The Ocala evening star.

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


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


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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Carpentering and
GenerMval Rpmf


In all Flavors
No trouble to prepare
S0 cats a Package

Pretzels 15c a pourd

Spratt's Dog Biscuits

Brook Trout
Soused Mackerel

Triscuits lOc a pkg

Ferris Square Brea
fast BAcon

Cranberry Sauce
bulk and tin

at the


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And the Probabilities Are That the
Former Will Win--Murphy is
Not Bound to Hill

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Albany. N. T., April 2.-1'p state 5
l.-m -rati< la.lrs.. who are working $1.50
gf with the- Tammr:ny chlef,. Murphy. for
a fr- expression by Ne-w York Ifl--- z the L
ratess o*f th+-ir i,,-f,-rn-,- for the ito -- Y
k-' lden< y today. after an analysis of thoe
returns from icournty conventions thus
for held. conceded, only I.'( of the 45., thus -!ected to Alton II.
in i Parker and H. Hill. Revised HE W l
figures for the cohivenations held yester- W J
.!iy a ndl todla iln various 'ou.ities
,lm-t rm ttriate th:it [ ill atd his iron-cl;al a
iht t i u m-ttons fo '.- :tr'- short ii i MELON SEE
vot*- fbior th '4 l. **' ,** i atluy lo 'ontrol
IVtha- sttie- onv'-ntioni. while the atli- Cantaloupe and melon
S instruction forc-s expect Cantaloupe and melon,
w.-+-k to add e-nough to the 21f claimed
seed. Tydings and Co.
by the-mi after th+-e rimaries to send an
utnipledged dele-gatioi to St. Louis.
Murphy is for an Uninstructed Dele- TEN CENT EMBI

RAAIRS Atlantic 4City. N. J., Aporil 2.-'hax.
0 T Murp~hy. the- Ie;,i-r (of Tamrmany
-.00 TO-.- fall. IIl.j-fljem that I nivid R. Hill has
Fit G. BOO W E I H E 2 retth etioungh ISO uorgarnlze the NO-%%
'1'I~ Jweki, is ntot for Pit ker and mays 94).
*I;,yeiver turt-s Ipetrima rde toi ytou
titi.igt-*-to aresiolutinor ti f Iitfihlt-ti
Judg' IParker?" he was,.ske-i.
l tit st i!flt*itr stru--ti~m. m a ve.
*S plui.s" H- Iill men are tr 4trilg enoughh
00'That is mn oo t"t.ies;;io..
W~h.-ra asked if there. ua any truth
linith. e- re.tot that h. e %4uil ttnut b f~or 4
William Ran.Iolieh Hearst, Mr. Mut jihy
\-~~ the imm.rinee."
,lj~o vOu think Paiker is the stroingesat
man bewfore thtie jlwole'
N I. t" aiii4%%tere .
E1T I'S 1l040 Till.: Wi ul:l:YINi ;
II- S *...I 11tha~ii ISO to-- IS$sa.i ARE YOU A DYSPEPTIC?
o .I% ii I t lii.-Il *.I tIh.- 1114911--. If Vim a;,i t -1 .ys-4p- tic vim u ot e -it tito
II i I*i ~v~tsel--f awil y-burIr ietidis to gut %%ti-11.
1~11:1:I INSURANCE ':I yti' sit~a II 114 S the dyspept v*4
iss -ASSsitiI ll *I *.t r .6 ti l ff.t .i t it: h b~us~ Iis disease lsours his
t1,- -l. 1.6 fe .~,.y l tji rre lix~imsit jifin as %%ell as him stomach.
I,. .1 ti i. r. 'n r*'I liv .1.1lars and; 'Koiiltll oyi l ,4iai C* ure will not only
... i~~ u ..sutus icut e tdvsI*.lsi. .ii haltg*.stimi a:n-t sour
:It 'i ..i:..*,. u~ lt mata~ur- stfornim 1. l o.ut litis ja~tti~ 4 e.iit-
H.~iL. 1~Wt. ~ WII*::IA:. Ihe % hqout- sigi.e-t t.e app.a.ratus. and
-t .-.lift Ihe I at s u, ellis:15the- stoutt-
4 "It EI t Ihe fk* i 4 Oil t-;eIt is IaI j4 Oyel1. It
is d 4igeste.. 'll Jsajaai.,t1-.l .,ra.I its [tit-
S U M M E 12:-itt prope-rties::pplujiriiratt-.llby the
S U M M E R lol~mo4atal tiesues-. Health is the re-*

goetds in Stock be utt5, Tuia...Itritisli India. April 2.-Nem%5
bousevs and overcoats.I has beewn reveive.I here (of severe fight-
W an1110todft i I= niz tho Tilaetauis havitig atuta.-k--mthe*
terial and wo~ciII a Sol it.]..ii!Thter e t .u.*to iiemgagettiO-11tt
AU Grde' SkIiSlfk wawdiii!the Ttlaeltziti, v*ret- epltalseniOth
fuly dip Th.-e.1 hiilt itr-h .1.l-lt .-.Ithe Tili~tan
Jery ur-etTl.' Tat...tita lii sartbelivdtol
TAL1.WO tovr fouru'hunl-q.I. %l%~hilt- the British
Merchant lailor. i ieg t ~. ~- iiiar tot a dozens.
'i Ittit ish re~turineditTui
List ev .-nitng indv staite-'I that ritles lit-ar-
R O O M F O T M E 1It L I.111 ;41 si. in it trio %%eti *. l slanti. 46.!
ROQUEFORT onrrthe 2u :2ri:2'Ti;'2~m ~Aofficer%.
SWISS ants liLO

A fine line of


W.W.Ca 9a

No. %' : a..1 a 'ca -*i
gl at t i ~ it
oil Nt .M 1. St. ,'lh
R 11 r:; ai
eai in t'TV %oti r:alc

His laught,-r First- A. S. Hiarny.
Th.- Lighltning conductor -William-

The, l.i tt1.- Sihephlerd of Kingt,.lonn
'o,,- John Vox. Jr.
Thli- .elt ilittns -J lar:tke.
lie..rts 4'i,:.1 a >g,-ois -ls Riae .
o,1uss.. tn the llu.lsn Pi'. ell.
M.aids of I'ar:.taise I;. 'Chamb-is.
I.til.-tsh of Ithe Gtuards -H. S. Mer-
The I.oir L Night-rS. W-y.yman.
The lo:ttll 'h- ..vlier-M. E. W. Pa-


e will sell for the next
few days a line of


latest style, come and gtt one bef
they are all gone.



, the best va-
fresh, reliable For .al, 75 acres of as good
can l>- ha:l in Marion county,
e.l. W\'.: of nw'4. se- 19, tp 14



-; or lying along the Gainesvil
aho it 41 oir tive miles fromrr
II,.- is a hanc'e. foir it will
' cheap for cash. Inquire of t
office, rcala. Fla.


Carried by Colgate-A Million and a
Half, the Largest Amount CaMrried
by Any Man

INew Y.,rk. April 2'.-The l:arg-sti i.-
suran.e policy ever taken out lby .tI; in-
ldiividlu~i, lamely. one for $.I.'".-o...i.. hi.ts
just been issued by the Mutual Lift.
of this city. to James C. Coolgate. bank-
Ore er and financier and member ,of thet
stock exchange firm of James C. Cool-
gate and Co.
Following its conservative methodls.
the Mutual Life has reinsure.l all tbut
S$250.ov in other companies. Thus an-
co 1oth,-r nane is alldedl to the list of poli-
.y hollers. ing ,;W,-o[- W. V\.ti-
r -l rlilt. \% hi. i.I r iri s $l.,,a.l.-,v 1, ot .' ,
iII lha .1ltltut .l l.ife.

R SALE Nothing Equal to Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
land as
describ- ..Ve have used a'hamberlain's **,oli'.
s. r 22 Cholera and Diarrhoea Renmedy in our
lie road, family for years." says Mrs. J. B.
i Ocala. 'ooke of Neder lands. Texas. "\V- have
be sold given it to all of our children. We
he Star have used other medicines for the same
purpose, but have never found anything
to equal Chamberlains. If you will
LVE use it as directed it will always cute."
For Sale by all Druggists.

IW-xvitt's Witch Hazel giv-s instant
Ocal:i. Fla.. March 1V. 19"4. relief frmin 1:uns. tts. Bruises. Sores.
The annual meeting of the stokhaoll- emta. Tetter. and all abrasions of A CANAL CONVENTION
'rs of the <.ia I'a iir A.sso i.tion ,m ill ith. skin. In buying Witch Hazel Salve
Iw held on,, Ttut-sl:y. the. 1th l:dy 1 it is ,,nly n,,.-cssary to see that you get Of Southern Governors and Business
April, 1i*4. at :2 o',, .k I. In. at th. th ,. .-.nuint I,-W itt's :and a cure is cer- Men to be Held at Tampa
iflic.-- of the 't-.tral Ni.ti,.nal tiank ,,ill. Th.-i .i. man.y cheap counter- Tampa, Fla.., April 2.-4-ovelrnor Jen-
l.uilding. OIal;, Fla., f4jr th- I urose, of f4 its m, lih, inarket. all (of which are nings, while here. stated that he wmouild
e-lec-ting oeffi.cels anli a loaritl of diirect- t.,,-rth ;,nl quite a few are danger- %%,rite the governors and bolards oif tradl-
rts. and for the t(:oas..ti..n of such ,ouls. while I .-Witt's Witch Hazel Salve of the Southern States to send del.-Ic-
ither lousialets ; ..s y ,i.,. t-ilyV comt. Is lt-.,, tly ;,a'nites andtl cures. Soul g; ates tt a convention to bn held :at
hIefoiae Ute ei. lSt-titg.. -.'I' T. ti+t tk. tiy \VmI. Ai-nlrsOl. Tampa during the spring festival.
.t r,-tt'y. 'a which begins May 2. for the purpose of I
T NURSE WANTS POSITION discussing the Panama canal project
nurse fi rn the North, who has and its advantages tl. the Southettn
Ti.n irsing in the South this win- States, and how best to develop them.
tIrtt. l,-. \\oiull like to remain as compan- --
Pretty Frame Moullings. N
mi,,n to ;u tnut an imalid. eor to do private GOOD FOR CHILDREN
nui sing. Ad.lIess Mis. Edna John- --
Is at J. A. Pittman and Sl n i.
I at A S s. astlake. Fla. The pleasant to take and harmless
Onte Minute Cough Cure gives imint,-li-
ate relief in all cames of Cough. Croup
and La Grippe. because It does not
L T MB R pass immediately Into the stomach, but
\LUB take< effect right at the seat of the
trouble. It draws out the intlamma-
tion. heals and soothes and cures per-
RO UI H on DR SSED nently by enabling the lungs to con-
ROJGH OR DRESSED tribute pure life-giving andt life-st.s-
taining oxygen to the blood! :lanid tis-
S ee or P hone ,sues. ne Minute Cough 'OtPre is
Sll..snan to t.take ;il ld is gam,. alike faor
S- -J _^ _- _ ~_ .vyaung and old. SAold lby \W mn. Antler-
i"^ i ^^ r 'Y^Ttr'^%u y t.

=0 fr*l .Uqtf


Ocala, Fla


T-ll more good tales about our candy
than \\t would, dare to print, even with
nimodesty leavened with pride. If you
want to know the merits of our confec-
titonory-purity. deliciousness, sweet-
ness. tast< as toi form and make-you
have only to ask those who buy, eat
andl ,.-light in Lowney's sweetmeats.

We want to do a bigger bus..ess than
ever and we v.aint evury abuillr an
person interesteP. in builli::g to know
that ue are prepare!l to render them
the most effriint si-trvi.e in p romnt de-
liveries of the very bt-st yellow pine
mnouldings. mnill \,rik. shiinlles and of .
everything of woo.l needed in the
building trade.

SThe I ttlive-ain-. -- ;>>v.
&Cro .1 M rs. Tre -. r.hars.SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT
e^ lV',. a..i ot ;, IH. S. .Mt::ini: n.
L. ted stock of H... ,of iW. thit !' n.s0 .
ll,.n.-r I,' verel -4;,'>,hton.
Ssto,*f the ;.avevs s.nders. Inthe country new lands fenced, bigger crops made.
Th -fmI .'f Ro..- M. ':Cranford. Iv Ocala new buildings going up and
ot city mar The 1:b:.,y i. ti oi,,n after the old ones being painted.
list of A;.:il frotm 4 t1 6 p r T.

iest a .ur-.. ls.. : MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
hr. ~r -+' m i. n. l~s.. ::++ .':.

so. In.


Philadelphia. April 2.-The Southern
| Steamship Company has :nnounne-d
that. beginning 'with April Il. it \\ill
e establish a dire. t steamer servii e- I.-
I twe-n this port and Tampa. Fla. The-
service w ill be monthly until busin-.ssj
w.arr;lants the company placing inmor e
steamners ion the line.
Mrs. -llen Harlisn. o.f 3a"i Park St..
Kansas City. Mo.. writes a.a follows:
ur two children had a sve -r ;itt ;tk of i
ah' h',ping tough one of thttn in th-j
pa;>roxysm of coughing woull oft-In fAiint
aind blt+-d .it th- nose. W-e trie-d -ev-ry-
thing we hea:tr, of without go-ttim ri--
li,-f. We then -acile-d in ,aur f;i lily .l.I -
t tor. 'aho pre,.vs r'b-ld l-, y- s tl,:.'y ,::1.
'.ir. With the very first *lIos th-yv I.-
A'r t o impiomave an.] % '-e-l th:,t 0 i.i,
j1.i\'| Thn-inr live-s." Rfuse sutostiluTe<
S..1I l.%y the Po.stoffif" e Irugstaore.
A meeting of th,.s-- in.tera-'st-,! in th-
huillting of a. new ,i; .-Kn hou.-- \ i: tI.-
he dl W ,ln-s!S:>y. th., ;th of A;r.i. .1'
th a',-ntr.,l .N ti'n.i I;I.k ;:t .' :
When you buy ;a toughh mi- Ii ;n- f,
Shi'lrd -rn. y.u o, .- in a h:. h .a,,
a;: ila.'.- im;.l;, it ,o n-fiien, Y .
a .,nt u'- th,.t not ..nlvy : 1 ,%
ur-s. Yu .int r,- i.- .--
I tn bhly harm:-ss. You ; :- .:- h
;s pii si-n, to t.k- "h :r -... :. 2 -

Fifty Cents a Moath, 55 a Year






".:/e.. ,.cJ Itnf : J. ':
lu '.t. 'm HA .



Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. o' It is a
whiskey "which
time has brought

IU0 sota


06" ^I A

Easter Oxfords and Sandals





Fof Misses, sChiad and Boys


Or.- Strap Sandal...... ........ ................. ............ 7.5 to $1.50
Three strap Sandals.. ................................. ........$1 to $1.75
Thr.e Strap Pat Leather................ ............... ..........Si1 to $2
Th- N-n Style for Misses........................... $1.73 to $2.50
lU!u. h-r *Oxfoirdq for Girls and Boys~. ..............................$1 to $3
L. ..-s" Hand. Turned Oxfords and San dals in all styles.
Whit I'tanvas t.xfor.i-. for Ladies and childrenn .... ........ ...... $1 to $1.50





Onyx Hosiery, best on earth


We beg to announce that we ate

steady to deliver ce to tpeo-

pie of Ocala and surrounding county

Compctiti on


of Trade

Having new and modem machlnery

and efficient men, we can fufill the

demands of the ttade promptly and

satisfactorily and solicit a share of

the patronage of the public




Voma9 9, Number 252

the Lifc



McCrath's Old Stand

Rewblt and N ewly Frnsk
m...-.-- A-- amm.-ma.3ws -,I . A .* A

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Ocala Evening Star, Saturda&y, April 2, 1904



C. L i ta d andR. R. Ca
monr -d Proprietors

The statement of the Central Na-
tismal Bank appears in our columns to-
day. ftra showing is a very creditable
- Its deposits now amount to $W1.-
Om. subject to check. This is not a bad
wulet s for a bank a little over three
gmMthl eL Its deposits have Increas-
ed Sice its last statement $20 The
rftgt am-e are at the head of this in-
nututton. Mr, Ford. who is not only
a tcoservatlve but a thorough going
bhinae man. believes in doing bust-
ee eaon a strictly business basis. His
methods have demonstrated in the past
that they are the only safe and suc-
oe~ul ones to pursue, and having
bee cooled in this art, no fears need
be entertained that he will deviate from
them. The bank is growing In favor.
as well as the officials in charge of it.
ad Its success is only another demon-
straum that Ocala hae reached the
sAmmit of the grade. New industries.
enlarged acreage in crops. with the
growing of Improved stock. demands
miore money, and this institution en-
ables those whoe are engaged in these
respective callings to help themselves.
all of which means much for Oc ala
and the people who are assuting in
making it. We again desire to empha-
sils the fact that the Central National
Bank is solely a home institution, that
every dollar of its capital belongs to
residents of this city. men who. dur-
I g the past fifteen years, have dem-
onstrated that they know how to make
money, and after they make it. how to
keep It. not only for individual use. but
for the public benefit. It should appeal
to our local pride to may that it is pat-
reoised to the interest involved. Read
the statement: It speaks for itself.

The other day. Black George. whom
It is hardly necessary to say is one of
the Ofre horses, took one of the little
excursions he is wont to make when-
ever he gets tired of standing too long.
reaching over and unlatching the gate
to his stall and going full gallop to the
Suburbs. He always allows himself to
he recaptured when he gets ready, and
would probably come back himself if
wanted for long enough. But it Is not
good policy for the fire horses to be
away from the station, so one of the
force., generally supplemented by a
d volunteers, always goes after the
truant. Frank Pons went after Black
George on his last expedition, and
shortly after the horse came back.
trottUlg at a 3:30 gait. while Frank.

ue hand clinging to the big animal's
headatall. was towed on his bicycle
alo gside. It took a good wheelman
and a very kind and intelligent horse
to make the combination, which would
have resulted in broken bones and a
smashed wheel had either bungled. It
will make many hearts sad if brave old
Black George is put to doing hard or
degrading work. His strong limbs and
sagacious head have saved O cala many
a dollar, and the men of the fire dle-
Partmenit feel toward him like he was a


"For ten years I had chronic bron-
chitis Mo toad that at times I could not
speak above a whisper." writes Mrs.
Josep|h C-offman of Montmorenci. Ind.
"I tried all remedies available, but with
no su,-css. Fortunately my employer
suggested that I try Foley's Honey and I
Tar. Its effect was almost miraculous.!
and I am now cured of the disease. On
my recommendation many people have
usel Foley's FHoney and Tar. and al-
says with satisfaction." Sold by the
Powtoffite Drugstore.
A step-ladder headl in the Tampa.
Tribune says "South and West Solid
for Parker." The South is a big place,
and this part of it is solid for Hearst.

Rev. John S. Cox. of Wake. Ark.,
writes. "For 12 years I suffered from
Tellow Jaundice. I consulted a num-
ber of physicians and tried all sorts of;
medicines. but got no relief. Then I'
began the use of Electric Bitters and
feel that I am now cured of a disease
that had me in its grasp for twelve
years." If you want a reliable medli-
cine for Liver and Kidney trouble.
stomach ditsorwder or general debility.
get Electrie Bitters. It's guaranteed
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Only

Pen Henry, colored. who shot from
ambush at t'ol. Beaty and wife of -ar-
tow,. few months ago. has been s-4n-
tenced to twenty years in the peniten-


St. LeQuinn of Cavenlish. Vt.. was:
robbed of his customary health by in-


Report of Its Finances for the Quarter
MEding March 31. 14
Report of the condition of the Cen-
tral National Bank of Ocala, at Ocala.
in the state of Florida. at the lose of
business. March :S. 1904:
Loans and disounts.........$ <2.324.-5
Overdrafts, secured and un-
secured ....... . ....... 13.55
U. S. bonds to secure circu-
lation .. ........ .. ..... 12.500.00
Premiums on U. S. bonds... 734.38
Stocks, securities, etc....... 16,63.24
Furniture and fixtures...... 5.429.45
Due from National Banks
(not reserve agents)....... 2,.645.68
Due from state banks and
bankers ....... .......... 3.291.24
Due from approved reserve
agents .......... ........ 8.23.13
,'hecks and other cash items 11.00
Notes of other national hangs 1.00AQ.O0
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents......... 50.93
Lawful money reserve in
bank. viz:
Specie ............. .$2.593
Legal-tender notes .... 4.675 7.21, .00
Redemption fund with U. S.
treasurer (5 per cent. *of
circulation ............. 625.00
Total . ......... ..... $145.060.65

Capital stock paid in ........ 50.0to0.0
Undivided protfi. less ex-
penses and taxes paid ..... 29.32
National Bank notes out-
standing .. ........... .... 12.500.00
Individual deposits subject to
check ............ ...... 80,957.44
Demand certificates of de-
posit ...... ...... ........ 100.00
Certilled checks. ..... ....... 873.S9

Total .. ......... ........ . 145.060.65
State of Florida, County of Marion--as.
I. F. L Watson. cashier of the above
named bank. do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the test
of my knowledge and belief.
F. L. Watson. ashierr.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 2nd day of April. 1904.
Sidney E. Hiller. Notary Public.
R. L. Anderson.
Goeorge H. Ford.
Herbert A. Ford.


11 a. m.-Easter sermon by the pas-
Faster anthem by the choir.
7:30 p. m.-Preaching bly the pastor.
followed by reception of members.

Grace Episcopal
7 a. m.-Holy communion.
11 a- m. -F[estal service. seimon and

holy communion.
7 3. p. m.--'estal eveinlig
sehrmo i ndn.
I'hilidrn's festival" Monday

song and

at 3 p. m.

4.'- ;i. in.-Sunday school.
11 a. in.--Morning service.
Prelude. "'L'nfoldl Ye i'ortals"-"Gu-
Anthem. "I Know That My Redeem-
er Lives"-Porter.
Sermon. '"Christ. The Cure."
Anthem. with violin obligate. "Christ.
the Lord, is Risen"-Sudds.
Recessional. "March Pontifl'ale"-
I 'unod.
6:45 p. m.-It. Y. P .1. Subject:
"Victories Through the Risen Christ."
7.30 p. m -Eveniing service.
Prelude. "Largo"-Handel.
Anthem. "The Strife is 0'er"-Men-
delssohn. Violin obligato.
Sermon. "The Tragedy of Balbel."
Soli. Mrs. Colborne.
Recessional, "Aria From Orpheus"-
At all ser xces s.'ats free. and a cor-
dial w welcome.
An especially tine musical program
w ill be render-ed both morning and
evening. Follow ing is the order of the
11 a. m.--"<;loria"-Franc.
Hymn. ",-,. I.,kk Ye Saints"-Hol-
Anthem. "An Eaister Alleluia"-Ash-
Hyn:i1. 1-7:.1. We Would See Jesus"
Sermon. "Thi-s Jesus Hath Raised

Anthem. "Our Easter Prayer"--Lo-
'ommuni'!i, .ni.l bt neo.ltimon.
S4 p. im.- E-v\! i;|ie service.
Anthem. Ht. Lives Agai n"--Park'.
Sermon. "The Immortality of the
Huma1. S Pie. Sh.ll Hle .i\te Again.'
Any pt'rs!on i:tis ttletl on this subject
will cain ,t gr,.it ,t.' l by hearing this I

vasion of Chronic Constipation. \When; sermon.n A inv:t. tion to .:1.
Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into V'istors especially welcome
his house, his trouble was arrested, and
non he's entirely cured. They're guar-
anteel to cure. 25;'. at the Anti-Mo- R. D. FULLER,
nopoly Drugstore. DE NTIST*
SOffice Over Munroe & Chambllss
The Japanese made another attempt i
I RanIkr -el) Plarid&

It seems to have struck in. the f.'ver T i

As mercury will surely destroy the is on and will have to run its course.
sense of smell and completely derange Harry B. Phillips. who successfully
the whole system when entering it conducted the auction sale of lots for
through the mucous surfaces. Such Mr. Woodrow last e--k. has- arran.t-l
articles should never be used except uith prominent re-al -stat.- v% .ers ,f
on prescriptions from reputable phy- West E.nd. a;tiI will,- . sal- .,f
s.icians. as the damage they will do is lots on Friday. April s. at 9 31' a. m.
ten fold to the good you can possibly Free busses will run fromni th- ala
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure. House. This auction is for all condi-
manufactured by F. J. Cheney and Co.. tions of society. white. black. yellow.
Toledo. Ohio. contains no mercury, and' thinese or Laplander. Here is an olp-
is taken internally, acting directly upon portunity to buy property and improve
the blood and mucous surfaces of the the same, that unquestionably will pay
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure from 25 to 40 per cent. on the inv-st-
be sure you get the genuine. It is ta- ment. There is a big demand for me..i-
ken internally, and made In Toledo. 0.. crate sized houses, and here is an ,op-
by F. J. Cheney and Co. Testimonials portunity to meet it. In this sale there
free. vill be disposed of seven small hoauss.
Sold by druggists. Price. 75 cents This property will be sold without r--
per bottle. serve. One of the attractive ft-atur-s
Take- Hall's Family Pills for consti- of the sale will be th- giving i.wiay ,f
nation. lot free, to which every visitor will r--
Sceive a ticket. Reni-mber the d;ay.
WEATHER FORECAST April S. at 9:30 a. m.. at the West End.
Washington, April 2.-Fair tonight
and Sunday. Wray. the tuner, is at Weihe's store.






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Hecker's Royal Health Food,




I A41% AV% w I M M w A_1L q w -



M. 3.- 6


Hecker's Rolled White Oats

Nabiso, Sultana Fruit Wafers,

and all the fancy products well as the stapes

Premier and Don Carlos brand of Olives,

Eddy's Salad Mustard


- - $sO,000.

C~l IFR W 4='r C3 FR

S. SHall-

R. L. Anders,

George MacKay,

George Feed,



Huabot A, Fed.




Endeavors to please you in all of its many departments,
and we would call yopr attention this time to ur


which is complete in all its details. If you are In the
market for wholesale groceries, it will be to your advan-
tage to consult us, because we buy in







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We always have on hand a large stock of Floor, Corn, Meal, Grits, Hay mad all

heavy groceries, and we can make prompt shipments.

we O FL0e0OTr'" mezOId.C) %C0 "CO

Swan's Down Prepared Cake Flour.

Swan's Down Fancy Patent, or Pillsbrys Best Flour.


National Biscuit Co's Products.

Heinz's Pickles,

Royal Salad Dressing,

Bayles Condiments.

We carry a full line of all canned goods, and when you are in

the market let us quote you prices.



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Ocala Eveninag Star, Saturday, Apei 2, 1904.









The houses and lots now owned by J. Starr Slernberger in Mitchell's addition, which lies in the western part of Ocala east of the Fair Grounds
Exposition street and South Second street, will be sold at Auction on easy payments on

, between








One-third of the purchase price cash and the balance in 12 equal monthly payments on the lots: and One-fourth of the purchase
and the balance in 1I equal monthly payments on the houses. All deferred payments bear 8 per cent. interest. This property consists of s
houses and a limited number of good building lots. The houses are all in good condition and are a first-class investment This sale is open foi
or colored, so that the rent payer will have an equal chance to buy a home for himself on easy payments with those who buy for investment.

ONE LOT WILL BE GIVEN AWAY FREE.-And everyone who attends the sale will be entitled to a chance on it whether ornot they I

price cash
even small
r all, white

buy or bid.

The Title on this Property is Guaranteed Perfect

FREE CARRIAGES T0 THE SALE- 'arriit.g- %% ill li-'.vothe c'cpurt hicu-S. on, 01-1 Ii I I g hc. It ;I 4 tr'' Lik..1. i'al %% I' I cii.* h. % 140NNishe's I.p goo t.1 th.,-s.J.- f! -.- *.f h. .' 1i.'t11,1: T kl ae ~tl- i .i~ iL r.~i1 % tl~..I

542nd sale conducted by the National Realty Improvement Co., Jos. H. Phillips, President.

I1 H.

For further particulars see


AHitloila loo-I.A.-Iit f..ut th
Fraagis-ita;iI &941-194 at the (#c':lai N*'v.
The most Plegant display of candy
lis town at Dame's.
.Ally kiiiI-tot. lumalit. 1hot tir cIi quick-

WA NriT C*1.6 A.g-..t t.AfIWaI- I,o hatil

Whaeia i, ienaoltt. snaoe ktht- 36I1lu Dey'.
be'. vigat. All a'. ama. itl .!do.'alt'i
The most eomrleto line of tobilet art i-
cdes ini the city' al Tydings & COL

Si.t' "~ecIhc t I Ih l.''t I ..iii~ias
lit Iw' 11t % ais tilig it it'iits te0i- t fe'.

Ge-orig'.t W~it4h Hazetl 21slbe. tie-st fort
hard v% titer. Try it. l'4iofti~t-c Drhug-

E'-A~-SiIj.etfi W~ik#'t'4c4t& 46t Jack-
tuem~ ill- %A .leitiuc.' t ho-ar atth

Til-E' s%. enth iI.. ..~ta. %%.ill ie'~llc'r an AT THE BOSTON STORE. T'he iml'4111icall t'inet~inc-.t!4 c .i'4 "A 1]to
E.Iset pi1 cigi a iiiinl th" 111. F. chut Ch -cer a'rlt the v.'urt liceuse'at 3 p.m. i.. toy
Mciii.!.. y '.'nzai~ .et % ~.cle.~'k. There Teii'ttv-five .iesirahle huil-litig lotit iftnte-tiiK. .I~v~ h ik
%% illto cl-' *hcice imuisic. r-titatioins al1r1,1.1. t.iu syh hsto b.. give-nia%%a y. See IB. 11. 4ymour. ciiI. i.Jntl. 4G. Iieartlofl top weit e.'
3.1 r. ~. in W. T.. '~W~ ~'~ h 1-11411he4-eNo. 2.5. itr cueI efatrTi ie i
I c.iltlg .t.tikie s if 1I ih rh s Vl 1%o l. V% :111ai1 flight..; ita1ing laf-
.4141.11% iileL .4-as ree prgralJ~acksonv~ille. wtho. niadi-' a voflclse a.11k
%% ilto Ia.. 13lii ii" -.1 a 1 tc.Poiit .~iI iS .n tg Oiti ter. tll The Staihas th.e only eauli'glass- cry teix ystatempientof his 1'"4,401A
it ~ i ti ai~ iii~ l' c l~i i'r.1., Ia lt'11 61 It u 1 L.* sb uig. l .t ai .'..l A s -A il x: c 1 *j1- att. in t h e i t-1el If y ou as sen a o..tin-.4intftit 11:1tie in @fl it .h i ch hC
it ~.sthe' sc-natm haIi .i'l sy -i '..iklingkIt. ila!.111.tic-I h-i t his s5ttezvi-iknt havo Jake I tle ; i.Iiq i lii ri i hc ..'

to i s iktti~le i'iktt'i l astd'I t ;i~. ittai hie: t..he -' Pi-,iila etielc'gat itII. ajii.tI o4ik.ili
ut hs Iitth I '1. I I lit ii CI 11g 1 1.0- 141t.'-111 K ii it $*d'11. sa i Sii a of'all Ithe -1.Ii 'ei' as it iet 'iiu h l i
114-11l for hi 11:4'c'is 401 F401.' F,,i ;I%-- iiiae.-, was intodes entoug to sa
T e nio-pt .1 trall'?i '.4. I.., I w- 4oh "'. S-titoi- r i fri. ion itsm n T hatI he %%a.s onyini ct itled ltto his chaLI"
p1.'~~~t,- .., ..::lit- i-%ertn K.. s iIt.'%, ;I s i*'11, tor %hait the Ficiricla ele~gatitiii 5tucc'e
Mi1 ss Fl~itki" -Ila"e -.1"IgC tl ii ic the k~~g' ~,ilii'' ,~this is at~erIL.Scin im fomLe .esbiurg diii reg- "- li seui ng orthe stale. He %%tas
L~krget li.'i w~iktyeif et*&ZKS a'4 I %%t15 .I% :i r'd- k1isi'. Iat tilt- 4 iia'ah. Mayor Dzierof i)lkelst. illtssurflinM. hut t'ery busi-
11it; thee.
#-4 the prirze.'.a .., ifl -ter chic-k- L.--sihuzg .itci ifl-'dfll dthern. i i%-like- in the hires-rntiation of his
Th" itl a -ss %ee Iin i".
it t 3Ii~Mdlii'hl~ghiii il Ii-ik~lSILVER TEA Mrs *W.rc1r.. nil sal hecattlejjupiithis.'af- tI
t.II-ilcileik tiiIiI At'e'111.1 to visit hei'he o~tht-r sJliokerls if his rct-'i'c c'.sh..w -
ititi. the' *ivikikgi V.o wh-1e ek t." ie-1 aught that .li-l not sustatLin what lie
* -ic..n ai..I fctit i s'e* S'?V-1 to ti.. te- 11. al'Iie .s 4-f t i*lj-.;'is'* .aIcliurch tnmi-her. 3Mr s. Fanie RicP. 4 ;lkry said. H le was willing to. step i tlimitand1.
liha.t cif ci:'111k iii.%:AS ts 51- ie loo r t -. o ot. lt out if it did. he trutste-"lthe i.'1-
irrmatiI.cs. Iiae'"i'laV ite'niikci~il. .l Mrs..I .It .Itaiites :i~l lstina, gu-sts tof Mr. i a hy'i
*' rop" Ii o t tu' -l 'c.l lii ..icilil di in hm ease as th y i~ %i ill
liiik hu atIt. 3.1likeN-Ahi.'4itl.'fio-In :,too #I; ..*-l...k. Pl'litatitsnei-ia sco K. i''. Smithithe ftiii'e hut utoth'it %inIiter.'. ether.'i by 13returninag him finr :i 5s-I)!!
catt- h A h i ihl iL ~n'liii'k.alli iii.]teii iiiIake' cc-iIntV and termlt.
st'Spe.'ial Iy fin the- litlt Ic a ite' Iiklan- a ut11f %ill slie'itcia tileithI here
sustsIs-e 11e 31..isltc'i 'eI"r geicel niaht a %ilfliis 'irtiinn fiIh -Cngressmantt R. Wi. Duvis wusL the-
.411. V.-iI-Ith'oi a 'ay honit. 140lii a alt ejit5 .ii i kil itt I iil il l' ix-t shii-iikker. He is I a ikkli'l.Ltt fo
the' .1:4ii i 11g oil'aiiotier h hhaltle3' p ji.ll. 4 *41ttve-y~i ie'!%%.ill tie proId'. Ieltoi A POINTER gs.o'eriaor. tit-'told tseveral amusing
__________.i1'ft ln h ictt.slttele..tiestorties. re;a.t!Iextracts freonit the lbeP4miek
SEWING MACHINES ..too 1 te-ihls *-cI,%ij% .a .to thiise iinllneedI of .f 'N. 144m air ii%%ho. is also, a can' ii-L~itI

Iton' luny a: i,' i iiiachiiin mtil Vyou
tl.1v, ?.- 'l ;IlIl 1t:i.*l Ithe Ibl0t rultIinIt g
N.-%\ lHon. for lhwy :ar;i st itly up-to-
'!:it., :an.Il gu;ai:inlate-. to 1'l:ias'41 you in
S**\ t Iy p.trticult. 0 I'ri s.ile i by thle 4t),-ala
i *.. f. .. . .. ..f

Thie e* x.-'ll.nitl ig.a s m.,d- 1 .y Ch:i- les *. ':", '- "c ....,,. ..
P*e%-r. the- Alilo l,<,o, anll t;i nd itl y-
.1++'. iss Matti- Houi.h. \w ho h.i.s l- n
al. 4 .a a Il'I lai.! :It the- 4.4cala News Cco.
iht- gul-st oif Mrs. Ed '.i1 lt ichiel fior
th,' \\ illt !'. h.k l I turt>l-'l .lI I 'T horill in
S i.,. '\ K .i. .-'. ~inI, liilik~e< kilter-vs'
S. nieio .l Srillgs. Ala. Miss Holiugh is- .i
hI: S rn t g. yoll nli*g lily :al a h:as i l.,,1.-
... __ t .in'y fii-' ei.s \ hil, iin th ity. \\ ,ho .it.'
.s t.'i t .it th' i' ,stI*flic.' rug- looi kinr t'orx.trdl to h:r il-tuin n S.iilter .
tll. th' he thlin of ili t e hit kind ever
e htloi'.,., I tll .' ity. ,
lo I,,. p .ii ..i ithoilh lut< I.... hi,'. I TEN CENTS. AT THE BOSTON
.- -- -.- STORE.
Received Daily - -
Pok. 1 Ot CWA_ A L tPfn S TlDar . .. .. . ..

.Ill" A

ity J h~iclate'Iw .1kb. li-ird the case54
"I'itiZg iu it hcetit a lc*t~.thi-
S. %.I At'c''Ihe'e''. $I[,.I tillcI iM4in ISayl
Ia&. Mit. UWi3 yitil~lwk aIil-ar-It

--- i l ik, ti' ith.'-f- se.
M I \I .e i c. I ts o Itfs I-.-,I s m l'i%- i
,.i t a th ..- 1 a "'sI pk l., *. i itr l inlc -s i ,
,o, ti' .t i *,1 in. h\'".- lr t il\ fii .-in in
t -I 111.1
. \\ \ *',",..' w o h Is -n 1
1t. ,' t ;..1 \.". .-i.k<. i t;lli- i T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler'e
-i,. i,',,:!' \' -. .1 c" p',,': I ct i ,',' k .'a ndy. 'resh Shipnents Received
' I i'I I. "1 >s. .ix I lYt. .t'l il- _______ _if

. the i aest of

I -' T .g | o 4ph. No. 3.
.X .. +% t, \' i ..-i' i t ..t u' ,.el-

t t tot i l '' Room 12. Merchants' Block. Ocala. Fla.
. i ,No. 1. -For the Best Ho e in the Cityt
I 1't ee l'k 'ok. h ;k n House
: i 3: ; l .A... ::..*I d at Iv 1 le blh c. k
-' '::* I'c. In i-c .. i.... ~S- v REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

S :' t 'j No. 2. -Beautiful McConnel grove :
..; ,- ; 1 '.i:, lot. -For the Benst Home in the Cityfor

:- ,~ -t- 'n- ih o kI' t:'. ft Si t ,e. H to t- h.t
H .- ... i h *.-*, ,.*\ '* Ni: 'N .Gi\ They \iI go quwck.
: i.:-\ it., l; h.., i '',;v No. 3.-Good 6-room house., and lot

Stationery Goods
l'zitf. M. i'.ill gth' th s i,1.ti lith s. hiool \\%'. hi\i. ; tin .issort-
.is :gre'e. .l s Iat is.. I thi s Ili nlig lI i .Illt thai t ,c..alliit l,
,y a .l isit t'roI ll Ilis lirolth, '. All M l in.
etii+tillel ilk lII t Iwn.
S'.ill. \\ ho, is "1n hli \:.. st I iilikllii.t ,l
cet hi.siu n's< ,:ilt s, **1i[r I ':of .- L e- 1 \Py Artic i cl' in mlirt
S".l is o t.. ll.t i tiln;l .1 ii-. ;,' St,: is th.'- kind
*'xcutiIsicilTon I tlh.' St. Itluis fail. Junie giv,-s sAitisf'a.-
21. Priima try lte.wih iets illlt I- ilnvit'." ti i oie exie-'.'t
alli til-. fllri .Is. of < thl.t etve-rything it.e
llthe il-ietit oif th- i.,te-s. wihl h \iill be
.alut $ -' l.,,liun trip tI St. l.ouis. ima;k- .ll oU %ill matke
lit .1; stlep-eo ;tl i'h. ltt.(tl'tk.i. Th'I' is yo.'u ta t'tte 'r Ius-
ril'. \ ill ii liuet' .initkssion tI, th. f'.iri tilllc'.r, l*url gp iaotsq
griotunds ., i hiot'l hill v \hl. il ln "St- l.ou- ;it,- s,-l.',,t,c- t,.r the
is. This will I, ,- it e o rtunliity of ;i
AlUiility. atiovo all
li'1' titl -' te' .1 i s in islhi' z tc kiii.k '
. h,' tr;. t the' wi .is I.' ir. t-lse. \\'hein that is
.1 .lr .lp Ili;. t' I t ho -\ o |.| s F ,ii.
I st'curtt'l \% e umake
AT TROXLER'S itu 'ri. es su low'
-- th.It i riit i m.y think
Just r.t'eciv'ed .1 fre-sh supply of Huy- th.'. ,I inferior.
t <.in,'li'"s. t.lll-in thmi sotiii e ite r o
I, tInst p .e tioi. \ ill ,lis-
,l,-strialcle t' i tste-r nisvfltics, -

__' that i ,'.id i .itoen*'.
.V' th. pl.-as.tur his ilorlinuIg ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE
of i t-.-.'-itin ft in F'. A. M;nn o itf Sea J. W. Castel, Proprietor,
Itriocok. I, ulo I'. 4.. in ,' lu1sii 'iulikty. OCALA, FLA
.1 o'l y of his iIw\ ioik. :I stoI y 'of
I'ont e ,q lt'..l. \t. h.., n,,h. te.t li.d t itt-> No ITI t- ex.iiil it. blut \\ill l.iter. a ii: t-! t i ; L'., e- to S-ll M iti"o's LanId.
our iitprtessiions. .11. M.intn is ,on.- ,Iof Noti>c is he reby givt-n on the 2lth
the owel liMLta l-it.t s ,.f the- stAt.. h.iving ; la-y of M.1ii.h. A. Ii. 1:4-4. I will apply to
.. ,n ,on,. -, t., \ with i num b.,r of Ilp rs' : "i i .tl, K..b.:t Iulloi k. -ounty
ht-rilug th- l.tst t -1n. y-t'-. 3..., :s h- J'iu! ii 111 1 i f-ir M. tri.on county. st.ite
is .1 \-',y fori eful utitlt. :ind h .is .. o"f li ,-! ;it his oCffi,. in a .il.i. in
\..t. hi itU! h .itt-1%,i;lo to th.'-. ly his- ".i iil:ity,. fo" tt> cr ei-r auth,,ri/z.Ig
ItI:y ,cif t'l itl. li \ lt l l,h1i.i-. ;i., t ,pt i au.tird .!i oif th m initr heirs of
ill sii', -i- th.iLk ks fwo ,. t y o-f his the .-st.t. of i I..auL .. I. Th'Iit..s. .te- .eas-
it. .- % ,rk. W ,- ki itiknow i- \\ il *' .., it I. to. ,:! .s t ;! livit'. s.1- th.- oi;,,o itig

i\ th l ,-llp .Sur,-. c

New Line of
-Just Received at-
.1: J .M M.ith, .s -f th ,.F.nngi.T,,
.1t h:s I t -

\VANT -I* --M i :, *-. ,

\V : c:..'. ", '- --
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t I" M 'I '11" 1 1 Z -tk T I!' 51 1 ,t* Lt Se.IcI.I

V-.~~~ 17. s. nat'-' 2. '. It 'e lit 1! t 1
*~ ~~~~s i-tu :~~.tet.e51t h th irteen

-. .,t:-i.-: top:: atin 't he '-W n it e .i

t. s..1: L-1-ctie-z es i f 'he
f F--1.1- ---4
'r to oz',-' r.5. %ni F:t .cf

!'or ove"- i no1 Vot'i ntin n i :t .k;ty
thilt 1nr,'!- th.* house tie:ir with l:ui.h-
ter. If laughter \\ais in indicitiopn of
v t.t-s. th'-n .MlN I iavis is .,lri,. %y el,' t-
l:x-Sn:iltor '.ill Mi, .M'-ssis. Spirk- .>itol M 'N .ii- 1.. ,. s- till t,, l.
h,'Iardl fIro11. No0 doubt a lliet-ting%% \ill
be held at the 'court hoiuse- tonight.
Th- (ld Fr+ellows u ill mit-t titnight .it
th- M;asonic tlemlple. As 4ran! til Ml:-ter
4 'onr'lalt!n (i Irinin Sdc-retary I'uashlInt n
a;ir' her' ;land will nieet \with the- I.'ge.
i full atte-n'lanio- is desirei.
Sticky fly paptr aini ilor i ax. Fresh
stock Just received.* Tydings & Co..
Sphoine No. 3).
FIO R SAL 3- 41-1* tI.l-s of hiy iat *r-,
anI ; l.tak-. IFla. J. H. Mch 'lyvnl,-.
* *i :ill IFla.
F DIR SA I. -S* arost of virgin pini
la!ndl. a;blout Ia iIt- -; etat of Anthy.i'.
Will be sold th-;tap if take-n within tth-
nwxt nolnth. Inquire of tile Sta.t offw, -.
Judg- V. J. J. 'iti t tlii .ii! ;D i;.t,-kin.
S.mti,,ii th- I n-:titig pult li, i-pi it-, mni-n
"f IDunn,-lloii. \\ r, in th, ity tl.,"
itc hi-tar th- slpeaking.

lo*, .Il rEI -p n It. i tI f.\I-s ft I: M "!i:.
M.l;a :iazin''. Lit' -'ie *' infiti ,iikc .. .t' h
i., i/.z s. \ ite- J. N. T!.!in 141 4 1 F
St.. N-% Yr..k. N. Y.
Iu r. 3.1 M. p.'Ik i ilk. lrit'dskm :
1f' 1 th: l t ;' \ t !h ..
| *lou -s t t r: rI i: I. .!ito. .! r tli .!; ,- 1 I'"
hits !: I: H Yo,- .. y ."kf Tain j ..

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25 Magnolia Street.

Phosphate, Mining and Washing


3. Eaton

Ms. Hicks old Staad.


Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Stneys, Canag


Building Materials, Every Kind and Deschptiss


Phosphate Plants Installed Complete

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Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchers


B. Phillips, General Manager, Ocala House, Ocala Fla.


All of our Spring Goods are now
on Display. We have the finest
line of Millinery in the city.

Call and see ms.

Lucie F.


Mlakei q>f the"

Highest Grade 5c. Cigar

In Five Sizes

CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor
Orala. F'lorida.


Ocala, Florida










Ocala Evening Star, Saturday, April 2, 1904

JleTo. I. T. vO@JPKIN

Announces her



Friday, April st and Satrday the 2nd.

The Ladies are invited to call. Elegance of
style, and beautiful designs will more than make
uo for the delay.

Si. Tmmpkis wil tae pleasure in showing you he
tockfk Easter Hats.


At the City Market

Frash Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable!

in Season *

City and Country Trade Solicited

Fm Dsl"-

Phone 121.

O0 711i7 HHD IT!ORE


Staple and Fancy Groceries Delivered

to all Parts of the City

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a I.
Commercial Bank 0



-- $50.ooo000.00 oo









Meuchants Block.



Sp Sale


Mrs. A. L. Izar. "ho with the care
and love only a mother can giv-. has
just nursed her littl- boy through :a
Ie -ig"- of th.- m-tD-slas. i.a now; si, k with
1 sam- Jt.e-ase-.

Nunnally's Can-lies-we are agents
received fresh by express the 'lay after
i It made. The Postoffit'e Drugstore.

Th Sun.lay school classes of Mrs.
W. A. -,oin ;iar' Mrs. S. A. Standley
j i .-rc- tr-:ttil t, t a .n pl i. t iv.-r
SS;r angs ye-sterlay.

If you wish a good drink of milk.
try the Ocala Jersey Creamery. Pure
Smilk. Delivery made every morning.
D. M. Boney, proprietor.

Mirs. Herry Hiss anld *l:tuht-r. Mil-
d: e-l., of Eastt I ( rig-. N. 3. J.. \h h:t .-
b--n the guests of Miss. Esth.-r WV.-ath-
S-ris for the- past month. returun-,r h-'nt

Fol.-'s Hsoney and Tar c.ontaiins no
Sorpiates. and will not constipated lik*
nearly all other cough medicines. Re--
fus-e substitutes. Sol-d by the Postof-
fie<- Drugstore.

Maurice Crown. a youth of fifteen
years. died at his home in T:nmpa on
Thursday. His brother. M.yer 'Crown.
brought the- remains to I th-y

Iwere- interre-Id in the Je-'ish ..-m-t-ry. a Sunday liornirg. fully rle-d. lawnl
This family formn-rly re-idei- he-re-. sleeves and all. autl plasi.,rg the l.-'.w
where the old lady sat. he would pl-se
Nothing as good for connoisseurs as and give tier th- "kis-i of s a efre
a Grand Royal 10c. cigar. Sold by all all the votgregation. and this although
he had met tier at breakfast.
principal dealer. Hi sermons, too. were racy. Preach-
lug aiaiust d;lx,,n,.sty. ep+'cially in
Mr. and Mrs. Jack De-niy are occu- i horseflesh, It. ont of the great Engli-
pying what is known as the Rowwell failings in Indlia. L.- we-nt eon. "'Nor are,
cottage on Ocklawaha avenue. Mr. we. servant, nof tl.e altar. free froln
Iw-nby is an up-to-date- salesman of yielding to thiG tem-rptati.inl." I'eintiug
the Marion Hardware Company. to the- oce''uiant ilf tIh- reading de..k be-
low hium. "There is my de-ar and vnu-
erable brother. t!..- ar.tlrlea.ou, down
I will sell you a home cheap, and on ther. Is i-l..,.e. ef it He
easy terms. F. W. Ditto. Merchants' one sold me a o t'. It was unsound.
block. Ocala, Fla. *I was a stranger and ihe took we in.'"

We l1-arn from the Gainesville Sun How lels Spawn.
that Mr. Turner Brewer of that city Eels spuiwn like othe!ir fishes. For
has connected himself with Abe Brown long. Ih'owever, the umiot re.iuarkable-
'and Brother a.s traveling salesman. th lM-rie w "re l*-Id a, to their lrith
The- Sun speaks very highly of Mr. and Oepr-g f the i mud. be'i' wal that .,y hl
sprang froet in mud. A ;'I al lln-oy lIe'oi
Mrs. Brewer. Mrs. Brewer arrived-' in that young el d,..v.ied tiurni frag-
(h ala Thursday. ments sepl-aratetl f'roi their i.;:relit.' \
bodies Iby the rulbblin;g against r",cks.
'I have been subject to s.i:ttic rheu- One old aitthior noIt 1only declared that
r atism for years." says E. II. Waldron. they 'aine froati May dew.. lbutl gave lthe
(of Wilton Junction. Iowa. "My joints following recip-e ftlr producing Ithe-i:
%ere stiff and gave me much pain and !'t'ut tip tw turf r,,ver'l wit May
,'-omfort. My joints \\o)uli crack! d(w and ia thiy ei"rei erati' 1the.
I the gras-zy sides Inw:irdl. and tli'-n ex-
Stwhin I straighte-ne.d up. I used -Chaan- e tha to the het ,,f the n. Il a
berlin's Pain Balm and have been j few hours there will -opri 'n froii than
thoroughly cured. Have not had a an infinite quantity eof -els."
pain or ache from the old trouble for
niany months. It is certainly a most Two Differently Trastated Brethren
1 wonlerful liniment." For sale by all The deveholuient of naatu**i tnler the
Druggists. influetle of foreign enviroiniient is
shown in the experience of a lawyer
who was en|leavorin.: to locate the.
Yesterday afternoon the Daught-rs heirs of a tG-ermana family naimed
of the C'onf-4e1eracy gave an E.aster -rg"! Kline, who had lbeoin over he-re scaree-
hunt in the- Gary grove oni Fo t King ly more than a generation. Twio broth
ave.nue. About fifty chil-.liren parti'i- ers were suppposed to he their sole d1 e-
I pated. and had a v.-ry e-njoyable tlinme. scenldants and he finally found one- li
Saun Francisco under lt.e iaint of
;is the labors of each chili, .er- e- Sa rancisc, it
tie and the oot; -r in I-,-taei krnowT n as
.'rdaied by finding that whi-h it sought. r. Small.- BItetc lc..-rd.
Ml-slameines Ilake. Harris. e;,ttlieb and
Misses Joe Williams a,, Loucvlla G;ary The W'at.hbful One.
Shai ch.arge- of the hunt. "Now. "'liuinm.'" -.,!,i :i *,.rt:iii bish-
op0 after taki nL h:'s N.,rvatit to ta.! I
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH oue morning. "Vh e is it tthat sees :ill
we do and hears all we tsay aind kuo\iio
all we think and who regards even inme
"*ur little daughter had an almost i.. ..... h;.I .....i ..... t ..;i..

fatal attack of wh, hoping cough and
Sbronchitis." write-s Mrs. W. K. Havi-
Sland. of Armn.,nk. N. Y.. "but .when all
other remedies faileil we saved her life*
with Dr. King's New Discovery. Oud

& s nice. who had ('consumption in an ad-
o01 f ew ing iV AC t tes v-at'ni.11 stage. also use, this wonler-
ful,-ine. and! today she is oper-
We hawe a large number of sewing machines that have been used-.some f-.-tly -411.." cesperaite throat and.
>but little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have lna- dli -as.s yi,.l,! toe Dr. King's New O
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re- l.iso-\-ry as to no other mediciine ,on
placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried .-a1 th. Infallilile fer Coughs and A'Col-s.
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be owen Soc. and $1 tottles guarantee-,d by the
and tried, if desired. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Trial bot-
We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12 ties free.
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and Wil.
en-" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment. FIFTEEN CENT AND TWEN-
Graphophones and Records. A Graphophone and 6 Records for $65. TY CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR


Fumrite and House Furnishing Goods at






S First Class Meals

-*. Oysters in all Styles


Dimtag Room open until midnight. Personal
atteattoa given to special orders, anything
the market ofers prepared for the table on

Dmmb Walter Connects With Bar


Fromna Friday's Daily.
Tax Deed Utid,-r Section a of
te-r 4-'>b. La'.\s of Florida.

F'c R

NINotic'- is hereby given that S. R. Pyles.
punr ihaser of tax certiiflkate No. 1.l1.
dalt.-,i the 1st day of July. A. D. DA'l.
ht1. til-1 icerttii,.tate Iar a1y offItce.
anl h.Is made application fi,: tax decl
to issue in ae.1i.i- .'u i! h l l
a a nti a .ite' e .-!r':i-.'s the -f 'l-1,\ ing .**-
s.'etl p':opIe:ty situ'.i.t-- ian Mt:" in
, ,*u n;.ty l',,, i.i a to \' t; Nt s ..
s,-+ t,,3 el, I r 22. Th.- s..:-I la:., bL.-
i; .iss ss.- it the I m if Cf th- i 's!--
ai;i of su,-h hiti. .at. ;:; "Th t- '.n ,
Iunkl.o, !r. l';it-S s. !, -!t i, t- s'.h.i:;
ee : ee-I.-n I as ..: -ane to !..i T i\ .-*-
I :11 issue th,1":01n on t -, 'tht *!.IAy -f
A;:il A. I. 1''4.
n\';y!u '.>y 0,in ,,'. th:; :< the ': '..y .' I t: N I .A I*.
,l-4. S. T. S :- '".:k.
Cl':-k Cir. uit ',.-u t. M ". '.'.. *',. Fi..

N 'TI'K **-'I APPI'.I"ATI' *N F* 'R
Tax 1'-" I.': i- : .,- ::,,n .: h.a;,-
1 ... T . .. L . .

iun my is. ',-s r9 ues as LJUL av i i
worm of the dust?"
And Tholrias replied. "The uissus,
ulr."-London Gilobe.

One secret act of self denial, one siac
riflce of inclination to duty. Is worth
all the mere good thoughts. warm fct,-
1'ga. pa.aionlate prayers. In wLhjt"
some people indulge themselves.-I'c
trolt News-Tribune.



No appetite. loss of strength.
nervousness, headache. constipation,
bad breath, general debility, sour ris-
ings, and catarrh of the stomach are
all due to indigestion. Kodol cures
Indigestion. This new discovery repre-
sents the natural juices of digestion
as they ex:st in a healthy stomach.
combined with the greatest known t: :
and reconstructive properties. Kz;:',
Dyspepsia Care does not on'y cure i:.-
d:gestion a.d dyspersia. tut t-:s fa-cus
remedy cures a.i stomach t.:: by
cleansi:-.g. pur..yi:.g. s 'eeter....; a:.d the mucous
hling the stomach.




t Is a Test of Periect Ulgetlomi In
Nearly All .(mm.
Milk is kn;,a, u t- t. .*-f th.' few
cOu.ple.-te r, ,,l-S. It ,.,:i.i.:;.> tL,- t',,e-. .p td Iftt ,r h.'.:.- -'e.elieh s
aid sLUstaiLjS tL- Lr-at '" ILt', *-;!.v.
The tilk of d.t e-r.: *- .. --.- ,f ..iu-

to #uit the ,l-,1_-reit r ..: ,r;;. "'- ,
mare's i t.k Is r;, Ler i '. b;
lacking in ipr,,-.n coii.ita rd witth
cow's milk.
Another fact ,of inter.-'t c.,,n-cte-l
with milk is found in tL- .liri. uIlty
with wLi,.h ,iiift pTr-r. l- I:.zit i,..n
mlk. It is sauf- t" .-.-.. tlt L.,uiel
any urghn. -e,-retion ,r .i---t:\- 'ut'-e
fall to e-rf-trm i:s f:ee- ii:yv theL- '.k
consumed will not 1ie ir-.,erily l!:--t-
ed. The- r,-asoni fr tLi,? is s:.tpl.-
M ilk 'rital:t'. : 'i-iL :t vatr:.;tvy of r">:-;
pounds thL t ;ai i,,-.rT .r:; *,f te!- '.:.---s
tire sy-tein; aire ; l it-e . .'t:'y f.
the- dige'sti-.'n ,f thj-e v'.ri-I ,.le:..-'--
The gastric juice a;t:.'. ks the- ,*..
matter; the la'n.;rvati,- a ;in i:,
Juices ilige-st thle n.u.airs- :at l f:itzi. TL!s
takes the milk th!ru.rh the st,,::ta'h.
the'i intestinee, into t'ihe l:r.;r- .n
testiue. The- lower inte-tin:e -.l. P *
wood titer also. T lhi- .!l.,n.- of :;il tl:'-
forms i,f fm-ml nutrients is nt found in
milk. Reve-;i-s of tif fa:.'- al-.,.v, .tat-
ed the a:til:y t, ir;:ink n:..:k !- : t st
of perfect digeiti,,n in e-:ary ;tal! -ase's

Am Eccentric Blahop.
Bishop Wil-o-n f il'al itTu as
bousekeewfr a vpne-rah!e- laty who re.
meml.4-red the du-el l.-tweeii Sir I'hilip
Francis and Warren llHatinrg. on A'uz.
17. 17 (ot. tin en',riang the- catha-edral on




22 Pounds Good Rice


"Presto"--A prepared flour, saves a

fourth of the expenses, half the troJble

and all the anxiety of pastry and biscuit
m. .in*g.




COLD then


So many people who, have apparently recovered from a cold
are stricken with 'n umoniat. This is due to the fact that the
bronchial tubes and !rnn_. are in a wrakned condition and unable
to resist that terrible, d:-,.-c. OP.AAC. t',e greatest throat and lung
reme-dy, will kill a c',! in tw n'-Yfour hours. I'hysicians are con-
stantly prescribin- an.! r''ndin-., ( )paac to their patients, as it
IS purely Vege'tal)!. never ca'us'int thai t nau aedting effect which
follow quinine and father drugs containing opiates.

PAAC .Cures a Cold

Sin 24 Hours


A Sure Cure for LaGrippe, Catarrh, Colds. Coughs, Cro
Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Whooping Cough, Nouralgia; mnd
Prevents Pneumonia and Conissptlon.
Thi:s wv n1.- :' r nie.!v wa-.' n<,t di-cov-red by accident, but
is the re-,::: f :: ., in -t.- .ion iy a prominent physician
af'-r m :y '.s t a:d la:.r. .\.l dl.n~'-ous ingredients,
.'u:c:.. s ,f :-. A ,n A! :,ru rr,.'- to br-ak up in a few
heurs a;.y ,,-'. : r ,'_ t::-..- -? :i:p:,:n, nit o'-,, 1. lng rn elected.

Buy a Box Today.

Gives Health to the ick and
Strength to the Week.
Bottes only Si 00 Stze hldi 2% S imes
:he truil sue. which e .set r 5c c.
Prepared by B. C. DeWitt & Co., CUmcago.

Price 25c.

Be ure v'Oi I. t.e Ir. n:'e. If 'r druist does not have
it, stand u-' y,.ur n<:r' a:.i: a ..ress lir tr'-c sa:jp!e.

IRVING DRUG COMPANY, Philadelphia, Pu.
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE. Oca;a. Fla.. J. W. CASTEL. Propriet. r.

\'e .eea-i. 2:: .: tu., ;nme or the 2est Beef, 'oik. Mutton and
S'u-. .e:7 :.c : ( iane in -'eaon. Fresh Vegetabies, etc.
Ca-e:. .::cr:.. :to ,-iers an :.:ck de':verv made.
'ITY MARKET W I JONES. Proprietor.

--t ttA4. -* OYC - ------------
t4I fr IULTro

Tnw VQ., Vr m~n--y t o.- th- s,.. e-i rent tof the
Ns:. A.: t 52, '"Z,04 r.- I: !:.Ag *f W ec, Y ersand ferns,
.-~'.- -> *-;'.: -1' :.y : :1 t h.mrrisa of r:..u ha~d at
'.V a.~:.- H...i-- E:.......If Y. st-tk sty>-.. j--.i.iy and price.

E. K. NELSON & CO-. Merchants' Block

* li h ae.. m tw 1 eab o w b b e
Sr."4 cswafte'M. mmd d I -a ee a
I',&r mi.i.ain, ywsbaitai I soed coowm-a
*ul' we -.u-t-14 4ye" tmah "m"%ftipilo ?.momY~
g~.eI am .?t~e f%. tim albth's
CA& ;e eaw ,m b 4a Ibu~ fsmpie hmmty
& p i. loorg. Snmue.

hImo "Oda


ev. J. IL A. Keels.t idlr


MLt Moriah BapWt Church
(Dr. D. H. Browa. Pastor.)
9:30 a. m.-B T. P. U.
11 a. m. -Services.
3 p. m.-Sunaday school.
7:30 p. m--Preaching by pastor.

Mt. Zion A. M. f. Church
(Rev. R. S. Quarter-ma Pastor)
9:30 a. m.-Sunday school
11 a. m.-Special services.
3.30 p. m.-Easter exercises.
7.3" p. m.-Preaching by pustor. .in.

Covenant Baptist Church
iRev. R N. Countee, Pastor.)
11 a. m.-Preachint by pastor.
3t' p. m.-S-ervice.s.
.3t, p. m.-S"ps.ial .rvi,'e".

St. James P. Chure
(T. L. McCoy. Lay Reader.)
9 a. m.-Sunday School.
11 a. m.-Servis-*.
3 Ip. m.- Ea.ster sermon.

Second Baptist Church
11 a. m.-Preaching.
3 p. mi. S-erv ices.
7:30 p. m.-Services.
Zion M. E. Church
(Rev. W. 0. Bartley. Pastor.)
9 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Ea uter exercises.
3 p. mn.-Pre;ac'hirtg and communiol.
7. 3' p. m.- Preathing by p.tstor.

t New Zion Baptist Church
9 a. n.-B. Y. P. U.
3 p. m.-Sunday school.
7.30o p. m.-Preaching.

The Great Easter Show
Ocala's gre.tatest F-lster exhibition of
the latest 'reation in La'die.' .Misses
and children'ss Hats >of every dle rip-
tlion. atnd o;tala's greatest an, largest
tle-,ton of -rFlowers. Foliage. 'hiffeons.
SVe-ilings. Ribtbeeis. Mourning <<4oo.-.
Bridal Veiling. et-'.. will commence
Thursday. the t4th Inst. Tou are cor-
dially invite-. to call and inepec't the
largest and prettiest line *f Hats and
High Art Millinery Goods ever shown
in Ocala.
Broa.lway Millinery Store.

Now Is the* time for every clore, 1c
c citizen to prepare to secure a home '
for himself. The auction sale in the!
W\Vest En1i will give them this oppor-
tunity. Ther*- they can buy lots or
house sand lots at their own price, or
pay for them on the installment plan.
\which w ill I. N -equivalent to) paying
rent. and in a. few year stho-y i ill be
i owning homines #f their own. N,-xt Fri-)
Slay at th*- auction s:all. will be the ,op-
Holy communion at St. James Kjpi.i-
to:pal church tomorrow morning at ,
o'h lok by Dr. Littl*-. and pec'ialK F.m-
ter sermrona tt :i i. m. You :ar- invite.l
t., a;tt.nnl. ,

The handsomest line o' juffets ehl- MonoMl y l'rumtore.
na closets, dining room nailrs and a- -- --
bles, rocking chairs, reception chairs.
ets.. that this portion of the state has
ever seen just received by Melver & C a 0 0tD
*: acKay.
Let every church member he found ;
at his post oef duty tomorrow. EAL ESTATE ANP INSURANCE
*#'*ill and see the all round hustler. F. W. Ditto, Room 12, Merhaelaj
W. M. IGordon,. Clothes cleaned., press- B1ock. Osala, Fla6,
Se-l. dyed. etc. Terms reasonable. Per- For lec t build on,. fre 10to 50; .
fect satisfaction. Sjlenee-r block. toe live- in. from T.5 too StO nO.
Fatlana'a is th- e to pg-t choi Se ,, Some ,of theos- xo for ash .I.LJ 1ome
gro-riets anld marketing. a,n easy te-rms. I %arrant l11 titles.
Ion't forget'o's stall. Noe. 7 city CALL AT 4N'E
i marke-t.
L. Groen. the lightning shaver. 'all
and try his shave and hair cut and you L A LEX A ND A ER
will always come. Shave. 10r.; hair
cut. .54'.: honing ra.rtor. 2c.: concave Pr**nical
razor. .-l. All ,ork first class. No A
long delayss.; t'o e'hair. Next door to
.Alberstine Smith, on Wet Broadway. 4"Careful estimates made on all vontraet
r S work. Giv-4s more and better work f6
K--p in me-mory the- exercises at the money than any other mar tS
Howui,l1 A. ademy Monnda night. Th' towt.
progar.>m ; in ye-trday'.L issue.
A Lr'.it tiff- is e-xi "- t-d". A-.irausicirn. i
I.,- -is. A. Coly-r B
'.ill .tn, -nrijoy yvours-Ilf at th RP.*I
*'r,'.-s Pharm.ta y's fourth. i,l dIrinks- M A m
-of ill kinds. -tc. Presv riptions c<.re-
S in PrHave in .st(ok one of the finest assort-
fully orn(,ound-,d. Wen-t Bro %la>y.
-t ment. of s.uings for holiday suits
S;,.-...l .-rvi-s .. tt 'ov-n.nt -, hurch ever pre-ente-d to the O:-ala public.
tmrro. .-rning at 7 S.tyle and fit guaranteed.. Cleaning.
dyeing and repairing neatly dome. 1all
Just Received and winter suitings to your likiag.

The- P roa-lay Millinery Store has
just re. 'n-. from th- minllne-ry t'-r ;inoth-r .shi;.m-nt of o reaction's l.t-
-st irn a.tlkirg an-d e.'ady-t,-W-:ar fr ,i li-' ,tr-.l m;. e -. Everybody
;t .ilk'na .,l.<,ut our Ir*-tty Ready-to-
VW-.r Hat.s. Yj-u should se-- th-m.

.,te-r 4-r'.i- -. ,1t Z:.,n .M h'i'- h
,".'.r''.;i m ,' a.t II lo 1,, k .k nl
*.rr.';'i;' '.,. ;at .! p.- rii.
*Fin- ro*h htil v -ry o-th-" -ay at
T-,.mikins' .tail. No. 1*. city m.rke-T.
SI:.i-r --.r. --s .T Mt. Zioner A M. F.
hur h th.rnrrr'oe ,ifternoor, at 3 o, 1,- k.
*Fr-esh water bream and trout, salt
S.a ter trout. *h,-phead an-d bass. and
* .:i:t 'ru-.! mullet and- fresh oysters at

Best suits for the money in tows. In-
,D-'tion .o:icited. No. 3, North Main
St. two doors north of Ocala Ilotuie,

N', ,Tic F 4c, APP I< ".\Tl ,N e ,KF
T:It '--I I'n.l*-- S".m t:, n a 4'f 'h: r-
4r 4'-, I- .q" eof Il-'. .r.i..
Not.- I h-i-by c;v.-n tha L. Horn,-.
K. V H ,: r.-. J. P. N-,rm.,Y,. Jr.. and
G'. A. P-r.-x'. -. y. o- -.t-i'nr-r4 'jAlor the
frrr ri.irrn- of H,,rn-. N-,rm:an .an- *'..
'0,jr. h..e, r o ,,'f tax -rt;r ..ates No. ls4#1,
'1-l. r-'7. l'n" .atel r ln- amh day of
.\Augus t. .A. I. l'"*, .rnd e'rtifia.t e
2.' 4I ,.T.l e1 April 'o. 1 2'". tiled
s:i ,Io '-rtifi *it--s in ivy offi,- .and have
in* l att.i i i.itsioan f,,r t .x -1i to issuet
;n ::orlr.ian. w:th la-A. Sai-l *.-ertifl-

w wr MW 'omrWI wF WMW


1f*> Pa11 .Pai. ni. ?br .r. ]M 35C ?DCs.
@*M i bulb Tb. --uine mbisn mmp" % C" C.
rlod l so cae oi r ynmr l, soy ba tk.
a fsRia *meay C&. Cagca eor N.Y. b

while and consider. Tou may " .
.shroud. and your soul mninu.s* robe
MiswMamie Brow n of T.inpa Ls in the
city visiting rel.alives
Mrs.'n leave tl-l;y he rv.-ry .itck .iv.ter. M-. ..til-

Misti tGertrude Mobley of 'olumbia.4
C. a'.. .s opening quite a pleasant time
with Mrs. V. B. C'olyer. She ,'onte-m-
plates returning home in a fe% *di:lys.
Miss Addie Harvey returned from
Spar rr ye-te-day
Re-v. \V '* l.rtl.-v w" ii Tr-:,' ,i .1 spe-
. i., ** n t.,mn.rr,.. niaght The'ime
A ,u.-tr. n'.+,k-e'>l i.. .ith.r e ..I. maln.
.inace-l.s o .e-\ il. l.e.t all .A ttr-n*
The re-\ st-rvi.e-s .:t .Mt. Zion A.
M. F. church >ent nue-s \with much in-
terest -fiVe e onverts. Tomorrow's ser-
vi~'t- ttill be- glorious. e anticipate.
Let .iA lattt-ni.
Rev. J. F. .\ Keeler. our e- .to>r. left to notel ';tt t s e. l.tal r 1r it tt
hi. hur h .it He-rn.a:do teoniorrow. .A
grand rally ii on.
*J. W. Howar-d. the swift barber and
smooth shaver. has now opened shop
opposite l.iddon's stables. and will rive
you first class work at regular prk-e:
ministers at cut rates. viz: shave. 10t..
hair cut and *have. .*'. Open from
4:3,0 a. m. until !:30 p. m.: Siaturdays.
open until 11:3it p. m. Give him a tr!aL
Mrs.. l:,.' h. I 'hilli-.%. \h ,,h ha; l. ,-n
s;' *,nlirg .a hale .it P'.iim i ':-.i h. re-
turne-d tiloteit- -'ste-rdaii. mu. h e'liig't-ll
%with her trip.
*Call at the Mark House for com-
fortable lodging and board at reasoam
ble rates. West Broadway
W hoipw ysou %\ill\ no.t gati- us a. lot
tf excuse-4 \\hen we ':all.


Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age
llerbine. taken every morning before
breakfast, will kee-p you in robust
belth fit you to ward off dis-ease. It
cures coinstti;ation. biliousiie-',s. dyspep-
*ia. fever. skin. liver and kid-ney com-
plaints. It purit'ie-s the bljo,.d andl
,'le-.irs the- ,mploxiohn. Mrs. 1). W.
Smith. Whitne-y. Te~xas. writes-. April
:1. Ie'.1' "-I iaiv,- u'ls-, Hllrlpin., and find
it thoe l- .inI liv,-r trouill-. It -.l-e all you
* for it I c in highly i- .,mmaenl
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a twFOR OCALA: EVENING- STAR: Carpentering General AND Repairing and BUILDING ,-;,--"

I Satisfaction Guaranteed

DESSERTIn I I Volume 9, Number 252 OCALA FLORIDA SATURDAY, APRIL 2, J904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year I II I BOX 691 Address OCALA, FLA -jt

all FlavorsNo I I
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trouble to prepare 1-----

o .L--L-. . !.......-!.-. ._!. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 'AN ::
10 i HEARST I _____ 0- IMMENSE Easter Oxfords
cents a Package ; -0 --- _._u___ :'_______ ___-_ :::---- :- ----:- and SandalsMERRIAM'S

Pretzels- 15c a-- -poundSpratt's IN NEW YORKAnd I LIFE INSURANCE POLICY : I II II r. j\ :;; :'!": -py"flc:;: :!',,!.5----: .: ..=.:: '"...-_........-_ :;,o _-.;;':.':'-. -_- __


the Probabilities Are That the I i iI I Carried by Colgate-A Million and a
Dog Biscuits SHOES .a
Former Will Win-Murphy is I' STRAW HATS Half the Largest Amount Carriedby ==- .

+ =
Any ManNew -
Not Bound to Hill

Brook Trout We will sell for the next I,, Pot Misses Children and Boys B't4
and ,
few days line of
a *.
Special to the Star: York. April -The largest insurance i j ,
; Soused Mackerel policy ever taken out by an individual o

democratic Albany X.leaders.T.. rilCp who are working state $1.50 STRAW HATS AT 50 CENTS namely, one for l,5vG.HiO, has' f j II I C"CDca:) "CARMEN TIES"One ... -

just been issued b) the Mutual Life. | 03CD 1
Triscuits lOc with the chief Murphy fora
a pkg. Tammany of this city, to James C. Colgate, banker | Strap Sandal... .. ...... .. .... .......... ... .......... .':'5c. to $1.50 C/ 1

free of expression their preference by New for York the presidency delegates -- They are the latest style come and get one before and financier and member of the 0 x: Three :Strap Sandals. "-'".......... ................... ........ji to $1.75 -- j"

\ ) Ferris Square Break- today, after an analysis of the they are all gone. stock exchange firm of James C. Col- Three Strap Pat Leather.... ........... ............... ..........$1 to $% m ;t
and Co.
gate | CDCD
fast Bacon returns from county conventions thus j Following its conservative methods ; Thee\\ Style Slipper for Misses,.... .......... ........ ......$1.75 to $SOp J

for held conceded only ISO:; of the 450:; the Mutual Life has reinsured all but IIluu her Oxfords for Girls and Boys... ... ... .......... ........ ... $1 to $3 a
delegates thus far elected to Alton B. !
$25i1.(\ > in other companies. Thus another -s Ladies' Hand Turned Oxfords and San dais in all styles. 1
Cranberry Sauce in Parker and David B. Hill. Revised i iI j THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO. >> )
I figures for the conventions: held yesterday :' name is added to the list of policy c White Canvas Oxfords, for Ladies and Children... ........ ..,.. .$1 to $1.50 COOnyx jQ
bulk and tin counties''i' I. holders including George W. VaniVrbilt i I OQ :
: and today in various
I who carries $I.u uI.Ouu or nn.itiii = 1 1I
demonstrate that Hill and his iron-clad
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the Mutual l.iIV.Nothing i
instructions fore are short nuiny !
votes from the :225:: iM-cssary to control | RHEINAUER
I CHOICE LAND FOR SALE Equal to Chamberlain's Colic & CO.
the stale convention, while the anti- : o
TEAPOT GROCERY Cantaloupe and melon the best varieties -- I
instruction forces expect within a I I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. j
and guaranteed fresh reliable For sale 75 acres of as good land as .

--- --- week to add enough to the 216 send claimed I i Reed. Tydings and Co. j i can be had in Marion county, describ- "We have used Chamberlain's Colic. I' .,,- : _._..._.",, ---s'- --- .; :: .,,' --:"- 't"H'" : -- __ :':- -- :: :- ::
by them after the primaries to an :
unpledged delegation to St. Louis. I jI j ed: W>2 of nwi4, sec 19. tp 19. s, r :22!:! Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our ;

For I ''e: or lying along the Gainesville road family for years," says Mrs. J. B. best
is for Uninstructed Dele TEN CENT EMBROIDERIESFOR Hosiery on earth
YEIH WATCHESAnd Murphy an \ Ij j about 4'2 or five miles from Ocala. Cooke of Xederlands Texas.Ve have ,

gation FIVE CENTS PER YARD. i; Here is a chance for it will be sold given it to all of our children. We

REPAIRSGO Atlantic City. X. J., April .-Chas. | AT THE BOSTON STORE I cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star have used other medicines for the same

V. Murphy, the leader of Tammany | office Ocala. Fla. purpose, but have never found anythingto

TO- Hall denies: that David B. Hill has 1 1I equal Chamberlain's. If you will OCALA

F. G. B. WEIHE I strength enough to organize the X..wI I STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING I THE BEST FAMILY SALVE use it as directed it will always cure."

YOlk convention at Albany. Mr. Murphy I For Sale by all Druggists.A I
The Jeweler IVWitt's Witch Hazel gives instanti II I
is not for Parker and Rays so. .
Ocala Fla., March 18. 1904.;
-- -- -- lelirf from Burns Cuts Bruises Sores, I i
I "Have overtures been made to you I '
i The annual meeting of the stockholders -! Eczema Tetter and all abrasions of CANAL CONVENTIONOf
to agree to a resolution of confident in I
asked. ,I of the Ocala Pair Association will 1 the skin. In buying Witch Hazel Salveit & PACKING GO.
Judge I'arkerT he was
be held the 12th: ol Southern Governors and Business
'.1 am not for instruction and have un Tuesday: : day is only necessary to see that you get
1 April 19U4. at 2:: o'doo'k p. m.. at lib' the genuine, IeWitt's and a cure is cer Men to be Held at Tampa
said s< repeatedly.: ,
rti.}; .4.; " Hill men are strong enoughto I office of the Central National Hank tain. There are many cheap counter- Tampa )Fla.. April _.Governor Jennings ICEWe
'tr ll. f building, (Ocala Fla., fur the purpose' ofelecting
i felts on the market all of which are
s control the ('on.l'ntionO""That while here, stated that he would
o'v a 3i is not to bf l'ul'Ills..d.'h..n ." I I I officers and a board of directors -i i worthless and quite a few are dangeri w i ite the governors and boards of tradeof ,
'' and for the, transaction of such i while I votes Wiuh Hazel Salve
truthin the Southern; States to send
/ dI \\ asked if there was any i
I the report that he would not be for other business as i..ay piopt-ily" come I i is perfectly! harmless and cures. Sold gates to a convention to be 'do.ol.-I beg to announce that
we are
before the meeting. S. T. Sistrunk, byVm.. Anderson.
William Randolph Hearst. Mr. Murphy) I Tampa during the spring festival,
I j Secretary.The .
Y replied: "I'm for the strongest man for I which begins May -, for the purpose of
'r : I NURSE WANTS POSITIONA discussing the Panama canal project deliver the
I the nominee"Do I Place ready to ice to people -
I you think Parker is the strongestman nurse (toni the North who has and its advantages to the Southern
To Find
t before the people?" been nursing in the South this winter States, and how best to develop them.

"Xo" he answered. Rugs Pretty, Frame Mouldings. would like to remain as companion I of Ocala and surrounding country

I.ET I'S IM> THi: WORRYING: to an invalid or to do private GOOD FOR CHILDREN

It's gmtd thing to be able to Hammocks nUI'singtlJ..t''s Mrs. Edna John- I
.1 say ARE YOU A DYSPEPTIC? I Is at J. A. Pittman and Son's.
I son. Kastlake.: Fla. The pleasant to take and harmlessOne
when your propertyis being destroyedby

tile, that you don't fired the niouty.Tin i I If you are a dyspeptic you owe it toyourself i -- - ---. Minute Cough Cure gives immediate Competition is the Life of Trade
osl of and jour friends to get well. relief in all cases of Cough Croup
I and La Grippe because it does not
FIRi: INSURANCK Dyspepsia annoys the dyspeptic's
pass immediately into the stomach but
i is so small that you cannot afford to friends because his disease sours his LUMBERROUGHOR
I takes effect right at the seat of the
The benefits to be derived are disposition as well as his stomach.
worry. trouble. It draws out the inflammation Having new and modern machineryand
hardly to lie measured by dollars and Kodol Dyspepsia ( ure will not onlyewe
heals and soothes and cures permanently -
cents therefore, you should consult us dyspepsia in ligeetion and pour 1
: by enabling the lungs to contribute -
at once on fire, life and accident insuraiirr. stomach but this pUataI4e, reconstructive DRESSED I
pure life-giving and life-sus men ftillfill the
tonic difeestant strengthensthe we can
I taining oxygen to the blood and tis
whole digestive apparatus and I
HALL. n.\Wl.'III'U: : .lt sues. One Minute Cough Cure is
sweetens the life as well as the stum- | See or Phone
I It al.l. Florida. pleasant to take and is good alike for demands of the trade promptly and
adl.'Iwn you take Kodol Dyspepsiatine I I.
young and old. Sold by Wm. Anderson. ,
------ -- ------ the food you eat i is enjoyed. It
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is digested, assimilated and its nutrient \ B. H. SEYMOUR .
i ---- and solicit share 1
---- ----- satisfactorily of
SUMMERSTYLES properties, appropriated by the i I a .

blood and tissues. Health is the re-
NO. 25. Ocala FIa.I

I sult. Sold by Win. Anderson.- I CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR the patronage of the public .

Handsome line of piece I STORE.

goods in stock for suits, Tuna British India. AI.rilXe I i' PLEASED CUSTOMERS

trousers and overcoats.We has been received here of severe fighting tq : (I It WATCH FOR THE

the Tibetans having attacked the ; NEW STEAMSHIP LINE TO TAMPA
are up-to-date in ma-I 1 I Tell more good tales about our candy
British mission under Col. Younghus-
I !
terial and workmanship. I d thane would dare to print even with
iband.: There were two engagementsjand I Philadelphia April 2.:!-The Southern '
All orders skillfully and 1 the Tiltetant were repulsed t\ith i modesty leavened with pride. If you 1 Steamship Company has announcedthat

promptly executed, work I i heavy I.....". I Ii Ij 1 1i s INY' ti, want to know the merits of our confectionery beginning with April 10. it will BLUE WAGONS ,
"w, m n -purity, deliciousness, sweetness -
fully guaranteed. i The British captured the Tibetan \ establish a direct steamer service between -
taste as to form and make-you
at (!uru. I e, this port and Tampa. FLi. The
Jerry Burnett, (. The Tibetan losses are helie\ed to be I Iq,41 et I have only to ask tnose who buy, eat service will be monthly until business

\over four hundred, while the British ,, cat"t, + and delight in Lowney's sweetmeats. warrants the company placing more RESPECTFULLY
Merchant Tailor. casualties: are about a dozen. | steamers on the lin..
-- -- !; The British force returned to Tuna tt '
I last evening and stated that rifles bearing CHAS. E. TAYLOR'S. DREADFUL ATTACK OFWHOOPING

FRESH ARRIVALS OF the Russian imperial stamp and I i w.WITH. COUGH OCALA ICE & PACKING CO

Russian ammunition were found on :
ROQUEFORT --- -- -- -- -- ------ --- ---
;I the wounded Tibetan officers. Mrs. Ellen Harlison. of 3"0' Park St.,
a Kansas City, Mo., writes as follows.:

I II I NEW BOOKS AT THE LIBRARY THE YEAR "Our two children had a sever attack of I. M. MEFFERT JOHN H. TAYLOR.

-ALSO- I whooping, cough, one of them in the ; ,
\\'e want to do a bigger busu.ess than ,
His Daughter First-A. S. Hardy. paroxysm of coughing would often faint

A fine line of The Lightning ('unductor-ViIIiam' I ever and we want every builder and I and bleed at the nose. We tried everything ---

so>n. person interested in building to know we heard of without getting re '

GROCERIESBREAD The Little Shepherd of Kingdom I I that we are prepared, to render them I lieVe then called in our family dI- i

tor. who prescr'bed Foley's Honey and! j jI
t"oml"-John Fox Jr. the most efficient' service in prompt deliveries -

ROLL Drake.hearts I began I THE GflRJIHOHHEL & SON GO.t..f1tUJ
Courageoushives.House of the \ery best )'ell w pinemouldings to impiove and we feel that it h.isaved '

AND CAKESFREfe'CrTBAKERY on the Hudson)'. Powell tnilol'k.! shingles and of their lives.: Refuse substitutes .

:Maids of I'aradise-It. Chambei I everything of wood needed in the I Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. |I

Barlaseh of the Guards-H. S. Mer- building trade. Qrt '
NEW OPERA HOUSE MEETING : rne.ara.tngh PLACE"McGrath's
I' man. ,a i .ml..1' time SHAK.
The Long Xight S. Weyman. C. I. GRACE iI I
A meeting of those interested in the

MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR The Little Chevalier-M. E. W. Da --- - building of a new opera house will beheld Old Stand

vis. -----................--........--.......... ... .--............ Wednesday, the 6th; of April at MargulDdClub
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The Deliverance:. Glasgow.Mrs. .
W.W. Carman &Co. Tree-Mrs. Richards. II i SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT I the Central National Bank at 3 p m WEST SIDE SQUARE

Whet Glove-H. S. Merriman. .
BEST COUGH MEDICINEFOR Rebuilt and Furnished
You will tiud a well selected stock of Holt of Ih'athtlt'Jdlason. \ :.. :.. CHILDREN Newly '"
grotvru'at Honor D'Kverel) -Gechton.Story I FINE WINES OF ALL KINwS FOR FAMILY USE. HIGH GRADE :
In the lands -
\i country new fenced bigger crops made.
of the CravelysSanders.The
CARMAN & CO'S.. I When you buy a cough medicine for i iI WHISKIES, BRANDY, ETC -
Heart of p.ome1. Crawford.The i Ii In Ocala new buildings going up and i ii I children you want one in which you BEER ALE AND SODA FOR FAMILY TRADE. THE PUREST LI-

on Notth Main St., north of city market : library will bel1'en after the i i old ones being painted. i i I Ian place implicit: confidence. You I I Pure Rye tastes I QUORS OBTAINABLE ARE KEPT BY US. SKILLED BAR TENDERS.COURTEOUS

first of April from 4 to 6 p. m.Louise : TREATMENT ASSURED TO ALL.
want one that not only relieves but I old because it ts

llt'l'il.tles-! Gamsby.. Librarian.A OUS LITTLE BANK HELPED TO MAKE THESE j cures. You want one that is unquestionably I .
harmless.' You want one that I / is a
CHICKENS AND EGGS DANDY FOR BURNSDr. ,, is pleasent to take. ('hambt>rJin'p I "which BEER AND IMPORTERS OF

Remember the place and rest assured '! rough Remedy meets all of these con- j; whiskey
we will treat you right. Bergin. Dana, Ills., writes: "I ditior.s. Th..reIs nothing so good for has
time broughtto
\V. W. CAKMA.. & Co.Oca1aViagoorKs. have used Ballard's Snow Liniment: : : the coughs and colds incident: to KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS
Ocala -- Florida.
always recommended it to my friend ii i hilJh oj. For sale by all druggists: It )

-- --- ts I am confident there is no better ..-.---.........................--..... --...... .... .... -....... I ripeness. GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT

t nude. It is a dandy for burns.' Tho e' i 1- --- HEARST ANTITRUST CLUB is "written down CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES; WITH FREt
who lire on farms are especially)) liablei i -- DELIVERY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.WE .

i itu many accidental l'UtS. burns', bruis- l I wT SMITH & COMPANY i: Those who are admirers and adherents t old with all the DO THE LARGEST MAIL ORDER BUSINESS IN THE STATE.
\\T. i! of William Hearst forthe
-!i'', which heal rapidly when Ballard'sSnow ': Randolph I characters of ALL ORDERS FILLED ON RETURN TRAIN.

W. F. McATEER, PROPRIETOR, I lanimetu i"i applied. It !'houlJ.Iha's !; presidency will convene April 4.'I i j

be kept in the house for cases HARDVV ARE at noon in the court house.: Ot.ala, and i' age"mellowne Separate White and Colored Bars at
Rubber Tires Right With :
Will Set Your I \
of emergency." 2Sc.;; ;30c.; and Jl a bat rlect two dclfgatrs to go to Jacksonville : I ,

the Goodyear Rubber Tire Machine tle. Sold by the AntlMonopoly l Drug Carry a Full Line of General Hardware and are now open for business in AprilPNEUMONIA';. 1 1I ripeness, Both the S. A. L. and up town places.

H.i\e >our horse shod b)' us. Vfthaf store. the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Square.All :; i flavor.There Our Liquors, Wines and Beers are bought in

the best horse sheer in Florida) Goods New and First Class; Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints; r I IS ROBBED 1
I Car Load lots direct, and our prices are the
FINE CIGARS Complete Supply on Hand. Oils Lead etc. Stoves. Ranges. Farm Tools of all OF ITS TERRORS ;i several
are so- .
Artistic Painting I
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware Tinware Agateware etc. Sash Doors By Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops ,.
called "Club" Whiskeys Lowest.We
First class Ci.hol.t ri/lg. Wagons!I, The Xorma Martinez, the C. H. S..1 and Blinds. Guns and Ammunition. Agents for E. C. Atkinson and Go's. Fa. I the racking cough and heals.' anIIstret.gthens !! that Always P1easoTno

the ,E1 Solo, and the )-'ama Xacional 1!. mous Saws; Wire Netting; American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Low the lungs. If taken in time are not
Cal n..les and Haggles built and reoPall itt I
four of the best 5c. cigars made i ii 1 est Prices Will Prevail. will prevent an attack of n..umo- |; Maryland Club. You

d. bUtksimthing done. Tampa, and many others to be fount d Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Familiarizes Us moL Refuse substitutes. Sold b> the I can by the taste. almiCnaOI & n Co. Ocala fla

SEE US in T. W. Troxlcr's cigar case. With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited Postoffice Drugstore. -" -- --.-- ,


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Ocala Evening Star, Saturday, April 2, 1904


EVENING STARBITTINGER Report of Its Finances for the Quarter MERCURYAs THAT CONTAIN seems to have struck in, the feveris 1 '

& CARROLL Ending March 31, 1904 will surely destroy the and will hato its nl
mercury on run course. i] RI I AT A BA C W OCALACAIITAL

Report of the condition of the Central sense of smell and completely derangethe Harry B. Phillips, who successfully I

'" C. L.Editors Bittinger and and Proprietors.The R. R. Carroll. in the National state of Bank Florida of ,Ocala at the, at dose Ocala of whole the system mucous when surfaces entering Such itthrough conducted. Woodrow the last auction week sale, has of arranged lots forMr. m 11 u

articles should never be used excepton
business. March !8. 1&04! : with prominent real estate owners of
statement of the Central National prescriptions from reputable physicians West End and will make A sale of
Bank appears in our columns to- as the damage they will do is I lots on Friday. April 8, at 9:30: a. m.
Loans and discounts. ... ...$ 634.65
F day. Its showing is a very creditable ten fold to the good you can possibly I Iderh'e Free busses will run from the Ocala $ OOOO.
rr;;.- one. Its deposits now amount to $81r .- Overdrafts, secured and unsecured from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure House. This auction is for all conditions I I
.. . .. .. .. 13.55
manufactured F. J. and ,
r 000. subject to check. This is not a bad by Cheney Co. I of society, white, black yellow,
U. S. bonds to secure circulation -
J Toledo Ohio, contains and
for bank little over three no mercury, Chinese
showing a a or Laplander. Here is
\ . .. .. . .. 12.500.00 is taken I an opportunity .
months old. Its deposits have increas internally acting directly upon to buy property and improvethe
Premiums on C. S. bonds.. 734.38! .
f. the blood and surfaces
of the I
ed since its last statement 20000. The mucous same, that unquestionably will pay
Stocks, securities, etc. . 16883.4 In
i right men are at the head of this in- system. buying Hall's Catarrh Cure from 25 to 40 per cent. on the in\est-
Furniture and fixtures .. 5,429.85 I be the It is ta-I
t stitution. Mr, Ford who is not onlya sure you get genuine. ment. There is a big demand for moderate CIRECTOR5 a
, a conservative but a thorough going Due from National Banks ken internally, and made in Toledo 0,1 sized houses and here is an opportunity -
(not reserve agents). . 26.645.68
by F. J. and Co. Testimonials
\ business man believes in doing business Cheney I to meet It. In this sale there
on a strictly business basis. His Due from state banks and fre ?. will be disposed of seven small houses. R. S. Hall R. L. Anderson Clarence!
I Camp J. K. Christian
bankers. . .. .. .. 3,291.24 Sold ,
methods have demonstrated in the past by druggists.! Price, 75 cents!I! This property will be sold without re-

that they are the only safe and successful Due from approved reserve per bottle. I sen'e. One of the attractive features
t and having agents.. . .. . .. .. 8.2S3.13 Take Hall's Family Pills for consti 1 George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford.
ones to pursue, of the sale will be the giving away of a
Checks and other cash items 11.00
been schooled in this art no fears need I lot free, to which every \'Isltor11I recede -
Notes of other national bangs 1,000.00
i be entertained that he will deviate from pation.WEATHER I I a ticket.' Remember the day,
Fractional paper currency, FORECASTI
them. The bank is growing in favor,, April 8, at 9:30 a. m. at the West End.
I nickels and cents .. .... 50.93 President:
as well as the officials in charge of it, Washington, April !.-Fair tonightand I Cashier:

and Its success is only another demon- Lawful bank viz money: reserve in Sunday. II 1 Wray, the tuner, is at Weihe's store. HERBERT A. FORD, F. L. WATSON.

stration that Ocala has reached the
Specie. . .. .. .. .. .12.593 t
summit of the grade. New industries, ,
Legal-tender notes 4.675 7.268.00
enlarged acreage in crops, with the
Redemption fund with U. S,
growing of Improved stock, demand .
treasurer (5 j>er cent of __
more money, and this institution enables IIltrs
circulation). .. .. .. 623.00 ___
those who are engaged in these:
!! __1.LA 1'M" """ 1. "''' '' --_ _vo.- "" .4'\-.r .... .
respective callings to help themselves, .JM I. :---
Total .. . . . J145.060.65
all of which means much for Ocala ;

and the people who are assitsing in Liabilities

making It. We again desire to empha- Capital stock paid in..I 50000.00

size the fact that the Central National Undivided profit, less expenses -

Bank is solely a home institution, that and taxes paid. ... 629.32 I

every dollar of its capital belongs toe National Bank notes outstanding -

residents of this city, men who dur- . . . . 12500.00

ing the past fifteen years, have dem- Individual deposits subject to

onstrated that they know how to make check. . .. ... . 80.837.44
money, and after they make It, how to Demand certificates of deposit -

keep It. not only for individual use but .. .. .. .. . . 100.00 ,

for the public benefit. It should appealto Certified checks .. .. . .. 873.89

our local pride to say that it is patronized -

to the interest involved. Read Total .. . . J145.060.65
the statement; it speaks for itself. State of Florida County of Marion-ss.

I, F. L. Watson, cashier of the above

The other day Black George whomit named bank, do solemnly swear that

is hardly necessary to say is one of the above statement Is true to the lest> "THE
the fire horses, took one of the little of my knowledge and belief.

excursions he is wont to make whenever F. I.. Watson Cashier.

he gets tired of standing too long,,

reaching over and unlatching the gateto Subscribed and sworn to before me

his stall and going full gallop to the this 2nd day of April 1904.
to please you in all of its departments
suburbs. He always allows himself to Sidney E. !Idler, Notary Public. many ,
and we would call attention this time to
be recaptured when he gets ready and Correct-Attest: your our

would probably come back himself If R. L. A nderson,

waited for long enough. But it is not George. Ford

good policy for the fire! horses to be Herbert A. Ford

away from the station, so one of the Directors.

force, generally supplemented by a Grocery Departmentwhich

dozen volunteers, always goes after the AT .THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
truant. Frank Pons went after Black

George on his last expedition, and Methodist

shortly after the horse came back,
11 a. m.-Easter sermon by the pas
trotting at a 3:30 gait, while Frank,
one hand clinging to the big animal's tor. is complete in all its details. If you are in the
Easter anthem by the choir.
headstall was towed on his bicycle 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by the pastor,, market for wholesale groceries, it will be to your advan- .
alongside. It took a good wheelman to consult because
followed by reception of members tage us, we buy in
and a very kind and intelligent horseto

make the combination, which would
Grace Episcopal
have resulted in broken bones and a
7 a. m.-Holy communion.
smashed wheel had either bungled. It .X
11 a. m.-Festal service sermon and CAR-LOAD LOTS .X.
will make many hearts sad If brave old holy communion. I
Black George is put to doing hard or
7.30:: p. m.-Festal evening song and
degrading work. His strong limbs and
sagacious head have saved Ocala manya .
Children's festival Monday at 3 p. m. ---------e. -- -- -
dollar and the men of the fire department -

feel toward him like he was a

9:45: a. in.-Sunday school. We always have on hand a large stock of Flour Corn Meal Grits Hay and all
CHRONIC BRONCHITIS CURED 11 a. in.-Morning service.Pielu'de. ,

: "t'nfold Ye Poitals"-Gu-
I heavy groceries and we make shipments.
can prompt
For ten years I had chronic brow nod. J ,
chitis so bad that at times I could not Anthem. "I Know That My Redeemer -

speak above a whisper" writes Mrs. Lives"-Porter.

Joseph Coffman of Montmorencl. Ind. Sermon, "Christ, The Cure."

"I tried all remedies available, but withno Anthem, with violin obligate. "Christ,

success Fortunately my employer the Lord, is Risen"Sudds.
suggested that I try Foley's Honey and Recessional "March Pontificale"Gunod. -

Tar. Its effect was almost miraculous, .
and I am now cured of the disease. On 6:45: p. m.-B. Y. P .U. Subject'Ictori..s :
x\re Recommend: : to YouHecker's
the Risen Christ.
my recommendation many people have \ Through

used Foley's Honey and Tar. and always 7.30: p. m.-Evening service.

with satisfaction" Sold by the Prelude "Largo"-Handel. I Royal Health Food Hecker's Rolled White Oats

PiiMuftire Drugstore.A Anthem The Strife is O'er"-MendeUsohn. -

I Violin obligato. Swan's Down Prepared Cake Flour.Swan's .
step-ladder head in the Tampa Sermon. "The Tragedy of Babel

Tribune says "South and West Solid Soli Mrs. Colborne.
Down Fancy Patent Best Flour.
for Parker." The South is a big place, fle'essiollalrlJ.. From Orpheus" or Pillsbarys

and this part of it is solid for Hearst. Glui-k. I "

At all services seats free, and a cor- -- o. __ ___ _0 0 _._ __ .

John S. Cox of Wake Ark., PresbyterianAn

writes "For 12 years I suffered from especially tine musical program

Yellow Jaundice. I consulted a num- will be rendered both morning and -
National Biscuit Co's Products. Nabisco Sultana Fruit Wafers
ber of physicians and tried all sorts of evening. Following is the order of the n ,

medicines, but got no relief. Then I service: and all the
fancy products as well as the staples.
began the use of Electric Bitters and 11 a. m.-"Ghria"-Franc. "

feel that I am now cured of a disease Invocation.

that had: me in its grasp for twelve Hymn 556. "Look Ye Saints"-Hoi- $ Heinz's Pickles, Premier and Don Carlos brand of Olives,

years." If you want a reliable medi- brook.

cine stomach for disorder Liver and or general Kidney debility trouble,, ford.Anthem "An J.lsterlIt'lula.Ash- f Royal Salad Dressing, Eddy's Salad Mustard

get Electric Bitters. It's guaranteedby Hjinn. 1073, "We Would See Jesus"Mendelssohn. I
Bayles Condiments.
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Only -

5th. Sermon "This Jesus Hath Raised R

Ben Henry, colored who shot from Up"Anthem "Our Easter l'ra.r"-Lo- We carry a full line of all canned goods, and when you are in

ambush at Col. Beaty and wife of Bar- renz. (

tow, a few months ago, has been sentenced Communion and benediction. I I !
the market let
to twenty years in the penitentiary. 7:45 p. m.-Evening service. us quote you prices.MASTERS.
Anthem He Lives Again"-Park?. ,
>> J
"The Immortality of the .
Sermon -..--" .."'_ ,. I _< _. T'
BROKE INTO HIS HOUSES. Human Soul." from the text, "If a Man )

Die Shall lie Live Again:' ,

LeQulnn of Cavendish.., was Any person unsettled on this subject t
robbed of his customary health by invasion will gain a great deal by hearing this

of Chronic Constipation. When sermon. A cordial invitation to all. }.
Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into Visitors especially welcome. B1

his house, his trouble was arrested and -
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now he's entirely cured. They're guar-
anteel to cure. 2ac. at the AntiMonopoly ,

Drugstore.The DENTIST

Office Over Munroe & Chambllss:
Japanese made another attemptto
cork the mouth of Port Arthur har- Bank. Ocala Florida. i OCALA FLORIDA.

bor Wednesday and failed. The Rus- ,

sians are very expert in opening bottles J. E. CHACE,
anyhow.A .

CURE FOR HEADACHE.Any Upstairs Commercial: Bank I

Building Ocala, Florida.

man. woman or child suffering TERMS CASH 1

from headache, biliousness or a dun -- -- -- -

drowsy feeling should take one or two W. H. MAREAN, M. D.I I i I
of DeWitt's Little Early Risers night
and morning. These famous little pills. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND I )

are famous because they are a tonicas I SURGEON

well as a pilL While they cleanse Sl-eclal attention given to the treat- ,.
the system they strengthen and rebuild ment of Chronic Diseases and Diseases
of Women and Children.
It by their tonic effect upon their liver

and bowels Sold by Win. Anderson. Ocala, Fla.

Office ever Tj dings' Drugstore. Office L J

Lavender, for keeping moths out of hours from 8 a. RU to 12 m.: _
from : p.mto5p.i.. ".1 :M P: f'qtJt>q--"'$ ..
woolen else $.GiLWl. ,
goods. Nothing so ..
your Residence-Xo. 60 N. Main St. kn wi A'r-y t..A..r t"" .. .. ,,""- .' .. u I ..... t ..V--
good. Postoffice Drugstore. u the Nun cottage. .

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Ocala Evening Star, Saturday, April 2, J904.ON '-






The houses and lots now owned by J. Stan Sternberger) in Mitchell's addition which lies in the western part of Ocala east of the Fair Grounds, between

Exposition I street and South Second street, will be sold at Auction on easy payments on -A

Friday, AprilS 8 at 10:00: a. m. -


One-third of the purchase price cash and the balance in 12 equal( monthly payments Oil the lots ; and Onc-foIuth of the purchase price cash

and the balance in 12 equal 1 monthly I payments on the hou es. All deferred t payments bear 8 per cent interest. This property consists of seven small .

' ." ) }houses and a 1 limited i number of :good building lots. The houses are all in good condition and are a first-class investment This sale is open for all, white

or colored, so that the rent payer will have an equal 1 chance to buy a home for himself on easy payments with those who buy for iuve5 tnient.

ONE LOT WILL BE GIVEN AWAY FREE.-And everyone who attends the sale will be entitled to a chance on it whelher ornot they buy or bid. ;

r The Title on this Property is Guaranteed Perfect

FREE CARRIAGES TO THE SALE-<*arriages will leave the court house on the morning of the sale at :y '">v a. in. .nui will t ,trry! e\et'vone who wishes to go to th. (/.-.. ufthuge Ueinemb.: th.. .la md d.II.IId be on hand Friday April 8. at lU a. in. -

542nd sale conducted by the National Realty Improvement Co. Jos. H. Phillips, President. For further particulars see

H. B. Phillips General Manager Ocala House Ocala Fla. I'

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Kpuorth league will render an I AT THE BOSTON STORE.Mr. ,, political meeting was called to MILLINER *[
local on fourth page.Baseball -
Easter program in the M. 1-;. church II order at the court house at :3 I p. m.. bjCommitteeman '
desirable building lots i :
Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Therewill Twenty-five Kd W. Davis, who asked -

goods at the Ocala News be choice mu'k. recitations and I to be given away. See B. H. Seymour, lion. Jno. G. Reardon to presiaeHe : .
I Sam \V. Teague he has
Co. says
phone Xo. 23. city. I introduced Senator Taliaferro I
readings. Membeis of all churches" I ofjJacksonville II
spa-nt two days and nights chasing after 'i
cordially\ free. Program J -I who made a concise and j
The most elegant display of I' tJoVeinor Jennings to meet StnatorTaliairiio AH of
candyIn will be announced later.Master The Star has the only genuine glas: very effective statement of his record ) our Spring Goods are now
town at Dame's. at Ie!'bui K but failed. As I I.Iun't
eating;; candidate in the tield. If you
confirmation of which he i
as senator in
.I It was the sniatoi had eas.illlllK, and I II We have the finest
Keller Carmichael most 'I. l 1.Ii.this statement have I quoted Governor Jennings who had on Display.
Any kind of luiuh. hot or (told qukk- made a got,l si<-rch. As fur Hob Davis or J-:. M. Howard to make it :
ightfully enteitaiiifd) a larglIulllt..r | unyualitierlly endoised the action of
ly served ut Dame's. lie was literally out of Mght in his good. I line of Millinery in the -
of his little frii-iuis lat': evruing at the Florida delegation and SenatorTahafeiro city.
th..I F>il.iiig s.fth.| J Nam said of all thegood
home of his .patents: on fort King was modest enough to say

WAXTEHK.N..I: teamster to h.tullogs. enue. The most attrat.ti\e ft-atuie ..fl I "Sl..h..s and stories told by "Our I "nat.Taliaft'l't'o.. CongressmanDavis that he was only entitled to his hue Call and see us.Mrs. .
Apply toV.. J. Idling. I I'.oti, thoM t-iiukrn at Lcesbuig were .
and Kodeit McXani came
Ih.! \t-ning was an liister egg hunt.ILittle I ul'Ihis of what the Florida delegation succeeded -
the best he ever heard. It was a big "'"
Miss Fannie ;Mae Sage found the I I afternoon from Leesburg and registered in securing for the state. He was
When in doubt smoke the Milo\ DejoCc. mistake in Jennings and Hi own not be- } at the Ocala. Major Dozier of
largest number of eggs and was awarded modest, unassuming but very businesslike -

cigar. All principal dealers. I the prize a beautiful Easter chuk- inj theie. Leesburg accompanie dthem. in the presentation of his Lucie F. E Eaten

en. The little guests were then linedl j record and said he would give way to ,,
The most complete! line of toilet articles I SILVER TEA Mrs. W. D. Turnley came up this af-
up by Miss Mattie( Hough and mal'l'h..1Into j the other speakers if his record showed -
in the city at Tidings & Co. teinoon from Arcadia to visit her
the dining loom, when- take, kt> aught that did not sustain what hesaid. 25 Street. Mrs. Hicks Stand.
The ladies of the Episcopal\ church mother. Mrs. Fannie R. Gary Magnolia old
ream and fruiteie served to the delight i He was willing to step down and
Mi. Earl of Uradstereets I is in the city will give a silver tea at the gulf
of all. Thru an apple was suspended out. but if it did he trusted the people
) getting data from the nieiihants.Mi : April 3, Mrs. Barnes and of Mr. _.
up grounds. Tuesday afteimxin \ son. guests': --- --- -- - -- -- ---
(rum the felling and each onebalk I would do in his l'a'eall they did \\ ilhoth..r
from :S: to 6 o'clmk. Plantation songs K. 1'. Smith the fore part of the \\ inter
a bite at |iI Mist Nellie Ootthrb !', by returning him for a setund
Sandford liirdsej of CeoigU is with banjo acc-omi>animent, a table letuineil tudaty from ake county and I EL TROPICO
'a\tu"t'J the apple., At 10::3u the littleguests i term.
in the .tty visiting founds for a few 1 especially for the little ones and a gulf will spend a month here "
lude Master Weller good night I I Iand Congressman R. Davis was CIGAR
da>sOeng's. contest will furnish entertainment for .
wended their way home to awaitsthe I speaker. He is a candidate foi .
all. will be provided to "
Conveyances '
dawning of another happy tlst..r.1 A POINTERto governor He told several amusing --()--
Witch Hazel Soap, best for and from the grounds at the low fire GA .
stones, read extracts from the book Makers of the
hard \iater. Try it. Postoifice Drug- of 10 cents touhay.. I those in need of f
-SEWING MACHINES of X. Droarllho is also a cawiid.itefor
store. -0MILO --
Don't buy a lieu machine until you I Stationery Goods i | governor commenting in a way Ab

fxS..nalur11ktorNull Call of Jarkson'dir n.u@' seen ana tried the light running I Pi of. M> Call of the Oi.iU: high svhool We have an assort- I I that made! th. house roar with laughter r $ = DEYO .

was among the arrivals at the New Home, for they are strictly up-to- was agreeably surprised this moining ntent that i.mnot beequalled : If laughter was in indication ofv.itts F., Highest Grade 5c. Cigar

date and guaranteed to please you ink I' by a visit from his brother C. C. Me-j I I th..n11'. Davis is already! eledei -
OiaU House today. I in town. JwHyR
every pirticular: Fur sale by the (Ocala I Call who is on his way to Dunnellon .
Furniture ti. min business matters our Pi ufo MeI| Every artiele m our. rx'natur:: Call and Messrs. SpaikIlian and
II t
The exiellent cigars made by CharlesFryser I
II tall is onieinplaiui. iiiunin a cheap stttie is the kind cud) MiX.uii.tale still to In
the Milo IKJO and Grand Uoyal. ROYAL
i Miss Mattie Hough who has been : evcuision to the St. Louis fair that gives sitisfaftion heard from. Xo doubt a mt>t'lingnll \Z.
tan be had at the Ocala News Co. Jun"l s HAVANA CIGARS ;
the guest of" Mrs. Kd Carmichael 1 filI'I.i'l.:: Primary teachers will be We expect be held at the court house tonight ? 2

.. the winter has returned to her home in and their friend! of l'OU""an take | In Five Sizes >i
KO| v Kidnej Cure makes kidne>s that \"t'rrthinge
l'nl..nrlllgs.. Ala. Miss Hough is a !: the beneftt of the rates which will be ], The Odd Fellows will meet tonight ,it
amid l"l:ulili right. lion delay taking sell will make i I 1 -0--
charming young lady and has made about $t2!:: round trip to St. Louis making i you the Masonic temple. As! Grand M.itei"oniad
Hold bv the PostolTue Drugstore.IXi.stei
many friends while in the city who are ;;; a stop-over at Chattanooga. This'! you a better .'us- | and Grand Secretary Cushman CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor > a..

ards at the Postoffice Prugsli'i. looking forward to her return next: rate will include admission to the fair )|I tomer Our goodsare an here and will meet with the lodge Ocala, Florida.MOIVER .J 1'

\\inter. i grounds and hotel bill while in StT Lou- I| selected for the a full attendance is desired.
the boost thing of the! kind ever I i
Is. This will be an opportunity of a
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exhibited in the city. I lualiiy a111)all
!i life time. for a person wishing to make Sticky fly paper and floor wax. Fresh':''
else When that is
who has had I ia cheap! trip to the Woild's r'air. I stock just received. Tjdings & Co.,
Mi J" 11. McOjmond. (

such, .t s 1"\.-natta* kf the grip, is ableto I CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR I secured we make phone Xo. 30. !

ii.. up ,tgain.. though quite feelile. TEN CENTS, AT THE BOSTON AT TROXLER'S our prices so l low & MACKAY

STORE. that you may think FUR SALH 4uo' bales of hay at Or-
I Just received a fresh supply of Huy- i ante Lake, Fla. J. H. McCl.vmoiuKOc
MRS. PYLES' BUTTER I the goods inferior:J JInspection 4'0
ler's candies, among them some very '1 ,.lIa. Fla.
Received Daily --- --- -
will dis- ,
Phone 163 OCALA SEED STORE desirable Easter novelties Ocala Florida
I County JuolgHull \'k heard the ease .
that idea at IIm.l' FOR J.E-SO acres of virgin pine ,
of Mr. HIanton for selling I liquor at i iANTIMONOPOLY

I'oli ."s Kiilney Cure, if tal.enlll tune, Silver\ Springs without a license, this I \\'. had the pleasure, this morning I DRUGSTORE land, about a mile east of Anthony.

iiio is set IIrity from all\ kidney and morning. After the evidence was in of receiving from F. A. Mann of Sea J. W Castel, Proprietor, :i I Will be sold cheap) I if taken within the Mining and Washing Machinery
+ month. Inquire of the Star office Phosphate
t" i'iiii' s disease. Sold by the 1'ostoflueMs the case was postponed until Monday j Itrook. Hulovv: P. 0.. \'olusil county \ OCALA, FLA i ,

Di, ugsw'r r. moining. Mr. Ray Hullock appeared !i a copy of his new book a story ofPonce
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Judge W. J. Titcomb and Dr Ba"km.
de Leon.Ve have not had timeto {
fur the defense.T. I Buggies Phaetons Surreys Carriages
\\igginsofUoiiieohasmov-- examine' it. but and report Leave to Sell Minor's Land. among the leading public spirited men Wagons, ,

,.d! to the old Cross place, four miles !lour impressions. Mr. Mann is one of I Notice is hereby given that on the Sth of Dunnellon; were in the city today

ouih oi. town, where he will engage in j the old time editors of the state, having day of March A. D. I9IJt, I will apply to to hear the speaking.

I.. 'lung i been connected w ith a number papers Honorable Robert Bullock, county I HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
I WAXTED-Young men or women as
'during the last twenty-five vears. He judge in and for Marion county state I

MiV' .\. (Collier who has been in i:its a v erj' forceful writer and has devoted of Florida at his office in Ocala in''II l local representatives for McClursMagazine.

th. uthe past few weeks Uniting W. Troxler, Agent for lIu.ler'8anJy. I much attention to the early his- said county, for an order authorizingme I Liberal commissions; cash Materials Kind and
Fresh I Write J. X. Trainer, 141 E. J":; Building Every Description
,li. +Hiiuhei Mrs. J. C. Porter, returned :I Shipments Received I wry of Honda. He will please acceptour ) as guardian of the minor heirs of I prizes. ,

Ala., Weekly. II' the estate of Laura D. Thomas, deceased St.. New York, X. Y.
in I it I home in Tuscalooso. to- sincere thanks fur .1 copy! of his I II

,1.\ late \\trk.r... know we will read it to sell at private sale the following
Mr.( Walter Luffman. c>f the firm olLutTman + leading merchants!' with pleasure., property belonging to sail estate, to-I i lion. S. M. Sparkman, congressmanfrom FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS ----

I wit: Commencing; at the southeast this district arrived at the Ocala
I'i.s- ask your rhy ;ician to send oroiir \"or-1
of Sparr. Jruin this morning to heardthe ] i '
House this morning, accompanied by -
and orders for ner of the northeast quarter of sec
I h prescriptions
.t. \
Line of i
speaking as did Mr( J W Coiliett.of
_s \\I.h i.<1. We give careful atten- 25.; tp. 15 s., range :: ::. E'. thence north his friend n. H. Yancey. of Tampa..
the same place ; REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER, II I Phosphate Plants Installed Complete
and two-thirds chains, tht'nceest
V':! : .iui; t delivery and the lowest of I six j

I' T\ .lings &: Co.. j' Xo. 3d.Ki'U \ DENSMORE, HAMMOND twenty chains. thence south thirteen The surest and safest remedy for

i iI I TYPEWRITERSJust .and on third chains thence east twenty kidney and bladder diseases is Fole>'s I "

EX'lLXGEI' 5-acrc CALL QN DITTO i Received at- I chains, thence north sis and two- Kidney Cure. Sold by the l PostoSicelDrugstore. I II '
H. I:. D.m"by. ,o. -ntnins itizii
'in,st beautiful lake front on Lake COMPANYMr. thirds chains to point of beginning I I 1"
I of Rfddick. was 111 the < try tut.! \ timeet >
\i : 4-"ii're bearing well-kept orange containing :: S and two-thirds acres. .
] his iour-in W L. tvtitt i'f Huni'isasx -
troum house in good re- said lands belonging to the estate of Ben Raysor received a dispatch this i
; REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE J .M. Mathews of the Flemington I I"cC >, w h o n.I.= here"Zr tighZe-n tul< si im C:7Y: mm
:imuuhout.: ; boathouse eta ; will the said Laura Ix Tboma... &cea rdl:aternaoa ca ([tat cattae azt; r -:
Raan f2 dterehaatt' Goc4acaa fta. (<.ICt. (vhtt da.ine oi a'' t> Kattztin)!. some Uad.Terfeeweeo. tat\'i\. t f
"" t,at' ho'aaaS tot iu Qcata. : to t>* sold tot the brit iairtsol the I worth }) a crate in New York. HeL .
iaJ from his neighbors to the '
vA', I M R. R. Carrollit.l' No. t.-For the Best Home in the City It'it-I !aid minor heirs. :L i has a big crop near Lowell anJ prer !' '" in the city today ) Bug Destroyer lor faring:
& Retail
Wholesale Butcheis
three Winks from square. House has Tfcjs Jhf :7l n i3..1}- ot Febru3.rr. 19i1.t.C diets t&at in.. c..".weeks( cat.base 'it'ibe ,\ Leading
daugltC..r. A(& ... oho v* t..,.NVBSsawv* ) r ) douse cleaning clean, n'n- Qnos}, il
Ui'if s.ta.l.f"o\. youttF man W rooms ivnA occupies: a whole Worts ( \\\;;. R. 'Thma1'U3r uJ) : worth J5 a crate. Ben is all smnE' )
I dental work done.t I and deith to ui tugs and ins H ts. Now
.r. I:+ fjnias s..titJl1."liS returning of ground; tin barn etc. Price I For Cha R. Thomas Jr., and Frank' :
I >> the time t> use It; :Z C( .ts. Ty- WESTERN AND> CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
t \ -'..- stay afternoon when a bolt KiiH: >. Very easy terms. I I P. Thomas. SERIOUS STOMACH ]j
dings & Co., phone Xo. 20
WANTED-Men to learn barber
".i of the shafts, which causedn No. Beautiful McConnell\\ grove; j I TROUBLE CURED i

!o-...,. to run anaj. The horse did 1.t" I0vxv5. nnest! thing m town for : trade. Special offer for April including I NOTICE APPLICATION FOR CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON. -c..
This office had a pleasant! call this
\ <.l lv' stepping around the lvn(111. homes. Wives, from KuO:: to J330.They board and tool.Bet opportunityever !I Tax Peel Under Section S of Chapter I was troubled with a distress in my .. FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109 :
Few weeks completes.Write afternoon from H n. Robert M N im f
where he threw the dnvi will go quick. j i. given 4SSs. Laws of Florida.Xotue stomach sour stomach and vomiting ;

i: the buggy, but he held gamely No. 3.-Good 6-room house, and lot ttoj.&)'. Moler Barber College.New : i I| is hereby given that J. F. Hall. spells and can truthfully say that : who is making the race for. Congress -.
1 against lion S. M Sparkmai Mr M!< -
:in..s and succeeded In stopping M>XOI: ) feet. Price if sold at once, Orlt>an. La. I Ii I purchaser of tax certificate Xo. 1ST4.I "hamberlam's Stomach and Liver Tablets '

i 1/1' ,.' x,. running him up to a tel- J>00. j j f Ii i I dated the 6th day of August, A. D., cured me,-Mrs. T. \'. Williams. very Xamee flattering.reports that his c han e..tre J. R. MARTIN & CO. ;:

,.i. ,.h I iK>le at the railroad eroding.v No. 4.-Several small houses that pay !i i J. C. Wheeler the harvesting machine .:i I9oo has filed said certificate in m> office Lamssburg Mich For sale by all

well as investments. Pricesfrom! man. expect to (leave for Bartox,I and has made application for taxI druggist;;:
II t FORLEch for cash -
a complete
.t! i; lauJi'Ur's ezt'wtrd: ar.rear-I J100\ \ to euO.\ Terms to suit. .. i and I Arcadia, where he has customers ;I, lived to issue in accordance with law. ap.
i \ set of Encyclopaedia BrU..nica.full .
III, \t. ier
t. ,a i K.tping under the big shade! I Mr. Wilt'orb -tt of Sparr are on the !i i isajs his agency at Webster the Kim- I described property situated: in Marion
I 1 Should you desire a first class piano Porter, or to J. H. Benjamin Star
r. ",|ppmit'| the nv"tontort". East Ocxist visiting that eotlon. Theyejot ball Hardware Company', disc.Ned of i ciFtnty! Hondo to-wit.: Sel4 of nw 14 1
I or organ. call and get our prices. Ocala office.
: caller! but fearing ana to I.... ,,"one't'f1I.l werk Mr. ;l thirty-one machines last week in Sum- i' ands 4 of sw of net, of not 4, ec is,
Furniture Co. tf.i
,' sell!!. they slyly appeared and as t-'orbctt is the s.hool teacher and railroad i, ter county, and the indications_are that I jtp *t r :21. The said land bring asses Carriages, Baggies and: Traps

iftixtole' away making all kinds agent of his town.SPECIAL I within the next: thijlydays he will ; ,.?i at the elite of the issuance:: of !1! Jno. t=. PfJnck. superintendent, .f the Carryalls Saddle Horses, etc. -', i
11 Cornell. tame up thu
and miU at
noticed I place as more. Such a demand u111 certificate in the of STENOGRAPHERAND f. ;
.11 gi.uu i-s to see that no one many name party
th..1II' It was one of Asher fYanK's NOTICEThe t ifor, farming machinery wa never before 1 ui Known. Unless said certificate !shall I his afternoon family over and went Sunday.The to. York to'isit ; FINE VEHICLES FAST HOR3ES I II

prankm.i.. in secret hiding, he enjoyed nest visit to Ocala of Dr. E>'l'. known in Florida. | be redeemed according to law. tax deed I ,- ,

rn nisatKtieJ smiles at the April Allen, the eye ear. nose and throat'i j1 j- ( will issue thereon on the 4th day of TYPE-WRITER I ; {'

fooling "ur ....n. of Tampa will be Thuisday!1 r STOLKX-Wednesday night at 9 j May. A. D. 1904 I MISS B. N. SINCLAIR Ocala Jersey Creamery can supply Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses 3E., <;

-- -- Aprilit Muntrzunii Hotel ; o'.loik at the etboarri Atr T.iiie depot. j I Witness my official signature and 1 i 1 a fevv more customers win atpreiiate Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. : J

TEN CENT EMBROIDERIESFOR I I -- a Iok-I. The nuder w ill [il"a>e return seal this the 31st day of March. A. D Private once in < '''lIIm..rdII Bank. good stall fed milk or i r.-am. ?

FIVE CENTS PER YARD, i our dinner seta at Jb.Ti;; o.'ab the inie to Mr J. u spurliu ISt.l S. T. Sisfunk, I' Tour work in the abovr l.nt-s solicited Best of awe given to the handling of : '
AT THE BOSTON STORE I I Wets Company. i land receive a reward. I i Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Flo Speed and accuracy guai anteed. I lanJk. l>. M. Bute: >. I'rJ.ddor. : J. R. MARTIN & CO. J


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Ocala Evening Star, Saturday, April 2, J904B

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11 is a Trt\ or I'vrfrrt All l*.Ul c.. *"llon IBearly DEPARTMENTRev. CONSTIPATION \

A. L. Izlar. who with the care
I Milk is I known to be one uf tie few
her a nd love only a mother can give ha* .
Announces complete.! tools. It contains tLe (sine. for ewr mine years I IdeM with chronic eon.
ust nursed her little; boy through a I J. E. A. Keeler, Editor I II ttipMion aaj Ii.nll'b lima I kid ta utt* aa
muscle uud fat i.nxlucuj,.' dt'wt'u SPRING MILLINERY ANNOUNCEMENT I II iitJev1ofl of 1r&r1B tru..r O.M.T.TJ St k..,,ri Irian
I .ttid lIa"u K-UO. o. my I uweb. Hkppilr I
"igoof the measles la now sick with I and bUstams the brat of the Unly. I tried Ckvr&rcu, and today I am a tell ".an
EASTER PATTERN HATS he disease.Nunnally's I liur.kf laa nine,ears before I oitd Cararu I
Tie milk of different chisx-s of SUNDAY SERVICES I nicfei: iBtod! m'utrj wi.h interval pile*. TkanU
I II uidiijiaalsiarits In W i .a I am free from ail that tJu notice. Vecut &
I ( l'\JliI"aiul The or-mng of this popular millinery house was the social: event of the* ta bebaJ., nffrnEC bnmuiUT-"
Candies-we are agents; to suit the different: requirements. thus Mt. Moriah Baptist Church B.F.f'I. .."r. P....&..... IU.
For- I season. All styles: all combinations. trimmings of laces flowers and ferns
eceived fresh by the day after mare's milk is ri.Ler in feu.;ur, btt i
express I It with and the"Varied effects produced by the deft hands of artists can be had at (Dr. D. H. Brown Pastor.) nesT forcioYcaTsAR.rc
lacking protein compared
made. The Postoffice Drugstore.The .
cow's milk.Another: this Woman's Headgear Emporium. If you seek style, quality and price 9:30: a. m.-R Y. P. U.

Friday, April 1 1st and Saturday the 2nd.The fact of interest connected their large stock gives you an opportunity.E. 11 a. m.-Services. j
: Sunday school classes of Mrs.
with milk is found in the difficulty :; 3 p. m.-Sunday school i
'-. A. Coin and Mrs. S. A. Standley with which dzt plain K. NELSON &. CO. Merchants' Block I
invited to call. Elegance of some persons 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by pastor.
ere treated to a picnic at Silver milk. It is safe to that should I
say __ __ ___ __ _.. I
will than make - 0-
style, and beautiful designs more :prings yesterday.If any organ.. secretion or dUesthe juice Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church j

fail to irfumi its free duty the tailk
_.' uo for the delay. (Rev. R. S. Quarterman Pastor) i j
you wish a good drink of milk consumed will nut be roirly digested. :: AT THE FAIR &* I P1e&D.....Palatable.Potent.Taste Good.Do Good
: the Ocala The reason for this is !simple 9:30 a. m.-Sunday school I{ !TteT'H"ckell. Weaten or tint*.tac:>e5.e Krr
ry Jersey Creamery. Pure I old la balk The tablet
het rename tumped I CC.
, Mrs. Tompkins will take pleasure in showing you nllk. Delivery made every morning. Milk contains &uch a variety of compounds 11 a m.-Special services. ucaranteed to ear or just noari back,

4 that all porti'ins of the dijrestive 3:30 p. m.-Easter exercises. I Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 603
4..i stock of Easter Hats. ). M. Boney proprietor. !
system; are called into activity; for 7:30; p. m.-Preaching by pastor! and ANNUAL SALE TEl MILLION BOXES
the digestion of these varied elements.TLe 22 Pounds Good Rice
t --- fl---- lil.1 communion. I ---- --- --- --
Mrs. IJerry Hiss and daughter gastric juice attacks: the 'beesy
while and consider. You may wear a
In d. of East Orange. X. J., who have matter; the pancreatic and intestinal ,
Covenant Church I
Baptist shroud and your soul minus a robe .
W.P.EDWARDS een the gUtsts of Miss Esther Weath- j Juices digest the suars and fats. This ;' Sl.OO"Presto"
i (Rev. R N. Countee. Pastor.)
MissMamie Brown of Tampa is the
, rs for the past. month. returned home i takes the milk tLrouzh the stomach ..

At the City Market resterday.Foley's I the small intestines into the !large: in 11 a. m.-Preaching b) pastor. city visiting relatives.

testine. The lower Intestine digests 2:30 p. rn.nices. Mrs. :Sarah Jackson leaves today to
wood fiber also. This alone of all tin- --A prepared flour saves ai
I 7:30: : p. m.-Special services.St. visit he rvery sick sister Mrs. Matil
Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetables Honey and Tar contains' nopiate. forms of food nutrients is not found in I ..
Ir ) and will not constipate like milk. Because of the facts above stated fourth of the half the trouble da Dickson.
expenses, James P. E. ChurchT.
r in Season nearly! all other cough medicines. Refuse the ability to drink milk! is a test I Miss Gertrude Mobley of Columbia. f -

X substitutes. Sold by the Postoffice of perfect digestion in nearly all cases. and all the anxiety of pastry and biscuit i iI ( L. McCoy. Lay Reader.) S. C., is spending quite a pleasant time

Drugstore. I 9 a. m.-Sunday School. with Mrs. V. B. Coljer. She contemplates -

: City and Country Trade Solicited An Eccentric HUhop. making. I 11 a. m.-Services. returning home in a few days
Wilion of Calcutta had
Bishop as
I 3 m.-Easter sermon.
Maurice Crown, of fifteen p.
a youth Miss Addie Harvey returned from
housekeeper venerable lady who remembered -
Free Phone J 2 J. died" at his home in
Delivery years Tampa on tLe duel between Sir Philip Sparr yesterday.Rev. ,

---- ,Thursday. His brother. M>'er Crown. \ Francis antI \Varrrii Hastings 011 .\u;;. Second Baptist Church W. \). hartley will preach a special -

the remains to Ocala. and : THe FHIRProprietor. 11 a. m.-Preaching.
brought they I 17 1TN On entering the cathedral on sermon tomorrow night. Theme':

interred in the Jeish robed lawn 3 p. m.-Services. .
were cemetery. a Sunday mormitg. fully '
quetio nasked by neither God. man
00711171 SEED $TORIIGROCERY This family formerly resided: : here. sleeves and all. and! parsing' ; the pew I 7:30: p. m.-Services. "
angels or devils. Let all attend.
1 where the old lady sat he would paue I II

and give Ler the kiss of [>,.iee" before I Zion M. E. Church The revival services at Mt Zion A.
( Nothing as good for connoisseurs as
DEPARTMENT I all\ the congregation. and this although, B. L. I-IALL I (Rev. W. O. Hartley Pastor.) M. E. church continues" with much interest -
a Grand Royal lOc. cigar. Sold by &11 I
Le had met her at breakfast.His 9 Sunday school. -five converts. Tomorrow's services -
dealers.Mr. a. m.-
principal sermons too. were racy. Preaching : will be glorious, we anticipate.Let .
and Groceries Deliveredto Easter exercises.
Staple Fancy I against dishonesty especially in Proprietor. 11 a. m.- al lattend.

and Mrs. Jack Denby are occupying horseflesh as one of the great KnglKh I 3 p. m.-Preaching and communion
all Parts of the City 7.; :30 p. nt-Preaching by pastor. Rev. J. E. A. Keeler. our editor. left
what is known as the Row ell failings! in India he went on, Nor arewe .
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cottage on Ocklawaha avenue. Mr. servants of the altar free from | I today to conduct a special service at

PHONE. NO 163 Denby is an up-to-date salesman of yielding to this temptation." Pointing i II I New Zion Baptist Church his church at Hernando tomorrow. A

to the occupant of tLe reading desk\ below i grand rally is on.
the Marion Hardware Company.I 9 a. m.-B. Y. P. U.
----- ---- --- him: There Is my dt'ar and venerable j
C Of 3 p. m-Sunda school. -J. W. Howard, the swIft barber and
brotLer the tin-hdeacou down
will sell you a home cheap and on 7; ;30 p. Preaching. smooth shaver has now opened shop
there. lIe is an in-taul"t" of it. He i
Commercial Bank easy terms. F.V.. Ditto. Merchants'block. once sold me a Lor>e. It was unsound. TheEffective opposite Liddon's stables, and will give:\

Ocala Fla. 'I was a stranger and he took me in.' The Great Easter Show you first class work at regular prices;

I ministers at cut rates viz: shave, 10c..
9 BRANCH 9Q Ocala's greatest Easter exhibition of

COMMERCIAL BANK JACKSONVILLE We learn from the Gainesville Sun.I now !:>!. Spawn. i I \ -( Remedy the latest creation in Ladies Misses I Ii hair cut and shave :5c.! Open from

QI that Mr. Turner Brewer of that city Eels spawn like other fi"Les. For i and Children's Hats of every description 6:30 a. m. until S:30 p. m.: Saturdays

I If i has connected himself with Abe Brown I long. however, the mo..t remarkable r: ,- 'N, W'UIJIJrGTOJr. low, April 4, 1903. j and Ocala's greatest and largest open until! 11:30 p. m. Give him a trial.
theories were held a>> to their birth. ;> tw.\ ., it I was troubled for over a year with so scanty a !flow that I
CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO and Brother salesman.The
? I If as traveling One of the old beliefs was that tLey I I it Wis\Irtu.* ly siipnress.on.; A heavy cold superinduced: this I selection of Flowers Foliage. Chiffons. Mrs. Rachel Phillips. who has been
Sun speaks.>r highly of Mr. and coouiuou and not tag I tould: do wed to hilp me.
) sprang from mud.! A rival tLeory held: i '.:? c.-, -lied!e The unIt eftectne remedy I *>er found was Wine of I Veilings Ribbons. Mourning Goods, spending while at Palm Beach: returned -

INTEREST PAID ON TIM! DEPOSITS f I Io Mrs. Brewer. Mrs. Brewer arrived in that youn eels develoin-d fr.m fragments -! vt'I_ -.u(, icine Cardut.Vithn and after I two had weeks used, I 13 Mt bottU-s the good In all effects I was of as the healthy med i I Bridal Veiling, etc., will commence home yesterday, much delightedwith

OcaU Thursday. separated from their parents' j U'. and reiCuiar as any woman could wish to Le.w.y Thursday, the :24th! inst. You are cordially her trip.
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0 bi trr U5edltwhi!. expecting to become
I I If Il bodies by the rubbing against rud.s.I I lt1oth..r:1i.!! tUUDl1l.'at.: made cbildoirth a invited to call and inspect the

RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT "I have been subject to sciatic rheumatism One old author nut only declared! that t.\'' :. a"'rl'> nod was born bile conparald found- >"... .. largest and prettiest, line of Hats and Call at the Mack( House for comfortable -
that it elped
to regain her .
from dew. but the lodging and board at reasonable -
f they came May gave
l for years, says E. II.'aidron., High Art Millinery Goods ever shown
following recipe fur producing; tLem. I raXs. West rosd'3.
of Wilton Junction Iowa. "My joints : W01L'NU1B, ,oii. 0'TU1'1I1UIIC& I in Ocala
----- -- -- ---- ----- --- ---- lurN 'VI'I'Ttl with I
"I'm up IWO ( Mardeir II 1
were stiff an-I gave me much pain and I Broadiay: Millinery Store 1I I NYe hope you will not give us a lot
and laf tlL? <'w one upon the otter
: discomfort. My joints would crack j : of excuses when we call.
the gray sides luward. and then expose -
A E. BURNETT when I straightened up. I used Chamberlains them to the heat of the !sun. Inl' \ WINE01CARDUIWine Now ish... time for every coloredcitizen I

: Pain: Balm and have been tLeman home II
I few hours there will spring\ from \ I to prepare to secure a I HEALTH IS YOUTH

thoroughly cured. Have not had a infinite quantity of eels." for himself. The auction sale in the
I of Cardui cures nine out of ten of the disorders
every cases
THE JEWELER pain or ache from the old trouble for West End will give them this oppor-
S of !
Two Different TrftMtalrd Brethren rcen-triuuon. These cures are permanent, whether the trouble i.l'ol1lplt'atl is Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age
months. It is certainly mostwonderful
many a
; tunity. There they can buy lots or
development of names under the or not. I Herbine, taken every morning before
liniment. For sale by all house sand lots at their own price. or |
influence of foreign; environment I is \\ me of Canlui cures the sickness of young girls relieves the ; breakfast will Keep you in robust
Druggists. for the installment
shown in the experience of a lawyer weaknt,.i of a'lults. banishes: leucorrh.ta: headaches, backaches and pay them on plan. health, fit you to ward oft disease. It
FINE WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER who was endeavoring to locate the which will be equivalent to paying II
nt'nOlbllt- and ea>es the crisis attendant
on the change of life. I cures constipation biliousness dyspepsia -
afternoon the
Yesterday Daughtersof
heirs of a German family named rent and in a few year sthey will be
Thou-ands 1 : of mothers be.-ides Miss fever, skin, liver and kidney com
the Confederacy gave an Easter egg I Kline who had been over here scarcely : Hoot's: sister have: j owning homes of their own. Next Friday -

JEWELRY hunt in the Gary grove on Fort King more than a generation.! Two broth I II fouud! grateful relief from the pains of childbirth and have i at the auction sale will be the op- plaints. It purifies the blood and

avenue. About fifty children participated -I ers were supposed to be the sole ( Lad :a 'Iuil'klu.i happy recuUTV from its u e. You cannot :i portunity. I II j clears the complexion. Mrs. 'D.V..

AND and had a very enjoyable time, scendants and! Le finally found one h'-I suffer when *Luu Lotties are sold by alldruggists. J)) I !' Smith, Whitney, Texas, writes April

San Francisco under the name: of ; ". i Holy communion at St. James ElliS-I I 3. 19u2: "I have used Herbine, and findit
as the labors of each child were rewarded 1
tle and the otL" r in P.:"ston known usMr. copal church tomorrow morning the best medicine for constipation
: by finding that which it sought. Small. Hositon Kecord. J and Easter
OPTIC7LGOODSREPAIRING o'dock by Dr. Little special -
and liver troubles." It does allOU
', .
I Mesdames Blake. Harris. Gottlieb and A- = 2 :U-. .J; '-- !
sermon at 3 p. m. You are invited
claim for it. I can highly recommendit.
Misses Joe Williams and Louella! Gary Thratrbful Our

certain bishop ------------- -- to attend. ." 50c. a bottle Sold by the AntiMonopoly -
I had charge of the hunt. "Now, Thomas saKl a : : 'I
A SPECIALTYMerchants The handsomest line of juffets china -
after taking his: servant to tasU: I II

one morning "who is it that sees sill--I closets dining room rnairs and ta-

Block. SAVES TWO FROM DEATH we do and hears all we t>ay and know I I I bles, rocking chairs, reception chairs,
all we think and w Lo regards even me > : ets., that this portion of the state has
OCALA FLORIDA "Our little daughter had almost I I Cau On Ditto
an .
:In my bishop's robes as but a"it. I ever seen just received by Mclver &
fatal attack of whooping cough and worm of the dust?" j 1- -- --- --- _- --- --r I I jacKay.i .
'nu -
bronchitis" writes Mrs. W. K. Havi- And Thomas replied. "TLe mLosui.i i :

land of Armonk X. Y., "but when all sir."-London (;lollt!. I So many people who have apparently recovered from a cold i Let every church member' be found REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEF.

Special Sale other remedies failed we saved her life are stricken with Pneumonia. This is due to the fact that the i! at his lost of duty tomorrow.

One secret act of self denial sac I round hustler, W. Ditto, Room 12, Merchants'
one j Call and see the all
with Dr. King's New Discovery. Oud I bronchial tubes and hin\!s are in a weaKened condition and unable
rlfice of inclination to duty is worth j i W. M. Gordon. Clothes cleaned, pressed Block, Ocala, Fla.,
of niece who had Consumption in an advanced all the mere good thoughts warm: feel1'XJs. i j to resist that terrible disease. Ol'AAC. the greatest throat and lung I
MachinesWe dyed etc. Terms reasonable. Perfect -
Sewing | also used this wonderful
stage. I For lots to build on, from $10 to $100;
passionate prayers, iu wLic'-i :: remedy, will kill a cold in twenty-four hours. Physicians are con- satisfaction. block.
j Spencer
I medicine and today she is p..r-I some people indulge tJtc"1U.el"eI'l'> ] i houses to live in from $;5 to $1000.
[ stantly prescribing and recommending Opaac to their it
have a large number of sewing machines that have been usedsomebut fectly \\e1l." Desperate throat and :j trolt News-Tribune. patients, as I Falana's is the place to get choice Some of these go for cash and some

little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New I is purdy wgt'tabltnt'wr. causing that nauseating effect which I groceries and marketing. In easy terms. I warrant all titles.

been thoroughly overhauled by experiencedIoorkmen/ and all worn parts replaced Iiscovery as to no other medicine on i follow qUInine and lither drugs:; containing; opiatts.OPAA" : Don't forget Barco's stall. No. 7:, city CALL AT ONCE:

and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried eaith. Infallible for Coughs and Colds. 1 I market. I

and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen 50c. and $1 bottles guaranteed by the j jAntiMonopoly Sour *L. Green the lightning shaver. Call

Trial bottles Cures a Cold LALEXAiYDEflPractical
and tried, if desired. Drugstore. -
and try his shave and hair cut and you \_

We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12, I free. Stomach will always come. Shave 10c.; haircut

and each is at the in 24 Hours
a bargain price.
I 2Gc.; honing razor, 2Jc.; conca'erazor
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and Wil I No loss of ''
I appetite, strength, : 5c. All work first class. No CARPENTER AND BUILDER
ton" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment. nervousness: headache, cor.stlpatioJ.bad IT ACTS LIKE R1AGIC long delays; two chairs. Next door to

Graphophones and Records. A Graphophone and 6 Records for 5. CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR breath general debility sour !ns- Alberstine Smith on West Broadway. Careful estimates made on all contract

TEN CENTS, AT THE BOSTON and catarrh! of the stomach are I work. Giv-s more and better work foi
SPECIAL ATTE./ION TO MAIL ORDERS A Sure Cure for LaGrippe, Catarrh, Colds, Coughs, Croup, Keep in memory the exercises at the money than any other man in
til! due
to ir.dgMticn.: Kool cures
STORE. I Bronchitis Howard Academy Monda ynight Th town.
Indigestion. This new discovery represents Pleurisy, Whooping Cough, Neuralgia; and

Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at i the natural juices of digestionas i I Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption.This I program appeared in yesterdays issue.A !

-- -- ---- -- --- great time is expected. Admission.
I they exist; in a healthy stomach

"SMITH'S" i From Fridays Daily. combined; with the! greatest known ton;; wonderful remedy was not discovered: by accident, but I 10 cents. T. A. Colyer Bros.

NOTICE APPLICATION FOR I and recor-s'ructive rro rtes.! Kocil i is the result of sciemiiL investigation! by a prominent physician Call and enjoy yourself at the Red

Tax Deed Under Section S of Chapter Dyspepsia: Cre does not! cure in- Cross Pharmacy's fount Cool drinks Merchant Tailors.
Ocala Furniture Co. after! many years of study and labor. All dangerous ingredients,
i 4 SS*. Laws of Florida. d.gestion: and dyspepsia;: ; but this U-nous of all kinds etc. Prescriptions carefully
: such as drgs: ami, .!; s, are. elinvnated.! The curative propertiesof Hare in stock one of the finest assortments
remedy cures aj I stomach by compounded. West Broadway.

-- __ _ u_ ___ __ Notice is hereby given that S. R. Pyles cleansing pur.fyir.g, seeten..g and OPAAC act imm.Hats! : and is lIarwtl..u to break up in a few: Special services at Covenant church of suitings for holiday suits

purchaser of tax certificate Xo. Is91. strengthening: : : the mucous hours any i.olJ: <"r lcvcr.: sxmptums nut too lung neglected. 7:30.; ever presented to the Ocala public.
tomorrow evening at
lining the stomach Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning
dated the 1st day of July, A. D. 19 1.1
-RESTAURANT< -- dyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall
-- has filed said certificate in my office,
.. .... Buy a Box Today. Price 25c. Just ReceivedThe and winter suitings to your liking.
and has made" application for tax deed I I
Broadway Millinery! Store has Best suits for the money in town. Inspection
to issue In accordante with law. Said I

xFirst Class Meals certificate" embraces the following described Be cure you get the p,-nuine. If your druggist does not haveit just received from the millinery cen- solicited. No. 3, North Main

-) i situated in Marion | ![ ter another shipment of creation's latest St., two doors north of Ocala House
1 property stnd: u-> yuur name and aa..ress for free sample.
1I I. ....unt)". Florida to-wit: N>> of sei4. ; I in Walking and ReadytoWearHats

-)x> Oysters in all Styles i i sec ing 3 assessed\i. t P 16, at r =the 2. The date said of the land is.u-bl'I|i IRVING DRUG COMPANY, Philadelphia, Pa. I talking for ladies about and our misses.pretty Everybodyis Ready-to- NOTICE Tax Deed APPLICATION Under Section 8 of Chapter FIR-

Wear Hats. You should them.
I aiKe of such certificate in the name ufunknown. ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE Ocala Fla.. J. W. CASTEL, Proprieti see 4SSS. Laws of Florida.

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining I Unless said certificate shall Notice is hereby given:\ that L. Horn
------ ------ Easter services at Zion M. E. church
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be redeemed according to law. tax d..dwlli KodolDIGESTS K. W. Home, J. B. Norman Jr., and

issue thereon on the 6th day of FRESH MBRTS: HND G7ME I tozr.rrow morning at 11 o'clock and I G. A. Petteway. co-partners under the

Room open until midnight. Personal April. A. D. 1904.\ communion at 3 p. in.'Fine firm name of Home, Norman and Co..

Witness my official signature and! WHAT YOU EAT We keep tin> :r.ana a lull :line of the best Beef, Pork, :Mutton and roe shad every other day at
attention given to special orders anythingthe purchasers of tax certificates Xo. 1S40
seal this the 3rd day of March. A. D. I Sausage to be had Game in season. Fresh Vegetables! etc. I Tompkins' stall. No. 10. city market
market 1SU 1827;, U:!. dated the 6th day of
offers prepared for the table on 1904. S. T. Si trunk. : Gives Health to the Sick and Caret; attention to orders and quick delivery made.
Easter services at Mt Zion A. M. E.
short notice. i Strength to the Wtk.Botls August A. D. ISO* and certificate
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla. I CITY MARKET W L JONES. Proprietor. church tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. 2004, dated April 5, U9:. have filed
: only $1.00 Size hoiir, 2S tim.j
the trW a..c..htcs M.I f jr 5vC- Fresh water bream and trout saltwater said certificates in my office and have

NOTICE APPLICATION F'R Prepared by B. C. DeWitt & Co., CUup. I trout sheephead and bass and I made application for tax deed to issuein

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar Tax Deed Under Section s of Chapter ::: salt cured mullet and fresh oysters at accordance with law. Said certificates -

4S, Laws of Florida. Sold by Wm. ANDERSON. Notice is hereby given that S. R. Pyles IIERBINE situated in Marion
-- property county.
Skilful Cooks Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands : progressive whist club met at
purchaser of tax certificate Xo. 1454, In tne Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Florida to-wit: W>? of se 4 of nw%,
Mrs. W. P. Parker's last evening and i
i.ited the 6th day ofuguot.. A. D. Circuit of Florida in and for 1 Tenths I > .
Special price to Regular Boarders -=_ -c -=--
i 1 "IJ. has filed said certificate in my Marion County in Chancery. ; 1 see 9. nw 4 of sw>4. less 112 acres in
thanks the
to hostess.
I ..!fl'.... and has made application for of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
Thomas and 12: acresin
I Graham. Complainant, vs. jDEGOiATES j square shape in ne cor
tax deed to issue in a..'' Call at T. Randolph's l for cool
THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt Annie Graham. Defendant I square shape in ne cor of nw. of

law. Said certificate embraces the following -, It is hereby ordered that the do>fen Ii : all the s the liver Stomach and Bowels: | drinks. Ice cream, etc., next to W. O. sw ;. sec 17, tp 17, r %0, and w i of
described i Parkers restaurantMrs.
property situated in j I ant herein' named. Annie Grium.: tej sw 4, except 1 acres square in ne cor.
McGrath's Stand' ,, PeopleSiufer n Cleanses! : the System Purifies the Blood! f fpl'RESMalaria
Marion Florida. towitV: of
county : and she is hereby I The said
j required: to a; i*; rj Mattie Chapman's little daughter ,: int sec IS, tp 17, r 20.
sw4 of sec 111. tp 16. r 22. The said to the bill of in this of the
j complaint .iu C" .Belle May, got her hand"I'rely land being assessed at the date
-- land being assessed at the date of the I on or before Monday the 2ni da> of Biliousness, Constipation!! 'ut this. morning. issuance of such certificates in the./

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issuance name May. A. D. 1994. w Weaktrnach: and Impaired Digestion.Diseased | name of .A. D. Mitchell Ed V. P yburn i
WHITE-SCREAM of Albert R Unless said certificate II from a Henry Holland has bought one-half
I Hogue. It is further ordered that a copy of and parties unknown. Unless said certificates -

WORMS VJiF!! 09.f shall be redeemed according I this order be published once a week i Emy! EtfI: GcsraMesd t to 6:12: S3Usfath.:4i.ica : j interest in the famous Jones market shall be redeemed accordingto

law.. tax deed will issue: thereon on the for eight consecutive weeks in the UOTTL SMAT.T.POSE. lIe also runs a first class grocery_and law, tax deed will issue thereon on

For 20 Years Has Led ail Worn Remedies Prl mf :"th day of April. A. D. 1904. I Ocala Star. I Liver ice:5O Cents.j i: market, on Tucker Hill: also will purchase the 25th day of April, A. D. 19u4.Witness \ .
Witness: my official and your hogs and cows.
signature Done this the 13th day of February.A. my official signature -and
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1 f ..A JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louls.< seal this the 30th day of March. A. D. D. 1904. S. T. Sistrunk.T. d'a Prepared by JAMES f BALlARD, SL Louis. Mo 1 1Ii The password of today among the seal this the 22nd day of March. A. D.

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for sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading druggists Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla. Complainant's Solicitor. I for sale: by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores for Easter t ,t11orrow." Let us atop a Clerk Circuit Court Marlon



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