The Ocala evening star

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


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


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

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J. R. MARTIN & CO. Mote.SUFFERED Breshltofkr FOR, THE Ru..lan PEOPLE.Patriot SPECIAL RATES sac. COTT.O t N -THEijJP"EO r

Round Trip Colonist Rates to Texas, KPAHMENT
Who \{ a !Siberian Exile.
My strain of Long Staple Sea Island Cotton la as fine,can
The experiences of Mme. Catherine Oklahoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory -
get. This year's crop averaged 691 pounds of seed cotton to make 300 pounds
Bresnkovsky. who has come from Russia Each First and Third Tuesday
GENERAL LIVERYMENFine to the United States in the interest ot lint and sold in Charleston In December at 32c. per pound. Seed, '1.%$ per Rev. J. E.J&"KlrJEditr.R. .

of the Russian revolutionary movement One-way and round trip colonist ratesto bushel; ten bushels or over at $I per bushel, f. o. b. Youngs Island S. C. .. -

make a story of adventure and the West and Northwest. WPrloleaux is Improving.Mrs. .
Yours respectfully WM. C. GERATY. Youngs Island S. c:
hardship rarely equaled even in the One-way colonist rates to Californiaand
Carriages| Buggies and Traps Laura Curry is much better to-
pages of fiction. She belongs to a noble the Northwest from :March 1 un-

Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. family and was cradled in luxury. til May 15, 1905. day.
Becoming interested in improving the
Special first class round trip rates to What has become of the Ocala baseball

FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses young condition woman of the, she peasant taught class in when schools a I Colorado every day until May L Return Atlantic Coast Line- team? .

established for their education, but she limit June 1, 1905.
Reputation ia what .people say and
soon saw that they needed bread even The choice of the two most direct ,
think Character Is what
you are. you
and Moles for Sale. Horses more than education and possessed so routes and three gate-ways.
little land that it was Impossible for THROUGH: CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA really are.
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. them to make a living. Union and Southern Pacific. '
"Theres a way,that seemeth.rightto
She dreamed of going to America or Through Pullman tourist cars operated ? _
Africa In search of gold mines, hop- each Monday from Birmingham -CONNECTIONSTO a man. but the end thereof Is the

t J.. R. MARTIN &CO.RESTAURANTS ing thus to obtain wealth with whichto Ala., and three cars a week from way of death."

aid them. But her family opposedthis. Washington. D. C., to San Francisco TH E EAST Over its own rails to Savannan. Charleston Richmond,
Call at the
Mack House for comfortable -
She then engaged In work for All Rail and Washington, the nee via Pennsylvania Ry.
via Atlanta, Montgomery and
lodging and first class meals
New Orleans without change. Effective West Broadway.

March 1, we operate every Mon- TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
Air ryw day and Wednesday Pullman tourist Flyer route via Atlanta Rev. S. H. Hadley deputy grand mas-

cars from St Louis to San Francisco ter of Marion county of A. F. Moo Is in

'without change via the Chicago and TO THE EAST Via Save & Ocean. S. Co. for New York. Philadelphiaand the city on business.

.Z.: First Class Meals Alton P. R., and the Union Pacific Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington,
Via and Baltimore. The Magnolia Restaurant is the
R. R., via Kansas City and Denver. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
place to get your choice meals and
Ask for particulars, Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel-
Steamship lunches at living prices. W. L. Jones,
CAREFULLY 1 PREPARED LUNCHES J. F. Van Renssalaer Gen. Agt, phia. manager.

13 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga.G. .
KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.
W. Ely T. P. A. Johnnie Vogt made a flying trip to

Shady Grove last night to attend the
Oystei-s in All Styles Route of the celebrated trains New York & Florida Special. Florida and
marriage of his mother account of
"Woodmar.r West Indian Limited.. Chicago and Florida. Limited and Dixie. Flyer.
which will appear later.
Quickest schedules, superior service. For Information as to rates, schedules

Dining Room open until midnight. Personal CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED etc., consult the purple folder or communicate with T. C. White D. P. WANTED good strong .steady

attention given to special orders, anythingthe A.. Tampa; W. J. Craig, G. P. A.; H. M. Emerson T. M., Wilmington, N. C colored man to ofCbear plank from,big j

market offers prepared for the table on i, Via Louisville & Nashville Railroad saw. Wages, $1.25 per day of ten hours.

short notice.Dumb'Vaiter i Only solid Pullman train, with observation Also help to pile spokes by piece work.

and library cars from Florida Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest Rim and Spoke Factory.

Copyright. 1904, by Mandelkern. II'II'm i to St. Louis, Chicago, the West and Via Chicago and Florida Limited.Solid
CATHERINE: BBESHKOVSKT. We know of some housekeepers who
Northwest with much quicker time
Connects With Bar complain of not being able to keep
the relief and education of the peas than on any other line. All meals in
vestibule train of Pullman sleeping observation library, dining car house because they haven't fine furni
antry, and she and others who !labored I j dining car; service, a la carte. Finest
Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. with her fell under suspicion of the I I dining car service in the South. and Nashville.catches between St. Augustine and Chicago, via Atlanta Chattanooga and ture. Just keep in good order that

government Mme. Breshkovsky and I I which they have.A. .
Leave St.
Augustine dally 8 a, In.

Special Price to Regular Boarders 2,000 others were arrested. About 1,000 I I Leave Jacksonville daily 9:30 a. m. Leave St Augustine. ...... .... ...F. E. C. Ry.... .. ...... ...8:20 a. m. ,
of these were imprisoned. Some 300 W. Walker the world champion
I I Arrive Chicago next day. 4:30: p. m. Arrive Jacksonville... ........ ......F. E. C. Ry... ....... .....9:20 a. m.
were detained for trial, and of these i shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen
THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt 100 died because of the ill treatment i I Arrive St. Louis next day 1:36 p. In. Leave Jacksonville.... ..... ... .....A. C. L. R. R....... ... ... .9:30: a. m. razors hair clippers and scissors and

they received while in prison await- Also through Pullman drawing room Arrive Tifton..... ... ... ... .. .....A. C. L. R. R...... ... .....1:25 p. m.
be ccnvined:: of his superior skilL Ra
ing determination of their fate. Mme. I sleeping cars daily from Jacksonville Leave Tifton.... ..... ... ... ... ..G. S. & 5\ Ry. ... ... .....1:30 p. m.
zors honed and concaved in all styles.Call .
:McGra: ih's Stand Breshkovsky was' sentenced to work in on A. C. L. 8:05 p. m. Train to Bir- Arrive Macon. ... .... .... ....G. S. & F. Ry.. ... ...... .4:15 p. m.
at No. 115 N. Magnolia street
the gold mines of Siberia a coincidence mingham, Nashville Evansville, St.I Leave Macon..... ..... .. ... ....C. of Ga.. Ry _. ..... .....4:20 p. m.

full of irony In view of the fact thatIt I Louis Chicago, on S. A. L., 8:55 a. m.. Arrive Atlanta... ... ... ..... ....C. of Ga. Ry.... ...... ...7:00 p. m. next S. A. L.
had been her dream to become rich
through gold mines in order to help I train to Pensacola, Mobile and New Leave Atlanta..... ..... .. ... ...W..& A. R. R... ... ..... .7:13 p. m. Rev. H. W. Little will preach for Rev.

the peasants. Before her sentence she I Orleans. Arrive Chattanooga.... .... .. .. .....W. & A. R. R... .. .....10:57 p. m. Jno. B. Brown tonight at St. James P.

was kept for a long time in the "black If best service is desired ask for Leave ....N. C. & St. L. Ry.. ......10:04 p. m. E. church. All are cordially asked to be

hole" a pit, damp and without light. tickets via L. & N. Arrive.Nashville.. .... ,..... .....N. C. & St. L. Ry. ... .... 3:13 a.. m. present, as this will be ,Rev. Little's

On the Journey of 5,000 miles to the For rates, Pullman reservations etc., Leave Nashville... .. ... .... ..L. & N. R..R..... .... .. ....3:40 a.. m. farewell address at this mission.

Sternbcrgcr & PhillipsWE prison to which she was committed in call on or write Geo. E. Herring, Fla. Arrive ....L. & N. R. R..... .... ....8:10 a. m.

Siberia she experienced many horrors. i Pass Agt. 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Leave Evansville.... .... ..... ......L. & N. R. R.... .. ....... 8:20 a. m. Mrs. C. C. Curry has opened first
Mme. seeks to I
Breshkovsky arouse Fla. Arrive St. Louis.. ... ... ..?.. ....L. & N. R. R... .. .......1:53 p. m. class dress making, fitting and cutting
the Interest of the American people In
the condition of the poorer classes In Leave Evansville.. .... .. ... .' ..?E. & T. H. R. R..8:20 a, m. business. Work done In the latest andbest

ARE STILL IN THE Bussla and to secure aid in creating COUGHED ALL NIGHT Arrive Terra Haute.... .... .... ....E. & T. H. P. R..... .. .. .11:45 a. m. styles. Residence, one block northof

sentiment outside of Russia against the Leave Terra Haute... .... ..........C. & E. L R. R.. .... ......11:50 a. m. county jaiL

governmental abuses which exist under But Quickly Cured by Chamberlain'sCough Arrive Chicago.. ...... ... ... .... ..c. & E. L R. R.... .. .....4:30 p. m.
the rule of bureaucracy. 'L. Green, the tonsorial artist and

Wall Paper Painting Remedy This train Is the standard of perfection! In passenger service. For Pull- lightning shaver.. My razor.shayes! _soft

ROBERT WATCHORN. "A few mornings ago Mr. J. G. Smith- man reservations and other Information apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry.. and sweat and my hair-cut la the beet

I erman a good citizen of this place, St Augustine, or AUanti cCoast Line office 138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla I have two of the finest chairs, that turn:

An Immigrant Who Has Risen to Be came to the store for medi- Razors fixed in ailetylea.
I a cough every way. ,. !
CommUiiloner of Immigration. I
and Contracting cine." says Dr. C. N. Parnell of Maples. Call and ,be convinced. Wes ..Broadway -
Robert Watchorn, who was recently
vine Ala. "He waa so hoarse that he next to A. Smith.
appointed commissioner of immigration -I IMPROVED SERVICE
at New York could hardly talk end said he had
to succeed William
The pastor of Mt. Zion A. M. B.
I Williams, has made a record in the coughed all the night before. I sold hima
BUSINESS, AND WILL CHEERFUL. church Rev. J. S. Braswell, and family
government Immigration service. For bottle of Chamberlain's Cougb Rem Memphis to Hot Springs Ark.
LY GIVE ESTIMATES ON ALL were agreeably surprised on last Tues
edy and told him that if it did not relieve -
day night with one of the largest
o him he might bring the bottle VIA
"poundings" in the history of the
WORK, AND GUARANTEE SAT- back and get his money. I saw him the
ij church. There was a large number,
ISFACTION.WE next morning carrying the bottle to THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEMMorning
who approached the parsonage at a late
the store where he works and he told
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF hour, singing, "Nearer My God to
I me it did him more good than any med- train leaves Memphis 10 a. m., reaching Hot Springs 3:45 p. m. "
Thee, while the pastor thought he
icine he ever used." For sale by the Carries observation, cafe car. Pullman parlor car and day coaches.
I II surely was about to go nearer Him
I Postoffice Drugstore. NIGHT TRAIN
not knowing what it meant Heavy
I Leaves Memphis 8:30, reaching Hot Springs next morning. Carries Pullman clothes baskets, well laden with groceries -

N Pure fresh milk ana cream at the drawing room, sleeper and day coach. etc., and a well filled purse, were
1 Fort King Dairy.
I See that your ticket reads via "THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM" from given, as a token of their esteem and

tib Memphis, thereby avoiding change of depots at that point. love for them. The reverend expresseshis

and invites them to
thanks come
again as early as possible.No .

RocKlslandrysieui; I 1 one knows where and how.the

shoe pinches but he who wears It.
There are many ,who suggest what is

Guaranteed Weatherproof fop' No. 6. N. Pryor St, Atlanta, Ga. best and even go far, enough;to dictate -

0 RAILWAY and draw their own. conclusionsas

to the why and wherefore of things
MEXICO. ; but no one can settle your affairs.better -
The Great Eastern
Investigate Before Buying NEARLY A DAY SAVED. than yourself. It is the fashion now

I and Western Line days for people to attempt to run your
business for as they see it, and
Via the you
some years he was supervising immi- '!Across the Entire States 01! IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTEThrough why? Just because you will not give

grant inspector for the United Statesat I them the details of your environments.

Montreal. He was born at Alfre- mXA and to the City of Mexico by the The better way is to accept good adviceas

ton, Derbyshire, England, in 1SGS and i LOUISIANANO Iron Mountain Route. Texas & Pacific.
& information, but decide for yourself.
2 trains
Sternbergcr PhillipsShop attended the British common schools, I d'ailu International Great Northern and

but at an early ape went to work in TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS National Lines of Mexico.

the coal mines. While still a boy he WOMEN'S KIDNEYS

I emigrated to the United States and In Direct Line to Go via Little Rock Texarkana, San /

and Warehouse 4J So. Magnolia St. time paid for the passage across the At f NORTH TEXAS Antonio Laredo and Monterey.
I Women are more often afflicted with
lantic of father, mother, brothers and Carry Through Sleeping Cars (No kidney disorders than but attrIbute
sisters, one by one. He worked In the I NhW MtXICO B O lii n I meiv
rains change at the Mexican border.) One the symptoms to diseases.peculiar
coal mines in this country and became
prominent in the Knights of Labor and II ARIZONA arrives Mexico yt 10:SO a. m, to their sex. while in reality the.kid.

I afterward In the United Mine Work- and the other at 7:30 p. m. neys are deranged. Nervousness, headache -

ers. He was appointed a factory in- puffy or dark circles around the
I CALIFORNIAWRITE Tourist Tickets on Sale to Mexico and California the Year Round
spector in Pennsylvania and later entered I eyes, pain In the back are signs of

the immigration service, rising FOR NEW BOOKOFTEXAs. FREE Through Sleeping Car DAILY St. Louis to San Francisco kidney trouble that must not be Ignored -
Seaboard Air-Line I from one position of importance to an I -
or a serious malady will .result
Ry.FOR other. Commissioner Watchorn has I E. P. TURNER Colonist Tickets I. E REHLANDER,
I lie Foley8 Kidney Cure has restored
never forgotten the days when was
General Passenger On sale to California Traveling Passenger Agent,
himself an immigrant. Ills first experience Agent the health of thousands of weak nervous -
Oregon and the North- 34 West 9th Street.CHATTANOOGA,
on landing In New York was not DALLAS. TEXAS broken down women. It stops irregularities -
west March Ito May 15. TENN.
encouraging. Stepping up to a fruit and strengthens the urinary

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, stand near the Battery he asked fora L.ALEXANDERPractical organs. It purifies the blood and
of the red cheeked and
couple benefits the whole systemSold by the
Richmond Washington Philadelphia, handed $1 over the counter. The man CHEAP RATES TO Postoffice Drugstore.

and New York. in charge slipped the money into the .

cash drawer and went on with work CARPENTER AND BUILDER California and the Northwest
"My change:" exclaimed Watchorn. Careful estimates made on all coatract
I Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
"You get no change," replied the i rrork. Gives more and better work for I THE NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY
FLORIDA LIMITED I 1888 Laws of Florida.
fruiterer. I he money than any other In town. "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE.
"Do you charge SI for two apples?" I Notice is hereby given that.R. D. Mc

SEABOARD EXPRESS "Go on about your business:" commanded Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest Donald. purchaser4 of tax certificate No.

the man. "There's no change lIKE low S03. dated the 6th day of August A. D.
which the
TOMPKINS Below are a few points to rates are applicable.
SEABOARD MAIL due you!" I $55.10-Portland, Seattle, Vancouver and British Columbia points. 1900, has filed said certificate In my

counter"If you'll I'll come punch out your from ead behind!" roared that Has a well selected stock of $49.90 Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte Anaconda Missoula and Intermediate office deed to and issue has in made accordance application with for

PULLMAN Watcborn. But the didn't points on the Northern Pacific Railway.
I Fresh Meats ot aU kinds.
embraces the following
the invitation, and Watchorn Is still I $44.70-San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego. Benson. Phoenix. Pres- Said certificate
Seaboard Florida Limited Is a solid vestibuled train composed exclusively I situated In Marion
waiting for his change.A Vegetables and Greens. cutt Tuscon Denver Colorado Springs, Leadville Trinidad and Alberquerque. described property
of new Pullman equipment dining car, double drawing room, sleepers -
to-wit E of
The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville .Proportionate Low Rates From county. Florida : % ne%
stateroorr and observation cars operating between St. Augustine and Fresh and Salt Water Fish received ne% of sex, sec 4, tp 14, r 24. The

Jacksonville to New York via Washington; leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. FAVORITE REMEDY FOR BABIESIts every day. Cedar Key Oysters All Florida Points said land being assessed at the date of

m. and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily, including Sundays. pleasant taste and prompt cures received daily. Leave your orders The "Dixie Flyer" Route Is via Tifton, Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga the Issuance of such certificate in.the

ONLY LINE have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with me. Prompt delivery. Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to 6t Louis: name of F. Q. Brown. Unless said certificate -
a favorite with the mothers or small
I and Chicago. shall be redeemed. according, to
from Jacksonville to New Orleans
Operating Daily Through Sleepers -
children. It quickly cures their coughs
I.I E TOMPKINS Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m, via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. law, tax deed will, 1tr!thereon,on the
For Information and sleeper reservations, can on any agent Seaboard, and colds and prevents any danger of ,
Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. moo via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry. 18th day of March. A. D. 1905.
or write: pneumonia or other serious conse-
City Market. Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May Witness my official Bignatureand

.A. 0. MACDONELL. A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.. P. A.. quences. For sale by the Postoffice 15. inclusive and from September 15 to October'3L seal this the 12th day of February. A.

Jacksonville Florida. Drugstore. iOLEIS: ffONEYA.'fDTAD For maps, schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker FloridaI D.1905. S. T,Sstni k.

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I Nuts, fruits and candies at Taylor's. Cures Gilds: ; Prevent Pneumonia I Passenger Agent '"Dixie Flyer" Route, Jacksonville. Florida, _. _. Clerk ,Circuit Court, Marlon CoLFla.
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H. MARSH, Assistant Manager. $3.00 $$3.50 $4.00 TO THE! 't";,. ; '

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(Branch Commercial Bank Jacksonville.) "FELLOWGRAFT" "RASTON HEALTH" r 'i ,

Capital, 1100,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 137,835.37

Our prices are figured on the very
W. are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any Accommodations Consistent .
lowest cash basis, and under no circumstances -,
With Safe Banking. SHOES
will we ship goods C. 0. D. i :- .
lit as the express company will only take

Interest Paid on Time Deposits., Safety Deposit, Vaults for Rent whiskey at owner's risk, and open. The ..

I The snappiest line of Men's Low Cuts. in OCALA. laws will not allow them to ship liquors -

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C. 0. D. We will accept express orders, l

OCALA OCCURRENCESSalted "Sunny Jim" Robinson of "Sunny postoffice money orders, one and two- _

Jim" shoe fame, since Monday has visited Give us a call.lleIdllstollPastdur. cent stamps and checks on parties we ,;

Anthony. WHliston. Montbrook, know are O. K. eW buy for cash and z
peanuts at Taylor's.
Morriston, Standard Early Bird and sell for cash, thereby giving our customers -

York and sold a bill or two at every n the benefit of ba daccounts. -
Vanilla Ice cream at Taylor's. ..:t-,
point. If we were to name the total of I 1 : .,

his sales it would make an impression.As 0 0HOTEL Ol ,- j.
Hot soda at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
tore. a salesman. "Sunny Jim" hasn't an J903 we pore- : ,

i equal in the state.
I chased the oldest Saloon
Souvenir Cards at the Postofflc
W. carry the finest and most com-
Drugstore.A Business in Florida
plete line of soaps perfumes and toilet DE KAISERMr. ,
articles in the city. Tydings and MUSTJE
full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- The McGrath Place -
Co and Mrs. Kaiser moved Wednes-
dings and Co. I
dispatches Castro,
dad morning into their new quarters at say pres-
ident of Venezuela, is getting ready to Since that time we have rearranged
the bottling works, and christened the
Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for You have of L-. invade the United States with an army everything, and made it one of the most _
house Hotel de Kaiser. The turned
your stove wood. course had f4fI of 30,000 men. They will land at New attractive places in Ocala. .We have 12 ____________$ .
house Hotel de Kaiser. They turned I
room office and kitchen is on the first Orleans and march up the Mississippi added a large bottle business to it, as 4 quart:____________ 5.00
Captain C. T. Gibson of Grahamvlll alley to Chicago. well as a first class Cafe and Private
CHOCOLATE CREW SODA floor and upstairs are twelve as pretty
was In the city today. ) Dining Rooms. We carry everything 1 quart ------------ 1.50
and nicely furnished rooms as can be
UEucwn 1\ Ii ICE CREAM SODA A CARD PARTY good to eat and drink, and if you will
found in any of the smaller hotels of the
See the boomerangs at the Ocala ) HOT CHOOOLATE call on us when in Ocala we will do
Miss Violet Harris entertained at
country. Mr. Kaiser also has eight I
News Company's store. I all in our to and ;
of their j power please you
*f. one zaa.Dy stoics ADd con bedrooms in Mr. II. C. Jones' house and cards last night at her beautiful homeon
sidered the best you ever drank make you feel like you are welcome.
South Third street. About thirty
former residence next door. Mr. Kaiseris
Mr. S. W. Petteway of Dunnellon. Call and see ui.
All Chocolate Drinks servedat setting a table second to none in the of the young society people were pres-
with his family, was in town today.
ent. Whist the The
city. was game. prize
our fountain are made with We with
winners were Mr. E. T. Helvenston the are you

FOR RENT-Two cottages. Applyto d j4z? Chocolate and after CIRCULATING LIBRARYWe gentleman's: first prize, and Mr. Howard -
Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 95 South Third St.
when it
their formula.T. Clark the booby; Miss Valeta Pot- 1 i ? comes

ter the ladies' first prize and Miss
Taylor has a full line of Lowney's W. TROXLER have in our Circulating Library R
Edith Taylor of Cincinnati the
about 60 volumes of the late and conso-
bulk candies. They are second to none.
Fruits, Confections, Cigars and Tobacco lation. Light refreshments were seryed.nJ .
lar novels, that we are renting out at
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23c. per volume. Ocala New Company.The .
FOR SALE-Three fine milch cows.

Inquire of B. II. Seymour Ocala Fla. .

Dr. Clarence Silverlockett arrivedon Yonge & Cline Company, who

:Mr. Sumter Brooks the Oldtown mer- the noon train yesterday from Cuba will deal in all kinds of machinery and o r N They are always fresh and II

chant, was in the city today with a where in company with his sister irrigating plants, are having their sign ,

load of eggs. Mrs. West and two charming young Indies painted in large letters on their new our prices generally a little ..

the Misses Leywood, he has been building on Osceola street, and "Sunny aFoRcEBECAUSE t .1 -

Our stock of blank books stationery, since last January, visiting and seeing Jim" of the "Sunny Jim" shoe fame lower when quality is' con

stationers' supplies is complete Call the sights. The party was met at the will show you a 10x18 foot sign tomor- -.
on us. Ocala News Co. depot by Mrs. H. G. McDavid who is row that will just make you laugh. sidered.
an old school mate of the doctor's. Theyall
Seed time is here. Our seeds have drove out to Silver Springs and We have a complete stock of the Na :
the reputation for being the best on were delighted with that beautiful spot. tional Biscuit Company's delicious GETTING IT.HEADQUARTERS. Market price paid for country

the market. Tydings & Co. The party was en route for home In package goods. H. B. Masters. JI

Springfield, Mass. I F *. a produce of all kinds.
Miss Yates of Anthony accompaniedher :, -0
Messrs. W. A. Murphy and A. J. McLaughlin -

father Mr. C. C. Yates, to town William Shaffer a braKeman of Dennison two excellent young men of SINGER SEWING MACHINE CP. c- Prompt attention given to orders !

this morning to do some shopping.Just Ohio was confined to his bed for Fairgeld were in the city yesterday,

several weeks with inflammatory rheu- and dined at the Olala House. At Helvenston- Pasteur Com Tr y by mail.We .

received, fresh candy at Tay- matism. "I used many remedies" he pany

lor's. Sparrows Chocolates Caramel! says. "Finally I sent to McCaw's drug PIANO FOR SALE-A good Everett Where Mrs. ,L. W Jackson will be to I p

Beauties, Marshmallows and Alakuma. store for a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain present the adrJrable of the
upright piano in splendid condition qualities O keep on hand at all times the largest -
Balm at which time I was unable to Indispensable household necessity. Sup- ra
aand tone. Will sell cheap for cash. ti' _
Our prescription flepartment Is the use hand or foot and in one week's Apply at this office. plies of all kinds for sale. stock of Whiskies, Wines and Beers

most up-to-date and has the most care- time was able to go to work as happy
in Florida and do the largest mail orderCARMICHAELS ,
ful attention of any In the city. Ty as a clam. For sale by the Postoffice '
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice Mrs. Pearl Wright of St. Joe Mo.,
dings and Co. Drucstoie. SPECIAL business. This business has grown
Drugstore. who has been spending the winter with

---- her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pear- PURE 7 YEAR OLD RYE. steadily by fair treatment, good goods,
Co!. John L. Inglis of Rockwell
Mrs.! Pearl Wright of St. Joe. Mo.. pres- .
son, will leave tomorrow for St. Augus- The best medium'grade Whiskey on earth.
and that alone If
it of the Dunnellon Phosphate Co., prices quality
was the guest Mr. and Mrs. J. T. idi govern.
of tine, accompanied by her mother here 4 full qts., delivered, $3.25. 2 full l qts., de-
Lancaster to dirtier yesterday } was in the city today. they will spend a week ere Mrs. Wright livered, 200. I qt $1.00. you wan, liquor, we have it from GOOD

.Iue friendly good-bye. Handsome, high roller top office Davin S.ooro leaves for home. Mrs. Wright has a Pints, Soc. Half pints, 25c. to the very BEST ever distilled. ,

host of friends in Ocala who regret to
FOR SALE-At a bargain--three desks, all of the latest improvementsand
see her leave.
ponies; will work anywhere; not afraid finest finish 4% and 5 feet in I

of auto or train. Also a number of good j width, and from J25:! to $30 each. Just

milch cows. Call on D. M. Boney. received by the Ocala Furniture Com- Mr. W. M. Gist. one of the progressive THE CARMICHAEL & SON COR .

pany. citizens of McIntosh, was in the cit 1::1 I i id

He .said everybody bus !
Quite a crowd went out to the race ; ROOM 12 P. 0- BLOCK today. was )
in his section, aiid the for
track this morning to see the spirited "W oodmar.

contest between J. R. Martin's and 1\ large orange crop was good. The lettuce Opposite A. C. L. Depot and West of Square.
\ would be tc.
FLORIDA growers again ready
Walter Ray's fleet-footed steppers. OCALA
Mrs. P. W. Miller\ opened the Florida. -
t ship in a few days he being one of the
House yesterday as a first class board- '1

You tat find at our sore also at ing house. Mrs. Miller\ is from I number.Mr.-- .
recently ag-I.
Mr..George Close, the gang plow
the Ocala House stand a full line of cigars Tampa and her husband is the local :
riculturist was in town today, and to PATRONIZE YOUR HOME MERCHANTS'
souvenirs and post cards. Our agent for the Peninsular Insurance Co. REAL ESTATE I John Gordon, for many years a an inquiry by a Star reporter said he I : .

cards are 1 eat and very pretty. Call resident of Daisy and Cotton Plant, but '
was just stirring the earth and waiting
and see them. Ocala News Company. who some years ago left for Union City, AND BUY THE .
Spring Millinery Opening. Friday and LOANS for the sun to shine; that he had
Tenn., to make it his home concluded
Saturday, of beautiful new goods. planted his 50-Acre cantaloupe field j i
The King's Daughters held a well attended with his experience of crops, etc., to
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick. INVESTMENTS three times. The first planting is up, !
and interesting meeting yester- return to our genial climate, and is
j the second is swelling and the thirdis
day afternoon in the Elks' Hall. The back bag and baggage to drive his
Captain Harrison of Leesburg is vis- just in, so he can head off the probable HARDMANPIANO
work was mostly routine and looking I home stakes for good. He will live in
iting his daughter. Mrs. D. E. Davidson frosts.
after several sick persons who are under Ocala and follow his trade of carpen-
in the second ward.
their fostering care. Mrs. Ed Carmichael I tering.
I The following came down from the'J
was tenderly remembered in Ph hat L Lailds
I The Fort King Dairy sells nothing East Florida Semis ry at Gainesville i
her Illness. Mrs. Bostick's millinery opening drewa
I but pure milk and cream. I this afternoon: MJSS I FiAnie Robinson I
r great many ladies to inspect the fine i 1
I and her chum. MU.S Rp1>etta Perry, in
When bilious try a dose of Chamberlain's [ Mr. Roy Fyller, who has spent several 'I array of headgear. The display i is! highly ('oE'tlt"rnatul< r hel -bud" Julian I

Stomach and Liver Tablets add, (\jnh .l is uncle, John Ful I creditable and the admiration the I
years. ., a Specialty Robinson, Ross Chambers, Bruce Mef-
creation elicited is testimony of
realize for once how quickly a fiat I Ilt"r. of Weiser. Idaho, has returned spring fert and Osco and Guy Zewadski. Theyare
its interest and excellence.Don't
class up-to-date medicine will correct
horn f nndTis located at the
1 here to spend Sunday with their
the disorder. For sale by the Postoffices Montezuma. I I
respective parents.
Drugstore.Mr. eat poor bread. Try a barrelof

If you want china or crockery any I have the following properties in I II Iglehart's Swansdown Flour. At H. -- -- PURCHASER

J. E. Roach. Florida! traveling kind see us at once, as we have Just Ocala and vicinity for sale: I i B. Masters. Col\ G. C. Martin, accompanied by f TERMS TO SUIT THE .

agent for the Central of Georgia Ry.. I received one of the biggest jobs in this his charming daughter, Miss Helen, of

and Mr. C. S. Hall commercial agent. Captain R. D. Harrison of Leesburgand Brooksville. arrived in the city this do and
ware ever shown in Ocala. McIver 2. Two-story house on South Orange We are now prepared to timing

for the Rock Island and Frisco Rys., & MacKay. street, belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin York was in the city today, and in afternoon and will be the guests for a

both of whom have headquarters in and next door to residence of D. S. conversation said that he was surprised few days of Mrs. J. J. Pyles and fam- repairing on short notice.

l Jacksonville, were in the city this af Woodrow. I that some firm did not establish a ily at their home south of town.
ternoon. wholesale house at Silver Springs! and I !

the BAZARFrank 3. All of block 22. Caldwell's addi- get the benefit of the water rate of The Fort King Dairy will deliver I OCALA MUSIC CO..L

) tion to Ocala (one acre) beir.g the freight. Judging from his experiencein milk or cream to any part of the city I

THE BOSTON STORE Oadson's Bazar is never behind property immediately north of Mr. J. the years of the past, such a house before breakfast.Mrs. .

in up-to-date seasonable goods. R.! Moorhead's home. would build up a big trade with interior -

The Bazar has them. points as it would lessen the expense J. L. Feaster of Micanopy and

Easter NoveltiesThe 5. The Lewis Plater workshop on of handling the goods one time, her visiting friend Miss Mattie Ford ---.L_ '

IntroductorySale Easter Strap Sandal the latest South Second street. and which of itself would be a hand- of Lynchburg... who have been

i some interest on the miney invested, to F's.
spending several weeks with Mrs.
neatest, prettiest and best, in White,
7: The Rogers place on the south- say nothing of the difference in freight. sister. Mrs. T. M. Moore, returned home I
Blue. Pink. (Cream and Black Satin
west ejjge of town, consisting of two- II
Cloth. You will not be in it without it. Thursday. I II I
story house and SO acres of land. Mrs. :N. Barco left on Wednesday II II
Also newest styles in Neckwear :Xo\el- I I
morning for Decatur Ga., to visit her
8. The Wade Hoard property, con- daughter. Miss Minnie, who is attend-
Handsome Easter Dress Goods. large THE LUNGS I
sisting of small house and lot, due ing the Agnes Scott Institute at that !
figures-the latest product of the loomin
Begins south of D. E. Mclver's residence. place. She will also visit relatives in "Several years since my lungs were j
design and fabric. I
Atlanta before the returns home.- so badly affected that I had many hemorrhages -
Lovely Waistings-You'll all 'want 9. 2% acres of land on S. 10th St., I
Crystal River News. writes A. M. Ake of Wood, II
one when you see them. adjoining property of J. M. Meffert; II
Ind. "I took treatment with several
Monday Hosiery in great variety to go with suitable for subdividing into lots; I
Mrs. Emily White of Citra, mother of physicians without any benefit. I then I i
the Easter Strap SandaL known the Gamble place.
as 'I
Mr. Charles W. White, with her com started to take Foley's Honey and Tar I i 1
Gents' Furnishing Goods Crockeryetc. -
19. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona St, panion. Miss Irvine have spent several and my lungs are now as sound as a

March 20tt next door to residence of R. G. BlakeGiles' days at the Irvine home on North Magnolia bullet. I recommend it in advanced
Call around, see the display, and note
street. They will return home to- stages of lung trouble. Foley's Honey
the captivating values. I Just received a carload of Old Hi ckory Wagons the best on the marketfor
woodyard, has the largest sup- morrow. and Tar stops the cough and heals the
Very respectfully, the least Also a full line of General Hardware. Give us a call
ply of stove and fireplace wood in the lungs and prevents serious results

THE OCALA BAZAR, town. Three wagons running. Prompt: The Ocala Wood Yard supplies woodIn from a cold. Refuse substitutes. SoldbY' Inspect the goods and the price will do the restT.
The Boston Store
I Frank Gadson, Mgr. delivery and large loads I any length. Phone 32. the Postoflice Drugstore. W. SMITH & CO, Hardware Dealers Ocala FU. '
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Volume JO, Number 236. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1905. Fifty.Cents a Month, $5 a Year -. -

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Pearl and Granulated Tapioca We have just received -

Oyama Again Flanks Kuropatkin-The The Brilliant Young Inventor Weds a OUR BEST EFFORTS I' :
Russians in Flight Toward Harbin, The largest assortment of Lineal Descendant of One of

Barley and ,Sao 300 Miles Away Ireland's Famous Kings
1'/ Are forth tote end that
r' All in Pound Packages,Ten Cents; London. March 17.-Baron Hayashi, London, March 17.-In the Roman : : ,

t- the: Japanese ambassador, made public PANAMA HATS Catholic church of St George. Miss Be- '

"..<". Three for-25 Cents. the: following this morning: I atrice O'Brien, a lineal descendant ofKing every worthy patron may be : ,;:..f ii' .

f','" "Our advance troops are pressing Brian of Ireland yesterday became -

IN CANNED VEGETABLESWe against the enemy everywhere. We occupied -I the bride of Guglielmo :Marconi: properly cared for. ';" ::. t

Have the Royal Scarlet Brand, the Tie Ling at 12:20 Thursday." !Ever brought to Ocala, and our pricesare who enjoys a world-wide fame as a -, j<.!'
: .
scientist due to his
largely remarkable -
St. Petersburg Confirms It

BEST TO BE HAD St. Petersburg, March .-It is reported right. Come and make a selection discoveries wedding in wireless was made telegraphy.The brllltani. by MUNROE & GHAMBLISS, BANKERS .

And Price as Low and Often Times
that Tie Pass has been hastily
the attendance of many persons of note,
Lower Than You Pay for Grades evacuated by Kuropatkin'a army after while the stock is unbroken.W. Including public officials, writers and OCALA, FLA.

Inferior. having destroyed his supplies. some of the foremost scietists of Eng- .

Oyama Executed Another Flanking Ian II. j .

BUY THE BEST-IT'S CHEAPER Movement Will Come to America --

SL Petersburg, March 17.-News J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO
Signor Marconi and bride have
Tastes, Looks and Eats Better en-
from the front again is very serious. gaged sail
passage to for America on EDWARDS BROTHERS
Oyama, in spite of the exhaustion of
Saturday. They will remain in the
GET THEM AT THE his forces, has been able to organize afresh THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. United States about six weeks and then

turning movement in the hope of will go to Rome. where it is reported AT THE CITY MARKET

TEAPOT GROCERY completing the victory won under the, ------ -- --------- ---- ----- they w ill be guests of the King of Italy

walls of Mukden. Tuesday's attack on CREAMERY BUTTER A SINGER SURPRISE for a few days. Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchets

the Russian's advance line on Fan river The bride of today is a bright, comely

For it is now evident, was only a feint 25 CENTS A POUND girl fond of outdoor sports, and also
A tremendous drop In the price of

YE1He WATCHESAnd while worked the Japanese around to columns get a position were being to-I The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con Singer sewing machines, but none In well read.of the She present is one Baron of the Inchiquin.eight sisters WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS

fall the Russian stantly on hand, receiving a fresh sup- quality. The $CO machine reduced to
rear, and
upon yesterday The[ Inchiquin family traces its descent
J48 the machine reducd to Call
REPAIRSGO ply every two days, delicious pure ; $65 $53.
the blo
wwas struck. That Kuro-
at headquarters, the Helvenston- direct from Brian Boru, who was kingof CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
Georgia butter, 25 cents
creamery per
patkin was taken by surprise Is a fair; the Emerald Isle
TO- from 1002 to 1014
I Blltch-Pasteur Company. L. W. Jack-
pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37.
Inference from the manner he abandoned I when he was slain at the head of his FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 189
son agent.
F. G. B. MEIH the Fan river position; on Tuesday army at the battle of Clortarf. His

ght.. leaving so hurriedly that he was TEX BOB
I grandson, Turlogh, king of Munster.had .
The -
again obliged to burn his stores. four sons, whereof the third was - --- -- -- -
Russians in Retreat I the progenitor of the Barons Inchiquin.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Tokio, March News PURE HAVANA STOCK One of Turlogh's descendants, Connor -
17.- has been received iEALEATB
and Tar throat and
I Honey as a lung
here that Oyama: has driven Ku- O'Bryan, was king of Thormond at 80comparath'ely BLOUNT E I GO1
Made by the FamousLA remedy on account of the great
ropatkin's army from their fortifica- I merit and popularity of Foley's Honey recent a period as 1529,

-AND- tions at Tie Pass, after a desperate engagement and it was his brother, Murtough, who
REGINA CIGAR COMPANYOF and Tar many imitations are offered '
and the Russians are now after usurping his kingship, surren-
TAMPAA for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Hon
in full retreat toward Harbin, having dered to Henry VIII and was then made
ErdBALnIERSWe ey and Tar and refuse any substitute CAPITAL, $50,000.
burned their earl of Thormond for life and also given
supplies.The Full Stock of All Theii Brands end
offered as no other preparation will Ocala! Florida. .
Japanese occupied Sin Ching on Grades Carried give the same satisfaction. It is mildly the Inchiquin barony. ,

have two Registered Un- March 13, and Santoupou, eight miles laxative. It contains no opiates and is Signor Marconi first made the acquaintance -

dertakers and Embalmers north of Tie Pass, on Wednesday. The NONE BETTER AND FEW AS GOOD !safest for children and delicate persons. of :Miss O'Brien a year ago LARGE TRACTS OFTIMBER

Russians then abandoned their advanced when staying at Lord Dunraven's
I Sold by the Postoffice
All work entrusted to our Drugstore.
positions at Fan river, where All of the Latest house, near Limerick. ,
care will receive and --
prompt the desperate attack of the Japanesewas
embalming repulsed yesterday. A desperate DR. BLITCH'S GOOD TALK

fully guaranteed. A battle is now waging north of Tie Pass. i Order it now. .bUc" and $1 per load. PHOSPHATE

Oyama is determined that Kuropatkin Ocala House Stand. Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32.
splendid stock of Caskets and Cigar Heard With Pleasure and Profit by

Burial Robes carried at all shall not escape now. The situation of I OCALA NEWS CO., Proprietors. NASHVILLE Illinois People LANDS
the Russian army is desperate.A RANGES
times.OCALAFDRNITURECO. This is the complimentary manner in A Specialty.,
Hard Road to Travel to HarbinSt. I
Souvenir Cards at the Postofflce The Ocala Furniture Company has which the papers of Quincy, Ills., spokeof
Petersburg, March 17.-The
optimistic -
Drugstore. I just received a new shipment of those our Dr. S. H. Blitch, who made an We will give special attention to
reports from Kuropatkin to the
'popular Nashville ranges, in two sizes. address last October before the Na-
effect that his forces at Tie Ling were LOCATING SETTLERSand
Phone No. 10. Night phone No. 94. 'Drink good coffee. Poor coffee is I They are the best and cheapest range tional Prison Congress in that city:
sufficient to offer an effective resistanceto will look after and their
I ever seen in Ocala.PAPERSHELL. "Dr. Blitch prefaced his own report si'pply :
dear Dwindle
at Wright's
the Japanese were shattered today any I from Florida, with some friendly and On our lists are many large and valuable tracts of Timbe _
White Blue
House and Parke's Royal
by the receipt of news of the occupa- I PECANS words Lands for Turpentine ana Mill locations.
WIGS BULLContractor two of leaders. H. B. Masters. patriotic respecting the thorough
tion of Tie Ling by the Japanese, with are our 1 reunion of the whole nation. North and TOWN PROPERTY also for sale or lease.

Kuropatkin in full retreat. It seems Improbable Our facilities for handling Real Estate are superior,
and I A few more budded and seedling pecans South, of recent years. He then gavean very
that Kuropatkin can success- Spring Millinery Opening Friday and solicited.
I Left at Marion Farms' Nurseries. interesting account of prison affairs Ccrrespondence
Builder fully continue his retreat 301 miles to Saturday, of beautiful new goods.
Now Is the time to plant them.J. in Florida. He spoke of the number of
Harbin. The chief towns on the Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick. THE BLOUNT REAL ESTATE COMPANY
Quick and Careful Estimates Made way G. Lege Manager. prisons there. It is not large; of the
which offer defensive
Box 64, Ocala Fla possibilities are tendency to abandon shackles and

Karyuan. Yungyuangao and Tingling. FOR SALE-South Florida ten.acre! PIANO TUNING chains; of compulsory baths; of the B. W. BLOUNT, Pres. A. ?* STUCKY, Vice-Pres.

Karyuan is twenty-five miles north of lake front home. Planted to fruit and complete control of malaria over most E. K. NELSON, Sec. and Treas. ,

Tie Ling. It is believed Kuropatkin equipped for raising poultry. Best located 1 The Ocala Music Company have experienced of the state through special care of I R S. Hall, T. C. Hall, E. P. hagard, J. D Robertson, J. N.

J. McNealyOffice ordered the retreat fearing he would be I and most pleasant place for the I men in their employ who will drinking water, and similar precautions Tiller, L. Horne, Edwin Brobston, T. L. Young, C. Downing,

surrounded because of his disorganized money in Florida. Terms on part. P.'tune your piano Right, and put it In : of the separation of the sexes Wm. Hocker and L. W. Duval.

No. Ft. Ave. troops being unable to offer an effective I 0. Box 597, Ocala, Fla"Woodmar. I
12 King resistance. I first class condition in every respect in their prisons, as well as the separation Office in Ocala House.

Postoffice Box 682 I making any repairs that may be need I of colors; of the large per cent of

." 'ed. Their work is all guaranteed fully. the prisoners who are negroes. He
BALLAD OF ST. PATRICK'S DAY J Patronize your home merchants. claimed also that the prisons, as a .

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER I I' whole, in Florida are in excellent physical -
The Fort King Dairy Is now the
Now forward, March, with of
your day condition. He was listened to with
leading dairy around town. !
days much interest W. P. EDWARDS
have several hundred pounds of
Cabinet Work a SpecialtyCareful And the world shall fall in line, I
'babbitt metal that we will dispose of to
With quickened and word of LOOKOUT FOR ANOTHER
a step a
Attention Given to NonResident I mill men at prices greatly to their ad DEATH RATE IN NEW YORK At the City Market
praise, RAISE IN OILS! ,
Properties. ._ vantage. Write or call at once. The AND CHICAGO
With a heightened hope and an up-
!Star. Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetables
ward gaze The Ungodly Will Have to Pay for That j '
During November and December

Painting and Pap rhanging Because of your saint benign. Gift to Foreign Missions I II Everyone InterestedIn 1903, one-fifth of the death in New in Season

There's not a lordly wave that breaks Boston, March 17.-The American! York and Chicago were from pneumonia. (

We do all kinds of Painting, Pa- On the coast of the Emerald Isle- board of commissioners for foreign! Poultry Foley's Honey and Tar not only
I and Trade Solicited
perhanging and Upholstering.Let There's not a playful breeze that makes missions yesterday announced a gift of I I Should call at 81, North Magnolia stops the cough but heals and strengtheis City Country

I Dear old Killarney smile; $100,000 from John D. Rockefeller with I!street, and inspect one of the finest in- the lungs and prevents pneumonia,

us bid on your work. Every job But hath a whisper of the past which to provide in part for some objects -I II 11 cuLators ever put upon the market so do not take chances on a cold wear- Free Delivery Pfcnne 2f.

guaranteed to be first class. For every Irish heart; I outside of the regular Positive regulation; even hen temperature ing away when Foley's: Honey and Tar
1 approprla-\\
tions of at ventilation will cure you quickly and prevent serious -
KNIGHT & GILLETT, And among the world's great names i the board but ) : no guessing or

that last, I parts of its work. With a single exception moisture; clean, pure air for eggs and results. Sold by the Postoffice
Next to Chinese Laundry. I
Old Ireland has a part. i iI these objects are connected with!chicks. This machine is guaranteedto Drugstore.MR. HARDWARET!

I various educational institutions in Japan hatch pvtiy' fertile egg: placed In Its

OCALA WAGON WORKS So I'll offer a toast to Tom Moore's. India, Ceylon, Turkey and Bulga!care. Incubators and brooders il HYDE COMES DOWN

ghost ria. The new fund is not available to' sizes, furnished on short notice.

Now is the time to have your Car- I In the far. faint realms of glory; 'meet the expenses of the general work I Surrenders Control of the Great Equitable

riage, Buggy or Wagon painted.We Not a word of his sad, sweet songs is of the board or its appropriations for NOTICEThe We carry a foil and complete line of
: Life Insurance Company
do all kinds of lost, the I
Repair Work j present year.RE7
Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing And he had more fun In life than most'! i iI state and county tax book for the Policy Holders HARDWARE Of ALL KINDSStoves.

Hope it's a continued story.I I Ii 1904 will close the last of March
Rubber Tires set ty the Patent Goodyear on day ,
say, a toast to Tom Moors ghost I D THIS: (New York World.)
as the law directs.
Machine. Property unpaidon Heaters and Ranges Every Kind of
Automobiles painted and repaired. And the sons of Erin true: at that date will be advertised for James Hazen Hyde has surrendered

Bring us your work. We are pre- And just to clinch my little boast, i, Riplcy, Tenn., June 1, 1901. sale and extra cost will have to be added control of the great Equitable Life Insurance WIRE ,FENCING

pared to do it better and cheaper than St. Patrick here's to you! Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, :Mo.-Dear'I on all unpaid taxes. Society and its $494.000,000 of

else.JW. Sir: Having tried various remedies E. L. Carney, Tax Collector. funds to the policy holders of the com PHOSPHATE
anyone Now forward :March with your day ofdays.
without satisfactory results, I was persuaded pany. '
F. MeA TEER Prop. I to give your "Texas Wonder" a FOR RENT-The fax Newberger At a meeting of the Mutualization
From Ireland to New York town;
!trial. I have used one bottle, and al- residence, occupied by J. Starr Stern- committee of the society Mr. Hyde and MILL
Each long parade each band that plays .
I though my case is one of long standing berger in the third ward, corner of consented to the adoption of a plan bj
St. Patrkk's name on high shall raise.
i that baffled the skill of the best physician -I South Third and Pine streets; an eightor which the policy holders will elect
And instead of the poet's wreath ofba3 Glass. and Garden Implements of all iinds.
Sash Blinds and
i yet it yielded at once to the "Texas -' nine room house; hot and cold baths, twenty-eight of the forty-two directors Doors Farming

-. . GUN . 'I Wonder." which I heartily recom-,electric lights, all modern conveniencesand the stockholders electing the remaining -
Let the Shamrock twine his crown.
-and-- I mend to all suffering from kidney and I| elegantly finished. For terms and twenty-four. This will give This is the Tool

The Irish maid with eyes of blue, !bladder troubles. Yours truly, Ii I particulars: address the Blount Real the policy holders a majority of four in

LOCKSMITHRepairing Is a very pleasant vision; i W. H. Bruton, I Estate Company.MVER the board and carries to a successful FOR-

But when her laddie comes to woo Pastor Baptist Ripley, Tenn. i ending the bitter fight waged b) President -
I .Church. -- - --
a Specialty. Sometimes he meets derision.I I James W. Alexander for a mutual-

bid him take a lover's chance, II A TEXAS WONDER I & MAGKAY I ization plan that would actually place Fall and Spring Crops

And risk his all in daring; i the management of the society and the
PURE MILKPure One small bottle of the Texas
Perhaps he'll find his colleen's glance I won-I control of its hundreds of millions of -
der, Hall's Great Discovery,
A sweet submission wearing. I FUNERAL DIRECTORS I assets and surplus in the hands of the
Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes': We will be pleased
Milk and Cream 600,000 policy holders.ATTACKED .
Here is a toast to Tom Moore's ghost !(Gravel, cures Diabetes, Seminal Emis-i UNDERTAKERS
i i to see you at all
are among the greatestof And the boys of Ireland true! !slops Weak and Lame Backs, Rheumatism -I

Erin-go-bragh! In I and all of the Kldineya and BY A MOB times
table delicacies. peace or war, irregularities .
Her sons win equal glory; I and Bladder in both men and I EMBALMERS and beaten. in a labor riot until cover-

areboth RICH, PURE and They take her fame to nations tar i I i women. Regulates Bladder troubles in ed with sores, a Chicago street car con- MARION HARDWARE CO

WHOLESOME if suppliedby And weave it in their story.I i children. If not sold by your druggist,I Fine Caskets ductor applied Bucklen's Arnical Salve,
say, a toast to Tom Moore's ghost, I!will be sent by mail on receipt of $1. and was soon sound and welL "I use it SUCCESSORS

And thu sons of Ireland true! 'One small bottle is two months' treatment I and Burial Robes in my family: ," writes G. J. Welch of

And just to clinch my little toast and seldom fails to to cure any Tekonsha, Miclu "and find it perfect"
DAIRY St. Patrick, here's to you! case above mentioned. (All Work Done by Licensed Embalmers Simply great for cuts and burns. Only fOLmIlONEYAlaTAR. '

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.Meeting Last Night-Large : _,. > . '
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FORD President.
Numbers ConvertedGrowingPower EHrea. .- > J'
Vice President. 'v ,'. -- -
and Great Interest
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll F. WATSON, Cashier.

Proprietors and Publisher The meeting last night reached a

? FAMILY GROCERIES I higher plane than any previous service.

C. L. BITTINGER, At the close of the talk. Mr. Ham asked

Editor and General Manager those who wished to be saand CENTRAL NATIONAL BaNK(

\Ve pride ourselves on the stock of Gro-
those who w willing to work to re-
ceries we keep. \Ve keep "ONLY THE main. He requested the rest of the
City Editor and Business ManagerA
BEST" and if anything bought from us is congregation to quietly withdraw. For OF OCALA.

STATE FAIR not PERFECTLY satisfactory, return it an hour or more, with songs and pray-
J. ,
ers ad thanksgivings, men and women :._
I It is Interesting to read the proceedings and get your money back. GEO, MAcKAY. ED KILLER. J' ,

i, 1 have done business with giveus were gloriously saved, confessing Directors : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD _
I of the public spirited citizens who If you not us, Christ. ..... ,

': assembled at Tampa Wednesday to resolve I a trial. Our delivery wagons make The meeting is growing in power, and R. S.; HALL. <,.:.
a state fair be held there the latter greater interest is being manifestedfrom
prompt delivery.
part of the year. Tampa Is ambitious service to sen"ice.MONTEZUMA .

e ; it is the spirit of her people; it

is highly commendable, and they desireto ARRIVALS
retain and augment what they won

I last fall and if possible get a state appropriation H. B. MastersOcala E. E. Barkley, J. K. Flewellen. Mc-

I from the legislature, which I Intosh; W. E. Law. Brooksville; J. G.

should be given to some town or city Thompson, Philadelphia; J. J. Williamsand
stock of Furniture and House Furnishing
in the state. That town or city which wife, Homosassa; H. L. Hough,

I owing to the physical and material con- Fla Dunnellon; R. L. Barnes. Etna; E. W.

ditions, comes up with the best and Delegal Savannah; W. L. Gable. Lees- I Goods is second to none in the StateEVERY

fullest hand in railroad, hotel and per- burg; A. B. McCall. Moody; J. C. Bates, I
I _
manent building inducements should EDWARDS VERSUS TUCKERS denied that Edwards was preparing to Savannah; B. A. Goodale, Jacksonville;

have it. The trouble in this instanceis take off his coat when he struck him. J. H. Alexander, Atlanta; R. W. Harrison KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATNESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,

that Jacksonville is also desirous to Sensational Story of a Somewhat Hutson in substance said Edwards Leesburg; E. L. Ryan, Jackson- TINGS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE AND PORTIERc SADDLED, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,

be the permanent home of a state fair Strenuous attempted to pull off his coat when ville; E. G. Way Floral City. CURTAINS, SCREENS: ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CARRIAGE: FOR ANY PURPOSE.;

and to that end will put up a stiff hand. Scrap Tucker struck him. SPREADS, SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS

Now, the Star believes in a state The matinee at the city hall this Leffingwell, as he remembered it, did OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWERPOTS BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS

fair. It is time Florida had one worthyof morning was a gusher. Every seat and not see Edwards try to pull off his coat, ; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANG- BRICK, SHINGLES, CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MA.

the name and should receive state every available standing space was occupied but admitted his eyes were on Edwards' Wm. McGuire, wire and child, Chi- ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR CHINERY OF ALL KINDS.

aid in making it a success in the way crowded, and knife and he didn't want him to use it cago; Mrs. Lowrey, Florida; J. J. I.-
the portico was
of desirable exhibits, and keep it up as on Tucker. gUs Port Inglis; H. H. Johnson and
every side window and door was filled Deep well drilling contracting and building of all kinds done
an object lesson to incite our aspiringand There were several questions which wife Cleveland, O.; B. F. Yant Cin- ,

progressive people to show the with listeners to hear the assault case. President of the Council Gates, who I cinnati; E. K. Bottle. New York; Mrs under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and esti

world what our wonderful climate and Every strata of society was in evidenceand presidea at the trial, did not permit tobe i E. C. Welsh and sister Cornell; W. ..

soil can produce to maintain the human almost every profession represented. answered, which Major Izlar, counsel i Ramsauer, St. Petersburg; W. T. mates on anything you need.MOIVER .

family. The Star is also friendlyto for the defense, attempted to bring out. Pound Gainesville; W. A. Arnold,

both Tampa and Jacksonville, wish- City Attorney T. E. Biggs waived the Houston, Texas; C. D. McCollough, W.
The parties to the hearing were H.
ing both well, but it records now its opening address. McCoy, Jacksonville; C. D. Dennis,

unbiased and unalterable belief that no W. Tucker, son William Tucker of Major Izlar, presented his arguments Gainesville; J. Sinclair, Wilmington, N. & MACKAY

two state fairs can succeed, no matter the city market and Mr. LefHngwell, which were full and to the point and C.; G. A. Rice. Savannah; F. Weston,

by what name they are called, or what stjjAiintendent of telephone construction. strong for the acquittal of his clients, New berry; W. A. Murphy, Fairfield; .l
C c::: A. LA. = = I-- L...c) R I CA A.
may be the aspirations they are labor- Tucker and Leffingwell. He insisted A. J. McLaugMin, Fairfield; J. B. Mu-
ing under. that in the eyes of the law Leffing yell rillo, Jacksonville; O. Clinton, Ohio; V .
The cautts leading up to the case
Without disparagement to Tampa had only done what the law sanctioned J. Herling Gainesville; V. Willett Philadelphia ,

and no matter what was the success of were about as follows: Messrs.p.. P. namely, as master he had a right to see I ; F. P. Van Meter Illinois; F. THE COLORADO CONTEST
Edwards of the market, and William -
its fair last year, with the exception of city his servants working under him pro- E. Fulke. Atlanta: A. E. Pitcher, Mas- BURNETT '
Tucker of the institution hada A. E.
a few more counties to draw from by same tected, and in a scrap that a fair deal sachusetts; S. P. Bispham, New York; Governorship Awarded to Peabody Yesterday .
misunderstanding, which led to language -
very enticing premiums, the fair of 1905 was awarded to the parties in interest, I W. R. Morris. but He Must Surrender It

will not be a big shadow over that of in no degree complimentary to and also that other principal of law
I Today to Lieutenant Governor Me
1904. But the matter is in the handsof party. that a son would be an unnatural son State of Ohio City of Toledo, Lucas THE JEWELER
Mr. Tucker stated in court that Mr. Donald.
the people of the respective cities if he did not take up for his father, especially County-s.. .
Edwards had used to him that
named and time will deliver the plum.It language when the latter was a veteran Frank J. Cheney makes oath that his Denver, CoU March 17.-James H.

will be interesting, however, to note provoked him in turn to use a term of 65 years infirm and whom a ruggedlad senior partner of the firm of F. J. Peabody yesterday won his contest for Fine Jewelry Diamonds Watches Rings
that most deem sufficient
what the Tampa Tribune reports of the men provoca- of a dozen years could undo. Cheney & Co., doing business in the the governorship, but victory was secured ,
tion to knock down the of suchan
proceedings. City Attorney Biggs in a few words, city of Toledo, county and state afore- only after he had given a pledgeto Cut Glass Handsome China Sterling
which reprisal Mr. Ed- ,
Mr. T. J. L. Brown of the Tampa Bay expression, admitting the general principles of the said, and that said firm will pay the resign and surrender the office to
wards inflicted on Mr. Tucker. Silver and Hollow Ware.
Hotel favored a state fair. law as laid down by Major Izlar were sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor Lieutenant Governor McDonald.The .

Mr. Z. C. Chambliss of Ocala thought This happened near noon. At noon correct, but in this case said they did each and every case of Catarrh vote in the assembly, which Installed I
Mr. Tucker Sr. told his of the trou-
there should be a larger representation son not tally with the city ordinance; that that cannot be cured by the use of Peabody, was 51 to 41. TOILET ARTICLES
ble at the market, and his son said he I
present ere a state fair project was Leffingwell certainly did aid and abet I Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Ten republicans voted with demo-
would resent it and did.
adopted.R. the fight, and was equally guilty with I Sworn to before me and subscribed crats for Adams. FOUNTAIN (PENS
H. W. Tucker is working for Mr. Lef- ,
F. Blount of Bartow was for a Tucker; that the latter did not give a in my presence this 6th day of Decem- Governor Peabody's resignation was
fingwell, and told the latter he would
South Florida Fair. square deal when he struck Edwards in ber, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason, placed in the hands of a friend and it
lay off that afternoon as he had a lit- OPTICAL GOODSWatch
Frank C. Boyer insisted on a South the act of pulling off his coat, and leftIt (Seal.) Notary Public. will be made effective today.
tle business he must attend to, and
Florida Fair; its prestige would not to the court. Tucker was fined $5 Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- Governor Adams surrendered the office -
then related the difficulty between Ed-
count against a state fair name. and costs and Leffingwell $3 and costs, nally and acts directly on the blood and to Peabody yesterday afternoon. Repairing a Specialty
wards and his father.
Rev. DeHart made a rattling speechfor and the most sensational and largest mucous surfaces of the system. Send I
of the Contest
and his force work- History
Leffingwel were
a state fair.J. attended mayor's matinee of the decade for testimonial free.F. OCALA FLORIDA
ing near the market, and it readily occurred -
W. White, Industrial agent of the was over. J. Cheney & ("0., Toledo, 0. Alva Adams was inaugurated gov-

S. A. L. R. R said if a state fair is to to him that since Tucker had Sold by all druggists, 75 cents. TakeIh.lrs ernor January 10, the canvass of the ....

made up his mind to get a fistic satis- 1 election showing a plurality of 9774 for
be held in Florida, Tampa was the LIKE FINDING MONEY Family Pills for constipation.
faction out of Edwards the force would i
place for it. He felt sure his road and him.
others would do great things for the I adjourn to see it was done fairly and Finding health Is like finding moneyso WEATHER FORECAST Two days later James H. Peabodyfiled Millinery Announcement !!

welL think those who are sick. When
a contest for the office, which he
said fair. (How about the past? All talk
About this time W. P. Edwards you have a cough, cold sore throat or
and no low rates; absolutely necessaryto came Washington March .-Partly clou- had reluctantly surrendered. I will sell out my entire stock ot fine Millinery during the next
along, when H. W. Tucker asked him chest irritation, better act promptly,
January 17, the general assembly, in
make a fair a go. No half rates- dy tonight and Saturday with occasional thirty days, or for business the most elegant line of
about the difficulty he had with his like W. C. Barber of Sandy Level, Va. joint session, authorized a committee
people will stay at home.) showers.;
father. Edwards admitted that he had He says: "I had a terrible chest trouble,
of 27 members, 18 republicans and 9
Col. T. B. Anderson said this sectionof I
the state must hold fast to what it knocked Tucker, Sr., down, but said he caused by smoke and coal dust on my democrats, to hear the evidence on the Paris Importations For Easter"ever

was provoked to the same. Then H. W. lungs; but after finding no relief in ,The "HUB" Shoe contest and report.
had and get more.
other I seen in the South. Style perfect; prices the lowest, and shall
Tucker said he must have satisfactionon remedies was cured by Dr. The report was submitted to the assembly -
Rev. J. C. Anderson of the Ministerial
continue offer business for sale thereafter. But I must sell
Edwards by fighting him, which King' New Discovery for Consumption March 3. to my
Union, was shocked at the drinking, if I still in the business. I sell but
hats for Easter am want to out
Edwards declined to do. But Mr. Lef- Coughs and Colds. Greatest sale u Fourteen republican members founda
gambling and open betting at the last will sell hats instead if I can't help it and will sell them
of ,
fair and unless there was some under- fingwell joined in the matter to see any cough or lung medicine in the majority of 2870 for Peabody in the

standing that such immoral and dis- fair play and approached Edwards.At world. At the Anti-Monopoly Drug- state by rejecting the entire vote of 104
t'' N So For Usual GoodsIt
reputable doings would be discontinuedthe that time, about 50 feet west of store; 50c. and $1; guaranteed. Trial Hs precincts in Denver and 28 in other Cheap My Elegant

the market, Edwards had his pocket bottle free. + counties, on the ground of fraud and
ministers of his union and of the yryor
Will Give the Country a Treat and the Ladies a
tate would oppose the fair. Dr. De- knife out, cleaning his nails. H. W. 0 conspiracy by the democrats.

Tucker advanced on him and demanded Nine democratic members reported Rare Opportunity
Hart was of Rev. Anderson's mind. "W oodmar.

Mr. Taliaferro and President Fullerof him to close his knife, which he hes- THIS BRAND ON A SHOE MEANS declaring that Peabody had failed to
to buy d magnificent hat without an equal in the land at prices that"will
itated to do for a second, when Tucker I ,
his election and
SOMETHING recommending a
the Tampa board of trade insistedthe Souvenir Cards at the Fostoffice YOU WANT prove
I want to sell out business. I will consider an offer to
drew his
wire insulator, and said if prove my
I BEST dismissal of the contest.
charter was no place to insert suchrestrictive Drugstore. FOR YOUR MONEY CALL i
Edwards didn't close his knife he would buy (and sell reasonable) for the next thirty days.Respectfully .
wording but was opposed to I FOR "THE HUB. Chairman Griffith and three other republicans -

allowing: lawlessness In the manage- crack his head open. Edwards then POSTPONED reported frauds in many precincts yours. ,

ment of the fair. closed his knife, and seeing he could not Spring Millinery Opening Friday and and recommended that the con-

Rev. Anderson withdrew his amendment get out of a scrap prepared to take off] i I The ladies of the Presbyterian Aid Saturday, of beautiful new goods. test be dismissed.Arguments MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS

his coat, and had got it over his shoul- Society, who had contemplated givinga
the for the
but said the ministers would Insist Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick. by attorneys
baby show March :21! have postponedthe
ders when Tucker struck him on his
on a management to prohibit the I contestants, before the joint convention -
lip knocked him down, jumped on him, same, because they do not desire ts I
evils spoken of. Watches for ladies and gentlemen, were concluded Saturday.
kicked him and beat his face interfere with the revival services now HATS OFFto
"Z. C. Chambliss of Ocala the cattle quite se- from $1.50 to $70 each. A big line to Action on the contest has been deferred -
verely. Edwards said he had in progress at the Baptist church.
king who made such a splendid exhibit enough select from. A. E. Burnett, the Jew- from day to day, while efforts

of live stock at the outh Florida when Leffingwell. the master of ceremonies Mrs. S. E. Waterman Pres. eler and Watchmaker were made to unite the republicans.The the superb line of vehicles now on

Fair while Inclining to the belief thata and Tucker's backer and referee joint convention consisted of 97 display la our salesrooms! Everything

South Florida fair would be preferable called the fight off. GOT OFF CHEAP Ocala News Company and Ocala members, with a republican majority, that modern ingenuity has devised for

to a state fair, has enlisted heart The witnesses in the case were W. P. HP well think he has off House stand have the celebrated La on joint ballot of 35, but 22 republicans
may got comfort, for style, for beauty, into
Edwards. H. W. Tucker, Constable Will goes
and soul, in the project, and said to a I cheap who, after having contracted indigestion I I Espuela cigar Grand Royal, Milo Deyo opposed the seating of Peabody. 1
Hutson Mr. Leffingwell and these ,
William carriages, stanhopes surreys ,
Tribune reporter that untold benefits or constipation, is still ableto and other brands. Try them and you They finally forced Peabody to agreeto

would accrue to the entire state from Tucker. perfectly restore his health. Nothing will be pleased.McKEAN. resign the office to the lieutenant runabouts, drays, harnes sand lap ( '

the fair proposed." There was a little conflict in the tes- will do this but Dr. King's New Life governor within 24 hours after being robes. :Manufacturers have things )

timony on Edwards pulling out his seated. down so fine these days that prices are ",
Just so. Two fairs will be better Pills. A quick pleasant and certain
knife. He said he was standing about away down. May we show you the latest -
than one for Florida's topography is cure for headache, constipation, etc. LUMBER Co
three feet from Tucker when the
such, with its lines of railroads, that 25c. at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore; ARE YOU ENGAGED ?
advanced on him and demanded that
even one,state fair with large premiumswill guaranteed.PETTIJOHN'.
he close his knife or he would crack OCALA, FLA S. A. SfANDLEY & CO.
not get all the counties represented I Engaged people should rememberthat
his head with his steel insulator.
and the representation at the fair after marriage many quarrelscan
Then it was Edwards closed his knife Telephone No. 12*).
will be largely governed by nearnessto i be avoided by keeping their diges-
and prepared to take off' his when P S
the fair site and means of gettingto coat tion in good condition with Electric,
it. Tucker struck him and knocked him Ceiling, Flooring and Siding, Bitters. S. A. Brown of Bennettsville.I!
S. C., says: "For years my wife suffered -
W. Tucker testified Edwards : Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber,
Dr. D. A. Smith of Anthony was in I was intensely from dyspepsia, complicated -
advancing on him with his
town today getting seed to augmentthe open knife Every SiZe and Quality. with a torpid lived until she lost her
when he told him if he didn't close it
harvest. As usual he drove in behind strength and vigor, and became a mere OR DRESSEDSee

his Tam O'Shanter gray mare and he would crack his head open. TuckerR. -Is Made of- A Large Stock of Shingles. wreck of her former self. Then she

every-time you see that gray animal tried Electric Bitters, which helped her or Phone

you may look for the veteran doctor I. D. FULLER L F. BLALOCK WHOLE WHEATEach New Machinery.Lath at once, and finally made her entirely

behind her. On this occasion he was FULLER 4 BLALOCK I' well She is now strong and healthy." B. H. SEYMOUR a

not accompanied by his famous housedog flake an entire grain of Brick and Building. The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore sells and

"Tige." The reason is that "Tige." DENTAL SURGEONSOffices wheat, freed from the indigestible Undersold by No One. guarantees them at 50c a bottle. PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla. -

on his last visit to the Brick City, witnessed outer covering.It I
over Munroe & Chambliss Bank
Ed Carmichael's "Red Devil- is a food for brain, bone and Mr. D. A. Clark the genial turpentine -
OCALA FLA. Methods Up to Date.
auto for the first time and not liking muscle. I and lumber operator at Martel,

the looks of the swift moving Satanic Terms Cash -Sold by the- I was in the city today, and speaking of DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBANDOr

majesty, made an assault on the same : I Business Growing Rapidly. his cattle, he said they were doing fine-
I Father Brother ?
and got the worst of the encounter, he I E. CHACE, 0 K. GROCERY I Every Customer Pleased. ly. They now had a pasturage of 120 or

being thrown under the machine and acres, and the calves the native cows
If so, let us show you how to cure them of the terrible cone of drink.
had one of his feet crushed, which he is DENTAL SURGEONOffice t i Rushed with Orders. were dropping-at the rate of three or
< APPLETINE never falls to cure, and the beauty of this is, that the patient
now nursing. CLARK BROS. Props.Phone four per day-plainly sbowthe pa-
upstairs Commercial Bank never knows how he stopped the drink habit Treatment and directions sent
Come to Us Before Buying. rentage of thoroughbred bulls, and
Try our hams and breakfast bacon. Building. Ocala. Florida. looked even better than the calves from postpaid on receipt of J2. Regular price $5. All communications confidential. i

We tell only the best. H. B. Masters. TERMS CASH J74. Orders Solicited. thoroughbred males and females. GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. IOn Gates Avenue, Brooklyn. N. T.



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