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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Volume H Number 278 OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MAY 1. J906 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year .-


HAVE A RELISHOccasionally
TIME"The S. H. BLITCH Manager. J. C. BOOZER Ant Man.g....
"NOW IS THE A Dramatl Incident .( the
St>g* e>efc IB England la the Sire ofi'arsovte. GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller.
With Your Dinner. It TeateCBth .
It l Is doubtful if the soUiers) of
The first stagecoach between the two any
will make your meal twice as enjoy-
d able. .It will sharpen appetite.We capitals, London and Edinburgh appears II nation are braver than those of Russia.
your to have been started In 1G5S.: It City Electric Light Plant: It is related' of Field Marshal Paskie- The Strong Hold theCOMMERCIAL
have a fine stock of this line, and
ritch that In the of the of
ran once a fortnight, and the fare was course siege
can give you the but at a very moder- I "arsorie. being somewhat discommoded -
U. The time taken to the journey U
ate cost. not accurately known, but .bet ween will soon be ready to deliver by a hot fire from a certain battery, BANK '

York and London it was four days. he ordered it to be shelled but to no ,-

FOR EXAMPLE This lavish system of communication purpose His troops did not seem able
S electricity to all who desire to locate the and their shot had LA.
SWEET PICKLES was not, however, kept up as in 1.G3the enemy OCALA
coach ran between London and no effect. Finally the field marshal

INDIA RELISH Edinburgh once a month himself galloped forward and sternly
only takinga
the Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced Its
TARTAR SAUCE fortnight, if the weather was favorable same. commanded: by Large

BENGAL CHUTNEY to the journey. "What"imbecile Is In command herer"I and Increasing Business
In the days of stagecoaches people am. answered an officer who apreached. -
OLIVES, both Stuffed and PlainANCHOVIES sometimes clubbed together and hireda "Now is the Time"to > .

in Oil postchalse for their Journey as being "Well captain I shall degrade you,
quicker and less expensive and Scot- have your building wired. since you do not know your business. ::::::-.
tish newspapers occasionally contained Your sheila; have no effect r
I HARVEY SAUCE, ETC. advertisements ta the effect that a We have first-class workmen and True, sir but It Is "not my fault. That All Important Bath RoomYou t

person about to proceed to London The shells do not ignite.

GIVE US YOUR ORDER would be glad to bear of a fellow -adventurer" can do your work promptly. Please let "Tell that to others. Don't come tryIng have often heard people !"CIJ1arkIf I were wePss
to fool with such chaff. You
or two bent on the same me
journey to hhare the expense.In us make an estimate for you. will receive your punishment this even 4 ever to build I would plan

AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY. 1754; a heroic effort was made to ing." 4 my bath room first and would not put

Improve the London and Edinburgh I & ELECTRIC The captain coolly took a shell froma all into the
THE FLORIDA PLUMBING CO. my money parlor with aQ
coach. The Edinburgh Courant for pile near by. lit the fuse and, holdingIt

that year contained the following ad- in the palms of his hands, presentedIt its finery." That is good common sense ,
OCALA FURNITURE GO Phone J5. B. W. MacDONALD, Manager. I to the marshal saying
vertisement: The Edinburgh stagecoach I : r sentiment for the bath room u the most

for the better accommodation of "See for yourself, sir." important of all the household.

Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time, passengers, will be altered to a genteel -- -- The marshal, folding his arms across

two end glass coach being on steel TO THE VOTER his breast, stood looking at the smoking We would Eke to help you plan your

and When Needed. springs exceeding light and easy to The bottom layer shelL It was a solemn moment bath room and will gladly
go In ten days In summer and twelve Are you qualified? Both men stood motionless awaitingthe
Th. Question of Embalming and Funeral In winter to set out the first TuesdayIn Is your name on the registrationbooks of a box ofCANDIES result. Finally the fuse burned prices on ".Stovdird* Ware, the benawl

Directing is a Delicate One March and continue it from IloseaFastgate's I ? out, and the captain threw the shell to most sanitary fixtures made.
Is your poll tax paid? J
the ground.
Would not it be Best for Yon to En- the Coach and Horses in Do you ,'alueour manhood and "
Dean street Soho London, and from I sovereignty 1 "It's true remarked the marshal, R. E. YONGE & CO.

trust this Question! to Those who Appreciate John Somerville's in the Canongate, If so, see that you are qualified and turning away to consider other meas- ."
ures to silence the enemy's fire. v_
Edinburgh etc. Passengers to
pay as are Indeed a man among men. .
It's Delicacy and Whose Know- I usuaL Performed if God permits by I In the evening Instead of punishment "" .J

ledge is of the Highest Standard your dutiful servant, Hosea Eastgate. THE TEXAS WONDER the captain received the cross of ,

Chambers' Journal.IRELAND'S I Cures all Kidney. Bladder and Rheumatic the Order of St. Vladimir.

TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE troubles. Sold! by all druggists east.4ti bri s forth as maBjr THE
PROMPT ATTENTION RUINED CASTLES.The I or two months treatment by mail for a ? delidons morsels I IS ABSOLUTE ZERO.
81. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926, Olive street
Phone Ho. 10. Night 94 and 167 (St. Louis Mo. &nd'Tor testimonials. '
I I Green Isle I. IUch la These II and surprises The Line as rn-rarylmg: a. the Pointing
Ancient Landmark. of the Pole *_dle.The A Pleasant, Homelike House
SMITH &: HUBERTS Ocala Fla. I BANANA BRANDY 6$the top layer.T ,
Ireland is rich in castles and ruins. I I zero of absolute temperature has

One of the most ancient of these Is tbe I "We have Just put In another deli- long been indicated as a mysterious Elegant, Airy Rooms and the
cious fruit wine. It Is a banana brandy W. TROXLER. T
I Important in two The firstIs
Grianan of Aileach.a ruin that stands point ways k
and is of the finest drinks '
I one ever R
on the heights above the Swilly and the contraction of gases which In all very Choicest Table Board.
tasted. Be sure that you get a bottle
which was centuries ago the stronghold known gases operates uniformly as the
I I and try It. The Carmichael & Son Co.
of the northern princes temperature: is lowered. As long as Special Rates in Summer, to ,

I Around this fort battles I they retain the gaseous state gases
I fought Hosts swarmed over the ad- I I :::: /sr F.tUM. shrink in volume so uniformly with I Weekly and Monthly Board

t1-Ip'i' jacent bills or fled down the river and I Fine peanut seed for sale at Ty- ... each added degree of cold that an exact -
In those deadly engagements scenes dings & Company's drugstore Ocala :A : unvarying line of diminishing vol- e 'i 's -il erg.i .

were enacted that often cast a gloom Fla A regular communi- :' ume is established. This line is as unvarying i t + ;
1 over the whole country and wreckedthe I cation of Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, I' as the pointing of the needle to t ; : MRS. HATCHELL,

social life of Erin. TOILET ARTICLES I F. & A. M.. will be held in the temple. the north pole. It cannot be explainedany '\.
Tie greater thing in C Thursday : 3. I \- Proprietress.
evening. May more than the action of the needle .
As ,
England she You will
gained power strove find a full line of high grade "
the mend tt keep again and again to exert her Influenceover toilet articles at the Ocala News Co.. Visiting brothers cordially invited. can be explained. As every gas is OCALA FLORIDA

women jeuag Inking the sister Isle but warriors like consisting of perfumes and creams. Joke N. I. GottWeb. W. M. cooled, however, degree by degree it -

Strongbow spurned a "foreign" su- The ladles are particularly invited to Brown. Secretary. points unerringly by the law of diminishing -

It does this in a natural way. It premacy and when the battle went inspect this addition to the stock of proportions to a point at whichits
is DOt a cosmetic or artificial skin that company. The goods!' are from volume would be nothing. If the
against them found a safe retreat In
coating. It limply! clean the pores, the bogs the valleys and the hills of the of Detroit Colonial Mich:Manufacturing. among the Company best in I.I.O.O.F. r shrinkage continued, since the proportion HARDWARE anci PAINTS. .
gives' the blood free circulation that ( of loss of volume never varies the
lonely country only to sally forthto the land. a
wrinkles and insures I gas would shrink to nothingness. It
remove all a avenge themselves anew upon their
clear, healthy, well groomed skin. enemies. FOR SALK 1900 barrels of black Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F. could not do so, of course and all

Its frequent use from now will The rock of Cashel Dunluce castle paint In one barrel lots or carloads. meets every Tuesday evening In gases sooner or later fall out of the line E

and and many other spots were the centersof Made expressly for painting metal. Yonge's hall. C. I*. Blttinger. N. G. by becoming liquid, when the law : llI
keep you young looking good these fearful combats. ffshingle and Iron roofs; iron cars David A. Myers Secretary. ceases to operate and the proportion of ,

looking SOC and |l.oo per jar. The picturesque ruins of SlIgo abbey smoke stacks, structural iron work contraction In volume ceases to be the I ,

ship bottom etc. For prices, samples FOR RENT Nice furnished room. same. As long as they remain gases l t tCQpYgKR
Call store built
at Maurice
our by Fitzgerald in A. D.12"x3 .
etc. write to the Alcatraz Co. Rich- Rates reasonable. Apply to Mrs. J. however-and the law Is precisely the
for sample and the
more imposing proportions -
mond. Va. Kea. 24 North Spatula street. W.I same in all gases-they mechanicallypoint
of Donegal castle are silent witnesses -
AntiMonopoly their figurative fingers in one di
a progress that proceeded
rection and all these figurative fingers
in of these
steadily spite disturbances.Pearson's .
Indicate a point which is 461 degrees
Drugstore Weekly. below the zero of the Fahrenheit ther-
HEWITT & BRIDGESThe mometer.
Vital Heat of etretable.

It will be a novel thought to many

1 I that not only animals but vegetables Most Complete Line of the Best Known and Popular A Tricky Actor.
Lemaitre the French actor was! always -
I also generate of heat
a degree by
i Brands of Cigars head over heels in debt despite an ,
RemingtonHOST a their life processes. It has been obI -
enormous salary and was always kept
1 served that the sap of healthy trees Is
: not affected, as other liquids are. by DELICIOUS ICE CREAM FRESH CANDIES busy devising means by which he -
HOST COMPUTE could raise One evening an
money. WE HAVE
| frost; that the Inner parts of fibrous
S TTKWMTEJICQurruxT All Flavors And Confections hour before the curtain was to rise up-
HUE i plants are warmer than the air on coldI I

Ten:year ago was ago O d typewriterFive I I days, and that snow melts more rapidly Pure and Refreshing on a entered new play the a private well known office of pawnbroker the director - The Biggest Stock of Tools of all Kinds, Shelf Hard- .

:years ago wt a better typewriter at the foot of living trees than I FOUNTAIN DRINKS All the Late of the Theatre Francais. ware Fencing, Farm Implements, Stoves, Fire
around dead ones. Some vegetablesof I
is ,
Today the be typewriter I "Here is a pawn ticket for yon sir.
llMrckaiCt>.. their own accord grow warmer until All Kinds MAGAZINES AND PAPERS "For mer exclaimed the astonished Screens Wagons, Baggies, Doors, Sash and .,
.. ,
aMicanli 'au
midday and then cool off again as I
tn-celc the sun declines. The act of floweringhas I director." Blinds, Paints, Oils, Etc.
nlwlutsn "Yes monsieur. It Is for 20,000!
also been found to give rise to an flic' Place Is Next to Munroe & Chambliss, in the francs and I hold M. Lemaitre as se-

tn nltwlnw.. Increase of temperature. The stalk of Postoffice Block. curity. He cannot leave my place untilI TRY OUR GOODS AND NOTE OUR PRICES

imllshl.1slWhr. an Italian arum may have a daily In- have been paid.
crease of no less than 1H&( deg.-ees.
And the the
pawnbroker was telling
------- ------ --
.Iuhg.., .. i and the stalk of another plant has been truth. The director had to pay this T. W. SMITH & CO.
to known to be as warm as 100 degrees F. amount before he could get his star. ,

Lemaitre and the pawnbroker divided
I Some Brief Epitaphs. DRESS GOODSI the spoils. Ocala, Fla.UKJMENT -

lighted FrtetieIIIua The following are among the brief

Ur...... aea_ and curiouS epitaphs seen In European .
A Knlg-ht of the Middle Aires.Love
WIll, mere_.-I..t lit.Ifvw tlnn" Thai cemeteries: At Worcester England,
awr. over a departed auctioneer am offering -
and troubadours of the middle
..enrreb.n. bmtt t.last e nd.bard swvlse. i knights I -I
is Inscribed with a single word
the newest prettiest and ages. Ulrich von Uchtenstein a mediaeval
the United
Sent anywhere In States OB. -Gone." In Sussex the initials and date county ,
day/ test to It
ten prove superiority."Result. German cavalier loved a woman
Count a handsome book of ,of the death of the deceased followed -
are most:; complete stock of dress goods and dry Health is
valuable typewriter information, and I with all the intensity of a lunatic y
by two word, "He was. On .
of nearest bee
name representative
lie used hills and
of all kinds for and to roam over
upon request.O the monument of Charles the Great goods spring summer
REMINCTON-SHOLES valleys in quest of other knights, whom More Than
Majestic Building Chicago of Germany the brief Inscription Is wear, that has ever been shown in Ocala. be challenged to duels If they dared to r '
"Caralo Magno. The most remarkable
doubt that his Dulcinea was the fairest
Is at Cane Hill cemetery. Belfast, Come in and !see the good I can convince c3 .
of the fair. On one occasion he

called where for.the Inscription says "Left till you that you get better values from me than amputated one of his fingers and presented i. J'o'--AIlO'.S UseBALLARD'S

it to his patroness as a proof of shov,_
from house in the city.
any = :
the torture he could endure for her
Welsh Wedding Ca.tom.
sweet sake. And meanwhile his wife : KING
In the following quaintly formal let-
pined alone in her chateau In the for -:; -: -. -:-
: -
ter times the bid parents their friends of Welsh attend brides the some-wed- J. KLEIN: est. ;;. ;T; j SNOW THEM OP

ding and bid them also not to come I
Took Himself Off. : LINIMENT
empty handed: "Whatever donationyou ALL
Foote the comedian, was once threat-
be bestow will be 'I
may pleased to
Successor to Klein fe CampbellJEWEL ened with a whipping because be bad
received and
thankfully cheerfully repaid ,.1 AND
caricatured a certain man. lie apologized
whenever called for on a similar
.r fervently adding."hI'. I take
occasion. The parent i of the bride and will always hare pood health. What Is more to a man .
sometimes! And you
myself off slipping
bridegroom elect desire that all gifts than good health All the money in the world cant make'
Tsv Sru"c' due to them will be returned to themon through an opening In a fence be Illustrated happiness where health Is unknown. Ballard Scow U imetJtCURES
ill sr Puaace R the deed. Rheumatism Cuts Burns Sprains Neuralgia
the above date and will be thank-
THE PERFECTION CANOPY Sores Stiff Joints. Contracted Musdes. Lame
ful for all favors granted.
and all the IDs that Flesh is Heir to
for wood and iron beds and children'scribs An Ordinary Mortal. Back|

supplied with either bobinet of Coatala. the Alphabet. "Engaged? Why he seemed quitE t
plain netting. For sale by Mclver tit There Is a verse In the Bible which I have a handsome and complete stock of beautiful and broken hearted when the other girl refused One Who Knows.

MacKay. contains every letter In the alphabet modem Jewelry in Watches of all kinds ana prices him." G. Scott Salt Lake City. Utah writes; U cannot .

and it is said there Is only one such.It "Well, he's like the average man. II tooJ. highly praise your BaJlard's Snow Liniment for
Demands Broaches Chains Fobs Fraternity
wasn't long before be was looking foi rheumatism caused sadden
= Is the twenty-first Terse of the sev.enth the relief of acute by change
MONTHS chapter of Ezra and reads And Pins Charms etc. An exceptionally fine line of Cut a consolation prize." and exposure to tho weather. I also recommend your

GUARANTEE I. even I. Artaxerxes. the king do Glass at living prices. Fine China, heavy warranted Itallara's Horehound Syrup all for coughs and colds.
These used together defy pain.
hol_ No more make a decree to all the treasurers Plate and Silver Table Ware. Silver Properly Defined.
Aaalnst Sterling Sterling
Urntn* If you buy which are beyond the river that what- Purchaser When you sold me this GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes 25c, SOc, $1.00

l'DleRraaPtDsi2ryi\ soever Ezra the priest, the scribe of Novelties and Toilet Articles. Edison Phonographs and horse you said he was without faults.

the law of the God of heaven shall re Records, Fountain Pens, etc, etc. Watch repairing a Now I find he's lame. Horse Dealer:
\ fault It's an af Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
Well lameness ain't a ;
of It be done speedily.
quire you specialty. Prices are moderate and goods are guaranteed.
colors.FJT faction
AH the popular
Men; Worsted 500-502 North Second Street
:;A in lots oi Qalte SavlBK."I p
1 k 6>puntysr fi.50;Cotton wish I were a LIght watchman. The most cultivated minds are usually t ST. LOUIS MISSOURI.\
,*pairs foX$1.50. the most patient, most clear, most ,
For Ladies; Egyptian Cotton six pain rationally progressive most studious
all and
for $i-ou. A fuarantte tuJut wittx could sleep day save my of la details. James Marti-
.-l Mm. S board and work all night and save inylodging.

sot u..a nMeFISHEL ."Cleveland Leader. "THE JEWELER" neat Sold and Recommended by

Baseball goods of an kinds at I The choicest Ice cream can be had The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore
Ocala] Fla. Ocala News Co. A tall stock en 1 and MERCHANTS' BLOCK by telephonIng to Hewett and Bridges.i




I II mportant Business Attended to at .

C. L. BITTINGER &. CO. This Morning's MeetingThe
City Improvement Society met ]President T. T. MUXROE.
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll at Yonge's Hall this morning at 10 "- .

o'clock and was most ably presided VIce President. Z. C. CHAMBLISS.
Proprietors and Publisher We work for the interest of our
over, by the vice president. :Mrs.V11-
1 lam Hocker. Mrs. Stovall acted as I Cashier. J. B. BROOKS.CENTRAL.
C. L. BITTINGER, work for '
customers and they ours. ecretary.
Editor and General ManagerR. The meeting was not as largely at-
\ t ended as was anticipated but It was

R. CARROLL a L most enthusiastic one and a great
leal of business was transacted.The .
City Editor and Business Manag.r.AMONG MUNROE & CHAMBLISS society accepted with great reu'tance NATIONAL BANK

1 the resignation of the president -

THE GARDENS AND Mrs. Richard McConathy. who
BANKERS rill not be able to serve as an officer
Hit will give her hearty co-operation
i n all the work of the association.Mrs. OF OCALA.
Friday last we started out from the
T. T. Monroe was then elected
hospitable home of Mr. and :Mrs. Will I>y acclamation to fill the vacant chair.
Hopkiny to Inspect the fish net in Chitty of near Fleming-ton. He was as I The reports made by the different

Orange Lake which furnish the family busy as usual. CALA HOUSE CAfE ommittees: were encouraging. The J. K. CHRISTIAN. GEORGE JIACKAT.Z. .
At Flemington we met a whole -
treasurer: Mrs. D. M. Smith turned
and neighborhood in fresh fish. DIRECTORS T. T. MtTXROE C. CHAMBLJSS.
Next winter parties are coming from candidate for iiwinty commissioner hat a great deal more had been prom- IIERBKRT A. FORD. It. s. IIALX

New York to spend the winter at the w/ ith Mr. Smoak and Mr.Dickinson the I sed. .
The dining room of the Ocala House t.
who had just sold
turpentine operator The following ward vice presidents
Palm and win/ put two naptha launches his 3000 acre farm to the McDonalds.We will be kept open through the summer were" appointed by the chair:
in the lake and with a third be- and known as th. Ocala House Cafe.
to Mrs. Gray
paid our respects
First Ward-Mrs. E. L. Carney
t-ngln to Mr. Hopkins there will be the successful merchant and then hastened The cafe will be a la carte but a spe-
rhairman. Mrs. G. T. Maughs. Mrs. O.
foreigi rare sport. We inspected Mr. cial rate will be made to regular
on to Irvine, where we landed at F. Green. Mrs. C. R. Tjrdings Mrs.
H'a. garden. It is a fine one and Will boarders by the week. The usual and
7 and received: a cordial welcome -
p. m. Jake Brown. Mrs Strauss :Mrs. John MVER AND MacKAY
now give notice to every pumpkin : from Will J. Edwards exmayorof well/ known excellence of the Ocala Robertson. Miss Izlar.
grower In Marian that House dining room will be maintained
county he ro- Ocala, but now a factor In the tur- Second -ard-1Irs. D.V.. Davis
poses to win the $10 prize that the entine business. Here we found Drew and the public Is: assured of the best 4 chairman; Mrs. Clarkson. Mrs. R. L.
O. K. Grocery I IK offering for the Largest Mathews and Kirk Mixson with Lon there Is for the table. For weekly Anderson. Mrs. Clarence Camp. :Mrs. / ,
pumpkin in Marlon. Will rates and further particulars call on
K. Edwards, Will Edward's brother R. A. Burford. Mrs. Charles Rheln-
had one bit season that write C .M. Whitesides!' Manager.
pulled the or
end in turpentine and crate
!' partner auer Mrs. Holder Mrs. C. L. Bittin-
beam at 12* pounds and this season he mill business. Creature comforts we ger, Mrs. Ed Carmichael Misses Lou Build Complete .
hopes to hare one that will weigh 150 enjoyed at the home of :Mr. Lon Bdir&rda GONE TO BRAIDENTOWN Gamsby and Sara Harris.
Jamnd aDd bas "\ ead'y built. bi. ,1'Utn- Cottages
Third W'a.1'd-rs. Groves chairman.
hklit bAd The Palms that 32r. and RtOOK lotfx al ne 1yn' V. Lkgman; and tree':: edit
In the morning a SSte.SstrrluZ
Ira :al.\aT, bra. "Roobma,
1 ajacJ Rasitfeacss 21d Ft 'sis& Thczm
3rrwr soccwpy. aces bcct: iT 'mtft, formerly tfte sastecs"' trot >n >ten '1.>:nI::I>>1> MvaI maas macttee, Hnr : bra rED a by:, .6m. 'J;. s
Mrs. If*. father. CapC in left today via the Seaboard -
Keep 1874 years practically rebuilt. It is without E. P. Moody, Edwards, Miss Weathers'
who eame alt th. way from the High of Ibe- best plants In the for Braidentown on the Manatee -
question; one Fourth. 'ard-llrs. H. L. Anderson
waters of Louisiana to found a new state and Is doing a big business. Everything river, where Mrs. Hyman has teas chairman. Mrs. G. K. Robinson, Mrs From Cellar to Garret with Every-
home and shortly after Cot DuP : is up-to-date and on the ed the hotel St. James and purchased Delouest. Mrs. Carmichael Mrs.
who has cross.the river for all time, .move from S a. m. until dark. Mr. E. ': Mrs. E. V. Shlpman's interest in the Strunk. Mrs. Cleveland Mrs. Welhe. .

and Mr. Frank Sampson: the largest< L. Wartmann I If interested with the same, and will conduct It as a hotel The following/ gentlemen were electEd thing Needed be it an Humble
orange grove owner in Marion at this Edwards Brothers in the crate mill. 'under the same name. This family as an advisory board: ,
date joined Capt. Keep and to the will be greatly missed from Ocala.
up The turpentine still and quarters of j first Ward-Mr. Jake Brown.
time of the fre l *** of 1944-02 made the I r the Edwards Brothers are the equal. of Miss Lou Moody will go down Second Ward-Mr. Chambliss. Cottage or Palatial Home.
"Palms' famous for as fine orangegrove the best in Florida, and are turning out 'I day to join her mother and Third -ard-Yr. E. K. Nelson.
as ever the sun may glow on. I spirits and resin that bring the topnotch removing from out city the last Fourth Ward-Mr. H. L. Anderson.An .
Among the curotottles of Will Hopkin's in prices. It looks as if these ber of one of the largest and encouraging letter was read from
place Is his dr..vt of crossed ducks boys hate a fortune in sight. families in the county. The the officials of the Atlantic Coast Line Build and Equip Deep Wells Sunk -
'It' from a Mallard 'o a wild duck on the Drew Mathews and Kirk Mixson run Moody :Mrs. Moody's relative to making a beautiful little II

take. vitt rhlcH. hie.."",...QroQftse,. to nrcritaccong c.>>It ectimmkasnfy ::;p.---::_ <"" <::- Mrs. Hyman's father,.e-. moved park; on the vacant lot opposite the<::Stftres.. Churches, School Houses Court Any size or to any depth desired.

: :>>> 2g9ZSi i s> 1941 <;>>>?'Lpyavt yy" >}#> ?3 ADD Ri'- $ tc&4ba.lCme.Cfieeamct.. : iir sc ". ,. ..... ...--.. , ?r< <........ "'- c >> ":> '%,. ..... <( sr ...
came Birton Keep son of he Q ia fetal. ]j f teen 1)n ehtldren. Re kavei the commUH- 1)7) street and san\talfon -\ <
pioneer -tU r of this section of OrjJuge I The other" stole at Irvine( belongs to|f whereabouts ol atac or den t 5 y;>irssa CacLsteac: ..a.a.c2EqUL9
ta \
t who/ wilt begin wclc ttifir respective S>>1 ri as d !raisn Z' !: tt Z:, etG. J. OCKE?
Lake. He bas a 2acre grove and his 1 Gatrell and Smoak of Fairfield atviiMr the boys being scattered over this andj departments.Mesdames .

crop this season will be large. Ve! Gibson one of the original Florid- other states and the others have been R. L. Anderson, H. C. Phosphate Plants of any size, and a (gympetent and skilled corps of of workmen always
found him making Van baskets and gathered to their fnal home. It is sad to
is in '
lans, charge.
Grove and M. H. Sto ail were/ appointed -
deploring the scarcity of labor to work Irvin els the home of Mr. McAllis think of a family residing in a com- by the chair to confer with the plete stock' of rlpair parts for same always ready to take charge of work.

the grove. In M"_ Keep we found avery ter. the sawmill man and within/ sightis munity so long leaving and seeking a city council in regard to the enforce- carried in stock.

..... agreeable gentleman. Mr. K. has the home of the political sage and new location. The Star wishes them ment of the impounding law and to Builder's Material
a fine herd ot; mixed Jersey cows for economic philosopher' of that whole well in their new home and business. have an ordinance passed prohibitingthe
sale. :Mr. K. induces! as a side issu? in section Dixon Irvine. Mr. Hyman travels from Tampa, wherehe Build Bridges
of debris and
dumping garbage We at all times immense stock of
quite an array of bees and loaded us Lest we forget we wish to say that is Interested in one of the big cigar the vacant lots within the city limits carry an

with a box "of honey which we desireto the handsomest house yard we saw in factories, and will be nearer home. and in sight of our beautiful drive- And in fact do any and all kinds of conBuilder's Material, Lime, Brick, Plaster,
say was h a.p good that day's travel was at the home of The St. James Hotel has been a very

On our return to the station we Mrs. Leitner; near Flemington. Rosesto topujar; hotel, both for tourists and ways.Mrs. D. M. Smith was appointed to struction work. Repairs and changes on Shingles, Lath, Paints, Oils Roofing
came, across Mr. W. A. Greer, one of make the mallens of the country traveling men and it will lose nothingof see whether or not the vacant lots
the old time oransre: growers and truckers blush, and so fragrant that it was indeed its prestige under Mrs. Hyman's next to the Benjamin property between all kinds of buildings. .Cement Sewer Pipe, etc.

who remarked that the season had sweet incense to mortal man. management. / Oklawaha and Fort King aven-
('(alt kindly with him on his lettuce and Conductor Carter Is on the Fairfield ues could be purchased which will be
bean output. Mr. Greer pays some attention and Sampson City run on the G. & G. JACKSON WADE used as a central" park. Send us your orders. We carry by far the largest, best and most varied stock in Central -

to raising mules and has s"v- n. R. lie is pleasantly remembered as motion to adjourn
No further business ,a -
cral beauties which will bring him a proprietor of the Fair ere Mr. Webb Mr. Myron D. Jackson and Miss Cal- was carried. Florida, and our business methods will please you.

good price on the market. purchased it. He Is very popular with I'' lie Wade of this city were married
We gave the glad hand to Merchant the traveling public. this afternoon at 4 o'clock by Rev. C. Yours for a Prosperous Year,
MCAuley at Boardman, who Is dewily Mr. Brockman is the popular railroad I C. Carroll, at the latter's residence.Mr. ANNUAL RALLY DAY
interested in hui'ding' a Presbyterian cgent at Irvine. I : Jackson is with the Singer Sew- The first Sunday In May of each

church at McIntosh and which the elders On our way to Fairfield we saw a I ing Machine Company and is the pop- year has been sat apart by the Ep- NrcIVER & lVIacKA Y
,-determined the night before splendid field of oats, which would be i ular young son of Mr. and Mrs. I*. W. worth League Board 'of the :M. E.
should be built. They have a thousand difficult to duplicate l in Marion while Jackson who recently moved to church. South as an armual rally and ,

'dollars in the treasury and juo- M L. Payne said he had 25 acres In I Gainesville. Miss Wade is a beautiful anniversary day for the Epworth Contractors, Builders and Furniture Dealers
pose to raise another thousand and long and short staple cotton which was 'young lady and was raised In Ocala. Leagues throughout Southern Method- .
erect a neat edifice that will be a creditto too good for the Queen of Sheba to I She is a lovable girl and has many ism. The first Sunday Is known and
McIntosh which already boasts of look at. friends here. She made her home with observed throughout the church as Ep-
three fine church buildings :Methodist We could go on for a week but for I her grandmother, Mrs. Ida M. Evans, worth League Day. The Ocala Senior STROBHAR o-<>--<>-OOOI -
Christian and Baptist. Mr. Harkness, now enough only to say that report I as her parents are dead. and Junior Leagues will hold a joint 0
H. to the Sheriff and Was
the railroad' agent, is a pleasant gentleman has it that Bittinger will run like a'' rally service at 7:30 Sunday evening.A Reported Released

and started! us on our Journey: scared' rabbit in some' of the sections' HEALTHY PLANTS cordial Invitation to attend the ser Promptly }
with good wishes. We must not forgetJ. sI..okeri of. vice-Is extended to all friends and' the Gainesville, :May 1.-J. N. Strobhar, ,
II. Reed whs is making .success general public. An interesting program who is charged with embezzling funds
the Most Careful Attention
along all lines vegetable raising anda Require a* will be rendered. Rev. Frederick from the Atlantic Coast Line railroad

firm, believer in extensive farming, THE DAY CURRENTThe Well as Good Soil Pasco D. president of the Florida while agent In this city arrived here
making 150 bushels of corn on rich Did you ever see a rosebush which State Epworth League and editor of yesterday from Atlanta where he has JEWELRY WATCHES DIAMONDS
Orange Lake soil. matter of putting on a day or despite the most" beneficent environ- the Florida Christian Advocate, will I been on trial on a similar charge. He I ,
continuous electric current will be presented ment of soil of sunshine and of atmosphere I
One of, the incidents of our trip into deliver an address especially for the immediately reported to Sheriff Fennel -
the groves east of the depot at Board to the city council tonight and seemed never to achieve a young people. Everyone should hear I 1. who had two warrants for his arrest -

man was to be confronted with a: the citizens who have been workingthe healthy growth.A Dr. Pasco. Full program will be pub charging him with embezzlementof
matter feel that they have secured ton of manure will not help a before
locked gate kept 10 to prevent persons lished. S7SOO. :Mr. Strobhar was taken -
who had no business inside from bringing pledges of enough business to justify plant that has a canker eating out its Justice Coleman who released
::the'white fly along with them. We the city council! in ordering!: a continuous heart. him on bond for his appearance next i
current at once. You must destroy the cause before HAVE in the store just now one of
gave the pass word and the gate swung J. E. CHACE Thursday when tile preliminary examination I WE ,
can remove the effect. will be held. stocks of CUT
open, of course and incidentally remarked you the most complete

to the keeper that there were TO NUMBER AND NAME STREETSThe You cannot cure Dandruff and Bald- DENTAL SURGEON GLASS, CHINA, WATCH .DIAMODS 'f

no flies on us. matter of having the streets and ness by in rubbing vaseline on lotions and T. P. A. GALA WEEK and JEWELRY of all kinds that a Florida
From Boardman to llickman station rubbing
avenues of Ocala properly numberedand You must look to the cause of the Office Commercial Bank b! store has ever earned We have a complete
was/ over a beautiful rolling country named and have the houses prop- Upstairs, Bid's Low Rates to Savannah Via the Atlantic i
all under cultivation and with its erly and systematically numbered will trouble--it's the germ at the roots of i Coast Line b stock of musical instruments and sheet

flourishing orange groves and green be brought to the attention of the city your hair which causes it to fall out. OCALA, FLA. On account of the above occasionthe I music. Japanese goods of all kinds, fine umbrellas -

truck patches was a sight to behold. ('ouncll-tonight. It is becoming a necessity Xewbro's Herpicide destroys the Atlantic Coast Line will sell tick- 6 fine stationery, etc. Examine the
Among those who have spent 20 years to have this work/ done and germ and healthy hair is the sure re- ets to Savannah. Ga. from all pointson stock show the
it is a pleasure to goods.
Terms Cash. b ,
in the orange industry and who leads done with some system. It never was sult.Sold its line 1 In Georgia Alabama and
all others in excellence in application done right anl the town has grown by leading druggists. Send lOc. from points in Florida north of and I
and results, is genial Jefferson Davis and changed FO since even that was In stamps for sample to the Herpicide including Jacksonville Lake City, LiveOak.
Price who/ has the wisdom of the owl done a sto make the old work less than Co. Detroit. Mich.: Tydings & Co. : and River Junction, on May 13. y
the),unoffending grace of the don in his usrles All cities where/ free delivery special agents, Ocala, Fla. 14 and 15 and from points south there- o

makeup and all who come within the systems are in vogue are required to THE of May 14 and IS, 1906 at the rate of
rhdience" of his geniality keep Bill Allen have this work done. Ocala is sleep- CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES one fare plus 25 cents for round trip;

company.We ing ori her rights. Judge W. S. Bullock opened the Y- (minimum rate fifty cents). Final t MUSIC COMPANY
wish to remark at the improved spring term of the circuit court in the J JEWELER[ [ [ limit of all tickets :May 19. 1906. OCALA ,
state of affairs> along all lines of court house at 9 clock this morning.All prior to midnight of which passengers JEWELERS.
business and none that shows greater R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK. of the morning was/ consumed in i must reach original starting point.
recuperation that the sale of real ?
es- For further information see
drawing the grand jury and the petit : your f
tate. There time when all Carries Stock of
a Complete ticket agent.The
FULLER & BLALOCK jury for the first week of court The
classes of men lay awake nights to ? ,
following gentlemen comprise the 4
wonder/ where th
come from you couldn't give real judge's able charge, retired to the the Cemetery Improvement Society

ctate4away. Now everybody seems to grand jury room to transact the big PINS, DIAMONDS, will begin Thursday morning In "I:-
have Office Over Monroe &: Cbambliss' Bank
money and wben they have a bar- "
Mrs. Chace and Mrs. Todd
-- ---
volume of business that will/ come be- gal row
gain to offer it is taken at ,
up once.P.ealty OCALA FLA. fore them and examine the many witnesses were as busy as bees arranging a wagon SCHOOL PICNIC A HUMOROUS AND DARING
is the last thing to rise after CHARMS FOBS oad of useful articles this morning.
who will come before the body. WEST
any great depression. The sale of theI I
Grand JuryJ. CHAINS CUT GLASS Saturday. May IX there will be a -
D. Stokes properly and that of R. Terms Casfi.MdYER ,
Dalgree during the past week J. Knoblock. J. N. :MarShall E. J. I The :Marion Baptist Association Sunday school picnic at Secklngers The Arteooa Nights' stories by
\ point and clearly show the financial Johnson. J. S. Driggers. J. L. Whisen- meeting held across! the river drew a Grove, west of MarteL It will be giv- Steward Hdwart White which are Sjpfreartog -
*standing of the ant J. M. Blair J. L. Perry. L. H. LADIES' UMBRELLAS, big crowd. the largest seen for years. en under the auspices of the :Martei ia McCrore'ft. have all been

jf We came mg-os community.; Mr. in his & MACKAY Lang. C. W. Waters, E. L. Howell a. Rev. C. C. Carroll pastor of the Ocala Sunday school and all of the candidates vastly entertaining bat this latest OM.Cyetoo .
droppingcorn: between of beans. E. Civils. J. H. J. Counts. J. T. Jones.J. Baptist church preached a fine ser- are Invited. Mr. Bryan, with Bills Tarn," in the Mar

.. Randolph Brown, a successful rows farmer S. Burke, J. A. Campbell. M. L. Mc- -AndSOUVENIR- mon which claimed the attention of the :Martel Lumber Company will be munfcer. Ie certainly the funniest and
lettuce Quaig Jesse LovelU R. D. Jones. the audience. Then followed a sumptuous master of ceremonies." A big crowd Is tile BOOM active of the lot. "God Men
missed but grower and trucker, we FUNERAL DIRECTORS Mr. Louis E. Lang was chosen fore- CARDS. dinner. A businses meeting. expected.All the Irish and let the Dutch Rustle."
ran Mr. Tucker
across and
Mr.:J. F. Cameron, who know that thethe Undertakers and EmbalmersD. man of the grand jury. which/ designated the fifth Sunday In remarks OToole. the Terror of Cyanide -
Clerk S. T. Sistrunk. Sheriff Henry the date the next meeting
Star Is July as or to the underfed Dutch bartender -
a good club members of the Ocala
Mr. Palmer Institution.Ratteree's We farm discovered E. MciVER M. G. BROWN Gordon and Acting State Attorney Ed All Kinds of Repairing. and Fort King Baptist church the Pressing Club who have phones will ; and instead of the miniature Bull
W. Davis were all in attendance upon followed. Those present not already -
place the Dutchman's smile disturtw
Run only -
the owner wile in Ocala subscrib-I Undertakers please phone :No. 167 when clothes are
the court. The docket is lighter than mentioned were City AttorneyT. I
the refectory. But "the Dutch
lngfor the Star. Alfred Ayer's farm ready. An calls answered promptly.J.
was yiewed,. but tha young manager. i: Fine Caskets and Burial RobesAll usual this year.IMPORTANT E. Bigg, candidate for the legislature. F. Williamson 'Manager. Rustles," a* anyone may read toy
Clifford Ayer was evidently across the Y OVALAFLA T. E. Herring. Emanuel Martin I 1 mean .f a gold mine in the sky a corner -
lake I I TO Jesse Lv Smoak sad Isaac Stevens. in angular horse and CycloneBill'
fishing. Mr. Ayer has an Ideal Work Done by Licensed Embalmers -
EPWORTH LEAGUERSAll bad habit of making gesture
stock '
farm is
bridging it under cultivation and
and is building fine fencing Fully Guaranteed. members of the Senior Epworth There will be an educational rany at 0. K. GROCERY with a gun.AG1'TS.

around the same. League are requested to be present at Flemington Thurs-lay< and Mr. W. D.

We lined up a few at Geiger postof- the church Wednesday evening at SAMPLE SHOES I Cam. county superintendent will be WA8aD Francisco
fice The farmer storekeeper and THE HERMITAGE ii.30 p. m. to practice for the Rally present and mak an address.! Mr. J. E. W. Have New Goods Arriving Daily Earthquake Disaster; thousands killed -

trucker, W. W. Geiger was absent in l.'ay Service. It is hoped that all will -AND- Morris is the teacher at that place. and can Tempt the Most Delicate and injured. $ttM..0 worth of

lll anopy, but his rplendkl wife for- DAIRYFresh come early and attend prayer meet- property deatr yed. Full and authentic -
merly a Miss Carter one of "Uncle ing. Every leaguer is needed in the SECOND-HAND SHOESFOR Allen Stevens of the Sparr section Appetite story told by survivors and eye
Mate" and Pure Milk and Cream Delivered ractice. Please come. was in town yesterday with his little wftnesEe! Largest and best book
Carter's fine daughters" gave us MEN. Star Force..... ... ... ... .....
a cordial welcome and supplied Geo. L. Taylor. President. daughter, and made, the a pleasant beet iltatrmted; M per cent. profit to
with an afternoon lunch:: and horse us Every Morning at Your As good as new and at great call. He is registration officer for Puffed Rice in bulk per quart....ic agents. Freight paid. Ore t given.

feed; Mr. Luther Geiger was DoorPHONE his district and Brought the book In. Fresh Mackerel.. H_ ...10 am lie Outfits free. Send four 2-oent stamp<<
corn but was/ glad to see us. :Mr. Sam 150 bargains. A $4 pair of men'sshoes He said Sparr was solid for Wartmann. Prunes (very fancy).... lieu 2 for 2c for postage. Address Cooper & Co.,

Geiger was/ in Mlcanopy with vegetables CASTORIAFor 52-50; $3 pair for $1.5010 with Bittinger a close second. Evaporated Apples per Ib..H ....lie 1S4 Lake Street. Chicago. HI

their as better were halves the Drehers, who said but they we saw had" D. A. Fort. C. A. Fort. Infants and Children. $1.75, and they are just as goodas Mr. J. :M. Bryan of Martel returned Seeded Raisins ..H'..15e, 2 tor tic BARGAIN IN REAL ESTATE

heard, about the "!liter of the Star, as You Hue you would get for $3 to $4.50 yesterday from Palatka.! where be went Currants.... ..... .. .H Ite, 2 fer lie ICO acres of tend, a good -room

the' Star is to be found in every home FORT'S BARBER SHOP The Kind Always BoughtBears else>here All kinds of shoes Saturday to visit. his mother and re- Sliced" Ham In cans... ... ........2c |. house stable barn chicken house and

. In that section. :Mr. Howell Jr. was turn home with h"rr. Sliced Beef In Jars.. ... ..15 and %Ie I outer small oct-hensea1 necessary to
at home. He had lust sold!' his pea and (-o. 28.) the made and repaired, rubber heels the farm; 44 acres: of the land cleared
Boneless Pigs Feet In cans .....lie
bean: :crops and sot; good returns for 5ignatureofSplendid and soles All goods and S. A. Davis,, one of the reliable attaches H and In cultivation 1M acres has a
the same He wa at ease with himself Xorth :Magnolia Street. put on. of the Martel, Lumber Company Fresh Cakes and Crackers I world of good fire wood and some good

and_the rest of the wofirld. lie8.JtOUfedhe First class barber's work: all work fully guaranteed. Give was In the city today. He saida Ginger Snaps In barrels.. .._ ....tic tie timber. Owner non-resident and -
: candidate that he was' almost,5bolid" lot on Oklawaha avenue and great revival meeting was going on wants to MIl at once. More than
corner and work a trial
my goods you Nabiscoe. .... ... ... 19c and tae
in that neck of the woods. of all kinds neatly quickly front of the Standley residence: at Martel and that everybody was get- H enough woad to pay for place. Prig".
We raft,Mr. Zetrouer who supplies 103 feet east and west on the avenue will be more than pleased. ting good. Cheese Sandwich..l e dy $4'". For sale by Ditto & Ma-
thatVoantry with treat He had over [and skillfully executed. Satisfaction by 100 feet north and south; fine shade Pound Cake. leney.

800 crates of peas to the good, and guaranteed. Give us etc. To be sold at very low price at A. M. POOR STRAYED DONKEY will pay a Butter Thins. __ ____
with his late bean returns wore a J. once. Ditto & Maloney. liberal reward for the return of a little I A new line of the popular Macy-
Pierpont Morgan !'mlle. trial. Montezuma Block female donkey strayed or stolen from Vanila Wafers. Warnock sectional book-cave and filing -

We had the pleasure of shaking Ticket Good for Eight Shaves, $1. Phene your Items of news any time place on or about April 15 R. B. cabinets has Just been receivedat
bands; with our old time friend. Martin Cash in Advance of the day or evening!: jto 51, 121 or %65. Opposite Tydings A C*. Clark Rocic Springs. Fla. CLARK BROTHERS Proprietors. Mclver & MacKayPAGE -*

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:Masons meet Thursday night. _

MEN'S FURNISHINGS It WM be the Largest ManufacturingFirm
Masons meet this evening.
in This Section of the .
: -
Telephone 32C for Ice cream. Ilew- State . ;
ett and Bridges.Mr. \1j :
One of the largest business enterprises .
that has ever been organisedin UF
POPULAR PRICESAT W. D. Mathews of Flenttagton Ocala
and probably the most important
was In the city today and made the ,
has :
Jut been closed sp la \ .
Star a pleasant eaB. this .
city. This is the Ocala IronWorks ,.
with a capital stock of $ ".- 'l .,/ -
Cocoanut bon bons It cents per ..... This' organization has been ma- '

pound at the Variety Store. terialising for the part two or three / .

months but the gentlemen at the head \-
Mr. Pratt of Leesburg. son of Editor of It only gave the newspaper men of '*

RHE I NAUER'.SNOTICE Pratt of the Commercial, wa in the the city permission today to use the :: -&g5&'

city today and paid us a visit. item as news. The new company takes ,;

over the Ocala Foundry and Machine / ... . sf
Go to the Ocala News Co. and geta Works, which was organized hereabout & $" * ", '. '. r
Zinn safety razor. The best yet.Mrs. fifteen years ago. and capital- "- :

TO LAUNDRY CUSTOMERS ized *W.i8.eot. The incorporatorswere -: \ '-' \>.TV...-.;,**. '.Hr,XLz.r:.' ,.;.f.: .'" :,.&% -' .- j j .
Wilson C. -
Wells and daughter. :Miss Net Rh@oinaaer. M. =.. ':- '
tie Wells of Xenia Ohio Mrs. Stater's FIsheL F. A. Gardner. D. H Irvine A. ;' : .'.?.::....: :.: :: I I I7.

THE BARGAIN sister and niece, who have beefu the E. Detooest S. R. Birdsey and William .. .
PRICES that have been in Force for the Past few Months :lxi r t
will %be Withdrawn Saturday night, April 28th, and the Former Prices Sub- guests' for several! months of Mr. Shu- Fox. and later on :)11"0.. W. Harrfeon. : .:- : Acts G ie"tlyy ;

stituted, Beginning Monday Morning, April 30th.The ey, left today for home. the present owner of the majority of --'.. ,> :; \: .-
the "
stock bought the business. The .

Telephone 326 for Ice cream candies foundry was recently moved across FY> -00: ; \ f Ad.s easahtv :

Ocala Steam- Laundry and. fruits. Hewett and Bridges. the street from a leased site! to its own __" :{
block one of the best located Iota tn I
Acis .Be.
;, ; : :- :;
? .
the city for this : :
and that .
purpose one
) : ,.
Today the candidates are at BUtch- I.-.. . :\.

ton.Dcnnellon.Thursday night they will speakat and When has future ample the foundry needs room for of was the both new moved the company.,present large, 'S-S" > ;2. ti"r'' ._ :;! I cis {r\1lyas a. laxa.hve".

The Waterman Self-Filling rn s.l* well constructed and splendidly arranged '( ;; ,r :; : ::';' Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the ,

and warranted by the Postoffice Drug- buildings were erected. and a f '"j/r:4V' "; ,i well-informed and to the healthy, because its
track was laid into the buildings front .. '*'
: "
4 ; > store. the A. C. L. Ry's. main line. = ; ,:--:_, \ component parts are simple and wholesome

The incorporators of the Ocala IronWorks S'i"'V' .:.: ': :ib and because .it acts without disturbing the
Mr. C. I. Grace in the today .4' . "'":
I city .'
was -
are: S. C. McLannahan HoU- :} ,- "'.; .- ., ._') natural functions, as it is wholly free from
and went on to Newberry to / "
.hV..W "WHAT?" look at a sawmill location which ho day.burg. Pa.: Edward Holder Ocala; ; > c? every objectionable quality or substance. In
IIelver & MacKay. Ocala John
L In-
expects to buy.Automobile Itll". Rockwell; Clark and:Ray Mart:: ; / ..... ../. : ": '}r. !r f-g the process of manufacturing figs are used, as

'M13 MASTERS VOICT- T. T. Munrop. Ocala; Z. C. ChambI.... . . r- i-- = !/- \ they are pleasant to the taste, but the medidf

THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE rm-n. women. and, children at Gadson'sBazar. Chaial. Ocala: Chas. S. Culled Ocala; :;.. ;: ':-:'-:. ; .. :e. lt.; ; t. an excellent combination of plants known to

Pavid Hardaker.Woodrow Mart l; .II.Ocala B. ;Clarkson.Oenia Arthur! \""".'.,.:,",..-A'..- .. -' .-.".': .r . .;..',. be medicinally laxative and to act most bene-

Capt. J. B. Webb of the Standard : =;\'t -.J. ,,; ........t. ficiall To get its beneficial effects-buy
It is the machine that will the most " .-.d ;
give you Lime Company Kendrick has given This list of is \ \0. the the
names enough to assure ' J- genUIne-manufactured by
% : tr
Treasurer!! T. T. Munroe $30 for the K \) : : ; /
the of
success ;
pleasure at the least cost for the longest time. any J\
relief of sufferers. :
the San Francisco matter how large. A better list of
s ag? _
stockholders could not be found. The '

Ladies' Waists, the prettiest and following named gentlemen are slated v> .
WHY ? I most up-to-date styles at Gadson's for the different offices: Mr. George @

. Bazar. I, MacKay, president!! ; Mr. T. T. Munroe Fdllll ll l >YRVPouisville ]

Because you cannot go to the Opera, but treasurer: Mr. Harry Clarkson!:!; who 0r

F. B. Beckham who spent the larger has handed in his resignation as general -
part of April at his commissary at manager of the Marion Hardware SAID, Francisco cL.
THE OPERA CAN COME TO YOU Xewberry, returned home Saturday.Our Company. as general manager. Mr. ; L:. tyi l'teWY ork,n.Y.
Clarkson is one of the bet posted and '. ?
,'Z-- :_ For sate ty aO leading CrnjEiEti. fA Ors 'na1 package only lieaiiBC the faIl
in the form of an indestructible record, and line of toilet soaps perfumes and moot in thoroughly practical hardwaremen c.-_'./ Lame of tie Compaay.vssssjVs7yssssssvss7ss. .
is Florida and will make this big
cosmetics unsurpassed. Tydings &
will be with you long after the opera has Company.Mr. comr.auan ideal manager. He is a
genial popular gentleman and is ev-

\ :,, ased to be staged. You can always E. If. Carney .the popular county erybody's friend.
:: ,- Mr. McCIannahan is a member of
tax collector after finishing the delin-
I I the: firm of :McLannahan: & Stone of I ---- --_ --. ----.-- .
--- --
HEAR WHAT PLEASES YOU MOST quent tax list for the Star has come --- -- --- - -
lolidaysburg.[ Pa., who manufacturemost
'out of his "hiding place, and can now I
be found at his old office in the court of the phosphate machinery ulelin ! CLOSE MESH 1
at<-'ny time you want, and as long as house. Florida by the phosphate men at AMERICAN FENCE.
; their numerous plants, and to give one
eau want. :: :: :: :: :: :: 'an idea of the amount of machinery
Electric house wiring. Guaranteed .used here we will only say that their 5.\I'\Ot; '

I material and workmanship. The Yonge agents Mclver & :MacKay: have used /lJir !Ui. Il 1 ..J JJ

& Cline Co.County over forty carloads: in the past few G c
-4611I. L Ij}
RECORDS II months. See 6; : I These

it Assessor Alfred Ayer spent The mill supply rart of the foundrywill : .1
Sunday' on his farm, to the west of be increased" and instead of cast- How !!.!. :. 34.._ : Close

SE.o: $ OO SOc : Mclntosh,. and attended the Fairfield Ii Ing every other day In the foundry. l# (( %3.11/ Meshes
i meeting.We castings will\ be made every day, and CloseT 24.a.;
the surplus stock will be carried as a !'to------; -!.- "
New month hand Will
and a new supply always on i iift' i
every reserve. It will be readily seen the .". .-. .. -.'... r--:: "-4. e 1"---" ;---:- .
have the biggest and finest line -', --,'.-._-.... ... ?- .
advantages to the great phosphate Industry - -- -j- -+- -h 'tl --- Turn
of ladles" in ooi: : .. 1
ready-to-wear hats the .q .
of Florida and to Ocala in having Meshes -. :.j ; :F'.1: ", | -?--- .-- 'I -
city. Gadson's Bazar.
CO.I this machinery made here insteadof ;!: --t---r-- -- ---t: to- Lu.&f'_
sY .
Are. 1e.r wa.-w.rsv-wJSa.-z+wat-w .w -ov --asr. .,r-ufnr- :
OCALA FURNITURE being made in the North and ship-
Justice Bullock heard the case yes- Pigs.
ped here. The force of hands will be avery
terday of Frank Myers accused of
large one. General foundry and HEAVY WIRES CLOSE
: stealing a gallon of whiskey. Frank machine work of all kinds will be ,
. ., was acquitted.All .
done in the future as in the past onlyon Top and bottom bars Xo.
a vastly larger scale andall overtime 10 galvanized wire; Intermediate bare, No. 11, galvanizedwire

kinds of vehicle repairing don will be put on the phosphate machinery ; Stays, Xo. 12, galranized wire 12 inches
WAGONS AND BUGGIES. at Smoak & Son's, rear of the Ocala reserve.
Seed Store. Prices right. LARGE STOCK
The man whom the stockholders insist QUICK SHIPMENTS
shall be the president Mr. George

If you are thinking of buying a buggy, carriage, set of harness or a Dr. Carswell of Citra was in the city MacKay.. with his firm are building' The Stock of
Saturday to visit one of his old patients have built and have contracts to build Largest Light and Heavy .
saddle, see oui stock before doing so.Ve have a splendid line of I Henry Grantham, of Holder, more phosphate plants in Florida than .

carriages and buggies of all kinds, styles and grades, also heavy tur who is quite ill at Mr. Dan :Miller's., any two or three firms of contractors HARDWARE SASH DOORS AND
and to consult with E. Van
Dr. Hoodin
combined. Mr. :MacKay has the repairing ,
and fine stock of harness sad ,
pentine wagons, iightfurm wagons, a regard to the case. and building of phosphate:

dies lap robes, whips, and in fact, everything in this line of goods plants at his finger tips and thoroughly - BLINDS FARM MILL AND

We have the genuine HofTs Cure for understands all branches of it. ,

S. A. STANDLEY & COMPANYWest Consumption in original $1 bottles. The Star is much pleased to announce -

I The Postoffice Drugstore.Jim this splendid piece of news for \1 MINERS' SUPPLIES PAINTS .
oi our city and wishes the enterprise all 4 ,
Square. Hudgens of the Fellowship section success. The organization will be perfected -

who is everybody's friend was and the officers elected at a ETCi
In town yesterday. meeting of the stockholders Thursdayin J- D! |
this city.@KNIGHTS : r.;
Florida East Coast Railway. Don't fail to try the fancy new ... Jp- _: .r i Carried In Central Florida.This .

drinks and Ices at the Anti-Monopoly OF PYTHIAS
is the tor Your
Drugstore on and after April 19. THEIR DEAD Implement Sprin g Crops.

Local Time Card No. 65 In Effect April 16 19%.
The following Ocala parties attend- We are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence Also.
The Ocala Knights of Pythias will
ed the Marion County Sunday School
SOL'Tn.nOU,\D-RFAD DOWN NORTH-BOUND-READ: UP. hold a memorial cervice In honor of
Convention held Saturday and Sundayat
their departed brethren Sunday af-
-- ---- Oklawaha River Bridge: Sam Mar MARION HJ\RDWHRE CO.
No.98 ternoon. All memoers !should! be pres-
.Na.t9 Nil. 23 N.78
ATIOX3. tin. Baxter Carn. W. S. Durst C. A., Drib Wd, Daby ent. Those who will provide flowersfor
Fort J. D. Robertson Joe Fore. Mr. the occasion (and all who can, 0CJtL: : FL7=t.A .
6 c5'pm imam Lv. _._ Jxkaoratue .... _"' 7 "- {10 : 5 sme Caldwell and Rev. C. C. Carroll. A .
Gs m : 2h'ua :==-.Cwt uJekrtimvtlie_._:..=:t: 7 lpm 4aL. large crowd was present and all had a should do so) will please bring or
7 sym19' 4tn r A +ttutlec_ 6 15pm 7 4 am7Ftpra tend them to the Masonic Hall not
: :::=:: -==::= :: 64tan pleasant time.
IliMm ::=.. ..finials..... 5atpm
than 1 later than' 3 o'clock.
S fJIqJIl 11 ..._.... ...._.I: t'a1a1r.. _. ..._ .. :5 2lI1'm 6 Stara r sooner or CARD OF THANKSThe j HOTEL INDLE

8 I3 V. m .___ Pasrtka_" _.... .LV 4 aipta u.m Porch Rockers Seats and Out-of- |5,17.19 E. Forsyth Street
7 43pm 11 loam 1 .___.__.....- _.. __..._..A 5 43m Door Goods be found at store. Mrs. Frank Reagan and children left ladies of the Ocala Improve- ,
can our
-9Th __ Y .P ti Yaa,__ .Lr :l ..mS
Prr E today for their former home In WIno
1aa ....... .._$ t Mato -. -.......Ar 9 Xpm The Ocala Furniture Company. ment Society' desire to return thanksto ":: .; -, New and First-Class in all
9 ($pw 12 Slpm Ev I Srpm item Miss., where they will visit relatives Mi. R. E. ongf'. for the use of. his .. ., :
911p10 12: 4vpm .. ..._.._.__j"*pazt_.-___ f 2'Jpm :S 3IJat OFFICE FOR REXT Large front for six weeks, and will go from hall for their meetings. -r" Appointments _
9 4Spm 1 UpI _..___ _._0.--1__._" 31 SKp10 S OOaJl there to their new home in BrooksviUe.WANTED .. 1; it. "; ,

10 Opm 1 L i.:=. :::=:.::=_1'U IlayUna,,_--.._- --_.._,: : 8 43pm pia : 4xam101ipm 3a.; also!! Upstairs one adjoining over Munroe if wanted: & Ladles have you seen the patent .' Ii',H -,,J if'" j ' -' American Plan $...00 to

............_.__ ..... .__ ___. 41..m '
10 S.m; :2 o'f m \r :; 8.ycs.- 313pm Chambliss' Bank. -Lady of gentleman of nair dryer at the Postoffice Drugstore. : h ,, ,
11 loam f 4ipm : A: __. Laa Helen_.__.:w G 13pmii ; fair education to travel for firm of < :.Ii tiitf" e2.50perday.

5 4)am)am t= :: i :::::.... :_'...UJaf;(sty _:.:=:-I:: 12 I_ f-r.: : S S bqm1045pm 9yIt :>: The Gurney refrigerators In several $180,000 capital. Salary 1,072! per lIon. T. LL Clark of Montkrelto. candidate :}J European Plan, Rooms, one

2Iola L,.....,..:=:=::};;cteayrn. .."'-r O-tl.m: 406.v1l sizes also water coolers a. full stock, year. payable weekly. Expenses ad for the supreme bench, in in 5k : |Jii{ person, 1 5e. per day and
itipm 2 :"':14 I ..... .. ._ ..___.oak nm.___.__..L. 2 48m 5 man just received at T. W. Smith & Co. vanced. Address Geo. G. Clows, Ocala, the city today. calling on the leadingmen I = .. :..tii> : f
11 ll'm _a Ispn ::.r.-==".'.: 't, nUe--. ...._ 2 uGpm -3 Ouar-- Fla. of the city in the interest 'of his :: .r -: ; 1 .l up. Special weekly} rates.
-- ---- :'lfr
JJ MaIO 55.<.';.m 't';........._.._._.-- ...."., ___._.3Lc U.m: 63Upa !
63tlpm 11 & L.L.....____. aoioed__ ._ t.\r S iOp1D 11 loam Professor McKinney of Candler was campaign. I I f 'J" *"' '' f (,..-,. i Center of City. ;Near all

Il 12 slam : L.;:.::=:: Taactile 4kee.1 ==:::.:-tt e 2O.L 2pm pm 3Mm'LSaml2 In town Monday. without FOR SAL"E-A calf: also fine a Jersey fine :cow.-}'N.r'iUbay with LOST-Three sin fl gold stick pins) l! 1 tr'I1 $1 :_ ,:.d I 1i Car Lines. Open! all the

U ...........___ _____h : '
'am I ] r."d.o: ee 12J.m 2,1a horse. Will be sold at a bargainfor on gold rbain. Lost night .it .. Year. Rooms with
Thursday Bath
,11r:am -L 2::! m' _.'_1.u 6. __.__. 12 4 pia 1 4..1Cl111am. Salted peanuts. 15 cents per pound, II _." ,
.a .. ......__._ _)::ltrtarDe____.. Li Spm 1 Tam at the Variety Store spot each. Inquire of the Star of- between harry LaphanTs residenceand .__-, .. == Extra
1 edam a .. ...._...__:re..dsu._._ 11 Slam 1!Slav fice. the Presbyterian cborch. Liberal : -7-; : _:r --- -_ Charge.
_____. ._ 5I-.m 12 Ollu':
/ 24IaID! 4 aqua f t. LneeLe N : .11
.. .__._ ___.._ 11 5" Ernest of who has reward for returning to this office. .
a G I'pm m. -I'lnrt 1'eree; I05>'am 1'0 !! Lytle Stanton I'C B. SMITH !
S IUam 6 Cpa .. _._._ ._.._.TI'.6alit.. __.__- 13 In 111 "m 6 flJ'IU _.......__ _._rkft____.._. U I"m 11 np: 'ult at Tydings & Co. Will cure Mr. G. C. Smith who has been with
S 4La10 6 'I'm ..._.__._J..I.l _._ 10 lilt am 11 t1IoJoIL several: weeks, returned home last
S Siam C:S:pet _"......._....6.d&J'L-__" 1('00am )0 s9pr :Monday.: Indigestion: and stomach troubles. the Ocala Iatric Company for the part Bus from Depot and Steam Ships.
4 3Mtn! 7 Spa ........._ It.obo. !t.oe d ___._.._ -.. 9 Siam.. 19 +.''pe, two years, has severed!! his connection
..... __ .
4 .w 7 40pa Wet Jupiter L'i&m 10 Oapn.e
ism 8 ! .. .._."...''..'.'.'_\o.u Fetaa raarh ___.._h 8 9 3fr.ta ., There are a lot of hammocks around with! that company and accepted a po-
f.&m. 8411.tI .. .............__ r""l'-" __ __ .. a D.Im! 9 91pm Ocala, and there are a lot of "Ham jmkn with Mr. A. E. Barnett the Jew- WEATHER FORECAST FROM THE FOURTH

:t.::: ;stn : ::::..::::.:---.lart: Laderd.de_.._,'--= : ;= ; =::;: mocks' in Ocala at the Ocala Furni AT MASTERS' Her.anti watch)lr. Smith maker to, and a splendid will be Jeweler val- I
.. a Washington Ma1.. .-Partly cloudy Lpne. FUu. April ML
6".m 9 4ipm -.-. -. .---ihnie-'- ---- 'm 7 5opm ture Company's store. .
7 O'xta Sapos :: -.. : --..._. i(cram 7 m' u.1 addition to Mr. Burnett's busin tonight!! and Wednesday. Editor Star The election of XT. B.
: .: == ; ;. 7 .
71: am ii a pe (Sty. 4Z-co sa.AGBNTS. O. for
T 50.m: JoJ 3IIpJII! M.._.____...I -Lv 6 i.atn '105"" :Miss: Mattie Perry of Oxford spent Cordrey county eoMMlMhMer
8.&t:1 _I La__ ___XIr.nL-__ :ML-_ or e pt.IQ Sunday in the city the guest of her Remember we carry the nly complete :j from lisle the fourth district mm* C. L* _
so..m Art____ -.. ad-' 1.w 12 S'I'D.i school friend. Miss Annie Wade. :Miss: J500 yards 36-inch WATPTo sell the >> line of office supplies In blank I| Bittin er to tile legfa atero world bfc

i Perry left Monday for Crystal Riverto Wilson Draft asd Vegetable Caimer. books In Ocala. Ocala News Cemaany. It seetna to a complete sues fee
parlor Cats"a tns 2'eta!:3. DIdM 8i.eIn;Can d3 tra't118 e:1 4 88. The only eosBptet canner on the mar- Marion coMty mad the Mate at terg k
rv;. i iN.:2Z her sister. :Mrs. Clara Bow- Shrank Linen Finish
ezoeyt awaday. \ man. Miss Perry is the Star's bright ket. Needs neither cook stove nor So mote ft fce. :Mr. Cordrer to a MM".-
'. I I '1II"2" furnace. Can be used within doors I C'eMf81 farmer and orange grower sad
I Oxford correspondent and the tall of
Sat 'b.2t Sat9 3a: .1T'sa1C: ; Da ;r'Sa18'2a2@I.: (! ..::2 tar. Indian Head, this weekat cr oat under trees. Send for circular. a true and tried dcmottat. Voters oT
Wiry these young ladies was greatly I DO YOU
I U'YPCi::: LRA.ILSse. :! I appre-
sal. Ea Gaily i" :Di'y Daily I DDr: !g' ciated. Address E. Cook, Jr. Cochran Ga. the county keep tbew to
Sea.Dail ntnd.Voter.
n.17 ;;]_1-I !i-I, -Co only XO Cents. .

t64"tt StOp'' 20fyt'iOhls Lr_Jaek'-" ': __ 7MDi stkl!! !WiLv 6 g We have by far the largest and fin- TTsrroall goods Largest line we I I
have ever' shown. Come to us and get, t iZl We bare the
._ VF1f'
';4i;' ,i ';, 51St :?l ;. :It ] "rSahJark.oufik aSia12c2pSa: ; ;; : :pi9L. est stock of the very latest!! effects In - -, -- targect Reek of matting
10SOJ, 7S.p'PLMXSCLAS Lan:?>> 2On.'--.rwA'aH-irh. -" ; *:s:.>* Me v* ';jp'74i 5 (j$ 8 what you went. The Foetoffice Druj-i of an kind that cam ta fo.*ltm
p.5&p. !. ..__" ;; j$ 1-.. ,;'.I2tM5to: :: 8:1-: ; ready-to-wear millinery for ladies
Li7 lawf, : ? .10p aooCnOc* ArlimZ-..._JuVport _. -._I* kawwn design sad Mad aad the
AND OCCIDENTAL: STE4SS2I? CC. ICflOlS: AT MIASU.: Mrs. W. P. Edwards of tbe'winter.Erie. Pa.. .' r n price vary from 15 to II eeata per
We learn from the Palatka News who has been speeding Yo\r yard. :llrfr & UacKar. .
that a host of friends attended the with her sister. :Mrs Isaac Stevens. r. He&IG? -
close; !! Oweecttoa! lob! ds at MUai: with Stcsashlps! of tie: P. & 0. S. S. Con..aS:1: ff Tyditgs-Bryant: wedding at Welaka returned home today. She is delighted .Q
last wttfc her visit to Ocala. I Mr. Bttford Lettner wa to the cityyesterday
Tuesday. So popular was the fair ,
Havana and Key West bride to all and ih...d a good aaaptecakea
classes in her town that If T.u do. tafcaHazard's
the merchants closed their stores! fora The best bed and the beet board inFlorida .of with plenty More la 8IcId-

Two Sailings Each Week. half holiday to witness the weddingIn for the money can be bad at : Specffic) Tabklsr

the Episcopal! church. Thirty-jteven colonel Shipman's MonteaomaVA H": I Mr. John Stevens,a spteadid dtlMR

-Trains Discharge Po..s<:nirs at Ship's! Side'No Transfers.These of the friends of the couple in a td'uon.: t _.I.....r.-to.:..i.i...,,._..............le.Op'e.,..,.... .. n.'i. :._....... of Fort McCoy wa la town yesterday

launch accompanied them to the \ >TTED-BMr Man order house r : : I rod said the Fine people were preparing -
; \ :
Time TN-i/fhoo: jiti'-. s+i v h-; h trelr. W'.j beIV ;rw'z: : 'z Arpat i" '; :*'; '"
from the serernl u.tkm.blt Ihijr aniiiior tir! rims ra ; : :, steamer William Howard on which wants local assistant' a* district dis I e.-tee= .'u. ; r-.rt > . ; a big B.h fry atd picnic for Saturday. -
Dot i.t idOlMti ittOy iO b8 l cill re:.po4XAfct.? hfT .eydeta ..orcryarnxywla..isai-ihu'ewIt' a they took passage to Palatka. It was tributer for few counties. Permanent Imr; *r.1--n i.-- nrte.< i \rri t.'!------at.Ii.Fw. _."..-.;;. May 12. aDd expected the crowd
the most popular wedding that work. $18 from -.3....,... ._. ., .. . : of the
ever eeaaon.
Salary. paid weekly
of CARD Oilier Infonaation I ...._. e-.a-l ofpelf.vl.rL
r Copy the LOCAL TIA'.S cr I .88 i doe :.r-tor- of.
tqok place at Welaka. Mr. and Mrs. home offices and expenses Expense ; nr7pt.... ._..$ r 7fIor<. I.'I
_ ___.. ... .. I
I r !. .
< 1 r' '
\ Tydings have returned to Silver No
T. advanc- investment
SEE THE TICKET 'I j money re-I asinY ';0.. .a.t., Hlckmm.! ODe of the (deeaaat
Springs and are now at home In their j quired. Addr -!!1 Standard Company. : 1, nnnc men of the coonty. from .
D. RAHNER. Asst. !.Ie.- :. Pas*. Agt.. ST. MJQL'STINC, FLA. |l I ,.... -. - I
J. cozy new cottage. Como Block. Chicago. j ---- -- 11 S I ,-. was in the city 7estef' a1'.


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I For; Board of County Commissioner The LouIsrlHe and Nashville railroad
Restaurant win sell round trip tickets from Jacksonville : (INCORPORATED.)
At the earnest solicitation of friendsn
to points shown dates Indicated
on -
: Ocala and beyond.; I submit my1a.IDe Ij
; proportionately low rates
as a candidate for county com-
ni&ioner from the Ocala or the 1st from other points: GENERAL LIVERYFine

district, subject to the rules and regu- n*CM LK.fair mmMimfr LaaiW.a- ;(30.45 Paris Tex, and return. Tickets
sold :May: 3. 1. 5 and 6. with f nal
ations to govern the democratic pri-i Its Vitalized U4iclnal Food Properties -
First Class Meals
.z. nary of May 15th. If elected I will I are Very Quickly Realized. limit :May: 15.

serve you faithfully and to the best; | In Bringing Healthy Color te the 20.40 Louisville, Ky, and return. Carriages, Boggles and Traps
'ChetVs of the Pale and Sallow.In
>f my ability. Respectfully. Tickets sold June 10, 11 and 12.:! with
Products Strength to the WtXt
Drummers Saddle Horses
Carry alls eta
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining \ J. Chambers. I'I'V. I the Feeble and the invalid. final limit June :23.! By payment of ,
In Toning Tip the System of Convalescents fee of 50 cents tickets can be extended -
This Is to announce my candidacy:, from: Exhausting Diseases to July 23.
In Cleansing the Entire Syitern FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses
Room open until midnight. Personal is county commissioner from commisloner's ( In Nourishing thVornout (1&25( Nashville, Tenn, and return.
district Xo. 3, :Marlon In Rounding Out the Thin Peaked
j Tickets sold June 11, IS 19
Pace' of Children.In 10. IX ,
attention given to special orders, anythingthe subject to the democratic primary of i, Building up on their Little Bodies and 20. and July 5. C and .. witn final and Mules for Sale. Horses
May ISth.n xL Respectfully 'the Durable Pick and White Flesh and limit 15 days from date of sale.

market offers prepared for the table on S. B Pyles.At I.Color In Ling J".il Dimples their cheeks that with make the Mother's Pretty By payment of fee of 50 cents and Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.J. .

short notice. See our Refrigerator displayin Heart Glad. depositing ticket same can be extended -
the request of numerous votersof 1 OZOMtrt,9IGN
until September; 30. R. MARTIN. Manager.
front of the Store. district N'o. 4, east of the Oklawaha la aa Antidote for all Diseases Caused .
river, I submit my name to the dem- I' Bxposorc t. Cold cad Wet. 116.65 Knoxville Tenn, and return.
ocratic voters of Marion county for To prove Ks Medicinal Food Merits a Tickets sold June 17. 18. 19..23. :24!

Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. heir suffrage at the primaries of May Trial Bottle Free by Mall annd 30. and July 7. 14 and 15. Final -
.5. If elected I will serve the people limit of ticket 15 from date
I days
Will be sent on request Writ by letter
Special Price to Regular Boarders 4 4I-jf Marion faithfully, zealously and ,or postal card to of sale. Tickets can be extended by THE GLENWOODCONVENIENT '
I honestly looking to the best interestsof of fee of 50 cents and depositing -
Ozomulsion Co.98 Pine St.,If ew York. payment
the people of the county. Lit DruesrUU-Two sizes 0c. and C.OO with special agent until

THE GARM1GHAEL & SON CD Lynne Fib Very respectfully E. O. Cordrey.To September 30. TO BOTH DEPOTSA

to make a personal canvass of the :$77.50 San Francisco: and Los Angelesand
renovated hotel with all the of
.' Ed's Place West of Square the Democratic Voters of :Marion county., It would be a pleasure to me return. Tickets sold June 24 to newly privacy family life

County: to meet the people at the various July 6. inclusive. Final limit. September All modern conveniences. First class; in all of its appointment
I' Through the solicitations of numerous meetings that in all probability will be ; 15. Liberal stop-overs ollow-
friends I hereby announce myself :arranged by the county democratic executive ed. Passengers can go one route :;. Porters meet all trains.- Rates $2
a. candidate for county commissioner committee to take place over
LIVERY ANO----FE E-IJ--STABiES for the second commissioner district the county within the next two and return another. per day. Weekly and monthly rates made

Df the county subject to the action of I months but I think that all good citi- Daily :May: 15 to September 3'0. inclusive known upon application.
the ensuing primary election. My record :zens who know me will understandthat round trip summer tourist
of fifty years as a citizen of Marion it is duty before; pleasure with tickets will be on sale to various re-
(Standlev's Stand.) : county Is the platform upon me. I submit my candidacy upon my sorts. Full Information schedules. MRS. THOS. J. BARNES

which I stand and by which my fellow official record and If elected for an- time tables etc. will be furnished
citizens are requested by their ballots other term of office. I will do my dutyas
The Best i Drummer's Business :to pass upon my candidacy. I have in the past Respectfully promptly on application to PROPRIETOR

_}L. \V. Long.To E. L. Carney.I G. E. Herring.
Carriages and Buggies. Given Special Attention. Fla. Pass. AgU L. & N. R. R. --
0 the Voters of Marion County: Fla.
hereby announce my candidacy for 118 W. Bay St, Jacksonville. f
Since it will be impossible for the
L the office of tax collector of Marion
court house to be completed this year Florida subject to the demo-
Good Careful Drivers county.
Traveling and believing; that I can serve the peo- LOW RATES VIA
cratic primary to be held May 15, 1906.
but andGentle ple in its completion and final arrangements and solicit the support of the voter THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE ATLANTIC COAST LINETHROUGH
of the same as well as any man of this county. J. W. Bishop.
in district. I therefore take this
Horses. Stylish Rigs. method my of announcing my candidacyfor $21.90 to Lexington, Ky, and return.

re-election to the office of county For County JudgeTo Tickets on sale April 29, 30 and :May: CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA

commissioner from the fourth district 1, limited to May 10.

My official record is well known to the Citizens of Marion County: $15.10 to Birmingham, Ala, and return -
PROPRIETORPhone you and I ask your consideration of I announce that I am a candidatefor -CONNECTIONSTO -
D. W. TOMPKINS Tickets on sale April 30 and May 1
the same. Respectfully nomination and re-election to the I and 2. with final limit June 3. Extension TH E EAST Over its own rails to Savannah Charleston. BId I1end
N. A. Fort office of county judge of Marion county -
subject to the democratic primary of final limit to June 30 may All Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry.

124. Ocala, Fla. West oi Square. At the request of friends I again to be held May 13, 1906. I be had by depositing ticket and paying -
As I. am engaged In the active administration fee of 50 cents. TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville- ad Dixie
____ ___ __n___ _ ______ present my name as a candidate for of the duties of the office I
county commissioner from the 5th district $79.85 to Los Angeles and San Fran Flyer route via Atlanta.
it will not be possible for me to makean
subject to the democratic votersat cisco, Cat, and return. Tickets on
FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLESWestern ored the I primary.will serve. May you 15.with If fidelity again hon and active solicit or the extended support campaign.I of the demo- sale April 24 to May 5, with final TO THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for Is'ev York. Philadelphiaand

to the best; of my ability. cratic electors of Marion county, and limit July 31. Stop-over will be allowed Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. tN w York. Washington

Anthony Fla. C. W. Turner. pledge to them an honest faithful and and trip may be made goingone Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
upright administration of the duties of route and returning another. Transportation Company fee Baltimore and Phlladel-
Reef Veal Florida Stan Fed Beef Mutton Ar the office if it be theirdesire that I
Through the earnest. solicitations of shall again serve them.P.especfuIlY. $16.05 to Chattanooga, Tenn, and return Steamship phia.

mour's Star Ham Armour's Pork Sausage Cabbage many friends from the second county Joseph Bell. account Southern Baptist Con-
KEY WEST and HAVANA-Via Peninsular and OeeMental Co.
commissioners district I have con- vention. Tickets on sale May 8, 9 Steamship

Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets, Sweet sented to become a candidate for aseat and 10. Imiited to return 10 days Route of the celebrated trains New York and Florida Special' Florida
on the Board of County Commissioners For State AttorneyTo from date of sale. Final limit may and West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.

Potatoes, Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions. and If elected will serve you be had to June 5 by depositing tick-
the White Democratic Voters of the
to the best; of my ability. My long Fifth Judicial Circuit: et and paying fee of 50 cents. Quickest schedules superior service. For information as to rates schedules -

citizenship In the Flemington section I hereby announce myself a candidate For information apply to ticket etc. consult, the purple folder or communicate with J. G. Kirklaod. D.
has brought to me many acquaintancesand for the office of state attorney for agent or J. G. Kirkland D. P. A. Tampa P. A. Tampa; \V. J. Craig Passenger Traffic Manager Wilmington. N. c.

*. friends whose support I respect- the fifth judicial circuit: at the demo Fla.
Phone 108 City Market fully solicit. J. M. Mathews. cratic primaries to be held May 15.

Flemington, Fla. 1906. Edwin W. Davis.I SEABOARD AIR LINE

----p- Under the solicitation of a number hereby announce myself a candi- SPECIAL RATES

of my friends I have agreed to an- date for' the office of state attorney for
nounce myself a candidate for county this the fifth judicial circuit of Florida $20.70 Memphis Tenn. and return. Through Tourist Cars

LUMBeRROUGH commissioner from the second districtof subject to the action of the demo- Tickets on sale May 1, 2 and 3, with.
cratic primaries of May 15. and ask final limit June 2.
Marion county subject to the democratic for your favorable consideration.
primaries. J. \,. Brass Respectfully, Carlos I* Sistrunk.For $16 Charlotte, N. C. and return. Tick- Personally Conducted to

Gaiter, Fla. ets on Kale May 19 to 24. with final

OB DRESSED Tax AssessorTo limit May 26_ CaliforniaThe

To the Democratic Voters of Marion $30.95 Paris Texas and return. Tick-

County. the Democratic Voters of Marion ets on sale May 3. 4. 5. and 6th. with
See or Phone Through the solicitation of numerous County: final limit May 15th.

friends. I hereby announce myself as At the solicitation of some of my
$15.55 Spartanburg, S. C. and return.
friends (I believe myself that county I
B. H SEYT OWR a candidate for county commissioner officials should be changed occasionally Tickets on sale April 23. 24. 25 and
from the second commissioner's district Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its
26. with final limit April 28.
). I hereby announce myself a candidate -
subject to the democratic pri- for tax assessor for Marion $79.85, San Francisco, Cat. and return. up-to-date equipment courteous attendants and many comforts.It .

PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla.AYegetablePreparationrbr maries of May 15, 1906.W. county subject to the democratic primary Tickets on sale April 24 to May 4 inclusive -
L. Jordan. to be held May 15. 1906. I therefore s the easy way to tra\"ei-no changes of cars or other wor-
with final limit July 31.
solicit the support of the democratic -
voters of Marion county. $79.85 Los Angeles, Cal. and return.
---- --------- ------- For the State SenateTo ries.Are
Respectfully F. B. Turner. Same dates and conditions as San I you going to California? Investigate this way of travel ,
the Democratic Voters of the 20th i

Senatorial District: Thanking my friends for past favors Francisco. I You'll be surprise! to find how cheaply you can go.
I $14.95 Anniston, Ala. and return. Tick
hereby announce my candidacy for I respectfully announce myself a candidate : I
the office of state senator from the for re-rfomination in the next ets on sale May 26, 27 and 28, with I

.. 20th senatorial district to be voted primary. Alfred Ayer. final limit June 3. I
HY. for at the coming primary of May 15.I '
$12.45 Athens Ga... and return. Ticketson
- heartily endorse the resolution passed For County Treasurer
Full Particulars and illustrated literature of
CASIORIA by the executive committee of :Marion sale June 23. 24. 25. 26. 30. July
of hearty
county on March 17, asking that Ma- With the for assurance past support my I respectfully appreciation -- 2. 9, 16. with final limit 15 days from J. F VAN RENSSALAER Gen. Agt.
rion county be made an individual date of sale. Extension available.!
submit my candidacy for the!
( I ) senatorial district, and I promise if tre sur -shlp of Marion county subject $15.55 Greenville, S. C, and return. Atlanta, Ga

.. For Infants and Children. nominated and elected to use my best of course, to the coming democratic Tickets on sale May 14, 15 and 16.
" efforts to into effect the
carry wishes primary. Thos. E. Pasteur. with final limit May 31.
expressed in that resolution and also I
to serve the best interests of the peo- $24.25 Lexington, Ky.. and return. I Southern Pacific.
For the Board of Public InstructionI
The Kind You Have
; mill pie. Respectfully J. G. Baskln. announce myself a candidate for Tickets on sale April 29. 30 and May
with final limit May 10.
membership; of the board of public instruction 1.
I I hereby announce myself a candidate of Marion county subject to $15.10 Birmingham, Ala. and return.

,,0 Always Bought o for the 20th senatorial district the democratic primary of May 15. If Tickets on sale April 39, May 1 and

Assimilating !comprising the counties of Marion and II ,o elected I will give my best efforts to 2. with final limit June 3. Extension -
I Sumter, subject to the democratic primary promote the cause of public education available.For .
th food and Reg u1a- of May 15th and ask the support in the county of Marion. I

ing the S tnmflfhs and BowgLs ofINTANTS. Bears theSignature of my friends. E. C. :McLeod I Respectfully Isaac Stevens.I I further information and Pull-
I man reservations, call city ticket office FAST THROUGH TRAINSFOR

announce myself a candidate for telephone 129.
CmtDREX For the House of RepresentativesAt I member of the board of public Instruction I

the solicitation of my friends I subject to the democratic primaryof LOW RATESTo
-- announce myself a candidate for the May 15. If elected I will serve the .
EromotestKfeslioTxChEeifulAwrfeeiBemedy people cf the county to the best of my 0
'I legislature from Marlon county sub-
I Chattanooga, Tenn. and Return,
t1CS3 d BCst.COnta1Bsntdllcr Of11OTNAfCOTIC. ject to the democratic primary of May ability. Very respectfully.Blitch. AND FLORIDA LIMITED, VIA NASHVILLE, -
B. R Via Atlantic Coast Line
)i Iorphine nor 1intra1. 15. and ask the support of all my I

friends. Geo. G. Mathews. Thanking my friends for past favors. On account of the Southern Baptist CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY

I respectfully announce myself a can- Convention, the Atlantic Coast Line
Leaves Jacksonville daily at ':00 p. m.
After due consideration, and at the didate for re-nomination for school Railroad will sell tickets to Chatta-
via Atlantic Coast Line. Solid train to
request of numerous friends. I hereby commissioner from the third district nooga and return at one fare. plus 25 '
Jtape.itltdD'S1' ffi16i announce myself a candidate for representative If elected. I will work In future as I cents for the round trip. Tickets on DIXIE I I Atlanta with through coaches to
.z- for the best Interestsof Nashville Tenn. Route, via Tlfton.
to legislature from Marion . have In the past sale May 8, 9 and 10. with final limit
county, subject to the democratic the public schools of Marion county. Macon, Atlanta. Chattanooga Nash
I In primary to be held on May 15, 1906.T. Respectfully.: John S. Grantham.Fort ten days from date of sale. Final lim- FLYERROUTE ville. Through sleepers Jacksonville
it to June 5 may be had by depositing
E. Biggs.To McCoy. Fla. to St. Loots via Cairo and the Illinois
ticket and paying fee of SO cents.
G.iag. Central; and through steeper to Chicago -
".,.. the Democratic Voters of Marion For further information apply to
For Justice of the PeaceI I :: via Evansville and the C. 4t E L
County: ticket agent or write J. G. Kirkland. I
myself a candidate St. Loots 1 "
tea.: UseFor hereby announce Railway arriving at : a.
The kind expressions comingto
many Division Passenger Agent Tampa
of the
for the office of justice
both through the and m.; Chicago >:M a.m. secoodmoroinr:
me press per-
for the 1st district subject to Fla.
for Cons Cpa- sonal interviews generally endorsingmy peace
tion.Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea. record in the of the democratic primary of May 15.
legislature 1905
Worms jConvulsionsJevErishoess and with assurances that my services Respectfully. S. A. Bullock. SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE Chicago and Florida LimitedSolid
F Over
In the past were acceptable to a large
andLoss OF SLEEBTAC majority of the voters of Marlon coun- Arrival and Departure of Trains at'

-- ty, I again come before; the people of Ocala Pullman Vestibuled DrawingRoom Observation Train. The ONLY

Simile Signature of the county as a candidate for the leg- Day Trains train running: SOLID from SL Augustine Jacksonville to Chicago. Diatec
islature. If elected I shall in the future EXCURSIONRATES car service an the way-a la. carte plan. Leave SL Augustine dotty at IW
<2 424zfcT Thirty YearsCASTO in the devote best efforts Northbound.. .. ... _.12:57 p. m.
as past my
to advance the interests and wel- Southbound..... .- 2:20 p. m. a. m.; Jacksonville 9:30 a. m. Arrive In Atlanta '.51 p. m.: Chattanooga
10:57 p. m.; Nashville 3:13: a. m.: Evansville, 8:2 a. m.; C9dieaga 6:19 P-
fare of the people. Many important Trains
I Night m. Through sleepers on this train for St. Louis via Nashville and the L A;
events will face the next legislature
Northbound... ..... ..n. 2:10 a, m. .
N. Railroad arrive in St.
Louis 2:10 m
35 D os ts experience Southbound. ... ... ... .o. 2:30 a. m. For tickets and other p.
: information call on ticket agents.
RIA ly ; ;a.: {: ;:

be my sole consideration. -TO- YOU CAN BUY COLE D..t'1.NLBYFLORIDA
Respectfully, Ed L. Wartmann.
TMC! .!rIOT""......_. HCW.TOMB CTTT. I respectfully submit my name to CALIFORNIAACCOUNT
the democratic voters of Marion county 212 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA.

at the coming primary of May 15. IN THE NEW COUNTRYRecently
as a candidate I for the legislature I of i .
Florida. If elected I will labor earnestly Imperial; Council Ancient Arabic Order opened up in eastern Arkansas -
I and conscientiously' for any and every Louisiana, (Mississippi: Delta)
I[ interest affecting Marion eour.ty.and Nobles of the Mystic Shrine and Southeastern Missouri along the I SEABOARD AIR-LINE RYs
all interests that will be deemed May 7th to 10th, 1906 lines of the Missouri Pacific Railwayand
THE ORIGINALThe i for the benefit; of the state of Floiida. Iron Mountain Route at $7.50 to
Tickets will be sold April :24th! to May
Respectfully, C. L. Bittinger.
$15 an acre, which when cleared and
ts ( 4, inclusive with limit to July 3L
idea of a Cough Syrup that will act I am a candidate for representativeand The Rate From Ocala to Los Angelesis improved readily brings a cash rentalof Savannah Columbia, Camden Southern Fines, Richmond Washington Bal
$4 to $6
an acre.
I want the job. Ill abide by the timore Philadelphia New York.
on the bowels, and thus assist in expelling 1 rules of the coming primaries and I $79.85 UNUSUAL

colds from the system is new and originalin i world promise with if nominated my statesmanship not to amaze nor the be Proportionate Rates From Other Opportunities exist for the Homeseeker TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY

Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.LAXATIVE the biggest fool in Tallahassee.!! I am Points and Capitalist

[coming loaded and candidates positively THE ROUTE-Is via SL Louis and THERE IS NO BETTER SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
"no infringement on my campaign -
-- thunder. Patent applied for. the Scenic Line of the World viz: Land in the world than the rich alluvial -

I L. S. Light Missouri Pacific and Denver &. Rio Delta, and River Bottom lands MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTThe
Coloradoand of Southeast Missouri, Eastern
YLtoPI- Grande Railways' through
A certain,safe and harmless remedy for {I For Tax Collector: Salt Lake City. This rate Is open Arkansas Louisiana and SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED the only daily SH4 Pullman

an Coughs, Colds,Croup Whooping Cough; for the public.! Texas Electric- Lighted Train between St. Augustine, JaefcsvovfBe and New York

La Grippe. Bronchitis Influenza and all To the Marion County Democracy: Write for Illustrated Literature and MONEY IN LANDS via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augustine 1%:It) p. m, and Jacksonville -

I Believing that I have filled the position BEATS MONEY IN BANK 1:20 p. m. daily melding Sundays.
Lung and. Bronchial affections. Mothers HO'UEY of tax collector: for state and Maps
county during my occupancy of the office LOW RATES-Will also be made to Especially land that Is rapidly Increas-

praise the children's favorite Kennedy'sLaxative acceptably to a large majority of Denver in July. account meeting of the ing in Value Operating Daily Through Sleepers from JacksonvMI to hew Orleana..

Honey and TarCOUCH the nounce tax myself payers as of a the candidate county for I an-re- B. P. O. E, the National Educational Write for Maps Descriptive Literature, For fun Information and sleeper: reservations eaB on say $eabo.rdagent

TAR election subject to the action of the Association meeting In San Francisco Etc, Etc. or write to W. W. CONDOM
of July 9-13 and the National Baptist JOHN DOZ3ER Agent City Tteket
SYRUP county democracy in the primaries HOMESEEKERS TICKETS SOLD Agent
: May 15, next From the present time Convention. Los Angeles CaL, SeP- Mon OCALA. FLORIDA. ,
k until the primary comes off will be my tember; 12-1S. 1st and 3rd Tuesday Every h S. C. BOTLSTON. JR. A. O.
jjMsyared at the of X. C. D.WITT A CO.. CHICAGO U. B. A. MACDONELL.Passenger
[I busiest season in the office. So much t I. E. REHLANDER, I. E. REHLANDER, Trav. Pass. Agt. Agent. A st. Gen. .
fisVrn&.ED CLAM BLOSSOM AdD TSS BODY szs n OH BTZKT BOTTU. I so that it will be impossible for me to Ajent
Tenn 34 W. Sth St. Chattanooga Tens. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Trav. Pass. Agt. Chattanooga
FLA In order
SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA. neglect my duty to the public

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