The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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v. ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Voame 9, Nn=ber 178 OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yeai

JU 1 ST lk]C ll -"
Of the Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic
Sh Afd AmmA. Coast Line

-ljlll~r i m
O3sier Rabbuts

Smnitega Pbtato Chipt)

Staed Dats and Figs,
Ceanaed CAUcants.

-at the-

T. W. Troxler Acent for Huyler's
Ca4dy. Fresh Shipments Received

Grammar Department, Ocala High
Pupils making Iw I -r cent. in .|*-Il-
Ing for the month in the eighth gra;ti
were Edna Smith. Eleanor El;warrs.
Eula Durratnce, Lily (;amble.
Honor Roll
Eighth Gr;iade--Her-on Teiocd. Il;irence.
Meffert. \Willie Mole'. ;rvwtr M--1'hlure.
Marguerite Port.r, I.El-;eincr l\\Ears.
Frank Harris. Vi'litior Izlar. S;;r;i I;i.-

Seventh ;r;ile--J-,n Ti '.';clgu. Phil
Rolii.sotn. L ,eona ;i I S;il-ting. I:urton
Smonak. M.:y Symniour. A\1 ge'r. Maggi' Pyl-s. i.lanio i'Coiunt. I:t'n
The ;o-'uli.r ,c. c-rop, is usually well kcmi\\i to tll'he
Imothelrs of Tcroupy hliil' l ri. N o till..
should I'w lost in t the tr-altili-nt oif it.
ait! for this purlIose no minocli<'ino, lits
r'-. eiv'ed- m ,Ior t- iuIti\e'l Isal a;i;,|-rov.l th1.111
<'htain.twrl-iin's '.iuctih :lc'it,- u ait<. value hlil,- tfitn' iln exil -ir iiliinl
with unitrit-c rioin-'lics. no i.ttri t how
highly they t Ih.i- y rIv e-.-.eit nclc,l. but
Give this inqe*-, in,' s ,iri ct e,-.! ;in-I all
symptoms -Sof 'oup \\ ill n Iickly ,lis-
aipbt4;r. FIo"- il'1> lIy ;.ill l'ruig ists.
Nicely furnished apartments for
light housekeeping; also a fo'w fur-
nished rooms. Apply to J. Starr Stern-
Beautiful cut glass and fine French
china at A. E. Burn tt's.
Also w or oak. or mix',l ilf i-'sirel. I)elivpr l.,I
promi.tly to ,.ivy it ii of to ; Giloes
and Co.. Plihn, N.%. 7-.

Opposite City Hall

P. 0. Box 374


Repairing a Specialty.

-G TO-
The Jeweler,

The Passenger Coach From Homosassa



Butted Over by a Seaboard Engine.,
A Number of People Badly Bruised. a i
i The- Homos.tss; ttain. known offi Hi- i
Silly vas No. 44, I :".-.. ion c tinti it-ilay. %as '\ ecke l at thll
i'cr,,s:i:.r of the A. C. I. an.ol S. A. I.
i 'i ks in tl.;s city. i'.,iduiti>-r g 1. -M. THEY ARE
i 'Itrtn .- i' nginei 'r W ailt'-r Scott \\i a
in hlia:'g- eof th.- tIiain. The traiin. .as
uStu;.l. "a;is !ccIkirig- in. it \\;. ais stA:; i A'
lit th.- *riossiior. th.- lli;n.-i n so--nt ChAiL A N D AINJ|

ght Colors





Annual Meeting-Officers Re-elected.
The Good Work the 1ist tution

is Doing
T:~~~-*r n hc ? U i '

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-- Baokers -

to 11 I id~te v! 4 oMing. Nv I h1. I I.-ill tzI(It I .i;. -- -
tho- c--ngj. fl %%. a is zvef L*- sivima ;i, N'as." na CA A LO IA
tho- ti ain lt.4,ve' si 'aly 'N-it. bahicing in'' V..1 c c '.'- f.ralBOCL.FOIA
:111.1 1146 doli.klo bla I i~ et- %% .il I tP %i"; y. tout rtot t!:. I;ISt thu.f Ia z. s@rio%% tg r- ~ I
Just .-% th#e A. .I1L. t I-a ii .IS COOCALA- WAGONI? WORK; t
ing it"-*-trac.k the # *.14 A .. elgji. start- 1 A Ltrg-atl~ inti-rqesting nmeeting was von.n;isti n cf Mosasr;s.-.n go Ford. 1B. tic t i; s. 11 n1",Irt of;a lun arv *,-;
.I .ih.-..I a ;t a fairly rapid' gait. andilhell :it Mts. Iiaislay~s Tues-lay titter- A. 'W-thers. Ditvi-I S. Wc .P~row. Mrs. ti#nts anci th-1st . TERPopir~
Iwoi-the- r-ngin.-#-r could st-e 44 t~ nelc1tuuitoIy the NVoinans Auxiliary (of !Ltl (Limshy. 'Mrs. ffitthiugfer an] M iss ch;grilxv sa!k#-7 I I--v** Th. ( t~i:-.- 'ran-I rubber
-v-.-his t-iiint-. tit- the enigines-r gin i' --Epis-ucpal church, of which %rq.1 Esther Wteathe-rs. to -scure hloines Titi A votbof!a ft~ink~ z ~st,-nlo-rod Mr~a. r.'- T.too s-t ruhb.r tiros richt.
144cuie gtet the signal and back ull. Haislt-y'is lit-c-k-treqit. to arranged for ;t; the it~ttending lal.y 4d'-I-gatest. Annie Woiecclrccv. Miss Emily Fo)rt. H.LV*.. thI- hqt l--zhuer in klu.r-
th S. A. L. engine struc-k the t-nd suitable, rec--elothc~n of the elelegateq to Miss; Esther 'Weaithors. anid Mrs. B t i-lI.I
ciotah. it h.-ing the 'frst s-lass coach, th, NWominns Auxiliary of the Mission- J. FV. Gt;or~ge.taprlos~iroug citizen of Pe-rfiue foir th*-d.- cintere-stt the-y haive 11. tvVi-c U- h :iter in ttOV%.fl
pgtluaroly in the middle I-tid noel k ke i t aryDijocss" of Southern Florida. which Meenthorook. walt in the city yesqt#erdaIy. takc- h igs eIII`the o- ispytit! I~ethe 1-stlwczI-o-ketithm in to-in n.
.*mit ir'-ly cevoer Ion its si-lt' ;is quiek as fa will iet\ci e. -i" ill I JcalarJanuary 2S. A anid );ica i~iIs f~inanciai el l ot-ts t' to the in-i h oP-.,'c'-.-tic o si-f fun'ls to) tsstiltt Iwo ti l kit: I *c of a gun, buggy .and
tla-h. The next, the s'Cond lasqi votonrnitttco,. n hospit~ality-wa1s named .1taUr. ilii iiaiuitaining th.- same. *:r: g. .- irl.hlul!ng .iz, outing or
o ht. %a s nost vnjarred. Thf-S.A. flycfsidli-t Nt- semVil r#eported 1 hatt 'ip'hepls~tv-, jfL.
I. 0,11911 "i t,, w stotolelte. an.! backed from
I luring V1 -. 7 at:@n t-4 ve rt, rpepive1. 15. any kiit c--f hl o k!%mithing.
th#e 4-oa ch. Thfe ctoah %%Is5 41 ivideil Illho c.amwes .~icunt-ol tooS7 ci f 011 ,it h.-ri. t ci I)1Iwk-q %,c-st of
Ohw nii.Iehie lby a l;r Itic-. the tr it which $'. %-,iit t -i hir it% pa ti'-Ilts itt tao !n a:1,l- I c'll.
4 .tlca t ct I',.*Ittk ; iKED0W ARDS BROTHERS 74 pa t4.t ;-it t'-i! s
J. 1. it : 1. C~irk.Nla -; *h ri: '-. It'eie Its c: 1-9 Jitiew s
Ice 1-ilyF -illwro. I )B ~t tidle .J. H AT m muo ff %h
*%h ATtc0 ic -I orte hit THE CTY MARKET ~1-n-o.' '..a' .r
*William Williainll.,.tI Ms 1 alL a in W--.tI:A N T E D
Stit "C xc !t i f ih t in -i#
Ledio 1,holesale & Retail Butchci.s,_a r'.~.I~.z ive hundred to One
leTU" iiawl %%ilh '.%It. zoonI hoiwsanA Head of
AI Uil'0l' 4,f OIsUM tI*-SM. .inii N-1- Hog. ddes
to S *f~I it M. :I!ciESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MVERITS t'~- ii: os drs
4.1 I .,si 5.I- c(of i!'c- c~ir.4t. a it fe-H I
li 'cc i M.Stci, h,- Io-ar'n Itt-'CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON .if*T. R..*F. ROGERS,
lj.i s~i-It-.k lth-ciottwil 1.'.1)- tis ~kiiFREE DELIVERY. TELEPHONE 108 ;Y 'Lci'. -.. *t.- 't-
stNI ii ercu. rl. let :IX A 1.1' 1'. F. I :B.tic'' R -a h.ithn U

t it c a tr '- x ac-tit tli r c t p ht n -1td- ,%is ch i : it r c Y I a I te c I a in t c a y t i l i n : rc r j r d e c r a t o r .
th''~~~~~~~~1: 71-;:t14cx atc .*: -tu~ 1~n t''. x 1:m.t :1 A t ho ti-.:4i'.-! th-- --h. :ha tal-t minIl phili'~tht c-,
icTIT*n '-- -.itI n .I ft.;1 hV-7h !ar )i1 .c;c' c torif4'.o 11tit- oie *eef 1,)tc its r-s- PA PE'LR H A.NG ING,
pie.". qof iicell. P;1t I 41f a Sit t ;,1to-,1hI 101111V I;N.Iit xx.t t.-t cct.1)",tens
fI*! the;ti t tt %%tAtt ih-. ,nt-.hilllif I
:w.1110 ftiot thiat lu111.a-1ht e1110-7s. t' ct\ :Is.tqv of; -mhsul-it' s '-xts-i2"ja e th-it "iffp rg n I I N'T ING I N
:11-iiicdc. V.(111. h'a\-t-c l en nash .ite ar .... l 3 ci t5 C 'Illy hatn ljty -I t jV' ty ~Iwc-tc'
caft' NMm. W~thhi~ta iir hic 11c'. 1, tgcit A LM NH*
int Thtits Ott -I .c-S. ipt \%ithactit #-\.11 BIRTtHDAtY PARTYia.jii.'.N- ti-SIGN PAINTING AND LETTERIKC
.C'V ct lt : ~'SI V! a 'v.- V leici'. Th. f J. It. 'ctI\ se4* ..!,- First'Lt t ss work (ifly
itc th'.- s-cat..I.[ IjL SS ccc.4p to t. li.. t. ~': f.- \. ,11 h, I]t0!1 c--,ft i i. cV-I thh-0 y1v .!1'-
Mt s. W It. L-ox~ t't. D.iiicg!-.I r. : : ~taat. --r th. .Ist h h1-ihIi
:1114 W. ~* 1.. Utit (-a I ti-I Sect) .tu.idCHAS. E. TAYLOR -19,t. M'. sc-tI. :tI-It.a -c-W .W Carmain&Co.
t'.'cc~~ ~~~ h 11 a -'li e.4f11. raTi;*c -m .Th-.Sc %\- l i-ca~jca- i ----h - ic: n-i
'ti.4 I iit x t i cci1 -1! fl citi a l SI tc l cIt- 11! '*- M t. it.-] jat? .0%. Ynii will I Ia!a w i '' lstovk of
Ido. 1 \\.' % hMoi.t'-? f' -om a vi t*.a t ill.- zrqc (rri-?- at

ti!~v 1i-%.,ti h--- V' T- A'la'!.' Im !K .- a12a Ic' l r n N-'trth ' St..nor*:i tt ity mar-
I eA st* Ii s, c )!0-. M !-S LV.. I -. o v, Iy 1 I cIN 1! Y h.~ I.,T,. .. i -, 01-- S ), : t(
"Ua? ct i. c,~ tt at: ISF%-:U *-1-.'IT -. --tciFRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
~hi--~ --.-~ ~*.-. *~-. a- I 4 0 -at! .->x 1' PCHICKENS AND EGGS
a- a ~ i'N~-- Ihave a great quantity of '--.4.'cst
seof dhad urniture, much
-' iias good as ewlil I S-. 'i., 'kI III~~
~.. .. ---ma nner of articles and :'--~B ~ 1
a -:'c a Pi IVh z.
;-.7~..jt;,~--aFOR LACK~ OF STORAGE ROOM ,.- '",- 'Ucr!c:a-U-.*

- ' - *~. Will sell at almost your own price ~. .
CAL.L AT ONCE t.-0 r-iu-o cus
Ada Aft 111 111 E0cAf

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Rmedof Sweet Gum and---i:'' -
MAma Lfor Csimoughs6 Cnt. o -- M ,"
La~ipe.Natre's Great 'i:~ c -c .
Rmd for all Throat and,, -&: --~-
L~gTroubbes.Thoroughly 1-
ted e w 30 years. 25c. M, i.: L, *t'~a :~ f. -
50c- -a"d$ 1. Fo aee r
Am&tMoaopoly aDaugstore t Con,'idetl on con-I pagtv


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Standard Fire Insurance Companies and Penn Mutual
Life Insurance Co.

Rooms 7 and S
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City Market.

Pneumonia follow* La kOple
but never follows the e of

F IEall iTar

It stops the Cough and h.'als the lungs
Prevents Pneuminla and Consumptlo..
M&a0. V~cuz], of IS, O~qwcoc ft. chiesm
mrin: "My whi% had I& -i ppesandit left
with a wry bad enuagham her 1 wbh

T,v --nat I -g-- -b aTS3c mLE A-a w-- -- uI"
- Wm c-- Postoffce vruptore, Ocala, FMa


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oCcrnt.*nued f:o-n Fr-o. Paxge.i

n',',n ;?'..j S!r. i.--:... :.. :n th.-
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll ^:
Th-- :.** k u'::- v~ .hli- l..11 w'.s.
Editors and Pro;,:i .to:s. f.i:i.;. but nt.ithsta' .d:rg this fact
a ubi< c-rowl quickly gathered.
The Star hadl a pl-easant '.01 y-ster- The S. A. L. eain. aS not injur-]
day afternoon from Mr. J. K. G -i-.s of to ;iny grt.t t-xt-nt. n!ly lhoing its li-
G;uilford. Me-.. where for forty-eight l It. The big t-lgraph po.#- was snapp-
ar h has b.-n a -ful Irv d into th:t-- l'-.. :sti., th- upIo-r enl
goods merchant and amass.,-! a cul n- hug susj*n -1 by the m.ny nires of
portable forturn,. vhich enabl..s him at both comxani's lis hi h :'.** un-
this day to in the sunshit;e of ir\jurel.
Flnit.i,---.x.ptinlg th- present atmos- :.
ph*-ric -conlitions. The family ime is that th'- a,,ci--nt w as through no f.iult
no ,ted for its plac- in this republi- as or n* t of duty on th- I:t ,f <'.4 at.'
print-rs: Harry ;+-.!-qs o!f listibein Eatonin his engineersr or o rev-.
almost A Iontnsie ra. ytof Franklin. I: The ,ngin.eer fon th- S. A. L. fT eight.
in shifting or uwithii-g. h-,.'e,I it~o
Peter (<;des started the first print shot. in shifting or sithii. h*-e into
in lLangor. Me,.. and his des.-endanr.ts ar- th t trii thout s it. t
still prominent in the printing )busi- of th
nes in the- New England State-. Mr. k n from his tiwn
Gede is nro stranger t,, Floridia or singg ;a train on tht- other track until
it is within a f-w fe-t of the .rossing.
rion ,-ounty. having made his first vis- it is wihi ft of the cross
it to e-n.-dict. no% Faiirfi-ell. fourteen As soomn as the track was cleIar, the
years ago. when his brother, J. M. train was run on up to the station.
Gedes. died at that p*l,i<" and the form -
er is now int-r..sted iti the property
he- left. Mr. ;-l.s has th .. li. sun. of COMMENCED TO GRIND?
an acquaintance with Mr. IE. P'. Thaft-
aid. whom he esteems v..ry hi'.iy. The- wonl is abuzz to,,lay w.ith ru-
,Mr. ed.-ls expects to slje-n the- winter mci!s that n**r between Russia ;ind Ja-
in (Ocala and among his F-'.irfi.t-1 pan has begun.
friends. He attended the tourn:tm*nnt
at Fairfield last we-ek anid said tht HOW'S THIS?
-scene-s Ipre-snt -I i l,-tt-r th::: i
minstrel show. It was a nove-,l s 'eh,- We offer One Hunhl-1 Doll;a-s P. e-
to him and .hef.joyl:.ll. lxr-.ilti. ward f v_..!'i not l t cur-d by Hall's 4' 4'ur-.
FI. J. *HI'ENY & 4'()., Tolteo, ). I.
Mrs. \Wh'tinizton. niotih-r of Tni I
1rn J ... Whittinv i 'eth fe. the und,-r.siignl, have know n
F J hiit t n J. J. h-y for the last 1.) y.ears. and
il s.-t-l:,,n. *iv.-1 M oil';.iy ;aft.r at l, ngR
illni-se .' !.5 M. ol..nv*t.*, m .l- beli*'". him i pif. tly hon.,!|abll in all
Silln trS %ns% :,'11.'. .iis;m l financi.lly
the" l;>pt ist <'hun:- '. :in.! I.-\. lli i':,c"
t :i : h!" IbI" to ca-trry o;ut .any obligations inIale
offi' ia'-d :at th< ftn-,. Il Ptir l t I, h.r
d ,-ath sh- had j ust r*-t u r .'l ll :1i a b Y ir "i .
death she h j ,St ret ,ur t r.I, 'West & Truax. Whol,.s.l1e Druggists.
\ iil to li..*- s.i. uul. n. tit T T nI
..ik-. .i .....itrus \\- i!..-l,::.z. Kinnan & M.irviii, W hole-


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Marri-d. Tuesday. December 29, near
Fle-mington, at the home of the bride's
paIt.nts. Mr. at-l Mris. J. I. Whitting-
t,,.n. Miss Lulat Eva Whittington to
Mr. wtujamin A. Havir1.
At 11 o'clock the parlor. which was
b.t-utifully del-or tte-l with evergreens.
\.:s c'row' dd \ with relatives and
frio:ils. wh-hn th. gr'-oom, dressed in
coi:vvtinili;l blac-k. l-adilng the bride.
4-1.1t in vwhit, silk. trimmed with me-
<;itlliolns and ribboin. appeared. and Rev.
A. L. Prison. with a pretty ceremony.
lriicntiii-'i th'-mi husband and wife.

,.e. :;.sei ,.t,'. hl ?" iti. i ,i1 r ..;n. sal.i rugs is:s. Toed.l, ,. After congratulations, those present
J.htI. 1,. \l'hiinetn,, is.,s ., ;l- l ,ll0's 'Att;rrh 4'uro is taken inter- rA:spairedl to the dining room where a
ti bl k .ly and r. n! llyt. ;wting di irectly u i.-n the bl,,ol idicious feast was spread.
Sh keand l nu,,us surfaces of th-e system. The brile antd groom left on the
Te-stimonials sent free. Price 75c. per *-veniig train for their home in South
Mts. <'halhs h, I...s ol f L..xintton, ,ottie. Sold by all Drugg.ists. e 'arelina.
K.. ho, had b.-.n tia guest of her Hal-'s ilyv Pills ;te the best. Those pr.-s-nt wvere Mrs. Havird of
sist.M. M. l. :J. I% t.t'1.n. o1 LiUle.St.. South 'aroli na. mother of the groom.
di-d Tues lay of iluti t ,11il.I. tthe was STATIONERY Mr. John Havird. brother of the groom.
the d!au;nt :" of J. M. Sin.s.. !ivNw of %Mr. (Ge rge \VWinido; of (Georgia, cousin
Vtal'.ost.i. 4;i;.. but foitir,.ly an orange'. A bea,;;tiful line of stationery-As ,t the bride-. Mr. R. J. Whittington of
gr.,\ .r 0,f .tz.e:, ll.n.ntiock. The eli- I.n as cin be found in town-at T/- Hertiando. uncl+- of the bride., Mrs. E.
,ea,.sel \.i a pupil of e.ur public school dings & Co. A. Smith. Miss Leila and Messrs. Rob-
during i'erofe-.s-,r tSztree.rtoor's prini ipul- t __ ert and Ernest Whittington, sister and
shilp. Sh"- wa:s b-:tutiful woman awl FANCY GROCERIES brothers of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. J.
possessed :t lovely hra'cter. 1Hr ,- A large and well selected stock of D. Whittington. .Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
mains w..r. s1.t to Valelosta. OLa.. for imported groceries, the best in the Whittington. Mr. J. ('. Smith and fam-
inteirrmentt. Mr. lRoers. who spent city. at the French bakery. All orders ily. Mrs. Johni Havird. Mrs. S. E. Smith.
Christmn.ts with his sick wife. had re- will be promptly delivered. Mrs. R. L. Whittington. Messrs. R. R.
turned home. Whittington. E. A. Smith, Bert Carl-
A.. ... 0n i-1 -t'on- W'' Whittinrtont. IW'illie Moon.

'dol. R. F. the new suiperin-
tendent of the Mat ion convict farm has
arrived and taken charge. The Star
extends to Col. Rogers and family a
c-ordial welcome to Ocala. They will
be desirable acquisitions to our com-
munity. Col. Rogers is a progressive
and public spirited citizen and can he
counted on at all times in the van of
morals and good. wholesome civic gov-

If you but knew the splendid merits
of Foley's Honey and Tar you would
never be without it. A dose or two will
prevent an attack of pneumonia or la
grippe. It may save your life. Sold
by the Postoffice Drugstore.

Fresh stock of Wiley's fine package
candy just received at W. M. Martin's.


James Barnes an employee of Capt. OCKLAWAHA RIVER TRIP
Townsend's turpentine farm south of
Patt Island was in the city today. Tickets can be had of Miss Je.sie C.
having come up on ('apt. Eaton's train Maughs at the A. C. Ocala House
office for single persons or parties who
in the coach next to the one overturn. -
desire to take a trip on the launch U'n-
ed. He said the coach was lifted sev- dine from Silver Springs to the Ockla-
eral feet in the air.
eral feet in the air. waha river. Call on Miss Maughs or
the undersigned for further particulars.
Hon. J. N. C'. Stockton and Mr. Gus Holtzclaw and Nelson.
Morton. the manager of Mr. Stockton's Silver Springs. Fla.
valuable phosphate mine *it Eve, Levy
county. arrived in the city yesterday SIMPLE COLDS
afternoon. We understand that nego- Cease to be simple, if at all prolonged.
tiations are in progress for the sale of The safest way is to put them aside at
the mine. the very beginning. Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup stops the cold and re-
County Co',mmi. io,;er Fred S. Lucius
County mmiioer Fred A. Lucusmoves the cause for colds. 25c., 50c..
left this afternoon for the Griner and $1 a bottle at Anti-Monopoly
Farm. Anthony and Citra sections to Drugstore.
Inspect farms with a view to locating.
as he has sold his place near Levon. NAPTHA LAUNCH FOR CHARTER
The neighborhood that secures his res-asure launch Alma, now on
The pleasure launch Alma is now on
idenco will be indeed fortunate.
Silver Springs. for charter by the hour
.or day. Hunting and fishing parties a
Mr. E. L. Stafford of Weirsdlale. w ho secialt.
specialty. Rates reasonable. W1e
has oen of the tinest and most produc-
iguarantee to pleaae you. Give us a
tave groves on South Lake Weir. camecall. Pierce & arm
call. I Pierce & Farmer.
up Wednesday. and brought a basket
,n.lty. and brought basket Telephone or write to the springs.
of lovely fruit just from the trees. ;
shu.w ing the groves of that section are REV. CARLISLE P. B. MARTIN
all o. k. LL. D.

Messrs. J. L.. Be,k of Ccentr.l a:. l Waverly. writes: ",*f a t-orning
To Cooper of Flemi:nlgt>on cn in i! hen i twist rising I oft'n tinli a trou-
yesterday afte'n. on t., so rv. on th.. Ils,, c ll ',, of t.hlgn. whi h

Ross Williamson, Clarence Chitty. Mr.
and Mrs. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Searcy
and daughter.
Many presents were received, which
were useful and pretty.
The groom is a prosperous and excel-
lent young man of Newberry. S. C.
The bride is a charming Plemington
belle, known and loved for her kind
and sweet disposition.
May their lives be crowned with hap-
piness is the wish of A Friend.


Everything is in the name when it
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. De-
Witt & Co. of Chicago discovered some
years ago how to make a salve from
Witch Hazel that Is a specific for Piles.
For blind, bleeding, itching and pro-
truding piles, eczema, cuts. burns,
bruises and all skin diseases DeWitt's
Salve has no equal. This has given rise
to numerous worthless counterfeits.
Ask for DeWitt's-the genuine. Sold
by Wm. Anderson.

All kinds, self registering and the
usual kind. fancy and serviceable,
from $3.50 down. Tydings & Co.





$arion Hardware Go.

We Would Be Glad
When you wish to buy any kind
of a Stove or Range to have
you carefully


With any other make

We feel your 4e-lelo- will
be favorable to the

Therefore we court careful
comparison. We know they
are mot Equaled.
We alo cary a fll line of


A Complete line of Builders and General Hardware Farming Tools
Guns and Ammunition.


`-'iN ST~CXK

Jeffords Budding.

mi U -

$Z3 o, Only One Pair sold tollFITS
$3.50 a Customer. WEARS


(The Store with the Yellow Front)

jury. Mr. Co pwr s.ays trucking is very
backward in h:s se. :tion. ,, : g to th<-
continued co'd ea.ither. that :a little,
lettuce as going forwa.trd i::d b:: .;in
a fine prict.
,'",i:ty Su;\ ,- or J <. I; .Mo,:rh,-.dt

at: s' :.. :s ,: tit. ,c f th,.- "-
l.,s-. 1 ;v, l; '.,': i.: ]:'. ,:5 !'*,*;*

pro-lus es .a cough. i.1ir. 1 %i -7ryha' .1 to
bcut a 41", of~:ty c~Itl
lar- s Ic c'hcciiU Sy rup V. iA a onei
lUskcclge-iL. il Ithe t *k i'to cv'i. I
k'c t- f lcnet :;Ti-,, t!,.:e' s cci'.:el t.,

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in 4::is c~

1*. f R S7* .-z in. 4 ar.-' !f

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But You Can Get Good Goods

Every Day Except Sunday


Gum C olds; Provents PneumemlS AW ehdaldrsmfft @woo oW-eoft

We want to do a bigger businew thM
ever and we want every builder a"
p-rson interested in building to kaw
that we are prepared to render ti m
the most efficient service in prompt de*
l.veri,-s ,f the very best yellow pes
mouldings. mill work, shingles and C
everything of wood needed In te
building trade.






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Go to Schlemmer's for your bread.

Pyrographic novelties at the Post-


VW'ashington. Jan. 7.-Rain tonight. continued- Fri-,sy f-,r-oono):
warmer in central portion tonight:
1coli-der in west portion. Friday.


Th- young people who are competing
for th.- prizes offered by the commit-
tee o'f th- above association for the
best .-ssay on "Kindness." in any form.
are requested to hand their ;papers to
.Miss Tatham. se<--r-t;ary, by Wedn.-s-
day. the 20th of this month,. when the
pr*.selt competitionon ,loses. Long pa-
ipers are not d-sir-ed., nmrely writing toi
the point. and nothing must tbe copie-d
from newspapers or books.

SAmong Dunnellon's distinguished
S-itizens in the IHrick City y.sterl;ty
were- Bob San ltrs and Henry Gordon
the latter marshal of the pla,'. Both


The Daughters of the Conf-'lerarcy
wH! hold the-ir re-ruli.r monthly
ing at the r -s;ilenct- of Mrs. 4'. H.
Mathews. Pri lay aft-rnoon at 3 o'olo-k.
Prompt atten l.t, L -e r,,,l. offi. -rs
to be elected for th,- new y: er. ati,
other important business to claim at-

Jn:o. T. of Moss Bluff bought
R-v. M. 1. Moser'sa air ,of horses an I
lr,- th'-mn home today.

The mn:ny fri-enls of Mr. Alex.
Y,,ngu, of Fairfieldl "ill be sorry to
h-.iar of the death of his \wif,. who
Ipassedl a%'.ay De ember 29.

The trustees of th*e r.iptist *church
Iar- having ;i ni. e. n-ew fence put up
,riouund the chur, h lot.

Evenings at S. The Hardman Pi-

gentlemen report business good in their ano Player. Hear it. Ocala Music
burg. Company.

The Norma Martinez, the C. H. S.
the El Solo, and the Fama Nacional,

o0ice Drugstore. four oft the best 5 cent cigars made in
Tampa. and many others to be found
Schlemmer bakes the best bread. in T. W. Troxler's cigar case.
cakes, pies. etc.
The most elegant display of candy Hot drinks of all kinds at Troxler's.
la town at Dame's.
Fatal kilney anl bla'lder troubles
See our handsome lien of pictures. can always be lro-ventel by the use of
Postoffce Drugstore. l'ol-y's Kidney ,'ure. Sold by the Post-
,office Drugstore.
Palmers' Perfumes, the best. at the
Postofflice Drugstore. APPLES
At Dame's, for 35c. a peck-good ones.
G. R. Reading of Iunni-llon was at .
the Ocala Houwse. today. t IN BED FOUR WEEKS
Mr. F. M. T., t wsentl Si e have received the following letter
was in the city y-eterdlay.

Books are our speialtvy-all kinds "'I w s in b.-d four weeks ith la grippe
of books. Ocala News 4-o. andl I trii.,m nlny rt-nielies andl spent
consile-rable for treatment with phy-
Hon. J. N. '". St.ktfn r(-turned1 to s.ici;ns, but I received no relief until
Jacksonville this ifte-iiomi0. I tried F'oley's Honey and Tar. Two
I small! blittles of this medicine cured,
Fine candies. fresh and of excellent i me and ltow I use it exclusively in my
quality, at the French bakery, tfamniily.'" Take no substitute. Sold by
the Postoffice Drugstore.
Mrs. J. J. Tillis of Like was in
the city yesterday shopping. : WANTED-Men to learn the barber
____ trade. We have the best opportunity
An unusually large and prt:vy :!:n of t-ver offered. C'an earn nearly all ex-
tollet articles at Tydings & Co. .,nses before completing. Start now
;n I finish for spring rush. Write for
Blank books of all kinds. We aI-. -talogue. Moler Barber College, New
headquarters., ocala News Coo. rleans. La.

Order your holiday flowers early "'The nicest and pleasantest medi-
from the Ocala Greenhouse Co. cine I have used for indigestion and
constipation is Chamberlain's Stom-
Remember the French bakery for ach and Liver Tablets." says fTelard

your holiday supply of cakes, etc.

Pure, wholesome bread, baked fresh
every day. at C. N. Schlemmer's.

Choice pot plants for holiday pres-
ents, at the Ocala Greenhouse Co.

The moet complete line of toilet arti-
cei ia the city at Tydings & Co.

Mr. Taylor continues his interesting
night sermons at the Christian church.

F. Craig, of Middlegrove. N. Y.
-They work like a charm and do not
gripe or have any unpleasant effect."
For sale by all druggists.

FOR SALE-Fifty head of fine Jer-
sey milch cows and heifers. Apply to
T. W. Smith, at the Marion Hardware

..FOR SALE-The oldest and best es-
tablished millinery business in town.
Best of reasons for selling. Apply at

B. F. Arnold of ('an S.tturday to in;,k" his home at Dade
I'ity. 'aniller dislikes to lose so good
a nlai.

The O cala iRies, at a tlate meeting,
;asse l resolutions of regret at the se-
rious accident that befel Otis Lanlers.
one of their rnfnmb,rs.t anfl appoint+.lI
a committee to look after him in his
affli, tion.

FPor a bad tiste In the mouth take
a few doses of C'ha;nberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. Price 23 cents.
Warrante.l to cure. For sale by all

)tlis \who) was so seriously
injiirt-'l at l)iint;.i,,ln t\io weeks agpo.
in I who was bri. eight to the hospital.
as re.movel d 1.) the heni of his pa-
r-ints in th-e .'- 'ni \\w rl y-st'

E. J. Seymour has issue.l his first
nunih-r (of the -'armer andl Trucker. at
Hastings. FI:i. It is a <'rt. litable sheet.
ais \as to be exio'ted. as Mr. Sey-
mour is an -ihl. a#iin veteran journalist.
His last "sit" was editor of the St. Au-
gustine Recuord. Hastings is a great I
Irish potato growing section.

J. I. Malloy and Mr. Ellison of the
Anthony trucking section, were in the
'city tolay. They were all smiles at
the good rain.

The hot chocolate served at Trox-
ler's fountain is made with Huyler's
pure, delicious chocolate.

The King's Daughters held an in-
teresting meeting in the library rooms
this morning. Six members were pres-
ent. including the president, Mrs. Lind-
say. We will let the other 100 mem-
say. We will let the 100 absent mem-
ants were.

The prevention of consumption Is en-
tirely a question of commencing the
proper treatment in time. Nothing is
so well adapted to ward off fatal lung
troubles as Foley's Honey and Tar.
Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.

Mr. M. M. Little is having a new
fence built aroun, d hi rnAsidolAn in thA



Ocala, Florida

Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machiey

Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Sareys, Carriage


Building Materials, Every Kind a Descrip


Phosphate Plants Installed Complete


I.. R. Farmer. W. Holtzclaw. Silver
Springs: H. L. Hutchinson. Gaines-
ville: L. C. Hopkins. Atlanta: B. L.
Kingslan"d. St. Louis; '. H. Lloyd.
Holder: J. N. C. Stockton. Jackson-
ville: Gus W. Morton. Eve, Fla.: L.
Danzig. New York: Thomas Wilson,
Charleston. S. C..; Frank Lytton. Flor-
ida: WV. o. Bellaire. Jacksonville.


Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City Water
Works. Shullsburg. Wis., writes: "I1
have tried many kinds of liniments, but
have never received much benefit until
I used Ballard's Snow Liniment for
rheumatism and pains. I think it the
best liniment on earth." 25c., 50c. and
$1 bottles at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-


x86-Ten room house occupied by Mrs. Moody.
187 -Lot on Ocklawaha, corner Herbert st.
188-Store, residence and farm, Linden, Fla.
189-Residence occupied by Mr. Cullen.
190-56 acres hammock 4 miles north ot Ocala
19t-One acre directly opposite Camp's.
192-House occupied by J. M. Benton.
193-House occupied by Miss V. Campbell.
194-Israel Brown House opposite synagogue.
95-100oo acres, part hammock 4 miles from Ocala
196-2 miles from Ocala 20 acres and house.
197-1o room house on Pond st
198-Lots in Smith & Dougherty addition.
199--2o acres hammock 2 miles east.
200-20 acres from 3 miles west.
201-8 room house i mile from school house.
202-Green Place io acres i mile out
203-15 acre farm 5 room cottage 4 miles.

LUAU oIIIY [oF Il[rormlauon. .... 2o4-House occupied by Mr. Haley.
Vegetable plants, also lettuce for ta- second ward. PRETTY JOBS OF PAINTING"
ble me, at the Ocala Greenhouse Co. BRUTALLY TORTURED 205-40 acres land, 19, 14, 23.
A case came to light that for per- FOUND-An overcoat, in front of J. Messrs. Perkins and Sternbergerl 206-HOUSe occupied by P. V. Leavengood.
New copyright fiction, the latest and sistent and unmerciful torture has per- A. Pittman and Son's. Owner can have just completed the painting of the 207-House occupied by John Moore.
most popular works. Ocala News Co. haps never been equaled. Joe Golobick have the same by calling on Dr. W. P. residences of H. L. Anderson. F. G. B.
of Colusa. Cal.. writes: "For 15 years I Wilson proving property and paying weihe. R. A. Burford and N. L. Wil- A R ST ERNB ER
Handsome parlor lamps. jardinieres endured insufferable pain from Rheu- him for this ad. liams and are now engaged in paint- J
md toilet sets at Mclver & MacKay's. matism and nothing relieved me al- ing Mr. Blount's. formerly Mr. C. CV.
though I tried everything known. I Messrs. Jim and Will Mathews of the Todd's residence, and also the new S.
The best line of gift books we have came across Electric Bitters, and it is Flemlngton section, were among the A. L. eating house. in front of Carmi-
ever displayed. at the Postoffice Drug- the greatest medicine on earth for that interested spectators at the meeting of chael and Son Co's. saloon. All are C // O
Boom trouble. A few bottles of it complete- the board of county commissioners: splendid jobs of painting. Mr. Perkins
ly relieved and cured me." Just as is a master painter, has four gangs of G S OT Tg F.
Purest drums carefully compounded. good for Liver and Kidney troubles Miss Sue Barco. the accomplished men at work. and does nothing himself
t our prescription department. Ty- and general debility. Only 50. Sat- daughter of Mr. and MrV. J. M. Barco. but mix the paints, place and direct the S S
dim & Co. isfaction guaranteed by the Anti-Mo- who has been attending the Fifth Av- work.
nopoly Drugstore. enue Finishing School for young la- For Information and Rate.---
Tor can get what you want now. dies in New York City for the past six WORKING NIGHT AND DAY
We have It. Ocala Music Company, FOR RENT-ChoIce front offices on months, will return home about the
both second and third floors of the 12th. The busiest and mightiest little.
Baptist Witness building. Apply at thing that ever was made is Dr. King' T it C N
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Farls of Ohio are thiM oace. Miss Herndon of Paducah. Ky., ar- New Life Pills. These pills change
in Candler, visiting their father. Rev. rived in the city a few days ago, and weakness into strength. listlessness in-
Dr. Faris. R will make her home with her sTster, i to energy, brain-fag into mental pow-, S-ub rAE P OI 1
PROFESSIONAL CARDS Mrs. Briggance. er. They're wonderful in building up'
Pue drugs carefully compounded the health. Only 25c. per box. Sold byj
In our prescription department. Ty- Rev. H. W. Little was quite "-under the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
dias& & CO. R. D ULLEthe weather" yesterday from the grip. $25 'pe week lmdA.", r y D sM Uam 'e
ot DENTTIST 4* I 'bue expects to preach at St. James W..ANTED-A position as bookkeeper
Acid Cough Syrup, the best cough *DENTIST church. colored, tonight. by a young man who is a graduate of AcI&Wd ts. No Maedkm Ed .m R .-
remedy on the market, for sale by Office Over Munroe & Chambliss' Massey's Business College. and who Yo r Dirflclar I ats IMWarf*i w e oey
Tydiags & Co. Bank. Ocala. Florida. S.H. Brown of Leroy was a passen- can furnish best of referenries as to
er on this morning's Honmosassa character. Address. P. A. Roberts.
E. M. Howard has been confined to e E CHACE, train, and escaped a shaking up at Lynne. Fla. DAY PHONE 117 NIGMT P IION U
his room for several days with an at- D byTA L SUbeN ing n the bag.i car at TERIBLE WRECK
tack of the grip. DENTAL SUiRS'EON te e of the v.vrvk. TERRIBLE WRECK 4ROSBBY & MARTIN
Office Upstairs Commercial Bank ON THE ROCK ISLAND
..FOR SALE--For $2". c sh. a brani Building. Ocala. Florida. WA\NTED-Two t.t-,i!e s:.smn
new 4O4l-poun 1 saft.. Au -:y to, the TERMS CASH :n *.,-h P-r.anprtt position S-, T .;-k.. .. Jn. 7.--Thirty rI l Ie. E
Ocal.t e.l .. x;ns-s. Central T.T.tic,, iV W.-rks. ill ;,.is n-s. ;rknown to h .v,- b -n I
: MUP T S AIM V A 13 RPIM ks. V. lk4:'-I ina. ,,,,.-,n ,-n the R,,.'k I.,n' G E N E R A L L IV E

Mr. Van, e We.,thers. I rts:Ie.r-us
citizen of Y"rk. ms ,the it;.' today I
X(1 auto.l'ra h..t f,.r tII' St.r-.

W e wil O z. !- '.. In s..t 'o
any txook t'-.ii ;!i i- "'int :f t ,>t
have it in st.,
Home-made a:miond macarxoons. la-
dy fingers. .hocola'e and jc':y layers
for the holidays, at :he French bakery.

W *. n ImAIKAN.9 u.
Sticial attention given to the treat-
n.ent of Chronic Diseases and Dis-
e..svs of ' and1 Children.
Ocala. Fla.
Office cve- T. ,dinps' Drugstore. Of-
fice hours from S a. m.. to 12 m.:
from : p. m. to 5 p. n..
Residence--No. N. Main St.. known
as the Nash cottage.

' '.' i::. ", ti r h --

1. .. SA. I. -A: r.s: v-. . .'. i ,. .- -
. .. A c...:- **: ,.V

R.:lr... lirn :- !. aIt 1 ,, lo. k ...-ster-
l.ty n..)rn!n. fiv- n-il:-s e-t -,f this
. .v.. Tv .,-!ty .*rs..r.s v\-r- injure-.l.
v.. ,.f th^'n pr,,b,,bly T.,,-ta;:y. Th-.y
'. :.. r; s--S r- h.-i- h"-'e ,n the
:-' : :.. A s-.f. train is-follow-
Sw\::h the, h.,..:. of the dea..

WANTED-S-,', barrels of velvet
means Best cash price paid for se-'
lec: stock. At J. D. McDuffy's stable.

Fine Carr~ages Bo= and Tra"
Druommm, Carryafll, SaMe Honu, ec.


Horses and M afn Sale. Han
BoSdd by the Moth at Secial Rat-.



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Belleview ews-Letter.
Mrs. J. #. She ,l1 made a visit to

Ocala last we*-k.

I Miss Addi- Webster has ben having
tg career Il second ward. Must go at once. Make offer. The school bells are ringing again-
St. I& third word. Prie $S&. sy terms. Mr. Lewis Tyr-ll has moved into the
tia In town; very high elevation; good shade. etc. Make offer.
NO. 4-A 0000 INVESTMENT OR HOME. PAYS NOW 121,/ PER CENT. Mr. and Mr. white of Pittsburg.
In treats. FIrst ward. Buy ow on easy terms. Pa.. are expeo t- I here this month.
NO. L-FINE HOME, EIGHT ROOMS, BATH, ETC, WITH 12 ACRES OF ;Ga:.iin-r anI l!arnum went
goodI lad at North lake Welr. Price, If sold at once, $300. Buy this down to Ttrn'i.. %,eek to spe-ni a
tr s'mmfer ome few days.
MO. L-4-ACRE FARM, SOUTH OF brown, THREE Mi.ES. GOOD Mr. Harvey of 'otnll,er strolled into
house, barn, etc.; fne pond; Sfe place for stock. Price, $400. to\n last week. gathering upl curi-os to
tr lt trees; two small houses; two miles on Anthony hard road. Price, Mr. W. S. Coggs w-11 h ts be.-n having

n paying $126 yearly la rents... Price, 1550.


I Ca Stt Y from a Log Lst of Property ot Every

F. W. DITTO, Real Etateand F lasrace


At te City Market

Fmh Meat, Pooltry, Fish and Vegetables

y ad Country Trade Solicitedon

City and Country Trade Solicited


Phone 121


Nab= dute

Miao Deyo,



The Cefawated\
IUv.u Cigars

CHAS. P1YSiKC, Prop.




I t. INC.

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Special Hog, Horse and Cattle Style
Stays i za. or 6 In. part

Made of large, strong, high-grade steel wires, heavily galvanized.
Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever-
lasting. Never g(.-s wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it.
Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horses, hogs
v pigs.

by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how
it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced

(I..------------a-i: nani:Etaaula--. --- aa --




all the



from a

Liver. j


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

REGULATES the Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
Cleinss the System, Purifies the Blood,

CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation,
u Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.

Emw l St i Ia Stasfctim .

Price, 0 CCents.

PrepWed by JAMES B. BALLARD. St. Loui. Me,.

'raiee by the Anti-Momopoly Dragstore and all other leading drugstore

We keep on hand a full pne of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and
Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
Caretl attention to orders and quick delivery made.
CITY MARKET W. L JONES., Proprietor.

aln unctomfortabl- timn.- w ith an ol,
rheuma. tic trouble. but is out again.
Pol!I.y's sa. mill has been re-ntoel for
a limit-.l time too get out the lumber
no-eed-d. for re-building the West mills.
In the late fire at Weist's mills th- en-
gin.:.% er,- tnot lo-stio,t-. so V- tan yet
ho"-a the farniliar bottom of th- big w'his-
Mr. J. Osborne. cousin of Mis. RiIgo.
male them a visit !ast wve-k. iH- is
from Indiana, but has -a wint-r homrn
near IDaytona.
Hall and Pope, tht- nav :! stores firm.
--will ,o- uly the stot- in the Itellevieo-\
bloo k for their com.missa:ry d,-p'artment
until their own building is ready.
Mrs. A. Diebold of Boston. Mass.. is
at the Seminole. She is here for her
health, and to look after an orange-
grove she has own-edi here for years.
The Belleview Workers, at their
regular meeting last week, arranged
for a series of entertainments, the first
of %which was given on Tuesday night
of this week.
We have all the cold we need here,
and we are thankful we are not where,
they have it worse, like the poor people
in the North. with their blizzards, and
dreadful weather generally.
Dr. 0. Mixter. suddenly called back
to his home in Worcester. Mass.. on
business, left here Monday morning. If
h he can. he %ill coml'- back, but if not
I Mrs. M. rill foollow him later.
AMrs. True Whittier of Tampa, with
little Ruthie. spl-nd l Ist w-.k here with
her husloand'Vs relatives. She returned
hoi' Me 10onl;y. t.akini her si.t*,r-in-law.
. M's. J.imn's Ntlso.ti. hoini. 'aitli hr fo)r
a visit.
Itv. E. icuri i. i, trtially r.-
g.iiinil his health. s-o that h,- expit-cts
to i io t-o b.t k hi'ir- this % \e.k :n 1 I
lrl'-,ch in his .hrit. h i.-Xt Suni,.lay
S 01rnit 11 It \. J. I,. Jo;-s Stl'I'li'-.l th.l
Ipulpit List Su ,!;'.y.
M r. <'h;trlt-y lit\n 1- is in to ..n. Th,"
f'r:ilyv went North som1,- tim.- since. but
h*- .%,as orld,-ii bhl. k foo- his h-ealth iby
his ihysici.:ii. Th-e .mnily is fiiliing
that :t Michigran \\%intr is--',ll. w<.
will put it mildly, a:.'l say it is ,ls.o-
gr.ah0bly col1l.
In1 a little b-loo,;Ilt. setting forth the'
claims and advantages of the boooniing
to wn 1of .Man.itof \\- have a pic'itul'e o)f
thi beautiful ni-'v' r'-silence of Mr. a;nd
.rs. Arthur ro..n, fornmerlyv of Belle-
Svi-' Mr. 11r. 1. has ; tie (' ,ositioSii tlihe
as o01agIo zroogv I4tli;i:igtor fotr' a lfl-

Rt-. J. I.. .IJo0nes and w11 ife. Dr.
Mixtt-r ani wife. atd Mr. Mixter. tho
doctor's Itroh r. hatl :i pil'-.;isait excur-
sn S.turd;tay. t.,king aldvantage
4of th.- jilw ,Il.y. an- d;'<>ovo cle;ar arounil
dutifuliful L. ik.' W ei'-. o-.,tijig their lpio nic
*iint-r .it I oei- oof the hl os*- homes
i on the l..ti-. An -ex'-ursion to thf- Ei. h-
otlr-i g t.r ;iv 0. < uiio .l I another day.
SIn .1 c"1*py ''f thl Jont-stown, N. J..
E-:\veniii J,,uri.i ,f DI -.m111 r 12. is ;in
.t, t outit 'of t; tiun't-ili,g of th- "Rous,.
Tablet."' inl th. l'i st oi s: *.ationa.tIl
, h", h ,ot iTy. It states that .a
01 ii t,.]. I.I .T t his .o .--n a ;.! n.., th,.!- in

!" -" ).it ;.' i,' 'h ilt- '. It is of
It I i. l .
:tL ** i <\.." i i. ." ,1 : au1 I. l" iu n oil

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t':--': T-
w "I - -. :-.1 : .

H e. .r . I; . -: .,' .f: .. .suh's .. . .

Scol .I y th : : L.v. D:-ugs: : T
$oll1 by thi- I',>s...'1.ce D:rugstore.

"I do not look as
though I ever was
When a woman is s'ck she falls off in
looks. This is particularly the case
when she suffers from diseases peculiar
to her sex. Not only is her strength
undermined, but she loses beauty of
face and grace of form.
It is characteristic of the cures of
womanly diseases effected by the use of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that
with restored health there is a restora-
tion of good looks.
"Favorite Prescription" establishes
regularity, dries weakening drains, heals
inflammation and ulceration and cures
female weakness.
"! with to thank you ftr the gwd your medi-
cines have done r.e." writes Mrs.. Mae Brown. of
Canton. Fulton OD. Ills. "I was troubled with
female weakness anmd doctored with several dif-
ferent doctors They (id not senm to help me;
indeed I gA wtr-c al! the time I had ulcera-
tiuon and displaceminent of the uteru- What I
suffered no tnigue can tell. I had heavy bear-
ing-down pain. and thought my hack would
kill me. I also had a very had drain but alter
taking five bottles of Fa'av.itc Precription
and three of "Golden Medical ri_-over..' I am
feeling aswell as ever. It ha2 been almost two
years and I have had no return of the trouble.
friends tell me I Con't louk as though I ever
was sick."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, paper covers, is sent free on
receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay
expense of mailing only. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.


No appetite, loss of strength,
n Vousness, headache, constipation,.
bad breath, general debility, sour ris-
ings, and catarrh of the stomach are
all due to Indigestion. Kodol cures
Indigestion. This new discovery repre-
sents the natural Juices of digestion
as they exist in a healthy stomach.
combined with the greatest known tonic
and reconstructive properties. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In-
digestion and dyspepsia, but this famous
remedy cures all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purifying, sweetenir.g and
strengthening the mucous membranes
lining the stomach.

Gives Health to t"e Uea "ad
*treu th to t" we"k.
Bottles 0nL. S1.00 Sa hea 3 2% f
thetrialnb. whih MU14is f5r OC.
Prop""b yy C. DeWitt & Co., CUMP.

Sold by WM. ANDERSON, Ocala


II. L. Mc,'onn of the 1U. S. army. who
s- I.nlt 4 'hrislmas w% ith relatives andi
fI i-'nds he.!,. |has ret-urna to oluty.
J. II. hIt;i.s tn I family. oifte,. a resi-
Ilncto ,f' tlift*,n-! y.-,is in this se, tion.

h.iv,- etanio-'t(d to T.iylor t county. from
Wileilw they ,i.nm Th+-ir 'l.-p.irtu:t is
l'.-, ly ir-s rttd. IRoss.
Th,- Miss,-s <'<,1:i and FKi.anki Ross.



Rev. J. E. A. Koeler. Editor

Handvy t. *' Air is very sick.
*Soup every other .ay at W. 0. Par-
Dr. B-etorn le-;av-' for Pensacola to-
morrow night on business.

"Furnished rooms and board at Mrs.
Marie Ruth's. corner Lime and West
Broadway. upstairs.
*Call at the Mack House for com-
fortable lodging and board at reasona-
ble rates. West Broadway.
*Oysters in all styles at all hours.
Rates reasonable. Alberstine Smith's
restaurant. next to Benus' block.
Hoow .':- you ex.ett your friend I to
keet-p th., secret when yo)u could not
k-;, it yVlurs'!f. for -.,,lu tol, it flrst.
A: n;.'r: iiges these *lays ;a fakp. a
f.iilur,-. a humbug. .a nuisance. or a
!-ssing'.' Let s onm- on- .tanser.
*4-o, to S. l Bo-!Hamy foor fine assorted
iglass;ire. (locks. watches. jewelry and
gt-rt-ral reptirinli. West Broadwlay.
Powers" bock.

*The lagnola restaurant., corner of
Magnolia and Market Sts., is open at

B. F. Hare. Supt. Miami Cycle a"
Mfg. c.X.. Middleburg. 0.. suffered I
ten years with dyspep ia. He spe
hundreds of dollars for medktae a&d
with doctors without rAel ving ay per-
manent benefiLt He says: "One algh
whil- feeling exceptionally ad I wsm
about to throw down an evein paper
wvh-n I taw an Item in the paper qw-
gtr.irng the merits of Kodol Dypepels
Cure. I concluded to try It. and whle
I had no faith In it I felt better after
the second dose. After using two bot-
t:>s I am stronger and better the I
have tb ren for years. and I recommB-d
K..!.l Dyspepsia Cure to my frrins
and ar.I uaintances suffering from agy
s:onmath trouble." Sold by Wa. Au-


I'n !r and by virtue of a decree re,-
dero- I by the Honorable James W.
L-'*ke. judcte of the circuit court of
th- Unite- States. In and for the
southern ,!istri t of Florida. in chas-
cery. in a rIause pending therein, it
whi. h Mrs. Tootie B. McGrqr, s
surviving executrix of Ambrosee M. Me-
;regr. eased dea is complalmit. a
Chase. W. White and the Tu"cavawif
Phos.phate Company are defendamAe.
sai-ld -ecree rendered on the 13th day tf
* November. A.1 1903.
I will offer for sale to the hi'lest
;in-1 l-st bidder, for cash at public out-
ry. before the curt housrt hoe door In
Cc: .ila. Marion county. Florida on

all hours. Meals and lunches at rea-, Monday, the first day of February, A.
sonabie rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. D. 1904.
Ruth, managers. between the hours of 11 and 12 a. a w
Sthe following described property towit:
AM1ss Evelyn Arnold. the daughter of, Lands in Marion County
Rev. J. H. Arnold. is dangerously Ill at; Se%, of sec 15. tp 13. s of r 22. e. ex-
the home of her father in this city. Her cept 15 acres beginning at the ne cer-
Scondition is very serious. Dr. Benton ner of said quarter, thence w 20 rods,
is atendin her 9 40 rods. w 20) rod. s. 40 rods, w 20
is attending her. rods. s 40 rods. e 40 rods n SO

to I, o b. containing 145 acres; abe
Does your horse Interfere or !, of sae.. sec 15. tp 13. s of r 22, e:
strike? If so. call and give me a trial. and e-2 of nw1% of ne%. and n% of
Carriages. buggies and wagons repair-i ne'4 of nw1,. and nj of sw%. and
ed at reasonable rates. H. Harvey, w-1. andt swt, of sw~. sec 22, ty 12,
two doors south of Powers' grocery. 19 acres in the extreme n :o d thelex
lof sec "2. tp I. of r 22. e: and the
Lost-A large overcoat, about 6 p. m. nw.i' of se.4. and n% of se% of se%.
yesterday, between McDuffy's stables and set1 of s-t. of se%. and n% of aw
andl the court house watering place. 4r of sel. and beginning at the fW
c:or of sw% of set4. thence e 110 ft.
The coat has two rows of large buttons n ft. w w Io ft,. 660 ft. and se%
on ec'h sid-e. taii! cut off. large tapje; of swi,. ex lo acres across the extreme
$1 r-nwar.l. 4'. D. Donally. n o-ni thereof. containing 30 acres:
and sw', of sw'4 of sec 3. tp 14, s of
*L. Green, the lightning shaver. Call : 2. *. A beginning at the se cor
of sr,- 4. to 14. x of r 22. e, thence w
and try his shave and hair cut and you :: th- s-ti,,n line S50 ft. thence
will always come. Shave, 10c.; hair n to the- n line of said 'h. thence $50
cut. 25c.; honing razor. 25c.; concave ft to the s.-.ction line. thence s along the
razor. 75c. All work first class. No -' tlion lihi, t,, th-e p!ae of beginning.
long delays: two chairs. Next door to -on't.iinl!-' 7*'2 acr.-s. l1so beginning
t th.- n%' .,r of the nw'4 of ne% of
Alberstine Smith. on West Broadway. s- .. 10. e. 14. of r 22. e, run thence e
11"" ft. the-nt. s 6S9 ft. thence w 1100
lis-. .Jiii,- M.,so r,-turnedl t'Liay ft. the-:,, n 6 ft to roint of beginning.
froin a ;.l l:s.,tot trip to 'itra. She was c"nt.aiin g 16' r wres. Also n%5 of n'g-
tl0- .z--t of NMiss Santh Loulden. A re- it of s-' 1!. :an' w12 f )fse of nw4.
s.-, 11, tp 14. s of r 22. e. Also nw%
.**pti.,n \'..s tive\--n in her honor, and of n- ei4 of s-, 1s1. tp 14. s of r 22. e.
many v .rsoois %w-'o present who enjoy- Su'4 of s.o f 1'.4 of see 1. tp 14.
#l,, to.iaselvh.s gr'o;tly. She reports the s of r 23. n- n-t4 of ,se 36, tp 15, S of r

S'itra sohooa. unl*-rI th imnnagenm-nt oif
Proof. R. II. .utton. iln v'Iry prtosper-
ouls condition.

*Say. where are you going with such
*a bundle of clothes? I am going to
John Jackson's. No. 30 Broadway, to
have them repaired, cleaned and press-
ed. He is all right: he will be a
mother to yot; dying a specialty.

STh-" follow i'g offit-ers r--- r intalle-d
Tuoes..ay i.ilht ,t M.orioin lodge No. 3., ,
I K. of I'.: J. I'. Sitton. *'. C.: -E. Jacobs.
V. ,. V. IT. ,',ly-". P.: S. L. Johnsonn.
M. of W : H. J. Mit(h-l1. K. of R. andl
;S.. E. -. Tornpkins. M. of E.: M. Fin-
- I-y. M. of F.: M. 31iddlebro,)ks. I. 1.:
' e(; o-ge- A!b, t- 4;. After th- instal-

It titon .n excellent supper was served.


**:r Minute 'oucgh o'nri- giv.s relief
in ,n,, ininut-. b,-'aus- t kills the- mic-

t'.o of SuIt. 'atn i's h! ;ght ;itil ,-ffiin-nt rob,- hi. h ti' kl-s the- muroIus mem-
.'-tt. oI;,tir,ts. .itt--r -nj oling the. Ih-,lida s bhor'-.. hu.sinrg th,. o ,u h. ;,nd at theL
.' lha- i.-. ,: - sz:. :. .it th'.ir posts ,of s.,IT ir- tio- o i,-:n t s t Ih t phl-gm , .

it'.'.. V~' ot W o2i.aios i'-' I;. a!'!.: o. jo



Of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy War-
;\'. ;: .: ; .... \*. y htll- of .'h.l n'-
!' ..... : oC" *It ih .m.'- ,y I rl \I ill o--
n'i.r ti h.- !i'.,i:**y too .any, .o,,:.',-- .tft-r i;<;it tx'. of
t!:.. .,,,: ,-; s. T his i< th,- !,.... r*.I ,-l.y

, ,,i!.u. "t'u;, .r:ti .'. ,.,,h o *,u, h .n ti

- ; .\ \ ; t TgS' .
I .. ,. t, ,, It

Tickets to ail par's of the Uni'ed
Stattes and Canada on sale. Sche-dth.:,
andl ri't,-s (he-;f' i:y furni.hedl t,
prospective travelers by calling or
phonirni. A ,-nt for a:l of the trans-
A-:an:.:c --amsh:ip !:n-s goin to any
of th rE-:rop--an p.rts. J C. .Maighs,
C.Ty Ti'.ket Agent. Ocala House.


SE' a:n };:'-i a-'. i 'n
*.-. .. -'.' I .. ,--rI I. 1-',. J. r,.
S.0';: h a--i '-r v :o-u--t or.

4: ;t. P- W. D. P r :i..
d,4. Pa-- V. D. Porish.

,,' i .. nn;tion ;n1 ,a.rst l
i th- ff- tl,,t, 1 i rt-=. on Mini-
'it u h OUT- t-*n th-ns ?th,- lunew .

tk I.;-ss 1 ;I hl.. Ii' f.n

SA, n.



Car-ful e-stimateas moa, on all contract
wok. Giv-s more and. better work foi
tha m,,npy than any other man In
tow n.

J. A. Colyer Bros.
Merchant Tailomrs
1Iav%- :n tz- *k (one of the finest assort-
ments of -ui:ings for holiday suits
c-v,-r pre'-.nted to the Ocala public.
S '-o andi fit guaranteed. cleaning,
,*ye: ng and repairing neatly done. Fall
and winter suiings to your liking.
Be1t .,uits for the money in town. In-
spection solicited. No. 3, North Main
St. Two doors north of Ocala House,

Makes dap Ed bliddw St

:'I P.
Also a o-ertain 10t) are parcel known
as the (lore Home Tract, being in the
st.4 otf ni', and noe, of se*4 and lying
next to the range line between ranges 22
and 2;3, more particularly described as
commenting on the e bdy of ald sec
3. at a ipt 5'.',5 chns n of the % sec.
then-re .- :" li -hs. s 10 chs. e 10 chs. n
'10 chhs to pt of beginning. In sec 36,
tp 15.. s of r 22. -. Also sw% of nw%
an. n 14 of s.w f4. less 1 acre in the me
@',r #of th- said nw'4 of sw'4v, contain-
i.ig 7:. ;!t<'r-s in .R'( 31. tp 1I. s of r 23.
e. 'w1,4. x,'-."ptW set of nw',4 of nw'j.
-'rd sw'4 of net, of nwi'. sec 32. tp
1.). s of r *?,. -: si., of net. and e% of
5Ci1, an-l all tif the A -1 of se'4 lying n
and o of th -loriola Southern Railroad,
containing 40 o acres.
Also a certain 12 naore parcel. being a
< certain part of the s-t4 of the se%.
bounrl-l on the by the section line,
anld on the P by th- S. acre parcel here-
tof-,toi- -wsoll to Thomas McNichols; and
'on the- n by the line of the Florida
Souttlhern Ra'ihoadl;. arndi s 4 of sw&' of
st-," 7. tp 1t. s of r 23, e.
.Also, s',v' of nw% ', and nw% of SW%,
s#- t. tp, 14. s of r 23 e. Nti of ne'4
sec I tp 16. t ,,f r '3. e. Ne'%, see 31.
tI, 1>. s of r -'3. e. S.1 of 'fwo s. c ,e
.tl n'.. of .1',\ ,. ,.r,. 7. tp 1, s of r 23,
.. -, -of nr 1'4. s-. 14. tp 14, a of r 22,
.'-.i boe-winning .,t the ne cor of Rw%
orf n' ,... 14. tp 14. a of r 22. e. rm
thi-n. .v '. *'I # .1.. 34'4 y".s. w 114 yd .
S'1:-.' -1s. t, th- southern boundary of
It-, .i" l 1.' '-. th .-r,. o. :7 y- s to the
-* <,or .,f '.im, .% j of nwt1. thence n
44" VI *. ".t th..o-ginning. all known as
!.- ,i :- i. irlt, in.t ,contaiing 63 acres.
-.f of 'fi{ n''&,. atndl n', of s*q1
"- F'. s.-. I. s ..f r 22. e. NwV6 of
-' i .,nnl n o.f stv'4 of s.,v4. see 14,
S,,f r .2'2-. S. of ne t andt w' of
1:.. ',f C .-,. s.. L,. tp 14. s of r 22, e.
,'o.,m,-. -, .t t ih n- n- cor of the nw'4
f *h'- .s s 1.-. 1.. tr 14. s of r 22. e.
rh. r.-, 2.. I2., ft. then' e .R 92f ft. thence
ft. thet., e n .-'1; ft. to pt of be-
: inct. -x,.-pting therefrom a certain
I' r o -.:.-'I parti-ultarly described
f, ',.'l..s: lt*-ginning at a pt 394 ft n
-ir:l 42'a ft e- .,f Th- s-.v cor of the neW
,'f S.1 I, i ,f oa-. 1. tp 14. s of r 22. 0.
thn,-. 0rn;:lng n a.'-', ft. e 939 9-17 ft.
s ".:* :t. -. '.,* '<-17 ft to pt of beglan-
nf: z.
-. I, .. ,, of so 1.-,. tp 14. a
Sr .- Th--F I, at re-s of the ne,'
',f !h'"- r'.,. irn the northern 5 acres
f th,. ..-*., aof n-'.. ..e,. 22. tp 14. s of r
-. N., of -4 -,f -*, 3. tp II. of
r '2. : . ,f n 4 4. wpe 2. tp 14.

TI.- .il .!- m'ad@ subj-< t to the
i:ar,,'.v .r. I, ,nf.: nation by the court;
*. i ,:n,!d-r th- t-rms of the said decree
ro, bid 1: b.- r--, eivA-d url-ss accom-
To'.:I'-!I y a '-rsit of one thousand
1, "". .,::,- in .~ish. or a 'heck du-
ly ,-r:if--1 .-y some bank of Florida
,,f g',-l st.uilingr. which amount shall
h-. ,, f,,'f-i'o.-. under the ternn of
; dit inm -vent of failure of the
,i fT..r to comr ly with the terms of the
hi 1. should sail ale be confined by
th- co-urt: re-ervirng to the complatiant
the right to bid without such deptoaL.
HH. K Eyle,
Special Master in Chancery.

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Volume 9 Number 178 OCALA FLORIDA THURSDAY 7 1904 Cents Month
JANUARY Fifty a $5 a Year



I. JUST RH EIVBn ;I -.. -- I
I 1 _A _r'1P'1r_ .1_ p_11'fr_( 1_U 1

Of the Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic! Meeting-Officers Reelected.The "'

Shelled Almonds Coast Line J([$ill RECEIl Good Work is the lnsttutien

I Doing
i I
Cluster Raisins The directors of the hospital met
The Passenger Coach From Homosassa ,yA SHIPMENT OF -.. yesterday afternoon in the receptionroom

Saratoga Potato Chips, Butted Over by a Seaboard Engine.' of the hospital. President Dr. \V. OF ITS CUSTOMERS AND

A Number of People Badly Bruised.!' V. Newsom in the chair. THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE.

Crystalized and Preserved i Hats in Light The object of the meeting was to
The Homosassa train, known offi-i PERSONAL ATTENTION IS GIVEN -
Ginger elect officers for the ensuing year The
(tally as Xo. 44, due to arrive here at I
old officers were unanimously reelected I TO EVERY DETAIL OF THE
Stuffed Dates and 9:55. on time to-lay was wrecked at the
Figs, II namely. Dr. Xewsom presidentDr. BANK'S BUSINESS.
crossing of the .\. C. L. and S. A. L.tracks j'
Powers vice president and j
Cleaned Currants. in this city. Conductor O.
I'I tary; Hen Rheinauer. treasurer. The i j -
Eaton and Engineer Walter Scott |
directors elected were Drs. Newsom,
------ ----- --
Cranberries. in barge of the train. The train as I MONROE & CHAMBLISS
Van ant Walter Hood, Powers Dan j jMoistn
usual was backing in. It was stopped i j Thcmpson.I II
mltb. Izlar and '
at the crossing, the tlagrmm sent ahead | CALL AND SEE Bar It rs -
-at the- ;:n] Messrs. George MacKay ani C. L. -
to flag the crossing which bring clear '
I.itt ler.
the engineer was given the signal and I
TEAPOT -:- GROCERY.T. j I Dr. Van Hood Dr. Xewscm and Den OCALA FLORIDA.
the train moved !Ohm Ir on, backing in. ,
i ht'inau'rpre named as a financeiomniittre
A S. .\. U. engine attached to a freight
THE W. J. CHAMBERS t.> make up detailed statement I
train stood head on a few yards away. ,

and no one knows or will tell why, but > the of the operations three of, the" hospitalfor OGAtA& WAGON?( \\YORK

I I'just as the A. ('. L. train was crossing -_ _________ -__ -__--nnu--_ -_-_ past years showing re- j i'
ceij'ts', expenditures an} voluntary con .
the track the S. A. L. engine started A large and interesting meeting waS i consisting of Messrs. ( tributions and the number of paid patients -

ahead at a fairly rapid gait and'before held at Mrs. Haisley's Tuesday afternoon j A. \\''-athers. David S. and those tieate for "sweet W. F. McATEER ProprietorHave

the engineer could see 44 and by the Woman's Auxiliary of1 I Lai Oamsby. Mrs. ; "
charity sake. the Goodyear tire and rubber
Troxlerk Agent for Huyler'aCandy. I
Fresh Shipments Received reverse his engine or the engineer on Grace Episcopal church of which Mrs. tsthprYf'athpr to A vote of thanks was tendered Mrs.' machine to set rubber tires right.

Weekly. 44 could get the" signal and back up,I I: Haisley is directress to arrange for asuitable the attending lady .. Annie \,"oodro1iss Emily Ford. Have the finest horse-shoer in Flor

the S. A. L. engine struck the end I!
I reception of the delegates to Miss Esther Weathers and Mrs. Bate ida.

(coach it being the1 rst class (coach j|, the Woman's Auxiliary of the Missionary J. B. George, a '
ROLL OF HONOR Perdue for the deep interest they havetaken 1I.1ethe best painter in town.
in the middle and knocked it
squarely Diocese of Southern Florida, which Montbrook was in the .' in the workings of the hospital Have the best blacksmiths in town.

Grammar Department Ocala High ,I entirely over on its side as quick as a ;| will l'01't'11ein Ocala January :!S. A and paid his financial and their collection of funds to assist Do all kinds of wagon buggy and
1Ia.-h. The next, the second class'
School ;I committee on hospitality was named Star. in maintaining the same. carriage repairing building, painting or
: coach was not even jarred. The" S. A. I I
President Xewsom reported that upholstering.
Pupils making 100 per cent. In spelling L. engine was stopped and backed from j -- "
i i during 1901. ;37; ratifOntspre received" Do any kind of blacksmithing.
for the month in the eighth grade the ('Oill h. The coach was divided" in ]
whose expense amounted to $;51, of Call on them, two blocks west of
were Edna Smith, Eleanor Edwards, the middle" by a partition. In the front ; J
EDWARDS which J293: went for charity patients: Pittman and Son.
Eula Durrance, Lily Gamble. end. as it was backing in, there were j
HI",_. 75 patll'ntl'rl"" treated, expense
Honor Roll I''J. P. C.alloway. city: D. A. Clark
i Iar-I I ISSC charity, $:'W; IW3 109 patientswere ,

Eighth Grade-Heron Todd Clarence; tel: Henry Feinberg Dunnellon: J. AT THE CITY MARKET received, expense J+63: of which I

Meffert. Willie Mole, Grover McClure, Science, who travels for the Christy'Grouter I. $++)I) is deemed collectable and a large !i ANTED

Marguerite Porter Eleanor Edwards, Drug c..>.. of Jacksonville: charity expense was borne} the institution i ii

Frank Harris, Valmure Izlar, Sara Havis. William Williams of liranford. uwan- i
: the details of which in due j i i

I nee, county, father of Mrs. R. S. Hall: Wholesale & Retail time will be made known by the finance ': Five hundred to One

Seventh Grade-Jean Teague, Phil and Miss Mattie Williams of Leading committee. I

Robinson Leonard 'alinDurton : Williams had been visiting his dough i I Those in charge of the hospital ale ; Thousand Head of
ters, and with Mr. Oalloway had goneto I
Smoak, Mary Seymour..ldele Ilittin- i
II'1111:1': Pop", matron Miss May I

ger Maggie 1'yles. Mamie Counts', lien I Dunnellon on business and was returning. "-; WESTERN\ AND CHOICE FLOUR f Proctor and Ii's'Grace tojwin.. I Address
Todd. I II I All of these g'ntlpl1wn1'1''' !: nurses. i Hogs.

I II on the lower side of the car. (as it Mil i

I i except Mr. Spence" he being on the | CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEA Thw hospital has done a grand andnoble i R. F. ROGERS,
CROUPThe I work, and the physicians of the
I f high side, and fell head first. His head'
city who have stood by it as a band Marion Farms.
peculiar cough which indicates FREE DELIVERY. i Supt.
:i struck the corner (.f the brass rack in i ii j
crop, is usually well known to the hcal'i i tof brothers, and often put their hands j I
i is His
which hand baggage place.
mothers of dliI'l'en..1:: time I I ---------------y----- -__ I in their pockets to keep it open, are
croupy was cat open and for ten minutes: he : I
should be lost in the treatment of it. i I II \ worthy of commendation. E. WILDER
was unconscious.' Mr. Salloway andethers J I
I,! DO YOU LIKE The hospital is not a paying institu-
and for this purpose no medicine has !! thought lu was dead for some1 I II I
received more universal approval than I i iChamberlain's I tionk Its receipts rarely cover its running I ..o' DOUGHERTY ST.::;
time. Mr. Williams was badly injured I
i ii
and there" is
Florida'I expenses frequently
Do not
Cough Kemedy. What I
a luesfonW
His left leg went through the glass of J
wo 1c'ir2 W: a deficit, and the directory appeals to
waste valuable time in experimenting I the car window and was pir.ned down } I Painter ar.d interior decorator.
answer welling from the good chat itablE' and philanthropic -
with untried remedies no matter how \ IL I
i between the car and a "frog. a hugepiece : PAPER
highly they be recommended, but igive i i people of Ocala to come to its rescue IIAXGIXG
may "
of iron part of a !switch, and but j jj ihioais: -yes. Next I
witfi their
and aid it contributions.
this medicine directed and all |
j for the fact that the car was held up 1 1i I KALSOMIXIXG
symptoms of croup will quickly dia- +'ti'A you like Ta "lor's candy however small they may be, and assure -
i by a seition of a 1:-In'h cedar tele1graph .
appear. For sale by all druggists. o its existence!; that suffering and I PAINTING IN
would have been mu.h",1: (
d c sam answer.: Owl needy humanity may receive succor. .
off. Mr. Williams had to be dug out ALL BRANCHES.SIGN .
p f a s suopt. it's the !:
i from under the oar. The other pass'-ncers ) } ;
in this end escapeditliouf ">t.-u .a xx
Nicely furnished: apartments for;, :ity ,'t the minimum of } PAINTING AND LETTERING
| a bruise. .
light housekeeping; also a few furnished -Ii i r The friends of J. D. Misson at Central I First class work only
< In the other end <. the coach nextthe + U"I i\hy you shouldn't
rooms. Apply to J. Starr Stern I I
.. enjoyed a delightful birthday party i
to secon-1 class! coaih. thn- w. -
-- -
berger. I Mrs.' \\'. H. 1..1\\ '. H-miosass.i. Dr uhy you -h"'ul.l-hur commemorative of the 51st bath lay I

of Mr. Mixson, W.W. Carman &Co.You
at Ledwarth Lake.
{ and Mrs. W. I!. Huu and son and CHAS. E. .
Beautiful cut glass and fine French llgvlR.RU1EI7ll I
I two little t children, from Tipton. In will find a well selected stock cf
china at A. E. Burnctt's.STOVE
;Jon their way home from a visit, to the I feast" were" : Mr. Mixson and family W.
I groceries at
fJ.I Feaster' and J. D. Mixson andwife.
.f son.
doctor'i sister Mrs. Dr. Helmut. ,,II I
c. II Mixsnn and daughter Miss
I ('r'tall1hl'r; Miss Lily Jones tit" rrys- I
I Kate" Strickland; of Heidtville, and Mr.J. en North Main St., north cf city
fIC I mar-
Also wood for fireplace, either pineor i jtal River on her way to Atlanta to j ji !
D. Mixson's daughter Miss Viola ket.
oak or mixed if desired. I)(>II'ert'tIproml.ty i i attend school. Mrs. Lowry and Miss I II ,
J nf'SwrE' on the high side of the ,.. Mixson. the" popular teacher of thei I Specialties
to any part of town. Giles [ j -" "
7thEI i
and Co.. Phone Xo. 7*. j coach and \\1'Iht'- only ones hurt. .'a .'., Heidtville school. It was a delightful FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
| gathering and a day most socially '
Miss Jones went over Dr. l lurui s head : CHICKENS AND EGGS
I '
her chest against the I spent.
and struck arm
Reniember the place and rest assured -
Opposite City Hall P. 0. Box 374 of the lower seat and was badly bruis- I have a great quantity of
I we will treat you right.
i ed in the chest and on one knee. Mrs. I DISLOCATED HER SHOULDER
i second hand furniture much I \V. W. CARMA. &:: CO.
H. R. HUNTER t.owry struck head first' on the window 1| ,

j below, went through and struck the }' of it as good as new all Mr?. Johanr.a foderholm. of Fergus I

S. A. L. track, making a frisrhtf'il j F.,1!; Minn.. Ml and dislocated her FISH AND OYSTERSI
-. -
!..-L....--GUN--. i bruise over her right eye and cutting i manner of articles and j "h.iulder.: She had a surgeon get it I

!i-r h"ad and face severely. She "s i! liti-k in place as soon as possible but ; have fresh IlotUm Fish and

-and- .iso injured slightly in the balk Th.- I I lit was quite sore and pained her very I I Mullet always on hand:

I tact that most of the passengers v.t.:t' _FOR LACK OF STORAGE I much. Her son mentioned that he had I Ij

LOCKSMITHRepairing : sitting on the lower side (as we have t seen Chamberlain's Pain Balm adver- j' Cedar Key and Crystal River
i i
I >ailed it) of the ,coach accounts for the t I itised for sprains and soreness, and shei OYSTERS.
a Specialty. Will sell at almost own price j
f.u-t that no one was killed and that your asked him to buy her" a bottle of it.

OCALA FLORIDA. I flub more were injured. It is miraculous which he did. It quickly relieved her j RECEIVED FRESH DAILY

; that three pt"lpleo"l'ould take the fall I CALL AT ONCE and enabled her to sleep which she
i Opened and delivered! upon request
i;I .11I') not be killed and certainly all had not done for several da:*. The
For I i
<>uld not have done w,. !I i -on was so much pleased with the relief !! SKI: ME, i CAN

Y WATCHESAnd ,, It was no slight undertaking: tn z:::" i': E. C. SMITH'SOcala ;j it gave his mother that he has Since FILL YURXTS

j reoommen J it to others. For sale I
the wounded passengers out ..f th.- 'I many
".t' h. and most of those whetv n lot I recommended it to many others. For I ,

J ?ae! by all druggists.ST. .
TO- injured had to be assisted out. A- Furniture j City Market.

si ">n as possible the wounded \...!.- s- ::: jI I 1 _
--- -
F. C. B. WEIHE up town, hacks and physuians' h.iur.s ji' JOHNS CHURCH I

!"---n telephoned for at once. \

The Jeweler, There will be services at St. Jo!-> *
)II!' Lowry and Mr. r/N-mu wean : I LA GRIPPEPneumonIa
r IIXI I Li FA A. ICI Cr hurch. Cotton
b ied to the hospital: where Do,tors j jVan ; i Plant. Sund.-y ir.n'r.ins: .

Hood. Newsom and Powers dressI, i I January 10. Preaching by thHer. f' :"',

2s ed their wounds Miss Jones thl'l j G. T. Austin.A .
USE TMYLOfl'SRemedy : to I HALL & BAWLS follows La Grippebut

: lI. ..I.l House.. where Dr. Powers, thl'l) never follows the use ofFOLEY'S

of Sweet Gum and ,\. c. L. physician attended to her injuries i' AGENTS FOR VEST-POCKET DOCTOR Honey

Mullen and Mr. Williams to his d.1UOh-1: t .
for Coughs Colds
I and Never in th" way. no troub! to' .'-r
!-rs' home, where Dr. Smith attendj j Standard Fire Insurance Companies and Tar
LaGrippe. Nature's Great easy to take: pleasant and never f"-:
i ed to his injuries. Mr. Williams left II i ieg Life Insurance Co.

Remedy for all Throat and| is bruie and se.reieut, and ing in results are DeWitt's Littl Ear:yPJsers It stops the Cough and heal the Itragi.

his ankle is sprained. A vial of these HttII.ills! 1-1 Prevents Pneumonia and .
Lung Troubles. Thoroughly I II FIRE LIFE the vest pocket is a certain guarantee Consumption.If
i Mrs. Lowry and Miss: Jones returned I
tested for 30 years. 25c. I against headache, biliousness, torpid ; X.O. Vicars, of 157 Osgood St., ChiUIOo
,1 II I: to their respective homes this after- Rooms i and S rites: "!ly wife had la grippe sad it left her
liver, and all of the ills resulting from
50c., and $1. For Sale by I Merchants Block.: with s very bad cough on her limp chick .
constipation. They tonic ani: strengthen i'I (ouy'.BOIST AXD TAX cured coospUuI/* ,

Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I (Concluded on second: page.) : Ocala, .:- .:- -:- -:- -:- the liver. Soil by Wm. ..\.n:1-: =Tson. I Postoffice Drugstore, Ocala Fla.


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Belleview i'ews-Letter. F. Hare, Supt. Miami Cycle and
-toy these and- 1
1I Mfg. Co.. Middleburg, 0.. suffered for
Mrs. J. t:. ::;he-ii made a visit to I
J. E. A. Keeler, Editor ; ten years with dyspepsia. He snthun.reds
..a.MAKE MONEY. Ocala last wtk.
I II of dollars for medicine and
Miss Addie Webster has been haying I ,
with doctors without rA.-eiving

.4 NO. 1_THREE' LARGE LOTS AND GOOD 6-ROOM COTTAGE, OCCUpy. as attack of the grip. Handy St Clair is very sick. j jI manent benefit.. He says: "One any night per-
Ing corner in second ward. Must go, at once. Make offer. The school bells are ringing again- I,, Soup every other day at W. O. Par while feeling exceptionally bad I was

NO. 2.-NICE HOME, LARGE LOT, GOOD CISTERN, CORNER LOT ON the holidays are over. ker's. about to throw down an evening paper

Pond St. In third ward. Price, $8JO. Ijasy terms. Mr. Lewis Tyrell has moved into the I 'when I saw an item In the paper regarding -
NO. 3.FINE CORNER LOT ON SOUTH THIRD STREET. BEST LOCA. Ij Dr. Benton leaves for Pensacola to- ,
the merits of
Libby cottage on Foss avenue. Kodol Dyspepsia
II j
tion In town; very high elevation; good shade, etc. Make oiler. morrow night on business. iI i Cure. I concluded to
try it, and whileI
Mr. and Mrs. White of Pittsburg.Pa. I
Furnished had faith in it I
rooms and board at no felt better after
are here this
eipected do not look :
rents. First ward. Buy on terms.
easy ; Marie Ruth's, corner Lime and \\Irs'l the second dose. After using two betties -
I ever was i I Broadway upstairs. I am stronger and better than I

good land, at North Lake Weir. Price, if sold at once, $300. Buy this I down to Tampa last week t I I have been for years, and I recommend

for summer home. few days. ': | Call at the Hack House for comfortable !
is sck: she falls off ia I: Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friends
NO. & -ACRE FARM, SOUTH OF rOWN, THREE MluES. GOOD Mr. harvey of Candler i; a woman lodging and board at reasonable -
This is particularly the case i and acquaintances suffering from any

house barn, etc.; fine pond; fine place for stuck. Price, J400. town last week, gathering suffers from diseases peculiar I j rates. West Broadway. stomach trouble." Sold by Wm. An-

NO. 7.-FIVE ACRES, THREE IN BEARING GRAPES, THE BALANCE IN send Xorth. sex. Not only is her strength derson.

fruit trees; two small houses two miles on Anthony hard road. Price. Mr. W. S. Coggswell has but she loses beauty of Oysters in all styles at all hours.
grace of form. j, Rates reasonable. Alberstine Smithsrestaurant.
J15G. I an uncomfortable time characteristic of the cures of SPECIAL
next to Benus' block. MASTER'S SALE
,NO. -BUY THIS AND DOUBLE YOUR MONEY. TWO COTTAGES, I rheumatic trouble, but is diseases effected by the use of I I II

now paying J120 yearly in rents.. PrIce, ?550. I Polley's! saw mill has :1 Favorite Prescription, that | How do you expect ywur friend to I> Under and by virtue of a decree ren-
I health there is a restora- I
a limited time to get out |I II looks. |I keep the secret when you could not ii i ij dered by the Honorable James W.

IF YOU WISH TO BUY needed for rebuilding the \ ]!1 good Prescription" establishes I j i keep it yourself, for :you told it first. i iI I II Locke. judge or the circuit court of

I dries drains heals I I the United States. in and for the
In the late fire West's weakening I ,
and ulceration and cures I I Are marriages these days a fake a i southern district of Florida, in chancery -
gines were not dtstroyed, i in a cause pending therein, in
I Can Suit You from List of oi I : weakness. I failure a humbug a nuisance, or aj
a Long Property Every which Mrs. Tootie B.
hear the familiar boom of to thank you fr the good your medi McGregor as
done ce" ..rues Mrs. Mae Brown olI blessing? Let some one answer. j surviving executrix of Ambrose M. Mc
Description.F. tie. troubled with
!I Fulton Oo Ills. "I.
I Gregor. complainant, and
and doctored with several dif-
Mr. J. Osborne cousin The> did not seem to help me: Go to S. S. Bellamy for fine assorted Chas. W. White and the Tuscawilla

W. DITTO, Real Estate and Fkc Insurance made them a visit last tot displacement wor all the of the time uterus I had What ulcera-1 I\ glassware clocks watches jeyelry and Phosphate Company are defendants

9 _* from Indiana but has a i I no tonzue can telL I had heavy bear ,I general repairing. West Broadway, I II said decree rendered on the 13th day of
-- ---= 1 pains and thought my back would November A. D. 1903,
near Daytona. j I a'-o had a very bad dram but alter I I Po\\ers' block. I I will offer for sale to the h'ighest
Hall and the !I five bottles of Favorite Prescription'
Pope, : \ '
I Golden Medical Discocry-'I am I andbest bidder. for cash at public outcry -
'The Magnona restaurant oIl|
W. P. EDWARDSAt will occupy the store in well as ever It has been almost two before the court house door in.
i I have had no return of the trouble !I Magnolia and :Market St.., is open at Ocala. :Marion county, Florida on
blot k for their l'omm !; )
tell me I don't louk] Ba though I ever II
until their own building is !i ." i all hours. Meals and lunches at reasonable Monday, the first day of February, A.

the City Market Pierce's Common Sense Medical rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. D. 1904
Mrs. A. Diebold of
paper covers is sent free on
I Ruth, managers. 'I between the hours of 11 and 12 ,
a. m
at the Seminole. She is : of 21 one-cent stamps to pay

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetables health and to look at I Pierce of mailing, Buffalo only., N. Y. Address Dr. I Mss Evelyn Arnold, the daughter of the following Lands described in Marion property County towit;

she has owned here
grove Rev. J. H. Arnold is dangerously ill at Se>4 of sec 15. tp 13, a of r 22, e, except -

in Season The Belleview ( I the home of her father in this city. Her 15 acres beginning at the ne cor-

regular meeting last :! condition is very serious. Dr. Benton ner of said quarter thence w 20 rods
s 40 rods w 20 rods. s 40 rods w 20
for series of
a ( i
I' I is attending her. rods s 40 rods. e 40 rods, n SO rodsto
City and Country Trade Solicited of w hich was given on
: p o b, containing 145 acres; also
Does your horse Interfere or
of this week. I j I s4 of s\\U. sec 15. tp 13, s of r 22, e;

We have all the cold i. strike? If so, call and give me a trial. and eVs of nw% of ne',. and n% of
Free Delivery Phone J2J and we are thankful we : Carriages buggies and wagons repaired ne'4 of nw >4, and nVi of ewV, and

I swU. and swU of sw i, sec 22, ty 13.
at reasonable rates. H.
i Harvey
they have it worse like i ,
iI No loss of
I appetite strength, : s of r 22, e; also se 4 of swVi. except
in the North, with their | headache, constipation. ;I two doors south of Powers' grocery. 19 acres in the extreme n end thereof

U4 IkONtO FACIOliTMakers dreadful weather ) I breath, general debility sour ris i m.1 of see 2, tp 14. s of r 2!, e; and the

Dr. O. Mixter. suddenly and catarrh of the stomach are I Lost-A large overcoat, about 6 p. nw >4 of seV,, and nH of seVi of se>,4.

I to Kodol !j yesterday, between :McDuffy's: stables and se1,; of se'4 of se>.4, and n% of sw
of.the to his home in \Yorce tf Indigestion. cures
I and the court house watering I I 1.1 of se*;, and beginning at the aw
This J place.
i new discovery
business, left here Ionda repre-
) | cor of swi4 of se>4. thence e 1100 ft.
he can. he will come !I the natural juices of digestion I The coat has two rows of large buttons n 660 ft.V 1100 ft, s 660 ft, and seU .'....

Mtlo Deyo I Mrs. M. will follow him exist in a healthy stomach, !ion each side. tail cut off large cap; of SWl 4, ex 10 acres across the extremen

i with the greatest known tonic $I reward. C. D. Donally. end thereof, containing 30 acres;
Mrs. True Whittier of
I] reconstructive properties. Kodol I i and sw1 i of sw>4 of sec 3, tp 14, s of

little Ruthie, spend last wt : r 22, e. Also beginning at the se cor
: uure does not only cure In- i; L. Green, the lightning shaver. Call I
HIGHEST her husband's relathes. of sec 4, tp 14. s of r %2. e. thence w
5C. CIGAR and dyspepsia but this famous and try his shave and hair cut and you
GRADE. home Monday, her '! along the section line S50 ft, thence
( ; cures a'l stomach troubles by I will always come. Shave, 10c.; hair II I n t? the n line of said 1,4, thence 850
M' J.nnrs Nelson home
i pur.fying. sweetenir.g and cut. 23c.! ; honing razor 25c.; concave I ft to the section line thence s along the
a usil. the membranes I section line to the place of beginning,
j jR mucous razor, 75c. All work first class. No \
*'" 1B.: Currier has i the stomach. containing 52 acres. j-Iso beginningat
long delays; two chairs. Next door to
The Celebrated I j
i .t1n,1 his health so the nw cor of the nw'. of neVi of
g ;,
4. :, Alberstine Smith on West Broadway. sec 10, tp 14, s of r 22, e, run thence e
"EL TROPICO"Havana to here
i I 1100 ft. thence s 660 ft. thence w 1100ft

Cigars im-.u-h in his church I Miss J.lllieIilson returned -today thence n 660 ft to point of beginning,

"T : morning. Rev. J. I... Jones from a pleasant trip to Citra. She was containing 16Vz acres. Also n% of n\,\

!. .. last '4 of sec 11, and w >j of se';i of nW16,
: tp .... pulpit Sunday. 'I' the guest of Miss Sarah Louden. A reception -
sec 11, tp 14, s of r 22, e. Also nw 4
I : 1r. ('harley Brown is was given in her honor, and
of He1* of sec 13, tp 14, s of r 22, e.

CHAS. PEYSER, Prop. I f-imily went North some I many persons were present who enjoyed Swl4 of se>4 rf nw 4 of see 18 tp 14,

Ocala, Florida.HUBBARD. I he \\.ts ordeied back for : themselves greatly. She reports the s of r 23, e; nel4 of see 36, tp 15, s of r

:o. t'.
his physician. The 'itra school under the management of ,
I II Also a certain 10 acre parcel knownas
I that a Michigan winter j i Prof. R B. Sutton. in a'err prosperous the Gore Home Tract
being in these
_. .
will put it mildly and Drugstore."I : condition. I, ', or- neu ana- nevi or- se-4 and- -lying

& MACDUFF i greeably ('ol,}. Kodol next to the range line between ranges 22

In a little booklet, : Say. where are you going with such and 23, more particularly described as
I commencing on the e bdy of said see
I claims and advantages of fa bundle of clothes? I am going to
WHAT YOU EAT 36. at a pt 5.0S5 chns n of the *,4 see,
"I.OCALA FLORIDA" town of Manatee, we \ John Jackson's, No. 30 Broadway, to thence w 10 cbs, s 10 chs, e 10 chs n

the beautiful new ." Health to the Sick and I have them repaired, cleaned and pressed. I 10 cbs to pt of beginning, in see 36,

HEADQUARTERSFORAMERICAN : Mrs. Arthur Brown, Strength to the WMk. He is all right; he will be a tp 15, s of r 22, e. Also swU of nw>,4
1 and nw>"4 of swi;, less 1 acre in the se
I vi..w.Ir.. B. has fine mother to you; dying a specialty.
II I j only. $1.00 Size hoMlr.f 2" limes cor of the said nwl. of sw*., contain-
the tralIi1e, which saUl far SOe.
as orange grove ing ';9 acres in sec 31, tp 15, s of r 23.

FIELD AND HOG FENCE : ,'omany.flev. I, by _. C. D Wjtt & Co., Chiu(*. The following officers were installed I e. .Jw'4. except seU of nw',4 of nw',4,

I Tuesday night at Marion lodge Xo. 38, and sw >t of ne>-4 of mv%, see 32, tp
J. L. Jones and i i11ixt..r |
!sarvm.IK.: I II )Idodor's by WM. ANDERSON Ocala K. of I'.: J. R Sutton. <"*. C.: E. Jacobs 15. s of r 23, e: seU of neUt and eH of
I S1NCff. and wife and : se1., and all of the w',i of se 4 lying n
S I V. V. R. P. S. L. Johnson
c. Colyer. : ,
f --- -
4S I brother had a and e of the Florida Southern Railroad,
I GAITER M. of W.: B. J. Mitchell. K. of R. and I
:1 L' containing 40 acres.
: : : = : [ : son last Saturday. I
41 1... : : = : I I II of the fine day. and drove :\ of the U. F. army who S.; J. E. Tompkins.. of E.: 3!. Fin- Also a certain 12 acre parcel, being a

I ,. I I certain part of the sw\4 of the se%,
- If.: n i I"l 7 Christmas with relatives and ley, M. of F.; M. Middlebrooks. I. G.: I I
beautiful Lake Weir bounded on the s by the section line.
tI III. .if"
I I.w
"- George Albert. O. G. After the installation -
here has returned to duty. ,
f... IJ Fs dinner at one of the I and on the e by the 5 acre parcel here-

-T-- '. 5 ;1 on the lake. An ,' Brass anl family after a resi an excellent supper was served. tofore soil to Thomas McXichols; and
: : t on the n by the line of the Florida
of fifteen in this section.
tr 4\ i elbeiger occupied years I
r-r-- i cave
Southern Railroad and > of ofsee.tpI6sofr3e.
I : se 4 S\\l"4
:: = =i_ :t =ft'f' J I In a copy of the returned to Taylor county, from JUST ONE MINUTEOne .

=1 _'_ they came. Their departure is Also sw ofn 4. and nw>4 of s\\16,
- ", ---,=.. -:: ...... ....,.; "----.--"- e'.w_ "If1F I Evening Journal of !
regretted. Minute Cough Cure gives reliefin see 8. tp i' s of r 23 e. N j of ne ,4.
Regular ,
- StyLe Special hog, Horse and Ctttle Style .mount of the unveiling
SU io. 6 In. I Cora and Frankie Ross It sec 18. tp 16. s of r 23 e. Xe%. see 31.
)I U or part Stays 12 ia. or 6 in. apart Misses one minute. because kills the mic-
Tablet in the 1'iist ( I tp 13, s of r 23. e. S4 of sw see 6,
Cam's bright and efficient robe which tickles the
Made oi large, strong, hig -grade steel wires, heavily galvanized. I church of that city. It SupL mucous membrane II and n4 of nw 14, sec 7, tp 16, s of r 23,
after enjoying the holidays causing the cough and at the Se1 of
Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever ; mural tablet has been ;., e. nU. st'It, tp 14, s of r 22,
are again at their posts of same time clears the phlegm draws
lasting. Never gos wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it. memory of Rev. Thomas ; i I I east.Also beginning at the ne cor of sw>4
the inflammation heals and
out and
Does not mutilate, but doss, efficiently, turn cattle, horses hogs furrier pastor in the i ; of mv >4, sec 14. tp 14, s of r 22 e, runthence
\V. Williams is holding pro- soothes the affected parts. One Minute -
vd pigs. Italian marble and has I w 199 jd.', s 240, yds, w 118 yds.

,\ thc north wall of the meetings at Union, Pine Level Cough Cure strengthens the lungs. I IS 199 yds to the southern boundary of

wards off pneumonia and is a harm- the said nw >4, thence e 317 yds to the
I >
se cor said sw-'i of nw 4, thence n
less and never failing cure in all cura-
Thtinsciiption on the 440 yds to the all known
I beginning, as
by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how 1 !l's: "In memory of EVERY BOTTLE ble cases? of Coughs Colds and Croup I the Cline land and containing 63 acres.

it..will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced i sn.i Roust 1N20-1S99. the I One Minute Couh Cure is pleasant to t S4 of ne'4 of sw>4. and n',4 of se>4

Cough Remedy Warranted take harmless and good. alik" for ; of,1,, see 14. s of r 22 e. Xw 4 of
;! tor ,.f this church from sw'4 and nl of sw> of sw> 14,
% 4 4 see
%WiXXAn&ifI t Jo. "" -C\""''' ''>>MOOo '''** > | I young and old. SoIl /y Wm. .\nd r- I '
This house of God. built I s of r 22 e. SeU of ne 4 and w% of

I of his ministry is an I guarantee_e\ecy bottle of (Cham son.JLALEXAXDER. ; nei4 of set;, see 15, tp 14, s of r 2!, e.

I : Cough Remedy anl will re- Commence at the ne cor of the nw 4
Nine 1 I his abiding spiritual
UERB1NE i I i |lof the SEsee 15. tp 14, s of r 22, e,
j ;, money to anyone who is not
Introductory services thence w 2225 ft. thence s 926 ft. thence

Tenths I connection with the \ after using two thirds of e :25 ft. thence n 926 ft, to pt of beginning

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; This is the best remedy I excepting therefrom a certainI
iliM. presented by the i
of j world for la grippe, coughs, Practical 'J acre parcel particularly described
Pure Juices from .
Natural Roots. Ron'- which included a- follows; Beginning at a pt 396 ft n
and and
l.-ttr from his son. Rev. croup whooping i CARPENTER AND BUILDER : and 420 ft e of the sw cor of the neU

all the i Roust, of Appleton.ViS... and safe to take. It pre- !, | of sw 4 of see 15 tp 14. s of r 22, e,

REGULATES the liver, Stomach and Bowels: f ai1! raiding of the any tendency of a cold to result Careful estimates made on all contract I thence running n 510 ft. e 939 9-17 ft,
PeopleSuffer I tansss the Purifies the Blood ". All druggists. | work. Gives more and better work lot I IS S10 ft, w 939; : 9-17 ft to pt of beginI -
System, | \V. Hallock.. a the money than any other man In I nir.g.

Ili'Ut-e, and remarks b) town. I E1-: of ne'4 of 1'.1. of sec 15, tp 14, s

pURES Malaria Biliousness, Constipation!! \ I , tif the ihurch. i C. L. CITY TICKET OFFICE of r 22. e. The s 15 acres of the neU

i of the ne',.. and the northern 5
to all of the United acresof
u in \\ hi. h he gave a parts A. Bros.
front a Stomach and Impaired Digestion.Diseased | It \\ ,is appreciative and Canada on sale. Schedules J I. Colyer :2.e.the se'4 Xe'4 of of ne se'4",i. sec ofsec3.tpIl.sof 22, tp 14, s of r

Eierj Bottla Guaranteed to 6iie Satisfaction I wtmM slad'y quote at routes cheerfully! furnished to Merchant Tailors, : r 22. e, and sw'. of nw '4, sec 2, tp 14,

< tlul,!. Dr. tonally also e travelers by calling or s of r 22: e.
:' GF :aOTTL& SMALL DOSE.. Agent for all of the trans- Have in stock one of the finest assort The said sale made subject to the
(pi tribute t<> Mrs.
I Liver Price, r O Cents. ments of suiticgs for holiday suits | approval and confirmation by the court;
steamship! lines! going to
h..II'm..t; of a faithful !
: ever presented to the Ocala public. and under the terms of the said decree

| S Prtparzd by JAMES F. BALIARD, St louis. Me. L
*<**>$$ 4XXX*. ...tV -wi '._..".-.".--".OO"t.- :> :'\ .. '_) "."-0 .- -'9 tthrir Rev. and Mrs. I Ticket Agent Ocala House. i dyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall by a deposit of one thousand
"'''C sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstor* .. stone has been (JlOOOj dollars in cash or a check duly -
and winter suitings to liking. i certified
I your by some bank of Floridaof
Jrt-.i. ..fter a style
I Best suits for the money in town. Inspection good standing which amoynt shall
ould be pleasing to saw mill firm Warren.. Parishi
become forfeited under the terms of
solicited.: No. 3 North MainSt.
FRESH MEATS KND GAME i at Early Bird was dissolved on said decree, in event of failure of the

day of December, 19y3. J. D. ., two doors north of Ocala House :
We keep on hand a full Jne) of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and ;I PNEUMONIA AND i has purchased my interest in Ocala. bidder bid, should to comply said sale with be the confirmed terms of the-by ,

to be had. Game in Fresh and assumed and
Sausage season. Vegetables, etc. Coughs cured i; I my liability the court; reserving to the complainant

Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made. Honey and Tar. R I my interest in outstanding FOIEYSKIDNIYCUMHakM the right to bid without such deposit
I Warren. Parish & Co..
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CITY MARKET ; W. L. JONES, Proprietor. Soil by the Posto ice H. H. Eyle,
Per W.
D. Parish.
-_ a- --- i Kldow and Bladder Rlatt 1 Special Master in Chancery.





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& COMPANYC. noon(,Continued and 'Mr. Spence from First is still thetospiul. J J O n

L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll I 1TLNA ILNJ( \ 1JftM >

The wreck occurred while rain was

Editors and Proprietors.The falling big crowd, but notwithstanding quickly gathered.this facta .. llliJ Uflill All 1 ,

The S. A. L. engine was not injured
Star had
a pleasant call yesterday -
to any great extent, only losing its pi-
afternoon from Mr. J. K. G>des of -

lot. The big telegraph pole was snapped -
Guilford, M*, where for forty-eight
into three pieces, and the upper end
years he has been a successful dry

goods merchant and amassed a comfortable hung suspended by the many wires of CAPITAL SoOOOO.

fortune, which enables him at both companies' lines, which were un ,

this day to bask in the sunshine of'' injured.

Floiida-excepting the present atmospheric Everyone, passengers and all. say

conditions. The family name is that the accident was through no faultor DIRECTORS e

neglect of duty on the part of Capt.
noted for its place in this republic asr'flnu"rs I
Eaton, his .
or crew.
; Harry Cedes of Boston being

almost a contemporary of Franklin, The engineer on the S. A. L. freight, R. SHALL, R. L. ANDERSON CLARENCE CAMP] ,

Peter Gedes started the first print shopin in shifting or switching, headed into ,

LUngor Me., and his descendants: are the other train without seeing it, as ;
still prominent in the printing business the big buildings on each side of the 1. GEORGEFORD| ,

II track prevent anyone from his position
in the New England States. Mr.

Cedes is no stranger to Florida or Marion seeing a train on the other track untilit HERBERT A. FORD.

within few feet of the .
is a crossing.As
county hating made his first visit -
to soon as the track was clear, the
Benedict now Fairfield fourteen

years ago, when his brother, J. M. train was run on up to the station.

Gedes, died at that place and the former President : Cashier :
is now interested in the propertyhe

left. Mr. Gedes has the pleasure of COMMENCED TO GRIND?

an acquaintance with Mr. II P. Thag- HERBERT A. FORD. F. L. WATSON.HAVIRD .

ard, whom he esteems very hlgMy. The world is abuzz today with rumors I

Mr. Gedes expects to spend the winterin that war between Russia and Japan -i -

Ocala and among his Fairfirld has begun.
friends. He attended the tournamentat .

Fairfield last week and said the HOW'S, THIS? I
Married, Tuesday, December 29, near .
scenes pr(>"t'ntedfore better than a .t
Flemington, at the home of the bride's !. u ,-.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward -
minstrel show. It was a noted sceneto
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L Whitting-
for of Catarrh that
him andh&-UXioi: tll reatly. any case can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. ton, Miss LuU Eva Whittington to

I J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo O. Mr. Eenjamm A. Havird.
Mrs. Whittington mother of Tim
\ "'t', the undersigned, have known At 11 o'clock the parlor, which was
hT John Whittington of the Fleming- .
,P. J. Cheney for the last 13; years and beautifully decorated with evergreens, Marion HaraW3r8 Co.
ton section, die Monday after a long 0.With
I believe him perfectly honorable in all was crowded with relatives: and
/ illness. She was a/devoted member of
churtf business transactions and financially friends, when the groom, dressed in ..
the Baptist and P- -\'. I'usoc
( able to carry out any obligations made conventional black, leading the bride,
I! officiated at the C neral Prior to her
by their firm. clad in white silk, trimmed with medallions -
death she had just returned from a
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, and ribbon, appeared, and Rev.
visit to her soil Reuben, at TsaUAi
: Toledo, o.Waldlr.g.Kinnan. ,\. L. Prisoc, with a pretty ceremony, '
*'pka Lake, In Citrus county. The, IVe Would Be Glad
& JlarvinVhole- pronounced them husband and wife.
deceased made h<'r home with her sun,
.. I sale Druggists, Toledo, O. After congratulations, those present .
John. }Whittington was an estimable -
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- repaired to the dining room where a When YOU wish to buy any kind
lady) and wil be missed Ly all
of Stove to have
nally, acting directly! upon the blood delicious feast was spread. a or Range ,
who kliehfor..
and mucous surfaces of the sistem. The bride and groom left on the you carefully

Testimonials sent free. Price .5c. per evening train for their home in South ,
}Irs. Charles lingers of Lexington; COMPARE
bottle. Sold by all Drugg!!'ts.Hall's Carolina.
K>"., who had been the guest of her Those Mrs. Havird of .
Fjmily Pills are the best. present were
sister, Mrs. J. 15. Staten on Lime Sit., South Carolina mother of the groom,

died Tursd.iy lun< trouble. She was STATIONERYA Mr. John Havird, brother of the groom ,

the daughter of J. M. ims.. now of Mr. George Windom of Georgia, cousinof

Valdosta, (5.1., but formerly an orange I beautiful line of stationery:; the bride, Mr. R. J. Whittington of \

glower fit Orange II.un.noik. The decease fine as cm be found in town-at T/- Hernando, uncle of the bride Mrs. E.:
.1 was a pupil of our public school dings & Co. A.; Smithj Miss Leila and Messrs. Rob-

during Professor Streator's priniipa.1- ert and Ernest Whittington, sister and

ship. She was a beautiful woman and FANCY GROCERIESA brothers of the bride, Mr. and Mrs J.

possessed a lovely character. Her remains large and well selected stock of Whittington, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. r

were sent Valdo.sta.. Ga., for imported groceries, the best in the Whittington, Mr. J. C. Smith and fam- a_ Hn t _

interrment. Mr. Rogers, who spent city, at the French bakery. All orders ily, Mrs. John Havird, Mrs. S. E. Smith -e

Christmas with his sick wife haJ returned will be promptly delivered.A Mrs. R. L. Whittington, Messrs. R. R. t

home. Whittington E. A. Smith, Bert Carlton -

LIFE AT STAKE t Willie Whittington, Willie Moon,

Col. R. F. Rogers, the new superintendent Ross Williamson, Clarence Chitty, Mr.
If you but knew the splendid meritsof any other make
of the Marion convict farm has and Mrs. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Searcy
Foley's Honey and Tar you would ,
arrland taken charge. The Star and daughter.
never be without it. A dose or two will
extends to Col. Rogers and family a Many presents were received, which
attack of la
prevent an pneumonia or
cordial welcome to Ocala. They will were useful and pretty. We feel your decision will
grippe It may save your life. Sold
be desirable acquisitions to our com- The groom is a prosperous and excel- be favorable to the
by the Postoffice Drugstore.
munity. Col. Rogers is a progressive lent young man of New berry, S. C.

and public spirited citizen and can be WILEY'S CANDY The bride is a charming Flemingtonbelle VORITE5Therefore

counted on at all times In the van of known and loved for her kind
Fresh stock of Wiley's fine package
morals and good, wholesome civic gov- and sweet disposition.May we court careful
candy just received at W. M. Martin's.
ernment. their lives be crowned with hap- comparison. We know theyare

piness is the wish of A Friend. not Equaled.

James lUrnes an emploje of Capt. RIVER TRIP We also carry -a full line of

Townsend's turpentine farm south of WHAT'S IN A NAMEE'er.thlng

Patt's Island, was in the city today,
Tickets can be had of Miss Jessie C. I
having come up on Capt. Eaton's train is in the name when it SASH DOORS BLINDS.
Maughs at the A. C. L. Ocala House I
which was wrecked, but chanced to be comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. De-
office for single persons or parties who ,
in the coach next to the one o\erturn- Witt & Co. of Chicago discovered some
desire to take a trip on the launch Undine -
ed. He said the coach was lifted several years ago how to make a salve from
from Silver Springs to the Ockla- A Complete line of Builders and General Hardware Farming Tools
feet in the air. Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles.
waha river. Call on Miss Maughs or Guns and Ammunition.CHATTANOOGA.
For blind, bleeding, itching and pro-
the undersigned for further particulars.
lion. J. N. C. Stockton and Mr. Gus truding piles, eczema, cuts, burns,
Holtzclaw and Nelson
Morton, the manager of Mr. stoekton'svaluable Silver Springs, Fla. bruises and all skin diseases DeWitt's PLOWS

phosphate mine fit Eve Levy Salve has no equal. This has given rise

arrived in the to numerous worthless counterfeits.Ask .
county city yesterday SIMPLE COLDS SIN STOCK.
for DeWitt's-the genuine. Sold
afternoon. We understand that negotiations ;
Cease to be if all
simple at prolonged.
are in progress for the sale of by Wm. Anderson. Jeffords Building.
: The safest way is to put them aside at
the mine.
the very beginning. Ballard's Horehound -
Syrup stops the cold and removes -
County Commissioner Fred S. Lucius kinds, self registering and the
the cause for colds. 25c.. 50c.,
left this afternoon for the Griner usual kind, fancy and serviceable, t
and Jl a bottle at Anti-Monopoly
Farm, Anthony and Citra. sections to Drugstore. from $3,50 down. Tydings & Co. I

Inspect farms with a view to locating,

as he has sold his place near Levon.
The neighborhood that secures his residence -
pleasure launch Alma is now on
will be indeed fortunate.Mr. .
Silver Springs for charter by the nour LOOKS

or day. Hunting and fishing parties a OUR BANISTER (
1I.* Stafford of Weirsdale, who SHOE
specialty. Rites reasonable. We
has oen of the finest and most products BSt
guarantee to please )"ou. Give! us a
groves on South Lake "'dr. came
call. t Pierce & Farmer. Only toll.
up Wednesday and brought a basketof Q3 50 comer.aoa (
Telephone or write to the springs. a WEARS
lovely fruit just from the trees,

showing the gi >\es of that section are

Messrs. J. L. Heck of Central and Waverly. Texas, writes "Of a morning
( Store with the Yellow Front)
Tom when first rising I often find a troublesome -
Cooper Flemington came In
collection of phlegm, which
yesterday afternoon to serve on the I ,-
Mr. I produces a cough, and is very hard to I II -
jury Cooper S.1)8rucklng is verybackward

in his section, owing to the dislodge: but a small quantity of Bal I CHRISTMAS HAS ARRIVED
I lard's Horehound syrup will at once WITH THE COMING
continued coldwatht'r; that a little :
dislodge it, and the trouble is over. I'
lettuce was going forward and bringing J OF THE YEAR
a fine price. know of no medicine that is equal to AND DEPARTEDBut f.

it, and it is !'II o pleasant to take. I can __
We want to do a bigger business thane

County Surveyor Jas. R. Moorheadis most cordially! recommend it to all persons You Can Get Good Goods \' -r and we want every builder and
medicine for throat and
busy in his! office nuking profilesand needing a .
lung troubles'. Price :5I:., 50c., and $1 s _- r-z ...6 person interested in building to know
estimates of the cost of the proposed I Every Day Except SundayAT 4 _
new Hutlpenbaih railroad from a bottle at the Ann-Monopoly Drug J : that we are prepared to render them

Standard, in Marion county, to Holder store. ,r1bss'I k the most efficient service in prompt deliveries -
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in Citrus county. of the very best yellow pine
Elegant line of rings, watches and .e 1
G. A. NASH'SCures i/ mouldings, mill work, shingles and of
diamonds at A. E. Burnett I _
FOR \U-\ fine three-year-old II ,,z ( everything of wood needed In the
I _
filly: good size: unbroken; will sell -- building trade.CT .
Hooks will be our particular hobby
cheap for cash. Call on J. N. Edwards. FOLEYSIIOlffiYA..roAB FOLEnnONIYA.wmTAR
line. S Ny'
this winter. Call ani see the
near Williston. Fla. dt. : Ocala News Co. Colds: Prevents Pneumonia for c&Udrea safe, use. 60 :opata I GRACE:



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WEATHER FORECAST U. D. C. MEETING j II ",:-:.:,\ -::::.-.:...... '*"i :... : ... .J 'W._-_'- _. -- -__. :-. __ :.: : 'p _.: : .-_- __
Washington Jan. 7.-Rain tonight. The Daughters of the Cont.'derac'j\
I do
H. s. 1\1I. CLOTHING
I probably continued Friday forenoon; will hold their regular monthly meeting "........j \
warmer in central portion tonight: I at the residence of Mrs. C. H. "m\

!'colder In west portion Friday. t Mataews. Friday: afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Prompt attenlance requested. Officers H a FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. 3c
I IJ OCALA BAND OF MERCY I II to be elected for the new year, and o a

t I other important business to claim at- t3 We carry a fall and complete line sto :a

J : j jAbsolutely I The young people who are competing tention. of fine and medium price clothing : s
for the prizes offered by the committee I
oo .
of the above association for the I Jno. T. Lewis of :Moss: Bluff bought Ol 3 3

I( 1 bi % :, best essay on "Kindness." in any form. RI'S. Moser's pair of horses an!: la Tea Sets, os.:'Ja

are requested to hand their papers to drove them home today. I ::
II S -2 i
It Sets
I I Miss Tatham secretary by Wednesday t I no

i the 20th of this month, when the The many friends of Mr. Alex j 0 ....
Toilet Sets
present competition closes. Long pa- Tongue of Fairfield will be sorry; to .5 3 oh 2. 0 c

I pers are not desired merely writing to hear of the death of his wife, who
.yy ithe i point, and nothing must be copied passed away December :29. |I O
.: from newspapers or books. 01 w *

Pure7HERE&KQSUBSTITUTE. I The trustees of the Baptist church >I

II I Among Dunnellon's distinguished are having a nice, new fence put up RHEINAUER & CO. of

,Citizens in the Brick City yesterdaywere around the church lot. I I
I Bob Saniers and Henry Gordon Ii i

the latter marshal of the place. Both Evenings at S. The Hardman Pi- : ,
I Shoes for Men. Merriam Shoes for Children. *
OCALA OCCURRENCES I gentlemen report business good in their ano Player. Hear it. Ocala Music'' "rprcCrossett's "

burg. Company. i
1B. I L- w 7 "Sr --.ftIil! ,. -;:::- :: : .:- __: :

Go to Schlemmer's FINE CIGARS F. Arnold of Candlrr will leave :
for your bread.
The Norma Martinez, the C. H. S.. Saturday to make his home at Dade I

Pyrographic novelties at the Post. the El Solo, and the Fama Nacional, City. Candler dislikes to lose so gooda

office Drugstore. four of the best 5 cent cigars made in I man.

Tampa and many others to be foundin MO1VER&JMACKAYOcala

Schlemmer bakes the best bread, T W. Troxler's cigar case. 'XThe Ocala Rifles at a late meeting, .

cakes, pies etc. I passed resolutions of regret at the se-I

HOT DRINKS / rious accident that betel, Otis Landers, j'

The most elegant display of candyin Hot drinks of all kinds at Troxler's. one of their members, and appointeda Florida
town at Dame's. committee to IooR after him in his ,

Fatal kidney and bladder troubles affliction.

See our handsome lien of pictures. can always be prevented by the use ofFoley's I I fasteYin .
1 I For_. takea Phosphate Mining and Washing Machinery
Postoffice Drugstore. I Kidney Cure. Sold by the Post- few doses of Chamberlain's Stomachand ,
office Drugstore.
Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents.
Palmers' Perfumes, the best, at the I
Postoffice Drugstore.G. APPLES VAt Warranted to cure. For sale by all I Phaetons
Buggies Surreys Carriages
Dame's, for 33c.; a peck-good ones. I ,

R. Redding of Dunnellon was at !
Otis Landers, who was so seriously
the Ocala House today. IN BED FOUR WEEKS injured at Dunnellon two. weeks ago. !
WITH LA GRIPPEWe and who was brought to the hospital. >
Mr. F. M. Townsend of Istachatta: I i
have received the following letter 1 was removed to the home of his pa- I
was in the city yesterday. '
I gents !
in the second ward yesterday.
from Mr. Roy Kemp of Angola Ind.:

Books are our specialty> all kindsof "I was in bed four weeks with la grippe i Building Materials Every Kind and Description
books. Ocala News Co. and I tried many remedies and spent E. J. Seymour has issued his first
considerable for treatment with physicians number of the Farmer and Trucker at I

but I received no relief untilI Hastings Fla. It is a creditable sheet. I
Hon. J. X. C. Stockton returned to FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
Jacksonville this afternoon. triE'd'oll'"s Honey and Tar. Two ., as was to be expected, as Mr. Seymour .
.A small bottles of this medicine curedme is an able and veteran journalist.
I His last "sit" editor of the St. Augustine
and now I use it exclusively in -
Fine candies, fresh and of excellent my I.
quality, at the French bakery.Mrs. family. Take no substitute. Sold by Record. Hastings is a great Phosphate Plants Installed CompleteOCALA
the Postoffice Drugstore. I Irish potato growing section.J. .
J. J. Tillis of Lady Lake was in !.
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the city yesterday shopping. WANTED Men to learn the barber B., Malloy and Mr. Ellison of theAnthony I
trade. We have the best opportunityever trucking section, were in the HOUSE ARRIVALS

An unusually large and pretty line of I offered. Can earn nearly all expenses city today. They were all smiles at FOR SALE

toilet articles at Tydings & Co. 'I before completing. Start now the good rain. Wednesday I

an j finifh for spring rush. Write for L. R. Farmer, W. Holtzclaw Silver i 186-Ten room house occupied by Mrs. Moody.
catalogue Moler:: Barber College, New The hot chocolate served at Troxler's Springs; H. L. Hutchinson,
Blank books of all kinds. We are Gaines-I 187-Lot on Ocklawaha corner Herbert st.
Orleans, La. fountain is made with Huyler'spure title L. C. Hopkins, Atlanta:
headquarters. Ocala News Co. .
188 Store residence and farm Linden Fla.
I ,
i delicious chocolate.The Llo'd.1
I Kingsland St. Louis; C. II.
Residence Mr. Cullen.
Order your holiday flowers early "The nicest and pleasantest medicine Holder: J. N. C. Stockton Jacksonville i 189- occupied by ..

from the Ocala Greenhouse Co. I have used for indigestion and King's Daughters held an Interesting ; Gus W. Morton, Eve, Fla.: 1..1 190-56 acres hammock 4 miles north ot Ocala

constipation !ia Chamberlain's Stomach meeting in the library rooms Danzig New York: Thomas ,) 191-One,acre directly opposite Camp's.

Remember the French bakery for and Liver Tablets," says STelard this morning. Six members were present Charleston S. C.; Frank Lytton. FlorIda 192-House occupied by J. M. Benton.

your holiday supply of cakes etc. F. Craig, Middlegrove.:: >, N. Y. including the president :Mrs.: Lind- ; W. O. Bellaire. Jacksonville.
193-House occupied by Miss V. Campbell. .
They work like a charm and do not say. We will let the other 100 mem- I

Pure, wholesome bread, baked fresh gripe or have any unpleasant effect. say. We will let the 100 absent mem- BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH 194-Israel Brown House opposite synagogue.

every day at C. X. Schlemmer's. For sale by all druggists. ants were. 195-100 acres, part hammock 4 miles from Ocala "

Henry D. Baldwin. Supt. City Rater I 196-2 miles from Ocala 20 acres and house.

Choice pot plants for holiday presents FOR LE-Firty head of fine Jersey The prevention of consumption is entirely Works Shullsburg, Wis.. writes: II 197-10 room house on Pond st.
milch cows and heifers. Apply to a question of commencing the have tried kinds of liniments but I '
at the Ocala Greenhouse Co. many 198-Lots in Smith & Dougherty addition.
T. W. Smith, at the Marion Hardware proper treatment in time. Nothing is have never received much benefit untilI I
hammock 2 miles east.
The most complete line of toilet articles Co. so well adapted to ward off fatal lung used Ballard's Snow Liniment for 'I 199-20 acres

in the city at Tydings & Co. troubles as Foley's Honey and Tar. rheumatism and pains. I think I it the 200-20 acres from 3 miles west.

..FOR SALE-The oldest and best established Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. best liniment on earth." 25c., 50c. and 201-8 room house I mile from school house.

Mr. Taylor continues his interesting millinery business in town. $\ bottles at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- 202-Green Place 10 acres I mile out. ,
the Best of reasons for selling. Apply at M. M. Little is having a new store.
night sermons at Christian church. 203-15 acre farm 5 room cottage 4 miles.
this office for information. fence built around his residence in the
204-House occupied by Mr. Haley.
Vegetable plants, also lettuce for table -
205-40 acres land, 19, 14, 23.
use at the Ocala Greenhouse Co. BRUTALLY TORTUREDA
case came to light that for persistent overcoat in front of J. Messrs. Perkins and Sternbergerhave 206-House occupied by P. V. Leavengood.

copyright fiction, the latest ani and unmerciful torture has perhaps A. Pittman and Son's. Owner can just completed the painting of the! 207-House occupied by John Moore.
have the same by calling on Dr. W. P. residences of H. L. Anderson F. G.
most popular works. Ocala News Co. never been equaled. Joe Golobickof B.I
I' Colusa. Cal., writes: "For 15 years I Wilson, proving property and paying Weihe, 1'. A. Burford and N. L. Wil- J. STABR STERNBERGER

Handsome parlor lamps jardinieres'I! endured insufferable pain from Rheu- him for this ad. liams, and are now engaged in paint- ,

and toilet sets at Mclver & MacKay's.The matism and nothing relieved me although ing Mr. Blount's, formerly Mr. C. C.Todd's .
Messrs. Jim and Will Mathews of the .
I' I tried everything known. 1 residence, and also the new S.
best line of gift books we have came across Electric Bitters, and it Is Flemington section were among the A. 1.. eating house, in front of Carmi-

eer displayed, at the Postoffice Drug the greatest medicine on earth for that interested spectators at the meeting of chael and Son Co's. saloon. All are I .. Call 01l- --

store. trouble. A few bottles of it completely the board of county commissioners.Miss splendid jobs of painting. Mr. Perkinsis

relieved and cured me." Just as a master painter has four gangs of

Purest drugs carefully compounded good for Liver and Kidney troubles Sue Barco. the accomplished men at work. and does nothing himself G. S. SCOTT
daughter of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: J. M. Barco. Agi.I
in our prescription department. Ty and general debility. Only 50c. Satisfaction but mix the paints, place and direct the
dings & Co. guaranteed by the Anti-Mo- who has been attending the Fifth Avenue work. I

nopoly Drugstore. Finishing School for young ladies Information and Rates.-

You can get what you want now. in,New York City for the past six WORKING NIGHT AND DAY

,We have It. Ocala Music Company, FOR RENT-Choice front offices. on months, will return home about the
Jewelers. 12th. The busiest and mightiest little
both second and third floors of the thing that ever was made is Dr. King's The & Co's Hew
Baptist Witness building. Apply at Fidelity Casualty
tdr. and Mrs. W. D. Paris of Ohio are this office. Miss Herndon of Paducah, Ky., arrived New Life Pill ,These pills change

In Candler visiting their father Rev. -- in the city a few days ago. and weakness into strength, listlessness

Dr. Faris. I will make her home with her sister, to energy, brain-fag into mental in-I "Disability Policy" for 1904

PROFESSIONAL CARDS Mrs. Briggance.Rev. er. They're wonderful in building

Pure drugs carefully compounded I II the health. Only 25c. per box. Sold by
in our prescription department. Ty ; H. W. Little was quite "under the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
dings & Co. the weather" yesterday from the grip. '
!$25 per week Indemnity for any Disease, Illness [or
+ DENTIST bue expects to preach at St. James I .W.XTEDposItion as bookkeeperby .
Accidents. No Medical Examination
Acid Cough Syrup the best cough church, colored, tonight.S. I a young man who is a graduate of r I! Required '"G

remedy on the market, for sale by Office Over Munroe & Chambliss' Massey's Business College, and who j Your Beneficiary is also Insured under this policy.

Tydings & Co. Bank Ocala Florida. H. Brown of Leroy was a passenger -I can furnish best of references as toi I i

I on this morning's Homosassa I character. Address, P. A. Roberts, I

E. M. Howard has been confined to I J. E. CHACE, train and escaped a shaking up at Lynne, Fla.'TERRIBLE. DAY PHONE 117 NIGHT PHONE 3ft

his room for several days with an attack least by being in the baggage car at i iI
of the grip. DENTAL SURGEON the time of the wreck. 'iI I WRECK CROSBBY & MARTIN
Office Upstairs Commercial Bank ON THE ROCK ISLAND

FOR SALE-For Ji3: cash, a brand Building Ocala, Florida. I WANTED-Two traveling salesmenin I -
I i,
new 400-pound safe. Apply to the TERMS CASH i each state. Permanent position: $60 | Topeka. Kan.. Jan. T.-Thirty people GENERAL LIVERYMENFine

Ocala Seed Store. i j and expenses. Central Tobacco Works, :'I all passengers, are known to have been

Penicks. Va. killed in a collision on the Rock Island
Mr. Vance Weathers./a prosperous I Railroad limited, at 1 o'clock yesterday
citizen of York wa/jp/the city today! HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND'i Harry Cline and wIfe. we are pleased I morning five miles west of this Carriages, Buggies and Traps

Xnd autographed for the_:tar. I SURGEON I to state will reside in Ocala in the city. Twenty persons were injured.five : Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.

Special attention given to the treatment I future. Mr. Cline will assist his fath< of them probably mortally. They
We will get fr you on short notice II of Chronic Diseases and Diseases er-in-law. R. E. Yonge.! Sr.. in his numerous -' and two corpses reached here on the FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses

any: book that is in print if we do not I of Women and Children. I enterprises.FOR I relief train. A second train is following ,

have it in stixk.: Ocali News Co. Ocala, Fla. with the balance of the dead.
I I and Mules for Sale. Horses
.. Office ever T\ding!!' Drugstore. Office ALE-A good family ponF for
Boarded the Month Rate.
by at
Home-made almond tours from S a. m.. to 15 m.; Special
macaroons, la i sale' cheap for cash. Worth your alI WANTED-SOO barrels of velvet
dy fingers chocolate and jelly layers from : p. m. to 5 p. n.. tention. Call on Joe White, at the Teapot b' cash price paid for select .
Rl'sidence--Xo. 60 N. Main St, known j
for the holidays, at the French bakery. as the Nash cottage. ]I Grocery. Ocala. Fix i stock. At J. D. McDuffy's stable.


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