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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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PAGE FOUR OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY JANUARY 10, 1905

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"1 thInk you understand sir. The THE COLORED 'PfOPLFSDEPARTMENT

HARDWARE The Yellow story"Friend told!by Judas my friend rather.Train"" SUN BROTHERSWorld's .

"No. lIe is only a weak man who is
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as wax in the hands of a clever and
HollyBy Rev. J. E. A. Kecler EdHr.
,
pretty woman But Mrs Ward got '
Railroad Menagerie
Shows Museum
Progressive
t
sufficient out of him to place me in a

We carry a fall and complete line of Author of FERGUS"The Mystery HUME of s somewhat perilous. position." and Trained Animal 1 Exhibition. The Grand Lodge of :Masons openedits
"Were you in the room where the
Hansom Cab. Eta sessions today at high noon. A
woman was murdered? Speak plain Annual Tour
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDSStoves. CbpyrioM ua. W Q. l". DSLtntihan ly." very large delegation will attend aa

Company "I came here purposely to speak Enlarged and reconstructed for the i Largest Richest and Best Show on several hundred are now in the city.

Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of plainly," rejoined Brendon dryly, "for present season I Earth We extend to them a cordial welcometo

(Continued from vesterfasure /.) your safety as well as for my own." the Brick City, and hope their stay

WIRE FENCING "Safety, sir?' Derrington grew crimson WILL EXHIBIT AT will be a pleasant.one and the good

"Isam you are not surprised to "What do you mean?" they may accomplish will leave a. last
Lord said Bren- "I mean that I can speak freely to
see Dtrrington
me. Ocala FloridaFRIDAY ing impression on our minds They
: PHOSPHATE don, with his eyes fixed on the oldman's you, as I know perfectly well that for
hail from all of
parts the state and
the honor of will
grim face. our family you not ,
TURPENTINE "Xot half so surprised as you were take these matters into court I teas many of._ them are well known _and

at seeing Bawd>ey." said Derrington in the room of Mrs. Jersey. I saw her JANUARY, 20Some command prominent positions. We

and MILLSash not to be outdone in coolness. dead!" again extend to them a hearty welcome.

George smiled. "I was not at all surprised "And you know who killed her?"
of the great features to be seen with Sun Bros'. Progressive Shows
Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds. at seeing the man" he said calm "No. I can't say that for certain"George Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
ly. "It was my happy lot to rescue him looked keenly at his grandfather.

: from an accident:, and It was my intention The old man appeared uneasy ? ..vIr To all the :Masons in good and regular <

.- 4SIi\I This is the Tool] to call on him." Suddenly Brendon spoke. "I should r standing of this and other juris-

"For what reason?" asked Derrington dictions, working in harmony with the

-FOR- who could not help betraying as. M. W U. G. I* of Florida and Its ju

e> tonishment in spite of bis self control. risdiction. Know ye that by this meth-

: Fall and Spring Crops "You must t1on."excuse: my not answeringthat od we give notice to one and all that'the
qu
;'l 33rd annual session of the G. I* aforesaid -
"Oh,certainly, replied Lord Derring-
will convene in this city on the
with ironical "but
ton politeness, you
I 10th inst., 1905, and the local committee *
are not so diplomatic as thought.
We will be pleased "Because I decline a reply?" for this occasion will give a grand_

S "Because you allow me to see that banquet on Friday night the 13th ata

.cz4ttI: to see you at all you are on good terms with the man I 1 :: : ie1 __ Td--- place hereafter named, for the reception

times. employ. A clever diplomatist would fnS -1'a of the delegates. All persons of
hare allowed me to think that Bawd- ( ,
good behavior are cordially invited to
hostile and hare used the / '
was so
bey
1 attend at normal fee, which will be
a
MKRION: HARDWARE CO. man against me." w.T-: t, M
charged at the door. The installation
"There Is no need for me to stoop to t
SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacDUFF. such crooked ways" said Brendon, of"G. L. for 1905 will also take place.
i
with some scorn, "and I always find :

the truth tells iu the long run." THE FAMOUS HARDELL AND HART TRIOTriple W. L Lewis, the excellent editor of

Derrington sat down and leaned his the colored department of the Jacksonville -

elbows on the table. His temper was Horizontal Bar Experts, Introducing Difficult Double. Somersaults and Metropolis, is in the city attend-

W1' H1GC rising, as he was not accustomed to be Fly Overs y ing the Grand Lodge of Masons: He
T
treated In this offhand:: way. "Come,
is welcome to our sanctum at any time.
aIr let us understand one another. State

the situation so as to clear the ground I MADAM' JESSIE LEON And Her Beautiful High *

-De ale rs In- for a proper argument. ( School Horse 'Virginia." Notice

"Certainly." said George, with frigid On Monday night the 9th. at Mitch_

politeness. ""You know who I am, I i "Do you mean to My that I am behaving Wonderful Hill Family Society AcrobatsIntroducing ell's hall, all ladies entitled to the
understand.
HARDWARE. dinhonorally adopted degrees of Masonry and all
GENERAL "No, I don't. So far as I know you like[ to know what you were doing in All the Latest Daring Sensational Tricks
Master Masons in good and regular
,
are George Brendon. I met you at Mrs.Ward's Mrs. Jersey's house on the night she
and""And standing, can get them for $1.50, regular
'
was murdered? COMMODORE The. Most Wonderful Mule in the World
were good enough to hold a price, $8. These degrees will be
Derrington dashed down his pen fu
A HAPPY SURPRISEIs conversation with finished Performing the Remarkable Feat of Walking a Tight Rope in Midair $1000
long me, riously and rose. "You go too far, sir! ; communicated on said night, and to

in store for every woman who is George smartly. "I see sir, it is necessary You go too far!" he roared. for his Equal miss them will be a very unfortunate

looking for a thoroughly up-to-date, for me to be explicit." "Not any further than you intendedto happening to the idler. J. H. Bonner
efficient and absolutely satisfactory "It's-the best rejoined Der-
course,
go. If you threaten me I have a DAN LEON The Famous Rider W. M.; Robt A. M. Benton, Sec.; S. M.
kitchen range. We nave It right herein rington, looking at him with hard eves ,
right to"protect myself.
store, for a' / Gibbs, D. Dept. Patron.
our
ready your Inspec- and his self
secretly admiring con- "
"In what way? Principal Jockey and Four Horse Equestrienne
tion. It is the latest range m the mar-
trol."Then "By telling you that if I am in a
ket, and combines newest and fin-
est improvements In !saving or fuel and o '; I have to state that my name perilous position you are also." HERR VAT7\ In His Den of Performing Ferocious Among those attending the Grand
ts is George Vane, and that I am the son &LU1/I lodge may be mentioned Rev. J. H.
readiness in cookinc. "Do you mean to say that I murdered Lions and Wild Animals
Also a carload of heaters and stoves r : of Percy Vane and Rosina Lockwood""Indeed the woman?" Dickerson, G. M.; Rev. D. W. Gillislee
.i.ib
or all kinds, from 11.50 up. ;I What proof have you of "By no means," said Brendon quIck. P. E.; Rev. R. T. Gordon, P. E.; O. W.Iorrison .
this?" And Host of Happy Mirth-Provoking Jesters Pantomi-
a
ly. "I should not think of doing such W. M. Taylor, Rev. T. T.
"The evidence of my nurse, Jane But 1 do were in mists and Knock-About ClownsAnd
thing.
a say you Gaines, Clabe Morrison, Rev. Joe. Sexton
Fraser, who attended to me when my "
I father eldest alive. The i that house after 11. other acts and novelties too nuThis surely is the best, greatest and Jack Junius, Johnny White. Rev.
your son, was "I was not," panted the old noble-
+ s testimony of my former guardian Mr. man savagely, and he glared at his merous to mention. grandest all feature show that will Geo. Lane Russ, Rev. Thos. H. B.

f J td Ireland, who took charge of me after grandson with !bloodshot eyes. THE GRAND PICTURESQUE visit your city this season, SUN BROS'. Walker. eW will from time to time

I Id c .r Ie wMt the death of my mother's father. FI- "You were" insisted Brendon. STREET PARADE takes place at 11 BIG SHOW OF THE WORLD. mention the important visitorsas we

nally, my certificate of birth, which I "There is no need to tell you how I o'clock on learn the names.

THE AUTUMN SHOOTING SEASONWill will show you whenever confounded you choose.this" got out of my bedroom unbeknown to Two Performances, Afternoon and Evening. Special Excursions at the very Tompkins, the all round hustler of
Derrlngton was by
Train but I did. I came downstairsto
calm answer. He would have blustered Lowest Rates on All Lines of Travel the city market blue stall stands readyto
soon open .and it will pay all see Mrs. Jersey at half past 11 or
r sportsmen to look over our stock of but George's politeness gave him thereabouts. I crept down the stairs supply the public with best choice

rifles shotguns ammunition and sport- no chance of losing his temper, and and saw you standing in the light of meats and pork sausage In the county.
ing outfits. We the nest goodsat fuel it would not !blaze .
carry without
uh."You You had fur Customers will testify to the same
air j the hall lamp. on a coat ;
reasonable prIces. ana all supplies I.I seem to be well provided with and I recognized you by your unusual also has on hand daily the Cedar Key

purchased upon as at being our store thoroughly can be depended reliable. proofs." said he grimly. Let us admit, height; also by the color of your coat. Atlantic Coast LineTHROUGH Homosassa and Crystal River oysters,
for the sake of argument that you are
that
t atRtGMT T. W. SMITH & CO.RESTAURANTH my grandson. But the marriage""Ah. Some coat-It months is a claret before colored you one wore trimmed and fish of all kinds, at holiday prlcaGh'e

that is the difficult point! Andit sable You him a calL
with -at a race meeting.
is for to talk of the CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
unpleasant me
were pointed out to me, and it was: The Jones-Adams Carnival is in full
In to the of
subject. Justice memory the first: time I had set eyes on you. display opposite the A.-C. L. depot andis
my mother I hold that there was a "
It was in the hall. -CONNECTIONSTO -
you considered the cleanest and best of
marriage. "Did face?" asked Der-
you see my
"And in Justice to my family I hold rington. THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannah, Charleston. Richmond, its kind in the South. Nothing unclean

that there was none." "No. But the coat and the height All Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry. will be allowed, if known in'and
"In that Lord we around it. Ladies and children
case. Derrington, can
.:-X.: First Class Meals issue." and my knowledge that you were connected TO THE WEST (Via :Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
Join : with Mrs. Jersey""I : ViSIt it without fear.
Flyer route via Atlanta.
"You are quite a lawyer, sir, sneered "
wasn't connected with the Jade! *A. W. Walker, the world champion!
the old man. flashed\ out Dt-rriutou. "She came to TO THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphiaand
"I thought of studying for the' bar shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES.Oystei's rut years ago uutl aid she could prove Boston. Via Norfolk S. S, to New York. Washington
at one time." razors, hair clippers and scissors and
the marriage.; I tried to gei., out of Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
"Indeed, and why did you not?" be convinced of his superior skill. Ra
her the name uf the rhu/ch where it Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel-
"1 had no money to pay my fees,'" took t>l.tce. She refused: to give it and zors honed and concaved in all styles

in All said George coldly. said if I did not pension' Ler off she Steamship phia. Call at.No. 115 N. Magnolia street,

Styles.Dining The old lord winced. "You couldLye would go to your guardian, Ireland, KEY WEST and HAVANA. Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co. next S. A. L.Redletter.
.
had had .
money yon chosen. said him .
and net to help her to prove that
Le sales at the Bee Hive
roughly."I you were legitimate.; 1 hated your Route of the celebrated trains New York & Florida Special, Florida and day

Room open until midnight. Personal know.to For Brendon.that reason" I changed father, sir, and as to your mother"- West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. jewelry on West Broadway soon.

my name "Xo," cried Itrendon, rising, "not a The unveiling of the Coleman monument
attention given to special orders, anything "Well," said Derrington irritably, word Jigaiiist my mother." Quickest schedules, superior service. For information as to rates, sched- will also take place at this session -

the market offers prepared for the table on "let us come to the point You say "Only this, that she was not well ules, etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with T. C. White, D. P.
I admit that with Dr. S. T. Tice late of Greater -
short notice. you are my grandson. as boru-the daughter of a music master, A., Tampa; W. J. Craig, G. P. A.,; II. M. Emerson, T. M., Wilmington, N. C.
I am aware of what evidence you can New York orator of the day Th.
not the wife for my son.
bring forward. But I decline co ..duiit committee will spare no pains in,makIng -
:;111' was his wife, however. Leavemy
that you are my heir. The onus of mother's name out of it and goon this enjoyable for all who attend.

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar proof lies with you." sir. You say that Mrs. Jersey could A New Train This promises to be the grandest session
"I prepared to discover the proof:
am have proMtl' the marriage." in the history of the jurisdiction

Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. If orable your manner.lordship"will behave iu au hon- cowed"Yes"by growled IJreuJoii's Derriugton manner.: "I rather did To Hot Springs, Ark., Mrs. Flora Dempson is rebuilding herbouse .

"What!" roared Derrington rising on Pine street which was consumed
not wish: her to do so, for the reasonsI
Special Price to Regular Boarders with a fierce look. "Do you mean to have stated." by fire some time ago.
Via the
say you Jackanapes' that I am !behaving "Very unworthy reasons," said IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTENow The Original Bee Hive on West
dishonorably?
Gcorse Broadway is the place to secure bargains
THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO "Extremely: so," said Brendon coldly (Continued tomorrow.) .
leaves Memphis daily at 11:n p. m., operating through chair car and in Christmas toys assorted chinaware -
"You Lave had me watched !by a detective -
you threaten through him to sleeping car to Little Rock and Hot Springs, Ark, latter being open for occupancy toilet articles, wire Jewelry

t have me arrested for a crime of which every evening at 9 o'clock. This train also connects at Little Rock clocks, watches. General repairing *

At McGrath-'s Stand I am Innocent if I do not give up my; CONSTIPATION for all points in Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas and Indian Territory giving the specialty.Rev. .

attempts to gain my birthright and"- Iron Mountain Route three trains daily to the Great Southwest leaving Memphis W. J. Gooden. who has' been

here George leaned forward-"Doro daily at 8:50 a. m., 8 p. m., and 11:15 p. m. quite ill, is convalescent and will
Ward. Do call these actions For aver nint rears.offered with chronic contiimt .
thy you ( -L ar.,! 'nnng this nm' I had t<. take an AH trains from the Southeast connect with the Iron Mountain Trains at preach at Reddick next Sunday.
honorable?' in). ti.:. ".f am. "attr"iti ..'24hum before
LOW EXCURSION RATESTO I'l.ala'ta... <,_ For rates etc. address.HOMESEEKERS' ,
ai 1. arts i: i m. 1'1'j! Happily I Memphis. maps ,
,. The G. of the Eastern Starof
... "Do you know who I am? ques- tried i it. t-. a : fc mi 1 .m a w'-U ffiau.uurrig chapter
tioned the other, blustering. : .-..: :-u.*.-nrb" *V w\jrc.ti mt..nall'lle5.1 r-ti Caaeareta Thanli Ianffro EXCURSIONS I L E. REHLANDER, Florida and jurisdiction will also
.
t, :\ J 1 :in. 'r. 'r. a. a tit tL'> morning. You
THE- "Very well. You are the man whois tau use tui- ui -tiaif of .!.5r: g.g 1"umaDur." Traveling Passenger Agent, convene in annual session in connectionwith
keeping me out of my rights.; 1$.I'. Fisher @uanoke 111.I Jan. 13 and 17, Feb. 7 and 21, 34 West 9th St., the G. L, of which Mrs. S. S.

GREAT SOUTHWESTON The two faced one smother, without Mar. 7 and 21, Apr. 4 and 18. CHATTANOOGA, TENN Herndon is worthy matron. Hon. C. W.
best for
\
blenching. Derrington tried toow
.. The bowels Patterson, worthy patron 'and S. )(.
: George, and George refused to be cow- Gibbs D. Dept patron.
---- ed. It was the old lord's eyes which

January 17 1905 fell first Brendon had youth as wellas CHEAP RATES TO We sadly chronicle the death of Miss

will on his side and these doonuat Lila Depree of Leesburg, who passed
I CANOr CATMARTtCI
ed Derrington. For the first time ui away last Saturday night She is well

r On Way Colonist Tickets will be Sold Prom Atlanta Ga., Via the his tyrannical life he gave way. I California and the NorthwestTHE known by several of the pupils of How-

"I am willing to hear what you haveto I I ard Academy and Emerson Home. The

say," he grunted. I Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste Good Do Rood
Star extends
"I don't think I have more to I Sever sicken W"aJiel. or f Grip* 1C. 2> 50c Never NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY sympathies.
any sold In jn'.k T:e ge-. 'tie tablet stamped C C Co '
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ROCK ISLAND SYSTEMTo say" said Brendon. Guaranteed to art ur>"armflack.; "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE." Call at the Mack House for comfor-

"Then why did you come here?" I Remedy Co., Chicago or 6o3 table lodging and first class meals.
ANNUALS s'oi Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest
'To ask you If you consider it honorable -I TEN MILLION West Broadway.All .
Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable.
to threaten me. I have already who
$55.10-Portland, Seattle, Vancouver and British Columbia points. can receive delegates please
all Points in done so. There is no( more to be sad:
on my part I wish you to recognizemy $49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte, Anaconda Missoula and intermediate call on Dr. R. A. M. Benton, general
TOMPKINSHas
Indian Territory and Oklahoma mother's marriage and to state thatI IR points on the Northern Pacific Railway manager.I

am your heir." $44.70-San Francisco, Los Angeles San Diego, Benson Phoenix. Pres- Hot soda apparatus at the Red

"Anything else?" sneered D errin;on. ; a well selected stock of cott, Tuscon, Denver Colorado Springs Leadville. Trinidad and Alberquerque. Cross Pharmacy, West Broadway

6;. I a -FOR- "Yes; you will publicly recognize me, Fresh Meats ot all kinds. The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates From where you can get hot lemonade, gin

you will allow me an income sufficient All Florida Points ger, chocolate, bouillon coffee, eta Everything -
$ 6.00 to maintain the dignity of real
my Vegetables and Greens. The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton. Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga is in first class order. Holiday -'
name of Gt'Orge'an and you will or-
On same dates one-way tickets will also be sold from Atlanta to pointsin der Mrs. Ward to keep silent. Fresh and S: Water Fish received Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to St. Louis I prices. Call and satisfy yourself.

Eastern and Central Texas for $18.50.. Free reclining chair cars :Memphis to "Mrs. Ward? What have I to do I every day. Cedar Key Oysters and Chicago. .L. Green the tonsorial artist and

Denison Dallas, Fort Worth Waco, and other important points in Texas, with her?" received daily. Leave your orders Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m. via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft

via the Rock Island System, through South McAlester, I. T.. and the M. K. & "A great deal, apparently. You told with me. Prompt delivery. Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. HL, via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry. and sweet and my hair-cut is the best.

T. Ry. Close connection is made at Memphis in same depot with through her my story, and as she does not want Stopovers allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale :March 1 to May I have two of the finest chairs thai turn

trains to all points. .Call or write for full particulars.GEO. me to marry her daughter! she will I. E TOMPKINS 15, inclusive and from September 15 to October 3L every way. Razors fixed in alL styles.

H. LEE: Gen. Pass. Agt, S. L. PARROTT, D. P. A, move heaven and earth" to ruin me by For maps, schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker. Florida Call and be convinced. West Broad
using her knowledge.
Little Rock, Ark. No. 6. N. Pryor St, Atlanta, Ga. ffgw she City Market. Passenger Agent, "Dixie Flyer" Route, Jacksonville, Florida. way next to A. Smith. -
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t tk. PAGE TWO OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1903 .

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k. "THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT" STOREROOM FOR RENTA WE OPENED FOR BUSINESS DECEMBER 1ST, 1903

small storeroom or office for rent

Ir in Montezuma building. Apply to F. : '.

W. Ditto. Our Deposits on December 1st, 1904 were $117,067.87We

You May Have Realized in the Last ,
Miss Minnie Cole had an experiencea

Few Nights That it is a good Thingto few days ago she will not soon forget 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.EN"RAA : .
Her father. W. T. Cole has his

Sleep warm. We know it and aresser full of old letters etc.. which I r

she advised him, to clear out. He told i n
Have Prepared For it, as Our Sup- her to go ahead and do it. She emptied -

the contents of one drawer into
of IALATo
ply the open fireplace. Suddenly there was

an explosion a ring against a sadironin li

front of the fire and a stinging n-I I

'sation on her wrist. In the rubbish I

: BLANKETS AND COMFORTSIs thrown into the fire was a pistol cartI'I'j
ridge, which exploded with the r ''. 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,
I liberal and satisfactory treatment.
as stated. It was a narrow escape. j!

i The bullet coming in contact with the
HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD. F. L. WATSON.President .
Assorted. If You Are sadiron probably saved her life.
Is Large and well :., : Vice President Cashier:

in Need of Such Articles, we can attend You will find that plenty to eat in \ "
cold weather is a good thing, but you j

to Your wants. must eat the right kind of food, or you '!

will not feel the benefit of it ."The {I ,c a- ALE / KARPEN LEATHER FlMiTURB
House That Treats You Right." I
II I _

The following talented array of sales
H. B. MASTERS-]
men and salesladies constitute the mill'

and factory force at the Boston Store:
i f 't't. :. .,. .
Misses Jennie Bull, Pauline Herndon, eH Fr. t

Mary Parr, Fannie Hunter and Josie

OCALA : : : FLORIDA.I McClure, assisted by the regular force ., :

W. S. Dunt, J. J. Driggers, Asher andrjarcus
., .. ..__
I Frank, air. ana U5. ii. nan-
Dr.. R. U. Fuller Dr. L. F. Blalock delsman and Sheppard Watson, and h L
EVENING STAR
to oversee the work is the excellent
FULLER & BLALOCK ,. t r;
gentlemen under whose auspices this I
C. L BITTINGER & CO. bargain sale is made. Mr. Watson,
DENTAL SURGEONS
who has quality, kind. and price under
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll c Offices over Munroe & Chambliss Bank his thumb, knows at a glance what a lOur Special Is Now in
Leather Furniture
Proprietors and Publishers customer desires and he gets iL Karpen
OCALA. FLA. Sale .r
*,...-- -'-- ,::... Progress
C. L. BITTiNGER, .. The Star enjoyed a pleasant call this
Terms CashJ.
Editor and General Manager. ;' morning from M. J. Timmons. th Karpen Leather Furniture is famous for its beauty of design and thoroughness of construction, and we guarantee .
young orange gro er of Citra, who so
this sale able to offer leather Chairs Rockers and Couches of the Karpen
piece. During
E. CHACE, / far has had splendid results from his I \ every we are ,
R. R. CARROLL, i crop. His tangerines have brought make at greatly reduced prices. We cordially invite you to inspect the wonderful values we are able to offer

City Editor and Business ManagerMr. DENTAL SURGEON from 13.10 to $3.50 t, and he has more v in these high grade goods.Ocala.

t to hear from. Mr. Timmons and his,
Office upstairs Commercial Bank 1
Z. C. Chambliss left this morningto x father have faith In the orange industry = FUrl1i-tl1-re
Building Ocala Florida. \ COIll.pany
attend the Southeastern Stock Association v and will set out 75 acres oftrees...- 9
TERMS CASH
which meets in Jacksonville -
--
tomorrow. lIe sent up from his Pal- NO PITY- SHOWN-- e CAL-A. : w L-cRICA

farm three head of
metto stock young The union prayer meeting at the "For years fate was after me con-

cattle one thoroughbred bull, one thor- Presbyterian church last night was tinuously," writes F. A. Gullege, Verbena ,

oughbred heifer and one cross or half not well attended. A better audienceis Ala. I had a terrible case of Will Lucius, the county road overseer -

breed heifer. These animals are Lind- 24 tumors. When all having leveled up the Anthony
hoped for tonight by Doctors Piles, causing PIANOS AND ORGANS
scarcely a year old and are of lr.Chambliss' say and Moore."WHAT. failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve curedme. short line:, took his traction engine and

raising. He sent them to Equally good for burns, and alII'wagons out on the Cotton Plant road I

Jacksonville to show the Florida and aches and pains. Only 25c. at the AntiMonopoly 1 to fix it, when he will begin work on I

Georgia stock men what can be doneIn 1 the Orange avenue road.Friends .
this climate in raising fine cattle. YOU EAT, Drugstore.Mrs. ---Y---- --- I' Buy' Them at Home and be Fahly Dealt- With

The thoroughbred heifer will be shownon L. L. Aiken and Billy Folksof -<
after
Eugene Dozier a protracted -
the hoof and then slaughtered to YOU JRES"White visit to Mr. and Mrs. L. Dozier, and Rock Springs and Juliette, respect Small Musical Instruments Sheet Music 'Type

exhibit her carcass. Mr. Chambliss her mother, Mrs. Mayo, returned", to tively, invaded,. the Star. office this I ,

thinks it will dress TOO pounds. How is Jupiter :yesterday, where her husband. morning and turned in a few shekelsto writers Bicycles Sewing Machine Needles Dia-
,
not Rose Canned Goods Can't be the Staf feadily its ,
this for a thoroughbred a year keep on course
old and which will bring $35, while a Excelled.We has charge of the lighthouse. | These gentlemen+F were on their way to)i monds, Watches and Jewelry, Fine China and Cut

three-year-old scrub animal will do Also Carry White' Rose Maple Misses :Mabel: and Edith Taylor of\ attend the State Baptist Association. at

well to dress 400 pounds. Such object Syrup, Jams, preserves, Apple Butter, Cincinnati, 0., who are the guests of i''Jacksonville.

lessons tell and show the possibilitiesof Catsup, Etc. Miss Esther: Weathers and Miss Hattie I
Marion county as a stock section, We also save in a fresh lot of H. O. with card FOUR HUNDRED BABIES Glass.Ocala
Dye, will be complimented a
Oatmeal, Buckwheat and Pan Rake Music Co '*
attention.
with good blood and proper
party Friday afternoon by their accomplished St. Vincent's Infant Asylum, Chicago -
Flour. Ralston Breakfast Food and ,
... hostesses.A shelters homeless waifs awaiting I
The voting contest for the carnival Cream: of "' eat.
adoption and there are nearly 400 babies -
favorites: goes merrily: on. The vote See the watch Miss Rexie Todd won. SINGER SURPRISEA there. Sister Julia writes: "I can- JEWELERS
taken yesterday afternoon shows the It's in our window. much
tremendous drop in the price of not say too in praise of Foley'sHoney .
following results: Miss Gertie Peyser. Tar for colds,
I and coughs
Singer sewing machines, but none in croup
715; Miss Clara Moore, 704; Miss Nellie and Contains I
whooping cough. no
0 E GROCERY quality. The $60 machine reduced to
Anderson, 494 Miss Louise Harris EL TROPICO
; machine reducd to Call I opiates and is safe and sure. Ask forFoley's
.$48; the $65 $53. I
220; Miss Sue Barco, 175; Miss label at headquarters the lIelvenstoni Honey and Tar and insist upon.! CIGAR FACTORY

Godson, 80; Mrs. M. A. Norwood. 65; CLARK BROS. Props.Phone i Blitch-Pasteur Company L. W. Jack- having it, as it is a safe remedy and I i z '
Miss Mamie Eleason 40; Miss Emma certaIn in results. Refuse substitutes.Sold I 4
son, agent. I
Barber, 50; Miss Gertrule Perada, 30. by the Postoffice Drugstore. Makers of the
There are thirty gentlemen being voted I ;F; w
174. Messrs.: F. M. Townsend and Son of : ', ,,. ; +kd&g Highest Grada 5c. Cigar >
.. :
for but those in the lead are Fred E. The saloon in the Ocala
NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY Martin have made another season's corner
Weihe 310; W. P. Edwards 126. The I'I success in raising hogs. The stock for House next to the A. C. L. depot will

contest will end Thursday at 4 p. m. this season's killing.will number 1501 I be open for business tomorrow or next MILO DEYO
The prizes :e: For queen a fine gold
The Florida & Electric
PURE MILK head. They will average from 200 to I day. Plumbing
watch, set with a lovely diamond; forking the for and
doing plumbing
250 pounds each, most of which are Company are
a handsome umbrella. The presentation :- the saloon. GRAND ROYAL
only a year old. They have already sold ?E
ceremony will take place at
Pure Milk and Creamare half a car of them at 5c. a pound. They ,', HAVANA CIGARS
the carnival grounds and of course
The Ocala Wood Yard supplies wood f
shipped these to Tampa. These gen- '
every I lady in town who can will be the greatestof In Phone 32GAITERVILLE f', '
among length.
tlemen have none but the best breeds. any E '
there to see the prizes awarded. One 4Z
table delicacies. Theyare Good stock always pays a gratifying I In Five Sizes
of the most talented and gifted ora- ,
tors of Ocala will make the presentation both RICH, PURE and dividend when properly cared for. i -

speeches.Mr. WHOLESOME if suppliedby A Barn and Contents Destroyed by:
THE ORIGINAL CHAS. PEYSER, P/oprietor
Fire I
Thomas G. Bright, a prominent i Foley and Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung About 4 o'clock Monday morning of
citizen! : of Toronto, Canada, arrive
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY and account of the January: end, it was discovered that J.
yesterday to join his wife and his wife's remedy on great

sister, Mrs. Murray, who preceded him GEO B. TYLER. Prop.Like merit and popularity of Foley's Honey .\. Thomas' barn was on fire. On ar- HOUSE FURNISHINGS
the it found that
rh'ing.at scene was
.
and imitations offered
several weeks. They occupy a cottage Tar many are
I the barn and entire contents were de-
on South Third street next to Mr. Car- for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse substitute offered tsroyed. The losses besides those men-
lisle's. Mr. and Mrs. Bright have any -
t tioned were two horses, and corn and
spent many winters in Ocala. as no other preparation will give
the same satisfaction. It is mildly lax- fodder for the coming year. The fireis Our stock of Furniture and House Furnishing

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters, two C> ative. It contains no opiates and is safest supposed to have started about 3 i \

young lady daughters: and little son for children and delicate persons. o'clock. Its origin is unknown, the
will arrive Thursday from Montezuma, w Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. owner being away at the time. The Goods is second to none in the State
losses amounted to about $400.
Ga.. and will keep house in the Massey

residence on South Third street. The \\ Brigance, the knight of the Farmer.

Messrs. Harry and Howard Waltersof a Comet brush is giving Mr. Fausett's house on all kinds and Lap
i\ Every kind of Furniture, Rugs, prices, _
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will This in the sky cornea Exposition street a coat of paint with READ THIS
have the house all in readiness: for their : \ the star of health Patten's Sun Proof. Enhance; says it Window Shades Robes Saddles Whips etc.
i to the weak and Mattings ,
parents when they arrive. famous remedy beats any mixture that ever came to ,
daesfort5estomweuy" desponder.tdyspeptic- town and can be had at the T. W. Ripley, Tenn, June 1, 1901. Curtains kina of Wagon Buggy
and Portiere Every
Messrs. Green Bush and J. M. Blairof ach that which it '\ curing all Smith hardware store.J. Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis Mo.-Dear Lace ,
is unable to dolor Sir: Having tried various remedies
Lake Weir were in the city yesterday itself, even if but 1 stomachtroubles Blankets and and Carriage for
\\S\ Screens etc. any purpose.
\ and without satisfactory results, I was persuaded ,
the farmer
and from the latter we got I' '. Henry Bass a living near
correct report of the organization of or overburdened. \\\\\ digestiveoisordera Dunnellon was in the city this morningand to give your "Texas Wonder"a I Sheets Pillows and Paints Oils Varnishes Lubricating
\ trial. I have used one bottle and Spreads ,
\\\\ ,
the Baptist church at Whir Park and \ made a large purchase of hardware -
not at Weirsdale.: The pastor is Rev. Kodol \' \ from T. W. Smith & Co.. and also although my case is one of long standing Lamps and Toilet Oils Building Materials -
i that baffled the skill of the best Crockery ,
\ ,
Spicer of Leesburg. who will preach: invested in the Star. Mr. Bass is
supplies the natural \ physician, yet it yielded at once to
every second and fourth Sunday in ,s41 old Marion county but a little overa and Flower Pots. Lime Plaster Laths
Juices! of digestion and ",t" .\'.. \. "The Texas ",Wonder" which I heartily Sets, Jars ,
each month. The three persons bap- does the work of the f >ear ago he thought he would seek
tized Sunday were James M. Blair. his stomach, relaxing the I't +.'\\\' \ greener and pleasanter pastures, so recommend to all suffering from kid- Cook and Heating Stoves and Brick Shingles Cement
,
,\\ and bladder troubles. ,
nervous tension, while ., \ ney
son, Robert, and William Caldwell. On \ moved to Motley Hall in Madison

the fourth Sunday the following per- I the and membranes Inflamed! muscles of that t.I :ry I\ tt t, I county but at the end of a year returned Yours W.truly H. Bruton., Ranges. Trunks, Valises, Phosphate Machinery of all

sons will be baptized: Miss Clara I j I organ are allowed: 13: AI's to Marion, satisfied this is one
Blair Misses Mamie and Emily McGa- rest and heal. It curesindigestion ,!l\\. .J I of God's favored spot Pastor Baptist Church, Riplej, Tenn.A Suit Cases etc. Harness of kinds. ;

hagin Charlotte Newsom and Mrs. flatulence: ; I ,r .. .
palpitation of the heart I, l\\ I TEXAS WONDER
W Kelbrow of
Ill
Maggie Scott. nervous d>$pepsa: and H: 1 \ 4 I Parkersburg
all stomach! troubles: by I made inquiry of City Clerk Nelson this One small bottle of the Texas Wonder well drilling Contracting and Building of

Rev. Farriss of Candler preached: at cleansing,purifying and morning about the value of lot IS, HzH's Great Discovery, cures all Deep ,
Johnson Station Sunday and received strengthening the glands! I block 4fc7! Xow. the last seen of Clerk kidney and bladder troubles, removes

two persons into the church member- membranes and digestive! of the orgass.KodolDyspepsiaCure stomaca -. : I Nelson he was heading west as said gravel, cures lame backs, rheumatismand ; all kinds done under responsible guarantee.

ship. He reported while passing -r i lot is supposed to beIn what was all irregularities of the kidneysand

'hrough.. Ocala, that Mr. and Mrs. Gil- (I once known as Parkersburg. five miles bladder in both men and women Write us for prices and estimates on anythingyou

Pittsburg, Fa. who have spentks west of Juliette. The value of the lot regulates bladder trouble in children.If .

in that delightful vll- is unknown. not sold by your druggist it will be
need. .
to Tampa for several Tear Dealer Cn Supply I... sent by mail on receipt of $i. One

s their wlnter'sslt Bottles; on.!,. Si 00 Site! hc.'dre: :! 2 4 times George Close, the gang plow farmer: small bottle is two months' treatment, .'
the tnala..e,wli.cn; sella: for 5C return. Mr. Gilson t .1Ut4 h l. C.D.VITt t t0.. W CA00. and trucker of ML Lebanon on Lemon I and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr.

paper man and is avenue, bought a fine span of mules E. W. Hall sole manufacturer. P. O.

j" excellent letters to this morning, with which to assist in box 62S. SL Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. MCIVER MACKAYR :

'rs..':,. Sold by WM. ANDERSON Ocala. making a 100-acre crop of cantaloupes Sold by all drcrgists. / .




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Volume (Or.Ncmbet. J79 OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY JO, 905 Ftfty Cents a Month, $5 a Year -

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Just Arrived AN OPENING WEDGE BIG CUT IN GREAT EXPECTATIONS- MUNROE & CHAMBLISS _



The Recent Ruling on Freight Rates !' As to What the I
LADIES FELT SLIPPERS sourl. I'B NKERS' \

Pickled Lamb's Tongue of the State Railroad Commission --..-,
Will Do :>
SwetUer and Brick Cheese This order covers agricultural Im- -<

plements, blinds, doors and frames, Monday was governor's da yin three
Sliver Prunes earthenware sash and skylight frames, Regular Price $1.50, We Are Closing great states. Folk was inaugurated in LOANS DEPOSITS

Ltmberger Cheese stoves and ranges. In carloads. The Missouri Deneen in Illinois and Hanlyin -

Fancy Cakes reductions which will prove Interest- Them Out at 50 cents per Pair I Indiana. CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION. ,
Folk and Deneen antimachinemen -
ing reading, are as follows: Agricultural were
Salt Mackerel Nos. J and 2
implements from 25: cents to 16 elected by voters of both parties

Strained and Comb Honey cents per 100 pounds; sash, doors and '' who expected reform. They will do

Figs, Cherries and Pineapplein blinds, from 25 cents to 10 cents per Call and get a pair? before they are gone' well if they do half what Is expected EDWARDS BROTHERS! -

hundred; earthenware, from 32 centsto from them.GQ'ernor.

Maraschino 18 cents per hundred; sash and skylight Hanly Is not expected to set AT THE CITY MARKET

Mince Meat and Cranberry frames, from 25 cents to 10 cents the Wabash river on fire in the per-

Sauce per hundred; stoves and hollow ware formance of public duty, but it Is more Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis

from 32 cents to 12% cents per hun- W. J J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY than half way believed that he will
EGGS 20 CENTS DOZ.
a dred. surrender W. S. Taylor exgovernorof

-ATTEAPOT Merely a Forestep Kentucky, who was accused of par- WESTERN AND CHOICE FLDKIDA MEATS .

While the amendment covers only ticipation-in the murder of Goebel, and
HOUSE.
THE ONE PRICE
GROCERY these articles it is merely a forestep fled to Indiana to avoid standing trial. CELERY AND ALL ..OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON

to what will follow, and it is calculatedthat Governor Durbin of, that state who
FREE DELIVERY
this action of the commission will went out of office Monday, refused to TELEPHONE ,

be worth millions of dollars to the cit- MISS REGINA KRAUSS KILLED honor requisitions from Kentucky for
PROMPT PAYMEHT aI ies of Interior F'lorlda.-Gaines\'m DRS. R. ft G. GOLDSTEINThe Taylor but it is believed that Hanly 3

Sun. Eldest Daughter of Max Krauss, Whois will be more complaisant

BILLS is the BASIS nI Yes, the above Is only the opening Well Known in Florida A. E. BURNETT -

wedge and if the interior cities of Optic Specialists of Louisville, Ky., BOUGHT CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH ,:

nRcnlM . . Florida such as* Gainesville, Ocala Are at the Ocala House, Room I Miss Regina Krauss was killed Sun- Remedy and Sent It to FriendsMr. ..- ,
eesburg.. Orlando Plant City etc., day morning by falling from a window : '--
77 and Hotel Parlors THE
of her home in Savannah. She JEWELER
would combine and demand a state rate was
Our Hills Are Due F. W. J. Fletcher, a druggist In
the eldest daughter of Max Krauss. the
on carload lots from Jacksonville to
Victoria, Australia, says: "A customer
When Presented those points instead of as now, a bar- commercial traveler who is well knownin ,
WILL REMAIN A FEW DAYS ONLYDr. of mine was so pleased with Chamber-
. rel of flour can be shipped as cheaplyper Ocala. lain's Cough Remedy, which she had Fine Diamonds Watches .
Jewelry Rings
II Yea Dltippolnt Us, Do Rot Be its weight as a carload of them. used for her children when suffering ,

Surprised if Farther -Credit i is Why then interior cities can help NOTED ACTRESS DEAD
from colds and croup, that during a
themselves, and not as turn Cut Glass Handsome China Sterling
Refused - now every ,
Bettina Girard, an actress of some fortnight's time she obtained at my
dollar's worth of trade to Jack- .
jobbing
4 note, died in, the Roosevelt Hospital. shop nine bottles which she sent to \ ..
W.: J. Chambers Shoe Co. sonville. All the interior cities ask for Silver and Hollow Ware.
her friends in different
p New York, Sunday, aged 35. parts of the
Ocala Steam Laundry is a fair and square deal in this mat-
state, telling them how much good it
W.: P. EdwardsT. ter and the railroad commissionershave I
MUCH ALIVE had done and advising them to give It
R. Goldstein, the optic specialist TOILET ARTICLES s
B. Snyder been the of
delegated by people a trial." For sale by all druggists. ,
whose former visits to Ocala will The latest dispatches from Port Ar-
Edwards Bras the state to figure it out and apportionthat
be remembered, is here again. The record thur announce that Generals Fock and FOUNTAIN PENS
equity and justice to them. If not
he made for perfect-fitting Smirnoff of the Russian garrison were FILED FOR FUTURE REFERENCESeven
------------- hard"one
their bed \\ill be a two years
glasses has not been forgotten, and not killed, as reported last week. Russian torpedo boats left
from now and their road will be a hard
those of our citizens for whom he did Port Arthur during the last three daysof OPTICAL GOODS
MdVER & SUcKlY} one to travel. Wouldn't it be inter-
esting to hear from the railroad com- work will cheerfully recommend him DO NOT SUPPRESS A COUGH the siege and succeeded in reachingthe
to others needing work in his line. He Chinese of Chee Foo and
mission on this very interesting ques- When you have a cough, do not try ports Watch Repairing Specialty -
is a specialist thoroughly and efficiently Tsing Tau in a
safety. They were com-
FUNERAL DIRECTORS tion? Have they ever thought of it, or I to suppress !it, but remove the cause.
trained in his profession, and
guar- pelled to disarm however. Russia now
investigated the methods adopted by The cough is only a symptom of some
antees satisfaction. If your eyes are has ten vessels of various sizes, from OCALA FLORIDA
other states who have similar commis- disease. The disease is what you
growing dim they need attention, and to boats, laid
UNDERTAKERSand sioners, who have solved this point of should cure, and then the cough will abattleship torpedo up
you owe it to yourself to call on Dr. in "cold storage" in Chinese ports. ...
distribution and rate. If not. they are stop of itself. The most common cause
Goldstein while he is in Ocala.
not earning their salaries. If they have, of coughing is a cold. Anodynes will
Office hours, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. WORKING NIGHT AND DAY
EMBALMERSFine they are awful slow in whispering the promptly suppress the cough, and pre- LUMBERROUGH
No professional calls made to private .
fact to the people. If it takes as longto parations containing chloroform The busiest the mightiest little thing

reach a conclusion on other carload residences. ,.opium etc., are used for that purpose, that ever was made is Dr. King's New

Caskets and Burial freight matters to interior points as it but they do not cure the cold. Cham- Life Pills. These pills change weak-

Robes. All work done by did on agricultural Implements, etc.- RICH UNCLE SAM berlain's Cough Remedy on the other ness Into strength, listlessness into energy : oR DRESSED

nearly two "t'ars-thelr present term of :hand does not suppress the cough, but brain-fag into mental power. I -
Licensed Embalmers office will have almost expired and The total value of the property In relieves it by removing from the throat They're wonderful in building up the See or Phone

FULLY GUARANTEEDD. they will scarcely have time to commu- the United States (as returned to tax and lungs the mucous which obstructed health. Only 25c. per box. Sold by the i .

nicate to the dear people of the Interior assessors) !is one hundred and eleven the breathing and allaying the Irri- Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. B. H. SEYMOUR
E. Mclver and V. E. Roberts -
are
thousand million dollars. The popu-
towns how they do stand. A word to tation and tickling in the throat. It

sociation.Mcflealy members.of the State Embalmers' As the wise should suggest a move in their lation ia: 85,000,000. also opens the secretions and effectually CARNEGIE'S AID TO LEARNINGIt PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla.

actions along this line. Ocala has her and permanently cures the coldas is stated on what is regarded as

ear close to the ground to hear the Tampa's output of cigars was 26,000- well as the cough. For sale by all competent authority that Andrew Car-

& rumble. 000 more in 1904 than in 1903.PLANTATION druggists. negie has given and pledged nearly 'I1P./ EDWARDS .

MoriartyOffice $10,000,000 for the erection of 1200 libraries -

ANOTHER GOOD MANGONE I of which 719 are in the United At the City Market

No. 12 Ft. King Ave. WRONGHe States. It is claimed that 18 per cent '
.
neglected to take Foley'a Kidney of the English speaking population of Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetables
Postoffice Box 682 FOR RENT FOR 1905The ,
the world has been free to
Cure at the first sign of kidney trouble, given access

hoping it would wear away, and he was books through the generosity of the in Season

soon a victim of Brlghfs disease. Thereis great Iron master.
property belongM g the estate ol Abram Martin, situated
CONTRACTORSAND danger in delay, but if Foley's Kid- City and Country Trade Solicited
BUILDERS ney Cure is taken at once the symp- In the eastern portion of Sugar Hammock comprising a plantation of HOW TO AVOID PNEUMONIAWe

about 500 acres under fence, (a r. w wire fence), about 350 of Phnne 121.WHO'LL
Cabinet Work a Specialty toms will disappear, the kidneys are acres have never heard of a single Instance Free Delivery .

strengthened and you are soon sound which are In fine stat of cultivation Is for rent next year. of a cold resulting in pneumoniaor

Careful Attention Given and well. A. R. Bass of Morgantown These lanes are regarded as of the very best quality, and are well other lung trouble when Foley's

Ind., had to get up ten or twelve timesin Honey and Tar has been taken. It not
to non-resident properties adopted for the cultivation of all the crops produced !in thiv section.
a night, and had a severe backacheand only stops the coughs, but heals and BE THE'
pains hi the kidneys and was cur- Apply toDAVID strengthens the lungs. Ask for Foley's

ed by Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute -

UNDERTAKERS the Postoffice Drugstore. S. WOODROW Agent, Ocala, Fla. offered. Dr. :J. C. Bishop of Ag-
KING and
new, Mich. writes: "I have used Foley's QUEEN
AND
: : MAY FIND A FIGHT Honey and Tar !in three very severe

cases of pneumonia with good resultsin

EMBALMERS Russians Seem to Think the Baltic every case." Sold by the Postoffice t
OF THE
The /. .
& Cline Co
Fleet is Not Looking for One, and Yonge Drugstore.

is Unprepared to Meet One
We have two Registered Undertakers PHOSPHATE DOTS RIFLES CARNIVAL 1:1 I FESTIVAL
St. Petersburg, Jan. 10.-Grave fears
and Embalmers The price remains bright for the out-

AH work entrusted to our have been created In St. Petersburgby 43 Osceola St. Ocala Fla. put of 1905.
that I
a rumor a strong Japanese The Dutton Phosphate company is OCALA Jan. 9-14
care will receive prompt and squadron is en route at all possible ,
operating the two plants at Floral City
skilled attention. All embalming speed for Madagascar to meet Admiral Will in a Few Days be Located in formerly run by Mr. P. Jumeau. ,

fully guaranteed. A Rojestvensky and take advantage of The Buttgenbach people have almost Open to every Lady and Gentleman, married or single, in
Their
splendid stock of Caskets and the Baltic vessels while they are undergoing New Building on Osceola St. completed their railroad, connectingwith Ocala. Votes are now on sale, and can be secured at G.

Burial Robes carried at all repairs. If the Russian vessels the Dunnellon people and will as A. Nash's Dry Goods Store, Weihe's Jewelry Store,

times.OCALOURNITURECO. try to escape the Japanese will be Are General and State Agent For a Number soon as the bridge over the Withlacoo- Blake & Martin's Ocala News Company, Postoffice DrugStore

able to overtake them it ia said as cnee is finished ship their rock to Port T. B. Snyder's: Haberdashery and Gent's FurnISh-
Rojestvensky's vessels are of inferior of Lines of s
Inglis. ing Goods Store, and the Anti-Moncpoly Drug Store
speed. These fears indicate that Rus-
The Camps are erecting a new plant 1
sian semi-official quarters are in a two miles from Dun lIon, REMEMBER BOTH MARRIED AND SINGLE
I -
Phone No. 94. Night phone No. 10.
state of blue funk. "ONLY THE BEST" MACHINERYON Thomas Sexton has acquired phos- ARE ELIGIBLENow

Sure Sign of Return phate lands near Hernando and will

For London, Jan. 10.-Charters of vessels erect a plant on the same. is the time to put your best girl in the lead. The

WATCHESAnd engaged to supply the Baltic fleet with THE MARKET The Armour fertilizer plant at Jacksonville lady receiving the largest number of votes will l be presented

YIt1 coal and provisions have been can- will cost 1500000. with a beautiful i4-karat Gold Watch; the gentlemanh

celed. The Wilson and Toomer Fertilizer avingthe most votes will l also receive a handsome present.

REPAIRSGO GASOLINE ENGINES, SAW, PLANING, CRATEand Company of Jacksonville are erectinga

TO- NIGHT WAS HER TERROR"I very large plant in that city.
BARREL MILL
MACHINERY ACETYLENEGAS
VOTES ONLY ONE GENT
would cough nearly all night long," _
F G. B. WEIHE and ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANTS
writes Mrs. Charles Applegate, of Alexandria BRUTALLY TORTUREDA

Ind.. "and could hardly get case came to light that for per- .
The Jeweler. OUt Repair Shop in Connection Will Be Well EquippedFor '
any sleep. I had consumption so bad sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps -

that if I walked a block I would cough all Light Work. Hope you will allow us to supply r never been equaled. Joe Golo- IF YOU WANT TO BUY,-- -. /

frightfully and spit blood, but, when your wants. bick of Colusa Calif., writes: "For 15 /

W. C. BULL all other medicines failed, three $1 bot- years I endured Insufferable pain from REAL ESTATE f'

tles of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly rheumatism, and nothing relieved me, .

Contractor and cured me and I gained 58 p unds." though I tried everything known. I .

Builder It's absolutely guaranteed to cure came across Electric Bitters and It's Now is the time to call on DITTO, and look

Quick and Careful Estimates Made Coughs. Colds LaGrippe, Bronchitisand DO I WANT IT \ the greatest medicine on earth for that the following property. ./ -
all throat and lung troubles. Price trouble. A few bottles of it completely
Box 64, Ocala. Fla. 50c. and $1. Trial bottles free at the Illr f( ., relieved and cured me." Just as good 40 acre farm two and one-half miles south of town ,"/ .,

Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. What a question. Of course I do. an
LALEXANDERPractical debility. Only 50c. Satisfaction 20 acre farm two miles north of town ./
HI! just send papa around and maki e S
Hammock land mile south of town .
Richard Croker, now in England, has guaranteed by the Anti-Monopoly 20 acres one ,
received a severe snub from an unex- him buy it for me; also a pretty se t Drugstore Ocala, Fla Good home, 8 rooms, one-fourth acre lot,rents for f' t'
Five-room house and 3 acres, one mile west of toT '
pected quarter. He desired to have his of harness and laprobe. too. Where!
CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful race horses trained at Newmarket but It is reported that Mrs. Chadwick'sdiamonds Splendid home and lot; one-half-acre ,' /
Another silly question. Why a.
estimates made on all contract the jockey club In charge of the lilq 1 were shipped to Jacksonville Other and better propertir / (s4

work. Gives more and better work for grounds refused his request, and would .. in time to prevent their confiscation
the money than any other In town. give no explanation S. A. STANDLEY & CO') by the Cleveland. 0.. authorities. Room f 2 Merchants Blockj' r ;

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WEATHER FORECAST BIG CUT IN HATS
H.. ROBINSON, President So H. GLITCH Manager
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A. H. MARSH, Aslt. Manager Washington. Jan. 10.-Fair tonight; The W. J. Chambers Shoe Co. Is '
NOVELTIES IN LADIES' WAISTS FOR SPRING 05o
he FacUlties of- Wednesday, partly cloudy, rain and making a tremendous cut in the priceof

colder in southeast portion. hats. Those actually worth from $Z

THE COMMERCIAL BANK to $4.50, now $1.23. Hats of new stock a

Among the stockholders present at and latest style. Call and examine the

Are at Your Dilposal. the meeting today of the Central National same at the W. J. Chambers Shoe Co. AHEINAUEER'S 1 o

WITH AMPLE CAPITAL, MODERN BANKING METH. Bank were the Fords, H. A. andG. Ocala Ha.

ODS AND CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT IL, F. L Watson. C. Peyser. R. E. Ol

W. are Prepared to Give You Service Second to None Yow ge, Jake Brown W. J. Chambers, Mr. Timmons in speaking of the sad o

and Mr. Adams of the Ocala House. accident that resulted in the death of FINAL CLEARING SALE o
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH USLU'
The showing was a most satisfactory young Lawrence of Cleveland, O., on

one. All of the old officers were re- Orange Lake last Friday, said that

elected.Mr. Mr. Lawrence, the father of the young ; ENTIRE STOCK OF E

OCALA OCCURRENCES man. reached Citra Friday evening
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Blitch, the A. C. L tank man, from Miami over the A. C. L.. and Mr. : ..
FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS. .
I came up today from Leesburg, wherehe Ed L. Wartman brought him over from
Wray. the tuner la at Weihe's.
held "prayer meeting" all nighton Oakland Station: that after viewingthe
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Woodmen Installation tonight the tank at that place. He said bod)' of his son, which was shipped Ladies' and Children's Wraps Ready-to-wear 00H

the devotional position was very tryingon Xorth Sunday morning Mr. Lawrenceleft &
Odd Fellows this .
meet
evening.Null his knees. for South Florida, as he is in poor ILU Skirts Men's. Youths and Qildrens Clothing. rI
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fruits ,
and candles at Taylor's.Hot health and could not accompany his COcc

soda at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- HOW'S THIS? son's remains home, but would have Blankets and .Comforts. F .

store. the body placed in a vault and inter it LU wo

We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- when he returns in the spring.

[:( Pictures. at cost Postoffice Drugstore ward for any case of Catarrh that can-I "'"Mr.:' GasTW\Xeville Some Greatly Below Manufacturers Prices o .

not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cur?. f and family, who"-
S. M. Davis of Juliette was in town F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0,1We have gpenf the* past month in ?Mobile. e
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today. the undersigned, have known.P.I New Orleans and Meridian, Miss., returned -

( ) Rowe's Little Bonanza for chickens; J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and) hume: >esterday to Dunnellon\\ LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR FOR SPRING '05

fvti all sizes. believe him perfectly honorable in all improved itVf ealth and having had almost ] ,

business transactions and financlalJyable enjoyable: tmgJ!! In visiting'"Me-
Gold pens and fountain pens at A. E.Burnett's. .
a to carry out any obligations made rtdianrMr.'X. passed over the grounds ,
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by his firm. of his earlier years, while he had livedin

10U Late copyright novels. Ocala News Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, all of the other cities named, and
.HC 4rf Company. Rev. and Mrs. Marsh of Pennsylvania -
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo O. sees in all of them improvements and

Mr. Walter Ray of Martel was in the Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter- signs of prosperity and growth. who years ago were residents of *
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city today. Citra. but left after the disastrous RIFLES'CARNIVAL
nally acting directly upon the blood
freeze, have returned for a short visit. ,
( Oysters! Oysters! Oysters! All styles, and mucous surfaces of the system. .
You have Rev. Marsh was one of the original
at Dame's.A Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
of,14& stockholders of the Fort Drane _
full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- bottle. Sold by all druggists. course orange
which was in a high state of
:dings and Co. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- grove ; I IJONBSADAMS
cultivation and bearing when the freeze
H wo China 20 per cent/off at the Postof- pation. ) CHOCOLATE CREAM SODA came.If THE

fice Drugstore. DEUCIOt'S 1\ "ICE CREAM SODA
in need of to
you are something
Handsome at McIver The Jones-Adams! Carnival Com-
parlor lamps
) HOT CHOOOLATE eat, we have it, and would be glad for CARNIVAL COMPANY
and MacKay'a. pany had a big crowd at the groundslast ,
at ono ot their stores and con this H. B.
night and did a good business. All many you to try us on question.
At Taylor's-Popcorn, korn nuts and sidered the best you ever dunk Masters.Mr. .
of the shows, including the ocean wave,
I,salted peanuts. will be open tonight. A member of All Chocolate Drinks servedat and Mrs. S. Lovell, excellent Held Under the Auspices of the '

Pure fresh milk and cream at the the Rifles is on duty at each show to people of Sparr, were in town today to
fountain made with
our are
11Y Fort King Dairy. take tickets each evening. Inspect the mill and factory sale, as

Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for 7= I Chocolate and after was Mrs. Harvey Meadows of Asthony.
0 How about those fancy crackers for
Ocala Rifles
stove wood.W. I Ji'
your your tea? We have them in almost their formula. Toilet cases and comb and brush ,

P. Page of Manatee was at the endless variety, and would be glad for T. W. TROXLER sets at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore; "--4-f'

Montezuma today. I you to try them. H, B. Masters. also military brush sets.
. Fruits, Confections, Cigars and Tobacco -
The beet hot chocolate and whipped T. W. Smith & Co., the hardware Count D'Equivilley of Dallas is In Has Arrived aod will Stow alt week on

cream at Taylor's. dealers! sold a splendid wrought iron town today as a witness in the Melton

(cd Leather goods in great variety at the range to Mr. D. L. Belton of Summer- I I and Sigmon trespass case before District the Allan Rodgers Lot Opposite the '

'ostoffice' Drugstore. field, who was In town today.Remember. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chazal will givea Judge W. S. Bullock. Mr. Sigmonis

H I The Ocala Reading Club met today H.iviland china reduced card party January 19, in honor of sued in the sum of $1000. .
A. C. L. Passenger Depot.
at Mrs. C. V. Miller's. 20 per cent. at the Postoffice Drug- Miss Helen Bishop of Boston and Miss I J, Starr Sternberger and family, who

W cdw John W. Coulter of Blitchton was in store. Marie Patrick of New York. went to Savannah Saturday; are expected -, ,

Z the city this morning.The McNealy and Moriarty, carpentersand The seal of approval has been placedon home today.

contractors, building feather the automatic self-filling modern
sells are a
Fort nothingbut
King Dairy -
pure milk and cream. renovator for a party who will soon be fountain pen-Waterman. To be had THE Many Free Attractions, Fine Band, and

8 in town and conduct that business. at the Ani-Monopoly Drugsore.Dr. HOWARDORANGES
Plenty of frying size chickens at
> Rowe's Little Bonanza. I I We carry the finest and most com- G. Goldstein Is on deck, and a Good Show.

f plete line of soaps, perfumes and toi- there is no optical delusion in his and there are
There were thirty-seven arrivals at
let articles In the city. Tydings and prf-s<>nce. You who need his services I none better
the Ocala House
> yesterday. ,
Co. will find him at the Ocala House, pre- are for sale at retail

"Prettiest line of go-carts ever shownat The Foston Store presented a busy pared to serve you with skill and abil- and by the box by Announcement
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(U1) the Ocala Furniture Co.
Millinery
> scene jesterday. Besides the regular I"" His presence is never a matter of The 0. K. Grocery,

Haviland china reduced 20 per centat i force, t'E'lextra sales ladies were i doubt lie advertises and those who run W. M. Martin,

the Postoffice Drugstore. I employed and from 3 to 5 o'clock yesterday can read. C. H. Dame, .-, .'
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Just arrived, a beautiful display of i afternoon the store was packed The hunting season is on. We have Ferguson & Usher ::
I will sell out my entire stock of fine Millinery during the nextV
Florentine pottery at Weihe's.Fire with eager bargain hunters, and they the best stock of shells In the county. andC. I

sets fire screens irons, etc, found them. Marion Hardware Co. E. Taylor.The thirty days or open for business the most elegant line of ,
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> at the Marion Hardware Co. Wood, green or dry, pine, oak or mix Mrs G. S. Mover and son of Dun- Easter V
city court room was quite a lively Paris Importations For V
Mr. and Mrs. Allen of South Lake ed. 50c. and $1 per load .Ocala Wood nellon are visiting Mrs. M's. mother. \
place yesterday morning. Owing to
Weir came up this afternoon.S. Yard. Mrs. Edward Badger.We .

A. Standley has gone to Atlanta have an expert watchmaker and the fact that the manager or runnerof ever seen in the South. Style perfect; prices the lowest and shall
:Mrs. W. B. Newbern of Leroy has the Old Plantation show at the
I. for a car of horses and mules. jeweler, and can do your work promptly. continue to offer my business for sale thereafter. But I must sell
returned from a visit to friends at Barkout Carnival appropriated some-
Mr. J. K. Christian of McIntosh was Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Newbernare Ocala Music Co., Jewelers. one else's bicycle; a merrygoroundman hats for Easter if I am still.in the business. I want to sell out but

in the city today on legal business.All thinking seriously of going to Georgia G. R. Ellis, the fertilizer man of got too gay and five others of the will sell hats instead if I can't help it, and will sell them

of the hotels and boarding houses to reside.Davi Gainesville, was in town today and show who had pent up their surplus

of the city are filled with boarders.An sold to G. B. Tankersley of Coleman a spirits let them flow in a too frenzied So Cheap For My Usual Elegant Goods .
I carload of the Gainesville commodity,
elegant line of lace and portiere way, Marshal G. W. Cleveland and / xr

0F14a curtains at McIver and MacKay's. done up with a special formula to grow his guardians of the peace had to put I It Will Give the Country a Treat and the Ladies a ::. r-.
tomatoes.:
the influence of the law :
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. McCullough of S1oodro hypnotic upon Rare Opportunityto
The Fort King Dairy will deliver them and his honor sponged them down
Candler were in the city yesterday.
milk or cream to any part of the city with a sedative of municipal bromideand
Oyster fries, oyster stews, oystersraw buy a magnificent hat without an equal in the land, at prices that
before breakfastThe
J and on the half shell at Dame's. then all was peace. will prove I want to sell out my business. I will consider an offer to .
city council will meet tonight in
Taylor has a full line of Lowney's buy (and sell reasonable) for the next thirty days.Respectfully ,
regular monthly session; adjourned EGGS, 20 CENTS A DOZEN,
bulk candies. They are second to none. ROOM 12 P. Q. BLOCK from last yours : _
H HLL Tuesday.at
C At the Teapot Grocery
Sterling silver goods in table ware OCALA FLORIDA -- ,
the Marion Hardware Co. ,- -c-,
and novelties. A. E. Burnett the jew- MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS ;'
eler. Shotguns and revolvers of all kln 1i 8DURABILITY John N. Auchjnclossy a leading buMness !- \ V


Mrs. J. H. Spencer had the misfortune REAL ESTATE i City man and andy president apltaHst jbf the of New Dunnellon York .

[:( m this morning to lose her splendid :;>
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Fhosphate Company Is a guest of the

cow LOANS O.-ala House. /
CO.GENERAL .
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Fort King Dairy Is Just one mile -- .
The next Presbyterian church social
from the court house on Fort King av- INVESTMENTS
will be held at Mrs. G. M. Hubbard'snext
enue.
Monday afternoon, from 3 to 6.
Mrs. N. C. Berry of Dunnellon was
Phosphate Lands a Specialty Ir.Y.. F. Foxworth of Dunnellonwas LIVERYMEN
in town today, a guest of the Montezuma -
in the city yesterday to see his ,

I have the following properties In B ECONOMY I uncle Marshal G. W. Cleveland, whom

Carving sets, handsome ones and any Ocala and vicinity for sale: he had never met before.Mr. .
0 price desired at the Marion Hardware I Fine Carriages Baggies and Traps
1. House and lot on Oklawaha avenue and Mrs. A. H. Marsh and little ,

Co. between the residences of Dr. son. Henry, went to Jacksonville to- Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.
T. W. Smith & Co. received and Mrs. Howse vacat-
a car- Tidings ; lately BEAUTY day. Mr. Marsh will return tomorrow,

HH4 load of Patten's Sun Proof paint yes- ed by Dr. W. V. Newsom. but Mrs. Marsh and Henry will remain
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES
Q terday. 2. Two-story house on South Orange for a week. ,

Why pay more than 60 cents per street, belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin :Mr. G. W. Walters of Electra passed

pound for the best candies? See Taylor's and next door to residence of D. S, through Ocala-: is afternoon on his
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Horses and Moles for Sale. Horses
line. \Voodrow.

Seeds of all kinds, fresh and reliable 3. All of block. 22, Caldwell's addi- The Trinity of Desirable way Ben to Mayo Gainesville., one l of the bright bank Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.

Zo for fall and winter planting, at Ty- tion to Ocala (one acre) being the Qualifications in Paint men of Jacksonville, spent Sunday in V V:

dings and Co. property immediately north of Mr. J. .
Ocala with his family.Mr. l J. R. MARTIN & CO.
The celebrated Ostermoor mattressesfor R. Moorhead's home. t Knoblock/the young merchant of

P1 sale at factory prices, at the Ocala 4. The Alfred Davis house and lot i Martin, was I in.... lown this morning and .

Furniture Co. on South First street, next door to J. I made the Star a business visit.

[:( Mr. A. Pittman and Son's furniture store. PARIANHAS HEADQUARTERS FOR THE Louise Michel died in Paris Sun-
Boswell with the Will Ross
J. K. Christian of McIntosh was in CO. day. She was one of the most fren-
5. The Lewis Plater workshop on SINGER SEWING MACHINE
Phosphate Company at Dunnellon, was the city today and attended; the meeting zied leaders of the Commune in 1870.
in town today. South Second street. -
of the stockholderf the Central National
She was sentenced to death but her
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We have a beautiful stock of dia- 6. The Campbello Plantation. 2 imii THEMSTERNBERGER Bank. I sentence was commuted to exile for <

W mond rings, brooches and scarf pins. 3 southeast of town, consisting of t' f
life in French Guiana. A few years
A. R. Griffin and son of Anthony were -
Ocala Music Co., Jewelers.W. 75 acres of cleared and fenced land I Where Mrs. L. W Jackson will be to
I among the callers in the Brick City to- ago she was pardoned, and returned to
of the
and 165 acres of mixed oak, hickory and present the admirable qualities -
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Crosby the Bartow Junction Paris, much subdued.
turpentine operator, spent Sunday pine land of first quality; 6-room I I day. indispensable household necessity. Sup- }

with his family in this city. house; outhouses, cisterns, etc. This Our prescription department Is the plies of all kinds for sale. Mr. Wm. S. Crane of California aid, '-

J. property is right on the A. C. L. R. R., most up-to-date and has the most care- suffered for years with rheumatism and
Our calendars are handsomer than ful attention of any'ln the city. Ty- lumbago. He was finally advised to try r
and has a fine deposit of lime on it.
ever. Everyone says so. Come and see AND and Co. Chamberlain's Pain Balm which he
14l Postoffice 7: The Rogers place on the south- dings MEAN LUMBER Co
them. The Drugstore.Mr. did and it affected a complete cure.
west edge of town, consisting of two- Those registering at the Ocala Houseup
H. C. Groves is in Tampa attend- PHILLIPSOCALA The liniment is for sale by an'drug .
story house and SO acres of land. tu noon today were Mr. and Mrs.
ing the meeting of the State Board of WOOD gists. -. :4r.
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8. The Wade Hoard property, con- W. E. Whittle, Providence, R L; H.

Pharmacy, of which he is presidentJohn sisting of small house and lot. due FLORIDA H. Bassett and wife Floral City; W. WOOD It takes eight passenger trains a day 4

J. Harris of Valdosta. Ga., who south of D. E. Mclver's residence. B. Bridges, Jacksonville; C. W. Rush between Jacksonville and St Augustine.;-

wa.! in Ocala Sunday has gone to Citrato 9. 2Vs acres of land on S. 10th PL, I jj -- and wife, Dunnellon; T. A. Smith. Mc- WOOD to accommodate the local and" tourist _<<.' .

visit his mother Mrs. S. S. Harris. adjoining property of J. :M. Metfert; Intoeh; J. K. Christian, Mclntosh. traveL y

What's the use in going out to get suitable for subdividing Into lots; ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR SALE CHEAP' The city election in the second ward V WOOD50c Giles' woodyard has the largest sup

something good to eat? You can have it known as the Gamble place. A brand new, up-to-date Americanized was very tame ,apd. the voting light ply of stove and fireplace wood In the

in your own home if you will only order 10. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona St. Encyclopedia Britannica for sale There was no opposition to George R. and $J.OO per load town. Three wagons running. Prompt '

it from H. B. Master. next door to residence of R. G. Blake. cheap at this of 1ce. ilcKean for, alderman for that ward. .. _/ Telephone No. 126. delivery and large loads.
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