The Ocala evening star

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


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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Dr. C. C. Carroll of Waco. Texas : ,y. A. Fulton from Hernando

Ice cream at Taylor's.See has accepted the call\of the First Bap- county. was in the city today and At the City Market -<'

tist church of this city, and will comet created much excitement by telling of

silver shirtwaist nets at Bur- once to assume charge as pastor. oil being discovered at the present terminus Fresh Meat Fish and ":
Poultry Vegetables
Tt&f \\as unanimously extended : '
nett's. Great SaleThursday of the new Brooksville and Hud- .
last Wednesday evening and Mr.' W. Embroidery ;.-"
son railroad. Men were engaged in
T. Gary, the clerk of the church at in Season :1
5 per cent. discount ;at J. A. Pittman once wired Dr. Carroll requesting an sinking 4-inch well at the big sawmill -

& Son's. ** immediate reply. Last night the answer and yesterday, when at considerable -

was recei\ed. Mr. Warren will depth, a fluid gushed out and City and Country Trade SolicitedFree ;
30th and 31st continued to pour for some time which .
A full lIne of cigars and tobacco. Ty- occupy the pulpit as usual on the com- and Friday, ;;
ing Sunday, at which time announce- contained a very high percentage of '- .:

L)?aAL dings and Co. ments will be made for the future. At And Monday April 3rd at crude petroleum. Telegrams were Delivery Phnne J2J.
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sent out all points notifying business -
'f 'd the night service the ordinance ot.. I IBEL
Mrs. J. M. Barco went out to Cotton baptism will be administered for the men of the find.

; Plant today. last time during the present pastorate. i
.''f.: A large number of candidates remainto VENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY'S] LYONSBROWNMarried HATS OFF

S At Taylor's-Popcorn, korn nuts andI' be immersed, and it is hoped that .
as many as can do so will be present in Jacksonville: last Sunday
salted peanuts.
and prepared for the ordinance.Dr. I Mrs. Belle Brown tQ Mr. George Ly the line
to superb of vehicles now on
i, Carroll, who comes to the pas- Over Ten Thousand ((10,000)) yards of Cambric, ons. Mrs. Lyonswas formerly Miss

: Mr. VanN'ess of Citrus county was torate of the church is a young man I Belle Dobbs of this city. She has display in our salesrooms! Everythingthat

: in town today. of great power. He is a graduate of I Nainsook and Swiss Edging atfd Inserting; handsome many friends here. modern ingenuity has devised for

Baylor University and the Universityof I

Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for Chicago and was for a time tutorin and new designs just arrived. UNPRECEDENTED BAND- PRACTICE comfort, for style for beauty, goes Into

English at the latter institution.As these
stanhopes ,
your stove wood. an orator he ranks with the lead- VALUES. Come and see for yourself. surreys.runabou.s. ,
All who can play a band instrumentor drays, harnes sand lap -y a
ing pulpit and platform speakers of who wish to learn to do r
I so are earnestly robes. Manufacturers have i
Mr. J. V. Burke of Jacksonville is at the country. His diction is superb I I requested_ to. be at the band I things
the Ocala House. and his power of application always down so fine these days that prices areaway
room, third floor, over Commercial
thrills and moves his hearers to the WEATHER FORECAST I FUN AND MUSIC Bank, at 8 o'clock Friday evening. I down. May we show you the latest

Mr. C. E. Herrick of Crystal River doing of his will. His greatest power, *
however is in the pastorate where The Black Patti Troubadours, an aggregation 2
was in town today.
Washington March 31.Fair tonightand
his great personal magnetism and Saturday. I I ofelvety vowel-voiced I S. A. STANDLEY &
'- great loving heart make and bind <...z
Mr. J. W. Ward Jr., of Floral City songsters, brisk buck and whirlwind !]
friends to him upon first acquaintance.Dr. ) No Case ofPneumonia .
was in town today. Carroll enters upon\ the greatest Little Miss Elizabeth Davis entertained wing dancers and the unchallenged i, ------ ----

work in the state, in charge: of the yesterday In lovely manner" a champion cake walkers will appear at '

See the boomerangs at the Ocala I greatest rhtirrh among Florida BalI '- number of her young friends at the I tire opera house Saturday night April ,

News Company's store.ExMa'or I tilts and the union of the great man home of her jtarents Mr. and Mrs. D. 1. The great success of this company j PATRONIZE YOUR HOME MERCHANTS '

and the great Il.ople| should bring to \V. Davis on South Third street. is owing to the fact that a first class j jjierformance

the city and community a blessing -..- i by the pick of coon-town [
M. E. Gillette of Tampa'Is
greater than any yet received.Dr. entertainers is always provided. The
5 per cent. discount at J. A. Pittman j
at the Ocala House. Carroll will receive a warm welcome &. Son's. great Black Patti is a whole show In.! AND BUY THEHARD

from the congregation and from herself l the greatest singer of j'
The Ocala Woed Yard supplies woodIn the citizenship, and the hearty and but there are a lot of others. Tickets j
Mrs.!' O. M. Eaton and her bright lit-
any length. Phone 32. enthusiastic support of every memberof on sale at Ocala News Company'sstore.
tle son Oscar, of Lakeland arrived in ; RecordThere
the church and of every friend of on
the work. tne city yesterday afternoon for a visIt s

J. I). Bassett of Anthony was among to friends. MAPIANO

the tax payers in town today.Dr. i MONTEZUMA ARRIVALSB.
I State of Ohio City of Toledo, Lucas

and Mrs. Wm. R. A. Wilson of I Ccunty-ss. EVERY THURSDAYMr. I.. Lisk, T. II. Howard Graham- is no case on record

New York are at the Ocala House. yule: W. J. Crosby city: E. L. Wart-
Frank J. Cheney inak<'-s oath that he
I Vance Weathers, an industrious mann. Citra; J. A. Jordan. Tampa; E. of a cold resulting in
is senior of the firm J. ii't
partner of F.
Ok- farmer of York, came in today to get L. Ross Tampa; W. H. Phifer Abbott; ,
Captain Hatton Howard of the
Cheney & Co., doing business" In the Dr. Hood to go out and examine a Mrs. Jos. Stump, Baltimore; F. S. Morse, Pneumonia, or other seri-
lawaha river was in the city today.
city of Toledo county and state aforesaid Russell, who tried to commit suicide Chicago; J. W. Stanley, Cincinnati; P'I
a few days ago by hanging herself. She I II. Parker Gainesville: ; F. W. ous lung trouble, after
and that said firm will the
has full line of Lowneysbulk pay
Taylor a I seems bent on self destruction. Tampa; W. D. Graham city; C. A.I
candies. They are second to none. sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Russex Fernandina; William S

I for each and every case of Catarrh Jacksonville' ; L. Home city; LE'FiIS'j '

Mr. McCraney the Wildwood tur- : that cannot be cured by the use of Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice' Boozer, city; H. L. Hough, Dunnellon; I FOLEY'SHONEY '

Drugstore. G. McLean Conant; G. M. Arrow city;
pentine operator, was in the city today. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. I
C. M. Brown, Tampa; Chas. Pietro
Sworn to before me and subscribedin Duluth J. W. Rolbert Cornell.Mr. \.
Over 1000 articles to retail at 5 and I this 6th day of Decem- I Mrs. J. C. Carmichael of Binghamp- ; j
10 cents on our counters. The Ocala my presence ton. N. Y., .Miss Edith Stephens and TERMS TO SUIT THE PURCHASER
ber, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason. I Mr.: and Mrs. L. D. Garrison of Cort- .
Bazar. Adams of South Lake Weir who I
land N. Y., of the Ocala
(Seal.) Notary Public. were guests has charge of the Wilson grove was in

Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- House yesterday. town today and reported prospectsvery
Why pay more than 60 cents per ; I I

pound for the best candles? See Tay- nally and acts directly on the blood and i bright for a big crop. We are now prepared to do tuning and .
J. Brumby the well known newspaper -
lor's line.Messrs.. mucous surfaces of the.system. Send I man leaves Sunday for Tallahassee ,
for testimonial" free. where he will do newspaper I Dr. Van Hood is vaccinating the colored : and TAR repairing on short notice.
to beat the band.
work during the session of the legisla- population I
Curton and Jordan of Tampa F. J. Cheney & ( 1', Toledo O. ture. This afternoon there were fully twen-

were in town today, talking up the Sold by all druggists. 75 cents. Take ty-five children in line for the virus.L. ,

Cable piano. IhlJ's Family Pilis for constipation.THE had been taken.It .
On our 5 and 10 cent counters we

Seeds of all kinds", fresh an? reliablefor I sacrifice profit to give genuine bar- B. Thompson, assistant general I stops tHe cough and
FATS AND THE LEANS gains. Th Ocala Bazar. manager of the Oklawaha steamers
fall and winter planting, at Ty- i with his daughter of Palatka, dined at j
dings and Co I will play baseball: Tuesday and Friday I I the Ocala House today. i heals the lungs and'pre- :
| Mr. G. B. Murrell, a large factor in I
for the benefit of the Ocala hospital. i
I | the turpentine and lumber business" vents serious results froma ?
Asher Frank thinks it will be the event
Mclver & MacKay have just received -
I C. E. Herrick and Robert J. Knight
j around Morriston has left Morriston
a solid carload of chairs from i iof the season. of Crystal River, two prominent pro- cold.
Ashboro N. C. j for Lakeland. Mr. M. is a very progressive I rooters, were in town today.
I I and liberal man and his departure I Do not take chances on
When bilious try a dose ot Chamberlain's '
Our stock of blank books, stationery.Itatloners' is deeply regretted by the Mor-
Stomach and Liver Tablets and
supplies is compltte Call I riston people. II HAS HIM DOWN I a cold wearing away or 1:
realize for once how quickly a first '
on us. Ocala News Co. I I II "John said ef I ever married again with
class up-to-date medicine will correct Mrs. Cam, mother of Superintendent experiment some unknown -
I 1 his ghost would come back and haunt I
I the disorder. For sale by the Postoffice I Carn, returned tis afternoon from a me" said the widow. that
Mrs. E. II. Mote, after pleasant vis- visit to Reddick. preparation
Drugstore. "You reckon he'll be as good as his
it to her sister Mrs. Will Hocker, has I "
word? costs the same as
returned to Jacksonville.A. Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice' I you
ain't I've
"I a bit afeared of it. got
J. C. Mathews, the Flemington farmer -
Drugstore. two tons o' granite over him an' a Foley's Honey and Tar.
I. George will lecture at the court was in town today, interviewing spiked steel railin1 all around. John's I

house tomorrow night and Monday .County Superintendent Cam about I thar to stay!" I Remember the name and .
night on "\Chat is a Prison?" school matters.

It isn't the thing you do or say get the genuine.A .
Mclver and MacKay have Just You mil find at our sore, also at
It's all in the way you do or say it;

ed an elegant line of the very latest the Ocala House stand a full line of cigars What yould the egg amount to, pray.If .
Bavi S.Woodro I
paterns in grips valises and suit cases. souvenirs and post cards. Our r WI the hen got on the perc hto lay it? Severe Cold for Thru Months.

cards are lpcal and very pretty. Call
The following epitaph is to be foundin The following letter from A, J. Nus- Just received a carload of Old HI ckory Wagons, the best on the market --
W. I. Polk of Morriston has sold his and see them. Ocala News Company. I
livery business to J. A. Parham. Mr.: I I a cemetery within seven miles ofNew baum, of Batesville, lad., tells its own for the least money. Also a full line of General Hardware. Give us a call
i i story: "I suffered for three months witha
P. and family expect to leave Morris- I I York's city hall: i inspect the goods and the price will do the rest.
callers the
Among the pleasant at severe cold. A druggist prepared me
ton. Star office today were Prof. J. G. McKinney "Reader, pass on; don't waste wour I some medicine and a physician pre Fla.
T. W. SMITH & CO. Hardware Dealers Ocala
I. J. Fort and T. T. Gallowayof time I scribed for me, yet I did not improve. I.
Watches for ladles and gentlemen, Candler. Mr. Galloway, who has O'er bad biography and bitter rhyme; I then tried Foley's Honey and Tar,
from $1.50 to J70 each. A big line to spent the winter here among his orange For what I am this crumbling clay and eight doses cured me."

trees will leave Tuesday for Oregon insures.
select from. A. E. Burnett, the Jew- '
He will attend the big show at And what I was is no affair of yours." Three sizes-25c 50c, Jl.OO.

eler and WatchmakerJ. Portland this summer and tarry next ,.- The 50 cent size contains two and A. E. BURNETT

winter amid the giant fir trees of the OCALA FLORIDA Lives of farmers all remind us one-half times as much as the small size

W. Hilton the grapefruit grower Cascade mountains. We may roll in wealth some day I and the $1.00 bottle almost six timesas "

of Belleview. is shipping his crop of If we hustle to the market much. .

1904, which he had protected. A load Ocala. News Company ard Ocala. With the eggs our pullets lay. .- .

of them came to Ocala today. House stand hav the celebrated La SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY THE JEWELER

Espuela cigar, Grand Royal. Milo Deyo The Postoffice Drugstore. Ocala
Just received fresh candy at Taylor's. REAL ESTATE
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and other brands. Try them and you --
Sparrows Chocolates, Caramel Finding health is like finding moneyso
Beauties Marshmallows and Alakuma. will be pleased.Conductor NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE Diamonds Watches Rings
LOANS think those who are sick. When Fine Jewelry ,
Under and by virtue! of a certain decree -
ycu have a cough, cola Bore throat or
of the Ocala rendered by the Hon W. S Bullock -
McIHvaine Handsome China Sterling
Miss Hattie Dye, one of the popularand I Cut Glass
chest irritation, better act promptly ,
successful teachers of the Ocala ? and Homosassa run has gone to I INVESTMENTS judge of the circuit court of the I ,
Gainesville for a few days. like W. C. Barber of Sandy Level. Va. fifth judicial circuit of Florida in and '
i Graded School, gave a picnic to her Silver and Hollow Ware.
for :Marion: count. in ('haneerin a :
I pupils yesterdayjdfternoon in the shad- He says: "I had a terrible chest trouble,

Ve.l grove near Oak Hurst. We have: just opined up and have on caused by smoke and coal dust on my certain cause rending therein whereinG. S
S. Scott as receiver etc., is complainant -
t -S-- display one of the handsomest lines of lungs; but after finding no relief ini and William Pendleton and ARTICLES!

On or about Thursday, Saturday, rugs and art squares ever shown in the I i other remedies, I was cured by Dr. Zemula C. Pendleton are defendants ,

April 1, Gadson, the originator of 5 and city. McIver & MacKay. P Pllosllate Laildsa I II | King New Discovery for Consumption said decree rendered on the 18th day of FOUNTAIN PENS ; .
10 cent counters in Ocala, will open upa I .:March A. D. 1905. I will offer for saleto
Coughs and Colds. Greatest sale
5 and 10 cent counter department in I the highest and best bidder for cashat
the Bazar Store. Mr. E. E Vogle of Gainesville IT. s. of any cough or lung medicine In the public outcry before the court house

referee in bankruptcy is in the city, the world. At the Anti-Monopoly Drug- ooor (south) in Ocala. Marion county OPTICAL GOODSWatch

Peace and quiet has reigned for two guest of the Ocala House. Florida between the legal hours of sale,
50c. and $1
store guaranteed.'l'rial
days in this city-not a warrant sworn I Specialty on the
a bottle free.Souvenir.
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out for misconduct of any kind. Souvenir Card' at the Postoffice' p hirst Monday in May, A. D. 1905, to- Repairing a Specialty

I Drugstore. wit: May 1, 1905, .

I Giles-. woodyard has the largest sup \ Cards nt tne Postoffice the following described real propertyin :

.. ply Ot love and fireplace wood in the We understand that Mr. J. H. Spencer -.- Drugstore. Marion county Florida, to-wit:

town. Three wagons running.V Prompt the machinist and autoist. has a Commence) feet north and 1G6; feet OCALA FLORIDA

: delivery and large load contract to put an electric light plantin I It is not wealth nor power nor state. west of se corner of lot 50. Caldwell's
the Ocala House. have the following properties in But git up and git that makes men addition to the town of Ocala. :Marion \
Fla., thence north 7.07 chains
great. county
Ocala and vicinity for sale:
I thence west 1: 3-10 feet, thence south
I II Gold pens and fountain pens at A. E. BABBITT METALWe 7.07 chains thence 12:! 3-10 feet to point The Final Adventures "

I Burnett's.Mr. 2. Two-story house on South Orange of beginning; also begin at a point :.55;

I Chlicken'sWash street; belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin have several hundred pounds of I chains west of ne corner of said lot 50,

Earl the hotel man at Tangerine, and next door to residence of D. S. babbitt metal that we will dispose of to thence west 1.274 chains thence s 7.07
1.27: chains. north of Sherlock Holmes
chains thence east :
Orange county, came up today to pay Woodrow. mill men at prices greatly to their ad-
his old friend Hon. J. C. French, at vantage. Write or call at once. The 7.07 chains to point of beginning or so
Suits Spring Park a visit. much thereof as may be necessary to

3. All of block ::. Caldwell's addItion Star.A satisfy the said decree and costs. I

5 and 10 cent counter departmentnow to Ocala (one acre) being the L. W. Duval Now Running in the
bird on the bonnet is worth ten on I Special Master in Chancery.
being opened up in the Ocala Ba- property immediately north of Mr. J. the plate.

IN ALL SERVICEABLE zar Store-Gadson. R. Moorhead's home. I SERIOUS STOMACH

Captain Bridges, accompanied by .
FABRICSat 5. The Lewis Plater workshop on
Mrs. R. and little girl and Mrs. W. J. I Drugstore.
I was troubled with a distress in my
Chambers and little girl drove out to South Second street.
stomach and
stomach. sour vomiting
the springs yesterday and enjoyed the "When folly is bliss 'tis ignorance to spells, and can truthfully say that
day 7: The Rogers place on the south- be otherwise." Stories Were Secured
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver a Cost of Sixty Cents a Word These Wonderful

from west edge of town consisting of two- Tablets cured -Mrs. T. V. Williams Subscription Price for the Thirteen Sundays Mailed to Any Address for SOc.
If you want china or crockery of any :Mich. For sale by
story house and SO acres of land. BEST COUGH MEDICINEFOR Laingsburg '
Will be Written After These
No More Romances of the Great Detective
kind see us ht <.:ice. as we have Just CHILDREN the Postoffice Drugstore.

received one of the biggest jobs in this Wade Hoard property, consisting -

49 CENTS TO $2.50at ware ever shown in Ocala :Mclver I 8. The of small house and lot due When you buy a cough medicine for rheumatism SUBSCRIBE NOW AND GET THE BENEFIT OF THESE STORIES

I small children you want one in which
& MacKay. south of D. E. :Mclver's residence. you can place implicit confidence. You dron of Dilton Junction. Iowa. "My

want one that not only relieves but joints were stiff and gave me much ..
Local Address i -
I Notify the Carrier or Agent, or ;
April 3 two hogs will be sold at high 9. 2H acres !of land on S. 10th St., cures. You want one that is unquestionably pain and discomfort My joints would

!noon at the city pound. Take note of adjoining property of J. :M. :Meffert; harmless. You want one thatis crack when I straightened up. I used

it. You may be the owner. suitable for subdividing into lots; I pleasant to take. Chamberlain's Chamberlain's Pain Balm and have I ): E'ATLANTAJOURNALd
Cough Remedy meets all of these con- been thoroughly cured. Have, not ha '
known as the Gamble place. for ache from the old troublefor Circulation 10 S. Broad St, Atlanta, Ga. ':
There was an alarm of fire this afternoon I ditions. There is nothing so good a pain nor Department --
the coughs and colds incident to childhood many months. It is certainly a, I
from a house on South :Magnolia -
The Boston Store 10. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona St. For sale by the Postoffice Drugstore most wonderful liniment. For sale
street The fire was extinguished I For Sale at the Ocala News Stands.
before the department could reach it. next door to residence of R. G. Blake. I Ocala Florida. I by the Postoffice Drugstore.


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Volume JO, Number 248. OCALA FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a YearS .!f_

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J JUST RECEIVED: TAMPA'S LAST SENSATIONDavid We have just received I I II! -""<>'. :,I'--

_. Tyre, Wedded to Miss Florence The largest assortment of

Wiggins, at the Pistol's Muzzle,
Lot of Fancy Crackers, Also Na-
Su5s for Divorce

biscosA. Tampa, Fla., March :31.-One sensa-
B. Snaps in Barrels tion follows another in quick succes I

slon in this live city, and the local [la-I j I

Butter Thins and One-Pound Packages' pers are constantly full of out-o-the-!',

Cracker Meal ordinary episodes in which well known !'

people figure. The latest sensation isj I!Ever brought to Ocala, and our prices

the marriage of David Tyre, -
a prominent
Maple Syrup in Quart Bottles, One- young white man in the emplo1ot j.are right. Come and make a selection "
Half and Gallon Tins the customs service at Port Tampa, i
and Miss Florence Wiggins, an attractive [ while the stock is unbroken.
young lady, aged 2The/ event
Hire's Ginger Ale and Root Beer for occurred at 2 o'clock Wednesday
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Family Use morning.The
way the affair leaked out was I .
by Tyre swearing out warrants against |
AT THE Alfinzn I.urnsicle and Benjamin Wigj j
gins, charging them with aggravated W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO. (
j.issault.i awl Tyre through his attor-I
TEAPOT GROCERYIINIIERTAKERS nets, also filed suit in the circuit court
for the annulment of his marriage.
I From what can be learned it appears THE ONE PRICE HOUSE.
that while at his post of duty last
Tuesday night at 11:30::: o'clock at Port I
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Tampa docks' Tyre was held up by
Hurnside' and Wiggins with pistols and I I
forced to accompany them to a carriage -
-AND- which was waiting, being then Ocala Music Company have experienced Order it now. .t>Ur end $1 per load I' I
drivm) rapidly to Tampa. The men Ocala Wood Yard. Phone
men In their employ who will 5:
,told Tyie they intended to make him :
I. marry Miss' Wiggins An hour after tune your piano Right, and put it in! I

midnight W. S. 4'atheart, a notary first class condition in every respect, EVERY THURSDAY I l
public was roused' from bed and accompanied -
We have two Registered Un the party to the residenceof making any repairs that may be need .
ed. Their work Is all guaranteed fully.
dertakersEMBALMERS and Embalmers Miss Wiggins, where the marriage Seed time is here. Our seeds have

All work entrusted to I Icare ceremony was performed, the bride Patronize your home merchants. the reputation for being the best on !
being quite ill at the time Burnsideis
will receive prompt and I a brother-in-law of Miss Wiggins the market Tydings &: Co.
and Wiggins is her cousin. Tyre, in
skilled attention. All
em- his suit for annulment, declares that I '
balming folly guaranteed. A he was forced into the marriage 'I '
(Finch residence), three blocks from
I During November and December,
against his wishes and in fear of great
stock of Caskets and B E [
splendid bodily harm. 1903 one-fifth of the death in New i public square, one block from government -

Burial Robes carried at all I York and Chicago were from pneumonia. building site; a full block of one

times. COUGHED ALL NIGHTBut Foley's Honey and Tar not only I acre of land; 10-room houBe]; with ( )

stops the cough but heals anC strength- i I bath; finished in curly pine and cedar;

OCALA FURNITURE CO Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's els the lungs and prevents pneumonia, I all modem conveniences. This prop-

V Cough Remedy so do not take chances on a cold wear- erty will double in value in two years.

i Price, J3500. Your own terms, if taken
F. j ing away when Foley's Honey and Tar I
Phone No. 10. Night phone No. 94. "A few mornings ago Mr. J. G. Smith- I
will cure you quickly and prevent serious quick. Ditton and Maloney, agents.
erman, a good citizen of this place,
results. Sold by the PostofficeDrugstore.
came to the store for a cough medi FOR RENT The
Max Newberjer I
For cine." says Dr. C. N. Parnell of Maples- I
residence, occupied by J. Starr Stern-I
WATCHESAnd ville, Ala. "He was so hoarse that he I
YEll1e berger in the third ward,
could hardly talk and said he had II South Third and Pine streets; an eightor

REPAIRSGO I crughed all the night before. I sold hima LA ESPUELA CIGARSPURE nine room house; hot and cold baths,

bottle of Chamberlain's Cougb Rem- I i electric lights, all modern conveniences

TO- edy and told him that If it did not relieve HAVANA STOCK II I i I and elegantly finished. For terms and
him he might oring the bottle
F. G. B. W.EIHE I Made by the FamousLA I I particulars address the Blount Real
back and get his money. I saw hiM the I Estate Company.
Tfie Jeweler. next morning carrying t\.e bottle to I REGINA CIGAR COMPANY I
the store where he works, and he told I <<
OF TAMPA ; Many items on our 5 cent counter
I me it did him more good than any med- I that sell regularly at other places for I

MoIvER & MAOKAYI icine he ever used." For sale by the A Full Stock of All Their Brands end 10 cents, and many items on our 10 .
Postoffice Drugstore. cent counter that sell regularly at other '
I II Grades Carried II! places for 20 and 25 cents. Come ,
I and see for yourself. The Ocala Bazar.I

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I and library cars
OCALA NEWS CO., Proprietors j I Is our
Fine Caskets St Louis Chicago, the West and II II I I

Northwest, with much quicker time I tradeincreas I

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Work Hone by Licensed Embalmers I dining car service in the South. i,about 60 volumes of the late and popu- :j :: :

and Full GuaranteedJ.McftSealy Leave St. Augustine dally 8 a. m. lar novels, that we are renting out at! ingI

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Arrive Chicago next day. 4530 i p. m. .
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Louis Chicago, on S. A. L., 8:55 a. m., ,
train to Pensacola, Mobile and New I II pany. I I 1
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best service is desired ask for I plete line of soaps, perfumes and toi. I I

Cabinet Work a SpecialtyCareful tickets via L. & N. I let articles In the city. Tydings and I! 0. K. GROCERY I'.
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Attention Given to NonResident I call on or write Geo. E. Herring, Fla. I !, Phone 174. CLARK BROS. i. ;

Properties. Pass Agt., 206 W. Ray St., Jacksonville See our immense line of picture :
Fla.CREAMERY, frames and mouldings. An endless variety I -- i i

i, of design, size and finish, and ii I :!

Painting and Paperhanging I BUTTER !accordin i price. We gto frame your any ideas.picture: Mclver in price&, it i t i OPERA HOUSE E

\Ve do all kinds of Painting, Pa- 25 CENTS A POUND !!! MacKay. ,

perhanging and Upholstering.} I Saturday night, April 1 j
1 I
' The Carmichael & Son Co. keep constantly -
Let us bid on your Work. Every job on hand, receiving a fresh supply I '
guaranteed to be first class. every two days, delicious, pure, ;,, Philadelphia, March :31.-George I
Georgia creamery butter 23: cents per 'ifolket i president of the Huntington &
KNIGHT & GILLETT .inroad Mountain Railroad Company. i BLACK PATTITROUBADOURS I II
pound, kept on icePhone No. 37. j!':and a director in many leading financial )

Next to Chinese Laundry. and business concerns, dropped I
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CUT OFF COMMUNICATIONBetween 'dead of heart disease yesterday. .

Vladivostok and Harbin-The REND THIS: E (
Voice of Nicholas is Still for War
All features
i| I new
Now Is the time to have your Car- -

riage, Buggy or Wagon painted.We Paris. March : .-A dispatch received Ripley, Tenn., June 1, 1901. ;
I from St. Petersburg says that the I |
do all kinds of Repair Work i Japanese hal'ut, the railroad between Dr. E. W. Hall St. Louis, Mo.-Dear i RKFINED: I j
Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing. I Harbin and Vladivostok. They 1 Sir: Having tried various remedies I 40 II.\SI'KRS 40 !'
have sent the Russian siege i I CuM taLt N> I
guns cap-
Rubber Tires set by the Patent Goodyear I without satisfactory results I was per-
tured at Port Arthur in the directionof f
Machine. |suaded to give your "Texas Wonder" a BLACK PATTI :
Vladivostok. The Russians, aftera I
Automobiles painted and repaired. severe fight have evacuated Guntzu' : trial. I have used one battle, and al- I 'line.?is>iertta Junes) I i I ,

Bring us your work. We are prepared Pass. ; though my case is one of long standing .
The greatest singer of her rate,
to do it better and cheaper than I NO Peace in SightSt. I j that baffled the skill of the best physi- 'I ; I j

anyone else. : Petersburg March 31.-The Rus- i, clan yet it yielded at once to the "Tex- J
j i.lkuyeslo\'o states: that it is able tostate 'as Wonder," which. I heartily recommend -I. j:
W. F. McATEER Prop. on good authority that the reports I
to all suffering from kidney and : i
-- ______ n_ that peace negotiations had JOHN ROCKER '
lominemed have no foundation. The :bladder troubles. Yours truly, j
I derision of the czar to continue the W. H. Bruton i I .
PURE MILK victorious result is obtained "The Alabama: Blossom"Funniest
; war until 1 Pastor Baptist church Ripley, Tenn.. j, I
i is irrevocable. The paper states
1 the equipping of the fourth Russian I M Colored Man
Pure Milk and Creamare I squadron will be completed in April. A TEXAS WONDER Alive

the greatestof Taking Full Possession i lOne small bottle of the Texas Wonder -.1 i
among Presenting the M<- Musa.: farce
i, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all 1 Try
Gunshu Pas March 31.-Chinese
table! delicacies. Theyare merchants arriving here after a circuitous | Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes I "LOONEY DREAMLAND"

both RICH PURE and flight from Mukden relate ]Gravel, cures Diabetes, Seminal Emis-, I i
I that the Japanese have taken over the '
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; sions, Weak and Lame Backs' Rheumatism -' t 20-and-20 4
WHOLESOME if suppliedby administration of Manchuria. Theyhave
and all irregularities of the Kidneys ,1
installed officials in thepiace
I Japanese I
; Smartest and Swellest
Variety, i
of Chinese taken possession of and Bladder in both men and I 1 ;i _
Russian administration buildings and women. Regulates Bladder troubles iri II Minstrel and Operatic Specialties' ;!
established a Japanese police force at i this-the Great-
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY i children. If not sold by your druggist J'ever produced by I
Mukden. The work of converting the est Colored Show on Earth.r .-
GEO. B. TYLER. Proprietor.IOLETSffOWfAJi. railroad from Port Dalnto Mukden, will be sent by mail on receipt of Jl.\ i

-- -. -_ into a narow guage has bt-en completed One small bottle is two months' treatment ':
-- giving the Japanese three rail- I; and seldom fails to to cure an) Prices 50 and 75 cents. I[( I
road lines of supply. Fresh Japanese" I '.
; case above mentioned. Tickets on sale at Ocala News;. !
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: 0 a oeseecting whisper. "We'll never
hear the last of it" THE COLORED w PEOPLE'SDEPARTMENT :

HARDWARE! BERT'S She sank back weakly. Atlantic Coast Line '

"Oh! I-I-it's so very new you I

know. I'm not accustomed to it yet -

STRATEGYBy You-you are not angry with me, I Rev.,J. E. A. Keeler, Editer.

RUTH SANTELLE "Angry with you? :Never as long as -
We carry a full and complete line of I"- Easter egg dyes at the' New Drug-
"Of course I didn't mean that But .
Copyright 1904. by K. M. Whitehead gf-
anyway yuu mustn't surprise me so TH E EAST Over its own rails to S.?vannan, Charleston Richmond. I Howard Academy concert tonight.All .
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS C 0 violently.! It might; make me 1-1-like All Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry. are invited.

Bertie Tempe! came hurriedly up the you less. N j. I guess I'd better nut let

steps with a purposeful look in his usually you tonight just for punishment :X>>- TO TH E WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and :Dixia: Hall Swell entertainment at Odd Fellows'
Stoves. Heaters and Ran es. Every Kind of I-well! If you're going to feel so heartbroken Monday night
dreamy eyes that elicited a murmur Flyer route via Atlanta.TO
just oneery tiny one right The editor of this department is In
of surprised comment from the
WERE FENCING here," Indicating the tip of a rosy ear. THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphiaand Lakeland attending pastoral'duties.
nearest groups on the hotel piazza. He
The elaborate performance was hard- Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York Washington.
made straight for the corner where ly concluded when Sunday will be a high day in. all of
a small agitated Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
PHOSPHATE our city churches. Be at
I Dorothy Vane was holding merry court. voice came very close to Mr. Temple'sown your post.
Transportation Comp any for Baltimore and Philadel-
Mayhap It was rude to Interrupt Up auditory member. Holy communion at St James P. E.
Steamship phia.
right's best story but the fair lady "Bertie: I'm positive smell fresh church Sunday morning at 8 o'clock.

I lifted questioning eyes, and Bertie cigar smoke! Do you suppose any one
and MILL KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.Route The description of another Generalin
plunged into the hostile masculine cir is listening"round the corner? I shall the Devil's Army will appear to-

cle. simply die. of the celebrated trains, New York & Florida Special Florida and morrow. i

Sash Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds "If you please Miss Dorothy, I should The quarter.answer Out came of the from dusk an of unexpected the low- West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. Campbell's Comedy Company will

like to beg a few moments' conversation I music room window stepped the youthful Quickest schedules, superior service. For information as to r&tes, schedules have a rehearsal at Masonic hall next

-private, if I may make so bold." immaculate figure of Miss Doro- etc., consult the purple folder, or rommunicate with T. C. White, D. P. I Tuesday night
This is the Tool] that .
for the
Perhaps it was reason thy's brother Bob. A., Tampa; W. J, Craig, G. P. A.,; H. M. Emerson T. M.. Wilmington.. C:
Call at the Mack House for comfor-
this frank made with such
request apparent -
"Hello yau two! he greeted genially, ; table lodging and first class meals.
confidence In its being granted
-FOR- but with carefully modulated voice. "I West Broadway.
sounded so unlike diffident self deprecatory didn't mean to listen more than a minute Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest
Bertie that her woman's curiosity Pay your grocer and doctor, your
but it was too ;good; a chance to

Fall and Spring Crops s sI was swains aroused.received At a any gracious rate, the but furious aggregate learn how. I knew you'd not mind so Via Chicago and Florida Limited.Solid Star pastor dues your without taxes faiL your rent and your

IT much, bring all in the family. But seriously
smile for their kindness, and
old. man. I'm no end glad! vestibule train of Pullman sleeping observation, library, dining car :M. L. Heatley of Silver Springs who
Miss Dorothy was borne away down Rather have for a brother than has been to Crystal River visiting his
you any and catches between Sr Augustine and Chicago! via Atlanta, Chattanooga and
We will fee pleased the moonlit piazza on the arm of that fellow I know-.tlx>upli;; I had a suspicion Nashville. mother, returned yesterday.The .

vandal, Temple. that Dot made a practice of refus-
d to see you at a 1 "I'm in a deuce of a hole, Dollie be- Magnolia Restaurant is the
ing you about once a w'k.nd here's Leave St. Augustine.. ...... .... ....F. E. c'. Jty.... ,. ...... ... 8:20 a. m. place to get your choice meals and
Bertie, low and hurriedly. "I can'ttell
times. gan anybody else, but I know you'llhelp my most brotherly kiss for the maidennot Arrive Jacksonville.... ........ ......}o'. E. C. Ry.... ....... ......9:20 a. tn lunches at living prices. W. L. Jones,
on the either: And
a fellow out It's that Miss Simp- ear Bob Leave Jacksonville..A. C. L. R. R....... ... .. 9:30 a. m. manager.
gleefully on one and then the
MKRION HKRDMKRE C0 kins-oh, I suppose It sounds frightfully other. a man who had risen to accepthis Arrive Tifton..A. C. L. R. R. ..... ... ..... 1:25 p. m. The Black Patti Company will be

caddish-but I should think you felicitations with quiet dignity anda Leave Tifton... .... ... ... ... ..G. S. & y. Ry.... ... .....1.30p.m. at the opera house tomorrow night

SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacDUFF. must have seen! Encouraged by my girl who stood with both hands pressed Arrive Macon..G. S. & F. Ry.. ... ......4:15 p. m. Special space will be reserved for the

childlike countenance to take advantage to a palpitating: breast. Leave Macon..... ..... ... ... ...C. of Ga. Ry .. ..... ......4:20 p. m. I colored people.L. .

like all the others" "This will just about sin your release Arrive Atlanta..C. of Ga. Ry ..... ...... ...7:00: p..n. C. Jackson was hastily summoned -

"Most unhappy Infant!' Interrupted on the Simpkins' question won'tIt Leave Atlanta..W. & A. R. R..... ..... .7:13 p. m. by telegram from his wife, the im-
LUMBeRROUGH Dorothy, with a sympathetic pat on his Bertie?" continued the port we know not. He and his niece
white flanneled sleeve. "You have had the garrulousBob. Arrive Chattanooga..W. & A. R. R.... .. ... ".10:57 p. m. left for Cedar Keys Wednesday.For .
"By live that cheerful !skeleton
our united commiserations for a week. Leave Chattanooga..N. C. & St. L. Ry. .....10:04 p. m.
came tiptoeing: into the music room choice groceries, fruits candies
If that amiable spinster harbors no design Just before Arrive Nashville. ...._ ...... ......N. C. &: St L -Ry. ........3:13 a. m.
you two obscured my out- etc., call at Mention's grocery, two
upon your Innocent head appear look and left with obvious reluctanceon Leave Nashville... ... .... .... ..L. & N. R. R.. .. .... .. ...3:40 a. m. doors below the city market Goods

OR DRESSED ances are indeed misleading. Only don't, discovering. I suppose it's, regis- Arrive Evansville..L.. & N. R. R.... .... ...8:10. a. m. delivered to any part of the city.

I beseech you ask me to abuse a faithful tered to my discredit: but I hadn't the Leave Evansville.... .... .... ......1.. & N. R. R..... .. .......8:20 a. m.
or. conscience by hiding her false frontor Mrs. C. C. Curry has opened a. first
moral courage to resign the window Arrive St. Louis! ... n. ... ...... ....L. & N. R. R... .. .......1:53 p. Hi class dress making, fitting and cutting
like that"o
See or Phone "anything seat In her favor." Leave Evansville..B. & T. H. R. R..... ......8:20 a. m. business. Work done in the latest and
:\ Dollie, I have my plan-amazingly -
Dorothy's hands suddenly covered her
best styles. Residence, one block north
Arrive Terra Haute..E. & T. H. R. 11..11:45 a. m.
simple and, I think you'll admit,
face, but not in time to quench a little of county jaiL
rather clever." Then he added, with a Leave Terra Haute... .... ..........C. & E. I. R. R.. .... .....11JO a. In.
B. H. SEYMOUR gasping sound that was not more than
sharp glance from the corners of his half laughter. Arrive Chicago. ...... ... ... .... ..O. & E. L R. P.... .. .....4:30 p. m. The Ocala Union Concert Band Is
unobserved the maiden to be complimented for holding together -
eyes, by smiling Bertie took one step to her side and
"Ami, If you'll only say yes Dollie This train IS the standard of perfection in passenger service. For Pullman its organization the year round.
PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla. threw a protecting arm across the bent will visit Howard tonight
we ought to be able to get some fun out shoulders. Under that shelter reservations and other inlormation apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry., I They Academy -
a flut- in a body.
of it thrown In. tering little heart was proclaiming: St. Augustine, or AtlantI cCoast Line office, 138 W. Bay St, Jacksonville FlaAirLine I

"Unveil your mystery," came the animated "She did come! It was the truth and \ A. W. Walker, the world champion

command. not a Joke to make I shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen
me wretched! I
J. R. MARTIN & CO. "It's just this: The old, old bore but could never have married a man who I I Ij razors, hair clippers and scissors and
i i be convinced of his superior skilL Rai -
tonholed me after dinner tonight and would lie to me!" I j
i zors honed and concaved in'all styles.
that she'd discovered
whispered laughingly "Dot must be Seaboard
we ning to think how
I Ry I Call at No. 115, N. :Magnolia street,
the music room window behind cut up old lady Slmi\,ins will be," ventured j next S. A. L.

GENERAL LIVERYMENFine the portieres was the most heavenly Bob, "and nervous, I suppose at I
place to watch the moonlight on the being Interrupted so suddenly. Never I II All the ministers in and around

waves and that she was going to feast mind, little girl. I'll go right away and -FOR- Ocala, irrespective of denomination

her soul there this evening and-oh, never tell a soul. Only she might are asked to meet at Mt. Zion A. M. E.

you know the sort of stuff! Of courseIt show brother her Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines Raleigh j church Monday afternoon at 3 o'clockto
new rIng-or is it all organize a ministers' union. Rev.S. .
Carriages, Buggies and Traps would be the most natural thing In so very new that the ring hasn't arrived Richmond Washington Baltimore Philadelphia A. Gibbs, progenitor.L. .
the world for me to forget It If I had yet?" ,

Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. persuaded my fiancee to sit with me "So new that the ring was about to and New York. Green, the tonsorial artist and

Just outside the window." He stopped be produced when you appeared," replied lightning shaver. My, razors shave soft
suddenly as they reached the corner of and sweet and my hair-cutting is the
Bertie In
a deep voice taking
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES I the east piazza caught both the girl's Dollie's left hand and slipping some- best. I have two of the finest chairs

hands and held them for an instant. thing very quickly on to her finger. that turn every way. Razors fixed In all

"Dollie, will you be engaged to me for "Oh!" she cried, with a quaver of delight SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED styles.Broadway Call, next and to be A.convinced.Smith. West
hour to save a fellow from the
an just
then she sat down
; very abruptly,
Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses "
clutches? leaning forward to let the moonlight SEABOARD EXPRESS Rev. H. W. Little will preach for
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. Dorothy's head went high the scentof sparkle on the beautiful stone. I Rev. J. B. Brown at St. James Episcopal -

battle In her delicate nostrils. During For once In his life Bob showed sufficient church Sunday night at 7:30

the barely perceptible hesitationher discretion to steal noiselessly SEABOARD MAIL o'clock. Subject: "Parable of the Ten

J. R. MARTIN & CO. mind held the picture of a recent away. Virgins." All are invited. This is his

day when she had been cheated out of She sat very still, absently turningthe farewell talk.

an afternoon's sailing with the adorable circlet this way and that, watchingthe
-- -- -- MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT It is no disgrace for a man to work,
Freddie Burton by Miss Simpkins'meddlIng. flash of changing colors; then, witha be he preacher or layman. It may t

shaky little sigh she slipped it off'' i'hfc Seaboard Florida Limited is a solid vestibuled train composed sxlusively seem humiliating at first but it won't

DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBANDOr "I'll do it, Freddie" she whispered In and held It toward him. "It's very ; : of new Pullman equipment dining car, double drawing room, sleepers look so when you get the cash in your

gay excitement.A lovely, Bertie. 1 guess the girl you hands. There are so many who wear
Father ? moment later Mr. Temple was seating bought, it for won't mind my having it staterooir and observation cars, operating between St. Augustine and the clerical garb who do nothing but
or his fiancee pro tern beneath the on for a few minutes. Aren't you go- Jacksonville to New York via Washington; leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. walk about and gossip and try to discourage -

wide, dark music room window. Ing to tell me who she !Is, Bertie? m.. and Jacksonville 1:20.. m. daily, including Sundays. those who will work. Sooneror
It so, let us show you how to cure them of the terrible curse of drink. Dollie mine" he breathed In later this class of clerical tramps
"Ah, We'el'een pretty good friends,
APPLETINE never fails to cure, and the beauty of this is, that the patient admirably loverlike tones, while the know." you ONLY LINE will be forced to work, starve, or be
never knows how he stopped the drink habit. Trial treatment and directionssent hard road subjects. Watch it
postpaid on receipt of 23c. Full treatment, $3. All communications co young lady thus possessively addressed Straight and tall he stood before her. Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans

ndentlal. half suppressed hysterical giggles, "Yes Dollie, I am going to tell you
For full information and sleeper reservations, can on any agent Seaboard, A 40-ACTOR SHOW
"at last I have you to myself and who she is," he answered slowly, then
GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 1083 Gates Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. from all those smirking cads that or write:
away dropped on one knee and slipped the Now that the Bostonians, that famous

-- -_. ---- cluster around you as if they had the ring back on the finger from which A. O. MACDONELL, A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON. JR., P. A., and representative singing organization -

right The right Is mine now, isn't it, she had removed it. "She Is you, you, Jacksonville, Florida. which has held the most com-
sweetheart?" you," he whispered! "and no one else
JACKSONVILLE FLOR'DA manding position in the history of light
"Yees'ery faintly. in the wide world. May it stay there,
. ThePORTLAND Thus encouraged, the happy lover my Dollie?" opera singing in this country for over

. GUN . drew nearer and availed himself of "Bertie," and her eyes grew luminous thirty years, has passed away, it remains -

two tempting white hands. Miss Dorothy with wonder, "do you mean that you CHEAP RATES TO for the Greater Black Patti

removed them from his tender still care after I have refused you-oh, !Troubadours to sustain the popular interest

EXPOSITIONOpens clasp with vehemence. "Now: Bertie, I don't like to think how many times? I in the melodies of the standard
LOCKSMITHRepairing California and the NorthwestTHE
how many times have I to tell you"- But I never knew how nice you could operas and songs of the day, and the
There was just the tiniest rustling be." I songs of the Sunny South. As a sIng-
a Specialty.The the window. NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY ing organization the Black Patti Trou-
within "Yon chaVe
never gave me the he
badours is absolutely without equal In
June 1st.Low "Dollie," he whispered, "you mustn't answered happily, "so I had to try "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE"Offers this country. The press of the Unit-

forget we're engaged!" tratezv." I ed States has proclaimed this to be a

The hands resigned themselves! limplyto low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest. fact, and though they are only hum-

THE Rates Will Prevail the inevitable."I A FAVORITE REMEDY FOR BABIES I Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable.$55.10PorUand ble colored entertainers, yet when they

hope you realize dearest"-the Its pleasant taste ana prompt cures I Seattle, Vancouver and British Columbia points. blend their repertoires all question of
ARE YOU GOING? voice became audible again, and race, creed and condition Is forgotten.
have made Chamberlain's Cough Rem- -t9.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte, Anaconda, Missoula and intermediate
Dorothy was surprised to notice how The Black Patti Troubadours will be
TEXAS PACIFIC BE CAREFUL in pleasantly caressing BertIe's'oice edy a favorite with the mothers ol small points on the Northern Pacific Railway. I the attraction at the opera house, Sat-

fop Selecting Your Route Westof could be-"that you have made me the Children. It quickly cures their coughs $+t.70-San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego Benson, Phoenix, Pres- urday, April 1.WOMEN'S.

o aalLwaY +C the Mississippi River happiest man alive. I've never want- ind colds and prevents any danger of utt, Tuscon Denver, Colorado Springs, Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque.The .

ed anything as I have wanted this, and pneumonia or other serious conse- Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates From KIDNEYS

SEE WONDERFULScenic now-oh. girlie, it's almost unbeliev- quences. For sale by the Postoffice Women are more often afflicted with
All Florida Points
Colorado as You Go- able yet! Tell me again that it's so; Drug! -cre. kidney disorders than men, but attrtbI -

Great Eastern Entertaining, Enlighteningand I that you truly! love me:1'Dorothy's : The "Dixie Flyer": Route is via Tifton Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, i ute the symptoms to diseases peculiarto
wide in the
and Western Line Satisfying darkness. Bertie eyes opened Temple making love SPECIAL RATES Nashville St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to fit Lout: their sex, while in reality the kidneys

In this magnificent fashion: It was almost and Chicago. I art deranged. Nervousness, head-
Across the Entire States oi MANITOU, thrilling. Round Trip Colonist Rates to Texas, Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m. via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. ache, puffy or dark circles around the

PIKE'S PEAK, "Why, of course I do. silly. You Oklanoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory Leave Jacksonville 8:05: p. m., via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry. eyes pain. in the back, are signs ofkidney

COLORADO SPRINGS know it without my repeating it over Flop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May trouble that must not be Ignored -
IIn end Each First and Third
V lOUlSIA ROYAL and over as if I had nothing else to Tuesday 15 inclusive, and from September 15 to October 31. or a serious malady will result -

i GORGE, say." One-way: and round trip colonist ratesto For map, schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker Florida Foley's Kidney Cure has restoredthe

NO TROUBLE TO AXS\\ER QUESTION'SDirect BLACK CANON "Do what sweetheart mischiev! the West and Northwest Passenger Agent, "Dixie Flyer" Route. Jacksonville, Florida. health of thousands of weak ner-

ously. Onewayolonist rates to California
TENNESSEE ----- ----- --- -- --- | vous, broken down women. It stops Iri -
Line to PASS, Again a suggestion of movement on I
and the Northwest from :March 1 until -
i regularities and strengthens the urinary -
CANON the other side of the window.
OF THE GRAND, May 15 1805. j
NORTH TEXAS Bertie pressed the captive hands I IMPROVED I SERVICE I| organs. It purifies the blood and
MARSHALL PASS, Special first class round trip rates to'
warnlngly. "Please. he whispered. !! benefits the whole system. Sold by the
NEW MtXICO GLENWOOD SPRINGS "She's there, listening. You prom- Colorado every day until :May 1. Return I Pcstoffice Drugstore.

and SALT LAKE CITY ised. We'll both be in for It If you limit June 1, 1905. ,. Memphis to Hot Springs Ark. I i:
fall now." The choice of the two most direct'routes ,

Are All on This Line "Well, then behave! she retorted and three gate-ways. 'I' VIA f
nnder her breath. "Just this! once I j lIKE TOMPKINS
Union and Southern Pacific.
CALIFORNIA WRITE ME what time you will mind." Then a little louder, but un I I

be likely to make the trip. It steadily. "Do 1-1-love you, Bertie," Through Pullman tourist! cars operated THE ROCK (ISLAND SYSTEMMorning Ij I Has a well selected stock of

WRITK FOR NEW BOOK OF TEX AS. FREE may be to our mutual advantage he said. each :Monday from Birmingham, ,

"Ob, my little girl, my little girl!" Ala., and three cars a week from I train leaves Memphis 10 a. m, reaching Hot Springs 3:45 p. m. I I Fresh Meats oi all kinds

E. P. TURNER WRITE TODAY he said huskily, holding the hands D. C., to San Francisco
Washington, Carries observation, cafe car, Pullirin parlor car and day coaches.
COLONIST TICKETSOn tighter than ever. "I said I was happy I Vegetables and Greens.
General via Atlanta :Montgomery andNew : NIGHT TRAIN
Passenger Agent Sale to California, Oregon before, but I've never been absolutely Orleans, without change. Effective Fresh and Salt Water Fish received
DALLAS, TEXAS |o until this minute. Why, Dollie: You Leaves Memphis 8:30, reaching Hot Springs next morning. Carries Pullman,
and the Northwest :March 1, we operate every Monday day. Cedar Key Oysters
remember we were interrupted last drawing room, sleeper and day coach. every
March 1st to May 15th night and you've never let me kiss and Wednesday Pullman tourist i received daily. Leave your orders
See that ticket reads via "THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM" froM
i your
L.AI.JEXANDERPractical Missouri, I. E. REHLANDERPacific It's 'Yes,' isn't It, dear?" leaning cars from St Louis to San Francisco I with me. Prompt delivery.
Memphis thereby avoiding of at that
change depots
close. without change, via the Chicago and point
Tray Pass. Agent, very
Denver & CHATTANOOGA "Why, Bertie Temple, I should say Alton P. R., and the Union pacific : ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES IN EFFECT DAILY I I. E, TOMPKINS,

Rio Grande TENNESSEEFOLlysnONErANDTA not! Of all the mean, deceiving ad- R. R., via Kansas City and Denver.
CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful vantage taking tricks"- She paused Ask for particulars, ]i I WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE UtyMarfctt.
breathless, her voice quivering wrath- I I I !
J. F. Van Renssalaer Gen. Agt,
estimates made all contract
on fully. I j rL S. L PARROTT Dist Pass Agt,
13 Peachtree St.. Ga. J fOLmIlONEYA.tmTitop.
work. Gives more and better work But Bertie clung desperately to her Atlanta. 1 i

top the money than any other in town. V4 4b.Zdrus.rtej ar.rt. fin Qi4t hands. "Bailie dou't spoil It all:r u G. W. Ely, T. P. A. I No. 6, N. Pryor St. Atlanta, Ga. I .the G01I h aDd healaJ #



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EVENING STARC. HY ROBINSON, President. I S. H. GLITCH, Manager.A. CAPITAL $50,000.00 .

H. MARSH, Assistant Manager.


C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll
WATSON Cashier.
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Proprietors and Publisher FLA. I I .

(Branch Commercial Bank. Jacksonville.) I

Editor and -General Manager. Capital, $100,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 31885.37 !I CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK

R. R. CARROLL, We are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any Accommodations Con I Spouting From Depth of 200 Feet at

-. sistent With Safe Banking. Fivay, Present Terminus: of the
City Editor and Business ManagerA !

COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US \\Brooksville and Hudson Railroad. OF OCALA.

RUN DOWN THE RIVER Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Safety Deposit Vaults for Rent.

Yesterday the editor of the Star took (Tampa Tribune.) J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON

-- ----- ---- Brooksville March 30.-In boring for
half a day off to accept an invitation I :
I water today, at the new plant of the Directors : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD
extended by J. H. Spencer, the thor- HYMEN HAS BEEN TOM WATSON'S DAUGHTERIN
30 miles
Aripeka sawmill at Fivay R. S. HALL.
ough machinist and expert autoist of DANGER OF DEATH
BUSY AT BLITCHTON south of this city, on the Brooksville .
this to take a trip down Silver
--- & Hudson railroad, a fine grade of oil
Springs run to Connor and inspect Pat Married-at Blitchton last Wednesday Miss Agnes daughter of Tom Wat- was struck at a depth of 200 feet.
son, the populist leader is at the point
Randall's fine orange grove. But we Mr. Ben R. Blitch and Mrs. Mary 'I The vein was so strong that it had to
of death at the home of a friend in
were not alone, for the company con- Phillips. Mr. Blitch is one of the Athens, Ga., from a dose of morphine be capped. I HOUSE FURNISHINGS
Great excitement prevails here over
sisted of Mrs. J. IT. spencer and ber leading farmers of that section and a taken to allay neuralgia. I the discovery.

two lovely little girls. Mrs. H. C. Jones. member of Marion county's highly efficient Fivay is the present terminus of the

Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Jones of Summer- school board. His bride is one I 5 per cent. discount at J. A. Pittman I railroad that is to be built from Brooksville -
ville Mass., and our better half. & Son's. .
The drive to the springs was a very of the most estimable ladies of that j i I ---- to Tampa.THE Our stock of Furniture and House FurnishingGoods

pleasant one. We got there in time to community. Rev. Z. A. Crumpton I'
No wonder Phillip Isaacs, the splendid -
the Hiawatha steamer of the Hart ORIGINAL
greet performed the ceremony. \ editor of the Fort Myers Press, a

sixty Palatka passengers.line which The landed trip with down some the The same day, another charming I I fine local paper feels that he lives in Foley & Co., Chicago originated is second to none in the StateEVERY
the finest and most fruitful country on
Silver Springs run and over the bosomof l lady, Mrs. Ollie Burnett was weddedto Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
earth. This year's shipment of oranges -
the romantic Oklawaha excited the another worthy and prominent citizen -II and grapefruit from Lee county remedy and on account of the great
pleasant surprises of those who had G. M.' KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATrtss!: OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,
Mr. H. B. Brooks Notary foot up $135,000, a gain of 25 per cent. merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
never been charmed with its fascinat- Richard officiating.. !j over that of last year. No frosts in his and Tar many imitations are offered TINGS WINDOW SHADES LACE AND PORTIERc SADDLED! WHIFS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,

ing beauties. Watching the fish, tur- section; all is sunshine and flowers. CURTAINS, SCREENS: ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CAF.RIAGE FOR ANY PURPOSE.;
tles and 'gators sporting in the water Two such weddings are a good day'swork I for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Hon-

was the occupation of the inmates of for Hymen in a bigger place than ey and Tar and refuse any substitute SPREADS, SHEETS AND PILLOWS; ROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES LUBRICATING OILS,

the boat which Messrs. Nelson and Blitchton. The Star congratulates the I HYMEN'S CONQUESTS LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JAR AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,
offered as no other preparation will
Spencer deftly piloted.At newly wedded couples and hopes their i POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANGES BRICK, SHINGLES CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MA.
Delk's Bluff we landed for a lunch, walk through life will be on pleasant 1l I A Romantic Marriage on Old Ocean. give the same satisfaction. It is mildly
and paths. laxative. It contains opiates and is
which was good enough for kings Sunday Afternoon no .

queens and none too good for us. Did I safest for children and delicate persons. .
we have appetites Sure, equal to that 5 per cent. discount at J. A. Pittman Captain C. E. Morris and Miss Beatrice -

of marshes the 17-foot of the saurian river cypress that lurks swamps.! in the Son's. I. I united McEwen in marriage both of on Port Sunday Inglis,after-were Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. I Deep well drilling, contracting and building of alt kinds done

Herbert Washing Jones'down the Imperial good things"Pensacola"we with I& The editor of the Star riles to re- noon Steinmeyer.The at 1:30:. o'clock by Rev. W. H. RECORD BREAKING TIME I! under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates

who travel
that the many i>eople took place on boardof IN A DIVORCE SUIT
started for Connor and the excit- ceremony I
ing incident was swinging around the over the Ocala and Silver Springs hard Captain Inglis' palatial yacht, Lou- on anything need.MOIVER&.
road are more than pleasol to know ise, moored at the dock at Cedar Keys, In Tampa last Saturday, Mrs. Louisa
horse-shoe bends near Grahamville I' that that portion of the road from the bridal party having gone there in Carter wife of W. J. Carter, the well
with $10 prize floating from the mast-
a for half mile has
Lovers' Lane east a
of known and wealthy mill man brought
head of the trim little river craft We-I search a preacher. J
been repaired by the county overseers. The bridal party included Captainand suit for divorce against her husband,
nona, in which Captain Jim Nelson said The work is appreciated. The road is Mrs. John L. Inglis Mrs. Lady alleging the scriptural reason as cause, MACKAY
could round the
John H. Spencer same
now in good order. May it be kept so. Smith, Misses Ashton Thomas and Liz- and naming Mrs. Mamie Chasten as
under a full head of steam without
zie Farris Mr. Brush and Mrs. Br' co-respondent. Mr. Carter made no de-
shoveling sand on the bars or sweepingthe
trunks of the trees that line its EVERY THURSDAY aunt of the bride. fense and the divorce was granted : L..C::> RI tA.:
"shoes" The party immediately returned to Thursday. Carter gave his wife ali CCAL-A' : :
steep eastern bank. Two were
Inglis. May that first bridal trip be mony in property amounting to $60OuO. ;
nail left in
cast to the rear without a ,
One of the most fashionable and emblematic of their voyage through I
them, but as we passed we jumped the I
brilliant entertainments ever given in life, filled with love, and joy.-
"frog" of the third sharp curve and peace William Shaffer a brae of Dennison !
the handsome rooms of the Phenix Bronson TimesDemocrat.Wood '
thumped into a fine specimen of sweet- Ohio was confined to his bed for
Club was the ball given last eveningin
But the magnificent manner in
gum. honor of the engagement of :Miss several weeks with inflammatory rheu-
which Mr. Spencer ran the gauntlet of gree.i vr dry, pine, C&K or mix- THE-
the hearts of I Sadie Goldberg with Mr. L. Fendig, matism. "I used many remedies," he ITO
the sharp curves so won
and Miss Rosalie Benjamin with Mr. ed. 50c. and $1 per load. Ocala Wood
all on board it was voted that the $10 says. "Finally I sent to McCaw's drug
:Morris: Moss of Atlanta by their Yard.
William remain floating, and the only I
store for a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
friends who are members of the club.
penalty attached was a "Pensacola"forfeit. I
-Jacksonville Metropolis, 30th. Balm at which time I was unable to
use hand or foot and in one wetk's
Pat Randall
At Connor Mr. merchant TRADEi
grove owner trucker, farmer Our prescription Cteparrment Is the hundred and fifty desirable time was able to go to work as happy f

and general all round pleasant gentleman most up-to-date and has the most care- building lots for sale, located on Ma- as a clam." For sale by the PcstofficeDrucstoi i

met us, extended to us the cour- ful attention of any In the city. Ty- rion Heights, just one mile due northof e.YAZOO.
tesies of the place and we invaded the
excellent and Co. court house. The Kendrick hard road Our prices are figured on the very
same. The landing an one.

only a few feet above the river water passes through the property. Also 600 CITY AGAIN ON DECKJ. lowest cash basis, and under no cir-

which accommodates a wood rack for J. A. Freeman, the blacksmith farmer acres of good pine land, from 1 to 2 I cumstances will we ship goo os C. 0. D., iTT

the river steamers. The storehouse is and trucker of Belleview, was in the miles north of court house, that will bee Hornsby, a young negro, has been
40 feet back in a pleasant grove and city today to pay his taxes but th I to the White House in Washingtonwith I I as the express company will only take .-

just beyond it begins Mr. Randall's II crowd was so large he couldn't get near cut up into small farms to suit the pur- I a hard luck story. It seems that i i whiskey at owner's risk, and open. The

beautiful and thrifty orange grove. A Collector Carney. Mr. Freeman has I chaser. This property is located on the I Hornsby, by passing the civil service I b 1

pleasant walk leads to Mr. Randall's set out 12,000 onion plants and they Kendrick and Anthony hard roads and examination, won a place in the Yazoo ; laws will not allow them to ship liquors -

house on the crest of the slope flanked are doing splendidly. City Miss., postoffice" and every" 'time orders
is especially adapted to the growt: of I C. 0. D. We will accept express ,
on either side by orange trees, the -I he tried to enter on his duties certain
fragance from their blossom ladeningthe peaches, grapes and other fruits, can citizens of the town would thump him. I postoffice money orders, one and two- -

air with rich perfume, and ming- You have of taloupes and watermelons. For prices It remains to be seen \\h thel' Yazoo :; cent stamps and checks on parties we -

ling with the delicious odor or roses course had to II 4 ? and terms apply to City's postoffice will be shut up or know are 0. K. We buy for cash and

that circle the yard of the dwelling. I B. H. SEYMOUR. Hornsby consoled with a clerkship in I I sell for cash, thereby giving our customers
From this summit could be had a fine Washington. I
i' I the benefit of ba daccourits.
Randall's ten-
panoramic view of Mr. SODA'nriiciocs
acre grove, containing 1000 bearing orange ) NOTICEThe
trees of the best varieties, including 1} u ICE CREAM SODA NASHVILLE RANGESThe I

tangerines and grapefruit. On ) HOT! CHOCOLATEat \ state and county tax book for Ocala Furniture Company has I October, J903 we pureI -
the slope to the east are his shedded : 1904 will close on the last day of March
received those
just a new shipment ol
trees covering several acres and one of their many stores and COli'sjtfBred as the law directs. Property unpaidon popular Nashville! In two sizes. I chased the oldest Saloon
which by firing, were saved, and also it the best you ever drank ranges
at that date will be advertised for
the fruit. This season's crop consistedof They are the best and cheapest range
800 boxes most of which were dis- All Chocolate Drinks servedat sale and extra cost will have to be added ever seen in Ocala. Business in Florida,

posed of at a good price; many of his on all unpaid taxes.E. .. I I

customers being tourists who came up our fountain are made with L. Carney, Tax Collector. I The McGrath Place V'
on the Oklawaha river steamers, who
'e- Chocolate and after
buy the fruit by the box, and many of
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice I Since that time have rearranged
the mpaying as much for a cluster as their formula.! we
I Apply for the Enactment of Local or
they would for a box, just to say they Drugstore.In everything, and made it one of the most

plucked it from the tree. This enclosure T. W. TROXLER Special Legislation During the Next : attractive places in Ocala. .We have 12 ____________$ .

cost Mr. Randall several thousand Fruits, Confections, Cigars and To- Session of the Legislature of the '
dollars and the trees are outgrowingthe conversation while en route to State of Ficrida. added a large bottle business to it, as 4 quarts____________ 5.00

cover. bacco Lake City one day last week, with well as a first class Cafe and Private :

In the enclosure Mr. Randall has a lion. P. M. Colson, we learned that he TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Dining Rooms. We carry everything 1 quart ------------ 1,50

and pays taxes on COO.OOO acres of land. Of Notice is hereby given that on or
very fine strawberry patch an acre
President Roosevelt will leave will
good to eat and drink, and if you
5OOO lie in
this land 2 acres LaFayette
of cukes that are now running, beans Washington Monday for his Southern about the 25th day of May, A. D. 1905
nearly ready to pluck, with figs and county 150,000 in Taylor and 100,000 in : call on us when in Ocala we will do
and Western
I trip. application will be made to the legislature -
the remainder scattered in
a splendid scuppernong grape arbor. Levy, being ; all in our power to please you and
Connor is place for ten other counties. Mr. Colson is a of the state of Florida for the
a regular stopping ; make feel like are welcome.
I you
At the Ocala Bazar will find the you
the river boats and a fine market for you very active man and can consummatea enactment of a law prohibiting the use
only exclusive 5 and 10 cent countersin gigantic piece of work while many i Call and see us.
and chickens and strawberries, all
eggs Ocala. of seines, haul-nets, gill-nets, or any
of which find their way to the stewardson other men are merely thinking about it, !I
and the secret of his other nets or device except hook and
the boats. here is success: We are with you -
The party had plenty of amusementat Miss Ethel Sinclair of Ocala will lie is secretary of the Wade & Mc- line, for the purpose of catching or

Mr. Randall's store selling stock in come to Jacksonville on Saturday to Nair Land Company and the Southern taking food fish from the waters of

the Standard Oil Company, everyoneof enter St. Luke's to study nursing. No Timber and Naval Stores Company, anew Lake Weir, a fresh water lake in the --s .e. ,. when it comes to
which declared an immediate dividend nobler profession is open to women $400.000 concern and a director of ?
and no blanks from a lump of than that of trained nurse.-Jackson- the First National Bank of Gainesville, county of Marion and state of Florida.

chewing gum to hen fruit, of which ville Metropolis. und a few other lesser concerns Respectfully submitted col t> a I

Captain Nelson captured two dozen on Bronson Times-Democrat.NOKEAN I (Signed-H. G. Eagleton, E. S. Up- GROCERIESThey

one coupon. Exquisite china in the finer grades of II ham A. P. Blake. P. M. Olson. T. R.
Without Mr. Randall has I
imported ware. The prices are verlow. \ nook, W. F. Milholland, S. D. Carter
one of the finest grove properties in
A. E. Burnett. Henry T. Connard A. P. Miller, Geo.L. .
the state, and if bloom counts for any- LUMBER Co I

thing he can easily count on 1500 boxes I Whipple, A. W. Allen, B. B. Ricker always fresh and
of fruit this season. A news item from Miami says that Lawrence Jones, E. L. Stafford, L. T.Cawson. ;., .If ,
The members of the party are not I lion C. M. Brown has gone to his homein
unmindful of the courtesies extendedto Ocala, where he will remain for a OCALA, FLA F. P. Haskell!, V. P. Kelsey. ,t; ,., rr our prices generally a little

them by Mr. and Mrs. Randall, and week preparatory to going to Talla- >

acknowledge the same with thanks. hassee to resume his seat in the senate. NOTICE when is
lower quality con
The run home was uneventful, exceptthe Such political flim-nam games as this Telephone Xo. 121)). -
That Marion County Will Apply to the -
fine catch of fish made by some of make the people weary. If Mr. Brown sues i

the party, notably Mr. Spencer and really and truly considers Ocala his i Legislature for Authority to i. sidered.

Mrs. H. C. Jones. Interest became intense home why don't he live there As a Ceiling, Flooring and Siding, I II Issue WarrantsTo 4 !.
as they landed bottom fish bream, matter of cold fact he has made his II
all Persons Whomsoever:
etc. Mrs. Bittinger played a soltaire home in Dade county for several Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber for
piscatorial act catching only: one fish, months and intends to remain there. I I I Notice is hereby given that the coun- ..,. =---- Market price paid country

but the largest that was landed, so the There should be a law which would effectually : ty of Marion, through its board of

honors rest as follows: Mr. Spencer, prevent such flim-flamming I: Every Size and Quality.A I I county commissioners intends to applyto produce of all kinds.

gold medal; Mrs. Jones, silver medal, as this-Tampa: Herald.
Large Stock of Shingles. I the next legislature for the passageof a
and Mrs. Bittinger, a certificate of piscatorial -

merit. Pumps for irrigating plants coniplf a bill authorizing and empoweringthem -- Prompt attention given to or

r We reached home a little after 7 New Machinery.Lath to issue county warrants to the -
Write or call on us for prices Marion
at night, and all agreed that the days amount of 50,000 for the of t1 mail.
Hardware Company. purpose remodeling .\, y ders by
was as delightfully spent as the atmospheric -
conditions were perfect and Brick and Building. the court house. Said war- -e;+ 3 n 1

all feel that Mr. Spencer is a royal SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY rants to be payable J5000 each and every \

good fellow, and our appreciation and year thereafter until paid and to
thanks are his. Undersold by No One. We keep on hand at all times the largest -
draw interest
I not to exceed 5 per cent
At this season of the year, when nature Special Rates t5 tti' ,
is greeting the world with its J11.95-ATLANTA. GA.. and return. Methods Up to Date. per annum. H. W. Long stock of Whiskies, Wines and Beers

brightness and sunshine, no more Chairman Board of County Com
Tickets on sale May 14 and 15, limited inCAr1ICHAEL'S Florida and do the largest mail order
pleasant trip can be taken than one in Business Growing Rapidly. Attest: S. T. Sistrunk ,
Captain Jim Nelson's launch with returning to May 20. SPECIAL This business has '
Clerk Circuit Court business grown :
Connor as the objective point.
Customer Pleased.
Every PURE J YEAR OLD RYE. steadily by fair treatment, good goods,

The latest from Washington is that R. D. FULLER L F. BLALOCK Rushed with Orders. NOTICE ;Thc best medium grade Whiskey on earth. and prices that quality alone govern. If 1

Miss Alice Roosevelt is engaged to be FULLER & BLALOCK Ii I I Notice Is hereby given that the city I 4 full qts., delivered $3.25. 2 full qts., delivered -
married to Senator Beveridge of In liquor we have it from
i council of the city of Ocala, Florida you wan, t
I $2.00. i qt $t.oo.
diana. DENTAL SURGEONS Come to Us Before Buying.
-.. I will apply to the legislature, at Its ses- Pints hoc Half pints, 250. to the very BEST ever distilled.]{
Offices over Munroe & Chambliss Bank sion to be held during the year 1905;, for
State Senator C. M. Brown having Orders Solicited.
an act amending the charter of the city
laid his trap riders, secured a certificateof OCALA. FLA. !

still citizenship enrolled on; a the certificate membership that of he the is Terms CashJ. of ment Ocala equalization with reference and to collection the asSESS-of

Presbyterian church in Ocala (but the I W. C. BULL taxes; defining enlarging and prescribing THE CARMICHAEL & SON

public would like to know if he is a E. CHACE CLs
the powers and duties of the mayor _
contributing member) and that he had I
Contractor and and city council of said city; and the
his washing done here on this visit DENTAL SURGEONOffice -

left for Tallahassee this noon to show Builder appointment and terms of office of cer- Opposite S. A. L. Depot and West of Square. s- =

the august senate of Florida that he upstairs Commercial Bank tain city officers of said city of Ocala ,. ".''

is a citizen of Marlon in good standing Building. Ocala Florida. Quick and Careful Estimates Made Florida. E. K. Nelson. !{
and that all his talk he gave about go- I FLORIDA
Ing over to Dade county was hot air. TERMS CASH Box 64 Ocala. Fla (Seal) City Clerk of Ocala, Fla. OCALA _

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