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.


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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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Vofme 9, Nmber 181 OCAT A, FLORIDA, MONDAY. JANUARY 11, 1904 Fifty Cents a Mont, $5 a Yar

Ml B. Gordol, the Soathern Bayird
Stonewall Jackson's Successor, Thrice
Elected United States Senator, Twice
Governor of Georgia. and Commander
in Chief for Years of the United
Confederate Veterans
Gpnenral John It. ;or'lon dia-,l at hi ,
w\intor honi*- at lti.s;vnE. .ast 'oast. C(
Saturday night at i :<5., after a short
il n-e.s of a-ut- iiin lig+-stiom. II.- was
one of th- famous li.-uteianlt g-ii-
e-raIs of the THEnf*--rate army. alTH
was kno, ii as the C'hevalier lHayar
(of the 'onfde-.rary. His l 'ars-+-r In
war and peaes- \va. illustrious. HI" rose
from the rank of (captain to that of
lie-ut-nant gene-ral taploily. He was a A CA
brave fight-r an-I an il-al soldier. so
*lashing andl brave- in the shock of arms A .ar f i
that he- won the- re-spC-.t. .onfidence an'ld the A. 1'. I
love- of hiS stolli'-is who fairtl iloliz7-l unlinali-l ii
himn. .ea \\h -.
When the- great I,-., statcko-ed his arms tl-y *s*-, .a
ait Aplpolmatteox. ;4Iollon was a s:i mslpit- i.--. Th
uus firu'-.. IH*- t horne.-, lw-y the laws and- r--stl-re th,-ir stock f.rtin.


Having bought a Factory Sample Line of


Regular price 35c, we are now selling
at the remarkable low price of





P-refford cattle arrived over
.. Saturday night and was
into th- colmpany's4 cattle
l during y)-st-elday morning
ntiit+. I by se-veral hundred
,e c:Ir contained six young
. "'. Chambliss" Palmetto
atnd the- cows for the Ma-
This is said to be the fin-

made- himn gov-rnor of the Empire State -.ct ,..,r ,, l, I--- t. l ,,t -..el a:ttl that has

cof the South and three. time-s 'nitt.-l
States S.en:ato. from which office he
teli-,ed. the toeloeve-d of the l eo-,l0 .
( one of theO noble traits of this bril-
li w%.arior and restate-sman:n was that
\ he-n the war end-ed he. blegain the work
eof r econ(cili;atlon arid c'lositng the"
"bloody chasm." Ily his magnificent
er:toiy anl grand, lpattliotic words, hie
,e'*'atet.l a se-l tini-i-nt. Nelorth a:nii South.
in his won-der-ful lec-tur-es eon. "The- First
atlu I.ast IPays of th- < 'onfe-deri. ."
that fe(stered- a spii it ,f amiity that
won millions to think as he- *liI.
4 ;etna- l Ga-ordon4i s na me ec awe a

--r ie'-.- s.--n her-i.-. Mr. O'hambliss
s-lecte-i e*.i h oin- of themn, in person
Swhile- h-- was in Texas a few we-ks
;ig') the big sale of Hereford
st tock. Notiv, ithstandling the long and
trying tii-., the catttle- looked remark-
.ably %well. anwl a fe"w lays of care aul
f-.--. \\ ill rn:tko them as plump as when
they left A tiny calf was found
;amionlIg th.e cattle whe-n they were un-
Slle*d,. and the little fellow was not in
Sh, least hutt. strange to say. and was
..s live-ly as a ticket. but in after years
It .-ae- n ill lbe a source of doubt in his
mian I as to \ hi. h state he should claim


The Baptist Witness was moved to
Jacksonville this week. Rev. W. I.-
Mahon has made a contract with the-
Indu.sttial Record Company to print
the paper for him. It will be comnsoli-
dated with the Florida Bapltist of Tam-
pa and issued in magazine form.


Try a .eic. bottle of Herbine. notice
the improvement speelily affecte-.d in
your Appetite, Energy. Strength and
Vigor. Watch how it brightens the
spirits, gives freedom from Indigestion
and Debility.
Isaac Story. Ava. Mo.. writes, Sept.
11, 1910: "I was in bad health. I had
stomach trouble for twe-lve months.
also dumb chills. Dr. J. W. Mory Jpre-
scribed Herbine. and it cured me in
two weeks. I cannot recommend it too
highly. It wil do all you claim for it."
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Caused the Recent Epidemic of Ty-
phoid Fever-Disease Has Abated
and Danger is Over

S:.,r,,;>..J. 1.-Dr. e.. \V. W :r,n.
%who is her- from Ja.ksonvie. .is a
r'-pr.s--ntativ, of the State B.-a:,r of
IH .,lth. .-, -:ve-.i .- t;>!-: irm fr'm Dr.
3J. Y. Prtt-r. .I -isinc a partiall
: c r.:ysi.s of the oinmpi.;- ,f ity \,ttcr
Ssent fr>tn h-:- sheos\v it t, be -,- t.n.-
mate i with "tb.i illus <,-li ic mmunis."
and .Miayr <'. E. Bayley immediat-ly
issueI a ;Irel.intm.ati-on, advising th.- .o-o-
.I.** to drink .-nly bheile!l \vat-r.
The-i, h,iv- t : f-w .s.s ,f f.* --
t-* ,l\-l..lop the- *,iy or t\,. arnl
th'cs,- ho a :- k .1i k-i)rtelt ni
w ell t,- l.iy *-x- .-it i:i oi-..- ,,1 t w ,, 1r'-
stam -s. Th.- stite health offt: -: ,snl-
our !Ia .il d4.- tors a;l1 agree that the ,ihs-
,P.iso has about run ita ,u-rs-.
They afitho,rizt, the st.,tom--nt that
thet- is ahs, -lut--I t .la .Iatr. a ,It i*.--
lie n miy <.-mn- ani g,, ait im i1 without

A ase s ;t-amn to light that for p,-r-
sistt-nt ianl unrn-triful torture h;a i*-r-
haps neve-tr ben equ:i!*.l. Joe <;ol)bij-k
,if C'olusa. a' il.. vwrit-s: "l-'or 1V, years I
-nlurel i nsufter.l.ible atin from lRheu-
matism aiinl nothing reli-ve-- me al-
though I tried everything known. I
came across Ele. tL ic ittt-rs. andl it is
the gr-ate-st me,licin.- #on s-arth for that
trouble. A fe-w bottles of it completot-
ly anld iiredl mne." Just as:
gomo for Liv--r an.] Ki-lney troubles
anl general dlebility. Only 5.,c. Sat-
isf:action guarante,-,l lty the Anti-Mo)-
nololy Iiiigstorte.

The lAvited GuCest Who Was Called
Before the Feast.

.....-. ". household w- I i all lover this nation .,ii-c i.,nne. The missionary hilad finished his talk
aenil he. was ,amaired and- lovet- for his. INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS to the crowd of derelicts in a Itowery
ast- satesmanlike anl patriotic sentimnts. WHAT'S IN A NAME mission and went around the r(ooum to
wh e-ii,'h came m-omn his largest warms;ll- __ __ Tomorrow evening is the date for the shake them Iy the hand. There was
LO KhaI H .n sefm h mar. a is in when regular monthly meeting of Fort King one man sitting onil a ench whose face
,-t, h .earted. unsis.h ature. atnil foun! a ]i.,.vt in 1is in the nanme when it. 1 Voen of the W orld was so utterly lhathsolmoe that the mis-
o* s r o.sive leiodgnnent in the hearts of s tc Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. De- iamp No. 14. Woodmen of the World, slonary's gorge rose inl his throat, and
g a pa ty. thuse tto whom he never alem-ale-I irn f Witt & 'l. otf 'lhicago discovered some in the Masonic hall over Pesers he was compelled to pass him by. The
OCALA FLORIDA. vin. He- was the fi st an nl rs ago how to make a salve from sto. offers will b stalled an ans dulled eye marked the look of
idl-nt of the iUnited atonfederate Vet- W\ith Hazel that is ma s.lific for Piles. some c-andldate.s initiated. All mem- disgust, and in a tone of mingled de-
I .ns" Association. As years rolled on For blind, hbleeling, itching and pro- ers should he present. section and resentment he cried out:
W W Larm aa t & -the affection ,of his el-I. ,cotmnl--,s grew- trudling 1ile s. ezenma,, cuts. burns. FRESH COUNTRY BUTTER a it why don't you shake
W.Wt ,ru&COO, '' FRESHCOUNTRYBUTTER hands wid me?."'
to absolute e-vtin. No min ruis-s n all skin diseassDe Witt's The young missionary turned, con-
You will find a well se.-leted stock of e--I so great an influence. lver the as!s- Salve has no equal. This has given rise science stricken. looked into the sin
Igroiriees at |iatiton ais the sublien- atnd towering t nutewrous wtorthl,-ss i Ri.ylesd scarred features and grasped the man's
CARMAN CO'S., formi and miin-I of the" he,-ri,e -itizen, Ask feor IeWitt's-the genuine. Sold I hutt-t ls isagaintn sal"m. t th- S ""-1 hand.
a;C.eneral John 1;. 4;..iln. ev wViI Ainilear on. Stei "Iteally. brother. you must forgive
an Noiarth lan St., north of city mar- general o;t,,ri. during the p _st ___ me." he staitnemred. "I-I couldn't help
kot.' A VEST-POCKET DOCTOR It when I saw you-yur fa,-e. But Ill
.e tnty ye-ars, visited 4 .e.ala ion seve-ral An unusually large andl pretty line of I A VEST-POCKET DOCTOR when saw yu ur f Itut I
specialties- make amend.. You must take dinner
eeccasiolns. the last time but ma year ago,- toilet articles at Tyalings & Co. I me tomorrow night."
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, .Nane in. si,-akig here, he,. al.ay drew a Never in the. way. no trouble to carry. ith oe tomorrow night.
-14il.. ...... "ieThe broken man glaut-n at hii r; g.
CHICKENS AND EGGS a crowe, l house of loving sulbje"-ts. as to take, pleasant and never fail- in cnfsion bled like a girl an
Renmelwbr the place and rest assur- Those% who ,m net him, ill ntwe-r forget ing in results are Dewitt's Little Early gaspe-il:
te we ill threat you right lh nagic light of his i-netrating. Hise-rs. A vial of these little pills in "WoVt: Me take dinner wid you! Me
eythe ve-st rPocket is at certain guarantee go to your house: '
W. W. CAR.11 A.% & CO. right eye. ,or the realistic gralsp of his tht ket i crti antee go to your ous: .-:
good eightt hey .tl, that t-,ouched palmsase EfP SUhsS against headache., illiousness, torpid "Yes. I mean it. I'll come tomorrow
S ewilth t ele t h efft-tt. anc eluhile hiSU ES liver, and all of the ills resulting from night and get you."
=IS u OYST RS ,,,,, ,.hi atho nt ,,r constipation. They t nand strength- True to is wordm the missionary pre-
FhIS AND OYSTERS [tor isof teouc-hing pathos melted our the liver. Sold by Wm. Anlerson. rented himself at the lodging house
I have fresh t Fish and ir g on Coughswnthe next evlina l and Inquired for the
havc fresh Btt- in lish and ir-r-sistiblv te ,thae height, of enthu- GCiLAH UE AotRRr VATe man. A ceorkire was lying on the table,
Mullet always on hand: siasm, anId with his .onnanding form. Gripp and othe tro- OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS a handkerchief spread over its fiace.
r L1 owmer- -at gestulr. andll veh enel, lof I ---- The clerk jerked lis thumb in the di-
Cedar Key and Crystal River iver .r ge'stu vttnt-n,.e eef bles that can Only be Saturday reaction of the ld( f.
S'lspeat'eh. l-I el v o .u c apltive toe his irre.sist-
OVSIT RS. ie. lgii. Though de.,i.. he still promptly nipped in the Mr. and Mrs. (ordon Lee, Chicamau- "That's Wilson." he said. "lie had
-YT RSa aI1a: P. W.Meur..J. c fixed himself uiil and was waiting' for
live-s.- aai-t thousanals m,,urn his death. bud by usig ng. you;aidroppedtfalhad halfaan hour ango."-
RECEIVE D FRESH DAILY """ i"* "'"n hs by sn. * ou ..r
oriole. Ila.: S. F. Hopkins,. 1Howard -I ew York Press.
v upon request JUDGE MAXWELL WILL TROPICAL Tuttle. Nangatueck, 'onn.: S H.
ned and deliver u cust JUDGE MAXWELL WILL litch. city James E. Tate. Baltimoere: Embarrassln.
S E .i-, I CAN LEAVE SUPREME BENCH P T. J Long. 'incinnati: Adam Joselel- The Sqtlire'.s pretty Daughter (exam-
Fil.I. VOUR WANTS i M A"h a.'wife. Vinceinnes. Ind.: Emma n Her- dining the village school, -Now, chil-
,,,_ Itsa .'la. a Jan. 11 -Ju-ge Eve- i n aen. Evansville. Ind.:; Wm. '. Au. dren, can you tell me what a miracle
W. T Maxwell of the supreme couit of g hinb.ugh. Hagerstown. :' one another,
'ti, i ta ys that in ta f. a.ys h ill TAR AND W INE Rers. Jacksonville: Ths. H. Irvine. The chlilren loke-d at one another
hC"n, th. gorn,,dr hi1 ".butremained silent.
,,,, ,, ,,' ,,,,- his re . Of eI h sill-a -tle-i Jul J,,hn AU. hin,.t-los. N-ew Yeerk: '. the new curate asked., who was stand-
OCALI.ffty Ilaiket. h an-I the* gui'-a n-hi- uemJu z u- h rea Oa Rke d b y momaltaghaa, Taanl'.c t question
WAGON I ,,. n ius J.e- -s. he, su. -*.,,.l JuI. eIJfdy, backed by more than II. I.h el. olIer: J. .;. :iaskin. D.un- ing behind the S luire's daughter.
t., a %.It a, iruit jurg.n tiltha. th it-l a O o Of FAo- little girl wa.ns sudde',lly struck
tLk ,Wa d rSunday anWK; :fith aexi ybriliiarit idea. Lh4e h-iHd up her
W. F. McATEER. Proprietor als sign. and the- twc,, wcill folm a da capital. Look at the ., laker. Levo,,. Fl;, : F. hand excitedly.
,,.,atne:shil f,4r. the ,.t,i.... f ,, ames of the gente e llain.,ai t. Plm Ite, h: i-'. W. King. aWell, Nili e? the squire's daughter
ll. ... 1 th and rubber e. asked. smiling appruovingly.
n. t0 t i.:" tI:..a t aight. Who COmpose this COm- .! Ma'n: ituln h;t0-s andi wife. Virgin- "Please. miss." rthe small child re-
Sh 4 I i.,: F. Ri<,. Atlanta: II. S. Walker. plied breathlessly. "mother says 'twill
llac e .Ii -: h,,'., I --lie i i,' NIGHT WAS HER TERROR DLtlV and Sth if this i.
___ WAS HER TERROR pay dsee if Is N ..e I T. M. Armist.-al. be a miracle if you don't marry the
i'..... t l .t-,-t + in t a tcwn. ould co"cugh se--rly I) n-Ight long-" not a ff ctenarant tee J S truggs. Live ak. Fl.: E H. new curate."--London ;lolbe.
%%h a i ty a*helr ih It;i4- f tiuneore: M. H. l*hanil>- s. A.
H Ih..- t.w tLt .i ks-niths i town. 'rite.s Mrs. 'has. A-ppleiate of Alex- of merit. ,r ,, l -,- AReconised It.
I*- ki t it f \. .n. luet:y a. tl t atl i.i. Ind.. "and could hardly ge-t ay WM. S. Joi'Hl .\ N I':s.. .inkik r an i rut t. St. ke. la. "T is." ma iled tie fond youn wif
a : ;. ;., :.: -. i:: l.n;t;n :- sl.ep. I had consumption i so ad that t.' st. as h pased a plate of dessert to her
S1h,,alf-.;: : if l wa.tlk-d a ll.t, k 1 would cout -, h .\ i;1. "M. \ .:.. 1':..s.. W o.,i .le V B TT iusbanl. -" is cottage pudding. I made
EVERY BOTTLE it mnvself."
I,., an,. k::,' i -, ,:,. k-timtthi:,, frightfully and- spit 1lee, d. but. wV. .n1 .Me-:, h.,.. Th. I it lf. fi.
,: TI th n :.e .-ks west of ill ther medicines failed. three I1 .. J. WI1.1.1A MS. t. -r:es. e'om- The man ta.zted of it.
iOf Chamberlain's Cough Remedy War- I'l 1have kn.wn it W;T cottage pud
"t .itr .' l Se-a. bottles of r. Kitg' Nevw Nis.5 very : -.-:... a;. s- .a : ranted dinl ." hle ase rtt,. ure'- Ife an- I;ne I ,I 1:. \ -. SP ui: :Y. T s. -' .;.. ': uval 1 e ,You would" 1..e ke-' .'.!'nimt.e.l.
I- l.unt s. It is ..bsoutely gu.l an:v ,- W- e u e. every b,,;t ,f ,'h.r- Ye-s. I can t: t: t the p :;-te-r iand the
I W L -,TY E- t- t' ,ue ett ths. Ce'elg I*.tT II; .-m;i. THe A5 .\ PAVIS. S., y .,;.! Mgr.. Pub- Ie ant-'.w ,- "ug emedyi an, il! wall r-aper \VLWat !.I1d yc-ut d,() .4, thtli-
E. F'. \V ILBR K ht hitiAs inl .i!l .: L! I.u:;:e s:-fh.- f y t ny-n *h hies ad te -ks f te cLi..--
t out.l*.s. :i,' e .01c. an llI $1. Trial bot- I. M MILL..AN. V: .*.-P: .. 'on- ftr using t'v thl is f ey:"-Judg.
S :: ;,.. t he A t:-M .no;,,,ly Drug- s N :.. th- ntnten This !: th, b- t re:: iy
Ss, V -- V I-I: I - n. M-: a : h, w'-ii t- : Ia g::;.;,-. ,,ahs. The Sweet GIrls.
W.-'.Ly'm.nIb: 1.1'..PNI.K.ttr -.-,ul tc :e.e I iztevening I
I'ainter and in:te ior decorator. II !:. -. F'TV -i ..-::, -an I I %U w lc a n i 'c ing rt.ugh an-I K tt e- ?ti]t rI e vening I
I'AII:R II.\N;ING. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON N ... ....I i .-nt |n- af.e t .l wi t t nt!. :nr Ile said
THE SEABOARD AIR LINE I-- 1a C A.I!:I- ; ". -. .: '.rnk e-.f .r"y n -- n- y .f ,-- ,,.:1 t. ".:t sa e t .t year.
KAI.-OMINING M .:;i:.c :: -< K:tt.e-I l-. k dn- r-ut I.! tase


may Lae r ;-a-'ed ae- .!n, you


Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis





W\'hat a- *ue-stl:.' We n hear the
.ns \,.-r \ .lli:r fr,-m a
thioat.; "Yes." N.xt qu-seti,,n. *"D),
y.u li.k T..r'. tcan-ly "' Still the
s.imtn answ;v r. I;.H*,-I ie.tsnii-it's t'ian.
it's sweet-t. it's the sutlinmati-on of pur-
ity ait the, minimum cof tprie. N,,
$son why you ,houlin't-f-very re ison
v hy y,-u sho ul--lbuy c.uily of

We wai.nt to do a bigger business than
t-ve-r and we w:a.t every builder and
I--rson interested in building to know
that -%e- are Tpre;pared to render them
the most efficient service in prompt de-
liveries of the very bhst yellow pine
mnouldings. mill work. shingles and of
(veiything of wood needed In the
buil-ling trade.


Mw Deyo,

GRADE.. a l
The Celebrated
Havana Cigars

Ocala, --- Florida.

0 Comine:

racial Bank y


OCL f kqM#rs

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*- d


undork- aIne wSWOppl *y nO
or of the s*ote off i c2 1
after the pubkadlcem of0b1
letters patent fuer te a:n

cepy ofma repsw -cb-r
Loe cmand te d aM .
We. the undersalgn= gI
of n e o inh beepO G o
laws of thestate 9VW M 1

The namnt of a OW ePU -
be Mariont Land a"t D G> :
Spany. and its pri-Fepl plasm I1.
'neqs shall be In Orala, UwS 61.
The directors y yIII11 1 d1 lif
places of busiasn. em-W M
points within the astte 0f 9Mggg 40
they may deem m.scamMny.

The general off c ftur Of l 0 -
to be transacted Ite -
1. To adrito re I=MIn -i tS Wi
Florida by Iprchb s 1ef Wr, a1 i iiM
Tbcho buy and s ali l h t of p98i0
sonal and real p-o pe. ty.
3. To own and epate a A. lhA-
4. To prospect sad -f
5b. To do aty atnd aM t~~
able and neces sary

Tnpurposes herein set at A
The amount of capital s011-1
ihed is seven thiemed aMu (i111
divded into seventy 470) tageO Oft
par value of one btuned
erty atna yvaT etoS ted .. "1 WI
D.irptorqat a meet in eaC salel O
The tdi rm for wbk.etbhI
is to exist is ninety-me781
to be conducted Wga u1MISM-i
president and geaers- amemmfsl.o
tary and treasurer, ad a bow o4
three or more than wafts Pon ft
Selected aththe annua m.<
stockholders. to be held sa the 111
Tuesday In March of emeb Fre w.

lowing named oiee wes4ar0111
those annually elect" NNW e ...
fled. vis: R. S. Ham. w preds~: gAf
D. Roberteson vice presignt agl g=m.
secretary and treasurer. and 3. 5& f
John D. Robertson and WihN DuB
er. directors.
The highest amnoet of as001s1mes
to which this corpOratiS af a t#A W

Si tim.- subject Itlif i sevew t
dollars (S70.)
0 AiRTWIC 7.
The names and place of sl_
of the amsbuoribers te r wth ft-
amount of capital stMak gbsd be
by each In as fl Uqw.
J D. Robertsn. 0-t& MS. n
PR. Hall. Oralt. P. iS gfg t
William Hocker, Or-as a1 a
shares. t


- S50.000.00





I have a great quantity of
second hand furniture, much
of it as good as new, all
manner of articles and


Wil sell at almost your own price





St;!te. of Florida. "
i Ma:rion County.
i e-fore me. the ~we
, personally appeared L -L N g l
I0. Remh-'rtson and Wijllinse bS
me well known to be th
who signed the foru'ega
-charter. who severally
in. that they signed the beW
purposes expresed tbhrti.
I further certify tMhat I I a W
missioned notary pMdlcMle ina= w
state and county arwealt :
my -ommissimo does s age":
th.- 1th day of Februaery. -I
In witness whereof I w --
set my hand and aU a
!-al this the 2 d day of4 J-l-j
(Setl. T. T. e "*;

Tax Deed ader SStmB S tfsl
ter 4888. Laws of IT l
Notice Is hereby 0ftm 00
Ramsdell, purchaser f inC a:M
No. I19). dated the md u f o ji
D. 1901, has led sand e" r g-avo
office, and less bm ees apgg e

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Ocala Eveulng Star, Monday, January 11, 1904.

a & eer= IL IL O Wll

L ~If ia saw de an sew mew" a
tS im mt .a ---

* t P~u upwm
"aI nmwst WM Mr. a Mr
Mage ES em as "nr hom. atteam
-:-"oet ONia t obafewlvastat
N6 ia ti Mr. t ine. t- eanul a
SheW -m ul m mh erty dais otr
b t~s to Ww ih bm hMn eDmth
Shem. mat Abwve.. as a spa
SAN, oft Silber. UP. WIP401 which
"It U Ka 1 1 M iteha01 at wht Ito
low m. -- Sts's Prryo the
ouaft -w. In sMAMs -an se4
msin.e m peamsU a pPlatato em
for M- 8s hes ROW Several
m I. Mer he wiM his bher.s remsIed
to &- teftemsmeritra atMr. W.
MAABIDEAU ~Peraos"t meL In 186 beI

tepae~ e h ic he
do Pine sioa.f b
W mom Mwe mas a oarmsed deo-ta
derl atm MASS

wo a ter m oolhi PN M Ges
0b her pmeones been atbe Distrit.
In M. CA weris. At erst wmet gIt
WIN D agP INifam" attractiemnth I
ie mn~tgM. which eOr eoer it-I
Oru n twbeern east lmmersu eatI
of SAs bu sam happlamee, a cern-
mbl h let b osthy to he respected
ma ht Auw it se das ahymmenalI
L8s104Ns, al a t martial rela-

_mi amm m r
Mlim Mr. W aism Lucius was a rave
agAler durinr uOe w le "wara memberI
of L KM. C. Cotesmpameyot fthe
sal eme, thD ipure treumsent
Wlk lsh emsuA lWebrt banaeck ence led
M M mN m is which. hard sght
MINe he hwia1s 1 r0gadler War. Mr.I
I maggab with - the high
eoAleesoa n w b he h111 Ge1m5 n 3.-l-
aim% a saMier a" e-ttia -a"8 meemr
Wilk f .Im to the fact that all
nm pe ms they have ever been the I
S, mb os atS sa.. Mr. Lucis t maIt
Woul ewlof the am that his cemingI
In MWI" e m=t pas dates General1
$S1lledM e uit two years, eu as Gem-
rmEW resd Isf that of the olest Mv-I
W ee ss .f the etmem Mr. Lucieso
O'th dtdeMe. Altheagk 76 years
efI. t n Ledus Is quite actlm ande
O w- se. e Charles. conducts hig
tN The writer weca. wlth plea.s-
uie ~S W t to" atwIety Years age ts
eM* he mb e tMr. L[leacqualtt-
si at WWtese. ML new U omeriei- ,
Sbu Ufrsaal tohe state, and threuch
as dtea Years he has enjoyed tde re-
epeead wiskes ot thls eseemeat

Coem~an. Mar one eawl kindly with
Mm und bbMs me eelpmneet, and give
Son eams to euger the rmapect and
doweles eg bW aw leftaned
les e thmir Mloes. PFr the day so
mumpitr spen thaksae aredme Mr.
W K. I iclus, whe pBted uas across

Shbemse sunday atterneoo
we meema eset Mr. Pratt, who was
iwrle Ms pnmeae s oeut abowg the
ag. eol"t Asas to the Piawr.
two mike weft Of Belle-
Use* WberJ Mr. Pfatt is establishMi
IA astarlsP r barser He aas
%mow"uh wOe M over and says he has
~u"''3fame~ the placehe seuffht for
Weem The bealishInea good one. His
emnt hboe casists oe o a@ty srere
wbichI hbprt et the eM dBeckett plea-
Galle, mmd with several mere "alatiee"
w& Mr. P. he hist simd's eye, he
pupesse to k few yearns to establish a
m~meelsha ba-rn, ead i cesmient of

-ebels, teI mad the present pop-
~ sscttoMat-oueauty a study,
M M hehs ah few ie that the
Mety me ceuld incor~porate into
M rea iqdtes mad con-
F ainuacl wi egh-es preht to the
sas payers of tthe ceulty and the
-~~ emues o hard esurfaced
Sputo aim The editor of thte
Sta sepube advisevl whem he asurers
Mr. Pratt that eam views the may have
an --~rst eijlset will receive
Semest respectful hearing, and if his
Mm8 are Sa toprovWernet on any *en-
BSS ret ad eetructioa shows to
date, they wW secure the tight of way.

Mr. C. Msse. me at the pioneer
ofUdilkview inth t city
toly. Spiking at the lotedisastrous
be. he aid be believed It oriiatnted
b-RG a 196d "dlear stumnp that was
Mws I the corner of the coumms-
Sy where te Sesr had been saturat-
a wtoh BMS a task which feomerly
GU there. He said It was only by
the maet persistent and heroic efortsa
O/ Pe-aee d the id of the town's
fife eaftss that the re was kept
SaspmWeadfig. He said the side of
Sebuig d the BelUevew Trading
CSM 1r 1 ai4 t at Peter Jones. the
dower. wVOW at time so hot at times
that0m0 ClOM hMMbear his hands on
be waL me espresd dissatistac-
tM M wthe tow ceuc purchasing
these ebedel egime but said had
It uat bMet l er hem all ef the town of
smewt wed be ina ashes today.
0 of bthe grtmet lesesn from the
Se at mhast rgretted s tlae town
MrbrY. It was the west ia Marion
F -. The pestutice sate was open-
e meit we faend that the content

maeib his wasomt past rpa cgnI.
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Ma aD. A. Mlur and Gee. G.
Kases have masseceld themselves
-ator transact a general e'-
ebasse breherage bminess. They
bave resm n the Union Mblock. The
Star wishes tbhe excellent gea: en*,n
guest srnoes

The bueaest and mightleet little
tMh that ever was maie is Dr. King's
New me Pilla. These ple change
wekmm into strength. listlekaess In-
to ery. braln-fag into mental pow-
er. They're wonderful nl building up
the health. Only 2Sc. per box. Sold by
the Anti-Momopoly Drugstore.

William Jennings Bryan arrived In
New York Saturday from his European
trip, where he visited ten capitals and'
the distinguished men of those nations.
He thought Mr. Balfour. England's
prmieTr, the moat scholarly man he
had ever met. He spent fourteen hours
with Count Totatel. the great Russian

Cease to be simple. If at all prolonged.
The safet way is to put them aside at
the very beginning. Ballard's Hore-
bound Syrup stops the cold and re-
moves the cause for cold. 25c.. 60c..
and $1 a bottle at Anti-Monopoly

Alexander Dowle is trying to found a
new Zon on Matagorda Island, on the
coast of Texas.

Mrs. Johanna Soderholm" of Fergus
FIls. Minn., fell and dislocated her
shoulder. She had a surgeon get it
back to place as soon as possible. but
It was quite sore and pained her very
much. Her son mentioned that he had
seen Chanberlain's Pain Balm adver-
tised for sprains and soreness, and she
asked him to buy her a bottle of it.
which be did. It quickly relieved her
and enabled her to sleep which she
bad not done for several days. The
901 was so much pleased with the relief
It gave his mother that he has since
recommend It to many others. For sale
recommended It to many others. For
sale by all druggists.

Democratic leaders have practically
agreed that the democratic national
convention shall be held In Chicago.
The republican national convention
will also be held there.

"For years fate was a~ter me con-
tinauously." writes F. A. Gulledge. Ver-
bena. Ala. "I had a terrible case of
Piles. causing 24 tumors. When all
failed. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
me." Equally good for Burns and all
aches and pains. Only 25c. at the An-
ti-Moeopoly Drugstore.

The steamer Clallam. on her way
from Alaska to Seattle, went down in
the icy waters of the strait of San Juan
de FIca, Friday night, and with her
65 of her passengers and crew.

Editor Joe Humphries of the Brai-
destown Journal is spoken of a a
probable candidate for State Senator.
He is a good man. well equipped and
would make a fine official.

We have received the following letter
from Mr. Roy Kemp of Angola. Ind.:
"I was in bed four weeks with la grippe
and I tried many remedies and spent
considerable for treatment with phy-
stilans, but I received no relief,until
I tried Foley's Honey and Tar. Two
small bottles of this medicine cured
me and now I use it exclusively in my
family." Take no substitute. Sold by
the Postoffice Drugstore.

Haf and Htf.
The dyspeptic may well be represented
ctail" "as besa half masculine and
f feminine, and combining the least
desire characteristics of either sex.
He has all the stubbornness of the man
with the peevish ir.
liability of a sick
woman. He's not
company at
Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery
cures dypepsia ana
other d iese of the
atedl orgas of die -
ties and natriton.
It reews physical
health which carries
with it cheerfulness -
of temper, and makes
ia plea instead
of a penance.
The *Discove"t
purlfes the blood by .
4imweatutg the cor-
rapt and poisonous
accumulations from
which disease is bred.
It increases the ac-
tivity of the blood-
making glands, so
increasing the supply
of pure rich Mbood, which gives life to
every organ of the body. It gives new
life and new strength.
eYour 'Goldea Medical Discovery ha, per-
hfrmed a wonderful cure," writes M' M H.
Ronne, of CarlestaM, Franklin Co.. Ark. "I had
the wrt caseof dypepsia. the doctors say. that
Uey ever Bw. After trying seven doctors and
ewth I could hear o. with no benefit. I
ttr4 D4r Ie C'a Golden Medical Discovery and
now I am cured.,
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med-
ical Discovery." There is nothing"just
as good" for diseases of the stomach,
blood and lungs. f
The Common Sense Medical Adviser,
zooS large pages in paper covers, is sent
free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to
e expertise of mailing only. Address
. Pierce, Bufalo, N. Y.

This Dsdeadly Fusg Resembles eSv.
eral edible mushrooms.
Perhaps the most deadly of the pot-
sonous fungi of our woods and! fields
Is the fairly well known death cup I
(Amanita phalloldes,. particularly dan
gerous from its resemblance to several
of the edible mushroom. though gath-
ering fungi for the table should be
undertaken by none save those thor-
oughly acquainted with the different t
species, as it is altogether too easy for
the ignorant enthusiast to make an er-
ror which may prove fatal to his
The death cup referred to has a
round cap. white. yellowish oir gren-
Ish in color, and the stemr has a swollen
base, surrounded by an envelope. or
veil. of a white tilly substance. which
parts as the stalk extends upward.
This stalk is pithy when; y,,:>un. but
hollow at maturity, and the gil.s of the
cap, which In the meadow mu.brox,1
are pink or brown, are white in the
deadly variety, as are also the spores.
which can be plainly seen if the cu.a
is laid. gills downward, on a piece of
colored paper for a few hours. The
swollen, or bulbou,. base is a distin-
guishing characteristic, and no fungus
of that appearance should le gathered
for cooking. One of the liabilities is
that these caps may be broken off
without due observance of its base.
which is often covered with earth or
dead grasses. hence not distinguished
from some of the lepiotas, which, how-
ever, are never surrounded with the
filmy veil of the death cup.
The poisonous property of this funi-us
is largely the same as that fund in the
venom of a rattlesnake and also in
cholera and diphtheria, and so far sci-
ence is unable to produce any satisfac-
tory antidote, atropine, the stomach
pump and oil purgatives being about
the only resources.-Washingtuon Post.

The Quaint Story of Peach Blossom.
the Family Drudge.
In Korea the people tell a Cinderella
story that is much more ancient than
that familiar to western people. The
key of the latter story is the slipper.
but not so theirs. Peach Blossom, the
Korean Cinderella's name, was the
family diudge. One day as tlhe moth.
er was starting off with the favorite
daughter to a picnic she said to Peach
Blossom, "You must not leave until
you have hulled a bagful of rice and
filled the broken cruck with water."
While sitting there bemoaning her hard
lot she heard a twittering and a flut-
tering of wings. Looking up. she saw
a flock of sparrows pecking the hulls
off the ri'e. Before recovering from
her surprise a little Imp Jumped out
of the fireplace and so skillfully re-
paired the crock that but a few min-
utes of work was required to fill it
with water. Then she went to the pic-
nic and had a royal time.
On another occasion the mother said.
"You must stay until you have pulled
up all the weeds in the field." This
time a cow came out of the forest and
ate up the woods in ten mouthfuls.
Peach Blossom followed the cow into
the woods and was led to wlhre there
was an abundance of ripe, luscious
fruit. Gathering a large quantity, sihe
went to the fete and was the most wel-
come guest. Her Jealous sister asked
about it and. on heing told. determined
she would get some of this fruit for
When the next gala day came the
sister stayed at home and let Peacnh
Blossom go. The cow came out of the
woodasas before, and the sister follow-
ed it through tangled brlir and thorn
bushes, with the result that her face
was much scratched and her skuin deep
beauty all gone.-Exchange.

A La Man.
On a hot summer's day a gentleman
who was waiting for his train at one
of our country stations asked a porter
who was lying on one of the seats
where the station master lived, and the
porter, not moving, lazily pointed to
the house with his foot.
The gentleman, very muci struck at
the man's laziness, said. "If you can
show me a lazier action than that, my
good man. I'll give you two and six-
The porter, not moving an inch. re-
plied, "'Put it in my pocket, guv'nor."-
London News.




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8arion Hardware co.

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 decision will
be favorable to the

Therefore we court careful
comparison. We know they
are not Equaled.

We al-o carry a fll line of


A Complete linc of .Builders and General Hardware Farming Tooels
Guns and Ammunition.



Jeffords Building.


w having i"b" ou.le.erWanl 'C hiew-f
sin -O mouth* man twi-ma restui e of wSmemb
eastmb an.t dy*Veedea. 1tiuk a we=of1 aviso be
I have, takes Sumoer..'ao s.eiedeiu
bus with-put avail andi I On5ooe4 Skeareasggg
amwoo in a u" mesahm b
Jma"S in..NW rUs, L.JUMV CW. 3L .

N6yIM sicken., Weak..or Gripe. lb. l. 3016
sold t buIL siTb. um~e sub ~o am
lbmm..4 esnto um row jourmousy Mush.
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Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machinery

Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages


Building Materials, Every Kind and Description


Phosphate Plants Installed Complete


Sold by WM. ANDOEROM, Oeal

i We defy the world to prodte a
medicine for the cure of all nom ef
Kidney and Bladder troubles, aI i
diseases peculiar to womes, thU w
equal Smith's Sure Kidkey Ca.
iNinety-eight per cent. of tM e
treated with Smith's Sure Klaey
'.Cure that have cowe under our b-
Sservation have been cured. We s4N
* utir medicine on a positive uree,
'if directions are followed, mad oy
will be refunded if cure is sot afi-
Price 50 rents and $1. For sale by
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. .

AD3D0& FleordaRy
Sim1on Piure IFertilizerm "sman" im R.
ARE TIME-TRIED AND CROP-TESTED Sehedues in effect June 28. IQO


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J. T. Lavelgne. the proprietor of the
Oxford smithery. was here county com-
mtssloners'day. Mr. Laveigne has one
of the best shops in South Florida.
strictly up to date in every particular.
and he is reaching out after business.
His new arrangement for setting bug-
gy and wagon tires without heating is
one of the latest additions to his al-
ready well furnished shop. By this
process a tire i- set exactly right and
the wheel is not injured in any way.
and it is done "while you wait."-Sum-
terville Times.

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

PIT. the new game. can be had at
the Postoffice Drugstore.

The handsomest line of buffets chi-
na closest. dining room chairs and ta-
bles. rocking chairs, reception chairs,
ets.. that this portion of the state has
ever seen just received by Melver &

A case of smallpox has appeared in
Wesleyan Female College. Macon. Ga.

Beautiful rugs. druggets. aofa pil.
lows. footstools. etc.-ell right for
Christmas oresents-at Mclver A Mare


Another Name For It.
The veterinary made a critical ex-
amination of the ailing steer.
Here and there, wherever the demar-
cation of a bone was visible, he at-
tempted to pinch the skin.
But It would not work.
"What is the matter with It?" asked
the owner of the steer.
"He has what would be called 'con-
servatism' In a mian. But as he is only
a dumb brute we say le is hidebound."
-Baltimore American.

Expert Testimony.
"To settle a bet." said the visitor,
"how long can a man go without
"Ask the man over there." said the
snake editor.
"Is he the editor who answers ques-
"No; he's a poet." Philadelphia
Her Idea of It.
Mrs. Noorich-That picture's one of
the old masters'.
Norah (the new maid)-Well. It can't
be of any value, ma'am. or sure he'd
'av' taken It wid him whin he moved.-
Harper's Magazine.
For Good.
Maud-I understand you are about
to lose the young pastor that has been
preaching for you the last year or two?
Mabel-Yes. lie's going to be mar-
ried next week.-Chicago Tribune.

Editor Sherwood of the Live Oak
Democrat, who was in the city last
week. says in his excellent journal,
that "'next to Live Oak,. O.ala is the
most pirospei .ius city in Florida."

A special sale of furniture. new and
second hand. I must sell to make
room. Positively have no room to store
it. E. C. Smith, Ocala Furniture Co.


Between Jacksonville and the West,
Via Atlantic Coast Line
Atlantic Coast Line announces aihli-
tional sleeping .ar service to the West
via Dixie Flyer route. Effective IDe-
cember 15. and daily thereafter, slteep-
er will leave Jacksonville at :,i3 p. ni.
for St. Lout., via Tifton. Macon. At-
lanta. Chattanooga. Nashville and Mar-
tin, arriving at St. 1. uis 7:4"3 a. in.,
second morning.
This service- will become, evff" tiv>e
south bound first car to arrive Jackson-
ville December 19;.
A sleeping car line will he inaugurat-
ed between Jacksonville ..and Chit..ii,>:
first car leaving J.t-ksonvillI- e: e, p.
m.. December 16. and daily thenreaftt-r.
running via Tifton. Ma.on. Atlant.i.
('hattanou-ga. Nashvill'. 'v;>nsvill.'. ar-
riving at *'hicago 9:1. a.. in.. st-,.on'l
morning. South bhoutid first .ar in this
service will reach Jack.-sok~ illf %.4-, a.
m.. December B;.
These cars are in al'iition to th.,
present line between J.iks.n vill. al,
St. Louis viat Montgeinery. \\ hih
leaves and arrives at the sam.n- tiine- ts
the Dixie Flyer sleepers.
The C'hi':go an,! Flori'ia limit.!-.
Pullman vestibule train. wil l<-. initu-
gurated. first train leaving Chi';ag,- oen
January 4. first train le.tx i : S Au.-
gustine J.inuary 6. 19",4. This g t- s '-x-
cellent service between -'.ri t .in ;t '
West and N,'rthwest. \-; .\'. :,'.
Coast Line and ,,nn tin;s.


Schedule Effective November 29. 1903
Florida Southern Div:sion-No. 7-
north bound. arrives at 1 I. p tm a,.l
departs at 1:33 p. n:.. No :32. north.
bound, arrives a 1 I15 ainl 1.arts a
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Desulte Information.
"How much are these Scotch flan-
nels, please':" asked a vniaii in one of

nil" t. liep r ll t illJ t I ll|''1 o nLIe 1 ([ l
last week.
"This lady will show them to you."
airily replied the clerk, Indicatimtr with
an indifferent nod a girl abl'ut three
feet distant.
"But." lersisted the womnin. "I dlmn't
want to buy no4w. I s ;i'l]y \. ,nt to
know how inuclih they :nIr-.''
"Oh. diff-r.-nt pri .-n.l ni ," w." i W
the nonchlialant answer. Nkw York
A Judae of Human Nature.
"IDoctor. tell utw' honestly whether
nmy health Is inpr,,ving ,or lnt."
"My dear sir. you're getting on ft-
"You are nut slfaking the truth. d' '-
tor, but I cau tell with'tt your assist-
antc whether I ami getting better tir
"How can y,,u jju'i.e' "
"ly th:.e kihavi.,r of my hvir-."-
Paris Gaiul,.is.

The Serious Part of It.
A,'t, r-Hl irry. ,*r wv, "!: '-.'' T', train
A. tr, ss-l <.u'tt ':d : :.y d:::,.. n:d.l or

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Ocala Eveang Star, Monday, Jaary it, 1904.

e -ther. cabbage at the Hole In the

l-hkLn.r.-r bakes the best bread,
cakes, pie,. etc.

c. H. Dame is recovering from a
week's illness.

'ol. T. P. Lloyd if Inverness was in
the city today.

Mr. T. bishop of Dunnellon was in
the city today.

The most elegant display of candy
la town at Dame's.

Thomas Sexton went down to the
Gem mines yesterday.

PIT, the new game. can be had at
the Postoffice Drugstore.

Mr. Haughton spent Sunday in the
city with his family.

Books are our specialty-all kinds
ot books. Ockala News o.

Mosmra. W. N. and '. C('amp went to
[unnedllon this afternoon.

Plae candies, fresh and of excellent
quality, at the French bakery.

Blank books of all kinds. We
headquarters. Oc-ala News Co.


Mr. SimIUpn. the sawmill man of
We'irda le. was in the city today.

Remember the French bakery for
your holiday supply of cakes, etc.

Pure. wholenwMme bread. baked fresh
every day. at <%. N. Schlemmer's.
The ost complete line of toilet arti-
cles In the city at Tydiags & Co.

Mr. Dell Moody came up Sunday
fe'm Itelleview to visit his mother.

New copyright fiction, the latest ani
nmot popular works. (kala News Co.

Rev. and Mr'. Jones of Kelleview
slw'nt Suniday with friends In 0k'ala.

Handsome parlor lamps, jardialeres
nd toilet sets at Melver & MacKay's.

PRotmnaster ;Ir'oves of (kala sent tc
IlmtKtevew today $30 worth of stamps.

I'aftruised rooms for light house-
kee-Ing. Ailey to J. Starr Sternber-
S aer.

The- Marion farnims have recently
hoMught mre land adjoining their plrolp-

The best line of gift books we have
ever displayed, at the Postoice Drug-

The Star hears with regret of the ill-
twns of Mrs. Ilyman and her three chil-

Evealags at 8. The Hardman Pl-
sno Player. Hear it. Ocala Music

Mmt. 0. M. Eiton and little son. Os-
car, retuniwl this morning from Ho-

Purst drugs carefully compounded.
In uar prescription department. Ty-
dimg & Co.

taidn. M. V. It. Van'Ness cane up frown
'itrusi county tlktiy for a few days*

You can get what you want now.
We have it. Ocala Music Company.

Malliwy hI.idaon. who, has teen in the
1ity for lht pastt week. r-eturniie to Par-
ilh tolaly.

The bandsomest line of gift umbrel-
las ever seen in Ocala from $5 up, at
A. E. Burnett s.

G;.*e. <. M:athvt s blis taken the .igen-
vy I O. of *' in.inati.

We will gret for you in short notice
any sedek that is in print if we do not
habi. it in stock. itialzi News C'..

oii, oft the tn.-rr. >-onvicts at the hoes-
lital of it.. M.atia jo fa.rm ,itl.t S.tur-
da;y iight ian-I was bur'edl yesterday.

Home made almond macaroons. la-
dy fingers. chocolate and jelly layers
for the holidays. at the French bakery.

Mims litssic, M.i'cKt.y of ti-ala visited
her aunt. Mrs ;. T.inkersley. dur-
ilg the. holil.,ysi.-Suntiterville Times.

FOR RENT--Chtoice front offices on
tbth second and third floors of the
Bapist Witness building Apply at
this office.

Dr. Itlnth w.s iilso ontrnhutor to-
w ;f'l the '.ui, ha.'*- ,,h.tiir f'it n 1'i''" i4,.lpnItl iby the hite
*l > I.'nr.


ugnit ousekeeping; also a few fur-
nished rooms. Apply to J. Starr Stern-


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


The Carmlchael & Son Co. keep
constantly on hand. receiving a fresh
supply every two days, delicious, pure
Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents pet
pound, ke-pt on tee. Phone No. 37.


For the very best. personally select-
ed genuine Rocky Ford cantaloupe

The Ocala camp of Confederate vet-
erans. Major G. M. Hubbard. com-
m:tnder. called a meeting this morning
to take steps to properly note the pass-
ing of their great generals. Longstreet
and Gordon. and for this purpose there
will tw a meeting of the Ocala camp
next Monday. January IS,. at- 44 a. m.,
in the city hall. Every member of the
(cala camp. and other C'onfederates
not mnenilbes. are earnestly r(luested to
be present.

If you wish a good drink of milk,
try the Ocala Jersey Creamery. Pure
milk. IDelivery made every morning.
1). M. iHoney. Proprietor.

Mrs. Abson aild children and children

seed in quantities to suit and at rea- will leave in a short time for England
sonable prices, call on or address Lee to reside indefinitely.
Howell. Anthony, Fla.
1DETE('TIVE-Ct'n you spare part of
The jury in the circuit court Satur- your time for profitable detective work.
day found t'alit. Frank Lyons guilty of ti actt unelor orders? No experience
selling liquor illegally. He was recomn- needed. Write American Detective As-
n ldedl to the mer'y of the court. sociation, Indianapolis, Ind.

STATIONERY Mrs. Thomas Sexton and children
--ent to Citrus county Saturday to viis-
A beautiful line of stationery-As it her sister.

fine as can be found in town-at T/-
dings & Co.


You can get what you want now.
We have it. Ocala Music Company.

'W. n. Fuller spent Sunday in the citEy
Tickets can be had of Miss Jessie C. with his family. Mr. Fuller has been
Maughs at the A. C. L. Ocala House i suffering for the past week with a huge
office for single persons or parties who carbuncle on his neck.
desire to take a trip on the launch I'n-
dine from Silver Springs to the Ockla- Exquisite line of sterling silver nov.
waha river. Call on Miss Maughs or elties and toilet articles at A. E. Bur-
the undersigned for further particulars. nett's.
Holtzelaw and Nelson,
Silver Springs, Fla. William Tucker has put in a stock
of fresh meats at his stall in the city
Dr. Watson. who lost all his office market, and has employed Alonzo
effe .. wardr.-.- et .. i. ,th. I., Walker as his butcher.

Itelleview fire. became so excited when
aroused to nis sense of personal dan-
ger that he seized a chair in each hand
and flew for safety. forgetting all about
his trunk, which contained $300t in


Hot drinks of all kinds at Troxler's.

At Dame's. for 3eic. a peck-good ones.


Also wood for fireplace, either pline
or oak. or mixed if desired. Delivered,
promptly to any part of town. Giles
and Co.. Phone No. 7S.

Veteran Jo Bwrumby of Marshville
is assisting Mr. Kline in p.acking his
household effects. and' will I
the car, int. ruling Mr. Kline's horse, to
Queei A.inne. MdI.. Mr. an-I Mrs. Kline's
INetw home, in a few day.t


Buy your holiday goods now. We
have them. Ocala Music Company.

Rev. Holl ngshead of Ormond. who
has been visiting friends at Spring
Park and Ocala. will tarry with friends
at Itelleview this week.

The Ocala Jersevy creamery can sup-
ply a few more customers who appre-
ciate good stall fed milk or cream.
ltkst of care given to the handling of
milk. Ii. M. Boney. Proprietor.

The Married l-ilies' Whist Club re-
o.rganized Weldnesday for the winter.
They held their meeting with Mrs. H.
S. Char:imnlrs. who won first prize. Mrs.
*'. I.. ;a.mnsby will entertain the club
on the L'.th.

Elegant line of rings, watches and
diamonds at A. E. Burnett s.

F. W. I iito is having the 1). A. Cole.
cottage in the second ward paperel
an,! painted inside. It will be occupied
by E. W. Davis. This house was built
1b Rtev. J A_ HAt-nlry butr iv. ne-ver

The pleasure launt h Alman is noti on u ite .ii.het inside.
,luite finished inside.
Silver Sprins.. for charter bly the hour
or day. Hunting and fishing parties a th at the le i the
specialty. Rates reasonable. W Nrth t th leinthe
\\ iWall.
guarantee to ple.ise you. Give us a
call. Pierce & F-'armer.
.11r. Cl.aue Caml-ltell. assistant man-
Telephone or write to the springs. of th.' o later works, ts-
S- orte!l his mnithtr nl I. sister. Hazl. to

PROFESSIONAL CAR A DS iner.h. r t .v" .isite.I frit-'.s. Mr
t'. .sN'- th,. grsty.'. ,t f t%.tlelfr .'ra look-
ing -- in'.
For : htad taste In the nouth telk.
*DENTIST+ i a few -loses of- 'hAff.--r lam's Sw,,'-ih
Office Over Munroe & Chambliss- .n I '-r T,al-'-ts. P ,-.. -5 ,en.
Bank. Ocala, Florila. W.~rr.,t..t- t.,, I.- '' .,v -:




How -Rzeelsor," the *Wreek of the
Hesperus" and the "Old Clek oem
the Stair" came *. os Writtel.
-"Ie *aidse" Was era of sorrow. I


Washington. Jan. 11.-Partly cloudy Mr. R. C. Ridge of Belleview. one of
tonight. with rain in central and the best of men. has gone into farming
southern portions, and cooler; Tuesday. and stock raising in earnest. He has
fair and cooler in central and southern provided himself with improved ma-
portions. chinery. and expects, with the aid of
one man. to crop 20 acres of oats.. 25
HOW'S THIS? acres of corn. 24 acres of melons and
acres of cassava. tith a liberal acre-
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re age of velvet beans. Now that our peo-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can- pie are preparing to apply themselves
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. in earnest in agricultural pursuits we
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0. trust that their labors will be crowned
We. the undersigned, have known with success Mr. Ridge feels confi-
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and dent he is the first man in Marion
believe him perfectly honorable in all county, twenty-two years ago. to grow
business transactions and financially strawt--rries for shipment. At that
able to carry out any obligations made time a Mr. Gafford of Kansas. and a
by their firm. neighbor of Mr. Ridge's. was also a
West & Truax. Wholesale Druggists, I successful grower of this delicious
Toledo, O. fruit. Mr. Ridge is not satisfied with
Walding. Kinnan & MarvIn, Whole- I the honor of being the first grower of
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0. strawberries for shipment in' Marion
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- county, but claims the honor of raising
nally, acting directly upon the blood the first crop of velvet beans fifteen
and mucous surfaces of the system. years ago for stock feed. If Mr. Ridge
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per had done nothing else to promote the
bottle. Sold by all Druggists. material interests of Marion county he
Hall's Fiamnily Pills are the best. is worthy of honor, but he still keeps
at the work. having in his pastures 55
Mr. J. J. Tillis, the tie contractor of head of cattle. 35 head of sheep and 40
Lady Lake. who was in the hospital head of hogs. with which to feed the
for a few days for treatment under Dr. hungry, and is running a dairy that
Newsom for a carbuncle on his lip. re- supplies all Belleview with milk. It is
turned home Friday, greatly benefited, very evident the uncultivated lands of
Marion can accommodate a great num-
WANTED-Two traveling salesmen i her of people. Let them come and oc-
In each state. Permanent position; $60 cupy the waste places and all prove
and expenses. Central Tobacco Works. themselves Ridges of productive power.
Penicks. Va.
FOR SALE-A fine three-year-old
APARTMENTS FOR RENT filly; good size: unbroken; will sell
cheap for cash. Call on J. N. Edwards.
Nicely furnished apartments for near Williston, Fla. d2t.
near & 1--lliston_.,-I--. -d.t.




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Dinner Seta

S-!Toilet Soet


? no fins, ItchingUby
Skin Dieames.
SwIUn as. Carlacles, Pimple. es.rof la
Puftnaently cred by taian Botanic Blood Balm. It
tro7 the atUVT J'oO La the blood. If eou ,,ire
asbe and palM In bons. btok and joints. lehiiv
flabby Skin. Blood feel$ bat or thin. Swollen i.laids.
suits sad Bumps on the Skin. Macus Patrie ir.
Alouth. Sore Throat. Pimples or offerwe eruptions.
Copper-Coloed Spots or rash on Skin. all rn t-down. or
mterwT. Ulcer on any pant of the body. Ha. or Eye-
brows faui ng Ot. Carbantwle or Boi. take
Botanic Blood Balm, guaranteed
to care eventbe worst and mot edeep-ess
doctr, patient medlicmn. an bet sprni tiuL ilea;:i
all @e&s I ope 1 ache and pams. redu'es a&, swetl ngs.
makes blood puare and rich. completely chanings tl:e
-eate body into a elean. esathy condition. I. B. IP
has ured thousadsi of cases of Blood Poson ve after
reaching thea last ie.
Old Rhoematiam, Caterrb, Eeaema
a eamed by an awful polMned condition of the
Blood. .L B. I. stop* Hawkrw and Spitting. Itching
and Lcratching. Aches and Pain; ures Rlieuniat:sni.
Catsb ; hbeal al Scabs. Scales Eruptions. Watery
Blitterm foul feteringl Sore of Ecema; by Vvij a
par. healthy blood pply to affected pans
Cancer Cured
Botanic Blood Balm Cres Cancers of aU1 Kinds.
Supparing Swellints. Eating Sores, Tumors. u.;y
Claers. It kill the ancer Poison and beals the sont
or worst cancer perfectly. If you have a perbtu.t
Pimple, Wart. SwellinM Shooting, 9tin n.: PPaine
take Blood Balm and they will disappear before tLe
develop ilt Cancer. any apparent! liopt:c> cae- i
of cancer cared by taktag Botanic Blood Balm.

wq 1-tltr te taks.

Betase BlMed Balm (B.B.B.) Is
Pleasantans fe t take. Thelt y teltent fors y
COMo d Of PiIt BotaniL Ingrl inti Strengtheias
Weak kidnw and weak stonmare'. ""r dsr'pei-t..
Camlete directioM eo with each bottle. amplee
of .E. anm.sdi Pi lest met ire-r bh
writUg Blwml Balm Co.. Atlanta.4;.a. lNle5.r heot:
tMble. ana Iietal frft nm la,-al advice, to su.t ow
11se, a:&o ai6it s10 alled Iter.
-Sold by-
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ocala.

Tomorrow night. Tuesday. January
12. will be held at the armory a meet-
ing of .ill those w ho will take part in
the Ocala Rifles' minstrel show. Man-
ager Pittman desires a full attendance'
so that parts can be assigned, also to
determine oni the date when the per-
formance will be given. and fix nights
for rehearsals. Let the boys rally.

Pure drugs carefully compounded
in our prescription department. Ty.
dings & Co.

The Imard of education. consisting of
.Messrs. Scott, Illitch antd (Iranthani.
with countyy Superintendent 'arn.i
n:tde i prol.essional visit to IFess endlen
Academy and Industrial school, color-
ed. at Martin. They wire wedl pleat.se1
v. th thc progress .aind standing of the
-chool. Prof. Joe L. Wiley, th- prir. i-
pal, is a thorough and efficient teach-
er. The schliu. numbentrs r25 pupils.

WANTED-800 barrels of velvet
beans. Best cash price paid for se-
lect stock. At J. D. McDuffy's stable.

Nathan Mayo. the prosperous Sum-
nmerfield merchant, came d>.wvn this af-
ternoon from a business visit to

The price for advertising in the
Ocala directory, to be issued in Janu-
ary. will be $10 per page. See R. R.
Carroll if you want space. tf.

Acid Cough Syrup. the best cough
remedy on the market, for sale by
Tydings & Co.

Waldo Martin. who spent Sunday
with his father ('Col. J. M.. Martin. at
his truck farm at Martin. returned
home today.

. .FOR SAL.E-Tobey place. .' acres on
North l-ik,. Weir- 4J *i,',r li.-. rin,

I once wrote to the poet LAngfellow
asking him to give me some account of
the circumstances under which he
wrote "The Bridge"-"I stood on the
bridge it midnight"-- poem which an
eminent English critic has called "the
most sympathetic in this language."
I received in return a cordial note from
the poet in which he said "'If you will
come over and pass au evening with
we it will give me pleasure to tell you
the history of the poem and also of any
of my poems that may interest you."
A few evenings later found me at the
poet's door at his Cambridge home. He
was then verging on seventy years, In
the fullness of his experience and the
ripeunss of his fame. I was shown in-
to a long, hall-like room, dimly lighted,
In which were a broad table. antique
furniture and a tall colonial clock. The
poet was there alone. He arose to
meet me and formed a striking and
statuesque figure, with his kindly smile
and long white hair and beard.
"And so you would like to know
something about the inspiration of
some of my poems-what led me to
write them:" he said when we were
seated. "Well, you are very kind.
"I will tell you first how I came to
write the 'Psalm of Life.' I was a
young man then. I can recall the
time. It was a bright day. and the
trees were blooming, and I felt an im-
pulse to write out my aim and purpose
in the world. I wrote it for myself.
I did not Intend it for publication.
Some months afterward I was asked
for a poem by a popular magazine. I
recalled my 'Psalm of Life.' I copied
it and sent it to the periodical. It saw
the light, took wings and lew over the
world. There you may see it written
on a Japanese screen."
lie pointed to a high. richly orna-
mented screen which stood before a
great fireplace. lie added an anecdote
which I have always regarded as a
true picture of his soul:
"When I was in England I was bon-
ored by rpteiving an invitation from
the queen. As I was leaving the pal-
ace yard my carriage was hindered by
the crowd of vehicles. There came to
the door of the coach a noble looking
English workingman.
*Are you Professor Longfellow?' he
"I bowed.
'May I nsk, sir, If you wrote the
"Psalm of Life?'"
"I answered that I did.
"'Would you be willing, sir, to take
a workinginan by the hand?'
"I extended my hand to him. He
clasi d it. and never in my life have I
received a compliment which gave me
so much satisfaction.
"I wrote 'Excelsior,'" he continued.
"after receiving a letter full of lofty
sentiments from Charles Sumner at
Washinuton. In one of the sentences
occurred the word 'excelsior.' As I
dropped the letter that word again
caught my eye. I turned over the let-
ter atd wrote my poei I wrote the
'Wreck of the Hesperus' because, after
reading an account of the loss of a part
of the Gloucester fishing fleet in an
autumn storm, I met the words *Nor-
man's woe.' I retired for the night aft-
er reading the report of the disaster.
but the scene haunted me. I arose to
write, and the po'im came to me in
whole stanzas.
"'The clock in the corner of the room,"
he went on. "is not the one to which I
refer in my 'Old Clock on the Stair.'
That clock stoMld in the country house
of my father-in-law at Pittsfield, among
the Berkshire hills."
The great clock in the room was beat-
ing the air in the shadows as he spoke.
I could seem to hear it say:
It was these wyils by a French au-
thor that had suggested to him the'
solemn refrain:
N'vv-r--tirv r :"

IMessis. C. C. Rawls and J. R. Davis.,
two prominent citizens of Montbrook.
were in the city today

Miss Jessie Owen. the very capable
business woman of Sparr. and every-

body's friend and helper, spent the hol-
idays delightfully with friends at Tal-

The officials of the A. C. L and S.
A. L. railroads will meet Tuesday in
(O'ala to settle the matter of responsi-
bility of the late wreck.


A large and well selected stock of
imported groceries, the best- in the
city. at the French bakery. All orders
will be promptly delivered.

Mr. T. S. Fakes son of Dr. B. R.
Fakes, of Asheville. N.V'.. arrived this
afternoon and will make his home for
the time being with Mr. John Ander-
son. who has charge of the Dr. Fakes
place on Like Weir ovenue. Mr. Fakes
has come here to put out a 100-acre
pecan grove on his father's place.

Mr. John Anderson. on the Dr. Fakes
place. has a fine stand of cabbage, and
will plant fifty acres in cantaloupes.
Mr. W. D. Jarrell, the Dunnellon
sawmill man. was in town today, hav-
ing returned from Sumter county.
where he inspected a timber tract with
Ca view to purchasing the same. but it
did not meet his expectations. Mr. J.
has a purchaser for his lands at Dun-
nellon as soon as he can find a new lo-

grove:; ;-iroom ottage;: all c.inven- "Excelsior" had been set to popular cation.
incts. J. Starr. S4ternerger. music by the liutchinsons when the
poet niet one evening the minstrel famn- A CORRECTION
ily after a concert in Boston Music
Mr. \V. D. Roberts. a prosperous hall. "I have." lie said. "another poem The item about the Belleview library
farmer of the iLynne section. was in the which I will selnd to you." lie did so.
city today and paid his rvspl.cts to the It was the first copy of the "Old Clock said there were nearly a hundred vol-
Star. on the Stair." Onle of the family set umes consumed by the fire. It should
the words to music. have read nearly one thousand, but Mr.
PIT. the new game. can .le ha.l :at "Mly iwui entitled 'The Bridge,'" lie 0. M. Gale. who with his wife spent
the Post,,ffice Drugstore. said in effect, "was written in sorrow, Sunday at Belleview. said there were
which made me feel for the lonelies 1300 volumes in the library, all of
of others. I was a widower at the
Mrs. IDr. Barnes aiind son. Robert (;. tine, and I i usd to sometimes go over which went up in smoke.
Barnes, of l'erryville. Ind.. arrived this the bridge to Boston evenings to meet
afternoon ani will I.- th-1 tu..sts f Mr. i friends and to return near midnight by ORGAN RECITAL
KF. Smith, the sane way. The way was silent
save here and there a belated footstep. The people of the Presbyterian
The' s.- rose and fell among the wood- church have decided to give an organ
. m n pier. an tlre was a grit furnace ritual at their church on the night of
A.'r .. An.t ,-i.ih ity tl hat-on the Brighton hills wliosie red light
er. w.s i th.. .ity t,..d....s .Mr. ;was reflected by the waves. It was on January 22. It will be a musical enter-
Knight. th.- turI-ientine ' River. It of the ,pomr canie upon me. The
lIridh:e lias l4,n greatly altered, but BOOTH LOWREY
FO IR SALF-A g,-ntlman's tIli., te place of it is the same."-IIezeklah
wheel, in l-lepti,! ruinninr ,,rr.._-."" '" i Butterworth in American Author.
wheel. in sleni running order -in. urworth in American Author. Sr. Booth Lowrey. a son of the on-
franm. light running and mdrately His Eeomomleal Wy. federate general. M. P. Lowrey. of Mis-
high gear. \Vill s-ll he.p fh .e aSh. "My hu~ band has strange Ideas of sissippi. will be the attraction of th6-
Apply .it the Sttar o.ffi *esi onoy." Lyceum next Monday evening at the
'"iw is that'." armory.
H. A. Fir-I ,f -f;.,i,..i !-.. l,..,-. "Why. he setus to think he saves Governor Bob Taylor of Tennesee
superint,-nl-ent ..f th. A. L .-:" non.y Iy drinking so much at the club Goehose who hear him go ayay
south this .ftt.,non, that he lhas no appetite for breakfast." tohsays:5 "ho d who hear him go away
o.-C l.c r.-ito, rts. with achingf Sides an-I tear-stained
WANTED-We will Aay sed Alway Gets the Last Word. John Temple Graves says: "He is
oats. peanuts and vrvc: means O.a~a ".. .. a.' ,lutrid little Billy Bloo- unique and Irresistible.'
Seed Store. Baxter Cam'. manager. bini,:-'. -'what's an ce.ho: Tickets at the Postoffice Drugstore.
"'An e ov. my son." rr-pliedl the old
M-. NI *' R i k-'at ,f :*i* m n ::l -. w ii a -:-Ih ln drawn ou'. "is
*.t .. .., ; !i that an flimflam a wo- CHRISTIAN CHURCH
: t. .': of the last word."-Lyre.
R-v. Taylor announced yesterday
FR SAI.-Fif*y hb -al of fino Ter- that he would continue the meetings at
tb~. 'W. aa 'i anw : Appl.- to '"r- e'hristian church this week ann
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Fresh Meat, Poltry, FM aa V.a

City and Country Trade Sdii

Free Divery

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Fine Cazrb -,- Dfhna" TiaP
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ing corner In second ward. Must go at osce. NMa .
Pond St., in third ward. Price, $8 A. Eiby ter.-
tion in town; very high elevation; good shade, etc. Mafb etg I
in rents. First ward. Buy now on easy term&.
good land, at North Lake Weir. Price, if MtdM at ae, *SM r
for summer home.
house, barn. etc.; fine pond; fine place for stock. P res, SNBM
fruit trees; two small houses; two miles os Aatmhemy bawdle
$150. O "
now paying $120 yearly in rents... Price, $50.


I Can Sat You from a Lefg m of


F. W. DITTO, Reg ta a.-


F',r 5*.iI- by the Anti-Monopoly Drug store and all other b m

We Want

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Coughs cured quickly by Foley's
Honey and Tar. Refuse substitutes.
Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.


The Norma Martines, the C. H. S.
the El Solo, and-the Pama Nacional,
four of the best 5 cent elgar made in
Tampa. and many other to be found
In T. W. Troxier's cigar came.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hot.<-r came
up this afternoon/rom Dunnelihn, and
pire at the? i( *alp House.

Mrs. I). S. Woodrow and child, ac-
v.'mpi.nied by Mr. Woodrow. came up
fr'-ni Crystal River this afternoon.
wl.ere they spent Sunday

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Ocala Evening Star, Monday, January II, 1904.

imnm E =N y selling of the glands of the
SWkeyes swelling, off ive mores and ab.
h il lBl&&aa dIweokoula intm cles and joits.
b"--- nois almost every mntntosM

St-a= h = e= t he ets this

dnel au ,gs the ditve ou la e
Te d t s tbercua matter in the

3^^^h^ioftlc Bi ied offas morrathe blood
es emfor Sefull Iteleanses and builds
= m u and under the tonic effects of this
improves, the digestive organs are
I health. The deposit of tubercular matter in the
asid glands is carried off as sown as the blood
Sto a ummal condition. and the sores.erup.
rms, a d other y ptbAs of Scroanla disappear.
S* i. & tpely vegetable and hanrmless; an ideal blood
t M tie tn a Mood taint and builds up weak coustitu-.
SL ivi i d hot charge, alo who write us about

IlllS- mi N 01%a, AnANTA, 6.

S- -o
0-Ter om house occupied by Mrs. Moody.
-LA an Odawaha, corner Herbert St.
aU-Stoes, %r..idu and farm, Linden, Fla.
l0 pfiiece occupied by Mr. Cullen.
190-6 acres haImmociL 4 miles north ol Ocala
I-Owe acre directly opposite Camp's.
19p Home occupied-by J. M. Bemuon.
a93-Hue o i by Miss V. Campbell.
I Bro House opposite synagogue.
95-10o0 acres, put hammock 4 milesfrom Ocala
196-miles from Ocala 20 acres and house.
19-to mmrn house on Pond st.
S---Lets in Smith & Dougherty addition.
99-20 acres hammock 2 miles east.
o--20 acres from 3 miles west.
=s--8 room house t mile from school house.
a2-Green Plap 10o acres mile out.
203-15 acre fnrm 5 room cottage 4"miles.
204-House occupied by Mr. Haley.
S-40p acres lad, 19. 14, 23.
o6--House occupied by P. V. Leavengood.
2o--Homse occupied by John Moore.




te Y- Ca Get Good Goods
Every Day Except Sunday


A*' -







~es ingarbn.~i


on a

n4 'o0
spdwn. er:odIAWsty
rn-t ys 2- n.or6 n.a

Mad of large, strong, high-grade steel wires, heavily galvanized.
Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever-
. Never gts wrqag, no matter how great a strain is put on it.
D --1 "'utilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horses, bog

by thm -m acturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how
it will ave yom money and fence your fields so they will stay fence$

AMF te care of mnd lit. .
In spite of toll and business strife.
If rou value yowr sweet wife.
Tell her so!
Prove to her you don't forget
The bond to which the seal to set;
She's of life's sweets the sweetest yet.
Tell her so!
When days are dark and deeply blue.
She has her troubles, same as you,
Show her that your love is true--
Tell her so!
There was a time you thought it bliss
To get the favor of one kiss;
A dozen now won't come amiss-
Tell her so!
Your love for her is no mistake-'
You feel It, dreaming or awake.
Don't conceal It! For her sake.
*fell her so!
Don't act. If she has passed her prime,
As though to please her were a crime;
If e'er you loved her, now's the time-
Tell her so!
She'll return, for each caress.
An hundred-fold of tenderness!
Hearts like her's were made to bless!
Tell Eer so!
You are her's and her's alone;
Well you know she's all your own:
Don't wait to "carve it on a stone"-
Tell her so!
Never let her heart grow cold,
Richer beauties will unffold;
She is worth her weight in gold!
Tell her so!

One Minute Cough Cure gives relief
in one minute, because It kills the mic-
robe which tickles the mucous mem-
brane, causing the cough, and at the
same time clears the phlegm, draws
out the inflammation and heals and
soothes the affected parts. One Min-
ute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs,
wards off pneumonia, and is a harm-
less and never failing cure in all cura-
ble cases of Coughs. Colds and Croup.
One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to
take. harmless and good, alike for
young and old. Sold by Wm. Ander-


Margaret E. Sangster tells of a wo-
man. neither young, nor beautiful, nor
robust, nor accomplished, nor educated
who became a bride. She realized that
she was extremely unlike her brilliant
husband. "I have not even one talent
to fold away in a napkin." she said.
But her husband loved her and she
loved him. and would, please God. make
him happy. "There is one comfort-I
can keep house." she said. So she
planned the delicate, dainty, healthful
meals and kept the home clean, but not
forbiddingly spotless. It invited the
tired husband to rest, to litter it with
books and papers, if it pleased him to
bring work home from the office, while
she sat beside him, ready to "visit'
whenever he looked up. The husband
said one day: "There is one talent you
have. darling, beyond anyone else in
the world-the talent of having time
enough for everything." His home was
a suburb of paradise, and he went
forth to the competitions of life stead-
ily successful in all his enterprises.
And the quiet wife who had time to
love him. to share his hopes, to listen
to his views, consult with him as to his
plans, and make his life supremely
happy, was an element to his success
which counted more largely than even
the husband knew.
It is rare to find, in this hurrying
world, a being who works with an air
of repose: who can pause to listen to
another's story; who has a heart touch-
ed to so responsive a key that sym-
pathy In a friend's good fortune is as
ready as pity for a friend's calamity.
This woman, who had the one talent of
doing fully and blithely every home ob-
ligation, by degrees became a social
power. A large class of girls each Sun-
day bent eagerly around her while she
unfolded the lesson to them, and, upon
stated occasions, she entertains the
.poor. pale. fagged-out girls of the
down-town factories, and keeps them,
by kindly words and helpful ministry
and a Christian example. from places.
of temptation, for she believes it as
much a Christian work to keep young
girls pure as to save the poor remnant
of their ruined lives affer they have
fallen. Telling the life story of this
woman. Margaret E. Sangster says:
"Altogether. when I think of thie sick-
beds this little woman sits by. the
heart-aches she soothes, the confidene-
es of which she is the trusted recipi-
ent. the happy home-life which is hers.
and the good she is doing silently. I
am quite sure her talent is bearing it,-
terest for the Master."

For service, a pedigreed Spani4h
Tennessee Jack. 144 hands high
Also a well bred. fine Kentucky sta]-
!ion; large and well formed. g.n:;e
disposition: three years old; light bay
in ao'or. Terms reasonable. Ca; on
or address Lee Howell, Anthony. Fla.



Only One Pair sold to
a Customer.




(The Store with the Yellow Front)



One of the Largest and Mo

stantial in the United Sta



Conover, Cable, Kingsbury, S


Willington Pianos

They are Giving' Satisfact

all Over the United Sta

*U-L aI ,

men. 3. l.A. KinSq'.


*Sourp every e" tbe a at .

Thomas Sunmus si #A bb
Mrs. Anna Danies spae a w-- fto
the Jail yesterd deas m lmary
WANTEFl-Men to learn the barber the J y
trade. We have the best opportunity I
ever offered 1. Can earn nearly all ex- 4 'George McQuee.. who aat i
penses before completing. Start now hand severely last week, i
and finish for spring rush. Write for better.

I* * atalogue. Moler Barber College. New
I | I: *Orleans. La.
st ae to Sell Minor's Land.
;Nti-e i.s here-by given that on the
14th day of February. A. D. 1"04. I will
s 'apply to R. Bulklk. county
otes t
d e judge in and for Marion county. state
of Florida. at his office in 0h'ala. in
said county. for an order authorizing
me. as guardian of the minor heir of
ECT THE the estate of o. W. Phillips deceas-
ed. to sell at private Sale the following
;fqpT 'r ^3IprorPrty belonging to said estate, to-
ECTAI y I I wit: The elz of se., of nw'.. seg' 35.
tp 16. r 2't. or so much thereof as will
convey the undivided interest of
Ghu rgK" irl Phillips. the only minor
heir of .sail estate, containing ten
Acres. aid land belonging to the es-
tate of the said Geo. W. Phillips. de-
.eased. to be sold fr the best inter-
est of the said minor heir.
This the 9th day of January. 1904.
Mary M. Phillips. Guardian.
Io I'Under and by virtue of a decree ren-
,lred by the Honorable James W.
tes -ke. judge of the circuit court of
the United. States. in and for the
---i t e s --l 5*i. -< **-;.-_ 1_ --_

Prices and Terms in Reach of All

Write or Call and See us

1113 Franklin St., Tampa, Fla.


Fifty pianos on
High Grade Piano'
us an order, we pa

I will be at the follow inrg pla,.'s to'
receive returns of anmi e,rs,>i;il
property. anoi a;tg I I- . ;is,
the law requires:

January, 1904

Martcl, Moynd ay,:.. a. in.
('otton Plaht. (Ip, stoffc' i(,;y
25. p. in.
Heidtvillo. Tuesl.iy. 2",. 11 tao ::.
Dunnellon, Wdntesdayl. "27.
Romeo. Thursday. .. 11 te :a.
Illitc.hton. FriLday, '9..
February, 1904

Kendrick, t inlay. 1. a. tit.
Lowvell, Tut-sI.iy. 2. it.in1.
Reddick, Ttues~l~ay.2. 1'.nin.
MeI cIltosh. INc't-ilc'sLla, 3.
Central, Thurs.Li-, 4. a. Mi.
Flemington., l-i itly. it Ill.
F~airfie.ld. Vri-LIY. ..i.
Shady Grove, 11tien'ay, S. at. in,.
s~aiiteai, iMoi~cla. p. 111.

Pe,1rc1Iai-clc(schl hmcisv i e.lo'-Lv
a. m
Summerfh~bl., jov.J*.
('antler, Thui slay. 11, ;t. it,..
Ocklaw-aha, Thursaly.avIL. p. nu.
Fastilck,-. lridkcv. 12...:ni.

13. 11 to 3.

El*ectra. Meenalay. 1.i n
L~ynn. Tue.slay, le'
(Grah:cn,% ill... Tu-s I.

Ca hurchill., schoh a 'It', ,. 'U y -I
I, S.a. im.
Kerr City. Tim s !.ty. '. 1-. 111.
Eurt-kit. FriiLty ]v. I t. in
I).aisy. Fl-ilzay. l1:' ..
Fioart ~e'a '.t:' v
A'ntho'ny.M a.~.--
S I.:trr, Tu--"'! i r

uTh:'aI !--'a..s 2it 1

niIade b1y th, f,! st < ;.




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fr,)r,, ,-'ri-ous ,A~ ~ .

'outhiierni AitricLt of r lorida. In ichani
cery. in a cause pending therein, in
w which Mrs. Tottie B. Mcoregor. as
* surviving executrix of Ambrose M. Me-
Gregor. deceased, is complainant, and
Chase. W. White and the Tuscawilla
Phosphate Company are defendants.
Said decree rendered on the 13th day of
November. D. 1905.
I will offer for sale to the highest
and best bidder, for cash at public out-
r. before the court house door in
f ';ala. Marion county. Florida on
* Monday, the first day of February, A.
I D. 1I04,
Iw-etween the hours of 11 and 12 a. m.,
Sthe following described property towit.

Lands in Marion County nave in rep a'ired. cew mpo
M manager Branch. of sec 15. tp 13. s of r 22. e. ex- e right
SCept 13 acres beginning at the ne cor- mother to you; dyilag a sstltlr.
DFlee to -At ro Te m ner of said quarter, thence w 20 rods.
Floor to Select from. Terms easier Ofin s rods. w 20 rods. s 400 rods. w 0 Many of our patrnm tell t-ey wll
Srrods. s 40 rods. e 40 rods. n SO rods call around and bring their *dam Tlb
s than any dealer in the state. Give to po b. containing 145 acres; also editor lives out of the way of every.
r S'. of .sw. sdeC 15. tp 13. s of r 22. e; dyant to save you of tlhat @s
S Ex ,nce and g arante satisfaction. -'' of nw of ,. and n of
,y Exp' e TOand g ar nte sa szaction. ne of nwZt,. and n% of sw%. and walk he will ('all back and et It.
-w%0 and swi, of .w%. see 2., ty 13.
Sof r 22. e: also se, of sw., except *Do[ your or
19 acres in the extreme n end thereof strike? If so. call sad glv me a'trul.
of s-c 2. tp 14. s of r 22. e: and the Carriages. buggles sad wagu epn r
nwI4 of s.'4, and n% of e% of 'W. ed at reasomal rates. K luv my
0* Wi and s, 4 of set4 of se%,. and n3, of sw
.* of sIW4. and beginning at the sw two doors soth of Potwers' aegy.
_'Jr ,,f ><1 of sel,. thence e I10 ft.
0 A r f of. w lt th en.e t a n Il f' t T h e R a ilr o sl R e sta u ra n t th a t .h1
O of sw t4. ex 10 acres across the extreme just opened ne nr the S. A. L. has s-
Anir eI~nd I Ath.ref, t'containing 30 acres: Cured the services of B. J. MUlheS and
AIR LINE RAILW AY, h r or 3p 1 o with smith as waiters and .MMr -
SFO of ts p 4 14. s of r 22. e. thence w be'ca Robinson as cook. who are lead-
FOR along the section line 850 ft. thence ing every effort to make it the "swel"
Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern Pin n t the n line of said '4 thence 5S cafe of the city.
avana, ColumbiaCamdn, SouU enft to the section line. thence s along the
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, stion lit e to the place of beginning, h Oree g a m ca0
Philadelphia, New York. ,containing 52 acres. Also beginning and try his shave sad hair e a-d e
SPhiladelphia New Yor at the n cor of the nw' of ne'(a of
se-c If. tip 14. s of r 22. e. run thence will always come. Shave. Ie..; a
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. 10) ft. thence s 640o ft. thence w 114A cut. 2 V.; boaiag resor. 25e.; sem
I ft. thence n 660 ft to point of beginning, razor, 75c. All work St elam. n
SSeaboard Express, M ,- ^ ,v- of delays; rrof. nwo.i
Seaboard M l '' "I e-, ^' nwl ..Alberstine Sa.t. We b -....
OeR*8 O. or n1,4 of %.e, 13. t.p h1. s of r .22. e. J. W. Howard. the wt
Sb .,4 f se1., of nwit of sec 11. tp 14.
ODERN PULLAN EQUPMENT. of r 23, e: n*f^ of 4ec 36. tp 1., s of r smooth shaver. has now opened s5p
SODERN PULLAN EQUIPMENT. ppomitse Lilddon's states. and will V
0 Also a certain 10) a're parcel known you first class work at regular prices;
Ssa.Y the ;4re *Home Tract. being in the ministers at cut rates, vis: shave. W.
offI cf n .-t, anl ne'% of se'4 and lying hair cut and shave, 25c. Openn eGIN
S, U .,ONLY LINE OPERATIING ne-xt too the rangp line between ranges 22" ut an have. 2
Daily Through Sleepers from JacKson. and :-. more particularly described as!. a_ m. until 8:30 p. m., aturay,
co enc lining on the e bdy of aild see ,,.n until 11.30 p. m. Give im a trial.
* -Vlle to Ne~V Orleans. t t It "' hn n orf the sc-4."
v me ew eans.h ch. ae tc chsi. n Mrs. Susan Weston has recevWed her
le h. ti h t,, tt ft b-einning. in . s; i... .ene .it *of 1 fro eaOW.. e
For full information an. Sleeper Reservations, call on any Agent t -. f r e. A f n "w1 ofnw4 i nt of $ f _r
* S.-ealuarel, yr write f r n 1, ', f s% 14. I-ss 1 acre in the sr American, and Mrs. Matt BDaam re-
Sr .-f the, s.aid, n.* of sw ,. dnt.ain- c.ived Sq, balance on the siek lelas h f
A. U. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, '. : .* t s -.,4 :. tp I-.. % of r 23. he r-r ,,asol husband. T ?* bodara
SJacksonville, Fla. A N,. x.-.t s', of nwt, of nwa. ,.n his death will be paid as
S. C BOYLST N. JR.. Passene r Agent. Jacksonville. Fla. F. sf r ..f ,-,.,f ne,14. : .l, n tp month. Rev. J. W. Weston repoese
UI O UOIOI OIO IOIO* OIOO lO .*.Iii aO *if th. -f i. -of. s-e, lying n n this .aompany. which ls -e 0 t the bs--
in . th. l1r: !.. S.uithe-rn R.tlr,.atJ. in this country. Go at oaie arn tab1
o"nt !: I g *>41 .|.,ea. a
too, --- . - __-- i 1 '..t .in 1 .a 1r- parcel. being t ol y.
e *" w*^ n 99 C.rt 1 .1 ;.,t .f t1 '.' s 1.4 of the s-f.iet
?.a*T, ..; n "h-" st h t he scti.,n line REV. CARLISLE P. L MA. TML
-n .nlr th. y th. .r- -l her-. LL 0.
:, On t'he n vby th.e n. ,f th"e .hri.! wa' -r'j, Texas. writes: "Of a Mf-n
T rh|s-C _,_____________ ',iouth..rn ILilr!.!t .hr .I sen of sw of h,-n first rising I oftte ~ d 1 B-
7 ;"ofr 2..,,... le,.,me C.lecti of pM,.
.o-;a% %'o, of rn% %!,n II nn 14,of swt-, ;cpro),luces a cough, and is very bd he
: ui re Juices from Natural KOObs. I" ;. -'" :" I,- but a r 4uanttt Of -
| U UCS lOll" d KIl 00 "; ,' ... ; *Ita ig*: but a "" ,all quantity ef -1l
1 l* tio I Li if r -'t of sw Lri Horwe ound Syrup WO a AOEM
DEGLJATES the liver, StomachandBoweis, : i ., :. i and !h, :ri.e u i
O ..tsr:,,-14. ti-l.%,ofr '2.IfSnoShe stmP rifiesthelood ,, kow of no medicine that IN eVgl t0
Ss the System, Purifies the Blood t the no ,ar of t, an it so pleasut ta. I
t;r S RE Ma.1.-ari3 Bilioni*1f r 22. oiio". run a-t crdlally t oa21p. -
-- (i rIUL iMaiar. iq, BUliouness, nSTIpatimn, rh V. !4,.! v 4 v,. w 11' .y v, ons n-iing a med-icne for thle and
f'roni a eaK S0o0mach and impaired Digestion. -1.# ',v -t. ;. u.-hrn bo.un,-a of lun, tru .-bl Price 2., e-. ai $
js r, . n ** 3 1 t, the"
If -- i. ... t,-.f o .I- --f nw t thr37 n t -' ,'the t title at the A.>-Mtopoly Dr-
DiSeased Every rsttle Guaranteed to Give Satisftacho. *. 1, th,.. -.. 'nnine. al.. kn..,n .*.o .
Z- .A 4i ct-- JffTTX 1 r' MA XXa iX.N0S a3. s ni "' i:r. :irl r.'*nt.iitiing 3 a, r,-s.
V: ice,. 0 cSt. j, f n- 1, of q1n n i ,fo .. -
L Liver. I -%1i,.--'14, 0 s r t. N. -.At of "L ALEXA N DER
r o V -..r r. B J.A-- :7 1.n t sfr,&%. -1 -f -',1 1 -- W 14. --
Prepr.d -by-JA'.V..ALL.RDSt...o"k.'Mo r ... ..i $ el4 forn,'. an, w17 rIn.,f
"'-a 3.. k.. : -i-fE 6,- '1 ,f s. . tp 14. s ,f r 22. .
:. :': .,., ; -" Dr:-,r an, aI other Ieading drugstores -n*- 't thAe n o r of the nw i j l
___ __"_ _ _ ,,. .h- -- s-* 1".. tp 14. of r 22. of fi.In -
Sf. h.-'n,** 2 .:'; ft. th'n. s .21 ft. the-n, e -
r.27 ft. th.-r, e n 926 ft. to pt of be- Careful estimate made ada a
IL :r MI.VZ. ,;,ir. th-refrom a certain work. G-vs more sad bte USB*




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Furnished reems a b at m
Marie Ruth's. corner Lime and -t
Broadway. upstairs.
*Call at the Mack Hs 2 ase-.
fortable lodging g and berd atm
ble rates. West Briwan ,
Dr. R. A. M. annd Sv. J. I.
Dickerson are attemditM the gramd
lodge of F. A. M. in Penfes&.
*Oysters In all styles at an b
Rates reasonable. AIernist
restaurant, et to Dm' MusW .
The only store in the por w p raa
Is t'asminski's store---Te N2ew a-
W. 0. Parker has now opened In rt
class style his restaurant near the I.
A. L.. and can serve the pubhe In r'oya
*Go to S. S. Bellamy for Sme aset i d
glassware. clocks. watched. Jertry nad
general repairing. West Blr eway
Powers block.
Rev. C. ,'. Jicobs. D. D.. ared asal
of the Sunlkty School Unleon. 3.
church. will preach at Zo I N. .L
church Sunday.
*The anoms m m-t uM mw
MagMlia sand Market taL. 1 ngsm ae
all hours. Meals and hleae01s P
sonable rates. Mr. and MrL W. J.
Ruth, managers.
The reading room at St. James Epl
copal church, is in proce. of ercti.
T. L. MNc'Oy. lay reader. tI publSng
things- to the front and asks the friosdb
to rally on their suberription.
*Say. whpre are yyo ugofa wit0h sak '
a bundle of clothes? I am 20 ang to
John Jarkson's. No. 3 Breadway, to
hAW thm 01aw -

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%i Ocala: Evening Star, Monday, January H, 1904.


i _. IING ,STAR Messrs.- D.A.A.NEW Miller FIRM and Geo. G. Half and Half. This Deadly THE Fungus DEATH Resembles CUP. Ser.ral i'I

: ;BITTINGER & COMPANY Math*'s have associated themselves pictoriaUy The dyspeptic as being may half well masculine be represented and Perhaps tbe Edible most 3ia deadly.broo of..the. pol-!! THE 1 CENTRAL f OF I

together to transact a general me'- half feminine, and combining the least sonous fungi of our woods and fieldsIs NATIONALBANK OCALA
cbandise brokerage business. They desirable characteristics of either 5eLHe
C. L Bittingtr and R. R. Carroll have rooms In the Union block. The has all the stubbornness of the man the fairly well! known death cup I 1

; Editors and Proprietors. fittr wishes these excellent genteiu.zigeat : with the peevish irritability -. I (Amanlta phalloides), particularly dangerous I
of a sick from its resemblance to several |
l& ce88. He's
woman. not of the edible mushrooms, though gathering -
The pleasant company at -- ., _
editor of the Star enjoyed a deHfhtful Lome abroad. fungi for the table should! be
visit with Mr. and Mrs., WORKING NIGHT AND DAY I
Dr. Pierce's Golden undertaken by none save tlO'e thor-

: WUttam, : Lucius at their home. fifteen The busiest and mightiest little Medical Discovery oughly acquainted with the different

miles south of Oc&la. It Is a real treat thing that ever was made is Dr. King's cures dyspepsia and eCid. as it is altogether too easy for CAPITL $509000.V

l to enrage Mr. Lucius in conversation New Life Pills. These pills change therdofthestomach and associated the ignorant enthusiast to make an error ,

:. and hear him relate the early days of weakness into strength listlessness Into organs of digestion i .,. friends.which may prove fatal to his .

bis coming to Florida from his South energy, brain-fag Into mental pow- and nutrition. CIRECTORS
It renews The death cup referred to has around I :
r Carolina home, at Abbeyvllle as a spy ere They're wonderful in building up physical I
: htalthwhichcarries TJ4 cap yellowish or greenish
for his father, Mr. Fred Lucius which the health.! Only 25c. per box. Sold by with it cheerfulness / in color. and the stem has a swollen '!

: was In ISM.. and his locating at what isnow the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. of temper,and makes base, surrounded by an envelope, or R. S. HALL, R. L. ANDERSON, CLARENCE CAMP

'I- known as Starke's Ferry on the life a pleasure insteadof V V veil of a white filmy substance which

OUawaha river, ten miles southeast of William Jennings Bryan arrived In The a penance.Discovery _V. parts as the stalk extends upward. GEORGE MACKAY, j. K. CHRISTIAN GEORGE FORD!
This stalk is when but ,
; New York J'OUl1;; ,
Stanton. and opening up a plantation Saturday from his European purifies the blood by .;.
hollow at maturity and the gills of the
} for his father's occupancy. Several trip where he visited ten capitals and' Eliminating the Corrupt I
and poisonous V cap. which in the meadow inusUruocus HERBERT A. FORD.
;. year later he with his father, removedto the distinguished men of those nations. V V: I
accumulations from V'.V are pink or brown are white in the
a plantation just north of Mr. WIN He thought Mr. Balfour England's which disease is bred. ..; : V deadly variety, as are also the spores

ham Lucius' present home. In 1857 he premier the most scholarly man he It increases the activity which can be plainly seen if the cap President Cashier
I : :
homesteaded the place on which he bad ever met. He spent fourteen hours of the blood- Is laid gills downward on a piece of

BOW lives. He was married the 18th with Count Tolstoi, the great Russian making increasing glands the supply, so colored paper for a few hours The

day of Miss writer. of rich btood which life swollen. or bulbous base is a distinguishing -
Aurust. 1852. to "Evans pure gives to
;. who. a few months prior had come every organ of the body. It gives new characteristic. and no fungus: I HERBERT A. FORD. F. L. WATSON.
life and new strength. of that appearance should be gatheredfor '
with her from Union SIMPLE COLDS
parents District ..
Your 'Golden Medical Discovery' has perxmed I cooking. One of the liabilities is
/ In South Carolina. At first meeting Itwas Cease to be simple, if at all prolonged.The a wonderful cure,* write )f'. M. H. that these caps may be broken off -- -=
IUUM,of Charleston. Franklin Co.,Ark. "I had
a Clove case of mutual attraction then safest way is to put them aside at the worst case dyspepsia,the doctors say,that without due observance of its base
and which they ever saw. After trying seven doctors and which is; often covered with earth ,
marriage for over fifty the: very beginning. Ballard's Horehound or I
everything; I could hear of. with no benefit. I
''years has been a continuous feast Syrup stops the cold and removes ner": Pierce'Golden Medical Dico\ery and dead grasses, hence not distinguished It I t
V1 BOW I am cured. from of the DYSPEPSIA
some lepiotas, which, bow-
of domestic love and happiness a connubiality the cause for colds. 25c.. 50c.. substitute for Golden Medical .- I
Accept no -
ever, are never surrounded with the ,
that II worthy to be respectedand and SI a bottle at Anti-Monopoly Discovery" There is: nothing justis filmy veil of the death I j
honored In these days of hymeneal Drugstore. good" for diseases of the stomach, "Hatin.aba your wonderfal"CuttrcU"fat
The poisonous property of this fungusis three month aad'DE.'D"11' cured of tlontcartUrrh
blood and
%uncertainties and misfit marital relations. lungs: f and dyiprpsia.I think a word of pr i"U
The Common Sense Medical Adviser, largely the same as that found in the due so"l' .carru' foUb"ir,-ol1dertul"om.oa.
V Mr. William Lucius was a brave Alexander Dowie is trying to found a 1008 large pages in paper covers, is sent venom of a rattlesnake and also in I bat I have without taken avail numerous and I Ind other that to-rlled C..carKs reIDt4.relict,..

soldier during the civil ware a member: new Zion on Matagorda Island. on the free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to I. cholera and! diphtheria and so far science more would in in a a day,...r.than" all Uia other 1 tat take*

of Capt M. C. Counts' company of thigallant. coast of Texas.DISLOCATED. pay expense of mailing only. Address is unable to produce any satisfactory Marion n Harare Co. James JicGuoe, IllS Mercer St.,Jersey City,K.J.Pleuant .

Seventh Florida regiment. ., Dr. R. V.-Pierce- Buffalo, N. Y. antidote, atropine, the stomach .

which General Robert Bullock once led HER SHOULDER I -V -- V pump and oil purgatives being about e5tforels
the only resoufl'es.-Washington Post
V so gallantly and ln which hard rough Mrs. Johanna Soderholm Fergus Another >awe Fur It.

battle. he won his brigadier star. Mr. Falls. Minn., fell and dislocated her The veterinary wade a critical examination -
Lucius recount. with pride the high shoulder. She had a surgeon get it of the ailing steer. .

esteem In which he holds General Bui back In place as soon /is possible but Here and there, wherever the demarcation Qaalat Story of Peach Blossom We Would Be Glad
of a bone wa'isille.; he attempted -
; lock, as a soldier and citizen and refers it was quite sore and pained her very the f'muiily Drudge
to the skin.
with pleasure. to the fact that in all much. Her son mentioned that he had Hut it would pinch not work. In Korea the people tell a Cinderella When you wish to buy any kind
that is much
story more ancient than
tbese years they have ever been the seen C a berlaln's Pain Balm advertised "What is the matter with It?" asked of a Stove or Range to have .Palatable.Potent.'I'uteGnocl,Do Good,
that familiar to western people. The I Neyer Sicken> Weaken or ripe,Ue,tieSe.Never
best beat of friends. Mr., Lucius Is not for sprains and soreness and she the owner of the stwr. carefully sOld in balk. The genuine table ttunped CUC.
key of the latter story is the slipper, you Guaranteed to car or your money back.
unmindful of the fact that his comingto asked him to buy her a bottle of it. "lIe has what would be called 'con- but not so theirs. Peach Blossom, tbe Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 591

Marion county past dates General! which he did. It quickly relieved her servatism' In a man. Iut! as he is onlya Korean Cinderella's: name, was tbe COMPAREWith ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES

Bullock coming two years so as Gen. and enabled her to sleep which She dumb brute we say he is hidebound. family diudge. One day as' the mother .
Baltimore American.
eral-Bs. record is that of the oldest livIng had not done for several days. The was starting off: with the favorite -- -- --

citizen of the county, Mr., Lucius son was so much pleased with the reliefIt Expert T..thuon. daughter to a picnic she said to Peach
blossom "You must not leave until
I3 the next oldest. Although 7( years gave his mother that he has since "To settle a bet." said the visitor
you have hulk-d a bagful: of rice and
old. Mrs. Lucius Is quite active and recommend it to many others. For sale "how long can a man go without I filled the broken crock with water."

V with his lOri. Charles conducts his recommended It to many others. For food?" While sitting there bemoaning; her hard

farm. The writer recalls with pleasure sale by all druggists. "Ask the man over there" said the lot she heard a twittering; and a fluttering -

the fact that twenty years ago this snake editor. of wings. Looking up she sawa
"Is he the editor who answers
month he made Mr. Lucius' acquaintance Democratic leaders have practically ques- Hock of sparrows pecking the hulls Like
tions T''o
at Whltesville. now Summerfleld. agreed that the democratic national off the rl;.>e. Before recovering; from \
; be's a poet. PhiladelphiaPress. her surprise a little imp jumped out
on his arrival in the state, and through convention shall be held in Chicago. vComet
of the fireplace and so skillfully repaired \
: all these he has the The I I
years enjoyed respect republican national conventionwill !
the crock that but a few minutes in the sky comes
and kind wishes of this excellent also be held there. Her Idea of It. of work was required to fill it Th 1 S!,v the star of health
Mrs. Noorich That of
Christian gentleman and exemplary picture's one i with Then \\\ to the weak and
I water. she went to the picnic -
the old masters'. I famous remedy \\\ despon-
citizen. May time deal kindly with NO PITY SHOWN and hud a royal time. weary
Norah (the new maid)-Well, it can'tbe j doesforthestomdentdypepti .
him and his noble helpmeet and give "For years fate was ater me continuously of any value, tna'ain, or sure he'd I!! On another occasion the mother said ach that which it \.\\ curing all

them years to enjoy the respect and ." writes F. A. Gulledge Verbena 'a? taken It wid him whlu he mo'edHarper's ,- I "You must stay until you have puihd With any other make Lsunabletodofor .\\\\ stomachtroubles
!, up all the weeds in the field." This V 1 itself even if but \\\\\ and
devotion of their many friends and Ala. "I had a terrible case of Magazine. disordered '
time a cow came out of the forest and I IN THE WORLD. slightly A digestive
love of their children. For the day so or overbuidened.
Piles, causing 24 tumors. When all For Good. ate up the woods in ten mouthfuls. \ disorders.

pleasantly spent our thanks are due Mr. failed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve curedme. Maud-I understand you are about Peach Blossom followed the cow into \Vo feel your decision will .

Will M., Lucius, who piloted us across ." Equally good for Burns and all td lose the young pastor that has been the woods and was led to whore there be favorable to the Kodolsupplies \

tbe country. aches and pains. Only 25c. at the An- I preaching for you the last year or two? was an abundance of ripe luscious'

V Returning home Sunday afternoonwe ti-Monopoly Drugstore. Mabel-Yes. lie's going! to be married fruit Gathering: a large quantity she FAVORITE the natural Uj ,

ran across Mr. Pratt who was I I nest week.-Chicago Tribune. went to the fete and was the most welcome does Juices the of digestion work of and the | .4 :
i:,1 \
Her sister asked
guest jealous
,viewing his possessions out along then The steamer Clallam, on her way Therefore we court careful stomach, relaxing the | '',* I I
I I about it and. on being told determinedshe \
wly cut\ road leading to the Pedro from Alaska to Seattle went down in Editor Sherwood of the Live Oak comparison. We know theyare nervous tension, while \'
would get some of this fruit for the inflamed muscles \ ,
Settlement' two miles west of Belle- the icy waters of the strait of San Juan Democrat who was in the city last herself. not Equaled. and membranes of tha\I 'I''

view, where Mr. Pratt is establishing de Fuca, Friday night, and with her week says in his excellent journal, When the next gala day came the organ are allowed to ]it \' \ ,)

himself as a Florida farmer. lie has 56 of her passengers and crew. I that "next to Live Oak, OeaU is the sister stayed at home and let Peach We alco carry a full line of rest and heal. It cures I I t
traveled the world over and says he has most prosperous city in Florida." Blossom go. The cow came out of the indigestion Patulence" ,
!, woods; before and the sister followed palpitation of the heart I \I" .%1
as ,
Ii &4.. ound the place he sought for Editor Joe I "
a Humphries of the Brai- nervous dyspepsia and \
I it through tangled brier and thorn SASH BOORS BLINDS.A
years. The location is a good one. Ills dentown Journal is spoken of as a SPECIAL SALEA 1 all stomach troubles by _ _
I bushes, with the result that her face cleansing, purifying and
present home consists of sixty acres. probable candidate for State Senator.
special sale of furniture, new and was much scratched and her skin deep strengthening the glands, 1
which is part of the old Beckett plantation He is a good man well equipped and
second hand. I must sell to make beauty all gone.-Exchange. membranes cf the stomach

and with several more sixties would make a fine official.IN room. Positively have no room to storeit. Complete line Builders and General Hardware Farming Tools and digestive organs

which Mr. P. has in his mind's eye he E. C. Smith, Ocala Furniture Co. A Lazy 31an. Guns and Ammunition.CHATTANOOGA.

proposes In a few years to establish a BED FOUR WEEKS On a hot summer's day a gentlemanwho

model stock'farm and is confident of WITH LA GRIPPEWe ADDITIONAL was waiting for his train at one PLOWS Kodol Dyspepsia CureTear

of our country stations asked a porter
its success. Mr. Pratt Is
a good
have received the following letter SLEEPING CAR SERVICE I who was; I lying on one of the seats Dealer tt.Sawlj! Tog

had made the present pop from Mr. Roy Kemp of Angola. Ind.: where the station master lived. and the I :zzz7IN STOCK. Bottles only S I 1.00 Size holding 2X ttmu

ular subject In Marion county a study I"I was In bed four weeks with la grippe Between Jacksonville and the West, porter, not moving, lazily pointed to the trial sue,whlcb sell for:inc.rplnd .

and thinks be has a few ideas that the and I tried many remedies and spent the house with his foot Building.'S : ? IIr E. C.D.WOT 4 CO, CIUCA O.
Via Atlantic Coast Line Jeffords
V county solons could incorporate into considerable for treatment with phy- The gentleman, very much struck at ---

their road Atlantic Coast Line additional the man's laziness, said "If
good legislation and con- sicians, but I received no relief.until announces you can

struction with considerable profit to the I tried Foley's Honey and Tar. Two sleeping car service to the West show me a lazier action than that, my -- -- Sold by WM. ANDERSON, Ocala ,
good man, I'll give two and sis --- .
tar of via Dixie route. Effective December you
payers the county and the small bottles of this medicine curedme Flyer '

speedier extension of hard surfaced 15. and daily thereafter sleeper pence.
and now I use it exclusively in
my The not
porter, moving an inch replied -
highways In Marlon. will leave Jacksonville at 8:03;; m. I
The editor of the p.
family. Take no substitute. Sold by "Put it in my pocket, guv'nor.
:: Star speaks Advisedly when he assures the Postoffice Drugstore. for St. Louis, via Tifton. Macon, Atlanta London News. V

Mr. Pratt that any views he may have Chattanooga Xaslu ille and Martin -

on this important subject will receive I J. T. Laveigne, the proprietor of the arriving at St. Louis .::03 a. m., Definite Information M 1VER& MACKAYOcala
I "How much these Scotch flannels
the most second morning. are -
respectful hearing, and if his Oxford smithery, was here county com- "
? asked In of
please a woman one
Ideas are an improvement on any ex- mlssloners'day. Mr. Laveigne has one This service will become effective
the large department stores one day
'blblted road construction shown to of the best shops in South Florida. south bound first car to arrive Jacksonville last week.

date they will secure the right of way. strictly up to date in every particular December 16. "This lady will show them to you:'' Florida

and he is reaching out after business. A sleeping car line will be inaugurated airily replied the clerk, indicating withan ,

Mr. R. C. Ridge one of the pioneer His new arrangement for setting bug- between Jacksonville and Chicago: indifferent nod a girl about three

settlers of B'f llevlew, was In the city gy and wagon tires without heating is first car leaving Jacksonville SO: :; p. feet distant. and

'I today. Speaking ot the late disastrous one of the latest additions to his already m., December 16, and daily thereafter I But," persisted the woman. "1 don't Phosphate, Mining Washing Machinery
want to buy now. I simply; to
via Tifton. Macon. Atlanta.
fire he said be believed it originated well furnished shop. By this running "

from a lighted cigar stump that wasthrown a tire is set exactly right and Chattanooga, Nashville Evansville, arriving know how much they an- We defy the world to produce a
process "Oh. different price-* and up, was; Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys Carriages j j medicine for the cure of all forms of
in the corner of the commissary at Chicago 9:13:; a. m., second ,
the wheel Is not injured in any way. the nonchalant answer. New York 'j Kidney and Bladder troubles, and all
where the floor had been saturated morning. South bound first car in this Times. I
and it is done "w hile you walt.-Sum- I diseases peculiar to women, that will

with, oil from a tank which formerly terville Times. service will reach Jacksonville s:4'} a. HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS i equal Smith's Sure Kidney Cure.
A Judge of human Nature. I
December 16.
stood there. He said it was only by I Ninety-eight per cent. of the cases

the most persistent and heroic efiorts THERMOMETERSAll These cars are in addition to the "Doctor toll me honestly whether I treated with Smith's Sure Kidney

of the and the present line between Jacksonville and my health is improving or not." I Cure that have coire under our obi -
people aid of the fOv"n'schemical
Kind and
kinds. self registering and the "My dear sir, you're getting: on famously Building Materials Every Description i
engines that the fire was kepi usual kind, fancy and serviceable, St. Louis vU Montgomery, whkh -famously." servation have been cured. We sell
I our medicine on a positive guarantee,
V from spreading. He said the side of: from $3.50 down. Tydings & Co. leaves and arrives at the same time as "You are m.-t speaking the truth doctor
i if directions are followed, and money
: the building of the Bellevlew Trading the Dixie Fl>er sleepers.The I but I can tell without your assistance
will be refunded if cure is not effected. -
Company, and that of Peter Jones the PIT the new game can be had at Chicago and Florida limited. whether I am getting better or I FURNITURE OF ALL INDS'Phosphate .

grocer were at times so hot at time: the Postoffice Drugstore.The '. Pullman vestibule train, will be inaugurated not.. Price 50 cents and $1. For tale by

that one could not bear his hands on first train leaving Chicago on 'lIocan you judge? Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. .
11y the behavior of heirs. -
January 4. first train leaving :'t. Au- my
the boards. He
expressed dissatisfaction
V handsomest of buffets china Paris Gaulois.The Plants Installed CompleteFLOUR
at the town council purchasing gustine January 6. 1904. This gives excellent !
4 closest, dining room chairs and tables -
; those chemical engines, but said hadIt rocking chairs, reception chairs, service between Florida and the rrlou Part of It. Georgia Southern

not been for {hem all of the town of ets., that this portion of the state has West and Northwest via Atlantic \ctor-lIurry. or well! miss the train. AND FLOWERS OF SULPHUR, WHALE-OIL SOAP AND OTHER INSECTICIDES

Bellevlew would be in ashes today Coast Line and connections. \ctrH's-1' can't find my diamonds or & Florida
ever seen Just received by Mclver & I Ry
One of the greatest losses from the my purse.
MacKay.A -011wll.. never mInd:' SI1TIOfl Pti.rc FertilizersARE "
ATLANTIC COAST LINE "Suwanee River Route.
fire and one most regretted is the tow I I V
"Yl': but the purse had 10 in it"New -
library. It was the finest in Marion
case of smallpox has appeared in Schedule Effective November 29, 1903 York Weekly. TIME-TRIED AND CROP-TESTED
county. The postofflce safe was open I Sehedules in effect June 28, 1903
Wesleyan Female College, Macon Ga. ,
ed. and It was found that the contents Florida Southern Division No. .S. For everything you have missed you !

were considerably charred though the north bound, arrives; at 1:15: p. m. and have gained: something (,lt-Em(>rson. Manufactured especially to suit all the Requirements of the ,1Dizts Flle1QultklitfP

Beautiful rugs druggets, sofa pillows .. .. {
money In bills was not past recognl departs at 1:35: p. m.. No. 32.:! north "t

tlon. For the present the postofficefcaa footstools, etc.-all right for bound, arrives at 1:13: and departs at CURED AFTER GROVE, GARDEN AND FIELDIf LT.pal ; : ::.:::.: .,! 550pm;; 615am
Christmas Mclver I I Lv.JacksunvUle "t So p m\\ 7 45 o m
been placed In the store of the presents-at & MacKay's. 1:20 p. m.. South bound No. 39 arrives SUFFERING TEN YEARS \.Idoata..... ......! 11 U p 11I1 lluop mAr

Kelleview Trading Company. at 3:05: and departs at 3:25::!; p. m.No. B. F. H.ireSuj't. Mi.inii Cycle) and you are raising: Tonat: )CS Egg-plants.; : Strawberries, Lettuce, or Cabbage, we can supply you a fertilizer Ar.Vordele. Tifton... .................: 12 1 K 13: a a IE K [1133 148pmiopm f m

:21! arrives at 3:10 a. m. and departs Mfs. Co.. Midilelmrg.. suffered for made especially for then, that has been Jhoroughly tested. Our Simon Pure No. i has the fruit s.a.Lar. 1
........... .
Ar.AmerleuaIr. T Ht
V Tkt body General Gordon will be .FOR SALE-For $!5 cash, a brand at 3 15 a. m. ten years with dyspepsia. He spent producing record of any fertilizer sold in the state. We have had 22 years practical exderience ColnmbmAr. _. __ : : mIJSp m, l5pm
and have time and In rimenting than all the manufacturers in the hlDgome1T..i ....... .. .1 iaapmG.5.
ml to Atlanta, where It will h. in new 400-pound safe. Apply to the S. S. O. & G. Di\'iion-\o 49 l leavesat hundreds of dollar: for medicine and spent more : money crop exp. .A '. KT. I

state In the capttol all day Wednesday.By Oeala Seed Store. 7 a. m, daily except Sunday. No. with doctors ithout receiving any permanent State. Besides special brands for special} crops we carry in stock all kinds of FERTILIZING Ar.Maeon. ..........1" 340am I 615pm0541E011
i 10:30 No. 47 leavesat MATERIALS AND CHE fICALS. We were the first dealers to: put K.
45 leaves
at : a. nj. bt>n"tit. He says: "One night Ar. Augu.sta ..... .. SS5 p m
hot 3:30 p. m No. 44 arrives at 9.55 the clitferc"t, tcrtiii/;:! "'.; nntcru'-: ':: within reach of growers, a tact they should C OF 6. R.B. 75: a m
The chocolate served at Troi while ft-elms exceptionally bad I was Ar. Atlanta.......__.... 715pmAr.Columbu
the death,"of. General John B. Gordon ler's fountain is made with Huyler's a. m.. daily except Sunday. o.-I6 about to throw down an evening paperwhen : -.-..r ,ri mind when ordering. ....,. 7 01 am.........
Gea. Stephen D. Lee becomes Ar.Birmingham.. .. 12; 30 BI .., ." ,
pure, delicious chocolate. arrives at 12:40: : p. m. No. 45 arrivesat I saw an item in the paper regarding -! WRITE FOR OUR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS TO A r. Memphis ._.. ItUipm ..., .....
commander in chief of the United Confederate S. C. ST. L.
'I 6:25: p. m., daily. except Sunday.No. : the merits of Kodol Dyspepsia Ar. Marietta. ....... .lIam Up m
Veterans.Mr. 50 arrives at 5:30: m., Sunday Ar. Cuatunoogi... ,._ 1 wpm 1115am
p. Cure. I concluded to it. and whileI ,
.; Evenings at 8. The Hardman Piano try
O PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville Fla. Ar. Nashville .V 65? pm' H a m
Player. Hear It. Ocala Music only.F. had no faith in it I felt better after -E. ILL.CENT.: K. K. .

J. J. Pyles. one of the clerks in Company.See J. Huber Depot Ticket Agent. the second dose After using two bot- Ar.& Chicago V 11 52aro:20 a m 73pmliSSpn.-V V

H 1tman's store, returned Tuesday Miss J. C. Maughs City Ticket Agent. ties I am stronger and better than I L. &; i'.za. i!
-- Ar. Louisville I 2 39 am'
t from Ocala. He"can tell you just how Vj'. C. White, Div. Pass.: Agt., Tampa, have been for years, and I recommend: -- Cincinnati ; tVofta

V many ties there aretween Puata that beautiful and artistic win- Fla. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friends To Cure a Cold in One Day Cures Grip Ar.Chicago C.&E.1.a.; R. I IStni I' .- .
dow display of candy fruits and nuts,, ,
Corda and the brfd'-Fort Myers, at Dame's. W. J. Craig. Gea. Pass. Agt. Wilmington and acquaintances suffering from any inTwolXyi.Seven .

Press. X. C. stomach trouble." Sold by Wm. An- take Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets.! A PJl ,4 on every

: '* We all know "Jim" to be a hustler dtr!' n. ;;'
E. C. Smith Funeral Director and (9.'c: 1lUA.2.IW F0LrnII0NEYL'rDIarchJldi'ea
and our word for It If be counted the Embalmer. Day phone. No. 10. Nigh PIT. the new game con be had at I MUSon boxes sold b post 12 months This signature,
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the Postoffice Go Sihlcmnirr's for bread. -
Drugstore. to ,
t tlesttwastwoatatlme. and Sunday No. 14. OcaU, Fla. -- -

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Bran Volume 9, Number J8f OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY JANUARY U, 1904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yeat OF ITS CUSTOMERS AND.




I II Having bought a Factory Sample Line of Caused the Recent Epidemic of Typhoid ,: AT THE CITY MARKET I

I i Fever-Disease Has Abated MUNROE & CHAMBI'iSS

Schnapps Tobacco Double 'John J B. Gordon the Southern Bayard I I and Danger is Over I _

Thick and Thin I LADIES' DROP STITCH BLACK HOSE Rartow Jan. 11.-Dr. E. W. Warren, |; '. BaQ rs- ,

Stonewall Jackson's Successor, Thrice who is here from Jacksonville as a'I' Leading! Wholesale &. Retail ButcheisWESTEN .- ;;:r-:

representative of the :State:; Board of OCALA FLORIDA..
Elected United States Senator, Twice Regular price 35c we are now sellingat I' ..
A. BROWN & BRO. Health receive a telegram from Dr. ;

Governor of Georgia, and Commanderin the remarkable low price of J. Y. Porter advising that a partial : AND CHOICE FLORIDA 54

Chief for Years of the United analysis of the sample of city water MEAT For .

sent from here shows it to be um- :'
Confederate Veterans ('on j
15 CENTS EACHCOME mated with "bacillus coli communis" I CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON V And \

General John IJ. Gordon died at his and Mayor C. E. Bayley immediately i ..

winter home at IJiscaync, East Coast. GONE issued a proclamation advising the Jt'Opie -' REPAIRS
Saturday night at 10:05. after a shortness to drink only boiled water. -GO' TOF.G.B.WBF'19- ,

II of aeute indigestion. He was '
There: have been few cases of fever

one of the famous lieutenant generals to develop the past day or two. and

T. W. Troxler. Agent for lIuylf'r' of the Confederate army. and those who are sick are reported doing DO YOU LIKE CANDY ?
known Jeweler
Candy.Weekly. Fresh Shipments Received was as the Chevalier IJayard well today except in one or two in-1 ,:
of the His "
Confederacy. career in stances. The state health officer! and |
What a qut'Sl'onYe! tan: hear the
--- war and peace was illustrious. lie rose our local doctors all agree that the disease -j II .J.effl NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOR

from the rank of captain to that of I
has about run its course. answer welling from a thousand J

I WI NTERSTYLES l lieutenant general rapidly. He was abrave CAR OF HEREFORDS I GONE TO JACKSONVILLE.: They authorize .the statement that 1LL ) LETTERS PAl ENT '1'
throatsYes.." Next quesetion, "Do
) JJ
fighter and an idfdl Soldier so
theie is and f
absolutelfno danger
; people )\ Notice is hereby given that' we, the

dashing and-, brave in -the slunk of arms A car of Hereford cattle arrived over The Baptist Witness was moved to may come and go at will without you like Taylor's candy?" Still the n.j K" undersigned will apply to the govern*

that he won the respect confidence and the A. C L. Saturday night and was Jacksonville this week. Rev. W. IMahon f ear. or of the state of Florida four-week '.;j.

love l of his soldis. who faiily idolized unloaded into the company's cattle has made a contract with the same answer. Good reason-it's clean after the publication of this notice, (or
Handsome l letters patent under the following pro
line of piece him. yard. here during yesterday morning Industrial Record Company to print {
BRUTALLY TORTUREDA i it's sweet, it's the sublimation' purity I posed charter. R. S. Hall.;
goods in stock for suits When th. great Lee stacked his armsat hey weie admired by several hundred I the paper for him. It will be consolidated I..1:3.: Robertson i

A[>i>omutiox. Gordon was a conspicuous l"'-''[!''. The car contained six young w ith the Florida Baptist of Tampa case came to light that for persistent i at the minimum of pi <'e. No reason William Hocker.
trousers and overcoats. and unmerciful torture has .er- j
figure. He told his men to go h bulls for Z. C. Chambliss' Palmettosunk and issued in magazine form. j Copy of Proposed Charter's Marten -t

We home obey the laws and restore their haps never been equaled. Joe Oolobickof why you shoulJn't-ewr reason: ,.
are up-to-date in ma- farm and the rows for the Marion Land and Development'ComplJY v
(t'olusa Cal., writes: "For 13:; years I
homes. General Gordon's popularity
farm. This is said be the finest E
terial and to IF UNWELLTry thy 'hould-bu candy; of the assocl
workmanship. you We. undersigned, hereby .-
endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism -
made him governor of the Empire State of blooded cattle that has '
pure v \ ate ourselves tbgether for the purpose
All orders skillfully and of the South and thiee times I'nited eStates \'.. b-en seen ht'l'e.Ir.. Chambliss and nothing relieved me although I CHAS. E. TAYLOR \ of becoming incorporated nnder'tfit
a GOc. bottle of lIt>rbinE', notice
promptly executed work Senator from which office! heletiied selected each erne of them in person I tried everything known. I I laws l of the state of Florida, applicableto
the improvement speedily affected in came across Electric Bitters, and it is corporations for profttARTICLE :
theLtIo"t>d of the people.One .
while he was in Texas a few weeks
fully guaranteed. I your Appetite, Energy. Strength and the greatest medicine on earth for that '
of the noble traits of this bril attending the big sale of Hereford L
ago I v Watch how it brightens the WITH THE COMING
Respectfully, trouble. A few bottles of it completely -
Ii.llltarrlur and statesman that -
was s tot'k. Notwithstanding the long and I I! _-.-- The name of this'corporation 'ahaD'be
spirits gives freedom from Indigestion -a
] ,
Jetty Burnett when the war ended he began the work trying 11 il', the cattle looked lemark- l relieved and cured me. Just as / OF THE YEARWe Marion Land and Development Com

of it-conciliation and, closing the and i Debility.Isaac I good for Liver and Kidney troubles pany, and its principle place of.: bUB .
ahlt.II.. and few days of care andfeed
a Story Ava, Mo.. writes, Sept. ness shall be in Ocala, Marion county.
and general debility. Only 50e. Satisfaction I
Merchant Tailor. I "bloody <'hasm. Iy! his magnificent will make them as plump as when -: : want to do a bigger business than
10. 1900: "I was in bad health. I had
oratory and grand I.atriotit'ords, he they left Texas. A tiny calf was found I stomach trouble for twelve months. I guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly -:: -- ever and we want every builder and I The directors may establish branch

created, a sentiment, Xoith and, South the rattle when they were unloaded Diugstore. i places of business or offices at suca
among also dumb chills. Dr. J. W. Mory i : L4JM person interested in building to know
Opposite Hall prescribed
City P. 0. Box 374 I points within the state of Florida as -
in his wond..rrull..clur..s "The Firstand ,
on. l and the little rellowas not in
: Heibine and it cured me in I I _;i-: 1 that we are prepared to render them they may deem necessary.
Last of the
Ia's Confederacy
the least huit, to and was '
strange say two weeks. I cannot recommend it too It c.._
H. R. : the most efficient service in prompt deliveries :
HUNTER that fostered a spirit of amity that
as lively as a CI kket, but in after years I
highly. It wit do all you claim for it. The general nature of the busineu
won millions to think as he did. The Invited -' I of the very best yellowpine
theme will be a sourie of doubt in his Guest Who Was Called transacted
to be is
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. 1 ;
Geneial Gordon's name became a mind! as to whkh state he should claim Before the Feast. I : A J4 mouldings mill work, shingles and of 1. To acquire lands In the state: of
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.!.u GUN.-. [. I household word all over this nation allegiance. The missionary Lad finished his: talk I -.--- .'-- everything of wood needed in the Florida by purchase lease. or other

and he was admired and )lovrd for his INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS to the crowd of derelicts iu a Bowery building trade. wise. .

-and- I statesmanlike and patriotic sentiments, WHAT'S IN A NAME mission; and went around the room to \ : __i; ;: : 2. To buy and sell all kinds of per -

Tomorrow evening is the date for the shake them by the hand. There was: :;ir'/ sonal and real property.
hkh came from his large warmht'artt'.I. bench whose face C.I.GRACE. 3. To own and operate fanning
one man sitting; on a i
LOCKSMITHRepairing I tegular monthly meeting of Fort Kingcamp '
unselfish nature and found a Everything is in the name when iteonies was so utterly loathsome that the missionary's lands. }

p H'Sponsive lodgment in the hearts of to Witch Hazel Salve. I;:. C. De- No. Woodmen of the World, gorge rose in his throat and 4. To prospect and develop mineral ,i

a Specialty.OCALA those to whom he never appealed in in i the Masonic hall over Peyser's he was compelled to him by. Themait's 1ft l lands. ';
Witt & Co. of Chicago discovered some pass 1 1R rIC tm.
Ficir 5. To rniln"
I store. Officers will be installed and I do any and, all things ;of'
marked the look of
FLORIDA.W.W.Cawnan&Co.. vain. lie was the first and only l'l't's'iJ..nt years ago how to make a salve from I some candidates initiated. All mem- disgust. and in a tone of mingled dejection -
of the United Confederate Vet herein forth.ARTICLE .
Witch H.lzthat! is a specific for Piles. purposes set _
beis should be present and resentment he cried out: I Makers of theM J
erans' Association. As years rolled on For blind bleeding, itching and protruding 3. iq
"Say, mister why don't you shake ,
the affection of his old comrades grewto i'iles, (>eczema cuts, burns, The amount of capital stock authorized -
hands wid ?
absolute devotion. No man exercised bruises and all skin diseases DeWitt's FRESH COUNTRY BUTTER The me j : is seven thousand dollars ($1000)s<
young missionary turned, conscience '
lo DeyokL : divded into shares of
You will find a well sdected stock of so great an influence OVer the association Salve has no equal. This has given stricken, looked into the sin ( j seventy (70) the
Mis. S. p.. P>'les' delicious countrybutter par value of one hundred dollars (1100) -
groceries at as the sublime and towering scarred features and the man'shand.
to numerous worthless ('ountt> ris"l grasped ( each which shall be payable in propi
is again on sale at the Seed]I '
ton form and mind of the heroic citizen erty at valuation to be fixed
Ask for De\\'itl's-the genuine. J HIGHEST a by the
CARMAN & CD'S., fllflflfl
General John I!. Gordon. by Win. Anderson. Store. "Heall). brother you must forgive i i Cfl ,4. directors at a meeting called for such I.I
North Main; St. north of I i 'GRADE..WJ1UIJMfl: ( .
city mar General Gordon during the past me stammered.. "I-I couldn't helpit t' 11 I purpose. .' "
ket. A VEST-POCKET DOCTOR when I saw 'ou-your face. Hut I'll ARTICLE 4.
twenty ).t'lfS.'i"it..J Oeal.on several j I An unusually large and pretty line of j I ,
Specialties I make amends. You must take dinner -AND- The term for which this corporation
occasions, the last time but a year ago; j toilet articles at Tydings & Co. I with me tomorrow night." is to exist is ninety-nine earL

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, and in speaking here he always drewa II Never in th way no trouble to carry The broken man glanced at his: rag!!I The Celebrated -" J I ARTICLE 5.
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easy to take pleasant and never failing II
CHICKENS AND EGGS i crowded house of loving suLj(>l'ts.I -I II i in results are DeWitt's Little Early I in confusion. blushed like a girl and I 'i "EL TROPICO"'I I. The business of this corporation Isi

Remember the place and rest assured Those who met him will never forgetthe gasped( : to be conducted by a president viet 1
I I II .
HOLIDAY Risers. A vial of these little pills! in I "\ :Me take dinner wid :Me Havana
we will treat you right.W. magic light of his penetrating. I you Cigars I ,, general manager, secre
I 'I I the vest pocket is a certain guarantee go to your house! !" tary and treasurer and a board of dl-,
bright the realistic of hisgood
W. CAn I.-\., & CO. eye grasp
I against headache biliousness, torpid I "Yes, I mean it I'll come tomorrow :.'..*. ,.',.c : : ,, recors. consisting of not less than ,j
/ that touched
right hand palms I
I night and \ three or more than seven persons, to |
EXPOSURES l liver and all of the ills resulting from got you.
with electic eflfeit, and while his constipation. They tonic and strengthen True to his word the missionary presented CHAS. PEYSER, Prop. I be elected at the annual meeting of the
FISH AND OYSTERSI stockholders. to be held the -'
words of touching pathos melted your himself at the lodging house on second ,
the liver. Sold by Wm. Anderson. : I Ocala Florida.Commercial. Tuesday in March of each year from '.
heart his thrill of oratory can led youirresistibly the next evening and inquired for the ,
have fresh llottcm Fish and I Bring on Coughs, Cold, I "hich board of directors the forego -
to the heights of enthusiasm man. A corpse was lying on the table,, -- lag officers shall be elected. Tbe'following '

Mullet always on hand: and with his commanding form.1oer Grippe and other troubles OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS a handkerchief spread over its: far!'. 0 I o 'I named officers are to conduct

of gesture and vehemence ofspeeih. II The clerk jerked his thumb in the direction I the business of this corporation until "
that be
Cedar Key and Crystal River led you captive to his irresistible can Saturday of the body. I Bank those annually elected shall be quali j
OVSTKUS. logic. Though tI'ad.hht' !'tillIh't's. promptly nipped in the I Mr. and :Mrs. Gordon Lee Chicamauga. "That's Wilson." he said. "He had fied.'iz: R. S. Hall. president; John '
fixed himself up and was waitin' for C D. Robertson. vice president and'Ce-
bud Oa.: I). W. McLaury M. J. Roess : BRANCH tF) O
RECEIVED FRESH and thousands mourn his death. by using I II you; dropped( dead halt an hour ago.-" eral manager and William Hocto
I 1 Cornell Fla.; S. Hopkins.. Howard New York I'res: o COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE secretary and treasurer, and R. S. Ha

B. Tuttle. Xangatuck. Conn.; S. IIflhith. I. O John D. Robertson and William Hod I
Opened and delivered upon request JUDGE MAXWELL WILL TROPICALPINEAPPLE I J I II er, directors.
I'I city; James E. Tate, Baltimore: Enil>nrra*..lnlt.i .

SHK ME, I CAN LEAVE SUPREME BENCHrensacola. T. J. Long Cincinnati; Adam Joseph i The Squire's Pretty Daughter (examining ? CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO ? ARTICLE I. "
I The highest amount of indebtednei
FILL YOUR WANTS I anJ wife Vincennes. Ind.: Emma Her ; the village; It'boull-XOW i children
to which this corporation
I I Fla.. Jan. 11.-Judge Rve- i mann Evansville, Inii.; Wm. C. Au- can you tell me what a miracle I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS o time subject itself is seven can thoiuan at an

\V. M. TUCKER, 1 111)'n Maxwell: of the supreme couit of i ghinbaugh. Hagerstown. Md.; C. J.Rogers r is? dollars (7000.)
TAR AND WINE : The children looked at one another, o DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0
Market. : says that in a few days he will : Jaiksninille; Thos. H. Irvine, I ARTICLE 7.
hand the governor his resignation Jaiksomille: W. B. Gallagher Tampa The names and place of
"Can no one answer this question?' AND SOLD 0 residencyTJr_ '
-- -- -- The Great Florida Remedy !I
from the enih. Judge Lu- I Y ot the subscribers together "
supreme JohnV.. Auchin<'loss. New York; O.I the new curate asked who was standing I I with the '-

I cius J. n.\"..". who succeeded Judge backed by more than I i j I H. Lloyd HoMer; J. G. ISaskin DunmtlI.n. behind the squire's daughter 1- -- -- amount of capital stock subscribed for i
-- ----- ---- by each is
-- follows
II I I 1I -------- -- as :
WAGON lJ Maxwell as circuit judge when the latter .
OGAtA WORK a million dollars of Florida -[.I A little ;girl was suddenly struck I J. D. Robertson. Ocala Fla, 21
I went on bemh. will i I Sunday with a brilliant idea. She held up her I hares.R. .

W. F. McATEER Proprietor I also resign. and the two will form a I capital. Look at the 5 !j j I Ii A. Har.laker Levon, Fla.: Wallace e hand" excitedly." GI E7Il] 7C1IPJCH. S. Hall. Ocala Fla. 25 shares. t

copartnerhip for the: practice of law : \VeIl, Nellie? the squire's daughtera'kt' : William Hocker, Ocala Fla., 29
of the gentlemenwho I ni.un.irJ. Palm Beach .'. l
names L : W. King !smiling" approvingly. shares. %
Htht' Omul! tire an.1 rubber here. I
this company I Macon: Irvine Gates and wife Virginia "Plea, miss." the small child replied *' Q

rn.t.-hin.' to set rubber tiivs compose i : F. P. Rice, Atlanta: 15. S. Walker.Momoe. breathlessly "mother says 'twill .>: 7 1RFI.: .: (. State of Florida, t? |j

the finest hon; hllt'r in I'Ior1 NIGHT WAS HER TERROR"I and see if this is i Ga.; : T. M. Armistead Atlanta: be a miracle if you don't marry the I :Marion County. ;]
Before me the undersigned officer, :
<1,1. not a sufficient guarantee J. L). ('rurgs. Live Oak. Fla.: E. H.t'heny. I. new curate."-London Clobe.hltcogulaed '
personally appeared R. S. Han JOb* ..
11.1thl" l"est painter in town. \\ould cough nearly all night long"writes I of : Baltimore: : M. H. "hambtrs, A. I have a great quantity of D. Robertson and William'Hocker. tome
Mrs. Ch.l!'. Applegate of Alexandria merit.
H.i\f the lst blacksmiths in town.Do I ; It. well
J. !>>>'le. Jacksonville: R. W. Van known to be the indlvduals
all kind of wagon buggy and Ind.. hand could hardly get any \VM. S. Junl>,\x. Ties.. Danker and L runt. Starke, Fla.EVERY "This." sunlfd the fond young wifeas second hand furniture muchof who signed the foregoing proposed

t tt i i.ige impairing building painting or sleep.! I had consumption so bad that I Capitalist. she passed. a plate of dessert to her charter, who severally acknowledged to

upholstering.lx if I walked a block I would cough! CII.nLl' I. Vke-Pres.. WholesaleMerchant. BOTTLE husband myself., "' is cottage pudding. I madeit it as good as new, all me purposes that they expressed signed therein.the same for th

> any kind of ksmithing. frightfully and spit blood but, when The man tasted: of it. of I further certify that I am duly com,
,' blocks all other medicines failed, three Jl J. J. WILLIAMS 2nd Viee-Pre. Commercial manner articles and missioned
.ill on them two west of Of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Warranted "I'd have known it wa? cottage pad notary public in and for testate

rittnun and Son. bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery Salesman.W. : din;." he aJxrteJ. and county aforesaid, and"that

wholly cured me and I gained 3pounds. < U. SPEKUV Treas.. Prop., Duval "You would' !she" ssked.% dvlibted. my commission does not expire( until
We guarantee every bottle of Cham FOR LACK OF STORAGE ROOMWill the 15th day of February 1905. "
It is absolutely guaranteed I1l>t..1Tllns "Yes. I can tate the plaster and tbe
witness whereof I have hereunto
to cure Coughs. Colds. La Grippe. A. DA Vis5. s=i'l')'. and Mgr.. Pub berlain's Cough Remedy and will refund wall paper. What did you do with the ,I I Ishingles set my hand'and affixed my official

E. \VILBER bronchitis and all Throat and Lungtroul.les li< satisfied after using two. thirds of neyV-Jod1. sell at almost your own price -
: ( ) T.
T. Munroe
Trice 50o. and $1. Trial bottles D. H. h' IILL.\X. Vic-rres.. Consolidated ,
_r. DOUGHERTY ST the contents. This is the best remedyin I
free at the Anti-Monopoly Drug Naval Store Co. .
the world for la The Street Glrln. "
grippe coughs CALL
Painter and interior decorator. I colds croup and whooping cough and I Kittie-Paul told me last evening I I .
I:. 1-: WEST. Capitalist; and Lumber
was the prettiest girl he ever saw. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Ct&>
I is
pleasant and safe to take. It -
PAPKR hANGING, CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON Manufacturer.A. prevents Hl'ssie-Oh. that's notLing. lIe said I ter 4888, Laws of Florida. *<
any tendency of a cold to resultin ;;:
THE SEABOARD AIR LINE A. FRALCIGH Cashier Bank of the same to me last year.

KALSOMIXIXG1'AIXTIXG Madison.T. in Inf'Umnia11 druggists. I itti(>-I know. dear bet Lis tastemay ; Notice is hereby given that F. N,

IX Following is the time of arrival and C. SMITH, Ass.'ashler Bank of I have improved since then youknow.P No.Ramsdell 191,,dated purchaser the lit of day tax of certificate July. A. 1
HOTEL FOR SALE oston Transcript !
departure of trams on the Seaboard Madison. Ocala Furniture Co D. 1901. has filed said certificate In my -;

ALL HRAXCHKS. Air Line railway at Ocala: ,\. H. WEST Capitalist and neal Estate office and has made application for tax ;'
Dealer.CIEO. Fifteen room hotel. eight nicely furnished Krfined. deed to issue in accordance with,law.
No. 66. from Tampa 12.41: : m.
p. Mrs. Nuritch-I think Iii take this Said certificate
at Dunneilon for sale cheap embraces the follow-
SIGN PAINTING AND LETTERIM leaves for Jacksonville anJth r T. IFoonx.1t'n..ral SouthernAgent for bracelet. Are you sure it's made of refined lag described property situated In-Marion -
cash. Best of reasons for sehhin'g.Money .
points north at 1 p. m. X. Y. Lift- Ins. Oo.D. ;gold? county, Florida to-wit; E% of ne
First class work only No. 50. night train. from Tampa P. SMITH. Tax Collector VolusiaCounty. to the right roart)'. Tall on or Jewell'r-Oh.. i I INSURANCE:: >4 of nw>4, see 3<. tp It, r-22. Tile

-- --- -- address W. W. Mann. Yoik. Fla.! i or I Mrs. XUrit.h'p'l'C.use. I do, detestanything said land being assessed at the date of .
leaves for Jacksonville at ::33 a. m. ; I .
the issuance of such certificate in, .
Mis. A. R. Br.iseI.! Dunnell"' Fia. tn
that isn't refined. Philadelphia
I No. :20, southbound from Jacksonville. II. II. McCRE-XRY. Editor GainesvilleDaily _ _ Ledger. : : HALL & RAWLS name jof party'unknown. Unless said

USE TMYLO'SRemedy 2r: ; II arrives :2.12: p. m. and leaves for Tam-ILL Sun.D. I certificate shall be'redeemed according ,
GOING NORTH OR WESTThe to law tax deed 'win issue thereon on j
at :2:32 .
: : p. m. E: THOMPSON.'ralIanagl'r
Work is the fame the entree.of AGEXTS the 30th of January. *
of Sweet Gum and soup. FOR .. day ; A. D. W4.
No. 57. southbound from Jacksonville St. Augustine Daily Record.WM. .
L- Louisville & Nashville R. R. fortune the roast and oblivion the dessert Witness my otf"sil Uhire and *

Mullen for Coughs, Colds, I leaves for Tamja at 12:5S: : a. mAll J. P.RYAN. County Solicitor. Du- (era unexcelled passenger serrice. of most lives. There is no cordial Standard Fire Insurance Companies and Penn'ff Mutual I seal this the.2Sth day'of December'A. -

trains l D. 191U.'s.. '1'.
carry Pullman sleepers and val County. ,
Modern trains! Pullman!
carrying sleepers -
LaGrippe. Great i Life Insurance Co. Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co, Ha,
railway postoffices, and day trains stopat W 31. A. EVANS. up-to-date coaches free reclining CHILDREN POISONED .
Remedy for all Throat and : Ocala for dinner. *, b' fJ.r
I Try bottle acd if I, chair cars and dining cars betweeni :Many children are Poisoned an3: made .: .-- A. C L, CITY TICKET OFFICE'
--, a not> FIRE LIFE !
Lung Troubles. Thoronghiy i Southern and Northern cities. The nervou* and weak. if not killed out-

tested for 30 years. 25c., V A LIFE-AT STAKE pleased, write the company i finest dining car service in the South.All j right. by mothers giving them cough! Tickets 10-all-parts of the.: tJidtjd

I agents sell through tickets! via syrups containing opiates. Foley's I Roorns7and8
$1. For If but knew or any one of the J .' States and Canada on sale. SchaftdMand'
SOc., and Sale by' you the splendid merits L. &: N.For Honey and Tar is a safe and certain Merchants Block. WeerfuIT7
of Foley's Honey and above I route funds&t4 i oprospectiffr
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.KIDNEYCURE. Tar you would gentlemen and get! rates. schedules: and sleepin; remedy for coughs. croup and: lung Ocala, -:- -:- -:- -:- .:- Florida* afelers 1>7 callijsf cr
never be \\ithout it.
prevent an attack of A dose or two \\I ill your money back. Made[ cir reservations apply to J. M. Flemjing trouble, and is the only promini'ntcough phoning. Agent; for all of. tie tra&sAtlactie -
pneumonia I la
or I Florida passenger agent 206 W. medicine that contains -
orates i-
grippe. It may save your life. Soldby" only by Trop. Mfg. Co. I I steamship"lines 1nr--to'U1
j Bay St.. Jacksonville, or C. L. Stone or other poisons. :SoM: by th fOLETSIIONIYANDTAH fOLmIlOmA. ol'the
.ad Bladder RlgU the PostofCice.Drugstore.. and sold TAR European port; J.'C. -Pi;
JCldwys by druggists. I G. P. A., Louisrille, K"L. Postoffice Drugstore i -
I II Cures Colds: Prevents Pneumonia 'arcAll.4l'ea tafc vat B*' *so* City Ticket Agent; ,.0000a-HtnIM. 1.a


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COPULA life '
Ama the cares"of marrIed ; .- DEPARTMENTRev.

INHERIT. In spite of toil and business strife.- FITS' IesI

i&rofiia; manifests itself ia many ways. Swelling of the glands of the It you'value your sweet wife. Only One Pair sold to J. E. A. Keelef Editor .

.- t neck and throat Catarrh weak eyes, white swelling,offensive sores and ab- Tell her so! SJ3.5OTHE= (

cesses ,skin eruptions, loss of strength and weakness in muscles and joints. a CustoIner. WEARSCOMPANY
t I. It is a miserable disease and traceable in almost every instance to some Prove to her you don't forget Soup every other dar at W. 0. Parker's. -

family blood taint. The bond to which the seal Is set; a .

Scrofula is bred inthe Scrofula appeared on the head of my She's of life's sweets the sweetest yet RACKET
I little grandchild when only 18 month Thomas Summers'Is sick at his
bope, ia 'transmittedfrom ,old, and ipread rapidly over her body. Tell her so!
: 'parent to child Th. disease next attacked the eyes and (The Store with the Yellow Front home.
we feared she would loee her eight. Em When days are dark and deeply blue ) i
; ithe'eedsarep1anteIin I inent physician were consulted, but
I infancy and unless the. could do nothing to relieve the little In4 She has her troubles, same as you, Mrs. Anna Daniels spent a while in

s I blood u.paged and PU- try nocent.8. 8. I.It wa That* then medicine that we at once decided madea to Show her that your love Is true- WANTED-Men to learn the barbertrade. the jail yesterday doing missionarywork.
I rifiedand every atom of apeedy and complete cure. She U now Tell her so! .
&'younir lady, and ha never had a aigaof We have the best opportunityever
}thetaintremoved ed Scrofula the disease to return. i
ia sure to develop at MBS. UTE BEMLY, There was a time you thought it bliss offered. Can earn nearly all expenses George McQueen, who mashed his

s:.omeperiodinyonrUfe.; 18 South 5th Street. SaiinaKan. To get the favor of one kiss; THE CABLE COMPANY before completing. Start now hand severely last week is decidedly

... | No remedy equals S. a cure for Scrofula. It cleanses and builds A dozen now won't come amIss- and finish for spring rush. Write for better.

tup the blood makes it rich and pure, and under the tonic effects of this Tell her so! catalogue. Moler Barber College. .New-

-.peat Blood Remedy the general health improves the digestive organs are Orleans. La. Furnished rooms and board at Mrs.

strengthened, and there is a gradual but sure returnto Your love for her is no mistake-' Marie Ruth's, corner Lime and West

I health. The deposit of tubercular matter in the You feel it, dreaming or awake. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Broadway, upstairs

t Joints and glands is carried off as soon as the blood Don't conceal it! For her sake.
1 restored normal One of the and Most Sub- Leave to Sell Minor's Land. Call at the Mack House for
t3) is to a condition and the sores,eruptions 'Tell her so! Largest comfortable

and other symptoms of Scrofula disappear. Notice! is hereby given that on the lodging and board at reasona-

: t 8. 8. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and harmless; an ideal blood Don't act. if she has passed her prime, 14th day of February. A. D. 1904. I will ble rates. West Broadway

-purifier and tonic that removes all blood taint and builds up weak constitu- As though to please her were a crime; stantial in the United StatesTHE apply to Honorable R Bullock. county

tions.' Our physicians will advise without charge all who write us about If e'er you loved her, now's the time- judge in and for Marion county state Dr. R. A. M. Benton and Rev. J. H.

k thCr! ease.' Book mailed free. Tell her so! Mekerson[ are attending the grand
of Florida. at his office in Ocala in
l THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. lodge of F. A. M. in Pensacola.Oysters
; I She'll return, for each caress, said county for an order authorizingme i

An hundred-fold of tenderness! as guardian of the minor heir of In all styles-at all hours.

Hearts like her's were made to bless! ABOVE COMPANY MANU- the estate of Geo. W. Phillips deceased Rates reasonable. Alberstine Smith's

''FORt SALE Tell Eer so! to sell at private sale the following restaurant, next .to Benus' block.

property belonging to said estate, to-
You are her's and her's alone; FACTURES AND SELLS DIRECT THE
I. wit: The el s of sel i of nw\&. sec 35, The only store in the poor map's rangeIs
Well you know she's all your own;
& I tp 16 r :20, e. or so much thereof as willcom'e Casminski's store-The New Ex
186-Ten room house occupied by Mrs. Moody. Don't wait to "carve it on a stone" *

: 187-L on Ocklawaha, corner Herbert st. Tell her so! ) the undivided interest of change.
Cable George Earl Phillips, the only minor
Conover Schubertand t
Kingsbury W. O. Parker has now opened in first
; 1 88-Store, residence and farm Linden Fla. Never let her heart grow cold, heir of said estate containing ten class his
style restaurant near the S.
r 189-Residence occupied by Mr. Cullen. Richer beauties will unfold; acres. Said:: land belonging to the estate -I
A. L., and can serve the public in royal
190-56 acres hammock 4 miles north of Ocala She is worth her weight in gold! of the said Geo. W. Phillips deceased -. st>Ie.

Tell her so! to be sold for the best interest -
: 1QI-One acre directly opposite Camp's.
-Selected. of the said minor heir. Go to S. S. Bellamy for fine assorted
192 -House J. M. IJe on.193House Pianos
Willington This the 9th day of January, 1904. glassware, clocks watches, Jeyelryand
: Miss V.
occupied by
JUST ONE MINUTEOne Mary M. Phillips, Guardian. general repairing. West Broadway,

/ 194-Israel Brown House opposite symgogue. Powers' block.

S 195-100 acres, part hammock 4 mileSifrom Ocala Minute Cough Cure gives reliefin SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
1 Rev. C. C. Jacobs, D. D., field agentof
196-2 miles from Ocala 20 acres and house. one minute, because it kills the mic-
S They are Girilg' Satisfactionall the Sunday School Union, M. E.
robe which tickles the mucous mem Under and by virtue of a decree rendered -
: 197-iq room house on Pond st. church, will preach at Zion M. E.
brane, causing the cough, and at the by the Honorable James W.
198-Lots in Smith & Dougherty addition. Locke, judge of the circuit court of church Sunday.
same time clears the phlegm, draws Over the United
acres hammock 2 miles east. States the United States, in and for the
199-20 out the inflammation and heals and southern district of Florida, in chan- The Magnona restaurant, corner of

200-20 acres from 3 miles west. soothes the affected parts. One Minute cery. in a cause pending therein in Magnolia and Market Sti., is open at
201-8 room house I mile from school house. Cough Cure strengthens the lungs which Mrs. Tootie B. McGregor, as all hours. Meals and lunches at reasonable .
executrix of Ambrose M. Mc-
202-Green Place I mile out. wards oft pneumonia and is a harm- surviving rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J,
10 acres
Gregor deceased is complainant, and
less and never failing cure in all cura- Prices and Terms in Reach of All I i Ruth, managers.The .
203-15 acre farm 5 room cottage 4miles. I Chas. W. White and the Tuscawilla
ble cases of Coughs. Colds and Croup. Phosphate Company are defendants,
-House occupied by Mr. Haley. 1 reading room at SL James Episcopal -
rendered the 13th
said decree day
One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to on
Write Call!! and See 1! 190S church, is in of erection.T. .
205-40 acres land 19 14 23. take, harmless and good, alike for or us November, A. D. process
I will offer for sale to the highestand .
| L. McCoy lay reader. is pushing
206-House occupied by P. V. Leavengood. young and old. Sold byVim Anderson. best bidder for cash at public out-
things to the front and asks the friendsto
207-House occupied by John Moore. ory. before the court house door .in
1113 I I I Franklin Stm Tampa, Fla. I Ocala Marion county, Florida on rally on their subscriptions.Say .

HER ONE TALENT Monday, the first day of February, A.
J. STARR STERNBERGER where are you going with sucha
D. 1904
bundle of clothes? I am going to

Margaret E. Sangster tells of a wo J. A. JORDON between the hours of 11 and 12 a. m., John Jackson's No. 30 Broadway, to
-- the following described property towit; ,
man. neither young, nor beautiful, nor have them repaired cleaned and press
Lands in Marion County
I robust, nor accomplished nor educated ed. lIe is all right; he will be &
CHRISTMAS HAS ARRIVED : Manager Tampa Branch. SeVi of sec 15, tp 13, s of r 22, e, except -
who became a bride. She realized that 15 acres beginning at the ne corner mother to you; dying a specialty.

she was extremely unlike her brilliant of said quarter, thence w 20 rods,
5 husband. "I have not even one talent Fifty pianos on Floor to Select from. Terms easier on, !' 840 rods w 20 rods s 40 rods, w :20! Many of our patrons tell us they will

AND DEPARTED to fold away in a napkin," she said. / ; rods s 40 rods e 40 rods, n SO rodsto call around and bring their dues. The

Rut her husband loved her and she High Grade Piano's than any dealer in the state. Give p o b, containing 145 acres; also editor lives out of the way of everybody .I'
: si,: of sw >;, sec 15, tp 13, s of r 22.:! e; f....
and to of that
loved him, and would please God make order Expences and satisfaction. j and e1; of nw\i of neVi. and n% of save you extra
him "There is us an we pay guarantee and of and walk he will call back and get It.
But :You Can Get Good Goods happy. one comfortIcan ne'. of nwU. n% 8W'4, __

''s\\t' __ __ __ ___ ___' __. _13._
keep house," she said. So she n '.. _ami_ _s\vl'_ of "\,1\_. se< 2?. tv. .
i .- 7 ,.- 1 i iOI.I.melel.I iI iI I s of r 22, e; also se 4 of sw >4, except Does your horse Interfere or

Every Day Except Sunday. planned the delicate dainty, healthful I i I 19 acres in the extreme n end thereofof strike? If so, call and give me a'trial.
meals and kept the home clean. but not B.I..I.I.I.I : sec :2, tp 14, s of r 22, e; and the Carriages buggies and wagons repaired -

forbiddingly spotlesss. It invited the I rill\ be at the following |.la<'.-!- toreceive nw>4 of fel! and n4 of se>4 of se%. at reasonable rates. H. Harvey

.-AT- tired husband to rest, to litter it with I returns of real and iersunalproperty and se1* of se4 of se i, and n% of sw
two doors south of Powers'
i of se>-4, and beginning at the sw grocery.
books and papers if it pleased him to and agricultural rts. as _
cor of sw*, of S<:I 4, thence e 1100 ft;
bring work home from the office, while the law requires: n 660 ft, w 1100 ft, s 660 ft. and se>4 The Railroad Restaurant that has

G.A.NASH'S she sat beside him, ready to "visit" January, 1904 I!l of sw \4, ex 10 acres across the extreme just opened near the S. A. L., has secured -

: whenever he looked up. The husband n end. thereof, containing 30 acres; the services of B. J. Mitchell and
Martel, Monday, 25:i. a. m. j I AJRLINERAIL\VAY : and S\\'. of sw>4 of sec 3, tp 14, s ofr
said one day: "There is one talent you : : Ledwith Smith as waiters and Mrs. Rebecca -
Cotton Plant, (1'otofiictM..nI.iy.) 22 e. Also beginning at the se cor
have, darling, beyond anyone else in of sec 4, tp 14, s of r 22, e, thence w Robinson as cook, who are lend
:23!; p. m. B FOR(
the world-the talent of having time L i along the section line 850 ft. thencen ing every effort to make it the "swell"
26! 11 to 3.
Heidt\Ul Tuesday :
1 HUBBARD & MACDUFFFLORIDL" enough for everything." His home wasa Southern Pine to the n line of said "4, thence 850 cafe of the city.
Dunnellon Wednesday :27.! JfSavannah, Columbia Camden *, ft to the section line. thence s along the
suburb of paradise and he went
Romeo. Thursday. 2S, 11 toi.:i.Blitchton fl Raleigh, Richmond, \Vashington, Baltimore, : section line to the place of beginning .L. Green, the lightning shaver. Call
forth to the competitions of life stead
Friday, :29.February! Philadelphia New York. : containing 52 acres. Also beginningat and try his shave and hair cut and yon
ily successful in all his enterprises.And g the nw cor of the nw', of ne% of
-: OCALA the I 1904 see 10. tp 14, s of r 22:!, e. run thence e will always come. Shave, lOc.; hair
quiet wife who had time to
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. 9 : 1100 ft. thence s 660 ft. thence w 1100 cut, 25c.; honing razor, 25c.; concave
love him, to share his hopes to listen Kendrick Monday a. m.
B : ft. thence n 660 ft to point of beginning, razor, 75c. All work first class. No
to his views, consult with him as to his Martin Monday 1. p. m.
containing 164 acres. Also n1, of nw
: chairs. Next door to
Seaboard long delays two
: HEADQUARTERS FOR plans, and make his life supremely Lowell, Tuesday, :2!, a. m. Express, It of sec 11, and w >4 of se'. of nwi4, ;
9H Alberstine Smith West Broadway
happy, was an element to his success Hedduk Tuesday. :2, p. m. 1 Seaboard Mail. sec 11, tp 14, s of r 22 e. Also nw-% on
: of ne4 of sec 13. tp 14. s of r 22. e. *
J. W. swift barber and
which counted more largely than Milntosh, Wednesday 3. Howard the
even Sw i4 of seH of nwt 4 of sec 18. tp 14,
AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE 4, 9B smooth has opened shop
Central. shaver now
i' the husband knew.It Thursday a. m. I
I s of r :23.! e; ne'4 of sec 36, tp 15, s of r
is rare to find in this hurrying Flemington, Friday. :5, a. in. i I : HODORN PULU1AN EQUIPMENT. i ::0.: e.Also. opposite Liddon's stables. and will give

...: Nm S5lNLf.c world, a being who works with an air Fairfield Friday 5, p. in. I 9 a certain 10 acre parcel knownas you first class work at regular prices;

; of repose; who can pause to listen to Shady Grove Monday, S. a. m. I .i the Gore Home Tract being in these ministers at cut rates viz: shave 10c..
4t fJI. 1 : i 47 L.1I : I 4 of nel4 and ne\4 of se'. and lying
_ another's story; who has a heart touched Santos Monday, 8, p. m. I e ONLY LINE OPERATING 9 : next to the range line between ranges 22 hair cut and shave, 25c- Open from

: _ _' lU-lleview. Tuesday 9. 6:30: a. m. until 8:30 m.; Saturdays,
to SI) responsive a key that sympathy and :23.! more particularly described as p.
S _ Ur.oL JterN. In a friend's good fortune is as Pedro (school house) Wednes.Ltv. 1", : Daily Through Sleepers from : I commencing on the e bdy of said sec open until 11:30: p. m. Give him a trial.

36. at a pt 5.0S5: chns n of the *. see,
: :: = = = : U'J ready as pity for a friend's calamity.This a. m. to New Orleans. ;
a thence w 10 cbs s 10 ('hI!, e 10 cbs n Irs. Susan Weston has received her
woman, who had the one talent of Summerfield, Wednesday. JH t. p. in. 10 i-hs
5 to pt beginning, in sec 36),
= :: : : : n 9.For sick lenefit of $11 from the United
.. doing fully and blithely every home obligation Candler. Thursday. 11. a. In. full information and Sleeper Reservations call on any Agent : tp 15. s of r 22. e. Also swl,4 of nwViani
American, and Mrs. Matt Hampton received
= = = = :: :: :: ., by degrees became a social Ocklawaha, Thursday, 11. I'. m. Seaboard cr write ) nwi4 of sw ., less 1 acre in the ee
r_ i->r of the said nw'. of 5\\1.&. containing $8, balance on the sick claim of
.- _.. "' power. A Urge class of girls each Sunday Kastlake' Friday 12 a. m. A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, : 79 .1. res in sec 31, tp 15;;, s of r 23, her deceased husband. The insuranceon

Refalmr StykSUy' Special Hog Hore mU Celtic bent eagerly around her while she Weirsdale, Friday p. r.i. '
; Style Jacksonville, Fla. I e. Nw 114 except se'4 of nw 4 _of nwi.iiij his death will be paid this
u In.or 6 In.apart Stays u In. or 6 in.apart unfolded the lesson to them. and. upon Linadale. (sih'K hous--i I. >'itu'I d.| ::v. s\\ 1.4 of ne>4 of n\\''., sec 32, tpI
S. C. BOYLST iN, JR., Passenger Agent. Jacksonville. Fla. month. Rev. J. W. Weston representsthis
stated occasions, she entertains the 13, 11 to 3.Drawdjs. ; ... s of r 23. e.: sel.. of ne'4, and e4 of
Made ol large strong hig! -grade steel wires, heavily galvanized. ",.1._ .ml all of the w-u of sel4 lying! n company, which is one of the bestin
poor. pale fagged-out girls of the Saturday night
l Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever. m.i e of the Florida Southern Railroad, this country. Go at once and take
down-town Moss Bluff. Monday 13.:; n. ir. :
factories and ,
keeps them
lasting. Never gos wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it. 'ontaining 40 acres. out a policy.
Does mutilate but by kindly words and helpful ministryand Electra Monday. 15. p. m. ---- ____n___ ---- I Also a certain 12 acre parcel. being 11
nd pilL not does, efficiently, turn cattle horses, hogs a Christian example, from placesof Lynn Tuesday 16, a. ni.Grahamvllle. "'"" ". .-..... "'!...!'"! -......-;. :!o< -. "! -.-....! :e>>**>'WX>C> !.! certain part of the sw>,4 of the sel4bounded .
on the s by the section line REV. CARLISLE P. B. MARTIN
temptation for she believes it as TusJ..y.. 11' p. m. ,I 'T !
and on the e by the 5 acre parcel here LL. D.
EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN F :.:NCE GUARANTEED much a Christian work to keep young Connor. Wednesday, 17. a. m. !! I t Nine- EIERBINE I tofore sold to Thomas McNichols; and moFnlng"hen
Wa'erlTexas.. writes: "Of a
girls pure as to save the poor remnantof Churchill (s.'hoolhou"el. Thursday. : 11 i ilit on the n by the line of the FloridaSouthern

: by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how their ruined lives affer they have IS, a. m. j! Tenthsof Railroad; and se1, of sw1* of! first rising I often End! a troublesome -

: it will save and fence your fields so they will stay fenced fallen. Telling the life of this Kerr City, Thursday.. p. m. i J t fn :ot"7, tp 16. s of r :3. e. collection of phlegm which
story I Also sw I, of nw '.. and nwJ,4 of sw 4, hard to
woman. Margaret E. Sangster sa'sItogether. : Eureka Friday. U, a. m. i!I I II i[ Pure Juices:r from Natural oots.1| I setS' s. tp 16 s of r 2J! e. N4 of ne'setS dislodge produces a but cough a small, and quantity is very of Bal-

".\ when I think of the sickbeds Daisy Friday. 19. p. m. I is. tp 16, s of r 23. e. Ne\4. see 31, ;

this little woman sits by. the Fort McCoy. Saturday, :!!O. a. m. I! I ail the t -_ ). tp 1.,. s of r 23. t'. t4 of swK*. sec 6, lard's Horehound Syrup will at once

., I and n1 of nw > sec 7. tp 16. s of r 23, dislodge it, and the trouble Is over. I
". heart-aches she soothes the confidences Anthony, Monday. :22.!: ;I 1 D EGlILATES the liver, Stomach and Bowels: :! 4
I e. Se.t. of sec 14. tp 11. s of r :22! .
I 4 know of medicine that Is equal to
....- Sparr, Tuesday :23! no
I of which she is the trusted recipient a. m. People i leanses! : the System Purifies the Blood!
S .
)Zl1 .. i4- t I east.Also it, and it is so J pleasant to take. I can'most
the happy home-life which is hers. Greenwood. Tuesday. 23, p. m. : beginning at the ne cor of .1 14of
.' ," '. nw 1.,. sec 14. tp 14. s of r 22. e. run cordially recommend it to all per-
Citra.Vednesiay. :21. ;
: and the good she is doing silently a. m. J Suffer Malaria Biliousness
: : Orange .' I pURES! cn !! thence w 199 )\111. s 240 yds, w IIS )'ds, sons needing a medicine for throat and
am quite sure her talent is bearing Interest prim:" ( Thursday :23:i, a. m.Ocala. ) I r i
V Weak Stomach! and Impaired s 193 )'\111. to the southern boundary of lung troubles.". Price 25c. SOo. and $I
all of March.
: .. 'p for the Master. f t from a \ tiPajon'l nuit thence e 31? yds to these
..4 ', \ a bottle at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
I -SI The law requires all returns to be tor of said sw >4 of n\\4. thence n

S I 1. ATTENTION STOCK MEN made by the first of April. I Diseased Eiery Bslfie! 6aara feed t 13 Site! ? r 44" >ds to the beginning. all known as store.LALEXANDER.

:: : I r.i Alfred \)'er.Tax :: 'A.RG i:' DT-iTjl I.. SM.HPi DOSE.. J i the rime land. and containing 63 acres
su of ne> of >. and nlof
4 sw
V-' -\J : i I ice, : O Cents. 4. seViof
*ig Assessor Marion Liver
For servIce, a pedigreed Spmit: ; County. s\\ 1..6. sec 11. s of r 22, e. Xw% of
j&? vg-: -- --
Tennessee jack. 144 hands high I swl. and n4 of sw 14 of swli, sc 14.
-- : ;r v/ j* Also a well bred fine Kentucky stallion STOP IT t. S Prepared by JAMES =.St Louis.; | I s of r 22.: e. Se1. of ne>4 and w% of Practical

fJ5&X': }t ""'i. .o! O! 3 X'Fur ne4 of se'.,. see 13, tp 14, s of r 22. eCommence .
; 1 ATVV > ; large and well formed, g.'ntle A neglected cough or cold may le3jto
; "a:' :"y tLi An;:..Monopo'y Drng,;iorL and all other leading drugstoresC7I17JsOU1Ei at the ne cor of the nwU BUILDER
: disposition; thrt'et'ars old; light bay serious bronchial or lung troublrs. of the 1'1.. sec 15, tp 14, s of r 22, e. CARPENTER AND

k./2M in coor.! Terms reasonable. Ca'on 1 Don't take chances when Foley's Honey thence 2225 ft. thence s 926 ft, thence
I Careful estimates made on all contract
or address Lee Howell, Anthony, Fix and Tar affords perfect security e :2225! ft. thence n 926 ft, to pt of be- work. Gives more and better work for
ginning. excepting therefrom a certain
from serious effects of a cold. ;sold l>y 3RED the money than any other maD ia
10 parcel described
;. acre particularly
BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH the Postoffice Drugstore.; as follows" : Beginning at a pt 396 ft n town. -
and 420 ft e of the sw cor of the neV4

THE OCALA POSTOFFICEMails of sw '4 of sec 13, tp 14. s of r 2!, e. Bios.
Henry D. Baldwin, SupL: City Water I. A. Colyer ,
S /.i thence running n 510 ft. e 939 9-17 ft,

4.lPt -.7 Works. Shullsburg, WIs. writes: "I ,", --_ -- --== -. s 510 ft, w 933 9-1? ft to pt of begin-

I have tried many kinds of liniments but Close, North Bojnd: "'"' --- ,"- -- ning. Merchant Tailors.Have .

-*; r ra $& have never received much benefit untilI S. A. L. .. . 12:10: p.m. daily t E4 of ne 4 of s U of sec 15. tp 14, a
; .. of r 2:!!. e. The s 13 acres of the ne4 in stock one of the finest assortments : -
used Ballard's Snow Liniment for S. A. L.. . . 9:00: p.m. daily
: I :--7.. of the ne>4, and the northern 5 acres holiday suits
-. rheumatism and pains. I' think it the A. C. L. (S. S. O. & G.. north of Juliette -I I ?L ..F!=,.... of the Fet. of ne".4f sec 22, tp 14, s of r of suitings for ,..

: L.- __ .. S :; best liniment on earth." 25c., 50c. and .. . . 10:10: am. daily I, ,- e;:> -..._ -_-:-- 22, e. XeLofseofsec3tp14.sof ever presented to the Ocala publk..

: .. S $I bottles at Anti-Monopoly Drug- A. C. L.. . . luO: p.m. dailyS. =-}-- -- ..;- L '-0-_ _? r 22.: e, and sw '4 of nw>4. see 2, tp 14, I Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning
.l ==.- of ::: Fall'
s 2.
store. A. L.. . . 1M:!I p.m. daily --- -- ----- r e. dyeing and repairing neatfj ne.
The said sale made subject to theapproval 111ln .
V :
'_ Mails Close, Ssuth: BoundA. and winter suitings your
-- --- : and confirmation by the court; '

-i SMOTHERED TO DEATHA C. L.. . . .. :2:35 p.m. dailyA. The genuine Rntkv Fopi! t'n'a. i ;..- Stfd se\;(tod from choicest fruit and under the terms of the said.decreeno Best suits for the money Ia town. Inspection

C. L S. S. O. & G. south of Juli bid will be received unless accompanied solicited. No. 3. North :Main
little ( on the farmsn: : rh: Rock:> Fur! vaIorado.: : l Jy myself in person last
baby was smothered to death
I by sleeping between ette . . . 3:00 p.m. dailyS. fail. G'ara'p'r.! .- stra.a" an : frv-u! *" CaB eariy if jou wish a supply by a deposit of one thousand St., two doors north of Ocali J House,
its "papa"! and (HuvQt dollars in cash. or a check duly -

"mamma" when its precious life could A. L. for Tampa, Fla.. 9 p.m. daily J. D McDUFFY, Ocala, Florida. certified by some bank of Floridaof .

Star Routes good standing, which DISSOLUTION NOTIcE
have been saved amount shall
by using one of those
bt-.- me forfeited under the terms of The saw mill firm of Warren,PariSh
Dally Sunday.}
beautiful cribs U be found at'J. A. except FRESH MEHTS AND G7SME said Bird dissolved on
decree in event of failure of the & Co. at Early was
well outfits. wells for .
One of W. F.Hamilton's deep drilling Deep Fellowship. Blitchton, Berlin and Marie
Pittman &: Son's, Ocala, Fla. I I bid.u- comply with the terms of the the 28th day of December, ISOt J. D..
drainage or water sunk !n any part the state. Jf you contemplate pot- . . . . .2:Jy p.m. We keep on nanci: a tu.i ime of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and bid. should! said sale be confirmed by Mallard has purchased? interest Jn.

;: ting don a"well-write me.for estimate, giving size and probable depth. 1 Connor, Grahaanille and Silver Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables etc. the .-curt reserving to the complainantthe said firm and assumed my llabilitynd

am prepared to cany out all contracts up to 3000 feet deep. FOLEYMIONETAIWTARckadiw Springs. . . i: 311 p. m. Caretul attention to orders and quick delivery made. -ight to bid without such depositH. received mr Interest In outsiizig

..e... 'Mffi-aV: W. F. HAMILTON Ocala, Fla. .. ..,. ... Calvary and Shady. . 3.00 p. rn.1, CITY MARKET i3 W K JONES, Proprietor H. Eyles bills. WarreD Parish Ce.
'_1_'"-_.....__.'_ .. $ I I t Special Master In Chancery. d 4 t. fez: W.jTA Partslu.f .

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Washington, Jan. 11.-Partly cloudy Mr. R. C. Ridge of Belleview, one of I_ .__.J-t___ J _
Northern cabbage at the Hole in the tonight, with rain in central and the best of men has gone into farming

WalL southern portions. and cooler; Tuesday, and stock raising in earnest He has EVENING WITH LONGFELLOW.- <<;) H. S. & M. LrE4IN4'Q

fair and cooler in central and southern provided himself with improved machinery C
How "Executor," the ""-PHI;; of the 'lt4 \
portions. and expects with the aid ofonl' "
Schlemmer bakes the best bread IIe.perat>" aatl the "Old Clock; OB -
cakes pies etc. man. to crop 20 acres of oats. *5 the Sa.lp".me to *Be WritteB."The EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN MEN'S AND CHILDREN CLOTHING

HOW'S THIS?' acres of corn. 20 acres of melons and Bridge" Was Born of Sorrow.I I FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. l

of cassava with a liberal acre- Q '.
C. H. Dame Is recovering from a wrote to the Longfellow .
once poet
ueek's illness. I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward I age of velvet beans. Now that our people sking him to give me some account of OO: We carry a fall and complete line. ia" .

II for any case of Catarrh that cannot themselvesin !
are preparing to apply the circumstances under which Le of fine and medium price clothing t :

I be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. in agricultural we Bone Pains, Itching, Scabby 8 -
earnest pursuits
Col. T. P. Lloyd if Inverness was in Skin Diseases. wrote "The Brid>; "-"I stood on the OOIZ

the city today.Mr. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. trust that their labors will be crowned Swellings, Carbuncle, Pimples, Scrofula I bridge at midnight" poem which an :

-- We the undersigned, have knownF. with success Mr. Ridge feels confident Penniaesi rand by taking BoUme Blood Balm. It eminent English critic has called "the Q Tea Sets, .... r' jI Pn
demo,. th* aetiT. Ponton la the blood. H... torectM n
J. for the last 15;>>
Cheney years andbelieve he is the first man in :Marion I "
T. Bishop of Dunnellon was in & and paint to bone, bark and jolnu. IitLii.gScabbj most sympathetic in this language. Dinner Sets i Ii.s

the city today. him perfectly honorable in all county, twenty-two years ago, to grow Skin Blood feels tot or thin Swollen Gland. I, I; received in return a cordial note from
RiiJV ad Bumpi on the SkJi, Maeui rattLes laJloa'.n.
business transactions and financiallyable strawberries for shipment At that he said "If will
Sore Throat Pimples, or offei.Te eruptions. the poet in you Toilet Sets i

The most elegant display of candyin to carry out any obligations made :. time a Mr. Gafford of Kansas. and a Copper-Colored Spoil or rub on Skin all ran-down or come over and pass an evening with

by their firm. neighbor of Mr. Ridge's, was also a DCTTOUI.ricCTi en IE!;part of the body HHJ or Eye- me it will give wepleasure to tell you
town at Dame's.Thomas BoiU, IN NEW PATTERNS SL
brawl falling out CarbnrclM or late
West & Truax, Wholesale successful grower of this delicious Botanic Blood Balm, guarant&ed the history of the poem and! also of "any i 1 11;

Toledo O. Druggists'l fruit. Mr. Ridge is not satisfied with to core tYItI tie wont and molt dee -k&tH eat H There of my poems that may interest you.
Sexton went down to the I doctor, talent medicines,and hoc iprin t fa.!. iIea* A few evenings! later found me at the .
Gem mines yesterday.PIT. Walding. Kinnan & Iar\.tn, the honor of being the first grower of aj op*aU acuei and paim.redn.-w au urtlkce, poet's door at his Cambridge borne. lie .f.

sale Druggists Toledo. O.Hall's strawberries for shipment i\' Marion main blood pure aod neb, completely cnanr.ns: the in RHEINAUER & CO.Crossetfs
entire bod? into a ..1_bra.tbr coBiLsn. B. 0. I: was then verging on seventy years .
the new game, can be had at Catarrh Cure is taken Internally county, but claims the honor of raisingthe bai rand tbooiaads of cain of Blood Foion neil after the: fullness; of Lis experience and! the

the Postoffice Drugstore. acting directly upon the blood first crop of velvet beans fifteen rtacnitg the bit liar*. ripeness of his fame. I was shown Into .

and mucous surfaces of the system. for stock feed. If Mr. Ridge Old Rheumatism, Caurrh. Eczema a long, hall-like room dimly lighted, -frL. .
years ago
are tmttMd br an awful poiwocd roDditioj of tbeBlood. Shoes for Men. Merriam Shoes for Children. "
Mr. Haughtcn spent Sunday in the Testimonials sent free. Price 75c.; per had done nothing else to promote the B. B. B. stops Hawkirg and Sp'tlUl.ltchwi in which were a broad table antique }It' / 'f'''
bottle. Sold by all Druggists. and Eoatcblng Acbe and Pains; core Ebeumauira. furniture and! a tall colonial clock. The -
material interests of Marion county he
p city with his family. Hall's Fit iiily! Pills the best. Catarrb; beali aU Scat. !Scale EruptiOni. Watery poet was there alone. lie arose to '1.--. "': .!_'':'':'''- ';' ;:;,:-...., ;; .i r- .Gt. ,_' -: 'ff. _:.. :.. ..-_ __._ __-. : _'. .- -
are is worthy of honor. but he still keepsat BUtter foul fettering Sore of Eeteoia; by FTC. a -
,twallliy bIoo4auppy: to affected partLCancer meet me and formed a striking and .
Books are our steclalt-all kinds the work. \having in his pastures 551 Cured statuesque figure with his kindly smile I

of books. Ovala News Co. Mr. J. J. Tillis. the tie contractor of head of cattle, 33: head of sheep and 40 Botanic Blood: Balm Cuiet Canceri of aU Kinds. and long white hair and beard.

Lady Lake who was in the hospital I head of hogs. with which to feed the Suppurating Swelling Eating Sores Tumors, u';..yClcen. And so you would like to know ,
It bill the Cancer Pouon and beala the tore;
Messrs. W. N. and C. Camp went to for a few days for treatment under Dr. hungry, and is running a dairy that or wont cancer perfect!)'. If yoa bare a pmi tuj &oIlJetWn;; about the inspiration of

Dunnellon this afternoon. NewBom for a carbuncle) on his lip. returned supplies all Belleview with milk. It is Pimple Wart Swelling Shooting Stingmj some of my poems-what led me to PNEUMONIA AND LA GRIPPE

home Friday greatly benefited. very evident the uncultivated lands of take Blood Balm and they will djuppear II derelop IntJ Canrer. 11 any apparently hopele easel: cured
seated.VeIl, you are very kind. Coughs quickly by Foley'sHoney :
Marion can accommodate a great number of cancer cored by taking Botanic Blood: BAlm.Ol .
Fine candies fresh and of excellent
"I will tell you first bow I came to and Tar. Refuse substitutes.Sold -
WANTED-Two traveling salesmenin of people. Let them come and occupy :& (uLAAT&E.
the French '
quality bakery.
I Bar large battle fur *!, cf any write the Tsalm of Life. I was a by the Postoffice Drugstore.
each state. Permanent position; $60 the waste places and all prove drisi, take..directed. R"uDleIII. .
then. I recall the GROCERY DEPARTMENT
.... I5.ii*tB.B.U.) alwaj.ramwhe :young man can .
Blank books of all kinds. We are and expenses. Central Tobacco Works themselves Ridges of productive power. ...tbe .riffat ........tUy U Lat.... time. It was a bright day and the FINE CIGARS
If e red :y r maner will
Pl>nkks, Va. ......& .. trees were blooming and I felt an impulse -
head'iuaiters. Ocala News Co. 1'1.
,..... lblXM
FOR SALE-A fine threeyearoldfilly at ar. eBotan'e ac. vdo3ae) to write out my aim and purposein I Staple and Fancy Groceries Delivered
The Norma Martinez the C. H. S.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT the world. I wrote it for myself.I .
Mr. Simpson the sawmill man of ; good size; unbroken; will sell Blod Balm (B.B.B.)laFleaant .
and aife t.tike. Then Jirhlj teited orS TT? did not intend it for publication.Some the El Solo, and'the< Fams Nacional,
Weirsdale, was in the city today.Remember cheap for cash. Call on J. N. Edwards Computed of ?12r. Kounie Ingrolienta fetrrnythfi. asked four of the best 5 cent cigars made in to all Parts of th city ,
t Nicely furnished apartments for Williston, Fla. d2t.:! weak kidaeTi and weak Homai-hn, nfrri dTeprptii.Complete months afterward was %
light housekeeping; also a few fur I' ..t '1.R.direction R. and ga Piunphlrl wub each Sent bottle "i-imul>rbi for a poem by a popular magazine. I Tampa, and many others to be found
the French bakery for writing ttlouJ Balm ("... AlUnia.';... lirfe.T-.he yoictraabi recalled 'Psalm of Life.' I copiedIt in T. W. Trailer's cigar
I ..and ipecuU frre nxliiaU advice, to my case.
nished rooms. Apply to J. Starr Stern- MU wwdM I
your holiday supply of cakes, etc. I I The Ocala camp of Confederate- .a.:*>Kill ui tealtsl letter and sent it to the periodical. It saw PHONE NO. 163

berger. ,I I erans. Major G. M. Hubbard, comminJer -Sold by- the light. took wings and flew over the Mr. and Mrs. Edward HoU-r came *.

Pure wholesome bread. baked freshevery I calledineeting this morningto AntiMonopoly Drugstore. Ocala. world. There you may see it writtenon up this afternoon IroJ s Dunnelit and "

WILEY'S CANDY take steps \o properly note the pass- a Japanese screen."
day at C. N. Schlemmer's.
/ are at the ( Ml? Honse.. S 1 -
lie pointed to a high. richly ornamented __
.. ing of their great generals, Longstreetand
Tomorrow night Tuesday January .
Fresh stock of Wiley's fine package screen: which stood before a WUPIEDWARDS.I
and for this there
The most complete line of toilet articles purpose 12. will be held at the armory a meeting great fireplace. lIe added an anecdote :Mrs. JX S. Woodrow and child, ac-
candy just received at W. M. Martin's.
will be of the Ocala
in the city at Tydings & Co. a meeting camp of all those who will take part in which I have always regarded as a e..mpanied by Mr. Woodrow, came up At the City Market -
next Monday January 18M
the Ocala Rifles' minstrel show. Manager true picture of hU soul: ffin Crystal River this afternoon

Mr. LH-11 Moody came up Sunday CREAMERY BUTTER thecUy_ hall: Every member of the Pittman desires a full attendanceso "When I was in England I was hon \\I.eie hey spent Sunday .;

from ISelleview to visit his mother. Ocala camp and other Confederatesnot that parts can be assigned, also toeteimine ored by receiving an invitation from ---- Fresh Meat Poultry Fish an'd l Vegetables

The Carmichael & Son Co. keep mt-nibviiJ. are earnestly rquesteJ to I Ii the qutrn. As I was leaving tile palace ,
on the date when the performance Messis. C... and J. R Davis,
constantly on hand, receiving a fresh was hindered by C./'tals
i be yard my carriage
the latest ani present.
NVw copyright fietion.
will be given and fix nightsfor two prominent/citizens of Montbrook. ) in Season
st.pply every two days. delicious pure the crowd of vehicles. There came to

most popular works. Ocala News Co. Georgia creamery butter 25 cents per leheaisals. Let the boys tally. the door of the coach a noble looking. were in the city today '
It you wish a good drink of milk.
pound ktpt on ice. Phone No. 37. English workingman.

nl'and Mrs. Jones of B..llE \'ll'wHllt'nt try the Ocala! Jersey Creamery. Pure Pure drugs carefully compounded .. Are you Professor Longfellow?' he Miss 'Jessie Owen the very capable City and Country Trade Solicited

Sunday with friends in Ocala. CANTALOUPE SEED milk. Delivery made every morning. il our prescription department. Ty- said. business woman of Sparr, and every \

1) M. lIont')". Proprietor.Mrs. ings 4 Co. "I.. bowed. body's friend and Jielper! spent the holidays Free Delivery Phone .12

Handsome parlor lamps. jardinieresand 'May I nsk sir, if you wrote the ith
For the very best personally selected delightfully friends at Tal /
toilet sets at Mclver & MacKay's. Abson und children and childrenwill "Psalm of Life?"" .
genuine Rocky Ford cantaloupe The board of education, (consisting of lahassee. \ .
leave in short time for Englandto "I answered that I did.
seed in quantities to suit and at reasonable 1'l>srs. Scott, Butch and (Orantham I
'Would you be willing, sir, to takea DAY PHONE 117 NIGHT PHONE ft
Postmaster Groves of Ocala sent tcIXleview reside Indefinitely.DETECTIVECan
prices, call on or address Lee with County Superintendent earn, worLiugman by the hand The officials of the A. C. L. and S. I!::
today $30 worth of stamps.Unfurnished .
Howell. Anthony, Fla. nude a professional visit to Fessenden "1 extended my hand to him. He A. L. railroads will meet Tuesday in

... you spare part of Academy and Industrial school color- clasped it, and never in my life have I Ocala to settle the matter of responsibility CROSBBY & MARTIN: -
rooms for light housekeeping. time for profitable detective work
The jury in the circuit court Saturday your ed at Martin. They wt'reE'II pleased received a compliment which gave me of the late wreck.FANCY .

Apply to J. Starr Sternberger. to act under 01 l'rs0 experienceneeded. so much satisfaction. C
found rapt. Frank Lyons guilty of the
\\ ith the progress and standing' of
Write American Detective Association "1 wrute 'Ksc-elsior' he continued,
selling liquor ilIt>galir. He was recomminital I : Indianapolis) Ind. "after receiving a letter full of lofty
) to the mercy of the court pal is a thorough and efficient teaihr. .
sentiments from Charlos Sumner at
The Marion farms recently I
The School\ numbers 250 pupils. Wa uinston. In one of the sentences large and well selected stock of
bought more lan.J adjoining their property. '- Mrs. Thomas Sexton and children I
STATIONERYA imported groceries the bestin the
occurml the word (\Icel ior. As I ,

went to Citrus county Saturday to visit WA\TED-800 barrels of velvet dropped the letter that word again city: at the French bakery. All orders

beautiful line of stationery-
The best line of gift books we have fine as cm be found in town-at T/- stock. At J. D. McDuffys: stable. ten and wrote my poem. I wrote the Drummers Saddle Horses etc. .J

ever displayed, at the Postoffice Drug. dings & Co. You can get what you want now. YVivck of the Hesperus'" because, after Carryalls, ,
T. S. Fakes son of Dr. B. R.
store. We have it. Ocala Music Company, reading an account of the los of a part
Nathan Mayo the prosperous Sum- Fakes, of Asheville, X.'C., arrived this

SILVER SPRINGS ANDOCKLAWAHA Jewelers.W. merfield merchant, 'Jme down this af- of autumn the Gloucester storm, I met fishing the words fleet in'Nor an afternoon and will make his home for FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses 4
The Star hears with regret of the illness -
L1 business ,
RIVER TRIP ernoon fromGainesville. !' visit to man's woe.' I retired for the night after the time being with Mr. John Anderson. ,

of Mrs. Hyman and her three childien. B. Fuller spent Sunday in the dt1. reading the report of the disaster who has charge of the Dr. Fakes
,- .
Tickets can be had of Miss Jessie C. with his family. Mr. Fuller has been but the scone haunted me. I arose to place on Lake Weir ovenue. Mr. Fakes and Mules for Sale. Horses -

Maughs at the A. C. L. Ocala House suffering for the past wek with a huge The price for advertising in the write, and the IKJCIU came to me in has come here to put out a 100-acre Boarded the Month at Special' Rate. -
by -
Evenings at 8. The Hardman Piano whole stanzas. I r
carbuncle his "k.I .
on ne< Ocala to be issued in JanuS
office for single persons or parties who directory, pecan grove on his father's place.
Player. Hear it. Ocala Music "The clock in the corner of the room,"
desire to take a trip on the launch Undine I ary, will be $10 per page. See R. R.
he went "is not the to which I
on one
Company.Mrs. .
from Silver Springs to the Ockla- Exquisite line of sterling silver novelties Carroll if you want space. tf. refer III my 'Old Clock on the Stair.' Mr. John Anderson on the Dr. Fakes CROSBY & MARTIN
and toilet articles at A. E. Bur
wah.i river. Call on Miss Maughn or That clock stood in the country house place has a fine stand of cabbage and
O. M. Eaton little Oscar
uu< son nett's.
the undersigned for further particulars. Acid Cough Syrup the best cough of my father-in-law at Pittsficld, among will plant fifty acres in cantaloupes.
returned this from llo- -
morning Holtzclaw and Nelson remedy on the market, for sale by the Berkshire hills." I'-j '

mosassa. Silver Springs, Fla. William Tucker has put in a stock Tydings & Co. The great clock in the room was beatIng GET MONEY
Mr. W. D. Jarrell the Dunnellon
of fresh meats at his stall in the city the air'in the shadows as he spoke." : _

Purest drugs carefully compounded market and has employed Alonzo I could seem to bear it say: sawmill man. was in town today, hayIng .
Waldo Martin who Sunday
Dr. Watson who lost all his office
in our prescription department. Ty. "Toujours-Jamais! returned from Sumter county. -boy these and-
Walker his butcher.
effects, wardrobe, etc.. in the late as with his father Col. J. M. Martin al "
dings & Co. JamaistouJouns"It : where he inspected a timber tract witha
Bellevlew fire became excited when his truck farm at Martin, returned a
so was these wds by a French author vieto purchasing the same, but it MAKE MONEY. 4
aroused to 'his sense of personal danger Buy your holiday goods now. Wehave home today. that had suggested to him the'
r<'ln. M. V. B.: VanXess came up from I Music did not meet his expectations. Mr. J.
them. Ocala Company .
that he seized a chair in each hand solemn refrain:
Citrus county to-lay for a few days' has a purchaser for his lands at Dun-
stay. and flew for safety, forgetting all about Jewelers.Rev. FOR SALE-Tobey place a acres on L "Forever-never! nellon as soon as he can find a new lo- NO. 1.-THREE LARGE LOTS AND GOOD 6-ROOM COTTAGE, OCCUPY.

his trunk. which contained $200 in North Lake Weir; 4 acres bearing Never-toreverl": cation. ing corner in second ward. Must go at once. Make offer. -
"Escelsior" had been set to popular
You what want now. I greenbacks. Hollingshead: of Ormond who grove: ':-I"oom cottage: all convenenies. NO. 2.-NICE HOME, LARGE IrOT, GOOD CISTERN, CORNER LOT ON
can get
you music by the lIutchinsons when the -
i has been visiting friends at Spring J. Ptarr: !Pternberger.
I'ond St. in third ward. Price, J8 0. Easy terms. -
We hue it. Ocala Music
Company, poet met one cuing the minstrel family A CORRECTIONThe ?
Jewelers. HOT DRINKS Park and Ocala w ill tarry with friends after a concert in Boston Music '40.) 3.-FINE CORNER LOT ON SOUTH THIRD STREET. BEST LOCAtion -

at Itelleview this week. Mr. W. D. Roberts a prosperous'armer !I hall. "I have," he said, "another poem in town; very high elevation; good shade, etc. Make offer. .
item about the Belleview library '
Mallory Liddon. who has been in the Hot drinks of all kinds at Trailer's. of the Lynne section was in th, which I will scud to )-OU." lIe did so. NO. 4.-A GOOD INVESTMENT OR HOME. PAYS NOW 12'4 PER CENT.

The Ocala Jersey Creamery can supPlY city today and paid his resects to tht It was the first copy of the 'Old Clockon said there were nearly a hundred volumes in rents. First ward. Buy now on easy terms. :
for the week returned to ParIsh -
city past
APPLESAt a few more customers who apprechile Star. the Stair." One of the family set I consumed by the fire. It should NO. 5.-FINE HOME, EIGHT ROOMS, BATH, ETC., WITH 12 ACRES OF

today.The good stall fed milk or cream. the words to music. I have read nearly one thousand but Mr. '
good land, at North Lake Weir. Price, if sold) at once: $300. Buy liU!
Dame's for 35c. a peck-good ones. Bt-st of care given to the handling of "My pooni entitled 'The ridge,' he O. M. Gale, who with his wife spent
PIT, the new game, can I be had althe I for summer home.
handsomest line of gift umbrel / said in effect, "was written in sorrow, \
said there
Sunday at Belleview were
milk. D. M. Bone-)'. Proprietor.The Postuffice' Drugstore.Mrs. NO. C.-40-ACRE FARM, SOUTH OF TOWN, THREE MILES. GOOD
las in Ocala from $5 at which made feel for the loneliness
ever seen up STOVE WOOD me 1300! volumes in the library all ofwhl.h
A, I.:. Burnetts. of others. I was a widower at the house, barn, etc.; fine pond; fine iace! for stock. Price, J400.

Also wood for firt'l.laEithf'r pineor Married Ladies' Whist Club reorganized Dr. Barnes and son. Robert G. time, and I used to sometimes go over went up in smoke. NO. 7.-FIVE ACRES, THREE IN BEARING GRAPES, THE BALANCE IN

Geo. O. Mathews has taken the agen- oak or mixed If desired. Delivered Wednesday for the winter. Rirnes. of Perryvllle, In.!., arrived this; the bridge to Boston evenings to meet fruit trees; two small houses; two miles on- Anthony hard reaL Price,

promptly\ to any part of to\\ n. Giles They held their meeting with Mrs. H. afternoon and will b> the guests" of Mr. friends and to return near midnight by ORGAN RECITALThe $150. '
ry of this territoryor the Alpine SafeCo "
and Co.. Phone No. ':S. S. (Chambers who won first prize. Mrs.C. F:. C. mith.A. the same way The way was silent NO. 8.-BUY THIS AND DOUBLE YOUR MONEY. TWO COTTAGES,

of Cincinnati I. namsby will entertain the club save here and there a belated footstep.The people of the Presbyterian
now paying $12Q yearly in rents.. Price, $550.:;
and fell the wooden
Veteran Joe Brumby Marshville> (In the 15th.Elegant sea rose among church have decided to give an organ
We will get for you on short notice piers and there was a great furnace
is assisting Mr. Kline in packing his L. Anderson a phosphate promoter ., hills whose red recital. at their church on the night of IF YOU WISH TO BUY
any book that is in print if we do not on the Brighton light
hate it in stock. O.'al.1t'S Co. household effects and will accompanythe line of rings watches and was in the city today as was Mr. I was reflected by the waves. It was ont January 22.: It will be a musical entertainment -

car. including. Kline's horse, to diamonds at A. E. Burnett's.F. Knight. the turpentine operator ai I such a late solitary walk that the spirit worthy of your patronage. .

One of the negro conlets at the hospital Queen Anne. MJ.. Mr. and Mrs. Kline's Crystal River. of the poem came upon me. The I Can Suit You from a Long List of Property t oi Every

Iew home in a few dajs. W. Ditto is having the D. A. Cole bridge; has been greatly altered, but BOOTH LOWREY Description.
of the Marion farm died Saturday -
cottage in the second ward paperedand FOR \LEgfntl..m:1n's Oliv y the place of it is the same."-Hezekiah
night and was buried >"ester<1.l)'.
Butterworth American Author.
painted inside. It will be occupiedby wheel, in splendid running order. !:'!.in. Mr. Booth Lowrey a son of the Confederate F. W. DITTO
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Homemade almond macaroons, lady E. W. Davis. This house was built frame, light running and moderatelj III* economical Way. general M. P. Low rey, of Mississippi ,

fingers chocolate and jelly layersfor The pleasure launch Alma is now on by Rev. J. A. Bendr)', but was never high gear. Will sell cheap for cash. "My husband has strange Ideas of will be the attraction of the

the holidays, at the French bakery. Silver' Springfor' charter by the houror quite finished inside. Apply at the Star office.H. economy." Lyceum next Monday evening at the -.".

day. Hunting and fishing parties a "How is tlntr armory. WHITE'S CREAM
Northern cabbage at the Hole in the divisio "Wh\. he seems to think he savesmoney '
A. Ford of Gainesville 1 Governor Bob Taylor of Tennesseesays
of l\t'al.'isitl' 1h..r '
Miss Bessie MacKay < specialty. Rates reasonable. W* WORMS 11!
durIng Wall. superintendent of the A. C. 1.... wen t by' drinking so much at the club : "Those who hear him go away VERM1PUCEH
U. K Tankersley.
aunt. Mrs.! to Give
guarantee plea e you. us a that be has no appetite for breakfast" ,
Ia S.1aQWtr.
south this afternoon.WANTEDWe I Bides and tearstainedfaces. -
with aching
holidays.Sumterville Times. ,
the call. Pierce & Farmer. -Chicago Post. wwwww

Telephone or write to the springs. Mr. Claude Campbell, assistant; manager I ." For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies i

of the Ocala water works escorted will buy I -jay see;(i
FOR RENT-Choice front offices on II I .tietays Get the Last Word. John Temple Graves says: "He is BOLD SV ALL :DXtTJGGrXSTa.

both second and third floors of the -- --- -- his mother and sister. Hazel to oats, peanuts and velvet beans.. Ocal::1 $ay. pa" queried little Billy Bloo- unique and' irresistible." (Prepaid by- ".,* JAMES F. BALLARD, St. LouIe.

Candler. where they visited friends. Mr Seed Store, Baxter Cam, echo?"
manager.Mr. "what's
Witness building. Apply at bumper. an Tickets at the Postoffice Drugstore.
For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drug store and all other leading druggists.
this office. C. says the groves of Candler are look- "An echo my son replied tbe old

fine. with si" :h long drawn out. "is
ing man a : ;
M t'. Rou a knight of the grit CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. .
D. FULLER the only thing that can flimflam a woman
Dr much was also a contributor toward passed through Ocala this afternoui Ii
For a bad taste In the mouth takea out of the last word.-Lyre.
the purchase of an oirating on his way to Erooks\ille. Taylor announced yesterdaythat
+ DENTISTOffice + few doses of Chamberlains Stomachand We Want-----
.-h.ui for Mercy Hospital by the white he would continue the meetings at
FOR SALE-Fifty bead of fine Jersey .
Liver Tablets. Price ?3 cents .
Munroe[ & Chambliss' -t
Over The prevention of consumption is entirely church this week and
JIM'tUIl. the Christian
Warranted to For sale by all : milch cows and heifers. Apply to .
Bank. Ocala. Florida.: cure. l a question of (commencing th<- I would continue to denounce all worldliness Every Grower in the state to have our book "' _
druggists.The T. W Smith at the Marion HardwareI : -
-\LE-The oldest and best established proper treatment in time. Nothing i.C .
F' 'U i and lukew armness, and preachthe -FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-A comp lete manual on Florida crops. "
in hn"n.11t't so'l;1 il.ii-ted to ward off fata! luni:g I
business E. CHACE
millinery of God
old the
J. plain gospel
: power
S. A. L. trains stopped here for "FLORIDA ORANGES"-Book of special interest to orange growtr'l.I'
trout: > ., ,, '. 1
for st'l1ing.1'l.1) at : s FuI'Y'S': Hney r. T
'f reasons dinner and the railroad eat- unto salvation as he has in the pastRev.
today new
"FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"-Booklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cultivation, Fertilization.
DENTAL SURGEON S.ld by :ht"" Pvstd'f.,,," P-.Ig : '-
this! office for information.F ing house just opened by Carmichael Taylor preached a magnificentsermon ." ". .

Office Upstairs Commercial Bank & Son did a nice business. LA GRIPPEFOLEY'S last night on the "Word of IRISH POTATOES"-BoOklet! on Soil, Seed, Planting nd Cultivation, Effect .

W. Ditto has rented the D. S.Wiwdrow Building. Ocala. Florida. Dr. Caskin.: postmaster at Dunr-' God." and will preach tonight on an of Fertilizers, Digging and Sh ipping." -" 'qj >:

cottage near Mr. Woodro'residtncC. $ TERMS CASH Fatal kidney and bladder troublescan came 4own, frtm-Giinesvile- and returned important topic. :Miss Sara Whitfield "IDEAL FERTILIZERS"-Book chowing! all Our different analyses' 'prI4

to 15L.. Hall from the I always be prevented by the use oFoley's home this afternoon .' -. who has sung so beautifully during the etc. / "" ,.Jf.
I Pneumonia follows La Grippe : :m,
northern part Alachua county. Mr. W.H.MAREANM.D.HOMEOPATHIC Kidney Cure. Sold by the Post- I but never follows the use of past week will sing gospel solos each "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"-Of special interest to plneippt \gowti3 :

Hall has been merchandising !and expert office Drugstore. PIT the new game can be had .1' evening this week. New and Revised Editions of the above just publhd. .''J-,;,9

to go into business in Ocala. PHYSICIAN AND the Postoffice Drugstore. Honeyand Sent free for the asking. '-'" j'

SURGEON W.\XTEI-Trustworth lady or Hon. W. L. Palmer of Orlando, who .

"The nicest and pleasantest medicine rf'Clal attention given to the treatment gentleman to manage business in this FOR SALE-Forty acres of goo Tart on behalf of Kirby Smith chapter, U. IVilson & Toomer Fertilizer Go.

I. have used for Indigestion and of Chronic Diseases and Dis- county or adjoining territory for house melon land; 36 acres cleared, but nc) It I D. C., will 'make the presentations '
eases of Women and Children. i It stops the Cough and heals the longi. if .
constipation is Chamberlain's Stomach of solid financial standing. $N\ straight fenced; has been out of use for seve:r- b tendering the monument to the P "
PrerenU Pneumonia and Consumption.Q Jacksonville Fla.
and Liver Tablets," says STelardVP. Ocala, Fla. cash salary and E'x.n.sdid each al years. and is in the very best CO!Q- Confederate veterans is one of the best ,

Craig, of Middlegrove.. Y. Office' ever T)ding Drugstore. Office Monday direct from headquarters. Expense dition for growing melons: one mi!;: { lit.Q. VICEXS of in O r>od St, Ctdcarn orators in the State. General Robert OCALA SEEDSTORE.

'; like charm and do notXrIl'or hours from 8 a. m.. to IS m.; Wl taI: "My wife bell,grippe aDd it left Ut .
ey work a money advanced. Position permanent from SummerSelJ, being the ne of s1 w Bullock w.ho will make the speech of
from J p. m. to 5 p. n.. with a very bad coach an her lange -shI.s .
'have any unpleasant effect"For Residence-No. 60 N. Main St.. known Address Manager '
ale by; all druggists. M the Nash cottage. Building, Chicago. Jacob Short, Paola, Fla. I.I Postoffice Drugstore Ocala >" &. also art able orator.-Gainesville Sun. Agents -


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