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The Ocala evening star

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

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

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

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1905

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V -jr2 :W.P.EDWARDS: I THE COLORED PEOPLE'S Monday at 3 p. m. All are urged to

...,, attend, irrespective of denomination


r ;. ( At the City Marketg.M Sheridan at Five ForksA DEPARTMENT etc For, call choice at groceries Mention's fruits grocery candies, two
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4 Be A Real Woman. doors below the city market Goods .

at, Poultry, Fish and Vegetables Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor. delivered to any part of the city.

FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY No.805 Pease Arenae Let every member of ML Zion A. M.

in Season \ Hoesi i ,TXXAS,May 14 1901 SUNDAY SERVICESML E. church be found in his or her place

.- Much 30-AprU 1. 1845 I was barren fariaf the fix yean of married life,raaeruif tomorrow. Special services will be
with painful menstruation and a dozen other aches and p ns. held by the pastor. Rev. J. S. BraswelLMrs.
Solicited I WM a poor excuse for a wife u I was not able to be amore f Moriah Baptist ChurchDr.
City and Country Trade [Copyright! 1S06, by G. L. Kilmer] right flaik close to the forks with eave than about half the time and. daily grew weaker and C. C. Curry has opened & first
D. H. Brown Pastor.
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HEKIDAN reached the lines of i' airy while the Fifth Infantry i weaker. class dress making, fitting and cutting
corps 1 Wine of Cardoi changed me into & different woman
:$- Phone s2s.A.E.BURNETT S the besieging army in front of :. under General G. K. Warren stormedthe f fie short months,made me robust and strong 9:30 a. m.-B. Y. P. U. bus !ess. Work done In the latest and
Fite Delivery I grateful to for and am today best styles. Residence one block north
intrenehments am very you W 11 Preaching by
Petersburg the :27th of March, I I on the Confederate blessed with a. m.- pastor. tit county JaiL

= IbtS; bringing 13,000 cavalry left by approaching the position diagonally a baby who 3 p. tn.-Sunday schooL

from the Shenandoah valley. In anticipation I I and charging over the works and isthe of our home pride .::0 p. m.-Special sermon by pastor. Rev. W. O. Bartley will preach a spe-
+I across the road at the same lunge. ADd this is ail -N Jtt:1'. I cial sermon at Zion M. E. church Sun-
of his arrival General Grant The due to yourmedicine. day night Subject: Divine Life Insurance -
bad ordered a movement of the infantry I extreme end of Plckett's in- VICB-PBESIDEST, Eocnoa Monma' Cm. ML Zion A. M. E. Church Company. Members come
: trenched line was In the woods and
forces around the right flank ofLee's (Rev. J. S. Braswell Pastor.) praying and paying. Remember, it is
!, could not be located within many hundred Wine of Cardui brings health to sick the first Sunday.A. .

lines protecting the city. The 1 yards. The first and second divisions Wine of Cardui brings children to 9:30 a. m.-Sunday schooL
women.
object of this advance was to cut Lee of Warren, marching by the 11 a. m.-Preaching by pastor. W. Walker. the_world champion

4 THE JEWELER communications southward and if possible I flank passed it, and the third and last barren homes. 3:30 p. m.-Preaching and commun- shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen

T : get between his army and Lynch- I I di'lslon'hich was also the smallest How can any woman refuse the health ion. razors, hair clippers and scissors and

.. ;I.... burg. !! led by liomayne B. Ayers. following Mrs. Mason has? Any woman can secure exactly 7:30::: p. m.-Special sermon by pastor. be convinced honed and of his concaved superior In skill all styles.Razors -

Before the arrival of Sheridan the I the other two received' a galling fire she will take Wine of -
\ l the same relief if Call at Xo. (15, X. Magnolia street
of the Potomac mustered 73,000 i ; Covenant Baptist Church
Watches Army from the Confederates posted behind
4'ineJewefry Diamonds Rings, Cardui. Wine of Cardui is a certain cure for next S. A. L.
men for duty. SLeridan added 13,000 the
angle. Ayers quickly faced his
reserve -
I (Rev. M. W. Newsome Pastor.) -
menstrual irregularities. It will not do impossibilities I* Green the tonsorial artist and
China and 17, lO) more were brought: from the brigade: toward the blazing
Glass Handsome Sterling guns. 9:30 a. m.-B. Y. P. U. lightning shaver. My razors shave soft
fat = Army of the James which confronted I It was led by Colonel Frederick Winthrop but it does cure bearing-down pains,
and sweet and my: hair-cutting is the
Jiher; and Hollow Ware. Richmond on the north side of the Appomattox -: of the Fifth New York, a cousin makes motherhood possible for barren wives 11 3:30 a. pT ra.-m.-Sunday Preaching by school pastor. best I have two of the finest chairs

making a total in hand for II of Major Theodore Winthrop, the hero and relieves the pains at the monthly period. that turn every way Razors fixed In all

i the new movement of 103,000;:; and leaving of Big Bethel. The brigade was composed Secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui today. 7:30 p. m.-Special sermon by pas-. styles. Call and be convinced. West

a reserve before Richmond of _0.- 'j !' entirely of New Yorkers. They tor. Broadway next to A Smith.:
ARTICLES 'j All sell $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui.
TOILET 000. Lee had a total at Petersburgand : I charged at double quick, with Win- druggists

R I FOUNTAIN PENS Richmond of ;37.000 spread over a throp at their head. The Confederates Second Baptist Church 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS

I defensive line twenty miles in l length. I had placed their best guns and men In WINEolCARDlUAtlantic 11 a. m.-Preaching. 24c. NEXT MONDAY

The several movements on the Federal the angle! as a forlorn hope. It was 3 p. m.-Services. AT THE VARIETY STORE.

left at Petersburg had crowdedthe I defended gallantly but Winthrop's sol- 7:30 p. m.-Services.

; lOPTICAL GOODS Confederates back to one road run- diers plunged through the heavy fire SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

Notice is hereby given that the under
-- ,Zion M. E. Church

tp t : Watch Repairing Specialty (Rev. Vf. O. Bartley, Pastor.) signed, as special master in chancery
p appointed under and by virtue of a final -
9 a. m.-Sunday school.
t'Ji.:; :,, decree rendered on the 23rd day of

: ":s.;.; "" Coast Line 11 a. m.-Love feast. ? February: 1905 by W. S. Bullock, judgeof
OCALA FLORIDAERDWA 3 p. m.-Preaching and communion.
I _; 7:30 p. m.-Special sermon by pastor.St. the circuit court of the fifth judlcalcircuit

of Florida Marion county, inchancery
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/ in a certain suit therein
James Church
t. THROUGH CAR LIN E FROM FLORIDA Episcopal
pending wherein J. R Martin was complainant
(Rev. Jno. B. Brown. Rector.)
and H. E. Schoeflln and E. T.
r -CONNECTIONSTO 8 a. Communion.
\ RET!
Helvenston et al were defendants will
pu 11 a. m.-Services.
tp) fy in obedience to said order of
court on
THE EAST Over its own mils to S vannan Charleston Richmond.All 3 p. m.-Sunday schooL

Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry. Monday, the 3rd Day of April, 1905,
7:30
p. m.-Special sermon by: Dr. II.
W. Little. between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m,

TO THE WEST (Via Montgo.-nery) and Louisville & Nashville and :Dizis and 2 o'clock p. In., in front of the court

We carry a foil and complete line of Yi Flyer route via Atlanta. New Zion Baptist Church house door in Ocala. :Marlon county,
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-- TO THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphiaand 9:30: a. m.-Sunday school. Florida, offer for sale and will sell, tothe

Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York. Washington 11:00-Services. highest and best bidder, for cash
ALL KINDS i
I u ) the mortgaged premises mentioned and
I Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners 3:00 p. m.-Services.
,
\ 7:30 p. m.Services.Generals described in said final decree to-wit:
\ Transportation Comp any for Baltimore and Philadel-
II' "" Every Kind of Steanuhip phia. Lot numbered 4, of block 32, old survey

.; I '* in the Devil's Army of Ocala, lyin? and --being In Marion

_ NG KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co. There is no general in the field by county, Florida, or so much thereof as

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-- may be necessary to satisfy said decree
Route of the celebrated trains. New York & Florida Special Florida and the name of General Liar from the

West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Diie Flyer. fact that Satan is personally com- and costs. T. E. Biggs
( mander-in-chief of this terrible legion Special Master.
i Quickest schedules, superior service. For information as to rates, schedules and all his subjects are taught how to
TURPENTINE L I E ;
etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with T. C. Whitt, D. P. lie from childhood and this tactic is NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

sad, MILL U i \ 1 1V A., Tampa; W. J. Craig G. P. A..: H. M. Emerson. T. M.. Wilmington. C. well"Father known.of Lies.The" Bible He carries calls him on the the Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-

*, most successful campaign of all the ter 4888, Laws of F1orlda.i .

h \' war as he marshals his entire armyat Notice is hereby given that Wm. Artis
r, ; Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Nortwest i
Garden Kinds \ this command. More prisoners have
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Implements of all / t I purchaser of tax certificate No. 718,
been taken more hearts broken more
.
\ Via Chicago and Florida Limited. homes deserted, more churches torn I I dated the 2nd day of June. A. D. 190%.

to pieces and more lives lost than by has filed said certificate in my office
This is the Tool]
I
Solid vestibule train of Pullm sleeping observation, library, dining car any other method. There is hardly and has made application for tax deedto
anyone in this world who has not been
I R-ly"yL and catches between Sr Augustine and Chicago, via Atlanta Chattanooga and issue in accordance with law. Said
-FOR- hurt by lies, and many wounds are
f I Nashville. bleeding now. General Truth is his certificate embraces the following described -
MEN CHARGING PICKETT'S WORKS AT FIVE FORKS.
r. I SIIEIU&AX'S opponent and always wins but onlyin property situated in Marion
-- Leave St. Augustine. ...... .... ...F. E. C. .ly.... .. ...... ...8:20 a.. m. the Ions run. "VVe. have. also
Fall and Spring Crops anothI I county Florida, to-wit: S% of lot 7 andn
nlng In a general direction southwestand poured on them and carried the works. Arrive Jacksonville... ........ ......F. E. C. Ry... ....... .....9:20 a. m'l er important personage in the Devil'sarmy
of lot 8, block Z, J. H. Foss sub Of
lying lietweon the Federal posi- Winthrop fell mortally wounded, the Leave Jacksonville! ... ..... *... ....A. C. L. R. R....... .., ... 9:3u a, and that is Chaplain Hypocrite.He I
is the most polished and pious of sell, sec 34, tp 16, r 22.: The said land
tions and Hatcher's run. Hatcher'srun last brigade commander killed in the Arrive Tifton..... ... ... ... .......A. C. L. R. R...... h. .....1:25 p. m.
all the rest. He has a special brigade. assessed the date of
being at the Issu-
We will be pleased Is a swampy stream and made a Army of the Potomac. Leave Tifton..G. S. & y. Ry.... .. ... .....1.30p.m. He infests the churches, and under I
barrier when defendat the When General Pickett saw that his ance of such certificate in the nameof
good Arrive Macon ... ..... ..... ....G. S. & F. Ry.. ... .......4:15 p. m. the garb of a Christian does terrible
to at al left flank had been broken the Fifth unknown. Unless said
( see you fords. About thirteen miles west by by party cer-
from the Leave Macon.. .... ..... ... ... ...C. of Ga. Ry .. ..... ......4:20:! p. m. harm acting as a spy scout etc. He
south of Petersburg there Is a good corps he withdrew a brigade is always present at every meeting, tificate shall be redeemed according to
times. road crossing the and leading to front line which faced the Federal cavalry Arrive Atlanta... .. ... ..... ..C. of Ga. Ry..... ...... ..7:00 p..n.
run : does his full duty and acts his part law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the
the South Side railroa.1. This railroadhas rallied the troops and guns driven Leave Atlanta..W. & A. R. R...... ..... .7:13 p. m. but he is a wolf in sheep's 'clothing. 10th day of April, A. D. 1905.

MKRION.HKRDWKRE CO Lynchburg and Danville connections from the captured angle and prepared Arrive Chattanooga.. .... .... ....W. & A. R. R.... .. .....10:57 p. m. There isn't but one general in the army -
Witness my official! signature and
and was of highest importance to to make a stand for the defense of Leave Chattanooga.... .. ...... ...N. C. & St. L. Ry. ......10:04 p. m. of Christ that can dislodge him.
His name is General Regeneration. seal this the Sth day of March, A. D.
SUCCESSORS TO UBBARD & MacDUFF. Lee in Petersburg. Five Forks this his rear which was In danger. This Arrive Nashville. .... ...... .....N. C. Ct St. L Ry. ........3:13 a, m.Leave I
defended from the Federal new line was smashed by i (To be continued.) 1905. S. T. Slstrunk,
road quickly
.. was Nashville.... .'". ,.., .... ..L. & N. R. R.. .. .... .. ...3:40 a. m.
positions liy Intrenehments, and at Dm- Warren's troop, lIilll the Confederates Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co.. Fla.
Arrive Evansville..... .. ........ ....1.. & N. R. U..... .... ...8:1C a. m. HO! HO! HO! HERE AT LAST
widdie Court House five miles southeast moved down the line! toward the

there were outposts and defensesto forks. Leave Evansville.... .... .... ......L. & N. R. R..... .. ........8:20: a. m. TEN NIGHTS IN A BARROOMThis NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

LuMBeRROUGH ,guard: against! a surprise at Five Meanwhile General: Pevin's divisionof Arrive St. Louis...... ... ... ...... ....L. & N. R. R.... .. .......1:53 p. in. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-

Forks Sheridan and the corps of Federal cavalry moved to the attackon Leave Evansville. .... .. ... ... ...E. & T. H. R. R..... .....8:20: a. In. great temperance drama in five
ter 4888, Laws of Florida
acts will be rendered at Mitchell Hall
Warren. Wright and Humphreys moved Pickett's direct front at Five Forks. Arrive Terra Haute..E. & T. H. R. R..... .. ...11:45 a. m.
Monday night April 10 1905. Notice is hereby given that J..C. Boozer -
together toward the Federal! !left and Two mounted brigades of Custer's division Leave Terra Haute... .... ..........C. & E. t R. R.. .... .....11JO a. m.

OR DRESSED Lee sent out General R. H. Anderson charged at the same time upon Arrive Chicago..G. & E. L R. F.... .. .....4:30 p. m. Program purchaser of tax certificate No. 653 '
with detached divisions to cope with the line held by W. II. F. Lee's mounted Sample Swichel Major Stephens. dated the 1st day of July, A. D. 1901.

this strong force. I men. Custer delivered! the attack This train is the standard of perfection in passenger service. For Pull- Simon Slade-Will Taylor. has filed said certificate in my office,

See or Phone When General Lee learned of the !. with his usual dash but Lee held his man reservations and other inrormatlon apply to ticket agent 1'". E. C. Ily., Joe Morgan-Earnest Norwood. and has made application for tax deedto

presence of Sheridan on the Petersburglines ground for a time. One of Pevin's St. Augustine. or Atlanti cCoast Line office.! 138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla. Frank Slade-Maxie J. Ponder. issue in accordance with law. Said

he promptly concentrated all of brigades broke over' the Confederate Harvey: Green-Lee R. Hampton.Mr. certificate embraces the following described -

his available cavalry to co-operate with works capturing three guns of re- Romain-Chas. H. Stewart. -
B. H SEYMOUR Judge Harmon-Henry E. Richard property situated in Marios --'
Anderson and placed General Fitz- gram's battalion with two battleflags
I county Florida, to-wit: W% of se%,
Hugh Lee in command. Fitz Lee at the and 1,000 prisoners. son.Willie
time was in front of Richmond with In the fight with Devln! the gallant Harmon-Julius Feltner. .1 I ex 16.34 chst and w by 12.16 chs n ands
PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla. Mrs. Morgan Miss Anica E. Murray.Mrs. .
,
Seaboard Air-Line in nw cor sec 23, tp 14, r 19. The
his own division and marched promptlyto boy colonel l Willie Pegram: fired his Ry. Hammond Miss Maggie G.

_. Five Forks. Early on March 30 the last shot. He fell beside his guns. Wilkins. saidiand, being assessed at the date of
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Confederate troopers with Lee rode out Both General Pickett and Fitz Lee Mary Morgan Miss Hermia La- the issmnce of such certificate in the

toward Dinwiddie Court house, which were absent from the front line when FOR Roche. name of Sampson Chlsholm. Unless

JIE8TAURANT had been reached by Sheridan's: advance. Warren sprung his fierce attack upon Mehitable Cartright Miss Pearl E. said certificate shall be redeemed according -

A sharp skirmish took place. the Owing to the of the Anderson.
angle. density
to law, tax deed will issue
Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines Raleigh Come one; come all. Admission:
Late that day Fitz Lee was joined by woods no sound of battle reached them.A ,
Children 10c.; adults, 13c.:; ; couple 25c. thereon on the 22nd day of April, A.
the cavalry divisions of General T. L.Rosser courier notified Pickett that the fight Richmond Washington Baltimore Philadelphia
,
D. 190;;.
and General W. II. F. Lee, mak- was on. and, galloping down the road,
First Class Meals Entertainment at Odd Fellows' Hall
.};(. ing a total of nearly t .OIlO sabers In the he barely passed the angle when War and New York. Monday night Witness my official signature and

I corps. I.ee retired his! troopers to Five ren's leading brigade broke through. seal this the 18th 'of March, A. D.

Forks, where General George E. Pick- Fltz Lee was cut off and waited inactive THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY Rev. E. M. Arnold of Hopewell Is In 1905. S. T. Slstrunk.

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESOystel's ett the hero of the famous charge at beyond Hatcher's run until his the city on business. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Flaw

: Gettysburg, arrived about the same defeated him. .4
troopers joined SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED Black Patti tonight Space reserved -
time with nearly 7,000 infantry. At the close of the battle Sheridan for colored people.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
While Fitz Lee stood off the Federal relieved Warren of his command for
in All Tax Deed Under Section"8 of Chapter -
The editor of this is in
Styles SEABOARD EXPRESS department
advance' with n cordon of sabers!' Pick- the reason as he alleged, that Warren
Lakeland attending pastoral duties. 4888 Laws of Florida.
ett Intrenched his infantry on a line extending had been dilatory in making attack and

about a mile east and west respectively did not exert himself! to Inspire his SEABOARD MAIL Sunday will be a high day in all of Notice is hereby given that home

Dining Room open until midnight. Personal of the Junction of roads at troops while they were in action.! Sher- our city churches. Be at your post Norman & Co. purchaser of tax cer-

attention given to special orders, anythingthe Five Fork The lines of cavalry ex- idan's victory at Five Forks cut Lee's tificate No. 830. dated the 2nd day of
Holy communion at St James P. E.
tended still farther on each flank. During direct communications between Peters- June. A. D. 1902
market offers prepared for the table on church Sunday morning at 8 o'clock. has filed said certificate -
short notice. the 31st :'h ridan's cavalry' under burg and Lynchburg: but the line from MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT in my office and has made application -
f the immediate command of General Richmond to Danville and its Lynchburg MENXEVS TALCUM POWDER
TLe Seaboard Florida Limited Is a solid vestibuled train composed ex- for tax deed to Issue in accord
Wesley Merritt pr >s ett's works on the direct front and engaged GEORGE L. KILMER. jlusively: of new Pullman equipment dining car, double drawing room, sleepers THE VARIETY STORE ance with law. Said certificate em-

Dumb Walter Connects With Bar In considerable sharp fightin stateroom and observation cars, operating between St. Augustine and braces the following described property
ReH.. W. Little will preach at St
During! the preliminary!: movementsof Brain of Grrat :Men Wanted. Jacksonville to New York via Washington; leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. James Episcopal church tomorrow situated in Marion county, Florida

Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. the tro'Jf'sheriJ1I1' :' hld1ltPl' An attempt I Is beiuc:: made says the nu and Jacksonville 1:20:! p. m. daily including Sundaya. night. to-wit: Nw of sw% see 28, tp 17, r e

Grant at the headquarters: of the army Medical Record, to form a society 20. The said land being assessed at

Special Price to Regular Boarders and received ln-trurtion. to take command which hall! hanfor its object the ONLY LINE Covenant called to Baptist duty tomorrow.church membersare Be at the date of the issuance of such certif-

of the Fifth army corps and education of the public to a realiza-
hate
your places. In the name of Mrs. J. H. Wil-
drive' the enemy from Five Fork. General tion of the adrantases! to science attending Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor
liams. Unless said certificate shall be
THE GARM1GHAEL & SON GOAt Picket work* at Five Fork the study of the brains of illustrious !information and sleeper reservations, can on any agent Seaboard, Campbell's Comedy Company will

were ingeniously constructed;:: to COTl'rthe personage. A committee of or write: have a rehearsal at Masonic hall next redeemed according to law tax deed

forks of the road and to protect eminent psychologies has been appoint-: Tuesday night will issue thereon on the ISth day of
I A. O. MACDONELL A. G. P. A. S. C. BOTLSTON.., P. A.
McG-ratli's
(IStand nearly two miles of the White Oak j ed for the purple of preparing a general April, A. D. 19* .
Call at the Mack House for comfortable -
road leading from Five Forks to Petersburg .. form of brain equet which will Jacksonville Florida lodging and first class meals. Witness my official signature and

--- which it was Lees object to hold In law and not te rendered null JACKSONVILLE FLOrt'DA West Broadway. seal this the 13th day of March, A. D.

keep' opt'n.Sht'rtdan's. | by any 8'tifn that may be taken byrelames
JH 5. S. T. Sistrank,
E CHEAP RATES TO plan of attack was ta ] of the person making the be --- Special revivaTservicea are in pro-
gress at the Emerson Home School. Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co, Fla.
make: a feint of turning! the enemy'i quest. + ,
with results.12QUART
vJ. I PROVED SERVICE glorious

California and the Northwest ENAMELED DISH PANS NOTICE OF MASTER'S: SALE
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-- - -- 24c. NEXT MONDAY Under and by virtue of a certain decree -

THE NASHVILLE. CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY J. R. MARTIN & CO. Memphis to Hot Springs Ark. AT THE VARIETY STORE rendered judge of by the the circuit Hon.court W. S.of Bullock the-

"DIXIE FLYER ROUTE. Mrs. Annie Heath of Palatka is visiting fifth judicial circuit of Florida in and
Mrs. D. Williams at the home of for :Marion county, in chancery. In a

VIA Mrs. Hunwell Garrisoft. certain cause pending therein wherein
I Offers low rates: from all Florida points to California and the Northwest
G. S. Scott as receiver, etc., is complainant -
Below are a few points to which the low rates are applicable. Rev. E. R Stidum is holding revival and C. V. McCoy and Mamie

155.10-Portland. Seattle, Vancouver and Columbia points. GENERAL LIVERYMENFine THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM meetings at Silver Springs A. :M. E- E- McCoy are defendants said decree .

149.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte. Anaconda Missoula and intermediate church, with glorious results.Dr. rendered on the 18th day of March A.
D. 19 I will offer for ale to the highest -
points on the Northern Pacific Rrilway. D. H. Brown has returned from
and best bidder, for cash at public
$44.70-San Francisco. Los Angeles San Diego Benson. Phoenix. PresSott. Morning train leaves Memphis 10 a. nu reaching Hot Springs 3:45 p. m. West Florida and will fill his desk at outcry, before the court house door

Tuscon Denver, Colorado Springs, Leadville. Trinidad and Albi>rquerque. Carriages, Buggies and Traps Carries observation, cafe car. Pullnron parlor car and day coaches. Mt Mortal Baptist church tomorrow. (south). in Ocala, Marion county. Florida -

Th .Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates From Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. NIGHT TRAIN The Magnolia Restaurant Is the the, between the legal hours of sale on
place to get your choice meals and
All Florida Points leaves Memphis S:30: reaching Hot Springs next morning. Carries Pullman lunches at living prices. W. L Jones First Monday in May, A. D. 1905, to-

drawing room sleeper ani day coach. wit: May the 1st, 1905,
: manager.
The Dine Flyer" Route Is via Tifton Macon. Atlanta. Chattanooga, the following described real property j .

N&ahTlIle and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to fit. Louis FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses See that your ticket reads via "THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM" from I Protracted meeting at Mt Tabor M. in Marion county Florida to-wit: Lot,

and Chicago. Memphis, thereby avoiding change of depots at that point. E. church, K ndrkk.: Fla. will com- No. 6 of a special survey of block 24,
tomorrow night. Rev. M south In the City of Ocala
mence S. new survey
Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m. via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES IN EFFECT DAILY I II
I Gibba. pastor. Florida according to a plat now on record -
and Mules for Sale. Horses
Leave Jacksonville S05 m., via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry. "
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WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE: LITERATURES. 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn '
Stop-oven allowed' these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. Rocklsland I ANY COLOR for 29c, Next the public records of Marion conni:

lt. Inclusive and from'September 15 to October 31.Foe MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE Florida or so much thereof as nay.. ,
L. PARROTT, Dist Pass. Age, necessary to satisfy the said '
map, schediues and other information write to E. J. Walker. Florida Ministers of city and vicinity will and costs, I.W.Special -

1 Passenger"Attnt "Dixie- Flyer" Route Jacksonville. Florida. J. R. MARTIN & CO. ......J: __fo- ": No. G, N. Pryor St, Atlanta Ga meet'_at. ML Zion A. it,' :;.'E. church... Master in
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1905 ;+,: '

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GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESSMr. A BIG PHOSPHATE DEAL --

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3 DAYS
R Ludwig of Atlanta., repre- Hiller & Co. Sell l Out to the Duttor.

senting the big steam and. electrical Phosphate CompanyAs :

engineering firm of Ludwig & Co.. was OUR BEST EFFORTS
with we go to press we learn authentically ,
in the city today, in consultation
that Edward Hiller & Co.. have ...
Home ,
Made the members of the electric light committee -- -
sold their entire phosphate business
In reference to making the extensive : '
changes that are to be made Great t Sale mines machinery and lands In Citrus. Are e .'
that
when the plant is remodeled and enlarged I Embroidery I Hernando and Marion counties, together put forth, to the end :
with all lands and machinery, .
which is to be done just as 1
owned jointly with J. R. Williams to
quickly as the matter can be arranged.Mr. I -
Have i the Dutton Phosphate Company of every worthy patron may be.
your cake muffins and tea biscuit .; Ludwig is a thoroughly practical Gainesville.This .
electrical engineer of vast experience and Friday March 30th and 31st -
Thursday property embraces one of the

home-made. They will be fresher and gave some the valuable gentlemen advice of the and committee as-- most valuable phosphate holdings In properly cared for. : : '-C'-/--
3rd
sistance. This work will now be And Monday, April at the state and represents a very large

cleaner and wholesome. pushed through as fast as it possiblycan investment ,
more -
tasty The deal has been under way for
be done, but it will be done thoroughly MUNROE & CHAHBLISS
some time, but was not closed up until CANKERS
and the city will get lasting ,
Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife value for every dollar spent VENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY'SOver gave noon today the Star, when man Mr.the Edward above Hiller brief ..


to produce at home, quickly and economically 'THE JURY FOUND statement. OCAIA, FLA. / -


fine and cake the raised FOR WINER AND WHALEYIn Ten Thousand (0,000)) yards of Cambric, I MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER

tasty the case of H. L Anderson. I 12 !c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT

hot-biscuit Sid Whaley and Andy Winer for the Nainsook and Swiss Edging aud Inserting; handsomeand THE VARIETY STORE

puddings the frosted layer- possession of a lot just south of Ander-

son's Silver Springs railroad depot. new designs just arrived. UNPRECEDENTED BETWEEN WIND AND WATER MERCHANTS-

cake crisp cookies crullers This lot some time ago was purchasedby HONE
and
crusts the defendants, Whaley and Winer VALUES. Come and see for yourself.OCALA Unsatisfactory Replies to ueries About PATRONIZEAND
from Captain Howard of Grahamville -- *** I .'
alicTroTweTr *
muffins tne e '
with which the ready-made food and when the purchasers attempted to .,.e'" BUY THE

take possession of it Anderson said it -- XMessrs.P. H. Nugent and Ed K. Nelson bq\

found at the bake-shop or does was his property; title to the same was FRESH AND DAINTY /1 who went dofom to investigate the

grocery that of possession, but had never paid a flow of oil in ..Herdando county, did

cent for it. In the language of Sid CRANBERRY SAUCE 3-lb. tin'c.NEW ;;) I not return todaf, but other parties here

not compare. Whaley it was a game of bluff, but in BRAZIL NUTS. I who telegrapl&4 the facts in the

this case it didn't work. Captain How- I case, have had n/satisfactory replies

Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps. are in relating his interest in the lot. POP CORN. 5c. a package.! ( I and it looks now/as if there was more HARDMM4PIANO
II
said this is the second time he has been ASPAUAX. fine for drink. I water than oil in that well.

called upon to defend the title. In the PICKLED.AL..UTS.. "
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ROYAL days of long ago. when Mr. Burnett, BRIE and CAMMIEBERT CIIEE'> :.. _____ DINS
BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW VOt K.
now a resident of Syracuse, N. Y., I [ 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT
MINT SAL'CESARATOGA
---- --- - --- was mayor of Ocala and ran a cotton THE VARIETY STORE

gin and sawmill just east of the presentS. CHIPS.;

OCALA OCCURRENCESK. WEATHER FORECAST S. R. H. depot he (Burnett) got permission BISMARCK HERRING. FIRE AT BROOKSVILLE

from Captain Howard to use
this said lot. It was given him to use AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY ..
Washington April 1.-Fair tonightand Mr. G. Gardy's manufacturing plant: ....
of P. meet Monday night. without compensation and. lo and behold LODGE NO. 19KNIGHTS at Brooksville, was totally destroyedby -'
Sunday. I
he made a claim to the lot in
fire early yesterday morning. No
time by right of possession. In this OF PYTHIASWe EVERY THURSDAYWord -
Vanilla Ice cream at Taylor's.See insurance. ..
12.QUART IINAMELED DISH PANS present erase the right of possession i ,. '

%4c. NEXT MONDAYAT racket didn't count, and Messrs. Wha meet every Monday evening at I was received here this noon
silver shirtwaist fetts m Bur- ley and Winer are correspondinglyhappy. I 50 YARDS OP SILK BABY RIBBONIn
that Mr. Geo. li. McKean's father, at
THH VARIETY STORE .:30 and extend a cordial welcome to ANY COLOR for 29c., Next
It is said Mr. H. L. Andersonwill
nett's. Sarasota, had died this morning at
appeal the case. visiting brethren. Work in 1st rank 7:30.: Mr. Geo. R. McKean and wife MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE TERMS TO SUIT THE PURCHASER./t

J. D. Robbinson the moulder, aftera visiting brethren. J. B. Pardee, C. C. were at the bedside of the sick man .

5 per cent. discount at J. A. Pittman sever spell of sickness, is up, and BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CAtarrh Baxter Carn, K. of R. and S. when he breathed his last. He was GOETHE BROS'. BIG MILLTOTALLY <

4. Son's. will be able to return to work next an estimable man and had been ill fora DESTROYEDJoe
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week. Dr. Smith pulled him through. That Contain Mercury jJENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER long time. To the bereaved the Star We are now prepared to do tuning .

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I i as mercury will surely destroy the extends condolence and sympathy. Davis, who was in town today,
Jacob Stanley of Morriston was in 12He.:! A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT
town today. Mclver and MacKay have just open- I sense of smell and completely derangethe TIlE VARIETY STORE reported that Goethe Bros.: mill, a mile repairing on short notice. --

ed an elegant line of the very latest whole system when entering it I I Hon. Carlos L. Sistrunk, one of Ma- east of the Summerfield station, was .1Qd
through the mucous surfaces. Such
A full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- paterns in grips, valises and suit cases. articles should never be used except on Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice rion's representatives to the legislature destroyed by fire last night. including
will leave tomorrow for Tallahassee their commissary. Loss total; no insurance -
cUn,. and Co. prescriptions from reputable physicians Drugstore. .
to be present Tuesday at the open-
MUSIC
as the damage they will do is OCAlA
Mr. and Mrs. Denham of Flemington ing session. The people of Ocala and -- I ;
ten fold to the good you can possibly I
Mrs. A. E. Condon has been Ill for and their daughter Mrs. Sepia Hall Marion county have every reason to K-QUART. ENAMELED DISH PANS
several da>'s. and children of Lowell were in town derive from them. Hall's Catarrh You have of k. know Mr. Sistrunk will make them a 2ic. NEXT MONDAY ,

today and paid the Star a pleasant call.MEXNEX'S Cure, manufactured: by F. J. Cheney course had u. ..f45' I good and faithful servant, and are sat- AT THE VARIETY STORE --,..,..
& Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, --...
At Taylor's-Popcorn, korn nuts and and is taken internally, acting directly isfied he will return home to receivethe -" ,::',- __ "_':-'''=';'''':=''_''''- -''-:: O'i salted peanuts.Mr. TALCUM POWDER upon the blood and mucous surfacesof plaudits of his constituents. It is a pleasure to note the liberalityof '
12He. A BOX NEXT: MONDAY CHOCOLATE CREW SOW Mr. B. F. Sexton Welrsdale, who
the system. In buying Hall's Ca- )
AT TilE VARIETY STORE tarrh Cure be sure you get the genu- MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER was in town this week, and when the

J. R. Williams of Alachua is at' ine. It is taken internally, and madein DF.UCIOCS }\ "ICE CREAM SODA 12H.C. A BOX NEXT MONDAY question of helping the hospital came BL UNT TREALBSTATBcO B i1-/:

,,-"- cala House. Watches for ladles and gentlemen, Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. ) rOT CHOCOLATE AT TIlE VARIETY STORE up he cheerfully subscribed $25 to Mr. / i1.J. :

t Testimonials free. D. W. Davis to aid the institution. Mr.
from $1.50 to $70 each. A big line to at one ot their many stores and con- ,\ t_ -
hone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for Sold by druggists. Price 75c. per Ocala News Company and Ocala Sexton is a prominent New York'club- Q
select from. A. E. Burned, the Jew. sitfered the Jest you ever drunk INCORPORATED) '
and his winters his finegrove II (1 t
man spends on 'Fi
your stove wood. bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for House stand have the celebrated La .
eler and Watchmaker constipation. Drinks servedat near the Southside Hotel, near o'j
All Chocolate Espuela cigar, Grand Royal, Milo Deyo CAPITAL
Weirsdale. j $50,000. "k- .'fl : ;
Mr. E. C. Smith will go to Gainesville other brands. them and .
and Try
fountain made with you
tomorrow. Mrs. Bridges and daughter of Cole- MONTEZUMA ARRIVALSJ. our are Ocala, Fl fda.. t ; _

man, accompanied by Mr. Allen Bridges will be pleased. 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS
.e4 / Chocolate and after
See the boomerangs at the Ocala one of the most successful truckers I B. Curton, Tampa: M. V. Blankess. 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT

and prominent merchants of the city; F. M. Dampier and wife. Inverness their fo"rrul Seven prisoners, came in today from THE VARIETY STORE I LARGE TRACTS OF ** l
News Company's store. ?
place were in the city this morning. : E. G. Ivey and wife, Floral City; 1W.. TROXLER Jacksonville among them being a

C. M. :Milbum Jacksonville; F. W. white woman, who came to Jacksonville BLACK PATTI TONIGHTThe TIMBER H

"Uncle" John Lanier. the Vulcan of 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS Barse, Tampa; Miss Rhoda Liddon J. Fruits, Confections, Cigars and Tobacco from Charlotte, N. C., and took '

Blitchton, was I in town today. 24c. NEXT MONDAY P. McQuaig, city; H. L. Hough, Dun- up with a negro. They were convictedof Black Patti Troubadour Company FARM and ; ; ; :'

AT THE VARIETY STORE nellon; J. n. Martin, Oklawaha; J. C. living unlawfully together, and both with forty people, came in on i' .

Th Ocala Wotd Yard supplies woodIn Boozer, city: Cary D. Landis, DeLand; got a seven year sentence and are on the Seaboard today and will show at PHOSPHATE' -

Pumps for Irrigating plants; COYT.Iplf.te. E. M. Iseman, S. Fine, Jacksonville. Editor Koonce of the Sumterville their way to Holder to serve out their the opera house tonight. Reserved .
any length. .Phone 32- Times, and a member of the legislaturefrom time. seats for both colors, one section being
Write or call on us for prices. Marlon
MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER his county, was in the city todayto reserved for the colored people. LANDS1

Mr. T. B. Johnson after several daysof Hardware Company.Mr. 12&C. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT see his wife and baby, ere leavingfor 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON I

sickness is able to be out again. THE VARIETY STORE Tallahassee. In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next KENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER A Specialty.. :

T. J. Owen annd Adjutant Bum- MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE 12'/4c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT .if. -

Taylor has a full line of Lowney's by of the Ocala post of the G. A. R., Miss Cornelia Wickers of Coleman, 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS I THE VARIETY STORE We will give special attention to "- ""

bulk candles. They are second to none will attend the state encampment at who has been visiting her cousins, the 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT You wiJ find at our sore also at I

St. Petersburg, April 10. Misses Walters for several days returned THE VARIETY STORE I FROM PRISON LOCATING SETTLERS '
-- the Ocala House stand, a full line of cigars S

Mr. Hudgens of the New York Life home yesterday. Miss Wickersis souvenirs and post cards. Our Don't fail to hear A. G. talk and will look after and supply! their wantv'j
50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn a most fascinating: young lady and George
Col. J. G. Avery and wife of Spencer,
Insurance Company is in the city. ANY COLOR for 29c., Next made many friends among the young Mass., who have spent several monthsin cards are lf>cal an& very pretty. Call tonight at 7:30 in front of the court On our lists are many large and valuable'tracts'of TimberLands -

MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE I people while here. Ocala, left today for Southern Pines and see them. Ocala News Company. I I house. One time, in three days of for Turpentine ana Mill locatious. :

Over 1000 articles to retail at 5 and on their way home. hanging, he was committed to life imprisonment TOWN PROPF.RT also for saie ur lease. *
10 cents on our counters. The Ocala and after five his innocence -
Bazar. Alexander :Moorhead county surveyor Our prescription a parrment Is the MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER was proven. Save years the boys! Our facilities for handling Real Estate are very superior. :

returned yesterday from surveying most up-to-date and has the most care- 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS 12VaC. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT Ccrrespondence soliciteJ. '

Mr. Avery's property, near LakeBr'an I 24c. NEXT: MONDAYAT THE VARIETY STORE -
ful attention of any In the city. Ty
YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn
?? t.Giles'. BEST COUGH MEDICINEFOR
THE VARIETY STOREOn -- ESTATE
ANT COLOR for 29c. Next pings and Co. I. THE BLOUNT REAL COMPANY.
MONDAY'AT THE VARIETY STORE Justice Waid disposed of two cases CHILDRENWhen I N.-

woodyard has the largest sup- our 5 and 10 cent counters wesacrifice this morning: Mose Robins, petty lar

Mrs. George Stewart of Anthony was I ply of stove and fireplace wood in the profit to give" genuine -bar- i ceny. Sentence, $30 and costs, or three you buy a cough medicine for B. \V. BLOUNT Pres: A. P. STUCKY, Ce- .
I I gains. The Ocala Bazar. months on hard road. Garfield Williams small children you want one in which
F. K. NELSON Sec. and Treas.R
In town today shopping. She paid the town. Three wagons running. Prompt I also fell within the lines by you can place implicit confidence. You .

Star office a pleasant call. delivery and large loads. stealing goods from a flagman and want one that not only relieves but S. Hall, T. C. Hall, E. P. Thagard J. D. Robertson, J, N.

for Hampton Macon, Ga.Chambers, to visit, Jr.his, aunt left ,today Mrs. conductor on the S. A. L. R. R. last cures. You want one that is unques- Tiller, L. Home Edwin Brobston, T. L. Young, C. Downing,

Why pay more than 60 cents per aO YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn DavidS1oodroROOM r w Ross. Later he will accompany his night. He got $25;) and costs on each tionably harmless. You want one thatis ; Win Kocker and L. W. Duval. -

pomnd for the best candles? See Taylor's ANY COLOR for 29c., Next aunt to the mountains of North Caro- count, or six months on the rock road. pleasant to take. Chamberlain'sCough House. .
Remedy meets all of these con- Office in Ocala 4
line.12QUART. MONDAY AT TilE VARIETY STORE lina to spend the summer in the hopeof :
ditions. There is nothing so good for
-- --...... restoring his health. 1 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn -
and colds child- =-- --
the coughs incident to --s.---- 1iTTi .i
ENAMELED DISH PANS Th.1rloBishop of Dunnellon has received ANY COLOR for 29c.. Next hood. For sale by the Postofflce Drug- ---- I

24c. NEXT MONDAYAT his commission as deputy U. S. MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER MONDAY:;. AT THE VARIETY STOREMr. store, Oeala, Florida. ----- __ -= 'Si

THE VARIETY STORE marshal of this district, and was sworn 12Y.:<.'. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT I I j

in this morning apu began has duties. THE VARIETY STORE and Mrs. M. E. Robinson:; and 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS Seats on sale for Black Patti, opera FOR SALE ;+
His will be in Ocala. at the Ocala .
headquarters night
Henry Shaw the foremost farmer 12 P. 0- BLOCK daughter, Rosebud, left this afternoonfor 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT house Saturday ,c
I II. store. One hundred and fifty desirable!
the Pedro section, was in the city: 0'1 r -- Thursda-;: S-turda-y If you want cnma or crockery of any I Tampa, where Mrs. R. and daughter THE VARIETY STORE News Company's

day.MENSES'S. On or about kind see us tot orice(, as we have just will spend a few weeks at the Al- building lots for sale, located on Ma. 1-
April 1, Gadson the originator of 5 and meria Hotel visiting friends, while at the Postoffice
10 cent counters in Ocala, will open upa received one of the biggest jobs in this I "SunnJim" takes a few days off, I Wood, green: or dry, pine, CSK or mixed Souvenir Cards rion Height, just one mile due north .
TALCUM POWDER
5 and 10 cent counter department in OCALA FLORIDA shown In Ocala. Mclver 50c. and $1 per load. .Ocala Wood Drugstore. -'-
12fee. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT ware ever which he will spend fishing, before I ofgCourt! house. The Kendrick hard read"

THE VARIETY STORE the Bazar Store.11ENNEX'S & MacKay. starting out with his new line of sam- Yard.
passes through the property. Also 600
I Ill's.
( EVERY THURSDAYApril
TALCUM POWDER 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH ANS acres of good pine land, from 1 to 2
Mrs. L. L. DeFord and Mrs. ChristianAx
12 ic. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT Mrs. Jones who has been visitingher 24c. NEXT MONDAY I
of Baltimore :-are at the Ocala sister Mrs. J. G. Ferguson, for several Gold pens and fountain pens at A. E. I miles north of court house, that will be
TilE VARIETY STORL' AT THE VARIETY STORE
House. 3 two hogs will be sold at high
REAL ESTATE months, will return to Valdosta I Burnett's. noon at the city pound. Take note of cut up Into small farms to suit the pur {,

Seeds of all kinds, fresh anf reliablefor Mr. Louis Lang, highly eligible for Ga., next week. I MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER it. You may be the owner. chaser. This property i. located on the : ._1

matrimonial honors, entertained a 150 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON 12c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT Kendrick and Anthony hard road. and ,
fall and winter planting at Ty- 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON
number of young people at his lovely LOANS-
I In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next THE VARIETY STORE
INTENTION
is of
OF to the
NOTICE especially adapted growth
In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next
dings and Co. home on Lake Weir avenue last night MONDAY AT TIlE VARIETY STORE '
with a chicken (.ilau! MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE I peaches, grapes and other fruits, cantaloupes j ...
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice
INVESTMENTS To Apply forthe Enactment of Local or and watermelons. For prices
50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON
Newton Knoblocl of Martin was in Drugstore.
Just received fresh candy at Tay- I 5 and 10 cent counter departmentnow and terms apply to
In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next in the Ocala Ba town buying a. horse to cultivate his Special Legislation During the Next
opened
being
MONDAY AT TIlE VARIETY STOREW. lor's. Sparrows Chocolates, Caramel zar Store-Gadson.up big vegetable crop. During the week Session of the Legislature of the B. H. SEYMOUR.MENNEN'S t

Beauties Marshmallows and Alakuma. he cultivated and hoed 100 acres of MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER .

A. Baxley of Levon and H. J. cantaloupes and beans, and his only 12ic. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT State of Florida. TALCUM POWDER

Brown of York dined at the Montezuma J. B. Pardee and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. regret was that he could not keep his -
50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn THE VARIETY STORE TO WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN: 12c. A BOX NEXT MONDAY "" _
today. Phillips and children left today for hands at it today: but they had to cometo "
ANY COLOR for :29c.. Next Lake City to reside and take chargeof town. Mr. Knoblock has 300 acres Notice is hereby given! that on or AT THE VARIETY STORE '
Ph hat Lallsa
Our stock of blank books stationery, MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE the laundry which Messrs. Phillipsand in cultivation, including his corn and BABBITT METALWe about the 25th day of May, A. D. 1903, .

stationers' supplies is complete Call Pardee recently bought. tomato crop. He said the prospectswere have several hundred pounds of application will be made to the legislature -
Miss Jeanie Woodrow entertained the 1GUN.
never better.i babbitt metal that we will dispose of to : of the state of Florida for the H R. HUNTER
on vs. Ocala News Co. members of the Young Ladies' Card I 12-QUART: ENAMELED DISH PANS
Club yesterday. The prize: winner! i i mill men at prices greatly to their ad- enactment of a law prohibiting the use
I 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT have been subject to sciatic rheu-
1 ENAMELED DISH PANS were Miss Mona Hiller and Miss Sara THE VARIETY STOREWe I vantage. Write or call at once. The of seines, haul-nets gill-nets, or any --m- .;'!: '
12-QUART a Specialty matism for years, says E. H. Wal- . .
Harris.
24c. NEXT MONDAYAT i dron of Dilton Junction, Iowa. "My Star. other nets or device, except hook and

TilE VARIETY STOREC have Just optued up and have on joints were stiff and gave me much line, for the purpose catching. or -and--

Seed time is here. Our seeds have. pain and discomfort. My joints would
display one of the handsomest lines ol taking food fish from the waters of
It Dame district organizer for the reputation for being the best on crack when I straightened up. I usedChlmbHlain's LOCKSMITHRepairing *
and art ever shown in the fresh water lake In the
rugs squares Lake Weir, a
the" Woodmen of the World returned Pain Balm and have MoKEAN LUMBER Co

yesterday from Montbrook, where he the market. Tydings &; Co. city. Mclver & MacKay. been thoroughly cured. have not hada _0- ____ county of Marion and state of Florida. a Specialty.
ache from the old trouble
organized a camp. pain nor Respectfully submitted.
MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER I have the following properties In' for months. It is ..
many certainly a
SALE E. S. Up-
NOTICE OF MASTER'S (Signed)-!!. G. Eagleton,
12: } c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT Ocala and vicinity for sale: most wonderful liniment." For sale OCALA, FLA .
THE VARiETY STORE Under and by virtue of a certain decree by the 1'ostoffice Drugstore. ham. A. P. Blake, P. M. Olson T. R. LALEXANDERPractical

rendered by the Hon. V.'. S. Bullock Snook, W. F. Milholland, S. D. Carter,

- Mrs. C. P. Rogers of Lexington, Ky., 2. Two-story house on South Orange judge of the circuit court of the Souvenir Card at the Postoffice Telephone No. 121) Henry T. Connard A. P. Miller, Geo.
Children'sWash street, belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin fifth judicial circuit of Florida, in and .
who spent several months with her Drugstore. L. Whipple, A. W. Allen. B. B. Kicker,
and next door to residence of D. S. for Marion county, in chancery, in a
sister Mrs. J. B. Staten, has returned AND BUILDERCareful
E. L. Stafford, L. T. CARPENTER
certain cause rending therein, herein Lawrence Jones,
home. Woodrow. Ceiling Flooring and Siding
G. S. Scott, as receiver, etc., is complainant : lawson F. P. Haskell, V. P. Kelsey.
SuitsIN 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH: PANS estimates made on an contract -
I and William Pendleton andZemula
12-QUART:! ENAMELED DISH PANS 3. All of block 22. Caldwell's addi- : C. Pendleton are defendants, 21(. NEXT MONDAYAT Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber, I work. Gives more and better vorfc .

24c. NEXT MONDAYAT said decree rendered on the ISth day of THE VARIETY STORE NOTIC for the money than any other In town.
'I tion to Ocala (one acre) beir.g theI
THE VARIETY STORE I larch A. D. 1905. I will offer for saleto Every Size and Quality.A .
property immediately north of Mr. J.
the highest and best bidder for cash Messrs. R. C. raples and W. F. Mc- Thit Marion County Will Apply to the

ALL SERVICEABLE 5 per cent. discount at J. A. PittmanSon's. R. Moorhead's home. at public outcry, before the court house I. 'obbs of New York will build a railroad Large Stock of Shingles. Legislature for Authority to TOMPKINr'Has
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&. aoor (south) in O..ala.Iarion county, from Tallahassee to Tampa. They Issue Warrant

FABRICSat 5. The Lewis Plater workshop on Florida between the legal hours of sale, have been in Tampa securing terminal New
I on the facilities. New York Machinery.Mth To all Persons Whomsoever:
They: are capi-
Where, 0 where is the street sprinkler South Second street a well selected stock of -L
First in A. D. 1905, to- talists.
Monday May, :; Notice Is hereby given that the county -
for it.
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great cry gone up Brick and Building.
Rush it out. The p ".)ple, and especially 7: The Rogers place on the south- wit: May 1, 1905, of Marion, through Its board of i Fresh Meats oi all kinds.

I the merchants want to see it the following described real propertyin 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON intends to applyto
from west edge of town, consisting of two- county commissioners,
Marion county, Florida, to-wit: In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next and
I story house and SO acres of land. Commence 40 feet north and 156 feet MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE Undersold by No One. the next legislature for the passageof Vegetables Greens. # _
50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON I -
west of se corner of lot 50, Caldwell's: a bill authorizing and empoweringthem Fresh and Salt Water Fish received ;
In ANY COLOR for :9C., Next Methods Up to Date. -
addition to the town of Ocala. Marion Souvenir Cards tne Postoffice to issue county warrants to the Cedar
C.T
MONDAY THE VARIETY STOREAt 8. The Wade Hoard property con every day. Key Oysters
Fla., thence north 7.07 chains,
49 CENTS TO $2.50at sisting of small house and lot due county.thence west 12 3-10 feet. thence south Drugstore.At Business Growing Rapidly. amount of $50,000 for the purpose of remodeling received daily. Leave your orders

- the Ocala Bazar you will find the south of D. E. Mclver"s residence. 7.07 chains thence I! 3-10 feet to pointof the court house. Said war- with me. Prompt delivery.

only exclusive 5 and 10 cent countersin beginning: also begin at a point !,55 the session of the Southern Bap- Every Customer Pleased. rants to be payable J5000 each and every -

-- N Ocala. 9. 2H acres of land on S. 10th St.. chains west of ne comer of said lot 50, tist Convention in Kansas City, in May, year thereafter until paid and to I I. E, TOMPKINS

\ adjoining property of J. M. Meffert; thence west 1.27j chains, thence s .07 a special effort will be made to secure ,
with Orders.
not to exceed 5 centper
draw interest per
the 1906 convention for Jacksonville pushed
chains, thence east 1.21k chains, north Utv Market
Joe Davis and his lovely little daughter suitable for subdividing into lots; ?
of Summerfield were in the city to- 7.07 chains to point of beginning, or so with every prospect of success. annum. H. W. Long,

day. Joe said the bail storm of ten I known as the Gamble place. much thereof as may be necessary to Come to Us Before Buying. Chairman_ Board of County Corns.

days.ago.did the melon and cantaloupe satisfy the sad! decree and costs.L. 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn I Attests T. Sistnmk flbLTATI
10. 70x140 foot lot Wenona St., I
The' Boston Store vines1great: damage, but they were on W Duval, ANY COLOR for 29c, Next .Clerk Circuit'Court.
corning on again next door to residence of R. G. Blake. Special Master in Chancery., MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE Ofdters Solicited. _, stops the COUdhI1I1U&I<

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The largest assortment of \
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I The Dove of Peace Finds no Ark ont 1'i- -
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HERBERT A. FORD, President. :
+ the Sea of Blood Between Russia .,'
I'Mesh Lot of Fancy Crackers, Also Na- I and GEO. H. FORD Vice President. ;
Japan.
biscosA. i,5.'0l3, Paris. April Whatever hopefulness -**" .
STRAW HATS of peace may have appeared some .... ,- ,..i,

B. Snaps in Barrels days ago. the situation has now completely f ;
changed and there is every

f prospect that the war will drag on CENtRALNATION'AL:

Butter Thins and One-Pound Packages again. Consequently the dispatches BAN r

Cracker Meal saying the foreign minister, Delcasse,
1 Ever brought to Ocala, and our pricesare and Dr. Motone. Japanese minister to

France, have been conferring at the .
Maple Syrup in Quart Bottles, One- right. Come and make a selection former's house Is inaccurate. The OF OCALA. -

Half and Gallon Tins i I foregoing view of the situation is taken

while the stock is unbroken.W. by the parties immediately interested ..
and asserted with the authority of

Hire's Ginger Ale and Root Beer for the foreign office and the Japanese legation. J. K. CHRISTIAN; R. L. ANDERSON]

Family Use Dr. Motone says emphatically Directors I GEO, MAcKAY.HERBERT ED HILLER.
thprc was no peace negotiations on :
A.' FORD. GEORGE FORD.
LEON HANLON
foot, or preliminaries for such
nego- o R. S. HALL. -, .
AT THE J. CHAMBERS SHOE 00.I tiations. .. '.
The Young Poet in Whose Work and -

Success Ocala Takes Great Interest ,

TEAPOT GROCERYIINBERThKERS THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. NOTHING EQUAL v .t-!

.-. I I To Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and "-,

THE LOVE THAT WILL NOT DIE -- --- n __ ___ ________ -.- Diarrhoea Remedy"We I I ._. ._-'_ _
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vicissitudes of life had she been granted ; CREAMERY BUTTER have used Chambei Iain's Colic, I

: Mr. Hanlon's Poem Inspires an Article her dearest wish. I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our
POUND S1J
25 CENTS A "
I family for yt>3IS. says Mrs. J. B. I "

by an Author W h. The ships sail east, and the ships sail I I Cookt of Nederlands. Texas "We have .O / J. 1.>_,
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-AND- Some of the Saddest, Sweetest and west The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con- given it to all of our ('hildren'e I e4:1 t St
have used other medicines for the I U ,
Smartest Sayings in the On the very same winds that blow: stantly on hand receiving a fresh sup- 1
English sam purpose, but have never found
EDIBALMERSWe LanguageElla 'Tis the set of the sails, and not thf ply every two days, delicious, pure, anything to equal ChambeiIain's If I '

gales Georgia creamery butter, 23 cents per you will use it as directed it will always ,

Wheeler That tells them the way to go. pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. cure." For sale by the Postof- d '.
have two Registered Un- ( Wilcox in New York fice Drugstore. s '"

dertakers and Embalmers American and Journal.) It is not the happenings of fate which :

decide our characters; it is the use we EVERY THURSDAY 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH: PANS IU O
All work entrusted to our S
24c NEXT MONDAYAT
make of those happenings. Whatever
will receive and (Copyright American. Journal, Exam- THE VARIETY STORE
care prompt iner.) experience, it is yours to make it the
CIRCULATING LIBRARY .
skilled attention. All em- fertilizer for the soil of your soul. Do
Mr. Leon Hanlon has written a beau- SWEET ALICE WILL STAY SINGLESo
balming fully guaranteed. A not flatter yourself with the Idea that
tlullittle on the Brooklyn Bridgeahlch We have in our Circulating Library
poem
stock of Caskets and had some cherished wish been granted She Says, Until a Younger Man '
splendid contains a refrain of about 60 volumes of the late and popular -
instead of denied by cruel destiny you Than Senator Beveridge Comes
Burial Robes carried at all novels that
out at
"A heart we are renting
that; must bear its burden
would be a better, greater or happier Along Q
times.OGALAFORNITURECO. Of love that will 25c. per volume. Ocala Ncv.s Company.
a not die.
and that all shortcomingsare !
I being, your Washington, April 1.-Miss Alice
I This poem made an impression upon the result of this denial. It is not Roosevelt emphatically denies the story r ,3n
12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS
I my mind, lurticularly at the time I so. We will be what we will be. 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT of her engagement to Senator Bev- i

lead it, because two women had recently Everjcircumstance in your life can THE VARIETY STORE eridge as reported in the weekly New i ''
York paper jesterday. 4I $
imparted to me what seemed to be turned into a blessing and a source i ; 0
Phone No. 11& Night phone No. 04. Senator Beberidge represents Indi-

them a tragedy-the burden of "a love of strength, and every sorrow and pain NASHVILLE RANGESThe I ana in the United States Senate. \

that would not die." can be made a ladder on which to climbto A. \ j 'I....
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One was a widow, who after FULL OF TRAGIC MEANINGAre \.1 -
an unhappy heights of usefulness and success Ocala Furniture Company has r 114'i:

YEIH WATCHESAnd marriage, had met the man she the success of a noble character, a just received a new shipment of those these lines from J. II Simmons, > (tQ ;-, '

believed to 1 be her affinity, but he belonged worthy life and a sympathetic nature. popular Nashville! ranges, in two sizes. of Casey, Ia. Think what might have -rr..1 -.
lesulted from his terrible cough if he ) t :
A REPAIRSGO to another and she put him out For unless these three things are yours I I _\
J They are the best and cheapest range had not taken the medicine about IIt I 'r
of her life and refused to s0e or hear you can never hope for real success, I'I
ever seen in Ocala. which he writes: "I had a fearful
TO- from him. though you become a Croesus of wealth cough, that disturbed my night's rest.I c:1 \a\\ : ,)0I -.-

But the "love that would not die" and an autocrat in power.SCEPTERS 5 per cent. discount at J. A. Pittman tried everything, but nothing would I -/ t .
F. C. relieve it, until I Dr. New
B. WEIHE haunted her and prevented her from & Son's. took King's S S '<
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs ..
The Jeweler finding rest or peace save in devoting TWAIN and Colds, which completely cured me." ; .,-- '
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herself to making others happy.The I PIANO TUNINGThe Instantly relieves and permanentlycures S \ .4 : ::5)) 1 >

second woman had married at (Leon Hanlon's Latest Poem.) Ocala Music Company have experienced all throat and lung diseases; S; 0 0':1'

sixteen, with no knowledge of her own men in their employ who will prevents grip and pneumonia. At the .- a' -. '
MdVER & M&GE&Y Revised, enlarged, and inscribed, Anti Monopoly Drugstore; guaranteed; lit "' ;-. ;
heart, and had drifted along in a monotonous without prejudice to the prettiest woman tune :your piano Right, and put it in 50c. and $1. Trial bottle free.IENNEN'S "} -.:. -

life of material comfort and in Greater New York: first class condition in every respect, .. --
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commonplace happenings, until as a making any repairs that may be need-
FUNERAL DIRECTORS Woman, since the world began, TALCUM POWDER .
traveler through a long lane suddenly Queen of love and beauty ed. Their work Is all guaranteed fully. 12Vic. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT

turns a corner and comes out into a See in me your ..vassal man, Patronize your home merchants. THE VARIETY STORE i

UNDERTAKERSand blinding glory of sunlight, she turnedone Come to proffer duty. .
THE ATTACK ON LIDDONAN I .
of life's corners and met her fate. Roses red are in her cheeks SO YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON

For years this woman's heart was Lilies on her brow; In ANY COLOR for 29c.. Next UTTER FAILURE

Every tint the painter seeks MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE
torn and tortured by this strife btween
EMBALMERS
I I Pensacola, Fla., April 1.-Judge
Nature doth endow.
duty and love. The husband was good Charles B. Parkhill, of the first judi-
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WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD
and kind in his way, and she resolved Sweep the curtain from the past- cial circuit yesterday handed down a

Fine Caskets that he should never be made to suffer She is worthy of all love; I Order it now. .!:>UC' and $1 per load. decision in the disbarment case
From now unto that the last. brought against ex-Chief Justice Ben-
day Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32.
by her love for another, and he never
and Burial RobesAll was Woman's heart is treasure trove. jamin county.S. Liddon The in decision the courts exonerates of Jackson CLOSING OUT ALLGOODS WINTERr!

The lover died, the husband still Quick her teardrops are to form MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER Judge Liddon of all the twelve charges
Quicker comes her laughter 12c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT against him.
; brought
Work Done by Licensed Em lives, and the wife is happy in the con-
I Like a summer Alpine storm THE VARIETY STORE
balmers and Full GuaranteedJ.IVlcNealy sciousness that she has never shadowed And the sunshine after.

__ u_________ his name or brought sorrow to his FOR SALE-The Marsh home MEN PAST SIXTY IN DANGER '
When the south wind murmurs low-
heart through yielding to the impulses (Finch residence), three blocks from !
Softer is her sigh; More than half of mankind over sixty
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II'of the "love that would not die." Hus- Friends may come and turn and go: public square, one block from govern- years of age suffer from kidney and : 4

band and wife are drifting into the Love will not deny. ment building site; a full block of one bladder disorders, usually enlargementof

calm haven of in content. prostate gland. This is both painfuland .
age quiet acre of land 10-room house; with
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Great is she in loveliness, -
dangerous, and Foley's Kidney -
Office :\0, 12 Ft. King Ave. Btrfh. women are particularly charming Greater in her love; bath; finished in curly pine and cedar; Cure should be taken at the first sign ;

Postoffice Box 682 to even the casual observer. They Scepters twain she sways to bless- all modem conveniences. This prop- of danger as it corrects irregularitiesand
Life to brighten Heaven to prove.Once I has cured old of this
carry about them that subtle aroma of erty will double in value in two years. many men
disease. Mr. Rodney Burnett, Rock
sorrow overcome which has developed I loved a maiden fair Price, $3500. Your own terms, if taken '
Port. Mo., writes: 'I suffered with enlarged -
CONTRACTOR BUILDER sympathy and charity. They are sweeter Then the silence shut her In; quick. Ditton and Maloney, agents. prostate gland and kidney trou-

mOl e beautiful and more attractive Now all women haloes wear, ble for years and after taking two bot- BEAUTIFUL NEW OAK SUITS
As befits her sister kin.
Cabinet Work because of having suffered and con- Many items on our 5 cent counter tles of Foley's Kidney Cure I feel better ?
a SpecialtyCareful
than I have
for twenty years, althoughI
quered.I Woman, since the world began that sell regularly at other places for
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Attention Given to NonResident can but contrast them with several Queen of love and beauty;) 10 cents, and many items on our 10 am now 91 years old. Sold by the
Still retain your vassal, man, cent counter that sell regularly at other Postoffice Drugstore. '
Properties. other women of my acquaintance who And mingle joy with duty. places for20' and 25 cents. Come IN LATEST STYLES :

have believed that in obtaining what Leon Hiinlon. and see for yourself .The Ocala Bazar. 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn "' '
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they wanted at any cost happiness and ANY COLOR for :29c.! Next '.

Painting and Paperhanging I the highest: development were to be I II TEX BOB 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE I

found. 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT WILL INVADE SAGHALIENTHIS IRON BEDS OHIFFONIERS ETC

\Ve do all kinds of Painting, Paperhanging -I We all know them-the nervous, LA ESPUELA CIGARSPURE THE VARIETY STORE MONTH :,:

and restless women of advancing years, #i f. .
Upholstering.Let I HAVANA STOCK See our immense line of picture Tokio. April 1.-It is announced thata <*> .
who have discarded old loves for the .... -
division of will landon
frames and mouldings. An endless variety Japanese troops
us bid on your work. Every job at the least call of and .
new impulse the island of in *
Saghalien AI.rll.and
I Made by the FamousLA of design, size and finish, and ,. "t.Ao. ,
guaranteed to be first class who have left a varied record behind take possession in the name of the "
REGINA CIGAR COMPANYOF price. We frame any picture in price, ;
mikado.
them of marriages and divorces. And .. ALSO 'f ,
KNIGHT & GILLETT, accordin gto your Ideas. McIver &
tardy, so rarely, does one find an atmosphere TAMPAA
Next to Chinese Laundry. MacKay. SERIOUS STOMACH !!IP..i. .
of strength
or or repose -
iace Full Stock of All The Brands end .

surrounding such a woman or Grades Carried ;50; YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn TROUBLE CUREDI Big cut in Spring Mattings Lace Cur- '. .
such a man in advanced life. To have prices on ,
OCALA WAGON WORKS ANY COLOR for 29c.. Next was troubled with a distress in my .

always, at every period of life, whatwe NONE BETTER AND FEW AS GOOD MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE stomach, sour stomach and vomiting ---. "- .. .

want does not produce the best results I spells, and can truthfully say thatChamberlain's tains and ; "v --!
Now is the time to have your Carnage Rugs now just arriving.
in the development of character.Far All of the Latest FOR RE "T-The Max Newberger Stomach and Liver lr- -
Buggy or Wagon painted.We Tablets cured Mrs. T. V. Williams
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better is it for the real man or residence, occupied by J. Starr Stern- ,;! ':
do all kinds of Repair Work. MAGAZINES AND PAPERS Laingsburg, Mich. For sale by
Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing. I woman to carry through life the ming- berger in the third ward corner of the Postoffice Drugstore.lQt"ART New, Neat and Natty Designs. }

lIed joy and pain of "a love that will South Third and Pine streets; an eightor -t J

Rubber Tires set by the Patent Goodyear not die" than to sacrifice the highest Ocala House Cigar Stand. nine room house: hot and cold baths, : : ENAMELED DISH PANS : -'.; ::;;:::. -" .

Machine. ideals of character to gratify the desires electric lights, all modern conveniencesand :24c.! NEXT MONDAY ., 4; ':t ;

Automobiles painted and repaired. of that love and to see it die a OCALA NEWS CO., Proprietors. elegantly finished. For terms and AT THE VARIETY STOREA SEE ..US .

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Bring us your work. We are prepared slow death as a consequence, as it almost particulars address the Blount Real ,
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to do it better and cheaper than STURDY OLD MAN $ ; ,
invariably does. FIGHTING BOB SUCCEEDS BARKER Estate Company. ,-

anyone else. Hundreds of men and women who 'i I London April 1.-Lord Kelvin, the
Pensacola 1.-Rear Admiral
read these lines believe themselves April i MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER eminent scientist 81 years old, under-

W. F. McATEER, Prop. I martyrs to unkind fate, because of Robley D. Evans, formally assumed I 12 Uc. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT went a serious operation yesterday,
command of the North Atlantic fleet THE VARIETY STORE and today is reported progressing as
I some ungratified: desire of their hearts here today, relieving Admiral Barker, well as could be expected.

PURE MILK I-some love that will not die, that who retires from active service. Handsome hgn roller top office A. Pfttman&S

I walks like an unlaid ghost at their desks, all of the latest Improvementsand DON'T BORROW TROUBLEIt :

sides and sits beside them at the feast. REKD THIS: finest finish. 4U and 5 feet In
is bad habit borrow anything,
Pure Milk and Creamare i Yet any emotion which deserves the width, and from $23 to $30 each. Just a to Pii : .
but the worst thing you can possibly .
name of love cannot wreck a noble life Mobile AU. Feb. 16, Is99. received by the Ocala Furniture Com- borrow is trouble. When sick sore,

among the greatestof or mar a worthy character.It heavy, weary and worn out by the '
Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis Mo- I pany. :
table delicacies. Theyare must strengthen and beautify it instead Dear Sir: During the past year we I pains and poisons of dyspepsia bil ;

I no matter whether it is a happy have sold over twenty-four dozen"Hall's )I 12-QUART:! ENAMELED DISH PANS iousness. Bright's disease and similar Son
both RICH PURE and internal disorders don't sit down and _
Great Discoverfor kidneyand
and gratified passion or a denied 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT
WHOLESOME if suppliedby de-I I bladder troubles, and during that THE:: VARIETY STOREWe brood oerour symptoms, but fly for
sire.The time have received no complaint. relief to Electric Bitters. Here you '
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man who becomes a dissipated Yours respectfully will find sure and permanent forget-
I & Son. carry the Cnest and most com- fulness of all your troubles, and your
Van
wreck or misanthrope because he did G. Antwerp
plete line of soaps, perfumes and toilet !. body will not be burdened by a load of
THE HERMITAGE DAISY not obtain the woman he loved would I articles In the city. Tydinga and debt disease. At the Anti-Monopoly THE FURNITURE MEN
A TEXAS WONDEROne
have made her life unhappy if he h2 d I Drugstore.: Price. :;0c. Guaranteed. ;Y-
CoMENNEN'S
GEO. B. TYLER. Proprietor. I
directed it. If the emotion he felt for i small bottle of the Texas Wonder K. ..
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her was love, then it must permeate all Hall's Great Discovery, cures all TALCUM POWDER IEXXE -S TALCUM POWDER

his future life with those qualities of Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes 12':c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT 12!,c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT ;,"'! '

W.C. BULL strength and sweetness and aspiration Gravel, cures Diabetes, Seminal Emissions THE VARIETY STORE THE VARIETY STORE PREPARING FOR ANOTHER i ".. .
DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBAND
which belong to love, and in all his relations Weak and Lame Backs. Rheuma- SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY GENERAL ATTACKSt
Exquisite china In the finer grades of
Contractor and with his kind he must be greater tism and all irregularities of the Kidneys I y
imported ware. The prices are verylow. Petersburg, April Dispatches
gentler, kinder and truer for having and Bladder in both men and Or Father Betto>
Builder .. --.. A. E. Burnett I. Special Rates from the front assert that the Japanese or
experienced "the love that will not women. Regulates Bladder troubles In I
$1l.9-ATLA.-"TA, GA., and return. made heavy reconnoisances against the
Quick and Careful Estimates Made die." children. If not sold by your druggist Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice Tickets on sale May 11 and 15, lim- Russian center, the object evidently If so let us show you how to cure them of the terrible eurse:cifarlnk..

Box 64 Ocala. Fla, The woman who becomes a pessimist will be sent by mail on receipt of $LOne being to develop the Russion position.The APPLETINE never fails to cure and the beauty of this Is, that:. & ja.tlent
ited returning to May 20.
or a scold or an atheist, or a nervous small bottle Is two months' treat- Drugstore. belief prevails that Oyama is pre- never knows how he stopped the drink habit Trial treatment and( lrecUGrs -
paring another general attack and the sent postpaid on receipt of %Se. Full communlcatloia eat
wreck through mourning for what ment, and seldom fails to to cure any .y-' _
:50; YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn indications are that a genuine advanceof fidentiaL trea\menr.All .{" ,-.:' :
. EOIEYSKIDNEYCURE was denied her would have developedsome case above mentioned. In ANY COLOR for"29c.. Next II ANY COLOR for 2Sc.. Next_ the main army with wings far extended -
.. ....A RIAht of these same peculiarities in the Sold by all druggists. .1_. MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORES has already begun. : GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 1083 Hefei!Av.,1p Bic __' 3+d--f ;:::

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EVENING STAR HY ROBINSON, President s. H. BLITCH Manager., ON THE MILES CLAIMLetters V

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From Former Governor Mitchell -
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C. I.. S ttUsg., and R. R Carroll THE COMMERCIAL BANK and Former Secretary of State

John L. Crawford
p0ptorI and Publisher* .
OCALA, FLA.
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L. N GER, (Branch Commercial Bank. Jacks. nv1lIe.) younger voters and should be read to -
; appreciate the fact that Colonel Wailes -

Edit-!".,' and General Manager. Capital l, 100000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED' PROFITS, $37,885.37W had a just and valid claim against the I I I Uneeda Biscuit. They con-
-
state:
.J/t *

: R. CARROLL, are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any Accommodations Con January 14, 1S93.-Hon. Robert tain the proportionof
Bullock. House of Representatives, greatest
City'Editor and Builneu Manager siitent With Safe V
Banking. Washington D. C.: :My: Dear GeneralGo"ernor ( 8ab.es

V COME IN AND TAu( IT OVER WITH US DIoxham gave me the purport nutriment to be obtained
DR. E. F. BROWN DEAD of your conversation at Macon regarding -
I Interest Paid on Time Deposits. / Florida's Indian .
--- ) Safety Deposit Vaults for Rent. war claims.I
An Aged Physician, Whose Long Life feel a deep interest in seeing this V from the wheat made and
long deferred and ;
just claim settled.
Was. _Full of Good Works .
and the state reimbursed for the expenditures -

: E. I\ Brown one of fnx most'prominent LONG RANGE PIETY AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW made to protect her people baked scientific prin-

citizens. and | man whose I. from the depredation of savages, and 14 ke upon
I reputatftn was well kno'jn throughout! Editor Star: Don't you/think it rath- you are In full accord with these feelings -

t the stalk died Wednesday night of er inconvenient for Hon. C. M. Brown, Episcopal I your vigor in the prosecution ofthe ciples which insure

'lift week at the hom 'of his daughter; living at Miami to/get up Sunday 11 a. m.-:Morning: prayer and sermon claim, and your most admirable easydigestion

tAfrL_ H..E 1:1: ftf relngonflned morning and tendril o'clock services by Rev. H. W. Little, at Yonge's speech before the house In advocacy of
o hls befffdr eight'and a half months, at the Presbyterlap; -church In Ocala? Hall, the same fully attest"I and ready assimilation. -

caused by a very severe fall fracturing I- Inquirer. Christian fully appreciate the cogency of the '
one hip to an extent that he was suggestion that Mr. S": I. Wailes should (
9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. The best food for both
never able to walk again. 5 per centdiscount at J. A. PittmanSon's. 11 know my attitude upon the question of young and old.
a. Communion.
For the week previous to his death a 3 p. m.-Junior Y. P. S. C. E.
general breakdown of his constitution -,---- V ,-,-. -. __,______,I 7 p. m.-Preaching service by C .E. ,paid. Furthermore, I can see no reason
had taken place and a gradual falling The election returns were canvassed i c ampbell. why I should' hesitate in expressingmy

away until the end-which was peaceful and It/was found yesterday that Dr. i Methodist views regarding the same. Governor -
and without a ,trace of suffering. James .G. BaBkinrift punnellon received Drew in the exercise of his prerogatiVe -
One of his last expressions In the hour for state ; 9:30 a. m.-Sunday school. as governor of the state made a --' :
senator,!419 votes. Twovotes i !: .
of his death was: "All ia well; I fear were polled for E. p,.Thagard 11 a. m.-Preaching by the pastor. contract with Mr. Wailes binding the .. ;
nothing beyond." A faith In whici* his for .,L! rd'a supper. state to pay a certain per cent. as compensation r
one Henry Dunn i of Cffra and
daily walk, through life had made easy for W. K. ZewadskL The Sumterville one :3 p. m.-Epworth League. to Mr. Wailes for his services -

to thus say. ( Times said the vote 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by the pas-V in adjusting and securing the ': .-" ,- -, -- '- ', ,,- :
was light in that to r. claim That contract is in writing. .. ,___ __ ___ __ _.
-" ----- --- Pp "" "
Dr. Brown's nobility of character, county and had not been -
cam'31sedJ We extend a cordial invitation to the duly signed by the then governor and C ..
and Christ-like \
the but V
purity example f would foot up about 100 votes. _
a good and sincere man. whose highs ": "i public, especially to strangers. I attested by the great seal of the state, '
-..- ------,- I and I hall feel it my duty to carry out ?
est aim was the living of a beautiful Presbyterian V
MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER i the contract in its ful! and legitimate ; '
life consecrated to the God who gave V
12%c. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT I 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. scope, just as Governor Drew would
it and to the good of suffering human
ity will ever be an example to the fal THE VARIETY STORE 11 a. m.-Worship. Subject: "For. have done had the claim:: been settled V

tering. ward." during hjs administration. I feel that __ __ ,. _H _
Mr. John D. Anthem. "God be :-rclful"-Ash-: his official acts In the premises are in I _, ., ---- ----_ _. __ .._ ., .-
n
His success as a physician came to Robertson the all round ________________________ '-'r- / -
him some years ago. when he became good citizen and promoter, and one of ford. good faith, binding upon the state, and :: ..

well known In every part of the state the new powers in the production of 3 p. m.-Service at :Martel.: shall feel no hesitancy in giving them V V V V V

on account of his treatment of cancer, naval stores, returned today from a 7:30 p. m.-Worshlp. Subject: "Come the approval of my action.

having made a specialty of this dis visit to his Fruitland Park location. Ye After MeAnthem -." '.It is not a question of the advisa

ease. alleviating. much suffering to hu "At Evening Time"-Ash- bility of employing Mr. Wailes, or the;

manity. 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS ford.A. terms of the employment, but simpl
Dr Brown entered the ministry ai this 24c. NEXT MONDAY hearty welcome 'to all. Visitors executing the good faith, the contract )

native home in Middlesex county, AT THE VARIETY STORET. cordially invited. of my predecessor in the executive office Packed in air tight
packages they
Ontario. Canada. at the age of eighteen, Baptist I can see no room to question m}' areV V V
but on account of falling voice took duty of seeing the contract executed as
L. Johnson
of Summerfield was 9:43: : a. m.-Sunday school. soon as the bill becomes a law. fresh
up the practice of medicine at forty in I the city yesterday and reports a very 11 always always ready for use. A
of a. m.-Morning service. "You are at liberty to show this let ,
years age, receiving his M. D. -degree busy set of people in that section,,
Feb. 10, 181%. from the Hannem- with excellent prospects for truckers.He Anthem "How Manifold Are Thy ter to Mr. Wailes. With considerationof

annlanum Medical College, Chicago. informed us that Andy Jackson, \Yorks"-Barnb the highest esteem, I have the honorto V household convenience a wholesome
V
He has been a resident of the state who assaulted Samuel Dillard several I Sermon, "Opportunities Wasted in remain, general, yours very truly. ,

of Florida for some twentY-five years. weeks ago with intent to kill did not t the Past Three Years." "Henry L. :Mitchell: Governor." substitute for bread
Uneeda
.- Solo, by :Mrs.: Byrne. "Sweet the Mo Biscuit
was April 9. 1826. In Middle succeed in getting bail for had he ,
sex county, Ontario, Canada. In 1856' ments"-Abt. "Office of the Secretary of tate,
been released there I
other
were warrants 3 p. m.-Sunbeam Society. State of Florida, Tallahassee, Fla., Jan without 54
be married Martha Jane Lancks of awaiting him. His farming and I 4 stand a successful rival in
Jean ada, who died some years since. trucking Is being looked after by his 6:30 p. m.-B. Y. P. U. 23. 1S93! -S. I. Wailes, Esq.: Yours. of
;:30 p. m.-Evening service. the 13th is received. Believing that no
Five children survive him-Mrs. H. F.
son-in-law and Mr. Nathan the
Mayo
Urle of this city. Mrs. J. Lichen helm of merchant of Summerfield. Song ser\ice. other man under the circuit of the.sun the field of cracker making. .
Havana Cuba Dr. Russell Brown of Anthem. "There is an Hour of Hallowed could have increased Florida's demand

Gonzalez Louisiana, John H. Brown of l Peace"-Barnby. from ninety to nine hundred thousand I .
New ,York City. and Charles H. Brownof 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBO Sermon, "A Study in Hell." I dollars and knowing that you acted

Bellejlew, Fla. He also leaves a In ANY COLOR for 29c.. Next Anthem "Savior Breathe an E'eningBlesslng.Italian under authority of Governor Drew,

granddaughter Mrs. J. C. Boylston of MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE Chorale. and within the circumference of the

this city. At all services seats free and a cordial statute, I could not realize that the

The funeral services at the Methodist John W. Pearson did not go to Chicago welcome to alL Strangers especially present executive could go back on your NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANYMISS
church Thursday afternoon at 3 on an extended business trip Invited to worship with us. good work.

o'clock were most impressive. From John had his ear too close to the "And ventured to show the governor

pulpit to door was draped In black ground to leave the expected Hernando PIRATING FOLEY'S your private letter to me-told him

the floral offerings were many and county oil gusher. He was expectingit HONEY AND TAR that you only did the work-that you

beautiful. Rev. C. H. Ferran conducted ; i and couldn't afford to leave. did it in good faith, and under contract

these services at which several and that the sovereignty and good
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Fo
beautiful tymns, composed by Dr. MENNEN'S TALCUM:: POWDER l ley's Honey and Tar as a throat and faith of the state was pledged to you j
1! A BOX The governor answered letter im
Brown were sung-his Consecration He. NEXT MONDAY l your
lung remedy, and
on account of the
hymn as a solo by Mrs. S. B. Thom )- AT THE VARIETY STORERev. great merit and mediately, and brought it right into
son. and his version of "Jesus Loverof popularity of Foley'sHoney my office, and I read it and pronouncedit
and Tar
My Soul.. by Miss many imitations are O. K. I verily believe that you will WATSON OUT OF DANGER
/ Grace Marshall.] G. F. Austin, the eloquent young offered for the genuine. Ask for FeIcy's I
rendered several beautiful Methodist (divine pass the claim through the house this
of Dunnellon. accom Honey and Tar and refuse I
selections' and the remarks by Brother panied by his mother and Mr. A's. little substitute offered as no other any session. So mote it be. Athens Ga., April 1.-Miss Agnes HOUSE FURNISHINGS

Ferran were sublimely beautiful and babe came up this morning and pro ation will give the same prepar-I "1 am writing against wind and tide Watson is much better tonight, and

appropriate. ceeded to Mr. Austin's mother's home, It is mildly laxative. It and must come right straight along to will be all right in a few day's.
The pall bearers Rev. R. T. a conclusion. Succes; to you and the
were where the little one will be tenderly opiates and is safest for children and
Williams G. W. Price, W. S. Cone. J. cared for. It will be remembered b delicate I Indian war claim. I am yours to com
;your Sold
the Post-
persons. by
O. Barnes M. H. Porter and J. W. mand. Yours as ever. PLANS TO GET RICH Out stock
Hen readers that Mrs. Austin died a it office Drugstore. of Furniture and House
ry.Some Dunnellon a week ago. "John L. Crawford." Are often frustrated by sudden break- Furnishing

of Dr. Brown's beautiful hymns> down, due to dyspepsia or constipation.
received the due recognition they deserved 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBEOX "Is the following a contract or is it Brace up and take Dr. King's New Life
and his ability in many directions EVERY THURSDAY In ANY COLOR for 29c., Next a claim?" continued Colonel Wailes. Pills. They take out the materials Goods is second to none in the StateEVERY
::
was shown by his writings. He MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE j Ii "Governor Mitchell, one of Florida's which are clogging your energies, and

served as a local preacher many timesin :Mr. William Schoeflin former = i best judges pronounced it a contract ive you a new start. Cure headache
a resident -
cases when he was needed and his of Ocala, but now of Tampa, who I in his letter.:' and dizziness too. At the AntiMonopoly KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATNESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,

-.deuth-oTmlrid. together with a fluent spent a few days here with his old I "State of Florida, Executive Depart- Drugstore; 25c.; guaranteed. TINGS, WINDOW SHADES. LACE AND PORTIER< SADCLEC, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY
and ment.-Know All Men by These Presents ,
eloquent speech, made him likewise -
successful in this walk of life. time. Schoeflin friends, returned was one home of the yesterday.Mr. German. ::1 WHYI I That I. George F. Drew, governorof 12-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS CURTAINS, SCREENS, ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CARRIAGE FOR ANY PURPOSE.

Truly a noble'man has gone to his emigrants brought to this country some the state of Florida, reposing especial 24c. NEXT MONDAYAT SPREADS, SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS,
reward.-Lake City Index. trust and confidence in the ability TilE LAMPS AND TOILET SETS JAR
forty years ago by Colonel Adam Eich- I VARIETY STORE ; AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,

Dr. Brown was well known In :Math: elberger, when there was so much Wailes fidelity, do hereby and prudence constitute of Sidney and I. POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANG. BRICK, SHINGLES, CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MACHINERY .

county and Ocala where he resided oft trouble to get reliable labor in this the said Sidney I. Wailes agent appoint CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITEDVia ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR- OF ALL KINDS.

| *4 aa.fer&'humber. : of years. The editor section. He afterwards drove a stage for the state of Florida to representthe .
coach from Gainesville
of the Star well remembers the the 'iron horse" traversed to the Tampa distance ere I trade said state before the departmentsof Louisville & Nashville Railroad

subject of these lines, meeting him in between the points named and has the general government at Washington Only solid Pullman train with observation Deep well drilling contracting and of all kinds
building done
1881 at a big 4th of July picnic held atSimmons' many amusing experiences to relate increasing City, and to ask, demand and receive and ,
library from Florida
cars
of the government of the United I
near pond SummerfIeld then known, and as on Whltesvllle which- shal of those of Ocala.days. He was afterwards mar- States of America any and all sums to St Louis, Chicago, the West and under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates -

occasion he was one of the speakers, of money due to the state of Floridafor Northwest, with much quicker time
with Dr. expenses incurred by said state on anything need.MCIVER
George Troupe Maxwell and 50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON 9 than on any other line. All meals in you .
others. He then lived some four miles from the year A. D. 1849 to the year
eouthwest of Summerfleld. in Long In ANY COLOR for :2S!II c.. Next U56 inclusive. dining car; service a la carte. Finest

Swamp*Hammock and busied himself. :MONDAY: AT THE VARIETY] STORE "The said Wailes to receive as compensation dining car service in the South. V

during the week cultivating orange I Tryus for performing the abovementioned Leave St Augustine dally 8 a. m.

crops for Northern clients and preachIng Miss Florence Pope of Mariana a work 15 per cent. of all Leave Jacksonville dally 9:30 a. m.Arrive & MACKAYCCAL..A
on Sundays. Later on his son-in- young lady twenty years of age was and sums collected from the general government -
law. Mr John Johanson. now deceased, criminally assaulted yesterday by a i i upon such Indian war claims Chicago ext day, 4:30 p. m.

who lived on South Lake Weir, joined negro farm hand by the name of Tom you'llsee j I and defray all expenses incurred in the Arrive St Louis next day, 1:36: p. m. : : : F L-CRItA.I
: Spiers. The has been arrested prosecution of the
pro Brown and together they cultivated negro same. Also through Pullman drawing room
orange groves and farmed. Still lat erthete'persons and identified. Judge Parkhill will I I "In testimony whereof I have hereunto sleeping cars daily from Jacksonvilleon
established a sawat hold a special term of court to try him II set my hand and caused the great
11111 Dallas, In the southern portionof > if the negro lives long enough. I I seal of the state of Florida to be affixed -I A. C. 1.. 8:05 p. m. Train to Birmingham TAMPA TO TALLAHASSEENew

?Marion and after the contiguousUmber I this the "th day of July, in the Nashville, Evansville, St. EDWARDS BROTHERS

had been exhausted Dr. Brown MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER 0, K. GROCERY I j year of our Lord, one thousand, eight Louis, Chicago, on S. A. L., 8:55: a. m., York Capitalists Laying Their

moved to Leesburg and practiced his 12c.:! A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT ( hundred and seventy-nine. train to Pensacola, Mobile and New Plans for a Road

specialty that of curing cancer, and THE VARIETY STORE Phone 174. CLARK BROS. !i iI| "By the GO\'E'rnor-Attest"(}eo. F. Drew. Governor. Orleans. Tampa, Fla.. April 1.-R. C. Caples' AT THE CITY MARKET
was so successful that he came to\ I :
Ocala and opened a cancer sanitariumin --, I "W. D. Bloxham, Secty. of State." If best service Is desired ask for.1 and William F. McCombs, Jr., of New

the large dwelling now occupied by R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK tickets via L. & N. "York terminal arrived facilities here last for night the to railroad secure Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis

Mrs. W. D. Condon on Oklawaha WILL INTEREST
avenue MANY For
rates
Pullman reservations, etc., which they and their associates, New
which he ran successfully for sev- FULLER & BLALOCK Every iterson should know that good call on or write Geo. E. Herring Fla. York capitalists, propose building from

eral years and, 'but exhausting the work and was he too closed exacting DENTAL SURGEONS ThePORTLAND health deranged.is impossible Foley's Kidney if the kidneys Cure will are Pass Agt. 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Tampa Next to week Tallahassee.they go to Tallahasseeto WESTERN AND! CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS .

the sanitarium and entered into private Fla.
I Offices over Munroe & Chambliss BanI!k cure kidney and bladder disease in every secure a charter for the road.
practice for several years, and in form, and will build up and CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES ,'N SEASON
which he was equally successful. While OCALA FLA. will build and .
these
up strengthen
organs FREE DELIVERY
residing In Ocala he frequently filled A THOUSAND DOLLARS' TELEPHONE 109
EXPOSITION
Terms Cash so they will perform their func-
the pulpit of the M. E. church. Southin tions properly. :No: danger of Bright's OPERA HOUSE WORTH OF GOOD
this city, and often :
was called to disease or diabetes if Foley's Kidney
other county churches. where his J. E. CHACE Cure is taken in time. Sold by the "I have been afflicted with kidney
presence was heartily greeted. His ; Opens June I 1st. Postoffice Drugstore. Saturday night April \ I I and bladder trouble for years, passing HATS OFFto
last move was to Lake City where he gravel or stones with excruciating
I
DENTAL
died. The encomium paid his charac- SURGEON I pain," says A. H. Thurnes, a well
50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON
ter by the Lake City Index is a deserv- Office upstairs. Commercial Ban k In ANY COLOR THE WORLD'S FAMOUS: known coal operator of Buffalo, O. "I: the superb line of vehicles now on .
Low Rates Will for 29c., Next
ing one. Peace to his ashes. Prevail I got no relief from medicine until I began -
Building. Ocala. Florida. MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE display In our salesroom! *! Everythingthat
taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then

We have read so much about Crystal TERMS CASH ARE YOU GOING? BLACK PATTITROOBADOORS j the result was surprising. A few doses modern Ingenuity has devised for V
SPECIAL RATES 'started the
brick-dust-like
substance,
River in the past several years and of comfort, for style for beauty, Into .. .
her wonderful prosperity that we are BE CAREFUL in ;, and now I have no pain across my kidneys goes V

not surprised at the latest move on her Selecting Your Route Westof Round Trip Colonist Rates to Texas and I feel like a new man. It has' these carriages stanhopes surreys

chessboard of expansion. It is noth- the I i i done me $1000 worth of good." FoleV's runabouts drays, harnes sand lap
Mississippi River .
THE Oklanoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory i Kidney Cure will cure every form of ,,
ing less than a Sunday train from robes. Manufacturers have things "
Ocala to Crystal River. There will be SEE Each First and Third Tuesday kidney or bladder disease. Sold by the V /
esetablished on the island a Sunday WONDERFULScenic All new features. I Postoffice Drugstore. down so fine these days that prices areaway J 7 # V

chautauqua. where all the Sunday 1PcThe Colorado as You Go- One-way and round trip colonist ratesto down. May we show you the latest .

schools of Ocala and others along the Entertaining, Enlighteningand the West and Northwest ;ri;) YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBONIn ? 'V

line can resort and hold their conver- Satisfying One-way colonist rates to Californiaand 40 SIX REFINED..ER I ANY COLOR for 29c., Next V

tions. The speaker said the place had the Northwest from March 1 until COMEDIANS DANCERS 4 0BLACK I I MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE S. A. ANDLEY & CO.

peculiar attractions and fitness for MANITOU, May 15, 1905.
Jupdge W. S. Bullock and his Sunday THE ROOSEVELTS IN FLORIDA
school-the Baptist-for water wouldbe PIKE'S PEAK, Special first class round trip rates to PATTI

In evidence on side. The Great Eastern Colorado every day until May 1. Re- Washington, 1. 9
every StarIs COLORADO SPRINGS, (Slme.sisaieretta Jones) I April -Mrs. Rooseveltand

pleased to note the twentieth century and Western Line turn limit June 1, 1905. The greatest singf-r of her race. three of her children. Miss Ethel, The Final Adventures
spirit that animates the coming ROYAL GORGE, The choice of the two Kermit and Archie, left Washingtonlast
most direct Hear Black! "
shire town of Citrus. Pa.sing "auwaatf night at 8:40 o'clock on the Atlantic -
Across the Entire States ol 1 BLACK CANON routes and three gate-ways. RITCTV'I I Coast Line Florida special for

MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER TENNESSEE PASS, I Union and Southern Pacific. i Jacksonville Fla. of Sherlock HolmesNow
12 JOHN j At Jacksonville they will board the
He. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT ROCKER
and CANON OF THE Through Pullman tourist cars operated -
GRAND
THE VARIETY STORE TEXAS LOUISIANJ l yacht Sylph for a cruise of some days.

'-V ______________ __ MARSHALL PASS, each Monday from Birmingham They do not expect to touch at any

The editor of the Star with his wife I Ala., and three cars a week from "The Alabama Blossom" ports, and will beon the water practically Running in the
SO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS GLENWOOD SPRINGSand
all the time in the
ofi
and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Washington D. C., to San Francisco i vicinity

Jones lake of Boston went down to East- Direct Line to SALT LAKE CITY via Atlanta, Montgomery and Funniest Colored Man Jacksonville.Mrs.. Roosevelt. and her children will ATLANTA SUNDAY JOURNALAt
this
afternoon to get a look at
New i
Orleans without change. Effec- Alive return to Washington in about ten
beautiful Lake Weir. Are All on This Line
NORTH TEXAS tive March 1, we operate every Mon- I days.
WRITE ME what time will Presenunjt the :\It'rryuJ"aJ: ; Farce _
you
50 YARDS OF SILK BABY RIBBON day and Wednesday Pullman tourist

In ANY COLQR for 29
MONDAY AT THE VARIETY STORE may be to our mutual advantage Subscription Price for the Thirteen
ARIZONAand without change via the Chicago and I All surface cancers are now known Sundays Mailed to Any Address for 60c.

Mr. Duncan Campbell, of the well WRITE TODAY Alton R. R. and the Union Pacific 20-and-20 I to be curable by Bucklen's Arnica No More Romances of the Great Detective Will be Written After Then

known firm of Klein & Campbell. returned COLONIST TICKETSOn R. R., via Kansas City and Denver. Smartest: and Swellest I Sahe. Jas. Walters of Duffield Va., SUBSCRIBE
Variety NOW AND
GET
writes: "I had a cancer on my lip for THE BENEFIT OF THESE STORIES _
last night from New York Sale to California, Oregon Ask for particulars Minstrel and I
CALIFORNIA Operatic
Specialtiesever that
seemed
.where he baa been for :years incurable till Buck-
a month
buy- and the Northwest J. F. Van Renssalaer, Gen. Agt, len's Arnica
tag goods for the store. He produced by this-the Greatest Salve healed it, and now
by far the largest and finest line bought-the WRITK FOR NEW BOOK OF TEXAS. pat: March 1st to May 15th 1J Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. Colored Show on Earth. it is perfectly well" Guaranteed cure Notify the Carrier or Local Agent, or Addreu V
tore has I I for cuts and burns. 25 cents at the ,
ever carried. G. W. Ely. T. P. A.
Missouri
I. E. REHLANDERPacific -
E. P. TURNER Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. THE ATLANTA JOURNAL

12-QUART Trav. Pass. Agent, Prices and
ENAMELED DISH 50 75 cents. '
!Ce. NEXT MONDAY PANS General Passenger Agent, I Denver & CHATTANOOGA, 1'-QUART ENAMELED DISH PANS Tickets on sale at Ocala News MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER Circulation Department 10 $. Broad SL, Atlanta, Ga. V' :'
24c. NEXT MONDAYAT
AT THE VARIETY STORE DALLAS, TEXAS Rio Grande TENNESSEE 12 ic. A BOX NEXT MONDAYAT

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