The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
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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).
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Volume \ \ Number 298 OCALA FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 24 1906
,, ,. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year



DAINTIES.FIG At Tampa in 1908 Receives Favorable Edison the Wizard Add Another to FOR MEN

NEWTONS. Report From the Congressional The His Long List of Important and

NABISCOS. Committee on Industrial Arts City Electric Light Plant Beneficial Discoveries Panama Hats,

SARATOGA FLAKES. (Special to the Tampa Times.) will be to deliver Wilmington, X. C. May 23.-Thom- :
soon ready
CHEESE BISCUITS.A. as A. Edison who Is in North Carolina Fashionable Straw Hats
Washington May 23.-What Is considered en route to Llncolnton. N. C. with a ,

B. SNAPS.COCOANUT the greatest victory of the to all who desire party of five Eastern men wait interviewed -
present congressional session was today electricity regarding the discovery of cobalt Shoes and OxiorcJs.
.MACAROONS. in this state. Mr. Edison stated
won by Congressman S. M. Spark-
that after search
a extending over two
GRAHAM WAFERS. man and Col. T. J. L. Brown when the same. years the metal had been found In Light Weight Fashionably Made .
BUTTER THINS. the committee on expositions and, industrial considerable quantities in seven of the .
arts reported with unanimous i mountain counties. Heretofore all cobalt -'
Also a Full Assortment in Bulk and favor upon the bill prividlng for government "Now >is< the Time"to used in the United States has been Summer Suits.
aid of the isthmian exposition l- Imported from Germany.
Pound Cakes
to be held In Tampa during the Mr. BJison is elated over the successof
months of January February and have your building wired. his I'I'OSpt"Cto"declaring that the Ties Handkerchiefs-
March, 1908. discovery will revolutionize automo-
We have first-class workmen and
Report Unanimous biling by reducing the weight of the
battery 50 per cent. Underwear Suit Cases and
Whereas, at the opening of the fight can do your work promptly. Please let I .
OCALA FURNITURE CO for the passage of the bill, a number of -

members, including Chairman Gardner I us make an estimate for you. BELLEVIEW SatchelsAT :

were unalterably opposed to it, absolutely -
Personal Seriice Time A Big Budget of News From the Cityof
Anywhere, Any every member of the I I I
excepting one voted in favor of Its I j THE Oaks -
CO. '
and When Heeded. pasxage That one member happenedto The Belle view Workers had a mostnjo'able

be absent or else his vote would t> day last Thursday out at
The Question of Emba'ming and Funeral have gone foi the bill also. I Phone 15. B. W. MacDONALD, Manager. Professor Green's farm and for whichenjoyable RHEINAUER'SSHIP I

Directing is a Delicate One The work of Messrs. Sparkman and occasion they all wish to

Brown. In connection with the bill is thank Professor Green and his esti-
Would not it be Best for You to En- regarded throughout Washington as mable wife. Those who enjoyed the

FIRST CAR OF PINEAPPLES SEABREEZE CUl AGES day were: Mrs.: T. A. :Mitchell. :Mrs.
brilliant and eble in the highest de
trust this Question to Those who Appre-
I I Nellie Pratt. Mrs. L. 1* Hopkins. Mrs.
ciate It's Delicacy and Whose Know gree.The committee considered the bill The first solid carload of pineapples If you intend going away this summer J. A. Freeman. :Mrs. A. D. Polley, Mrs.

for an hour, at the end of which time from the mainland this season went why Qot go to the "Newport of Barz. Mrs. G. D. Washburn. Mrs. Ash-
ledge is of the Highest Standard the report was drawn. north Saturday night from the Min- the South"-Seabreeze, where you will worth. Mrs. Green Misses! Ella Lyles. T. H. EVANS & CO.
TELEGRAPH Congressman Bartlett will report the I I nehaha pinery at Boynton. It con!'ist- find completely furnished cottages Alice Polley Is'>rena Freeman Ruth
ORDERS RECEIVE bill to the House tomorrow and thereIs ed of 300 crates and was_an -exceptionally screened and canopied from two Barz. Pauline Mitchell! Ethel Freeman -

PROMPT ATTENTION no doubt as to its passage through fine shipment, all the fruit averaging rooms up to twelve: all conveniences. Flora Belle Polley. Frances Pol- -
that larger than %ts. Within the They are known as the "Breakers Cottage -, ley Mabel Green and Messrs. Robert BALTIMORE MD. -
Day Phone No.( 10. Night 94 and 167 body as Sparkman: I I
is being congratulated upon all sides next few days the shipping will be *," located directly on the beach. Pratt. Thomas Haynes. Robert Free- '
the of general! and several cars will move Address V. C. Grant Seabreeze. Fla. i man and Prof. P. W. Green. The day
outsome the committee
SMITH A: ROBERTS, Ocala, Fla. report.upon j I from the different shipping points 1 was spent in looking over Professor' I represent this house in Marion, Sumter and Dade

daily.-:Miami Metropolis. Green's farm and enjoying a picnic in
of the Senate Assured I
Support general until dinner was spread which
DR. L. A. COMBS I - bountiful .
Senator James P. Taliaferro will take THE TEXAS WONDER It Is possible to obtain relief from I was was served anddelicious. Lemonade Personal References: First National Bank, Miami, Fla.; Hon. J. W.
during the afternoon.
charge of the bill In the Senate, and Cures!' all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic chronic indigestion and dyspepsia by I
I About 3 o'clock the ladies held a business Watson, Miami, Fla. Hon. J. Wilson, Miami Fla Hon.T.
there is doubt to its in ; ;
no as
Graduate Royal College Veterinary passage troubl<-s. Sod! by all druggists (the use of Kodol for dyspepsia. Some I I ,
the upper house, this being due to,Senator or two months' treatment by mail for of the most hopeless cases of longstanding I the meeting after which all bade V. Moore. Miami!, Fla.
professor and his
Surgeons, wife goodbyeand
Taliaferro's influence and to thentercst U. Dr. E. W. hail :2926: Olive street. have yielded to it. It enables I

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND. of the senator in Tampa. St. Louis Mo. Send for testimOnlala..1 you to digest' the food you eat and exercises -I' soon started to be forgotten.The forborne.. It was a day not H. DOVE ALLISON,Vegetable Broker, Coleman, Fla
Through the passage of the bill Sold in Ocala by the a corrective Influence,
Treats All Curable Cases of Domestic Tampa is guaranteed the greatest naval Drugstore. ing up the efficiency of the big rain of Tuesday and Tues- stamps and Stencils on Application
Animals and military display in the history'I organs. The stomach Is the bUild-I' day night ca.pte In good time, as It was
greatly needed.
of the South, which will cost thous-
HORSES AND MULES wherein the steam is made that "
Office at
Tompklns Livery Stables. Mr. James Brown
and wife and lit-
ands of dollars, the of
participation You will always find at :;. H. Marup your vitality health and tle daughter Grace. who have
other states. of the Just returned -
by proclamation tin & .,jo's exchange stables in Ocala Kodol digests what you eat. mrength.j from California
spent Satur-
of the United States and ,
president stomach sweet- '-.ts the
and at Hugh Nichols Wlldwood stables
Nllari day and Sunday with Mrs. J. .
other aid that will make the A. ;
expositiona dition to do the work nature demands
as good mules and horse Free-I
? as can man. Mr. Brown will take his
THE grand success and do infinitely more be found in Florida. For quality theprices of it-gives you relief from digestive sition in the
for the advancement of Tampa and and in to do Teapot Grocery in '
I disorders puts you shape
reasonable. No trouble to
are :Mr.: John Brown,
cousin to ::\
the state at large than any other undertaking show animals. your best and feel your best. Sold Ocala.l
When in need call
I.JE ER of their history.ANTHONY Hugh Nichols; proprietor Ocala on or by the Anti-Moropcly:: Drugstore. Brown fornia., has also returned from t JEWELRY WATCHES DIAMONDS!

Wildwood Fla.
I Mr. and Mrs. Doolittle. Mrs. Bush. ,
That lady you Just saw pass with Mrs. Halstead and sister Miss Barnes

Wean supply you with tablet pa such a pretty go-cart got it from theper returned to their Northern homes last
Carries a Complete Stock of Baseball Club Organized-A Feast of *in any style and size you wish. Ocala: Furniture Company, and at a Tuesday.! They will be greatly missed bt

Music in ProspectThe Come and see uf when In need of any. I price that would almost. make you as they took an active part In all t
Jewelry Consisting of The Postoffice Drugstore. think she stole it. church and society work. .
boys assembled at the residenceof _
Miss Minnie Tremere who has been '
PINS, DIAMONDS, your correspondent last Saturday ill with fever is Improving now as fastas WE HAVE: in the store just now, one of -,

RINGSV A TCHES, night be known and effected as the an Anthony organization Baseball to I could be expected.Mr. t the most complete stocks of CUT .j...

Kates chosen
Club. Wm. F E. was HEWITT & BRIDGESThe ,
quite a painful accident Sunday night /',
CHAINS, CUT GLASS as manager and Goodwin Graham as and JEWELRY of all kinds that a Florida .. .
about 6:30 o'clock. lie was sitting In
FINE CHINA. secretary five was and appointed I A select committeeof suita- I his buggy In front of the ),[. E church, b store has ever earned. We have a complete

LADIES' l ble grounds and have the same put in Most Complete Line of the Best Known and Popular not noticing his horse when the bell b stock of musical instruments and sheet '
proper shape to have their first practice began to ring for Epworth League. The I music. Japanese goods of all kinds, fine umbrellas -

GUARANTEED CLOCKS game next Saturday afternoon.The Brands of Cigars horse run. became He reached frightened for the and reins started but to o fine stationery, etc. Examine the 5 : ;;

-AndSOUVENIR selection of a captain and the assignment stock show the
they had slipped down near the horse's b it is a pleasure to goods. -
of positions were postponeduntil
CARDS. after practicing, so as to be able DELICIOUS CREAM FRESH CANDIES feet. The horse began kicking strik- b
him the hand and him -
ing on causing >
to more: intelligently make the selec .
Flavors much pain. lie reached with the other -
tion. The club will meet again Sat- All And Confections b
All Kinds of Repairing. urday night to further the organization hand and received a. kick In the

and attend to any business that Pure and IrefreslilugFOUNrr:1IN breast which knocked him from the .

may be presented.': The outfit so far DRINKS All the Late buggy. The horse ran on pulling the 5
OCALA purchased is first class. The uniforms buggy over Mr. Foxworth. and continued MUSIC
Y will l be or black flannel with the All Kinds MAGAZINES: AND PAPERS down Robinson avenue turned OCALA ,
inl-I down West Front street heading foe
FLAD. tials "A. B. C. upon the breast.
On Saturday evening. June 2, I the still where he came from but he JEWELERS.:
left the road and Into Free-
Florence Pharis will hold a musicalat I'lie Place Is Next to Mnnroe & Chambliss, in the ran J. A.
man's shop where he broke loose from
A. Fort. the residence .
A. Fort. C. : of Mr. If. \ Atwsiter. ,
the buggy, but became entangled In -'
The ladies of the Home Missionwill Postoffice: Block. -
FORT'S BARBER SHOPNO. serve ice cream and cake upon the the harness and was forced to halt. }.[r.
T A. Mitchell the horse and
lawn. ------- caught
Everybody is invited especiallythe
( 28.) parents of the'pupils, so that they, held him until other aid came. The
with the buggy was badly wrecked. Mr. Fox-
public may correctly judgeof
North Magnolia Street. the progress made in their music. SUMMER BARGAINSI worth went on to the still expectingto SHIP YOUR FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TO
The have to go to Ocala to have his
entertainment we feel assured'
First class barber's workof will be? enjoyed by all wounds dressed as Dr. Slaughter left

all kinds neatly quickly' Miss Ella Tydings left Tuesday for that day but when he reached the still
found Dr. Newsom there visiting his
Opelika Ala, to attend a meeting of to the ladies of Ocala and Marion .
and skillfully executed. Satisfaction the board of missions of the M. E. am offering daughter. :Mrs. Mayo. Dr. Newsom-

guaranteed. Give us church. She will then visit friends in county the newest, prettiest, largest and dressed his wounds and Mr. Foxworthis
nodoing as well as could be ex-
Savannah, Ca.
and from there to visIt -
atrial. friends in Virginia, and after which most: complete stock" of dress goods and dry pected. CINCINNATI, OHIO
Dr. T. K. left forGeorgia
Ticket Geed Cash for in Eight Advance Shaves, $1. she Mexico.will proceed to her mission workin goods of all kinds, for spring and summer to visit Slaughter relative&and Sunday will then Seesel! & Ashner, Memphis, Term.; Bell Bros. Atlanta,

of James)Ir. and Cecil Mrs.aged J. C. nine Cahoon years after, son a wear, that has ever been shown in Ocala. go to her Kentucky people. where It Is hoped his wife by is all visiting that- Ga.; F. A. Denison & Co. Washington D. C.; Bell &.

In theKensington departed protracted this illness life and Monday much suffering morning., Come in and see the goods. I can convinceyou Is the likely doctor to be will needed not flay any time long In as case he Miles, Birmingham, Ala.; J.J. Hill, Nashville,Tenn.

that better values from than of accident or sickness.Mr. .
May 21. He was much loved by all you get me I these houses in
Frank Washburn. who has been
who knew him. and was a kind and affectionate -
from house in the
any city. working at Crystal River has returned -
child. Mrs. Cahoon is a
home. Marion Sumter and Dade Counties. x
I daughter of our friend. Thomas Leit- ,
The play Our Awful Aunt." which

We have something to, ner.Mr Will Ross of Sarasota who has J. KLEIN was to' have been given last Friday, Personal References: First National Bank Miami Fla.; Hon. J. W,-Wat**.., I

with PIANOS been the guest of Mrs. J. D. Raskin but which was postponed until Mon- Miami Fla.; Hon. J. Wilson, Miami,Fla.; Hon. T.V.Moor,Miami, Fla. .f
compare left Monday for Starke to attend the day night passed off nicely. The admission -
sold by others at $275to wedding of her niece on Tuesday. was only 5 cents and over $4 fl. DOVE ALLISON :
Successor to Klein k Campbell was taken in at the door. Ice cream
Professor E. C. Boyd closed the session -
$300.It I of the Wellborn High School last was also sold. Following Is the characters Vegetable Broker Coleman, Flan

Friday The professor Is visiting his of the participants: and Stencils Application.
Mrs. Hazelton the 'dow-Laura Stamps on
is the best of the medium parents for a brief time between now

and the first Monday In June, when LIVERY AND FEED STABLESStandlev's Smith. -
grades we yet seen he'A'1ll open a summer school at Rox- Alice Hazelton the Daughter-Alice

Carries our five year guarantee ford. We Are afraid such close confinement Polley. 't.INCORPORA"'rED.
Frank Hazelton. the Son-Guy Smith. MARION FARMS STABLES
and our recommendationas mental to. if his continued health. will be detri- ( Old! Stand.) Dan. the Robber-Robert Pratt ,

being the best value for Our little grandchild Anona the Wallace-Edgar Pelot. ( .)

the money in the South. doctors think has passed the danger The Best I Drummer's Business Lorena Aunt Matilda Freeman.Johnson the Old Maid

period and will soon be free from I
Cases Mahogany, Walnut fever and on the road to good health. Carriages and Buggies. i Given Special Attention. Pete!Nelson.the Negro Waiting Boy-Walter GENERAL LIVERY

and hand quartered.: Oak. There have up to this time been First Policeman-John Lyles.
three carloads of crate material to
Latest improved design. Boston arrive Good Traveling Careful Drivers Second Policeman-Henry Smith.
I in Anthony. Crate making Is the
All their Fine and Traps
performed Carriages Buggies
roll fall and duet desk. order of the day. parts ,
but andGentle Frank Washburn. who has been
The first cantaloupes moved out of Drummers Carryalls Saddle Horses, etc
Three with muffler. working at Crystal River has returned -
Anthony Tuesday night By the last Horses. Stylish Rigs.
Ivory keys- powerful and of the week they will be moving quite 4
lively and before our next issue they FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES
rich tone. Solid constructionin
will be moving In carload lots. A YEAR OF BLOOD

detail. Height "' 4 The rain of Monday night and all D. W. TOMPKINS PROPRIETORPhone
every The year of 1903! will long be remem-
day Tuesday did world of Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
feet 7 inches. a good to 1 erect in the home of F. N. Tacketj of
the growing crops, while It may have of blood Boarded the Month Rate.
Alliance Ky. as a year : ,by at Special '
slightly injured the oats that were J24. Ocala Fla. West of
Square. which flowed so copiously from Mr.
Price $ J 90 down. Tacket's lungs that death seemed very J. R. MARTIN. Manager.
Mr. W. H. Hamilton has purchasedand -- --- -
rear. He writes: Severe bleeding
LUDDEN&BATES S.M.H. moved into the property known as from the lungs and a frightful coup
had brought me at deaths door whenI

Address, began taking Dr. Kings New Discovery -
WARNINGYou TO BOTH DEPOTSA for Consumption, with the astonishing PHESH" MEATS AND VEGETABLES
A. R. Harder Gainesville. Fla. cannot have good health unless result tht after taking four

your kidneys are sound for the kid- newly renovated hotel with all the privacy of family life bottles I was completely restored an 1
neys filter the blood of Impurities as time has proven permanently cur Western Reef, Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef Mutton, Ar-
All modern conveniences. First class in all of its >d.** Guaranteed for
which otherwise act as irritating poisons ap- f sore lungs colds
L.AXEXANBEKPractical and break down the delicate or- ]K>mtments. Porters meet all trains. Rates, $2 cough etc, at Tydings & Go's. Drugs mour's Star Ham Armour's Pork Sausage, Cabbage -
gans of the body and cause serious rtore. Price 50c. and |1 a bottle. Trial
r trouble. If you have kidney or blaJ- per day. Weekly and monthly rates made Lzittle free. Rutabagas, Turnips Beets, Sweet

t der trouble and do not use Foley's known upon application. Potatoes Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions.
CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful Kidney Cure. you will have only yourself The Weil-Brockman Company. Cin-
to blame for results as it posi- cinnati Is an up-to-date house. Car-
estimates made on all contract tively cures all forms of kidney and MRS. THOS. J. BARNES lots a specialty. Market Information. W. P. EDWARDS,

work. Gives more and better work bladder diseases. Sold by the Postof- Stamps or stencils on application to .
for tho money than any other In town. fice Drugstore. PROPRIETOR. the house or H. D. Allison Coleman. Phone (Off! : City HarkBfl.




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Much Important Business Attended to ..f
C. L.. BITTINGER ,. CO. .. &
I at Wednesday Night's Meeting I 1 President T. T. MU="''ROB. .

C.. I L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll I The Ocala board: of trade held an I ice President, Z. C. CHAHBLXSSOaxhier. I :-
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-Proprietors and Publishers. I Large front room; also one adjoiningif adjourned meeting tat night In ih.CMnett .- J| I .J. B. BROOKS. .,aGENTRL .
chamber There wan a go> 4 .
C. L.. BITTINGEA audiepce aitJ much Interest evinced In '
wanted together. Upstairs, over .'ie (Woce Editor and General Manager i
T T Manr. the banker. was ta the }
chair and presided with the tart and I! I NATIONAL BANK
R. R. CAfiROLL wisdom of a veteran.Ta <

City Editor and Business-- Manager.Mr -. MUNROE & CHAMBLISS' BANK. If I II were.. read mInutes for of information.the previous meeting \t j

I Ocala! in the Cyclopedia ) .
George Young. son .f )Ir.. Pope, I OF OCALA. '
hospital A oommunkation ass read from I "
matron at the Marion county I
Costal River, f Thomas Nelson"' & Son*. New York. I.
died last evwwing at '
where he went a few weeks ago. The All the young people In Ocala know CAFE1 who desire inftirrnatlon abmrt Ocala: ; J. K. CHRISTIAN. ODRQB UACKA T.
boy. for he was only about sixteenytarw John .Juhan. who learned the art phar- : OCALA! hOUSE[ 1 rur their forthcoming encyclopedia of 1 1cities. 1
of age, was. sick only two days macEuticatjth Dr. William Anderson -> town and villager of the rnlt1 B DIRECTORS: T MfNR )E.HKRPERT :Z. C. CILUIB

with a congestive chill. Mrs.' Pope was and later took 'service with Dr. ed States. The secretary was instruct- A FORD. RS.. HALL
notified yesterday morning of the serious Taylor at Crystal River whose estabshment -! .... to supply the sas.Enwrtaining

Illness* of her son and weM downon he l presides over and runs J' The dining room of the Ocala House I the Edtors, -
the 3 o'clock train.. Her Pen waa during Dr. Ta>'k r's absence which Is', will be kept open through the Fummer." Th..-n. the respective committees 'j
alive and conscious when she reached requentv ell. some time ago. k owr.g and known as the Ocala House Cafe. ported un pr.grra5 made to I'E''I''I'I

his bed l was shipped to Ocala this momlag. have In absorbing "Hills Liver Tlcks. rate will be made to regular I: Mr Chambltss. chairman of the finance !
Mrs. Pope ac'ompan'lng: the x.t- I..- ." he made a purchase of J85: worth boarders, the week. The usual an! I committee reported that nearly I McIVER AND MacKAYBuild
mains and Messrs. ilclver. & MacKay ..f them for the drugstore. Then Dr. well known excellence of the Ocala enough moor had keen collected and !
prepare*! the body for burial. The IBterment 'aylor.' who is a practitioner probably House dining room will be maintained pledged to carry .ut the entertainment
will take place In Greenwood with a tinge wounded pride at John's 'I and' the public Is assured of the best I program; that the citizens had re-
cemetery. The funeral services will lack of confidence in his ability to there is for the table. For weekly apo.ft Jed promptly. cheerfully and liberally -
take place at V) cock tomorrow itkUr this unruly organ of the citizens. I' rates and further particular call .noc I making it a pleasant work to i
morning the Baptist churoh. anti of Crystal Iliver. remarked In a vein write C .M. Whiteaides. Manager. I.I 1 the committee: wn *dinted. Them
will be conducted by Rev Whi. of .f reproach *> Jnhn that he had bought I mey collected was ordered" turned I Complete and Ready to Occupy Cot-

Mcintosh pastor of the Chriittwichurch tn..ughto last 47 y..ars. This leaked ISBEN IS DEAD I over to Treasurer S A. Ra..te, ,
jhere and at that place. J*-. Hut and now Juhan is the object of Chairman Harris of the ..nunittee
Young was! a member of the Baratca much "guying," and life with him 1 Ii Christiana. N-rwajr.- May 24.-HenIk on arrangements reporU-d favorable tages and Residences and Furnish Them-

Society of the Baptist church and *f i not roseate vmth the joys of unfeigned Isben. the Norwegian- poet and progress. to which Mr Bawls added< ,
the Ocala Rifles. an.1 both organizations social greetings fr.m his chunr .
: dramatist. iied yesterday. He was the pleasing information that the
w 1H attend the in-ral in a body. born in 1828.!! His death was unexpected -I Ocala Elks, of which he. is a member From Cellar to Garret with Every-
George Y ung wa a brlglsl and promising SOFTNESS OF SEALSKINIs although her had been ill a long had kindly offered' the use of their hall .
yeung man. He worked for the tlrn I and reception rooms free during the

Star office for s<*ne time and bier Rivaled by Human Hair Where i session of the f->fat..rtel Association thing Needed be it an Humble

with the Ocsrta Printing Company. and Dandruff is Eradicated KILLED FOR FIFTEEN CENTS Chairman C."hitHoI4ks of the :
was alwats faithful and refreshment committee was absent .
The entire community s e"tlernanIY'1 Sealskin Is a Imired the world over at but Mr. Herman Benjamin said the
Hoke Smith Witnessed a Tragedy Palatial Home.
deeply with his bereaved for its softnes and glossiness; and committee would see! that nothing was Cottage or
the toss of her son" 'Ct the human hair Is equally as soft Chipley, Ga. lacking: ; in that Hue.On .

and glossy '".h'0 healthy: and the Columbus. Ga. May 24.-An Knn .- reception. Null Mayor McOmeity -
Mr. Long 1'01of Stephen D. l.,)g. radical caue cf: all hair trouble is ,_....._.. .<.>......_.. __,'...I, .,. ... "'hr.I"'k'n._., I u_.. ..,h.-- and Pr.'... ,iQnt.. S ( ,.!'_..t U"_ .tf-. t__n'_ Build and Wells Sunk
died of typhoid' fever at the family .fendrufr. which is cawed ba |-- pay that an outdoor political meeting I = council were ahoent Equip Deep

home! af Fort King. four miles east of iferous parasite that saps the vitality addressed by Hoke Smith. candidate Chairman I>. K. Mvlver. on tran! portati -
Ocala. at an earlv hour this morning of the hair at Its root. :-Newbro's Her- for governor, was broken up Were yesterday I I ..n. said that he had seen the \ro- Stores, Churches, School House, CourtHouses Any size or to any depth d ?ired.
Mr. Long WAS an industrlou' and capable t-l.ide is M>' only preparation that Is afternxon by a pistol duel in |ni.-tor of the livery stable and they

young man jut enterIng yomig fatal to the dandruff germ. Without 0 he edge of the (crowd in which .Joe wanted 73:; cents for eathrsori for : etc. Painting Paper Hanging
man'x state. and was well known and da nil ruff there Is no' falling hair but larstey. a farmer was etiot and killed I round trip to :Silver:, Springs and ,.0 ,
>-' universally liked hi this community. a luxuriant growth of glossy soft hair' by a man nant-l II\'In. enl.. to the Palmetto Stork Farm. Construct and Equip
The funeral' setvlaes will be aonducted Is certain. Scouring the scalp won't Irvta was then pursuwl by several: I' but felt assured sufficient team" couldbe Interior decorating. roofing etc. A com

at the grave at 10 o'clock tomorrow curt dandruff. Kill the dandruff germ. persons in the crowd whose Identity I !ecured. Phosphate Plants of any size, and a cornpetent and skilled< l corps of of workmen si-
morning by Rev. L. W. Moore and the Ttftjusand of women owe their beautiful I Is unknown and feH, shot to death I Mr. J. J. Gerig. chairman the
body will be laid to rest !Is Greenwoodcemetery. i suits of hair to Xewbro's Herpicid after running about three blocks.It committee on music said that pleaty plete stock of repair parts for same always ways ready to take charge of work.
Friends of the family are is reported that bad feeling had of music would be supplied.The .
Invited to attend.It sold by leading druggists. Send lOc. prevailed: between the men for sometime respective committees were requested carried in stock. Build r's Material
In stamps for sample to the Herplaideee on account of an indebtedness of to meet at Mr. Raw Is' office
hi. alas! true that Brother Bittin Detroit Mich. Tydings & Co. make Build
la: cents and that when they met today this afternoon to final arrange Bridges'e
ger of the Ocala Star candidateS< special agents, Ocala Fla. at the meeting the quarrel was ments. carry at all times an immense stock of

the legislature was nine 'Otoo8 shortof the renewed. Well Earned Praise And in fact, do any and all kinds of conBuilder's Material, Lime, Brick,' Plaster,
the requisite numtter to get Into Tfforts to qal"t", the men w *-e un- Mr. Rheinauer then movwl that the
second primary and Is no tonger in the FOR SALEA availing and the shooting began. retiraig president H. A. Ford and vice struction work Repairs and changes on Shingles, Lath, Paints, Oils, Hoofing
field. We are genuinely sorry for he Two in the crowd were
persons president, Jake Brown. be tendered the
la away above the average timber and slightly wounded by the flying bullets hearty thanks of the board for the all kinds of buildings. Cement, Sewer Pipe, etc.
lot of inside blinds, in good shape,
would have been QMe of the really Capable faithful and efficient manner in which
In the ash door and window frames, stair-
and forceful men legisl WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO they had filled their offices. It went
,ture. The public loss Is more than his way bannisters, office railings, marble through with a wh/top. Send us your orders. We carry by far, the largest, best and most varied stock in Cen-
own. lie has a manly card In the Star window and door sills marble
thanking his friends for loyal support doorsteps, tin roofing, floor coverings Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us .Election of OfficersAt tral Florida, and our business methods will please you.

and which chews none of the bitterness etc. .Apply to M. T. Lowman &. Co.. at Strong and HealthyAll this juncture Mr. S A. Bawls

which so often comes witti defeat. Marion county courthouse grounds.Mr. the blood In the body passes arose and called attention to the fact Yours for a Prosperous Year,
.-Live Oak DemicnaC through the kidneys once every three that the election of officers' at last

The editor of the Democrat, whose mlnuten. The kidnej-s filter the blood.Thf'Y meeting was Irregular, that the same
Leland Smoak. who earne up last should be corrected, and that the
work and When NrcIVER & 1VIacKA
night day.
edit rial columns the of the
< are envy night from Crystal Hirer" will remainto
hortage in the number of
healthy they remove about! 5 U)<) grainsof
craft will please accept the sincere attend the funeral of Mr. George impure matter daily when unhealthy (I f the board be made good: that nine ,
Young who was a member of the be .1t-et..1 instead of fi\e The motion Contractors, Builders and Furniture Dealers
thanks of the editor of the Star for his : some part of this impure matter is
Ocala Rifle. and also t< the Baracca I earrieifcPret
valued opinion .f him and his regretsat left in the bloe-d. This brings on many
lass at the Baptist church.
in the >2Tlent Munr/ie vacated the chair
bis falling Inside the dead line In diseases and symptoms-pa'n
and Vice President Jake Brown assumed so. and would and fill the office'
the racejor the legislature.. It is evident back headache nervousness bet. dry grace ,WAGONS AND BUGGIES.
C. II. Murphy the Griner Farm disorders the duties of presiding officer
rheumatism gout graveL -
that If the voters of Marten had skin much better than he could think of
strawberry grower was in town today of the eyesight and hearIng, dizziness. ; and ordered an election of nine gov
as ejcaltod an opinion of our worth asBrother d"ing. besides Mr. R., with his large
: Sherwood has. we_wo<< tlld l have and paid his respects to the Star. Mings... Irregular dropsy deposits heart debility in the drow-urine, ernors.put in nomination Thefollowing and persons unanimously were business interests had placed on his If you are thinking of buying a bugpy.: carriage, et of harness or a

captured all the democratic votes ofatrion. WILLIAM'S CARBOLIC SALVE etc. But if you keep the ulteoB right elected: D. E. Mt-Iver, B. BL Tbagard. shoulder the exacting and arduous saddle, see oui stock before doing so. We have a splendid line
But the trovbte with Brother duties of making the Ocala board of
Sh..rw84ld is. he ts t.o partial; distance with ARNICA and WITCH HAZEL you will have no trouble with yoerkidneys. Jake Bnvwn.GeriK.T T Herman Munroe. C Benjamin Rheinauer, JaM)S.* health the efficient and serviceable' carriages and buggies of all kinds styles and grades aiso heavy turk

itn<:* "n.chaiitment\ ta his visionof The best salve In the world for cuts A. C.. Rodriguez grocer nn Seventh A Bawls and C. L. Bittinger.The sanitary body it was to the city of pentine wagons, light furm wagons, and a fine stock of harne! sad);
our eaceRent 4IuaHtI_. If be tookcreature bruises sores ulcers salt rheum tet Ocala. The member would not hear I I
dies robes and in fact in this line of
avenue. Tampa Fla. says governors then elected the followIng lap whips, everything goods
ewnforta with; us he might be ter chapped bands and all skin erup of Mr. R. declining the office and rode
officers: T T. Munroe. presi
Pills for
I used Doan's Kidney avery
Inclbted ta modify hU estimate. But. tions. It is guaranteed to give satis- roughshod over his wishes. He submitted -
severe backache that had eausedme dent C. Rht'ln lut'r.Ire president C. S. A. STANDLEY & COMPANY
all the same we appreciate him and faction_or money refunded. Price 25c. and gracefully, as he always does
L. Bittinger. secretary, 9. A. :
number of
his kindness and ear with Is that the Sold by William ..1nderl on. WllUa IJJYanuractarlni great suffering a to duty and to the best Interest of the .
Democrat will keep wowing In grace : Co., Proprietors. Cleveland years. It was a dull, heavy pals which Raw. treasurer.Mr. city. West oi Square.
bothered me not only in the daytime Rheinauer, when the nominations -
and excellence keep pace with the Ohio being made declined" and Secretary's and Treasurer's Report
but even more so at night, causing me
and of Dive Oak. the
progress growth
to lose rest and sleep. The kidney secretions t'ulOJlzt'dIr: Bawls al! a man of fine The secretary was then asked for his
largest and best interior city of the the will
The of state
pharmacists were very dark; and nHined business acquirements, exceptionallyJ. report, which he summarized in the
state whose future Is bright with the June 13-14.
n.-et Orlando also too frequent statement that there 53 memberson
sediment. They were were
prospects of being a 90.000 population ---- -- NOTICE TO LAUNDRY CUSTOMERS!
and called me out of bed at night on roll; subsequently he was asked
city In 1916. _u____.. ..___. .. ._...........u ...... __ ... E. CHACE the
"I:: rn. LlII''''' & .n. '''Z "''''''J'I for a detailed report at next meet
a-nd used his medicines and likewise ing. I[ THE BARGAIN PRICES that have been in Force for the Past few Month
Rev. J. P. HilbBra who attendee, CASTORIAFor I I several different remedies including DENTAL SURGEON Treasurer Bawls then made his I will be Withdrawn Saturday night April 28th, and the Former Prices Sub

the Genial Methodist Conferenoe at I i external applications but nothing pnrt. which in substance was re-I I stituted Beginning Monday Morning, April 30th.
Birmingham and passed through Ocala Infants: and Children. brought any beneflt I saw an advertisement Office Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bld'g February I, 1904 to February L 1
Monday to attend commenceaient exercises : about Doan's Kidney Pills received from ex-Treasurer H. C.
The Kind You Hate Bought I .
Always OCALA, FLA. The Ocala Steam.
at Sutherland Seminary tells Laundry
and got a box of the pills and tried Jones $74,67; collections from the :see-I
p. good one on Vice President Fairbanks -
them. I was very much gratified with retary February 1, 1904. to '
at that conference. Of course Beers the '' I the result. Since using the pills I have Terms Cash. 1906. J555. Total. $69.&.. I
all our readers know that this dre>tineeulshed SigDatureotCOTTAGES not had the backache at all. The urine ment: Secretary's salary DiSburse-I i

etate&man frowt the HoosUr Is clear and free fro-.n sediment and I months, $20:; : postals !
State has been a life long Method feel better in every way. I am very express receipt books ., $38.50; FIVE YEARS AGO
and prominent as a lay delegate to Its McIYER & MACKAY '
AT SEABREEZE much pleased to recommend Doan's smoker in armory. 6.05; work in car-
conferences While at this conferencehe Anyone in Ocala. desiring a cottageat Kidney Pills to other sufferers' from rylng city bond Issue. 147.40; county '
was called on for an address. :He Seabreeze beach for the summer. these trouble." -' fair dinners at Ocala House $IS; state IF.I I HAD KNOWN THAT OCALA PROPERTY

spoke on church unity hew desirableIt can get In communication own- For sale by all druggists. Price 50cents. FUNERAL DIRECTORS fair badges $50:> ; advertising.. in Indus- WOULD ADVANCE IN PRICE AS IT HAS I

would bt' for the Northern and er for terms, price etc. by applyingto Foster-Milburn Co, Buffal, N. trial Record. $30. Total $509.:> 5. May WOULD HAVE BOUGHT ME A HOME. THIS
Southern Conferences ,of this great the Star.R. Y. sole agents for the United States. Undertakers and Embalmers :e. 1906. balance of cash on hand. REMARK. IS OFTEN HEARD IN OCALA.
church to be one; what an Impetus and Remember the name-Doan's--and $In..%. Report was received and filed.
power It would be for God's kingdom. take no other. D. E. MelVER M. G. BROWN Under the head of new business, Mr.
etc. In the fervor of his heurt and D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK. Undertakers Rheinauer indulged in a few valuable FIVE YEARS FROM NOW
glow of feeling he made an ImpassIoned FIRE SWEPT FAIRBANKSSeattle suggestions along the line of what he
appeal fop this unity saying that" Caskets and Burial RobesAll "
FULLER & BLALOCK Fine was pleased to term his "hobby.
with a unity of "republicanism could Wash.. May 24.-A special" Work Done by Licensed Embalmers namely for the board to have Its own I PEOPLE WILL BE MAKING THE SAME RE.
sweep Satan from this lair republic of DENTAL SURGEONS stales that the entire business' portionof Guaranteed.WOMEN. rooms literature, stationery etc.-a MARKS. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY REAL
ours. It was only for a moment when I FaIrbanks Alaska was burned yes and Fully regular social club room here friends ESTATE WHILE LOTS ARE CHEAP AND

he hawed discovered a moment his. error took a hummed swallow and of Office Ortr Mnsroe &: Chimbliss1 Bank I terday. could met and confidential business' I MONEY EASY TO GET. I HAVE
The lose Is estimated at JLOOO.OvO.
water. looked out over his audience FLA. There were some remarks made by
OC"LA. It is feared that the food supply was
caught the twinkle In their eyes, and destroyed although the details received Mr Chambliss on membership; that FIVE HUNDRED LOTS
proceeded. knowing full well that they Terms Cash.ooooooooooo are meager. he deemed it best for firm members to
knew It was only a slip of the tongue. be separate members. Jake Brown took

Fairbanks Is a large, new town in issue on the ground that In his ab- 1 LESS THAN ONE MIL E FROM THE COURT
J. A. CampbelU superintendent ctT the the Tanana mining region, and the will find in rozLEY"s LeoN: vnce his brother could .and should HOUSE THAT I AM S ELLING VERY CHEAP, .
Ocala Water Works, has removed the o objective point of the railroad being I ELIxia. the ideal laxative, a leprefent him; that what interested AND ON TERMS NEVER HEARD OF BEFORE -
structure at, flie south end of the o built from Valdez on the south coast pleasant and thoroughly reliable til 11. commrcially. financially and In I IN OCALA-

pumping station removed the boiler , A large batch of newspapers from remedy' without the a business way did every other mem-
will replace It with another of double 0 WHY there was received at the Star office J lE.aSt: danger or 'Possible harm li T of his firm.

the parity, and then erect over it a o 7e<<'tn-day. to them in any condition On motion of Mr. Chamblira the. FIVE DOLLARS CASH
brick ad-JKIon 18x42. When this work o peculiar to themselns. chair appointed a committee of threeto

is completed the pumping station wIll I* OUR BUSINESS GROWING? Pleasant in taste mild inaction revise' the constitution and by-laws
possess the best physical equipment I It O STOP GRUMBLINGIf and thorough; in results. o* the board. i BALANCE ONE DOLLAR PER WEEK. EVERY -

ever' had. It will have two 100 horse 0' 0 you suffer from rheumatism or Tested for 3S ye5TS.5cc. Mr Rheinauer arose and said he did WORKING MAN CAN NOW OWN A

Bower boilers of the beet makes the 'I BECAUSE I4ttas.for Ballard's Snow Liniment will and 11.00 per bottle at not desire to encroach on the powersof HOME.
pumps three in number, are In fine o bring quick relief It Is a sure cure for all Drug Stores.. the president, but respectfully: suggested -

condition. The old boiler :will be plac 0 rprains. rheumatism" contracted mus- that the president appoint Mr.
*d at the west' end of the bullying for '0 We have the de and all pains-and wIthin the MOZLEY'SLEMON S A. Bawls on that committee beeaose B.H.. SEYMOUR
heating water. Mr. Campbell is a 0 reach of aiL Price 25c. 50c. and Jl. nf his excellent" business! Judgment and ,.

most efficient! and capable manager o C. R. Smith, Tenaha Texas, writes. I I ELIXIR clear perceptions of the needs of the OCALA FLORIDA
and,his company appreciates: his *rue goods and theo "I have used Ballard's Snow Lln- board with these instruments.' The
worth. mer.t in my family for years and have i "One Thwe CmlnD ." president graciously acceded to Mr.
o. found It a fine remedy for all pains R>. wishes and appo nted the following -
Keep hi mind an and aches. I commend it for pains that committee
good people l of Ocala prices members on
o 0 lu the chest. Sold by 'nU- lonopoI I THE
the tact II Chambttes and
that Bawls
the State Press Aeso I Ii nemely, Messrs.!' ORICINALtNNEfnA
elation win meet hi Ocala next Tues 0 & Drugstore.Sid :i Biggs.
II' and The Wednesday and is part of o all orders our pero Sligh. the commission man In A Choice Stock There Won't Be Any Fourth of July . .The idea of
varied. will o
At the rsnuest of several membersof the bowels and thus in expelling
be lnt.r sting and Instructive and It Jacksonville, doesn't like the way thlit. on .
It free sonal! attention. o Augustine people: treated him on Of Fresh Beef Pork the board and merchants of the
Sw all who will lend their pres city. the secretary preented the mat- colds from the system is new and original
Mr Mantern'
deal He bought
ence.Ocala is lt appreciative city and that And Mutton but those present were dead
we do think and feel for something o Try us and see. 0 ment. Masters learned of a bettor price against Ocala. it. and the request was Ignored.
his eise-where Sligh
above mere sor.fldaees. and sent product
0 learning this stopped p.lyraent on Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry, There being no further business, the

'- Mr. Venue* Stevens, a new. dealer In 1 0. K. GROCERY check Dismukes sent of Masters.the bank Then posted President Sligh. Eggs, Fish, Oysters and board Attorney adjourned T. Biggs meet was In Jane.enrolledas A certain safe and harmless remedy for
Shawnee < ty. Oklahoma win Iease .
and since! then there has been a Kot Choice Fresh Family Groc a member.
accept our thailks for several late. cop I I all Cough's ,Croup Whooping Cough
lea of that <*ty's L BROS0oooooooooo time and now Sligh will sue President cries always on hand from I
papers containing an PHOXE 174. CLARK Dismukes for injuring his credit and A BAD BURN I La Grippe Bronchitis Influenza and all
interesting of the 0
report meeting at o
that place af the Press Associations of business standing.FAMOUS which to do your marketing. Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers HONEY

Oklahoma and Indian Territory. whim Sen. or bring us your or- For a painful burn there Is nothinglike I praise the children's favorite Kennedy's
STRIKE BREAKERSThe DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Ther. I
consolidated :
and numbered 400
ders and they will have host of imitations of DeWitt's Laxative Honey and Tar'COUCH
members. Shawnee treated them roy- THE HERMITAGE most famous strike breakers lathe are a
ally. land are Dr. King's Xew'Lif* Pill,*- prompt attention Witch Hazel Salve on the market se! '
DAIRY When liver and bowels go on strilw. bat you get the ynutne. Ask for De- SYRUP TAR

J. Y. Stephens who was tried before II ey quickly settle the trouble and the W. E. SMITH: Vitt's. Good. too. for sunb Frsh and Pure. Milk and Cream".red work right on. Best braises, and esr>eclally recommendedfor
Judge lieS charged with erabezzl lurtfying goes hepat"ecS .t the laboratory of X. C. D WJTT A CO.. CHICAGO. V. .. A.
DeWItt te.Co
ment by Harry Every Morning at Your cere for constipation headache an-1 St. piles. The name E. C. I
Stalberg. was bound Xo. 98 Magnolia
DoorPHONE Chicago Is on every box. Sold by' rra BXO oovzs ucssox AID rn BOOT szs. oa BVXBT SOTTLB.
In the of dizziness. 25c at Tydings & Ce.. drug-
ever sum $500 to await the
actlON of the grand jry. 150 gists. PHONE 77 the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE OCALA. FLA .


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6 A Pleasant, Homelike House .- met ....'&.L I r growing That the wild,roots in of our many American retire forests plants, Culpepper aged about S3 yean", GEO J. BUTCH T.H.r. < "
and for citizen of
or a good many years a
remarkable for the
possess :: properties cure
Umeadat cf human maladies is well proven. Even Micanopy. died very suddenly and under -
; Elegant Airy Rooms and the the PastorTiv Drugstore
; the untutored Indian had learned the rather unusual circumstances at The Strong Hold theCOMMERCIAL ,
r curative value of some; of these and the Palmetto Hotel conducted by Mrs
r yam' very Choicest Table Board. Ladies, have you seen the patent taught the early settlers their uses. The P E. Brigance, in this city at 7 o'clock
nalr dryer at the Postoffice Drugstore. Indian never liked work so he wanted tits yesterday afternoon. Mr. Culpeppercame .

Rates squaw to gt well as soon as possible that to this house several days BANK
,1 Special in Summer to j i she might do the work and let him hunt. ago. ,
Mr and Mr. Smith of Center Hill I Therefore he and was seemingly In good health.
/I dug'papuuae root"for her,
Weekly and Monthly Boardc' were In the city this afternoon.Phone for that was their great remedy for female Yesterday morning he ate a hearty OCALA, *LA.
weaknesses. Dr. Pierce use the breakfast and about 9 o'clock went

ers. your Items of news any tim Favorite same root -called Blue Coho&h-in his down town to nave a physician dress Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced by Its Large
Prescription skillfully combined his hand which had been bitten by a
of the day or evening: to 51, 121 or 265. with other that
: agents male. it fly and was paining him so severely and Increasing Business
-- -
; MRS. HATCHELL, more effective than any other med tine in
Jno. S. Pe.lrftk of Cornell was In the curing all the various weaknesses and that be was afraid of blood poisoning.He .
city this aft rnoon. painful derangements peculiar to women. sat on the porch of the hotel be-
Proprietress. Many afflicted women have been saved fore leaving and was counting his

from the operating table and the *urpons money, spreading the bills out smoothly -
OCALA FLORIDA Telephone 325 for Ice cream. Hew- knife by the timely use of Doctor across his knee. Mrs. Brigance says
ett and Bridges. Pierce's Favorite Prescription., Tenderness
he 'had number of bills and from
.- - -- --- --- over the lower pelvic region with a IT IS FOR
backache spells of dizziness, faintness, what she says of the money it is sup-
Mr. K. S. Upham of South Lake Weir
bearing down pains or distress should! not posed he had between $20 and J30. sal '
was in the city today on business. go unheeded. A course of Favorite Prescription Mr. Culpepper went up town had r

LAMP SALEAT I will work marvelous benefitin his hand dressed got in a hack and
Telephone S26 For Ice cream can- all such cases, and generally effect a returned to the boarding house Whenhe : ,.= "WHAT?*'
permanent cure if persisted In for ,
dies and fruits. Hewett and Bridges. a reasonable arrived, and in fact most of the
length cf time. The 'Favorite
Prescription" is a harmless agent being way there he was fearfully sick and MHm MASTER'S VOICC"
There were twenty-one arrivals at wholly prepared from native medicinal: was not able to hold up his" head. A
the Montezuma yesterday. root, without a drop of alcohol l in its physician was summoned and when he
make up, whereas all other medicines i arrived he saw very plainly that the THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINEIt
put up for sale through druggists,: for
man was dying. The end came at 7
Have you catarrh See W. L. Ditto woman's peculiar ailments contain large
THE VARIETY STOREMONDAY for tria! package of Dr. Blosser's Ca- quantities of spirituous liquors which o'clock the man never- becoming con-

tarrh Cure.Thirteen. are very harmful, especially to delicatewomen. scious after reaching the house. It is is the machine that will give you the most
Favorite Prescription contains supposed that his blood was in very
mules for one day's sale neither alcohol nor harmful habit- bad shape and he was excessively bilious pleasure at the least cost for the longest time.
forming drugs. All its ingredients are and this brought
on congestionIn
1 by hush Nuhote It not a bad showing.Our .
printed on each bottle It la
wra >
MAY 28 1906'Special {per. a a very acute form. When Mr. Cul-
powerful invigorating: tonic imparting
ppper reached the house he bad exactly WHY
health ?
line of toilet soaps, perfumes and strength in particular to the
cosmetics Is & organs distinctly feminine. For weak 50 cents In his pocket. He spent
unsurpassed. Tydinga and sickly women. who are "worn-out,* only a small sum for medical advice
Company.The or debilitated, especially for women who and medicine and it may never be Because you cannot go to the Opera, but
work in store. oftce or school-room who known where the balance went to. Cor-
for the day is a Flat Ocala House had forty-one arrivals !sit! at the typewriter or sewing machine, onor Bullock thought that an Inquest

jesterday good summer day'sbusiness. or nursing bear heavy mothers;household Dr. Pierce's burdens FavoritePrescription and for might be advisable but after looking THE OPERA CAN COME TO YOU 1

will prove a priceless benefit Into the case deemed it unnecessary.Mr. .
Hand Lamp fitted with a No because of its health restoring and and Mrs. Brigance gave the unfor- in the form of an indestructible record, and

Fresh shipment of Swiss cheese at strength-giving power. tunate man every care and attention

Martinet's French Bakery.Mr For constipation! the true scientificcure after he was stricken. will be with you long after the opera has
Burner No. \ Wick and No.
I is Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelleu
Mr. Culpepper has a married daughter -
ceased to be staged. You always
11 lid, harmless. can
: C. E. Herrick and son of Crystal yt sure. Mrs Z. M. Price In Micanopy.

River were guests of the Ocala House who was notified of her father's death

\ Chimney worth 25c.for ysttrday. A CARD TO THE PUBLICI iy wire last night and came down to HEAR WHAT PLEASES YOU MOSTat
Ocala with her husband on the noon
: 1 Oc
When traveling via the A. C. L. or desire to state to the public thatI train today and accompanied the ren.sirr ? time want and
only home for buriaL Messrs. Smith any you as long as
when in need of a mileage book, call I am now with Mr. A. E. Burnett, the and Roberts the body for
on R T. Adams city ticket agent at I jeweler, where I would be pleased to prepared you want. :: :: :: :: n ::
burial and kept it in their undertakingrooms
I the
Ocala House.
serve my friends. Respectfully,
until train time today. Mr. Cult'pl'r -
J. C. Smith.
> has another married daughterin
Electric house wiring. Guaranteed Jeweler and Watchmaker.Mr. (
New York a Mrs. Rosa Kells. 2.
We have a large line of material and workmanship. The Yonge RECORDS

; & Cline Co. John M. Graham as soon as his
successor Is elected the council,
by city

kitchen dining ] and !/ Mr. Ernest McLIn left today for and he is relieved of his duties as city Order No. 9- Ocala. May 21. 1906. :350 $ 1 OO sQ9.
\ Florida on a several days' business clerk. will enter the abstract business
You ordered to
trip. which he followed several years priorto are hereby appearat New records every month and a new supply always on hand
the tomorrow. May 25, at
accepting his present position. Mr. 9:15 a. m.. sharps! for the of
The I
parlor lamps. pricesin Graham has leased the abstract books
The best bed and the best board In and business known as the Marion attending the funeral of our comrade.I
Florida for the money can be had at Abstract George A. Young. Blue uniforms will
County from Mr.
Colonel Shipman's Montezuma HotelMessrs. ; be worn with white military standing OCALA FURNITURE
onr window tell the L.soon X. as Green he Is and relieved.will take Mr.charge Green as collar and white gloves. CO

By order of G. A. Nash Captain.
Mclver & MacKay shipped will devote his time exclusively to his
2nd Com'dg. Co. A.
between: 1200 and 1500 pounds of paintto growing legal practice. Infantry
Crystal River today for :Mr. C. E.
Kerrick's handsome new residence DOGGONE! 'A NEW PIPE ORGANThe GADSON'S KNIFE IS

members of the Methodist
Palmer's Perfumes and soaps sold Strayed, a half grown fox terrier female -
church have practically decided to buya
and guaranteed by us. The Postoffice puppy, long tail white with blackhead CUTTINC PRICES.

more special for this ,day is I Drugstore.Mr. : answers to the name of Tot- pipe will organ be the for largest the church.and finest The organ In-
sieA reasonable reward will be paid
I the city and of the very latest design TILL THE BLOOD FLOWSBOY'S
and Mrs. \V. !.. Colbert and for her return to the Anti-Monopoly
a Parlor Lamp with Gilt Base I children have gone to their former Drugstore, or Harry Walters. and will be constructed specially to fit
the space in the church. This will be
home near Arcadia to spend a few
a splendid addition to this large and PANTS
days Mr. Colbert is the faithful and NEW PEACHES
No. 2 Burner Chimney and I efficient\ assistant in the tax collector rapidly growing church.

'!: office. New peaches will be received every 100 pairs of Boy's Washable
..''lay at Hewitt and Bridges.We HOW'S THIS

Ring. Cylinder and Globe in Why take a dozen things to cure I We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- Knee Pants sizes 5 to 17years.
have received advance
that cough Kennedy's Laxative Honey II a big ward for any case of Catarrh that can-

two decorations embossed flow and Tar drives the cold opt through shipment of summer goods, such as not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. i .:: 25c. to 1
hammocks of all kinds and grades
your bowels. Sold! by the Antl-Mo- J. Cheney & Co. Toledo O. I 35c.19c
bamboo porch screens, willow porch
I1C poly Drugstor- We, the undersigned, have known F. Will be
and lawn chairs and settees. Mclver goods.
ers. Height 19 inches. : & MacKay.Mrs. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him honorable In all
Mr. Thomas Hoopes' of West Chester, perfectly

Pa., returned yesterday from a fishing busineSS' transactions, and financiallyable 300 pair Men's Half Hose, all sizes. Regular I5c. Q-
i .
iI E. T. Helvenston has gone to to out madeby
trip to I.-O port, mar Brooksville. andis carry any obligations -
'I now a guest of the Ocala House. Wekiwa Springs to spend ten days or his and 30c. goods, for_____________ _ _. _____._ ____
two weeks', and from there will go to firm.Walding; Kinnan & Marvin.Wholesale 100 Men's -
and Boy's Suspenders white and
SALE BEGINS AT 9 A. M. Mrs.' F. O/Reagan: and children will Plant City to spend some time with Druggists. Toledo O. t5c

arri>e in a few days from Winona, her sister. Mrs. \V. D. Turnley. Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken internally fancy. Regular 25c. goods, now ___ ._ ______
---- -- ----- ----
--. --- ---- ----_.------ --- ---- -- - 50
-- Miss, ?nd will remain in Ocala for a acting directly upon the blood dozen Men's, Boy's and Ladies Linen Collars, all 5c
week r\r two with Mr. Reagan, when Baseball goods largest line we and mucous surfaces of the system.
AV T. Riley president of the Montgamery they will all go down to their future have ever shown. Come to us and get Testimonials' sent' free. Price 75c per styles, IOc:. and I5 c. goods, nowMEN'S ____________.____

s Cooperage Company of Mont- home *t Brooks\ille. what you want. The Postofflce Drugstore bottle.: Sold by all druggists. TakeHall's
samery. Ala., is dead. The Ocala .
Family Pills for constipation. SHIRTS AND SHIRT-WAISTS
O'oop.erage Company over which :Mr.
.[..tclar ir, ,,-. IL Clark is manager is a branch of The choicest Ice cream can be had

the Montgomery institution.Seessel by telephoning to Hewett and Bridges. daughter Mrs. E.. Miss Van Bessye Hood Porter is visiting, at Tam-her PICNIC PRICE t, We hare 25 to 30 dozen 50c., 75c. and-

I & Ashner Memphis, is one This office will ship this wf't'k100 or pa. Miss Bessye will return with her The fare for the union picnic will be t::' $* and $1.50 Shirts and $*.50and$2
mother. 40 cents for adults and 20 cents for
of the best melon houses in the coun- COO pounds ot printed matter to :Miami Shirt-Waists for the
They Geo.
men. are
children, plus 5 cents from Eastlake
and much to Plant ,
try. They also can handle other fruits shipped nearly as t 'r \
and vegetables to the best advantage. City early in the week. Come In and see our goods. If It Is across the lake to the old chantauqua ;J:7JI / P. Ide Goods, the best on eatth. The new-
grounds. Get ready, little ones and
In and don't
line ask
our you see It. /
big ones for the union Sunday school 'Jc :. \' est things in stripes dots checks and white1'
of loupes Bros & Darlington, who for It. We have many goods not yet ; ;t\,, ; ,
Mrs. M. Blum wife the popular picnic June 7.HANDSOME .
,5PJaING' salesman at the Boston Store. left yesterday have moved from Ocala-to Brooksville unpacked. Ocala Music Company.FOR 11/ pleated bosoms, also black satines. While

inTHE" Ir PACKAG I i Xew York with City M.spend Handrlsman the summer for of have fine purchased hammock outright, hardwood 10.0OO timberlands acres RENT-One-half of large TABLES AND CHAIRS I they last they will be sold at >f JA .

PERFECTION; CANOPY with her mother. in that section. It is said that house, Pleasant surroundings. Rent A I each. Come early and make cL aLCSyour
; for wood and Iron beds and children's In ten years when they will have cheap to desirable party. Apply at Messrs. Hewitt and Bridges have just -

cribs, supplied with either boblnet of I probably used all of the available hardwood Star office. 6-15. placed in their store a number of very ,' ,1 selection, as they are ont
plain netting. For sale by McIver & The choicest drugs( are compounded from toe land the land alone handsome ice cre-am'tablE-s and chairs \\Il
the counters for all to and seIe t.lrom.
; Mac Kay."HERE'S. In your prescriptions by only registered ,.iII be worth much more than the Mrs.' M. A. Hatchell entertained and stools for the soda fountain. The see

I. pharmacists when they are sent to cjr.ipany paid far It. beautifully yesterday afternoon at the furniture is mahogany and metal andIs There are plenty of sizes for all.
handsome and durable.
Tr: Zings: l. Co. Oklawaha Inn in honor of her nephew. very

I TO YOU""and I Master George Miller of Inverness
I who spent a month with her and returned Splendid corner lot on Oklawaha av-
Miss Alice Bullock daughter of
The bottom layerof enue front of the Standley residence: THE OCALA BAZAR
J may you Judge W S. Bullock, who has been home today. There were twen
ty-five Ice and 105 feet east and west on the avenueby
present. cream
attending Ward Seminary. NashMlle.
live long andprosper. Tenn.. returned home yesterday. a box of cake were served and with games and 100 feet rorth and south; fine shade, '
I music it etc To be sold at very low price at
: was a very enjoyable afternoon -
once. Ditto & Maloney. F. P. GADS N
to all.
That's how we 'I Porch Rockers Seats and Out-of- ,
Door Goods be fOund at our store.
can - -- -- --
wish it for you The Ocala Furniture Company. I have loaded cars among the same'
shippers for four seasons' on the lower -
for 1900. Just I East Coast. There better
are no
examine our Miss Katie Mitchell an attractive CANDIESbrings houses in Baltimore Cincinnati. Washington CLOSE MESH AMERICAN FENCE.
young lady of ummerfield, who has
and Memphis than those I represent -
line of 4 been visiting Mrs. Ed Freyermuth, returned Give them a trial and you willbecome
forth Sit hK1
y home today. many a regular shipper. H. Dove Al-
I-s ,
? 6:1: I eJi1I//JII6
JEWELRYand : delirious morsds lison. 6
FOR RENT-For the summer partof v !n

a large. well located residence, fur- and surprises Mrs Sanders and lovely daughter. See 6 ,, I These

start the nISht'mily' with uo small, chil- as fiie t tog layer May, of wull\1I1t', Ky. who spent! the How 3...L.... Close
dren. / L it the Star office. .
winter in Ocala will leave tomorrowfor ,
prosperity ball J 6 2- .ltot. .
: home, to the regret of a host of Meshes
a'rolling by A i T W. TROXIER.c1A.M Close : .
1tr LIt'st"nt out to Berlin friends they made during their stay

making a ''d'' today to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. here. 'W.ffTh
purchase ;
i I i\" SeHt>rs.I Turn
"Hand- .
Go to the Ocala News Co. and geta Meshes
some is as a' Zion safety razor. The best yet. ; : Lttt1e .
I We carry the argeet and very best ,... .
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handsomedoes" assortment of druggist's sundries in Are. 1P1gs. --

the city. Ty dings & Co. Mr*, Geo. F. Dittmer entertainedv

and -terday afternoon In honor of her HEAVY WIRES, CLOSE MESH PIG TIGHT.

you'll be handsome Don't fail to try the fancy new |I -ilstfMrs.. Walter Burrell. the mem-

and feel drinks and Ices at the Anti-Monopoly t i,{"-s of the Married Ladies Club. Progressive Top and bottom bars Xo. 10, galvanized wire; Intermediate bars, No. 11, galvanizedwire
i whist was the and Mrs.
Drugstore on and after April 19. '
handsome ... I Eaglet was the successful contest- ; Stays, Xo. 12, galvanized wire, 12 inches apart.

> mt for the lovely prize.
for No house in the east is making better i I I
every -
purchase _ LARGE STOCK
sales than T. H. Evans & .
S Tte thi!: la C i "
greatr : Merchant Sumter Brooks. Turpentine -
you make from our timore Try them and you will become I
the W.r:.i ts kffftcsmtn Operator J. W. Sellers and S. D.
stock. Everything is cheap. a regular shipper. JUllg It/si&g Atkinson represented the Berlin section The Largest Stock of Light and Heavy

"We make in town today.WAITEDDistiller.
Repairing a special William Deubel has gene Into the

ty. growing of tomatoes and has a fine It Joe this: in'a natural way. It HARDWARE, SASH, DOORS AND

patch near the Silver Springs road. is not a cosmetic or artificial kin and cooper at

about -H miles out from town. lie It clean the OneaFs turpentine farm Tampa. Good
has & fine stand and it is fruiting costing. simply pores position and good pay to a good man. BLINDS FARM MILL ANDMINERS'
gi.<3 the blood free orcvlaooa, W. T. Hendricks, Manager, R. F. D. ,
beautlfulllie will begin tv> ship in I
e a few days. remove a3 wnnklea, and uxuret a X. 2.Geo.. _

i clear, hr'kiy, well groomed SUPPLIES, PAINTS
G. Mathews went down to his
IF YOU DONT frcijaect ire from now will
i I camp in Citrus county today to pay off
Succeed the first time use Herbin keep you young looking and good his men. He- will be back Saturday. OILS ETC. ETC.

and you will :gat Instant relief. The lootirg. Joe Lad Ji.oo per jar. I His opponent for the legislature. K S. ,

It is quite Interesting to lee the tTeatest liver regulator. A positivecure Light was In town today, fraternizing.Both Carried In Central Florida.
wagonloads of vegetable crates going for constipation! dyspepsia malaria Call at our store candidates are confident of winning __

\ out of Ocala In all directions showing chills and all liver complaints. Jor sampleAntiMonopoly They will have several joint discussions This !i. the Implement tor Y.ur Spain a Crops.

t that our farmers are-In the trneking Mr. C-. of Emory. Texas writes: : at Anthony. Reddick and Mc- We Exclusive for ELLWOOD Fence ..A180.MFRION .
are Agents
< business in a small :way, and we trust "My wife has been using Herbin. for Intosh.
i they will get good returns for their herself and children for five years. It

c labors. : !i- a sure cure for constipation and malaria Drugstore WEATHER FORECAST HHRDWHRE CO.

fever, which is substantiated by I

Phone Xo. S85. Martinet's French what it has done for my family. Sold Washington. May. 24.-Occasional
Eatery. Free delivery. by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. rain tonight and Friday. HARRY B. CLARKSON, General Manager.

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of the Mast Noonou Are Immediately I A Big Circus Elephant Held Up a
---- Better thank you. In fact: qa.te; well
From the view point of the averageman made of native roots-Nature's own to be Deported by the I Fat round and iaH of life and mischief Train and Fatally Wounded, a Man Mothers !

housework is very easy. The wife .restoratives., comp onded after a formula I United States Government In-liana poll*. Haj 22.-tlaj> diibigcst :
it right at home. She iA her own mistress. concerning which there can be no I Pink and white flesh dotted with diav:: .
f"1 banthlt. the Robfnssonr :
She can Bit do*.n and re.t any question by skilled chemists and bythoroughly Washing. May Warrants for pies. No cough no ind geitioa. i i held up the train on which she ,i Look ouTJ for your Children ? [
the of noted anarchists |
time. She can even to bed for a scientific Doctor seven .
go nap processes. I All on account of
if she feet like it. the; can order her Pierce is perfectly willing to let everyone I are coon to be issued in Baltimore ; \ '.s traveling at Betfatt. south of Health while they are young.
M:! CJty.. & night for half
ttiran &
household affairs *ust to suit her ownS know that his "FAVORITE PEEj j I looking toward the immediate deportation ...,
convenience If she doesn't feel equalto SCRIPTIOV" contains Blue C boeh root. of the men to Italy r jr end fatally injured a man on th"inroad

doing work to-day she can do it Lady's Slipper root Unicorn root,Black Commissioner G-n-r Sargent of I platform who was watchingher r
to-morrow That's the beaatifol theory ColK*>h root and Golden Seal root. the bureau of imngrath was in Baltimore m 11J11 cntic
of the average man. Every doctor know that such a prescription yesterday in consultation with : The big elephant was in the car n.zt fiLfl4[ t

Just suppose the Egyptian taskmasters is benncial in the dueaees the authorities For tonne time the i tit the engine and Just as the trti: ,ji :
I .:J t-w un at sh fined her trui.k
wen they made the required of women and when properly compounded I Baltimore authorities have been "n'the |' ; .
daily t..e of bricks tax the uttermost is certain to effect a cure in i it .lookout for the anarchi",ts. s ...!r-j : adnf:;;:s'ered! by a mo' .er whose love : with a itr from the flIgi tank ,k-- .
of human strength bad said to the nearly all cases when given a fair trial. of whom here flocked to Americawithin I !' lug - was tempere.1ith cu: :mon sense. '
toiling glares, "Don', hurry take a t i Every bottle of the FAVORITE: PRE- I the past" six month Baltimorf- drove them from the cab. Every time a great medicine for children. It keeps their liver active

rest every now and then-only don't I bciupnos" leaves Dr. Pierce's I it appears was mode the headquartersof She knows that OZOMLLSION: i'i i I they tried to return the elephant" in a mild gentle manner you will free a healthy color appear

forget that your tale: of bricks incut immense laboratories in Buffalo, >. Y., 1I these persons! who it l III believed are a fountain of euerjy for thrw a !stream of water ever them :| on their cheeks, and illness lot thorn will be a thing of tbepast.

be all right at night or else there'll be i I has plainly printed upon its wrapper planning to hold an international oonKTfs I too. It stops waste of flesh.bTOWU-CPS'I'.1 C'harJ.silliamn.. a resident of !
trouble.'' .' of which is Relfarf was standing on the nation
all the ingredients it in America this nummer plenty of rich blood. For A Positive Cure
There's the fact. There are the poeed. Thus Dr. Pierce proves platform when Ran suddenly tamest

day's duties fo be got through and the world bis own confidence in the com-I' PELICANS ARE PENURIOUS is the chief nounsher at life'sfeast. a trunk full of waiter on bun He was'" t CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND

women who can rest may not. The edy which for forty years has It cures Consumption when knocked from the pat form and rolkd '- FORIs it
woman, ,.-ho. when she married, said, his name 'and which is People of Louisiana tAken ta tim' All druggists sell it- down an embankment and wa'" pickedup
.Now, 1'11be my own m trf' through the Uciu-d States and Canada Lynched a Negro urM-<__ . Three ribs were broken BILiOUSNESS AND ALL
herself a slave to household cares and ; England Australia, and in parts of I Who Had Stole. a Dollar 53 cents an:! $1.00 the bcttle. Let ui :; and one of them. it was thought \ UER COMPLALYTS.

duties. i South Aml'rKafrica and Asia\ as a Shre"*port. Lt. May 23.-Tom Jat-k- I end you I! had been driven into the stomach l :

And oht f how much that woman i sovereign cure for th*e diseases which, M n. a negro mho had been anted Free Bottle! ( j No .tve dared go near the car and : \ Mrs. J. Hopkins, ManI -
need rest sometimes She broalies! and :, unchecked, make oar women old before f
scrubs, and rolls pastry! her temples their time. a white. boy. of I L was lyn<-hed I Write letter or postal toOZOMUISION j' off nntU she had practically drained :. A't W*, have used Herbine for
throbbing her back aching, her nerves It will be ix4iced that there is no ac IUnrar welve I' the tank.-Vew York Sun. Tu .- . _l yearknowonobetterfert !
Lax .
quivering under the trees of. pain. l alcohol in the FAVORITE PREBCRIPTION nor* of here today miles CC. 'I . \ chills and fever, headache,
What ehe would give if she could just .* Dr. Pierce never believed in I Th W Pine Street. Mew York I biliousnessetc, My children
creep upstairs and throw herself on the j nsing alcohol in the preparation" of his nrgroa bodriddlt'd with bullets ---- -- --- CANDLERCandler. I are never sick. I will
was found in
bed in a darkened room and rest. I' famous household remedies. For it, ha a MId half a mite : : use it alwaySo"PRICE
Rest would temporarily relieve the I 1 suit;- tntes chemically pure glycerine, I from m-iu-re he had been capturwd. I Fla. May 33.-The toads jcn

strain, doubtless, but it would be the ; which has wonderful properties for extracting here bcl* ginK to Hugh White of Cov-! 50c.

same story over again: -morrow. The the medicinal principles of DIXIE FLYER ROUTE ingtoH. 7a.. have been said to Mr .

real need of weak nervous women is l'OQtsand preserving them at their full I. Spurn of K .nwood. Mo. who wW '

strength and that need is fully met strength" without any deleterious effect The Nashville, Chattanooga and Saint esgage in peach growing as will also I BallardSnowlinimentCoSold .
and satisfied by Dr. P erce' Favorite i whateier. SIn .1 Louis Railway T. E. Williams of Seymour Mo. who I :
soo-soz l'iorth; Sewed
Prescription. It makes weak women I favor of Dr. Pierce'e medicines last winter, purrha. the Hickardproperty .

strong and sick women well. It removes I is the frank, confiding:, open honest ,, The X C & St- L. Ry_ announces thefoilowlng : .: ST. LOUIS It\o..
the causes of women's weakness statement of their full composition, induced rates' for the roundtrip Rev \,'. H. Bane of Trittflelphia.V. I % J _

tranqu-bzea: and invigorates the giving every ingredient in plain E from Jacksonville during June- I Va. who has", taken the r 'torate of
nerves, encourages the appetite and gli ik. without fear of successful criticism July and August. These rates are I the Methodist< Episcopal church here
induces restful sI vp. 'Favorite Pre and with confidence that the special and in addition to the regular and at Relh-view has arrived with his I I

scription" is a pceitne cure for the good sense! of the afflicted will lead summer" touri""t rates fri effect from I family and entered upon his new field

most complicated and obstinate ease them to appreciate this honorable manner May 15 to October 31. inclusive to of labor. Re%.. C. W. Dean takes his and Recommended by
of lencorrhea excessive (flowing, painful t f confiding to them what they are I summer resorts throughout the Xorth, I' work at that flare II

menstruation, unnatural suppressions taking into their stomachs when making South and IVest.Montesgle. I The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore

and i irregularities, prolapsus or nsti of these me ** HAD A CLOSE CALL - --- -- ---- ---- - -- -- -- - ------
falling of the womb weak back female I Dr. Pierce feels that he can afford to and popular rummer resort in I I

weakness antevereion, retrore/sion, i take the afflicted into his fail confidence the South. and should receive ( I ---- I
bearing- own sensations, chronic con- and lay all the ingredients of I, eration from everyone "t".n'id-I j "A dangerous "surgical, operation In. I II
inflammation and ulceration his medicines freely before them be- volvin the removal of a malignant ul ATlAt LINE
gestion, I a trip to the mountains. Malaria an1mofufuitoes Phonog-ai :.' fro:: $1 t... J!>0. OT I TICGOAST
of the womb inflammation, pain and cause tbet ingredients are such as I are entirely unknown and '1)0 differ ..t .- z.s .:i s*."k to eel I:-ct cei. as large as my hand from mri'aujrMer' I
tenderness of the o\lries.: accompaniedwith are t-ndorsrd and most strongly praif-ed i Its location: _n the tip top of the Cumberland from. A. r* Bin" a, the JcweUr exusiie hip. -was prevented' by th
internal heat" bv of the most medical T-n'lpatkm! of n.tek1t-n'II '
scores eminent I mountains!! assures one of cool .! fji O.ala.tLMOr'Z'HS. Arnica Salve
agent .
"I am plea-sed to add my tc=*imony "writers of all the several schools of ', nights and pleasant days. I .says: A. C. MtckeL of Mltetus \V V*. THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
in behalf of Dr. Fierce I',\'.nte IVecnption .- TracMce all cures for the diseases for I II -- - -- -- r<'r'is-tent use" a,f the salve romotetelvruc
To Monteagle, Tern., and Return
," writes Miss Earline AgarJ, "Lieu thee Miedicines are recom- :
Chaplin, Patriotic Daughters of America mended. $1*.35 i! :;c. at T)'dings & Co. dru.;--
,of 4134 Michigan Avenue,Lansing I Your druggists sells the "Favoin,4cRMuao Tickets on sale June 29. 30. July 3. s I !oI't s.I TO THE EAST Over Its own rails to Savannah CllutlltNl, RidIIDond
Mich. "1 cannot find language to express and also that famousalteratne 5. 19. 20, 21. %8. 29. 30. 3L and August 'JtilJATANTE6 I All Rail and Washington th cues via Pennsylvania Ry.
my gratitude and joy over the blood purifier and stomach 16 and 17 limited to August 34 Final *
fact that I well Wear- tonic "GOLDEN MEDICAL Discov- Against hoUs. No more LOW ROU/4D TRIP RATES
am once more. Vimit extended to October :71 by deposIting -
darning if you buy TO THE WEST Via and Louisville & NashYlMe and DOl.
( Montgomery)
ing corsets too tight seemed to have EHY." Write to Dr. Pierce about .
my 1 your ticket with agent: and paying difference -
brought on an extra abdominal pressure T case lie is aa experienced physician belween rate at which ticket fthtcprnnPttosiiry I Via Louisville & Nashville Ry. Flyer route via Atlanta.

weakening the ligaments and and will treat" your case as confidentialand was bought and regular summer! tou- # I' --
pushing! the internal organs dawn without charge for correspondence. riot rate The Louisville & Xashvilie R. R. will TO TH E EAST Via Sav &; Ocean s. S. Co. for New York PMiatelpMa
What to do I kaew not, as no medicines Address him at the Invalids' Hotel and AH the popular color: I etl l round trip tickets from Jacksonville and Boston. Via.Norfolk S. S. to New York WavUn< 1 took seemed to help me. I Surgical Institute Buffalo, N. Y., of To Nashville Tenn., and Return $16.25 t.. .. Ftr Men; Worsted to points shown on dates indicated Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah aid Merchants and Miners

"I had heard of Dr. Pierce's Favorite i I which he is chief consulting phvsician.!! Tickets on sale JUB 10, 11, I%. 18. Jr sold 6 pairs only for in fl.yr lots; Cot ot ; proportionately low rateo from Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philad Io

Prescription and determined to try It is as easy to be "ell aa Ill-and 19 20 and July 5, C, 7, limited to IS ton,6 pairs for Ji-50. other points Steamship pbia.

it, as a last resort. Before the first much more comfortable. Constipation; days from date of sal*. Extension to For Ladies, Eirypuan Cotton six pairs $20.40 Louisville, Ky.. and return.
bottle was used I began to fee) better, is the cause of many forms of illness. September 30, 1008. by depositing tick for $ .ou... A fuanntet titbit ..'It"
Tickets KEY Peninsular OeeMental
da tU.. :old June 10, 11 and 12 with WEST and HAVANA-Via and Steamship Co.
but could hardly believe that this Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con- et with special agent and paing fee r
run u... aw final limit June 23. By payment of Route of the celebrated trains. New York and Florida Special' Florida
was permanent but my improvementwent stipation. They are tiny sugar-coated: of SO cent .
fee of 50 cent tickets can be extended and West! Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.
steadily on, and within four granules. One liUle5Pellet" is a gentle To Louisville, Ky.. and Return, $20.40 to July %3.
-- --- -- --
months I was like a nf'WOD1an.- laxative, two a mild cathartic. All
Tickets on Kale Jane 10. 11. 1%. limited $16.25 Nashville Quickest schedules, superior service. For information as to rates. tidied
Now I have DO more pains am well dealers in medicines cell them. M. FISH EL OGal. fla. Tein. and return.
2nd strong and am extremely grateful I Send 31 one-cent stamps to cover to June %3. Extension to July %3. Tickets sold June 10. 11, 12. 18. 19 lUll'S, etc. consult the purple folder, or communicate with J O Kirkland Dt
1906. by deporting ticket with special' Tampa, W. J Craig, Passenger Traffic Manager. Wilmington N. C.
to you." cost of mailing and get a of Dr. and 20. and July 5. 6 and 7. Final
There is nothing to conceal about the Pierce's Common' Sense Medical copy Ad- agent and paying a o fee ef 50 cents'! Omit 15 days from date of sale By

make-up of "FAVORITE PKESCRIPTIOV. Lviser, over lOt pages. Address Dr. Questions cheerfully answered. payment of fee of 50 cents and depositing I
It u an absolutely pure ,medicine I IB. ,,. Pierce Buffalo N. Y. For further Information routes Remington- I ticket same can be ..][ten rates and attractive cummer resort i ed until September 30.
folders etc., call on or address CoicDanley. : SEABOARD AIR-LINE BY
$16.65 Knoxville/ Tenn., and return.
Florida Passenger Agent 212
Sholes TvPtwnTtR I Tickets sold June 17, 18. 19 %3. 24
West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
EQUIPMENT MADE and 30, and July 7. 14 and 15: Final
Columbia Camden Southern Fines Richmond, Washington Baltimore -
limit 15 days from date of sale
years q was a good typewriterFiveyeaiiagowasa
I Restaurant. A GOOD COMPLEXION : better .1 Tickets can be extended by payment Philadelphia, New Tork.

Teday IB the bsattypewrit.u-typewriter I j of fee of SO cents and depositing with TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
A good complexiM k? impossible with special agent, until September 30.

,' the stomach out of order If pasty IkKlTwt ail $77.50 Sen Francisco and Los Angelesand SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL

fallow pe ple would pay more attention l r, return. Tickets sold June 24 to MODERN PULLMAN
to their stomachs! and lees to the rikka* I July 6, inclusive Final limit September EQUIPMENT

I First Class Meals skin on their face. they would have fciturtTni 15 Liberal stop-over prlv- The SEABOARD FLORIDA LUll TED. the only daily eoiM PuH lan
e: (e better complexions. Kodol for dyspepsia I ileges. Passengers can go one route raectric- Lighted Train between St. Augustine. JdronviO and New Tfcrlr

will digl'stI>at you eat and put and return another. via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augustine 12:1# p. m, ad Jacksonville -
your stomach back: in right "shape fo itif IwiR.rI I 1:20 p. m. daily incldlng Sundays. .-
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES $42.65 Denver, Colorado Springs or Pueblo
dc Its work. Kwdol relieves palpita- :: Co!., and return. Tickets sold Only Line Operating Daily Through Sleeper from Jacksonville to New Or
tion of the heart fftttulence f'>ur .iV'ifl'I lean
July 9 to 14 Final return limit August -
Dining Room open until midnigkt. Personal stwmach heart.burn. etc. Sold by the v I !' %6. Liberal stop-overs allowed For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard
nopoly, Dri store. : agent or write to W. w. CONDON
---g at Colorado common points.
attention to special orders :
given anything JOHN DOZIER, Agent. City Ticket Agent
RENT PAYS FOR LAND UgMsit FrIetIaMuI $32.10 Milwaukee Wis. and return.t OCALA. FLOPJDA..
the market offers for the table
prepared on key seths sscapsms.t i Tickets sold August 10. 11 and 12.
ral Passenger Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. S C BOTLSTON. Jr, AiUnt O+f>
WIlt tImI eat ...Wort'I.
eors ties Usas
I I"gIve." Final return limit August %%.
short: notice. See our Refrigerator display Fertile ,Sections of the Southwest. -
ttl"'" r mitt."It im...ttn .In- ttn.mnpttl -- -
tirr im* -- -- ------ -- ------ -
: 15 to inclusive
Daily May September 30.
Where Lands Sell for $15 and .. __, but$ 1.l last.nd.r had nrv-. -
m trout of the Store. : round trip summer tourist
Rents for $5 an Acre Sent anywhere In the United States on : tickets will be on sale to various resorts -

Skilled Cooks. Attentive Walters and Choice Viands. One of the remarkable) things about ten..Results days test Count to ,prove a handsome Its superiority book of : Full information. schedules, Florida East Coast Railway.

Eastern Arkansas and Northern Lou valuable typewriter intormaUon. and time tables etc. win be furnished on
Special Price to Regular Boarders isiana Is the fact that cleared land name upon request.of nearest representative. free ,f application to G. K. Herring Florida

tents for 35 per acre cash, and can be REMINGTONSHOLES I Passe-.ger Agent L. & X R. R. 118W 19&6.&
THE GARM18HAEL & SON CO bought for J750 to J15 per acre. Other Majestic Building, Chicago Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. Local; Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16,

improvements: necessary are slight = and Jacksonville, Fla. UP.
and Inexpensive. SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN

Ed's Place, West of Square The soil is rich alluvial or made. It Low Rates

produces a bale uf cotton per acre. ...9 .. STATIO 5.vsmpm
------"- 11mr
worth |45: to $60. This accounts for Ite D.Ut

ROUND' Ugh rental value. Other -ops. suchas I via t 2Qam Ly..J..d: on... _AI' 7 5 &t
TRIP SUMMER corn small! grains. grasses vegetables TO 6 OIIpm 9 2I&DI .. J.eksonsei.e 7 lpoi C
and fruits rJ 7 ,tJpm 10( 40am :: .____--" .Asgoe......_ ." I lea 7 (Isis
thrive SouthernRailway
as well 763pm It 1S&m .. .____lisrs_.._ _ _ 5 jipou I Ilais
Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings, a ton > CIIoplD lIBtam M ...._ n'".. Ea e I'aJatta__ ______ .. Saa35i
AND to a cutting, and brings $10 to 316 per ;m uw ID A 1'... ... ._. r. tl.._n'.. __Ly743pm 4Mp 44s
CONVENTION RATES U loam Ly........__...._ "-I.tka.-__.. ___.1' S M9 CC

ton.In ether sections! of thf-e states and I 21pin __ Ar.-.. _. 5aa3ISO.-:..._ _LY .-.--.-
S klein LY_.__ .._. .....9.n! Mate. _._ ... ._..--.Ar 9 Sipis ::: .-- =
Round trip summpr!' excursions from all points East to Pacific Cast in Texas as well. the rolling or hill And tell about ailments and leant 9 lapin iFirL. ._-==--=-'='. ====-LYt Th 5 sss
and Northwest from June 1 to Sk-ptxuber 15 ,,-Itb special stop-over! provl- land is specially adapted to stocV raising us ysur FROM JACKSONVILLE) Upm 12 opus M ..____hpfteL".4fjpm "..-..-- .'.. 4 fip 3.m
leges. good returning to October 31. 19 OS. and fruit growing Land is very about 9 113pm .M. orc.d.- .. a ssT '
10 02pm 1 11pm __ Oars-a ___..,_ S $'m 4 4IsislOilpua
N. !!. A. MEETING AT LOS ANGELES, JULY 913ELKS' cheap 35 to $10 per acre; improved $32.40 I 135pm: .. _'n"_'"_ I'Wt 0raDse '__'_'_".. .. 3isp.. 457's
farms $10 315: to 325 per acre. Haggard's Specific Tablets _1o( SSpm 2 011.15 AI'. __._.__Jewfllayma.-._-_. ...... _. 3150 lisa
MEETING AT DENVER, COLO.. JULY 16-21 The newVT ite RIver country offers and Suppositories New Haven, Conn. and return. Tickets I I 11 loam Tiipm .Ari ._...._.._ Lah Helnl...:_......_.._ .GI: I lelpa C Ispa

SUMMER RATES TO COLORADO, JUNE 1 to SEPT. 30 rrany opportunities to settlers High.rolnng. on pale June 2-5, limited June 9. U rests : := :: I.Otter.Orsie.till Jdha(ity_...:::'::.:::::::-i:: g1045ftlD == S S ipa

,HOTEL MEN'S CONVENTION, PORTLAND, ORE JUNE 25-29 fine water-It is naturally the old reliable cure for I Indication. Nervous Extension June 30 1906. Stop-overs.j 210pm _____) r 1JI ri a-=-_-=..\r s .... 4 -
Use the Splendid Through Service of the SOUTHERN PACIFIC From New rdapted to stock and fruit raising Can Kidney and Washington Baltimore. Philadelphia. n IOftm 2 tlp1R; .. __.._._Oac 11III_._. __ ..Lv, 2 lSp_ S
be bought as low as $4 per acre Debibty. Constipation. New York. 11 61pID S 6ia Ar.-._...._._..__.. . Tttosvifl.-._._.. 2 Ipm
Orleans* UNION PACIFIC From Kansas City or Chicago See this great country for yourselfand BladoW Trouble IJD Vitality and all I __11 198m SOpin ...__......_._- & <<_,___._.__ '.iLY,, 11 iIiUI I lopaC
Through Pullman Tourist Cars from Washington. Atlanta Montgomery pick out a location. Descriptive kindred dUease. PiJ...etc. Druggist sell, $35.90Boston I 31p1a n lNam-- 1..n.-. .-., .\rt 50ptan U i

etc,Write and from for St. literature Louts and Chicago to California. literature, with maps free on request diem at 50: per bes or they will be sentpuupaid Mass., and return. Tickets on I II Slain siiiiiji 3 11pm; I Lv-' ====._._Ceeee. ...--t"r: .. ;:= Ta 2 Sisal
me a.d information. The Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain
31 to June IS Extension I 1254sis 314pm .R.ISkIalgS.- I liSsis
lL O BEAN, T. P. A. .1. F. VAN RBNSSELAER. Gen. Agt. System Lines sell reduced rate round- upon receipt of pnce. AddressHaggard I I I sale May menu I Dprn : ======::Esa GaLs- === :::: ..' 12 :;= 1 (lass
July 15, 1906. Stopovers, Washington I __.___ _____ 1 SisaI
Ca. Melbqris 1217.-
Co Atlanta. J38m
Q W. ELY, T P A. 124 Peachtree St.. Atlanta, Ga. trip tickets on first and third Tues Speoic I a34n
Baltimore. Philadelphia New York. Slam S lOpi ea- ii s IS 5
days of each moath t* points in the -- i I (cam etteis : ======.P5.L.aie---- ..... = lO.a I2S't
West and Southwest, good returning --- $4.65 I Ij mass. ISpis .7.rt Pisise.. _... .. 9m II pss
21 days, with stepovers'For descriptive j I II : ,*m : Ena :=::-:=-.:.-.......Tihb.ila.................:_-..:::. ... : lsss 11 paJSism
___.... __._.. 151 l1I
Asheville, N. c.. and return. .Tickets -; Cijc*
WESTERN AND literature maps, time tables etc.. I (Cans .(pus ____.__ _._ienwn .....'.......,....._.._... 10 CIIIaa 11I
ATLANTIC RAILROAD AND write to L E. Rehlander. traveling passenger on sale June 7, 8. 9. 14 ,15 Ie, limited Slam .67pm .. _....._. ._.._.. ....I 10... 5420.a
THE I June 27. 1S06. 7tprs _,__._ tobe Ga" ___._..._. 99_ 5pa
agent Chattanooga. Tenn.. or .tt' t toaJa 740pm M _._.._.... .. -&JupCtft____..._._ S ..sm611am
I .
NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA H C. Townsend. general passengerand Slips ...i., ... 1Iotaeta !_..-.._- t 54ss 9pss54lsss
ticket agent. St. Louis :Mo $20.40 .tlpm, .. ._.. ......_...._._._ .. Aasssmuu --:....__ ..'. 2IOuI pa
and return. Tickets i.3sm S 6flpm '__._" ." -_- Hell's1 .-____ --'_ .. I a nsa S
Louisville Ky.. ... ...... ... ._.. '
AND ST. LOUIS I (tam (1pm Ls.c&.I \ .7 7 iipa57s.m
RAILWAY SEABOARD AIR L4NE on sale June 10, 11 ,I%. limited June 23. i j __=:. .._.: fssnia _. ._. ; lesa 7 pssuna
Extension July 23, 1906. s-p.s ; U$! 7 pm
SPECIAL RATES resin 10pm .. tSly. ...___.-._. 13.a 7 lipa
fliOam 10 sepue Ar ----..._jlb ----Le CI *sa 7 IlIpaS
$23.35Hot Lv'- "-- .tr! I
DIXIE FLYER ROUTEOFFERS $23.45 Louisville Ky., and return. 10== --I ArL.lIsaeees&3Lv: i-:: :: : ...... 12 Ispa
Va and return. Ticketson
Tickets on sale June 10, 11 and 1%, Springs ,

with final limit June 23. Extension The Great Eastern Bale June 9. 10, 11. limited June 19. BngH Parlor Can an tnIaII! a sad Bafct.......Can.e t:1lbu Vi sad..
THE BEST SERVICE TO available until July :23 by depositing 1906. I Dafly: except MlMaT.

ticket and paying fee of 50 cents. and Western Line ; ....2C
= St. Louis and Chicag and Points West and Northwest $i6.65 ''II 11' I .. Je.I
$!.'.70 .Asheville N. c., and return. Across the Entire States of il13s..2l! 5..l ." 51 D....,. %e.l$1IIe.2O. . .
I Knoxville Tenn. and return. Tickets sad J D I I MUPOIT BI.UCII. I i e_
SHORTEST ROUTE. -QUICKEST TIME Tickets on sale June U, 15: and IS, 0.
with final limit June %1. en sale June 17. 18. 19, 23. 21, 30. July :.. DaiJy 1- DaD, DaU, I :... Etas, DI' I tt

Tr1JL lZ** JackJBvU1 at 9 p. m. runmng solid to Atlanta. 7. 14 15.: limited fifteen days. Exten1 .- uj
T, Day Coach to :NashvUte Through '17.10 Asheville, N. C. and return. TEXAS ami lUUISIA 1 slon September 30. 190C. C 45 2 tXlp': 7..; 5 443sf 1-..' t2lDp
Tckfts on sal June 2$, 27 and :a. SIspi 5 lap In-p iOl.j I :: ....5e5JaekssSwifle._. .1v C5 ; $ s'alp. &hrj CUp
Pullman .
Drawers Room Buffet Sleeping Cars through from Jacksonville wth final limit July 10. : leaul ;tt! StOp 210p iO = _._SabloPseeb--i : sw* lS assiloEpi
to/St. Louis and JachfconTille to Chi,, Soh4 vestibule I $ 7Ibol Siap 2L\p 10..1Au.ute 3eet.eis.. 751. t2; ilti ..Ploioiul
to tlanta, Attesta to Xetib\"tlie and }:ashvift to St. Louis train JadrMmrllle $26.40 Hot Springs. Va., and return. SO TROUBLE ANSWEK QtsTIu5Direct I Asheville. N. C, and return. Ticketson 7 4fi C i0p. lOOp 119'. ,Ar_._....... Msvpot....___._Lv (.... 7_ am, '2IIp

Ask for tickets via :N. C.Ji St. Lw Ry.. with Tickets final on limit fl8.JJ"une June 19.9. 10 and 11 Line to July :c. 27, 28, litlted July 10, FESIXSTliR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAM5HIP COBECTIOhS AT MIAMI.

$14.95 Aamtton, Ala. and return. Tick-
Lv. JacksonTllU. .. ... ... v., Po 1ft. ets on sale May 2 6. 27 and 28!I. with NORTH TEXAS $16.35 Owe C...<
'Lv AUa.nta. .. ... .. .. .. ..... .. ... .. -
... ...._ .....1:3i: a. rn. final Unit June 3. NEW MbXICC: Monteagle Tenn, and return. Ticketson
Lv. Cbattanooca.l.: ... .. ...... ... ..... Havana and Key WestTwo
Ar. ; .._ ... ... _.1:3i: Po rn. $12.45 Athens, Ga, and return. Ticketson ARIZONAand sale June 29, 30. July 3. 5, limited
Nashvllie---------------------------------- 1:55 Po m sale June 23. 24. 25, %6. 30. July August 31 194C. Extension October 31,
Lv. Nashville., ... "...:"'.T ... ... ... ... .,.... ..g:00 p. m. 2. 9. 1C. with final limit 15 days from 19K. Sailings Each Week.
Ar. Martht. . .....* .'.'. ...::.'.*.. ._ ... ... ... ... ...12:05 a. m. date of sale. Extension avallab'e.!
Ar. St. Louis... ... ..- ... ..... ... ... ... ... _. ..."7:20 a. m. $32.10 Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.

Lv. NashvHle . ... ... _..f... ... ... ..... .. ..Sot For further Information and Pull- CALIFORNIAWrite
Ar. ChicagoQuestions . . . ... .. ....._.. . ... .... .. ......' 30 p. m. man reservations call city ticket office Milwaukee Win. and return. Ticketson Tboe TimeTables bow the time at which trmirt may be expected toarrtve at sad defiaxbom
: m. lass t rt I.
p. telephone 129. for New Book of Texas. FrE. -. sale August 10. 11, 12. limited August the several natkm bat their antrclor dspa late at tfce < < aotynaimBMaanot
is ua Cointnj: to be held regponJMe for anyde: j.OTanj: eonteqnri.xig lllAlltFor -.
22. 1905.Passenger. "
chetfuHy answered. Go to the Oeala Furniture P. TURNER and Ticket Office Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information .
F.r further information lllat... .te, call .n wrwrRe to Companyfor 108 W. Ear St. Phone 743.J. .
your porch screens. We have themin .
Passenger Agent
COLE ANLEr Florida several C. LUSK
51 Passenger Agent. sizes, and we think the price
: :Weet By Street. Jacksonville, ITa. will pleas you. DALLAS. TEXAS District Passenger Agent. J. D. RAHNER.. Asst. Oen'l. Pass. Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINE.fl. FLA. ,


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