Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 2 4, 1905
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID00307
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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lccn - sn 84027621
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you are well aware, there are It not only looks well, but also wears

several different kinds of clothes, and they i well Even when the coat is worn and


are all seemingly good. It often happens L faded, it will still retain its shape. This

the goodness is all on the outside, and : means much to you, and we would like to

none of it is in the making. This is the tom 4, have you come in and talk this over with

vital point, and where the most care us. We are the sole agents for these

should be exercised. In the EFF-EFF g I Clothes, and we have had them for some

brand the goodness is on not only the out- i time. If we thought there was a better

side, but on the inside as well. That is brand made, we would soon change, but

where it gets its popularity, and where it y :t j as there is not, we have no reason to do. so.

is far ahead of all the others. .


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I WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE Monarch Brand and Wauchusett Brand of Gentlemen's Shirts.You .

will find that they are all we claim for them.

Arrow Brand of Collars. We have the finest assortment of Caps that can be found in the country Alpine Hats. Derbys.

Warm Underclothing in Wool, Cotton Mixed and Plush Lined Half Hose in all the Latest Patterns

Dress Suit Cases. Traveling Bags. .






CASE AGAINST CASSIE I States of America will not adjourn for I HONESTY THE BEST POLICYIt A CONGRESSMAN'S STORIES "PUT THEM IN JAIL" lawful rates and practices" on that roadin

I every show that comes along." That the transportation of coal and mine

Her Lawyers Are Confident That She I settled it.CHICAGO. I Certainly Was Best for the Woman Representative Martin J. Wade of President Roosevelt's Order Regardingthe supplies. The charges involve also the

Will be Acquitted, Even if Who Lost the PocketbookA low a, the only democratic member Big Thieves of the Meat 'I Colorado Fuel and Iron Company.

Brought to Trial I AND FLORIDA LIMITEDVia I A :\ Ga., paper of Tuesday IroTi that state in this Congress, was Trust THAT TICKLING IN THE THROAT

Cleveland, 0., Feb. 3.-After all the I I said: "While the Central of Georgia among the casualties reported after the Washington, Feb. 4.-"Put some of,
I Louisville & Nashville Railroad ,
furor raised over :Mrs.: Chadwick, she train from Atlanta, which reaches Macon November landslide, says the Wash- the packers if there is any way by One minute after taking One Minute
Only solid Pullman train, with observation i
may never be convicted of any: crime," and library cars from Floridato at 11:33; was standing in the union im:ton correspondent of the New York which you can prove that they have i I Cough Cure that tickling in the throat
I is It acts in the throat, not the
and attorneys here are already conceding St. Louis, Chicago, the West and depot, a few minutes before continu- Post. Wade popular, and the other violated and are violating the law," is gone.
night he was given a complimentary I stomach. Harmless-good for children.
that the prosecution will have a I Northwest, with much quicker time ing its journey to Savannah, a lady the order which the president issued to
alt ner by his admiring republican A. L. Spofford, postmaster at Chester,
hard fight on its hands. The fact that I than on any other line. All meals in passenger from Louisville, Ky., who I trionds. He listened to the nice things Attorney General Moody after the cabi- Mich., says: "Our little girl was unconscious -
dining car; service, a la carte. Finest
the attorneys for the state and the I was en route to Jacksonvil'e, Fla, said about him and then replied: net meeting :yesterday, when they discussed from strangulation during a
dining car service in the South. I I I
Unled Sates are in no hurry to bring i stepped from the rear end of the vestibule "That reminds me of an experience the supreme court decision sudden and terrible attack of croup.
Leave St. Augustine daily 8 a. m.
the woman to trial is put forward as' Leave Jacksonville daily 9:30 a. m. I and walked down the asphalt I wh'ch a neighbor of mine had with a I against the beef trust. I I Three doses of One Minute Cough Cure
bull. After he had been lifted out ofhe I Mr. Moody was inclined to be little : half an hour apart speedily cured her.I .
another indication that the casesagainst : Arrive Chicago next day 4:30 p. m.1 walk along the train for a few min a ,
her have not yet fully devel ,i Arrive St. Louis next day, 1:36 p. m.l, utes' recreation lot to the other side of the fence more lenient with the packers. He was: cannot praise One Minute Cough Cure
oped. I Also through Pullman drawing room I "When she alighted from the train lie recovered himself sufficiently to ob- disposed to overlook their past offenses i I too much for what it has done in our

Her attorneys, J. p Dawley and S. T. sleeping cars dally from Jacksonville I her purse, containing $200 in bills, was s>erfthe bull on the opposite side of I and to go no further than to i I[I family." It always gives relief. Sold
the fence, bowing and scraping and hold them to absolute compliance with i by all druggists.
Ki-rruish, assert that, while she may on A. C. L. 8:05 p. m. Train to Birmingham loosely dangling from her belt. In
ha\ been mixed up in very unusual :' Nashville, Evansville, St. I' some manner this became unfastenedand making guttural sounds. the law as it has been laid down by the i

finaiu-ial transactions, she did not utl'i Louis, Chicago, on S. A. L., 8:55 a. m., 'I the purse dropped to the floor "That's all right,' he said 'but you supreme court. It was his idea to give ,STANDARD OIL MUST BE SCARED

any criminal methods to get money. : train to Pensacola Mobile and New' where it remained a few seconds unno- can't make me believe you didn't mean I them a very short time to reform and I

They sey that she did not conspire with ;:;Orleans. ticed. Julien" Smith, 12 years of age, it.: '. then, if they failed to obey the law, Cleveland, Feb. 4.-The Standard Oil
During the campaign Mr. Wade had in letter and to institute criminaland Company: has reduced the price of all
tht- Oberlin bank officers to obtain I i If best service is desired ask for : a newsboy, residing on Plum street, no- I spirit
money, but merely overdrew her accounts ', tickets via L. & X ticed the purse lying on the floor and a pifmnition that he was destined to civil prosecutions.But i grades of refined oil 1 cent a gallon.A .
at the Citizens' Xational I defeat but he kept on with his fight the president was not inclined I
Bank. For rates, Pullman reservations, etc, picked it up and opened it. Seeing the
As to the forgery charges, they say call on or write Geo. E. Herring Fla ," large amount of money in it, instead of ird took the Iowa voters into his confi toward leniency. "Show them no mercy A MENACE TO HEALTH no one has yet come forward who i itS Pass Agt. :06 W: Bay St., Jacksonville claiming it for his own, he started to dence. ;' was his mandate. "They have had II
ivrt.iin the signatures were placed I Fla.Phone I give it to the depot policeman. "You observe," he said, "that the republicans no mercy on the people, and are entitled Kidney trouble is an insidious dan-

on the notes by Mrs. Chadwick, and "About this time the lady discoveredher have brought into our district -, to no more consideration than'I ger, and many people are victims of a
that unless the their candidate for vice president any other law-breaker. They have not serious malady before the
state can produce such No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for loss and made a rush for the car, i i symptoms
I !II" won no jury can convict her of i ir" i your stove wood. thinking she left it on the seat she was their secretary of the treasury, obeyed the law as it was enunciated by'are recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure

0:" ( y, I I occupying. Seeing the lady greatly half a dozen United States senators, Judge Gro.e.cup." corrects irregularities and strengthensand

i'II'> fad is Mrs. Chadwick obtainedt excited over something the lad ap- and all the paid spellbinders they This being the case, twenty-five offi- builds up the kidneys, and it should
t The Jacksonville board of trade madea
< he r loans on her personal notes or I i proached hef and asked if she had lost could hire. Well, that reminds me of I cials and employes of the leading packing be taken at the first indication of kidney -
contribution of $l'OO toward securing I
,'h-'ks. Bankers may have been in- I[ !I the money. Being answered in the affirmative a bibulous friend of mine whom I was firms are to be prosecuted at once. j trouble, as it is impossible to have
the I I
meeting of the Xational Good
fluI'n ued in an indirect way to lend the honest lad returned the once taking home. It was after midnight They can be brought up for violation of good health if the kidneys are derang-
Roads Association in that city. i
mou fv because she had notes' signed purse to the lady. and on the way I was arguing I Judge Grosscup's injunction and indicted i ed. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.

'\1 h ('arnegie's name; but, it is argued, "About this time the conductor of the with him after this fashion: by the Federal grand jury under I i

they did not lend directly on these I READ THISSpruce train announced, 'All aboard!' and the, 'You can't drink all the whiskey in the anti-trust laws. Evidence against I FORTY DRINKS WAS HIS LIMIT

non.s. Her attorneys: say there was no lady hastily boarded the train, but the world; I started to say, when sud- them has been secured not only in Chi-

ui','!Mug or offering with intent to de- I Pine, Ala., Dec. 1, "".-Dr.j' gave the boy 10 cents before leaving." denly we came to the town distillery- cago, but at outside; packing points, I Vienna, Austria Feb. 4.-Joseph

i! tUil.Thf. IE. W. Hall Dear Sir: I spent last year!. It loomed before us, every window during the last six months. Gicklhorn, married, father of fire children -

trial, which is fixed for early in brightly illuminated. bet that he could drink a hundred -
j your city: and while there your: remedy -j i HEADQUARTERS FOR THE
IM.irt h promises to produce yet furth- was recommended to me. After 'No.: said my friend thickly, "but, THE DEATH PENALTYA I small glasses of schnaps. He
,-' tfnsations. one of which might easily ,trying several other physicians, purchased I look there! I ken make 'em work over I drank 40, fell from his chair and died
l>r the acquittal of the latest apostle of I time.: little thing sometimes results in of alcohol poisoning.
one small bottle of
:your rem- At Helvenston-BIitch-Pasteup Com- \. I
frenzied finance. I death. Thus a mere scratch, insignificant -
edy. It cured me. Respectfully.S. I
I W. Brewer. I pany I PERFECT CONFIDENCEWhere cuts or puny boils have paid theVath i Everyone Interested
Where Mrs. L. W Jackson will be to/ penalty. It is wise to have
I present the admirable qualities of lire there used to be a feeling of I BV-klen's Arnica Salve ever handy. It I In Poultry
indispensable household necessity. Sjip- uneasiness and worry in the householdhen I I is Ifce best Salve on earth and will pre- I I i Should call at 81, North Magnolia

a F orn Mrs. Roger A. Fryer's "Remin small: bottle of the Texas Wonder plies of all kinds for sale. I a child showed symptoms of 'ven& fatality, when Burns Sores, Ulcers -I I street, and inspect one of the finest in-

iscences." HaIrs Great Discovery, cure}/all 11 I I c. .up, there is now perfect confidence. &nd Piles threaten. Only :25c.! at i culators ever put upon the market.

Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes' ANOTHER CASE'OF RHEUMATISM Th\s is owing to the uniform success of the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Positive regulation; even hen temperature -

When the first embassy from Japan Gravel, cures Diabetes Seminal imis- !i Cured by Chamberlain's Pain Balm Ch .berlain's Cough Remedy in the ; no guessing at ventilation ort

amv.-i Washington a member of sions, Weak and Lame BacksjRheu- trea anent of that disease. :Mrs.: M. I. AFTER THE ATCHISON, moisture; clean, pure air for eggs and
th- Senate rose and said: "The first I matism.. and all irregularities/of. the 1 1I I I The efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain BasfoVi: of Poolesville. Md.. in speak- 'Ii TOPEKA AND SANTA FE chicks. This machine la guaranteedto

ambassadors from venerable country -I Kliaeys and Bladder in both *nen and I Balm in the relief of rheumatism is being ing ofVier experience in the use of hatch every fertile egg placed in its

of Japan are about to arrive. I I w men. Regulates Bladder troubles in' demonstrated daily. Parker Trip- that remedy, says: "I have a world of Washington, Feb. "Flagrant, willful care. Incubators and brooders, all

move the Senate do now adjourn to I children. If not sold by your druggist,'p l' lett, of Grigsby, Va., says that Cham- confidence in Chamberlain's Cough and continuous violations" of law I sizes, furnished on short notice.

meet and welcome the Japanese."I will be sent by mail on receipt of $1. berlain's Pain Balm gave him permanent Remedy for I have used it with perfect during the past five years is the way

Immediately another senator was on One small bottle is two months' treat-( relief from rheumatism in the success. My child Garland, is sub- In which the Atchison Topeka and The Ocala News Company has Just

his feet not to second the motion, but! ment, and seldom fails to cure any case back when everything else failed, and ject to severe attacks of croup and it Santa Fe railroad is arraigned in a de- received a very pretty line of burnt

to say sharply: "Mr. President, I hum- I above mentioned. Sold by all drug-: he would not be without it. For sale I I I always gives him prompt relief." For cision promulgated by the interstate leather goods, some of which are sou-

bly trust the Senate of the United Sists. i by the Postoffice Drugstore. sale by the Postoffice Drugstore. commerce commission on "alleged un venirs of cala.OCALA .

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Grace Episcopal
Bishop Coppin delivered a very interesting DEPARTMENT
9:30 a. m.-Sunday school and i lecture Wednesday night at
dren's service. | Mt Zion A. M. E. church to an appreciative
i Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor.
11 a. m.-Morning prayer, holy audience on observations in

munion and sermon. i South Africa, where a few ;years ago I

7:30: p. m.-Evening prayer ,, 1 he served as bishop among the people!' SUNDAY SERVICESMt.

mono of that country. In substance he said

Guild of St. Margaret Monday i it was the negro father land. He said f ,I OCALAFLA.Beginning Moriah Baptist ChurchDr.

p. m. !, : Cape Town was a miniature New York: ( D. H. Brown. Pastor.)

Class for Bible study > j City, with all its comforts pleasures, J .
: i 9:30 a. m.-B. Y. P. U.
rectory at 8 p. m. I II miseries and sins. A noted American i iI
i I 11 a. m.-Church roll calL
i i I once said, "It Africa would sink into I
Methodist i 3 p. m.-Services.
the sea it would not be missed," but
9:30 a. m.-Sunday school. 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by pastor.
Joseph Cook, in pronouncing a eulogyon
11 a. m.-Preaching by Rev -
I this man, said "if he had not diedso
Docking of Jacksonville. I Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church
I 1 soon he would have lived longer,"

Lord's supper. i for Africa is the coming country of the ((Rev. R. S. guarterman, Pastor.)
3:30 p. m.-Epworth League. ,
!j earth. The harbor of Capetown is noj]
7:15 m.-Worshlp. 9:30 a. m.-Sunday schooL
I | longer called the harbor of storms, but I I
reception of members. 3 11 a. m.-Preaching by conference
I the harbor of Cape Good Hope. In it
A full attendance is earnestly ]minister.
I he has seen 300 vessels at anchor at one
ed. A welcome to all, and a 3:30 p. rn.-Preaching by Bishop
; time from all parts of the commercial
vitation is extended to I Tanner.
world. At Capetown everything possible 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by Bishop
Presbuterian i i for man's use could be secured. MONOAY
I Coppin.
9:45 a. m.-Sabbath school. I: I There he found Heinz's goods, from

11 a. m.-Worship. Subject: j I Pittsburg, Pa., and the goods of Armour Covenant Baptist Church

vidual Responsibility." Some j and other American packers of 4
I (Rev. 11. W. 'Newsome. Pastor.)
suggested by the recent revival. canned and preserved goods. Duringthe
j 9:30 a. m.-B. Y. P. U.
6:20: j). m.-Y. P. S. C. E. Boer war thousands and thousands

7 p. m.-Worship. Preaching b I i of people from every commercial country 11 a. m.-Special services.

11. N. Ogden of Cincinnati. | j I flocked to Capetown to share its 3:30 p. m.-Sunday schooL

Good music and a cordial 'I I i fortunes. Every Saturday afternoon FEBRUARY 6 6At tor.7:30 p. m.-Special sermon by pas-

takes place the freedom of the ,
The pastor wants to see every i iI I streets

member at church at the I I when from 3 p. m. until midnight all Second Baptist Church

vice. He has an important i car traffic is suspended and given up
to the people. 11 a. m.-Preaching.

Baptist I I The bishop said that in God's presence I 3 p. m.-Services.
II 7:30 m.-Services.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. I I I and in God's blessed dispensations I Igraphically p.
i I all are equal, and to impress the fact the Show Grounds
11 ::
a. m.-Morning worship. ( : Zion M. E. Church
Sermon, "Consulting the I narrated important inci-
I dents in the history of the Russian em- (Rev. W. O. Bartley, Pastor.)
of Ephesus. LOT OPPOSITE: A. C. L. DEPOT
pire, in which the czar, who longed so
Anthem, "In Heavenly Lose 9 a. m.-Love feast.
earnestly and prayed so devotedly for
ing"-Langdale. I 11 a. m.-Preaching by Bishop McCabe.
an heir to the throne and ,
Ordinance of the Lord's |I i none came 3 p. m.-Preaching by Rev.. J. P.
adopted a child for that wonderful
6:15 p: m.-B. Y. P. U. Wragg.

Subject: "The Enlarging I throne as his successor. Shortly after 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by Rev. C. C.
this an heir was born to the czarina
'I '
Leader, CANVAS
Mr. Harry Cole. OPERA Jacobs.
sic. and great was the rejoicing, and a little -

later it was christened
7 p. m.-Evening worship. ,. with such St. James Episcopal Church
pomp and dazzling splendor that the
Song service.
like of which the world has never seen, 11 a. m.-Services.
Anthem "Jubilate Deo"-
and to impress all the world that this 3 p. m.-Sunday schooL
Sermon, "That Old
child was set apart for 7:30 p. m.Services.New .
il." a great destiny, HOUSE
was favored and ranked away above all
Duet, Mesdames McKean
other children of the world because of Zion Baptist Church
"Over the Stars There is
its prospective power. But this child, 9:30 a. m.-Sunday schooL
At all services seats free and
deemed the favored infant of the 11:00-Services.
dial welcome to all.
I| world, was in the sight of God no better 3:00 p. m.-Services.
cially invited to worship with
1 I or held higher rank in the great 7:30 p. m.-Services.

scheme of God's redeeming plan ofI
I I salvation than the infant of the lowliest Call at the Mack House for comfortable -

There will be held in Ocala and humblest parents in the world CI PARKS lodging and first class meals.

Salvation was the most important subject West Broadway.
day, February 18, a teachers' I I
for mortal to consider.
fur those engaged in that Come out and hear Dr. J. P. Wragr
this It is : The bishop is a man of say 45. medium I
county. sincerely tomorrow afternoon and
-I I Dr. C. C. Jacobs
sized, stockily built and a genuine
Superintendent Cam that every at night.
m son of Ham in features.
"ill be. present no matter \\'h I II
deliberation and knows when t of I Bishop McCabe will preach at Zion
or br school is out or not. Taylor'i
stress his appeals to the impenitent. 3 I. E. church tomorrow morning and

\ ordain deacons. He will ordain eldersin

The first action when you I J The Original Bee Hive on West

should be to relieve the lungs I Foley & Co., Chicago, originatedHoney Broadway is the place to secure bar-

Lest: accomplished by the free : ; and Tar as a throat and lung gains In Christmas toys, assorted chinaware -

Chamberlain's Cough Remed} I remedy, and on account of the great GO.I toilet articles, wire Jewelry,

remedy liquifies the tough ; ; merit and popularity of Foley's Honeyand clocks, watches. General repairing a

and causes its expulsion from ; Tar many imitations are offered specialty.
cells\ of the lungs, produces
; ; for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey Bishop Tanner will preach at Mt

Irf>ctoration and opens the and Tar and refuse any substitute Zion A. M. E. church tomorrow after

A complete core soon follows. I II ; offered, as no other preparation will Representing the Sensational noon and Bishop Coppin at night at
the Postoffice I
Drugstore I give the same satisfaction. It is mildly I l the same church.

I ; : I laxative. It contains no opiates and
OCALA HOUSE in! safest for children and delicate Hot soda apparatus at the Red
I sons. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore !|i Comedy Drama in Four Acts Cross Pharmacy, West Broadway

W. Andrews. Wm. Rattle, ii i where you can get hot lemonade, gin-

:ft. H. KIng R. Alexandria Don't you think it is abaut time and Ten Scenes Entitled gem chocolate, bouillon, coffee etc. Everything

more; A. Friesleben, Xew ; you bought yourself an overcoat? wet; ;i is In first class order. Holiday -

Uundersheimer, New York; G. i! have them in all styles and prices, as ndj> I!i prices. Call and satisfy yourself.

sons, Jacksonville; Edward : fit and
your purse person. "The The editor of this department, being
Dunnellon; John F. Towle. House That Treats You "
II j d Right. I the statistician of the conference, was
T. Docking, Jacksonville: ,
'I' I "THE FATAL not able to give the news of today on
White Springs; C. A. Atkins, ; ) THE SAN DOMINGO SITUATION
account of rush of business. A full account -
11. C. Utley. Illinois; D. M. \ -
will appear in Monday's issue.L. .
timore: H. L. Ezello, Florida; A New Protocol Will be Drawn Up by

Gordon, city: R. J. Knight. e United States Government Green, the tonsonal artist and

River; W. F. Baker St. ; I <:I Washington, Feb. 4.-Notwithstanding WEDDING"A lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft

Mrs. E. C. Turner. Tom e the reports from Santo Domingo and sweet and my hair-cut is the bestI

lanta; C. F.: Clark, Valdosta; J. r that the United States has taken ov I! have two of the finest chairs that turn
(chincloss New York :-\. Esen1 1 the management of the custom housesin i every way. Razors fixed in all styles

vannah: Jas. Turney, New : j that country in accordance with the play of real life in the Big City of New York. Call and be convinced. West Broad-

itch Ingli', Port Inglis: ; J. F. :\ I terms of a recent agreement negotiated' way next to A. Smith.
Bristling with Novelties. A
strong Acting Cast
Jacksonville; A. Green. New ; by United States Minister Dawson and Tompkins, the an round hustler of

K OldHeld, Atlanta; G. A. Commander Dillingham, of the navy, wonderful Mechanical Effects. Beautiful Scenery. the city market blue stall, stands readyto
Leroy; H. E. Gwinn. Florida. I
Ii i the state department announces that supply the public with best choice

t the agreement has been rejected by this A play that appeals to everybody, that is crowned meats and pork sausage in the county.

THE SUNSHINE OF government. It is stated however, thata Customers will testify to the same;

new protocol will be drawn up. covering with sensation...that presents life as it exists in the j also has on hand daily, the Cedar Key,

The salve that cures '' the main points in the first agre- j Homosassa and Crystal River oysters,
is DeWitt's Witch Hazel \' '!I ment.IL.ALEXANDEH. i i City of New York. I
and fish of all kinds, at holiday prices
Burns, Boils. Bruises and :, d l, I i Give him a call.

apj'ear before the use of this i ;i; i ; EVERY MOTHER, FATHER SWEETHEART
snow does before the iI A. W. Walker, the world champion

spring. Miss H. :\Middleton, i j i \I 1 AND CHILD SHOULD) SEE IT. shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen

111. says: "I was seriously 1 i i.t I I ;! Practical I razors, hair clippers and scissors and

fever sore that was I be convinced of his superior ekill. Razors
very : -
:j t i I CARPENTER AND BUILDER MONDAY NIGHT the curtain will rise at 8
IVWitt's Witch Hazel Salve ;: honed and concaved in all styles.

ill less than a week." Get the !I' .5 Careful estimates made on all contract o'clock. Beautiful music will be presented by the Call at No. 115 N' Magnolia street
S"1 1 all druggists. I next S. A. L.
< by: i work. Gives more and better work for

i r -he money than any other in town. Orehestra. Clever specialties will be introduced::! be-

Otis Landers left today for j jtn FAILEDAll
uk charge of a job office j jlii j tween acts.
i i, i ir efforts haTe failed to find a bet-
man. manager and editor of ]I IKE TOMPKINS ter remedy for coughs colds and lung
all! and Era.DESERVED. I
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar.

I I s j i Has a well selected stocky of: 40 PEOPLE ON THE STAGE 40y > It prevents stops the serious cough results heals the from lungs a cold.and

To cure Constipation and I ; I j Fresh Meats oi all kinds. i J. N. Patterson, Nashua, Ia.. writes:

bU-s by gently moving the : "Last winter I ha da bad cold on my
., -ting as a tonic to the liver, I j Vegetables and Greens. POPU LAR PRICES I lungs and tried at least half a dozen

IH! Early Risers. These i I Fresh and Salt Water Fish received t f dvertised cough medicines and had

Tills are mild, pleasant and i, Cedar ptreatment from two physicians without
every day. Key Oysters; Adults 25 35 and 50 Cents
but effective and sure. Their j j ; h I receive daily. Leave yu.r: orderswith : geting ary benefit A friend recommended -

us* for many years is a strong i me. Prompt delivery. I: Foley's Honey and Tar, and

tee of their popularity and I I Matinee prices, J5 and 25c. i two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I

fold? by all druggists. consider it the
I I. E. TOMPKINS greatest cough and lung
j I p i medicine in the world." Sol dby the-

Nuts fruits and candies at 1 F. City Market. Mathushek Pianos Used Exclusively in Theatre. I Post&fflce Drugstore.P .


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The National Biscuit Company has brought the science of baking close
to the point of perfection. practically revolutionizing the baking of biscuit,
crackers and wafers.It .
makes them better than they have ever been made before; it keeps them
fresh in air tight packages, as they have never been kept before, and all this
goodness it guarantees by placing a trade mark in red and white on each end
of the package, so that even the toddler peeping eagerly over the counter's edge,
may buy as safely as the thoughtful housewife.

If every woman in the land could actually know
the high quality, the never-ending care, the infinite
skill, the absolute cleanliness that is representedby ssitt
every package bearing this trade markof IIF
the National Biscuit Company, it is certain that there never would be
another biscuit, cracker or wafer sold in a common paper bag.

That this happy consummation may come to pass, the National Biscuit
Company will invite the ladies of this city to join them in pleasant entertain-
ment and thus become acquainted in a really delightful way with the most
delicious baking in the world.

Watch for the Announcement
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story' of the first dinner at the LETTERS PATENT Seaboard Air-Line Ry.

White House enjoyed by Sam Hous- Notice Is hereby given that we the

TheEffective ton, the first governor of Texas is undersigned will apply to the governor I

worth recalling, says Sir Henry Seton- of the state of Florida, four weeks I -FOR-

Karr. in "My: Sporting Days." after the publication of this notice, for I

Remedy For the first time in his life Houston
letters under the following
proposed -
Savannah Columbia Southern
Camden Pines Raleigh
I I tasted champagne, which proved muchto charter: ,

1 WAJHISOTOS, IOWA, April 4,19CS. his liking. Toward the end of the B. W. Blount, I Richmond, Washington Baltimore, Philadelphia,
war troubled tor
over a with
yew so scanty a flow that
It was virtually suppression. A heavy cold superinduced thu banquet olives were handed round, Thos. C. Hall, and New York.
condition The and nothing I could do seemed to help me.lWs4itaw these being an article of diet also not R. S. Hall, I
only effective remedy I ever found was Wine of
Root j CardnL Within two weeks I felt the good effects of the med- contained in the new governor's phil- J. D. Robertson, THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
"Stfflo.Vi6.'l had used 13 bottles in aU 1 was as healthy I
hilDd r.uf1rOman could wish to be. osophy. He took an olive in his mouth, J. N. Tiller
sister used it 1r expectinV
s M>ther and found that It made childbirth to become compart 10 and not liking the taste, promptly returned E. K. Nelson.A. I SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
inelJ easy and after the child was born she found i21t'helped It to his plate. Just then the
that is her to regain her strength. r P. Stuckey, I
president looked down the table. E. P. Thagard. I
Gun Woinr aoCU1'-,8oirMy o.1'mtr..a.WINEolCARDUI "How are you getting on, Governor

Houston?" he remarked. Copy of Proposed Charter of

There was a moment's silence as the SEABOARD MAIL
distinguished assemblage looked with
We, the undersigned, hereby associate -
interested curiosity at this-to them-
ourselves together for the purposeof
new specimen of manhood from a distant -
Wine of Cardui cures nine out of every ten cases of the disordersof and then comparatively unkown becoming incorporated under the MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTThe

menstruation. These cures are permanent, whether the trouble is laws of the state of Florida, applicableto
part of the West Seaboard Florida Limited Is a solid vestibuled train composed exclusively -
complicated not.
or corporations for profitARTICLE
"Wai, president the new governor of new Pullman equipment dining car, double drawing room, sleepers -

Wine of Cardui cures the sickness of young girls, relieves the calmly replied, "I like your cider, but I. stateroom and observation cars, erating between St Augustine and
weakness of adults, banishes leucorrhoea headaches
backaches and damn your pickles." The name of this corporation shall Jacksonville to New York via Washln gton; leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p.
nervousness and eases the crisis attendant the
on change of life. be The Blount Real Estate Company, m., and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily, including Sundays.

Thousands of mothers besides Miss Root's sister have How about those fancy crackers for and its principal place of business shall

found grateful relief from the pains of childbirth and have your tea? We have them in almost be in Ocala, Marion 'county, Florida. ONLY LINE

had a quick and happy recovery from its use. You cannot C'A j endless variety, and would be glad for The directors may establish branch Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans

afford to suffer when $1.00 bottles are sold by all !1 you to try them. H. B. Masters. I'lates of business or offices at such For full information and sleeper reservations, call on any agent Seaboard
druggISts. I
points within the state of Florida
as or write:
IJ WANTED-Turpentine woodsman at they may deem necessary.
4- I A. O. MACDONELL, A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON. JR., P. A..
'.. ", 4C
- -- Tampa Fla. Apply to W. T. Hen- ARTICLE IL
I Jacksonville, Florida.
dricks, R. F. D., :No. 2, Tampa, Fla.
The general nature of the business j I
to be transacted is: I
1. To acquire lands, the timber and

RESIAURANKr- The board of county commissionersof mineral privileges, by purchase, leaseor I

:Marion county, Florida, will receive otherwise. A New Train

sealed bids until 4 o'clock p. m., Mon- 2. To buy, sell and exchange, for itself -

day, February 6, A. D. 1905, for the or as the agent for others, all

vx. > First Class Meals erection of a court house at Ocala, I kinds of real and personal property. To Hot Springs, Ark.,

Florida, as per plans and specificationson 3. To own, operate and control all

file in the clerk's office at Ocala, kinds of both real and
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESOysters Fla. and in the office of H. J. Klutho, sonal. property, per- Via the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTENow

Uedeman building, Jacksonville, Fla. 4. To make contracts with private

in All Styles.Dining Each bid must contain full name of individuals, and other corporations, leaves Memphis daily at 11:l' p, m., operating through chair car and
the party or parties interested in the and
municipal corporations, for the acquisition -
sleeping car to Little Rock and Hot Springs, Ark., latter being open for occupancy -
same and be accompanied by a certified -
or sale of all kinds of personal every evening at 9 o'clock. This train also connects at Little Rock

Room open until midnight. Personal check on some solvent bank in the property, tangible or intangible, and to for all points in Arkansas Louisiana, Texas and Indian Territory giving the-
sum of $1000, payable to the board of
attention given to special orders, anythingthe exercise all rights and privileges acquIred Iron Mountain Route three trains dally to the Great Southwest, leaving Mem-
county commissioners of Marion coun-
market offers prepared for the table on under such contracts. phis daIly at 8:50a m., 8 p. m., and 11:15 p. mAll
ty, Florida, as a guarantee that if the
5. To do
any and all things reasonable trains from the Southeast connect with the Iron Mountain Trains at
short notice. bid Is contract will be
accepted, a entered and
necessary to carry out the Memphis. For rates, maps, etc., address,
into. Plans and specifications I purposes herein set forth.ARTICLE .
can be had by applying to the architect, HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS ,
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar IIL
Traveling Passenger Agent,
provided $35 be deposited with him as
The amount of capital stock author- Jan. 13 and 17, Feb. 7 and 21, 34 West 9th St,
Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. surety that same will be returned in
good condition, when check will be returned ized is fifty (50) thousand dollars, divided Mar. 7 and 21, Apr. 4 and 18. CHATTANOOGA, TENN

Special Price to Regular Boarders The board reserves the right I into 500 shares, of the par value
of one hundred dollars each-five thousand -
to reject any or all bids.H. .

THE CARMICHAEL & SON W. Long, dhairman." dollars of which capital stock shall
GOAt RatesRound
Attest: S. T. Sistrunk Clerk.XOTCE be payable in cash, and forty-five Special

thousand dollars of which capital stock

McGrath's Stand"Prove -OF APPLICATION FOR I' shall be payable in property at a just trip colonist rates to Texas Oklahoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory -
valuation to be fixed by the board of
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter 'I each first and third Tuesday.
I directors, at a meeting to be called for One-way and round trip colonist rates to the West and NorthwestOneway
4S8! Laws of Florida.

All Things; Hold Fast to That Which is Good. Notice is hereby given that Susanah such purpose. colonist rates to California and the Northwest from :March 1

ARTICE IV. until May 15, 1905.
Jenkins, purchaser of tax certificate
The term for which this corporation Special first class round trip rates to Colorado every day until May 1;
No. 540, dated the 2nd day of November ,
is to exist is ninety-nine years. -eturn limit June 1, 1905.
A. D. 1896, has filed said certificatein
ECLIPSEPatented The choice of the two most direct routes and three gate-ways,
I my office and has made applicationfor ARTICLE V.

tax deed to issue in accordancewith I The business of this corporation is to Union and Southern Pacific.

law. Said certificate embraces the be conducted by a president, vice pres-
I Thorugh Pullman tourist cars operated each Monday from Atlanta to San
August 25th, 1903. following described property situated ident, and a secretary and treasurer,
Francisco without change, via Montgomery and New Orleans.
-- I in Marion county, Florida, to-wit: Set and a board of directors, consisting of

A WONDERFUL INVENTION.Saves of sea;, sec 13, tp 14, r 20. The said five persons, from which board of directors Ask for particulars. J. F. VAN RENSSELAER. Gen. AgU

Time, Saves Money, and Best of All, Saves Woman land being assessed at the date of the the other officers above men- 13 Peachtree St. Atlatna, Ga.

issuance of such certificate in the name tioned shall be elected. Provided: That

Ironing Day No Longer Dreaded. of party unknown. Unless said certificate the offices of secretary and treasurer I Ii i

shall be redeemed according to may be held by one person, and any !;

No danger of heat exhaustion. No hot range to fret and fume over. law, tax deed will issue thereon on stockholder may hold either 'or both ofi i PREMIUMS ARE PAIDTo

Don't fail to see it. If you do not examine it now, the time may come the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1905. .said offices. An annual meeting of the I

had. Witness my official signature and stockholders shall be held on the sec-
then you will wish you
to Perfection without seal this the 2Sth day of January. D. ond Tuesday in March of each year for
You can do Ironing or Fluting heating or burningout I

your stove; without heating up your room; without ever changing 1905. S. T. Sistrunk, the election of officers, and the following Capital, Brains or MuscleIn

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. named officers are to conduct the
fine linen without oil
irons; without smutting or scorching your ; using gas, The Great Southwest
business of this until those
or gasoline, or having any danger of explosion.One corporation
NOTICE OF APPLICATION: FOR cte'-ted at the first annual meeting shall
Iron is all a family needs. It will remain heated Four Hours at an ARKANSAS, INDIAN TERRITORY, OKLAHOMA
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap- be qualified, namely: B. W. Blount,
expense of Less Than Half a Cent.It
ter 4SS8, Laws of Florida. president; A. P. Stuckey, vice presi- TEXAS AND NEWMEXICO
will polish equal to any work done oy a steam laundry. ,

You can iron in your sitting room during the winter, and in a cool, com- Notice is hereby given that J. O. High- dent; E. K. Nelson secretary and
treasurer, and B. W. Blount AlexanderP. Where seemingly unlimited resources await development.Vast .
fortable place during the summer months.It tower, purchaser of tax certificate No
Sluckey. Richard S. Hall, John D. tracts ot agricultural lands uncultivated square
2340 dated the :3rd! of October, A.
Is perfectly clean, and starch will not stick to it. It is made of durable day
miles of forest, whole sections underlaid with valuable
t.obertson, E. P. Thagard. directors.
D. 1898 has filed said certificate in
metal Is nickel-plated, and will not rust. my
minerals-these are examples of the Soutnwest's Open
... See It. Learn What It .Examine It Now, for We Shall Call but Once office. and has made application for tax ARTICLE VI.
Door to Success. Write for illustrated literature or
The Advertising Agent is paid to show it to you. Be generous enoughto deed to issue in accordance with law.Said Tae highest amount of indebtednessto i better still,

spare him a few minutes of your time when he calls. certificate embraces the following which this corporation can at any I]

described" property fituated in Marion lime subject itself is fifty thousand i'I GO AND SEE FOR YOURSELF

county, Florida, to-wit: Se!4 of swig, dollars ($30,000). !
AETNA IRON I CO. i An ounce of personal investigation is worth a pound of
o see 12, tp 16, r 23. The said land being ARTICLE VII. i| description.

assessed at the date of the issuance
'. 14 New York Avenue, NEWARK, N. J. The names and places of residenceof
of such certificate in the name of F. Q.
the subscribers, together with the Exceptionally Low Rates
SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTIONApply Brown, Trustee. Unless said certificate -
amount of capital stock subscribed by
Greenfield Bros., at the Club House. Ocala for the coming week. shall be redeemed according to each, is as follows: The 1st and 3d Tuesdays
law tax deed will issue thereon on the
County rights for sale, and agents canted everywhere. Address SharesB. Rolls! OF EACH MONTH
:27th day of February.. D. 1905. :Name I

Witness my official signature andseal W. Blount ... ,Ocala Fla . 15 GEO. H. LEE, G. P. A. S. L PARROT, D. P. A.

this the 24th day of January, A.I Thos. C. h ail..Ocala, Fla..IO Little Rock, Ark. Atlanta, Ga.

>. ISO;). S. T. Sistrunk, R. S. Hall. ......Ocala, Fla..10

Fla J. D. Robertson. ...OcaIa, Fla. .. 4
Atlantic Coast LineTHROUGH Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co.,
J. :N. Tiller.., ...Ocala, Fla. .. 5 CHEAP RATES TO

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I E. K. Nelson.. ... Ocala Fla. .. 5

Tax Deed Under Section S of Chapter A. P. Stuckey .. ..Ocala, Fla..10

CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA 4SSS, Laws of Florida. E. P. Thagard .Ocala, Fla. .. .. 4 California and the Northwesti

Notice is hereby given that W. H. State of Florida, i J

-CONNECTIONSTO Webb, purchaser of tax certificate :No. Marion County. ; NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY

.19, dated the 4th day of April, A. D. Before me, the undersigned officer, "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE.

TH E EAST Over its own rails to Savannah. Charleston, Richmond, 1S93, has filed said certificate in my office : personally appeared B. W. Blount, I Ii
i Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest.
All Rail and Washington thence via Pennsylvania R)'. and has made application for tax I Thcs. C. Hall. R. S. Hall, J. D. Robert-
Below are a few points to whIch the low rates are applicable.
deed to issue in accordance with law. son J. N. Tiller. E. K. Nelson A. P.
: $55.10-Portland, Seattle, Vancouver and British Columbia points.
TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie Said certificate embraces the following I Stuckey and E. P. Thagard, to me well
: $49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte, Anaconda, :Missoula and intermediate-
Flyer route via Atlanta. described property situated in Marion known to oe the individuals who signedthe i,
I ;, points on the Northern Pacific Railway. ,
-- --- ----- --- -----
county Florida. to-wit: Com .0 yds e foregoing proposed charter, who
$ .70-San Francisco, Los Angeles San Diego, Benson Phoenix, Prescott -
TO THE EAST Via Say. & Ocean S. S. Co. for :New York, Philadelphiaand of nw cor of nw'i of sets sec 9, tp 14, severally acknowledged to me that they l
Tuscon, Denver, Colorado Springs Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque.
Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington r 22 thence e .0 yds, s 140 yds, w 70: signed the same for the purposes expressed I
The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates FromI
Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and :Miners yds, n 140 yds. The said land being assessed therein.I .

Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel- at the date of the issuance of furthe certify that I am a duly I All Florida Points

Steamship phia. such certificate in the name of Jas. R. commissioned notary public in and for I The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga,.

-- Lite. Unless said certificate shall be the state and county aforesaid, and Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to SL Louis
KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.
redeemed according to law. tax deed that my commission does not expire i: and Chicago.

-- will issue thereon on the nth day of until the :2!:::nu day of October, 1906. : Leave Jacksonville ;:50 a. m, via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry.
Route of the celebrated trains, New "iork & Florida Special Florida and
:March. A. D. 1905. In witness whereof I have hereuntoset | Leave Jacksonville 8:65 p. m.. via the Atlantic Coast Line P.y.Stopovers .

West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. Witness my official signature and my hard and affixed my official seal I allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale :March 1 to May

Quickest schedules, superior service. For information as to rates, schedules seal this the 1st day of FEbruary: A. this the 7th day of January 1905. 115, inclusive, and from September 15 to October 3L

etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with T. C. White, D. P. D. 1903. S. T. Sistrunk (Seal.) A. E. Gerig, For maps, schedlues and other Information write to E. J. Walker Florida.

A., Tampa; W. J. Craig G. P. A,; H. M. Emerson T. M., Wilmington N. C. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co, Fla. Notary Public. 1 Passenger Agent, "Dixie Flyer" Route, Jacksonville, Florida


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