The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Do You Hesitateto C I DAIRY I I
Banquet Wafers, Described by Gilbert G. Pike, Who make your home comfortable because you think the ,,Rp se of a Georgia Darkey Who

Graham Crackers, Passed Four of His Boyhood expense connected with it will Reached the North American For Your

Butter Thins etc. Years in Ocala Negro's Promised Land
be considerable? If you are trying to save

Holland Herring The following letter, clipped from i Valdosta Ga. Jan %%.-Rev. Hal
money by not having the necessary home Pure Milk and Cream
the Savannah News, was written by Scott the colored minister from Ir-
Saratoga Potato Chips, t comforts, you are doing injustice to
C. O. Pike a son of Rev. J. M. Pike \ your- win county, who has just returned

Chopped Celery in Cans, who was pastor of the Ocala Metho- self and your family.A from Africa, has 'begun a lecturingtour
Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.
dist church from 1892 to 1896. "Gillie- modern bathroom is a necessity and it among the negroes of this section I

Don't Forget When You Want is well remembered here as a smart and it is safe to say that the '
arid handsome boy. which will lend should be equipped with *'3taadaftl* Ware. story he tells will have much effecton Quality and Purity Guaranteed.
Pun Mince Meat at 50 cents Quart,
a neutralizing the
efforts of
more Interest to his well written and We handle .s taadawT plumbing fixtures, Bishop
Melon and Cucumber Mangoes, Tanner and others who are trying to
Pickled Salmon, Instructive letter: and will gladly quote you prices. get the negroes to go to Africa.

I left Savannah Oct.: 12 to accept a Scott says that he prayed ferventlyto

Holland Herring, Milchnera, position with the Isthmian Canal Commission God for thirty years to help him THE MONTEZUMA"r

to get to a land where there
were no
Sliced Halibut, Codfish as stenographer In the canal
white men to rule the affairs and
zone; have now been on the Isthmus "rt
Tongues, two where the negro would be master of
months during which time I have
the situation. He the Lord

,WE HAVE THE*. crossed country and for miles recrossed around It. Panama explored city the FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. heard his prayer and says in doing so He r .

did the worst thing that could have
wended my way through practically
T-POT GROCERY I been done for him. Scott is satisfied
,every street and alley In the town
i that the Lord had a hand In the trials
walked out to the ruins of Old Panamaon
the southwest side took a trip to will receive and the salary they have REDUCTION IN PRICES that came upon him. and that they

Taboga Island twelve miles north ben drawing will amply Justify the were sent for a good purpose but be 'F
OCALA FURNITURE CO west In the Pacific and have walkedthe change. Graphophone records from $I to COc does not understand why such a burden 4yarf EF atifUf

greater part of the canal route'rom and from COc. to 35c. each. Phono- should have been piled upon the

Personal} Senlce Anywhere Any Time the Atlantic to the Pacific. Thisis THE USUAL ROUTE graph records. %5c. each; large stock back of one man.
all very Interesting of course to more coming. Ocala Furniture Co. The lecture here was largely attend- : $
ed. A number of white heard
When Heeded. people
newcomers but after the rust sightsthe Taken by a Negro Who Attemptedan
Scott's story of his tribulations in Africa -
monotony begins. Assault HE SEEM: TEE BEST HOT OCOLATEMow"ith
Th. uestien of Embalming and Fun. He is an illiterate negro but a
The principle points of Interest are IN TOWN.
eral Directing It Delicate On. the two .chief cities Colon and Panama Hopkinsville Ky.. Jan 23. A mob glib talker and possesses more than
the of three hundred men at an early hour the average negro of common sense
hospital Ancon Taboga
Would not it be Best for Ton to En- Island location of the government; yesterday morning took Ernest Baker He said that before going to Africa he e / I

trust this Question to Those who Appre- sanitarium; the Sebanas. a resort for I a negro from the county Jail and had been told by slick-tongued promoters 3 -ctrl
the Panamanian aristocracy duringthe hanged him from a beam of the city that it was a land flowing with

slab It's Delicacy, and Whose Know- dry season; the tower at old Panama scales near the court house in the CHOCOLATE milk and honey. They told him that
center of the city. Baker on last Sat- sweet potatoes never stopped growIng -
something old La
edi is of the Highest Standard years ;
urday night attempted a criminal assault and that they were as large as
Boca the mouth the
( ) Pacific entranceto
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE the canal, and Culebra cut the on Miss Mary Gentry. 18 yearsof barrels. When he reached there he LEASED YEARS s4
deepest cut along the canal line. age whom he knocked down and AND WOKIJ FAMED.T.W.TROXLER.. says, he started to hunting up the -4

PROMPT ATTENTION The New EmployeThe dragged by the heels into an alley. ,"fritter trees." expecting to find cook- Jest Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date, t

Day Phone !o. 10. Sight 94 and 167 new employe when he arriveson and Her' the screams negro attracted fled but was the caught neighbors by, I ed fritters leaves. on He every also limb thought in the that placeof he Clean and Well Furnished Rooms andPlenty to Eat 3

the isthmus. Is met at the ship bya the officers. The work of the mob would find cooked hogs trotting about
SIITH A: ROBERTS Ocala, Fla. representative of the Isthmian Canal was so secretly done that prisoners In WOOD! WOOD! with knives and forks in their backs Y. J. SHOPMAN PROPRIETOR.

Commission who assigns him to his the Jail next to Baker did not knowof ready to be caught and eaten. S

THEWHITE proper department furnishes him the lynching until this morning.A Stove and fireplace wood, oak and Instead of these things Scott found

with transportation and he reports at pine, any length, delivered to any partof day wages about 25 cents flour $16 a

STAR once to the chief of that department.Ins SURPRISE PARTY the city by George Giles & Co. at barrel. bacon 25 cents a pound and THE OCKLA W AHA INN
duties are then designated. He SOc. and $1 per load. everything else beyond the reach of

Is furnished with a meal book, whichIs the laboring man. He found times
STEAM LAUNDRY I A pleasant surprise party may be
charged against his salary at the given to your stomach and liver by Come In and see our goods. If It Is hard and getting harder all the time. ; r A Pleasant,Homelike House=

Guarantees Satisfaction. rate of 30 cents a meal good at any taking a medicine which will relieve In our line and you don't see it, ask The swamps are so wide he said, that

I of the hotels on the zone operated by their pain and discomfort viz: Dr. for It. We have many goods not yet one can hardly get In gunshot of the Elegant Airy Rooms and the

Our rates are as reason the commission and suitable quartersare King's New Life Pills. They are a unpacked. Ocala Music Company.Our wild animals and he was forced tokill ,

furnished him convenient to his monkeys to get meat to eat. He
most wonderful
able as honest work can work If remedy affording sure very Choicest Table Board.
lived mostly on cassava root and
relief and cure for headache, dizzi- weather thermometers are cor- a
make them. :: :: :: tion of quarters to the amount of 15 many times his wife and children were
ness and constipation. 25 cents at rect both as to quality and price. The Special Rates in Summer to
cent. of his He is of ,
per salary. not. the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. PostofOce Drugstore. almost starved for the want of even

Phone *35 course compelled to eat at the Isth- these. He told of the sickness that Weekly and Monthly Board-

mian Canal Commission messes, it being - --- came to the immigrants and of how i

OCALA FLA.MATTRESS purely optional, nor Is he requiredto I nearly all of his family had died his ers.

occupy government quarters. In wife dying after she reached home
case they are available however he Is with the Illness contracted in Libe- MRS., HATCHELL,

denied commutation.The ria. The hardships they suffered he

Commission Hotel. said, can never be appreciated by any ,.,.. . r_ Proprietress.
t The commission has a chain of REAL ESTATE.Room who has not experienced them. His .- .- -' FLORIDA

about a dozen hotels along the line of whole object in life was to get back to OCALA a

the Panama Railroad for employes the land and the people from whomhe
; J2 Postoffice Block Ocala Fla. had so long to be delivered.
one of the largest on the line being at ., prayed
Corozal. about three miles from Panama During the delivery of Scott's lecture >SPREAD THIS ADVERTISEMENT.

where practically all the clerks in he invited his auditors to ask

the offices at Panama reside. The him any questions they desired.
rooms In these hotels are looked afterat ZeButt Property on Public Square.The "What I wants to know." said a ne-

gro In the audience, "Is this: Are the
the the the
of commission
extent expense of equipment amounting ,to a two-story brick house on this property must be removed andit people there honest? They tell me a

cot or bed. dresser washstand. table, will l be sold cheap as it stands. The corner lot with 35 feet front- that the natural Africans are so honest -

WILL NOT LUMP rocker and mosquito bar which isi'age on the public square is still unsold. that If they find anything on the 1

; WILL NOT PACK ample for bachelor purposes here. I' road they will hang it on a limb,

Manufactured from pure white cot- As to clothing a man need spend knowing it is not theirs.
ZeButt Property on Magnolia Street and North First St. wWMESFULL
ton ftlt. thoroughly clean and free little unless he desires or is Inclinedto "That ain't so" said Scott. "The

from all dangerous germs. be extremely natty or. In the ver- The northwest corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia Street and 84 negroes there are just as dishonest as

Sixty Days' Trial' nacular of the day a' "dead-game feet on North First Street facing the government public building they are here-both the natives and" A LOGICAL APPEAL TO YOUR IHTELLIGEHCE.We .
If, after sixty days' trial this mat- sport." If he dresses In white entirely site is still unsold also the lot immediately south of it 28 by 84 feet. those who have gone there folks from?" asked 4 '
tress la not satisfactory return to his laundry bill will be heavy, as. In "How about the white We believe i ANY MAT will jjuagehia purchase of
order to show presentably. a suit a another negro. "OLD RYE" Whiskeythroughanintelligentregardforhishealth.0I .
dealer, (if tick Is clean) and have your
day Is required but If be uses the Ocklawaha Avenue "They are just like they are tmre, We KNOW that ANY' man is Top intelligent to bay imitation -
money retunded.M.IVER don't steal after he discovers He has been 1
replied the lecturer "they whiskey
clothing he brings from the states or FULL
A MacKAY, Ag nts.Phonographs The lot known the Philbrick what Q *'tricked." The i rosade against adulterated articles
dreses In khaki his laundry will as lot on the south side of this avenue but they manages to get they

be something like |4 or $5 a month between the residences of Mrs. Austin and Mr. T. B. Snyder is want." *r Q T S. of food his and learned drink bas the been importance so pronounced of investigating that the a'

the mud in the wet season and the for sale. This is a large lot having 1 to feet frontage and being 244 Scott says that many negroes have "OLDCORfTWHISKEY THOROUGHLY bayer before accepting the claim of any

dust in the dry season combined with feet deep, and is well above the level of the street. been to Liberia as missionaries but I dealer. We CHAIXBNGB investigation. You can't
the heat. Inducing profuse perspiration In most cases they have married a be too critical to suit n.-,. Our Famous Old-fashioned
and naturally calling for frequent dozen wives and set up a little gov- Express Pre Whiskies are far removed from the possibility of crit- J
ir changes. "Woodmar," Lake Weir. ernment of their own. He said that paid point in any the id._. Tiicr are as Natore'g own ta&the.ts cma.
.unbrTIMR. Thr Ksu.o-
Sooth rca'd make them,and ra cur a
While It is warm during the day the wives can be bought for $25 and $40 or p.t_ TiBi-K,MEMOHAL- rra.. No household tboald be
I have a small furnished cottage for rent at this beautiful resort apiece and the negro missionarieswho Adams Lines with JUt the's. SUippel i. plain unmarked nckxgnAU 1
nights are invariably cool and breezy Bank and Com Ageucte*and Ezprem"'S ewlonw.. O-r
and a single blanket always in order. Terms on application. come into possession of half a o-. JoocMeIouid wonL Remit by Eapres.or _
to sit around O Ordsf or Exchange; current in Atlanta.
dozen or more: are able .c FL P.O Man T
The climate is quite debilitating. It trial order raafcf'pgrm'tnent ectomer.
Sugar Hammock Plantation of 500 Acres at Martin. and do nothing while the women do A
claimed that man'sworking
being an Imported
Is reduced the
on For rent this year. This property is suitable for pasture or will
Isthmus 60 per cent.Sanitation subdivide
to suit
-. tenants. COUGH
in the Zone I
Sanitary conditions on the canal are

Improving all the time. A thorough WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF "In my opinion Chamberlain's to sell
system of drainage Is being established We are going a
Remedy is the best made for
waterworks installed at the larger

from 110 to $50. Over places adherence to strict sanitary colds.erville",says California.Mrs. Cora There Walker is no of doubt Por- :PIANOfo : :
violation of
regulations required,, any HARDWARE !
400 different records In stock to select about It being the best. No other will
which Is punishable with fine or Im-
from. A. E. Burnett the Jeweler ex- No other Is
cold so quickly.
prisonment and other movements conductive cure a advertise store the price fo"BF"
clustTe agent for Ocala so sure a preventive of pneumonia. $ 15 9
to better health conditions and
Vo other Is so pleasant and safe to If not sold today it will be less tomor-
lower from disease
a mortality are
J aLacWears take. These are good reasons why It Watch this ad. and TO DAYit
MONTHSGUARANTEE under way on the Isthmus. Such ap row. you may get
should be preferred to any other.
6 diseases as the plague beri-bert. for $2.
fact Is that few people are satisfied
smallpox and yellow fever seem to B Lik. Iron."
with any other after having once usedthis j
Agafast hole. No met have been practically stamped out. but Natural is the best remedy. For sale by the Postof-
darning if you buy It is an admitted fact that malaria Jap-a-Lac

nlcprooPNasinry will remain. It Is a part of the very varnish for flee Drugstore.' OCALA MUSIC CO

make-up of the country.At .
present there are practically no Ha dwnnd Plants>! i I II
All UK popular colon i amusements either on the zone or In
For Urn; Wonted, either .ld or new. It dries I Aquidiban and 300 Men Went to the: JEWELERS.J. .
sold only in iota6painiKp3o of the cities of Colon or Panama. Em BottomRia

ton,6 pain for;'Cot-t yes | ployes living In Panama can take a _a with a beautiful luster, and Janeiro Jan. :23.-The Brazilian .f
bath In the Pacific after work in the
For Ladle; Egyptian Cotton aix pair turret ship Aquidiban has been sunk
.for $t-oo. A futnnltt tttlut trot evenings which a great many do, but retains its brilliancy through l at Port Jacarepagua. south of Rio R. MARTIN & CO.
.cdJw. the time between and the re- .
lO&w.a n supper wear and tear right down tc, Janeiro, by an explosion on board. It
tiring hour Is usually spent In talking, ri
( is reported that 300 of the crew perished -
reading, studying or card playing. Ko- the wood. Besides Natural. ( and only one officer was saved.

M. FISHEL Ocala, Fla. dak fiends are here as everywhere. In Jana-LaC' comes in twelve col
evidence though on the Isthmus It Is THE DIAMOND CURE GENERAL LIVERYMEN
a very expensive pastime. Good ama- ors. It is a stain: and varnish I _

C. NELSON teurs from the states fall down ingloriously Paris is that
combined and rejuvenate I The latest news from
In their work here-good results -
diamond cure
they have discovered a
CARPENTER AND:} BUILDER being decidedly the exception. You Can Do the Work YourJf. everything about the home.A for consumption. If you fear con- Fine Carriages i Buggies and Traps

Opportunities Arc Good sumption or pneumonia. It will however -
Store and Office Fixtures a The opportunities for advancementare Full Stock of All Kinds ofJapaLac be best for you to take that great Drummers, Carryalls Saddle Horses, etc.

Specialty. good particularly) with stenog- remedy mentioned' by "W. T. McGee of

raphers, as they come In contact Vanleer, Tenn. "l had a cough for

Jobbing Promptly Attendedto with the men In power and If a fel- fourteen years. Nothing helped me. FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES

low finds that he can stand the climate until I took Dr. King's New Discovery

and has good material In him for Consumption Coughs and Colds,.
Fnrnituro Repaired and Ren there's a bright future. Before advising For S.U in Ocala by / which gave me Instant relief and effected Horses and Moles for Sale. Horses

any to come however. Fd cau- permanent cure.** Unequalled
ovated.Drop Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
tion them to thoroughly satisfy themselves quick cure for throat and lung trou-
me a postal card whenever that they are very close to MARION HARDWARE COMPAQ bles. At the Anti-Monopoly Drug

70U want any work In my line. malaria Immunes, and that the difference store. Price. $Oc. and $1; guaranteedTrial J. R. MARTIN & CO.

G I* hITLROPi.r In par between the salary they SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD MACDUFF. bottle free.
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C L. BITTINGER & CO. Rain bas no terrors for the choppers

MONROE & CHAMBLISS Bankers of the Ocala camp of Woodmen. They

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll had been Invited to attend the installation -

Proprietors and Publishers. services of the Martel camp last THE BOSTON STORE '

night and the following Woodmen went '
C. L. BITTINGER, out in J. R. Martin & Co's. omnibus: .. :: ,

FLA. C. H. Dame M. Rubin T. D. Bryan.
Editor and General ManagerR. OCALA

J. Malavar Port Leavengood. Robert ,'-, . -- .: - .Ocala Fla. .. .
R. CARROLL, Flynn "ShortylIayes, Fred Weihe. I .
Royal Cole. Marcus Frank and Will

City Editor and Business Manager.PUT Tyner. The "bus" being waterproof,

The. Little Bank With a Big Business. the party made a safe and comfortable

journey to Martel and the WoodmenIn

UP OR SHUT UP their new hall at that place gave Have just bought out entire stock of the Paris Suit,

them a royal welcome.

40.000 Green for Cove good Springs streets has and bonded sidewalks.for Consul Commander Goodwin of the Cloak and Skirt Manufacturing Co. at 50c. on the dollar.

lartel camp after calling the camp
Why not have Ocala bond for a steam
to order. tendered the presiding seato
boat line from Jacksonville to Silver Advertise it extensively.
with the
Deputy Dame. who. very
Springs! Fifty thousand dollars
/' spent now for this purpose would be complimentary remark that the youngC. M. HANDELSMAN.
C. possessed all the qualities of a
worth 1100.000 In ten years to Ocala.
STETSON $5 SHOES good presiding officer, declined.
It would make us a jobbing center
The installation services were then
and Increase the trade of Ocala a hun-
conducted by Deputy Dame and Sovereign -
dred fold In one year. It would help
Bryan and done in a most Interesting -
every man woman and child in the
-INPATIENT and impressive manner.
, city and help the county. Now. this
, After the business of the night had
proposition is as plain as 2 and 2 make
been finished, the Martel camp invited
4. and as it will help everybody, why 9

not let everybody help to pay for it! KID PATENT COLT their sary, visiting where good brothers cheer to was the dispensedand commIs- Watch this space for special announcement of arrival } ,

Or. better yet. dig a canal from Silver: r .
the smoke of fine Havanas lent of these Wait for them. .
Springs to Ocala and get water rates: goods. :; :: :: :: .'"
zest to social converse and an hour
at our very doors. If you never, use: VIOlS AND TANS
was royally enjo>ed.
the canal. it will be forever a menace
,. Deputy Dame complimented the
to the railroad rates We have talked
Martel Woodmen on their fine home, I
' and shot hot air about this matter for -AT- ..
the second story of the school buildingat
twenty years. Let us quit "popping
Martel which the camp helped to
off" and get down to business get together -
build. It is nicely furnished and arranged THE :BOSTON STORE.
like a band of Spartan brothers -
so that it makes a neat and
and swear by all the opportunitieswe
$4.15PER attractive place of meeting.
have slept over in the past that
Mr Dame assured the Martel boys
this is the last and must be made a go.
that for the size of the place he con-
If we have the true spirit of progressand
sidered it the best camp in the state: ,
nerve to help ourselves this is PAIR.
that no camp he has ever instituted In
the sum total of our doing. WithoutIt.
so short a time has taken such a high CAPITAL $50,000.
railroads and railroad commissions,
rank in the order; that it has an average a
sitting on the Ocala House porch
whittling sticks and bursting chair- W. J J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY. of from fourteen to twenty-two

members and more to follow, com-
bottoms won't avail. Just get. band
posed of young men of character and President T. T. MUNROE.
together and stay welded with a pur- ; ...- .
standing and a credit and honor to Vice President. Z. C. CHAMBLISS.
pose that would make an Egyptian: .

mummy open its eyes in surprise! I any Sovereign community.Rubin banker for the Cashier. GEO. IL FORD. ; .. '. ; .i .. '- ., _:; =, __ ;; '-

\ Ocala lodge, was called on for an address Assistant CashIer J. B. BROOKS.CENTRAL j :.- ;10' ..'- '

: Hon. E. Wartmann of Citra was t 6I I t on how to consume the funds of ;

in town today. lie does not come often I a camp, and as usual he spoke wordsof

as he Is a very busy man but business sense and wisdom on fraternal -
he has none the less pride in his shire I matters.

town and Is deeply interested in her t JEWELRY WATCHES DIAMONDS. f The Ocala contingent returned homeat

welfare. Mr. Wartmann is largely interested midnight and all are loud In their NATIONAL BANK

In lettuce growing this sea- i declarations of the good time they had

son as he has been in the past. lie f iI f with the :Martel! brothers.

and his partner. W. J. Crosby have 25 I The editor of the Star regrets that a

acres In this crisp and succulent plant o 0 spasm of rheumatism kept him at' OF OCALA.

and so far this season the prices have home.
bb 0
been favorable and encouraging, and
HAVE in the store now one of .
if tfifey hold up the year will be a profitable WE just 0 CURED LUMBAGOA. J. K. CHRISTIAN. GEORGE
the stocks of CUT
.1. most complete ,
one. As a member of the last writes
legislature Wartmann made a T GLASS, CHINA, WATCHES, DIAMODS o March R.4, 1903 Canman: "Having Chicago been troubled DIRECTORS: T. T. MUNROE. Z. C. CHAMBLISS.

most enviable record as a public ser- o JEWELRY of all kinds that a Florida 0 with Lumbago at different times and HERBERT A. FORD. R. S. HALL

vant active alert ever working for b store has ever earned. We have a complete 1I I II tried one physician after another, then

the best interests of his county and I stock of musical instruments and sheet gave It up altogether. So 1 tried once

state and showed such decided ability ?I music. Japanese goods of all kinds, fine umbrellas t more and got a bottle of Ballard's OCALA HOUSE. OCALA FLA.Write .
that of his friends thinking
many o fine stationery, etc. Examine the Snow Liniment which gave me almost

seriously of calling him to the frontas stock, it is a pleasure to show the goods. Instant relief. I can cheerfully rec- for Booklet

a member of the House. It wouldbe ommend It, and will add my name to

difficult to find in Marion a more b I your list of sufferers." Sold by all -3

able wise or faithful man. Mr. 'W.
druggists. =
speaking of the outlook for oranges In rw

his section said It was never bright WEATHER FORECAST < t.2:2t.z:2

er. Many of the groves have been restored t AW
Washington. Jan. 23.-Fair tonightand
to their former glory, and are OCALA MUSIC COMPANY Wednesday except rain tonight : :::
producing as fine fruit as was ever
I ,
I In southeast portion; decidedly colder; c::;=
marketed and the Citra fruit
growers f JEWELERS! cold wave in north and central por-
have this in their favor that no fruit I =::d
o tions; frost probably tonight as far
has gone into market the past season == 0I
0I I south as the twenty-seventh parallel t
that was better packed, or reached E--4 -ot.2:2

the market in better condition or averaged I
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, LL. D.
better prices. The complaintthat
Of Waverly Texas, writes: "Of a >
comes from Northern markets ----- ----- -----

about Florida fruit reaching the same morning when first arIsing I often

in poor condition is not applicable to of the community are dependent upon R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK. find a troublesome collection of <

the fruit grown in Marion county. Marion each other; so keep your earnings at phlegm which produces a cough and

.. has always been noted for the home: help those who help you. and FULLER & BLALOCK is very hard to dislodge; but a small :z= -

fine keeping qualities of its oranges in the long run you and everyone in quantity of Ballard's Horehound Sy- dtt' .

possessing a solidity and compactnessof jour community will be the gainer. DENTAL SURGEONS rup will at once dislodge it, and the '

cell that stands trouble is over. I know of no medicine
transportation >
splendidly. So please remember that The violent storm last night blew Offitr Over Mmroe & Chambliss' Bank that is equal to It, and it Is so pleasant 1 M
Marlon's fruit did not reach the mar- down all the telegraph wires to the to take. I can most cordially recom- y
ket In poor condition. north of here-at least we suppose it mend it to all persons needing a medicine -
: troubles." Sold Dining Room Opened for the Season Dec. 23. Rooms 75c. to $1.50 per Day.
did, as our esteemed contemporary, for throat or lung <

Rev. C. M. Gray of St. Petersburg, the Banner appeared this without any i Terms, Cash.In by all druggists. D. C. EDWARDS, Owner. C. M. WHITESIDE, Manager
dispatches morning.
accompanied by his wife and Miss
Ophelia Polk. Mrs. Gray's sister pass- VERDICT AGAINST MRS. HOOPERA

ed through Ocala today on their return -COL. ZACK" ENTITLED I honor of her sister. Miss Alta Jury in the circuit court yesterday .

from their sad trip to Texas, TO A STATUE, Pearson of Ocala and little friend. morning, having heard all the evidence -

where Mr. and Mrs. Gray's brilliant The only Floridian we saw or beard' :Miss! Louise Counts, of Tampa. Mrs and the arguments In the case

young son Quintard.. died last Sunday, of at the International at Chicago last Earl L Pearson entertained a few of Ella F. Hooper vs. the Atlantic VICTOR

and taking his remains to Bolivar. month was "Zack" Chambliss of Ocala friends at her hospitable home last Coast Line, for $12,000 damages ren-

Tenn. where they were deposited beside -but where good cattle are you are Saturday afternoon with a social par- dered a verdict in favor of the defendant -

those of his elder brother. A most likely to find him. He Is not ty. the principal feature of which was J J. Lunsford attorney for

t number of Mr. and -Mrs. Gray's Ocala paying for the statement that no man an old-fashioned candy pulling. The Mrs. Hooper gave the court ImmedIate Would you like to hare a seat at the opera in your own home? How would you like

friends paid their respects to them In the state has been of greater valueto young people spent the entire after- notice of an appeal to the supreme
with to hear your favorite voice in song or recitation in the quiet of your own parlor? This and
and offered condolence. While the it than he. The missionary workhe noon pulling candy, interspersed court.-Tampa Tribune. .

blow is a severe one to Mr. Gray, betakes has done in behalf of good stockin merry wit and laughter. Incidentally Mrs. Hooper is a resident of Ocala more is yours if you have a

the death of his dear boy very South Florida should entitle him light refreshments were served in the and her husband is an insurance man.

philosophically. He said he was pleased to a statue in the Hall of Fame If ever parlor and greatly enjoyed. For the
to think his son had made such a one is erected.-The' Stockmen. De- whitest candy Miss Mabel Eldridgewon Cured his Mother of Rheumatism .

successful business record in the few Funlak. the prize, which was vinai Victor _
"My mother has been a sufferer for
years he had lived In Dallas and the grette. The booby prize was won by; "
many years from rheumatism. says
boat of friends he won, who flocked PLEASANT AND MOST EFFECTIVE Miss Louise Counts consisting of a "
: W. H. Howard, of Husband Pa. At
by the hundreds to attest their friend- sack of mixed candy and nuts. The
T. J. Chambers Ed. Vindicator times she was unable to move at all J
ship for him in his last hours and following guests were invited: Misses
Liberty. Texas writs. Dee.. 25, 1902: : while at all times walking was paIn-
covered his remains with flowers. Lillian and Mabel Eldridge may and Talking
"With pleasure and unsolicited by ful. I presented her with a bottle of
I Mildred WiUiford. Ruby Wilson. Ja-
you. I bear testimony to the curative Chamberlain's Pain Balm and aftera
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Packham of the I' nle V. Berry and Louise Calvert.-
power of Ballard's Horehound Syrup.I few applications she decided it wa
second ward paid their first visit tolarlon's Apopka Citizen.
have used it In my family and can I the most wonderful pain reliever she
) poor farm yesterday after-
cheerfully affirm it is the most effective had ever tried; In fact she is never MachineWE
noon and were greatly pleased'with
and best remedy for coughs HOW TO AVOID PNEUMONIAWe without now, and at all times is able
Mr. Clarence Priest's I I
management of and colds I have ever used." Sold by I have never heard of a single instance to walk. An occasional application of u.
the same. They found the
buildings all druglsts. of a cold resulting in Pn umo- : Pain Balm keeps away the pain that _

neat clean and comfortable and the i iE. nit or other lung trouble when Foley's I she was formerly troubled with." Sold _
Inmates cheerful and happy, who, '
on O. Painter the humorist of the I Honey and Tar has been taken. It by the Postofflce Drugstore.
inquiry said they could not have
a Florida Press Gang president of not only stops the cough but heal I'
more considerate superintendent than HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES s
Painter Publishing Company, and strengthens the lungs. Ask for SEABOARD AIR LINE -
Mr. Priest ably assisted by his lovely
and head of the E. O. Painter the.. Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse any NEW SCHEDULEDay I
wife. It is a pleasure to know that
zer Company of Jacksonville sent substitute offered. Dr. J. C. Bishop,o TrainsNorthbound..12:57 "HIS MASTER'S VOICE
the unfortunates of the county are in .
box of oranges which won the prizehe Agnew Mich. writes: "I have used
good hands. p. m.
offered of $100 to President Roose- Foley's Honey and Tar in three very
Southbound... ..... ... 2:20 p. m.
velt. severe cases of pneumonia with good RECORDS? YES.We
J. M. Bano. who has been visiting results in every case." Sold by the Night Trains .

his brother. Barney, a prosperous real GOT HIS HAIR BACK Postofflce Drugstore. I Northbound.. ... .. ..... 2:10 a. m.

estate dealer in Tampa. is home again Southbound... ... ... ... 2:30 a. m. have all you coull want to select from, and we would like to have you come in
and spending some time on the Sunny
Slope farm with his son Newcomb Was Perfectly Bald When He Started, FACTORIES FOR FLORIDA The Bartow Courier-Informant one and ask us to play them to you. Our stock of records is the most complete in Central

preparing to put in a large crop of to use Newbro's Herpicide I Industrial progress Is reaching down of the really excellent papers of the Florida.

Florida staples men as oats corn Frederick Manuel!. Maryland block. through the upper Southern States to state devoted one and one-third pag-

oats. peas velvet beans and ptndars. Butte Montana bought a bottle of: Florida at last. The proposed factoryat es to reporting the proceedings of the

Speaking of his experience at the Xewbro's Herpicide. April 6. "9'. and Gainesville and a sugar factory at State Baptist Convention which was THE OCALA FURNITURE CO.

Tampa Fair, he said he could have began to use It for entire baldness.I' Sarasota are two entering wedges that held in the attractive city of Bartow

old 1000 boles of peavlne bay, such The hair follicles in his sialp were I may give this state the one thing lack- The meeting Is characterized as a ver-

as be contributed to the Marion exhibit not dead and in twenty days he had: ing to put her abreast of other progressive itable love feast. We notice that our

at the Fair, at a price that would hair all over his head. On July 2 he: sections. Manufactories of Rev. C. C. Carroll took a conspicuouspart In the mayor's court this morning

have paid a handsome profit. So this writes: "and today my hair is as thick such as are suitable to her productsare In the report on Sunday schools there appeared the first batch of

season the Messrs. Barco will eschew and luxuriant as any one could wish.I what Florida must have.-orlando and made an able address in promot- drunks for the year, and Marshal FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES

melons., cantaloupes beans and cukes Newbro's Herpicide works on an old''I Reporter. ing the work in the cause throughout Cleveland thinks the weather Is largely -

and go down to "hog and hominy" principle and with a new And we say amen! the state. The report on aged Baptist responsible for their falL There
Western Veal. Florida Stall Fed Beet Mutton Ar
farming. destroy the cause and you discc\.ery-I ministers showed there were nine were five unfortunates three colored .

effect. Herpicide destroys Perfection can omy oe attained in of these worn-out soldiers! of the cross and two white. Their fines ranged moor's Star Ham Armour's Pork Sausage, Cabbage -

The editor of the Jacksonville Metropolis that causes dandruff falling hair, and I the physical by allowing nature to appropriate being cared for by the Convention.The from $I up. Total S22.50.

preaches a good sermon in an finally baldness, so that with the I and not dissipate her own report on the Witness showed It Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets, Sweet

editorial In yesterday's paper about cause gone the effect canot remain.I resources. Cathartics gripe weaken- was a wise move on the part of the THE TEXAS WONDER Potatoes Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions.

sticking to home merchants and pat- Stops falling hair at once and a new II dissipate while DeWitt's Little Early denomination last year to take the pa-

ronizing hume industries. We are certainly growth starts. Risers simply dispel all putrid matter per under Its care and control It is Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rhen-

dependent one upon. Sold by leading druggists. Send 10 and bile thus allowing the liver to assume doing well and growing in favor with matis troubles. Sold by all druggists W. P. EDWARDS

and as each helps the other cents in stamps for sample to the Her normal actTit)'. Good for the the members of the Baptist church. or two months treatment by mail for

best personal Interests be another-I picide Co. Detroit aflcto.' Tydings: complexion. Sold by the The report on Stetson University was *L Dr. E. W Hall. 2S2C Olive street,

More than nine-tenths of Co, special agents. Ocala. Fla. oly Drugstore. AnU-Jlonop-1,. I highly; eratifylng. St. Louis, Ma Send for testimonial Phone 108. := City Market



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Clarence Camp entertained delightfully -
Z1U meet tonight 6iRALST0N"FELLOWCRAFT at dinner last night at her MVER AND MacKAY

Odd Fellow meet this evening. attractive home on Camp Heights. The: 4
decorations were In pink the color

Rebekaha scheme being carried out in every de-
meet Thursday nlghLDr.
cut glass vase of pink roses
E. Van Hood went to Dunnellon

today.R. formed Dainty a hand-painted pretty cards In Build Complete, and Ready fo Occupy, .Cottages ;

rose design marked seats for Mrs. E.
L. ,
Holly of Flvay la at the Mon
H. Mote of Jacksonville Fla.; Miss
tezuma. and Residences and Furnish Them
;SHOES FOR Addle Hansborough of Ellzabethtown. ,

Ky.. Mrs. W. A. Collier of Tuscaloosa. -
L. Zacbarias of Atlanta Is at the
Montezuma None Better For the Price: Ala. :Miss Byrd Wart ma nn, Mr. and From Cellar to Garret with
Mrs. R. A. Burford. Dr. and Mrs. ELVa Everything -

I Hood. Mrs. William Hocker and
D. II. Baxter of St. Petersburg Is at i

the Uontezuma.W. $3.50 and $4.00. Mrs. W. N. Camp.IN Needed, be it an Humble

W. Hall of Columbia, S. C.. Is at HONOR OF MRS. MOTE

the Montezuma, PATENTS GUARANTEED.HELVENSTONPASTEUR Cottage or Palatial Home. ,
Last afternoon about a dozen ladies <

were most delightfully entertained by
Ice cream today at the AntiMonopoly

Drugstore.Mr. G.O. E.Mrs.H. E.Mote L.of Carney;Jacksonville In honor who of is Build and Equip Deep Wells Sunk '

visiting her sister Mrs. W. A. Hocker -

was .In W.the IL city McRalney today.L. of Wildwood of this 'city. Mrs. Mote is a universal Stores, Churchsc, SchooljHouses, Court Any size or to any depth desired. .

I favorite in Ocala and her
many Houses etc.

R. Chazal is attending the Or- PAINTING AND DECORATINGI I OYSTERS ARE IN SEASONThe friends are always glad of an oppor- Painting, Paper Hanging
mond-Daytona auto race tunity to be with her. During the af- Construct and EquipPhosphate

am prepared to do In an up-to- Elk's Cafe, opposite the ternoon the hostess assisted by Mrs. Interior decorating, roofing, etc. A com

"TED-Nune; good salary to date and -skillful manner painting,: A. C. L passenger depot, is now Hocker and Mrs. W. V. Newsom. Plants of size
and a rompetent and skilled of of workmen
varnishing hard oil finishing etc, of served delicious refreshments. any corps always
right party. P. R. Lester. I serving in The
any kind whatsoever. All orders left oysters any style. plete stock of repair for
parts same always ready to take charge of work.Builder's .
at the Marlon Hardware Company only a la carte house in the city. MUSICAL RECEPTIONMrs.
See the "Kara Linen" in the windowat l carried in stock.
the Postofflce Drugstore. will receive prompt attention. My Strictly first-class in all respectsG. Material

prices are cheaper than any. W. 'A. Hocker is entertainingat
W. J. Cawthon Ocala. Fla. Build Bridges
a delightful musical in
Carbon Paper $1.75 per box of 100 reception We carry at all times an immense stock of
honor of her sisters Mrs. E. H. Mote
sheets at the Postofflce Drugstore.F. Miss, Mary, Proctor who has been In ROSELAND VILLAIn of Jacksonville: Fla. and Miss Addle And in fact, do any and all kinds of ronBuilder's Material, Lime, Brick, Plaster,

in Jacksonville nursing Mrs. Otto the third ward, newly painted and Hansborough of Elizabethtow' Ky..
B. Coogler of Brooksvtlle. well stnlction work. Repairs and changes Shingles Lath Paints Oils
a on
I Mente. came down Sunday for Mr. and refurnished Is now open for city and this afternoon at her elegant home on ,

known attorney, is at the Montezuma. Mrs. Mente's children who have been tourist accommodation. It will be run Oklawaha avenue. all kinds of buildings. Cement, Sewer Pipe, etc.

with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. by Mrs. Annie Hanson late house- The house is tastefully decorated In
A beautiful line of fine china In the
R. E. Yonge during the serious Illnessof keeper at the Montezuma Hotel and palms ferns and cut glass vases of
most exquisite at A. B. Bur-
nett's. Mrs. Mente. an experienced hotel woman whose roses. Send us your orders. We carry by far, the largest, best and[most varied stock in Cen-
aim will bo to keep a house worthy of
A musical of
program rare charm Is
patronage. Two blocks west of North tral Florida, and our business methods will please you.
See Fine silk umbrellas, with sterling being rendered by Mrs. Mote Mrs. W. :
the toy flying machines at the
Ocala News Company. From to 25 silver and other nice handles. Guar- Magnolia street, on street in the grove A. Collier of Tuscaloosa. Ala. Miss Yours for a Prosperous Year,

cents- anteed and at medium prices. At A. back of the Catholic church. Byrd Wartmann and the Ladies' Quar-

Burnett's.. Judge W. A. Hocker of th&1WJpreme tette.Mrs.. Hocker has about fifty gueststo 1V.cIVER & MacKA: Y
Leave orders for Ice cream In brick court was out yesterday for the first
A party consisting of Mrs. H. G. enjoy this rare treat
packers, at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
time since his illness. The ,
Me David.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dorsey. many Delicious refreshments are beingsened
store. Misses Jeannette and Mabel McCre- friends of this genial gentleman are in the dining room. Contractors, Builders and Furniture Dealer 11'0i:
pleased that he has recovered and is
die and Mr. Marshall McDavid went Mrs. Stocker Is noted for being an ---
Mr. G. G. Maynard and Mr. R. B. rapidly his .
to regaining strength.-Dally -
Silver Springs Sunday afternoonand exceedingly clever hostess but thisafternoon's
Clark of Rock Springs were In the went down the run In the launch. Capitol Tallahassee.The reception will always be LOUISVILLE .4JASHYILLE R. R.

city today.C. They had a most enjoyable time. remembered
as being one of the most
Montezuma Hotel Is at the head EMBROIDERY AND LACESALE
delightful of her many entertain- BEST LINE n
W. Driver of Petersburg. Va.. is The Anti-Monopoly, Drugstore Is of all $2 a day houses in ,the state for ments. To Birmingham; Nashville
among yesterday's arrivals at the now serving ice cream at their popu-I good meals and good clean beds. Tryit Knoxville, Louisville, Cincinnati
Montezuma.Mr. lar and if it is not found so. the Colonel" -
fountain. The ice cream reason CHAFING DISH CLUB St. Louis, Chicago and All Points
y has been opened at this popular resort will refund your money. He Is
Baum of the Oxford Crate Com- there to stay. NORTH AND WEST
Miss Leafy Sylvester will entertainthe
pany of Crystal River, went to Jacksonville Route of the Famous Tourist Train
Young Ladles' Chafing Dish Club
today. All persons Interested in band mu- Mrs. Handelsman returned this CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED
Friday afternoon at her cozy home In
sic and the organization of a band in morning from New York City where
the second ward. Miss Sylvester will Only Solid Pullman Train to the West,
Mr. Charles Peyser Is In Tampa on our city are requested to meet at the she accompanied her husband, who
have as her guest of honor Miss Mil- With Observation, Library and
Important business connected with the went North for
old band room over the Commercial the benefit of his
dred Nurney of Va. Dining Car
Suffolk. Whist
cigar Industry.We Bank this evening at eight o'clocfl, for health, which has been quite poor for
several will be the feature of the evening. Leaves St. Augustine, 8:20 a. m,dally.
business months but
and a rehearsal. we are pleased to
are second to nobody on blank say he has already been improved by Miss Ford will assist Miss Sylvesterin Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 a. nx. dally.

books. Come and see the line. The Any lady will be proud to possessone the change and hopes to return homeIn entertaining her guests. Arrives Chicago 5:10 p. m, next day. Monday January 29

Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. of our elegant dressers and dress- a few weeks fully restored. Arrives St. Louis 2:10 p. m, next day. .
HOW'S THIS! Through sleepers also operated on
ing tables In golden oak. mahogany,
and Mrs. Vernle Roberts and blrdseye maple or white enamel Mc- The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore leadsIn We offer One Hundred Dollars reward A. C. L. 8:05 p. m. train. Jacksonvilleto

daughter have returned from a visitto ker & MacKay.Mrs. correspondence paper and envel- for any case of Catarrh that St. Louis and Chicago.

friends at Live Oak. opes. Fabric finish a Parisian dim- cannot be cured by Hall's CatarrhCure. Ask for Tickets Via LAN. aiD a. m.

Mrs. L. J. Lummus has returned ity paper, in one pound packages, en- F.J Cheney & Co. Toledo O. For information as to rates to all

FOR RENT OR SALE-A nice groom from Starke. where she has been vis- velopes to suit. Is their leader now; We the undersigned, have known F. points North and West schedules and

house three blocks from square. iting relatives and friends for several also the New Century exclusive linen J. Cheney for the last 15 years and believe full information call on any ticket

Appl t* Isaac Stevens. weeks. writing tablets with envelopes. Do him perfectly honorable in all agent or Geo. E. Herring Fla. Pass.

not fail to see this line of paper, en- business transactions and financially Agt, L. & N. Jacksonville Fla.

Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the most beautiful writing desks velopes and tablets. able to carry out any obligations made .

scalp clean. Fifty centa a bottle, at ever shown In Florida for the ladies by his firm.Walding IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE .

the Postoffice Drugstore. in oak and mahogany finishes. ),Ic- LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED Kinnan & Marvin 5000 Cambric
VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE yards Embroidery Edging and Insertion, rang.
Iver & MacKay.Mr. FREE OF CHARGE Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.
Call at the greenhouse for chrysan- Holl's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally ing in width from 4 1-2 to 17 inches, in value from 15c, to
Phone 26. R. E. Yonge & Ct The Atlantic Coast Line and its
ethmums-they are now in bloom; and Mrs., J. Buttgenbach of the acting directly upon the blood
50c. All
to forPER
connections operating solid a yard.
are now go
also roses and carnations. phosphate mines of the same name at and mucous surfaces of the system.
The following
persons were present
through trains from Jacksonville to
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
Holder. Citrus county, returned Monday
this morning at Mrs. Bittinger's rep- Atlanta via Tifton and Macon
MY. and Mrs. W. H. Clark will givea from an extended visit to Brus- per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Waycross. -
resenting the sewing circle of theKing's
with coaches to Nash-
party Thursday, the 25th. In honorof se Is. Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
Daughters and labored very ville, and Pullman Buffet Sleeping
their son. Howard and bride. stipation.The .
efficiently: Mrs. Lindsay Mrs. II. L. 8c111 .-
Cars to St. Louis and Chicago. ; :
Always Increases the StrengthA .
Anderson. Mrs. G. S. Scott Mrs. II. C. I Trains leave Jacksonville via Atlantic -
Messrs. Ceo. W. Smith and John: following persons left this afternoon -
reasonable amount of food thoroughly -' Groves and Mrs. C. Rheinauer. Mrs. ,
Line and
Coast daily at 9 m,
I p.
VanDerven of Anthony have embarked for Orlando to attend the diocese -
digested and properly assimilated R. L. Anderson and Mrs. Van Hood, arrive Tifton 1:25 a. m. Macon 4:40
in In YARD.
the chicken-raising business.Mr. 4 meeting session at that place
will always Increase the who were indisposed, sent regrets. a. m. Atlanta. 7:50 a. m. Chattanooga .
namely: Mrs. J. B. Cutler Mrs. C. L.
H. A. Carter of .:Jacksonville strength. If your stomach is a "littleoft" Bittlnger. Miss Emily Ford,. Rector 1:15 p. m, Nashville 6:55 p. m. Evansville -
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest Mclver & MaKay have a big stock
1:25 St. 7:08 :
a. m Louis a.
who travels for the McMillan Bros., ]Harrison and his mother and Mr. John
what you eat and enable the digestive of wagons buggies and carriages on
and 9:30
m. Chicago. a. m.
]Dozier and his
was at the Montezuma last night. daughter. Miss Edna
organs to assimilate and transform all hand, and a carload of Chattanooga Dozier., Good connections are made at Jack- w

foods Into tissue-building blood. Ko- wagons en route.WANTEDA .
Remember we carry the only complete dol relieves sour stomach belching sonville from all Florida points thug! 5000 yards Torchon Lace Edging and Insertion ranging in
affording the quickest and most con-
line of office supplies in blank
bon In Ocala. Ocala News Company. heart-burn, and all forms of Indiges- nurse; respectablewhite WANTED board and live man who can sawa venient service from this territory to value from 16c. to 20c. a yard. All to go for' *."
tion; palatable and strengthening. woman preferred for whom a a nail In the build- the West.

ei Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Mr. room and board will be free. Address ing of a house. Inquire at building, For further information see ticket ): '
D. S. Anderson of the
manager North :
Z care Star. Second street near Jewish syn i .
Ocala foundry returned yesterday agent or consult the "Purple Folder.-
J. K. Christian who went downto agogue.R. .
from a business trip to Jacksonville.
Dunnellon yesterday to look after I Stoves ranges and heaters of all Bab Sanders of Dunnellon was in 40.

his business interests at that point ,kinds. Many different styles and L. Holly, son of Robert Holly, of the city today.
WANTED position of any kind I
returned to McIntosh today. He made prices to select from. Marion Hardware across the river who has been in the _
of clerical work. Thoroughly competent :. .,, I
the Star a pleasant calL Co. employ of Messrs. Miller and Tiller
You still china and
can fancy
Address B. K.. care Star office. PER YARD. '
1 turpentine operators has transferred ;
1I staple crockery at the Ocala News
his I! services to Messrs. Stubb and
Miss Mabel McCredle. a charming Company. This Is our regular line
Wishert at Hudson and went down and have it all the time.
lady of Is visitingher we
young MIcanopy H. ROBINSON, President G. J. BLITCH, Teller. 1 this afternoon to assume his duties
Mrs. IL G. In this
city. 8. H. BLITCH, Manager. J. C. BOOZER Assistant Manager. 1 with his new employers. Mr. W. Miller Jones of New York .

City a confidential man of the Faber -
Stoves and ranges, and blue flame
Pencil Company people passed thro'
FOR SALE A good milch cow. half
Jersey, for sale cheap. Inquire of Dr. Liberality, Courtesy, Accuracy Stability, .oil stoves all sizes and prices. Can Ocala this afternoon on his way home
I and look the stock over. Marion Hard-
D. M. Smith Merchants', block. Ocala Our Four Cardinal Principles. :: :: :: from Cuba and a short stop at Lake
Fla. ware Company. Weir, where he looked over his broth-

er's property, and is having considerable x

Little William Porter Collier has Judge Joseph Bell heard a replevin improvements made on the same

been ill for several days at the home c:use this afternoon In which Emanuel setting out a peach orchard. He Is a
COMMERCIAL BANK Sands: was plaintiff and M. Fishel de-
of his grandmother Mrs. E. Van brother of the late Howard Jones, who

Hood. fendant. for many years was a resident of

South Lake Weir near Stanton.

Goods that are good at prices that OCALA FLORIDA. A Car of Marion county beef cattle THE VARIETY STORE

are right backed by a reputation that 1 eft this city this afternoon over the

we ar* proud of. Ocala Furniture Coast Line for St. Petersburg. J. E. CHACE

Company.The SAFETY DEPOSIT YAULTS INTEREST PAID OH TIME DEPOSITS LOST-Between the Florida House DENTAL SURGEON Mill and Factory Syndicate Sale Begins February lade

Dunnellon phosphate extra ran and Rose Villa pair spectacles silver
Office Commercial Bank
Upstairs Bld'gOCALA
off the track in the freight yards last frame and gold nose piece in case. ,

night and blocked the trains out for Sold by Dr. Lough of Tampa. Reward FLA. Mr. W. L. Martin and family, who
for return to Mrs. Hanson at Rose NOTICEIn
a short while. have been residents of Ocala for

JEWEL R Y Villa Terms Cash. nearly a year, have returned to their

FOR SALE-A: few good Jersey farm at Pine. Mr. Martin Is an old

mitch cows, cheap: also a number of Mr. W. M. Gist came down from 'newspaper man. over a decade ago

Bermuda onion plants. Address the McIntosh this afternoon.The SAMPLE SHOESAND running a paper at Cites. and later

Marion Farms. started and managed a paper at Floe milling Pettijohn's

Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Is Florida. He Is known Breakfast Food the
In West
ella. greatest
I have a handsome and complete stock of beautiful and ]headquarters for Talcum Powders.
Charles and Jack old under
King Core to the readers of the Banner and skill are'exerClSed
friends of Ocala theater-goers, are modern Jewelry Watches of all kinds and prices, Prices to suit all patrons. Colgate's SECOND-HAND SHOESFOR the nom de plume of "Peter Stanley care -

now playing In Dunnellon with their Diamonds, Rings, Broaches, Chains, Fobs, FraternityPins Violet Eastman's Violet' or Crushed MEN. whose bright and attractive articles to remove from.the
J Roses French Rose-\ oleL
dramatic company. read with pleasure. those that
have been grain properties
Charms, etc. An exceptionally fine line of Cut and
As good as new at great
have food
Mr. Pedrick of the N. and S. mill no and to
Mr. S. G. White of Hagerstown. Md. Glass at living prices. Fine China heavy warranted A $4 of men's SOOTHING AND COMFORTING
bargains. pair
at Cornell,, was in the city today. the rich wheatin
Co present : ripe
the Antietam Paper
Plate and Silver Table Ware. SilverNovelties
Sterling Sterling
shoes for The soothing and comforting effects
$2-5o; Ij pair $1.5010
was in town today calling on the its most palatable form
and Toilet Articles. Edison Phonographs and BENT HER DOUBLE of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve when ,
and Job offices. $1.75, and they are just as goodas
newspaper with all of its .
applied to piles sores cuts, bolls, etc., qualities for
Records, Fountain Pens, etc., etc.Vatch repairing a "I knew no one for four weeks when
you would get for $3 to $4.50 Instantly. This
subdues pain brain bone. nmscle and
I[ sick with typhoid and kidney
John Gamble, the meat man of Dun- Prices moderate and
specialty. are goods are guaranteed.
salve draws out the Inflammation reduces -
elsewhere. All kinds of shoes
trouble: writes Mrs. Annie Hunter of health
nellon was in the city today, as was preserved. .

J. W. Ward. Jr.. the extensive turpentine Plttsburg. Pa, "and when I got better,, made and repaired, rubber heels swelling and acts the as blood a rubefa-thro "Quickly Cooked."
dent thus circulating
although I had one of the best doctors
operator at Floral City.
and soles put on. All goods and aid-
the diseased parts permlttlng-
I[ could get I was bent double and had "Easily Digested.

Eyes strained If neglected may lead to rest my hands on my knees when all work fully guaranteed. Give ing nature to pennanenely remove the

to total loss of eyesight. Call and A : E. BURNETT I[ walked. From this terrible affliction my goods and work a trial and you Monopoly trouble entirely.Drugstore.The Sold. by the Anti-

have Dr. D. :M. Boney examine them. I was rescued by Electric Bitters will be more than pleased.

Office up stairs. Gary building. which restored my health and O. K. GROCERY
Pullman Buffet Parlor on ,
I strength and now I can walk as
A. M. POOR the day trains and Pullman Sleeping
E. M. Williams with the Rents "THE JEWELER. I straight as ever. They are simplywonderfuL" ,
Car on the night trains of the Atlantis CASH GROCERS.
Guaranteed to cure atomach. -
Company at Silver Springs.
1I Montezuma Block Lin example of .xul-
Coast are
liver and kidney disorders. At the
baa been ill at the hospital, has
sufficiently recovered to return home. MERCHANTS' BLOCK. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price 60c. Opposite Tydlngs A: Co letsc and comfort. Phone 174. Clart Bros. Praps.OCALA .

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Begin Taking Today
:' MdVER & MCEY A Choice Stock and Your Cure Begiaa TodayBJJ.ml1rn

k' ", Swiped $75. 00 Worth of Jewels From Aeronaut at Ormond Had a Lofty

, Of Fresh Beef, Pork Lady Parker in London and Tumble But Escaped With Slight 2 MTA

FUNERAL DIRECTORS Skipped to Florida 'I, Injuries

'UNDERTAKERS And Mutton, New York Jan. 23.-That Lady Par- Chicago. Jan. 23.-A dispatch to the

. ker, wife of Sir Gilbert Parker, was Tribune from Ormond. Fla.. says:

1 t and Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry, robbed of $. ,OOO In jewels several n CW Utf M tmmalam-,_ar..c...- Charles Hamilton the aeronaut,

i Fish Oysters and weeks ago In the Carleton Hotel. Lon- Its Vitalized Ke ttclol Food Properties dropped ZOO feet with hs aeroplane
Eggs, ,
t are Very Quickly Realized.
EMBALMERS Choice Fresh Family Groceries don, has been revealed In this city In Bringing Healthy Color to tie yesterday and narrowly escaped fatal
. since the departure of a representative ChevVe of the Pale and Sallow.In Injuries. Hamilton was pitched for-

L 'Fine Casket always on hand from of Scotland Yard for Palm the Feeble Producing and Strength the Jlt the Weak* ward upon the board walk and rendered -

which to do your marketing.Send Beach Fla. For more than a week In Toning up the System of Convales unconscious, but no bones were ;
cents from E>
the London detectives worked in this "sem. Broken. The collapse was due to the
Cleacricg Entire
and Burial RobesAll or bring us or- the
your city independently of the Central Office la NourUhlnc the insufficient power of a -horse power for Rheumatism. Cots
ders and they will have visiting pawnshops and follow- Paces R:;Children the Thin Peaked touring car which was used to do the Sure Cure Sprains. Wads Old

Work Done by Licensed EC attention. ing other trails.In In Banding: up on their Little Bodies towing. When the speed! of the tow Saxes Corns Bunions.
balm and Fully Guaranteed prompt in the l* lr U. Pink and White F1 .b. and Contracted Muscles Lame Back. Std Joints
era the recent political campaign In Dotting their cheeks with the Pretty began to lessen the aeroplane began Gals Bruises.
England Lady Parker took up a tem- Color and Dimple that make llotaer1, a to wobble,, and Hamilton by mistake. Frosted Feet. Burns. Scalds etc.
W. E. SMITH. Bean AN ANTISEPTIC that stay. Irntatwn. subdues Icfiaromifcon -
porary residence In the Carleton. She Glad.OZOMT7X.8IO9 dropped his cap which was to have
Buffet Parlor Car and drives out Pain.
Th. Pullman on
was Miss Vantine of this city daughter la aa antidote for all XHMaeea Camaed by been the signal to the tow driver to Pores loosens the :Fibrous Tisane
the day trains and Pullman Steeping X o. 98 North Magnolia St. of the late A. A. Vantine and Bzpoeore: to Cold aad 'WeU stop. The aeroplane at once beganto PENETRATES free circulation the et the Blood giving the Muscles
Cars on the night trains of the Atlantic To prove Its Medicinal Food Merita a promotes: a
her right. jewels
wealthy own flutter downward. natural
Coast Line examples of excellence Trial Bottle Free by Mall elasticity.
Phone are well known and on this occasionshe When Hamilton was picked up, it LINIMENT ON EARTH
and comfort. 77. will be sent on request. Writ by letterr BEST
had in a casket in her room part postal card to was tbcughf that his right leg had ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED

of her collection. I Ozomolston: Co.,98 Pine St.Ifnr York. been broken by the fall but the examination -
There came a knock at her door one aJl Druggists-Two eises-COe. and tUt showed only a bad bruise CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM

morning and a well dressed man was about the knee.

discovered. At sight of Lady Parker A few moments later the daring lit- Mr. E.A-Simpson 500 Craig St..KooxrHIe,
he apologized profusely saying he Coal tle chap was on his feet again and Tens., writes: I have been trying the baths of

JRestaurant. had made a mistake havingbeen call- limped out to the automobile that Hot Springs. Ark.. for sciatic rheumatism but I
ed to the room of a friend Little was stood near by. ready to carry him to gel more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
thought of the incident and Lady the Hotel Ormond. As he stepped into than any medicine or anything I hare ever tried.
I Blacksmith.Egg order for $1.00. Send me
Parker went to make some call and Charcoal.AT the machine Hamilton laughed and Inclosed find postoffice "
bottle by Southern Express.
When she returned she discoveredthat joked with several of his friends that large
the case and Its contents had had crowded about him asserting that THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00BE

been taken. Nothing else had been MdVER MACKAYS the next time he would "fix the dlv- SURE YOU GET TOE OE.UL\E
Meals & I I ..
First Class
disturbed. Entrance had been obtained 1 'eo- Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST.
by a master key.It The kite is broken In several places' .
was Lady Parker's description of but Hamilton asserted that when he LOUIS. U. S. A.
, 'J CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES the man who had rapped at her door shall have completed all repairs to it,
that caused the Scotland Yardman to he is willing to make the ascent again.
Trains Daily Between Jackson
take ship for this city. The detective

Dining Room open until midnight. Personal authorities thought they recognized in ville and Miami Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Absolutely SOLD AND RECOMMEN BY ALL DRUGGISTS

attention given to special orders, anythingthe it a man who has made a reputationas With the inauguration of the tour- HarmlessThe
sneak thief and hotel thief on
a ist trains from the North and the
market offers prepared for the table on had ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
two continents. It was learned he opening of all the hotels of the flor- fault of giving children medicine -,

short notice. sailed for New York. He was not in ida East Coast Hotel System there containing Injurious substances IN OCALA VIA

New York when the detective arrived has been a change made in the sched- Is sometimes more disastrous than the

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar but there were traces of him here, and ules of the Florida East Coast Rail- disease from which they are sufferIng -

after a week's investigation a clue was way between Jacksonville and Miami. Every mother should know that
Skilled Cooks. Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. found which indicated that he bad The change was effective Tuesday, CjjanlDerIam's Cough Remedy Is perfectly ATLANTIC COAST LINESchedule

gone to Florida. January 9, and the trains are now op- safe for children to take. It
Special Price to Regular Boarders
erated between Jacksonville and MI- contains nothing harmful and for

FORCED TO STARVEB. ami as follows: coughs colds and croup Is unsurpass- ( In effect November 26, IJOi.)

I Southbound Trains ed. For sale at Postoffice Drugstore.
.. THE GARM18HAEL &; SON COAt F .Leek of Concord, Ky.. says: store. Departures Between Arrivals.No. .
Train No. 29, Havana Mail, coaches,
For 20 years I suffered agonies witha buffet and parlor cars leaves Jacksonville 2. Daily, 1:20 A. M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A. M.

.''s Stand sore on my upper lip, so painful at at 9:20 a. rru, arrives at West Rochelle Palatka, Jacksonville Savannah Charleston, Richmond.
times that I could not eat. After vain- COLORED PEOPLE'S DEPARTMENT
4 Palm Beach at 7:56 p. m. and Miamiat Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.
ly trying everything else I cured It 10:55 p. m. I I Pullman Buffet Sleepers St. Petersburg to Jacksonville, connects at

with Bucklen's Arnica SalteIt's Train No. 35, Palm Beach and Mi- REV. J. E. A. KEELER. Editor. Jacksonville with Pullman Sleepers to New Tcrk. Dining Car Jack
for burns, cuts and wounds. At
great sonville to New York.
ami Express, leaves Jacksonville at
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Only
4:20 p. nx, arrives West Palm Beachat
BARGAIN TIME 25 cents. 4:10 a. m. and Miami at 7:30 a. rn. We are expecting every delinquentto No.: 78, Daily 1:00 P. M. No. 89, Daily, 2)35 P, M.

Train Xo. 23, Miami and Nassau square up accounts today or tq- Rochelle Gainesville Palatka, Jacksonville. Parlor Cars St. Petersburg ,

VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE Special, all buffet parlor cars, leaves morrow. to Jacksonville. Connects at Jacksonville with Sleeper far St.

Jacksonville at 8 a. In., arrives at West Louis via Thomasville and Montgomery; also Dixie Flyer Steeper
7=tTf Through Train and Sleeping Car Ser- Palm Beach at 5:05 p. m. and Miamiat Comfortable lodging and good boardat for St. Louis and Chicago via Tifton. Macon and Atlanta.No. .

vice Between Jacksonville, Fla, 7:25 p. m. the Old Reliable Mack House. West '

and Augusta, Ga. Train No. 99, Palm Beach and Miami Broadway.Rev. 21, Daily, 2:00 A. M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A. M.

Limited buffet sleepers and drawing St. Petersburg and intermediate points.
f he Ocala Steam? Laundry Effective January 10. 1906, the At- room cars leaves Jacksonville at 8:2: s I TV. O. Bartley preaches a special -

lantic Coast Line Inaugurated Pull- p. ITU arrives at West Palm Beach, sermon to the Marion Corne No. 89, Daily, 2:55 P. M. No. 78 Daily, 12:40 P. M.

.... man sleeping car service between 6:07: a. m., and :Miami at 8:30 a. m. Band Thursday night. Tampa, St. Petersburg and intermediate points.No. .
Jacksonville, Fla. and Augusta Ga.
SEE OUR RED LIST Trains leave Jacksonville at 8:55 a. Northbound Trains I Quite a number of visiting ministersare 45, Daily, 10:05 A. M. No. 48, Daily, 6:00 P. M.

m., and arrive at Augusta at 6:55 p. Train No. 28, Palm Beach and Miami In the city, en route for St. Petersburg Juliette. High I Springs.. Dupont, Wayeross.
Express, leaves :Miami at 5:10 p. m.! the seat of the Conference.
service between ,
m. affording daylight No. 47, Dally, 3:00 P. M. No. 46, Daily, 12:20 P. M.
the two points. Dining car service will arrives at West Palm Beach at 7:38
Juliette Dunnellon, Homosassa, Brooksville, Trilby and local points.No. .
and first
be operated between Jacksonville and p. m. and Jacksonville at 7:40 a. m. For comfortable lodging

HOUGH BROTHERS Yemassee for breakfast and lunch. Train No. 78, Havana Mail, leaves class board call at the Marion House. 49, Daily, Except Sunday. No. 44, Daily ex. Su.. 9:40 A. M.
Evening trains from all South flor- Miami at 6 a. m. arrives at West Palm Mrb. P. G. Gowens, Proprietress.We .
Juliette Dunnellon Homosassa.
ida make direct connection at Beach'at 8:50 and Jacksonville at 7:30
-oRe points learn that Rev. J. S. Braswel 1
Jacksonville affording the quickestand p. m. I Trains 82 and 21 Jacksonville and St.
to Conference one hundred per carry sleepers Petersburg.
give Free Presents, consisting of Turkey Roasters Hall Racks, Towel service between Florida and Train No. 98, carrying buffet sleepers goes
best Trains 82 and 85 Pullman Sleepers between New York Jackson.
cent. happier than he came here. Con- carry ,
Racks, Silver Coffee Pots, etc. with.every pound package of Baking and drawing room cars, leaves MI-
Augusta. villa Car service between Jacksonville and
gratulations. ; Dining through Jersey City
Powder at 60 cents per pound. ami at 8:20 m. arrives West Palm
ticket p.
For further Information see
Day Coaches between Jacksonville and Washington. Pullman Sleepers,
Tickets for other valuable presents given with every purchase of Soap, agents or write J. G. Kirkland D. P. Beach 10:25 and Jacksonville at 8:40a. A specially prepared program Is ar- Trains 78 and 89 between Jacksonville and New York and Jacksonville and

Soap Powders Starch. Coffee and Extracts. A.. Tampa Fla. m. ranged for and will be rendered at Chicago, via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Route, and to St. Louis via Montgomery
Train No. 74, carrying all buffet Zion M. E. church Sunday. In honorof and L. &. N, and via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Routes, without change
Kith every pound of Tea at 60c. we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitcher WINTER BIBLE CONFERENCE parlor cars, leaves Miami at. 8:15 a. the pastor Rev. W. O. aBrtley.
Pudding Pan or Cake Mould. m. arrives West Palm Beach at 10 a.
The third anual conference will open' m. and Jacksonville at 7:40 p. m. The presiding elders of the Centra]I M. for JACKSONVILLE, and from JACKSONVILLE to ST. PETERSBURG.

(With every 25 cents worth of Laundry Soap, we will give a Mixing Bowl I in the great conference auditorium in General Information Florida Conference of the A. M. E Key West and Havana Steamers leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays

Every article and every present is first class and fully guaranteed and Gainesville Fla. on February llth. Trains No. 23 and 74 are the allparlor church met in executive council wit I and Thursdays 11:40 P. M.

your money will be refunded If both are not as represented. and continue until the 25th, to be car trains. Passengers must pro- Bishop B. T. Tanner at St. Petersburesterday @; For full information regarding rates, reservations, etc, call on Atlantio

FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES followed by the Chautauqua assenbly vide themselves with parlor car seat > afternoon at 3 o'clock.St. Coast Line Agents, or

which opens March 1st. The Increas- tickets in addition to regular passage Paul A. M. E. church of this cit y J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass. Agt, Tampa, Fla.; W. J. CRAIG, Pass.
Manufacturers of Pure Fancy Home-Mads Candies.
ing attendance upon the conferencefrom tickets. Makes all important stops.) paid its pastor Rev. S. D. Stewart, th Traffic Mgr.; H. M. EMERSON, Gen. Traffic Mgr, Wilmington, N. C.
South Main St. Give Us a Call. Ocala, Florida. all parts of the Union together Handles baggage for important stations sum of UfO for the year now closing
with the added numbers of famous
only. with
and he goes to Conference a
preachers to be present "thi>> year assures Trains No. 29 and 78 carry baggage rounded report. W. L. Anderson sec .

by far the greatest attendanceand mail express day coaches and parlor retary.
most interesting session ever held. Makes all
cars. stops.
LUMBeRROUGH At no conference In America will Trains No. 35 and 28 carry baggage, Alonzo Walker, the hustling butcher .; Through Tourist Cars

greater or more celebrated men be express, hotel supply car, day coaches has opened a market In the tall

found on the program. One can well and sleeping car. Scheduled to stopat formerly occupied) by Mr. Bankston' Personally Conducted to e

OR DRESSED afford to travel miles to such .a con- important stations and will stop at First class meats, fish vegetables, etc
ference. '** others if flagged. kept In first class order. Give him a

The opportunity afforded by the Trains :00.99 and 98 carry baggage, trIaL City market. California.

See or Phone conference to hear such great men, mail smoking car, day coaches and .
M. E. Conference tomorrow
The A. opens
and at the same time make a visit to

!v B. H. SEYT \ OUR Florida. escaping the cold of the North, sleeping drawing cars Also between compartment St. Au-or E. Conference'at St. Petersburg opens tomorrow, and the wee 1 ot k

should attract suitable many more each could year.not gustine and Palm Beach. Stops onlyat at Fernandina. Many of the ministers The Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its
PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Ffa.fE A more place important stations. /
the circular.
will run against ,
have been chosen for the conference up up-to-date equipment, courteous attendants and many comforts.
rip or butt saw before they return.
than the beautiful city of Gainesville, The finest and most beautiful hall It's the easy way to travel-no changes of cars, or other word -

with its wide streets, beautiful oak racks in antique and golden oak and .If you desire fruit, vegetables on

trees, pure spring water, splendid system mahogany that has ever been shown choice family groceries, call at Mentions ries.Are
of public schools hospitable peo-' IB Ocala. McIver &: MacKay. Grocery below the city marketA you going to California? Investigate this way of. travel

pie etc. A most charming place to lot of fine 1906$ calendars to give t o You'll be surprised to find how cheaply you can go.
", . winter. The hotel and boarding- 'customers free of charge. You will

't"": v,l- W bdolDyspepsia house Florida.rates are the most reasonablein L.ALEXANDEIRPractical will certainly be pleased with them.

Among the speakers who are Invit- The Oak Tree market on West Full Particulars and illustrated literature of
ed to be present during the confer- Broadway is still open where you can

ence are among the most noted min- CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful get fresh fish, choice beef pork, sau- J. F. VAN RENSSALAER, Gen. Agt.,

isters and Bible teachers in America: sage, poultry and eggs, and vegetables
estimates made on all contract Atlanta Ga]
Dr. J. Wilbur Chapamn America's at living rates. Your patronage 801Ic-
work. Gives more and better work
is leading Evangelist; Dr. James M. ited. Jake Thomas, sole manager.
for the than any other In town.
Gray, Dean of Merely Bible Institute; Southern Pacific.
Board and Lodging-The St. Johns
e Dr. A. C. Dixon the great Baptist
a : House is now open where you can get
Cure preacher Boston Rev. J. J. Tigert.
first class board and comfortable lodging .
LL. D., probably the greatest scholarIn
: r THE at living rates by the day, weekor
the South; Evangelist George R.
Satisfaction guaranteed.Give .
Gina rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach Stuart,an original pulpit genius; Prof. month.
us a trial. Brown and Lane managers -
fired tomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervous J. R. C. Brown one of the best Bible 7ElUS PACIFlCE4
and teachers; Mr. R. V, Miller, who delivers RAILROAD TICKETS
,- catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.
charming lectures on unfilled .A. W. Walker, the world cbamplp

u .D,_. ..., F..Ear prophecy; Dr. Clarence B. Strouse. the IWLWAY barber, is in the city and has again
-'I .. Qi i I ....... tM .*...** 43 a.M .. ...a v w director of the conference, and one ofAmerica's opened his shop at No. 92 North Magnolia -
v Ae a ..... tei.i M N Mae N. most successful evangelists TO THE WEST
1 1I street, opposite the Florida
The Great Eastern 1I I House. Shaving. hair cutting, shampooing -
Low rates have been granted I etc. In first class style. Tools
Gainesville to the last of April. and Western Line I kept in fine order. Honing razors CHEAPER THAN EVER

For further information address of guaranteed. Give him a calLA
I Across the Entire States I
SEABOARD AIR-LINE Ferdinand Bayer, secretary, Gaines
ville. Florida. rhyme we have heard comes tour 1=2 RATEPlus

.- THE ORIGINAL TEXAS$ and IMSIMf J| readers mind.: and we give it to our many -

SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED SO TROUBLE TO ASSWEK QU49T1U5 I "'The annual Conference is comIng |2. 0, on January 2 and 16, and February 6 .and 20 '
Foley &: Co. Chicago, originated Yes, coming In the Bishop's name;
j! SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAILFOR honey and tar as throat and lung Direct Line to If the preachers don't have any money

remedy and on account of the great for themselves MEMPHIS TO DALLAS
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey NORTH TEXAS They must!!! have the Conference
Savannah Columbia Camden, Southern Pines, Richmond. Washington. Baltimore and Tar many imitations are offeredfor claim."
the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey -
I THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY and Tar, and refuse any substitute ARIZONAand *The Palace Restaurant comer of $9.05 -
offered, as no other preparation win Fort King and Magnolia street Is now

MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT give the same satisfaction. It is mild- open for business. Choice meal, s
ly laxative It contains no opiates CALIFORNIA lunches etc., served In royal style at Proportionate Rates to all other points In Texas, and to points te Arkansas,

ONLY LINE operating dally through sleepers from Jacksonville to New and is safest for children and delicate i reasonable rates Soup daily; oysters Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Kansas, C olorado, Wyoming and New Me ico.

Orleans persons Sold by the Postoffice Drug-I &ITX FOR BKW: BOOK OF TEXAS. rasa I in every style. Special terms to If you are going, write me today an d say how many In your party. where
Other information of ,- .. store. I I IEo weekly boarders. Special department ,you wish to go and the day you will start. I will name you the IewItIIt rate

John Dozler. Agent w \y Condon. C. T. A. TURNER for white customers. Breakfast from and call on you and arrange for your t rip.

Ocala, Florida.A. Andirons In Iron or brass neat and 'I 5 till J; dinner. 12 till 3; supper S td I. E. REHLANDER,

0. MacDonelL. A. O. P. A. D G. Boylston. Jr. P. A artistic from JL25 to $7 per pair at II General Passenger Agent II 9. Lunches at all hours. Fruit; cigars MISSOURI PACIFIC RY. Tray Pass Apt,

.. Jacksonville: Florida the Marion Hardware Company. DALLAS. TEXAS etc. Mlddlebrooka, Prop. IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. .. Chattanooga, Twin.

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