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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.

Subjects

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

Notes

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 MARCH 13, 1905 ,
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EVENING STARc. THE REVIVAL CAPITAL $50,000.00HERBERT


"THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT" Tremendous Congregations Yesterdayin

L BITTINGER & CO. President.
Spite of Downpour-Two Heart- A. FORD -
GEO. H. FORD, Vice President.
C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Searching Talks-Many ConversionsThe F. WATSON, Cashier. t

Proprietors and Publisher revival service yesterday drew

PINE FAIL GROCERIES great congregations in spite of the Inclement -

C. L BITTINGER, weather. Morning and night

Editor and General Manager. the auditorium and annex were packed. TIONAL BANK

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., .. We pride ourselves on the stock of Gro- CENTREOF
R. R. CARROLL, Mr. Ham gave two heartsearchingtalks.

ceries we keep. We keep "ONLY THE In the morning his message was
City Editor and Business Manager
BEST" and if anything bought from us is from Malachi and Matthew talk to OCALA. .

'' Christians. "Get out of the sinner's
,: Mr. and Sirs Fred Jones and grand- not PERFECTLY satisfactory, return it "
way, and let him be saved was the

,:: son Master Asa Merrill of Summer- and get your money back.If key note. J. K. CHRISTIAN. R. L. ANDERSON

vllle, Masa, a delightful suburban res- V .
: At night his subject was "The Judgment '- GEO, MACKAY. ED HILLER.
have not done business with us, giveus .- Directors
: idence portion of Boston arrived in the you
." and in word and song he drewa : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORDR.

city yesterday from the Mardi Gras at a trial. Our delivery wagons make graphic and soul-stirring picture of S. HALL.
New Orleans and will spend several
delivery. the sinner's end.
weeks with Mrs. C. L Bittinger. Mrs. prompt
Mr. Ham is a gospel singer of great
Jones, who resided in Ocala some six-
power and his rendition of the solo "At
teen years ago. had not forgotten us
the Judgment Bar" was of intense dra-
and returns to renew the pleasant matic HOUSE FURNISHINGS .
power.
memories she cherishes of the Brick
H B. Masters Many were convicted while he sang.
City and ells people, Mr. Jones Is a
The after-meeting held a blessing for
of the late Mr. Burton,
nephew George

who was interested at Martin and many.large number Backsliders professed were reclaimed conversion.The anda Our stock of Furniture and House Furnishing

while spending the winter at that place Ocala, Fla
services continue daily throughout -
was taken ill, brought to Ocala for
the week at 10 a.. m., and 3:30 and Goods is second to in the State '
none
treatment and died at the Ocala House.R. -
7:30 p. m.

WOODMEN MEETING MARTEL MATTERS All cordially welcome.

E. Tonge Jr., a valued employe of
TOMORROW NIGHT, EVERY KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATNESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,

the Florida Electric Company at Jacksonville Intensive Cultivation for Corn-A New The Ditto and Mohoney real estate TINGS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE AND PORTIERc:: SADDLED, WHIPS, ETC. EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,
Sunday in the the
spent city
Fort King Camp Woodmen of the Building for Postoffice and Store. men sold Saturday Mr. J. F. Williamson's CURTAINS SCREENS: ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CAF.RIAGE FOR ANY PURPOSE.;
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
World, holds Its regular monthly meet- An Expensive Fire. home in Dougherty's addition to SPREADS, SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS,
E. Yonge, Sr. Mr. Yonge, Jr., reachedthe
Ing Tuesday evening March 14. Mr. J. A. Bouvier, the valued foremanof LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,
Jacksonville public works rains have and all
plant a Refreshing
come the Ocala foundry and machine POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANG BRICK, SHINGLES, CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MACHINERY .
few seconds after the fearful boiler explosion nature is lovely.
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice shops. ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR. OF ALL KINDS.
of last week in time to help unearth -. Orange trees are putting on a vIgor- ,
Drugstore.Hon. .
acme of the wounded. Had hebeen ous growth and the fragrance of a full Jesse Xeeley, the Oklawaha mer-

a minute sooner in reaching the blow of blooms remind us of the days chant, came up this morning to do Deep well drilling contracting and building of all kinds done
works it is problematical what his phy- W. K. Zewadskl, who has experienced ,
of an abundance of that delicious fruit. some trading. He is well pleased with

sical row condition would be today. A nar- ness for several a very days severe, came spell down of to sick-his Early planted corn is up, oats are his new location, and his host of Ocala under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates -

escape. .
putting on a splendid growth, a good friends are pleased to hear he is do-

office this morning. stand of sugarcane prevails and vege- ing welL on anything you need.

Tom W. Smith took b drive up An- tables are doing welL .
Captain Bridges, in charge of gather-
thony way yesterday to take a look at Justice "Waid held the scales over
Ing In the state convicts brought two During the next two months the
that prosperous farming and trucking Will Taylor, colored, for riding on theS. MCIVER & MACKAY
up from Tavares yesterday, and two principal corn crop will be planted
section, and was surprised to see the A. L. train without the authorizing
were sent in from Jacksonville, with upon the intensified system. Many of \
acres of soil that had been preparedand pasteboard.-He was sent to the rock
whom he proceeded to Buttgenbach's our farmers will fertilize their corn, CVA: -. : : LbRIt.AI :
seeded. This is Mr. Smith's first
roads to ponder over the matter for
headquarters. One of the Jacksonville and reach out, by thorough cultivation,,
visit to Anthony in nineteen years, and thirty days. -
for from to bushels to the
prisoners was a fine looking young thirty fifty
he could scarcely believe his senses 1y

when noting the improvements. He white man. He writes a beautiful hand acre.The State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas MRS GHADIIGK CONVICTED
but used the gift once too often, and old time farming implements are I
said that had excellent stores
Anthony County-ss. A. E. BURNETTTHE
by autographing another's name got being rapidly superceded by laborsaving -
which carried fine stocks of goods. "."- Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he I
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into trouble. machinery.The On Seven Counts-She Can be Fined
JI" is senior partner of the firm of F. J.

Editor L. J. Brumby of the Ocala "- ,, ,'. melon crop this year will cover Cheney & Co., doing business in the $70,000, or sent to Prison for
The Ocala: people, who had the pleasure an Increased area, which has been JEWELERFine
Farmer and Truck Grower who had I city of Toledo, county and state afore- Fourteen Years
otXaearing ha iMytn* Melba in : planted neatly, and as a precaution
anticipated visiting the Dade Count said and that said firm will pay the
song' at Jacksonville Saturday night against the possibility of a spring frost,, Cleveland 0.. March 13.-Saturday
Fair at Miami last week, was detainee sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor
were Mr. fan} Mr II T Clarence Camp, :the growers will replant. night Mrs. Cassie L. Chadwick was Diamonds
Watches
In Jacksonville on business, so for the each and every case of Catarrh Jewelry Rings
Mrs. Jack;jCajnDf Mrs. Maughs, Miss The forest fires from Clark Ray,, found guilty of conspiring to defraudthe ,
first time missed one of those interest- that cannot be cured by the use ofHall's
auline Sulliran. Miss Johnnie Lids Johnson & Company's turpentine lands United States by conspiring to pro- Cut Glass Handsome China Sterling
ing exhibits. He returned home this ... Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. RMcKean.Seeds crept into a field of Captain R. D. Har- cure the certification of checks on a national
morning. The fair was a great suc- Sworn to before me and subscribedin
rison's, not in cultivation, burned a half t bank when there were no funds Silver and Hollow Ware.
cess. A larger exhibit and a bigger my presence this 6th day of December -
of all kinds fresh and reliablefor mile of fence, swept like wildfire thro' I in the bank to her credit. *
crowd than ever were In evidence.It A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason,
fall and winter planting, at Ty- broom sage, burned a magnificent She was found guilty on every countof TOILET ARTICLES
(Seal.) Notary Public.Hall's ,
dings and Co. dwelling and an old barn containing the indictment upon which the jury
will Interest quite a number of Catarrh Cure is taken Internally -
several thousand pounds of hay.H. was at liberty to Judge her-seven in FOUNTAIN PENS
our people to learn that Mrs. Daniel and acts directly on the blood and

Sinclair, nee Miss Josie Crowson, is Messrs. T. P. Whitesides and J, F. W. Long is alternating the pas- mucous surfaces of the system. Send all.
turage of two separate fields of oats, The original indictment contained OPTICAL GOODSWatch
Bruton of Central in .
living In Boston with her two bright came yesterday.Mr. for testimonials free.F. .
with his hogs thereon, which are grow- sixteen counts. Two of these were ruled -
children, and occupies the responsible W. has the contract to deliver logsto J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
ing vigorously, are clear of disease, and out during the trial by Judge Tay-
the C. E. Melton mill at Central
position of stenographer to the presi- Sold by all druggists, 75 cents. Take
lor, and of the remaining fourteen one- Repairing a Specialty
keep fat enough to slaughter for the
which has outlet for its cut lumberby
an .
dent of the Boston Elevated Railway, Hull's: Family Pills for constipation.Mrs.
market. half charged her with securing the cer-
where she is getting a handsome salary tramway to Micanopy. The mill is
Rev. W. A. Weir preached an excel- tification of checks without having the OCALA FLORIDA
doing fine business. Mr. W. is mak-
and her services are greatly appreciated. a M. Handelsman returned Satur-
St. Johns andIs proper entries made upon the books of
lent sermon at Sunday
Her husband, Daniel Sinclair, Is ing his brothers, Messrs. C. M. and P. day from her purchasing trip North.
establishing a reputation as a sound the bank. Judge Taylor in his charge
now In South Africa and occupies a responsible Whitesides, a visit for a day. Mr. Bru- The patrons of the Boston Store will
theologian and pulpit declaimer of directed the jury to disregard these
and lucrative government position ton Is the popular postmaster and mer- find one of the finest spring stocks of

and Is making an enviable. record chant of Central and is here looking strong proportions.Our dry goods, waists, skits, etc., ever open- counts and consider only the remainingseven Millinery Announcement !II!
efficient postmaster and accom- which related to the certification -
after his taxes.
as a fine business man. It will be They report every- ed up in Ocala.
modating merchant, John H. Brooks, with no funds on deposit. On all
thing working pleasantly in their sec-
remembered that Mr. Daniel Sinclairwas
tion has erected a neat and commodious two of these the Jury found against her. I. will sell out my entire stock of fine Millinery during the next
and the farmers in
twenty years ago, bookkeeper forth putting crops. Souvenir Cards at the Fostoffice
story building. The first floor will bused Under the law, she can be fined, on thirty days, or open for business the most elegant line of
firm of E. W. Agnew & Company.Mrs. Drugstore.
as a store and postoffice by him, each count, not more than $10,000, or
Sinclair is a niece of Captain R. Watches for ladies and gentlemen,
and the second floor will be used by imprisonment not more than two yearson Paris For Easter
D. Harrison of York. from $1.50 to $70 each. A big line to Importations
I lodgers and public offices. This build- each count, or she may be fined a
select from. A. E. Burnett the Jeweler MEAN{ LUMBER Go'

Hon. H. W. Long of Martel, chairmanof and Watchmaker ing will be neatly painted and occu- maximum of $10,000 and also imprisoned ever seen in the South. Style perfect; pnces the lowest, and shall

the board of county commissioners pied by the first of April. for two years on each count. continue to offer my business for sale thereafter. But I must sell

came in" this morning to meet Mr. W. Rev. Henry W. Little preached avery Clark. Ray, Johnson & Companyhave OCALA, FLA Mrs. Chadwick broke down when the hats for taster if I am still in the business. I want to sell out, but .

L. Spoon, the government expert road eloquent sermon yesterday morn- completed their large and com- Telephone No. I2'5. verdict was announced. Her lawyersare will sell hats instead, if I can't help it, and will sell them

In modious office in an up-to-date style,, at work to secure a new trial.
ing Yonge's Hall. In the afternoonhe
builder, who from to
came Tampa
Inspect our system up of road building, went to Orange Lake to deliver his. where two efficient clerks and book- Ceiling, Flooring and Siding, I So Cheap For My Usual Elegant Goods

farewell sermon to his Episcopalian : keepers are kept busy in keeping their GOT OFF CHEAPHe
and he with Mr. Long went out to see
Will Lucius county road overseer, and flock at that place and tonight he will immense business posted day by day. Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber, It Will Give the Country a Treat and the Ladies a

how he is doing up the Orange avenue deliver his noted lecture at McIntosh This enterprising company is shipping Every Size and may well think he has got off Rare Opportunityto
Quality.A .
from to nine hundred thousandfeet
on "Gordon at Khartoum." which eight
pike. we cheap who after having contracted Indigestion -

understand he will also deliver in Ocala of lumber per month.An Large Stock of Shingles.New or constipation, is still ableto buy a magnificent hat without an equal in the land, at prices tlut

Dr. Blalock and J. A. Morris, Jr., were shortly.Mr. Epworth League was organized at perfectly restore his health. Noth- will prove I want to sell out my business. I will consider an offer to

driving out past Mr. Handley's new Martel two weeks ago, with Miss Jen- Machinery.Lath ing will do this but Dr. King's New Life buy (and sell reasonable) for the next thirty days.Respectfully .

residence Saturday night when the T. J. Owen, who attended the nie Bull as president, which, under her Pills. A quick, pleasant and certain ,

hack encountered a big hole, and gave Grand Lodge of K. of P. at Tallahassee efficient management, will succeed. Brick and Building. cure for headache, constipation etc. yours

the occupants such a shaking up they last week heard a great deal of 25c. at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore;

will not soon forget the experience. talk about the election of a successorto DEATH RATE IN NEW YORK Undersold by No One. guaranteed.A MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS

They are kicking high about someone's Hon. C. M. Brown, and it was the AND CHICAGO Methods Up to Date. .

negligence in permitting such a dan- prevailing opinion that the contest for WHITE MAN WILL HANG

gerous place to remain on the public his seat by Dr. Baskin would be fruit- During November and December, Business Growing Rapidly. FOR KILLING A NEGRO J. R. MARTIN & CO.

highway.Mr. less, as the state senate would refuseto 1903 one-fifth of the death in New 0

unseat Brown. But time will tell the York and Chicago were from pneumonia. i Every Customer Pleased. Darlington, S. C., March 13.-Bob

J. H. Burton and son of Sparr story. Foley's Honey and Tar not only f Smalls a white man, recently convicted -

were in the city today and made the stops the cough but heals and strengtheis I Rushed with Orders. of killing a respectable and indus- GENERAL
Malto Iron Tonic, the blood enrlcher, LIVERYMENFine
Star an appreciated call. Mr. Burton is the lungs and prevents pneumonia trious negro, named Frank Scott, was
for a spring tonic at the AntiMonopoly Come to Us Before Buying.
the mill man of Sparr and supplies the so do not take chances on a cold wear- sentenced Saturday to be hanged Fri

growers of corn with their meal and Drugstore.The ing away when Foley's Honey and Tar Orders Solicited. day, May 5. John Noll, also white, an Carriages, Buggies and Traps

grits-very essential edibles. Mr. B. will cure you quickly and prevent serIous accessory to the crime, was recom-
Drummers Saddle Horses etc.
late arrivals at the Carryalls, ,
says the Lovells and the Luffmans are following are results. Sold by the Postoffice mended mercy and was given a life

the principal shippers of lettuce of that Montezuma from the south: J. D. Greg- Drugstore. sentence.A .

section at present and are getting ory and wife and Miss Mary Gregoryof THE FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES

Princeton N. J. C. B. Crane and
; FAVORITE REMEDY FOR BABIES
splendid prices-as high as {4 a crate. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
wife Miss S. M. Slates and Mrs. S. W. -
-- TEXAS PACIFlCf Horses and Moles for Sale. Horses
The golf tournament- Saturday afternoon Squires of Elizabeth, N. J. They will Special Rates Its pleasant taste and prompt cures
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was a great success. The net take a look at Ocala and return home have made Chamberlain's Cough Rem- Boarded By the Month at Special Rate.
$11.93-ATLANTA. GA., and return. p'o
scores Mrs. viasthe, Oklawaha river route. IwLwAYI + edy a favorite with the mothers or small
were: Ftank Drake 50;
1 J J Tickets on sale May 11 and 15. lim- I J. R. MARTIN & CO.
Mrs."C1men Anderso 13; Miss Louise \\ children. It quickly cures their coughsand
(
ited
to 20.
returning May
WI' ti Gamsby, 54; MlsJ Minnie Gamsby, When bilious try a dose of Chamber- colds and prevents any danger of ,
The
: J 55; Miss Emily Ford 55; W. N. Camp lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and Great Eastern pneumonia or other serious conse- -

37; P. G. Bright 58;Vrank Drake, 3S; realize for once how quickly a first See our Immense line of picture and Western Line quences. For sale by the Postof ice
frames and mouldings. An endless variety -
ilph Robinson, 4. / class up-to-date medicine will correctthe Drugstore.FOR .
of design, size and finish and
disorder. For sale by the Postoffice Across the Entire States oi

Drugstore.R. price. We frame any picture In price, RE "T-The alax Newberger
Sam Pooser, son of Captain and Mrs.
accordin gto your Ideas. McIver & residence, J. Starr Stern-
occupied by
F. D. Pooser, who has been connected IRA? und -
MacKay. LOUISIANA berger in the third ward of
with the street car service at Tampafor D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK corner
South Third and Pine streets
; an eightor
several months was taken seriously -
FULLER A BLALOCK NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS nine room house; hot and cold baths,
111
last week and the captain went The "HUB" Shoe
electric lights, all modern conveniencesand
down and brought him home. Dr. Waiter Direct Line to
DENTAL SURGEONS elegantly finished. For terms and
Hood Is attending him and feels F 1Just -
NORTH TEXAS particulars address the Blount Real
satisfied that with the excellent attention Offices over Munroe & Chambliss Bank
he will UA NEW MeXICO Estate Company.
receive at the hands of OCALA. FLA.

his mother and sisters he will soon be ARIZONAand
out again. Terms CashJ. N N .h Mr. and Mrs. Albertus Vogt have

named their fine ne wson Henry Gor-

The forceful manner In which Rev. E. CHACE, CALIFORNIA don for Mr. Vogt's old time friend and --

Ham shook up the deadwood sinners hunting mate. Sheriff Gordon of Marion -
WRITE FOR SEW BOOK or Tll.lS. fREE l
_. at the Baptist church yesterday morn- DENTAL SURGEON county. If the youngster growsup J
THIS BRAND ON A SHOE MEANS Wagons, the best the marketfor
on
received carload of Old Hickory
a
ing, those who were obstructing the E. with the vigilance and hunting inclinations -
P. TURNER
Office Ccmmerclal Bank SOMETHING! IF YOU WANT THE line of General Hardware. Give us ft caf. -
upstairs. the least money. Also a full _
doorway of the building to the sinners of his namesake and of his

without was a presentation to that class Building Ocala. Florida. BEST FOR YOUR MONEY CALL General Passenger Agent father he will be one of the future I inspect. the .goods and the price will do the rest. ,.: ; .

that was a moving power. TERMS CASH FOR THE HUB." DALLAS, TEXAS Nimrods.-Bartow Courier-Informant _. _. T. W. SMITH & CO, Hardware Dealers.oes1a,;":,,Flr,,,,,.--
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EMBROIDERY SALE RIBBON SALE
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I J HY ROBINSON, President. S. H. BLITCH, Manager. CORRECT --
A. H. MARSH, Assistant Manager. 8 inches wide, 10 cents 5-in. Taffeta, J5c



THE COMMERCIAL BANK &eejI STYLESIN SPRINQ 1905"Rheinauer's .


OCALA, FLA. 0

(Branch Commercial Dank Jacksonville) Ladies', Gents' f

Capital, 100000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $37,885.37 ,

and Children's
r., '"''; We are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any Accommodations Con. .

sistent With Safe Banking. us : ,,

'i COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US LOW GUT SHOESThe uP-TO-OA TE STORE.! t "

.:. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Safety Deposit Vaults for Rent \ f:,
= For Spring and Summer.

I JI -' Latest .V Your' inspection is invited.penstoijPastBur. We present a superior line of goods in our various depart- ,

;I OCALA OCCURRENCES WEATHER FORECAST Oxford. ments that should appeal to the most discriminating public. c


I at Taylor's. Washington March U.-Rain tonight, College The many novel, handsome and practical things in our Dry
Salted peanuts
and colder in central and southeast t

Knights of Pythias meet tonight portions; Tuesday, showers.!!! :7rge Eyelets. ij Goods Department, stand in a class by themselves. Never be-

Very Stylish . e e G 0 fore have we had such a variety of exclusive materials for Easter 5 ,"

Vanilla Ice cream at Taylor's. You have of i you want something distinctive ffiJJfljJ. '

course had M1h individual, come and see this shoe dresses. Our offerings comprise the following new weaves : f .;

Woodmen meet tomorrow night ,

,
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night. ) CHOCOLATE CREAM SOD Printed Chiffons, 46 inch, $.25.. I

DEUCIOC81 U ICE CREAM SODA I II Embroidered Grenadines, 27 inch 60c. i' ,

Read Rheinauer's big advertisementNuts ) ROT CHOCOLATE I Printed Gaze de Sole, 30 inch, 85c.Embroidered. t. .'

at one of their many stores and considered Z 9 Linens and Voiles, from f 9 to 85c.
fruits and candies at Taylor's.Mr. it the best you ever drank '
.dFC Printed Wash Silks, 25 inch 60c.

All Chocolate Drinks servedat Printed Point d'Esptit Nets, 49c. .
J. J. Titus Is very sick with grip. j
our fountain are made with NOTICE OF SESSION AH of exclusive and controlled designs in Floral and Conventional Patterns. i
.
Hot soda at the Antl-Mxmopoly Drug- -egl; .Chocolate and after Organdies in endless variety of designs, JOc to 59c. !' ,

ttore. their formMl-! I Ocala Lodge No. 851, Benevolent and Rajah Silk $1.25. Shadow Check Sicilians, $1.00 to $.35.. .; :

See silver shirtwaist acts at Bur- T. W. TROXLER Protective Order of Elks Chiffon Taffetas 27 inch. 98c. Brocaded Luisines 26 inch, 95c.- ':;

nett's. 3CALA LODGE NO. 19KNIGHTS Regular sessions on second and Printed Silk Foulard, 39c. r'nIn
Fruits, Confections, Cigars and Tobacco .
OF PYTHIASWe fourth Tuesdays In each month. .

Gold and fountain pens at A. E. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. -i
pens land the dli
Belts Ladies' Neckwear we carry FINEST a n
Burnett's.Mr. meet every Monday evening at Next session Tuesday March 14. al

Rev. E. M. C. Dunklin. the zealous I;::30 and extend a cordial welcome to 7:30 p. m. Edward Hiller, :

Rusco of Welrsdale was in the and consecrated Baptist minister of 'visiting brethren. Work in 1st rank Exalted Ruler. LATEST CREATIONS. r: ::

city today.A Oxford came in yesterday to hear Mr. 1 his evening. J. B. Pardee, C. C. David S. Williams, Secretary.
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full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- Ham, the revivalist. Baxter Cam, K. of R. and S. MONTEZUMA ARRIVALSW. We cordially invite you to call and inspect the most up-to-date goods. i, .

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flings and Co. Wood, green or dry, pine, oaK or mix OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS
ed. 50c. and $1 per load. .Ocala Wood A. Bailey, N. C. Carmichael,
RHEINAUER: & COli i :
At Taylor's Popcorn, korn nuts and Yard. F. A. Guild, Atlanta; P. B. Moore and Lemon; Robt. Monroe. Anthony; J. B !. :

salted peanuts. I amily, Charleston; G. E. Taylor, Crys- Curton, Tampa; S. P. Neely Barnes .

Messrs. J. I. Hutchins and C. H. GorI I al River; J. N. Alspough, Winston, N. ville; R. C. Davis, Atlanta; J. L. Young,,
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Mr. Geo. Nichols of Oxford spent man left this afternoon for Crystal River I C.;R. H. McClung, Jacksonville; U. R. Plant City; J. A. Kimbrough, Webster;,
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Sunday in Ocala. where they have the contract to >Torthrup, Syracuse, N. Y.; A. B. Andrews J. G. Thompson Philadelphia; Antoine d
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paint Mr. Davis' new hotel. Atlanta; Albert Wisler New Paul, Gainesville; T. S. Williams, Tif- .,1

Pure fresh milk and cream at the fork; T. Reeler, Montana; Fred LewIs ton, Ga.; B. H. Eaton, Rock Springs;; ,mowi; { f ,

Fort Kins Dairy. Our prescriptions are compounded by Mrs. W. H. Robinson, Norfolk, Va.; Wm. L. Buntley. Patterson, N. J.; T. H ;4 .-

registered pharmacists only, from the tl. J. Roess and friends, Cornell; J. N. Durrence and wife, Dunnellon; J. W. I rs "

Major T. C. Hall went to Jacksonville purest drugs obtainable. AntiMonopoly operland., Atlanta; W. B. Haskell Jackson, Trilby; M. J. Black, Martel;; '
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today on business.See Drugstore. Joston; Mrs. E. Hawkins. W. II. Smith, S. J. Pyles, city; H. C. Jernegan, :Mar


the boomerangs at the Ocala R J. Potter of the Tioga Phosphate ilrs. R. J. Knight, Crystal River; W. R. Moore, :Milledgeville; T. Roberts, :Mon- I II 9 j : .

News Company's store. mine in AUchia county, spent SundayIn tamsauer, St. Petersburg; A. Harda- ticello: ; F. P. Henry, Cleveland; Allen I > BC .. a >

Ocala with his family, as did Mr. ker, Martel; W. N. Crenshaw Virginia : Gibson, Grahamville; Max Canover,, i = "
The Ocala Wood Yard supplies woodIn Bishop, bookkeeper for the Lester ia: E. Lang City; T. B. Anderson. Palatka; D. H. :Mathews, Atlanta; J. A. y

any length. Phone 32. Lumber Company at Silver Springs.The A. C. L.; W. B. Gallagher, Tampa; P.C. Bryan and wife, Atlanta; J. G. Webber,, .. .. -'+ {

'. Morton, Jacksonville; W. T. Pound, Nashville; A. T. Swartz Jacksonville; U 1I'

The Pert King Dairy Is now the Fort King Dairy will deliver lainesvllle; H. B. Thompson, Alabama; Messrs. Slack and Kibler, city; II. D i.

leading dairy around town.S. milk or cream to any part of the city A. S. Griffin St. Louis, Mo.; C. A. : Mathews, city; J. C. Boozer, cityV.; sr t 3 f' -
If
before breakfast I. Miles Jacksonville; V. J. Herlong, B. Patty, Chicago. E. L. Payne, Inverness I

H. Anthens.of Candler was here I Gainesville; C. H. Lloyd, Holder; G. ; R. E. Yonge, Jr., Jacksonville; '
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today and autographed for the Star. "Sunny Jim" Robinson of Hub shoe Gilmer, Lynchburg, Va.; C. K. S. B. Prater, W. T. Farror Atlanta; A. x.

fame came in from Gainesville Satur- Nashville, Tenn.; W. M. Douglass L. Campbell, New Haven, Mich. 4) a -

Attorney Ed Davis went up to High day afternoon and spent Sunday with Charleston; M. J. Roess, Cornell; Miss 0I

Springs on legal business this morning. his family. lie Is enjoying an extra Roess, Mrs. Rachel Roess, Mrs. E. C. PIANO FOR SALE-A good Everett f

fine trade. Welsh, Cornell; M. T. Welsh and wife, upright piano, !in splendid condition I 1

FOR RENT-Two cottages. Applyto New Jersey; Miss Edna Delp, NewJersey sand.-tone. Will'p t't sap ash n

Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 95 South Third St. Fresh arrival of shad, spring chick- ; A. L. Glass, Gainesville; S. C. Apply at thisxrffice. .
*
ens, celery, cauliflower and lettuce, at Collins, St. Louis; H. A. Grant H. C.I I 0n
FOR SALE-Three fine milch cows. the Elks' Cafe. If you want the best Sloan, Jacksonville: R. L. Sledge, Baltimore ? :Mrs. W. V. Newsom entertained dehghtteUy -

Inquire of B. H. Seymour, Ocala Fla. there is to eat come and see us. ; T. H. Harris, city. Saturday afternoon in honor 0, 3 ;
of her sister-ln- ","Urs. U. R. Water '

Taylor has a full line of Lowney'sbulk On June 14 Jacksonville's board of man. of Gainesville, ya., who has been > 'Lr; _
1 1r
candles. They are second to none. trade and the city will celebrate the spending the w inteNJirtVala. Refreshments Y., s- aft

24 feet of deep water to the docks. The were served. Mrs.' Robert Simp- R }. W.
Ben Bell of Fernandina is visiting I feature of .
Mrs.
entertainment will be complimentaryto Davi S.aodroROOM son's; singing was a 'pleasing .
Miss Daisy and Mr. Joe Bell of this the afternoon.
Florida's delegation In Congress, who \ -7 } J.1
city. secured a big appropriation for this -' '

work. The ForrKIng-TJa1ry-Bens nothing t'I rx
Fresh Pepsin Chewing Gum, 1 cent a but pure milk and cream.

package, at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- -i3 ri S SrKtlSaa, 7 z ;
i1S
Pumps for Irrigating plants complete.
store. Professor Patty of Chicago is in the! i,.., L'
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Write or call on us for prices. Marion: 12 P. 0- BLOCK
city, and will deliver his celebrated lee- _
Hardware Company. t c ,. .
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Editor Koonce of the Sumtervllle .ur* on radium tonight at the armory, t hIqr' :

Times was among the Brick City callers Those who have heard this lecture
Sheriff Henry Gordon acted as Jehu
today. OCALA FLORIDA speak; of it in enthusiastic terms, andwe I
for Messrs. Long and Spoon in their
trust he will have a crowded house
inspection tour of our hard roads to-
Don't eat poor bread. Try a barrel

of Iglehart's Swansdown Flour. At H. day. I Exquisite china In the finer grades of I

B. Masters.Mr. REAL ESTATE Imported ware. The prices are very I Allen Gibson, the youthful navigatorof
Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for MERCHANTS
low. A. E. Burnett the Oklawaha river, was in the city PATRONIZE YOUR HOME '
.
McCraney the Wildwood turpentine your stove wood. LOANS Sunday and dined at the Montezuma. '
operator came up today and The new hotel that will be opened in
AND BUY THE
proceeded to Dunnellon. Fort King Dairy Is Just one mile INVESTMENTS the Ocala bottling works building in a FOUND-By Leslie Bostick this afternoon -
from the court house on Fort King av the Hotel de
few days will be known as a bunch of keys, six on a ring,
Seed time Is here. Our seeds have enue. Kaiser. near the postoffice. Owner can have

the reputation for being the best on the same at the Star office by payingfor
the market Tydings & Co. Henry Fort of Daytona passed:; thro' Our stock of blank bOok stationery, this advertisement HARDMANPIANO

Ocala today on his way to his home at stationers' supplies is complete Call

Mr. Woodrow and family, Miss Hattie Moss Bluff He says Daytona is sure Phosphate Laildsa on us. Ocala News Co. Mr. Henry of Cleveland is in the ,

Dye and Miss Esther Weathers returned "in It" when it comes to tourists. city: representing a proprietary medicine I. A,'
from their outing at Eastlake. :Mr. Ben mitch and Mrs. S. H. Blitchof Company."Woodmar.. .#!
I Try our hams and breakfast bacon. BHtchton. were in the city today,

Just received, fresh candy at Tay- We sell only the best. H. B. Masters.Mr. Specialty shopping. "
a .
; lor's. Sparrows Chocolates, Caramel -
Beauties. Marshmallows and Alakuma. J. S. Pearson will represent the Headquarters tor Talcum Powders,
Mr. Mike Waldron the Daisy cattle-
i t Ocala Golf Club at the Magnolia Eastman's. Colgates} Mennens', and
man, was in the city today with his
Mrs. Harry B. Clarkson has been entertaining Springs tournament this week. Queenlins', at the Anti-Monopoly son. He reports his herd of
her brother, Mr. Robert I have the following properties In Drugstore.Mr. young
cattle going through the winter in good
Simpson, and bride of Louisville. Ky. Judge W. S. Bullock and Acting Dis Ocala and vicinity for sale: J
trict Attorney Ed Davis returned this F. L Thompson and wife and shape. TERMS TO SUIT THE PURCHASERI .

morning from attending court at Ta- :. Two-story house on South Orange Mr. W. E.. Pew of Canada came in this .
We have just opened up and have on
vares Saturday. The docket was a street belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin: morning and are enjoying the comfortsof to do tuning and 5 '
We
THE BOSTON STORE display one of the handsomest lines of are now prepared
criminal cases.!!! of D. S.
short one-only two and next door to residence the Ocala House. In the .'
and art squares ever shown
Next week District Judge Bullock will Woodrow. rugs short notice. .
.city. Mclver & MacKay. repairing on '
11II hold court at Sumterville.Our Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice

3. All of block %2. Caldwell's addi- Drugstore.
for prescription department Is the tion to Ocala (one acre) being the J. W. Pearson returned Saturdayfrom
Something a business trip to Gainesville and OCALA MUSIC CO. i.
most up-to-date and has the most care- property Immediately north of Mr. J. Captain: Tom Johnson returned Sunday the knowing ones intimate "John" was

the Little Ones.CHILDREN'S ful attention of any In the city. Ty- R. Moorhead's home. from Lakeland, where he went to sent for an "oil tip." There is sure I

lings and Co. look after his splendid orange grove. oily talks going over the phone of late. ,
5. The Lewis Plater workshop on
t
Asher Frank who Is developing into South Second street.
SPRINGand CURED HEMORRHAGESOF We carry the finest and most com- HATS OFFto
an expert window trimmer Is lowing li
SUMMER DRESSES some of his fine work in that line in 7: The Rogers place on the south- THE LUNGS plete line of soaps perfumes and toi-

the Boston Store show windows. This west edge of town, consisting of two- ""Several years since my lungs wereso let articles'in the city. Tydings and the superb line of vehicles now on

Is for a big story house and 80 acres of land. badly affected that I had tiany hem- Co.
,progressive house preparing display In our salesrooms! Everythingthat '" ;
11 orrhages," writes A. M. Ake of Wood, .:.
Now Display in Our special sales day this week. modern has devised for
on i and wife and bright little ingenuity
8. The Wade Hoard property consisting Ind. "I took treatment with several J. A. Ryan
Window. ATTACKED BY A MOB of small house and lot due physicians without any benefit. then boy Atlanta are guests of the Mon: comfort for style for beauty goes Into 4fJ :

south of D. E. Mclver's residence. started to take Foley's Honey and Tar tezuma. Mr. R. is the traveling representative these carriages stanhopes surreys 1/:
and beaten in a labor riot until cover
metropolitanpaper
that excellent sand lap
and my lungs are now as sound as a of runabouts drays names J,1 -
ed with soles a Chicago street car con- of land on S. 10th SL,
9. 2% acres bullet. I recommend it In advanced the Atlanta Journal. robes. Manufacturers have things "
ductor applied Bucklen's Arnical Salve, of J. M. Meffert; :
THEM adjoining property of lung trouble." Foley's Honey down so fine these days that prices are
SEE stages t f.
CALL AND sound and welL "I use it '
and was soon lets
into ;
suitable for subdividing and Tar stops the cough and heals the Giles' woodyard has the largest sup- away down. May we show you the latest -
In my family" writes G. J. Welch of known as the Gamble place. lungs and prevents serious results ply of stove and fireplace wood In the ? >
Tekonsha Mich"and find it perfect"
cuts and burns. Only 10. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona St, from a cold. Refuse substitutes. Sold town. Three wagons running. Prompt
Simply great for S A. STANDLEY & CO.
Boston Store delivery and large loads. ,
The %Sc at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. next door to residence of R. G. Blake. by the Postoffice Drugstore.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1905




THE INAUGURATION The ngue closing'tnan most scene of of his the predecessors.day will bone sac:: COTTONMy THE-COLORED'

calculated to dazzle those .
unaccustomed DEPARTMENT
I I to social events scale of :
on a
strain of Long Staple Sea Island Cotton Is as fine cotton as you can
A Belated Description of An Event -
Sternberger & PhillipsWE get.; This year's crop averaged 697 pounds of seed cotton to make 300 poundsof
That Took Place Nine Days Ago Rev. J. E. A. KMbr
lint and sold In Charleston In Decem her at 32c per pound. Seed. SL25 per ,

bushel; ten bushels or over at $1 per bushel f. o. b. Youngs Island S. C.
/ {/ HE residents of

yF, ';, : : the District of I Yours respectfully. WM.: C. GERATY. Payday is today
ARE STILL IN THE ". g-..' ; YS Youngs Island. S. C. comes.
%l, : i'.J''T' ... /. Columbia expect : -I y .
;; 9 ',. ,' /, ;,:' ." that about ,
" ';' ...'... 'r 1r I "Truth Is mighty. Yes
VI.1i'. 200,000 people
"H.I .:i, J"I. journey tor'474 scarce. .

Wall Paper Painting ?' ""-'hY.:''<;b."ll'f" '11' '. ., Washington to Atlantic Coast Line Get your Items for publication
,
Hu;i' ..., take part In fore 10:30 o'clock. .
Vt1 the inaugura-

f !ll.HJ1J'I tion of President ; s. 4may. Fresh roe shad tomorrow at
r I Roosevelt' THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
and .
kins'
ContractingBUSINESS stall city market
sy.. ; on Saturday
.,.! March 4 or witness

CONNECTIONS. For fresh meats, etc, call at
yr ,,, that function -
;
I
y and Holland's stall city
AND WILL CHEERFUL. 9'N I and the
r s< 1; I spectacles to be TO THE EAST Over Its own rails to Savannan Charleston. Richmond.
/ 'There
1i' Is that
a
LY GIVE ESTIMATES ON ALL 4 ,!. .. !, seen In connection All Rail and Washington, the nee via Pennsylvania Ry. way
7.ft.:.' to a man. but the end thereof
KINDS OF THE ABOVE CLASSESOF \ wti with it. VICE PRESIDE CHARLES: W. :PAJBBAKXB.

WORK, AND GUARANTEE SAT 't ..iH'.& They are doing such magnificence. When the presidentand TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie way of jfleath."

; : > all that they Mrs. Roosevelt proceed to the platform Flyer route via Atlanta. Call at the Mack House for
ISFACTION.WE to make
can
erected for them in the great table lodging and first class

MAKE A SPECIALTY OF the inauguration court of the pension building and the TO THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York Philadelphiaand West Broadway.
of .
Mr. I signal Is given for the gayety to begin Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York Washington,

r ; nified Roosevelt! digimpress- they will look out upon a sea of faces, Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Keep in memory the special

I an of resplendent uniforms and at St James
array Episcopal church
Transportation and'PhUa.del
ire and In et'ery Company for Baltimore -
Sign Painting elaborate toilets and an assemblage of
and
way notable. Seven thousand raIl- distinguished personages.The Steamship phia. nesday Friday. Rev. J. B.

way coaches will convey the visitors to rector.
the national capital. The parade which lighting of this great scene will KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.
be accomplished by means of electric The Magnolia Restaurant
the president will review after taking
the oath of office and returning to the lamps blazing from almost every foot Route of the celebrated trains. New York & Florida Special Florida and place to get your choice

I White House, will be the most showy of space on the walls and ceilings In West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. lunches at living prices. ,W. L.
colors of
crimson green and gold.
and picturesque of any procession that manager.
PARIAN PAINT wended Floral and flag decorations will be Quickest schedules superior service. For information as to rates sched-
ever Its way by the thresholdof
the executive: mansion. The Inaugural elaborate. Formerly it was the cus- ules, etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with T. C. White. D. P. The services at the
tom for the president and his wife and
ball will be especially brilliant, as A., Tampa; W. J. Craig. G. P. A.; H. M. Emerson. T. M.. Wilmington, N. C. churches yesterday and last
the vice president and his wife to make
a splendid scheme of decoration and poorly attended on account of
the circle of the court in opening the
Guaranteed Weatherproof lighting has been planned for the great clemency of the weather.
I ball but this practice led to such a Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest
court of the pension building, where the
crush that it will be discontinued at
affair will take place. Poverty Is not a disgrace
the next ball and the presidential Via Chicago and Florida Limited.Solid
On Inauguration day the people of certain conditions. Where a
party will simply be escorted to their
Investigate Before Buying Washington Invite the people of the places on the platform. As the function better himself and too lazy to do
country at large to be their guests.Of occurs on Saturday evening danc- vestibule train of Pullman sleeping observation library, dining car we think It Is a disgrace.

course they do not offer them free and catches between St. Augustine and Chicago, via Atlanta, Chattanooga and
ing will stop at 12 o'clock. No Intoxicating we know, however, poverty is
board and lodging during the period of Nashville.
fluids will be dispensed in con convenientA.
their stay-it would scarcely be rea- nection with it and far
sonable to expect that. But they get so as the ball Leave St. Augustine.. ...... .... ....F. E. C. Ry.... .. ...... ....8:20a.m.
itself or its adjuncts are concerned no W. Walker the world
up an interesting display of soldiers, Arrive Jacksonville... ........ ......F. E. C. Ry... ....... ......9:20a.m.
one attending it will have any excuse shaver and hair cutter. Try
Sternberger & PhillipsShop marines diplomats in gorgeous uniforms for possessing a "big head" the next Leave Jacksonville.... .'..'.. ... .....A. C. L. R. R....... ... ... 9:30 a. m. razors, hair clippers and

generals and colonels In a plethora morning. Tickets of admission to the Arrive Tifton...... ... ... ... .......A. C. L. R. R...... ... .....1:25 p. m.
be convinced of his superior sk
of gold lace fireworks beautiful ball will be $5 each. Carriages for the Leave Tifton.... ..... ... ... ... ..G. S. & Y. Ry....... ... ....1.30 p. m.
women in their best ball and. in zors honed and concaved In all
gowns evening will be not Arrive Macon. ... ..... ..... .....G. S. & F. Ry.. ... ......4:15 p. m.
the coming Instance at least wild In- Call at No. 115 N. Magnolia
and Warehouse, 4f So. Magnolia St. dlaps and cowboys from the reservations Twenty less than $10 dollars each Leave Macon..... ..... ... ... ....C. of Ga. Ry.. ..... .....4:20 p. m. next S. A. L.

I and ranches of the west. To car- will 4 Arrive Atlanta... ... ... ..... ....C. of Ga. Ry..... ...... ...7:00 p. m.
represent the
ry out this elaborate programme costs minimum Leave Atlanta...... ..... ..... ...W.. & A. R. R..... ..... .7:13 p. m. The K. of P. will hold Its
expenseto
I from $00,000 to $100,000 and to defray a man who takes y Arrive Chattanooga.... .... .... ....W. & A. R. R.... .. .....10:57 p. m. business meeting at the Odd

I the expense the residents of the District his wife to the ball, Leave Chattanooga..N. C. & St L. Ry.. .-....10:04 p. m. Hall, Wednesday night, March

I raise a guarantee fund. A large and this does not 'yin Arrive Nashville.. .... ...... ......N. C. & St L. By. ........3:13 a. m. officers and members are
sum Is realized from tickets of admission
Include supper or Leave Nashville.... .... .... .... ...L. & N. R. R..... .... .. ...3:40 a. m. present, according to the rules
RESTAURANT to the Inaugural ball and supper, .
the ball gown Several Arrive Evansville........ ........ ...,.L. & N. R. R..... .... ...8:10 a. m. lodge. B. J. Mitchell. C. C.; J.

concerts will Leave Evansville.... .... .... ......L. & N. R. R..... .. ........8:20 a. m. ley K. of R. and S.
be gives in the
pen Arrive St. Louis.... ... ... ...... ....L. & N. R. R.... .. .......1:53 p. BU *L. Green the
sion building following !- tonsorial
First Class Meals Leave Evansville.. .... .. ...... ....E. & T. H. R. R.... .....8:20 a. m. shaver.
)x(> inaugura- lightning My razor

ly 1tl aV tion day. The re- Bmo. GES JOHN Arrive Terra Haute.... .... .... ....E. & T. H. R. R..... .. ...11:45 a. m. and sweat and my hair-cut Is

ceipts i from the Y. w0a' Leave Terra Haute... .... ..........C. & E. L R. R.. .... .....11:50 a. m. I have two of the finest chairs

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES ball, concerts, supper etc., four years Arrive Chicago.. ...... ...... .... ..C. & E. L R. R.... .. .....4:30 p. m. every way. Razors fixed in all
I were over $00,000.
ago Call and be convinced. West
i II I The government is under no direct Ihls train Is the standard of perfection In passenger service. For Pull-
s next to A. Smith.
.. I expense for these affairs as In the case man reservations and other Information apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry., way

Oysters in All Styles ; # ':"i 'I of social functions at monarchial courts St. Augustine or Atlanti cCoast Line office 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. On Wednesday. In the 1"I

abroad. They are got up by the settlement, a rogue entered the
residents of the capital, and those who
Room until Personal Minnie Stephens and stole the
Dining open midnight. go pay their way. Of course the large

attention given to special orders anything l majority of those who attend the Inauguration NINETEEN HOURS NEARER; Ing articles: One high-top
M EX I C 0.
and a yellow hat with silver
do not see the inside of the
the market offers prepared for the table on '
NEARLY A DAY SAVED. side, one gold plated
: % ir pension building at this time, but they open-face
;
short notice. I ,i r see the imposing inauguration parade and double link chain, with

".Yr. and in the evening the grand display of Via the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE black-handled razors, with piece
fireworks from the Washington
monu- en out of one blade one pair
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar
ment grounds. In the parade this year '
PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT. to the City of Mexico by the rimmed spectacles, one small
will be some 5,000 soldiers of the
Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. reg- Route Texas & Pacific, large gold ring one silver watch
while grand stand and souvenir conces- ular army and marines from the navy 2 trains t i dailyThrough i
sions form another source of revenue. and at least 10,000 national guardsmenfrom : Great Northern and pair silver tweezers, bunch of

Special Price to Regular Boarders The various functions connected with various states. The president's Lines of Mexico. four flat and two round

Installing the president In office are the I escort will be composed of Squadron A Anyone coming across any of
of and the of New York which his 0 Go via Little l Rock, Texarkana, San
outgrowth custom government was escort tify James Stephens, Robert .
THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt in its official capacity makes no when he was inaugurated governor ofNew Antonio, Laredo and Monterey. Robert Graham and receive

provision for them. The most that York, and a delegation from his Carry Through Sleeping Cars (No

McGrath's Stand congress does is.to appropriate $10,000 old regiment of rough riders. The latter O talus change at the Mexican border.) One We wish to state for the

for the maintenance of good order and will be in khaki uniforms blue arrives Mexico City at 10:50 a. ra, some that we cannot publish

give theuse of the pension office for shirts and slouch hats. Many civic organizations the other at 7:30 p. m. thing sent In. We have to
the Inaugural balL The central feature will be in line. There will
careful along that line, and
of the day's ceremonies, the tak- be a number of Indian chiefs In the Tourist Tickets on Sale to Mexico and California the Year Round the
prudence we
ing of the oath of office and deliveryof parade.Including Geronlmothe Apache, use

I LUMBeRROUGH the inaugural address remains a and Sioux, Comanche and Blackfeet Through Sleeping Car DAILY St. Louis to San Francisco intao our department that

simple affair, but the accessories of warriors, together with 330 students feelings. We would ask that al

this function have grown in number from the Carlisle Indian school will Colonist Tickets I. E REHLANDER, ters of a questionable nature

and elaborateness with passing years. add picturesqueness to the pageant On sale to California, Traveling Passenger Agent, ferred to the sheriff.WOMEN'S .

OR DRESSEDSee The chairman of the committee which Another wild west feature will be the Oregon and the North- 34 West 9th Street

has charge of the arrangements for band of "cow punchers" who are to west March 1 to May 15. CHATTANOOGA, TENN.

Phone Mr. Roosevelt's inauguration is Briga attend the inauguration under command KIDNEYS

or dier General John M. Wilson, U. S. A., of Captain Women are more often .

retired. He is assisted by a corps of Seth Bullock, the kidney disorders than men, but
CHEAP RATES TO
B. H. SEYMOUR clerks and various subcommittees in famous scout and ute the symptoms to diseases
carrying out the numerous details former marshal of
to their while in th
sex reality
which must be properly attended to 11 Deadwood. They
PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla.
California and the NorthwestTHE neys are deranged. Nervousness
that the occasion may be a success. will grace the procession
He has appointed as grand marshal of in compliment ache, puffy or dark circles

the day the lieutenant general of theI I to President NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY eyes, pain In the back, are

DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBAND army Adna R. Chaffee. General -ii Roosevelt who was "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE. !kidney trouble that must not
George II. Harries of the District of y once a cowboy him- I pored or a serious malady
Columbia will command the national : self. Bullock usedto
Or Father Brother ? Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest. sult Foleys Kidney Cure has
or guard organizations In the parade, and I be the terror of
Below are a few points to which the low rates are appl'cable. the health of thousands of
the civic organizations will be led: by the bad men in the ,
If so, let us show you how to cure them of the terrible curse of drink. B. II. Warner of Washington.While I days when the! $55.10 Portland, Seattle, Vancouver and British
APPLETINE never falls to cure, and the beauty of this Is, that the patient many impressive spectacles are LI.E:"'. GES. dDSA Deadwood" section -t9.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte Anaconda Missoula and Intermediate regularities and strengthens
I n. CHAFFED
never knows how he stopped the drink habit. Treatment and directions sent connected with inauguration; day, the abounded in them. points on the Northern Pacific Railway nary organs. It purifies the

postpaid on receipt of $2. Regular price $5. All communications confidential. center of all inter- He has visited the president several -4.7G-San Francisco, Los Angeles. San Diego. Benson, Phoenix. Pres- benefits the whole system. Sold.

est, the cynosure times and talked over the days when cott, Tuscon Denver Colorado Springs Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque.The Postoffice Drugstore.
GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 10S3 Gates Avenue. Brooklyn N. Y.i of all eyes, is the Mr. Roosevelt was a ranchman and
vN Above Rates Apply From Jaei chief magistrate Bullock was rounding up cattle rus-
BABBITT METALWe
tr himself, who on tlers. It was this same Seth who wentto All Florida Point

this day assumes a musicale at the White House one have several hundred

Seaboard Air-Line d the obligation of day at the president's request He The "Dixie: Flyer" Route Is via Tifton, Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga, babbitt metal that we will

Ry. upholding the constitution gazed absently out of the windows fora Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to 6t: Lau:rand mill men at prices greatly to

i and time while sonataon
guarding somebody played a Chicago. vantage. Write or call at
'_ the interests of the piano. It was just a bit classic Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m, via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. Star.
-FOR- the republic He I for cowboy ears. Presently Mr. Roosevelt -
Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. m. via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry.
first when "How do
CHIEF JUSTICE appears happened along. you Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets ore on sale March 1 to May
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, Pig: he leaves the White like the music, Seth?" be Inquired.The Souvenir Cards at the
15 2LFor
15. Inclusive and from September to October
Baltimore House to drive to captain shifted his quid. "It's Drugstore.
Richmond, Washington, Philadelphia, map, schedlues and other Information write to E. J. Walker Florida.
the capitol On arrival there he goes to a little too far up the gulch for me,
and New York. the east front where the oath of office la Mr. President he replied. Passenger Agent, "Dixie Flyer" Route, Jacksonville, Florida. -
[TEdap. \
I administered by the chief justice of the .

; THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY supreme court, Melville W. Fuller wearing LIKE FINDING MONEY

i, his silken robe. Here he delivershis I IMPROVED SERVICE Practical

SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED inaugural address. After this he enters
Finding health is like finding moneyso CARPENTER AND '
his carriage and returns to the executive :-

SEABOARD EXPRESS mansion, followed by the or- think those who are sick. When Memphis to Hot Springs Ark.VIA Careful estimates made on all

ganizations participating in the parade. yea have a cough, cold, sore throat or ,
work. Gives more and, better
After a short period of repose he takes chest irritation, better act promptly,
SEABOARD MAIL his ie money than any.other In
In
position the reviewing stand at like W. C. Barber of Sandy Level, Va.
the White House and the thou-
greets
He says: "I had a terrible chest trouble, I
sands of admiring fellow citizens of THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEMMorning
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTThe the various marching organizationswho caused by smoke and coal dust on my liE

Seaboard Florida Limited Is a solid vestibuled train composed exclusively pass before him. On the concln- lungs; but after finding no relief in
train leaves Memphis 10 a. m, reaching Hot Springs 3:45 p. m.
of new Pullman equipment Ining car double drawing room, sleepers ton: of this rather arduous task he other remedies, I was cured by Dr.
Carries observation cafe car, Pullman parlor car and day coaches.
stateroom and observation cars op erating between St Augustine and takes a period of rest and in the evenIng Kings New Discovery for Consumption. Has a well selected

Jacksonville to New York via Washington; leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. makes his final appearance for the Coughs and Colds." Greatest sale NIGHT TRAIN Fresh;Meats all kt

m.. and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily, including Sundays. day at the pension building, where he of any cough or lung medicine in the Leaves Memphis 8:30 reaching Hot Springs next morning. Carries Pullman

opeca the Inaugural balL Such is the world. At the Anti-Monopoly Drug- drawing room, sleeper and day coach. Vegetables and Greens.

programme which custom has prescribed store 50c. and
ONLY LINE for the president on the day he assumes ; $1; guaranteed. Trial See that your ticket reads via -r HE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM": from Fresh and Salt Water Fish

Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor his high office. From the time bottle free. Memphis, thereby avoiding change of depots at that point ed every day. Cedar Key

Information. and sleeper reservations, call on any agent Seaboard, when he rises to begin the eventful dayto ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES IN EFFECT DAILY received daily. Leave your
the time when he at the inaugural "
or write: appears "Woorfmar. with-me. Prompt delivery.I. .
ball with his accomplishedwife WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE
'A. 0. MACDONELL, A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON JR.. P. A, -
the I
first lady of the land. the constant .I
Our stock of perfume, cosmetics and I. E TOMPKIKS
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Jacksonville Florida. nervous strain will prove wearingeven S. L. PARROTT DIst, Pass Ago, .
JACKSONVILL to one whose athletic habits ren40i toilet soaps is second to none In the "
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THE RUSSIAN RETREATA WOODMEN OF THE WORLDAnnual


Poultry Food I II I SHOE OUR BEST EFFORTS 1 .. I IAre

Majority of the. Czar's Battered Legions i I Convention of Head Camp of

Seem to Have Gained Tie Pass,I .. Jurisdiction I of This Great and

In Fifty Pound Sacks.ARMOV but Tens of Thousands Have Been II I Growing Order
I VALUES: put forth to the end that _: ;
Killed or Captured I II I Three hundred delegates of the ,

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R'S Xew York March 13.-Official Infor- I Woodmen of the World from South
i worthy be
every patron '
matlon from the Russian headquarters !I I Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Alabama may -
MEAT MEAL I Iin According to the dictates of fashion and the
weatner -
the field supplemented by dispatches !I will invade Savannah tomorrow with
I I Spring is here and as usual we are right up with both the weather properly cared f or.
POULTRY BONE from the Associated Press correspondents and the fashion their emblematic axes and hold the an-
m our Spring line ot ,_
with the of the Russian
" army emperor -
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nual convention of the Woodmen of the
bL MEAT and BONE. showing that General Kuropatkin -
Ladies' and World, Head Camp, Jurisdiction L MUNROE & GHAMBLISS
after suffering by far the most severe Gentlemen's OxfordsIn BANKERS.
I For months the Savannah Woodmen
defeat of the war has succeeded
We Have Fresh Supply Patents Tans i have been at work devising means for
a as he did after the battle of Liao Yang, Pongees and Blacksin FLA.
OCALA
the entertainment of the delegates, andtht'y
Weekly of In: extricating the remnants of his army
have so far succeeded in layingout
from a position which military experts all tne latest styles and at prices that can't be beat.

ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS tuenty-four hours before believed Call in and let us show you the latest. one of the most elaborate pro- .
grams of entertainment that has ever
would result in its annihilation or sur-

"The Ham What Am." render.The retreat from Liao Yang has been W. J, CHAMBERS SHOE GO convention.been accorded The to a entire Southern city of Woodmen Savannah EDWARDS ,BROTHERSAT

will be thrown open to them, and
considered the most masterly ever executed -
any visitor wearing a badge of three
TEAPOT GROCERYUNDERTAKERS but it is far overshadowed by THE ONE PRICE HOUSE.
bars in red. white and black, the colorsof THE CITY MARKET -
this latest feat of the Russian general,
the order is sure to have one of the
who has taken personal command of ----'-- -'- ----

the troops. in the light of Oyama's victory?" A SINGER SURPRISEA finest A committee times of his from life. the Savannah Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis

After fighting for nearly three weeks, "The initiative I repeat, can scarcelybe
branches will be stationed at each of
losing in killed wounded and missing, looked for from Tokio," he replied.ROWE'S tremendous
In the
drop price of
the railway stations, whose duty it will
AND probably a third of his army, or nearly Singer sewing machines, but none In be to meet all the delegates and score WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY
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10 .OOO men and a fourth of his artil-
The
quality. 60
LITTLE BONANZAI $ machine reduced to them to the hotels, where special pre-

If-ry. Kuropatkin gathered what was $48; the $&5 machine reducd to J53. Call partitions have been made to receive AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
EMBALMERSWe left together north of :Mukden and is wish to at headquarters, the
thank Helvenston-
the people who have them. They will then be furnished
taking them toward Tie Pass through Blitch-Pasteur FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109 tI
patronized me in the past, and solicit Company. J W. Jack- with one of the badges which will make
a. rain of shrapnel, which is being their continued patronage, and that of son, agent
have two Registered Un- them a special object upon which each
thrown on them both right and left. '
their friends as well. 'I to fill
try orders local Woodman will lavish his hospI-
dertakers and Embalmers This he seems to have been able to ..
promptly with the best fresh tality. The head camp officers are:

AH work entrusted to our accomplish by resorting to the same meats, fish and oysters, poultry and I Head Consul-L. N Archer of Bir-

care will receive prompt and tactics which saved his army at LJao eggs, groceries, fruits, etc. Free de-I mingham.


'- skilled attention.fully guaranteed.All embalming A commenced by Yang.rail As and recently sending by road.as his Thursday That artillery night last north he he livery. Little Bonanza S. E. Rowe.PhoneRowe's Rome Head, Ga.Head Ad\'Iser-F.. J. Willtngham of BLOUNT REAL H ESTATE CO R



splendid stock of Caskets and destroyed by fire what he realized could THE ORIGINAL ft5taoRcE Greenville Banker-A., S. C. G. Furman of (INCORPORATED)

Burial Robes carried at all not be removed Friday morning. The
Head Clt'rk-R. S. Hodd of SumterS.
times.OCALAPURNITURECO. retreat was ordered, strong forces protecting Foley & Co., Chicago, originated BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BESTIN C. CAPITAL, 50000.

the rear and flanks. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung THE LAND FOR THE MONEY Head Escort-J. W. Simmons of Ocala Florida. -

This movement commenced on Friday remedy, and on account of the great ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE Tampa.' Fla.
morning, and as the Japanese forceson
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Head Watchman-C. H. Dame of TRACTS
"SUNNY JIM" SHOE AND INSISTON LARGE OFTIMBER
the east, which were to join hands
and Tar many imitations are offeredfor
Ocala, FH.
i "one No. 10. Night phone No. 94.
f GETTING IT.NASHVILLE.
with the western army and cut off the
the genuine. Ask for Hon-
Foley's Head St'ntry-Y. L. Adams of Talla-
retreat, did not cross the FushunMukden ,
ey and Tar and refuse any substitute dega, Ala.

I wE'ne' For road until Saturday morning, the offered as no other preparation will RANCSES FARM and

Russians had a full day's start of their give the same satisfaction. It is mildly
COUGHED ALL NIGHT PHOSPHATE
WATCHESAnd pursuers, and having no guns or baggage laxative. It contains no opiates and is The Ocala Furniture Company has

to delay them, seem to have made safest for children and delicate persons. just received a new shipment of those
But Quickly Cured by Chamberlain'sCough LANDS .
REPAIRSGO good their escape. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. popular Nashville ranges, in two sizes.

TO- There is still, however, a chance of They are the best and cheapest range Remedy A Specialty.We .

General Kawamura's army taking a CREAMERY BUTTERThe ever seen in Ocala. "A few mornings ago Mr. J. G. Smith-

hand in the battle and should they erman, a good citizen of this place,
F. G. B. WEIHE Carmichael & Son. Co. keep will give special attention to
strike the Russians at Tie Pass or cut Fine Florida in bottles sealed came to the store for a cough medi-
constantly on hand, receiving a fresh I syrup ,
I
The Jeweler. their communications to the north the hot from the evaporator, 10c. per bot cine," says Dr. C. N. Parnell of Maples- LOCATING SETTLERSand
supply every two days, delicious,
disaster to General Kuropatkin's once pure I I tie. H. B. Masters. yule, Ala. "He was so hoarse that he will look after and supply their wants.
.
Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents
fine army would be complete per could hardly talk and said he had On our lists are many large and valuable tracts of Timbe
pound kept on ice. Phone No. 37.
W.C. BULL What part of his army the Russian PAPER-SHELL PECANSA coughed all the night before. I sold hima Lands for Turpentine and Mill locations.

general has saved is apparently not I bottle of Chamberlain's Cougb Rem- TOWN PROPERTY also for sale or lease.

Contractor and known at the Russian headquarters. All FOR SALE-Eggs for hatching, few more budded and seedling pe- edy and told him that if It did got relieve Our facilities for handling Real Estate are very superior.

Builder dispatches indicate that part of his from thoroughbred Barred Plymouth him he might bring the bottle Correspondence solicited.
cans left at Marion Farms' Nurseries.
force has been cut off. Rock chickens. Cockerels are from I back and get his money. I saw him the

Quick and Careful Estimates Made General Kaulbars seems to have extricated Biltmore Farms. $1 for 15 eggs. Mrs.I Now Is the time to plant them. I next morning carrying tie bottle to THE BLOUNT REAL ESTATE COMPANY.B. .

Box 64 Ocala. Fla his corps, likewise Bilderling, W. R Dreher, Micanopy, Fla. I J. G. Lege, Manager. the store where he works, and he told '

but not so Linevitch.The I me it did him more good than any medicine W. BLOUNT, Pres. A. P. STUCKY, Vice-Pres. '

Associated Press correspondentsays TEX BOB I!Everyone Interested I he ever used. For sale by the E. K. NELSON, Sec. and Treas.R .

the Japanese separated the first I In Poultry Postoffice Drugstore. S. Hall, T. C. Hall, E. P. Thagard, J. D. Robertson, J: N.

McNealyOffice and fourth Russian corps, and adds LA ESPUELA CIGARSPURE I Should call at 81, North Magnolia Tiller, L. Horne, Edwin Brobston, J. L. Young, C. Downing,

that could not be sent them. Their WHY PENSION W. Duval.
help Wm. Hocker and L.
street
HAVANA STOCK and inspect one of the finest in-
No. 12 Ft. King Ave. fate is not recorded and the Inferenceis I
APPLICATIONS ARE DELAYED
culators
ever put upon the marketPositive Office in Ocala House.
Postoffice Box 682 that they have suffered either defeat Made by the FamousLA
regulation; even hen temperature -

or capture. The censor no doubt took REGINA CIGAR COMPANYOF ; no guessing at ventilation or Martel, Fla. March 9, 1905. ---,-- ., --- -. -,-- ---, --, '- "--.. .' ---. ------- ,--,-. .-.'---.- ----, .-, -- ,- -,

out of the dispatch what really hap- moisture; clean, pure air for eggs and Editor Star: As the contents of the fIJI
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
pened to these corps. The first is! TAMPAA chicks.
This machine is
guaranteed subjoined letter from Governor Brow-

Stackelberg's old corps, which has Full Stock of All Theft Brands end I to hatch every: fertile egg placed In Its ard gives information to many ot our
borne the brunt of battle since W. P. EDWARDS
every
Incubators and brooders All
Cabinet Work a Specialty Grades Carried care. people who are interested, you will
Vanfagov, and the fourth under General
sizes, furnished on short notice. please kindly publish the same as a

Careful Attention Given to NonResident !* Zaroubaieff has also been in the NONE BETTER AND FEW AS GOOD matter of general information. At the City Market]

Properties. thick of all the battles. Rennen- I tl WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! H. W. Long.

kampffs fate is still in the balance. All of the Latest
.Order it now. .i>uc. and $1 per load State of Florida, Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetablesin

and The Russian Losses MAGAZINES AND PAPERS I Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32. Executive Department,
Painting Paperhanging
St. Petersburg March 13.-It is reported 1905. SeasonCity
I Tallahassee, March 1,
in the military clubs that General Ocala News Company and Ocala
We do all kinds of Painting, Paperhanging Ocala House Cigar Stand.' Hon. H. W. Long, Martel, Fla.: .
Kuropatkin has lost 300 guns and House stand have the celebrated La

and Upholstering. about 60,000 prisoners, besides about OCALA NEWS CO., Proprietors.ONE Espuela cigar, Grand Royal, Milo Deyo Dear Sir-In reply to your esteemed and Country Trade SolicitedFree

favor of 22, will that I
Let us bid on your work. Every job the same number of killed or wounded and other brands. Try them and you February say

guaranteed to be first class. Still Determined to FightSt. WOMAN KILLED ANOTHER I will be pleased. agree with. you that all. communications Delivery Phone t 2 t. .

addressed to the pension board, or any
:
Petersburg March 13.-The Russian -
KNIGHT & GILLETT
government and people are as determined Gainesville, March 13.-One of Dut-I other board, should be attended to as

Next to Chinese Laundry. ton's mines, near New berry, was the A ISTOF "
as ever to continue the war. early as possible. The receipt of appli-

The reigning family, through Grand scene of a horrible tragedy Saturday,I cation should be acknowledged at once,,
HARDW ARE !
I OCALA 'WAGON WORKSNow Duke Vladimir, has spoken and will be Lula Campbell killing Laura Staks by I NEW GOODS and any objection speedily made. I assure -
her vein and
cutting jugular inflicting
backed by the official and military White Rose Cocoa, /2 you that I will look into the mat-

is the time to have your Car- classes, while the feelings of the people,i i other injuries on her body. She died i White Rose Cocoa, trial size.,....10c ter of which you write and let :you

riage. Buggy or Wagon painted. even the advanced Liberals is expressed I from loss of blood in twenty mlnutes\\White Rose Asparagus, 25c and...35c know concerning it at an early date. line of
We do all kinds of Repair Work, The Campbell woman was arr We carry a foil and complete .
by the RUES, the organ of the I White Rose Asparagus Tips.35c I regret very much the delay in attending -
Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing. Liberal party. is! now in jail. Both were colored. I to the pension of the lady of
I I White Rose Sweet Wrinkled Peas..20cWhite
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS
Rubber Tires set by the Patent Goodyear While many were opposed to the war i Rose Stringless Beans....20c whom you write. My impression i Is

Machine. the Russian people would resent a sur-I READ THIS: I II White Rose Mushrooms..25cWhite that the reason action has not been

Automobiles painted and repaired. render to Japan.RUSSIANS i I Rose Egg Plums.25c taken is on account of a lack of funds, Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of

Bring us your work. We are pre- Ripley Tenn., June I, 1901. White Rose Lima Beans........20c the the two-mill tax now levied for WIRE FENCING

pared to do it better and cheaper than WILL GET NO REST I White Rose Okra. pensions is inadequate. The pension
Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis, Mo.-Dear'
anyone else. 'I White Rose Mixed, Sir: Having tried various remedies
Oyama Desires to Add Harbin to His I White Rose Oolong Tea, !yz lb. tins..30eI than S2S5.000 per annum and there are '
without results, I
satisfactory was per-
W. F. McATEER i
Prop. GOO or ;00 applications now on file to TURPENTINE
Collection of Conquests !suaded to give your "Texas Wonder" a i I
-" i I be considered, and I am satisfied thatit
I I trial. I have used one bottle, and all -I 0 K. GROCERY
Washington. March 13. With Muk-I l and MILL
H. R. HUNTER will be necessary to collect a four- .
; though my case is one of long standingI
den as his new base, Marshal Oyama: ;I mill tax to meet the requirements in a
I baffled the skill of the best physi-
has determined to push northward In I! CLARK BROS. Props. year or two. The fund is now short Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all finds.This
the direction of Harbin with a largepart I,clan yet it yielded at once to the "Texas many thousands of dollars. Sash, Doors .
t Wonder" which I heartily recommend -
GUNLOCKSMITH of his army in the effort to followup I With kindest regards and best wishes -
'I to all suffering from kidney and
his recent victory as rapidly as pos- Phone J74. I am, Yours very truly, is the Tool
1 bladder troubles. Yours truly,
sible and accomplish his one great purpose -j i 'I Napoleon B. Broward Governor.
i W. H. s
Bruton
of administering a really crush- \ NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY -FUR-

Repairing a Specialty. ing defeat to General Kuropatkin. I I Pastor Baptist church Ripley, Tenn. ARE YOU ENGAGED?
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This information has reached Wash-

ington from an authoritative source I A TEXAS WONDER MdVER & M&CKAY, Engaged people-should remember Fall and>i Spring Crops s ss:1

PURE MILKPure and accurately sets forth the present One small bottle of the Texas Won- I that, after marriage, many quarrelscan
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program of the Tokio war office. der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all I FUNERAL DIRECTORS be avoided by keeping their digestion -

The Japanese minister was asked 1 Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes in good condition with ElectricBitters. W7 We will Be pleased ,
Milk and Cream
what effect the battle of Muk Jen would I Gravel, cures Diabetes, Seminal Emissions UNDERTAKERSand S. A. Brown of Bennettsville, -

are among the greatestof have upon the ultimate issue of the Weak and Lame Backs, Rheumatism S. C., says: "For years my wife suffered JT: to see you at -all

war. j and all irregularities of the Kid- : intensely from dyspepsia, complicated times. ",
table delicacies. Theyare tsr
'For us it is but a chapter in the!i neys and Bladder in both men and EMBALMERS with a torpid lived until she lost

both RICH, PURE and great conflict, though a most importantone. :!I women. Regulates Bladder troubles in strength and vigor, and became a merewreck M7SRI0N H75RDW7SRE CO/

WHOLESOME if suppliedby ." the minister replied "It is difficult -j 1 children. If not sold by your druggist, Fine Caskets of her former self. Then she ,

for me to say how mesh the bat wlll be sent. by mail on receipt of $l. tried Electric Bitters, which helped herat SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacDUFF. :.
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tle of Mukden will contribute toward I 1 One small bottle is two months' treat- and Burial RobesAll once, and finally made her entirelyweiL : -
I 'il
peace for overtures for peace must merit and seldom fails to to cure any She is now strong and healthy."

THE HERMITAGE DAISY necessarily come from the other side."I case above mentioned. Work Done by Licensed Embalmers The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore sells and l fOIIY5K1DNEYCURE fOLE IIONEYAl TARj
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GEQ. B. TYLER Proprlttor. "Will your government suggest p ace Sold by all druggists. and Full Guaranteed guarantees them at 50c a bottle. Efftku KUatys cad Bladder Right ftscUldriai..../...If.ulc.w -"

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