The Ocala evening star.

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


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


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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10 cents a Package
Pretzels 1 5c a pourd

-spratt's Dog Biscuits

Brook Trout
Soused Macktrel

Triscuits 1Oc a pkg.

Ferris Square Break-
fast Bacon

Cranberry Sauce in
bulk and tin

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P. C. E3ant. WEIH.
The Beweler.

Handsome line of piwce
gods in stock fcr suits
troMsers and overcoats.
We are up-to-date in ma-
terial and workcrnnhip.
All orders skt-lvfuly and
promptly executed. work

Jerry Burnett,
Merchant Tailor.

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Ocala, Florida

Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machinery

Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Srreys, Carriages


Building Materials, Every Kind and Description


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C. L. ftiagersad R. R. Carrell
Editors and IProprietors.

Mr Sanaue-iIt. Pylesa. the we-Il knerwo
citige-ra lot ha .affi %IIIbe- seen by
hip anraopun'--men-rt elsepwhere in theme
columna.. is a carkeidate for county
rommitita',n#-r fo-r tho-L third district.'
fonarl r-p..a.rt'-I ~yMr. Fr'.d S.
Luclux- Mr. l'yl'-vq in'one- rotthe Piofleer.
ctitam-nam ref aMamni(on jirnty. and on#! of
Its moAst autc-pwfiul anid ProugeroUS
fariner. Hs- %tax alwp a npotefi gure In,
tthe- de.-ve-Iiqimat e'.four phiosphatehin-
te-re~ta. troom whic h he. re-tireod several
V-arv ago,. h avng made- a great suc-
vo-sa of hii,' toumare-Pp. It in u.,eles for
un Itsigo into 4detalil' of higietan-ling
am a f-tta.-n and an abl#e business mar..
oh'. whohis s iqa~luay5labior'.d for the,-
be-st Ar~t#'-p--tp cof tho- county, and If his
frienis anit, he-third dIstrait sw- fit tn
honoatr him vwith the Qiffico. the-y -an
r-xt aieuro-d th-y will hsivt- a cortscl.
rcitlqrius and ab~l#e r#ePrm4ntastivfe on thip
expunty kb'aarol.

I't-aum'. ask youir -h3 Phican If# s'-r-1 ior
I#aea i'your gr-' Ai 0an rd ',r-Ieriq for
urugn %%i'h i~q.We- give 'uar-ful atl*ter-
Mon1. rproriapt 'l'livirry anid t ii'- i'. -ttt ef
gor-ii-es. Tydirirae & Voe., phel P No.. 3',p.

Itn -qty I~* tar v.6- "Titeittt us-il th-
fact fttot Mr. :4,-firaj-li#-r. rinertmix-r iof the-
';'.lden Act- p;l~arantlitn. ,-.oth 'if Ocwala.
had fourfchaa--I lto-v. C4'I.F.. I'i-v1e-tls finel

geed toy M!. 3M IKit, op W- .rr--,l In
this Tta- raaitio. of't,# pu.( hrax.-r sho)ul'
hxic to-.-,,M.-T IK Sfiviedr. th- .l'ith-
In ife r,4-1t;1uat #of it, .d1a Mr. It'asM,. the
orm.ta.r qof It.-rst-j.rai- -ahw Mr. Sny-
4#-r -Up.. oi;--tq it#..Pm-'unl- pca i
M;ayI. %- ho-fia j-vtat,;aiplIy ti-s--.'iovpm %%'ill
tu'.ni~a a- hby Ifta- p, t '-a ties nt 'icu pying
itt'. r-selo- 'It-- hiwl-lir1ig!4

L~a gril;.r"e '-ughti yi'-H' quickly to tht-
anond~i-wfi~ul ral iv- qizalit he-s of F'.l'y'--t
Werioa-y arid Tar. Tht-r'- Is tnethring '-1-
*,jusqt as gnK.IN." Staldltoy thf 'otifi'

Tito- -iit% court %%as -lv his mtryon-
trig. S-.14%-ra ei t il-. .-. lfi llar heng

t ai -i. a ttular o;,-r in 1Ihout 11111111I- lV C r-Tj
'ht ag 1fxthe-isa 14tI ha'-ocasl--r Th.-yn~a yopr
fltie-itth4-triaSO; atA -I i-ut-I -a--h. They
acr- r ii V-olwtsr ''e'.-I b+en th#-v
Wtomoloil-l a., aafeiro.hisc hfoiorac

If its a loillitawl attack. take 'hamrtoc-i -
lain's S'eatn~a- Iau]i-ilv-- Ti l~la tile :,!*..1:a
qul'-k i.tva ia -A. t1'-I.
all -11 uggisut~.

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of M .31i <4'ha.lT Itl hin.-itu.-I

ThetO (aila Jeri-y C'rte:mery ranl u--
jlly a few imot-i ustni-ers wha :lpi a '.-
**ialte go-I stall I--i tnilk -o cr. -ar, .
Ite of alt- ,u iv-la tI1 tih,- lial-tling ofi
aliilk. Is. IM. ItIiiv. I'roplti.-tor.

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One of the most Irmn.tik tble ,.s.s of ST
a ,oldl. 4 p-,-s,'-:tt. on the luiies. o 'ius-
ing prs-urni *, in itt that o.f \lra i '^T-

To ;any stub,-. i!-r of the (acla Star The Norma Martinez. the C. H. S.. .
utiA, has a ;t :tr. l oIuld lik- to th- El Solu. and the Farna Nac-inal:l er.ti ely u i y the ue f n in- .
t.Uy o'"- ir n-i.- ;.i--i.... of rnusi., by four of the- best Sc. cigars madt- in ute i,,ugh Cur. -he says: .The i -
s-ni. us your n.rnri- .in a-Iddr-ss, we Tampa. andr many others to be found t cughing ,an, stra !-t.)\%-i tkkcl InTe 1l.-.,
Aill ni.iil- on ippreov.r live -pie-s of .n T. WV. Troxle-r's cigar case. that I ran ,o,' in Ieight fr)m 1 to i
muxic. instr uiir-i il or voral. as you
ti' i4 pounds. I tri- t a number af r4m- Yi,,
,,.% y ,,I,.t, 1. r >tryi,, th-mn ,ane, RESIDENCEE FOR SALE edi-s to no av., until I used On. M l ,
ay -u .,, t, -un all y,, ,i, n t .uto ough Cure. Four bottles of thO B ,.vi,
aii.i t ,.-tr 5-.-,nts in post;.ag I Offer for Sale My Residence, Near won; ul remrnly cure, me entrely if 4..
.,,r ,-.a h j-ri-- *. I, ,%.%i. It will cS't 1the School House, in Ocala, Containing the cough. strengthened my lun.s and
,, .-. -i t .a i-a Ia I, r-- i 10 Rooms, Bathroom and kitchen; is in restored me to Inv y r.-rn:il weight. TI
t'ut i- W. ',-- '.irty hie: atl" ill the- late- _
SExcellent Condition and Fitted With he-alth and strength. S-old by WN in. An- F
p,>,.l;,r T ii; .s l r.ilr *-, iii-zz,,s .l s .1 S.- ii0t.- i 1. S\d- s.-li .-all -rur iiust .it Ire--hrIlf the, Balance on Easy Terms; Title Perfect.
;.ubllish.l r S list i -'i- *-x, -it th- pll es, DAVID S. W OODROW, flin have'- lrn, .- th--r.i l tol i tho-
f-aral ill nia r" .I l-,it ra .1 .- ,-;at;lague Room 12. Postoffice Block Meeadows. rni-r t'itr':. here a L.VT-fToot .MI
\ -t'; fur tiishimc tmtany intusiI
S. f ii with tcornne-ts th- mn:ll nith the .A. A .
i i .i THE REGISTRATION BOOKS I.. railroa.l. They tow th-ir logs frim -.
tii',i, ;inlI Kiahl,-- pi.111 lta--?heas. 4;iv@'i the east sid.- of frtng Lake to the i sl,
.s ... Wilson ;iand <'.. Will be- -n in Ocala Tuesd-ay. Thurs- t
mill. Thc#- .t;irtel,! ul, th-itr mill I hs
,1u -, le.:-l,.ri ,Ia I 'ity. la. day and Saturday. March 22, "4 and 26.; m, a T hy nt theek mill t e st in u ll
and on the same days of the subsequent
-, ., riinning ord r. They have hi--ei idle -1er,
cFOR SALE weeks following the dates given. i-
FOR SAL sine Niove-imber,. ;aus I by t hi.s re- M1r.
Donnie Ferguson,
moval. :a It.
An Upright Piano. but little used; Registration Officer. ____ th
Cabinet Bed; a Writing Desk. suitable WAKEFUL CHILDREN A .
for office or business; also a Complete ,- .
Dinner Set, etc. These articles are 'For a long time the two-year-ol Be-.Iri-lilen. nllhr- in- 1 ,leqtitute. S i-h.
worth the attention of anyone needing ,.hil f Mr. I' L.- 'herso. 59 N. i ri,. the conditin of :in old
them. and they will be sold cheap. Call T-irth St., .arritburg. la.. %oul sleep *slli-r by n:iTno of J. J. ll;i\'.n., V r- NE%
at 217 S. Orange St.. or address E. E. but two or three hours in the early part s.ills. 0. For years he %was troubled
Converse. Ocala. Fla. Ii f tht- night, wl.ich maile it very hard wiith Ki-Itey diseise-. ,in-d neither ,doc-
fo_ r ha-rher parents. iHer mother concluded t,-rs tor imeliin-,s gav,\e him rr-lief. At, T1
that the child ha-l stomach trouble., llen th het tried Ele-tri.-- itt.-rs. It sol'.
ARE YOU GOING NORTH OR WEST arn, gave her half of one of Chamber- put him n it his fe--t in short oirlpr. and T
SI:ini'a Stomach and Liver Table-is. nowu h, testii.t-s: "I('n ton the. roild to *',a
Th o!l & Nashville R. R. Of- hih quie-td her stomach ani she mlte recove-ry." Host on e:rth for T
s5 i Modo'rn trains carrying l'ul!man sleep- IX f th Tablets a- aff St ch li ,I ,,r-lints. n-
Srs tilto ilat' coacha-s. free reclining
ioa s. free raining arient cure and she is now well ly S. ihuarnanteed by the- Anitl-Mo- -l
(hair ars aid ,iling cars. between ,'til string. For sale by all druggists. il,,poly Drugstore. :
SoliiT h'iri antd Northnli cities. The im

line dining car -ervice in the South
All agents .1Il thriigh tickets vial and
I.,f ,; :i;atu, -..i f l ii is* I ..N. Tlhe *'a rrnti hail and o5 'in Po. keep
tills .Fi,'- ,-t .i .,lt I.. ..a .- -,- For rates. s-h.edlul-s and sleeping ,i.sttn:i on han-I, t---iving a fresh
, .tt,. l,,u... Th. r,- ..lar r.-si-a-valions apply to J. M. Flea. supply .very two days. JdliiMous. pure-
l-s 9 .i 0 i.o f 1. it,, t- a,.. :i a, : ing. Florida pias(,nt.ger agent. 206 W. I -;,i liat 'ir-came ry butter. 25. ,ents. per
ai lu ., ha,. ,lI- htinas ki.,'i. ay St.. Jacksonville. or CL. Stone, pounil. kept on i 1'h'at- No. 37.
.- 1 il au .ai at iiaa t oc,. k P. A.. Louisville. Ky.
toioi.t.0ow iii frontil of Ilh.. PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD
S'LIu. s1>.0w.Ingf i.s I,,..s 111.t- .CHILDREN'S COUGHS AND COLDS lhtl ntie.-r follows the use of Foley's
v..l,'ai kl.lllt..i. .i I,'.al',s_ iiai-y ili- Tar. It stop.s the cough.
tl ,' ,. '. ,st for .M t.. J,-, Mc';,ath. :27, F. 1st St.. h'e-als "and- strengthens the lungs andd
IIIu t hil-is n. K. ai tt 1t .: ha giy iff rilrs perfect security tIron an attack
.ha' a... Try it. I .s., lt -c I tu i l.,l' l ,-h , p to nY of pneumonia. -Refuse substitutes.
.. ..'.. li h il-] it,.n fr cii ths rid m.-Iolds for the: sol'1 by the Postfoffice IDrugstore.
Mir i" : M. ir n i ,of Mt.-, IBluff has -past l.u *'. u s. .a.I1 litil it tle ,
hi.4s n i i.- ur I. l his ft il.,s I ..- 1.t - 1i ti- I e\, U .-'d." I'lalike Ti:liyV FRESH FISHH
"- it.- .a .iail at, -t. ii tili \ ,.mnnitila-ns aiuhti I'!ir s. it ,, n.aii:ns n-,o ai illiins. Iki, rTim ki the. hustliigf tish. ys-
*l ,t.e-t -i tl ii. thae f.ilih. di.lti'tl Itul will -. llih- :i .t h,;il iny disease of ti-? :tnI fri sh tl-eat It:in of the ,*ity
tbut has t I.- It 1I: it, h-. i -i this tim- thli t :li!,:ti :ia-I l liu ,iuis ker any i ark.-t. has its stock ev .ry lay tine
t -a;euus. f I liitis , I 1 uiltI at'e si i.i.s .uitil loi.k after Anti-M,,tio . hil l artuc fat lii&f t mtis n-sts. Mr. Mtar-
liti is one of h.- i n.-'-ir se-ttl.-rIs of his -
ell-cll l and i: tllistl w o-tthy ltizen,. a
tn.1l 1 I .ia .... l .illInTI--lit ll. w:ittd we'.ll4 BIIti c ij IJ *9 RiL U R A N ^ -,"

s'rva i t
mih hia.hul Il.Ja k i- an .a-imtnr.ilule Iulla

V4lIt SAI.E: .-heap. faor F s- t C lass M eals
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full sht-e, anti' t:i A1'pply t,, Mits .1i .
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Oysters in all Styles


Dining Room open antil mkinight. Personal
attention given to special orders, anything
the market offers prepared for the table on
short notice. *

Dumb iWaiter Connects With Bar

Skilful Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands
Special price to Regular Boarders


At MIcGra tl's Stand


Mr. Slayden Fakes. son of Dr. R. 14.
likes. a former lla ige orange, grower
4in .ake Wei-r ;tvenul. is setiing out
fift,-pi i rt-s inl .'l. t I." ,;in ti.eos. He
h:as h~-enli enli i.e-'l in th-% \-irk for sf-v-.
tr:al months. 11i- will ri-turn shortly" to w h'-re his tfa other .is n:igd
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Tht- Star roagr.-!ts :r, h!-r.-. r:i- !he
.1'-;ith #_f a .i ;.ta."rJ a .- S T7,arnr.-, f

i F a~~n.Hg -n~ w.- onr.r-l
Sunfa th 1uvlhots:.: kur2 -f ;
wa amot stm.t,- h-... r z-r

and a brother (if Marrin's Andr,'a 3.
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al for th.- t.*- '-.- rd:s of tho
ity if, m'-wt ;m r. .. *url r -

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an-I h~s trm'- ,.r-:r-g ev .u-.nt
lag~tl ;-nq.-, h- Itin. h- :g

H;, rrisar-I r-:WA I!,.!t:. 2i!-r

but notlb-tInetr tto- '-w fl',.j th.- ornmil-
te-'-an co'. cifyb-ly el~tp. th'-y. t--. .t i
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Th .r-- '.w h,' .tr- .a ir;.r-rs ..l adher-
- .f VW:!;. ni: IRt.r. l,,:;,h Hrarst for
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at n -,'n in '.h ,- ,u: h,,-ij -ila. ani
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h,- Pr.,--:.': hi- ;:: -am-,i-t th,- ol --
tllrri H-i"1t : -" nti" itiZt'Z i ,.t "
in ;n, ty-. i'-r"- I rg-liv iti -v -
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'.l-.' Thi-f \\fe 2. of them.
-i ouI n.t A. i -r *r -xp:-
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-t to ai tirn or -h.y.


[s.. It. ; i;.ak.- :et'urr. -. I y-st. lty

iniu frim lmurnn..:'.n. h-.r she has
S visittiing h-r b:,ith.-r I.t i.
. .aind t:r il. Y.-st-rS ,t .y. NI rs.
ke. 'with Mr. rai.d Mrs. I. 1. Slt.tnlie-
IMr. ardi .Mis. H. IH. San.l--r- of Hol-
Mr. l '-r.son. Miss M.itti-e Iamznble.
Ed 'I'-liira-nts atnd I1Miss Ii.atsy Milli-
- '*I !-- tio I.1l0 Sixt-in. where
" < :,;-ptutd pIl-nty of th- tinny tribes
enijoiyed-l :i lov-ly outiligt .MMrs. L.
*,ilari -is .of l:rook.s v .!.* .*-turne toi,
la \with Mrs. itlake.


is ilniuthl.t.- l-'irst -.. S. H:inly.
h- Lig.lht'ing a' uiahi. toIt Wiili:ain-

he Little Sh--ph-el of King-oiin;
r- J..l:n 1. x. Jr.
i. M.- ,r-; Il .-:tnlis -J. lrtlke.

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il l.ts, h ol' thi- ;T i; Irds 1. S. .M -r-

h" l.itt *he ..Ili.-! .1M E. W'. lIat-

- I. l i'.-.iv : Ia e-- I. is. Tr.-. Mrs.
-lv'-t ;!Io -1. S. M.1-ir!im:an.
,,lt of I-.athllielil-M-ason.
-,i-a'r I'-v-ri-lI ;e-, htr n.
torvy 4f th"e ;rnav.-lys -Salt'-rs.
h-- iH.-art of H;min--M.. 'r.a fard.
hie lilbary will I- itopen alter the-
,f A i ,ti foy n 4 t4 1. ; It m.
Louise i ;:;n;msly.

-- ________ i T. a). irry;n. the -x.-il.-nt bookke-..p-
SO SWEET AND ',. fl-r .1M Iv-" I .1r;, K.y. is ,,n thoe
,', i-i la'itn'at list. art l lth-: in laitlhnrs
S h.- vhe;I ill 1 t:-io.l ftill 1 r-p uof
it -: sl.s ithin thi e r next tv-:ity-four
Mrs. 4'. I'etesir. *;a., I.ake St. To- r
i-.ka. Kanli.. s eakilitg of" Illla d 's HIre-
hounril Syiup. says. "It has n.--% tfaile-l
toa give !itire satisfaitinl. :I. i I of all
touigitl r.lnle li.s it is itly t.o it.. :an-
I must confe-ss to my f:i--n Is thI at it s1 ilt I l
,->. a Ind l as i.line. what is -clait-e f..r A .e t i
it-- t sledily -nure a I ,-utzh tor :i ,i0l 1.
and it is so, sw-e-t andl so ple -singI 1 .-nnoun
t:tste-." .... .",'*.. :,nid $1 a ,it:.- at the
Ai.ti-Monoiolly Drugstore. Ammam %am Aa f m m* n m


l A... . .

- $50,00O.

R. L. Anderso, arce Cai p,

George Ford,

H. bL tm Fo
Herbert A. Ford.



ces her



The opening of this pcopulir milh'i-.-y hou!e .Ias the sk'.Il event of the
season. All style. all cormbina.tions tr ::!mmr. ,f :.n e. ..\ r- .ian f--rn.s.
an- the v.ariel effect proluce-. by the !-ft h in !As of -:n:-' ,.,n he h.kl at
this Woman's Headgear Em;,orium. If you -***'k style. quat'.:: .inl price.
their large stock gives you an ,o),;orrtu:.:ty.
L. K. NELSON A CO.. Merchants' Sleck



Staple and Fancy Groceries Deliered .

to all Parts of theCity




Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchus




For County Treasurer
If. in the j.1gr.-nt uf the people of
Marti-n cunty. I have faithfully and
-: :!t;:ngy .-ischarged the duties of
* ur.:% trefi ar-rr. I respectfully ask
th.-ir su; ;..-rt in the approathing dem.
, ,r.ttic primary. Thos. E. Pasteur.

For County Treasurer
I r-.;.-. tftily submit my name to the
- ,' it:- v '.-rs of Marion i ounty .is
a ..ii for ,ounty treasurer at the
S*:i,; ; : i ihn.r 'y. M.iy I-. If elected I
- t- f.iithful and honest admiuais-
r,-.tirn of the office.
C. I Bittinger.

* For Clerk Circuit Court
I hereby announce my candidacy for
r,----l., tin to the offi,'e of clerk of the
,i:iuit court. subject to the action of
th- .i-i!i'-. :rati< voters at the primary
--t, t:..n to be held May It,. 1904. I takt
this o;,.o-:rtunity to thank those who
:.tvi- supp-orrtrl me in the past, and
tust my :t- orIl in the office has been
such as to enable them to vote for me
tain. S. T. Sistrunk.

For County Judge
I pr-sent my name as a candidate fo
S".1"tiNy jtiuie. subject to the democrat-
i, pltrimaries of May 1-i.
Robert Bullock.

For Superintendent of Public Instruc-
I take this method in asking the cit
i..eis of Marion county for their sup-
port in the primary of May 10. for the
r,"'iinnation of county superintendent
of pulli,, instruction. If re-elected I
shall .i firk for the improvement of the
s. hooils and the best interest of the
couni.ty. Respectfully,
W. D. Cara

For the Legislature
I hereby announce myself as a can-
,-iil; for the legislature from Marion
* ,,iry. subject to the democratic pri-
in,try. iand solicit the support of the
l-nrii. ratic voters on the 10th of May.
lo--spectfully, Carlos I. Sistrunk.

For Sheriff
I hereby .announce myself as a can-
. i.att thIr the office of sheriff of Ma-
i.ain ,lounlty, subject to the action of
ith- dt-imocratic primary. If nominated
.in.i elected I promise to perform the
-lutii-s of said office to the best of my
ability. Henry Gordon.

For County Commissioner, Dist. No. 3
I h-r,-by .innouin rnmy candidacy for
,'*tunty ", iirni;'iio'ii i-r from commission-
-r.!- iisrit No. 3. M.trion county. sub-
j.-I t to th- action of the* democratic
.: miiary -if M.iy I". 19a*i.
S. R. Pyles.

I ill se11 you a home cheap, and on
easy terms. F. W. Ditto. Merchants'
bloi k. Ocala. Fla.



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Friday, April I st and Saturday the 2nd.

The Ladies are invitAl to call. Elegance of
st'e. arnd beatitfu (- deigns will more than make
uti- t-,r the delay.

i:.....x \. .. .- i *: Mrs. Tompkins will take pleasure in showing you he
,, : ...... stock of Easter Hats.
v ; h *! .*1*t\


t,* ,.. I' i" *. .,;
H, -: ." ". . ,-- V: ... ".--

-.,:. :.- s t. ;- .- -. ::--

-- .i: n -,. :; "- ',: i -. ,- ,';-n 'm:. ;: .' -. .
r r:..- -:."; '." ; -: a'.t:. *' :-

of Sewing Machines

We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used--s-ee
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 see
and tried, if desire.
We will sell these machines very loe for cash. Prices run from to $1
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 attachmentL
Graphophones and Records. A Graphophone and G Records for $I


T. W SMITH & COMPANY Y Frnreo Fu i Goods at

i F /\/A F "SMITH'S"

Carry a Full L'ne of General Hard ware. and are now open for business in
the Fishel Oid Stand. West of the S;uare.
All Goods New and Ffrst Class: Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints; a
Co.,plete Supply on Hand. Oi's. Lead. etc. Stoves. Ranges. Farm Tools of all




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Ocala Evening Star, Thursday, March 31, 1904

-V -V .Y.

I -i

PM m maminqplm ma am aWin~

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Commierlial THank *

R. S. Hall,

George MacKay,


f A

muimm" BbCL

Ocala Evening Star, Thwuday, March t31, 1904.


The Daughterm of the Conf ederacy
Will give an Kaster egg hunt Friday
aftei noon in the G;ary grove on Fort
!,King avenue. All the children of the
.ity .ate invited to toe -present and par-
ti. ipatt- in the pleasures of the after-
wn<,,n. It is for the- t ne-fit of the monu-
m.-nt fund. tn admission of 1I cents

Washington. March 31.-Fair tonight
and Friday.
Twenty-fivf desirable building lots
State of Ohio, City of Teul-,lo. Lucas I tO 1 giv-n :'ay. B. H. Seymour.

c "ounty-sm.
I-'rank J. ('heney mnake" ojath he
is senior partner of th- turin ,of F. J.
4'he-nev and Cu.. doiiig busin-ss in the

' il t- charge-.l for all who participate. *ity of Toledo. county an I state afore-
In th- hunt. sai.J. and that said firm wiill .pay the
-- sum of One Hundred Icllars for ?each
Mr. J. K. Wilson. sal-sman in the ;tn.l -very case of Catarrh that ,annot
Oi ,:la Furniture store. ha.- vac-ated the be cured by the use of Hall's C'atarrh
houls.- occupied by him and family in I ur Frank J. Chenty.

Ab ;Qlvm~*.h! Po



'Cl,.-cc. 4 !i.ifl is inl teelA

1..- t-.ii*-r. is at ~~~-mhe--s ste,'e.

~ ~ tAt $e-~.75. 'c-a~a

ci r -thW1'c'-is g s


Thr- ,it o'. an di.l.a of candy
Il towni at Dame s.

Sthe- s-e ond ward and moved to one of
Mis. wx.ris' ' ,rot.,-:ty i ,,>wn%-nl by H. *'. Jon-s of the I
'<.it.i Hottim lin Wrks. In a few days!
Mr. Jo .n-- will iov- into it. M11r. Jones
L::e th- JIistii I'i -'* ,ot ov. ning the entire j
block. on half of w\ hic h are four houses.,
The- notth-rn hlf ,of th- lot he has en-
A ill e-re t a f.t,- on the same.


Sworn to before me and sutbs.rtll'ed In
my preserve. this 6th 'lay of rw-c'em-
ber. A. D. 1I6. A. W'. GlIe.ion.
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Hall's 'atarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, and acts dire. tly o4n the tbloo l
and mucous surfa,-t of the system.
Send for teistimonials. free.
F. J. C'hen-y and -'*.. To-,do, 0.
Sol by all druggists., 75'.
Hall's Family Pills are the b.-st.

- In Savatnnah. I- op. Greg'cry. ocharg-
-' ~iec- in- ci'ti'~-irae-i e-ct--.I n .e' sd with stealhsgif, g prec-ketbeiesk A ith 56!'

I uilliing of a n.--w op-ra house will lo-
h-ld \We'ldne-s l;.y. the 6th of Alpril. ati
the- -'ntial N.,0ional iank a:t 3 p. in.

---_ _

WH:irmp ('hamnl,-rs returned yesterday
Aiy kn e o h,. h.,t sor .-c1.1. quick- n rninrg friom I.-lianton. fourteen miles.
ly .-ived t i-southeast of Iet.nisellon. where he took
ina charge Will Agnew. i-harged with
Sr .st uy- ing the p-wtofficee at that place.
er. y lotr t si;tl* w tel* si uCnommissioner Willi. ms heard the case
and put the a us-.l under bond.
W h !. i, i .,t,. sm ok*- th .- M il D -eyo
6,. i .,:. .1 ll p. i .i l .1d-al-rs. W ELL AGAIN
The many fri--nis of Jeohn Blount willl
ThI- inie-' -ncmpi4-tv- line ofl toilet arti- b 6 Ileasecl to l' .1I'll that he has entire-
Cl-- li h he- city :tl Tyldings & Co. lvy recovciel ftitmn his attack of rheu-
- iuiatisin. (' lain's 'Pain Ilalm
All i, o ,..- I. ii! o... for all uri?-,-l him aftle-i thic best doctors in the
kin-.- oI pi .....s ., ih.-. t.-a' Nt.- s C'o. tin (M.~ non. Ind.) had failed to give
-_ *--f. Thet plainptt relief from pain
Mi S .'i.t a.5. prom:rl-nrt cltiz..n w hi.-h this liniment affords is alone
o.i M. 1 '-I t v t!- ) }-.-t- -t!*e ith many times its c st. For sale
d:,. by all diuggists.

h, ." *r r,-a t, h*.ar t hf ..- Adjutant (;e -rwral Foster of St. Au-
Th.. Stn- aA,',,,flot. to ofr oi-ll., i f h '
. k ..- : .I. . W y ,.. ,f i:.- t- ustine an4. 'olon-el Norvell of the I'.
k, S my c.arltnn this afternmoon son the
.south iniisur A. '. I... 1 a di will inspe-ct
M i h.- ov.'frm he l Itetls .at the :er!oy t.oniht. They
\I. e 'I !j,,f -inietiIhe"in4 oil IN" e et ohe ite Captain
r,. ,...,.... | t,: .I ..1 "'h ,.. .. to th' <
iII., |i,,-'u iand Lieutenant ; ral:l n. The
ip.ubli. is cor' l l::lly invitel to the in-

g~i. i.-- ~ I Ic*- Ii L! i. t 11-,-

-mip," Lcityii-i -th h-tirnivr i laughter
emf ~t Ili 'Mts.t er!I:r.-. is

I--- xs l --.- 'ii- r3k.-" tho kid--
nc. -.tnt -A~ u.4c~~i4 mch
ira in;tt..,-Secl-liby the IccstcciTice

m ii- 'fths #-tc-ryx instorlled

ita~~ Is. i9 4 oftsct ~ Ix~ i the

I~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,, ;-~- IcrSprint,

- c -- .2- I fit- In~ N Ix

C-. ~ ~ ~ I'. -4'h -- c

tin. *. -- - - N

in it fom W. R. Mc<'onne-ll, has been
renia ended.

T. W. Troxier. Agent for Huyler'a
'andy. Fresh Shipnments Recepied

Mr. WV. L. Hiar. a mnelon grower of
WV-irsldatle-. was in tw',\n \'-iU -s.(liy .in1l
mn:tae the Star an appri ri-tel call. Mr.
Hard has. forty acres in melons. a mile
cast of the Weirs-lale station. which
are looking fine.

Received Daily

J. A'. I'ri,-st. T. Piri-tt. J.. M. J:tm .%,
prominent c-itizens of 4'itrus county.
wert- at the Mrontezurna yo-st-rday.

Oysters served in any style at
time'ss "'Parson" Young. the famous
Orala oyster cook. prepares them.

Mrs. E. N1M. Swain. who attondil,I the
W. H. M. So,. i.-ty of the M1. F. c-hurch.
tSolut!, left Itst night fo.r thir hotne in
Miiunie-. Iind..

The- excelln-it o-igairs n-i-le by c(harles
Pe-yse-r. the .Milo le-nyo and Gtran-l Roy-
-il. caln be hail at the 40 ala N-,ews (Co.

N- tice Mrs. Tompkins' Eastpr ,tetn-
Nociting as U..4c-l for ,ca'Inoiscours an iinsr f I.f'hms. tilne -l ess hats. If-r styles
A *'.an l Iy.v.eI l ,. -cigar. Seold- by all a;*e always the- cieam.tti of the- market.
;:inr i,.l ,l,-al*i ,. the fines-t tesiig s (of mnillini--Ty A- t itand
human -Of toii. A sp c.i.l iit.ation is
.-nry i;oridon. marshal of toIun'l- **xteilIi tio the l.:eli--s in this in-
cli, in.l :nli : .:e for sheriff of Ma-. noincermt*nt.
1i,.?. tltllllni:,u ;ili' !tOil fl-rom Fol t M1i-
, 'cy. iureka. l:.-.i Sparr and An- PIANOS AND ORGANS
th..ny se-,tieons ,' which he made a Should you desire a first class piano
th r-ouc ch .at' :i He feels highly .r '-- cn. c:-II :i:I; I ., t .our rp i, -s. .:Il. i

graltitie'l at tI.. I. nt-'la inll which the
\otierls t-e-ccive-! hitsi.

I:as w o Id--w ia-I' fame- fo.r Inalt vcelous
S"**-'-s. It sur-.tiss--s .ivy oithel r s.lve.
;oition o"- a.Illn for 'uts. <'o .. t:4rnis.
lmhls. Sor-s. Felons. I'lcers. Telter.
Salt lRhium. Fever So es. Chapped
lands. Skin Eruptions; infallible for
Piles. Cure guaranteed. inly 2c. at
the Anti-M3,oniopoly Diugstore.

Doctors E. Va.n and Walter Hood.
Izl.r and I'owers now -ccupy the new
Yonge blotwk. Just east of the M. E.
church, on Fort King avenue. Tele-
ihobne. No. II.

Th.- n.aiin Wit. il Ha.zel is much
iicsecl. F. < '. t-Vitt and to.. Chi-
S,1c,. .a,;t th,- i vnL-ot.,rs tof the original
.;; i only g ,Tu'.inli' Witch Hazel :Ialve.
LA c-;:taiu cute fior Cuts. Hurns. Iruis-
c's. IE, T.-ttcr. Piles. etc. There
.! tiatiy ciouniitrf ets oaf this salve.
. cnw of h'ic h ih t-- i.inge-r ous. while
x.,y a;ill wort hle-ss. In buying Witch
11 ,.-: S.alv'- see- that the name E. 'C.
Ii.-\' itt .iniI '.. ,n.ia. cu:'e is ,*-;t:ain. Sold by Will.
Atln iti ol.. *,cala.

.1 \\" P'tarso.n r,-turne,>l this n ncdn
fr-ini his Sulnt'-r county oil cwell. weat-
i .; siiIeh that in,!i- .tt-d there w its
.:thang in th,-e wind.

"1 .'t ,*i', .:*,u.s ot f 1 kin .. in if the pro-
-- ,t, *,. o .t..n H l. :n-.i in bulk for
;:<.::.1.;!: p;i ,po~ .- It has been of
c- .it .us.-. It "' 1i1 ": -a.ting c .is'S off
:s s ;" .s t l.:-o;:ro ht .n I-y ext esses or
.4% :-w*.k I h t it, neve-r known it to
Si;i in 'rest ':;:nc the organs aiffe.-tel. to
:h'-ir l.,.::c-.t a ; l- t\ i ." i .,,. bo.'ttles at
the Anti-Mociit;o':y Drugstore. M.,it;, l;.>,um of Pittsburg.
P'. wh' h t is l.-,n the guest of Miss
M.>: .* H::;. it:'- c the wc% enter left


ujfice Ox-er Nlunrc.v & Chamblisp

-'urniture ('o,.


1Miss Su t l'- .-ft y' -s'-ri!,ity I visit
th.r sisters. Mis. J.I. k.,on :cT, Mrs Pat-
it-l s n o f .Mianli.


Room 12, Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.
No. 1.-For the Best Home in the City,
three! blo< ks ltiom square. Holluse has
1, roons an.l ocupie-s a wh, le block
of KI'oul : t line baiin. elc. 'rice,
$;.'0n. Very easy tel ms.
No. 2.-Beautiful McConnell grove:
lots l xeex2.c;,: tinest thing in town ftor
hotnes. Prices. from $2,_.c to $,5'.
They w ill go quick.
No. 3.-Good 6-room house, and lot
%ecx2cct feet. Price. if sold at once.

No. 4.-Several small houses that pay
l-Il a.s in-ve enlts. Pr i-es. from
$1t0) to e$6o0. Terms to suit.


William Tucker has now a full stock
eof fresh beef. pork. mutton and sau-
sage. ir; addition to fish and oysters.

Owing to the tfa t that thm r-tuirn
privilege- h:t< t -, : ce-. :i i.- y : *sri,'-t.-I
.tnd the Ve'r s1r1..,,- ,:.: :'. in t !;. bu.s-
iln -S .it the. le- T, lh ,- .. N ,- '**, ,-
; .c > .in i \ \ tM >:t ~. c: -:v ..n, .
th e :i t" ,,f t N.-\\ Y.,k \ ,o'!! :tni
A. ii'il i1 ii1 f: .' ; .- dd :10 *** : c Cc
Sop. y. For the l..:y *- :. : ;* t.
r-tuia!" subs, :rib-r< w:." :x:.itt::. as


The ni .\- t xsit ,,: I, -E T.
Att -: e .- .: m i .. i 'At. 1-s ; t.e .! x
s.r%-;i . ,: T :n;.i. ::. "'h i: s ...

F.-t- rexiewc r s : *; :*- -: -

N.-th:nc hXk-- :: ;, ". :. :.- ..-:- -
.** ; ," :y $: .- $: : -
,:*: .: ,, ," "" : ::- A: H ', -

* h,'r- No. :-". city.


The ladie-s of tho Episcopal church
Sill gi\- silver tea at the golf
wre,unls. Tu-sday aifterioon. April 3.
f,, n :; t,, *; ,,'. 1,' k. I'Pl.Int;tti4n n olgs
\'ith banjo .t umImpanimr-nt. a table
s;.-,-ially for the little ones and a gilf
*-rnt-st will furnish F-nt-rtainnirnt for
il. *'*,nv',,-es will be provi.ied to
-in-i f"i.prn the- grounds. at the low fare
-of l -il,ts eac-h way.

The rt-nm.,:ns of Mr. and Mrs. James
Po_,s.-r'ce littli- i:Il were lail to re-st in
the- ,l4-l -n.-.t-iory this afternoon.

S . H:ik-r of Phila-lelphi.s. whop has
spI"-.t th- \, inter here as a guest of the

Friends of the Ocala Rifles are W or-
dially invited to be present at the in- SS--
spe tion to be held by Adjutant Gen-
eral Foster and Lieutenant Coloner
,,r\--ll 1. S. A.. retired, at the .r-
mnory this evening. ; t
G. A. Nash. *Captain m-


:. .:4. l... M.1 rt h *. I 4 .
-I.ito.r I k-nm vr,. t t-;,port.s f:ir .1
tov-r th- county y sa.y that ;o!.1.>:. .
bhoun-1 to l-.til in the- ti:st pr:n:.c-y. Th-
p.-.;.1l- -v.-ry h-r 4_-i L-grniz- h:s :.-:-
ling northh .ind ability. *,!.i. :t i.s s.t i
Sill ivr- him a h.i:' ,is:- :.,jo:-it .
The,-s of th- *al'.,!' -i.- ,.**,-
ly 1p1ri''',. ictc- h;s e:.-r'ous t:'--ti-n of
th m-n i h;i- iat I unri!i,,ri .;:nI .c tix-
Sius to r*--riproi ate.
.A p,,,nin-nt tizz.-. of H1I.: h!,,:Q. % !
that if th-y poll sixty \'-s ;or,-
w ill surely ha;tv- furty-tiv-.

i ,l ri, H us.-. l eave-s for Savannah to- A t u." il- o'Ullm g l,-ie.. 'it f r 1 o,n
mo!ro% o, n I his I tay home. He is so. *)s his ): t %
v -ll .pl.-ase-l with O-ala that he ex- Th, h- big rn majority.
pects to return next winter. The sheriff's rt- is a.rns up ndt
people are expi-ressing tht-ir, opinions
COUGH SETTLED ON HER LUNGS freely. and no oine c'ho has ,lny .! ill
to kniledge of the- politii t s:tu.ation
11My daughter had a terrible cough ut m i y that orthoIrititail% --
whic-h settled on her lungs, says N.
among the leail Is.
J:irkso.ii. of Danville. I111. "We tried a
A young tl;v -ling in.,n. %%h4 is it
!tg:it many remeiexs without relief un- iut
iz**n of M.arioi roiulnt\. biut trr o' is out
til -v- gav.- h-r FI'le-)'s Honey and Tar, ..
I %hichli cur-el he ." Itefuse substitutes. th,. k
So. l by tliho P'ostffice Drugstore.
I. -i.nrvy ;oi.t ,!i M.ivy I,. toi, noe,\ ,..:..

We\\* tr pl-:tas-- to h.-ar that Hoiacet
F:ia.l-ton. xwho has hadl such a trying
si. ki.-ss % with his lungs, is greatly im-

Las he- inI-t a ii.tin mioe kin-l. or,
sileraIte. titravt an-:tl obligiinz. A. '.:r
anIxiolus tio dot favors for iali. F! i.-Inis
such as this is the kin-l that sli--ks I.

a candliate owhen he neoIs hint. .M-n

DO YOU WANT STRENGTH? like Henry Gor- lon alc ays hav- f-ri-n is
like this. i
I fin.I that the impt essicon1 is ;,:'.'-vt-
If you w%%ant to increase your strength I find that the impestsin i .-
lent that (;ordo, n w% ill l e;l. if not ..,. .
yotu nmut al t)o anI not take from the
"d. in the tl st prinim.iy. tha: th- otth.-
phys :i-al. In other %worIds. the food thatiht t
c-n-ir htlitlal-s ;are all lighting *;i.)rl-on. It
vou #-at rmust be digested. assimilated
this is net the c-cre,0 t sii;, tti,,in ,
anl a:tppiopr iatt.l iby the nerves. blood I
I z,r ,-s nt. I % otll lilk.. t,, hv:ir f ,i.ii -o, i"-
.|nul tissue-s iwfe being expelled from t h
(one %%who knows mnoi, thatn
the- inte-stines. Kotleol Dyspepsia Cure t
:a,-l.s tio the physical. It gives strength
t,,o an I buil-is up strength in the human
syst'-.n. It is pleasant to the taste, HAPPY, HEALTHY CHILDREN
an;c- palatab;ile, and the only combina-
tion cf .ig.-st ants that ill digest the Any child can take Little Early Ris-
I ers with perfect safety. They are
fool and enable the system to appro-
I harmless, nt-ver gripe or sicken, and
;.i:ttt- all of (its health and strength
yet they are so certain in results that
tgiving ,u:alities. Sold by \Vm. Ander-
se-in. qctaltha. robust constitutions requiring drastic
means ate never disappointed. They
cannot fail to perform their mission
New Line of
;iand e.-veryone who uses DeWitt's Lit-
REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER, tle Early Risers prefer them to all oth-
DENSMORE, HAMMOND er pills. They cure biliousness. Sold
TYPEWRITERS by Wm. Anderson, Ocala.
-Just Received at- -- -

.ee as ne ie wagons Mr. A. P. Blake and niece. Miss An-
Mekty b{U i" o nt lil .,1 wi th .on ni- It. Lee. spent a couple of days in
g,-til-i cry /tal ter within. are at- the Brick City last week. where they
tr.a ti the tertion of the thirsty were guests of Com. Kountz and fam-
publi. -l'ly of the Ocala House.
Rev. J. G. VanDyke preached on
Tu tnith reports a go-od trade in Sunday morning, the first time since
'I!- -ic.t i: usines-. and q.* q he in his lone tande critical illness. w-in-g to
Sn:u. h **r ora that h ill ut s of the Suntday school
in full lin, fe f' celbrated t- ,ol Hickory being sick with the mea-slets. the, usual
S1s. Th gn areobservatie of Easter will be omitted
%' tcoi.s May 1. rhes.e w atgons are
this year. but if all is well Pastor Van-
i lr-,, it I"V'iti ss.e-, ;tnr.I atie ,t great fa-
,, it," h tit f:.l ner s., .Dyke w ill give an address appropriate
It, the se.asoni on the seconI Sundhay
';. A p; il. i
FIFTEEN CENT AND TWEN. i Th- barn of Widoxw Jane Moore. a
TY CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR worthy and industrious colored wo-
man. was discovered to be on fire about
one o cleck Sunday morning. 4 n.- of
STORE. her little girls ran to the barn. tclad in
her night dress only. and released a
horse just in time to save him as the
blazing scaffolding was beginning to
fall in. A buggy, wagon. harness, tools,
--tc.. were burned. The fire was un-
The law requires that the state andibtely oe b nediaT Tor i as u n-
,loubtedly of incendiary origin and is ci I
county tax books of 1903 shall close on
[ great loss to the oxw-ner.
Airil 1. Please govern your selves ac- The many frit-nds of Mrs. E. A. Nor-
tcordingly. Re.s;ectfully. wood will irgret to learn that shet has
E. L. Carney. bteni suffering for some wee-.ks fo,,ri
i -eritonitis :at hher home- in tellands.
WHAT IS LIFE? .alifcornia.
N. M. Williams. one of our most in-
In the list analysis noUboly knows.
i dustrious and reliable colored, c1itizens.
but thatitiunderstricthas maved to his new two-story house.
law. Acu.lise that law. even slightly. just south of Mr. T. B. Stck'* pla,-
iain Iresu.lts. Irr-egular living means
.prsf 11 n v rt h s b n Kg

,i.' :tge-nti--ii ,of the organs. resulting in I
Constip,.t;:.n. or Liver trou-
Ib.e. Ir. Kingrz N-w Life Pills quickly
r!--.u ! this. It's gentle. yet thor-
,iuch. <*iily .,'. at the Anti-Monopoly
I ': it:Sl, .


Th- li, ,,f' th Ep..iscopal church
:tn. i giving a i .lv-r t.t on the golt
:. ,.: ,-it Tu.-- it. aft'. r I-:.: te-r. A; rl 3.
A f;rth.-r c.**.t: ** w in: ."- puht!.she I w'!e-n
: .i-' t.'s .d** ,d ;.lIe-t.-.i. Th- links
h. -\ .-' I- -.. l:,r--! < llitt,,it in.I
I: it -. !:* ';* :" '- '. '.s;I ,*f Lt:-- I. a it.!
-* .t: 0:..n .**St ::: t;x-. A gcod


Y.-: ,;:.: k:y .x *L- rn. t ie:ful curative
-" I .. :;! *;u tl::-..s ,f F ,:ye- s Hcn-y
:. T.r. It ;:- -.-i s ; r.-umrn ..n t ; .
n:- ;:.* :'::.. f: n: ,i hi l ..h P settle
- '- - *: :.- s. Sd--i by the Post 'fi-ce
I .:::S-..:-f.

-- 1 gan III m e ,, m1i r e, ti
furnishing ., number of parties w:t!
sonme delicious hone-y of h.-r own rals-
A refr-shung thunder shower ,n Sun-
,1..y -'veiling of gr-at benefit her--


One of the most remarkab:e -a -s of
a. 'j l.!. *.>Ip-seated on the lungs. c aus-
rtc In is that of Mrs. <;er-
:t ucl-" E. F'-nner. Marion. Ir.P.. who wx.s
n'.tn:-y ture,] by the us!e .f ine NMln-
ute Cough Cure. She says: "The-
, coughing and st:aini.gc so we.iker.-! !.e
that I ran lowxn in weight from 141 to
2 po;unjs. I trie-l a number ,f rem-
.-iies ti no avail ur.til I use] ir. '. 1 M :.-
ute C'.ugh C'u!e. Four b-.t;.:-s f th:s
wxn. it-rful :r-r.edy ureI mre -rtirely **f
th- cough. stretr:he-:e-! .ny :;.gs ..n
r-store, rnim- to myrz r ." .t i ;' ...
h- i:th an-ir.i -rngth.' r,4Il1 by WV:n. An-
d.-rson, Ocala.

At ril a N.-'v- '-,m

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aster Oxfords and Sandals


Fo Misses, le a Boys


,'"- .:rai; S.:n.n al...... ....... ... ............... .......... .. .. c. to ILSO
T. :-- Str.ip .n tal.. .......................................... $1 to 51.7S
T S:.,- ~trap P t Leather ................ ......................... $1 to $2
Th.- Nz-e Style Slipper for M isses............... ........ ......$S1.. to $.50
i:... her 4 xfor-lsi for Girls an-1 Boys........................... ..... .1 to $3
I... .-',i Turned oxfor~-! an.d an l!als in all styles.
W% ..:- ,'anv.s *.*xf-,l:s. for I .hiie.e and *'hildren.... ........ ......$1 to $I.50



Onyx Hosiery, best on earth



All of our Spring Goods are now

on Display. We have the finest

line of Millinery in the city.

Call and see us.


Lucie F.

B .


- P--

3.Ikt zos of the

Highest Grade 5.. Cigar



In Five Sizes

CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor
Ota'la. Fl-,ori-la.

m I -J] E --- -

J0larion Halwae Go.

We Would Be Wad

S:. ,e:you wish to buy any kind
a ;.; Sto e or Atange to have
you carefully


With any other mate

We feel your decision will
hb favorable to the

Therefore we court careful
comparison. We know t"hey
are not Fyu1S-4-

We also carry a Wl iae of




25 Magnolia Street.


Mrs. Hicks old Sta-.




Ocala Evening Star, Thursday, March 31, 1904



awaa-inrN. iiatlaaiau-u~v.aca-..nut i tw-tao-r",;::av
xi~d.-m'n".-.ThIe 1. i'-tAWA 'at. if n'a,-n wif
lgeestean. is Ci tbe t 'a.'uc f.Ike..
Only commonwn gerisc aaa. The food
Ofilt top -~aalart I ltb.a Mud *afl t :.'f 14,
"011-iW4 i.aCliaa. Pra-e.r....~. r-- beariLb by
Yffti=lw hgtes-e CO)LUIIU.aUi.5
Cos~ugaatiomn urely i-. .ta r-aintill-
Iusanew e v a -Ana when~a bat
debtita'ae iha. F-- aat'-n'r :jt *sa' '
40 more 1aa-rU.4 htiLCIWL. uand v as ati.e
WInAlmiSuc-h attacks.
V your satwnwiacihan tae-ai t uae-' 1.over.
SIntin. w'eaii-ae'd taa.% di ..:a-raali--. .-.
% u'at tA%..'.tope i~q.e:aiti.. 'ii- a,- .
All )"U nla--.1 i1, ,.~t tijit l iat' I -a.1 tt.,
brinu taatv%t.aint. ataai av :' .a~.a
The vuro-t ied A 1.114410.1 .Pt N-W'aI
ta iatrtV .a1. -:, oae I tit .v tr, oi? i ta itra- r aIia
fruit 5 ~an5 a~.ii' .aat?. thI
'a(4 --u si.V' I -ous rti1 .1-'a'a fl'iI
Ilaeat- ais eit ofIa lt t-a- a .iA I -. .. ... -da'
LAi6a resu tat 1.. .,r-.p -i. r'-.-a
ouffers. The-re- are grq.1'az n aAt~fatui-Ab-Ai



Triscuit, a whole wheat
product as a bread, toast.
cracker or wafer.

"Presto"--A prepared floor,

forth of the expenses, half the

and all the anxiety of pastry an


saves a

td biso it

id biscuit


I .a. r, t.-:I -:-,a %..j aflI th" -a'kin ttaacaaule
sal.'ao .n.1 a llaaro)ugh ianal :k-hv TaeI
9 aar .3 1 Al. I. IiWaaiA PiRUNE 'AYAiIS
a!'ar maa.- nd in ma%taort tm- 53urt-.iver w..I
ha- n.ranillit-i jaraa-Vrrfunction.udrivmingthe
t' .-,.- r..ii :lo -r- .oktf. 7e nothing but CAL-
IF40KNIt tt PRUINE-WAFk~lb-DaoOther
f n a!'l-A-- f P.'! fl-.t-tj, Torial'1 L'.e'r.Ct-*n.'tt
~,Li~i2 i...altm%.etc.. w jas tj stayi13cured.
CAl.!Fl-I h\.VIA RT*'%F %WAIFRS d,) The
wfari '. : 11''1 i hea an ?. Ieor
na"'.-..s Ii,'a iraa~la'a-r ait'trai an.wi-i~sy
fli.% T! n!a 44 t.- towels. .rv tA'.ito take.
a:iav.- :a aio'r-- at n rerv-l. twi -ata-r than
3.11 .r !:-- -r t:..ati *'a irt ~a ta-a% that
a c., l- ,tar tn.arn fo'ah c ar
if:l .- :L I'IT." ..,aa:?.- ':-a- a'v mA .11-'' lliy
cat i- ''.. '' Of-ct a tiaTI., .. CRI~:g Aa
~ la-na.'rta.:. ate tt,* Iar and
PC a.'waint-i'-a e ?tar.-1 umi':rtathe
;,-.. ;.*-'. It,)%%,* : Traatpu :a%... had irn-ath..
1111 lIt 1 1%, ,d .1 .,1the Fofl:at tul !lnh
Mii' 11 a w.laltl~. etia l a.-- .4 iv:er iNa-vanur IJl7.7!V.ifr C. 1wWafers. VA.


aabggi *rthe Fan, ued,... .d PussMany to Take and WarramWtod S Sin


V-d -- Ff c f 1 --w f 4 ,I v if- w va. h -a! -ht %TIFOHN I.% PRt"NT


You Can Be Cured.

Noa. 11 Vedil TeWI5aM.I.
Baa? -MINS. u.AKE.. April % L~
Whomn I vwm sftrut murrc- I found tIba' nay atrt ugt thSand
bas-alt i aerav ra.IualiY aiimtaanaimbng. I tat-cvac.' :aa n-ia' s
.1a-: a? i aala .ia. k&4I I (',sii tI a wVck Asai aS 11- 'ta t.naa"I t1-11
al', at' 'a 4.. 41t'. f- E 2I'aa ti .:a -a Ia, -tt1-- a. 1-:.. 1 -
ta.I.a Al. arecagthI. Asiadfinis11y.Iwas Untiableto h Sc #

i a -;'-ia .~ sti F' Aaaa that before I had uael the bottle I roalir fet-I
i- ;.:.,i ua-mitne tarta
taa .i.&-l ak int, lia-t health ..etp,- ; 11LOO1
a: 1 .~-.AlTI-i I !:i@ fl notLad a %74,a~
ea..c!AY IM aMa &tUOtb1L
Tmmascau. 5,. s'aSo"rWv.



V.:::,.mt ad .~le hope of Taahaef laecauw She a-LIt'.aw I:.%,a t'v'

in:.l-T 'nn-n' v~l

,~ I*~ a-I n!.'. at ::..m:: wCU aaistN'W e Iraa -wl..t. .aa~in, w

i et.

f Ot-'-t,.- 'a aa'a .~ 'a~no .eof Can'uit-I
a:r i .r- a 14 a'tl .



savannahh, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pine..i
*I Raleigh. Richmond. Was.hington. Baltimore, .
Philadelphia. New York.



"He Won't Die

tur-* miiw ill ci-- him a h-al.ty support
Iti" "I tinl l.s.


A. < aI1 at this timn,. if n.-glecteld, is
:.alali" taa a .us.a ira,-u niii. an. vhl<-h is so
ear .'n tI t .n1.1 ,v a-i u'It .-n th pi;ttitnt
h- s5 t*<' \.Ia til. h- lungs i- wWak.-iieaal.
rniikini: th+tn p... uli.arly sus.-iptible to
iltl- .la\.'a ioalii.l' t I 'fl.tlnslill tion. Fo-
l.-ys I,,,'y .indl T:tr \ ill stop the
',t!; ,0l. l : ta l :In.i str.ln thieni the, lungs.
S'.1 ;i-v-*it n,--Uiiinti.i. 1Sld by the
a at(otnfice I)rugstore.


\\'ao.| l |.s a.-.ii t., ..i'.a.i ha-ri-
.!:>. a a .I S 'i-.l lqli.l,'l y.
?h.- t'ns. I-foi. th. .trriVial of .Mrs.
' *,s\\, a-i1. Nolihnit hn ii hia- r',l as
.*I I, I It th .. a1r1i.1"iIii n of ihM I
't. a-1 '1 h- 'a it t4f tht .

.1M .n l .M i L.. -.. ,,1 I four chll-
'*a! .i -: sa--1i.' n iL t I lih \\ 11A t.- illn 1h1
.!. i.'l l.n in i ait, -. l-'fi TIu' si.,Ls y for
th-.o, h,'in.- 1n a ;ti.-,-t' illa... S: '.
.A a-.k 'o S.atrr .!. \ iti!itl lift.-in 'of
t h1*' I !l:*'!; I- ,1 I;..\ .J.,|*1.S I.*II t,*l ,-,1 h imll
. i -, ;.r s., ;l. t.I lt t % .. oI '' i. ins birth-
l .\V \i lhi h a i u! ...l Suitl ty.
I'- 1: \\ \Vlti ti .a1-1I a sll. 7s. J.
1 K 'lh-p;' l, -1l Ir,. l .>I\ ,.!:- T:il to
...t,*-,,| tlh-. ,,]iV.l-il;,ia :oa" ih, a i 'trinti;lii
,* h lia t I"lliiiith it so, hoit in T.a mpa.
*. \' :. tl,- 's tti ll. l Th w .s-
! '.

t. lin' M!3 a ill-I 3M: S. I al I

M 1 i'i M s1t. NI xt Iai W, aal -I-t. .t
...ala. i~L -N. 'a.
l ~ia lit'-sl ;.Iac. Ill- I-A!ty aaf the ..

tt'a I a;. ,a a at-tia I I 11f.I m- h
i .,af- Nil 4t A ""t-,~ \th.. fur-
aai. T:a 7 : a !I..-I I.. aw moiiiy

ta' 1 a $i:- ~ A t:: a 1 ,f t h- n: Ith i:

I.- ak

-- ,.i a' :. --' 3! F! 1- 'a. ty'
M..a- I.1 .. F.-tIt the !.l!a-1. M aat-
S; '~aI ai a I laak. : ti. : i,'

a-a a-'

5. I:.,h x'. 1 .-, a ., f !Il 1,.t

.a a a ;-, .ana I a, 'aI a
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The Great Eastern

and Western Line

Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company THE COLORE1 PEOPLE'S Biliouse

TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10. 1904v. J. L A. Ke l uIsness
I R -. J. t A. Ke er.. to

DEPARTURES FROM OCALA Why not th. a aor.t mnr. of M:taron :...... -: au. -m,-,t:, ,. ,
..luJh P.:.: t .Ji, btAnk'ng inat .:ut .n% :e:r .a- a: s.- IL- n t'r- *,
1- 11 :.-. Pa:atka. Jack.4.'nville. ..-.. ._., w.ardA..... : s- a A Al y T.

TRAIN NO. 32. 1:20 A. M.


R,-< -r.tly, on the samn- day, Mr. Tom Of consumption" is a remark often nMA.e
Lamb tid Mr J;a k H.-asett -a. h lost of a fleshy man. The remark ex' ress-s
t ,'hil.l from m-..;l.-a.. the popular recognition oi the fac: :;at
Sh tt !r. r y the sign of consumption is emnItaUonL,
Thi soh,l attl.-n .iPtr iN lirgly in low of flesh. On
*..'--.-.r n dlu.- to, th- f t t that me-as- the other hand, a
1'-- i. .-ut,-..ling. gain in flesh is a.
Mr. M-jiAl has m.d his ensure sina tbAt wast-
... .mIn gas mv udieass* amebe-'
about tNwo mis.- so.,uth of An thony ing cured.
*h.-r.- hh- ili .'o.n t>- b ro-aly to fill or- Emaciated peo-
'-rs. ple with obstinate
Mr. J. M. Pr.-. th aw r for oughs. bleeding
r.l J Mi. Pia Ia- mill. %,.s seriously. but not and weakness, have
.lanri-r,ousy. hurt o.n Tu-day afternoon been perfectly
S ..-. ,. f ,,.in ,t cu red ,Y the use of
to% :t...1 of f~illhng tinnwr.It is, Dr. Pkerce's'Goen
ho,.-li h, ;; : -.;. t.- at h in post again. Medical Discovery.
A hit- baby from th- Park I1 in The several steps
th- o---Ino of a color-.1 family of of the cure were re-
corded in ounces
th. p.a,- aho r- ttkirn r ar-. of the and pounds of in-
,.:n. fitr t. ar.'nts. creasing weight.
M.. \,'t, h;.i- rn-v,-,t hor ,--k oI When there is gain
. :a th- Ty.:ngs which in flesh the wasting
h,,. :~t,--a Ti~ra gu Itait, whia disease is being
h;is lt,*-- i,.,ir*-.i and put r, first ,-laps surely cured.
"r'lnr Mr W'11 H Whitmni.e
of Ar.kt,-n J,.ck ing-
A numt,,r of ,.,nid,..t h,- a ap. hban Va wte *Our s:: c tracted
"*" tr*-.l h r 'of 1ait- seollintihg votes for deep cull about the Srat f JTu.y : -, an! ::ad a
teri'le cough We calte! a i ft .r a i.. h *.~ ro
the- v' rious off,'a-. e.. .-ce. .:t r:--tat> n ,-fthe hr ,-::h :a. ~-.:h
mathmatic tr huble and he minur'ned me t: r::v
\.-xt unlda;y vill tb- the- -onda on wa. h ta,2' t ie at a-nv time He ,, : .e
uL.,art0."rlv a-onfa-ren. foTer th.* Anthny that t we cwau:. keep the hron Th:: tau.-, en.
"- bohe wegrt cure himn but after trt-t;n h::n eaperial
chart'-. The- presi,~nlllig .'ldr. Rev. J. weeks an my .on ruw- i w,.r-fe a': th, ::-ne.
I cmnc*uded t" tr. D*r P:. ". ,i. le Me I ai
P Hilburn. will till th. pull, it in th, DIscover, an! P:ea.dint pel-ee- : n.. .-e
v nt and R*.v. H. M Frtrz.- of 'i t- evears almost miracui.u. Cur-s '.rug- : .l-.ut
nd H. of t- by the use ,f the.. me-.:.r.e I
ra in th*- morning. bad wonderful faith in them Hie -n : th:ee
bottles of' Golden Mleical: hDcoi-erv .: h me
( ur f.trmt-ils complainn of ia poor stand and one via; of the -Pe'-, and iaia then wt-I'
Senough to go to Weet Vi'rgitta taktin -;.. :v
of v.-"ttab,l-..s The o Iruth whia'h has with im. I am ;u tain receip,: f a 'it-r fr
gr'-:>tlv inju-i th- young ilatnts, has bim ram which I ,4,Ite I am n il and Ardr
ndrettfiug wpvyftle-. ,
r,-. -ntly t.-.-n brok,-n lty showers, but The Common Sense Medical Adviser,
noa .hnaugh oo in-.- th- ii-d.-as of the loo8 large pages is sent >ft, on receipt of
Cr,. stamps to pay expense of mailing -"/;.
"r" Send 31 one-cent stanmps for the cloth.
Th,- ,ot.-r. of this i.r.-r'i'it are glad bound volume nar only 21 stamps i,,r the
too Lo- tr of th,-* a tilli., y of Mr. E. L book in pape-r covers Addre Dr. IL
W..ttlmn.trln for mn-rnmtwr of th* lettBea- V. Pierce, Buff-lo, N Y.

TRAIN NO. 21. 2:16 A. M.

TRAIN NO. 47. 3:25 P. M.

TRAIN NO. 45, 10:10 A. M.

TRAIN NO. 49. 7:10 A. M.

:.. th r. :.:- R. ..- hm.ond.
xv ~ an. ~r:.a. Iaitimore.
I'! :.;hia Ni.'.Yark. B-ston and
a.. ds:--ii-. :-.:. x-, !.'r all West-
a-. . a~i--, :i'n .%'ith Chi-

F F h-: ~-P.all'atk.'a. J i,. kso.n'-ille and

_* is.hvi.te. C:.a..via Dixie

F-I.-40- 'Qurg. Croa't. T.:%b:y. Brooks-
~mr-..'. ; ~ Ctarwater.

V. I~~.'Q-r t. 'a:.T:!A.ty. Tarpon

F. J,.. Ju -n., ;,. H m a--

mre-.i:ate ;.aintn.
I~.J la.t ;::;. Live Oak.
1~~~~~a- .;''t ~v:'a n.1ai pi ints east

l-.- T :-:~- a;u:! J,.n, t-n.Ho,-maisassa
Mn- : v -, :11t .?t

T. .:? N... :-';1: 1 :' ,r!y Pullna'....-s
N N '4 atn I7N P- 1ul7?va!. :: l'-~rt r
P.& S- 9 i.. S 'l. ::.m t T f-,:- Kr Wes,: inll Havana on

n ta

I".: ..':t:. i~1.. nfo' zr. :--rgarlitng- rates.through car
~ ns, e.o. tal ),. :in" AtlanIt ic Coast Line

T. W ~HITE a.vr ."g-Aet
11. 'M 1EM Ii$a'T: :iY.- M~a. ii.A xv J. CRlAIG;. Agent

Florida East Coast Ry.

LOCAL TIME CARD No. 53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.



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Tra'Li-.'! ) i"'.. te' at St *t&*l ngW'!e et.=@ 1- at .Luwn.


PinOe Aple,

Ta and

has cured more bad cases of

Indigestion, La Grippe, Stom-

ach disorders, Coughs, and

Colds this winter than ALL

OTHER remedies combined.


See your Druggist or
write your Manufacturers.






Sat .I I' 1\ f ." : A '.Y

Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
JACKSONVILLE NO i0 No. C9- Me 27- No.35- No 43* V 31,* o.* No 99- N2.+ -'s,-l
TO ST. AUGUSTINE I's y l. a:.y Da::. D l I- I.-;.. lNt a E im Iat.y 1a,.y hIx
Lv. Jaoksori: *,'. a l' I r 1 a 12 1'S. 1 30- 230; 3001. 005 ti2 p *93p
Ar.Ot Auulrt:ne, 1 1 S, 1 iiJa 1123I 1 1. i 2301 330; 400p 915;. 925- 10356
IT. AUGUSTINE No. 2, No. 92+ No. 99- No. t' .P*to 44e 6" No. 0 Wo. 7o et. 74
TO JACKSONVILLE Dalty l'a..y ap Daiy lu I .D.a il.. x lti.y : D i lay
Lv. At. Aug:.:r 5... Ana 7 60s 7 '8 a: 111: !:4)s 1210p 450; 610p 620 p 6409
Ar. Jaa aonvi: e.... 61A,8 0 0 8 6J a 64 1210; 1240p, 10i 5660; 7 10 730 i 740

The Following Are Through Pullman Trains:
*fe. 7 sad i---e w Yo-k ni F:nrtc.a p. sl: *No. 1S and 16-.i- : -at t F rida 8pectal
*NO. Si sad 32 -- itherne Pal::i I. mnt<. -No. 93 and 92-' a ca. an r.d F.rid Limited
*Oo. 48 and 44--.b.-sa rd P-Ir da I ml todl -No 27 and 30--T F, ';,'T i-i ei
*Th*e. tra ::1 a* oo-rpo**1 exo ::":v* 7 of P: P-s- Cn- a .1 zx-r. *-at **'a- wi.: bevaarge*.
)t'ay *a. e .:.e-a'. :. t: ..ese t n ov:i wz a ;1 2 ex a - fa.: f.9c.r : .;.- .
.y *T.'",. No.12 No.5 No. t ?... o ~ %:y
T IIs a T.......... Ti .;*Tv :e.........A- 13 : 4,2: :: oa l.r N .mrrr.9 Ar 1 ;!n "10p
a I.v ......... .. ... A- .. 9:t: :; '. lv L.t- H Ar :i;. c:3p
a v ........... nter. ,rse. ......... A- :., '0 1 "- I Lv ant- v A- I : s. S ip
80 A- ....... di f rd ...... ... T 11u 5:: 41a. - .'y Lv ::S5p 5 3Sp
No. 19 No.:7 MAYPORT No. 1 *e.-
Sundst Da1:y BRANCH. Da'ly. Surday
11I 0 A 4 4t!: ................ .... ............. .. ............ ... ... 3P
112,i t ;3: T ....................... ...;a : .... .................. .. ... .;. ..P ;
1 4. 3 "; .... .. .............. .. .... a' .. ........... .... ::5p
12 4 4 r . .. ..... ........ .............. -, 7 a 3 p


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fr m s a v -:-v* v- 4v P -t aa : : a a- - t.
f -.."
ror Copy oft:., LOCAL T:ME CARD or Orn.r Information
I. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

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TRAIN NO. 78. 1:15 P. M.

-.ast.-! -9ga .ly-s :at the Ne-lv Irur-

.ve f. t at ,t. Zion torr-.rrow
The handlsom,-st Ilnp ov .uffeta crhi-
na a cl-S-t t ii'r,: i room n;airs arol ta-
.lI-s. r ar- that h.s portion of the- state- has
eve-r .--n J'-t re-eived by Mclver &
.. at Kay
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Nave!- .n -
Stelfa Ut Reme-4v Coa.. .a or I14 Y. %

S~ d~4 VA ~a- iu~-d. riofu *olo.trs .are
~~iia-- Ir: *: hiv in this .and .n.-
joining .it:-- acpuld be put to
proper use .a In o'ma-le A help to the
citizens. imi Itaring the- r,nv e to proper
rev og-nitnon. The rac.ea needs mo-,e
mnpnont.d fflwfl iit.
S1.4eta nal e -s -e-~at St J.imes .Epima-
.pt;thur-.h zt~prtnaaar a nighttoy Pr-
Lit tlj-. He xvi .slaa:%) -I~n;t itear a~ *-, : iun,.Lay a ti a. la.Ic kA. rr..
Tou a.- ..tei
Ti'.- a mmnittet-of tran-sir~trt~ttle-n ,f
the A. X F .'hur, h h.itop rr-tnzt- Tt1
* .rry :te :i-i-., tiaan It~. a *hi-,lp.-% --a.'a
A. L .. r-turr;*.nr A: S t. L.,us.n

Thwe Great Easter Show*

the Li,!&' : -i*t:.n in .ia ise

t!.,n. .a: -.n n- a! !nr.t

Thuro.L~iya. z:f-.- ith irnst. YOpu irt- ir
!;t! '.-x t' h-il.nn-1ir .-tth-e-
I .iri.-stat intI ;' -tt st h.- f 11,!4 m lr.

lta-i a-': h-: '.%t1o. 7. i ty markaat.
*Call at the 31ack House for comn-
fortable lodging and board at reason&-
ble rates. West Broadway.
A -%ea4 n.mi V.ill he ztvnt--torirh!tit .tthe-
ha.rn.- ia Nf!,-a .A,.A Jine-iq !wr the- iae'Pfit
taf C.-vteflift Rc,.t st Ihura-h. 4;1.&.l to
ha'. C all :attt-n-l.i
J. HR3. Nl .-ii kvfAn 'athony %%,to in lthe

Just Received
Th- Sftr l% hiv'-3: n' a 'trahnm

i- t~t 1k flrt il. -U. t -at Ur ;.ra-!tr l- l
W, ll.t*:". Yw~i s'.~.ui-i stea- tha-iai.

Lic..mtianNip.44 rnee-ts o-n Fr n'l~iy niiht
tao inst.Ill naffit-ers faar the tenstzir.x yi r.
Ma-inb-:s ria-i to.tatte-n.i.
*Fr ,mtr ah w-unafland trmait. salt
%%; tter rotia at. st-a-.h-:mi imbts., in
qst Itiaur-.I mu le-tt .n-l f.t ah ovstet s .it
Tai" -Th(,iarn, ma r-nkat.
*~~~~! %- ~.''.una~-rv si Ic :it the haaml-
-if 31.31 : McW'ii-mcuhlav. Al!!f ni
a:.. .~ t.-.i t- d!a tn~i :e-,him.
Fe~ I. .ar Ih~a.o;taaught arno- h.a if
1itt.-Tat in th.- f.uina-utaJaa-aq market.
1i- d.a.rtin,' a firqt i:itata grna ea-v .indi

*J. W. Moxn:ri ,The sqwift barb--r andl
tarnaaaath sh.iva-rt. h-as now'.'.- Oje-I -'! 5lap
aaqapaasta.. -li,'s stablps. an.] will give
you firstt 4ai:aa-,'%#)ark :it regular pria-es.
zyi!?iia-rterqat ant r ates, .viz: shave. 141f.
lmair 4utaUtinI ~v.254%.Open from

aaj'..n until i1I.:11, p. m. #*.ive him a t: 4aI.
at.-. H .' at n--rnhar tof 3!! 1o,~ -
ri I.h :a:.a hu' h.h-IThzur%-iay at
,h- he ,m- .4 hits Lia ughate!.
*",illi.t r Ft T ~ I.lthsfor a aw
-rit-iks. i.~ r-:dtrt, -t. ..-1,Xt ta

Can 0n Ditt

F. W.

Ditto. Room 12. Merchant.*'
Block. Ocala. Fla..

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naafill ,q-w~~~- w! ;i~aa~ll '.ntraect
'atate.. '.'- j ; it.a -P ta'! Ia.11-r week frA
th- TvivyatmaYh:ain ii nay e-l hear man IS
na'a .

1. A. Colyer Brm.

Merchuamt Tailors.
il; .n f th. .ine- s" a.s-ort-
:;:-r.T :- .: ..-s for h's..:I suits
,-."V r Ir--~. ::'. ; o t ), a.: pu >i<61c-.
z-:.:,- tr, .aran.. I. ( al.in4.
-! -.! a rr; n- ,',. :io;;. Fall
at.,l it '.: -; .n.- to 'a air I.king.
.-r :.r i, : o:, .n r,', in. In-
-;'* .... t:.. -,:,.:,,1 No,. .;,North 1f r
St awa 'lex,-,n nor'h of O a;.a Il,.i4e.

Georgia Southern

& Florida Ry
"Sowanee River Route."

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Fhr 20 Tears h Lidl DWorm o emdiet.
W *'---WA JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.

o' r aI.- l v the Antil-M',noroly Iruiry-',r, and all ,other |I-;iaJiiK drugglists


T System emthm-ly wreaged by ovsr-aflt and over-drihkhin
t No ditMed a umitin M aggrSvated by design
with huu, -mam. drugs ind mdilos.

California Prune


s.,:. 1 Wm. ANDERSON. ,'..

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TRAIN NO. 39. 3:20 P. M.

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Star March 3J 1904.F
Evening Thursday, .

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The Daughters of the Confederacy Washington, March 31.-Fair tonight
Friends of the Ocala Rifles are cordially

will give an Raster egg hunt Friday and Friday. i invited to be present at the inspection '. -' tt'1.iio: _-:"' ":' "'EU __--= ::-_ :_-:_;-: g'I "- _
t afternoon in the Fort Twenty-five desirable building Jots i I
grove on 4

t U I King avenue. All the children; of the State of Ohio. City of Toledo: Lucas to be given away. See B. H. Seymour, : to be held by Adjutant General I

F II I be and County-ss.lYank phone No. 23 city.SILVER. : Foster and Lieutenant Colonel
invited to
city are present participate -
\or\ell. L. S. A., retired at the armory MERRIAM'S SHOES .5
I in the pleasures l of the after- J. Cheney makes oath that he this evening. =E

I noon. It is for the benefit of the monumEnt is senior partner of the firm of F. J. TEA =- -
I G. A, Xash. Captain. Fry q..y
) fun.i.n admission of 10 cents Cheney and Co, doing business in the
CD Misses Children and
will be charged for all who participate !; cityof Toledo, county and state aforesaid The ladies of the Episcopal church GORDON THE FAVORITE; For Boys s

in the hunt. and that said firm will pay the will give a silver tea at the golf
r _
grounds. Tuesday afternoon April 5, I r -
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each oCD
ti tl Ocala. F1 a.. March :!S. L*')1. =
S Mr. J. 1lJson., salesman in the and every case of Catarrh that cannotbe from : to G o'clock. Plantation songs '
I Editor Democrat: Reports from allover CA1 MEN TIES"One
Ocala Furniture store, has vacated the cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh with banjo accompaniment a table
the county S.1)that Gordon i*

I I j house occupied by him and family In Cure. Frank J. Cheney especially for the little ones and a golf bound to lead in thefirst primary. The Strap Sandal .. . . . . . . . .. . . 75c. to $L50 -CO

I Ithe I second ward and moved to one of I Sworn to before me and subscribed In contest will furnish entertainment for people, everywhere recognize his sterling g= Thrre Strap Sandals . . . . .. . . . . . .$1 to $1.75 =
:Mis. Owens' cottages. The vacated my presence this 6th day of December all. Conveyances will be provided to
iyt a aktt."M I I and from the the low worth and ability. Ocala it I is; said +COCD Three :Strap: Pat Leather. . . . .. .. . .. . .. ..$1 to $: O
| property is owned by 11. C. Jones of the A. D. 1S66. A. W. Glea! on. grounds at fare

I Ocala Bottling Works. In a few days (Seal.) Notary Public. of 10 cents each way. will give him a handsome majorit The Xew Style Slipper for Misses. . . .. . . . .$1.7* to $2.50 V
gI The membres of the Ocala Rules! deeply -
I j Mr. Jones will move into it. Mr. Jones Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally I 0" Biuiher Oxfords for Girls and Boys. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .$1 to $3 a
ps > I appreciate his generous treatment of
: c
The remains of :Mr. and Mrs. James! I -s
i has the distinction of owning the entire and acts directly on the blood them while! at Dunnellon and Ladies: Hand Turned Oxfords and San dolls in all styles. ,
are anxIous 5
THERE /S NO SUS< 7JTU7Z block and surfaces of the Pooler's little girl were laid to rest in .
on half of which are four houses. mucous system. I to reciprocate.A i n White Canvas Oxfords for Ladies and Children .. .. . . $1 to $1.50 COOnyx
Send for testimonials, free.F. the old cemetery this afternoon.S. -
i The northern half of the lot he has enclosed = Q
prominent citizen of Blitchton says'that
-- with a very attractive fence, and J. Cheney and Co., Toledo O. if they poll sixty votes Gordon .j == = F

Soil all ';5c. H. Baker of Philadelphia, who has I Q.
will erect a fine residence on the: same. by druggists
will surely ha'erortyfin>.
OCALA OCCURRENCES spent the winter here as a guest of the I
lIall's'aml1) Pills are the b..sLIn

NEW OPERA HOUSE MEETINGA Florida House on his, leaves way home.for Savannah Heb tomorrow sowell Gaiter A hustling says his young precinct democrat will !give from Gordon I I er RHEINAUER & CX( :

1 The coca-cola man is in town. Savannah; L. O. Gregory, charged a big majority.The II 0
1,1..1"Jith Ocala that he expects -
meeting of those interested in the with
stealing a poiketbuok with $65 sheriff's race is warming up and

building of a new opera house will beheld in it from \V. R. McConnell, has been to return next winter. people their I ._ .:.-, .: : ::. :A' _:;o--__ _ -_ -: __ :. _-_ ':- -q-c:_,. _" r
are expressing
\1'x1, the tuner, is at Weihe's store. opinions
Wednesday, the 6th of April at remanded.
freely! and who j
no one has any claim
the Central National Bank at 3 p. m. to knowledge of the political situation )
Se" our uinner sets at Jfi.7:;;. Ocala "My daughter had a terrible cough I Hosiery best on earth rf
but says that Gordon will certainly be j ,
\- VSK Company. which settled on her lungs" says X.
among the leaders i 7
TEN CENT EMBROIDERIESFOR Jackson, of Danville, 111. "We tried agreat I
A young traveling man. who is a cit I Iizm 7i
You get hot steaks, eggs, coffee, FIVE CENTS PER YARD many remedies ithout relief until i'
of Marion count} but travels out
ett .. .it 1 Dame's.The we gave her 1-'ol.'s Honey and Tar
AT THE BOSTON STORE of Lynchburg., says he is (rnniing ':
'1'. \\'. Troxler. Agent for Huyler'B which cured her." Refuse substitutes. MILLINERY *[
all the way back to Honda to vote fUl'l<
must elegant display of candyin 'andy. Fresh Shipments Received Sol,1 by the Postoffice Drugstore.I a
---- -- Weekly.Mr. Henry Gordon on May in. for n,1\\ hire
town at Dames.An I I I
Ramp Chambers returned yesterday has he met a man more kind, considerate
I \ are pleased to hear that HoraceKagleton.
morning from Lebanon fourteen miles W. L. Bard a melon grower of !I brave and obliging. .\ man >:
> kind of lunch, hot or cold, quickly I who has had such a tryingskknrss
crime's. southeast of Dunnellon, where he tookin W..lr9lalOl'as in town Wednesday and : anxious to do favors for all. Frinds:
lit"'eJ at ,i i with his lungs is greatly: im-
charge Will Agnew charged with made the Star an appreciated call. Mr. such as this is the kind that sticks to
i pro\ed.
lobbing the toffice Iard has a candidate when he needs him. Men ,
W li. Condon was able tn sit up yesterday i at that place. < forty acres in melons a mile i I.

for Commissioner Williams heard the case east of the Weirsdale station whichare like Henry Gordon always have friends
little while.
and put the accused under bond. looking line.I like this.I .
I .

When in doubt, smoke the Milo find that the impression is prevalent All of Goods
Deyo If you want to increase your strength our Spring are now
WELL AGAIN MRS. PYLES' BUTTER I that Gordon will lead if not elected
tc. cigar. All principal dealers I I you must add to and not take from the
The friends of John Blount will Received Daily in the first primary: that the othercandidates
many Display. We have the finest
j I'h'sical. In other word, the food that on
Phone 163 OCALA SEED STORE !' are all fighting Gordon. If ;
The be pleased to learn that he has entire.
most complete line of toilet article. I you eat must be digested, assimilatedand

.-, in the city at Tydings & Co. ly recovered fiom his attack of rheu- I I appropriated by the nerves, blood this is not the correct situation at line of Millinery in the city.

matism. Chamberlain's Pain Balm J. C. Priest A. T. Priest J. M. James, I land tissues ... being expelled from "present. \\ like to hear (turn someone ft

All kinds of baseball goods for all cured him after the best doctors in the I' prominent citizens of Citrus county, j I the intestines. Kodul D'sl>t'psi.Cure who knows mine than I Call and
see us.
kinds of players at the Ocala New Co. town (:Monon Ind.) had failed to give were at the Montezuma >'esterday.Ojsters j adds to the physical. It gives strength Prophet. I

relief. The relief from I
prompt pain ,
to and builds up strength in the human

Mr S. C. :Means a prominent citizen which this liniment affords !is alone served In any style at : system. It is pleasant to the taste, HAPPY, HEALTHY CHILDRENAny

ot. MI 11I"sh'a... in the city yesttrThe woith many times its cost. For sale Dame's. "Paison" Young, the famous i and palatable, and the only combination t

da\ by all druggists Ocala oyster cook prepares them. '. child! can take Little Early Ris-
-- -. of digestants::; that will digest the
-- ers with perfect safety. They
food and enable the system to appro- area I
) Adjutant General Foster of St. Augustine Mrs. 1-:. M. Swain, who attended the harmless, never gripe or sicken, and j n
Star regrets to hear of the set J I pi iate all of its health and strength
,. an : sj.' of Judge Wynne of IList-j I giving qualities. Sold by Wm. Anderson. a
lake. S. army, carat in this afternoon on the i' South, left last night for her home in
south bound .\'. C. It., and will inspect. I I.TVlunciH. ind. means are never disappointed. They !

iMie Rides at the tonight. J They-- cannot fail to perform their mission ,,
:Mi'- r .lInJlul'r has moved from the armory ) New Line of 25 Magnolia Street. Mrs. Hicks old Stand."i'aptaln: j The excellent cigar pride: by Charles and everyoneho uses DeWitt's Lit. ,
i $ut. in "- of Or. J. M. Thompson to the \! REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER, '
I Xash and Lieutenant Craham.: The I j Peyser, the Milo Deyo and Grand Royal tie Early! Risers! prefer them to all oth-
'till. lliUSe.I. I
- -- -- --
public is cordially invited to the in- can be had at the Ocala Xews Co. I DENSMORE, HAMMOND er pills. They cure biliousness. Sold :

spection.. TYPEWRITERSJust by.Wm.. Anderson Ocala. !;
ivi-iidt*!', for keeping! moths out or I
NotUe :Mrs Tompkins Raster ojtnin I Received at- I EL TROPICO
>'.im, \\'den goods. Nothing else sogood xK t
Nothing:: !! good for connoisseurs as < d ladies' fine dress hats. Her styles OCALA SOUTH LAKE WEIR j -, ?- -'V-V
Postoffice Drugstore. I i *$ \ CIGAR
) ,__ _ __h---.. Grand Royal lUc. cigar. Sold by all'rneipal are always the haul of the market I --- FACTORY.
dealers.i I the finest designs of millinery art and ." Mr. A. P. Blake and niece Miss An- -
:Miss 1..-itner" charming daughter j t'i Meffert and Tavlor's new ice wagons () ',
ther i human effoit.: .\ special! imitation is, ui/ioui. nie It. Lee spent a couple of days in 1.
(uf Mr and Mrs. ifuford, I Henry Gordon, marshal of Dunn>l- extended to the Indies in this ani the Brick City last week, where they
{h"I'I'lnK in the nt -- and candi !Jute for sheriff of Ma- I nouncemt-nt. : .t/tention were guests of Com. Kountz and family -()-
----- ---- rI I the of the thirsty
--- : lion. letuined this noon fiom oft :-h-: I public. of the Ocala House. MILO DEYO
: I ('anIIe-9-\\e are agents: I
Coy. Eureka ItedUk\; Sparr' and PIANOS AND ORGANS '.j t Rev. J. G. VanDyke preached on
r>4 .-nfd iiesh by express the day after An-I Highest Grade 5c. Cigar '"
thony. sections of which he I Sunday morning, the first time since
It ui.t.le The Postoffice lIru stul e. I Should you desire a first class piano I Tom Smith reports a good trade in _
thorough eatn .lss. He feels highly lgratified l or or?in,
at the "i'imier in which the Furniture I so many members of the Sunday school
Co. tf.
Fulcy's Kidney Cure makethe kld- so much encouraged that he will put ; and
voters received! him. being sick with the mouses th? usual
n.+ .aid bladder right. Contains nothing i in a full lint of celebrated Old Hickory '
:observance of ; r' j GRAND ROYAL
Easter will be omitted
nijmious. Sold by the Postoffice --- Miss Sue Barn. left yesterday to visit wagons May 1. These! wagons are

I BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE her : Jackson this year, but I if all is well Pastor Van- --I4.\ t -z; HAVANA CIGARS +
Da u?slllre. sisters Mrs. and: Mrs Pattcisun made in Tennessee and are a great fa- : -

i iII Has world-wide fame for marvelous ,, of :Miami \oiite with the faimers. Dyke will give an address, appropriate In Five Sizes _

I __ ___ I to the season on the second Sundayin
you wish a good drink of milk, ] cures. It surpasses\ anyother sal\e.

tithe < >,ale Jersey Creamery. hare lotion! or balm for Cuts Coin. Bums.Boils : ,.lpril.The, -0--

link, Delivery made every morning. Sores Felons, Ulcers. Tetter. I I FIFTEEN CENT AND TWEN barn of Widow Jane: Moore a ; P; CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor
CAll ON Duo I u worthy and industrious colored woman
D M lioiiey.: proprietor. Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Chapped j : TY CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR
Ocala Florida.
Hands I was discovered to be on fire about
Skin Eruptions; infillibie for
one o'clock Sunday One of ,
Tin. Elks of this city have installed Piles. Cure guaranteed. Only 2Jc.:; at j morning.
STORE. her little girls ran to the barn clad in
in their. recreation rooms two of the the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ,
l her night dress only, and released a
h.i. ts..m.-st billiard tables that have Room 12, Merchants' Block, Ocala Fla. ,: "
? bred brought to Ocala.I Doctors I-:. Van and Walter Hold -- --- -- -- horse just in time to save him as the a, _' .- '-, > .-. 1:" ;": ? ,,.,..,,;ko:::: '-- $'_":':'-::'0'o; :- ;,-. ., ';" #,.Jf; < ,<'! ':- : =. -' : :_---__ '
No. 1.-For the Best Home in the City,
Iiclar and blazing scaffolding was beginning to II
Powers now occupy the new I
three blocks from square. House has NOTICEThe fall in. ,
A harness tools,
Yonge block of the : E. I buggywagon
I I U '\\ fi 11 Bug Destroyer, for spring Just east M. I
10 rooms and occupies a whole block
., 'I church, on Fort King avenue. Tele etc., were burned. The fire was undoubtedly -
-.tiling clean nuatorrosite.J.
Ii of ground: fine barn etc. Price, law requires that the state and
., andina tts. Now I I.hunt'0.. 11. of incendiary origin and is agreat I
'thtu.utbugs :
tax books of 1903 shall close
$::;(ot''en' terms. county on
easy loss to the owner.The j j'I jI
'" t lime ti use It; 25 rests T-i I April 1. Please govern yourselves accordingly r i
No. 2.-Beautiful McConnell
aIi Har Co.
.1, > ,... ('0., phone No. 20. THE NAME WITCH HAZEL grove; I Respectfully, many friends of :Mrs. E. A. Xor- j n wale
i i lots Iu0x2u5: finest thing in town for I wood will regret to learn that she has j
'I' The name Witih Hazel is much E. L. Carney.
I l homes. Prices from $:OO to $330. been suffering fur some eeks from i
?' ,'iiie Turnipseed of M'*Iato"h was abused. E. C. DeWitt and Co.. Chi-
They will go quick. Hedlan.s.I I i J
peritonitis at her home in
it. i..,', II vesterday. He is one of the j sago, are the inventors of the original i No. 3.-Good 6-room house and lot I WHAT IS LIFE California.X. I I

4' h- : of that section. He sass the I and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve.A I I
i S0x200 feet Price, if sold at once, '
'I : M. Williams; one of our most industrious -
''11 h.." not been an especially fa- certain cure for Cuts, Burns Bruises In the last analysis nobody knows,
1600.No. > I and reliable colored citizen 'I I 1

\ ? iim-t. one but those who have suc- I Eczema Tetter Piles, etc. There 4.Several small houses that pay but we do know that it is under strict I has moved to his new twostoryhouse, We%% Would; Be OladWhen

'< : in growing lettuce, Wets and ate many counterfeits of this salve, law. butt that law. even slightly, .
well investments. Prices, from
as ; just south of Mr. T. B. Snook's place.
li ,.:J.ue getting very fair prices. I come of which are dangerous while rain results. Irregular living means I kind
wish to
$100 to $000. Terms to suit.FRESH Mrs. Morgan Davenport has been Aim ; buy any
i ,i.:<- now hold the board. He tried they are worthless.. In buying Witch derangement of the organs, resulting in furnishing a number of parties with II Sri .i-8toye or itanjje to have

1.- nut dead beats-for off of half Hazel! Salve see that the name E. C. Constipation. Headache or Liver trou-
some delicious honey of her own rais you carefully <-
.' .- he netted 116::, with the other HeWitt and Co. Chicago:: is on the box ble. Dr. King's New Life Pills quickly

'. r to be heard from. and a cure is certain. Sold by Wm. ing.A
William Tucker has now a full stock re-adjusts this. It's gentle yet thorough refreshing thunder shower on Sun COMPAREWith J JI

Anderson Ocala.J. Only 23c.:; at the Anti-Monopoly
of fresh beef pork, mutton and sausage J.1)'ening was of great benefit here-
l-'K i IX"IIXGEpr..U: )' 5-aw I
Drugstore. I
in addition to fish and oysters.AN abouts.
,,M beautiful lake front on Like I \\'. Pearson returned this noon
\\ 1- acre bearing, well-kept orange from his oil I
I Sumter county well wearing SILVER TEA
a .oJroom house. In good re--I a smile that indicated there was
Owing to the fact that the return
: ''noughout: boathouse ett ; will something in the \\Ind. The ladies of the Episcopal church
I privilege has been greatly restricted, One of the most remarkable cases of I Ia b
\ .<' for a house and lot in Ocala. intend giving a silver tea on the golt; ,
and the very small margin in the busIness I cold deep-seated on the lungs, causing -
\ \ t.i.: U. It. Carroll. A PHYSICIAN WRITES"I links on Tuesday after Easter. April 3. I
l at the best the O.allE'w,* Company i pneumonia is that of Mrs. Gertrude II Yom
am desirous of knowing if the profession A further notice sill be published when I I IAtlD
and W. W. Martin! have advancea E. Ft'nnerIarion.:: Ind., who was II
Ii i \ clarkson. the popular and upmanager can obtain Herbine in bulk forprescribing arrangements, are completed. The link!
,. the price of the New York World and I entirely cured by the use of One Minute I ,
: of Ilubbard & Mac- purposes. It has been of have never been in finer condition and
i I I American from to to three cents pet Cough Cure. She says: "The -
'. u.h\are store is up to his earsthe great use to me in treating eases of nature, in her new suit of green, add Aj
copy. For the daily edition the price to I coughing and straining weakened me
annual account of !'Ito'k.1 fascination most attractive. A good
dyspepsia brought on by excesses or a
regular/ subscribers will remain aa I that I ran down in weight from US to I x j
f \ li is made considerable iml'ro'i'I overwork. I have never known it to I time is anticipated.RAW <
I heretofore. 92 pounds. I tried a number of rt'm-I
r n his office furniture having en- fail in re'toringthe organs affected to i ,
edies to no avail until I used One Min
i t the office quite extensivel Ills "
J their healthy activity 50c. bottles at
SPECIAL NOTICEThe OR INFLAMED LUNGS ute Cough Cure. Four bottles of this
: .Me! desk now extends from the the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Miss any other make
wonderful remedy cured me entirely of !
: .. .* past the second window. i
next visit to Ocala of Dr. E. T. ,. Yield quickly to the wonderful curative the cough strengthened my lungs anj'' IN I THEVORLD
u !rich is a great accommodation Mattie Rosenbaum of I'lttburg.
I [j.\lIen. the, nose and throat I and healing! qualities of Foley's Honey restored me to my normal weight
: -!'!o'al tone of the store. Lee
Pa., who has been the guest of Mi! sMona
I i surgeon of Tampa will: be Thursday, i I and Tar. It prevents pneumonia andconsumption health and strength." :Soli; by Wm. An- We feel your decision will
.1 late acquisition to the forte.sman I
I Killer/luring April :. at Montezuma HoteL I from a hard cold settle derson, Ocala. be favorable to the

yesterday l)f ler home. I on the lungs. Sold by the Postoffice l
.>< Orosvenor of Ohio made 11
( JUNE TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONFor Drugstore. April magazines. Ocala Ness Com FAVORITE.Therefore j
: hit at the banquet tendered a I I

review !'ecurtr.wers! to Florida pany. -
senators andut.ttives D.'bULLER
I i >.f distinguished R. ,
court careful
the Chami Teachers' Examinations 1<;94-19111.othlng ." we
latt't'k at -
", ..' Hotel. Old Point lmfrt.'a... I .. DENTIST* :\ like it published before: over ,1 I CONFESSIONS OF A PRIESTRev. comparison.not Equaled. theyare *"*'

\ -:ung the site of the. James- 20t'\ pages; only $1. mailed $1.11Or- a; AND j-

.. In substance he said Office Over Munroe & Chambliss der at once from compiler. Al H. Fos I John S .Cox, of Wake. Ark., !
\position. 'I' Ii TYPE-WRITER We also carry a full line of "
: !ie was surprised that the South Bank, Ocala Florida. I ter. Supt. Clayton Co. Schools: 53-324:! i i writes. "For 12 years I suteretrom i-i

mealy-mouthed and timid in theI I -- -- -- --- Century l uilJlng.tlanta.. Ga. i MISS B. N. SINCLAIR I Yellow Jaundice. I consulted anum-I

,- of the great der.wcratipart}, J. E. CHACE I i!. Private office Commercial Bark. her: of physicians and tried all sort. of I SASH DOORS I BLINDS.A

:,,1 1 not demand one of her lllu nt'J.. A. Hendry. the financial !, \"urolk m the ab."\.. lines! solicited. ;' medicines! but got no relief. Then I i .

agent of the Conference College at Speed: and accuracy guaranteed. I j began the use of Electric: Bitters and I
t.- sons to be nominated on the na- DENTAL SURGEON ,
> ticket. He Southerland, has returned from a trip feel that I am now cured of a disease
.leimx-ratic '
was .uI I ----------- -
the democracy of his sta.teouM I i iII Office Upstairs Commercial Back to Tallahassee. in which section he that had me in its grasp for twelve Comi'lete}: line of Builders and General Hardware Firming Tools
: :
.' t such a nominee to a man. Theh Building Ocala' Florida. I apent a mouth. He met with great suc- E. WILBER years." If you want a reliable medicine Guns and Ammunition.CHATTANOOGA.

". said to be the ;greatest hit 1t I I TERMS CASH I crss. for Liver and Kidney trouble,

,. iw: l t>Cade. General Fitzhugh Lee 1 1I' -- --- --I II 25 DOUGHERTY: ST stomach disorder or general debility, PLOWSs

I ,!,'d John Temple: Graves of .\t-I W. H. MAREAN, M. I COLDS ARE DANGEROUSHow get Electric Bitters. It's guaranteedby

one of the speakers. the Antl. onopol) Drugstore. Only -s=
Unit was .
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND i Painter and interior decorator. STOCK.
often you hear it remarked:

FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR SURGEON I "It's only a cola" and a few days later PAPER HANGING, Jeffords Building.I .

Special attention given to the treat-!: learn that the man is on his back with KALSOMINING I FOR SALE-Forty acres of good

went of Chronic Diseases and Diseases I I melon land 36 cleared but not I
; acres ,
> '1.:> .; coughs and colds. pneumonia. This is! of such commonoccurrence I .

u.: "s bronchitis and asthma. :! of Women and Children. I that a cold however slghLshouIJ PAINTING IN i, fenced; has been out of use for several .... .,..--

< 'w: croup and whooping cough.u. Ocala, Fla. not be disregarded. Chamber- ALL BRANCHES.SIGN i years and is In the very best condition I I'r .j.ji

< i", lioaieness and bronchial: troubles Office ever Tj dings' Drugstore. Office | Iain's Cough Remedy counteracts any | for growing melons; one mile

hours from S!I a. nt. to 1% m.: tendency toward pneumonia. always I from Summerfleld, being the ne of sw i --- -- -j
Cures pneumonia and la grippe. :l RE' X. Main. St, known 1: cures and is pleasant to take. Sold by j jI PAINTING AND LETTERIN ,j quarter of sec. 13 tp. 17, r. !!. Address II Pearl tooth wash is the best We sell Lunches, steak coffee, milk. pies Just received at,the Ocala News Co. ,

Sold by the P.rfioffice Drugstore. II u tte Nuh cottage. I I'I all druggists. I I II i!I First class work only 1! Jacob Short Paola Fla. I, It. P Drugstore. sandwiches etc, dt Dame's. a lot of crepe paper, all colors 1- ..


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I Ocala Evening Star Thursday, March 3J, 1904 .


'<:- EVENING BITTINGER & CARROLLC. STAR THe House Hal Treats You RigI"I I Ii i death Levyv DEATH ille.of Star Captain Levy regrets OF cour.ty.J.James which TURNERTh chronicle:::. Turner on-urre-3 the of .. CENTRAL I J 1 )ANI(

L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll iast Friday. His remains were interred Li JJ

Editors and Proprietors.Mr. ;- Sunday with :Masonic honors of which

body he was a prominent member. HE-

Samuel K. Pylea. the well known i. i 1. was a pioneer citiren of Florida: and

citizen of Shady, as will be seen by t i had amassed a fortune in farming and ;j CAjITAL, e aDIRECTORSR. ooo.

his announcement elsewhere in these stock raising. He was also the owner ,

for of the Durat Hotel in Jacksonville. He
columns ia a candidate county
commissioner for the third district was a most estimable Christian citizen

formerly represented by IIr. Fred S. and a brother of Marion's Andrew J.

Lucius. Mr. I'ylca is one of the pioneer Turner. :

citizens Its most of successful Marion county and, and prosperousfarmers !one of for dry goods ahd fancy WILL RECEIVE THE SPEAKERS S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Clarence Camp, J. K. Christian,

He was also a noted figure in notions, dress goods and \ George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford.

the Interests Committeeman Ed W. Davis made a
development of our phosphate trimmings.
V retired several call for the active democrats of the
from which he
I President
' BELTS city to meet him in the court house Cashier:
years ago having made a great success ,

; of his business. It is useless for: yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock At : HERBERT A. FORD, F. L. \V A TSON.i .

the time he called ,
appointed himself
us to go into details\! of his standing&a
< I to order and. being a poor subject towork -----
a citizen and an able business! man i i
on.: he was leaving the building: : HEARST ANTI-TRUST CLUBThose
one who has always labored for the ANNOUNCEMENTS
I when he met Mr. Harris of the Banner, I j
best interests of the county and if his r,! I NELSON & CO.
and his time being very valuable in th" who are admirers and adherents
friends In the third district see fit to \ [ "

honor him with the office they can I JI\ legal s..nKhe appointed the following .I of William Randolph Hearst for For County Treasurer !I j

rest assured they will have a conscientious !- reception committee: J. G. Reardon. G. i: the Ioresidt'no'ill convene April 4, If, in the judgment of the people of''

r and able representative the G. Mathews, W. K. Z*wajskl. Frank ''I at noon in the court house. Ocala and Marion county, I have faithfully ,and I j SPRING MILLINERY ANNOUNCEMENT P

I Harris and E. W. Davis. A little lateron '
county board. elect two delegates to go to Jacksonville befittingly discharged the duties of

I several other democrats apf-eared. I i; I AprilFIFTEEN 7. | county treasurer, I respectfully ask I

H. B. MASTERS but: not being able to find the commit- their support in the approaching democratic The opening of this popular millinery house the
Please ask your physician to send or _________ was social event of the

leave your prescriptions and orders for teeman or anybody else, they, too. ad- I primary. Thos. E. Pasteur. season. All styles, all combinations, trimmings of laces flowers and ferns,

rugs \\I'h u+. We< give earful attention journed. CENT AND TWENTY i j and the varied effects produced by the deft hands of artists can be had at

prompt delivery and the lowest of OCALA FL-A. CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR j i| For County Treasurer I this Woman's Headgear Emporium. If you seek style quality and price
their large stock gives you an opportunity.
prices. Tydings & Co., phoe No. 30.
I respectfully submit to the
my name
,-- -- -- -
democratic rs of :Marion county asa E, K. ELSON & CO
-- Merchants' Black
of the most remarkable cases of I STORE: 1 I
In yesterdays Star we mentioned thetact |
SHEET MUSIC i FINE CIGARSThe candidate for county treasurer at thecoming
a cold, deep-seated on the lungs causing -
: .
that Mr. Schneider, manager of theOoltlen vl- ,
l'fimarlay: 10. If elected 1 ------ -- -
I pneumonia, is that of Mrs. G VThe ,
---- ----- -
Acre plantation, south of To any subscriber of the Ocala Star Norma Martinez the C. H. ,ledge a faithful and honest admiuis-
S"I trude E. Ft'nnerIarion:: Ind., who 'as .
Priests who the oldest
.. had purchased Hv. C. Powell's ocala'i who has a piano, and would like to I the El Solo, and the Fama Nacional, are among ration of the office. i ) : EED
cured llin- 6)OlifI ill@RHGROCERY
entirely by the use of One and tepresentative citizens :. $
most c.
residence! on Oklauaha. avenue buy one or more pieces of music, by j j four of the best: 5c. cigars! made in I. C. L. Bittinger.For .
pied by Mr. J. M. liurco. We erred In ute Cough Cure. She says: The Marion county{; tere largely in evidence -'
sending us your name and address we I Tampa, and many others to be found
thin. The name of the purchaser shouldhave will\ mail coughing and straining so w eakenefl me j ,(( today in < ).:ala. At the least )
on approval five pieces of tn T. W. Troxler's cigar case. Clerk Circuit Court
been Mr. T. H. Snyder, the clothing music, instrumental or vocal as YOu :' that I ran down in weight from IK to| 'calculation theftvvep :5 of them j j DEPARTMENT

92 pounds.: I tried a number of r*m- "cornt"r I hereby announce my candidacy for
merchant of Ocala. Ross, theouiier You not or
Mr. j express
After them
may request. trying
i I RESIDENCE FOR SALEI edies to no avail until I used One :Min-: but j e-election to the office of clerK of the Staple and Fancy Groceries
what "Priest" inevidence
of the resitncthich Mr. Snyder day you are to return all you do not ; I 'an opinion : a was .
ute Cough Cure. Four bottles of th\ __/ circuit court, subject to the action of
occupies, expects to come to Ocala want and remit 25; cents in postage! ] I Offer for Sale My Residence, Near to affirm or deny. __
I I wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the d@mocratlc'oters at the primary all Parts of the City
May 1, when probably these moves will : !
i iLeo for each piece retained. It will cost
the School! House in Ocala
Containing I the cough, strengthened my lungs and !I j election to be held :Hay: 10, 1904. I takt
made by the parties: now occupyingthe i one cent postage on each piece re- i
10 Rooms, Bathroom and Kitchen; is in { restored me to my normal weight TEN CENT EMBROIDERIESFOR this opportunity to thank those whoI PHONE. NO 163
respective buildings.La I turned. We carry nearly all the late
Excellent Condition and Fitted With I health and strength. Sold by Wm. An FIVE CENTS PER YARD I have supported me in the past, and I
popular marches, intermezzos Ij,
( songs two-steps
j jwonderful I derson, Ocala. trust record in the office has been j -- -
my i ----- -- -
grippe coughs yield: quickly to the ji j i and some fine classic piwes. I Electric Lights Throughout. Half Cash; i AT THE BOSTON STORE !
I such as to enable them to vote for me I
curative qualities of Foley'sjHoney i We sell all our music at one-half the Balance on Easy Terms; Title Perfect
The McEachern Lumber and Tar. There Is nothing else: |! publishers' list price, except the prices DAVID S. WOODROW. --- I BROTHERS
Pine have mill to the i I -
"just as good. Sold by the I'ostoffleeDrugstore. I found' in our 10-cent musical catalogue I
Room 12. Postoffice Block Meadows, near (Citra where a 3f>0footifwltch I Mrs. R. t:. Blake returned yesterday !!i For County Judge
We are now furnishing music I II
many I connects the mill with the S. A.I!! 'evening from Vunndl n. where she has! !i
teachers. in Marion county with sheet I present my name as a candidate fotcounty AT THE CTY! MARKET
THE REGISTRATION BOOKS L. railroad. They tow their lops from i, been visiting her brother. R. H. Sanders ,
The city court was lively: this morn- music and Kohler piano methods. Giveus I j judge subject to the democratj -
the east side of Orange Lake to the and, famil!}. Yeltt'rdaIrl.: !
Ing. Seven offender were ui for beingtoo a trial. I K. A. Wilson and Co., Will be open in Ocala Tuesday, Thurs- i j ic primaries of May 10.
I mill. They started their mill Hlake. with :Mr. and Mrs. R. Sanders
up yester-1!
gay and fehtive. Officer ttrigance Music Dealers Oil City. Pa. day and Saturday. March 22, 24 and 26, i Robert Bullock.
day and by next week will be in full and Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Sanders" of Holder 1
threw a damper on their mirth by conducting and on the same days of the subsequent Leading \Wholesale & Retail Butcheis
running order. They have ben idlej i Mr. Benson. Miss! Mattie Gamble
them to the cooler. The mayorfine weeks following the dates given. For Superintendent of Public Instruc
FOR SALEAn since November, caused by this rf'I' Mr. Kd Clements and Miss Kaisy Milli- I
) th"rni/ and costs each. They Donnie Ferguson i tion'
moval. gan repaired to I.iXe Sixteen wheie l

\\f"rta very sober crowd when they Upright Piano, but little used; Registration Officer. they captured plenty of the tinny tribe! I take this method in asking the cit |
stood up before his honor. WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS'
New Home Sewing Machine; Folding WAKEFUL CHILDRENFor FEARFUL UUUS AGAINST HIMBt'drlJen. and enjoyed: a lovely outing. Mrs. I* izens of Marion county for their support -

Cabinet Bed; a Writing Desk, suitable B. Sanders of Brooksville returned to in the primary of :May: 10, for the
If I it's a bilious attack, take Chambf"rlain' I
for office or business; also a Complete Ocala with Mrs. Blake. nomination of county superintendent CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
Stomach! and Liver Tablets and a I a long time the twoyearoldchild alone and destitute. Such II
j Dinner Set, etc. These articles are of public instruction. If re-elected I
quick recovery Is certain. For sale by of Mr. P. L. Mcpherson 59 N. in brief, was the condition of an old I| FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109
| worth the attention of anyone needing shall work for the improvement of the
all druggists. Tenth St., Harrisburg: Pa., would sleep soldier by name of J. J. Havens Versailles NEW BOOKS AT THE LIBRARYHis I
them and they will be sold cheap. Callat II| schools and the best interest of the
O. For 1''county. ------ ------- -- -
but two or three hours in the early years he was troubled I
I part I oJ O
217 S. Orange St., or address E, E. j Respectfully,
Miss Lillian inMnarner of Jizah..thtllll. \ of the night, which made it very hard with Kidney disease and neither doctors Daughter First-.\. S. Hardy. i
I Converse Ocala, Fla. W. D. Cam
Khu has l,,-enisiting! Mrs. I for her parents. Her mother concludedthat !] nor medicines gave him relief. At, The Lightning Conluctor-William. ? Commercial Bank ?
II ---- f
K. II. Mote of eslmrg., arrived yesteid.iy : I the child had stomach trouble length he tried Electric Bitters. It son.The I For the Legislaturei

''ARE YOU GOING NORTH OR WEST put him on his feet in short order, and I Little Shepherd, of Kingdom i I
afternoon and will Ire the guestof and gave her half of one of Chamber- I 0
I hereby announce myself as a candidate f BRANCH OF
Mrs I Charles Itlieiniu.T. lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets now he testifies: 1'm on the road to I Icomplete tI ComE-John Fox, Jr. I, ,1
The Louisville & Nashville R. R. of. I : Drake. j I for the legislature from :Marion: COMMERCIAL BANK JACKSONVILLE
which quieted her stomach and she recovery: Best on earth: for Tht'It'lropolitansJ o O
I II j county, subject to the democratic primary -
fers unexcelled service.
passenger I
Hearts I If
Liver and Kidney troubles and all form CoungeousPives.louse
The Ocala Jersey Creamery can supply slept the whole night through Two
Modern trains Pullman! | and solicit the support of the
carrying sleepers -
boxes of these affected i of Stomach and Bowel complaints. Onre. ] on the lIu:1sunPowell.: .
a few more customers who appreciate Tablets have a CAPITAL $50.000.00
free I d..l1Iurratic'oters on the 10th of May, r
up-tndate (coaches reclining |
\ly Guaranteed the Maids of Paradise-B. Chamber
good !!(.I11 fed milk or cream. permanent cure and she is now well I I\ : by -
chair cars and dining cars, between "i' Respectfully, Carlos L. Sistrunk.For .
Best! of care given to the handling of and strong. For sale by all druggists. I Drugstore. Barlasch of the Guards-H. t5. Merriman. 0 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 9
Southern and Northern cities. The
inilk. I). M. Honey Proprietor I -I I II
finest dining car service in the South CREAMERY BUTTERThe The Long Night! -::. Weyman.The SheriffI O DOES A'GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DEPOSITS 0

All agents veil through tickets via I Little Chevalier I RECEIVED.: LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I
Prof H. Caunduer of Paris arrived IL.&N.' Carmichael and Son Co. keep TEN CENT EMBROIDERIES -:\ E. W. Da hereby announce myself as a can

this afternoon and has taken a suite of For rates schedules and sleeping: constantly hand receiving a freoh8u'I'I i FOR FIVE CENTS PER YARD V's.The didate for the office of sheriff of Marion 1 I) AND SOLD 0 I

II..lIwranclf:1asgow. the action of
county subject to
mums at the pro- ) every two days delicious AT THE
reservations to J. M. FleojIng. pure BOSTON STORE. .
car apply
Mrs. Tree Mrs. Richards. the democratic primary. If nominated -- --- -- --- -- -- ---
( is ( the most noted acrobats
foll.r one Georgia butter 25 cents!
creamery per .
Florida passenger agent, 206 \V. Velvet tJlove-H. S. :Merriman. and elected I promise to perform the
and thet.rI.ld has Known. ,
leapers ever pound, kept ice. Phone No. 37.
on --- ----- -
Bay St., Jacksonville, or C. L. SlOne.G. Holt of Iteathtield-Mason. duties of said office the best of
11.- will give an exhibition at :2: o'clock to m; Ap E. BURNETT
P. A., Louisville. Ky. Mr. Sluyden Fakes, son of Dr. R. B. Honor D'F.wrtol-fiel'hton. ability. Henry Gordon.
tomorrow afteiniMin in front of the PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD
I Fakes a former Urge orange grower
Ocala shut Story of the Gravelys Sanders.! lug his most marvelous -
CHILDREN'S COUGHS AND COLDS But never follows the use of Foley'sHoney on I.akeVeir avenue, is setting out
The Dist. 3
kangaroo leaps.Oerig's Heart of Rome-M. Crawford.The For County Commissioner, No. THE
I and Tar. It stops the cough, fifteen acres in select loran 11 ees. He JEWELER
will be the
library open after I I hereby announce my candidacy for
Mrs. Joe Ic(.rath, 327 E. 1st St. heals and strengthens the lungs and has been: engaged in the work for several first of April from 4 to 6 m. j I
: Witch Hazel Soap, best for p. II county commissioner" from commission-
Hutchinson I'all.Hitt'lI;: : "I have given affords perfect security from an attackof months. He will return shortly to I I
hard water. Try it. Pustoffice Drug Louise I: Gamsby. Librarian. i, ers district No. 3, Marion county, subject -
1 la Hard's Horehound Syrup to my I pneumonia. Refuse" substitutes.Sold I Asheville where his father is engaged -, --- 1;
store. to the action of the democratic
----- children for coughs and colds for the by the Postoffice Drugstore. in the wholesale grocery business.SO : FINE WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER
r I T. D. Bryan. the excellent bookkeeper ipiimaiy of May 10, 1904. ,,
Mr W. K.: Mai tin of Moss Bluff has past four years and !find it the best I I ---
I II FRESH FISH for Mi Iver and :\1:,,:Ka)'. is on the S. R. Pyles.
has lJ"1UI' f"tl by his friends" to lie- n.',ji<'ln4' I ever used" Unlike many SWEET AND
I I comi'laininsr list and the indications' JEWELRY
coin.a rand late! fur county oommis111. ,fough syrups It contains no opium. Ike Tompkms. the hustling fish oyster PLEASING IN TASTE 'I i
are he will have a good full crop of f I I will sell you a home cheap, and on
sloner from the (out tho district I j ut will soothe and heal any disease of[ \ and fresh meat man of the city I I
measles within the next twentyfourhours. j easy terms. F. W. Ditto, Merchants'I
but has to d. line tu! honor this time i Jthe throat and lungs quicker than any market! has in stock everyday fine Mrs. C. Peterson 623: Lake St., Topeka .1/I Ocala. Fla. ANDOPTICAL

because of I f time required of him I ',other lemedy. ::;".. 50c.. and $1 at theIntlMonopoly fresh fish from both salt water and the Kan., speaking of Ballard's Horehound ,

to cultivate its crops and l leek after I r Drugstore. i lakes in great variety. See him. Syrup, says: "It has never failed I GOODS

his large far ning Int..rN'tIr: Martin i! i j to give entire satisfaction. and of all '-
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is out of I he pioneer, settlers of his :. -- ------ -- -- I cough remedies it is my favorite, and i

section and :I most worthy citizen a I ;I j I must confess to my friends that it will j REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
L. 1.! ill@J IPII\1]
man of rarr//.:ond judgment mind well I RESTAURANTS-
stored with information and a ,'iUz"nl" it-to speedilycure a cough or a cell; I I' I IOPH Merchants Block.

who would make an admirable public and it is so sweet and so pleasing in ,!I Announces hert'1 OCALA FLORIDA

servant. t.iste." 2:;c., 50c., and $1 I a bottle at the 1

: Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore. ---- --- -- -
.; :. First Class Meals I
Foil SALK-Cheap, for cash a complete : : I II

set of lncyclopaedi.k liritanica I I Special Saleof

full sheep bln'ln1',1)' to Mrs. J. C.Porter all : FIFTEEN CENT AND I
.:x:> Oysters in Styles TWEN"I I -For- I!I
or to J. II. Benjamin at Star TY CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR ;

..\"fl." e.slur. I Sewing MachinesWe
j I 1st and the 2nd.The
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining STORE. !; Friday, April Saturday .
old friend. Private 11111 I
ltlt.r-I have a large number of sewing machines that have been used-some

man of Orahamville. will please but little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have .
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Ladies are invited to call. Elegance of
out thanks for as tine a trout as everslanted '! Room until midnight. Personal been thoroughly overhauled by experienced; workmen and all worn parts replaced -
open A great revival meeting will be inaugurated -
in the waters uf the Okl.iwaha. style! and beautiful designs will more than make
and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried
attention to special orders anything the
I given at Baptist church :
It made a feast indeed. Private Bill for the and do work before it
-un-I uu delay. guaranteed to perfect leaves our store. Can be seen
the market offers prepared for the table on I day week. Dr. \Vharton. from .\
Iq of the't't..ral\!! of the Lou- I and tried, if desired.
r.or'I will lead it. A noted singer will bed!
Ki.ina troops and made as fine a short notice. here next Wednesday to train the choir' Mrs. Tompkins will take pleasure in showing you he I We will sell these machines very ION for cash. Prices run from (4 to $12,

.t..i soldier as any man that ever ear.Icd II and each is a bargain at the price.
preparatory to holding this great revival stock of Easter Hats. !
i a musket. We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and Wil-
gathering. j jI
I son" Machines-with without button-hole attachment.
Sewing or

Faster cards at the Postoffio Drug I DumbVuiter Connects With Bar I I, I! __ ___ __ I II Graphophones and Records. A Graphophone and 6 Records for $5.
lillll-th.: finest thing of the kind ever I j I

exhibited in the "'t).. I Skilful Cooks Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands With family! around expecting; him to i| I SPECIAL ATTE. 'ION TO MAIL ORDERS
die. and a son riding for life. Is miles.: T. W SMITH\ & COMPANY

out young and enterprising friend : Special price to Regular Boarders to get Dr. Kings New Discovery for Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at

and ne".|>aj>er nun. Charles M r.1n.. i iVnsumrtion. Coughs and Colds W"i ;

the '' i' H Hroun of Leesville, In,).. endured, ARE: "SMITH'S"
Ji changed name of the Uelle- :
view N>\\'si-Letter to the :Marlon I>mo-1 I i Win's agonies from asthma: but this;!

-rat. and the place of publication will i wonderful medicine gave instant relief';
j I and cured him He "I1 I II Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open for business in Ocala Furniture Co.
lie OcaJa instead! of lielleview.Sticky At McGrth's Stand I soon writes:
the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Square.All .
know I ;
I sleep soundly every night. Like I imarvelous i
of Goods New and First Class; Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints; a !
fly and floor cures Consumption.! ; .
paper wax. Fresh WAA.o-'J1"i-
.A.rti1LiPls: p'lJ A.
!' r3!> y5 z;
i' Pneumonia. Bronchitis, Coughs Colds I II' Complete Supply on Hand. Oils, Lead. etc. Stoves Ranges, Farm Tools of all :
stuck just received. Tydings & ('O.. I'
I Kinds. in Shelf Hardware, Tinware, etc. Sash, Doors ? j
phone No. 3i,). and Grip prove its matchless merit for|. Everything Agateware, :: \ i\"r

I II I J. R. MARTIN & CO. I'j I all Throat and Lun troubles. Guar-I and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Agents for E. C. Atkinson and Co's. Fa- I Nine: nr-srr i

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Bright of'' .inteed bottles, 50c. and $1. botI I mous Saws: Wire Netting; American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Lowest \ t

i des free the Prices; Will Prevail. : Deaths ., +
Toronto. Canada, winter visitors tot at Anti-Monopoly Drug- 2, !
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Familiarizes Us

'. ala a and pleasant guests of stay the here Ocala, returned House.Suet GENERAL LIVERYMENFine j the Wants of the People Your Business Solicited. I i iI I ofall j Pure Juices from 1 Natural> Roots.eEG'JiATES !

Y"sterdayaftrrnoon: D. S W.) du I
home yesterday.Our __ __ __ _____ thePeople
I -" t.H>k to Iastlakt': to show them thrnf.ijues I
: i ihs river! SteiJisehiind ,
old friend. Frank l ro...n. of the Carriages Buggies and Traps or that lovely portion of Ma- :

Brown House at Silver Springs, has Drummers Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. run: county. Mr and :Mrs. Harry Phil-i W. P. EDWARDSAt 1 the Sf sign t Lilies the Blood! |

:"'s .md Mr T H. Phillips. who were |

tei had trade a very being suctessful letter than season he hn has wtn-ever the successful auctioneers in the IHE'i,j the City Market Suffer GU.R'S.[MtalGf11, Bm3usnes S. rrllSli'ei! cn.1 ( I

experienced. Tourist travel l on tht'lrlnr 1 FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses I i sale of city lots.SEWING. i iI I II : \ from a 'eal fOmach and Iii?r alred Digast.on.! ....;

has been very large. and they': !

sought accommodation with him to enjoy and Mules for Sale. Horses I MACHINES I Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable Diseased i Est erj Bol! n1irled te Sits Ssfistetoi. i

a season of rest. I I Don't buy a new machine until you i LARD F SOT:Lt fS3SAL.+ a09F3.
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. I in Season 'I i
I na.e seen ana tried the light running i : Liver F-Jk< 50 c.>I1t !

LOST-Rev. J. I t. Davis, colored of New Home, for they are strictly .i. i- --
York lost his ministerial! permit. The J. R. MARTIN & CO. date and guaranteed to please you in City and Country Trade Solicited : f. ( Prepared by JAMES! f. BA1LA23.: St Lwis. Mo, J

tinder will please return to the above every particular. For sale by the Ocala';I z- ot:'..>ti ..-.c.totot". >ti k" !ooo'.t: \

address. TELEPHONE NO. 117 j Furniture Company. tt |i I Free Delivery Phone J2 J. i it ivMfYi I I For gale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstorea.

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DESSERTIn 9, Number 250 OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea I BOX E91 Address OCALA. FLA

.I." FLn'ft! :! ___. __n_ - --- --
N> f:-I IJ.e! to prejvireJO : I

cents a Package IN THE MARCH OF PROGRESS I -.. _............ !.!....!..!...!. '..-'.-...!.'!...!.....!.. .. '.!..'. ... .!!._ "..______ 0- HEARST STEADILY GAINING -OCALA .

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Pretzels 15c a pound Dunnellon.! the Pncsphate City. Keeps A BIG DRIVE INS South Dakota Instructs far Him and!

Right Up With the Procession i iI :New Yorx ;is Going; ;) His Way

Spratt's Dog Biscuits visitor" ho !has not sera th* Pratt ii.:i STRrT HATS I :;.cial to the Erenins >tar
t..ll.'lty for s vrral years is deciird. ., luux F aUs. March J-.-The ,2cm:>-

Brook Trout I the I i i critic state convection held hrre t: '
) imprest ty rmprovrments.: We will sell for the next I

and :i day, to Meet eight drlreair :(.. :'-.r
: During this titer its .ir"ts have been ; few days a line of
national .on\rntioa. adopted rcsoiuuo&s -
Soused Mackerel tarde&oi by th? .ite j-tu : instructing: delegates to vote fr
the. mines nearly. :and will more t kiln I I
!! STRAW HATS AT 50 CENTS I William Randolph Hearst for prrs.d-r.-
$1.50 I
o-in par* with thos of Ocali. of uMch! .: i
tial nomination. Srst last and all the
Triscuits 1 lOc a pkg. 11.*. lave don; eonsiierail: batsurg. :
t !i We to that
The fathers of tbe phosphiie! burs before time.New beg announce we are
-- They are the latest style, come and get one i York. March 3d.-The democrsi-
hale been wii-a-aie. businrss earn.Ioe .
Ferris Square Break- they are all ic primaries: aId conventions whici are
: ui5 to the brst latercsta of their gone. I
fast Bacon community. tow brir::? held throughout the state ready to deliver ice to the ]

:; vt:; Xrw York show that ia every county people
Th city marshal! is Henry Gordon. '
I'ttreth..? dwaoeraticote is strong.
who wands so fciza in their estimation

Cranberry Sauce in : that bets are ttnas mad :among the THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE ,. the caucuses Hill Where and conventions the republican, arraatst of Ocala and surrounding country

turn" that te Hill poll S-) jr cent
bulk and tin
I II .'f. the votes of tiat pm-uict ins ran- us-lit'

II I I I jay l.r >lnl"!l? of Miruoi: tvurty.1'rougs .
: .f. ,- '!.- :- ,.,.- \ ,te whiie, .". thesvie'fT ..pithy of the democrats residing in Competition is the Life of Trade 1
at the his administration: tht Unor I'urir..n van weil! fWi! $ : 4
,,- __ :._ ..':- : they are :C.uer iistrKtthe, democrats outsi ie.f
; the prisA&ers of the city his bon.J. its .hurifc rdirks. tn.Pr.t>>: ::!is

..!'Lz l TEAPOT GROCERY ..;.lIlH the Hill niachiK Forty counUrs -
,,,::.in4 of its streets by comparison .liti' a close second :..z.d their: pasio- --
have held their primaries' and v-on-
'th tvse of asy other town la the the youn; but popular Mr \'-$:::"_ es-::
-- --- \"'noon= so far in this state. Of the Having new and modern machinery
a.thr.. sects to coraplete his new but d.!:?: .:. CLOSING OUT SALE
total cf 4iL :SS votes, have ban; cast.
For Th r d-I'JUlJ for: timber !has been so A arc; or ten days We feel conrjim: ,
The countirs carried fcy Hill up to
rat that the land has been deauiMits Lori the flitteriEC remark heard of Tne Carrricrae! & Sin Ce. Getting; ;) Rid
WATCHESAnd date show: a total cf ?ll"otes; and efficient men we can fullfill the j
y trees. The test that theg.snno tea: preachy; that it will not be rnan> cf Its Stack cf Dry. Goods ,
were cast in the last state etecuoa it
: = suns rays had to be softened moons before the unpaid; obligations; and! Sra s i ;

REPAIRSGO t the eyes of its mhaMuats. so those resting! on the: church will have trenianie ;, brin? tess than Ol -tlird of the tot. :
From now unt:: the stock :s entirelyone. democratic vote. These f:=urea are remarkably -' demands of the trade promptly and
TO- who tae been making their tt w2e .led. and the great dedicatory services .
? \10" will! of'.rythug: in oar siimiicant: as sing the
:!hrre have planted ncTseroustr wade 111 U: be the rest,
F. G. B. WE1HE well ;lS orte-i stock of dry goods, co ; weakness of HilL Bitter antaroaism
.....s. which art becicjuc to grow aId Good schools area s:;:re !.':gl of a
does. snoes etc.. at and below! cost" VTare '!!' has heen shown arainst_ thr machineby satisfactorily and solicit a share of
The Jeweler read their invmr.c foUa'e to ttsbreeze. town's moral, business and i::.tettrctta
sola? out of this department of ourbuiriess. dt"tI11X"ratsthrou ht>country dis- f,
-_. -- -.--. A continuance of this cota- stati, the world over. Drsello: :s
,; We have not the time to de-
: tricts. and democrats who have
m..nJ.1b1.e.ork aril make DunneUoo a temple of l'arnmr. in charge of ProfLoveiL. ;
vi.te to it. If you want baieains. call formerly been favorable! to Parker: have the patronage of the public
:. Illy beautiful placeM occupies: that po"ltL n.
SUMMERSTYLES v'%1S.. but you must: hurry. as at these ,.wur.g around m favor yt Hearst Manyof
\er Use city there is aa air of 5U- Our next visit to the Phuspoate City The
tares the stock will rot last long: tteoQ"eGuoos held there -snap'OIl"entions. t
t..ty! and continuity that rrom-" wllnot b.r deferred for two years class and ,
stock is .i:! fre h first ; up : :and ai: orts of trickery --
-v--:.1 for its ture oth. Ttse stocks though it some, of: the aspiring aura 1
Zo-J-i.e respect.The ; j! .
.' i! r'.ery war resorted to b>' thr machine! to at- <
a tuning town of & decade a;o :are were possible it would be a shire ton OarriKhael i Son Co. I
tarn its i iI
Handsome: line of piece "ast disappearing. and la their: stealo ; aad the latent sica;: which were' taiL- point. WATCH FOR THE .- +S

*. substantial dareilincs are teuictrd ? ed a year acv are liable to !t tick: o'.t i
goods in stock fcr suits .. SEVENTY-FIVE: ACRES OF A SEVERE COLD ; .
:- Amo&z the raosi netxeitt at ity raoirsrtt.Oon .
trousers and: overcoats.We CHOICE LAND FOR SALE FOR THREE MONTHS': :
'r the Fabler: Blithers trks block.i rarulatioE* have been many because .

are up-to-date in material :-. hotel and the HalU&gsvarth bib- Dr. James Baskin will on the For sa!.... 71 acres of as ?ood lani as I.t -

and: workmanship.All .. _s fount opposite. rte rarrciinti firt cf April be DunneUoc new ?.*:- can be had in Manon county descnbe The follow is? letter from A. J. 'U-: BLUE
baum. of BatovUIe. Ird.. tells lU
orders skillfully and! .: :hr city are "carrvis. Urje and '.s- master. wu of cwt,. sec 1*. tp 14. s. r ii .. own WAGONS"a
story.I sji'ered for three months with
.-I siocks v\f g'>iis and enjiwsng ..n Po'.ittcs: i* not excmrs in Dumsllon. I.l I. e or !tying slont: : the GainesvnKe: road.
promptly executed, work severe colt A drug st prepared tae
--iirnt: trade l tho&lh... key note of conver&itioc about 4V. i.- fee miles from Ocala. a
fully some medicine! and a physician prescribed
guaranteed. Wh:}., we had tune to \.sit only A enter in TaJtaferro. Sparkmari.Davis HrIs a vhazoe. for it w.ll be sold

fr\k o fthr stores we founi Mr Ed- : .n i fVrdr.. Of the three rirstrunie3 -;;:ip for ,..s' of the Star: for me. yet I did not ImproI \ .
Jerry Burnett then tried K and Tar. andeight
Fogy's ney
't iros of the Racket; chrerfU as A :t is \<,;-> e''irr. thr> wl.:: r<.:I.: L-e* (":.::i. fa. RESPECTFULLY
j doses cured me." substitutes
:: k.r. a ;umm1lr's't: and Mrv'
Merchant Tailor. soii by the Postoiice Drue-
W deals m general c: r-

.--- ---- sore.
-haaiise. wore the aw of cose : !:;eat

the only cirluve:: grocer is LUMBERROUGHOR

ROQUEFORT .. very busy tear Doctrfs Siskin asiC5'
j .. Editor Star. Peaset: .t: tie to
In Xein:-' tone a the Kbthot.Za -
SWISS andLIMBURGER HEE E :.ik" public through the colurris cfyvur
-- tW: : en vt U r.reSirs. J. M. HEFFERT JOHN H. TAYLOR.
r.P.,r our sincere thinks ior te ,
:eem ui amtst prosperoa 'Co::' DRESSEDSee

-ALSO- : ..!'. y.. \. ..-:..;: H.. :. :, :,....- vrrv kindly interv: eiaibitrc ty the .
toward HC --- -
white physicians Mercy ;;I.
barrel of Sour MrVirte .
uses a \f\ quKkly:
Phone :*:, and thus attest our high aprrrcta-
A fine line of Wrenn :XeviU the pope ir A
tot of the interest: rnar.ifrstrd by
C L a.-ent. looks like a cno=eur to d
them. We ratsfally actet hErr !:
retard breaking suto M IVER&MACKAYOcala
B. H. SEYMOURPHONE .:. the j in of the: isana-rrjc ofMercy
W"hah.d to m et up witi rrSiniu -
: and: the cokrt-J -
Hospital r- rulaion
*ll. who taTt.g tot as ,:-
ROLLS of oar ,,::.t :;n..lIgcity azi
role f70'oIt"b oomsty tff)rfr.r : NO. 25. Ocala, Fla
: KES r 'outy.blow: us to say that the 3-.f: Florida
: freeie. then sought the frc : U:e ,
.-- ----- of: *. very 't..te operaitg Tate &ni: t.o
i.h's.s the waters'" Pusta. Gtt:a.rr
at r.vfs stands for rrgicl: I :zsmnrn: : :'
:_rse-i to DttmeUc* to fee! Sites" ::?:
_!'.i jstrunent tnivs.! came to the =..:.:.>
:ra: *: U<: te us foen-1 its jJ:_-
FRENCH BAKERY PLEASED CUSTOMERS aen-.r-ni as i very pteisast ini :accefLible and
:-.g ;iace. H? ts the -Jrierate who a.invade Phosphate, Mining Washing Machinery

f ? 5'rprsE. And when we SJ.Tsirprisf
voted .
or so 3.'D rhtyor..e ... -
'.RS: VASTSOT. PRCPR.ETOR: we ic- not stem tc ecnveyrise :
taxes for Geceral Bullock forresi O:'Eat -
-. : .'::. T<. rci'>i tiles about: our .!;]r idea thai wr have ever in tir ; S!

-- -- the Ortaado cocventxn. asity : :-_ : "e would dare to print. vea wit'!I or now dowhtri the crnrrosity ;r it.asthropic ..- Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys Carriages
W.W. Carman &Co. his perasteacy arid that of h:sfrieaj ,
"'oe.Fr.iJ1k -:-:e*:y leavened l with pride. I' TO;; ilisposton of *h* inor: t';-:

.. .AC. ?<-rv*.c.- ,lOCk:> Of Lyons, whom alraf eer.. I t/ t ,-..: to ksow the merit of oar cc:!rt: '. that w* considered our hunb: ;> !**-

'. t 1 '. :--c-i.y. deJiciouscsss. $15'"S -==t'. cur ...a.oo tsicTiiSca t to have e-
betty knows t t doing \"e! 7
The bndin ttt'r : R, :-. :date as to form and raaii-rot L ed from these rrnUrrrs"h s.= rvdeuce :- HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
CARUAN, : i CD'S, new ? sjaiuur.? tabee ...
or t>-:r hearty !;;- _. wSii.Y' .
... .. .' who
and JOUUBC lie hiaisDu&ceiioes cf Ya- f ty:: to ask uses buY. *ir :!

\ .__ L..n St. Borth ol city or.n. ,1i".J .' .,...' ..' this nut brxaus* ..- tr- -;'-'
;;.s. -" :: :r. ; .. : ;r..?ht in Lo"lt'y's :wfitCi:a:-
1r a doubte-i the.' eenerxsness ,.'. r.-r: .f
suburb ter. :;::s bf :::r

.... .- Crystal River Lumber Cos=;aty. irlMr -A:- klnlly: professrunai;. srs 7::- Building Materials, Every Kind and Description

could not te so rcrir.ris
FR. -5 ,:.ND: VEGETABLES.CHICKENS:: J. R tiers sc* factory: aid cv: :i C'i'S.: E. TAYLOR'S. ro&nsremexit ?
.. to accept thttn a ?;a p rsc--.i. .<.'r::-
ANA' : : E0a3r siora-e plant t-eyor.3 the rvrr ;.sr -
;;.mt'.t :v :t;;*!f. but ;crfti then in
-.S! of the new steel bridge FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
-. tic ;>_CTatI teat issur'rit _. -- -- the same spirit in which they were
C T MilSr. th* trit.rltuni si ii;
". ; jou: r'.cii.V !,-.reni. a rec<>-me in these rA? the
oaf busisess mA:1. hibrrn WITH THE COMINGOF
\ \V CLF..t.; i CO sane pint that charctnze H.:!: soiae very' valuable trxi: ?s :r.ra'.ry
THE a bos -- -- Phosphate Complete
H* shed u* several spots atwt :J YEARi _
rrcosr.jre:; in them: a desire oe te"t
,sad bronsBt to feus tae I)U:5 :-"_- l.
W .U :: :: ';; ':: '' : .:< the wtuw profession to s:::--:*...::- _*
:'"_:- 1 per cent. He also kts parn : : :: .
Gala wagon Works .n.: d all cf the Betty., lands SB tie *rrr SEJ tt* car., ev_.; --..: -. ii :.) the hsrtsrst *xc--r:: : : ._ -. --

t\;.v.ed paper city of Leroy as4 ha person interest "! in buHi ns to know ; I arid for tie a. .:,ted o? ,ouv' :-.:-.--
= :==\..ER.. f ,;third of them at very haahowea'riatY. that w'IL.... jr ;.-oe--j to rn e: t.e Rtz 1 r7, ::{ 4 -\ I ntY w-.thoat regard to r.-eor: : .
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I' .. .: J. I WoOitiJK: in tferH a. sp-;: :*. ;!'.iinartrirrss
the -"t.-.r.'. fear:t '._ ;:u-_;: ..'...'- :;:' '." i" t I Iiaees
,, _- R.- -; "'ts Rt ;''' :!'I eabe! .. I ; that is a syro.jf thrceixil & { DO."ED'S
= : : A L4 t2 feature of Briic. strert 1... : TflE DflRmiCHHEL SON}
of the \.. res: }"'.:?r ,_ei -f- .t.. !.Ji : prvfesoc-the pr-ifrssi: :f. .'
i't Sanre are a number of cre-ltifee hotLrs: < M."OT :,
: ':::: ;:. gar Rer .._'_. ___0.: _.....__... :_ sti -,_-' ,.0. ID \ ",'I. ;zkrfstakrfsta; -. If we have :n th*. ;:li!: .
which are sa'i te have bees built ty : 1/
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zfce colored popoJauoa of EunEeik .",. '. ...' ....-' .- .... =--...;: senuousiy i'Dd.-.i\. :E i :: t- L'?;:
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We had always thought!=5bcotfcj -- .
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:; PLACE"IVIcCrath's
.:-=. .rtUOCil :anse :s sour : --:'': .t
rl iati.; were oit &led soieiy far vot- n. _ C.I.GRACE.4 eisrts the fsrare. Aai"hiZ
:n ssef'iess. -
'erg pi pc but if our cocsty o--
i' Wagons :..Z those :=-roe- ari: .---r "--'
"" \.s.tff'.r.g. :: sea :: : r '
dab could eater the of-n hocv? c:! .
---- Old Stand
.', __ : aid N.j ,the Plate City ai see :a what C".l!' ':'I-t,;!'!:: !.->n !oA : :, ."'

--- .J .e are ::--.: a-._:.: Margtand
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': re-et : >. W:.-liP : i! Pet.W ; .:--: NEST SIDS SQ'U A R .

.heepiaa tesap a there %oul t- apaie.

C i I u b Rebuilt and Newly Furnished j(j
: -- : RED &r 7 T'+R O t.'GH
We also the taM of Dr B
ciasped :::- 1

t 3- a toewnr orang ir\)wer of Mclstosh In the ccontry new lands fenced Eire crops cade.In S ... -ISO! -- 7..s.l: 5:1.! T"- $::"> :: Tell It .r. "
: :.- H:.t: m F as and bat show a ;rs.t -m; deati't and Ocala new buildings going up and tHe ::'''es Pure tastes SEER. ALE AND SODA FCR FAUJLY TfiiDE. THE PUREST LIQUORS i
L at Dunne Ht'S dtuagwiz Rye
;:: J..l:1 : old ones being painted. To eiTttr mh phrase.tzs '
use an ':enury 9
old because it
Mrs. H. W. Bane. a rs3ent a s.n.j' ." Havair
: ( 1 <.L Riw : : a ; er true = : hajrmii
a:1 r. :
.OV.TKSSRECEIVED : year *,;o of Mciaopy. late xi* CVra.s.BO OUR LITTLE BANK HELPED TO MAKE THESE ; s.! a srirt.I Vt."gma. :.;;,.s. in tbs old. & It I is a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS 1rhi

1;$ pe)5e3eo -s of tie of IS41. .: .s s. stery; very nrichth
DAILY HocseShe rtaialy ;* ixs a Jiiofice < present C? to a snort air) \ ke"which
besasrs Tie rush, of ;:-.rszs :s Mrs. .kb E. Harraan ;s( Yetis Ssanoc.Vi f AND DEALERS IN ALL

-.... "";;:.:.i-ej _'..-r-ws-es: so davit that alr4iy tie ro- =-..'::: MUNROE & CHAMBLISS E ..i.0 persxisu: fcxrw.r-ige of tc-r time has brought

Hoc?*. tie 1CfI :o ber hose! :s ...xrruz tee -:..-::.:..;; jrvpeTCies si Charsber-:: KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS .i

:- T V.r.: I CAN with ocvtipaat,,. 1!....,. EUrrTtt u a E Ocala Florida.INSURANCE _a- s C.,.4i P:s&r-iy: -LAK January- to ripeness. It GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT i

:. \ vi.VMS: ; .. :oot a'rea4tni ceiiT.I "
your* watt in years tet er tc d ----- se stjsTry OAST
is down
\\'. M. TUCKER. .:h a very _trs* arao-us: >f rs::rlii -"'" I :&i.->r-i si* wocli tate jzesoBCi. written A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES WITH FREtDELIVERY.
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City Market.H.R. scscr sows how te rsa A hociaot : ..'_: oer of rsy aarhiors toad me old with all the SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS. ;

-a u omiyhr .sat:: : z.v* tins nicely kid tired her fiuJs WE DO THE LARGEST MAIL ORDER BUSINESS: IN THE STATE.

.- -- sal aM aiJtia mg lit dis.rrt.: .' ti-.f ii i I tears :iTit it to hay bafcy characters of ALL ORDERS FILLED ON RETURN: TRAIN.

table. is as ?lttt as azy a tie f:!.:* ...! ice ate it aim cT red fcer. I Lear.
P. O. so:.. r White and Colored Bars at
;; ; :t : : for:: ti* for* shE. ctarc v tsi hrrare HALL RAWLS & WHEELER :; y tk1 tU rxastk"tiI'eN stCocrh Cbait- ageHmeUowSeparate

xs s wry v-oir fanner: j-j .r t..,. .3.i! S Rame-iy for pi fntg't Si.a.t A. L.
S. and town
HUNTERX.OCKSMITH AG1-M5 ;r\l< ness ripeness Both the up places.
NS01 tie crest=' ceciorts tiai ct s wttS-E H!Y-ead:, I czI ,

-- sue dsspers**. He ted AT Y .ie Standard Fire Insurance Companies and Penn Mutual l :-. :e1._____'e:,i :: :a tz-sty or say too L \r. Out LJqtttrs, Wines and Beers are bought in

. .GUN----; -' soft.iirbe. a3eep'slsceraWe Life Insurance Co. =....:=: ::s bopeis a1 who rs-a: Car Load lots direct, and our prices are the

hs! l1rI !ar:sttr :: refer : w_ :y :*. sri be eocvzced. LI There are severs! so-

-al- ,.' Slaw wfco. re&rs icji coef Fire Life and Accident I I ...a s5 FCT sake EJ S-i: drZiTli-S. calledClub": >X;'his- Lowest"We

the fco:.&rs ci the Brrck Caw t-: Always PJ.easoi
I k .-c that :are not ,
fc.- :i* Us:: c""rCii* his W-f? his r irk -- (0': L.:.: !. the testtest '

c tar t-L.S .:;! r: Siei..'l': Hrare A. s ') -..: .; ,-::: r(! eau a-' f.'C c r.3. .. : Ch. You

Repairing a Specialty.CCALA \! r. .:S .... ; e Ino Carmioaei & O. Deala Aa 1
...:.ti* :t yacOM : ""- :s ..:-.i .... rl:;"" :: :::s. y can it by t : .t. OQ

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Ocald Evening Star, Thursday: March 3J J904

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AT THE FMR3L ANTHONY "He Won't Die Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company I THE COLORED PEOPLE'S :

Recently on the same day. Mr. Tom I I Of consumption is a remark often nat'.e -- DEPARTMENTRev.

ar nb and Mr. Jack Basse-It eath lost :: of a fleshy man. The remark exuresses

SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT, a child from measles.The the popular recognition of the fact that TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10, 1904
the sign of consumption is tIIl4Cl&Uuu. J. E. A.
Keeler, Editor
school atten-iance ia largely In- loat of fiesh. On

Triscuit whole wheat ci-t.a1 now" du in flesh it ;\; Sh' >r 'IB* \.sat !
les i U subsiding. A DEPARTURES FROM OCALAFor ,, a ,
I( '; I Why not the colored men of Marion i at" a. >
s ire that wasting a ip. .'. : a.t M
bread toast Kgn
product as a Mr. McDowell has moved his mill :! : .
diseases be-" county organize a banking institution. never > <1 al Ifitrit i
Rochelle Jacksonville, M.
cracker or wafer. about two miles" south of Anthony I I i j leg] cured. Palatka. I Hundreds: ;: jea. thousands of dollars are &
I \Vaycross, ThomasviUe Savannah
here he w ill soon be ready to fill or- !;, Emaciated people squandered monthly in this and adjoining '
d with obstinate Charleston.VUmmton, :Richmond.
-rs. I
"Presto" A flour coughs, bleeding Washington. Norfolk. Baltimore counties that could be put to
prepared saves a Mr. J. M. Price the sawyer for MeowelFs proper use. and be made
j,ungs. night.. atl TRAIN NO. 32, 1:20 A. M. Philadelphia New York. Boston and i a help to the
D mill was seriously but not i tdangerously nd weakness, have l citizens and bring the race to
fourth of the half the trouble been all Eastern;: points. Also for all West proper
I perfectiy
expenses, on Tuesday afternoon j recognition. The race needs more
: cwv
1 cured by the use of ern points;: in connection with Chi-
by a pli-ce of falling timber. It Is I II '
monied men In it.
and all of Doped r. Pierce's Golden and Florida
and biscuit"making. cago Sf-etUl.
anxiety pastry I h he will soon be at his! post agaJn. i j i Medical Discovery. Special services at St. James Episcopal

A white baby from th.. Park Is in The several stepsof For Rochelle. Palatka Jacksonville;: and
church tomorrow night by Dr.ittle. .
I the possession of a colored family of the cure were recorded TRAIN NO. 78, 1:15 P. M. all points east. Also for Macon Atlanta Plusact: Paa"I:: Pt.
in ounces L He will also administer *,er iI.e \.k >
this place whore taking care of the j t Nashville;: Chicago, via Dixie corns oi! ', .IE g> ..
of .
Ii and pounds increasing munion on Sunday a tS o'clock a. m. Guu.nle 1 sur r -
6.inwfor il.'! parents. | weight. Flyer route. You are invited. Sterling Remedy Co

I Mrs. Webb has moved her stock ot ,' When there is gain For Leesburg Croom Trilby, Brooks- : ANKUtL SALE, TEN
t in flesh the The committee of transportation of
THFFUR > goods into the Tydmgs building which I i wasting TRAIN NO. 39, 3:20 P. M. ville. Tarpon :Spring Clearwater.
II I.i diaeate is being the A. M. E. church has arranged to.
I has been repaired: and put in first class surely cured. Thl eair. St Petersburg Lakeland.
I II carry its delegation to Chicago over theS.
I order. Mr Will H WTiitmire Tampa and intermediate points.
of ArVtoo, Kuciir.g-; A. L.. returning via St- Louis.
A number of candidates have
| ap- I ham Co Va sOur *oc: c-ntractsd ue For Leesburg. Croom, Trilby, Tarpon -
p tared here of late soliciting votes for d ttmMc cough We calkJ a jVi ,r ana he pro TRAIN NO. 21, 2:16: A. M. Springs; Clearwater Belleair. St. Petersburg The Great Easter Show
B. L. I-IALL the various ott e..s. i aOL .ced it irntatwn uf the bruiic-bia: tube* ....tthithmattc !
tr.mble: and he informed me that my and intermediate points. O ala's greatest Easter exhibition of
Next Sunday will be th. second J Jquarterly
j was liaV.r: to die at time He told meat '
say TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25 P. M. For the latest creation Ladies
conference for Ith U we could keep the bronchial tubes .fpfu Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosas- in Misses
the Anthony {
| hw e migktcore him but after treating him several sa and intermediate points. and Children's Hats of every description .
Proprietor. charge. The presiding elder Rev. J. j jF' eeI aa J m\ SOD gruwia!% worse al:! the time
concluded! tb try Dr Pierce G jlJen M Su.alDucovenr For Juliette and Ocala's greatest and largest
High Springs.;: Live Oak.
Hilburn. will fill the pulpit in th<' : and P:>a.ant Pel'.ets I: I ha.! keen
t evening and Rrv. H. B Krazee of Cit. :' Krvrril almost miraculous !brought: about TRAIN NO. 45, 10:10 A. M. Dupont, Waycross and all points eastan.J selection of Flowers' Foliage. Chiffons.Veilings. .
b the of these medicines and of I
-5I y ue course ,
Ribbons :Mourning
-------- - Goods.
ra in the morning. I had wonderful faith in them He UMS" three west.
.. bott let Golden Medical Diecoverv at home
-" - - - - Bridal Veiling etc.. will commenceThursday
wHIT 'sfiE Our farmers complain of a poor stand | and one vial of the Pellets! and ..a> then well TRAIN NO. 49, 7:10 A. M. For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosassa
I <' Cl nough to go to West Virjfinia taking a! the *tth inst. You are cordially -
I I \egretables.: The drouth which has< with him. I am just m receipt of a letter from and intermediate points.
WORMS VERMIFUGE I .eiIa.i invited to call and inspect the
him from which I am IWrd"
i, greatly injured the young plants has: quote. j I Trains Xo. 3: and 21 carry Pullman ?!eep T3.
e.tgeuI-vvryftesAb l
largest and
I prettiest line of Hats and
( 2IuitnQ cu: I> ;'n i .w. rei''-ntly been broken by showers, but The Common Sense Medical Adviaer
| Trains No. 39 and: 7S carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars. High Art
Millinery Goods
For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies V1 lL .1 ot enough to meet the needs of the lor 9 large pages is sent lice on receipt of ever shownin
'WJc! | [stamps to pay expense of mailing ot II( LD l1Y %.ZJIU DR.UGr-GXSTfi3.: Send onenrent for the cloth- .
31 stamps ;S: unda's, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:15:; Broadway Millinery Store.Remember .
Prp.redbytA JAMES F. BALLARD, St-Louis. i i Theotrrs of this precinct are glad i 1 bound volume or only 21 stamps for the p. m. I

ww j, to of the candidacy of Mr. 1-;. 1.V.irtni4nn 'book in paper covers Addio Dr.> R. Train 21 connects at :::t. Petersburg with Independent Line of steamers i

i'or sale by the Antl- (fmofoly Drul'torpInri all) other leading druggistsToo 1T for member of the legisla-:, V. Pierce. Buff. 'o. :;. Y. for Tampa and Manatee river points. stall No. i, city market.

I Call at the Mack House for comfortable
? tur and will give him a hearty support ,
For full complete and reliable information regarding rates. through car
lodging and board
f rom this place.DANGERS. at reasonable -
,: irrangements. sleeper reservations, etc.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line rates. West Broadway.A .

.agent or address, I '
MUCH MEDICINE OF PNEUMONIAA social will be given tonight at the
T. C. WHITE Division Passenger Agent
I home of Mrs. A. A. Jones for the benefit
H. M. EJICnsON. Traffic Manager, W. J. CRAIG, General Pass.g'nt
of Covenant Under all
A ) at this time if neglected: is Baptist church. Glad to

l liable Wilmington. North Carolina. have all attend.
to cause which is
Th. System cenlinuilly wronged by over.eating and over-drinkinj Mr. D. Kauble of
o tatal and even when the patient J. H. McNeil of .
Anthony was in the Nevasa C. was
and the debilitated condition aggravated by dosing
i has recovered the lungs are weakened city yesterday on business. < cured by Koaoiof

with harsh, nauseous drugs and medicines I II I making them peculiarly susceptible to i, stomach

|Itht' development of consumption. Fo-i i : Florida East Coast Ry. Just ReceivedThe had troub.e ertejtsd hicn

The eicesiire! and lnJl>crmmjt: uvj of domt-n H-u.l.iChfs.. TzznM! ronstlpitloa. i ley's Honey and Tar will stop the :
laeditmea.: in tlicie.&'...c-nuol be Kio strontrlj hum in tin U.. ir. idr and ibr skin bccoairimllow Great Eastern Broadway Millinery! Store has
CocJcninml Ihe fi,,,1"ItU f*l. it ierlydiifeaieU. ..nd \t'llIwl: h rouvb und Ih1..116: cough heal and strengthen the lungs. I|I ''
i_ kil tbe toaia cool. 1 flrl: AL.trOU.MA I'KL'.SK: WAKLKS: and II LOCAL TIME CARD No. 53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904. ;just from the millinery center -
and Western Line
after TflP Lit and in tivbort t.mi jour liter wulbe prevent pneumonia. Sold by the I another shipment of creations latest
Only common lenie la ot"t' .d. The foodMtutUndUeMnl i
'rtllrmlD' its projr uaction. driving the f i I'ostofTice Drugstore. SOl'THSOl'ND-KEAD!' : ) !
tnt thf 1iowt. must not t d NORTHBOUND-READ UP. in
bit! from the xrctrm. t' nothlaf but CAL- Walking and ReadytoWe.irHats
a U u.l' rlotf.& I'rrserve >our beiUti \>J lt\>KN"l\ I'KI'XK WAFLKb: -no other I fir - zr r ="""-
rnenUol these coudltluu mcdiciuc is nii-fssarj. No. 23 i> No..35 Ni. :29! N> 23 No.28 1 No.98 No. 73 No.74 No.26 ',, ] for ladies and misses. Everybo.h

Constipation surely lea-It to lc<1' *t>tion. blllouinrii. C.I.IFOU1PR'CSJI: : WAFERS if tak..n i BELLEVIEW BRIEFS Across the Entire States of .iuly. .1| V'tI.l. | 1' d.: I i' : .. in..j. STATIONS I, 1'al.y I'M.) lJ"I'.v 'j I iU.1:;. l i lIa;:". i is talking about our pretty Keady-to-:

,j etc affect! and the cuuiluiuu UI..e n unlit of urn\ih--i bl'lOlt.a'i whtoteleot dirtrru-d. 'AI i 1 |r.'iIt1tl lv cure the niOMt obstinate I jr ... ....1| S 13 :! t 31 I in' ;,-; : -on i v J'kMinv'c, Art dua tH. a 7 iJfl 7t p ....... Wear Hats. You should see them.
.".tlr Ind. .tion,TorpM Liver.Constipation. 1 ........, 3 ...... .. ... :
ddbtlltate tile 1littm.. r.lllll'rII.tI \I.'t'I.tlbie o4- rff I! \Vor.l has bt-en received here 121- j i MI j'k*>nv> LT t! :'Ja 1:2. _
to inure nrriou ailiueuu. 'oJ U.. abie W etc.. &o as to stay cured.CALI : that H Hth ;, und ...... S:5 .. IH ,p I! I5.i 9 "Ia St. AiiCeestine 6> Wa| via 5 ,11 It 31 i ....;... .
r..I t liucll atucki. )"' KN'IA PRCXE WAFERS do the Mis. <'"gs\\.II's father died Monday, TEXAS LOUISIANA .. I 0 t-: II.! .it .. .1J'ltnu. .. .. 6 4, a 5331'... .. -......... l lj !

If jour stomaoh ha been abusM by oterMltn worK \ULIIII\lt the s.i.'htest; .ain. jr.;* or .. 1'lt.t. liefttie the arrival of Mrs. -. ....'-:3tl'-2C3i> -:: :-: -i> -aoe E j.aat.... .-3fa62a,- 5n, 5Hi>.-....... j i Legion No. 94 meets on Friday night

<, vrakeoeU. by druk' i>r bickiirsou nauva. They i.roduce natural and easy I II ... 12 Lv''..... .. to install officers for the ensuing ear. '
I 1C5) .1'I t.I'.r., .I'a.altn! toil a < 51)ij 4 i f 3 ] t >
Cogswell. has ,
ou't have u eatln.. nor tiiei lour'' lf. nioirmrnt of the buwel.. are easy to u:'e.l ; Nothing been heard as I j ji I
stop : 1 St: I liipltlm: H I..H L\-.alia.\r.! ...... 7ioa 6 JC pi 6 t 11 I Members
>uie uua hl'althtuL : NO TR.Iitl.E To AX-WKK yl n r:>lloNs urged to attend.Fresh .
All you n--e.) .1- vuieUuDi ibut mil unl the I
i jet rimreining the condition of the --- --- -- p..-
ttomacb in Iii functionn ami rrline it frumbrmccoDkUntly They are :X.uurfs own. remedr. better than ......., 7'-i 713' .rSti! Mate >Lv'..... .. ..1 i suia. ....... I
irr.utrd l>\ unJu'... <-stil fmA.7be pill urp'ir!!f. U-itir than cathartic \es that m..t hE-r. !' Direct Line toJ I I. 1 :JI i hc 'uj I.tnla Lr.1oo 4 i >'iimtArl! 7ta T.'ia 111'1| 7 19 ....... water bream and trout. saltwater Sold !I> Wm. '
U for thl.lIlr' ,
I'urtst anil 81011,1o'st! r ni ant bftu-r than Imvt : .' for ----1--1- trout. sheephead and bass .
l>UthrCAUMKM \ 1'Kl'XK: WAFER'4.ThI4: moun..* tin'nauitatc 1'iiw:-. lit-cau....- I'AUKoKNIAlltl'NK na Mr. and Mis. Leonard and four chil- j : ........ ... .. .. :2 iJ 1'' ... Lv. Ne.' s. Lv....... ...... 4 3 I', ....... ........ and -- -- -
a uaturatd1i.otvcttmuIefrorn: : the I'ure. irrsbIruil VVAKhKs: ; are a nJturjt Jissv.itnt dr,,". after sTii li'LTieril: laiJtuc auil! sairtcinrof the : ........ ... .....
and not a I,ural: un: crntly and r.atunlli : ;;11' n&.nii.-s..I.: 41 ""i ......... I Jake
ttuuiucb; no vIsor Diotl.cme is ntceiary. on the of the bouc'. produrm easy MtClendon! 1'0 Ila!!'... left Tuesday for | ...... Ul. 3 ''J i1 j i .: :. iM7a' &wa at"1 4 'r3V... ....... Thomas. market. I
Whm Ire hii! us It I Is asiirn that coir DiO.IUI'DTIII' re Tilate th. IIV T and 'I! NcW MbXlCO lliii 1 ii. 31' | Ii7 !i. I HMa. p"\ 1.2 a 4 is a p; t.l ,. ....... Gus On
liver i Ii out you of order, ami the I"I"'III"U 1'iV": sioraai-h clfan-.e the system and purify' the their tiorntin (Creenville $. C. I.... I 1 :::1.i. "' "Ha..2.. .. I I.. 1 3 :: '... ........ I Brown is very skk at the home Cal
'aJ 1'11'r.'t',1, irnni. tin. hihlyA bimxl. rundi.. Itowi-'. Troubles. Had lir..atll.tl1ruu.b A week i .......I' J I.I 331' : 15 i' Jl :llua: .N w >cyr'a. 1" Ca 4 3ja 3Cjl 32(1........ of Mrs. Maria Willoughby. All I I
1u.t lit to-mif ago Saturday night fifteen of friends
< the 1010'01 n" .i.tao II '..' In th&. II........ lUdltloolVindoathPMomaeh I : t KoulMuuth. : j, ARIZONA ; ....... .... _.. 2 4: i. ..; .. Oat 11111.... ... .. : iI''.. .........
a re Ull: of luiiousmtb'' fiitm-"lemutfers. HtidatbiI'lmplrs and tlZZIflt'c. A Iner th- triends! of H..,'. Jones tendered him; I.... I 1111',1:7", 3 :3 P. :3Hp ...Tit .vtile.. .... n ta : C: 3:3 .......... j are asked to call and see him. I
.... .. I 3J"t. I I..X..t' ........
:3 H.
in tu' Abt'Ju tramJturi i .af-jrJtjiy luO Wafers.iOc. '
Thfre are griping jan* a Miipiise. party in honor of mis birth- i and ...... .. 1. s-: i-i- p'' .R .'kl ia..1: iKi'i : :3p ........ j 'Henry Holland has bought onehallinterest REAL ESTATE
whi I j I........ ..... : t:. tt: ,. ; 1t\>;I. .Eau l..illts.. Ii : v......... I: ::; ," li71.. ....... 11 i
>l.iy. < h ociuned Sunday.Mis ....... ...... i 5'. I t I3 .P 1...1'.1''. .".rne... :: :2iiSt'.v i ,........ ,: 13 i i.1'........, I in the famous Jones market. i iI |i |F. W. Ditto, Room
i E.: \V. White and' l..usin. Mrs. J.I CALIFORNIA .... ....... :l .1 I ...>: lian... .... ....... ..iia? PI! ...... ......... lIe also first I
California Prune Wafersfdracled ....... 5 .31' "* LL II' '.<..... .. .. .... M 4 > a al. ........ I runs a class grocery and> i j Block
K Kuhns leit Tuesday: for Tampa to i ..... i7a< : :il I 6:3'. 2i3 ,P .. Ft }' '.... 9:0 I., 12 W. 1)' 4 >a 12t3p."". ,: market on Tinker Hill also will -i
........ ... .... .- "j' .;..... *...... 8:1' ....... 1.lna.'... ... ... purchase i For lots to build Drugstore."T.
attend the convention of the Chriqiarhurh. .... .. ,. .- B : I'I i ... ... F..I D...... S is I' ........ lo <>9a ....... ... your hops and cows. i: on,
<' Finding hot in \\K1TF.FMKNK\\: BuicK r::\.\- JKKK: t:. _.... ....... ...... ..6.1;: .....-1.......n. II.... '........ IVOta....... ... Ji i': houses to live in.
s. .
from the Fruit Sweet and Pure, Easy to Take and Warranted to Cure ) Tampa. ............ ...... .. 7:51" ......., .. .:-mart ..... a.:1' ....... V ida! ............ |i *J. W. Howard the swift barber and I
however the ladies leturned Thurs- .... .. .. ...... i : :: i 11 .. ...1< H..loo"lnd.. seI' .... fI '9a, .. ..... ....... :: Some of these go
CONSTIPATION INDIGESTION AND !1.1 E- P. TURNER I ;'i.... 7t:1' \\.IJ.I'ltf'r !; i. 9 i Ha, .._ ... smooth shaver has now opened shop on terms. I
BILIOUSNESS 'Y. I tll.' & !.-> 3E3r 3C5 ;j' i S: p W I- i. Kmrh 7 : T. :: .: l' 8 95; a. 1'J 4". a 5 H JI :: opposite Liddon's stables. and will give! ; .a
ISia 935.: SiSi' 3 i.i] i 13 (. Palm l.f&; ,b.. 7Cp'' :: :JV "B' i'-i a US5 SC5p |
ALL LIVER TROUBLES Thursday iuite a party of our \\ In- I General Passenger AgentDallas 1Oi< I'a .. .. .. ..- 3"i 1"! .... ...B.ynton.... 6 :7l' .... 1 3.a ... 5 :7p you first class work at regular prices;; | CALL AT
t II..r lesidents departed for their Northt 1.1)11.... ...19:1., .......:! I'flrny ... 67\: ,; ..... 12' .. ........ Slip '
t I ]'i.S3 a' ... .._ .: :: ".i: I i Ft I 14irprfalli:3 *-. : :iJl .... 6 Sin a. ....... 435 1.' ministers at cut rates, viz: shave, 10c., .
100 WAFERS 25 CENTS t.I 111 homes. Mr. and Mrs. Dudly and 1 Texas. ... 'li) '' : Ha'lanra: ... Htl' ... 62... ........ 417p hair cut and shave !
Mi i,:. W .Terrell for Fitt'hburg. Mas.I .. i,1 Jls.'a llC"i| ,. _Lem.-n City t131 .. ... 6:81.. ........ 3:7 p 25c. Open from
nt' a'' US", :: 5:_:. 1151'6t\r_ .4 iafl:1 I.T| t1:1" 1tI' Ii"a. 82 K,,, -n -S'*."/ > .4 f '.! If vu f.. -w earn mca! w th a CALIFORNIA: ,.; !I'! and Mrs. Mixter for \Worcester.M -
WAf'.1t11. "L1t ....' iu>' ';.L:' '11' 01,.".t :i" -t'ui '...' aC'i' \hi W .arr. it thrtluu andout Trains do cut top at tUti cs wh! .re tme i- nut ..Lo..n.I open until 11:30: p. m. Give him a t:5al. j jOl
:M and
UI Uw I j.1.o.1&l111 a.ent*ua hea.UuJ mauutr. lit ILll ut tUo ahte.t: tuuu k' or uaaao. and Was-hburn for i j X. V. ', I >ed Robinson a member of Mt. Mo-I

ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, Ocala, Fla.. J. W. CASTEL, Propriett r. !I The largest ,picnic party of the season I Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. riah Baptist church, died Thursday at CARPENTER

TROPICAL i the home of his daughter.
*i.tiled out Thursday morning fifteen I J CKSOSV1LLE 'NO 2SNo.t9-s.21-fla.35i: No 43- 'l/? }?'? i o 99ro.93Tj: 'I" II' (

p ( SU..IIK. for a day's drive through the'Mve.i :' ;I TO ST. AUGUSTINE ': I'"y lily i lJa"J I I'a-'i 1'1101.lL'M: Ii'ko.i 1 pal.y j Daily! | h'JLv. | Call at T. Randolph's: for cool I Cartful estimates m:

( sjirmsr-clothed:: \\IH.I". as the .JasktonMl 1 e.. I 7H: 1'' :'> (.} a. 10 n a 12 15! r' 130p'230p' 300 p' 805j j 825p 935p230p drinks. ice cream, etc.. next to W. 0 LParkers wm the k. Gives than more Antgueune 8 W a, 11 U a. 11 h l1il'! ) 330p 400p' 915 }.. 925P1035ST. ,' !' money
nu."Jt< ..f Mi. t1. .\. Tremere. who furlIi.h | : restaurant. I. to\n.I .
I '. "* N'9" NO. 16' '
; ,'" four for the AUGUSTINE o.28+ NQ. 82t'No. 98N N,.44- No. 30--'No.; 78r'No.74'' Easter the
equipages merryThe egg dyes at New Drug- _
Be : TO JACKSONVILLE 1>1111'111.;., D.1.1 ls.II.'J. 'ILaI1'' lIal:) 1.l1y I H
YOM Can : ..\\ d drive iiuluded Leon and ___ --1___: ____ _ IL'a __f/lIa11jlJau1_j_ i store. I

1. t:IZtIittii litld. At Sumineriield the fill A AD1e l r. 5t. Aajiiat....j I on a1' 7 B.) 1.1"7: 80 a' It 1) a1' It 40 a J210p 450p 610p 620pi! 640r.aonvi.e. i
No. 11 Cedar Terrace. tlook of |-ar- : .... 8011'; sua;' 8 1J a1210pj1240pi 1 10,/ 6 60 p( 7 10p, 730pj 740>[ :i Love feast att.. Zion tomQrrowi A.

HOT :'PlIoIS"S.a..... April2l possession a shed belongingt : j 1 night. j jI 11.

When I wan firat married I found that my& .. M'I! Sam Lnll.ird. and; th. turn h. fur ,! The Following Are Through Pullman Trains : !I The handsomest line o' Buffets chi-1

health were gradually dimmishm 1 beiMiue 111"h.,1 1 I t.the ladies EASTERN TRAINS WESTERN TRAINS
was and
Cud on ,,1.1101".0111.1 wasm U-d a wrck.. and spread 'H 0. 87 sad 19-:Nf w York. and Florida !'plclal l lNo. I .No. 15 and 16-111"1I10.t; Kl .rida SpecialrNo. | na closets, dining room rnairs and ta- I j Merchant
o.1)' "t. f\ I "nlh. and h.llukl. b.'ariuIC tj.a : '11 k. i uf vv ith much KU t... The" 31 and 32-....jthern Falui I.'mited i 83 and 92-< tmaio and Fonda Limit.drNo '
Tar aild tales
best ih r..r \ rocking chairs, inception
.lou,111:1,1 the cun oe chairs
\l\ "' | ) .. ;
Na.. 41 and 44-3.abar1 P.r! da Umi' .l I 27 and 30-T 0 F' .ri.1"Iml ed I
... \ s vi ied Have in stock one of
hi< ".' .ii an I.Timrl> four mouths, bull \ a suicess. a" m "t davs are.unit '
",11"..... I'ulK. -strength, and fiuilly wa* uobltt .ss n'.aiied by rrbl'Mra aia'" oore.d no'lIv.1 of Wrran! ("-5 a' dextra'aewill charged ets., that this portion of the state has j ments of suitings
luvU.ljtall' VE rf $Pay e..a< ':es v.e-I'.! u.i t.sse t a.moa wcua no ci-. t'. s*.: fSAN'FOHD 1&CI1 .\ Ira 1111"ho '''aq callmiOnm. brouKhtiueaboltleof _rcihnfj.Wine -AII. :M L and Mrs.I A. I... Loikwond and ever presented to
o( .auiuiaii'l 1i1 MI loud in ila praise that I loU jifi t ra'acKay.I |
her tlul 1 M.'U"ll.l'.e it to j>l.fv... her. I littl.- .!msihter:: of Uanlhfi. :\eI ass., who BHAJfCH. ORANGE CITY BKANCH.tiaf Ij Style and fit
1 was sin>risUanJ 1.,1 that before I had used th. bottle' I really felt j The Zion M. E. bazaar is still!! boom
h..\ >' .been occupying the Will ,.0.1 t dyeing and repairing
tirtli r. I i.t"I.ll'D u-inif it. Eight Libbev tot- cur.<) .. 'a.12 No.3 i i iD SllTIONS. I Po.2fho.4 f
U.ttl. t .,,'icht 1-a.k DIY lot UOtUtick h*..lth. tt2tj V&. D/VV 'nxthe:: past two weeks. left Friday ,; -Dtill li.v- I>ailf n"y: Zeal! lIai7: ( ing. Call around. and winter suitings

aidM.u lay iu':in.andlha six w uth.\.* a !I..r Jai ksonville.Mi I I't a Lv......... 1"ltunlO:: .........AIJ K;> 42p' 10 lOa Lv X smrrca Ar 1 !;p' ? i p .' 'Call and see the all round bustier, | nest suits for the
... .. '
I .IJIILv..O..I' .Ar i.Ja St. 1121.\ LakeHelen Ar KCp 6 C3 p i
T&asa.a, St. Aioag'' *' Sociifl.WNEJCftRDW J. Hammond of Oxford. :\1.1"" I F" a LY..Ener.r..e .........Ar 11 fO' J 15-, 1 8J" Lv O anw.. Cry Jlr 1 ::o 5 U p i i iV.. M. Gordon. Clothes cleaned, press I spection solicited. 3
: has cured more bad cases of 80nAr rd .........LT 1> W* 5 :::., ll4'.. Ar ur.nyJc LT. I: Jp BCJp ed.
J dyed. etc. Terms
wh<> .spent a short time here last:; win reasonable. Perect St. two doors north
t,'r. made .1 lying visit lIt:; \\l't"k toivv Indigestion La Grippe Stom- Ro.19 No. 17 "0. 18 No. 20 j i ( 1'dtiSdl'Uon. Sincer block.
I IIr : uvu.iintances] in llelleview.Tu 'lI\ '.1 Daty: '.'l'aU' ,. Sunday i| Powers'grocery on West Broadway I!I
Gn!! I'FllT II I
Ladies' Aid o'i..ty of the Ripi ach disorders, Coughs, and i i is doing an excellent business in a quiet
11'Oa' '; ....,.......................aWT.e: ................ ............Ar' S 3'lal 4 cj
;.< i huu'h served ice iream and iakf 11 ('\j a 4 t3 i ty .......... .........._.. .5) :".'5so-r.;.., .................. .. L', !S 2'2 a I f I Ill | way. Very little Is said: but the undercurrent Georgia
Colds this winter than ALL ............ ......, .... ..... (!
'. I iiTIIXMI! H.ill I ia 1tl ; .V ... ... .. 0. .. ............. 1.'; u a 3.: P i
<. F.nncpan\ had l.ttte; hope of reliof Kn-au-v she biew that evrry Friday evenlnsr.M's I 11 -1.1 S .J :v\:. ...: _. .......... 1. 7 t:. a 3:5p j : runs drep. I
time! .' iM'l I .. '<. s\\l'1 -'v' >.t uu-ii'tnui, Miff.-run' : w.w; ati u--i':.: 'I.. ..1' i'.t. '\ : J. x ShedJ returned Saturday OTHER remedies combined UOlim 5tS Ar ......... ............ ....Ib!?""... ............... ... ...........LC; 3131 p. 'L. Green the lightning shaver. Call :i &,

.-'u IMS': .* :"u was Hcjkfr.; And every month tm- raiD W.1S griu \!".Ig :f' "in "i'ila. here she has been in the; 1 and
: try his shave and hair i\
cut and

r.nt Mrs Fnmocan was: cured! by Wine of CarJui.: She i is: n.'w :;0.a \ !1" ;'It.d't ral weeks for treatment.n.fs !.iwill always come. Shave. 10c.; hair I| --- -- -

,,,. to.! t tli.-re art ff\v woiu.'n who ,,'ollIII.t If irl.i-1 to luxe the h.'at: .n h,' haik considerably improvediiii CLOSE CONNECTION" MADE AT WiAWI VITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. & 0. S. S. COVPASY' FOil | cut. 25c.: honing razor, 25c.; concave j jj i

Mieh.i-. any relief.",'nian who has tho j lireavleJ! U-arui: ; Jjwn! l'.1ius A :,.-.- !: of the school patron* wa* HAVANA, KEY WEST AND NASSAU. j razor. i5('. All work first class. Noj! .. h'._ 11

> tn h.ixe tlif -ume [r. : : :u i the Town Hall Saturday even long '
I delays; two chairs. Next door to' Lv_ Palatka
Y. ,i iJie friv from mrnstroal imlfulariti( if x.'u t.ik> tIietgtt.t'h l'un!' .',>: foO: the of Lv. ,. .
purpo e electing new Alberstine I i
it Liifr J 'rLs.: T-'e: T.: .c ,; ;t .10 tn-e at wii&1; 'ral ,s"ari -t t. a"r-\"f' and d.partrl"D1 Smith on West Broadway. J.onvll
in. WIIJ'n't x 'ii take it..wh.- x.-u s what nt' J I
n. .... '. .' \.h..t
: : fustees.:; Those chosen tr. $-TC- :: : -iT'.va "-p.rtr- :n'- ;' -a a'a" iraa'anfifj : .
; ,.t: r. : N.> .in? afi:! ..?\VuwofCardui: today. -v: ..; Whisenant Lucius. Nelson wereM. !! See your Druggist or nor t.-ou.!."..e ths e.eany _.). i It*#.f "I'S' .Le auvdeayo-> e i.s ,ue-. '5 there ."all on Jones and Holland, city mar Ar. Ttt"D.- I
ha 11.00\ bottle k -t. for fresh
\,.ir dmc':i-t ... I fish choice beef sausage a.A.i. 8V.
l V. !n .e J' and! Bryant.M' Americas "
write Manufacturers.
i your For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information pork and green goods.j : \T. C.lumh"; I
: : K.isir: I'elot is reported quite ill.I Ar. .
j ','
.. '::: the services of a physician i SEE THE TICKET AGENT" .11 and enjoy yourself at the Red YODtgm..r. 1. "
Ar. Macon i j
|: < ross Pharmacy's fount. Cool drinks ] i
:\1':1;i rolley was in town Sun: .1./ I. D. BAnNER, Asst. G.n. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. :: uf all kinds. etc. ITeseripUom carefully Ar. Augusta 6 ,814 a. ... I
: i\ :: "In! I''' stat River shaking hands "i,

.1.1.lel.I.I.I.I..I. IMSIS .i t..s ....t I friends. !./.'';.1.r.'\.!.. ,. compounded. West Broadway. I Atlmoui.coru.a.a.Ar. .. .._I

I Ii:. v J t.; .\ Martin the new presidof I- /.r.I r.I r.\. The meeting of the carpenters' en- !i Ar.Ar. Blmln C.luoto'.m .....I

FRESH MEATS AND CAME ton last evening was quite a success. Ar. Y"mphu .. ..1'
SEABOARD I IS :< : the district will hold hi' !' i i 5.f.aT.L

; I Thr Ar. Marietta ... .
: .-tfh I meeting of the confer- general organizer was present an 1dejvred ;] I : ;
We keep on: nar< : :; t t.,.! .:ne of the best Beef I'oik. Mutton and Ar. _attnoop :
1 1I "I
Tropical | able
\ .- ..t the Methodist church next ; an address. j Ar. SUbv'Ut' ., :
i >3us.\: to be had Game in Fresh Vegetables, etc. IiL rT..
S. : v A i nl 3. Preaching in the i A business meeting of ilt Moriah'I I Ar. M I I.. I

:i AIR LINE RAILWAY. j: .. .' '. :.'z.:: ...1I i the administration of th* Manufacturing Caret! attention to orders and quck; delivery; made. I I Bai.list church is called for Friday: j Ar.Lhiesgo L.5.a.R.L.llS .. ..I'

.. CITY MARKET W. L. JONES.: Proprietor.
: i of the L rd's supper. It:: 1 nht: and all members are urged toj i Ar. UJUbVlil' I :

.| FOR I e "1." > -. .r.c, the Baptist Sunday svho'. : Company i j I b* present. i i Ar. CDlmnU o. &E. i. B a \ ,

...:..'" \\ nhtheMethodistinspeciai I Ar. Chicago .
.Savannah Columbia, Cnmden, Southern Pln II,1I 1 Keep in memory Falana's grocery on
; s% .sues.. preparations for WhIt It |
-1 Richmond Baltimore JACKSONVILLE FLA. j Tucker Hill. I solid trains from
Raleigh Washington. : .. ,
n- \ !h.I: ::: made. Trawl from Palktka !

e Philadelphia. New York. -;.'... -i, : ..rt..rlnfer'n.f'. for tts Fine roe shad every other day at tnn p>ir-g' ni*ib fr'.m :
a SOLD I IN OLLBY AN OPPORTUNITY Lies' : lr..n [lix e !
a 1\: .:: of business will be held J Tompkins' stall. No. 10. city market I e-.n. r.m.ininl J"i 'i !
Q j Buffet M.pln
S S : .' :. 2.
i April
> Anti-\Ie>n,1poly Prusstore.Txo.r.e : I R-v. S. A. Williams is called in haste.i viiletot Iiiii: Via :
ehanj"fears text
on l
ESnODORN TPel'.eview: bazaar. conducted by j I : ? ar.: '. "' ->!u ; .::y. to the bel: 'ide of his mother-in-law ; man';6nt &

: Seaboard Express : : .. I... ::-s' Aid Society of the Metho- ,. |; .1.lrf
rL'"o .
:; ; :;: r at Lake I'i We hope her early re i E->r che4uIss

. : Seaboard Mail'I C .:. .:' .'.:',:r. h r.will J to be 6 o'k'opened. kk.mth..s.Friday :iftroi ., -- From fflarcn l 1st t to RpriI 30 1904 4 ,vver' I mation.Dt i P/5 n;r \ J-_ ;

1 The Benefit !
Society meets
: s-. \ of the Whittier h.; K .,-n-- at : !

ta PULL.1AN EQUIPMENT. 1" 5: Fr.'nt and ,'h.i''t: .= :'!-.-.. .!' LA Dr. Brown's offitc tonight to ff dU.i| OrC 6n-r B RHt'bE! .\

9 e ,. .-v :1:: useful art.cle ..:. : ..: ..... GRIPPE Special low Rates to !: ----- --fangr------------

m >\ '.. :".>: ".lt'. or on .xhkt.11: t SO SWEET AND .

California and the 1 USE :
Dally Through Sleepers from JacK5on- : CURES SCIATIC RHEUMATISM but never follows the u*s ofFOLEY'S Northwestvia :;

Mrs. C. Peterson, C: Lake St-, To-

: ville to New Orleans. M r s:;. A. E. Simpson. 56S Craig St i iI Honey) the Southern Pacific I.k.Kan.. speaking of;Blad's Horehound Remedy of

K-I :.. \M'1:.* Tenn. writes. June 10 IS.-"* for
I and Tar Syrup EIt has never failed I.Iule ,
S I :s...\e been trying the baths of Hot
For full information anJ Sl!*'par 1kstrtitjOnhi call on any -'gnt to give entire satisfaction, and of all] LaGrippe.:

H :;St-aWarJ. writ S :ngs. Ark.. for sciatic rheumatism. ,i It itops: the Conch and heals the kngi 1. Quickest Route :, cough remedies it is my favorite, andI for all
:' .'I got more relief from RiUard's!! Remedy
S Asst. Qen. Pass. II Prerenu Pneaajnia and Consumption.r : must confess to my friends that I ifwill
A. 0. Agent, S': A Liniment than any medicine or i I Troubles.
ii j do and has done what is claimed Lung
i F. VAN
Jacksonville Fl*. ? iiivitanig: : I have ever tried. Enclose 1 i Vacci of 157 O.noi St.. Ckiear !

S. C. BOYLST >N. JR.. Ptwenger Agtnt. JickionTtlU. FU. n1 postoffice! order for S 1. Send rr.* vrilta 'My wife bad ta *-.vp audit left bwnih for it-to speedily cure a cough or a tested for 30

a very bad con !h on cer IOLJI'i viii* R. O. BEAN T. >'oM.: and it is s s.veet a.j s pleasing :
P. A.
gaisisiosi. iou iooi isi. a :.arge bottle by Southern Express rQUI' Bom *JU>Ta cortd coajUfcti/" CentraljAgent: 1 in uste : c., iOc., and a bottle ;; 50c., and $t.

i I Sold b)" the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. i'I POi tc:1ce!:: Drugstore. Ocala, Sla. G. w. Ely T. P. A. J3 Peachtree St., Atlanta Ga: ; the Anti-Monopoly; Drugstore.$ a It I Anti-Monopoly


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