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

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Yesterday afternoon Mrs. C. L. Gams- Over two hundred members of the A. H. MARSH, Assistant Manager.

Vanilla Ice cream at Taylor's. by was the hostess of a very pleasant Baptist church attended prayer meet-
entertainment, in compliment to the ing last night. After the services a

Married Ladies' Whist Club. In addition business session was called and a
See silver shirtwaist nets at Bur I I to the members of the club the unanimous call was extended to Dr. THE COMMERCIAL BANK

nett's.MENNEN'S. following were present; Misses Hattie Great SaleThursday C. C Carroll a brilliant minister of _

F Dye, Esther Weathers, and Mrs. Geo. F. Embroidery Waco. Texas.FIREMEN OCALA, FLA. t

Dittmer of Holder and Mrs. Lincoln -
TALCUM POWDER Hunter of Canada. The club prize a AND (Branch Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.)
beautiful hand-painted plate, was cap- CITIZENS ATTENTIONA
Capital, $100,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED
tured by Miss Minnie Gamsby and the

visitors' prize, a pretty stickpin, was and Friday, March 30th and 31st, call is being circulated and has
Cards at the Fostof Ice
awarded to Mrs. Dittmer. been signed by a great many property We are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any _
Drugstore. And 3rd at .
Monday, April owners for a meeting of citizens at the sistent With Safe Banking.

MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER fire station Monday night April 3, at

E. L. Hulme of Savannnah is at the 12C. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT 7:45: o'clock to discuss the matter of COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US .

Montezuma. THE VARIETY STORE thoroughly reorganizing the volunteerfire
I department and to present a reportof Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Safety Deposit

y 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS THE DANCE LAST NIGHT the same to the city council through :

f !4c. NEXT MONDAYAT the fire committee. There will be avery '

THE VARIETY STORE Last evening the Ocala boys and Mr. Ten Thousand ((10,000)) yards of Cambric interesting meeting. Everyonewho i iI I
l Troy Hall who is attending the UnI- is interested is urged to attend.

-. C. R. Dobson of Boston is at the versity of Florida, gave a delightful Informal Nainsook and Swiss Edging aud Inserting; handsomeand W. P. EDWARDS _
dance to the baseball
Ocala House. .
I. team. About twenty-five couples participated arrived. UNPRECEDENTED .
new designs just At the City Market
y. in the mazy whirl, which last- who can play a band instrumentor
V. Gold pens and fountain pens at A. E.Burnett' ed until a late hour. Splendid musicfor VALUES. Come and see for yourself. who wish to learn to do so are ear-

.. the occasion was furnished by Mr. nestly requested to be at the band Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and e .;

Leon Fishei.12QUART I room, third floor, over CommercialBank

50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON I I at 8 o'clock Friday evening. in Season ?4,

THE ftl STORE Otto Grothe. Jr.. of this city, who City i and Country Trade .
Washington, March 30.-Showers tonight -
-- i has been spending several days in
full line of cigars and tobaeco. Ty- cooler in north and central portions Finding health is like finding moneyso
5liss CorneUjL Wicker of Coleman W Jacksonville on business, returned to
dings and Co. [visiting her/co sins, Misses Florence ; Friday, fair. I Ocala yesterday. While in the metropolis think those who are sick. When Free Delivery ,. :,

md Margarej WJNiers. on South Third I Mr. Grothe enlisted in the coast ycu have a cough cold, sore throat or !

Mr. J. L. LeFils of Jacksonville is itreet. /If you want cnlna or crockery of any :artillery of the United States army, and chest irritation; better act promptly, :1

at the Montezuma. kind see us at -nce, as we have just in a short while will enter upon his du- like W. C. Barber of Sandy Level Va.lie ;- :
ties. It is probable that Mr. Grothe
IIoUS try a dose of Chamber received one of the biggest jobs in this will be ordered to the Presido bar- says: "I had a terrible chest trouble HATS OFF

HENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and ware ever shown in Ocala. McIver racks in caused
1'hc. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT San Francisco. by smoke and coal dust on my

THE VARIETY STORE realize for once how quickly a first & MacKay. lungs; but after finding no relief in to the superb line of vehicles now on r

class up-to-date medicine will correct EVERY THURSDAYAlbert other remedies, I was cured by Dr.
display in our salesrooms! Everythingthat
Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for .disorder. Fur sale by the Postoffice MENKEN'S TALCUM POWDER King New Discovery for Consumption -

your stove wood. iI i iI I I Drugstore. 12%c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT Miller is traveling Florida territory Coughs and Colds: Greatest sale modern ingenuity has devised for

I I THE VARIETY STORE for the manufacturers of Sim- of any cough or lung medicine In the comfort for style, for beauty, goes into '

See the boomerangs at the Ocala I &0 YAm>3 OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn mon's Liver Regulator. world. At the Anti-Monopoly Drug- these carriages, stanhopes, surreys,

News Company's store. I ANY COLOR for 2ScM Next Major T. C. Hall and family and store: Eoc. and $]; guaranteed. Trial runabou.s, drays, barnes sand lap

MONDAY AT TUB VARIETY STORE niece, Miss McDougal, left today for Souvenir Cards at the Poctofflce bottle t free.Sidney robes. Manufacturers:: have things 1 -

12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS Gainesville, Ga., where Mrs. Hall will Drugstore. down so fine these days that prices areaway
24c. NEXT MONDAYAT After a pleasant visit in Ocala as spend the summer and place the girlsin
Pons down. May we show the lat
a clever commercial you
the guests of Mrs. J. W. Kea. Misses Brenau College.MENNEN'c .
man of Jacksonville, is at the Ocala est'
Reed and Walkup left yesterday for 12'hc. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT House.
their home in McIntosh.
P. V. Leavengood returned from TALCUM POWDER THE VARIETY STORE S. A.
Jacksonville last night. 12Hc. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT FOR SALE-The Marsh home.
You viH find at our store, also at
THE VARIETY STOREOn Pumps for irrigating plants complete. (Finch residence), three blocks from
the Ocala House stand a full line of cigars -
The Ocala Wood Yard supplies woodIn
Write or call on us for prices. Marlon block
public one from
length. Phone 32. souvenirs and post cards. Our 5 and 10 cent counters
any our we
Hardware Company.
ment building site full block of
cards are l cal and very pretty. Call sacrifice profit to give genuine bar- ; a one PATRONIZE YOUR ROME 1
gains. Th. Ocala Bazar. acre of land; 10-room h I and see them. Ocala News Company.
I The Ocala Pressing Club was robbed
bath; finished in curly pine and cedar;
ANY COLOR for 29c., Next last night. Entrance was gained by _
MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STOREMr. l 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS I all modern conveniences. This prop-
MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER the rear window. The thief stole four AND BUY THE

i 12c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT I 2ic. NEXT MONDAYAT pairs of pants and a coat, unlocked I erty will double in value in two years.

R. E. Jaldwin of Indian Springs.Ga. I THE VARIETY STORE THE VARIETY STORE the rear door made his exit, locked the Price, $3500. Your own terms, if taken

., is at the Ocala House. door and took the key with him. quick. Ditton and Maloney, agents.Mr. .
I Ii
Judge E. E. Haskell of Palatka left I The Ladies' Aid Society will hold its
i monthly meeting Monday afternoon at i McIver and MacKay have just open
for home today, after having spent
Willie Mock is fi .
recovering cm a severe Arthur S. Harris, a clever sales- HARU
attack of pneumonia. several days in the city on legal bus- 3:30 at the Presbyterian church. ed an elegant line of the very latest man of Savannah, is at the Ocala MAPIANQ

iness. I paterns in grips, valises and suit cases. House.

5 and 10 cent counter departmentnow
I We the finest and most complete being opened in the Ocala Ba-
1y'l'. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT carry up MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER Seeds of all kinds fresh anf reliablefor

THE VARIETY STORE I line of soaps perfumes and toilet zar Store-Gadson. 12VsC. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT fall and winter planting, at Ty-
I articles In the city. Tydings and
I ding's and Co.
Our stock of bia.iK toooks, stationery, THE VARIETY STORE
M. L. McKearn of Atlanta is a late Co
arrival at the Ocala: House. stationers' supplies is complete Call I
I Messrs. G. M. Hulme and J. P. Herki-
12-Q'UART I on us. Ocala News Co. GutrtnteedIttiiut 'I
ENAMF I.ID: DISH PANS mer of Jacksonville are at the Ocala
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder of Dun- l ii l
24c. NEXT MONDAYAT p0 tri Hole i for House
nellon are at the Ocala House. THE VARIETY STORE I Mrs. Frank Drake entertained a al Six MOo
II I number of her friends yesterday after- II I Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice .
12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS I in the woods I Black.Tan(light and dark). Pearl, I SEYMOUR."r
noon beyond Oak Hurst. ,
I Several young Ocala ladies wore the I. Navy Blue.and Black; Iris with white feet. Dru
%4c. NEXT MONDAYAT Fast colors. Sizes 9 to 13. Two endes:
I University of Florida colors, blue and I (i)Menno(medium or heavy). Sold only I
THE VARIETY STORE 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS24c. in lots at 4 pain for Jjjjo. A six muothsQuinuare I, i
yellow, yesterday, and a number of automobiles i
ticket with each pair. (i) Cottononly -
I and carriages were decorated NEXT MONDAYAT ovId In lots of six pairs f.* Ji 50. A sixLuIthseuarmteetkkets I J. B. Pound and D. N. Lawrence of TERMS TO SUIT THE

Geo. M. Yeatman of Cincinnati is a with them. This was a pretty compliment I THE VARIETY STOREOn thea.hpau. twaicby I II I Jacksonville are guests of the Monte- '

late arrival at the Montezuma. I to the visitors. M. FISHEL.Miss zuma.
I about Thursday, Saturday, I :
C. R. Layman and W. E. Gillett of ard Ocala or 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn We prepared to do
Ocala News Company are now
Jacksonville at the Montezuma. April 1, Gadson, the originator of 5 and Elizabeth Mundy of
I House stand hav the celebrated La :' 10 cent counters in Ocala will open up! Ky., who spent a month at Dam'ille'l ANY COLOR for 211$><::., Next :

I' a 5 and 10 cent counter department in and St. MONDAY AT THE VARIETY: STORE short notice.
CO YARDS OF. SILK BABY RIBBON Espuela cigar, Grand Royal, Milo Deyo zuma and then went to Tampa repairing on
the Bazar Store. the
In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next I and other brands. Try them and you Petersburg returned yesterday
MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE Montezuma for a further stay. She Miss Jessie Owens, the business wo-
will be pleased.
I likes Ocala. man of Sparr was in the city today,

attending to her taxes.
W. F. Buchanan of Charleston, S. C,. 1 OCALA MUSIC COJust
is a late arrival at the Ocala House. 1I Souvenir Cards at
ANY COLOR for 29c., Next I Drugstore.Miss Wood, green ur dry, pine, r.r.K or mix-

Taylor has a full line of Lowney'sbulk MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STOREMr. illavi I II I S1ooro ed.Yard.50c. and $1 per load. .Ocala Wood 1

candies. They are second to none. T. J. Owen is building a nice I* A. Clark, a very pleasant

five or six: room house on the north young lady, is spending some time at

MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER end of his handsome lot, on Magnolia the Ocala House. Mrs. Elizabeth Monday of Danville,
Ky., is an attractive visitor at the Mon- ,
12fcc. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT street. tezuma.

Watches for ladles and gentlemen, 12c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT
Handsome, hlgn roller top office
D. L. Williams, of Portsmouth, from $1.50 to $70 each. A big line to THE VARIETY STORE
ROMOCALA ZP0.6l0CK desks, all of the latest improvementsand
0., is a late arrival at the Ocala House. select from. A. E. Burnett, the Jew- ,
-- finest finish 4H and 5 feet in
eler and Watchmaker S. J. Leppman of New York is spend-
J. A. Enslow, the National Biscuit ing some time in the city a guest of width, and from $25 to $30 each. Just

Company's man, is at the Montezuma. the Ocala Housse.J. received by the Ocala Furniture Com-
12'hc. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT pany.
THE VARIETY STORE M. Thomas of a -------
__ ___ prominent Floridian at the Montezuma Messrs. G. J. Proctor and Charles
for a brief stay. Lucius, thrifty farmers of the Levon
W. P. Johnson of Asheville an own-
in Citrus I section, were in the city yesterday,
er of fine phosphate property
The laundry building of Messrs. RIBBON'In
50 YARDS OF SILK BABY paying their taxes.
county, arrived in the city yesterday!
Whaley and Winer is nearing comple- REAL ESTATE ANY COLOR for 29c., Next .
tion. and is pleasantly located at the Ocala

shop of the late W. M. Sher-
LOANS wagon
Over 1000 articles to retail at 5 and Mr. J. F. Bixby, a prominent man-
10 cents on our counters. The Ocala We have just opened: up and have on ufacturer of Pittsburg. is at the Ocala ouse, at Reddick, is for sale. This is

Bazar. of the handsomest lines of received carload of Old Hickory Wagons, the best on
display one I INVESTMENTS House for a brief visit. one of the best stands for a shop in a

rugs and art squares ever shown In the the state for the right maan. He can for the least money. Also a full line of General Hardware. Give ;

50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn city McIver & MacKay. FOR RENT-The flax Newbereer get all the work he can do, at fair pric- Inspect the goods and the price will do the rest.
ANY COLOR for 29c.. Next i
residence, occupied by J. Starr Stern- es. Address W. H. Sherouse, ReddIck
12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS berger in the third ward, corner of Fla.

Superintendent H. A. Ford, with his 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT South Third and Pine streets; an eightor

private car was in the city today. ...... THE VARIETY STORE \\Ph I hat Lads nine room house: hot and cold baths, 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS J-

electric lights, all modern conveniencesand 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT
/ Ben Todd was pkiying ball too strenuously THE VARIETY STOREDr. DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBANDOr
Why pay more than 60 cents per, yesterday it hoot and sprained elegantly finished. For terms and

potnd for the best candled See Taylor's -! his ankle. W.> ope for him an particulars address the Blount Real
line.MENNEN'S. arty Newsom reports Professor Lyle Father or
j Estate Company.Mr. with his broken
getting along
...,-- -- a Specialty leg.

TALCUM POWDER Giles woodyard has the largest sup- II. G. Hurton of Spruce. Md., is --- If so let us show you how to cure them of the terrible

12jc. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT ply of stove and fireplace wood in the at the Montezuma and will spend several I APPLETINE never fails to cure, and the beauty of this is, that
knows how he stopped the drink habit Trial treatment
THE VARIETY STOREMr. town. Three running. Prompt never
wagons weeks in the city.
sent postpaid on receipt of 25c. Full treatment, $3. All
delivery and large loads MoKEAN LUMBER Co I I fidentiaL
J. D. Robertson went to Fruit- 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS I

land Park today. :k NEXT MONDAYAT GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 1083 Gates Avenue, II-
I 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn I have the following properties in I
I r ANY COLOR for 29e.. Next Ocala and vicinity for sale: OCALA, FLA
(i Gainesville was represented at the BAND PRACTICEAll The prayer meeting you

S. Kells one of the best known 2. Two-story house on South Orange Ocala House yesterday by Messrs. A. R. Telephone No. 125.) who are interested in the band ed last night at the

l' Children'sWash orange growers around Citra is in town street, belonging to Mrs. Annie Martim Harper and B. H. Chase. or who can play or wish to learn to and Presbyterian

today. He hails from Fort Myers, and next door to residence of D. S. play any kind of a band instrument, ter Rev. G. W. Painter,

I where he has a splendid grove. As an Woodrow. Mr. H. P. Johnson of Ashev'lle. N. C. Ceiling, Flooring and Siding, are urged to be at the band room over Japan, gave an interesting .
Suits orange grower Mr. K. is a success. is spending several days in the city, a the Commercial Bank, at 7:30 o'clock country.

guest of the Ocala House. Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber Friday night.
3. All of block 22, Caldwell's addi- .1
Souvenir Card' at the Postoftice I f 50 YARDS OF SILK
tion to Ocala (one acre) being the 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON the Postoffice
Drugstore.MEXNEN'S. i Every Size and Quality.A Souvenir Cards St In ANY COLOR for %
property immediately north of Mr. J. In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next
IN ALL SERVICEABLE i TALCUM POWDER R. Moorhead's home. Large Stock of Shingles.New .

12Hc. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT C. Mills of Monticello is a busi- Frank L. Hall of New York
FABRICSat THE VARIETY STOREMr. 5. The Lewis Plater workshop on ness visitor in the city today. He is Machinery. who has been the guest of Col. O. T. FOR.
few days, left for
for the past
South Second street registered at the Montezuma. One hundred and
Ed L. Wart mann, memberelectof his home today.12QUART .
I Lath, Brick and Building. building lots for sale,
the legislature from Citra, was in 7: The Rogers place on the south- 50; YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn -
the city today as was Mr. J. W. Crosby rion Heights, just one
from west edge of town, consisting of two- ANY COLOR for 29c., Next ENAMELED DISH 'ANS
of Citra. Mr. Wartmann leaves MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STOREMr. Undersold by No One. 24c. NEXT MONDAY of court house. The
Sunday for Tallahassee to be presentand story house and 80 acres of land. AT THE VARIETY STOREMr. passes through the !

take his seat,at' h cpnvening of W. A. Murphy of Fairfield and Methods Up to Date. acres of good pine land, ,/:.
the legislature. Mr. Wkrtmann taas several -
8. The Wade Hoard property, consisting his friend Mr. M. P. Scarborough of
$2,50 good measures to introduce or the and Mrs. B. T. Perdue will prob- miles north of court
49 CENTS TO of small house and lot due Jacksonville are guests of the Ocala
good of the state and his county in I Business Growing Rapidly. ably occupy Major T. C. Hall's residence cut up into small farms to .
House. :
of D. E. Mclver's residence.
particular. south this summer. chaser. This property it -
Customer Pleased. -
-" 9. 2H? acres of land on S. 10th St. Sol Benjamin. formerly a successful I Kendrick and Anthony ;-
Just-reeeivedwtreab.candy at Taylor's. I of J. M. :Meftert merchant and large land owner of this Dr. and Mrs. Otto Grothe and son is especially adapted to : ... _
adjoining property ;
a Sparrows Chocolates. Caramel city now an Atlanta business man. is Rushed with Orders. left last night for New York where and -1 -.
suitable for subdividing Into lots; a month with relatives peaches, grapes
will spend
Beauties, Marshmallows and Alakuma a guest of the Montezuma. they
known aa the Gamble place. after which Mrs. Grothe and child will taloupes and

50 YARDS 01SILK BABY RIBBON Come to Us Before Buying. go to Europe for a several months' and terms apply to
12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS lot Wenona St. will return to Ocala I
10. 70x140 foot on visit Dr. Grothe B. H.
Store In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next
The Boston 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT l
THE VARIETY STORE next door to residence of R. G. Blake. MONDAY THE VARIETY STORE Orders Solicited. about the first of May.

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Volume JO, Number 247. OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, J905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year -



Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows Will Fin The largest assortment of !I One Hundred and Fifty Indiana SchoolChildren OUR BEST EFFORTS

ish Half a Century of Meetings in I Who Are Touring the South. .
rveth Lot of Fancy Crackers, Also Na- -
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biscos This State at Gainesville Next Month I Will Visit Florida Next Week

:(J There Is every indication that the STRAW HATSEver I There are en route to Jacksonville Are put forth, to the end that _. .. :

t A. B. Snaps in Barrels next annual meeting of the Grand I Iuo school children from Indianapolis, :

Lodge of Odd Fellows will be the most who are touring the South. They will be :.
r I I every patron may L
largely attended in the history of that reach: here on Sunday or Monday from -
Butter Thins and One-Pound Packages order in Florida, not only because there]I Savannah in charge of :Mr. Edgar T.

I Cracker Meal are more lodges, and therefore, more |j I Forsyth, of the Shortridge High School, properly 1 cared f for. :

grand representatives, but because it j brought to Ocala, and our pricesare I and Mr. Robert Hall of the Manual ':.s
is the fiftieth annual meeting, the first I 'Training High SchooL Others will ac-
Maple Syrup in Quart Bottles, One- semi-centennial anniversary. I right. Come and make a selection (|company the children. They will leave );

Half and Gallon TinsHire' At Gainesville, where the Grand! Indianapolis Friday next at 3 p. m., in MUNRQE & GHAMBLISS BANKERS. ,

Lodge will meet Tuesday April 18, I' while the stock is unbroken. a special train of Pullman sleepers, ,
there will be a splendid reception and passing through Cincinnati, Knoxville,
Ginger Ale and Root Beer for
an elaborate entertainment of the vis- Asheville, Columbia and Savannah. The OCA A FLA.
Family Use itors. The annual meeting of the grand train will stop here only fifteen min- ,

encampment will be held the day pre- utes, proceeding on to St. Augustine.
vious to the convening of the grand hut will return here the following day -

AT THE lodge, which will be Monday, April 17. -Tuesday or Wednesday-leaving the
It will afford the occasion and op1orlunity W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO. next day en route home via Tallahassee -

for many Odd Fellows to and Pensacola. _
TEAPOT GROCERY visit the Odd Fellows' sanitarium, This trip of :2SOO miles is an interesting -
which is located at Gainesville, and one, and will be made by these EDWARDS BROTHERSAT
which home for aged Odd Fellows has THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. Indianapolis people at the rate of

been in operation there for the past ten $43.50 per capita. The sleepers will be

WEIFIF For years. used on the outward trip from Indianapolis THE CITY MARKET
One of the features this year at the to Knoxville. and returning from

WATCHESAnd session of the Grand Lodge will be the CREAMERY BUTTER MENNEN'S Chattanooga to Indianapolis. The rate
presence of the Rebekahs. It is expected I 12!2c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT includes almost every expense, such as Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis
that the Hebekah team of Pensacolawill 25 CENTS A POUND meals and lodging in all places at the
REPAIRSGO go through the Hebekah work for I best hotels.-Jacksonville Metropolis.

the Instruction:: of the visiting delegates.The The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con- I
team from Pt-nsacola is said to be I
doing the best team work of any is the stantly on hand, receiving a fresh sup- ATTACKED BY A WICB WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS'
state. ply every two days, delicious, pure, Our business is offered for sale. We and beaten. in a labor riot, until cover

The grand master of the Grand Georgia creamery butter 25 cents per CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES SEASON
Jeweler.UNDERTAKERS. sell the entire business at a big ed with sOles, a Chicago street car con-
Lodge is Thomas W. Ralph of Palatka
and St. Augustine. Other membersare pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. bargain, or if not sold in this way, the ductor applied Bucklen's ArnIcal Salve,
: A. C. Binkley of Pensacola. dep- stock will be sold out at cost. The mil- and was soon sound and well. "I use it

uty grand master; C. C. Rinehart of 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS I linery stock is new and seasonable in my family," writes G. J. Welch of
Jacksonville and T. C. Watson of Pen-
24c. NEXT MONDAYAT and is all salable, desirable goods. The Tekonsha, Mich., "and find it perfect.
sacola, grand representatives; L.
_ -AND- Lester of Tampa, grand warden; A. J'I THE VARIETY STORE I business will pay good returns on the" Simply great for cuts and burns. Only

Cushman of Gainesville, grand investment to anyone who will give it I 25c at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore

tary; Geo. L. Branning of West Palm TEX BOB their personal attention, which we are -------

ii EnlBALMERSWe Beach. grand treasurer.JacksonvilleSun. LA ESPUELA CIGARSPURE unable to do. SO YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn BL UNT RBAL B TATH



Made by the FamousLA
All work entrusted to our Engaged people should rememberthat 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT CAPITAL, 50000.
I -
after marriage, many quarrelscan REGINA CIGAR COMPANYOF THE VARIETY STORE Ocala Florida.
care will receive prompt and Van Derven Cottage Burned-'appy. ,
I .
be avoided by keeping their diges- -
skilled attention. All em- TAMPAA NASHVILLE RANGESThe Result of a Sparking Expedition .
tion in hood condition with Electric I

balming fully guaranteed. A Bitters. S. A. Brown of Bennettsville Full Stock of All Theii Brands end Ocala Furniture Company has I The Van Derven cottage, southeastof LARGE TRACTS OFTIMBER
just received a new shipment ot those Oak and east of Spring Park, was
S. C., : "For wife suffered
splendid stock of Caskets and says years my Grades Carried destroyed by fire Tuesday of this week.

Burial Robes carried at all intensely from dyspepsia, complicated popular Nashville ranges, in two sizes. Nothing was saved but a few trunks. ,

with a torpid lived until she lost her NONE BETTER AND FEW AS GOOD I They are the best and cheapest range The rabbits have been doing great FARM and

times. strength and vigor, and became a mere ever seen in Ocala. damage to the melon fields in this vi-

wreck of her former self. Then she All of the Latest -- cinity.Mr. PHOSPHATE
Hullum Jones is now sellingi .
tried Electric Bitters, which helped her MAGAZINES AND PAPERS 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn i strawberries.I .
I ANY COLOR for 29c., Next .
at once, and finally made her entirely I I Mr. A. L. Parish made a flying trip
Phone No. 10. Night: phone No. 94.W. well. She is now strong and healthy." I I I to Georgia last \\eek. He said he was
I going to attend a lawsuit at Sparks. A Specialty.We .,
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore sells and Ocala House Stand.
Cigar EVERY THURSDAYI He evidently went sparking, and if nota -
I guarantees! them at 50c a bottle.MENKEN'S lawsuit, his business was connectedwith
C. BULLContractor OCALA NEWS CO., Proprietors. I,I I I the court in some way, for he returned will give special attention to

II TALCUM POWDER Monday with a bride. He mar-
TALCUM POWDER 12c. A BOX NEXT MONDAY ried a young lady of Adell, Ga.
and 12M-C. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT PIANO TUNINGThe I AT THE VARIETY STORE Talk about improved farming ma- will look after and supply their wants.

Builder THE VARIETY STORE Ocala Music Company have ex- chinery! One man in our neighborhoodhas On our lists are many large and valuable tracts of Tiinbe
,.. I CIRCULATING LIBRARYWe a walking planter and fertilizer
perienced men in their employ who will distributor and a riding cultivator. He Lands for Turpentine ana Mill locations.

Quick and Careful Estimates Made OXFORD tune your piano Right, and put it in have in our Circulating Library fastened the two together and made a TOWN PROPERTY also for sale; or lease.

Box 64, Ocala. FlaJ. first class condition in every respect, I about 60 volumes of the late and popular I riding planter, and planted his corn in Our facilities for handling Real Estate are very superior.

_ Oxford Literary Society Will Give a making any repairs that may be need- novels, that we are renting out at I grand style. The Hatchet I Ccrrespondence solicited.

Primary Law ExpositionWe ed. Their work is all guaranteed fully. I 25c. per volume. Ocala Ncvs Company.
I. McNealy can hardly help rejoicing over the Patronize your home merchants. I 1 ,

beautiful spring weather and the good 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS AND CHICAGO -

.season we have had on the crops so far 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT I
Office No. Ft. Ave. MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER Pres. A. P. STUCKY Vice-Pres.
12 King this year. Everybody is happy. THE VARIETY STORE During November and December B. W. BLOUNT, ,
The people of Oxford were most too 12yc. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT I, 1903. one-fifth of the death in New F. K. NELSON, Sec. and Treas.
Postoffice Box 682
busy to come out and vote last Tuesday Seed time is here. Our seeds have York and Chicago were from pneumonia. R S. Hall, T. C. Hall, E. P. Thagard, J. D. Robertson, J.: N.

deed., so We the don't election know was of a but quiet one one man In- WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! the reputation for being the best on I Foley's Honey and Tar not only Tiller, L. Home, Edwm Brobston, J I. L. Young, C. Downing,

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER that voted for lIon. C. M. Brown, and Order it now. .Sue and $1 per load. I the market Tydings & Co. I stops the cough but heals and strengtheis Wm. Hocker and L. W. Duval.

he had to break the democratic primary Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32. I the lungs and prevents pneumonia, Office in Ocala House.Millinerg .
election rule of the nomineeto
supporting 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON so do not take chances on a cold wear-

Cabinet Work a SpecialtyCareful do that. In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next ing away when Foley's Honey and Tar .____ __ -_ ,_... __ __ ._ ___.__ _.'__. ._.___ ._.__. __0_._ ___. _,_ ____.. -__ ,'._. _..:_- s
We Oxford people are still on gaining 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS I MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE I I -
Attention Given to NonResident ground. We still hear talk of build 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT will cure you quickly and prevent serious -
ing. The lumber for II. L. Snowden's THE VARIETY STORE I results. Sold by the Postoffice
Properties. See our immense line of picture I II
dwelling Is expected at an early date. Drugstore.
We understand that there will be a I frames and mouldings. An endless variety I
Many items on our 5 cent counter
big packing house erected here in the that sell regularly at other places for I of design, size and finish, and I Announcement !!
near future; also there Is talk of another MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER
Painting and Paperhanging 10 cents, and many items on our 10 I price. We frame any picture In price,
business house being erected on II 12'/ic. A BOX NEXT :MONDAYAT
cent counter that sell regularly at other -
accordin ideas Mclver &
of the vacant lots In the heart of I gto your THE VARIETY STORE
We do all kinds of Painting, Paperhanging one town. places for 20 and 25 cents. Come MacKay. I I will se'l l out my entire stock ot fine Millinery during the next
and for .The Ocala Bazar.
see yourself.
and Upholstering.Let The good roads fever is spreading i EAST OF THE OKLAWAHARev. thirty days, or open for business the most elegant line of
and we are glad to note that the farmers I
bid work. west of Oxford have joined forces I Crumpton delivered an interesting -
us on your Every job
ANY COLOR for 29c., Next 12&c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT Paris For Easterever
and pint-straw about three miles schoolhouse Importations
put Mound
on | sermon at Indian
guaranteed to be first class. MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE THE VARIETY STORE I.
I of the public road going west. This I last Saturday night, and also
work was accomplished in about two i filled his regular appointment at Okla-
KNIGHT & GILLETT, days and the improvement can hardlybe BELLEVIEWThe i waha Bridge. His sermons are appre- seen in the South. Style perfect; prices the lowest, and shall

Next to Chinese Laundry. estimated.It friends of :Mr. Cecil Bryant gave i 1 elated very much in this community. continue to offer my business for sale thereafter. But I must sell

seems that a free delivery of mail 1 him a surprise party on Tuesday even- i WHY Messrs. Houston and Carter passed hats for Easier if I am still in the bU !ness. I want to sell out, but

has been started, and we understandthat ing. A very pleasant time was enjoy1 [ \ through this community last Wednes- will sell hats instead, if I can't help it, and will sell them
OCALAV\ WORKS "Aunt" Bettie Tanner has had a 1' Mr. Bryant is home from Lake Cityon i i day, selling glasses.!
'mail box put up at her place. There account of sore eyes, but as they I Mr. Charles Marsh has a new occupation -
seems to be a competition between Mr.J. are greatly improved he intends to return -i now. He has gone: into the silkworm So Cheap For My Usual Elegant Gnods
Now Is the time to have Carriage I
L. Reese and Mr. M. R. Haygood as to school Sunday. | business.Fishing .
Buggy or Wagon painted. to who will get the job of deliveringthe Owing to the election in the town hall Is our is the order of the day and
It Will Give the Country a Treat and the Ladies a
We do all kinds of Repair Work mall on Tuesday afternoon the W. C. T. U. I people from far and near go fishing on
Several of our business men went to held their meeting at Mrs. J. N. tradeincreas Lake Eaton.
Horse Shoeing and Dlacksmithing. i Rare Opportunityto
Ocala last Monday, among whom wereJ. I Shedd's. There was a good attendance.Mrs. Some tourists from the North were

Rubber Tires set Dy the Talent Good- E. Charles, M. C. Stapp, R. T. Gardner -I Shedd served refreshments. fishing on Lake Eaton last Thursday.Mr. .
I hat without in the land at prices that
year Machine. and W. A. Sparkman.Miss : The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will Paul Fore drives a new horse buy d magnificent an equal ,
Music Griggs of McIntosh is serve ice cream and cake at the hall I will prove I want to sell out my business. I will consider an ffer to
Automobiles painted and repaired. i ing
visiting her parents here this week. on Thursday evening. I now.Mr.. Vinnie Palana. formerly of SL buy (and sell reasonable) for the next thirty days.Respectfully .
Bring us your work. We are pre- Mr. C. L. Bittinger editor of the r I ? Augustine, is making his home at Mr.

pared to do it better and cheaper than Ocala Star, passed through Oxford on J.V. Perkins' for a while. yours,

anyone else. the southbound train last Tuesday.Mrs. ii I, READ THIS; Mr. John Waldron and wife spent a

Truluch, who has been visiting I few days last week with the latter's TOMPKINS
Tryus MRS. L. T.
W. F. McATEER, Prop. relatives here for several days returned : Ripley, Tenn., June 1, 1901. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert lcDoni -
---- I to her home in High Springs last i aid.
---- -
Sunday. I Dr. E. W. Hall St. Louis, Mo.DearSir and i Several of the farmers who have land

The most interesting program of the t j : Having tried various remedies near the river cannot tend it at all on
PURE MILK Oxford Literary Society is expected to you'llsee account of so much rain.
: without satisfactory results. I was per-
take place next Friday night at the i Joey McDonald made a pleasant visitto
school house. The exercises will con- suaded to give your "Texas Wonder" a friends last Sunday afternoon.Mr. EBURNETTTHE

Pure Milk and Cream sist of a mock triaL Mr. J. T. Turner is I trial. I have used one bottle, and al- I E. L. Martin and wife were the
plaintiff and Mr. Will Bogue is I of the latter's Mr. andMrs.
de-j though my case is one of long standing guests parents.
are among the greatestof fendant. Professor McBeth and S. L. J. W. Perkins, last Saturday night
that baffled the skill of the best physician -
attorI I|
Griggs will be the prosecuting 0. K. GROCERY and Sunday. A Well Wisher. JEWELER
table delicacies. They neys and C. A. Hooks and H. E. Martin j i I. yet it yielded at once to the ''Tex-I

I attorneys for the defendant. They are I,; as Wonder which I heartily recommend -. Phone 174. CLARK BROS. CURED HEMORRHAGESOF
both RICH PURE 1
are show where pleaa-ng; law !. 1I
going to us
I to all suffering from kidney and I II I
WHOLESOME if supplied points started from. I II i I '1- -------- -- THE; LUNGS
I I bladder troubles. Yours truly -- :
by W. H. Bruton. 1I I '"Several years since my lungs wereso Fine Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, Rings,

FLEMINGTON I i Pastor Baptist church Ripley Tenn. MclvER & MAOKAY badly affected that I had iany hemorrhages i I I Cut Glass Handsome China Sterling

THE HERMITAGE DAISY I ; writes A. M. Ake of Wood, i ,
Planting corn is the order of the day. .
New top buggies are quite fashiona.!i A TEXAS WONDER Ind. "I took treatment with several Silver and Hollow Ware.
GEO. B. TYLER. Proprietor
FUNERAL DIRECTORS physicians without any benefit I then
ble.We '. One small bottle of the Texas Won- I
were very nervous over the I started: to take Foley's Honey and Tar
[der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all (
smallpox situation but have about recovered -
i and my lungs are now as sound as a ARTICLES
H R. HUNTERand our equilibrium. Kidney and Bladder troubles, remo.ellGra'el I UNDERTAKERSand i TOILET
> bullet. I recommend it in advanced
Several of our young people attendedthe cures Diabetes, Seminal Emlssions -
. Geiger festivities the past week. stages of lung trouble." Foley's Honey FOUNTAIN PENS
........-. Weak and Lame Backs Rheumatism -
.GUN. .
.... __ :
William D. Fant and Miss Annie and: Tar stops the cough and heals the
I j and all Irregularities of the Kidneys EMBALMERS
Mixson visited McIntosh Monday.A :lungs, and prevents serious results
-- certain young lady did not come I and Bladder In both men and GOODS
i I from a cold. Refuse substitutes. Sold OPTICAL '
over to Flemington Sunday, and a certain '! women. Regulates Bladder troubles in
LOCKSMITHRepairing I bachelor looked very lonely. Fine Caskets by the Postoffice Drugstore.
children. If not sold b'our druggist
We noticed a certain young coupleon
\ the "front seat" Sunday. It reminded will be sent by mail on receipt of $1. 1'
a Specialty.RHIYSKIDMYCURE. and Burial RobesAll 12-QUAP.T ENAMELED DISH PANS Watch Repairing a
us of when we were young. I,One small bottle is two months' treatment 24c. NEXT MONDAY

Mrs. M. C. Gray left for St. Petersburg '! and seldom falls to to cure any i I i AT THE VARIETY STORE
Sunday and returned Wednesday.The Work Done by Licensed Embalmers .
case! above mentioned.Sold FLORIDA
t election Tuesday was a very I' iI
1 1
aU and Full Guaranteed Salted peanuts at Taylor's.
by druggists.
Makes Kidneys loRd Bladder Right quiet affair-only 15 votes being cast


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HARDWARE Mr. Ernest flicker-came down from How the ,...ltor From the. East Atlantic Coast LineTHROUGH DEPARTMENT t:'.:

Jacksonville this week for a short visitto Finally Capitulate -
his mother.Mr. You will not find everything in south f

I A. G. Gates and family came ern California. You will miss the wide Rev. J. E. A. KM!.I>, EdIUr.

down from Ocala In their automobileon stretches of green in the open : CAR LIN E FROM FLORIDA
Saturday and spent Sunday with :Mr. Placei.1
I far removed from the dusty
We carry a full and complete line of II Gates' brother. Charles S. Gates. noble trees the clear streams -CONNECTIONSTO Easter egg dyes at the New Drug-
Rev. Lawrence Jones has a pony and store at 5c. a package.
I carriage.Rev. ter the blue lake nestled in among the >

pine clad mountains. You will miss THE EAST Over Its own rails to Savannan Charleston Richmond Special inducements In gents' 'andladies'
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS J. W. McNary of Milwaukee Is
the ot. Easter hats and bonnts at Gadson's -
visiting his brother-In-law Rev. E. G. that splendid miracle change All Rail and Washington thence via Pennsylvania Ry.
McKinley. On Saturday they with a the seasons when your whole nature Bazar.

Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of few friends, enjoyed a fishing trip at comes Into closer touch with the great TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie Call at the Mack House for comfor-

Hammock Pond. mother heart of nature than at any Flyer route via Atlanta.TO table lodging and first class meals.!
The Weirsdale colored school held its other time In all the year. West Broadway.
WIRE FENCING closing exercises on Friday night. A You wil! miss much. But when you j THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New Ytfk. Philadelphiaand

long and excellent program of songs bare been here a year when month Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York. Washington Swell time at Odd Fellows' Hall
recitations and dialogues was given in :Monday night In the interest of the
PHOSPHATE after month of rare and beautiful Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
flfl such a manner as to testify to the young boys' baseball club. Admission.
weather blend into each other when Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel-
15 cents
faithful and efficient labors of the
TURPENTINE fi PP LIES teacher. Miss Ollie Boler of Martin. the sea wooes you and the flowers charm I Steamthip phia.
mountains beckon I 50 YARDS OF SILKcBABY RIBBONIn
j i Quite a number of white people were you and the brown
and MILLSash Uu I present. you and the soft air soothes you after KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co. ANY COLOR for 2 9c.. Next
P..eJ.. S. Kedney D. D. will preachon a year has passed you find there are
Sunday morning at 10:45. Sundayschool for the Route the celebrated trains, New fork: & Florida Special. Florida and
some compensations lovely *The Magnolia Restaurant is the
at 9:30. A cordial invitation is West Indian Limited. Chicago and Florida Limited and DIzie Flyer.
I things you have left behind you. You place to get choice meals and
Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds extended to all. I your
come to realize that nature has done Quickest schedules superior service. For information as to rates, schedules lunches at living prices. W. L. Jones
Mrs. George L. Whipple, who has
been at the hospital in Gainesville has more for this stretch of sea and mountain etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with T. C. WhIte D. P. -I manager.R. .

This is the Tool returned home in greatly improved girt land than she: has done for i! A., Tampa; W. J. Craig. G. P. A.: H. M. Emerson. T. SL, WilmlnctOT. N. C S. Mitchell the efficient railway
other spot on the globe. i
I health. any i mail clerk has been quite indisposedfor
I You have been charmed with
I may several days. He is off duty until
-FUR- EVERY THURSDAY California when you came, you may Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest he recovers.MENKEN'S.
i have been captivated after you had I I

been here a year you may capitulateand Via Chicago and Florida Limited. ,I TALCUM: POWDER
Fall and
Spring Crops 12c.BOX NEXT MONDAYAT
MENKEN'S TALCUM POWDER consent to be captured by the I
fI 1214c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT time two golden summers Lave stolen Solid vestibule train of Pullman sleeping, observation library, dining car VARIETY STOREThe

THE VARIETY STORE over you.-The World Today. and catches between Sr Augustine and Chicago, via Atlanta Chattanooga and meeting at the M. E. church at
Santos is quite a success. Several per-
We will be pleased Nashville
GAITERVILLE Hot 1t'ater, sons have professed faith In Christ and

to see you at a 1 1times. Cold blooded people, who have little !i Leave St. Augustine.. ...... .... ....F. E. O. ..ty.... .. ..._.. ...8:20 a. m. the good work goes on.

Farming and fishing is the order of thirst will do well to make a business j!! Arrive Jacksonville.._ ........ .....F. E. C. Ry... ....... .....9:20 a. m. Every day or two men are going to
of certain amount of hot
the day. drinking a
I Leave Jacksonville..A. C. L. R. R....... ..' ... .9:3u a. m. the chain gang or hard roads. The
Mrs. J. M. Boring and children returned water every day throughout the winter sight is not pleasant and Is to be de-
MARION: HHRDMKRE: CO 1 home Monday from a few days' season. It l lessens the tendency to Arrive Tifton..... ... ... ... ......A. C. L. R. R...... ".. .....1:25 p. m.*I plored. "The way of the transgressoris

visit with friends in Gaiter. take cold, improves the circulation and | Leave Tifton... ...,. ... ... ... ..G. S. & y. Ry.... ... .....1.30p.m. hard."

MacDUFF. Messrs. F. L. Ross and H. E. Brass benefits coughs and insomnia. I i Arrive Macon. ... ..... ..... ....G. S. & P. Ry... ... .. ....4:15 p.
SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & made a flying trip to Dunnellon Satur- Mrs. C. C. Curry has opened first
Before going to bed is a very good !! Leave Macon...... ..... ... ... ...C. of Ga. Ry .. ..... ......4:20 p. m. a
day e'ening.Messrs. I class dress making, fitting and cutting
--' N. C. Deas and Roy Layton time for this practice, as it warms up |: Arrive Atlanta... ... ... ..... ....C. of Ga. Ry ..... ...... ..7:00 p. JTL business. Work done In the latest and

were business visitors at Holder Sun and relaxes the system, thus preparingthe j Leave Atlanta..W. & A. R. R ..... ..... .7:13 p. m. best styles. Residence, one block north

day.Mr. way for a good night's sleep. i j I Arrive Chattanooga.. .... .... ....W. & A. R. R.... .. .....10:57: p. In.I of county jaiL
W. O. Deas and his sister, Lula, Many cases of indigestion headache
spent a few days at Shady last week. neuralgia. cold hands and feet can be | Leave Chattanooga.... .. ... ... ....N. C. & St. L. Ry.. ......10:04 p. m. Don't forget the concert at Howard

They were the guests of their sister, cured in half an Lour by drinking slowly I Arrive Nashville. .... ...... ......N. C. & St. L Ry. .......3:13 a. m. Academy on Friday night Everybodyis

Mrs. S. L. Redding. one or two pints of water so hot Leave Nashville.... ... .... .... .L. & N. R. R.. .. .... .. ...3:40 a m. cordially invited to come and lenda

Mr. W. B. Crews of Holder was in that it almost burns the throat-Medical -I Arrive Evansville........ ........ ...L. &\ N. R. R..... .... ....8:1G a. m. been helping arranged.A hand.. A fine program baa
OR DRESSED Gaiterville Sunday.
There was a dance in our'burg Fri- Brief. Leave Evansville... .... .... ......L. & N. R. R..... .. .......8:20 a. m.

day night, at the residence of Mr. H. A. II Arrive St. Louis.... ... ... ...... ...L. & N. R. R.... .. .......1:53 p. m section of the of era. house will be
A FAVORITE REMEDY FOR BABIESIts reserved on the night of April 1, when .
See or Phone Ross.Mr. Leave Evansville. .... .. ... ', ...E. & T. H. R. B..8:20 a. m. the great Black Patti Company with
and Mrs. T. W. Robinson visited I
Arrive Terra Haute.... .... .... ...E. & T. H. R H..11:45 a. m. its forty people shows here for the

their:Misses son at Rosie Holder and Sunday.Delia Bridges of pleasant taste ana< prompt cures Leave Terra Haute... .... ..........C. & E. L R. R.. .... ......11:JO a. m. colored people.

B. H. SEYMOUR Dunnellon attended the dance in our have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Arrive Chicago.. ...... ...... .... ..O. & E. L R. P.... .. .....4:30 p. m. One of the finest concerts of the sea-
a favorite with the mothers of small
burg Friday night.
son will be at Howard Academy tomorrow
The Gaiterville school closed Friday children. It quickly cures their coughs This trains the standard of perfection in passenger service. For Pull- night Solos duets, choruses,

PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla. I night. Violet. and colds and prevents any danger of man reservations and other Intormation apply to ticket agent 1+'. E. C. Ry., recitations will constitute the program.

pneumonia or other serious conse' SL Augustine or Atlantl cCoast Line office. 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. Admission 15 cents.
quences. For sale by the Postoffice 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS

Drugptcre. 24c. NEXT :MONDAYAT

R. MARTIN & CO. Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's -- I THE VARIETY STORE
J. I

Cough Remedy j MENNEN-S TALCUM POWDER j Seaboard Air-Line The appointment of Rev. W. O.-Bart-

"A few mornings ago Mr. J. G. Smith- 12>ic. A BdX NEXT MONDAY | Ry. ley to preach at Mt. Zion A. M. E.
church tonight has been
cancelled on
erman a good citizen of this place, AT THE VARIETY STORE |
account of a previous engagement,
GENERAL LIVERYMENFine came to the store for a cough medi I which had been overlooked.
cine." says Dr. C. N. Parnell of Maples- i
The i *A. W. Walker, the world champion
ville Ala. "He wen so hoarse that he Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines Raleigh shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen
could hardly talk and said he had
razors, hair clippers and scissors and

Carriages, Buggies and Traps coughed all the nigbt before. I sold him PORTLAND :; Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, be convinced of his superior skill Razors
iI honed and concaved In all styles.
bottle of Chamberlain's Cougb Remedy -
and New York
Drummers Carryalls Saddle Horses etc. la I Call at No. 115 N. :Magnolia street,
j and told him that if it did riot relieve -
: next S. A. L.
him he might oring the bottle EXPOSITIONI I THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
'L. Green the tonsorial artist and
back and get his money. I saw hiM the

FINE VEHIOLES FAST HORSES next morning carrying the bottle to Opens June st. I[ SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED and lightning sweet shaver.and my My hair-cutting razors shave is soft the

the store where he works, and he told best. I have two of the finest chairs

me it did him more good than any med- i that turn every way. Razors fixed In all

Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses icine he ever used." For sale by the Low Rates Will Prevail I SEABOARD EXPRESS styles.Broadway Call, next and to be A.convinced.Smith. West

Boarded fey the Month at Special Rate. PostoSice Drugstore. ARE YOU GOING? I SEABOARD MAIL The K. of P. is one of the best societies -,

in the city and is under the man
agement of superior young men who
J. R. MARTIN & CO. 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT Selecting Your Route Westof I are anxious to make it the superior of

I THE VARIETY STORE the Mississippi River MODERN PULLMAN >EQUIPMEN1 any order. B. J. Mitchell. C. C. and
his associates are working harmoniously
to this end.
Malay Poetry.Tbe SEE WONDERFUL The Seaboard Florida Limited Is a solid vestibuled train composed exclusively

Malays possess a poetical na Scenic Colorado as You Go- of new Pullman equipment dining car, double drawing room sleepers We are pleased to receive the many

RESTAURANT=<- ture and like the Japanese, regard the Entertaining, Enlighteningand I stateroorr and observation cars operating between St. Augustine and compliments from prominent white and

writing of poetry as an art to be aspired Satisfying Jacksonville to New York via Washington; leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. colored citizens on our articles" on.
"Generals in the Devil's We
to by anybody. Short coupletsare and Jacksonville 1:20 daily including Sundays.
m. p. m.
MANITOU lift our hat, make our best bow and
.) (. First Class Meals their delight, especially those witha pass on to duty. The chapters will
little moral attached. One founded PIKE'S PEAK, ONLY LINE I appear every other day. Be sure and '

on the weather tends to comfort a per- COLORADO SPRINGS, retain a copy. They are original and
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES son who has been badly treated: "NowIt Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor will not appear again.
is wet, now it Is fine. A day will ROYAL GORGE,
full information and sleeper reservations, can on any agent Seaboard, 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn
come for retaliation." Then, again, of BLACK CANON
or write: ANY COLOR for 29c, Next
lovers they say, "As the owl sighs %
Oysters iii All Styles longingly for the moon." A young TENNESSEE PASS, A. O. MACDONELL A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON. JR., P. A-,

and pretty bride they speak'of as be- : CANON OF THE GRAND, Jacksonville Florida. is high time that the clergy secure
"like not homes for themselves and families and =
ing a sarong yet unfolded
Room until Personal I MARSHALL PASS, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I settle them. Going broad In personto
Dining open midnight. an apt Illustration when one thinks of I
attend church work deep thought,
I the bright colors of new GLENWOOD SPRINGSand --- ---- ---------------
attention to orders sarongs.
given anythingthe I I close study and observation reveals the

market offers prepared for the table on SALT LAKE CITY : CHEAP RATES TO I startling fact that the church Is taking
I Condensed Milk Lack. Water. but little care of her old. infirm and

short notice. I Steam emanating from boiling milk Are All on This Line : I needy ministers. The fact while true,

If condensed would become water. California and the Northwest is alarming and he is to be pitied who

This may be seen In the manufacture WRITE ME what time you win depends entirely on the church for a

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar of condensed milk which Is only ordi- be likely to make the trip. It living. Only a very few succeed and
I many have to cater to the whims and
nary milk boiled down until the water
may be to our mutual advantage faults of and use all kinds of
Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. is out of it If a liquid which contains I I "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE." I many
schemes to live and keep the church financially
solid bodies In solution be evaporated WRITE TODAY

Special Price to Regular Boarders I the solids are left behind. That this COLONIST TICKETSOn i Offers low rates from all Florida points to California md the Northwest alive.

j 118 so may be shown by adding to Water i Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable.

THE CARMiCHAEL & SON GOAt I that is to be distilled a trace of Sale to California, Oregon I I I $55.10-Portland, Seattle Vancouver and British Columbia points. WOMEN'S KIDNEYS

magenta and a little salt The distilled and the Northwest i -19.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte Anaconda )Missoula and intermediate Women are more often afflicted with
I water has no taste and Is color March 1st to May 15th
i kidney disorders than but
points on the Northern Pacific Railway. men attJ Ib-

McGra th's Stand i less. The magenta Is generally de- Missouri, I. E. REHLANDER t i $+4.70-San Francisco, Los Angeles San Diego Benson Phoenix Pres- ute the symptoms to diseases peculiarto
I posited upon the sides of the boiling
tassel I Pacific, Trav. Pass. Agent, cutt, Tuscon Denver, Colorado Springs Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque. their sex. while In reality the kidneys -

Denver & CHATTANOOGA. i The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates From are deranged. Nervousness head-

A Scotch Tooth. Rio Grande TENNESSEE I ache, puffy or dark circles around the
All Florida Points
rl !
Dentist (after struggling for twenty I eyes i Ifln In the back are signs of

i, minutes In a vain endeavor to extract I The "Dixie Flyer" Route Is via Tifton Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga kidney trouble that must not be ignored -

,I the tooth-I must say 'ou-YQU have Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to SL LouU: or a serious malady will result -
the firmest tooth I ever had-to deal I
and Chicago. Foley'a Kidney Cure has restored
I with. Patient-I'm In nae nurry. Ifsi
- A HAPPY MOTHER & i i grann practice for ye an' It'll teach Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m, via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. the health of thousands of weak ner-

i ye that we maun a' work for oor liv- TEXAS PACIFIC Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. ro., via Ute Atlantic Coast Line Ry. I vous, broken down women. It stops Irregularities -

t I'J i lID''" Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May I and strengthens the urinary -

WIATBIRPORD.May u TEXAS.,iwj, fop' 15 inclusive, and from September 15 to October 3L organs. It purifies the blood and
I .
t Before my baby was born I was in great Art Crltlcbm.I o IAawav + For map, schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker, Florida benefits the whole system. Sold by the
Amateur-This Is latest
misery. I was Just able to be about but just as I my attempt Passenger Agent, "Dixie Flyer" Route Jacksonville, Florida. Postoffice Drugstore.
soon as I began to take Wine of Cardui which I at a landscape. May I ask what you
had been recommended to me,I felt much bet ___ __ _____
think of the ? Artist Ths --- u
ter. Intact 1 feel that if it had not been for J i perspective The Great Eastern I
this medicine 1 would not bate been strong perspective Is Its strong point The
-1 enough to live through childbirth. But that farther away you stand the better it I 1 lIKE TOMPKINS
was made comparatively easy by taking yoarmedicine and Western Line I PROVED SERVICE
for four months bt-fore baby came. looks.-Chicago Tribune.
Wine of Cardui restored m health as I took it
w two months afterward. {cannot speak too I Across the Entire States ol I!Has a well selected stock of
-- highly Wine Luck In BU.Iaeu.

Cardui am glad to and.ndorw I- fll' "'lA I "I see that somebody says there If Memphis to Hot Springs, Ark. ,! Fresh Meats oi aU fdnd .
it no such thing as luck in business.
I ,\ "He must be one of the lucky ones Vegetables and Greens.
4::..,' who have succeeded."-Chicago Record- I
!.'. ,... J of Cardui is powerful tonic Herald. NO TROUBLE TO AXsW ER QUESTIONS THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM Fresh and Salt Water Fish received -

..... ; which acts on the generative organs of Direct Line to I every day. Cedar Key Oysters
is women, regulating menstruation and giving GOT OFF CHEAPHf !received daily. Leave your orders
tone and strength to the which Morning train leaves Memphis 10 a. m.. reaching Hot Springs 3:45 p. m.
organs NORTH TEXAS with me. Prompt delivery.I. .
inflammation and weakness have affected. It cures nineteen out Carries observation cafe car parlor car and day coaches. I
of everytwenty cases of bearing-down pains or ovarian trouble. A may well think he has got oft
Wine of Cardui cures barrenness and aids the mother in cheap who, after having contracted Indigestion I TQMPKINS

conserving her strength for the ordeal of childbirth. After that or constipation is still ableto ARIZONAand ':'es :Memphis 8:30 reaching Hot Springs next morning. Carries Pullman,
event the Wine prevents dangerous flooding and helps mothers to 1 Lity Matket.
drawing coach.
perfectly restore his health. Nothing room sleeper and day _
quick recovery. Wine of Cardui is the one medicine a mother
should use before and after childbirth. will do this but Dr. King's New Life See that your ticket reads via "THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM from LALEXANDERPractical

All druggists: sell $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui.W1NE03GftRa. Pills. A quick pleasant and certain CALIFORNIA Memphis thereby avoiding change of depots at that point

D cure for headache constipation etc. ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES IN EFFECT DAILY

I!5c. at the Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore; WRITK FOR SEW BOOK OF TEX AS. FREE:



50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn General Passenger Agent L. PARROTT Dist, Pass. AgU estimates made on all contract :'
J ANY COLOR for 29c. Next I work. Gives more and better work ;:
-.. MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE DALLAS, TEXAS i No. 6, N. Pryor St. Atlanta Ga. for the money than any other in town. 4


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Loses to Florida University for Miss Mamie B. Gaines of Leesburg, Arthur Whitner Pleaded Guilty of $50,000.00
who for eighteen years has been a mis-
U BITTINGER & CO. the Second Time in Robbing a Letter
sionary Hiroshima. Japan where

The home team started off yesterday I she is successfully conducting a girls Jacksonville March 30.-Arthur R. HERBERT A. FORD. President. .

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll afternoon in a manner that made the ! spoke at the Methodist church Whitner, a young man belonging to I j GEO. H. FORD Vice President.
last The a prominent family here pleaded guilty
night. speaker had a good F. WATSON
Proprletora and Publisher people believe they would turn the tables Cashier.
I in
audience and made a very interesting the federal court yesterday to
on the visitors, but for several
j address on Japan in general and her taking $500 from a registered letter.
reasons the table refused to
C. L, BITTINGER i school in particular. She told about the ""hitnervas employed in the Jacksonville -
well, it is the old + l
same story, defeat to I '
Editor and General Manager.R. I the tune of 16 to 8, and "Under Southern cause of the war between Japan andChina I postoffice as night registry
also of the preparations made clerk and the larceny was committed \
Skies, without
by Japan to fight Russia. For nearly last summed. He was given a sen- 1 NATIONAL BANK
was evident that Ocala's dream
R. CARROLL, of baseball was changed into a hideous five years 2t(\,000 Japanese soldiers were tence of one year's imprisonment CENTRAOF

drilled daily in Hiroshima, of
a city
City Editor and Business Manager nightmare when the scores began to Ball Indicted; for Embezzlement of
200.000 people, and she become so familiar -
pile up in rapid succession on the Government Funds
at seeing the that
maneuvers daily
wrong side, while th& home boys had OCALA.
Hon. H. W. Long was In the city to take a basket of goose-eggs and a she felt that she could have gone out Jacksonville, March 30.-William D.
and put the soldiers through the evolu Ball, former postmaster at Orange
yesterday to meet Mr. Ed L. Wartmann run or two now and then.
of Citra and talk with tions. She believed God had chosen Park, Ha., was yesterday indicted by r
over him several Lake City's college team is all right
measures Ocala and Marion county in every respect. They play a clean, the Japanese to open the countries bor- the federal grand jury of embezzle- }. K. CHRISTIANGEO R. L. ANDERSON

I are desirous of having embodied in local snappy, gentlemanly game, and as a dering Japan to Christian influences, ment of government funds.It Directors MAcKAY. ED HILLER.
and through them would convert the is reported that Ball is also short :
i legislation for our interest One is consequence Ocala has a warm spot in HERBERT A.. FORD. GEORGE FORD.
. the sale of the armory to the state. her heart for the University boys. heathen world. The Japanese believein in his accounts as city treasurer of }{. S. HALL.

I Another Is the passage of a bill to permit The battery for the University team I education and give their children Orange Park.

f' Marion county to make a special was Willis and Williams and for the every opportunity to secure the same. -
They are delighted to send their chil-
I levy for remodeling our court house home team Vogt Moore and Ford. I THE ORIGINAL
I. make it fireproof and burglarproof, and The umpire was Mr. G. C. Crom. dren to schools taught by Americans, I I

give the accommodations needed by our Notes I 1 though they did not take very kindlyto I Foley & Co., Chicago, originated I

county officers, several of whom, nota- Ocala's fans are wondering what our religion; yet by their children Honey and Tar as a throat and lung HOUSE FURNISHINGS
being taught by English speaking mis- I
bly, the tax assessor and superintendent cuse Captain Moore and eX-I
sionaries they imperceptibly imbibed remedy, and on account of the great
of schools, must seek outside quar- Frank will give to account for the rei i j
ters, and also a room for the meeting of suit of yesterday's game. j I ji the teachings of Christ as disseminated -I merit and popularity of Foley's Honey I

the grand jury, the rentals of all which |! i by his disciples and teachers. She and Tar Imitations offeredfor
Charley Moore pitched a good game many are

will go a long way toward paying the and gave few hits, but his support was said pupils her to school hundreds.had grown The from only a thing few the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey I Our stock of Furniture and House FurnishingGoods

interest on the proposed warrants to be hanging on the ragged edge of hard
that and Tar and refuse substitute
prevented thousands from attend- any
issued to raise money to pay for the I luck and he lost out. The Ocalas need
In ing the school was the lack of funds to offered, as no other preparation will
new building. these measures our team work. is second to in the State
I teachers and in none
legislators, Messrs. Wartmann and Sis- Post Fine didn't pitch the game yesterday pay secure buildings give the same satisfaction. It is mildly

trunk, are in hearty accord, and it is but played in right field, where which of to teach. Speaking of the den- laxative. It contains no opiates and is
sity population she remarked thata
the ambition of their lives to serve Marion he took down several nice high balls. -
town with the of safest for children and delicate
population Ocala persons.
county that these desirable objects I I His great vault over the fence and EVERY KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATNESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES LAP
would not one-tenth of the territory ROBES
will be attained. occupy Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.
catching a fly was a feature of the
streets were very narrow. The placein CURTAINS, SCREENS, ETC. BLANKETS AND WAGON
:Mr. Phillips of the Commercial Bank The work on second base of Bullock which 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS PURPOSE.JSPREADS
and Mr. Pardee of the laundry, leave i for Ocala and Sawyer for the visitors naval station and was schooL a great The Japanese Jap-- 24(. NEXT :MONDAYAT SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS,

Saturday for Lake City, where they I I is worthy of special mention. anese believe in training and discip- THE VARIETY STORE LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDING; MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,

have purchased a laundry, and willoperate I I Willis of Lake City pitched an ele- }line, which accounts for their proficiency POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANG BRICK, SHINGLES, CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MACHINERY
the same. The Star dislikes to gant game and the few hits he gave
lose such good citizens but wishes them were scattering. You can't rattle Willis. as soldiers. Referring to her I Seats on sale for Black Patti opera ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR- OF ALL KINDS.
I work and what one person could do to : house Saturday night, at the (KalaNews
success. Mr. Phillips has had several
aid the Japanese and spread Christianity I Company's store.
offers for his cozy home in the second Don Ford was behind the bat for the! f
among them, she said that one woman I
ward, and expects to close a trade before home team, and though a bit off of his i
; in Virginia, who made her Deep drilling and of all
livingby kinds
contracting building done
he goes. usual fine work, played a hard game. William Shaffer, a brakeman: of Dennison ,
sewing, had contributed $40 a year ,
Porter on short yesterday showed up for three to educate at her school[ Ohio, was confined to his bed for I
years under
responsible Write for
in good shape. Porter is also a coacher guarantee. us prices and estimates -
H. L. Brown, formerly editor of the of i a Japanese girl, who by that means was several weeks with inflammatory rheu-
no mean ability. J
semi-weekly Tropical Sun of West I II enabled to go through: the kindergarten matism. "I used remedies" he I
many ,
Fred Vogt was in the game for all on anything need.MO1VER&
Palm Beach, but now the managing school, and became so enthused you .
it was worth, and considering the back- says. "Finally I McCaw's drug
editor of the St. Augustine Record, is with her lessons that she continued on
a new acquisition to the Florida PressAssociation ing he record.had should be proud of )'esterda's with her studies, graduated, and is now store for a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain i

attended its late meeting: one of the most efficient teachers i in Balm, at which time I was unable to

at Lake City and showed deep InterestIn the school and aglow with Christianzeal.
I use hand or foot, and in one week's MACKAY
its proceedings. Mr. Brown is one State of Ohio. City of Toledo. Lucas To further this great work was
time was able to go to work as happy
of the best equipped and brightest edItors Cc.unty-ss. the aim and object of Miss Gaines' visit

in the state, as the columns of: Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ; to tell the story of her school and as a clam." For sale by the Pcstoffice j jDrucstoie. I CCA.L-A L.cRICATO

the Record from day to day clearly at- secure aid.THREE : :
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
test. He is a young man of fine ad I

dress, agreeable manners and has that I Cheney & Co., doing business in theo I

social magnetism that draws people t city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid I UNSHELTERED 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON /

him. UNFORTUNATES In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next
and that said firm will pay the

sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Yesterday, in going to :Mr. Gillis' THE
Senator Frye of Maine is in Florida
for each and every case of Catarrh house to baptize Mr. David L. Sim Alderman Gates took his family to .
and is the guest of Senator James P.
Taliaferro and wife, Jacksonville. The that cannot be cured by the use of I mons, I went by the place where Mr. South Lake Weir Saturday in his automobile I
Van Derven's house once was. Every
Pine Tree State senator warmly praises Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. in one hour and fifteen minx -
thing is gone, house, barn, etc. It t utes.
Senator Taliaferro's work in the U. Sworn to before me and subscribed
I quite distressing to look upon the I
S. Senate in behalf of Florida and the .
in my presence this 6th day of December three without a shelter, except as they TRADE

nation. A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason, find it among neighbors. Fire is a I MENNEN-S TALCUM POWDER (J.4pl !
rible master. Mr. Simmons is ter-I 12t%c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYs
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Rufus A. Russell, the able business feeble. lie is 81 years of age. He is TIIVARIETY: STORE

manager of the Jacksonville Metropolis Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- ready for his eternal home. Praise I I

was in the city today, looking after nally and acts directly on the blood and the Lord. I. W. Ogle. I EVERY THURSDAY i I II Our prices are figured on the very

the circulation of his in this --, lowest cash basis and -
paper mucous surfaces of the system. Send under no circumstances
city, where it enjoys an enviable
rep- for testimonial free. MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER I ANTHONY' I will we ship goods C. O. D., -
utation, and has a small regiment of
F. J. Cheney & fa, Toledo, O. 12C. A BOX NEXT MONDAY I
subscribers. When it comes to genu- as the express company will only take _
ine circulation "Uncle Rufus" has it. Sold by all druggists, 75 cents. Take I I Those who were callers in our town 'Ii -

He hangs his banner on the outer wall, H-ail's! Family Pills for constipation.A Sunday were Mr. A. J. Albritton, the i! whiskey at owner's risk, and open. The r -

that all who run may read. What the The Star hears with regret of the enterprising merchant of Daisy Mr. ;! I laws will not allow them to ship liquors I .

advertiser wants is a bona fide circula- serious indisposition of Mrs. Clarence Aden Marsh of Daisy and Mr. John I ,
j C. 0. D. We will accept orders
tion and he gets it in the Metropolis.No 40-ACTOR SHOW Camp. Grantham of Sparr. !I express ,

other paper in the state has the I Miss Mamie Martin! has returned I i postoffice money orders, one and two-

success the Metropolis has in home circulation Now that the Bostonians, that famous home after several wteks'"i>;it to j cent stamps and checks on parties we -
and representative singing organization 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON her aunt, Mrs. Blanche
and it deserves it. Marsh: of know are 0. K. We buy for cash and
which has held the most com- In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next I Daisy. I j -

manding position in the history of light MONDAY. AT THE VARIETY STORE I Miss Martha Yates visited in the j sell for cash, thereby giving our customers -

Mr. L. S. Stroble the popular and opera singing in this country for over country Sunday. j the benefit of ba daccounts. -- -

efficient traveling representative of the thirty years, has passed away, it remains Our prescription parrment Is the Miss Lora Yates was the guest of

Clyde Line, who resides in Leesburg, for the Greater Black Patti most the Misses Leitner Sunday.Mr. I II -
up-to-date and
has the most
but travels the state, was met a few I Troubadours to sustain the popular interest I care- Henry Long was in our town I -

days ago by a representative of the in the melodies of the standard I ful attention of any in the city. Ty- Tuesday.Mr. October, J903, we pare- ---

Star on his return home from the Blast operas and songs of the day, and then Jings and Co. C. C. Yates and nephew were

Coast. He said the tourist travel [ songs of the Sunny South. As a singing in Ocala Sunday. chased the oldest Saloon

that section was simply immense and organization the Black Patti Trou- Miss Agnes Swindle, Bobbie Martin _

the crowds so great that cots were even badours is absolutely without equal in At Taylor's-Popcorn, korn nuts and and Edwin Priest are on the sick list !i Business in Florida,

at a premium in the leading resorts, this country. The press of the Unit- salted peanuts. this week. i i

but the season had passed the meridianand ed States has proclaimed this to be a Miss Lizzie Turney was the guest of The McGrath

the throng was slowly ebbing fact, and though they are only hum- Mrs. Webb Sunday. Place

North. Referring to the fruit prospectshe : ble colored entertainers, yet when they You have off h Miss Kate Liddon was the guest of

said it would not be over 25 per cent. blend their repertoires all question her mother
o ,, ,
I course had lieC8000LiiE Saturday and Sunday in ;I Since that time we have re-arranged
of that of last season. race, creed and condition is forgotten.The : I I Ocala. I II I I
and made it
everything, one of the most
Black Patti Troubadours will be Mrs. Browning is at the home of i
The the attraction at the 'j attractive places in Ocala .We have 12 ____________$ .
case of H. L. Anderson vs. Sid opera house, Saturday CREAM I IDEUC'IOt'S I her daughter, Mrs. Hutto, who is quiteill.
Whaley and Andy Winer is on today April 1. SODA I' added a large bottle business to it, as
.4 quarts__________ 5.00
before Judge W. S. Bullock. Allred U ICE CREAM SODA Mr. Hillman and -
} daughter were in j. well as a first clans Cafe and Private
and Davis appear for the defense. Mr. 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS Ocala Friday : 1 quart 1,ro::
HOT CHOCOLATE Dining Rooms. We carry everything ------------
Anderson is his own attorney. Deputy 24c. NEXT MONDAY Messrs. O. T. Green and W. L. Martin I
Sump Bullock found it difficult to AT THE VARIETY STORE At one of their many steres and con- I I of Ocala and Mr. Hall from New good to eat and drink, and if you will

secure a Jury. siileredit the best you ever drank York were looking at their lands I call on us when in Ocala we will do

.... Miss Josephine Williams of Alachuais around Anthony Tuesda).. I all in our power to please you and ,
:eels in town All Chocolate Drinks servedat Messrs. Bassett, Shealey and Wilkins -
/Jesse presence yes- visiting her sister Miss Mattie Wil- make you feel like you are welcome. .
from his Oklawaha mercantilef liams. were in the Brick City Friday I
f our fountain are made with Call and
The hard road between Griner see us.
establls ent is now accounted for. He Farm

was he* to welcome the stork and accept -tfaftr? Chocolate and after and Anthony was very lively Sunday I
Newsorn.I ;50; YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn afternoon.Mr. .
a lovely baby girl. Dr. We with
*" made the presentation speech. ANY COLOR for 29c., Next their formula.T. Andrew Albritton Mr. Allan are you

MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STOREs Hillman, Miss Martha Yates and Miss

Mrs. Clifford L. Anderson, who W. TROXLER Annie Hillman were callers at Griner when it comes to

been visiting her parents Major and Exquisite china in the finer grades of Fruits, Confections, Cigars and To Farm Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. Izlar, left for her old home at I I imported ware. The prices are very baccoSPECIAL 11

Blackwell. S. C., to visit friends, and low A. E. Burnett. f- r
then will return to her home at Roan-


""Mr. Gamble the contractor and AT THE VARIETY STORE Round Trip Colonist Rates to Texas,
night, AprilOPERA \
builder today stthted the foundation of
Oklanoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory
tt :
Jerry Burnett's M" Wing near the cor- fresh and
At the Ocala Bazar will are
you find the tl
Each First and Third t ,
: ner of Fort King avenue and Main ; Tuesday
only exclusive 5 and 10 cent countersin I THEVORLD'S FAMOUS
street. Ocala. One-way and round trip colonist ratesto little
our prices generally a
the West and Northwest.

The city of Louisville. Ky.. has been 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON One-way colonist rates to California I! BLACK PATTITROUBADOURS lower when quality is

Indicted for peonage by a federal grand In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next and the Northwest from March I con
until -
Jury. The reason for the Indictmentis MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STOREs
that the said city works criminals May 15, 1905. I sidered.

\ convicted of minor offenses on the Special first class round trip rates to i iI .
and Mrs. J. E. McKee, who have I
streets. It will be a test case, and if
I been spending the season at St. Petersburg Colorado every day until May 1. Return \I
Louisville loses it will probably put are now guests of the limit June 1 All new features. I Market for
an end to working men convicted i in House for few Ocala 1905. I I price paid country i is
a days before
city and justice's courts on the streetsand returning The choice of the two most direct I It
to their home in New York. '
roads. routes and three gate-ways. REFINED I -J- produce of all kinds.

12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS I I2k. Union and Southern Pacific. 40 M.Vt.ERs DAXCERsCOMEDIAN'S: 40 i aW, > I s.t

young Tampa man has, an another employe of sensation.the customhouse A THE. NEXT VARIETY MONDAYAT STOREMr. I Through Pullman tourist cars operated I wt.'- L Prompt attention given to or-

at Port Tampa and accused of each Monday from Birmingham BLACK PATTI I

1 seducing a young lady of Tampa I Ala., and three ders mail.We
cars a week from by
H. A. Atwater of Anthony who I I:\1mI'.Mss ll'rt't'ta Jones, .
Heights, was two of the
kidnapped by
has Washington, D. C. to San
girl's male relatives Tuesday and com- charge of the Wilson Cypress Company's Francisco Thtreate t singer of her race.

logging camp at Eureka, was via Atlanta, Montgomery and I Hear Blai k Patt ." r oI
pelled to marry her at the muzzle of a : sing"suwaruf RH in the city today and made I
us a pleasant -
pistol. As soon as the unwilling New Orleans, without change. Effective I

bridegroom got free he had warrants call. March 1, we operate every Monday keep on hand at all times the largest

sworn out against the kidnappers, and and I fly.: stock of Whiskies
has instituted proceedings for divorce. 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON Wednesday Pullman tourist JOHN RUCKER Wines and Beers

In ANY COLOR for 29<'., Next cars from St Louis to San Francisco in Florida, and do the largest mail order

MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE without change, via the Chicago and
The people of Johnstown Pa., are "The Alabama Blossom" CARMICHAEL'S SPECIAL
up in arms searching for a negro who Alton R. R., and the Union Pacific I business. This business has grown,

committed woman Tuesday an assault night.on an aged white R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK R. R., via Kansas City and Denver. I Funniest Colored Man PORE 7 YEAR OLD RYE. steadily by fair treatment, good goods,.

Ask for particulars Alive The best medium i grade Whiskey on earth. and that alone It
FULLER & BLALOCK I prices quality
President Roosevelt has requested' J. F. Van Renssalaer, Gen. Agt. I 4 full qts., delivered, $3.25. 2 full qts., delivered govern.
Presenting the Merry Musical Farce .
Admiral Walker and other members of!|I DENTAL SURGEONS 13 Peachtree St, Atlanta Ga. $2.00. I qt $1.00. you wan, liqoor, we have it from GOODto _

the Panama canal commission to re G. W. Ely T. P. A.12QUART I "LOONEY DREAMLAND"
Pmts.50c. Half the BEST
sign. Offices over Munroe & Chambliss Bank. I pints, 25C. very ever distilled.

OCALA FLA. 20 and 20

The remains of Miss Mildred Lee. Terms CashJ. :24c.! NEXT MONDAYAT I

youngest daughter of General RobertE. THE VARIETY STORE Smartest and Swellest Variety,

Lee, were today laid in their final Minstrel and Operatic Specialtiesever I. THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO

resting place at Lexington, Va. E. CHACE, SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY produced by this-the Greatest -

Colored Show Earth '
Japan demands $00,000.000 war Indemnity DENTAL SURGEON.! -
Special RatesSll.95ATLA."rA
from Russia. Office upstairs Commercial Bank Opposite A. C. L. Depot and West of Square. .
GA.. and return. .
Building Ocala Florida. Prices 50 and 75 cents. .
Dunnellon polled 67 votes for Baskinfor Tickets on sale May 14 and 15, lim- Tickets on sale at Ocala News "
senator .. TERMS Ocala Floridai
Tuesday CASH ited returning to May %0. Company. \



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