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The Ocala evening star

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

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

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Abstract:
The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).

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OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1905 PAGE THREE

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WEATHER FORECAST ,;; .; ,' .:/,: ,", ; "--"- -:.:' --' .- ';' ,'pJr < : .
HY ROBINSON, PrtiidenL S. H. BLITCH, Manager i CAPITAL $50,000.00 -, = 0 <<' "" '. :"";< -" "q. '- ".fl.
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A. H. MARSH, Atiiitant Manager. Washington. Feb. 20.-Cloudy tonight <" ,

and Tuesday, with occasional'rain -c ,,. ..- ;f f"
HERBERT A. FORD President. : :.- -'. :-

THE COMMERCIAL BANK WANTS MR. LONG TO RUN GEO. H. FORD, Vice President '

F. WATSON, Cashier.

OCALA, FLA.
Editor Star-I see several are advo-

(Branch Commercial Bank Jacksonville.) cating Mr. E. P. Thagard as a man

CAPITAL, $50,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $37,885.37 suited to represent the 20th senatorial 1
district incase Governor Broward callsan ,

We are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any Accommodations Consistent election to fill the vacancy made \ OCALA
C. M. Brown. Mr.
by Senator Thag-
With Safe Banking.
ard is a personal friend of mine. He ll U
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US made an admirable tax collector one

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Safety Deposit Vaults for Rent that every tax payer in Marion county

feels proud of. But that does not fill a J, K. CHRISTIAN. R. L. ANDERSON.

'1 senatorship. I think and I believe the GEO, MAcKAY. ED HILLER.
.
Directors
majority of tax payers in this and : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.
/ CARD OF THANKS
OCALA OCCURRENCES
/ Sumter counties will agree with me R. S. IIALL. e ;
--
,; that Hon. H. W. Long is better fittedto .-
I desire to return my sincere thanks
p', fill the position as district senator
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night to all friends and acquaintances who
than any other man in the county. He
were so kind and attentive to our wantsin
has associated with every class and
Nuts fruits and candles at Taylor's.See the late Illness and death and burIal -
certainly knows their needs. He has
of my husband. Sincerely
had practical experience, and is unquestionably -
silver shirtwaist sets at Bur- Mrs. Hugh Haycraft.
nett's. the best posted man in the rkGRt..i''r

county. Should Mr. Long consent to .

You have of make the race his election Is sure, andI
Hot soda at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
believe his record would be such that
store. course had J.14&
every one of his constituents would

The city council will meet tomorrow feel proud of. Mr. Long has his whole

night. ) CHCCOUTE CRIAM! SODi soul and body wrapped up in this good

I X.EUCIOC. \ K; ICE CREAM SODA road movement, and I believe would .

Two donkeys for sale. Apply to C. ) SOT CHOCOLATE accomplish a great deal.

S. J. McCully.
R. .
T'dlngs.Souwnlr of thsir ...
at out tatuy stores and con- .
Berlin.-Ffcu Feb. 20 1905. .
sidrreditthe bait JTJU arcu- drank ; -,. --.
Cards at the Postoff ice "
Drugstore.At All Chocolate Drinks servedat Mrs. Charles F. Benjamin of Alexan-

our fountain are made with.J. dria Bay, N. Y.. nee Miss Bettie Sharpeof Our Special Is Now >>n

Taylor'Popcorn., korn nuts and ; Ocala, reached the BMSteClty. this Karpen Leather Furniture :
/& Chocolate and after; F Sate of '
salted peanuts. ,afternoon to visit her sister Miss An- Progress

their formula. nip Sharpe,kindergarten fame. Someof
ti
A full line' of cigars and tobacco. Ty- T. W. TROXLER her old time old and young friends I ':-

dings and Co. Fruits, Confections: Cigars and Tobacco I heard of her expected arrival and a Karpen Leather Furniture is famous for its beauty of design and thoroughness of construction and we guar-

: : vats respectable battalion was at the: antee every piece. During this sale we are able to offer leather Chairs, Rockers and Couches of the Karpen 1,,'
A. C. L. depot to give her the warmglad
Mr. T. S. Williams of Tifton. Ga.. is _'{ hand.XHer host of "Ocala friends: make at greatly reduced prices. We cordially invite you to inspect the wonderful values we are able to offer fin

in the city today. Mm. Clifford L. Anderson, of Roanoke will be pleased' to hear of her presence. these high grade goods. '

Va., arrived in the city Sunday for and excellent health.
Mr. C. W. Joseph of Clearwater was ,
r a few weks' Visit to her
parents. Major -
in the city today. J Oca.l FU1"11i 1:1--.re
a C01'll.pany
'I and Mrs. LT T. Izlar, on Carolina The banks of the city will be closed ,

I Heights. ._ _, -"' sWATCH Wednesday, February 22, on account of
Pure fresh milk and cream at the
-
Washington's birthday. ,
Fort King Dairy. f
LOST-On streets of Ocalaa 3 TWO YOUNG MENDROWNED

The best hot chocolate ana whipped Waltham watch, works No. 10,992.- $100 REWARD, $100 IN LAKE LEVY PATRONIZE YOUR hOME MERCHANTS '

cream at Taylor's. 199; size. 16: case, gold filled No. .,080715. ,- jjosasuflvfflth&E I

Finder will be rewarded by returning The leaders of this paper will be Micanopy. Fla., Feb. 20.-John Deanof

The Ocala Wood Yard supplies woodIn to "Ed's Place" or this office. ples.sed to learn that there is at least I Anderson, S. C., and Roy Emersonof AND BUY THEPIANO '

any length. Phone 32. one dreaded disease that science has Tacoma, were out fishing in Levy

W": P. Edwards butchered last week beer Vile to cure in all Its stages, and I lake yesterday, when the boat capsized. -

The Fort King Dairy sells nothingbut placed in cold storage for a few days that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis Both were drowned.
BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BEST
pure milk and cream. and put on sale Saturday as fine a the only positive cure now knownto Dean's body will be sent to Andersonfor
IN THE LAND FOR THE MONEY!
Florida raised, bean fed beef as has the medical fraternity. Catarrh being i I interment
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE
The Fert King Dairy is now the been seen in the city in many a day. a constitutional disease, requires a
"SUNNY JIM" SHOE AND INSISTON
leading dairy around town. constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca- There is considerable doing among
GETTING IT.
FOR SALE-The New York Herald, tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting the aspirants for city clerk, as we understand -

Mr. C. J. Sttne of OsceoU Mill, Pa., Daily and Sunday, on sale at the Ocala directly upon the blood and mucous the city council will elect one

Is a guest of the Club House. House news stand. All the latest news sirfaces of the system, thereby destroying THE EPWORTH LEAGUE tomorrow night as successor to Mr. E.

from everywhere.Joe ; the foundation of the disease, .-- K. Nelson, who has tendered his resig-

Finest line of ladies' handbags in the and riving the patient strength by I The Ocala Epworth League meets nation. There are four or five candi- I

city. Prices right at Burnett's. Whisenant, one of the deeply l interested but ding up the constitution and assist I every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. dates.G. .

school trustees of the Bellei i ing nature in doing its work. The proprietors Everyone is cordially invited, strangers
:
WANTED good cook for small view school, was in the city Saturdayand I have so much faith in the curative ,especially. The meetings are well attended C. Morse of New York is ill at

family. Apply at the Star office. attended the teachers' meeting. powers that they offer One Hun and very helpful and interest- the Montezuma with asthma, and Mrs.

dred Dollars for any case that It fails Ing. The meeting yesterday afternoonwas I Burnside, the trained nurse, is waiting

Mr. George MacKay is rebuilding his Every kind of farm and garden Im- to cure. Send for list of testimonials. very interesting. The leader was on him.C. .

barn that was destroyed by fire. plement, cane mills, woven and barbed Address F. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, Mr. Royal Cole. The young people TERMS TO SUIT THE PORKER
seem to be taking some interest in the >
wire fencing. Marion Hardware Co. I I Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c TakeIIall's II. Dame spent Sunday at home,
II meetings, and this is what we like to ,
i I I '
Typewriter desks from $7.50 to $I! Family Pills for constipation. but returned to Crystal River today,

each at the Ocala Furniture Company. Miss Gladys Drake, the attractive I see. Our officers are: President, Mr.\,where he is organizing a lodge of the We are now prepared to do tuning and

little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mr. J. K. Wilson has accepted a I F. O. Reagan; first vice president, Mr. Woodmen of the World. ,

The Misses Yates of Anthony werf Drake, gave a children's party Saturday i sition with the Moline Jewelry pO-I 10. C. Tigner; second vice president Dr. repairing on short notice.

afternoon from 3 to 5 in compli- pany of Moline, Ills., to travel Florida A. L. Izlar; third vice president, Mrs.G. Malto Iron Tonic, the blood enricner,
I
yesterday.; ment to Miss territory.DaviffSoothbo. L. Taylor; fourth vice president
>Margaret Murray, of Toronto for a spring tonic, at the AntiMonopoly -

Canada, who, with her mother, ; Mrs. Ella Ervine; secretary, Mr. A. W. Drugstore.Mr. .

Fort King Dairy Is just one mile I Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. G, 1 Bridges; treasurer, Miss Edith Bach- I OCALA MUSIC CO.
.
from the court house on Fort King Bright, on South Second street. A elder. Very respectfully L. W. Jackson, who has been seriously -
Dr. L. F. Blalock, Reporter.
enue.P. av-I umber of interesting games were ill at the Montezuma, has, suf- ]

played and the children spent a very 'fi ncienuy recovered to take a trip to

R. Root, the well known civil engineer pleasant afternoon. Rev. R. B. Templeton left today for :South Florida. He will return to Ocala

of Sarasota, is at the Monte- Rich Hill, Mo., at which place he will ,]next month. Mrs. Jackson accompanied HATS OFF H

zuma. Parke's Gold Camel Tea will be foundas conduct a series of meetings, at the .'1 him.

good as any tea on the market, and Methodist church. Mrs. Templeton

Why pay more than 60 cents per we think a little better than the aver ROOM 12 P. 0. BLOCK and children will remain at the Club Messrs. Mclver & MacKay will shortly to the superb line of vehicles now on

pound for the best candles? See Tay- age. H. B. Masters. House until his return to Florida.Mr. I begin the erection of a big modern display in our salesrooms! Everything r ,

lor's line. that modern ingenuity has devised for
phosphate plant for the Cummer Lum- .
Miss Johnnie/Liddon has been chosen OCALA FLORIDA E. J. House and Mr. A. B. Royalof ber Company at ewberr)". comfort, for style, for beauty, goes into '

Born yesterday afternoon at 5:20: to I maid of honor of the Confederate Leroy with the Clark, Ray, Johnson these carriages, stanhopes, surreys,

Mr. and Mrs. Lanier Robertson, a fine veterans of Florida and will accompany Co., were in the city today. Mr. House Mrs. R. R. Whittington of Fleming- runabouts, drays, harnes sand lap

baby boy. them fo Louisiana at the reunion subscribed for the Star. I ton robes. Manufacturers have things J
was in the city this morning, accompanied 1'down
In June. Miss Violet Harris is spon j by Mr. I. Whittington. Mr. so fine these days that prices are

The Fort King Dairy will deliver I sor.. REAL ESTATE Mr. Oscar Hunter brother of H. R'I|and :Mrs.: R. R. Whittington have moved away down. :May: we show you the latest t R

milk or cream to any part of the city LOANSINVESTMENTS Hunter, of this city; is a new subscriber : from Flemington to Mr. S. H. Gaits- ? /

before breakfast. I The county judge issued a marriage I to the Star. Mr. Hunter is at Pinar kill'_s stock farm, near Orange Lake,

license today for :Mr.: James B. Devore del Rio Cuba, where he went soon after I of which Mr. W. has become manager. S. A. STANDLEY &, CO. ..

W. J. Beaman has returned to the and Miss Lila W. Yongue of Fairfield. the Spanish-American y.- war.

city after a three weeks' business visit
J. P. Havird, who until quite recently -
to South Florida points. Wood, green or dry, pine, oak or mix- FOR SALE 20 thoroughbred Berk- was in charge of :Mr.: Gaitsfill's -

'ed. 50c. and $1 per load. .Ocala: Wood Phosphate Lands a SpecialtyI shire hogs, sows, boars and pigs. Will stock farm near Orange Lake,

Start the day right by drinking Yard. sell all together or any number. Apply -
has of the businessof
the'I'I I now charge logging
best coffee. White House is the .
at once to L. L. Harvey, Fairfield, _
i section.Mr. .
have the following properties In' Lester's mill, in the Daisy
"The House That Treats You Right"Mr.
:Messrs.: Lou Green and W. K. Ze- Fla. Havird and family now reside in
Ocala and vicinity for sale:
wadski were entertaining General Bul- Anthony. +
and Mrs. D. B. Blackburn of Lave I 1. House and lot on Oklawaha avenue P1S' '
lock this afternoon, reading opinions as Dr. Izlar has returned from a pro-
Oak are spending a few days in Ocala, between the residences of Dr. .
to what constituted an agent, and the fessional visit to Illinois, where he wentto SUICIDE PREVENTEDThe
en route to Cuba on an extended bridal Tidings and Mrs. Howse; lately vacated -
power vested in him. 1t is an attempton convey Miss King, his patient, to
tour. by Dr. W. V. Newsom. startling announcement that a
the part of Attorney Green to makea that point but who died ere they reached -
preventive of suicide has been discov-
prominent citizen of Marion county 2. Two-story house on South Orange I Atlanta.
We have Just opened up and have on ered will interest many. A run down 1
pay for an article he never ordered street, belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin
display one of the handsomest lines ot system, or despondency invariably precede -
and next door to residence of D. S.
and never got, said the Honorable We carry the finest and most complete -
rugs and art squares ever shown in the I suicide and something has beeu
"Zee." What will be the court's decision Woodrow line of soaps, perfumes and toi- i
! city. Mciver & MacKay. I found that will prevent that condition
time will develop.A let articles in the city. Tidings and
3. All of block 22, Caldwell's addition which makes suicide likely. At the

to Ocala (one acre) being the Co.
Souvenir Cards at the Postofflce first thought of self destruction take _
t -
new and pretty line of baby carriages -
north of Mr. J.
property immediately
Drugstore. Electric Bitters. It being a great ton-
; and go-carts just received at R. Moorhead's home. I Rev. H. W. Little of Grace Epis- ic and nervine it will strengthen the Just received a carload of Old Hickory Wagons, the best on the market .
:Mclver: & :MacKay's.:
5. The Lewis Plater workshop on copal church preached a very excellent nerves and build up the system. It is for the least money.. Also a full line of General Hardware. Give ua a call

--OURCLEANSWEEP- Justice Waid held inquest! over the South Second street. words sermon found yesterday in the morning 8th verse from and 20th the I I also regulator.a great Stomach Only 50c.. Liver Satisfaction and Kidney I inspect the goods and the price will do the rest. T. W. SMITH & CO.

remains of a prematurely born child I 6. The Campbello! Plantation, 2% chapter of Matthew. The able sermon guaranteed by the Anti-Monopoly: Hardware Dealers Ocala Fla.

SALE yesterday, found back of the Buffum miles southeast of town, consisting of was greatly appreciated.The -- .
Drugstore. ---- -
quarters.Mr. 75 acres of cleared and fenced land, "

and 165 acres of mixed oak, hickory and
-
members of the Ocala German -
FOR PALE-600 feet of second-hand I am j
IS NOW ON. :: B. D. London, a Tennessee youth, i pine land of first quality; 6-room Club will give their terpsichorean social 1-inch black piping.Vill sell for best i
who has been visiting friends at Citra house; outhouses, cisterns, etc. This iI inREAL
I at Tonga's hall Wednesday night, .
price I am offeml f. o- b. her Apply I ESTATE BUSINESS
I was in the city today, and visited Silver I property is right on the A. C. L. R. R., February :22.:: in honor of Washington'sbirthday I .
iat once to 1... L. H. Fairfield, Fla _
Springs, with which he was greatly and has a fine deposit of lime on it. All interested please make I i

BIG BARGAINSTo pleased. 7: The Rogers place on the south- note of the same and act accordingly. I

west edge of town, consisting of two- I TO STAY

/ Our Customers Has ANOTHER CASE OF RHEUMATISMCured story house and SO acres of land. WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD !J.McNealyOfHce I I And if you have anything in this line to sell NOW IS THE '
by Chamberlain's Pain Balm
Always Been Our Motto. 8. The Wade Hoard property, con- i The first action when you have a cold! No 12 Ft. King Ave.

The efLicacy of Chamberlain's Pain sisting of small house and lot due should be to relieve the lungs. This is I j Postoffice Box 682::> I TIME to list it with F. W. DITTO. <

Halm in the relief of rheumatism is being south of D. E. Mclver's residence. best accomplished by the free use of i ii '
i -
I demonstrated daily. Parker Trip- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This
NEW GOODS 9. :!' of land S. 10th St. .
2H acres on .
lett of Grigsby. Va.. says that Chamberlain's remedy liquifies the tough mucous CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
adjoining property of J. M. MeJTert i Call; On Ditto '
; 1 : :
ARRIVING DAILY. .I r s :i Pain Balm Y gave him perma- suitable for subdividing- lots; i and causes its expulsion from the air I .

.. n.ptrelief from 'rheumatism in the cells of the lungs, produces a free expectoration -
known as the Gamble place. Cabinet Work a Specialty
..
bck'when .
.
: everything else failed, and *" ., and opens the secretions.
Successor to Sternfcerger &. Phillips. -
he would not be without it. For sale 10. 70x140 foot lot o& Wenona. St. complete cere soon follows. Sold bjTofHce Careful Attention Given to NonResident !* .

THE BOSTON STORE by the Postoffice!' Drugstore next door to residence of R. G. Blake Drugstore. Properties. :2015! Xorth Main St. OCALA, FLORIDAI






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PAGE TWO OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1905

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I I(over 200 years ago, and ever since the
EVENINGSTAR "THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT" system has prevailed growing more HOUSE FURNISHINGS

rigid in its enforcement the compul-

C. L BITTINGER & CO. sory law going into effect in 1780. He

referred to the fact of the Pilgrim fath-

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll ers briftging over the idea of the edu-
Proprietors and Publisher GROCERIES cation of all thhe people, and thought Our stock of Furniture and House Furnishing

they got the idea from the Hollanders.The .

C. L BITTINGER- *. colony of Massachusetts inaugur- Goods is second to none in the StateEVERY
ated the public school system In 166,1
Editor and General Manager.R. We have lately enlarged our grocery departmentand
and in Connecticut in 1683 a compul-
we are now in a better position than ever rory law was passed by the select men
R. CARROLL, KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATNESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,
to take of trade. Our stock is clean cf those times. If parents failed to
City Editor and Business ManagerA care your TINGS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE AND PORTIERE SADDLES, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY
send their children to school the au-
and up-to-date, and we think as good as any CURTAINS, SCREENS, ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CARRIAGE FOR ANY PURPOSE.;
thorities took the children from them,
SPREADS, SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES LUBRICATING OILS,
DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT that you will find in any place. We would like sent them to school and taught themto
LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,
to have you give us a trial and are sure that if read the scriptures and the laws of POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANG- BRICK, SHINGLES, CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MACHINERY -
Saturday afternoon young Tom Les- the colonies. He said this scriptural
do will be than pleased. Thereis ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR OF ALL KINDS.
ter McDonald, the sixteen-year-old: you you more instruction then in vogue in the Old

son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert :McDonald, nothing to lose, but everything to be gained. Bay State was in strong contrast "

r of from Grahamvtlle.which he died met a with short an time accident later. Give us a trial and Great with the Britain teaching adopted methods compulsory of today.education Deep well drilling, contracting and building of ail kinds done

Mr. McDonald had been to Ocala between 1S60 and 1870. The mikado 1 I under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates -
of it WHAT WE CAN DO !
with a barrel of syrup, disposed .SEE of Japan insists there shall be no .

and was returning home. He drovea town in his kingdom with an ignorant on anything you need.

young, partly broken colt attachedto .', family, and no family with an ignorant
a light spring wagon. The young member. North Dakota was the first

man was eating a lunch when near H. B. MASTERS state in the Union that passed a com- MGIVERQ& MACKAY t

Silver Springs and the lines were lyingIn pulsory education law-In 1889. Other

his lap. The Richeys' public auto- Ocala Fla states followed until, as stated such a

mobile came meeting- him from the law existed in thirty-two state of the OCALA = = LRIt.A:

springs, loaded with tourists. The colt forty-five in the Union. He had letters .,'

became frightened and dashed off to from the best known educators of the
MARION COUNTY TEACHERSSome both ignorance and vice, education of
the right of the road, and almost Immediately land, advocating compulsory education.He .
heart and head was the panacea. He
collided with a stump, demolishing said this system of compulsory edu-
of the Thoughts as Expressed atSaturday's said in the South the great fear in the
the wagon and throwing Tom cation was not found in the South. He 't t
educational problem was the expense TO THE
MeetingIn
out. The young man struck the stump thought that North Carolina, for a year,
connected with the education of the
and was terribly bruised on the face the presentation of the thoughtsof during reconstruction times, had sucha
negro. If there was any virtue in any
and body, but no bones were broken. the educators who spoke at the armory law. The legislature of Missouri In
form of education, and it was concededby
He was brought to town immediatelyand Saturday, we do not pretend\ to 1901, passed a compulsory educationallaw '
every enlightened nation that there
carried to the hospital. Dr. Walter use their exact diction, for it 'n s. but the governor vetoed it. TRADE
was then let the negro have it. The
Hood saw at once that the boy was chaste, strong and impressive, but the While no Southern state had a compul-
matter of financial inability was a
dying, though he was semi-conscious, trend: of their speeches and the scopeof sory educational", an exception was
myth. Why, there was not a teacher
and told the doctor the above facts in their intelligent and forceful ideas. found in the city of Baltimore, and in
present whose wallet was not lined Our prices are figured on the very
his lucid moments. Dr. Hood adminis- Professor Selden favored a compul- two counties in Maryland. A move-
with from 15 to :20 cents and a few '
tered stimulants to revive him, but he sory school law. He said such a law ment is now on foot to pass such a law lowest cash basis, and under no cir
pedagogues who had as much as 25 L'Ias
died at 5:10. Doctors Newsom and existed in thirty-two states of the Un- in South Carolina; also the agitation cumstances will we ship goods C. 0. D.,
cents! The matter of expense should 1
Powers were also present and gave all ion, but in some places it seemed to not count when the benefits accruingto 'I of the question in Mississippi, Georgiaand the express company will only take '

the assistance that was possible. Dr. have little effect on the attendance. Of the individual and the state were Florida. Generally speaking, in the whiskey at owner's risk, and open. The '_ V I_
Hood says the boy was terribly injured the whole school population only 68& setting in front of any great reform,
considered. laws: will not allow them to ship liquorsC.
internally, and he thinks the greatest per; cent. were enrolled and only about policies intended for the betterment of
0. D. We will accept express orders, )
Injury was to the liver. The young 40 per cent of that percentage were Mr. Martin may have had strong the people, they were crude and often
postoffice money orders, one and two- _
man's mother and sister came in Sun- present, and that in consequence the symptoms: of "stage fright" when he inefficient but time corrected these, and
cent stamps and checks on parties we -
day morning, and the body was takento inefficiency of the law. lie was a firm took the floor, but they soon vanishedand the thought, immature and defective at
know are 0. K, eW buy for cash and __ -
Grahamville and buried in the af- believer in such a law. He did not believe he made one of the best talks of first, but possessing the germs of great L-_ -_ <. -. .:
sell for cash, thereby giving our cus -
ternoon. in leaving the enforcement of the the day, and was rewarded with liberal good, so appealed to the judgment of
tomers the benefit of ba daccounts.
The accident is greatly deplored. He law with the school board; that the applause.In the people they became laws. The exception -

was a bright and promising young man. law should be so formed that where the absence of Mr. O. M. Tillmanof to this rule is when Jesus appealed -

The Star extends sympathy to the bereaved counties did not enforce it to deprive Reddick, Dr. Sledd'was asked to take to the people and they would October 1903 we
pore- -
parents. such counties from state aid in their his place, which he kindly consented to not credit him, though he proclaimedthe

educational work. If left to people of do, to the delight and edification of his grandest system of material, moral chased the oldest Saloon

:Mrs. J. P. Havard of Anthony had a the home school officers were loth to hearers. He said he had studied the and spiritual ethics ever voiced to the
Business Florida
fright the other night. She left her act, fearing the displeasure of friends compulsory features for three years world. At first rejected, spurned and in ,
A -
two-year-old child in the room, gaveit and patrons. He said irregularity of and felt confident it was the correct spat upon, but now exalted and glori-
The McGrath PlaceSince
something to eat and went into the attendance was of the greatest annoyance phase of the solution. Plato said: fied. And now that this system has

yard to attend to some work. She to the teacher; demoralizes the "Have all the children go to school; the been so largely incorporated into the

thought the child was perfectly safe, whole school; retards classes. Xo one education of the child was for the ben- laws of a majority of the states of the that time we have rearranged

as the fire on the hearth had gone out. knows better than the teachers how efit of all." He quoted several weighty Union the burden of proof is on the everything, and made it one of the most

While the mother was in the yard a detrimental to pupil and school is irregular ancient authorities, among them "Jesusof minority that compulsory education is attractive places' in Ocala. .We have 12 ____________$ .

negro, who had come into the house, attendance. If this same habitof Gimble," who made it an offense to not a desirable system. Again instanced added a large bottle business to it, as 4 t-.: 5.00
quar ------------
saw the child in the room with its irregular attendance was applied to live in a place that had no school. Jerusalem that the majority of the leading nations well as a first class Cafe and Private
I 1 quart ____________ 1.50
clothes afire, and instead of runningto all other business, what would be the was destroyed because it had of earth endorse and enforce compulsory Dining Rooms. We carry everything

the child's rescue, ran into the yard result in the business world? Chaos no schools. He said Prussia had the education, namely, Great Britain good to eat and drink, and if you will

and informed the mother, who found would soon exist. Regular attendancehas I honor of inaugurating a school systemR. Germany. France and Japan. Why call on us when in Ocala we will do

the child in time to save it slife. Its much to do with the habits of the this move; is it a folly? Surely not, all in our power to please you and

clothes were burned off and the child's child. It meant more than words can when Germany expends $100,000,000 a make you feel like you are welcome.
D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK
back was badly blistered, but not fa- express to its future life. Some who year for compulsory education, Eng- Call and see us.

tally. It seems the child had crawledto oppose compulsory attendance say to FULLER & BLALOCK land, $80,000,000; France, $50,000,000. Is r

the hearth where its clothes came make the school room so attractive that all this for silly sentiment? No, but to We are with you

in contact with the coals. children cannot be kept away. This DENTAL SURGEONSOffices guarantee prosperity, create a better ,I, ,

was too ideal a conception, for there are citizenship and to extend its progress. "
over Munroe & Chambliss Bank when it comes to
The Charles King Dramatic Companywill too many indifferent parents and reluc- Educations pays, financially; (did not h' Ile II

exhibit in Ocala within the next tant pupils who could not and would OCALA, FLA. speak in this sense of higher educa-

few weeks. Mr. King played a week's not appreciate the worth of schooling Terms CashJ. tion); pays in labor and results; that

engagement here several years ago. He unless made to see it by compulsion. If the wonderful material prosperity of GROCERIESThey

is one of the best comedians who ever there were no evils there would be no this country was owing to the intelli-

raised a laugh in the Marion opera laws to restrain, and command compliance E. CHACE, gence of-its people, without it couldno

house. Another old friend of ours who to them, for the benefit of society. have been, but that intelligence was '

has often played in Ocala, Jack Core, Many country schools are often com- DENTAL SURGEONOffice carried into every field of industrial I l'/uf'- I Ii I1 ( are always fresh, and

is with the company. pelled to close for the want of a suffi- upstairs, Commercial Bank activity and the results spoke for them- C

cient number of pupils to keep up the Building, Ocala, Florida. selves. With the experience of the past, i I hl our prices generally a little

Governor Broward and wife will attend legal requirements, hence the great injustice and the good results flowing from it, ,

the Washington's birthday ball, done by one absent child to ten TERMS CASH why not have a compulsory law in i lower when quality is con

to be given at the Tampa Bay Hotel, i who desire to go to school. People Florida? 1

Wednesday night. must be intelligent to perpetuate gov- The "HUB" Shoe Professor Green of Belleview showedthe sidered.

ernment. Despotism begins where power of good teaching; that a -

The Ocala Music Company has secured government and laws cease. The best child, under proper instruction, grow-

the services of Mr. W. C. Atkins, form of government is republican, ing into true manhood and womanhood, 4 Market price paid for country tiA

a thoroughly experienced man, to rep- hence the necessity of schools. He had a value that could not be computed -

resent this popular firm on the road. stated the causes that led to the decline N by money hence taxation can and produce of all kinds.
: N tortiG I
Mr. Atkins is also a piano tuner of and fall of past nations-want of an will be borne for this cause. He did

many years' experience, and any orders educational appreciation of the privi- not have a high regard for a teacher = f Prompt attention given to orders -

sent him in care of the Ocala Music leges and worth of their government.The o y who could not progress in his or her -

Company will receive prompt atten- most important question to the .w h certificate grade, and those who did \ ., r by mail.

tion. state and nation was the efficiency of THIS BRAND ON A SHOE MEANS not advance should be retired, thoughhe

our public schools. Xo talent is too SOMETHING! IF YOU WANT THE admitted it was not always the per- Pi7

Mr. L. L. Wells and wife of Kulon, great for the promotion of this work BEST FOR YOUR MONEY CALL son who held the highest certificate

near Trilby, were in the city this morn- and pay should be in proportion to efficiency FOR "THE HUB. that proved the most efficient teacher. We keep on hand! at all times the largest

ing, guests of the Montezuma. Mr. W. and results. lie illustratedthis Our school board should be composedof
stock of Whiskies Wines and ButsCARMICHAEL'S
is a leading turpentine operator In has idea beautifully and impressivelyby thoroughly educated men of such s. ,

section, and was in town on impor- relating in glowing words the life We Brag high character and noble generous impulses in Florida, and do the largest mail order

tant business matters. He made the of the Greek sculptor, Phidias who to serve if necessary without the SPECIAL
b isiness. This business has grown
Star an appreciated call. chiseled the perfect figure; so, in our I $2 a day compensation.Dr. PURE 7 YEAR OLD RYE.

school rooms, have the finished, perfect On Our Butter For, and It's Have Good a Right to, Sledd, in his lecture on "Libertyand The best medium grade Whiskey on earth steadily by fair treatment, good goods,

Ocala Fla.. Feb. 20. 1905. preceptor and turn out perfect pupils, Letters." referred to the interest and prices that quality alone govern. If
Editor Star-Please allow me spacein so that they, in growing to the estateof Washington and Jefferson took in edu- 4 full qts., delivered, 325. 2 full qts., delivered
Have a Shipment of Rice That the Best liquor we have it from GOOD
your columns to say that to my great responsibility, would perform their Can cation, and their desire to see a system $_.oo. I qt $LOO. you wan ,
Money BuyA
surprise I learned this morning that duties as intelligent and conscientious of education which all could profit Pints, 5oc. Half pints, 25c. to the very BEST ever distilled.

some designing person (or persons) is persons, which will create an enlightened New Lot of Pickles, Olives, Sweet by. This nation was in no danger

trying to create among some of the and appreciative citizenship and and Sour Onions, Mustard, Chow from outside encroachments. Its safety ,

white people the impression that I am make a contented and happy govern- Chow, Etc. lay in an intelligent and consecrated

trying to foment strife and stir up antagonism ment. ballot, and the way he scored the time THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO5

between the races. Such a Emanuel H. Martin followed Professor server and machine boss was as refresh-

thing has never entered my mind, and Selden, and as previously reportedin 0 E GROCERYCLARK ing as the atmospheric conditions outside -

word deed, To teach the that the bribe-
never by thought, or publicly made such genuinely humorous voter
the Star a
nor privately, would I be a partyto address that he set the audi- I taker was worse than the tempter. Ignorance Opposite A. C. L. Depot and West of Square.

such a thing. My position in mattersof ence in a whirl of laughter in describ- BROS. Props. and vice is our greatest dan-

that kind is too well known by the ing the causes of non-attendance. He ger. Stullify the mind, degrade the OCALA FLORIDA

white citizens here for a rumor of that said if it thundered in the morning it heart if you want your government to I

kind to get a single believer, for, on was a day lost; if thunder and light- Phone J74. recede and fall from the map of the --

the other hand, I have always advocated ning, two days' absence; if both, with world. .
the kindliest feelings and most cor- rain, it meant a week's absence. Then NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY I Miss Belle CaverhSll of Toronto, Can I = ,
arrived in the city Sunday, and
ada
the in THE SUNSHINE OF SPRINGThe
dial relationship between races when it came Monday morning again
will the balance of the winter at
the South. Hoping that this will set if clouds appeared in the horizon it spend PARIAN PAINT

at rest anything calculated to place me I took "Bill." who had absented himselffor MoIVER & MAoKAY salve that cures without a scar the Club House.

in a false light before the public, I beg a week for the causes stated, another is DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Cuts,

to remain Respectfully week to convalesce. Because of Burns, Boils Bruises and Piles disappear Blue Ribbon Oats are not inferior to
Guaranteed Weatherproof
D. H. Brown. such absence, "Bill" or "Sal" fell behind FUNERAL DIRECTORS before the use of this salve as any breakfast food that you can find, _

While we know nothing of these rumors The teacher complained, and snow does before the sunshine of and you might try a package and see

from what w e know of Dr. Brownwe then the mother of "Bill" or "Sal" appeared UNDERTAKERSand spring. Miss II. M. Middleton. Thebes what they will do for you. H. B. Mas-

feel assured those circulating them and wanted to know why it Ill. says: "I was seriously afflicted witha ters. Investigate Before Buying

are misinformed or desire to do him a I was her child had been "reduced," and fever sore that was very painful.
EMBALMERS
grave injustice. His card speaks for forthwith the pedagogue received "a DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured me Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice .
itself. in I less than a week." Get the genuine. -0Sternfaerger -
piece of her mind or, more properly! Drugstore.
Fine Caskets --- -
Sold all druggists. -
by -
speaking, "a little hellfire. He then
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We carry the best line of grocerieson took up seriously! the compulsory fea- -- --' & Phillips
the market, and if you have not tried ture. Said he believed in it; it was and Burial RobesAll Watches for ladies and gentlemen, :'Woo dma.rr.' .. -' (

"Our Family" brand of preserves it is necessary. Ignorance and vice go handin from $1.50 to $70 each. A big line to ... ...-- 1----

time that you did. "The House That hand. If a law against evil is good, Work Done by Licensed Embalmers select from. A. E. Burnett, the Jew- uncon of all kinds for all fire- 1 Ocala, Florida

Treats You Right. so is it against ignorance. To dispel and Full Guaranteed: eler and Watchmaker \at the Marion Hardware Co. .







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SENATE TIRED OF SIAYNE LIQUOR HABITPermanently : THE'-'COLORED' PEOPLES


; HARDWARE!IWe APPLETINEA Cured RESTAURANT r- DEPARTMENT

Important Business of the Whole
Cure for Drunkenness.Trial -
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Country Retarded by This Caseof Treatment and Directions Sent .l(. First Class Meals Rev. J. E..JUKeler, EdfUr. <
Partisan Politics
full and complete line of
a :
carry Postpaid Upon Receipt of $L .

Washington, Feb. 20.-The Senate is Full Treatment $3. Wanted-A first class good and reliable -

:HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS growing Impeachment heartily trial.tired Witness of the after Swayna wit-: GREAT NORTH AMERICAN CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES cook. Call at the Star office.

MANUFACTURING CO.
ness has been on the stand in the long Can at the Mack House. for comfor-

Stoves. Heaters and: Ranges. Every Kind of days the tedious affair has been before 1083 Gates Ave. Brooklyn. N. Y. table lodging and first class meals.

the Senate and the dignified fathers of Oysters in All Styles.Dining West Broadway.

I WIRE FENCING the nation feel the restraint imposed .CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITEDVia .
Entertainment Monday night at Odd
upon them by the necessity of listening
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Fellows' HalL Tompkin sand Jones*
to these witnesses and the droning of
Room until Personal
PHOSPHATE open midnight. managers. Invited.
the lawyers in the cross examination. Only solid Pullman train with observation -
attention given to special orders anythingthe
TURPENTINE "I'm tired of the whole thing, and and library cars from Floridato 2500 sound cypress shingles' In good
market offers for the table
will be glad when it's over," is the St. Louis, Chicago the West and prepared on shape, carefully removed, and will

and MILL common sentiment heard on both sidesof Northwest with much, quicker time short notice. make a good waterproof roof. '.Price,

the chamber. than on any other line. All meals in $2.50 for the lot. Apply at once at this

Sash Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds. Then again, the trial seriously inter- dining car; service a la carte. Finest Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar office.
,
feres with the regular business of the dining car service in the South.

Senate which is already congested to Leave St. Augustine daily 8 a. m. 'Hot soda apparatus at the Red
Skilled Cooks Attentive Walters and Choice Viands.
This is (he Tool Cross Pharmacy. West Broadway
the point of a standstill Every after- Leave Jacksonville daily 9:30 a. m.

noon at 2 o'clock the discussion of the Arrive Chicago next day 4:30 p. m. Special Price to Regular Boarders where you can get hot lemonade ginger -

-FOR- great annual appropriation bills mostof Arrive St. Louis next day. 1:36 p. m. chocolate bouillon coffee etc. Er-

,- which are yet to be acted upon by Also through Pullman drawing room erything Is In first class order. Holiday
THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt Call and
prices. satisfy yourself.
Fall and the Senate although the session has sleeping cars daily from Jacksonvilleon
Spring Crops A. C. L. 8:05 Train to Birmingham -
but two working weeks before it, must p. m.
A. W. Walker, the world champion
come to a stop and the remainder of Nashville Evansville, St
:McGra: th's Stand sharer and hair cutter. Try his keen
Louis, Chicago, S. A. L., 8:55 a. m..
the day is given over to the impeach on razors hair clippers and scissors and

will be train to Pensacola, Mobile and New
We pleased ment trial. be convinced of his superior skill. Ra-

It is believed the trial will be con- Orleans.
honed and concaved in all
zors style
to see at al
you cluded some time this week. The testimony If best service is desired ask for i
Call at No. 115 N. Magnolia street,
times. is about all in and the argu- tickets via L. & N. Atlantic Coast LineTHROUGH next S. A. L i zd

ments of the House managers and the For rates, Pullman reservations, etc.,

MARION HKRDWKRE CO Swayne counsel will not consume more call on or write Geo. E. Herring, Fla. -L. Green the tonsorial artist and

than two or three days, it is believed. Pass Agt., 206 W. Bay St., Jackson- lightning shaver. My razor shave soft

SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacDUFF. ville, Fla. I CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA and sweet and my hair-cut is the bestI

FAILEDAll have two of the finest chairs that turn

I CONNECTIONS Razors fixed in all styles.
PERFECT CONFIDENCEWhere every way.
efforts have failed to find a better -
Call and be convinced. West Broadway -
Announcement! remedy for coughs colds and lung there used to be a feeling of
Millinery TO THE EAST Over Its own rails to Savannan, Charleston. Richmond. next to A. Smith.
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar. uneasiness and worry in the household
All Rail and Washington the nee via Pennsylvania Ry.
It stops the cough, heals the lungs and when a child showed symptoms of 'Call at the Vienna bakery the only

I will sell out my entire stock of fine Millinery during the next prevents serious results from a cold.J. croup, there Is now perfect confidence.This colored bakery In the city. Full line
TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and DIxie
thirty days, or open for business the most elegant line of N. Patterson, Nashua, la., writes: is owing to the uniform success of Flyer route via Atlanta. of bread, genuine French loaf twist

"Last winter I ha da bad cold on my Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the cakes, pies rolls, etc. All special orders ,

lungs and tried at least half a dozen treatment of that disease. Mrs. M. I.Bastord. filled with dispatch and promptness. -
Paris Importations For Easterever TO THE EAST Via Say. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphiaand
advertised cough medicines and had of Poolesville, Md., in speak- Also a full line of choice family
Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington.
treatment from two physicians without ing of her experience in the use of groceries. J. J. Marshall 30 West
seen in the South. Style perfect; prices the lowest, and shall Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
geting ar-y benefit A friend recom- that remedy says: "I have a world of Broadway; Mitchell block.
continue to offer business for sale thereatter. But I must sell Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel-
my
mended Foley's Honey and Tar and confidence in Chamberlain's Cough
hats for taster if I am still in the business. I want to sell out, but Steamship phia.
two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I Remedy for I have used it with perfect NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
will sell hats instead, if I can't help it, and will sell them
consider it the greatest cough and lung child, Garland, is sub-
.. success. My KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
medicine in the world.: Sol dby the ject to severe attacks of croup and it ter 4883. Laws of Florida.

So Cheap For My Usual Elegant Goods) Postoffice Drugstore. always gives him prompt relief." For Route of the celebrated trains, New York & Florida Special Florida and Notice is hereby given that J. O. High-

sale by the Postoffice Drugstore. West Indian Limited. Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. lower, purchaser of tax certificate No.

It.Will Give the Country a Treat and the Ladies a SILVER SPRINGS HOTELis Quickest schedules, superior service. For, Information as to rates schedules 2340, dated the 3rd day of October A.

now open for the reception of guests CHEAP RATES TO MARDI GRAS D. 1898. has filed said certificate in my
Rare Opportunityto etc.. consult the purple folder, or communicate with T. C. White D. P.
and tourists. No more attractive spotIn VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE office and has made application for tax
A., Tampa; W. J. Craig G. P. A..; H. M. Emerson. T. M., Wilmington, N. C.
buy a magnificent hat without an equal in the land, at prices that the state. It is the head of navigation deed to issue In accordance with law.

will prove I want to sell out my business. I will consider an offer to for the Hart Line of Silver Springsand i On account of the Mardi Gras at New Said certificate embraces the following

buy (and sell reasonable) for the next thirty day's.Respectfully Oklawaha river boats. Those landing Orleans, Pensacola and Mobile, the Atlantic Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest described property situated in Marlon

and desirous of spending a day or Coast Line will sell tickets from county, Florida, to-wit: SeK of aw%.
yours Via Chicago and Florida Limited.Solid
a week can be accommodated. The ser- all points on its line in the state of > sec 12, tp IS, r 23. The said land being

vice speaks for itself. Frank Brown, Florida to the above points at rate of assessed at the date of the Issuance
MRS. L T. TOMPKINS vestibule train of Pullman sleeping observation, library dining car
proprietor Brown House Silver one fare, plus 25 cents for the round of such certificate in the name of F. Q.
and catches between St. Augustine and Chicago, via Atlanta, Chattanooga and
Springs, Fla.Souvenir trip. Dates of sale, March 1st to 6th, Brown, Trustee. Unless said certificate
Nashville.
inclusive, final limit to March 11th, but shall be redeemed according to

Cards at the Postoffice March 25 law, tax deed will issue thereon on the
extension can be secured to ,
Leave St. Augustine..F. F. C. Ry... .. ...... ...8:20 a. In.

W. P. EDWARDS Drugstore. 1905. For further information see tick- Arrive Jacksonville.... ........ ......F. E. C. Ry.-- ......9:20 a m. 27th day of February, A. D. 1905.
et communicate with T. C. Witness my official signature and
agents, or Leave Jacksonville..A. C. L. R. R...... ... ... 9:30: a. m.
White D. P. Fla. seal this the 24th day of January, A.I .
At the Market A BIG FISH STORYOf A., Tampa Arrive Tifton..... ... ... ... .......A. C. L R. R...... ... ..... 1:25 p. m.
City ). 1505. S. T. Sistrunk
Leave Tifton... ..... ... ... ... ..G. S. & F. Ry....... ... .....1:30p.m.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marlon Co. Fla-
A SINGER SURPRISEA ,
a New York Man Who Mastered a. Arrive Macon. ... ..... ..... .....G. S. & F. Ry.. ... ......4:15 p. In. .
Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetablesin
Shark With His Bare Hands Leave Macon...... ..... ... ... ....C. of Ga. Ry.. ..... .....4:20 p. m.
in the of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
tremendous drop price Arrive Atlanta.. ... ... ..... ....C. of Ga. Ry..... ...... ..7:00 p. m.Leave .
Season According to a letter from John Cinder machines but in Tax Deed Under Section 8. of Chap
Singer sewing none
Atlanta..W. & A. R. R...... ..... .7:13 p. m.
street commissioner, a shark attacked The $60 machine reduced to ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
quality. i Arrive Chattanooga... .... .... ....W. & A. R. R.... .. .....10:57 p. m.
him while he was bathing in the $48 the $65 machine reducd to $53. Call Notice is hereby given that W. H.
City and Country Trade Solicited ; Leave Chattanooga..N. C. & St. L. Ry. .....10:04 p. m.
surf at Palm Beach, Fla., with Walter at headquarters, the Helvenston- Webb, purchaser of tax certificate No.
Arrive Nashville. .... ...... .....N. C. & St. L Ry. .......3:13 a. m.
Phares and F. P. Holz, also of this city, Blitch-Pasteur Company. L. W. Jack- 719, dated the 4th day of April A. D.
Free Delivery Phone t 2 t. Leave Nashville..L & N. R. R..... .... .. ...3:40 a. m.
says a Trenton, N. J., dispatch in the agent.Everyone. 1898, has filed said certificate in my office
son Arrive Evansville........ ........ ....L & N. R. R..... .... ...8:10 a. m.
\ New York World. and has made application for tax
Leave Evansville... .... .... .....L. & N. R. R..... .. .......8:20: a. m.
Holz and Phares, being expert swim- deed to issue in accordance with law.
Interested Arrive St. Louis... ... ... ...... ...L. & N. R. R.... .. .......1:53 p. m.
mers, made for the shore, but the shark Said certificate embraces the following
The Final Adventuresof Leave Evansville..E. & T. H. R. R..... .....8:20 a. m.
made for Ginder. Seeing he could not In PoultryShould described property situated in Marion
Arrive Terra Haute.... .... .... ...E. & T. H. R. IL..11:45 a. m.
escape, he dived, and seized the shark county, Florida to-wit: Com 70 yds e
call at 81. North Magnolia Leave Terra Haute ... .... ..........C. & E. L R. R.. .... .....11:50 a. m.
Sherlock HolmesNow by the jaw. Being a Hercules in of nw cor of nw4 4 of se%, see I, tp 11.r .
street, and inspect one of the finest in- Arrive Chicago.. ... ... ;..... .... ..C. & E. L R. R. ... .. .....4:30 p. m.
strength he broke the jaw of the shark culators ever put upon the market %%, thence e 70 yds, a 140 yds, w 70

and carried the "maneater" ashore. The yds n 140 yds. The said land being assessed .,
Running in the Positive regulation; even hen temperature This train is the standard of perfection in passenger service. For Pull-

jaw has over seventy teeth. ; no guessing at ventilation or man reservations and other information apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry., at the date of the Issuance of

St. Augustine Atlantl cCoast Line dice 138 W. St. Jacksonville FIa.I such certificate in the name of Jas. R.
,
ATLANTA SUNDAY JOURNAL moisture; clean, pure air for eggs and or Bay ,
Lite. Unless said certificate shall be
"Woodmar.: chicks. This machine is guaranteedto
redeemed according to law, tax deed
hatch every fertile egg placed In its
will issue thereon on the 7th day of
At a Cost of Sixty Cents a Word These Wonderful Stories Were Secured THAT TICKLING IN THE THROATOne care. Incubators and brooders, all
IMPROVED I SERVICE A. D. 1905.
March
.
sizes, furnished on short notice. y
Subscription Price for the Thirteen Sundays Mailed to Any Address!! for 50c. I Witness my official signature and
minute after taking One Minute I
seal this the 1st day of February, A.
No More Romances of the Great Detective Will be Written After These Cough Cure that tickling in the throatis SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY S. T. Siitrunk.
Memphis to Hot Ark. D. 1905.
gone. It acts in the throat, not the Springs,

SUBSCRIBE NOW AND GET THE BENEFIT OF THESE STORIES stomach. Harmless-good for children.A. Special Rates
VIA NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
L Spofford, postmaster at Chester, $21.15-NEW ORLEANS, LA., and re-
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
Mich., says: "Our little girl was unconscious turn. Tickets on sale March 1 to 6,
Notify the Carrier or Local Agent, or Address Laws of Florida.
from strangulation during a inclusive limited to leave New Or- THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM 4i88

THE ATLANTA JOURNAL sudden and terrible attack of croup. leans not later than March 11, except Notice is hereby given that Susanaa

Three doses of One Minute that with Jenkins, purchaser of tax certificateNo.
Circulation Department 10 S. Broad St., Atlanta, Ga. Cough Cure by depositing special
half an hour apart speedily cured her.I agent at New Orleans on or before Morning train leaves Memphis 10 a. m.. reaching Hot Springs 3:45 p. m. 540 dated the 2nd day of Novem-

For Sale at the Ocala News Stands. cannot praise One :Minute Cough Cure March 11, and upon payment of 50 Carries observation, cafe car, Pullman parlor car and day coaches. ber A. D. 1896 has filed said certificate

too much for what it has done in our cents, extension to March 25 may be NIGHT TRAIN in my office and has made applicationfor

family." It always gives relief. Sold obtained. tax deed to issue in accordance

A New Train by all druggists.MILLIONAIRE Leaves Memphis 8:30, reaching Hot Springs next morning. Carries Pullman with law. Said certificate embraces the

TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICEI drawing room sleeper and day coach. following described property situatedIn
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Marion county, Florida, to-wit: Se%'
DIED will be at the
following places
on See that your ticket reads via THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM" from
To Hot Springs Ark. the days and dates stated to receive of se%, sec 13, tp 14, r 20. The Bald
returns -
AT PALM BEACH
Memphis, thereby avoiding change of d epots at that point.
of real and personal property and land being assessed at the date of the

Via the New York, Feb. :20.! -Ne\s was received agricultural reports as the law requires ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES IN EFFECT DAILY Issuance of such certificate in the nameof
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE party unknown. Unless said certificate .
in this city of the death at Palm :
WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE shall be redeemed according to
Beach, Fla., of William H. Parsons the February, 1905

Now leaves Memphis daily at 11:1:1: p. m., operating through chair car and I millionaire paper manufacturer of this Martin, Monday, 13, p. m. Rowland law, tax deed will issue thereon on

sleeping car to Little Rock and Hot Springs. Ark., latter being open for occupancy Lowell, Tuesday, a. m. System S. L. PARROTT Dist Pass. Agt. the 3rd day of March A. D. 1905.

every evening at 5 o'clock. This train also connects at Little Rock city.Mr.: Parsons was taken ill in this city Reddick, Tuesday, 14, p. m. No. 6, N. Pryor St. Atlanta, Ga. Witness my official signature and

Louisiana, Texas and Indian Territory, giving the seal this the 28th day of January, A. D.
for all points Arkansas, : about two months ago with grip w hichdeveloped Fairfield Wednesday, 15. a. m.

'-- Iron Mountain Route three trains daily to the Great Southwest, leaving Memphis into pneumonia and he was Flemington, Wednesday, 15, p. m. 1905. S. T. Sistrunk,

daily at8:50a.m.,8 p. m., and 11:15: p. m. taken South. Central. Thursday 16, a. m. CHEAP RATES TO Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.

AU trains from the Southeast connect with the Iron Mountain Trains at Geiger, Thursday, 16, p. m.

Memphis. For rates maps etc., address, PAPER-SHELL PECANSA McIntosh, Friday, 17. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
California and the NorthwestTHE Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS 'I. E. REHLANDER few more budded and seedling pecans Ocala, IS to 28, inclusive.The .
4888, Laws of Florida.
Traveling Passenger Agent, left at Marion Farms' Nurseries.Now law requires all returns to be

Jan. 13 and 17, Feb. 7 and 21, 34 West 9th St. is the time to plant them.J. made by the first of April and ro NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY -

Mar. 7 and 21. Apr. 4 and 18. CHATTANOOGA, TENN G. Lege, Manager. change can be made after that time. "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE. Notice Is hereby given that R. D McDonald

Alfred Ayer purchaser of tax certificate No.
Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest
SEABOARu AIR LINE RAILWAY Tax Assessor Marion County. 803 dated the 6th day of August A. D.
Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable.
RatesRound 1900 has filed said certificate In my
Special $55.10-Portland. Seattle Vancouver and British Columbia points.
Special Rates office, and has made application for tax
$49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte Anaconda, Missoula and Intermediate
trip colonist rates to Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory U6.90-MOBILE, ALA., and return. IKE TOMPKINS points on the Northern Pacific Railway. deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embrace the following
each first and third Tuesday. Tickets on sale :March 1 to 6, limited ; $4-t.70-San Francisco. Los Angeles San Diego. Benson Phoenix Pres- _

One-way and round trip colonist rates to the West and Northwest returning to March 11. Has a well selected stock of cott. Tuscon. Denver, Colorado Springs, Leadville. Trinidad and Alberquerque. described property situated In Marion

t, One-way colonist rates to California: and the Northwest from March 1 ?13.SO-PENSACOLA, FLA., and re- Fresh Meats oi all kinds. i The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates From county, Florida, to-wit: EH.of ne& and
until May 15, 1905. neK of se%, sec 4, tp 14, r 24. The
turn. Tickets on sale March 1 to 6, All Florida Points
said land being assessed at the date of
Special first class round trip rates to Colorado every day until May 1; inclusive, limited returning to March Vegetables and Greens.
The "DIxie Flyer" Route Is via Tifton Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga. the Issuance of such certificate in the
eturn limit June 1. 1905.
11. Fresh and Salt Water Fish received Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to St Louis name of F. Q. Brown. Unless said certificate
The choice of the two most direct routes and three gate-ways.
$23.95-WAHL'\GTOX.:: D. C., and re- every day. Cedar Key Oysters and Chicago. shall,,be redeemed according to

UNION AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC turn. Tickets on sale March 1, :2 and received dally. Leave your orders I Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m, via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. Jaw tax deed will issue thereon on the

3. limited returning to leave Washington with me. Prompt delivery. } Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. m., via the Atlantic Coast Line By. 18th day of March. A. D. 1905.

Through Pullman tourist cars operated each Monday from Birmingham to not later than March 8. 1 i atop-overs: allowed on these ticket Tickets are on sale March 1 to May Witness my official signature and

San Francisco without change via Montgomery and New Orleans. $11.93-ATLANTA. GA. and return. I I. E, TOMPKINS 15, inclusive, and from September 15 to October SL seal this the 17th day of February. A.

Ask for particulars. J. F. VAN RENSSELAER. G.n. Agt. Tickets on sale :May 14 and 15, limited ... For maps schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker Florida D. 1S05. S. T. Elstrunk.
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13 I'eachtree St. Atlatna, Ga. returning to May 20. issenger Agent, "Dixie Flyer" Route, Jacksonville, Florida. _. __ Clerk Circuit Court Marion CO, Fla:;




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BIXOLA A FIGHT TO THE FINISH We have received our Spring Line of QUEER CAUSE FOR QUITTING; STRANGERS


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The Battle That Has Just Begun Between Midshipman Arrowood Deserted the

the Government and the OxfordsIN Navy Because He Couldn't Remain .

This it what you want and need in Standard Oil Company Gentlemen's and Be a Christian ,Are Attracted by Advertising, but

every household It shines your shoesin Washington, Feb. Midshipman: I the Principles of Strict Businessand

five minctes. (Savannah Morning News) PATENTS, TANS, PONGEES AND BLACKS. Milton W. Arrowood of Burlington. N.

C., now a prisoner on board the receiving our INTERESTED Atten-
The investigation which the president I
ship Hancock, at the yard
NO MOISTURE REQUIREDIN has directed into the affairs of the We also have a large assortment of White New York will be sent to navy the naval tion to Their Wants makes Themour

i' Standard Oil Company will be a vigorous I station, Guantanamo, Cuba on the first

USING IT and thorough one. The House Canvass Oxfords.Come naval vessel going to that port and Friends.

of Representatives asked for it withouta turned over to Rear Admiral Barker,

commanding the North Atlantic fleet,
dissenting voice, and the presidentwas MUNROE & GH&MBLISS
Can be used on vici kid, box calf, for "such action as he deems proper." BANKERS.
prompt to order the department of
and see the latest styles at This is the first case where a mid-
patent, enamel, and all black leathers.
commerce and labor to begin It at once OCALA rzn.EDWARDS
shipman has been called on to face i .
and to go to the bottom of the charges
TRY A BOX.For trial on the charge of desertion. It is -
made against the trust. I
W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANYTHE said the young officer bases his desire
The Standard Oil Company is the I I
to leave the service on the alleged i
chief of the trusts. Its success has I
ground that he could not be a Chris-
sale atTEAPOT-
done more to encourage the creation ONE PRICE HOUSE. BROTHERS
tian gentleman and an officer of the
of trusts of the worst kind than any
navy at the same time.
GROCERYUNDERTAKERS other one thing. If what has been pub- 3
I He will be tried on the general chargeof
lished about it is half true it has acquired OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS MONTEZUMA ARRIVALSRue I desertion and on the special charge AT THE CITY MARKET
its eminence and Its vast wealth
of conduct to the prejudice: of good order -
and power by methods that cannot be Robert S. Savannah E. D. Kirkpatrick, St. Louis W. D. i
Cope ; ; and military discipline in j
defended.If reflecting! Wholesale & Retail Butchers
the government can convict it of I Stanford, North Carolina; J. H. Loes- Bogart, Frrnandina; II. W. Long, Mar- upon the moral character of his ass<4 Reading

I sel, Baltimore; F. Halahan Atlanta; tel; F. E. Hendershot. New York; J.M. elates in the service. ,
-AND- wrong doing and make it obey the I II

laws it will have no difficulty in forcing A. T. Jones, Colorado; W. J. Willing- ShappeH, E. H. Sturts, Philadel- I

EMBALMERSw all the other trusts to comply with ham and wife. Margaret Willingham, phia; C. 0 .Fox. city; E.: M. Parker, PIRATING FOLEY'S I: WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS

the anti-trust law. There is no prob- Chattanooga; G. C. Martin, :Miss Helen Xew York; H. L. Hough, Dunnellon; I HONEY AND TAR

ability that the Standard Oil Company :Martin Brooksville; Miss Tillie Pyles, S. W. Teague city; M. L. Baker, Val-

have two Registered Undertakers will come to the front and assist in the city; J C. Hickson, Virginia; H. A. dosta; T. L. Morris, Charleston, S. C.; Foley & Co., Chicago, originated CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON

and Embalmers investigation. It is more than probablethat Grant Jacksonville; J. C. Doemer, Bal- J. B. Pound, Jacksonville\ ; Elliot Dunn, Honey and Tar as a throat and lung

it will endeavor to block the inquiry timore; W. J. Coulter Toronto; G. F. Charleston; W. S. McCady Knoxville remedy and on account of the great FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109
All work entrusted to our
in every way it can. It will be Dittmer. Holder; L. E. Lang city; C. J. Tenn.; M. Haughton. Ocala; R. L. merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
will receive and
care prompt the power of the Standard Oil Company Acaska, Birmingham; Ross Hunter. Barnes, Ocala; T. A. Carroll, Jacksonville and Tar many imitations are offered!

skilled attention. All embalming against the power of the governmentIt Atlanta; S. B. Van Deman New York; ; B. D. Blackburn and wife Live for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey -

fully guaranteed. A will be a fight to the finish. As to II. C. Berry, Baltimore; Walter Ray, Oak; Mrs. M. Lampman, Live Oak; T and Tar and refuse any substitute A. E. BURNETT

splendid stock of Caskets and which will be victorious no one is in Leroy; J. B. Smart, North Carolina; S. Williams. Tifton, Ga.; It. C. Johnson offered, as no other preparation will .

Burial Robes carried at all a position to predict with any degree E. L. Parker, Atlanta Constitution; S.M. Tifton, Ga.; T. F. Carnie, Dunnellon; give the same satisfaction. It is mildly -

of certainty.One Chapman, Vermont; Sam B. Wright, Mrs. D. E. Ricardo, Live Oak; C. C. laxative. It contains no opiates andis .
times.OCALAFORNITURECO.
thing Is certain, however, ana Atlanta; E. H. Wells, Boston; C. E. Sims, Valdosta; G. W. Brewer, Ral- safest for children and delicate per-

that is the department of commerce I Wells, Salem Mass.; W. L. Bruntley, eigh, N. C.; W. J. Beaman, Wilmington sons. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. THE JEWELERFine

and labor will have to have more mon- New Jersey; J. P. Green, Columbus; N. C.; H. B. Pearson Pittsburg.

ey at its command than it has at pres- J II. Satcombe, Indiana; H. C. Hunt, Pa.; H. A. Carter, Jacksonville; P. R. HAPPY DAYS

Phone No. 10. Night phone No. 94. ent. The Standard Oil Com-any has Jacksonville; C. C. Sims, Valdosta; Root, Sarasota; J. H. Manners, Jacksonville Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, Rings, .

millions, and it will spend any amount W. A. Murphy, Xorh Carolina; J. A. ; C. W. Joseph, Clearwater; Bryan, praising Teddy, Cut Glass Handsome China

For that may be necessary to prevent the. Moore, Savannah; W. F. Hines, Tampa; J. H. Knoblock Inverness; :Miss Atkinson Says: "I like your way; Sterling

details of its business from being made D. X. Stewart, North Carolina; W. D. Martin; J. W. Kimbrough, Web- You have nerve, you're honest, Silver and Hollow Ware.TILET
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YE1He WATCHESAnd public. Its capital stock is only $100- Olt, Dunnellon. ster; F. W. Basse, Tampa; G. H. Pep- Frankly, you're O. 1C"

000,000, and yet in nine 'ear&-1896 to per, Knoxville; H. C. Abrahams, At- Teddy says to Bryan:

REPAIRSGO 1904, inclusive-it has paid in divi- TEX BOB I; lanta; J. P. Stedman, Winston-Salem, "You're all right, you bet! ARTICLES,

TO- dends J318.000.000. It has ample means, i N. C.; P. F. Brewer, Ocala; Jorn Franz, You have good intentions,

therefore, with which to defend itself, LA ESPUELA CIGARS Jacksonville; Wm. Ott, Dunnellon; P. Hope you'll win .it yet" FOUNTAIN PENS

F.8.. WEIHE and it will use them freely. R. Lester, Oca.aIrs.! ; Desmond Jack

The immediate of the investigation sonville J. What a lovely lesson!
cause ; P. Lamb, Juliette; Mrs.
PURE HAVANA STOCK
,e jeweler.PURE was the effort! of the StandardOil Burnside, city; L A. Vidal, Dunnellon; Why should people hate? OPTICAL GOODS

Company to shut off competition in Made by the FamousLA Mrs. Lula Lanier, Denver; Miss Kno- Why should there be scoffingAt .

Kansas. Because of Its tactics 4000 block Martin; C. W. Turner Anthony; the good and great?

MILK oil wells were shut down in that state REGINA CIGAR COMPANYOF Miss Mattie Gamble, :Miss Mixson, Pro- Why nurse prejudices, Watch Repairing a SpecialtyOCALA

last week. It having the only refineries fessor Selden, Dunnellon; R. B. Clark Why not all be friends
TAMPAA
Pure Milk and Cream in the state, the owners of the wells and son Rock Springs; Sam Lennard, Pulling all togetherFor

are among the greatestof had no market for their oil except the Full Stock of All Their Brands and Jacksonville. the rightest ends? FLORIDA

table delicacies. They Standard Oil Company. Knowing this Grades Carried Now, let's hear from Grover;
the company refused to buy their oil
LOW RATES TO WASHINGTONOn
Wouldn't it be grand
are both RICH PURE and unless it could get it at its own price. NONE BETTER AND FEW AS GOOD I
If he went to Bryan, R. MARTIN & CO.GENERAL 3
This. action aroused first the state of J.
WHOLESOME if suppliedby Account of the Presidential Inauguration Holding out his hand, .
Kansas, which has voted to erect a refinery 3
All of the Latest Via the Atlantic Saying: "Hello, Billy,
and then Congress. Now the
Coast Line How is grandpa's pet?
fight is on, and there ought to be no MAGAZINES AND PAPERS
HERMITAGE Let's forget what happened, LIVERYMEN
THE DAIRY
let up in it until it is determined On account of the presidential inau-
Let's be happy yet.
guration, Washington, D. C., March 4,
GEO. B. TYLER. Proprietor. whether or not the government is ableto

-- --- enforce the anti-trust law. Ocala House Cigar Stand 1905 the Atlantic Coast Line will sell Then there's Bob La Follette;
Fine and
Carriages Buggies Traps
tickets from all points on its line in Wouldn't it be nice i I ,

OCALA NEWS CO., Proprietors. the state of Florida at rate of one fare I Drummers Carryalls Saddle Horses etc
W. C. BULL GIVE YOUR STOMACH A REST If he went to Spooner ,
plus 25 cents for the round trip. For Asking for advice
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Contractor Your food must be properly digestedand MARDI GRAS FESTIVITIESNew military companies and brass bands in If they dined together, FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses

assimilated to be of any value to uniform, twenty or more on one ticket Bound by friendship's tie,
Builder!! -
_- you. If your stomach is weak or diseased Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola rate of one cent per mile, plus arbitraries Using their knives only
and Mules for Sale. Horses
Quick and Careful Estimates Made : take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It Mardi Gras at few Orleans Mobile per capita In each direction. Datesof When they ate their pie? ;
sale. March 1. 2 and 3. final limit Boarded the Month Rate.
Box 64 Ocala. Fla. Digests what you eat and gives the by at Special
and Pensacola will be held March 2 to
What noble lesson
stomach a rest, enabling it to March 8, but extension of limit can be a
recuperate
1, inclusive, this year, and will be on
take on new life and grow strong secured to March 18, by depositing It would be to men J. R. MARTIN & CO;
much larger scale than ever before.
ticket and paying fee of $1 at time of If Joe Bailey honored
H R. HUNTER again. Kodol cures sour stomach gas,
For
the occasion the round trip rate
,
Beveridge again
deposit. For further information see
locating, heart palpitation and all digestive -
. .-- will only be one first class fare, plus If there in the Senate,
ticket agents, or communicate with T.
: GUN disorders. L. A. Soper, of Lit-
. 25 cents. Tickets to be sold March 1
C. White, D. P. A., Tampa, Fla. They should rise some time.
tle Rock Ky., writes us: "We feel that
to 6, inclusive, final return limit, March
-and-- Saying: "Gents, behold us!
Kodcl Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the LUMBeRROUGH
11. However tickets can be extendedto Hating is a crime." 3
HEADQUARTERS FOR THE
commendation that can be given it, as
LOCKSMITHRepairing March 25 by depositing with special
it raved the life of our little girl when SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
Why should there be scoffingBy
agent and by payment of fee of 50 centsat
a Specialty.The she was three years old. She is now time of deposit TheLouis'ille and the proud and great,

six a'td we have kept it for her con- Nashville Railroad operates through At Helvenston-Blitch-Pasteur Com Whom we choose to fashion OR DRESSED

su !-illy! but of course she only takesit Pullman drawing room sleepers daily pany, Our affairs of state?
now alien anything disagrees with See Phone
Are all or
they not strivingFor
THE from Jacksonville, and anyone desiringfull Where Mrs. L. W Jackson will be to
her. Sold by all druggists.
the country's ?
good
and complete information should present the admirable qualities of the

I TWAIN address Geo. E. Herring, F. P. A., Jacksonville Indispensable household necessity. Sup- Why, then, this distressingLack B. H. SEYMOUR
TEXAS PACIFIC SCEPTERS of brotherhood?
Fla. plies of all kinds for sale.
PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla.
Woman, since the world began, Bryan praising Teddy.E'en .
o RAILWAY "Woodmar.r : Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice
behind his back,
Queen of love and beauty
See in me your vassal man. Drugstore. Shame on all the croakers,

Great Easternand Come to proffer duty. I Shoo them from the track!
The convention of the Florida Chris- Air-Line
SPECIAL RATES Let us all be happy, Seaboard Ry
Western Line Roses red are in your cheek tian churches will be held with the Make a joyful sound,
Lilies brow First church in Jacksonville March 1
on your ;
Round trip colonist rates to Texas, Ok- Balance to the corners
Across the Entire States olNO Every tint that painters seek to 3. A large attendance is expected.The .
lahoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory
And hands all 'round.S. -FOR-
Nature doth endow. railroads have granted a round
each first and third Tuesday. E. Kiser in Chicago RecordHerald.
trip rate of one fare and a third. Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines Raleigh
TEXAS und LOllISIAA Quick your teardrops are to form, One-way and round trip colonist ratesto ,

Quicker comes your laughter; the West and Northwest Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,

TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTION'S Like a Summer Alpine storm. READTIIIS One-way colonist rates to Californiaand I I PUTS AN END TO IT ALL 1 Iand New York.

And the sunshine after. the Northwest from March 1 until -
A grievous wail ofttimes comes asa .
Direct Line to I :
When the South wind murmurs low !Spruce Pine, Ala., Dec. 1, 1599.-Dr. May 15, 1905. result of unbearable pain from overtaxed THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY .

NORTH TEXAS Softer is your sigh; E. W. HaIl Dear Sir: I spent last year Special first class round trip rates to i I organs. Dizziness Backache,

Fickle friends may come and go; in your city: and while there your remedy Colorado every day until May 1. Return Liver complaint and Constipation. But ,SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
limit June 1, 1905. "
NEW MEXICO You will not deny. was recommended to me. After thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills,'
The choice of the two most direct I : SEABOARD EXPRESS
several other .
trying physicians pur- II they put an end to it alL They are gentle ,
ARIZONAand Great are you in loveliness; routes and three gateways.Union .
chased small bottle of rem-
one your but thorough. Try them. Only ,
Greater In jour lore; edy. It cured me. Respectfully, and Southern Pacific. I 25c.; Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly SEABOARD MAIL
Scepters twain you wield to bless,
S. W. Brewer.A .
Through Pullman tourist cars operated Drugstore.
CALIFORNIA Granted from above.
each Monday from Birmingham, I MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

WRIT FOR NEW BOOK OF TEXAS. FEES Woman, since the world began, TEXAS WONDEROne i Ala., and three cars a week from NEW ORLEANS MARDI GRASI I

Quern of love and beauty, small bottle of the Texas Won- Washington D. C., to San Francisco J I i The Seaboard Florida Limited Is a solid vestibuled train composed exclusively -

E. P. TURNER Still retain your vassal man, der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all via Atlanta, Montgomery and I!I I Some of our people will want to attend -,! of new Pullman equipment dining car double drawing room, sleepers .1

And mingle joy with duty. Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes New Orleans, without change. Effective j: Mardi Gras at New Orleans the!'; stateroom and observation cars, operating between SL Augustine and

General Passenger Agent -Leon Hanlon in New York Journal: Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Emission March 1. we operate every :Monday I II I[first week in March. It is one of the.j I Jacksonville to New York, via Washington; leaving St Augustine 12:10 p.

DALLAS TEXAS Weak and Lame Backs Rheu- and Wednesday Pullman tourist ti i most wonderful feats of festivity.! m. and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. dally, Including Sundays.

FIVE WOMEN BURNED matism and all irregularities of the cars from St. Louis to San Francisco:I!known to the country. The Seaboard
::1 ONLY LINE
L.ALEXANDERPractical Kidneys and Bladder in both men and without change via the Chicago and:.Air Line is the most direct route to the

Island Falls Me.. Feb. 20.-Five women women. Regulates Bladder troubles in Alton R. R., and the Union! Pacific!i Crescent City. Twenty-four hours'! Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans

were burned to death in a resi- children. If not sold by your druggist, R. R., via Kansas City and Denver. from Jacksonville. Through sleepers..: full
For information
and sleeper reservations call on any agent Seaboard.
dence o na plantation ;50; miles nort. h will be sent I by mail on receipt of $1. Ask for particulars, One fare plus :5c.;; Tickets on sale from:I or write:

CARPENTER AND BUILDER of here yesterday. The bodies V.8rual: bottle is two months' treatment J. F. Van Renssalaer, Gen. Agt March 1 to March 6.
'-- A, O. MACDONELL, A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON Jit. P. A.
Careful estimates made on all contract found near the front door by which, and seldom t$* to cure any case 13 Peachtree St. Atlanta Ga.

t work. Gives more and better work for they had attempted to leave the house above mentioned. Sold-by y._druggists R. O. Bean. T. P. A. Taylor has a full line of Lowney!! S Jacksonville, Florida.

tie money than any other In town. The door was locked. \ G. W. Ely, T. P."A. bulk candies. They are second to none JACKSONVILLE FLORiDA I:






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