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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Volume 9, Number 251


It Be a Custom lirmip Entabliaked
1 5c a pourd 11, 4-. -,r -r u:iai.,iiait ytire- Is
titil ~Lie the-rv- ii iw :tL i~ng
bog Biscuits.'"4

Brook Trout
Soused Mackerel

Triscuits 1Oc a pkg.

Fcrris Square Break-
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to j'91A -,:o-tf thoe-w e- elules. a114. haiica u
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Is~~~4 i=i.ia-lt ,atdeio.l*The ue-u.iaiert (it
th %c:ltr4Uitpu i! .rzdlizatiicliu.eare disK in-
cap-m. a- our frate-rnity ime-n are- by
Slivir I';reek le-tter l 'Ig-% lu-lt-eatwi
ari-itee-ratIfoft he 4t ii.- :..tiug c-went- ;r"
ltw*lie'i. i a~ t. Boom. 1.0 04vi all ~ithe
fJ lo-~lA/A 11141 rti 4. e*l ag aaltlie
Sox~.o Iorussia atofI-ilel%-rt.4. .it
wso-'t cit the (ei, ijoruite.- e titsiwlle dut
the 11wth-nmzoll.-rti a ro "- i~iil aer!s. 4 ths*r

preezijinil.t tigl~ir.-rli ines are- le t1e- Jb-
-y Sauce in '"":ii-of the 11Iav-.;:-itv4Off Wurtfipirir.
k and tin nich and the- famst104,1' -werjis of Ilnitino-
________ ter:,. in %vhvhub ;,-ijirvk was a ftuamoms
fighate~r. #f wit4stl-isi. LxeIrl. -t3 -wrle'. bam
at the it O.W11 ..ri-q-r-. it ie41W11la aw-4. nlit-s.
S *~~4* 'eii.~iaetaos, lout .ill!are- ImmAUZC1ev y autal-
r b~flflEDV ver-;ai *vqIwt'la 44 !

-ahwi js.ieidiatir '. .-illt ill:. i~ ll. th- os-
thuins5 Inid butoii:dI:s.t at? re imhue ae-~ndl
Fo~w Ilitt-ro.stitig. ''I*- iti.. lu.lars- tel two
Allino. the 'e!ie ii "lieitiwr wduel." l.-hle-re
WA Uit nv stiu~leiit ha lt-it mo;hwt her. andw
And Imrtie nsr Iifw lie le-sntisfti-oil It a little
]RE.PA.IR.S toeloeueelettiiau. Iwait tT!--a n, o ;reftella hot
-GIO nfreoejue-tatly Ileth.- T eiit of Jetilrjwese
-O T -ra.ther tisue n44efa'tld insutiljust tfor the
B. -WI E I H Er # -slyt1Iia jwo e~ll : fti
e Jeweler, a EighItY Time wet hue-K-kind of.if el ie-I gen-t
Prailly a moere %-,4mtts matter .1114i is
knom aik a s "loy:iwrow-enta.tmtIt is 1ev a
chaill'-iwi freeiaw tst* we e4rls tee :aiat4tliet
IMRatliwen iiakes w ciIl*- tewittad nietat torttt-r.
I IE A Ii..t'Of 4:114'.-14 lra1;Wn fll. ::11141 4011a

vt~wr r ter ii- Frn.W. litz Morris
ne line of pie"e In Illu%.trntevd sjewrtitig N~s
stock for sof FRIENDSHIPS.

iRoSum and overcoat
We are up-to-date
terial and workm
AR orders skilfufll

y guaranteed.
Jerry Burnet
Merchant T;


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in -, These l.nama St landiK and Theme
S0.Mamde Ina later Lifte.
ansh I' people Ini;ke frient-. l :ter than they
y and used t1, or at l<-;ast s work prob,,ly ll ecaue.e the-y grow oldl in 11 in-
era;l later than thl.y did. I-'riemlnhip
Iatist't lilltige it. tiatitire with awilanicinlg
years. but wh.itever muake. later life
full of activities s anld newI hiegnningst
cat-es friendslil.s also teo he.gin at
hloe. evenl the later st:l;s 'eof lihe journet*y.
(f two old m-in ea: ly friends JvhoI hali
quarre-le d 'oileri-le said:
F ITh*-y stool al<-, f. th.- cars m remalntng.
LUke 0llsfa which h;t.l been rent under.
E Such a ; itn& m u:- il' fully the s-4u1.n 0'f Qrlty. the opposite of
LEES tilhe fIuidl l'tetialiy of youth. Yet in
the sti *,aItu -i ;\ *- have lie hinti that
not 111 is gl,,ri.,i,- in yllouth:
And v--,itan<'y li've- In realms ahove.
And life ti thcr<.F. and .,,utih Is vain.
l.'c-l. i I |-w.-eomsIe|s rid eeof some van-
S it3, il hi-cotie-.- il re inlow iiii satil fy-
IIug tI ltl"- lde-c
wieu hl thre *(t, wot it gl<.aW Iea-k imIes a
hlong distant least. and If we raln keep
the iloer of m akinkag a few new
S friendais in atge as wev iWe'l Itheml tio isup-
plei-lent those Inherited frnoml youth.
which grow fewer with their but
rilper and more select, f'ric-ih.lhip should
E Y Iplay a satisfyinag r,,le far ainltim: toward
Sthe. *,eid ,of life. the b1st role il:dtleed eof
RIETOR Its carter. If. as ElniersinI t!.inks-. ;a life-
tillt Is tneeale for its ,coplltines.s
while n1111 hour or a day is in4owlih for
toil ,,r Ilay. TheI late ,tf lthe
C lu unmarried, the.I clile,... nnail the wdl-
m-I: l ha:,. ;it- s~,-iiI te:, sity a:l,
li:ath,, o*f thir own. for mates ;aind
children to ta large extent at certailu
perit-lc hllaturilc ll.ake thIe place of
other freii-. 4'<,ll;.r'- W.vekly.
,ity mar
An Interested Jaror.
An Insttace t" an int re-sted jury-
ES. man was rclooirtel not long ago. A jury
had been limpailed. when a man
ND EGGS ittplclel forwiarld tatind explained that.
!rest a.ssr- havItg t e-it suminetl. to serve, he
wis-ed Sit It allow,cl to do so at once.
as hlit had to attend a funeral at a dis-
-& i(. tant place in the latter portion of the
wv'eek. A jplaece was therefore made for
bhi in their jury leext. The case was
[Ilei, .ried. atd1 cwiig to this mai's obssti-
iE a'.-y a verdict oft acquiittal was se-
I|us cured. It wa.s ,.ub'e0.quelntly discovered-
that thie man had never been sum--
RIETOR. mtoned to su-r\v: at all and that the pris-
oner way htis friend. I.ondoni Tit-Bits.
R ght With
B etb Died as They Wished To.
Tenli31.di. ,hli, w.s a shy. reserved
S.- \\- man, could never understand Itobert
SI .-.. itrowniin;'s love of wlciety. He had
been heard too re-marL that Browning
wnuld die in a white choker at a din-
nctr party The two poets died as
\\" : ,1 they would have wished to die-Rob-
; ... ert hBrowning In the grand Palazzo,'nicco. with hi-s on by his bed-
,, te ide. and Lird Tcn y,- n in his beloved
Intirrey home. surroutndedL by his loved


Les Tiresoee.
"Miss t'hattertioa': I think 111 send
her wotrd that F'u out."
"Won't the still. ta-ll voice reprobh
"'Yes. Ibut I'd rather listen to the
"till. small voice than to Miss Cbat-
terton." 'uck
Surprise 4r Hi. Callegw Soy.
Mr e .M ,rg.. Who ,evr ,e-dl


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We will sell for the next
few days a line of


They are the latest style, come and get one before
they are all gone.



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Ict- litc- #i ell Ii..1~~ h 'l~l -*INt -ce1
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11l -iiIii wr *. 4 waIe.'l. flcd I h 16 1 11- .5 I t*
*l~ till):opfl tf l 1 c 1A h111,1i4 If cl.i~ct -I
wl taild iw0r Ilht- Ii .I 't ts Ihi4,11 df -tci- I,
I Iff. I Ieti ita.- e- I r 1u ...e T. Sr t; .il

'I'.. I'm-I
leautI v Vi ailic- NIt nl-ling~
iLen in a e- k s
Is at J. A. I'ittiniiils ciii S--ra~.

11-tT 4 *."ui ag9-wOis-tv.
.Nhwids 411'Ietri.afise -11. eh~antee.-i.
l-i a~htf te4uri S. NI4-r-
1h.411mnatNight S. '.% tmti1.
Tha- iLit tle-1w hi-v~alier- NI. E. W. IDa-

T I I >-liv : It. E. 4 ;la; sg .wV .
.s Tri.-c- -Mi1s. Hi> hadils.
\'-lI\-i 1,,v,- -l1. S. M1-rriman.
1i..I ,,f .l-.ithlie-ll M.asion.
I ,rcii e ':v,-r-Ic -I 1-< htt rs.
Stl y rf tht ; :tvelys :Sailnders.
*Th.- Ft-.,t .f Itoimi -N1. t''ra\\ford.
ThI- lihhu. ly will lhe op'e- :Ilft-r the
lirstli i A \pr il lrtom 4 ito *; |p. in.
L.odi- I-,. i ;ainisly. librarian.
A 'Ir "- t:orn th- N-orth. \whi has
le-.!i Ii!' iti. ii Ithe South this. win-
ic-i, .- ucll Ilk-- to Flrtini i :Ias m ;t; fln-
11ii tI ;iIa inv;li- ,l. Ir" lto dlo | ip iv.t t-
' n111.1 siI .\ i!,r-ss M rs. E-1in.1 Jolhi -
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See oYr Phone



NO. 25.

Ocala, FIa,


T'.ll ino e gnuooi tale-s about our candy \.. \,ieliill ilre to print, even with
!it.,-. y-st -t l.a\-fi.-, i \tith prile. If you
wV;,it to know the merits of our confec-
ti-.nie y u'rity, deliciousness. sweet-
I'-.. t;Iste as t, foi m and make-you
ut."- ti.lty t.e ;sk tnl ;iil !e-light ih L., tue)'s s\ttc*tmeats.
-At -

W\Ve- \ant t, *o ,I i b iRsi..-ss than
ever antl \we v.:it o-r '!y andl
i -i i4n- iiit-iest.--. iin buliii-!i g Ito knew
thai.t \, : Ie ;.i ;. t-. l t.i rei:n-ler then
Ihll ill' Iost oitTi, it l-Tit '-'t i- n rt mfl'; t I -
li erieos of the v.-iy t.- in-Iui'iinIgs. nilu ; \c. 'o i 'binigle-s a.n.i of
"VeI l vthIlunl t of %% c\\)-el ii-e1.-d-d in th*-
litilting l ade.


In the country new lands fenced, bigger crops made.
ln Ocala new buildings going up and
old ones being phyoted.


Pev~tIY lvas Hemm. In a Tempicratun,
Below the Zero XarL.
WVhe-n wvoiqj stfraic. vai- ir-it.iatro
abee visoswe-re l-oaeluiie-li tfr.-e-v fT-uIJ
rats : and1wice- Vie t-w-rtue
point. aiitidiu the ewii 41rats
and iuiiewe-iere-tinal-Ile tit live-
It, time. is-'.e-er. t~it r.'"
pai-ke- wi ay there jwrel.%twi t,.Ke *
luig for thirievnirra 1- tans! ; Ie~ e.
gaii to make inroad ,:arin,%) he -wdl iter-
age- releiw. at firstIt lay' m: a:
call and1 as soon as they l.a. ic t-ij eua
few nibbles rusblng '% ithi a shive-r out
into warmer plat"s..
Gradually. however. tiat-e visits "w,-re
lengthened and beciawemeore- frequent.
not without con- ieierable- WI erta ILt'v
aUw60119tile rats,. ltint Mk- the cd tlier.
grpxv intoJ being what i-,&krzwewwn a- flaw?
.cold storage* rat.**'[111a i4ilit.Al thaL-
neither tail norJF .ars. li-i'avij -e-!i
frozen for his 1i- ti~:.z--lult-tu..tin
the-ir tti ti Ilos'v4 to The- famt-ii ore wth
first t itirejid jeirate-'. owet cuu1' tw-az...-
Thes.e.-;rle-s aw. gie al.'-".,,l-i '.'~
rat% a r~- jrft4wIly at I hoia., inl a el-
ature lee-1#iw tile xe-rei mark T11".I
think. is one- wet the- lueeit stn-ki Iii #.\
ampleh-" of how the tniiiiiia itiL~dwzi in
the W;44-~ vq-nbIlly eOfti attire e:Ii a-lapit
itself t")the imoest -e-vere surreeune:I~i.5,
-Atlanta Constitutiw'ra
They We"e First Suggeisted In 1697'

by Daniel Delfoe.
Primitive savin bliank- wert- found-
ed at lanimburg in 177.1 and at it.ern,
In 1TN7. the Idea having tew in by I aniel DIefoe in Is'1.* l-'r:. i i- M .*-
seres- Iopoiedo in 1771 t i'e-.iiter Ilion
the ratepayers of any English parish
powers to receive andi inve-"t s.avinig
and to grant deferred annuities, but a
bill to this effect failed to pass through
parliament. The first iracti tempts were on a small and tentative
scale. A children's bank was started
by Mrs. Priscilla Waketield at Totten
ham in 179g.
The Rev. J. Smith of Andover, with
two friends, agreed In 176!o to rec.i\ small uums from his parishioners dur-
ing the summer, to be returned with a
one-third bounty at C'hristmas. a lib-
eral offer which was eagerly emibra:ed.
The title of "Father of Savings
Banks" has been given, however, to the
Rev. 11. Duncan of Ruthwell, D)un
friesshire. who established a savings
bank in 1i814 on *a successful a hbass
that in four years It piosmsedl an accu
mulated fund of 1.1400.
Acts to encourage savings binla In
England and Ireland were passed In
1817 and were extended to Scotland in
I35.-Pearson's. i

The Termites. or While Ants, Are
thle Ureatest KIg Layers.
There is infinite variety in the- num-
ber of eggs laid by different animals.
the general rule being that tho. e high-
est In the scale of life are least prolitfi,.
Among vertebrates fish are the must
prolific. Trout and -almniii average
1,UUUS eggs to every pound of weiglit.
Buckland reckoned the roe of a half
pound herring at 19.S40. of an eight
pound turbot at 385,0Ko and of a thirty
pound cod at 5.UU.4m*. while the stur-
geon has more than a third of its
weight ready for the toothsome caviare.
Mollusks vary In their powers of re-
production from thirty to fifty at a
time in snails, to the thousands of the
whelk, while the spat of some reaches
2,00.000o. It is among insects that stu-
pendous numbers appear, reaching a
climax in the termites, or white ants.
The queens of these are egg lying
machines of the most astonishing fe-
cundity. They become huge cylindrical
packages. 2,00o times their usual size.
chained to one spot. The laying at
the rate of sixty eggs a minute. or so.-
00oU a day, reaches probably In two
years the enormous total of Z0,"
Winter ilawithor Blossoma.
The legend respecting the origin t of
the Glastonbury thorn Is well known -
how Joseph of Arimathea. it visiting
Britain on a preaching mission. ar
rived weary at ilastonbury. and while
he rested his hawthorn walking stick
was thrust into the ground: h.w it
at once began to grow and ever after.
so the legend says. flowered on Chri.t-
mas day. The thorn is simply an ear!y
flowering variety of our common haw-
thorn. That It does flower remark.tily
early is quite true. for a tre-, iin the
Royal Botanic gardens. Kew. openly Its
flowers between November and Maar-h.
-London Knowledge.
A Tiny Dog.
The Mexican lapd,,g Is so very. ml-
nute in size as to appear almost in-
credible to those who have not actually
seen the animal itelf. A well known
writer on natural hit,,iry, spe'akitin -f
this tiny memlt-r of the nine species
stays that It is pireclse-ly like- tt;-*,,-
white wooletI toy dg;s wli,-hi so t t'.4-n
a pair of bellows andt %l.eii pres-.J-
give forth ai ntondes'ript -.'in.1 lnt-!i'l
ed to do duty for a le-g:ti;ate bitrk."
The Loel Baby.
"What has become ; .',w baty sua
ter, Johnny'" asked a umther of her
four-year old ,son. "I hav-:, t '...ii her
for an h,,ur or more-
"o h. don't worry 'l.mut her. mamma."
repli-w Jhnuny "*Y.,"i7; .i:rl h-r whe:
yeou swe*-l T~h*- ."',,L-'' Ex,*>:lI-hn'*


Fifty Cents a Mohth, $5 a Year

sUox a"


Sam^ IfA


We beg to announce that we ane

ready to deliver ice to the peo-

pie of Ocala and sutrounding country





of Trade

Having new and modern

and efficient men, we can fullfill the

demands of the trade promptly an

satisfactorily and solicit a share of

the patronage of the public











Ocala, Florida

Phosphate, Mining and Washing MachiMey

Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Sueys, Catrrage


Building Materials, Every Kind and Dec


Phosphate Plants Installed Complete



Mary gland McCrath's Old Stand

Rebuilt and Newly Fuuankd

Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. ,f It is a
whiskev "which




In a`.:Fl-ver,
N, t Tyul'9ov tie-;pro-,,are-
10 cents a Package




ri-tie-s. and guar:inte-d fresh.
.e-l.1 Ty-lings aned Co.



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Ocala Evening Star, Friday, April t, 1904



C. L. igrin andR .R. Cawr*
intors smd Proprietors.

Tomrrow will be one of the big po-
UUcal days in Ocala If all signs do not
ftal. The weather will evidently be
preplitima. and if the full number of
senatorial and gubernatorial candidates
will come there should be a great po-
Mtical feast. We are satisaed Ocala
Grs to hear thee distinguished cit-
lma and learn what they have to say
for themselves. of their records as pub-
be servants and what honeyed prom-
lees they have to make for the future.
As thle t probably the last meeting of
any importance, politically, that may
be held for some time, we desire to
cal the ladles* attention to it. We
know the speakers would be delighted
with their presence. Let Ocala. her
voters, and the supporters of the vot-
era. thboe who manage the home af-
arsr. be in evidence at the various

Hos. C. M. Brown extended his visit
from Tampa to Key West. where he
met with a most flattering reception.
A thousand people were present to hear
him ,and he rec-eved strong assur-
ance* of support. He was accompanied
to Key West by Messrs. Jennings.
Brnward and Stockton. Messrs. Brown
and Jennings returned to Tampa and
from there proceeded to Fort Myers.,
where they will speak today. On Mr.
Brown's return trip he had the pleasure
of meeting Mr. Albert Wright. a former
young attorney of Ocala. but now anl
advocate In Havana. Cuba. where he
ns enjoying a very lucrative pra.tie.

The Ocala Masons have been having
a big time the last few days. They hav*
had among them distinguished mem-
bets of their order. James 'arnell.
past master. of 4Ornmod. has been in-
structing them. Among the other dis-
Unguiltbed guests lIst night was Hon
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"Tie louse ial Treals You Rigt"

M.n s.

for dry goods adU fancy
notias dress goods and






To any subscriber of the Ocala Star The Norma Martinez. the C. H. S..
who has a piano. arind would like to the El Solo. and the Famat Nacional.
buy one or nimore paie-c-s of music, by four of the best Sc. cigars made in
sending us your name- and address, we Tampa. anid many others to be found
will mail on approval tive pieces of in T. W. Troxler's cigar case.
music, instrum-ental or vocal, as you
may request. After trying them one REI C OR A
day you are to return all yo'u do not
want and remit 25 cents in ioistage I Offer for Sale My Residence, Near
for each piece retained-. It will cost I the School House, in Ocala, Containing
one cent oeastage on each pitce re- 10 Rooms, Bathroom and kitchen; is in
turned. We- carry nearly all the late
turn sons, irinarly, l telat. in Excellent Condition and Fitted With
popular songs. marches, two-st-eps, in-
termezzos and some tine classic pieces. Electric Lights Throughout. Half Cash;
W-e sell all our music at one-half the Balance on Easy Terms; Title Perfect.

i. w. LongIo r martei aim a l Liiarri- publishers list pric,-. except the pI is DAVID S. WOODROW,
son of Ja('ksonville. Mr. Ells of Virgin- fund in our li-cent musical catalogue Room 12. Postoffice Block
ia. and Mr. Heauman of North Carolina. We are now furnishing many music
The 4t. Johns lodge, Belleview lodge teachers in Marion county with sheet THE REGISTRATION BOOKS
anid Fort McCoy lodge were represent- music and Kohler lpianoi menithods. t;ive
ed. The attendance- was very large .lnd us a trial. K. A. \\'ils.iin ard '.. Will le open in Ocala Tuesday, Thurs-
the gathering was a decided success. Music Io-al-rs.i il 'ity. Pa. day and Saturday. March 22, 24 and 26,
ene of its features being a banquet. and on the same days of the subsequent
i)r. C'ha e presided and Jake Brown FOR SALE weeks following the dates given.
kept the minutes. onnie Ferguson.
An Upright Piano, but little used; Registration Officer.
The services commemorative of the New Home Sewing Machine: Folding
seven sentences spoken by Christ on Cabinet Bed; a Writing Desk, suitable WAKEFUL CHILDREN
the cross was the subject of Rtr for office or business; also a Complete
iUttle's di.courws today at (race Elis- Dinner Set, etc. These articles are For a ling time the tvo-year-old
a short intermission at mn.n. aid then them, and they will be sold cheap. Call Tenth St., Harrisburg. Pa., would sleep
three hours at the crm.s. tRectoir Little' at 217 S. Orange St.. or address E. E. blut two or three hours in the early part
addvqts was a master I1iece. aind he Converse. Ocala. Fla. .of the night. wl.ich made it very hard
fairly entranced his large audience w ith __for her parents. Her mother concluded
his splendid discourse. ARE YOU GOING NORTH OR WEST that the child had stomach trouble,
and gave her half of one of Chamber-
Adjutant General F'.oter and Lieu- The iouisville & Nashville R. R. of* lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
tenant 'olontel Norvell. retired,. left ers unexcelled passenger service. hih quieted her stomach and she
this fternn to in he ers unexcelled passenger ervce. slept the whole night through. Two
ati Modern trains carrying Pullman sleell While herp-e aptanoxes of these Tablets have affected a
Nash and Lieutenant raham of the rs, up-to-date coaches, free recling pmnent cure and she is now well
chairr cars and 4kining cars. between
(Ocala Rif.s showed these distinguish-edi Sohern and Northern cities. The ind strong. For sale by all druggists.
military en many ivilite hih hyfinest dining car service in the SouthMERY BUTTER
rea.tly :appre-tiitat.l. a 4;lenrIdl 'dot,1r 1% All agents sell through tickets via CREAMERY BUTTER
very plI.uulair with the state tli .ps .an L. & N. The Carmichael and Son Co. keep
has mad. a record as an oiffiT.r .-,- s- For rates schedules and sleeping 'ttitly on han 1. receiving a fresh
.ml to none. He whlieves that sol-die.r- car reservations apply to J. M. Flen sullpply v,.ry t o i days. ,leli-ious. pure
Ing is n t only Ipay but plenty f hard orda passenger agent. ;rgia ramery butter. 25 cents per
iterk. 4 general F-xter is a candidatee B y St.. Jacksonvillr. or C. L. Stone. l.onui. kept on ice. Phone No. 37.
f.r re-election to his office. and if it Lo ille. Ky
is left to the soldier boys. nho have ex- I PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD
poriet*ied hi effh'ient ervines. there CHILDREN'S COUGHS AND COLDS IBut never follows the use of Foley's
wiill h1e no tiee of an el-ection. :iand the Haiciy and Tar. It stops the cough.
vote could already be 'eunted. Mrs. Joe McGrath. 327 E. lst St.. hezls ant! strengthens the lungs and
Huthins.on. K.n.. writes:. "I have giv- tffords perfect security from an attack
The exeasntive committee of the stateIHut in m l ii u I haveogiv-uuL
Tn eeti eommitte of the Horehound Syrup to mv if Pneumllonia. Refuse substitutes.
eress airesiiien. at its meeting in
pr a nation. at its meeting in:children fr c .uhs anI! colds for the' J.,-ksonville. Monday. tlhx l,.p st foul t a, irs, .ii ilnd it thie best
the date for their meeting in that city. meici'e I everr ist-d." Unlike muany FRESH FISH
Afte .a t1 %a6i.S s-ssm the asss-Ia -
ti %aill a .s,' the tis toua gh ru it c .,,nltain nil opitnm. Ike T..mi;pkins. the hustling fish. oys-
tion will meander ltll\ s the World's i i-!
but %will soothe and heal any disease of t.: ,aind fresh meat mania of tho city
l-a... at St. ui..U..uct hoided Screta*e the throat an-I lungs quicker than any market. h-is in stick evry diay finet
Apleyard can indue the thailroads other tenedy. 23L.. ".'.. and $1. at the fr,-sh fish from booth salt \ ater and the
atop the crowd. Among thse who .Anti-Monopoly lirugstore. l.k.'s ill great variety. See him.
are on the program for addresses are
FEditor Harris of the planner and Edi- -
tie Itittlin er ,4f the Star. tocala.

Please ask your physician to send or RAN T -
leave your rescriptions and orders for 1 R T
orugS wi'h ut. We give careful atten-
tion. prompt delivery and the lost of
pri-s. Tydin Cot.. phoe No. 30. First ass M

Mr. J. H. Huff. representing the Coe-
lumbutu I'apr Co.. was mit the.-ity this O ysters 5
morning and made the Stir a pleats- *
ant c all. II.-. is a very pleasant gentle-
deitres to introduce the goods made byt
his factory.

The Ocala Jersey Creamery can sup-
ply a few more customers who appre-
ciate good stall fed milk or cream.
Best of care given to the handling of
milk. D. M. Itorey. Proprietor.

'hief Hull a s *, te:c 'l s:nic :the \ie
fire hor-s' thii mruing in dloulel' hAti -
new'. .andi ha.d ,1 the seat i Th himn Mr.
H. A -'ord. the at l.tice. who
takes a dt-'p int'-rest in .i aI's welfa.'.
The horses look well inn harness ..ndi
acted as if they Iwould t vbe-y \.-se '
able to the itvy The purt h:iset nti.e lov
Chiet unIl li -idently a ga, -t l on'-.

FOR SALE.- Cheap, for cash. a com-
plete set of Encyclopaedia Britari..a.
full sheep' binding Ap;-ly to Mrs. J. <.
P.orte-r. or to J. H. Itenjamin. at

Dining Room open until midnight.
attention given to special orders,
the market offers prepared for the
short notice. .

Dumb Waiter Connects



bq A 1

-Yesterday aft-rnoon. as Mr. Baiss.
engineer of the C'rystal River Lumber
0I'. .pl'any. was. stantdib. !in the- railroad
track at Dunn-llonm. w:tt,> hi',g the shift-
inig up to, him. ione of \\hik-h h-e *lit nit S'-e-.
ant \ hi' h i h <\-r ha!:i. ushii* h.t;s
le-ft leg it',,v- th,- :iniki'. Kinirin-':"
H.-nton s-tw MIr. Bass arid -al!'-i. ,ult It
him that he was in ltur~.~tr. but th- iat-
ter did not hear him. Mr. Jam-s R.
Moorhead. who saw the accident, in-
stantly ran to th. unf'ortunat- main's
assistance. The wounded man wvas
l.,nvo- -Id to th- ,office' ,f Duo, trs R.s-
km and Griffith. wh-re- th- rushed
liTiib wa\ < a;,i.

R. S. Hall,

George MacKay,

The IEaor Cmank.
"A man may be quite rational and HR IlzK I A. FORD,
reasonable in all ordinary affairs ad
yet be quite duffy on the subject of
razors." said the blarbler. "I have one
customer. for instance, who keeps six ANNOUNCEMENTSI
razors here-one for every day in the
week that a man is supposed! to get
*haved-and pays me to hone them ew- For County Treasurer
ery week. Some mornings I have to If. in the judgm-ent of the people of
try theiu all on him before he stops Marion county, I have faithfully and
grumbling and even then unay have betittingly discharged the duties of
to use one of my own razors. At oth- ,,unty trearuier. I respectfully ask
m* times he will order me to ue the ir uort in the roach em-
samne razor for a week or two. 1 can't r T o E a seu
fool him by changing It either. o.-ratic primary. Thos. E. Pasteur.
"Another customer who comes in on
ly for an occasional shave talked to For County Treasurer
me for six months about the fine razor I respectfully submit my name to the
he had at home. I told him that as
we seemed to have none In the shoip to demo ratic voters of Marion county .'
I suit him I should be obliged if he a .ar'lildate for county treasurer at the
would bring it around for me to look 'i*roming primary. May 10. If elected I
at. lie did. Well, sir. it was a meat ipledae a faithful and honest admihlis-

at. I would as so a man with a carving knife. But I

trat iii-ntort theoffice.
S, I- I! t tEin gro

shaved him with it. and he never peep-
ed."-New York Press.
For Clerk Circuit Court
-"By and By" and "By the Bye." I hereby announce my candidacy for
Johnson's definition of ",y and by." re-electhon to the office of !lerk ,f the
now generally written "by and bye," circuit court, subject to the action of
is "In a short time." corresponding tot the primary
the French tout a I'heure. and Shake- t
speaFr uses It to express the Immediate election to be held NMay 10. 1994. I take
as distinguished from the more remote this opportunity to thank those who
future: have'- su.ppoitie mre in the past, and
Now a sensible man. by and by a fool trust my record in the office has been
and presently a beast.-- thello. such as to enable them toi vote for met
If we knew how "by" came to be in- gain. S. T. Sistrunk.
dicative of the present the second "by"
might be assumed to signify beyond.
* "By the bye" was In Joihnson's time For County Judge
used In a different. almost opposite, I present my name as a candidate foi
sense to that in which we now employ county judge. subject to the democrat-
It as an equivalent to the Fl-rench a pro- i. primari-s of May 10.
pos. not as expressive of something ap- Robert Bullock.
posite, but, on the contrary. an. accord-
Ing to Johnson. "something not the dl-
rect and Immediate object of regard." For Superintendent of Public Instruc.
In neither case Is the employment of tion
"by" in these two familiar expressions I take this method in asking the cit
accounted for.-Notes :nd Queries. izers of Marin county for their sup-

The Mlohammedan Jadaimemt Day. port in the primary of May 10. for the
The Koran. sura %l. has this to nomination of county superintendent
my concerning the general "Judgment of public instruction. If re-elected i
day." which nearly all religions teach shall work for the improvement of the
In common: "When the sun shall be schools and the best Interest of the
folded up. and when the stars shall ,,unty Respectfully,
fall. and when the mountain shall be. D. Cr
made to pass away. and when the wild D. Car
beasts shall be gathered together, and For the Legislature
when the seas shall boll. and when For the Legislature
souls shall again te joined to their I hereby announce myself as a can-
bodies, and when the girl who hath di-late for the legislature from Marion
been buried alive shall ask for what ,county. subject to the democratic pri-
crime she was put to death, and when nary, ind solicit the support of the
the books shall be laid open. and when voters on the 10th of May.
the heavens shall be removed, and eati voters on the 10th of May..

when hell shall burn fiercely. and when
paradise shall be brought near. then
shall every soul know what it hath
Coeneerattar Clhurch Bells.
The custom of consecrating chn:-ch
bells was once common to nearly all
denominations, but it is now confined
principally to the Roman Catholics.
The old form was to wash the bell with
holy water, anoint It with oil and mark
It with the sign of the cross, and to'
some ex, nit this form Is still used. At
the time of the reformation In England
the prejudice against Roman Catholic
cerenionies was so strong that Instead
of being blessed new bells were oeca
alonally turned up and filled with
punch, which then was druuk by the
participants in the occasion.-London

Respectfully, Carlos L. Sistruink.

For Sheriff
I hereby announce myself as a can-
dlidate for the office of sheriff of Ma-
tion county, subject to the action of
the democratic primary. If nominated
and elected I promise to perform the
duties of said office to the best of my
ability. Henry Gordon.

For County Commissioner. Dist. No. 3
I hereby annournea my candidacy for
i county from commission-
or' district No. 3, Mari an county, sub-
j*., tIt athe action oaf the. democratic
.: imaryliv of May 1!t. 19',4.
S R. Pyles.

For the Legislature

: The Adilrable Criehton.
To speak of any on an "A r I present my name to the democratic
To speak of any one as an -Admira-o
ble Crichton" is to credit him with be- V-,terS of Marion county at the coming
Ing very learned and accomplished., primary as a candidate for the legis-
since such a person lived in the six- nature. If elected I promise a faithful
teenth century. His name wa JmeasJames a .i impartial discharge of the duties
Crichton, and he lived in Scotland from of the said office. Geo. G. Mathews.
1560 to 1683. At the age of seventeen
years he was the reputed master of .
For the Legislature
twelve languages and had been given
the degree of master of arts when but I present my candidacy to the dem-
fourteen because of his great learning. i>nratic voters of Marion for the leg-
In addition to his accomplishments as ;slature. If elected I will be faithful in
a scholar he was poet. musician, sculp- -! y particular for the honor and re-
tor, artist, actor, reconteur. a good wlpnsibility conferred.
Shorseman and an expert fencer. ia. John B. Floyd.

)ylies A Statmsi-'e Queer Ambition.
The great Iord G;rey hadl :ni ambl- For Sheriff
Stlon far above politi-s. li'e i,.,1 piss''ed I :,nniii,nti.- Imly ,'tillii,t y f,'
the reform bill. but that did nit satis- the- ,ri .. f .shl-;riff of M.arion county,
ty his soul. There was talk of Taglio- ;' ., sui-j-. t to. The democratic pri-
nl. and G;rey sald quite earnestly. . m r
al "What would I give to dance as well as
: s 'he The statesman who had been
tig prime minister and had left in indell- f the 'tun-ty. J,.hn P. Gal;ux)'.
on ble mark on the history of hLi country ---

was envious of an opera dancer:-Ixn-
don Chronicle.

With Bar

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


At McGratli's Stand'

"But. pnpa." walked the young wom-
an. "You .o ,'ain Ltt- i ide.a h.w it e lvei
me. He is willing to die for me this
very milnute."
".We!." sad, the old man. scratching
his head thA'ightfui;y "I don't kUouw
that I have any. ..~; e; ti-,:u to that I
was afraid he. w: :. t., :.;"y you."
How They Interpreted It.
W e -tre ta'ith.t niit '.. !., :.x.-'us for
the future. as the future w':l c nme in
We are taught in the sermon on the
mount not teo think of the f'_-ture. te-
cause the evil we do In o,.e play Is suf-

For County Commissioner, Fifth Dis
Iy. t!h.- s li itiT I.n .,"' fri !n !s. and if.-
..-- -n. I n.!-by .n -
:. i: !f a ill in iat- for the <>f-

'. .h .:-:.- :. s .--" t, the- :t"i,,n 1-
"!.- ".-:., ': .;:.' :y ,f M ay 1". 19 ,4.
I;.-. :v. J. V WV..: inmrs.
K ..f thi s* .
F M.," F1..

For Superintendent of Public Instrue-
. : '. M. :.. .- ".,- ,. ,, .
s.'-' r.- !.-:n' -4 ;:.:- rn

R. L. Andeson,





- - n,(ooo.


Gm50 Ford,

1.ILcM .

Ekrbot A. FeaL


for sheriff of Marion county, subject
to the democratic primary of May 16
J. F. Pelot.
Belleview. Fla.
For School Commissioner, Third Dis-
To the democratic voters of school dis-
trict No. 3. and Marion County:
I use this method of announcing my-
self a can.lidate for re-election to the
office of school commissioner for the
third district. subject to the action of
the democratic primary of May 10. 1904.'
Respectfully. J. S. Grantham.
Font McC'oy. Fla.

For County Commissioner
I hereby announce myself a candi-
.ate for county commissioner from,
,listi ict No. 5. subject to the action of
the democratic primary of May 10. 1904.
O range Lake, Fla. L. T. Hickson.

For Tax Collector
I announce myself a candidate for tax
collector of Marion county, subject to,

endorsvenmet at democratic primary

May 10, 1904.



E. L. Carney.

For Tax Assessor
The many friends of J. C. Mathews
throughout the county. recognizing his
worth and ability, hereby present his
name to the democratic voters of Ma !
rion county for the nomination of tax
t assessor in the approaching primary,
- election. Many Citizens.

For Sheriff
I announce my candidacy for sheriff!
of Marion county, Aubject to the voters
at the primary on May 10. If elected.
I promise you a faithful, honest and ef-
ficient administration of the office. 1
have been a resident of Ocala and Ma-
rion county for the last twenty years.
and my life and efforts are before you.
Respectfully. J. L Smoak.

For County Surveyor
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for the office of county surveyor,
subject t to the action of the democratic

primnaiy of May 10. and solicit the sup-
port of the democratic voters.
W. A. Moorhead.

For County Commissioner
I ;:nnta)unce myself as candidate for
r--elei-tion to the office of county com-
missioner of Marion county. subject to
the democratic primaries of May 10. If
gain honored, I shall in the future as
in the past give my best efforts to-
vkards conducting the county's inter-
est. H. W. Long.
Martel. Fla.

For County Commissioner
I hereby announce myself a candi- FINE
late for county commissioner from the
ti'th district, subject to the white dem?-
c.ratic primary of May 10. If elected
I pledge myself to faithfully and im-
partially to perform the duties Incum.
bent on the office.
Reddick. Fla. W. D. Bobbitt. C

For County Commissioner
I hereby announce my self a candi- R
-late for re-election to the office of:
-ounty commissioner fro mthe fourth:
district, subject to the democratic pri- OCALA
mary. Thanking you for past favors,
I am, Yours, truly. --.
N. A. Fort.

For Member of Board of Public In-
I pre-s-nt niy nam" as a candidate i
f.,r re--e-l. tin to the* board of public
instr:u< tin oif .Marioan county. subject We I
t, the- --mn.mrati vote- to be polled at but little
the rpr:mi;ry. May le. If rnomtnated and been tho
-I.-, t*--1 I l-!- Ige a faithful an.i pain::- placed ar
t,kirnrg ;+rformance of th- duties of and guar
th- aifif.-. B. R. Blitch. and tried
lUhtcht,.n. Fla. We w
and each
For County Commissioner We I
I h-r-1-y tnr.noune m rnyself a cant-i- son" Sew
. ",- for- ** unty co-rnnissior,-r from the Grapl
"*h: i ..t t o.f M .i,,n. sulj-< t tro thpe
rt.i-- i-mn.'.ra.ti 'primnary of Ma1'y I".
V: .-. -- I m ;-;-g, my bt-st -rvi.- and
.:!.;-..rt;.i; a-r'.n to the- vari-d inter- F u
-s-' ,f :h*- unty.
HB-.;-1\-'v. Fla- J.-s. L. Whisenant.

I;:. -i..::-y r*..,-v-< harse-, croulpy
i :rh. ,,;',-.r *--.I rattir.g. ra-&ping and
ifti uit H.-nry *'. St*-arns.
!ru g,.st. Shullsburrg. W is.. rites. May u
-',. *19,l. "I have been sel-:ng Ballard's



Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchuis



I.- P -

Carry Full Line of General Hard ware. and are nw open for business i
the Fishel Old Stand, West of the S;. are.
All Goods New and First Class: A gents for Patton's Sun Proof Painto: a
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils. Lead. etc. Stoves. Ranges. Farm Tools of aN
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardwarwe, Tinware. Agateware. etc. Seek. Dero
and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Agents for EC. Atkinson and Co'a. Fa-
mous Saws: Wire Netting; American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Low-
est Prices Will Prevail
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Busines Familiariass Us
With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited.



Staple and PFacy Groceries Delived

to all Pa fts the City


C omxnercial Bank 0




- $










Mja Cmhaabf NodL

of Sewig Machines

have a large number of sewing machines that have been ueed-sem
-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
roughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re-
id made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjust, tried
anteed to do perfect work before it leaves our stars. Can be some
I, if desired.
will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run frem eto 1M
is a bargain at the price.
ire agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and Wil-
ving Machines-with or without button-hole attachment.
hophones and Records. A Graphophone and 6 Recsrds for 3L

ture and House Fmnishin Gomds at


ala Furniture Co.

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Ocala Evening Star, Friday, April t, 1904.

.as..e-iIu.t nigit .at the- armory by Ad-1
j~.utmit spuit e loal Nctls. .llM.f I ii.- Uan
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4 4 44 .'an % cn Iais.vlthe- 1.-st sh,,Vi-
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5 4.Iis~aIi i.-A- t visi a t5-1 tnd
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tis'n-m-i in ''snarit;.n-l

t1,71wn't buy a na-%% ma' hine- until you

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T. W. Troxier. Agent for Huyler'm
.&andy. Fresh Shipments Received

Mri. J. IB. 4 %.fl;id o4f V.~..c tolu-
fuji 4' ty. bymI i i m sts-,- of 4 t ha 1e .1
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sna.- s'--n antr ;:i., l the light running

N~Ne-".II'i'. foer t ihf-y:tr#- sti Istly up-to-
1sat.. an-I guc r:m!u#e-1 to l tes;l-s UitsI
jci ~rt is sl.i Poor s~al+- by the Ocaala

Miss Anin:j :si- s un the Woltl.0tns
Mom* Man 3!i~is etc lo-g.~ tt" fr'sni Lak-lasid.

Br'.% 11mic is g '' -1 '.ititell ie-ntityoung

M1r. arv-1 3Mts. -o~ieisf Jajjli. e V Is-
iii th.-- ii~ty s'lolay 3%1r. 40-4fS i is

I ;aill-p5a'l. audi s l cii'Ist iSS-sil-l


,oirk-r. \Vhil*- illn h-alta she- as the o -
ue-stt ,of 1Mrs. M. M. .ittle.
Nothing as g, swl for orinoto'seurs as Room 12. Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.
a 4;ran-l Itdy:al i..-. a'igar. Solsd by all No. 1.-For the Best Home in the City,
l ipa'i;l de-ale', three blocks from square. lHouse has
lto ro4mns and woc,'upies a whole block
Justi.e \Wa-id sonvined a gentile- ,,f ground; firne isarn, et'. Price,
tii;i ii of 'oloi Ito .lisi o'.,rds! the- ro.l .,ie. Very easvy teimls.
1.\ I\.S ,iIII -*-n'SIV- pie-e ,of busi- MNo 9..-- t,*.i*.I Me.onanell l p a-ou.

lots lo'x"2'."',. tiiia-st thing in toIIwn for
hoi mes. Pi ices. from $.'ku tu $350.
They ill go, quick.
No. 3.-Good 6-room house, and lot
N.o',x'.o feet. Price. if sold at once.
$ ,,.5.

fit-.. sulbsttu.-ts SI by tie Poseif- No. 4.-Several small houses that pay
'- I' nst$ore. ..l as i 'lve'tel ts. Prices., from
Slui0 to $Stou. Terms to suit.
Miss pnsly Slout*r of hll.- K:est l-'lor- _
I.I.I S.-li ii:ts i .% I < ;.si Is\ ill,-. :11r ii,. li,.. I'. 1, ;:i th sl, i h-r sister.
this .iif,te .ln to Iisit h1.1 .aint. .M is .I ,Is. Teliiell. ho h l.i\.- I,.li visittillg
|'..hl .'l.,i;k. o, ..' Surtd.t.. .M ,.. ,ih i .1It ..J. .. N t. lolh.r at *;;iine.s-
vlile. If Ullnl holl,, %>-,.l, d1:1\.
Nunaituall 's < '.n ,li.s -swe are a:tents.
re. ei\.-l fresh lbly expless the I:ay aftel FRESH MEAT
it 1i:1.l,. Th- IPost office I rugstore. .
William Tucker has now a full stock
A. M1. <'ushn,.iln *f (.aine-sville,. gra i! of fresh beet. pork. mutton and sau-
s.,.I.tIy Iof i. i. *! Fellows.s, anrive-d sage. iln addition to fish and oysters.
ov-r h' A.. "' 1.. this aift.lemosn. and I
's th l ;i..and ..'-' '- ioniadl will tput Ml.'.;h:ctnt St'rith osf HI-lilin waI s in
thi s,1 < ,1 sl. 011 < thioiillh tsso| ,,i- ,sts'u. t,.,.a.,y. .: I .ln tli -.ts9 thil t his
I,,\\ 5 lll ll i :sls il t". is..*. isl. 1 '... . ,|t "... 31 o .I .,t-

l'l. ..-'s K ili 'y **'' r.'. if 1.,k',n in tim e.o.
lft,:;Is s'. uritI fi uin a.ll kiAnI-y i' all
1.h I. .IIr -.s<.'. SllI Is. las- Post,,ltai ,
|I nI i
Shull you desire a first class pIlano
-or I,.iall. ,call aind get our prices. Ocala
'uinitutt- 'o. ttf.

Tli,.er \s.'as ,,i ,is ll.,iltl-" Apl il folilig
to.,l.o limiti ;.lt,'s o It i thi.o l .al t itr,-
,. s., .1l o l1t thie S.tal I.'-i- i l.t lIo his
hir-it 's con, titl. fly p.i.'t-r .mi.l tloor w:ax. Fresh
st. ,'k just i- ,'-iVetl. Tyrlinlgs & t't..
plahti, No. "o.

t I,\ h.. thimsy plitlih wIh hi wIss
s i ':.!,i>.l lir-- ol' ti ts. The i-ft i -
s Is' 35 sis ut 541 o l t .11TS.


A.nrnounces her


Friday, April I st and Saturday the 2nd.

1 1 i. .i' are invited to c'.l:l. Il-e.a.ince t
\ c..i:.u 1 cautitul lde-.i;.ns ill more than make
.:, :,, the tlcl \.

Mrs. Tompkins will take pleasure in showing you he
stock of Easter Hats.



"'~. .'. : : ", T '- .i"+ ". :i:-'.,': '. hs 1.' .i s S .l i t ', ,. . '. 5' \ : t !* th.-

4lou- E.larl Holder .int \ife-. D'unn-l-
lon: Mrs. A. E. Willard. Hm-.n...t T.
Tuenty-flve- desirable building lots M. Lcrng. Hd.1er: Mrs. B. P. Kliiy.
to, b.- giv-n aay. .-, H. H. Seymour. Bishopville .. '.: Mrs. W. H.,.
phron- Ne. ... ity. I Jhn Johns.n. H-l-n Jhnsr. V. -

ow .tuit-. .s at 'Wi-jtiw5st..


You cal g.-I hopt stvisks. -sggm. coffee,

The. most P1'gant dlji.lay of candy
in town at Dame s.

tt. I. .I...ins-. %V gn1a1. I .trAdMr..a. L.S..Fa-

fi-,.! \. Us- 1.,.a. JB. M.-.K
P.,a Ii. Ia <;,hs ~ F 1.. ~s '

M isf-:, F. '. I,;Z M1-'ss'v H~r I
Thssni;sss'..nat vii?'. .T-x -31:- N I-

J.4 kssn::-.M:s. L. L. .L-.' -

31 tck-atha'. A. H. w -!. .I-r I iI '...
4~~~Jt sH.J -z;,.2 W U F N -a.%'. Y.': 1k _N I 1P- 3M.k
FL I. It 4 Jk Ph:ui-Ih-a .J Hil-n


e m'ing tos th#- tic t that the- 3l.t's-
wsill .scsup ths- hitall snih tha.-'- .'.
to, P nss .'.1 VFe-oxs's.'. -tia L ltv 0, -!
.of1 ~ ts N 4:


Ito disisounti the-ir hous--holi good ls an -
I-TiIov. i -l ati t ho tli iit-, V he-i 1- '4or i-Il '..-:':s I h:!, h olii. h irii-
Th-y at .at hosls* to their fri'n dll0. hitij. o s t ts l t ti.i t 1,< *I oi .:ls so
Is II- k .ItIso\,- ; \ hiis(,.-i.'" rdits.1 .11:"
New Line of Jos.l h 4 *i', of M.11ntlor i.-,i l. li t.
REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER, I trie-t .iall -ln.-ltie s n.i s. .-l. Isut tth
DENSMORE, HAMMOND io. su. vss. F-',ortuir.ittly my .n;...y.-
TYPEWRITERS suggest-.l that I try l.'l,.y's H..n-y atinl
-Just Received at- Tar. Its rTr-. t as almthost i ti,:.ul s.
an-l I amn now curt-l iof the *lis-.ias-. *nl
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY my re.ornlm-n.l:,tioin m:,ny l.e-opl." h.ta'-
usel ",oley'.s Hon-y ;tTiAl Tar. ;nml .Il-
J. V. HuTke. the- timber man of Jiack- w:ivs \ith saltisf;t'lioi.'" S.olI v y thI-

sonville-. is in the- city.

M1r. *liv-r Pe-rry aof North I:ikota. io.
visiting his mother. Mrs. Rache-l Perry.
%\,ho is the Kgue-st of Mrs. Sidne-y Perry
:riMl Mrs. W. 1). Condon. Mr. (Iliver
'Pe-rry %%ill remain here for some time.
;:otl on him return home-n will take* In the
Wl, I's Fair at St. Louis.

I will sell you a home cheap, and on
easy terms. F. W. Ditto. Merchants'
block, Oala. Fla.

The- follow ing l-rsons pilnicked to
Silvt.r Splrings yesterday: M1r. and IMrs.
W. Is. Johnson4l. of Val1do)sta. Mrs. D. A.
' l:t k :anil children and Mrs. C'lark's
mothe-r. Kelly, of 1Martl., Mr. aind
Mis. R.'. Mrs. Mv.1-'ornic-k. NMrs. Ray's.
iIsosth'-r. of Le,-roy. Mr. and iMrs. S. A.
Sta.ill'-y. Mrs. Le-e Miller. They had
a; very is-lisaiit time htoating anrl fish-


The ladles of the Episcopal church
intell giving a silver tea on the golt
!inks on Tuesday after Easter, April 3.
A firthi-r lnoltic-e will be published when

'Postoffice Irugst ors+

FOR EX'H.ANi;E--A pretty .,-.,>'-
lot. most beautiful like front ,onr
Weir. 4-acre hearing,. well-kept orangee
grove: good 7-room house-, in good re-
pair throughout: boathouse. etc: will
exchange flor a house and lot in osl-al.t.
Apply to R. R. Ctarroll.

Miss Hattie Melttonl Jollnes ,of Ke-n-
tucky is. in the .ity. tan is ,-ttitig tilp
an "O-hl 4Malid'is i Conventisii."


Rev. John S. 'ox. of Ark.,
writes. "For 12 years I suffered from
Yellow% Jaundice-. I insultedd a; nu1m-
ler of physicians and tri-,d all sorts of
medicines., but got no relief. Then I
began the use of lElectric. Hitters anI!
feel that I am notw cure-sl o)f :i dis.-ase
that had me- it its gri.itsp for' tw..-Il-
years." If you want a reliable medi-
viie for Liver and Kidney trouble.
stomach disqorlder or general debility,
get Electrie Bitters. It's guir.antee-..
by the Antl-.1Nosnolily )rugstoreS only
.'. .14

tla.k oIf itO.w m'..,l.'.. a: tigell-'lits are completed. The link.. HEARST ANTI-TRUST CLUB
Ih hiave ti i'.vr be-en in liner condition, and _
.iApril :.;:s7z.ines. S ..I.ila N is I lisn ltl-. in he.r n+e-w suit ft green. adds Those. who al e aitlmill- '.1irl adhellr-
A p r,,,,.. a inflationin moss t attractive. A good t.l s 0I" W illiam .ai, olpsll h H*-,is t forot
I i II. i's :t titcip.:ated-1. i the. pi.e.sidt-isy w% ill sotsn -i. .April I.
SMiss.T I| .-s 'i- T'Iu nlItill. ir+ o iiing, sec- t il t ion in thel, Souij t I hs. o-. :Il.,. .i1i l
tar-ta of thi.- W. I. .1 Soi,.tv. whie A CHATTANOOGA -eleI-t two ,seleg;te-s tto got to .1l:ksoni-
S.was tie guest of .1 4;..;. lStt. re- DRUGGIST'S STATEMENT ville April 7.
It lllt 1 hellt.1 V-strt'l;yV
l,------- tlert J. Millt'r. proprietor of the Th surlest anl Isafest s rlie-. f,,
\WAANTFI-s Youn oi, ,. ~onin ass I' .,I I" us. Ilrugstore- of <'hattanoo- kine. :cl ilisler is 1-' s
I, ;i rIepresenttiv. or esfr .I1i'l.'. Tn-I., w rit+-s:. "There is more merit Kidney 4'ure. Sold by t he Postrti e,
.i;zxiln'. 'coml issions: cash ilk F'l.-y's ,Holiy and Tar than ill any Drugstore.
lizi/,. W\\ J N. Ti 1ine-i. 141 ." l-th r cough syrup. The- calls for it
St N,.%% York. N. Y. multiply wonderfully. and we sell moor-
Sf it i hin iall other cough syrups coin- 5 I
1Mr. T IIs.W. li. s. who h.s b..s k-ept bined." Salid by the Postoffic- Drug-
.at ho1i e1' l)or s%' we,.'ks ly t he si store.
rious ill-ness ,of hi"s wife. st.lrted ol ut
s% ith his grip-s fo l'tIaUntllol., y-st er-ay. N'TI'E ol. APPLI'ATI I'i R.' AI 'l'_ i'1AT N sR
tio a;gin rt-sti-e blisinelso. Tr.x e.-d I 'n-lr S'ectios! s of Cthaa p- P
t,'r" 4'''. l..'. s aof F'lorid:sa.
PNEUMONIA IS ROBBED Nti,,. is hereby given that J. 1.. Hall. StL OlVIS* 0NIO STATION(
OF ITS TERRORS 1mut, ,of t.ix '.-rtilic;att- No-. 1%'7.4, CAslO
i l ,oleys5 HoneiI ;,Ind It stops ,tLat.,l ths- ,th lay of August. A. D..
Sthlis la., kli l.!, h".l. l 11!, 1 1'4le h;.s tiled said certifi ate in my oaf-
,,- h t l ,' t tice. .11 has ao,,e application for tax
sti eingthe-nis the- luinazs. If t.akens' in tinl t t
's- to! isutisl' an aw di:nce- s.ith law.
i ,t wiill i.,,v. t ..n .,tt.l,k of pnieu no-
nia. Re-lfust sulstitU.a t Sol. bt the y t it t sI i: 'lat 'a' -.s the f llhsilsg p g !
I,..osto,,t,'.e lartru sTo. ,r,. 'ri .. s ,jl.rty situate-d in Mariaon Wg TCOMI"
I utility is'l, to-wlt; Se'-4 of nwn '4 *
VW 1. 1..,!til. the- v..te.ran ..s. .ti. ofs1 oe lnet oSf'nw fl se is.t' ]S.s oJACSOWV*AI
,.-..l,':. is s. k ..-.i. M .,aj,:,..tst,..r t;, 1- Thi s-,. :i1 lfnl es1 n g I.S-
i -s.--. t th- f of th+e of
"" tS ls t its- in the name- eif p a rty brought Sleepers and Dining Cars
BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE k,'ti ,-s. saitili.t shallBETWEEN
Sa. i -,ti,.-ii]-,i 1 .o:,ling tio L.sw\. tax d e.-
S. I.*-401Iu1111 of I .Vtnish. t.
i : i'i,..i- th o.,n the- 4th lav of' St. Louis and Mobile,
1vaisiqm o1' 'ir o i*,onst:; o>~iwt. W han
St1.ay .A. \. !itur4.
I.i,",l't! 'Ills e',' 't ; ..'?i01. Vh- "i"''" ;s "sint .".1. St. Louis and New Orleans
ie:il th: t.h-. 1;sit .l. of M. 1.irs. h. A. I.
hii'. Ilsst hs ,, t,.. 's ,- kt1. :-<'.,.l. a d *
1 !4-1 i T. is truik. .
,n,,\ ),,.s ,.:!; :-;\ i:'-,.. Tr:..y':- :u:,-- ., Ask for tickot+4 via M. & 0. R. R.
,' !--k ,';:0 t.~ ,',,u+i-t. M i. .:i,' ,',.. F-la.

aiiit-slI to k U! s. ;i. t T 1w Aint.-l
iv 1s'alyi'ugstk' ..

NI 31'". -I,, 1" S 14-11 I hlstt

F's ~ uzA L '' ..ra .'155! 1i' 11.1111p

F(. 1 l't I :::-. SA1. t iaf .nth,;n--
3~.i iss '~.'1 h.q :? '.a o'f An'lt :cheny

a AM -- -- --

MISS B. N. SINCLAIR *.'ie in ,',ani:',er'n *.il Riank.
Y ..:- ,' k :n: the ah ve lines ,soliciited.
S;.-- l .;.a d :accura.iy guarantre.d.


Office Over Munroe & Chambliss
Bank. tO-a'a. F.'-r:da.

The Great Eastern

and Western Line

Across the Entire States of

TY nnd IaflnImIANI

Easter Oxfords and Sandals





. Fo Misses Childen and Boys


: - ; S '. : i .. ..... . .. ........ ..... ... ....... ... . to $ t.-0
T :-- S z.. S .:. I.4.. ... .. ....................................... .1 to $1.75
"T r-- S'r.i; P ,: L"-.:her ................ .............. ........... Sl to $2
Th. N ,- S y:- S.::;;. r r .M. isse. ............... .......... 1.7 to $2.50
;: 'x- ,* ,.! f ,,- t;:-.: Boys... .............. ............. $1 to $3
., .:- .: i T;r: i for I and San dal. in all styles.
W r.:- .:...s ,.*x:'.. is. f,,r It .iie.s and 'Children.... ...............$1 to S1.50


Th- ladli-- of th-,;al hurt h
Sil .ilK gv*-;"ar ta- at th,- goif
wrrunil. Tu,-s .l.y aiftl-rno.n. April .
f! i ith lanj, t ..*-'l1llp:tiiliTi rtit. a tatbl-
-",a., ially tfor the- litTl- rI-s air. a go-lf
, ,>.t,-st will furnish -nti-rtainmnint for
Lil! ',>nv'-y.Vanl ". \ill l<- pr,,vi.l .! to,
;.nl frnm th- gtrun,ls at the l.oi fare-
,of It* -Itst. sah as y..


A n-.ting of tho'e- int*-:*-ste-,l in th-a
liaiil'ing of .t nlw-\ ,';.-ra ho)u.S-- \ill be"
h-l \"We-nl-s iay. th.- th of Aj-ril. at
th,- 4's-ntral Natir.nal BPank at p. in.


Just r-< t-iv-.l .t fr*-sh supply (of Huy-
I-r's dl+siial.,l ,istt-r novolItie-s.

Mr. <'. V. Mill,-r. h.tving take-ri p,,s-
s-ssioni o4f lthe Ifurt Re-lling'-.
whw h ha- t-- nstly I pur 'hase-,. Mr. anriI
.Mls. Ilat;i> 'hitarIl-tis \\Vi-!- I olipe-ll-.l

Onyx Hosiery, best on earth


All ourf Spring Goods are now

on Display. We have the finest

line of Millinery in the city.

Call and see sm.


Lucie F.

25 Magnolia Street.


.1ks' Makers ,of the

Highest Grade 5c. Cigar

In Five Sizes

CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor
I ala. Flo'rida.

Ia[iOfl Hadiwae Go.

We Would Be Glad

W hen you wish to buy any kind
&if a Stove or lange t oavYs
; you carefully


With any otaer make

We feel your decision will
be favorable to the

Therefore we court careful
companion. We know theym
are not E4uale.4

We alo carry a fedl i of


Th- rack comi-.nny of the Washington. M r.h .1.-P;artly
jta t,..!< s, th. ih #;al Ritl-s. weret- in-. dy tonight anrd Sa.tura.iy.


11111 Soi li ut

gscsl Ps'ts u s Ihig isle.soit'l na 11l ls *s il-tlsts-- I ike

I '.I--:f Iy .tl I, ot I Iw 454s04 1 qI IIIk..IIa-e- tsaia.I :R, -



ij Nvv

Ocala Evening Star, Friday, April I, 1904


Io emeesve ad Indiscriminate -'e- of
amin iaes. tao these als. ceaaot be tuo 't rungly
= 1=6p. Tme food you eat. if properly
a tU tonic you n-ld.
OIy mum sense t Is deed. The food
eImgbe dlgIe4td a td the bow':' mWis t LOt
o ew to el. Premerve your health by
mmin Uths oomdl uaon.
nO-tUi surely hesi to Indiei-tion. bll-
mieasa, *ict.. atnd t ie coohiti,]'i-' When
w- -ind ect the couidion of ti,- b.i"'t.
Aw- ame system. render, zs it %lsoe'ltit).
ai -et serious wllneats. and les ai&bc to
sck attuacks.
u mpr stomach b been abused r oveer-
a i* weikeed by drugs or skitckne-i you
I'*t have to stp eating. nor die-' soir.. ;f.
All "ea t Is someitihis that iil iad ti '
meaacIn Ita funltioOw and re.ieve it frop
bela ic~ma~}ty irritated t, 'in,.ii<'-'t<, f,iM.
kep rst and *mimpiemri nte it flor ti.,- I,,r-
sebthetCAL.t')KNIA l'l: N-. WAiVI;<.
a teral diseiolveset made fren, the 11 Ire!
fit. aienera llaxative.L Ar.In '.w-t'r n the
--c ma zehber imdic:ne' s i .ocC.4'sary.
W y yoare bilious. It i% a *ign that' 'our
Vver is out of order, and the I.,iis>nu r ht,.
OSBeSd of being Cext'Il fIrom th'* thtxiy
3heei hthel atstinies .ikt ,u '. ui irn the l,;oud.u
AM a ranit of blliounie-s. it,-' '**nm- ii \tI
uia. Tere ae a grititwg pgiLn .in the Ala.

dom.-n. H-adache". D'zziness. Constilatltm.
Paih !in the .i-.hti Slfde arihl te fskinl become
sallow ail i'-..orwih. rough and itchv. Take
a?ts-r Tniet.. ao.J in a bhnrt tinis your ;ver will
be terrufirning 111 proper function, driving the trim ib-- s'te=. Use nothing but CAL-
IMOlNI. I'I P 'NK WAFERS-no other
medal in ni t cessary.
&% 4lire'-ete. u' : pi>%:trve-:ycure the- mtstob!.U-
Ir cv.i---f ,liiiereestion. Torpid Liver. C'onsti-
patiun. li..ousuies., etc.. so MS to stay cured.
wore w::h.,til tLe .rihtest Ia;n. gr:pe or
naire'Ls. 'th'iry lrollice natural anld easy
I.,ovel-inOt uof the bUwls', are easy to take.
pture aL-' hea.thful.
Thev ar.- Nat'.re's own remedy. better thea
Ipi:l tor ,.'- i..,r caitLartl. te-as that
r-ile :i:il rIi.tu-< :a,'. bel.t-r than tor
iuov .' *'I.,- :..s -.-. t-ciAu.- <'AI.IIF' NIA
1l1{l'\': \AI'.I:iL1' ant a enatral disi.: rnl
an>)l *,L ;i i"'.1"+ ;t(irt'ud w- 111Y utl aitturlll
on thoi ,'ipt,-n'- o "-the-oet ai. producitng easy
mo-emi-.t'. Th:'y recruate, the- liver and
stomach. 0'l]-an*e the system and purify the
bluet. cu-'. ;ia .i Ho l Troubles. llad Breath.
i;t:,! Ioo;.. Wind on the Stomach. Foul Mouth.
Headhah' P- inmlen s and lor.zine.s. A l'ter
eiso}tam .\Sutar a i ,J/rjatr). l.uuWalera.s0.


Raftmldkti m ttFuld, SSm mmd Pwr smy to Taft mmd Wmmrmsi to ums



re" r&" cat W4.r ,f,* f?'it i"VI TV -wt 'hi m a: s'Itl a CALII'ORXIA PRV14M
W&Vft, ~skch qusckivrdis-vw,v,re'. t ,"t li -'4 :-%II t i an.:1,,:n1 %t... o tarr i v t t1r'n-arb a&M

ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE. Ocala. Fla., J. W. CASTEL, Propriety r.

Ho? granousAnas., April 2N135.
Wha IItm K s 11imarned I found that wmy utrungth and
heamth were gradunally daiantinshing. I beocatuv nervous 0
auiut irritt able, and was in bed a week and gaeuis-t I iimt- ten '
My busha~ic had the Iie..L pbviaucau f sr v.o ~av*I:ss
he.iss-ie.-:aie or nearly fo~ur with-t. but 1I rrAduAII' r
wore. hAdi t-%* utwaegt. and dulmaly. L was unable to It ave
my bra. at all.
A friend who wa" calling on nw brought ine a fe of
Wine of tardiss and % &aso ..loud in its praase tuait I told 1JI Wa
her that I wco~d take itt Ice please her.
I was satirlor-wds and jleaa&-. that before I had nest'.d the bottle I really felt
better. "t' I Lept con using It. Fight
bottle'. broisght back my lost health
mand P-1re-nogth. and I baie ma" Lad a
sinck ayina"a man msh..
TemvnasuaS. AU 0E'am"cIU.


Mrs. Finnegan had little hope of relief because she knew that every
Stiamesle ad lihi szp,.li ,rf iu,.ta Trual ;ingT,:e:l w.'i. a.:.-ll tarmti:i
&-.** paine ike was weaker. And every i:uonih: '<,- tAiu %.a gr.,wiSiug
morme we.
Btut Mr Fintinvan wasacured by v inm ,f I'ardui. .S is n!,w 1no
well that thire art f,,w w.,.,- n ho wo ;. it..' 1- !* -.I 1 t., th, :* I .h'-t
she has. Ant any .intan wwho has thosLt- lr.adJ.i 1*,arii:. ,,,,%u pain
ka. have th ssautrelief.
Sou can l-e fre from nientrual irrecii'ulariis if yu.i !iA ti :io i're
vtgle ,e wit Sforothe?'t Sec.ure a0l-tt le f Wine of C'ardui t.0a.,
Yorxruggidt bow $1.0 botti.e.

I****************0 *non 4140


* U

*Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pine.,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
0 Philadelphia. New York.
& raT n nPI Pa A i& ian iATii nI I i v v

A Strong Supporter of Hon. John B.'

22 Pounds Good Rice Dr. Blit -h is u. and abl- to
!'oai.i H"- %ill soon tw ahl]l to attenl
OO1^" ti his profe-ssijril duti-s.
.r1. an.d Mrs. Sar.drife-r -re in o alai
T qru-slay.
Mrs. i;. A. Pettew:ay of York is vis-. '
"P66 sto" ApRMSpar flo"r saves a iting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hayne.i
"Piaetoe"A prepared flou, saves a ".", thi pla'ce-*".>"
-Aat this plaI-.
At.ith t J b -s. Turner of near Inverness is the
t expenses, half the tro ble gest of Mrs. S. H. Blit' h.

a al the anxiety of pastry and biscuit We are- gla to sethe patrons a
eirst*!- -nough it th-ir childre-n t1-
H r isit the- school.
.Mr. anrl Mrs.. Weave-r %%-r- in OcEla '
We! 'nesday.
WVilli- Ma.rlow an'ld iste-r. Miss Arti,-.
Sl I .-s Marie- an-d Clifford Wt-eavt-r and
SMr. IlR,-tt VWorthington of this pl:ai
GT i.t-l-,l ;i birthday t-a giv"-n in honor
of Miss MaudJ- P.Robi-ison. ;at h-i f.ath--r's i
horn-. Saturday. May .Miss. M.auJ- %it-
LAB H L nw-.s many suh plea;.sant P--vnings.
] a A9 DIuring the loliti'al campaign we-
hav beeni ple-ased to mee-t J. L. Smoak
S ind J. F. Floyd. the latter a c-anilidat -
a- yp r WE for the legislature-. Friends. Mr. Floy-l
is the- man Marion county ne-cls to rep-
. ... ..e.--nt her. His ,latformn %ill convin' e
you of that. Mr. Floyd. of course-. will
---- y- .. a' WHITE---'SC:REAMSha- hv+ his ideas. and som-. of course.,
WHIT'v --C M will not favor them. in regard to the

OR M S IVERMIFUCE no fon4 issu. No%, ionsidr this.
K k.^r v d 1 nw Ins^-y frie-niz. Floyd cannot make a law
h talnTand m its. pass it within hims-lf. and if you
\ rw -;oXBT AutX ZZX X ) Ir "t going to supi'ort him on ae-
JAMES F. BALLARD, St. I.outs ,iuit ,.f this issue-. l-t in.- I-ersu.l-
^ 1 w^ '- ^^ %.f %-' you to carefully cai. his plitform anl
FHr sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other le-ading drulggists Ilu your attentioea to d .' her- h. say,

that it DN ill not be- compulsory wherev-er
It it s not wanted. Now. I speak of this
E C1 100 0 l I IT H DUMh-*;,us+- it seems to be Floyd.s sturrb.
lih.r h lo'k. hut klek it from his path.
S-nI sd him to Tallahais.s- heading the
ti'k-t ani se- if h- will not. in plain


', ordms. make you happy in the end. It
;s a pleasure just to see Floyd' for -
tihe-:' is a smile oef sunshine- wherever
e goes. Now. I. myself. wouldVt .teGeorgia Southern
feri' l.Yl oyd a thousar l tinites if I couldl.
which me-ans I am for Floyd. "whol & Florida Ry
sou il alnd backbone'." ;Lisd i .11May l I
ie-ai ith.- tick-et ith Hon. J. It. Flioydi "S wanee River Route."
for repre-sentrative. He is going to see -
youti. anId whe-n you se.o him couining. i li0.i- i ": 4. Iuek ste-p
just holler and say. "Floyd. I'll vote for, -
you. and a hearty 'touch flesh."" Lv Palatka ,I, p i I* I:. a m
Lv. .laek-,nville t *-" i ill lli 7 I. li
Ar. ildo1ta 11 .. p n11 II Oi 11.
Ar iti x : II, a in ":'.;J; p nii
DREADFUL ATTACK OF .r. C.rde-l"- I a 'I 1p n
-. A I1 K .
WHOOPING COUGH Ar. Anmerr'u- 7 ita in I.. iIpn
Ar. G ,lunilbu- l- p in ." 17. p i
,Ar. M. nt,ni- ry 7 :' 111
Mrs. llenl Harlison. of .13ie Park St., f '. aRV.
Ar. N .ta '-m' ;i 41) ia n] 4 lit |I II I
K;iisis 'ity. Mo.1 \ rites as follows: r In 1. I 1.
'" 'ur tlo. ,children hadi a sever attack of Ar. .11 ;7 : p
i\\ h,.sping .cough. ine of them.i in the Ar. Al. nt 4, 1it 7 '. I. ni
.\r. 4'* l 'iiitiI- 7 "u,; a ni
paroxysin of coughing would often faint Ar. Biriitliani i 2- In
Ar..%l mnlh i i
:.natl lee-d at the. nose. We tried i-very- '1. l. .'
thing we heard of without getting re- Ar liri,-tta .... :1 a in 1 141 p inI
Ar. t.'C attaui.i.i:i i1 m p ;i i III .1:: a in
li-if. W*- then called in our family doc- .Ar. Na-tvill ; p Il .i i; i
t-ir, who pte-sr'bedI Fol.-y's Honey ainid Ar. .t. Li aii ; ,4 a n t
T..r. With the very t list tlose they be- Ar. h'ali'al. 11 *2 a ill
SI.. N K. t.
e.1l to ilnimptove- andl w%- fe'l that it has Ar. Iui.ville- .- an 12 :.0 ni
.A r. t.'i4'".1iinati a "1 ; -1 i 41 ] > nin
.stV-'., their liv.'s. Refuse substitutes. Ar. i& & iF I a n
Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore, Ar. Chiaii,. l. a m 4 .' p m

OKLAW AHA ,,ilidl tr-in- fr.m ,.; 0nvi.2. t,' Iaern.
Trains from n I'ai tka .-,nn.- t ;t \ I,*i.t.t with'
--- .tran4 in oinli noirth friim .I1i1 .* nl>';-
Miss Mattie .Marsh.tll. w ho has be-en L,,a. *-ipr-r.Lii [in xi, L .r *'ri fer .11-Ma
cell. r m-ni nt l:r.i in .l-p.' iun :l 7-.t a i ll
holding ;i .position at Eus'is, 'la.. re- Pullman Hlniut.t *ji--iepi il .11. ftoin .Ih.-k.-ti.-
Sville to -tr l..,u' vii a t! ,.\ r t. without
tli lit" home- Saturdaiy. 'hang- of, ear- .ni I:x- F. Yvr !-i 'i an.- P'. i-
School closes at WeVir P:n k Friday. man',. d ,st -,e,'eer. ,.n -:: e* tra". ii (.hit'ags,,
Little Tommie. 'ason of Weir Park Er *!i.iii:,, -.ui- Ith:,ound aindl >th!-r infur-
I matiat ,s d.Ma u
is \ve "y ill. It r F \ F1-. 1. .
.M issues I-loit nce .ui R'osa Bush vis- sitrit .' r "\tIi *" \\ li t i r,.-
ited Mis. W. WQuick at 'Canitlor Mon- iOrt' B KRlpli-' .
icnfrai Pa-,.ng. r A.igeit. .1 ,coin.,a.
Mrs. A. Y. Young .s quite sick with

Mrs. Vaulkmin ianId daughter. Lou. TlYI nW N "
is.a. \\-re the guests of Mrs. IeLong ;t vw T TI n LO I U Oktee
,<'a.ili-r. Sunday and Monday. Remedy of Sweet Gurm and
.M1iss Rosa Bush. who ha.q h, -n visit- MOf og C s
ing re-latives in P:almetto for the f
tiwo months, :as called-I home last aGrippe. Nature's Great
Thursday by the s.-rious illness of her Remedy for all Throat and
W.,,.nr why eour young merchant L, g Troubles. Thoronghly

....ks s. l,.-ased. It is hecause a ctr- tested for 30 years. 25c.,
t.tiii little ,il has ,ctme hme. 50 *c., and $1. For Sale by

A DANDY FOR BURNS Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

DIr. Bergin. Iana. Ills.. writes: "I

have used Hallard's Snow Liniment;
always receinm ended it to my frieni-s.
is I anm contfilent the-re is no better
i la Ie. It is a danitl for iltirns.
"ho, live sio f.arrns .iare e-..- illy liable
Ito man;iy tacideintal cuts. burns. bruis-
- s. w hwh h-al rapidly wh-in Ballard's
Sni..v Linlinmint is appllied-. It should
ii-. A, s ie. kept in thi- lious- fo'r ,.ase-s
sf !!-r!" ell.y." ".-, -.. .,-. ;ian, $1 a bot-
t'.-. S1li hby lth- Anti- .Dln..; I rug-
' t.,: .


Mr. ;in, .Mrs. L. I). Ite,-k called on a
Mr. \Vilso.i andl family last Sur.laty.
N. Waldron anl wife w.nt ove,: to
1th" .. t oods Fridlaiy.
Th. ra::n. Sunlay night was a wel-
,,'.,'. :u.-Tst to the f:irtners.
'. t'ui'inni: s .in.l Mr. e'. P. Ha.y-
:.ft \\ it to i l.l ; Saturday.


'nu:- 'tt!.e .al.tught-r h.!l .'. ,n ;:.:,,
;A '.. .t ,k of t . i i !,i ,, eh .,:. !
hi',, h:, ;tis." wrt.-s. M s \'. K. II .-
i. ,,f Artnk. N. Y ".I \tl I
,th,+r :-.r -n ,ii -.- f.t:,.!* \ w s.t',' E.'-r ";*".
.'h Ir.'s Ne-', I% :s.,.. : e ,;
:.- tu h h..i e,.:..un '... ...t: .... -
v :. .l s a. -". s.s", u< : this '.:. -








All Kinds

Price Right



Colonist tickets to CALIFOR-
TON. IDAHO. UTAH and the


Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company



The healthy
woman need not
fear the change
which comes as the
beginning of life's
autumn. It is the
woman who is w orn
out, run down and
a sufferer from
womanly diseases
who naturally
dreads the cl:ange
of life. This is the
critical period of
w oman's life, and
the prevalence of,
womanly diseases
makes it the duty
of every womi nan
who would avoid
unnecessary suffer-
ing to take especial
Me of herself at this time.
The ills which vex so many women at
the change of life are entirely avoided
or cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Fa-
vorite Prescription. It makes weak
women strong, and enables the weakest
to pass through this trying change with
the tranquility of perfect health.
1 have been a very healthy- woman. and thus
time has lteen ver'vhard with me "writes Mrs.
Mag ge Mt rr:- of' Munson Staion Clearfield
Co a. Bu :w- "I am come to the time of
change of life and I have beet; sck a freat deal
off and n o uhet Mr I Heami n:rve wt beside
me I was sick in ew. and when -he came to see
me and we were talking over our sickness Mrs.
Hemmis told me to try Dr Perce's Favorite
Prescription and olden Medical Discrvery
also Pellets.' I ot her to bring me a bottle of
each from the drug store and I used tem
They did me aCgmat deal of good and I g(,t two
more h)ttleso oF Favorite Preocriptionn" I nevr
aw such a wondirfu: cure Btfore I ci.
menced your remedies I was ood fr nthian-
was in such misery I hardly knew what tu .t
with nvbef nuOw I an do all my work myself
and feef, well -
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant PelletLs a i easy
and pleasant to take.

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

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

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.

F.-,r Ro.che!le. Palatk., Jacksonville.
\Vay.cryuss. Thornasviile. Savannah,
t'h.i.l.eston. Wanminrton. Richmond.
Washington. Nor:ulk. Baltimore.
lP.ii.e-elphia. New York. Boston and
.il l..F:sern points. Also for all West-
et.. ;-.irits ir: c.nietction with Chl-
k.air :An Florida special.
F.,r .,,.he-lIl Pai.atka. Jacksonville and
il p.;nts eiast. Ala., for Macon. At-
lIA.T:i. Nas.hville. Chicago. via Dixie
Ilye-r route.
F- r L.e-sburg. Croom. Trilby, Brooks-
'.2... Tarpon Springs. Clearwater.
l.-.:- Sir. St. Peter'burg. Lakeland.
T.tmpa. anj intermned.iate points.
F..r'bure. C:oom. Trilby. Tarpon
Sp'.-ings.\a.tter. Belleair. St. Pe-
t.-'sbutrgi and intermediate points.
For Julirtte-. ;ulf Junction. Homosas-
sa itlnd int.-:meliate points.
For Juliette. High Springs. Live Oak.
lou;ptr.t. W\aycross and all points east
antl wn-st.
Fo:r Juli-tt. tGulf Junction. Homosassa
:ti I inte-rmiediate points.

T:airns No. 32 a;dt 21 carry Pullman .l.-e.pers.
T:;ti::s N,. :'.* an.. 7i c.rn:y Pullman Bitffet P.irlor Cars.
1'. & s;t.-.--r.s ail fitrin PO14 t Tninp:a f-or Key We-st and Havana on
s T:uti. i -s. 'l'es ii.s .ir Tliu:s says aLt 1 i iof.steam
T:ain -l inflne- '5 it St. I'et-rsburg titi lite--indent of steamers

fr Tr.iinilil a;i!.i .l;i'.:i:- : iver ijints.
For ft.11. ,tiiplt.' .11iii reliable info mnatini riegarling rates, through car
,,.rini'l.i,'intsl. sl e t.r I :tsirvations, etc-.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line
.a n"!t, ,r ai!l .-ss ,

T. C. WHITF. .rr Agent.
H. M. EMIE.RSoN, Traffi' .Man.ter, W. J. ''RAIG. General Pass. Agent
W ilni:ngton. th t'.olina.



Florida East Coast Ry.

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

L1TH'tGU'll-REA!) 00*14.

No. 25 No. 50 N,. 35 No.e.21

Dwil:. U 2C 3;

3 *. 3.
2 S 0 5

1 313
.I 17, 3 13;
115V 43.13

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9 45
3 3~


uounrnouum-aua UP.

Ni 23 STATIONS. o.21! Me.9
le...y. ba .y
1 1 1- A a i
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i ,,a ": *,.-stinte I 6us a 7i a
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1., 47a -. 24a 6 ta
1.- Ma Pl: 2 12 a. 4 r8a
I'..- I -angs .. .
11 2)a N w ._r a. 1 *& a 4 ,oa,
S 0,..t md ill ... ....... . ..
1201p .T:t:sville.... 12 ta S3 a

l 2i (. Ead I. ;'l.-.. 11 11 1, ........
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la t alI... ... .. ......
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S .' .T ,;'ltt r 7 5;
os l 1 r B-asch f 7 ; 1 3011.
t tSp Palm ha1s a.. t 10 3p
*..It toln... 6 :7 pT
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F' lF I.aiudi rdal 5 Itp: ....
lHa .':a I # .. I. I I. ...
L4, A "A tiU t>). 13 I ...
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IN.78 3S.74 me.N
lat,. | Iij. belly.
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Sp. i .......

701pM 710 ....5..
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5 t*' ....... t 7
: rS ..... 36 7p
G&- 6*

Trains do. nitul stop at stall n w:.eore time li. ot shows-.

Condensed Bchedule Between Jacksonville and St. Auguatine.
JAC*SONVILLE 'Fie 2 N801' Mef7LA'%3.5. 6 SoM310 No. $70, so w m*~e %a IV
*TO ST. AUGUSTINE lDaily. IDALY:Daily;Thsa.y I-&-- I Jeai -.7 1 1617
Lw. Jackson v il'o.. FA &'11 0 a PIla1a21i, 1301230i, lOOp SOST-1 S12p 936P
Ar. St Augustine MU.l6lail3v&1Sa~ Ii2ep 2301, 330p 400p St$pl Slipl$36p
ST. AUGUSTINE 'No. 11' Ne.. SitMN. W jme. 32- me. Sir iwM. -s-e.W!
TO SACKSONVILLI IDaily Ibaty r.D&I-y RL I' T.IL ml An.71"36 N
L.t .- A- ug-us0t 1 -0.I 7. 1 75) &1 T 81)a&IL It1141)a 12 10 p 450;p S19p 626p 4
r.Jaokwonv*:Xe..1* SuAl sw& 00 &,14Oa210,,240p, 110i SSOp 710;q 7 30 p 740

The Following Are Through Pullman Trains:
"ft.wW S--N~wYork&nd Flortdaglootal No.15 and 1S-ChiI'awo AF1 'rde Opreel
91:U~ 2~1~r.Pi:Lie -No.193aned 12-s 'batep and F orlda linwited
0111. 42 and 44-4pab-ard! Fleer da Lilmited tiko. 27 and 20-Tho Ftlorida hawk #d
These tra no ^o a#0m psddzo najy1p'y of P'xl mani Ca--% a .1 exra s-at faroewill bachargad.
+Day eotafhe* operated .9.:i t. ose & a! toou wtul i tp ci: a u eat fare is claa'gei.

W6.11 Nolloo.1
* . _l IATIOX. Dal.y_
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i 8 1 < L- '.....'...... 0*'* .. .........Ar ;' 2.a
IM$ a*Lve.........Xntrprise .........Ar i1 1 40
S 0 Ar.......... 8 :trd .......... Lv 90s

Ime19 No. 17


SIp 1's* Lv ,-ange- *' y Ar Op IMp
5 .,i 14.%t Ar o"r -4'tyje Lv 12 Sip hp I 'ev J. I. 'umrnings. .iastor iof the
---- L I-e-sburg hur. h. p:sse-l through this.
T ,, trdav.

iunday:.Daly B-. CH.. ndaly
11 4 its ; ....................... .,.I ,.T .. .......................Ar' 3 ) 4M so p
11 15 a 1 L r ......... ........... ... .. J;: ..................... L. L T a 3 U P
34 :a 2t: ..................... .. .?t. a~ m .... .................. a 3 23nip
11 4, a .... ....................... iiac : BSk... .. ............ l.. 3, I p
S i t ................... ...... n ......... ................... l a 3 001



T, -** T:I-.o Tab -T .1; ;* : ;* -., *t w #' --s T -r : to an
from thU. s"ve-: a **' .-. ..* eir a-.tva. -->r* .- *- a :: 's 4'eS- .- n ** i.--'ateed.
nor .- th* i ,=pany Lu: t.-ef: .-es :; .* sede Je ur any ,'...&;-,u'n.- there-

e OCopy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Informatioa

I. D. RARNER, Aset. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, ILLA

We kec;,' n nanc a tu.i .me of the nest Beef. Pork, Mutton and
S3a--ae to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
Caretul attentionr to orders and quick delive:y made.
'ITY MARKET W. L JONES, Proprietor.


mo.3 36.11 TArs e'3.
Lpaly Ieazv y Daitly r)ai:7
120 10a Lv N;'Sm ra .Ar i150' 7TilpI


ReM. J. IL A. KN0WsSer EI

At Howard


Academy. Monday. April
4. at p. o.

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

The Great Easter Show
Ocala's greatest Easter exhibition of
the latest creation in Ladies' Mismses
and C'hildren's Hats of every descrip-
tlion. and OalaK's greatest and largest
selection of Fle'owers. Foliage. Chiffons.
Veilings. Ribbons. Mourning Ie.atls.
Bridal Veiling. e-te.. will e-ommence
Thursday. the "Ith inst. You are i-cr-
dially invited tpo call and inspe. t the
* largest and prettiest line of Hats. and
High Art Millinery I;oods ever shown
in Ot.ala.

Song. "Hear Our Prayer"-Advanced'
Prayer-Rev. W. O. Bartley.
Song. -Lift Every Voice and Sing --
Primary grades.
Little Brown Hands-Jessie Mickens.
The Little School Girl- Helen C'han-
Fear Not. Dear Little ones-Louisa
Little Helipers-S.ix Pupils.
i Song. "'sreet the Re.per" -Prima.ry
IndlepenIenence- D.y-E lith handlere.
I ul Bless the Littl- Children-Her-
mi.i La-RRo he.
The i.isobedient Little Fish-Hanna
li.ialeogue. "Dreamers"-Willie Dixon
.an I Elmo We-ton.
The Physician-Miaude Fredlerick.
ISong. "[sea .omething"-Primary
I grades.
A Raiiny Pay-Lizzie Holmes.
Little Helpers-Six pupils.
A C';ass R-' pupils.
t Happitiness-John S-oltt.
Aw ful-Nancy Crooks.
Song. "The tartnmer andt Ihe- t.S-;i.sns- grilades.
Dialogue-. "Who amn de- Mtudd-er"-Ja-
coh Quarterman and Ernest Rush.
A Lbrill. Free Movements- Primary
Revitation-Essie. Norwood.
When Mamma Was a Little sOirl" -
Winnie 'asminski.
Song. "Wilwm t,! Flowers"-Primary
When Pa Begins t' Shave-Plumer
i Bell.
What Became of a Lie-Sara Shadle.
The Pitnict-Severa I Pupils.
i Sng. "Medlley e'horu.s"- A.1 .nee,.
I holly's Hirthday Fanny Joiner..
Jakie- 0. Waiter Melon Pickle--Fve-
lyn Keeler.
A ioys Sister -Arthur Jacks4on.
Song. "The King of Iay" -Aldvaitn.e
Her P;Ia-c-M:ary Humbie.
The- Afternoon Nali-Eth.I T*mnlpe-
Uncle DIaniel's Introduction to Miss
Ste-ame-r--L-e tR. Hampton.
Song. "'Come i.ise With the L irk"-
Adv*i iedl grade-s.

Broadway Millinery SItre-. vi. e-, .ie- ,.- nei i -1.t :i i i .,I v of o.ur
---- i ht;r. Ie--
|Rt. Rev. Hishoph, J. A. Handy. 1). ID..
of the A. M. E. church. and his. wife- HEALTH IS YOUTH
reached, the-ir honhm- at Kaltimore. Md..
Sbut found their so.n seriously ill. They Disease and Sicknee BSring Old Ag
have the prayers of the brethren. lI -rbine-. taken every mrniing before-
The handsomest line o'juffets chi- breakfast. ill k.-e.-, yomu in robust

na closets. dining room nairs and ta-
bles. rocking chairs, reception chairs.
ets., that this portion of the state has
ever seen just received by Melver &
ERightt conv-its w%%'ere ,-arrie-t. south
yesterday toi the- -,;.mpq. one- wants % hite
an.d onle %w.s a ewomani. All. wayv- oine-.
were.- .bl.--b.i.1 vyoiurng ,eople. whos.m
lopro)r- ts .c4 ',ulI h;avs e- l-n bright.
*'.ill ,n.l see the all round hustler.
W. MA. I;o.rdun. '"lothe-s le-anel. press-
ed,. *Iye,. et.. Terms reasoi.nable. Pi-r-
Sf; tisfacion. Sl-e er bloaok.

health. fit you tio warii off'e. It
,'ures r -n ,.t .,itteon liiiieis. .hi;. feet-r. skin. lii.-r .mi- kidn-ey eeonii-
plaints. It purtie-s the blosl ian'd
'le-ars thee imorili.l-xion. Mrs. I. \V.
Smith. Whitn-ey. T-x.i.-. writp.., April
, 1 ,': "I tI..I ius'i-l I-..rbin.-. andl finIl
it ih.- i 1 t iir..ii< :l- 'or t r t ii i. ; :tlieo i
and lIv-r It:'.s lels It 'Io.'. :ill yoi "
Slim for it I in hi,lv" re-,,rnrnle-nI
it." "*,. ,a i.ottl.- o,,.i by th-le Anti-
Mlono,; ,iyv I *rui ors-. ,

F. W. Ditto, Room 12. Mrlehanl
Block. Ocala. Fla.,

For Ict'. t-, u di-il1 cen fr.'rii lie to 3.1om:
h-ptie-- teoa l.'.- it: f:.iniu 577. t-) Slinpop.
*4'erni- ef Iiete u 'rf s~i
'a -iY te-: f r 7- F1.a2 a t :il t Itl
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;,,'-;il -wimato-s mnale on all contract
% or k. (;iv'-pe nacre anisl better work tel
the- -money tahn any other mnan 0a
tou ns.

J.A. C6lyer Die-s. k

I cbatTAW&m

Have in sto' k one of the finest assort-
ment.l of uii'in4s for holiday suits
-ve-r presented to the Owala public.
Style and fit guaranteed. CleaasinLg
elyeing and repairing neatly done. Pall
and winter sui'ings to your liklia
Be-t suits foer the money in town. I-

* I.. ;reen. th, lightning shaver. *'.ill
and try his shave and hair ut riand you
, will :,always ,'come. M Shave,. i'.. hair
cut. 2 .'. ; honing razor. ': norwiave.
razor. 7':. All 0 work first TNo
Slong d.,-lay,. -\n h.Airm. N-axr ul Alt-rstine Smith. eon We-st Broa liway.
S\i! ;l.. rtna.e- ;i flying trip tio
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*-.ill .on.i -nj,,y
o'r,.ss Pharma. y -
of all kin Is. -t...
fully ornr.lpounA-4.

yourself at th- Re-aI
fouIt. *'o "Il Irinks
Pres ripti,>r., *, re-
\VW-st HrBrw.iw 'y.

Pr.'rnis-.s are- Ilke pie--erusts---emily

"Fin- roe sha, e.vry other duy at
Tompkins' stall. No. le. city market.
XMKi" Nrin.y Mortou. h..%hort ws -me
.:;,,us hurt t,% the- t:;ai L fi tin'.- *,nA"
.- I- I-fly t,-rte-r
K.'-;- .r. rne-riiry th- Zior, M t F.
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rou' for th- B.ptsist Stt- *' ,,'*-..,-
te . wI-.. h rrm--t n :n T:empL.
Ir.'t forge-t the- hur, h or.ferein, .it
M.t. M,rni.,h I:apiti.t i hur, h tonight.
IA'T ---r% ru-',t*-r. t o. ; 1- r. r-*.re l-T tRv .P.! -

Th myimveuih by wqe h vveratleg and .vsr-drinklg.
ad So debilated esmiltiei aggravated by dosing
ua learebhoemuse..drops and modibes

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t.r~'a lvwa on any put f t loade. as, r LEyv
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sonti basity las. & elm. Len.wigby ^ M 2DSo It. r r.
basis -Vthomintaote rma Sl930001 ktm. CYvoia :
pvfttuig this ism eawits
688aiusemmbn. C411M Em0mI
are rma Lsw anawful oLatiasisowmu"Aior -Io'he
B.jad. 3 3.A. M Lstvoa f3.wtitrw mod !zchz.,
Solid M.i.n6 AcheS 0"MuPne. y 2.eains a
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c, ~ tretjd by t~alixmg htika.ioc 314101 'a.

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t'.,lMAI SeatoT.Ite. an..irh4tirooss" i..l
drinks. ioe rn-.ina~rI. .*t' tirrst Iii r-oh0b
Wallrt-dr's ist"" I tk w-ig ,o-- dt.

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S-4.1byA fr t 'lasi M oeoprsyt irKt#Pr,-a. rpk'

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11e-nry IlhelIavn.lha- eow Ibeugtined shop~

yie- .ikirqt i-us" .5 hrk t e.1it-a ii.*prices.I

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Ocala Evening Star, Friday, April I, 1904

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EVENING BITTINGER & CARROLLC. STAR I''iTne BOllSe That Heals Ion Rig1"t I engineer Company Yesterday A of was SAD the afternoon standing Crystal ACCIDENT on River as the:Mr.Lumber railroad Bass, :i| THE EN'' L&L& TA'' 7IO AL BANK 1 I J OF I OCALA

,_ L.Editors Bittinger and and Proprietors.R. R. Carroll track of at trains.DunntIloo.'a..hin two trains were? the backingup shifting ( 1

to him. one of hkh he did not see. i

A A and w hich ran over him crushing his I i
Tomorrow will be one of the big political -
left above the ankle. Engineer I
days in Ocala It all signs do not I leg CAPITAL soooo.

fail. The weather will evidentlybe Benton saw :Mr. Bass and called! out to .J

of him that he was in danger. but the latter -
propitious and if the full number
candidates did not hear him. :Mr. James R.
senatorial and gubernatorial I
Moorhead. who saw the accident. instantly -
will come there should be a great political -
feast. We are satisfied Ocala HEADQUARTERS 9 ran to the unfortunate man's CDIFRE: O S =

desires to hear these distinguished citizens assistance. The wounded man was R. S. Hall! R. L. Anderson Clarence
for dry goods aM fancy conveyed to the office of Doctors Bas- Camp, J. K. Christian,
I and learn what they have to say

for themselves of their records as public notions, dress goods and kin and Griffith' where. the crushed George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford.
was amputated.The
servants and what honeyed promises trimmings.

. I they have to make for the future. President: Cashier
1 As this is probably the last meeting of BELTS Raior Crank.

any importance politically that may "A man may be quite rational and HERBERT A. FORD, F. L. WATSON.

be held for some time we desire to reasonable In all ordinary affairs and
be quite daffy on the subject o? -
# call the ladles' attention to It. We< I If I. .
razors." said the barber. "I have one
know the speakers would be delighted i ANNOUNCEMENTSFor I for sheriff of Marion county, subject j
custorier for Instance, who ket-ps six
with their presence. Let Ocala. her ,.- razors here one> for every day in the to the democratic primary of May 10. ; EDWARDS BROTHERSAT

voters, and the supporters of the voters : week that a man is supposed to pet J. F. Pelot |

those who manage the home affairs f 1 T : shaved-and pays me to hone them every County TreasurerIf. I Belleview, Fla. j THE CITY MARKET

t be in evidence at the various !I wrrk. Some mornings I have to in the judgment of the people of I

meetings. I Ii!I try tlem all on him before he stops Marion county, I have faithfully andbefittingly I For School Commissioner, Third District
I!! grumbling and even then may have discharged the duties of

j I to use one of mown razors. At uth- i To the democratic voters of school district Leading 'Wholesale & Retail Butcheis
lion. C. M. Brown extended his visit county treasurer, I respectfully ask)
H. B. MASTERS i ts times he will order me to use the No. 3, and Marion County:
their support in the approaching democratic -
from Tampa to Key West where hemet I can't
same razor for a week or two. I I use this method of announcing myself
with most flattering reception. I primary. Thos. E. Pasteur. '
a fool him by changing It either."Another WESTERN AND CHOICE
a candidate for re-election to the
A thousand eople were present to hear customer who comes In on- i
= I office of school commissioner for the
him and he received strong assurances -: OG7SLA FL1\. ly for an occasional shave talked tome For County Treasurer ;
third district subject to the action of AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
for six months about the razor
of suDiicrt He was accompaniedto
I respectfully submit name to the
-- ---- -- I he had at home. I told him that as my the democratic primary of May 10. 1904. FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109
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Key West by Messrs. Jennings d..mocratie'oters of Marion I
i county asa
I we seemed to have none In the shop to Respectfully. J. S. Grantham,
Broward and Stockton. Messrs. Brown I I I th.\\
SHEET MUSIC FINE CIGARSThe candidate for county treasurer at
should t obliged if he
suit him I >e Fott McCoy, Fla -- -
and Jennings returned to Tampa and I would bring It around for me to look coming primary May 10. If elected 1

from there proceeded to Fort Myers To any subscriber of the Ocala Star Norma Martinez the C. H. S.. at. He did. Well, sir. It was a meat pledge! a faithful and honest administration For County CommissionerI

where they will speak today. On Mr. who has a piano and would like to the El Solo, and the Fama Nacional ax. I would as soon think of shavinga of the office. T. W SMITH & COMPANY

Brown's return trip he had the pleasureof buy one or more pieces of music, by I four of the best 5c. cigars made in I man with a carving knife. Rut Ishaved C. L. Bittinger.For hereby announce myself a candidate -
him with It. and he never for county commissioner from j
meeting Mr.. Albert Wright, a former peeped.
sending us your name and address we Tampa.. and many others to be foundin
I district No. 5. subject to the action of
-New York Press. : HA.RI\ / ARE
young attorney of Ocala. but now an will mall on approval five pieces of T. W. Troxler's cigar case. Clerk Circuit Court -
I the democratic primary of May 10, 190t.
advocate In where he
Havana. Cuba music instrumental or vocal as you
"By and By" and "Br the Bye." I hereby announce my candidacy for I Orange Lake, Fla. L. T. Hickson.
is enjoying a very lucrative practice. may request. After trying them one j RESIDENCE FOR SALEI Johnson's. definition! of "by and by." re-election to the office of clerk of the Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open for business in

day you are to return all you do not I now generally written "by and bye." circuit court, subject to the action of I I For Tax Collector the Fishel Old Stand, West of the S-u:: are.

The Ocala Masons have been havinga want and remit 25 cents in postagefor I Offer for Sale My Residence, Near i,,13 "In a short time." corresponding to the demo.ratic' at the primary I All Goods New and First Class; Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints; a

big time the last few days. They have each piece retained. It will cost the School House, in Ocala, Containing the French tout a 1'hcure. and Shakespeare election to be held May 10, 190t. I takt I announce myself a candidate for tax Complete Supply on Hand. Oils, Lead, etc. Stoves, Ranges, Farm Tools of all
had uses It to the Imnuxliate collector of Marion county, subject to
amongthem distinguished members express
one cent postage on each piece re- Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Agateware, etc. Sash, Doors
10 Rooms, Bathroom and Kitchen; is in the remote this opportunity to thank those "hohave
distinguished from more endorsement democratic
of their order. James Carnell as at primary
turned. We carry nearly all the late supported me in the past, and and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Agents for E. C. Atkinson and Co's. Famous -
Excellent Condition and Fitted With future
10 1904. ,
May Respectfully
of has instructing
past muster Ormund -
popular songs, marches two-steps intermezzos I Saws Wire Netting American Field and Elwood The Lowest
; ; Fencing. -
tool trust record in the office has been
sensible by and by a my
them. Among the other distinguished and some fine classic pieces. Electric Lights Throughout. Half Cash; a E. L. Carney.For Prices
i Leat-Othtllo. I Will Prevail.
!i and presently a such as to enable them to vote for m!
guests 1:11t night was lion. We sell all our music at one-half the I i Balance on Easy Terms; Title Perfect. Seventeen
It we knew how "by" came to be indicative I again. S. T. Sistrunk.For Tax Assessor Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Familiarizes U*

H. W. Long of Martel and L. Harrison publishers' list price except the prices: I DAVID S. WOODROW, of the present the set-end "by" I With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited.
of Jacksonville. Mr. Ells of Virginia The many friends of J. C. Mathews
found in our 10-cent musical catalogue I might be assumed to signify beyond
Room 12. Postoffice Block
and Mr. lieauman of North Carolina. We are now furnishing many music "By the bye" was In Johnson's time County Judge throughout the county, recognizing his ----- ---

The: St. John's lodge.: Belleview lodge teachers in Marion county with sheet I used In a different almost opposite, I present my name as a candidate foi worth and ability hereby present his

and Fort McCoy lodge: were rt'presO'nt-1: music and Kohler piano methods. Giveus i THE REGISTRATION BOOKS j sense to that in which we now employIt county judge, subject to the democratic name to the dt'mocratic'oters of Marion @GIIJfI EED @RH
ed. The attendance was very large and a trial. E. A. Wilson and Co., Will be open in Ocala Tuesday, Thurs- I, as! an equivalent to the French a propos primaries of May county for the nomination of tax

the gathering was a decided success Music Dealers Oil City Pa. I day and Saturday, March 22, 24 and 26. !. not as expressive of something apposite -1 j 10.Robert Bullock. assessor in the approaching primary
but, on the contrary as. according : -
one of its features: : being a banquet. I and on the same days of the subsequent to Johnson "something not the direct I -lection. Many Citizens. GROCERY DEPARTMENT

Dr. Chafe presided and Jake brown FOR SALE I weeks following the dates given. i and Immediate object of regard." i For Superintendent of Public Instruc.

kept the minutes. Donnie Ferguson.Registration I II I In neither case Is the employment of'by" I tionI For Sheriff Staple and Fancy Groceries Deliveredto

An Upright Piano, but little used; Officer. |II In these two familiar expressions take this method in asking the citizens I announce my candidacy for sheriff

The services commemorative of the New Home Sewing Machine; Folding I i accounted for.-Notes and Queries.The of Marion county for their support of Marion county, subject to the votersat all Parts of the City

seven sentences spoken by Christ on Cabinet Bed; a Writing Desk, suitablefor WAKEFUL CHILDRENFor : Mohammedan Judgment Day. in the primary of May 10. for the the primary on May 10. If elected

the cross was the subject of Rector office or business; also a Complete I I The Koran. aura Si. has this to nomination of county superintendentof I promise you a faithful, honest and efficient PHONE. NO 163

Little's disl'ourttoll.1)' at Grace Episcopal Dinner Set, etc. These articles are a long time the twoyearoldchild say concerning the !general "judgment public instruction. If re-elected 1 administration of the office. 1have

church. Services began at 10:30, worth the attention of anyone needing of Mr. P. L. McPherson. 59 N. day." which nearly all religions teachin shall work for the improvement of the I Is'hoo'is been a resident of Ocala and Marion -

a short intermission at noon. and then Tenth St., Harrisburg, Pa., would sleep common: "When the sun shall be C O
them, and they will be sold cheap. Callat and the best interest of the county for the last twenty years,
three hours at the cross. Hector Little's but two or three hours in the early partof folded up, and when the stars shall
and life and efforts before
217 S. Orange St., or address E. E. county. Respectfully.W. my are you. Commercial Bank
address was a muster piece and he the night, which made it very hard fall, and when the mountain shall be
J. L. Smoak.
Converse, Ocala, Fla. D. Cam. Respectfully,
fairly entranced his large audience with I for her parents. Her mother concludedthat i, made to pass away and when the wild |
beasts shall be gathered together, and j i 9
the child had stomach trouble BRANCH OF
his splendid discourse.Adjutant For the Legislature i io
ARE YOU GOING NORTH OR WEST j when the seas shall boll and when For County Surveyor
and gave her half of one of Chamber- '!
';souls shall again be joined to their [ I hereby announce myself as a can- I hereby: announce myself a candidate QI

General Foster and Lieutenant The Louisville & Nashville R. R. offers lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, bodIes. and when the girl who hath ,I diJate for the legislature from :Marion for the office of county surveyor, I If i I
Colonel Xorvfll. retirej left whiih quieted her stomach and she shall ask for what i
been buried alive
I county, subject to the democratic primary -
unexcelled passenger service. subject to the action of the democratic CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO
this afternoon to inspect the companyat I slept' the whole night through. Two crime she was put to death and when j f
j and solicit the support of the
Modern trains carrying Pullman sleepers primary of May 10, and solicit the sup-
Brooksville. While here Captain boxes: of these Tablets have affected a the books shall be laid open and when I
up-to-date coaches, free reclining : demociatie voters on the 10th of May. I port of the democratic voters. 9 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 9
Nash and Lieutenant Graham of the permanent cure and she is now well the heavens shall be removed
chair ears and dining cars between Respectfully, Carlos L. Sistrunk. W. A. Moorhead.
when hell shall burn fiercely and when
and For sale all druggists.
Ocala Rules showed these distinguished' strong. by
Southern and Northern cities. The
shall be then
j paradise brought near,
military men civilities! which thl"1 I I Id
many finest dining car service in the South. i shall every soul know what It hath For Sheriff For County Commissioner RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGH1
General Foster isvery
greatly appreciated.
All agents sell through tickets viaL i wrought.
I hereby announce myself as a can- for
I announce myself as candidate I I
popular with the state troops and Carmichael and Son Co. keep .
& N.For didate for the office of sheriff of Marion re-election to the office of county commissioner -
Chnroh Bells.
has made a record as an officer second i constantly on hani, receiving: a fresh ; CoocrrratlaK --- -- -- -- -
rates schedules and sleepin The custom of consecrating church i county subject to the action of of Marion county subject to
to none. He believes that soldi..ring supply every two days, delicious, pure i
car reservations apply to J. M. Flero bells was once common to nearly all the democratic primary. If nominatedand
the democratic primaries of May. 10. It
is not only play but plenty of hard Georgia creamery butter, 23:i cents per
lag, Florida passenger agent 206 W. t denominations but It Is now confined I elected I promise to perform the A E. BURNETTTIlE
honored I shall in the future
; again as
\\UI k. General Foster is a candidatefor pound kept on ice. Phone No. 37. I II
Bay St.. Jacksonville, or C. L. Stone, I principally to the Roman Catholics. duties of said office to the best of my
I i in the past give my best efforts towards -
re-election to his office and if it
G. P. A., Louisville. Ky.CHILDREN'S j The old form was to wash the bell with I Gordon. I
ability Henry
is left to the soldier boys who have experienced I PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD holy water, anoint it with oil and mark i conducting the county's inter

his efficient services there : I But never follows the use of Foley's I i It with the sign of the cross, and to I est. H. W. JEWELER

will be no need of an election and the: : COUGHS AND COLDS Honey: and Tar. It stops the cough. i'II I some exi nt this form I Is still used. At i For County Commissioner, Dist. No. 3 [ Fla.

vote could already be counted. the time of reformation In England I I hereby announce my candidacy for
the and
heals and strengthens lungs
Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E. 1st St.
| the prejudice against Roman Catholic
commission- For Commissioner
i ounty commissioner from County
Hutchinson. Kan., writes: "I have given affords perfect security from an attack ceremonies that Instead
was so strong I
i er's district No. 3, Marion county, subject FINE WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER
The executive committee of the state of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes.Sold I hereby announce myself a candi-
I Ballard's Horehound Syrup to my of being blessed new bells were occa-' ,,
its in to the action of the democratic from the
press association at meeting by the Postoffice Drugstore. 'I date for county commissioner
slonally turned and filled with
children: for coughs and colds for the up I
Jacksonville, Monday fixed June 13 as I I punch. which then was drunk by the pi I Unary of May 10, 1904. fifth district subject to the white democratic .'
I past four years and find it the best I JEWELRY
the date for their meeting in that city.After medicine: I ever used Unlike many i: FRESH FISH'Ike participants In the occasion.-London S. R. Pyles. primary of May 10. If electedI

a two days' session the association -' Chronicle. pledge myself to faithfully and Impartially -
cough syrups it contains no opium., Tompkins the hustling fish, oyster -I
will meander towards the World's For the Legislature to perform the duties incumbent AND
I but w ill soothe and heal any disease of; and fresh meat man of the citynitrket j The Admirable Crlchton.
Fair at St. Louis provided SecretaryAppleyard I I present my name to the democratic on the office.
I the throat and lungs quicker than any has: in stock every day fine To speak of any one as an "Admirable -I
can induce the railroads to voters of Marion county at the coming Reddick. Fla. W. D. Bobbitt. OPTIC7LGOODSREPAIRING :
other remedy.! 25c., 50c., and $1 at the fresh fish from both salt water and thelakes Crlchton" Is to credit him with be-

hilltop the crowd. Among those: who Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. in great'ari..t). See him. I lag very learned and accomplished j primary as a candidate for the legis- _

are on the program for addresses are I I since such a person lived in the sixteenth t lature. If elected I promise a faithfui For County Commissioner

Editor Harris of the Banner and Editor I century- His name was James and impartial discharge of the dutiesof A SPECIALTYMerchants
I I hereby announce self a candi-
Itittinger of the Star. Ocala. I Crichton, and he lived In !Scotland from I the said office. Geo G. Mathews.For my
15GO to 1083. At the age of seventeenyears j I date for re-election to the office of

he was the reputed master of I county commissioner fro mthe fourth Block.
Please ask your physician to send or RESTAURANTS the Legislature
1 twelve languages and had been given I district, subject to the democratic pri OCALA FLORIDA

leave your prescriptions and orders for the degree of master of arts when but I I present my candidacy to the democratic mary. Thanking you for past favors

rugs wi'h u't. We give careful attention fourteen because of his great learning.In voters of Marion for the leg-
I am. Yours, truly, ---- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
prompt delivery and the lowest of I addition to his accomplishments as islature. If elected I will be faithful in '
N. A. Fort
prices. Tydings & Co.. Xo. 30. :)(. First Class Meals a scholar he was poet, musician sculptor I every particular for the honor and responsibility Special Saleof

artist actor, reconteur a good)
conferred. For Member of Board of Public Instruction -

Mr. J. H. Huff representing the Columbus horseman and an expert fencer.A Irvine, Fla. John B. Floyd. I

Paper Co.. was in the city this '%: Oysters in all Styles 1 1I I MachinesWe
Statesman's Queer ,\mbltlon.Tht. I I present my name as a candidate Sewing
and made the Star
morning a pleasant Sheriff
I great Lord Grey had an ambition For for re-election to the board of publicintru'tion

call. He. is a very pleasant gt'ntle-I far above politics. He passedthe I I hereby: announce my candidacy foi I of Marion county subject have a large number of sewing machines that have been used-come
man. This is an initiatory trip and he I CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining I reform bill, but that did nut satisfy -I II j the office of sheriff of Marion county
I ] to the dE'm'ratie'ote to be polled at but little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
desires to introduce the goods made by his soul. There was talk of Tagllo-
Fla., to the democratic primary
subject :
I said j the primary May. 10. If nominated and been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re*
nL and Grey quite earnestly
his factory. -
to be held May 10. 1S04. ana respectfully .
fleeted: I pledge: a faithful ana painstaking placed and made for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried
-- Room open until midnight. Personal j "What would I give to dance as well as [ as good as new
solicit the dt"mocratic'ott'&
iht':" The statesman who had beenj i performance of the duties of and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen
The Ocala Jersey Creamery can attention to special orders anythingthe i .
of the countJohn P. Galloway.For
ul'.1 j prime minister and bad left an Indelible -J I the office. B. PBUtch. and tried, if desired.
ply a few more customers who market offers for the table
prepared on mark on the history of his country Blitchton, Fla. We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12,

elate good stall fed milk or cream. short notice. was envious of an opera dancer!-London and each is a bargain at the price.
Best of care given to the handling of Chronicle. County Commissioner, Fifth District For Commissioner
County We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and Wil
milk. D. M. Honey. Proprietor. *
I I hereby announce myself a candi- son" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment.
a _ _ Crnel.
of friends, and after
the solicitation
"But walled the woman date for county commissioner from the I Graphophones and Records. A Graphophone and 6 Records for $S.
papa young
Chief Bull was exercising the new Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar I announce
due consideration hereby 1
i ')'OU can have no idea how he lovesme. I third district of Marion subject to the !
fire horses this morning in double harness myself a can-li-iate for the office SPECIAL ATTE. /ION TO MAIL ORDERS
I He Is willing to die for me this I white democratic primary of May 10. I,
and hud on the seat with him :"fr. j jH Skilful Cooks Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands very minute." I: of county commissioner for thE If elected I pledge my best service and !

A. Ford the alderman at large w ho j Vel1," said the old man. scratchinghis fifth district subject to the action ot impartial serving to the varied inter- Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at
takes a deep interest in CVaU's welfare j Special price to Regular Boarders head thoughtfully. "I don't know the democratic primary of May 10. 1904. I ests of the county.Belleview. .

The horses I'kkt'll in harness and j jacted I that I have any objection to that. I I Respectfully: J. W. Williams. "SMITH'S"
Fla. Jos. L. Whisenant.
as if they would be very serviceable ., was afraid he wanted to marry you. Fort McCoy Fla. I

to the city. The purchase made byChief THE CARMICHAEL & SON COAt I i I
How They Interpreted It. I j BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP Ocala Furniture Co-
Bull was evidently a good .
one. We are taught not to be anxious for For Superintendent of Public Instruction

McGrath's Stand' the future: as the future will come in II I Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy

FOR SALE-Cheap. for cash a complete cough. oppressed rattling, rasping and I
time.We I announcem'self a candidate for
set of Encyclopaedia Britanica. are taught in the .sermon oa tie difficult breathing. Henry C. Stearns, I
: -_ I II county superintendent of public instruction : ;,',. ,.,. : .":;''' '' ''''.>>.*r'*>X4 :
the future
full sheep binding. Apply to Mrs. J. C. II mount not to think of druggist Shullsburg Wis. writes May j |

Porter or to J. H. Benjamin at Star I the evil we do In one day Is suf of Marion county, subject to | 20, 1901: "I have been selling Ballard's I
tictentnswers of London SchoolChildren the democratic primary May 10. If
office. J. R. MARTIN & CO. lIorehound STUP for two years and Nine UEFBINF I
I the of
I elected shall work for interest j I
_ have never had a preparation that has
I I the schools and county. I attended the
i I
Mr. J. 1-: Adams of South Lake Weir '' An Emotional Trunk. given better satisfaction. I notice that Tenths ... T"
"' ""- T-i'CT
Jasper: Normal Institute two years and
was in the city today and made the Landlady-I'IJ have to re-jue t you to | | when I sell a bottle they come back i I

Star an appreciated call. GENERAL LIVERYMEN pay in advance. Mr Smith.: Smith j I received high testimonials for scholarship for more. I can honestly recommend j of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
and in the teachers'
Why. isn't trunk good for a week'sboard j j proficiency "
has charge! of the old Dr. Chase grove my it. 5c.. 50c.. II. Sold by the AntiMonopoly j -
': Landlady-. It looks like an : .urse.. D. P. Zetrouer.Central. I all the
now owned by Mr. Wilson of Gaines I, old fashioned emotional trunk. Smith : Fla. Drugstore. II I I the liver Stomach and Bowels: ,

ville. The grove bore a fine crop of i Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps Emotional? Landlady-Yes; one that I REGuLATES Iood.Suifer
People t the Purifies the
oranges the past season and the promise I! Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. is easily mused: I For Tax Assessor j! AN ADVANCE IN PRICE \ System, .
is for a much larger one this season -
What Confirmed the Soiplrlon. ; Believing that I hate filled: the office! I I r Malaria! Biliousness Constipation!! .
conditions fa- HURES '
if the weather are of tax assessor to the satisfaction of Owing to the fact that the return I II \ .

vorable. Mr. Adams also has fourteen !| FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSES biggest Mantanmiy.I fool;;in town.think John. \John"u are(EilJ-the i! most people, and knowing that I am :I privilege has been greatly restricted i I | from a ) w Weak Stomach{ and Impaired Digestion.

of watermelons which are very
acres and the small margin in the busIness
( I lyIV'ell. Mary mother used to tell now qualified and equipped to do th ;i very l. -

promising. Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses me that when I was a boy. but I never work as well as anyone. I respectfullyask >i at the best. the Ocala News Company Diseased Eurj Batla! esPi!mEd: t 13 6]! StZti3fl.! \

I I thought she was right! about it t1ltlI I and W. W. Martin have advancea | I
the voters of Marion county for a i irenoniination (I m.A.xtG F :aO'r'rL1 a L O8E.
Terkeween Bug Destroyer for springhouse I Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. I niarried! you.. on the 10th of May. ;I!, the price of the New York World and j { Liver' .50C"'nts.

cleaning; clean, noncorrosiveand I Alfred Ayer. i iI American from two to three cents per j ji I t. -- --

death to :iil bugs and Ints. NowIs J. R. MARTIN &, CO. TEN CENT EMBROIDERIESFOR i copy. For the daily edition the price to [ 4' \ Prepared by JAMES f. BALLARD,St louis Mo, J jb'or

the time tt use it: 25 ('e ts. Ty FIVE CENTS PER YARD, For Sheriff i iI j|I l regular subscribers will remain as j 'II .. ''II! OI.IIi'' II "''''>t .... j .

dings & Co. phone No. 30. TELEPHONE NO. 117 AT THE BOSTON STORE. present ny name as a candidate j I heretofore. {I I sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drn**tore and all other leading drusstares. '.'\


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DESSERT ', Volume 9, Number 25 J OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL I, J904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year BOX 691 Address OCALA. FLADUELING -

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JO cents IN GERMANY.It i -o _____!.... !..! !. .._!..!...... ... .._:. ..:. :. .:: .. r0 ...!.!.. .. .. ..--- 0-0 COLD STORAGE RATS.
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1 I. a Custom t'lr'h' J.labU.h..1: :;:::: fttlvtlf Hi liuiiir la a Trmprratur "
AIUOUK the lhu1..I.. Belo" the Zero MarW.

Pretzels 15c a pound' lit -ev.-Ueriuaii uimer..ity there U :i i! U'LfDoId stora fr was first Intro :. 4

r btill dueling: and there Will IK- :t+ lung ILas I .A BIG DRIVE INSTRAW -, doted into this uutry the ,'Lmy! *tor [

: it-ruum universities exist. Each ate rooms Were absolutely free from

bpratt's Dog Biscuits has 1U iUota[ of fijjhtiu;; clubs which rats and mi(,. The temiit>nitureva 3

I corr-"jioinl to our own secret societies.Eery HATSWe i iI kejt' t-iilfrably below the freezing;

stu.leiit H anxious to be invited j jI i i I point, and In the cold surroundings: rat ICE & PACKING

Brook Trout to join out of theM- clubs awl having I and mite were unable lo live GO1j

I !been Initiated, it is not lung;: !before he i iIB : will sell for the next In time b-iwe\er. the rich stores

and I assigned; to a duel The members of j I few days a line of parke away there trow.Itoo .Uiiit .
lL;; for thieving rodents anti they lx-
Soused Mackerel these various organizations; are | j
by their colored !bands and gn to make inroads into the told storage 7

t leap*. as our fraternity men are by j I' $1.50 mm? HATS AT 50 CENTS ; rooms at first paying a hurried. ""
I cull and as soon as they had taken a
their Creek letter badges. mt j
Triscuits I lOc a pkg. nibbles with shiver out
few rushing; a
aristocratic of the righting; tarps are j

the Ivrus"la at Bonn, to which all the They are the latest style, come and get one before into warmer places.
| lloheiizollem princes l elong.;:. and the" 'II' all Gradually however these visits werelengthened : We beg to announce that we are

Ferris Square Break- 'I' Sato-1:
fast Bacon j must of the Cernian; princes outside of I II without considerable mortality .

I, the Hobenzollerii4 are wrtuh 'rs. Othr I II I among the rats, but iu the end there ready to deliver ice to the

I prominent fighting: corps are the Ilhe- grew Into being what is known as the peo-j
Cranberry Sauce in I nania of the University of \Curtzburg.I ; THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO. "cold storage rat" both"This animal beenfrozen luineither :'
tail nor ears having
|I Normaula of Ili'rliu. 1'ranconla of Munich -
his resulting in of Ocala and I
bulk and tin and the famous corps of Mannoveru for .v.tors. ; ple surrounding country
I their total loss to the families of thefirst
in which: "lIIart'k was a fatuousfighter "
of cold .
intrepid pirates storage.Tbese
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of iottingen. Ilxery Burps bas -- -------
II I earless and tallies* i.ld sturtgerats
lU own officers! its own laws, rul..s.I ;
at regulations but all are 1mmid by a mil- MELON SEED NEW BOOKS AT THE. LIBRARY ,I are j erfetly) at home in a temperattire :
-- -- i -- I below the 2<-r<> 1l1lrTLi"\ I Competition is the Life of Trade
versal '"lIIIt' of honor.
TEflPOT GROCERY I The cu.stoms cud ceremonials Incl-Ii i Cantaloupe and melon the best varieties His I laughter l'It'I-A.! S. lIartl}'. think is one of the mot striking:: examples !

dent to these student duels are queer and guaranteed fresh reliable The Lightning Conductor-William I of how the animal kingdom in
i the wise of nature can adapt!
--- ---- -.--- ---- and peculiarly fascinating/ the cosi s..e.:!. Tydmgs and Co. son. wonomy
I Itself to the mo..tprl' surroundings.;
i I tumes and fighting: ; attire unique and Th Little Shepherd' of Kingdom
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For Interesting.: The duels are of two .Come-John Fox Jr. I -Atlanta Constitution I, Having new and modern:: machineryand j

\ kinds-the one an "honor duel" where TEN CENT EMBROIDERIESFOR
The Metropolitans
YE1H I one student has Insulted another and SAVINGS_ BANKS. I
FIVE CENTS PER YARD Hearts Courag.usIin.s.Huu'l" I
i tumor has to be satisfied by a little efficient fullfill the
men we can )
REPAIRSGO i blood! letting but these! are often not AT THE BOSTON STORE I on the Hudson Powell. They Were Firm suggested In 11117 ,

j Infrequently the result of purjMisej II Maids of Paradise-U.: Chambers.lUrlasch I ttf Daniel Drlor.

TO- rather than of actual insult just for the ,':, -.I I of the Guards-H. S. Mer- Primitive saving:: banks\ were founded !
'I 17"5s;; and Kerne demands of the trade and ::
at Hamburg in at I promptly
F. C. B. WEIHE l sake of a little righting. The Certnanstudent riman. I
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING In 1;;,7.; the Idea having, been sugestt4by ; i
like fats is often "hi>oiling for j The Long Night S. Weyman.The .
The Jeweler, a fight." The other kind of duel i I'i generally I Little Chevalier-M. 1-:. W. Dl-I Ianiel Defoe in 1O7.; ; FraudM.K- :

---- -- ------ --- I a more serious matter and isIknowu Ocala ri.t.. March IS 1904. I seres proposed in 1771;; to confer upon satisfactorily and solicit a share of
-- ---- -- vis. of
the ratepayers any English;
as "by agreement. It is by aichail.uge parkhI I
I meeting tit the stockholders
The la.-li.ranl'f Glasgow.! powers to receive! and invest savings
from another
| one corps to
SUMMER of the Ocala Fair Association will: Mis. Tree Mis. Rkhards.!" and to grant deferred annuities, but a I
and partakes of the tournament order.A the of the .
list of dates is drawn up. and on a be lieM on Tuesday, the late: day ul Velvet (11111"-11. S. Merriman. bill to this effect failed to pass through: patronage public ji j

certain day of each week a member of April iy!'M, at :2 o'dto'k \>. m.. at the! ,, Holt of Heathtield" Mason. parliament. The first practical attempts I
STYLESHandsome office of the Central" National ISank were on a small and tentative ,
the one corps meets a member of the Honor Ii'Kverel: -OihtoiuStory I' -

I,, other for ",li, UIt"IISllrFritz Morris buiMins Ocala. Pla., fur the I.Utl"'S" of of the travelys Sanders." scale. A children's bank was !startedby ",'2

line of piece In Illustrated' Skirting News. fltn-tiiij oifUers and a UjarJ i>f Jirectui.s -' The heat of Home M. Crawford.Th I, Mrs. ITiscilla Waketield at Totten I *
goods in stock for suits, > and fur the transaction of "u.I h; .- library will be "i>en after the" I I: The Rev. J. Smith Andover, with

and FRIENDSHIPS.Thuar other I>u overcoats.We
trousers .
--- l..- the .;. T. SistrUIlk, Louise R: 1 :lInsll)'. Librarian. I! small sums from his parishioners during I
of Lung SlnittliuK anti Tbu.eMade I
are up-to-date in ma- In,r Llf,. Secretary.; the summer to be returned with a '
one-third at Christmas, a lib-I
terial and bounty
workmanship. ;:; People, make! friends later than they NURSE WANTS POSITIONA I I
eral offer which was eagerly embraced.The ]
All orders skillfully and used to, or at least so it seems tll ii. The Place nurse" fiom the" North, who hasnrn !I i title of "Father of :savings
probably because they grow old\ in ;general To Kind .; I 1
promptly executed, work } nursing in the South this winter Banks" Las !been given however, to the _

fully guaranteed. later than they did. KriendsUipmust flogs. would like" to remain as companion !! Ue,'. 11. Duncan of Huthwell. Dumfriesshire. I 1
change>l nature with adtaucingyears 1'ietty Frame Mouldings, : J
who established a savingsbank
In an invalid or to do private!
l later life
but \\L.ite\cr makes
Jerry Burnett i! full of activities and new beginning; II.lmm.s.Is \ nursing.! Address! Mrs. Edna Johnson I in ISlO: on so successful a basis I RESPECTFULLY
at J. A. 1'ittin.ui and :'''11'8. that in four years It Assessed an accumulated J
!I causes friendships also to begin at T-astlake. Fla. I
fund of fl.loH
Merchant Tailor. even the later stages of the journey. I I II
banks In
Acts to encourage savings
Of two old men eaily friends.j>lm had
England and Ireland were passed in

FRESH ARRIVALS OF quarreled They stood Cult alo-
cUrt, which had been rent asunder. : LUMBERROUGH CO

ROQUEFORT I: Such an image ..f course gives jiower- I .

SWISS andLIMBURGER HEE E: fully the :sense of I liwlty: the opposite of ,, I I PROLIFIC INSECTS.

of Yet lathe
the Culil potentiality youth.
The Termite, or While Ants, Are I
I same IHHIHe have the hint that :
-ALSO- not all glorious: in youth: OR DRESSEDSee There the is breatvul Infinite variety KKK: Lasers in the number J. M. MEFFERT JOHN H. TAYLOR.
Antl"'l\stan.y lives In realms above. ,
of eggs laid by different animals
And life la thorn>, and )uutb Is vain 3 3M
A fine line of or Phone the general rule being that tho.e highest ;: ,
Friendship becomes rid of some vanity .
scale of life least prolific.Among
In the are -- -
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GRuCERIESBREAD it becomes more nobie and satisfy-: vertebrates fish are the most :i

i| lug tu the deeper thoughts and ideals. prolific. Trout and salmon average
I when the ru.tts of it grow back into along B. H. SEYMOUR
1,000 eggs to every pound of weight.
ROLLS i''I ; distant past' and if we can keep Buckland reckoned the roe of a half i iVERMACKA1(
the of making a few new
jMiwer PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla pound herring at 19.MO. of an eight
I ,
AND CAKESFRENCH'BAKERY friends In age as we need them to "upplement ,
pound turbot at S.s5C; '0 and a thirty
|I those Inherited from youth, .
pound cod at'JO.> while the sturgeon -
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i; which grow fewer with the >'ears. but
third of its
has more than a !
'1 riper and more select friendship shouldplay weight ready for the toothsome caviare. Ocala Florida
role far along toward ,
: a satisfying 1, Mollusks! vary In their powers of reproduction -.
the end of life, the best role indeed! of PLEASED CUSTOMERS from thirty to fifty at a .

MRS MARTI NOT. PROPRIETOR Its carter If, as llmersoii thinks! a lifetime time In snails to the thousands of the

I Is needed for its completeness. : whelk while the spat of some reaches Phosphate Mining and Washing Machinery
while an hour or a day is enough; for } I Tell more good: tales about our candy 2,000,000. It U among insects that stupendous ,

toil or play. The late friendships of the Ji r th.mvul,} dare to print even withmodesty numbers appear, reaching a
\V.'V. Carman &( $
o. unmarried the childless and the Widow
climax In the termites, or white ants. Phaetons
Wagons Buggies Surreys Carriages
ravened If
with j'ride. you
H! hate a special necessity anti
Ion II 11l1,1! !> a ttfll M-ltvlfd stock ofgrutrru The queens of these are egg laying
pathos of their own for mates and ., ysrt cant: to know the merits of our confec-
A h, machines of the most astonishing fecundity. -
: > at i children to a large: extent at certain j :' tionety" -purity, deliciousness sweet- They become huge cylindrical
CARMAN & GO'S., ;t periods naturally take the place of i "r ness taste as to form and make-you packages 2. W times their usual size, HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
other friends. Collier's Weekly.I I i "''n C The at i
i : /x have only to ask muse" oho buy, eat chained to one spot.
on Ninth Main St tioitli ol city mark.i nryy
I + the rate of sixty eggs a minute or JsO000 ,-
:I Interested Jaror. r,+' and ,delight in Lounej's sweetmeats.At .
0' in
reaches probably! two
a day.
Spr.'ialttes-| i 1 An Instance of an luti rested Juryman i-1'-z//r,. tL::. years the enormous total of oO.OoO.Ooo! Building Materials Every Kind and Description

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. : was n'lltrh'.luot long ago. A jury '' I ,

'had,| been impaneled when a maustepped .. CHAS. E. TAYLOR'S. II I 1 Winter Hawthorn Ulo..oui..
CHICKENS AND EGGS forward and explained that .
c. the
j The legend respecting' : ;
H.-iiii'inli. the! |>l.utv and rest assured having been summoned to serve, he the Glastonbury thorn is well known FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
wished to be allowed to do so at
once - -
Arlmathea, in visiting
\\i \u'!! IN':it >ou iuhtXV. ;i how Joseph of
he had to attend funeral at dis I
as a a mission arrived -
Britain on a preaching II
XV. C.\101.CO.. tant place In the latter portion of the I
I WITH THE COMINGOF wa weary at Glastonbury and while i
u __ week. A place was therefore made for hawthorn walking stick
be rested his : Plants Installed
him In the jury ho!. The case was THE YEAR / .. was thrust into the ground; how it : Phosphate Complete
tried and owing to this man's obstinacy -
and after
terdict of \Ve want to do a bigger bu u.ess thane at once began to grow ever
a acquittal was secured. -
Ocala VagoflWoiksW so the legend says flowered on Christ
It was subsequently discovered \er and we v.ant every !builder and -_ + mas day. The thorn Is simply an early
that the man had never been summoned
person interested in building to know -' .'_- e *t flowering; variety of our common haw
F. M.-ATEER. PROPRIETOR to 1i.'rH'lt all and that the prls thorn. That it does flower remarkably
oner was his friend.--I-oudoa Tit-Kits. that we are prepared to render them ,
f :- tt early is quite true, for a tree III the

Will Srt Your Rubber Tires Rght: With j the most efficient service in prompt deliveries Royal Botanic gardens Kew opens its & SO { DO."J"u'.1
Bulb Ulcd IU They AVUhed To. i iI ThE GHBllIGllBEL }
the Goodyear Rubber Tire Machine ;I Tennyson" who wj.s a shy. reserved ] of the very best yellow pine flowers London between Knowledge.A November; and March. .

11 t\r joi.i hois.hod! 1 liy, II"Yt' man. could never understand Robert \ mouldings null work shingles and of .

litv :stif !h. been heard to remark that Browning '
i! Q Mexican lapdog Is so very minute "ED'S
Artistic Pa'ntingK. : would die in a white choker at a dinner building trade. :eJ5nge PLACE"McCrath's
: In size as to appear almost Incredible ui zimt "'HAil:.
party. The two poets dll'UI! o
to those who have not actuallyseen
.!ql i-lass t'pholstering.X"ison". they would have wl..hl'to! dieRobi i
the animal itself. A well known
i ert Browning In the grand Palazzo :, Old
.. Stand
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Ressonicco. with his his bedside
1 prcd. General blat-ksmithius: done." son by ......................-.....-...."." "'-......-."....'" '' ."",". ""........- this tiny member of the canine species tiirgliuldClub
and Lord Tennyson in his belovedSurrey
bays that ;1t is precisely like those
I home, surrounded by his l loved WEST SIDE SQUARE
ones." I SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT i white woolen toy dogs; which sit; upon
-- -- ---i i a pair of bellows and when pressed
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Rebuilt1 and Furnished
I Lpu Tlreiome. I .: .: give forth a nondescript j sound Intend Newly 1,

FISH AXD OYSTERS I II "Miss Chatterton I think I'll send .. .. ed to do duty for a legitimate bark"The FINE WINES OF ALL KINuS, FOR FAMILY USE. HIGH GRADE -

I her word that I'm out.Won't ." i In the ccuntry new lands fenced, bigger crops made. i iIi i ii WHISKIES BRANDY, ETC -'
I Lost Baby.
11.\ fre .h Iott! Fish and the still small voice reproun: AND SODA FOR FAMILY TRADE. PUREST
C m i Ocala and i BEER, ALE THE -
your new buildings going up "What has become of youi baby sis Pure Rye tastes
on of
s : Yes but I'd rather listen: to the old i ter. Johnny? asked a mother
;i iKey ones being painted. t TREATMENT ASSURE TO ALL.
still small four-year-old son. "I haven't seen her I old because it isd.gItlsa
voice than: to :Miss Cbat- i
Ctt: Ltr and Crystal Kim ,
OVSTKRS.RECEIVED terton.-Puck. i OUS LITTLE BANK HELPED TO MAKE THESE for"Oh an don't or worry more.'bout her. mamma" of I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERSIN

I Surprise H..r III. College Boy.Mr. I' replied Johnny. "You'll find her when
FRESH DAILY ( Meddergrass, Who jer ..endia'the you sweep the houi't'-Escbln whiskeyt1'rhick

I bheep to. Bill: ? Mr. RagweedWhy AND DEALERS IN ALL

ll't'IIl.\l art de'ueicil' upon request I w my son X.tb's up to college trylu' : MUNROE & CHAMBLISS A Blunderer time has broughtto

fur a sheepskin( he says and I'm goin' "Of course I will be usrlier some! KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS
SEE: : MlI I : I CAN ; "
ter surprise him with a Lull critter.Chicago .- : Ooala FFlorida.I day. she whimpered."Imposlble. ripeness. It
FILL \OLR \1'.1'; I .. .. ." Le replied! ;gallantly GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT :'

Post. ...........-.......-.........-.....--...." .,..." ..................... ".......-... And he wonders that she!: sent his presents "written down .J
Ask no man's advice, but study the
City Market. :, pet-pie you meet and avoid the habit I old with all the
,I and manners: which you find annoyingto I Moments are little things yet by WE DO THE LARGEST MAIL ORDER BUSINESS IN THE STATE. ,

-- -------- you In others and cultivate the nual-! i INSURANCE their! proper use a book may t.t" read a characters of ALL ORDERS FILLED ON RETURN TRAIN.
I! picture" may be painted a professionmay I
Itles find
you are helpful and pleasing.

Opposite City Hall P. 0. Box 374 j I II I!I I -l>trult NewsTribune.SEVENTYFIVE HALL RAWLS & WHEELER be learned and a life ma--useful-- I age"-mellowness Separate White and Colored Bars at

i ripeness Both the S. A. L. and town places.

CHOICE LAND FOR SALE Standard Fire Insurance Companies and 'Penn Mutual CENT! EMBROIDERIES FOR : flavor. Our Liquors, Wines and Beers are bought in -

''' I For sale, Ta:> acres of .IS good land a.
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.-'GUNO: ..!.-- can .be h.hin Marion county Jesinb- Life Insurance Co. TEN CENTS. AT THE BOSTON i There :ere several so- Lowest.Car Load lots direct, and our prices are the

and- i i e.1V: 1- of 11\\ I... sec 111. tp 14. s. r He. STORE. called: "Club" 'X'hiskeys -

or lying along the O.ainesvillr road I Fire Life and Accident t "VV'e Please
LOCKSMITH I that: are not Al-vvays
: about 4'j or the miles from iKala.
i! lI.rtis a chance, for it will be sold 1i i Rooms 6 and r.1., -2Mcixrunts Milver and MacKay hate: Just received I Maryland Club. You

Repairing a Specialty. 'rhrap for cash. Inquirt-.1 the star; : : ; li.ock.: : some" of th" handsomest laJiC-s' can: tell it by the taste. ne aImiCnaeI & On O. Gala fla 1

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I Ocala Evening Star, Friday, April I J904

AT THE FAIR 4 BLITCHTON I, i I ii iI,,i Atlantic Coast Line Railway CompanyTIME I THE COLORED PEOPLE'S I II

A Strong Supporter of Hon. John B. i' I Lii

Floyd i ii i J I II II I B
711 J'J
r i I II TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10, 1904
22 Pounds Good Rice Dr. BUtch is up and able to walk z* I Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

about. lie will soon t.., able to attend I
The healthy
to his professional dutirs. I
&1.OO Mr. and Mrs. SandifVr; were in CkauTuesday. fear the charge

I which comes as the : For Rochelle. Palatka. Jacksonville :
of life's .. Howard Academy, Monday April
Mrs. G. A. Petteway of York is visiting *. beginning I Waycross. Thomasville Sa -3.11nah. '
autumn. It is the t .
4 at 8
"Presto"A prepared flour saves a her parents. Mr. and Mrs. woman who is worn ''I Charleston Wilmington, Richmond. p. m.

this lace. i out, ran down and Washington Norfolk, Baltimore. Song. -Hear Our Prayer1*-Advanced ,|

fourth of the expenses, half the trouble Mrs. Turner of near Inverness is the ., a womanly sufferer diseases from I TRAIN NO. 32, 1:20 A. M. Philadelphia New York. Boston and Grades. i,j jPrayer I Bone Pains Skin ,Diseases.Itching, Scabby

gyest of Mrs. S. H. Blitch. who naturallydreads all Eastern points. Also for all Western -Rev. W. O. Bartley. Swelling. .rblnd.Pimple. rtul

and all the anxiety of pastry and biscuit We are glad to see the patrons are the crange points in connection: with. Chi Song. "Lift Every Voice and Sing" Ily a rend ct T tj POD taint ui Botanic the b.Blood/B.|. J.otacues It4l1 .

interested enough in their children to of hfe. This is the I cago and Florida SpeciaLFor Primary grades. aal pPna la tunes bark joints urluiu

visit the school. I critical period of Sctj Ska.Blood (eel* a SwoJea<
making.TH&FFUR. woman's life, and : llochelle. Palatka. Jacksonville and Little Brown Hands-Jessie Mickens.The RiKQ' jij BW0 tb to*, tat es u.

Mr. and Mrs. Weaver were in OcalaWednesday. the preva'ence of t TRAIN NO. 78, 1:15 P. M. all points east. Also for Macon At- Little School Girl- Helen Chan- 1.h Son Throat, I;o truttwn,

j womanly diseases Copf-Cvlorpd Sp Ir t St.fl ' Ur.ta. Nashville Chicago via DixieFlyer
makes it the dutyof I dler.Fear .l1 CUn aI put Ua-i ,, Eye
Willie Marlow and sister. Miss Artie.
i Not. Dear Little Ones Louisa
j every woman route. t>ro"i tailing 0 Cutondet Misses Maggie and Clifford Weaver and Finley. Botanic Blood Balm,
who would a\oid I guaranteed
For Leesburg Croom Trilby, Brooks-
Mr. Robert Worthington of this place unnecessary suffering Little HE'Ipt'rix Pupils. lu cure eTYat evorU tad_ {-. *<< eaie,'Tb.'
i TRAIN NO. 39, 3:20: P. M. ,-m.., Tarpon Springs Clearwater. I 1<.parent meiLcme,and t springs(u tiui
attended a birthday tea given in honorof to take especal; I Song "Greet the U..1pt'r"-Primarr a:I cops aU aches and paina. &*we iun ;
'care of herself at this time. Belleair. St. Petersburg Lakeland
I nuirs binod
par rich. completely riuuurtne
Miss Maude Robinson at her fatheYshome. i grades.Independence. I
i Tbe ills which vex so many women at I Tampa and intermediate points. I t!body into I .l heathy e.UI r R R
Saturday. May Miss Maude witness ,! |the change of life are entirely avoided I Day-Edith Chandler. Las cored s Qr Blooit Poison I'I.--

B. L. HALL many such pleasant evenings. I, i or cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite For Leesburg Croom. Trilby Tarpon God Bless the Little Children-Her- .d last i"..

During the political campaign we' Prescription. It makes weak I TRAIN NO. 21, 2:16 A. M. Springs.. Clearwater Belleair. St. Petersburg mia LaRoche. Old Rheumatism. Catarrh. Eeieiusaie
women strong, and enables the weakest I nosed b)a pa fnl O'be
have been pleased to meet J. L. Smoak 1 ,to pass through this trying change with j and intermediate points. The Disobedient Little Kish-Hanna Blood.< B B B 101 Iwmc &SJtU.r-
and Paioi
and J. F. Floyd the latter a candidatefor the tranquility of perfect health. TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25 P. M. For Juliette Gulf Junction Homosas- Mack.Dialogue. fTH'ngi Ac. & ; cures bl
Proprietor. Catarrh- b SIK Er* \ ,
a b ln
the legislature. Friends Mr. Floydis time'I have has been been terv a very hard healthy with woman me" wntea and Mra this I sa and intermediate points. hDreame-rs"--illit Dixon Bler.foul feaeruij *c E.1., 0. StVI A

the man Marion county needs to represent Maggie Morns of Mun-on Station Clearneld: For Juliette High Springs, Live Oak and IJmupston.: p.ltl blood tarplj t afetst pujta.Cancer .
Co Pa. Box n -I am come to the time of I Cured
-- ----- ---- - --- -- _.- her. His platform will convince i change of life and hart beeu sick a great! deal TRAIN NO. 45,10:10 A. M. Dupont. Waj-cross and all points east The Physician-Maude Frederick. Botule Jo Balm cam Cancers cf a:: 1jna
off and on. When Mr Ketnmis rr.o\ed beside I Sj|>7onLi2 SweXanEain Sum, ...
you of that. Mr. Floyd, of course will Tlm
Song. "Do
anH'sL Something'Primarygrades.
I lick bed. and when she
me was in came to see .
I'lcm. It Liii
% / %/\XVV"" 4lV >>%XS Ni' XNX> X X < >- - -- - -- --- the C&W Piaoa ant beaut '
-- have his ideas, and, some. of course me and we were talking cner our 6icLnes Mrs. .
I Hemmis: told me to trv Dr I'erce'sFavonte TRAIN NO. 49. 7:10 A. M. For Juliette Gulf Junction Homosassa or worst caacer perfeitly. If TOO tT" a i> "'
will not favor them. in regard to the Prescription. and 'Golden Medical Ducovery.' A Rainy Day-Lizzie Holmes. Pimple Wart. Svelhag, Shootln*. uo \TORMSvERrIpJcE! a'jo: Pelleu' I rot her to bring me a bott'.e: of anj intermediate points. Uke Blood Balm sad >V;wui d apptar t. r" IL-
no fence issue. Now consider this. each from the drug store aDd I used them Little IIe-Ipt'rs-Slx pupils.A '. develop into l'&!' Many a'pa-; at:' Iw..-a...,s
Trains No. 32:! and :21! Pullman :
carry Sleepers.
) IeIit u2d. my friends. Floyd cannot make a law I Ii They did me a great' deal of good. and'I got I two I Class Recitation-Several pupils. of canoerrcredby tituif Botanic Blooa BA
more bottles of Favonte prescription never
j and it within himself and if uch wonderful Before I Trains No. 39 and 78 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.P. I .
For 20 Years Has Led all Worn Hemtdigs.XSY i&iW pass youurr taw a cure Happiness-John Scott. UI& 4aL'RAF&.k.B.ay
menced your remedies I .&* good for com-I .UI.'tor SI, of ny
nut going to him & O. sail from Port for West: and Havana I .k..aadireried. .. ..
HOLD ALL DEI.: UG.G.Z9"Z'S. support on ac- i wa in such misery I hardly knew what steamers Tampa Key on Awful-Nancy Crooks. (i Ikitiat t fl.U.ti.i U i meHioua

Pr.pared bj-_ -4#. JAMES F. BALLARD, St.ww. d oount of this issue, let ine t and with feel ni\ef.I well! DUW" 1 can do aU my work myself Sundays, Tu..s.J1)S and Thursdays at 11:15: p. m. Song. .'The1'armer and the Seasons" |' not the eared right quantitr Mlwit i.>laton.If irunfvrhea wilt.
your auBejr
""- --- you to carefully read his rsuaJt'1, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are easy !j Advanced grades. I II 1 r"
For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading druggist. Train : connects!' at St. Petersburg with Independent Line! of steamers j "ill _
| tall your attention to where he says I II and pieasant to take. I Dialogue. \Vho am de Mudder"-Jacob -' .at artamgdt.Botanic .(AJL.i J. i 4.e
_ __ __ J I -- ._-- ------- -- for Tampa and Manatee river points. 'I I -------
that it w ill not be compulsory wherever
| I Quarterman and Ernest Rush.A mo Car For full. complete and reliable information regarding rates, through car I Pfra.arii ant ltrJta9 y
i it is not wanted. Now, I speak of this Drill. Free :Uo\'t'mt'nts-Primar ConiKsl at Pure .Tln IJ" Strerfihe tweak

i! it seems to be Floyd's stumb- FIFTEEN CENT AND TWENTY arrangements sleeper reservations! etc.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line grades. kidnrrs .Tkl ."I ina.IniIDI t dqspsEt"Eptete ,
directioat' hottit
agent or
hug bluck but kick it from his path. Recitation-Essie Xorwood.Wh..n nnnif Flood Bum (1.,11... .,;. I"C'

send him to Tallahassee heading the TEN CENTS. AT THE BOSTON T. C. WHITE. Division Past'ngergent., Mamma Was a Little Girl"- I Uxxib.e..a..k'an>l laue. as'esl W ,nw.ti'.L, an10 a .5".
il k !
ticket and s..t.if he will not in plain STORE. H. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager, "-. J. CRAIG General Pass. Agent Winnie Casminski. Sold by AntiMonopoly Drugstore t I. ,Uame
The System eontiniuliy wronged by oveMatlng and over-drlnkinj < nords make you happy' in the end. It Ij Wilmington. Nurth Carolina. Song, "Wildwood Flowers"-Primary I

and the debilitated condition aggravated by dosing is a pleasure just to see Floyd. for -- ---j grades. 'ts the ducks at the gate trying to

I there is a smile of sunshine wherever When Pa Begins t' Shave Plumer and he
with harsh nauseous drugs and medicines 1 get .out trying to get in tio
I he goes. Xow, I. myself would vote Southern to
Georgia I Bell.What guessing.
fur Floyd a thousand times if I could Became of a Lie-Sara Shade.
TIle ezeeuire! and tndUcrimliuW uof dumen. Headachei. Dlzilnen.! Constipation. I Florida East Coast Ry.LOCALTIMECARDNo.53. Call at T. Randolph's forool
me eondemned. The food you eat. U vroierlydlcesied. k llow anil rllowiah roujtb aDd iu.-hy.: luka I soul and backbone" and on May 10 I I drinks. ice cream, etc.. next lu W i'
Song Chorus"Advaneedgrades.
u all the tomo yoa need. I or 3 I LALlt'UKSJ.l'Rl'S WAFfcKSafter "Medley

Only common seote U needwl The food be i*>rfortniDif meoK: arid lu ia vroi a short t'r function time your driving liver will the head the tuket with Hon. J. B. Floyd "Suwanee River Route." i iI In Effect Feb. 16,1904.SOUTI43OU'iDREA I Parkers r'staurant

must be dUtsted and the bowmust! not ba bile from th.* \.tem. Vie nothing but CALIrXIKXIX for representath He is going to see I -. -- --- -I I Dolly's Birthday-Fanny Joiner- I We are sure to hunt you up tom -
allowed Preserve health by
to clog. your : I'KUXB WAFERS-HO Other DO"' NORTHBOUND-READ. UP.
)leUIItini thev: e cooJiuons.ConitlpatloQ medicine is Dccessury.CAUFOnXIA ; you. and when you see him coming I I 1IIX;" Fiy.-rQuick:o t..p i =- -- -- I Jakie O. Water Melon Pickle Evelyn row Monday and Tuesday II. your

.surely lead to !nJit stion. bil'T: PRT.NEWAFKRS.It!: tak n I just holler and say. "Floyd, I'n'ot... for I .... I No. 23: |' '0.89 Nj. 35. o'N:: J. 23 No.281! No.98 No. 71 ', No.74 I No.28I :, Keeler. Star accounts.
ouieu. etc. and these conditions whrnDeflected Lv.l'alaka" : STA TlOttS
aflect the condition of the blood.I' diivcted. .i.l\ positively cure the most obu- i you; and a hearty 'touch: flesh.:" S so p m 1I: a in .Dally. I' JJIy. JI.lIi) I I. 1 : it.\!. I l'aty.! II.I.T b.ay.: 1I..t11.11I&111. j i A Boy's Sister-Arthur Jackson.
nat eu (>4tj( Inditfestion.Torpid Liver.C'onstlliiljousucss Lv. Jsek"t.nviIle j :'1 I' UI j ;, a DIr. .J. W. Howard the swift barber and
Atblltuie it ..
the rendering sMscrptibleto .
Bjitrm. a-l .... :
serious ailmenu.. and leai abie to pmun.: etc., io us to stay cured. .\ Valdosta Ill" p m1 11''Ii' lJ nAr .... i ; > III., .i.v. J'KS<'"v.'r 6va lit.-a 739u| j Song, "The King of Day"-Advanced
more .
: S lJ I I" a J.I. .uv.e Lv .:I OS.SUOai :ia TSJl623H,].. ..._ smooth shaver has now opened shop
rulat iucn attack CALIFOKXLV PRUNE WAFERS do the DREADFUL ATTACK OFWHOOPING L .12 ::1:1: I' ........I B :5 I' 1 :: p 11 I !5a 6 wa. '1. \li'UStlDt! \ I 7 Ma | I I grades.
It your stomach ta. ben abused by over- work without the slightest 1 rain' rnpe or Curdt-lt'. I :; a III I I Is P ms. .... sir 11 .a ... il8CthIC..6. 4Sa 33 tl.. opposite Liddon's stables, and Mill give
Mtlnc. weakened by drugs or kickness youwon't naU'>l'1L Tiiey roduce natural and ea ricoienient I COUGHMrs. \ AWf'rll'u"4. Ley.. I '; M a 01,I Ir. S IJ3 I' nAr. .... i :: :: I' act :: :: ;j" w a E. 1'a atka. 8f.5ahSZ25 I, lltj ........ I Her l'apa-Mary Busbie.The you first class work at regular prices
have to voy eaiini nor diet toursrK. ot the bowtls are easy to Uke C"luwbu, .. 1 :!'i 111'' ;,1\: DI 74p..
.1 I' I' == Afternoon
All you need U' sometbmi! tbat *ill aid the pure and althfuL: I Ar. .otgnm..ry ..1 j lid .- l35. 2l.l1t. U &aAr .I'a.atla Lv..I| 6ta Uhf i.. I Nap-Ethel Totnp- ministers at cut rates, viz: shave. lUc ,
stomach In itx' functions and relieve it from II I' 01 H: ,' l H4-iU. | 1I1IIL\.I.alatla.\r.........I, 1lo1ilf> 6p! ....... kins.
They are Xiture's own remedy better than Ellen Harli.son of 200 Park St.. ".LA F. KY. I
: hair
beln irritated b unduesied tout!. -- --- -- -- cut and shave 25c. Open from
Tbe*purest constantly aod iimpiesi -mnlt) for tbl' ,Iir- pill or iur. betli-r than cathartic! tfaa that : Kansas Ar. Mansit! .. ..I. S I 40 Am'' 4 11.t p DIGFlle,1 ........, I 7 :jll l 7 :: ..\ ir'sMaLv: i.. ..... :...'.... I SVIt.. ......... Daniel's Introduction to Miss
Mo., writes follows .
'....elatbeAL1t'OU\U 1'UL'XE WAFE1S.gri: movinir and the tuuxu'.ibetur bowels' tx-c-ause than CALIKoUXIA1'KL'N'K. anvthmir for |, City. as : Auu-ta t a. a.Ar. ...1 I i ba'pm !1.:1 : lHo"al !lIIIIIIL\'t'I\I >'.I..Arl'1Uia| :: 7UII 7151 p) .. ....... I Inc 6:30 a m. until 8:30: p. m.: Saturdays,
-----1- = Steamer-Lee R. !
fruit a natural a 't'neralIILX.1t1Y disolveut made and from bcrtcnerot the pure fresh the : : \VAKElt> are a lUlurai liiiieKentunJ j "Our two children had a sever attack of COYG.R.a. I ; 2.a ........' .... ... .. :: i3i ... Lv..eora.Lv.........I---........ t38p-I-l-; ....... ........ Hampton. I open until 11:30: p. m live him a trial.
stomach-no other medicine is nrcccssary.When pot a l14r.". acting etntly &ud catunll | whooping cough. one of them in the .',Atlanta. j ;'.:) I D11 ; 4ilprn ........ ... ] 1 ;l 11" ... j'....Bt.nues..3: ...... ........ Song Come Rise With the Lrk"Ad'auc'd -
on the coou'Dts of the bo .vl l producmi; easy \r. C..lum"u ; us a in' ........I J 1 Up ,I ....Dupont. .... ... ... ......... 15 .... ........ I Mrs. P. Parker is very' siI
you are bilious. It Is a sign that vour moifint-Dt. They reflate tbe liver and I paroxysm of coughing would often faint Ar.lSlrmlntl1aol: 12 20Ar. m: ....... in:11' 3 '5p' JIji'I'l' <47a'' .Orniood....,. 2 24 a1, 6 llla } 47 t:31. ........ I grades.
liver II out of order. and the |*>is<>iit>us 111J st cU-acae the system and purify tbe M-inphi s u.'i I' .
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D'I liTpllUMa; 4U a .
Call the Mack
and :11HI ; 311 t1l1' at House for
bleed at the We tried comfortable
Instead of being en-reteit, from th.- body bl..el Troubles. JUd Breath | nose. everything s. I.. sT. I.. ..... : 3131'1[ 1 .J'! '. ;.bayiona..s.. 21hj'.. ... .. s ;. r... .........
the Intestines.taken ui in the biood.A Had: HloutL: Wind on the Momarb. Foul Muutn.Headaehr llIri..ttll .... It 1110 ml ii 101 m .... ..' 1. The Great Easter Show and board
Uroiwh we heard of without getting relief. I' .... I. .a 3i3 | C :5pl 11 2'J' a' .S; w lIIp'IO... l'h ISO a's'ltli 3 CI sup........ lodging at reasonable -
a rewtt (if blhouNness tin- entire s>stem implrs and Ui2zine,s. A liT ff I.\r. C.attansgs: : 11"-"' p m: III 5:111: m ...... ... _.. i ::: ..t..oak: tfni.... ...... : t: .... ... ........
suflen. There are gruiiM: pain! in the AD- l jujrrn .\"t*" i UtjiJtjry. Imi U'afers 25& We then culled in our family do<--- );abvllI. ti5 P in :J 13 I' IUtLL ...... IH'i 12Tp 3 tI"1] I 12 CJpl: ...Titusvllle.! .... 12 2V a 2 CI I 3C3pU ........ Ocala's greatest Easter exhibition of I rates. West Broadway.

I' tor who and C5T.h.R. '; ::1: ph. ....".. ...... : rp't ': .....Cocoa...... ...... ... K3IKp ..... ........ the latest creation in Ladies' Misses'
prescr'bed Foley's Honey A r. !'>t. Louis 1\ :;:! a mr. ..... 5 Ci ..... ... .. Cards the
I' I" t :: J. :: J p R ckleriife. 2 3i' .. .... j are out announcing mal'I -
Ttr. With the very first dos. they begun \ Chicaito: .. 11 2" am. .. ........ ..... I 5S3 |i' \il" 1211'.f, Eau Gal!!.... 1111'p.......... .i? :? I p : 1 ......... and Hats of every description -
Prune Wafers L. & S, R.II. I ........ '..... 5 iil tPI'i 13:1': Me'l"n..rne... '........ 1213p i Ito p.. ....... ChiJrt'n's j rlage of Lucius L. Douglass to Miss
California : to improve and we feel that it has Ar. Iiuisville! 2! 30 a Dt I.u: }> inAr. ...... ........ 5 Ii .. ...>eta-tian.... .l1C21.j'........ 11 SO *........ ..... and Ocala's greatest and largest Pauline V. Clark, at Luke.
i Orange
Cincinnati ; 'U a nil 12 liDI ........ 6131'1... ...->>'. Lu' is.... .... ... 104U, ... ........ saved their lives. Refuse substitutes. I c.&e.I.a.a. \ 9 ; ......... 'Ii., 7C31'., 2t51'' .. Ft. Pierce... I :l II I.1.2 SO a. 104'ia) 12 Cl ... selection of Flowers Foliage Chiffons',' j Thursday April 7, at 10 in.
Sold\ by the Postoffice Drugstore. \ Cblcag" va 420pm ........ ... I .....j 6:31'1' '.... .TiliSaU,.... a'p........ 3') IS aJ8 ....... .... Veilings, Ribbons Mourning Goods' a t
Extracted from the Fruit, Sweet and Pure, Easy to Take and Warranted to Cur ml ...... ....... ,,- ..... ... F.':' n._.... 3iS |. ........ III Hili., ...... ... I :.J I.Ji
_.... ....... ........ C !< .... ..Jr. n ..... a tll' ........ III Ot a....... ... Bridal Veiling, etc., will commenceI i .1..ny Hold has bought Ini.haf
OKLAWAHAMiss Slid from .1iick.nnll. Macon ....... ....... ...... 75JP. .......1... Muart. 8 :: p'........ IIfOa' ...p......... I I interest in the famous Jones m.trkctHe
BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION, INDIGESTION AND TrlllOs from I'allltlill t'Onn"ct at Valdt with .... .. .. I....... :-:31"' ... ... H.>. e >"urd. SKI ..... 1I a':' ...... ..... I Thursday the :24th inst. You are cor- .
i ;,traln4 !!"Int: north from J.1'k".onll. .. .... : ... : t3: p .. \\to.tJIJ'Itl'r) 7 45 i .. lua8SSa ... I I dially invited to call and inspect the,'I! also runs a first class gioicrv tnd
ALL LIVER TROUBLES I Mattie Marshall who has been i LocalI.iier: "n DIXI tl.r tralll fur Maein. I40a' 0 hi 2 Cl 1 K3p, i : I'IW I'i.: Beach :TlJiiHSJpe j It) 4i: 'i ee'i6C3 I
market Tucker Hill also
r"ollllnlll In .1"II'.t uo'11 ji1:: a m I 2.5 I'' 8 a;, ti I U: p 31:1.1 t HJ p'" Palm lI adt.. 7Chj1Q2 11 II 2i II IH51. > | largest and prettiest line of Hats and'High : on : will cur-
I holding a position at Eustis, Flo.. returned I'ullman! lSuIT..t 1"t'plll 1 are fmul Jal'k"Hn lOCiaI'l ,....... I "' 33j.i .... ...H..vnton_ ::?'i'l.} .... 'j Sh .... 527p : I { hogs and cows.
51114' tot L"ul.'ill ahoy.. nut.- aithoutehang '. HaJO ..... ... 933.1.: ...... I'.lr..y. ... 5 t7i' .".... 7 ....... Blip I Art Millinery Goods ever shon 'has\ your
100 WAFERS 25 CENTS home Saturday.School IIf cars IIn ItIXI" Fiyer trill, a!""., I'ull- lil'' .... '' :: :' .. .. Ft Lauderdale Lipi| .... 25a.. ..... i3511112a' > in Ocala. Today is Good Friday. Si ser
closes at Weir Park Friday. Dlan's fin.t ..:....I rs..n ..a':! t' train to Chicago: ...i 'I :, i1p.. Hallan s'I' .. tUi' ". C 2 'a. ...... 17p I I"
wilh"ut chllIltt.r > 11 32 a1' 111:7 p: Lenu-n City. i 13 |. ..... 5.8 ...... .367U''II Broadway Millinery Store ,.I'E-1 are being t.tI in mal: ..f ourcity
Y,. tan eat vhit you f.'eiit j if you follow: earn meal with a CALlFORSLPRco.'E Little Tommie Cason of Weir Parkis : sch..dul. ,,"uthlJound and other Int..r.1 5')al Il : 1li' 6t3\r( .Miami IT 4 101'1 'It:1' 6f1<. a._ 8Oa. I 0I )
WAFER. wnich quickly dissolves: th-most iadiestib. fo.J ana lt-js to carr it through andkl matlon.add ts4 churches.
ol lit*1}1i0.:1I1111.: geauc*ud hM.UiI.ul uiautr. wiiUoul the bli 1'.1" TrtiEi do nut ktup at itatins tare time Is not iliown. I Rt. Rf\'. Bishop J. A. Handy. D. D.I .,,
'4'ng"r1'111. 210 t\ Bay stnetOrC
I Flounce and Rosa Bush visited I
ANTI.MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, Ocala Fla., J. W. CASTEL Propriet.r. :o<...Ck"IIillc..FIA I of the A. :. .:. church and his wife HEALTH IS YOUTH
Mrs. C. W. Quick at Candler Mon B ImflE
Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. I
1E'n..rztl Pa""ngl'rg..nt.. J j reached their home at Baltimore, Md.,

day. ----- I JACKSONVILLE ''fio. : '! 3l* ... 89t'No. TP I but found their son seriously ill. Disease and Sickness
No. No. They
--- 1JNo. t r No. 27t 35r 43', 1 ; ; ,No 93+ Bring Old Age
Mrs. A. Y. Young is quite sick with TO ST. AUGUSTINE 1)slIy' liat:) j liaU y I !>*.y! !IL'NI ilL... \ IM.y D.ilj _IL IILv.J&4hon"U'f' I have the prayers of the brethren.
measles. Herbine taken every morning oefonbreakfast
.. I T 1 j 0')) a! l'') !fl a II Hp 1301230pl| HOpi 80S ]' 82Sp 93S925p103 ,
Mrs. Vaulkman and daughter Louisa USE TMYLOR'SRemedy ST.-: 1' .lIIu.l1n. 6 U .| U u a! 11 : I s_ lljp; 2 30 i' 330pl..OOp915| p!_ (p I The handsomest line o* juflets china will keep you in robust

at'' closets, dining room "nalrs and ta.. health fit you to ward off disease
the of
were guests Mrs. DeLong (
fi N I '
IT. AUGUSTINE ::11I0.2&+'No. 82+ 11I0. 93r 3S..No.... 6'No.. 3OfN.. 7&iNo. 74'
You Can Be Cured. t t'andlcr and i of Sweet I bles, chairs, reception chairs cures constipation, 'spep-
Sunday: Monday. j' Gtm and TO JACKSONVILLE J j13.117_i 11.1:1 : D&1.1 : iui.y. 11..... Daily Dail/ jbaily rocking ,'I bi'
Miss Rosa Bush. who has been visiting ets., that this portion of the state has I ala fever skin liver and kidm- on..
.Mullen for Coughs Colds Lv. t. Augnit :!;:: ; 0) ,I_ 5) a 7 80 a:m.I:! 1141) a mp'' 450p 6 10 p 6 20 p 640Li' '
No.11 Cedar Terrace, relatives in Palmetto for the past i| Ja.iksonvte..1;: 0 W I 8 LO I_8 U &l2lOjl24Op I IOj 55Op1 710 I" 730 I'\_ 740) ever seen just received by Mclver &: plaints. I purifies the blood tnd

HOT SPBi.Nus, ABC., April 28, 190& two months, was called home last t j LaGrippe. Nature's Great jacKay. II clears the comlexlul Mrs. D W
married found that and II
When I first I strength
health were gradually diminishing. I became nervous 'Fi'., jj Thursday by the serious illness of her Remedy for all Throat and The Following Are Through Pullman Trains: Eight convicts were carried southyesterday Smith Whitney Texas, writes April

and irritable, and was in bed a week and sometimes ten .: .... I' I '.. other.WonJer. I EASTERN TRAINS I WESTERN TRAINS a | 3, 1302: "I have used Herbin- and mm
day fat every month and had intense bearing U.iu I-.ins. .,# ... : Troubles. .1._87 cud 'I-S*.. york sad Florida Sp! Ul '|'I ."io. 15 and 16-Cbklljlo.t Florida SpecialNo. to the camps. One was white
My husband had the best phys.ici.iu f,>r '-'''11.11.11 \' ., (.tfI) why our young merchant, Lung Thoronghiy 81 and 32-.ouih.rn's Palm L'mlted rNo. 93 and rhirazoand F.orlda LlmiMdll it the best medicine for CiiIi'-I I.tth.1!
his medicair for nearly four months but I gradually grew ro f.orM .. .. 41 and WrdPlordaLlmlml | +No. 27 and 80-The Florida Lint td I and one was a woman. All, save one,,
!. haJ leu strength and anally, 1 was unable to leave \\rQ_lit ..- looks so pleased. It is because a cer-1 i tested for 30 years. 25c. able-txidied and liver troubles. I dOs .11 ,'ut**
bed at all. The*" tra m a-e oompo c l iauiiTe'y: of Pnl'man Cars a d ez'ra fat fare will be caar( i.coacnej were young people, whoseprospects :
my A friend who was calling on me brought mo a bottle cf ia hr.roliM lain little girl has come home. j 50c., and $ i. For Sale by ___+1)).l operated on tan:: t alas on whKh uo extra o-seat fart \I cUa'ged. could have been bright. claim for it. I can highly rt" mnmend
Wine of Carduiand .11.150' loud ID ili praise tail I told i it. 50c. a bottle. Sold by the Ann-
her that I wollld take it to please her.I .
.a'< surpriM-d and pleased that before I had used the bottle I really felt A DANDY FOR BURNS Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE CITY BBANCH. -Call and see the all round buster,, I Monopoly Drugstore.

better so I kept on UolDjC it. Eight j ; I I No.12 No3 ho. 1 No. 2 No.4 W. M. Gordon. Clothes _
bottles brought back my lost health :; Em J D tATOXJ. I'&lly ,_ ..TATIOaa. I_ D..iI, tailyT ct'aned. pressed .
tt2 t2 I Da1y batly
and fctreDgtb,and I bay. not tad a ( J.. Dr. Bergm, Tana. Ills.. writes: "Ihave I dyed, etc. Terms! reasonable. Perfect -
liCit day la six luoutha. rjTamAScaaa 1 () .:t,......... TltunHIe .........Ar 12-p t : pi! ]010a'Lv .:0. mrDa..Ar'' I 51D1 110 pIII
AnoaEUa' SOClrTT.WINE4CftIDW used Ballard's Snow Liniment; I I L1'.......... O.'eei' ........,Ar I II I 21 set;4: 11 21. J.v Lake lisle Arl! l1p, I :3 p satisfaction. Sjncer block. .1 On D
ST. ......... .. .........Ar JI lOa I I'p, 118-'& Lv Orange elty..1r, 1 Op1 II U pC I Cal
i! always recommended it to my friends, JOB 80 .Ar.......... 8a.f..rd ...__.....Lv lu ((4 5 :''''1 11 43Ar. .Or.L'UT Jc. .Lv, IHp, 5 35 P Rev. J. D. Cummings, pastor of the itto

i I as I am confident there is no bettermade. ,, = I Leesburg (church passed through this
.a.19 I. 0.17' I No.18 I I No 20
It is for
a dandy burns. Those YPORT city yesterday.L. .
I landayt' D&11yI Daily. 'Sunday REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
n ho live on farms are especially liable 'II!', BR.LNCZ. I ,I only .
Green the lightning shaver.

to many; accidental cuts burns. brulsf's. n It I 'tSl.t, ...........................;&.is. '.:;' .... ........................Lr 5 3Q t Cp and his shave and Cal I F. W. Ditto, Room 12 Merchants'
; which heal rapidly when Ballard's 11/151 4 31"L' ........ .. .........._. .s.a..lln'I.t................... .. ... L' II 2"1 a, 'Up| try hair cut and you I Block, Ocala Fla.
Mr. Finnrgan: had little hop of relief because she knew that every 11")1 5UI.b...................... .. ..PatJ. 3.kt. _. .................... bJ 7 L'i a, 3 :39 j wi always come. Shave, 10c.; haircut .
time the had the uf 1Ut'.truallmfft'rul attuLttt i'annq Snow Liniment is applied.. It should 1l 45 1 S2).t' ._.........................! I:, :....... ............ Le 'it.', SUp
ejiells Quick i:2 Om S .u ........ ......._.... ...'". ..!pvn... ... .......... ...._..._...L' .IJ aj 3 COp \, :2ac.: honing razor. :!:c; concave For lots to build on, from 21 1" to $r>UU
d. o paiiw she w I razor, 75c. All work first class. No houses to live in from IT.: t<> tl'iim!
more F-vere. emergency." :!5c.. 50o. and $I a bot- i PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
I long delays; two chairs. Next door to Some of these go fur cash But Mrs. Finnt' an was cured by Wine of TarJui.: She i is now so | tie. Sold by the AntiMonopoly Drug- Clean .
well there few would I the ii.altakhe % Alberstine Smith, on West on easy terms. I warrant all titles.
that are women who not *' rl.iiI' to lalt': "'ture. I CLOSE CONNECTION. MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. A 0. S. S. COMPANY FOR Broadway.
ha.nJ who has tho Jn-aJe down aini
any woniau e bearing
can have the same relief. i HAVANA, KEY \VEST AND NASSAU.Ti.e Will Glass! made a flying trip to

You can be five from menstrual irregularities if you take this wire i FELLOWSHIPMr. I Hawthornyesterday..

vegetable wine. Whdon't you take it wh.-n you MHJ what: it hn: dona Correct, ,... TIme T"b.-. Show! th tlm'1 at wiia* nay 1,. enecteil to a-nve and depart
for others? Secure a\>ottle oi Wine of Cardui: i today. I trim the 8.'a'! 'f tlo's.! bu' tie1t a'rtval .-pBrture'til"; ,mn atated i- a.'t sruaranteed. oal and tnjo'oursplf at the Red LALEXANEIPractical
and Mrs. L. D. Beck called on nor d..... the Cooipany hula lt'eif rtt >nsib! fo: any de.ay or any .-',ns uence a1.Dg: tbertf.oui. Cross Pharmacy's fount. Cool drinksof
Your druggist has 11.00 bottee.C Mr. Wilson and family last Sunday.N. Ail Kinds I all
etc. Prescriptions! carefully

Waldron and wife went over to i'u Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information ( d. West Broad way.
the flat woods last Friday. Right AND.
_. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." Promises arelike
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--i The rain Sunday night was a wel- Cartful estimates mate on all) 'Contract

> 'ine guest to the farmers.Mr. I. D. RAHNER' Asst. Gen. Paw. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, FUeI broken. 1ork Giv"s more and better work for

isisisisisiii u .i i sill Cummings and Mr. C. P. Hay- THE STAROCALA I I .Fine roe shad (','er other day at town.I.the .mmlthan any other man in

>'r.tftt'nt to Ocala last Saturday. Tompkins' Mall No. 10, city market I

: : FLA. I I Miss Nancy Morton who was seriously I

SEABOARD SAVES TWO FROM DEATH FRESH MEATS HND CAME hurt by the train some time ago. I A. Colyer Bros. > .

S a \\'e keep <>n hand a full ime of the best Beef, Poik Mutton 1 and is decidedly better. .
"Our little daughter had almost
an WE WILL SELL Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. Keep. in memory the Zion 1 E Merchant Tailors,
AIR LINE RAILWAY t.ttal attack; of whooping cough and
: : Caretul attention to orders and quick delivery made. church bazaar.
bronchitis. writes Mrs. W. K. Havi- Colonist tickets Have in stock one of the finest assortments .

a FOR S land of Armonk. N. Y.. but when all NIA. to CALIFOR. : CITY MARKET W. L. JONES, Proprietor. P.ev. E W. Isaac. D. D.. of Nashville of suitings for holiday suit

f OREGON WASHING- will in the state next Tuesday,
; other remedies failed we saved her life I : b en I ever presented to Ocala public
and the
Savannah Columbia Camden Southern PIne i for the Baptist State Convention
ssith Dr. Kings New Discovery. Oudniece. routE Style and fit guaranteed. Clea4Ig.
: Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore !I I II who had Consumption In an adI NORTHWESTCHEAP which meets in Tampa. dyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall

Philadelphia. New York. I vancei stage also used this wond-r- Don't forget the church conference at and winter suitings to your liking.

a a ''ful medicine and today she is perfrctly AN OPPORTUNITY Mt Moriah Baptist church tonIght Best suits for the money in town. Inspection .

5 TWO ELEGANT TRAINS I DAILY. 5 well." Desperate throat and Let every member b present. By order solicited. No. 3, North Main

| lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New of the deacons'!' t.rd St. two doors north of Ocala
During March and April. Our Iu.
: Seaboard Express Discovery as to no other medicine on i I
route takes you through ST.

: Seaboard_ Mail\ : :, earth.."Anti-Monopoly.",'. and Infallible$1 bottles Drugstore.for guaranteed Coughs Trial and bthe .,,II CITY.ORADO LOUIS KANSAS and SALT CITY LAKE COL. From roaren 1st! to Rpril 30, 1904 just received Bro.lwa Just from) ReceivedThe Millinery the millinery Store center has- In the Circuit Circuit Court of Florida of the, in Fifth and Judicial for-

i :;it's frl't' another of Marion County, In Chancery.
: HODERN PULLHAN EQUIPMENT. : shipment creaton'slt-
t-st in Walking and Ready-to-Wear Thomas Graham Complainant, vs.

a a I THE SCENIC LINE :i, Special low Rates to f Hats for ladies and misses. Everybodyis Annie Graham. DefendantIt

ONLY LINE OPERATING S j EMBROIDERIES talking about our pretty Ready-to- is hereby ordered that the defendant

| FOR FIVE CENTS PER YARD OF THE WORLD." Wear Hats. You should see herein named, Annie Gram b .

: Dally Through Sleepers from Jaci
to the bill of complaint in this cause
ville to New Orleans. : Make your arrangements now.I. Miss Marie Dempson. who was very )
a on or before Monday, the tod day oft.'
sick at the home of Mrs.
1- via. the Southern Pacific Laura Curry,
S 1i May. A. D. 1904.It .
For fall information ind Sleeper! Reservations call j FOR SALE-Forty acres of good is a litt" better.
on any
REHLANDER t is further ordered that a copy of
a Seaboard, or writeS melon: land; 36 acres cleared! but not II -Fr'sh1Iater bream and trout, salt
I Quickest Route this order published once a week
fenced; has been out cf use for several Traveling Passenger Agent I; water trout, sheephead and b
A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, bass and for eight consecutive weeks i the
I years and is in the very best con salt cured
a mullet and fresh
Jacksonville, Fla. a dition for MISSOURI PACIFIC i J. F. VAN RENSSALAER oysters at Ocala Star.
growing melons; one mile Jake Thomas
8. C. BOYLfiTjN JR.. P&wenger Agent Jacksonville. Fla. 5lIlIiIi market Done this the 13th day of February
Summerfield being the ne of sw .
isis ISIS .. .1.. .. j: quarter of sec 13, tp. 17, r. 22. Address RAILWAY R. O. BEAN, T. P. A. CentralJAgcnt! Some of our young men h.t' been In X D. 1904. S T. Sistrunk.T. .
C the habit of getting in home about 3 E. Biggs. Clerk Circuit Court.

I'' I Jacob Short Paola, Fla I It CHATTANOOGA, TENN. : G. W. Ely, T. P. A. 13 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga: o'clock i the morning, and generally Complainant Sct.V.


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Ocala Evening Star Friday, April I J904.

I TO GiVEAWAY Easter, Oxfords and Sandals

crack company of the Florida Washington, March 31.-Partly cloud Edward Holder and wife. Dunnellon -

state troops, the Ih'al.i! Rifles were inspected ; tonight and Saturday. ; Mrs A. E. Willard. Homosassa: : T. j a3SSSSBg? It... .7.-- _' _: ,,,!J-:: _.::.. <;.>o _
desirable lots I Ito 1
"'ra)', the tuner. I Is at Weihe's; store. I List night at the armory by Adjutant Twenty-five building 111. Long Holder; Mrs. B. P. Kelly, j jBishopville

General. Clifford R. Foster:'UttlloiJ1t EASTER EXERCISESThe be given away. See B. H. Seymour, S. C.; Mrs. W. B. Johnson, I afeagaBMERRIAM'S
'I No. "_:3.
Colonel Norvell of the t*. S. phone city. John Johnson Helen Johnson Valdosta -
Baseball goals at the Ocala: News SHOES i
Co. I army / It is hardly necessary to state Epworth League will render an I : L.V.. McLane. VirginiaV.: H. = ::

that :Mie company passed inspectionwith Easter: program in the M. E. church SILVER TEA Danirls, St. Louis; W. H. Palmer! :::r. ._
I -
flying (..lids, and won the merited I Monday evening at b o'clock. There Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. L. S. B..I-I! j
Mr. itoring of line was on our streets The ladies of the Episcopal church For Misses Children and Boys St
\\ill be choice music, recitations and ;
| praise of the officers who cundurted'ttte fi..lIi s linen B. CUrkson. Miss FI| ,

today. i inspection. Col. Norvell. in--ron- I readings. Members of all churches will give a silver tea at the golf IMflrld.! Philadelphia: L. M. Carpenter i
fixation with, <(
See our dinner sets at JC.75.' ;; OcalaNess showing be announced later.T. from 3 to C u ck* k. Plantation songs; '
I company made the .will I S. D. Winn. Richmond: John | c=:> Si CARMEN N TIES"One

: Company. of any company he had inspected, I with banjo accompaniment a table Pill Jacksonville: F. U Lord. Atlanta. |I CDCO 09"GO

j aETlhTs is saying a gJ't'atdeaL- as most especially: for the little ones and a golf Miss E. F. flag Massachusetts: H. A. j Strap :Sandal . . . . . . .. . . . .:Sc. to J1.50

You can get hot steaks, eggs, coffee, of the companies have been visited andexamined. I I contest will furnish entertainment: for Thompson and wife, Texas: Mrs. X. L. i = Three Strap Sandals. . . . . . ... .. .. .. . .$1 to JI.75 ...-......
etc, at Dame's.The all. will QI
{ Conveyances be provided to
Thp distinguished Leman. Louisville! Ky.: E. L. Hulm
and from the grounds at the low fare I I Three Strap Pat Leather . .. .. . .. .. ... . . .. . .Jl to $. cg
I :tl*> looked" over the armory and equipments Jacksonville: Mrs. L. L. Lewis. Sullivan CDCD:

I most elegant display of candyin : and found everything. in first of 10 cents E'a'ha)'. In,].: I>. C. Heath. Boston: W. W. The New Style Slipper for :Misses. .. .. .. .. . .. ".. .. .$1.:; to $!.5i1

town at Lame's. I class order. ""j > W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler'a Attrrburg. Boston. J. F. Hutto. Xew- 0'" Blucher Oxfords for Girls and Boys.$1 to $3 w a
I Jandy. Fresh Shipments Received I
rTtw following,>re the !'I1CE'rs10 no Weekly.Mr. NEW OPERA HOUSE MEETINGA btrryV.: \\'. Gardner. Wol!. Atlanta i n- Ladies Hand Turned Oxfords and San dais in all styles.White '
Mr. S. S. of l 03CO
Savage Cornell ; in
was werein, line under command of G. A. Crocker. Boston D. G. :
Capt. : : C,
> for Ladies
i Canvas Oxfords, and Chltdr..n.$1 to $1.50
the city this afternoon.Any Geo. A. Nash: Second lieutenant, John J. B. Conrad of Glenwood, Volu- meeting of those interested in the Mackeathan. A. H. West. T. II. IrvineC. i :::r QIi

-' M. Graham; first sergeant. Wm. T. Gary sia county, grand master of the Odd I building of a new opera house will beheld c. Riddle, Jacksonville! : W. F. Buch- 1I i == =
kind of lunch, hot or cold, quickly the 6th of at 1 0-
: Hfcond sergeant Joseph II. Bell: this Wednesday, April annan Xt.York: M. P. Mickler.Eifooksville ,
Fellows, arrived in the city
served at Dame's. third sergeant Will Dunn; fourth ser noon and will meet with the ,].aft..r-I" the Central National Bank at 3 p. m. : W. J. upturn., Boston. X

I geant. L. Mallard; fifth sergeant Ed lows tomorrow night at their E. O. Black Philadelphia: J. II. Don ; RHEINAUER & CO.
11'.1XTFir--A: haul
good teamster tit
'l Pittman: corju-rals DorsP). Dolson, full attendance !is desired aldson. Cincinnati. 0i
logs. Apply to W. J. Lohrig.
i Dltton and spencer, and forty piivates.I ---- I

I I hospital corps, under command I ;. received a fresh supply of Huy- CALLED OFF I .- .:, -. .: te: '.'. ', -:' ... .. - ; -: ,- _.: :. _-=--- --'::---:- = _:-' :-_' ------:. -

Dr Carswell of Staike was among for!: Sergeant Carlisle were in evidence.I I ler's candies among them some very I

th.- \"islliujIasuns last night. I were complimented by the gen- I TWENTY desirable Easter novelties. Owing to the fact that the Masons[ i
CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR Onyx Hosiery best earth
i tlemen in command. will occupy the hall tonight there will on
When in doubt smoke the Milo Deyo TEN CENTS, AT THE BOSTON I
F pus-session be no Odd Ft-llows meeting. By orderof i

In.; cigar. All principal dealers. I I SEWING MACHINES STORE.Mr. 'I of the Hurt Redding place, T. I>. Bryan. X. G. !,

I I which he recently purchased. Mr. and I II I
'I Don't buy a new machine until you
Mho HaltlpIIAl1islf'r of ReddkkUiiie.l I Mis. Chambers compelledt
and tried the
ih i. ii Moniezuma today. dismount their household goods! an?
:i New Home, for I I
:1 they are strictly up-to- an.11Irs. Gegner of'
'- --- them to the Montezuma, wherethey MILLINERY *[
date and guaranteed to please you in if move "For tn years I had chroiiir br-in-
The most line of toilet\ articles in the city today. Mr. leaner: is actively -
complete 'I
home to their frkndrNew
For sale the Ocala are < hills so bad that at times I could! !lulSl..k
every particular. by .
j engaged supplying ties for the
: in the city at Tydingj & Co. alcove a whisp..rHil..s Irs.J..s"l.h .
Furniture tf. .
Company. railroad, and! !is a most \\liolt--souled.! I .
I Line of
I Coffman of Montmoreiici. Ind.
C.iptam Snow, who has had a severe|I I genial man. i "I tried all remedies available, but with .
1ti Annie Untuning: the Woman'sHome ; REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER,
tiiu-k of the grip, I is out again. I
Mission delegate from Lakeland, I DENSMORE, HAMMOND no success. Fortunately my employer

returned to her home today. Miss suggested that I try Foley's Honey and
All kinds of baseball goods for all I TYPEWRITERSJust
Browning is a't'r)' intelligent young I CALL Q N DITTOREAL Tar. Its E'ffpct'as almost miraculous
kinds of players at the Ocala News Co.ldlr. ]I i Received at-
i lady and an enthusiastic temperance j and I am now cured of the disease. On

I worker. While in Ocala she was the I OCALA MUSIC COMPANY my recommendation many people have All of Goods .
1'"IIi..r. a prominent farmer of !! our Spring are now
guest of Mrs. M. M. Little. I used Foley's Honey and Tar. and always -

i.i-iny., was in the city this morning. i ESTATE AND INSURANCERoom i i J. V. Burke the timber man of Jack with satlsfa'liun..1.1 by the on Display. We have the finest

1 t Nothing as good for connoisseurs as 12, Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla. !: sonville. is in the city. Postoffice Drugstore.
Gerig's Witch hazel Soap, best for i II _
a Grand Royal loc. cigar. Sold by all No. 1.-For the Best Home in the City, I line of Millinery in the city.

hard water. Try it. Postoffice Drug- principal! dealeis.! three blocks from square. House has I Mr. Oliver Perry of North Dakota. i Is FOR EXCHANGE pretty 5acrelot I I

store. visiting his mother Mrs. Rachel Perry.
most beautiful lake front on Lake
10 rooms and occupies a whole blockof I
who is the guest of Mrs. Sidney Perry Call and see us.
I Justice Waid convinced a gentleman ground; fine barn etc. Price. Weiracre bearing well-kept! orange ,. A
(<< '. D. Dukes of Dunnelloii. who pur- and Mrs. \\'. D. Condon.Ir.. Oliver -- .'
of color that to disregard the roadi $*:;iOll."E'r)' easy terms. grove; good ..roon1 house, in good repair .
i-luiM-d. the Stevens saloon business, I !'I't'rr will remain here for time
:i law was an extensive piece of busi- No. 2.-Beautiful McConnell grove; ) some throughout; boathouse, etc; willexchange i
\\.1" in the city today.Lavender 1 I and on his return home will take in theWorld's
I ness! it cost him $0.10 fur the enlight I lots lOuxiuJ: :;; finest thing in town for for a house and lot in Ocala. .

enment.Foley's. I Fair at St. Lou ill. Apply to R. I{. Carroll.
homes. Prices, from $::?UII to $350. .!
for keeping moths out oryoui 1
They will go quick .
soI I I
woolen goods. Nothing else I will sell a home cheap, and on Kt-n-I
you Miss Hattie Melton Jones of
and I Tar contains
Honey no No. 3.-Good 6-room house, and lot

guu 1. 1'o.stolTlce Drugstore. I I.oIlt.r opiates and will not constipate like !once.su0.No. : easy terms F. W. Ditto, Merchants' lucky is in the city and is getting up't' Mrs. Lucie F B" Ea.ton

\\'. H. Hurt returned flout Miami I nearly all other 1-0115)1 medicines. Refuse I block Ocala Fla. an "Old Maid's Contention" I II I II ,

substitutes. Sold. by the Postof- 4.-Several small houses that paywell I I

l.tst evening where he went tll\\ tice Drugstore.Miss i as investments.!' Prices, from I|I The following persons picnicked to CONFESSIONS OF A PRIEST I!, 25 Street. Mrs.fHicks old Stand.
setiliup his father's business. Silver Springs, }'est..rll.11': and Mrs.11V. Magnolia
I $lOll to Jfiud. Terms to suit. i
I Pansy Souter of the East Florida D. Johnson, of Valdosta Mrs. D. A. Rev. John S. Cox of Wake Ark., ,
The excellent cigars made by Charles I II' and children and Mrs. Clark's -- -- --
Seminary at Gainesville, uriivedthis Mrs. C. P. McGralh and her sister I II writes "For 12 years I suffered from
\ 'i"/ the Milo Deyo and Grand noyll. I mother Mrs. Kelly, of Martel Mr. and numi i
Yf'lIoJaundkt' consulted)
afteinoon t.'isit her aunt. Miss! Mis. Ten ell. who have 1..11'islliul{ a
i .in be had at the Ocala News Co. I Mrs. Ray :Mrs. McCormick Mrs. Ray's !
Fannie Clark over un.Lty.Nunnally's Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Strobhar> at Gainesville I her of physicians and tried all sorts of 1 EL TROPICO

---,--- returned home yesterday.!: mother of Leroy Mr. and Mrs. S. A.Standley. medicines but got no relief. Then 11 i t
Mr. '\'. S. Priest o.stmister and CIGAR FACTORYMakers t
Mrs. I..tplillpr. They had
Candies-we are agents' ; began the use of Electric Bitters and
mr"I.-hult of Daisy made the Star an
; received fresh by express the day after FRESH MEAT a very pleasant time boating and fish feel that I am now cured of a disease )-
..1\.1',1., call today.l'oi's .. A
\ It made. The Postoffice Drugstoie. ing. that had me in its grasp for twelve .
i : of the ti
I William Tucker has now a full stockof : years." If you want a reliable medicine x
| Kidney Cure makes kidneys II 1
I A. M. Cushman of Gainesville, grand fresh" beef pork, mutton and sau- SILVER TEA for Liver and Kidney trouble i
:old bladder right. Don't delay tak- I
secretary of the old 1 Fellows ariived sage, in addition to fish and oysters. stomach disorder or general debility, I set I MILO DEYO $
IIIK Sold. by the: Postoffice! Drugstore.i'uiiiiessiiiaii I The ladies of the church
over the A. C. 1. this afternoon<< and get Electric Bitters. It's guaranteedby .1
( Highest Grade Sc. Cigar
with Grand Master! Conrad! will putI Merchant Smith of B..rUnas in I intend giving a silver tea on the golt I the Anti. lonololy Drugstore. Only ;

Sjtaikman was at thej.ifituirg I I I the Ocala odd Fellows) through; tomorrow town today. Mr. Smith sa}<< that his i! !links itn Tuesday after Easter April 3'1 I 50t'. I o

I. nieetitig today and will I be in night.Foley's A further notice will be published \\ II ;
family have just recovered from an attack I and
f.. .il.i tomorrow.F. of the measles. arrangements are completed. The links HEARST ANTI-TRUST CLUB \ r GRAND ROYAL jj .

Kidney Cure, if taken in time, have never been in liner condition, and _

: i-it-r cards at the Postoffice Drug- affords security fiom' all kidney andbladder April magazines. Ocala News Comlany. I nature, in her new suit of green, addsa Those who ;admirers and adherents HAVANA CIGARS '' '=" tineft thing of the kind ever ;( disease. Sold by the ... I most attractive. A good \William Randolph Hearst fur In Five Sizes

exhibited in the city.Mis 1 rtigstore. .SI..111..1 time is i anticipated. the piesidency willonvene April 4. t "' x9

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I Miss Kessie Tuinbull. recording, secretary i at noon in the ourt house, tcala.aull

!':mlin.. Sullivan, who has l.een PIANOS AND ORGANS I A CHATTANOOGA elect two delegates to to Jacksonville (
I of the \\ H. M. Society, who go CHAS. Proprietor
.Mir-: friends. in Americus. G.i.. for DRUGGIST'S STATEMENTRobert n.
u 1- :
I 7.
Should you desire a first class pianoor was the guest of Mrs. G. S. Scott, returnee I AprilThe I; Ocala, Florida.
'In- month returned home -
1.1,1 yesterit.l
| organ call and get our prices. Ocala I home yesterday.11'ANTEIrYoung i
\ I J. :Miller proprietor of the I
Furniture Co. tf. surest and safest remedy for
I Read House Drugstore of Chattanooga.
men or women as kidney and bladder diseases is Foley :
MRS. PYLES' BUTTER ... T..nll.HIt..S: "There is more meritin
local for ('hlre's
There was considerableI rid fooling representatives' Kidney Cure. Sold by the Postoffice I
Received Daily Magazine. Lilieral commissions; cash Foley's Honey and Tar than in any Drugstore. .-f.... ":t___# 4.' ;'J4- T :-:- --,::f04. ...: :: __ : : r.-"' ;- :.,iii ':, :J'I ;- :' ::'- -= :-- -

Phone 163 OCALA SEED STORE I gm-eery prizes. Write J. N. Trainer 141 F:. ::!5I I other cough syrup. The calls for it I

j'slnt..nt.. St., New Turk N. V.Mr. multiply wonderfully, and we sell more

I'nif, went down to I II II i of it than all other cough syrups com 'I
I'm" i lights a few days ago in the in- I Sticky fly paler and floor \\ax. FreshI T. H. Wallis, who has been kept bined. Sold by the Postoffice Drug- JI I I

I t.-t. t of. the Ludden Campbell) and I[ stock just received. Tydings & Co.. at home for s"'t.'ralf't'ks by the se.rious .- store. C"'o.- ;.. ..,', _- aIi nHar

Mi.nh' I i.uuCo.., returned home this I phone X... 30. illness of his wife, started out -- :mlf ,:; waIe

'ii."i' tun;;. I with his grips for Dunnellon yesterday, NOTICE APPLICATION FOR ."" ",!"' ,
iI".L .
-- ---- The refrigerator! and l the cool ice wa- to again resume business. Tax Deed. I'nder Section S of Chapter '\. '!::." .

It' you wish a good drink of milk. I i ler of the Teapot Grocery is sadly missed 4S'? ', Lnsof Florida. = t :;:Tt"ff3-f1Ti"" :' I II II I

ti > t the Ocala Jersey Creamery. Pure ':j I by the thirsty public which was PNEUMONIA IS ROBBEDOF Notice is hereby given that J. F. Hall : 1 I
1ilk/ iMlivery' made every morning {I supplied free of charge. The refrig- ITS TERRORS purchaser of tax certificate No. 1 i4'1 "'

1" M Honey, proprietor. I I erator is out of repairs.jI1. Uy Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops dated 19t", has the filed 6th said day certificate of August in, my A. D"I i I %We Would%.' !!( Be Glad .

the racking cough and heals :and I I -
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Iit- and has made application for tax
strengthens the lungs. If taken in timeit When you wish to buy any kind
I I deed to i issue in accordance with law. .tom
will prevent an attar k of pneumonia. IIf a Stove or itanjje to have

]i. V.! ll J IPII Postoffice. Refuse Drugstore.substitutes. Sold: by the Said described certificate property embraces situated the in following Marion' MERIOuN ROG nOrctOonERP you carefully

county. Florida to-wit: SeU of nw>.. 'I
and exi of sl: of net' of nw '4. sec IS JACIISOPIYltLE
Announces her W. M. :Martin the veteran \\s NEW ORLEANSrbrough
tp IT. 1':1.:: The said land being as-\\
i is sick abed Major I.mcaster
sessed at the date of the issuance of'

OPENING OF EASTER PATTERN HATS is tending his news stand. such certificate in the name of party j jtmknow Sleepers and Dining Cars I l I

n. Unless said certificate shall iI i
be redeemed according to law. tax deed i Ii i
--l Leyuinn! of Cavendish. Vt.. was I
-- ur- will issue thereon on the 4th day of I St. Louis and Mobile
robbed of his customary health by invasion i iI l li i
May A. I). 1S04.Witness i I

Friday, April J st and Saturday the 2nd. I I Dr. King's of Chronic New Life l'unstil.atiun.'ht'n Pills broke into I i II my official signature and I St. Louis and New Orleans !
I seal this the :31st day of March. A. D. I -
his house, his trouble was arrested and iI ,
I Iit04. S. T. Sistrunk. i iClerk
Ask for ticket-" via 31. i 0. K. U. I II II II II
now he's entirely cured. They're guar-I ayo
l I'he Ladies invited call. oft !
are to Klegance Circuit Court. Marion Co.. I-.j II
anteel to cure. :?5l'. at the AntiMonopoly I I
) l lc. anti beautiful designs will more than make Drugstore.Mrs. -- --:-- --
ui for the deb,.. STENOGRAPHERAND I
: Ross, who has been visiting'! hr I TIME

Mrs. Tompkins will take pleasure in showing you he I nephews Messrs. W. J. and Hamp' .I

Chambers, returned to her home at Macon TYPE-WRITER TEXAS PACIFIC With any other make
stock of Easter Hats. I

II Private office in Commercial: Bank. o RAILWAY
SALE-SO acres of virgin pine I decision will
I I I Your work in the above lines solicited. i I We feel your
j land about of Anthony. I I to the
| a mile east ; be favorable
1 and guaranteed. I
Speed accuracy
NELSON & CO. | Will be sold cheap if taken within the I
---- -- -- The Great Eastern
I next month._ Inquire of the Star office. FAVORITE

I R. D. FULLER, and Western Line ,
Therefore we court careful
DENTIST Across the Entire States of are not Euiialed.We f'

Office Over Munroe & Chambliss I:I i ii

TS) > oifiiiujj of this popular millinery house was the social event <'f the Bank. Ocala Florida.J. 1EXA5 und LOMISIHHi also carry a full line of

s- .-;..:. All styles, all combinations, triinmines of laces flowers and ferns.

: '.!,.- \.trird effects produced l>y the deft hands of artists can be had at
J. E. CHACE, i i S-i TRu'' BLK T"S,WKk 4' I-.TI": "- SASH DOORS \ BLINDS.
11 \\ IIIIMII'S Headgear Entiurium. If you seek style quality and price l DNI URI

: > .. !.iRf! stock gives you an opportunity.E. I DENTAL SURGEON Direct Line to i ,

K. NELSON & CO. Merchants' Block I Office Upstairs Commercial Bank NORTH TEXAS A Complete'! of Builders and General Hardware Farming Tools
I Building Ocala! Florida I Guns and Ammunition.CHATTANOOGA.
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: --- PLOWS
I Has Cured Thousands, Will Cure Yet ARIZONAand

I If you are troubled with Kidney or 1 ,

Bladder troubles, such as Dropsy, \ HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND --- VIN STOCK.

the City Market i j Bnght's Disease.: Catarrh. Gravel of :, SURGEON

.-J i the Bladder Albumen in Urine and CALIFORNIA
I Jeffords Building.Pearl .
unhealthy deposits or too frequent : Slxcial attention given to the treatment -
Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable? discharge: of the urine pain in the i of Chronic Diseases! and Diseases ;
) of Women and. Children. i WRITE FoR NEW B.'"K"F TEXAS. FEEE i:
k j
I:" ( and bladder dropsical: swelling "
'IIiC.o- J
: _
in Season j of the feet and legs etc., etc we !iI i Ocala, Fla. !I "" mn"cW':

I guarantee that by using Smith's Sure I II j i E. P. TURNER ,
T dings' Drugstore. Office -
Office ever >
1 Kidney Cure a will be j jeffected. !|
City and Country Trade SolicitedFree cure i:! hours from & a. m., to 1% m.; General Passenger Agent j I!I

1 from p.mto5p.n.. looiii wash i* the test We sell Lunches, steak, coffee, milk pies. Just received, at the Ocala News Co.
Price W cents and $1. For sale by Rt'sIJt'nce-So. 60 ='. Main St. known I
Delivery Phone 12 J. 1 I Anii-MoitOpoly Drugstore. |j I I u the rash cottage. I' Dallas Texas. j I It. Pustoffi.-e Drugstore andniches, etc., at DlLffi '.. a lot of crepe paper, all colors



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