The Ocala evening star

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


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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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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C. L. BITTINGER & CO. Congregation Heard Mr. Ham

Last Praise Service.
Night-Glorious .
C L. Bittingcr and R. R. Carroll Many Conversions in the After '

and Publishers Meeting.The revival. services yesterday and /fa t H

C. L BITTINGER, ]last night showed great increase in interest -

and advance in power. The peo- f
Editor and General Manager. ,
ple are outgrowing the stiffness and .

We pride ourselves on the stock of Groceries strangeness of a new work and enteringinto -

. R. R. CARROLL, We "ONLY THE the spirit of the meeting with all "
we keep. keep
. City Editor and Business Manager their energies.The (

BEST" and if anything bought from us is morning services yesterday and Wayfarer! ? "

Mlu Lime Frost the thoroughly not PERFECTLY satisfactory, return it today were especially helpful and In-

saleslady at Masters' has returned teresting. While primarily intendedfor .
and back.If _
get your money .
the instruction and inspiration of "
from her purchasing trip to New '.:
York where she made a selection of you have not done business with us, giveus the Christian, if there are unsaved -- c .""

spring fabrics and novelties that will a trial. Our delivery wagons make present the way to Christ is made so .

deeply interest the ladies of the city plain that almost without exception ,i "':- ,
prompt delivery. all have been converted.The .
and surrounding country.
song service for children in the

Rheinauer & Company's new advertisement afternoon is growing in attendance,

speaks for itself. Read It. Mr. and the singing of the little folks under -

selected the goods. the training of Mr. Ham is wonderful. -
Ben Rheinauer
H. B. Masters .
That means a good deal, and those who

have inspected the stock say that for Services continue at 10 a. m., and at Uneeda Biscuit

is the 3:30 and 7:30 p. m.
quality, variety and values It
Ocala Fla. All .
beat ever brought to Ocala, and now cordially welcome.SURRENDERING

on the shelves and for sale by this pop-

ular house. t BY THOUSANDS


Mr. C. H. Johnson of the Dodson Japanese, Like the Old Woman Who

Printers' Supply Company, is makinga Editor Star: Am too busy to call, so A. Petteway, Leroy; H. W. Long. Lived in a Shoe, Have so Many Pris- The best soda cracker made.

tour of the state and is in Ocala to- the Martel J. T. Brooksville J. Don't Know What Do
mal you congratulations on appear- ; Hedick ; oners They to

day. Mr. Johnson has been with this ance of last week's Star. It Is certainlythe D. Gregory and wife, Mary H. Gregory, _" i
New Chwang March 14.-Japanese
firm for sixteen years, has grown up newsiest newspaper I ever saw in a Princeton, Mass.; C. B. Crane and wife, '; ,.

with the business, which has developed town the size of Ocala, while Its splen- Caldwell, N. J.; Miss S. M. Stiles, Eliz- officers arriving here from Mukden say NATIONAL I.
that the Russian soldiers .
are surren-
wonderfully, and is now the largest of did make-up, clearness of type and abeth, N. J.; Mrs. S. W. Squire, Eliz- ,
dering in constantly increasing
the South. The house is a
Us kind In general mechanical effect could not be, abeth, N. J.; O. S. Prukut, New York; BISCUIT
stream and great bodies of men are
noted for its fair dealing and honor- excelled in any Philadelphia office. W. N. Young McIntosh; J. W. Hood
patron kneeling to beg mercy of the victors. COMPANYOXFORD
to its who
able treatment
ap- Wishing you the success that such a city; E. L Ryan, Jacksonville; T. R
and have become fast Starving, wounded and half-frozen
preciate same good piece of work warrants, I am, Canova, Jacksonville; J. C. Boozer,
friends of the firm, to which result Mr. I Russians, these officers say are hiding
Yours truly city; C. C. Rawls Montbrook; Mrs. R. I.
Johnson has contributed no small in the country side and as their escape a
H. C. Packham. D. Kezerta, St Petersburg; C. J. House, I i
I is impossible, they must either
Johnson is affable
part. Mr a very Leroy; T. L. Walden Walden; R. W.
Thanks Friend Packham, your good surrender or starve to death.
gentleman and very popular whereverhe
opinion is highly valued and for the Fuller, Ozark. The country is being denuded of pro-
success that has attended the Star the visions.

editor, with pleasure acknowledges the OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALSH. The question of transporting and car- .
Mr. T. F. Johnson of near Altoonawas
hearty co-operation of all who are in ing for the thousands of Russian pris-
in the city last evening and made
any way connected with the paper. S. Thompson and wife, W. E. oners is now engrossing the attentionof
the Star a pleasant call Mr. Johnson \
Pew, Cando, N. S.; C. J. True, Chicago; the Japanese authorities.It Millinery Announcement !II!
Is an energetic and persevering farmer -
C. B. Durborow, Chicago; R. L. Barnes is said that 40,000 will be sent to Splendid rains have visited us re-
and orange grower. Referring to the
Etna; Howard Pendleton, Rhode Island Japan, by way of Dalny, and large cently.Mr. .
"cold wave" he said his bearing trees I I will sell out my entire stock of fine Millinery during the next
; D. A. Clark Martel; W. F. H. numbers shipped from YIng Kow as Tom Winn is still very ill
went through it all right but he lost for business the line of
Y. Supper New York; W E. Carroway. soon as the Limo river opens. thirty days, or open most elegant
the buds he put in last summer. Mr. Rev. E. M. C. Dunklin filled his reg-
Georgia A. L. Glass, Gainesville; Y.
Johnson has embarked in the water- ular appointment at Belleview last
W. Ryan and wife, Indiana; D. Rich- Paris Importations For Easter
melon business, and has fifteen acres State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas Sunday.Mr. .
ardson, Richmond; W. M. McKeithen,
with the seed up. County-ss. J. wishes a mistake in Pearl's
J. P. Buie. Florida; A. S. Harris, Savannah ever seen in the South. Style perfect; prices the lowest, and shall
NOTICE OF SESSION Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he letter corrected. He was sick and did
continue offer business for sale thereafter. But I sell
; H. G. Keen, Dunnellon; M. H. my must
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Miller of Leroy is senior partner of the firm of F. J. not to Walter Perry's last Sunday.
Brown, Frankfort Ky.; Edward Holder, go hats for Easter if I am still in the business. I want to sell out, but
were in the city today, shopping. Mr. Ocala Lodge No. 851, Benevolent and Cheney & Co., doing business in the
Dunnellon; D. S. Woodrow, city; C. D. Messrs. J. E. Charles, John S. Perry will sell hats instead, if I can't help it, and will sell them
the fish city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid -
Miller, having retired from Elks
Protective Order business visitorsin
of Platt and wife, Miss Platt, Pennsyl- and Will Odell were
business is devoting his time to repairing and that said firm will pay the So For
Regular sessions on second and vania; J. M. Kennedy, Florida; C. H. Ocala last Tuesday. Cheap My Usual Elegant Goods g
his residence, carrying on his sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor
fourth Tuesdays In each month. Johnson, Atlanta; R. L Oliver Chicago There is to be a basket supper at the
farm duties and promoting a deal that each and every case of Catarrh
Visiting brothers cordially Invited. ; W. M. Clough Columbus 0.; J. W. Oxford High School building next Friday It Will Give the Country a Treat and the Ladies a
will add nickels to his coffers that cannot be cured by the use ofhall's

Next session Tuesday, March 14, at Stiles, Atlanta; W. H. Wyckoff, Missouri Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. night. It is given for the tbenefitof Rare Opportunityto

7:30 p. m. Edward Hiller, ; C. B. Knight, Georgia; L. S. the school
"Uncle Thad" and "Aunt Zanle" Dean Sworn to before me and subscribedin
Exalted Ruler. Scroble, St. Petersburg; R. H. Mc- I Mr. Rufus Perry of Pedro came in buy d magnificent hat without 'an equal in the land, at prices that
of Fort Myers are in the city, visiting my presence this 6th day of Decem-
David S. Williams, Secretary. Clung, W. O. Bellaire, Jacksonville; p.1 Monday morning to bring his daughter, will prove I want to sell out my business. I will consider an offer to
relatives, and are at present the guestsof ber, A. D. 1SS6. A. W. Gleason,
Jumeau. Floral City; Y. M. Hulme, Cora Lee, who Is attending school here. buy (and sell reasonable) for the next thirty days.Respectfully .
their niece Mrs. A. A. Winer. Mr. (Seal.. Notary Public.
We are to that Miss Elsie
Jacksonville.CHICAGO sorry say
and Mrs. Dean have been in the Fellow- Spring Millinery Opening, Friday and Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- yours,
.". Greggs is still suffering with the grip.
ship and Blitchton sections for several Saturday, of beautiful new goods. J nally and acts directly on the blood and
Prof. J. T. McBeath, accompanied by
weeks visiting Mrs. Dean's brothers, Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick. AND FLORIDA LIMITEDVia mucous surfaces of the system. Send MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS
his charming little daughter, went to
Mr. Simeon Sistrunk of Blitchton, father for testimonials free.
Ocala last Saturday.Mr. .
of our efficient county clerk, and Mr. HEADQUARTERS FOR THE Louisville & Nashville Railroad F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. .
O. O. Owens, formerly of this
Mrs.Dean Sold by all druggists, 75 cents. Take
Tom Sistrunk at Fellowship.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE CP. Only solid Pullman train, with observation place, but who has been employed in
is also a sister of Mrs. L. J. Lum- H':ail's Family Pills for constipation
and library cars from Floridato Coleman for the past three weeks,
mus of this city. "Uncle Thad" is 79 At Helvenston.Blitch.Pasteur Company St Louis the West and
Chicago, I came up Saturday to visit his better
years of age, healthy, Jolly, all wool
Northwest, with much quicker time SENATE IS HUSTLING half, but went back Sunday evening.

and two yards wide. than on any other line. All meals in The Oxford Literary and Social Club
: Where :Mrs. L. W .Jackson will be to
dining car; service, a la carte. Finest Washington, :March .-The Senate met last Friday evening. A feature of
present the adorable qualities of the
W. S. Spoon, the government expert !I dining/ car service in the South. will do its utmost to complete the San- the occasion was the debate on the
indispensable household necessity.: Sup-
road builder, who inspected Marion's Leave St. Augustine daily 8 a. m. to Domingo treaty ratification and ad- subject: "Resolved, That Columbus deserves -
plies of all kinds for sale. .
hard roads, in company with Sheriff Leave Jacksonville daily 9:30 a. m. journ this week."HUB". more credit for discovering

Henry Gordon and Hon. H. W. Long, Arrive Chicago next day, 4:30 p. m. America than Washington does for defending -

chairman of the board of county com- BABBITT METALWe Arrive St. Louis next day, 1:36 p. m. it." \ ft

missioners, yesterday, was well pleased have several hundred pounds of Also through Pullman drawing room The ShoeTHIS We are glad to say that Mrs. I. E.

with the work Marion is doing to Increase babbitt metal that we will dispose of to sleeping cars daily from Jacksonvilleon Martin is rapidly improving.
its mileage of good roads. The mill men at prices greatly to their ad- A. C. L. 8:05 p. m. Train to Bir- UtN :Misses Laura Cason, Edie Greggs and t \

new Orange avenue road was particularly vantage. Write or call at once. The mingham, Nashville, Evansville, St. Mattie Perry have been suffering with t

pleasing to him. Star. Louis, Chicago, on S. A. L., 8:55 a. m., the grip.

train to Pensacola, Mobile and New f? di Mr. Collier, the Methodist minister of

Mr. C. C. Rawls, the prosperous mer- "W oodmar Orleans. I this place filled his regular appoint-
Just received a carload of Old Hickory Wagons, the best on the market
chant, farmer and of If best service is desired ask for
orange grower v ofry0t ment last Sunday.
( yr for the least money. Also a full line of General Hardware. Give us a call

Montbrook, was in town this morningand Watches for ladies and gentlemen, tickets via L. & N. Blue Bird has IK en on the sick list inspect the goods and the price will do the rest.

reported business brisk along all from J1.50 to $70 each. A big line to For rates, Pullman reservations, etc., this week. Blue Bird.
BRAND ON A SHOE MEANS T. W. SMITH & CO. Hardware Dealers, Ocala Fla.
lines. Speaking of his Arcadia orange select from. A. E. Burnett the Jew- call on or write Geo. E. Herring, Fla.

grove, he said it was showing wonderful eler and Watchmaker Pass Agt, 206 W. Bay St., Jackson- SOMETHING! IF YOU WANT THE ._-
bloom while the prospects for a good ville, Fla. BEST FOR YOUR MONEY CALL


hundred and fifty desirable During November and December,
The great revivalist, Dr. Munhall, has
building lots for sale, located on Marion 1903, one-fifth of the death In New BUY THE
religious spirit is growing, and are having plenty of rain around left Jacksonville but the work goes on
Heights, just one mile due northof from
York and -
Chicago were pneumonia.
Ocala is getting to be the center of at- here now, and everybody is rejoicingover by others. There are now two revivals -
court house. The Kendrick hard road Foley's Honey and Tar not only
traction. This morning two new itThe in progress, one at the Christian
passes through the property. Also 600 stops the cough bat heals and strengtheis -
preachers appeared and held services, peach and orange trees are in church and one at the Methodist '
acres of good pine land, from 1 to 2 ,
the lungs an prevents pneumonia
in company with Rev. I. W. Ogle, in full bloom now. church, Jacksonville. HARDMANPIANO
miles north of court house, that will be so do not take chances on a cold wear-,
front of House. The
the Ocala morn- Mrs. Webber and little daughter,
cut up into small farms to suit the purchaser I I i Ing when Foley's Honey apd Tar
ing was dismal and chilly and the Mary, returned to Candler Sunday after' SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY away
This property is located on the will cure you quickly and prevent serious -
crowd smalL
was a short visit to Tampa.
Kendrick and Anthony hard roads and results. Sold by the Postoffice
Everybody around Candler is plant- Rates
is especially adapted to the growth of Drugstore.
Merchant M. Fishel made a phenom- ing velvet beans. Mr. Sellers will plant
11.95ATLANTA, GA.. and return.
peaches, grapes and other fruits, can-
enal sale of "Whole Proof Socks" the twenty acres. V
taloupes and watermelons. For prices Tickets on sale May 14 and 15, lImIted -

brand that is said to outwear almost and terms apply to Master Earl Marshall was in Ocala returning to May 20.LUMBER. SPECIAL RATES

any similar footgear on earth. He sold Monday.Mr. -
200 %-dozen packages, and when the Sullivan preached a good sermon Round Trip Colonist Rates to Texas,.
order went into the house it almost here Sunday.Mrs. Oklahoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory -

caused them to throw a fit. But then Malto Iron Tonic the blood enricher, J. N. Marshall has been quiteill IMoKEAN Co !
Each First and Third Tuesday
Mr. Fishel is an accomplished sales- for a spring tonic, at the AntiMonopoly but we are glad to say she is im-

man. Drugstore. proving.There is going to be a dance in the OCALA, FLA One-way the West and round and Northwest.trip colonist ratesto II TERMS TO SUIT THE PURCHASER -

Souvenir Card- at the Postoffice packing house at Candler Wednes- One-way colonist rates to Californiaand r
Jacksonville going to establish on I
parties are Telephone No. 121). We to do
prepared tuning'and
a $100,000 Red Rock ginger ale Drugstore. day night. The Ocala String Band will the Northwest from March 1 until are now

factory. Those deeply interested in the play. Everybody come. Ceiling, Flooring and Siding :May 15, 1905. repairing on short notice.

scheme are Messrs. Walton, White & PIANO FOR SALE-A good Everett Orange Blossom.A Special first class round trip rates to V

Co., wholesale grocers of Jacksonville, upright piano in splendid condition Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber, Colorado every day until May L Re-

and Messrs. Dodd and Hagan.: Atlanta aand tone. Will sell cheap for cash. FAVORITE REMEDY FOR BABIESIts turn limit June 1, 1905. i
Size and MUSIC CO .
manufacturers of this popular temper- Apply at this office. Every Quality.A The choice of the two most direct OCALA f

ance beverage. During the past year pleasant taste and prompt cures Large Stock of Shingles. routes and three gate-ways. 1

the Atlanta firm sold 253 cars of this R. D. FULLER L F. BLALOCK have made Chamberlain's Cough Rem- Union and Southern Pacific. i

ale, while the Jacksonville firm distributed edy a favorite with the mothers of small New Through Pullman tourist cars operated t

25 cars.ExSheriff FULLER & BLALOCK children. It quickly cures their coughs Machinery.Lath each :Monday from Birmingham, HATS OFFto

DENTAL SURGEONSOffices and colds and prevents any danger of Brick and Building. Ala, and three cars a week from
P. H. -eturned
Nugent pneumonia or other serious conse- Washington, D. C. to San Francisco -

yesterday from the East Coast and MI- over Munroe & Chambliss Bank quences. For sale by the Postoff ice Undersold by No One. via Atlanta Montgomery and the superb line of vehicles now on

ami, where he went to take a good lookat OCALA FLA. Drugstore.FOR New Orleans, without change. Effec- display la our salesrooms! Everythingthat

that with Methods Up to Date.
section He was pleased tive March 1, we operate every Mon- modern ingenuity has devised for

what he saw. He said that everythinghad Terms CashJ. RENT-The Max Newberger day and Wednesday Pullman tourist
comfort for style, for beauty goes into

the true Indication of a growing residence, occupied by J. Starr Stern- Business Growing Rapidly. cars from St. Louis to San Francisco these carriages, stanhopes, surreys 1r i

tty. He saw Ocala's old friend Mr. E. CHACE berger in the third ward, corner of without change via the Chicago and; / (
runabouts ::
Customer Pleased. drays, names sand lap
Felder Lang, and says he is Just car- South Third and Pine streets; an eightor Every Alton R. R., and the Union Pacific '
robes. Manufacturers have things
ried away with that country. DEt'iT AL SURGEONOffice nine room house; hot and cold baths, R. R., via Kansas City and Denver.
Rushed with Orders. down so fine these days that prices areaway
electric lights, all modern conveniencesand Ask for particulars,
down. May we show the lat
upstairs Ccmmerclal Bank you
E. L. Ryan of Jacksonville, master of elegantly finished. For terms and J. F.Van Renssalaer Gen.
Building Ocala. Florida< Come to Us Before Buying. Agt, est? .
transportation of the S. A. L Ry- wasa particulars address the Blount Real 13 Peachtree St, Atlanta, Ga.

guest of the Montezuma this morning. TERMS CASH :Estate Company. Orders Solicited. G. W. Ely T. P. A. S, A. STANDLEY & CO.



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Volume JO, Number 233. OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, J905. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year j


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THE RETURN OF THE FLAGS Japanese Continue to Press Them :::

Closely-Russian Losses, Over

In Pound Sacks. Now if General Miles and Mrs. Davis 150,000 ,.
Fifty ,
VALUES: Are. put forth to the end that r
Will Keep Quiet, We Will Have Tokio, March 11.-The latest dis- ,

Peace Indeed patches from the front show that the

HRMOUR'SMEAT: Japanese are following up their advan- every worthy patron may be
New Orleans, March 14.-Commandr .
According to the dictates of fashion and the weatner, tage gained in previous days of severe -
I>e of the Confederate veterans Spring is here and as usual we are right up with both the weather fighting, and keeping up a relentless properly! cared for.
has issued a proclamation thank- pursuit of the fleeing Russians. At
and the fashion in our Spring line otLadies1

.ng Congress and President Roosevelt least half of Kuropatkin's army baa
-a MEA'i and BONE. been killed wounded captured or de-
for the return of captured Confederateflags and Gentlemen's OxfordsIn MUNROE & GHAMBLISS' BANKERS. _
moralized. The remnants of those cut
and declaring there is no longera
off from divisions have been driven Into
We Have a Fresh Supply South and North but a reunited Patents Tans Pongees and Blacksin
the hills. Pursuit of these bands is OCALA, FLA. "

Weekly ofARMOUR'S country. The proclamation is a dignified kept up, and it is believed all must .,

loyal utterance that reflects great all tne latest styles and at prices that can't be beat. eventually fall into the hands of the

credit on the brave soldier who wrote It. Call in and let us show the latest.
STAR HAMS you Japanese. A dispatch received today

says: "The Japanese forces drove the

"The Ham What Am." TO IMPROVE THE PRIMARY W J, CHAMBERS SHOE CO. enemy completely out of the districts! EDWARDS BROTHERS

twenty-five miles north of Mukden yesterday -

State Democratic Executive Committee We are still pursuing the Rus-

TEAPOT GROCERYUNDERTAKERS Meets in Jacksonville, Thursday, THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. fans in all directions, inflicting heavy AT THE CITY MARKET

damage on the defeated The
enemy. ..
March 23

I-- Russians have abandoned countless Wholesale & Retail Butchets
(Jacksonville Metropolis.) CREAMERY BUTTERThe A SINGER SURPRISEA carts of supplies and ammunition. One Leading

The democratic state executive of the Russian officers of the Port Ar-

committee will meet in the Everett Hotel Carmichael & $on. Co. keep tremendous drop in the price of II I I thur garrison has been arrested for

in this city, on Thursday of next constantly on hand, receiving a fresh Singer sewing machines, but none in I i breaking his patrol. The officer was WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS ..

-AND- week to receive and act upon the reportof supply every two days, delicious, pure. quality. The $60 machine reduced to left at Shanghai and went to Sinmin-

the special committee delegated to I I Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per {48; the $65 machine reducd to $53. Call tin." CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON :

EMBALMERSWe suggest certain necessary amendmentsIn pound kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. at headquarters, the Helvenston- An Estimate of the Russian Loss

the primary law. Blitch-Pasteur Company. L. W. Jack FREE DELIVERY' TELEPHONE 109 ,1
Washington, March 14.-Two dis-
The special committee is composed of "
"Woodmar. patches have been received from Min-
have two Registered Un- true and tried democrats who are
ister Griscom, dated Tokio, March 12,
dertakers and Embalmers heartily in favor of the primary planof .
G. C. Crom of Ocala, agent for the which read as follows: "It is officially ,
selecting nominees, but they, like agent.Jg5ojJ5oes
All work entrusted to
our Atlantic Coast Line at that point, is reported that the Japanese army cap-
most of the democrats of Florida, seethe I
care will receive prompt and spending the day with friends in this tured 20,000 prisoners before the llth."
necessity of changes in order that
_ skilled attention. All em- city. Friends of :Mrs. Crom, who has I Another official report says the Rus- BLOUNT lit H TATE
there will be no frauds at the elections -
A been indisposed at an Atlanta hospital I sian losses are over 155,000, of which .
balming fully guaranteed.
and as little friction as possible. '
for several months, will be gratified to 40,000 are prisoners 26,500 are dead en ;
splendid stock of Caskets and There is a great deal of differenceof aTflYfflllrfE (INCORPORATED)
learn that she is greatly improved, and the field and there are about 90,000 oth- ""
Burial Robes carried at all opinion as to what changes are most
has returned to her home in Ocala. er casualties. CAPITAL 50000. .
needed, but the opinion prevails thata BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BESTIN .
times Gainesville Sun. Tired Troops Have Almost Gained Ocala Florida.
provision should be made requiring THE LAND FOR THE MONEY! -. "
Their RefugeSL
everyone eligible to pay their own poll ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE
OCALA taxes in person. The legislature must Petersburg March 14.-Dispatch-
from Tie Ling the are
es say
settle the question, and it is believed ,
Phone No. 10. Night phone No. 94. that this law-making body will abide Foley & Co. Chicago, originated GETTING IT.NASHVILLE. nearing there this morning. The Jap- -:

by what the party authority does in the Honey and Tar as a throat and lung anese are moving north from Mukdenin ,

premises.The remedy and on account of the great RANGES detachments. FARM and

For sub-committee is composed of, merit and popularity of Foley's Honey PHOSPHATE

WATCHESAnd the following members: From the first: and Tar many imitations are offered The Ocala Furniture Company: has COUGHED ALL NIGHT

YEIHe Congressional district, J. M. Young of' for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Hon- just received a new shipment of those LANDSSpecialty.

REPAIRS Inverness; William Hocker of Ocala,: ey and Tar and refuse any substitute I popular Nashville ranges, In two sizes. But Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's

offered, as no other preparation will' They are the best and cheapest A.
and L. E. Dozier of Leesburg. From the range Cough Remedy"A ..
give the same satisfaction. It is mildly ever seen in Ocala.
-00 TO- second Congressional district, Charles few mornings ago Mr. J. G. Smith-
laxative. It contains and Is
D. Tuten of Jasper; W. W. Farmer of no opiates erman, a good citizen of this place, We will give special attention to
safest for children and delicate
F. G. B. WEIHEThe Julee and D. U. Fletcher of Jackson-, persons. Fine Florida syrup ;In bottles, sealed came to the store for a cough medi-
Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. 1 I I
ville. From the third Congressional hot from the 10c. bot.I
I evaporator, per cine," says Dr. C. N. Parnell of Maples-
Jeweler. district Charles E. Davis of Madison; I tIe. H. B. Masters. vine, Ala. "He was so hoarse that he will look after and supply their wants.

E. A. Crawford of Midway, and W. T. TEX BOB I could hardly talk and said he had On our lists are many large and valuable tracts of Timbe

of Lands for Turpentine and Mill locations.
Hendry Perry. PAPER-SHELL PECANSA coughed all the night before. I sold hima
Chamberlain's Rem-
bottle of Cougb
ARE YOU ENGAGED? Our facilities for handling Real Estate are.very superior.
Contractor and HAVANA STOCK few more budded and seedling pecans edy and told him that If It did pot relieve Correspondence solicited.

left at Marion Farms' Nurseries. him he might oring the bottle

Engaged people should remember Made by the FamousLA Now Is the time to plant them. back and get his money. I saw him the THE BLOUNT REAL ESTATE COMPANY. ,

Quick and Careful Estimates Made that, after marriage, many quarrelscan REGINA CIGAR COMPANYOF J. G. Lege, Manager. next morning carrying tLe bottle to
be avoided by keeping their diges-
the store where he works, and he told
Box 64, Ocala. Fla tion in good condition with Electric TAMPAA B. W. BLOUNT, Pres. A. P. STUCKY, \ice-Pres.
me it did him more good than any med-
Bitters. S. A. Brown of Bennettsville, I Everyone E. K. NELSON, Sec. and Treas.R .
Full Stock of All Theii Brands end icine he ever used. For sale by the
S. C., says: "For years my wife suffered I In Poultry ice S. Hall, T. C. Hall, E. P. Thagard, J. D. Robertson, J.: N.
: J. McNealy intensely from dyspepsia, complicated Grades Carried I Should call at 81, North Magnolia Posto Tiller, L. Home, Edwin Brobston, J. L. Young, C. Downing,
Wra. Hocker and L. W. Duval.
with a torpid lived until she lost her
NONE BETTER AND FEW AS GOOD street, and inspect one of the finest in-

Office No. 12 Ft. King Ave. strength and vigor, and became a mere I culators ever put upon the market. CLYATT MAY BE CLEAREDHe Office in Ocala House.

wreck of her former self. Then she All of the Latest Positive regulation; even hen temperature -
Postoffice Box 682
Trial in the
Will Have a Second:
tried Electric Bitters, which helped ; no guessing at ventilation or

at once and finally made her entirely MAGAZINES AND PAPERS moisture' ; clean, pure air for eggs and Peonage Case
CONTRACTOR AND, BUILDER well. She is now strong and healthy." chicks. This machine is guaranteed Washington, :March 14.-The supreme

The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore sells and Ocala House Cigar Stand.I to hatch every fertile egg placed in its court of the United States, in the case W. P. EDWARDSAt
guarantees them, at 50c a bottle.
I I care. Incubators and brooder, ill of Samuel M. Ci'att's.. the United

Cabinet Work a SpecialtyCareful OCALA NEWS CO., Proprietors. I sizes, furnished on short notice. States, in the opinion read by Justice

I We have a complete stock of the Na I Brewer, held the United States peon- the City Market
Attention Given to NonResident
tional Biscuit Company's delicious PIANO TUNING WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! age laws to be constitutional and reversed '-
Properties. H. B. Masters. t Fish and
package goods. The Ocala :Music Company have ex- Order it now .We and $1 per load. the decision of the United States Fresh Meat, Poultry, Vegetables :

perienced men in their employ who will i Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32. circuit court for the fifth district, hold-

Painting and Paperhanging' TWO SILLY YOUNG PEOPLEAn tune your piano Right, and put it ink I ing the case in question to come under in Season :

interesting episode in real life, first class condition in every respect, Ocala News Company and Ocala these laws.

We do all kinds of Painting, Pa- bringing out the results of domesticinfelicity making any repairs that may be need House stand have the celebrated La In this case two negroes were arrested -
Trade SolicitedFree
perhanging and Upholstering.Let I has come to light throughthe ed. Their work is all guaranteed fully. Espuela cigar, Grand Royal, Milo Deyo under Georgia warrants in Florida City and Country

arrest in Tampa by Deputy Jamesof Patronize your home merchants. I and other brands. Try them and you and returned to Georgia. The chargewas '

us bid on your work. Every job I J. P. Myers and his sister-in-law, will be pleased. that they "were returned to a con- Delivery Phone J2J.

guaranteed to be first class. Kate Leislc. dition of Justice Brewer said
I Among the visitors to the city yesterday peonage.
The parties belong near BrooksvHle, "return" to that con-
could be
KNIGHT & GILLETT I was W. W. Yates of Anthony. Mr. there no
In Hernando county, and were arrestedat A LIST dition, and on that ground the verdictwas
Yates is a member of the firm of the
Next to Chinese Laundry. the home of Captain Cuddings, near I reversed and the case remandedfor
Decker Cantaloupe Company, extensive I
Stemper, in Hillsborough county, yes trial. HARDWARETW
a new
growers of the famous Rocky Ford can OF NEW GOODS :
terday. They are now in Jail at Tampa. I

OCALA WAGON WORKSNow The trouble arose in this wise, says taloupe. The firm expects to plant 100 I White Rose Cocoa, '/2 l Ibs...........25cI

seres of melons this year, and expect i:White Rose Cocoa trial size....,.10c ATTACKED BY A MOB
the Tampa Times: Less than a year .
is the time to have Ca.rrlage.
your as formerly, to receive good return I I and beaten. in a labor riot, until cover- line of
Buggy or Wagon painted. ago Myers married a girl named Leiskin I, White Rose Asparagus, 25c and....35e carry a fall and complete
They have a large general farm at i ed with Chicago street car con-
I soles a
We do all kinds of Repair Work Hernando county, the sister of the 1 I II White Rose Asparagus Tips........3Sc :

Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing. one now in prison.He I Decker, Ind-Gamesvllle Sun. !I White Rose Sweet Wrinkled Peas..20e ductor and was applied soon sound Bucklen's and well."I Arnical Salve use it HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS

continued to reside with her until ,White Rose Stringless Beans..20cWhite
Rubber Tires set by the Patent Goodyear in family," writes'G. J. Welch of
about February :20, when he and the REND THIS: ( Rose Mushrooms..25cWhite my Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of ;
Machine. I
:younger sister, Kate eloped and came Rose Egg Plums............25c Tekonsha, Mich., "and find it perfect"Simply

Automobiles painted and. repaired. to Hillsborough county. They gave White Rose Lima Beans..........20c great for cuts and burns. Only WIRE [FENCING

Bring us your work. We are pre- themselves out as married,and the man I I Ripley Tenn., June 1, 1901. .White Rose Okra. .. ...........15cI 25c at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
pared to do it better and cheaper thantul'one Dr. E. W. Hall.-St. Louis, Mo.DearSir PHOSPHATE
engaged himself as a field hand to i I White Rose Mixed, /2 Ib. tins .,....3Oci
else. : Having tried various remedies
Captain Cuddings, while! the girl wentto i White Rose Oolong Tea, l/z lb. tins..30c CATTLE KINGS OF DeSOTO
without satisfactory results, I was persuaded -I TURPENTINE

W. F. MeATIER, Prop.I work as housekeeper Captain Cud- I to give your "Texas \Vonder" a -
dings being a bachelor. I 0 E GROCERY I King Brothers Invest Another .Hundred and MILL
i ,
I trial. I have used one bottle and although .
Since the date of their elopement the I Thousand in Beef and Pasture
my case is one of long standing
H R. HUNTER father of the girl has been sending ;.
I that baffled the skill of the best Ph5i-1 The Arcadia Champion in relating a Sash Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden]! Implements of all Kinds.
letters everywhere trying to locate the I CLARK BROS. Props.Phone ,
cian, jet it yielded at once to the 'Tex deal that occurred last week which
-.GVrr_ erring couple. Acting on infOrmatlon'1 I as Wonder," which I heartily recom-I makes the sons of the late Ziba King
Deputy James went out This is the Tool
N? -and-- I mend to all suffering from the "cattle kings" of Florida, says:
last Thursday and found the girl at : I J74. "
i'1 bladder troubles. Tours truly. I "W. W. Langford this week sold his .
home. ,r
the Cuddings
LOCKSMITHRepairing !I, W. H. Bruton. NEXT DOOR TO BENUS* BAKERY entire stock of cattle, consisting of FOR-
He asked her name and she replied ,i
I iI I Pastor Baptist church Ripley, Tenn. I about 7000 head and 33,000 acres of

I a Specialty. "Mrs. Myers." Lat r. however, she admitted I ---- I II pasture lands to the King Bros for Fall and Spring Crops :
that the name was
I A TEXAS WONDER I MdVER & lUftY something like 100000. The cattle goat
the deputy her real name, and informedhim I
$10 head. -
that Myers was working in the One small bottle of the Texas Wonder -! per
PURE MILK This is a cash deal, and is probablythe
fields. I Hall's Great Discovery, cures all I II FUNERAL DIRECTORS largest transaction of the kind ever We will be pleased

and Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes I
The deputy arrested both parties
Milk and Creamare I UNDERTAKERSand made in the county. to see you at all .
Pure brought them to Tampa. They are now Gravel, cures Diabetes, Seminal Emissions man "
"W. W. Langford is a quiet .
among the greatestof in jail and will remain there until returned -i Weak and Lame Backs' Rheumatism whose possessions have not made him times. .::

to Hernando county to stand J and all irregularities of the ,Kidneys .
EMBALMERS egotistical The King Bros >
table delicacies. They proud
in both and i
triaL J and Bladder men CO .
i of HARD3tsLARH
"cattle" Kings
f the
will now be truly 7VS75RION:
are both RICH PURE and Both parties made a statement to the i women. Regulates Bladder troubles in Whiddens have
) title that the
Fine Caskets DeSoto. a MacDUFF.
If not sold by druggist, SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD &
deputy, in which they admitted that:children. your from
if wresting '
WHOLESOME supplied sometimes came near
they were not married, and that their I will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.
and Burial RobesAll them.
by action had been prompted solely and!One small bottle is two months' treat-
I "We do not know what Mr. Lang-
entirely from love. went and seldom fails to to cure any gO fOLmIlOmAD7AR ,
THE HERMITAGE DAISY I Work Done by Licensed Embalmers ford's plans for the spending of his .,.. ..,.,.. '
The man claims to be 22 years old. case above mentioned.Sold doubt he has them." Bikts Kidneys sad Bladder Right AI cAJld.Iul..,... 11.
are, but no
1 and Full Guaranteed money
vGEO. B. TYLER. Proprietor. The girl Is 16 and is very pretty. by all druggists. .-;-..'"



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A. H. MARSH, Assistant Manager. 8 inches wide, 10 cents ". 5-in. Taffeta, J5c.


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(Branch Commercial Bank. Jacksonville.)
Ladies', Gents'and
Children'sLOW .."
We are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers 'Any Accommodations Con- :->- ,

sistent With Safe Banking. UP-TO-DATE STORE. r :I IX :


Interest' Paid on Time Deposits. Safety Deposit Vaults for Rent

I, For Spring and Summer. We present a superior line of goods in our various depart- ':

OCALA OCCURRENCESWoodmen I I I WEATHER FORECAST Oxford.Latest Your inspection is invited. ments that should appeal to the most discriminating public. -" >

Washington March .-Partly clou- College The many novel, handsome and practical things in our Dry

meet tonight. I dy tonight, showers in southeast por- Pattern. pvenstoiiPttsteuiBASEBALL ij [ [ Goods Department, stand in a class by themselves. Never be-
tion; Wednesday fair and warmer in Extra large Eyelets. -

r,, Salted peanuts at Taylor's. north and central portions.The Very Stylish . s s fore have we had such a variety of exclusive materials for Easter .

Vanilla Ice cream at Taylor's. Sovereign Vistor, the official organ h you want something;distinctive, G jOffi1JJfl1 dresses. Our offerings comprise the following new weaves :
individual, come and see this shoo -
of the Woodmen of the World in
Odd Fellows meet this evening. Printed Chiffons 46 inch $t.25. .
Its last issue presents a cut of our Car- ,

ter II. Dame speaks of his standingin TEAM TO REORGANIZE MILLINERY OPENINGMrs. Embroidered Grenadines, 27 inch, 60c. _
store.A Hot.soda at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- ,I the Woodman order as division dep- I, Printed Gaze de Sole, 30 inch, 85c. ; '. '

uty and a member of the organization The Ocala baseball team will soon I Minnie A. Bostick returned last Embroidered Linens and Voiles, from 19 to 85c. -1 i

full line of cigars and tobacco. Tidings : doing committee for ,the and organization.the splendid work he is reorganize for the coming season, and I week from New York with one of the Printed Wash Silks, 25 inch, 60c. .. : <.
Judging from the amount of Interest most beautiful stocks of and -
and Co. great spring :
Printed Point
d'Esprit Nets, 49c., :,
taken in the national that has been .
game by summer millinery ever
All of exclusive and controlled designs in Floral and Conventional Patterns.
Mrs. H. C. McDavid Is out again aftera You have of Ocala's ball fiends, it is safe to assume offered for sale in this market. The
severe illness. had IIA that the Brick City will put on a team new goods comprise many lovely do- Organdies in endless variety of designs, S Oc to 59c

course -eII.iff this year that will not only be better mestic and imported picture hats, for Rajah Silk $J.25. Shadow Check Sicilians, $J.OO to $S.35.-

Pure fresh milk and cream at the than that of any previous season, but ladies, misses and children, which to Chiffon Taffetas, 27 inch. 98e. Brocaded Luisines 26 inch, 95c. '

Fort King DaIry.Postmastt'r CHOCOLATE CRE1M SOD! will win a bunch of laurels, and incidentally see is to buy. They are exquisitely Printed Silk Foulard 39c.
DEU10CS 1 ICE CREAM SODA a few coffers of the filthy lucre lovely, with an endless variety of chif- ,

Frank Long of Holder HOT' CHOCOLATE for the promoters. Among the fons, flowers and ribbons of many hues :

was in town today. At one of their many stores and con- young men Interested in the organization and designs. In ,Belts and Ladies' Neckwear carry the FINEST an '

sideredit the beat ;you ever drank are Asher Frank, Nathan Peyser, Mrs. Bostick desires us to announce
See the boomerangs at the Ocala Harry Bullock Forney Lancaster, that her spring opening will be held on

News Company's store. All Chocolate Drinks servedat Charles Moore, Frank Harris, Jr. Don FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, LATEST CREATIONS.'We i

Ford, Howard Clark, Mr. Shipman anda
our fountain are mada with MARCH 17 AND 18 .
IL G. Keen, marshal of Dunnellon, / number of others. cordially invite you to call and inspect the most up-to-date goods. .
< Chocolate and after on which dates the ladies are cordially
was in town yesterday.The The boys will begin practicing sometime
invited to call and see the new goods. /
their formula.! I this week on the South Third

Ocala Wood Yard supplies woodIn T. W. TROXLER street grounds, and the public is cor- RHEI1AUER: & CO .
any length. .Phone 32. dially invited to come out and lend PROFESSOR PATTY'S LECTURE '
Fruits, Confections, Cigars and Tobacoo -
t their encouragement to the boys.
Mr. Pope, the turpentine operator, Professor Patty of Chicago delighteda

went to Lakeland yesterday.The The Episcopalians held Sunday large audience at the armory last

IIr. C. H. Johnson of the Dodson school and services at Yonge's Hall night by his wonderful talk on wonderful CAPITAL
$50,000.00S '
Fert King Dairy Is now the Printers' Supply Company of Atlanta Sunday morning with a good attend- subjects, which are doing wonderful .
.. -
leading dairy around town. speaking of Mr. F. P Gaffney, formerlya ance, notwithstanding the unfavorable things for the world's bettermentand < :ate

job printer in Ocala, but now of At- weather. Hon. W. W. Hampton and advancement.Rev. HERBERT A FORD, President. '- ," .

Mr. J. G. Lovell, a prosperous farmer lanta, said he was building up a nice daughter of Gainesville were among W. C. Lindsay, the potent factor GEO. H. FORD, Vice President. I f

of Levon, was In town today. paying business. Mr. Gaffney is run- the congregation. of the Presbyterian church, under F. WATSON, Cashier. <.

ning his business on his own hook. Mr. whose auspices and labors the professor -

O. W. Reagan came down from his Johnson has just returned from the LOST-Lady's small gold watch, with was induced to come here, Intro-I

hard wood camp at Hague today. East Coast where he met ex-Editor B. name, "Priscilla Dawkins," engraved inside duced him in a neat speech, was
B. Tatum, who is making a bushel of the case. Finder will receive $5 indeed a compliment to the distinguished -

Mr. Simmons, Interested in phosphate money in the real estate business in the 'reward by bringing watch to Priscilla lecturer. It was done gracefully

Is here from Kansas City, Mo. Magic City of Miami. Dawkins, 31 South Orange street i and acceptably.Then .
I followed the lecture, which told
Try our hams and breakfast bacon. Our prescriptions are compounded b; Tom BarnesTlinstrels will strik't'h 4,many things about the wonderful subjects -
the best H. B. Masters. of wireless telegraphy, radium and
We sell only registered pharmacists only, from,4e stage one month from today. Tom hasa
purest drugs obtainable. AntiMonopoly talent/ that will kick the minstrel ,liquid air, and for two hours the audi- J. K. CHRISTIAN R.' L. ANDERSON

FOR RENT-Two cottages. Applyto Drugstore.The I beam so high/ulvon't come back Tom !!e ce-was held surprised at the marvels Directors GEO, MAcKAY. ED HILLER.

Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 95 South Third St is a favorite //n tb>-srhool room, a uipolded. and what wonderful things : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD;
tick tf for the of earth. R. S. HALL.
late Juvenile Minstrels In trusty Star aM"fer and an all roun ) was doing people ,
The issued two It would take a page to do the lecturer
county judge mar- $18.25 and divided the proceeds anjong minstrel youth. This is no paid netfce.. I
riage licenses yesterday. Both colored. Its star performers.The /" justice and give a clear exposition of .
what he said and did.
Exquisite china in the finer grades of
FOR SALE-Three fine milch cows. Marion Hardware Company has Dr. Newsom had a touch of liquidair HOUSE FURNISHINGS
imported ware. The prices are very
Inquire of B. H. Seymour, Ocala Fla. the following bulletin posted: "Cold applied to his hand and today bearsa
low. A. E. Burnett
wave coming; buy your heaters here." diminutive blister as a mark of respect -

W. N. Young of McIntosh was registered to the wonderful power of the
Out stock of Furniture and House
., at the Montezuma this morning. Spring Millinery OpenIng Friday and newly applied science.E. Furnishing

Saturday, of beautiful new goods. P. Thagard purchased a pound of

W. O. Bellealr of the Jacksonville Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick.Mr. llavi S.oodro radium for $5,000,000, of which he gen- Goods is second to none in the StateEVERY
r w donated half and
Vender Company, was in town last erously a pound as

night. Middleton, a hard wood man of the commodity is advancing so rapidlyin
Brooksville, was in town today, inter- value and we have all there is of this KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MAT. NESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES, -

Don't eat poor bread. Try a barrelof viewing Mr. Frank Reagan of the Ocala wonderful product we are worth just TINGS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE AND PORTIERc SADCLEC, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,

Iglehart's Swansdown Flour At H. rim and spoke factory. I $11,000,000 more money than we were CURTAINS, SCREENS, ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CAFRIAGE: FOR ANY PURPOSE.; ,

B. Masters.Mr. --" last night. In our way of thinking there I ; ,_ ,
The Fort King Dairy will deliver ROOM 12 P. 0- BLOCK is nothing too good for our radium LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,

milk or cream to any part of the city friend Thagard, and had this lecturer POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANG- BRICK, SHINGLES, CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MACHINERY
F. H. Robertson of the Oxford
before breakfast I reached Ocala ten days earlier our ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR- OF ALL KINDS.
Crate Co., at Crystal River, was In .
friend would today be the instrumentof
town today. OCALAFLORIDA
Mrs David Ottensosser, who has beena radiating Senator Brown out of his
well and of all kinds done
Pumps for irrigating plants complete. guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles Pey- seat instead of Dr. Baskin. Deep drilling, contracting: building ,

ser, left today for the East Coast to All the same the lecture was a treat
Write or call on us for prices. Marion under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates -
Hardware Company get a glimpse of that wonderful resort. I REAL ESTATE and those who enjoyed and appreciatedit

She was accompanied by Mrs. M. : are due Dr. Lindsay a vote of thanks. anything need.MOIVER
I on you -
Strauss. When you want a good thing commendus
Mr. McDowell, the mill and crate man LOANS
to the good doctor.
at Oak, was In the city today, and reported -
business brisk. Fresh arrival of shad, spring chickens & MACKAY
celery, cauliflower and lettuce, at INVESTMENTS LOST-Scotch collie shepherd pup,
answering to name of Rex color, yellow -
Seed time Is here. Our seeds have the Elks' Cafe. If you want the best ;
with white collar. Reward for return OCALA: : F'hORIL .4 -
the reputation for being the best on there Is to eat come and see us.
to E. E. Cline.
the market Tydings & Co. -
Mrs. Jake Brown returned home today -
from her New Orleans, LaildsaSpecialty Mr. S. "". Petteway of Dunnellon a A CALIFORNIA BRIDGE FELL
Mrs. J. W. Pearson and daughter, trip to Phosphate
Mrs. Wright, went down to see Mr. Earl where she had a lovely time viewingthe well known naval stores operator, was A. E. BURNETT
in the city today.Headquarters H"-The
Pearson and family at Holder today Mardi Gras festivities. Of course Los Angeles Cal., March
,, Seventh street bridge spanning the '. ,
"our Jake" was made happy by the ....
Mrs. V. J. Shipman is here from sight of ills good wife. I tar Talcum Powders, Los Angeles river, In this city, fell yesterday "\
I a Eastman's Colgates ilennens', and with a crowd of people.All THE JEWELER
Braidentown. where she is successfully !
running the leading hotel of the place.S. Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice I Queenlins. at the Anti-Monopoly on the structure were precipitatedwith .
Drugstore. Drugstore. the wreckage of the bridge Into

Lovell an enterprising citizen of the flood-swollen waters of the stream Fine Jewelry Diamonds Watches Rings
builder, Rescuers at set to work to .
Levon. was in the city this morningand Albert Miller, who is representing the I have the following properties In Charley Shaw, the Dunnellon below. once ,
made the Star brightened our streets with his genial save the lives of the submerged ones, Cut Glass Handsome China Sterling
an appreciated call. Simmons Liver Regulator Company of Ocala and vicinity for sale: ,
presence today. His health is Improv among whom were a number of little
Philadelphia is spending a few dayswith
children. The bodies of two drownedones Silver and Hollow Ware.
Our prescription p&rrment Is the his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. %. Two-story house on South Orange ing. '
have thus far been taken from the -
most and has the
up-to-date most care- Miller. Mrs. Annie Martin
street, belonging to
ful attention of any In the city. Ty and next door to residence of D. S. Our stock of blank Docks, stationery, river. It is believed that several more TOILET ARTICLES :;
pings and Co. stationers' supplies is complete Call lost their lives.
corn-1 I on us. Ocala News Co.

let articles in the" .city.-.Tydlnga" and 3. All of block 22, Caldwell's addition SULLY DISCHARGEDFROM
Co. __ """" Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice BANKRUPTCY OPTICAL GOODS '
THE BOSTON STORE -:*'--, ,., to Ocala (one acre) being the :
property immediately north of Mr. J. Drugstore. .
Willie Mock, thei17-year-old son of li\\Moorhead's home. New York March 14.-Daniel J. Sully Watch Repairing a Specialty ,
Mr and Mrs W. a. Mock, is seriouslyill Spring Millinery Opening, Friday and and Edward Radley, of the firm of

with pneumonia, contracted from 5. The Lewis Plater workshop on Saturday, of beautiful new goods. cotton brokers, D. J. Sully & Co., were FLORIDAJ.

Something for getting t at thrffire at the Ocala Fur- South Second streets Mrs. Minnie A Bostick. yesterday discharged in bankruptcy.The OCALA

niture Company's store. discharge was granted without

the Little OneCHILDREN'S > | --- f 7: The Rogers place on the south- Count de Rhine, a distinguished no- opposition by the creditors and wipesout <-

ALL :U IJ. bargaInthrf't' west edge of town, consisting of two- bleman from one of "On the Rhine" all indebtedness.! R. MARTIN & CO.

ponies; will work anywhere; not afraidauto story house and 80 acres of land. castles, I is touring Florida, and has been .

( of or train. Also a number of good spending several days around Ocala, William Shaffer, a brakeman of Den-

SPRINGand milch cows. Call on D. M. Boney.J. 8. The Wade Hoard property, con admiring our Silver Springs and the nison, Ohio, was confined to his bed for

SUMMER DRESSES sisting of small house and lot. due romantic waters of the run. our turpen- several weeks with inflammatory rheu- GENERAL LIVERYMENFine

D. Robbinson of the Ocala foundry' south of D. E. Mclver's residence. tine farms and phosphate mines, and is matism. "I used many remedies he
r is very ill with pneumonia. Dr. Smithis equally pleased at the enterprise of our says. "FInally I sent to McCaws drug --
Now on Display in Our attending him. 9. 2&; acres of land on S. 10th St. merchants in the way they advertise store for a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Carriages, Buggies and Traps
of J. M. Meffert
adjoining property ;
Window. their goods and in consequence of the Balm, at which time I was unable to
suitable for subdividing Into lots; Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.
When bilious try a dose of Chamber idea told a very forceful story of the use hand or foot, and in one week's
known the Gamble place.
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and t as man who wished to get rid of his wife time was able to go to work as happyas

realize for once how quickly a first:. 10. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona SL. and have no embarrassing questions a clam." For sale by the Postoffice FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses

r class up-to-date medicine will correct t; next door to residence of R. G. Blake. asked, so confined her in a store that Dnigstoi
CALL AND SEE THEM. the disorder. For sale by the Postoffice. did not advertise, and sate enough to and Moles for Sale. Horses

Drugstore.The Giles' woodyard has the largest sup- all intents and purposes she was as \Ve have just opened up and have on
ply of stove and fireplace wood in the dead to the world as though she bad display one of the handsomest lines of Boarded by tie Month at Special Rate.

Fort King Dairy sells nothing: town. Three wagons running. Prompt been a mummy in some Egypt1. pyra- rugs and art squares ever shown In the
The Boston Store I J. R. MARTIN & CO.
but pure milk and cream. delivery and large loads. mid. The count is a jolly good fellow. city. Mclver & MacKay. ,





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E. L. Carney, Tax Collector, in Account DEPARTMENT
Giddings Says Its Prevalencein With Marion County: strain of Long Staple Sea Island Cotton is as fine cotton as you can

Sternberger & PhillipsWE America is a Proof of Superior get This year's crop averaged 697 pounds of seed cotton to make 300 poundsof -
County ProperFeb. R.v. J. E. A. Kwler Edrt
lint and sold in Charleston
Morality In Decem ber at 32c. per pound. Seed. JL25 per
6, tncollected..3 8367 70
bushel; ten bushels or over at $I per bushel Lab. Youngs Island S. C.
New York. March 14.-Professor S. March 6, by treasurer's receipt 6SO 91 Truth is mighty. Yes mighty

F. Giddings, who occupies the chair of :March 6, balance uncollected. 76S6 79 Yours respectfully WM. C. GERATY. Youngs Island. S. c. scarce.
sociology at Columbia University, declares Building Fund

that the modern system of mar- Mrs. Dilcy Graham is very sick on
Feb. 6, uncollected. .. .. .. .J 8637 70
riage is only of nominal monogamy, West Broadway.
March 6, by treasurer's receipt 6SO 91
and in reality a "clandestine polygamy. Atlantic Coast Line
Wall Paper 'Paintingand March 6, balance uncollected. 76S6 79 Isaiah Bellinger is very sick at his
He says society will have to pass
Polls and Licenses home in Jacobville. Call and see him.
through a season of what Dr. Park-

hurst calls ''tandem polygamy" in orderto Feb. 6. uncollected. .. .....$ 2679 00 i Let every member of Zion M.' E.

progress from the present stage of March 6, by treasurer's receipt 236 00 THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA church rally to the front next Sunday.
"clandestine polygamy" to a state of March 6, balance uncollected.$ 2443 00
-CONNECTIONSTO "'There is a way that seemeth rightto
monogamy. County School
a man. but the end thereof is the
divorce is
Professor Giddings says Feb. 6, uncollected.$20919 11 .
BUSINESS, AND WILL CHEERFUL. more common in America than in other THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannan Charleston, Richmond. way of death."
:March 6, by treasurer's receipt 1702 30
All Rail and Washington, the nee via Pennsylvania Ry.
LY GIVE ESTIMATES because American
countries women are
March 6, balance uncollected.19216 87 Call at the Mack House for comfortable

KINDS OF THE ABOVE CLASSES more decent and more moral than the lodging and first class meals.
women of other nations. County Road TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie

OF WORK, AND GUARANTEE SAT. These propositions are made by Professor Feb. 6, uncollected .. ... .. .$12551: 53 Flyer route via Atlanta. West Broadway.Get .

ISFACTION.WE Giddings In a defense of divorcein March 6, by treasurer's receipt 1021: 38 right with your brother, your ;

MAKE'A SPECIALTY OF answer to criticisms made by Bish- March 6, balance uncollected.11530 11 TO THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York Philadelphiaand neighbor and yourself and you are sure

Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington.
cp Potter, Rev. Charles H. Parkhurst Special Roads to be right with God.
Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
aid Rev. Morgan Dix. He insists that Feb. 6, uncollected. .. .. .. .$ 6275 78
Transportation Company for Baltimore and Phl1ad l- If an idle brain is the devil's work
divorce laws should be less stringent :March 6, by treasurer's receipt 510 69
Sign PairitWeatherproofPARIAN iiig Steamship phla. shop his Satanic majesty Is doing *
and he urges the adoption of an ancient March 6, balance uncollected 5765 09
hustling business in OcalaWe
Swiss law which required a mismated Sub Schools KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.

couple to live together as friends for a have not left town yet. We are
Feb. 6, uncollected..1 8766 15
year and then set them free if unableto March 6, by treasurer's receipt 594 68 Route of the celebrated trains, New York: & Florida Special. Florida and here collecting Star dues at the same

live in harmony. Professor Giddingssays March 6, balance uncollected. 8171 47 West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. old stand. Keep that in memory.

in his argument:
Quickest schedules, superior service. For information as to rates, sched- Several members of Zion M. E!
PAINT "The most unwarranted assumptionthat
State of Florida ules, etc.. consult the purple folder or communicate with T. C. White D. P. church are preparing to present their
the opponents of divorce are mak-
Marion County, A., Tampa: W. J. Craig. G. P. A..; H. M. Emerson. T. M., Wilmington, N. C. pastor with a bicycle. Names later.
ing and always have made is that the
I, S. T. Sistrunk, clerk of the circuit
alternative of divorce is an actual life- The Magnolia Restaurant is the
court, do hereby certify that the aboveis
long monogamy.: Any man at all familiar Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest place to get your choice meals and
a true and correct statement of thecollector's
with social conditions ought to lunches at living prices. W. L. Jones,
account with Marion county Via Chicago and Florida Limited.Solid
know that this assumption will not bear manager.
and the sub school districts, as the
examination. In al evolution of mar-
Investigate Before Buying same appears upon the books in my vestibule train of Pullman sleeping, observation, library, dining car Rev. J. B. Brown rector of St. James
riage all possible relations of the sexes,
Including polyandry and polygamy, office. and catches between St. Augustine and Chicago, via Atlanta, Chattanooga and Episcopal church is engaged in special
Witness hand and official seal
have been tried, and we are in the habit my Nashville. services at his church every Wednesday -
this the 13th of 1905.S. .
day March A. D.
and He is able divine
of congratulating ourselves that the T. Sistrunk Leave St Augustine.' ...... .... ....F. E. C. Ry... .. ...... ....80 a. m.
and of the relation he holds
Christian world has arrived at monog.1 Clerk Circuit Court. Arrive Jacksonville.... ........ ......F. E. C. Ry.. .. ... .... ...... :20a.m.
with his members.
amy. What It has actually Leave Jacksonville.... ..... ... .....A. C. L. R. R....... ... ... :30a.m.

Sternberger & Phillips is a nominal monogamy which too often CURED HEMORRHAGESOF Arrive Tifton...... ... ... ... .... ...A. C. L. R. R...... ... ...... :25p. m. WANTED good strong steady

in reality is a clandestine polygamy."The Leave Tifton... ..... ... ... ... ..G. S. & F. Ry....... ... ..... :30p.m. colored man to offbear plank from big

opponents of divorce are opposing THE LUNGS Arrive Macon, ... ..... ..... ... VG. S. & F. Ry.. ... .. ......:15 p. m. saw. Wages, JL25 per day of ten hours.

I progress. Human nature being 'Several years since my lungs wereso Leave Macon..... ..... ... ... ....C. of Ga. Ry. ..... ..... ..:%0 p. m. Also help to pile spokes by piece work.

Shop and Warehouse, 41 So. Magnolia St. what It is at present they will not make badly affected that I had many hem- Arrive Atlanta... ... ... ... .. ....C. of Ga. Ry..... ...... ..7:00 p. m. Rim and Spoke Factory.A. .

I the world monongamous by refusing orrhages," writes A. M. Ake !of Wood Leave Atlanta...... ..... ..... ...W. &A.R.R...... ..... .7:13 p. m.

redress of domestic grievances. They Ind. "I took treatment with several i Arrive Chattanooga..W. & A. R. R.... .. .....10:57 p. m. W. Walker the world champion

will merely keep it a while longer in the physicians without any benefit. I then Leave Chattanooga.... .. ...... ....N. C. & St. L. Ry. .....10:04 p. m. shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen

stage of clandestine polygamy."It started to take Foley's Honey and Tar Arrive Nashville.. .... ...... ......N. C. & St. L. Ry. .......3:13 a m. razors hair clippers and scissors and

is true that divorces are more numerous and my lungs are now as sound as a Leave Nashville.... .... .... .... .L. & N. R. R..... ...'. .. ...3:40 a. m. be convinced: of his superior skill. Ra-

RESTAURANT in the United States in pro- bullet. I recommend it in advanced Arrive Evansville..L. & N. R. R..... ..., ....8:10: a. m. zors honed and concaved In an styles.

portion to population than they are in stages of lung trouble." Foley's Honey Leave Evansville.... .... .... ......L. & N. R. R..... .. .......8:20 a. m. Call at No. 115 N. Magnolia street

other countries. But it will not do to and Tar stops the cough and heals the Arrive St. Louis..L. & N. R. R.... .. .......1:53: p. a. next S. A. L.

assume that the America npeople are lungs, and prevents serious results Leave Evansville. ... .. ...... ...E. & T. H. R. R..8:20 a. m. Mrs. Hannah Lampkin's little girl.

First Class Meals therefore more immoral in sevual mat- from a cold. Refuse substitutes. Sold Arrive Terra Haute..E. & T. H. R. R..... .. ...11:45 a. m. Petrona May, gave a birthday partya

ters than are the people of other lands. by the Postoffice Drugstore. Leave Terra Haute... ... ... .......C. & E. L R. R.. .... ......11:50a.m. few days ago to several of her-little

My opinion is that the exact contraryis Arrive Chicago.. ... ... ... ... .... ..C. & E. L R. R.... .. ......4:30 p. m. friends. About twenty were present,
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES the truth. I believe that one of the GRAHAMVILLERev. and enjoyed themselves. She is now

chief causes of the high rate of divorce This train is the standard of perfection in passenger service. For Pull- five years old.

in the United States is to be Kenny: filled his appointmenthere man reservations and other information apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry.,

St. Augustine, or Atlanti cCoast Line office. 138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. The K. of T. will hold Its regular
in All found in the high spirited character last Sunday and preached a very
Oysters Styles business meeting at the Odd Fellows'
maintained by American women. To interesting sermon. Quite a large
Hall, Wednesday night, March 15. All
be explicit. I mean that American women crowd attended.We .

Dining Room open until midnight. Personal will not put up with immoral or would like to have everybodycome NINETEEN HOURS NEARER officers and members are urged to be
I present, according to the rules of the
attention to orders brutal conduct on the part of their to Sunday school.
given special anything : lodge. B. J. Mitchell. C. C.; J. M. Wesley -
husbands that the women of other Mr. Marsh and Mrs. J. A. Brand of NEARLY A DAY SAVED.
'the market offers prepared for the table on K. of R. and .
lands, willingly or unwillingly, endure, Marshville attended preaching here

short notice. and that, I fear, the Christian churchin last Sunday. Via the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Green the tonsorial artist and

other lands has more than once in The Grahamville school closed last lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar Its horror of divorce winked at and Friday. Our teacher Miss Pugh. will Through to the City of Mexico by the and awet and my hair-cut Is the bestI

condone leave here this week. Iron Mountain Route Texas & Pacific, have two of the finest chairs that turn
2 trains 1 1 d 1 II
Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. The family has moved from Lovers : a International Great Northern and every way. Razors fixed in all styles

LIKE FINDING MONEY Lane and a certain young man is very j National Lines of Mexico.II Call and be convinced. West Broadway -

Special Price to Regular Boarders lonely now. Cracker.See I next to A. Smith.
0 Go via Little Rock Texarkana, San i
Finding health is like finding moneyso There is a good deal of Christian

THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO think those who are sick. When our immense line of picture Antonio, Laredo and Monterey. work for believers in Christ in the cityof
II Iii n 1' Carry Through Sleeping Cars (No
ycu have a cough, cold, sore throat or frames and mouldings. An endless va- O Ialn change at the Mexican border.) One Ocala Hundreds of people who do

chest Irritation, better act promptly, riety of design, size and finish, and not attend church save at a funeral or
At McGrath's Stand arrives Mexico City at 10:50: a. m,
like W. C. Barber of Sandy Level, Va. price. We frame any picture in price, special gathering, should be reached.Let .
the other at 7:30 p. m.
He says:: "I had a terrible chest trouble, accordin gto your ideas. Mciver & all who are working for the Master

caused by smoke and coal dust on my MacKay. Tourist Tickets on Sale to Mexico and California the Year Round .I make a special effort to reach them.

lungs; but after finding no relief in
Through Sleeping Car DAILY St. Louis to San Francisco On Wednesday, m the Cow Pond
LAJMBeRROUGH other remedies, I was cured by Dr.
settlement, a rogue entered the home of
King New Discovery for Consumption Colonist Tickets
a THE s I. E REHLANDER, Minnie Stephens and stole the follow

Coughs and Colds." Greatest sale On sale to California, Traveling Passenger Agent, ing articles: One high-top black hat

of any cough or lung medicine in the Oregon and the North- 34 West 9th Street
OR DRESSED and a yellow hat with silver letters Inside -

world. At the Anti-Monopoly Drug- TEXAS PaCIRC west March 1 to May 15. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. one gold plated openfaee watch

store; 50c. and $1; guaranteed. Trial
See or Phone fop and double link chain, with klr, two
bottle free.
'o RAILWAY black-handled razors with piece broken -

CHEAP RATES TO out of one blade one pair of gold-
"W oodmar." rimmed spectacles, one small and one

The Great Eastern large gold ring, one silver watch chain,
PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla. California and the Northwest
GRINER FARM and Western Line pair silver tweezers, bunch of keys-

four fiat and two round with hole.

Sunday school was poorly attended Across the Entire States ol THE NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY Anyone coming across any of these, notify -

DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBAND last Sunday on account of the rain. I "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE." James Stephens, Robert Lagree or

Rev. Plummer also failed to make his IEXA und I Robert Graham and receive reward.WOMEN'S .
Or Father or Brother ? appearance, much to the regret of those $ LOUISIANANO Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest. ..
: Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable.
present. KIDNEYS

If so, let us show you how to cure them of the terrible curse of drink. Messrs. Bert Murphy and John Scarborough TROCBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS $55.10-Portland, Seattle, Vancouver and British Columbia points. Women are more often afflicted with

APPLETINE never fails to cure, and the beauty of this is, that the patient $49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte, Anaconda. Missoula: and intermediate
returned home
Saturday even- Direct Line to kidney disorders than men, but attrib-
never knows how he stopped the drink habit Treatment and directions sent points on the Northern Pacific Railway.
ing after spending several days at
ute the symptoms to diseases peculiar
postpaid on receipt of J2.: Regular price $5. All communications confidential. NORTH TEXAS $+*.7D-San Francisco Los Angeles, San Diego, Benson Phoenix Pres-
Sharp's ferry and
to their sex, while in reality the kid-
cott, Tuscon Denver Colorado Springs, Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque.
GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 10S3 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. Miss Willie :Murphy returned home NEW MEXICO: neys are deranged. Nervousness headache -
The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. Proportionate Low Rates From
last Friday after a week's visit to her ARIZONAand puffy or dark circles around the

uncle. Mr. C. C. Priest, at Kendrick.The All Florida Points eyes, pain in the back. are signs of

children of :Mr. and Mrs. James kidney trouble that must not be Ignored
Air-Line The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, -
Seaboard Luffman have been very sick for some CALIFORNIA or a serious malady will result -
Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains with
Ry. dally through sleepers to St Louji:
time, but .
are now Improving.John Foley's Kidney Cure has restoredthe
Scarborough is now supplying i health of thousands of weak, ner-
i Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m, via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry.
Anthony and Oak with strawberries, E. P. TURNER broken down women. It stops Irregularities -
-FOR- vous
Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. m. via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry.
and will soon have enough to supply
and strengthens the uri
-. General Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets sale March 1 to
Passenger Agent are on May
Savannah, Colombia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, Ocala. nary organs. It purifies the blood and
DALLAS, TEXAS 15, inclusive, and from September 15 to October 31.
Anson Halsell made a business tripto benefits the whole system. Sold by the
Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Ocala Saturday. For maps, schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker Florida
Postoffke Drugstore.
and New York. Passenger Agent, "Dixie Flyer" Route Jacksonville Florida.
Miss Agnes Luffman visiting relatives L.ALEXANDERPractical J

at Fellowship.The .
infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I PROVED SERVICE Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter -
Murphy has been seriously ill for the
past two weeks.! CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful
Notice is hereby given that Horn,
:Mr. Carl Priest and Miss Katie Lid- to Hot Ark.VIA i
SEABOARD EXPRESS estimates made on all contract Memphis Springs Norman & Co., purchaser of tax certificate -
don of Anthony passed through Griner ,
irork. Gives more and better work for No. 830. dated the 2nd day of
Saturday on their to Ocala.
SEABOARD MAIL way 'he money than any other In town. June, A. D. t10!. has filed eald certificate -
We hope to see a large crowd at
in my office and has made application -

prayer meeting next Thursday evening. THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM for tax deed to issue in accord-
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTThe George Luffman went to Ocala :Mon-
day. Rosebud. IKE TOMPKINS ance with law. Said certificate em-

Seaboard Florida Limited Is a solid vestibuled train, composed ex- Morning train leaves Memphis 10 a. ra, reaching Hot Springs 3:45 p. m. braces the following described property -

fclusivelY of new Pullman equipment dining car, double drawing room sleepers Carrie obirrvatlon. cafe car, Pullman parlor car and day coaches. situated In Marion county Florida
Has a well selected! stock of !
stateroom and observation cars, operating between St Augustine and GOT OFF CHEAP NIGHT TRAIN to-wit: Nw>4 of swtt sec 28, tp 17. r

Jacksonville to New York via Washington; leaving St Augustine 12:10 p. He may well think he has got off Fresh Meats ot all kinds. I 20. The said land being assessed at
teavaa MewphU 8:30. reaching Hot Springs next morning. Carries Pullman
nu and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays. cheap who. after having contracted Indigestion the date of the issuance of such certificate -
Vegetables and Greens. drawing; twin, IIP4'J't'r| and day coach. '
or constipation, is still able In the name of Mrs. J. H. Williams.

f, ONLY LINE to perfectly restore his health. Nothing Fresh and Salt Water Fish rccctv Hcc that tour ticket reads via THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM" from Unless said certificate shall be

Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans I will do this but Dr. King's New Life ed every day. Cedar Key Oysters MfnU'hK tlt&trtYl&\'oldlnr change of depots at that point. redeemed according to law tax deed

For Information and sleeper reservations, call on any agent Seaboard Pills. A quick, pleasant and certain received daily. Leave your orders ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES IN EFFECT DAILY will Issue thereon on the 15th day of '

or write: cure for headache constipation, etc. with me. Prompt delivery. April A. D. 1905.
A. O. MACDONELL. A. G. P. A. S. C. BOTLSTON, JR., P. A, :25c! at the Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore; I I Witness my official signature and
guaranteed. J E TOMPKINS seal this the 13th day of March A. H1S05.
Jacksonville Florida -- -- S. I* PARROTT Dist. Pass. Agt & T. Sfeiraak.

JACKSONVILL FLORIDA Nuts fruits and candles at Taylor's. v" Utv Market. No. 6. N. Pryor St, Atlanta Ga. Clerk Circuit Court Marion\Co.. FUu

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