The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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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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Volame 9, Number 215

Councilman H. A. Ford Submits a
Practical Plan to Put the City
on a Paying Basis
The board of trade ho-ld its regular
monthly me-,ting l.iast night with .
large- attendance.. i'ori int
the chair.
Our Senators Are Sensible '
Several communicationss I-r. r-aLd:
ont- from S-nator S. R. Mallory. ,s.iying
that h- arid his (olleagKe. -n.tt4i- T il-
laferro. in ncomlian'e -with r.-s.olutlnis,
Sof the laoarl. would ht-rfully vitt- ftr
the Panama (anal treaty, as tft-
v'or The Railroads are Shortsighted
4 ,immIlUli ;iti i% \s l-I". l' .i* l for ili-
forliatiuli fl lIn 1 tho. .. A. I.. ;1l1l A.a. *.
L.. rilr tare -ruund trip rat". over the-ir lines.
good from Saturday afteripoon to, Sun-
day night, to oO'ala. within a radius of
from twenty to twenty-tivet mil,-s from
th- trick <'ity.
Wednesday Evening's Smoker
Reio-rt on the 'stok.r-" was then
nmad-e. in which the- said c4,olnitte-,-
hadl alhout p-rf-. ted- arraingemn'liits for
th*- comin \'-lig Wedns-lay night sow-iil in
the armiiory. a o anl contract l-t to,
Mr. 'Ed <'armiicha-l to supply the-
h*- b.-ing the lowest hildder. j
Seaboard Air Line Shops *
l'ndler the- he.a,l of itIw lousiniess. the-
li:itt-*r of timihnullini-itling \itli lhl.- S
A. I.. ts Ito iinqui- into ;iii l .is .
it-rtain ,of ihe c-urr-int ri-l'"orts %,..#'t
tru-. that th!'y 'lllt-iill.t-' Io Ititiua
repair shopls at this Ipointl. :1iI if sich
Aas Ith4' case to see what work
tie'fssary on the- part of thq- hi4lot
and our citizens. to hasten that stelp.
After an -ex'hange of f views on this im-
'lortanlt matte-r. "aff'ctingl th.' city iof
4h.ala, In which I'resiilent I-'o.l. Mr.
roman S. A. Rawls. Mr. Harris and,
others lparti'ipat.-I. the pir-esi.e-tiit :m-ii .
secretary of the tIonlrd wee iiistiuct-
e-d to i.ommunicate w\itli th.- S. A. I.
Mr. Ford's Practical Plan




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IFull'r'. I hz'unifly. Roo,.gt-rs.


k 1 .. i The -iaitter of theT city's ial, '
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE and i*'ere.a iated srip was the.t lis-
cus.w+e i
J. W. Castel, Proprietor, a
Mr. Ford. who is chairman of lth
OCAJL.A, FLA ,'ity ,uncil finance con'ililtii*'. ;ii'l
the author of the "city budget" faor
W W 94 4. which hats recently' een publish-
o Y & COni+-n if*I iln the 4';ala Star. ,as. 'all*.,,I on, fatr
You will flud a well selected stock of ,n exisr-'ssioin of his viw'-%s in thI*
oerTii at lte-r. lie' Kgave' l 'very interestillp :li I
county of the same. how to provide f or
CARMAN & CO'S, ,iou (city iai,.l-,tt.,i..s ;nd ,plic.'- t il.
ea North Main St., north of city mar- city on ia cash paying basis. The pit -
ket. v,;ilmi s.yste.m Vlas allt wrong of pay-
Spe(4alties- ing o4lr iihl igatiols ill dieprl'.iate.'l
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, sorils it was a staii otil the "ty, :t'
:a rank injustice to the city employee ,
CHICKENS AND EGGSo t, ,ask themal to do an honest day's1
Remember the place and rest assur- work and then dishonor their latior by
ed we will treat you right. giviiig them paper which had too !-e
W. W. CARMA. & CO. shaved from 1i to l.'v per 'ent. from
its face value. Hlie knew one ity em- i
iloiy-. %whonm it took thirty days tio gt.t
FIS11" m OYSTERS io,,ney for his prteviious monith' ser-
vices. andl at aI hea'tvy discount onll thi -
I have fresh I1tt(m Fihsh and 'ril. y this wa.stful m*-tho.I the
Mullet always on hand: ctyt 4;I-s p yill ;i P'rentiillii tf flr-in
1 tio t :. pe'r <-t' oil, all its sUlip li.ies.
Cedar Key and Crystal River .t.i1 it ha.s come t ili pass ti:,
IV'STj.-kRS. ,nIither the int-rch.ints of the city i-"r
those sullylnr the electric lir h ih pl iii ;
E VEi FREM DAILY wouldd take the scripl fior .l v further
Si.'paymentis. It .;i :s a s -ritouls qiisti..t,.n
Opened and delivered ulon request ..W, .. ,, .,, .th. , ,of it than
SEE1I .11M I CAN ,lo Inai1 the <.ity for $7-..iiin. %whi. h he
.ll.I. 1'( CR WANTS thauourt ct e lloat ,lotti at i p>lt.r'
''cent. interest. Then take up all the
W. M TUCKER, u utltanldingii o.lligalions of the t ity."
%% -i 4. I hic'h ;almounllted Ito, >.,. l. After ,.it -
Cnai these then t.ike Sla..1.a.i .ail re-
icnstrut t the electric lihiti plilit .111.1
OCALA' **nllae i' ts capa.4 ity to 'give .l,'cent
C U-lights 141nl uifturI illutimirin*tt ug iob.4. l"
PRESSINCIi OLUB stply,,l lhe i-. ext....i lihts oisk.-I
-- ftor. but o .hich undt1, r the pr stilt 1.i-
PHONE NO. 167 .,it v iould 114 1 ie sUiiupplie.. it .1,il
-.ily I. lle tizurt'., out. \\.ithiout
'"'i" it"f' ti "" "isc'idat '".' s'.hl.i'i""'m t""ha
sutlTi,. lent lights. -all. e-at' it lnt 1'?."it
e'tiough to run the plant .ilt p.i. tih.
Pr sing t.-rest o.n this issue of lhn-ls. At .
].,% % estillia ti t th p 0 llia\t woulI p .y : '.',.
fEAT| IIUNKLVO @ I MeIA IW l'wr '.'nt. create a1 -kiniz; fuil .,.ill
K I -k Lkl (the tIkendsls woul1 s.ton It- ta.ikn-tilt. As
lNNEr it wis. the pliant, in its p'.s, t ,l,'-
ip lr'!:llile, ,ti ,iti 1.1. k i'lt r ,'\,+ :y ,I,> -
We&k cawfIN a"d d lv 1* tiei',t .Of !.Ti,., .,, s., vi.. ,p.,i
l. spei al rain %r moto ..t ,tS414.,a ,,, .0,1 ,ll him ,,, .'-
i j inrsh i h He club 4" "-,tllh tui t .,*u" t -t,,-,!.,t. l3t 1.,;
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Opposite City Hall

P. 0O. Box 374


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For West It Is, if You Face That Way
A Fine Opening for a Solid '
Scandinavian Nation

By Florida Ra.Iroad Commission for

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-- oace Upetairu Cainod I
If Buildlma. 0906 r~dI
Tzrn CAM

Fifty Cents a Mouth, $5a Yea


lua, Florida

L .^ u '' .1,lPhosphate, Miniu

t.'^ H Wagons, Buggies,
?1;:r ,h .:' HARNESS AND
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144.71rIm-lt. h. -. I. 1mit* nt!- th.-

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'11,' .11? 4.1 44,? ~: '?i 7.144'..........''. A- ia.~ .:''4..,x -hI1'4. .11~ 57't

I., $ ::- .

A als 4.. i fi .tt 1149s ctu it-'S
I, t't., Ixf, tI'. li'.".1'j'zs'. Ric~k- ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT

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tlhini \\,. .\,,Ii.'!,l ,t, *. 1 11, l i -. ,v<.+ w ith
i'lT'.' iy !i .:i \ i v...i i t.. tIi t 'you
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Makers of the

Milo Deyo,

The Celebrated
HavaMa Cigars
9 .
Ocala, -- Florida.

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With the Worst End of It to the Rus-
IV 1 is.L I ,, '. ,I". A mt ir i. ; ist-
Tiii.hl i'lt fi i l. I I ist I.i ?l.ig l..
.1 h tI .1 I I .ndi th his i l-h-n r ii, ,tll,
Tlh,. l*I i st lth i i AlI i i i .: i i. h i, T i- !iL-
oThnoi y tHlers t, Smlie J i.- l i h .u'
oll 11,11I.I.- S1.0-

siOppostin Armies Close Together
O w1i i Y.1il 1jl. 4 1: I' ,t.7 l ; i. ,.-

ptL o in- the a e t' et s ..

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,is'+- lous '. il" "l i I \V .th.\ l l.-, i
! ; Pll atl- it l .c iTh .e "r Po tti. i

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A Change of Commanders

Japs Landing Forces in the Rear of
Port Arthur
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!:. l l .-s i ,M : .. ; ; '-
Japs After Vladivostok

Let ti'e Russans Cheer lp: trie Worst
is Yet to Coe
>' > 1. .!

Patre Russ ns Theer P cet s

A Change of Commanders

~4.1 -

ng and Washing Maebiay

Phaetons, S urmys, CaLagis


Building Materials, Every Kind and DescuiptioJ


Phosphate Plants Installed Complete

Marion H&Gwae G o.

We Would Be Iliad
%N lie,~n %..sonii64h to buy any kiund
opfa top-,e-ior Range to have
74)U vart'fully


With any other make
WVo fet -our deici.ion will
1 favorable to the

Theru-fore we court 'a..r-ful
colnp.ariroin. 'We know they
are not Equaled.
We al-o carry a fll line of



A CL'ulil tctc lnc ,t 1 B i i -- .:: (Gc'. ,ra I livarer F nrming Tools


- -' Ia- n sroc

Jeff ords Building.


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Hm g McCrath's Old Stand

SIRebuilt' and Newly FUua-ied

rure nyve LirLasrT
old because it is
old. It is a
whiskey "which
time has brought
@0 ,


Men's Ox=fords


a. &. mC~sGal
r lr ^ A T"- *DENTIST.
-Oce over Mlm- s!&
Baak. O Ckm te 7 -

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Ocala Evening Star, Friday, February 19, 1904,



C. L. Mgfo and R R. ILCaM
iitaers am@d Proprietors.

The Star had a pleasant call this
mniAngI from Captain Dethlefsen. the
wert-famed pilot. Our local man said
he was oa the Merrtmac with Hobson.
That was a mistake. He is an old vet-
ern. and was in the U. 8. frigate
Congress in Hampton Roads In 1862.
when the Confederate ram came out
and sank the U. S. vessel. He piloted.
all arouad the Florida coast during the
eTvil war. then served for years with
the Jasa; did some piloting for Capt.
Oridley of the Olympia in Filipine wa-
teen during the Spanish-American war.
met the commendation- of Admiral
Dewey. was pilot on the Japanese ship
Pomlat Omoa in Japanese waters, when
the Csarowitz of Russia visited that
entry, and for which services the
eN-irir presented him with a scarf-
pt,. set with six beautiful diamonds.
He returned a few years ago, and is
lately from San Diego. Cal.. and is here
now looking after some investments
at Leroy. and may make it his home.
The captain is a Maine man by birth
and rearing, was a schoolmate of U.
8. Court Clerk O. Locke whom he
Visited In Jacksonville. The captain
as a pleasant, well informed man. and
had it not been for his indisposition
laMt night he would have met with
the Ocala board of trade and given
them a talk of his eventful and inter-
estMag life. We trust we may yet have
the pleasure of hearing him.

When you feel blue and that every-
thiag goes wrong, take a doee of
Chaaberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets. They will cleanse and Invigorate
Vur stomach, regulate your bowels.
give you a relish for your food and
make you feel that in this old world is
a good place to live. For sale by all

R. K. Wagner. representing the In-
ternational Brotherhood of Mainten-
ance of Railroads, was in the city to-
day. He is a walking d4-legate- and has
been sent South cof 4 cala to C'ornell
and of Section Boss "0happell of the former
place and T. 4'. Smyth of EkOklawaha.
Thee temporary strikers had returned
to work and Wagner gave them the
true inwardness of the situation and
they quit work. He said the railroad
was only trying to bluff the hands, for
It is more wages they want.

The ecratcn or a pin may cause the
lsm of a limb or even death when blood
poisoning results from the injury. All
danger of this may be avoided, how-
ever. by promptly applying Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm. It is an antiseptic
and quick healing liniment for cuts,
brulaes and burns. For sale by all

Mr. and Mrs. 0e"o. E. Cornwell of
Me4ruse. Mass.. came up from Jullette
this noon. and after lunching at the
Ocala House. left for home,. Mrs.
Cornwell I the daughter of Mrs. Annie
E. Entelle. deceased, and she and her
husband came down the day after the
death of Mrs. Fstelle and sent the re-
mains home. they remaining to look
after her estate, which is quite valua-

The handsomest line of buffets chl-
as cloets, dining room chairs and ta-
Mes, rocking chairs, reception chairs.
ets.. that this portion of the state has
ever sees just received by Mclver &

Mr. Howard Pendleton of Rhode Is-
land. who is stopping at the Lakeside.
South Lake W'eir. wtas in the city to-
day and expressed surprise at the size
of our store's ;and the stocks they car-

ry. Mr. P. has enjoyed his stay at the
Lakeside greatly. anld, next week. with
v'. W. Willard. manager of the big
Lake Weir gr-ve. ill proceed to Ho-
nt smass ot a fishing and hunting ex-
cursiot 1 He will visit the west and
east ,o.tast ere he returns home. His
tirmt visit to Florida ik a delightful rev-
el:a tion.


At the celebration of Edgar Allan
Poe's birthday last month Miss Eula
Moore won the honors of Epworth
League poet laureate, at which time
the third vice president requested her
to prepare something original for the
next social. The following poem, as
the result. is published by request:

"Write us a poem." said Mrs. Little,
And down I sat and began to whittle--
Trimming my pencil fifty times.
Waiting for as many rhymes.

"What shall I write I asked again.
And whittled on with might and main;
Turning my pencil to a pile of chips,
And yet my muse touched not my lips.

I soliloquized: "If rm a poet
How shall the- people ever know it
Unless the muse shall touch my lyre,
And thrill me with poetic fire."
"ome on. my muse." I pleadingly said,
And I knit my brow and scratched my
And drops of sweat rolled down my
Seeking for rhymes for the past three

And still my muse heard not my plead-
And your poet laureate betook to read-
Hoping that some verse of old
Would touch the harpstring of my

But all the thoughts were far too great
To get within my little pate.
And so I turned in sheer despair
And went to rambling everywhere-
To find some theme a youthful mind
would d gather up in simple rhyme.

I walked beside the babbling brook.
And entered every forest nook,
But the limpid stream and forest wild
Withheld their secrets from the ramb.
ling child.

Night came on. and I saw the moon,
"Now. Muse, you surely will come
And I heard a giggle from every star
Saying: "No. my child, he is not thar."

Back to my room I quickly sped.
Feeling sure that my muse was dead-
Dead. indeed, for my heartless crime
Of straining out my far-fetched rhyme.

I cried aloud: "You'll please excuse.
But shall I ever find my muse-""
And Poe's black raven above my door.
Said: "Poet laureate. nevermore."

My baby had eczema so bad that its
head was a solid mass of scabs, and its
hair all came out. I tried many rem-
edies but none seemed to do any per-
manent good until I used DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. The eczema is
cured, the scabs are gone. and the lit-
tie one's scalp is perfectly clean and
healthy, and its hair is growing beau-
tifully again. I cannot give too much
praise to DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
-Frank Farmer. Bluff City. Ky. In
buying Witch Hazel Salve look out for
counterfeits. DeWitt's is the original
and the only one containing pure
Witch Hazel. The name E. C. De-
Witt & Co. is on every box. Sold by
Wim. Anderson, Ocala, Fla.


(From To-Day.)
Personal luxury-vulgar, ostenta-
tious unzcestheti'c--s rampant. Our
men wear diamonds. sapphires, rubies
in their ties. in their sleeve-links. in
their gelid cigarette-cases, in their
match-ltcxes. Irutal ostentation is
niear on teing the good form of today.
Our women clothe themselves with
reckless profusion. Life is murdered
in every quarter of the globe to pro-
vile them with furs. with feathers.
Smith the hundred and one gewgaws
that have come to be considered es-
s. t ia l.


The tenilency or tne medical science
is tow ard preventive measures. The
Iwst thought of the world is being giv-
en to the subject. It is easier and bet-
t-.r to prevent than to cure. It has
l..en fully ,lemionstrated that pneu-
ninonia.. .one' of the most dangerous dis-

the garments.

H. B. MAitKS

The Houe that Treats You


Walker's ,opera house was well fill-
ed last .Monlday evening. Manly la'li.-s
were in the audience. and se-emel, tio
appreciate the entertainment as ve-ll
as the veriest bald-head there. Dun-
can ('lark's show consisted of song anit
dance specialties which were of a. na-
ture that would not in the least shock
the most fastidious.-Seward (Neb.

t i.rI terest in animal life. "FI'or awhile tie
At Marion olwra house., one iight. rats overran my place. At ninijht there
February 24. was no uc-h thing as quiet iranelumc thei,
house. They would s'amnin'r a'rss the
AN kIARLY RISER floor, bump up and down the stIeps and
-___ cut all kinds of capers. \e* se-u-red a
.cat, and from the very time tlie cat
A strong, healthy, active constitu- at, and front the place the rats hean
tion depends largely on the condition to get scarce.
of the liver. The famous little pills "There is nothing curious about this
known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers fact in Itself. But to my personal
not only cleanse the system, but they knowledge the rats have never se-en the
strengthen the action of the liver and cat. The cat has remained on oiIe doort
rebuild the tissues supporting that or- and the rats o and the rats other. Thric hs ben
gan. Little Early Risers are easy to no Chasingand111 ch ceeiict let'NVc'mm
them. Nuw. I want tc kuow lioW thie
act, they never gripe and yet they are them. Now. I want to know how the
rats know the cat is on the place.
absolutely certain to produce results "*The inquiry has caused lme to ill
that are satisfactory in all cases. Sold dulge the more interesting reflection,
by Win. Anderson, Ocala, Fla. How far can a rat detect thie presence
of a cat by thie sense of smell: Evi-
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dently atil consider. b ll'-i i tl auce . L'S-
the rats at my place would not have
known of the cat's presence under the
circumstances. I'm i quite sure that
they have never seen thie cat. BIut
they know he is there just the same,
on 1 t ..t i h.v-.1-.,.n .. ......I..


The pleasure launch Alma is now on
Silver Springs, for charter by the hour
or day. Hunting and fishing parties a
specialty. Rates reasonable. We
guarantee to please you. Give us a
call. Pierce & Farmer.
Telephone or write to the springs.


The startling announcement that a
preventive of suicide has been dis-
eove'red will interest many. A run
down system, or despondency, invaria-
bly precede suicide, and something has
been found that wilL, prevent that con-
dlition which makes suicide likely. At
the first thought of self destruction
take Electric Bitters. It being a great
tonic and nervine will strengthen the
nerves and build up the system. It's
also a great Stomach. Liver and Kid-
ney regulator. Only 50)c. Satisfaction
guaranteed by the Anti-Monopoly


The Louisville & Nashville R. R. of-
fers unexcelled passenger service.
Modern trains carrying Pullman sleep-
ers. up-to-date coaches, free reclining
chair cars and dining cars, between
Southern and Northern cities. The
finest dining car service in the South.
All agents sell through tickets via
L. & N.
For rates, schedules and sleeping
car reservations apply to J. M. Flem-
ing. Florida passenger agent. 206 W.
Bay St.. Jacksonville, or C. L. Stone.
G. P. A., Louisville. Ky.

One Mlinute Cough 'ure gives relief
in one minute. because it kills th', Ini,'-
itbe which ticklt-s the mucous menm-
bran". ausiing the e-.ugih. an'l at the

Foley'" Honey andT Ta;r cures the cases that mne.licl nmen have to contend st- time. clears the phl.-gmn. Irawvs
couch ca:use by .an of la gripped. w ith. .an I prevenie.-tl y the use of out the inflanmmation and hea;ls an-I
It heals the lungs. Sold by the Post- chamnberlain's cough Remedy. Pneu- so.,thes the affected parts. Ono Min-
office rgtore. nmnion always results from a cold or ute ,Cough Cure strenigth-ns the
frot ;an .t.ttack of influenza (grip) and lungs, wards orT pm:ef nii.. anIl is a
Mr. and Mrs. 1W. A. Shockley of it has teen observed that this remedy harniless. :n-t i r failmiz cure in all
Lowell lo st their se-ven-mnoTihs-oll uncteracts any tendency of these dis- cur.ible c.css f C liughs. 4',.ls an.t
child yest-rd. It h .,ad iee.n ill for tc oard p-neumonia. This has ,'up. e,, .Min ute '.,,CuIh Pomtlent t IT" i It it l ured.t lod.ay in the ien fully ;proven in many thousands of ,i.,nt to take. h l.s anI cooel
old --.otelery inI 'ctla. Re%. -F. W. cases in which this revnedy has been .like f..r young an., oll. So,! tv Win.
Iti f. .n i. titipn us.i ,luring the prevale, e of and Andierson, ( Oala., Fla.
-" -- g'- i1in ,e i t years. .ind c an ile relied
Among the .arrivals at the M,,ntezu- ulin wilth implicit confidence. Pnwu- NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
una today %e%- <'. W. Driver. -ctr.a: S. |. tnonia often results from a slight cold
W. Pet-to"wy. J-,ihn ihen no -Linger is apprehended untiltue f tinal -le
UIndler an-l by virtue of :a -.-
ckk. A-.h.':. Mass %Wall.i.e. ,.taines- it is su'ldenly discovered that there is
n.-.- r.'n .i,'",ri *,:. the t".l ,.lv ,!f J3 ti;U-
Wvlle Holrn. York. an-id Root. fever an-d difficulty in; breathing and. e .. .
,,ry. A. lo,.I 1-, Iy th Ht, >t.>l.- \V.
mushmneil. ;;ains in the t hest, then it is announce k the rt urt
llullok. julee oft the ,-,rl'.i:' i',urt ,,f
that the patient ha.s pneumonia. Be on the tifth j-l. i t f i i
the fifth jul.i, i il :'," ult f 'P ,! i !.i. M t-
The fan .ttachment on the New the safe site ani take chamberlain's unt n .
Honle mta. hine is certainly grand. It u',tlgb Renmed" ;as soon as the cold is i
<:USc" thc'"eiln 1, .mi x' he:'i-~1 IL 1'.
kee"t the flies and gnats off and the ontr. cte. It always cures. For sale ki tk as eim. .sinarnt an-i A th Ktus
operator obil while sing. by all druggists. Vogt .t ux. t-r. *I ,-t i ats. thAe u..-
Furniture Company. - __

We hear from authentic authority
that Hon. F.. H. Mote of Leesburg.
memtwr of the le giclature. ho, had
an ouwe.-4...^1 himsel^.f fewv *th..* i-ito. eonnto



dersign.e- sp*, , ap-point'-
and n.trned in sa I r!n.l ,l., :-e. to ex..-
, ute the smni.'. v i'.l ln
Monday. the 7th day of March. A D.

'VM .-

A I Ab At ANc

The Man

From Kahn

Representing Kahn Bros.. In-orporate-1
Mens' Tailors of Louisville, Ky.. will
be at our store

Friday and Saturday,
February 19 and 20,

Showing their immense stock of high
Spring and Summer Woollens
Call and have a look. and place your
order for a new Spring suit. trousers
or fancy vest. If desired,, the gar-
ments can be delivered to you later on.
Kahn Bros. have for ye-ars had the
reputation of making perfect-fitting
garments. Your order is safe with
them. They will please you or keep

At Oae Time It Was Praretlally a
Bar to Matrlmom).
Mary as a Christian name wAv:s h.lI
in very singular veneraton during the
medi:aival a s!'. andl in -4.n ;,' i. .r- of
Europe there existe-d a sup ,r-tiuius
rfelu^atL- R m i,, it n> to n trr. ,1, :iIIy
oue who c'hainved to have been, so clihris-
tened, or the bride ele-t was at least r- '.
quired to change this natu-. -jr somnie
other of less sanctity.
All Marys were at one time believed
to be invested with extraordinary l.w-.
ers in connection with the affairs of
life. Bearing the iame na s iS tile
Blessed Virgin, they wo-re cins l'r4d
worthy of niore than c1l hiii IIii ,-Id-
eration. and their tp r-, :iIl i:i'ii e
over their husband-i esc,-:,'i;ly w ; un-
usual; hence many l ni iw lt :il
thoritative u lrdinaltc's f 'i, rli:I;: th r
wive-s to be kiluwn :i as Mry. %,v.-r-
elgns. in soil e ca.see drli nl:g.- suij.-
tion to their partners, shLued a mnark-
ed distaste fur Marys.
Thus Alfonso IV. of (.'atli ,. whinn cin
the point of weddiiig a MNxoori-li inxi"l-
en. tiade It a conliition of tlth' e :ir-
riage that at her lalcti-iz. as a r-,-'lnt
convert to Christianity. she should not
take this name. In the articlh-s sttld
for the union of Ladisl:s of i'olarnd
with Marie de Nevers there% was a
clause which li lund this prine' s to
change her name to Aloysa.. 'a4sinir
I. of Poland. who married Mary.
daughter of the Duke of Ruisia. re-
quirel of her a similar sacriie to pop-
ular sentinient.-Pl'earson's Weekly.

They Never Saw Puss and Were oa
Another Floor of House.
"I have observed recently a rather
curious thing with respect to the rela-
tionship between cats and rats. andi It
has led to a rather interesting rrec- tt-
tion," said a man who takes inui-lh in-


- $0,9000.






At the City Market

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetablea

City and Country Trade Solicited

Free Delivery PPhooe 121.

Special Sale

of Sewing Machines

We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used--som
but little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re-
placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen
and tried, if desired.
We will sell these machines very lo w for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12,
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and Wil-
son" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment.

Sand tue* t lia e ti.e li ii l yi.i since his arrival."-New Orleans Times- Graphophones and Records. A Graphophone and 6 Records for $1.

Damerous Fish laelug.
Some years ago the New I.ndon Fuarnture and Hos Fo shig Goods at
sloop yacht Itedhot, while cruising ol I
Mlarthas Vineyard for swordfish. was "SM IT H 'S"
struck by a wounded fish and so badly
injured that she sank. The tishi had
pierced thie bottom with his sviil hd ad
in his blind attack had butted his head l utu r C o
so hard against her timbers that they
were shattered.
Actually not one of the fifty or sixty -`; --
vessels that cruise for swerdtish has a
record of complete immunity. O4ne
craft was struck and raiimmined bty sword i i
fish twenty times in one cruise. Luck i
ily none of the attacks was -eliverel .
under such circumstances that the lish
succeeded in piercing her hulll entirely.
but the vess"el was injured so liadly thal
she needed a thorough ovrhaulingaft- WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS
er she made port. ea
SYou know our reputation; It has not been the growth
Herbert spencer in disdtainiin all ti. o a day, but has been but up by yeas
ties happened to follow a lead set to ot Carefl manaim m t.
him by others of hirs name. CharlesP 1
Spencer, second Lord Sunderland, r T
would not, when he sat in parliament
for Tiverton. allow himself to Ibe called i Tan ar 19, .1904M
my lord and expressed. tihe liope that
he would live to see the day when s-'- cPr*'-- ^ a --- --` --- .- O fr
not a peer would be left in Einal:a-nd.
Another and a later Spencer. the lion.
George Spencer. sixty years agi aston-BEST FOR THE KIDNEYS
Wished his fatlher, the Earl Spencer of
the day, by dropping his title and even B
his name wvliti he became a Roman
Catholic and entered the cassioni.;t or-
'der as "Father Iatiu." Irving's Buchu Wafers

Shorte.t Street In the World. HEALTH FOR 60 CEff S
What is perhaps the shortest street
sIn the world is West so,,l, Ivlsicin Kidney troubles -caused by over-work, over-eating,
street't In Buffalo. F.'t, rth,'rn0ri-, it l::_u
only one sieli. South 1,cvi,,im str,.t ovcr-drinking'. No part of the human body receives
proper runs east fromin Main, l ut n iTh ,orc ill-treatment than the kidneys. Load after load
old surveyors allo-wed it to ci,-s l:,;n is imposed on the kidneys until they become clogged.
street andi 1ru1 for tlhirtyv t-c.,t ;i thie are11 fto e oi t.I \d...11 and Ib-I
West side h ftit Ei,, ,. I, omen are moreoften atlicted with kidney and blad-
street. which rins il;,.;ub: -utih- der disorders than men, but frequently attribute the
west from .Main. o1n t. nltl of r cause of kidney and bladder trouble to complaints
'W est livisioen street is Sit.'l tii re. i i
so tl short stree.-t h:,. ihlt its south peculiar to their sex. while the real cause o their
side to call its own .-EI\cih:c.nge. misery is some distressin kidney disease.

Labor alcIng I cDice.
"'YES." snia l thir' lr 'nilr;: -,'-1,..l te';-. 1
er. "I think that 5s :a iill iett -r fi- r
you to write v<'ur tl;:ii e- Ivut -f iirse-
)yu will c' p y it. l.avinmn ciit tLho 's l-i-
mern-us b pages.
"O'h. dear. ni:" reL,..d tle girl. "T"',,
Fre for "d,-atre-.' I Lave it ua a rubber
starup."- I .etrit I'rct. P'res.

.Exess of attention.
jlid her :':il.'r '..,, ..; t. ,l,,-ir':"
"Ue d;d l-e4t, r !.; i : 'a'. l,.. !.,w-
ld uit tht >1."f. : -"* f!''::r :::,; ;:,;. the
e rrner ,Ir.; s>r,-e "T\\o .,..-ks :'.r' -
Cleveland l' aii;; I>-:,;ir

The oyster at its ibest is inferior s a
toothsome d ,:!*"*ty t toie succulent
lan.-I'roviD.ence Joumnal.i




Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned, will apply to the governor
of the state of Florida, four weeks after
the publication of this notice, for let-
ters patent under the following propos-
ed charter:
R. S. Hall Thos. C. Hall. T. E.
Bridges. L. J. Knight. Herbert A. Ford.
B. W. Blount. S. A. Rawls,. & LBltch.

Copy of Propsed Charter of the Ma-
rmo Hardware Company
We. the undersigned, hereby assocl-
Ste ourselves together for the purpose
of' becoming incorporated under the
laws of the state of Florida applicable
to corporations for profit.
The name of this corporation shall
be The Marion Hardware Company.
and its place of business shall be la
-Ocala. Marion county. Florida.
The general nature of the business to
be transacted is:
1. The buying and selling, at whole-
sale and retail, for itself and for others,
manufacturing and dealing l bhard-
ware and mill and mining supplies,
crockery, carriages, harness, pants,
and all kinds of merchandise and com-
2. To buy and sell all kinds of per-
sonal and real property.
3. To do all such things as are in-
cidental or conducive to the attainment
of the above objects.
The amount of capital stock author-
ized is thirty thousand dollars (33.00-)
divided into three hundred (30) shares
of the par value of one hundred dollars
($100) each, twenty thousand dollars
($20,000) of which shall be payable la
property, at a just valuation to be fix-
ed by the directors at a meeting to be
called for such purpose, and ten thous-
and dollars ($10.0f0) of such capital
stock shall be payable In cash as is-
The term for which this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine (99) years.
The business of this corporation shall
be conducted by a president, a vice pres-
ident and general manager, a secretary
and treasurer, and a board of directors,
consisting of not less than seven (7)
persons, to be elected at the annual
meeting of the stockholders, to be held
on the second Tuesday In January In
each year, from which board of direct-
ors the foregoing officers shall be elect-
ed; provided, that one person may hold
the offices of vice president and general
manager, and that one person may bold
the offices of secretary and treasurer.
The following named officers are to
conduct the business of this corpora-
tion until those elected at the first an-
nual election in 19)5 shall be qualified. ,
viz: R. S. Hall. president: T. C. Hall,
vice president and general manager;
L J. Knight, secretary and treasurer;
and R. S. Hall. T. C. Hall. T. E. Bridges.
L. J. Knight. H. A. Ford. B. W Blount
and S. H. Blitch directors.
The highest amount of indebtedness to
which this corporation can at any time
subject itself is thirty thousand dollars

The names and places of residence
,,f the ,ubhscribers, together with the
amount of capital stock subscribed for
by each is as follows:
R S. Hall. (Ocala.., Florida, eighty,
' hares.
Thcs. C. Hall. Ocala. Florida. forty-
six shares.

T. E. Bri'dgs. Ocala. Florida. ffrty-
fie shArs.
L J. Knight, Ocala. Florida, thirty-
s-ven shares.
Herbert A. Ford. Ocala., Florida. ten

Lommisslioed notary public I and -
the state and com mty aremol a md
that my commJim41 doe. met a4310re
until the 9th day ea Juae. 196L.
In witnessm whet I have hereaM
set my hand and a1eu,* my flcieal
seaJ this the 2th day .o January. 199.
S4eaL) F. L Wats-.
Xotary 1,uuf


The Cgrlm3et&d & ISm C&1ep
comstatly Mbeatad. telei ea fhe
SLpPly every two d"a. isl ie0, -
Georiap cremew obpew, 2 eneIsut w
.wund. bPs em lef. tPh o3X&.a.

Tax Deed Under Section 9 of hap-
ter 4888. Laws of Florida.

Notice is hereby give that Gem. 0.
Richie. purchaser of tax certilcate a.
:355. dated the ath day of Auuat. A.
D. 1899. has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to lmuie Is arcordkace wttb
law. Sold certiOcate embraces the ftl-
lowing described property ttua ed it
Marion county. Florida. to-wit: N% of
nw% of sw% of sw%. me 24, tp 19. r
23. The mid laad kbei am med at
the date of the he mance of mrhb certtf-
ikate in the name of H. A. Lank oa-
less mid certificate sall be redemed
according to law, tax deed win Issue
thereon on the 2ad day I of arch. A.
D. 19"4.
Witness my oWlral snature and
seal this the lth day of February. A.
D. 1994. 8. T. SistruWk.
Clerk Circuit Court. Mariom C.. Fia.

Tax Dped Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4881. Laws of Flodda.

Notice is hereby given that Fridy and
Rou, purchasers of tax certl ratee Na
402 and 403. dated the 3rd day ef Oe-
tober, A. D. 199. have filed amid rertS-
cates in my offIe and made apphlea-
tion for tax deed to issue Is acerd-
ance with law. Said certlfiate. em-
brace the following dewribted property
situated nl Marion county. Florida. to-
wit: Lots 10 and 12, block 13, I eddch.
see 10. tp 13. r 21. The sakd I ad be-
Ing assessed at the date of the Ienace
of such certificates in the name of aFl.
Commercial Co.. and F. Q Brown.
Trustee. UnleNs Mid rertfirateg hall
be redeemed aceerding to law. tax
deed will Ime theresa on the Ioth day
of March. A. D. 1094.
Witness my official igiature and
seal this the 13th day ot February. A.
D. 1994. I. T. pMtrin.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marltm Com, PVa.

Tax Deed Under Seetlo n of Csp.-
ter 4 VO. Laws of Florida.
Notice- is hereby given that W. T.
Taylor. purchaser of tax certlfca-e
No. 40, dat-ed the 4th day of November.
A. JI. IWAP, has filed said ctifCate in
my office, and has made appl9catoem
for tax deed to Iume In accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces
the following described property s9t-
uated in Marion county. Florida. to-
wit: 54 ha n and s by 19.S9 cho e and
w In ne cor. see 18. tp 12. r 29. The
said land being asessed at the dae
of the issance of ueh certificate I
the name of Julia H. HalL ralas
said certificate shall be redeeued ac-
therron on the 16th day of March. A.
D. 1904.
Witne- my official ulu. md.
seal this the 13th day tof February. A.
D. 1904. T. russral.
Cl-rk Circuit Court. Mates Ca., kL

Tax Deed Under Section 3 of Chap-
ter 4%t8'. Laws of Florida.
Notle is hereby give, that RobS.
Howell. purchaser of tax certicarse
No. :7. dated the 3rd day of Octer.
A. D). 105>, has Hied laid certifcatto m





will po~ilivxe!V cure any case of kidney disease that is
not btvoc.l the reach ,f medicine. If you are troubled
with /,/('/iR, A //tw/i.//ni. 'ca/ding ( >ine, Diabetes,
.\'X'':,/J.i; >. t -,,s of /-7) /. I imfl's or SkI/; Diseases,
buy a box to-da.v and start on the road to health.
Irvin '.-;UL hu \Vafers are purely vegetable. acting
)rlmptl ~t oi all parts of the human system, giving
relict to aill affected parts at once.
Irving's Buchu Wafers are never sold in bulk. If your druggist does met
have it wtren asked for he can get it for you. Do not accepa substitute
-insist 0n getting the genuine. Sample and booklet FREE. Address

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The new opyright novels. Ocala
New sCo.

The- March mag-azinxs now in. Ocala
News C'o.

You can get hot steaks, en, coee.
etc., at Dame's.

The (o-ala House had thirty-eight
a aiivals y-st*-rday.

Any- kind of lunch, hot or cold. quick-
ly ps-r'.%-' at Damn's.

Fine line of willow rockers at J. A.
Pittman and Son's.

Z. <'. Chambliss r4-tutri-d from the
West this afte-rnoon.

The most elegaat display of candy
In town at Dame's.

('hatl*-y Wate-rman came up this af-
t-rnmon from Stanton.

If you want a home. see F. W. Ditto.
Merc-hants' block. O'ala.

PIT, tth new game. can be had at
the Postoffrke Drugstore.

Iun.-h-es, steak. coffee milk. pies.
gsandw i-he s. -tc'.. at tDame's.

Mallory Lieldom of Parish has been
In the city for tsev-ral days.

Pine candles, fresh ama or excellent
quality, at the French bakery.

It. S. Woodrtow etturne-d today from
a busin-ess visit to Paort Tampa.

The most complete line of toilet arti-
cles in the city at Tydings & Co.

lIlnme-t and Juli*-ttI* at the- ol(era
heouae- on the- night of February 245.

ti lino- of fine- tablets atnd latest
styl.-s iti I0eex palwr.
Mr. 4'. L. Ruve-s. the ne-w nwm-r-h:nt
at We-ir.dal.e. was in lth- s-ity toilay.

Pure drugs carefuny compounded
In our prescription department. Ty-
diugs & Co.

lon the- (tight of F-'btruary 2!',. Romie)
anid Juli**tt.- will be- lr,-.-nt-d at the
108|Hlal heauc,-.

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

Miss F'amsis- e'l.trk is de-tain-l fro-rm
h*-r se'-le ti'ws of her muttlWr.

I will sell you a home cheap, and on
easy tetrs. F. W. Ditto. Merchants'
bMock. (kaia. Fla.

Misst Eitta ";arni. ;i t<-:at-her in the
(hala High Sche.eI. is sitik and unable
tea att<.'Ia t oe l-r dutit-14.

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

Mclve-r and MacKay have just re-
ceived smm- of the handsomest ladies'
de-icks seen in Florida.

Hitandmanrt. Itahbv carriages., autonrmo-
abie 'lluaninlrg gear. the new styles. See
them-n. J. A. Pittman and Son.

The* Ne-w I)e*at- sewing nmuchine- will
snaks- .cnir homie c 6ly tlh. <.:
STh"- in<'ani:ta Ifraiends. e1who we"re. Mr.
El.dw aard Hold-.l'n's ue.sts at thte 4 e.ala

Their t*-cala Jer-sey <'rvtamery can sup-
cI l.v a feu n v'iate oged stall fed milk *oar cream.
I1e9st 40f are I i te the handling of
tlilk. I*. M. Itoney. Proprietor.

IlHnty L.. lStmoks *of thoe
me|M1| :atllI a.iti it-nlt tax -ollec"tor of
St'inca< '.,unlt s it iln tire city tittlay.

S I;tttnu.-s' "I'" Young, tlie fatlous
c'.el.i <,ywstti c*oik. prelmares them.

TiMts 5;. S. Sr"tt .nimi daughter, Miss
i ,uit*e. .wentt ts <''t.v.tal Itiver tods'y
te' I'[ ,.l :1 fe'-i .laysi

Fol-'cic'.s H..twy'v :;ant Tmar ist beist for
c i mtu, .iltAi \h licpintg coucth. contains
Ira' t*e ti's a:. I u t quic-klv. Careful
ati .th,.'-s kl.-1, it il tht I'cc tule. Sold by
th. P.'sta..ffic. .' IUlvgitore.'.

Ttn.- f in' .ci.i ,uthful ,l.cuchters n-
S~ u di.'t i th,.. n' i '.r thi. '-fleItnie a>n get-t
t til l u| .c t*'~**lith+s''mi- sunl- .-r feor their.
I,.itt, T:. t 1 1i sht 4 Of -our.t s- et'-er% l ,.y"-
t:,.1 tin *atnusnt.s ,nIl th.-im .aunti s will
tlo there.

jeI. **T I-thir .st .n i'>t
K anrie. a.Inu., lt- t\we-.n .a ncor.n .t1.l myil
r*- *-' ,- .. (i.. t! a.' tld,-i iiunitin Ii-| -"
t.o I', I t- hl.t. k !, .tht .! .. Findl er
cle. .- ***.:u'll t eo'-,nitltneif i.ll Ilta k. J.
M lt' ,,,.


A number of Epworth Leaguers and
their friends met last evening at the-
residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cham-
bers and organized a reading circle ,of
fourteen members. Miss Peria Leste
took charge of the meeting. The- took.
"Four Princes." by Scherer. which
treats of ancient history, was first
chosen and put into circulation. The
subject for the next meeting will 'be
Paul and <'onstantine the Great. first
Christian emperor of Rome. At 9.30
the circle adjourned to meet again
next month at the parsonage.

Arrived yesterday, a day ahead of tim-e.
and will be at H. B. Masters. the-re
he will "treat you right" today and to-
morrow. He has one of the most -ele-
gant lines of spring and summe-r whole
pattern lines that has eve-r t-been showin
here by a tailoring house-. and is talking
a great many orders.


Dame is receiving the finest ovste- s


Washington. Feb. 19.-Rain tonight
:and Saturday: colder Saturday ir
northern and central portions.

$100 REWARD, $100

The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
to-en able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
.A constitutional disease, requires a
(onstitutional treatment. Hall's Ca-
tarrh 'ure is taken Internally. acting
diir-.tly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby de-
.troying the foundation of the disease,
and giving the patient strength by
building upl the constitution and as-
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative- powers, that they offer One
lHunhd -, Lollais for any case that it
fails to, cure. Send for list of testi-
lofpnials. Address.
F. J. C Sold toy druggists. 75c.
Hail's Family Pills are the best.

e-ver brought to Ocala, and is serving
them in every style that tickles the j The ladd Fe-llows meet tonight.
palate and satisfies the inner man. If There. will be a three-ringed circus in
you want a real fine dish of yste-rs go, the h.ill. t\\o W\Villiami gO:ts :an a
to ltameW. I,Itolt hli. If the- boys .-ailt to see fun

l+-t th-in eb- ion l.anl. Itre-thren In ar-


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


W. L. Jones at the city market re-
eelves daily., warmouth bream. swe-k-
led perch, trout and jackfish, fresh from


The Norma Martinez. the C. H. S.,
the El Solo, and the Fama Nacional,
four of the best 5 cent cigars made in
Tampa. and many ohern to be found
in T. W. Troxler's cigar case.


Rowe has oysters :and fish. Satisfac-
timon guaranteed in quantity, quality
and price.

New Line of




-Just Received at-


r:ars of your lues. bring aiionff your
^... h. ....

-"pare.,- ai,-. J-wet'tt. Dr. Powers. Jonn and Wil l-l -
Taylor. How.e, Workman. McIntosh. Marsh. Dais. '..per I. J ':l.
Mathews. Dr. Daniels. Drake and Ford .care of ()e .it. S**l St'tto-. wle.
At midnight the guests bade Mr. One dollar ner head.
and Mrs. Camp good night, having
spent one of the most delightful even- MELON SEED
Wings of the season.
T. W. Troxler, Agent for Huyler'a ntthe est
Candy. Fresh Shipments Received Cantaloube nl melhn, th, h>st v:i-
Weekly. GAGNON-POLLOCK STOCK CO. rieties, andi gu:arnnt.- I fresh, re-li l..'
eed. Tydings anl Co.
Mr. V. V. (aste .v-e. re-presenting the This popular little company oleenedI
longmian .ianl1 Mi:rtinez paint manu- their engagement at the opera house SPECIAL SALE
fmactur-i s of N .\ York City. was in the last night to a large audience, com-
city visiting the- agent at this posed principally of the guests of the A special sale of furnitu-,.. ne.w lnd
place. M,-ssrs. Melver and MacKay. large hotels. The play was the "'Coun- second hand. I must sell tio make
who ah.r s-lling ., pile of their paints. terfeiter." and was presented in a room. Positiv.'ly havt- nio teo st.>re
most satisfactory manner. The corn- it. F. C. Smith. )cala I'unitur! Co.
An unusualhl- are snln nrettv lina nf piny is without doubt the best that

toilet articles at Tydings & Co. has been seen here in years, and frorn
all indications the house will be sold
I-'or bl;ank Ihooks an~d .ll kinds of of- out tonight. when the company will
fi'. st;atio.i'ry we. .re headquarters. present one of Bret Harte's comedy
*a .c:la .N \.-\s to'. dramas, entitled. "The Gambler and
the Lady." There will be new special-
tiHOT DRINKS es and new illustrated songs.-Day-
tona Gazette-News.
Hot drinks of all kinds at Troxler's. This company arrived in (cala last
night and are at the Montezuma hotel.
John IF. Crawfoi l. ex-city marshal, They will play tonight; matinee to-
has succeeded MV' Porter as manager I orrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. They
t H. IIt. Mas rs" warehouse. Mr. will also give another exhibition to-
**.fori was charge 'of the re- morrow night. E ch appearance will
house several years prior to Mr. Por. ie different.
term's rei
F' iR RENT- A neat-t cottage Apply.

aorlnl-r toouth Third and Tuseawilla

The splendid opneratic company. Dr. J. ckson of I tlinonsn spet yester-
playing Reomem and Juliette. will ew; 'oiv and tdl.:y sti the gues-t eof Heon. J.
in Ot-ala one night, February 25, at M. |illr<-'.
Mariona opera house.
Mothers can safely give Foley's Hon-
IIE IDE E FOR tSALE .,ey and Tar to their children for coughs
Eind lolsds, for it ',mnt;ains no opiates or
Sothe-r poisons. Sold by the Postoffice
I Offer for Sale My Residence, Near' lugstore. *
the School House, in Ocala, Containing
10 Rooms, Bathroom and Kitchen; is in t%*'. J. 1. llillaurn left this after-
noon f.r I-' 'ity. wher-e he will
Excellent Condition and Fitted With ni 4 e1 utelytalf'ienc. tomorrow
Electric Lights Throughout. Half Cash; Ianl, Iroah ft,,r- th. ilt-ltla Sunlday.m
Balance on Easy Terms; Title Perfect.
DAVID S. WOODROW, Purest drugs carefully compounded,
Room 12. Postoffice Block in our prescription department. Ty-
dings & Co.
C'rl \\Weiho. \ ho has I ten visiting i
THE SEABOARD AIR LINE his ,,.iarn-ts.. returne-. to' J.acksonville

Following is the time of arrival and
departure of trains ion the Seaboard CURED APTER SUFFERING
Air Line railway at Otcala: TEN YEARS I
No. 66, from T.ninpa. 12:41 p. m. I I
Leaves for Jac.ksonville and other I| '. Ht' r. Miami 'y.l, & Mfg. Co.
tinats narth :t 1 p. m. Milile-ton. Ohio. suffered for ten
Not. S.o. night train from Tampa. '**.s % ith ,lyl,,.isi ;. HI, s t-ent hun-
le:aves foer Jacksaonville mat 2:33 a. m. a n t.res of dollars for meil'ine and with
No. 20. tsouthl-,und from Jacksonville. ,liactirs iiith',ut receiving any perma-
arries :1 p. n.. and leaves for Tam- tl-nt benefit. 11e says. "One night
rrin..and s for Tam- 3hile* fee-ling exceptionally bad I was
pa at -32 :i. mi.
N.'. .-7. southbound from Jackson- mutlut toe throw dewn the evening paper
v'ille, leaves for T;lmpa at 1.2 .% a. m. Mhli-at I sawv an it-n in the paper re-
All trails carry iullmani sl-pers and -tri in, thIe' lllmerits of Kodel l)yspepsia
railway poisttiffices. and da:y trains stop 'nie. I cuilred to try it and while
at O e'alamt f..r dinner. I ha:sl1 ni faith in it I felt better after
I lie- ,.-,>, se -.lo)se. After using two bot-
FRESH MEAT tl's nil sttring',r anldI better than I
\\illi:am Tucker" has now ia full sto.k e f' r :rs
Ko.,,I lYSi.,lsCi.t 'ure to my friends
of iteef. pork. nutitttan a;itl miu-
sage. iin addition to tish aini. oysters. .1idl,' utTering from
t_i soin..h trli oulile." S,'l. by Win. Ander-

A beautiful line of stationery-a, I A. C. L. CITY TICKET OFFICE
I fine as cn be found in town-at T;-. Tickets to all parts of the United
dings & Co. States and Canada on sale. Schedules
S- and routes cheerfully furnished to
pros.lective travelers by calling or

Biggest Cot



Ever Heard Of.

phoning. Agent for all of the trans-
Atlantc, staamnship lines going to any
of the European ports. J. C. Maughs,
City Ticket Agent. Ocala House.


-V.W. Baik-r onf Piuinvieu. eb.
.1.- NIv %%:if.- h.i -1 hang t,. oul-!t- for
_9m W.,c iV't n-i- i .numib~er

i--r >-,'a2 i ~ ho;-. \'htn a
mm n-:-a'-minm- a:- imin :~imI-l.-s .nmeya

Mr. W. W. Prickett, Smithfield. Ills.,
writes. Sept. 10, 1901: "I had been suf-
fering several years with a cancer on
my face, which gave me great annoy-
ance and unbearable itching. I was
using Ballard's Snow Liniment for a
sore leg. and through an accident I
rubbed some of the liniment on the
cancer, and it gave me almost Instant
relief. I decided to continue to use the
lininnent on the cancer. In a short time
the cancer ;a1nme out. my fa-e healed up
andl there is not the slightest scar left.
I have implicit faith in the merits of
this preparation, and it cannot be too
highly recommendedd" 2F5ct.:- 5ic.. and
$1. For sale by the Anti-Monopoly

Itiggest stock of crockery, china and
glass in the city. Prices right. <('ala
News i'o.


$11.95-ATLANTA. GA., and return.
Tic kets on sale -Feb. 21 anId 22. limit-
ed return ning Feb. 27. 1904. Extension
may be obtained to Marchi l1, 1iu4.

'line residence, with 12 acre of ground,
opposite Fausett's. In Western Ocala.
Will sell on easy terms. Apply to H.
A. Fausett.

WVANTED--(;irl. 1, to ".'. to assist
with light house and office work. Must
niot object to country life. Addlress at
once B. H. F.. care Star.

FOR SALE-A good Washington a
hand-press. 7-c'olumn: will be S ola
cheial for cash. Call on or address \V. -
S. Smith. Altoana. Fla.


Mrs. H. Haggins of Melbourne. Fla..
writes: "My doctor told me I had C ,n-
sumption an I nothing could be dtne foi
tn-. I wa-s given up to die-. The offer
",f a free trial hbttle of Dr. King's N New
Dis,-uvery for 4 Consumptiorn innluit me
to try it. Results were startling. I anm
nix\\ tion the road to recovery .in. i ,
.ir to Dr. King's New Dis,-overy. It
surely saved my life." This great ure'
is guarantee,! for all throat aind luni
diseas-es by all druggists Pri.- -s
.inA $1. Trial lM-ttles fre-.



Ocala Evesag Star, Friday, February 19, 1904.


' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp gave an i
oyster roast last -evening. which was
most unique an4 a most enjoyable di-
version. comr.limentary to the Misses
Jessie. Annie and Mildred Nurney of
Suffolk. Va.. and Miss Bailey of Muiiti-
cello, Fla..
From 8 to 10 o'clock oysters were
roasted at a huge fire out on the be-au
tiful lawn. Hot. buttered rolls. sar.
dines, pickles, crackers and hot drinks
were served between each roast of oys-

It is extremely doubtful if a gather- I
ing of Ocala people ever enjoyed any- Gr
thing more than this affair. oo s
The children, a large number of
whom were also present, played games
on the lawn during the course of the
roast, and enjoyed themselves as only
children can. TI
At 10 o'clock the entire party went R H
over to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp's
residence and danced in their dining
room until 12 o'clock. Between the
dances Miss Rounsaville and Miss'
Nurney sang some beautiful songs.
- Those present were: Misses Sue
Barco. Annie Davis, Violet and Sara
Harris. Eloyse and Eula Lee Izlar.
Hughes. Ro amasviille. Watson, Potter,
'Weathers.. Rosinbaum. Hiller. Mord.,
Nevitt, Stand)py. Smith. Stotesbury. FOR SALE
Mrs. Drake-. j rs. Ford and Mrs. Hiss, ; .i"rt
!.Tind Messrs ter. Dozier, Hoard hirt head ,f stuck hogs at
!,;nd Melsrs,W ter. Dozier. Howard ,t
and Arthutr lark. Anderson. Hiller, "i'y.v in gKoi.l *wlitin. I.n sh.-,t
S... ... .. -. -....... and t~r at .nitiniuals. AI.' .--. R 1..-: t

ng and Summert Dess

Silks, Ttimmings, Etc*







F.I a.. mWBIHD


opmud lattvutiem goleaomatum
Diem? of cbrombc Dl mi 3t
tame of Winmes icumrf

wnine. evwe y~ rooo
Ipce %ernimfro 8 IaR. ft =6; m
froin2IP. to a W.IL.

as the wob afedw


I -









Old Delouest Stand.


Mrs. J. 4;. ,Man .t M1rs. J. M. AT THE CITY MARKET
Thompson's r,-si il.nie. ill 1 i, ess, i ,
Inaking. Suits a cialdty.

SUNDAY SCHOOL' Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheus

The- tcon V-niti.'n a i--t lith th ,i- tif-
ford P.end Sunday s.,h.,,l. M1..1atl, ....k, CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
Flt.. January :;#1-31. 1...4. i FREE DELIVERY. TELEPHONE iM
Song service Sat' .lturmi ld y the heir.
Preachinrg ey l v. II. '. 1W iltill. tile
hoen-e aissioary.
Adjourne.I for dlinne'r until p. In.
iconiavenition rI',--:; wit \Iii :t af' HALL & IRAW LS,
choice se-l*tions of soKnis.
LItt-rs frloi v,.riius s.'h ,els; AGENTS FOR
wVtre r'-eae.
AMs.sengers ifrni statY.osi I'.nai Sun- Standard FJre Insuance opin and Pena M tAal
dlay scho,,l: T. ':,wfr,. i. C. .,-L. fe L IWsaWe Co.
Rawls. Miss-s lBessie Wa#;l- ;cn.l Nottie
\1 illiston Suilo iy s .h ,.l: J. I'. lR edl-
dlick. Mr'. lEppe-n-s .lPes* l-.I- Rooms 7 and 8
wiars :mnil EIlers-in. Merchants Block.
He-iltville Sunlm;iy scho,,l: Alis. A. S.' O ala, -l d-*-
Akin. MrN. L. IL. Akin. Miss#-s Strickland
and .1 Mixs',n.
WVac'hootma Sunday school: .Mr. Tim
RHlittht.,is Sundan;y sc.ho,,l: M.Mss RE.. I'.
R. IUlith. W\. J. Willis andl 1:. A. I im-
inmarido s ,an'l .Mi.sses S llie Akinl .inI Ou 0 &
Art ic Marlow. x Fist Class Meals
AppoinitilltntOs of v;triis ,i -nin iittef-s.
Talks loy Rev. M.., tin aw l Brother e f 11 S I
L. L. Akin.

,First ury Th ". n..'t o in-CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

dlu-inlig schur h nw.-mtl' t,o :tlim-nl Sun-
h.iy school-I. I:y J. !,1.',- l k. \W'.
T' Ile .al.lI K '-v. IH. l'. ltin.
S''-s il i t + y15,-I "l'*.11- I,.-' t | i+ ia ;
th.- le-"ss,. 1 IV .. 'I'. . h -t '.l I..
I.. Akin. J. S. Sistium k. 11. '. 1 siti
;nci1 I. N. t ii\\ ls.
7;;: i'. n.. rt'e;, hlii e iy >- .A. 1.
Plis.s-. lisianiss- 1 I 'y '-v. II. *'. M !-
Sunday. 11 :;4 ;i. nl.. s., \ i, .
S.I tiItur. r.-.taligi bI y i -. l' -: i--rt.
lP y.i -ir loy I.. i.. Akin:.
Sa im vl.>y -v i'" h 'I al i-s ill.--' .'L,:. .!|-
,tl 'tc -.I Iby I. N 1R, ',. ; : S n, .
A inlr'-s 4 o)f \-! %i- '. 1. Is.
T hii.i u.-' y v I ,,-.: i.. ... 1
lit'-tittti r.- nr ti- h,:- PI'r t. I .i-r
an:l J. If. Akin.
A i.:pr- *nc-a i.y Pi .cr. I'- t i T
lie.. **... . l ith i Tn -<. ,In-h !: ,' t

I ... !:i.. |,:0-.: h,' iP l.. + ,, l C .
M,! tl!n.
Ilnslm i-<- u t:'n T '':.
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M '.h . a- \I. . 1
t P It I

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Vs- .; .- : "'-. .. "

.i \V .- ** "" ."*--

Dining Room open unti midnight. Pe
attitiona given to special Morders, anyt
the market offers prepad for the ta
short notice...

Dumb Waiter Connects With

Skilful Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choi
Special price to Regular Boarders


At McGratlh's Staz








Merchants Bloc.


Lv Palatka ..
Lv. Jaekonvtlle .
Ar. Vaidota
Ar TlftIn.
Ar. Cordele
* L SLT.
Ar Am erlteu
Ar totIlumbs*
Ar. M.,n omery
6.. -a v. av.
Ar. M ai.-n
Oe.s l.0 m. a.
Ar. AunguAta
c. oF 6;. 3. L.
Ar. Atlanta.
Ar. Columnlbu
.Ar. Birm nrham
Ar. M3emphim.
N. '. r. La.
Ar. Marietta
Ar. t'haotanM^
Ar. Nohviltle
ILS. CSiTI. L a.
Ar. St. Leoui
Ar. Chl~t>
I. a .*. a. a.
Ar. L.uisTville
Ar. Cinctnnati
c. a. I. a. B.
Ar. Cthicago

setpm Sxoam


'IIspa Im a

solid trains from Jaekwoavlle so IeMas.
Train* from Palatka connect at ValdeaM wtIh
train Ptnx north from Jaeboevlle
L.a. #l.-epers on lz w rlyer train INor a
con. remaining in depth l ilt 310 a. =
Pullman Buffet teepinC tars ram f Jeebs-
villeto'*t Louts via above rmate w281st
change of ears on Dilte Flyer tranl. as Pill-
man's fintt -4l epers oeS awe train to Clt-m
without rhangr
Er *chedul e, southboaund and other ntae-
mati. S. addre.o
J H NRAruiT,
IDitrtct Pasepngr Agent. S W Sep St1W
.Seeboeovlb. via
tqpieral Passenger Agent. .

Notice is hereby given that Mer
and by virtue of a final decree of fe-
closure. entered on the 3rd day of Pb-
ruary. A. D. 1904. by the Forn. W. IL
Bullock. Judge of the circuit court of
the fifth judicial circuit of Florida in
and for Marion county, in chancery, sit-
ting in a certain cause then peIding.
wherein John A. McDonald and A. W.
Mc Donald were complalnants ai
Iougl;as 4;. Eichelberger et als were de-
fend ants,. the undersigned special m-*
ter in chamiery will on
Monday, the 7th day of Mesrh, A a0

*luring the lIs-gal hours of sale, tn frat
*of the- s.uth *tI,,ala. Flsorida. offer for sale and wI
sel-l to the highest and best bidder, for
tash. the- mortgaged property mentlon-
e"l in said l final decree and descrtibed a
follqw sa: The east half of the nortrhe
quarter of section twenty-nine and the
mouth half of northwest quarter of e-
tion twenty-eight. all in township if-
teen. south, range twenty-two, e6a.
the same being situate in Marime cm.
ty. Florida. W. W. Martin.
Special Master l chanceryy .
William Hom'ker,
Solicitor for V'omplalaanta.

Tax Ieel Under Section 8 of Clhap-
te.r 4i%. La.qs of Florida.
Notic is herebv riven that J. L. le-

Lod-!. purchaser of tax certificate No.
411l. dated the
: "*,* haf filed .said certificate In my of-
1" ti< e* and has made application for tax
4'-.,-1 to issue in accordance with law.
Saiii certifi'ate- embraces the following
.1-ew-ribe-4 property situated In Marft
k Bar county Florila. to-wit:: Sw% olf %.
*** .. tp 13. r 22. The said land belng
ce Vaflds asss-e at the date of the liNaS. e of
su-h s*-rtifia.ite in the name of M. NL
Miller. I'nless 6-aid certificate shall be
S r.-l-emed ;t according to law, tax deed
N Go %ill issue thereon on the Sth day of
M.r. h. A. I. 14 4.
Ld Witness my official signature anI
-.A;il this the- 4th day of February. A. IX
*'"4 S. T. nIttrs.L
'l-rk **ircuit Court. Marion Co., Fla.

Taxix .L-e.l 'n.e.r S.e-tion s of Chap-
t*-r 4,%'. Laws of Florida.
Notiio' is hereby given that S. IB. Lv-
SI,." Jr.. purchase r of tax certificate Naf
SL 14i. at-l the -,th 'lay of April, A.Ix
I -'0. h;a> f!e-, said certificate In my of-
fi,- :;nd has made application for tal
.1l-t.- to ioue- in accordance with law.
S-. rtiflo ite embraces the foowhn
1'l,-. ribt'.l ,ro- terty s tuated In aiTesO
,*'ur.ty. lori.i. to-Vit: .Nw of af%.
S- 17. tp N.. r :.3. The oaid laad be.
j t a '.e d at the date of the bInaneS of
Suc'h ,' -rtif' .,te in the name of -
T g k,,own. l'nle- said certlltal l
St, re.-e-mol according to law. tax ded
Swill i.i4ssue thereon on the 2th day of
February. A. D. 190'4.
Witr* my official signature -"
O N e--",,.l this the l-1th day of January. A. DL
0 N 1944. S. T. SiptruaL.





Ocala Evening Star, Friday, February 19, 5904.

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Commercial Bank a











Fine CamfiBae, B and Taps
m us t fiea _S&d & H o r se s e t k


H an Ues for -Sale HoA n
Boarded by eMomt& at Special Rate&





FwmNWm 1 ~<=

NO. I-S ICE:; tROOM CTTA~w iK4)% t~i.~AVENVE.-Large yard 11",by 1IO
V"tWito4Good Cionditinmn. New~ly Painlt-d. 04- $so-.. Part Cash.
NO. 2-%ItK (M11TA(.L -P U(OM!-AND) 4.4040,lBATH. ETC. In .sev..nd WardA.cq,-
UW n in i' Condition. Two l%,reh.-. Priev 01--. lart 4 *eh.
NO. 3--WM1 O ME D IL'MiIK0 V. tedl.- alk. t. oI Fir.-p!ac.-s. 4)n Paved Street in
Sad Ward. Prto.f$I#**, on Kai.y T.rrni-.
NO. C-.-1i R A96A~AIN 1N* %14 l% Ropi ltofV'.K. Fine lRath, Cistern Large
yard lo0sSIw' ffet. Paved ,%r"-t. 64"-.d IAwall-..*.''
IRV.S.-FIE ktILU.INu. LOT' Ate I wk DoT N% 111 --M t%1.1. P ~. ays. $11
per Yeara Re-nts. toosid Lwscaoti iii )-it Ward. Prive f..r all
NO. 6--4i49#11 2 .T'ittt* 1(H*Eat-K. HtIIMK'oo FR'.j14T P40I"FFICK. FInle hade and
beatilootmwon. ilath. ct. Pr-ice l1imo' Part a.
NO*. 11, ROOItMflmtKKILDKCK t4 heoCKN FROM "!-RK pleaadid ltathi.
~Nam. matIe. WVitb h m'e Ki$o*. A ilargtii: ail f.!.'piPart Cl'alh.
%0~FN HOME 40% OCKi. %AIIAA AVKNUF. Large. yard his!4'I feet. 4-400d
Warn sad taltde. tte4t 1lAwxtoninenacity. Prie t-lee- o. i'a i 4,1-01.~
NO. w-Gi(Sah BI I K IN114k Lo9TS 1IN F11R-.T W o'. PAVED %"TREET. lposai'."
feet. Prices 6", to $I4'll.
NO. W-j4OD iT N EAR %lE, k K & RI M Vw4 I'A4 ~I N Cil Y 1.111IT-% on Paved
Utwet. Price or Wot.0 ies0
Nit. 11-4i4411) HHOME I .C' l ~AI.%.wly I'intriei etc. Price Si'.opit hafea~h
NO. 12-14, ACRE tGROVE AN'ii 1141t !F wit'i Firin't- *iea of I.ak. Weir. i.nt.ran-
eaubi"Wation. Prite, #;O...


Reg StWSAteand Insurance.
ROM I&8,Mm'iasts' BSleck. OcalIa. Florida.

@0711Uiq1;U11D .;STORE


Staleand Fancy Groceries Delivered,

to all Parts of the City




St. Petefsblrg, Fla.

Offers unusual advantages to those who wish to review before taking
the Uniform State Examination for lTeachers. and to those
who wish to take short courses in manual Training,
Domestic Science, and Physical C('ulture, during

The Special Sti Weeks Term. Be~mnlnh Avril I.

I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedly for a number (of years and
ha\e ino hesitancy in saying that it is
...... the best remedy for coughs, colds and
croup I have ever used in my family.
I have not words to express my confl-
dence in this remedy.-Mrs. J. A.
H O O L M -, re, North Star. Mich. For sale by
alll druggists.


.Mrs.. HlOlmes 'tied last Saturday.
Safer an illness of several months.
1Mrs. Holmn,'s as a ,levotel wife and
aia'otlihr. All \xhoi knew her loved her.
Th,' hi,,i-,.t\ ed family has our sympa-

-) 4 0 n, f ,r to-y's be,. utiful. young la-
This School has a faculty ot sixteen teachers, four fine school hl- ,. Miss I.'anny Iisk. hho has been
buildings with modern equipment. a Normal department, a Hligh visiting at Levon. returned home Feb-
School Department: a Model Graded School. a finely] equipped shop u:,.a.ry .. She. was atviompanied by her
for Manual Training, fine equiipments for teaching cooking and sewing, t; ii.aing cousin, Miss Elsie Perry.
a good library, a tfine laboratory. a ma;~n ticicnt G'ymnasium and Drill Mr. andl Mars. Ji.hnson entrtainel
Hall. a Physical Culture departinent tsor yotig ladlies, :a adet Com- juit a number of their young friends
piny. good literary soCieties. a Scholl (Orct-estra. and a tine location -',day evning at their beautiful
on western shore of Tampa lia. in one aot the most progressive and home. Many interesting games were
beautiful towns in Florida. Tw'o dorniitories will be available ;pla,e. Tht-n anl retired to the dining
April I th. This is one of the best equipped and organized schools in ; ,.n. ,,h.,- r,.tr,.shnnts were serve
the South. Te. The ev.-ning wa-s pleasantly spent
TU I( oN IS FREE y allpresent.
NecCssarn expenses for bo.ard. etc. t, the specia- six weeks term Miss 'iilt., Andlrson. whio arrived
beginning .April t 11)04. need not ex\cccd -24. ojaid at the dorml- h,-,.' a ft-w ,-,eks ago from Ar,:adia.
tortes will cost $3 o00 per week. and e\ei\thiin, is 'turnished. W\'rite 1 Iae-s,,t, *,i-,unty. wh- ere she was
for circular giving tull intto'mtion In Cain itA to the 'o ecial term. t.-.,, hian. ill l.-.\ax for Tallahassee
JOt. ';lUSI NG IR. lri' cipal. s.'i. wh*0-:1 e sh.e x ill ente-r the state

i Miss Elsic P'erry. having returned-
SE IQ V R rA M a .ain Mnr mn l ooks a


'oluIamb:an Re.auty S ., t'corn. tI. ;, e :i: .: ,.' ,, t.' \\x l It took the
premium at the WVorldi's Fair. Thie ,*: is ,,'. \x h;::-. .'g-, i ",' ;,,n. an-i small
cob. weighs 0 Pounds to the Bushel. 3 to 5 Ears to the Stalk: grox.s from
2M to SM0 Bushels to the Acre. It is w, 'th i:s .-.-h' ,:. ,'. 1. T!he S.'e-d fr,-ni
which this 'orn as grown w,;s bjtought l.4 '. :: ,;,.. y. i': 1.",,. lby Ce,.
Geo. Sietwerm. Th.e i,"i.'e of th;s v.aiui,:..- *'. .*: : < i. m n ::. ?''s:age paid-
Half Pe od, 30c.; One Pound. 50c.: Three Pounds. $1: One Peck. $2.50: Half
Bushel. $4: One Bushel. $7: Tuo Bushe's. $12~.' ; k a- .ut: ant.,l to
give sati-;"a. tion. ur morvn y 'heerfut ly :' ;*... : ," . I :. f.: you to S. F.-
Stew-att. e'xi-stmnaster and an:.," hhant. I: '. 1I N. .'. \:'.s:..-s:,-.m. N. t.
or to any reliable mer-ch:ant in the i':ty. ,, v '. i I riea ly to rliant
rtben the t'cnies. The l bst a? .'s .i x 's :, i;.-.- :. For a suc.ess.

P. 0. BK 3L Winston-Saei.m N .

I A aaa 'i s.~'e !. xx--rotsitel ithis4

ot sa f 'if .%I-. iixE a a11-i su--t-c eded
an g'tti'gz xxa'.xx th $2-ooiancsh

*If Y-11 iI: hatIn,"e--i st a. Ko'lc D y'-
ur x l ure ~.u It has cur-
I ~ -s ,d t u t:- .g.t, ite t.)
-u .-f t'.. x it a tri a]. You u ill
*utI' c : si-Yo"r unt,! '. u I 1 try it.
a ~i;' ~.' ..-nl~nt an of di-
~~~ti:th laat dia:-est an-i rebuil~l at the-
~.aa" tat~. K' t'l!-.r. bth. Kh
ur.''ag t-s aan-i l'j -l Sol-d
*bx-iv.-. n l-rs'n.\alla. I-'M.

TEARMI a M~tRUM? 'o____ 9 A AMMES- _____M



Bakersfield, ('al.. Feb. 11, 1904.
Friend Bittinger: You ask me how i
this county would compare with Ma-
rion. If I were to say. as to color.
black and white would d not compare
the two. for out here they all eat
".soffikee" out of the same pot-no col-
or line. This Is easily understood. for
the larger portion of the inhabitants
are from the North.
This county. Kern. is about the size
of Rhode Island. and is composed of
mountains and valleys. The San Joa-
quin Valley. in which we live. li-es be-
tween the Coast Range and Sierra Ne-
vada, and is about thirty miles eawt
and west, and 200 miles north and
south: the temperature of which is
near the frost line for about five
months. with occasional ice. The
mountains are nearly always covered
with snow. This valley is very fer-
tile, but only a small per cent. of it
can be cultivated-no means of irri-
gation. Water is more precious than
oil here, selling in many sections at $1
per barrel. Where water can be had
vegetables are plentiful, but somewhat
inferior. Grapes, prunes and figs are
good. but other fruits, including or-
anges. are insipid.
41ne would think that these valleys
were a perfect picture. but after be-
ing here a while they have no more
attraction than the side of a barn-
perfectly nude. no trees, no grass or
birds, not even the old familiar buz-
zard, nothing except an occasional
bunch of cacti.
Oil is the principal industry, and to
give you some idea of the output, the
Standard handled twenty-five million
barrels during the past twelve months,
bought, of course, at a very low fig-
ure. They store their oil in great res-
ervoirs, some of which cover three
One word about the weather in sum-
mer. Since last March there has not
been enough rain to keep a Florida
man from ploughing his corn. The
temperature ranges front 115 to 124# de-
grees in the shade, and further up the
valley in what is known as "Death
Valley." it is often as high as 150 de-
grees. How is that. compared to our
Florida 910 to 100 degrees.
This is considered a very healthy cli-
mate. It may be, still I see rheuma-
tism. typhoid fever and many other
c'-ontagions. All I see here to remind
me of home is the moon and stars. In-
cluling the Ocala Star. which bright-
ens our home once a week.
"Oh. for a place in some vast wil-
derness, a contiguity of shade." That
never impressed mte so as it does now.
I forget the author, but he must have
wandered out West.
There are very few peaches here.
They say Ctalifornia is going to
sheol. so you see I must come back
home soon before she goes.
Now. I hope my friends will not too
rashly censure me for my views, for
if they will tome and see as I have
they will find that the best of Cali-
fornia is on paper. Now. Colonel B..
let the Star shine out West as it does
in the East. John W. Brown.

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During March and April. Our
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Travelihg Passenger Agent





For Rochelle, Palatka. Jacksonville.
WVaycross. Thomasville. Savannah.
S r C'harleston, Wilmington, Richmond.
Washington, Norfolk. Baltimore.
TRAIN NO. 32, 1:20 A. M. Philalelphia, New York. Boston and
all Eastern points. Also for all West-
ern points in connection with Chl-
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For Ro,'hell,. Palatka. Jacksonville and
TRAIN NO. 78. 1:20 P. M. all points east. Also for Macon. At-
lanta. Nashville, Chicago, via Dixie
Flyer route.
For Leesburg. Croom, Trilby. Brooks-
TRAIN NO. 39, 3:25 P. M. ville. Tarpon Springs, Clearwater.
B-ell-air. St. Petersburg. Lakeland.
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For Leesburg. Vroom. Trilby, Tarpon
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tersburg and intermediate points.
TRAIN NO. 47, 3:30 P. M. For Juliette. Gulf Junction, Homosas-
sa and intermediate points.
For Juli-tte. High Springs. Live Oak,
TRAIN NO. 45. 10:30 A. M. Iupo.nit. Waycross and all points east
an4' '%%st.
TRAIN NO. 49, 7 A. M. For Juli-tte. Gulf Junction. Homosasma
and intermediate points.
Trin.s N,. 32 anl 21 .arry Pullman Sleepers.
Tr.siis N.,. 39 an'l 7 Lcarry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.
1'. &- st .ail from Port T:impa for Key West and Havana on
'n .i y. Tu-sLatys .in- Thursd.ays at 11:15 Ip. m.
T'::..n .1 .onarit t- at st. Petersburg with Independent Line of steamers
fr T .m:n;-. A;i 1 M.,at, rit v.r i,,nts.
I',: fu ll tciamplete :n' reliable information regarding rates, through car
'rr. .:--n,-nts. sle-I-r r-srva:tion, et.'.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line
: 1-:,. -radre.s..
T. 0. WHITE. rliviusion Pa.sseng-r Agent.
II .M F.M RS' *N. Tr-Aff:. M tnarr. W. J. O'RAIG. General Pass. Agent
W iin.ingt.,n. N.rth ,iarlina.

Southern Pacic Co218


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fill depends not on what she has materi-
ally. but what she is physical. Many
an indulgent husband is driven almost
to despair by the tearful outburst of a

thing she
wants." He
wants to
what's the
the wife
can't tell.
i knows that P Appear Next I
she is de-
presmed and
pondent. !
Such a
condition is
usually re-
lated to
some form 7-
of womanlyv
disease. 1he mental depression has its
corresponding womanly weakness.
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changes tearful women to cheerful women
by curing the diseases which cause phys-
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Mrs Alice Adams. of Laboratory. Washiag-
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two of his -Golden Medical LhD'cverv and I
can do all my work I can t praise your m di.
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give them my address "
"Favorite Prescriptionk" makes weak
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Accept no substitute for the medicine
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Keep the bowels healthy by the AIR LINE RAILWAY *
timely use of Doctor Pierce's Pleasant
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GAITERVILLE *Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern PlMss,
R..v ,. F. Austin filll his regular Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
:apli4inti ment t 'l..,Ir e;,,'.se Satur- Philadelphia, New York.
lday ;inld Sungal n.tii peii. l ea v ry
interesting s.-ianon Sundlaty to a large 0 TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
aulien'e. m m
.Mis Lrena All.n is visiting rela- O Seaboard Express, a
tives in our burg.
Mi's a'ra R.-,llingi of Sha;ly return- Seaboard M all. U
e-i ho1ne last \\%*-k from a visit t niother and other r',elativties of ;aiter. m- ODBRN PULLUIAN EQUIPMENT.
Mr. Vogt (of Dlunnt-lln is i vis- t
itor in our burg. ith.. gu*'st oif Mr... .
M.essIs. S. M. T'uc'kr anIl Matk I
North of Dunin.lo,,n re,, visitors in uDally iThrough Sleepers from JacKson- m
Gaiterville last Sunolay. Vlle tO New Orlean&
W\e ar: Idel'ase-.l tio hear that Rev. U
Williams ir la k'-latl ai'tiitis t For fll information and Bleeper Bservaide, eml ou a y Agut
jurninag to ;,.r th,- latttcr part of aboard, or writ.
this \\-e'k to holsl a s.eri-s o4f nmee-tings
at the I artist chuirh. E- A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. en. Pass. Agent,
Mr. Tom Lyle-s of lHoimisaissa was in Jackselville, %Pl.
;Gaiter Sunday to s.- his h..sbt girl. 8. C. BOTL8TJN, JR., Paseaner Amt, JeksaeaItile. na.
Miss IRosie Bridgi-s. a charming *m *me m**********mmoem memnm
young la;y of I tunne-llon. atte-rnled se.r- -
vit-ce at CI'elar Grove Sunday.
'%r. C'. It. ~ a iiks oif Inv-,ni-sas was
visiting th chaintls oif our village last
Sunlaty ,eek... FRESH M ETS AND GAM S
ar. andi .Mrs. Nyblack, xho reside
near IDunnelion. wer-e visitors in our We keep on hand a tull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and
hurg Saturday night. th. gue-sts of Mr. Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
E. H. Ross an-d family. j--o....!i a tsan-^. i. ...a.. _A ....-... I .i....... --i..

;Greenwood. Tuenay. 23, p. m.
Remember that the "Little Stars" 'itra, Wednesday, 24, a. m.
will shine in Mitchell hall Monday Orange Springs,( Thursday, 25, a. s.
night. 'ome. one and all, and have a Ocala. all of March.
good time. Plenty of band and string The law requires all returns to be
music. Admission. 15 cents. made by the first of April.
J. W. Wesley. Mge. Atred Ayer.
Tax Assensor Marion Commty.
The Rev. H. W. Little will preach at ophysiTan had a lo
"Two physicians had a lea ad
St. James Protestant Epmscopal -hurch stubborn fight with an ab
stubborn fight with an aberees Oe my
tonight at 7:3o. The public is cor-
tonight at .:3#. The public or-right lung" writes F. J. Hug"s of Di
dially invited to come out and hear n t
hm. point. G;a.. and gave me up. Every-
body thought my time had come. As a
last resort I tried Dr. King's New Diw-
Look towards No. o. the new blue- overy for onsmption. The bef I
painted stall for meats of all kinds., received wasn striking and I wa on mn
and fresh and salt water fish. Cedar feet in a few days. Now rye entirely
Key and river oysters arrive dlily. regained my health." It coaqauro a
oyster prices until Monday will tb. *Coughs. 'oldn and Throat an Lang
Qart. 210.. gallon. 90ck. I will guaran- troubles. Guaranteed by tihe And-Mo-
t-e them to be all 0. K. I am only a n,,poly Drugstore. Prkie Sfc and .
little overstocked this week. Opened Trial bottles free.
while you wait. ''all at once with your
pails and be onvinc-d4. I. E. Tomp- WHY THEY STAMPUIDU
kinm. stall No. I0. -ity market. From the HouonPFe .)
-I don't understands what ai all the
To the Editor I would like to cor- n. Mi drly.
re't the notice that appeared in the "When was cin to town
Star o.n the l'th inst.. relative to the morning two n climbed t
Lot and Found' of Dr. 'ha-e's pot-k, pol and one nearly killed himi
etbook. I am the one who pik 1 Jumping a fen.
the book, and not knowtag the rightful "Why. don't you know. it's l ea
owner, held the same until I wouldd s- year' replied Miss Pert.


%-arciui aLLLnEiLIUEtoU 9Ji95r53 LEU iqu~c ai.. ra UAVE75U.


W. L JONES, Proprietor.


m". &.IL A. KMesuw. RUfr

The sa'a~ TBP
-All aboard for Jackso.viUe." says
the cOdactor of the & A. L. We are
behind ti, butt spe im s northward.
passing Matiom bt utsiop at few.
We are i compel with Rev. Crivil-
lear. pastor of the Eben seer Bapts t U
church at Pernandina. Everybody rt smm ns
along the line is busy. We are bother- m68099O81001InD _fmame
ed with a woman who has hat-bomes, m m
satchels. baftet.etc. Why don't wo- m eam mesa am .ein
men leave this piumder at hene' We me"n *me af 4W OMOV -fis
are at Baldwin. Change car& We are m rom% tawsesin s es andO nslef w gs
going westward. Mrs. C. A. Taylor is
on board, and several ministers. We tl -
are stopping a while at Watterson. a 6"90"-n 1000 100001fse b"ai- mai
rushing lumber and manufacturingm a e Ma aSe2 a= 3. E m41 s0sI
place. Lake City is In sight: electric someaI 6raDa d bain.l sarmm .a I
lights plentifuL Met by Revs H. H. _i I
Hawkins and T. W. Williams. Now at imne E ma1 l 1ems_
the parsonage. Now we are strollingUa a s am-sa -
up town. Billy Kersands and Hon. W. - a -ash j o ... m gag--ine agna
J. Bryan are drawing crowd. Billy na':* b*" -B MA" 8300 um Wmy
shmm "- amgO3 3ine ;or gOns a
Kersands draws the largest. Now we tlaM- mam
are at rest. It tos day. We are on the -new Ck~
Georgia Southern, going to Wingfleld. @ inSAM 0 0m O OR =1
We are there. Yonder stands Rev. W. Chasm i w -r r-I eie
0. Bartley. smiling. as usuaL with we.. m It Im 1 w- p su'"
quite a large number of ministers and eahe Me n mD i tmeo win t p .ffwea. Osy
friends. We greet each other. "How 4 b mkd t,'m s-. wV s -b
is (G-ala. Doc'" "Everything is lovely o
down there, and the goose hang 1
high.* Great preparations are being
made for the wedding. We are well
cared for. More tomorrow.

*J. W. Howard, the swift barber and p 10?S1S 0i0AnA
smooth shaver, has now opened shop SS, meB *
opposite Ukddo's stables and will give T lre S s
you first class work at regular prices;: gmo,. s..P g
ministers at cut rates. vim : shave. el..
hair cut and shave. 25c. Open from Agt n-Mom y ID glw, Oe
6:34) a. m. until 8:30 p. n.; Saturdays.
open until 11: p.. Givehim a triaL AL E X A N D ER
*L. Green, the lIghtla aTvwr. CaD nial
and try his shave and hamr cut md yw
will always come. tabve,. It.; hair l 4 0 0 0 MB
cut. 25e.; bomIng rawr. 25r; eom-ve
razor. 75c. All wor elassNo Careful exqmste= madf n aN centrass
work. Gives more sad better war% O
long delays: two c r. Next door to the nM 1 the any Other S I
Alberstine Smith. O WAI Broadway. town.
*The People's Restarant. owned and j
controlled by Alberstine Smilth, is I A*l- -
opening, for the spring. col drinks at
all hours. Wm. Parker is In charge. M Tadon
Your patronage solicited. West Breod- Have in stock one of the nMeot sam r.
way. meuse of autingM for holiday sft
*Lost-A sorrel mare. blase face. ever pre"ted to the Oeala palre.
medium size. branded on right sbol- Style and At guaranteed. ClealS
der with letter 0. one white hind leg. dyeing abd repairing neatly d e. Wh
shod in front. Liberal reward offered. MdW winter sultlags to yoeurw Hal
William Leaver. Kendrick. Fla. Best suIts for the money in tow&. ib-
spectio solicited. No. 3. North Mae
*E. L Johnson, In business for Ste- St., two doors north of Oal
phens. two doors below the market,
presses, dyes and cleans clothing at
special rates: also keeps a first class
restaurant. A GRIPPE
*Richard Smith, the bos shoemaker.
does general repairing of shobs, booted.
harness, etc. Work neatly done. Two Ptogu b l e
doors below Ike Tompkins' restaurant. mm. . .
*Go to S. S. Bellamy for fine assorted F Cv Iy
glasware. clocks, watches, jeycry andT
general repairing. West Bradway, Tar
Powers' block. , -_ __ _^_
*Call at the Mack Hous for com- VM PNalmm a d C--inpu-.m -
fortable lodglang and boaMrd at rMi a O VWy d -- i a,, Caea
ble rates. West Broadway. -m "* a to a mip *n dia
*Purntlshed rooms and board at Mrs. ,uiIWtuau.seITauiuE,2-I -sIeo.sIs
Marie Rth's, corner Lame aad West Poetoce Dra~gature. Ocala, 7l
Broadway. upstairs. -
*A small lot of second hand clothing TAX AS-ESSOtS APPOINTMS-MTS
for sale by the editor of this column. -
I will be at the following places te
M. C'. Falana's is the place to secure receive returns of real and persoml
your bargains, property, and agricultural report, a
*Soup every other day at W. O. Par- the law require:
ker's. PFs'uary, It
See Barco and Russ at the city mar- Eure. riy. 1. a. i.
kEt. Iaisy, Friday. 1. p m.
Fort McCoy. Saturday. 20. a. a,
Anthony. Monday, 22.
BENEFIT OF COLORED BAND Sparr. Tuesday. 3, a. m.



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.-.- Ocala Evening Star 19 '
Friday, February J904, ,-


BITTINGER & COMPANY Poe's At the birthday celebration last month:of Edgar:Miss Allan Eula KahnAt OB* Time Bar to It Matrluiou\\'a. I'rartlrall). a

:Moore won the honors of Epworth From Mary as a Christian name was held NTRAL
TIcNLL HA1( if ?
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll League poet laureate at which timethe la very singular veneration during the OCALA

third vice president requested her medis-val ages, and in .s-um pans; u lEurope
.". Editors awi Proprietors. I prepare something original for the Representing Bros.. Incorporated l there eiistttl a sui
f ton social. The following Oem, as M ens' Tailors of Louisville Ky.. will i: reluctance among men to uiarrj'mjj anyone

call this I j who cLanml to have been christened I
The Star had a pleasant be at our store so
the result. Is published by request: I
' morning from Captain Dethlefsen. the or the bride; elect was at least required

tV: world-famed pilot Our local man said Wrlte us a poem" said Mrs. Little, Friday and Saturday, ; to change this name for some ,

other of less .
f he was on the :Merrimac with Hobson. And down I sat and began to w hittle- February 19 and 20, sanctity.All
Marys were at one time believed
L That was a mistake. He is an old vet Trimming my pencil fifty times, .
Showing their Immense stock of high to Le invested with extraordinary powers .
., eran. and was in the U. S. frigate Waiting for as many rhymes. in connection with the
grade : affairs oflife.
T Congress in Hampton Roads in 1 S6%, Bearing tie same name as; the CAPITAL, $SOOOO. .
What shall I writer I asked again -
.j when the Confederate ram came out Spring and Summer Woollens Blessed Virgin, they were considered .
And whittled on with might and main I
" and sank the U. S. vessel. He piloted- Call and have look and worthy of more than common consideration -
a place
Turning to of chips, your
my pencil a pile
all around the Florida coast during the I and their personal influenceover
And yet my muse touched not my lips order for a new Spring suit, trousers their husbands .ecially
with >i was uu-
i civil war. then served for years
or fancy vest. If desired usual hence sought
the garments ; many men ; authoritative -
the Japs; did some piloting for CapL I soliloquized rm a poet
ordinances forbidding their
Gridley of the Olympia in Filipine WaH ow shall the people ever know it can be delivered to you later on. CIRECTORS
-" whes to be known as Mary. :Sovereigns ::; :
ters during the Spanish-American war Unless the muse shall touch my lyre, Kahn Bros have for years had the in some (ca.--s dreading: subjection '

V met the commendation of Admiral And thrill me with poetic fire." reputation of making perfect-fitting to their partners. sLowed a marked I j .

: Dewey. was pilot on the Japanese ship distaste for Marys. |
I I' Pomlat Ozoa in Japanese waters when "Come on, my muse." I pleadingly saId garments. Your order Is safe with Thus Alfonso IV. of Castile, when onthe R. S. HALL, R. L. ANDERSON CLARENCE CAMP}

And I knit brow and scratched them. They will you or keep ,
i the Czarowitz of Russia visited that my my point of wedding a Moorish maiden -,

i: country and for which services the head. the garments. made It a condition of the marriage GEORGE 1 1i MACKAY J. K. CHRISTIAN GEORGE
And drops of sweat rolled down my that at her bai.tim, as a recent FORD
1 emperor presented, him with a. scarf- H. B. MASTERS i ,
cheeks, convert] to Christianity, she should not
pin, set with six beautiful diamonds.
I.. take this In the articles Nt'll)
Seeking for rhymes for the past three ,
He returned and is
a years ago for tLe union of Ladislas of Poland.
lately from San Diego Cal., and is here The House that Treats You with Marie de Ne\ers there was a.

now looking after some investments clause which bound this princess to
t I And still my muse heard not my plead I
,, at Leroy. and may make it his home. ing. Right. change her name to AIoy,;... Ca>iiuir President : > Cashier :

I. of Poland who married Mary
The captain is a. Maine man by birth And your poet laureate! betook to read- ,
and rearing, was a. schoolmate of U. FEMALE MINSTRELSWalker's daughter of the Duke of Russia required -
ingHoping -
: of her a similar sacrifice to poplar :i HERBERT A. FORD. .
S. Court Clerk E. O. Locke whom he that soml'erSl'! of old ul sentiment.I'earOflSV'ek1y.. F. L. WATSON.

'w visited in Jacksonville. The captain Would touch the harpstring of my opera house was well filled i I

e is a pleasant well informed man, andhad soul. last Monday evening. Many talks. I -----
.. it not been for his indisposition were in the audience and seemed to '

last But all the thoughts were far too great the' entertainment well j W. P. EDWARDSAt NOTICE OF APPLICATION
.l night he would have met with appreciate as They| eler Saw I'uis and Were on commissioned notary public in and for

7 the Ocala board of trade and given To get within my little rate as the verit-st bald-head there. Duncan Another Floor of Hou.e. FOR LETTERS PATENT the state and county aforesaid, and

them a talk of his eventful and Interesting And so I turned! in sheer despair! : Clark's show consisted of song and "I have observed recently a rather the City Market that my commission does not expire

life. We trust we may yet have And went to rambling everywhereTo dance specialties which were of a nacu thing with respect to the relationship Notice is hereby given that we, the until the 9th day of June, 1904.

the pleasure) of hearing him. find some theme a youthful mind ture that would not in the least shock I between cats and rats and it !I Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetable.? undersigned, will apply to the governor In witness whereof I have hereuntoset C
> ,
has led to a rather interesting; rt tt -
Could gather up in simple rhyme. the most fastidious.-Se\\ard (Neb.) I of the state of Florida, four weeks after my hand and affixeu my official
S tion," said a man who takes much interest
When you feel blue and that everything I walked beside the! babbling brook. Keiwrter. in animal life. 'Tor awhile the in Season the publication of this notice for letters seal this the 2Sth day of January 1904.

goes wrong take a dose of And entered every forest nook. At Marion opera house, one night, rats overran my place. At night theme ., patent under the following proposed (Seal.) F. I... Watson,

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- But the limpid stream and forest wild February %4. was no such thins; as quiet around the City and Country Trade SolicitedFree charter: Notary Public.

lets. They will cleanse and invigorate Withheld their secrets from the ramb* house. They would scamper across the I R. S. Hall Thos. C. Hall, T. E.

your stomach regulate your bowels, ling child. AN tAKLY RISER floor, bump up and down the steps and Delivery Phone J 2 J.I Bridges L. J. Knight, Herbert A. Ford. CREAMERY BUTTER
all kinds of We secured .
give you a relish for your food and cut caltt'rs. a'cat B. W. Blount, S. A. Rawls, S. H. Blitch.Copy .
and from the nrtime the cat -
make you feel that in this old world is I Xight came on, and I saw the moon A strong, healthy, active constitution The Carmichael &: Son Co.
appeared ou the place the rats began
a. good place to live. For sale by all "Now, Muse, you surely will come depends largely on the condition I to get scarce. Sale of Proposed Charter of the Marion constantly on hand, receiving a fresh

druggists. soon!" of the liver. The famous little pills I "There is nothing curious about this I Special Hardware CompanyWe. stpply every two days delicious, pure

And I heard a giggle from every star known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers fact in Itself. But to my personal I Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per

R K. Wagner representing the International Saying: "Xo. my child, he is not thar." not only cleanse the system but they knowledge- ; the rats have never been the I of the undersigned, hereby associate pound, ktpt on ice. Phone No. 37.
Sewing Machines ourselves together! for the purpose ,
Brotherhood of Maintenance strengthen the action of the liver and cat The cat has remained on one floor! i '
Hack to my room I quickly sped. of becoming incorporated under the
and the rats on another. There has liecn NOTICE OF
of Railroads, was in the city to rebuild the tissues supporting that or- APPLICATION FOR
Feeling sure that my muse was dl'ad- chasing and no conflict between We have large number of l laws of the state of Florida applicable
no' a
day. He is a walking delegate and has I gan. Little Early Risers are easy to I sewing machines that have been used-some Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
Dead, Indeed for my heartless crime I them. Now. I want to know how the to< corporations for profiLARTICLE
been sent South of Ocala to Cornell I act, they never gripe and yet thE-yare but little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have ter 4888 Lawn of Florida.
Of know the cat is the
straining out my far-fetched rhyme I' rats ou place.
and Oklawaha. to stiffen the backboneof absolutely certain to produce results "The inquiry has caused me to Indulge been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re* 1

Section Boss Chdppell of the former I cried aloud: "You'll please excuse, that are satisfactory in all cases. Sold the more interesting; reflection. placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried The name of this corporation shall Notice is hereby given that Geo. G.

place and T. C. Smyth of Ocklawaha. But shall I ever find my muse?" by Wm. Anderson, Ocala Fla. How] far can a rat detect the presence and do be The Marion Hardware Company, Richie, purchaser of tax certificate No.
I guaranteed to perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be
These temporary strikers had returned I And Poe's black raven above my door, of a cat by the sense of smell? L'vi- and Its place of business shall be in 2355 dated the 7th day of August, A.
considerable distance. UNetLe and tried, if desired., D. 1899 has filed said ,
to Said: "Poet laureate nevermore.A ." NAPTHA LAUNCH dently at certificate in my
work and Wagner gave them the FOR CHARTER Ocala. :Marion county Florida.
rats at my place would not Lave I office, and has made
application for
true inwardness of the situation and I We will sell these machines very low for cash Prices run from $4 to $12,
known of the cat's presence, under the ARTICLE 2 tax deed to issue in accordance with
they quit work. He said the railroadwas The pleasure launch Alma is and each is
CURE FOR ECZEMA now on circumstances. I'm that a bargain at the price.
quite sure
only trying to bluff the hands for> Silver Springs; for charter by the houror I, I The general nature of the business to Said certificate embraces the following
they Lave never seen the cat. But We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and Wilson" l
b My baby had eczema! so bad that its be described property situated in
it is more wages they want. day. Hunting and fishing parties aspecialty they know he is there just the same, transacted is:
head was a solid mass of scabs, and its I I Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment. 1. The and Marion county Florida to-wit: N% of
buying selling, at whole-
Rates reasonable. We I and they have been awfully cautious

The scraicn or a pin may cause the I hair all came out. I tried many rem guarantee to please! you. Give us a.. since his arrival."-New Orleans Times- I Graphophones and Records. A Graphophone and 6 Records for $5. sale and retail, for itself and for others,. nwU of swVi of sw-U, sec 24, tp 16, r

edies but none seemed to do any permanent Democrat. manufacturing and dealing in hard- 23. The said land being assessed at
loss of a limb or even death when blood call. Pierce & Farmer. SPECIAL ATTE. .'ION TO MAIL ORDERS
good until I used DeWitt's the date of the issuance of such certificate -
ware and mill and mining
poisoning results from the injury. All I Telephone or write to the springs. supplies,
Witch Hazel Salve. The eczema i s" Ilangeroni I'l.hlng. In the name of H. A. Lamb. Un-
crockery, harness
danger of this may be avoided, however cured the scabs are gone and the little Some years ago the New London Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at"SMITH'S" and all kinds of merchandise and, paints com, less said certificate shall be redeemed

by promptly applying Chamber one's scalp Is perfectly clean and SUICIDE PREVENTEDThe sloop yacLt Kedhot while cruising off modities. according to law, tax deed will issue
lain's Pain Balm. It is an antisepticand I Marthas Vineyard for swordfish, was
healthy, and its hair is growing beautifully thereon on the 22nd day of March, A.
2. To buy and sell all kinds of
quick healing liniment for cuts, startling announcement that a struck by a wounded fish and so badly I j per D. 1904. I
i again. I cannot give too much i sonal and real
bruises and burns. For injured that she sank. The fish had property.
sale by ,all preventive of suicide has been discovtred -
praise to DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. pierced the bottom with his sword alid 3. To do all such things as are in- Witness my official signature and
druggists.Mr. will interest many. A rundown Ocala Furniture Co. .
-Frank Farmer Bluff City Ky. In .. in his blind attack Lad butted his Lead j jBO cidental or conducive to the attainmentof seal this the 17th day of February, A.
system, or despondency invariably -
buying Witch Hazel Salve look out for hard against her timbers that they i the above objects. D. 1904. S. T. Sistrunk.
and Mrs. Oeo. E. Cornwell of precede suicide, and something has I -
counterfeits. DeWitt's is the originaland were shattered. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
Melrose Mass. came up from Juliette the only been found that will prevent that con- Actually not one of the fifty or sixty: ARTICLE 3
one containing [tureWit'h
this noon and after lunching at the Hazel. The name E. C. Des. dition which makes suicide likely. At: vessels that cruise for swurdlish has a if2 m The amount of capital stock author- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

Ocala House left for home. Mr the first thought of self destructiontake record of complete iwmunit). One & a ized is thirty thousand dollars
($30,000) Tax Deed Under Section
Witt & Co. is on every box. Sold byWm. MONROE 8 of Chapter -
Cornwell is the daughter of Mrs. AnnieE. Anderson. Ocala. Fla. Electric Bitters. It being a great; i i craft was struck and rammed by swordfish CHAMBLISS divided into three hundred (300) sharesof 4S&8, Lawn of Flouida.I .

Kstelle, deceased and she and her _ __ _ tonic and nervine will strengthen the I! twenty times in one l'ruiSI.ul'k- 1(1 the par value of one hundred dollars p
ily none 41f the attacks was delivered!
husband came down the day after the TENDENCIES OF THE TIME nerves an.I build up the system. It's i! under such circumstances that the fish .A1'JIPtS.: ($100) each twenty thousand dollars Notice is hereby given that Fridy and

death of Mrs. Estelle and sent the also a great Stomach, Liver! and Kid- I
remains ($20,000) of which shall be payable in
succeeded in piercing:: her hull entirely. I [ Roil purchasers of tax certificates No.

home, they remaining to look ney regulator. Only Sue. Satisfaction but tIlt vess"l was injured so badly thai r property, at 'a just valuation to be fix-. 402 and 403. dated the 3rd day of October -

after her estatehKh is quite valua (From To-Day.) guaranteed by the Anti-Monopoly she needed a thorough overhauling after I WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS ed by the directors at a meeting to be A. D. 1898 have filed said certifi-

ble. Personal luxur-\'ulgar ost..ntatious Drugstore. she made i
vort.Spencer' called for such purpose, and ten thousand cates In my office and made application

uiursthetie: rampant. Ourmen I You know our reputation; It has not been the growth [J JID jj jjof I dollars ($10,000) of such capital I I' for tax deed to issue in accordance -

The handsomest line of buffets china I. wear diamonds sapphires, rubies! ARE YOU GOING NORTH OR WEST and Till- f but has been built ;3 3I I stock shall be payable in cash as Is- with law. Said certificates em-
closets, dining room chairs and tables in their ties, in their sleeve-links in 1II'rbertl'l'nl'l'r' in disdaining; all ti- { a day, up by years sued.

their gold cigarette-cases in theiras ties happened to follow a lead set to j j oi careful I brace the following described property
rocking chairs, chairs management.
The Louisville & Nashville R. R. offers ) ARTICLE 4
him by others of his name. Charles I : situated in Marion county, Florida, to-
ets. that this match-boxes. Brutal ostentation is
portion of the
unexcelled passenger service. Spencer, second Lord :Sunderland::; [ I ; The term for which this corporationshall wit: Lots 10 and 12, block 13, Reddick,

ever seen just received by Mclver & near on women being clothe the good themselves form of today.Our Modern trains carrying Pullman sleepers. i I would not, when Le sat in parliament t!im( OCALA, FLORIDA.i I exist is ninety-nine (99) years. see 10. tp 13. r 21. The said land being -

MacKay. with up-to-date coaches, free reclining: I for Tiverton allow himself to be called i I 11 I January J9.J904.JS5HSH5E5E5E5H5SHSasasaH53SaSZSSaSS5HSH52SHSHSH. ARTICLE 5 assessed at the date of the issuanceof
reckless profusion. Life is murdered
chair cars and dining cars between my lord and expressed the Lope that ,i ) such certificates in the name of Fla.

Mr. Howard 1'endleton of Rhode Island in every quarter of the globe to provide Southern and Northern cities. The I Le would live to see the day when L 5 : i if' The business of this corporation shall I Commercial Co., and F. Q. Brown

who is stopping at the Lakeside, I them with furs with feather finest dining car service in the South. not a peer would be left in England.; .i' be conducted by a president, a vice presIdent I Trustee. Unless said certificates shall
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with the hundred and Another and a later Spencer, the lion and general secretary'and '
South Lake Weir one gewgaws manager, a
in the
was city today All sell
agents through tickets via
L be
according to law, tax
and expressed surprise at the size that have come to be considered l'S' L.&N. George Spencer, sixty years ago astonished -j treasurer, and a board of directors,,
his father, the Karl Spencer :' deed will issue thereon on the 16th day
of our stores and the sentiaL consisting of not less! than seven (7)
stocks thecar
For rates, schedules and sleepin? the day by dropping his title and even i of March A. D. 1904.
to be elected at the annual I
ry. Mr. P. has enjoyed his stay at the car reservations apply to J. M. Fleming I his name when Le became a Roman i Witness my official signature and

Lakeside greatly and next \\eek, withC. TENDENCY OF THE TIMES Florida passenger agent 206 W. Catholic and entered the Passionit order j meeting of the stockholders, to be held I seal this the 13th day of February A.
W. Willard. manager of the big Bay St., Jacksonville, or C. L. Stone.G as "Father Ignatius." Buchu on the second Tuesday in January In D. 1904. S. T. Sistrunk.

Lake Weir grove will proceed to Honiosassa [ The tendency ot me medical scienceis P. A., Louisville Ky each year, from which board of directors Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.

on a fishing and hunting excursion. toward preventive measures. The Shorten Street In the World. I HEALTH FOR 50 CENTS the foregoing officers shall be elected

What is perhaps the shortest street ; provided, that one person holdthe I
He will visit the west and best thought of the world is being! given RELIEF IN ONE MINUTE : NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
in the world is West South Division
Kidney troubles caused by over-work over-eating offices of vice president and general:I
east coast ere he returns home. Hi is the : ,
subject. It is easier and better
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
One Minute Cough Cure gives reliefin street in Buffalo. Furthermore it Las j Chapter -
first visit to Florida i is a delightful rev to prevent than to cure. It has one minute because it kills the mio- only one side. South Division\ street j j jproper over-drinking. part of the human body receives manager and that one person may hold I 4S&8, Laws of Florida.

elation.Foley's. been fully demonstrated that pneumonia rube which tickles the mucous membrane I runs east from Main but tlu' more ill-treatment than the kidneys. Load after load the offices of secretary and treasurer.The Notice is hereby given that W. T.Ta'lor .

one of the most dangerous diseases old surveyors allowed it to ('I'I"SIain: is the until they become clogged.Women following named officers are to
causing the cough and at the I I imposed on kidneys conduct the business purchaser of tax certificate
of this
Honey and Tar cures the: that medical street and run for thirty ft-et on the corpora- I'
men have; to contend ".line time clears the phlegm draws : ,: are more often afflicted with kidney and bladder tion Xo. 40, dated the 4th day of November.I .
rough caused by an attack of la grippe.It west side, where It iutfr-x-cts Krie: I those elected at the first annual
with. be
can prevented by the use ofChamberlain's out the inflammation and heals and i I I D. 1895 has filed said
street which southwest disorders than but frequently attribute the election certificate in
heals the lungs. Sold by the Post- Cough Pneumonia runs iliap-i'iilU' men in 1905 shall be qualified,
Remedy. H soothes the affected parts. One Minute from Main. On tig.- north of bladder trouble viz R. S. Hall my office, and has made application
office Drugstore.Mr. always results from cold cause of kidney and to complaints : president; T. C. Hall,
a or Cough Cure strengthens the West Division street is Slu-lum !o'luarl'' for. tax deed to issue In accordancewith
from attack of Influenza ; peculiar to their sex while the real cause of their vice president and general -manager;;
an (grip)
lungs, wards off pneumonia? and Is t a so tly short street Las but its south : law. Said certificate embracesthe

Lowell. and lost Mrs.their W.sevenmonthsoldchild A. Shockley of has been observed that this remedy harmless and never failing cure in all I i\. side to call its own.-i\change. i I misery is some distressing kidney disease.IRVING'S and 1J.R.Knight S. Hall secretary T. C. Hall and T. E.treasurer Bridges;;, following described property sit-

counteracts any tendency of these diseases ;- curable of Colds and uated in
cases Coughs. Marion
county Florida to-
L. J. Knight. H. A. Ford. B. W Blountand
estrrday. It had been ill for toward pneumonia. This has Labor !'ailni; Hetice."Yes .
Croup. One Minute Cough Cure is: wit: 54 chs n and f by 19.2C cbs e andw
some time. It was buried today in theold been fully in thousands of : ," said the: boarding clioo! tea--L- S. H. Blitch. directors.!
proven many pleusant to take harmless and good, BUCHU in ne cor see 18, tp 12, r 20. The
er, "I think that is a model letter for
i-emetery in Ocala. ReF.. W.officiating. cases in which this remedy has beenused ARTICLE 6
alike for young and old. Sold byVni I. you to write your fiatu-e. But of course, said land being assessed at the date
1Ii/'S; during the prevalence of colds and The highest amount of indebtedness! : to
Anderson, Ocala. Fla. I you will copy 1 it, leaving out those uumerou.s of the issuance of such certificate in
grip in recent years and can be reliedupon -_ 1' which this corporation can at any timesubject
spates?? the name of Julia H. Hall. Unless

Among the arrivals at the Montezuin.i with implicit confidence. Pneumonia I- NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE i I hUh dear no:"replied tLe girl. "TLo-*o: WAFERS itself is thirty thousand dollars said certificate shall be redeemed according -

today were ('. "'. Driver. Citra; S. often results from a slight cold are fur 'deare.t.' I have it on a rubber I 30000..) fo law, .tax deed will issue

W. Petteway. Dunnellon; John Han- when no danger is apprehended! untilit stamp.!! "-Detroit Free l'ress.EIpeii ARTICLE 7
Under and by virtue of a final decrtf thereon on the Kth day of March. A.

"II\'k. Archer; Miss: Wallace. Oainesllc. is suddenly'discovered that there is rendered on the 23rd day of J.lnUarr. j will positively cure case of kidney disease that i is The names and places of residenceof D. 1904.
: L. Home, York, and I>. Root. fever and difficulty in breathing and ittentlon.. any '1
liushnell. : A. D. 1!+'J4. b) the Honorable. S. I I "Did her father sLow you the d pains in the thest, then it is announced
Bullock, judge of the circuit court of !I I "lie did letter than that. He SLow- : Backache Rlt'lIlJ1atislIcadill L Diabetes amount of capital stock subscribed for seal this the 13th day of February, A.
that the patient has pneumonia. Be with !! rine, ,
I' .n the fifth judicial circuit of Florida. } a. ;!: n! me the door the front gate: and the by each is as follows: D. 1904. S. 7. Sill trunk.I .
The fan attachment on the New the safe side and take Chamberlain'sI'ougb i I corner drug; store two blocks Xai'onslicss, Loss of I-'lcsli, Pimples or Skin Diseases, H. S. Hall Ocala
I rion county, in chancery, in a ,certain: :, ; away'- Florida eighty I Clerk Circuit Court :Marion Co., Fla.
Home machine I
I is certainly grand. It Remed" soon as the cold is cause therein pending wherein R. F. Cleveland .Plain Dealer. buy a box to-day and start on the road to health j{shares. -

keeps the cool flies and while gnats off and the contracted. It always cures. For sale I Priest was complainant and AlbertusVogt Irving's :iHuchu Wafers are purely vegetable, actingpromptly Thos. C. Hall OcaU. Florida, forty- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
curator sewing. Ocala by all druggists. The oyster at its best is inferior as i a
et defendants the all of the human six shares. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
Furniture Company. ux. were undersigned toothsome delicacy to the succulent on parts system, giving

special master, appointed i i I clam.-1'rcvidenee Journal. relief to all affected parts at once.Irving's T. E. Bridges. Ocala, Florida fifty 4SS8, Laws of Florida.
I five shares.
We hear! from authentic authority OPERA HOUSEONE and named in sa d final decree, to execute : Notice is hereby given that Robt.
Buchu Wafers in bulk. If druggist doe not L. J.
are never sold your Knight Ocala, Florida, thirty-
that lion. the same, will on CURED Howell purchaser of tax certificate
}; H. Mote of Leesburg CONSUMPTION. substitute
have It wen asked for he can get it for you. Do not accept seven shares.
member of the legislature who had NIGHT, FEBRUARY 24 Monday, the 7th day of March, A. D. insist da getting: the genuine. Sample and booklet FREE. Address No. 75 7, dated the 3rd day of October,

announced himself for the state senate 1904, Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwat, Kan.. I Herbert A. Ford, Ocala, Florida, ten A. D. 1898, has filed said certificate in

'c has withdrawn. Geo. M. Lee, the Farewell Tour of the World between the hours of 11 a. m. ;and :2 writes: "My husband lay sn.k for three IRVING DRUG COMPANY, Philadelphia, Pa.FRESH shares.B.. W.. Blount my office and has made application
Florida fifteen
father of eesburg is: out for that I' '- oYlotk p. m.. at the court house doorin months: ; the doctors stated he .-____ ____ __ __ u__ shares. for tax deed to Issue in accordancewith

sition. COMING SURE Ocala Florida offer for sate and will I ida law. Said certificate embraces -
'I quick consumption. We procured S. A. Rawls, Ocala, Florida, twentyshares. the situated
following described
sell to the highest: and best bidder for property
bottle of Ballard's Horehound! Syrupnij in :Marion Florida. to-
FOR S.\LE-A gentle horse with cash the mortgaged premises. desonbed I county
DUNCAN CLARK'SFEMALE I S. H. Blitch, Ocala, Florida
buggy and harness; horse! is not afraidof in said final decree to-wit.: ES and it cured him. That sis >.".-rs sixteen I wit: Se;4 of sw'4 and sw% of ae%,
| We of the Beef and
keep :n na- a tu.: me nest Poik, Mutton shares.
anything; child or lady can drive MINSTRELSThe ntt i4 Of j se t" of S i be had Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. I see 24. tp 14, r 20. The said land be-

him; he is sound and slet'k.pply to 1&. s. range IS. east. containing bottlln th.' housrV 'ianni j<.. \\ hCarer, :!', attention t.) '"fclers and quick delivery: made. State of Florida ing assessed at the date of the Issuance -

Box 1:0. Best Vaudeville and BurlesqueCompany 30 acres more or less and more particularlr out it. For rough;: and t11s .: i ,s no :Marion County. of such certificate in the nama

Traveling known as Rost bank, the home equal." 23c., 50c. and SI a boltit: the CITY MARKET W. L. JONES Proprietor. Before me, the undersigned: authority of Sam HowelL Unless said certificate

Dr. Frost, a noted divine and man- place of Maggie Vogt and her husband.Albertus Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. personally appeared R. S. Hall 'I. shall be redeemed according to law,

ager of the Baptist Sunday School Series LIVING PICTURES, Vogt. and now occupied by' ...,..". ...-....,... - ............. ......,.. C. Hall, T. E. Bridges S. A. Rawls, S.' tax deed will Issue thereon on the Kth

at Nashville Tenn, arrived in the them as a residence, or so much therei i FOR SALE-Forty acres;; of good < "'" WHITE'S CREAM H. Blitch, and L. J. Knight H. A. Ford day of :March, A. D. 1904.

city yesterday and Is the guest of Rev. A CHANCE TO LAUGH, of as will satisfy:; said decree and S.L.S.Beck melon land; 35 acres cleared but not ?V ORMSvERMIFucE!, I, and B. W. Blount to me well known to Witness my official signature and
11th of February, A
seal this the day
L. W. Warren. A BIG CITY SHOWNo fenced; has been out of use for several I i be the indh'idualsho signed the foregoing -
I im es
D. 1904. s. T. Sistrunk,
Special! :Master In Chancery. years and is in the very best cot> i proposed charter who severally:

The most reliable preparation for Advance in Prices :S lidtor, W. K. ZrwadskL dition for growing melons! ; one mile i For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. P b &t9I :. acknowledged before me that they' Clerk Circuit Court, Marion- co., FIa.

kidney troubles on the market Is Fo from Summerfield. being the ne of sw SOL :BY ALL X3 XI T7G-Gr ISO'S. signed the same for the purposes therein -

ley's Kidney Cure. Sold by the Postof- Secure seats now at the PostofticeDrugstore. Handsome parlor lamps, jardinieresand quarter of sec. 13. tp 17. r. 22. Address lPreparedb1- .. ___ ESf.J BALLARD_.. St. Louis.AntiMonopoly j' expressed.I I foIii3IIoNEiDTARi1Ud'IiS
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ice Drugstore. toilet sets at Mclver & UacKay's. Jacob Short. Paola, Fla. I ror; sale by tie : Drugstore and all other leading drurrilta.t [ further certify that I am a duly; N/. ..N. ii ..,.,.,.

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Ocala Evening Star. Friday. February I J9., 1904. : i

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Washington Feb. 19.-Rain tonight and Mrs. Jack: Camp gave an i iL iI I V WATCHESAnd

new copyright novels. Ocala A number of and Saturday; : colder Saturday inr .
Epworth Leaguers and ... .
oyster roast which was ... '
News Co. their friends met last evening at thrresidence northern and central portions. j las'lt-\'rning. S; .... ,; ;;:# ':'.rO-,; c::' c':1:- ;;-- -- :_ ,-- '- __ REPAIRSGO
most unique and1 a most enjoyable diversion I ,
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. *
j com (mtontar} to the 1 SStJ"ssit' -" I -
The March magazines now in. Ocala hers and organized a reading Cham-I I $100 REWARD. $100 -
News Co. fourteen members. Miss Perla Annie" and Mildred Xurney of I
took charge of the meeting. The book, The readers of this paper will be Suffolk. Va.. and Miss Bailey of Monti-

You can get hot steaks eggs coffee Four Princes" by Scherer hkh pleased to learn that there is at least cello. Fla.. __ !I Jeweler, .

etc., at Dame's. treats of ancient history, was first one dreaded disease that science habeen -' I NOVELTIES
to 10 o'clock oysters were
chosen and put into circulation. The able to cure in all its stages and
roasted; at a huge fire but on the beau W.H.MAREANM.D.
The Ocala House had subject for the next meeting will 'be that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis i I
thirty-eight tiful
lawn. Hot buttered rolls. sar.. S"
arrivals Paul 'and Constantine the Great first i the only positive cure now known to I HOMEOPATHIC
yesterday.Any PHYSICIAN
dines pickles crackers and hot drinks / AND J
Christian emperor of Rome. At 9:30 the medical fraternity. Catarrh beinga SURGEON
were served between each roast of ojs- S '1
kind of lunch. hot the circle adjourned to meet again constitutional disease requires a
or cold quickly
ters. :$
served at Dame's. next month at the parsonage. constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh In Spring and Summer Dress r.ecial attention given to the treat't
It is .
I extremely doubtful if a gathering nient of Chronic Diseases and Diseases -
Cure is taken internally, acting i
of Ocala people ever enjoyed anything I of Women and Children "i

Fine line of willow rockers at J. A. I THE MAN FROM KAHN I directly upon the blood and mucous I more than this affair. S Goods Silks Trimmings Etc. Ocala, Fla.

Pittinan and Son's. I I surfaces of the system thereby destroying i ,
Arrived yesterday, a day ahead of time I i the foundation of the disease. The children a large number of Office ever Tydings' Drugstore. Office ,1;

and will be at H. B. Masters where whom were also present played gameson hours from S a. m., to II m.; .'i.
Z. and giving the patient strength bybuilding
C. Chambliss
returned from the he will -treat you right" today and tomorro" the lawn during the course of the J :.!,:
West this afternoon. up the constitution and assisting : Residence No. 60 N. Main St.. knows J
'. lie has one of the most elegant roast and enjoyed themselves as only utheNaahcottae.Georgia
nature in doing its work. The i
lines of spring and children can. ,
The most elegant display of candyin pattern lines that has ever been shown proprietors have so much faith in its I At 10 o'clock the entire party went r RHEINAUER & CO. .I

town at Dame's.Charl..y curative powers, that they offer One Southern 1
here by a tailoring house. and is takinga over to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp's I Ir..sid..nce
Hundred Dollars for any case that it I
great many orders. and danced in their dining 1
Waterman fails to cure. Send for list of testi I & Florida Ry ;
came up this afternoon room until 12 o'clock.. Between the
monials. Address
from Stanton. dances Miss Rounsaville and Miss
DAME'S OYSTERS 1-'. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. j "Suwanee Rive RouteDUJo .
Xurney_ sang HOOT beautiful songs.
It you want home Sold tiy druggists T3c.;; ; I- -- !
a see F. W. Ditto Those present were: Misses Sue -. '. -- : FlIerQuek
Dame Is Hail's '- -- -- Step
receiving the finest Family Pills the best
Merchants' block Ocala. oysters are Barco Annie Da'Is"lolet and Sara ..... .......-- -'
ever brought to Ocala and i.< serving I
Harris Eloyse and Eula Lee Izlar b Pslatks ...
them Io! 50 P in 11$ a m _
I'IT the in every style that tickles the The Odd Fellows meet tonig1t.Th..rt' II Lv. Jacksonville\ I 1
new game. can be had at Hughes, Roans.iViUe Watson iIII) P m T 4 0 m '
.,alattand satisfies the inner Ar. a.loo..ta ... .1 I 11 ci p m 11 00 Pm")
the Postoffice Drugstore. man. Ifyou will be a three-ringed in I 'nos .. .,.
circiy Weathers. nbaum. Killer Mord.Xevitt AT Ttn D. -I 1U5. :Ii II P m
want a real fine dish of oysters go Ihth.lIl.. t".o'illiam goats and a I t.\n.t.Jt).. Smith. Stotesbury: I i Ar.Cordek SA.L&T. '. i4am 148pm ;
to I> 1 FOR SALE
ame. 'I ;
Lunches steak coffee milk. pies bioiu-ho. If the boys want to sef fun Mrs. Drake, Jlrs. Ford and Mrs. Hiss Ar. Americas ... 758 ami OS p m at Dame's. let them .be on hand. Brethren jn arrears and Messis/WhtflrT. Dozier Howard I Thirty head of stock hogs alI THGFHIR A Montgomery r. Columbus .. .......j u.: .m 5 155pm410pm IS p m

FANCY GROCERIES of your dues bring along your and ArthuV Clark Anderson Hiller. I Daisy in good condition: pigs, shoals: Ar. JJaounGFOKGU G.5.&Y.ST.... ... .....,. l.oam .

Mallory Liddon of Parish has been spare change. ; Jewett, Dr. Potters John and Will and grow animals. Address Robert R. %.
II Ar.-\ugu.sra .... .
in the city for several days. A large and.well selected stock of I \ Taylor House, Workman. Mclntosh. Marsh. Daisy, Fla., or D. J. Carroll,. .I C.OF G. R. R. 725 ft m70S SJSpm7ttpm
.. ONE Ar.-\UaDta. .... .... f
imported groceries. the best in the of TINS JAVA AND MOCHA
Ocala Seed COFFEE
care Store
Ocala. THE
Mathews. Dr. Daniels Drake and Ford. Ar. Columbus .. m .... .. .
Fine candles fresh and of excellent city at the French bakery. All orders At I Ar. Birmingham .. .. 1230; : m ...... ...
midnight the One
guests bade Mr. dollar oer head. BEST ON EARTH. 35c. AND 70c \Memphis .. .._.. 805 pm.. ........
will be
quality, at the French bakery.D. promptly delivered. and Mrs. Camp good night, having ,i.c.sT.L
FRESH Ar. Marietta ......... 1111 a m t 16 p m100am
spent one of the most delightful evenIngs MELON SEED ARRIVAL OF FANCY CAKES, POSTUM, GRAPE NUTS, Ar. Chattanooga ... lOOp m

S. Woodrow returned today froma LAKE BREAM AND PERCHW. of the season.GAGNON.POLLOCK.- Ar. Xashrille .. 6 55 p m. 640 m
business visit to Port Tumjia. Troxler. Agent for Huyler'a Ar.St.Lou tI ..... 62 a m 78* p m
Candy. Fresh Shipments Received Cantaloupe and melon the best varieties Ar. Chicazo ,.'',. 11SU a m..... .. ...
L. Jones at the city market receives Weekly.Mr. STOCK CO. TWENTY POUNDS GOOD RICE FOR ONE DOLLAR. L. Ji ". E, B.
and guaranteed fresh reliableseed. Ar. LouisvilleAr. .. .
The most complete line of toilet articles daily warmouth bream 2 30 a m lisspm
speckled .,.
Tydings and Co.SPECIAL Cincinnati 7 20 am. 06 p m
in the city at Tydings & Co. perch trout and jackflsh: fresh from V. I,:. Osteyee, I This popular little THE FAIR KEEPS C.&Li.LL II
representing the company opened EVERYTHING Ar. Chicago ". .. ... ... 15 i ...... ....
Longman an.I Martinez paint manufacturers their engagement at the opera house I

Romeo and Juliette" at the opera FINE CIGARS of New York City was in the last night to a large audience, composed SALEA B. L. HALL PROP. Solid trains from Jacksonville to Maeon. S

house on the night of February 25.! city\ visiting the local agent at this principally the guests of the I Trains trains from Palatka connect Valdosla with
going north from Jacksonville
special sale of furniture, and
The Norma Martinez the C. H. S.. place, Messrs. Mclver and Mar Kay.who large hotels. The play was the "Counterfeiter new .1 j Old Delouest Stand. Local sleepers on Dixie Flyer train for Macon .
Big/ line of fine tablets and latest second hand. I must sell to makeI | remaining in depot until 7:30 a. m
the El Solo and the Fama Nacional are selling a pile of their paints.! I and was presented in a I Pullman Buffet Se[ *>pin?Cars from Jackson-
styles in box |1t3llt'r. kOala News Co. four of the room. Positively have no room to storeit. Title to M LouU Til above route without
best 5 most
cent cigars made in satisfactory
manner. The
company .
I F.. C. Smith, Ocala Fuiniture Co. change of cars on Dixie Flyer train also ?'s
ampa. and many o era to be found An unusually! large and pretty line ofloilet is without doubt the best that finest sleepers on &anre train to Chicago

Mr C. L. nus..... the new merchant In T. W. Trox r's cigar case. tides at Tyilings & Co. has been seen here in years and from EDWARDS ,without Kor schedules; change southbound and other information .

at W..lrsI..I.a>l In the city today. all indications the house DRESS MAKINGMrs. BROTHERS ,address
Mill be sold J. H RAFFTKRY,

DON'T FORGET I.'or blank books and all kinds of office out tonight when the company will District Passenger Agent nUt W Bar Street
Pure drugs carefully J. O. Ramsauer, at Mrs. J. Jacksonville
compoundedin M. AT THE
station..rt' are headquarters. present one of Bret Harte's comedy I CITY MARKET OrC B RHODES
our prescription department. Ty dramas, Thompson's residence, will do diets'' General Passenger Agent, Maeon,Ga.
Rowe has oysters and fish. Satistacn Ocala News ( 0. entitled The Gambler and
dings & Co. S making. Suits I
I tio guaranteed in quantity, quality the Lady." There will be new specialties a socially.

nd price. HOT DRINKS and new illustrated songs.-Daytona I Leading Wholesale' & Retail Butcheis NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE

(m the night of February 25, Romeo Gazette-News SUNDAY SCHOOL Notice is hereby given that under

and Juliette will be Hot drinks of all!) kinds atTroxler's. This CONVENTION and by virtue of a final decree of foreclosure
presented at theopera AT
New ('ompanarrlwd in Ocala last: MONTBROOK}
of -5-
house. rEMINGTON I night and are at the Montezuma hotel.VThey WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS entered on the 3rd day of February -

R SMITH.PREMIEff I John F. Craw fowl. ex-city marshal;', will play tonight; matinee to- The convention met with the Siaf-1 A. D. 1904, by the Hon. W. S.

Acid Cough Syrup the best cough I I at has succeeded M a 'Porter as manager\lr.1 j I I II morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. They ford Pond Sunday school. Montbrook CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON I I Bullock judge of the circuit court of
remedy on the market for sale by Mast/rs : will also give anothr exhibition "to Fla.. January :30-31.; 19u4.! the fifth judicial circuit of Florida In
I Cra\\ ford was tii charge of the'-I FREE DELIVERY. TELEPHONE 109 I and for Marion
Tydings & Co. TYPEWRITERSJust morrow night. Each aplt'aran.'twill I Song service Saturday by the choir.Pra.r. i I county. in chancery sit-

house several yeais prior to Mr.[ Por-- f different. ting in a certain cause then pending .:

Miss I Fannie Clark i is detained from Received at- ic r's reign. -----f Preaching by Rev. H. C. Martin[ the I INSURANce wherein John A. McDonald and A. W. -; I

her si-hix l duties by the serious illness OCALA MUSIC COMPANY r CANCER CUREDMr. home missionary. I : McDonald were complainants and ,

of her mother.I FOR n"XTnt'at cottage. Apply! Adjourned for dinner until 2! p. m.1'011"rlition Douglas G. Eichelberger et als were defendants 4

tu irntrstreets. South Third S and l'Tuscau ilia !I j jl W. W. Prickett. Smithfield, Ills., re-assembled with a few HALL & RAWLS the undersigned special ro&ster -

will s..1'ou\ home ROMEO AND JULIETTE choice selections in chancery will on
a and of
cheap on w rites. Kept. 10. 1901: "1 had been suffering songs.Letters 1

easy terms. F. W. Ditto :Merchants[ several years with a cancer on from various Sunday schools AGENTS FOR Monday, the 7th day of March, A D. .

block. Ocala. Fla. The splendid operatic company )r. Jackson of Bronsun spent yesterm y face which gave me great annoyance were read. 1904, :

'laying Romeo and Juliette will \>f I day and today as the guest of Hon. J. and unbearable itching. I wasusing Messengers front Stafford Pond Sun- !''Standard Fire Insurance Companies and Penn Mutual during the legal hours of sale, in front '.*. .'

Miss: Etta ('a rn. a teacher in the In Ocala. one night February 23, at .M. liarco.Mothers. Ballard's Snow Liniment for a day sihool!: T. Crawford. C. C. I Life Insurance Co. of the south door of the court house In \
ilaiion .
Ocala. High Soho!, is sicfc and unable opera house.RESIDENCE Ra wls, Misses L'rssieVade and Nettle
sore leg, and through an accident I Ocala, }Florida offer for sale and w11ls.Il 3

to attend to her duties. can safely give Foley's Honey rubbed some of the liniment on the Brooks.ViHiston. FIRE LIFE : to the highest and best bidder for \

FOR and Tar to their children for coughs \ ; Sunday school: J. P. He.I-' '
SALE cancer and it gave nv almost instant cash the mdrtgaged property mentioned

The hot chocolate served at Trox and colds for it contains no opiates or re lkf. I .1..dIf-1 to continue to use theliniment I dick Mr. Epperson, Mesdames IM- Rooms 7 and 8 in said final decree and described as

ler's fountain is made with other poisons. Sold by the PostofficeDi ards and Epperson.Heidtville .
Huyler'spure Merchants
on the cancer. In a short time Block. follows: The east half of the northeast
I Offer for Sale My Residence Near *
delicious chocolate. I 'ugstore. the cancer came out my face healed up Sunday school: Mrs. A. :S.Akin : quarter of section twenty-nine and the

the School House, in Ocala Containing and there is not the slightest scar left I Mr. I.. L. Akin Misses Strickland I I i Ocala, -:- -:- -:- -:- -:. Florida south half of northwest quarter of section -

Mdver and MacKay have just received 10 Rooms Bathroom and Kitchen; is in I Itev. J. P. Hilburn left this afterI have implicit faith in the merits of and M Ii\sun. I j jWacahoota ,I twenty-eight, all in township fifteen -

1 some of the handsomest ladies noon for Floral City where he will I Sunday school: Mr. Tom
Excellent this ,
Condition and Fitted With I preparation and it cannot be too : south range twenty-two east
desks ever seen in Florida. hold! quartet ly conference tomorrow McKinney.Blitchton.
Electric Lights Throughout. Half Cash; highly recommended." :25c.! ; SOc., and RESTAURANT the fame; being situate in Marion county -
anil pleach; for the eople Sunday. Sunday s'hoolE'lsr: !!. B.
$I. For sale by the Anti- Ionol'oly Florida. W. W. Martin
Handsome Balance on Easy Terms; Title Perfect. R. Blitch W. J. Willis
baby carriages, automobile Drugstore. and B. A. H.iminonds. i( Special Master in Chancery.

running gear the new styles. See DAVID S. WOODROW, Purest drugs carefully compounded, and Misses :'alli.kill .m.} William licker,

them. J. A. I'lttman and Son. Room 12. Postoffice Block in our prescription department Ty- Biggest stuck of crockery china and I Artie Marlow.Appointment. i ii, e: (. First Class Meals Solicitor for Complainants.

dings & Co. of various (.ommilt..s.1
glass in the city. Pikes right. Ocala::
: I
The New Home I sewing machine will CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON News Co. Talks by Rev. Martin and Brother I I .!)x> Oysters in all Styles I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
mak* your home complete. For sale Carl Weihe, who has been visiting I I L. L. Akin.Discussion.
by the (h-ala Furniture COmlll Y. his \parents, returned to Jacksonvilletoday. I of queries. I I Section 8 of Chapter -

SEABOARD AIR-LINE 48SS. Laws of Florida.
Following is the time of arrival and I I First Query: The best method of inj j CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES
The Cincinnati were Mr.Kdward SPECIAL RATES |t ducing church members to attend Sun- I! Notice is hereby given that J. L Mc-

Holder's guests at the ( Air departure Line railway of trains at Ocala on the: Seaboard CURED AFTER SUFFERING I lay' school. By J. P. Reddick, A. w.1: i Dining Room open until midnight. Personal Leod, purchaser of tax certificate No.

fur several I da)'''. returned horn. I TEN YEARS T:yne and Rev. II. C. Martin.S'Ofl4 411, dated the 6th day of August A. D.
todayThe No. 66. from Tampa, 12:41 p. m. I $11.95 ATLANTA, GA., and return.Titkets 'I I attention given to special orders, anything 1'jitO! has filed said certificate In my office

L eaves for Jacksonville and other It. F. Hare. .Miami Cycle & Mfg. Co. I on sale Feb. :21! and :22.!:! limited Query: Teachers' parts in: the market offers prepared for the table on and has made
M\\ the lesson. By I.. T. O. Sheffield I I application tax
points north at 1 p. m. n. Ohio suffered for ten retuiniug Feb. :27! 1904. Kxtension: short notice.
Vala Jersey Creamery can I.. Akin. J. S. Sistrunk, II. C. )lartlnand deed to issue in accordance with law.
supply jears djspepsia. He
No. &0. night train from Tampa. spent hundreds I may be obtained to March :21: lv4.! Said certificate embraces
a few I. X. Rani the following
more customers who
apprecute of dollars for
and with
leaves for Jacksonville at :2:33! a. m.
good stall fed milk or cream.Best I actors ithout receiving 7:30: ) p. m.. preaching by Rev. A. L.Piisoc. described property situated in Marion
No. 20, southbound from Jacksonville, any permanent -
: ofare given to the handling omilk. f benefit. He "One : FOR RENT OR SALE-The W. F. Dismissed by no'II.. I'. Mart:t: Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar county. Florida, to-wit: Sw% of Be%,
arrives :!:1! p. m., and leaves for Tampa says nightwhile .
D. M. Boney. Proprietor. Cline residence, with 4 acre oj ground tin. '! sec 5, tp 13, r :22. The said land being
at 2:3: :! p. m. feeling exceptionally bad I was Skilful Cooks Attractive Waiters
about : opposite Fausett's. in Western Ocala.: Sunday 11:30 a. m., song service. ; and Choice Viands; assessed at the date of the issuance of
No. 57;, southbound from Jackson- to throw down the evening paper :
henry I.. MriNiks of Imerness. th. when I Will sell on easy terms. Apply: to H. Scripture reading by vice president.: Special price to Regular Boarders such certificate in the name of M. E.
saw an item in the
\ille. leaves for Tampa at 12:58:!:! a. m.i I paper regarding -
iHipui.n ;and\ efficient tax collector 01( A. Fausett. Prayer by L. I. Akin. '! M iller. Unless said certificate shall be

Citrus ..unl)', was In the city today. All trains carry Pullman sleepers andrailway I I I the merits of Kudol DyspepsiaCure. Sunday\ school l mass meeting, con THE CARMICHAEL redeemed according to law, tax deed
postoffices and day trains stop I concluded to try it and whileI i & SON GOAt I
at Ocala for dinner. I had no faith in it I felt better after; WANTED-Girl. 15 to 25, to assist ducted l"y I. X. Rawls. Song. I i will issue thereon on the Sth day of

Oysters served in any style at' the second'ftE'r using two bot- I with light house and office work. Must Address of welcome by C. C. 1,1wls. i i McGrath's Stand I March. A. D. 1904. "Part-on" Young. the famouOcala FRESH MEAT tics I am stronger and better than I not object to country life. Address at Third Query; : Importance of good :I i Witness my official signature and

oyster cook prepares them. have been for and I once B. H. F.. care Star. literature in the home by Prof. Fend I seal this the 4th day of February A. D.
years recommend I I -
Tucker has now a full stoik 1904.
and J. H. Akin.
I S. T. Sistrunk

Mrs, 1. S. Soutt and daughter. 1illJ.ul..p of fresh beef ork. mutton and sausage and K od..l Dyspepsia\ Cure to my friends FOR SALE A good Washington A paper read by Proto Fend.r wa. trecorded |i I Clerk ircult Court Marion Co., Fla.

in addition to fish and oysters. acquaintances suffering from be within these minute but I Ii A E. BURNETT
went to Crystal River tods)' i
stomach trouble. Sold by Win. Ander : will be so I ,
S. Smith, Altoona Fla. 11 a. m. preaching by Rev. H. C. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
Honey\ and Tar is best for Martin.Dismissed.
beautiful line of stationery. A. C. L CITY TICKET OFFICE 4Si8 Laws of Florida.
until :2 .
croup and whooping cough. contain p. m.Convention
fine as can be found in town-at T/- Tickets to all parts of the United ESCAPED AN AWFUL FATE I Notice is hereby given that S. S. Sav-
n< 'I.I..t.s and cures quickly. ulniothers re-assembled after re
dings & Co. States and Canada on sale. Schedulesand age. Jr.. purchaser of tax certificate No.
keep it in the house. Sold by freshments. Song No. 51. H i '
th.. PostoffU-e. Drugstore. : routes cheerfully furnished to Mrs. H. Haggins! of Melbourne, Fl a., Prayer by Rev. Prisoc.Messengers !! FINE WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER !I 1423 dated the Sth day of April. A. D.
I writes: ":\1) doctor tome I had Consumption ; 192.
I prospective travelers by calling or I ,, has filed said certificate in my office
from Flemingtnn Sunt :.
II I phoning. Agent for all of the transAtlantic and nothing could be done t and has made application for tax
Th- t.ur and )outhful daughters! C..'- i Cut day school: Miss J. B. Mixson. j jMorrison
Biggest steamship lines going to any me. I was given up to die. The otft'rof JEWELRY deed to issue in accordance with law.
the !
'UI'h.,1 armory this ofternoon get Sunday school: Messrs. I B.
of the European ports. J. C. Maughs[ a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New Said certificate embraces the following
tins up .1 toothsome supper\ \ for theirjMtr'iis I W. House and II. A. Lanier. I
City Ticket Agent. Ocala House.A Discovery for Consumption induced me AND: described property situated in Marion
tonight. Of 'ours..r'ool)' in Fourth Query: Why are some Christians -
to try it. Results were startling. Ian L I county Florida.. to-wit: Nw% of geU,
ami ihi-it t-ousins and their aunts will so indifferent as to the salvation
THOUSAND DOLLARS now on the road to recovery and oweair CUT GLHSS sec 17, tp IS. r :23. The said land being
IK o f the lost. By f'. C.: Rawls nrotberPric.
SHIRTSEver THROWN AWAY to Dr. King's New Discovery. It I .. and Rev. Martin. assessed at the date of the issuance of

surely! saved my life." This great cure I such certificate in the name of un.knO'A'n.
'STHither: at armory or on Fort I Mr. W. W. Baker of Plain view. Neb, A resolution of thanks was offered
I guaranteed for all throat and lung I i REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Unless!! said certificate shallbe
KlIIg'IIU.... lietwern armory and i myres writes: "My I wife had lung trouble fc rover diseases by all druggists Pries 0')""I to the Stafford Pond Sunday school for !j: redeemed according to law tax deed

Men. f. a pair of gold-iimmed 1 s'iotarles Heard Of. t fifteen >'ears. We tried a numberof and $1. Trial bottles entertaining the convention. j
will issue thereon
on the :20th day of
in blaik leather doctors 1 !i Report of finance committee" : :Sent; Merchants Block. .
case. Finder i and spent over a thousand = ---= -::-- = ; '
I February. A. D. 1304.
l'It'.III"- leturn to Commercial Bank. J.M dollars without any relief. She was I I | by Sunday schools. JS.:iol" n>le! tion, .
_ .
i. Witness! my official signature and
I I IMEN'S $102.:; Total $It.:;:!. J. P. Reddick, '.r.i
Bar. ii. \<'C) low and I lot all hop?, when! afriend i

I suggested trying Folej's Honey COMINGMARION I J. Willis. committee.Convention !!i J. A. PITTMAN & SON seal 1904.this the 19th day of S. January T. Sistrunk A.,D. S

pr was called to Pleasant I and Tar vhich I did. and thanks be adjourned to meet with ,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.,
Hills South LakeVt1r., to administE'rlr..f..ssllln..Il : to this great remedy it saved her life. -- ,, the Blitchton Sunday school. May f 9 'I I Are receiving new goods daily:

)' to Mr. Oberliu today.PIT. 75 Cent Top Shirts I She is stronger and enjoys better and. 3u. Willie Marlow. Sec. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial -
health than she For date
has ever known in ten I I up-to Furniture
II Circuit of Florida, in and for
the new game can be had at I years. We shall never be ithout FoIry's OPERA HOUSE A NIGHT ALARM Marion County, in Chancery.

the Postoffii-e Drugstore. In All Colors and Sizes I Honey and Tar. and would ask and good Treatment Thomas Graham Complainant vs.

those afflicted to try it" Sold by the FRIDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 19 Worse than the alarm of fire at nightis Annie Graham, Defendant. .

Mr John Charles.' the Oxford Postoffice Drugstore. the brassy cough of croup, which I CAL..L. ON THEIVI It is hereby ordered that the defendant

motel was in Ooala yesterday cc sounds like the children's death knell :
E for 49 cents ---- herein named Annie Graham, be

mumng with M>me of our large tim V. B. POTTS THE GAGNON.POLLOCK CO. and it means death unless something They don't mind showing and quoting prices to I and she is hereby required to appearto >

tract buyers. I Will Present is done quickly. Foley's Honey and those contemplating buying in the future. I the bill of complaint in this cause !
Tar never fails to give ii.stint' relief
CONSTRUCTING AND BUILDING on or before Monday the 2nd day of

Kidney complaint kills more .....ol'le'than "A WOMAN'S SACRIFICE" and quickly i ur-s the worst forms of THE SPECIALTIES NOW ARE May A. D. 1904.It .

any other disease. This is due to THEY WILL NOT FADE Carpentering and croup. Mr!'. !'. L. t'ordier of Maiinics- is further ordered that a copy of ,'

the disease insidious that it I ton Ky. writes: "My three-year-old .
being so this order be published week .
once a
General Iron
sets a good hold on the system beforeIt j I RepairingSatisfaction High Class Between Acts girl had a severe: case of croup, the Polished Rockers, Willow for eight consecutive weeks in the.
la doctor said she could not live.! I
recognized. Cure got
Foley's Kidney The I I I Guaranteed I Ocala Star.
will prevent the development of fatal a bottle of Fole>'s Honey and Tar: the |: Side-boards and Go-carts Done this the Uth day of February, .

disease It taken in time. Sold the AddressBOX I first dose gave quick relief ..:nd it saved
A. D. 194.
S. T. Sl trunk
Postofflce Drugstore. BOSTON STORE E !Ie Ii II 691 OCALA, FLA the Prices, 23, 5;u and 75 cents. Feats I at her life. Refuse substitutes. Sold by';; They have a full line of cooking and heating stoves T. R Biggs Clerk Circuit CourtComplainant's ,

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Councilman H. A. Ford Submits a i For West It Is, if You Face That Way. l I

THE TEAPOT GROCERY Practical Plan to Put the Cityon i I A Fine Opening for a Solid '
!I Oxfords
a Paying Basis I Scandinavian Nation
i I Ocala Florida

WINTER'STYLES The board of trade held its regular I|, I Hrl ingfors. Finland. Feb. 19.-There ,
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monthly meeting last night with a, 1I ia strong under-t'urrent of hostile
large attendance. President Ford in I mil Russian feeling prevalent i I

> the chair. ,' throughout Finland. Under the pre- Phosphate Mining and

Our Senators Are Sensible !'THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO.i rat arrangement with Russia, Finnish, Washing Machinery t-
i i la.-< nets cannot be sent outMde: Fn.luid. -
Several communications were read: :. I .
but as the old Finnish arm" c.i-
Handsome line of piece one from Senator S. R. Mallory saying I gamzation was recently abolished .uid
l Phaetons
Wagons Buggies .
goods in stock for suits, that he and his colleague Senator Tal- i I to personally interview the sixty odd I'i DECISION AGAINST S. A. L. I'' the Russian system introduced it is Surreys, Carriages

trousers and overcoats. laferro, in compliance with resolutions r members of the board and get an expression feared all the Finnish troops will Ur I I'

I iof the board would cheerfullyote: for | of'is on this vital By Florida Railroad: Commission for : sent to the Far East, despite the promises i|i -

We are up-to-date in material the Panama canal treaty, as both favored question to the city's interest. Th Overcharging I of Russia to the contrarySui'h a I HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS K.

and workmanship. It.The motion i was i-anied. and Me>-rs. lIar- I disturbance will give Russia and excuse i iI
: Tallahass-- Fia. Feb. la.-The rail- I
All Railroads are Shortsighted i'" liittmger and Itavvls werenamed I for abolishing the last yesteee of
orders skillfully and i is that conuuritee..uggestiun. rcmd commission has leaihed a der is- I Finnish autonomy.The .
promptly executed work (Communications read for In- | ion in the matter of ld..1 against Ffins .. Building :Materials Every Kind and DescriptionFURNITURE
{I At the !> ) of Mi. KawN the *rmostly : ,
foimution from the S. .\. I., and .\. ('. I the Seaboaid Air Line.Me I e.I .
fully sentiment of those piesent was t.akrnn which is the race to which the S 1\.lt.s.
guaranteed. L. railroads, detaining to grant J. one- I] l>-od. a lumberman of Suwannee i
1 o the bond issue and a cash basis for j Norwegians and Danes also belong.Finland j jI
Respectfully, fare round trip rate over their lines !I I
good from Saturday afternoon to Sunday j rutrd } Seaboard officials for overcharge in :200'
I years ago and there is now a
Jerry Burnett night, to Ocala within a radius of j haulms c-rossties from Suwannee I
I' Harris Knight. 4cNdwinR. S. Halt I strong sympathy between the two peoples. .
from twenty to twenty-five miles from county into Jacksonville. Mr. ItowI -
((rrom Standley. Strauss Peyser. Dr. Norway, though it has its 0\\ngovernment
Merchant Tailor. the Brick City.Wednesday. |I ,Fuller, Mac'Kay, Urumby. Rodgers i ling: of Live Oak vv bile operating a I has been united under the I i Phosphate Plants Installed Complete

j tram road, agreed to haul ties for M.[ ,-
Evening's Xelsctii and IJittinger.New same crown as Sweden since l>ir>. but !
I Leod into I.inOak the of I ___
at rate 11per
: NN rteiort{ on the "smoker" was then membeis elected were A. N.i the Norwegians have been very restive ij J.

PLEASANT: nude, in which the said committee i i :Sc hleinmer. ,Frank l+tttu..(i I. irac-e I | caiload. From I.iOak Me Leodwas I for thr last twenty years if the Scandinavian I II II I
charged a rate of ti cents 100
n had about perfected arrangements for j 1 L. J. ISrumby and fieo. If. Ford. per I nations were alive to theirown I j
to Jacksonville,
the coining Wednesday. night social in 'i It was a splendid meeting, and au- an overcharge 1 interests they would unite, takeRussia ,
/. j !1 cent, the maximum rate allowed the I
tu be. allto lI1akIurdlasts ? i the armory, and contract was let to jouined to gather at the festive boaidVeclneslay by in the rear, wrest Finland from Ii I,
Mr. Ed C'armuhael to supply the feast.j I \ night at the armoiy. I commission being 5 cents per II'0.. her and form a strong nation of their }I!

at .1 store r> he being the lowest bidder. I The railroad (commission rendered a own. As they are now they al t'UI... !

vheie you feel assured Seaboard Air Line Shops PUTS AN END TO IT ALLA decision: requiring the Seaboard AirLine to be absoilted in time. Denmark i h v ;I II I .:
i I to refund nverchaige amounting Oermany, and Sweden and II I
Norway bRussia.
the Rtxi'ls' ari.f f. Under the head of IIE'husill..SS, the I : to $:!;>. I I > Marion Harfiware I! Co.We
mailer of toinmunicuting with the t;. grievous wail ofttmiei comes as I
the highest quality )- J ''a: .
result from unbearable from
.\. L. officials to inquhe I into and as pain .
and the prices -- I certain of the turn-lit rebuts{ area I uyrrtaxrd organs./ UI/LlnrSS, i i LAND BATTLE REPORTEDWith

I true (that they contemplated locating i I I ache, Iivtr complaint and C'c Hot one rent higher I
repair shops at this {point, and i if such I II i I Ilut thanks to l Ur King's New liife i,, lUIlaid's llniehoiind Syrup, it will se-
the Worst End of It to the Russians
than what is right. Pills they put an end to it all. Theyare cUIe sowed sleep and effect
auras the ease to see what woik was I I you a \ \Would Be Glad

That. 1.1 the tff!- t necessary on the part of the board I j"tleIlut thorough.; Try them I Prompt and I'ur... 25c.:; ,*0c. and

l and our citizens to hasten that S.trll.1 I I Only :;;I'. Guaranteed by the .\ntl- IoI -I $I a bottle. at the Anti-Monopoly. l>rugstoie. Pans. Fei i:.-Authentic cables. last -.
lug that all u f our \ i I When watt to kind
%'uu buy
noMtly Drugstore. night front any
After an exchange of views on this 1m-I I the Far East declare that

SUstuiiiers han e.Ve & |Miitant matter, affecting the city of i i a heat land battle has been raging all of a Stove or Range to have

Sell Ocala, In which President Ford. Mr. I -. day on the Yalu river near Chin-Tien- you carefully

DRUGS from, S. A. Raw Is, :Mr. Harris and !1 i'hang. COiMPAREWith .1
: others participated the president and | Thirty thousand Japanese and about ,

at a moderate ajv.inte secretary of the board were instructed PLEASED CUSTOMERS an equal force of Russians sere engaged. -

to communicate with" the S. A.: L. f'F .1
cost. I'er-
on .
authorities.Mr. c The reports say that the Russians 1

l ais these t fiRUies/ 4 ;' Ford's Practical Plan 1J I have lieen defeated with tremendous. I

will I.IIIVP it. t Tell mote t noel tales about our candy losses,'hingint... the thousands. ]
: The matter of the city's indebtednessand ;
siANTIMONOPOLY than u" would date to print, even withmodesty The latest cables say that the Russians H. .J
depreciated then illscussed. :, .
scrip was I'lr1,1
DRUGSTOREJ. + ,. leavened! with pride. If you lust four thousand men and the
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W. Castel, Proprietor, ..' t alrleil l -,- a taut to kll..11tit' merits of our confectionery Japanese less than one thousand. .
Mr. Ford, who is chairman of the : ,
purely sweet
OCALA, FLAW.W.Carman&Co. city council finance committee, :andthe NSA i tJnln London Hears the Same News
=r ness. t.I"'ie ,u' to form and make)flU
author of the clay budget" for i c I London, Feb. 1C*.-Uite reports say
yam! tttt+ hiv- only to ask those who buy, eatall.1
1904. which has recently been published y ( that a terrible battle has liven\ raging x >
delight in [,01\ 1I"1i' swcrhneits.It I I
in the Ocala Star, was called on for :< on th.Yalu river for the past twenty.four M- t

You will find a well selected stock orgrJ'eritf an expression of his views in the mat- -. I ht uis and that the Russians have.I j Ij i iIwen II t..:

at ter. He gave a very interesting ace | CHAS. E. TAYLOR'S. I repulsed with heavy losses. The I II.I.I

count of the same, how to provide for I battle is said to l 1)e again in progress.I I

CARMAN & GO'S., :and l it is esjiected to last I.Ii
Yon our city indebtedness and place the --- --- --- --- - { sevelal .I.IY" I any other make

North :Main St., north of city mar I city on a cash 1 pa j'ing basis. The I.e-j j Opposing Armies Close Together I

ket. vailing system was all wrong of payIng > i t'hefo. I Feb. 13.-Three brigades of'i l' IN THE WORLD.We .
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n TR rlL (C1iE l FACTO1T ','
in ; a
SpedaltiesFRUITS our obligations depreciated j jsorip L :c Russnn: infantry and one brigade ofj feel jour decision will '"1
; it was a stain on theity uiid 'i
AND VEGETABLES, j atrtillrry! crossed the Yalu river he favorable to tireFAVORITE ,
.1 rank injustice to the city employes | Makers of the I: and advanced on \Viji. No opposition \ -

CHICKENS. AND EGGS to ask them to do an honest dav'.sl! .
was encountered and! the Ru<-
Remember the place and rest assured work and then dishonor their labor by j -' '
\\Milo si.nis !peaceably occupied ji. A g -ni ,
we will treat you right. giving them paper which had to be I Deyo f .* .., ;i II! Russian advance across the Yalu Therefore court careful
shaved from 10 to 15 cent fiom .
\V. W. C.R'Il.CO.: per .t. r was ordered. The Russian main o comparison. We know they

its face value. He knew one city emI I nutty was massed! near t'hmTienI'hnig are not Kuttaled.: @

plo' >'e, whom it took thirty das to get HIGHEST en CIGAR 1.t and a battle was monientaiilyXI" I _

FISH AND OYSTERSI money for his pievious month's ser- GRADE .!, UUi ,, "< ti-d with( a large force of Japan I We a1Co carry a fall line of I

ices, and at a heavy discount on the I .
:dyaneing to give them battleltip .
have fresh Uottcm Fish and scrip. Uy this wasteful method th..1 -A !)- ;a" 4- :
was declared open to the: worldj

Mullet always on hand: city was paying a premium of (ruin The Celebrated j I.I- .l meaty jK,rt by Torei Wednesday SASH DOORS 1 BLINDS.
10 to ::r i>er cent on all its supplies, I ? ,
Cedar Key and Crystal Ri\er and it has now come to a pass that i int'ith..r "EL TROPICO" '*4 ( Patriotic in Their Pockets I i
T..KI. Feb. 1'J.-The
OYSTERS those the merchants of the city nor I Havana Cigars !I !Ifhas\ 1 Ijeeil increased i this \\warI etki .Complete: line of ]T;,.ija'i]!:: ; ani: :! General. ,J Hardware: J Farming Tools J
supplying the electric light plant I IwoulI Y
I j'' "111 i $I IH.IHNI.OIMI to J :! ( I Gi :'i 1 .\ininunitnin.CHATTANOOGA. .1I
.IMMI.OIHI Jy \ltunt.nj \
RECEIVED FRESH DAILY take the scrip for any further j i :! I
01"' t .
I < subst iii'tiidis. not only from I
{payments. It was a serious iiuestumand
Opened and delixeredupon request CHAS. PEYSER Prop. natives t but from citizens (runt otherountiies. PLOWS
f I he saw no other way out of it than .

SEE: )IE, I CAN I to bond the city for $?:;. MM). which he Ocala: Florida. < f S

thought could be tloated at a 5 percent A Change of CommandersSt. 7INSTOCK.
inteiest. Then take all the P..t..rsLurgFl'b.. ,
up ---- -- -- -- --- -- ---- -' 19.-iVne'alKumpatkin. 1 R

W. M. TUCKER, outstanding obligations of the city. the minister of war. h." Jeffords Building. .

City Market.OCALA \vhich amounted to SO.:; ) luO. After paying a WITH THE COMING been appointed{ to command the land |,I ,

these, then take $10OoO and re- forms in the Far F..Uiit. \'ile' ,
construct the electric light plant and! Alexieff. and has started for the sea i' L :
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enlarge its capacity to give decent -- .. We want to do a lugger b;i'u.ess than .e \\al'. Admiral Alesieff will r.t.nn'

lights and afford illuminating I jiower i I t 1 I his titles a. viceroy: and admiral of the -- -- 1
builder and
PRESSINC CLUB ever and vxe want everj
to supply the lortO:; extra lights asked I! navy.
I-ersun mtei e"ted in building to know '
for but which under the present ".1- Japs Landing Forces in the Rear of'IlulJ not be supplied. It could 2 S ter d that we are predated to lender them

PHONE NO. 167 easily be figured out, without a {po>.>.i-.ibiluy c_ tr., the most efficient service in prompt deliverks Port Arthur 'I'II 4 4"Jlr.lawea
discredit Tern Tsin. Feb. 1! .-The Japm.. THE GH EL & GO.

Cleaning plant to could be the made statement to furnish thatthe +'f'--'' moulding15 1 of, Jnill1.11"f'r..)'' shingles yellow and pine of have landed on the tens Li.lo.Tungr'tnin.ul..r of thousand oftioops !' JTIIGH SON

sufficient lights, and earn net ptottt I I
and the --L... eveivthins! i't v.t.o.l iiet-i.| m the I i .!mJ are now marching on Port Arthur
enough to run plant and pay theinterest -
building t ide. .11.1 i Mukden.[
PressingNEATLY on this issue of iIlnJ"t a I

low estimate the plant would pay .,3sy Japs After Vladivostok i
RELIABLYDONE per cent., create a sinking fund. and I'.erlm Feb. lt -Japan is sending .] PLACE"McCrath's
QUICKLY. tae 'a..I'1f
the bonds would soon be taken up. As tioop from the Island of Yezzo u. J< ""
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it was. the plant, in its present deplorable thi.s i.-- in the Gulf of Tartar)' to r.'t-

,condition lacking every tol.I ..- I, ,ttntiiiovik! for a flank movement Old Stand

Work called: for and deliver I tarot of efficiency and "..n'i.->. \',...luostok.The .

ed. Special rates for monthly the city. U hit) a year, and this in comparison & MACDUFF i I i trovps will proceed to th, .. WEST SIDE SQUARE >I

with what an up-to-date plant f I .>.a' Junction Khabarostok. ai: '. i.I'< -ti .
in the club
membership would! SUN.})'. This done there wouldbe .I II thence will attack Vladivostok f.p: Rebuilt and Newly Furnished

J15000 remaining in cash with the rear.

E E. M HENDRICKS II I which to run the city until the laves I Let the Russians Cheer Up; the Worst FINE WINES OF ALL KINuS, FOR FAMILY USE. HIGH GRADE .

-- I 1'( 1S04 could! be collected and this "I === OCALA FLORIDA.HEADQUARTERS_ is Yet to Come J i I WHISKIES, BRANDY, ETC

would settle the question for all timeif BEER. ALE AND
I "hefoo. Feb. iy.: -The plan of tteMikadds : j SODA FOR FAMILY TRADE. THE PUREST Lli -
Opposite City Hall P. O. Box 3 141 the dtuut..} then ask the lrgi5laLure Pure Rye tastes i QUORS OBTAINABLE ARE KEPT BY US. SKILLED
government: i is to h.l rr. '' .
to so amend the city charter that I FOR l'-t Arthur from th" sea untii.r)'- ;' old because it is :' COURTEOUS\ TREATMENT ASSURE D TO ALL. 'a
H. R. HUNTER no council could! e\er issue one cant ofi I ,
'fii.e: I'" II, readiness to begin thin., 1
-ity scrip, and make It a criminal offense '{ The Japanese say the .,t- old. A I It t is a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS

for any alderman to offrr .1 r. >- AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE .. thus far h.\' ..... ,
GUN I: .
.!..! .__ olulion U> issue city scrip for aii> I'UI- whiskey "which
-- -> though t''e.j! to \h.- ufly -
pose whatever. If we ever get into .i !KINO; !. : AND DEALERS IN ALL
-and- 5j I\CH. \ :- \\ successful. The Rus-ia-

.ti ht" again reduce our e\H-iulitu; < n t'l I s I 4 N. ; l I.r more ,'omp!'vtfly surer.. i i, time has brought KINDS OF WINES AND
to absolute U'hll.IU"1 I i i LIQUORS
LOCKSMITHRepairing receipts. 'H ..
: : : : = T / 9f", 1 the seal attack begins. i, It
41 1'1. I II".I iI to ripeness.
would quickly discount the argumentof ... I GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT
a Specialty.OCALA N I C r"r", 1u Russian Losses at Oemulpo i II j
the tax paver of "Oh. yes. you '.m I I
r-Tf; : c ; !L. Ft-b IV. S.,. I' is "written down I A CAREFULLY
I 'J' : Flu.-
tx.n.l the city and pa> its debts, but I I. -i \-nt -'-n "l.r' I SELECTED STO CK OF GROCERIES; WITH FREt
FLORIDA. 5">,; .. I
1\ : oat IS' : .Ind 4i;;, m..n.r... either k.h-d DELIVERY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.
subsequent! council will again run t 1
s rs I I old with all the
i ".c'r-.i in Itofight at I'nemulpo I WE DO THE LARGEST MAIL 0 RDER
it into debt. ;, I BUSINESS IN THE STATE.
1 i
E. I WILBER I Ii. '...'-.:. F.bluan9'! when the gKurietz r I ALL ORDERS FILLED ON RETURN TRAIN.
Mr.[ Ford said the city was in splendid J-j .2 ... \"arJ.: ; i,' characters of : f
('onJitilln-$1.l O. \O in a",.ets an.I : J Wtrre destroyed by the I
: '''L'l'LiHERTY' ; ST only owing $ \J.lltIH... fished he _._-_-_ b-W....... r___ I 1.I! ..asr.THE. i age"mellowness : Separate White and Colored Bats at
Regular Style Sptiial "o'i, Horse anJ Cattle St)le I 1
could say the same for himself. As the Suj s u in.or 6 In.apart Su>s 12 lo. or b in.&rut j ripeness ; Both the S. A. L. and up town places.
Painter and interior decorator. finances stand now the <"Iti" In the .-,

hole for $10.\OO. and for the life of him n Made cf large strong, high-grade steel wires, heavily galvaaiced.: A !,rtir! thins .m..ttm"s result; ;; in |
PAPER HANGING, fee and contraction. Is prjct.caily flavor. Our Liquors Wines and Beers are bought In
; he could not see how we 'ouIJ.r Amply provides expansion : } ever.bsting. :- irh Thus .i rrr.s* rat,'h. in;;.gi!ifiI:I II ,
KALSOMININGPAINTING Never _s no matter how a strain I i Car Load lots direct and our : are the '
get on a cash basis unless bonds tern go wrong great is: put on i it '.t- H* } J'b"ils hI,1,1 theS '! There are several so- prices

issued and a cash basis adopted: and Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle horses, hog'lfL ."- t sit! {--naity. It is w i lee to have Bui k1Ii Lowest.I .
I IN pigs. called "Club" Whiskeys -
adhered to.I..s. 'Ii :s arnica Salve rate handy It's tht."t -
ALL 1WANCHKS.SIGN ; i that are not VVe A1'VVays Please
Standley. Harris, Cowls and I salve on earth and will!! prevent'I ,

the secretary concurred in Mr Fi.'i's EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN F NCE GUARANTEED !I fatality, when Burn S..res. 11.ert! ..!d i| Maryland Club. You

PAINTING AND LETTERIN'' \views, and Mr. Raw Is moved that a by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you howit l'iir I .;c. at thr I Ant.- i:I can tell itby the taste. 1M armicnaeI & S n Co. Ocala "fla.

First class work only commuter U appointed by the Lh.llr will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced 1'011I'tJ1! : 1.': u.s:'..; ,


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RikersfielJ. Cal., Feb. 11, 1904. \\ ethu a woman is tearful or cheerful FLORIDA EAST COAST DEPARTMENT Li

Y BRANCH OF fo depends not on what she has materially -
Friend Bittinger: You ask me how I
but what she is ph>sicall) Manyan
COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE 0 this county would compare with Ma I indulgent! husband is driven almost Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

. I I II rion. If I were to say, as to color. to despair by the tearful outburst of a
I wife who Railway
black and white would not compare
CAPITAL $50.000.00 ff has "eerything The Editor1 Trip
the two. for out here they all eat :. she
"All aboard for Jacksonville
"50trik out of the same pot-no color i want" He : says
INTEREST PAID.ON TIM DEPOSITS fo ) the conductor of-the
line. This Is easily understood for : wants to S. A. L. We are
: knowwhat's \ behind but
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0 : the larger portion of the inhabitants time speeding northward.

I RECEVED.: LOANS MADE EXCHANGE BOUGHT I If i I are from the North.. matter. the But TIME CARD IN EFFECT -FEB. \6 passing stations but stopping at few.

AND SOLD This county. Kern is about the size the wife We are in company with Rev Crivil- Bone Pains, Itching,Scabby

( f of Rhode Island, and is composed of can't tell. lear pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Skin Diseases.
I Swelllac. Carbuncle, Pimple,Scrofala
mountains and valleys. The San Joa- She knows only that Will Appear in Next Issue. church at Fernandina. Everybody FtrmueDU7 ftIre4 by Isng Bouoic Blood Btlo. It

along the line is busy. We bothered ktavn tiM tctm Foan la tie blood. If *..
are FM
in which lilid be-I
quin Valley. we
U depressed
PHONE 39 she
117 /j Il ehe* and pains! in booo tack tat Joint Itching
i with a woman who has hat-boxes, 1! "
tween the Coast Range and Sierra aad ;1 Sabbj: Sfan.Blood feel tot oc ttto,SwoUea .

f CROSBY & MARTIN vada and is about thirty miles xe-I despondent.Such 1( satchels baskets etc. Why don't women > tad Bom;*oa Uw S n. Von Fairta laMonth
a Sore Throat. Pucpkt or oleum tnguaot,
leave this plunder at home! Were
and west and 200 miles north and I condition is Copper-Colored Spouor mho SHa.all ia4ow..or

south; the temperature of which is'' usually related .l at Baldwin. Change cars. We are nerrou ri.oa lay pan ot the bod?.Bur,or tj+-

near the frost line for about five tOL-- .. \ \1 going westward. Mrs. C. A. Taylor ison brows taUlag out.Cartonde or Boa,take
Botanic Blood Balm
GENERAL LIVERYMENFine months with occasional ice. The some form -oJ\ board and several ministers. Were to cue'!era the wont and OI&dect.waM caw where
of womanly
stopping a while at Watterson a doctor.calot median,aad hot pric* 11" ilea:!.
mountains are nearly always covered disease. The mental depression hu its
a:11ft&opt! a3 ache*and paoti,redacct au nreUiBf
with snow. This valley is wry fertile corresponding womanly weakness. rushing lumber and manufacturingplace. matte blood pore aad tick compMdr changing the

Carriages Buggies and Traps but only a small per cent of it Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription For Information Relative to Trains Lake City is in sight; electric IJIIJre body into a dean,beaithr coadmoo. B. B. B.
5.ascred Utootaodi_ot Bleed fouon ena after
tearful women to cheerful women
changes lights plentiful Met Revs H. H .
be culth'ated-no of irri- by
can means
Drummers Saddle Horses etc. Mchitf the last ftagta.
Carryalls, by curing the diseases. hich cause physical -
gation. Water is more precious than weakness and depression of spirits. Hawkins and T. W.JWilliams. Now ahe Old Rhemmatlwm,Catarrh,Enema:
are cued! by an awful pounced ooditioa ot the
: oil here selling in sections at $1 I It establishes regularity. dries unhealthy parsonage. Now we are strolling
; many Blood. B.B.B.ROT Hiwbrg and Sputies.ItcUcf
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES per barrel. Where water can be had drains heals inflammation and ulcera-- "SEE THE TICKET AGENT"ISI.ISIIISISlSISU up town. Billy Kersands and Hon. W. tad tamtclilag.Aclu aad Faun;core becs..zisn.,

vegetables are plentiful, but somewhat tion, and cures female weakness. J. Bryan are drawing crowds. Billy Catarrb; tail a3 ftcata. Sealtt. Eruption. Watery t
of 8 arn. fool fesI< Alice Adam Liboratorv Washington
[ Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses inferior. Grapes, prunes and figs are Mrs.Co. Pa .says "With many thank I wnie Kersands draws the largest Now were tore healthy blood rapply U tlMMd putt.
to let you know how I am I eta say b> Cod i at rest. It is day. We are on the Cancer Cured
but other including
: good fruits oranges -
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. help and your help I am well I have taken axbotUe Bourne Sidod Balm due Caaeen of all Linda
.of Favorite and Georgia Southern going to .
are insipid. ; Dr. Pierce Pcnption .! Wingfield.We Supporting SveUioft Eatux Soft, Tnman ti.y
two of his Golden Medical Lu.Ltfan. I
are there. Yonder stands Rev. W. Cleer It till the Cancer PUIMH and beaU U-e*ort.
One would think that these valleys! can do all my work I can t praise your mcdi-
CROSBY & MARTIN ctne too highly I will recommend your medicines SlIM 1111 O. Bartley, smiling. as usual, with or wont cancer perfectly. If yon bare. a prraait
but after being
were a perfect picture -
as lung a* I live If any one doubts this Pimple. Wart. Swelling, SbooUng. Stinging rains
here a while they have no more five them my address quite a large number of ministers and uke Blood Blm and they will dftappm before they
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attraction than the side of a barn- Favorite Prescription" makes weak friends. We greet each other. "How develop talc C&II<'ft. Many apparently nopetea cue
SEABOARDAIR of cancer cured by takir Botanic Blood Balm.
mnur fill IT MAY TAKE iH-rfectly nude no trees no grass or women strong and sick women well. I I i is Ocala. Doer "Everything is lovely
Accept no substitute for the medicine I 01:& Q&AKATtE.Bey : .
fFER birds, not even the old familiar buzzard which works wonders for weak down there, and the goose hangs large lake b.ttIe.directed.B.B.D.1.4Cl. .f a.aI4IBI. J'

Ilijilu: Jul THE FOLLOWING nothing except an occasional women. high." Great preparations are being .... h5iiI ( .t always e.swe
.. ... .
wtae the right (jUIf .UaF .e.
bunch of cacti. Keep the bowels healthy by the : LINE RAILWAY : made for the wedding. .We are welt ... ..... ,.... will
timely use of Doctor Pierce's Pleasant &:; ujeat JIl .
cared for. More tomorrow. '
Oil i is the principal industry, and togive Pellets. ..c.oL4f1rf U .&

you some idea of the output, the I m FOR I T----- -
FOR SHL6 BY I .J. W. Howard the swift barber and Botanic Bleod Balm(B.B.B.)U
Standard handled twenty-five million Pleuaatandtaf.Mtake. Ttionirhlrtnteafrv' 1O JI'I'
GAITERVILLERev. :Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pine, smooth shaver, has Coupoeed ot fore Kotame Ingreitieiita Straigthrta
barrels during the past twelve months UU now opened shop weak kidarT and wnk itomarrxi. mrtt dv.pp&..

bought, of course, at a very low fig- G. F. Austin filled his regular S Raleigh, Richmond, \Vashlngton, Baltimore opposite Liddon's stables and will give .Comjilew f H.B.B.dimxiou..* ffo FmmpMtt waS each .bottle.... I.">.a..I.... by

F. W. DITTONO. I ure. They store their oil in great reservoirs appointment at Cedar Grove Saturday I Philadelphia, New York. you first class work at regular prices; writing_b....aa Blood<> tpwul Balm five('0..nwOual AiLuu aJrice 6*. llveaih, to nut your.ufeue
ail i teat w calcd ktlcr.AntiMonopolr
some of which cover thrt'pacrl's. and Sunday and pieaih a very U ministers at cut rates viz: shave, lOc..

interesting sermon Sunday to a largeaudience. I I TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. S hair cut and shave. 25e Open from Drugstore Ocala.
$ ROOM COTTAGE ON OCKU\\ \AVENTE-Large yard lw by 1MCutu :
(e in Good Condition. Newly Tainted totcII\ >I. Part Cash. One word about the weather in sum- 6:30' a. m. until 8:30 p. m.; Saturdays, -

NO. 2 SICK COtTAGE 5 ROOMS AND (,tx>I) BATH. ETC. In Second Ward.Cut- mer. Since last March there has not Miss Lorena Allen is visiting relatives I : Seaboard Express, : open until 11:30 p. m. Give him a trial L.ALEXANDER

Uge in Fine Condition. Two I'oreht"i. Price$luI.I'ut ash. ..
been enough rain to keep a Florida in our burg.
NO. 8-CJOOD 1'OME ROOM-. Wide Halls.liood! Fireplaces.! On I'aved Street in Seaboard Mail. 'L. Green, the lightning shaver. Call Practical
man from ploughing his corn. The Miss Cora. Redding of Shady returned : :
2nd Ward. Price Hm on Easy Terms.NO. and try his shave and hair cut and you
4.-Bin BARGAIN IX NICE 7 ROOM( HOl'sK. Fine Bath Cistern, Large temperature ranges from 115 to 120 degrees home last week from a visit, to her

Yard louxA;! fret I'avedstrrrl.bood Location fl.lnu. in the shade and further up the'aU..y mother and other relatives of Gaiter.Mr. I : MODERN PULLHAN EQUIPMENT. will always come. Shave, lOc.; haircut CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful
NO. 6.-F1SE BflLIUMi LOT AND HACK LOT WITH sM.\LL IIOI'SE. Pays $W is visitor : 25c.; honing razor, 25c.; concave
-- \ in what is known as "Death Lon Vogt of rtunnrllon a I made all contract
per Year in Rents iood Location in Ut Ward. Price fur all}ViU razor 75c. All work first class. No estimates on
shade and Valley" it is often as high as 10; de- in our burg, the guest of Mr. A. U U work. Gives more and better work for
NO. -<;OOD 2 STORY 1IOOE J BLOCKS FROM 1OT OFFICE. Fine 1..1 long delays; two chairs. Next door to
the than other in
U-it Location.Bath etc. Price Ilium Part CaM grees. How is that compared to our Ross. I S ONLY LINE OPERATING 5 money any man
Alberstine Smith on WeSt Broadway. town.
NO. 7-F1SE Hi ROOM RKMDKSCE3BLOCKS: FROM sQl'ARKplendid Bathf. Florida 90 to 100 degrees. Messrs." S. M. Tucker and Mai'k i I

Barn, Stable With, Whole Block. A Bargain at li"i I'art Cash. North of Dunn..tlun"t're visitors in : Dally Through Sleepers from JacKson- -
This is considered a very healthy cli- The People's Restaurant owned an
NO *-FIXK: HOME!: O.V OCKLWAIIA'ESn:. r0vyard {'OII> J1'') feet. iOod |
barn and Stable. Best Licatum in city. l'ric-e f..>>, I'art Cash. I I mate. It may be still I see rheumatism Gaiterville. last Sunday.We i U ville to New Orleans. controlled by Alberstine Smith, is T. A. Colyer Bros. -

,.;O. |v-GOOI) BUILDING LOTS IX .'lIbT'ARO OS PAVED :sTREhT. luuilnu" typhoid fever and many other are pleased to hear that Rev. opening for the spring cool drinks at

feet. Prices$.15 to$1'MJ. Williams of Lakeland anticipates returning S all hours. Merchant Tailors
contagions. All I see here to remind For fall information aad Win. Parker is in charge.
NO. 10-<>OOD LOT NEAR I'UKE'RDI; FACTORY IS CITY LIMIT-, on Paved Sleeper RoierTationi, call on any Ant
me of home is the moon and stars including to Gaiter the latter part of U Seaboard write U Your patronage solicited. West Broadway .
Street. I'rice l-Ju to$III"' or Hare in stock one of the finest assortments -
NO. Il-GOOD HOME IX SECOND I WARt Newly Painted etc. Price $1i'o' half(cal the Ooala Star, which brightens this \\fE-k to hold a series of meetingsat of
i' : A. 0. MacDonell Asst. Gen. Pass. suitings for holiday suits ACRE GROVE ASD 1IOC.K with Fine View uf I.iLe Wrir. SuaieuranaMon. our home once a week. the Baptist church. Agent,
Jacksonville U .Lost-A sorrel mare, blaze face. ever presented to the Ocala public.
elithili Fig
"" Price IJ;ii. "Oh. for a. place in some vast wilderness !- Mr. Tom Ljles of Homosassa was in I ,

a contiguity of shade." That Gaiter Sunday to see his best girl. I I S S. C. BOYLSTJN, JR., Pawenger Agent Jacksonville. Fla. medium size, branded on right shoulder Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning,

F. W. DITTO never impressed me so as it does now.I Miss Rosie Bridges a charming I! |ifi. iiisisis ISIS .isiiisisi with letter O, one white hind leg, dyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall
shod in front. Liberal reward offere and winter suitings to your liking.
forget the author, but he must have young lady of Dunnellon. attended services I
William Leaver, Kendrick, Fla. Best suits for the money in town. In.
Real Estate and Insurance.Room wandered out West. at Cedar Grove Sunday..Mr. i

There are very few peaches here. C. R Brooks of Inverness was I _n______ _____ __ .E. L. Johnson, in business for Stephens spection solicited. No. 3, North Main

12, Merchants' Block. Ocala, Florida. They say California is going toshPol. \siting the harms of our village last St., two doors north of Ocala House, .
two doors below the market,
so you see I must come back Sunday week. FRESH MEKTS HND G7ME presses, dyes and cleans clothing at --- ----- --- "

home before she Mr. and Mrs. Njblack who reside
soon goes.Now special rates; also keeps a first class

SEED SW0RE I hope my friends will not too near Dunnelion were visitors In our We keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and restaurant. GRIPPE

@GIIJI rashly censure me for my views for burg Saturday" : night, the guests of Mr. Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. LA

i i if they will come and see as I have E. H. Ross and, family. Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made. Richa'd Smith the boss shoemaker,

they will find that the best of California A ; does general repairing of shoes, boots,

GROCERY DEPARTMENT is on paper. Now Colonel B. I CITY: MARKET W. L. JONES Proprietor. harness etc. Work neatly done. Two Pneumonia follow La Qrlpp
but never follows the use of
doors below Ike Tompkins' restaurant.
let the Star shine out West as it doesin

Staple and Fancy Groceries Deliveredto the East. John W. Brown.
Go to S. S. B llamy for fine assorted FOLEY'S' Honey

all Parts of the City A MOTHER'S RECOMMENDATIONI Atlantic Coast Line Railway CompanyTIME glassware general repairing.clocks, watches West jeyelry Broadway and, and TarIt

have used Chamberlain's Cough I Powers' block. -. stops the Cough and heals the loagi

PHONE NO. 163 Remedy for a number of years and Call at the Mack House for comfortable 'reventa Pneumonia and Consumption.
ha\e no hesitancy in saying that it is KlDN
TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10, 1904 lodging and board at
the best remedy for coughs, colds and reasona Ml.0. T.CIIU, of in Osjood St., Ctleajo,
ble rates. West Broadway. vritM: "My wife had I*grippe and it left bwrith
croup I have ever used in my family.I .
a nrJ bad coach on her lUll .bi.A
NORMAL AXDINDUSTRIAL have not words to express my confidence DEPARTURES FROM OCALAFor Furnished rooms and board at Mrs. OUi'l HOIII AJTDTu, lured eompUUlPostofflce /.*

in this remedy.-Mrs. J. A. Rochelle, Palatka. Jacksonville Marie Ruth's, corner Lime ami West Drugstore, Ocala. Tla.

Moore, North Star:: Mich. For sale by Broadway, upstairs.A ----
:; Waycross. Thomasville. Savannah
SCHOOLSt. all druggists. Has Cured Thousands, Will Cure You ..
'1 r Charleston Wilmington, Richmond, small lot of second hand clothing TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS
If are troubled with; Kidney or ":
you Washington, Norfolk, Baltimore
for sale by the editor of this column.
Petersburg, Fla. LEROY Bladder troubles, such as Dropsy, TRAIN NO. 32, 1:20: A. M. Philadelphia New York. Boston and I will be at the following places to

Mrs. C. Holmes died last Saturday:: Bright's Disease. Catarrh, Gravel of all Eastern points. Also for all Western M. C. Falana's is the place to secure receive returns of real and personal
Offers unusual advantages to those who wish to review before takingthe : the Bladder, Albumen in Urine and
after an illness of several months. points In connection with Chicago your bargains. property, and agricultural reports, as
Uniform State Examination for Teachers, and to those unhealthy deposits. or too frequent

who wish to take short courses in manual Training, Mrs. Holmes was a devoted wife and I discharge of the urine pain in the >" and Florida Special. Soup every other day at W. O. Par- the law requires_ :
mother. All who knew her loved her.
Domestic Science, and Physical Culture, during back and bladder dropsical swellingof Fur Rochelle,, Palatka Jacksonville and ker's. February, 1904
The I erea\ed family has our sympathy. the feet and legs. etc., etc we
Also for Macon At- Eureka Friday, 19, a. m.
TRAIN NO. 78, 1:20 P. M. all points
guarantee that by using Smith's Sure See Barco and Russ at the city market -
Special Six Weeks Term \ J.
Beginning April lanta, Nashville, Chicago via Dixie Daisy, Friday 19, p. m. .
One of Jjeroy's beautiful young la- Kidney Cure: a complete cure will be .
This School has a faculty of sixteen teachers, four fine school' die!>. Miss Fanny, who has been off et ted. Flyer route. Fort McCoy, Saturday, SO, a. n.

buildings with modern Normal I Price 50 cents and sale Anthony, Monday 2!.
equipments, a department, a High visiting at Levon. returned home February $1For by For Leesburg. Croom Trilby Brooks- BENEFIT OF COLORED BANDRemember
School Department Model: Graded School Anli-MoiiOpoly Drugstore. t Sparr Tuesday 23, a. m.
; a finely equipped shop 6. She was accompanied by her TRAIN NO. 39, 3:25: P. M. yule Tarpon Springs Clearwater,
for Manual Training fine for and Greenwood Tuesday 23, p. m.
equipments teaching cooking sewing,
harming cousin. Miss Elsie Perry.Mr. ---- -- --- -- Brlleair St. Petersburg. Lakeland, that the "Little Stars"
a good library, a fine laboratory, a magn ficient Gymnasium and Drill Citra Wednesday, 24, a. m.
and Mrs. Johnson entertained Tampa and Intermediate points.
will shine in Mitchell hall
Hall, a Physical Culture department for young ladies, a adet Company quite a number of their young friendsF'iiday 'VE WILL SELL Monday Orange Sprlngs,( Thursday 25. a. In.
For Leesburg. Croom. Trilby, Tarpon night. Come one and all, and have a Ocala. all of March.
good literary a School Orchestra} and a fine locationon
evening at their beautiful
western shore of Tampa Bay, in one ot the most progressive and home. Colonist tickets to CALIFOR. TRAIN NO. 21, 2:31 A. M. Springs' Clearwater Bellealr, St. Petersburg good time. Plenty of band and string The law requires all returns to be

beautiful towns in Florida. Two fine dormitories will be available Manintf'r..sting games were NIA, OREGON, WASHING.TON and Intermediate points. music. Admission, 15 cents.J. made by the first of ApriL
plajed. Then all retired to the diningroom
April ith. This is one of the best equipped and organized schools in where refreshments were serv IDAHO, UTAH and the TRAIN NO. 47, 3:30 P. M. For Juliette, Gulf Junction, Homosassa W. Wesley, Mge. Alfred Ayer,

the South. ed. The e\enmg was pleasantly spentby GREAT NORTHWEST and intermediate points. Tax Assessor Marion County.
IS FREE all .
For Juliette. High Springs. Live Oak.
Necessary expenses for board, etc., for the special six weeks term Viola Anderson who arrived CHEAPDuring TRAIN NO. 45. 10:30 A. M. Dupont. Waycross and all points east Rev. H. W. Little will preach at

beginning April u, 1904, need not exceed $14. Hoard at the dormi- I here a few weeks ago from Arcadia and west. St. James Protestant Episcopal church "Two physicians had a long and

tories will cost $3 00 per week, and e\er\thing is "lurnished. Write in DeSoto county where she was stubborn fight with an abscess on my
tonight at, 7:30. The public is cordially -
for circular giving full information in regaul to the special term. teaching will leave for Tallahassee March and April. Our TRAIN NO. 49, 7 A. M. For Juliette, Gulf Junction, Homosassaand invited to come out and hear right lung" writes F. J. Huges of Du

JOS. E. GTISIXGKR; ; Pri- cipal. soon. where she will enter the state route takes you through ST. intermediate points. him. pont Ga., and gave me up. Every

normal. LOUIS KANSAS CITY, COLORADO body thought my time bad come. As a
Trains No. 3: and 21 carry Pullman Sleepers.
Miss Elsie Perry, having returned and SALT LAKE. last resort I tried Dr. King's New Discovery -
Trains No. 33 and 78 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars. Look towards No. 10. the new blue-
home a ('t'rtainoung man looks CITY. I for Consumption. The benefit I

THE DAISY SEED FARM. lonely.A P. & O. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on painted stall for meats of all kinds. received was striking and I was on my

gang of safe blowers visited this -THE SCENIC LINE Stndays. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11.15: p. m. and fresh and salt water fish. Cedar feet in a few days. Now rye entirely

Columbian Beauty SeeJ:;: Corn the .'-" niun. > OUt 01 the world. It took the place Friday night. They dynamited Train 21 connects at :St. Petersburg-with Independent Line of steamersfor Key and river oysters, arrive daily. regained my health." It conquers all

premium at the World's Fair The iorn is snow whit--. Urge grain, and small I the safe of Mr. Brown and succeeded OF THE WORLD" Tampa and Manatee river points. Oyster prices until Monday will be. Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung

cob. weighs 60 Pounds to the Bushel. 3 For full complete and reliable information regarding rates through car Qart, 2c.; gallon SOe. I will guarantee -
to 5 Ears to the Stalk: grows from in getting away with $2000:!( in ca! h. troubles. Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly _

250 to 300 Bushels to the Acre. It i is worth its weight in golJ. The Seed from Make your arrangements new. arrangements, sleeper! reservations etc- call on any Atlantic Coast Line them to be all O. K. I am only a Drugstore. Price SOc and $L

which this Corn is grown w.ts brought Ju-re from Genoa. It.ily. in l i9'J. by Col. HAVE YOU INDIGESCTIONT agent, or address little overstocked this week. Opened Trial bottles free.

? Geo. Siewers. The price of this valuable Corn i i. b> mail postage paid: If you have Indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia I. E. REHLANDER T. C. WHITE, Division Pas'l'ngergent.. w bile you wait Call at once with your

Half Pound, 30c.; One Pound, 50c.; Three Pounds. $1; One Peck, $2.50; Half Cure will cure you. It has cured Traveling Passenger Agent H M EMERSON Traffic Manager W. J. CRAIG General Pass. Agent pails and be convinced. L E. Tomp- WHY THEY STAMPEDEDFrom

Bushel, $oJ: One Bushel, $7 Two kins. stall No. 10. city market.To .
; Bushes $12. E\er package! guaranteed to thousands. It is curing people every i Wilmington, North Carolina. ( the Houston Post.)

give satisfaction, or money cheerfully refunded .it HI".... I refer you to S. E. day-every hour. You owe it to MISSOURI PACIFIC I -- I -I don't understand what ails all the
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Stew ait. espostmaster and merchant. R. R l>. No 3. Wmston-Salem. N. C.. yourself to give it a trial. You will the .Editor: I would like to correct -i men" said Miss Elderly.

or to any reliable merchant in the city. Order today and be ready to plant continue to suffer until you do try it. RAILWAY the notice that appeared in the 1 When I was coming to town this

when the season comes. The best i is alw.ixs the iheapest. For a success There is no other, combination of disestants CHATTANOOGA TENN. Soiltiloril Pacthc Copany Star on the ISth inst. relative to the' morning two men climbed telegraph

"Lost and Found" of Dr. Chare's
that digest and rebuild, at the ---- poles and one nearly killed himself
THE -- --- ---------
DAISY SEBD FARM same, time., Kodol does, both. Kodolcures. etbook. I am the one who picked up jumping a fence."

P. O. Box 352. Winston-Salem, N. C. strengthens and rebuilds. Sold JOBPRINTING L the book. and not knowing the rightful. Mdon't you kno'oit's leap

by Wm. Anderson Ocala.. Fla. "SU SET kOUTEI owner. held the same until I could ascertain -, year!" replied Miss Pert.

-...................................!-".!..!-".!..-..-....-....-.'"..-.-......::0:............... its rightful owner. When it,
THE OCALA POSTOFFICE becameknown to me that Dr. Chace and
1 I The best physic. "On(@ tried
I had lost a pocketbook of the description -
j Best Service to Texas Mexico and California.Oil of the I found. I the you will always use Chamberlain"Stomacfi
NineHERBINE. I Mails Close, North BoundS. Neat one am one, and Liver Tablets," says Wfl-

I .\. L.. .. . . .12lu: p.m. daily Burning Locomotives that returned it to him. I feel' that the liam A. Gerard Pease. Vt These Tablets -

I.S. A. L . . . 9.:Ou p.m. dally above correction is due me. are the most prompt most pleas
Quick Dust Grime.
No Cinders or
A. C. L S. S. O. & G.. W. H. Smith. in
( north of Juli ant and most reliable cathartic use.

S of Pure Juices from Natural Roots. | ette .. . . .10-10: a.m. daiy: For sale by all druggists.
all thePeople Mails Close, South BoundA. ,

.4k REGULATES the liver, Stomach and Bowels: \ C. L.. . .. 1:00 pm. daily!! SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS RATES One Minute Cough Cure gives relief
Artistic in minute. because it kills
one the mic-
Ii Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood. S. A. L.. .. .. . . .. .2 p.m. daily I, USE TRYIMRemedy ;
| robe which tickles the
i--\.. C. L. . . 2:35 p.m. daily Through Pullman Tourist Cars to California mucpus membrane -

Suffer Malaria Biliousness I j A C. L. : CURES Constipation, Washington same time clears the phlegm draws out
. . .. .
ette 3:00 p.m. dailyS. Mullen for Coughs Colds .
Stomach and and Intermediate Points. the inflammation and heals and ,
Impaired Digestion.Diseased fEierj ,
from a f A. L. for Tampa, Fla. 9 p.m. daily All Kinds Great
soothes the affected parts. One Minute LaGrippc. Nature's 1

Bottle Guaranteed t to She Satisfaction IOTTrO. I Star Routes ALL INFORMATION CHEERFULLY GIVEN Cough Cure strengthens the lungs, RemedyforaflThtOatafldLung !

LARGE' 8&XJVX.*X>O8 I. IPrice. (Daily except Sunday.) Price Right- wards off pneumonia, and is a harmlessand

5O Cents. i Fellowship Blitchton, Berlin and Ma- never failing cure In all curablcasts Troubles. Tfcoronghiy .!

Liver | i zie. . . .... .2:30: pm.Connor 'I 11 J. F. VAN RENSSALAER,. of Coughs. Colds and Croup. One tested for 30 years. 25c. j

1 PrtprtdbyJXMESF.BAUARD.StloulsMo, | I Grahamrille and Silver THE STAROCALA Minute Cough Cure Is pleasant to take.
.1 1 Central S. For Safe
. . SOc. and $ ty ..;1
W4MQ&firif&3M&t"' t "'mmpTor ; .? -tIt j Springs. .:2:30! p. m. ; harmless and good alike for young and ,

sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores. I Calvary and Shady .. 3:00: p. m. FLA.. j 1G o; W. Way, T. P. A. J 3 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga; old. Sold by Wm. Anderson. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. :


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