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
Physical Description:
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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A. H. MARSH, Assistant Manager. 8 inches wide, JO cents 5in. Taffeta, J5cRHEINAUER'S


(Branch Commercial Bank Jacksonville.)

Ladies'>< Gents1and

Capital, 100000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $37,83537 .

W. are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any Accommodations Consistent a. ".- -

-1 With Safe Banking. UP-TO-DATE STORE. : P

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r I 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

t Latest Your inspection is im'ited.College ments that should appeal to the most discriminating public.

I I Oxford. r The many novel, handsome and practical things in our Dry -, .
Washington March 15.-Partly cloudy -

peanuts at Taylor's. tonight and Thursday, with occa- Pattern llo11JnstoJj4kiSt8li[ Goods Department, stand in a class by themselves. Never before -- :

Vanilla Ice cream at Taylor's.Hot ional showers. Extra large Eyelets. l l have we had such a variety of exclusive materials for Easter -, !

Very Stylish s s "

soda at the Anti-Monopoly Drug GOT OFF CHEAP t'you want something distinctive G 0 rnp U Y. dresses. Our offerings comprise the following new weaves b _

store. Hf may well think he has got off individual, come and see this shoe

cheap who. after having contracted indigestion Printed Chiffons, 46 inch, $J.25.

Mr. J. B. Staten came up today from or constipation, is still able :.
Embroidered Grenadines, 27 inch 60c.
Dunnellon.A to perfectly restore his health. Nothing ,
I Printed Gaze de Sole 30 inch 85c.Embroidered '
will do this but Dr. King's New Life I. 0. 0. F. ANNIVERSARY ,, MILLINERY OPENINGMrs. .

full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty Pills. A quick pleasant and certain ; I Linens and Voiles, from 9 to 85c .

dings and Co. cure for headache, constipation. etc. The Ocala'{)dd Fellows will celebrate I Minnie A. Bostick returned last Printed Wash Silks, 25 inch, 60c. .

5c. at the Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore; the 86th anniversary of the order the week from New York with one of the Printed Point d'Esprit Nets 49c.AH .,.
Pure fresh milk and cream at the guaranteed. night of April 26. With this object in most beautiful stocks of spring and _'
of exclusive and controlled designs in Floral and Conventional Patterns.
Fort King Dairy. view Tulula lodge No. 22, has appointed summer millinery that has ever been

BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE Messrs. Bittinger H. C. Jones and offered for sale in this market. The Organdies in endless variety of designs. JOc to 59c.

See the boomerangs at the Ocala VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY Jake Brown a committee to get up an new goods comprise many lovely domestic Rajah Silk $..25. Shadow Check Sicilians, $1.00 to ${.35. .;

News Company's store. entertainment and secure the coopera.I and imported picture hats, for Chiffon Taffetas 27 inch. 98c. Brocaded Luisines, 26 inch, 95c.

Nuts, fruits and candles at Taylor's. tion of the Marion Rebekah lodge of I ladies, misses and children, which to Printed Silk Foulard, 39c. '

Th. Ocala Wood Yard supplies woodIn this city. All the brothers and sistersof see Is to buy. They are exquisitely ... "- ,

length. .Phone 32. the order will pleas remember the lovely, with an endless variety of chIffons -

any You have of I date and be on hand. flowers and ribbons of many hues In Belts and Ladies' Neckwear carry the FINEST and E .'
course had k,14'
Fred Newberger. the dry goods artist .and designs. .

ef Savannah, is in the city BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE Mrs. Bostick desires us to announce LATEST CREATIONS.



leading dairy around town. ) nOT CHOOOLATE HOLY g191t MARCH 11 AND 18 We cordially invite you to call and inspect the most up-to-date goods. ,-

at one of their many stores and considered on which dates the ladies are cordially \
Mrs. E. II. Mote of Jacksonville is
it the best you ever drank Invited to call and see the new goods. .
visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Hocktr. RHEINAUER & COli

All Chocolate Drinks servedat
Mr. W. W. Jackson, a prominent citizen
our fountain are made with
of Moss Bluff, was in town, today. MASONSA VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY .
,c&f&rf Chocolate and after WOODMEN MEETING
regular communication of Marion- PATRONIZE YOUR HOME MERCHANTS
Try our hams and breakfast bacon. their formula.T. STATISTICS OF MARION COUNTY!
Dunn lodge, No. 19, F. & A. M., will be
We sell onl/ the best. H. B. Masters. About twenty members of Fort King
held in the temple, Thursday evening
March 16.Visiting. Area-Townships, 53; square miles, Camp, W. O. W., met in Castle Hall AND BUY THE
Fruits, Confections, Cigars and Tobacco -
FOR RENT Two 1900.
cottages. Applyto last night and held a strictly business
brothers cordially invited.
Mrs. R. D. Fuller 95 South Third St. Population-27,493. meeting. Matters of importance were
J. E. Chace, W. M.
Acres1,216,000.Official discussed and will develop later. The
Jake Brown Sec.LOSTLady's
FOR SALE-Three fine milch cows. BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE Figures for Year Ending November camp Is determined to keep abreast of HARDMANPIANO

Inquire of B. H. Seymour, Ocala, Fla VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY 1904 the march of improvement.After .

small gold watch, with Cereals-Corn, beans and oats, bushels the meeting, Sovereign Joe
name "Priscilla Dawkins," engraved inside
Don't eat poor bread. Try a barrelof Souvenir 1152320. White, in closing the hall, found an
Cards at the PostofficeDrugstore.
Iglehart's Swansdown Flour. At H. the case. Finder will receive $5 Potatoes sweet and Irish, bushels, article of some value evidently left by
reward by bringing watch to Priscilla
B. Masters.Mr. 202,600.:
some Woodman or a member of the '
Dawkins, :31 South! Orange street. -
We understand Louiston Valmore Iz- Vegetables, crates, 347.293. Knights of Pythias, who met in the hall

: Z. Spink of Whitney, the brick Melons and cantaloupes, cars, 989. the evening before. Any such person
lar Is a candidate for paige in the coming -
and shingle manufacturer, was in the legislature. We trust he will make G. R. Carter, the affable proprietorof Oranges, lemons, etc, boxes, 63,729.: can obtain his property by describing

city today. the Fair, is having the front of his Pears, peaches, etc., crates, 5260. the same to Mr. White, at Masters'
a winning race. I
store painted. Knight and Gillet are Syrup, barrels, 6336. store.

Mrs. Moody has moved from Fort doing the brush act. Hay and forage, tons, 9290. .
The Fort King Dairy will deliver
King avenue to Mrs. Hyman's, on N. Cattle, sheep, hogs and goats, head, CURED HEMORRHAGESOF
milk or cream to any part of the city
Magnolia street. Exquisite china in the nner grades of 43917.
I before breakfast Imported ware. The prices are very Horses and mules, head 7625. 'Several years since my lungs were TERMS TO SUIT THE PURCHASER

Pumps for irrigating plants complete. low. A. E. Burnett. Fuel wood, ears, 2400.
The whole-souled Walter so badly affected that I had many hem-
Write or call on us for prices. Marion Durham, Hereford and Jersey cat- We to do and
Hawkins, manager for the East Coast rrhages writes A. M. Ake of Wood, are now prepared tuning
Hardware Company. BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE tIe 363.
Ind. "I took treatment with several
Consolidated Truckers' organization. VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY Chickens, ducks and turkeys, 67,358. short notice.
in town physicians without any benefit. I then on
was yesterday extending the
Col. R. F. Rogers of Electra of the Cotton, bales, 1063.
hand his started to take Foley's Honey and Tar
to host of frlenli.Spring
naval stores firm of T. C. Hall & Co., Cotton seed, tons, 646.
and my lungs are now as sound as a
was in the city today.J Wool, pounds, 21,640.
Millinery Opening Friday and Naval stores, barrels, 78.6S2. bullet I recommend it in advanced OCALA MUSIC CO.Just

Saturday, of beautiful new goods. DavidS.VioodroROOM stages of lung trouble." Foley's Honey
Starr Sternberger returned yesterday Lumber, cars, :3761.
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick. and Tar stops the cough and heals the
from Gainesville, where he opened Phosphate tons, 90,200.:
lungs, and prevents serious results
a branch paint house. Lime, barrels, 82400.
The Fort King Dairy sells nothingbut from a cold. Refuse substitutes. Sold
Ice, tons, 16,700.
milk and by the Postoffice Drugstore.BIG .
pure cream.
Our stock of blank books stationery I

stationers' supplies is complete Call William Shatter, a braxeman of Den-

on us. Ocala News Co. "'. have Just received the largest assortment 12 P. 0- BLOCK nison, Ohio, was confined to his bed for i GLASS TUMBLER SALE

of Panama hats ever broughtto several weeks with inflammatory rheu VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY

Seed time is here. Our seeds have Ocala and our prices are right. Com matism. "I used many remedies," he

the reputation for being the best on in and make a selection while the stockIs OCALA FLORIDA I says. "Finally I sent to McCaw's drugstore GAITERVILLEThe .

the market Tydings & Co. unbroken. The W. J. Chambers Shoe for a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
farmers of this section are now
Company. I Balm, at which time I was unable to

Attorneys O. T. Green and R. L. Anderson use hand or foot, and in one week's busy planting corn, since the much-

have returned from a professional Fresh arrival of shad, spring chick REAL ESTATE time was able to go to work as happv needed rain arrived Saturday nightMr. 1

visit to Jacksonville.Mrs. ens, celery, cauliflower and lettuce, at as a clam. For sale by the Postoffice H. A. Ross and wife were visit

the Elks' Cafe. If you want the best LOANS Drucstoie. ors at Lecanto Sunday.

W. J. Lohrig's fair guest Miss there Is to eat come and see us. Mrs. Rebecca Ross arrived home last

Julia Pelham, of Kentucky, has gone I I Ih NOTICEThe Monday after a pleasant visit with her

to Clearwater to visit friends.Mr. INVESTMENTSPhosphate daughter at Floral City.
state and county tax book for Mr. N. C. Deas and little son went to
J. M. Meffert has planted near 1904 will close on tbe last day of March! Holder Saturday.Mrs. Just received a carload of Old Hickory Wagons the best on the market -

Lowell 100 acres of cantaloupes, 40 as the law directs. Property unpaidon Belle Deas and son, Willie, madea for the least money. Also a full line of General Hardware. Give us a call,

acres of beans and 30 acres of melons. 'stock_pfperfumes, cosmetics and at that date will be advertised for flying trip to Shady Sunday evening,' Inspect the goods and the price will do the rest
toilet is second to' in the
soaps ; none
h L Duds sale and extra cost will han to be added returning Monday.Mr. .
X city. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.D. T. W. SMITH & CO, Hardware Dealers, Ocala Fla.
Willie McConn of Holler was in
Just received, fresh candy at Taylor's. on all unpaid taxes.E. .

Sparrows Chocolates, Caramel L. Carney, Tax Collector our burg Saturday: evening.
Beauties, Marshmallows and Alakuma. B. Kibler, tha'millionaire! merchant Mrs. Annie McConn returned home

of Dunnellon. vas I irrj town today, Sunday from Shady, where she has HATS OFF
Our prescription fleparrment/ Is tie sampling S. A. Standl ys* fine black a Spill BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE been visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. H.

most up-to-date and has the most cart high-stepping Kentucky thoroughbred, Redding. Violet to the superb line of vehicles now on
ful attention of any In the city. Ty-\with an eye to possessing him. r display In our salesrooms! Everythingthat
Fort King! Dairy Is Just one mile
dings r
modern ingenuity has devised for
from the court house on Fort King av-
We ca Ty'-th&-meat-and-mosf complete VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY
have the following properties in enu*. comfort for style, for beauty, goes into
See our immense line of picture line of soaps, perfumes and toilet 1
Ocala and vicinity for sale: these carriages, stanhopes, surreys,
frames and mouldings. An endless variety articles In the city. Tydings and AN OPPORTUNITY TO OIL UP
of design, size and finish, and Co. You vill find at our sore, also at runabouts, drays. names sand lap -r .
!. Two-story house on South Orange j the Ocala House stand, a full line of cigars robes. Manufacturers have things
price. We frame any picture in price, I Walrus, Fla. March 14.
street belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin souvenirs and post cards. Our down so fine these days that prices areaway
accordin gto your ideas. Mciver & Mrs. T. W. Smith, who is in Memphis I Editor Star: Noticing a clipping from
and next door to residence of D. S. cards are local and very pretty. Call down. May we show you the latest /
MacKay.THE. Tenn., telegraphed her husband your paper in the Sumter County
Woodrow. and them. Ocala News Company. ? .
; yesterday the news of the death of her see Times, mentioning a newly organized
i sister, Mrs. Bell. To the sorrowingones company to locate oil, I wish to say
3. All of block 22, Caldwell's addition S. A. SfANDLEY & CO.
BOSTON STORE condolence is tendered. Seeds of all kinds fresh and reliablefor that if there is oil in Florida's earth,
to Ocala (one acre) beir.g the
J. fall and winter planting, at Ty I believe it is on our place. There is
c property immediately north of Mr.
FOR SALE-At a bargainthreeponies dings and Co. something in the water that looks like .
R. Moorhead's home. YOUR HUSBAND
; will work anywhere; not afraidof grease. Pump up a bucket of water, DO YOU LOVE

auto or train. Also a number of good See silver shirtwaist sets at Bur let it stand over night and the next
IntroductorySale 5. The Lewis Plater workshop on Or Father or Brother ?
milch cows. Call on D. M. Boney. nett's. morning there is a thick blue scumon
South Second street
the water, and it looks greasy, and
If so, let us show you how to cure them of the terrible curse of drink.
The engine for the Dunnellon train 7: The Rogers place on the south Gold pens and fountain pens at A. E. I before rain it is so strong that you can
APPLETINE never fails to cure, and the beauty of this Is, that the patient
which started out this morning balkM west edge of town, consisting of t,"o- Burnett's.At scarcely drink from the pump. and I
never knows he stopped the drink habit Treatment and directions sent
at the foundry, and the passengers had story house and SO acres of land. have only about Vn or 8 feet of pipe in
postpaid on receipt of J2. Regular price J5. All communications confidential.GREAT
to return to town and the engine was Taylor's-Popcorn, korn nuts and the earth. There have been parties

1 placed in a temporary hospital. 8. The Wade Hoard property consisting salted peanuts. after me for a lease on my land but I I NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 1083 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn N. Y.

Begins of small house and lot due have not sold a lease. Will send samples -

When bilious try a dose of Chamber south of D. E. Mclver's residence. Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice of the water, but I had rather par-

lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and Drugstore. ties interested in oil would come and

realize for once how quickly a first 9. 2H acres of land on S. 10th St. get samples, then they would be wise LuMBeRROJGHORDRESSED

Monday class up-to-date medicine will correct adjoining property of J. M. Meffert; Headquarters ror Talcum Powders, than by having same! s sent to them.I .

the disorder. For sale by the Postoffice suitable for subdividing into lots; Eastman's Colgates Mennens. and will sell the land, but will not sell a

Drugstore.Mrs. known as the Gamble place. Queenlins', at the Anti-Monopoly royalty lease. I will allow parties to' "

March 20th 10. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona St, Drugstore. prospect free of lease charges.
J. B. Staten has to Valdosta i
gone Not a
next door to residence of R. G. Blake.
to minister to her brother, Mr. i Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice See or Phone

Sims, who was seriously injured In a Giles' woodyard has the largest sup I Drugstore.BIG Our prescriptions are compounded by

: runaway accident. During her absence ply of stove and fireplace wood In the I registered pharmacists only, from the B. H. SEYMOUR

The Boston Store her sister Mrs. C. P. Rogers will look town. Three wagons running. Prompt GLASS TUMBLER SALE purest drugs obtainable. AntiMonopoly ,

after Mrs. Staten'.i children delivery and large loads I l VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY Drugstore. .--_ ...... PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fbi




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CAPITAL $50,000.00

Two Great Services YesterdayConversions -;: ,' '
i HERBERT A. FORD President. .. .
at the Morning Service, and ,
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GEO. H. FORD, Vice President. ; ,/ '. :
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Many Confess Christ at the Evening r
F. WATSON, Cashier.
Proprietors and PublishersC. Hour.

FAIL GROCERIES The revival services yesterday show-

ed that the interest of the entire city

Editor and General Manager. was centered in the movement Morning CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK

We pride ourselves on the stock of Groceries afternoon and e"enig the attend-

R. R. CARROLL, ance was good, and great power was
we keep. We keep "ONLY THE
City Editor and Business Manager evidenced at each service.

BEST" and if anything bought from us is The evening service was marked by OF OCALA.
Mr. Curton the Luddon and Bates not PERFECTLY satisfactory, return it an incident of intensely dramatic force.

piano man. Mid to an Ocala. man today Suddenly, while the congregation was J. K. CHRISTIAN. R. L. ANDERSONi.

a {1000 piano, to be shipped to Sar- and get your money back.If singing "Calvary," the lights went out Directors GEO, MAcKAY. ED KILLER.

asota. you have not done business with us, giveus and the people sat in total darkness.The : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.

accompanies, without a moment's R. S. HALL.
a trial. Our deliveryvagons make
hesitation changed from the sweet har-
Mr. F. S. Bangs and wife of New
prompt delivery. mony of the song to the crashing
!f'" York City passed through Ocala today
chords of "There Shall be Weeping and
t on their way to Homosassa where they
Wailing" which Mr. Ham sang with
will spend a week hunting and fish-
great feeling, pointing out that as the HOUSE FURNISHINGS
ing. Mr. Bangs ia a prominent attorney -
lights have failed and darkness had
in the great metropolitan city of
H. B. Masters come in the present moment, so, with-
this country and a former law partnerof
out a second's warning would come the

ex-President Cleveland summons to the judgment bar. Our stock of Furniture and House FurnishingGoods

Ocala, Fla. The Christian people of all the

It Is a, good sign of the times to see churches are entering into the meeting

a firm so busy it has to decline further with great enthusiasm, and the promiseis I is second to none in the StateEVERY

building contrasts, at least for the time for a movement which will be wide-

being which was the case with McIver ANOTHER BUILDING OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALSA. spread and powerful for good.Services .

and.MacKay Monday. But this will -
at 10 a. m., and at 3:30 and
only be temporary, for they will 800 Mr. Jerry Burnett, the popular tailor, J. McLaughlin Fairfield; H. L. 7:30 p. m.Cordial. TINGS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE AND PORTIERc SADCLEC, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY

get some of their pressing work oft who has been in business in Ocala for Hutchinson, Gainesville; H. D. Bassett, welcome to alL CURTAINS, SCREENS, ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CARRIAGE FOR ANY PURPOSE.

their hands and ready for more. nearly twenty years, and has prosperedby ,Floral City; T. M. Long, Holder; E. J.tox SPREADS, SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS,

his close att tion to business, goodworkmanship Boston; James Steele New York; State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,

Mr. Richard Hall and Mr. John R. of his customers has purchased a lot, adison, Wis.; S. Simonspn and wife, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR OF ALL KINDS.
Martin for some time have been putti g
25x100 feet, fron ng on Fort King avenue adison, Wis.; G. W. Jenkins, Bos- is senior partner of the firm of F. J. "
the beautiful little mare, Myrtle R.,
and imme< ately in the rear of ton; H. C. Reeves, Levon; S. H. Irvine,
owned by Mr. Walter Ray and Mira Cheney & Co" doing business in the well and of all kinds done
Deep drilling building
T. H. Jacksonville J. contracting
the lot recently ought by Mr. ; W. Buller, Tennessee; city of Toledo, county and state afore- ,
da. Mr. Martin's mare, through thepaces !
Wallis from the Martin estate. Mr. Bur- TJ Finch, Philadelphia; L C. Scheffey said, and that said firm will the
at the Driving Park every morn pay tinder responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates -
nett will build a one-story. 25x50 foot .*?w York; Mrs. M. W. Weber, New sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
ing. They are getting these fleet-foot
brick building on his lot this summer York; T. J. Smith Florida; W. F. H. for each and of Catarrh need.MCIVER.
every ,case on anything .
ed little animals in fine shape and you
and will move his tailoring business //Tupper, Savannah; D. B. Kibler, Dun- that cannot be cured by the use ofHall's
something will be doing in the near
; into the same. nellon; J. J. Monery, Pittsburg; J. S. Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. S
future. ,j
Mr. roorhead.the survey r; was Sternberger, Gainesville; J. C. Burgess, Sworn to before me and subscribedin .&; MACKA

locating the boundaries and corners of Toronto, Can.; Mr. and Mrs. Edwards my presence this 6th day of Decem-
Colonel Charles L. Fildes
of Jacksonville
both Mr. Wallis' and Mr. Burnett'slots Holder, Dunnellon; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ber, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason
is in the city and a guest of the : L..cRI tJA.
yesterday afternoon, and in dig- Schmidt, Baltimore; S. W. Bruel, Cin- (Seal.) Notary Public. : :

Montezuma. Our readers will remem- ging for the corner stone, placed by cinnati; L. E. Lang, city; J. B. Weth Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
ber the colonel has blossomed into
him fifteen years ago, soon attracted ers, Jacksonville; F. B. Lester New nally and acts directly on the blood and -
lecturer of the humorous kind and his
quite a crowd, some of whom thoughthe York; Z. Spink Whitney; S. G. Moyers, mucous surfaces of the system. Send
is the "Florida Politician and AN IMPORTANT CASE
was looking for oil. others for a Dunnellon; M. H. Newberger, Savan- for testimonials free.

we understand he is here to arrange a gopher, but Jim declared it was gold, nah; W. L Haynes, Boston; P. S. Miles, F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, 0. A. E. BURNETT
date. Ocala, for old association's sake, Judge W. S. Bullock is holding a special :
Nashville P. W. Curry T. B. Snider I
pure gold. ; Sold by all druggists, 75 cents. Take :
should give Friend Fildes hummer of court today and is hearing the case
Tampa; J. W. Horne, Moultrie, Ga.; Hull's Family Pills for constipation.BIG ,
The third lot in this property will
a house. of D. W. Darts, as agent for Geo. D. \
B. Futch, Savannah.BIG .
soon be sold and at least two, if not Monroe, owner, vs. Max Newberger. THE JEWELER t>!

Mr. J. B. Staten received a telegram three, handsome brick buildings will GLASS TUMBLER SALE The legal title for the case is "Distressfor

yesterday from his brother in Valdosta grace property year Rent. H. L. Anderson representsMr.

Ga.. stating that their sister, Miss Fan- out. VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY I Davis, and Messrs. Ray Bullock and !

nie Staten was very ill. Mr. Staten EQUITABLE LIFE R. A. Burford represent Mr. Newberger. -
Fine Jewelry Diamonds Watches Rings
came to Ocala this morning to go to BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE MONTEZUMA ARRIVALS INSURANCE SOCIETY The property rented is the Elks' ,

Valdosta, and before the train left he VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY I Cafe.It Cut Glass Handsome China Sterling

got a second message stating that the P. T. II. Durrence and wife, Dunnel- The Equitable Life Insurance Societyis seems that Mr. J. Starr Sternberger ,

lady was dead, she having died at 2:30: POSTPONEDThe lon; B. A. Goodale, Jacksonville; B. L'' Increasing Its Business ImmenselyAll was Mr. Davis agent for the build- Silver and Hollow Ware.

yesterday and would be buried at 3:30 Lisk Grahamville; J. T. Stephens, New Over the Country I II ing, and made a lease to Mr. Newberger -
today, so he did not go, but returned to ladles of the Presbyterian Aid York; J. T. Pate, New York; H. L. I Mr. J. S. Coles, manager for Florida, of the building for three years, with TOILET ARTICLES

Dunnellon.For Society, who had contemplated givinga Hough, Dunnellon; J. S. Jolly, Gainesville I reports a great increase from his agency -. the understanding that certain repairs

baby show March 21, have postponedthe ; R. W. Fuller, city; W. M. Carmichael in this state for February and were to be made with an offset to the FOUNTAIN PENS

years the Bartow Courier-In same, because they do not desire to Homer S. C.; F. W. Burse, I' March. same in rent. With this idea Mr. New-

formant has been the "whole push" in interfere with the revival services now Tampa; G. A. Petteway, Leroy; Miss I Mr. Coles has secured during the past berger opened the place and made extensive OPTICAL GOODS

Polk county journalism as far as get- in progress at the Baptist church. Della Fosnot, Eastlake; J. C. Boozer, week the largest single premium ever repairs, but during this time

ting the emoluments of the county Mrs. S, E. Waterman, Pres. city; J. M. Kennedy, Crystal River; E. written by this agency. the lease, as drawn up, was sent to :Mr.
printing, which Includes the delinquenttax K. Rosenborough Jacksonville; P. J. Read These Telegrams Monroe at Quincy, Fla. for him to sign, Watch Repairing a Specialty T;

list but this year the Courier's HEADQUARTERS FOR THE Croghan, Savannah, C. L. Fildes Jacksonville J. S. Coles, Jr., Manager: which he refused to do. The matter

chain was broken, and the Record got ; G. S. Mobley, Florida; C. M. No. 9, the Baldwin, Jacksonville, Fla.: ran along from October to the latter OCALA FLORIDAMARION
the "fat take." That is fair. A little Kibler, Jacksonville; C. H. Chace, New Business first ten days March largest part of January, when J. Starr Stern-

distribution knocks out the trust feel- York; Fred Newberger, Savannah; J. II l for same period in history society. Con berger tendered Mr. Davis a check on
Helvenston-Blitch-Pasteur Com
ing and makes the other fellow feel less M. Oliver, Savannah.A gratulations and appreciation. rent account for $120, which he declln-

like "busting." See? pany, I I (Signed.) Gage E. Tarbell 2d V. P., to accept, and because of the misunderstanding COUNTY HOSPITALThe BUCKLEY-SCHNITZLER J

Where :Mrs. L. W Jackson will be to, FAVORITE REMEDY FOR BABIES New York City.J. on the three years' lease -

present the adndrable qualities of the: S. Coles, Jr., Gen. Agt., Jacksonville, brought distress proceedings againstMr.
Rev. P. J. Reeves of Spring Park, following are the persons wit The Star is in receipt oLcards'arK

who returned last week from Brooklyn Indispensable household necessity. Supplies I Its pleasant taste and prompt cures Fla: Newberger. The case is being tried whom subscription lists were left: I nouncing today, MarcbX.

N. Y., brought with him Mr. A. Wells of all kinds for salt. have made Chamberlain's Cough Rem- Wrote seven applications this week. before a jury and is being fought with Mayor Edwards, D. S. Woodrow, 15, of Mi;gage! to yA1r. )

Stump, a New York attor- Will go to society's Washington con- set determination on both sides. William at the win- / ,
young City edy a favorite with the mothers or small Munroe & Chambliss, Central Natio: ,
vention. B. R. Stripling, Agt.,
ney, to whom he sold his fine place at BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE children. It quickly cures their coughs Bank. Commercial Bank, G. R. ter home parents, Mr(

the Park. Mr. Stump will make the VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY and colds and prevents any danger of Ocala Fla. DEATH RATE IN NEW YORK Kean Dr. Smith the Doctors' office and Mrs. Ernest Schnitzler, at WeirsJ
It affords the Star to give
Park his winter home, but while absent pneumonia or other serious conse- AND CHICAGO Charles Tydings, Postoffice Drugstore} dale. >We Tiave'nStthe pleasnfe of'taiowing

during the summer will have his place "Woodmar." quences. For sale by the Postoffice space to the foregoing. The Equitable Blount Real Estate Company, T. B. the groom but the bride Is
Life Insurance Company is not only all
planted to cantaloupes for a season's Drugstore.BIG During November and December, Snyder, Strauss & Co., Rheinauer's, a young lady of pleasing manners and
right, but in Mr. Stripling of Ocala it
crop. The Star extends to Mr. Stump BABBITT METALWe 1903, one-fifth of the death in New Marion Hardware Co., H. B. 'Master's, is possessed of more than the average
has of the cleverest and most
congratulations, and hopes he will not have several hundred pounds of GLASS TUMBLER SALE one repu- York and Chicago were from pneumonia. McIver & MacKay Ed Carmichael the good looks. The happy couple will be
table in the land.
regret his visit to Marion county.Dr. babbitt metal that we will dispose of to VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY agents Foley's Honey and Tar not only Benjamin Ice Co., Meffert & Taylor, at home May 17, at Asbury Park. N. J.

mill men at prices greatly to their ad- stops the cough but heals and strengtheis Evening Star A. Brown & Bro., Ocala The Star extends hearty congratulations
W. V. Newsom, who took a fly- vantage. Write or call at once. The FROM POSTMASTER DEHON the lungs and prevents pneumonia, House Bar, G. A. CarmichaeLThe and hopes for the newly wedded
ing visit to Miami, the Magic City, on Star. so do not take chances on a cold wear- above list indicates where you pair a long, happy and useful life. ,

the East Coast, last week was greatly Editor Star: There has been a peti- ing away when FOley's Honey and Tar will find subscription lists. If you feel I

Imprt'ssedith the city, but when it L P. Cramer, deput ysheriff of the tion circulated to move or reestablishthe The "HUB" ShoeTHIS will cure you quickly and prevent serious an interest in keeping the hospital go- CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED

came to the land itself, he had to pause. Mcintosh district, returned this morn- Fellowship postoffice at its origi- results. Sold by the Postoffice Ing, put down on the list what you will -
Most of the land Is almost a solid layer ..."-
from Clearwater with "coon" nal the church Drugstore.
ing near a place near Fellowship give each month to maintain It.
Via Louisville 4. Nashville Railroad
of rock and to it costs
remove any- who escaped from our hard road service and school. Several of the patrons approached UL

where from $ISO to J200 an acre. The lie has taken his accustomed me in regard to this change.To Prof. I. O. Fender, who will close a Only solid Pullman train, with ob-
section of BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE servation and library cars from Floridato
country he inspected was 99
successful school term at Montbrook
place with the gang. one and all of them I stated that I
cent rock and he VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY St. Louis Chicago, the West and
per came home with
did not own the office, and that I Friday, will then return for the summerto

his enthusiasm somewhat dampened to Mr. J. Melesser of Savannah, who will thought the matter was entirely with Greggs, Ga. Northwest, with much quicker time

engage In trucking in that Flaglerland.Mrs. have charge of the Guarantee Clothingand the department and patrons of the said FOR SALEOne I than on any other line. All meals in
dining car; service, a la carte. Finest
Shoe Store, which will be openedin office, and that if the said removal was "i THE ORIGINAL hundred and desirable
T. R. Babb and little son of At- BRAND ON A SHOE MEANS fifty dining car service in the South.
the Ocala House block, has arrh'edand ordered I had nothing to do but submitto located Ma-
building lots for sale, on
lanta are visiting friends in Ocala and I Foley & Co. Chicago, originated Leave St. Augustine dally S a. m.
has arranged to have the fixtures the will of the people. There being SOMETHING! IF YOU WANT THE rion Heights, just one mile due northof

Kendrick. Mrs. Babb was formerly put into place. some complaint as to the manner or BEST FOR YOUR MONEY CALL Honey and Tar as a throat and lung court house. The Kendrick hard road Leave Jacksonville daily ':30 a. m.

Miss Willie Gartrell. She passed her statements made to secure signaturesto remedy, and on account of the great Arrive Chicago next day <4:30< p. m.
FOR -THE HUB"BIG passes through the property. Also 600
girlhood days in this city, and made Spring Millinery Opening, Friday and the said petition, Mr. S. B. Brooks, merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Arrive St Louis next day. 1:36 p. m.
acres of good pine land, from 1 to 2
many friends, who are more than gladto Saturday, of beautiful new goods. who is named for postmaster on the and Tar many imitations are offered Also through Pullman drawing room
GLASS TUMBLER SALE miles north of court house, that will be
see her again. Some two years ago Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick. petition, begs to say that he will not for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Hon- ; sleeping cars daily from Jacksonville
VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY cut up into small farms to suit the pur-
she married Rev. T. R. Babb a zealous accept the office unless the people want ey and Tar and refuse any substitute on A. C. L. 8:05 p. m. Train to Bir-
chaser. This property is located on the
and talented minister of the Baptist Mr. Strickland, an enterprising farmer him and the change, and the same must offered, as no other preparation will mingham, Nashville, Evansville St
Kendrick and Anthony hard roads andis
church also well known in this section of the Heidtville section, was in the be honestly I secured. Respectfully, I McKiAN LUMBER Co give the same satisfaction. It is mildly especially adapted to the growt: of( Louis. Chicago, on S. A. I*. 8:55 a. m..

where he did much good work city today, and said the late rain would Wm. Dtrhon. P. M. laxative. It contains no opiates and is train to Pensacola, Mobile and New
and other fruits -
I' peaches, grape cantaloupes
some years ago. Mrs. Babb while in do the crops great benefit. safest for children and delicate persons. Orleans.If .
watermelons. For prices
Ocala. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for OCALA, FLA Sold by the PostoffJce Drugstore.Mrs. and terms apply to best service is desired ask for

E. McGahagin and at Kendrick of Mr. Souvenir Card' at the Postoffice your stove wood. B. H. SEYMOUR. tickets via L. & N.

md Mrs. Will Nix. Drugstore.Mr. Telephone No. 125. M. Handelsman returned Satur- For rates Pullman reservations, etc..

Taylor has a full line of Lowney's day afternoon from New York where call on or write Geo. E. Herring, Fla. .

The Star takes pleasure in present- B. W. Blount went to Tavares today bulk candies. They are second to none. Ceiling, Flooring and Siding, she bought the immense line of spring Frank Badger, a dusky youth ""asup Pass Agt.. 206 W. Bay St.. Jackson-

ing the statistics of Marion county as on a short business trip. -.-.- Kiln-dried and summer goods for the Boston Store. before Justice Waid yesterday afternoon vile Fla
Dressed Lumber
compiled by Mr. D. S. Williams, and Wood, green or dry, pine, oaK or mix- for stealing brass from the A.I

displayed at the Tampa fair in ovem- ed. 50c. and load. ATTACKED BY A MOB C. L. He was given a term on the hard
BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE $1 per .Ocala Wood i Every SUe and Quality. The irreverent have already coined

ber. The map is now on display in the VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAYR. Yard. and beaten in a labor riot, until cover road. the following terms to designate the

court house corridor, and is attractinga A Large Stock of Shingles. ed with soles, a Chicago street car con- revival spirit that ia abroad in the

great deal of attention. We take D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK Fresh Pepsin Chewing Gum, 1 cent a ductor applied Bucklen's Arnical Salve, Mr. E. K. Nelson, secretary and treas- land. Those who attend the Baptist

pleasure in correcting a statement made package, at Anti-Monopoly Drug- I New Machinery.Lath and was soon sound and welL "I use it urer of the Blount Real Estate Com- meetings are known as the 11am Sand-

last week, when the map was put up. FULLER A BLALOCKj store. in my family," writes G. J. Welch of pany, returned this afternoon from a wich" crowd, while the auditors'at the

that it was the work of Hon. H. W. Brick and Building. Tekonsha Mich "and find It perfect." business trip to Michigan City, Ind.J. outdoor meetings of the new-comer

Long, in which we were misinformed.In DENTAL SURGEONS Mclver and MacKay have just open Simply great for cuts and bums. Only who held forth yesterday in front of .
Undersold No One.
the compilation of this excellent Offices over Munroe & Chambliss Bank ed an elegant line of the very latest by I5c at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. M. BArco was in town today from the Ocala House and the postoffice are

work Mr. Williams who is the U. S. paterns in grips, valises and suit cases. designated as the "Wild West Curb-
OCALA FLA. Methods Up to Date. his plantation at Cotton Plant. He
commissioner for this district of the VARIETY STORE NEXT: MONDAY stone Operators.
I was wreathed In smiles at the good'
state and who collected)) the money to Terms CashJ. I FOR RENT-The Max Newberger BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE I
Business rains his crops have enjoyed.
make the Marion exhibit at the Tampa !residence, occupied by J. Starr Stern- Rapidly.
fair, as the secretary of the Ocala DrivIng E. CHACE berger in the third ward, comer of Customer Souvenir Cards at the Fostof lee x
Every Pleased.
Park Association devoted several South Third and Pine streets; an eightor Drugstore. BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE :. ;

months in the gathering of the statis- DENTAL SURGEONOffice nine room house; hot and cold baths, Rushed' with Orders. VARIETY STORE NEXT. MONDAY .",' /.

tics which make up the map. electric lights, all modern conveniencesand Watches for ladles and gentlemen CARPENTER AND BUILDER ,

upstairs. Commercial Bank elegantly finished. For terms and Come to Us Before Buying. From $U0 to $70 each. A big line to Malto Iron Tonic, the biood enricher, Careful estimates made on aU contract
Building, Ocala, Florida. k
BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE particulars address the Blount Real select from. A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler for a spring tonic at the AntiMonopoly work. Gives more and better work fortie .

VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY I II I TERMS CASH ,Estate Company. Orders Solicited. and Watchmaker. Drugstore. money than any other in towu.I .


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Volume JO Number 234. OCALA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MARCH 15 J905. "' 1
Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea J



Poultry -

Official Report of the March Meeting of I the Mountains of Colorado for a EFFORTS

the CommissionersThe Month, During Which Time the Capital i yAre

In Fifty Pound Sacks of the United States Will be a
board of county commissionersmet I : forth tote end that '
in Pullman Car on a Side Track. put :
regular session on this the 6th I

HRMOUR'SMEAT: day of March, A. D. 1903.: Present: I II Denver Col., March .-Phillip B. j
I be
every worthy patron :
H. W. Long, chairman and Commissioners I Stewart of Colorado Springs, who will may .
MEAL According to the dictates of fashion and the weatner i :
:i. A. Fort S. R. *. I have charge of President Roosevelt's
i Pyles, c W. ;
Spring is here and as usual we are right up with both the weather properly cared for. =;.A

POULTRY BONE. Turner and J. L. Edwards. j and the fashion m our Spring line otLadies1 entertainment, has completed his plans \

Minutes of last meeting were read for the hunting trip to be taken in the ---- :-

MEAT and BONE. and approved.Mr. and Gentlemen's OxfordsIn White river country. MUNROE & GHAMBLISS BANKERS. -:;'

George O. Turner appeared before ,
I The president will arrive In Colorado t

eW Have a Fresh Supply the board with reference to the i Patents Tans Pongees and Blacksin Springs about April 15. His train will
Ocala and Dunnellon road, and after! OCALA, FLA.EDWARDS .

Weekly of some remarks by Mr. Turner, Mr. Camp then be rushed to a point west of Glen-

and Mr. Teague came in and filed their all toe latest styles and at prices that can't be beat.' wood, and side tracked. Secretary Loeb

ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS petitions for a hard road. \iz: Com- Call in and let us show you the latest. \t tI and assistants will be quartered in the '

mencing at the intersection of the cars which will be equipped with tele-

"The Ham What Am." Camp Izzard and Shady road with the W J, CHAMBERS SHOE CO. graph and telephone wires. Colonel BROTHERS :

old tram road on the east side of the Roosevelt accompanied by Mr. Stew-

se% of sec 23, tp 15, s, r 21, e, thence i:' art and John Goff guides, and a few

TEAPOT GROCERYUNDERTAKERS running along said tram road in a THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. chosen guests, will strike into the wilds AT THE CITY MARKET '

southwesterly direction through sec- ______ ___ _n ___ ________ from Glenwood and spend a month
tions 26, 27, 3J and 33, to the intersec- roughing it.

tion of township line dividing townships CREAMERY BUTTERThe I A SINGER SURPRISE, In a letter to :Mr. Stewart, the president Leading Wholesale &: Retail ButchelSWES'TEnN R

15 and 1C, range 21, thence in a southwesterly I says: "I em coming out to hunt .

direction through sections 4, Carmichael & Son. Co. keep A tremendous drop In the price of and be a hunter for a month. Bacon,

-AND- !5, 8, 7 and 18 to the intersection of constantly on hand, receiving a fresh Singer sewing machines, but none in bear meat, bread and butter and black AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS "

I range line dividing ranges 20 and 21, supply every two days, delicious, pure, quality. The $60 machine reduced to coffee are all I want. Remember, I
II I thence southwesterly through sections Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per |4S; the $65 machine reducd to $53. Call want to rough it, so the trip- will do me CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON

EMBALMERSWe i 13, 23, 27 and 28 to a point In the cen- pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37."Woodman" at headquarters, the ,,Helvenston- some good."

ter of section 32, tp 16, r 20, thence Blitch-Pasteur Company. ,L. W. Jack- FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109'L .

west through section 31, tp 16, r 20, son, agent j Ii COUGHED ALL NIGHT
have two Registered Undertakers i
thence west through sections 36 and 35 ,1

and Embalmers and 34, tp 16, r 19, thence south of due But Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's

All work entrusted to our west through sections 29 and 31 to CREAMERY. BUTTER 'I Cough Remecfy

will receive and range line dividing ranges 18 and 19, 25 CENTS A POUND 5llqjeesBECAUSE
care prompt "A few mornings ago Mr. J. G. Smith-
skilled All thence through sections 36, 16 and 18 BLOUNT REAL L E ESTATE CO
attention. em- to the bridge across Blue river thence The Carmichael & Son Co. keep constantly erman, a good citizen of this place,

balming fully guaranteed. A came to the store for a cough medi- 1
running along the public road to Dun- on hand receiving a fresh sup-

splendid stock of Caskets and nellon. Said petition was filed and laid ply every two days, delicious, pure,I cine," says Dr. C. N. Parnell of Maplea- (INCORPORATED)
ville, Ala. "He was so hoarse that he
Burial Robes carried at all over until next meeting of the board. Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per
could hardly talk and said he had
times.OCALAFURN1TURECO. Mr. Thad Whitehead resigned as pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. THEY ARE THE BESTIN CAPITAL, $50,000.
coughed all the nlgbt before. I sold hima Florida.
mark and brand inspector, and Mr. G. THE LAND FOR THE MONEY! Ocala,
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
B. Chappell was upon motion appointed TEX BOB
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE edy and told him that if It did .K>t relieve -
in his stead.
Mr. McCraney appeared before the
GETTING IT.NASHVILLE. back and get his money. I saw bin the
Phone No. 10. Night phone No. 94. hoard with reference to strawing road
HAVANA STOCK next morning carrying the bottle to ,
constructed by him from Stanton to
the store where he works, and he told
Starke's ferry, which road was inspected Made by the FamousLA RANOES FARM and
me it did him more good than any med-
For by Commissioner Pyles who had reported -
WATCHESAnd adversely upon the same, where- REGINA CIGAR COMPANYOF The Ocala Furniture Company has icine he ever used." For sale by the PHOSPHATE
Posto:!ice -
YE1He Drugstore
just received a new shipment of thos
upon It was recommended that Com- TAMPAA LANDSA
popular Nashville In two sizes.
missioner Pyles and Mr. McCraney retire ranges

REPAIRS and see if they could agree upon a Full Stock of All Theii Brands end They are the best and cheapest range We have a complete stock of the Na- Specialty..

-00 TO- compromise for the construction of said Grades Carried ever seen in Ocala. tional Biscuit Company's delicious

road. After consultation they came In ... package goads H. B. Masters.
NONE BETTER AND FEW AS GOODAll / We will give special attention to "
F. G. B. WEIHE and announced that they had agreed Fine Florida syrup in bottles, sealed
The upon a compromise of $11.50! Instead of of the Latest hot from the evaporator, 10c. per bot- BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE LOCATING SETTLERSand

Jeweler. J130, as had been agreed upon for said I tle. H. B. Masters. VARIETY STORE NEXT. MONDAY will look after and supply their wants.

toad, which was adopted by the board MAGAZINES AND PAPERS On our lists are many large and valuable tracts of Timbe

and a warrant for the same ordered Is- PAPER.SHELL PECANSA Spring Millinery Opening, Friday and Lands for Turpentine ana Mill locations.

W. C. BULL Saturday, of beautiful new goods. TOWN PROPERTY also for sale or lease. .

sued.Mr.. Gaitskill then appeared before Ocala House Cigar Stand. Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick. Our facilities for handling Real Estate are very superior.
Contractor and few more budded and seedling pecans -
the board and stated that he wishedto OCALA NEWS CO., Proprietors. I left at Marion Farms' Nurseries. Correspondence solicited.
up an old matter with referenceto Now Is the time to plant them.J. THE BLOUNT REAL ESTATE COMPANY.
the Lake and Irvine road, A TENEMENT FIRES
Quick and Careful Estimates Made Orange PIANO TUNINGThe G. Lege Manager.
and insisted the original resolution
Box 64, Ocala. Fla upon Ocala Music Company have experienced -
of the board being carried out and men in their !employ who will Splendid Bravery of Lieutenant Banner B. W. BLOUNT, Pres. A. P. STUCKY, Vice-Pres. .

the charter abrogated for the same. tune your piano Right, and put it in Everyone InterestedIn and Other New York Firemen E. K. NELSON, Sec. and Treas.R .

:Mr. Irvine being present he was Invitedto first class condition in Poultry S. Hall, T. C. Hall, E. Thagard, J. D. Robertson, J. N
New March 15. In fire in
York a
J. a
McNealy make a statement with reference to making any repairs that may be need- Should call at 81, North Magnolia Tiller, L. Horne, Edwin Brobston, J. L. Young, C. Downing,
tenement house. No. 105 Allen street,
the same. After discussion, it Wm. Hocker and L. W. Duval.
some street, and inspect one of the finest in-
ed. Their work is all guaranteed fully. yesterday morning, twenty people were

Office No. 12 Ft. King Ave. was ordered upon motion of Commissioner Patronize your home merchants. i cuLators ever put upon the market. I burned to death. Ten others were Injured Office in Ocala House.
Fort that lion. D. H. Irvine and
Positive regulation even hen tempera-
Postoffice Box 682 ; so severely that they were remov- ,
... petitioners presented by him be requested ture -. -- ,- --- .-'- -- ;
r- r: : no guessing at ventilation or -- --- -- -- ---- ----- --- --' '- - --- ------ -----'
Drink good coffee. Poor coffee is ed to the hospital.
to open the Orange Lake and moisture; clean, pure air for eggs and
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Irvine road along the line designatedIn dear at any price. Dwindle Wright's i chicks. This machine is guaranteed Fifteen bodies have been removed
from the ruins, but they badly
White House and Parke's Royal Blue are so
the petition and charter by this :to latch every fertile egg placed In its
are two of our leaders. H. B. Masters.i burned no identifications have yet been W. P. EDWARDS
board at as early a date as practicable, care. Incubators and brooders all
made. Six people are missing. The
Cabinet Work a SpecialtyCareful which Mr. Irvine agreed to do. sizes:!, furnished on short notice.
tenement was an old fashioned five-
James S. Garrison was granted the GWINN AND CHRISTIE FIRED At the City Market
Attention Given to Non.Resi- story structure, with two apartmentsin
request to reduct valuation on landsIn WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
dent Properties. front and two in the rear. Twenty
sec 3, tp 13, r 19, from $-100 to J200. They Were High Officials of the State Order it now. &uc and $1 per load. families, comprising 140 persons, livedin Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetablesin
Bill for W. E. and
committee Allen
Asylum, and Did Not Behave (Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32. the building. The fire, which start-
Painting and Paperhanging W. M. Gist, for $121.50, the county'spart .
Themselves ed in the paint shop in the rear, spreadlike Season
which was ordered paid, less one-
Ocala News Company and Ocala wildfire and it is believed to have
half of bill! of Mclver Tallahassee, March 15.-The board of i
We do all kinds of Pa- and MacKay for
Painting, j:House stand have the celebrated La
been of origin. Lieutenant
$31.19.! was ordered paid and warrant state institutions yesterday demandedthe I incendiary and Trade Solicited .
perhanging and Upholstering.Let i Espuela cigar, Grand Royal, Milo Deyo I Bonner, son of former Fire Chief Bon City Country
drawn in favor of said committee.The resignations of Superintendent
!and other brands. Try them and you the red-hot fire five
us bid on your work. Every job application of Mr. J. K. Mixson .GvUnn and Physician Christie at the ner scaled escapes
will be
pleased. times and each time brought down a Free Delivery Phnne J2J.
guaranteed to be first class. for reduction of assessment on land in state insane asylum. The trouble arose
and child. Finally Bonner was
sec 4, tp 13. r 20 e. from $800 to $200 over a personal difficulty between them
KNIGHT & GILLETT, exhausted and fell against the fire escape -
was granted the same being a clerical several days ago. A LIST
and would have been roasted to
Next to Chinese Laundry. error of the assessor, who recommended Their Successors I
I I I death had he not been rescued by his
the reduction. ,
B. F. Whitner of Sanford, noclerk'' HARDWARET T
OF NEW GOODS comrades. Many inmates were rescuedby
Bond of Joseph Bell as notary public in the 'I'I
comptroller's office elected
OCALA WAGON,, WORKSNow was the firemen forming a human ladder.
with Lee Miller and R. L. Anderson I superintendent, and Dr. Goodbread of White Rose Cocoa, /* Ibs..........25ci
i The fire created intense excitement in
is the time to have your Car- sureties was approved.A (,Mayo, physician. Dr. James H. Randolph i White Rose Cocoa, trial size......10c and thousands of
the ,
riage, Buggy or Wagon painted. letter from Dr. E. Van Hood was I of Tallahassee was chosen assistant White Rose Asparagus, 25c and..35c people neighborhood witnessed Lieutenant Bonner's We carry a fell and complete line of

We do all kinds of Repair Work, received with reference to the hospital physician. White Rose Asparagus Tips........35c

Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing. which matter was referred to Com- I White Rose Sweet Wrinkled Peas..20c heroism and cheered him wildly each HARDWARE OF ALL KINDSStoves.
time he made a gallant rescue.
Rubber Tires set by the Patent Good- missioners Edwards and Pyles as a i White Rose Stringless Beans....20c
I READ THIS Among the known dead are Rachel
Machine. committee, with power to act. : White Rose Mushrooms..25cWhite
year Solomon, Isaac Solomon Jacob Solo- Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of
Automobiles painted and repaired. Board thereupon adjourned until Rose Egg Plums............25c ,
mon, and two other Solomons, names
Bring us your work. We are pre- Tuesday, March 7, at 8 o'clock. Ripley Tenn.. June 1. 1901. White Rose Lima Beans..20c unknown. A large number of dead WIRE FENCING

pared to do it better and cheaper than 1 Dr. E. W. Han St. Louis Mo.DearSir ,White Rose Okra. .. ...........15c
found in the upper stories where
I I anyone else. Tuesday, March 7. : Having tried various remedies White Rose Mixed, /2 lb. tins .. ..30c were PHOSPHATE
they: were suffocated by the smoke. The
Board met. All members present.A without satisfactory results I was persuaded White Rose Oolong Tea, */2 lb. tins. .30c
ladders were raised to the fire escapes.but TURPENTINE
W. F. McATEER, Prop. Vttei from Mr. J. O. Turnipseed, to give your "Texas Wonder" a,
the west
I the flames swept from
asking authority from the board to act i j trial. I have used one bottle, and al- 0 E GROCERY window, MILL
l and flashed out from every and
f as justice of the peace in district No.1 though my case is one of long standing ,
H R. HUNTER licking up the unfortunates on the es
3, Fbmington, was received and citi- !1 that baffled the skill of the best physician -

..... zens from district No. 3 being presentand i yet it yielded at once to the "Texas CLARK BROS. Props. capes.the The streets doomed, sustaining folks began terrible to jumpto injuries Sash, Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds.

i. :GUN E objected to the annexation of this I Wonder," which I heartily recommend -., One policeman, while helpingto

district, the from Justice Tur- to all from and
request J suffering kidney
-- I I take down the inmates, fell and had This is the Tool
Phone J74. -
refused. '
pseed was [bladder troubles. Yours truly,
his collar bone broken.
LOCKSMITHRepairing Bund of J. D. Ferguson as notary i; W. H. Bruton I
public with J. W. Ljles and Dr. S. H.I Pastor Baptist church, Ripley, Tenn. ARE YOU ENGAGED?

a Specialty. Butch, sureties, was approved.

Upon motion it was ordered that a A TEXAS WONDEROne MoIVER & IAoKAY Engaged people-should remember Fall and Spring Crops

warn it be drawn in favor of C. W. I
PURE MILKPure small bottle of the Texas Wonder I that, after marriage, many quarrelscan
Turner for road privilege across his -
Hall's Great Discovery, cures all I be avoided by keeping their diges-
Kidney and Bladder troubles removes tion in good condition with Electric We will be pleased
Milk and Creamare The application of Miss Jessie Owens 1
Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Emisi -I UNDERTAKERSand Bitters. S. A. Brown of Bennettsville .
was referred to Commissioner Turner.On to see at all
among the greatestof i sions Weak and Lame Backs, Rheumatism S. C.. says: "For years my wife suffered i:-p! you -
motion it was ordered that Com- I *
and all irregularities of the Kidneys intensely from dyspepsia, complicated x times.
table delicacies. They missioner Turner construct roadbed I ..
: and Bladder in both men and EMBALMERSFine with a torpid lived until she lost her
on lands on line between Mr. S. H.Gaitskill's .
are both RICH, PURE and and the women. Regulates Bladder troubles in strength and vigor, and became a mere MHRION HARDWARE: : CO. J
property of
WHOLESOME if suppliedby property children. If not sold by your druggist,I Caskets wreck of her former self. Then she -1.1
the HU'kscn heirs. -
;, will be sent by mail on receipt of SI. tried Electric Bitters, which helped her: .; ;
The application of W. W. Clyatt for
,One small bottle is two months' treat- and Burial RobesAll at once and finally made her entirely'
reduction of assessment on house and
i j ment and seldom fails to to cure any well She is now strong and healthy." t
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY lot known as his residence, from $1500 fOLETSIIONEYANDTARIbku
case above mentioned.Sold Work Done by Licensed Embalmers The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore sells and

GEO. B. TYLER. Proprietor. (Concluded on fourth page.) by all druggists.! and Full Guaranteed guarantees them, at 50c a bottle. Kldaey and Bladder Right A*ci&tnt/ */..*"*.. /lie..tsw
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OUR COUNTY PARLIAMENT report of the farm which report is '
J. R. MARTIN & CO. as follows: SSc:::. COTTON"Yy

(Continued from First Page.) To the Board of County Commissionersof DEPARTMENT
strain of Long Staple Sea Island Cotton is as fine cotton as you can
/ Marlon County: -
r' to $10{''', was after discussion by the get. This year's crop averaged 697 pounds of seed cotton to make 300 pounds
Gentlemen-I visited the farm Rtv.- -. E. A. Keefer, Edittr.
GENERAL LIVERYMEN ward, refused. Commissioner Fort requested poor of lint and sold in Charleston in December at 32c. per pound. Seed $L25 per "
March 3, and found the sick improving.The .
that his vote be recorded as bushel; ten bushels or over at SI per bushel f. o. b. Youngs Island, S. C.
corn and pindar land has been Have you paid your dues!
favoring a 50 per cent reduction of the
neatly prepared. Three tons of the corn Yours respectfully WM. C. GERATY. Youngs Island" S. C.
Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps mount raised. Ed Charles is reported quite sick.
special, manufactured by the Wilson &
Drummers Carryalls Saddle Horses etc. Mr. Charles Peyser applied to the
Toomer Fertilizer Company has been Mrs. Laura Curry continues very ill
board for reduction of assessment and procured at a cost of $20 a ton. This

HORSESHorses exhibited itemized statements of rents and will Take life easy; don't fret and worry.
FINE VEHICLES FAST will give 500 pounds per acre
and expenses upon the property knownas be spread at an early day. The stand Atlantic Coast Line
the Oltensosser building. After Mrs. Lessie Johnson Is in poor health.
examining -
of oats Is scattering but with favorable
and Mules for Sale. Horses the statements made by Mr. I Friends will call and see her.
seasons may make a fair crop.

-_ Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. Peyser, the board felt that the valuation old garden has been planted in cas- THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE

placed thereon was reasonable and refused sava. The vegetable garden is doing VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY

..: J. R. MARTIN & CO. M grant the request. welL The demand for good cabbage Is -CONNECTIONSTO -
"There is that seemeth
a way right
The chairman and clerk of
this board limited, doubtless caused by large
to but the end thereof is the
a man
w>-a instructed to ballots and
prepare of being
damaged cabbage
I quantities THE EAST Over Its own rails to Savannan. Charleston, Richmond" of death."
notices necessary for the special elec- thrown on the market that are unfit to way
All Rail
and Washington the nee via Pennsylvania Ry.
tier. toe held for senator for the 20th ship. There are now 21 pigs and 20 Call at the Mack House for comfortable

senatorial district on Tuesday, March head of shoats that are doing well. The lodging and first class meals.
TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixi
28. W5. sows with young pigs have been plac- West Broadway.
Flyer route via Atlanta
Sternberger & PhillipsWE The application of Rush and Clyatt ed on the oats. Later all will be placedon
is the
I to sell liquor in election district No. them. The rock fence, seventy TO THE EAST The Magnolia Restaurant
Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York. Philadelphiaand
to choice meals and
24 Marion county having been advertised yards in length was let by contract. It place get your
Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York. WashingtonVia
as required by law. and no is nearly I finished, 4 feet wide at bottom lunches at living prices. W. L. Jones
I and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
ARE STILL IN THE objections having been interposed by 3 feet wide on top and 4 feet high, Transportation Company for Baltimore and Phlladel- manager.

I anyone, it was ordered that the said built at a cost of $6.25. This fence will Steamship phia. The pastor and family of Mt. Zion A.

Rush and Clyatt be granted a permit to stand for ages it being securely built. M. E. church were tendered a grand

sell wines liquors and beer in election The old horse has been exchanged fora KEY WEST and HAVANA Co.
Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship reception last night Particulars to
Wall Paper Paintingand district No. 24. Marion county, Florida. nice compact mare of good qualities morrow.

The matter of sending out ballot boxes 8 years old by $25 to boot. Herewithfind Route of the celebrated trains New York & Florida Special, Florida and

for the special election was referredto appended a statement of expensesfor West Indian Limited. Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. Special service tonight at St. James

the chairman of this board with the month of February: mission. Rev. Brazwell of Mt Zion A.
Quickest schedules schedules -
superior service. For information as to rates
ContractingBUSINESS M. E. church will preach at 7:30. Everybody -
I power to act. Superintendent $35; regular field etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with T. C. White, D. P. invited.

It appearing to the board that it hand $12; extra labor $4; cooking A., Tampa; W. J. Craig. G. P. A.; H. M. Emerson. T. M., Wilmington. N. C.

would be economical for the county to $7.50; washing and ironing $5; Wor- We are sorry to learn that the mind

AND WILL CHEERFUL. purchase a pair of mules Commissioners rel's exterminator $5; Ocala Seed Store. of Rev. Isaiah Jones' eldest son is deranged
Excellent Service the West Nortwest
to and
LY GIVE ESTIMATES ON ALL Pyles and Edwards were appointeda $26.85; T. W. Smith & Co., $6.80; Rhein- Passenger the cause we cannot'telL He

KINDS OF THE ABOVE CLASSESOF committee with power to act in the auer & Co., $6.34; A. G. Gates $1; Via Chicago and Florida Limited.Solid is quite a young man.

purchase of a pair of mules. Florida Packing and Ice Co., $2.31; G.
WORK, AND GUARANTEE SAT. WANTED-A good strong steady
K. Robinson. $3.70; Tydings & Co.,
Bond of J. W. Wells having been improperly .
vestibule train of Pullman sleeping, observation library, dining car
ISFACTION.WE $10.25. Total $125.75. colored man to offbeat plank from big
executed was returned for and catches between St Augustine and Chicago, via Atlanta Chattanooga and
saw. Wages $1.25 day of ten hours.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF sold for per
proper execution. Credit, by produce cash Nashville.
Also help to pile spokes by piece work.
Bond of J. S. Driggers os fark and $17.40. Total amount of expenses,

brand inspector was approved with G. $108.35. H. W. Long. Leave St Augustine.. ...... .... ....P. E. C. Ry ... .. ...... ...8:20 a. m. Rim and Spoke Factory.A. .

B. Rush and N. L. Fort as sureties. Commissioner In Charge.Mr. Arrive Jacksonville.... ........ ......F. E. C. Ry... ....... .....9:20 a. m. W. Walker, the world champion

Sign Leave Jacksonville., ... C. ... ... ... 9:30
PaintingI Road bonds I . ....A. L. R. R.... a. m.
overseer were approvedas E. L. Carney, tax collector reported shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen
follows Arrive Tifton..A. C. L. R. R...... ... .....1:25 p. m.
I : collection of $89.75 on account of razors, hair clippers and scissors and
V. M. with S. B. Brooks andS. Leave Tifton.... ..... ... ... ... ..G. S. & 7. Ry....... .. .....l30p.m.
Seckinger, licenses, and polls, $236 regulars and be convinced of his superior skill. Ra-
: Arrive Macon ... ..... ..... .....G. S. & F. Ry.. ... .......4:15 p. m.
D. Atkinson sureties.C. $39 extra polls. zors honed and concaved In all styles.
Leave Macon..C. of Ga. Ry.. ..... .....4:20 p. m.
H. Gray, with M. J. Chitty and W. Justices of the peace reported fines Call at No. 115 N. Magnolia street
D. Mathews Arrive Atlanta... ... ... ..... ....C. of Ga. Ry. .... ...... ..7:00 p. m.
sureties. imposed in their courts as follows: J. next S. A. L
PARIAN PAINT I J. F. Parker with L. L. Aiken and V. M. Barksdale $375; H. W. Douglass Leave Atlanta...... ..... ..... ...W. &: A. R. R...... ..... .7:13 p. m.

M. sureties. Arrive Chattanooga. ... .... .... ....W. & A. R. R.... .. .....10:57 p. m. The influence of the meetings held at
Seckinger, $26; W. O. Waid. $62.50; R. S. Short-
I L. L. Priest with C. Carmichael and Leave Chattanooga.... .. ...... ....N. C. & St L. Ry..10:04 p. m. the First Baptist church of this city is
ridge $10: R Bullock $10.
R. Bullock sureties. Arrive Nashville.. .... ...... ......N. C. &: St. L. Ry. .......3:13 a, m. being felt among the colored element

Guaranteed Weatherproof The of The following justices reported no Leave & N. R. R..... .... .. ...3:40 a. m. We believe that good and lasting results
application Mrs. Mary Sei- fines Imposed in their courts: I. W.
Arrive Evansville....... ........ ....L. & N. R. R..... .... ...8:10 a. m. will come from it.
bert upon lots 1, 4, 5 and 40. McIntosh Boring. J. O. Turnipseed G. M. Richard -
in sections 16 Leave Evansville.... .... .... ......L. & N. R. R..... .. .......8:20 a. m.
and 17 tp 12. r 21, for W. W. Jackson Alex. Wynne M. The K. of P. will hold Its regular
Arrive St. Louis.... ... ... .. .... ....!.. & N. R. R.... .. .......1:53 p. at
recommendation to the to business at the Odd Fellows'Hall
comptroller H. Rou E. S. Smith T. L. Johnson C. meeting
Investigate Before Buying reduce the amount of redemption to the C. Priest and C. R. Veal. Leave EvansvIlle.. .... .. ...... ....E. &: T. H. R. R..... .....8:20 a. m. Wednesday night, March 15. An

1 1I I I face value of the certificates and omitted The following resolution was adoptedand Arrive Terra Haute., ... .... .... ....E. & T. H. R. R..... .. ....11:45 a. m. officers and members are urged to be

years without interest Leave Terra Haute... .... ..........c. & E. L R. R.. .... ......11:50 a. m. according to the rules of the
I taxes was ordered spread upon the minutes: present
Arrive Chicago.. ... ... ...... .... ..c. &: E. I. R. R.... .. ......4:30 p. m. Mitchell
granted. To the Florida Press Association, in lodge. B. J. C. C.; J. M. Wesley

I The application of John T. Hames of Session at Lake City, Fla.: This train is the standard of perfection In passenger service. For Pull- K. of R. and S.

I Belleview for the reduction in the It is with pleasure we second the efforts man reservations and other information apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry., -L. Green the tonsorial artist and

Stcrnberger & Phillips redemption of lots 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13, of the local of this city to
press St. Augustine, or Atlantl cCoast Line office, 138 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla. lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft

I block 2, Belleview was granted and have you meet in the city of Ocala In and swet and my hair-cut Is the beat

the comptroller recommended to allow 1906, and trust we can give you an impression I have two of the finest chairs that turn

the redemption for the face value of the with our hard roads that will
NINETEEN HOURS NEARER Razors fixed In all styles.Call
; every way.
and Warehouse 4f So. St.
Shop Magnolia certificates and omitted MEXICO I
years' taxes soften your opposition to hard roads : and be convinced. West Broad-

I without interest. : in general throughout the state if I NEARLY A DAY SAVED. way, next to A. Smith.

The application of C. M. Livingstonfor such there be. (but would be loth to believe -
Rev. S. A. Huger, P. E, reports quitea
the redemption of the w% of block it), and show you the favor with Via the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE! successful quarterly conference at

2. Dunn's northwest add to Ocala for which they have been received In Marion -
Fairfield last Sabbath, despite the Inclement +
the face value of the certificates and I county and the service they have Through to the City of Mexico by the

omitted years' taxes, without interest been to the agricultural classes and to Iron Mountain Route Texas & Pacific, weather eclipsing previous
2 trains i i years. In fact the district is in a most
was granted.Bill those whose business takes them over dailu International Great Northern and
: excellent and prosperous condition.WOMEN'S .
J Sure from B. B. Wilson clerk of the them and cordially invite you to Ocala 'I. National Lines of Mexico.lal' .

supreme court for costs adjudged and Marion county, after an interval of
Go via Little Rock, Texarkana San KIDNEYS
against the county together with trans- so many years. (Signed.)
cripts of judgments from the Antonio, Laredo and Monterey. Women are more often afflicted with
supreme H. W. Long. Chairman.
Relief for Women. court for said costs were approved by N. A. Fort. Carry Through Sleeping Cars (No kidney disorders than men but attrib-

c the board, and ordered paid as follows: C. W. Turner, change at the Mexican border.) One ute the symptoms to diseases peculiarto

No.18 Central Ave. arrives Mexico City at 10:50 a. m, their sex while in reality the kidneys -
HOT SPIU.NGS,ARK.:, April SO.l00!. 1. Myers (X.) vs. state . .$23 05 S. R. Pyles

Eighteen months ago I was so completely run down %. Myers (N.) vs. state. .. ... 500 J. L. Edwards the other at 7:30 p. m. are deranged. Nervousness, head-

that my body ached from head to foot. My back seemed 3. Jacobs vs. state. .. .. . 12 00 of Marion Co. ache, puffy or dark circles around the
County Tourist Tickets
to break in two and I suffered intense pain in the lower on Sale to Mexico and( California the Year Round
abdomen. I could not afford to lay off and take a rest, 4. Brown (W. L.) vs. state. .. 12 00 eyes pain in the back are signs of
Mr. T. E. Pasteur, county
and no medicine helped me
A friend told me how much any.Wine of Cardui built her 5. Marlow. state.... .... .... 5 00 thereupon made his report of receipts, Through Sleeping Car DAILY St. Louis to San Francisco kidney trouble that must not be Ignored -
op and advised me by all means to take it The day I took or a serious malady will result -
the first dose the recovery of my health<< began. It was disbursements and balances as follows: Colonist Tickets I. E REHLANDER
nearly three months before I was entirely cured but at $57 05 Foley's Kidney Cure has restoredthe
I the look end of that time I was in better health than I had been for seven years. Road Fund On sale to California, Traveling Passenger Agent health of thousands of weak nervous -
Wine of Cardui the
on as
Messrs. W. E.
Allen and W. M. Gist
most blessed medicine that a Balance last report. .$ 4 51 I Oregon and the North- 34 West 9th Street, broken down women. It stops Irregularities
woman she could possibly take when r- reported that they had built hard roadsas 24 : west March 1 to May 15. CHATTANOOGA TENN.
feels sick and tired of life. Treasurer's receipt. 1117 73 $1122 and strengthens the urinary

O&ATOB, WKDSJUDAY CBACTIDQCA CLUB.Mrs. follows during the past month: Disbursed. . .. .. 1121 44 organs. It purifies the blood and

South side and Flemington road, Balance. .. .... $ 80 benefits the whole system. Sold by the

WINEojCARDUI 2277 1-3 yards; Hickman road 3233 1-3 County Proper Fund CHEAP RATES TO Postoffice Drugstore.

yards; McIntosh and Evinston road
Balance last report. .$ 04
with branches to Boardman and :McIntosh -
Nelson describes Treasurer's receipt.. 2157 39 $2157 43 California
the condition of thousands of women. That condition 5200 1-3 yards, and have also and the NorthwestTHE
conies l by slow stages. Usually the important function of menstruation Disbursed. . .... 1843 86 + THE
U at first slightly irre ular. Then comes the painful period Bearing-down built % mile on McIntosh and South- Balance . .. $ 313 57
pains and ovarian inflammation follow. Finally the nervous system gives way side road. NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY

bead and the to foot.whole system has become affected and the pains rack the body from The application of A. E. Delouest for F. and F. Fund "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE. TDU9 PACIRCa

reduction Balance last report. .$ 160 70
on assessment of lots in Gar's -
Wine of Cardui is a menstrual regulator of established reputation. No
woman who takes it suffers as Mrs. Nelson suffered. It gives !speedy and complete add Ocala, from $820 to J300 was Treasurer's receipt. 1477 86 $1683 56 Offers low rates from all Florida points= to California and the Northwest IJklL1IfRY

relief from the torturing menstrual agonies whIch are making so granted.Mr. Disbursed. ... '" 960 03 Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable.

many women invalids today. Do not let yourself come to the pitiable W. M. Lucius, hard road overseer, Balance. .. ... .. $ 678 53 $55.10-Portland, Seattle, Vancouver: and British Columbia points.
condition Mrs. Nelson describes.
reported that he had opened up a good the different $49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butts:, Anaconda. Missoula and intermediate
Secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist today and Amounts expended on The Great Eastern
begin treatment immediately. lime quarry and built 935 yards of hard funds during month of February 1905 points on the Northern Pacific Railway.

road during the past month at a cost as follows: $ .7G-San Francisco, Los Angeles San Diego Benson, Phoenix Prescott and Western Line

4iim '1 of $699.69. County Proper...... .... ....$ 880 48 Tuscon Denver Colorado Springs Leadvllle, Trinidad and Alberquerque.The .
--- Across the Entire States of
The application of J. S. Martin to redeem Road Fund... ... ... ... ... 1522 90 Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville..Proportionate Low Rates From

the nwU of nw4 of sec 22 tp 16, F. and F. Fund. ... ... ... ... 71998 All Florida Points

r 24: for the sum of $10 was granted by Board thereupon adjourned. IEXA$ und LOllI&IU4&
The "Dixie Flyer" Route Is via Tifton Macon Atlanta Chattanooga
the board and the
recommended H. W. Long Chairman.
Seaboard Air-Line Nashville and St Louis. Two trains dally with through sleepers to 6t Louis
to allow the
Ry.FOR same. Attest: S. T. Sistrunk Clerk.
The application of H. Dansby to redeem -
Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m. via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry.
all of block 10, Reddick. lots 1, 2, LIKE FINDING MONEY Direct Line to
Leave Jacksonville 8:05: m. via the Atlantic Coast Line
p. Ry.
3, block 9, Reddick, and lot 1, block 15, NORTH TEXAS
Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May
RedJick at the face value of certifi-
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, cates and omitted years' taxes, without Finding: health is like finding moneyso 15, inclusive and from September 15 to October 3L Nt.W MtXICO

Baltimore think those who are sick. When For schedlues and other Information write to E. J. Walker Florida
Richmond, Washington, Philadelphia, interest, was granted by the board and map ; ARIZONA -
ycu have a cough cold sore throat or
the Passenger Agent "Dixie Flyer" Route, Jacksonville Florida.
and New York. comptroller recommended to allow
chest irritation better act promptly and
the same. --- -
like W. C. Barber of Sandy Level Va.
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY Upon application of E. C. Smith. the CALIFORNIA
He says: "I had a terrible chest trouble. I IMPROVED SERVICE
board authorized the redemption of the
caused by smoke and coal dust on my WRITE FOR NEW BOOK Of TJCZ1S. 71ZZ
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED| J w4 of neVJ of nl4. sec 22:!, tp 15 r 21.
lungs; but after finding no relief in
and eH? of nw1 4 of ne4, sec 22:!, tp 15. to Hot Ark. E. P. TURNER
other remedies I was cured by Dr. Memphis Springs
SEABOARD EXPRESS r 21, at the face value of certificatesand King's., New Discovery for Consumption General Passenger Agent

omitted years' taxes without interest
Coughs and Colds. Greatest sale VIA DALLAS TEXAS
SEABOARD MAIL and recommended that the
of any cough or lung medicine in the
comptroller allow the !same. world. At the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
The application of Miss Louella Gary
PULLMAN : store SOc. and
MODERN EQUIPMENTThe ; $1; guaranteed. Trial IKE TOMPKINSHas
to redeem the certificates lots
Seaboard Florida Limited is a solid vestibuled train, composed exclusively against bottle free. train leaves Memphis 10 a. m-, reaching Hot Springs 3:45 p. m.
I &3. 8S and
100. add
Gary's to Ocala at
Carries observation, cafe car, Pullman parlor car and day coaches.
of new Pullman equipment ining car, double drawing room sleepers. face value thereof and omitted years'taxes a well selected stock of
stateroom and observation cars op erating between St Augustine and BIG GLASS TUMBLER SALE NIGHT TRAIN
without interest, allowed b '
> Fresh Meats.ol all kinds.
New York via Washington leaving St Augustine 12:10 VARIETY STORE NEXT MONDAY Leaves
Jacksonville to p. the board and the comptroller recorr- Memphis 8:30, reaching Hot Springs next morning. Carries Pullman.

m. and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily, Including Sundays. mended to grant the same. drawing room sleeper and day coach. Vegetables and Greens.

ONLY LINE The application of H. G. Eagleton to "Woof mar." See that your ticket reads via THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM" from Fresh and Salt Water Fish received

Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor redeem lots 9, 16, 1?, 20 22, 24. 38 and Memphis, thereby avoiding change of depots at that point every day. Cedar Key Oystersreceived

information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Seaboard" daily. Leave your orders
tificates and omitted years' taxes, with- with s
write me. Prompt delivery.I. .
or :
out Special Rates
interest was granted by the board
A. O. MACDONELL. A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON. JR., P. A, Rock Isand!
and the comptroller recommended to $11.95-ATLANTA, GA. and return.

Jacksonville, Florida. allow the same. Tickets on sale May 14 and 15. limited System < S. L. PARROTT. Dist, Pass. Agt, I. E, TOMPKINS,

JACKSONVILL FLORIDA Mr. H. W. Long thereupon made hie returning to May 20. No. 6, N. Pryor St, Atlanta, Ga. Uty Market.
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