The Ocala evening star

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


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


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

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HY ROBINSON, President S. H. BLITCH, Manager. CAPITAL $50,000.00'HERBERT .

J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager. (Continued from first page.)

educational grace, was absent FridAY A. FORD, President.

THE COMMERCIAL BANKOCALA morning, caused by Indisposition, and GEO. H. FORD Vice President.F. .

I Professor Buchholtz presided at chapel WATSON, Cashier.

FLA. I exercises. It was an inspiring sight to I

(Branch Commercial Bank. Jacksonville.) see the pupils take their places. They I|

are as bright and intelligent a student i .

Capital, 100000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $37,88537 body as can be seen anywhere. Their I II CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK 1

eyes shone with intellectual light as I
they the and their
Wo are Prepared to Extend to Our Customers Any Accommodations Consistent cheeks sang morning songs of'I S
vied with the perfect roses
With Safe Banking. Tallahassee as they made their re-

The inspection of the buildings, classrooms

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Safety Deposit Vaults for Rent. dormitories,etc.showed only too
I plainly that the college was sadly in :
need of more room and the wonder
as the genuine school work doneat GEO, MAcKAY. ED HILLER.
---------- grows Directors
this splendid institution Is contemplated : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORDR.

the late Presbytery as a delegate to under the serious drawbacks S. HALL. '
EVENING STARC. the General Assembly which meets in that confront it as it battles daily with

Fort Worth, Texas, May 18. its serious lack of building facilities to .
properly care for the students under its
L BITTINGER & CO. rust, because of the unexcelled workIt
is doing, that the legislature will
C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll R. Veal' Barn and Other, Valuable heed its appeals.A .
school in Florida that can give a
Proprietors and Publishers Property Burned Saturday NightC. student a Rhodes Oxford scholarship is

R. Veal of Cotton Plant lost by fire worthy of serious consideration! and

C. L. BITTiNGER, his barn, stables, one horse a wagon, strong financial help-an honor it pos- Our stock of Furniture and House FurnishingGoods
buggy, farmink implements and his sesses, and accorded in the crucial examination -
Editor and General Manager. to no other educational Institution -
cow and fodder the night of April 22.
The circumstances indicate that it was in the state.
At the chapel exercises Professor is second to in the StateEVERY
R. R. CARROLL, the work of an incendiary. The lossIs none
estimated ft $250. Buchh'oltz remarked that some persons
City Editor and Busines Manager had referred to the institution as a i

Leon county and Tallahassee kInder-

L o. O. F. from other counties to stand up, and TINGS, WINDOW SHADES. LACE AND PORTIERc SADDLED, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,

Miss some of the sweet thingsin more than half of the pupils that packed CURTAINS, SCREENS, ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CARRIAGE FOR ANY PURPOSE.;

Arrangements are about completedfor life - young people: could not have been gath-
the celebration of the eighth anni- ered anywhere in the commonwealth.Forty LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,
the of box ofT.
versary of Odd Fellowship by Tulula pleasures a
lodge No. 22, of Ocala. To this feastof I
reason and flow of soul every mem- the state are represented at the State | ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR OF ALL KINDS.

ber of the order has had a personal invitation College. i i .
We would respectfully suggest that I .
and this is to say that the Invitation

holds good to every and any 1 every senator and representative visit I well and of all kinds do
Odd Fellow in good standing the world and inspect the State College, and the I Deep drilling, contracting building

over Ocala, no or not.matter whether he lives in under thorough its teaching training corps.given the students I[:j under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and esti-

We pleased to know of the
are pres-
Exercises will begin promptly at 8
ence in the school of five pupils from mates anything need.
o'clock. No speaker will be given more II on you
Marion, namely Raymond Mathews,
thon ten minutes in which to give him-
son of J. M. Mathews of Flemington:
self vocative relief.
Oakvale. in Northwestern Marion, Is 1
Attorney T. EL Diggs will be masterof ,
proud of Hugh Williams and Will Mayfield
ceremonies; C. L. Bittinger will M IVER & MACKAY
speak words of welcome: Miss Madge W. Troxler, while Miss Fannie Allen, daughter -
of W. E. Allen, and Miss Farnbachare
Sims Miss Lottie KIngman and Mr. H.
Agent, the female roses from McIntosh'slovely
C. Packham will recite: Mr. M. M Little -
S Revs. I. W. Moore and C. C. Carroll OCALA, FLA flower garden. What Is gratify- OCALA: : : : L-cRI A
ing in the extreme is that the pupils
will speak respectively on the car-
mentioned are diligent and apt stu-
dinal principles of order, namely, Lit-
-- --
-- -- dents, who appreciate their opportuni-
tle on "Fraternity, Moore on "Love,
tie's and are Improving them. mile south of the capital cityof
and Carroll on "Truth. lIon. Frank It will add to the interest of Ocala nence a
I ,
courtesies extended Professor .
For the state.President
Harris will speak of the relations of eople in Mr. Hanlon's poem, "Ocala ,
"The Newspaper to Fraternal and Be- Robed in Beauty," to know that the Buchholtz will please accept thanks. I W. B. Young was absent .

nevolent Societies," while Mrs. FredT. gifted writer, Ella Wheeler Wilcox< S e e but we found a willing and intelligent .. .' '

Jones of Summerville Mass., the read and retouched the verses. It is Thursday afternoon we devoted an guide in the person of young Howard, .. -:: "I'c:... .-',:,' /,

guest of the lodge, will have a word to proof of their merit that Mrs. Wilcox, hour, in company with Raymond Mathews who spent last summer as a waiter at

say about the Rebekahs, Miss Tim- who in artistic sense Is inferior to none, of Flemington, to Inspecting the the Montezuma Hotel, under Colonel

nions the guest of Mrs. Ed Pittman, found very little to change. The edited Florida Normal and Industrial School, Shipman. We visited the machine shop,
wood sawed for the school,
where is
will play, and our,own Miss Sara Whit- poem will be found on another page. colored, located on a commanding emi-
the of the farm repairedand
field will sing. Then, the mind having implements
made, and also outside work done,
been filled with exalted, sweet and ten-
der thoughts, the refreshment committee EVERY THURSDAYThe R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK and then the tailor' paint and type- .,., '-
i setting shops where good work is done.In .',
'the .
will see that the aching void of I '
four the school turns out a .
years ..
corporate members will be duly satis- esteemed Star is claiming credit I FULLER &: BLALOCK tailor. ; -

fied. The evening promises to be a very for all the local and society events appearing full fledged ..' ..
We took a peep into the creamery,
pleasant one. in this paper. It is complimentary I DENTAL SURGEONS
where the milk from twenty Jersey
for it would hardly claim I
Offices Munroe & ChamblIss Bank. cows is taken care of, and butter, the
credit for them if it did not
The Rebekah delegates of Marion equal of the best, is made for the
lodge, No. 15, Ocala, who attended the the: way in which they are written up. OCALA. FLA. school.A .

Grand Lodge meeting of Odd Fellowsat It will next be claiming credit for theBanner's Terms CashJ. young man in the bakery was turn-

Gainesville and saw the splendid "incidents" and "sermons.- ing out bread that looked well, and THE VARIETY STORE.

team work of the Pensacola lodge of Ocala Banner. the aroma arising from baked loaves

Rebekahs demonstrated cannot get Rats! excited the gastric glands.In .
over talking about its beauty and per- the laundry a dozen girls were

fection. It illustrated what persever- SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY ironing, and doing it well.
ence and practice does. The team is DENTAL( SURGEONOffice We also found young men in the

composed of twenty-six members with Parlor Car Service fields, plowIng corn, others looking after -
substitutes for each position. Theseare upstairs, Commercial Bank the stock, etc. All the labor that
drawn from a lodge membership of Parlor cars on the Seaboard Air Line Building, Ocala. Florida. can be done is performed by the stu- ,
will be continued day trains be-
191 persons. They have a drillmaster, I dents, and for which they receive {4
and his only sound of command thro' tween Ocala, Jacksonville and Tampa. TERMS CASH per month, and is credited on their

all of the intricate drill is two clicks board bill of $50 a season, and in this

from a tin cricket. The work lasted for o F way earning their course through the
three hours and in all that time the pj: school.

team's evolutions were that of perfect( c ti W.C. BULL The school numbers 215 students, of
mechanism. This team has been in which number 90 are boys and 125 girls.

existence for three years, and duringthe 2 w1s Of these Marion is represented by Alexander .
past four months they have drilled Contractor and Chandler, T. A. Brown, H. D.

every night In the week, and those Builder -- McDufty, Burney and two Boyds of
whose knowledge extends over the Reddick, Camilla Alexander, Fannie

whole country in regard to staff work Quick and Careful Estimates Made Ayer and Lavina Morgan, all of whomare a
and Rebekuh degree conferring diligent and appreciative pupils of
teams say they have no superior in Box 64, Ocala. Fla the school which is doing a good work I

their maneuvers, not barring the crack for the colored race, and in which we
teams of Chicago and Boston where wish them an enlarged field along industrial PATRONIZE YOUR HOME MERCHANTS

lodges hate thousands of members ThePORTLAND lines.

from which to draw recruits. OCALA LODGE NO. 19KNIGHTS AND BUY THE
One of the lively and impressive effects I Among those with whom we renewed
of their rerfect team work is OF PYTHIASWe j acquaintance at Tallahassee were

their superb oriental ribes, which cost i Judge W. A. Rocker a member of the I
$;jO each, and when they appear on the meet every Monday evening at 1 state supreme court! Editor Gene I
floor with subdued lights and the glareof Mathews of the Starke Telegraph, anda
7:30: and extend a cordial welcome tovisitir.g I EXPOSITIONOpens !
Roman fire to heighten the effect of member of the House, and Joe Hum-
their dress and evolutions it is truly brethren. J. B. Pardee, C. C. phries of the Braidentown Journal, anda HAROMANPIANO
Baxter Cam, K. of R. and S.
magical and beautiful.
June 1st.Low member of the Senate.WILL .
Pensacola's staff team of Rebekahs. r

AS they appeared and exemplified their INTEREST MANY
work in Gainesville, was an experienceto

those who had never seen such won- Rates Will Prevail Every person should know that good

derful work as a revelation indeed." It health is impossible if the kidneys are
has stimulated and electrified the Ocala ARE YOU GOING deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will

lodge to such a degree" that they pro- cure kidney and bladder disease in every -

pose to compete for similar honors. BE CAREFUL: in form, and will build up and
_. _
Selecting Your Route Westof will build up and strengthen these organs -
The churches well filled will their func-
were yesterday tie! Mississippi River so they perform
with flowers." Easter hats, Eas- NOTICE OF SESSION tions properly. No danger of Bright's

ter hymns and attentive and delighted SEE WONDERFULScenic disease or diabetes if Foley's Kidney I
hearers to the splendid Easter sermons Cure is taken in time. Sold ly the
preached by every divine that filled a Ocala Lodge No. 851, Benevolent and Colorado as You Go- I Posto ::ce Drugstore.JOB .

pulpit in Ooala. W* couldn't hear them Protective Order of Elks < Entertaining, Enlighteningand TERMS' TO SUIT THE PURCHASER
all so went to the Christian church and a Satisfying PRINTINGIf

heard Evangelist" Frazier, who spoke as Regular sessions on second and
simple and eloquent a discourse on the 'fourth MANITOU, you need job printing of any kind,
Tuesdays in each month.
three monuments, illustrated of Jesus' urothers invited. PIKE'S PEAK from a card to a book, send your order We are now prepared to do tuning and
death burial and resurrection as was cordially to the Star office. We have J2000

I''er'oice,1 in Ocala. Its tower and David S. Williams, Secretary. COLORADO SPRINGS, I I worth of the finest job stock-paper, repairing on short notice.
eloquence rested in the exquisite simple Initiations at next meeting. envelopes cards cardboard etc.-that I
manner in which he presented these I ROYAL GORGE, I has ever been carried by an office inI I

three greatest" facts in the world's history WALL PAPERIf BLACK CANON I this section.
for what can be of greater: Interest We have recently put in a lot of the I
than the' salvation of the people of TENNESSEE PASS, newest and prettiest faces of type and
wish work done in the wall OCALA MUSIC CO
earth and this is what those flctmt :you paper CANON OF THE CRAND, some improved machinery.
line let us send our with
an. Miss Whitfield sang splendidly We have the best job printers and ,
ples for inspection. MARSHALL PASS
What we have said of the servicesat your I pressmen in the country. '
the Christian church is in accord GLENWCOD SPRINGSand Our prices are right. I
with the services at the Methodist bj Send your order. If there is anything -
Rev. I.. \V. Moore, the Presbyterian by BEST COUGH MEDICINE!: i wrong we make it rightBITTINGER 0
Rev. W. C. Lindsay, at the Baptist! FOR CHILDREN Are All on This Line i & CO. I HATS OFF
here Dr. C. C. Carroll surpassed himself I
WRITE ME what time will
and also at the Catholic church, Wren: you buy a cough medicine for you i LOST-A solid black skirt. lost be- to the superb line of vehicles now on .
where Father Bottolaccio held forth to be likely to make the trip. It
small children you want one in which I tween George Closes place and Ocala. display in our salesrooms! Everything
a large and devoted audience.In you can plane implicit confidence. You may be to our mutual advantage I Finder will please leave the same at the for '
that modem ingenuity has devised
spirit and in truth the /
gospel was
Star office.
want one that not only relieves but
preached yesterday in Ocala in all the' cures. You want one that is unquestionably WRITE TODAY I f comfort, for style, for beauty, goes Into

churches. Let us hope the presence of harmless. You want one thatis COLONIST TICKETSOn SERIOUS STOMACH these carriages, stanhopes, surreys,
the Easter lilies in the' sanctuaries
their" have pleasant to take. Chamberlain's Sale to California, Oregon l} TROUBLE CURED runabouts, drays, names sand lap .
graven image on all souls and I
meets all of
Cough Remedy those
the spiritual nature of the whole people con- and the Northwest robes. Manufacturers have things ( T ; ,
ditions. There is nothing good for
has risen to a height that will be to all the coughs and colds incident to child- March 1st to May 15th I was troubled with a distress In my down so fine these days that prices are )

an everlasting joy and blessing. hood. For sale by the Postoffiee Drugstore I stomach, sour stomach and vomiting away down. May we show yon the latest ,
Missouri, I. E. REHLANDERPacific | spells and can truthfully say that ,
Ocala. FlorIda. /
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver ?
Trav. PassAgent, |i -
Justice of the Peace J. O. .a
Turnipseed Tablets cured me-Mrs. T. V. Williams -
who Is an elder in the McIntosh Spalding's baseball guide books on Denver & CHATIANOOGA. i Laingsburg-, :Mich. For sale by S. A. STANDLEY &, CO. r: y
Presbyterian church, was appointed bj sale at the Postoffice Drugstore. Rio Grande TENNESSEE the PostofUw Drugstore.





Volume JO, Number 268. OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 24, J905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea



Florida Bottled Syrup, of the People and Policies the I The Chief of the Gang of Horse OCALA, FLA

Editor Saw in His Recent Visitto Thieves Which Had Its Headquarters -
Condensed Minced Meat in the State Capital TIES Near DunnellonC.

Telephone No. 121).
Packages, Charley Moore, son of our Rev. L. W. M. of this city, and JesseD.
Moore, is a clerk In one of the legislative -I
Hope of Brool:ville, have succeeded -
Maple Sytup, committees, and is delighted with j I Ceiling, Flooring and Siding,
his position. He Is a bright young; All Kinds in recovering! from Dunnellon and

Three Pound Tins Cranberry man, of pleasant manners and is mak- I vicinity sx of the horses which have Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber
ing friends a plenty. been recently stolen from Tampa and I !

Sauce, vicinity. As reported in the Tribune i.
I Every SUe and Quality.A .
several days extensive horsestealing -
Mr. Billingsley, formerly of Redick, WHITE CANVAS
One Pound has been done in this section
recently -
Packages Tapioca -
and a law student in Mr. Zewadski'soffice Large Stock of Shingles.New .
the horses secured being either
in this city, but now with the
sold or traded to in adjoining
big new bank in Jacksonville, got a
sixty days' leave of absence and is doing counties. Machinery.Lath .
One Pound Barley Barnett lost horse and found it at
Packages clerical committee work in Talla- Are particularly{ nice for Easter.
Dunnellon, and he and Mr. Hope also
hassee. He has had a great deal of experience Brick and
interested themselves to find other ,
and is of valuable assistanceto
horses which stolen from
were peoplein
Two Pound Tins Corn and committees In. giving. them pointers. I this vicinity. Six of the stolen horses '
Undersold By No One.
have been recovered to date.

Tomatoes, We ran up against ex-Senator Yan- W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO I The persons who bought or traded
cey of Lake county, but now of(Tampa.He I for the stolen horses say they were Methods Up to Date.
One Pound Jars Elite Jams. is a very pleasant gentleman, and is sold or traded to them by one W. N.

doing clerical committee work. Donaldson, who is well known in this Business
Growing Rapidly.Every .
Guava and Currant Jelly. THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. city, but who is not now to be found

Rev. W. D. Turnley of Arcadia is in here or in the vicinity. Customer Pleased.

AT THE Tallahassee in the interest of a law 1 I Would Meet Sudden Fate
preventing the sale of patent medicines -- ------------ Mr. Barnett says that the farmers Rushed with Orders.

which contain alcohol, and also on tem- CREAMERY BUTTER PIANO TUNINGThe about Dunnellon who were victimizedby
TEAPOT GROCERY perance legislation and is very hopefulof the horse thief are in a great stateof
'- getting in some good work. Mr. 25 CENTS A POUND Ocala Music Company have ex indignation, and it would be all off Come to Us Before Buying.

Turnley formerly resided on Lake I I perienced men in their employ who alai with Donaldson should he show up in

Weir, then in Ocala, where he practicedlaw and it In that locality again. Orders Solicited.
The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con- tune your piano Right, put
and edited the Florida Baptist I One of the horses recovered was the
IINBERTAKEREMBALMERS stantly on hand, receiving a fresh sup- first class condition in every respect,
Witness. He then went to Tennessee, property of Mr. Richards of Palmetto
entered the ministry and came to Ar- ply every two days, delicious, pure, making any repairs that may be need- Beach. The horse was described in a J

-AND- cadia, where he is doing splendid workin Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per ed. Their work is all guaranteed fully. lost advertisement in the Tribune,

building up the Baptist congregationat pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. Patronize your home merchants. which led to his recovery and Iden-
that place. tification, the animal having been sold
to a.farmer near Dunnellon by Donald-

We shook hands with CongressmanFrank son.-Tampa Tribune, 23rd. Om

Clark of Lake City, and he is as
enthusiastic as ever on rural free delivery OCALA ROBED IN BEAUTY
We have two Registered Un- .

dertakers and Embalmers AN IMPORTANT FACTORWe Poem Written by Leon Hanlon and Edited sH .

by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Major St.-Clair Abrams of Jackson-
AH work entrusted to I
ville was one of a committee from the Now April, like a young housewife, appears I
care will receive prompt and Jacksonville board of trade, who drew II H
up the law, and which passed the Sen- careful I To set the world in order; here and I I II
skilled attention. All em- ate Friday morning, granting certain give painstaking there K1CROCERY.

A privileges to the East Coast Railwayin She flicks the lingering snow; her busy I I
balming fully guaranteed. extending this line from Miami to tion to the minor details of our customers' shears

splendid stock of Caskets and Key West. It will be remembered that Prune ugliness away; with loving care
Mr. Flagler had abandoned this great This She decks with green the branches
Burial Robes carried at all project, and the Jacksonville board of accounts. an impor- brown and bare,

trade, knowing what that line meant Bids flowers to bloom and happy birdsto
times.OCALAFURNITURECO. for that city and the East Coast, took tant factor in estimating the valueof I sing.

this method of reinteresting Mr. Flag- Farewell old winter, and farewell, despair -
ler in the work, which will cost $13- !
our services. ,
000,000. 4 I Joy rules the world and hope is on the .
I wing!
Phone No. 10. Night:/ phone No. 94.
L. J. Brumby, editor of the Florida Let every heart that loves, a loving

j Fruit Grower, Ocala, is doing fine workas tribute bring!
correspondent for the Gainesville MUNROE & CHAMBLiSS, BANKERS CLARK BROS. Proprietors
: Whence comes the robin? whence the
Star and Ocala Banner, with other I i
HEs OCALA; FLA. tender thought 1II
YE-t AT newspaper. work.. I That chimes with fairy cadence in my I Phone J74IMVER

AndREPAIRS II heart?
G. J. Stroziar, assistant reading clerkin I From the far Scuth; it is there Dame
the House is in evidence and always Xature caught
GO TO glad to see Marion countyites, with The spirit of all beauty, and with art
whom he lived foteyears' before goingto I Has made a garden of the common & MAOKAY

F. G. B. WEIHE Orange count}". mart.
I ,The Xorth has rugged beauty, wintry I

The Jeweler. II Mrs Bate Perdue is there in the Interest mm m ESTATE CO.Iyc01 I snowsI '

I of her live pigeon bill. It is a bill I An angel .pureness to all things im- I, FUNERAL DIRECTORS
i part.Summer
prevent sportmen from shooting live
birds for sport, and compelling them I ( YORATEL) is not unlovely; but the rose(UNDERTAKERSand
Reigns in the South, and all that withit ,.
J.SVIcNealy to use clay pigeons instead, and it looks r

like a sure winner.: She is in dead ear- I CAPITAL, $:)OOOO. goes!
nest in her work and wins support
Office No. 12 Ft. King Ave. Ocala Florida. Ocala robed in beauty, like the queen
from all she approaches. She is also' ,
I Of old, who swept Marc Antony's heart EMBALMERS
one of the social lights of the Leon, I
Postoffice Box 682 with fire;
I which just now is very gay and delir-
j Ocala, robed in beauty, thou are seen
ious with social functions. LARGE TRACTS OFTIMBER Fine Casket
I Yet in my dreams as last I did admire
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER The tropic glory of thy rich attire!
General Robert Bullock Marion's I The moon rode high in splendor; a and Burial RobesAll

veteran citizen, soldier and statesman, i I faint breeze
received marked attention while in Tal- FARM and Died in the mosses, as if Xature-s lyre
Cabinet Work a Specialty lahassee and on the train many peo- I I Had sung itself to silence in the trees Work Done by Licensed Embalmers
'ple recognizing him whom he had almost PHOSPHATE !Those sentinels that watched the city and Full Guaranteed
Careful Attention Given to NonResident -
forgotten. I wrapped in peace! -
Properties. LANDS
Ocala-homeless, here I found a home
Among the pleasant gentlemen we And, motherless a heart of mother Painting and Paperhanging
met was Mr. Kilgore of Wildwood, the A Specialty.. I

A PRESSING CLUB I II I' representative who is standing from solid Sumter with Marion's county, I Though love far; away my wandering steps I We do all kinds of Painting Pa

I I i may roam
We will
delegation in any interest that effects give special attention t'
Fond memory goes with me and I
I Marion. He made an excellent speechin perhanging and Upholstering.
Is one of the conveniences and necessities LOCATING SETTLERSand prove
support of Marion's rent bill, I
of a city. We are maintaining The wondrous sweetness of that hope
a strictly up-to-date club. Our customers : as aid ai"oIr.. Knight of itrus. with will look after and supply their wanes. above Let us bid on your rork Every Jcb

talk for us. TVe get business whom we visited. the. state. college. On our lists are many large and valuable tracts of Timbe All other hopes, a star by which to guaranteed 'o be first cls.cs.

from far and near. Gentlemen's cloth- Lands for Turpentine ana Mil: locatious.TOWX steer,
ing and ladies' skirts cleaned and We had the pleasure of listening to PROPERTY also for sa e or lease. Joy to thee dear old town, and onward KNIGHT & GILLETT,
pressed. Work called for and delivered Carlos L. Sistrunk's speech on the armory move ,
Our facilities for Real Estate Next to Chinese Laundry.
promptly. Buy a membership in the rent bill which was an able and I'' very super Dr. To thy appointed destiny, nor fear
Ocala Pressing Club.LAWRENCE. eloquent one. and won the undivided Ccrrespondence soliciteu. That any fan forget, who ever tarried
i'attention of the Hou e--a compliment I i here. I
BALLARD, I that was paid to no other speaker on THE BLOUNT REAL ESTATE COMPANY. I

I that important occasion. "Carlos" is
THE srf
Proprietor. EVERY 4
making his mark an a legislator, and
IN unit of action on the part of B. W BLOUXT, Pres. A. I'. STICKY, Vice-Pres.
i Mt-psi Pistru.ik and Wartmann is id- I E K. XELSOX. Sec. and Treas. FORT KING REPEATED AT JOLO '
( TExas aaci icEtp
PURE MILK !; ron tr.Ml;; nnd l on there all are matters no two affecting more forceful Ma-- I R :'. Hall, T. C. Hall, E. P. Than J. D. Robertson, J. X. Moros Attacked Americans Just Like]

i j. representatives in that body who j Tiller L Home, Edwin Brobstun, I. L. Young, C. Downing, Seminoles Assailed Them Near Ocala! '0

Pure Milk and Cream I I,look closer to local interests or exert amore j,1 \Y1 1. F ,)cker and L. Vv. Duval. "* Three-Score Years Ago ,, 0 RAILWAY

are among the greatestof I, their point.potent influence always carrying i iSpeaker ;, Office in Ocala House. I I Manila. April 24.-The walled city I

The Great Eastern
of Jolo was attacked by Moros on April
table delicacies. TheyI I B'. "_..-. -' ;'-- .""-:- -_.: ..:-._- ;. _.... ...;.-4- :.'. ..",': :. __|i\\9. They fired into the officers club and I I
Gilchrist is making a very
are both RICH PURE and popular presiding officer. He is the I"dispersed: those present at a ball which I I and Western Line
: most democratic presiding officer we was in progress. On April 10 the secretary -
WHOLESOME if suppliedby have ever s"t"nIan}" members jump, of Governor Scott was ambushedand I Across the Entire States oi

I and forget all about saying "Mr. killed within range of the sentries.A .
j Speaker:. before plunging into the sub- datto refugee from Borneo has organize I'!
I!jest matter they han in hand. Everything ) the Moros, who are defying the TEXT( | und lOUIS lAM

THE HERMITAGE DAISYGEO. goes and such unseemly: actionsdo Americans. General Leonard Wood has

not seem to even be noticed by the arrived at Jolo from Zamboanga and
B. TYLER Proprietor. speaker. CUT GLASSIS given the Moros ten days within whichto NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIOS

-- ---- surrender the refugee datto. If thisis
Direct Line
not done he will concentrate a sufficient -
L.ALEXANDERPractical A word about Miss Jefferson BelL
force to secure a compliancewith
who is the representative the Jacksonville demands. NORTH TEXAS
Sun in legislative matters and AT ITS BEST NOW.It I his

also for the Tallahassee Capitol. We NEW MEXICO
think she has found her vocation and
CARPENTER AND BUILDER is showing reportorial ability of a very comprises some of the handsomest designs and the ARIZONAand
to borrow anything,
bad habit
high order and her writings have that richest cuttings that have ever been shown in town? a
Careful estimates made on all contrac interest and chum that has given her a but the worst thing you can possibly
vork. Gives more and better work call to Jacksonville to take a positionon They are well worth seeing, which is true also of another I borrow is trouble. When sick, sore,
for the money than any other In town. heavy, weary and worn out by the
the staff of the '
present day journal- and quite different line of our goods- pains and poisons of dyspepsia, bil-
istic luminary, the effulgent Sun-a
iousness, Bright's disease and similar
compliment few persons can boast of. WRITE FOB NEW BOOK OF T :XAS. ESE
ISAAC SIMMONS WATCH CHAINS. internal disorders don't sit down and -
Miss Bell took in the Pensacola excursion -
brood over symptoms, but fly for
to "do it up" reportorially, andit
relief to Electric Bitters. Here you
Painter and
Paper Hanger will make interesting reading. We have tine assortment of of these
a patterns the SIMMONS will find sure and permanent forges General Passenger Agent
chains as well as a nice line of the SIMMONS fobs. fulness of all your troubles, and your
AH kinds of painting, papering, varnishing We took a look at the Florida State body will not be burdened by a load of DALLAS, TEXASi'OLEY5I10NEYANDTR
hard oil finishing, staining, I CoUegeand found it running over with debt disease. At the Anti-Monopoly
kalsomining, etc, neatly done. All students-375 in all. Presiednt Mur- Drugstore. Price 5Cc. Guaranteed.
work fully guaranteed. Call on or write phree. who adorns his office \titli such A. E. BURNETT
me for estimates. ISAAC SIMMONS, Spalding's baseball guide books on
126 South Main St., Ocala Fla. (Continued on second page) sale at the Postoffice Drugstore. Cures Colds Prereds Pneuraoala _

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evidences of Christianity will be Report came In this morning that

discoursed of tonight by Evangelist Frazier there had been a killing at Horne'a

at the Christian church. Subject: i still in the direction of Levon. The

TRUNK "Is the Bible True?" Services begin summons came for Justice Wald to AT THE CITY MARKET

promptly at 1:30. come out and hold an inquest. He

Two services tomorrow at the Chris- went out with a coroner's jury. Sher-

J tian church. "Woman's Place and Priv- iff Gordon went out, too to get the & Retail
SUIT CASE Leading'Vholesale
OR ilege in the Church" 3:30 p. m. and murderer. One report Is that three negroes -

_ "Shall We Know Each Other in the were shot, another report said

Next World" at 7:30 p. m. one. It all came about by indulgingin

/ "Rachel and Jacob" lecture Friday a Sunday game of "skin" instead of
afternoon at 4 o'clock. This is the going to Sunday school. Details will

_ meeting for women and girls. "Jacob" be given on the return of the officers.

heard his lecture yesterday afternoon. CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
GIVE US A CALL. "The Church and the. Fraternities"next Justice Waid and the inquest juryin

Sunday. the shooting of Will Jones by Sandy FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 101
Lockley at Home still at the old Elizabeth -

A BENEFIT mine, some eight miles south-

west of Ocala returned to town at
Messrs. Taylor and FIshel will givea noon. The jury consisted of M. Phil- IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF MONEY CALL AT

benefit Wednesday, Thursday and lips, J. W. Sylvester, Allen Bridges,

Friday nights under canvass on the lot Will Carman, Josh Andrews and Mr.

opposite the A. C. L. passenger depotIt Ley. The jury is not yet ready to givein

OCALA OCCURRENCES WEATHER FORECAST is for the benefit of the auxiliary fire a verdict The shooting took place UNCLE SHOTSPAWNSHOP. ii

department of the city, and it is hopedit Sunday between noon and sundown.

Washington, April 24.-Increasing will be well patronized. Rememberthe Jones was probably: thirty feet from

K. of P. meet tonight. cloudiness with rain tonight and prob- boys who guard and protect your Lockley when the latter fired the fatal

ably Tuesday. homes while you sleep. shot which entered Jones' forehead. .
Jones "s a young unmarried man and
Elks meet Tuesday night. 8F -
Any citizen in Ocala who desires to BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CA- his a sister living at Green Cove .

contribute to the hard road between Springs. Lockley is from North Caro- Ii
Vanilla ice cream at Taylor'LOdd tar.-h That Contain Mercuryas :
Ocala and Dunnellon, will find a list at lina and has a wife and seve nchildren.It You the
Munroe and Chambliss Bank. mercury will surely destroy the seems the latter had been drinking.The can get most

Fellows meet Tuesday evening. sense of smell and completely derangethe cause of the shooting is not known. liberal loans on yout

whole when entering it and returned late 6p-
system Sheriff Gordon posse DiamondsVatches
FOR SALE-A Jewelry
nne upright piano, ,
James Duffy is the new city Ira-
the surfaces. Such
through mucous in the afternoon and reported mur-
perfect in every particular, J125; worth Furniture Tools and all
pounder. articles should never be used except on derer had made good his escape. u' ,
every cent of $200; standard make. r -, Kinds of Personal
prescriptions from reputable physicians Property.
Call at J. A. Pittman & Son's, furniture _
Souvenir Cards at the Fostoffice as the damage they will do is WHO WANTSA --.o ---;-
dealers, Ocala Fla. PLEDGES FOR SALE
Drugstore.A ten fold to the good you can possibly =
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh good home at a low price? We have
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and M. Rubin Business Strictly CocfidentiaL
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney for sale the D. Williams house on corner ,

full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- daughter, Annie Blair, Mrs. Annie Martin & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, Sanchez-and South Third streets. Proprietor. 14 North Magnolia St.
and Miss Gamsby returned today
dings and Co. and is taken internally, acting directly Cheap, if taken at once. Fine location;
from Woodmar Lake Weir.
on upon the blood and mucous surfacesof large lot! good house. Ditto & Ma- OCALA, FLORIDA.

Big stock of mosquito nets at McIver Pumps for irrigating plant. complete.: the system. In buying Hall's Ca- loney. -
tarrh Cure be sure you get the genu-
and MacKay's. Write or call on us for prices. Marion ine. It is taken internally, and madein Charles Rheinauer's always cheerful

Hardware Company. Toledo Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. countenance has been more than usually W. P. EDWARDSAt
At Taylor's Popcorn, korn nuts and Testimonials free. radiant for the last few days. The
-.aJed peanuts. Mrs. Will Graham accompanied Mrs. Sold by druggists. Price 75c. per reason is that last Wednesday morn-

Zewadski to Arcadia as a delegate to bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for ing he was informed that his favorite the City Market

The Ocala Woed Yard supplies woodIn the meeting of the Woman's Home constipation.T. mare, "Joe," had been visited by the

32. Mission Board of the M. E. church equine stork which left her a handsome Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetables
any length..Phone South. G. Crawford, the big mill owner at little daughter colt Charlie is almostas ,

I Inverness, who employs over" a hundred proud of that colt as its mammy is.

Turpentine supplies of all kinds at I hands, has sold his mill and timber in Season
FOR RENT-The house just
the Marion Hardware Co. lands to Colonel West of the Levon SITUATION WA\'TED-By compe-
Mr. S. A. Rawls. Newly papered I mill.: The papers are now being made tent, trustworthy, settled white woman, \
returned from St .throughout. Can be seen by calling at City and Country Trade Solicited
Mr. R. R. Carroll out experienced in the care of he sick,
the residence of T. H. Wallis, 116 S. I.
Petersburg this afternoon.Spalding's either sex, or would go as housekeeperin
Second Ocala Fla.C. .
street WANTED-Position ; traveling I good family. Apply at this office at Free Delivery Pfmne t2 t.
baseball guide books on
H. Cooner has sold his interest in salesman or in store. Ten years' experience once.
sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.Mr.
In the hardware business. Can
the Alligator Lake sawmill, near
Mrs. B. B. Ricker of South Lake
fill position in the mercantile line.
Welshton to S. S. Savage who, with any
S. W. Teague is spending a few Weir came up yesterday and was the
will continethe Apply to the Star. THE WESTERN UNION FOR SALEOur
his brother C. A. Savage,
days with his mother at Lady Lake. guest of Mrs. C. L. Bittinger.If .
Ben end Heron Todd gave an enter- Has Extended Its Money Transfer Bus- business Is offered for sale. We

HOUSE TO RENT-Next to my res- The Ocala News Company is open- taining Easter egg party to a host of you expect to travel, call and select iness to Foreign CountriesThe will sell the entire business at a big
idence 116 S. Second St. T. II. Wallis.
ing up the largest and finest assort their young friends Saturday night at a trunk, grip or suit case from the bargain, or it not sold in this way, the
the palatial home of their mother in Western Union Telegraph
Rev. Newton Plummer of Anthony ment Ocala.of The glass ladies miscellany are Invited ever seen to inspect in- the second ward. Mrs. Todd was ably largest and best stock of these goodsin pany has extended its money transfer stock will be sold out at cost. The mil-

spent Sunday at Crystal River, preach- the goods. assisted in entertaining the young peo- the country, at McIver and Mac- business to foreign countries. The local linery stock is new and seasonable

ing. ple by Mrs. Green, Miss Jessie Palmer Kay's. Western Union office will accept and is all salable, desirable goods. The
to be transferred by cable to
and Miss Louise Harris. money
After many months of waiting, the business will pay good returns on the
FOR SALE-At Mciver & MacKay's: points in Great Britain and Ireland, I
old is at work and
city sprinkler again
Mrs. Webb of Kendrick accompaniedby wilTgive it
France Switzerland, Germany, Aus- investment to anyone who
a good, second-hand, two-seated wag- doing splendid service. Mr. Gates of FOR SALE-Oranges ty the box at !I
on. the Star wagon works did the repair- the Ocala Ice &; Packing Company's Captain Webb's stenographer, attended tria-Hungary, Italy, Sicily, Spain, Portugal 'their personal attention, which we are
the Christian church Sunday
Belgium, Holland, Denmark, 'I
plant W. N. Camp.Dr.
unable to do.
and it blue streak
ing, now presents a morning and heard Evangelist Frazier.Do .
Sweden, Norway, Russia in Europe,
Mr. Jesse Emerson returned this afternoon but a welcome one to the sight. THE E. K. NELSON MILLINERY CO.
Turkey in Europe, Roumania, Bulgaria -
Gentry was in the city today
from Candler, where he spent
wish to purchase a home, or
you Servia, Greece, Corsica Sardinia
from Lake Kerr and confirmed the story -
Delicious ice three different
Sunday.All cream, of the destruction of the Bible Col- are you looking for an investment? If and all other countries in Europe. They The great actor, Joseph Jefferson

kinds to select from every day, and last at that so, let us tell you about our bargains. also transfer money to Alaska, Cuba died at his home at West Palm Beach
lege building Tuesday noon
of the popular cold drinks, candles
changed daily, at H. Stalberg's New DITTO & MALONEY. Sunday evening.
place, formerly known as the Lake and the Philippines.
and fruits at H. Stalberg's New Idea
Idea RestaurantThe Kerr Hotel. Loss, $15,000; no insur-

Restaurant. ance. Hon. H. W. Long, chairman of the The Russian fleet left Kamranh Bayat -

board of county commissioners for Ma- noon Saturday, and late that night

V. J. Herlong, one of the live saw- did work Ocala at fire the department fire Saturday did in splen-the Hay rakes, mowers and binders, rion, left for Tallahassee this morn- I heavy cannonading was heard out 2t

mill men of Alachua county, visited the Buffum quarters. either deering or McCormick, at the I ing to be present tomorrow at the sea by which it was supposed an attack -

Ocala House yesterday. Marion Hardware Company.. I Davin S1oodroROOM good roads convention to be held in had been made by the Japanese.

that city to properly inoculate the leg-
LOST-Cream pony, saddled and
Hammocks, lawn and veranda cnairs bridled. Finder please return to Ma- Judge W. "S. Bullock will open circuit islative members in that line of state PLANS TO GET RICH

and settees in all styles and grades at rion Farms. court in Ocala next Tuesday, May improvement and progress. Are often frustrated by sudden breakdown -
the 2nd.
McIver and MacKay's.L. $ due to dyspepsia or constipation.Brace .
Mrs. Will Clyatt will entertain the Saturday afternoon :Master James up and take Dr. King's New Life

young people of the M. E. church tomorrow Gasolene engines, from two-horse Chace gave an Easter egg hunt, and Pills. They take out the materials
P. 0.
K. Edwards came down from the up-the best: and most economical friends hada and
night with a "cany pull. It power with a number of his young which are clogging your energies,
Irvine crate factory yesterday in his will be an hour of sweets. power in the world for a small en- delightful time. One of the happy give you a new start ''Cure headache

fine turnout to see his sick father. gine. We are distributors for the International things the young ones indulged in was and dizziness too. At the' Anti-Mo-

The Ocala News Depot is headquarters Harvester Company's unexcelled to pin blindfolded an ear onto a large nopoly Drugstore: 25c.; guaranteed.
Cultivators, disc and peg-tooth har- OCALA FLORIDA
and gasolene engines. Callon the near-
for baseball goods. A six-mule gas paper rabbit, the one coming
rows, and all manner of farm and gar- team of them in today, comprising everything us or write for particulars; The est to the proper place was to receivea WOOD! WOOD WOOD WOOD
den tools. The Marion Hardware Co.
Marion Hardware Company.The served.
in the way of baseball outfits prize. Refreshments were
Mrs. Chace was assisted in the entertaining Order it now. .we and $1 per load.

Hon. W. K. Zewadski will leave in following persons took creature of the children by her mother, Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32. .

the early morning for Tallahassee to comforts at the Montezuma Sunday: and Mrs.
Mr. Coates the photographer on Lit- Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Allred
argue the Baskin side of the senatorial P. B. Haynes, Zellwood and K. G.
tle Lake Weir, on Ed Williams' old Hyman.
contest Haynes Plymouth. Orange county: S. EVERY THURSDAYFOR
place was in the city Saturday and

lodged complaint before County Judge C. Means Mclntosh.. W. I. Langfordof REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
The newest, prettiest and handiest Bullock against young Goethe for as- Wildwood J. C. Jackson of Dunnellon. RENT-Two rooms, furnished;

article for the home one of those san- sault. The case has excited great interest B. F. Camp of White Springs and Now, in the summer, when all other in a healthy and quiet locality. Apply

dal wood, grass covered, rattan trim- in the section where the assault C. J. Arnold and wife of Trilby."I I wood yards have shut down, remember 225; South Orange street

med commodes, in all styles. They took place. that you can get wood at all times

have just arrived. Ask to see : themat have been subject to sciatic rheu- LOANS through the summer by phoning No. Spalding's baseball guide books on

Mclver and MacKay's. Giles' woodyard has the largest supply matism for :years," says E. H. Wal- 126, delivered, to any part of the city. sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.

of stove and fireplace wood in the dr m of Dilton Junction, Iowa. "My McKean Lumber Company.The .

I joints were stiff and gave me much Paints, leads, oils and Tarnishes of
town. Thr>e wagons running. Prompt
The Largest Stock of I pain and discomfort. My joints would city was enriched this morningby all kinds at the Marlon Hardware Co.
and loadsMr.
delivery large
crack when I straightened up. I usedChamberlain's
estreated bonds to the tune of $25-
Pain Balm and have
five cases, three white and two colored. NOTICE OF INTENTIONro
John D. Robertson returned this been thoroughly cured. Have not hada
They came to town Saturday afternoonset .
Ladies afternoon from Fruitland Park wherehe pain nor ache from the old troublefor "
on having a good old fashioned tur-
was looking after his naval stores many months. It is certainly a Apply for the Enactment of Local or-
pentine experience among the gaietiesand
business. most wonderful liniment." For sale Special Legislation During the Next
frivolities of the hilarious city of
Walking by the Postoffice Drugstore.J. Session of the .f the
"WOODMAR"Lake Ocala. They took in the whole "pike, Legislature
Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for
and finally rounded up at the station.It State of Ficrida.
your stove wood. W. Crosby came up from his tur- took three of these festive evaporators -
pentine camp at Bartow Junction Sat- just three Hours to sigh for liberty,

Mr. Fred H. Williams of New York, urday to beth his wife and baby, Weir and they "put up" and the door was Notice is hereby given that\ on or

with G. W. Quarles. one of the largest who were indisposed. They were so opened. Two others after serious med- about the 25th day of May A. D. 1905.

Ocala at china and crockery importing houses in much better that he left this afternoonon itation and Evangelist Frazier's voice application will be made to the legislature -

the country, stopped off on his way a business trip to Georgia. Speak- I EVERY THURSDAYFrom ringing in their ears, they, too, steppedup of the state of Florida for the
North today to see his Ocala customers. ing of the recent chilly weather, saidit to the mourner's bench and filed a
enactment of a law prohibiting the rue:
had retarded considerably the flow
$5 demit and lit out for the wilds of
The Boston StoreCome of turpentine. Shady. It is indeed true "the way of lof seines, haul-nets, gill-nets, or any

We have just received a mammothline now on and each the transgressor is hard," for one of other nets or device, except hook and
Wood, green *r dry, pIne, rcK 01 mix those white culprits said to the marshal
of Willow Rockers Reception I line, for the purpose of catching or
ed. 50c. and $1 per load .Osala Wood week during the summer that he wouldn't have his name advertised -
Chairs, Center Tables, Settees and I' taking food fish from the waters of
Yard.S. in the Ocala Star for a "real
Couches, single and double, at McIver monihs I will go to "Wood- handsome party," and that is why he Lake Weir, a fresh water lake in the

and See Them & MacKay's. H. Holmes was united in holy mar"every Thursday fm the purchased his freedom and immunityfrom county of Marion and state of Florida.
publicity. Great is publicity.
Respectfully submitted
bonds of matrimony to Annie Gibson
3 o'clock A. C. L. afternoon
---- --------- this morning in County Judge Bullock's' (Signed)-H. G. Eagleton, E. S. Up-
office. They are highly respected colored train, and can accommodatethree ham, A. P. Blake, P. M. Olson, T. P.
people and hail from Shady. The surface cancers are now knownto
Arnica Snook, W. F. MIlholland S. D. Carter.
be by Bucklen's
groom was somewhat impaired by the or four over night at Durable
ravages of time, but being a man of Salve. Jas. Walters of Duffield, Va., Henry T. Connard, A. P. Miller Geo.L.

: REDDITT & MASTERS. fine physique the blushing (?I bride my house, returning on Friday writes: "I had a cancer on my lip for Whipple A. W. Allen B. B. Rlcker.
incurable till Bucklen's -
that seemed
clung to him like a tender vine to a at 1 o'clock.If years Lawrence Jones, E. L. Stafford L. T.
Arnica Salve healea It, and nowit
oak. Sumter Bullock tiethe
towering is well." Guaranteed cure Clawson, F. P. Haskell \r. P. Kelsey.
I knot that made the contracting parties I II want to see this perfectly
you for cutand burns. :23 cents at the
man and wife but omitted the perquisite -
"INSURANCE THAT ASSURES."' I of the office-kissing the trembling beautiful propertlet me Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.A PRODUCT OF MILLS

I but delighted bride.
know ahead at least. If GREAT BARGAINFOR
day The product in one day of the mills

PIRATING FOLEV& need not feel A QUICK BUYERI of the Longman & Martinez great

HONEY AND TAR you go you offer my gins, grist mill etc. at works is enough to paint every house

Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Fo- obliged to invest in a lot, Morriston Fla., for the next thirty and everything made of wood in a city
D. I. A. C. E. L.
days at a great sacrifice. Property has with the L. & M. Pure PaintIt
ley's Honey and Tar as a throat and intentionto I
lung remedy, and on account of the although it is my pail 23 1-3 to 40 per cent net profit only requires 4 gallons of this celebrated -
for the last three years. Ad- paint and 3 gallons of linseed
per annum
great merit and popularity of Foley'sHoney sell them all.
Fla. oil at CO cents per gallon to paint a
and Tar many imitations are I dress, W. F. Hughey, Morriston,
moderate sized house; therefore the
SOMETHING NEW === offered for the genuine. Ask for Fo-
,- WANTED medium-sized buggy property owner ought not to pay $U!)
ley's Honey and Tar and refuse any
substitute offered as no other prepar- The Lots Will be Sold on Easy horse. In answering, state size, age, I per gallon for linseed oil, which he

ation will give the same satisfaction.It Terms. price expected, terms, ets. G. B. Par- must do if a ready-for-use paint Is

ramore, M. D., Eureka, Fla. bought
is mildly laxative. It contains no
at Room No. 5 Actual cost of the L. & M.
Key Gary Building. opiates and is safest for children and Paint
delicate persons. Sold by the Post- FOR SALE-Gent's second hand bicycle about Jl-20 per gallon.

office Drugstore. EVERY THURSDAY cheap. Apply at this office. Sold by McIver & Mackay.


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GIBBS WAS DEMENTEDhis The .Food That Does Good ,

HARDWARE Suicide Was Caused by the Sudden Atlantic Coast Line \

Failing of His Ovi Taxed B.ain

Orlando, Fla. April !!.-Informationcomes I t

from Apopka of the suicide in s..
that place last night of G. T. Gibbs, a THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA

stranger who had been canvassing the #.

We carry a full and complete line of I town and country for the Chicago Portrait The Cod Lirer Oil Emulsion fcefflrwe for ; V -CONNECTIONSTO -

Company,. He was about 35 years Coughs Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, La Grip, i i

I old and seemed to be a well balancedman. Sore Throat and Lungs Catarrh Pneumonia I
THE HAST its Richmond
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDSStoves. Over own rails to Savannah. Charleston,
Consumption and all Pulmonary Diseases. All i
I In the night he jumped through the Druggists two sizes,SOc and f L i All Rail ard Washington thence via Pennsylvania Ry. \

Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind o! window of his sleeping room and cried
I TO THE WET (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
I "fire, causing quite an alarm. Those
to all sending name and address to .
Flyer route via A-lanta
WIRE FENCING first on the scene, finding no fire, and !
; discovering that the man was demented OZOMCLSION CO., 93 Pine Sired New York
TO THE EAST Via Sav. t Ocean S. S. C x for New York Philadelphia
rushed for the town marshal. Upon
PHOSPHATE, TURPENTINE and their return Gibbs was lying: upon the and Boston. Via Norfolk 3. sS. to New York. VTashingtoH.

ground dead, with his jugular vein sev SPECIAL RATES Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miner

MILL SUPPLIES. ered. In his hand he held a pocketknife !
Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel
with which he had done the deed.
Round Trip Colonist Rates to Texas, Steamship phia.
Tribune.A .
Sash, Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds -Tampa Oklanoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory -I '
Via Peninsular and Otcidental Steamship Co.
MYSTERIOUS MURDER Each First and Third Tuesday I .
One-way and round trip colonist rates Route of the celebrated trains, New York & Florida Special Florida and
This is the Tool] Huntington. W. Va., April 23.-Bound i
hand and foot, and tied to a tree, the to the West and Northwest. West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Fljer.

\ body of a well dressed man was found One-way colonist rates to Californiaand I Quickest schedules, superior service. For information as to rates, schedules

-FUR- yesterday near Big Ugly with a knife the Northwest from March 1 until -j etc., consult the purple folder. or rommunicate with T. C. White, D. P.
blade thrust through the heart. His
V 'V from to May 15, 1905. I A., Tampa; W. J. Craig, G. P. A.: H. AL Emerson. T- M.. Wilmin -ton. N. C.
had been cut
throat ear ear
Fall and Spring Crops and it is believed that he was murdered Special first class round trip rates to I

before he was tied to the tree. Colorado every day until May 1. Re-I

Pinned to the coat of the man was a turn limit June 1, 1905. i

&. piece of paper, bearing the inscription: The choice of the two most direct I
.lIlF. We will be "You will bother us no more." Seaboard Air-Line
The body has not been identified. routes and gate-ways. I o Ry.

.i: see you at a Union and Southern Pacific. !

Pullman tounst -
times. Through cars operated j
these lines from J. H. Simmons, I -FOR-
each :Monday from Birmingham
o': Casey, Ia. Thint what might have i Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines Richmond
Raleigh, Washington -
Ala., and three cars a week from}
7WKRION HKRDWKRE CO resulted from his terrible cough if he I Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York
had not taken the medicine about Washington, D. C., to San Francisco

SUCCESSORS TO UBBARD & MacDUFF. which he writes: "I had a fearful via Atlanta, Montgomery and I Two Elegant Trains Daily
cough, that disturbed my night's rest.
New Orleans, without change. Effective -
I tried everything, but nothing would SEABOARD EXPRESS and SEABOARD MAIL
relieve: it, until I took Dr. King's New March 1, we operate every Mon

Discovery for Consumption, Coughs day and Wednesday Pullman tourist I Modern Pullman Equipment

and Colds, which completely cured me." cars from St. Louis to San Francisco I I _

RESTAURANTFirst <- Instantly relieves and permanentlycures without change, via the Chicago and I ONLY LINE
all throat and lung diseases;
Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor
prevents grip and pneumonia. At the Alton R. R. and the Union PacificR. I

Anti-Monopoly Drugstore: guaranteed; p., via Kansas City and Denver. full information and sleeper serrations, can on any agent Seaboard,

.:*:. Class 'Meals 50c. and $i. Trial bottle free. Ask for particulars, or .write:

J. F. Van Renssalaer, Gen. Agt. A. O. MACDONELL. A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON. JR., P. A.,

RAILWAY SCHEDULEArrival 13 Peachtree St.. Atlanta Ga.


and Departure of Trains at


Schedule in Effect April 16 LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. California and the NorthwestTHE

Room until Personal NORTHBOUNDI
open midnight. Fastest Time, Finest Service to Birmingham
attention to orders I from Tampa-1 p. m., and 2 NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY
given special anythingthe a. m. Memphis, Nashville, Louisville

market offers prepared for the table on Leave-1:20 p. m., and 2:05 a. m. Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago I "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE.

short notice. SOUTHBOUNDArrive and all points North and West in
I Offers low rates from all Florida points to California und the Northwest
from Jacksonville p. m., through Pullman sleepers, with
and 2a.m. excelled dining car service. un-I Blow are a few points to which the low rates are applicable.

Leave-2:20 p. m., and 2:05 a. m. route to Kansas City to the Southern i $55.10-Portland, Seattle Vancouver and British Columbia points.
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar Baptist Convention to be held May 10-I
$49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte, Anaconda, itissoula and intermediate
ATLANTIC COAST LINE 17. One fare rate, plus 50 cents for the
Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. NorthboundNo. round trip. Stop-overs on these tick- points on the Northern Pacific Railway.

ets permitted at St. Louis\ and Mam- &{1.70-San Francisco, LM Angeles, San Diego Benson, Phoenix Pres-

Special Price to Regular Boarders 7&, from St. Petersburg Lakelandand moth Cave. For sleeping car reservations i cutt, Tuscon, Denver, Colorado Springs, Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque.
Tampa, arrives 12:40 p. m.; leaves
maps, folders, rates and full information r
The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville..Proportionate Low Rates From
1 m., for Jacksom'iIle.Southbound 1
I call on or write George E.

THE CARMICHAEL & SON GO Herring Florida Passenger Agert, L.I I All Florida Points i

No. 39, from Jacksonville, arrives & N., 206 W. jiar St., Jacksonville Fla.
The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga
2:35 p. rr ; leaves, 2:55 p. m.
At McGrath's Stand S. S. 0. & G. SEABOARD PARLOR CAR SERVICE i Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to 5t Lou!sand

No. 49, leaves 7:10 a. m., for Homo- Chicago.
-= - -- --- -- -- Between Jacksonville and Tallahassee
sassa. I Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m., via the Georgia Southern and,Florida Ry.

No. 45, leaves 10:05 a. m., for Juli- on Their Afternoon Train Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. m. via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry.

ette, Archer, Lake City and points Commencing :Monday, April 3, the Ii I Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May "
EUREKALOLITCHECZEMA north. Seaboard Air Line will operate Pull
15 inclusive, and from September 15 to October :n.
No. 47, leaves 3 p. m., for Homosassa, man sleeping cars between Jacksonville -
Inverness and points south. and Tallahassee on their train For map, schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker, Florida

No. 44 arrives 9:40 a. m., from Ho- No. .S; leaving Jacksonville at 4 p. m., Passenger A JrE tt. "Dixie Flyer" Route Jacksonville, Florida.

CUREDNot mosassa. scheduled to arrive at Tallahassee atj

I No. 16 arrives 12:20 p. m.,'from Inverness 10 p.* m. Returning this car will be

Juliette and points south. handled on train No. 78, scheduled to!!
will also be*a baseball that daybettieen
No. 48 arrives 6 p. m., from leave Tallahassee at 4 a. m., and arrive i i THE COLORED PEOPLE'S
something that will cure everything, but a specific prescribed for over sassa, Jasper, Lake City, Homo-I at Jacksonville at 10:50 a. m. j I the Ocala and Dunnellon
thirty: years by Doctor Burgess, one of London's most celebrated skin specialists. points north. For the convenience of passengers DEPARTMENTRev. teams. The pleasures of the day will
be foot races, rope jumping, swinging,
this car will be open for occupancy at
speaking and the ball Hundredsare
The Eurekalol! Eczema Cure is the famous remedy guaranteeu to quickly NOTHING EQUALTo Tallahassee at 11 p. m. so that pas- J. E. A. Keeler, Editor.All expected. J. C. Shepherd game. superintendent -
relieve and permanently cure any disease of the skin or scalp. It is purely sengers can get a good night's sleep
of the Sunday school T. J. An-
antiseptic and germicidal. We have thousands of testimonials to prove the Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and I and avoid the early rise to catch the 41 ;
derson, chairman of committee
on arrangements -
true virtue of its positive cure. Diarrhoea a. m. departure for Tallahassee subscribers to the Star are urgedto
Remedy ; W. O. Bartley, pastor.
Don't waste your time and money on "cure.alls." They absolutely do no t I II I come up with their back dues.
"We have used Chamberlain's Colic, j
good. NOTICE 'See Campbell's Troubadores at the
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our For choice groceries, fruits, candies
Write to us at once for our famous Eurekalol Eczema Cure. It will tell family for years" says Mrs. J. B. Notice is hereby given that the city I etc., call at Mention's grocery, two Mitchell Hall on Tuesday evening,
the story that is more convincing than pages of argument. Price, postpaid, with the great play of EmancipationDay.
Cooke of Nederlands, Texas. "We have council of the city of Ocala, Florida doors oelow the city market. Goods
Grand street parade at 2:30.
50c. and Jl.OO.Don't given it to all of our children. We delivered to any part of the city.
will apply to the legislature, at its session j Opening chorus led by J. A. Gadson.
suffer from those torturesom e Piles. One application of the famous have used other medicines for the
Eurekalol Pile Cure will give immediate relief. Proce, postpaid, 50 cents. same purpose, but have never found to be held during the year 1905, for j Mt. Moriah Baptist church witnesseda See also the Powell sisters with the
selection "Under the ShelteringPalm.
I anything to equal Chamberlain's. If an act amending the charter of the city | high day yesterday. Collections were latest ,
THE EUREKALOL REMEDY CO., 1137 BERGEN .ST, BROOKLYN, N. Y. ." AdmIssion 15 and 25 cents.
you will use it as directed it will always of Ocala, with reference to the assess good.
I cure." For sale by the Postof- I
ment, equalization and collection of ReJ.. W. Dukes, P. E., and Dr.
fice Drugstore. I Mrs. C. C. Curry has opened a first
taxes; defining, enlarging and prescribing j James Dean left the city today for
class dress making, fitting: ant cutting
DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBANDOr Jacksonville to meet with the state
Spalding's baseball guide books oc the powers and duties of the major j business. Work done in the latest and
presiding elders' council of the A. M. E.
sale at the Postoffice Drugstore and city council of said city; and the best styles. Residence, one block north
Father or Brother ? I of county jail. church.
appointment and terms of office of certain -
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY Lost, Strayed or Stolen-Brown Jer-
If let show how to them of "city officers of said city of Ocala. | Mrs. Hattie Winn left the city last
so us you cure the terrible curse of drink. sey cow, with black fore shoulders and
APPLETINE never fails to cure, and the beauty of this is, that the patient Rates Florida. E. K. Nelson. j! Saturday for the South to visit rela- legs. Both horns sawed off at the ends.

never knows how he stopped the drink habit Trial treatment and directionssent Special (Seal) City Clerk of Ocala Fla. th es. Brass knob on one horn. A liberal reward -

postpaid on receipt of 25c. Full treatment, $3. All communicrtions cu JH.95-ATLANTA, Gand return. i iI will be paid for her return, or,
Call at J. B. Booker's, 41 West
fidentiaL Tickets on sale May 14 and 15, Limited FAMOUS RACEHORSE SOLD i Broadway, for mattress-making, tuck- any information to the residence of M.

GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 1083 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. returning to May 20/ ing renovating feathers, upholsteringa Middlebrooks, 144 S. Magnolia St

I II New York. April 23.-Maj. Dainger- i' specialty, caning of chairs, repairingold Zion M. E. church witnessed a grand

SUICI'I AT ST. LOUIS field the winner of many famous races I, furniture and general repairing a yesterday. The Easter exercises

I I arid the : tide of the 3-year-old cluunj j specialty. last night conducted by Mrs. Carrie

LUMBeR Of J. Bruce Griswell of Tampa-Blamed pionship in 1902, was sold to P. J. Dwyer : Don't forget the entertainment givenat Johnson, could not be bettered. The

I a Woman With His Dying BreathSt. I in the Faisig-Tipton auction sale I Zion M. E. church tonight by Mrs. public went away rejoicing.

J. B. Bluitt.
Louis. Mo.. April 23.-J. Bruce i ii | of the horses: of William! B. Leeds and i MEN PAST SIXTY IN DANGER

I i Gnswfll of Tampa Fla.. committed i Andrew Miller it the Aqueduct racetrack i 'There will be at Mt Moriah Baptist sixty
More than halt of mankind over
ROUGH OR DRESSEDSee ,I.suicide by drinking carbolic acid at the'1 J JIJndell y "tt>rdiY. for S300U. The stakes' church on Monday night, April 24, a of suffer from kidney and
I years age
1 1 hotel in this city last night. svon b)>' Maj: Daingerfield in th; past': scenery by the American Benefit Ent bladder disorders, usually enlargementof

He was found in a dying condition in j four stM!'ons were worth $91.903. lREAD |Co. Great train robbery, and other gland. This is both painfuland

his rpom at the hotel by one of the j I lI moving scenes. Pee Dr. Brown for the prostate dangerous, and Foley's Kidney
or Phone attendants. Physicians were !
ummon-I THIS !'! price of admission. Cure should be taken at the first signof
ed,-but he was beyond relief. :
still (conscious and repeated a girl's I Mt Zion A. M. E. church witnessed danger, as it corrects irregularities
I and has cured old men of this
B. H. SEYMOUR name, saying: that she was the cause of quite a spiritual feast yesterday. The many
Mobile, Ala., Feb. 16, 1S99. disease. Mr. Rodney Burnett, Rock
act. i I Easter exercises were grand.A. .
IWs Port, Mo.. writes: "I suffered with enlarged -
An empty bottle, that had contained Dr. E. W. Hall St Louis, Mo.-
PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla. ; ( prostate gland and kidney trou-
I W. Walker, the world champion
carbolic acid was found on the tableat
Dear Sir: During the past year we
I Griswell's bedside. I shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen ble for years, and after taking two bot-
young have sold over twenty-four dozen razors, hair clippers and scissors and tles of Foley's Kidney Cure I feel better
i Two letters were found on the table
I ilso that had evidently been written "Hall's Great Discovery" for kidney be convinced of his superior skill Ra- than I have for twenty years, although
and bladder troubles, and during that I am now 91 years old." Sold by the
f zors honed and concaved in styles.
Griswell his death.
R. MARTIN & CO. by young just before j
J. One was: iddressed to "Mrs. J. C. I II time have received no complaint I Call at No. 115, Magnolia: street Postoffice Drugstore.
Yours respectfully, next S. A. LCovenant
I Griswell. 105 East Ross avenue. Tam-I I
G. Van Antwerp & Son. NOTICE
l pa Fla. This was to hid\
church visitedby
Baptist was
was full of endearing expressions. "My I J That Marion County Will Apply to the
the Holy Spirit yesterday.' Collections -
i time is up here." said the letter. A TEXAS WONDER ; Legislature for Authority to
GENERAL LIVERYMENFine were good, considering circumstances -
I. mentioning the girl's name "has ht'1, One small bottle of the Texas Wonder ; Issue WarrantsTo
ed it all. all Persons Whomsover
Hall's Great Discof"erycures all : :
I "I will never again be the cause of' and
L. Green, the tonsorial artist
is hereby given that the coun-
Ii IiI
Carriages, Buggies and Traps I you shedding any more tears on my account Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes3ravel lightning shaver. My razors shave soft ty Notice of Marion through its board of
I 1 the letter said. "I will meet cures Diabetes Seminal Emissions and sweet and my hair-cutting is the county commissioners, intends to applyto

Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. 1I I you beyond." I Weak and Lame Backs Rheuma- best I have two of the finest chairs the next legislature for the passageof
I I The other letter was addressed to a that turn way. Razors med in all
tism and all irregularities of the Kidneys a bill authorizing and empoweringthem
j I young lady in Tampa. This was not II I styles. Call and be convinced. West warrants to the
I opened but was taken in charge by the and Bladder in both men and | Smith. to issue county
Broadway, next to A.
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses j amount of $50.000 for the purpose of remodeling -
I chief of police. It will probably be forwarded women. Regulates Bladder troubles in the court bouse. Said war-
to its address. !' The editor can only make mentionof
I children. If not sold by your druggist, rants to be payable S5000 each and ev-
Griswell registered at the Hotel Lin- !, the church that he has heard from,
'I will be sent, mall on receipt of SLi j thereafter until paid and to
and Mules for Sale. Horses dell.April 13, as from Chicago. by i but he believes that all of the churches ery year

The authorities at once wired his pa- One small bottle is two months' treatment i'' in the city had a high day yesterday.The draw interest not to exceed 5 per cent.
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. I per annum. H. W. Long,
rents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griswell Tam- and seldom fails to t* cure any
pa. Fla.. and received instructions by { annual picnic of Zion M. E. Chairman Board of County Corns.
case above mentioned. church and Sunday school will be held Attest: S. T. Sistnmk,
wire to nave the body prepared for
J. R. MARTIN & CO. shipment to Tampa Sold br all druggists. a Ii May 4, out near the lime kiln. There i Clerk Circuit Courtt



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