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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.

Subjects

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

Notes

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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"THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU, RIGHT" DRS. R. & GOLDSTEIN. WE OPENED FOR BUSINESS DECEMBER 1ST, 1903 -




The Optic Specialists of Louisville, Ky.. Our Deposits on December 1st, 1904 were $ J \ 7,067.87


You May Have Realized in the Last Are at 77 the and Ocala Hotel House Parlors, Room


Few Nights That it is a good Thing 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.


' to Sleep warm. We know it and WILL REMAIN A FEW DAYS ONLY


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BLANKETS AND COMFORTSIs It Is our specialty to fit glasses in j .

such a manner that they relieve the 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,

eye strain perfectly, fitting theve>e I iberal and satisfactory treatment. .

with ease and comfort, thus preservingthe
HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.
F. L WATSON

Large and well Assorted. If You Are latest eye.and In most examining improved the methods eye only and the President: Vice President Cashiers


in Need of Such Articles,/we can attend instruments are used.

Physicians especially are invited to

Your wants. call and methods of I
to investigate our

correcting errors of refraction. :Many I. IA Gror.1r SALE of KA1PEN I FATHFR FlfRWTIIRF

cases of headache, neuralgia, nervousness y .
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irritability, insomnia vertigo, "-\= .-..>.N\1.". o;" ?"-''''.., ''r-:;.-;. .-., '''''. -. c.',N.. ..... .' : ?}rrni "
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nervous prostration and the seeming ;t 1_ .j: )} -.i\.1. i .-i.:.,' ( .:i '. .
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the proper glasses. Ninety per cent. ] t:. :1.;..<.4 i'L{ ,'1./r% 1 ":! : 'fc'.;...... $2-;: Y.-17o.' t.'t\. < ":..'t. ...,. -, -' ,.;'."'. _
[) R. U. Fuller Dr. L F. Blalock r. ,t.H; r. ... .." _
of the people over 40 years of age need : 1 ; 1 :; e"t: ( L" ':: :: ";
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FULLER & BLALOCK need them for distance. I ..:.::; !! :. : ; !:' >' ) : : ,. I

C. L BITTINGER c.CO.. DENTAL SURGEONS Glasses are not always given to im- -

prove eyesight but to relieve undue i

C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Dffices over Munroe & Chambliss Bank strains; in short, to assist nature. I Special Is ow in r

Proprietors and Publishers Thousands of eyes are ruined yearly. Karpen Leather Furniture
OCALA, FLA. : Sale of
Seven persons out of ten have neither Progress

C. L BITTiNGER, yes alike, and one out of twenty Astigmatism -


Editor and General Manager.R. Terms CashJ. testing each; hence eye separately.the necessity Special of Karpen Leather Furniture is famous for its beauty of design and thoroughness of construction, and we guar-



R. CARROLL, E. CHACE attention is given to any inequality antee every piece. During this sale we are abe! to offer leather Chairs, Rockers and Couches of the Karpen

City Editor and Business Manager that may exist between the refraction make at greatly reduced prices. We cordially invite you to inspect the wonderful values we are able to offerin

DENTAL SURGEONOffice >f the eye.Optical these high grade goods.Ocala.

science has made rapid advances -
(Superintendent W. D Cam la an en- upstairs, Commercial Bank
within the last few years, the
/ thusiastic good roa s man. He says Building, Ocala, Florida. Fttrnitnred Cornpany:
1 I correct adoption of spectacles has become ,

: Governor TERMS CASH a distinct profession. The opti-

f cian who thoroughly understands his :: .lA : : F'LsC:> RIGA:
ion as a delegate, and he will try and .
\
\ business realizes fully that in adjusting -
\ in the big Jacksonville convention Mr. George Troupe Maxwell of Jacksonville -- -- .
\U: glasses for his customers he is I
week will assist Mr. S. A. Rawls in !
'\ treating with a most delicate and pre- AT THE BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
,. '\ the management of the Marion Farms.Mr. .
\ --- cious organ, where the slightest error '
-- Maxwell has brought his family, HOUSE -FURNISHINGS .
Governor firoward has appointed :. may result seriously, while if he does R. J. Willingham of Richmond,
1 1000 delegates to the Good Roads Con- wife and child, with him and will make
well, he not gives com-
his work only V a., occupied the Baptist pulpit Sun- I
vention, which meets in Jacksonville Ocala his home.You :
and to his but in I
fort !
ease patrons !
day morning and night. As this emi- ;
! January 19 to 21-every member of: restores the sight.. i
instances
every county board of commissionersin will find that plenty to eat in many Special care should be taken in selecting nent divine is the secretary of the for-:i Our stock of Furniture and House Furnishing

Florida and every newspaper man. cold weather is a good thing, but you eign mission board of the Southern :
the first pair of spectacles, nor I
It is a great occasion and will bring must eat the right kind of food, or you Baptist Association, he took for his :
should it be attempted without the aid
together a great crowd. will not feel the benefit of it. ...The of a responsible optician. It is most theme after reading the COth Psalm, I Goods is second to none in the State

House That Treats You Right. and expounding a verse in it, "The i
important that the lenses should be I
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}<'oreignIissionary'York," and made avery ,
Rev. Father Bottolaccio has received accurately centered and of the best ,

from the U. S. agricultural department The following persons went to Jack- quality and the frames so made that interesting Instructive and im- '! kind of Furniture all kinds and
Every Rugs prices Lap
through the kindness of Senator; : sonville as delegates from the First the wearer looks directly through the pressive address. ,

: Baptist church, of this city to the state The speaker is a man of ample proportions -
James P. Taliaferro, a big bag of vege-
center
fitted to the
Glasses nicely '
Window Shades Robes Saddles
table seed, to be distributed to the< convention: Rev. L. B. Warren, Mr. face become an ornament as well as a i imposing presence and a very Mattings: Whips, etc.

farmers of Marion county. Call on Isaac Stevens and Mrs. S. A. Standley. entertaining and eloquent delivery.As !
necessity. Lace and Portiere Curtains kind of Wagon
him and you will receive free a package Mrs. A. L. Izlar was also elected but Fitting children with spectacles a it is impossible, with the space at Every Buggy

of bean, mustard, radish, water- could not go as was W. D. Carn, but our command, to reproduce the talk,
specialty. I Screens etc. Blankets and and Carriage for
melon and onion seed. his pressing school duties would not Parents do not neglect your chil- we can merely glance at the presentation any purpose.

permit him to go. of his grand subject treated in a
dren's eyes.Difficult Spreads Sheets Pillows and Paints Oils Varnishes Lubricating
Our esteemed contemporary has been cases solicited.All largeness and comprehensiveness of I ,

striving for the last forty years to COMINGJOHN questions in regard to the eyes views that left a deep impression and I Crockery Lamps and ..Toilet Oils Building Materials -

make his paper a household necessity. : cheerfully answered.Consultations will make the Ocala Baptist church's ,
'
He has not quite succeeded, but at the contribution to missions greatly in excess -
; Sets Jars and Flower Pots. Lime Plaster Laths
beginning of the new year, nothing' H. and Examinations Free I of that of 19 H. lIe eloquently depicted -I I II ,

discouraged by all these of unceasing Office hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. the life of Christ, his sufferingsfor : Cook and Heating Stoves and Brick Shingles Cement

labor, Is making a revived effort, and at the Ocala House. the salvation of souls his ignomin- ,

we wish him success, and forty more ious death on the cross and the resur-
i j Ranges. Trunks Valises Phosphate Machinery of all
to accomplish the cherished ideal of SPARKSOLD rection, and emphasized the passage ,
GRAND LODGE OF
his journalistic heart. If he never suc- of sending his disciples into the worldto I
COLORED MASONS Suit Cases etc. Harness of kinds.
ceeds, he will have the sweet consolation I teach Christ and him crucified; His .

of having made a strenuous effort love so great that he gave himself for ----

RELIABLE cation The thirty-fourth of the Most Worshipful annual communi-Union the redemption- of the world. The Deep well drilling Contracting and Building of

Last Tuesday morning Mrs. Eliza- speaker instanced many cases of men ,
Grand Lodge A. F. & A. M. (colored)
beth A. Bawls, relict of the late W. S. and congregations who thought they!

Rawls departed this life at her homeIn VIRGINIA 8HO\V8\ of the state of Florida will convene at had all they could do at home, but the [ all kinds done under responsible guarantee.
Mitchell's Hall, this city, at noon tomorrow -
Oldtown, aged G7 years. She leaves subject, being properly presented i iI j
and will be in session until :
the following children to mourn her changed their views put a new heart
AND
Write for and
Saturday night. John II. Dickerson of I. us prices estimates on anything
death: Wm. B., Charles Frank, Sam- and a new purpose into them, and they I
Jacksonville is the grand master andE.
uel C., Jos. C., D. C. Pawls, Mrs. George TRAINED ANIMAL EXPOSITION became wonderful givers in spreadingthe I
I. Alexander is the grand secretary.The .
need.MIVER&MACKAY
ht.-athens.1
Stevens, Mrs. Mary Brooks and MarionH. I gospel to the benighted j i you ,
Grand Lodge Order of the Eastern
Pawls, the last named, who is a BIGGER, BETTER and God made this covenant for man e\-'
Star meets with them. Six or seven I
member of the United States Coast erywhere. When Christ ascended to
GRANDER Than Ever. hundred delegates will be in attendance -
Artillery, is stationed at Pensacola.Mrs. heaven, he said: "I give you this workto
from all of the state, and ,
TWICE its Former Size. parts do. He didn't of
Rawls was a life long resident of say anything I
the colored people of Ocala are put to
Oldtown, a devoted member of the I building churches and colleges and
their wits' end to find accommodationsfor I
Fellowship Baptist church, where her WILL EXHIBIT AT them. founding newspapers, but the life of .

remains were laid to rest Rev. Z. A. man was his theme and legacy to the -----

Crumpton officiating. The husband succeeding generations through all
HOW TO AVOID rNEUMONlA
of the deceased, Mr. S. r twls, was a OCALA FLORIDA time, uiitil all shall know his wondrouslove ? A e EL TROPICO ,
y.. .
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soldier In the Florida Indian war anda and saving grace even to the uttermost v. irr -
We have never heard of a single Instance CIGAR FACTORYMakers '
brave Confederate soldier, and whopreceded ;

her seventeen years ago to MONDAY January 16 : of a cold resulting in pneumoniaor He referred to Rev. II. A. God Jon of GMU -o- /7 '
I other lung trouble when Foley'sHoney
the other shore. Mrs. Pawls was a I Boston, his wonderful work and more I :, f }
and Tar has been taken. It not of the
most estimable woman and her death is I wonderful spiritual labors, because he ,
only stops the coughs, but heals and t
deeply regretted by those who knew had seen and felt Christ's presence and Highest Grade 5c. Cigar
Two performances dailyeveningand strengthens the lungs. Ask for Foley's
her womanly virtues.A his singleness of purpose for man'ssalvation
night. Doors open at 1 and 7 Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute : --0-- r r
p. brought many a wanderingsoul ? :f f, ; >'
offered. Dr. J. C. of .
Bishop Ag-
gay party of drummers were com- m.; performance one hour earlier. to the Redeemer. Spoke of the MILO DEYO
new, Mich., writes: "! have used Foley's
ing in the other morning from Dunnel- wonderful work of the Laurel S. Co.I and
Honey and Tar in three severe
very '
lon. One of them had a pair of dar Everything new and novel, presentedin I Baptist church, consisting of 220 mem-
cases of pneumonia with good resultsin s r GRAND ROYAL 9
bers, most of them in c :
ot-
bies in his pocket to transfer to an glittering magnificence world of operators t
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every case. Sold by the PostofCice .a
Qcala officer. These were displayed in ton mill dependent on their Uii> labor HAVANA CIGARS
wonders to :startle the mind and bright. Drugstore.This '.. I
a playful way and jokes cracked over I for subsistence, and barely .i" 'I. i,I i.. R
the Animals and wonders too --0--
en
their presence, when one of the party eye. pay their preacher a meager s"i"ry\ I
numerous to mention. will be a week of prayer and when awakened to their true obligation In Five Sizes P'S
thought he would play a joke on hiss I __
I S .
will continue all week at the Presby-
fellow knight of the grip and slip them to God, rose to the full height of their
terian church conducted by Doctors ,
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over his wrist. No sooner thought than See the LionsROMEO glorious Christian privilege and their
Baby Lindsay and Moore. Next: Sunday ,
done; but after the joke had been enjoyed giving for foreign missions rose froma CHAS. PEYSER Proprietor .
Rev. Holcomb, the North Carolina. acf, S.
for some time and the wrist of few hundred dollars in three yearsto
evangelist, will arrive and take charge.A .
the Impressed one plead for release it $1400. all determining to give up

was dlsco\ered there was no key with their personal gratifications, such as

which to unlock them and the manacled Largest and heaviest lion in captivity. SINGER SURPRISEA tobacco, etc., and give to the Lord. He
tremendous drop in the price of PIANOS AND ORGANS
L knight had to march: up town and I said no man should carry a cent home

I appeal to the high sheriff of Marion I Singer sewing machines but none in until be had given one-tenth to theLord

to unlock them. The gentlemen in quality. The J60 machine reduced to I no matter whether his earnings

question was seen passing through the OUR MARYThe J4S; the boy; machine reducd to $53. Call were great or smalL Don't hold to your
Them at Home and be Fait Dealt With
I Buy '
streets with the darbies on and a report at headquarters, the Helvenston- ideas but to God's. ; ) -:

soon spread of some terrible deed most intelligent elephant per Blitch-Pasteur Company. 1... W. Jack- He said that he didn't come to makea

he had committed. It took that good forming.See son, agent. collection; that Brother Warren Small Musical Instruments Sheet Music' Typewriters -

natured man all day to explain to anx- would attend to that: that be (Warren) ,

our trained horses ponies, goats NEW SCHEDULEOn had the true spirit in him and told
ious inquiring friends that it was onlya a Bicycles Sewing Machine Needles Dia-

joke on the part of his brother and funny mule; the funny clowns, secret that Brother Warren bad contributed ,

knight but one that must not be repeated trapese performers, contortionists, wire the Seaboard Air Line {500 last, year to this glorious monds, Watches and Jewelry, Fine China and Cut ,

on the penalty of sheddisg walkers, tumbler and beautiful lady Day trains on Seaboard Air Line now cause. The extreme modesty of the -

blood. run as follows: young but devoted pastor was made to Glass. _
performers.
Northbound arrive 1=:41 p. m. bl $h.

Mr. S. A. Standley of the well known Northbound leave 1:01 p. m. In closing the meeting Pastor Warren > "

livery and exchange stables of Standley GRAND GOLDEN FREE STREET Southbound arrive 1:01 p. m. said he pledged the Ocala Baptist Ocala Music Co.

& Co.. has been enjoying a week's Southbound leave 1:21. church to. give ;lees in 1903 for for- ,
PARADE AT 10 A. M.
hunting and fl&iing trip with his No change In night schedule. Pullman -

friend Berry Yarn, of Bayport, Fla. Free outside exhibitions at show ground cars on all trains. (Continued on third page.) 55 JE: ELERS ''.. :_ .--,. .






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Failing, from his reputation to get

If another appointment Derrington took THE COLORED PEOPLE'S


i: HAliDWAREI The Yellow to elder quarreling, had a spice with of his the sons.paternal Percy,tem-the SUN BROTHERSWorld's DEPARTMENT


per and refused to submit Conse- -

I HollyBy quently he was forbidden the house- Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Edit r.

and crowned his Iniquities in the old Progressive Railroad Shows, Museum, Menagerie ,

man's by marrying Rosina Lock- .

I We carry a foil and complete line of Author of FERGUS"The Mystery HUME of e wood. eyes The younger Vane was a fool and Trained Animal Exhibition. Hear Ye!' Hear Ye! Hear VII!

Hansom Cab," Eta and completely cowed by his terrible
: To all the :Masons in good and
Annual reg-
Tour
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS father. He married an equally meek
cbpyripM 1X3. lv G. W. DSHnytom lady, and the two were crushed by the I ular standing of this and other jurisdiction -
i Company i Enlarged and reconstructed for the i Largest, Richest and Best Show on I working in harmony with tha
old tyrant Finally both died as gladlyas
Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of the late Lady Derrington had done present season I Earth- M. W U. G. I. of Florida and Its ju

Continued from Saturday.)
(
and left Walter Vane to carry on the WILL EXHIBIT ATFloz'ida risdiction. Know ye that by this method
WIRE FENCING \\nen you knew througu Sirs. Ward as''
title. The old lord detested Walter we give notice to one and all that the
that I had parsed a night here and '
a milksop, but Le refused to acknowl
33rd annual session of the G. L. aforesaid -
learned through; her, by means of Train Ocala
the fool to the
edge George preferring
PHOSPHATE that the yellow holly berry had len will convene in this city on the
clever man from sheer hatred of Bren-
TURPENTINE PPL found In the woman's sitting room, don's fatL.. 1 10th Inst., 1905 and the local committee -

you set to work to find out how I escaped for this occasion will give a grandbanquet <<
The meeting with George at Mrs.
and MILLS from this room. You"knew that Ward's had touched the old man deeply. FRIDAY, JANUARY, 20 on Friday night, the 13th. .ata
Train had locked
the door.
place hereafter named for the
He had never set eyes on Percy'sson reception -
Tea. answered Bawdsey, "he told
before, and had no idea that the Some of the great features to be seen with Sun Bros'. Progressive Shows of the delegates. All persona of

S Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds Mrs. Ward that""IIe young fellow was so handsome and good behavior are cordially invited to
seems to have told her every
j I clever. Derrington felt that he could attend at a normal fee which will be
thing. However, to make a long story
: This is the Tool short, you hunted for an exit and you take some pride in George as a man charged at the door. The installation

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who would himself to be
not permit of G. L. for
1905
found it""That's will also take place.
bullied. lIe Lad as strong a will as
4rgr 1t
-FOR- so, replied Bawd::ey quietly )
Us
grandfather and the older man
"And now we had better return to the Quite a large number of delegateso
respected him. Moreover, George's refusal
Fall and Spring Crops sitting quietly."room and talk over the matter to accept an income when he the Masonic Grand Lodge have arrived -

took a feigned name and his determined in our city, and a larger numberare
"One moment said George, "have
fight for his birthright pleased expected. The first session willoj'n
yon told Lord Derrington or Mrs. Ward
the despot. But' for his pride and
tomorrow at high noon.
of this discovery: ?
hatred of the father, Derringtou might
We will fee pleased "No, and I won't tell them, either. I
Lave acknowledged the marriage. lIe -Hot soda apparatus at the,. Bed
wish to get you out of trouble, Mr. /hiWW 44e
--> to see you at all Brendon. They haven't the least idea knew in his own mind that such a Cross Pharmacy, West Broadway.

marriage had taken place, and that where
you can get hot lemonade gin-
times. that you could leave the room, and the
Impression with them la that Train is George was legitimate, but he did not ; uih, ilut ger, chocolate, bouillon, coffee, etc. Everything -
know where the ceremony had been
screening you. If I am to help you is in first class order. Holiday -
celebrated. The sole evidence he possessed lr :
MARION HARDWARE CO. must know all." prices. Call and satisfy yourself.
was a letter, written by Percy
"Then shall know-whatever I
& MacDUFF. you from Paris that he Lad
SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD stating mar- ,
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Green the tonsorial artist and
can tell you. George hesitated, and
ried Kosina Lockwood. Derrington at -
Bawdsey guessed that Le was not g v lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft _
the time accepted the fact, and had
Ing to be so frank as was necessary.However. never thought of inquiring about de- THE FAMOUS HARDELL AND HART TRIOTriple and sweet and my hair-cut is the beetI

Le made no remark, and
have two of the finest chairs that turn
tails from hn son, and of course when
Brendon continued: "I came to this Percy died it was too late. Mrs. Jersey Horizontal Bar Experts, Introducing Difficult Double Somersaults and every way. Razors fixed In all styles.
house to see Mrs. Jersey and get the
T WI SMITH IIC knew, and Mrs. Jersey Lad made Fly Overs Call and be convinced. West Broad-
truth out of her. It was my intentionto
use of her knowledge, but she never way, next to A. Smith.
speak to her the next morning. However
told Derrington anything. Had she
In the drawing roou she stated I And Her Beautiful High
done so, her hold over him might Lave MADAM JESSIE LEONWonderful "
Deale ra In- that she wished the company to disperse her School Horse "Virginia. Notice
waxed feeble, although, owing to
at 10 o'clock, as she had businessto
knowledge, and to the old man's:: de- On Monday night, the 9th at Mitch-

attend to. Also, she came up to this termination not to acknowledge Hill Family Society AcrobatsIntroducing I ell's hall, all ladies entitled to the
room to see if I and my friend were
GENERAL HARD WARER George, it could not be done away
adopted degrees of and ail
in bed at 11. I guessed that she Intended with altogether.One All the Latest Daring Sensational Tricks Masonry

to see some one, and, wondering I Master Masons in good and regular
afternoon when a card was
if the expected pen-on had anything standing, can get them for $1L50 regu-
brought to Derringtou he nearly COMMODORE The Most Wonderful Mole in the World I
to do with my business, I deter- lar price, $8. These degrees will be
A HAPPY SURPRISEIs from his when he read
mined to see her on that night. WLen jumped seat first Performing the Remarkable Feat of Walkjng a Tight Rope in Midair; $1000 communicated on said night, and to
the of George Brendou. At
name
In store for who is +D j Train asleep I locked bedroom
every woman >ti was my for his Equal
miss them will be unfortunate
he was inclined to tear the card a very
looking for a thoroughly up-to-date, door and made use of tLe cupboard. up
and send the out to the insolent happening to the idler. J. H.
pieces In.ner.
efficient and absolutely satisfactory a boy; 1 discovered the cupboard, and I
kitchen range: We nave it right hereIn am ashamed to say that I sometimes :I young man who thus dared to DAN LEON, The Famous RiderPrincipal \V. M.; Robe A. M. Benton Sec.; S. M.

our store ready for your inspec made use of it in uiy teens to go to the trespass on his privacy. But on sec- Gibbs, D. Dept Patron.
tion. It is the latest range in the mar- ond thoughts Le decided to accord him Jockey and Four Horse Equestrienne
4 PS theater unbeknown to my grandfather.On
ket, and combines the newest and fin- an interview. lIe knew that by this
that night I used it again and wentto The editor of this department
est improvements in savins or fuel and time Mr. Bawdsey must have informed FfflT7 In His Den of Performing Ferocious I
the sitting room of Mrs. Jersey It HERR preached at Mt Morlah
readiness in cooklne. t yesterday
George that Lid grandfather knew Lions and Wild Animals
o'clock. The door of the :
about 12
Also a carload of heaters and stoves was and
I s him as Breudou, and the old autocrat morning at Zion M. E. church last
of all kinds, from J1.50 up. room was closed. I opened it and saw
1 wished if would behaveas nignt, by special request from he pas
to see George
her sitting at tLe table, dead, as she And a Host of Happy Mirth-Provoking Testers Pantomi- tors.'Tompkins.
pluckily at their second interview
e was discovered in the morning lu
if she stillbreathed I as he had done at the first. Moreover mists and Knock-About Clowns I
stooping over her to see
Le could! not forget the good the an round hustler of
have fallen." I and novelties too nuThis is
the berry must: And other acts surely the best, greatest and
looks and clever conversation of the I the city market blue stall, stands readyto
: ; "What did you do after you found merous to mention grandest all feature show that will'I '
young man. It would be absurd to I supply the public with best choice
E,4i r, li that the woman was detdr'"I THE GRAND PICTURESQUE visit your city this season, SUN BROS'. \
t. 1 / rr returned to my bedroom and said say that Derringtoii's heart yearnedover I I meats and pork, sausage .in the county.
c araicMTTHE this unacknowledged twig of the : STREET PARADE takes place at 11 BIG SHOW OF THE WORLD.
nothing about it. You see, since I Customers will testify to the same;
n l t'i family tree, fur according to common o'clock on I
wantedsomethlng; from Mr-Jersey and 1I also has on hand daily the Cedar Key
AUTUMN SHOOTING SEASONWill report Le Lad no Leart But Le certainly Two Performances Afternoon and Special.Excursions at the
that desire might have come out in Evening. very Homosassa and Crystal River oysters,
felt unwonted emotion when
,,,, soon open .and it nil pay all the evidence, there was every chance Brendon. tall an and handsome, composed I Lowest Rates on All Lines of Travel I and fish of all kinds, at holiday prices
? y r sportsmen to look over our stock of that I would !be accused of Laving mur -
and for battle, into the Give him a calL
rifles, shotguns ammunition and sport- dered her There was certainly motive ready stepped

i it ing outfits. We carry the oest goodsat room. Derrington knew that the
enough We wish to correct a blunder in FrJ-
reasonable all man was ready for battle, for
prices. ana supplies young
"I don't agree with you, replied day's Issue of this '
column. In
purchased at our store can be depended he saw the! light of war in his eyes. writing

upon as being thoroughly reliable Bawdsey; 'buwen-r quite understand When the door was closed and the two Atlantic Coast LineTHROUGH the Rivers-Ruth marriage the name
that under the circumstances you lost
+. \ COPTR/GMT T. W. SMITH & CO. your nerve. You returned to your were alone Derrington took his stationon of Miss A. E. Murry was unintentionally

the hearth rug with an impassive emitted.'A. .
room and expressed suitable surprisethe
expression: : of countenance. He waited
CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
next morning"George for George to open the war of words W. Walker, the world champion _
nodded. "Quite so, and then
and after a polite greeting Le waited !ia shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen
Train's having locked this door made
RESTAURANT< silence. George: was not at all embar- -CONNECTIONSTO razors, hair clippers and scissors and
; me think that all was safe. Had he
rassed. He knew perfectly well that be
not told"- THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond, convinced of his superior skill Ra
he had a difficult task before him and
"Oh he has told very little," rejoined did not choose to shirk it. All Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry. zors honed and concaved in all styI s.

Bawdsey. "After all, nothing can be i Call at No. 113 N. Magnolia street,

.%. First Class Meals done if I hold my tongue. (Continued tomorroWhat's \\'.) TO TH E WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie next S. A. L.

"Nothing will be done in any case," Flyer route via Atlanta.TO .

said George grimly, but I thank you Friends, remember your old :nel14-
THE EAST Via Say & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphiaand
for warning me. Mr. Bawdsey. What the use in going out to get Howard Ward is very sick at Mrs. Be
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington,
are your plans r' something good to eat? You can have it lla Williams'. Call and see him.
Lord ner- Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
"I have none: at present
in your own home if you will only order Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel-
rington asked me to watch you. 'The unveiling of the Coleman mon

"That you certainly have done, and it from H. B. Masters. Steamship phia. ument will also take place at this session -

.Oysters ii All Styles.Dining if you choose you can go ou watching: KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co. with Dr. S. T. Tice, late of Greater
me. But why do you stop in this
New York, orator of
FOR SLOCUM DISASTER ----- the day. The
house?"
Route of the celebrated trains New "iork & Florida Special, Florida and committee Mill spare no pains in mak-
"Oh, I knew Mrs. Jersey some years
Room open until midnight. Personal ago and returned here for old times' Owners and Officers of Ill-Fated Vessel West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. ing this enjoyable for all who attend..

attention given to special orders, anything sake." Must Stand Trial Quickest schedules, superior service. For Information as to rates, schedules This promises to be the grandest session

the market offers prepared for the table on George shrugged his shoulders. He New York Jan. 7.-After every etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with T. C. White, D. P. in the history of the Jurisdiction. .
felt convinced that Bawdsey was not
short notice. means of escape known to the law had A., Tampa; W. J. Craig, G. P. A.,; H M. Emerson, T. M., WilmIngton N. C. The Jones-Adams Carnival, under
speaking openly. But then Brendon,
on his part, Lad held something back. 1 butt\ employed by their counsel, President -- I the auspices of the Ocala Rifles, Is in

Neither man was sufficiently sure of Frank A. Carraby, and the other the city and solicits the patronage of

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar the other to be perfectly, frank. rfficers of the Knickerbocker Steamboat A New Train the public in general The shows are

George rose to go. Company, were arraigned in the clean, the amusements are innocentand

"Well, how do we stand?" asked United: States court to plead to the
.
toyy charges are very reasonable.
Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. Bawdsey. against To Hot Springs Ark.
the indictment found them as Opposite the A. C. I*
"Much as we did before," replied
a result of the General ;locum disaster
Special Price to Regular Boarders George, "save that I know you will The Original Bee Hive Welt
last June, whereby: more than 1000 Via the on
hold your tongue: and not get me into
:" persons lost their lives. The companyof IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Broadway Is the place to secure bar*

THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt trouble."I shall certainly do that But remember which the accused are officers owned I I gains in Christmas toys, assorted chinaware -

Mrs. Ward" and operated the ill-fated steam Now leaves Memphis daily at 11:l' p. rn., operating through chair car and I toilet articles, wire jewelry,

"Lord Derrington. can stop her boat. When arraigned before Judge sleeping car to Little Rock and Hot Springs, Ark, latter being open for occupancy clocks, watches. General repairing a

MGrath's Stand mouth." Thol"ls today all pleaded not guilty to every evening at 9 o'clock. This train also connects at Little Rock specialty.

"\b, but will he?' asked Bawdsey the indictment. Their trial is expected for all points in Arkansas Louisiana Texas and Indian Territory, giving the '
'The G. chapter of the Eastern Star
dubiously."I to follow within a few weeks. Iron Mountain Route three trains dally to the Great Southwest, leaving :Memphis -
shall call on Lord Derrington and of Florida and jurisdiction will also
daily at 8:50 a. ra, 8 p. m., and 11:15 p. m.
see," answered Brendon, and, with a convene in annual session in connectionwith
All trains from the Southeast connect with the Iron Mountain Trains at
LOW EXCURSION RATESTO nod left the room. READ THIS the G._ Lu, of. which Mrs. S. S. _
Memphis. For rates, maps, etc., address,
Herndon is worthy matron Hon. C. W.

-- THE- CHAPTER XII HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS 'I. E. REHLANDER Patterson worthy patron and S. M.
Ripley Tenr., June 1, 1901.
RIG1XALLY Lord Derrlnton: Traveling Passenger Agent Gibbs, D. Dept patron.

O had started life with a sumciently Dr. E. Hall St. Louis, Mo.-Dear Jan. 13 and 17 Feb. 7 and 21, 34 West 9th St,

GREAT SOUTHWEST imperious will, and, Sir: Having tried various remedies Mar. 7 and 21, Apr 4 and 18. CHATTANOOGA TENN I 'Call at the Mack House for comfortable

i.. thanks to hU position as a without satisfactory results, I was per- I lodging and first class meals.

', ONJanuary titled and wealthy orphan, he had been suaded to give your! "Texas Wonder"a West Broadway. .
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\ enabled to exercise It at a very early ,
trial. I have used one bottle, and

i 17 19O5 age. The habit of seeing; every one ter- although my case is one of long stand- CHEAP: RATES TO 'All who can receive delegates please

riled at his mere glance grew upon call on Dr. R. A. M. Benton general
.. ing that baffled the skill of the best .
f" him and Le became unbearable not manager.
Colonist Tickets will be Sold from Atlanta Ga. Via the physician, at to I
One-Way yet it yielded once
only to live with, but"eu to meetHis California and the NorthwestTHE

wife, after presenting him with "The Texas Wonder; which I heartily I Now is the time to pay your Star

two sons had died gladly seeing no recommend to all suffering from kid- dues, while you have the cash. Delays -

J other way of escaping her tyrant. and ney and bladder troubles. NAS || LE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY are dangerous.

ROCK ISLAND SYSTEMTo I the report went that he Lad browbeaten Yours truly, -T "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE

: her out of existence. Ierringtonwould
W. H. Bruton, Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest SPARKS' OLD VIRGINIA
S Lave married again; for the sake
I Pastor Baptist Church, Ripley, Tenn.A Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable.
of his boys, but he could find no one SHOW COMING..
Portland, Seattle Vancouver and British Columbia
$55.10- points.
,
all Points in willing to endure his yoke. Consequently
Le became something of a woman TEXAS WONDEROne I $49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte, Anaconda, Missoula and intermediate Those who attended the Old Virginia

hater and entered the political; small bottle ol the Texas Won points on the Northern Pacific Railway. Shows this afternoon are loud in their
Indian Territory and OklahomaFOR
world. In this Le met with a (certain der, Il2H's Great Discovery, cures all $ .7o-San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Benson, Phoenix, Pres- praise of the excellent performance and

amount of position, which did him kidney and bladder troubles, removes cott, Tuscon, Denver, Colorado Springs, Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque. the clean and respectable manner in

good and might Lave trained him Intoa gravel cures lame backs, rheumatism The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates From which it was conducted, says the Even.

moderately decent member of society and all Irregularities of the kidneys All Florida Points ling Times of Fostorla, 0. Aug., 1L
-- $1 6.00 but that his reformation wa cut short< '
and bladder in both men and women, The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton :Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga, 1902.This
by his being: appointed ambassador to -
On same dates one-way tickets will also be sold from Atlanta to points a prominent European power. Here! regulates bladder trouble in children.If Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains dally with through sleepers to St Louis \ show will exhibit in Ocala January

_J in Eastern and Central Texas for $18.50. Free reclining chair cars Memphis to, his temper had full swin:;. and Le bul- not sold by your druggist, it will be and Chicago. 16. 1905, both afternoon and.even.

Denison Dallas Fort Worth Waco, and other Important points in Texas,,_ lied everybody for three years. At the- sent by mail on receipt; of $I. One Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m.. via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. ing. It's the show of the season.'

via the Rock Island ;>"stem, through South McAlester L T.. and the M. K. & I end of that time' Ls nearly caused a small:: bottle is two months' treatment Leave Jacksonville 8:05; p. m, via. the Atlantic Coast Line Ry.

T. Ry. Close connection is made at Memphis in same depot with through, I war and was recalled. There was i and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr. Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR SALE CHEAPA

trains to all points .Call or write for full particulars.GEO. some talk of his being appointed viceroy E. W. Hall sole manufacturer P. O. IS, inclusive, and from September 15 to October 3L brand new up-to-date Americanlze1 -

H. LEE Gen. Pass. Agt.. S. L. PARROTT D. P. A. for India, but those in power had box 6s, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial For maps, schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker. Florida Encyclopedia Britannica for salt,_
sufficient pity on the country not tsend o
Little Rock, Ark. No. 6. N. Pryor St., Atlanta Ga. r. Sold by all druggists. Passenger Agent, "Dixie Flyer" Route Jacksonville, Florida. cheap At this office __ >
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Just Arrived THE COLORADO CONTESTThe BIG CUT IN GETTING NEAR HOME I MUNROE & CHAMBLISS-



Republican Legislature Decides LADIES PELT SLIPPERSRegular A Wild West Robbery in Alabama. B7NKERS

Pickled.Lamb's TongueSwaftzes That On the Face of the Returns, Train on Atlantic Coast Line Held

the Democratic Candidate Up and Mail Bags Rifled

Silver Prunes and Brick Cheese Was Elected ,Price $1.50Ve Are Closing Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 7.-The mall LOANS DEPOSITS

After two days of dispute which car on the Atlantic Coast Line, which

Limber get Cheese more than once came to the verge of Them Out at 50 cents per Pair arrived at Montgomery at 6 o'clock

Fancy Cakes personal violence, the Colorado legis- this evening, was robbed about five CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION.EDWARDS _

Salt Mackerel Nos. Sand 2 lature decided. Saturday afternoon Call and before miles east of the city.A I
pair they
that Alva Adams, democrat, was, on get a are gone large amount of registered mall "
"
Strained and Comb Honey face of the returns, elected. Peabody, was secured and the bandit made his BROTHERS"THE

Figs, Cherries and Pineapple the republican candidate, and governor esecape, dropping off the train as It entered -

in NlarasefilaobIiaee fore for consenting the last term to resign may contest.his office Be- W, J J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY Eugene the outskirts Hester, of the Montgomery railway mall AT CITY MARKET

Meat and Cranberry Peabody nominated two republican clerk, was shot through the hand.A .

Sauce Judges to the state supreme court, and stop was made at Wiley, six miles Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchers .

their from Montgomery, and Hester believes
confirmation by the legislaturewas THE ONE PRICE HOUSE.
EGGS 20 CENTS a DOZ.
the robber entered the
at that
car
the principal condition of the admission -

-ATTEAPOT of Adams' election by the republican point. WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA HATS

majority. The entire state Shortly after leaving there Hesterwas

GROCERY vote Is to be canvassed, and perhapsthe THE BIG HOTEL OPEN A SLAVONIC CELEBRATIONOcala ordered to throw up his hands and CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON

supreme court will have to decide turning, he saw that he was coveredby
FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109'
the contest in which case Peabodymay The Tampa Bay Hotel will re-open Small Boys Would Have Been a pistol in the hands of a masked

yet be seated.WORKING tomorrow morning. white man. Hester grabbed at the
Delighted Had They Been in the .
PROMPT PAYHEBT nl pistol and the robber fired, the ball
Russian Lines South of Mukden
NIGHT AND DAY going through the palm of the mail
BILLS is toe BASIS I ol THE SHOW IS COMING Thursday Evening clerk's hand. A.E. BURNETT '

The busiest the mightiest little thing General Oku's Headquarters, Muk- Hester then gave In, and the robber, '
A Great and Honest Show is the title
CREDIT :. /. . that ever was made is Dr. King's New that Sun Brothers, owners of Sun den, via Fusan, Jan. 7.-The Russians keeping him covered, helped himselfto

Life Pills. These pills change weak- began their Christmas eve by a heavy the registered packages, and when I ,.
Bros' Newest Railroad Shows, Trained THE -
ness Into strength, listlessness Into energy and continuous rifle fire at 10 o'clock the train slowed up leaped from the JEWELER
Our Bills Are Due Animal Exposition, have justly
brain-fag into mental power. Thursday night, all to no effect. f
When Presented earned. The performances seen In its car.It
They're wonderful In building up the An hour later the heavy artillery cannot be told at this time the .
ring and on its elevated stages are ac-
health. Only 25c. per box. Sold by the I joined in the terrible fu&ilade which amount secured! but It is believed to
I 1'nowiedged as the of excel-
epitome Fine Diamonds Watches
Jewelry Rings
If Too Dliippfllat Ds, Do Hot Be Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. lence, while the deportment of the at- continued with unabated fury for sev- be large. ,

Surprised I U( Farther Credit Is eral hours, but despite the combinedrifle
laches i such to be far beyond re-
Refused - VICTOR AND VANQUISHED proach. Innovations and bold enter- fire and cannonading absolutelyno BRUTALLY TORTUREDA Cut Glass, Handsome China, Sterling

damage was done to'the Japanese

W.: J. Chambers Shoe Co. Generals Nogi and Stoessel met Sat- prise season have as stamped the most the remarkable present tenting in- earthworks or line. case came to light that for per- Silver and Hollow Ware.

Ocala Steam Laundry urday and exchanged the mutual good the history of this great amusement The firing was the heaviest known sistent and unmerciful torture has per- i

W.: P. EdwardsT. wishes due from brave men In their Institution. The Sun Brothers' Shows since the two armies came face to haps never been equaled. Joe Golo-

B. Snyder respective positions General Stoessel ill exhibit: at Ocala on January 20. face, extending along the entire Jap- bick of Colusa Calif., writes: "For 15 TOILET ARTICLES,

Edwards Bros will leave Russia in a few days. The T'\o anese line and making the earth trem- years I endured Insufferable pain from ,
rerformancea daily, rain or FOUNTAIN PENS
Japanese have declared the port of Dal- shinat 2 and 8 p. m. Watch for ble with its olume. rheumatism, and nothing relieved me, ,

I ny open to commerce, but the waters grand free street parade day of showat General Oku's forces gave no heedto though I tried everything known. I

around Port Arthur are as yet too dan- 11 the firing further than to retire behind came across Electric Bitters and It's GOODS
a. m. OPTICAL <
IdVER & MCKY gerous from mines to admit the pass- fortifications and making light of the greatest medicine on earth for that .

age of ships. the enemy's waste of ammunition in trouble. A few bottles of it completely

JACKSON DAY the trenches while preparing for an relieved and cured me." Just as good Watch 'Repairing a Specialty

FUNERAL DIRECTORS TONIC TO THE SYSTEM expected onslaught by the Russian for liver and kidney troubles and gen- .
Sunday was the 90th anniversary of
forces. eral debility. Only 50c. Satisfaction
the battle of New Orleans. On that OCALA FLORIDA
For liver troubles and constipationthere guaranteed by the Anti-Monopoly
occasion, twelve or fifteen thousand
UNDERTAKERSand Is nothing better than DeWtit's BOUGHT CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
well disciplined British troops, most
Little Early Risers, the famous little '. I
and Sent It to Friends
Remedy
of them veterans of Wellington, fresh
pills. They do not weaken the stom- THE SPANISH WAY
from victories In Spain, charged a line Mr. F. W. J. Fletcher a druggist in .
EMBALMERSFine ach. Their action upon the system is LUMBERROUGHoa
of rude breastworks held by less than Victoria, Australia, says: 'A'customerof
mild, pleasant and harmless. Bob The S. p, C. A. and Band of Mercyare R
half their number of Americans, most mine was so pleased with Chamber- I "
Moore of LaFayette Ind., says: "No becoming wry popular in Spain.In .
Caskets and Burial of whom were undisciplined countrymen lain's Cough Remedy, which she had i
use talking; DeWitt's Little Early Risers Seville a monster bull fight was
armed with squirrel rifles. The used for her children when suffering
Robes. All work done by do their work. All other pills I given to secure funds to carry on the DRESSED
British were driven back with great from colds and croup, that during a I
have used gripe and make me sick In :good WIt\;
Licensed Embalmers slaughter, loslag 260a 1 1 men, among fortnight's lime she obtained at my
the stomach and never cured roe. De- See or Phone \
whom were their commanding officer, shop nine bottles, which she sent to
FULLY GUARANTEED TVnt's Little Early Risers proved to be THE ORIGINAL
General Pakenham, and his second and her friends In different parts of the
the long-sought relief. They are sim- B. H. SEYMOUR
D. E. Mclver and V. E. Roberts are third In command. The Americans had state, telling them how much good It
ply perfect." Persons traveling find Foley and Co, Chicago originated
members of the State Embalmers' As sexen men killed and six wounded.The had done and advising them to give It
Little Early Risers the most desirable Honey and Tar as a throat and lung PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla
sociation. English haven't charged an Amer- a trial." For sale by all druggists.
remedy to carry with them. Sold by remedy, and on account of the great
ican line of battle since.
William Anderson. merit and popularity of Foley's Honey

DRENCHED WITH and Tar many Imitations are offeredfor W./ P. EDWARDS
Mealy & MoriartyOffice ANOTHER GOOD MAN FREEZING BRINE
BRAVE BENEATH THEIR PAINT the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey

GONE WRONGHe The east coast of England was swept and Tar and refuse any subs+itute offered At the City Market

No 12 Ft. King Ave. New York, Jan. 7.-More than twen- neglected to take Foley's Kidney with a tidal wave Saturday, and im- as no other preparation will give

ty members of the chorus of the Met- Cure at the first sign of kidney trouble, mense damage was done. the same satisfaction. It is mildly laxative Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetables
Postoffice( Box 682 .
ropolitan Grand Opera Company were hoping it would wear away, and he was -- It contains no opiates and is saf-

seriously injured tonight by the col- soon a victim of Bright's disease. Thereis SPEEDY RELIEFA est for children and delicate persons. in Season

lapse of the bridge In the street scene danger in delay, but if Foley's Kid- salve that heals without a scar is Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.

CONTRACTORSAND BUILDERS in the opening act of "Carmen." ney Cure is taken at once the symp- DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. No rem- City and Country Trade Solicited

None of the principals was on the toms will disappear, the kidneys are edy affects such speedy relief. It J, & S. W. EXTENSIONThe

Cabinet Work a Specialty stage at the time of the accident, and strengthened and you are soon sound draws out inflammation, soothes, cools Free Delivery Phone J2J..WHO'LL .

the uninjured members of the chorus and well. A. R. Bass of Morgantown, and heals all cuts, burns and bruises work of grading the Jacksonville -

Careful Attention Givento heroically massed at the front of the Ind., had to get up ten or twelve timesin I A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases. and Southwestern Railroad from .. ,- .--="., .""""'" .... -- ""' -, -

non-resident properties stage and sang on in an attempt to a night, and had a severe backacheand DeWitt's is the only genuine Witch Newbeiry to Deadman's Bay has begun -

prevent the public from learning what pains in the kidneys and was cur- Hazel Salve. Beware of counterfeits; BE THEM

had happened.The ed by Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold b y they are dangerous. Sold by William ""'

curtain was rung down as soon the Postoffice Drugstore. Anderson. NIGHT WAS HER TERROR"I

UNDERTAKERSENBALNERS as possible, and Heinrich Courted the would cough nearly all night long,"
KING and
Impressario, prevented a panic by urg- writes Mrs. Charles Applegate, of Alexandria QUEEN
AND
: : ing the great audience to remain seated Ind, "and could hardly get

and not be frightened. any sleep. I had consumption so bad
PLANTATION FOR RENT FOR 1905The
that if I walked a block I would cough .-. OF THE /.
FOUR HUNDRED BABIES frightfully and spit blood, but, when
.1
St. Vincent's Infant Asylum, Chicago all other medicines failed, three $1 bot-

We have two Registered Un- shelters homeless waifs awaiting property belong" g the estate of Abram Martin, situated tles of Dr. King's New Discovery whol- RIFLES CARNIVAL i I FESTIVAL
In the eastern portion of Sugar Hirnmack, comprising a plantation of
dertakers and EmbalmersAll adoption and there are nearly 400 ba- ly cured me and I gained 58 pounds

bies there. Sister Julia writes: "I can- about 500 acres under fence, (a r. w wire fence), about 350 acre: of It's absolutely guaranteed to cure
work entrusted
to our
not say too much In praise of Foley's which are in fine stat of cultivation, is for rent next year. Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Bronchitisand OCALA Jan. 9-14
will and ,
care receive prompt all throat and lung troubles. Price
Honey and Tar for coughs, colds, croup These lanes: are regarded as of the very best quality, and are well
skilled attention. All embalming and whooping cough." Contains no 50c. and {1. Trial bottles free at the
adopted for the cultivation of all the crops produced in thi7 section.
folly guaranteed. A opiates and is safe and sure. Ask for Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Open to every Lady and Gentleman, married or single, in

splendid stock of Caskets and Foley's Honey and Tar and Insist upon Apply toDAVID Ocala. Votes are now on sale, and can be secured at G.

Burial Robes carried at all having it, as it is a safe remedy and NEW SATELLITE DISCOVERED A. Nash's Dry Goods Store, Weihe's Jewelry Store,

times.OCAIAFURNITURECO. certain In results. Refuse substitutes.Sold S. WOODROW Agent, Ocala, Fla. Blake & Martin's Ocala News Company, Postoffice Drug

' by the Postoffice Drugstore. Professor Perrine of the Lick observatory Store, T. B. Snyder's Haberdashery and Gent's FurniSh-

at San Jose Cal., has discovered and Anti- Store. a
ing Goods Store, the Ioncpoly Drug
THEY'LL SCRAP YET the sixth satellite of Jupiter

by observations with the Pressley re- i REMEMBER BOTH MARRIED AND SINGLE
Phone No. 94. Night phone No. 10. The Germans are mad over the con-

:alleging duct of that the English they have in ample South evidence Africa, The Yonge & Cline Co flector. \ ARE ELIGIBLENow I

For I, that the British are supplying the insurgent DO NOT SUPPRESS A COUGH is the time to put your best girl in the lead. The

WATCHESAnd Hottentots with arms and am- / When you have a cough, do not try lady receiving the largest number of votes will be presented 1-

YEll1e munition, and allowing them refuge in 43 Osceola St. Ocala Fla to suppress It, but remove the cause. with a beautiful 14-karat Gold Watch; the gentleman

British territory when defeated. TheGerman : The cough Is only] a symptom of some avingthe most votes will l also receive a handsome present. '

REPAIRSGO forces in South Africa defeated disease. The disease is what you

TO- the insurgents In a hard fought Will in a Few Days be Located :'in should cure, and then the cough will ONE CENT

battle on New Year's day stop of itself. The most common cause VOTES ONLY

F. G. B. WEIHE Their New Building on Osceola St. of coughing Is a cold. Anodynes will .

NO MORE STOMACH TROUBLESAll promptly suppress the cough, and pre- J __ -,.
The
Jeweler.
stomach trouble Is removed by Are General and State Agent For a Number parations containing chloroform I .
opium etc., are used for that purpose,.
the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It : IF YOU WANT TO BUY
of Lines of tut they do not cure the cold. Cham- _
gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting -
W. C. BULL berlain's Cough Remedy on the other
what you eat without the stomach's ESTATENow
hand does not suppress the cough but REAL
aid. The food builds up the body
Contractor and relieves it by removing from the throat
the rest restores the stomach to health. "ONLY THE BEST" MACHINERY
Builder You don't have to diet yourself when and lungs the mucous which obstructed is the time to call on DITTO, randy: ] look {lover

the breathing and allaying the Irri-
taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. J. D. the following property.
Quick and Careful Estimates Made tation and tickling in the throat. It "
ON THE MARKET
Erskine of Allenville. Mich., says: "I -r
Box 64 Ocala. Fla. suffered from heartburn and stomach also opens the secretions and effectually 40 acre farm two and one-half miles south of town $400

trouble for some time. My sisterInlaw and permanently cures the coldas 20 acre farm two and one-half miles south of town _,":' $425.
well the cough. For sale by all miles north of -,", $300
L.ALEXANDERPractical has had the same trouble and was GASOLINE ENGINES, SAW, PLANING, CRATEand as 20 acre farm two town z
druggists. Hammock land mile south of town *;t $375
not able to eat for six weeks. She liv- BARREL MILL MACHINERY ACETYLENEGAS 20 acres one % -
ed entirely on warm water. After tak- Good home, 8 rooms, one-fourth acre lot,rents for$I2. O'-* <, -"'fgoo
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bottles of Kodol DyspepsiaCure and ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANTS GREAT NAVAL REVIEW Five-room house and 3 acres, one mile west of town a.v $400 i
ing two < -
CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful she was entirely cured. She now Admiral Dewey and Secretary of the Splendid home and lot, one-half-acre -, :$1500 1

estimates made on all contract eats heartily and is in good health. I Our Repair Shop in Connection Will Be Well Equipped Navy Morton are reviewing the vesselsof for sale b :..:.' :
Other and better .
properties y
For all Light Work. Hope will allow us to supply the North Atlantic squadron In
work. Gives more and better work for am glad to say Kodol gave me Instant you

the money than any other In town. re1ef.Sold by William Anderson. your wants. Hampton's Roads. Room J2 Merchants Block F. MITTO" -










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WEATHER FORECAST THE RIFLES' CARNIVALThe
H. ROBINSON, President 8. H. BLITCH, ManagerA. I y

H. MARSH, Aut. Manager Washington Jan. 9.-Partly cloudy Jones-Adams Carnival Com- '
NOVELTIES IN LADIES' WAISTS FOR
The Faculties of.THE.- tonight, warmer in north and central pany, which will exhibit here all the SPRING 05

portions; Tuesday, rain. week under the auspices of the Ocala

COMMERCIAL BANK Rifles, arrived last night and were busy =

all day getting their property hauledto
NEW PHOSPHAE.PLANT ,
Are at Your Disposal. the Allan Rodgers lot and put up. 0 RHEINAUL..A'S:

WITH AMPLE CAPITAL, MODERN BANKING METHODS AND Mr'Tom: The show required eight cars to move I o
Sexton has severed his con- Ol .
CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT n tt, and came in on the A. C. L Messrs.J. .
:;ion with Edward Killer & Co. and
R. Martin & Co. had the contractto
We are Prepared to Give You Service Second to None wL'l at once begin the erection o.a fine
do their hauling. The company FINAL CLEARING SALE
modem phosphate plant on land recently -
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US II purchased consists of 95 people, all told and they
by him near Hernan- = ,
do in Cit'us county.J Mr. Sexton's deposit have a prosperous and well-to-do look.
--1 Both Mr. Jones and Mr. Adams have ; ENTIRE STOCK OF
i cf rock/is Yfcryextensive and of I e
autos, and one of them, a steamer is
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OCALA OCCURRENCES ; a high grade.* 11e .Is one of the recog-

t nized phosphate experts and successfuland a marvel, it absolutely makes no noiseat = FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS wy

ID practical miners In the Southhasma alL The people are scattered between .
Wray, the tuner, Is at Welhe's.
j the Montezuma, Club House,
I Je-money foT other people, which is
Central and Oklawaha Inn. The show F
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night. the best evidence that he can do so forh1mselt Ladies' and Children's Wraps Ready-to-wear
will only be partially ready for exhi- ,
Mr. Sexton will continue to

J Nuts, fruits and candles at Taylor's. reside In Ocala. bition tonight. t: Skirts, Men', Youths and Childrens Clothing. riW


HOW'S THIS Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6 Mrs. I : Blankets and Comforts. ., '
Hot soda at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
H. L. Anderson most delightfully entertained :
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K( store.Pictures at cost. Postofflce Drug- ward We for offer any One case Hundred of Catarrh Dollars that can-Re- Mrs. L.a A.number Hendon of of ladies Atlanta in honorof Ga., !5 Some Greatly Below Manufacturers Prices gc

who is visiting relatives and friends in
store.S. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F.
the for few Mrs. Hendonwas F
city a days.
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.We.the .

M. Davis of Juliette in town one of us for many years and her
was undersigned, have known F. '
friends glad to have her LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR FOR SPRING 05
numerous are
today. .
en m J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all here again, if only for a short time.

Mrs. Anderson always entertains in
Rowe's Little Bonanza tor chickens; business transactions and financiallyable "'"

'"d all sizes. to carry out any obligations made the most ideal manner, and her guests .

by his firm. certainly enjoyed: every minute of the

.H<< Gold pens and fountain pens at A. E. Walding Kinnan & Marvin time spent with her and the honoreeon AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Saturday. Most delicious refresh-
Wholesale O. '
Burnett's. Druggists, Toledo j
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- mens were served in the dining room :
the hostess assisted (Continued from second page.) RiFLES'CARNIVAL
by charming by
nally, acting directly the blood
Late copyright novels. Ocala News upon .
r.u and her daughter. Lillian, and :Miss Bessie
mucous surfaces of the system.
0 Company. eign missions; that all his people
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per MacKay. Among the ladies presentwere
needed was to be told their duty and
Mesdames L. A. Hendon, D. W.
bottle. Sold all
Oysters! Oysters! Oysters! AU styles, by druggists. did it. _
they always
Take Davis, J. K. Austin, E. L. Carney, G.
Hall's
at Dame's.Woodmen. Family Pills for constipation .
K. Robinson, W. V. Newsom H. B. Mrs A. L. Izlar was organist and j' -

installation tomorrow Clarkson, W. A. Hocker C. R. Tydings, pleyed splendidly.At THE

G. W. Wells, Albert Blrdsey, Rufus night Dr. Willingham spoke from
evening.A Miss Caro Liddon has returned to .
the words of Gideon: "As for me and
her school duties at Gainesville, under Waterman, John Reddick, J. B. Hiers

full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- the tutelage of Mrs. Ankle Green Par- John Hansborough, T. B. Snyder G. my household, we will serve the Lord."

(tt'( dings and Co. ker, one of the finest educators in the T. Maughs R. L. Anderson, Mrs. Kellogg His subject was "Jesus in the Home," JONES-ADAMS CARNIVAL COMPANY

state. and Miss Annie Sharpe. This and the earnestness and impressiveness -

which he the
afternoon will be with pressed ques- ,
pleasant sweetly remembered -
China, 20 per cent. off at the Postof-
IIQy fice Drugstore. How about those fancy crackers for by all the happy guests. tion, "Do you talk with your children Held
Under
about Christ, and pray with them?" the Auspices of the
your tea? We have them in almost
0 moved many minds to serious reflec- .
Handsome parlor lamps at McIver endless variety, and would be glad for YOUhaVCOf
I .
and MacKay's. you to try them. H. B. Master i tion.Dr.
course had Willingham spoke to full houses _
Ocala. Rifles
t I who heard him gladly. He left
At Taylor's-Popcorn, korn nuts and The sewing circle of the King's :
last night for Jacksonville, where he
salted peanuts. Daughters will hold a meeting Tuesday ) CHOCOLATE CRAM SODA
I will attend the State Baptist Convention -
afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Wil- II
\ ICE CREAM SODA I '
DEUCIOCS 1 held there this week.
cd4 Walter Barnett of Rack Springs was I liam Chambers. All members specially ) HOT CHOCOLATE Has Arrived and will Show\ all week on

In town today urged to attend.Remember. .
At one ot their many stores and con ST. PHILLIP'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
sidered the best ;you ever drank I the Allan Rodgers Lot Opposite the
Dr. Griffiths of Dunnellon was in the Hiviland china reduced

w city yesterday.Pure 20 per cent. at the Postoffice Drug- All Chocolate Drinks servedat ToffaletiPacettiMr.
Z J v store. Joseph Toffaleti of Tampa and A. C. L. Passenger Depot. .

our fountain are made with Miss Carolina Pacetti of this city will t
fresh milk and cream at the .
tfefey Chocolate and after be united in the holy bonds of matrimony -
Fort King Dairy Miss Sallie Camp left today for
w8en at St. Phillip's Catholic churchat
I Gainesville Ga., to enter Brenau Col- their formula.T. .
10 o'clock Tuesday morning, Rev. D.
> your Phone stove No.wood.32, Ocala. Wood Yard, for I lege Conservatory of Music. W. TROXLER Bottolaccio solemnizing the nuptialmass. Many Free Attractions, Fine Band anda

Mrs. T. II. Wallis the skillful
and
Fruits, Confections, Cigars Tobacco
We carry the finest and most com- I
organist will preside at the organ, accompanied Good Show.
Leather goods in great variety at the plete line of soaps, perfumes and toi- ,
by the famous cornetist, Mr.
Postofflce Drugstore. let articles In the city. Tydings and
Holly, of Indiana and Miss Antoinette

> Co. Dr. G. Goldstein the famous Louisville Bottolaccio will sing solos adapted to
I Many of our local items will be foundon
Ky., oculist, arrived yesterday, I the occasion. All of the Catholics of a
the sixth page today. C. H. Dame went to Floral Ciy this i Announcement! !
and can be found at the Ocala House, the city are cordially invited.A Millinery
afternoon
to organize a lodge of the
where he will remain for several
The Fort King Dairy sells nothing Woodmen of the World.,
weeks. Dr. G. had the misfortune to CITRUS COUNTY WEDDING
but milk and
pure cream.
be bitten by a spider while In Gainesville -
J The beet! hot chocolate and whippedcream I will sell out my entire stock of fine millinery during the next thirty
and carries his hand in
now a
Postmaster Spires of Hernando and
> Plenty of frying size chickens at at Taylor's."Sunny .
days, for business the most elegant line of
sling.B. I i or open
of the
Rowe's Little Bonanza. Miss Carrington same place
j II
Jim" Robinson of the Hub were married yesterday morning at

Prettiest line of go-carts ever shownat Shoe Co. of Savannah, has established J. Potter, after spending Sunday Dunnellon, came to Ocala on the morn- Paris Importations For Easter f

IOrw the Ocala Furniture Co. Ocala headquarters in the new officein with his family, returned to his phos- ing train, and are at the Montezuma fora .
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the rear of Mr. Whetstone's Fort phate mines in Alachua county.Mr. few days. The bride is quite pretty ever seen in the South. Style perfect; prices the lowest and shall continue ; .

Haviland china reduced 20 per cent. King Grocery, where he will now display I and s-ty'ish. to offer my business for sale thereafter. But I must sell hats for Easter if.I'am .

at the Postofflce Drugstore. I his famous samples. J. McNealy of the successful i .
I still in the business. I want to se H out but will sell ,hats Instead If I '
contracting firm of McNealy and Mo- !. QUATRAIN OF LOVE

I can't help it, and will sell them ,
Ji-st arrived, a beautiful display of riarty, will move his family to Ocala .

Florentine pottery at Weihe's. from Marianna. Mr. McNealy will buya Her smile is like a summer dawn,

DavidS.oodro residence as soon as he can find one Her voice the thrill of birds; So Cheap For My Usual Elegant GoodsIt

Fire sets fire screens. Irons, etc.. w to suit him. The beauty of a vision gone

a at the Marion Hardware Co. Doth tremble in her words. Will Gjve the Country a Treat and the Ladies a

I Mrs. Lege of Weirsdale came up this -Leon Hanlon, in New York Journal. Rare
Opportunityto
J Mrs. Palmer of Fort King avenue, afternoon, as did Captain Russell of

came up today from Clearwater.An Weir Park and Robert Fosnot of East- If you are in need of something to buy a magnificent hat without an e qual in the land at prices that will

ROOM 12 P. 0- BLOCK lake. eat, we have it, and would be glad for
prove I want to sell out my business. I will consider an offer to buy (and sell
0 elegant line of lace and portiere you to try us on this question. H. B.
OCALA FLORIDA reasonable) for the next thirty days. Respectfully yours.
JF4 curtains at Mclver and MacKay'a. Mr. Burford's sister, from Troy, Ala., Masters. -"& .

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stopped over to see him on her way ,,_ r _

( ( Mr. and Mrs J. E. Bargainnier of from Cuba. 'Mr. H. A Fausett; i the Exposition ,: MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS ::

[: I Dunnellon were in town yesterday. REAL ESTATE J street merchant, is doing a landoffice
QUI Zewadski
Messrs. Osco and Guy business in the_ shipment of seed pea-

Oyster fries, oyster stews, oystersraw LOANS Bruce Meffert, Julien and Miss Fannie nuts. During the past several weekshe

Robinson left for college I at 500 bushels to Live The members of the Homosassa Club HEADQUARTERS FOR TriE .
and on the half shell at Dame's. yesterday has forwarded
INVESTMENTS Lake City and Gainesville. \. Oak parties. will leave Atlanta Ga., in a special SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.

Southern Railway car for Florida for
Taylor has a full line of Lowney'sbulk

candles. They are second to none. Lands Wood, green or dry, pine, oak or mix -- THE their annual outing. The club has a At Helvenston-Butch.Pasteur Com.
Z Phosphate a SpecialtyI beautiful club house at Homosassa and
ed. 50e. and $1 per load. ;Ocala Wood HOWARDORANGES pany,
the members are all expecting a great I
Sterling silver goods In table ware have the following properties in Yard. Where Mrs. I* W Jackson will be to
time. Three weeks will be spent in
and novelties A. E. Burnett the jew- Ocala and vicinity for sale: present the admirable qualities of the
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerig entertained : and there are fishing and hunting. Those who will
0 eler. 1. House and lot on Oklawaha avenue indispensable household necessity. Sup-
.
Married People's Card none better, make the trip are: F. M. Potts, presi-
the
between the residences of Dr. Young plies of all kinds for sale.
Fort King Dairy is Just one mile vacated Club Friday nigh most delightfully,, are for sale at retail dent; L S. Mitchell, vice president;
and Mrs. Howse : ,
TIdings ; lately -
PLz and the box
by
and
from the court house on Fort King av- assisted by Miss Florrie Crook, Mrs. by George S. Lowndes, secretary
Hazel with her
by Dr. W. Newsom. i Miss Hiller guest
enue. jI Gerig's sister. Mrs. Lee Miller and The 0. K. Grocery, treasurer; J. L. Harrison, George Muse I Or-
:Miss Madela Long of Portland.
2. Two-story house on South Orange Mr. W. M. Martin, H. P. Durand Henry McCord, W. S.
the
Mr. F. L. Watson won prizes.
left for New York to enter -
today
street, belonging to Mrs. Annie Martinand C. H. Dame, Duncan, directors; Dr. A. W. Calhoun, egon <>
Miss Mamie Galloway has gone to and Mrs. Maxwell were the consola- school They spent they holidaysin
next door to residence of Dv S. excellent Ferguson & Usher Dr. J. S. Todd, A. L. Kontz H. C. Bag-
Tavares to spend some time with \ tionists. After the games an Ocala with Miss Hiller's parents.
friends. Woodrow. supper was served.The andC. ley E. C. Peters, D. G. Wiley F. P.

3. All of block 22.: Caldwell's addl* u E. Taylor. Rice John Berkle, T. M. Armistead,
WOOD! WOODI! WOOD! WOOD!
I tion to Ocala (one acre) beir.g the Yard woodIn Keil Potts, David Woodward, Clark
Ocala Wood supplies ,
Why pay more than 60 cents per
load.
property immediately north of Mr. J. .Phone 32. W. F. Hamilton, the well borer, is Howell, Jr., C. E. Currier D. B. De- Order it now. .tXJc. and $1 per -
pound for the best candles? See Tayor's any length. I 32Easy
Wood Yard. Phone
R. Moorhead's home. home on a visit to his family. He is saussure, Judge Howard Van Epps J. Ocala

line. I Ii I now sinking a well at Collins, Ga., C. A. Brannan and Dr. Hearn of Philadelphia -
i !. The Alfred Davis house and lot Mrs. Agnes Williams has returned
r11 about 60 miles from Savannah, on theS. Will Holmes and Alex. Bright, the best preparation In
( ( Capt. O. W. Reagan has returned on South First street next door to J. from a business visit to Oakvale, in
A. L. Ry., for the Pine Produce Co., Smith will go along to do the cooking. the world for cleaning furniture metalor
A. Pittman and Son's furniture store. ,
a ; from a visit to his former home at We- the northwestern portion of the county
kind the furniture
of that place. It is a 12inch well and -Atlanta Journal, 7th. carpets. The men
nona. Miss. 5. The Lewis Plater workshop on where she went to rent her farm for
Mr Hamilton thinks he will have togo use. Get it at McIver & MaKay's.Exquisite
South Second street I 1905 and in which she succeeded.Mr. .
lf down about 7uO feet to reach flowing Shotguns and revolvers of all kinds in the finer grade of
Seeds of all kinds fresh and reliable 6. The Campbell lantation, :2H! china

III I for fall and winter planting, at Ty- rotjf.s southeast of town t, consisting of Joe Stepp of Oxford came up water. at the Marlon Hardware Co. imported ware. The prices are very ,

dings and Co. .iI acres of cleared and fenced land,, today on his way to Rock Springs, EGGS, 20 CENTS A DOZEN, low. A. E. Burnett -.
and where he will be joined by Messrs. Miss Pollie Dekle. who attended the
and 165 acres of mixed oak, hickory
Miss :Mary Drake of Auburn, Ala.
The celebrated Ostermoor mattressesfor pine land: of first quality; 6-room Gardner, Gamble and Lynn of his town, At the Teapot Grocery Armstrong-Camp wedding, has returned .
who was the guest of Mrs. R. G. Blake -
I sale at factory prices, at the Ocala house; outhouses, cisterns, etc. This who crossed overland in teams, for aweek's < to her home at Marianna. '
Withlacoochee Usher Norwood now has charge of I has gone to Tampa on a visit.
j Furniture Co. property is right on the A. C. L. R. R,, hunt on the I F
the batteries in the telephone office and I
and has a fine deposit of lime on it. The Barkout Carnival Company has

We have a beautiful stock of dia- W. H. McRainey of Wildwood. A. I. can replace them like an expert. MoKEAN LUMBER Co gone to Lakeland, after a successful
7: The Rogers place on the south-
H mond rings brooches and scarf pins. Webb of Abbeyvill, Ga., G. W. Eas- week In Ocala. They gave a very sat-
west edge of town, consisting of two-
has been placedon
Ocala Music Co., Jewelers.Rev. terling of Martin G. B. Tankersley The seal of approval isfactory show. They left over the A.
story house and SO acres of land. modern WOOD
self-filling
. j Coleman and D. L Beton of Sumter the automatic C. L.
8. The Wade Hoard To be had
property con-
Price of Leesburg organized a. county ate their noonday meal at the fountain pen-Waterman
Baptist church at Weirsdale yesterdayand : sisting: of small house and lot. due Montezuma today. at the Ani-Monopoly Drugsore. WOOD Toilet cases and comb and brush

three south of D. E. Mclver's residence. sets at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore;
i baptized persons.
9. :24! acres of land on S. 10th St.. Mrs. J. C. Porter left today for Jacksonville Judge A. E. Pooser of DeSoto county WOOD also military brush seta

Since writing our notice of Baptist adjoining property of J. M. Meffert; to attend the State !J.lptis1Con'entlon. becomes his own successor by the
Mr. Leman will not take the Doreey
suitable for subdividing into lots; recommendation of the county demo- WOOD
delegates to the state convention Mr. <'-
committee because of residence on Oklawaha avenue but has
known the Gamble place. cratic executive
as
Isaac Stevens" was prevented from going of Geo. S. Durrance, SOc and $J.OO per load rented Dr. Toph's residence on South ::
Judge
but Mrs. J. H. Livingston and Miss 10. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona St. Ammunition of all kinds for all firearms the death
No. 126. Third street, and Is moving Into it.
In November. Telephone
of R. Blake. the Marion Hardware Co. who was elected
Mattie Williams Joined the. delegation. next door to residence G. at ., -

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