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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 2 11, 1905
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID00313
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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though you do not seem to think so. 1

I left all that blackmailing to my wife.

She came to out of

The Yellow I, Ireland. lIe GRT SALE / KARPEN

an Velez as
Holly ger." -4\ -

i I "But that
j "Oh. no
Author of "The Mystery of .
Hansom Cab" Eta |I coolly.
I alive and
Copyright. KOS. &y O. IT. D itnQM could have

Company my wife.

wife Mrs.

had another
(c' ntinued from last Saturday.)
heard how

the marriage

CHAPTER XXII. with your
went to
read the remainder of
confession and 1 1 know
GEORGE live in this
it away. Even when
"Not at
he got to the end he could
not connect the San Remo crime with the States, Special
there I l Now in
that of Amelia square. It was In hU Karpen Leather Furniture

mind to see his grandfather and tell called took up myself the Sale of l Progress

the story to him, backed by the pro- wife.
-dnctlon of the confession. But on second .
myself her
thought he decided to see Bawd-
first He great liking Leather Furniture is famous for its beauty of design and
sey wired for an appointment thoroughness of construction, and we
In this guar-
and received a reply stating that then I got every piece. During this sale we are able to offer leather Chairs, Rockers and Couches of the Karpen

Bawdsey was going out of town at 3 little of Mrs. I at greatly reduced prices. We cordially invite to the
you inspect wonderful values
o'clock that day but would be in his1'ooms we are to offer
till then. Within an hour Georgewas "Why was" high grade goods. -
"Well, sir,
on his way to Bloomsbury.On .
"I didn't
arriving he found that the detective
expected him and went to h1J was getting. Ocala
In a word Comp a ii
room. Bawdsey was still in a disturbed blackmail?" y,

state, as he was most anxious to .
get down the country to help Lola "That's a s s>s
out of her difficulty. lIe received Bren- said snook his head. "I can't .
never would it sir. Of course there was .
don Irritably and In silence. Georgesaw .
and when I who had the house
that the man was all nerve and
few weeks I time." lIe looked
did not resent his sharp greeting. He meaning ,
I'm .
sat down and opened the conversation."You an TOTHE
"I am puzzled. "What do ,
are going down to 82e Lola?
and I he asked.
he asked.
But In some ." began Bawdsey. with
"Of course. I am much worried over
"I didn't formula, "I doa't like
her. She may get Into serious trouble
over this freak." mean. Well ; TRADE --l
what you I
"Well, why not tell the Judge she is 'jT
pect me of
Insane at times? Then she will get off ,
"No, !'
lightly." so fairly all __
"Would that be true?" asked the detective that you are Our prices are figured on the, very \

struck by the idea. But why lowest cash basis, and under no cir
"As true as most things. She reallyIs ] Remo crime 1
cumstances will we ship goods C. 0. D., '
not accountable for her actions when death of lies /

she gets Into these frenzies, and in Bawdsey as the express company will only take

such a one she must have been to attempt l
sir whiskey at owner's
? risk
you see and open. The 'W
-- '
the burglary. "Oh, you 'r r e laws will not allow them to ship liquors w %.'
"Poor soul! I wonder how she la by Lola was g
now." ther was C. O. D. We will accept express orders, ) w _
"Oh, she is not troubled much. Her "Certainly, 1 f postoffice money orders, one and two- -

.spirits are as good as usual. She hardly ed to Senora cent stamps and checks on parties we
seems to realize the enormity of her gave it to know are 0. K. eW buy for cash and
offense. rooms before sell for cash, thereby giving our cuss
"How do you know?" asked Bawd- and I tomers the benefit of ba daccounts. --

key with a stare. tion given by i Ilrii.ssr

"Because I saw her last night After "But there

I left you I took the train to War- like that one. +
grove and had an interview with her." it to me." (fr October, 1903, we pure-

"You m'tht have told me, Mr. Bren "Yes that's
chased the oldest Saloon
don," said Bawdsey in a wounded tone. see, from w ,

"What would have been the use of knew that
Business in Florida
that? I can manage my own business,, 'from the e
I nope to see when I --- .

"Considering how I love her, It is my weapon in 110, that is impassible!" The McGrath Place '
business also." called Velez : and I am sure what ; i

no further, but there is Since that time have
George shrugged his shoulders. "Well Now you see we re-arranged ,

you see, Bawdsey, it was your intention so much everything, and made it one of the most
to see Lola first I guessed an I I ther and how guests"A to his feet, with an attractive places in Ocala. .We have

much, so I stole a march on you." of the matter. ." "Ireland! Oh. no that added a large bottle business to it, as 12 q _______.:____$ .
you Bawdsey can say fenced.that. "I don't see how the"How first did place -. should declared he, "quite have! im a: well as a first class Cafe and Private -4 qual't____________ 0.00(

"I can. You know that Lola was In "The name Dining Rooms. We carry everything 1 quart ____________ 1.50
this house grandfather's death he good to eat and drink, and if you wills
on the night the woman saw Lola,
died." as you know. of the house for call on us when in Ocala we will do

"I presume so, since she got the con name Velez keys would be wit all in our power to please you and

fesslon, and she must have secured ito t her. One them to Lord Der-' make you feel like you are welcome.
know where your parents were mar knew the IJaIJle." one. Call and see us.
ried. ted that the i
so. It was a chance.
"Well, then, knowing that you wished which lies \" first but when be knew
to get that confession." George I
occupied the house
"Yea I did" said the detective, "and "Tell me, found the latchkey use J .

why not? I desired to know if Mrs "did you when he felt inclined We are with
Jersey said anything about the San the crime?" tried to get you .
money out
Bemo crime "Yes
in it. I ."
"I can tell you that She didDace I frankly. her." when it comes to
the confession."
a temper. I "
said Bawdsey mean
Bawdsey bounded from his chair gone to see Mr.
was not so
"Where is it?" he asked.; although I -
had been and dreaded lest
"In my rooms, locked away cause of the should be known. I'm GROCERIESThey

"I do call that a shame," grumbled whereabouts (' would let him know

Bawdsey. "You might have trusted. "You mean just round the corner.
me, Sir. Brendon." I excuse was
kept in touch with useful
"Might I? Would you have trusted day when you "'

me?" "But when did should he kill her so sud 1 N -- are always fresh, and

"I do. You know I do." "When I '

'To such an extent as suits yourself. ognizcd It at U have heard that she our prices generally a little
But would you have shown me that to take it

confession" had it rome into your pos should not be out Ih'rrinton's a confession; Yi:4t.nl1:, or even i. p. 'p ; '" lower when quality is con

session? so upset-as I
come round to ask lier
"You are not showing it to me," said I forgot all incriminated hint in her I sidered.
Bawdsey evasively. did think it
I He would ask her for a
"That is not an answer. But I'll show ton woke up Not having it. for she

you the confession whenever you like. wondered (> envelope empty aftt-r Market price paid for country
Come would the stiletto to
now. you have shown ito t would deny that! she had:

me'r""Since "Because he loft by Lola would i be = produce of all kinds.
have said George.:
read it
you why ask me What was more natm.1 .
that question?" snapped the detective told you."
to pick it up and -
"You know"l "Oh I see sudden feeling; of dread;" p : t Prompt attention given to orc.r'I -
"Yes, ly did suspect :
you e me that if he struck tie
burned the confession I know that to was in the a great deal of nerve' 7 ders by mail.We .
Lave had been,
a paper in existence which sets dryly. "But you go ou a
forth that Mr. Bawdsey's true name is first""How I do not belim-

George Rates Is not to your liking. did had anything to do with li v -
You are George Hates?" "I thri>itana---- ><

Bawdsey shrugged his shoulders. Then she told had?" asked the detec Wo on hand at all times the 1ar?-

'There Is no use denying It." he salt?. truth," said Beets
est stock of Whiskies Wines and
"You have my wife's handwriting." "Oh, I think you say to Margery?" ,

"Was Mrs. Jersey really your wife?" i' killed the move-that half witted CARMICHAEL'S in Florida, and do the largest mail order
"She was. We married soon after we what she SPECIAL.
left San Remo. She was hard there was no business. This business has grown
up witted. She Is more PURE 7 YEAR OLD RYE.
she would not have a murder. No,
"And you went to married the States me.?" threw the than anything; human. The best medium grade Whiskey on earth steadily by fair treatment, good goods,

"We did. There I took the name of as she said." fainted sudden Margery fits of rush rape. 4 full qts., delivered, 325. 2 full qts., de- and prices that quality alone govern. If

none Jersey of and which tried came a to variety any good.of things Then, der Bawdsey who did me with her fists. livered, $2.00. I qt $1.00. you wan, liquor, we have it from GOOD

'I left Eliza." "!f Lola is an<'urred uncontrollable to me that temper she Pints, SOC. Half pints, ?5c. to the very BEST ever distilled.

"Why did you do that?" cent. lie
her aunt.
"Because she was a devil," said "I can't help
Bull that
says the aunt
Bawdsey. his face lighting up "I tried rising. "The in her "
[-AU the means in my power to make her It must have room.
Miss Bull
happy. but she was always quarreling house.
end nagging and lamenting that she "Xo." may be shielding Mar-

had,not Mr. married Brendon.that" Vane-your father close-the"Remember front Mrs.stairs of Jersey after found Lola Mar was THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO1

rebuking her
"Did she tell you about the murder?" half past 11.
in the
"It wasn't a murder," protested "That was "

Bawdsey. "Xo, she did not tell me, "Xo, sir. I mind."
but from a hint or two she dropped 12, and Mrs. said George quick- ,
not arrive till nearly 12,
about getting money from Mr. Ire- must
land I guessed that he had somethingto closed by the i was just dead." Opposite A. C. L. Depot and West of Square. I
a minutes would
do with it I came across to England just before I
and I saw him He told me the "But how said Bawdsey
whole story." You alone had go on, sir. Let me hear

"Did you get money from him?" la, she slipped

-"I did not. I am an honest man. al dismissing her on seventh page.) OCALA, FLORIDAOCALA

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Regular monthly meeting, Fort King Thirty-Six Others Seriously Wounded
See silver shirtwaist sets at Bur- t
Camp Woodmen of the World at the
nett's. by Troops at Sosnovice
hall over Peyser's store, next Tuesday

evening, February 14. Sosnovice, Feb. 1L-On Thursday a

THE BEST sc. CIGAR Mr. B. L. Hall is out again after a I mob invaded the yard of the Katherinen -

short illness. ,works demanding that the work-
$100 REWARD, $100
f men in charge of the electrical machinery -

Two donkeys for sale. Apply to C. there join the strike.A .
The leaders of this paptr will be
8 R. Tydings.
fcd ple;sod to learn that there is at least i company of soldiers intervenedand

fcM ,/ f one dreaded disease that science has a Polish officer repeatedly called
Mr. F. B. Beckham came in last night
L from New berry. beet ale: tc cure in all its stages, and upon the people to disperse. They refused -

? that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis to leave unless they were accom-

the only positive cure now knownto panied by the workmen.
Ladies' Oriental Collars and Belts at
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being It is said that a rioter menaced the
: ,
H( the Ocala Bazar. I
r t a corstitutional disease, requires a I. officer with a knife, whereupon he gave

1.y constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca- I the order to fire with the,result that
0 i Mr. D. A. Clark of Martel was in the
tarrfc Cure is taken internally, acting twenty-eight persons including a high
city today.
?' \ direetly upon the blood and mucous school pupil who happened to be pass-
sirfaces of the system, thereby destroying ing, fell dead, and thirty-six were seriously -
Fort King Dairy is just one mile
the foundation of the disease, wounded. The latter were removed
o from the court house on Fort King av j
,! enue. and riving the patient strength by j to a hospital, where five of them

bui ring up the constitution and assist-have since died. A number of others

'10 :2 } Y'r g t rT 0 The largest assortment of Valentinesever ing nature in doing its work. The pro- i were slightly wounded.

F 4' pt let rs have so much faith in the curative I Many were slightly wounded in the
shown in Ocala at the Ocala Ba-
powers that they offer One Hun- I back and evidently they were trying

zar. dred Dollars for any case that it fails i|| 'to escape.j .

to cure. Send for list of testimonials. j large quantity of dynamite has
Mr. W. C. Bull came up from Crystal -
Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, I been stolen from the explosive stores
1. River today.If
Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c Take I 'of the Sasimir mines it is supposed byi

0fi rd 8 Hall's. Family PiUs for constipation. !strikers.
want china of -
you or crockery any
[ Twenty-Four Strikers Killed at Skarz-
kind see us at once, as we have Just I I
Henry Sistpnk came home todaY: ; yskoe
received one of the biggest jobs in this ,
from Seabreeze, where he has been recuperating I\\ Berlin, Feb. 11.-According to press
3_< < -RA ware ever shown in Ocala. Mclver /
0 I for the' past six months. He f Dispatches from Kattawitz Russian
y & MacKay. V
is wry much"mTproved.Mr. j roland, a collision occurred between

Ei ---- 15,000 strikers and the military at the
_:: -
-- -
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice -" -- "-
et _
.: : and Mrs. J. E. Howell of York Russian station of Skarzyskoe, in
Drugstore.Mr. "
'b were in town today. which twenty-four strikers were killed

I and forty wounded.
0M \V. E. Veal of Rochelle was in
Pure fresh milk and cream at the The military it is also reported, fir-
the city today. I
I Fort King Dairy.Si ed on strikers at Oetrowiez, but the

o II I casualties. in that case are not known. .
Our Embroidery Counters are filled. I Ii
Plunkard's most laughable street
fr F ;. 0 Every piece a bargain. At the Ocala
1 %ik Bazar parade, with the farmer band concert HOUSE BILL OR NONE

took place at 3 o'clock this afternoonand

amused a big crowd. House Republicans Do Not Approve the
> At Taylor's-Popcorn, korn nuts and
Senate Bill on Statehood
H salted peanuts.
Mrs. G. B. Glass of South Carolina Washington Feb. 11.-The republicans -
arrived in Ocala today to visit :Mrs. of the House of Representatives
Try Coin Brand Bacon, and you will
Pasteur and Mr. and Mrs. Cullen. decided in conference that the House
not go wrong. There is nothing finerto
statehood provision shall prevail or thatno
be had anywhere. H. B. Masters.
Mrs. R. G. Blake returned yesterday statehood legislation will be enact-

afternoon from a visit to Citra.t ed by the present Congress. A resolu-
Postmaster Lewis of Moss Bluff was t
tion framed by Speaker Cannon, which
in the city today.
FLAGLER AND KEY WESTIt N. Nezlin of New York has a position it is said sets forth this position, was
now looks as if Mr. Flagler would in the dry goods and clothing adopted by a vote of 112 to 33 after
We have just received a shipmentof
extend store of Krasnoff Bros. three hours debate.
his railroad from Miami to Key
57 rolls of Japanese and Chiness
the superb line of vehicles now on
West. A blue print profile has been The debate was keyed to a high pitchat
mattings of different designs, from 15
display in our salesrooms! Everythingthat made of the survey. Mr. Flagler's par- Col. C. L. Bittinger went to Jackson- all times. The ground was taken by
to 50 cents per yard. Mclver & Mac-
modern ingenuity has devised for ty visited Key West and said that here- Kay. ville last night to attend a meeting of those who favored the Horse provisionsor

comfort for style for beauty goes into tofore he never had said where the ter- the executive committee of the state nothing that the republicans of the-j

these carriages stanhopes, surre"s.runabouts r minus of his road should be, but now press association. body would be sacrificing their position

drays, harnes sand lap it would be at Key West, if the peopleof "Woodman"FOR taken heretofore to a few republican

robes. Manufacturers have things h the "Island City" and of Florida desired There were thirty-six arrivals at the senators who had seen fit to unite with

down so fine these days that prices areaway it there. There are seven milesof SALE-The New York Herald, Ocala House yesterday.Mr. the minority of the Senate if the bias\

down. May we show you the latest the road over the deep and long Daily and Sunday, on sale at the Ocala amended was accepted.
and Mrs. Geo. R. McKean wentto
? stretches of the keys that will cost House news stand. All the latest news' I
Sarasota this afternoon to spenda
7500,000 a mile. from everywhere.M. .
S, A. STANDLEY & CO. few days. The "HUB" Shoe
corr.T .

TAX E. Robinson, otherwise "Sunny
John M. Graham went to Graham-
Jim," is in the city.
will be at the following places on ville this afternoon to spend Sunday ,/

the days and dates stated to receive returns with relatives.
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice
of real and personal property and N
V1 N tAs
SMITH liCC Drugstore. ;
agricultural reports as the law requires Wood, green OP dry, pine, oak or mix- +

: ed. 50c. and $1 per load. .Ocala Wood ti I
Exquisite china in the nner grades of
February, 1905 Yard.
-Dealers In- Imported ware. The prices are very
Kendrick, Monday, 13, a. m.
Don't forget Si Plunkard at the
opera -
:Martin, Monday 13, p. m.
house tonight.Opera. SOMETHING! IF YOU WANT THE
Lowell, Tuesday, 14, a. m.
Reddick, Tuesday, 14, p. m. Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice BEST FOR YOUR MONEY CALL

I Fairfield. Wednesday, 15, a. m. Drugstore.' FOR "THE HUB.

I Flemington Wednesday, 15, p. m. House

Central, Thursday, 16,
a. m.
I You will find at our store, also, at CHEAP RATES TO MARDI GRAS
A HAPPY SURPRISE Geiger, Thursday, 16, p. m. Saturday Night, February 11
the Ocala House stand, a full line of cigars VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE
w McIntosh, Friday, 17.
souvenirs and post cards. Our J. C. LEWISIn
Is in store for every woman who is Ocala, 18 to 28, inclusive.The .
fit. cards are local and very pretty. Call On account of the Mardi Gras at New
looking for a thoroughly up-to-date, law requires all returns to be the Newt
I I and see them. Ocala News Company.Mr. Orleans, Pensacola and Mobile, the At-
: efficient and absolutely satisfactory made by the first of April, and ro
... lantic Coast Line will sell tickets from
kitchen range. We nave It right here change can be made after that time. SI PLUNKARDA
t1 "1 Ed S. Hall of Stemper, a prominent all points on its line in the state of
Cr in our store ready for your mspec- t Alfred Ayer,
naval stores is Florida to the above points at rate of
t operator visitinghis
r} & tion. It is the latest range in the market Tax Assessor Marion County. Scientific: Production of Rural Life
., brothers, Messrs. R. S. and T. C. one fare, plus 25 cents, for the round
f ;, and combines tna newest and finest -
Hall. trip. Dates of sale March 1st to 6th
: \ improvements in saving or fuel and SILVER SPRINGS HOTELIs EVERYTHING
w I NEWBUT THE TITLE I inclusive, final limit to March 11th, but
readiness in cookirur.
now open for the reception of guests
Seeds of all kinds, fresh and reliablefor o extension can be secured to March 25.
Also carload of heaters and stoves
a and tourists. No more attractive spotin
the Funniest Street Parade
fall and winter planting, at Ty- Making 1905. For further information see tick-
M1 L of all kinds, from J1.50 up. the state. It is the head of naviga-
dings and Co. et agents or communicate with T. C.
tion for the Hart Line of Silver Springsand
... White D. P. A, Tampa, Fla.
.p --- Oklawaha river boats. Those land- Carryin gthe Finest Orchestra on the
We have jrtst opened up and have on
ing and desirous of spending a day or Road
----- ------ --- "- display one of the handsomest lines of A MENACE TO HEALTH
a week can be accommodated. The service -
rugs and art squares ever shown in the Admission, 50 and 75 cents. Reserved -
speaks for itself. Frank Brown,
city. :McIver & MacKay.Mr. seats now on sale at the Ocala New I Kidney trouble is an insidious danger -
proprietor Brown House, Silver
"ONLYTHEBEST"ono Springs Fla. I Company I and many people are victims of a

J. A. Jordan of Tampa managerfor I serious malady before the symptoms

the Cable Piano Company in South I I are recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure

I SOUTH FLORIDA CHAUTAUQUA Florida is in the city for a few days. i i corrects irregularities and strengthensand

I The South Florida Chautauqua will McKEAN LUMBER Co i builds up the kidneys, and it shouldbe

I be held at Mt. Dora, March 9-21, 1905. Giles' woodyard has the largest supply taken at the first indication of kid-

The & Cline Co i There will be in connection with it a I of stove and fireplace wood in the ney trouble, as it is impossible to have

Good Roads Convention, OCALA, FLA
: Saturday
I town. Three wagons running. Prompt good health if the kidneys are deranged. -

,i March 11. Major A. C. Richards, for- delivery and large loads. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.

1! merly chief of police in Washington, Telephone No. 126. I

43 Osceola St. Ocala Fla. D. C.. will give an address on March Mr. R. J. Wright of Crystal River, an NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

IS. on the assassination of President Tax Deed Under
extensive naval stores operator, was in I 8 of Chapter -

i! Lincoln. Major Richard's was at in town today. % Ceiling, Flooring and Siding, I 4888, Laws of florida..

; I ARE STATE AGENT FOR THEtJI' '!I Ford's theater at the time of the occurrence I Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber : Notice is hereby given that W. H.

s and he speaks from personal Ocala News Company and Ocala i Webb, purchaser of tax certificate No.

F II know ledge. House stand have the celebrated La Every Size and Quality.A !! 719, dated the 4th day of April, A. D.

"Davis"GENERATORS I There will be excellent music, several Espuela cigar, Grand Royal Milo Deyo ;; 1898! has filed said certificate in my office -

!I concerts. illustrated lectures readings and other brands. Try them and you Large Stock of Shingles. and has made application for taxi

|and recital. will be pleased.See i i deed to issue in accordance with law.

j The faculty of the State University I New Machinery. j Said certificate embraces the following

ACETYLENE will have charge of Farmers' Day. that handsome sectional book- ; i'described property situated in Marion

$ ,i There will be classes in Bible study, case at the Ocala Furniture Company, Lath, Brick and Building. I J I county, Florida to-wit: Com 70 yds e

f' chorus singing and physical culture all and carried in stock in several sizes. It |lof nw cor of nw>i of sea, sec 9, tp 14,

t Acknowledged by the Judges at St. :through the session. Season tickets, ?2.1 I is fully as handsome, and possesses Undersold by No One. i jr 2?, thence e 70{ yds, s 140 yds w 70I

> ;i several advantages over the Globe I I yds, n 140 yds. The said land being as-
Louis by Awarding Methods Up to Date. i
Wamick. | sessed at the date of the issuance of

R j To cure Constipation and Liver troubles ;Business !i i such certificate in the name of Jas. R.
Ii Growing Rapidly.Every .
TWO GOLD MEDALS by gently moving the bowels and The Park Theater Company pre!'ent- I ,; Lite. Unless said certificate shall be

-_ --- acting as a tonic to the liver, take Lit I' pd last evening to a delighted audiencea \ Customer Pleased. < redeemed according to law, tax deed

tle Early Risers. These famous little a picture of real life in New England ; I will issue thereon on the 7th day of

To That Company. Generators Guaranteed and Prices Pills are mild, pleasant and harmless, entitled "The Old; Homestead." This i Rushed with Orders. i March, A. D. 1905.
I I "
Right. Also State Agent For The Akron Electrical but effective and sure. Their universal company will conslude its engagementhere !: Witness my official signature and

use for many years is a strong guarantee tonight with the sensational melo- Come to Us Before Buying. I seal this the 1st day of February, A.
Manufacturing Co. Dynamos and Motors. A Stock o j
tee of their popularity and usef11lJ1us. drama. ".\. Race for Life." It is a good | 190 S. T. Sistrunk,

Electrical Goods Will be Kept on Han Sold by all druWt!. show and a large crowd should attend. !Orders Solicited. 1I lD.Clerk Circuit Court, :Marion Co., Fla.

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--- ------ ----- -----
ngnt out. "No, sir. I don't think wonderfully
!more fragile than ever and I
Mrs. Ward would go so far as that" bis Der I like: George. When they are THE COLORED PEOPLE'S
J old, considering years.
J married must stop as much \
you away
there law
"She would were no to I rington looked from him to the fine LAZY LIVER
is consistent with
The Yellow restrain her." as your feelings. i DEPARTMENT
I figure of George with a queer look. ia "I'll do what I like." said Mrs. Ward ,
"I dare say. She has the instincts of his "
eyes. 1 t her foot.
beginning tap -
female despot But as there is a
a "
HollyBy "Walter said George. "I hope you "No; I don't think you wilL You : -I find CucareU to rood that I weald rot Wwiiitoat
law she would not jeopardize her neck. 'bear me no grudge for stepping into 1 threatened me in this room." i Rev. J. E. A. Keelsr, EdiUr. them. I *&t tro bied a peAS deal with
torpid lifer and headache. Now
No, I mean Ireland. since taking
FERCUS your shoes. "I was only playing a game" protested Casearets Candy Cathartic 1 eel yeryllllle1a better '
HUME. Derrington sat up. "Nonsense: Do Walter took the band in his own limp Mrs. Ward. i 1 hall tenainlr reeoumead. them to my jricadau
Author of "The Mystery of a you mean to say he is guilty SUNDAY SERVICESMt. the best mediclll.III... ever sees"Anna ,'
Hansom Cab. Eta "I don't think so, but Bawdsey has grasp. "Well of course, it is hard on "Well, I can play a game also. Mrs. 'I Buinet.Osbora Kill No.2.fall River,Itau.l|

Jersey has left behind her a confessionin
Copyright, riled, ty 0. IT. DaZnalWa an idea. and George related the theory Moriah Baptist ChurchDr.
which she details how managed
you Beat For I
Company of the detective. Derrington grunted
in a disgusted manner. to cheat your sister, Miss BulL If you i ( D. H. Brown Pastor.) The t3owelscMpf

don't leave that couple severely aloneI
(Continued from Fifth Page.) "The man's a born idiot" be said. rra shall show the confession to Doro 9:30 a. m.-B. Y. P. t:.

"Why should Ireland run the risk of 11 a.. Preaching.
"Well I that Mrs. getting his neck into a noose for a 3 school.
fancy Jersey I "I never did anything to my sister. p. m.-Sunday cAmaRiic

caught Margery down the stairs and second crime V Mrs. Jersey tells lies" 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by pastor.
"But falling Ireland, replied Bren
took her Into her own room to rebuke made of disgust
Derrington a

her quietly, so that the rest of the don quietly "there remains Margery.' "There-there," he said, "what Is Mt Zion A. M. E. Church \.

house might not hear; also she would "That idiot of a girl! Yes? the of further I'' Pleuant.Palatable.Potent.Taite 8oad.Do Good.
use talking Things are
George detailed his reasons for believing :: lever s>Sakes Weaken or Gripe.1k Se.Ie.Vent
be anxious to learn If the girl had overheard settled. When Dorothy and George are (Rev. R. s. Uuarterman, Pastor.) sold in balk. The ermine tablet tamped CCC-
Margery's guilt. Again Der- I Guar.nked to can or roar money back.
her conversation with Lola. If (
rington sniffed.! "It's all supposition.If married I'll see what I can do for you""Oh 9:30 a. m.-Sunday schooL Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.T. not
bad she would have
Margery assuredly thank you dear Lord Derring 11 WNUAL SHE. TEN Mill inn oPTrq'
told Miss Bull. Mrs. Jersey would be the girl came into the room, if the she said and pressinghis a. m.-Services.
afraid of that and I dare say she stiletto were on the table, if Mrs. Jersey ton arm. "I know are the most 3:30 p. m.-Sen'ices.
scolded her into a fury. Pab! I -In I 7:30 .-Sen-ices.
at to make her p.
stormed Margery don't believe it" generous of men. But I really the city market blue stall, stands ready

peak." stop talking here all day." She can't'1 t\ supply the public with best oiee
4And you really wish to find the assassin /
Covenant Baptist Church
"But there could have been no row, over to Dorothy. "My darling, I anil
? meats pork sausage in the co nty.
sir. No one heard a disturbance. Y and do some shopping. No can I
"I should like to know out of mere go ; you Rev. M. W. Newsome Pastor.) Customers will testiW to the same;!
"I am bound to say I did not hear stay*here. I will call again In an i
a disturbance myself," said George re- curiosity. But if it is your opinion that h .'1 9.&0 a. m.-B. Y. P. U. alsoWs onyhand daily\the Cedar Kar.

things should be left as they are why, llV m.-Special services. Horn
flectively. "Mrs. Jersey may have argued assa a\d Crystal Kh-er oysters,
Bawdsey can take his thousand poundsand f I(Continued Next Saturday) 3:30m..-Sunday schooL
quietly. Then as you say, the and fig\ of all kinds, at houday prices
sail for America whenever he
stiletto was on the table. Margery, chooses." 7:30 \ m.-Special sermon by pas- Give him a call.

goaded into action might with the tor. '
i After this conversation George took ANOTHER CASE OF RHEUMATISMCured I
sudden of dumb animal have""Well ;
rage a -
his leave. Dorothy was out of town by Chamberlain's, Pain Bairn The committees on entertainmentmet
it's not Impossible. But about Secoid Baptist Church
so he could not visit her After the last Wednesday night at the homeof
the door closing? "WalteTl hope you bear me no ofudge."
"When Margery saw what she had Interview with Ireland in Derrington's / The efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain 11 a. m.-l aching. R. S. Mitchell, with Rev. Jno. B.

library Mrs. Ward had found it cou a fellow," he answered In rather 3 p. m.-Serices. Brown acting chairman and Prof. A. J.
done, pursued George still trying to Balm in the relief of rheumatism is being -
She whining manner, "but you /nd I got
venient to down the country.
guess what bad taken place "her first go demonstrated daily. Parker Trip- 7:30 p. m.- ervicaI!. Johnson, secretary. The following pro-
felt that she was in an unpleasant position. on well together, so I wouM rather it
Impulse would be to run away. She of Va. that Chamberlain's gram was inaugurated:
lett Grigsby ,
Not that there was any dangerof was you than another f/ low. And says '
would steal out and open the door. I Zion M. E. Church Opening Song, by the Committees.
her being accused of murdering what about my Income? asked Wai Pain Balm gave him permanent -
am pretty sure Miss Bull was on the
Vane, but if the police got hold of relief from rheumatism in the (Rev. W. 0. Bartley, Pastor.) Invocation-Rev. Jno. B. Brown.
watch and saw her. She would draw ter."You
the story they might make inquiriesin will have what you have now:'' back when everything else failed, and Paper-Miss C. A. Adams.
the girl back and close the door-at 9 a. m.-Sunday schooL
fact, they certainly would make inqulries said Derrington. "Don't bother me he would not be without it. For sale Solo-Miss Kate Lumpkins.
half 11 Train heard. Then she
past as
about the matter. You and Georgecan 11 a. m.-Preaching by pastor.
-and then the disagreeable fact Recitation Miss Pearl Anderson.
the Postoffice
would pacify Margery and lock her In by Drugstore
her bedroom after previously instruct would come out that Miss Bull was her settle it between you. 3 p. m.-Preaching. Duet-Mrs. V. B. Colyer and Miss

sister. Mrs. Ward knew that she had Considering how he had been ousted, 7:30 p. m.Preaching.St. r
ing her what to say next morning. Murray.
not behaved well to Jenny and that if Walter really took things very calmly.
You have of
That la what I believe, Bawdsey. Paper-Miss M. G. Wilkins.
the truth were known her friends But he had not enough vigor to pro- James Episcopal Church
"It's a pretty case, murmuredthe had Ida J.
very Reading-Mrs. Richardson.
had course
would blame ber.S drs. Ward did test. He sighed. His grandfather -
detective "and things might have (Rev. Jno. B. Brown, Rector.)
Solo V.
not like blame and disliked to have her I cowed him and Walter profoundly admired Colyer.

happened as you say. But If It Is thecase his newly found cousin who did 11 a. m.-Services. Recitation-Miss Cynthia Alexander.
actions criticised, she went down the
there Is not much chance of learn- ) CHOCOLATE CREAM,l SOD
not hesitate to stand to the despotHe :3 m.-Sunday schooL
country saying to Dorothy she desireda up p. Music--Mrs. Jessie Mitchell

ing the truth. Both Margery and Miss change of air. Lord Derringtonwrote began to think it was a good thing DEUOO"CS I ICE CREAM SODA I 7:30 p. m.-Services. Address-Prof. A. J. Johnson.
Bull will be silent. And after all
that George had come into the family.
theory regarding Ireland la Just as a note to Mrs. Ward after ) HOT CEOOOLATE Organist Mrs. H. W. Chandler..
lIe would at least save himWalterfrom -
had .
good, Mr. Brendon." George departed."I'll at ox* of their many stores and con- New Zion Baptist Church Refreshments will be served by the
ask her to come said Der constant bullying. This interest
George rose to go. "Stick to your up sideredit the best you ever drank 9:30 a. m.-Sunday school. committees. Come one, come all, and!
rington grimly, as he sealed the letter. ing family council was interrupted by
theory and I'll stick to mine," he said, 11:00 Services. help a worthy cause-furnishing St.
the entrance of Mrs. Ward, as pert and -
"George will return in three days with All! Chocolate Drinks servedat
smiling. "But what about Lola? the copy of the marriage certificateand pretty as ever. She had quite recovered 3:00 p. m.-Services.. James rectory. Admission, 10 and 15

"Well, sir I'll go down with Kow- with news of how that case has her spirits and knowing that Der cur fountain are made with 7:30 p. m.-Services. cents. Don't forget the day and laskl and see her. We will do whatever
been disposed of. Mrs. Ward shall rington would say nothing about the t&fd Chocolate and after i. Monday night, February 13. Doors
we can to get her out of her
apologize to him and formally consentto card cheating or about the San Remo Rev. Albert Emanuel is in the city. open at 7:30 at Mitchell's HalL
trouble. And you sir""Oh the marriage. matter, she was prepared to be as Insolent their forrnuKT.
I shall have nothing more to do .
Meantime George went with Kowlaski as she dared. But she was quite W. TROXLER I Valentines at the Ocala Bazar. Call
with Lola. Take her away to the determined not to cross swords again I PUTS AN END TO IT ALLA
and Bawdsey to Chelmsford to see at once.
States as your wife Bawdsey and I after Lola. Kowlaski was in despair, with the old man. Fruits, Confections, Cigars and Tobacco I. grievous wail ofttimes comes as

will get my grandfather to give you As it was, she came sailing in with Give the J. H. result of
for if Lola received a term of imprIsonment new butcher Davis, a a unbearable pain from over-

the thousand pounds to start life" on. his ballet would be brought to an the prettiest air IB the world and held call at the city marketWe taxed organs.:!! Dizziness Backache

"It's very good of you sir said out both hands. "My dear Lord Der-
untimely end. Now that Lola was out
Liver complaint and Constipation. But
gratefully. "And will
Bawdsey you of the bill the hail was not so full as rington how well you are looking! NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR must have a full settlement of
? thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills,
try to persuade her to marry me
usual and Kowlaski foresaw that if How'here her astonished eyes fell Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter Star accounts by Tuesday. Business is
"Yea. She knows, as I told her that, on George. "You!" said Mrs. Ward, they put an end to it all. They are gen-
Lola did not come back be would lose Laws of Florida. business.
register or no register, my grandfather money. He therefore went down prepared aghast "Mr. Brendon, and here! 48S8 tle, but thorough. Try them. Only

Intends to recognize me as his heir. to spend a large sum to set her "Not Mr. Brendon," said Derrington Notice is hereby given that J. O. High- Legion No. 94 meets Monday night. 25c. Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly -

Therefore she is certain, as she may her totter, of tax certificate
free. enjoying confusion, "but my grandson purchaser No. All members must be there. Important Drugstore.
well be that I shall Miss Ward.
marry But there was no need for fear. George Vane." 2340, dated the 3rd day of October A. business.

She will gradually get over her fancy Lola was brought up before the magistrates Dorothy, who had remained below to D. 1898 has filed said certificate in my NOTICEYou
for me and will be quite content to
and evidence was given as to give some instructions to the footman, office, and has made application for tax Special trustee day at Zion M. E.
take i are cordially asked to be presentat
entered the in time to hear
room just
her excitable: nature. The old sexton church tomorrow.
deed to issue in accordance with law. The pastor preaches -
"What do Intend to do sir?" a musical entertainment to be held
you now this announcement. She flew to ber
the torn and detailed
produced his .
Said certificate: embraces introductory sermon.L
the following
"Leave matters alone, Bawdsey. 1 how he had been assaulted. He lover "My dearest George 1 am glad, at Mitchell's Hall. Monday night, February -

don't want to learn who killed Mrs. thought the lady was queer himself. glad, so glad," and before them all she described property situated in Marion -A hatbox, con tabling two ldy's I! 13, for the benefit of furnishingSt. !!

Jersey. Now I know about my fa Kowlaski went into the box:, also kissed him. Mrs. Ward screamed: county, Florida to-wit: Se}{ of sw%, Its and tree gent'sYats. Finder James rectory.

ther's marriage I shall change my Bawdsey and George. The result of "Dorothy! What manners!" sec 12, tp 16, r 23. The said land being
retu\ sameo the editor of this Committee on Music
name, take my rightful one and have their evidence as to Lola's foreign "Very good manners," said Derrington assessed at the date of the issuanceof \ X
done with all this crime and mystery. column akd be reR' rded. Mesdames A. M. Chandler V. B. Col-
coolly, "seeing that they are natu- ,
ways was that the magistrate admonished such certificate in the name of F. Q.
The yellow holly can go hang for me." ral. Well, Mrs. Ward, George W. P. Wilson, Jessie Mitchell.
my yer
her and inflicted small fine. I
a Brown, Trustee. Unless said certificate Rev. Jno. Brown, rector of St. James
This grandson and heir," added the old man Misses Cynthia Alexander, Anica Murray -
was triumphantly paid by Kow-
shall be redeemed according to Episcopal church, has opened school in
CHAPTER XXIII. laski who returned to town with his with emphasis, "has something to say Katy Lumpkins, C. A. Adams M.
to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the the church, and offers good educational
FTEU the interview with Bawd principal dancer under his jealous eye. you. Wilkins, Sallie Smith, Pearl Anderson
27th day of February, A. D. 1905. advantages to the children at cheap tI
sey George called at St. Giles More than that Kowlaski made "Really. I shall be most happy to I
Prof. A. J. Johnson, V. B. Colyer, L
and related to his hear It"George Witness my official signature and rates.
square quite a story out of the events. It was '
and C. J. Johnson.
grandfather all he had learn known in London that Lola Velez had took his cue. "I have to ask i seal this the 24th day of January, A. Jackson

ed. The old man was much astonished."I been arrested, as all the London pa- you for the band of your daughter I). HI 03. S. T. Sistrunk, The Original Bee Hive an West Committee on Refreshments

don't think Ireland was to blame," pers copied the account of the trial Dorothy," he said. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., FlaFAILED Broadway Is the pla e to see nre bargains Mesdames George Giles, Criddle? ,.

he said, "not even In holding his which had appeared in the country "Rea By." said :Mrs. Ward again, "Idon't in Christmas toys, assorted chi- H. Brown, Levi Alexander Josephine

tongue. After all the thing was an press. Kowlaski put it about that' know. I fancied that Walter na\are, toilet article wire jeVelry,
Long, J. W. Alexander J. S. LaRoche
accident, although undoubtedly that Lola had gone off her head owing to. you see"And she cast her eyes on clock, watch Genera} repairing a
Marie Ruth and S. M. Mitchell.
the: neat little
woman was the cause. Have you seen grief for her dying mother. Few people man. fpecia y

Ireland?" believed this, but the public was "Oh I scratch," said Walter, in his All efforts have failed to find a bet- The committees are requested to

"Xot yet but I will soon." so pleased t. see the favoriteagain elegant way. "There's no fighting ter remedy for coughs, colds and lung The editor of this department will be meet at the home of R. S. Mitchell No.

"Then tell him from me that I don't that she was saluted with cheers. Ina against George. lIe has all the luck." troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar. in the city tomorrow and will worshipat 11, South Third street, Wednesday

consider he was responsible, and thatI few days every; one forgot about the "You call him George?" It stops the cough, heals the lungs and Mt. Moriah Baptist church in the evening, February 8, at 7:30.

quite believe from what I know of matter which after all "Why shouldn't I? lie's my cousin,
did not amountto
prevents serious results from a cold. morning and at Zion M E. church afternoon Vestry: J. H. Brown, Levi Alexander.
Mra. Jersey that he has told the entire much. the head of the hou>:e"-
"When I to home J. N. Patterson, Nashua, la., writes: and night. George Giles. Rev. John B. :Brown
long finished
truth. Luckily it was not stated why Lola go my
"Last winter I 'ha da bad cold minister.
will sir" answered "I had Derrington. "Well Mrs. Ward, on my
"I George. wished to destroy the register. Hot soda the Red
suppose you mean that If he really There were several marriage entrieson ; do you consent to the match?" lungs and tried at least half a dozen apparatus at

7 committed the crime with malice afore- the page, and no one could say "Do, mother," said Dorothy implor advertised cough medicines and had Cross Pharmacy, West Broadway NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

thought Mrs. Jersey would have blackmailed which of these she wished obliterated. ingly. treatment from two physicians without where you can get hot lemonade, gin- Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-

Knowing what Derrington knew and ger, chocolate, bouillon, coffee,-etc. Everything -
him. Besides Brendon got the magistrate to geting ary benefit. A friend recommended ter 4SS8 Laws of Florida.

"That te what I Mrs. the how obstinate both lovers were, Mrs. i is in first class order. Holi-
mean. Jersey suppress and not let the press Ward Foley's Honey and Tar and I Notice is hereby given that Susanah
must have been afraid for herself or report the matter lie accomplishedthis did not see very well what else day prices. Call and satisfy yourself.
I two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I I
she Jenkins, purchaser of tax certificate
could (10.ttl'r few
she would never have kept her claws by telling the magistrate exactly a sighs and

off Ireland's money." how the matter stood. So the judicial having squeezed a few tears she criedto consider it the greatest cough and lung I If promises were dollars we would No. 540, dated the 2nd day of November -

"I quite agree with you, sh, Poor authority used his power, and the her daughter in a muffled voice expressive ; medicine in the world." Sol dby the soon be vastly rich, and if God paid us A. D. 1896 has filed said certificate

Bawdsey was honest, however." fourth estate quailed. Everything was of deep emotion, "Dorothy, Postoffice Drugstore. in promises as we oftimes pay our fellow in my office and has made applicationfor

"Well"-Lord Herrin ton did not assent settled In a most satisfactory manner. my dear" child, do you love George?" I man we would all be beggars in a tax deed to issue in accordancewith

immediately to this-"if Bawdsey Later on Breudou had copies made "Yes, said Dorothy simply. "You Saint Valentine Day, one week off. few hours. law. Said certificate embraces the
had been really honest he would have of the marriage entry of Percy Vane, know I love him. Make your selection of Valentines today following described property situatedin

asked me to be silent on the matter, bachelor, and llosina Lockwood, spin "George do you love my child?' at the Ocala BazarGadson.HEADQUARTERS 2500 sound cypress shingles in good
Marion county, Florida to-wit: Sep
and need not have used threats. No, ster, and brought .them to his grand "I do, replied George curtly."It shape carefully removed, and will
I is hard," said Mrs. Ward, with a of se!", sec 13, tp 14, r 20. The said"land
George, Bawdsey Is straight so longas father. The old man read them carefully make geod roof. .Price
he is kept in check. I suppose he then laid down the paper with a deep sigh, "to see a child leave it- FOR IrlE a waterproof being assessed at the date of the

will marry the girl?" sigh of relief."I parent. But you love her you have SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. $2.50 for the lot. Apply at once at this issuance of such certificate in the name

"I think so. lie Is madly In love with never thought I would be pleasedto won her." Here she rose and raising! office. of party unknown. Unless said certif-

her. I promised that you would give see that in black and white," he Dorothy from her knees, gave her to At Helvenston-Blitch-Pasteur Com- icate shall be redeemed according to
L. Green the artist and
George. "Take her tonsorial
George and with
him a thousand pounds if he went to said, "but everything in life Is strange, law, tax deed will issue thereon on
America." her take a mother's blessing." pany, lightning shaver. My razor shaves seft
and not the least strange thing is that
the 3rd of D. 1905.
day March A.
"The deuce you did!" said Derring- I kick out Walter to make room for The idea of Mrs. Ward's blessingwas Where Mrs. L. W Jackson will be to and sweet and my hair-cut is the bestI
too much for Walter, and he went have two of finest Witness my official signature and
the chairs that turn
ton wrathfully. the the admirable
he present
you. By way George, will be qualities of the
off into a shriek of laughter which seal this the 28th day of January, A. D.
"Why not sir? rejoined Brendon here soon." Indispensable household nececsity. Sup- every way. Razors fixed in all styles
ended in his leaving the S. T.
George 1905. Sistrunk
calmly. "We want him out of our "lIa fe you told him?" room. plies of all kinds for sale.ft5taurroRcE. Call and be convinced. West:!! Broad-

lives He knows too much. Better "Yes and he wants to see you about I was quite unmoved. He thanked Mra. way, next to A. Smith. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co. Fla

send him abroad, so that be may not the matter. I said that he could in Ward and kissed Dorothy. Then betook -

make any remark about this unpleasant my presence. What he has to say I her to a distant seat near the Call at the Vienna bakery the only

family history." don't know. There is another reason window, where they could talk sensi i colored bakery in the city. Full line

'" Lord Dtrringtou winced. However, for your remaining, George. Mrs bly. Lord Derrington was left to console DJ o of bread, genuine French loaf, twist IRE TOMPKINSHas

the old man silently acknowledged the Ward and her daughter are coming the afflicted mother. This he proceeded cakes pies, rolls etc. All special orders -

Justice of the speech. "You are right," here." to do immediately. filled with dispatch and promptness. a well selected stock of

he said. "But Bawdsey ought to do "She won't be pleased to see me," "Egad, you did it well," he said, .
Also a full line of choice family
something for hIs money." said Breudon. looking at the pretty woman. "I don't Fresh Meats oi all frinrfs.
groceries. J. J. Marshall, 30/ West
"You mean that he ought to discoverthe "Oh I think she will. After Ireland believe Miss Terry or Mrs. Siddons

assassin?" her in she Broadway; Mitchell block.A. Vegetables and Greens.
put a corner grew afraid, could have done it better. BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BESTIN

"Yes, 1 do. Whoever killed that and now she would like to see the :Mrs. Ward saw that it was uselessto W. Walker, the world champion
THE LAND FOR THE MONEY! Fresh and Salt Water Fish received -
woman should be brought to justice. matter settled at any rire. When hide the truth from this keen eyed shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen

George. she is your mother-in-law, George, old man any longer. "Oh, don't be ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE razors, hair clippers and scissors and every day. Cedar Key Oysters

Breudon looked down. "I think it keep her out of your house or there nasty," she said plaintively and rus- "SUNNY JIM" SHOE AND INSISTON received daily. Leave your orders
be convinced of his
; superior skilL Razors -
will be best to let sleeping doss lie, will be trouble. Ah, here is Walter! tled up to him. "Of course I wanted GETTING IT. wits! me. Prompt delivery
honed and concaved in all styles.
sir, he said significantly. Well lay boy, have you come to see Dorothy to marry Walter, but George -
Are alluding to the cousin?" -- Call at No. 115 N. Magnolia street
you possibility your new does just as welL""Well" I. E TOMPKINS

of Mrs. Ward having killed her?" Walter Vane entered the library withan said Derrington.; "you tare FOLEYSJIOlffiYA.ITAE next S. \. L.Tompkint. ,

At this supposition George: laughed injured air. He looked neater and \'erlittle abaut Dorothv. an.l vnuilou't fw,childrene.. .IU Xo 9aio.t thean round. lustier, pt UtyMaiket.

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"A traveling friend, with a sense of

humor and methodical habits which Notice. is hereby given that we, the I At the City Market
-- permit her to write letters
even on
undersigned, will apply to the governor -
one-night stands tells me of her acquaintance of the state of Florida,-four weeks Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetablesin

ROUGH OR DRESSEDSee with a 'Southern character after the publication of this notice for ,

,' a Dramatic Mirror writer.
says letters patent under the following pro- Season
"He is the manager of the Hagers-
or Phone ,posed charter:
town (did) opera house and is too B. W. Blount, and trade
modest to have his name on the programf' Thos. C. Hall, City Country Solicited

Everyone calls him 'ColoneL' J
B. H. SEYMOUR R. S. Hall I
Robert Mantell had occasion to com- J. D. Robertson, I,! Free Delhrerv Pfcnne 121.i .
pliment the colonel while he was play- I
PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla. ing Richelleu in his house. J.E. N.K. Nelson.A. Tiller. II I

'Your audience is of i
exceptionallyfine Ii
P. Stuckey
appearance, colonel,' he observed i
E. P.
"'Yes, replied the coloneL They're l Atlantic Coast LineTHROUGH

p the best In town.' Copy of Proposed Charter of

"It was what the papers delight to
term 'a representative audience.' Mrs.

Trials of Motherhood Astor of Hagerstown was there with We the undersigned, hereby associate CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
with her court. Society was out in its ourselves together for the purposeof V '

most sumptuous evening dress. Women becoming incorporated under the
895 Broad StreetPHILADILFHIA.
PA.,June 12,IMS. I were elaborately gowned, and exquisitely laws of the state of Florida, applicable I I -CONNECTIONS-
suffered for nine years with ovarian troubles making life a burden to coiffed, but there was not the to corporations for profitARTICLE
myself M well M to my family. Daring that time I had two miscarriages
and although we longed for a child to bleu our home this eeemed impo i- tiniest semblance of a hat in the hall. L
ble. 1 bad constant racking bearing-down pains in the pelvic organs and a TO TH E EAST Over its own rails to Sannnall, Charleston Richmond,
pulling through my limbs with frequent headaches. I felt sick at my Every chapeau was in the dressingroom The name of this corporation shall, All Rail and Washington thence via
stomach and vomited frequently and no medicine helped me until I tried Pennsylvania Ry.
or had been left at home.
Wine of Cardui. be The Blount Real Estate Company,
Then 107 general health improved, the pains gradually lessened and "Noting this, Robert :Mantell said: and its place of business shall
after 18 weeks I was well. I am now the happy mother of a boy eighteen principal TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
month. old and my husband joins me sending heartfelt thanks to youtor 'The ladies of your city are more con- be in OcalaTilarion. county. Florida.
medicine. Flyer route via Atlanta.
your splendid t s -
Without 1 would have been a A ft fJ / ? lfr< ,. siderate of others in the audience than The directors may establish branch
** < +
childless, instead of ft h ppFH&dyt* *
in most places. How have
you places of business or offices at such
and well mother.
TO. THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York
CliLAIX, &r. lxmaaw'e'LI&OCUTtot.W1NECftRDU1 come the theater t habit? points within the state of Florida as
'Noticed Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York Washington
program asked the they may deem necessary.
managed. Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners

44 'No.' ARTICLE IL | Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel-
The general nature of the businessto Steamship phia.
'The colonel drew
a big pink folder
Wine of Cardui is the most successful menstrual regulator. Byregulating be transacted is:
from his pocket. He pointed to a leg- '
menstruation, Wine of Carjui banishes inflammation 1. To acquire lands, the timber and KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.
from the entire female organism and the strengthened ligaments end in big type just below the cast: ---
bring the organs back to their proper place. This is what Wine of ''All ladies over 40 years old will mineral privileges by purchase leaseor
Cardui did for dJLLlB. **UUJAUg l. It banished the racking pains and keep their hats on.' otherwise. Route of the celebrated trains, New York & Florida Special. Florida and
burning inflammation and brought ber relief. She was restored, to 2. To buy, sell and exchange for itself West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.
health and strength and gives Wine of Cardui the credit of makingher "The colonel looked at the star with or as the agent for others all
able to become a happy mother. This medicine equips a woman solemn eyes."There Quickest schedules superior service. For Information as to rates, sched-
for every duty of wifehood and motherhood. There are many suffering isn't a woman In Hagers kinds of real and personal property. ules, etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with T. C. White D. P.
women who think that health can never be theirs because they 3. To own operate and control all A., Tampa W. J.
town over 40 years old.' ; Craig, G. P. A.,; H. M. Emerson. T. 1L, Wilmington N. C.
cannot secure the services of great specialist, but we want to say kinds of property. both real and per-
right here that while Mrs. Nirdjinger lives in Philidelphia, a treat sonal.
medical center, she depended on Wine of Cardui for a cure and she j SOME EXCUSE ,

take was cured.iti' This same medicine ii within your reach. Will you BETTER THAN NONE Individuals 4. To make, and contracts other with corporations private, :Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest

All druggists sell $1.00 bottle Wine of Cardui.AirLine. and municipal corporations for the acquisition -
"Yes, sir" says the ice dealer, "the or sale of all kinds of personal Via Chicago and Florida Limited.Solid .

price of ice will be much higher next
property, tangible or Intangible, and to
summer. You see, there has been a exercise all and vestibule train of Pullman sleeping
rights privileges acquired observation library, dining car
poor crop of ice this winter. and catches between St. and via
under such contracts. Augustine Chicago Atlanta Chattanooga and
"But you deal in artificial ice," argued Nashville.
5. To do any and all things reasonable -

the patron. and necessary to carry out the

Seaboard "Certainly. Necessarily, I have to purposes herein set forth.ARTICLE 'Leave St Augustine..F. E. C. Ry.... .. ...... ...8:20 a. m.

Ry. put up an artificial excuse.-Judge. m. Arrive Jacksonville... ..... .. ......F. E. C. Ry... _...... ..... 9:20 a. m.

Leave Jacksonville..A. C. L. R. R....... ... .. 9:30 a. m.

SUICIDE PREVENTEDThe The amount of capital stock authorized Arrive Tifton..... .. ... .._ ._....A. C. I.. R. H...._. .. .....1:25 p. m.

. -FOR- Is fifty (50) thousand dollars, divided Leave TIfton... ..... ... ... ... ..G. S. & F. Ry...... ... _...1:30 p. m

startling announcement that a into 500 shares, of the par valueof Arrive Macon ... ..... ..... .....G. S. & F. Ry.. ... ...... 4:15 p. m.

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, preventive of suicide has been discov- one hundred dollars each-five thousand Leave :Macon..... ..... ... ... ....C. of Ga. Ry. ..... ...,..4:20 p. m.

Richmond Baltimore ered will interest many. A run down dollars of which capital stock shall Arrive Atlanta... ... ... ..... ....C. of Ga. Ry. .... ...... ..7:00 p. m.

Washington, Philadelphia, system or despondency invariably pre- be payable in cash and forty-five Leave Atlanta...... ..... ..... ...W. & A. R. R...... ..._. .7:13 p. m.

and New York. cede suicide and something has beeu thousand dollars of which capital stock Arrive Chattanooga.... _... ... ....W. & A. R. R.... .. .....10:57 p. m.

found that will prevent that condition shall be payable in property at a just Leave Chattanooga..N. C. & St. L. Ry. ......10:04 p. m.

THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY which makes suicide likely. At the valuation to be fixed by the board of 'Arrive Nashville. .... ...... .....N. C. & St. L. Ry. .......3:13 a. m.

first thought of self destruction take directors, at a meeting to be called for Leave Nashville.... .... _... _... .L. & N. R. R..... .... .. ...3:40 a. m.

SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED Electric Bitters. It being a great ton- such purpose. Arrive Evansville..L. & N. R. R..... .. .. ...8:10 a. In.

ic and nervine it will strengthen the ARTICE IV. Leave Evansville.... .... .... ......1.. & N. R. R.... .. .......8:20 a In.

SEABOARD EXPRESS nerves and build up the system. It is The term for which this corporationis I,Arrive St. Louis.... ... ... ....'.. ....1.. & N. R. R... _. .......1:53 p. m.

also a great Stomach, Liver and Kid- to exist is ninety-nine years. !Leave Evansville..IL & T. H. R. R..... ... .. 8:20 a. m.

SEABOARD MAIL ney regulator. Only 50c. Satisfaction ARTICLE V. !Arrive Terra Haute..E.. & T. H. R. R..... .. ... 11:45 a. In.

.. ... ... ..... L .. .. .....
guaranteed by the Anti-Monopoly I The business of this corporation is to Leave Terra Haute .C. & E. R. R 11:60 a. m.

Drugstore. be conducted by a president, vice president !Arrive Chicago..C. & E. L R. R.... .. .....4:30' p. m.

MODERN PULLMAN and and treasurer, I
a secretary
EQUIPMENTThe This train is the standard of perfection in passenger service. For Pullman -
CHAT AT THE CAPITOL and board of directors consisting of
I reservations and other information apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry.,
Seaboard Florida Limited Is a solid vestibuled train, composed exclusively -
five from which board of directors -
persons I St. Augustine, or Atlanti cCoast Line office, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
of new Pullman equipment d fining car, double drawing room, sleepers Representative Rodenbery knows of the other officers above men-

stateroom and observation cars, op erating between St. Augustine and
a Chicago youth unusually wise in a tioned shall be elected. Provided: That
Jacksonville to New York via Washin gton leaving St. Augustine 12:10
; p.
political way. He told Senators Allison the offices of secretary and treasurer
m., and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily, Including Sunday. and Cockrell about it yesterday in the may be held by one person and any

ONLY LINE Appropriations Committee, says the stockholder may hold either or both of PREMIUMS ARE PAIDTo
Washington Post: said offices. An annual meeting of the

Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans "This lad, Ackert Banks, goes to stockholders shall be held on the sec-

For full information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Seaboard, school in Chicago," said Mr. Roden- ond Tuesday in March of each year for

or write: berg. "Just prior to the decision of the the election of officers, and the follow-

contest in November the ing named officers to conduct the Capital Brains or Muscle
presidential are ,
Jacksonville Florida. boys at this school decided to have an I j business of this corporation until those 6 In The Great Southwest

.. election of their own. Young Banks on elected at the first annual meeting shall
returning home told his aunt about it. be qualified, namely: B."r.. Blount.
-- 'What was the result of your bal- president; A. P. Stuckey, vice presi- ,

lot?" said she. dent; E. K. Nelson secretary and
treasurer, and B. W. Blount AlexanderP. ,
Special Rates 'Roosevelt got 46 and Parker got 1.

replied the boy. 'Johnny Stevenson Stuckey, Richard S. Hall, John D.
Where seemingly unlimited resources await development.Vast .
couldn't spell Roosevelt and so he voted Kobertson, E. P. Thagard. directors.
Round trip colonist rates to Texas. Oklahoma. Louisiana and Indian Territory fcr Parker.: ARTICLE VI. tracts ot agricultural lands"uncultivated, square
each first and third Tuesday. miles of forest, whole! sections underlaid with valuable
Toe highest amount of indebtednessto minerals-these of the Soutnwest's Open
One-way and round trip colonist rates to the West and Northwest "James," said Representative "Jim" are examples
which this corporation can at anytime I Door Success Write for illustrated literature or
One-way colonist rates to California and the Northwest from March 1 Griggs of Georgia when he met the ,
subject itself is fifty thousand better still
until :May 15, 1905. Kentucky Congressman in the democratic I ,
dollars ($30,000); .
Special first class round trip rates to Colorado every day until May 1; cloakroom yesterday morning,
eturn limit June 1. 1905. "What's the difference between Moses ARTICLE VII. I GO AND SEE FOR YOURSELFAn

The choice of the two most direct routes and three gate-ways, and Parker?" The names and places of residenceof

I "No difference that I can see" answered the subscribers, together with the I ounce of personal investigation is worth a pound of
ft UNION AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC Mr. James, after giving the amount of capital stock subscribed by description. '
each, is as follows:
matter careful consideration "except, j
Through Pullman tourist cars operated each Monday from Birmingham to I
San Francisco without change, via Montgomery and New Orleans. he added, his face lighting up. "that Name Address SharesB. j Exceptionally Low Rates

they're both dead. W. Blount... ..Ocala, Fla..15
Ask for particulars. J. F. RENSSELAER, Gen. Agt, .
13 Peachtree St. Atlatna, Ga. .Oh, no. that's not the answer to this Thos. C. Hall... .Ocala, Fla..l0 The \ st and 3d Tuesdays
puzzle" chuckled the Georgian. "God R. S. Hall..Ocala, Fla..10 f
t buried Moses so deep that the people J. D. Robertson. ..Ocala, Fla. .. 4 ,

couldn't find him. J. N. Tiller... ....Ocala, Fla. . 5 GEO. H. LEE, G. P. A. S. L PARROT, D. P. A.
.4 "Well?'" E. K. Nelson.. .'...Ocala Fla .. .. 5 Little Rock, Ark. Atlanta, Ga.

"Well the people buried Parker so A. P. Stuckey ... .Ocala, Fla..10E.

California and the NorthwestTHE deep that God couldn't find him. That's P. Thagard. ..Ocala, Fla.. .. 4

the difference. So long. State of Florida,
iA New Train
"DIXIE FLYER ROUTE.. GIVE YOUR STOMACH A REST i Before me, the undersigned officer' !I

Your food must be properly digestedand personally appeared B. W. Blount, ;
Offers low rates trom all Florida points to California and the Northwest I To Hot Ark.
J. D. Robertson Springs
assimilated to be of any value to; Thcs. C. Hall, R. S. Hall ,.
Below few points to which the low rates are applicable.
are a
you. If your stomach is weak or diseased J. N. Tiller, E. K. Nelson A. P.
$55.10 Portland, Seattle, Vancouver and British Columbia points.
take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It Stuckey E. P. Thagard, to me wellie
$49.90 Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte Anaconda Missoula and intermediate Via the
individuals who '
i'gests what you eat and gives known to oe the signedthe IRON MOUNTAIN r ROUTE
points on the Northern Pacific Railway
stomach a rest, enabling it to recuperate foregoing proposed charter
44.70San Francisco Los Angel'?, San Diego. Benson Phoenix, Pres- to that
acknowledged they
take on new life and grow strongOlgam. )
cott Tuscon. Denver Colorado Springs, Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque. Kodol cures sour stomach, gas signed the same for the purposes ex- Now leaves Memphis dally at 11:M p. m, operating through chair car and

The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates From bleating, heart palpitationand all digestive freshedtherein.. 1 sleeping car to Little Rock and Hot Springs Ark., latter being open for occupancy -
evening at 9 o'clock. This train also connects at Little Rock
All Florida Points that I duly every
disorders. L. A. Soper, of Little I furthecertify am a
for all points in Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas and Indian Territory giving thei -
The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton. Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga, Rock Ky., writes us: "We feel that commissioned notary public in and for: I
Iron Mountain Route three trains daily to the Great Southwest, leaving Memphis -
Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to St. Louis Kodcl Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the the state and county aforesaid andas j
daily at 8:50 a. m., 8 p. m., and 11:15 p. m.
that commission does not expireuntil |
and Chicago. commendation that can be given my:
f AH trains from the Southeast connect with the Iron Mountain Trains at
Leave Jacksonville 7:50; a. m.. via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. it saved the life of our little girl when the day of October 1906.

Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. m.. via the Atlantic Coast Line' Ry. she was three years old. She Is nowsix In witness whereof I have hereunto! Memphis. For rates maps etc., address.

Stop-overs allowed on these Jlcket Tickets are on sale :March 1 to May and we have kept it for her nset my hand and affixed my official seal HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS I. E. RE LANDER' ,

13: inclusive and from September 15 to October 3L sir ity! but of course she only takesit this the 7th day of January. 1903. Traveling Passenger Agent,
For maps,schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker Florida no" Vnea anything disagrees withSep. SeaL) A. E. Gerig, Jan. 13 and 17, Feb. 7 and 21, 34 West 9th St,

r sengergent., "Dixie Flyer" Route Jacksonville Florida. ." Sold by all druggi t!. Notary Public.: 1 Mar. 7 and 21, Apr. 4 and 18. CHATTANOOGA, TENN

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