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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 TWO OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1905 _
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EVENINGSTAR Lf''THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT"GROCERIES AFTER TWENTY-FIVE YEARSMr.

HOUSE FURNISHINGSOur-
I and Mrs. T. H. Wicker of Coleman,
C L. BITTINGER & CO.
Sumter County, Celebrate Their

C. L. Bittinger-and R. R. Carroll Silver Wedding I Our stock of Furniture and House Famishing

Proprietors and Publishers Having been:married twentyfiveyears I

,; *"* Mr. and Mr*a. T. H. Wicker of I Goods is second to none in the State. .
C. L. BITTiNGER, I Coleman, Fla, on jfhe evening of Feb-
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G Editor and General Manager.R. ruary 11. with a Dumber of friends and

.. We are ready to prove to you at any time that we handle only the best in relatives of this place, and others from EVERY KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATNESS' OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,

k R. CARROLL, a distance celebrated their silver an TINGS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE AND PORTIERE SADDLES, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,

:t City Editor and Bualnau Manager our line, and we want to have the pleasure of serving you. If our past record niversary.The CURTAINS, SCREENS, ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CARRIAGE FOR ANY PURPOSE.;

evening was a delightful one and SPREADS, SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS,
stands for anything, we ought to have your business, and we want all
BISHOP McCABE CORRECTSA 11; by 7:30 o'clock the guests had all arrived LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWERPOTS BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,

LOCAL CONTEMPORARY that we can get. You will find that our prices are as low as anyone can make each bringing some.silver tokenof ; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANG- BRICK, SHINGLES, CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MACHINERY -

remembrance. ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR- OF ALL KINDS.
Jacksonville Feb. 13, 1905. them, and we do not stint ourselves on what we buy: The guests were received by Miss .

o To the Editor of the Ocala Banner: Neal Wicker and :Miss Maude Nor-

Do you ever correct misstatements In wood. They not only served in thiscapacity Deep well drilling, contracting and building of ad kinds done

your paper?* If so please say that I but also at the table and per

said nothing about tons of gold but formed their duties in a most creditable under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates

talents of gold, and I said nothing Eat Right and You Will Feel! Right manner.In anything need.
on
r about Zaccheus. but Zech a short time after the guests had you

arlah. who was one of the profits who been received dinner was announced, .

went with the captive Jews from Baby and with the bride and groom leadingthe

Ion to Jerusalem. Consult your Bibleas way, all partook of the good things MCIVER & MACKAY

follows: 1st Cronicles, %%.14, and placed before them in profusion. Af-

also Zechariah 1st chapter.It H. B. MASTERS.known ter the meal social conversation was indulged -

is singular how.ignorant some editor in until 11:30, when the guests, cCAL-A.: : : : 1-L-C RIDA
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and reporters are of the Bible. after expressing best wishes, bade the 1

Yours very truly, family good night.
C. C. McCabe. to the press of the state and NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERSOF Those who came from a distance to

the brethren of the quill trust in this THE OCALA TELEPHONE CO enjoy these festivities with this esti-
elf the bishop will adjust his glasses PIANOS AND ORGANS
new venture he will meet with his old mable couple were as follows:
misstatements
he will observe that these -
Mr. and Mrs. Smith and son, Anniston .
were not made in the Ocala success. On account of the inferior service
in the Ala.; Miss Sue Carrington, Atlanta .
Banner, but nevertheless it takes pleas that we are giving our patrons
OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALSJ. first and second wards, we desire to offer ; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Greer,
in making the correction.-Editor ,
ure Buy Them at Home and be Dealt With
Faitly
Banner, in his edition of this morning. a word of explanation. It Is generally Hampton, Ga.; Mesdames D. L. and W.

B. Pyron, New York; Herbert known that we are at present A. Wicker, Montezuma, Ga.; Miss Annie
The editor of the Star wrote in his .
Finch, Philadelphia; Reed H. Walmer, reconstructing our entire system and L. Smith. Montezuma, Ga.; Mr. and Small Musical Instruments Sheet Music Typewriters
and -
report of the sermon both "talents"
Mrs. J. A. Walters, Ocala Miss Lizzie ,
Atlanta; C. I. Walker. New York; D. we are endeavoring to do so without ;

"Zecharlah," but a compositor who C. W. Smith Philadelphia; Mr. and interfering with the service any more Moore, Miss' Maud Norwood, Bushnell; Bicycles, Sewing Machine Needles, Dia-

wouldn't go to church when he was Mrs. P. H. Gatis, New York; Edwin than is absolutely necessary. We have Miss May Lewis, Kathleen, Fla.
Mr. and Wicker's married life monds Watches and Jewelry Fine China and CutGlass.
young set them wrong, and a proofreader i Brobston, Jacksonville; Joe J. Stochs- just completed the reconstruction of the .
tacher, Cincinnati; J. H. Fisher and north route, which runs through the has been blessed with nine children,
who won't go to church now
wife Philadelphia; R W. Hill, New fourth ward, and our next work will four sons and five daughters. Of these .
that he's getting old, let it be printed
York; Jas. T. May, Augusta; Crosby be on the east route, which runs up two daughters are married, while the

that way.Bu't Thompson, Cleveland; B. L. Jones, New South Second street and branches to other seven are with their parents.
as for the editor of the Banner Ocala Music Co.
York; T. A. Collins Cordele Ga; P. the houses of our various patrons on The elaborateness of the spread bespoke .
he didn't know any better, as is amply .
M. Ulch, Jacksonville; Louis C. Lang. the eastern side of town. Before undertaking their open-hearted hospitality.
proved by the following extract from the the main Long may they live and enjoy the ripening -
city; A. T Martin, Macon; E. Bullard, changes on partof
his paper-the extract, by the way, that. Louisville, Ky.; W. V. Knott Talla- this route, we intend to get all of the companionship of their marriage JEWELERS .

called forth Bishop McCabe's correction hassee; Owen M. Bonner, Philadelphia; branch lines into first class order. Our relations, and when the sun of life

: A. W, Pettit and wife New Brunswick, men are working on these lines at the shall have ceased to shine and the I

"Bishop McCabe lives in the East'l Nyo.; L. A. Prokon and wife, Brook- present time, and for this reason sev- somber shades of death shall come, MISS MARY KING DEAD I

and it is safe to say never /n, N. Y.; C. E. Smith Pennsylvania; eral of the phones are being cut out fora may they meet the unbroken familyon I

student nor disciple of "Coin's Finan- C. E. Milburne, New York. few days at a time. This is necessary the golden shores of enternity. While en rout-e; from Ocala to A. E.i: BURNETT

cial School" If we remember correctly / preparatory to making the connunplated Following is a list of the presents, I Fairfield Ills. In charge of Dr. Izlar,

"Coin" claimed that all the gold/1 PERFECT CONFIDENCE change. When we go on fotheuiialn with the names of the donors: Miss King died on the Southern train,

the world could be put into a building line the entire service on the Miss Sue Carrington, Atlanta, Ga., while nearing Atlanta, Wednesday

twenty feet wide, twenty feet Ion 'and Where, there used to be a feeling of east iSjute will have to be cut out for a one pie knife; Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Par- morning. Miss King came to Ocala THE JEWELER

twenty feet high. But Bishop uVcab uneasiness and worry in the household period C three weeks or longer. The ham Oxford, olive fork; Mr. and Mrs several months ago for her health, accompanied .

as reported by an Ocala newspaper, when a child showed symptoms of work will ne rushed as fast as possible, D. T. Johnson, Wildwood, berry spoon; by her sister, Miss Nora
that David to the building of croup, there is now perfect confidence.This Mr. and Mrs.5'. R. Wild-
says gave and when completed we anticipate that Yarborough King, but to no avaiLMONTEZUMA
Solomon's temple five thousand tons of is owing to the uniform success of all of the old.-mne causes of trouble wood, toothpick stand; Mr. H. Wilson Fine Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, Rings,

gold and ten thousand tons of silver, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the will be removed. All of the reconstruction and sister, Coleman, cold meat fork; ARRIVALSMr.

and then called his nobles together and treatment of that disease. Mrs. M. I. is being done in a strictly up-to- Mrs. S. E. Swicord, Coleman, oyster Cut Glass, Handsome China, Sterling

they added to the donation ten tons of Basford of Poolesville, Md., in speaking date manner, and when completed the fork; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crenshaw Carter and wife, Fairfield; J. B. Silver and Hollow Ware. '

gold, fifteen tons of silver and one hundred of her experience in the use of Ocala telephone system will be as goodas Coleman, pickle stand; Mr. and :Mrs.A. Curton, Tampa; Louis.Croxton, Rlch-

thousand tons of iron. Either Coin that remedy, says: "I have a world of the beat. H. Taylor, Coleman, butter knife II i mon; Geo. R. Laynor, Jacksonville; A. '-

Harvey Is badly oft the track or Bishop confidence in Chamberlain's Cough Ocala Telephone Company.If and sugar shell; A. B. Nelson, Cole Kirkland, Tampa; W. G. McWilliams, TOILET ARTICLES

McCabe got his ancient table of Remedy for I have used it with perfect man, bonbon dish; Mr. and Mrs. G.' B.I Rome, Ga.; Frank M. Dealy, Philadel- .

"weights and measures" badly confused. success. My child, Garland, is sub- there is anything that you see at Tankersley, Coleman, butter dish; phia; C. D. Baldwin, New York; B. E. FOUNTAIN 'iPENS
." ject to severe attacks of croup and it and Mrs. C. H. Coleman, salad '
the exhibit of the National Biscuit Co., Bennett Allsbrook, Lisbon; J. F. Centis, Chicago -
Now all those who know editor liar always gives him prompt relief. For fork and toothpick stand; Mr. and Mrs. ; Mrs. J. E. Howell, York; J. A. Low-
sale by the Postoffice Drugstore. and want to know where you can get it, OPTICAL GOODSWatch
M. A. Smith Anniston, Ala., baking
ris and his high opinion of his own rey, Dawson, Ga.; W. C. Alexander,
let us assure you that it can be foundat dish and candle stands; Mr. and Mrs. 1 Brooksville; H. W. :McClure, Albany;
learning, know that if he had known it "The House That Treats You Right.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY Elliott Dum Atlanta, one teapot; Mr. J. B. Pound, Jacksonville; Arnold Ara-

was "talents" and "Zechariah," Insteadof I and Mrs. H. H. .lreer. Hampton Ga., son, Chicago; D. G. Bardin, Live Oak; Repairing a Specialty

"tons"* and "Za.c heus," he wouldn't Special Rates FOR THE HOSPITAL tea service; Mesdames W. A. and D. L. I j J. B. Flinn, W. H. Wolfe, C. H. Beck, ".

have failed to advertise his knowledgein 21.15 NEW ORLEANS LA., and re- Next Saturday Messrs. Strauss & Wicker, Montezuma, Ga., silver waiter I Dunnellon; E. G. Mulbany New York;
OCALA FLORIDA
the very next issue of his paper. turn. Tickets on sale March 1 to 6, Co. will contribute 10 per cent. of their ; Miss Babe Hamilton, Montezuma, I G. M. Brice, Webster; J. E. Sherman,

We follow the Banner's spelling of Inclusive, limited to leave New Or- sales on that day to the Ocala hospital Ga., silver darning egg; Mr. and Mrs.C. St. Louis; H. G. Marsh, Savannah.

"profits" and "Cronicles." We don't leans not later than March 11, except fund. A. Powell, Montezuma, Ga., silver
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know whether it followed Bishop Mc that by depositing with special sugar shell; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McKenzie GIVE YOUR STOMACH A REST

Cabe's or not.Superintendent. agent at New Orleans on or before THAT TICKLING IN THE THROATOne Montezuma, Ga., butter knife;

March 11, and upon payment of 50 minute after taking One Minute Mr. and Mrs Oscar McKenzie, Monte Your food must be properly digested HARD A.REl

Cam is busy visitingthe cents, extension to March 25 may be Cough Cure that tickling in the throatis zuma, Ga., one silver mounted comb; and assimilated to be of any value to I I

schools in the county. He devoted I obtained. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Robinson, Montezuma If stomach Is
gone. It acts in the throat, not the you. your weak or diseased -\
Monday to Martel and Cotton Plant; Ga., set teaspoons; Mr. and Mrs.
stomach. Harmless-good for children. I : take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It

Tuesday, Buck Pond and Dunnellon; PUTS AN END TO IT ALLA A. L. Spofford, postmaster at Chester Allen Biddingfield, Montezuma, Ga., one Digests; what you eat and gives the We carry a fell and complete f3ae of
Wednesday, Gaiter and Pine Level and Venetian vase Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters -
; stomach rest it to
Mich., says: "Our little girl was unconscious a enabling recuperate -
today, Fellowship and Cottage Hill. He wall Ocala, one breakfast bell; Mr. and take life
grievous ofttimes comes as from strangulation during a on new and grow strong
is greatly pleased with the condition of Mrs. George Caruthers, Coleman but- HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS
a result of unbearable pain from overtaxed sudden and terrible attack of croup. figain. Kodol cures sour stomach, gas,
the schools visited, both in the attendance organs. Dizziness, Backache, Three doses of One Minute Cough Cure ter knife; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Car th. locating" heart palpitation and all digestive
of and the excellent ers, Coleman, butter dish Mr. and Mrs. Stoves. Heaters and Ranges Every Kind of
pupils man- Liver complaint and Constipation. But half an hour apart speedily cured her.I ; disorders. L. A. Soper, of Little -

ner in which the teachers are per- thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills, cannot praise One :Minute Cough Cure W. J. Monroe Coleman. syrup stand; Rock, Ky.. writes us: "We feel that

forming their duties. At Buck Pond they put an end to it all. They are gen too much for what it has done in our S. A. McCook, Coleman, soup ladle; Kodcl Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the WIRE FENCING

he found a new $1000 school building, tle, but thorough. Try them. Only family" It always gives relief. Sold Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Leigh, Coleman, commendation that can be given it, ae '

which is a credit to the district, withJ. 25c. Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly by all druggists. soup spoons; Mrs. Blalock and Misses it paved the life of our little girl when PHOSPHATE |

P. Lamb as principal and Miss Drugstore. Hughs Coleman berry bowl; Mr. and she was three years old. She is now

Frankie Ross as assistant With the Mrs. T. A. Finny, Coleman, cream ladle six and we have kept it for her con- TURPENTINE

Dunnellon building and the conditionof THE ELKS' LYCEUM : Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hill, Coleman, suntly, but of course she only takesit MILL I

the school he was delighted. He said f I .sugar service; Mr. and Mrs. B. C. now when anything disagrees with and
Will celebrate the birthday of "The oojJos
that for its size it is the finest school 'Bridges and sister, Coleman, butter her. Sold by all druggists.If .
Father of His Country" February 22,
building in the county. Prof. J. H. Se- knife; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Condrey,
with a royal concert by artists of renown Sash Doors Blinds and Glass Farming and Garden Implements-of all Kinds.
den is an ideal principal, thoroughly Coleman, soup spoons; Mr. and Mrs.J. .
have tried Winor
namely, the Mehrtens Concert you not already
prepared and alive to all the respon- 5IlJ.DUT FORCE A. Coleman, Coleman, silver money; Kernelled Corn it's and
of Laura Mehr now up to you
Company, composed
sibility of his important work, ably assisted Rudolph violinist Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Watson, Coleman, we think it is a little better than the This is the Tool l
tens, pianist; Jacobson. -
by Miss Daisy Milligan and Miss BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BESTIN syrup stand; Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Bridges best. H. B. Masters. '
Annie Mlxson. The school has enrolled and :Mrs. Percy Wickenberg vocal THE LAND FOR THE MONEY Coleman, umbrella and walkingcane -e- -FOR-'
I soloist. The of the country is
140 pupils, who are making excellent I press ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE ; Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Wicker, Coleman -
profuse in its declarations of the merits NEW ORLEANS MARDI GRAS
progress. Monday, there will be a "SUNNY JIM" SHOE AND INSISTON set knives and forks; W. W. Mun-
and ability of these finished artiststo Fall and Spring Crops
dedication of the new school buildingand GETTING IT. roe, Coleman, silver money; Geo. T.
entertain instruct and delight. Peo- Some of our people will want to attend
it will be an event in the educa- Condrey, Coleman, butter dish; the
of Ocala be the of Mardi Gras at New Orleans the
ple present on night
tional interests of Dunnellon. Mr. Burton Smith and family of children, Coleman, tea service; J, C. B.
February 22, and show your appreciation first week In March. It Is one of the
eight, passed through Ocala yesterdayas Koonce, Sumterville, silver match-box We win be pleased
of Concert most wonderful feats of festivity
a really good thing.
Vernie Stevens who several years the shades of night were falling, darning gourd; Misses Norwood, Bush-
to all.Souvenir. known to the country. The SeaboardAir r t to see you at all
; ago was the manager for the John Mc- open destined for Lisbon Lake county. They nell, tomato ladle; Mr. C. W. Towns
Line is the most direct route to the
: Carthy store in Ocala but now of the left Spartanburg, S. C., 41 days ago In I and sister, Bushnell, berry spoons.S. i times.
Crescent City. Twenty-four hours ::
j growing city of Shawnee, Okla., will Cards at the Postoffice two covered wagons, and consideringthe A. M.
from Jacksonville. Through sleepers.One .
\ accept our thanks, for a copy of the Drugstore. cold weather they encountered hada -- HARDLSLARB C0.
I MARION
fare plus 25c. Tickets on sale from
\ Shawnee\ News of February 11, which very pleasant trip. They go to Lake Four clever up-to-date vaudeville .
March 1 to March 6.
\was edited on that day by Carrie A. count to make their fortune. May artists are with the new "Old FarmerHor.kins" SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MaeDUFF. "
HouseONE
Nation. of-"Hatchet Prohibition"",fame, Opera their hopes be realized. I Company, and will introduce LAGRIPPE AND PNEUMONIA

and it's a red hot number sure. FromIt their refined and pleasing specialties
we learn that Shawnee, which was NIGHT ONLY FAILEDAll Pneumonia often follows lagrippe but
during the play at the opera house R. MARTIN & CO.
laid out in 1895, now has a population Saturday, February 18, 1905 efforts have failed to find a bet Saturday night, February 18. never follows the use of Foley's Honey J.

of 21.160 people,and la the greatest po- I ter remedy for coughs, colds and lung I and Tar. It cures lagrippe coughs and

tato and cotton market in the North THE LAUGHING EVENT: troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar. I prevents pneumonia and consumption.Ask .I

west. It stops the cough, heals the lungs and R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse -!.[ GENERAL LIVERYMENI

FRANK S. DAVIDSONIn prevents serious results from a cold.J. any substitute offered. Mr. G.
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FULLER BLALOCK
Judge Wills of Starke. who is now the- N. Patterson Nashua la., writes: Vacher of 157 Osgood, St., Chicago, I
winter I ha da bad cold writes: "My wife had a severe case of !
holding a special term of court in this Last on my
city was a colleague of lion. W. K. NEW "OLD FARMER HOPKINS" lungs and tried at least half a dozen :I DENTAL SURGEONS lagrippe three years ago, and it left her Carriages, Buggies and Traps

Zewadski in the legislature of 1899,1 advertised cough medicines and had with a terrible cough. She tried a bottle Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses etc
Revised and Re-Written Up to Date Offices over Munroe & Chamblisa Bank
and they enjoyed a pleasant chat over I treatment from two physicians without of Foley's Honey and Tar and it

those stirring days. Judge Wills is one A Little BeyondA geting any benefit A friend (recommended OCALA. FLA. gave Immediate relief. A 50c. bottle: FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses

of the best lawyers in the state a fine Selected Company of Foley's Honey and Tar, and cured her entirely." Refuse substi-i ,

speaker and presides with grace dig- two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I I Terms CashJ. tutes. Sold by the Postoffice Drug
SINGERS and DANCERSThe and Mules for Sale. Horses
nity and ability on the bench, wherehe ACTORS consider It the greatest cough and lung store, Ocala, Fix.CREAMERY.

is making a highly creditable judicial Imperial Solo Orchestra medicine in the world." Sol dby the Boarded By the Month at Special Rate.
record. Postoffice Drugstore. E. CHACE, BUTTERThe

TWENTY ARTISTS J. R. MARTIN & CO.
John G. Collins, an old newspaperman Ocala News Company and Ocala DEhTAL SURGEONOffice Carmichael & Son. Co. keep
1000 Square Yards of Magnificent
of Tallahassee, announces that on Scenery House stand have the celebrated La I upstairs. Commercial Bank constantly on hand, receiving a fresh

March 1 he will begin the publicationof Espuela cigar Grand Royal. :Milo Deyo Building, Ocala, Florida supply every two days, deliclama, pure,

the True Democrat at Tallahassee.Mr. Seats on sale..at the Ocala News Co. and other brands. Try them and you Georgia creamery butter 25 cents per I POIEYSHIDMYCOFEBaku ffJLIYSI10NEYAlfDTAJ!

Collins is well and favorably Tickets 50 and .75 cents. will be pleaeed.aC" TERMS CASH pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. Kidneys aad Btad4er Rfelt Qsrcs Odds:Prevent* PMOBasia _

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H. MARSH, Assistant Manager. Washington. Feb. 16.-Fair, not so ... ,.-
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HERBERT A. FORD ,President. :
north portion; Friday, rain and warmer. ;

THE COMMERCIAL BANK GEO. H. FORD, Vice President. _

F. WATSON, Cashier.

OCALA FLA. tr
The ladies of the Home Missionary '

(Branch Commercial Bank Jacksonville.) Society of the Ocala M. E. church,

South, scored a great success at the I 1
CAPITAL, $50,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $37,835.37
silver tea. given at the armory yesterday 1

afternoon. Those who graciously OCALIJ.
Wt art Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any Accommodations Consistent .
received the callers were Mesdames
With Safe Banking.
Potter, Zewadski. Harris and Johnson. m 1 LI JJ

COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US Mrs. W. M. Ross and Mrs. T. H. Wallis .

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Safety Deposit Vaults for Rent presided at the tea and chocolate urns

I and the following young ladies dispensed -
K. CHRISTIAN. R. L. ,ANDERSON.
refreshments: Misses Valeta
GEO, MAcKAY. ED HILLER.
Potter, Lutie Smith Johnson, Liddon, Directors : FOLD.R.
OCALA OCCURRENCESNuts trots aie c HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE .
Sue Barco Sara Harris and Eloise Iz-
S. HALL.
lar. Besides social chat and refreshments -

music charmed the ear, executed -
fruits and candles at Taylor's.See .
by Miss Mary Anderson, Miss Violet
Cd:
Harris, Mrs G.- D Wright and Mrs.

silver shirtwaist sets at Bur- D. E. Mciver. The occasion was avery / KAREN FURNITURE .
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nett's. I ATTENTION, MASONSA pleasant one and greatly enjoyed. GR.LSALE LEATHER.

regular communication of Marlon-

Hot soda at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- Dunn lodge No. 19, F. & A. M., will be Mrs. Abe Brown entertained delight-

store. held in the temple Thursday evening, fully yesterday afternoon at her lovely ,"<.. ,

February 16. home at Camp Heights in honor of .> "
Gold pens and fountain pens at A. E.Burnett's. .
Visiting brothers cordially Invited.J. Miss Fannie Tschopik, a lovely young

E. Chace W. M. lady from Chattanooga Tenn., and J

Jake Brown, Sec.YOUhaVtOf. Sol Moyses, Mrs. Brown's lr'l
Souvenir Cards at the Postoftice
Pleasant social converse and cards
Drugstore.
constituted the divertisement and yr

i pleasures of the occasion. The lady
R. J. Knight of Crystal River was In had
course prize winners were Miss Valeta Potter,
town today.
first, and Miss Mattie Williams, the -

CHOCOLATE CREAM SODlDEUC1Ut'IJ consolation. The gentleman prize win- -.{
Two donkeys for sale. Apply to C. )
ners were Mr. John Taylor, first, and
V ICE CREAM SODA
R. Tydings.

) ROT CHOOOLATE Mr. Harvey Clark, consolation Refreshments Out SpecialSale Is Now in '
were smed. The color scheme of Leather >
The ladles at the silver tea yesterdaytook Furniture
of their stores and
at one many considered I the handsome dining room was violets Karpen
In $*2. it the best you ever drank .1 Progress
and roses. There were several dozenof

All Chocolate Drinks servedat I our leading young society people
A full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty--
present and the occasion was a charm-

dings and Co. our fountain are made withtfefef ing one. All voted Mrs. Abe Brown a Karpen Leather Furniture is famous for its beauty of design and thoroughness of construction and we guarantee .

Chocolate and after most gracious and captivating hostess. every piece. During this sale we are able to offer leather Chairs, Rockers and Couches of the Karpen .
At Taylor'a-Popcorn, korn nuts and
salted peanuts. their formula.T. make at greatly reduced prices. We cordially invite you to inspect the wonderful values we are able to offer, ,... _

Mrs. I.. T. Tompkins, who has just .
W. TROXLER in these high grade goods. :
retired from the millinery business,
The best hot chocolate and whipped .
Fruits Confections Cigars and Tobacco in "
has established a real estate agency

cream at Taylor's. this city. With her well known ener- Ocala FurI1it1.1re COll1pany, I .

gy and knowing the value of property,

The Ocala Wood Yard supplies woodIn ______ __ _____ __ __ __m_ ___ __________ _
there'is no reason to doubt her successin
any length. .Phone 32. Mr. E. B. Shipman of Starke came

"'- down to Ocala Tuesday to look after i the new venture, which the Star SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
THEY WILL BE ON TIME
the hotel in the absence of his father, I sincerly wishes her.
The Fort King Dairy sells nothingbut HATS OFF .

pure milk and cream. Col. V. B. Shipman. Mr. Shipman is' Special Rates ; 7
$100 REWARD $100 Valdosta Ga. Feb. 14, 1905. _
with Mr. Trouby, the strawberry -
grower
Mr. J. W. Sylvester, Ocala Fla.: 16.90 MOBILE, ALA., and return. to the superb line of vehicles now on

The Fart King Dairy Is now the and refrigerator man. Tickets on sale March 1 to 6, limited /
The leaders of this paper will be Dear Sir-I shall do my best to arrive display in our salesrooms! Everythingthat

leading dairy around town. I pleased to learn that there is at least in Ocala by the first possible train. returning to March 11. modern ingenuity has devised for
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice
one dreaded disease that science has You may be assured that on whatever $13.80-PENSACOLA, FLA., and re- comfort, for style, forManufacturers beauty, goes into
Mrs. Julia D. Pelham of Futton, Ky., Drugstore.Mrs. .
beet able to cure in all its stages, and train we may come we will get all our turn. Tickets on sale March 1 to 6, these carriages, stanhopes, surreys, ,,
ia visiting Mrs. W. J. Lohrig. I
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure scenery on the stage by opening time. inclusive, limited returning to March runabouts, drays, harnes sand lap }
Charles Watson of Coleman is
la the only positive cure now known'I We carry a complete setting for each ; 11. I robes. have things
Finest line of ladies' handbags In the a guest of her uncle and aunt :Mr. and i
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being : act, and in such form that we can fold $25.95-WASHINGTON, D. C., and re- down so fine these days that prices are
city. Prices right at Burnett's. Mrs. J. A. Walters, of the second ward.
a constitutional disease, requires a ; and tit it to any size stage and you turn. Tickets on sale :March 1, 2 and away down. May we show you the latest ,,

constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh I can guarantee its being used in its entirety 3, limited returning to leave WashIngton ?
WANTED good cook for small We have just received a shipment
Cure is taken internally, acting on your stage. You shall have not later than March 8. f
family. Apply at the Star office. of 57 rolls of Japanese and Chiness S. A. STANDLEY & CO.IN
diiwtly upon the blood and mucous I our best efforts in every way, and I $11.93-ATLANTA, GA., and return. .
mattings of different designs, from 15 I coma
I sirfaces of the system, thereby destroying thank you for your co-operation. I I Tickets on sale May 14 and 15, limited -
Typewriter desks from $7.50 to $1% to 50 cents per yard. McIver & Mac-
II the foundation of the disease, I Frank Davidson, returning to May 20.
each at the Ocala Furniture Company. Kay.
and riving the patient strength by Mgr. "Old Farmer Hopkins." THE CIRCUIT COURT F. L CORWIN NAMEDTO


,... ... Fort King Dairy Is Just one mile A pure play, teaching healthful I but ring up the constitution and assist County Judge R. Bullock issued a SUCCEED WALTER HAWKINS

lell-I ing nature in doing its work. The pro- We have just opened up and have on marriage license today for William Wil- Judge Wills heard the case of George
from the court house on Fort King av sons, sincere in motive and clean
pi letois have so much faith in the cur- display one of the handsomest lines of I son and Ida Thomas, colored. McKean against the Wheeler Lumber Traveling Freight Agent Becomes Con
enue. language, such a one is "Old Farmer i
!itive powers that they offer One Hun- rugs and art squares ever shown in the Company, and Mr. McKean obtained al mercial Aaent for the_ Central af _
Hopkins. One night only, Saturday, ---
dred Dollars for any case that it failsto city. McIver & MacKay.Hon. judgment of JJ48.40.
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Jacksonville
at
Mrs. Carswell of Cltra, who was In February 18. This isSOUVENIR Georgia Railway
cure. Send for list of testimonials. This ended the labors of the court
the city for a day, returned home this WEEKAt I Effective the 15th of. February Mr.
.
Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ed L. Wartmann, one of Ma except to hear the arguments of the '
the- i F. L. Corwin agentof
noon. becomes commercial
"Woodmar.ffThe Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take rion's representatives in the legislature, attorneys in the Pooser embezzlementcase
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRYJake I' the Central of Georgia Railway at
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. is in town with Mrs. Wartmann and namely, Anderson. Hocker and

Wood, green or dry, pine oak or mix- family of Mr. J. A. Campbell, '\, their guest from Atlanta. Green. A plea filed in abutment whichwe I Jacksonville, Fla, succeeding Mr. Waiter

ed. SOc. and $1 per load. .Ocala Wood Brown, of Teapot fame, is Hawkins, who on that date becomes ,
manager of the Ocala water works, .B. T. Perdue of Palm Beach is in the understand the defense was not
standing his feet The general manager of the Consolidated
Yard. pat on today.
has been having a siege of lagrippe, city. He was a former resident here Seeds of all kinds fresh and reliablefor ready for trial. The case was continuedand
carload of grits, which was out se'endays Fruit Company, with headquarters at
I
but we are pleased to say they are upj I and for several years was the engi- fall and winter planting, at Ty- the court dismissed, the jury and Jacksonville.Mr. .
from Jacksonville, hove in sight '
Why pay more than 60 cents per and about.Headquarters dings and Co. adjourned.
again
neer of the Ocala spoke and rim fac- this Corwin has served the Central of
pound for the best candies? See Tay- morning.
tory.DaviaS1oodro Georgia Railway in Florida for the
lor's line. for Talcum Powders, I Clifford Landers, the young telegraph "BIXOLA"This
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice past four years In the capacity of traveling '
Eastman's Colgates, Mennens', and operator, who was taken sick in Jack- is what you want and need in
; freight agent under :Mr. Hawku".
'olV, :V. Knott of Tallahassee, state Que lins' at the Anti-Monopoly villereturned home yesterday. Drugstore.
: I every household. It shines your shoesin .and his appointment to Mr. Hawkins'
treasurer, is in the city, a guest of theOcala Drugstore.
five minutes.
_ House. r w Exquisite china in the finer grades of Autoist J. H. Spencer has repaired No Moisture in It I position Is very gratifying to his many
Required Using I friends in this city and country wherehe .
Colonel and the colonel .
Comp's auto .
imported ware. The prices are very .
Albert L. Perry, son of Mr. Tom Can be used on viol kid, box calf, is well known.

Malto Iron Tonic, the blood enrlcher Perry of the Anthony section, was in low. A. R BurnettJ. was enjoying a ride in it today. patent, enamel and all black leathers. The Central of Georgia Railway

for a spring tonic, at the AntiMonopoly the city today.Giles' Try a Box
could not have shown better
Drugstore.Our ROOM 12 P. 0- BLOCK M. Blair of Oklawaha was in the See our immense line of picture For sale atTHE- judgmentin
its selection of Mr. Corwin to look
city today to consult Dr. Van Hood frames and mouldings. An endless variety -
woodyard has the largest sup- TEAPOT GROCERY after its interests in this state., as he
stock of blank books, stationery, OCALA FLORIDA about the illness of his wife and son, of design,' size and finish, and
ply of stove and fireplace wood in the is a young man of sterling business
stationers' supplies is complete Call Robert. Mr. Blair was engaged at price. Ve frame any picture in price,
Justice Waid summoned the follow-
town. Three wagons running. Prompt qualities, and his hundreds of friends
Co. Electra in Col. R. F. accordin gto your ideas. Mclver &
on us. Ocala News assisting Rogers in .
Dan
delivery and large loads ing jury and is hearing the case of throughout the state wish him every
t REAL ESTATE erecting a stockade and buildings for MacKay. 1 i
Purcell vs. Elks' Cafe: Joe White Clifj j
I success in his new field of work.
Mr. Dickson of McIntosh, of the firm his turpentine help and was called win C.I I ff
Mrs. William McGahagin of North LOANS ford Livingston. Dillaberry, R. -4 f

of Christian and Dickson Co., was in .Lake Weir was in town today, visiting I home because of the illness of his fam- Mrs Emma White, accompanied by Glover, Biermah and Usher. The. attorneys PIANO TUNER- ".-

the city yesterda ) ternoon. her son. ,,'. E. McGahagin, and family! INVESTMENTS ily. her companion Miss Irvine, of Citra in the case are Carlos L. Sis-

are in the city, stopping at :Mrs. Ir-
I trunk for Purcell and R. B. Bullock for Professor Scharf, the piano tuner, is
Try Coin Brand Bacon, and you will \ You will find at our store, also at vine's, on North Magnolia street.
For the state. The Star erred yesterday Insa'lng
weak digestion, belching or dour in the city for a few days. Leave orders -
not go wrong. There is nothing finer I stomach use Chamberlain's Stomach\ Phosphate Lands a Specialty the Ocala House stand, a full line of cigars Justice Waid'found the accused for his services at this office.

to be had anywhere. H. B. and Liver Tablets and you will :get souvenirs and post cards. Our FOR SALE-The New York Herald, guilty and would pronounce sentence

iSwve the following properties in cards are local and pretty. Call
very Daily and Sunday, on sale at the Ocala I
relief. Sold Postoffice today.
quick by the
Now, don't this rile you? A correspondent '
Mrs. Ed L. Wartmann and uesq vicinity for sale: and see them. Ocala News Company.The House news stand. All the latest news i
Druz tore. asks the Atlanta Journal if
Mrs. H. H. Fudge of Atlanta are in OZ'and from everywhere. I
and lot on Oklawaha av- I Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice there is such a place as Leroy, Fla,
the city the'guests of Mrs. R. G. Blake. baby of Mr. and Mrs. George t'
:Mr. J. W. Alford of Lewisburg Is in the residences of Dr. Drugstore.Dr. and it said there was no such place.
Williams is quite ill. Dr. Smith is giving -
the city visiting his sister-in-law. Miss Tidings and Mrs. Howse; lately vacated This shows the littleness of greatness.The .
Our Is the it attention.
prescription department
by Dr. W. V. Newsom.
May Turnley. I Newsom called on today,
MEAN LUMBER Co was
most up-to-date and has the most care- I
%. Two-story house on South Orange professionally, to attend Mr. Charles N. Fort King Dairy will deliver
the If want steel and will
ful attention of any In city. Ty- I you a range
A new and pretty line of baby car- street belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin Jerome of Georgia, who was a guest of milk or cream to any part of the city
dings and Co. look at the Princess, made in Nashville -
riages and go-carts just received at and next door to residence of D. S.Woodrow. the Ocala House, suffering from an before breakfast
and carried in stock in two sizes OCALA FLA
Mclver & .
MacKay's.Mrs.
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Mrs. J. II. Holler of Beaver Falls by the Ocala Furniture Company, you operation for appendicitis and to return -
Judge W. S. Bullock is enjoying the
Pa. interested with Professor McKinney 3. All of block 22, Caldwell's addi- will buy it, and no other. I home with him. They left this
G. W. Martin will entertain the Telephone No. 126. luxury of a vacation and looking on
of Candler in the protected orange I tion to Ocala (one acre) beir.g the afternoon over the Seaboard.
teachers of the Ocala High School tomorrow with contented mien at the court proceedings
grove and spending the winter there' property immediately north of Mr. J. Mr c. I. Grace has finally succeededin
night by giving them a social a luxury he has not enjoyed .
Wood for
No. 32 Ocala
was in town today with a load of the R. Moorhead's home. moving his sawmill several miles Ceiling, Flooring and Siding, Phone Yard
aand intellectual party. wood. since he was honored with the judicial
professor's untouched by frost fruit. 4. The Alfred Davis house and lot south of :Martel, to the location of his I your stove A
Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber ermine. ,
See that handsome sectional book- on South First street, next door to J. old mill which was burned several I ., "

A. Pittman and Son's furniture store. years ago. a mile east of :Martel. A I II S. A. Standley had the misfortune to
case at the Ocala Furniture Company, I I Every Size and Quality.A Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice.
-- tram connects his timber with the mill. I be kicked on his left arm by a mule, .
-- and carried in stock in several sizes. It 5. The Lewis Plater workshop on Drugstore.Mr. .
breaking a small bone but it does not
is fully as handsome and possesses South Second street I Large Stock of Shingles.
SUICIDE PREVENTEDThe keep him from business, as he sold four ,
'several advantages over the Globe 6. The Campbello Plantation. 2V4 and Mrs. J. E. Stevens and slater.
CLEAN-SWEEP SALE : I New Machinery. fine mules today to the Martel Lumber -
Warnick.J. miles southeast of town, consisting of Miss Blanche came down yesterday
startling announcement that a I i Company.Pure .
75 acres of cleared and fenced land I afternoon from McIntosh where Mr.

IS NOW ON. J. Williams the Homosassa merchant and 165 acres of mixed oak hickory and I preventive of suicide has been discovered i i Lath, Brick and Building. r Stevens is one of the enterprising

and of the Williams will interest many. A run down fresh milk and cream at the
manager pine land of first quality; 6-room I young merchants of that favored spot.
Fish Co.. was in town today and drove system, or despondency invariably pre- i i Undersold by No One. Fort King Dairy.
house; outhouses, cisterns, etc. This 'I with every prospect of a successful
/I Silver to his cede suicide and something has beeu II I
out to Springs inspect
(property is right on the A. C. L. R. R., business career.
commissary at that place. found that will prevent that condition II I Methods Up to Date. A friend in Ocala sent C. M. Brown
BIG BARGAiNS/ II nd has a fine deposit of lime on it I
which makes suicide likely.At the i Jr., of :Miami, a copy of the Star, stating _
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\ 7 The place on the south- Business Rapidly. un, .f :
: Rogers Growing :
WHEN YOU HAVE" 4... COLD first thought of self destruction take that W. E. Allen would call attention nuugmat. '*
iS est edge of town, consisting of two- I
To Our Customers Has .
Electric Bitters. It being a great tonic I to a senatorial vacancy in our
I house and SO of land. Every Customer Pleased. I
acres
Always Been Our Motto. The" first action when you have a cold ory and nervine.it will strengthen the I district, which C. M. Brown. Sr., now The ladies of the Presbyterian church

should be to relieve the lungs. This is 8, fee-Wade Hoard property, consisting I nerves and build up the system. It is i Rushed with Orders. holds. After receiving and reading the will hold their monthly social at the

best accomplished by the free use of of srn&y house' and lot. dues also a great Stomach, Liver and Kid- I notice Mr. Brown Jr., wrote on the residence of Mrs. C. C. Todd. Monday ,--'.....-

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This uth of D. E. Mcfc 9 residence. ney regulator. Only SOc Satisfaction f paper, "Rats," and returned It to the afternoon. February 20,from 3 to f.
Come to Us Before Buying.
NEW GOODSARRIVING land\5 S. 10th by the Anti-Monopoly j
remedy liquifies the tough mucous 2U acres of st- guaranteed I sender. Of course the Browns look

DAILY. and causes its expulsion from the air ad)olning property of J. a- Meffert; Drugstore. I| Orders Solicited. upon that vacancy as a myth. Taylor has a full line of Lowney's / 4

cells of the lungs, produces a free expectoration suitable for subdividing intl;) lots; I bulk candies. They are second to none. -

and opens the secretions. known as the Gamble place. \ WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! I Every kind of farm and garden Implement -

t A complete cere soon follows. Sold by 10. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona st- Order It now. .buc. and $1 per load. I FOIEYSKIDNEYCDKE cane mills, woven and barbed Ammunition of all kinds for a.J11lre- 1 ..

THE BOSTON STORE the Postoffice! Drugstore next door to residence of R. G. Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32. t Hikes Kidney tad Bladder Right wire fencing. Marion Hardware Co. arms at the Marion Hardware C, -4 r

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YOU WILL FINDAT LOADHOLTZ TURNED LOOSEAt AMERICA'S FIRST ADMIRAL
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THE- WE ARE CLOSING OUT A LINE OF tSTRANGERS



Liberty to Ruin and Kill Another Reason to Believe the ,Body of John

1 TEAPOT GROCERYSweet Woman, if He Can Find One Fool Paul Jones Can be Found and
$3 Hats Ate Attracted Advertising ,
Enough to Trust Him Brought to the United States 'Y > -

Pickle Peaches, Paris, Feb. 16.-Ambassador Porter the Principles of Strict Business

Pickled Lambs' Tongues (Jacksonville Metropolis 15th) has reason to believe he has found the
and INTERESTED Attention
body of John Paul Jones for which he our
The awful tragedy of Monday morn-
Figs in Maraschino. FOR $2 has searched ever since he has been in
ing is still the chief topic of conversation Paris. to Their Wants makes Them,

5-Pound Crocks Preserves and everyone deplores the horrible
affair. The ambassador has suggested to our Friends.

All that is mortal of May Brown, the They are good values and the latest styles. President Roosevelt that to defray the
cost of searching for'the remains Congress -
FRESH ARRIVALS young woman killed by Owen Loadholtz
Call and see them. appropriate $35, OO, and the pres- MUNROE & OHAMBLISS ,
on Monday morning in Justice Farris'court BANKERS.
Nabiscoes and Lemon Snaps.also room will be consigned to mother ident is expected to approve this re- ,

earth in Woodlawn cemetery tomorrow commendation.Mr. OCALA FLA.
Porter learns that the remainsof

H.O.SelfRaising morning. W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY the distinguished sailor are in an
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Condition of the Other. VictimsThe abandoned cemetery upon which build- 1

Buckwheatand condition of Mrs. Freeman is reported I ings now stand. He thinks the body

H. O Oatmeal. to be unchanged today. THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. can be identified because contained in EDWARDS BROTHERSAT t

Detective Cahoon spent rather a a hermetically sealed lead coffin, which

was very unusual In John Paul Jones'
restless night and suffers much pain
I i THE CITY MARKET
from his wound, favors time.
though everything hit :Mrs. Freeman four times and May NOTICE OF DISSOLUTIONThe
It is contemplated in the event that
UNDER TAKERS. I his recovery.A Brown once, the question naturally
the search is successful, that the remains Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchets
Moral Leper arises who shot Mrs. Freeman the fifth firm of McNealy & Moriarty, by
I
be placed on a United States
time Riley Dowling, who was standingon mutual consent, has this day been dissolved
-AND- Owen Loadholtz had accepted many warship and brought to Washington,
I the same side of th+ room with J. McNealy purchasing Moriar-
presents from the girl, who was desperately j 1 to be interred in the National Cemeteryat WESTERN' AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS.
Loadholtz, was struck by two bullets, ty's interest and assuming all indebt- : _
in love'with him. He had received Arlington.
ENBALIYIERSWe and there are three bullet holes in the edness of the firm, and will continue
I from her favors repeatedly, and
walls of the room, none of them are too business at the same place, No. lZ, Ft. CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
according to the statement of her SUICIDE AT LAKE CITY
high up and all three struck different :King avenue. McNealy & Moriarty,
have two Registered Un- mother, he was responsible for her unfortunate i FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109Millinery
walls. Two of these bullets were afterwards -
dertakers and Embalmers condition. He went to the I Charles Harley of Indiana Cast Him-
found on the floor. One is of
AU work entrusted to our!court room armed to protect himself, 32 caliber and the other 38. One of TEX- BOB self to Death Under the Wheels ofa
i because of the threats of a heartbroken -
care will receive prompt and; these shots struck above where May Coast Line Train
mother. His shooting of a womanin LA ESPUELA CIGARSPURE Announcement! !
skilled attention. All em- Brown was standing, another above
Lake Fla, Feb.
self defense may be excused by law j t City 16.Yesterdayas
A where Loadholtz was and another near HAVANA STOCK
balming fully guaranteed. I but he could have avoided the trouble the Atlantic Coast Line train was

splendid stock of Caskets and prior to Monday morning. There are where Loadholtz had been sitting dur- Made by the Famous going around the "Y" to back into, the I will sell out my entire stock of fine Millinery during the next
ing the trial. This makes twelve shots
Burial Robes carried at all hundreds who believe that if Owen tired and only six accounted for. Thisis LA REGINA CIGAR COMPANYOF city, Charles Harley of Indiana, a mid thirty days, or open for business the most elegant line of

Loadholtz had r\pt\ himself violated the. dle-aged man, was seen lying on the
times.OCAUFURNITURECO. a matter for further investigation by
law May Brown would be living and the authorities tHe TAMPAA track. Conductor A Y. Hampton of Paris Importations For Easterever

[Mrs. Freeman, her mother, and Police Full Stock of All Their Brands and the train, who was standing on the rear

man Cahoon would not have been shot. Was Legally JustifiableAt platform commenced blowing the air
Grades Carried
seen in the South Style perfect; prices the lowest, and shall _

Phone No. 10 Night phone No. 94. An Unusually Dishonorable Man 1:35 o'clock the jury rendered a NONE BETTER AND FEW AS GOOD whistle and the man moved as the train continue to offer my, business for sale thereafter But I must sell .

I Fire- verdict to the effect that the shooting approached, by came back and laid hats for taster if I am still in the business. I want to sell out, but" '
The continue to
people censure done by Loadholtz was in self defense All of the Latest his head upon the rail of the track, and will sell hats instead, if I can't help it, and will sell them
man Croft for his voluntary testimonythat
before the train could to
come a stop
and justifiable. Justice Willard then
Dry Salt Mullet, he had unlawful relations with MAGAZINESAND PAPERS he was killed instantly by the cars. So For Usual Goods ,
May Brown in a questionable house. ordered the release of Loadholtz from Cheap My Elegant f :
He had in his pocket a poll tax receipt -
the He informed of ,
county jail. was
Even if he violator of the law,
5 Cents Each was a
as he says, it is difficult to understandhow this by his attorney and seemed pleased. Ocala House Cigar Stand J. C. Harley from Indiana on the same.with the He has name been of It Will Give the Country a Treat and the Ladies a .
He left the jail about 2 o'clock. ;
-At the- he would so willingly violate the OCALA NEWS CO., Proprietors.A seen al.out the city for the last two or Rate Opportunity "
Confidence of an unfortunate, but confiding -
girl. Almost the last words of A MENACE TO HEALTH for three his days actions, and no one could account to buy d magnificent hat without an equal in the land, at prices that
I of yesterday. will I want to sell out business. I will consider offer
0 E GROCERY I the girl on earth were that Croft told SINGER SURPRISEA prove my an to
and sell reasonable for the next thirty .
I an infamous lie.Conflicting. Kidney trouble is an Insidious dan- buy ( ) days.Respectfully ,

: Testimony ger, and many people are victims of a tremendous drop in the price of THE SUNSHINE OF SPRINGThe yours,

CLARK BROS. Props.Phone Like all cases of this character, serious malady before the symptomsare Singer sewing machines, but none in salve that cures without a scar

i there is much conflicting testimony.Mrs. recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure quality. The $60 machine redo ed to Is DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Cuts, MRS. L. T. TOMPKINSI

: Freeman, the mother, testified corrects irregularities and strengthensand $48; the $6;) machine reducd to JSsNcall Burns, Boils Bruises and Piles dis- '
174. builds the kidneys, and it shouldbe at the Helvenst- : "
that Owen Loadholtz made an attemptto up headquarters appear before the use of this salve as
draw his revolver before she fired. taken at the first indication of kid- Blitch-Pasteur Company. L. W. Jack\ snow does before the sunshine ofWing. I

NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY trouble, as it is impossible to have agentANOTHER
ney son .
Miss H. M. Middleton, Thebes
She made this statement with the information am in the,,- szz .
health If the kidneys are deranef ; IlK
that it was to be a dying de- good says: "I was seriously afflicted with
claration. I ed. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. CASE OF RHEUMATISMCured a farer sore that was very painful.

ffldVER & fflacK May: Brown so the testimony shows, / by Chamberlain's Pain Balm DeWi\'s Witch Hazel Salve cured me REAL ESTATE BUSINESSTO

I even at such a terrible time, was plead- The "HUB" SHoe In less than a week Get the genuine.

ing with her mother not to shoot Load- The efcicacy of Chamberlain's Pain Sold by druggists.. STAYAnd
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
holtz. Balm in the relief of rheumatism is beIng ,.

:May Brown, on January II, on account u demonstrated daily. Parker Trip- B :CHTON if you have anything this line to sell NOW IS THE "

UNDERTAKERSand of unrequited love, attempted suIcide lett, of Grigsby, Va., says that Cham- -
TIME to list it with F. W. DITTO.
at the New York steam laundry. berlain's Pain Balm gave him perma- School at this place is suspended for .

She acknowledged this on the witness nent relief from rheumatism in the the present.

EMBALMERS j stand in Justice Farris' court on Mon- I c s back when everything else failed, and Professor Overhultz is very sick with .

day morning. It may be that the unfortunate -I he would not be without it. For sale smallpox. Call OD itto

Fine Caskets girl bought the revolver on M by the Postoffice Drugstore. Quite a number of Blitchtonlans were

Monday to end her existence if Load- THIS BRAND ON A SHOE MEANS in Ocala Friday. I

and Burial Robes holtz still refused to marry her. SOMETHING! IF YOU WANT THE Preaching services were conducted / -

The Coroner's InquestAt BEST FOR YOUR MONEY CALL Everyone InterestedIn here by Rev. A. L. Prisoc l last* Sunday, Successor to Sternberger & Phillips.

AH Work Done by Licensed Embalmers 10 o'clock this morning there FOR "THE HUB. PoultryShould but on account of sickness fn the community 20% North Main St. OCALA, FLORIDA e

and Full Guaranteed gathered a large number of spectatorsat call at 81, North Magnolia i the attendance was small.

Justice Willard's office to hear the If you want china or crockery of any street and inspect one of the finest In- Messrs. Rawls, Jr., and McCorkadale

testimony of witnesses before the coroner's kind see us at once, as we have just culators ever put upon the market. of Montbrook were visitors here Sun-

received of the biggest jobs in this Positive day. '
jury. one regulation: even hen temperature LUMBERROUGH ".
II I I Ion Farris' Testimony I ware ever shown in Ocala. Mclver ; no guessing at ventilation or Mr. :N. A. Blitch. Jr., attended courtat

I& MacKay.We \ moisture clean Bronson last week.
; pure air for eggs and
Justice Farris said that he was engaged -
Mr. and Mrs. E. Weaver calledto
StomacbTroubles chicks. This machine is guaranteedto were
in hearing the case of Owen E. Ocala to Mr. C. J. Weaver, whois
are making several changes in hatch every fertile egg placed In Its see OR DRESSED
I/Kidholtz, brought against him by May ,
on the sick list.
our Grocery: Department, and we are care. Incubators and brooders, all
]rown, at his office. Xo. 12 Laura
now in a better position to supply your sizes, furnished on short notice. The young men of this communityhave
I istieet. Just before adjournment of wants than ever before. Why not give organized a Wood Sawing Club, See or Phone '
.court Justice Farris stated that Mrs. which is value to the
us a trial It won't do you any harm, proving great
(Freeman said to him in a monotone II CHEAP RATES TO MARDI GRAS
I members, and also the ladies. Last
and may do you some good. "The
that she could settle the case and make VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE Rich- B. H. SEYMOUR
House That Treats You Right." Friday night they met at Mr.
Ixwdholtz marry May. The witnessisaid ards'.

that he told Mrs. Freeman to sit f On account of the Mardi Gras at New Mr. and Mrs. D. Fant of Flemington I PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla.

cured byODDL i ido\\n Th adjournment of the case "Woodmar.. Orleans, Pensacola and Mobile, the At- were the guests of Mr. J. A. Mclver

was then announced. :Mrs. Freeman lantic Coast Line will sell tickets from Sunday.

arose from the bench, where she, her PENNSYLVANIA MURDERESSGETS all points on its line in the state of

daughter May Brown, and Mrs. Leslie Florida to the above points at rate of THE DEATH PENALTYA
A RESPITE
I
Jones were sitting. She advanced two one fare, plus 25 cents, for the round Seaboard Air-Line

i steps and stood in front of Justice Far- Iii1rrisburg. Pa.. Feb. 16.-The par- trip. Dates of sale, March 1st to 6th, little thing sometimes results In Ry.

1ris' desk. Justice Farris, continuing, don hoard this morning granted a continuance inclusive, final limit to March 11th, but death. Thus a mere scratch., Insignificant

said: "1 then saw Mrs Freeman, witha i in the Mrs. Edwards and extension can be secured to :March 25, cuts or puny boils have paid the

blue steel revolver in her hand pointed I I 1905. For further information see ticket death penalty. It is wise to haveBucklen's -FOR-
II Creation c f c.: Both were to hang tomonow -
WffEPJIACmUnder I at Loadholtz. She remarked: 'Owen I agents, or communicate with T. C.
Arnica Salve It
Jp\ne] murder of :Mrs. Ed- ever handy. Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines, Raleigh
Loadholtz,' and immediately the shooting I ward's husband. White D. P. A. Tampa. Fla. is the best Salve on earth and will prevent ,

all curable conditions ( began I did not see Loadholtz have fatality, when Burns, Sores, Ulcers Richmond Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,

pistol. I do not know who shot first.Mrs. Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice
w- j&
Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs.W.W. Lay and Piles threaten.: Only 25c., at and New York.
Nevada,0., was ler of Milliard Freeman produced the first pistol. READTIIIS Drugstore. the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
cured by Kodol A Pa., was curedof I heard May Brown scream: 'Mamma, THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY .

stomach of Chronic mamma, don't shoot him: and she ran I Spruce Pine Ala., Dec. 1, 1S99.-Dr. GAITERVILLE
trouble which Dyspepsia by I s
towards her mother. I did not see May E. "W. Dear Sir I last PURE MILK
hid effected I the use of Hall : spent year : Mar. S. L. Redding and family of SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED

his heart. Kodol.JJ Brown have a revolver." Justice Farris in your city, and while there your remedy Shady were pleasant visitors in our

also told the jury that Edgar Irwin was recommended to me. After Pure Milk and Cream burg last Tuesday night, the guests of SEABOARD EXPRESS
found pistol his desk with one
a on trying several other physicians, pur-
I :Mrs. Belle Deas and family.Mr. .
chamber empty, which was believed to chased small are the greatestof
bottle of
one your rem- among
.
r'Yrtt W. O. Deas and his sister, Lula! SEABOARD MAIL :'
be the one used by Mrs. Freeman. It It cured -
edy. me. Respectfully,
table delicacies ',
Theyare were business visitors in Ocala Saturday. .i.
'was a 3S-caliber Colt's. The witness S. \f. Brewer. .
I in reply to a question, said that he both RICH PURE and I '
I Mrs. Annie McConn is visiting her '
I was not in a condition to say that there A TEXAS WONDEROne WHOLESOME if suppliedby MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT :<
II' daughter, Mrs. R. H. Redding, at Shady.
i interval between the of
was an firing
|I small bottle of the Texas Wonder )lr5, J. T. Ross was the guest of Mrs. The Seaboard Florida Limited la a solid vestibuled train composed exclusively '
I II the shots, he did not in the
j as tarry
I Hall's Great Discovery, cures all N. C. Deas Sunday.Mr. of new Pullman equipment dining car, double drawing room sleepers -. .
HODOLLip.9W room after the shooting began. Load- .
W Yw La j Kidney and Bladder troubles removes THE HERMITAGE DAIRY i H L. McConn has returned stateroom and observation cars operating between St. Augustine and ,
holtz did not have a pistol at the timeor
i Gravel, cures Diabetes Seminal Emissions Tampa, after a two weeks' visit in Gaiter Jacksonville to New York via Washington; leaving St Augustine 12:10 p. -
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS produce one until Mrs. Freeman GEO. B. TYLER Proprietor.
Weak and Lame Backs Rheumatism with relatives. m. and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.
j pulled her said the witness.
gun and all irregularities of the Since a certain young man left Ga-

H R. HUNTER I I Bullets Unaccounted For Kidneys and Bladder in both men and C. BULL ter one poor girl looks sad and lonely. ONLY LINE

There seems to be considerable! mystery "women. Regulates Bladder troubles in We trust he will soon return. Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor
.
GU1 : : as to the firing of some shots yet children. If not sold by your druggist Violet. ,
. I full Information and sleeper reservations, call on any agent Seaboard .,
unaccounted for. Mrs. Freeman was i';will be sent by mail on receipt of Jl. Contractor and .
or write: 0.
-and-- shot five times. Detective Cahoon once One small bottle !is two months' treatment Builder Watches for ladies and gentlemen, '\' -'
A. 0. MACDONELL. A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON. JR.. P.\;,
:
and May Brown once. There was one and seldom falls to cure any case from Jl-50 to $76 each. A big line to I

DLOCKSMITHRepairing bullet in his pistol when It was taken above mentioned. Sold by all drug- Quick and Careful Estimates Made select from. A. E. Burnett, the Jew- Jacksonville Florida. 'Wi'

a Specialty. from him. If he shot five times and gists. Box 64, Ocala. Fla eler and Watchmaker l-,> JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ::

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O'Hara and Hodges Are Trying to Sink .



.;;$;;. First Class Meals last.Mr.Saturday Hlscock An Artesian to of sink Norwalk an Well artesian arrived here well WHEN YOU CATCH: GO'LD'Do :


for Messrs. O'Hara and Hodges on

i CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES their turpentine farm. The attemptwill

be watched with much interest as not take chances on it wearing away or experiment with< some unknown preparationwhich

in All this is the first attempt made here for may leave the bronchial tubes and lungs weakened and susceptible to attack from -

Oysters Styles. artesian water.
the germs of Pneumonia or Consumption.FOLEYS .

Mr. Sidney McQuaig. engineer on the

Room until Personal Wilson Cypress Company's log train
Dining open midnight.
while going in with a train load of logs
attention given to special orders, anythingthe
one day last week came near runninginto
market offers for the table
prepared on
the river by going into an open

short notice. switch. The river at that place was HONEY9DR

quite deep.

Several people went from here to Eu-
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar
reka last Sunday to witness the organization ..

Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. of a Baptist church. Rev. B. L not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs and prevents serious results

Hull of Connor was elected pastor and from a cold. Contains no opiates.

Special Price to Regular Boarders Miss Martha Sherouse clerk of the new -

church. It Saved His Life After the Doctor Said A Policeman's Testimony.

THE CARMICHAEL & SON GO Owing to sickness in his family J.: He Had Consumption J. N. Patterson, night policeman of Nashua Iowa.writes: "Last

W. Stevens executive committeemanfrom W. R.Dam, Vissalia, California, writes: "There is no doubt but winter I had a bad cold on my lungs and tried at least a half-dozen
this district could not meet the what Foley's Honey and Tar saved my life. I had an awful cough advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physicians
on my lungs and the doctor told me I had consumption. I commenced without getting any benefit, A friend recommended Foley's Honey
At McGratii's StandWUPSEDWARDS county executive committee in Ocala taking Foley's Honey and Tar and found relief from the first and and Tar and two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I consider it the
last Saturday, but says that if he had three bottles cured me completely." greatest cough and long medicine in the world."

;one he would have voted to put anther \
I
e) man in C. M. Bro vn's place.A Three sizes-25c, SOc and $1.00. The SO-cent size contains two and one-half times as much as the small size and the

young son of :Mr. and Mrs. George $1.00 bottle almost six times as much. Refute Substitutes
.
Rhodes of Dexter was buried in the

Fort McCoy cemetery last Sunday. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED IY 11

At the City Market Several others of the family are pros-

trated by the same maladytyphoIdfever. AT THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLORIDA

Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetables -
Your correspondent was asked what I

the difference was in issuing bonds and THE COLORED PEOPLE'S LOW RATES TO WASHINGTONOn
in Season
issuing county scrip to draw 5 per cent.
Atlantic Coast LineTHROUGH DEPARTMENTRev. Account of the Presidential Inauguration
Interest in order to raise money to

City and Country Trade SolicitedFree build the court house and he could not ---. Via the Atlantic __ ...-

properly answer the question. Will Coast Lint
J. E. A. Keeler, Edittr.
some one who Is able explain the difference -
Delivery Phnne J2J. ? CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA On account1 the presidential Inau

) guration Washington D. C.. March 4,
Farmers are pleased to know that
Mrs. Alice Fluitt Is improving.Mrs. 1905. the Atlantic Coast Line will sell
oats were not seriously damaged by the 1
-CONNECTIONSTO tickets from all points on its line In
late cold spelL The generous showersare .
D.
The W. Goodwin is
Final Adventuresof improving.Miss
the state of Florida at rate of one fare
bringing them out in good shape.' I
plus 25 cents for the round For
Rev. David Martin of Oxford preached THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannan Charleston Richmond, Annie Harmon continues very trip.
All Rail and Washington thence via Pennsylvania Ry. military companies and brass bands in
Sherlock HolmesNow at the Marshville school house Sun ill.
uniform twenty or more on one ticket
day and Sunday nightMr.
e rate of one cent per mile plus arbitraries -
E. G. Taylor has moved to the TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie Call at Davis stall at the city market -

Running in the Tam McQuaig place for this year. Flyer route via Atlanta. for choice meats etc. per capita in each direction. Dates
of sale March 1. 2 and 3, final limit
.Messrs. M. L. and John McQuaig have
Rev. E. W. Larkin has charge' of a March 8, but extension of limit can be
moved their families to Eureka in order -TO THE EAST Via Save & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York Philadelphiaand
ATLANTA SUNDAY JOURNALAt church at Rochelle this year. secured to March 18, by depositingticket
to be near their work as they are Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York Washington
and paying fee of $I at time of
both employed by the Wilson Cypress: Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
Time and tide waits for no man; deposit. For further information see
Company.Mr. Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel-
neither does interest and death.
ticket agents or communicate with T.
a Cost of Sixty Cents a Word These Wonderful Stories Were Secured J. W. Williams, who recently Steamship phla.
C. White D. P. A.. Tampa Fla.CONSTIPATION.
moved his family to Ocala, has secur- Wanted-A first class good and reliable -

Subscription Price for the Thirteen Sundays Mailed to Any Address for 50c. ed Bock Wiley, a colored man to live KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co. cook. Call at the Star office.

on his place for this year. -----
Mrs. M. E. Lampkin returned Mon-
The many friends of Mrs. Nancy Co- Route of the celebrated trains New lork & Florida Special Florida and
No More Romances of the Great Detective Will be Written After These day from her visit to the East Coast.
ker will be pleased to learn that she West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.

has entirely recovered from her recent Mrs. J. H. Davis is
SUBSCRIBE NOW AND GET THE BENEFIT OF THESE STORIES Quickest schedules superior service. For information as to rates, schedules visiting her mother 'For.flyer Bios years 1 suffered with chronic con
bad spell of sickness. She is spendinga Mrs. Jane stipation and during thtt time I
bad
Nelson who is quite ill to take an
etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with T. C. White, D. P. injection of warm water once every*i boon before
while with her daughter Mrs. J. W. I could hove au action OD my bowel. lie I
A., Tampa; W. J. Craig G. P. A.,; H. M. Emerson. T. M., Wilmington. N. C. Call at the Mack House for comfortable tried Caacare. and today I aDi a well ptly ms
Stevens at this place. lJ1r.u::tare nine before
Notify the Carrier or Local Agent, or Address ufferej mold sun t need Caeeeret. I
I misery with In..malI'Urt.Tbanki
lodging and first class meals.
to TOO 1 am free from all that this niormnf. Yon
eau use Luis 10 behalf of trffmnic hmramtV"B.
THE ATLANTA JOURNAL END OF BITTER FIGHT Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest West Broadway. I .f.Fisher,Ucauolt, IU.

Circulation 10 S. Broad St. Atlanta Ga.
,
Department Mrs. :Mary Jones daughter Matilda,I
"Two physicians had a long and Via and Florida Limited.Solid Best F
For Sale Chicago was seriously injured at Howard Academy els
at the Ocala News Stands.
stubborn fight with an abscess on my yesterday.

right lung" writes J. F. Hughes of Du- vestibule train of Pullman sleeping observation library, dining car I i

pont Ga., "and gave me up. Every- and catches between St. Augustine and Chicago via Atlanta Chattanooga and Call at Tompkins and Brooks' stores I f

body thought my time had come. As a Nashville. for choice &groceries etc. four doors CANDY CATMaATiC

I last resort I tried Dr. King's New Dis- below the city market. I

covery for Consumption. The benefit Leave St. Augustine ..... .... ....F. E. C. Ry. .. .. ...... ...8:20 a. m.

I received was striking and I was on Arrive Jacksonville.... ........ ......F. E. C. Ry..... ....... ......9:20: a. m. 2500 sound cypress shingles in good I Pleaiact,Palatable Potent.Ta Good Do

ARIAN PAINTSUPERIOR my feet in a few days. Now, I've entirely Leave Jacksonville..A." C. L. R. R....... ... ... 9:30 a. m. shape, carefully removed, and will Never old in Sicken bulk. The Weaken genuine or Gripe tablet'loe tuniped.!+eIte.
make a good roof. Price
regained my health." It con- Arrive Tifton..... ... ... ... .......A. C. L. R. R...... ... .....1:25 p. m. waterproof Guaranteed to tare or your money bacli. 0004.1
$2.50 for the lot. Apply at at thisoffice. Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or .
quers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Leave Tifton... ..... ... ... ... ..G. S. & F. Ry...... ... ....1:30 p. m. once
I ANNUAL SALE TEN KILUGN{ BOXES
FOR ALL USES Lung troubles. Guaranteed by the An- Arrive Macon..G. S. & F. Ry.. ... .... ..4:15 p. m. I I I1HE

ti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price 50c. and Leave Macon..... ..... ... ... ....C. of Ga. Ry.. ..... .....4:20 p. m. Hot soda apparatus at the Red

$1. Trial bottles free. Arrive Atlanta..C.. of Ga. Ry..... ...... ..7:00 p.m. Cross Pharmacy West Broadway

0 I Leave Atlanta..W. & A. R. R...... ..... .7:13 p. m. where you can get hot lemonade ginger -

& A. R. R.... .. .....10:57
Souvenir Cards at the Postofflc I Arrive Chattanooga..W., : p. m. chocolate bouillon coffee etc. Everything

FOR SALE BY Drugstore. Leave Chattanooga..N. C. & St. L. Ry. ..... 10:04 p. m. is in first class order. Holiday -

Arrive Nashville. .... ...... ......N. C. & St. L. Ry. .......3:13: a. m. prices. Call and satisfy yourself. TEXAS a PACIFIC

Sternberger & Phillips Leave Nashville... .... .... .... ..L. & N. R. R..... .... .. ....3:40 a. m.
"Woodmar." f
Arrive Evansville....... ....... ....L..& N. R. R..... .... ... 8:10 a. m. L. Green the tonsonal artist and p'

Ocala FloridaIMPROVED Leave Evansville..L. & N. R. R..... .. ........8:20 a. m. lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft o RAILWAY

MARDI GRAS FESTIVITIES Arrive St. Louis..L. & N. R. R.... .. .......1:53 p. m. and sweet and my hair-cut is the bestI

Leave Evansville.. ... .. ...... ....E. & T. H. R. R.... .....8:20 a. m. have two of the finest chairs.that turn

New Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola Arrive Terra Haute... .... .... ....E. & T. H. R. R...... .. ....11:45 a. m. every way. Razors fixed In all styles.t I I The Great Eastern

Leave Terra Haute..C. & E. I. R. R.. .... .... .11:5011.. m. Call and be convinced. West Broad and Western Line
Mardi Gras at New Orleans. Mobile I I
Arrive Chicago..C. & E. L R. R.... .....4:30 p. m. way, next to A. Smith.A. .
and Pensacola will be held March 2 to
I I Across the Entire States off
I SERVICE 7, inclusive this year, and will be on This train is the standard of perfection in passenger service. For Pull- W. Walker the world champion
I I
shaver and hair cutter. his keen
much larger scale than ever before. man reservations and other information apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry., Try f I

For the occasion the round trip rate St. Augustine or Atlanti cCoast Line office 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. razors hair clippers and scissors and MA? and LOUI8KA I

Memphsis to Hot Springs Ark. will only be one first class fare plus be convinced of his superior skilL Ra-!i

25 cents. Tickets to be sold March 1 zors honed and ..concaved in all styles.
NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS
to 6, inclusive final return limit March Call at No. 115 N. Magnolia street,

VIA 11. However tickets can be extendedto CHEAP RATES TO next S. A. L. I Direct Line to

March 25 by depositing with special
Call at the Vienna bakery the only
agent and by payment of fee of 50 oents California and the NorthwestTHE NORTH TEXAS
colored bakery in the city. Full line
THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEMMorning
at time of deposit. The Louisville and
of bread genuine French loaf twist NEW MeXICO
Nashville Railroad
operates through ,
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY cakes, pies rolls etc. All special orders .
Pullman drawing room sleepers dally
train leaves Memphis 10 a. m.. reaching Hot Springs 3:45 p. m. "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE." filled with dispatch and promptness. ARIZONAand
from Jacksonville and
desiring
Carries observation cafe car Pullman parlor car and day coaches. anyone Also a full line of choice family
full and complete information should Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest. groceries. J. J. Marshall, 30 West

NIGHT TRAIN address Geo. E. Herring F. P. A., Jacksonville Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable. Broadway; Mitchell block.

Fla. $55.10-Portland, Seattle Vancouver and British Columbia points.
Leaves Memphis 8:30: reaching Hot Springs next morning. Carries Pullman $49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte Anaconda Missoula and intermediate Rev. M. N. Newsome, pastor of Covenant CALIFORNIA

drawing room sleeper and day coach. Baptist church and family, were
Northern Pacific Railway.
GRAHAMVILLE points on the I
Los Angeles. San Diego Benson. Phoenix Prescott very agreeably surprised last Thursday I[WRITE FOR NEW BOOK OP TEX A3. FBIB
San Francisco
$44.70-
See that your ticket reads via 'THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM" from
Memphis, thereby avoiding change of d epots at that point. We were very sorry that Rev. Ked- I Tuscon Denver Colorado Springs Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque.The evening by several of his members.,
Jacksonville. Low Rates From Among. the many precious packages EP. TURNER
ney was unable to fill his appointmenthere Above Rates Apply From .Proportionate
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES IN EFFECT DAILY I He Florida Points were some that contained money. The I
last Sunday. was present but All I General Passenger Agent
sincere thanks of the pastor and fam-
WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE too sick to preach.We The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton Macon Atlanta Chattanooga ily are hereby tendered the donors for DALLAS, TEXAS
notice that Mr. Raymond Reynolds Two trains daily with through sleepers to St. Louis
I I Nashville and St. Louis. their grateful remembrance. The fol-
is very wise. He makes sure to
S. L. PARROTT. Dist Pass. Agt., and Chicago. lowing composed the party: BrothersW.
Syste \ call when the "main" fellow is not L.ALEXAWDER
7:50 via the Georgia Southern, and Florida Ry.
Leave Jacksonville a. m. L. Jones Shed Phillips P. S. Staggers -

No. 6, N. Pryor St., Atlanfg, Ga. present. Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. m. via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry. John Davis F. Mention, H. Hicks Practical

There was a certain young man walk- Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May and Sisters Ida J. Richardson, A. M. ,

ing down Lovers' Lane last Sunday and 15 and from September 15 to October 31. 1
inclusive Chandler Annie Townsley, Aquilla CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful
instead of Lovers' Lane thought it was E. J. Florida
information write to Walker
other
For maps schedlues and Jones, Hattie Williams, C. Riley Pat-
A New Train "mud" lane.We .
Passenger Agent "Dixie Flyer" Route Jacksonville Florida. sy Sims Sallie Felden Patsy Morgan, estimates made on all contract
i are glad to see Miss Wellhornerin
Sarah Cow ens, Lula Lloyd Laura Wes- work. Gives more and better work for

To Grahamville again. ley Hannah Michael Jessie Watson he money than any other In town.
Hot
Springs Ark. We are sorry to learn that Mr. Allen
BatesRound Nancy Hicks and Lillian Sinn.
Gibson is ill with fever. Special

We see the young gents are now riding -
Via the PIRATING FOLEY'S -L!KFTUiTPKINSHas ?
IRON horseback but the ankle expresswas :
MOUNTAIN ROUTE trip colonist rates to Texas Oklahoma Louisiana and Indian Territory HONEY ANO-TAR
in time last Sunday all right.
r
each first and third Tuesday.
.
Now leaves Memphis daily at 11-13 p. m.. operating through chair car and Cracker. One-way and round trip colonist rates to the West and Northwest Foley &x6oT'Chicago, originated a well selected stock of

sleeping car to Little Rock and Hot One-way colonist rates to California and the Northwest from March 1 Honey Fresh Meats oi ail kinds.
Springs. Art, latter being open for occupancy DESERVED POPULARITYTo d Tar as a throat and lung .

every evening at S o'clock. This train also connects at Little Rock until.. May 15, 1905. remedy and on account of the greatmerit

for all points In Arkansas Louisiana, Texas and Indian Territory giving the cure Constipation and Liver trou- Special first class round trip rates to Colorado every day until ifey'l; and popularity of Foley's Honeyand Vegetables and Greens..

Iro.Mountain Route three trains daily to the Great eturn limit June 1, 1905. _
Southwest leaving Mem- bles by gently moving the bowels and ; Tar many imitations are offeredfor Fresh and Salt Water Fish received -
phis dally at 8:50 aJ 8 p. m., and 11:15 The choice of the two most direct routes and three gateways
p. m.All acting as a tonic to the liver take Lit /- the genuine. Ask for Foley's Hon- every day. Cedar Key Oysters

trains from the Southeast connect with the Iron Mountain Trains at tle Early Risers. These famous little UNION AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC ey and Tar and refuse any substitute received daily. Leave your orders

Memphis. For rates maps etc., address. Pills are mild pleasant and harmless / offered as no other preparation will with me. Prompt delivery.

HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS 'I. E. REHLANDER, but effective and sure. Their universaluse Through Pullman tourist cars operated eacoojonday" from Birmingham to give the same satisfaction. It is mild-

San Francisco without change via. Montgomer;{and New Orleans. laxative. It contains no opiates and
Traveling Passenger Agent, for many years is a strong guarantee ly I I. E, TOMPKINS
Jan. 13 and 17, Feb. 7 and 21, 34 West 9th St, of their popularity and usefulness. Ask for particulars. J. F. VAN fiENSSELAER. Gen. Agt, is safest for children and delicate per- ,

Mar. 7 and 21, Apr. 4 and 18. CHATTANOOGA, TENN I sold by all druggists. .3 Peachtree St, Atlatna Ga. sons. Sold by the Postofflce Drugstore. ...;. pity- Market- i



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xml record header identifier oai:www.uflib.ufl.edu.ufdc:UF0007590800317datestamp 2008-10-29setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Ocala evening starOcala evening star.Evening starStardc:subject Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)dc:description Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).dc:publisher Porter & Hardingdc:date 2 16, 1905dc:type Newspaperdc:format v. ; 61 cm.dc:identifier http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/ufdc/?b=UF00075908&v=0031711319113 (OCLC)sn 84027621 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage United States of America -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala