The Ocala evening star.

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


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Sheoed &Almoads

Kremo & Pumice Soap

Vigor and Presto
SOc package

Rich's Crystalied Ginger

Strained Honey

Gava Jelly

Yellow Corn Meal

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Volhme 9, Number 253


By Candidates Taloaferro. Davis. Call.
Sparkman and McNam~e.-Large
Audiences and Close Attention

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S ti., l f i.-n.l-is to 'v. within :1 year or .of
.ti,. Handso e line of piece I .ii..-s I-, .-i., .,. ,- ,.t th-y .iti-,i
gonds in stock or stfts,= 'u'"iil ." -T .: ., ii \ f, i;Inthat
tro s rs and overcmboats. ', ,,,Ii 7,..,d '- 1 .t
Weare up-to-date in ma- , .., i., ,.... ,, N.i .
teral and workmananshp. ,,, .,! a. ,,, i :, ., , .,,. ,...,.ni
All orders skillfully and ,ii, a, l oik.-. iti, :.,:,r.ii ,,, ,r
p -ro aptiy ypec ted, work k..-' *. -itk.- I h" tI,** it ,t inth 1 1 Ii ll-
i lly guaranteed. -! 'I ti i* '*! h- st-i'* 'i, i 1tiolm m
itit. thiiim mihmilt th," Tili-t ti.itm m .t l ,'.11t -
Jerry Bw .li-lt-'. is ti:, ,.'t h .y ,,ll t,,,.,!
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FRESH ARRIVALS OF S.i...% ,it.L ,pInti s. l:r,\tmn ,tiTllt y I .'
in .1 i h .thilut his m r, p, i l s>\,i **. l .tit.-s
ROQUEFORT g ;r1r in'1 I'*"t^*'a'*'1-1 *i;is-i al t'i him'.-f.
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W.W.Cartana &Co. t'.?oIiim

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rF L TS D VEGETABLES l" .1 h:,.it in. .ill Im: liA .t.'.

CHICK ENS AND EGGS >p. ''., i.i li l; \ .tt,
FCiCEBA DjlKERY T"'>" "* 1 '" ofl'*" -ti"-
MRS M ARTINOT. PROPRIETOR ', .1. .. | !'i th," .I-. kit s il \',Its

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0cala Wagon Worlks
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t C GC. ,c-a- R ubber T-re Machine

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We will sell for the next
few days a line of


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


Ca.ttloulu-* :ti,,n imel-,n. the best va-
ritti-s, an'l gultart nt: .d fles.h. reliable
*-mi1l. Ty-lings :tn-l Co.



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I atJ. At. Ilittimuin mitii iji

1.*ri s.<:-. 7. a, : ,- f .t g~id. land as
atin 1, h1 I ill M.I li,1n .mount y. dF-s.rib-
S! ': lia in s- -, 19. t 14, s,. r 22.
- .. ,1: lyin,-. ,;'.:t h+-, t;ziin-'sville '>11 ,|.
:liut 41. r1 iv. n iiil ffr, n hialr .
I-. i" han'r **. if-r it will be sold
. i p !i),r ,i.ih. Inquiire of the Star
ffi; t F, i'la.
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!S* 1 'n I,: ,. 'uts. Ir uIs-s. Sor1 s.S
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;i i- 'I tI II in ir kt-. ill uof i\hich ;arte


Secretary of the State Horticultural So-
ciety and Editor of the Florida
Farmer and Fruit Grower
S J... k .i. ;:- T :a .- -I', \; : :.

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I hiring thi cii \\,;r 1- M p.P s
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this. t i i, ill .t hif- k 't till' "'A ti,'it .111
Al,,im- I-'rmmii M.,. t o S--:t."
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*I1 ti i -r MSj .I. i mW Po'-.ll of th,"
I':iitl-l Stat,-s inut-;iin ofr -thnl,-,gy. A

.A ,It "iiu 11 1at Iijtji- a fmmv.0'. aria Iinger- full Iis,-r i'ijt jiom mitthi- r'eammuitm".)f his r~--
- ,Is. 11. 1- i WtM it, h Hazel ~i si- i-ps''a---iulplishemi lby ths- Ut IA-I
ti.\ Ai; *'i!i IiS.111t. highly pImi!--I,)' i tin -thniili,g1i-sts Ia a t 14-

.\ " ItI,,- i th.- North. who has
If .-:; ,',- i.itg in tht i S,,tit this \Ain-
t,. ** 's,, ll Ik,- t, -! .i r llit ;as coin pall -n
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,'rl-il .1 ;i:t.. Mrs. E.dna John-
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See or Plhone



NO. 25.

Ocala, FIa.


T.-Ill ,n, r gom.l tale's about our candy
than ,t\i \\i4al.l .tlare to print., even with
inii im.-y 'l-.-.v imt-a l with pride,. If you
\\. !It ti ktnow tho nierits of our -ontfec-
t iri y -plrity. lsi,'IiuSIleS. '' sweet-
Iti'.-m. t.-sm'- ;is to fti'oi at-I make--you
hLi'. 1- i t" :.Iu sk triSi- w', lo buy, eat
art l ,.l.-;ight irn I,.riiy's sw-petmeats.
-At -

Woe %%ant t~im41om a ltiam.r i-, i.e-r t h~in

tht N%,- a rd~e~ tAe t.,r-n: ~l.A !r dn

th'- ni'iist efl'i. i-nz st*: N*, a ; t

k-ftht N 1i't ill
C.11iniO GodRACI-!i tle.


In the country new lands fenced, bigger crops made.
1v Ocala new buildings going up and
old ones being painted.

i n M.trch "2'. 1%'7M. Mr.1 PIwers Vi i.
matIri-il tit Mis. M. r t;I irt r-,t-fin;i 1in
I'hilatl-lphia. l11 \.t-; tlht- f.atht-r if six
c-hillr-n. iof ihouim four survive' him.
Thy ;>it Il. \\'. H. Po +.% rs ,o,
FIi.: 1Mrs. W. A. Sh-in;ak-,rt ,tiIl irn:,
I'Nvi'' s f I'solunbtus. I*hio,. ; I .l Arthiit
I',V.ers (if Jarks onvill.-.
In 1SS4 Mr. Po-wer- >-aine t Fi kil,t
ianl eng:tge-Il in orang'- -ultur-.. Short-
ly afto-rtarils h- the-F'loril.t
Fartiln-r aind Fruit <;r'in--r, which h,
piublish-il for fiurteta-n y-.ars. F-or tht- six y,-;try M r. P,,vt- i h,.l 1->--ii thi.
t-fi,'-i'lit a;ig i iultur.ol -ilit 'r ,f th.
T inr-s-l'iiiiti .iniil i 'iA tizI. :n1il foo .-..'-
*':i;il Vy I sII h," ,h; --n I. *- I Iy iof th.-
T ,. fUl.-: ,l ,r\.i -. ,i>--s r -i- th- r in. iitis
,,f M r. I'.t- \ill tIak- Il., .M ,i',l.a.v
;: rif. lni. t flml I n 'll, m t hi. 'l ,t' F n' .iti" a.
liuti<-toirms 'I irk :an-It Iturns. i-,rnr-'- ,t
M .i ll a -i'l M ,im r,.o- .wti ts. v tnil "\ill h,-
,,p.ii] t>-, li y NN-v. \V F. I;" its. i.;is-
tmr iof th,- First P'r-.hyti-r.i n -hu,' i.
A iflmoting rf th,,i int,-rfste itl tha-
huilding ,mf a n.i -- , .-ri h<.- ,- x \\' il! 1
h-l14 Wt-JnmSil;l. tlh- 6th mf A lpii. .it
the ',ntral Natti,'nial th-ink i.t 1 p. rni
Nothing Equal to Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
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,'h,,i'i-t ,iii. I Ti.iil h,-.m -'ima-,:.;. it 'v'
fat" iaily l'<. ." ,i ,."" in-.'. .al7 J I;
i 'um>ki- ,, .\,-'..-; I., lan .. r \:Xis. \\ .- !: -. -.
giv t-n it tim ,mll if t ifr .i'i -, \t'.
i;.ivi" i- Iin- hi-' tip' I a i i irr."' fini: ti >.;n.,
t tll p ,S,-. illt h.a \,>- li-\'a -r f,;li.: tll tI i.l.lZ
tDi *',pl.l *'hi.ih it .,-: 1 tiln'- If -,i v ;'i
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Carpentering and
General Repawhi

Box om ocMA^ IA


For Misses, Chldren and Boys

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ST : r- i .: i n i.i ... .......... .................... ... ...... 1 to S 1.75
T .: ..- ::r : P.t L--ather................ ....... .... .. ...... $1 to 82
N -.. Sty- -;-;.er for M ........ ...... 1..5 to $2.54
I; -: -r *,xf>:- is for ,;r.s and Boy. -.. ................ ........ .... $1 to $2
1.. ::.-- Ht .. Tu;:!:t- Oxfords and San ta's in a!l styles.
\\r.i:- '.nt\a.. xforIs. for Ladies and Children.... ... .... ......11 to $1.50









Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. AE It is a
S a C& .a a


McCrath's Old Stand

Rebuilt ad Newly Fmrished
ap... -..m. a ma .m an we mm ~




Onyx H osiery, best on earth



We beg to announce that we ate

ready to deliver ice to the peo-

ple of Ocala and su rounding country





of Tradc

Having new and modem machinery

and efficient men, we can fullill the

demands of the trade promptly and

satisfactorily and solicit a share of

the patronage of the public


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Fifty Cents a Momth, $5 a Yeaw

Oxfords and Sandals






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Ocala Evening Star, Monday, April 4, 1904


-- T museCARROLLel T Tials Tou Ri0il"

C. L. aUtinger Md R. R. Cafrell
Editors and Proprietors.

Dr. W. H. Powers of this city has the
deep sympathy of his many friends in
his sorrow in the loss of his father.
Mr. Stephen Powers. who died in Jack- YOU ARE BOUND TO FIND
soaville Saturday. Mr. Powers was one
of the leading journalists of the state. A ABUM, IT SU LY
and a most excellent citizen. and pos-
.esed the respect and good will of a OF GOOD THINGS
large circle of friends.

Mesers. Conrad and Cushman. grand
master and grand secretary of the
So.. ^. o^;, Hecker's Royal Healthl Food
lode No. 22. in Ocala. Saturday night,
and mnet with a cordial reception. Grand
Master Conrad in now on a tour of in- Malta-Vita, Maple-Flake
Pecton of the various lodges of the
state and reports gratifying success. M othrs Oats
He s ys the Odd Fellows of the state A vd
are in better condition financially and
numerically that they have been for a
number of year. New lodges are be. ________ ____________-____
ilg established and old ones largely
recruited. Secretary Cushman said TI"1 1" C

year. In that year the increase in H
member-hip waqs *. an excess of 93
over l9il. After the.e gentlemen had
given very interesting and intrutve - - ---- -
talks and attended to the secret work HEARST DELEGATES CHOSEN FOR
of the order. light refreshments were I RESIDENCE FORSALE
served and they took the midnight A me'-tingf thf th t this county I Offer for Sale My Residence, Near
train to ;ainesville. greatly pleased was held to.ilay in the city hall. E. c. i the School House, in Ocala, Containing
with their visit to Ocala. and their 044Odd la d and IR Itlullock were chos- 10 Rooms, Bathroom and kitchen; is in
Fellow brethren. en delegates to th.- IH-arst ,..nve.nttion Excellent Condition and Fitted With
in Jacksonville on April 7. Marion
000 FOR CHILDREN county is for le..arst. tirst. last and all Electric Lights Throughout. Half Cash;
the- time. C. M. lhonu. Jr.. ci.,mmit- Balance on Easy Terms; Title Perfect.
The pleasant to take and harmless, tee-man of this -county. an- 14; .. .Math- DAVID S. WOODROW,
One Minute oughh ure ives immedi- eos of the state He-arst lcmpligln om- Room 12. Postoffice Block
ate relief in all cases of oughh. Croup mitte-. have- Ione- good Uvok for the
and La. Grliclpe. because it does not great Newi York statesni.m. THE REGISTRATION BOOKS
pas immediately into the stomach, but
takes effect right at the seat of the DREADFUL ATTACK OF ill 1 o in Ocala Tueslay Thurs-
trouble. It draws out the inflamma- WHOOPING COUGH ay and on tuhe same a r of the su seuent
tion. heals and soothes and cures per- a o t o tsuseuet
manently by enabling the lungs to .vwn- Mrs. Ellen Harliscn. of 300 PaIk t.. llwing the dat rgusiven,
tribute pure life-giving and life-sus- Kansas C.ity. .M.. writes ,as follS Dons:erguson
tayRegistration t)fficer.
taking .oxygen to the blood aCnd ti- ..Our two children had a se-ver attack of
sues. One Minute ough Cure is wh qping ough. one of them in the A CURE FOR HEADACHE.
pleasant to take arid in good alike for aroxysm of coughiieg woul.l often faint
young and old. Sold by Wm. Ander- and ble-l at the nos-. W- tried -very- Any an. Atman cit -hilI suff,-ring
son1. thing wUt hearel (of Uith Eer orton of aron and other lif. We thn aled in ur fily ol,-. dnroivsy fe-ling. sho ull t;tak onl- or tlw%,
Irery iiortton lof Marion an'd others or wh r._lC-.. .r l,.he"N' ri.,.' ,.,,.I H..o n...e. .l

S.... ...&I .. ... .... .... ....... A 1.....4" o f I[1
counties contiguous to Marion was rep- Tar. 'ith the- ery tirst ,os. th-y lt-- :n ni
resented at the meeting Saturday. t i mpo p ove and% e%,'l that it has :tra f
iwhtch was one of the largest that has I thir liv..s.' t,'fuse substitutes.
been held in the city for many a day. ,I II,.y th- ,,stffi.< Irugstor-. the
but the real interest seemed to ve-nt-er
il the candidates after they had retirel Mr. R. Civi.s of Sparr met with itl y
to the O('ala House. The most sought :t ca'-uli'ar but serious .''eie' list
after man ,wait Senator Taliafe-rr.. and iek. H,. entered the stable uith fel .
almost every person ihop att.-nde-d the for his l,-t lllare-. As he' st'li-pa-d ive.r .r,'r'
meeting of any ipromin-enCe. desired a the- thr..sholdl of the d-ior h- stiumhll.I stOCk
Iersw nal intetrvi*-% with hitm. It looked! as tI -II. tI hI-in al c l, iln l **- .1i
as if Taliaterro nw-n awre as iplentiful nt is,- .I-yi ,,ii'kly. The aniiial Itu In- t, s
in O-'ala. Saturday. :i autumn lea'-ves in -el t ..iledi e his shoule-r .aail d
Ienhtmber. Congressman Sparkman I ig nl sto.O ver,. hi uitil his l st in t.k
was also greatly sought after. and so t ,;st' .11k I h' .. e
-e-rsistett weta his l.ers tha:t tUina I f :. t Iruti,.,i tiiut i ls In ol evi i.
had to Ie aall-! oni them so s to giv'e a
audience tei otha'rs who Ue 'e I"patietitly hit+I
waiting. <'o.cressman Spa.rkman leIft
on the midnight train for Wa\\hingtscn. TARRH THAT CONTAIN
where' he will tesumt,- his duties. havwiv : MERCURY
teo n at .-.tit in Flori:ra andl in his ,lis- -'As nAtr, y \ii i s.,ely s,.est.- y ht li

traict (4o t 1wh pIast sev Ir:t weeks teeo look ^ "1 smf "ll l ,*,et,*''*'> '*i.tIael
aft.'r his lotlit .al f.l n'n. W heol ,ues- 1 1th hi 't+-vit h,.TI eltei'-'lt ita
tl4i'to hy b. rc.Iu-mrt..r ;is to his priosp e-, ts t hiroigh th-. util. ous n ii., Sthh
he' Sitad h". hai-l every tassuain.e oif te- < Itt .-s shoitil. n. .-. t use.l 'x -epet
ing ret tume.-d. T'he r-est of the' spl.k- "it pes. ptiiis fto ti 'eut i 'le hy-
ers. Senator Tailiaferro. 'Wilkinson :'all S i.tmis. C- th'* , lthey 'i.ll ,A. 1as
altild 'vonigtess nii I t.vis. elt to liwtn- t1'n foid to th., g ood y" 1 u 1 I p'ssii ly
I yesterday. where the % ill s-4 0 k. 'i*e" fr nl 1lte.. I .,il% i s ', t.,t h ll< .
anid tomo i4rrow nchitlt they will .ail-.ess n ; i"'1 u t ela ,, by I' .1. a 'he.n .y iN i *,..
the people of Ar -her. To-lol. sl!,li. ., Ii |eli,'uiy. tnl
|is t.akel inti t i.iirn ly..>t tie 'lir,'itly upolti
BEST COUGH MEDICINE thI. ,l,'1si ttl llu 'tls surf:ae f thie
FOR CHILDREN. .- V~stn. i n lbu i. H.ill's ittarrh C"ur'-
te t ils yse .. th.'t '.*-, i't I' i' i-
1.. '. l:'n ii t,' n ill\ -an I 'n.e ili' I .ii'e-eIe li .

Whenn -you >tly ; '"'auchII Ie.inllie for0
chil-lre'in yo'i em' itn hi'h youl
Ctal place timplici want one that noit only believes Imut
cu-es. Ytou w.llt tie th1.t s iumn0micTUs-
tlon.atoll h.irtnle-ss. You \.ant ot:e that
in plea,.'ntlt to 'hat;icbeirline's
Ct'o h lt,'lte'l| ,ets all of the-se 4,,ton-

S'.1 F J ,'h.en.e'. 1 ,vi 'cc T'-ctlllneet lil.

* : I' t te

Take- II ,li l'nitiily 1Pill" fci'r e',7s.ti-

ditotins. Thee is nothiiing soi goo for h Mr Je, Ii *i illou ,V. C. .1In hilte for
th- e ,ioughs .nm I ol.- s 4 iti.iient t sl -t ilf .if M. i. n ,I uinty. il I. ...e tO.-
c-hilthood. For sale by all druggists. in'i" r itl Ant h t ; ;.-. *iti'.t. or-
S tnci SptI itl:s. P'i,' ,1.i FI-. t M < 'ci'.
The t.rotr.t of county ;'Hmnuissioners t' ''il t'ek'- "ix the i' h niliii t.'** tish
n 't this Ia'l, Iinc All the inetnmle s |f st -Fu etil v Mrt- ; tll., ,iy
were presen tt exe, lpt Mr W .tTi-a nn .of h- is v- t:-: X ith v *' y :' titfyii g
'itr:a,. ho is exl t' te, this .af'tern' n s ut,. c : h:s; ' i i .. e .

Th' toit nmelilte'-s we'-e le..+--,1i to '\el- I
conne Mi. Sa4muel II. Pyles \ lho, ,ee-iv-
edt his commission the o'th ,*.i"ay. J.t, k
Mcu*illy of the Itellti setitn wIas .
ve-%y Iniellt.ant vialtor l-',tl thie i.a.t,!
h;tiving( t t esrs of ilt.'.e'-st te. the tax
i.a~yer of the Coiitl.y

14y Foley'sl Honey% .td Tar. It stops
the t a.'kitng c ough tand he'.ls .iinl
strengthetst the lungs. If tiken in tunete
tt % ;lt prevent ai attackk of p eul'lno-t
nia. Refuse substitutes. Sold by the
Imltoni'lie truagsttore.

Mis. AnTnie I,, ortn.-'r ;'esi le.t
and nuit. te.t a'h'h !of a 1.-.'.. but ',for the'.t thie T1ll.t.'Ihs .t Itke' He ..-1. i.
Volusi.i >cou ', ty. whe:e she ut'nt f.rt her
he.tlth. has greatly imniproeved, anI u liil
gui to T.nttip. shtortl tI- ets.titsh in
the hing of music. in that i i'l


"u r I !t !.- ,.! ,i-i. h : h at .11 .a ixi t 'st
,! ..It k ,f w ihi,< ;.nime ularh .in,
1.t e ; ::t \\::t .' M !s. \'. K. HI.tvi-
l.etti ,' Atini,.e k N Y t; n e Ih '! t1ill
*ith* r :* !!* < .!:;* : w s J I .er ;i:"e
\:tlt l1I K:ngI s N I'- is. e\.':y. Oi.
t -.'.'h. u, he' ti I t.x. -r..:,; !'!; 'f. :iti :al-
\ .t. l el si.c .t ;s,' 's..t ta.) \hn .:per-

t,+tl i > :,. ..t- c:, it, .* I :;- i -:'> tNe-,
7.,,, .r.n,+i n i. ,,. ;,.n c' :. .,t ..; i 1.y t!'+

te..s ..e.


The Louisville & Nashvile R. R. of-
ieri. unexctt iled pas.enuger service.
Modern trains caring Pullman Sleep-

*\Witt s L.ittl. ,Irl'y !itiss night
morning. These famous little pills
ainmous be-.' thi-y .ir- a tonei,'
-II as a pill. While- the-y c'le.-anis,
system they stee-ngth hei tl rtebuilel
their t, onic' ,.TfeT--t upIno thon ir live-r
low.els. S l1 by \'ll. .,i lr.soi.

A. K-ls--y ofi St;intn c ;iim- i, -s-
y a;nIl visit,'- I th.' "hii tll liss.
fi'rm. .1r. K,.ls.'y is ,lln ol T't-n-
c-Ait. ltHe hi;s se-'- | :t t''gr t I-,al of
tit-ok andal knows it % h''n h. s'-'-."
wi' not only kno\\% s %\hat the' izioseP
)of Kentucky is. it 5ys by ,,t.n-
en thit Mr. e'h:ctnlfliss i.ts ;,s tifn"
Is ;is eny th .>'- :z!r ,-'%\% 11.
h is e''rt.inll y '" .il a if ini. tee


S. I.JAQuinn of l l'.e.1lishI. \'t.. \ :1n5
,hlbi e.,e esf his i tist'ill:t ly i-h '.ith iy iti-
v:Isiin 4f 'hr i >n i. e,, ipa.lio, \\'he-ii
I:!-. Kin;'s Ne\\ I.ite P1lls btok- it I
his l tic Inile, ." :c *t.*-! .,. 111 I
n IW\ he' ,ll ir',.ly ,';tl .I. TL'h '! 1n1 -
e1ti"'l tto ar '. 2.''. 'It thi- Anti-Mi-I
114 11eec1V' I *i mii tcet e-.


ev. .John S. Ce',x. (oft \'.ik. Ark.,
IIs t ,'-s. '*l'or 12 y,';t!'5 I s aft'-'.. !', f. :it
V .- t' .T li ,. I ,n -su l ,.I t .1 t z -
I. ,-' ,, 'i h!ys ,i i.t. .i s I :. I .. i se, i s iif
t .- ti its.-s. bi|t :,,t n1,, i *; 'i,f 'l'h,'n I
li'ei"n tile us* ..f I.> ,, i liitte''s .m i
te'l' clc tt I dli* : i'ts tlte'' efl te Il *e'.l
.\e, <." It" you w .ati t ,:'* I ,li, 11.> l:-
ItV.- for, itn Ki nlle'y t:,nl',-'.
stonti. h mlisiet,1'd e!" ,i' gcn-'" it *gI t iliy.
e,.t l. -,t:'i,' lIn ttle e It+i tl't .: e t:" .
lby th .\tnti-M ,t n ,pniI I,7! -s'.: + ,n;y


st o'-ct I .1' r
h ei'. efli 5'''at


'\\ "W ;- :!1

t ..' -
ec> f \


We.- h.i 1.i -.'n' WtiAP'n

3Y. t.."'r, tee~.vC-y In .tt.-

t,.-rxX~i~e." ~~:~ Jr 4-1 -T ..t I.:
f r h Ih t how- k- ..s
th.- ifl-nroeon. ;'re--nt~nz *the-.i-
treP the- i~an te-: 5. t: g t-% h-

-Te 4)un.- ty ('keif :r.n.i. ~

sat-1e.' aid a To p Is,..ijA!. 1,1.; tlthe
3nf-l,lt I.. i;'-tine't4,vz f l;,'.,:i*.
vuwiny ltit e\'.*r ,,,.reckCc I,
Ir-inii h.- -tatt to)WL' i t !-;wiz: 4A
great lii;. zy 1v le. 'i*L' I.:' eic ni ez ', -ti er-
golttc'lI t hat I th., 1-1. 4;rlo 'If.,:I,;
'otteol tlvlrf (oil the 10:'I1.4-clcei je7 ; 17 1 0- eI '
frouc ,thc-Fnt~im. At ItI#- 11r-T
Inl I'c-l 'ma r t hemre wae- an eet: it tie ill
majority-about 14wo.ommo- aftalin-t ir-1;.

attac ketilt lort Sui ti~r e.j-.e tie e1.:
sail -m- alervri.of't "-n. i ite w*'r v.d
about the sawl~e tleei-ive 1.1e
"But liIn ranklil ee1tvtiItV Uio-iL
State rights ano! est-vt-i. .::,I, I *:i.
allegia tice of tho- eta'i r.- le'IeLt
thert- %%ase- suc-lhtel de'I-..nI-t c.
result 4of the tirst Otewtjiwi tlwet. I -dIfle
the lMon. loet," Turney. artaerii a tel *.
prt-e co ',urt jiudge.* aniA tic.j e- c ,vserno-.
the, citize'll-. held :1 ii'~. iih l~id
goleniniiiIm s,41 tit 11 4rdiil imc,offact-.
sic na r rtrio'm ~~ .4 of cc cr-. wh. in
the state rei'ciiteo-roiel iil.Junc*.Irtaink-
fini vqoility Was mc clifitie ad tiIroiii. wr
Its allegianlce." -Wasiit'li 104 .11Pu~st.

Units Elf Measure.
The ecllito r %%as ta mi his Lu ~tiverna-
ess that t hro'*e ki~irlo-pe c-t5ltic 1114stlt1edc
oue luau. uiicl at the ne1.1itlire :wia. -if 'N
years he dceteriieaiie. I tuip t et thle 1c-
racy of this stait-ine4-tt. lie had iil) cljif
tictilty ill fildnd j flit.h i l vcee.let
sonwihow liiithroee unr~iins thaet1h4-
pivke le-i p iltil t-4hi'clik.*tis' ~yard : r~~
'with the' fcernitila. Ht-a icwvr i. tta'ilift4A
the linrt- scjit'itjivc tr-t %\ licivhi!e tl~i'.;

(,S0iLat ing Ill a seuc t414 iinv:Ivli) at %-itm
level lit the latt~tude* cit I. itieltin k1
39.13. : :Ici nelhes. aitic! iripi tilt-e ktiecwdI
edge Of !this fact flwe ttalii I:1e 1Iii fthe
inch. f4oot and yair- ti cn e:til c' v chido
tableed shiepiltithe cefipt'tiri d ta tielaire s at
any time iloo lost for ii Vhti.' ieuilit
'1I4,14the *"standard" measures "'a-i dc-
lstroeyedltby firq-at the lie 'se 'off itirlia-
fluetiianlfattentilit lwais 11:1ioc -t-P ri-stowere
It toy the jeeticltltiiliatest, b11tt111-114111-
lunis. like barleyvcccrrs. were found not
to agree. -Lonelci 4 hrt on lele~.

Did lie G(et Off
The famous I.idell. who. with
Scott. compiled l iddell iand S ctt's
lexieont. w'aS detian of ( 'hri college. Oxford. It was lwhispred In
regard to the lexicon that I.i!lleil pro-
vided the nioney tanid Scott tlhe brains.
A young undergraduate was haliI le,-
fore the dean for soinlee ihislemeannor.
"I hear,. Mr. --. that yon have a pret
ty wit for Impromptu verse." siad thel
dean. "If you will write' onne ion the'
lexict on I will let y.iu tof" "li'.o young
man thought a nioiuent inl then sail:
"There's a Lexicon wrlitt,-n by I.iddell and
SomOn ,f It's giod,. andr snome f it s not.
The pirt that is ge,,d1 wn.a written lby
The part that was writt-n by I.iddlell ia
oI. 11lit1 N'wVs.

The Silk Splnnlng Oyster.
A mollusk that iniglit take' a imnpor-
tant place lI textile ilndustries if it ex-
isted In sufficient numbers i- fonnd in
warm seas. especially on the c.nit iof
Sicily. It Is the pi1int:l. n genus of winvi
shelled bivalves. of whlichi one species
attains a length of two feet. To :attan-h.
Itself to the rocks it slplns a ctable of
strong tilainenits. calltel '.1lleetivily th,
byssus. TIese threads arre wNinlierfully
stroint. silken in tCextur, nutid ;ave' 1iee it
woven into) variiuiis dirlicate fal !rie'. A
pair of g.oves frtiU tli i;ainateriatl maity
be seen in the Ir';-i !'::i;t r::;:. ::tnil
fine inummy cloths ti:lde frnm it by the
ancients are still pr-.e'rved

The Fate of the titnimy.
I somln'timl"., wn,,iitel'r whiait will be-
COtle of tilt st;ing n 111:111 tlhe' hiere-
after. C'rtalnly .,e can't grt iiinto lieai
en. and if the die.vil i hais ft the tirst
pritnililes of ia gentlllinial tire tlni-g.
mania will not get thi. entre-.' iln the W.:ier-
place. It Is well teo I'.' T1iri ftv f:iu
gal. Ibut when thr;f:ti,.--s ruis ti, steel
it le.'ones just plain. ,:::,7!y. t:,'di!y
Ptli :ii>'s-. iand n ;a"n %%.iuld pet-
ter get the sma!i, Bu!;tinl.

filam Effocrt.
Ie tt Striitter--1ee'ite: 14,1l ei t''e c-'i"

It s 5I genulilic-:k i lte-oav (of. e1ct
-Pall'. strtitt.'r-Y- 'ii the*nr a ~
!-7~5:* su re'. y cinnlittt h-' In e'trnves: ', F.
- - ~ Nevere't -t:.ire' etiric'.t in allV ,y t e. T t
falc't ticit v''u We're lt-!ig To, ;it iel-
.5 Tathi in 3 our ev-ary xieerel a utl every-

te~' eMatter of Finance.
"Time I-, :se tne'.. t lch s 'rlaire
O tle:.e lf ,eafe'r as he1;tifte ~f tifrv!-i

xmiet'e In, c-xv'l lire-' ,A a-I i tt e 1le-, -

A Secret.I

taicitiy. Mxr%.TLe:-cx 'lv-
XI atel el t'v xe.. rs .'tMriet
OIL. d'Irre-: That Mrs. !n Ie ,a



R. S. Hall,

George MacKay,




For County Treasurer
If!'. .. ". *:. f t!.e ;,e ,.pl of

.;: ..: t i. ; : *. t!.t rn-
S,. ; i:.i y. Ths. E. P'as'eur.

For County Treasurer
I :.-si;.. i .. s'. i,'; ,!..t T Vy tt tI'

i'. 'A ' :V s. .i1 .> .i i .-. -- ;! I
;.. : i,": :;l ien h. ...r[:;i':is-
t: .t.. ,+ e th"- :fi* .
,' I.. lI:tewg.,r.

For Clerk Circuit Court
I he-i-,y .,*;;ii t ,iii.- my ." ila; y for
:. 11 le m .- ,e; I f Il.: .k f the
.. : J.t .i : t. ltIj . it the" : t I' et1

-... t.,'n !i T. e -le- .11M y I'. I',4. I ltikt
;!iis ; ;.: it t. :ink tholi'e \v!:t,
'.i\ < I; e ; .:t. I ii > in ithe l..- i .n

e i .e tis .-h i !' I th.-ii i ., e e.- fe ,r :;' -

'tL t i il.

For County Judge
I ptr ,s ,!: m y n:,ni .i s .: 1:1i lil:eti. ft'e
u ',, ei j,' !=,*.. !,ejie t t.e tl>- !e-inie' :at-
" |'I+;.Iii,, of MA L. Ay I
;.,,,-,:t luilock.

For Superintendent of Public Instruc-
I take this minthil in asking the elt
: ,te s ,*f liT i,,n e',,;t'.ty fi;- thu-ir sup-
'.rt itt the' ;'-rinJ.:.y ,ef .M:y 14t. for th-
Li tin;n.iti It of ttounitylt stuitrintein!ten1
,*if e litei.' insi.truct'i.t n. If re-eloected] I
I, ill \\,ik for th', iiiprove-ttnfnt of the
,h lis an,] theo- r-st interest of the

1e. D. Cara
For the Legislature
I he-r,'-iy .lnn.sune e myself as a can-
lt- fet th.- lh---islattule fiom Marion
,;inty. .-i.:l,' et tee the democratic pri-
1': .y .l :.4,I ii t th,' -';. ort of thP
:'.n, rlti.,' v,,tei.s mn tie l')th of May
l-,.+,i, ti;uly. C'a:1ls L. Sistrunk.

For Sheriff
I lh.: ie .. n i s.-If as a can
S:.. ti.- it''- f se-~iff of Ma-
'.,', u t.;;'y, su .*t,., t to their ;1l ti,,n ol
,t..:.e tp,' I y.. If n .,n in:.' .- I
i ,l+-,.I [ i I pra'n's.. '*. pt,, frtm the
..':. setl 'liWC. t the bt-st of my'
:i ility. He-nry Gordlon.


The People's Candidate foz


A Soldie.- Under General R. E.
Lee f:on: First to Lnrat Day.

Carries four --Yankee" :ul-
.'ts as a gen*:e re:-.*nder cf
hbi* reat bloo.. struele.

uf I I t

- -m $ ,( )OO.

- ~ -

R. L. Anderson, Claemc Cam

George Ford,

I. L

Herbert A. Ford.


The Swpan lh Wie. Tenter.
S'x.akti; osf thie pri.jaratoi oif iSpan-
Ili- w;h;i,. an expert said:
"\'!..-:i the gripe-s a" crni.he and
th- j'ldi'- h In fl i extra.-tetd. it i4 pllac
ell :i cio: 'i gaIllin butt an,! Left to
T. a iil. For six yrtar it is not even
totIuci.e'd. Then a wne' expert-t <**
thrnligh thie butts, t .iing. tl:cnt i y
si,'ail. Ili- nose i. the only uweans-
us,-tl teo determine the valu-, and fine-
nt ,- of the w ine.
"',,. it is a :peculiar fact ard one
th:t hLt' xi'ver li'on txplaitn-d that
froit Vie s:aime vintage. se, nur i under
tLe- -.m;in' -jr'-miLStaiis'.. many illfft'rett
r.',l ,," wsine will I sw-m-Iir,.-l. .Sui
of it will be' pae. s. olue ilietlnin. mtel"-
da:rk i nly ltmut oie-tli:rlt of it will
be of tli- lt.t quality. It Is the duty
sif the' v;i-', t,-ter.t by in'anU- of bhi.;
iiL'-e' ;ilon1,'. to detlertliune what blitt.4
contain tlle' pale wtie'. et'.. and what
butts c',iiitain the best. Hie is ;lile to
seipar:tte t!h, iariious qualities.. Then
the wvins i.! i. ttled,. Ialnlc l and shipped
to foreign ciisumeixt'r-."

Delhi and Ift. llstory.
Sha:h .Jihi;n in 1t;:1 built the present
City of idlhii. ,'lo'- too their old Ielh1i.
uand i :el d-- it tlhe royal reshile-nac'e. The
M lbiadl. the' "'ity ,fl til king cf the
world.' Nadir bShah. the l'ersiani usurp-
tr. '-:tptuiril it iln 177N'. ima; e-...r thliu-
;i ttls t" ithe iiihulbit.i.iis :inl boret away
plaintehr ti the V alute of nearly ~ilm.-
(001.40., inllu|i throiir ianil the great Koihinot r ilia-
Uic~ ciii. Inow in the loessession of the
l;ritlsh Tow.n.
Thi IBritish itr-t icame into o.,ttrol In
S1:C. when the Mahnrttas -were defeat-
e-d near I lelhi iy Il.ord ILake.. When the
sepy,.v mutiny Ieroike out in lTe ?.ah:th
Mo.hann.eil ]Iahadour. then ninety
years 1oll. took c4oiiluand of the city
and until the EnFglish a ain triunaipe,-l
enjoytel the imiperiinl st:itq- to which he
bad long l>been a stranger.
Origin ofl the rPolka.
The iiolk:i Is ,f I'l, origin. A
peiasnt tirl. ?,srv :iat to :i citizen in
EllekkostCletz. in town three hours dis-
tanii." froiti I'rague. wls .,on, a Sunday
d:ic'ing fir her c',-.'tin|,. ait the .ainie
time i'-onilopinylin.g Iher Stleps with an
air if hlhr own fancy. The sehoiolnias-
ter and organist. .Joeepli Neriud. hav-
in- ohsrve-si her inovpenients. comnlpos-
ed .1 suitable air. The dan.e was per-
fornm-il for the first tine in piltlic at
ElbkAi,.steletz. then at Prague. where
It ,oltaineol the itnue of polka. At
I'Paris it ecaiiine very Ipopular and final-
ly found Its way to I., aidon. New York
and all the great towns on 1lothl sides
of the. Atlantic.

The C(larm Worked TooWell.
A story ,1f witchalratt in east Africa
wans thld at a meeting of the Folklore
society fly Robert Webb. A man ap-
pliedI to a witch l doctor for a powerful
charn, to kill an enemy. lie was given
a pial-el to bury In the path down
which the victim was top walk. Top test
Its orli'e.'y the man buried It just out-
side the dloor of the witch doctor's hnt.
A fe-n;le slave of the nmaglcitan was
the first to lea the hut and on pass-
Ing the spot fell dead. The witch doc-
tor snitil his client for the value of the
dead slave. and the fore the native courts London Matl.

Still Obs re.
"Josiah." ask-d. Mrs. I'hugwater.
holding her finger on the place In the
paper where she had teen reading.
"what does 'eke' mean?""
"It means "also.' :in addition.' 'like-
wise.'" responded Mr. t'hug- ater.
"Can't you tell from the other words
ln the' sentence?"
"No. and that doesn't seem to make
It any plainer, either." she ssid. pro-
ceedling to read: The lower classes
of 4'hiipee also. In alddlition, likewise
out a nmistr:ibtle existence' What's the
anse ef th:t. I'd like te know?"--b
cago Tritune

Exsesable Ignorasec.
The ei-hop of tIrisbine t-old of one of
htis buth c'ir.ory who on one of his tours
ip countryy :ike.-,I the c'hilel of an Exng-
l-hi s.lnatte.r what hap1plened on Chrlst- ,I'vy ,or why the dlay was observed.
The iachld was unable to answer, and
Its mr,,t!i-r haste-nedi to the rescue. She
tl! ti..*. -N.rz'yni:t that he really must
x-,iIe tl -.!r in-.-rn:ce. as nr. newspa-
perrs h:d -,,,me theIr way for a long
tinr:. an 1 tIe.y Lil not h,-ard the latest
Inte';;gKencer- "! hr;r .l Es'-lee.T I.

The Foandation of All Flleelm.
Ftr :,.: -, ::, -s t:;r-e ,. :..-. tIme
wL,-n :< qr. ran IeT-ty (,f It. I i:i ; !'. -tpn-
*a,:-"'. Aend th'! !a the oine- taste that
lai-t* T!e,-- penny :i,'ive. by the aid
of' , onm rh-t way to vork grve
their T.'ri! a hoI.b!:iy. reading with
pined., anxious expr3..<4toni. co!n.:net
l., k ten t.he w.-!il wt:h a start when
t:,ket. are dmrrann'l.. have but this
on-e s:'e ,not.- n Lcnx ne: 0iieen

Only Wasted Hit Fare.



The opening of this mi;li n'-y houiew a. the ocia.l event ,f the
sea.on. All styles, all combinations. tr inn-'r::< ,f L.,-.. t' r .' n.l ferns.
and the vari.- 1 -:e- t s p iroldu,- I by the **'-ft h itn!. f rt.-s: n hb. h A .;t
this W omnan' l-'.n;, If yo'u .,-. ty:'. ;. .li>y .an.l pi .
theit large- tLo.'k i'e- ),,u *an

;'.'rtuit y.

E. K. NELSON A CO.. Merchants' Block




Fine Carriagm, Buggie and Traps
Drummers Caya Saddle Hes, etc.


Horss and Mules fo Sale. Horses
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.









Muchdials Mock.


FI.- *i!:IDA


I CO M. tmX

lieir sale by the Ainti-Monopoly Drugstore and Al11 other pleading druggists


So many pte ple wh' -L-,i% ev;!ppir,-n:'-v rt~cv~red fr- ni a co>I
are stricken with I'n' Llmcnia. TmIs 1,!tie, to the fat t th itth
bronchial tubes ;and(I Iun',-r.. r- in ;4 Weake-;:-dcod C~l-l 11)and tunabe
to resist that tiurrible- di, f )1.OP \C. tn, n-,t-rdt~r.-tr th rvit luJ nn"
remedy. wiIl kill a ce24,( in t.n:-rnrhceirli. Phv,,ci~in, ar, cion-
stantlv prc;;cribin'- and r,-:, 'mmi-nifin- I to th*-ir p.trnt-. ii it
is purely vigetabic-. np-vcrr n t tin~u'atig lt wh.iM;
ioIlow quinine and o-th#er dru,,-3Cetfl~tadpIfl' c1aL(s.

OPAACCures a Cold


A Suwe Cure for La~aippe, Catarru, 4C"19., Ceough, Crew%
Buoch~s Petra"Wsy, Whe"Pirmg Ceoug, Neurakfa; mi
Porv=UtePam=ouum wad a n sun~up~.m6

Thi. 1 '13 Ir-mendv i-,nc d ;:--vr. :1 by ''n.but
is the r -: ,'f S, K in-. *i~ .)n 6,.,a primin-.tit pr.-. '1
aft..r maryv of 'v a.:,::la r. A -. -~, i;,in-r'-: nti,

(it L-- ItX :: ~.: vi) in a ftu
h,,ur~i anry Lc 2r 5* :-ui n.At'.,o nFc'Icec

Price 25c.

Be cure you gf-t the '"nuine. If yo-ur drun-ist does not have
it, send us your name and address flr free su;np!e.

Buy a Box Today.

S. T. !?ist:unk.


Ocala Evening Star, Monday, April 4, 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









One-third of the purchase price cash and the balance in 12 equal monthly payment. on, the lots; and One-fourth of the purchase I
and the balance in H1 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-clas- 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 pa ments with those i ho 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 TO THE SALE- *' ,: ..:.-t % ill I.-..\s. th- 'witI hsus. n thl- mI..,' l t., '. th.- :- .t :, ..1 ~n. 'in i \ y ---, .*t.i. n-, h ishsi t ti t,,- ;. f: .. f i. : .- I.:.f !.. : "... ... .:. ':: .::. ..- *.:; h.:r.i F' ..,.. A ril a.t 1o a. m.

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

.1 He.

For further particulars see




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At the Methodist Church This Evening
Tv,.n'y-fiv'- ,ejita;lel builliig Iot (.in Volunt.ry.
t, I,..* i:,.n ay.2 v. St. I. H. Seymour, ir;,y~ r--i.v. W\V .M.r.-.
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.Song l.y th.- I,*tgu.. l .\... i Y.-
THE TRUST BUSTERS ON Sh..-s of Night.,
THEIR TRIUMPHAL MARCH .\.tstr,+ I. ...s1u;. i.isi.i.t : I.. ..
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;: N. No. 1.-Fcr the Best Home in the City.

2:1 1 : m s' S A '. 1I iS(u2 h i s
1 n .i. .1 s ; n block

1 No. 2.-Beautiful McConnell grove:
N": ; *. Good .* oo o... :t :o:t".
-'N.' 3.-Goo 6" house,* .d k.
S:.->,," No. 3.--Good 6-room house, and lot
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No 4.-Several small houses that pay
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sb'221of2aM g olaStet
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nw g - i-eli t .i r g-'k-s .iit I ni 1 e r i! .". I .' 2 t t,.lie
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'1! PIw l ts .- t.iet: senl..-'istih '.N 2 OCALA BAND OF MERC.
W k-. %%tll it 11)" vteq may! I i ~ arj 't for EaJsster.s.1 .. 2.j ..s '
-tiai' i t i k ill#, ant i-~ .tru st till'. a s 's.." l22. s siTY 1 I-". I ':t. V. .

h tt *I I 141131t", U .sI 5If 2.I s I ( h-1tt-I .ax5I 1. P-Q ram
hI!s~s111... silir her ..ds' I fr TEN' CENT EMBROIDERIES I' ..
Sit t hsys'x~t tal~eto.i ruti. I FOR FIVE CENTS PER YARD. ~ .'~.'
1'-m n K--y WV.--t ths-y lttlurri.-114tieTatin- AT THE BOSTON STORE T.. . I". h
I I.-I t i 1111t.- I tattly fior Fo). t N1 .1
:; .ia g .1 .-~eThut sdlay night. Totr ket'. -ef Dug Iet ryo -isri;:in g V:i. ~ I
Ia! 1 zi.f.,\ s- rtnia-ItI sj-.'.sh-.-s j tns t.nfi. '".f.f;r~s '.t~* '?
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2.12 .1 32 t. tuiciltzl'...:it ths-- it i & (:4)., phune No). 31t. : '..
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The 4 sco.'.2 Jsats-y roe.tniery can Bull-
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'1.t' g 221still VtA'milk or' .rsoam.
1'"" o 1s x,10TI'.1.) to Ibhitnding of!

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F our Spring Goods are now
splay. We have the finest
f Milli-ry min the city.

Cali and see as.

Lcie F.




Mrs. Hicks old Stad.


Announces her

--F or--
Friday, April Ist and Satuday the 2ld.

The Ladlies are invited to cal. !-:Jeance of
style, and beautitiiul ie~igu, %wiji more than make

up for the delay.

.. ,:.-,. Mrs. Tompkins wf tace pleasure in sbowing y
stock of Easer Hats.
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Leading Wholesa)t & Retail Butchuis





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Highest Grade 5c. Cigar



In Five Sizes

CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor
fi.'a!a. F,,ri .'a.


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



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Ocala Evening Star, Monday, April 4, 1904


22 Pounds Good


"Presto"-A prepared flour,


(C'ontinu-d from first page.

opj-pn6-nt h- h-, t-, J,-, sit
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T,) M.
stil-k )f but
uas tlv- It.- In -M, Nam-
t" la-,A 1;1 th, n--.I- I
saves a A,, ording t-,

north of the expenses, half the trouble

and all the anxiety of pastry and biscuit



13. L,. lIAit,




Staple and Fancy Groceries Delivered

to all Parts of the City



? Commercial Bank I



- 50.OOO00.00




At the City Market

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetables

in Season

City and Country Trade Solicited

Frm Detw

Phone 121.

Special Sale

of Sewing Machines

We have a large number of sewing machines that have b,-en used-some
but little-thai we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced vworkmen and all worn parts re-
placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried
amd guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen
and tried, if desired.
We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12,
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and Wi.-
eoo" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment.
Graphophones and Records. A Graphophone and 6 Records for $5.


Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at







First Class Meal

Oysters in all St


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

table ot

Dumb Waiter Connects With BE

SkfU Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choice
Special price to Regular Boarders


At McGrath's Stand'

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Ti .t i u-hij-tth- "4sulimg-t a sum ifi-r
th tin'- Itl.ift- uig. trs. Slokifiull .irnl-y

no~uiti t.-rI-',siintt hy. Tiho- uTanm..-
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ns.' f .i 11 41nu i' t I Or is. 11-u-i i g s.I .lI: s
f'~i, thi 11.t 4.1hi :111t1.-1t 11.1 Se'.41hot f.,!-

Robert McNamee

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11-i ii'! In'i-
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Make your arrangements now.


Traveling Passenger Agent



ale t

Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company





Vill >be fatal to the sleep-walker. Will
e draw back or wi.: he take the final.
tal step? A great many people are in
enr: ike the sleep-walker They are
sealed. The disease is progressing
iv by day. The time comes when one
ore step away from health ib tata.
'he man who has suffered from :in:h-
gestion or gastric trouble
l goes some n:ght to a
dinner and return, home
to find he has taken 'hat
last step from health
which can never e tak-
en IMck.
To neglect the cure
of indigestion or some
S other form of stomach
trouble is dangerous. It
is also inexcusable Dr.
Pierce s Golden Medical
Discovery cures d:eases
of the -,.nach and other
organs of l:hgestion nd
nutr:::on. It i unries
the ,,'d. stimulate- the
liver. cures b io'. ness,
and eliminates bilious
poisons from the svs-
-The praise I would like
I ^ ^ to .:-eC'vour '.O-leU .--.hcaI
S ve' y .r a n',t ..: : lit
J U w :- '.- w :1:' : ,n "
wnr:r Tas B Ambnro.e I.--:
F c 7. .*'- .Mffll.7. ft Hua;-
ting! Pa I was tiken
ith. what Our phV;;iai .1'i was ;n!; ';e :4- .C
. -.e! with 4he e-t iro-' l hier ani ',und
Sre-:- I4 .: a* u *1 d .v: nr r to
se Dr P;err t ..:eG Me ca. --. ver- I
ok her .,:: e a .nd : .: .- i that I
o;,p&.- etu, ct.: I 'a,'-e n-. vriptoms of
aitnc trouble or in-grst-.ti: nuw "
If you ask your dealer for "Golden
medical Discoverv" because >ou have
confidence in its cures. do not allow
our'e:fi to he switched off to a medicine
aimed to be "'ust as good." but which
ou ,l not ask for and of which you
now nothing.
You can get the People's Common
ense Medical Adviser. nz.b pages, pa.
er covers, fref by sending 21 ,ne-cent
tamps, to pay expense of mailing on,'..
ddres Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y

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


During March and April. Our
route takes you through ST.


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

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

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

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

Fur R., helle. Palatka. Jacksonville.
Wiay ross. Th,-nnasville. Savannah.,-s:on. Wlmiington. Richmond.
W.ish:ngt,-n. Norf4,ik. Baltimore.
P'i.;.-..iphia. Ne-. York. Boston and
all E.stern ;.oints. Also for all West-
-::. .,:n:s :. nn,-ttion with Chl-
..,u .anri IF'oriJa S-ecial.
F- RP'. h.-::--. P.t itka. Jacksonville and
.'. ; .*.ts .-.:. .Ais for Macon. At-
: .:.t. N..hvile. Chi;,ago. via Dixie
!F. er rt .t;;e.
F,- L-esburg. Croom. Trilby. Brooks-
v..:-. T r;t,:n.:i Srings. Clearwater.
I;.i-Ar:. St. P'--?ter.burg. Lakeland.
T.,m; a. .inrd intermeliate points.
Fki-r L---s.burg. Croum. Trilby. Tarpon
S; ::.s. "'..i;: .tter. ltelleair. St. Pe-
--.*- ,r< .&il intermediate points.
I*. r J *;uf Jun!tion. Homosas-
-. ... :rit. :meliate points.
'r J ..'e. lHigh Springs. Live Oak.
l';ip. ',t. ta'yeross ani a.ill points east

F.,' Jul::--.. Gulf Jun. tion. Homosassa
an.ti .na' : Fm i.ti points.

T.* ::. N,,. :2 :,:. 21 I ry Pulr m s:... ;-s.
T : N., :;: .,n -. 7' vin uy 'ullini:li if. t I'.irlor Carq.
P. s i!t;-:s : f:,!,n 'Port T :a f..:- K,-y West and Havana on
.S .n .:.n -. T" ..-! :h Th!;;:u iays ait 11 :1 '. in.
'.. 1 .-; : S. P--rsburg :t.h Ih: h.-;. -n!ent Line of steamers

.',:' . .-I; -to ,11 i r-lithle info rn.'.ti. n retari-ing rates. through car
S.,! :".i --;-:- : s- :.n.. et on n: y Atlantie t'oast Line

T. 4'. WHITE. Divitsio i X' r Agent.
1I I:M1 ns-I. N, T:aTffi.- M;.iia r. W. J. J. RAI.. General Pass. Agent
W :'!:antint n. N :th *'.r:,,l:na.


New time card in effect

March 30th, will ap-

pear in nexu issue


Georgia Southern

& Florida Ry
"Suwanee River Route."

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LaGrippe. Nature's
Remedy for all Throa
Lung Troubles. Thoro
tested for 30 years.
50c., and $1. For
Anti-Monopoly Drugst

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See Ticket Agent


A e ec.t ,, ra"' a tru., ne of the ,est Beef. 'oik, .1Xutton and
^ ""'.;.-.;e t:, be '; vi Garme in sea-on. Fresh Vegetabies, etc.
:- Ca-et .a at:en:;i,, tij rers and , delivery mace
I|TY MARKET W. L. JONES. Proprietor.



NRw. J. E. A. K~Mw, 90l



Of School Exorcises at Howard Acade-
my this Evning


'J. W. 'wu-. thp swift barber and
"r.-hwlha-r. has now r4*nedI!%hop
'';; '~: L--I.~ t t bs.and' will give
:.- tJ !aQ : -a.mtrk at regular pril:-;s
at- --r lt rat'pu. vaz: shave, l'.'
- i7Ut an-I sh~sv'-. O -'pen.from
m.7 T urt.1 3l";. m r. -Satursii4yx.
'4-T U. 1111 31-o m. Gi1.- him a tr~al.

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S, 5Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pineu,i
S, Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
- Philadelphia. New York.

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Daily Through Sleepers from JacKson-
Che ville to New Orleans.
okee 0
n and For full information and S!eeper Bbeservations, call on any Agent
Coldeas, -ear. r write
Colds, A. 0. MacDonell. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Grea. Jacksonv ise, Fla. -
it and S. C. BOYLST ,N. JR., PNasenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla.
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Song. "Hear Our Prayer"-Advanced
Prayer-Rev. W. 0. Bartley.
Song. "Lift Every Voice and Sing -
Prim.try grades.
Little Brown Mickens.
The Little Schol Girl- Helen Chan-
i ier.
Fear Not. Dear Little Ones-Louisa
Little Helpers-Six Pupils.
Sang. "',reet the Re.ipeTr"-Pr:m.try
In.lepenenirnt e IDay-E lith Chandler.
o,o.t lll-s.a the Litt;. '

The Li_.s.bedi-nt Little Fish-HHanna
M i. k.
I':.tldarue. "I)reamers"-Willie Dixon!
an I El!mo Weston.
The Physician--M.aude Fre'tera'k.
Sorn. "D' Sionethi.gic -Primary
grader .
A R.iiny Day-Lizzie Holmes.
Little H,-lperots-Si- x tpupilu.
.A C:;u. I.-lt'llttit'n -S- '..-.44ti ;,upill.
Haipj.itiet--Jthin Sc-ott.
A\ ful- Nan.ty 'Cr.*oks.
Srngi. "The F.trilier th- St-.t-stn'"
--A'Jl.inte-l rrara te..
DI'tiogue. "Who .ain ie Mulstler" -J.i-
icob Qu.iFterna;tn .il' I-rnest aIush.
A 'rill. Free.- Movementsi-P-'rim.ary
Retfit.tlion --.-Sie No'.,rwo),>.L.
Wh-n M.tnmman. W.ts. .t Litt li-:rI -
Winnie '.ts inlski.
,, "w'\ilwl ooi Flower "-Primatry
g: ,le.,i.
Wht-n P.tI B. ins t' Shav-Plumer

What Ve..irne. f'i S.h.ia-.
The Pi'ni. S'.veral iPupil.
S>nar. '31-'ti-ley t 'horu.s" Adl.' ** ei

I.NIlly ia Hirthl.y -Fa.nny Jaein-r.
* Jaikie 4P. W'.ttr Meloon P1i'kl--- E-'.--
lyn Keeler.
A y.4y's Sister -Arthur Ja.k.-sn.
SSOing. *The King of Day"--.Alvatriei
H'r Pal.tpa-Mary Bumbie.
Th" Afternoon Nap -'thel Tomitp-
ncI' le Daniel#'. Intro-luction to Miss1
St,-aii-r Le- R. H;ampton.
SiiiD. "4',,me Rise With the Lark"-
AlVnttii-. I grades.

The .t.-w .trdis and trust-ees r.illy .it
,, 31M. F. nhuith y sterl.i.y
v.-ry su-.. -ssful. The pastor. Rev. J.
F. A. K-.,-ler. is \t pl ;Ieast.-l. The, foI-
1,,\% ir: pt, s-. in .-!t.- ex, -lll-rit r-r',,rt.s
1Mr.-.,ri.- I:\t. is Mrs. Fll;t P. ";. k-
.-it. Mr's. 1M..ry P.-. ris.n. Mr.-- F.: -
,-st. M r.. L.i!r-.t *; W M. lI i, -'. ,I-i
sin. E:n', h .r i!: ,ir. i .J;trii.-- I' P i ,
The hand.some'st llne o uiiffet-i chi-
n:ta clo-s-ts., .dining room nairs a.ndl ta-
bles. rocking chairs. rt-eeption chairs.
ets that this portion of the state has
ever seen just received by Melver &
-.*.a Kay.
Ev r Inyt,. y :< i: it. t,, the ..rl "
Hi,\.ir, A .,, i' nmy t,,raihtl :;t th>- in-
t-r .-st of th .. hi.o, tu-rn A 1-.n,- ':"-
r rn 't ;iii t,.- r-.r i-ivf.e .\,inin--i.rn ,**
i .**.ts.
*Fin- r,'- sh, t . *'.:y ,,th.-r i. ay ait
Tomrnpkins' st:iill. No. 1". ty rm:t:k-r
If isi 'l, ,lti .ir.'-'t,.n t i. i r fo. l h-

t\;il. rn l;,- ,.:x.,= ,ut *,f t .. tihe v,,i
*Fresh \\atr-r br-:tm an-l tr'i,,t. walt
'. :>ti r t r,,ut. .!l.'-;-v.|,.hev't r; ;t l bI tfa ,inal
a .lt ,lr',. mullet :an'! fI .h e'tu y( sttrs at
Jak- Thima.i-. Tiiirket.

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-;. t.'n *,.-~ N. ;,Nor-h Main
St. 1-. I woI ;!o rour h of ER'a~a loi s e

Skin Wmmmm@

I#tr* Vty 'm .' bow*a. bark wA -,-ii .iLi .t
a'-.and Spa& m troe. r n. Vi. .:-I.'.
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Swoulie me*" seem,, 5urav9v-4W
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Ft4 .1? ILstr.-* uWWirg and lt -- t,.4

bewer. foul CUeweg Sonis of EaPII t. jiT WY-.O..
purt. ..caimhy bk~od mSB;'y a., affe~tr'.Zw! 2
Ito.~,&-C toow Baum a~rors 4. tt --Iof it.

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Wawa the ewubis ftmlwr bbS2" -g
otws carned wiin, mor nesvwin

&*ar Wood KItsfn ...:r
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Ocala Evening Star, Monday, April 4, J904. ,

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houses and lots now owned by J. Starr Slernberger l ) in Mitchell's addition, which lies in the western }part of Ocala east of the Fair Grounds, between

Exposition street and South Second street, will be sold at Auction on easy( If1., 111 ClltS on

' ;, Friday April 8 at 10:00: a. m.


I DIIC-11111Il of the 1 purchase! price cash and the balance in 12 equal monthly payment:* Oil the lots ; and One-fourth of the purchase price cash

and( the balance in 12 equal monthly) payments on the houes. All deferred payments bear 8 per (cent interest. This property consists of seven small

: houses and a limited number of good) building 1 lots. The houses( are all! in good condition and arta first-class vestment This sale is open for all, white .

or colored, so that the rent ]payer will have an equal I chance to buy a home for himself on easy payments with those who buy for i lll-est111Cl1t.


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

r The Title on this Property is Guaranteed. Perfect 1

,: FREE CARRIAGES TO THE SALE-('an 1.1gS II ill leave the < ourt house on the m.' IItH; IIf i th.. "'ah. .it1 v! :'," .t. III. mu' !|!i ,ti\1 .'v,-i\"+n.- u hu \vi--hes to !50 tu thr S.l1of! ..*. of 11.1!. .. P. mrmbtl,.' : \ .1. ,*!.a.'. .:ii.iJ.t-nnh.tiiUFn.ia> April S. at 10 a. m. '\

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


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




Sunday was an ideal! Florida da}'. .\ Hock of Jdpanf.-f buds will alightat
Ras. ball gOo. ,tl.l Nf\\8. I 'I1[
The churches ," eie well attended! an 1extclent the gulf club house Tuesday' at 3 p. i i1m i i At the Methodist Church This Evening j
(( sermons were preached to The children! may catch them easily I Twenty-fi\e desirable! building lots Organ VoluntaryPrajer

> to be !given .1\\a)'. See" B. II Seymour, Uev, I. W Moore
the: congregations. Flow..rsl'rt inIabutrlancr | not b> putting salt 'on their tails i -
:M"tjni T .f. 11.111I..t In J.nks'n- I ; I i
an?!; the decorations werej but by depositing 1" cents with StMaig phone I Scripture R..aJing-Rn'al Cole I Ij
VIII achy. \
I"'ilutiful. The music! uas in h.trmon'j, .tret's (ii M, II I Song by the League, "I'lt't'"a)', Ye

The moat elegant display.of candyin '\ 'with the d.t)'. I I --,-- !. THE TRUST BUSTERS ON [shades of Night: i AH of our Spring Goods are now -I

:\t Grace lpis<'iiial 1 church early J THEIR TRIUMPHAL MARCH j Address-League President! H. 1. Ley.j jI

town at Dames.Any communion! was hld Dr. I llury 1'i I| TEN CENT EMBROIDERIESFOR I Sulo, 'Haik. Hark M I>' ,)UI"- Irs. I on Display. We have the finest

atier, sistmg hector Little in the SI"I'i| FIVE CENTS PER YARD, Fumi the Stars Social Correspondent.Hon. I I T. H Johnson. i

ferula kiiitl at of Dame's.lunch hot or cull, quickly \iies. I:...fUIE. I beginning his Sfiinon AT THE BOSTON STORE. C. M, llHHMi): Ocala candidate I'astt'rnth..m.. Church Choir. I line of Millinery in the city.

the rector !spoke of the faster offf ring j I for governor, came in over the A. C. I Essay 'Thoughts! of Eastertide"I

of the Sundry sih.l chit,lrrn, j I I. Sunday: from an extended southern I Miss Johnnie Gattis. Call and 1
J'pu; 1 tooth wash is the best We sell see us. '
It piisiuffice Drugstore which ainounlf.l to $.d. He was WEATHER FORECAST'ahingt.n. trip, including KeyYst.. FoilMjers. Solo 'Easter Day Has Crowned Him

greatly please at the: spirit'in'eJ in Punta \..jorJ.Tampa and UikeI King"-Mrs. T. II. Johnson.

its Riving. He announced that nt>xt.JnesJ.I !]I 'I land. At the latter place he and Governor Recitation. "Gladness at Ea!:tertime"
S I It I'd.-ll and wife left today fort \\ April 4.-l'artl cloudyI
\\'..- ) th..touM be senUe* at I Jennings addres.,} a large and Three Gil Is. M'sB home in Utica, X. V. I lI I tonight and ruler in south portion.JTuesJaj. : Lucie F. Ell Eaton 4
!S o'clock 1 p. in., after which the ('(In r"-' ,( paitly cloudy and warmer.i [ enthusiastic anti-trust audience :Satur-: Violin Duet-Prof. Goodsell. and C. Ashort .i

gatiuit would eletttstrjnifn fur the j I i j day night Mr. Itrown isery much .
w 1NTEig.ayl: teamster, to haul
jear. He hoiked the members would !| I enthuped over the: bright prospects of Reading "The First Easter Morning 25
logA|>| to \\*. J. Lohrlg.[ SEWING MACHINES ; Magnolia Street. Mrs. Hicks old Stand.
Keep this in mind and l'OlnEout in an almost solid South Florida. in the --A C. McCall.Quartette .
I 'jon't buy a new machine until you I
numWrs. It was not very pleasant fur 'Rejoice and Sing (original ,
;h. i in Nugent drove to SummerfieldyuI.11.11 I ua.e seen ana tried the light running Govet - -.- --
the lector to meet only Cite or six I )-Church Choir.
i" tall on his friends. i New Home, for they are strictly up-to-
members at a bu-ness meeting. Mr I Hi own stake to 1500 i*>ople. and Recitation with accompaniment. "A OCALA BAND OF MERCYA

The sermon was a touching and j date and guaranteed to rlease you in Kej West, vuth her Huu votes, may I Carol fur Easter Daj'-Jessie Lou Mart '
\\'tn'n in doubt, smoke the Milo I>eyoJ every I'artil'ular'or) sale b)' the Ocala jJ1($ Ii C }J@JtIPII\l} $
>i'. iiKir All principal dealers.iltiifjs beautiful one' referring to the growing i.j Furniture Companj' tf. safelybe put on the anti-trust side. in. large gathering of the above association ,

sentiment of the world, that after I The governor J. X. C. Stockton and Duet, 'Risen Todav"-Mrs. Martin is to be held at the armory on

death there w is a new and a better I, :'01 r. Urovvn spoke to 350 cigar makers and Irma Goodjear.Announcements. Saturday next at 3 p. m. All members Announces her
: Witch Hazel soap, best for
life for which the .voiM earned, and I I from the reader's stand in one of the will attend wearing their badges and
h.i"later.! I Try it. Postoffice Drug-
Stli,.'. for all to so live Hat when fifes fretful CENT EMBROIDERIES: FOR j largest Diet West factories. Mr. Crown League benediction colors and the company' of any friends OPENING i l OF EASTER PATTERN HATS

feH'ras user they could tlIt..rinto concluded his speech with Cuba Libre organ fosthtde. who are interested! in the work will be

l!> tin'tuber the auction of lots in the the blessmes thereof. j I TEN CENTS, AT THE BOSTON fur!('\.r. The boxes rattled knives rang acceptable. A: piece of n<>edlework. for -For- ;

\\ -I i Kiul Friday rooming lYee car- P.t'I.. P. \Vaiien of the l.ntistthurch 1! STORE. I :and tob.iito rustled in the applause. Doctors E. Van and Walter Hood, which many ladies have taken ,chances

I 11 I .u" hem the Ocala House. preached an effective! sermon I II I I I While, in Key West Governor Jen- I I/.lar and Powers now occupy the new I will be raffled during the afternoon. Friday, April 1 Jst and Saturday the 2nd.The .

lat night:: to a irowdeJ house The ; I mugs and Mi. Jrown"Iiteol the U.: S. I Yongo block just east of the M. B. j Rev. 11.V.. Little president of the :

'j! !IH> excellent cigars made by Charles I revi\al meeting; begins; in this church : SILVER TEA j I forts, which fired the governor's- I ,church on Foil King avenue. Tele- Ti o. Jl. will preside. I

J'. \ s, 1.i the Milo IKJO' and Grand I:oI )- next Sunday unu.r tile direction of! ( lute ufI'nh"t'n guns uiMin their ar- I phone, Xo. 11. !| Program Ladies are invited to call. Elegance of

.I| 1 tic had the Ocala News Co. llev. 111' Wharton of Philadelphia.Kev i -- I style, and beautiful designs will more than make
in at : I The ladies: of the Episcopal church rival. They captured the soldier bays, --- ----------- I Hvmn. Onward. Christian Soldiers." a

I.V.. Moore (.f the )1t'tb.l1 i II I u'ilIrt'e a silver tea at the golf! who promised either their votes forI TEN CENT EMBROIDERIESFOR i j j The president! will.present badges to I II ue for the delay. .

'l1 i \. \Villiams of the third II church preached' to a large congregation grounds, Tuesday afternoon. April 5, I president if they ever happened to run. FIVE CENTS PER YARD, new members. I .

\tint has been Jilting friends :il t t Sunday morning on "Chiis-t is!, from 3:: to 6; o'cl'K'k. Plantation songs I From Key West they returned'to Tampa Mrs. Tompkins will take pleasure in he
AT THE BOSTON STOREd j Reading "To Please the lioys'Mrs.J. showing you
\'. -;..n. .turned home, Saturday. Wt'n." with banjo accompaniment, a table and left immediately for Fort Mrs >"- J. '
I. j Gerig.fa81e stock of Easter Hats.
Sunday night llev. \\". C. Lindsay of i J especially for the little ones and a golf wheie the>' spoke to a large and I for piece of needlework. 'I

I I'" I's Kidney' Cure makes kidney I the Presbyterian church preached a' contest will furnish entertainment for I applauding audience Thursday night keE.n Bug Destroyer, for springhouse I Prizes will ---- -
be -- --
| presented for t.I'S:
i i I' i.'r right. Don delay tak- special sermon on the Inimorlality of all. Ciinveyann-s will be! provided to I al1j' ) they made! !:|s-echrs at cleaning; clean nun-corro ive 1 on "Kindness ,:

.II-s.:"l d 1 by the Postoffice Drugstore the Human Soul." I land from the grounds at the low fare Punta Gorda wheie genial General and! death to ::111 bugs and ins('( ts. Now :

I of 19 tents each way. I o iil"< hrist came near laughing himself is the time ID use! it; 23: cc:&!S. Ty- Grand march of children. i EDWARDS BROTHERS j I
I Anthem 'My Country. 'Tis of Thee:
I t-s ,-'. : ..irds at the Postoffice Drug:II I I into a premature grave at the witty.I dings &. Co., phone Xo. 30. I I E. Tatham, Secretarv ',

s'" I MM- iiI est thing of the Kind eve / AT TROXLER'SJust sullies of Governor-to-be! Brown; also I i ii AT THE CiTJf! MARKET 1

ex'V: .t.,1 1 in the city. Wauchula, from which place they founty Judge Bullock is hearing! avery | SERIOUS STOMACH I P

went to Lakeland whrre, a large crowd important case! today. Dave Michael -
MRS. PYLES' BUTTER received a fresh supply of Hay- is accused of assaulting! little I j TROUBLE CURED
greeted them. a & Retail Butcheis
Received T. W. Troxh>r, Agent for Hujlere ler's candies, among them some veryI I I was troubled with a distress in mstomai > Leading Wholesale :
Daily girl several miles
The governor and Mr. Brown speak south of Ocala. Both i
.i n ''andy. Fresh Shipments Received I desirable Easter noveltirs.New :h. sour stomach and vomiting ,
Phone 163 OCALA SEED STORE :'Vwklv. I' today at Hronsun. and expect to !speak( : parties are colored. The court room
I I -- : spells! and can truthfully say that
in Duunellon tomorrow. All who wish i!' crowded and parties are hanging on \WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS 1 I
I <
II 'hamberlam's Stomach and Liver Tablets -
\ Kt.l'iry Cure, if taken in time' Dr. 17. T. .Allen the eye, specialist of i Line of j to see the trust forces routed in great: to the window sills to get a look into i (
I cured me.-Sirs. T. V. Wiln\ ,mis,
'c. urity from all kidney and )'t l.and. \\ho'i its koala occasionally I REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER, !1: style should go down. the room. | CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
Laingsburg. Mich 1 For sale by alii)
!10 ." ;", :-\ul.lI) the l'm'toffkt'l professional! and stops at the
1 1.' .'1.1.1.. Montezuma, will not be here this I I The Ocala Xunnall Candie*-we are agents; |
I I' TYPEWRITERSJust : Jersey Creamery can sup- I. I
Thursday, the nth on account of illness ply a few more customers who received(- h by express the day after .
I appre-
\II ',' \Vhet-ler. lumber broker: and I II I but will try to be here on the llth.Mr I Received at- j ciate good siall fed milk or cream, it made. The PostoSice Drug=toie. I i
", .' man interviewed the county) OCALA MUSIC COMPANYWANTEDMen I
I Best of care given to the handling ol
I I ;
--t ners today on insuring coun- Hkkman of Connoi. a prosperous i i milk. D. M. B ir. y, Proprietor. Mr. J. E Lee, a prosperous farmer :, EL TROPICO

,q\"'lIy..I farmer an,! cattle m,in if that s+ction: ,..1' : to learn barber i and truck grower of Sparr, was in the CIGAR FACTORYMakers

was in the city tml iTheie is -im- '!'trade. special offer for April, including city today.V!iat is troubling the
The first of the local
gun campaignwill :t I i _
.I I 'I I'IIIt', the tie man of Lady Lake.i.iwn !'i'l..raht'! talk ; revrrberate from the bu.ks of th. .,
toda>. He wore a Talia- In- "ist kt. lain. Mr. Lee has forty of melns
iit i !m I lever given., Few weeks completes Oklawaha river at Eureka Saturday' acres $ of the 1

i I. "I Ur. and is a member of the I I Write today. Moler Barber CollegeNru The whole souled.' hospitable people of f r and tomatoes, and says! that unlessit c -0MILO -

I I. .. ilub, Where that sentiment is rams shortly the crops will be i'ut
I Orleans, La. that seiiion will tender: the candidate: .c
,.\ lent. very short. Mr. Lee had an e\!erei i'> J DEYO
CAlL ON OnTO I u fish !rv. r. W Holliday was in th
while! digsing:: a well on his plate the '
i i The following party enjoyed a delightful city Saturday to hear the speaking anc:I ), Highest Grade 5c. Cigar + ,
S ,--' :i!'k your physician to send or other da)'. He went down some fort
ride the
:: straw to springs >atuniav
said Star that
a reporter big preparattons -
\ ..ur, prescriptions and orders for night:: : Misses Johnnie Gattis. feet, the last twelve feet being through I' rlf

_' ,, rh u... V.'e give car-lul atten- I! REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Eul.ore.. Louise Morris, ClaraMoore. I crowd was were expected.WANTEDYoung being. made and a b"I r'r'.I kaolin bed when he struck a copi.iu-- and

1 uiit; delivery and the lowest! ofT I Room 12 Merchants' Block Ocala, Fla. Untie Kingman and Messrs. of water strongly I impiegr i-I ': ,.'il.+. + GRAND ROYAL ,
I {
; >dings & Co.. Xo. 30 I. with sulphur. H. thinks it Ins;;>--.-> 1i a y
No. -Per the Best Home in the City, Royal Cole. Clair Short Sam Baico. -
men or women as .
medicinal virtue- \ 1 HAVANA CIGARS : -
I three, blocks tram square. house his CleveVilliams. Jlrs.V.. J. Chambers
t local representatives for :McClure'sMagazine.
.nug, are among the Ocala 10 rooms and occupies a whole block: chaperoned the crowd. t tI Liberal t. s : In Five Sizes ,4V ,
commissions; cash
f :uvals today: A. R. Cutler of ground; nne barn etc.: Price ; -- I I Latest copyright novels at the Ocala! i \V
prizes. Write J. X. Trainer, 141 E. 25SL. --
; n. ;. It t'dell and wife, ftica. $:::50't'rr easy terms. Sticky fly paper ana door! wax. Fresh New York. X. Y. News Compary. j jSSg -4

\ 1 'ipt. J. IIi.glis.. Port Injrlis.I No. 2.-Beautiful McConnell grove; stock just received. Tydings" Co : Saggpasfcxy CHAS PEYSER> Proprietor t -a1;

S'1 I 1.0' aud wife of tiamesville.: K. of P. TONIGHT +s, +
lots lOOx'va.:: tnest thing in town I phone Xo. 30. I Ocala, Florida
C. W Turner, one of the prosperousand \
\ 'h t: !"" and wife of Chicago.I home! Dices from $::OO to J350. '' Remember the important meeting tonight SI
sturdy farmers of the Anthony
They will go quick. i! R J. Karl of Bradslreets has been ini in the K. of P. ball at 8 clock, ---- .
I i section was in the! city Saturday to ---- --- ----- ,i iI
1 'I i. KXCUAXGE: pretty 5-acre I!I No. 3.-Good 6-room house, and lot the" city for several days getting up J. G. Spurlm. K. of Rand S.
hear the speaking. Mr T. is a candi- I i.j
: :' .,-: beautiful lake front on 0\200: feet Price, if sold at once the financial record of our merchants. ; H. C. Jones. C. C.STOLENWednesday. 1

\\ 4-.,, .. bearing, well-kept I'lk"'l'r. II I JoO.No : He is a pleasant, genial gentleman:: date for county commissioner from I
!I the fourth district and has the solid MACKAY t
,.>d ';-room house, in good re- ".Several small houses that pay whom it is a pleasure to meet. Mr. night at 0f j CIVER &
support of the Anthony, Sparr, Pine
.i.shout, boathouse. etc will \It'll 'meats Prices from :
; I as rove Earl belongs! to the famous family of o'clock at the Seaboard Air Lane depot,
.. and Fort McCoy sections He Is a good
\ -< for a house and lot in Ocala.A J lou' to Jriou. Terms to suit. !lighting:: Earls of South Carolina. a bicycle. The finder will please return -
man and will be hard to beat. ,
:i R. n. Carroll. I -
the same to Mr. J. G. :Spurlm: I !

i F IR SALE- 00 bales of hay at Or- I and receive a reward. 1\\ Ocala Florida
i, There is on exhibition at the Post- ,
v! Bob Sanders, Dr. Griffith and ICLOSINGjJT! SALE inge Lake Fla. J. H. )I\'CI'mond.1 j jv I. I
office Drugstore four-legjed chukI -
I' Ilartig appeared before the. > ',ala Fla. : The surest and safest! remedy for
en. hatched out. under a motherly old
't commissioners and asked themi I !I I! idce and bladder diseases .
."-. the town of Dunnellon in (1 The Carmichael i Son Co. Getting Rid --I,i i i; hen of J. D- HoVtinson think of the Ocala Kidney} Cure. told by the Postoffic is Folej' : Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machinery
I foundry. Ju-l what a boon a
11" .::- the approaches to the i'trf'I' of Its Stock of Dry Goods Drugstore
I FIFTEEN CENT AND TWEN brood of them would be to the mimN -
a,. it Dunnellon. They want the!.1 and Shoes '! Phaetons
i I TY CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR trf. __ Wagons Buggies Surreys, Carriages
the V --
\ in assist them to extent of From now until the !stock is entirely : -- -- PIANOS AND ORGANS ,
S': gone, vie! will offer \'t'rything in our !
: !|! Miss Eva L. Huff of Dunnellon Mrj Should you desire! a first class plantor
well aborted stock of dry goods no I Itktns. STORE. iI I :
iI I j i L. Horne and wife of York. H. W Long organ call and get our prices.:: Oeala ESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
I !l.I\r l been subject to sciatic rheu- !shoes etcat and below ('ostYc j i
i .. of Martel, M. D. Payne of Fairfie'.i! Furniture Co tf. -
n -.I i her years. says E. H. \Valdron are! going out of this department of our'< - -- ---I Ii

1/, >\ ..:..m Junction. Iowa ,")1) joints I business.. We have not the time to devote
,. iu' and gave me much pain and i to it. If you want bargains, call ,, land about a mile east of Anthony.1 I' foot of today.Dade City were at the Montezuma STENOGRAPHERAND Building Materials Every Kind and Description

ui- ..:"-.irt. My joints would crack on u!', but you must! hurry as at these \Vill be sold cheap if taken within the ,

a "V n 1 MI-lightened up. I used Cham- figures the stock will not last long. The ., next month. Inquire of the Star office. i i :

be'l L V.n's pain Balm and have been lock is all fresh tirst class and up I.I iI CREAMERY BUTTER 1 TYPE-WRITER .

thoroughly i cured Have not had a to-dat in every resj-eet. I I Dave Michael, colored charged withaulttnt !i The Carmichael and Son ,jo. keep I MISS B. N. SINCLAIR FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS .

pain ui acLr from thr uld trouble for I The Carmichael & Son Co. "" a little .uiort l gill 1 >,?'.rial lonstai.Uj on hand receiving a fresh :i,
many months It is certainly a most I! miles south of 01 iU was gird u. supply ...1-"->' two days delicious pure I Private office in "ommfTual Bank '

wonderful liniment For ale by all i See our dinner sets at aG.';;. Ocala County Judge, Bullocks court toiay. .]e.orgl.s; creamery butter :5 cents per.: Your work in the above tines solicited:. Phosphate Plants Installed Complete -

Druggiita.1r News Company. |aud was committed to jail t pound, kept on ice. Phone Xo. 3':. I II I Speed and accuracy guaranteed

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Ocala Evening Star, Monday, April 4, J904

EVENING BITTINGER. & CARROLL STAR I I L::: A.T Ms___You I I Mr.We 3!.had L FAIRFIELD: Payne a pleasant president PICNIC call of to-lay the Fairfield trim- T -- I I 1 J J I Ii I ICAiITAL

'He )te o Hat Biffi democratic club. who t"xt..n.1d ar. iECN'i i IA' NATMIO AL BANK I 1 OF OCA A

t C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll !, invitation to every candidate to be.

Editors and Proprietors. present, at the picnic there April :Ji.!:!

,: Also he invites all of the neighbors un/1

the community round about to bring j
t Dr. W. H. Powers of this city has the 11!
well. filled baskets for that day. Dn- !
r deep sympathy of his many friends in I i iI SOOOO.
I ner will be served promptly at 1 o'clock j ,
his sorrow in the loss of his father "
YOU ARE BOUND TO FIND after which the speakers will occupy I I
Mr. Stephen Powers, who died in Jacksonville III
the afternoon presenting their claimsto
Saturday. Mr. Powers was one
AN ABUNDANT SUPPLYOF the voters. Fairfield, as of old, will
9 of the leading journalists of the state 1)1f I : eCTOR $
I do the handsome: thing by the candidates :
and a most excellent citizen and possessed -

the respect and good will of a GOOD THINGSTO i confidently and a looked large lor.A atten.1.lnma. ) be R. S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Clarence Camp, J. K. Christian,

large circle of friends.

EATHecker's George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford.

l"DlqueTeDDeul'e- County.
Messrs. Conrad and Cushman. grandmaster .
"The county of Franklin. in my
: and grand secretary of the itate." said a T 'nm-s- t- man. "ba4 tLtraniiiuf President: Cashier:

Florida Odd Fellows visited Tulula Royal Health FoodMaltaVita : distinction of l Ilt'ill; the only i HERBERT A. FORD, F. WATSON..

lodge No. ::2. in Ocala. Saturday night I lounsy that ever undertook to secttiej I

and met with a cordial reception. Grand j from the !slate: to wLi.-h it U-lon-JtsL Ai ----- --- -

: Master Conrad is now on a tour of inspection MapleFlakeMother's i great many people: Lave doubtk-s* forgotten I II

of the various lodges of the ; that the i>ti>i.le of Tennesseei I ANNOUNCEMENTS I The Spanlih'ae Tetter.Sneaking .

state and reports gratifying success. Oats i' voted twice on the proposition to secede of the preparation of Span- NELSON & CO.

from the I'nlon. At the first election I II Mi wines, an expert said:
He says the Odd Fellows of the state I
r In February there was an enormous For County Treasurer i "When the grapes; are x-nHaed: and
in better condition financially and t 'if
are majority-about II.< V(>")-ajjalnst Jis- If, in the ji.Ugment of the people of ', the juice ha> l een extracted it i is placed -

numerically than they have been for a union. A few months later when the" in big ltl; > gallon butts and left to
I Marion county. I have faithfully\ and j jbetittmgly SPRING MILLINERY ANNOUNCED
number of years. New lodges are beIng attack on Fort Sumter stirred the paw- stand. For six years it is not even
discharged the duties ofcounty
established and old ones largely slou of men. another votevas hat!. I \ touched. Then a wine expert goi's

recruited. Secretary Cushman said and the t'arJit'r"t'rtlid was reversed by ,, treasurer I respectfully ask :; through the butts, testing them by I

that 1902 was thought to be the banner H. B. MASTERS about the same decisive ti 1lrl'''. I their support in the approaching democratic -) smell. His nose Is the only means I The opening of this popular milli nery house was the social event of the

"But In Frankliu county. wllt'rl'I primary. Thos. E. Pasteur I j used to determine the valua and finene I season. All styles combinations.\ tr immings of laces flowers! and ferns
year. In that year the increase in !
state rights; and secession cl.iiine.l thl'alIt'gian'l' ..s of tie wine. and the varied effects produced by the deft hands of artists can be hi 1 at
membership was To*, an excess of 93 I
OGHL7: : FL. of the entire insulation\ For County Treasurer ( "Now, it is a peculiar fact ard one I this Woman's Headgear Emporium. If you seek style quality and PI"'. e.:

over 1891. After these gentlemen hadgln.n there was such iiitenr.e dis;"aist over the J thai has 11t''r'n explained that I their large stock gives an nity.E. .
I submit you opportu
respectfully to
----- name Viedemocratic
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very interesting and instructive result of the first: election that. Loll by from the same vintage; secured under

talks and attended to the secret workof HEARST DELEGATES CHOSENA I tie lIon. Pete Turnt' '. afterward supreme voters of Marion county asa the same circumstances; many different I' K. NELSON & CO. Merchants' Block
the order light refreshments were court jude; and twice :trovernor. I cui.'iidute for county treasurer at the grades of wine will be secured. Some

the citizens held and j coming primary. May 10. If elected I of it will! be : medium. some -a
served and they took the midnight meeting of the voters of this countywas I I Offer for Sale My Residence, Near a mass meeting :j pale some ---- -- -

I solemnly passed an ordinance of sm-s- pledge a faithful and honest administration : dark. Only about one-third of it will I
train to Gainesville greatly IJlt'ast'dwith held today in the city hall. E. C. the School House, in Ocala, Containing I
sion from Tennessee. < If course when of the office. : be of the best iiuality. It Is the dutyof

their visit to. Ocala and their Odd McLeod and R. B. Bullock were chosen 10 Rooms, Bathroom and Kitchen; is in the !state reconsidered in June. Frank I C. L Uittinger. the wine tester, by means of his J. R. MARTIN & CO.

Fellow brethren.GOOD delegates to the Hearst conventtionin | Excellent Condition and Fitted With lin county was mollified and renewedIts I nose alone, to determine what butts

Jacksonville on April 7. Marion alleglance.-SVashiiigtou Post. I For Clerk Circuit Court I II | contain the pale wine, etc., and what

FOR CHILDRENThe county is for Hearst first last and all Electric Lights Throughout. Half Cash; I II butts contain the best. He is able to
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the time. C. M. Brown. Jr.. committeeman ;i Balance on Easy Terms; Title Perfect i i Inlu of Mrutarr. I separate the various I IU:1 Ii 1i1's. Then GENERAL LIVERYMENFine
re-election to the office of clerk of the :
pleasant to take and harmlessOne of this county and G. G. Mathews I DAVID S. WOODROW, j The editor was taught by his gorerui the win is liottlcd. labeled and shippedto
I circuit court, subject to the action ot ,
i that three barleycorns intasuredone foreign consumers.
Minute Cough Cure gives immediate I
of the state Hearst campaign committee -
Room 12. Postoffice Block
1 the demol'ratk"oters at the ;
i primar
Inch, and at the mature aw uf sit
relief in all cases of Cough. Croupand have done work for the
good I years he determined to test the aocii-i election to be held May 10. 1904.) I takt i i ij Delhi and Its MUtory. Carriages Boggles and Traps
La because it does not ,
Gripj great New York statesman. I THE REGISTRATION BOOKS : racy of this statement. He had no difficulty -j this opportunity to thank those whohare :, Shah Jehaii in ItkJl: built the present Drummers
Saddle Horses
pass immediately into the stomach but but I II city of 'elhi, close to the old I>elhi. i i Carryalls, etc.
finding barleycorns
I Will be open in Ocala Tuesday, Thursday I supported me in the past, andt ,
takes effect right at the seat of the DREADFUL ATTACK OFWHOOPING somehow Iii) three Trains that he Ii | and i ade it the royal residence. The '
and Saturday March 22, 24! and 26. i t trust my lecord in the office has beer j jI .
trouble. It draws out the inflammation COUGHMrs. picked up in the chickens' yard asms! I 1 Mohammedan; ? still call it Shahjehanabad. -i FINE VEHICLES FAST HOn ES!
I II such to enable them for
to vote
and on the same days of the subsequent'weeks as m*
heals and soothes and cures permanently i with the formula. He never attemptedthe I the "city of the king of the \ ,
following the dates given. I again. S. T. Sistrunk. Nadir Shah the Persian !
by enabling the lungs to contribute i more scientific te:>t which is thus I j usurp- ;
Ellen lIarlison. of 300 Park St.
i Donnie Ferguson : ---- I 1 tr, captured it in 173'J.: massacred thou- 1
pure life-giving and lit -sus- : described: "The length of a pendulum Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
Kansas City. Mo., writes as follows: i For Kinds of the inhubiiauis and bore
Registration Officer. oscillating in a ecund in vacuo at sea County Judge away !

taming oxygen to the blood and Cure tis is "Our two children had a sever attack of I level in the latitude of London Ii I present my name as a candidate foi ,i I plunder to the value" of nearly Slot.j .- i Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.

sues. One Minute Cough whooping cough one of them in theparoxysm I A CURE FOR HEADACHE. ; SO-lSIi-Jit! inches and from the knowledge -I the I j i ()tMtU-I. including! the famous peacock :
county judge subject to democratic -
pleasant to take and is good alike for of coughing would often faint ; of this fact the standard: of theinch throne and the great Kohinoor 'lIa-1 J. R. MARTIN & CO.
| I primaries of May 10. I 1 1i I
and old. Sold by Wm. Anderson. mond in the of
young and bleed at the nose. We tried: everything foot and yard ran easily\ lie obtained now possession
Any woman or child suffering i 'I
[ man. Robert Bullock. I II
I'.ritlsh: crown.
we heard of ithout getting re- :should the official standards at
i from headache, biliousness or a dull. 1 I
I The British: first came into control In
time I be lost mislaid.; When in
any or : -
lief. We then called in our _family_ doctor -
Every portion of Marion and other I --- --- -- m I I drowsy feeling, should take one or two "1S34 the standard measure was destroyed For Superintendent of Public Instruc. |j 11SO':. when the Mahruttas[ : were defeated -
who prescr'bed Foley's Honey and :
: of rWitt's Little Early Risers night by fire at the house of pirlia-I tion near Delhi by I.ord Lake. When theseay
counties Marion was -
contiguous represented Tar. With the very first dos. they be- I I I' mutiny !broke out In 157 :Shah Ar E.
I I I j and morning. These famous little pills ment an attempt\ was made to rotore 1 ; BURNETTTIlE
at the meeting Saturday.which '
I take this method in asking the citizens
gan to improve and we feel that it has are famous because they are a tonic It by the pendulum test but pendu- I Mohammed Bahadour. then nim-ty
was one of the largest that has i of Marion county for their sup- !' old took command of the
saved their lives. Hefuse: substitutes j I as well as a pill. While they cleanse lums. like barleycorns were found not 'I years city

been held in the city for many a day SoIl\ by the Postoffice Drugstore. j j the system they strengthen and rebuild to agree.-London Chronicle. port in the primary of May 10. for th? I and until the English; again triumphed JEWELER

but the real interest seemed to centerIn nomination of county superintenden'' enjoyed the imperial state to which he
i it by their tonic effect upon, their liver i I
the candidates after they had retire Mr. R. S. Civils\ of Sparr met with j I I Old He Get Offf of public instruction. If re-elected J had long been a stranger.:;
and bowels. Sold by Win. Anderson.R. '
to the Ocala House. The most sough a peculiar but serious accident lastteek. I The famous Liddell. w ho with i shall work for the improvement of the I

after man was Senator Taliaferro and Ii I Scott, compiled Liddell and Scott'slexicon i schools and the best interest of thecounty. I Origin of the Polka.
\ lie entered the stable with feedfor i
The Is of Bohemian A
I A. Kelsey of Stanton came up >esi was dean of ChrNtcliurcbcollece. I polka origin. FINE WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER
who attended the
almost every person I' :
his As he over' |
citizen In
pet mare. stepped peasant :girl servant to :t
i terday and visited the Ohambliss Oxford It was whispered In ,
meeting of any prominence, desired a the" threshold of the door he stumbledand i W. D. Carn i Elbekosteletz\ n town three hours distance -
stock farm. :Mr. Kelsey is an old Tennessnean. regard to the lexicon that Liddell provided [ I
lrsonal interview with him. It looked fell and being an old man he: did the and Scott the brains. from Prague was on a Sunday
For the
lie has seen: a great deal ofi I Legislature JEWELRY
as if Taliaferro men were as plentiful before | dancing fur her" p-istime. at the same
haled 1
not rise very iuickly. The animal turned A young undergraduate was
i tine stock and knows it w hen he sees I hereby announce myself as a candidate : time her with ,
in Ocala. Saturday as autumn leaves i iI in accompanying:: steps an
I and trampled on his shoulder and the dean for some misdemeanor."I f
it. He not only knows what the good air of her The schoolmas-
I i for the I legislature from Marion i i own fancy. 1 HND
eceiiiber. Congressman that have
Sparkma Mr. -
leg and! stood over him until his soncaxue hear -, you a pr..t.ty
was also greatly sought after and so'' stock of Kentucky is. but says by com- wit for Impromptu verse." said the I county subject to the democratic primary j ter and organist. Joseph Neruda baring J

persistent were his callers that timehal j I and led the ;animal away.* lie' I'ari"on that Mr. ChatnbHss: has as fine dean. "If you will write one on the ,. and solicit the support of thedemocratic observed her movements, composed -I OPTICAL: GOODS
\vas badly bruised, but is improving. a suitable air. The dance was performed
I j animals as any they ever growthere.. lexicon I will let you off. The young i voters on the 10th of Mayi
to be called on them so as to give _
for the first time in iiblic at i ij Ii
I which is certainly very gratifying to man thought a moment and then said: -
i Respectfully, Carlos L. Sistrunk.I ---- --
audience to others who were patiently Elbekosteletz. then at Prague" where I
BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH hear. "There's a Lexicon written by UJJell and I j
waiting. Congressman Sparkman left i I I i, Scott ---- It obtained the name of polka. At I j
on the midnight train Washington, I Some of It's good. and some of it's not. I For Sheriff | Paris it became very popular and final- I

he his duties. havingbeen MERCURYAs j t BROKE INTO HIS HOUSEi The part that is good was written by i ly found its way to Lo-idon, New York
where will resume Scott, I hereby announce myself as a can-
will surely destroy the" I and all the great towns on both sides Block.
absent in Florida and in his sense of smell and completely derange: LeQuinn of Cavendish Vt.. was rot." of the Atlantic.The .
for the past several weeks to look (I county subject to the action of OCALA FLORIDA
theI hole system when entering it I robbed of his customary health by invasion London News. I I
after his |*>litical fents.Vhen questioned I the democratic primary. If nomins' Charm Worked Too Well.A .
through the mu'uusII faces. Such I of Chronic Constipation. When -a
by a rejmrter as to his pros|"ectshe ) i The Silk Spinning Oter. iiii'l t'1t'II..d I promise to perform the story of witchcraft in east Africa ., --- --- -
articles should never be used except ; Dr. Kings New Life Pills broke into : ;I ...,.". ....-- -_..",.., "'-_ "'--' ___ .
said he had every assurance of being I A mollusk: that might take an Important -: duties olsaid otii-e! to the best of my was told at a meeting of the Folklore i '

relumed. The rest of the IOp..ak- un i prescriptions from reputable ihysicians I his house his trouble) was arrested and place In textile industries if it exIsted a tllit)'. Henry Gordon. society by Robert Webb. A man applied -:'j
rrs, Senator Taliaferro. Wilkinson Call as th. damage they will do is i i I now ht>'s entirely ('url"'!. They're guar- In sufficient numbers is found in ______ ___. u __ ____- to a witch doctor for a powerful { WORMS li! VER wlFUGE t tFor

ten fold to the good you can jwissiblyderive j, anteel to cure. 2.V. at the AntiMonopoly : warm seas especially on the coi: .;t of charm to kill an enemy. lIe was givena ..
and Congressman 1).I"i8t'llt to it on- .... ... __ ______ __ _ __ _) >ttts'k -1L.;: 11..t.,.. .
of pau-el to bury in the path .1.W-
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from them. H.ill's\ Catarrh Cure, | I rugctoie.CONFESSIONS Sicily. It Is the pinna a genus wing '
', > will !
'st..r.I.IYh..rt they
son } will address manufactured by }-'. J. Cheney and Co., i shelled bivalves of which one species which the victim was to walk. To test 20 Years Has Led ai! Worm BssedissiyiMrt

tomorrow night they iI OF A PRIEST I attains a length! of two feet. To attach Its efficacy the man buried It Just out- Sf'.LZJ :BIT ALL SDIi.XT&OiG'i'JAfvlSS: : .
Toledo, Ohio contains andis
no mercury
the people of Ariher. I :i Itself to the rocks it spins a cable of side the door of the witch doctor's hut. Fre by: -.... F. JSAJULARD, St. Lcu: !

taken internally acting directly! upon I strong filaments called rullwtivel.v I ,,' A female shire of the magician was # ""- ""'"'--uwwj "" _. ,. -

BEST COUGH MEDICINE the blood and mucous surfaces of the" j n.John S. Cox. of Wake Ark.,' b ssu*. These threads wonderfully the first to leave the hut and on passing for sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading druggists.

FOR CHILDREN. system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure !I t writes, "For 12:! years I suffered from I strong, silken In texture and Lave been; the pot fell dead. The witch doctor

1M> sure you Yet the: genuine.! It is taken Yellow Jaundice." I consulted a num- woven Into various delicate fabrics.: A t Mini his client for the value of the -- --- ------ -- --"

internally an I made in Toledo, 0.. I her of I hysicians and tried all sorts of f: pair of gloves: from this material may m dead slave and the case was tried before -

When you buy a cough medicine fur by I.'. J. Cheney and ('0. Testimonialsflee. : medicines, but got no relief. Then 1 I l be seen In the British: mUS'IWU11! I # .* & .. -a the native courts.-London Mall. : !
("IHIr"l'Oll II:'I\t >ne in hkh you -.a iQ B g -
began the use of Electric Hitters anJI 1 I fine mummy cloths made from it by the COLD Ih n
can place implicit confidence. You I I Still Obicnre. i I
ancients still
want one that not only relieves but Sold) by druggists. Price. T3; cents feel that I am now curei of a disease are preserved. <*" < *
I..r liott'e.Take : i that had me in its grasp for twelve I %.xi holding her finger on the place, In the '' '''II'O';
cures. You want one that is unquestionably The Fate of the StinK II I ** w/r>=< '' .G
v- > >&
harmless.ou want one thatis Hall's) Family\ Pills for cnnstipation. I 3ears. If you want a reliable medi- i I sometimes wonder what will become II I >*S s i;---> >5 s5iS E. ? paper" where she had been reading

pleasent to take. Chamberlin's cine for Liver and Kidney trouble. of the stingy man In tin- here- fiaf -. "what does 'eke1 mean?" So many pe-tple wh.> have apparniy! recovered fmni a old

i stomach disorder or general debility,, after. Certainly Le can't get into hea\ .-4- v ;;t "It means 'also,' .In addition.: 'like- are stricken with Pneumonia This is due to the fact that me
\ all of these
IJemedy meets con- .J'ff
Cough pet Electric Hitters. It's guarantee.:]I I en, and if the devil has left the first *>* 4- a- wIsp: responded Mr. f'hugrater.!

ditions. Theie is nothing so good for Mr. John P. Galloway candidate for I by the ,\ntl- Ionopolr Itl'Ug<:toie. inly) principles\ of a gentleman the stingy: fifa i "Can't you tell from the other words bronchial tubes and lunijs arc in a weakened condition and unable:

the coughs and colds incident to shet itT of Marion county will leato- i (I | man will not get the entree in the oiiicrplace. j la the sentenee'f'" i to resist that terrible disease. OI'AAC. the greatest throat and lUll::

childhood. For sale by all druggists.The 1Irrofor .\nthMI '. Srarr Citra Orange I I _ _ | It Is well to b? thrifty and fru. v"e_. "No. and that doesn't seem to make : remedy, will kill a cold in uvnty-four hours. Physicians are constantly -

Springs, Pine and Fort McCoy. gal, but when thriftiness runs to seed 5fet5.i': It any plainer. either." she ssld, proceedlng -

board of county commissioner He will) take: in the: big candidate fish,,1! H. ('. Jones and T. J. Owens 1' It betimes Just plain mangy uic.tsly' ; to read: 'The lower classes prescribing and recomnv-ndinjj Opaac to their patients as it

met this 1I.l1l1ing.11 the members fry at Eureka Saturday. Mr. Galloway cmopany with Z. C. Chambliss. esctirteO .. j stinginess; and n man would muh better of Chinese also. In addition likewise is purely vegetable never can-sing that nauseating effect which
were present except Wartmann of says he is meeting with very gatifyingsuccess ; | <(<:irand Master Conrad of Yolu.I .. get the smallpox.-San! Praii .<, i, A | out a miserable existence.' What's the follow quinine and other drugs; containing opiates.Ouros.
of I'd like know r-ChI-
Bulletin.! sense to
sia and Grand A. M
in his candidacy.SAVES county Secretary
(Cum who.s. expected| this afternoon.The I "I Tribune.
'ushman. of the Florida Odd Fellows II cago
old members were ple.u"ed to weliome | HU Effort.Strutter .
j and Sid L. Carter of Gainesville. to Mr.1 flit Ii CeldAft
Mr. Samuel U. Pyles. who received TWO FROM DEATH What did you think! : m- I Eicnaable Ignorance.The e a

his commission the other day.;J"'k i! Chambliss'stock farm Saturday. Thejt Impersonation of Hamlet? l'\- As bishop of Brisbane told of one of

were delighted) with what they saw. genuine a piece of reall.-m: ..- e\cr I his bush clergy! who on one of his tours 24 HOilrs
had almost t I
McCully of the Berlin section was avery "Our little daughter an : IS! :
I there--over one hundred of as fine eat. i saw. Strutter-You fatter II.c Your I up country asked the child of an EngIKh -
Important visitor before the board fatal attack of whooping cough and j
tie as they ever laid eyes on.ft"l surely cannot be In earnest? 1'i.yer j C. M. BROWN squatter what happened on Christmas ;
business of interest to the taxpayers bronchitis." writes Mis. W. K. Havi- ,
having: they had viewed the farm they return, Never more earnest in all my life. The j day or why the day was observed.The IT ACTS LIKE! R1A3SG!
of the county. land of Ax monk, N. Y., "but when all I I fact t.ou were Irvine. to act shonej child was unable to answer and
ed to Ocala and proceeded: to Silvei r The People's Candidate: for
other remedies saved her life f ;j forth in your every word and every Its mother hastened to the rescue.' !She A Sure Cure for LaG rippe Catarrh Colds
with which I Coughs, Croup,
they were GOVEFNOR
PNEUMONIA IS ROBBEDOF with Dr. King's New Discovery. Cud I mOH'mt'nt.-Ro"tou Transcript.' i told the clergyman that he really must
than delighted. They then went to Kendrick Bronchitis, Pleurisy: Whocpfcg Cough, NeuraSgia; and
advanced l' their isnoraace as r.o neWl"pa'pl'rs
ITS TERRORS niece who had Consumption In an \r'lse :

stage also. used this wonderful i to see Captain Webb's lim< I I Matter of Finance. I had! come their! way for a longtime j i Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption.

Hy Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops I works. Mr. Conrad is deeply\ interestetj' 11 "Time i U money they B.V." remarked I 56 YEARS A CITIZEN OF. anl they had not heard the latest !
medicine and today she is
the racking cough and heals and I in this kind of material beinst lare

and I
fectly ell Desperate I
strengthens the lungs. If taken in time, I w sawmill and chew of tobacco. I is the result of scientific i
I NewDiscovery man contractor. Wherj I I investigation by a prominent phy= < un
It will prevent an attack of pneumonia. lung diseases yield to Dr. Kings "W..n, maybe It Is." rejoined: the \"11.t Foundation of All Fiction. ,

Kefuse substitutes. Sold by the. as to no other medicine on I i ever they went they saw thin !s tha : lage: !grocer "but If It's all the same to I For all readers there comes a time after many years of study and labor.! All d mrous: injjred;;(.nts,

earth. Infallible for Coughs and Colds pleased them and life with the impres- I you I wish you would spend a little Ii A Soldier Under General R. E. I when love and plenty of It. Is Inspen-! such as drugs ani l opat; s, are eliminated.: Th: curative properties
Postoftice Drugstore.
: 50o. and $1 bottles guaranteed by th? sion that Ocala and )1&rion'ount) an? more money here and a little less Lee from First to Las Day. I sable. And this Is the one taste that of OPAAC act iuirn-: dat: <-ly and :is guaranteed to break up in a few

I I : Drugstore. Trial bot- progressive" and up-to-date. :i time."-Cincinnati En-julrer. lasts.! Tho- penny novels, by the aid
Mrs. Annie Puncan. a former resident t I Anti-Monopoly 11; of which girls on the way to work give hours any cold or feverish symptoms not too l lung; nl: lected.
ties fr..e.YOU. i r::
and musk teacher of Ocala. but for thepast I J A ecret. their! mInd! a holiday. reading! with
I Lunches steak: coffee milk. pies'I. Carries four "Yankee" bullets -
three months at Lake Helen in !! Mr. Thlnpson-Jon' told me" a secret g pained anxious: expression coming

Volusia county where she went for her r ARE GOING NORTH OR WEST. andwiches, etc.. .at _Dame's.. I today. Mrs. Thompson (anxiouslyi: I I as a gentle: reminder cf J bark to the world with a start when Buy a Box Today. Price 25c

What It? Mr. !( have but
was demanded
health has greatly improved and will -- Thompson-The one that great bloody struggle. tickets are
1i R. R. of :I1 told' you last week. Mrs. Thompson one subJt?<' .-London Queen.
go to Tampa IOhrtto\ establish in R. D. FULLER Be the genuine. If does not have
service.Modern i, Oh._ dear me: :. that___ n Mrs__._ Jones_ ____ is__ _such____ *_ I i i sure you get your druggist
the teaching of music in that city.A t ers unexcelled passenger
: trains carrying Pullman sleepers DENTIST I tattler: iisgain.Judge.\ never tell\ her anytbng! :, i Only Wanted III. Fare. it, send us your name and address for free sample.
I ". TEL FRIED OF I "I suppose. Jerry the eminent statesman -

DANDY FOR BURNS up-to-date coaches free reclining Office! Over Munroe & Chambliss I 1! said. looking; through; his pocketbook -

I I chair cars and dining cars between Bank. Ocala Florida.J. : I It Depend THE PEOPLE. | for a new dollar: bill "like a lot of IRVING CHUG GC51PA81Y, Philadelphia, Pit.

Dr. Bergin. Pana Ills., writes: "I Southern and Northern cities. The Miss Spright! -I>o you beliere In putting I other people nowadays you would ratber -
have used UalUrd'Snow Uniment; finest dining car service in the South. !I an old bead on young shoulders? i I | have clean money?"

always recommended it u> my friends \ All agents sell through tickets via E. CHACE, i i De Gay-That depends upon whether HIS I-LATrORH. I 1 "Oh. that's all right senator" said
Late reference love education. the cabman. "I don't how
you to or j care you
as I am confident there is no better L. & N.For
DEINTALSUR3EON : -Butte Inter Ionntln"I : !: The farming anJ labeling !j i made your money." "-Thieago Tribune.
made. It is a dandy for burns. Those rates. schedules and sleeping i
Offiie I I :cen his T'iist cei( ::.'ei.tcn.GOOD IF YOU AR: IN NEED OF
J. M. Fern
who live on farms are especially liable car reservations apply to Upstairs Commercial Bask The S&me Girl. Feminine Friendship ;

to many accidental outs burns. bruises ing. Florida passenger agent : lV.. Building, Ocaia.! Florida. t Young ltano1Wlen -I ued to TVAGLS f CF. HONEST: jWORK. Ste-Have you ever met my two

which heal rapidly when Ballard's Bay St., Jacksonville: or C. L. Sione. : TERMS CASH ,: kiss you. you slapped) me Young : dearest friends! ? They are Jest lovely i Peanuts Velvet Beans Goofczrs Chufas
I Wife-Well, j and so devoti-d. He-How bag hare .J
won't !
Snow Liniment is applied. It should G. P. A., Louisville. Ky. --- you 'pet :shipped now ;
: unlessou forget to Lbs\ me. -Iiustrated ; I LIBERAL PENSIONS.: Liberal you known then? She-Why, I've Beggar Weed Seed Kaffir Corn, Sorgaem,
alwaxs be kept in the house for cas..sof ,
W. H. MAREAN M. D. Hits. 'I kno'Wnnnette nearly ten days and
emergency." :;5t'., 50c. and SI a bottle. FOR SALE I'I School POLICY. The Primary. Margaret: : almost a week.-Cleveland" Millet, varieties of Early and Late Field Cora,

Sold by the AntiMonopoly Drug- HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND i! :>e&leried. The fla.::ca': Cvnmis-: j Plain I eaer.ETadlng.
Whipporwttl Clay Unknown Lady Finger
ttore. An Upright Piano, but little used; SURGEON i Vcn mum--Who's taking; care of sio::. Hard iOC5Eccn.; : :: .- ,

i the ? Mrs. Von Bluffier-No nae. DUtnrbanee. and Cow Peas Beans and all Field and Garden -
New Home Sewing Machine: Folding ?i.">.ial attention given to the treat- baby ''I ical Adiaiaistrslsn. ljayrzert | i ,
The new nur.e Is with him.- Scart: Set. I'arkfrW mo.t'\! again. Barker
n.ent of Chronic
Cabinet Bed Desk, suitablefor Diseases and Dis-
FINE CIGARSThe ; a Writing
cf the Stare !;el.' Ersr.'atics I Seeds call write
*-,!"*" of Women and Children. ; s. -You have? Parker-Yes; our children on or

office or business; also a Complete I I cf Crisiiral: Corpoiatlcns: : and were co nci,,y that we cou'Jn't stand: I

Norma Martinez the C. II. S.. I Dinner Set etc. These artcles: are Ocla.: Fla. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no what the neighbors! said about them.

the El Solo and the Fa ma Xacional worth the attention of anyone needng: '>!fTi. f''er Ts dings' Drugstore. Of- ">:.'..,"-s.tnd will not (lonstiputlik Trtsts. r.i trot Free I'ress.Contentment's !. OCALA SEED STORE

four of the best 5c. cigars made in them and they will be sold cheap. Call tie ho-irs from 8 a. nx, to 1* m.. n-i'iy .til otht-r couch nvdim..s Re.usr -
from 2 p. TO. to S p. ii.. A LN OF DIED5. !i iI
Tampa and many others to be found at 217 S. Orange St, or address E. E. : "ub utut..s. Sold by the Postof- coupons are cllppable
RplldeJ.I'fL--. M y. Main St, knn\\11 Sole for Bkdonaa's Medical Salt Brick for Stock)
( Agents
c 'tiiiy -Atlanta Journal. 4
Ocala Fla. I -
jn T. W. Troxler's cigar case. Converse, i u Ue Nash cottage. ace Drugs ore. ..-.
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;i : Ocala Evening Star, Monday, April 4, J904 ,

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ONE STEP Railway Company I
Will be fatal to the sleep-waiter.. Will I
(Continued from first page.) I DEPARTMENT mlfiN 1p
II he draw back or will he take the final

oprx>nent he had to do so. It was all I raw step? A great many people are in Hi'
: peril like the sleep-walker. They are TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10, 19M WJjm
22 Pounds Good Rice I right; to have opposing; candidates. It a:5: <'aied. The disease is progressing I Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

i I was the privilege of men to run for day by d&The time comes when one j

office and: the voter to take them up. 1 more step away from health is fatal i a i
The man who has suffered from indigestion :; FROM OCALAFor PROGRAM j
According to McNamee. was a poor -
$1.00"Presto"A or gastric trouble I i i I

stiek of a Congressman but "Mack": rs goes some night to a ,! Rochelle Palatka. Jacksonville Of School Exercises at Howard Academy -'! 1pllIBone

was the "It." In McXamee resided the 4 ''f dinner and returns home j Waycross. Thonusville. Savannah. I

timber to land all the needed appropri- z tc' to find he has taken that i I: Charleston Wilmington Richmond. this EveningSong j i

prepared flour, saves a ations. According to McNamee. Spark- IJ .P' t last step from be health tak."r I Washington Norfolk. Baltimore, "Hear Our Prayer"-Advanced '
which can never'
1/4jfj I TRAIN NO. 32, 1:20 A. M. Pains, Itching, Scabby .
and i New York. Boston and Grades.
man was a corporation lawyer Philadelphia
; fourth of the half the troafale en I I Skin Diseases. ,;
expenses, \ therefore couldn't serve two masters. ( fl To neglect the cur i all Eastern points. Also for all Western Prayer-Rev. W. O. Bartl..)'. Swellings Carbuncles. Piuiph-*, Srrof ul. '

I I ii't I A" of indigestion or some connection with Chicago Song. "Lift Every Voice and FenBioertlj e&nM.IT takinj BviUau dooJ C n. It :
lIe quaintly referred to the tempta- :; points in Sing"Primary -
and all the anxiety of pastry and biscuit I. / ": I: j other form of stomach iazQr s tv a.tTe Pa-fa a the t>11>Ot1. _' t riithe
t tier. that would beset lcXam...,. but -4 1'If.4: if ) trouble is dangerous. It : and Florida SpeciaL" : grades. and fxa> IB boac*, bark aaits. ,,'t.\\gSabty

I Pparkman had run up against them. I{ I I! ii also;! i inexcusable. Dr.Pierce's For Rochelle Palatka Jacksonville and Little Brown Hmds-J..ssie Mickens. Skin Blood feel tot or tluo. :;."'...... uaiu
making.THGFHIR 'I fli IaIuas aad Bumps on t&e Sfcn. )Ia.-3* I'.,> 'fa t
.md had stood them of!. ... :-parkI i Golden Medical The Little- School Girl- Helen Chan-
f TRAIN NO. 78, 1:15 P. M. all points east. Also for Ya'on.t- \III. Sore Tiroat fiplet or oCensm ft DC !a.
I man showed: by reading Mr. McNa.- J II ;il Discovery cures diseases Cvpr-Q*. f.poIlOr JUQD Skin.a:. n. n a
lanta\'iIIe. Chicago."ia Dixie
and other
: I dler.Fear riunj .
r' vrrxxB. on any: put ol tie bud) ila. e rt*
. I mee's platform. on which he rode into 1 j j\: organs: of digestion and Flyer route. Not Dear Little Ones-Louisa t.ort fjuiin.;oat.fartoadel&::s...tail

the state legislature in 19U2.:! that htI 1..i \ : nutrition. It purifies Finley. Botanic Blood Balm, guarantees
j :blood stimulates the For Leesburg Croom Trilby Brooks- 10c-uren"J: '. and .
I .. i_ Little worst most&ep-xea '""- f
too. was serving two ma..trsIt. 1,1II Helpers-Six Pupils.
i --- iliver. cures biliousness, TRAIN NO. 39, 3:20: P. M.'ille.. Tarpon Springs, Clearwater. .5icit.'paueat medicoe,aoJ bot springs tu. -
bor organizations and the general! pubIlL. .....-.1 _. and eliminates bilious Song. "Greet the P.eaper"-Primar sores. oi.. :la'Leaan.t i.aJ1Lre.thssL 4' -

+, II also how he pled for the Fort poisons from the sys- Belleair St. Petersburg. Lakeland. grades. I Il.aUs blood par tad nrn. complfMy ,'aa*- ,. -
: Tampa. and intermediate points. entire body into .a dean. t*&.iij coaoaun. U n "
.": Brooke annexation to Tampa all'1.i tem. Independence Day-Edith Chandler. us rand thosuods. ot case*i.i Knot fo:5Un'w.. .
i 'The praise I would. like : For Leesburg. Croom. Trilby. Tarpon "'1=re IIeS..<( tuM..
B. :I. I-I..L'-I-.t T-of when in the legislature didn't s.iy ,1'' to your Golden: :Mrdic God Bless the Little Children-Her-
t .. i Dnvo err I ,v.aDi x uucr ia TRAIN NO. 21, 2:16 A. M. Springs Clearwater. Belleair St. Petersburg mia LaRoche. lid KheuuiatUm,(Catarrh Eczema
word about it also how McNamee. n.
; W, word jf describe with pen" i a-e raojed' t>T aa awful poisoned ccn&ii.i a T.Blood. .
fifty working days in the legislaturr write. 'Tu B Ambrose. E..q I and intermediate points. The Disobedient Little Fish-Hanna E. 8. .stop* Eawilrg! and Sp. i ->. Urn ?
of :*>i S Mifflm St. Huat- and Saatffciy,Achea and PUES; tints I: .-,.zua,
Proprietor. missed lifi roll calls, when both houses ingdon.: Pi "1 was taken ; TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25 P. M. For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosas- Mack. raurrbte&:: aU Scab, Scaies Emvn-'a BiiBhstcrs.

were only fifty feet apart and all the I with duujred what with.our physician the be-* around*.id was here indigestion and found sa and: intermediate points. Dialogue.kDr..amers"-Willie Dixon foul ( ten&g Sore ot CCKOU: jj gir-c .
I : itexllay blood sapply to affected!
pIm PA.I
committee rooms along the line of this no rcii-f I wruteoa and \00 .dr.srd me ta and Elmo Weston.
- Live Oak.
- --- - I For Juliette High Springs
use Ur puG'Jd..a: Medical D' overy I Cancer Cured
distance. What would hed in <'<>ngress took three bottle and I :cU _o !good tat: I TRAIN NO. 45,10:10 A. M. Dupont. Waycross and all points east The Ph'taician-1Iaude Frederick. Botanic Slood! Bam! Cures GUUVTS of ,:: tut i<
itopprd-bein" cured I have no tymptoma ofgMinc S-ip-vmrng! Sirellings, Earn M rPio Tut f
with the departments miles .- and west. Song.Do Something"-Primary
E.E.D trouble; or mdifemon naw.If .
1OR1IL .'.
OC7thi1 ; iom. li Jj ice Caaoer 1\aot a; be.t -
Mr. Sparkman then tovk his !II ask: your dealer for "Golden grades.A .
apart. up you
aora If
TRAIN NO. 49 at cancer perfe.ty. 7.10 uaT
7:10 Homosassa
A. M. For Juliette. Gulf Junction.
have .
because ._ .
Medical .
services for Port Tampa and Tampa : Discovery you I Rainy Day-Lizzie Holmes. Pm;'!', Wart. Sweilafv: ShoL"' "
I t tWl confidence in its cures, do not allow and intermediate points. uke Blood R*!:; and ".., "ai: :L5L.'i ea.. .)
water. The matter started in the ': yourself to be switched off to a medicine .I Little Helpers-Six pupils.A .1tonobp mt tiL.: tr. 1a a'arzu: ,po.. ..
GROCERY DEPARTMENT Trains No. S2: and :tl carry Pullman Sleepers.:
d.iyf Congressman Davidson. Mallory :,,! claimed to be "just as good" but which I Class n..dtation-Se.e-ral pupils. 'f cancer ccred by ukirf lioumc Bkwa B&ta

fill It.t-re.1 it. and, he then took it up. -. you did not ait for and of which you' Trains No. 39 and 78 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars. Happiness-John Scott I --- uLI- GLaICAITEL. ----
Staple and Fancy Groceries Deliveredto know nothing. I nay a l-u-Kr bottle (.... Si. of any
an.! by request of the people of Tampa. I i; P. & O. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on Awful-Nancy Crooks. I t..a.....*directed. IlotilUmiR.U.U. auie. .
You .can get the People' CommonSense 111UO4 .. al....)., ....
all Parts of the City sought and secured appropriations. 1. 'j I!I Medical Adviser louS pages: pa. Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:15: p. m. Song. '"The'armer and the Seasons" nhrIf n o tbe( eared quantity your nauej I. '& will.'I.

To create a channel of 24 frt from tht- j| per covers-!! by sending 21 one-cent -Advanced grades. pruwptly be '
of Train 21 connects at St. Petersburg with Independent Line of steamers I CuI.dcd r.t8'Pm If) _
mouth of the bay to Port Tampa; first lUmps, to pay expense mailing o"Z"I Dialogue. "Who am de Mudder"-Jacob out UJ.i"""-
PHONE. NO 163C !Addre. Dr. R. V. Pi r<*, Buffalo, :-0. Y for Tampa and Manatee river points. I --
12: feet then 15 fet, then IS. and finally I Quarterman and Ernest Rush.A Ii Botanic Blood P.nlinT.K.I!: Is ..
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For full. complete and reliable information Pleasantan.t&i'"to: tike. Then Ji:1.: "<:'aIr. :'
regarding rates through car ..
:24! feet the last three in preparation I Drill. Free o"ements-Primar rv"r: \ 1I<>Iu..<' In;rf"'* vvea& t
__ I. | arrangements. sleeper reservations etc.. call on Atlantic Coast Line kidntrs snd wk .'.,!r..'*, .. f _
-- - ----- ----- n When working for Port Tampa any grades.
Of WETILL SELL l'IlJI'It'4< .lre4ta.'ns' co hb! each Nxi vjui.ief
I agent. or address .< ii.ii. II. ,nd I'amnhlrl he..' .'. "i
Tampa received the same benefit for Recitation-Essie Norwood. ..
I vnunit BliHM lUlm Ci., Ailn.4.1.1 I II r.
the first full T. C. WHITE. Division Pas't'ngE'fgent.. When Mamma Was ooiib.r..* ft. DI>11I aJnve, u. .
CommercialBank fifteen miles the depth Colonist tickets to CALIFORNIA a Little Girl"- a. too. at fc-ljd leiter.

f would come later. Such-; appropriations OREGON, WASHING. 111. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager, W. J. CRAIG. General Pass. Agent Winnie Casminskt Sold by AntiMonopoly Drugstoi e i >. na

9 BRANCH OF 9Q I were not received in a day. The Tam- II TON, IDAHO, UTAH and the I Wilmington. North Carolina. Song, "Wildwood Flowers"-Primary _n __ _

ihinnel was not the only one ask GREAT NORTHWEST J grades. tue is at a discount. Mans ol Iht'S>

COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE QI II.a appropriations. He got 5.JOO: I I When Pa Begins t' Shave Plumer people are from good families ina b....

I I If II for the main channel and $60OuO for CHEAPDuring Bell. company has brought them t<> .iisg -

CAPITAL S50.000.00 f Port Tampa, also over $2OuO,000: for the What Became of a Lie--Sara Shade. and they glory in their sli'ir." 'ht--

I fortifications along the bay and at the The Pknk.wral Pupils. prayers of the church is .t.-K.- : H.-

9 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 9 mouth of the channel. He referred to March and April. Our Song "Medley Chorus"-Advanced half of these people.

I the appropriations he sEcure.1 for route takes you through ST. grade-j. Call at the Slack House for com

0 DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0I Tumpa'a iiuatuffk-r and building even LOUIS, KANSAS CITY COLORADO Dolly's Birthday-Fanny Joiner. fortable lodging and board at reasonable :

I RECEIVED.: LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I IO j in excess of what was asked. He also and SALT LAKE Jakie O. Water Melon Pickle-Evelyn West
rates. Broadway.
AND SOLD O referred to securing appropriations for I CITY. Keeler.A .
I I If you contemplate attending t tin A
lot for the Ocala public building asked Boys Sister-Arthur Jackson.

__ __ .____ _n _____ __________, I II for $10.00' and got $lOOt), and if sentI "THE SCENIC LINE Song. "The King of Day"-Advanced M. F. General Conference .it 'hi .I{(.
r take the S. A. L.. via Kloni.tton "I' :
I back in due time would get a sum for grades.

W. P. EDWARDSAt I a fine building. Mr. Sparkman plainly OF THE WORLD." FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYNew Her Papa-Mary Busbie. the L. and X. H. ILHEALTH

showed he was always In evidence as The Afternoon Nap-Ethel Toinp-

I a member: of the river and harbor: com- kins. IS YOUTH
the City Market
I jmittee, the most Important and most Make your arrangements now.I. Uncle Daniel's Introduction to Miss
time card* in effect Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age
'j sought after committee in the House. Stt'aml'r-Lee R. Hampton.

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable?: I I everything that it was possible to secure Song, "Come Rise With the Lark"Admnced Herbine taken every moniinp h.'tore

and not be: on that committee I. E. REHLANDER March 30th will grades. breakfast, will keep you II. : ,.bust -
appear -
in Season , much for securing such appropriations Traveling Passenger Agent health, fit you to ward off disc.,,.,. 1\

as his district needed, not forgetting The stewards' and trustees' rally at cures constipation. biliousin! > ..: 'i"'V

City and Country Trade SolicitedFree ''I Ocala. MISSOURI PACIFIC in nexu issue Hernando M. E. church yesterday was I sia, fever, skin. liver and hi In. \ 11-

Robert McNamee I very successful. The pastor. Rev. J. plaints. It purifies the I.i i I.-; ,,; ,

Said h. didn't push the annexation of RAILWAY i E. A. Keeler, is well pleased. The fol- i clears the complexion. Mi I .-. I Vt

Delivery Phone i 2 i. I,I Fort Urooke to Tampa because its people -I CHATTANOOGA TENN. : r FO1t H IWmnl\T1IJ\ RELATING\ IB T IE\ .I lowing persons made excellent reports: I II i :::Smith Whitney. Texas sttt.'s A'o'l\

---- -- I didn't want to be annexed. His I : Mrs. Fannie Davis. Mrs. Ella P. Duck- 3. 1902: "I have used Herbir.'. .,ud :ti oj 1

I non-appearance at roll call was becauseof I I --- I Ii ett Mrs. Mary Pearson Mrs. Lily Forest it the best medicine for toi-! ,:'a1I1.: t

i illness and strenuous committee i Mrs. Laura Gail. W. M. Richardson and liver troubles. It does ,11 ""U

Special Saleof I work. He indignantly refuted Spark- : Georgia Southern See Ticket AgentI Enoch Harris and James Davis. I claim for it. I can highly Ie.I.nlm'Ild i iI

i Inan's interpretation of his nut voting it." 0c. a bottle. Sold by the .\1111i 1
I Florida The handsomest line o' juffets china -I
j on the bill preventing the mal riage of & Ry i Monopoly fugstore. '
closets dining room hairs and tables -
MachinesWe whites and blacks. He entered and contended I
Sewing t I "Suwanee River Route." I rocking chairs reception chairs, II
for forty-six bills for Hilisborough
I ets., that this portion of the state has I (X
county; sjKjke of his fight for Ii i --- Call Ditto
.1.1I ever seen just received by Mclver &
have a large number of sewing machines that have been used-som<9 ,: t'imfeilerate tensions; his effort to di- I Diliflyer,Quickte| ..JacKar.Everybody.

machines havi I vide the Indian claim half for .. ....... 1i 1-
but !little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These j war our --

been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts replaced | piny woods schools and the other half ,i L. I'alka! ., .; sU i pin 115 aDI.v. I I is invited to the concert at REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEF.
:, ,
.lackeonyillr ;;'i I' m ; I 04 Iii .
and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, triec I j for the old veterans whkh failed by no I .\\lld.-ta! 111->> p m, II .N'g. iiI I'I I Howard Academy tonight in the interest -

and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seer\ I fault of his. In the present tIght in I! .H Tltt"n. .. .. I:! :s;; DI ;t:! :g I' It, | of the school term. A fine pro- W. Ditto Room 12, Merchant
Cord..lf' I ia 1 4'
and tried if desired. .. -J j Tampa he had the supM>rt of the 1II..a.iin \,0 'I.\r. ?'.A.I..SY. i I I grom will be rendered. Admission 10 Block, Ocala, Fla.,.
m..rll'us .. 7 !H a m: 3 ti! P 0
We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $-1 to $12 I, I j pallt'rs-the Tribune and Her- (!olumbu4 I:! g pm :. lr pAr. ", j cents. For lots to build on, from Jl lu lu J;>tH$ >,

and each is a bargain at the price. i t aid--while Spaikman had the Times I I..nt"uu.'ry 0. ,;. .. .. II\. 7 t.;. P II 1 Fine roe shad every other day at- houses to live in. from $:5 t.. J!>nm.

We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and Wil- I t the .\. I'. L. subsidized sheet. If he I .H. Ial'un I! 3 t41 a ml t 1 I" I' ILGFIi5.iIA 1..1.. Tompkins' stall. No. 10. city market Some of these go for cash ;t11,1 i ...sum
I' a. It. I I
tor" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment. was a betting man he would bet a ginger I .H. \ugu-ta ; e :c. p II If you call a sensible man a fool he- I on easy terms. I warrant all t iliks.CALL .

Graphophones and Records. A Craphophone and 6 Records for $5. cake that he would beat Sparkman I (: OF 6. It. It. :!'. a DI : I
.tr.Atlanta. I 7 n a m ; II;; I' It will smile at you and go on, but O.don't AT ONCE
." votes to 1 in his own city. He contended Culumhus 03 a ml i
SEA3OARDjI call an ignorant for he
I.H. Birminihaw ') m' one.
that Sparkman could only! work Memphis s 0., P 01: :i will. nine cases out of ten fight you.

for the .\. ('. 1... w hose paid he I 5..sT.L. I ,8 LALEXAXDGflPractical
L I i YarjPtta.... \111 a m'I It 11I' 11 Fresh water bream and trout saltwater
Furniture and House Goods a1 1 1"SMITH'S" I.\r.
Furnishing -is. How about the Oklawaha river ("attsno..g;: ., 1 w' p m JU ,';1 It II
.H. :Sa.hvIHp I\ ) P ml ;i 1I' II AIR LINE RAILWAY trout, sheephead and bass and
m which (K-ala's future destiny was 11.1. 4E-T.: : It a. i '; ::1 p II ,
I' BQ salt cured mullet and fresh oysters at rl
I .H. M. 1111' 1\; :':! a in'Ar.
wi.tpped.I If it ever expected" to be abasing ;thicao 11 :!&' am, FOR Jake Thomas market.
mint on freights water rates L.\o; R. 5.Ar.
I b.ui&vllk :! :111 a tli 12 :0 pAr. 0 ( fall M. C.
at Falana's for
Ocala Furniture Co. i i would do it. He said Sparkman got abeggarly Cincinnati t ': :!II II DI I:! 1M. III : tSsvannah. Columbia, Camden, Southern PIne J choicegroceries estimates made on all < Inl. oi.'t
.I I I'. &'!: E. I. K. K. 9Ar. and marketing goods: delivered work. GiV"s and bettfi ,. ,
$2ot:! ") for that stream. when S ? more .mv foi
Chieao t II 1'1' a DI :\' i' c 1 Raleigh Richmond, Washington, Baltimore
free. the ihan other
money any man Into
it should have been S'O.UOt11 this is
h______ __ _on ___ ---- f. Philadelphia, New York. J \\n.I .
in the future says Mr. Sparkman. See-; .solid trains from Jacksonville t., Ol.e..r;. Call at T. Randolph's for cool I I
: Trains from Haiatka! roundel at Valilo,.ta \\i'i I, drinks, ice etc., next to W. O.
what General Bullock did \\hen in ('on- .. cream
trains gotnc! n rth fr..m JaclsoDvilltlx ; 9 TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. <$ I
RESTAURANT- i' gress. lIe got $10,000) for improving the .--UvJUT- Dixie F4jer traIn for Mscon. Parker's restaurant I. A. Colyer Bros.
I remaining ill.t..p..t until 7:3": Ia m 9 B
Oklawaha. and had he not been turned j i'ullman Buffet >;eepn ( ars from Jack-mi; Seaboard Express I&m-c's stall No. 7. city market will
ville t..t L..ul love .. 0 $
via r ute WItU"1l ,
I down would have had J5".00 for that I ,'elianire l'ar" (Iii Pme Flyer train al.!..> 1'uil. supply you with fresh fish beef pork Merchant Tailors,

stream and this city's benefit. He then I !I1ans' finest !<>eer- on an e train to Chitipwithout Seaboard Mail.\ I I and vegetables.We .
cliaiitfeKorjM'lieduleiinuthlound 1 | I
.:*. First Class Meals I illustrated \\hat persistent" efforts could matloii.: address and other inf..r are sure to call on you for your II I Have in stock one of the finest assortments

I;- do in the case of Hearst intense applause I, .1 II \FFTEm 3 nODERN PULU1AN Star dues; look out for us. Businessis I of suitings for holiday MIUS
i ) in his enlarging the power of j Pi-tru-t 1'1t..n .H Vsreiit. ;"1 W hay vtr..H! : business.! ever presented to the Oala public

.x-: Oysters in all Styles the interstate railroad commission. Hut Or 22 B KI10HK. MCfci-oiivillr"! Style and fit guaranteed. Olt-auiug.
'.''Dera! Pa..enr .\,:ent. Oh e'.r. e... 'Henry Holland has bought one-half
this could not be done by men tied up I i dyeing and repairing neatly don-. Fail
9 ONLY LINE OPERATING 5 : interest in the famous Jones market.
by two strings | and winter
as was Sparkman.) Acording i suitings to your kking

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining to Sparkman's logic. to prevent j Daily Through Sleepers from JacKsonville ,, He also runs a first class grocery and Best suits for the money in town Inspection
: : market on Tucker Hill; also will pur-
men being tempted in the legisl.i- : solicited. No. 3, North Main
I '-hise; your hogs and cows.
New Orleans.
I lure was to send three attorneys from I USE TflYLOrTSRemedy :: : a to St. two doors north of Ocala House,
::11,1 Rev. J. A. Ayers returned: from Mart -
Personal each
Room open until midnight. county to the legislature. (.
of Sweet Gum anc For full i information ) t.4lY. where he spent the Sabbath.
and UeserTatiom call
attention given to special orders anythingthe !| adise and free passes would! pie ii: J Sleeper on any Agent
lUilroad attorneys swarmed! in th.- legislature Mullen for Colds Seaboard or writeS J. W. Howard the swift barber and
market offers prepared for the table on Coughs, ,: I Tax Deed Under Section e ef'"b.j.-!
fighting to J. I'. smooth shaver has now opened shop
prevei.t H I A. 0. MacDonell Asst. Qen. Pass. Agent
short notice. LaGrippe. Nature's Great ter mtt.! Laws of Florida.
Koonoe of M Liddon's stables and will
Samter county getti.g In. Jacksonville: .. opposite giveou .

his bill compelling railroads to {,ltyj Remedy for all Throat and F r. s. c. BOYLST jN JR.. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla. 5 > first class work at regular prices; Notice
I is hereby given that S. R. Pyi-a.;
j twice the-. value of stok killed tyth..m. ministers at cut rates viz: shave. lOc..
Lung Troubles. Thorough)I a..e.9m..e 191. .eI.8a.ii purchaser of tax certificate No. I' '!1.I I.I 1.
| The speaker's: : idea was hk- hair cut and shave :25c.! Open from
Dumb Waiter Connects \Villi Bar tested for 30 25c. dated the 1st day of July! A. i' i "'I.
.i that of Senator Morgan's on the Isthmian years. ,I -- 6.3" a. m. until S:30 p. m.; Saturdays, I ..
-aFRESH t has filed said certificate in m:> ','i.
; canal-keep booming away at a 50c., and $ J. For Sale bAntiMonopoly > --- - -- --- --- open until 11:30 p. m. Give him a trial I ;. .
Skilful Cooks Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands and has made application fur .x : 1
good thing. and if you didn't get \\ hat ,i MEATS 75NDe C7ME The Baptist State Convention meets ; ..
Drugstore. to issue in accordance with Idu .s. ;
you asked for you certainly would !get at Tampa Thursday.
Special to Regular Boarders -- --- ,
price I II : certificate embraces the follow log < --
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i the next best thin Didn't believe! in :j \\ keep "'1 nana a tuil .me of the best Beef, Poik, .Mutton and
Call and the all round hustler
see scribed property situated in M I r<'on
: iding on railroad passes; and drawing NOTICE UF APPLICATION F'f, t Sausage;:: to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables etc. I >
II W. M. Gordon. Clothes cleaned, press- county, Florida to-wit: N'- ',f s-1-4,
THE CARMIGHAEL & SON 'GOAt mileaee: besides as did his friend 'I Tax Deed Under Section 3 of I'hap- Caret 1 attention to orders and quick delivery made. I
ed, dyed etc. Terms reasonable. Perfect ser SO, tp 16, r 2!. The said lai.-l! t..--
Sparkman. showed how Bob Davis MARKET W. L. JOKES. Proprietor. I
ter i!!!!!!. Laws of Florida. satisfaction. Spencer" block. I ing assessed at the date of the ISSU-
: *> hen nominated for Congress I
McGratH's Stand' i rt'-I Notice is hereby given That A. E. L>elou .L. Green the lightning shaver.! Call ance of such certificate in the nrrnf
signed said he couldn't serve two
I mas- ',;t. purchaser of tax certificates Xi* and try his shave and hair cut and you unknown. Unless said certifti.atf shall
( ters. but failed to state how
it he
3n 5. 331.. 3306. dated the 7th day., 'I will always come. Shave. 10c.; hair be redeemed according to law t-ix bed
iode on free passes now. Spoke of the :
August. A. D. lb&. has:; filed said t e: (rut 2ic.: honing razor, ::c.; concave will issue thereon on the 6th day of
. ...... : northern railroads pooling their issues. AN OPPORTUNITY
tineates in my office and has made 'i"; I j razor. -;;c. AU work first class. No April, A. D. 1904.
L j and how necessary it was to have the
I plication for tax deed to is.1lein- .1.', I I t long delays; two chairs. Next door to I Witness my offir-ial signature! and

I Nine- nftli I.r- j interstate railroad commissions {<)veers cordancevith law. Said certifi<-.itf:,- Alberstine Smith c.nest Broadway. I seal this the 3rd day of March. A. D.
well defined and effective.
I lIe closed -

Tenths by remarking that all of Sparkraan's I embrace situated the in following Marion described county. Florida property : i 1904 .'all and enjoy yourself at the R (jPharmacy's I i 11 Clerk"H. Cit uit ''uutt, S.Ma T.:;oi Sistrunfc. Co., Fla.

{ ra::! .:.. i ; l.tb"reere like the cotton broker's From marcn isi to npiii j. Cross fount Cool drinksof I
to-uit All of -
: except 12S feet e and v i all kinds: etc. Prescriptions carefully -
I I II I :'tit-tli in the future.'Send me toM' ,
of Pure Juices from Natural Roots. feBiILHTES tf f i .nfriess. and Fl discount the future by lla1: feet n and s in ne cor. lot >71ar"s I compounded. West Broadway.Now .

add. Ocala. und 4 int: 23'.' ft-.-T iLA GRIPPEi

!f all the the lirsr, Stcir.ach: and Bowels, f i it !I II I hv ;i-iesent results." n of and s\\ V,s. by und 1 'S 1: feet mt. sec e and IS. w tp in r ,JJ., Special low Rates to j I I citizen to is the prepare time to for secure every a colored homEI

| People the System, Purifies the Blood, f ';I BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP com H'D feet w of ne Cur of sw 1 4. s..-- !,k | for himself.: The auction sale in the i Pneumonia follows La Grippe

i Immediately relieves hoarse croupy rp 1;;. r ::!. theme w' IN feet s llo; :>.-. California and the Northwest I West End will give them this oppor- I but never follows the tia* of

i SufferI !! :URES Mm, Biliousness, Constipation, | ('di. oppressed rattling rasping and e U' ft' 't. n 113;; feet und !2 into Th.. i I tunity. There they can buy lots or

U ( :; Hffivuit breathing.: Henry C. Steams.druggist. : ; said Und being assessed at the d-.t- i house sand lots at their own price or Honeyand L

I from a / Weak. Siamaeh 1! and Impaired d Digestion tEfiinf t Shullsburg.: Wis.. writes. May I the i issuance of such tertific.ues in t=:\' via. the Southern Pacific I pay for them on the installment plan. ;.FOLEY'S Tar

: .1. isol: "I have been selling Ballard> name of parties: unknown. Unless s=.ti which will be equivalent to paying-

I. Diseased Hsltls 6irs3tscd! t IB 01;) S !fisfa: lcn. 1 Hotehound Syrup for two years, andhtvc I certificates shall be redeemed accord:I rent and in a few year sthey will be, I and heals the
I' Route It the Cough lung
Quickest itops
LAI G a,: OTTL" S.uLL: DOSEPI 1 I owning homes of their Next Friday
rt-ver had a preparation that has to law. tax deed will issue thereon 01: own. I Pneumonia and

I I Liver. U-e, SO Cenls. 4Prend t ; gi\e,' i,.vter satisfaction. I notice that I the 6th day of May. A. D. W4.Witness VAN RENSSALAER at the auction sale will be the op Prevent Consumption
--- -- J F.
'I i when I sell a bottle they come back I my offuu! signature/ ..n,- J. portunity. I MB. Q. TaCKKK. ol 1ST O.fooJ, St., Clicefv,
) by JAMES f. BULARD. St. LouU. Mo.' vrltai: "Mr wife bad la gripp and it left h.,
.. for more. I.In honestly revommen-J 1"! this th 4th d..y .,-.f Ai-rl. A. I'. I It is alarming to the life -
**X Wi'ot ,,''''t..... .. -t '''.}o.-'t.' .'"'''t'Aaa: : ** ?':a-t! '**t''<1<* i | R. O. BEAN T. P.A.: CentralJAgent) see our people ) with a nrJ bad eoo h on ber lane wfoi.i .hi4I
it." :::.. .. ;.De.. $1. :sold by the AntiMonopoly j \y"i. :S.::: T :S.::: <:-uiih.. : live on these publu works. Vice | i's Hoxn AXBlAX eared eaa,l.":!,."

For, sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores I Drugstore. | Olerk Circuit: Court Marion (0.. Fij, i I G. W. Ely, T. P. A. 13 Peachtrec St., Atlanta, Ga;;t and Immorality, reign supreme and vir- I I Posiofice! Drugstore,. Ocala, Fla,


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.f i JOc package :I, Volume 9, Number 253 OCALA FLORIDA, MONDAY APRIL 4, J904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year I BOX 691 Address OCALA, FLASATURDAY'S

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SPEAKING I -0 _.!_ _!_! ".._!._-' '-. !.!-.!.!!..!!.,.. .!..!_-_.__ ,' ,__, __'_____ o.- : DEATH of STEPHEN POWERF Easter, Oxfords and Sandals
Strained Honey I; -y--nn' e I -

I By Candidates Taliaferro Davis Call i Secretary of the State Horticultural Society ., "' ___.. ".".:ii :. r :: :.'l"-"i.. I'k-' ..... ;;;;.:is --" "'-" <

Guava Jelly Sparkman and McNamee-Large I II I ,A BIG DRIVE IN, 1;j and Editor of the Florida

Audiences and Close Attention j! 1 i Farmer and Fruit Grower
Yellow Corn Mealat Congressman Iiavis' comments on ;] STRAW HATSWe i (Jaiksomillf: Times-t'nion. April 3 = b

Hrowurd's "book were immense, and convulsed ]i 1 ::::::r. _
Stephen Powers agricultural editor --

his hearers with laughter. He will sell for the next I of the Times-t'nion anJ for fourteenfirs For Misses Children and Boys S
the told funny of the Irishmen -
a very story j ,
i few line of : > editor of the FloridA Ftiiint-i end
!I days a i ,
who had railroadia.aln '
seen a
never !
I Fruit Gro\\er, died at his home in thiscity
and fell asleep beside the track. I 8
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TEAPOT GROCERY I When the train came thundering along I $1.50 STRAW HATS AT 50 CENTS I j ness yesterday of several afternoon weeks. after. an il-! R COca 'CARMEN TIES" ::

the Irishman tuined tu a companion I .
Mr. Towers was secretary of the ..
=-=- -- -- ---- --- with terror and exclaimed: that hell 'I One Strap Sandal. . .... . . . .. . .. ..... ...SC to $1.50 -

For i was being moved and this wan the I i They are the latest style, come and get one before I Florida without Horticultural doubt the best Society i>usted and1.5 man inI o=== Three: Strap Sandals. . . .. .. . .. .. .... .. .... ...$1 to $1.75 -.CQ.-

i tirst section. He then referred to his they are all gone. .. .. . .. ... .. . .....
WATCHESAnd i I the state upon all matters pertaining Three Strap Pat Leather .. .. ... $1 to J2 4;?
Y' |candidacy, and what a certain inMarion CD
I l\ofor\ .. i! to horticulture and agriculture. His The New Style Slipper for Misses,.... ....... . .... .....J1.75 to 7=.50 v '
'! county said he represented death Will be deeply regretted by the
REPAIRSGO | trusts and' combines how he had grown I 0" ISlu,'her Oxfords for Girls and Boys. . .. .......... ........ ... .$1 to JI
members of the society and agriculturists. -"":
i I wealthy rode in his special car and was Ladies' Hand Turned Oxfords and San dais In all styles.White -
TO- THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO. ; horticulturitsanJ people g..n"l.tI- 09CO;

i.i plutocrat. Tills rtninded'him of the I ly, throughout the: state who were familiar C"::> Cans; as Oxfords for Ladies and Children ... .. .. .. .$1 to Jl-50 ;
F. C. B. WEIHE I story of the Texas man who beg-in with I with his writings.Stephen :_:::::r. c::>

The Jeweler, .1 measly broncho and becameery -- [ Towers was torn July ::!:?. = ..
wealthy, but after twenty years! of a rducated '
I'ln in Waterford. Ohio. He was -
herd fought battle: for existence had MELON SEED SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
i I in the Ohio public sthuols. :all.1 l
lost even the bioncho; just so with him. !i -- | CHOICE LAND FOR SALE trusted the decree of 15. :-;. OIl Ann RHEINAUER & CO. o
Cantaloupe and melon the best Varieties 1
litwa ; accused) his opponents of I -- H.nbor. Mi.-h.. in 1511.!

M. h.tving grown rich. but he was still and guaranteed flesh, reliable'! For sale, 75;; acies of as good land as 1 t During the civil war Mr. Powers

I ,' .._..,......._...._ "_.. -_- ,. -'-' _. -.._
I aJAy l oor. He said at 14 he joined the Confederate seed. Tydings and Co. can be had in Marion county, describ- :j served as war conesj'ondent for the 1. 'f' V : :-c.: ; : : : ::- '-': :

) ranks a Georgia boy, and --- -- ----- :I ed.; W; of O't"c 14! tp U, s, r :22i !:! I i New York Herald the Atlantic Monthly -

served two years till the surrender TEN CENT EMBROIDERIES ;i e: or lying along the Gainesville road, !I I I and the Cincinnati Commercial. After Onyx Hosiery best on earth

<: went back to the farm to assist his i about 4is or five miles from Ocala. the war he made an txtli'n"iBurn- ,

t t d ( father in restoring his broken. fortunes :I FOR FIVE CENTS PER YARD, Mere 1 is a chance, for it will be sold I P ean tour and represented these periodicals ,

i then began the study of law. be- AT THE BOSTON STORESTOCKHOLDERS' !! cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star sending them much interesting ; --- --- --

I i-ause he was loo lazy to work on a office Ocala Fla. j I
j i and valuable matters concerning
farm; came to Florida and was electedto I !
------- -- ------ his travels.
the legislature in l"s:;, and madespeaker 1
MEETING I tine of the most interesting and sensational j
didn't know this honor ,
; why ,
i I features of :Mr. Powers life
ass conferred, on limo as he did not<< I. -- I Tit>\\ tt's Witch Hazel gives instant I was a i-edestiian tour he made from !
Ocala Fla., March 18, 1x'11.
c-laim any brilliancy or special merit relief (rust turns Cuts, Bruises Sums Tort Raleigh S. C., to San Ftaiuis.
LET rs, i>o TIM,: WOUKVINC.Il's fur hiniw.If. I He w ors' t-1t..t..1 1 to Congress The annual meeting of the stockholders Kcxema.: Titter, and all abrasions of :
He describe,1! his various
a good thing to be able to say, ill I ISS5, attended: the[ session of the Ocala Pair Association will I! the skin. In buying Witch Hazel Salve ;' this trip in a book entitled "Afoot and : :

in March 1.. 1V7. when be held on Tuesday the lath: day 01Apiil. ICE & PACKING
Congress GO1
whet >
b>" iii e. that you d n't need the money.Tin McKinley callel the extra session to I 19"! '.. at :2 o'clock p. m.. at the genuine lie, tl's and a cure is cer- Fur.ral years the deceased set \ -

the Dmgley tariff bill, had always office of the Central National Hank:
cost of pass .i I tain. There ale many cheap counterfeits ed under Maj. J.V.. Powell! of the

Finn iN.sruANci: 1 been consistent in his democracyand building, Ocala Ha.: for the purpose of i| on the market, all of which are I'nited States bureau of ethnology. A

never failed to support\ every I is so small that ,'ann..tLIT"r,1 toworry. full description of the results of his researches -
you measuie; that if anyone could 01 s. and fur the transaction of sud.Jth..r .,I whil- Iit'tt"s Witch Hazel. Salve; the l'llittt.It..I' i
The benefits to be derived ale were published by \
show ti. the contrary he would withdraw ( business as r..ay properly come is perfectly' harmless and cures. Sold iI I
baldly, to be measured by dollars and geological !survey and have been
<< from the race; knew his imperfections \ before the meeting. S. T. Si.nrunk. : by N'nt..lndrrson. We to that '.
highly praised by ethnologists and ge- beg announce
cents, therefore, you should consult usa we are
I was aI..ak human, and didnot Secretary.The .
I oiiti on lire, life and accident insur- ologists.On
to fly to heaven as! did Eli-
an March ::::4. ISTo;, :Mr. Towers wasmarri..tI
e.HALL jah of old. It was due to the peopleand Place nurse from the North, who has to Miss Margaret Freeman inThiladelphia. ready to deliver ice to the
PAWLS & WHEELER to him that those \\h"1'1'.. making To Kind peo-
: .
South this win
I been nursing in the He was the father of six I
wild insinuations and inuendos to Kugs, j
< i. al.i, FIUI ida. .
t..r.t.ul.1 like to remain as companion hildren. of whom four survive him.

ft-.1 i -- .- --- =,'.= I I come into court and prove them as I i Hamm..ks.Is Pretty Frame, :Mouldings, I' to an invalid, or to do private I J I They ate Dr. \ ". H. Powers of Ocala, I pIe of Ocala and surrounding country
the ciiminal in the land coulddemand
meanest '
John .
musing: \ :Mis. Edna Fla. Mrs.V. A Shoemaker and Irma I
or remain silent; had: no unkind at J. A. Pittman and Son's. '
son. K.istl.ike.: Fla. Towers of (Columbus Ohio, and ArthurPowers I
SUMMERSTYLES' word for his opponents, I but could .
not understand how Hi and Hiow- of Jaksonille.In I
own 1SS4 Mr. Powers came to Florida Competition is the Life of Trade
aril who had been his ersonal and l political I and engaged in orange culture. Shortly -

friends to within a year or so I I afterwards he purchased the Florida
., { could 11"t"rn and make the ,
Farmer and Fruit (Grower which hepublished
Handsome line of piece charges they did except! they wanted LUMBERi ,
I I for fourteen years. For the

goods in stock for suits, I' the off l' "I) inion now was that I I past six years Mr. Powers had been the Having new and modern machinery
he would steal the Exerglades.; but' !i ir
trousers and overcoats. 'efficient agricultural editor of theTimest'nion
I :'01 trout bad made ROUGHOR DRESSED .
leally r. iiever : 1'I -
and Citizen and for several -
We are up-to-date in material ,
illus charges. Mr. Hrown was goodi.atuied : and efficient fullfill the
and workmanship.All I I years he hul been secretary of the men, we can
always woie a smile and ready i
iFlotida Horticultural Society.
See Phone
orders skillfully and i with a joke, but Uroward: +vouldn'know .* or
I The funeral ser\ices over the remains
executed work I j..keiC he met it in the mi Idle demands of the trade
promptly a and J
j of Mr.I Powers will take place Mondayiifteinoon promptly
of the ...a,1. The singular, and
: :amUSIng -
fully guaranteed. B. H. SEYMOURPHONE ; fiom th.IlaloEl| of Funeral
thing about the gubeinatonal candidates -
I Directors Clark and Hums, corner of '
Jerry Burnett Is that they are all farmers satisfactorily and solicit share of
| lain and Monroe streets, and will be a
:Mays is running as the farmers friend.I NO. 25. Ocala, Fla, onducted by Kev. ".. E. Hoggs, pastor -
Merchant Tailor. I I but stable in Monticello.Hioward I
keeps livery
a ;' .
: of the First I'rl'byt..ri.m .hurd1.I
--- I plowed the tasty It'ptlJr\ I the patronage of the public

I i ing our trouble with paln.'hl..ntl) I NEW OPERA HOUSE MEETINGA
FRESH ARRIVALS OF sowing ('"uIMons; Brown didn't say soimuh j

j. about his crop of sweet i-otatoes PLEASED CUSTOMERS I I meeting of those interested in the I II .

ROQUEFORTSWISS .tnd beggarweed, and as for himself! ,
of house will( be
building a new
I opera
andLIMBURGER HfE E i he was in the business! of distributing ,. min (: WATCI-I FOR TT-IE
F.1 Tell more good tales about our candy i held Wednesday, the bin of April at
seeds to the ha'st'e-ls. Referiing toIioward's ?
pJa the Central National Rank at 3 p. in.
than we could dare to print even with
I ,
: pictures in his books, he saidthey I
-ALSO- modesty'leavened with pride. If i
I grew less' as you gut to the end you i
: Nothing Equal to Chamberlain's Colic,
know the merits of confec-
; \\ uu to our
the chapter so with the man. as heIronies i iiBLUE WAGONS"
A fine line of I..f i out under the light his ,'hard..rlis i iy( tillnerY-l'urltr. deliciousness. sweetni' Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.Ve :

ness, taste as to form and make-you i -
lessening as his chances are growing
GROCERIESBREAD "\ have used chamberlain's Colic
smaller lleie\ he told the story of the A Iett have only to ask those who buy, eat
:i Cholera and \IManhoea Ueme-dy in our
Iittl.M"S composition in Hiow.ud'.s a and delight in Lowne "s' sweetmeats
i 1 family for years." says Mrs. J. I" :
ROLLAND jboiik. The little fellow was asked to RESPECTFULLY
I -At- II CiMike of Nederland, Texas.Ve have
i \\I'it. about a great man. Did he take
CaKESFREKCH'BAKEBY % tCltt given it to all of our children. We
Alexander Caesar Napoleon WashmgI ''
I have used other medicines, for the same
I ton Jefferson or Clay? No. not on >ourlife
I, but have never found an)thing OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.I.
but NalNdtou Honaparte Hrowaid.And
,, ., to Chambeilam's. If will
-- -- -- equal
-- -- -- -- --- - -- I you '
l the way "Our Hob" told it stirredI cure.'I I .
I 'i use it as directed it will always
I the house to its deepest depth of merri- : 1
WITH THE COMING ; For Sale by all Druggists. ,
MRS MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR ment. and when the speaker said it was I !

all a mistake about ewey's guns at1mill.l. i OF THE YEAR j--------- MEFFERT JOHN H. TAYLOR.
ji : .
or Sihley's at Santiago that I FIFTEEN CENT AND TWENTY ,
\Ve want to do a bigger business thane .
I did up the Spaniards, but Napoleon|
Honaparte Hroward's swivel gun on his : \'er and \ve v.'aiit every builder and i i

yl:i \\itiiid\\ a well \t't.It.tock: of I II tug that had accomplished\ all this, the person interested in builJiiig to know TEN CENTS. AT THE BOSTON

lIt'd'I.'S atCAIMAN house loosened the surcingles\ threwout I I that we are prepared to render them .,. D'f = STORE.

: &. GO'S.. the bits and roared. With spasms I' the most efficient !service in prompt deL..- .1 & GO.
i -- --- ------ ThE GABMIOBBEL
of comedy came flights of eloquenceand SON)
Iheries of the very best jellow pine 1.1 REFUSED A BRIBE
oil :North Main St., north ot city mark words c>f wisdom that electrifiedhis I F; :

.', heat cr5. I niouMings, mill work shingles and of I j, -

spot| Mlties "Our }!lIb" has lost none of his popularity everything of wood needed in the Speiui to the Star: -
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, with a :Marion county audience,. I! building! trade. Q | :Mount Ki"-o. X. Y., April 4.-Kr.:'IK .11 ': ---J' "ED'S PLACE"

I and the way they laughed, cheered and I E. Dukman and David Anderson r"i'-; r :1111< satC

CHICKENS AND EGGS : C. I. GRAC 'E I, utable men. delegates to the th:: i ,.--
shook his magnetic hand and !' ]1 I :

-i.t'iuWr: i ho i place; and rest assur- with compliments at every turn ol t r'\ ,, ;;..mb\\)' district convention mak.11':- McCrath's Old Stand 1

CHI \>i- w i.l Ire It jou riiht.V. : his story plainly demonstrated his hjpno that they were offered one hunihed ftij1lld) ;

tic have not dim. : dollars apiece by Hill and Parker
\ W \U\1A-. & Co.V1agonoTks. powers grown f'S GNs"'OFIMPROVEMENT'-: WEST SIDE SQUARE 1
: m.ii.agers to vote as directed. Hug-

I I Call ,' .. : sums of money were display: by Hill r E h Rebuilt' and Newly Furnished j
The Star reporter only heard part o r'i : : .tnd Parker men, but they were unableto
B U fl
Senator Call's speech. It was larger;yJ i :: control the convention and bolted. FINE WINES OF ALL KINuS, FOR FAMILY USE. HIGH GRADE J

cala \ personal, about what he did to estab- 'i I. In the country new lands fenced, bigger crops made. : The convention sends an uninstructed WHISKIES BRANDY ETC

I fish the primary 1')Ht>m. and for thi, Ii ID Ocala new buildings going up and i ; ,Megation. favoring Hearst. Pure Rye tastes BEER ALE AND SODA FOR FAMILY TRADE. THE PUREST LIQUORS Ya 1J

W. F. McATEER. PROPRIETOR I i the voters should remember him. 11.\\ old ones being painted. i OBTAINABLE ARE KEPT BY US. SKILLED BAR TENDERS. Hold

I pled for a free prim.iry.. the state and | ARE YOU A DYSPEPTIC? because it is COURTEOUS TREATMENT ASSURE D TO ALL. :t

Wilt Sa Your Rubber Tires Right With not the candidates to pay the expense ; : I -
the Goodyear Rubber Tire Machine such a primary as existed in all states : Ij j If you are a dyspeptic you owe it tojiuiself old. r*? It is a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS

,. north not the present brand, one which 'I 1 AND THEY ARE HELPING TO MAKE IT. l and your friends. to g.tell.. 'I
11. lour noise shod by us.Ye : "whichtime IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
made it impossible for a poor man to : l I'q'-psiu .innojs the olrSI-I'tI.'S whiskey -

)h.'r the; best horse shoer in 1-lorida. run for office no matter how worth> I i MUNROE & CHAMBLISS :. friends; because his disease sours his I AND DEALERS IN ALL ,: t ti

Artistic Painting the present system, by its costly ma .. : i.sjiosition! as well as his storm hK.Kiol has brought : t tI
Standard Oilj i ; t'ur will I "
l'hlner'n:1.bUng the coals F1orida. Dyspepsia not onlyurr !
I It

(IV:IO t class l'pbolsterlng."ag.. ns. magnates to designate the men theydesired ; .-.....--................------........" ......... -....j: dyspepsia! indigestion and sour I to "ripeness.l GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT ,
<' .' .::-PS: and Uuggies built and re- for office." Thi primary was I -..much. but this palatable rexon- I is written down 'J
General bhuksmithins done. a fraud as it disfranchised ;o.'.>00 republicans "tru.-tive tonic digestant strengthens
I. who had nobly aided in res- ''the whole digestive apparatus, and old with all the DELIVERY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS. .

SEE US ,'umg the state from carpet-bag rule T.Wsi\'ITH'\ & COMPANY\ -Aeetens the life as well as tte.stom- WE DO THE LARGEST MAIL ORDER BUSINESS IN THE STATE.
He excoriated the present system that ,t'h.hE'D you take Kodol Dyspepsij'ure _t

Opposite City Hall P. O. Box 374 I debarred the i-oor and placed the, political ARE the fooJ you eat is enjoyed IIi t age"1ellowSeparate White and Colored Bars at

power in the hands! of the rich. HARDVV i'IS digested: assimilated and its nutrient tl

I Mr. Call spoke with his old time. pow- I properties appropriated by th ness ripeness Both the S. A. L. and up town places. 1 1e ft
H. HUNTER I and for business in !
: j j j..r and the tudience gave ear to his Carry a Full Line of General Hardware are now open :, blood! and tissues Health is the re- ,

-- I words. the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Square.All suit. Sold by Wm. Anderson. flavor. Our Liquors, Wines and Beers are bought in" 4

--.-. .--. GUNSand ,-,,,- i I Sparkman and McNamee Goods New and First Class; Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints; ; I Car Load lots direct, and our prices are ijhe : 1
-' The Complete Supply on Hand. Oils Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges, Farm Tools of all There are several so"Club" -
interest centered the addresses FRESH FISH Lowest
-- !- \ of Congressman Sparkman and Mr Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware Tinware, Agateware etc. Sash, Doors I called W'his- t.
I I and Blinds Guns and Ammunition. Agents for E. C. Atkinson and Co's. Famous I Ike Tompkins. the hustlingfish.. oyster VVe Always Please
], Mi" Naniee. Mr. Spaikman said it was keys that are not
LOCKSMITHRepairing Saws; Wire Netting American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Low .mJ fresh meat man of the i it}
,': not pleasant to sing his own praises est Prices Will Prevail ; (I markt-t. has in *IIk every day fin P Maryland Club. Youcarmllitbvthetesc
Specialty. ,I but anticipating the arguments of his & So Co. Gala Ha
II I Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Familiarizes Us 1 fresh fish from both salt water and th e ?. Ue almiGnaBI On :

OCALA, FLORIDA. I (Concluded on fourth'page.) With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited lakes in great variety. S- l"m ..


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