The Ocala evening star

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


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

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HY ROBINSON, Pre .nto 8. H. BLmfH, Manager. CAPITAL 0,900. 'p

Washington, April 27.-Partly cloudy :
C. OZER!, Assistant Manager.COMMEROIAL tonight and Friday. ;, _

BERBER A. FORD President -


F. L. Cashier.
night Evangelist E. L Frazier ,

f I OCALA, FLA. preached one of his most attractive
I sermons. Subject: "Shrouds Have No
{Branch Commercial Bank Jacksonville.) Pockets" or "Prepare to Meet Thy'

I God." The hearers were greatly pleased -
$37,885.37 with the address. GENT AL NATION BANK

Services at 3:30 and 7:30 p. m.

t .Wo are Prepa cd to Extend to Our Customers Any ommodations Con. At 7:30 a blackboard sermon. Sub-

I sistent With Safe Banking. ject "Stepping Heavenward."
Do not fail to hear this.

Interest Paid o\ Time Deposits. Safetwueposit Vaults for Rent

The people who ever think of the J. K. CHRSTIAN; R. L. ANDERSON;;

matter at all wonder at the delay on GEO, a L Y.AY. ED HILLER.

the part of Governor Broward in send- Directors : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD '

OCALA OC CES[, A STRONG APPEAL ing to Sheriff Gordon the warrant for R. HALL.
the execution of the negro, Fred Cook
Messrs. R. S. Hall L. J Knight and who Is in jail under sentence of death

Vanilla ice cream at Taylor's. J. N. Tiller, a committee of the Ocala for the murder of Isaiah Pitts. Cookis
Sub-Turpentine Association,have made utterly indifferent to his fate, and
'* strong appeal to the members of their puts in a great deal of time playing
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice .
association in :Marion county to stand cards and craps. The other day a report HOU HINGS
Drugstore.A by the rules and regulations promul- got out among some of the colored .
gated by the general association of people that Cook was to be hanged ear-

full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty turpentine operators in Alabama Geor- ly the following morning, pnd Jailer .
gia and Florida namely, for the better- Charley Smith was surprised to see
pings and CaBig ment of the business of the operatorsin quite a little crowd gathered around the. Our stock url1itur and Ho se Furnishing

working hands and dispensing of outside of the fence. He asked them if i : .
stock of mosquito nets at McIver theIr product They point with prideto it was a lynching mob, and they answered I '

and MacKay's.At the fac that the Marion Sub-Asso- in the negative and said they I Goosis second to none in .t State

ciation is one of the best and strongest had come to see a "sho nuff law hang-
Taylor's-Popcorn, korn nuts and on the list and has always stood Ing." When informed that there was i
square for ways and means to strengthen nothing doing in that line just then ;:,0'
salted peanuts. the main association and promotethe they turned away, sadly, reluctantly. EVERY JflND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATNESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,


the Marion Hardware Co.
The spring term of the circuit court
Spalding's baseball guide books on benefit performance, given last presided over by Judge W. S. Bullock LAMPS AJID TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,

sale at the Postoffice Drugstore. night at the electric tent theater, for will convene here next Tuesday. POTS; cdpK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANGES BRICK, SHINGLtS! CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MACHINERY .

the Ocala fire department was a brilliant There will be a lot of Important bus- ; TRU KS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR OF ALL KINDS.
Paints leads, oils and varnishes of
iness before the court, including sev-
success, as far as the show was
all kinds at the Marlon Hardware Co.
concerned, though the patronage was eral murder cases. One case of Impor-

Mr. M. Strauss has gone on a busi- give not what another it merited.exhibition The tonight company, with will a county tance ,is that one of transferred Shaw Thompson from Citrus, who Deep. well drilling, contracting and Jbuilding of all kinds done

ness trip to Tampa St Petersburg and
shot and killed Jim Tillis the
on nightof
other points.Mr. people change will of give program the ,show and the we patronageit hope the I I I November 18, 1904, in Thompson'syard. under esponsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates

The grand jury found a true bill
deserves and .
thereby help the
J. A. McDowell, who came to the gal against him for murder in the first
lant firemen's fund. o\ anything need. 7
hospital six weeks ago from Wildwood, .-.... I degree. He secured a change of venireto you
died this morning. this county on account of prejudice
MARION COUNTY \ I I against him. Mr. Thompson was "
FOR RENT-Rooms; close in fur- HOSPITAL ASSOCIATIONTh@ygoverIing
; known to the writer several years ago. M ER.e! MACKAY
nished or unfurnished. The Finch t He was a peaceful and honored citizen. ;

House, 19 N. Second street. board of the hospital Tillis was lost and entered Thompson'syard. .

llI.11old. itmonthly business meetingat Thompson asked him who he
Mrs. Chas. K. Sage is in Jacksonville, 'p. m.,!;>n the first Wednesday of was and Tillis replied that it was none
visiting her brother Mr. R. E. Tonge, each i montf... All bills must be press of his business. As Thompson could : :
Jr., and her sister, Mrs. Otto Mente. ed by tjiis date, and,when correct get no satisfaction out of the man he
will be paid\on the 10th of each month. shot him.BEWARE. I .
Massey cottage
Mr. Alfred Beck will arrive home
the rear of Mr. Ma&se/s residence on sugges-tion
I OF OINTMENTS FOR CAtarrh next Wednesday from New York. Mr.F.eck .
South Third street. Possession May 1. will e considered at these meetings.A. A WORLD OF BARGAINS
.That Contain Mercuryas graduated with the highest -
from the pharmaceutical departMent -
LOST-A solid black skirt, lost between mercury will surely destroy the
of the Columbia College. He wasOIP.
George Close's place and Ocala. xo b best Is sense of smell and completely derangethe
ng e served at ,
of the brightest pupils in his class \
Finder will please leave the same at the the new ?" pened ice cream parlor, whole system when entering it AT-.
through the surfaces. Such I I find wiil be a credit to the profession. ........ _
Star office. known as the New Idea Restau-
rant. Don't fail, when articles should never be used except on I j I J(
you want
from Mrs. Ed Carmichael, we are sorrytosay 1
This is Dave Woodrows day off at anything kept in a first class, clean, prescriptions reputable physicians !
; does not improve. She is seriouslyill
as the damage they will do Is
Woodmar. Judge W. S. Bullock and up-to-date place, to call. and of I
indeed. The wishes
ten fold to the good you can possibly
Bruce Campbell accompanied him and H. STALBERG Proprietor. derive from them. Hall's Catarrh the people, all of whom love this good THE VARIETY STORE
if they come back without purchasing
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney lady for numberless acts of kindness
lots it will be an.eighth wonder.R EVERY THURSDAYT. & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, and charity, are earnest for her speedy

and is taken internally, acting directly recovery.Mr. .
E. Yonge. Sr., is in Pensacola
where, as a Shriner, he is assisting in W. Smith & Co., hardware men, upon the the system.blood In and buying mucous Hall's surfacesof Ca- Ben Raysor has his coat off andis
conferring that degree on a number of received a carload of doors and sash
the naval officers of Uncle Sam's from E. L. Roberts & Co., Chicago, this tarrh Cure be sure you get the genu- working like a Trojan among the
vegetable: He made a trip to
ine. It is taken internally, and madein growers. MONDAY MAY 1.1.This
warships in that deep water harbor. morning, and is storing them in his
new warehouse."I Toledo Ohio, by F. J, Cheney & Co. Anthony, Lowell, Reddick and Martin
Testimonials free. yesterday and reports stands fine, but ,
FOR RENT-Four or five rooms, up Sold by druggists. Price 75c. per that fully 50 per cent. of the acreage is
stairs over Cafe, opposite A. C. L. have been subject to sciatic rheu-
pas- suffering from the blight on beans and
bottle. Take Hall's Family .Pills for
senger depot. Will be rented unfur- matism for years" says E. H. Wal- constipation. I will be Worthless to the grower. He will fce the biggest Bargain Day we have
drwi of Dilton Junction, Iowa.
nished. Good location for a family. "My said the ravages were in spots. He
Apply to Whitesires and Troxler, at the j I Joints were stiff and gave me much I i reports that J. B. Malloy has 200 acresin ever given the people of Ocala.
pain and discomfort.
My joints would
Cafe beans, which are up to the best but
crack when I straightened I usedChamberlain's
up. they too, have felt the withering handof
W. K. Zewadski returned this morn- Pain Balm and have
this terrible blight. This blight is
ing from Tallahassee, where he arguedfor been thoroughly cured. Have not hada serious loss to our bean
pioving a
liaskin to be seated in Brown's pain nor ache from the old troublefor David Sood r rov growers. IN THIS SALE WE OFFERYards
place many months. It is certainly a
most wonderful liniment." For sale
by the Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. Any citizen in Ocala who desires to
Miss Sallie Howard. a captivatingmaid Cambr
contribute to the hard road between embroidery in
from Columbus, Ga., arrived this i
E. K. Nelson of Ocala and Dunnellon, will find a list at I and Swiss
the Blount Real edgings rangingmwidth
noon and is the fair guest of her 5000 ,
ROOM 12 P. 0- BLOCK '
Munroe and ChamMiss Bank
friend, Mrs. Ben Raysor, at the Monte- from Estate Manatee Company returned last night from 6 to if 5'iafnes, and
zuma. county, where he went
with a party of South Carolina men on FOR SA 3-jA lmujrfight piano, in value from \0 to4pc per yd. at500 2
an important land doal. Mr. Nelsonsays OCALA FLORIDA I perfect io e\f partic \* $1:5; worth !
Traveling men who visit Ocala should
I cent i.00 make.
that section is very every ;
know that if they stop at the Monte- Call at J. Pi i's, fugrn
: .
Lace Ctirtains worth--f $ I:50
zuma Hotel they can get breakfast at Spalding's baseball guide books dealersPufps, caia, ronr-
6 a. m., by ordering the night before, on
sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.W. .
and that they can be called at any hour for irrig i plant. mplete. l-
of the night. Clerk always on duty. to $5.00 a pair at 49c each. ', -
H. Lipscombe, the Singer sewing Write or call on us for prices. Marion

machine man of Gainesville, was in REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS Hardware (
"Uncle Joe" Shuford, who was so seriously Company. }
the city today.A ,
hurt by a board falling on his
back at the new Cullen house, on Fort LOST-Cream ony, sa d and ;
King avenue, is out again, though not letter from W. O. Massey, at Tal- bridled. Finde 1 e re n Ia-
M :yet over his soreness. i ladega Ala., states that his health is LOANS rion Farms. A Large and Varied Line of Crockery will be put
so poor that he will probably go to

New York, to remain indefinitely with The Ocaja News Depot is headquarters o5*< sak4 NThe prices will be the lowest: I5c
his son, Como and <
family as Mr. Como
The for baseball goods. A six-mule
Largest Stock of Massey will soon go on the road as auditor team of them in today, comprising everything Plates for 8c. ** ,Cups and Saucers for 9c.
for the great Equitable Life Insurance in the way of baseball out-

Ladies Company.Do fits. Everything in this Iinena"s4j en reduced.As .

you wish to purchase a home, or Giles' woodyard has the largest sup-

are you looking for an investment? If I ply of stove and fireplace wood In the
Walking so, let us tell you about our bargains.
town. Three running. Prompt
DITTO & MALONEY.Mr. wagons the embroideries assorted widths
"WOODMAR"Lake delivery: and large loads are we an

Hats I and Mrs Fred T. Jones, with early catl. The first to come will the best
Mrs. Jones' grandson, Asa Jones Merrill FULL OF TRAGIC MEANINGAre II values'There f:
of Summerville, Mass., who have Weir ,
these lines from J. H.
in Ocala at I been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. I* o? Casey, la. Think what Simmons// will be plenty of clerks in attendance and you wty ,
Bittinger for the past six weeks, returned ':
EVERY THURSDAYFrom resulted from his terrible cough if he I : .
I home this morning. the Clyde had not taken the medicine about I'not lose any time in getting served.

Line from Jacksonville. This was Mr. which he writes: "I had a fearful I
I Jones' first visit to Florida and he was cough, that disturbed night's restI
The Boston StoreCome :Jso now on and each my
I pleasantly impressed with conditions I tried everything, but nothing would
{Ii I here that he and his estimable week during the summer I relieve it, until I took Dr. King's New SALE BEGINS 9 A. M. AT
j I wife are thinking seriously of returning Discovery for Consumption, Coughsand
I]I in the fall and making their home in months I will go to """OOtImar" Colds, which completely! cured me."
and See Them j Ocala. If they do we will give them a Instantly relieves and permanentlycures

cordial welcome. every.. Thursday.. on the all throat and lung diseases;

3 o'clock A. C. L. afternoon i prevents grip and pneumonia. At the THEVARIETY
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore; guaranteed;
-- --- -------- -
train, and can accommodate I 50c. and $1. Trial bottle free. .

i II
j three or four over night atIns' I' We want to sato the citizens of
Marion county and to the traveling
REDDITT & MASTERS. i i! )house, returning on Friday -. public that you can get a good dinner,i STOREOld
I at the Montezuma Hotel for 50c. from :
at 1 o'clock.If i
12 m. to 2 p. m. every day
I you want to see this I y I

The newest prettiest and handiest' Alliance Store Stand.Mr. .
I "INSURANCE THAT ASSURES. beautiful property let me article for the home one of those san

dal wood grass covered, rattan trim-
know day ahead at least. If I
med commodes, in all styles. They

you ao you need not feel have just to see them Will Dillaberry has gone to SL f FOR SALE Oranges by the box at

V W Mclver and MacKay's. Petersburg, and has a position with Isis the Ocala Ice & PackIng Company's
D.LA.C.E.L. obliged to invest in a lot, I Ii brother-in-law, Mr. J. S. Norton. plant W. :Y. Camp.
i Hammocks, lawn and veranda chairs
although it is my intention :
L,; w and settees m all styles and grades at We have just received a mammothline There are some fort)prisoners in the

to sell them all. Mclver and MacKay's. of Willow Rockers, Reception county Jail, including those who have

SOMETHING NE\Y.-_' Chairs, Center Tables, Settees and not been tried convicted ones: road
=== SAS
I FOR MCtver MacKay's, i convicts and U. S. prisoners.
Couches, single and double, at Mclver
The Lots Will be Sold on Easy a good, secc-dwo-s- ted wag. '
& .
Terms. on. The Ocala News Company la open-

WOOD OODi OD1 ing up the largest and finest assort

Key at Room No. 5, Gary Building. Order n ,bile er dic and peg-tooth har ment of glass miscellany ever seen in
I rows, and all manner of farm and gar- Ocala. The ladies are invited to inspect -
EVERY THURSDAY lOc a Wood a I h 3Z lea tools. The Marion Hardware Co. the goods. .j


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Volume JO, Number J69. OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY APRIL 27, J905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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Come an Our Fine\Line I

FRUIT JAR RUBBERSALSO Wants to Know Why Dade County's Only 153 Sick Among 9000 Men, and OCALA, FLA

Extra Senator Rides on a Pus Only Eleven Deaths in
of Lad'and Children's
Holmes County May be Divided Thirty Days
Telephone No. 12J.
Washington, April 27.-The March"health
(Tampa Herald.)
report of Col. W. C. Gorgas,
TWO and FIVE POUND Tallahassee. April 26.-C. M. Brown, I chief sanitary officer of the Isthmian:Ceiling, Flooring and Siding

of flip-flop fame, and now representing j Canal zone, shows a steady improve-

the East Coast, though claiming to I ment in conditions. Kiln-dried Dressed Lumber
FRUIT CAKES have been elected by the people of Ma-I H SIELYIn There are about 9000 employes of the ,

rio nand Sumter counties, commission, and at the end of the Site and
Every Quality.A .
claims made by Dr. Baskin, is decidedly month the sick in hospitals numbered

Chiken Tamalas up against it and in an entirely new 153, and the total deaths for the month
manner. was only 11. This is equal to a rate Large Stock of Shingles.New .

Bologna Sausage, One-Pound Cans I Senator Bailey today introduced a per year of 14 to each 1000, which Col-

resolution in the Senate charging C. onel Gorgas says would be considered
Three.Pound Jars Apple Butter M. Brown with riding on a pass over Lacks, Tans and Whites. favorable anywhere.In Machinery. ,

Three-Pound Jars Cranberry Sauce the Florida East Coast Railway, for the thirty days ended with March Lath
Brick and
which there is a penalty pf a fine of there had been four cases of yellow fever Budding.

not more than one thousand dollars nor throughout the Isthmus of which

AT THE more than one year in the penitentiary. one was In Panama. In the previous
While residing in Miami, in Dade S thirty days there had been twelve Undersold by No One.

county Senator Brown holds a seat in cases.
TEAPOT GROCERYUNDERTAKER the Senate from Marion and Sumter W J, ; S SHOE CO, Each house in Panama city has been Methods Up to Date. '

counties and the people of that district fumigated; a great many of them sev-

have elected Dr. James G. Baskin to eral times.PIRATING. Business Growing Rapidly.
succeed him, and the case is now pend-

ing in the Senate. While waiting for THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. FOLEY'S v Every Customer Pleased.

some action on this question, Senator ,
Bailey introduced his resolution
on the
pass question.The Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Fo- Rushed with Orders.

-AND- resolution provides that a com- CREAMERY BUTTER PIANO TUNINGThe ley's Honey and Tar as a throat and

mittee of five shall be appointed to investigate lung remedy, and on account of the
25 CENTS A PCUND Ocala Music Company have er Come to Us Before Buying.
great merit and of
popularity Foley'sHoney
EnlBALnIERSWe the charges, and thjs{ resolu-
tion was unanimously adopted. Harris perienced men in their employ who wLI and Tar many imitations are

and Hudson voted aye, while Sands The Carmichael & Son Co. keep constantly tune your piano Right, and put It In offered for the genuine. Ask for Fo- Orders Solicited.
thought that the court was the ley's Honey and Tar and refuse any
proper on hand, receiving a fresh sup- first class condition in every respect,
have two Registered Un- place to make the investigation.Mr. substitute offered as no other prepar-
ply two days, delicious, making repairs that may be need-
Brown admitted having the pass every pure any ation will give the same satisfaction.It .
dertakers and Embalmers but claimed that it was. not complimentary Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per ed. Their work Is all guaranteed fully. is mildly laxative. It contains no

; that he had earned it by sell- pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. Patronize your home merchants. opiates and is safest for children and
All work entrusted to our ing lands for the Florida East Coast delicate persons. Sold by the Post-

care will receive prompt and I Railway. The pass is reported by the -- ,- office Drugstore.
railway company to the railroad com- '

skilled attention. All em- mission as "complimentary" however. EVERY THURSDAYDROPPED ,

and this. it is believed, will make the
balming fully guaranteed. A case a most interesting one, perhaps the I
splendid stock of Caskets and most Senate.A interesting. ever taken up in the TO DESTRUCTIONDeath

Burial Robes carried at all bill was introduced in the Senate of Ten Men in a PennsylvaniaCoal

this morning to divide Holmes county Mine I

times.O'CALAFDRNITORECO. naming the new county Bloxham, in
Wilkesbarre, Pa., April 27.-Ten min-
honor of Florida's honored exgovernor. We careful atten- I
give painstaking ers fell to their death in the Conyham
It is possible that the new meas- ,
shaft of the Delaware and Hudson Coal
ure may pass both houses. A bill was
tion to the minor details Company yesterday morning. The men
also introduced in the Senate today requiring customers' I
were being lowered down the shaft, a
county judges to be lawyers.The .
Phone No. KbTNieht pBqne No. 94. distance of 1000 feel, when the rope of I
committee of the Senate on priv- accounts. This Offr
the cage broke dashing the human
and elections
ileges held a long meeting
freight to the bottom. Crowds of excit-
yesterday afternoon and heard the arguments -
ylEIN FbrWATCHES of W. K. Zewadski of Ocala, tant factor in estimating valueof ed people, some of whom were relativesof CROCERYCLARK
the victims, gathered around the
in behalf of Baskin, and Fred T. Myers
mouth of the shaft and the usual heart-
of Tallahassee, in behalf of Brown. No selVices. /
our rending scenes were enacted by the
? action was taken and it is impossible to
women and children.A .
REPAIRS tell when the committee will make a i't
report to the Senate.
F. B. WEIHE EQUAL City, April 26.-If the new
method of keeping good eggs good by
TO Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and *OCALA FLA.
be Jeweler.A sealing the shells and rendering them Phone J74
Diarrhoea Remedy air tight by the new chemical solution

"We called egg-seal is all that is claimedfor
have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera it by the inventor, there will be no
and Diarrhoea Remedy in our
family for years," says :Mrs. J B. more doubtful eggs. Statistics show
PRESSING CLUBIs Cooke of Nederlands, Texas. "We have that the egg business of the countryhas MoIvER & UAY

given it to all of our children. We reached the enormous sum of $1-
have used other medicines for the 200,000 a day, and it is no uncommon
BL UNT REAL thing to find firms in small towns hand-
one of the conveniences and necessities same purpose, but have never found l
ling from 100 to 500 carloads of
of a city. We are maintaining anything to equal Chamberlain's, If 1 eggsa FUNERAL DIRECTORS
a strictly up-to-date club. Our customers -I :you will use it as directed it will always year.It
talk for us. We get business \ cure." For sale by the Postof- (IXCOWORJ L) is a well known fact that thous-I I I UNDERTAKERSand
fice Drugstore. ands of dollars have been spent in the I
from far and near. Gentlemen's cloth- I '
ing and ladies' skirts cleaned and CAPITA. r$ O. past twenty years in an endeavor to

pressed. Work called for and delivered ANTHONY Ocala \ Fldrida. discover some method whereby an egg
jr could be kept fresh and full, but it
promptly. Buy a membership in the
Ocala Pressing Club. Effects of the Late Cold An the Bean I seems to have been left to Abraham I II I EMBALMERS
White, president of the DeForest "
LAWRENCE BALLARD, I Crop LARGE TRACTS JFTIMBER I less Telegraph Company who .Ire-j Fine Caskets
The ladies of the M. E. church are chemist of national reputation to

Proprietor. busy drilling the children for Children's the problem.-New York Packer.

Day, May 21, when they hope to entertain and Burial RobesAll
I the public. FARM and SERIOUS STOMACH

The Easter seivices were very interesting TROUBLE CUREDI
W.C. BULL Work Done by Licensed Em
and the church was well PHOSPHATE
filled. was troubled with a distress In my balmers and Full Guaranteed
"stomach, sour stomach and vomiting
Contractor and Anyone having any items they thinkof 1/ LANDSA spells, and can truthfully say that
I interest to the public and will leave Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver

Bui1cfer: .... the same with Mr. Kates at his residence pecialty.. / Tablets cured me-Mrs. T. V. Williams Painting and Paperhanging

h? will duly report them. Lalng burg, Mich. For sale by *
Quick and Careful Estimates Made
The negro Charley Robinson, who the Postoffice Drugstoe.l We do all kinds,of Painting Paperhanging
Box 64, Ocala. Fla. was shot at the Springs some time ago, We will ;ilvi; special attention 13 I ,

-==- I had his right leg amputated Sunday YORKA and Upholstenng. '.
afternoon. The operation was performed -
J f &
PURE MILK by Dr. Eaton: Lindner, assistedby and will look after arufsrpply[ their wanes. Let us bid on your ork. Every Job
I Careless Person Caused Crosstie .
Dr. OV. Lindner. a
On our lifts a\e many large and vahftble tracts of Timbe guaranteed o be first class.
Capt. Parsal and Mr. in
Massey were Conflagration
Lands for TurpentrKe ana :Mill: locatip/is. I'
town Wednesday looking after busi-
James Gillis went to Etna, Fla., last KNIGHT & GILLETT
!Pure Milk and Creamare ness. TOWN PROP TV also'l e or lease. I ,

Mr. R. A. Fulaney has contracted Our facilities for hanJlfe Tveal Estate are very superior. I Thursday.Mr. Next to Chinese Laundry.
among the greatestof I with Mr. G. M. Brown to furnish 2000v Correspondence: soliciteu.0 Taylor the soliciting agent for
rates of marketable beaus betweennow I the A. C. L., made a halt here last I
table delicacies. Theyare I
and May 20. Should tht- blight THE BLOUNT REAL ESTATE COMPANY.B. Wednesday.Miss I
both RICH PURE and I hold on to the young growth he may I Eva Hough of Gulf Junction I II
fall short. was in town last Friday. I 'V> THE

WHOLESOME if suppliedby J Mr. G. M. Brown loaded the first refrigerator W. BLOUXT, Pres. A. P. STUCKY, Yice-Pres. I James Gillis went to the Brick City I

I ,.n<1 Thursday.ear with beans Wednesday: R. K. NELSON, Sec. and Treas.R last Friday.Mr. ,

The S. Hall T. C. Hall E. P. D. Robertson X. W. D. Graham, route agent of the TEXAS PAClFlCf
Cantaloupes are looking w..iI..e Thagard. J. J. I
j Southern Express Company, was at
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY have: heard' some reliable persons say Tiller L. Horne, Edwm Brobston, J. L. Young, C. Downing, i this place last Friday, and also at Cotton p'

GEO. B. TYLER. Proprietor. they hat "lopt's"as large as hen eggs.If \Vn.i. Rocker and L, \V. Duval. I Plant calling upon the truckers. 0 RAILWAY ,
nothing unforeseen happens tbere
----- : Mr Thomas Russell went to Ocala
will be an anrage'ield.. Office in Ocala House.

Since our last report the bean crop is I Thursday.Miss .
H R. HUNTER showing the effects of the done .- Annie Russell left here for San- The Great Eastern
damage -
-_- -_ -- ----. .-- -'r _- _-. -- _-- ,_-----_ _--_ -___ _''l|
by the cold of ..\prilI6. 17 and is. It is ford last Saturday, and will be gone
and Western Line
estimated by: many that the loss will be for an indefinite time.
. GUN .
: from .11.1 to 50 per cent. The damage
W. made
Mr D. Ormsky a flying trip
appears to be among the earlier plant- to the Brick City last Friday.Mr. I. Across the Entire States oilEXAJ
-and-- Whether the later OUR DISPLAY OF
ing. planting will Willard Blitch of Rock Springswas
be affected remains to be seen. Mr. G. .
in town Saturday.Miss end
LOCKSMITHRepairing M. Brown estimates that his loss will Tina Russell went to Ocala. Sat- lOUISIfiM
be at least $1000. and Mr. R A. Griffin .
a Specialty. says: his loss will be nearly that much. CUT GLASSIS party of young people went to Ju so TROUBLE TO AXSWER QUESTION
Some are hopeful that the rains may .
liette Sunday on train :;(i SO and backon
overcome the trouble. Let that be as Xo. 48. Direct Line to

L.ALEXANDEEPractical it may the loss on beans will be con- Mr. Dick Harrison left for his home

siderable unless prices rule high. AT ITS BEST NOW.It at Leesburg last Monday.Mr. NORTH TEXAS
Mr. E. D. Adams an extensive planter Thomas Russell went to Leta
of Gordon Ala.. with his family, is Monday.Mr. NEW MEXICO

visiting Mr. W. L. Grantham. Mr. Ad- : Fate Miller was in this burg on
comprises some of the handsomest designs andthe
CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful ams has the same complaint to make :Monday.Mr. ARIZONAand
about securing help that our own planters richest cuttings that have ever been shown in town] I Xewcomb'Barco received a carload -

estimates made on all contract have. They are well worth seeing, which is true also of another I I of crate timber last week, and he
\rork. Gives more and better work Mr. E. L Haggard and daughter will will begin shipping soon.

tor. the money than any other In town. leave Sunday for Atlanta After visiting and quite different line of our goods- Some person or persons set fire to the CALIFORNIA
---- her brother for a short time. Miss woods west of this place and burned a
will then visit her BITE FOB SEW BOOK OF TEXAS.
Eva sister in South FBK1
WATCH CHAINS. quantity of crossties last Tuesday for
ISAAC SIMMONS Texas. Mr. Frank Johnson will\\ look Mr. D. W. Ormsby. Dick. -
after Mr. Haggard's business interests E. P. TURNER

Painter and Paper HangerAll during his absence. We have a hne assortment of patterns of these, the SIM; WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! General Passenger

LINE RAILWAY MONS chains as well as a nice line of the SIMMONS fobs. Agent
kinds of painting, papering, varnishing Now, in the summer, when all other DALLAS TEXASiOIInIlOm
hard oil finishing, staining :wood yards have shut down, remember -
kajsomln'in, etc.. neatly done. All Parlor Car Service that you can get wood at all times

work fully guaranteed. Can on or write Parlor cars on the Seaboard Air Line A: E. BURNETT through the summer by phoning No. '
me ISAAC SIMMONS will be continued on day trains be- 125, delivered to any part of the city { TAR

12$ Sough Main St. Ocala, Fla tween Ocala, Jacksonville and Tampe. :McKean Lumber Company. Cares CaUu Pmtsts Petgrroata _

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HARDWARE A Picnic Excursion From a Beautiful Cure for Cocatuaption
Trial Bottle Fr_ Mail
Village to the Beautiful Silver Oumei.iu C., *8 PUe Stlev tort At the City Market

The party consisted Springs of Misses Pen- Fresh Meit Poultry F-'h and Vegetablesin
We carry a foil and complete line of nie and Maxie Fort Florence and Phe-

nie :Marlow. sola Wellhorner, Maggie Notice is hereby given that the city Season f

HARDWARE OF ALL KINDSStoves. Sewell Mrs. T. W. Randall and Messrs.T. council of the city of Ocala, Florida

W. Randall Charlie Long, Luther will apply to the legislature, at its ses-

Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of and Harlie Reynolds: Clem Caldwell, sion to be held during the year 1905, for City MvCountry Trade Solicited

WIRE FENCING Lucien Mills Duffy! Peebles, D. R. Mix- an act amending the charter of the city
and children. We left Graharmille
son several -
of Ocala with reference to the assess. Free Delivery** Phnne S2S. __
at 8:35 a. m., on the beautiful
PHOSPHATE TURPENTINE ment, equalization and collection of
and and well equipped launch the Winona
which is owned by Mr. Allen Gibson of taxes; defining, enlarging and prescribing I

MILL SUPPLIES.Sash Grahamville and Pat Randall of Con- the powers and duties of the mayor
nor, and which is kept at Silver Springs
and city council of said city; and the J. R. MARTIN & CO.
and operated bj Captain Jim Nelson.
Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds The crowd enjoyed themselves shoot- appointment and terms of office of cer-

ing fish, turtles and other things along tain city office! of said city of Ocala

the river, but with no success of killing Florida. E. K. Nelson.

This is the Tool any. (Seal) City Clerk of Ocala, Fla. GENERAL LIVERYMENFine
It is a very beautiful scenery along

the river. There are a great many different :

-FOR- kinds of trees bordering the river EVERY THURSDAY
on either side, with their beautiful

branches floating over the water, all Carriages Buggies and Traps
Fall and Spring Crops full of nice green foliage. Also the riv-
er is bordered with beautiful water lilies FOR A QUICK BUYER Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle: : Horses, etc.

and hyacinths, which are in bloom, I offer my gins, grist mill etc., at
and makes the river very beautiful.At Morriston Fla., for the next thirty

9:05 we reached a very beautiful days at a great sacrifice. Property has
We will be FAST HORSESHorses
pleasedto FINE
s place that is known as Delks Bluff paid 33 1-3 to 40 per cent. net profit

see you at a I There we saw a great deal of resin and per annum for the last three years. Address
logs which had been delivered there for W. r. Hughey, Morriston, Fla.

> times. transportation. Delk's Bluff is a high,
;IP and Mules for Sale. Horses
dry, level place and a most beautiful Spalding's baseball guide books on I

place for a picnic ground. sale at the Postoffice Drugstore. Ii Boarded: by the Month at Special Rate.
MKRION: HARDWARE: : CO After passing the bluff we enjoyed I

SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacDUFF. a lilies either looking, which the bordered beautiful the trees river and water along i I SPECIAL RATES I II i J. R. MARTIN & CO.

We entered the beautiful Spring runat Round Trip Colonist Rates to Texas,

9:15. This was the most beautiful Oklanoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory

RESTAURANTFitst < part of our trip. Each First and Third Tuesday
The waters of the run are so clear DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBANDOr
that we could see all kinds of fish and One-way and round trip colonist ratesto

other beautiful sights. The beautiful the West and Northwest. Father Brother ?
.)(. Class Meals green grass seemed to be happy as it One-way colonist rates to Californiaand or

played backwards and forwards in the
beautiful waters. We could also see the Northwest from"March 1 un- I If so, let us show you how to cure them of the terrible curs of drink.

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES very many beautiful she 11 mounds along I til May 15, 1905. I APPLETINE never fails to cure, and the beauty of this is, that the patient
knows how he the drink habit. Trial treatment and directionssent
never stopped
the run, and the beautiful willows that I Special first class round trip rates to
bordered the postpaid on receipt of 25c. Full treatment, $3. All communications cofidentiaL
Spring run were very
Colorado every day until May 1. Re-
beautiful with their branches floating
in All turn limit June 1, 1305.
Oystei's Styles.Dining over the beautiful water. GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 1083 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn N. T.
We arrived at the beautiful Springsat The choice of the two most direct

10:07. It was raining just a little, routes and three gate-ways.

Room until midnight. Personal but it soon quit. We then visited first ,
open Union and Southern Pacific
the depot, which is located on the bankof
attention given to special orders, anythingthe the beautiful Springs. From the Through Pullman tourist cars operated EURIZffSLOLI

market offers prepared for the table on wharf we could see many beautiful each Monday from Birmingham,
sights in the beautiful water. I
short notice. Ala., and three cars a week from
I Being so well pleased with out visit
there we decided we would visit the Washington, D. C., to San Francisco -ECZEMA FRED

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar mills and see how things were carriedon. via Atlanta, Montgomery and II

There we saw a great deal of machinery New Orleans, without change. Effec-
at work, and all running
Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. smoothly. After seeing what we could tive March 1, we operate every Monday Not somethin hat will cure everything, but /specific prescribed for over

down stairs we decided to go up stairs and Wednesday Pullman tourist thirty years by Djfctor Burgess. one of London's ; lost celebrated skin specialists -

Special Price to Regular Boarders and look at that part of the machinery. cars from St. Louis to San Francisco I I

There we saw the lumber cut and car- without change, via the Chicago and The Eurek I Eczema Cure is the famousJFemedy guarantee to quickly
ried off, all of which was done by machinery relieve and peynanently cure any disease otjthe skin or scalp. It is purely
Alton R. R., and the Union PacificR.
THE CARMICHAEL & SON GO and we noticed out in the mill! antiseptic and ermicidat We have thousands of testimonials to prove the
R., via Kansas City and Denver.
yard men loading a truck with logs true virtue ofjts positive cure.Don't ,

which were carried up stairs to the saw Ask for particulars, was! your time and money on.'cure-alls." The) absolutely do no

At McG-ratli's Stand to be made into lumber. J. F. Van Renssalaer Gen.Agt... good.
From the saw mill we went to visit I.
I 13 Peachtree St, Atlanta, Ga. Write toiisVt once for our famedsT Eurekalol Eczema Cure. It will tell
the planing mill, which was very nicely
arranged. G. W. Ely T. P. A. the story that is\ re convinelnjyjFfian pages of argument. Price, postpaid,
50c. and Jl.OO.Don't ,
From there we made our way backto
suffer from those torturesome Piles. One application of the famous
the Springs and prepared dinner at
Ry. 12:30. After dinner we played "fits," : Eurekalol Pile Cure will give immediate relief. Proce, postpaid, 50 cents.

which we enjoyed very much. Fastest Time, Finest Service to Birmingham THE EUREKALOL REMEDY CO., 1137 BERGEN ST, BROOKLYN, N. Y.
After playing until we got tired we I
Memphis, Nashville, Lou
then visited the picture gallery and
-FOR- looked at the beautiful pictures the artist isville, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicagoand I ,

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Washing. had on exhibition.It all. points North and West in I THE COLORED PEOPLE'S that turn every way. Razors axed In all
ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York being late, we then mad our way through Pullman sleepers, with unexcelled styles. Call and be convinced. West-

Two Elegant Trains Daily back to the Springs and started on our dining car service. Official! I DEPARTMENTRev. Broadway, next to A. Smith.
return home. We left the Springs at route to Kansas City to the Southern
SEABOARD EXPRESS and SEABOARD MAIL 3:30 after enjoying our day's trip so Baptist Convention to be held May 10- Mrs. Annie Ruth is to be congratu-
lated the home she has secured
well. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor. on new
17. One fare rate, plus 50 cents for the
since the death of her husband. It is a
Modem Pullman Equipment After leaving the Spring run we pass- round trip. Stop-overs on these tick- i
beautiful residence the of
on corner
ed a raft of beautiful timber which ets permitted at St. Louis and Mammoth -
ONLY LINE 1 Miss S. Allen, who has been quite ill, I South Second street and South Pond
was a great sight to some of our party, Cave. For sleeping car reserva- is convalescent. *

Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor it being the first they ever saw. and the tions, maps, folders, rates and full information street.

black, barefooted Ethiopean that was call on or write George E.I Whose Star have been We return our thanks to Rev.
full information and sleeper reservations, can on any agent Seaboard, running the raft looked comical you reading- many
very Herring. Florl'la Passenger Agent, L.
yours or your neighbor's? W. O. Bartley for his excellent editorIals -
or write: indeed as he fished along on his raft N., 206 W. Say St., Jacksonville, Fla. during our absence, and rejoice in
We arrived at Grahamville at 4:25,
A. O. MACDONELL, A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON JR., P. A., 1& Mrs. Maria Burt of Trilby is in the the fact that he did not take an addi-
safe and sound, and after talking over
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY city, visiting relatives and friends. tional rib. Oh, he is not courting-
JACKSONVILLE FLORiDA the trip and thanking Captain Nelsonfor
I I what are we talking about! Well, we
his kind hospitality through the The last chapter of "Generals in theDevil's !. often make mistakes. If mistakes were
day, and hoping to meet him again on Special Rates
will tomorrow
appear i haystacks there would not be a poor
such a trip the crowd departed for T 11.93-ATLANTA, GA., and return. horse in Marion county.
home, happy as could be. Much ado is being made over an enlarged -
Msfline One of the Tickets on sale May 14 and 15, lim few doors below the
Atlantic Party.A photo a Rev. and Mrs. J. E. A. Keeler and
ited returning to May 20. I steam laundry. Guess who. children returned yesterday from

THOUSAND DOLLARS" I I Lakeland, where the former has been
WORTH OF GOOD"I I Our patience is getting threadbare engaged'in pastoral duties. They were
THROUGH C LINE FROM FLORIDA] j I with many of our delinquent subscrib- royally entertained at the parsonageby

have been afflicted with kidney I ThePORTLAND I ers. They are good on promises but Mrs. Mary Gary, the occupant and

:ONNECT10NS and bladder trouble for years, passing I I| slow to meet them. received special attention from her and

Sisters Williams, Whisnant, L. Sullivan -
gravel or stones with excruciatingpain !! For choice groceries, fruits candies
TO THE CAST e its own rails to Sevannan, Char eston, Richmond ," says A. H. Thurnes a well I etc., call at Mention's grocery, two Burk, Carson, and many of the
All Rail and thence coal of Buffalo O. "I members of the church, male.and female -
hington, via Pennsylvania Ry. known operator | doors below the city market. Goods
got no relief from medicine until I began EXPOSITIONOpens j delivered to any part of the city. and members of other denominations -
TO THE WEdT Ha Montgomery) and Louisville & N hville and Dixieoute taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then i The courtesies shown by

er via .AJa nta. ITO the result was surprising. A few doses :Miss E. M. Jackson an efficient! Ma- white and colored were very kind. Eas-

started the brick-dust-like substance, rion county school teacher, will leave ter was splendid, save the gloom over

THE EAST fia Sav. & Ocsan S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphia and now I have no pain across my kidneys June 1st.Low the city for her home at Reddick tomorrow the church, caused by the death of a
and I feel like a new man. It has well pleased with her brief faithful brother, D. Frazier, and every-
Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New Tork. Washington
thing passed off pleasantly. The trip
done me $1000 worth of good. Foley's visit.
Via n4 Baltimore. Via Savannah and Mer/hants and Miners Kidney Cure will cure every form of Rates Will Prevail was an enjoyable one in every partic-

Transportation Company for Baltimore and PhiladelSy. kidney or bladder disease. Sold by the I .Mrs. C. C. Curry has orened 4 first ular.
class dress making, fitting and cutting
SteamchipRoute Drugstore. ARE YOU GOING?
business. Work done in the latest and BEST COUGH MEDICINE
best styles. Residence, one block north
KEY WEST and HAVANA,. Via Peninsular and Occi ntal Steamship Co. RAILWAY SCHEDULE BE CAREFUL in FOR CHILDREN
.of county jail.Galloway
Your Route West Wjen buy a cough medicine for
Selecting you
of the ce,&rued tainNe9' "iork & FloridS. Special, Florida and ,
Riggin the cousin of :Mrs. small children you want one in which
West Indian Limited, hicago and Florida Limited Dixie Flyer. H. J. Riggin, died last evening from you can place implicit confident!. You

Quickest schedules\ uperlor service. For ins /maUon as to rates, schedules OcalaSEABOARD SEE WONDERFULScenic lockjaw. He was a member of the C.M. want one that not only rdleres but
E. church. His funeral will be attended cures. You want one that is unques-
etc., consult the purpfe folder or rommuni te with T. C. White, D P. AIR LINE Colorado as You Go-
at 2 o'clock today by Rev. W. O. tionably harmless. You want one thatis
A., Tampa; W. J. Craig, G-XA.,: H. M. Eox son. T. M., Wilmington. N. C Schedule in Effect April 16 Entertaining, Enlightening i Bartley. We extend sympathy. pleasant to take. Chamberlain's

NORTHBOUNDArrive and Satisfying Cough Remedy meets all of these con-
Lost-A bunch of keys, last Saturday' ditions. There is nothing so good for
CHEAP RATES TO from Tampa p. m., and 2 I MANITOU, night. It is supposed by the loser that the coughs and colds incident to child-

a. m. they were lost in the postoffice.! Thereis I hood. For sale by the Postoffice D ug-
Leave-1:20 m., and 2:05 a. m. PIKE'S PEAK,
p. a postoffice key and a number of store, Ocala Florida.
California and the NorthwestTHE SOUTHBOUND: : COLORADO SPRINGS, other keys in the bunch. The finder',!
I will be rewarded them in
Arrive from Jacksonville p. m. by having put WOOD! *
and 2 ROYAL GORGE, P. O. box 810. B. C. Cody.
NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY a. m. Seasoned or green, oak pine or mixed.
Leave-2:0:: and 2:05 BLACK CANON
p. m. a. m.
Call at the Peterson Restaurant, opposite -. One dollar for big load; 50c. per half
TENNESSEE PASS, the city market for meals, load. Delivered to any part of the city.
lunches and lodging at special rates by Call on or phone McKean Lumber Co.
low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest Northbound CANON OF THE GRAND,
the day or week. Satisfaction guaran- west of Seaboard freight depot.
Below are a fewpoints to which the low rates are appl cabfe. No. 7S, from St. Petersburg, Lakelandand MARSHALL PASS, I teed. A small boy wanted to sell

$55.10-Portland, Seattle Vancouver and British Columbia points. Tampa arrives 12:40 p. m.; leaves GLENWOOD SPRINGSand lunches at trains. Mrs. Easter Peterson NOTICE

$49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte Anaconda, iXissoula and intermediate 1 p. m., for Jacksonville. proprietress. That flUrion County Will Apply to the
points on the Northern Pacific Railway. SouthboundNo. 'The Magnolia Restaurant and Ice Le\slature? for Authority tIssue

$.{ .70-sa.n Francisco Log Angeles San Diego, Benson, Phoenix Pres- 39, from Jacksonville, arrives Are All on This Line |Cream Parlor is now open night and WarrantsTo

2:35 p. rr ; leaves, 2:55 p. m. | day for the public. Meals and lunches all PI Whomsover:
cott Tuscon. Denver Coloradu Springs Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque. WRITE ME what time you will .
The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates From S.S.O.&G. be likely to make the trip. It served to order. Ice cream and cake a Notice ls\ereby i given that the <
No. 49, leaves 7:10 a. m, for Homo- ,specialty. Give us 3 trial. Jesse Mc- ty of ilaridk through Its bad of
All Florida Points sassa. may be to our mutual advantage Duffy, proprietor.A. county commistJoners, inten&rlo apply

No. 45, leaves 10:05 a. m., for Juli- WRITE TODAY to the next legislature foi rSe passage
The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga ette Archer, Lake City and points W. Walker, the world champion) of a bill autboriztogr aw empowering
shaver hair cutter. his keen
Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to Et. Louis north. COLONIST TICKETSOn and< Try them to issue con warrants to the

and Chicago. No. 47, leaves 3 p. m., for Homosassa, Sale to California, Or- razors, hair clippers and scissors and amount of JSO.OOOJwVie purpose of re
be convinced of hi? superior skilL Razors
Inverness and points south. modeling the c ert hotee. Said war
Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m. via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry. egon and the Northwest honed and concaved In all styles. taxable
to be
No. 44 arrives 9:40 a. m. from Ho rants $500\each and every
Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. m., via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry. mosassa. March 1st to May 15th Call at No. 115, Magnolia street, year thereafter until\aid, and to t
Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May No. 46 arrives 12:20 p. In., from In- Missouri, I. E. REHLANDER next S. A. L. draw invest not to exceeoSa per cent

15, inclusive, and from September 15 to October 31. verness. Juliette and points south. Pacific, Trav. Pass. Agent I .L. Green, the tonsortal artist and per H. W.. g.
No. 48 arrives 6 p. m.. from Homo- j lightning shaver. My razors shave soft Board of Count Conan.
For schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker, Florida ; Denver & CHATTANOOGA
maps I sassa, Jasper, Lake City, Archer and and sweet and my hair-cutting is the _[ttest: S. T. Slstnmk,
Passenger Agent "Dixie Flyer" Route, Jacksonville, Florida. I points north. I Rio Grande TENNESSEE I{best I have two of the finest chairs Clerk ClreaJt Court.

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"We know not what we shall be, but

L. BITTINGER & CO. we know that when He shall appearwe

TRUNK shall be like Him for we shall see -

C.. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll I Him as He is." The way to heaven -,

Proprietors and Publlahera you have only to turn to the right, and

I go straight forward. So many of our .

I SUIT CASE OR friends have recently gone home. It is r 7ycy ;, .

C. L. BITTiNGER, natural that thoughts of them and their : 's s __

Editor and General Manager. surroundings should frequently occur. .

Such should not make us sad, but

HAND BAG cheerful, seeing only the beautiful and t.

R. R. CARROLL, pleasant. "Our faith is a substance of

City Editor and Businets Manager things hoped for, the evidence of thingsnot
seen." And this is the victory that

overcomes the world even our faith.
ODD FELLOWS AT OXFORD GIVE US A CALL. "The just shall live by faith." Names

and faces of friends of the long ago,

Amity lodge No. H, Oxford. L O. O. who have passed over the river, and

F.. fittingly commemorated the 86th rest under the shade, people the present

HELVENSTONPASTEUR COMPANY with thoughts of love and memory
anniversary of Odd Fellowship last 3 '
views lonely, yet joyfully, the patient
night by inviting Rector H. W. Littleof F
I figure of Horace Eagleton, who has

Ocala to preach them a sermon, I joined his loved ones up there

which he did from the 4th chapter and A few years ago his father, then his
save much labor In the packing and
mother, then his loved
26th verse of Ecclesiastes. ins text wife, Kate Parr
handling of their truck crop. Eagleton whose union with her, he so
'was: "Two men are better than one; Miss some of the sweet things
The merchants of Oxford are among often said, was made in heaven, wherehe
if one fall the other will lift him up"This
he said foreshadowed fraternalism I the clever people of the section and in life -4ml don't miss has now joined her, and where her LEASED FOR TEN YEAj .
dear comrade and brother, Stewart ;
dated, though his idea of fraternalism have a strong hold on their trade. Theyare the pleasures of a box of44P Parr, had preceded her only nine I The BestNfeat Round Hotd

way back hundreds of years before W. T. Sparkman, Brown & Caruth- months before. Gladly they followed at $2.00
the Bible was written, and
ers and J. L. Turner Co. O. A. II
& the kindly light that led them home.
given to the world in the fable of Esop, P DAY IN FLORIDA.
Bogue continues to dispense the mail There is no death.
and typefied In "The Bundle of Sticks."
and Professor Borden is authority on "Why seek ye the living among the

A father taught his twelve sons the all economical questions down to Jeffersonian dead? 0, grave, where is thy victory? Up-to-date and UeJnr-WSlfFufnisted Rooms,
bane of discord and Individual action
democracy, over which he and Death, where is thy sting?"
and effort, in contrast with united ac- and Plenty to Eat.
Captain Lytle of Stanton had a good In viewing o'er their past pilgrimage,
tion. The discourse
was a magnificenteffort I. talk this week, the captain being his Stewart at Tampa contracted the
and was spoken in Mr. Little's
guest until Wednesday, when he wentto cough that sent him home to die, his COL. V. J. SHIPMAN Proprietor.
best vein of earnestness and eloquence, ,
Wildwood to call on friends. physicians pronouncing only a few
and with an effect that filled the hearts
:. Fishing is good on Lake Mioma. months of life for him. His last words, -
of his large and appreciative
congregation -
Mack Blair and Scoop Stapp were out "Jesus is with me. It is not goodbye
with an impress not soon to be
Wednesday and came near becomingfood here. We shall meet soon. I will follow -
forgotten. lie won unstinted admira-
for the whales of the lake, as in him all the way."
tion and commendation for the timely! I EDWit R THERST
the gale that beset their craft Scoop T. W. Troxler, Then nine short months, freightedwith
words spoken. He spoke of the relationto
lost his underpins and went kerfiop its joys and sorrows, and the phy-
the state of the individual, the family Agent,
into the turbulent water, but his friend sicians at Arcadia sent Kate home to

and one of the largest factors for hoisted him alive on deck. OCALA, FLA die, with the sad word she had con- E CITY ARK T
the conservation of the good of the Individual
The people are talking of taking a tracted a cold, and she came home and
in the secret orders, of which.
day off Saturday a week and attendingthe passed on to where the weary are at
the Odd Fellows was an illustrious, Adamsville picnic, May 6. -- -- rest. She sweetly said "There is no
h esale & Re ail Butchers
liMning example to the world. What Leading
could be nobler than this organization, WALL PAPERIf sorrow heaven cannot cure. Then her
DON'T BORROW TROUBLEIt fair hands were folded and we laid her
whose membership ran Into the millions "
and whose creed and deed were you wish work done In the wall paper away. "Asleep In Jesus. -
is a bad habit to borrow anything, line let send with A few more months and Horace, who
us our man samples
to look after the wants of the sick, WE8TE N e CHOICE P RIDA MEATS
needy, impoverished, infirm and aged, but the worst thing you can possibly for your Inspection. lived in "The Lord is my Shepherd

and minister to their physical and spiritual borrow is trouble. When sick, sore, DITTO & MALO EY.EVERY went to them, to dwell forever in the
heavy, weary and worn out by the house of the Lord. The Shepherd had
wants; to see that the widow and CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLEStN SEASON
pains and poisons of dyspepsia bil- borne them home.
the orphan, in their lonely and deplorable J PRINTING>
condition received the sympathy: iousness, Bright's disease and similar Paxobiscum. I FREE DELIVER* V S TELEPHONE 109
internal disorders, don't sit down and He leaves three sisters and two

and substantial aid given by this and brood over your symptoms, but fly for If you D t. job printing of Liy kind, brothers, Edgar, Hal, Margaret and I
orders. relief to Electric Bitters. Here you from r to a book, send Jour order Mamie Eagleton, and Mrs. Law, two I
The members of the lodge formed in
will find sure and permanent forge dainty little daughters, Ann Pope and
t e tar office. We hate J2000 I
their hall and some forty odd fell into
fulness of all your troubles, and your Kathleen May Eagleton, with a host of
line at the command of Conductor Mc- wor f |e finest job stock- -paper.
body will not be burdened by a load of other relatives and friends to miss him
Beath, and led Past Noble Grand G.
env o s, irds, cardboard, -that j jbien
I debt disease. At the Anti-Monopoly and them, but live in anticipation of the
B. Tankersley of Coleman, proceededto
Drugstore. Price jrtc. Guaranteed.Our has r carried by an office in glad meeting to be his and their gentle
the Methodist church, where the ser
thi, s tion.w Christian virtues we all know of the AND BU Ei
vices were held. The choir rendered
|ave recently put in a Idk of the i fruits of the Spirit they bore, made
appropriate music, and Past Noble ORS E
new tend prettiest faces of ype. and perfect by suffering.Life .
Grand Major Pendleton read the car-
dinal doctrines of the order in a most b /mess is offere for sale. We som I proved machinery. We have been long together,
We\hare the best job pri/ters and Through pleasant and cloudy weather
impressive manner.It will splMthe entire busi ess at a big
pressiVn\o_the country. 'Tis hard to part when friends are dear.
was interesting to watch the appearance bargain or if not sold in this way, theist Vices
of lights in all directions as Our are right. Perhaps 'twill cost a sigh, a tear;
the attendants coming in from their stock will 1 be sold out at The millinery SendVmr order. If Ufere is any Then steal away, give little warning

homes in the country guided their way ock is new a d seasonable, thing wr\ we make jr right. Choose thine own time;

through the darkness with lanterns attached and is ail salable, desira le goods. The BiDER & CO. I Say not good night, but in some

to the axles of their vehicles, business, Vill pay goo /returns on the brighter clime

and as they came nearer the place of anyoneAho I THURSDAYIf Bid me good morning. A Friend.
investmen to will give it
meeting, noted the striking effects of
their gleam in the converging circle as their perso. I attention rrhich we are EASTER AT WACAHOOTAThe
you expect to travel, call and select -
they surrounJed the church buildingand unable to do. 1AN4TERM1iiIEUnCHASnI

fastened their teams to the trees THE E. K. NELSON MILLINERY! CO. a trunk, grip or suit case from the Easter party at the residence of

which shade the Methodist church. largest and best stock of these goodsin Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith on April 21,

Amity lodge is in a prosperous con- the country, at Mclver and Mac- was one of the greatest social eventsof
dition. It numbers some seventy of the Kay's. the season.

most worthy citizens of the Oxford Are often frustrated by sudden breakdown The house was beautifully decoratedfor

neighborhood.. Owen is the present due to dyspepsia or constipation.Brace the occasion. The parlor was lovely

noble grand, and Mr. T. 1... LaVigneis I up and take Dr. King's New Life WHO WANTSA with potted ferns, evergreens and red

its efficient secretary. The meetingsof Pills. They take out the materials good home at a low price? We have and white lilies. The color of flowers

the order are well attended and it which are clogging your energies, and for sale the D. Williams house on cor- used in the dancing room was pink and

is the ambition of the lodge to get upa five you a new start. Cure headache ner Sanchez and South Third streets. white, with evergreens. In the dining

degree staff team to initiate the can and dizziness, too. At the AntiMonopoly Cheap, if taken at once. Fine location; room potted ferns and flowers of different -

didates and for the conferring of de- Drugstore; 23c.; guaranteed. large lot! good house. Ditto & Ma- colors were used. There were

grees. lone)'. four large Easter nests, made of moss We are now prepared to do tuning and

At present the merchants and other Gasolene engines, from two-horse and covered with roses, the first nest

citizens of Oxford are living in the expectant being entirely covered by white roses,
best and mast economical -
state. It is between the sea- power in the world for a small en- the second with pink, the third with repairing on short notice.

when the truckers' mak- white and the fourth with different
sons are
crops We distributors for the International
gine. are More than half of mankind over sixty
ing and getting ready for market, and I colors. The nests were all filled with
Harvester Company's unexcelled of suffer from kidney and
years age 1
the hope of merchants is is that priceshill 1 daintily covered eggs.
gas and gasolene engines. Call bladder disorders, usually enlargement
be good and returns encouragingand I The whole scene presented such a
on us or write for particulars. The of prostate gland. This is both painfuland I DCALA MUSIC COM
set in motion a "circulating wave," Marion Hardware Company. dangerous, and Foley's Kidney scene of loveliness it won the admiration -
I of all.
that will cool the parched pocketbooksof
Cure should be taken at the first sign
the truckers and expel the vacuumin Mrs. Smith beautifully attired in .
WILL INTEREST:: MANY of danger, as it corrects irregularitiesand
black silk, received the guests in the
the tills of the captains of merchandise -
has cured many old men of
leaving a net surplus in the hall Miss Hassle, dressed in white silk YOU ARE IN NEED OF MONEY CALL AT
Every person should know that good disease. Mr. Rodney Burnett, Rock IF
pockets of truckers to be placed on tissue, trimmed with ribbon, and Rosa
health is impossible if the kidneys are Port, Mo., writes: "I suffered with enlarged
cold storage, and at odd times and incidentally lie, in blue organdy with lace, welcomed -
deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will prostate gland and kidney trouble -

to keep the domestic pot cure kidney and bladder disease in every for years, and after taking two bottles the guests in the parlor.
The time was in dancing and
boiling. form, and will build up and of Foley's Kidney Cure I feel better I i UNCLE SHUTSPAWNSHOP.
Mr. Gilbert Mixson of Central
Just noa few beans and squash are games.
will build up and strengthen these organs than I have for twenty years, although I
violin for the
furnished music on the
going forward not much of these
; so they will perform their functions I am now 91 years old. Sold bv the
dancers, while beautiful music was
planted: the principal being watermelons i !
crops properly.! No danger of Bright'sdisease Postoffice Drugstore. I
cantaloupes and tomatoes. played on the piano for the pleasure of

which are looking fine indeed, and or diabetes if Foley's Kidney those who did not dance.At r'4
Cure is taken in time. Sold the I -
I Ly Hay rakes, mowers and binders I
promise large yield. 11 o'clock the guests were invitedto II' .
I Postoftlce Drugstore. either deering or McCormick, at the '
I the dining room to "break eggs,
The beauty in the system of the Oxford 1111
truckers and farmers is this: If I Marion Hardware Company. which afforded much pleasure to all. f,/
THE BALL GAME :, ) You can get the most
truck fails they never neglect their ag- Those who attended were Misses I /I .
ricultural interests, and support of the I Spalding's baseball guide books on Florence Anderson, dressed in blue organdy /1/, liberal loans on your
The Valmore Izlar baseball team sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.
was with lace Annie Harlie. in
home is always assured, and its leading ; ,I! Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
defeated at Dunnellon but ,
yesterday black mull; 'Bessie Parker, in cream
citizens point with pride to the fact
Furniture Tools and all
the game was a good one. The Dun- silk tissue: Janie Smith, in blue silk: II lit ,
that if the state has a more thoroughly I /
self-supporting population or better nellon boys were larger and older than R. D. Rosa Belle Perick, in red silk; Nannie __- Kinds of Personal Property.

ours. The visiting team was treated Smith in white dotted swiss; Eva
lands they are not aware of it, and so SALE
c s FOR
when satisfied conditions prevail as the royally by the Dunnellon boys, and & BLALOCK Bauknight. in white organdy, with o' r o UNREDEEMED PLEDGES

reward of labor, it is not necessary to "Ocala money" was no good in the lace; Carrie Phiney, in pink dotted M. Rubin All Business Strictly Confidential
look further. Phosphate City. The score was S to 3. I I NTAL swiss, with lace trimmings: Susie I ,

Oxford is proud of its new school The line-up of the Ocala team was 0 SURGEONk Smith, in white silk tissue; Ethel Wat- Proprietor. *4 North Magnolia St. '

building, the equal of the best in the as follows: Royal Cole, c.; Harry Bullock es over kins, in white and black lawn, with I FLORIDA.

county, and highly pleased with the p.; Otto Lohrig, lb.; Marion Pe- OCALA FLA. lace; Irene Beck, in black and white OCALA,

term of school just ended under the direction I lot, 2b.; Tom Barnes, 3b.; Gordon Lit- lawn: Alta Beck. in white lawn; Marion I

of Prof. T. J. McBeath, and I tle, ss.: Valmore Izlar, If.; Peyton Bailey Terms Cash Smith, in white lawn with lace; I I

cf. W. Morris, rf. Florence Bradley, in white dotted
his able corps of assistants. They area i I

unit in the matter of schools and possess -: swiss, with lace; Quintine Bradshaw, HATS OFF \
J. in white basketware cloth; Viola Mix- ,
a sub school district, in the crea- READ THIS:

tion of which Mr. J. 1... LaVigne was a.. son, in a shirtwaist suit; Estelle Mix- to the superb line of vea'cles J&K J r oa

moving spirit, and is still a model trus- DENTAL SURG ON son, in green and white lawn. and the
Mobile Ala., Feb. 16, 1S99. gentlemen were Messrs. James, Lucius display in our salesroom*! Ewfythlng

tee.The gang plow farmers and truckersof Office \upstairs, Ccmmercliu Bank and Retis Smith, Phillip Bradshaw, that modem ingenuity has evised for sr
Dr. E. W. Hall st. Louis, Mo.- !
the Oxford section are Gene Par- ilding, Ocala. S:>kes. Johnnie and Willie Smith, Ira comfort, for style, for be" ty, goes Into
Dear Sir: During the pasty ar we Job
and Raleigh Beck. Will Taylor
ham and Will Odell. They have forty these carriages, surreys.
acres in truck and several hundred have sold over twenty-four dozen TERMS H Mixson. Rater and Will Bradley. Guyi stanypes.
runabouts; drays, farces sand lap
acres in genenl farm tuff. "Hall's Great Discovery" for kidney i and Juno Mixson and Sedric Smith.At

12:30 the gay crowd departed for robes. Manufacture* have things
Major Wright is the dean of the and bladder troubles, and during that
trucking and farming faculty, and although their homes, each having spent a pleasant down so fine these fir* that prices areaway
time have received no complaint. MEN ONLYAre evening.
years are whitening his locks down. May wj& afeow you the latest
and lowering the agility and grace of I Yours respectfully, Saturday, the 22nd. a neighborhood I

which formerly marked his G. Van Antwerp & Son. picnoc was held on the beautiful shoresof ?
motion Requested Not to Read This, As It 1
commanding presence in any gather- Lake Fribley. At 12:30 p. m., a boun- 1I 1I I

ing, takes as deep an interest in the A TEXAS WONDEROne is Intended for the LadiesWhos tiful repast was served and all did full !1i I S. A. S'f ANDLEV & CQ,

justice to: the many good things the ladies j
affairs of the community as ever. He ,;r attention wriimte to our peculiar -
small the Texas Wonder
and his splendid wife graced the OddFellows' adapiabihtto progressive had prepared. After a few more I j

ceremony with their presence, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all cabinet-making, and trust they will allow hours spent pleasantly together all re- j

a (compliment greatly appreciated as Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes us to famish estimates on anything turned borne pleased with the day. and :

it is seldom they can be drawn from Gravel, cures Diabetes, Seminal Emissions in carpeutry needed in tteir hoping to spend many more as pleas-| LUMBeR

their stately home after the sun goes homes. ant together. Starlight j
Weak and Lame Backs, Rheumatism i
down. Nothing too small for us; nothing too I
and all irregularities of. the Kidneys NEW CUE FOR CANCER
The object of interest just now large.

with the Truckers' Union of Oxfordis and Bladder in both men and Our Art Noveau I ROUGH OR DRESSED
surface are now known
All cancers
the laying of the sills of their new women. Regulates Bladder troubles In
tracks of the Combination Chests and Settees are to be curable, by Bucklen's Arnica
warehouse S. A. L. R., Rand adjoining the frame work will children. If not sold by your druggist. becoming universal favorites in Ocala; Salve. Jas. Walters of Duffield, Va.. See or Phone

it for will b* sent by mail on receipt of $LOne low in price but high in efficient use- writes: "I had a cancer on my lip for
go up rapidly so they can use
fulness. A postal will bring us. that seemed incurable till Bucklen's -
the Professor McBeath. small bottle Is two months' treatment years
present crops.
it, and i B. H. SEYMOUR
Arnica Salve healea now
J O Stapp and C A. Hooks seem to i and seldcm fails to to cure any J. McNEALY & CO., ;
I it is Guaranteed cure
be the bossing contractors and are perfectly well" t tI'
case above mentioned. "The Ones That Don't Wait" and' burns. 25 cents at the "Fta.PAGE '
j for cut.
shoulders to the timbers.The NO. 25. Ocafa .
... putting I' I I PHONE ,
. building Is greatly needed and will I Sold by all druggist No. 12. Fort King avenue. I Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.



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