The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


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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have not very much to tell you this time, but what we say, we can back up with the goods, and they are the best '.

that can be found in the country. Our business depends on the goods which we handle, and as it

has been ever on the increase, it is only right to think that is due to .. "




The Drew-Selby shoe is one on which you can place entire dependence, and you

will find more genuine comfort in it than in ,any other shoe. The styles for this .

spring are full of "snap, and are the perfection of the shoemakers' art. '

LOW AND HIGH SHOES $1.50 I, TO $4.00.J


E. P. ReED & CO. BocHester, N. Y.

We have handled this line of shoes for ten years, and we think that is enough time in which to find out the meritsof

it. We have found them out, and that is why we keep on handling it. If there were any better shoe, we would have '

had it long ago, but there is not, and so you will find it in stock yet. Not a bad reputation, is it?


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These ,are only two of the lines which ,we handle, but you know our space costs us something, and we will have to stop.

Watch our Ads. for |IT WILL PAY YOU. .

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When man In dim and desultory way To clothe the heathen they will meet; Cincinnati TimesStar."You few more budded and seedling pecans Frederick S. Tallmadge, president of
.John Rogers station master at
Passed slowly from the Stone Age to Then they'll proceed, forsooth, was left at Marion Farms' Nurseries. the New York Chapter of the Sons of
can fool all the people some of j I
Coupar-Angus, the Californian Rail-
the Copper drape, and trim, and ornament, i on Now is the time to plant them.J. the Revolution, at a recent dinner of
I ITo the time and some of the people alii i exchangeHe
way says an was a pious -
There were men who thought that culture _-\ clothe the naked truth. G. Lege, Manager. the society, talked about children's
the time, but you cannot fool all of the j man, but like other railroadmen
-Sun. 'I questions, says the Salt Lake Tribune.
was decay,
people all the time" is a saying that j he waxed a little profane under
"Indeed, he said, "I have more than
And most Improper. :
progress has been for accredited to Abraham
years -
excitement. John was a member of the The "HUB" Shoe
ANOTHER CASE OF RHEUMATISMCured : once seen the ingenious and simple
When he aspired to modify his fate Lincoln. Now the authenticity of' local Burns Society and attended the
of child whole
question a electrify a
by Chamberlain's Pain Balm the credit is denied: by such authorities !
I annual dinner regularly, getting a little -
There were resisting souls among the : U roomfulof, languid people as a cannon
as to make it questionable if the martyred -
Cave-men, j mellow by closing time. After one
shot would do.
The efdcacy of Chamberlain's Pain I president ever uttered it. j
dinner he home the "wee
Who deemed Improvements were degenerate : got among "Such a question I once heard ask-
Halm in the relief of rheumatism is being The homely expression of his philosophy j gma.' hours," undressed himself with
ed in a crowded parlor by a little boy
I demonstrated daily. Parker Trip- I to which Lincoln was given- 1
Devices to enslave men. some difficulty, and went down on his
of 7 years, a charming little fellow Ina
lett, of Grigsby, Va., says that Cham- I a style that was.his greatest characteristic !:knees beside his bed, where he sent o y a
blue velvet suit"Mamma
They grieved that implements of jag- berlain's Pain Balm gave him permanent -is so this phrase thatit forth some incoherent mutterings. I I '
he piped, in his high
ged flake I relief from rheumatism in the is little wonder that it generally has "What's the matter, John?" asked I I i
clear voice, that was audible to the remotest -
Should be replaced by metal bolts I back when everything else failed, and been accepted: as a saying by him. Butrecently his better half. "Are ye no feeling THIS BRAND ON A SHOE MEANS :

and spearheads; he would not be without it. For sale some inquiring person made!i weeir* SOMETHING! IF YOU WANT THE corner-'mamma, tell me why
I does always scold nurse whenyou're
They mourned when men used copper by the Postoffice Drugstore. a careful search in Lincoln's writingsfor | "Am feelin: a' richt," replied! John, I BEST FOR YOUR MONEY CALL papa
there, and play hide and seek
celts to break the phrase and was unable to findit. | "but I canna mind a damned wird o' FOR "THE HUB I "
with her when you're absent?
Each other's queer heads. "Woodmar." Secretary of State John Hay whohad ma 'piayers*."

been a secretary to Lincoln, declared O. W. Reagan of Ocala, manager of
And there arose a sanctimonious groan, I SUICIDE PREVENTED '

Long letters in the, Neolithic papers, I CHEAP RATES TO MARDI GRAS that he had never encounteredthe I Ii A MENACE TO HEALTH the Hoopes Bros. and Darlington Company The startling announcement that a
\ phrase when making a search ofLincoln's I manufacturers of hubs, spokes
When some aspired to seatch them- VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE preventive of suicide has been discovered -
St'lwith bone I writings. A congressman i I Kidney trouble is an insidious dan- and rims, was in the city yesterday.)I will interest many. A run down

Instead of wooden scrapers. I On account of the Mardi Gras at New asked: the congressional librarian to I ger, and many people are victims of a. He was en route home from Hague, :'j i system, or despondency invariably pre-
make search of the
a authorship of the
Orleans, serious malady before the symptomsare where he is in charge of the camp of j
j Pensacola
: and Mobile, the Atlantic j cede suicide and something has beeu
"When folk began to eat each other less phrase. In reply Assistant Librarian that firm. Mr. Reagan killed a fine I
( recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure
Coast Line will
sell tickets from found.that will prevent that condition
And culture craved a more impersonal Spofford has written that it does not and the I _
i otterat the was taking
all points on its line in the state of corrects irregularities and strengthens camp I which makes suicide likely. At the

diet Florida to the above points at rate of occur in any published work of Lincoln's i and builds up the kidneys, and it should hide home where he proposed to have I first thought of self destruction take
These timid souls and adds that Mr. Nicolay. LincoIns -
could only feel distress It fine animalGainesville ,
it stuffed. was a
I be taken at the first indication of kidney vety
one fare, plus :5 cents for the round Electric Bitters. It being a great tonic -
secretary and an associate of I
trip. Dates of sale March 1st to 6th. !; trouble, as it is impossible to have Sun. I and nervine it will strengthen the
Colonel Hay had informed him that
And qualms of sore disquiet.
inclusive final limit to March 11th, but i good health if the kidneys are derang- i I nerves and build up the system. It is
the phrase was spurious. Mr. Spofford
When fire became a culinary aid, extension can be secured to March 23, declares that | ed. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITEDVia also a great Stomach, Liver and Kid-
the real author was Phin-
AH lovers of the raw set up a-railing; I 1003. For further information see tick- T. Barnum, i ney regulator. Only 50c Satisfaction
eas the showman who
And when man clothed himself, the et agents, or communicate with T. C. "fooled the people" so successfully that I j WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! Louisville & Nashville Railroad guaranteed by the Anti-Monopoly

naked madeA White, D. P. A., Tampa Fla. he i Order it now .WJc. and $1 per load. Only solid Pullman train, with observation Drugstore.
coined the
dictum "The American I I
most indignant: wailing. people like to be humbugged." Ocala' Wood Yard. Phone 32. I and library cars from Floridato 1 I I

I THE SUNSHINE OF SPRINGThe II St Louis, Chicago, the West and i I Headquarters for Talcum Powders
And still, when we attempt the thingswe But despite all this research and
salve that cures without a scar I Every kind of farm and garden Im- Northwest with much quicker time Eastman's, Colgates Mennens', and
should, these expert opinions it is safe to declare | II
is DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Cuts plement cane mills, woven and barbed than on any other line. All meals in Queenlins', at the Anti-Monopoly
The cravens croak and vilify the that the American people will go
Burns, Boils, Bruises and Piles disappear 'I wire fencing. :Marion Hardware Co. dining car; service, a la carte. Finest Drugstore.Gold .
brave men on accrediting Lincoln with it. If he
dining car service in the South. -
the of this
use salve as
did not coin I
And every step toward a higher good the phrase it was worthyof
I snow does before the sunshine of Leave St Augustine daily 8 a. m. pens and fountain pens at A. E.
Is hampered by the Cave-men. him.
-Punch. I spring. Miss H. M. :Middleton, Thebes, We BragOn Leave Jacksonville daily 9:30 a. m. I Burnett's.
Ill, says: "I was seriously afflicted witha Arrive Chicago next day, 4:30 p. m. I,
fever sore that was very painful. Arrive SL Louis next day, 1:36 p. m. Souvenir Cards at the Pos otrlce

LAGRIPPE AND PNEUMONIA DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured me The first action when you have a cold Our Butter, and Have a Right to, Also through Pullman drawing room Drugstore.

Pneumonia often follows lagrippe but in less than a week. Get the genuine. should be to relieve the lungs. This Js I I For It's Good sleeping cars daily from Jacksonville I r .

never follows the use of Foley's Honey Sold by all druggists. best accomplished by the free use of: on A. C. L. 8:05 p. m. Train to Birmingham -!

and Tar. It cures lagrippe coughs and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This, I Have a Shipment of Rice That the Best Nashville Evansville. St':MdvER & MAOKAY
I Money Can BuyA
prevents pneumonia and consumption.Ask Watches for ladies and gentlemen, remedy liquifies the tough mucous Louis. Chicago, on S. A. L., 8:55 a. m-,!

for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse from $1.50 to $TO each. A big line to and causes its expulsion from the air' New Lot of Pickles, Olives, Sweet I train to Pensacola, :Mobile and New,

any substitute offered. :Mr. G.I I' select from. A. E. Burnett the Jeweler cells of the lungs produces a free expectoration -, and Sour Onions, Mustard, Chow Orleans. FUNERAL DIRECTORS

"Vai-her of 157 Osgood St. Chicago. .I and WatchmakerI and opens the secretions.A Chow, Etc. If best service is desired ask for.
writes: "My wife had a severe case of I complete cere soon follows. Sold by tickets via L. & N.

lagnppe three years ago, and it left her I the Postoffice Drugstore. For rates, Pullman reservations, etc.,)

with a terrible cough. She tried a bot- I For 0 K. GROCERY call on or write Geo. E. Herring, Fla.

tle of Foley's Honey and Tar and it : WATCHESAnd Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice Pass Agt, :06 W. Bay St. Jackson- EMBALMERS
YE1He' I
gave immediate relief. A 50c. bottle Drugstore.You ville, Fla.:

cured her entirely." Refuse substi- I REPAIRSGO I I CLARK BROS. Props. I Fine Caskets

tutes. Sold by the Postoffice Drug- I will find at our store, also at I II SPECIAL NOTICE

store. Ocala Fla.Ammunition I TO- I the Ocala House stand, a full line of cI-1 I: The next and last regular visit to and Burial RobesAll

G. B. WEIHE I I gars souvenirs and post cards. Our I Phone 174. I Ocala of Dr. E. T. Allen, the eye specialist -

of all kinds for all firearms I IF. j I I cards are local and very pretty. Call i iI 1 will be on Thursday, February Work Done by Licensed Embalmers

at the :Marion Hardwire Co. The Jeweler. and see them. Ocala News Company. NEXT DOOR TO BENDS' BAKERY1' :3. lIe trill be at the Ocala House. and Full GuaranteedOCALA








The leaders of this paper will be

This Time It Was the Grand Duke Ser- ple.sed to learn that there is at least He is Again President of the Board of

one dreaded disease that science has
gius, Often Referred to of Late as Trustees of Stetson UniversityAt
I beet a')ie to cure in all its stages, and
the Evil Genius of Russia
I that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis the meeting of the board of trus- &

focoFtb.. 18.! -The Grand Duke I the only positive cure now knownto tees of Stetson University in DeLand

Fergius was assassinated at 3 o'clock I) the medical fraternity. Catarrh being Friday Mr. John B. Stetson was again

yesterday afternoon by a bomb which I I a institutional disease, requires a I elected president of the board a position -

v as thrown under his carriage. The j constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh he was deposed from t\\o yearsI I 8j

grad duke, together with his horses i Cure is taken internally, acting ago, when the Forbes-Mathes sian- I

and carriage. was blown to pieces. Ser- diiwtly upon the blood and mucous day came to light. s

gius was being driven from the histor- surfaces of the system, thereby destroying Mr. Stetson received 13 votes and ,

ii .U museum of Moscow in the direc- the foundation of the disease, his opponent, ex-Governor Jennings. '> >

tion of the Kremlin Palace, and was and riving the patient strength by received 9. The other officers elected j j .

dh l "e to the law courts when the bomb but ring up the constitution and assisting I were T. J. Sparkman, vice president ; 10 ILI C

exploded.The irtture in doing its work. The pro- I ?. D. Wright. secretary; Dr. Hulley j>i

explosion shook the surrounding I f ipuetars have so much faith in the cur- treasurer. ****

buildings and the people btcame1.lIi itivp ewers that they offer One Hundred S

c stricken. As soon as it was I Dollars for any ase that it fails SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY i' V f w i ,

learned that the Grand Duke Sergius 1 I i to cure. Send for list of testimonials. agaw

had been assassinated troops were ordered Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Special Rates : I
; ''
out to dear the streets, and further 'j j Ohio. Sold by all druggists, Zc. Take i'
l 16.90 MOBILE ALA.
I and return. u1tt4
trouble is anticipated. The great- Hall's Family Pills for constipation. t
Tickets on sale March 1 to 6, limited'': )
tit excitement prevails. .
returning to :March 11. j # -
Two Assassins WoundedThe OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS
I S1t: & -PEXSACOLA, FLA., and rei,i Jrd -
police succeeded in I 0
S. C. CulJ-epper, > Springs; C. turn. Tickets on sale March 1 to 6, i iindusl'e t t _
two men who threw the bomb, asthey .
F. F 0It. Boston I. tit Cunningham, limited returning to March .
were badly insured by the explos-: 11. _
G. B. Jennings, A. Child, Atlanta; L.
iun. They were hurried off to prison
II Blaum, Louisvville; W. J. Willingham I' $25.95-WAfH1\GTO\1< D. C., and re- \
but refused to talk. It is believed they
and wife, Mississippi; Margaret Wil- turn. Tickets on sale March 1, 2 and 0
were students. I
ii'lingham, Chattanooga; II. D. Stevens, I 3, limited returning to leave Washj i j WQ
Was Hated
Sergius Atlanta; P. Jumeau. France; P. B. ington not later than March 8. ;, H

The Grand Duke Sergius who was i t Waldman, Reading, Pa.; A. J. Doyle, 111.95; -ATLANTA. GA., and return. a

born in 1857: was an uncle of the czar, I Gainesville; G. H. Gilmer Virginia: Tickets on sale May 14 and 15, limited Ii \ x.

and has won for himself the most : E. Finkslf')', Florida; E. M. Vallette, returning to May 20. I II I 0 A

heartfelt hatred of any man in the New Orleans; Cail )Ioller, Jackson- p ftff;

tliq'je of hated men at the czar's court. I Mile; }: ,,-. Smith Savannah; II. A. HEADQUARTERS FOR THE = \ "

His opposition to all movements for Grout, Atlanta. E. >
reform, and his manifest detestation of
Steele Richmond; Mrs. L. P. I1ill'eran' --- I II \43j4

the student body and his fiery temperarou } son Macon; C. C. Sims, Valdosta; At Helvenston-Blitch-Pasteur Com-

ed against him most intense antipathy H. Lloyd North Carolina; J. A. Eck- I }

of all classes. I emvatter, Baltimore; A. L. Small, Bos I 1panYr

Czar is HorrifiedSt. ton. Where Mrs. L. W Jackson will be to

I present the admirable qualities of the
Petersburg, Feb. 18.-The news of
I Indispensable household necessity.: Sup- FIVE THOUSAND CANDIDATES
the assassination of the Grand Dukeergius You have of ( HATS OFFto I
kAA plies of all kinds for sale. I I
at Moscow
was immediately
telegraphed the czar as soon as possible I course had :.::.:." Will be Initiated Into the K. of P. Mon.
I the superb line of vehicles now on
after it occurred. The news completely day NightSt.
display in our salesrooms! Everythingthat
prostrated the czar, and the entire CHOCOLATE CREAM SODA Louis, Feb. 18.-Five thousand I
modern ingenuity has devised forcomfort
royal family fn the winter palaceLe DEUCIOCS J- "ICE CREAM SODA Some of our people will want to attend candidates will be initiated into the j
I for style, for beauty, goes into
<:ame panic stricken. Heavy extra :Mardi Gras at New Orleans the mysteries of the Knights of Pythias atone
HOT CHOOOLATE these carriages, stanhopes, surreys,
guards were immediately thrown first week in March. It is one of the time in this city next Monday 1
at one ot their many stores tad considered runabouts, drays, harnes sand lap
around the palace. The news has created most wonderful feats of festivity night. For the occasion the big Jai-
it the best you ever drankAll robes. Manufacturers have things
the most intense excitement. The known to the country. ,The SeaboardAir Alai building, near the World's Fair
down so fine these days that prices are
czarina has obtained a promise from Chocolate Drinks servedat Line is the most direct route to the grounds, is being converted into an
away down. May we show you the lat-
the czar not to go on the streets of St. our fountain are made with Crescent City. Twenty-four hours immense lodge room and the greatest est? ,

Petersburg today. from Jacksonville. Through sleepers. initiation in the history of all secret ,

London is Excited efcf4j? Chocolate and after One fare plus 25c. Tickets on sale from societies will take place. Pythians, not S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

their forrmila March 1 to March 6. alone from St. Louis but from all over
London, Feb. 18.-The news of the
Missouri and from other states, will
assassination of Grand Duke Sergius T. TROXLER
'I be present to participate in the unparalleled |
has created intense excitement here, Fruits, Confections, Cigars and To initiation. I

as the grand duke married Princess !
Khzabeth, or Hesse-Darmstadt, daughter 5oyJos5IIWfflIQVT'IRCE
of Princess Alice, of England. CARDS I srti

Account of the Presidential Inauguration

THE UEATH PENALTYA I T. G. B. Weihe has a beautiful line Via the Atlantic I \ tLP P, y w rl f'h i II{+r c iy.

little thing sometimes results In of post cards, in colors, souvenirs of Coast Line I
death. Thus a mere scratch, insignifi- Ocala and other Florida places of IN THE LAND FOR THE MONEY! : On account of the presidential inall-1

t'mt cuts or puny boils have paid the :I terest. in-I 1 ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE, (I: guration. Washington D. C., 4'1

death penalty. It is wise to have I "SUNNY JIM" SHOE AND INSIST I I 1905, the Atlantic Coast Line will sell I

Uucklen's Arnica Salve ever handy, It I MARDI GRAS FESTIVITIES I ON GETTING IT. I tickets from all points on its line in I

is the best Salve on earth and will pre- --- I the state of Florida at rate of one fare ,

vent fatality, when Burns, Sores, Ulcers I New Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola I SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY plus 25 cents for the round trip. For I .

and Piles threate Only :!:ic.. at Mardi Gras at yew Orleans :Mobile military companies and brass bands in I
the Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore. and Pensacola'will be held March 2 to uniform twenty or more 9n one ticket, !
Special Rates
,7. inclusive, this year, and will be on rate of one cent per mile, plus arbitra-//

"W much larger scale than ever before. $ 1.15-NEW ORLEANS LA., and re- ries, per: capita in each ,
oo mar. turn. Tickets on sale March 1 to 6, Just received a carload of Old Hickory: Wagons, the best on the marketfor
For the occasion the round trip rate of sale March 1, 2 and 3, final limit )

Mrs. James R. Moorhead and children will only be one first class fare, plus inclusive, limited to leave New Or- March 8, but extension of limit can be j the least money. Also a full line of General Hardware. Give us a call,

125 cents. Tickets to be sold March 1 leans not later than March 11, except secured to March 18, by depositing inspect the goods and the price will do the rest. T. W. SMITH &. CO.,
left yesterday for a few weeks'Mijoum I
at LakeVeir, where Mr. Moor- : to C, inclusive final return limit March that by depositing with special ticket and paying fee of $1 at time of J Hardware Dealers, _Ocala Fla.
agent at New Orleans on or before
I deposit. For further information seel I
bead has home : 11. However, tickets can be extended
a summer
:March 11, and of 50
,: to March 23 by depositing with special upon ticket agents, or communicate with T.I j

1 agent and by payment of fee of 50 centsat cents, extension to March 25 may be C. White, D. P. A., Tampa, Fla. i
Stoves and ranges of all styles, sizes I
obtained. < W. P. EDWARDS
time of deposit. The Louisville and II
prices. We can save :you moneyon I I .
Nashville Railroad operates through I Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice
any kind of stove or range. Marion

Hardware Co.; II. B. Clarkson, mana j Pullman drawing room sleepers daily I ; PIANO TUNER Drugstore.. I' At the City Market

ger. | from Jacksonville, and anyone desiring t
Professor Scharf, the piano tuner, is
I full and complete information should I NOTICE r I
in the city for a few days. Leave orders -
Fresh Meat Fish and
Poultry Vegetablesin
J. M. Grace of Savannah is spending (address Geo. E. Herring F. P. A., Jacksonville ,
I for his services at this office. I
'! Fla. That Marion County Will Apply to the
few with
a days his brother C. I.
Giace. I 1 I Legislature for Authority to I Season

1I I! Heating stoves, hot air' stoves, box THE ELKS' LYCEUMWill Issue Warrants I

Fresh Pepsin Chewing Gum, 1 cent a I i heaters, gas heaters, oil heaters and celebrate the birthday of "The To all Persons Whomsoever i City and Country Trade Solicited

package, at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- | furnaces. All styles and prices. Ask I Father of His Country" February 22, : I j ,

store. j to see them. Marion Hardware Co., I with a royal concert by artists of renown Notice is hereby given that the county !

I jIL B. Clarkson, manager.i I namely: the Mehrtens Concert of Marion, through its board of :

i I county commissioners, intends to apply I
Company, composed of Laura Mehr
Mrs. Will Dillaberry, who has beevery i
ill for the past twu weeks, is I If you want china or crockery of any I tens, pianist; Rudolph Jacobson, violinist to the next legislature for the passage j i21.

slowly convalescing. i i Kind see us at once, as we have Just and Mrs. Percy Wickenberg vocal of a bill authorizing; and empowering !

!i' received one of the biggest Jobs in this soloist. The press of th/> country i is them to issue county warrants to the;

FOUND ware ever shown in Ocala. Mclver profuse in its declarations of the mer- amount of $50,000 for the purpose of re-I
-A rolling top desk key, alsoa I
j j& MacKay. its and ability of these finished artiststo modeling the court house. Said war- '
double store key. They can be hadat ,
entertain instruct and delight. People rants to be payable J5000 each and v-I

the Star office. Arthur Doyle the clever I: of Ocala, be present on the night of cry year thereafter until paid, and to I We carry a full and complete line of
yule grocery salesman. is at I February 22, and show your appreciation draw interest not to exceed 5 per cent. ;i
Miss Cora Griffin one c.f the Ocala i j t
High School teachers, is entertaining ;j jher House today. of a really good thing. Concert per annum. II. W. Long, I I HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS

i to all.SILVER. Chairman Board of County Corns. |
sister Miss O sie Griffin, of An- J open I j Kind
I Attest: S. T. Sistrunk, | Stores Heaters and Ranges Every of
thony. Miss Cora is at home with Mrs. i
READTIIIS Clerk Circuit Court. I
G. W. Martin, in the second ward. i I SPRINGS HOTELIs I I WIRE FENCING

now open for the reception of guests I
Spruce Pine Ala. Dec. I 1S99. Dr.i .
i E. W. Hall: Dear Sir: I spent last year and tourists. No more attractive spot I I Tax Deed Under Section S of Chap- PHOSPHATE
ANY MORE AMERICANS in the state. It is the head of navigation -
in your city, and while there your remedy ter 4SSS, Laws of Florida. TURPENTINE S
I 1 was recommended to me. After for the Hart Line of Silver Springsand I II(I

Chicago Feb. U.-A dispatch from : Oklawaha river boats. Those landing 'I
trying several other physicians, purchased I and MILLI
Tucson. Arizona; says the Yaqui Indians I: one small bottle of your rem- and desirous of spending a day or'I'! Notice is hereby given that R D. McDonald :;,I .

I It week | purchaser of tax certificate No. !|I I
who recently killed two Chicagomen can be accommodated. The service .'
and attacked a mining party near i edy. It cured me. Respectfully, speaks for itself. Frank Brown, i I| S03. dated the 6th day of August, A. D. : Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds.
S. W. :3rewer.:
foluchi. are in custody, having been i I proprietor Brown House, Silver j 1900. has filed sail: certificate in myj'I

taken by General Torres. 1: A TEXAS WONDER Springs Fla.iMcNealy. office and has made application: for tax : This is the Tool

The American government has been I deed to issue in accordance with law. l
i One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Said certificate embraces the following
notified of the capture. I \
All the ten prisoners will be hanged. i I Hall's Great- Discovery, cures all & Moriarty ,: described property situated in Marion i I -p -FOR-

Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes !1
Two of the captives confessed, and implicated county. Florida to-wit: E4 of neVi andi E
:Gravel, cures Diabetes Seminal Emissions i n..1of sera sec 4, tp 14, r :24. Thei ,
Fall and
all the others.A i !
j I Office No. 12 Ft. King Ave i Spring Crops
Weak and Lame Backs, Rheumatism !t said land being assessed at the date of

i and all irregularities of the Postoffice Box 682 1 the issuance of such certificate in the j! -
!(Kidneys and Bladder in both men and name of F. Q. Brown. Unless said cer-

Mr. Z. Spink. the well known manufacturer women. Regulates Bladder troubles in !' CONTRACTORS I i I tificate shall be redeemed according to ; We will be pleased

of express shingles has just children. If not sold by your druggist. i law tax deed will issue thereon on theI to see at alltimes

Jut in a complete brick-making plantat will be sent by mail on receipt of $1. I AND BUILDERS i I lith day of March, A. D. 1905. you

his mills at Whitney, and began ,One small bottle is two months' treat- Cabinet Work j Witness my official signature and .
a SpecialtyCareful
the making of brick the first of this i ment, and seldom fails to cure any; case seal this the 1th day of February, A.

week. Mr. Spink has a splendid! de ;above mentioned. Sold by all drug- I, Attention Given to NonResident D 1905. S. T. Sistrunk MARION: HARDW7=tRE CO.

posit of brick clay at the plant. !g1s!, I Properties. 1
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla. SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MaDUFF.AGE .


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\ OUR REPRESENTATIVESIN I II:I the contractor. We congratulate George

II I. and his young wife in their home-


What They Are Trying' to Do for Us i W. Walker, the world champion

at Washington shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen

razors, hair clippers and scissors and
Washington Feb. 18.-Senator Talia- j
be convinced of his superior skill. Razors -
ferro of Florida has submitted to the I j jSenate
!i honed and concaved In all styles.
an amendment intended to be Iproposed I
I Call at No. 115 X. Magnolia street.
by him to the river and harbor 'I
next S. A. L.
appropriation bill.

The amendment of Senator Taliaferro. I Robert Thomas who has been doing

in brief, proposes that in )he I some contract work at Holder, returned -

al of the water hyacinth from remov-I homeesterda).

gable waters of the state of Florida i iI I .L. Green the tonsorial artist and

no chemical process, injurious to cattle ] lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft

which feed upon the water hyacinth I and sweet and my hair-cut is the best.

shall be used. I I have two of the finest chairs that turni

The above amendment of Senator Our Special Is Now is every way. Razors fixed In all style
Taliaferro is of much importance to the Karpen Leather [ Call and be convinced. West Broad-

state of Florida, and it has been referred Sale of Pro,g Tess |: way, next to A. Smith.

to the committee on commerceof i Let all the members of St James

the Senate for consideration. 1 I Episcopal church rally to the assistance

Senator Taliaferro has reported from Karpen Leather Furniture is famous for its beauty of design and thoroughness of construction, and we guar- of their pastor. Rev. J. B. Brown, who

the Senate committee on pensions favorably antee every piece. During this sale we are able to offet leather Chairs, Rockers and Couches of the Karpen is striving to push things to the fronton

a number of pension measures make at greatly reduced prices. We cordially invite you to inspect the wonderful values we are able to offer all lines.
of interest to the people of Florida. The
in these high grade goods.Oca 2500 sound cypress shingles in good
measures reported are as follows:
shape, carefully removed, and will
A bill granting pension to Mary A. I
make a good waterproof roof. .Price,

Gibson. la Furnitl re COI11pany $2.50 for the lot. Apply at once at this
A bill granting increase of pension to 9 'I office.

Alfred Rowan.A .
Gun and Holland bought out the city
bill granting increase of pension to --- ;- -- -
market stalls No. 6 and 8, and stand
Matilda D. Clark.A .
THE COLORED PEOPLFSDEPARTM ready to supply the public with choice
bill granting increase of pension to
meats at living prices.
Sarah B. 11111.Representative.
Davis of Florida secured Call at the Vienna bakery, the only

the other day the passage of a colored bakery in the city. Full line

TO of bread, genuine French loaf, twist
bill through the House of Representatives Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, EdiUr.
providing for the holding of a cakes, pies, rolls, etc. All special orders -

term of the United States court at Fer- THETRADE filled with dispatch and promptness. -
nandina Fla. The bill has already Also a full line of choice family

passed the Senate and goes to the groceries. J. J. Marshall, 30 West'Broadway
Moriah ChurchDr. I
Mitchell block.
president for approval.Representative tOur I II ;

4 Davis has also secured ( D. H. Brown, Pastor.) The rector and members of St. James

the passage in the House of a number I 9:30 a. m.-B. Y. P. U. Episcopal church are making stren-

of pension bills which were, at the prices are j figured on the very 11 a. m.-Preaching. uous efforts in raising funds to furnish

instance of Senator Taliaferro, passed lowest cash basis, and under no cir- 3 p. m.-Sunday school. their rectory in South Ocala. Listenfor

through the Senate last week. cumstances will we ship goods C. 0. D., 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by pastor. special notice early next week.

Star service has been established in
as the express company will only take -
Florida from Pavillion to Chokoloskee NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
whiskey at owner's risk, and open. The 1 ML Zion A. M. E. Church
with box delivery and collection. The I Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter -
distance is ten miles and back and laws will not allow them to ship liquors (Rev. R. S. juarterman, Pastor.) 4888, Laws of Florida.

service is to be once a week from I I C. 0. D. We will accept express orders, 1 rmw 9:30: a. m.-Sunday school. Notice is hereby given that W. H.

March 1. 1S05.? to June ZO, 1908. i pcstoffice money orders, one and two- 11 a. m.-Special services. Webb, purchaser of tax certificate No.

Special service on the same route has cent stamps and checks on parties we 3:39: p. m.-Preaching by pastor. 719, dated the 4th day of April, A. D.
know 0. K. eW for cash and *
been discontinued the de- are buy 1898 has filed said certificate office
by postoffice 7:3:: OPt m.-Introductory service. in my -
sell for cash, thereby giving our customers
rtment. and has made
I> I application for taxI
the of ba daccounts. Vljtt.uaome
benefit deed to issue in accordance with law.
Covenant Baptist Church I
PUTS AN END TO IT ALLA Said certificate embraces the following
(Rev. M. W. Newsome, Pastor.) described property situated in Marion,
grievous wail ofttimes comes as I
October, J903, we purc- 9:30 a. m.-B. Y. P. U.
Florida to-wit Com 70 yds
a result of unbearable pain from over- I county : e

taxed organs. Dizziness Backache. I chased the oldest! Saloon 11 a. m.-Special service of nw cor of nw% of set sec 9, tp 14,

Liver complaint and Constipation. But 3:30 p. m.-Sunday school. I r 22, thence e 70 yds, s 140 yds, w 70(

thanks to Dr. King's; New Life Pills, Business in Florida! 7:30 p. m.-Special sermon by pastor yds, n 140 yds. The said land being assessed -

they put an end to it alL They are gentle at the date of the issuance of

but thorough. Try them. Only The McGrath PlaceSince T Second Baptist Church I such certificate in the name of Jas. P.

25c. Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly Lite. Unless said certificate shall be

Drugstore. that time we have re-arranged 11 a. m.-Preaching. redeemed according to law, tax deed

everything, and made it one of the most 3 p. m.-Services. will issue thereon on the 7th day of

BROKE THEIR PAROLE I attractive places in Ocala. .We have 1' cluarts------ ______$" "'t.DI .0 7.30: p. m.Services.Zion March, A. D. 1905.

I added a large bottle business to i it, as 4 5.00 Witness my official signature and
Dishonorable Conduct of the Officers of well as a first class Cafe and Private I quarts----------- M. E. Church seal this the 1st day of February A.

the Russian Cruiser Lena Dining Rooms. We carry everything 1 lU31't ------ ------ 1.50 (Rev. W. O. Bartley Pastor.) D. 1903. S. T. SIstrunk.

good to eat and drink, and if you will
9 a. m.-Sunday school.
Washington Feb. lS.-Tht navy department -
call on us when in Ocala we will do NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
the e 11 a. m.-Preaching by pastor. .
morning public
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
all in our power to please you and l I
names of the Russian officers of thet'uiser 3 p. m.-Preaching.
make you feel like you are welcome. ter 45S8 Laws of Florida.
Lena who broke their parole j'O: p. m-Preaching by pastor. 1
I Call and see us. I Notice Is hereby given that J, Q. High-
and returned to Russia from San Fran-
I lower, purchaser of tax certificate No.
nsco, They are Midshipman Peter Mi-
St. James Episcopal Church 2340. dated the 3rd day of October, A.
fhaeliff anti Andre K>ra Dinjan and I
(Rev. Jno. B. Brown, Rector.) I D. 1898, has filed said certificate in my
Engineer Sergy Kapo.Mn. The United
11 a. m.Services. Cft'ice: and has made application for tax
States government has called upon We are with
I f you 3 p. m.-Sunday school. deed to issue: in accordance with law.
Itu.sla for an explanation of their con- Y .
7:30 p. m.-Services. Said certificate; embraces the following
<11"Wht"11 the Lena was dismantled
when it toCARMICHAEL'S
comes property situated in Marion
iftei reaching San Francisco last Sep-
New Zion Baptist Church county, Florida to-wit: Se'of sw1 i,
r 'mtler. her officers were required to
sec 12, tp 16, r 23. The said land being
9.30: a. m-Sunday school.
jjiv.- their parole to Admiral McCaliaiht I
assessed at the date of the issuance
they would not leave the United 4'tjiJiA GROCERIES
S',ors during the present year. 3:00 p. m.-Services. ft such certificate in the name of F. Q.

( 7:30: p. m.-Services. Blown, Trustee. Unless said certificate -

FAILED ____ shall be redeemed according to

k ;itt r Mrs M. C. Falana is sick law, tax deed will issue thereon on the
\ll efforts have failed to find a bet- 1 ; ; F. They are always fresh, and very 27th day of February. D. 1905.

<>': inedy for coughs colds and lung
Mrs' Belle Ellis is improving.Mrs. .
Witness signature and
my official
nuhles, than Foley's Honey and Tar. our prices generally a little
seal this the 2Hh day of January, AI .
lr 81"I's i the cough, heals the lungs and L. B. Bluitt is convalescent. I '
I). 1505. S. T. Sistrunk
i p. \ .'nts serious results from a cold. lower when quality is con- I
Don't only be a hearer, but a do-r. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
I X, Patterson. Nashua la., writes: : I
= '
Last winter I ha da bad roM on my sidered. Rev. H. A. Huger, P. E., left yesterdayon ,
>n, '" and tried at least half a dozen district duties.
I' L I Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter -
>-itised cough medicines and had ,
4 i .' orient from two physicians without Market price paid for country The editor of this department left today 1 4188, Laws of Florida.

<.'IIII g any benefit. A friend recom- j i(I ': .. J for lakeland. I Notice is hereby given: that Susanah
,: of all kinds.
.".-n!,led Foley's Honey and Tar, and i' produce Miss A. A. Daniels is visiting her i I Jenkins, purchaser of tax certificate

No. 540, dated the 2nd of Novem
I day
"thirds of a bottle cured me. I sisster' Mrs. C. C. Curry.Do .
",-.,ler it the greatest cough and lung CLI Prompt attention given to or- I ber. A. D. 1896, has filed said certificate

II "iiu me in the world." Sol dby the you believe in the Golden Rule ;| in my office and has made application

P',stoffice Drugstore. I 't ders by mail.We If so, :you should, practice it. I for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the
I Wanted-A first class, good and reliable -I
following described property situated
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice
cook. Call at the Star office.
.Nor in Marion county, Florida to-wit: Sep
r') ugstore. I
keep on hand at all times the largest Don't forget the entertainment at the of seU. sec 13 tp 14, r 20. The said
J y land being assessed at the date of the
HILLMAN VICE PRESIDENTOF Odd Fellows' hall Monday night. All i
S stock of Whiskies Wines and Beers
are invited. j issuance of such certificate in the name
in Florida, and do the !largest mail order |lot party unknown. Unless said certif-
SPECIAL ReO.. Bartley will preach a special -
i icate be redeemed according to
Washington Feb. IS.-The eomptrol- business. This business has grown I
at Zion M.
tomorrow night
PURE 7 YEAR OLD RYE. J law, tax deed will Issue thereon on

li" of the currency reports Oak that the The best medium grade Whiskey on earth steadily by fair treatment, good goods, E. church. j the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1905.
First National bank of Live Fla,
has chosen W. J. Hillman vice presi- 4 full qts., delivered, $3.25. 2 full qts., delivered and prices that quality alone govern. If Call at the Mack House for comfor- i!. Witness my official signature and
seal this the 25th day: of January A. D.
ileni, in place of S V. Hough. wan liquor we have it from GOOD table lodging and first class meals. ,
you ,
$2.00. i qt $i.oo. West Broadway. I&05. S T. Sistrunk,

PERFECT CONFIDENCEWhere Pints, 500. Half pints :5c. to the very BEST ever distilled. 1 Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.

Entertainment Monday night at Odd

there used to be a feeling of Fellows' Hall. Tompkln sand Jones,

uneasiness and worry in the household managers. All invited. IKE TOMPKINS

when a child showed symptoms of .
c '< up, there is now perfect confidence. Special services at Mt. Zion A. M. E.

'I'hls is owing to the uniform success of THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO church tomorrow. The pastor will Has a well selected stock of

tmberlain's Cough Remedy In the preach his introductory sermon. Fresh Meats oi all kinds.

"''.itment of that disease Mrs. M. I.
Hot soda apparatus at the Red and
B.i ford. of Poolesville. Md., in speakg Vegetables Greens.
Cross Pharmacy. West Broadway, .
of her experience in the use of I where you can get hot lemonade, gin- Fresh and Salt Water Fish received -
thai remedy, says: "I have a world of -
ger, chocolate, bouillon coffee, etc. Everything every day Cedar Key Oysters
iiridence in Chamberlain's Cough Opposite A. C. L. Depot and West of Square. is in first class order. Holi- received daily. Leave your orders
Remedy for I have used it with perfect
day prices. Call and satisfy yourself.Geo. with me. Prompt delivery
'ii .?ss>. My child. Garland Is sub-
Jet to severe attacks cf croup and It ', P. Curry is having a fine two- I I. E. TOMPKINS

.\ '" IrS gives him prompt relief." ForE story residence erected one block west

.e by the Postoffice Drugstore. I'l OCALA, FLORIDA of the county jaiL Charles Ghays is!i Citv Market.

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The Final Adventures

board of public instruction in'I
(Continued from first page.)
and for :Marion county Florida, met:

of Sherlock HolmesNow this the 6th day of February 1905 in''i I-
The board also recommended that the '
regular session with G. S. Scott, chair-;
ccmptroller authorize the redemption A HAPPY MOTHER
man B. R. Blitch and J. S. Grantham l
Running in the I of the wJ of nwU. sec 14, tp 16, r 21, present. !

at ti p focealue of certificates and I
Minutes of last meeting were read Raaruaroan", TltiA.
ATLANTA SUNDAY JOURNAL omitted scars taxes without interest, and approved.The lay 14,1903.

I II they elie.-r.s that the best Interests Before my baby was born I was in great
I, )I election returns for Charter Oak misery. I was Just able to be about bat Just as
of the stile and county would be sub soon as I began to take Wine of Cardni, which
At a Cost of Sixty Cents a Word These Wonderful Stories Were SecuredSubscrirtlon served. for creating a special tax school district had been recommended to me I felt much bet

I said election held on January 28. ter. la fact I feel that it it bad not been for
Mr. !.'. L. Carney tax collector re-I : y this medicine 1 would not bare been strong
Price for the Thirteen Sundays Mailed to Any Address for 50c.
I 1905 were examined and the following i enough to live through childbirth. But that
ported; collection of U6.S0. collection on I result declared was made! comparatively easy by taking yourmedicine
No More Romances of the Great Detective Will be Written After TheseSUBSCRIBE amount of licenses for the past month I for four months before baby came.
I That every vote twelve being cast Wine of Cardoi restored my health as I took it
also 1.nef'1'on of $S4 on account of poll 'I. two months afterward. I cannot speak too
NOW AND GET THE BENEFIT OF THESE STORIES was in favor of creating the district highly Wine
taxe ixulars, and $5 exfra polls. ofCardai and 1
and for a two mill levy. Therefore, the am glAd to el1- f tl P:; h
Justices of the peace reported fines i ,. dorsait / .
board declared the district created and
Notify the Carrier OP Local Agent, or Address Imposed in their courts as follows: E. i TKSASCREB, Yocso MiTao.Vi Cur*.
for a levy of two mills. B. F. Freer, -I' ,'"' ,\
S. Smith ?2; alt H. Rou. $25; W. 0. : '' r
THE ATLANTA JOURNAL j W. A. Redding and C. E. Lucius having 'trr '
Vaid. Sol.r.0: R. Bullock $20; J. M. ,! Wine of Cardui is powerful tonic
received a majority of the votes cast,
Circulation Department 10 S. Broad St., Atlanta, Ga. Barks :they were declared elected trustees. j: women, regulating menstruation and giv- I Iof
I The following justices reported no
For Sale at the Ocala News Stands. A petition signed by one-fourth of ing tone and strength to the organs which
fines imposed in their courts: T. L. I the qualified electors who pay a tax in inflammation and weakness have affected. It cures nineteen out J

I Jt.hnson.ex.. WynneV.. W. Jackson every twenty cases of bearing-down pains or ovarian trouble.
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the Pedro school district was presented < Wine of Cardui barrenness and aids mother
cures the in
''J. O. Turnip eed. G. M. Richard, J. N.
I Ito the board asking the board to call |iI conserving her strength for the ordeal of childbirth. After that
I She.ld, C. C. Priest R. S. Shortrldge, I '
event the Wine
an election to establish a special tax prevents dangerous flooding and helps mothers to
H. \\'. Douglass, C. R Yea I quick recovery. Wine of Cardui; is the one medicine a mother
school district in the following terri :
Mr. T. E. Pasteur county treasurer should use before and after childbirth.
I' tory: All of the east half of township I All druggists sell f 1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui.
ARIAN PAINTSUPERIOR reported receipts disbursements and
17, range 21, and sections 6, 7,17,18,19.
balances as follows:
20, 21, :25! :26! 27, 28. :29! 30. 31, 32 33. 34, !

'I Road Fund 35, 36, of township 17, range 22. Ofi

FOR ALL USES I Balance last report. .$ 73 I The above petition having been published ,
Treasurer's receipt 635 44 $ 636 17 for four consecutive weeks as'
Disbursed. . .. 631 66 required by law, the board called the !:
0 I iiI
BalanC'E'4 51 election to be held at the school house ;
I iI''
County Proper on Saturday March 18, 1905.:; j I

FOR SALE BY I. The Mcintosh colored school asked j
Balance last report. .? 2 88
that the board run their school for five I
Treasurer's receipt .. S60 03 $ S62: 91
& vid one-half months. The 1] Atlantic i Coast
Sternberger Phillips same was LineTHROUGH
Disbursed. . . 862 87
the board !
refused is
as not running
Balance . . $ 04 I
Ocala Florida other colored schools but five months.
F. and F. Fund
I It was ordered that the teachers be
Balance last report.$955 93 CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
required to report on their monthly reports -
Treasurer's 327 62 $1283 55
receipt ,
all days lost during the month

Disbursed. . 1122 85 CONNECTIONS
on account of sickness or for any cause

Balance . .. $ 160 70
whatever and that when a substituteis
The board thereupon adjourned.H. TO THE EAST Over Its own rails to Savannan Charleston: Richmond..
put in to fill the vacancy, that theperson's
W. Long Chairman. All Rail and Washington the nee via Pennsylvania Ry.
filling such be
name vacancy
Seaboard Air-Line Ry. Attest: S. T. Sistrunk Clerk. given.

TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
The treasurer's report was
I E. L. Carney, tax collector in account approved as follows: Flyer route via Atlanta.

with Marion county, 1904 taxes:
-FOR- Balance from last report. .. .$ 21 84
TO THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York Philadelphiaand
County Schools Rec'd from E. L. taxes
Boston, Via Norfolk S. S. to New York
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, Jan. 2. uncollected . . .$21867 19 : of 1904 . .. . .. 948 02Recd ,
Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
Richmond Baltimore Feb. 6, by treasurer's receipt 948 02 I
Washington, Philadelphia, from E. L. Carney, pollsof .Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel-

Feb. 6, balance uncollected. $20919 17 1901 . . ... .. 204 00
and New York. Steamship phia.
County ProperJan. Rec'd from A. C. Croom comp-

THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY 2, uncollected. . . .$ 8747 20 troler tax sales .. . ... 92 77 KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.

Feb. 6, by treasurer's receipt 379 17 Total receipts . . .$1266 63 -- _. ------- ,- _-

SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED I Feb. 6, balance uncollected. .$ 8363 03 Disbursed during January. 1201*80 Route of the celebrated trains New "iork & Florida Special Florida and

County Roads Balance. . . . . .$ 6483 I West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.

Jan. 2. uncollected . . .$13120 30 Treasurer's report for the special I
SEABOARD EXPRESS Quickest schedules superior sen-Ice. For Information as to rates schedules -
Feb. 6, by treasurer's receipt 568 77 districts was approved as follows:
etc., consult the purple folder or communicate with 'F. C. White, D. P.
6 uncollected. ; 53 Ocala-Receipts, $S9.63; disbursed I
Feb. balance $12)51
SEABOARD MAIL A., Tampa; W. J. Craig. G. P. A..; H. M. Emerson. T. M., Wilmington, N. C.
County BuildingJan. $S5.61; balance $4.02. I

2, uncollected. . . .$ 8746 87 McIntosh-Receipts, $27.56; disbursed -
0; balance $*7.56. Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest
Feb. 6, by treasurer's leceipt 379 17

MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT Feb. 6, balance uncollected. .$ 8367 70 r.tllevieRe'eipts., $126.25; disbursed. I Via and Florida Limited.Solid .

$20.70'balance; $105.55.FantvilleReceipts Chicago ru-
The Seaboard Florida Limited Is a solid vestibuled train composed exclusively Poll Taxes, Etc
$101.49; disbursed -
of new Pullman equipment dining car double drawing room sleepers Jan. 2, uncollected. . . .$ 2S61 00 $4.50: balance, $46.99.LtunnellonReceipts vestibule train of Pullman sleeping, observation library dining car

stateroom and observation cars operating between St. Augustine and Feb. 6. extras col. .4 22 00 $5.03;; disbursed and catches between St. Augustine and Chicago via Atlanta Chattanooga and

Jacksonville to New York via Washington; leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. Feb. 6, reg. col. . 182 00 Nashville.
$3; balance, .03.
| ;
m., and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays. Feb. 6, by treasurer's receipt 204 00

Feb. 6, balance uncollected. .$ 2657 00 disbursed I -I Leave St. Augustine. .... . ... .. ..F. E. C. Ry.. . .. .. ... 8:20 a. m.

ONLY LINE ; i Arrive Jacksonville..F. E. C. Ry. .. .. .... .. .. 9:20 a. m.
Ocala Sub School Pine Level-Receipts, $21.47; disbursed -
I Leave Jacksonville..A. C. L. R. R... .. . .. 9:30 a. m.
Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor Jan. 2, uncollected. . . .$ 9132 40 0; balance $21.47.MayvilleReceipts .
Arrive Tifton..A. C. L. P. R.. .. .. . ... 1:25 p. m.

full Information and sleeper reservations call. on any agent Seaboard, Fel' 6, by treasurer's receipt. 366 25 $54.34; disbursed Leave Tifton .. .: .. . .. ..G. S. & F. Ry. ... .. .. 1:30 p. m.
I- eb. 6 balance uncollected. $ 8766 55
0 balance, $54.34.WeirsdaleReceipts; .
or write: \ ; Arrive Macon..G. S. & F. Ry. .. .. .. 4:15 p. m.
License $118.54 disc -
A. O. MACDONELL/A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON. JR.. P. A., ; Leave Macon..C. of Ga. Ry. ... .. .. 4:20 p. m.
Jan. 2, collected. . . .$ :S93 75 I bur sfd.: $5:;; balance, $113.54.
Jacksonville florida. Arrive Atlanta..C. of Ga. Ry. ... .. 7:00 p. m.
Feb. 6, by treasurer's receipt 393 75 I Citra-Receipts, $13.39; disbursed
JACKSONVILLE FIOrtiDAMPROVED Leave Atlanta. .... ..... .. .. ....W. & A. R. R..... .. .. 7:13 p. m

Special Roads $7.96; balance $5.43.s; Arrive Chattanooga..W. & A.'R. R. ... .. ... .. 10:57 p. m.

Jan. 2, uncollected. . . .$ 6560 161 I II Ii Griner Farm-Re'eipts. $92; disbursed Leave Chattanooga..N. C. & St. L. fly..10:04 p. m.
I 0 balance $92. v (
i, Feb. 6, by treasurer's receipt 284 38 ; Arrive Nashville .... .. .. .. .. .N. C. & St. L. Ry .. .....3:13 a. m.Leave .
Buck Pond $23.84 disbursed ,
I SERVICE ; Feb. 6, balance uncollected. .$ 6275 78i ; Nashville.. .... ... ... L. & N. R. R.. . ... ... 3:40 a. m.
I $23.17 balance .67. I :
i State of Florida, ; Arrive Evansville..L. & N. R. R.. ... ... .. 8:10 a. m.

to Hot Ark Marion County, I Sparr-RjPCeipts, $26.33; ; disbursed Leave Evansville... .. .. .. .. .L. & :N. R. R... .. ... .. .8:20 a. m.
Memphis Springs 0 balance, $26.33.:
I, S. T. Sistrunk clerk circuit court I ; $16.30 disbursed Arrive St. Louis. ... .. .. .... .. ..L. & N. R. R. .. . .. .... 1:53 p. m.
VIA 'I hereby certify that the above is a true ; Leave Evansville. . .. ... .. ..E. & T. H. R. R.. ... .. .. 8:20 a. m.
0 balance, $16.50.FellowshlrHecE'ipts.
and correct statement of the collector's I ; disbursed Arrive Terra Haute..E. & T. H. R. R.. ... .. 11:45 a. m.
I $12.26 -
i i account with Marion county and the ; Leave Terra Haute..C. & E. L R. R.. ... .....11:50 a. m.

THE H ISLAND SYSTEM !I sub school districts as the same ..apI : Electra, $12-Receipts; balance, $33.81 26.: ; disbursed, 1 Arrive Chicago..C. & E. L R. R. ... .. ... 4:30 p. m.

I pears on the books in my office. 10; balance. $33.81.; This train is the standard of perfection in passenger sen'ice. For Pull-

Morning train leaves Memphis 10 a. m., reaching Hot Springs 3:45 p. m. Witness my hand and official peal I
Blitchton-Receipts, $26.45; disbursed. man reservations and other information apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry..
Carries observation, cafe Pullman parlor car and day coaches. this 6th day of February A. D. 1*')5. ,
car $25:! ; balance $1.45.MartelReceipts I St. Augustine or Atlanti cCoast Line office 138 \f. Bay St., ;Jacksonville Fla.

S. T. :Sistrunk \ :: $110.50; disbursed. ,
NIGHT TRAIN Clerk Circuit Court.
I 0; balance $110.50.Ft. .

Leaves Memphis 8:30. reaching Hot. Springs next morning. Carries Pullman King-Ht'C-ipts. $6.72; disbursed, i A New Train
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice '
drawing room sleeper and day coach. 16.70; balance .02.

Drugstore. Capulet-Het'eipts. $3.72; disbursed, I
See that your ticket reads via "TIin ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM". from I I To Hot Ark.
!10; balance $3.72. Springs

Memphis, thereby avoiding change of d epots at that point. EUREKARev. Linadale Receipts, $27.90\ ; disbursed ,

ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES IN EFFECT DAILY B. I. Hull preached a very Interesting $5; balance $22.90. Via the

sermon here last Sunday. I Cotton Plant-Receipts, $10.51; disbursed IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE

WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE ; The Sunday school here is progressIng '! $10; balance .51.

wislani'System1 I I ; nicely now. j Orange Lake-Receipts, $L95; disbursed -I Now leaves Memphis daily at 11:15 p. m., operating through chair car and

S.: L. PARROTT, Dist. Pass. Agt., i Mr. Frank Owens and family have 0; balance $1.95. { sleeping car to Little Rock and Hot Springs Ark., latter being open for occupancy -

No. 6, N. Pryor St.. Atlanta, Ga. i iI I I moved to this place for a short time. | Oak Hill-Receipts. $..82; disbursed, j every evening at J o'clock. This train also connects at Little Rock

I: If it continues to rain the Wilson i.S3 i ; balance, $6.99. I for all points in Arkansas Louisiana, Texas and Indian Territory giving the

': Cypress Company will hlto shut i! Moss Bluff-Receipts, S.SO; disbursed Iron Mountain Route three trains daily to the Great Southwest, leaving :Mem-

CHEAP RATES TO | down their works for a while. .63; balance, $3.17.FairfieldReceipts phis daily at 8:50 a. m., 8 p. m., and 11:15 p. m.

i We have a certain old bachelor here $11.39; disbursed All trains from the Southeast connect with the Iron :Mountain Trains at
who thinks he can support a wife on $3.25; balance $S.14. 1. Memphis. For rates. maps etc., address,

California and the NorthwestTHE :; pecans. That's right old boy set them ; Cottage Hill-Receipts. $7.65; disbursed I l E. REHLANDER,
$5:9S balance. $1.67.
|! out. ; Traveling Passenger Agent,

NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY 1: Miss Emily Halsford will close her | Totals-Receipts, $1004.34; disbursed I I Jan. 13 and 17, Feb. 7 and 21, 34 West 9th St,

"DIXIE FLYER ROUTE..' i school here on the :24th! of this month $237.36:! :: ; balance $66.9S. Mar. 7 and 21, Apr. 4 and 18. CHATTANOOGA, TENN
I i t and on the :25th! will leave for her home !' There being no further business the I

Offers low rates from all Florida ponts to California and the Northwest. I I near Electra. board adjourned to meet first Monday

Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable. I i We hear so much about Lovers' Lane i in March. 1905. W. D. Cain Sec. Rates

$55.10--Portland. Seattle. Vancouver and British Columbia points. at Grahamville that some of the Eureka Special

Missoula and intermediate I END OF BITTER FIGHT
49.90salt Lake City. Helen. Butte. Anaconda 1
boys would like to visit: that burg
Round trip colonist rates to Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Indian Ter-
points on the Northern Pacific Railway. and make the acquaintance of "Crack- 1 "Two physicians had a long and
each first and third Tuesday.
$44-70-San Francisco Los Angeles San Diego Benson. Phoenix Pres- er." Little Bo Peep. stubborn fight with an abscess on my I
i One-way and round trip colonist rates to the West and Northwest.
cott. Tuscon. Denver Colorado Springs. Leadville. Trinidad and Alberquerque. right lung," writes J. F. Hughes of Du-
One-way colonist rates to California and the Northwest from March 1
The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates From DESERVED POPULARITY pont Ga.. "and gave me up.
Every-I i
a until May 15, 1905.
All Florida Points body thought my time had .
Special first class round trip rates to Colorado every day until :May 1;
Atlanta. Chattanooga, To cure Constipation and Liver trou. last resort I tried Dr. King's New Discovery -
is'ia Tifton.
The "Dixie Flyer" Route I I return limit June 1, 1905.
Louis bles; by gently moving the bowels anc[ for Consumption. The benefit
to St.
Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains dally with through sleepers The choice of the two most direct routes and three gate-ways
and Chicago. I acting as a tonic to the liver take Lit. I received was striking and I was on !

Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m., via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. :; tie Early Risers. These famous littltj ; my feet in a few days. Now, Tve entirely ,i UNION AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC

Pills are mild pleasant and harmless, regained my health." It con-
Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. m.. via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry. j Through Pullman tourist cars operated each Monday from Birmingham to
but effective and Their universa:1 quers all Coughs Colds and Throat and
Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale :March, 1 to May sure.
San Francisco without via Montgomery and New Orleans.
I for Is a strong guarari'. Lung troubles. Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly -
15. Inclusive and from September 15 to October 31. use many years
I : Drugstore. Price SQc and Ask for particulars. J. F. VAN RENSSELAER. Gen. Agt.,
of their and usefulness
For maps, schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker, Florida I tee popularity | I

Passenger Agent, "Dixie Flyer" Route, Jacksonville Florida. I 130u by all druggists. i $I. Trial bottles free. 13 Peachtree St, Atlatna, Ga.I .


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sue nad managed to steal the confession. J'

"It was from reading it," finished I '

The Yellow George, "that she learned of the CAPITAL $50,000.00HERBERT

church in which my parents were mar "

ried. Desiring that I should marry

her, and thinking I would not do so A FORD, President. I

HollyBy I were my birth proved she went to the GEO. H. FORD, Vice President.F. .

j church to destroy the registers. ,She WATSON, Cashier.
FERGUS HUME. was caught with torn leaves and ar-

Author of "The Mystery of a 1 I rested.

Hansom Cb. Eta I I j "Arrested?" I l lI

G pvr
Com pan u case reported in the papers." I I 1

I "I have been too ill to read the papers I IALA
(Continued from last Saturday.) II lately," said Ireland, looking round 1R.

the room in rather a helpless way,
1 1I

CHAPTER XXIV.IT I'I "and What none happened of my?" servants told me.

was the nest day that George I "'Oh, Lola was let off with a small

went to see Ireland. At the door : fine. She is n'Hback dancing at her I J. K. CHRISTIAN. L. ANDERSON.

he was informed that Ireland had music halL She gave the confessionto Directors GEO, IACKA Y. ED HILLER.

bmiery ill with lib heart and me." : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.R. .

that the doctor had been called la.NevcrtLtlesrt "Did any one else see It-the authorities S. HALL.

Ireland would not obey ?"

the advice of his physician and stay in I
I "No. You can set your mind at rest

bed lie was up and dressed as usual I Mr. Ireland. 1 got it from Lola before i iI

and in his study. I, she was taken to prison. No one bad I
George entered the large room and I HOUSE FURNISHINGS
i seen it but myself and Lord Dernug- I J
saw his former guardian seated at his I! ton." I -- '' ,YI

desk as usual. The mail looked very I I I I .
Ireland drew breath of relief.
a long :I
111. Ills large, placid face was extremely I
"You made a strange remark just now, I L ia
i I I s
pale, there were dark circles: George," he said, not looking at the ,, lOur stock of Furniture and House Furnishing
under hid eyes, and Le even seemedto
I ;young man. "You told me to set my ,
hare lean. Ills cluthes hung
grown I 1 dI
j mind at rest. Why did you say thaU""I t

when loosely George on him entered., antI he did not rise George have quietly read the confession," said ,I Goods is second to none in the State

"Excuse me, George," he said, withan I
Then know
you ?
attempt at cheerfulness, "but I am II
"I know that my father's death was II I I
not so well; as I might; be." I due to an accident" I EVERY KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MAT NESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,
"You ill ill said II I
are looking -very "What: Did that wretched woman I I TINGS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE AND PORTIERE SADDLES, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,
George, taking! his seat
Ireland li.Jddoo.hi can't live long, "
be remarked in his heavy voice. "So "She told the truth. SPREADS, SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS,

the doctor informs me. My heart is !i "And she did not accuse"me of having : LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,
murdered your father? I
"No. She did not. I suppose she
can be. For the last few days I have ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR CHINERY OF ALL KINDS.
thought it was as well to go to her
deviated sadly from usual habits. .
my ,
long home with as few sins as possibleon
I have not taken walk and
a my system her conscience."

of life of M the quite end.upset lie paused It's the and beginning I Iiighed. "George"Thank," God he said for that in faltering," said Ireland.tones, Deep well drilling, contracting and building of all kinds done

George.. "You are looking well. "I have suffered greatly on account: of under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and esti-

that most unhappy accident. Your father "I do Know all, and I do not shrink

has"I have every reason to. Mrs." Ward and 1 were not very good friends, from you." mates on anything you need.MCIVER .
consented to marriage.
my as I found it dimcult to forgive him
"With her daughter? How is that?" caused the death. I shall lie down for-
for having taken from me the womanI I
"Well, the church where my parents ever. But I am glad you know. I am
loved. But at San Itemo we got on "
has discovered.The glad you are not angered.
were married been better together. I stifled resentment & MACKAY
marriage has been proved beyonda I "We are the best of friends, Mr. Ire-
so that I might see as much of
doubt. My grandfather has been the i land. You have always been kind to
you as possible, George. Knowing thatI
of the certificate and now holds me. I am afraid my visit has been too =
copy CCAI-A i 1-cRICA.
was not on good terms with Vane, 1 : :
much for)'ou.
It" thought that Mrs. Jersey might have
"Is he pleased"Very ?" "No. I am glad you came. I am glad
accused me of the crime. She did try
pleased. lIe is now as friendly to get money out of me." I you spoke out. I always intended to
I| do so, but I feared lest you should
toward me as ne has been hitherto "So told "

hostile." "Bawdsey.Bawdsey Who Is me.he?" blame me."
Ireland nodded, breathing heavily. "I forgot you don't know. He la a By this time they were ascendingthe
stairs. George conducted the old
"I thought he would be. lIe and I had : detective who has been looking after
man to his room and sent for the doc
long talk about the I
a you on day the case on behalf of Lord Demngton.
tor. Ireland undressed and got to bed.

Ward called.and"i That was when I saw Mrs. i Jersey I learn that from he the is her confession husband."of Mrs. I him.Then he insisted on George leaving Them at Home and be Fairly Dealt With

"You can go on," said George, seeing "George Hates. 1 rfme uber. She ,
"But you are ill, protested the
his hesitation. 1 know the whole
told she married him and I
me went to
fetory." I America. It was after her return from young man. 11 Small Musical Instruments Sheet Music Type-
"What story?" asked Ireland sus : I' "I am dying. But what of that?
America that she tried to
get money am glad to die. I shall meet Bosiua
piciously. !I out of me. I refused. Not that I did I writers Bicycles Sewing Machine Needles Dia-
"The story of what happened at San not realize the again after long, long years of sorrow. ,
danger to which she
Itemo. Mrs. Ward I know was Violet I.I could expose me but I knew that if I I Go, George. We understand one another monds Watches and Jewelry Fine China and Cut
and you have forgiven me. ,
Howard, and her sister Jenny is Miss
once yielded I would be in her power. :.I "
Bull." There is no more to be said.
Besides, I had a defense, as she got Glass.
"There is nothing to forgive
"Yes. roor she the bet "
Jenny, was tae stiletto from the woman Velez.
George softly. Then, to humor his old
ter of the two, and now she drags outa
"And it was with that same stiletto
guardian, lie departed. A '
miserable life in a London lodging that Mrs. Jersey was killed." strong grip
of the hand was exchanged between Ocala Music Co.
house. White l Violet, who is a badwowan" "By whom'/' asked Ireland. "Did
i them. George left the room and saw
her husband""No. -
I Ireland lying as still as any corpse.
"And the mother of Dorothy, interrupted We do not know who killed
Only his lips moved, and they murmured
George, imperiously.l "Say no her. Perhaps you may know?"
continuously, "Ilosiua, ltosinal"He !
more, sir. "i:" Ireland looked
surprised. -
was true to the woman he loved to
"You are quite right. As I can't say "No. How should I know I v

good of the woman, let me say no bad. "Well said rather the very end
George, awkwardly
George left the house, as there wasnothing A SINGER SURPRISEA
Well, you know how she loved your "it has '
seems Bawdsey
I he could do, but he intended Millinery Announcement! !
father. got it into his head that you knew .
to call in Meanwhile he
again. repairedto the of
tremendous drop In price I
"I think she flirted with him, but It about this confession. That you were
Amelia square to see Bawdsey. sewing machines, but none in I
was Jenny who really loved. Singer
> afraid it would be published after her I II I will sell entire stock of fine the next
out during
"And look at her reward:I" said Ire- death and that you went to the houseon detective quality. The $60 machine reduced to j my Millinery

land, with a deep sigh. "Those who* I that night to get it. He doesn't exactly and discharge: him from his employment $48; the $Gj machine reducd to $53. Call thirty days, or open for business the most elegant line of

try to do their best always come on the lIelvenston-
accuse you of the murder, but"- at headquarters
In his had
;worst. I loved your mother, George, I "I don know what else would pocket: George a
you I check for now, and when this was Blitch-Pasteur Company. L. W. Jack- Paris Importations For Easter
and I have been a lonely man all mylife. call his statements but
." I aecusatiolis"I paid the whole case was to be relegated son, agent.Everyone.

I retorted Ireland, with to oLsturit '. The sooner Haw sey ever seen in the South. Style perfect; prices the lowest, and shall
It was a sad case. George wished to j I never was near the house. I certainly -

k get at the truth, but he was so sorry thought tbatIrs.. Jersey might married better, Dernngtou Lola and went thought.America And: the for Interested continue to offer my business for sale thereafter. But I must sell

for Ireland, who had passed so many I have some such confession, but I never his own sake Bawdsey would hold his In PoultryShould hats for taster if I am still in the business. I want to sell out, but

miserable that he did not like it and will sell them
years asked her about it. tongue, swing what a close! connection will sell hats instead, if I can't help ,

to inflict! more pain. Nevertheless it I 'lliou you cannot: guess who killed he was of the dead woman. call at 81, North Magnolia

was necessary to learn! if Ireland! had i her?" ; Bawdsey was at home and saw street, and inspect one of the finest incubators So Cheap For My Usual Elegant Goods

really visited Mrs. Jersey on that night; "No. I was never near the house. I I George at once. We looked rather ex- ever put upon the market.Posith'e .

HO as to set iwdsey's mind at rest. If I was in bed and asleep. My servants cited! and could hardly keep his seat. hen
regulation; even temperature It Will Give the Country a Treat and the Ladies a
George; did ant learn the truth Bawd "
will tell "
I It you "Well Mr. Biendon: he asked, "whatis ; no guessing at ventilation or I
>ey mitt atvsii't the discovery, and "I need not ask thorn," sail: George it?" Rare Opportunityto
he would handle the o'd man In a I "1 moisture; clean, pure air for eggs and
quickly. never thought were
you "
"I should rather ask! that. said
much worse manner than George was I guilty, and I only came to receive your I George.ou M-OIU chicks. This machine is guaranteedto buy d magnificent hat without an equal in the land, at prices th twill
likely to dl). \\ bile Von-rin;; how he assurance so that I might tell Bawdsey "Xot"t'r: ,. Only 1 have been fortu- hatch every fertile egg placed in its prove I want to sell out my business. I will consider an offer to

foi'M sot A-nit his unpleasant task and prevent him troublhgyou." nate in some business, care. Incubators and brooders, all buy (and sell reasonable) for the next thirty days.Respectfully .

George: was san.l from making the II "If Bawd: >ey comes here I'll soon "What is tLe and"I I sizes, furnIshed on short notice.

nrst step. always the uio-t difficult, by make short work of him" said Ireland "I'll tell that later. What is yours,
nn observation from Ireland, which i sharj;:l.v. "I am not afraid." "

paved the way to un explanation. I "You nrt't111ut be. :Mrs. Jerseys own yours? A NEW FREIGHT LINE MRS. L. T. TOMPKINSI
I "A pleasant one, rejoined George. :
"How did you discover the church? confession exonerates j ou."
"Here is the check: for HO< (MJ which my
be asked idly I i "I don't mind even that. I would We are informed that a company is
grandfather" i>ronued :jou. Marry Lola
"In rather a queer way. Lola Velez"Ireland ,i have faced the worst had it to be searching being organized, which is already under
and go to the States anti stop -
opened his eves, which had faced. I never was a coward except lu j i for the assassin of Mrs. Jersey." fair headway, and backed by sufficient

been closed, and looked up. "Who id one thing." lie pau'l'aud looked timidly I Plank you," replied Bawdsey, taking capital, the purpose of which is the establishing am In the--, _
Lola VelezV" he asked anxiously."She at Geore.hi shrank from tellingyou :,
the check: : eagerly; "your grandfather of a line of freight boats between -
is a dancer whom I lpell-h., how I was the unhappy cause of .
I is a prince, Mr. Brendon. As to Crystal River and Tampa, and
quite in a proper way, Mr. Ireland. your father's death." i searchIng REAL ESTATE BUSINESSTO
i the case, why should I stop view also
intermediate points, with a
You know the name? "You were not the cause, in my opin ?"

Ireland, contrary to George's: expectation ion. Mrs. Jersey was the cause." to freight delivery in Dunnellon in the
"You will never find the assassin.
nodded. There was a womanIn "Well, I thought you would shrink near future. The organization will be STAYAnd
"Pardon me, said Bawdsey in high
San Memo about the time of yourfather's from me did know all." known the Gulf Coast Wreckage and
you as
glee. 1 have found the assassin. if have in this line to sell NOW IS THE
death. She was called \elez I "I do know all and I do not shrink Miss Bull killed Mrs. Jersey." Salvage Company, application for char you anything

and in love with him." from ," replied George, leaning
was you ter of which has been forwarded to
"He seems to have been a fascinating across the desk to shake Ireland's TIME to list it with F, W DITTO
(Concluded next Saturday.) Tallahassee.
man" said George, smiling, to set band. "It was a pure accident and has '
Ireland at his ease. "But this Lola Is been related by your enemy." A prominent citizen of Dunnellon is

the daughter of the woman you mention "I am so glad the truth is known to GIVE YOUR STOMACH A REST said to be one of the principal moversin

It was she who found the' you at last," faltered the old man, the undertaking and early activityin Call:: O DittoSuccessor

church." "and that you see how unconsciously I Tour food must be properly digestedand the projected scheme may be reasonably -

By this time Ireland was quite anticipated. The Advocate will
assimilated to be of value to
awake and keenly anxious for details. R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK keep its readers posted.DunnellonAdvocate. to Sternberger & Phillips.
"How did she learn its name?" he demanded vou. If your stomach is weak or dis- .

iu/ck/r. Pared tale hobo) D>spepsia Cuie, it 2W North Main St. OCALA. FLORIDA
"She found it in the confession of
I'gests "\hat you eat and gives the
Mrs. Jersey. DENTAL SURGEONS stomach a rest, enabling it to recuperate -'
Ireland snapped the paper cutter he AND TAR
take on new life and grow strong
was holding, and, leaning; back in his
Offices over Munroe & Chambliss Bank again. Kodol cures sour stomach, gas, Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
chair, looked anxiously at George. LJJMBeRROUGH
"What do you mean?" OCALA, FLA. I bleating, heart palpitation and all digestive Honey and Tar as a throat and lung

"Well," replied the young man keepIng disorders. L A. Soper. of Little remedy, and on account of the great

his eyes tiled on Ireland's fate, "it Terms Cash Rock, Ky., writes us: "We feel that merit and popularity of Foley's Honey

seems that Mrs. Jersey left a confession Ilodcl Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the and Tar many imitations are offeredfor DRESSEDSee

behind Ler" as to what took placeat I J. E. CHACE, I commendation that can be given it, as the genuine. Ask for Foley's Hon-

San Remo. It"ed the life of our little girl when ey and Tar and refuse any substitute
"Who has that confession?" or Phone
DENTAL SURGEONOffice she was three years old. She is now offered, as no other preparation will
"I have! I pot it from Lola: I i
six and we have kept it for her con- give the same satisfaction. It is mild
"And how did she manage to obtainit : upstairs Ccmmerclal Bank B. H. SEYMOUR
?" I su ni'y, but of course she only takes ly laxative. It contains no opiates and
Bull:ing, Ocala, Florida.
For answer George related how Lob I it now "v nen anything disagrees with 13 safest for children and delicate per-

had called) see :Mrs. Jersey and bow TERMS CASH I I ber." Sold by all drug1ts.; sons. Soil by tie: Postoffiea Drugstore. PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla.






meeting of the teachers of this We have received our spring line of J Methodist STRANGERS

L. BITTINGER & CO. .: county was held in tlj'e armory this ladies' and gentlemen's Oxfords, in
S::30: a. m-Sunda school
.! patents, tans, pongees and blacks. We I
morning and the attendance was indeed 11 a. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. C. Ley.
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll also have a large assortment of white
gratifying to Superintendent Cam, who I 3 p. m.-Epworth League. Arc Attracted by Advertising but
Proprietors and Publishers canvass Oxfords. Come and see the 7 the I ,
p. m.-Preaching by pastor.
presided and introduced"_the_speakers., latest styles at W. J. Chambers Shoe .
The public is cordially invited. the Principles of Strict Businessand
C. L. BITTiNGER, Every section of the county was rep- Company ', "The One Price House." I

resented ana it was one of the best I INTERESTED Atten-
Editor and General Manager.R. Presbyterian our
meetings held in this county for a long IT ONLY SNOOZETH'It I

R. CARROLL, time. ( J 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. tion to Their Wants makes Themour

Owing to the lateness of the hour is very evident from what we have j 11 a. m.-Worship.
City Editor and Busineu Manager
and want of space today, we can simply heard within the past few days that I i Subject: "Some Lessons From the Friends.
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announce the speakers and the sub- the question of discovering an "oil j i Transfiguration.

The Star understands that II. C. jects. I gusher" in Florida, and not 1000 miles 6 p. m.-Y. P. S. C. E.
Jones, the bottling works man, has Miss Sarah E. McCreary, one of the from Ocala. is not dead. No evening worship. BANKERS.

leased the second story of his building i accomplished teachers in the Ocala A cordial welcome to alL Strangers

on North Magnolia street to Mr. Kaiser I Yigh School, started the educationalball WEATHER FORECAST especially invited. OCALA, FLA.

for hotel purposes.Col. by reading a fine essay on *The

Benefits Resulting From a Compulsory Washington, Feb. 18.-Partly cloudy Christian

G, A. Martin of Brooksville was School Law." tonight and Sunday, followed by rain 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. i

In town today to consult Dr.-Chace. The Principal T. H. Selden of Dunnellon
Sunday on the east coast.
11 service C. E. "THE
latter leaves tonight to attend the a man of mature and well cultivated Ii i .
Campbell, minister.Mr.
Southern Dental Association at Nashville mind and great experience in the school DEATH OF MR. STALEYMr. ,
Campbell's sermon of last Sunday -
Tenn. room, spoke on the subject: "To the
was published in full in the Times- .
Teacher." He made many salient and W. A. Staley, an ex-conductor, I Union of Wednesday, February 15. V

Dr. Camp of White Springs was In pertinent off-hand remarks to the formerly of the S. A. L., and more 3 p. m.-Junior service.All .

the city today. pleasure and profit of his cultured au- I recently of the A. C. L., died at his I welcome to these services. Seats GROCERIESWe

dience. home in the fourth ward this morningat free. Good music. 4

The north bound A. C. L. passenger Emanuel H.. Martin, son of Rev. Harmon 6 o'clock. He has been ill since

train was two hours late today. The Martin of Fort McCoy, spoke "To Christmas. The funeral will take placeat Grace Episcopal are ready to prove tcfVou at any time that we handle only the best in

engine was a cousin to our gas engine the School," and he proved the :Marion :3 p. m.. tomorrow and Mr. D. E. Mc

and got tired at Leesburg. county Mark Twain; of Iver will bury the body in the #old' cem- 9:30 a. .-Sunday school and chil- our line, and we want to have the pleasure of serving you. If our past re-

dren's service. .
'" was real genuine humor that he injected etery. Mr. Staley leaves a wife and six ,
cord stands for anything, we ought to have your business, and we want all
Among the interested spectators at into his themeS! and surely undid small children to mourn hos death. The 11 a. m.-Morning prayer, litany and

the teachers meeting today were Doctors the gravity and dignity of the "wielders Star extends sympathy to the bereaved sermon. that we can get. You will find that our prices are as low as anyone can make

Lindsay, Little and Moore, and the of the birch," as well as gave the family. Missionary service at Orange Lakeat
them, and we do not stint ourselves on what wo buy:
veteran minister, Rev. J. C. Ley, of audience something to think about. p. m. 0

Micanopy.: who for more than half acentury lion. O. M. Tillman, teacher at Red- BRADSHAW ALEXANDER Bible reading Wednesday churchat

has been a devoted divine of dick and legislator-elect from Alachua .:30 p. m.

theh M. I:. church, and is the oldest county, was to speak "To the Community Invitations have been received in St. Catharine's,Guild Thursday: at 3

living prearher in that church in this ," but he not being present Dr. this city announcing the marriage of p. m.

state today.Mr. Andrew Sledd of the University of Col.: J. L. Bradshaw to Miss Elsie Baptist Eat Right and You Will Feel Right

Florida at Lake City, was called on to exander, which happy event will take ,

Ben mUch of Ulitchton, an efficient take Mr. Hillman's place, and did it place in the Ancient City, 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school.

member of the school board, will admirably, effectively, and said that February. 11 a. m.-Morning worship.
accept our sincere thanks for a liberal compulsory euueattonas a. thought! Anthem, "Come Unto :\Ie.nrad a

supply of backbone and spare ribs, to purpose and idea that had come to stay SUMMERS bury.
which we and ours did ample justice. and could finally compress every state f Sermon, "Salvation's Condition Pre- ,

Such men as Mr. Ben mUch even up in the Union into the compulsory col- Mrs. M. V. Mashers of Micanopy has cedent"

many of the rough places in life's journey umn. issued invitations to the marriage of Baritone solo, "Till He Come"Mr.

and make the people of earth feel Prof. P. W. Green, the splendid edu- her daughter. Estelle, to Mr. Marvin Dabney.

that life is worth living especially with cator from Belleview: read a splendid Pierce Summers, of High Springs', Fla., 6:45 p. m.-B. Y. P. U.

spare ribs in sight. In. I paper on "Can and Will the People Afford which event will take place Wednesday I Subject, "Glorifying God ip OijrHomes. "ONLY THE BEST"

a Higher Rate of Taxation for March 1 at their residence in ." Lt'aderIr: Christian. Music -

B. Bennett of the Heron Hill Gun School Purposes." He said they could. Micanopy. The bride-to-be is a young by the Girls' Quartette.

Club of I'ittsburg yesterday, at Detroit, would and it will bear the largest kind lady of personal charms and popular 7 p. m.-Evening worship.

Mich., won the title of champion live of dividends to individual and state. with all her acquaintances. Miss lathers Song service.

bird shot of North America. Mr. Bennett Professor J. H. Wallace of Citra was is well known here, having visitedin Anthem "Praise to Jehovah"-Broed-
The & Cline Co
killed 24 birds out of a possible down to talk on the same subject discussed this city several times, the guest of lyn. one

25. by Professor Green but remarked her relatives Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mil Sermon, "A Piece of Land Five Yokeof .

I the question a vital one. had been so ler. Oxen and a "'ife."

We have just opened up and have on I ably gone over little remained to be -- Solo, "Why Do You 'Wait, Dear
43 Osceola St. Ocala Fla.
display one of the handsomest lines of said by him so he told a few interest- If you have not already tried Winor Brother"Miss Whitfield. ,
rugs and art squares ever shown in the ing anecdotes of his courting days and Kernelled Corn, it's now up to you, and At all services seats free and a cor-

city. Mclver & MacKay.A remarked the majority had to educatethe I we think it is a little better than the dial welcome to all. Strangers especially 0,7f
minority up to the subject, and ,I best. H. B. Masters.Mr. invited to worship with us. -..=. -

bill for tne establishment of a state ;gracefully: retired. I Baptism at both services.Woodmar.ff. tn::: :

oil I refinery has brew introduced in the Dr. Sledd then closed the intellectual John J. Fuller a former prom- .I 'o, =

Kansas legislature. feast with a magnificent addresson inent merchant in Ocala but for the I I 1 I. w

significance of liberty: and let- past six years a resident of Weiser, I I I I enI

Seeds of all kinds fresh yid rellabl ters showing unmistakably in the lightof Idaho where he is now engaged in the I I -t

for fall and winter planting, at Ty- that intellectual and moral liberty real estate business, will please acceptour I THE RUPTUREA I ..... CJ ----a
I i c::)
dings and Co. which makes the Ideal and respectable thanks for the Idaho Magazine, i I <:r.:)

t citizen to himself and his government replete with matter pertaining to the I trusting kangaroo _. ; 1; LI.
: ... cJ: :
One woman was burned to death and I the effective and doing citizens, prominent men and law-makers of that, I Loved an elephant; :

fifteen men and women narrowly es- I that compulsory educations will come far-away mining and agricultural Describe her passion my AND

t'aped in a fire which damaged the Ho- and endow the world; that the libertyof country.The I V Verses really can't. .=
I J'" <:r.:)
tel Winton in New York government bound into the nation I ,
City yesterdaymorning. -
loved that
She elephant -- .!3
would eventually Hood the world and I c5
Florida Cigar and Tobacco
'Spite of parents ban; ,
make every government a unit on light pany has been organized in com-I Loved him as alone

For weak digestion, belching or sour and liberty. ville with a capital of $100,000, I Those marsupials can! A first-class product from J8 years experience on gasolineand

stomach use Chamberlain's Stomachand With the close of this magnificent utterance purchasing capacity of 1500000. The I gas engines alone, and who make that their entire

Liver Tablets and you will get I after thanking all who participated leading wholesale grocers are interested But, with bitter blame, study. Can furnish them tot spraying and irrigating pur-

quick relief. Sold by the Postoffice in the interesting and instructive in it. C. B. Rogers is president. Its Finally she quit;

Drugstore.A;: exercises of the day the meeting factory will be located at Tampa and Said he was two-faced, poses. electric light plants, shop and farmers use, either

adjourned, many of the audience com- make the pure Havana smoker. Or pretty near to it. stationary or mounted. Samples will be installed soon.

late dispatch from Manchuria says ing forward and shaking Dr Sledd's -New Orleans Times-Democrat.

that hand and offering him consratulations. Jno. X. C. Stockton is going into
11,000 Japanese troops and Chinese -
I The meeting was a success and the street paving in Jacksonville, he receiving "BIG SIX" IN CONGRESS well might the claimants steal forth in
bandits encountered a detachmentof THAT TICKLING IN THE THROATOne I
Russian frontier guards with two )' Star congratulates Superintendent Carn the contract for that purpose the darkness of night and with jimmies

i and the faculty of the Ocala High from the board of public works. Washington. Feb IS.- Chairmanship I and crowbars tap the treasury.
suns on February 14, and defeated i ithm. I minute after taking One Minute I
School for II Their claims an outrage. As'to this
th@"Korkandpresencein are
I Cough Cure that tickling in the throat of the House committee on appropriations -
the cause of education. : 'I particular bill, however, I am glad to
Walton of Lake
Miss Minnie
I is gone. It acts in the throat, not the t and the high regard in which he
who is teaching the Weir Park school, i j say it is not in that category. I have
Exquisite china in the finer grades of stomach. Harmless-good for children.A. is held by "Uncle Joe" Cannon makes
GOOD READING attended the teachers meeting today, +' investigated it and knothat it rep-
imported ware. The prices are very I L. Spofford, postmaster at Chester. James Memenway of the first Indi- I
FOR LITTLE MONEY and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. j I resents a just debt due from this government -
low. A. E. Burnett I Mich., says: "Our little girl was unconscious ana district, one of the "big six" in the,
Tillis. to an honest man. I hope the
I from strangulation during a House.
The Atlanta Journal the South's bill will pass.
sudden! and terrible attack of croup.
A negro charged with cilminally as- i As chairman of the appropriations
The bill did while the members
I pass
leading evening paper, is now running Robert II. Lyles went to Xewberry II Three doses of One Minute Cough Cure
iuulting Mrs. Powell Tiffany of r pton, I committee be has to oversee the expenditure merrl-
"most died" from suppressed
The Final Adventures of Sherlock thois afternoon to take service with the I
cured her.
half an hour apart speedily
xas, was captured by a mob yester- of something like $500,000,000a
tl.iy and shot to pieces. Holmes" in its Sunday issue, which parer Dutton Phosphate Company. j I cannot praise One Minute Cough Cure I year. Naturally folks who want to ment.

is as good as any of the mammoth too much for what it has done in our : share in this dispensation have a high .

Ocala News Company and Ocala New York papers, and costs less. Read A pure play, teaching healthful lessons family" It always gives relief. Sold i opinion of Hemenway. chairman. Theyare IS IT RIGHT?

House the advertisement on the eighth page of sincere in motive and clean in ; by all druggists.MOKEAN.
stand have the celebrated La glad of an opportunity to do hima (
this issue, and get a copy of the Jour- I language, such a one is "Old Farmer ---- --- Is it right that a property owner
Kspuela cigar Grand Royal, Milo Deyo favor even to run an errand or two.
nal at one of the news stands. Hopkins." One night only, Saturday, should lose $4-20 to let a dealer make
and other brands. Try: them and you I An old story illustrative of the "pull"possessed
February 18. 59'cents? A dealer makes 50 cents more
will be pleased. LUMBER Go by the chairman of this
I of ready-for-use
on fourteen gallons
WANTED woodsman at
committee is a standard chapter in the
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE II I paint, at ;1.50 per gallon, than auh
Tampa, Fla. Apply to W. T. Hen-
.\t Clarksville Texas, yesterday afternoon history of the House. It is to be heard
John Reeves was hanged in the jrick R. F. D., No. :2, Tampa, Fla. OCALA, FLA I every session. According to this bit agent does on eight gallons of L. & M.
I will be at the following places on : Paint and six gallons of linseed oil,
presence of a large crowd for the murder of House scripture, a bill to pay moneyto
the days and dates stated to receive returns which make fourteen gallons of the
of his wife. lIe admitted the murder Telephone No. 126. some claimant came up in the House,
Opera HouseONE of real and personal property and best paint in the world at $1.20 per gal-
giving as his reason that he was in the days when Cannon was chairmanof
agricultural reports as the law requires lon; the property owner loses Just
drunk and the appropriations committee.A .
NIGHT ONLY : Ceiling, Flooring Siding I $4.29. Is it right?
Southern member, fiery and elo-
February, 1905 i It only requires four gallons of L.
Taylor has a full line of Lowney'sbulk Saturday, February 18, 1905 >. Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber, quent, thought he saw a tiny treasury
i & M. Paint and three gallons of lin-
candies. They are second to none. Martin, Monday: 13, p. m. j I' raid in prospect, annd he proceeded to

THE LAUGHING EVENT Lowell, Tuesday, 14, a. m. j[ Every Size and Quality.A leap on the bill. In a torrent of abuse seed oil to paint a moderate sized
Jack McLfod, a sixteen-year-old boy Reddick, Tuesday U, p. m. he "cussed out" the claimant and the
FRANK S. DAVIDSONIn Large Stock of Shingles. Ten thousand churches painted with
of Milton, G.I., has been arrested on the Fairfield. Wednesday, 15, a. m. j bill. He had witnessed these grafts until -
& Martinez L. & M. PaInt.
charge of murdering Joe Studstill, an the- Flemington, Wednesday, lo* p. m. j New he was sick of the sight, he said, and
to churches
quantity given
Central, Thursday, 16, a. m.
octogenarian for his money. he believed that something should be
NEW "OLD FARMER HOPKINS" Geiger Thursday, 16, p. m. done about it. Meantime, his colleagues when bought from McIver and Mac-

FOR RENT-Three nicely furnished McIntosh Friday, IT. Brick and Building. broke their suspenders, almost in an Kay.
Revised and Re-Written Up to Date:
connecting rooms, at No. 64 North I. Ocala, IS to 28 inclusive. attempt to tell him something."You .
A Little BeyondA Undersold by No One.
Magnolia street. a The law requires all returns to b"! fool," whispered one, "you blithering THE SUNSHINE OF SPRINGThe
Selected Company of made by the first of April, and ro Methods Up to Date. fool, don't you know that is one salve that cures without a scar

Company E of the First Florida Infantry change can be made after that time of Joe Cannon's bills?" Similar warn- is DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Cuts

at Live Oak has accepted an ACTORS, SINGERS and DANCERSThe Alfred Ayer, Business Growing Rapidly. ings came to him from all sides. Burns, Boils, Bruises and Piles disap-

invitation to participate in the inaug- Imperial Solo Orchestra Tax Assessor Marion County. It was, in fact, a bill Cannon had introduced pear before the use of this salve as

ural parade at Washington. Every Customer Pleased. for one of his constituents. snow before the sunshine of spring.

TWENTY ARTISTS CREAMERY BUTTERThe The denouncer trembled some when the Miss H. )f. Middleton, Thebes, EL,
Rushed with Orders.
It you want a steel range and will Carmichael & Son. Co. keep horrible trnth was revealed but he Jcept says: "I was seriously afflicted with a
1000 Square Yards of Magnificent
look at the Princess, made in Nashville constantly on hand, receiving a fresh right on His closing words, though, fever sore that was very painfuL De-

and carried In stock in two sizes Scenery supply every two days, delicious, pure, Come to Us Before Buying. were: Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured me in

by the Ocala Furniture Company, yon Seats on sale at the Ocala News Co. Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per I "As I have said these claim bills are, less than a week." Get the genuine.

n ill buy it, and no other. 1 Tickets, 50 and 75 cents. pound, kept on ice. Phone Xo 37. I Orders Solicited. as a rule plain everyday robbery. As Sold by all druggists.


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Volume 10, Number 213 OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18 1905. '
Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year.


OUR COUNTY PARLIAMENT B. Malloy. .. .. . 2500 I

BIXOLA [WE ARE CLOSING OUT A LINE C. McLeod. ... .. .. .. 4500( '

I Total. .. .. . .. . .$30000 i Stubborn

Official Report of the February Meetingof Mr. Carney thereupon presented cer- !

the Commissioners statement for road taxes due the J
$3 Hats
This is what you want and need in i
of Citra for 1903, amounting to '
every household! It shines your shoesin February 6, A. D. UO:;. .. The board also approximated'

five minctes. The board of county commissionersIn | amount due the town of Citra for Coughs

and for Marion county, Florida, met i year 1902 to be the same as that of

i in regular session on this the 6th day FOR $2. '3, or $57.S5.; It was thereupon orj j

NO MOISTURE REQUIRED of February, A. I). 1903.Present i that a warrant be drawn the:

I. : II. \\' Long chairman, and ( of Citra for
/i $115.70, due the said

IN USING IT J.1 Commissioners.. Edwards and X.: A.C. Fort W. Turner., S. R. Pyles, They are good values and the latest styles. I i I iI years of Citra 1902 and on account 1903. of road tax j and I, Colds

Minutes of last meeting were read: Call and see them. I Mr. Long made the following ,
I ap-
Can be used on vici kid, box calf, and approved. I II I for road overseers in his : CURED BYFOLEY'S

patent, enamel, and all black leathers. It appearing to the board that :Mr. |I :! viz: C. H. Gray, for Fleming-

''J.I :M. Hillman had appeared before the I 1 IiW i district at $! per day; S. J. :Mc-

TRY A BOX.For i I I board at the January meeting of this / J. CHAmBERS SHOE [I ), for Blitchton! district, at $2 per ; HOf EY

year and asked assistance on the road !! >;; V. M. Seckinger, for :Martel and

I from Anthony to Pine, U mile and the I Plant district, at $2 day

sale' atTEAPOT- I board having at that meeting passed I I THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. F. Parker, for Romeo, Dunnellon per and; AND TAR

upon the same and ordered a warrant I! __ __ _u ___ I; \- district, at $2 per day. As I
(! drawn for $15, which was overlooked -- -- -- commissioners, Mr. Long appoint- I I Obstinate, racking Coughs that make

GROCERYUNDERTAKERS I Ii I. and it is now ordered by the board that who accompanied Dozier as nurse, returned nled with the clerk as required C. H. Gray S. J. McCully and J. F. I your head ache, your throat and lungs

said warrant be and the same is hereby and by his request was dis- notice, which bids were as sore and inflamed, that rob you of

i I drawn for the said Hillman. I charged as an inmate, his health being Jacksonville, Fla., After due consideration of the"ar.. sleep until your system becomes so rundown

Upon motion of :Mr. Edwards it was i! sufficiently restored to take active bids for remodeling the court that you are in grave danger of
To the
ordered that the board now adjourn for work. Peter Williams of Reddick.was Honorable Board of as per plans and specifications Pneumonia Consumption,are quietly
the purpose of appearing at the city I'admitted as an inmate of the farm in 11'N-We : file in the clerk's office, on motion I' cured by Foley's Honey and Tar.
-AND- hall to discuss i almost a dying condition, the first propose to build
with other citizens a Mr. Edwards, and
county fair. The board thereupon adjourned I I in JanUdr). Dr. Xewsom was called all Marion county court house and the contract was seconded awarded by to Me-Mr. I I FOLEY'S HONEY AND TiR :

- EMilALNERSWe I until :2 o'clock. | to see him, and he lived only six days. material necessary for its & MacKay, to be executed !j

At 2 o'clock the board reconvened.Mr. Charles McKinney: aged TO, of district tion in a satisfactory manner enactment into law of the upon soothes and heals the inflamed air pas

E. '\". Allen appeared before the I Xo. 1, was admitted as an inmate on pr.d specifications asked for special j sages, allays the feverish conditions,
have two Registered Undertakers I Mr H. J. Klutho, architect, by this board. i stops the cough and serious
i board and reported as follows: i!January 6, in a bedridden state, who, The matter of j prevents
rule, Fla., for the exchanging a horse i results from cold.FOLEY'S .
and Embalmers That the citizens had built that part I under medical treatment, has sufficiently sum of $44,725. i I by the poor farm'ith a
All work entrusted to of the Ocala and McIntosh road recovered ,to do light work. )>riv e includes the electric .' l
our as was taken up and the matter
care will receive prompt and heretofore agreed upon by the board, I Garfield Brown of Dunnellon, aged 20, nolose herewith certified to air Long, with power to I I HONEY AND TAR
$1COO, called for
as in
and also the Boardman and Hickman was received on the farm January: I specit .
skilled attention. All is the
embalming I Yours only prominent cough medicine
truly, I
road, as well as the :McIntosh and who, under medical treatment, is im Upon
motion it the
was ordered that on market that does not contain
fully guaranteed. A I Flemington proving. The above Owens & Son, I
road breaks
and had I past
as Pyles be and he is here opiates or harmful drugs of any kind
splendid stock of Caskets and[I the county's part, one-half, being I records as to deaths and medical ex- By Thos. authorized to secure feed for county II and on this account is safest for children.
Burial Robes carried all $216.80 the i iI penses. The present number P. S.-It tile be used
at [ i on McIntosh and Ocala at the instead of ; during the month of February. It is unexcelled for Croup and Whooping

times. I road; $246.25 on Boardman and Hick- I farm remains the same as it was Jan- on the roof add to the above price application of Rush and Clyatt Cough and will quickly cure the

I man road; $90.02, on McIntosh and uary 1-five white and five-colored. The We refer you to the following sell liquors, wines and beer in elec- racking cough which follows measles
Flemington road. It also I first ten acres of oats planted were ere' t.d by us in Jacksonville: and leaves
OCALA FURNITURE CO having been district Xo. 24, Marion county, |! so many children with weak
agreed upon by the board that the !i I badly scorched by the late blizzard. The l'la' )liO:1 church, stone; First, a, being in proper form, was filed I I j lungs unless properly treated

county would pay for making the fill II stand is not seriously injured. The remaining ian church, stone; Jacksonville the required notice ordered pub- I j Remember the name Foley's
Phone Xo.
Night phone Xo. 94. on the Ocala road, which amounted to ten acres of oats, planted later Library, stone, genuine fireproof I I \ j'I 'Honey and Tar-and refuse substitutes -

$47.06, warrants were ordered drawn t in I are not hurt. The cabbage are heading ing. overseers bonds were approved! I j that cost you the same as the

favor of the said '\'. E. Allen for said (+I! nicely and stand intact. The other Jacksonville, Fla., follows: \ I 'genuine. Do not take chances with

PURE MILK amounts, in settlement of the county's j'vegetables were badly singed by the County Commissioners of ::' J. McCully, district Xo. 2; I. 1 'some unknown preparation.

part of the work done. gold, but will come out. Cane has been Fla. H. TV. district
; Long
| I Chairman: Xo. 3; A. J. Snell, J'I I
Pure Milk and Creamare Mr. Zewadski, [ planted, and the consists of Consumption Threatened.
I the request of the I crop something GE'ntlemen-We propose to 4, and I. W. Perkins, district N

among the greatestof I board, then appeared and explained over an acre. About 26 yards of all materials and labor and to hd ; Henry :McQuaig, district Xo. 5. I C. Unger, 211 Maple St., Champiagn,

table delicacies. Theyare certain bills which he had drawn atj I substantial rock fence has been built Marion county court house at L of Alex Moorhead for surveying 111., writes: "I was troub ed with a
the request of the board to i lout of rock hauled out of the field, at I
be !
I introduced upon motion laid hacking for
: I Florida according to plans and over until next cough a year and I thought
both RICH( PURE and at the next legislature la cost of $::.:iO, and 44 additional
I and the )!ixvir. fications of H. J. Klutho, I of the board, and the clerk di-I I had consumption. I tried a great many
WHOLESOME if suppliedby I following resolution was passed by the I I bo built within a few days, which the sum of $47,798. If ludowici to request Mr. :Moorhead to remedies and I was under the care of

board and notice ordered published as ;j I will remain intact 100 years to come as used in place IOf slate for roof, before the board at Its next meet I i physicians for several months. I used

I follows: |!'a monument to the memory of C. C. the amount, $300.:: If we are the I one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar;

THE HERMITAGE DAIRY On motion it was ordered that an'!i Priest. superintendent, and his ad"iers. !!- I cessful bidders, we will, as far as of TV. M. Tillis and F. H. Bar- 'I it cured me, and I have not been troubled -

.I application for special legislation, au- I j; GEO. E. TYLER. Proprietor. thorizing the board of county commissioners -j Seven meat hogs were slaughtered I and purchase materials in 5(1)J. communications of A. E. Delou- ,
I Three sizes-25c 50c
I the $1.00.
past month that
to issue
---- warrants for the net, 720:
--- I payment thaI the city may derive as much Lee and J. Henry Wil The 50 cent size contains
of the enlargement of the I pounds. Two small meat hogs will be two and
courthouse ,
asking reduction
efit a the
as possible from the on as
I I one-half times as much the
( as small size
W.C. for Marion county, Florida, be ,I slaughtered later. There has been for
BULLContractor I court house. Yours truly, 1904, was referred to Mr'j and the $1.00 bottle almost six times
published in dressed :2100 jounds of I
the Ocala Banner and the I pork to date, W. T. Hadlow & Co. tax assessor, for recommenda as much.
and Ocala Star for sixty days, as follows: I which has been well cured, less the By G. H. Hadlow. '

Builder< NoticeTo I,, last seven head. There has been 300i beats Fla., Feb. 6, ; I appearing to the board that the i SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
i pounds of lard
i saved
I to date. Therewere ;
All Persons' Whomsoever of Mills and O'Bannon for POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE, OCALA
Quick and Careful Estimates 'I fifteen shoats sold on their feet To the Honorable Board of II I I
Made 1''i Notice is hereby given that the j to sell liquors, wines and beer Ij
I, coun- !jfor j $:S8, and. head Commissioners, City:
twenty of the j
Box 64, Grab Fla '! ty of Marion, through its board of same district Xo. 24, Marion coun- js.'on- were approved: :Mrs. Jane Fant,
i! 'I(age kept over for Gentlemen We
another year, and propose to
were In form, and !
--- county commissioners, intends to apply proper i G. W. Bayzer, Mrs. Lucinda Hales.Licenser .
I 11 young pigs, with others to follow. Marion county court house, in ,I legal
to the next legislature fur the been com-
H R. HUNTER I of a bill authorizing and passage The junior superintendent has learned ance with plans and I I with, and there being no objec- I to carry firearms were
empowering i to walk, and while gentlemanly in made by II. J. Klutho, granted as follows: Wallace X. Young
them to issue to'' i I interposed against the issuance of!
county warrants
. GUN . '. I the amount of $50,000 for the purpose |. ]his deportment, speaks with authority. Jacksonville, Fla.. for the sum of i i i permit, it was upon motion order- j|!Jan s "'. Means, James L. Perry Ji .

-and- ( of remodeling the court house. Said !land commands the respect of the inmate ty-eight thousand, nine hundred {!: permit be and the same Is here- |11-.. McEwen, L. T. Hickson, Geo. R.
j | ?. eight> -seven ($4S,9S7) dollars. I
I warrants to be payable $;;000 each and granted to said Mills and O'Bannon 'Johns, Tfcos. II. Griggs.
LOCKSMITHRepairing I Hereto appended is a statement of figures contemplate the use of
I every year thereafter until to'' ? liquors, wines and beer in said
paid, and The
draw {,expenses and creidts the past month, vile brick and includes $1000 for Hciary public bond of E. S. Smith
interest I
not to exceed 5 j
cent. !
a Specialty.The I her i I" hich, on account of an extraordinary bination gas and electric fixtures. following was, approved.
per annum. H. ,Yo Long, \ pen- ]
I Chairman Board of County Corns. j {number of sick inmates and the neees- sewer pipes to connect with _-I I i Bond ol J. II. Butler, as justice of
Mty of I uying new mattresses service inside
and bed yard. Should
Attest: S. T. Sistrunk.Clerk's I I the peace, district Xo. 5, was approved.
I c.t ering. and the hiring of a nurse has tile be selected instead of. slate, I I
THE rkp ( Feal.) Clerk Circuit Court.A I and of J. M. Barksdale, justice of
caused the $393.:;
expenses to be unusuallyi Respectfully submitted,
I letter from I"1. O. Painter of De-ji; Mclver & MacKay, by G. I | the peace, district Xo. 24, was ap-
. TEXAS Land, requesting attention of the board'to Total Sour I proved.
PACIFIC I I amount of expenses, $170.40;
I certain commissioners books which I i''by produce sold for cash and labor, Jacksonville Fla., Feb. I !I I A receipt of Henry Gordon, sheriff,

f p'fS0 he had sent' for the purpose of examination { :$39.53; leaving total of expenses for Board of County Commissioners, Stomach was fled with the board as follows:

RAILWAY I I was then taken up and consid- : the month of $130.58. j' rion County, Florida: j j Ocala January 12, 1905.

I eyed by the board, and the board believing i! GtntItmen-\\"e propose to j Received: of P. H. Xugent, the follow-
II. W. No
Long Com in Charge. appetite, loss of strength,
I : that the best interests of the county II' ] all labor and materials ?{- headache, I l ins ,11)-<2ay cost and fine bonds unpaid,
The hour for the opening of constipation,
Great Eastern j i would be better protected and the serf i! bids for the sealed erect your proposed' court house, breath, general debility, sour rts- i t!jtir.vit: i
remodeling of the
and Western Line uce of the board more efficient by the i new cording to the plans and and catarrh of the stomach are i' State vs. RawsonMiller..
i ii i'purchase of said books, which contained I j j (court house having arrived, the chair- prepared by 1[. J. Klutho, architect due to Indigastion. Kodol cures !j State vs. Sam Roberts.

Across the Entire States ol !j the laws in condensed form, pertaining I man into announced that the board wouldgo the sum of fifty-two thousand I This new discovery! repre- j I State vs. William Nelson.

to all of the duties of county commissioners I1. executive session for the pur- thirteen ($52,013) dollars. If the natural juices cf digestion {I State vs. Ed Patterson.

and as well as complete revised =e of opening said bids. There be- tile is used for roofing instead of !' they exist in a healthy stomach j State is. Walter Gooden.
TEXAS LOUISIANA) j i ins! some citizens who
present declinedto
with the
statutes of all the laws up to and including add three hundred ($300) dollars to greatest known tonic I, tate"So J. F. Coleman.
r tire, the chairman I
1903, acts of the legislature. I withdrew the above proposalNoteOur reconstructive proJerti: Kodol State vs George Riley.state .
XO TROPBLE TO AXstt: KR QUESTIONS I the board ordered i I statement that the board would go into Cure does not only cure In-
a warrant bej'i iI proposal includes $ I VE. William Mansfield.
executive session:; and ; ion and dyspepsia,but this famous
I drawn for $:1.50 in thereupon proceeded for the electric
Direct Line to payment for said f fixtures, as Together with writs of executions
to open the bid which had been, cures all stomach troubles by I
I books. j: by the architect.We !, listed in dockets No. 1, 2, 3, and not

NORTH TEXAS I The bill of :Mr. Burford for services)I, hand :you herewith our ('( I purifying the mucous, sweetening membrane and !yet returned to clerk's office, county

NEW rendered the county during the past iI i, TEX BOB check for $1000, as per your tie stomach. 'I'judge and justices of the peace, and'
MhXICO year, for $130, was ordered paid. I|I i I II II I ment. Yours truly, ) unpaid. Henry Gordon Sheriff.

ARIZONAand The selection of an attorney for the I I LA ESPUELA CIGARS Boykin & I!! Upon motion it was ordered that the

year 1905 was then taken up, and on I Board thereupon adjourned :[account of ex-Sheriff Xugent be credited -

motion of Mr. Edwards, deferred until PURE HAVANA STOCK Tuesday morning. j with said amounts and that the

the next regular meeting of the board. I 1 tame be charged to Sheriff Gordon.

CALIFORNIA Upon motion it was ordered that a Made by the FamousLA Tuesday Morning 1 Mr. Williate Lucius, hard road over-

warrant for $20 be drawn in favor of I Board met seer, reported amounts expended on
W. K. Zewadski for the drafting of All members present.: !{ hard roads during the past month as

E. TURNER four bills to be introduced in the next TAMPAA The bond of E. L. Carney, tax !'I!follows: Cartel hard road $33.62;
legislature.Mr. 'Elitchton hard road, $!Z8.11
lector, was then offered the board I ; Orange
General Passenger Agent Long thereupon made report of Full Stock of All Their Brands and a\v;>up, $461.81.
I approved with the sureties as I
DALLAS, TEXAS the poor farm as follows: Grades Carried lows: I II j It was recommended by the board
-- To the Board of KodolI that the
County |
Commissionersof comptroller
--- authorize
E. L. Carney, principal, In the the redemption -
L.ALEXANDERPractical :Marion County, Florida: NONE BETTER AND FEW AS GOOD $30,000: i of the following described

GentlemenI"isitE'd the poor farm i I Sureties I lands, nz: Sell of nee and ne% of

the 3rd inst. and found the health of I All of the Latest D. W. Davis .. .. .. .. .. .. .$ ,.. Health to tits flick and IseU! and 10 chs eq in se corner of n4
inmates in normal condition. Dan Strength to the W tk.only. of feU, sec 15, tp 17, r 23, at the face
MAGAZINES Z. C. Chambliss .. .. .. ,. :! (!
Dozier. AND
CARPENTER AND I for whom transportation I PAPERS \alue of certificates and
BUILDERCareful furnished was T. T. Munroe.. .. .. .. .. $1.00 SU hoId1q 2" MIuI I I omitted years
to his home in South Carolina the trill sse,which uU fee; Soc. tases, w ,hout Interest, the board believing
estimates made on all contract J. M. :MeSert .. ... ... .. .
reached there on Urn and only bj 2. C. ZfeWitt Co. It to be to the best Interest of
work. Gives more and better work fothe r lived twelve days after his arrival. Ocala House Cigar Stand J. D. Robertson..... ... .. Ctlup. the state and county.Concluded .

money than any other In town. Wesley John, Walter Ray" .. .. ... .. .,. I
an inmate of the farm OCALA
NEWS CO., Proprietors. D. _-\. Clark. .. ... ...._... BY ALL DRUGGISTS
( on Eighth Pa.ge1 ),


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A. H. MARSH Assistant .
Manager. Yesterday" afternoon the ZeButt: estate Mr. T. J. Davidson, aged 65 years. ,

I was finally disposed: of by Mr.f('died at his home in Reddick Sunday ar-I l

THE COMMERCIAL BANKOCALA J. <'. Stine and Colonel Z. A. Butt representing 11 ternoon. February ld, after a long AT THE CITY MARKET

i the heirs of the estate, to j I ness. rcyh complicated case of i:

Mr. Herman Valkerding of Louisville Bright's js* *, : i j i ,
FLA. 1 1i i Ky who bought the property under f fIr Davidson +was postmaster at {I Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcher
(Branch Commercial Dank, Jacksonville.) ,
contract for the Carmichael & Son Co. j i Reddick. haring held the position for I

CAPITAL, $50,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $37,885.37 The consideration was $11,500.lmost I!['eight years.'' .0-_ I
immediately after the papers were I r' Hezt'as'tarn-In Waverly Ill. He came,;

We are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any Accommodations Consistent drawn Mr. Edward Holder bought theproperty I. first to Ocala and remainei a few : WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY

With Safe Banking. from Messrs. Valkerding and I months and moved to Red-iick, where i

th" "armichaels for the Kibler Bros., he has reside for nineteen years. He I
of Dunnellon, paying for it $12,300, a : was a devout member of the Methodist OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Safety Deposit Vaults for Rent profit of $1000 to the first purchasers. !|!I church and a splendid highly respected -

The Kibler Bros., had made this offer Christian gentleman. He was a FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109

------- ----- -- ---- -- -- t., the estate, but as :Messrs. Butt and member of the G. A. R.

Stine had agreed to sell to Mr. Valker- :Mr. Davidson leaves two daughters
OCALA OCCURRENCES : Pat Edwards: was given a hearing inJustice a I
j: ding they: stuck to the verbal contract. !i Mrs. Graham of Jacksonville. Ill. who

= -- -= =-==- : ....=- -- :------= Waid's court )'es erc.laafter- I Kibler Bros., Mr. Holder says will I!J has been with him for' several months, L
noon on the charge of stealing $5 from A. E. BURNETTTHE
build i at some future date a business i and Mrs. G. M. Long of Reddick, and
ftr v. I. :;. Patterson is in Tampa. .3Nuts [ Gibbs. He was acquitted. Both
i block on the corner where the Club one son. :Mr. John Davidson, a medical
men were white, and traveling men. II
House now stands and will put the student at the Chatfanooga Medical
fruits and candies at Taylor's ;j
stores now occupied by Mr. Troxler i College, all of whom were with him
i Wood, green or dry, pine, oak or mix i : .
and the Ocala News Company: in first j when the end came. The body was JEWELER
Sue: silver shirtwaist sets at Bur- I led. 50c. and $1 per load. .Ocala Wood ,
nett's. Yard. class shape and continue the present I buried at Reddick Monday afternoon. I

i I leases. Many friends will sadly miss this good !

Messis. mitt and Stine will leave in I! man and sadly mourn his death. i Fine Jewelry Diamonds Watches Rings
x ,
Hot soda at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-i Mr. J. U, KiicbkM k and a h u Itt",!'; | ,
A day or two for their homes, the form- : I II
Store. i daughter. MJss Noia Knoblork. of Martin j Cut Glass Handsome China
I i Fr to Denton, Pa., and the latter to Os- + THE OCALA RIFLES I II' Sterling
II are vMfors in the city today. I :
I f il'.a Mills, Pa. They had many offers II PREPARING FOR INSPECTION Silver and Hollow Ware. .
1'.n donkeys for sale. Apply' to C. !
] for the property, ranging from $800to 0 1 1I
--- I
It. T>dings. j If there is anything that you see at I 1I
| $12.500. i ij Pursuant to a call for annual inspection !
the exhibit of the National Biscuit Co., 1
j Henry Livingston negotiated the Kib- i of arms. side arms, uniforms, etc.. TOILET ARTICLES
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice !! and want to know where you can get it,, |I I ,
ler purchase of the property. by Adjutant General J. R. C. Foster
L i ugstore. I IAt let that it be found !
i| us assure you can I II j
iI I at "The House That Treats You Right." }[Valkerding bought the property j i i and Colonel Norvell. the Ocala Rifles FOUNTAIN.IPENS'
Ta'lor's-Popcorn. korn nuts andsalted !I for the Carmichael & Ron Co., as staled are drilling regularly twice a week ands

i.eanuts.A II I Rev. J. <'. Ley of Micanopy is in the In the Star last week, but the deal wa have already gotten themselves in good OPTICAL GOODSWatch

I city and will preach tomorrow in the delayed somewhat in the closing up. drilling condition, and have completely -

full 1'ne of cigars and tobacco. Ty- Methodist i-hurch. mastered the new and intricate manualof

dings and Co. This is arms. recently put into effect by the

SOUVENIR WEEKAt United States army. It is the purposeof Repairing a Specialty
FOR SALE-The New YOlk Herald, I '
the- Captain Nash to make the
Rifles the
f;. M. Parker of Xew York City is at Daily and Sunday on sale" at the OcalaI -
I I OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY crack of the state militia and
the Montezuma. House news stand. All the latest new OCALA FLORIDA
from everywhere.Mr. judging by the untiring interest he has

Dr. Lindsay will preach tomorrow taken in it, and the giant strides the
Pure fresh milk and cream at the r _
afternoon at Fairfield and at night at boys made towards perfection in I
Fort King Dairy. Lee Cox, who has been visitinghis '
Reddick. Mr. Murphy will meet the last :year it is safe to assume that
mother, Mrs. Pike, returned to Tampa -
doctor at Reddick and convey him to when the Rifles line for '
The best hot chocolate ana whipped this afternoon to resume his brokerage up RESTAURANT -
cream at Taylor's. I duties. Fairfield. March 8, they will pass through

I with tIring colors

See our immense line_ of picture I

brief C. Miller in Jacksonville for a "Woodmar." frames and mouldings. An endless variety 'II I MISS WEATHERS ENTERTAINS .;X| > First Class Meals

of design, size and finish and YOUNG LADIES' CARtS' CLUB

Col. R. A. Burford has returned from price. "'e frame any picture in price, 'I
The Ocala Wood Yard supplies woodIn
any length. Phone 32. New York, where he went to consulta accordin gto your ideas. Mclver & A very pleasant affair of yesterday CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

physician. While absent he visited MacKay. I was the progressive whist party given I

The Fort his son. R. A. Hurford, Jr.. a student I at the hospitable home of Mr. and Mr .
King Dairy sells nothing )I
at Annapolis. Harry Clarkson had the misfortune j B. Weathers by their charming

but pure milk and cream. I a week ago in bending over, to strike i'I daughter Miss Esther Weathers, and Oysters in All Styles.

The Why pay more than 60 cents per his right eye on a pane of glass and I her admired guest Misses Edith and
King Dairy Is now the
leading dairy around town. pound for the best candies? See Tay- since then until this morning, he has I Mabel Taylor, of Cincinnati. This affair

!lor's line. been confined to his room. The eye is was given in compliment to the Dining Room open until midnight. Personal

W. <*. null the contractor, came home still very much inflamed, and it hasbeen Young Ladies' Card Club and only the attention given to special orders, anything

for a day from Crystal River. Col. V. J. Shipman returned today a painful experience. members of the club participated in the the market offers prepared for the table on

from HraMentown where he went to { games. The first prize, a dainty Japanese ,
short notice.
Finest line of ladies' handbags in the I visit Mrs. Shipman, who has been quite A new and pretty line of baby carriages sandalwood fan. was captured by I 1a

el\)'. Prices right at Harriett's. ill. and go-carts just received at Miss" Meta J \\etthile the second

I Mclver & MacKay's, prize. a pair of Japanese sandals, wwon s Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar

\WANTED good cook for small Our stock of blink books stationer, by Miss" Violet Harris.

falllll)'. Apply at the Star office. stationers' supplies is complete Call I The "Old Farmer Hopkins" rom- Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands.
on us. Ocala News Co. I'
pany arrived in the city this morning,: RECEPTION TO

H. L. Hough of Dunnellon is among I over the Atlantic Coast Line via Juli SCHOOL TEACHERSAt Special Price to Regular Boarders \
i!, Mrs. Harry Wright of. Macon, Oa.. isi
th- iii.niy visitors in the city today. ette. This excellent company gave a I
i Ithe. guest of her father, General Roberti
i I DuU Ck. I good: parade this afternoon. Their bandis their home on South Vifth street.Mr. I THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt

Typewriter desks from $7.50 to $12 I one of the best ever heard in Ocala. I and Mrs. Geo. '\-. Martin and Miss

ei"h at the Ocala Furniture Company. ,!t I They will show in the opera house" tonight I Griffin entertained last evening from 8 I
Try Coin Brand Bacon, and will I j
..1 and duubtlfBD a large crowl will I to 10 at a fad party, in honor of the I Stand
not There is finer
go wrong. nothing
Fort King Dairy is just one mile greet them.i ;'school teachers.of the city and county.
i jto be had anywhere. H. B. Masters. I I -
from the court house on Fort King av- I Music" and song formed an attractive

tnue.S I li!j John F. Tow I... the well known insurance i, t'.ut of the entertainment, and rendered I J. R. MARTIN & CO.
he occasion one of the most enjoyable
[ man of Bt".ntJII. is sin-inling sec Illavi row
G. .Culpepper, a successful j W "f the j--rason. A splendid supper was I
eral weeks in the i-iiy. a guest of tlwOl'ala
,"h.mi, of White Springs, is in the city' "f'J i
House. Mr. Towle is a regular 1 f
(I wll1ti'r'lsHor h ere.lOur I I'I :
I II I We carry the finest and most complete ,1

t'laude Xix of Martin is in the i line of soaps, perfumes and toi- I

.'in'I1 rs. Nix was formerly sroot! prescription impairment' Is the'I i ROOM 12 P. 0- BLOCK let articles in the city. Tydings and I{ Carriages Buggies and Traps
Julia Tydings. up-to-date and has the most care- co. ,

_- | ful attention of any in the city. Ty OCALAFLORIDA i I Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.

Malto Iron Tonic the blood enrich I dings and Co. I. I See that handsome sectional book

for a spring tonic at the AntiMonopoly I case at the Ocala Furniture

Drugstore.Mrs numb Charles of Peyser received yesterday a I II II I REAL ESTATE and carried in stock in several company\\ FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSESHorses

I huge bales of tobacco from ; is fully as handsome, and

W. E. McOahagln, who has been I I j(i I Havana wrappers and fillers, for his LOANS I!, several advantages over the Globe I
seriously ill for some time, is now prosperous E1 Tropico cigar factory. 'I : Warnick. and Mules for Sale. Horses

uiw,'h improved. I INVESTMENTS I! Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
I Giles' woodyard has the largest supply ;I Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice

I of stove and fireplace wood in the j 1 Urug"'tore.
K >InLF.Hor'e and wagon for town. Three wagons running Prompt II Phosphate Lands a SpecialtyI J. R. MARTIN & CO.
sate cheap for cash. Can be seen at j I I
delivery large loads
i I Dunnellon
sent I
4 ol.thain street. have the following properties in up a big delegationthis

Ocala and morning among whom were Pro- j
vicinity for sale:
i Mr. P. Jumeau of Floral City is f"ssor" Selden. principal of the Dun- !
\1 I;>rge n. Jennings and little son 'I 8..101..DO...
among the prominent phosphate men in 1. House and lot on Oklawaha avenue nellon school and his I II
accomplished as-
i' Vl.mta: are among the visitors in
I j. thf ity today. between the residences of Dr. I istants.: Misses I .
Daisy Millijran awl!
u ity for an extended stay. !i! ____ ___ :
I Tidings and :Mrs. Howse
; lately vacated Annie Mixson, accompanied by MissMabel \ SEABOARD
j I I Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, far ;| by Dr. W. V. Xewsom. anders 'I :
and Miss Fannie Gam-
M': :>.s Carrie imon.. the capable and j I :
stove wood. II I
popular: teacher of the Charter Oaks I your :. Two-story house on South Orange I ble, who attended th" Teachers' -\sl'o-I .

,'hoot!, is in the city, the of Mrs street, belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin ciation.
guest : ilrs. children'of I AIR LINE RAILWAY
Templeton and :
\ -: :uc Roberts. Miss Sigmon attended I and next door to residence of D. S. II I :
are visiting in the eitfor several Woodrow.
the teachers' meeting at the armory I We have just received a shipment i j .I FOR
weeks, the guests of Miss Leila .
today. I 3. All of block ::. Caldwell's addi of 5; rolls of Japanese: and Chiness ;
i Barnes at the Club House. Mrs. Tem-
pleton is pleasantly + tion to Ocala (one acre) being the mattings of different designs, from 15 :[Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Plne;,
: remembered hereas I
I Miss property immediatenorth! of Mr. J. to 50 cents per :yard. Mclver & J Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore 5
Josephine: Davies of Key West iI iI i .
Moorhead's home. Kay.I Iac-I
York. 2
--OURGLEANSWEEP- I II I I Philadelphia,
5. The Lewis Plater workshop e m
I The Fort King Dairy \\-ni deliver
South Second street. I Among the prominent bU .) TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. 0f
I milk or cream to any part of the city jness'ISit,1
SALEIS ors: in the city is Mr. J. S. ,
6. The
[I before breakfast.Captain Campbello Plantation, 2H << I :
miles southeast of town, consisting of I well known Atlantic Coast Line orfi-iI j f Seaboard Express,
cial. )[r. Jolly is here in the Interest
NOW ON. t T. H. Johnson the general 75 acres of cleared and fenced land, I
i of the railroad in also Mail
and 165 I general to improve -
of .
promoter, is going into a new industry.He acres mixed oak. hickory andpine 9 f
land j and enlarge the freight depotI r
first quality 6-room
is preparing to plant several hun- ;
house |Hof the above named road, which is necessitated rtODBRN PULLHAN H
; outhouses, cisterns
dred acres in p-ach trees in his orange etc. This : EQUIPMENT.

BIG grove and on lands at Lakeland. He'' on the A. C. L. R. R. i by the increased freight bus-, I
iness in this .
I has" already planted 100 Bidwells. and and has a fine deposit of lime on it. i city.The I II e .

I is posting himself on the best and earliest 7: The Rogers place on the southwest I ONLY LINE! OPERATING .
Our Customers Has I
ladies of the church
varieties. edge of town, consisting of two Presbyterian
Always Been Our Motto. story house and SO acres of land. will hold their monthly social at the I : Daily Through Sleepers from JacKson. .

Souvenir I residence of Mrs. C. C. Todd I vine to New Orleans.
Cards at the Posto1 i e 8. The Wade Hoard property consisting :
Drugstore. afternoon, February i')', from :3 londaJo'1
I of small house and lot due I rTor

south of D. Mclver's residence. : trill infornitioB and Sleeper! BeierTttltai, call on toy if tat .
NEW GOODS I j We are making several changes in' .
8 boud
or wriU Ii
Miss Ida I I ,
Bailey a charming 9. 2H acres of land
young on S. 10th ?t,
cur Grocery Department, and we are i S
ARRIVING DAILY. school teacher of Belleview, was amongthose I adjoining: property of J. M. :Meffert; , in a better position to supply your A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, ..

in attendance at the teachers' suitable for subdividing into lots; Jacksonville Pic. II
; wants than ever before. Why not give ,
I meeting in the city today. Miss Bailey I known as the Gamble place. I us a trial? It won't da you. any harm, i 8. C. BOTLSTJN, JR.. PuMager Apt JickionTllla.. Fit. eo

THE BOSTON STORE I nil! tt spend. Belleview Sunday in the city, returning IB. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona St., 'I and may do! you ssme :good. "The ', .. .. .eI(9.. .. .. .. ..tI..De9
Sunday .
Peon s-T
next door to residence of P.. G. Blake; i 1 House That Treats Ysu Right i

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