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OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY JULY 6 1905
PAGE FOUR
I r JUST JUST RECEIVED RECEIVED
72 Threepiece Thr pi brown half lined Suits made 2cf by bythe bythe bythe
the famous C1Vlujrs G Marks do Company merchant tail tailors tailors tailors ¬
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THE BOSTON STORE STOREJ
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GENERAL LIVERYMEN LIVERYMENFine
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Drummers Carryalls Saddle Horses etc etcFINE etcr etcFINE
r FINE J VEHICLES FAST HORSES HORSESHorses
Horses and Mules for Sale Horses HorsesBoarded HarKSBoarded HorsesBonded
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate
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monds Watches Jewelry Furniture Tools and all allKinds allKinds allKinds
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CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS MOUNTAINSIn
In a Through Sleeper Sl t > r from Jacksonville to either St Louis or Chicago where wheredirect wh wherelirect r rlrect
direct connections are U made with thro ugh trains for Portland PortlandBuy PortJantBu PortlandBuy
Buy Bu a round trip ticket from Jacksonville to Portland 5S9SO good for forSO fortl for5tl
SO tl days daysFREE dasFREE daysFREE
FREE stopovers at Yellowstone Park and In the Scenic Colorados ColoradosYOU ColoradoYOU ColoradosYOU
YOU can return r turn home a different differ nt route without any n additional cost For more morecomplete morecomplet morecumplete
complete information free maps etc write to E J WALKER WALKERFla ALKERFj
Fla Fj Pass Pa Agt t Dixie Flyer FI r Route RouteJAcksonme RouteJaeksonvIlle
4 Jacksonville Fla
ANTHONY ANTHONYThe
The town council met in regular session ses session e eslon < ¬
sion Monday ronda night Members all pres presest presf5t presest
est excepting N W Meadows MeadowsThe readoW8The
The business was mostly routine routineThe routineThf routineThe
The assessor submitted his assess assessment assessment ¬ I
ment for the year 1905 Baskin and andLamb an1Lamb andLamb
Lamb were appointed an equalizing equalizingcommittee equalizingcommittee equalizingcommittee
committee to equalize the taxes assist assisted ¬
ed by the assessor assessorMr
Mr lr Kates was given permission to tocut tocut tocut
cut down a dead pine tree near his hi res residence resIdence resIdence ¬
idence idenceE
E A Shealey was given permission permissionto rmission rmissionto
to cut down and remove some oak trees treesfrom treeCrom treesfrom
from the cemetery that are areIn in the way wayof wa waof wayof
of building the new fence fenceThe fenceThe fenceThe
The millage placed upon this years yearsassessment yearsassessment yearsassessment
assessment was nine mills to be di divided divided dlvided ¬
vided as follows Four mills for gen general general general ¬
eral fund and five mills for road pur purposes purpo purposes ¬
poses posesLittle po posesLittle
Little Miss Julia Stewart daughter daughterof r rof
of Dr E L 1 Stewart of Starke is vis visiting visIting visiting ¬
iting her aunt Mrs L B Tydings TydingsMrs
Mrs Annie T Stroud has gone to Oi Oilando 01lando Orlando
lando to visit Mrs Pauline Pugh Ar Arnold Arnold Arnold ¬
nold noldMrs
Mrs W Wesley Smith will look after afterthe af afterthe er erthe
the doctors household affairs for the thenext thenext thenext
next three or four weeks or until definite def definite defInite ¬
inite arrangements have been agreed agreedupon agreedupon agreedupon
upon uponMr uponMr uponMr
Mr Thomas Jones has a thoroughly thoroughlyequipped thoroughlyequipped thoroughlyequipped
equipped canning plant on his place placewest placewest placewest
west of town He hopes to do enough enoughwork enoughwork enoughwork
work this season to gain the proper properknowledge prop properknowledge r rknowledge
knowledge so that he may run It to its itsfull it itfull Itsfull
full capacity next season seasonThe seasonThe easonThe
The Fourth passed off in Anthony Anthonywith Anthonywith Anthonywith
with Sunday quietness Many of our ourcitizens ourcitizens ourcitizens
citizens spent the day da in Ocala We Weexpected W Wexpected Weexpected
expected to hear some of the overflow overflovupon overflowupon overfiowupon
upon their return but in even that
we were disappointed disappointedMr
Mr Ir Frank W Yo Bishop has gone to tojoin tojoin tojoin I
join his family in the mountains of ofWest I IWest lWest
West Virginia He Is In need of the thevacation thevacation
I
vacation vacationOur vacationOur vacationOur
Our worthy postmaster will leave leaveMonday leaveMonday I
Monday for an extended visit to friends friendsin
in West Virginia Michigan and Okla Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma ¬
homa Mr E A Shealey will act as aspostmaster aspostmaster aspostmaster
postmaster during Mr Daniels ab absence absence absence ¬
sence senceMr senceMr senceMr
Mr E P Hutto arrived Sunday Sundaymorning SundaJmorning Sundaymorning
morning w with ith his wife and child The Thetrip Thptrip Thetrip
trip was very v ry fatigueing to Mrs Hutto Huttobut Huttbut Huttobut
but her general health is much Im Improved Improved improved ¬
proved provedThe provedThe provedThe
The remains of Mrs M D Stroud Stroudwho Stroudwho I Iwho
who died at H Hernando rnando Tuesday were wer3brought werebrought
brought here Wednesday for interment intermentMr II
Mr Ir W H Baskin of Ocala came uo uoto upto n nto
to attend the funeral Services were wereconducted wereconducted I Iconducted
conducted by Rev A M Kenney from fromthe fromthe I
the residence of Mr J T C Baskin BaskinRev BaskinRev
1
Rev Kenney returned Monday from fromdistrict fromdistrict
I
district conference He reports a very veryprofitable veryprofitable veryprofitable
profitable and interesting time timeThere timeThere I IThere
There will be I > e quarterly meeting it atGrahamville itGrahamville i
Grahamville Thursday conducted by byPresiding byPresiding byPresiding
Presiding Elder F R Bridges BridgesMr
Mr Henry Talton carried a carload carloadof
of melons to Tampa and personally at attended attended attended ¬
tended the sale of the same He Heclaims Heclaims Heclaims
claims to have cleared 75 on the venture ven venture venture ¬
ture tureAt
At the residence of her parents Dr Drand Drand Drand
and Mrs Lindner Mrs Thomas Harris Harrisof
of Valdosta gave birth on the morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing of July 4th 4 th to a fine girl The doc doctor doctor doctor ¬
tor feels very much elated over the thebirth thebirth thebirth
birth of r their first grandchild Mother Motherand Motherand Motherand
and child are lacking nothing in the theway theway theway
way of attention attentionMr
Mr Samuel Keeney Keene of California is isvisiting Isvisiting
visiting his brother Mr G R Keeney KeeneyThese KeeneyThese
These good people spent the 4th in the theBrick theBrick theBrick
Brick City CityAt CityAt CityAt
At the request of parties mentioned mentionedwe
we would caution Beggarweed against againstpersonalities againstpersonalities againstpersonalities
personalities Avoid hurting the feel feelings feelings feelIngs ¬
ings of others othersMr othersMr othersMr
Mr A P Baskin Is loading a car carwith carwith carwith
with baled oats for Dunnellon DunnellonCHOLERA DunnellonCHOLERA DunnellonCHOLERA
CHOLERA INFANTUM INFANTUMChild
Child Not Expected to Live From One OneHour OneHour OneHour
Hour to Another but Cured by byChamberlain byChamberlain byChamberlains
Chamberlain Colic Cholera and andDiarrhoea andDiarrhoea andDiarrhoea
Diarrhoea Remedy RemedyRuth RemedyRuth RemedyRuth
Ruth the little daughter of E N NDewey NDewey NDewe
Dewey Dewe of Agnewville Va was se seriously seriousl seriously ¬
riously riousl ill of cholera infantum last lastsummer lastsummer lastsummer
summer We gave her up and did didnot didnot didnot
not expect her to live from one hour hourto
to another he says I happened tthink tD tDthink t tthink
think of Chamberlains Colic Cholera Choleraand Choleraand Choleraand
and Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bot bottle bottle hottie ¬
tle of it from the store In five hours hoursI
I saw a change for the better We e kept kepton
on giving it and before she had taken takenthe tak takenthe n nthe
the half of one small bottle she was waswell waswell waswell
well This remedy is for sale by the thePostofCice thePostoffice thePostoffice
Postoffice Drugstore DrugstoreBELLEVIEW DrugstoreBELLEVIEW DrugstoreBELLEVIEW
BELLEVIEW BELLEVIEWQuite
Quite a little excitement took place placehere placehere placehere
here Saturday night between 12 and 1 1oclock 1oclock 1oclock
oclock when Mr C A Tremere > s store storewas storwas storewas
was burned to the ground Mr r Tre Tremere Tremere Tremere
mere is now having shelves put in the thepostoffice thepostoffice thepostoffice
postoffice building and will have his hisstock hi histock hisstock
stock of goods In and be ready for bus business business business ¬
iness Saturday SaturdayMiss SaturdaHss SaturdayMiss
Miss P P4lot lot ot Miss Long and Mrs MrsNorthey MrsNorthey r rXorthe
Northey came down from Ocala on onthe onthe onthe
the 4th and joined the party that went wentfro wentfro wentfro
fro mhere to Candler to attend the thedance thedance thedance
dance Quite a number of young pes pesple pe pepie peple
ple went from here on a straw ride to tothe tothe tothe
the dance and they the report having had hada
a most delightful time timeMr timefr timeMr
Mr fr Ernest Payne a popular young youngman youngman oungman
man of Inverness visited in our city cityon cit citon
on the 4th and wtnt with the crowd to tothe tothe tothe
the dance at Candler CandlerMrs Candlerolrs CandlerMrs
Mrs C A Tremere andchildren were wereshopping wershopping wereshopping
shopping in Ocala Wednesday WednesdayMiss ednesdayliss
Miss Hattie Smith a pleasant young younglady younglady oul1glad
lady lad of Jacksonville Is visiting friends friendsin
in our burg this week weekDr weekDr weekDr
Dr T K Slaughter left l ft Wednesday Wednesdayfor ednesdayfor
for Jackson Ga where he will spend spenda
a month or two visiting relatives W Wregret We Weregret e eregret <
regret very er much to have the doctor doctorleave doctorlean doctorleave
leave us even for so short a time timeINDIGESTION timeINDIGESTION timeINDIGESTION
INDIGESTION INDIGESTIONWith
With th its companions heartburn flatu flatulence fiatlence flatulence ¬
lence torpidity of the liver constipa constipation ¬
tion palpitation of the heart poor poorblood poorblood poorblood
blood headache and other nervous nervoussymptoms nenoussymptoms nervoussymptoms
symptoms sallow sal1o skin foul tongue ton ue of offensive offenshe offensive ¬
fensive breath and a legion of other otherailments othpailments otherailments
ailments is at once the most wide widespread widespread widespread ¬
spread and destructive malady malad among amongthe amontthe amongthe
the American people The Herbine Herbinetreatment HeblneI
I treatment will cure all these troubles troubles5c troublesbOttle
5c bottle Sold by b all druggists druggistsWe
We handle first class goods only The TheFair TheI
I Fair A L Webb proprietor
The Food That Does Good GoodThe
The Cod Liver Oil Emulsion Par ExeeOeee Ezct t for forCoughs forCoUlhs forCoughs
Coughs Cold Influenza Bronchitis Li Grip GripSore OriPSore GripSore
Sore Throat end Lungs Catarrh Pneumonia PneumoniaCoMunptlon Pneumoniaeoulllptlon PneumoniaCosuatptlon
CoMunptlon and all Pulmonary Diseases All AllDroggfeti AllDrcgglEts I
Droggfeti two sizes 50c and 1 1TRIAL 1TRIAL 1TRIAL
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL MAILto
to all sending name and address to toOZOMULSION toOZOMULSION toOZOMULSION
OZOMULSION CO 98 9 Pine Street New York YorkLOW YorkLOW YorkLOW
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES RATESFROM RATESFROM RATESFROM
FROM OCALA VIA VIAATLANTIC VIAATLANTIC VIAATLANTIC
ATLANTIC COAST LINE LINEl825KXOXVILLE LINE1825KNOXVILLE
51825 l825KXOXVILLE KNOXVILLE TENN Tickets Ticketssold Ticketssold i isold
sold June 18 19 20 24 25 July 1 8
9 15 1905 final limit fifteen days ad addition addition addition ¬
dition to date of sale Extension of oflimit otlimit oflimit
limit can be secured by deposit of ofticket otticket ofticket
ticket ticketl560TUSCALOOSA ticket1560TUSCALOOSA
51560 l560TUSCALOOSA TUSCALOOSA ALA Tickets Ticketssold Ticketssold Ticketssold
sold June 15 16 17 19 24 26 July 1
8 10 1905 final limit fifteen days but butextension butextension butextension
extension granted to September 30
1905 19053585BUFFALO 19053585BUFFALO
3585 3585BUFFALO BUFFALO N Y Tickets sold soldJuly soldJuly soldJuly
July 8 9 and 10 final limit July 25 25but 25but 25but
but extension can be secured to Au August August August ¬
gust 4 1905 Stopover privilege al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed at Philadelphia Baltimore and andWashington andashington andWashington
Washington returning returning8570PORTLAND returning38570PORTLAND
58570 8570PORTLAND PORTLAND OREGON Seat Seattle Seattle Seattle ¬
tle Washington Tacoma Washing Washington ¬
ton Bellingham Washington Ever Everett Everett Everett ¬
ett Washington Victoria B C Van Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver ¬
couver B C going via any direct directroute directI directroute
I route returning via same or any oth ¬
er direct route Tickets on sale May
22 to September 30 Inclusive Inclusive8620TO inclusive8620TO
58620 8620TO TO SAN FRANCISCO and Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles California Tickets on sale saleat saleat saleat
at intervals in months of May June JuneJuly JuneJul JuneJuly
July Jul August and September September21350XFORD September12135OXFORD
52135 21350XFORD OXFORD MISS Tickets sold soldJune soldJune soldJune
June 12 13 14 20 27 July 5 11 18
25 1905 limit fifteen days from date dateof dateof dateof
of sale but extension can be secur secured secured secured ¬
ed to September 30 19051245ATHENS 1905 190512A5ATHENS
51245 12A5ATHENS ATHENS GA Tickets sold soldJune soldJune soldJune
June 23 24 25 26 July 1 8 151905 151905with 151905with 151905with
with final limit fifteen days from fromday fromda fromday
day da of sale but extension can be besecured besecured besecured
secured to September 30 1905 1905Summer 1905Summer 1905Summer
Summer Tourist Rates are on sale to toall toall toall
all Summer Resorts in the South SouthFor SouthFor SouthFor
For further information call upon uponor
or write to toJ toJ toJ
J C Maughs F J Huber HuberC
C T A D T A AOcala AOcala AOcala
Ocala Florida FloridaT
T C White D P A Tampa Fla FlaFOURTH FlaFOURTH FlaFOURTH
FOURTH ANNUAL EXCURSION EXCURSIONOVER EXCURSIONOVER EXCURSIONOVER
OVER SOUTHERN RAILWAY RAILWAYWill
Will Leave Jacksonville Tuesday July
11 for Augusta and Columbia ColumbiaThe
The fourth popular excursion to Au Augusta Augusta Augusta ¬
gusta Ga and Columbia S C will willPullman willII willPullman
Pullman parlor cars with the Southern SouthernTuesday SouthernTuesday SouthernTuesday
II
Tuesday July 11 A special train con consisting conI consisting ¬
sisting of first class day coaches and andPullman andPullman andPullman
I Pullman parlor caes with the Soutrern SoutrernRailway SoutrernI SoutrernRailway
Railway dining cars serving meals en enroute t enroute > n nroute
I
route will leave Jacksonville at 9 a am am am
m on the above date and arrive at atAugusta atAugusta atAugusta
Augusta 720 p m and Columbia at
655 6 55 p m The round trip rate from fromJacksonville fromJacksonville fromJacksonville
Jacksonville to Augusta will be U 4 and andto andto andto
to Columbia 4 Tickets good to re return reI ¬
turn on any an tram up to and including includingI
I
I the last train leaving Augusta and Co Columbia CoIlumbia Columbia ¬
lumbia Friday Julv 14
W nw nwParties
Parties from Tampa South and West WestFlorida WestFlorida rest restFlorida
Florida Miami St Augustine Palm PalmBeach PalmBeach PatinBeach
Beach and East Coast points can reach reachJacksonville reachJacksonville reachJacksonville
Jacksonville on early morning trains of ofJuly ofJub ofJuly
July 11 and take advantage of these thesevery theser theservery I Ivery
very low rates This is the first low loprate lowrate I
j jand
rate excursion this season to Augusta Augustaand Augustaand
and Columbia and as the Southern SouthernRailway SouthernRailway SouthernRailway
Railway only conducts one popular ex excursion excursion excursion ¬
cursion to these points each year ear this thiswill thiswill thiswill
will no doubt attract a large business businessThe busineslI businessThe
I The Jacksonville baseball team Is Isscheduled Isscheduled Isscheduled
scheduled for three games with the theGamecocks theGamecocks theGamecocks
Gamecocks at Columbia July 10 11 11and 11and 11and
and 12 and it is more than likely that thata
a large number of baseball enthusiasts enthusiastswill
I will take advantage of these very low lowrates lowI lowrates
rates to go to Columbia to see the Jays Jayshave JaysI Jayshave
I
have a walkover walkoverThe
I
The local office of the Southern Rail Railway RaUI Railway ¬
way was busy bus yesterday sending out outannouncements outannouncements
I I
announcements of the big excursion excursiondetails excursionI excursiondetails
I details of which can be found on ap application apI application ¬
I plication to the Southern Railway tick ticket tickI ticket ¬
I et office lOS West Bay Ba street streetSEABOARD s streetSEABOARD
I ISEABOARD
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY RAILWAYSpecial RAILWAYSpecial RAILWAYSpecial
Special Rates
2345 LOUISVILLE KY and return returnTickets returnTickets returnTickets
Tickets on sale July 30 and 31 with withfinal withI withfinal
I final limit August 10 10I
i I 53585 3585BUFF BUFFALO ALO N Y Tickets sold soldj soldJuly
I j July 11 to 15 1905 Final limit Au Aui August
i i gust 4 by b depositing ticket with withjoint withjoint withjoint
joint agency 177 Washington St StBuffalo StBuffalo StBuffalo
Buffalo not later than July 15 and andpaying anlpa anipaving
paying pa ing fee of 51 1 Account of Grand GrandLodge GranjLodge GrandLodge
Lodge B P O E ESAN ESA ESAN
SAN SA FRANCISCO AND A D LOS ANGE ANGELES A ANGELES GE GELES ¬
LES Rate 5S010 Tickets sold cer certain certain certaro ¬
tain dates April 10 tc August 14 14Inc HInc 14inc
Inc final return limit 90 days da s from fromdate fromI fromdate
I date of sale not to exceed November NovemberI
I 30 30i
I i 51525 lS25K 1S25KNOXVILLE KNOXVILLE TENN and re return reI return ¬
I turn Tickets on sale June 18 19 19I
I 20 24 25 July 1 8 9 15 19 limited limitedreturning limitedI limitedreturning limitedreturning
I
returning 15 days from date of sale saleExtension saleExtension saleExtension
Extension available to September 30 30IF 30I
I IF YOU ARE TRAVELING TRAVELINGOr
Or going to travel dont ont fail to see seoour se seeour
our line of trunks all kinds sizes anl anlprices anlprice aniprices
prices also valises satchels suit cas cases caseSt cases ¬
es eSt etc The best line and most attractive attrac attractlv aUraetivt
tlv prices in Florida Mclver Mac MacKay MacKay 11cKa
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THE BOSS WORM MEDICINE MEDICINEH
H P Kumpe druggist Leighton LeightonAla
Ala writes One of my m customers customershad
had a child which was sick and threw threwup
I up all food could retain nothing on its itsstomach itsI itsstomach
I stomach He bought one bottle of ofWhites ofI ofWhites
I Whites hit s Cream Vermifuge and it itbrought itbrought
I brought up 119 1l worms from fro n the child childIts chl1I chiliICs
Its the boss worm medicine in the theworld theworid theworld
I
world Whites hite Cream Vermifuge is isalso isi isjalso
jalso i also the childrens childr ns tonic It improves improvestheir improesI improvestheir
their digestion and assimilation o1food of offood offood
I
food strengthens their nervous n rvous sys system sy system ¬
tem and restores them to health h alth vigor vigorand vigo3W vigorand
and 3W elasticity of spirits natural to tochildhood 0 0Ihildh oIehildlia
Ihildh childhood d Sold by all ll druggist
THE COLORED PEOPLES PEOPLESDEPARTMENT PEOPLESDEPARTMENT PEOPLESDEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTRev
Rev J E A Keeler Editor EditorA
A Talk With Fathers and Mothers MothersThe
The children of today are not the thechildren th thchildren thechildren
children of thirty years ears ago The chil children chlldren children ¬
dren of today toda are smarter than they theywere theywere theywere
were thirty thirt years ars ago because father fatherand fatherand fatherand
and mother are educated Thirty years yearsago Jearsago yearsago
ago they the were ignorant but not from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the rod They raised good smart boys boysand bo boand boysand
and girls They went to church and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their boys and girls with them Whenchurch When Whenchurch eo
church was over father and mother motherand motherand motherand
and children went home took their theirrest theirrest theirrest
rest and were ready for work on Mon Monday Monday on onda ¬
day da morning If father or mother had hadcompany ha1compan hadcompany
company the children knew their place placeand placeand placeand
and kept it too They did not spearwhen speak speacwhen speakwhen
when the older ones were talking talkingneither talkin talkinneither talkingneither
neither did they push their hay into intoa int inta
a conversation that did not belong to tothem tothem tothem
them for they knew better But how howwithin howwithin howwithin
within thirty years yt > ars things have chang changed ¬
ed Now ow let us look at the children of oftoday oftoday oftoday
today In the first place many of them themdespise themdespise themdespise
despise work and shrink from all that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the possibly can If parents par nts today sit stedown si sidown sitdown
down to have a conversation with their theirfriends theirfriends theirfriends
friends in many cases the children will willtake willtake willtake
take the conversation from the older olderones olderones olderones
ones Today the streets are filled with withboys withboys withboys
boys and girls and what do they learn learnin
in the strets of our cities They The learn learnto
to be base vile and sordid Then who whois
is to bear the blame of this sad state stateof
of things The parents and no one else elseA elsA
A child that fails to get home train training training training ¬
ing will never be trained by b any other othermeans othemeans othermeans
means than the house of correction or orthe orthe orthe
the state reformatory reformato When hen parents parentsfail parentfail
fail to use the rod on their children childrenwhen childrenwhen n nwhen
when they the need it those tho e same children childrenwill
will make them shed tears and may maysend maysend maysend
send them to an untimely grave A Astatement Astatement Astatement
statement that is often heard today todayI
I cant do a thing with my boy or orgirl orI orgirl
girl wont you talk to them for me meand m mand
I hand and see if you can make them mind mindO 7
10 O parents have you ou forgotten the rod ro3that rojI rodthat
I that was used to make you mind If Ifit Itit Ifit
it did you any good then use the same samekind samekind samekind
kind of medicine on your children to today toda today ¬
day da and you will have better boys bO 8 an angirls angirl and andgirls
girls Fathers and mothers are not nottreating nottreating
I
treating their boys ho s and girls right by byletting hyletting byletting
letting them go o when they want toand to toand toand
and come back bac when they get ready readyYou read readYou readyYou
You are not treating them right to lot lotthem h letthem t tthem
them run idle in the streets The pub public public public ¬
lic school teachers used to be a great greathelp gr greathelp at athelp
help to fathers and mothers In bring bringing bringing bringing ¬
ing up and training their boys bo s and andgirls andgirls andgirls
girls but the parents have almost ta taken taken taken ¬
ken that out of the teachers hand It Itmay Itma Itmay
may ma be asked how In reply we would wouldsay wouldsay wouldsay
say that when the teacher corrects correctsyour correctour correctsyour
your our boy or gir and they the come home homeand homeand I Iand
and tell about it instead of giving that thatboy thatbo thatboy
boy bo or girl the rod you will go to the theschool theschool theschool
school house to whip the teacherFathers teacher teacherFathers teacheFathers
Fathers and mothers let us stop and andthink andthink andthink
think are we doing by our boys and andgirls andirls andgirls
girls irls as God our Heavenly Father Fatherwould Fatherwould Fatherwould
would be pleased If we decide that we weare weare weare
are not then in the name of Him who whodoes whodoe whodoes
does all things well commence to train trainthem trainthem trainthem
them and hold out to the end By so sodoing s sdoing sodoing >
doing the races will be benefited Go God GOllwill Godwill l lwill
will be pleased and we will be satis satisfied satisfiedThe satisfiedThe ¬
fied fiedThe The Editor pro tern ternA ternA temA
A BARGAIN IN LUMBER LUMBERWe
We have a large quantity or second secondhand secondhand secondhand
hand lumber of all kinds which we will willsell wlllsell willsell
sell cheap and on terms to suit cus customer customer ¬
tomer Ditto Maloney
The Magnolia Restaurant ana Ice IceCream IceCream IceCream
Cream Parlor Is now open night and andday andday andday
day for the public Meals and lunches lunchesserved lunchesserved lunchesserved
served to order Ice cream and cake a aspecialty aspecialty aspecialty
specialty Give us a trial Jesse Mc McDuffy McDuff MeDuffy
Duffy Duff proprietor proprietorFor
For comfortable lodging and an good goodmeals goodmeals goodmeals
meals call at the Mack ack House Terms Termsvery Termsvery lermser
very er reasonable Mrs Melissa Mack Mackproprietress Mackproprietress Mackproprietress
proprietress proprietressFor
For choice lunches meals and lodg lodging lod lodIng lodging ¬
ing call on Mrs rs Janette Johnson op opposite opposite opposite ¬
posite the city cit market marketMarion marketMarion marketMarion
Marion County Colored Teachers TeachersHoward TeachersHoward TeachersHoward
Howard Academy AC < 1demyA A J Johnson Johnsonprincipal JohmlOnprincipal Johnsonprincipal
principal Mrs Irs Mary Stewart St wart Miss Ce Cecil Ceil ¬
Cecil
cil il Adams Miss Anica Murray Miss MissIda MissIda MissIda
Ida M Ford Miss iss Cynthia Alexander AlexanderMrs Alexandelrs
Mrs lrs A M 1 Chandler Miss Annie Har Harmon Harmon Harrnon ¬
mon Mrs lrs A A Jones JonesFessenden JonesFessenden JonesFessenden
Fessenden AcademyJ J L Wiley WileyMrs WileyMrs Hey HeyIrs
Mrs J L Wiley WileyMt Yile
Mt 11 Tabor TaborR R B Sutton SuttonGum SuttonGum SuttonGum
Gum Springs Springs1iss Miss Mary ary J Boyd BoydMt BoydIt BoydMt
Mt It Zion ZionJ J R Blye BI e Mrs Irs J R Blye BlyeLakeside BI BILake BlyeLakesideMiss
Lakeside Lake LakesideMiss ideliss Miss Addie ddie L Harvey HarveyBoardman HaneJBoardman HarveyBoardmanMiss
Boardman BoardmanMiss Miss Alice Michael MichaelClarksville MichaelClarksvilleMiss UchaelCiark5meliss
Clarksville Ciark5meliss Miss Janie Whitehead WhiteheadMoore WhiteheadMoore hiteheadIoore
Moore Pond PondUs Miss Hannah Mosley MosleyWetumpka MosleWetumpkaMiss loslelYetumpka1iss
Wetumpka Yetumpka1iss Miss Evelyn A Stewart StewartBlaze StewartBlaze StewartBlaze
Blaze Pond PondMr Mr Ir Whitehead Miss MipsNannie MissNannie nssXannie
Nannie Boyd BoydElmwood BoydEhnwood BoydElmwoodMiss
Elmwood ElmwoodMiss Miss Martha Irons IronsPine IronsPine IronsPine
Pine Grove GroveMiss Miss Lecora L cora S Bonner BonnerBethlehem BonnerBethlehemrIss BonnerBethlehemMiss
Bethlehem BethlehemrIss Miss Lilla G Jacobs JacobsWesley JacobselfY JacobsWesley
Wesley elfY Chapel Chapellrs Mrs Mary Harmon HarmonHog HarmonHog HarmonHog
Hog Pond PondIiss Miss Annie Kinsler KinslerSt
St Peters Petersliss Miss Marie Dempson DempsonMagnolia DempsonIagnoliaIis DempsonMagnnliaMiss
Magnolia IagnoliaIis Miss Laura Ward WardSulphur YardSulphur j jSulphur
Sulphur Springs Springsiss Miss Hattie Demp DetnpFreestone Dempson
son
Freestone 1reestoneW W V C Rogers RogersPalmetto RogersPalmtttoIrs RogersPalmettoMrs
Palmetto PalmtttoIrs Mrs Ida D Mackey MackeyEvergreen MackeyEvergreenMiss ackeyEnrgr
Evergreen Enrgr EvergreenMiss en Mips II s Carrie Jacobs JacobsMt
Mt 11 Pleasant PleasantIis Miss Delia Brown BrownMontague BrownIontagufE BrownMontagueE
Montague IontagufE E B McCants Mrs Irs Es EsRogers Estelle Estelle
telle Rogers RogersRopers RogersRopirs RogersRopers
Ropers Farm FarmW W H Burrell BurrellMt
Mt It Peli Pelilorliss r Miss Minnie Boyd BoydMt
Mt Royal RoyaIis Miss Aquilla Daniels DanielsChristian DanielsChristianA DanielsChristianA
ChristianA A S Jacobs JacobsStanton JacobsStanton1iss JacobsStantonMiss
Stanton Stanton1iss Miss Olive L Boler BolerSilver BolerSilver BolerSilver
Silver Springs Springslis5 Miss Matilda Quar Quart Quatrman
t trman trman1t rman ormanMt rmanMt
Mt 1t Olive OliveMiss > Mi tiss Mattie McClary McClaryRiverside McclarvRiversidePlace lcClar lcClarRivtrsidePlace
Riverside RivtrsidePlace Plac r to be supplied suppliedHopewell suppliedHopewelltlss suppliedHopewellMiss
Hopewell Hopewelltlss Miss Willie illie Boyd Miss MK5Edna MissEdna IissErina
Edna Butler ButlerBlack ButlrBlack ButlerBlack
Black Sink SinkIiss M5 s Amelia Mobley MobleyHawthorn MobleyHawthorneJ lobleyHathrn
Hawthorn HawthorneJ J J H Bonner Mrs rs J JH JH T TH
H Bonner BonnerBaldwins BonnerBaldwins BonnerBaldwins
Baldwins Farm FarmMiss Miss Lula Baldwin BaldwinOranK Baldwinrang Baldwinrlrange
OranK rang Creek Cre CreekPlace kPlace Place to be supplied suppliedLiberty suppliedLiberty suppliedLiberty
Liberty Chapel ChapelMiss Miss Virginia How Howard Howani Howard ¬
ard
Jacobs Well Ydllis Mis Ella Jackson JacksonRook JacksonRO JacksonPock
Rook RO < k Sink Sinkliss Miss Sallie Smith SmithJerusalem SmithJ SmithJerusalemPlace
Jerusalem J rusalemPlace Place to be supplied suppliedHay suppliedHay suppliedHay
Hay rakes any kind desired The TheMarion Thelarhll4 TheMarinrl
Marion Hardware Ht rdware Company
TWO BIRDS WITH WITHONE WITHONE WITHONE
ONE STONE STONEGo
Go out and see the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Port Portland Portland Portland ¬
land Ore this summer Take in Colorado en route routeVisit routeVisit routeVisit
Visit Yellowstone Park if you like or go down the Pacific PacificCoast PacificCoast PacificCoast
Coast and see San Francisco and the wonders of Lower LowerCalifornia LowerCalifornia LowerCalifornia
California while you are at it Thats more than two twobirds twobirds twobirds
birds but it can all be done at one rate ratea a greatly re reduced reduced reduced ¬
duced rate at that thatROCK thatROCK
GEO H LEE S L PARROTT LPAftftOTTGen PARROTTGen
ROCK ISLAND ISLANDROUTE
Gen Pass Agt Dist Pas Pa Aft AftLittle AstROUTE AltLittle
Little Rock Ark Atlanta Ga GaGo GaGo GaGo
ROUTE
Go to Buffalo With the Elks Via the theSeaboard theSeaboard theBy1
Seaboard AirLine AirLineThe RyThe Ry
The SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY has been designated by the Florida Flor Florida FlorIda ¬
ida Elks Association as their official route from Florida te t the Grand Lodge LodgeSession LodgeSession LodgeSession
Session at Buffalo It is the desire to operate a aFLORIDA aFLORIDA aFLORIDA
FLORIDA ELKS SPECIAL SPECIALTrain SPECIALTrain SPECIALTrain
Train to leave Tampa at S p m July 8 and Jacksonville at 9 a m July 9 9The 9The to toThe
The train to consist of Diner Baggage Car and Drawing Room Pullman PullmanSleepers PullmanSleepers PullmanSleepers
Sleepers through to Buffalo without change The route of travel will be via viaSeaboard viaSeaboard viaSeaboard
Seaboard to Richmond passing through Savannah Columbia Camden and Ra Raleigh Raleigh Raleigh ¬
leigh R F P to Washington and Pa R R Washington to Buffalo Only Onlyseventyfive Onryseventyfive Onl Onlsevent
seventyfive sevent five passengers are required to tl secure this special train service serviceROUND serviceROUND serviceROUND
ROUND TRIP RATES TO BUFFALO AND RETURN FROM OCALA 3585Through 3585 3585Through 3515Through
Through Pullman Sleepers for Buffalo will positively leave Tampa at 8 p pm pm pm
m July 8 and Jacksonville 9 a m July 9 for the Elks and their friends Se Secure Secure Secure ¬
cure your Pullman Sleeping Car space NOW NOWTickets NOWTickets NOWTickets
Tickets on sale at rates named for all trains July 8 9 and 10 but In Inor Inorder or order order ¬
der to reach Buffalo for the opening session ask for sleeping car reservation on onthe onthe onthe
the FLORIDA ELKS SPECIAL SPECIALA
A DAY IN WASHINGTON WASHINGTONSightseeing WASHINGTONSightseeing WASHINGTONSightseeing
Sightseeing and visiting the Government buildings has been arranged arrangedleaving arr3ng arr3ngLeaving arrangedLeaving
leaving Tampa at 8 p m and Jacksonville at 9 a m our schedule Is to ar arrive arrive arrive ¬
rive at Washington at 10 a m leave Washington 715 7 15 p m and arrive at atBuffalo atBuffalo atBuffalo
Buffalo at 730 a m
STOPOVERS STOPOVERSOf
Of ten days within final limit on all extended tickets has been arranged on onthe onthe onthe
the return trip at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington WashingtonLIMIT WashingtonLIMIT VashingtonLIMIT
LIMIT RETURNING RETURNINGOn
On n all tickets can be arranged to leave Buffalo not later than August 4 by bydepositing bydepositing bydepositing
depositing tickets with Joint Agency 177 Washington street Buffalo not later laterthan laterthan laterthan
than July Jul 15 and nd payment of 51 1 fee feeA feeA feeA
A TRIP TO NEW YORK YORKCan YORKCan YORKCan
Can be taken in conveniently on side trip rate of 4 Philadelphia to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and return good six days daysTHE dayst daysTHE
t THE SEABOARD SEABOARDHas
Has been selected as the official route by the Florida Elks Association ac account account act actcount ¬
count of the low rates and superb service offered offeredThe offeredThe offeredThe
The Florida delegation will be personally conducted d by James F Taylar TaylarTraveling TaylarTraveling TaylorTraveling
Traveling Passenger Agent of the Seaboard Tampa Flo FloFor FloFor FloFor
For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Sea Seaboard Se Seaboard ¬
1 1board
board or write writeA wrltA
A O MACDONELL A G P A S C BOYLSTON JR P A AJACKSONVILLE AJACKSONVILLE AJACKSONVILLE
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA FLORIDAFlorida FLORIDAFlorida
Florida East Coast Railway RailwayLocal RailwayLocal I ILocal
Local Time Card No o 62 In Effect e April 1711915 1711915SOUTHBOUNDREAD 17 17It r rA rSOUTHBOUNDREAD
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PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL OCCID T L STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT lUlLClole lUlL MLLILClose h AIL AILClose
y I
Close Collection e Made at Miami with ltb Steamships Slea ubiPs of f the P i 0 S S fe feHAVANA cU1 cU1HAVANA 1F 1FHAVANA
HAVANA AND KEY WEST WESTTfceeo
Thecae Time Tables TabI 5 ahow th the times at which tpiJne may teezptctedtoarrlTe erPfCted to arrive at ata44 tad 4 4 4from 4lepazl 4lepazlfrom 9U 9Ufrom
from thesoreral the aeveral yeral nations atatlonsbutth butthlr but thlr r arrival ord or dp imrturt rturrat at the times tlmeeetated stated l Is sot f cuaraa cuaraaroor gnaraLaa4 gnaraLaa4or mnni t tsu
su roor or > r Is this Company to be held ijocil r I tie for any ac y delays or any conxjuence co uencea arUla r1a1aC lrera lreraTor nlaztrzoatTor
1 1or
Tor or Copy of th the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other InfrmaJUnSEE InfrmaJUn Inferma1IenSEE zs zsSEE
SEE THE TICKET AGENT AGENTJ
J D RAHNER AHNe Ajit knl OeD P Paw s Agt ST AUGUSTINE KJU KJUSchedule PLASchedule PLLj PLLjSchedule
Schedule on Mayport Branch and Homestead Extension Florida East Cea cat catRail CaaetRailway t tRailway
Railway RailwayEffective Rail RailwayEffective way wayI
I
Effective June 3 1905 the schedule figures for the Mayport Branch andHomestead and andHomestead anJHom
Homestead Hom stead Extension now shown In timetable No 52 will be changed changedditlonal ad additional additional ¬
ditional trains being put into service between Jacksonville and iiayport and andthe andthe d dthe
the service between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day dayeach c dayeach Y Yach
each way leaving Miami iaml 8 a m and returning leave Homestead 1 p m ar arriving arriving arriving ¬
riving Miami 230 p m For correct schedule see any agent of the F E C CRy CPy CBy
Ry or for pocket timecard address J D Rahner A Q P A

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