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The Ocala evening star

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Volume JO, Number 246. OCALA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1905. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea -

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JUST RECEIVED : A RUSSIAN RICHMOND We have just received !|! SENSATIONAL- STORYi :-; _

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Trainloads of Supplies Sent Into Muk- Rousseau, the Dynamiter, Says .
The largest assortment of I OUR BEST EFFORTS
den, While the Troops Who Needed I He Made the Machine That Blew Up

fresh Lot of Fancy Crackers, Also Nabisco Them Were Marching Out. Recall i the Maine-He Will Probably Next

the Last Days of the Confederacy Claim That He Wrote Beautiful
Snow." Are put forth, tthe end that

Gunshu Pass March 29.-The Japanese STRAW HATS I
A. B. Snaps in Barrels Ij
are again moving forward and
j! New York, March 9-Gesslt.or Rousseau '!- be -
the Russian rear guard is falling back I I the dynamiter, awaiting sentencefor every worthy patron may
from its position about 13 miles northto !
Butter Thins and One-Pound Packages having sent dynamite to the steam-
Shing Hai, to Chonmiaodizi. whichIs I I I]: ship Umbria just before it sailed about cared for.
Cracker Meal forty miles below Gunshu Pass. two made a startling confession properly
Ever brought to Ocala and our prices j; years ago
Practically complete reports show yesterday. He believes it was one .

Maple Syrup in Quart Bottles, One that the Russian army has sacrificedthe Come and make selection I Iof his infernal machines that sent the
general commissary stores to the are right. a United States battleship Maine to the MONROE & GHAMBL1SS
4 Half and Gallon Tins amount of a million and a quarter dol- bottom in Havana harbor. He says he BANKERS

lars, and stores for the army corps at while the stock is unbroken. met a party of Cuban filibusters at \

Mukden to the value of halt a million Jacksonville, where he went hoping he
Hire's Ale and Root Beer for
Ginger more the most of it having been set might be able to assist the Cubans OCA A, FLA. ">

Family Use afire. It consisted of boots and uni- "- who at the time were making a fight to

forms 'and other needful things which free Cuba. He explained to them the -
arrived only four days before the Rus- destruction to be wrought by one of
AT THE sian retirement from Muk'lon. The I his machines following which explanation -
army needed the supplies! badly. General W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO they bought one of the. most pow-
Kuroiatkin ordered the removal of erful from him.

TEAPOT GROCERY the stores, but the order was not executed. The Cuban revolutionists left him at EDWARDS BROTHERSAT

Jacksonville, where he was to make
PRICE HOUSE.
THE ONE
i more machines. After the blowing up

ARE YOU ENGAGED I of the Maine one of the party returnedto
_. THE CITY MARKET
For Jacksonville, where he explainedthat
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the man who was to use the machine -
YEI WATCHESAnd Engaged people should rememberthat FOR SALE for the purpose of blowing up theSpanish
CREAMERY BUTTER
Wholesale & Retail Butcheis
after marriage many quarrelscan :: ships, made a mistake and Leading
25 CENTS A POUND the The later ,
blew up Maine. guilty one -
REPAIRS II I be avoided by keeping their diges- Our business is offered for sale. Wi
committed suicide.
I tion in Load condition with Electric will sell the entire business at a big
r-GO TO- The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con- I
WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY f
Bitters. S. A. Brown of Bennettsville, bargain, or if not sold iu this way, the
stantly on hand receiving a fresh sup- CURED HEMORRHAGESOF
F. c. B. WEIHE S. C., says: "For years my wife suffered stock will be sold out at cost. The millinery i
ply two days delicious pure
intensely from dyspepsia complicated every stock is new and seasonable, THE LUNGS AND ALL: OTHER VEGETABLES! SEASON
The Georgia. butter, 25 cents per
Jeweler.UNDERTAKERS. creamery
with a torpid lived until she lost her t.
and is all salable, desirable goods. The "Several years since my lungs wereso a
pound kept on ice. Phone No. 37.
TELEPHONE 109CO.
strength and vigor, and became a mere business will pay good returns on the badly affected tlyit I had many hem- FREE DELIVERY

wreck of her former self. Then she investment to anyone who will give It orrhages," writes A. M. Ake of Wood. ..

tried Electric Bitters which helped! her TEX BOB I their personal attention, which we are Ind. "I took treatment with several

at once, and finally made her entirely
unable to do. physicians without any benefit I then
LA ESPUELA CIGARSPURE
-AND- well She is now strong and healthy." I THE E. K. NELSON MILLINERY CO. started to take Foley's Honey and Tar

The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore sells and HAVANA STOCK and my lungs are now as sound as a

guarantees them, at 50c a bottle.- Made by the FamousLA NASHVILLE RANGESThe i bullet I recommend it in advanced BL UNT REAL E TATH

EMBALnlER8I SPECIAL RATES stages of lung trouble." Foley's Honey ,

and Tar stops the cough and heals the
has
I REGINA CIGAR COMPANY Ocala Furniture Company
We have two Registered Undertakers I just received a new shipment ol those lungs, and prevents serious results (I INCORPORATED)
I OF TAMPA
Round Colonist Rates Texas
to
,
and Embalmers Trip I II popular Nashville ranges In two sizes. from a cold. Refuse substitutes. Sold CAPITAL, $50,000.

I Oklanoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory I A Full Stock of All Theii Brands end by the Postoffice Drugstore.
All work entrusted to our They are the best and cheapest rangeever Ocala Florida.

care will receive prompt and Each First and Third Tuesday Grades Carried seen in Ocala. ,

One-way and round trip colonist ratesto EVERY THURSDAYHIGH
skilled attention. All em- NONE BETTER AND FEW AS GOOD '
the West and Northwest LARGE TRACTS OFTIMBER
See our immense line of picture
balming folly guaranteed. A -
One-way colonist rates to California frames and mouldings. An endless va- PRICE FOR PAINT

splendid stock of Caskets and and the Northwest from :Match 1 until All of the Latest riety of design, size and finish, and ,

Burial Robes carried at all May 15. 1905. MAGAZINES AND PAPERS price. We frame any picture in price, :Saragossa: Madrid, March says an 29.-American A telegram named from FARM and \

times.OCALAPURN1TURECO. Special first class round trip rates to accordln gto your ideas. McIver & Traynor paid three hundred and twen-

Colorado every day until May L Return ty-five thousand pesetas, which means PHOSPHATE

limit June 1, 1905. Ocala House Cigar Stand $65.000 for a newly discovered masterpiece -
by the famous painter, Geya. LANDS
The choice of the two most direct
OCALA NEWS CO., Proprietors. Traynor, it is said intends to present
routes and three gate-ways. MacKay.WHY I the painting to the United States Senate -
Phone No. 10. Night phone No. 94. A Specialty.We ..
Union and Southern Pacific. 1 to be hung upon the nails of the
PIANO TUNINGThe Senate chamber.
I Through Pullman tourist cars operated -
will give special attention to
w. C. BULL each :Monday from Birmingham Ocala Music Company have experienced -I
ATTACKED BY A MCB SETTLERSand
Ala. and three cars a week from men in their employ who will I LOCATING

Contractor and Washington, D. C., to San Francisco tune your piano Right, and :put it In Is our and beaten in a labor riot, until covered will look after and supply their wants.

Builder -- via Atlanta Montgomery and first class condition in every respect, with soles, a Chicago street car con- On our lists are many large and valuable tracts of Timbe

_. making repairs that be need- trade ductor applied Bucklen's Arnical Salve, locations.
New Orleans, without change. Effective -' any may Lands for Turpentine ana Mill -

Quick and Careful Estimates Made March 1, we operate every Mon- ed. Their work is all guaranteed fully. and was soon sound and well. "I use It TOWN PROPERTY also for sale or lease.

Box 64, Ocala. Fla day and Wednesday Pullman tourist, Patronize your home merchants. increas- in my family," writes G. J. Welch of Our facilities for handling Real Estate are very superior.

cars from Sl Louis to San Francisco Tekonsha, Mich., "and find it perfect. Ccrrespondence solicited.

without change, via the Chicago and ing Simply great for cuts and burns. Only
FOR SALEOne
THE BLOUNT REAL ESTATE COMPANY.B. .
Alton R. R., and the Union Pacific ? 25c at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
McNealyOffice hundred and fifty desirable!
I R. R., via Kansas City and Denver.
building lots for sale, located on Ma- Sot In HI. Line.
Ask for particulars. I A. P. STUCKY Vice-Pres.
I W. BLOUNT, Pres. ;
No 12 Ft. King Ave. rion Heights, just one mile due northof i I Try The sexton of a certain parish church
J. F. Van Renssalaer, Gen. Agt, would brook no Interference with what E. K. NELSON, Sec. and Treas.R .
court house. The Kendrick hard road '
Postoffice Box 682 13 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. us and I he was pleased to call his "special du- :i>. Hall, T. C. Hall, E. Thagard, J. D. Robertson, J.. N. '

G. W. Ely, T. P. A. passes through the property. Also 600 I I ties." Tiller, L Horne, Edwm Brobston, T. L. Young, C. Downing,

acres of good pine land, from 1 to 2 I you'llsee "Every mon to his trade, sez I," he I II I Wm. Hocker and L." W. Duval.

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER miles north of court house, that will be I would remark. "Let the passon do
REV. EDWARD PAYSON CRANERev. I Office in Ocala House.Millinery .
cut up into small farms to suit the pur- I the praichhr an' I'll do the rest. I

Cabinet Work E. P. Crane died at the home of chaser. This property is located on the I-.r I On one occasion the vicar was of the I '- .-. -- '. --- .. .-. -. -- -- .'.- ..-.. -. ---- -'- -''
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a SpecialtyCareful his brother-in-law. Judge Taylor, of Kendrick and Anthony hard roads and j ; opinion that John was neglecting his --- "- -- -- -- -

the supreme court at Tallahassee, a is to the growth of a ; duties.
Attention Given to Non-Resi- especially adapted i i 0 K GROCERY I
dent Properties. few days ago. Rev. Crane was in Flor- peaches, grapes and other fruits, can- I John, who was not wanting In wit,
idi when the civil war began, and a.Ihe
denied the and said
BROS. strenuously charge
: Phone 174.CiARK.. I
married Miss Taylor of the well taloupes and watermelons. For prices
a I I (i that he was "notoln'/ to stand no meddlln' !!II
known Taylor plantation, just out of and terms apply to I I Announcement
with his affairs.
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Ocala, many of the older citizens well 1I 1-- ',:- -- -
Painting and Paperhanging remember him as he was a young B. H. SEYMOUR. I -- i "But, John" said the vicar, "It behooves I

Presbyterian minister, doing home mis- : everybody to mind his p's and will se'l'l out entire stock ot fine Millinery during the next
We do all kinds of Painting, Pa- sion work from this region all the way WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! MdVER nlACKAY q's." my

and to Palatka. He doubtless preachedmore "Everybody but me," retorted John, thirty days, or opel for business the most elegant line of
perhanging Upholstering.Let Order it now. .bur. and $1 per load
or less to the Presbyterians of I, refusing; to be cornered. "P's an* q'sIs III >

us bid on your work. Every job Ocala. The fact that he got one of that Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32. I I FUNERAL DIRECTORS nowt t I' trto y line. I've enough to do Easter
Taylor family for a wife is proof that and I Paris Importations For
guaranteed to be first class. : mind the keys pews.LondonTelegraph.
he was a man of great goodness and I
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I veryhigh culture. In some of the plac- NOTICEThe '
KNIGHT & GILLEtT, es where he preached during the war state and county tax book for UNDERTAKERS ever seen in the South. Style perfect; prices the lowest, and shall

Next to Chinese the writer finds dear old saints who are I Reciprocal Action. continue to offer business for sale thereafter. But I must sell
Laundry. 1904 will close the last day of March,, my
waiting to see his face and hear his on and : The cashier at the swell restaurant hats for Easter if I am still in the bu i.ness. I want to sell out, but
voice once more, but seeing these lines i I as the law directs. Property unpaid ; intercepted the departing guest at the
EMBa\LMERS will sell hats instead if I can't help it, and will sell themSo
will know that they must meet I ,
they Ion at that date will be advertised for i door.
OCAlAVAGON\ WORKS
him on the other shore. AlthoughRev. I sale and extra cost will have to be added I "I beg your pardon sir," he said I
Crane and the writer had been Fine Caskets Cheap For My Usual Elegant Gi jods
i "but to
Now is the time to have your Carriage the closest of friends since his return on all unpaid taxes.E. you are forgetting pay yourbi1L" ,

Buggy or Wagon painted.We Xorth, the question of his relation to I L. Carney Tax: Collector. I
I said the other "I haven't forgotten Treat and the Ladies a
do all kinds or Repair Work. the Southern people during those "-- i and Burial .Robes "No. It Will Give the Country a
eventful discussed. It t! i it I'll send the amount over in
Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing. years was never The encampment of the G. A. R. will I! "
seems that only one man ever suspected I :, an hour or two. That's the length of Rare Opportunity
Rubber Tires set toy the Patent Good- ReCrane of anything but loyaltyto I be held in St. Petersburg. April 10. : All Work Done by Licensed Em time I had to wait for my d1Dner.I ."- I
One and one-third fare has been I in the land at prices that
granted -
hat without an equal ,
year Machine. those whom he served. His princi- balmers and Full Guaranteed I Chicago Tribune.Her I to buy d magnificent
by the railroads. The Ocala
post I
pal stopping place in Palatka was at will I want to sell out my business. I will consider an ffer to
I, prove
Automobiles painted and repaired. will be in evidence. Captain Henry I
the home of Captain Gray. There was I' Marcotte is the commander. Comprehend deuce I buy (and sell reasonable) for the next thirty days.Kespectfully .
i
Bring us your work. We are pre- one man in that place who \(10his\ gun I I }Ir. and Mrs. Ferguson were passen- ,

pared to do it better and cheaper than one day and started out to hu,,? for Mr. I gers in an elevated train.It yours,

else. Crane. Captain Gray, whq happened RBAD THIS I THE house that was brilliantly
anyone : I whizzed past a
to be at home on a furlough, heard of i TOMPKINS
lighted. MRS. L. T.
the hunt and took his gun, and whenhe I
F. McATEER
W. Prop. t "I wonder what was going on there
:
found the hunter he said: You Ripley Tenn., June 1, 1901. I
TEXAS
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I a'cplated Mr. Ferguson."It
kill Crane, and I'll kill you. Lookinginto
Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis MO.-Dear "
his wife.
the captain's eyes he saw some- va a wedding, replied
PURE MILKPure thing, and then he went home. I Sir: Having tried various remedies! P I "DMn'f\you see them standing before I
'o RitawAY ,
Rev. Crane was for many years a without satisfactory results. I was persuaded -I t the preacher? lie was in a white gown.

professor, and at times chancellor of i to give your "Texas Wonder" a 1 : *The !groom was in full evening suit I' A. E BURNETT

Milk and Cream I the Western University of Pennsylvania. -trial. I have used one bottle, and although The bride wore a robe of chiffon cloth. .
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He with Pastor Scovel of the
The Great Eastern \vlth bertha and yoke of dnchesse lace
I are among the greatestof First Presbyterian church, and the.I my case is one of long standing f the bodice and lace flounce on the I
writer constituted a triplet of studentsin that baffled the skill of the best physician and Western Line on I .
table delicacies. Theyare Greek t skirt She had a full length tulle veil I THE JEWELER
the testament. He
was a persistent t yet it yielded at once to the "Texas lilies of the
i i and carried a bouquet of ,
scholar at times when tired
both RICH PURE and !,; he would! lie down on the pulpit carpet Wonder" -which I heartily recom- Across the Entire States 01! 't alley. Where were your eyes?" !I,

if (I of Brother Soovei's study with his mend to all suffering from kidney and Mr. Ferguson realizing his utter

WHOLESOME suppliedby I I head to a great blazing fire of Pennsylvania bladder troubles. Yours truly r worthlessness, resumed' the reading of : Watches Rings

I I coal and there read and discusshis W. II. Bruton TEXAS und LOUISIA[{ his paper and said nothing-Chicago Fine Jewelry, Diamonds, !
verse in turn. From such an incident I
: Pastor Baptist church. Ripley. Tenn. I 'Tr.btme.DEATH, ._ China Sterling'
THE HERMITAGE- DAISY I it is a short cut to the thoughtof !, f SO TROUBLE ANSWER Ql'Es'nox i Cut Glass, Handsome ,
the influence of the sanctified scholarship RATE IN NEW YORK -

GEO. B. TYLER. Proprietor. I young of such men a who man on come the thousandsof under its i I A TEXAS WONDER f Direct Line to AND CHICAGO Silver and Hollow Ware.

: One small bottle of the Texas Wonder _i I

moulding When Rev.power.Crane's heart trouble. I Hall's Great Discovery, cures all J NORTH TEXAS : During November and December II I

: J H R. HUNTER which finally took him from us becameso I Kidney and Bladder troubles, removesGravel NEW MbXICO ;:1 1903, one-fifth of the death in New I TOILET ARTICLES,

threatening as to compel him to Ii i I cures Diabetes, Seminal Emissions -I Tort and Chicago were from pneumon- FOUNTAIN PENS :,
. _- ._-_. leave his chair in the university, he I I and Tar not only I
:Gyy . was appointed consul to Hanover Germany Weak and Lame Backs, Rheumatism ARIZONAand ia. Foley's Honey

where he remained through several -! and all irregularities of the Kidneys ;i stops the cough but heals and strength- .

-and-- successive administrations. It was : and Bladder in both men and I,eis the lungs and prevents pneumonia,, OPTICAL GOODS

_ '/ OCKSMITH during this residence in that country women. Regulates Bladder troubles in CALIFORNIA 1 so do not take chances on a cold wear- ; ; 't
that he and Count Von Waldersee. commander : and Tai f., .,.
of the allied in the boxer : children. If not sold by your druggisttwill away when Foley's Honey

/r Repairing a Specialty.FOlEYSKlBm'CURE. uprising, became intimate troops friends. i be sent by mail on receipt of StOne .I WRITE fOR SEW BOOK OF TEX A.5. FEE g r"\\'m cure you quickly and prevent serious Watch Repairing a Specia1ty. .

The friends of the Taylors will be small bottle is two months' treatment \ results. Sold by the Postoffice .
glad to know that the widow has a son E. TURNER
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ti I and seldom fails to to euro any t Drugstore. W
and Pennsylvania daughter, both, where married the and professorhas settledin case above mentioned. I General I Passenger Agen t! : OCALA FLORIDA t;;," :

Makes- Kidneys wed Bladder Right lived for a number of years. i Sold by all druggists. V7 ">l DALLAS, TEXAS 6oL. \ Salted peanuts at Taylor's..t .

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1905 .
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EVENING STARC. AT THE HOTELS ...
3 DAYS CAPITAL $50,000.00 .

L BITTINGER & CO. Harvey Hutchinson of Gainesville la
at the Ocala House. \\
HERBERT A. FORD President. _

C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll P. F. Spencer of Atlanta is at the GEO. H. FORD, Vice President.F. .

Proprietors and Publisher Great Embroidery SaleThursday Ocala House. L. 1\'ATSOCashier. .

Miss M. L. Walker of New York is at

C. L. BITTiNGER, the Montezuma.

Editor and General Manager.R. | Mr. H. W. Pope of Hernando is a
and Friday, March 30th and 3 f strAnd guest of the Montezuma. NATIONAL BANK

R. CARROLL, Monday April 3rd at Horace Marsh, formerly of Ocala CENTRAOF
City Editor and Business Manager now a traveling salesman, with head-
quarters in Savannah, is at the Mon-

EDITOR SETZER PRESSEDThis BEL VENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY'SOver ezuma. OCALA.
Captain and Mrs. John L. Inglis and .
editor spent a portion of yester- Mrs. R. A. Alford of Port Inglis are at
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day In Lake City, attending the Press the Ocala House. J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON; "

Association, and if our readers will Ten Thousand 0,000)( ) yards of Cambric Directors GEO, bcKA Y. ED HILLER. "
Mr. Geo. E. Weaver of Providence is : ,
bear with our shortcomings this week spending several weeks HERBERT A. FORD GEORGE FORD.
at the Ocala
we faithfully promise them a 10-inch Nainsook and Swiss Edging and Inserting; handsomeand House.W. R. S. HALL.
square article next week all heart and

I' absolutely free from knots, windshakes" new designs lost arrived. UNPRECEDENTED D. Williams of Gainesville Is at .
: and woodpecker holes.-High Springs the Ocala House.

Hornet. VALUES. Come and see.for. yourself.R. .
It affords the Star pleasure to note Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCollum of or-I
I = lando are spending a week in the city. HOUSE FURNISHINGS
Editor Setzer'8 presence at the meeting '
They are at the Ocala House.
of the Florida State Press at Lake I
City
D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK A POLITICAL INCONSISTENCYI
last week. Mr. Setzer had the idea T. J. Capers, a clever salesman of
FULLER & BLALOCK White Springs is at the Ocala House
the editors gathered simply for Junketing I have read of ,
Mr. Crom
receiving for a brief stay. Oaf stock of Furniture and House
purposes, and aa he took exception DENTAL SURGEONS hIs commission as postmaster of Ocalato Furnishing
to this feature of their actions, i: supercede Mr. Groves. Now, of Mr Claude Smith, a successful insuranceman
to the detriment and ignominy of very : Offices over Munroe & ChambKss Bank I Crom, personally, I have not a word to of Jacksonville, is at the Ocala
important business they could attendto OCALA. FLA. i say nor of his fitness and competency House.S. Goods is second to none in the StateEVERY
that might bring about reforms in 'I as a man of business. The Star speaks
matters of vital Importance to their Terms CashJ. highly of him and I have no doubt he W. Castles of Atlanta is at the
own business, the editor of the Star extended deserves the compliment, but what Montezuma, en route home from Punta -
to Editor Setzer a special invitation seems remarkable in this case is tha Gorda. KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MAT NESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,
to come to Lake City, E. CHACE TINGS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE AND PORTIERc SADDLED WHIPS
participate Mr. Crom almost a stranger in )'ourcity. ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,
In the meetings and see for himself If owning no property, scarcely a taxpayer Mr. W. P. Franklin, formerly o t CURTAINS, SCREENS: ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CAHRIAGE FOR ANY PURPOSE.;
he could not approve of their methods, DEhTAL SURGEON and not be voter, should Leesburg, but now a prosperous mer-
may a
and If not we would "foot" his expense receive the appointment of postmasteof chant of Tampa, is at the Montezuma SPREADS, SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS,

account Brother Setzer came, was Introduced Office upstairs, Commercial Bank I I Ocala when there are dozens of republicans Judge E. E. Haskill of Palatka was a t LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDING: MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,

to the members, and In turn Building, Ocala, Florida. I I men of good standing, ex the Montezuma yesterday. POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES: AND RANGES BRICK, SHINGLES, CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MA.

received an ovation. All knew of TERMS CASH cellent business men and tax payer I ; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES,' ETC.; HAR- CHINERY OF ALL KINDS.
Brother S. through the columns of the for years, who have been o'erlookedand ,,'. L. Simonton.[ Micanopy's leading!
,
High Springs Hornet which possessesthe ---. ignored. If this had been a dem merchant, is at the Montezuma.
greatest originality of unstarched cus is one of the pioneer orange-gro ocratic affair, I am satisfied such an
diction, expressed In unique and taking era at Citra. t phrases, that ever stirred the admiration the big freeze of 1894 struck him bi sible. But then if the republicans are Istachatta is at the Montezuma. '

Press gang.and He risibilities became of an the especial Stdte\ cheerful went at It smile aga n, and is now wearing a i not satisfied kick,hard certainly nor high.a democrat I simply should writethis I The Ocala House is entertaining Miss tinder responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates -

.-J C. M. A. Baker of Brunswick. Ga.. and
object of Interest to the ladles
present, -- of the
as one incongruities of '
politics Miss Fields of Jacksonville for on anything need.
and \ severdays.
none took a greater interest in this /\V. in Florida. One Who Reids. you
A. .
Guilfoyle, a successful farmer
high priest of High Springs extempor-
ot--t+te Romeo section, in town today
was -
aries that Mrs.
Cummings of the Wal-
inspecting Improved farming implements x Mr. W. M. Osborn of Williston is a
ton Sun DeFunlak. who to' EVERY THURSDAYMr.
was prompt ,
guest of the Ocala House. MOIVER&MACKAYf
a &Ji'Jr.e_ fcatng. Mr. G. is
see the glitter of genius in the eye of
a son of one of the pioneer settlers of
Mr. Setzer. The "gang" so won on Mr. The following party of Xew Yorkers
Setzer that he concluded a membership his section, who came in the fifties in George W. Ryan of Indianapolis I are at the Ocala House for a visit oI
would not be a bad investment, and so company with "yjicle! Tim" Ward fromKing's u has been in the city for several I I indefinite length: Messrs. G. A. Bow- OCAL-A : = F"L-ORIOA'
handed In his name, when he was taken county, Ireland, "Uncle Tim"settling days. Mr. Ryan is making a tour oti I den M. Dreeden, FV.. Goucher and I
In charge by Editor J. W. White {of at Belleviek jUld :Mr. Guil the state, combining business with I W. L. McKearn.
the Fraternal Record and conducted:to foyle in the west 4yd of the county, pleasure. He is delighted with our little I
the Index office, and in the presence where his only neighbors were the city. Mr. Ryan is manager of the G. D. Williams of Washington is at RIFLEMEN ROYALLY I
a dozen members he was subjected (jot 1(0 deer, bear and wild turkey of that region State Life Insurance Company of Indianapolis the Ocala House.S. ENTERTAINEDLast
and where he became a noted R. MARTIN & CO.
J.
the Initiatory, and has
or inquisitional degree appointed the at their I
<. marksman and MrTtrGntttoyleattachedTrs S. G. of evening cozy home in
mighty Jhunter.y W. Blount Moyers Dunnellon is at the
Among the requests made of BrotherS Real Estate Company local the third ward, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
\\ Montezuma
tzer was for him to endorse the "Pol- aufographto agents for his company. today.J.
the Star's roll of subscribers. Ditto assisted by Mr. and Mre. Ed-
Icy of Teddy;" to accept Crum from the D. Mallard and B. A. Goodale of win Pittman, were the host and host-
Charleston spread; to agree to vote Many items on our 5 cent counter !: Jacksonville were registered at the ess of one of the most delightful enter-
the republican ticket, and to get married Mr. \,. L. Simonton. a successful that sell regularly at other places for f''! Montezuma last night. tainments of the season, given in com- GENERAL LIVERYMENFine
within six farmer and trucker of Lake Simonton, i
weeks after I
becominga
pliment to the Ocala
10 cents, and many items on our 10 j Rifles of which
member of the Press was in town today, paying his taxes. i Ii
Association. To cent counter that sell regularly-at oth-i i Mr. T. T. McPherson a well known Mr. Ditto is a popular member. Music,
every request, except the last one, he Speaking of fine stock, he referred to ': er places for 20 and 25 cents. Come j|I business man of Wildwood, is at the song and story comprised the evening
bucked worse than a Texas broncho, a carload brought to his section by his and for I!I Montezuma today. of amusement.
see yourself..The Ocala Bazar.
and actually threw his rider; but to brother, J. B. Simonton, who put them I I
the through the winter in Walter J. of Richmond Thefollowing members of the Rifles Carriages Buggies and Traps
last request "he smole an angelic good shape, and I Turpin was atof ,
smile," and naively remarked that i if they are doing well on the spring pas Harrison Carr, the tonsorial artist i: the Montezuma today. were in attendance: Captain Nash, Drummers
he could see the divinity who was to turage. Illinois, who spent a month in Ocala, Lieutenant Graham Sergeants Cham- Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.
be his helpmeet "Barkis" might be will return home tomorrow, going to I T. J. Swearingen of Gainesville is at bers and Dodson Corporals Weihe,
willing. But Brother Setzer attendedthe A FAVORITE REMEDY FOR BABIESIts Ohio, then to Petosky, Mich., the great- the Ocala House. Lancaster and Pender and the following -
est hay fever resort in the world. He i privates: Moore, Fred and I. Duffy,
and I
meeting will
impatience his own we time and await inimitableway with thinks of returning to Ocala" next win .| H. S. Owens of New York is at the I Joyner, Lucius, Spencer, Miller, Frank, FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses

of telling his experience with and pleasant taste ana prompt cureshave ter. Ocala House. i Claude Gates, Frank Gates, Butch
Hampton, Hodges and Bitting. In addition -
his made Chamberlain's
impressions of the Florida Press Cough Rem

Association.The edy a favorite with the mothers of small THE ORIGINAL MAMMOTH OCEAN LINER I veteran to Captain the Riflemen Ditto present, Fred were Gaskell the and Mules for Sale. Horses

children. It quickly cures their coughs I La Provence the latest and and Pratt Morris.
largest
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated j Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
Star announced the fact yesterday and colds and prevents any danger of I steamer in the New York-Havre service -
of the death of Douglass Gray pneumonia or other serious consequences Honey and Tar as a throat and lung j of the French line, was success- Seed time is here. Our seeds have
Eichelberger at Miami. The deceasedwas remedy, and on account of the greatmerit i fully I launched :March 21, 1905. Miss i ii
born in this city 44 years ago, attended For sale by the Postoffice and popularity of Foley's Honey (!i Roux, daughter of the director of the I the] reputation for being the best on J. R. MARTIN & CO.
school here and at Roanoke Col Drugstore. i yards, gave the signal and the steamer II IIi the( market. Tydings & Co.
and Tar many imitations are offered I
lege, Va., and spent a year with his I I glided into the water amid the
father's old-time friend. General Til- I I for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Hon- I j I cheers of the multitude. I
son at Rockland Me., where for a year Frank Godson, the famous manager : ey and Tar and refuse any substitute I: The chief features of the La Provence I
he was Instructed In the methods of of the Ocala Bazar, will institute and i is! I offered, as no other preparation will i are: Tonnage, 19,160: length 700 feet;
bookkeeping. He then returned home nodispla'lng the goods for a 5 and i I I II width, 65 feet. She will have two triple
and embarked with his father Calonel 10 cent counter, and will give unprecedented :I give the same satisfaction. It is mildly! expansion and four cylinder engines

Adam Eichelberger, in orange culture values on the same. Any of I laxative. It contains no opiates and is and twenty-one boilers, developing 40.-
and trucking, of which industries the his patrons and the public desiring .i safest for children and delicate persons.r 000 horse power and giving her speed I
latter was the pioneer in the state. After anything in this line will find it to their I Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. of 22' knots per hour, which is equiv-
the freeze, with his grove propertygone advantage to inspect the same. alent to 27 miles an hour. The saloon I

he went to the East Coast, engaged I will be the largest of any steamer CLOSING OUT ALL WINTER
in trucking and made a successof Exquisite china in the finer grades of Our stock of blank books, stationery, afloat, having a capacity of 400 first
it. The cause of his death was consumption Imported ware. The prices are very i j stationers' supplies is complete Call I class, 204 second class, and 900 third
brought on by an attack of j class The vessel will
low. A. E. Burnett on us. Ocala News Co. i I passengers. carry
grip, which seized him some four II 456 officers and crew, making a total
months ago and never left him. The I number of 1960 persons.
deceased was a very pleasant and con- I One of the novel features is an out-
genial gentleman, who made friends door cafe, overlooking the sea. The GOODS !

wherever he went, and his death is HY ROBINSON, President. S. H. BLITCH, Manager.A. maiden trip of the La Provence to New .
heard of In this ommunity with regret H. MARSH, Assistant Manager. York is set for April, 1 1905, and she _
Mr. Eichelberger was a memberof will make the trip in less than six days.
the Presbyterian church and died Miss Jessie Maughs is the local agent !
in that faith. To the bereaved father for this line.

sympathy.You the Star .extends its condolence and THE COMMERCIAL BANK

Dr. Palmer of Atlanta, with his sick
,
OCALA, FLA. wife, went to Homosassa some time
can always get the best of goodsat ago. Death claimed the lady and the
reasonable prices at Rheinauer's (Branch Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.) I doctor returned home today with her

but there is something special doing body, accompanied by Miss Clark, the
there now. Read their advertisementIn Capital, $100,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $37,885.37We I II professional nurse who attended Mrs. BEAUTIFUL NEW OAK SUITS

the northwest corner of the next I Palmer during her late illness. The
page. are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any Accommodations Consistent I friends of Dr. Palmer greatly sympathize -
With Safe with him.

W. N. Milling, a former policemanof Banking. IN LATEST STYLES
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US
Ocala but who has been absent for Hon. H. W. Long of Martel was in

the last few years, is in the city today. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Safety Deposit Vaults for Rent. town today, in conference with Hon. C.
During his absence he resided In Rock S 1.[ Brown, laying down the "law and
Hill S. C. of which: place he was chief the prophets" about his senatorial seat
of police. He then went to Eastern contest IRON BEDS CHIFFONIERS ETC.
Texas In the employ of the Southern ,
Pine Lumber Company, and losing his ,
health went to Southwestern Arkansasfor RESTAU Mr. Ed McIntosh!' will accompanyMr.
the benefit of his wife's health; RANTE- Hiller to Alabama Sunday, and will
then returned to Tacoma, Alachua hold an important position in the of-
county, where he lost his IS-months- fice of the Alabama White Marble

ola McClellan girl of did congestion all medical of the skill brain.could Dr.do .:-X.. First Class Meals Company will, near join Sylacauga.him later. Mrs. Mcintosh .......... ALSO

to save the dear one, but to no avail.
Mr. Milling says Ocala and Marion CAREFULLY Mrs. Jones and her pleasing daughter. -
county are the finest places on God's PREPARED LUNCHES Miss Leila, of the Elmwood section -
footstool, and he esteems its peoplethe were among the Brick City call- Big cut in prices on Spring Mattings, Lace Cur-
salt of the earth. ers today.

Oysters in All Styles Our prescription tains and Rugs .
We had the pleasure of meeting Mr. parrment Is the now just arriving.
and Mrs. Thompson of the Key West most up-to-date and has the most care- ,

Inter-Ocean while attending the Press Dining Room open until midnight. Personal ful attention of any In the city. Ty-
Association and were informed by attention to Bags and Co. New, Neat and Natty Designs "
them that there was now in course of given special orders, anything _
construction in their city the largest the market offers prepared for the table one
cigar factory in the United States, and Mrs. Lena Griggs of near ummer-
that Key West was growing at a rat I short notice. fidd, who for the past ten weeks has
SEE US !
that made all hearts in that city glad. been suffering with typhoid fever, and _,
who has been so tenderly nursed by

lion C. M. Brown is here from Miami Dumb Waiter Connects With Barr her sister Mrs. Ben Borden, has suf-

to look after his senatorial fences, and ficiently recovered to return home Mon
ascertain the needs of the 20th state Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. day. The efforts of Mrs. Borden have
senatorial district which Mr. Brown thoroughly exhausted her. and she is
insists he will continue to represent.But I Special Price to'.Regalar Boarders now on the sick list but we hope only:
then it is up to the state senate temporarily.

and have whatever to hold water.It does in the matter will THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt across Messrs.the Griggs Oklawaha and Caldwell.were on from our I ) A. Pittman"


The election for state senator yesterday streets today. Both are excellent Marion .
was so quiet and peaceful that hadit McGrath.'s Stand county farmers.
not been that the law compels saloons -
to close on such days, many of William Shaffer a brakeman of Dennison -
our citizens would not have known of Ohio, was confined to his bed for
It. When they ran up against the closed DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBANDOr several weeks with inflammatory rheu- Son
doors of our bibulous fountains they .
demanded the cause, and were told. matism. "I used many remedies," he
Father I
Brother ?
Ocala polled 60 votes for Dr. J. G. Bas- or sa>s. "Finally I sent to McCaw's drug

kin with no opposition.David store for a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
If so. let us show you how to cur' them of the
; terrible
of drink.
r ------ curse I
Balm at which time I was unable to
/ jBarcus of Citra, as fine'a APPLETINE never fails to cure anc1 the beauty of this is, that the patient
never knows how he stopped the dn_ik habit. Trial treatment and directionssent use hand or foot, and in one week's

matted'ennsylvjnla Florida Dutchman climate to Inoculate as ever hiny per- fidenUal.I postpaid. on receipt of 25c. Full treatment $3. All communications con time was able to go to work as hapPY THE FURNITURE MEN

VaA-inJUn>n today:/and'sough tC.t1r. I as a clam. For sale by the Postoffice
comforts at The ifontetomsi. .. --.- t

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LUMBeRROUGH A Tacky Party ANTHONY at Prof. Stewart's.

Grounds for Hope of a New Depot

Some people are tacky by nature SORE LUNGS
others are so from necessity, while still I
I others like to appear tacky for the fun I II

OR DRESSEDSee hey may derive. A party of the last I

I named class assembled at the residenceof When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing:,

Prof. George Stewart last Friday I Is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISYand
Phone night. From all accounts there must I
or CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply.
have been some very tacky dressing by j
the guests assembled and amusement:

great until a late hour. The first prizes j fe t
B. H. SEYMOUR a pipe and a fine handkerchief were I;

awarded to Mr. Carl Priest and Miss fOlEYSHONIYAND

Zelma Pasteur. j
i PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla. Mrs George Stewart has lately purchased -! r

L a magnificent combination pi-;

l _.- ano and organ. i 1 li

t' Mrs. C. W. Browning of Olen S. C.,,
'" has been called to the bedside of hen I

4 daughter Mrs. Hutto. who continues!j
m
-.. quite ill.Miss
Mattle Pasteur, who has been
teaching school at Pine Level the past stops the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. It contains -

., term has returned home upon the close { no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the

A HAPPY MOTHER or tive her acquisition school. She to the will society be an of attrac-An- A, lungs or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that

retards recovery from a cold. FOLEY'S HONEY AND

III .., thony.The superintendent of the S. A. L. TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and
WiiTBtiroBD. Tu....
May It,1903. Ry. tarried here for nearly an hour lung troubles.
Saturday. It is the general hope that
i misery.Before I was my Just baby able wa to born be about I was but in just great as he took note of the necessity of a new Thi Doctors Said He Had Consumption Mantlou Con.

soon as I began to take Wine of Cardui, which depot at this place. L. M. Ruggles, Reasoner, Iowa, writes. "The doctors said I had coo
had been recommended to me,I felt much bet J Mr. George Ellis of the Gainesville snmptiop and I got no better until I used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR.
ter. Intact 1 feel t bat it it bad not been for
this medicine: 1 would not have been strong Fertilizer Company spent a day last I It helped me right from the start and stopped the spitting of blood ind the
enough to live through childbirth. But that week riding through the country with pain in my lungs and today I am sound and well.
was wade comparatively easy by taking year Mr. Frank W. Bishop, viewing the effects -
medicine for four month* before baby came Three sizes-2Sc, SOc $1.00. The 50-cent size contains two and
Wine cf Cardui restored my health aa Itook it of the company's product on the I 1 I I
1 r l i
too one-half times as much as the small size and the $1.00 bottle
two months afterward. I cannot speak
highly of Wineof rops. almost six times as much. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. ,
Dr. J. G. Baskin pajed Anthony a

aoi Cardui glad to and endorse 1- Pit. Pil/4: I flying visit Saturday, returning to his i ;
it home at Dunnellon Sunday. His wife SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
I TK2A10BEB, YOCSO MATRON'S CLt'I.Wine .
until Wednesdaywith
and child stopped I

la P .' :Mr. A. P. Baskin. i THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA.
Prof. W. Smith of Jackson-
Wesley
of Cardui ia a powerful tonic I _____ __ __ __ ___ __
ville is spending a few days with his
which acts on the generative organs of i I
,
parents Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Smith.Dr. Generals in the Devil's
women, regulating menstruation and giving THE COLORED PEOPLE'S Army
Eton Lindner accompanied Dr.
and to the which
tone strength organs for the of General Church Indifference has two
inflammation and weakness have affected. It cures nineteen out Baskin Sunday purpose
viewing prospects for business in some : Atlantic Coast Line DEPARTMENTRev. strong* wings to his army, the right
of every Wine twenty of Cardui cases of cures bearing-down barrenness pains and or aids ovarian the trouble.mother in of the towns south of Dunnellon. wing under General Covetousness and
the left wing under General Gossiper.
number of
Judging from the persons
her strength for the ordeal of childbirth. After that
conserving taking music lessons and the numberof I J. E. A. Keeler, Editor. Both of these are strong supporters ot
and mothers to
event the Wine prevents dangerous flooding helps
quick recovery. Wine of Cardui is the one medicine a mother prospective purchasers of pianos, THROUGH CAR LIN E FROM FLORIDA the main arny. General Covetousness
the people of Anthony are becomingvery I is a very aggressive general He is boldin
should use ,before and after childbirth.All .
druggibU sell $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui. musically inclined.We Mrs. Maggie Evans is in the city un- an attack, and seldom retreats. He
understand quite a number of our -CONNECTIONSTO der medical treatment.Be is an able commander of his forces, andis

young people are going to Griner Farmto singled out by Jehovah in the ten

attend an April fool party. They THE EAST Over its own rails to S
WINE.olCIRDUI anticipate much merriment.Mr. All Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry. article on the Generals in the Devil's person and takes thousands of pris-
Henry Lamb has been very ill for Army. oners, both young and old. His main

f some time past. TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and DIxIe supporters are Major Envy and Cap-
Mrs. Annie Stroud is sick with fever. The K. of P. will hold their meeting tain Begrudge. They live next doorto
Dr. Lindner is in attendance.The Flyer route via Atlanta.TO tonight and all members are urged to you.

town council will meet in regu- THE EAST Via Say. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphiaand attend. General Gossiper Is a very fine com-
lar session next Monday night. There mander. His plans are equal to thoseof
Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York. Washington, Call at the Mack House for comfortable In the devil's army. In fact hIs
will be some important business transacted any
Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners lodging and first class meals. Fiends'
I and the standing committees will 1 a member of the Arch war

i I be appointed for the year. Transportation Comp any for Baltimore and Philadel- West Broadway.The council He makes some of the most
I serious and In houseto
charges, engages
ice is
Steamthip phia. cream man now makinghis
house and hand to hand attacks and

I COUGHED ALL NIGHTBut KEY WEST and HAVANA Via PeninsUla- Occidental Steamship Co.Route I :lighted rounds to see daily.him.The children are de-\\his daggers are so dangerous that it

Sternberger & PhillipsWE f -- takes a long time to heal the woundshe

Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's I of the celebrated trains, New York & Florida Special: Florida and Vaccination is the password. Let everyone inflicts. He has two associates
havethis whose skill in attack is unsurpassed
see Dr. Hood at once and
West Indian Limited and
Chicago Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.
Cough Remedy operation performed.Let namely Captain Rumor and Major
I Quickest schedules Mr. J. G. Smith-
"A few mornings
ARE STILL IN THE I ago ) etc., consult the purple folder or communicate with T. C. Whitt, D. P. everybody give their yards a cavalry force and at times breaks up
i erman, a good citizen of this place, general cleaning up and their housesa churches, communities and homes. The
A., Tampa; W. J. Craig, G. P. A.,; H. M. Emerson, T. M., Wilmington. N., C.
came to the store for a cough medicine renovation-:-the inspector is coming. recruits to this wing generally come
--- from the church, and to be carefully
are
says Dr. C. N. Parnell of is the
Ma.ples'I'I The Magnolia Restaurant watched. Let General Generosity,
Wall Paper Painting : ville, Ala. "lie was so hoarse Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest place to get your choice meals and General Kindness and General Self Examination -

t could hardly talk and said he had !. lunches at living prices. W. L. Jones, meet these artful generalson

F, coughed all the nigbt before. I sold him I Ii Via Chicago and Florida Limited. manager. open field of battle and with the
i' sword of the Spirit, the rifle of
f a bottle of Chamberlain's Cougb Remedy All members of the O ala baseball prayer
re-I Solid vestibule train of PullmwJi sleeping, observatIon, library dining car and the 10-inch gun of faith loaded
team are urged to meet at Alberstine
and Contracting I and told him that if it did not with grapeshot of "malice toward none
and catches between St. Augustine and Chicago, via Atlanta, Chattanooga and Smith's restaurant tomorrow night
,lieve him he might Bring the bottle without fail. and charity to all," and drive the enemy -

f back and get his money. I saw him the Nashville. back with great slaughter takingno
I prisoners, for they will breed ver-
Keep in memory the concert at How-
neAt morning carrying the bottle to Leave St. Augustine. ...... .... ....F. E. f:. Ry... .. ...... ... 8:20 a. m. min in the camp of Christ.
ard
BUSINESS, AND WILL CHEERFULLY Academy on Friday night. Every-
the store where he works, and he told Arrive Jacksonville..F. E. C. lly. ... ....... .....9:20! a, m. body is invited. The occasion will bea -' .

GIVE ESTIMATES ON ALL me it did him more good than any medicine Leave Jacksonville.... ..... ... ... ..A. C. L. R. R...... .., ... 9:30 a. m. grand one. (To be Continued.)
,
KINDS OF THE ABOVE CLASSESOF he ever used." For sale. by the Arrive Tifton..A. C. L. R R...... ... ......1:25; p. m. Mrs. C. C. Curry has opened & first ,

WORK, AND GUARANTEE SAT Postoffice Drugstore. '| Leave Tifton... ..... ... ... ... ..G. S. & 5*. Ry..... ... .....1.30p.m. class dress making, fitting and cutting WOMEN'S KIDNEYS

ISFACTION.WE Arrive :Macos..G.: S. & F. Ry.. ... ......4:15 p. m. business. Work done in the latest and Women are more often afflicted with

EVERY THURSDAY Leave ::Macon..... ..... ... ... ....C. of Ga. Ry .. .... ......4:20 p. m. best styles. Residence, one block north: kidney disorders than men but attrib-
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF of county jail.
I Arrive Atlanta... ... ... ..... ...C. of Ga. Ry..... ...... ..7:00 p..Do ute the symptoms to diseases peculiarto

I GRINER FARM Leave Atlanta..W. & A. R. R ..... ..... .7:13 p. m. Don't forget the concert at Howard their sex while In reality the kidneys -
Academy night. Everybodyis
Arrive Chattanooga... .... .... ....W. & A. R. R.... .. ... ..10:57 p. m. on Friday are deranged. Nervousness head-
cordially invited to come and lenda
Sig11 Pain.-ting Mrs. J. M. Luffman, who for some Leave Chattanooga.... .. ...... ...N. C. & St. L. Ry. .....10:04 p. m. helping hand. A fine program has ache, puffy or dark circles around the

time has been real sick was able to. Arrive Nashville. .... ...... ......N. C. & St. L. Ry. .......3:13 a. m. been arranged.A eyes, pain in the back, are signs of
enjoy a buggy ride Sunday afternoon.We
are having some very nice weather I Leave Nashville. ... ... .... _... ..1.. & N. R. R..... .... .. ... .3:40 a. m. section of the of..era house will be kidney trouble that must not be Ignored

at present-a little rain nearly everyday Arrive Evansville ..... .. ........ ...L.. & N. R. R..... .; .. ....8:10 a, m. reserved on the night of April 1, when I or a serious malady will result -

which refreshes everything and Leave Evansville... ... .... .....L. & N. R. R.... .. .......8:20 a. m. the great Black Patti Company, with i Foley's Kidney Cure has restored

pleases everjbody. Arrive St. Louis... ... ... ....-. ...L. & N. R. R.... .. ....... 1:53 p. Hi its forty people shows here, for the the health of thousands of weak nervous -
Rev. Graham of Anthony filled his colored people. .
PARIAN PAINT regular appointment here Sunday af- Leave Evansville.. .... .. ... -, ....E. & T. H. R. R..... ......8:20. a. m. broken down women. It stops irregularities -

ternoon. Arrive Terra Haute..E. & T. H. R. it..11:45 a. m. There will be a grand entertainmentat and strengthens the urinary -

Strawberry picking is the order of Leave Terra Haute..C. & E. I. R R.. .... .....11:50 a. m. Odd Fellows Hall for the benefit of organs. It purifies the blood and.
the day and the yield is abundant. the young Ocala baseball club on Monday -
Miss Bertha Chalker is sick at the Arrive Chicago..C. & E. I. R. P.... .. .....4:30 p, m. night. Admission, 15 cents. All benefits the whole system. Sold by the

Guaranteed Weatherproof present writing. We wish her a speedy are invited to attend.A. Postoffice Drugstore.
recovery. This train is the standard of perfection In passenger service. For Pull- I

The people of Griner Farm shouldbe man reservations and other intormation apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry., W. Walker the world champion "
shaver and hair cutter.: Try his keen NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
proud of their community in regard St. Augustine or Atlanta cCoast Line office, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
to religious servkes."e have preach- I razors hair clippers and scissors and Under and by virtue of a certain decree -
I r be convinced of his superior skill Razors rendered by the Hon. W. S. Bul-
Investigate Before Buying ing every first, second and third Sunday I -
I ; Sunday school every Sunday at honed and concaved in all styles. lock, judge of the circuit court of the

13 I p. m., and prayer meeting everyi i: CHEAP RATES TO Call at No. 115, Magnolia:: street, fifth judicial circuit of Florida, in and
next S. A. L.L. .
i Thursday night. i for Marion county In chancery in a

We are glad to report that Mrs. Ca- Green, the tonsorial artist and certain cause pending therein, whereinG.
I hoon is able to be out again. j California and the Northwest lightning shaver. My razors shave soft S. Scott as receiver, etc. Is com-
plainant and William Pendleton and
bells
The chiming of wedding _
merry I and sweet and hair-cutting is the
my
be heard in the future Zemula C. Pendleton are defendants
can near Ii THE NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY best. I have two of the finest chairs
Sternberger & PhillipsShop Mr. Bertie Murphy and sister. Miss i said decree rendered on the 18th day of
that turn every way. Razors fixed In all
Willie, called on Mr. and Mrs. Culbrethat "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE. styles. Call and be convinced. West March A. D. 1905, I will offer for sale
Oak, Sunday.Mr. I to the highest and best bidder for cash
Broadway, next to A. Smith.
I Vincent Chalker and charming II I Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest at i ublic outcry, before the court house
sister. Miss Inez made a pleasant visit Opera House, April 1 aoor (south) in Ocala Marion county,
and Warehouse, 4J So. Magnolia St. I tu Silver Springs last Saturday.Mr. I Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable. The Black Patti has rallied round her Florida between the legal hours of sale

Allen Hillman and sister Miss $55.10-Portland, Seattle, Vancouver and British Columbia points. on the
I' troubadour banners about all the talent t
Annie, accompanied by Miss Lora i I -J9.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butts!, Anaconda, issoula and intermediate worth having in the colored world hirst Monday in May, A. D. 1905, to-
I Yjtfs and several others of Anthony, wit: May 1, 1905,
:, points on the Northern Pacific Railway. of comedy and song ana dance. Her

F ? I I inoon.were calling in Griner Sunday Rosebud.after- f j f $44.70-San Francisco, Los Angels, San Diego Benson Phoenix, Prescott success has been so great that she has the following described real propertyin :
been able to create sort of Marion county. Florida to-wit
a monopolyand :
Tuscon, Denver Colorado Springs, Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque
I II plutocracy of a jet tint. Her company Commence 40 feet north and 155 feet
The Above Rates From Jacksonville. Low Rates From
Apply
.Proportionate for this season the eighth of her west of se corner of lot 50, Caldwell'
LIKE FINDING MONEY I
great success numbers over two score addition to the town of Ocala Marion
All Florida
Points
Seaboard Air-Line I of white teeth and shiny-eyed male and county Fla.. thence north 7.07 chains,

Ry Finding health is like finding moneyso ; The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton, Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga, female funnines and funsters. This thence west 12 3-10 feet thence south

I think those who are sick. When 1 Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to St Lou: collection of talented singers and danc- 7.07 chains, thence 12 3-10 feet to point
ers and cake walkers is headed by the of beginning: also begin at a point 2.55!
yt U have a cough, cold, sore throat or and Chicago.
merriest droll merry Andrew that ever chains west of ne corner of said lot 50,
-FOR- chest irritation, better act promptly : Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m., via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. split his face in twain when he smiled. thence west 1.21chains, thence s 7.07

like W. C. Barber of Sandy Level, Va. I Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. m., via tae Atlantic Coast Line R). John Rucker. "The Alabama Blossom"is chains thence east 1.27% chains, north
Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines Raleigl h corker-In fact, cut glass 7.07 chains to point of beginning
lIe says: "I had a terrible chest trouble. I Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May a a-fancy or so
I stopper in the way of a cork, who does much thereof as may be necessary to
Richmond Washington Baltimore Philadelphia caused by: smoke and coal dust on my 15 inclusive and from September 15 to October 31.
I not need burnt cork to be black, or be satisfy the said decree and costs
and New York. lungs; but after finding no relief in For mail! schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker, Florida merry, droll or hilariously amusing.The L. W. DuyaL

other remedies I was cured by Dr.King's Passenger agsnt "Dixie Flyer" Route, Vsonville.. Florida.! troubadours will appear at the opera Special Master in Chancery.TOMPEINS .

THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY New Discovery for Consumption -- .. --- --- ---- house April L
Coughs and Colds." Greatest sale

of any cough or lung medicine< in the NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE lICE

SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITEI) world. At the Anti-Monopoly Drug- IMPROVED SERVICE Under and by virtue of a certain decree ,

rendered by the Hon. W. S. Bullock -
SEABOARD EXPRESS store: SOc. and $1; guaranteed. Trial judge of the circuit court of the Has a well selected stock of

bottle free.SEABOARD. fifth judicial circuit of Florida in and

Memphis to Hot Springs, Ark. for Marion county, in chancery, in a Fresh Meats oi all kinds.

SEABOARD MAIL certain cause pending therein whereinG.
AIR LINE RAILWAY
VIA S. Scott as receiver, etc., is complainant Vegetables and Greens.
and C. V. McCoy and MamieE.
Special Rates McCoy -defendants, said decree I Fresh and Salt Water Fish received -

MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMEN1 $11.93-ATLANTA, GA., and return. THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM rendered o e 18th day of March A. every day. Cedar Key Oysters :
I D. 1905. I will offer for sale to the high- received daily. Leave orders
The Seaboard Florida Limited Is a solid vestibuled train composed ;x- Tickets on sale May 14 and 15, limited est and best bidder for cash at public your
Morning train leaves Memphis 10 a. m., reaching Hot Springs 3i5: p. m. with me. Prompt delivery.
clusively of new Pullman equipment dining car, double drawing room, sleet:1_ returning to May 20. I outcry, before the court house door
Carries observation. cafe car, Pullrr-ui parlor car and day coaches. (south), in Ocala. Marion county, Florida -
and observation cars, operating between St.
ers stateroorr Augustine at I I. E TOMPKINS
idP. : NIGHT TRAIN between the legal hours of sale on ,
Jacksonville to New York via Washington; leaving St. Augustine 12:10m GOT OFF CHEAP I the

and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. dally, including Sundays. II Leaves Memphis S:30: reaching Hot Springs next: : morning. Carries Pullman First Monday in May, A. D. 1905, to- City Market.

drawing room, sleeper and day coach. wit: May the 1st, 1905
Hf may well think he has got off
the described real
ONLY LINE following propertyin
See that your ticket reads via "THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM" from
cheap who, after having contracted Indigestion Marion county Florida to-wit: Lot L.ALEXANDERPractical

Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans or constipation, is still able Memphis thereby avoiding change of depots at that point. No. 6 of a special survey of block 21,

to perfectly restore his health. Nothing ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES IN EFFECT DAILY new survey south in the City of Ocala
For information and sleeper reservations, can on any,agent Seaboar,a. Florida according to a plat now on record -
will do this but Dr. King's New Life
or write: WRIT FOR DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURES in plat book "A." on page 60. of CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Pills. A quick, pleasant and certain the public records of Marion county.
A. O..MACDONELL. A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON, JR., P. A'" I r I
..* *,.. cure for headache! constipation, etc. Florida or BO much thereof as may be Careful estimates made oa all contract. ,.
Jacksonville Florida. L. PARROTT DIst. Pass. AgL, necessary to satisfy the said decree
!5c. at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore: work. Gives more and better work tot \
and costs. L. W. Duval .
JACKSONVILLE FLORiD guaranteed. i No. 6, N. Pryor St, Atlanta, Ga. Special Master In Chancery. tke money than any other In town.


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OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1905

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MRS. BLOUNT ENTERTAINS WEATHER FORECAST LAKE CITY WALKS

AWAY WITH OCALA RHEINAUER'S
A MATTER OFHELTH Mrs. B. W. Blount entertained her .
Washington, March 29.-Showers tonight :
"
Sunday school class last night in a and Thursday; cooler Thursday, The University Florida ball team j : "

lovely manner. except in extreme south portion. won out against the home team yesterday -
Mrs. Blount's home is especially I afternoon in one of the most mo- ;:

adapted to entertaining, and last night A VISITOR FROM JAPAN notonous exhibitions of cake-walk Linen :
and
the handsomely! appointed rooms were baseball ever seen on the South Third Special

: made all the more attractive by artis- Those who wish to hear from Japan street diamond. Interest in the game

R4..tbAN6 tic decorations of palms, smilax and will have an opportunity at 7:30 this which was less than lukewarm after

cut glass vases of pink and white car- evening. Miss Nannie B. Gaines of Hiroshima the third inning, dropped to four degrees -.

nations. Progressive games were played Japan, will speak. She is the bt'loand froze on the spot as .

and handsome prizes awarded to originator and principal of a girls' the farcical affair progressed, and the F

Misses Lydia McDougal and Carrie Pe- school In Hiroshima, a school that now visitors piled up so manruns that It White Goods Salej

t t; lot for the two highest scores. An elegant has more than 500 students and com- became tiresome to count them. A great "

J, gold stickpin was given to Rev. mands the respect and admiration of I many of the spectators managed to kill .
,
t 1. B. Warren as a tribute of love from the empire. She will speak at the time till the ending of the game by

I ,, @ Mrs. Blount and her class of sixteen Methodist church. Bring the childrento reading the Star. -

: I bright girls. A delicious salad course hear her. The Lake City boys are a first class

'_.. : ., was served with cream cake, bonbons bunch of ball tossers, and yesterday
'C fi'11 and fruit. Mrs. Blount was assistedin demonstrated their ability to not only Thursday March 29 ,

j entertaining by Miss Bessie Porter. A YOUTHFUL BENEFACTOR compete with the best amateur teamsin .'

The happy guests were Rev. L. B. the state, but give the "profeshs" a
Waren, Misses Beulah Hall. Mary Bur- Among the gifts to the Marion coun- hard tussle for honors. <

ford, Nellie Gottlieb, Winnie Hunt Lu- ty hospital, none have representedmore Ocala has plenty of good material for 100 dozen Linen foil Selvedge Napkins 95c.

cile Standley, Leta Camp, Marguerite self denial than the donation by a fine ball team but the boys lack ,

Porter, Lydia McDougal. Carrie Pelot, Master Henry Blount of $%.25, his share practice And working together. 50 dozen Linen 3-4 Napkins $J.25.
,
of the money raised by the recent juvenile '
Alta
Pearson, Eula Durrance, Gertrude The score for yesterday's game was .
Lemon, Beth Liddell, Agnes Arnold and minstrel performance at the armory 15 to 6 in favor of Lake City, but we AH Linen Table Damask, 62 inch, 50c.
POWDER Donnie Durrance. and promptly and cheerfully hope to have a different story to tell

contributed by him to this most worthy as the result of this afternoon's game. All Linen Table Damask, 72 inch, 69c. r

cause. .
:
AT THE BAPTIST CHURCHA

Absolutely Pure .. Notes Mercerized Cotton Table Damask, 60 in.,24c. '. ;;.:'> .

very important business meetingwill FIREMEN AND Mannie Martin, Ocala's first base- "

be held at the Baptist church this CITIZENS ATTENTIONA man, goes into the game for all it is
,
HAS NO SUBSTITUTEOCALA evening. Every member of the churchis worth. Martin is one of the hardest WHITE

players on the team and one always GOODS .
requested to be present The hour of call is being circulated and has may

meeting is 7:30. and at the close of theprayer been signed by a great many propertyowners count on him for something good.
Peyser made a beautiful catch in "-
service the business session will
for a meeting of citizens at the

I be held. fire station Monday night, April 3, at I deep thereby renter cutting field off in a the couple fourth of runs.inning, tOO pc. Sheer India Linen. 30 inch, 6}{c. -'-.

OCCURRENCES The Elks held their annual meeting j:45 o'clock, to discuss the matter of ,
A report to the effect that Asher .
List night for the election of officers. State of Ohio, City of Toledo Lucas thoroughly reorganizing the volunteerfire Frank had tears swimming in his I00 pc. 33 inch, 9c. -
The attendance was large and enthusiastic department and to present a report eyesso

Vanilla ice cream at Taylor's. fully 43; members being present. County-ss. of the same to the city council through large that they should have worn tOO pc. 40 inch lOc. '
I I bathing suits has been strenuously denied ,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
The honors of office fell to the follow- the fire committee. There will be a

ing gentleman: S. T. Sistrunk exalted is senior partner of the firm of F. J. very interesting meeting. Everyone by the party of the first part. Asher 100 pc. 2-yd length English Longdoth '- -,
he lost his rabbit-foot '-t-'
Read Rheinauers advertisement.See says yesterday -
ruler esteemed who is interested is attend. "
; William Anderson, Cheney & Co. doing business in the urged to -
morning and that caused the Wa
leading knight; Stephen Jewett, esteemed 93c piece. '. ,
city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid terloo. "
silver shirtwaist seta at Bur- loyal knight; G. II. Ford, lec-
and that said firm will the POUND SALE Post Fine, the clever pitcher of Tam- 50 French Nainsook 12 .
pay
nett's. turing knight; D. S. Williams, secretary pc. yard :.
with the Lake showedthe
City boys,
pa
; F. L. Watson, treasurer; R. A. sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
There will be sold Thursday at high home team that he was still In the $1.75
Burford, trustee; E. J. Crook, inside piece.:1
for each and
every case of Catarrh noon at the city pound five head of cattle game. His "high ball is a great deceiver -
Unusually good bargains at Rheinaut'r's. guard. Mr. Freeman S. Osteen, a prosperous -
turpentine operator at Mican-! that cannot be cured by the use of and one hog. A word to the wiseis and many struck 1, 2, 3. and hit 5,000 yds. Lonsdale Bleaching, 4-4, 7c. :

Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. i! sufficient. the atmosphere in a vain attempt to
opy and A. B. Kibler of the firm of
'get busy."
Kibler Bros., at Dunnellon had their Sworn to before me and subscribedin
Frank Lytle came up from Stanton The work of Professor Cantrell on
antlers set and took a merry Journey MARRIED IN TAMPA
this 6th
day of
Decem-
my presence
today. third base was excellent. The professor
-
through the undergrowth. These )'oung"bucks" ber A. D. 1886 A. W. Gleason stopped several difficult grounders, tOO pcs. 8-inch Hamburg Edging, 9c.
had the time of their lives. A Mrs. Julia Wells Frink siste of Mr.
Souvenir Cards at the Fostoffice neat but deserving compliment was (Seal.) Notary Public G. Wake Wells of this city, and a former and many a man "died" on third as a 50 4-inch .
result of his work. Hamburg Edging 4c.
Drugstore.A tendered Mr. Edward Hiller, who, because Hall's Catarrh Cure !is taken inter- resident of Ocala, was married in pes. ,
Charlie Moore Into
of his moving to Birmingham- Tampa on March 7 to Mr. Arthur developed quite a
nally and acts the blood 25 6-inch
directly on and batsman yesterday. In the fourth inning pcs. Swiss Edging JOc.
cated the honored position of exalted blacker, a young business man of that ,
surfaces of the Send he hit the for
full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- ruler. He was made a life member of. mucous system. city, and is now residing at 1012 North sphere a threebagger. -
the lodge and it fell to the lot of TIe1. \'. for testimonials free. avenue. Charlie also played a good field.
dings and Co. I Williams, the catcher for the visitors 100 do*. Ladies White Sheer Hsn kerchiefs 49c. doz.
B. Warren to break the news, which I F J. Cheney & To., Toledo, O. per
is 14-karat diamond
he did in a most felicitous manner. It Sold by all druggists, 75 cents. Take 5 and 10 cent counter departmentnow flaw. His a fine work behind the without bat was a 50 doz. Ladles Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs, 95c. per doz.
official red-letter the
Sheriff Gordon is out of town on was a night with Ocala
business. Elks. ,_* H ll's Family Pills for constipation being opened up in the Ocala Ba- the subject of much favorable com-
zar Store-Gadson. ment. '
'I ; J
/ Porter, Lake City's shortstop, is never -
Pure fresh milk ana cream at the Charley Marshall, the plasterer, came
YOUhaVCCf You A;ill find at our fore, also at found asleep, and played a good
up from Crystal River today, where he W. P. EDWARDS
Fort King Dairy. I yesterday. :
ccurse had f4 finished plastering Mr. R. J Knight's the Ocala House stand, a full line of cigars game
Frank Harris made some beautiful
fine residence. lie also has the con- souvenirs and post cards. Our
I plays on third for the visitors. Frankis At the City Market
Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for tract for the Presbyterian manse, in 0
cards local and
Call
are very pretty. a coming professional.
stove wood. CHOCOLATE CM SODA process of construction. He says Crys-
your ) and see them. Ocala News Company. Harvey Hutchinson, the well known
II tal River is surely growing. Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and
Vegetables
DEUCIOt'S 1\ It ICE CREAM SODA traveling man and former baseball _

See the boomerangs at the Ocala player, was. a spectator at the game
) HOT CHOC UTE When bilious try a dose ot Chamber- Tom Mitchell, manager for the yesterday. in Season i
News Company's store. ;
At out ct their znzay stores and con lain's stomach and Liver Tablets and Belleview Mercantile Company, was Pratt Morris brought down the ,.

sidered rue best you ever drank realize for once how quickly a first among the callers today, as were D. A. crowd yesterday in making one of the '
Mr. Pearson, the golf artist, leaves Mitchell and his accomplished daughter prettiest catches in deep left ever seen City and Country Trade Solicited
class medicine will correct
up-to-date
tonight for New York. All Chocolate Drinks servedat I Miss Kate, who will leave In two Iin Ocala.

I the disorder. For sale by the Postoffice weeks for Birmingham to spend the The Game TodayAs Free Delivery
Phnne 121
fountain made with .
Willie Mock is recovering from a severe our are I Drugstore. summer. to
we go press the score for the "
attack of pneumonia. fe.fe? Chocolate and after game this afternoon is 9 to 3 in favor

Souvenir Cards at the PostotTlce EVERY THURSDAYMrs. of the visiting team.
T. J. Cone, the sawmill man of Raleigh their forma'!!' .
Drugstore.M. .
was in the city today. T. W. TROXLER Captain Cribbett came up from Lar- {
G. R. McKean has gone to Sara- !
today and went out to the Cotton IHARDWARETWe
go
Fishel the merchant !is sota to be present with her husband at
The vote for state senator will be Fruits, Confections, Cigars and To- making Plant section this afternoon.C. .
canvassed Friday morning. bacco quite a display of his "Holeproof" the bedside of Mr. McKean's father, ,
socks by a display on Gates' auto who is critically ill.
C. Curry of Standard was In town
transport, which is rigged out with
The Fert King Dairy la now the today, paying his taxes. He .
TuluU lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F., held flags and bunting to outline a yacht under I We carry the finest and most com remembered carry a full and complete line of :

leading dairy around town. the best attended business meeting In full sail. The body of the auto is plete line of soaps, perfumes and toilet the Star.

its history last night. Five new appli- decorated with signs telling of the vir- '

All colors In Crepe Tissue Paper, per cations were received for membership.The tue of the "Holeproof sock, which he articles in the city. Tydings and FOR SALE-The Marsh home, HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS

question whether Tulula lodge is selling. It attracted great attention. Co (Finch residence), three blocks from
roll, 9c. At the Ocala Bazar.
should invite the meeting of the grand
public one block from
lodge of the state to meet in Ocala in Mr. Troxler began serving ice cream square govern- Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of
ment building site full block of
a one
W. J. May, a prosperous trucker ol 1906, was duly considered and declinedfor this morning. This will be good news ;

Anthony, was in town today. the present, or at least until this to Mr. Troxler's many customers who acre of land; 10-room houfee, with I WIRE FENCING

lodge felt it could fittingly honor the have been importuning him for several bath; finished in curly pine and cedar;

Mrs. Frank Crawford of Montbrookwas grand lodge and confer credit on Ocala. David S.oodroROOM weeks to begin making his well known all modem conveniences. This property -
and delicious cream.Ocala. PHOSPHATE -
in the ;
city yesterday, shopping. will double in value In two years
At the Ocala Bazar you will find the I
Price, $3500. Your terms, !if taken
Frank Long, postmaster and merchant only exclusive 5 and 10 cent counters News Company ard Ocala own TURPENTINE

of Holder, was in town today. in Ocala. I House stand have the celebrated La quick. Ditton and Maloney, agents.Mr. .
I and MILL
Espuela cigar Grand Royal, MIlo Deyo I .

FOR RENT-Two cottages. Applyto I McIver and MacKay have Just open- I and other brands. Try them and you P. L. Durisoe, an excellent citi- .
of he Connor section, in town
:Mrs. R. D. Fuller, 95 South Third St. ed an elegant line of the very latest will be zen was
pleased. today and renewed his allegiance to Sash Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds
paterns in grips, valises and suit cases. 12 P. 0- BLOCK the Star. "

Taylor has a full line of Lowney'sbulk Mrs. G. T. Maughs has returned froma

candies. They are second to none. Mr. G. R. Troxler of Mississippi visit to friends !in Jacksonville, accompanied Souvenir Cards at the PuEtoffice This is the Tool

I tis I in the city, visiting his brother, by Mrs. W. M. Porter. Miss :alFUR
Mr. T. W. Troxler, and .family. He t Pauline Sullivan, who accompanied Drugstore.
Dr. B. P. Wilson, the excellent physician OCALA FLORIDA
likes Ocala. and may stay here. Mrs. Maughs to Jacksonville, will con- 4
of in
Reddick. was town today.
tinue her visit.Souvenir J. C. How ell, the liveryman and

On or about Thursday, Saturday, trucker of Sarasota, was in town today -
1
FOR SALE-Three fine mUch
cows. April 1, Gadson, the originator of 5 and Card at the Postoffice arranging to get box and crate Fall and Spring Crops

Inquire of B. II. Seymour, Ocala Fla. 10 cent counters in Ocala, will open up'a Drugstore.C. material for the truckers of his sec-

5 and 10 cent counter department in tion. "Jim" says the man who has not -

Over 1000 articles to retail at 5 and the Bazar Store REAL ESTATE seen Sarasota is not acquainted with

10 cents on our counters. The Ocala E. Taylor has taken to the road to the garden spot of the state. ""' '' We will fee pleased .

Bazar. V. S. Summers, a prosperous colored LOANSINVESTMENT bill his "Sunshine" Company. He went
farmer of Blitchton, was in town today down to Oxford today. The companywill Seeds of all kinds, fresh ant reliablefor to see you at al
:
Fort King Dairy Is Just one mile and showed his appreciation of the I tour the state.OPERA fall and wir.w planting, at Ty c- times. '
Star by a renewal. "'J"
_
SPliosFilate and Co.J.
from the court house on Fort King av- dings
I
enue. Just received, fresh candy at Taylor's. CO
HOUSE F. Dolan of Bangor, Me., a property MARION: HARDl1SLARB .
Sparrows Chocolates, Caramel .
I I owner at Fairfield, was in town ( -
:Mr. Staten the turpentine operator Beauties, Marshmallows and Alakuma.Mr. today with W. A. Yongue, a merchantof SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacDUFF. ,

i of Dunnellon, was up today to see his \ Reddick. Mr. Dolan has spent the 1u
Saturday night April I _______
family. winter Fairfield and will return
L Laildsa at
Edward Hiller and family will ll lla "
home month.
leave Sunday for Birmingham Ala., I next HATS OFF
Why pay more than 60 cents per where they will make their future THErORLD'S FAMOUS

pond for the best candleliT See Tay- home. FOR RENT-The Newberger

lor's line. BLACK PATTITROOBADOORS! residence, occupied by J. Starr Stern- to the superb line of vehicles now on

The Ocala Wood Yard supplies wood berger in the third ward, corner of
I a Specialty display in our salesrooms! Everythingthat
In any length. Phone 32. South Third and Pine streets; an eightor
Mr. Haines of Belleview was in the modern ingenuity has devised for -
in deed nine room house; hot and cold baths,
city today, investing tax prop-
erty. If you want cnlna or crockery of any electric lights, all modern conveniencesand comfort for style, for beauty, goes into 1

kind see us at once, as we have Just elegantly finished. For terms and these carriages, stanhopes, surreys, "

The Fort King Dairy will deliver received one of the biggest jobs in this All new features. particulars address the Blount Real runabou.s; drays, names sand lap r -l/

milk or cream to any part of the city ware ever shown in Ocala. Mclver I have the following properties in Estate Company. robes. Manufacturers have things _

before breakfast & MacKay.S. Ocala and vicinity for sale: REFINED down so fine these days that prices are

40 DANCERS ShERS 40 Manager Port Leavengood of the away down. May we show you the lat- jjp /

Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Thomas G. COMEDIANS Banner has gone to Jacksonville to interest est?
H. Brown of Leroy and M. D. Wilcox 2. Two-story house on South Orange ,
Bright entertained a number of her the trade of that city In Ocalapublicity.
of Early Bird were the guests today street belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin BLACK PATTIMme. .
friends at a golf tea. S. A. SfANDLEY & CO.
at the Montezuma of "Sunny Jim'Robinson and next door to residence of D. S.
the Hub shoe man. ( .Sissieretta Jones)
Pumps for irrigating plants complete. Woodrow. The Times-Union has secured the --
The greatest singer of her race.
S. Freeland, society -
services of Miss
Write or call on us for prices. Marion The Fort King Dairy eells nothingbut Hear Black Patti sing-Sawanee River:' editor of the Metropolis, and Mrs.
Hardware Company. 3. All of block 22, Caldwell's addi- I ;- :
pure milk and cream. Bowan Daniels takes Miss Freeland'splace
tion to Ocala (one acre) beir.g the on the Metropolis.Mr. .

On our 5 and 10 cent counters we Mr. Will D. Mathews and wife, property immediately north of Mr. J. JOHN ROCKER

sacrifice profit to give genuine bar- splendid people of the Flemington section R. Moorhead's home. Andrew J. Turner. who was an

gains. The Ocala Bazar. were in town today, as was Jack inmate of the hospital has sufficiently
McCully of Berlin. "The Alabama Blossom" recovered to return to his home at Lake /K
5. The Lewis Plater workshop on
Mr. C. A. Tremere of the Belleview ._ I Sixteen.
South Second street
Trading Company, was in the city today Souvenir Cards ax tne Postoffice Funniest Colored Man --
and renewed for the Star. Rev. H. W. Little returned home yes-
i Drugstore. 7: The Rogers place on the south- Alive terday: after a week pleasantly spent in

J A new line of ladies' purses, chatelaine west edge of town, consisting of two- I Presenting the Merry Musical Farce Lake City, with the State Press and h r
Marcus Frank will go to Palm Beach at the University; before which bodieshe
bags and 'ketbooks-original
/ story house and 80 acres of land.
price. H-now 49 cents each. Tne Boston and few Miami Monday to recuperate for a "LOONEY DREAMLAND" spoke most entertainingly. He is

Store. days a great favorite in Lake City.

I ICauutee.t I 8. The Wade Hoard property, consisting 20 and 20

Watches for ladies and gentlemen, of small house and lot, due We have just opined up and have on
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from $1.50 to J70 each. A big line to up..r. i 1' 1 I I A ti I south of D. E. Mclver's residence. Smartest and Swellest Variety, display; one of the handsomest lines of -,. '
la rot
select from. A. E. Burnett, the Jew. fill t r lJ e .Six Mo.Black. I :Minstrel and Operatic Specialtiesever rugs and art squares ever shown in the
9. 2i acres of land on S. 10th St. this-the Greatest
tier and produced by Mclver & MacKay.
WatchmakerAfter
.Taa tad i city.
light dark Peart. I .
M. Meffert \
adjoining of J.
NarjBlue.uvJBla.Jt. legs with whnefcrt. I property ; Colored Show on Earth.
Fast: coos Siiaftoii- Two er+des: suitable for subdividing into lots; Just received a carload of Old Hickory Wagons the best on the market
(I)Memo a pleasant winter's visit In the te Us of 4 pain for f...... A six moathirjannicc \ known as the Gamble place. Giles' woodyard has the largest supply for the least money. Also a full line of General Hardware. Give ua. a, call
city, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G, ticket with efeb pur. (0)) CoOoo.SoJd wood In the
Bright .
and
Prices and cents. of stove fireplace and the win do the restT.
sii" price
air to lull rf six pun for ii 50. A So is Inspect the goods
and their guests will Mrs.leave Nurney tomorrow and lit- I QAIba eualaota b kdrhkcxlpslt. Forsalcby 10. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona St, Tickets on sale at Ocala News town. Three wagons running. Prompt
tle for
their daughter nomeJn Toronto, Canada. M. FISHEL. next door to residence of R. O. Blake. Company. delivery and large loads W. SMITH & CO, Hardware Dealers Ocala, Fla

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