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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, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1905


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EVENING STARC. "THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT"GROCERIES FROM OUR CONGRESSMAN


Washington. Feb. U, 1905.

L. BITTINGER & CO. Mr. C. L Bittinger, Ocala, Fla.:

Dear Sir: The House committee on

C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll public buildings and grounds today THE

Proprietor and Publishers reported an omnibus bill, including a

$75,000 item for the Ocala public build

C. L BITTINGER, ing. I had introduced a bill calling for MARCUS VARIETY I TOM

Editor and General Manager.R. 1200,000, but of course knew that was fRAHI({ HARItIS

more than I could get The supervising
We are ready to prove to you at any time that we handle only the best in
R. CARROLL, architect, however, when he was called STOREOCALA

City Editor and Business Manager our line and we want to have the pleasure of serving you. If our past record upo nto report on my bill, reported that

/ $95,000 was all that was necessary, as

e stands for anything, we ought to have your business, and we want all that would put up such a building as FLORIDA.ANNOUNCEMENT..
ANOTHER FIREAT HOMOSASSA

.-' ,.------ ---.-" .---'-, that we can get. You will find that our prices are as low as anyone can make was needed, the ground having already

< f' been secured. Of course we need the
"' /"Yesterday Capt. H. W.
afternoon them, and we do not stint ourselves on what we buy: 95,000., but the committee having a
: 'ileeker's big boarding house near the
general plan of cutting all these esti-
depot at Homosassl. caught fire and in
\ mates, gave 75000. which is really better
( a Trf short time was burned to the
than was done for many places. OPENING
.C1' und.|and very little rpH'Se'cdn
\ ? I have been before the committee
Xjii-as saved. The house was very old .
t several times about this matter, and
and very dry, and burned like tinder. Eat Right and You Will Feel Right
while I was desirous of getting the full
There were a number of guests in the
I amount, I think it was quite a victoryto
house, among them R. B. Spencer, Miss
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have the $75,000 inserted.I _
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C. C. Gill
L. V. Spencer of Virginia,
wired Mr. Anderson today, who has
and wife of St Louis and L. Simmons
been taking considerable interest In ". .
of Cincinnati, who were out of the
H. B. MASTERS.OCALA this matter, requesting him to furnishthe
house when the fire occurred, so lost .
newspapers with the Item. The above named establishment will throw open its doors to
every article of their personal effects,
With assurances of esteem, I am,
which was quite a heavy loss, as they
Yours very truly,
located there for some time. The
were
party came on to Ocala on the evening HOUSE ARRIVALS THE JACKSONVILLE TRAGEDYThe S. -M. Sparkman. the public Saturday, February i8th, and hereby extends to the peopleof


train, arriving here at 8 o'clock, and .
S. H. Happersett. Jacksonville; W. H. body of May Brown, the unfor- INVESTIGATION ORDERED
now at the :Montezuma. Captain
are Meeker's loss is very severe on him, Burt, N'e York; Mrs. W. L. Lowry tunate girl who was ruined and killed Ocala and neighboring communities an invitation tp call and see the

Florida; Ed W. Pettit and wife, New by Owen Loadholtz, was buried Thurs- President Rooseelt to Fight the Stand-
and it is doubtful if he had any Insur-
Jersey; L. A. Brolson and wife, Brooklyn day. The large attendance and the ard Oil Company

ance. N. Y.; C. E. Smith York, Pa.; E. deep concern manifested showed the splendid line of goods to be displayed. The business will be carriedon
Washington, Feb. 17.-President
I G. Milburn. New York; Mr. and Mrs. dead girl had many friends.
SOME HARDWARE BUSINESSThe i Roosevelt has ordered a special inves-
C. Gallagher Miss L. A. Gallagher, Mrs. Freeman, her mother, still lingers -

Marion Hardware Company has Boston; W. M. Price. New York; D. S. between life and death. tigation of the Standard Oil Companyat in such a way as,to make it everything that its name implies-
the hands of the bureau of
received and unloaded eight cars of Woodrow, city; S. C. ::McLauchan Owen Loadholtz the man responsible corpora-
tions in the department of commerceand
hardware this week as follows: One Pennsylvania; :M.: M. Desmond Macon; for the trouble, intends, so his attorney -

car of nails, a car of American field J. R. Thornton Atlanta; F. H. Broughton says, to leave Jacksonville. The labor with special reference to the VARIETY. ''Handlers Everything" is one of the sayings originated
recent operations of the in
fence, a car of dynamite, a car of pipe, and wife Toledo, 0.; T. H. Thompson authorities have not molested him, not company
Kansas.
a car each of gasolene engines and Indiana; L. II. Getz, New York; even to the extent of arresting him

power pumps for irrigating plants. The F. S. Osteen, Micanopy; Owen M. Banner for carrying concealed weapons.C. The order followed a call at the White especially for THE VARIETY, and everything possible will be
House of Representative Campbell of
engines are all sizes, from two-horse Philadelphia; Geo. H. Gilmer W. Croft, who testified that he had
I Kansas, who procured yesterday the
power up; also a carload each of McCormick i Lynchburg; E. O. Futch, Gainesville; criminal relations with May Brown, -
I passage by the House of Representatives -.
and Deering disc cultiators, L. R. Golden. New York; Y. :M.: He. was summarily bounced from his posi- done to prove that the saying is not a misnomer. Among the great
of a resolution providing for suchan
and one-horse cultivators. This look Jacksonville: R. K. R-artmann, Citr : tion in the Jacksonville fire depart-

very much like the ::Marion Hard/are H. G. Eagleton, Tampa; H. A. Groo\ ment, and it is probable that he will investigation.MISS .

Company was doing some busine* and Atlanta. tfnd it hard work to again obtain re- variety of goods to be found here we note a few:
WILLARD'S STATUE
that there was plenty of busijress in c\; nition among respectable men.

this part of the country. In /dditlon PERFECT CONFIDENCEWhere IV is the opinion of many well in-
Unveiled in the National Capitol Today
to this three carloads of pipe/ence and formSd people, among them some law-
there used to be a feeling of
nails will come in next week yers, t tnut Loadholtz is at the least legally Washington, Feb. 17.-The snow-
uneasiness and in the household
worry
guiW of manslaughter, and It is white marble statue of Miss Frances E.
when a child showed symptoms of Goods Shoes
Tomorrow at the armofr the teach- I hard to un rstand how a man who has Willard conspicuous as the only statueof Dry Clothing,
croup, there is now perfect confidence.
era of Marion county \\rnl hold a ses- caused so n\ich harm can be turned a woman among a score or more
This is owing to the uniform success of
sion. County Superintendent W. D. lose without"even a trial. of images of noted men, will be unveiled -
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the
Carn, who is president(of the association in Statuary Hall of the capitolthis
treatment of that disease. Mrs. M. I.
will preside and a very Interest- THAT TICKLING IN THE THROAT afternoon, with exercises of a highly Hardware Enamelware Tinware
Basford, of Poolesvllle, Md., in speak-
ing program will be given. Among the interesting and impressive character. ,
ing of her experience in the use of One mihute after taking One Minute
distinguished speakers \\ibe Presi- The statue Is a gift from the stateof
that remedy, says: "I have a world of Cough Cure that tickling in the throatIs Ell
dent Andrew Sledd of the University Illinois, but its formal acceptancewill
confidence in Chamberlain's Cough gone. It acts in the throat not the
of Florida, located at Lake City, who be made the occasion for a loving
Remedy for I have used it with perfect stomach. Harmless-good for children.A. .
has the reputation of being one of the I tribute from the women of the entire Glassware Crockery. Window Shades
success. My child Garland, is sub- L. Spofford, postmaster at Chester, ,
most eloquent speakers in the stateon country to the memor of the great tem-
ject to severe attacks of croup and it Mich., says: "Our little girl was unconscious -
educational matters. This meeting I perance leader. I
always gives him prompt relief." For from strangulation during a
should Interest our people, especiallythe
sale by the Postoffice Drugstore.If uJden and terrible attack of croup.
mothers, who are so deeply Interested GIVE YOUR STOMACH A REST All Kinds of Household Goods
Three doses of One Minute Cough Cure ,
in the education of their chil- *
there is anything that you see at half an hour apart speedily cured her.
dren, and have more to do with having Your food must be properly digested I
the exhibit of the National Biscuit Co., I cannot praise One Minute Cough Cure
and assimilated to be of
their children attend school than the any value to
too much for what it has done in our
bread-winner of the family. It is hoped and want to know where you can get it, you. If your stomach is weak or diseased -
family." It always gives relief. Sold
they will be there in force. The let us assure you that it can be foundat by all druggists. take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It Immense Line of Fancy Stationery,

meeting is open to the public and all "The House That Treats You Right!'I 1'gests what you eat and gives the

are cordially invited to be present. Let stomach a rest, enabling it to recuperate -

us show the teachers of the county and take on new life and grow strong
MONTEZUMA ARRIVALS I
President Sledd that the people of I again. Kodol cures sour stomach, gas, I

Ocala believe in our public schools by I I nlJJ o6S5IllDUrFORCE floating, heart palpitation and all ,digestive School Supplies, Etc >_
J. T. Bean Chicago; J. W. Willis, !
our presence tomorrow.Mr. disorders. L. A. Soper, of Little -
Crystal River; G. A. Petteway and
Rock, Ky., writes us: "We feel that
wife, Leroy; Miss B. B. Willis, Leroy;
and Mrs. C. L Hudson of Ham Kodcl Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the
W. II. Wolf Leroy; P. T. Ward, Battle,

.. ilton. Ga.. who have been Spending ,a I Ga.; J. \\'. Alford Tennessee; A. Wake- commendation that can be given it, as Everything handled will be sold at prices lower than the
it saved the life of little girl when
month in Cuba, visiting various portions ; BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BESTIN our
field, Philadelphia; II. A. Carter, Jack-
of the island, and visiting Mr. and 1 THE LAND FOR THE MONEY! she was three years old. She Is now

Mrs. E. C. Hood, returned to Ocala today : sonville; A. J. Willis Crystal River; J. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE six and we have kept it for her con- same goods can be purchased. for anywhere else in the city. We
C. Lynes, Crystal River; F. W. Barse.
and will leave for home tomorrow. i "SUNNY JIM" SHOE AND INSISTON strntly! but of course she only takesit
Tampa; G, R. Frantz, Jacksonville;
They had a delightful time and saw E. M. Parker. Xew York; N. Roshnan, GETTING IT.CHILDREN. no'" when anything disagrees with stand ready at all times to make good this assertion. We are enabledto
her. Sold by all druggists.
many things to interest thept.: They
New York; G. W. Brewer, North Car-
were in Havana during the auto races, CREMATED
olina; F. S. Osteen, Micanopy; R. B. this for mentioned We
do several which will be :
and said the crowd to witness them TEDDY THE WHOLE THING reasons, among
Spencer, Virginia; Miss L. V. Spencer,
was large. Six autos were entered. I Boyne City, :Mich. Feb. 17.-Three
Virginia; C. C. Gill and wife, St. Louis;

Mr. and Mrs. Hudson joined an excur- L. Simmons, Cincinnati; W. A. Baxley, children were burned to death at Washington, Feb. 17.-The Mann bill, ell for cash only, hence have no salaried bookkeepers to pay nor

sion party and went out thirty milesto Levon; Lewis Croxton, Virginia; Geo. Springdale, sixteen miles from here, to provide a government for the canal

get a good look at the H. yesterday, and their zone, was passed by the House without
races. Mr. father, Frank
R. Layman, Jacksonville. bad debts to "make good" trom the people who do pay. We buy for
said he saw corn in all stages of Pearsons, was so badly burned and also further discussion. The bill gives all

growth, from the old corn in the fieldto frozen while fighting the fire and trying the right of government of the canal

roasting ears He said it was sur- PUTS AN END TO IT ALLA to rescue the children, that he will zone to the president until the end of spot: cash and in this way take advantage of all discounts on our pur-

prising to see the number of American probablydie.. the next Congress, but provides that
grievous wail ofttimes comes as
tourists in Havana; that the town was Three Small the government shall be so exercisedas All marked in and only ONE
I a result of unbearable pain from overtaxed I Bodies Burned to a Crisp purchases. goods are plain figures
literally packed. to protect the inhabitants in the free
organs. Dizziness, Backache, Edwards 111., Feb. .-Fire of
enjoyment of their liberty, propertyand
Mrs. Alcott and the Misses Alcott Liver complaint and Constipation. But terious origin in the house of m's-I I religion. It abolishes the Isthmian PRICE is charged whether the person be railroad magnate or day

thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills, Harris, a coal miner, burned the bodiesof
and :Miss: Lane of Brooksville. N. Y., Canal Commission, and places the
they put an end to it all. They are gentle Harris' three small children to a
who have been spending a month in but thorough. Try them. -Only crisp yesterday. work of the construction of the canalin laborer. We want everybody to come in and see our goods, see our

Ocala at the Oklawaha Inn departed the hands of the president.
::5c. Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly Harris and his wife were rescued

yesterday for Gainesville, here theygo Drugstore. but were horribly burned. prices, see our methods of doing business, and see that we can save ,
to enjoy the Bible conference pro- FAILEDAll

ceedings. These people are great trav-
elers, spending most of each year visiting "Woodmar.:f THE DEATH PENALTYA efforts have failed to find a bet- you money. Look out for the Grand Introductory Sale which will

ter remedy for coughs, colds and lung
new places and scenes, not onlyIr
little troubles than Foley3 Honey and Tar.
sometimes
thing results in
in the United States, but all over the Four clever, up-to-date vaudeville be held in a few days as soon as several delayed shipments arrive.
death. Thus a mere scratch, insignificant It stops the cough, heals the lungs and ,
world. artists are with the new "Old FarmerHopkins"
cuts or punyboils have paid the prevents serious results from a cold.J. .
Company, and will introduce
their death penalty. It is wise to have N. Patterson, Nashua, la., writes: Watch our advertisements for announcement of date for this sale.
Mr. Timmons and family of Nashville refined and pleasing specialties
Bucklen's Arnica. Salve ever handy. "Last winter I ha da bad cold on my
Tenn., are now enjoying the during the play at the opera house,
Is the best Salve on earth and will prevent lungs and tried at least half a dozen
spring breezes at Citra. They expectto Saturday night. February 18.Nuts I ,
fatality: when Burns. Sores, Ulcers advertised cough medicines and had
Ir come to Ocala next week and giveit
and Piles threaten.: Only 25c.! at treatment from two physicians without
a thorough inspection. Mr. Timmons fruits and candies at Taylor'sOpera .
the Anti-Monopoly:: Drugstore.TO geting any benefit. A friend recom-
Sr.. is deeply interested in orange culture -
mended Foley's Honey and Tar, and
at Citra, and has one of the finest
HouseONE RETURN HONORED RELICS two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I THEVARIETY S
groves in the state at that place, which
consider it the greatest cough and lung
Washington Feb. 17.-The House
went through the late freezes In fine
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medicine in the world. Sol dby the
shape. NIGHT ONLY committee on military affairs has authorized -

a fa"orablereport on the joint Postoffice Drugstore. M03CUSFltfNK> TOM
Saturday, February 18, 1905 STORE
resolutions that Union and i
Dunnellon providing !! -
sent up the following delegation -
HARRIS.
today: Charley Shaw, builder: THE LAUGHING EVENT Confederate Hags in the custody of the 1 R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK

Horace Keen, marshal; Nat BoswHl. war department be returned to the I* True To Its JTiss.

FRANK S. DAVIDSONIn authorities in the states in which
liveryman; Harry Peter general pro- proper FULLER & BLALOCK Northwest Corner Square.

moter. It is the regiments which bore the nags were
reported as a fact that Marion Hdw. Co.
the- Building Formerly Occupied by
the last two named secured their mar- organized. DENTAL SURGEONSOffices tlI

riage licenses today and Monday Xat NEW "OLD FARMER HOPKINS" i

Boswell will step upon the matrimonial PIRATING FOLEY'S over Munroe & Chambliss Bank
Revised and ReWritten Up to Date:
springboard and Tuesday his friend, HONEY AND TAR OCALA FLA.
A Little BeyondA
Peters, will second the motion. It was Foley & Co., Chicago, originated

strongly hinted by the quantity of Selected Company of Honey and Tar as a throat and lung I I Terms Cash

packages they carried with them that remedy, and on account of the great

they had invested in enough furnitureto ACTORS, SINGERS and DANCERS merit and popularity of Foley's: Honey LEW WALLACE DEAD I I The state supreme court, which was CREAMERY BUTTER .

supply two cottages.W. The Imperial Solo Orchestra and Tar many Imitations are offeredfor J. E. CHACE five years behind on the docket, has The Carmichael & Son. Co. keep
General Lew Wallace, author of "Ben
the genuine. Ask for Foley's Hon- now cleared the deck. constantly on band receiving fresh

C. Denman and wife came in this TWENTY ARTISTS ey and Tar and refuse any substitute DENTAL SURGEON Hur," died at his home In Crawfords- supply every two days delicious pure.

morning from the Fairfield section. Mrs. 1000 Square Yards of Magnificent offered, as no other preparation will yule, Ills., Wednesday nigh Oeala News Company and Ocala Georgia creamery butter. 25 cents per .

D. went down to Plant City this after- Scenery give the same satisfaction. It Is mildly I Office upstairs. Commercial Bank House stand have the celebrated La pound kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. '

noon to visit her son, I. C. Denman, laxative. It contains no opiates and Building Ocala Florida. Exq l1i""si ...ma In the nner grades at Espuela cigar Grand Royal Milo Deyo

who is operating a sawmill in that section Seats on sale at the Ocala News Co. is safest for children and delicate per- Imported ware. The prices are very I and other brands. Try them and you Taylor has a full line of I.owney'a

Tickets, 50 and 75 cents., sons. Sold by the PostofHce Drugstore. TERMS CASH I law. A. E. Burnett. will be pleased. bulk candies. They are second to none.










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HY ROBINSON, President S. H. BLITCH, Manager CAPITAL $50,000.00 'P"0 <" -< ', *.;. -a-r---", ," ..." ,---' ;' >

A. H. MARSH, Assistant Manager. Washington, Feb. 17.-Rain and :: >

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HERBERT A. FORD, President.

THE COMMERCIAL BANKOCALA B. BECKHAM SELLS GEO. H. FORD, Vice President.

F. \VATSON, Cashier.
HIS COMMISSARY
FLA.

(Branch Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.) ) .
Mr. F. B. Beckham, the well known

CAPITAL, $50,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $37,235.37 merchant, has disposed of his large 1


We are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any Accommodations Con. commissary Phosphate ,Company's located at plant the at Dutton Rock THE\ ENTRAL NATIINAL J BANK IF\ a q

sistent With Safe Banking. Springs, to the Dutton Commissary

Company, a new firm organized for the J
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US purpose of operating mercantile estab- r

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Safety Deposit Vaults for Rent. lishments at the mines owned by Dut-
3
ton & Co. The amount paid Mr. Beck-
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J. K. CHRISTIAN. R. L. ANDERSON.
ham is not known but is supposed to
GEO, MAcKAY. ED HILLER.
OCALA OCCURRENCESSee Miss Mamie Earle of South Carolina be about two thousand dollars. Mr. Directors : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.

formerly of Earlesville, Fla. and a fre- Beckham will continue operating his R. S. HALL.

quent visitor to Ocala and the recipi- store In New berry and possibly will go .

silver shirtwaist sets at Bur ent of many social favors in the years into active business in Ocala.

nett's. gone by will be married on March 17,

to Second Lieutenant William A. Mc- MR. GORDON BUYS A HOME I

Hot soda at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- Cain of the Seventh Cavalry The wed- /--- '- ,-..,.".,-- SALE / KARPEN

store. ding will take place at Fort Riley, Kan- '"' Mr. Henry / ordon, our pepuktr-and ...c

sas, where this regiment is stationed, efficient she has j Thought the D.

Mr. Harry Eagleton) of Tampa is in but will leave almost immediately afterwards E. Potter placl, just south of and adjoining "

the city. for the Filipine Islands for town where Captain F. D. .,

two years' duty. Lieutenant McCain's c. Pooser has resided for the past yearor t
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Souvenir Cards at the Postoftice bride will accompany him to the Filf- two.rfiis'is a very; valuable l prop-

Drugstore. pines. Arriving there he will be c rfyT"but "tr. Gordon got it very rea- i

granted two months lean of absence, sonably. There are ten acres with the l'

Two donkeys for sale. Apply to C. which the young couple will spend in property, a good residence, servant's

R. Tydings.At Japan. Miss Earle met Lieutenant Mc- house and a huge packing house, which

Cain at Fort Riley. where she has been can be: converted into a spacious barn.

Taylor's-Popcorn, korn nuts and visiting her sister. Mr. Gordon will shortly move his

salted peanuts family to Ocala from Dunnellon and ..., .

will occupy the property.

The best hot chocolate and whipped Youhavtof .J'

cream at Taylor's. course had twj4CHOCOLATE THE KING'S DAUGHTERS Our
Special
Nowin
Held a well attended meeting yesterday Leather Furniture
I Karpen : 3
Mr. Stephen Jewett Is out again aftera ) CREAM SODA afternoon at the Elks' Hall. The a e of Progress

few days' illness. I most important matter was the consideration -
DELHI.*, }} "ICE CREAM SODA ,
of giving the hospital a
) HOT: CMOUTE
The Ocala Wood Yard supplies wood helping hand. There was some difference Leather Furniture famous for ;
at one ot their many stores and con Karpen is its beauty of design and thoroughness of construction, and we guar
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In Phone of this
any length. opinion on question, not
sid Nd it tLo best you ever drank that they were unanimous in their antee every piece. During this sale we are able to offer leather Chairs, Rockers and Couches of the Karpen

Mr. Jones the cashier at H. B. Mas- All Chocolate Drinks servedat j I belief that the hospital was a deserving make at greatly reduced prices. We cordially invite you to inspect the wonderful values we are able to offer

ters' is on the sick list. institution, but because the revenues in these high grade goods.
our fountain are made with '" '
derived from the membership of the

The Fort King Dairy sells nothingbut 'e 7 Chocolate and after King's Daughters were not sufficient to :

pure milk and cream. their formula.T. do the charitable work they found to do. Ocala F tir n iture.: ; \

A committee, however was appointed,
W. TROXLER J
The Fert King Dairy Is now the who will make an effort to enlist more -

leading dairy around town. Fruits, Confections, Cigars and Tobacco people in the city toward aiding this LAUNDRY
THE NEW V '

Finest line of ladies' handbags in the worthy institution. HOUSE FURNISHINGS..aOur
Messrs. A. A. Winer and S. R. Wha-
city. Prices right at Burnett's. fii"r-li.l. '-Miller' returned yesterday: i $100 REWARD, $100 ley closed a contract today for the ma-

from a visit to his old friend, Ned Williamson chinery for an entire laundry plant
WANTED good cook for small at Lake Kerr. He said the \I The leaders of this paper will befle.S
with Mr. Bear representing a big laun- stock of Furniture and House
Furnishing
family. Apply at the Star office. hotel at Kerr Clty.jon the east side off d to learn that there is at least dry machinery house. The machinery,

the lake contain quite a number of one dreaded disease that science has is up-to-date in respect and the

Mr. P. S. Osteen, a naval stores operator I winter guests and.. thaJ. Colonel Townsend ,,t*er a'lle; to cure in all' its stages, and laundry will be every splendidly equipped.The Goods is second to none in the StateEVERY f

of Mlcanopy In the city. I hat is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cures
the the
turpentine operator on
i building will be completed within
side""of I the oniy positive cure now known I
J
southeast Salt Springs, was
six weeks. It will be of wood covered
Typewriter desks from $7.50 to $I! r preparing to build a hotel at those ,to the medical fraternity. Catarrh beI I with steel weatherboard siding and KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATNESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES, '.

each at the Ocala Furniture Company.Fort wonderful curative waters,[sits accommodation ing a UTstitutional disease, requires a I' TINGS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE AND PORTIERE SADDLES, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY, .'
flint coat roof, size, 32x80 feet, with
greatly needed, Mr. Miller constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca- a boiler shed 18x18 feet. I CURTAINS, SCREENS, ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CARRIAGE FOR ANY PURPOSE.;

King Dairy Is just one mile said in his trampings around the coun- tU'r1Cure is taken internally, acting I SPREADS, SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS,
I As soon as the building is completed
} from the court house on Fort King av try he jumped up three deer in a bunch directly upon the blood and mucous the supply house will send a man downto I LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,

enue. I sirfaces of POTS COCK AND HEATING STOVES RANGES BRICK SHINGLES CEMENT PHOSPHATE MA.
and it gave our fast friend the "buck the system, thereby Install the machinery and take ; AND ;
stroying the foundation of the de-I ; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR CHINERY OF ALL KINDS.
\ I charge of it until everything is running
Wood, green or dry, pine, oak or mix jt rand rivingthe patient strength by -
smoothly.The .
ed. 50c. and $1 per load. .Ocala Wood I iui ring up the constitution and assisting : I
}'or weak digestion belching or sour laundry will be open for busi-
Yard. stomach nature in doing its work. The pro- Deep well drilling contracting and building of all kinds done
use Chamberlain's Stomachand ness by April 15. :Mr. Winer will man- .
I pi rbtors have so much faith in the cur-
Liver Tablets and you will get age the laundry and Mr. Whaley will under
Why pay more than 60 cents per I atit\ powers that they offer One Hundred responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and esti-
ulck relief. Sold by the Postofficeugatore. maintain an up-town office at his store.
pound for the best candies? See Tay- I \ollar yfor any case that it fails ,
The proprietors wish it stated that mates on anything need.
lor's line. to cureNjktid for list of testimonials. you
there will be positively no cutting in ,
Addrea* F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, I ,
A \ ew and pretty line of baby car- prices and their business will be secured 4
Malto Iron Tonic, the blood enricher Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take '
riagesvand go-carts just received at strictly on merit and hustle. I
for a spring tonic at the AntiMonopoly Hall's/'amily Pills for constipation. II MCIVER & MACKAYC

Drugstore. Mclver & MacKay's. __ ?,,_ I
Every kind of farm and garden Implement -I ,
T a jury in the Dan Purcell case
f \ I I cane mills woven and barbed I ::: AL A L-cRIIA. ..
FOR SALE-Horse and wagon for I Professor King of Oak Vale came in,,' for embezzlement, before Justice Wald, : : '.
'i wire fencing. Marlon Hardware Co. .
sale cheap for cash. Can be seen at I this morning attend the Teachers' I brought in a verdict of not guilty. The J
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54 North Main street l Association tomorrow" at the armory. case was hotly contested and both attorneys .
: Pure fresh milk and cream at the
t He reports everything: in a very pros- Carlos L. Sistrunk for the :

The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Geo. I perous condition in his section. Pro- defendant, and Ray B. Bullock against, I I Fort King Dairy. PIANOS AND ,ORGANS V

F Williams has been quite ill for fessor King is one of the really excel- put up a game legal fight.
Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for
ten days but is now convalescent. lent teachers in the county.
... your stove wood. .

Our stock of blank books, stationery We carry the finest and most com-
The Fort King Dairy will deliver Buy Them at Home and be Fanly Dealt With
stationers' supplies is complete Call plete line of soaps perfumes and toi- Daviti.S1oodro
w milk or cream to any part of the city
on us. Ocala News Co. let articles in the city. Tydings and I
before breakfastSouvenir
Co. Small Musical Instruments Sheet Music Typewriters .

Try Coin Brand Bacon, and you will .

not go wrong. There is nothing finer. See that handsome sectional book- Drugstore.L. Cards at the Postoffice Bicycles, Sewing Machine Needles, Dia- :

to be had anywhere. H. B. Masters. case at the Ocala Furniture Company, ROOM 12 P. 0- BLOCK
monds Watches Fine China and Cut
and carried in stock in several sizes. It I K. Edwards manager of the Ir- and Jewelry, .

Mr. Whetstone, the genial Fort King is fully as handsome, and possesses OCALA FLORIDA
I ine Crate Factory, was in the city this Glass. -
grocer who has had a three tlajs' tussle |(I several advantages over the Globe ,
i morning see his sick father, whomhe "
,is again able to be at his place of Warnick.
reports improving. Speaking of the

business. Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Owens have REAL ESTATE business of the factory he remarkedthat Ocala Music Co. : :

I the cold snap of a month ago .
Our prescription department Is the rented the Badger residence on Okla-
LOANS ,
checked the demand for lettuce crates,
most up-to-date and has the most care- waha avenue and will open a boardinghouse
I but that everything was coming along JEWELERS
ful attention of any In the city. Ty INVESTMENTS
again and business was getting a moveon
dings and Co.
itself.
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice .
Phosphate Lands a Specialty
Mrs. William Anderson entertainedthe Drugstore. THE MAYOR'S COURTIn
I It you want a steel range and will
Married Ladies' Whist Club yesterday HATS OFFto
II I have the following properties in look at the Princess, made in Nashville '
afternoon. Mrs. L. R Chazal was I We have just received a shipmentof the major's court this morning, I
Ocala and vicinity for sale: and carried in stock in two sizes
the prize winner. 57 rolls of Japanese and Chiness Eunice Edwards, colored, and his wife the superb line of vehicles now on
by the Ocala Furniture Company,
you
mattings of different designs, from 15 1. House and lot on Oklawaba avenue were both accused, each by the other, of display in our salesrooms! Everythingthat
will buy it, and no other. I
Giles' woodyard has the largest sup to 50 cents per :)'ard. McIver & Mac- between the residences of Dr. fighting last night. The evidence was modern ingenuity has devised for

ply of stove and fireplace wood in the Kay. Tidings and Mrs. Howse; lately vacated to the effect that the woman did the comfort, for style, for beauty goes Into

tow n. Three wagons running. Prompt by Dr. \V V. Xewsom. fighting, so she was fined $5 and costs.In these carriages, stanhopes, surreys,

delivery and large loads The building committee of the county 2. Two-story house on South Orange McKEAN LUMBER Co consideration of the fact that Eu- runabouts, drays, names sand lap

fair central committee will meet I street belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin nice had such a hard time to keep out robes. Manufacturers have things 1 j

Messrs. P. W. and C. M. Whltesides tomorrow, go out to the fair grounds I and next door to residence of D. S. of the reach of the razor which the wife down so fine these days that prices areaway -

returned yesterday from Auburn Ala., with George MacKay and inspect things I Woodrow OCALA, FLA of his bosom sought so strenuously to down. May we show you the latest .

where called to attend the 1 for a display space.A .
they were
I use on nis body he was dismissed. ? .
3.
All of block %2, CaldweU's addition -
funeral of their father. I
to Ocala (one acre) being the Telephone No. 126.
pure play teaching healthful lessons I S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
property immediately north of Mr. J. President Sledd of the University of
sincere in motive and clean in '
'R. Moorhead's home. Florida, at Lake City, arrived this afternoon -
language, such a one is "Old Farmer Ceiling, Flooring and Siding,
--OURGLEAHSWEEP-- One 5. The Lewis Plater workshop on and will be the guest duringhis
Hopkins. night only, Saturday,
February IS. South Second street. Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber, stay in town of Mr. and Mrs Frank -

6. The Plantation Harris. Dr. Sledd will address the
SALEIS Campbello 2&
Every Size and Quality. teachers of Marion county tomorrow
miles southeast of town, consisting of
"Woo I
mar. 75 acres of cleared and fenced land, morning at the armor Exercises will g
A Stock of
Large Shingles.
NOW ON. begin at 10 o'clock.
and 165 acres of mixed oak hickory and '
The ladies of the Presbyterian churchill c 1---- ---
pine land of first quality; 6-room: :New Machinery.
\\ hold their monthly social at the Mr. Eugene Cox, a druggist of At-
I house; outhouses, cisterns, etc. This ..
residence of Mrs. C. C. Todd, Monday lanta, came in today to isit his mother
property is right on the A. C. L. R. R.,
afternoon February :0, from 3 to 6. Lath Brick and Building.
BIG BARGAINSTo and has a fine deposit of lime on it. Mrs Pike. "Gene" was formerly in the

-- employ of Dr. William Anderson and
7: The Rogers place on the south- Undersold by No One.
J. M. Smith o Berlin was in town
made a reputation that his friends are
Our Customers Has west edge of town, consisting of tw-o-
this morning wirh 75 dozen fresh eggs proud of.
f+ J* story house and SO acres of land. Methods Up to Date.
Always Been Our Motto. : and all he could get fcr them was :20c.a .

t dozen. / 8. The Wade Hoard property consisting I,Business Growing Rapidly. Mr?. J. W. Pearson and daughter
'L of small house and lot, due ,
V- Miss Alta went down to Holder this
We are making several changes in .south of D. E. Mclver's residence Every Customer Pleased. afternoon to visit Mr. Earl Pearson and
GOODS
NEW our Grocery Department, and we are 9. 2U acres of land on S. 10th St. wife.

ARRIVING DAILY. now in a better position to supply your adjoining property of J. :M. Meffert; Rushed with Orders.

wants than ever before. Why not giveus suitable for subdividing into lots; I I I If you have not already tried Winor Just received a carload of Old Hickory Wagons the best on the marketfor

a trial? It won't do you any harm, known as the Gamble place. Come to Us Before Buying. I Kernelled Corn it's now up to you, and the least money. Also a full line of General Hardware. Give us a call

and may do you some good. "The 10. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona SL I I we think it- is a little better than the Inspect the goods and the price will do the rest T. W. SMITH & CO.,

THE BOSTON STORE House That Treats You Right" next door to residence of R. G. Blake. .|I rders Solicited. I i best. H. B. Masters. 1 .. Hardware Dealers, Ocala Fla.






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OREGON NOTESI

A E. BURNETTTHE
: have been reading with considerable

t Interest the weather reports from the

East and Middle West. They excite a

large degree of sympathy in my mind .
The best "
JEWELER for those who live in the storm-stricken

localities. I call to mind times in the Uneeda Biscuit-the kind of food soda cracker

days of other years when I was some- -

L Fine t Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, Rings, and times Missouri too "fondly blizzards.caressed"But by the Iowa people It tA that makes a nation strong. /;' made


Cut Glass Handsome China Sterling of Hood River Valley are perfectly Made of wheat baked with '
safe from all such unpleasant condi- ((1d A

Silver and Hollow Ware. tions. The blizzard cannot get over the utmost skill and packed ,
our fence. When they come bucking


r TOILET ARTICLES against are not the equal Cascade to the mountains occasion. they The in a way that keeps them y 7

mountain barriers by which we are

FOUNTAIN, 'iPENS surrounded are sufficient. to keep out fresh. For hearty eaters '

all 'uncivilized weather. We have not

had our usual amount of snow this and delicate appetites
T OPTICAL GOODS
winter, but we hope that there is plentyof

it in the mountains. The farmersin Uneeda Biscuit

i "' the East and South depend upon the
Watch Repairing a Specialty f'are
rains in the spring and'summer to wa- equally wel -

ter their crops. It is not so with us;

i>- OCALA FLORIDA we depend on the snow that falls in come. Theyrepresent V
the winter. The great advantage in '

our case is the fact that with our system a
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of irrigation we can regulate the
.. % .
watering of our crops both In regardto happy union /

RESTAURANT time and quantity according to our ,
fThe
; own judgment. W. C. Martin. of strength %

Hood River, Oregon, Feb. 9.


.};{. First Class Meals SOUTH LAKE WEIR and light ,

i'

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES Another addition has been made to ness.

the Lake Weir navy, :Mr. A. B. Miller / goodness

'having received and launched a fine

Oysters in All Styles.Dining naptha launch.Dr. Uneeda Biscuit

E. Van Hood was here the first J
is retained by
of the week to see :Miss Magrew, a
Room open until midnight. Personal guest at A. W. Allan's who has had la-

attention given to special orders, anythingthe grippe, but at this writing is much im air tight packages,

market offers prepared for the table on proved. I I

short notice. Mrs. E. A. Ricker !Is having her house I which keep out the

repainted by Mr. C. S Gates. Mr. e

Spooner's house at Stanton is also being n'l V damp the dirt and

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar repainted. ,

Hotel Lakeside has been full of visitors / / the dust and keep in

Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. of late, and still they come. The / ,

Pleasant Hills House lost two of its the flavor
Special Price to Regular Boarders guests last week but three more are / the crispness,

booked for this week to take their / \

THE CARMICHAEL & SON GO places. I / and the original purity

Rev. J. S. Kedney, D. D., will preach 4
I of the biscuit A package
on Sunday morning at 10:45: a. m. Sun-

At McG-ratbL's Stand day school at 930. All are cordially I
Invited. of Uneeda Biscuit costs

,

OKLAWAHAMr. but

J. R. MARTIN & CO. t 5

Robert Blair and mother have .
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
been on the sick list for the past week,

but are now improving.Mr. .
GENERAL LIVERYMENFine
Charles Marshall returned from

Fort Myers last Tuesday, but will go

back there in a few days.

Carriages, Buggies and Traps Mr. J. J. Smith has gone to Tangerine -

to work for 0. W. Connor. --- --
Drummers Saddle Horses
Carryalls, etc. I
Rev. James Spicer of Altoona delivered ger chocolate, bouillon coffee, etc. Everything
THE COLORED PEOPLFSDEPARTMENT
a good sermon here Sunday.Mr. W. P. EDWARDS is in first class order. Holi
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses
: R. C. Stone visited our little day prices. .,Call and satisfy yourself

town Sunday.Mr. .
and Mules for Sale. Horses A. W. Yongue has a fine oat crop. At the City Market 2500 sound cypress shingles in good

He expects to plant fifty acres of cot- Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, EdiUr. shape, carefully removed, and will
Boarded by the Month at Special! Rate. Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetablesin make a good waterproof roof. Price,
ton.Mr. ,
$2.50 for the lot. Apply at once at this
J. L. Grantham is
busy planting list of the
The is
R. following a partial
J. MARTIN & CO. r
Season office.
beans and tomatoes.Mr. Central Florida Conference A. M. E.

--. Jesse Bush has gone to Winter church the of the
: appointments names The editor and family were the ape-

Haven to spend a few days. City and Country Trade SolicitedFree .charges appearing first: dally invited guests of Mrs. Arthur
Mr. Jack Blair has a job over at I
Gainesville District-G. W. Hawkins,I I Shannon last evening, and were the
Electra doing carpenter work.
HARD ARE P. E. Gainesville N. Ward Bagley; happy recipients of an 'excellent repasL -
Mr. Frank Morrison of Hammock Delivery Phnne 12 t.
High Springs J. S. Braswell; \Villiston!I
Pond was in the city Sunday.Mr. .
S. Daniel; Jonesville, D. E. White; !I
Robert Marshall has a fine Rev. W. O. Bartley, who was suffer-
Archer, J. S. Archer.
strawberry patch. Violet. ing very much from throat troubles
We carry a full and complete line of Ocala District-Jas. Dean, P. E. was fully relieved yesterday by the excellent -
Atlantic Coast LineTHROUGH Ocala R. S. Quarterman; :ML Tabor,
treatment of Dr. L. W. Dukes.
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice
S. M. Gibbs; St. Paul, S. D. Stewart; -

HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS Drugstore. Hernando S. S. Bellamy; Santos andBellevlew A. W. Walker, the world champion

J. W. Weston; Summerfield shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen

Stoves, Heaters and Ranges Every Kind of "W oodmar." CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA A. D. Ford; Sparr S. H. Hadley; Dun- razors, hair clippers and scissors and

nellon, A. Thompson; Citra I* J. be convinced of his superior skilL Ra

WIRE FENCING Banks; Anthony, J. S. Dorsey; Daisy, zors honed and concaved In all styles.
YORKEd -CONNECTIONSTO -
L. J. Lumpkin; Silver Springs R B. Call at No. 115 N. Magnolia street

PHOSPHATE Carter was in our burg Thursday Stidum; Sweet Canaan, A. SI. Richie; next S. A. L.

e\Nning. THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannan Charleston, Richmond, Floral City, W. W. Hamilton; Mt Zion 4
Wanted-A first class, good and reliable -
TURPENTINE Joe Guthrie of Dunnellon was here All Rail and Washington thence via Pennsylvania Ry. circuit, N. C. Livingston. I
cook. Call at the Star office.
last week. Leesburg District-J. A. Quarterman,

and MILL :Mr. J. E. Howell shipped three cars TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie P. E. Leesburg M. S. Hill; -SL Paul.I I Call at the Mack House for comfortable

of mill machinery last week. Flyer route via Atlanta. Leesburg, J. B. Blackwell; Wildwood,I I lodging and first class meals.

This burg contains a fish market andis T. J. D. Cummings; Bushnell, J. I* West Broadway.

Sash, Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds kept by: your correspondent.Three TO THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphiaand Jackson; St. Cloud, B. W. Phillips.A I I Entertainment Monday night at Odd

drummers called on our mer- Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington, Fellows' HalL Tompkin sand Jones,

This is the Tool] chants last week. Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners committee of Influential membersof managers. All invited.

Newcomb Barco unloaded a car of Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel- :Mt Zion A. :M. E. church appointedby sEND

-FOR-,; phosphates for his farm crops last Steamship phi a. the unanimous official board madea OF BITTER FIGHT
w eek. hasty visit to Palatka yesterday, and
"Two physicians had a long and
Our efficient postmaster and mer- in conference with Bishop Tanner most I
KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.
Fall and Spring Crops chant expects to plant forty acres of. __.h____ ______ ___ _____ respectfully requested him to reconsider stubborn fight with 'an abscess on my
I right lung," writes J. F. Hughes of Du-
melons this season. Route of the celebrated trains, New fork & Florida Special Florida and and reappoint Rev. P. S. Quarterman -
I pont Ga., "and me Everybody .
Mr. J. E. Howell, wife to the of the aforesaid. gave up.
and child wentto West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. pastorate
thought time had come., Aa a
Ocala Saturday.Mr. church, and he, viewing the facts as my
f We will be pleasedto Quickest schedules superior service. For information as to rates, schedules last resort I tried Dr. King's New Discovery
C Will Veal went to Ocala Saturday set intelligently before him readily
rz allCO. etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with T. C. White, D. P. for Consumption. The benefit
at
see you granted the request, and now Rev. R. S.
A., Tampa; W. J. Craig G. P. A.,; H. M. Emerson. T. :M., Wilmington N. C. I received was striking' and I was on
times. Mr. Vance Weathers and wife wentto I Quarterman is pastor of ML Zion A. M. .
feet hi"a few days. Now; I've entirely .
Cotton Plant Saturday.Mr. R church, Ocala, Fla. We extend con- my
: Howell and wife, Mrs Russell gratulations and wish him a successfulI regained my health.*' It con
; MARION HARDW7RE: = Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest quers all Coughs Colds and Throat and
and daughter, Mr. Williams, the three I
I Lung troubles. Guaranteed by the An-
i t SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacDUFF. Russell boys and several others spent Via Chicago and Florida Limited.Solid Call at the Vienna bakery, the only ti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price, SOc. and
Saturday evening very pleasantly at I
colored bakery in the city. Full line: JL Trial bottles free.
L the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gillis. vestibule train of Pullman sleeping observation library dining car
of bread, genuine French loaf, twist
CHEAP RATES TO Mr. James Gillis went to Ocala Fri and catches between St. Augustine and Chicago via Atlanta. Chattanooga and cakes, pies, rolls, etc. All special or-

.: ij day.Dick Nashville. ders filled with dispatch and promptness. L.ALEXANDERPractical
went home yesterday to see his i
r Also a full line of choice! familygroceries. :
California and the Northwest mother, and found her somewhat im Leave St. Augustine..F. E. C. .. : a. m. I
J. J. Marshall, 30 West
; proved. Arrive Jacksonville... ........ ......F. E. C. Ry. : a. m.

THE James Gillis went Anthony Tues- Leave Jacksonville... ..... ... ..... %. C. L R. R..':30 a. m. Broadway; Mitchell block. I CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful
NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY
Arrive ... C. L. R. R. : p. m. Ernest Norman was married to :Miss:
"DIXIE FLYER ROUTE"Offers
day.Mr.: R. L. Barnes of Etna Fla., was Leave Tifton..G. S. & F. Ry. : p. m. Leila Ruth last evening at Shady Grove I estimates made on all contract

low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest here Sunday to see his children.Mr. Arrive : S. & F. Ry.. ... ......4:15 p. m. by Rev. Madison Stewart at the residence work. Gives more and better work for

Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable. J .E. Howell fired up his tram Len-eacon...... ..... ... ... ....C.ofGa.P.y... ..... ......4Op.m.:! of Henry Norman. The coupleleft be money than any other in town.

$55.10-Portland, Seattle Vancouver and British Columbia points. engine Saturday for the first time in a Arrive Atlanta... ... ., of Ga. : p. m. for Plant City, their future home: .

$49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte. Anaconda Missoula and intermediate year and :Monday morning started for Leave Atlanta..... .*i .' .. & A. R. R.7:13 p. In. today. I I.L. f I.

points on the Northern Pacific Railway. Leta on the main line of the A. C. 1, Arrive Chattanooga..W. & A. R. R..10:57 p. m. IKE TOMPKINSHas

$ .*. -San Francisco. Los Angeles San Diego. Benson. Phoenix. Prescott where he will put the engine in opera- Leave Chattanooga... .. ...... ...X. C. & St. L. Ry. .....10:04! p. m. Green the tonsorial artist and I

Tuscon. Denver. Colorado Springs. Leadville. Trinidad and Alberquerque.The tion. Dick. Arrive Nashville. .... ...... .....N. C. & St L. Ry. ........3:13 a. m. lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft I. a well selected stock of
and sweet and hair-cut is the bestI
Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates From Leave Nashville... .... .... .... .L. & N. R. R.. : a. m. my
DESERVED POPULARITYTo have two of the finest chairs that turn Fresh Meats oi all.kinds.
All Florida Points Arrive Evansville..L. & N. R. R.. : a. m.
every way. Razors fixed in all styles.
Leave Evansville..L. & N. R. R. :: a. m.
The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Vegetables and Green
Tifton :Macon Atlanta,
Chattanooga cure Constipation and Liver trou- Call and be convinced. West Broadway -
Nashville and SL Louis. Two Arrive St. Louis..L. & N. R. R.1: 3 p. m.
trains daily with through sleepers to St Louis next to A. Smith.
bles by gently moving the bowels and Fresh and Salt Water Fish received
and Chicago. Leave Eransviue..E. & T. H. P.. R..... .....S:20 a. m.
Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m. via the acting as a tonic to the liver, take Lit- Arrive Terra Haute..E. & T. H. R. P..... .. ...11:45 a. m. Mrs. Evelyn: J. Jones, the daughter of every day.. Cedar Key Oysters
Georgia Southern
Leave Jacksonville 8:05: m.. via the and Florida Ry. tle Early Risers. These famous little Leave Terra Haute..C. & E. L P. R.. .... .....11:50 a. m. the editor, returned yesterday from I received daily. Leave your orders
p. Atlantic Coast Line
Ry. Pills are mild, pleasant and harmless, with delivery.I. .
stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets Arrive Chicago..C. & E. L R..R..,,_..,..r..4:2*> p. m. Jacksonville. me. Prompt
are on sale :March 1 to May but effective and sure. Their universaluse
15, inclusive, and from September 15 to October 31. .
for many years is a strong guaran- This train is the standard of perfetxi tn passenger service. For Pullman Hot soda apparatus at the Red I. E. TOMPKINS aMaiht.
For maps, schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker, Florida tee of their popularity tuB usefulness.I reservations; and other intormao/\! iy to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry., Cross Pharmacy West Broadway, ,

Passenger Agent. "Dixie Flyer" Route Jacksonville, Florida. | sold by all druggists. St Augusta. or Atlanti cCV' *.x"t Us*"r. \;l w- Bay StJacksonville.. Fla. where you can get hot lemonade gIn- Lity .
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Program for the Meeting of the Florida!'I of the Remarkable Religious Re \

I I Editors at Lake City March 2224. vival Which is Sleeping

is what you want and need in I Great BritainCardiff' Are Attracted Advertising but !
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every household It shines your shoesin I (TIme -Inlon, Feb. 12.:! ) I IFOR m "Wales-Evan Roberts, a the Principles of Strict Business \ '/

five minctes.
March 22 to March 24, inclusive, has young evangelist of marvelous power. t'
II has caused a religious revolution in and INTERESTED Attention \
our \ '
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been selected by the executive committee ) : -
Wales. A wave of religious enthusiasmhas
NO MOISTURE REQUIREDIN of the Florida Press Association asthe $2. spread like wildfire over the land. to Their Wants makes Them \

dates for holding the next annual Hymns of praise fill the air. People of

USING IT rre-eting of the Florida Press Associa- all classes, torn from business and Labor our Friends. \ ,;

tion at Lake City. They are good values and the latest styles. to attend revival meetings and testify i "

At the editorial rooms of the Times- Call and see them. to the power of the Holy Spirit MONROE & GHAMBLISS
Can be used on vici kid, box calf,j jI Feuds are forgotten and former ene- BANKERS. \ ]
I Union yesterday the executive committee j \
patent enamel, and all black leathers.I' mies join in songs of joy. Taphouses ( i

II I met for the purpose of fixing a dateand have been closed football teams dIsbanded OCALA FLA. ... '.

TRY A BOX.For I arranging for a program. There Worldly vanities and worldly '\ f' \J
w. J J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY
were present at this meeting T. F. Mc- I II cares have been ignored. Worship of aI

Death. the president of the association j I God takes precedence over everything j
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sale atTEAPOT- and the editor of the Florida School! Nothing approaching such a revival | '
THE ONE PRICE HOUSE EDWARDS BROTHERS
Exponent; T. Appleyard., secretary i J has been known since the days of Wesley -

I lof the association, and editor of the and Whitfield. It has spread from -- "

GROCERYUNDERTAKERS I I Lake City Index; George W. Wilson, I t \ / J ; 1 the south to the north of Wales until I AT THE CITY MARKE

editor-in-chief of the Times-Union; C. JUDGE AT HAWKINSVILLE NOTICE J5F'.DISSOLUTION'.. / the fiery cross illumines all the valleys

I L. Bittinger editor of the Ocala Star; ROASTS SOCIETY GAMBLING I V-+N--I / Its influence is being felt in England. 1 Yea .
ding-Whui & Retail Butchets
i I B. L. MtKenzte. associate editor of the The firm tX. Hi XeJ ly &'Moriart ; by Many who have watched its wondrous e

i| Pala'ka Times-Herald, and Fred L. Hawkinsville, Ga.. Feb. 16,-Judge J. mutual, co/seftt, has tfcia,i day'I been dissolved development predict jt preadworld. 6

Robertson, editor of the Live Oak H. Martin administered a severe roast ,,J/McNV ly pu \hasin Ioriar- .!L M'lll .
t f i WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
-AND- Crescent to society people who gamble in his Ij"S UllSr est fili\aooipiiiUAb uf +*****' fc fc- Roberts, who has caused this furor, I I!

I I charge here yesterday. He said in edness tot thefi .And Will continue became a convert only last spring. He J
Preparing at Lake
City
part: b /mess \the sarte plat\/1 o. t2, ft. is a miner. When praying at his bed- CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON

EMBALMERSWe I Secretary Appleyard reported thatigreat i "I charge you that society Ilt'op1ebe ;King a\'enue".1Ir ]y &\Ioriarty. side before sleep, he says he was "taken FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 101

(! preparations were being made in I Ii they male or female who form social ... up to a great expanse without timeor \

have two Registered Undertakers -! Lake City for the reception and entertainment ., clubs and meet from time to time at \- j" 1 space. It was communion with

and Embalmers 1! of the Florida editors and I the homes of the members and play TEX BOBLA God." After that he awoke at 10

that he believed: that there would be a whist progressive euchre, flinch trail o'clock every morning and was "takenup Millinery
All work entrusted to our I; I ESPUELA CIGARSPURE Announcement! !
good number of them at this into the
i: present bunco, or any other game with cards or Divine Fellowship for four

care will receive prompt and j, annual meeting. ji l j like devices for valuable prizes pur- HAVANA STOCK hours." He prayed and the time of his

skilled attention. All em-i The most important part of the proceedings i chased with funds to which the players conversion drew nearer. I will sell out my entire stock of fine Millinery during the next
Made the FamousLA
balming fully guaranteed. A I of the meeting, and a feature 1 have contributed are as much guilty of by "
of ConversionThe for
Story thirty days, or open business the most elegant line of
splendid stock of Caskets and{ Which required considerable time and violating the law against gambling as REGINA CIGAR COMPANYOF

study, was the arranging of a pro- i j the veriest plebeians who hover around climax came at a prayer meeting
Burial Robes carried at all i
TAMPAA Paris For Easter.
when the spirit moved him and he Importations
gram. The program is a lengthy one :la lightwcxfcl knot fire and play seven- gavehimself
times. :and I is arranged! so as to insure an Interesting i I to God. He cried aloud for
I jup, or poker, or skin for the paltrypennies Full Stock of All Their Brands and
| meeting, even if some of those and nickels and the person Grades Carried deliverance from his sins, a wave of ever seen in the South. Style perfect; prices the lowest, and shall

OCALA FURNITURE GO 1 who have been named to lead on Important -I knowingly permitting such playing at peace came over him, and the audience continue to offer my business for sale thereafter. But I must sell '.

!I topics are absent In its entirety his or her house is as guilty of the offense NONE BETTER AND FEW AS GOOD sang, "I Hear Thy Welcome Voice." hats for Laster if I am still in the business. I want to sell out, but

Phone No. 10. Night phone No. 94. i; it is as follows: of keeping and maintaining a "Henceforth," he says, "the salvation of will sell hats instead, if I can't help it, and will sell them

I All of the Latest souls became the burden of my heart."
The Program gambling house as is the proprietor of This story of his conversion may. to So Cheap For My Usual Elegant Goods l
the den in some back alley where gam- MAGAZINES AND PAPERS
Invocation, Rev. J. B. Ley, editor the unbeliever, seem a trifle fantastic,
Dry Salt Mullet bling is practiced. 'Quit you like men
Christian Advocate. be strong,' and when weighed in the but is has not operated to his discredit. It Will Give the Country a Treat and the Ladies a

Welcome address in behalf of Lake Ocala House Cigar Stand There is no question of his earnestnessor
5 Cents Each I balance of duty, be not found wanting. Rare Opportunityto
City lion Guy Gillen, 'state senator his piety. Certainly none of his
Strike at this evil in high places as wellas OCALA NEWS CO.
Proprietors.
from Columbia county. in low places with all your might.It I I wonderful power in bringing people to buy a magnificent hat without an equal in the land, at prices that

-At the- Response. C. L. Bittinger, Ocala Star. is not less criminal to play for a silver religion. will prove I want to sell out my business. I will consider an offer to

t President: T. McBeath's annual address cardcase than for a plain silver A SINGER SURPRISEA Roberts method is unique. He does buy (and sell reasonable) for the next thirty days.Respectfully .

;i not preach to the people, but
0 E GROCERY dollar as it comes from the mint." causes yours,
I The Linotype in a Country Office, W. The charge created a big sensation. tremendous drop In the price of them to preach to one another. He is

1 !I S. Johnson, DeLand. Singer sewing machines, but none in not eloquent He delivers no sermons. MRS. L. T. TOMPKINSI

History of Florida Journalism. Frank ; quality. The-$60 machine reduced to His power comes from the magnetismof
CLARK BROS. Props.Phone THE SUNSHINE OF SPRING
E. Harris, editor Ocala Banner. his and
his
I $48; the $65 machine reducd to $53. Call manner tremendous ear-

What Should Constitute a Newspaper The salve that cures without a scar at headquarters, the Helvenston- nestness. His eyes shine and his face I .

Libel, George W. Wilson, editor Times- is DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Cuts, Blitch-Pasteur Company. L. W. Jack- seems illumined by the intense devotion -

174. Union, I Burns Boils, Bruises and Piles disappear son, agent.Everyone. of a religious zealot. He is flu- am in the,

Short Talks on the Primary Law led before the use of this salve as ent in speech and his voice is musical
NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY I
by W. A. Straub of the St. Petersburg ,snow does before the sunshine of InterestedIn and far-reaching. When he conducts a REAL ESTATE BUSINESS .

I Times, with illustrations, followed by I spring. Miss H. M. Middleton, Thebes, meeting, his face white even to pallor,

|Jos. Humphries, editor of the Braiden- Ill, says: "I was seriously afflicted witha Poultry is soulful, and his frail nervous frame, .

MoIvER & lACEAY| | town Journal, and Alfred St. Clair- fever sore that was very painful.DeWitt's Should call at 81. North Magnolia thrills with passion. In a compaign of TO STAY t

:Abrams editor of the Tavares six weeks he made
Herald
10,000 converts.
Witch Hazel Salve cured
me street, and inspect one of the finest In-
And if have anything in this line to sell NOW IS THE '
FUNERAL DIRECTORS :,and others. : in less than a week." Get the genuine. culators ever put upon the market. There is no fixed program at his you

j Where and Why the Public School : Sold by all druggists. meetings. All is left to the spirit as
Positive
regulation even hen tempera-
; TIME to list it with F. W. DITTO.C
System Has Proven he And the testimony .
I a Disappointment says so people give -
ture
UNDERTAKERSand ; no guessing at ventilation or .
|J1.. GuilHams, of the School Expon- and sing or pray, as the spirit
moisture; clean, pure air for eggs and
I ent. A discussion of the same will fol- ,The "HUB" Shoe chicks. This machine is guaranteedto moves them. Many of the meetings

I tow, with the participants as follows: hatch have lasted for from five to ten hours.It all O"
EMBALMERS I every fertile egg placed In Its Ditto
E. T. D'Ington.lIamI News; T. F. U care. Incubators and brooders, all is not unusual to have a meeting run

Fine Caskets McBeath, School Exponent, Gainesville sizes, furnished on short notice. from 7 or 8 o'clock until midnight, and

I ; Fred L. Robertson Crescent Live then to be resumed after breakfast and Successor to Sternberger & Phillips

Oak; Frank E. Harris, Banner Ocala: : i continue all day and far into the night
and "Burial Robes 20 K North Main St. OCALA. FLORIDA
.\. M. C. Russell, Argus Brooksville. r "Woodmar.ffCHEAP One meeting lasted from 9 a. m., until

Industrial Publications and Their Ef- t tI 7 o'clock on the following morning.
All Work Done by Licensed Embalmers I D +0s
fect on the Business Community, J. A.Hotiomon tI I tyG '4 RATES TO MARDI GRAS Speaking in a swift magnetic man-
... r
and Full Guaranteed editor Industrial Record. I ner, Roberts leads the people on to a '
VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Society Column Miss Nellie E. THIS BRAND ON A SHOE MEANS high pitch of religious enthusiasm.The LUMBERROUGH
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!Bpck staff of the Pensacola Journal. j SOMETHING! IF YOU WANT THE
On account of the Mardi Gras at Xew Zealot's Doctrine
PURE MILKPure The Circulation of a Newspaper, Rufus i BEST FOR YOUR MONEY CALL
I Orleans, Pensacola and Mobile, the At-
A. Russell, business of the FOR "THE HUB." "God expects you to obey the spirit,"
manager lantic Coast Line will sell tickets from
Metropolis. I he says "claim salvation," "accept DRESSEDSee
Milk and Creamare i all points on its line in the state of "
Should Legal Advertising Be Open to Souvenir Cards at the PostofficeDrugstore. Christ, "pray for forgiveness, "bear
Florida to the above points at rate of
among the greatestof 'Competition? D. E. Thompson editor I testimony to the power of ; one fare, plus 25 cents, for the round or Phone
table delicacies. the St are some of his exclamations. With
Theyare I 10f Augustine Record, to be followed -
trip. Dates of sale. March 1st to 6th,
| by a general discussion, in which A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION waving hands he directs the singing of
both RICH PURE and I inclusive, final limit to March llth. but
!Oliver J. Farmer of the Levy Times- the people. If he signals fora cessa- B. H. SEYMOUR
,
extension can be secured to March 25.
WHOLESOME if suppliedby I Democrat H. W. Jones of the Chipley, Queenstown Feb. 17.-An explosion tion of the melody, and the people keepon
1005. For further information see ticlcat -
I Banner, and others will participate. I occurred yesterday morning on the T singing he smiles, and by a vigorous
PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla.
agents or communicate with T. C. ,
of hands doubles the volume of
British submarine boat known as A waving I
State Fair 7 1 White. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY five of which were in this harbor. .iI sound. I

The Importance of the State Fair to The explosion occurred while th*'officers y "If a hymn is being sung," he says
GEO. B. : ANOTHER CASE OF RHEUMATISMCured
TYLER. Proprietor. 'the I Agricultural Interests of the State, were filling the gasolen .-{anks. '\nd the spirit moves you to pray, :you

!Wallace F. Stovall. TrIbuneTampa.. 'I A second explosion occurred asa partyof by Chamberlain's Pain Balm muV pray. If I am speaking and the

'II Discussion by W. R. Carter Metropolis I eleven rescuers were bringing us the! EpIri plls you to sing hymns of praIse. I Seaboard AirLiner
The efiicacy of Chamberlain's Pain
Jacksonville: Phillip Isaacs Press, '! dead and injured from the hold. Jie you mussing." I .
THE s I I Fort 'Myers: E. V. Blackman Home-original crew on the submarine bo\( Balm in the relief of rheumatism is being Villages/turn out en masse to greet 1 I/

i:Seeker Miami: Edward Fitzgerald, i numbered ten. The total casualties;! demonstrated daily. Parker Trip- him ando follow him as they would -FOR- .
:I )lett, of Grigsby Va., that Cham- I
TEXAS PACIRC !Courier-Informant, Bartow; R. W. j including those among the rescuers, is says a maste/ They fill cold, cheerless and

i'Storrs, Breeze, DeFuniak Springs; C. ;I said to have been twenty. The sub- \erlain's Pain Balm gave him perma- even uir.ighted chapels and halls that Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh,

fop O. Codrington. News, DeLand: S. R.1! marine boat afterwards burned.. ilj-nt relief from rheumatism in the they n/ty come under the spell of his Richmond Washington Baltimore Philadelphia .
'fSp RAILWAY I Mck when everything else failed, and I ,
,Hudson. Sentinel-Reporter Orlando; j teachings. Meetings have been held on
;W. S. Graham, News. Arcadia; C. L.1 i he would not be without it. For sale I bleak/hillsides in the chill of winterweather. and New York.

The Great Eastern 'i.Bittinger, Star, Ocala; J. F. Sherwood.1!]| READTI1IS by the Postoffice Drugstore. Men, women and children I. THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY

1'Democrat. Live Oak; W. E. Pabor I have been immersed, and then have

and Western Line :Pineapple, Pabor Lake; II. H. McICreary Spruce Pine, Ala., Dec. 1. 1S99. Dr.IE. It you want china or crockery of any walked with dripping clothes, for miles .t

i Sun Gainesville. All in ten- ; W. Hall, Dear Sir: I spent last year kind see us at once, as we have Just over the snow to their homes At Car- I SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED

Across the Entire States oiNO minute talks. i in your city, and while there your remedy received one of the biggest jobs in this 1 diff, sailors from all parts of the world
ware ever shown in Ocala. McIver SEABOARD EXPRESS
j Lecture. Making Up Daily Newspajptrs. -' was recommended to me. After have yielded to the power of this wonderful -

IEXA und : 'laud L'Engle, Sun, Jacksonville.The .I trying several other physicians, purchased & MacKay. man. and have publicly testifiedto

LOUISIANA Country Newspaper From a City 1 one small bottle or your rem- their change of heart For months SEABOARD MAIL
I :
Newspaper Man's Standpoint, Frank L. edy. It cured me. Respectfully. 1 this spirit of religion, constantly gain- ,
TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS
,
i Mayes, Journal. Pensacola. I S. W. Brewer. W. C. BULL ( ing strength has been rolling like a ti- '

Direct Line to 1 The City Newspaper From a Country j i I dal wave over the land. That it will MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT .
1 A TEXAS WONDER % ....
Newspaper :\ Standpoint F. E.! Contractor and I reach England is a safe prediction. That '
NORTH TEXAS Seaboard Florida Limited is a solid restibuled train composed exclusively -
Walpole, Record, Manatee. One small bottle of the Texas Won- I it will overflow to other countries The
Builder of Pullman equipment dining car, double .drawing room. sleepers .
The Newspaper's Duty to the Home. der. Hall's Great Discover, cures all I seems a strong probability.A new '
NEW MEXICO stateroom and observation cars operating between St. Augustine and
Rev. L. D. Geiger. Citizen. Apopka. ;j Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes Quick and Careful Estimates Made ,
I I Jacksonville to New York via Washington; leaving St Augustine 1:10p..
ARIZONAand Ethics Between Journalists. AdrianP. ;, Gravel cures Diabetes, Seminal Emis- MENACE TO HEALTH
Box 64, Ocala. Fla and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.ONLY .
Jordan, Herald Punta Gorda. ;i lions Weak and Lame Backs, Rheumatism Kidney trouble is an insidious danger m

To What Extent Should Advertising! and all irregularities of the I i and many people are victims of a LINE ,
fI
Affect Editorial Policy Columbus B. : Kidneys and Bladder in both men and H R. HUNTER I serious malady before the symptoms

CALIFORNIA Smith New Enterprise Madison. I women. Regulates Bladder troubles in I are recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans ;
I
WRITK FOR NEW BOOK OF TEXAS. FREE True Advertising Items Should Be I children. If not sold by your druggist, r! GUN '. E: corrects irregularities and strengthens For full Information and sleeper reservations, call on any agent Seaboard

Paid For, Mrs. Neva C. Childs. Champion j iwill;be-- --sent,by mail on receipt of $1. -and-- j and builds up the kidneys, and it shouldbe or write:
Arcadia. small months' treatment taken at the first indication of kidney
One Dotliwo -
S. C. BOYLSTON. JR. P. A
TURNER
E. P. A. O. MACDOXELL.. A. G. P. A. ii'Ja.ckonville
The secretary was instructed to fill and seldom fails tSSIire any case LOCKSMITHRepairing trouble, as it is impossible to have ,
Florida.
General Passenger Agent in where any member declined in sub- above mentioned. Sold by .-.4rug- good health if the kidneys are deranged. ::

DALLAS, TEXAS ject assigned him. gists. a Specialty. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore., JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ,, ,.






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