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The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily (except Sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556

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Abstract:
The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1905. PAGE FIVE

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UNION REVIVAL ANTIQUITY OF CIVILIZATIONThe j i LIVING ON HIS PAST OFFICE CALENDARS ISSUEDBY I PRACTICALNellie I I( A HUNTING EXPEDITION

I ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Baptist, Presbyterian Methodist and annals and monuments of Chal- j Drummer: "What became of oldTuffnut : "Bobby, do you believe that I .On December 27 a party went to Gum-

ChristianThe dea and China take us back to about i; who formerly owned a disreputable For an attractive, easy to see and the devil will get us if we are naughty Slough to spend the remaining holidays

2500 B. C., or 4400 years from the pres- j dive on Blank street?" read office calendar send six cents in ?" I between Christmas and New Year's
union revival meeting, to begin
ent time, and tell the same tale as I I Merchant: "Oh he reformed several stamps to W. H. Leahy, Division Passenger Bobby: "No, o' course not! We'll get day The party consisted of seven gen-
otn the 15th,
under the leadership of
I those of Egypt-of a dense population i years ago, joined the church, and is Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, At- the devil if we're found out, that's all." tlemen, six ladies and four boys and
Rev Walter Holcomb,
will Include the I
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and a high degree of civilization al- i now one of our most honored and respected lanta, Ga. -Puck. were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. fL V.
above named churches. The I' j ,
reporterin I ready established. In fact, it is evi- i j citizens." Hicks, Mr.. H. J. Hicks, Mrs. 11. M. Ca-
yesterday's Star had not been sufficiently -
I dent that the great alluvial valleys of I Drummer: "What business is he in DO NOT SUPPRESS A COUGH ruthers, Miss Alice Hicks, Mr. Howard -
informed at least, had not THE OMNIPRESENT
rivers such as the Nile and the Eu- I now?'' Prof. C. P. Wamock Akin Caruthers -
learned that the Baptist and Christian
I phrates had been inhabited for num- I Merchant: "None at all He made a l When you have a cough, do not try of Oxford, W. E. Burrell of Winter
church had also joined in with the oth- "What is it, began' the pretty girl,
i ber of centuries by a population which i I fortune out of his divejand retired." I to suppress it, but remove the cause. i Park, Willie Brazier of Eldorado, Misses -
"that is everywhere and in everything
ers named. Brother Warren had a long
] had emerged from the hunting and I I The cough is only a symptom of some I Kittie Nelson and Jessie Taylor of
-something :you cannot see and you
standing engagement with Dr. Willing- "
I pastoral stage into that of agriculture, !' BRUTALLY TORTURED disease. The disease is what you Coleman, Miss Bascom Hicks and two
ham to preach on the 15th but for the know it is there?
I and had increased and multiplied until I' A case came to light that for per- I should cure,. and then the cough will brothers, Oliver and Thomas, and Mr.
"draft the small
spoke boy
good of the cause he prevailed on Dr. t up t
great cities were built and mighty; sistent and unmerciful torture has stop of itself. The mo:t common cause Chas. B. Waters and brother James.
per- whose father in
was politics.
Willingtiam to come one week earlier I I
monarchies founded and who were in t i haps never been equaled. Joe 0010I of coughing is a cold. Anodynes will of Levon. Gum Slough was the first
next Sunday) and will therefore be
possession of most of the arts of civil ': hick of Colusa, Calif., writes: "For 15 promptly suppress the cough, and pre- I Bur-rell
ready to join In the union services.L. I BOUCHT CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH
ization. The Egyptian dates, which years I endured insufferable pain from parations containing chloroform,II the professor of athletics at Winter -
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W. Moore. I carry us back about 7000 years, are, rheumatism, and nothing relieved me. Remedy and Sent It to FriendsMr. opium, etc., are used for that purpose, ( Park, performed some marvelous

I however by far the earliest on which :, though I tried everything known. I but they do not cure the cold. Chamberlain's -I feats, standing on his hands, turning
ANOTHER GOOD MAN i I F. W. J. Fletcher, a druggist in etc. About 10 o'clock it
I somersaults
the other
1 we can rely as an authentic record and came across Electric Bitters and it's Cough Remedy on
GONE WRONG Victoria, Australia, says: "A customerof .1 began raining, but luckily Mr. B. V.
any glimmerings of history beyondthem the greatest medicine on earth for that hand does not suppress the cough, but !
He neglected to take mine was so pleased with Chamber- Hicks had his tent ,'which shel-
along
Foley's Kidney I i are obviously m'thical.-Samuol | trouble. A few.bottles of it completely I relieves it by removing from the throat

Cure at the first sign of kidney trouble,! Laing in Modern Science and Thought. ,relieved and cured me." Just as good lain's Cough Remedy, which she had j and'lungs the mucous, which obstructed I tered"eleven of the crowd, the rest

hoping it would wear away, and he was I for liver and kidney troubles and general I used for her children when suffering the breathing and allaying the Irri- hovering under umbrellas and wagons.

soon a victim of Bright's disease.. Thereis NIGHT WAS HER TERROR"I : de Hity. Only 50c. Satisfaction from colds and croup, that during tation and tickling in the throat. It I Wednesday morning twelve of the

danger in delay, but if Foley's Kidney II' 'I guaranteed by the Anti-Monopoly fortnight's time she obtained at my also opens the secretions and effectually I crowd went to Alto and five returned

Cure is taken at once the symp- would cough I nearly all night long," I I Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. shop nine bottles, which she sent to and permanently cures the coldas I home. All reported a jolly time, longto
toms will the i iI her friends in different parts of the be remembered.
disappear kidneys are writes Mrs. Charles Applegate, of Alexandria i I well as the cough. For sale by all.I ,
strengthened and you are soon sound Last week state, telling them how much good It -
I I Ind., 'and could hardly get I was house-cleaning week druggists.
and well. A. R. Bass of Morgantown, I any sleep. I had consumption so bad with us, and we have picked out a lot had done and advising them to give it I SPEEDY RELIEFA

Ind.. had to get up ten or twelve times that if I walked a block I would cough of shoes and marked them at low pric- a trial" For sale by all druggists. I BACKWOOD SETIQUETTE
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m a night, and had a severe backache I frightfully and spit blood, but whenall ':, es. We have done this to make room I salve that heals without a scar Is

and pains in the kidneys and was cur I other medicines failed, three $1 betties i I for our large line of spring shoes which You will see something pretty if "Bill!" DeWitt's Witch Hazel,Salve. No rem-

ed by Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by I, of Dr. King's New Discovery whol- I:will soon be here. "The House That you look at that handsomely finished "What is it, Sue" edy affects such speedy relief. It

the Postoffice Drugstore. ly cured me and I gained 58 pounds." 1 Treats You Right"'LOUISVILLE buffet with leaded glass front, at the "I'm going to tell you one thing, draws out inflammation soothes, cools

It's absolutely guaranteed to cure I Ocala Furniture Co. an' that is this: Ef you've got airy I and heals all cuts, burns and bruises.A .

YET TO COME Coughs, Colds, LaG rippe, Bronchitisand : & NASHVILLE R. R. razor or gun on you, an' go cuttin' an'! sure cure for Piles and skin diseases.

all throat and lung troubles. Price I!! FASTEST TIME and Jewelry of all kinds, silver and gold slashin' folks at the social, I won't goj I DeWitt's is the only genuine Witch

Blanche, Wilbur and Thomas were,50c. and $1. Trial bottles free at the FINEST SERVICEto novelties, a handsome stock of late de- to the hangin' with you next Friday!" !!Hazel Salve. Beware of counterfeits;

in the garden playing and making a Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. ALL POINTS signs. A. E. Burnett. -Atlanta Constitution. I II they are dangerous. Sold by William

great deal of noise but'small Jack sat I NORTH Anderson.

in a corner very quiet; which for Jack THE ORIGINAL |
Blank books of all kinds, !sizes! and WEST and
was an unusual proceeding.After I .
rulings; office supplies of all kinds. I NORTHWEST
watching them for some time I Ocala News Company. Through Pullman Drawing Room PUREGROCERIES Foley and Co., Chicago, originated'' HANDSOME STOCK.oF

the mother's curiosity prompted her to I I Sleeping Cars daily from JACKSONVILLE Honey and Tar as a throat and lung!

ask!! II remedy, and on account of the great{
I Silverware, plated. hollow and flatware to BIRMINGHAM NASHVILLE ; I II -
'What are you playing?" merit and popularity of Foley's Honey j i
I every piece guaranteed, at A. E. ;I EVANSVILLE CHICAGO. ST. |
'We are playing house answered .i Burnett's. I LOUIS, PENSACOLA. MOBILE and I and Tar many imitations are offered j Fall and Winter Piece
Wilbur Ianche and I are the mother. I 1'NEW ORLEANS. I I for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey

and the Father and Thomas is the.i and Tar and: refuse any subs+ltute offered -
: FINEST DINING CAR SERVICE IN I Everything sold by me is, Goods
child PURE MILK THE SOUTH. ELEGANT FREE RECLINING as no other preparation will give
.
I fresh and This is abI -
Ami what does Jack do?" pure. the same satisfaction. It is mildly laxative -
CHAIR CARS.
heE'eHe- isn't born )'et"-Jan-I Ii II I i I Route of the famous "CHICAGO & I I I.solutely necessary in the gro-j i! It contains no opiates and is safest i I I have now in the handsomest and

uui'\ Lippincott'sWORKING III I Pure Milk and Creamare j FLORIDA LIMITED." i 1 eery business, both from the i ii iI for children and delicate persons. I ISolj most up-to-date line of Piece Goods for
I
II i Be sure your tickets read via the L I by the Postoffice Drugstore.
i II and for
Fall
Suits, Trousers Overcoats
of the seller and I
NIGHT AND DAY among the greatest ; & N.I j standpoint :
and Winter Wear, that has ever been
: For rates, schedule 'the Phone and A Louisville paper reports that there)
of table delicacies. Theyare I 1 and full Information t consumer. offered in Ocala. Call early, see the
Tti- busiest the mightiest little thing call on or write Geo. E. Herring, I are two divorced women to everydi '
both [free delivery. Goods and Styles, and make your seles*
and '
that tion. Many experience. Ev
I I II II years
Lttv FIIK These pills change weakness WHOLESOME if suppliedby sonville, Fla. to mind the statement of the Kansas ;,
I
i ; I I I ery piece of work guaranteed, and the
into strength listlessness into en"fsr : I editor that the alarming increase of
Prices are in keeping with the Goods.
>', brain-fag into mental power. The most elegant line of sideboards, marriages among men constituted a
The FairB.
Ths-y're wonderful in building up the : 1; china closets, ladies' dressing tables, social problem that challenged the attention -I Jerry Burnett
THE HERMITAGE DAISY I ,
h .uth. Only :!Se. per box. Sold by the II ladies' desks hall hatracks, etc., to be of the best minds of the age.-

AutiIonor01)Drugstore.. j I GEO B. TYLER Prop. I I I found in Florida. Mclver and.MacKay. L HALL, Prop. Milwaukee Sentinel. 1 Merchant Tailor.




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PACE SIX OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1905.
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HONORING HENRY GORDON. I HOW'S THIS ONLY EIGHTY ACCEPT 1

H. ROBINSON, President S. H. BLITCH, Manager -

A. H. MARSH, Ant. Manager Sheriff Henry Gordon returned: this I We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- Remainder of Russian Officers Will The Yellow

morning from Dunnellon where he met I ward for any case of Catarrh that can- Not Bind Themselves Not to FightAt

e Faculties :IfTHE- the city council of the Phosphate City not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. .
Port Arthur; with the Third Jap- HollyBy
last night and checked up his accounts i J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, O. I
anese Army, via Fusan, Jan. 7.-Only
COMMERCIAL BANK with the city as marshal and tax collector i We, the undersigned, have known F. !
eighty Russians officers have accepted FERGUS HUME
Are at Your Dilposal. which were found correct to a I J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and '
parole. Author of "The Mystery of a,
cent. After the council adjourned believe him perfectly honorable in all "
WITH AMPLE CAPITAL, MODERN BANKING METHODS AND I All the regular Russian troops have Hansom Cab. Eta
Sheriff Gordon invited the members of business transactions and financiallyable
CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT marached out of Port Arthur and left fbpyriQht ms by G. IT DOlingJiar
that body and other city officials, to the to carry out any obligations made j I Omtpony

\ We are Prepared to Give You Service Second to None number of twenty-five, to Peterson'sCafe : by his firm. I for Port Dalny.
Japanese troops entered the city
where magnificent had Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, I
I a menu (Continued from Wednesday.)
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US Thursday to keep order. '
been prepared, which was greatly en- Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. ,
Xon-combatants are allowed the option -
joy 1. The "flow of soul" over, the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
of remaining at Port Arthur. Mrs. Ward came across to George
"feast of reason" was inaugurated by nally, acting directly upon the blood I II I The Japanese navy is removing and left Derrington talking to Doro-

electing Dr. Griffith- as toast master, and mucous surfaces of the system. j I thy, for whom he professed a great ad-
BIG CUT IN I mines and the Japanese hulks at the
when a number of the leading citizens Testimonials, sent free. Price 75c. per miration. He knew that Dorothy liked
I harbor mouth.
and orators of that famous town did bottle. Sold by all druggists. Brendon, as Mrs. Ward had told

the subjects assigned them full jus- Take Hall's. Family Pills for consti- All the forts have been taken over by him so, and he frankly acknowledgedto

LADIES FELT SLIPPERSRegular the Japanese. her that Brendon was a clever man.
tice. Amongthe things said went pation.

many complimentary expressions of Japanese Will Not Make An Offer of "I wish my grandson had his brains"
eaid Derrington regretfully. "Do yon
regret at severing their relations with OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS Peace
Price We Are { like Brendon r
$1.50, Closing I :Marshal: Gordon, on the able and efficient H. W. Taylor Crystal Paver; S. H.Happersctt Washington Jan. .-Japan has Dorothy did not see why she should

manner he had conducted his Arthur J. Doyle, Jacksonville made no overtures for peace to Russia, conceal her feelings. "I love him," shj .

Them Out at 50 cents per Pair I office and -the excellent service ren- ; S. M. Wolf Baltimore C. 1.1 directly or indirectly, through the United j I said qui tly and firmly.

dered the city. It a pleasant "Har replied Derrington, showing;
I was very Johnson, Georgia: S. G. Collins. St. States or any other power; she contemplates "
occasion and grl.'atlenjoyed.. They 1 no surprise. "Mrs. Ward hInted at
Louis; Edw. Glaser, wife, two children such action and now that
no
Call and before I something of that sort, but I thought
get a they ate voted Sheriff Gordon a and
pair gone trump and nurse, South Carolina; Frank Port Arthur has fallen proposes to that Walter""Please -

wished him a successful term as sher- Palmer, Jr., New York; Mr. and Mrs. 'press the war in'the north all the more say no more Lard Derrington. -

iff of Marion county. H. C. Bagley, Atlanta; A. E. Speigle, vigorously by reinforcing the Japanese ." '"

WJ CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY D. J. Renfroe, Baltimore; W. S. Tyner, ''armies at Liao Yang with the greater "Well then I won't" Derrtngton'a
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"Mr. J. L. Grantham fhe successful" city; J. I... Peacock and wife, Willis- part of the'troops who have been b eyes rested wrathfully on the withered

young merchant at Oklawaha, passed I. ton; W. H. Caldwell, Tampa; P. J. i i sieging" Port Arthur.' This in brief, I young man he called grandson "I

through the rity yesterday afternoonwith Knight, Crystal River; Jack Castelber- + represents the views of Mr. Kogoro I don't wonder at your choice, my"dear.

I his fair who Miss RosaL. What Walter requires Is a nurse.
pride, was
ry'F. P.-Rice, T. M. Armstead, Atlanta Takahira, the Japanese minister.
I I That Is n profession I have not tak- v
Bush. Theyparties met at Gainesville ; D. S. Greenbaum, Savannah;
Millinery Announcement "The fall of Port Arthur I said the en up," said Dorothy laughing. Der-
January-rT"and married at
were Y. M. Hulme, Jacksonville.
minister, "is but a step in the war rington said no more about Brendon
the residence df Mr. Jonas Jones of the
which Japan is waging for a'principle. but Dorothy noticed that his eyes were

: Central City By Rev. Rcfeers, _the Baptist : You have of Certainly it is an important step, but rarely off the face of her lover.
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minister Jof the place Only the Meantime Vane joined Mrs. Ward
1'\vill sell out my entire stock of fine millinery during: the next thirty : had I I nothing could be further. from the truth
'I friends of the bride were present. The course and Dorothy, seeing that Leonard was
than the assumption that because Japan -
days, or open for business: the most elegant line of Star extends hearty congratulations to I alone, beckoned him to approach. Der-
I has captured a stronghold, the fall

the newly wedded pair and trusts that CHOCOLATE CREAM SODA i jDELICIOtS of which has long been expected, the rington having was his conversation not particularly with pleasedat a pretty -

Paris Importations For Easterever they may be blessed with that jOand make
1 "ICE CREAM SODA Japanese government will now girl interrupted, but he was polite
happiness" that comes to two congenial I "
HOT CHOCOLATE;) I oertures for peace. and on learning that Train knew
hearts, bound in the holy
seen in the South. Style perfect; prices the lowest, and shall continue together i Brendon intimately be began to ask
bonds of wedlock. Mr. Grantham is at one ot their ma.ny stores and con- him about his friend.
to offer my business for sale thereafter. Hut 1 must sell hats for Easter if .' /--" sidered the best you ever drank THERE ARE OTHERS
an excellent young man and has a host "But really you know, she is a great
I am still in the business. I want to se 11 out but will sell hats instead, .if I Mrs. Ward was saying to Bren-
of friends scattered ov@r\larion'oun- All Chocolate Drinks servedat artist
Evidence Accumulating That Swayneis
cant help it, and will sell them ty, which hemafle while a teacher in don. "There Is something so original
our fountain are made with Not the Only Tomato Canon about her."
our public schoals. The bride is the

So Cheap For My Usual Elegant GoodsIt lovely daughter Lf Mrs. Green Bush of .dfaf ry Chocolate and after the Dump and They it was were Vane speaking who bad of Lola introduced Velez.

Oklawaha and i i. esteemed and respected their formula.T. Washington Jan. ".-The committee I the subject. George, to whom the sub

Will Gjve the Country a Treat and the Ladies a wherever known. W. TROXLER of which Representative Palmer of ject was distasteful, tried to avoid the

Rare Opportunityto I Pennsylvania is chairman, appointedby discussion, but Mrs. Ward would return -

I Mr. Alfred Proctor, the mill man, Fruits, Confections, Cigars and Tobacco the House to prepare articles of impeachment again and again to the topic.

buy a magnificent hat without an e rjual in the land, at prices that will farmer and trucker of the Levon sec- + against Federal Judge "They say you know her very well,"

tion, was in town today, accompaniedby I she declared
prove I want to sell out my business. I w consider an offer to buy (and sell Charles Swayne, held a meeting last "I am not sorry to put you right on
his sawyer, J. M. Crow. Mr. P. reports I
reasonable) for the next thirty days. Respectfully yours, Miss Gamble, an attractive young night. that point" replied Brendon, his eyes

business good. lady of McIntosh, is visiting Mr and Secretary Shaw has written a letter I hardening. "Many false rumors are

I to Representative Gillett of the committee i about to one of which you alluded the
Mrs. Alfred Ayer.
MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS I Mrs. Stone of Leesburg passed in response to an inquiry by the other day, Mrs. Ward. This Is another.

through Ocala today' on her way to EGGS, 20 CENTS A DOZEN, I latter as to the expenses of federal What I know of Senora Velez and howI
I Reddick to visit friends. know her can be put in a nutshell"And
judges' when holding court outside their
I At the Teapot Grocery I I George Quietly related his rescue
1I I district. Secretary Shaw's letter shows ,
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of the dancer.
1II! Mrs. T. Tower of Floral 9
B. City cameup
II i that in the fiscal year 1903 thirtysixfederal I the
The Fort King Dairy is now the "Then you did make her success
this noon her to Kansas I
-------p on way I judges charged expenses for she is?" cried Mrs. Ward when he end-
around town.
City, Mo., to see, a sick brother.Dr. leading dairy I 2344 days. Of these 1463, or 624 per i, ed. "Oh, yes, it's no use denying It.

TheEffective cent., charged for $10 a day, and 881, or You picked a jewel out of the gutter
LOST-A gold star pin, lost Wednesday
Reeves and wife of Levon in chance of shining."
were about 374 per cent., at less than J10 and gave it a
at A. C. L. depot. On the face I I did that much. But she
town today. The doctor is the manager a day. "Perhaps
of the big West mill. were the letters, D. W. F. C., which made a success by her genius."

Remedy I stand" for Due West Female College. "I hope she is grateful," murmured
I WANTED-Twelve salesladiesfor
young
II I On the other side are the initials J.M. Vane with a malicious smile.
Mr. Moore, the lieutenant for
WASHINGTON, IOWA, April 4, 1903.r Captain next week. Apply at once to the Brendon turned on him! sharply "Jdon't
I D. The pin is the size of a quarter, I
J. B. Martin at Electra, in town
was
I was troubled for over a year with so scanty a flow that Boston Store.A know what you mean by gratitude -
it was virtually heavy cold and has chain and pin attachment.
__- suppression. superinduced this today.
condition and nothing 1 could do I ," he said deliberately.
seemed to help me. i
Finder will be rewarded
cu Jeanie The only effective remedy I ever found was Wine of liberally by "Well" drawled the little dandy,
Root, Cardui. Within two weeks I felt the good effects of the medicine returning the pin to W. C. Dunn, at MYSTERY SOLVEDIt '
and after I had used 13 bottles in all I was as healthy James R. Moorhead is opening out "she is pretty anti""She -
11 sister used it whe.pothe'r and regular as any woman could wish to be t South Watula street through the Reed W. W. Carman & Go's grocery.THE will be remembered that about one is not at all pretty, Mr. Vane,

and found that It made expecting childbirth to become com para-a /) j, property. Mr. /Moorhcad I "- will place I year ago a negro man by the name of and were she as lovely! as Cleopatra it

easy and after the child was born she found < Charley Turner was killed near Mr. would not matter to me. My connection -
that it helped her to 7Z6tlUL this 1 then
regain her strength. > lan.1 on arket and auction it
I I Dan Beville's" place, on the road between with her ceased when she made
off in the course of a month. The landis HOWARDORANGES
G&AVD Worm I Bushnell and Webster. The her success." George quite forgot the
ASSOCIATE, SONS o. Tastrasaxca.WINEOJCftRDUI I
andm desirable
high dry a part of I presence of Mrs. Ward and spoke ve
killing was quite a mystery.: A negro
Otala.: hement "Can't understand thata
and there are you
named Will Rushing was bound over
.-' better I man may do a kind action without
none for trial but the grand jury at the last of wom-
I brothrR; being biased by the beauty a
Dr. .
Ogle. \ I. W. Ogle, are for sale at retail
t term of court very properly returned no ?"
who has been here for several weeks, and by the box by an
Wine I I true bill, as the evidence against him "Some men can," said Mrs. Ward politely
of Cardui cures nine out of ten visiting his brother and representing ,
every cases of the disordersof The 0. K. Grocery, Mr.
are one,
"and I
would not warrant it. Recently a negro am sure you
menstruation. These cures are permanent, whether the troubleis I Park, Davis & Co., of Detroit, medical W. M. Martin, named Will Johnson got angry Brendon. But suppose the woman"-

complicated or not. I book publishers, leaves Monday for C. H. Dame, I .'1 don't suppose anything, Mrs.
with his wife and told her he would
Wine of Cardui cures the sickness of relieves :Gainesville and will continue his work Ferguson & Usher Ward. I know. Senora Velez was
young girls, the shoot her with the same" kind of shot I
weakness of adults, banishes leucorrhoea, headaches backaches | in Alarhua county.Mr. andC. poor. I helped her to attain to the
,
and he shot Charley Turner with-a "rung
I -
nervousness and eases the crisis I position she now holds because endeavor
attendant the E.
on of life. Taylor.
change "
shell. She reported this and last week to follow the preaching of

Thousands of mothers besides Miss Root's sister have i :and Mrs. Charles Miller, who the body of Turner was examined, and Christ, and she Is to me a grateful

found grateful relief from the pains of childbirth and have l I I spent the week in Ocala, returned to HEADQUARTERS FOR THE i true enough the shell as described was friend. There is no more and no less

had a quick and happy recovery from its use. You cannot /( : their home in Early Bird today. \ SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.1" found in the body. The "rung shell" to be said," and a trifle ruffled, George

afford to suffer when 11.00 bottles are sold by all J)) Col. Adam Eichelberger., who has < as we understand, is a shell cut round turned on his heel to join Dorothy.

druggists.e "Well I'm sure," murmured Mrs.
,
t been ill at his home for a. week, was out At Helvenston-Blitch-Pasteur Com- just at the point where the powder "
8f : Ward, "and In my own Louse too:
4- today.A. pany, : ceases, and it is said a shell thus "TLere must be
Vane sniggered.
-. h-- .-_ ._. -- _- --_ ._ J. Cone, now of Gainesville, formerly Where Mrs. L. W .Jackson will be to i j "rung" will take the whole load, shell something in it," he said. "She's too

of Dooley, Ga., an old classmate present the admirable qualities of the |' and all, above the powder like a solid I pr tty."

of Henry. Clay Gates of this tity, indispensable household necessity. Supplies bullet. The shell with its contl.'ntsU! I flo these two scandal mongers talked

i- ht-re displaying his sewing machine 1 of all kinds for sale. |I found in the body. It is said that, no j I on and George had only made matters

.. . sse em .. sr .. UK.tor attachment. It is a boon to a I I I animosity existed between Turner and I worse by his explanation.: However the,
he believed that he had nipped
un'i'un who uses a sewing machine. Toilet and comb brush ( Johnson but Johnson claimed to his I
cases and I scandal In tLe br.c!. and strolled Into
< <- it at Ic.. Smith's Ocala Furniture i! wife that he was hired to do the kill-
: SEAJ30AED I sets at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore; the nes't room with Dorothy to quiet

'''II1I'.tl1 t also military brush sets. j ing. He is now serving time as a county -I his mind. Behind them they left Der-

!! convict for some minor crime.I .- talking to Train and rather enjoying -
rington
Thf lailioad commission, by an or- I I

U-t just out. has allowed the changes i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR i!iSumtefville Times. I himself.!

: AIR LINE RAILWAY, : iii iatrs petitioned for and in a hear- ; Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap- i i! "Do you think Lord" Derrington
I' knows who you are? asked Dorothyas
iiis .it J.H'kson\-ille. December 31. re- ter 4SS8, Laws of Florida I CRUM CONFIRMED I seated themselves
she and George
M FORe '.itii.ar to agricultural implements I Notice Is hereby given that J. B. Martin : Washington, Jan. 7.-The nomination -I on a divan .

5avannah Columbia Camden Southern PlneA.H bpi:.,Is. -ICKIIS and frames. earthenware. I purchaser of tax certificates No. of \\. D. Crum, a negro, to be so- I "I am not sure," replied George who

.I"h ,ti.d *K> light frames stoves, ranges 1 2173, dated the 5th day of April, A. D. :\, licitor for the port of Charleston. S. C., i did not want to tell her what he knew
'
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore : I btht- carload lots granted the 1892, and certificate 2952: dated August i! was confirmed by the Senate In executive I lest ne should have to introduce the

Philadelphia New York. .... 7. 1899, has filed said certificates in : name of Lola Velez. "I have an Idea
my
sanl There: will also be a meeting of session today by a vote of 33 to 17. ,

r= thti lllnissiun in Tallahassee, to con- I office and has made application for tax I that he does."
I Dorothy shook her boad. "I don'tthink
S TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. Q I
deed to issue in accordance with law.
M.-I srr.tl rules, amend same, etc.Mr I j SLIM CHANCE FOR DEMOCRATS be
I j : so. If he knows you be must
Said certificates embrace the fonoiving Ij
: H.udy. representing the Remsey I i I aware that you know him and about

e Seaboard Express, 8 PUTI\ company of Seneka. Foils. N. Y., described property situated.in Marion i session I the relationship! and would not speak

to'hold county, Florida, to-wit: Com. 13 3-8 : I think he is taken with
so freely.
in this afternoon the
Seaboard Mail ii1: a con- contest for governorship to a commission i
: : .., rd, e of nw cor of sets of nw%, sec 11, you Gcor? ."
iv- \\ ihIr.. J. C. Wheeler. : consisting of twelve republicans -I
"Well he has been putting me
I !! tp 17, r 24, thence southeasterly toi
J. <'. Wheeler of the International and three democrats.McKiAN .
nODERN PULLHAN EQUIPMENT. i center of set of nw%, thence northeasterly t I through my paces. I only hope that
: : H.i\..,'1o>r Company, came in from i 1 our chance meeting of tonight may
I| to a point 53U rds e of pt of .
'idl.\ tlie: yesterday, where he con- bear fruit. What is Train doing here!
thence w to o b e% of nw'4
M com p ;
ir-: r. : v. ith Mr. Warner of the same I LUMBER Co Your mother only bad him in her

ONLY LINE OPERATING G "nr; ..'.\_ Mr. Wheeler will leave for and wi of sw A, sec 8, tp 17, r :!". The house once before, and she does not

I said land being assessed at the dat- of like I '
him.
Q Dally Through Sleepers from JacKSonville 1 South Florida Monday. the issuance of such certificate!? in the WOOD "I can't make out why she asked

:MH:..:-*.. the Dunnellon nursery ;' i "He is dull
to New Orleans. name of Mrs. Laura Holcomb and F. Q. i him, said Dorothy. a

n m "',t:--" .. came in from Anthony tod'y. I; Brown trustee. Unless said certificates WOOD young nan. though harmless enough.But .

S Q .,1- t_ h.. i-fj a foundered horse on' *U1 be redeemed according to liv my mother made a point of asking
For lull information: and Se! p.r Reservations, call on any Agent b him to wooer"
Hi ii.- --- in the.unty., and om \ _' "d will issue thereon on the 7th WOOD
Seaboard, cr write "Humph I wonder what that's for,"
:hy.k dr.tl ,>!.
i e: "at ':ay ot January, A. D. 1905.
I
A. 0. MacDonell Asst. Gem Pass. Agent JjJ Tl.tI'. ..-. and WOOD said Brendon. wrinkling: his brows for
MI. is. v Yr. :':-! t.-r- --r Wtrmy official signature
he knew well that Mrs. Ward did nothIng -
11 Jacksonville, Fire E-> tbTirn.ton ir Y...- '. \ : : ,,- ': r1! .= ti- Cri day of December, A. without equivalent
I S. C. BOYI.ST )N, JR. Pawenger Jacksonville Fla. 50c and $ .00 loadi i| expecting an
Agent ,
this ftr-rnuun : .- ; : -.. S. Sistnmk, per i*return. Then te recollected her questions

1.1 5S Og E.e I. B Bem D I fired people! to \ I ,_.... ;.: ':. ...: ':'.a-. Marion Co Fla. i Telephone No. 126. about the crime and wondered if


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OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1905. PAGE SEVEN
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I I I '!
.ne naa umtea eoaara so as to pump Brenaon ana that he'was In Mrs. Jer- : "I umpb: There are different ways I ny a menu or yours. who"- --I I

him.And sey's sitting room on that night lIeI I of looking at that But you were also I "I knew it." interrupted Brendon THE COLORED PEOPLE'S

that is what she was doing: at is tie criminal""I engaged by Lord Derrington to watch I smarting up and beginning to pace the DEPARTMENT FOLEY'SHONEY I

the very moment Almost as swn a* tell you he Is not Mrs. Ward." mer I I r om."That was why she asked

the lovers had disappeared Into tie I "Don't excite yourself, Mr. Train. Bawdsey did not display the least Leonard Train to d.nner.: ..

.yellow boudoir Lord Derrington had Here are Mr. Brendon and Dorothy. I surprise. "That's very creditable to "She'jot out of him that you had Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor.

taken his departure. He Insisted thai I She sailed toward them with open i your observation Mr. Brendon. It'sJ teen in the sitting rosin of )IN. Jersey

Vane should accompany: him home, an-1 :! hands. "Finished your talk? We J J i true." +I at mldnII t." +: ,I

they left together i i must say good night" And to herself j "How did Lord Derrington find out "That it nntrro" began George \"ioI i i ilontly I SUNDAY SERVICESMt.

This was an excellent opportunity'' he murmured while smiling, "I've J I that I was passing under the name ofi : when Bl\\'dsE'Y stopped him.

to find out what Mrs. Ward wanted to i t got you at last-I've got you at last!'' i i i George Brendon?" I "So it is:. to Mrs. Ward to Lord Per- Moriah Baptist ChurchDr.

know. Taking Leonard's arm she led And Brendon shook hands: with Madame I "Well, sir, if you will shove advertisements I I j rington and to the public but so far as

him to a chair some distance from the Judas, quite unconscious of her into the paper asking abut I I am concerned Mr. Brendon. it is a ( D. H. Brown Pastor.)

door of the boudoir. premeditated treachery. the celebration of the marriage of IV. 'I' fact. You were in Mrs. Jersey's room 9:30 a. m.-B. Y. P. U. andTAR I

"N'ow let us have a nice long talk. cy Vane and Miss Rosina Loekw3 about the time she was murdered." 11 a. m.-Special service.

dear Mr. Train." she said. "We can CHAPTER XI. [ you must expect to be dropped upon: : I "How can you prove that?" asked 3 m.-Services.

renew our pleasant conversation." I XDER the rule of Miss Bull- "And you looked me up?" <'('Urge quickly and very pale. p.

"I don't think It was very pleasant U for Margery was a mere fig I "Quite so. I have had you under oi- "Oh. I can prove it easily enough, andI 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by pastor. I CURES

aid Train unwillingly urehead-the house in Amelia I serration for the last six months. Anymore will soon But confers -

"What an. ungallant thing to say!" square was much more lively, questions, sir?" "That I killed the woman? No: I Mt Zion A. M. E. Church

"I mean to talk about crime"- but in spite of the air which certainly I "Only one." replied George. "Will I iwer laid a finger on her." Coughs andGoIds
"1s most mean Instructive. the house all i (Rev R. S. Quarterman, Pastor.)
amusipg pervaded things you tell me exactly what you are oVI "I believe that said Bawdsey. "It.I .
Oh. yes. I have read many of I were very proper. Miss Bull was a 1! I lag here?" I thought you were guilty I should 9:30 a. m.-Sunday school. PREVENTS

those novels-what do they call them! ', lady and saw that things were'kept I "Certainly. You shall have the whole! : H3: not even then. You saved my lift, 11 a m.-Christian Endeavor. I
detective novels. I have often thought decent The boarders feared her bright :1 I "
; story Mr Brendon. but in the first and I'm grateful.! 3.30 Pneumonia
how nice it would be if one could really I black eyes and her sharp tongue and place I shall ask you a question in my I "I believe you are my friend," laid p. m.-Preaching. andConsumption

try to find out who killed a person. were always glad when she retired U turn. Do you know why 1 asked you George: gloomily, sitting down 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by pastor.

Now, in this case, Mr. Train, I am sure her sitting room. But Miss Bull was to come and see me today?" "You wouiatiiave been arrested by \ -

yon heard something or saw some- also liked as she was a very affable Brendon shook his head. "I have not now were I not Mr. Brendon." Covenant Baptist Church

thing" Lostess. Margery was now, as ever. the least! idea," he confessed. ":-10, I tell you neither Mrs. Wardnor Fol,'. Honey and Tar not only
"Upon word 1 neither her docile slave and Miss Bull (Rev. M. W. :Newsome, Pastor.) the bat heals and
my saw nor I governed "I'll enlighten you was the otherman's Lord Derrington will go so far. stops cough strength
heard," protested Leonard. "I was In with a rod of Iron. reply. "To warn you that you They will try to intimidate me, but 9:30 a. m.-B. Y. P. U. ens the lungs and prevents serious results

bed all the time." Among the new hoarders Miss Bull are in danger of arrest""I they won't succeed." 11 a. m.-Sen-ices. from a cold. i

"But you must have bean the fall took most notice of Bawd soy, who occupied in danger of arrest?" George Tou'll fight them?" 3:30 p. m.-Sunday school There is no danger of Pneumonia

of the body or the shutting of the door the rooms formerly inhabitedby Jumped up. "What do you mean?" + George set his face. "While there Is 7:30 p. m.-Special sermon by pa Consumption or other serious lang
&s the ahT: Mrs. Ward saw from the Train. On his arrival he had ask "
"Oh, my meaning is clear enough. II breath in my body. tor. trouble if Fole '. Honey and Tar
expression of Leonard's face that she ed particularly for these rooms, saying There is a chance that you. may be "I knew you were a plucky one," ,
is taken it will
the stubI
had touched upon something. "You that he had once lived in them when he accused of having murdered Mrs. Jersey aid Bawdsey admiringly, "but you Second Baptist Church as cure most -
born coughs-the dangerous kind that
did bear""No with Mrs. Jersey I
stopped many yearsbefore. must be aware that your position is
no!" he stammered, wonderinghow ; I After some thought Miss Bull George dropped back into his chair perilous." 11 a. Preaching. settles on the lungs and may developinto

he was to get out of confessing remembered the man. lIe had boarded with a white face. "You must be madto One moment." said Brendon. "Why 3 p. m.-Services. pneumonia over night.If .

about the opening of the front door in the house and had been a great say such a thing. Who accusesme does Train believe that I was la Mrs. 7:30 p. m.-Services. you have a cough or cold do not

without appearing rude. favorite with madame. but had later ?" Jersey's room?" risk Pneumonia when Foley' Honey

"Nonsense! Confess! Confess, yon gone to America and for some time "Lord Derrington." "He found beside the table a yellow Zion M. E. Church and Tar will cure you quickly and

illy man!" had remained away. He expressed the "On what grounds?' holly berry and you wore"- strengthen your lungs.

But Leonard was too loyal. To lead greatest sorrow for the death of the "On certain information he obtained George started. "I did-I did," he (Rev. W. O. Bartley, Pastor) Remember the name Foro '.

her away from the point he asked a old lady, but declared that he was very from Mrs. Ward. She is your bitter muttered "It must have been brushedoff and ,

question. "Mrs. Ward, that yellow hol- pleased with the house as managed by enemy. You see, Mr. Brendon, it is not the sprig when I stooped to touch 9 a. m.-Sunday school. Honey Tar-and refuse any
substitute offered. Do not take chances
ly?" Miss Bull. The little liked 11 a. m.-Sen-lets.
woman her game that you should marry the I her.
"Yes. What about it?" She leaned him as his conversation was amusingand daughter. Mrs. Ward knows that you "Ahr! said Bawdsey in a voice of 3 p. m.-Preaching by pastor. with some unknown preparation that

forward eagerly. he was most polite, but had she are a clever man with a will of your I triumph. "Then you admit you were 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by pastor.St. costs you the same when you can get

"Did you give a sprig of it to anyone known that he was a private detectiveshe own and that she will not be able to in the room?" Foley's Honey and Tar, that costs

else?" might not have approved of him twist you around her finger, which is "T es, to you, but to no one else." ,Mmes Episcopal Church you no more and is safe and certain

"No. I only gave a bit to my daughter so much. what she wishes to do with any sons "I'm glad you trust me so tar" said in results. Contains no opiates.

and she"- What she Inquired "Your 11 a. m.-Services.
Bawdsey was never Bawdsey, genuinely pleased.
"She gave; it to Brendon. Yes, 1 as she was the least curious of confidence is not misplaced, Mr. Brent 3 p. m.-Sunday school. Cured After Physicians Said Ha

know. But did Miss Ward give any of women. His habits were certainly t n.nd you saw Mrs. Jersey?" 7:30 p. m.-Sen-ices. Had Consumption.E. .

it to a third person?"* eccentric for sometimes he would remain "I saw her body. She was dead.
To do she would s H. Jones, Pastor M. E, Church,
"Certainly not so away for a week and at other "At what time was that?"
have had to get it from me. But be- ; New Zion Baptist Church Grove, Md., writes: "About seven or
times would stop constantly in the a "About 12:: o'clock.
I eight I had a severe cold
house. lIe often remained in Led for "Why did you not give the alarm?" 9:30 a. m.-Sunday\ school. years ago very

k the day and had his meals brought to i i i "What?" George smiled derisively. 11:00-Services. which physicians said was very near

I him. This he called his bed cure and : 'You funk! I should have put the rope 3:00 m.-Services. pneumonia, and which they afterwards
p.
: stated that he! suffered from nerves I I s round my neck?" proncunced Consumption. Through a
7:30 m.Services.
I 6 He told Miss Bull quite gratuitously ; "No. but-well, no matter. We can p. friend I was induced to try a sample of
I
that he had a small income. "I am I talk of that later. But as to !setting out Foley's Honey and Tar, which gave me
;
simple in my tastes," said Mr. Bawd- 1 I, ai this room when the dour was lock- I Mrs. Anna Bell Frazier, who has so much relief that I bought some of

sey "and what I have keeps me in % 1 ed':" been to Fernandina spending some the regular size. Two or three bottles

luxrry But a man even of my age / "I didn't get out of this room, Mr. months with her daughter, Mrs. Victoria cured me of what the physicians called

must I 1- up antllAJing. Better U wear I B.l\nhey. ."- Higgmbothain, has returned to.I this consumption, and I have never had any
out than, rust out" II 11d "Wa-t: a b.t. Come into the room citj.
i I / trouble with threat or lungs since
Miss Bull assented She liked to I you\slt'pt in," said the detective, lead- my

hear I'.awdscy tell of his travels andfrequomlj I ii:4 the way. "I have made a discovery I It Is hard to regain confidence when that time. t

In asked him into her I i ,"
sitting it is once lost. The asking of pardon
room for that (lufJl) .e. lie seemed to I 'ihe bedroom was in the same con- I seldom it. It Three sizes-25c, SOc, $1.00.
very restores is always
) The 50 cent size contains two and
$ lime been everywhere! and to have I l dition as when Breiidon had last seen '
/ i better not to do anything that will one-half times as much as the small size
seen everything. It appeared from his 1I / i it, with the exception that the wardrobe I and the $1.00 bottle almost six timesas
cause to have to ask pardon.
I
you
own confession that he began his travels i I was moved to one side. The wallat much.

I at the early age of seventeen when +1I the back, which divided the room I don't
Star dues are in order. Please
1 he went to Milan And the man talked I : from the passage, appeared a blank, forget it.Hear. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

1 freely about himself-so freely that I but on touching a spring a masked I POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE, OCALA.

I Miss Bull in spite of her suspicious i door opened. Shelves were revealed -
Ye! Hear Ye! Hear Ye! -
nature, never dreamed that all this "My preserver!" I and it was evident that this door formed -
I
be convinced of bis superior skill. Ra-
1 chatter for the of throwing her She the back of a cupboard that was lathe
was purpose fn-law who may come way. I To all the Masons in good and reg-
dust in her sharp ejes. I will stick at nothing to get you out of I passage- cupboard used by the ular standing of this and other Jurisdictions zors honed and concaved lf>> all styles.
I'
A week after the little dinner at j the way" j housemaid, as was apparent from the Call at No. 115 N. Magnolia street
in
working harmony with the
I Mrs. .Ward's, Bawdsey sent a note to I "But she doesn't know that I claim dust shovel and brooms lying within next S. A. L.
M. W U. G. L. of Florida and its ju-
"1 ou flrc accusing Mr. DrcnJon." Brendon asking him to call on a certain to be Lord Derrington's grandson?" It. For a moment Bawdsey left the

yond the sprig which was given, and I afternoon, and when George anxi I "Indeed, she does," replied Bawdsey door open and looked at Brendon with risdiction. Know ye that by this meth- The unveiling of the Coleman mon-

which Mr. Brendon had no holly went i I ions to continue the acquaintance and quickly. "Derrington told her all about quiet triumph. Then he snapped the od we give notice to one and all that the ument will also take place at this session -

out of this house." I curious to know how Bawdsey bad door to and the wall appeared in its 33rd annual session of the G. L. afore- with Dr. S. T. Tice late of Greater -

"It is very rare. is it not?" procured his address, arrived, be was it""Why?" former blank condition. No one, without said, will convene in this city on the New York orator of the/day./ The

"I believe so. I dare say there wasn't '! shown up to the well known room. "Now, that" said Bawdsey, shaking making a close examination, would 10th inst., 1905 and the local committee committee will spare no pains in mak-

another bunch in London on that par- i I Bawdsey welcomed him with enthusiasm his head and looking puzzled. "is one have suspected the presence of that for this occasion will give a grand ing this enjoyable for all who attend.
ticular night. Of course there might i and much in the same style as I of the things I can't make out"George secret door. ".\ housemaid might open
banquet on Friday night, the 13th, at This promises to be the grandest session -
have been; still-but why do you ask i Lola did, but in a less theatrical manner. thought:; for a moment "I the cupboard door in the passage at
a place hereafter named, for the reception in the history of the
jurisdiction.
all this?" I was at Mrs. Ward's the other evening I any time, explained Mr. Bawdsey, accounting -
u___ __ h for hj action_ "and it would of the delegates. All persons of
"Well," said Leonard, "it seems tome I i "My preserver! said Bawdsev.. shak- he said slowly. "Lord Derrington : .
Don't only as but and
that the yellow holly has some ;t las hands vigorously and George I was there. Did he know then that I never do for her to look through! the good behavior are cordially invited to pay you go go

thing to do with the crime" laughed. I II I was his grandson?" back of the shelves into this room. She attend at a normal fee, which will be pay.

Mrs. Ward drew a long breath, but I'I "You put me In mind of a lady I '! "He did. He ha* known ever since I might talk, :Mr Br/iidon. and then charged at the door. The installationof The Original Bee Hive on West

said no word He was speaking half know" he sahI.h he uses the same : you put the advertisement in the paI I there would be trouble Yes"-Bawd- G. L. for 1905 will also take place. Is
Broadway the place to secure barcrains -
to himself, and she did not wish to in- term-quite unnecessarily, as it happens i per and I looked you up." I! sey rubbed his nose and looked at the I

terrupt his train of thought. But she :' 1: "And Mr*. Ward knew also who I I astonishel George; -"I am sure there in Christmas/ toys, assorted chl-,
would be ...ble." i Hot soda apparatus at the Red aware, toilet articles, wire jewelry,
tru
1 1 ? great
listened with all her l'ars. Leonard "I don't agree; with you, answered was ...
continued: "I found a berry in the Bawdsey, to the astonishment of his Bawdsey nodded. "Yes.n.J after I II 1 1I "I congratulate you on your cleverness Cross Pharmacy West Broadway locks, watches. General repairing aac.alty.

room where she was killed Ye*. They visitor. "Wl-en a woman is rescued :I, that evening she came to see Lord I Mr. Bawdsey," said Brt&Jouw I where :you can get hot lemonade, ginger ,

took us in to see the body, and a horrid from starvation she has a right to call ', DeniKxtuii to suggest how-,you should i .1 en he had somewhat recoered. chocolate, bouillon, coffee, etc. Everything -

sigH) itt as, I turned my eyes to the her good Samaritan the best of namc-" be pot rid of." I, "You have discovered my secret. I I is in first class order. Holiday The G. chapter of the.Eastern Star

floor and there I saw-ju
--a kind of amber bead. I dropped "so Lola hit ,U1 you." tool as Lo paw that Bawdsey. being r so it"'Nell. convene in annual session in connection

my handkerchief so that Quex mightnot lJawil"'ey nodded. "I guess so," said : frank, was ready to be his friend !! sail Bawdsey, pushing the Andrew Scott lost his little baby with the G. I*, of which Mrs. S. S.

suspect, and picked it up. When he. with a pronounced American twang I I "And Low did she propose to do that, 1 1I \ WJirdrol back: to its place with an effort night before last at 9.30 o'clock. We ilemdon is worthy matron, Hon C. W.

in niy own room I examined it. It was some\\Lat too pronounced George j I :Mr. Bawdsey? P.y having:: me arrest- "you see when I learned through extend sympathy. Patte-son, worthy patron and S. :M.

one of the yellow holly berries. thought. "She told me all about jour :| ed"- the advertisement: that George Bren -7ibbs, D. Dept. patron.

Mrs. Ward threw herself back witha visit the other nicht.;:: 'i I "With the alternative that you should don was the grandson of Lord lJerriil,- *L. Green the tonsorial; artist am

kind of unholy triumph. "Do you "Did she never speak of me before?" : give up all attempts to prove your birth I II tot I toM him of it. He related your lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft Call at the Mack House for comfor.,
"
know what you are saying Mr. "Whj, of course she spoke.: 1t.11 i and g,) to Australia." i i iI history and sweet and my hair-cut is the bst table lodging and first class meals.
Train" she said in a half whisper. you, sir. that the girl is just bubbling i "And surrender my claim to Miss "Including the murder of my father -I West
I I have two of the finest chair that turt Broadway.
"You are accusing Mr Brendon""No over with gratitude" Ward's hand?" | ?

uo!.' Train started to his feetMrs. "Yet you said when last we met that i 'Of course It's a case of threatening "Yes, including that," replied Bawd [ every way. Razors fixed in all styles AH who can receive delegates please
Ward him lie meant harm." sey. with a queer expression, "but that Call and be convinced. West Broadway
pulled down again and me Mr Brendon: I call on Dr. R. A. :M. Benton general
pointed with her fan toward the boudoir i "Jealousy. Mr. Biendon. sheer jeal i "Was Lord Derrington agreeable to i has nothing to do with the matter in I next to A. Smith.

ousy. I heard her talking: of you and 1: this suggestion?" I I hand, Mr. Brendon." manager.

"Hu 'h! lie might come out," she'Whispl'red. wishing to marry you. You see, I love : "Yes. He hates you and told me to "I'm not so sure," retorted George."I NoticeOn What has been your life since the
I
I
i should not be at all to
"But can't ? Bren- her. surprised
you see ; see you and put the matter to you.
I find that Mr Jerst'was Monday night, the 9th at litchI new year began? Have you kept those
murdered to
"So; she told :
ion wore the sprig in his coat on that :: me. You have a week to think over it, and
night lie must have been in the room : "Quite so and she informed me that ; at the end of that time, Mr Brendon, I.! keep her quiet on that point" I ell's hall, all ladies entitled to the good resolutions and Intentions?

and have dropped the berry. What she had informed you. Well, I was a if you don't leave England you will be. "How do you make that out?" adopted degrees of Masonry and all Jake Thomas is very ill at his homein

_ was he doing there if it was not to"- I trifle jealous, as I'd lay down my life arrested" I Ii II j "Well she was in San Kemo at the Master Masons in good and regular
North Ocala.
"N'o." said Train hoarsely "I half to make that lady Mrs. Bawdsey But I i time uiy father was murdered. She
''No, replied Brendon calmly, "I will I: standing, can get them for $1.50, regu-
I
when I learned that admired and loved him. and I dare say in pite of
thought of that but it Is you
myself, quite j not be arrested Setting aside the fact !I lar price, $3. These degrees will be Some people .are always using the
I almost to Miss Ward" having; been discharged watched him.
impossible, tell you. lie could not were engaged
that there is lu evidence which implicates communicated on said night and to expression "Spot me if you can." The
bate got out of his room unless he "You seem to know a great deal !. She might know who the lad'in blue- I
me in the crime, Lord Derrin r them will be unfortunate reason is eident-It is hard to spot a
I had come to me." about me." said Brendou. nettled."I But I forgot you are ignorant of all miss a very
ton. for his sake will not have his
own these things" happening to the idler. J. H. Bonner, black garment.
"How do you mean?" made it my business to find out
grandson arrested and his dirty linen
"I locked the door of the sitting 1 sir" II III i "Not at all. Don't I tell you that W. M; Robt A. M. Benton Sec.; S. M. .
I washed in public. Whether there was i
which between his looked him He : Lord Dernnaton toM me the whole Patron.Do .
room, was bedroomand George at helplessly. a marriage or not I am his flesh and Gibbs, D. Dept A SNAP FORA
mine There was no exit from his found it dittkiilt to understand what j' story? I see what you mean. You
: blood Wty does he hate me? WIDE-AWAKE MANI
bedroom, and to get out and down the all this meant. "Of course I know, "I can't say. sir. lIe never explained, :, think that Mrs. Jersey might know not lose control of your mind.
stair he would have had to open the from what Lola said that you are a who killed your father, and for the I have a valuable formula for
i but he does hate you. i It is as needful to you as a rudder is
sitting room door. Now, the key was private detective" he remarked with 1ee rea5ob. A I i sake of shutting her up the assassin silvering mirrors easily, quicklyand
"Humph no man "
to a ship.
committed the second murder.
under pillow, and the door hesitation. :
my was Mirrors backed
can't his and I : cheaply. by
help birth am quite as "
locked in the morning.. No,;Mrs. Ward, "' d':>eq & Co.," said Bawdsey briskly presentable as Walter Vane" I "That is ny idea, said George cool- Tompiins, the an round hustler of this process resist the effects of
Brendon is innocent. "23! ,: street Strand That's : ly.
Augusta
Iuch more so, :said Bawdsey quickly. "It's ingenious, but it"on't hold wa the city market blue stall stands ready all climatic conditions and remain
"lie might have stolen the while needn't .
key me Mr. Brendon, but you mention -
slept"Train "He is a fool and a miserable lit ter. However, we can talk of that ft supply the public with best choice bright indefinitely. I will sell"the
you i it in this'shanty.. tie j
beast. lie sent a bracelet to Miss another occasion In the meantime in the county. formula Write Southern
shook his head. "Impossible.I "Will you answer a few questions Velez." on meats and pork sausage cheap.

I '| very lightly, and on that night; Mr. Bawdsey?" asked George. '! "Ob. and naturally you think the% !., I wish to tell :YOU how I discovered I Customers will testify to the same; Silvering Co., P. O. Box 118, Atlanta -

I hardly slept at all" "Yes. Fire ahead." i the secret door""There's also has on band daily, the Cedar Key, I Ga.
i worst of him. Well it is no ue my need to. told
"\\ 1l '? Was anything: ?" "You detective?" asked no Derrington ,
} ; wrong are a private i Homosassa and Crystal River oysters
the of Lord Der-
conjecturing reason that I knew this house
I i you as
mygrandfather
I ,
tuu't tell you that Mrs. Ward. GeorceThat's. rinpton's dislike but I can well under- ', and fish of all kinds, at holiday prices The best hot chocolate and whippedcream
had
brought rae CD in it
w t: out violating the confidence of :
I
A. Co.-an attractive
my so. Vidocq -
stand why :Mrs. Ward wishes me out of Give him a calL at Taylor's.Makes .
fru-nd. Indeed, I have said too much. : title. I guess." j! (Continued Monday.) .
the way. On what grounds does she I
Proi';i-e me you .vill not speak of j "And you were employed by Lola to ; a'Cuseme of being: concerned in this :I W. Walker, the world champion I

wh i .t I Lave told you." watch me?" crime?" I i The Ocala Wood Yard supplies wood I-A. ..nd hair cutter. Try his keen I fOIEYSIDDNEYCUREI
--I I promise, but I am quite sure that "I Love will do
was. for
I anything
"On the strength of a story related I many length. .Phcne 22. 1 ra n.r tippers and scissors and I Kidneys And Bladder Rigbt
the holly berry was dropped by George the object of Its affections" i i iI .



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Miss Bertha Snow, a lovely youngi On the Seaboard Air Line

i lady of this place returned home Tues- I
Stomach Coming Coming Day trains on Seaboard Air Line now
day after a two weeks' visit to relatives I run as follows:

at Tampa and Floral City. I
Northbound arrive 12:41 p. m.
Mr. Frances Daugherty of Gainesville I
Northbound leave 1:01 p. m.
:
returned home Wednesday after several -
j Southbound arrive 1:01 p. m.
days visit here with friends and jI
Troublescured rHativ I Southbound leave 1:21.

No change in night schedule. Pull-
1 Mr. Earl Martin of Fort Ogden spent
man cars on all trains.
several here last week with Mr.
days

and Mrs. J. R. Proctor. WAIT WAIT WAIT MAYOR'S PROCLAMATIONKnow

by Miss Lizzie Proctor has been ill for .

the past week, but Is improving.Miss .
"
All Men by These Presents:
Jennie Oliver and Mr. Charlie
That L W. J. Edwards, as mayor of
Smith of Levon were the guests of Mrs.
the city of Ocala, Florida, by virtue of

John Smith Sunday. FOR THEJONESADAMS the authority"ested in me by law and
Miss May Perry of Ocala and Miss
by the ordinance of the said .city of
It3DOLYJPEPJIACUREUnder Pearl! Perry of Oxford and Messrs.
Ocala, do hereby order, declare and
West and Harris of Oxford were the
proclaim that a special election shall
guests of Misses Faribelle and Mamie .
be held in the said city of Ocala on
Perry Saturday and Sunday.
the 10th day of January, A. D. 1905, for
Misses Mamie Baker, Minnie Snow-
I the purpose of electing a councilmanfrom
all curableconditions den. and Elsie Perry and Messrs. Baker -
II ward two, to be voted for by the
I i Harris and Daugherty were the
Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs.W. W. Lay- qualified electors of said ward to fill

Nevada, 0.. was let of Milliard, guests of Misses Cora and Ethyl Perry the unezpired term of J. M. Barco, re-

cured by Kodol Pa., was cured 1 Saturday.Mrs. .

of stomach of Chronic i S. G. Lovell of this place is seriously S signed.
trouble which IlK Dyspepsia by ill. CJRHIVA COMPANY The voting shall be by ballot and at

bad effected the use of the following place, and the names of
his heart. Kodol. Mr. M. M. Proctor and family visited
.e. the clerk and inspectors of said elec-
)Ir. Proctors sister, Mrs. Annie Sher-
'
; tion shall be as follows: Voting place
.1L oust, at Martin, several days last week. .
I shall be at the court room at city halL
Miss Elsie Perry returned home
Inspectors: D. A. Miller G. M. Hub-
Wednesday after a two weeks' visit to Under the Auspices of the Ocala Rifles
t bard, I. Stevens; clerk, C. :M. Living-
l relatives at Summerfield.

Miss Susie Proctor spent several Eton.
'UIIIODOL In testimony whereof I have hereunto
weeks at Anthony and Griner Farm,
subscribed my name as mayor of the
but is now at home again.
-. said city of Ocala, Fla., and the sameis
Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Perry's oldest
attested by the clerk of said city
children Ruby and Lena, are suffering
pl4egawhatlat with typhoid fever. Dr. Slaughter of I Which Will Appear in Ocala One Week Beginning
on this the 8th day of December, A. D.

Sold by WM. ANDERSON, Ocala. Levon is attending them. 1904. W. J. Edwards,

I Miss Ethel Proctor returned Wednesday ,
(Seal.) Mayor of Ocala.
from Levon after a few days' visit
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSThe Attest: E. K. Nelson, City Clerk.
to Miss Louise Waters. January 9th 1905 I
board of commissionersof
courtly Hello! there, you "Twins" in Sum- ,
Notice of Names Stricken From
Marion county, Florida, will receive Regis
merfield; why is it you don't call
fiealed bids until 4 o'clock p, m., Monday tration List, City of Ocala
again? Pearl would be pleased to read ....
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February 6, A. D. 1905, for the your items again. Pearl. At a regular meeting of.. the city

erection of a court house at Ocala, council of the city of Ocala, Florida,

Florida, as per plans and specificationson BELLEVIEW BRIEFS The Largest and Best Show of the' Kind in the World 10 Big Shows. 6 Big Sensational held December 20, 1904, the followingnames

file in the clerk's office at Ocala, were ordered stricken from the

Fla., and in the office of H. J. Klutho, registration list of said city:
A party of three arrived last Wednesday Free Acts. Grand Military Band. Big Free Shows and Concerts Daily.

Uedeman building, Jacksonville, Fla. I Ward 2-Vernon Clyatt, L. G. Har-
: Mrs. McClellan and daughter
Kach bid must contain full name of bin, B. F. Perdue, J. D. Williams.
Miss Lena of Saranac Lake, X. Y., and
the party or parties interested in the Ward 3.-T, C. Bailey, F. A. Stewart
i Mrs. Lewis of Stevenson, X. Y. Theyare
and be accompanied by certified I Ward 4-John Mercy, A. R. Ruth
same a
stopping with their friend, G. D. OPEN FROM 1:30 TO 11:30 P M. DAILY
Christian Weldt, dead.
check on some solvent bank in the .
Wasfiburn.Wednesday.
sum of $1000 payable to the board of The council will, at its regular meet-
night Dr. Mixter's house
county commissioners Marlon: coun- ing, January 3, 1903, hear any com-
was burned to the ground. It was a
ty. Florida. as a guarantee that if the plaints of those who may have been

bid is accepted, a contract will be en- pretty have little the cottage sympathy and the of all doctor'sfolks their Something New Something Startling Something Novel As unlike. the erroneously stricken from the city reg-

tered inft Plans and specificationscan 1 istration list. E. K. Nelson,
I I friends. The house was insured. fair radium unlike brass.Gentry's
old wornout street aggregation as is .
be had by applying to the (Seal.) City Clerk of Ocala.
architect'l The Woman's Christian Temperance
povided $35 be deposited
Union gave the honorary members a
surety that same will be returned in NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
reception at the M. E. parsonage last
good condition, when check will be re- members Tax Deed Under Section 8 if Chap-
Friday evening. Only a few
turned. The board reserves the rightto ter 48S8, Laws of Florida.
were present but a very pleasant evening -

reject any or all bids. was passed. Refreshments were Famous Dog and Pony Show will be at the Rifles
II. W. Long, Chairman. served. Notice Is hereby given that R. M. Drig-
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Attest: S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk. gers, purchaser af tax certificate No.

Big Carnival Festival next week.DON5T 2019, dated the 6th day of August, A.
FELLOWSHIP FACTS
ENCYCLpPEDIA FOR SALE CHEAP : D. 1900, has filed said certificate In my

Our postmistress, Mrs. Dehon, has office, and has made application for
A brand new up-to-date Americanized -
been a very busy official for the past tax deed to issue in accordance with
Encyclopedia Britannica for sale
two weeks. law. Said certificate embraces the fol-
cheap at ibis office.
Master Claude Haycraft spent Xmas BE FOOLEDGRAHAMVILLE lowing described property situated In

week at this place with relatives and Marion county, Florida, to-wit: N% of
Leather finished willow rockers, up-
friends.W. sw i and nwU of serf ex ne% of net
holstered in Spanish leather at McIver
11. Clifton and brother, while out of swi4, sec 31, tp 17, r 23. The said
and MacKay's only.SOUTH .
on their rounds last Saturday, had the land being assessed at the date of the

misfortune to have their horse runaway GATHERINGSMiss issuance of such certificate In the name

LAKE WEIRA with them, throwing them from A New Train of party unknown. Unless said certif-
few friends \
met on Saturday evenIng
the wagon, but with no damage excepta Pugh, after a week's holiday, icate shall be redeemed according to
with Miss Ada Johnson, to while
small break to the wagon wheel. opened school here Monday.Mr. law, tax deed will issue thereon on the

away the last hours of 1904. Popcornand Mr. Lew Williamson of Ozona'spent Hatten Howard Jr., who has To Hot Springs AL lath day of January, A. D. 1905.
music served the time ,
to pass until I
week with Mr. and Mrs. De
Christmas been quite sick for the past few days, Witness my official signature and
at the appointed moment, everyone
hon and family. is improving.Mr. seal this the 15th day of December. A.

wished each other a happy New Year.A The young people gave a party at Calvin Hale of North Carolina Via the IRON D. 1904. S. T. Sistrunk,

very pleasant evening was spent by the residence of Mr. and Mrs. William returned here last week to make it his I MOUNTAIN ROUTE Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.

all. Dehon last Wednesday evening. A
% future home.
Frank Johnson is shipping green on- bountiful repast was served. Messrs. Henry Mason and Reuben Now leaves Memphis daily\ at 11: 1:1 p. m., operating through chair car and NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

, I Miss Madge and Lou Taylor were Long made 26 barrels of syrup in six I sleeping car to Little Rock and Hot Springs ArIL, latter eing open for occupancy Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter -

I the guests of Mrs. Dehon the first part days. How's that? every evening at 9 o'clock. This train also connects at Little Rock 4888, Laws of Florida.

:i of last w eek. I for all points in Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas and Indian Territory, giving the
I Mrs. J. A .Brand is spending a few I
ions.BiIiousnes his JohnChapman Iron Mountain Route three trains daily to the Great Southwest, leaving Mem-
A stranger, giving name as days here with her grandmothehr, Mrs. Notice is hereby given that C. J. Smith

of Philadelphia, who lost his, W. J. Hogan.Mr. phis daily at 8:50 a. m., 8 p. m., and 11:15 p. m. purchaser of tax certificate No. 2923,

wife in August and daughter in September E. J. Johnson and T. E. Conwayare All trains from the Southeast connect with the Iron Mountain Trains at dated the 3rd day of October, A. D.

I and who is in poor circumstances pushing the logs in now. With two Memphis. For rates maps etc., address, 1898, has filed said certificate In my office -

stopped Saturday night with I I. E REHLANDER, and has made application for tax
'I have used fonr valuable C..un-u and find teams they put in a raft enrweek.. HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS >

thtmperfft need inrui 'ur some('.,"Idn'tilue, do fur without.lId'l:'tbrin_t. r, and I !have MlluuaiiK j "Dick" and Sunday morning proceeded Cracker. Traveling Passenger Agent, deed to issue in accordance with law.

fur d 'IlL. and i am. "i.cryiim now 'ompletclyurru On tr.td you Kei.wm"m- i on his way to his nephew Micanopy.}-. I Jan. 13 and 17 Feb. 7 and 21, 34 West 9th St, Said certificate embraces the following

meter ui vittiuut tlo-m Edward 0 the A tantll Man Albany, N.y. Your correspondent was at York TONIC TO THE SYSTEM Mar. 7 and 21, Apr. 4 and 18. CHATTANOOGA, TENN described property situated In Marion

J Tuesday and on his way took notice of county Florida,, to-wit: Lot 68 and s%

best For the \\ondcrful growth of Martel in the For liver frouWes and constipationthere of lot 89, Weir Park, sec t, tp)7, r 24.
The bowels is nothing better than DeWtit's
past two years; also that the Cotton The said land being assessed at the

Plant hard road from Martel to York Little Early Risers, the famous little LOW EXCURSION RATESTO 'late of the issuance of such certificatein

pills. They do not weaken the stom.1 -
looks very deserted. t the name of Thos. Hay. Unless said

Walter Mann has moved hi mill.1 ach. Their action upon the system is
CANDY CATn1RTICpauant *' : THE- certificate shall be redeemed accordingto

I I I from near Martel and Mr. Harrison. I mild pleasant and harmless. Bob law, tax deed will issue thereon on

;I of York has moved his mill away until Moore of LaFayette, lad., says: "No I the 23rd day of January, A. D, 1905.

use talking; DeWitt's Little Early Ris- I GREAT SOUTHWESTJanuary
after is Dick.
turpentining over. I i Witness my official signature and
Paatahie Potnl Taste Good, Do fiood. do their work. All other Ihave
JioTer&u..-u We...en or lini r Ilk J.. & Nrver ers pills seal this the 21st day of December, A.
old in bulk Yb. gcnmnr tMrt nau-i-ca CCO.: used gripe and make me sick In
Guaranteed to >>nr> rr jnar money tiack. GEIGERI D. 1904. S. T. Sistrunk,
Co., Chicago or N.Y. 6ot I ,1 I the stomach and cured De- !
Sterling Remedy i never me.
I* I Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla..
I Mrs. W. R. Dorman and children of. 17
ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXESSHERIFF'S 1 I Witt's Little Early Risers proved to be I 1905
j Live Oak are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. I.,
the long-sought relief. They are simply NOTICE
\Vhittington. OF APPLICATION FOR
| I perfect Persons traveling find One-Way Colonist Tickets will be Sold From Atlanta Ga., Via the
SALE | There was an entertainment and l TasiDeed Under Section 8 of Chapter -
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I'ndfr and by virtue of an execution i'' Christmas tree at this place Saturday. I Little Early Risers the most desirable j 4SSS Laws of Florida.
I j remedy to carry with them. Sold by i
issued out of and under the seal of the. night. Notice is hereby given that J. E. Ma-

iuuit court in and for Marion cou.iiy, Mr. Buff and Mrs. Draft of SouthCarolina L j William Anderson. : ROCK ISLAND SYSTEMTo bry, purchaser of tax certificate No.

Florida, dated April 1*. 1S97. in a eer- are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F., I : 247, dated the 4th day of November,

t.un cause wherein Hubbard & Mac- H. Dreher at this place. i BLITCHTON'S BUDGETi A. D. 1S95, has filed said certificate in

Duff are plaintiffs and Chas. W. Whiteis Mrs. Carrie Potts of Fellowship 1 "Uncle" John Lanier has commenced my office, and has made application for
all Points in
defendant, levied on by P. 11. Xug.nt. -I visiting her sister, Mrs. W. W. Geiger.Mr. the erection of a dwelling for himself. I tax deed to issue in accordance with

the then sheriff of Marion county, I and Mrs. S. P. Geiger receivedquite l Miss O'Uaver and Professor Over- law. Said certificate embraces the following
Indian and Oklahomaj
Florida. I will on a lot of nice presents off of th: hultz returned from Keuka Sunday to :: Territory described property situated In

Monday, February 6, 1905, Christmas tree, one of which was' a L resume their school duties. i Marion county Florida, to-wit: S% of
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'he same being a legal sales day and I i doll baby, and it was certainly apprer -' Mr. J. A. Mclver and wife have mov- j I ne?4, sec H, tp IS. r 21. The said land
I
d!;ring the legal hours of sale offer for j I dated by both of them. \ ed to their handsome residence. t being assessed at the date of the issuance -
$1 6.00I
"' ili* at the court house door in Ocala,.1 There is to be a social at Mrs. Vann's; I Mr. J. H. Lanier and sons visited! at I of such certificate in the name

Florida and sell to the highest and besil 11: i Friday night. I Santos last week. On same dates one-way tickets will also be sold from Atlanta to points of I. Johnson. Unless said certificate
I I I
; Her for cash, the following real estate -1 I We have a well attended Sundaj r j Preaching here next Sunday and j in Eastern and Central Texas for $18.50. Free reclining chair cars Memphis to shall be redeemed according: to law tax

property in Marion county, Flor-. i school! at this place. I Sunday night by Rev. Prisoc. Denison Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco, and other important points in Texas, deed will issue thereon on the 24th day

i.la, to-wit: Lots 1 and 2 of block -B,'. School it this; place reopened" Inn bm r I i Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Weaver: < >c-:: ,. | via the Rock Island System, through South )McAlester L T., and the II. K. & of January A. D. 19&;;.

T. J. Steel's plat of town of Citra. !'nir,;.*. r't tted Mr. and Mrs. E. TT-..'.er i.f iaisj I i T. Ry. Close connection is made at Memphis in same depot with through Witness my official signature and

Sold to satisfy said execution and I J' c .\ ,"! ... .of I. <:- .-k I :c ',:> 'P.;: r .. : ,,: ), -.. ; !| trains to all points. .Call or write for full particulars. eeal this the 21st day of December A.

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costs. Henry Gordon ':- -: tvM. ", .:' -- tV ." )i : j Bectus | CEO. H. LEE Gene Pass. Agt, S. L. PARROTT D. p, A, D. 1891. S. T. Sistrunk,

Sheriff Marion County F1 : t. !, .: 2 I :, .." ,. .- :' .. : .. .. .. : V : j Little Reck, Ark. No. 6. N. Pryor St. Atlanta, Ga. Clerk drcun Court Marion Co., Fla.1 .
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OCALA OCCURRENCES A FLOURISHING SUNDAY SCHOOL*1. _



in "'rar, the tuner, is at Weihe's. starting The Methodist out with bright Sunday prospects school for is: NOVELTIES IN LADIES' WAISTS FOR SPRING '05

I a successful year's work. After dropping ,
Nuts, fruits and candies at Taylor's. i C) tow
from the roll all who have moved .

u I away from the city, there are still
j I
.*4 Hot soda at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- I about fifty more on the roll than there RHEINAUER'S a

J I store. were at the beginning of last year OXCO .
There is'also a home department enrollment .wO
I Pictures at cost Postoffice Drug-
o of about fifty who study their

f:( i store. lessons faithfully and report quarterlyto FINAL CLEARING SALE ?

I the school. This gives the school an
y Gold pens and fountain pens at A. E.Burnett's. .
enrollment of something over 3 10 in OJH
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: ENTIRE STOCK OF
all. The officers are: M. M. Little superintendent ;
o
/ :1 Late copyright novels. Ocala News ; O. C. Tignor assistant ,
( )
superintendent Dr. Fred Blalock secretary -
;
m Company. ; Miss Gertie Bachelder assistant cc. FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS. ,

secretary; Geo. L. Taylor, treasurer OQ
Oysters! Oysters! Oysters! All styles, u.V
it Dame's.A I ; Dr. A. L. Izlar, superintendenthome ) Ladies' and Children's Wraps, Ready-to-wear

department; Miss Mary Parr.

TjH full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- superintendent cradle roll, and Mrs. G. LU Skirts, Men's, Youths and Childrens Clothing.

i ilngs and Co. "". :Martin: superintendent primary COeg
y Blankets and Comforts. COg
department, with :Miss: Jennie"Bull a.f
J.4 t
UJ China, 20 per cent. o5 at the Postof- assistant. Following are teachers' for LU
flee Drugstore. the year 1903; : J. P. Phillips. E. L. Ley.L. .

0 I I X. Green, :Mrs.: W. H. Clark, Mrs J. Some Greatly Below Manufacturers Prices g.ca

d Handsome parlor lamps at McIver P. Hilburn, Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.: Geo. '
-$ fljtt and MacKay's. W. :Martin: F. O. Reagan, :Mrs.: W. J. E-t

hp I I Chambers, :Mrs. J. A Bouvier, Mrs.Carrie : '
I LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR FOR SPRING
I At Ta>lor's--Popcorn, korn nuts and Long, Mrs. T. II Moore, Mrs. B. 05
Yi salted peanuts. H. Seymour and Miss Etta Carn. The
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a i I I,hour for meeting is 9:30 a. m. Strangers I -

f :. O I Nick Fort, the orange grower, has ji ;: and visitors are cordially invited.In I

!i gone to Cocoa. I Ii. ,

i i. I II order to make room for the im- j

> r I Pure fresh milk and cream. at the i iI mense stock of shoes. which we will'!

w |Fort King Dairy. soon have in, we have marked down a i t tj I

0 I I I II j I II lot of good shoes, and we think you will PIANOS AND ORGANS

. I Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for| be interested in the prices. ,At H. B.
I
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your stove wood. Masters. j,
H 1 I

Leather goods in great variety at the / Munroe & Chambliss, the popular I I'I' ],

Postoffice Drugstore.Max I'''I'and up-tof-date bankers, have this to I\Buy: Them at Home and be Fat fly Dealt With

say in their advertisement in the Sum- f

QlA mz Xewberger of Ocala and Sa- I terville Times: "Ocala merchants offer '

vannJh is in the city. the largest stock; advanced styles, Small Musical' Instruments, Sheet Music, Type- :
rQ competitive priceand quick ship- ;,

Many of our local items will be found ments. Could more t be said in five'I: writers, Bicycles, Sewing Machine Needles, Diamonds ,
I on the sixth page ..today.I XI lines about the merchants of Ocala? i

I --. --,.- 1:' Watches and Jewelry, Fine China and Cut.

I The Fort King Dairy sells nothing The Jones-Adams Carnival Company -

I but pure milk 'and cream. who will be here for a week, beginning Glass. t

:Monday, go from Ocala to St. s

Prettiest line of go-carts ever shownat Petersburg, where they open on the

the Ocala Furniture Co. I 16th for the week. 1 Ocala Music Co. }


Z Q Haviland china reduced-20 per cent C. II. Dame- is in demand as an organizer .
.
(/) at the Postoffice Drugstore. of Woodmen of the World JEWELERS: :

camps. He has not less than five ap-

o Ji-st arrived, a beautiful display of plications for his presence in different ,

Florentine pottery at Weihe's. localities for next week.
G ,,
( EL TROPICO t'r
Fire sets fire screens irons, etc. Among the new pupils attending the
at the Marion Hardware Co. Ocala 'High School is Miss Hattie Lou + CIGAR FACTORY

Dickinson Madison, Mrs. S. R. Wha.- -
M. E. Robinson. "Sunny Jim," came I Ii ley's sister. thet.r
i in last night from Citrus county.An I "' Makers of
L. AI
L.
hiI I Masters Gary and William Turnley: :. Highest Grade 5c. Cigar '

elegant line of lace and portiere who spent the holidays with then

I curtains at Mcl\er and MacKay's. grandmother Mrs. F. R. Gary returned + : .V,4s
\
I to their home at Arcadia yesterday MILO DEYO

Oyster frit. oyster stews, oysters I % and ..
II raw, and on the half shell at Dame's. I We carry the 'finest and most complete -
Or'H h GRAND ROYAL
line of soaps, perfumes and toilet r1 J '
i' I I r
S. C. Collins a popular travelingman articles in the cty.( Tydings and HAVANA CIGARS \4

I i formerly located here is-in town. I Co. -0-

I Taylor has a full line of Lowney's I I ;' In Five Sizes 3

bulk candies. They are second to none. j

I inavi W Mmwi -0-

Tonight will close the engagement CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor '
here of the Barkout Carnival Company. .
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Sterling silver goods in table ware],, A SINGER SURPRISEA

( 4f Q j I I and'ler..novelties._ A. E. Burnett, the jew- \i;I ROOM 12 P. 0. BLOCK tremendous drop in the price of -1T: :TTL DO I WANT IT ?

i! OCALA FLORIDA : Singer sewing machines, but none inquality.
Fort King Dairy is Just one mile I I ,
II The $60 machine reduced to : f
f:( I / What a Question. Of course I do. and
from house Fort |
lD the court on King avenue. ; : J
I$48; the $65 machine reducd to $53. Call
I'I' at headquarters, the Helvenston- (_2 \ I'll just send papa around and make
REAL ESTATE I ,
'I Blitch-Pasteur Company. L. W. Jack- -- __ 1 J him buy it for me; also a pretty set
Mr. Geo.C.. Taylor, the well kno.wn s. -
IL I naval stores operator was in town to I LOANS ,,! son, agent. ., ',k of harness and probe, too. Where?

I day. I i -r_ fAnother silly question. Why, a.
INVESTMENTS 1
I, Mr. E. P. Thagard secretary and

Z 1 I ;: treasurer, for the Stuckey and Tiller ,.,,.. ;_ 'I
Remembe"aviLind! china reduced
I Company, has the corner office, formerly I S. A. STANDLEY & CO'S
,,20 per cent at the Postoffice Drug- Phosphate Lands a Specialty
"* occupied the Western Union
.off store. [
I iTVltgraph Co.
I have the following properties in -

: Why pay: more than 60 cents per Ocala and vicinity for sale: I

pound for the best candies? See Tay- 1. House and lot on Okliwaha avenue Wood, green or dry, pine, oak or mix-
ed. 50c. and $1 per load. .Ocala Wood
N"Zo- Mor's line.
f between the residences of Dr. Yard. T18MITHGDealers

O ,Tidings and :Mrs. Howse; lately vacated o .
w Seeds of all kinds fresh and reliable : by Dr. W. \-. Xewsom. i I.
for fall and winter planting, at Ty- Mr. Henry Perkins, wife and mot he.
m :2. Two-story house on South Orange I In-
ings and Co. I 'of Providence R. I., regular wintrrvisitors
I street, belonging to :Mrs. Annie :Martin: :
h in Ocahi. will arrive at thei
and next door to residence of D. S.
The celebrated Ostermoor mattresses! i! Ocala House tonight find remain fur the I
S Woodrow. GENERAL HARDWARER
fur sale at factory price, at the Ocala !i seaon.11':: Perkin man and hunting j j
Furniture Co. { 3. All of block 22, Caldwell's addi- dogs arrived yesterdaj. '
I Uon to Ocala (one acre) beit.g the I 'I
I
-j l property immediately north of Mr. J. This week running off a A HAPPY SURPRISE
Geo. G. Maynard of Rock Springs we are lot1 i I
i| Moorhead's:: home. scf. shoes that Have had in stock
the lumter firm of Meffert and May we I
f:( nard was in the city today. 4. The Alfred Davis house and lotIon : for some time, and it will be to your I Is in store for every woman who id ',. 7f
looking for a thoroughly up-to-date,
rt1w South First street next door to J. advantage to look at them. They are I
efficient and absolutely satisfactory
\Ve have a beautiful stock of dIa- A. Pittman and Son's furniture store. good shoes and you can find in them a I
kitchen range. W-e Rave It right herein ,
mond rings, brooches and scarf pins. 5. The Lewis Plater workshop on bargain."The House That Treats You I our store, ready for your inspec Jb J/

I'al.lulc: Co., Jewelers.If South Second street. Right. I tion. It is the latest range in the marI
,
I
ket, and combines and finest t
newest
1: I tna
n 6. The Campbello Plantation 2U ,
W i' France.ssistant manager improvements in savins or fuel and
you are looking for a pair of shoes; ;;. mi'ps. southeast of town, consisting of readiness in cookins.
o that will be your money's worth, you 1175 I 'acres of cleared and fenced land. for. the Mill and Factory Syndicate: Also a carload of heaters and stoves )

can find them at H. B. Masters.Mr. j!and 165 acres of mixed oak, hickory and l .\ho will open a sale at the Boston of all kinds, from $1.50 up. a
J' Store Monday morning, is in town and j J .
pine land of first quality; 6-room I ki.
busy making the necessary arrange- 1"; '
Herman Benjamin went to Atlanta house; outhouses cisterns etc. Thisa i

today to attend the funeral of property is right on the A. C. L. R. Rand -,. ,"ments for the unprecedented sale of it/\1,

lady friend He will be back Monday. ,, has, a fine deposit lime on it. nest week. 4H ''':.l
I -': .1. I ,.
J 7: The Rogers place on the southwest ,""
Paul Davis' two neiroom houses; The seal of approval has been placed G otRG( !+r
l edge of town. consisting of twoS00n -
are nearing completion, and will 1 on the automatic self-filling modern I. i .
story house and SO acres of land.
be ready for tenants. One of them is : fountain pen-Waterman. To be bad THE AUTUMN SHOOTING SEASONrill
k I i 8. The Wade Hoard property, consisting at the Ani1fonopolDrupore.. I "
,already rented. *' soon oren .and It"n: pay all
1 I of small house and lot du! _
I I sportsmen to look over our Etock of
Ben Freyermuth was in the city: to- ; south qt D. E. Mclver's residence. Mr. Munroe of Gaiter came in this II I i rifles, shotguns. ammunition and sporting -

0) 'h1I has moved back to his oU[ ;I 9. 24 acres of land on S. 10th St.e .t morning. as did Captain and Mrs. Low- 1 outfits. We carry the oest goodsat
i adjoining property of J. M. Meffert;; of Homosassa.nr I
.. rey
hOmi''' I
;'suitable for subdividing into lot;; .
Z will put in t fIll! fi-m oror beside !Ii I "' purchased at our store can be depended -
S known as the Gamble place. cil-nd.ins:: :;.'. h.3s"-r." than I .
Lit"u.! : ,
: l ivi ;= H- h :- i -; -! I 1' upon as being thoroughly reliable.
,did l,.*:u... i. : ': '. .- : : i...a, "':;.; 10. 70x19 foot lot on Wenona St. .,.:-; E'.eyo-? :>.- c 'vp .-.;.a see Ii i ccaywaaT

it! ,: '.t ;.-c'h. :?xi door to residence of R. & Slafc- :.. :' :'' P..-" -:*.. L1' ,.-r"' T"'. T. W. SMITH & CO.

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PAGE FOUR OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1805.




EVENING STARC. U. D. C. MEETINGThe WE OPENED FOR BUSINESS DECEMBER 1ST, 1903 I .

Daughters of the Confederacyheld "

L. BITTINGER & CO. their monthly meeting Friday afternoon -

at the residence of :Mrs. Jas. Our Deposits on December 1 st, 1904 were 117067.87 ,

C. L Bittinser *nd R. R. Carroll R. Moorhead. The interest of the meet-

Proprietors aQd Publishers ing centered In the election of officers

for the ensuing year. There was no We beg to return our warmest thanks to our patrons and friends to whom such a :splendid :showing is due, and :solicit a continuation of their favors.

C. L BITTiNGER, opposition, and the old officers were

complimented because of their faithful
Editor and General Manager. I
a and efficient services by
I i n
re-election'j!
They are: President Mrs. F. R. Gary; I
R. R. CARROLL. t I t
first vice president Mrs. R. G. Blake;
City Editor and Business Manager j .. I 1 CENTRAL \
i I second vice president Mrs. G. M. Hub-I
-
II I bard; third vice president Mrs. C. 11.1

Editor Jordan, in a strong editorial I Mathews; recording secretary Miss -

in hid Punta Gorda Herald, argues for I sie Williams; corresponding secretary

the abolition of the pardpning board* I Mrs. J. H. Livingston; treasurer, Mrs. I

of the state.Editor I E. M. Howard; historian Mrs. P. E. To those with whom we have done no business we extend a hearty invitation to open relations with us,and assure them a welcome, and courteous,
liberal and satisfactory treatment.
Harris. Refreshments were served by
the Suwanee' .
Sherwood of
; .
the hostess and her
charming daughter.It
Democrat bas been sued for libel in the I HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD. F. WATSON..
was decided that Major Izlar would ,
sum of 110,000 by Editor J. O. Culpepper deliver his address to promote interestin President: Vice President Cashier:

of the Perry News. the building of the Confederate monument -

January 19-General Robert E.Lee's .
Professor DeForest, inventor of the

wireless telegraph has gone to Key I I birthday. IA.T SALE / KARPEN LEATHER FURNITURE

West to install a station for the naV.1d.partment A DISTINGUISHED VISITORDr.

at that place.

/ ---, R. J. Willingham of Richmond
Dr A. C. McMichael of Dunnellort .
r Va., is In the city, the guest of Mr. S.
'Vmarrled December 28 at Live Oakt _
A. Standley, on Oklawaha avenue. Dr.
.Miss Estelle Alderman. The doctor,,
Willingham is one of the most distin-
with JHS .fair bride, has returned
guished divines of the Baptist church
lJu iellon._ ___ -- a gifted orator and a man of the highest -

spiritual power. He will preach at )_
Xext week the grand lodge of colored
both hours at the Baptist church to-
Masons and Order of the Eastern Star
morrow-eleven o'clock in the morn-
will be in session for the entire weekin
ing and seven o'clock In the evening.
Ocala. From 500 to 700 delegates
All are cordially invited to be present.
will attend.


The Daily Capital of Tallahasseewas SPARKS' OLD VIRGINIA Our Special I 1 Now in .
SHOW COMING
equal to the occasion on inaugural Leather Furniture

day and gave Governor Broward's Those who attended the Old Virginia Safe of Karpen Progress

address l in full, and a splendid accountof Shows this afternoon are loud in their

the inaugural ball. praise of the excellent performance and
the clean and respectable manner in Karpen Leather Furniture is famous for its beauty of design and thoroughness of construction, and we guar-

The Methodists of Dunnellon wlll which it was conducted, says the Evening antee every piece. During this sale we are able to offer leather Chairs, Rockers'and Couches of the Karpen

hold a \>ig revival. They will begin Times of Fostoria, 0., Aug., 11, make at greatly reduced prices. We cordially invite you to inspect the wonderful values we are able to offerin

Sunday Rev. Thos. J. Xorsworthyuill 1902.This these high grade goods.Ocala.

assist Rev. Austin, pastor of the show will exhibit in Ocala January -

11. E. church, South, of the place. 16, 1905, both afternoon and even- F *
u.1 nit lire Company:
I ing. It's the show of the season. ,
The government receipts for the

Tampa port show a large increase in cCALA.cRICA.' I .
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERSThe
revenue for 1904 over 1903. Tampa is
regular monthly meeting of Fort j ,
growing marvelously and the government -
King Camp of the Woodmen of the
business is keeping pace with it. TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE
World will be held in the hall over I II

Peyser's store next Tuesday,evening. HOUSE FURNISHINGSi
The fixtures for the new saloon to be will be at the following places on
Officers elected at last meeting will be
opened in the new corner store in the I the days and dates stated to receive returns -
installed and other business ,
Ocala House arrived today and will be a.ttendedI I
I of real and personal property and
i
to. After the meeting the sovereignswill
put in place at once. The fixtures fill- i
ed a car and are very handsome and ; partake of a supper. I agricultural: reports as the law requires stock of Furniture and House FurnishingGoods

'
exi>eiisi\e. I
FOUR HUNDRED BABIES January, 1905
II is second to in the State
none
St. Vincent's Infant Asylum, Chicago -
Mrs. 0- '. Dittmar -I I' M artel, Monday, 16, a. m.

drawn lo *-QraU l>(> shelters homeless waifs awaiting Cotton Plant P. O., Monday, 16, p. m.

Sharjie's ki er :lrtt-n school into I I adoption; and there are nearly 400 babies Heidtville, Tuesday, 17, 10 a. m., to i .

\hich she has placed her two Children. I I there. Sister Julia writes: "I cannot :3 p. m.Dunnellon. I Every kind 'of Furniture, Rugs, all kinds and prices, Lap

Theyarerlm1 at Mrs. William An- say too much in praise of Foley'sHoney Wednesday, 18. I

derson's and taking their meals with and Tar for coughs, colds, croup Romeo, Thursday, 19, 11 a. m. to 2 Mattings Window Shades Robes Saddles Whips etc.
Mrs. Charles Phillips. I i and .whooping cough." Contains no m. P'I ,

opiates and is safe and sure. Ask forFoley's Blitchton, Friday, :20.! Lace and Portiere Curtains, Every kind of Wagon, Buggy

'. Honey and Tar and insist upon Shady, Monday, 23,
II. Reed, who spent the past week a. m.

in and around Ocala returned to his having it, as it is a safe remedy and I Santos, Monday, 23, p. m.llelle.iew Screens, etc. Blankets, and and Carriage for any purpose.
certain in results. Refuse substitutes. 1
Tuesday, 24.
home in Kansas City, Mo., jesterday.

Mr. R. was formerly a property owner Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. Pedro, Wednesday, 25, a. m. 1 Spreads, Sheets, Pillows and Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lu-

and orange grower near Ocala on the Levon, Wednesday, 25, p. m.Summereld .

place now known as the Whitworth Hiawatha I STRAYED OR STOLENA Thursday, 26, a. m. Crockery, Lamps and Toilet bricating Oils, Building Materials -

stock farm. deep iron gray mare pony. Was Candler, Friday, 27, a. jn.

I traded for in Ocala, Friday, Decem- Oklawaha, Friday, 27, p. m. Sets, Jars and Flower Pots. Lime, Plaster, Laths,

The Star acknowledges a pleasantcall ber 23. Got. away Saturday night. Eastlake, Saturday, 28, a. m.

this morning from Mr. Bush, a ; Think she went to the Martin or Red- Weirsdale, Saturday, 28, p. m. I Cook and Heating Stoves and Brick, Shingles, Cement

member of the world famed Anheuser- dick section. Reward will be given I Linadate, Monday, 30, a.. m.

Bush Brewing Co., of St.: Ixmis. He and I I:, for her return. to Standley & Co's sta- I. Drawdys, Monday, 30, noon. : Ranges. Trunks, Valises, Phosphate Machinery of all

his family are here to spend the N inter bles. ... Moss Bluff, Tuesday, :31, a. m. I

for the benefit of the former's health, Electra, Tuesday 31, p. m. Suit Cases, etc. Harness of kinds. .

which, we trust, he will find.Juksonville's LOST OR STOLENA February, 1905 -

-- russet McClellan saddle and heavy Lynne Wednesday, 1, a. m. Deep well drilling Contracting and Building of
clearing house report gray saddle blanket, between 10 o'clock
I Graharmille, Wednesday, 1, p. m. I
bhows amount of business done for
Thursday night and Friday morning. Connor, Thursday, 2, a. m. .
1904. $42,205.426.99. as against J2U1271659 ,- Suitable reward will be given for the all kinds done under responsible guarantee.
Salt Springs, Friday, 3, a. m.
for 1903. Jacksonville's post- return of saddle and blanket to C. M.
Eureka, Saturday, 4, a. m.
office receipts for 1904 were $157,333.05. Ocala, Fla.
as against $127,428.01 for 1903. A very Livingston Daisy, Saturday, 4, p. m. Write us for prices and estimates on anything

Fort McCoy, Tuesday, 7, a. m.
fine showing for the metropolitan city CUT GLASSI
Greenwood, Tuesday, 7, p. m. need.
of the state.Daytona .
have the finest line that I have ever you
Orange Springs, Wednesday, 8, p. m. ?
carried. You are cordially invited to Citra, Thursday, 9, a. m.
: is said to be the most favored -
inspect it. A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.Atlanta's .. Sparr, Thursday, 9, p. m.
tourist town in the state. The
I Anthony, Friday, 10.
place has thirty hotels to say nothingof Ij j new directory makes the Kendrick Monday, 13, a. m. MCIVER & MACKAY
its dozens of boarding houses. Its ,
II population of that enterprising and Martin, Monday, 13, p. m. '
hotel capacity this season has been in-i
growing city 14L909.REAP Lowell, Tuesday, 14, a. m.
creased to accommodate a thousandmore --
I Reddick, Tuesday, 14, p. m.
*ople. Last season people walked I
Io'alrfieldednesday, 15, a. m. EUCHRED
the streets to find accommodations.Now THISRlpley.
Flemington, Wednesday, 15, p. m. REST AURANT<-
the town can accommodate 5uOO
Central Thursday 16, a. m. It was at a prayer and conference
visitors.Mr. Tenn., June I, 1901. .
1Io.-Dear Geiger, Thursday 16 p. m. meeting and Deacon Smith had dozed.
Dr. E. W. Hall. SL Louis.
McIntosh, Friday, 17. off into a half-asleep and half-awake
Kaiser House hada :Sir: : Having tried various remedies
of the Florida
Meals
misunderstanding with one of his without satisfactory results, I was per- Ocala, 18 to :2S! inclusive.The condition of extreme contentment .X> First Class
Wonder" law requires all returns to be when Elder Jones who was leading the .
carnival boarders 1{. Cook which led suaded to give your Texas
made by the first of April, and no meeting said:
to the latter putting a $5 bill in the a trial. I have used one bottle and
up
municipal court. This morning Mr. although my case is one of long stand- change can be made after that time. "Deacon Smith, will you lead in prayer CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES
Alfred Aer.Tax ,
ing that baffled the skill of the best "
Kaiser and Mr. Cook met on the west *
Assessor :Marion County his Deacon Smith
Rubbing eyes
yet it yielded at once to
physician
side of the public square and renewed i
their discussion of their home troubles, "The Texas Wonder," which I heartily said: in All Styles.
"Tain't my lead; J. dealt."-Lippincott's. Oystei-s
from kidney
which led to a scrap, in which Cook recommend to all suffering NO MORE STOMACH TROUBLES .

depopulated Mr. Kai>er's jaw of a and bladder troubles.
tooth. Yours truly, All stomach trouble is removed by

W. H. Bruton. the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It HELP WANTED Dining Room open until midnight. Personal

The St. Augustine Evening Record i is i Pastor Baptist Church. Ripley. Tenn. gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting I attention given to special orders, anything
I what eat without the stom- There is a young colored man, a
marching on to great journalistic suc you I{ the market offers prepared for the table on
cess. The first of the year General I A TEXAS WONDER ach's aid. The food builds up the body, waiter at the Elks Cafe, who wishes
short notice.
Manager D. E. Thompson enlarged the.1 One small bottle of the Texas Wonder the rest restores the stomach to health. his household goods shipped to Ocala
You don't have to diet yourself when and has not the money to do It. He
paper to a six-column, eight-page, and. I Hall's Great Discovery, cures all
bladder troubles, removes taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. J. D. will sign a. contract to work for any-
engaged Harry L. Brown, late of the kidney and Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar
West Palm Beach Sun as the managing gravel cures lame backs, rheumatism Erskine of Allenville Mich., says: "I one until the bill is paid who will advance

editor. The Reird is now one ol, 'i and all irregularities of the kidneys suffered from heartburn and stomach him the money. Std

the representative dailies of the state,,, and bladder in both men and women, trouble for some time. :My sisterinlaw I I I Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands.

with a splendid telegraphic news ser-. regulates bladder troubla in children. has had the same trouble and was Carving sets handsome ones and any I
: Special Price to Regular Boarders
vice. It is a clean sheet edited with I If not sold by your druggist. It will be.1 I not able to eat for six weeks. She lived price desired, at the :Marion HardwareCo.

decided ability and a prime favoriu sent by mail on receipt of Jl. Onei I entirely on warm water. After taking I I

with its St. Augustine constituents, and I I i i! small bottle is two months' treatment,. two bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia & SON GOAt
CARMICHAEL
its readers outside of the Ancient City,. I and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr., Cure she was entirely cured. She now I Watches for lailes and gentlemen : THE

P. O, eats heartily and is in good health. I I from $1.50 to $70 each. A big line to
Congratulations are in order and the IE.I W. Hall, sole manufacturer i I ,
Star extends them to Manager Thompson (box 62S. St. Louis :Mo. Send for tes-.1 j am glad to say Kodol gave me instant select from. A. E. Earnett the Jew-:

and his able assistants JtmionlaL Sold by all druggists. j relief. Sold by William Anderson. eler anl Watchmaker. I McG-ratii's Stand







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SAD FATE OF PERCY LAWRENCE !AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS I _____
i I PLANTATION FOR RENT FOR 1905
We learn from Mr. D. E. Mclver, who I Methodist .

returned this morning from Citra,
BANKERS I 9:30 a. m.-Sunday schooL
where he embalmed the body of Percy, 11 The property belong" g : the estate of Abram Martin situated
I a. m.-Divine service, conducted
Lawrence for shipment to Cleveland.X ,
i by the pastor. In the eastern portion of Sugar ,comprising a plantation of
( the following details of his sudden
and sad I :3 p. m.-Epworth League. about 500 acres under fence, (a J:. w wire fence), 'about 350 acres of
death, yesterday morning at ,
LOANS DEPOSITS 10 o'clock: It seems that Stewart Harris I No sen-ice in the evening. which are In fine stat of cultivation, is for rent next year.
i A cordial welcome to all who will
son of Mrs. S. S. Harris went out ii These lanes are regarded as of the very best quality, and are well
1 worship with us.Grace.
CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION i duck hunting yesterday ,morning on I adopted for Cultivation of all the crops produced in thn section.

: Orange Lake with 's young friend!
Episcopal Apply toDAVID
-
!Lawrence. Mr. Harris was sitting in I\

the, stern of the boat. Mr. Lawrence in i i 9:30 a. m.-Sunday school and.children's -' 1

EDWARDS BROTHERSAT rowing.; i service. S. WOODROW. Agent, Ocala F1a.HA.BDW .

j } ap- 11 a. m.-Morning prayer, litany and:

THE CITY MARKET j peared. At that immediate moment Mr."sermon.

j Lawrence was bending down, lighting

I a pipe and as the ducks circled around I sermon.St.
Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchers
:;I Harris took aim and fired. It happened Margaret's Guild Monday at Dr. A.REl

!to be on a line with Lawrence's body Smith's at 3 p. m.

WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY I which he suddenly raised. The result Class for Bible study Wednesday at

{I was, instead of the load passing over rectory at 8 p. m.

AND, ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON I young Lawrence it struck him full in I We carry a full and complete line of
the back of the head, killing him Instantly Presbyterian

FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109 I Mr. Lawrence's parents were
9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. HARDWARE OF ALL KINDSStoves.
at Miami. They were telegraphed to
11 a. m.'Worshlp.Subjf"Ct .
and replied they would be in Citra today -
: "Strength Commanded." Healers and Ranges Every Kind of
at noon on the south bound S. A. L.
6:30 p. m.-Y. P. S. C. E.
LUMBERROUGH R. R.; to have the body prepared and
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p. 'IWorship.SUbjf"Ct WIRE FENCING
they would return with it on the north "
: "Ittal Gittite.
bound for home. Mr. Harris, who is a
The evening worship will be a unionservice PHOSPHATE
student of the Boys' School at Ashe-
of the Methodist and Presby-
OR, DRESSED ville, X. C., was at home on his vaca-
terian churches, beginning the revival, TURPENTINE
tion. His friend Percy Lawrence, of
in which all the churches will unite.
See or Phone Cleveland, 0., was an student of the and MILLSash
ReW 1ter Holcomb of Statesville. N. .
same school, and returned home with
C.. will be with us January 15, and
B. H. SEYMOUR Mr. Harris to his vacation with
him. The deceased pass was 17 years of preach till about February 1. ServiceIn Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds.
the Presbyterian church every even- \.
.
SHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla. age and Harris is 16. It seems that it
Ing this week at 7 o'clock. Everybody
is Harris' habit when out gunning, that.I invited. This is the Tool

I when he is ready to shoot'he sights and:

then closes both eyes, which preventedhim I I Baptist -FOR-

W. P. EDWARDS seeing his friend when he raised I
9:45 a. m.-Sunday school.
his body. The deplorable accident has Fall and Spring Crops
11 a. m.-Morning worship.
At the City Market cast a gloom over the community of
i Sermon by Dr. R. J. Willingham of
Citra while Mr. Harris !s on the vergeof -

Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetables ,I a nervous collapse, so keenly does he Richmond, Va. .
Anthem. "Xot My Own These Verdant -
We will fee
feel the terrible happening, and in his pleased

in Season mental anguish has the sympathy of 6:15 Hills"p. m.-B.-Gotze.Y. P. U. d to see you at all
his friends.
Subject: "The Making of a Chris- times
City and Country Trade SolicitedFree
tian." Ir. addition to the usual pro-
UNITED STATES COURT
gram, recitations and music by the
MKRION H RDWARE: CO.
Delivery Pfcone 12 J. Girls' Quartette.
Order Jssued for More Grand Jurorsfor '
7 p. m.-Evening worship. I
. Ocala CourtIn SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacOUFF.
Song service.

the United States court today I Anthem"Jubilate Deo"-Schilling.
J. R. MARTIN & CO.
I Judge Locke issued an order for the I Sermon by Dr. Willingham.

i clerk to draw the names of twelve more At all services seats free and a cor- -
I I
persons to serve as grand jurors at the dial welcome to all. Strangers are especially -

1 Ocala term of court to be convened invited to worship with us. ARIAN \ .

GENERAL LIVERYMENFine there on the 16th inst., and the sameto -

be returnable that date. ; The Woodmen of the World will install AINTS

An order was issued setting dates I their officers Tuesday night and ,

Carriages, Buggies and Traps for the trial of the following cases at I name delegates to attend the annual I f ERFECTLY

:, Tampa: The United States vs. C. W. meeting of the grand lodge at Savannah : -
Drummers Carryalls Saddle Horses etc. URE
.Edwards, February 13; R. J. Williams, and then wind up with a banquetThe

I 14; R. L. Loveless, 14; J.Y.. Branon. way these lively so'ns of the forest

FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses 15:; M. E. Short 16; W. G. Wells, 16; will make the edible chips fly on that

I Minor F. Bard, 16; C. L. McLin, 17; I occasion will be a cautjon. -

William Sawyer 20; J. M. Conally, 20;

Reuben Creamer, 21. All applicationsfor FOR SALE-All the tools. Imple- ,
and Mules for Sale. Horses r
witnesses ordered must be made ten FOR SALE BY
ments, stock of materials,
nursery
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. days prior to the 13th inst.-Jackson-
trees and wagon. Send bid to the sec-

ville Metropolis, 6th. retary, Mrs. E. T. Allen DeLand, Fla.,
STERNBERGER & PHILLIPSOCALA
before December 31. By order of the
J. R. MARTIN & CO.'WHO'LL A FIERCE AND
board of directors. Clifford Orange Co.,
I FORMIDABLE CATAMOUNT!i i Citra, Fla. FLORIDA ,
I i
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Messrs. Gus Waters and Oliver Snellof ...
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Washington, Jan. 7.Fair tonight,.
the Electra*section in
yesterday
came
freezing temperature in north portion,
I I afternoon with the body of a catamount .
and colder in central portion, with
BE THEM 'I which measured four feet and ..
frost; Sunday, fair.
six inches in length and weighed fifty .

I pounds. The boys went out hunting
We have an expert watchmaker and Atlantic Coast Line
KING and QUEEN j Thursday night and at 8 o'clock struck
i the trail \fhich was followed until I jeweler, and can do your work promptly. -
: I Ocala Music Co., jewelers.Dr. .
i midnight ere the "critter" was captur- .

I i ed, and then not without a fierce fight, THROUGH, CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
R. T. Willingham 0: Richmond,
/. OF THE /. | It was the intention of the boys to have I II ;
Va., is perhaps the greatest preacher I
I 1 the body mounted but finally conclud-
in our Southland. You ve cordially -CONNECTIONS-
1 ed to sell it and it is now on exhibitionat
RIFLES CARNIVAL 1 I FESTIVAL I invited to hear him at the Baptist
I Pittman & Son's and can be had
,'for $;. I,;church Sunday next January 8, at 11a. TO THE EAST Over its, own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond,
: m. and 7 p. m. All Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry.
.

OCALA, Jan. 9-14 Easy Bright, the best preparation in
: WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
i the world for cleaning furniture, metal
Order it and $1 load. Flyer route via Atlanta.
lor now. .We. 'per
i carpets. The kind the furniture men -

Open to every Lady and Gentleman, married or single, in use. Get it at Mclver & MacKay's. Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32. TO THE EAST Via Say. & Ocean S.;S. Co. for :New York Philadelphiaand

Ocala. Votes are now on sale, and can be secured at G. +I Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York Washington,

A. Xash's Dry Goods Store, Weihe's Jewelry Store, j All the Ocala boys and girls of the Mrs. Rebecca Boswell of I Lakeland I Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners

Blake & :Martin's Ocala News Company, Post office Drug i Gainesville Seminary, who spent their passed through Ocala today on her Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel-

Store, T. B. Snyder's Haberdashery'and Gent's Furnishing vacation at home, leave' tomorrow for way to England, to visit her sister, Mrs.C. Steamship, phia.

Store and the : Store. 1 E. Abson. .
Goods Anti.\Iol1tpoly Drug Gainesville to resume their studies. ---- ----- ----

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REMEMBER BOTH MARRIED AND SINGLE |i-H. N' Knoblock, one of the pioneer ",Every kind of farm and garden Implement - u

ARE ELIGIBLENow j farmers and truckers of Martin, 'was cane mills, woven and barbed Route of the celebrated trains, New York & Florida Special, Florida, and

:' in town 100.1:1)Ir.. K. and sons are, aije fencing. Marion Hardware Co. West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.

is the time to put your best girl in the lead. The also engaged in merchandising and / Quickest schedules, superior service. For information as to rates, schedules -

lady receiving the largest number of votes will be presented .are enjoying an excellent trade. -"/'" Mrs. L. A. Hendon formerly a resident etc., consult the purple foldei\or communicate with T. C. White, D. P.
with beautiful i.-karat Gold Watch the of Ocala but now of Atlanta, is
a ; gentlemanh I A., Tampa: W. J. Craig, G. P. A.,; H. M. Emerson, T. M., Wilmington, X. C.
avingthe most votes will also receive a handsome present. Exquisite china in the finer grades of In the city visiting her brother G. W. .
Wells.
imported ware. The prices are very

VOTES ONLY ONE CENT law. A. E. Burnett.Mr. Ammunition of all kinds for all fire- CHEAP RATES TO

arms, at the :Marion Hardware Co.
Dickison, the third vice presi-

l [ -- dent of the Atlantic Coast Liner pass- California and the. NorthwestTHE

ed through Ocala yesterday afternoonon Mr. Jesse Lovell, a prosperous and
successful farmer and trucker of Sport
the belated train for Tampa in his I
private car. was in town today and paid his finan- NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY

TO I cial respects to the Star. "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE
-- _IF YOU WANT BUY... .
The hunting season is on. We have i Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest

i the best stock of shells in the county.I GOOD FARM TO RENT Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable.

REAL ESTATENow :; Marion Hardware Co. I $55.10-Portland, Seattle, Vancouver and British Columbia points.

I I Part crop or cash rent; good house $49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte, Anaconda, Missoula and intermediate

I Several months ago the Star referred I Ito and out buildings; :20! acres hammockand points on the Northern Pacific Railway.

is the time to call on DITTO, and look over the fact that Cornelius Johnson a about 12:! acres pine land; best wa- $44.70-San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Benson, Phoenix Pres-

I ter in Florida; other advantages to the cott, Tuscon, Denv the following property. I
several, I right party. Call on or address P. M., Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates Frym

40 acre farm two and one-halt miles south of town $400 1; peeled to live but. thanks to the skill I I jj Ii j Reddick, Fla. All Florida Points

20 acre farm two and one-half miles south of town 54:5 i j of Dr. ewsom, he has virtually been The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga,

miles north of ORANGE GROVEA Nashville and St Louis. Two trains with through sleepers to St Louis
zO acre farm two town 8300 :;brought back to life and is now able i i iI daily

20 acres Hammock land one mile south of town *375 I to be out and around with prospects of; bearing orange and grapefruit and Chicago.

Good home, S rooms, one-fourth acre lot,rents for >I_.5o $ )Co I a full restoration to health all of which j glove of ten acres, six acres in orange Leave Jacksonville: 7:50 a. m., via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry.

Five-room house :and 3 acres, one mile west of town $400, will be pleasant news to his many I:,trees and four in grapefruit Treesare Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. m, via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry.

Splendid home and lot, one-half-acre $1500 ,friends. I i ii bearing: had about 300 boxes of Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May

i Ij j fruit this year. Located at South Lake 15, inclusive, and from September 15 to October 31.

Other and better properties for sale by !i Shotguns and revolvers cf all kinds Weir. For terms and price apply at For maps schedraes and other information write to E. J. Walker, Florida
I'I'I '
Room \2 Merchants Block F. W. DITTO j I at the Marion Hartvare.Co. ,this office. Inspection solicited. Passenger, Agent: "Dixie Flyer" Route Jacksonville, Florida.


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Just Arriced AT THE OCALA HOTELSThe I Stylish V and ComfortableFOOTWEAR GOY. BROWS POLICY i Dr. R. U FULLER Fuller & BLiLOCK Dr. L F. Blalock




What It Will Be, as Indicated by Ex- DENTAL SURGEONSOffices

Pickled Lamb's Tongue Passing Population of Our City's tracts From His Inaugural Addressat over Munroe & Chambliss Bank

Tallahassee January 3
Sweitzer and Brick Cheese Hospitable HostelriesF OCALA, FLA.

'To discharge the duties of my office -
P. Rice of Atlanta is at the Ocala
Silver PrunesLimberger will require not only my best efforts,
House. Terms CashJ.
but the united wisdom of the efficient

Cheese Club S. M.House.R. Wolf. of Baltimore Is at the For All Sizes, Both Sexes and [Ant] Pocket cabinet me., officers induced into office with E. CHACE,

Fancy Cakes r .

A. Kettering of St. Louis is at the DENTAL SURGEONOffice
"Let us extend the right hand of fellowship -
Salt Mackerel Nos. 1 and 2 Ocala House.F. .
to all honest, liberty-loving upstairs, Ccmmerclal Bank

Strained and Comb Honey M. Armstead of Atlanta is at the W J, CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY people who us." desire to make their homes Building, Ocala, Florida. .

Ocala House.W. among
TERMS CASH
Figs, Cherries and Pineapplein

Maraschino, II. Caldwell of Tampa is at the THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. "In my judgment the primary system .

Ocala House. brings the people and the governmentnearer For

Mince Meat and Cranberry together, making government
Braxton Lucius of Lake City Is at WATCHESREPAIRS
Sauce I the act of the people." YEIH
the Montezuma.
And
-ATTEAPOT I A RUSSIAN TORPEDO BOAT MISS PATTERSON REFUSED BAIL a s .-

J. M. Crook -Montgomery, Ala.. is I I The primary system enables the lawmaking

GROCERY at the Montezuma.Mrs. Built in the United States, Probably New York, Jan. 6.-Early*this after- body to remove from the stat- -GO TO-

l I on Its Way Across the Atlantic !noon Justice Greenbaum refused to allow utes whatever defects remain
Dixon of Kansas City is a guestof
Nan Patterson bail. When the F. G. B. WEIHEThe
the Montezuma. New York. Jan. 6.-The torpedo boat
news was told the prisoner she col-
Gregory, built by Lewis Nixon at Perth "I favor the primary election system, Jeweler.UNDERTAKERS. '

PRDHPT PAYMENT nf W. E. Speigel of Baltimore is a guest Amboy for the Russian government, lapsed. and | will oppose to the utmost any

BILLS is the BASIS ofCREDIT of the Ocala House.C. left New York harbor yesterday after- measure to weaken or repeal this law, -

NO PITY SHOWN unless it is submitted to a vote of the
J. Johnson of Columbus Ga., is noon. It has been repeatedly reported '
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that the Gregory was to to Russia people.
at the Ocala House.S. go .
.
. "For years fate was after me continuously $5.
under her own power. A few days ago i
H. Happersett of Jacksonville is ," writes F. A. Gullege, Verbena "I will do my utmost to strengthenand AND
members of her crew bade goodbye to : :
Our Bills Are Due a guest of the Club House. their friends and said they were goingto Ala. I had a terrible case of perfect the primary system."

Piles, causing 24 tumors. When all .
When PresentedIf Savannah, Ga.
EMBALMERSI
Zack Castleberry: of Atlanta is among failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
"I believe the conservative adminis-
the arrivals at the Qcala. House. me. Equally good for burns and all I
You Dkippolnt Us, Do Not Be aches and pains. Only 25c. at the AntiMonopoly -
Arthur Doyle the popular grocery laws is largely responsible for the ma-
Surprised If Further Credit Is Drugstore. have two Registered Un-
salesman is at the Ocala House. terial and prosperity which
In-I progress
Refused have never heard of a single dertakers and Embalmers.All .
I has been in recent in
so rapid years
H. D. Wood, successful planter of stance of a cold resulting in pneumonia
a entrusted
I Congressman Hitt's name Is men- Florida." 'work to our
W J. Chambers Shoe Co. or other lung trouble when Foley's
Evinston, is at the Montezuma.R. ( tioned as probable successor to Am- care will .receive and
Ocala Steam LaundryW. Honey and Tar has been taken. It not prompt
C. and Frank Palmer of bassador Meyer at Rome. "The department of state institutions{skilled attention. All
: P. Edwards Terry only stops the coughs, but heals and em-

T. B. Snyder Louisville are at the Ocala House. strengthens the lungs. Ask for Foley's should give every encouragement to the balming( folly guaranteed. A
Our optical department is completein
and construction of transportation
-
Edwards Bros Honey and Tar and refuse any substi- development splendid stock of Caskets and
James J. Watson, a commercial man every detail. We will examine your lines." i
tute offered. Dr. J. C. Bishop of Ag-
of Montgomery, Ala., is at the Monte I eyes free and guarantee satisfaction. Burial Robes carried at all
new, Mich., writes: "I have used Foley's I i I Ii
zuma. i We can furnish. or repair rimless goods times.OCALnFURNITORECO.
Honey and Tar in three very severe I I "I have promised to strengthen and
of every description. Ocala Music Co.
MdVER & M&GKAY : F. A. Warner! traveling solicitor for cases of pneumonia with good resultsin protect the 'laws creating the railroad

the Jacksonville Metropolis, is at the every case." Sold by the Postoffice commission:
The review of the treasury depart- .
Montezuma. Drugstore.
ment for the calendar year of 1904 Phone No. 94. Night phone No. 10.
"I also promise to recommend to the .
FUNERAL DIRECTORS shows a deficit of J22.000.000. .
Jack Renfroe has returned to Ocala
I
legislature resolution be passed to
CROCKERY! CROCKERY! a
aftera visit to Gainesville and other 1 make the railroad commission a con-

UNDERTAKERSand points and is again at the Ocala House. We have the most complete line of French perfumes. Purity. Call for stitutional part of the government" w. C. BULLContractor
sample at the Anti-Monopoly Drugsus. -
crockery in the city. Plain white "C. .
Horace Marsh, formerly of Ocala, but
Do not fail to see the holiday and
now a knight of the grip, with head- C." goods, beautifully decorated semi- packages. "I favor large appropriations our Bcilcfefaan

EMBALMERS!' quarters in Savannah, is at the Mon- porcelain, plain white porcelain, etc., colleges.. "

in sets, large or small, and in open .
tezuma. and Careful Estimates Made
Society women in Russia and Japan Quick
stock. Remember that when you get "Public opinion should be enlightened -
Fine Caskets and Burial plan the formation of a league to agitate Box 64, Ocala Fla.
Dave Greenbaum of Savannah, one of crockery from us, you can always get ed the youth of the state educated

Robes. All work done by the cleverest salesmen that ever opened more of the same pattern to replace ending the war. I II I by the state to the fullest extent pos-

Licensed Embalmers a trunk of samples is at the Ocala breakage, or increase the size of your sible." H. R. HUNTER
Heating stoves, hot air stoves, box
House for a few days. set. The Ocala News Company .
heaters, gas heaters, oil. heaters and ,
FULLY GUARANTEEDD.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Glaser and two furnaces. All styles and prices. Ask "I have declared that the patriotic ;-. ; -. :
The of Missouri have GU1 .
E. McIver and V. E. Roberts are children of Charleston are spending republicans to- see them. Marion Hardware Co., service and self-sacrifice of our soldiers '

members of the State Embalmers' As- several weeks in the city. They are nominated Thomas Nedringhans of, H. B. Clarkson, manager. and sailors in the civil war should -and- -
St. Louis to fill the place in the United
sociation. located at the Ocala House. I guarantee to the needy ones or their)
States Senate so long and ably filled by II LOCKSMITHRepairing
\ I Wu Ting Pang, former Chinese minister widows such reasonable pensions as an I

S. C. Collins of St. Louis is at the Mr. Cockrell, who will take the place on to the United States, fights the appreciative people are willing to pay."" --

Ocala House. Mr. Collins formerly the Interstate Commerce Commission .
McNealy & MoriartyOffice exclusion treaty and may prevent its Specialty.
a
made his headquarters in Ocala and offered him by President Roosevelt.At ratification. "The patriotism of our Florida state -

his many friends are glad to see him. troops and Florida naval militia shouldbe
No. 12 Ft. King Ave. H. B. Masters this week may be
Giles' woodyard has the largest supply encouraged by liberal support."
found a lot of shoes in the rear end of IRE TOnlPKINSHas
Postoffice Box 682 TENNYSON DIDN GO of stove and fireplace wood In the .
I the shoe department which we have I
1 town. Three wagons running. Prompt I of roads ir
"I believe a system good
!put out as a bargain, and if you will i
A poetical traveler, stopping at a delivery and large loads.T. would contribute to the
county
every
glance over the line you will be sure a well selected stock of
'CONTRACTORSAND Georgia inn, dismounted from his horse prosperity, comfort and enjoyment of II
BUILDERS and called to the landlord, who was to see something that you want. V. Powderly, in interview in New the people." Fresh Meats of all kinds.

lounging on the veranda: York, declares himself encouraged by .
Cabinet Work a Specialty The new cruiser Chattanooga had her
I
and Green
the conferences between employers and Vegetables l.
"Wrinkled 'ostler, grim and thin I trial trip in a hurricane, which she rode "I believe the Everglades of Florida
I employes and sees the end of strikes. I Fresh and Salt Water Fish received -
Careful Attention Givento Here is should be saved for the people and
custom come your way; out and returned to harbor in good I

Take my brute and lead him In- shape. !I should be protected against overflow by every day. Cedar Key Oysters
non-resident propertiesThe Novelties in hat pins, shirt waist received daily. Leave orders
your
canals.
Stuff his ribs with moldy hay! proper
= '-C" "-=" buttons, sleeve buttons, etc., at A. E.Burnett's. I with me. Prompt delivery.
"Ef you say that ag'ing' said the Mr. Wm. S. Crane of California, Md., I

landlord, ill lamm you side the head I suffered for years with rheumatism and i I I "Florida's finances are in the most '

THE S"etti with this hickory. Thar's a nigger lumbago. He was finally advised to try I Government final estimate of the cereal I creditable condition, and she has no I.I E. TOMPKINS

here to look after the horses!" Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which he 'I floating debt.
crops of 1904 shows a total of City Market.
"My good man, I meant no offense.I did, and it affected a complete cure. I I
TEXAS PACIFIC 4OS1,460.000 bushels, the second larg-
was only: quoting Tennyson to you." The liniment is for sale by all druggist I "It is my purpose to enforce all lawsto
in
est
our history.
f Cp "Hang Tennyson!" exclaimed the ,! I Secure the enjoyment of life liberty j i You will find a beautiful stock of dia-

SO RAILWAY t landlord, "an' tell him I said so. Neither I I Stoves and' ranges of all styles, sizes I, and prosperity to all." ,. I I mon rings, brooches and scarf pins at

him nor can make a stable boy President Roosevelt is flooded with I I dcala
you |I and prices. We can save you money I I the store of the Music Co.
n' !" Atlanta Constitution. invitations to visit the South. |I I
me The Ocala Wood Yard supplies wood I II'n I -
Great Eastern on any kind of stove or range. :Marion

Hardware Co.; H. B. Clarkson, mana- any length..Phone 32. I Nice assortment of hat racks and
and Western Line CARELESS Our prescription department is the !
ger. ,Iron beds just received at the Ocala
most up-to-date and has the most care-
Across the Entire States oi I Furniture Co.NOTICE.
ful attention of any in the city. Ty- "WHAT EAT
Among the many good stories told Earl Roberts gives warning to Great! YOU

by Senator Daniel of Virginia is the dings and Co.Ambassador. Britain that her al my is deficient and I OF ELECTION

TEXAGild$ lOUlSIA following: urges reforms to meet the demands of I I .
Choate will not resign t A REI" i \
"A gentleman in the South was one modern warfare. JOU Notice is hereby given that an election

NO TROl'BLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS day in conversation with a Yankee who until. after Roosevelt's inauguration. I II will be held at the Charter Oak

Direct Line to had brought letters of introductionfrom The best hot chocolate and whipped' ,school house Marion county, Florida,
The Fort King Dairy will deliver 'WHITE ROSE canned
a friend in the North, when it '
cream at Taylor's.Dowie during the hours between 8:30 a. m.,
NORTH TEXAS milk or cream to any part of the city goods can't be excelled.We .
transpired that the Northerner was a I I 'I and sundown of
before
breakfast
NEW MeXICO veteran of the civil war. I passed through Jacksonville also carry WHITE Rose. Saturday, January 28, A. D. 1905, ,

'Yes,' said the Yankee. 'I was a par- 'i this morning on his way to Miami. Preserves for the purpose of creating a specialtax
ARIZONAand (iolrnor Yates" threat to call out the Maple Syrup,Jam ,
ticipant in the late unpleaS militi.i prevented prize fight at Belvidere I I Apple Butter Catsup etc.
a j
You see this?' he added, pointing to a Cut glass. Come early and make Charter Oak special tax school district
Illinois. I
scar in his face-'I got that at the first your selections. The line is up to date.A. .I The above said district to include the
CALIFORNIA I We also have in a fresh lot of II.
battle of Bull Run. .
E. Burnett following described territory: South
.. 0. Oat Meal] Buck Wheat and I
,
,
'How in the world did you get hit W.W. Carman& Co.You ,half of sections :2 and 3 and all of sections
WRITE FOR NEW BOOK OF TEXAS. Pan Cake Flour Ralston Break-!
FREEE. ,
in the face at the battle of Bull Run? I The prospects are that this session of I 4, 5. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, Iff.
!fast Food and Cream Wheat..
TURNER mischievously asked the Southerner. will nna a well selected stock of Congress w ill not pass a river and harbor I 2!, 23 and 24 of township 17, range 22.

General "'Oh. responded the Yankee with the groceries at !,' bill. I And to elect three trustees and to fix
Passenger Agent I See the watch Miss Rexie Todd
utmost nonchalance, 'I I I
'suppose got : the rate of millage to be levied for the
DALLAS, TEXASL.ALEX&XDER CARMAN & CO'S., I its in window.
!kwon our
careless and looked back.' "Harper's's i COUGHS AND COLDS nest two years. Qualified electors at
Two Stores North of and South of City I
Weekly. I All coughs, colds and pulmonary said election are all registered and

SpecialUes- Market I|I complaints that are curable are quickly; 0, K GROCERY qualified voters of said district who

CREAMERY BUTTERThe 'cured by One Minute Cough Cure. i i pay a tax on real or personal property

Practical FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, i Clears the phlegm draws out inflammation i j I therein. The following persons have
CLARK BROS. Props.
CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful Carmichael & Son. Co. keep CHICKENS AND EGGS and heals and soothes the af- : ,, ;i been appointed Inspectors at said election -

constantly on hand, receiving a fresh fected parts, strengthens the lungs, I : M- P. Pritehet. William Scroggieand

estimates made on all contract suprly every two days, delicious, pare, Remember the place and rest assured : wards off pneumonia. Harmless and W. A. Redding. G. S. Scott

work. Gives more and better work for Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per we will treat you right. j pleasant to take. Sold by William Phone J74. Attest: ,,_. D. Cam Chairman.

the money than any other In town. pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 87. W. W. CARMAN & CO. ''Andersen. NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY Secretary. .

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xml record header identifier oai:www.uflib.ufl.edu.ufdc:UF0007590800283datestamp 2008-10-29setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Ocala evening starOcala evening star.Evening starStardc:subject Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)dc:description Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).dc:publisher Porter & Hardingdc:date 1 7, 1905dc:type Newspaperdc:format v. ; 61 cm.dc:identifier http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/ufdc/?b=UF00075908&v=0028311319113 (OCLC)sn 84027621 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage United States of America -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala