The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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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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Volume II Number 229 OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 5, J906 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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."I'd Thank Peaches-They You For a Little Are Fine.More of Those STORY OF THE STORM "NOW IS THE TIME"The WRATH OF THE WINO CANNEIi'MEATS- .1

That Wrecked Mendiar-Nineteen The Storm King Lashed the Coast of R
When in Hurry for
o TABLE WHEN PARTAKING OFTHE Killed and Twenty-four Wounded. City Electric Light Plant Scandinavia and Norway Mourns Dinner, Phone! 174 and i

Property Loss $1,000,000 for Hundreds of Her Seafaring W. do the Rtt

: 1 j f' Royal Scarlet" Meridian Miss. March 5.-Nineteen will soon be ready to deliver Men WE HAVE- *, .' "

people are known to hare been killedas I
0 0BR a result of the tornado which swept Trondhjem. Ntorway. March 5.-A Pork Sausage Meat in ans..10.Corned .
this after C to all who desire fishing fleet consisting of 300 boats !
P4D through city shortly p. m. electricity Beef Hash in ns-.10.
;o PEELED and SLICED PEACHES and APRICOTS. and operating off TTondhJem, wa.scaugbt
Friday. In a terrific storm Friday and Hamburger Steak.... ............lOo t
The Finest Coed Goodi in lie RodJUVAIIIETIE8aSTYLE8INTINBGLAS3 Twenty-four persons were injuredand
property with an estimated valueof the It is feared the greater portion of it pieties Brawn...... ....... ....15o ,

THIS IS THE 11,000.000was demolished or other- same. was wrecked as many boats are reported Boneless Pigs Feet.. ... ... ....15a i i

RESULT OF THE GREAT CARE WHICH IS wise damaged.The : have been seen floating keel Lunch Tongue...... ......20e. and 30e !

INCESSANTLY BEING EXERCISED IN PACKING ONLY THE CHOICESTAND at tornado 6.27 o'clock.appeared A in low the, funnel-southwest "Now is the Time"to Thus far seventy-nine of the boats Chicken Loaf.....-........ ...._20o '- #1

BEST GOODS UNDER THE ROYAL SCARLET BRAND.A shaped cloud was seen to form near have been reported safe and possiblyothers Ham Loaf... ...... ............100 ;

the city A heavy downpour of rain have building wired. have reached shelter at some of Sliced Dried Beef in jar*..........15o I 1
WORD OF WARMING I THEREIARE UANY OTHER BRANDS OF had been falling when suddenly the your he thousands of Islands dotting the Sliced Breakfast Bacon in
coast Steamers In the jar.2S i
are cruising
CANNED COOOS REPRESENTED. TO BE "JUST AS GOOD" AS THE roar humidity that could became be heard intense.a great With distance a- We have first-class workmen and hope of picking up survivors. Sliced Ham in cans...... ........2So I

"ROYAL SCARLET. BUT LIKE ALL COUNTERFEITS. LACK THE the storm approached rfom the The fisher boats are usually mannedby Country Butter (Whitworth'.)....S5o 1

REMARKABLE QUALITIES OF THE GENUINE.WE southwest and descended upon the can do your work promptly. Please let of life three must or four be great men. so that the loss O. K. GROCERY t

KEEP A FULL LINE OF THE GENUINE city.Among the buildings destroyed or The weather Is bitterly cold and evenIf t

practically ruined were those of the us make an estimate for you. the shipwrecked fishermen reach
Thomas Lyle Grocery Company, Elmira uninhabited islands they must perish CASH GROCERS.
"Royal Scarlet" unless rescued
Brand. they are Immendiately.
s restaurant. Meyer-Xe>llle Hardware -
THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. The village of Gjasvervaero Is thegreatest
Company Grand Avenue hotel,
Thornton's Transfer Company Culpepper sufferer aa most of the fleet Phone I74. Clark Bros. Prons.

FOR E3ALF. BY hotel Xew Orleans and Northeastern Phone J5. B. W. MatDONALD, Manager. I had headquarters there. f
freight depot. Young Men's Chris-
tian association building. Meridian STARVING TO DEATH
The Teapot Grocery Chair Comp n>, the city electric light OCALA FURNITURE CO i
plant W J. Woodside & Co., Pearce Because her stomach wa BO weakened -
Compress Company, GJ Compress by useless drugging that she
Company and innumerable smaller IN TOIS could not eat. Mrs. :Mary H. Walters, Personal Strike t
Anywhere Any Time
= / buildings used for residences by workIngmen Transport Ingalls Will Probablybe of St. Clair St, Columbus. O. was literally -
I and negroes. a Total Wreck starving to death. She writes: ud When Heeded.

Ianma. March S.-The Inter-Island "My stomach was so weak from useless -

That AH Important Bath Room THE ORIGINAL transport Ingalls is ashore on Raporapo drugs that I could not eat. and The .u.*ti n of Embalming and Furl
1' r t 40 Reef, off the southern coast or the my nerves so wrecked that I could not
1 You have often heard people remark "If I were rr +vnA Foley & Co. Chicago, originated bk>lIi1b CHOCOLATE Inland of Luzon. She will probablybe sleep; and not before I was given up oral Directing is a Delicate On 1
to die was I Induced to try Electric
of the
total battalion
wreck. A
ever to build, I would! Fan! Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Twentieth a Infantry en route to :Manila titters; with the wonderful result that Gould Dot it be Best for Ton to Entrust 1
remedy, and on account of the great SAME AS E5EDAT1HDKOKN STORES
Improvement began at once and a
bath first and would where to transfer to the
room not they were
my put
r merit and popularity of Foley"s Honey this to Those ito
AND V.OBLD FAMED. transport Sherlan for the United complete cure followed. Best health Question > Appreciate -
all into the with a'l and Tar many imitations are offered -
money parlor tonic earth. SOc Guaranteed
my on by
States, aboard the Ingalls. They
for the genuine. Ask for Foley's were & It's Delicacy and Whose Knoiedji I
T Tydings Co. druggists.TO
itsfinerj. That is good common sense i Honey and Tar and refuse and sub- T.W.TROXLER.McCURDY were rescued by a coast guard cutter -

I sentiment for the bath room is the most stitute offered as no other preparationwill The transport Liscura has been is of the Highest Standard 1i
". give the same satisfaction. It Is sent to take off the soldier's baggageand I I ENCOURAGE MATRIMONYNew
II important of all the household. mildly laxative. It contains no render any assistance. TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE t

k j We would Lie opiates and Is safest for children and TO EUROPE ( York World.)
to help you plan your PROMPT ATTENTION
delicate persons. Sold by the Post- Jackson, MUs. Feb. 28-Representative -
Richard A. :McCurdy, former presIdent I
bath ror" "I will gladly office Talbert of Amite has made
quote county
you '
Cures all Kidney. Bladder and Rheumatic 1
of the Mutual Life Insurance
Phone Ho. 10. 94 ud 167
pri\ lard Ware, the best Company, has gone to Europe accompanied -' troubles. Sold by all druggists, hImself the most popular man In the Day light
SOUTH SEA CYCLONE or two months treatment by mall for state by Introducing an act "to regulate -
his wife and son-in-law.
-' 1M i e\ xtures made. Louis Theband.INVALUABLE. Jl. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926. Olive street and encourage matrimonial alliances SMITH a ROBERTS Ocala Fit.

\ Tahiti and Pamotu Swept by Wind and St. Louis Mo. Send for testimonial and to discourage race suicide
i R. E. YON CO. In the state of Mississippi. Should
Tidal Wave, Loss of Life and Immense FOR RHEUMATISMI
the bill be passed Mr. Talbert's name
Damage of Property will be Immediately placed In the Hall
T-:: Papeete Tahiti, Feb. 18, via San have been suffering for the past save court expenses to let the of Fame In the new capitoL
The destructive few years with a severe attack of rheu- pardoning board try the cases first.- The act ia In part as follows: STAR
Francisco March 5- most -
in matism and found that Ballard's Snow Fernandina Star. "Whereas, there is'much courting In
cyclone ever experienced
the Society and Pamotu Inlands occurred Liniment was the only thing that gave the state of Mississippi known. flirtIng STEAM LAUNDRY
me satisfaction and tended to alleviate The most beautiful writing desks that does not result In marriage
7 and 8. The
on Feb. damage
THE MONTEZUMRLEASED InTahitl is estimated at $1.000000 and my paIns. March 24, 1902-John ever shown In Florida for the ladies, and whereas there Is much apprehension Guarantees Satisfaction.Our .
presumably a similar amount of property C. Degnan, Kinsman Ills. 25c. EtOc. in oak and mahogany finishes. Mc- on the part of many people of the
was destroyed on the Pamotu Is- and $1 at all druggists. Iver & MacKay.DAVID tate, who desire to see the human rates are as reason

. '. lands. The city of Papeete was inundated race multiplied and increased, so that
'" , and seventy-five buildings commerce will be expanded and en- able as honest work can
tf .. I destroyed, including about the American con- larged; that what Is known as race
: sulate and the French government suicide Is gaining a foothold In some make them. :: :: I

buildings. The number of dead is not S. WOODROW sections of our great commonwealth,
Phone J35
1f known, but it is feared it is very larg therefore.
"Section 1. Be It enacted the
The waves which broke over the reef
at Papeete were sixty-fit feet high. legislature of the state of Mississippi OCALA FLA..
{ that it shall be unlawful after the ,
pas- 1
Crops have been destroyed cocoanut 1I
and breadfruit trees blown down. REAL ESTATE.Room sage of this act. for any young man I
who parts his hair In the middle to attempt -
Famine is feared. Tahiti belongs to
France, and the French governmenthas to court any young lady before Remove Freckles and PimpJD"IS

x sent relief to the sufferers. *2, Postotfice Block, Ocala: Fla. he Is 24 years of age, and before TOT PATS,wrrsMADINOLA _.
making such attempt be shall Inform
the parents or guardian of the woman
he proposes to court of his desire and
Intention to-do so, and shall also make k 1 ...Tttc COMPLCXIOM BCAimnen...
wry e H. Brown the popular pension Public
,ZeBott Property on Square. affidavit before a Justice of the peace Formerly advertised and sold aa 8&UDoIaJ
attorney of Pittsfield, Vt, says:
that. be Intends to attempt such courtship -
"Next to a pension, the best thing to
Is Dr. King's New Life Pills. lIe The two-story brick house on this property: must be removed andit In good faith and for the purpose a
Iget I or trying to convince and persuade the
: "They keep my family In will l be sold cheap as it stands. The corner lot with 35 feet frontage woman that It will be profitable for
,, .. splendid health. Quick cure for headache '
on the public square is still unsold. her to marry him.
constipation and biliousness. 23c.
"Sec. 2. That It shall be unlawful
Guaranteed at Tydings & Go's drug- i '
for bald-headed widows over the age
FOR TEN YEARS store. ZeButt Property on Magnolia Street and North First St. ot> forty years, or red-headed widower -
under that age. to attempt to
SEA GULL IS SAFE court any woman under the ace of 18
Best Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date, The northwest corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia Street and 84 rears, beyond the confines of the county - T -

Clean and Well Furnished Rooms andPlenty to Eat After a Rough Passage, She Broughtin feet,on North First Street facing the government public buildingsite of their residence, provided such '1aAII t

a Cargo For H. L. AndersonThe is still unsold also the lot immediately south of it 28 by 84 icet.Ocklawaha widowers Guard or who the belong state legislature to the National shall 'a... 1

V. J. SH.l.P I PROPRIETOR. Tampa Tribune of Sunday says: be permitted to court according to ::";: -
The schooner Sea Gull has arrived in --
AvenueThe he dictates of their own consciences t
port from Honduras with a varied when In the active service of the
--- - cargo of fruits. She will clear with state.

lumber. The Sea Gull last left this lot known as the Phflbrick lot on the south side of this avenue "See. S. That after the passage of -

THE OCKLA W AHA INN port during the altter part of January between the residences of Mrs. Austin and Mr. T. B. Snyder, is this act It shall be unlawful for any *",. -. -

at which miscellaneous time she merchandise cleared w lib and a cargoof tur- for: sale. This is large lot having 140 feet frontage and being 244 young woman who wears spectacles A few application wifl remove tan otHowaes I

.. A Pleasant,Homelike House pentine equipment for Honduras. The feet deep and is well above the level of the street ower because to It court Is stylish her until to permit she shall any wid-have .- and restore the beauty: of youth.

, r vessel had a very rough passage. encountering made affidavit before a Justice of the NADINOLA b guaraoteed tad moory

Elegant Airy Rooms and the heavy swells in the Car- peace that she finds more pleasure In funded if it falls to remove: freckle,
T p r ribean Sea where all of the deck cargo 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 frying batter cakes and sewing on bytes, liver-spots, collar dbcc&zatioear

was washed away. The cargo. owned J buttons than she does In nursing pet Jack-beads, disfiguring ciu Jtkau, stet la ,
very Choicest Table Board. by H. L. Anderson, of Ocala was fully cats and poodle dogs. treaty days. Leave the skin soft, ckajid
Insured by W. H. Osborne ,of this b "Section 4. Provides that after the teaWry. Endorsed by tbouuud.

,. Special Rates in Stmimzr, to city. All claims have been promptlymet. I passage of the act all children born to Price 50 cents and $1.00 by *& kadloftei I
a i legally married people In the state In .
Weekly and Monthly Board 0o excess of four shall at the age of 3 .* b. or by mail. Prepared,

A Safe Cough Medicine for ChildrenIn t JEWELRY WATCHES DIAMONDS.I years, taken charge of by the state ..ilional Toilet Co.,ParU.Tena

to- be raised and educated at public
rk F ers.MRS. buying a cough medicine for I expense. And section b. that the provisions 1

HATCHELL, children never be afraid to buy Cham- o of the act shall apply only to A Choice Stock :
.. berlain's Cough Remedy. There Is no I the white race o fthe state and that! j

... . : Proprietress. danger from it and relief is alwayssure It shall go Into effect whenever Theodora
:. 1'-' val- I of the United Of Fresh Beef Pork 1
.w" <" '. ." .. to follow. It Is-especially Roosevelt president ,
OCALA FLORIDA able for colds, croup and whoopingcough States, shall deem It expedient and
For sale by the Postofflce HAVE in the store just now one of shall signify the same by his procla And Mutton
--- Drugstore. v the most complete stocks of CUT matlon.
Is yet to be heard
The president
o JEWELRY of all kinds that a Florida Eggs Fish Oysters and

Caught in a Hopeless Trap, a Cyclone b store has ever earned. We have a complete Champion Liniment Fr Rheumatism Choice Fresh Family Gruc

Victim Cut His Throat I stock of musical instruments and! sheet
hand from
music. Japanese goods of all kinds, fine umbrellas Chas Drake a mail carrier at Chap- cries,.always on
Miss, March 5. One of the I 'T
Meridian. 'Chamberlain's
Examine theo ville. Cora. says: which to do your marketing.
sad tragedies of the cyclone was the o fine stationery, etc. Pain Balm Is the champion of all Hut i
8 suicide of Claude Williams, floor man- stork it is a pleasure to show the goods.I ments. The past year I wa troubleda Send or bring us your orders !1

I ,1t ager of the Meyer-Neville Hardware I great deal with rheumatism In my and they will have
company. Mr. Williams was at the shoulder. After trying several cures v
center of the first floor when it col- I?t the storekeeper here recommended this prompt attention.

I Is lapsed. His cries for help were heard o remedy and It has completely curedme. .- j
but all efforts to reach him were futile. I ." There Is no use of anyone suffering W. ENo. SMITH.
When he realized his doom he ended 0I from that painful ailment when
his sufferings by slashing his throat I this liniment can be obtained for a
/ .. with his pocket knife. His body was OCALA MUSIC COMPANY small sum. One application gives 98 North Magnolia St.

recovered at 7 o'clock next morning. I prompt relief and Its continued use

Mr. Williams was 23 years of age. unmarried I JEWELERS.: for a short time well produce a perma- Phone 77.6MONTHS.
and the only support of two Poztofflee
Ii nent cure. For sale by the

i a tI ,4t sisters oo I Drugstore..


young. gentle full blood Jersey {
Herbine is a boon for sufferers from old heifer calf. 3
cow; with three weeks
WE HAVE aneamla. By Its use the blood Is of Its
Will give not less than four gallon hole* man
quickly regenerated and the color becomes milk day when properly fed. Apply Adarnt < *t you buyCnlcproaP
Stock of Tools of all Kinds Shelf Hardware normal. The drooping strengthis per
The Biggest revived. The languor Is dimlnisa- FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES at this office.

Fencing. Farm Implements, Stoves, Fire ed. Health, vigor and tone predomi- THE BEST COUCH SYRUPS.
nate. Xew life and happy activity re-

Screens, Wagons, Baggies Doors, Sash and: sults. Mrs Belle H. Shriel Middle- Western Beef, Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef, Mutton, Ar es-probate Judge.' Otta- .AIl FJT the lira popaLrcolas; Wonted.
Blinds: Paints, Oils, Etc. troubled borough.with m,liver writes complaint: "'I have and been poor mour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork Sausage, Cabbage wa. Kan Apple.. write: TW Is to say that t. -r"O, ot*
I hare used Ballard's Horehound Syr- too.6 pun foe$LA
N blood and have found nothing to ben- Rutabagas Turnips Beets Sweet and that I do not hesitate Poe Ladies; Egyptian Cotton tax pairs
up for years
PRICES efit me like Herbine. I hope never to dotes ..eleacherr. .
TRY OUR GOODS AND NOTE OUR to recommend It as the best cough (or yew w< 4..4ee.1<*
be without it. I have wished that I Potatoes Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions. .
SOc. and
I have ever used. 25c,
syrup _
had known of It In my husband's' life sLL.Rtime

T. W. SMITH & CO., time." SOS at all druggists. W. P. EDWARDS, >1 at aU druggists.

See the -Kara IJnen" In the window Phone your Item of news any I Oc.aJ FIa.
Ocala, Fla.r i at the Postofflce Drugstore. Phone I0af City Kartet of the day or evening to SI or :is. ___

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C. L, BITTINGER & CO. Dr. Baskin, of Dunnellon. was In the '
- city today. He Is chairman of the President. T. MTJNROE..
Marion county democratic executive
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll committee and a call for said com- Vice President, Z. C. CHAMBLISS.

Proprietor and Publishers. mittee will be issued shortly. The date
r We work for the interest our Cashier. J. B. BROOKS.CENTRAL.
If. : set Is :March 17th which will be Sat-
:- C. L. BITTINGER. urday week.SCHOHELD.
customers and they work for ours.
Editor and General ManagerI .


MONROE & CHAMBLISS James McAlister SchofieUdied
: ,City Editor and Business Manager. at ;;1. Augustine where he was

passing the winter Sunday. He was In
his 75th He commanded at the
THE OCKLAWAHA fearful battle of Franklin which broke OF OCALA.
a the back of Hood's army and made

the victory of Nashville possible. He
A trip down the ever Interesting and :
MILLINERY OPENING I was secretary of war in 1S6S-69. and J. K. CHRISTIAN, GEORGE MACKAT.Z. .
: charming waters of Silver Springs ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR commanded the regular army from

1 yesterday to Pat Randall's grove at Hiss Ethel Harris of Richmond Va. 18SS to 1895. He was commander of DIRECTORS: T. T. m. "'ROE. c. CHAMBLISS.R. .

p Connor was a fresh reminder that who has visited the Eastern markets, STATE ATTORNEYTo the Loyal Legion. His home was at HERBERT A. FORD. s. HALT.1'IcIYER .
Bar Harbor. Mich. and New York was
there Is more In the man than In the arrived in Ocala this week and has accepted -
a position as trimmer with Mis the White Democratic Voter of his native state.PROFESSOR_
land In making a success of whatever
Mary Afflect. On Friday and Saturday the Fifth Judicial Circuit:
i be undertakes. It takes "git and grit" March Jth and lith. Miss Afflect I hereby announce myself a candi- LANGLEY DEAD

r. to accomplish anything and when successful will have her first spring opening. date for the office of state attorneyfor

f- the more Intelligently the labor showing many new and chick ideas the fifth Judicial circuit at the Professor Langley who has been trying '

Ir followed the greater the result. for early spring: ready-to-wear street democratic primaries to be held May for the past few years to perfecta AND MacKAYBuild
t- This U Just what Mr. Randall did In and shirtwaist hats. The ladies of 15th 1906. Edwin W. Davis. flying machine that would fly died

: resuBciatlng his grove which went in Ocala and surrounding country are In Aiicen. S. C.. Friday. Perhaps he

the big freeze of 1904-05. His father. cordially invited to attend the opening. has learned to fly by now.
1\. Mr. J. W. Randall, one of the pioneer We feel sure you will be Interested. FOR COUNTY JUDGETo

t residents of Marion had Just died. The date for Miss Af ect's display of the Citizens of Marion County: TACLOBAN BURNED

He U was ,who had planted the grove pattern hats wil be given later. I announce that I'-am a candidatefor .
and brought: it to perfection. 35 acres nomination and re-election to the Complete and Ready to Occupy Cottages -
Tacloban. Leyte P. L, was destroyed
;--tbe-uasslstanCe faithful ,
of his "FEWER GALLONS; office of county judge of Marion county by fire the other day. Loss 600000. ,
r P Bon. Mr. Pat Randall felt that subject to the democratic primary
x WEARS LONGER"The No fatalities are reported. The sixth
he could not abandon the grove and to be held May IS, 1906. regiment of which our young friend.C and Residences and Furnish Them
leave It as a sad memory. So he sets As I am engaged in the active administration ,
secret is out and Ocala can go V McDavld. is a member, is stationed -
to work to re-establlsh'/the same. of the duties of the office -
on living just as if the riddle had at Tacloban.
What It cost In labor money time never been asked. it will not be possible for me to From Cellar to Garret with Every-

and persistency only those who have No. it can't either. Ocala Is not make an active or extended campaign.I .
gone through the same discouragements solicit the support of the democratic 24 DEAD; 46 WOUNDEDIs
it before. Its
going to be what was
can appreciate and tell. But electors of Marion county and the revised report from Meridian
houses are going to be brighter: Its Needed be it Humble
and today has as pretty) thing an
be won out. people a little more prosperous-they pledge to them an honest faithful Miss, today ,
and productive and promising grove their and upright administration of the duties -
are going to have some of money
that can be found In a day's travel of the office if it be their desire
left to buy other things with. A RAID ON GAMBLERS
location Is Ideal It Is located on them. Cottage Palatial Home.
The The answer to this riddle Is this: that I shall again serve or
the right bank of the romantic Ockla- Respectfully. Joseph EciL Messrs. Will Hutson Chas. Smith
paint a building with fewer,
waha river. 16 miles from Ocala. The you Tom Bishop J. A. Weaver, Jinks Mc-
gallons of Devoe Lead and Zinc paint
postoffice is known as Connor. The Cranle and Will Lucius went out to
party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Jake than with mixed paints and It will BEAVERS TO GO TO LEESBURGThe Sliver Springs Saturday night and Build and Equip Deep Wells Sunk
wear several times as long as a building '
Brown. Miss Helen and Master Julius, gathered In six gamblers. All colored.
with lead and oil mixed by
: painted
Mrs. Levy of Nebraska City. Neb.. the Beavers Minstrel troupe ex- They were with two others who escaped Stores Churches School Houses Court Any size or to depth desired.
Miss I band. pects to go to Leesburg and play lvthat out in any
mother of Mrs. Jake Brown and were playing a game
Mabel Bittinger and the editor formed II There's proof abundant of It all over city Thursday night. the scrub. They fired on the officers Houses, etc.
f, the United States. There will soon be
Painting Paper Hanging
the passengers on Capt. Jim Nelson's who returned the fire with bird shots ,
abundant of It In Ocala.
a trim little launch. While the day was HAIR TELLS CHARACTERColor and sprinkled several of them freely. Construct and
What will people do with the rest Equipphosphate
1 not exactly ideal, the sun refusing to of their ? One big pistol was taken from one of Interior decorating roofing, etc. A com
r' shine his face and make the sparkling money of Hair Said to Indicate a Per- the prisoners. The men put up a bona
waters of the Springs irridescent with T. W. Smith. & Co. are agents- for son' TemperamentMany of $250 and their case will be heard Plants of any size, and a competent and skilled corps of of workmen always
this paint.CALL
colors the voyage was a most pleas- people believe, that blonde, or Wednesday before Mr. Sumter Bullock I plete stock of repair parts for same always ready to take charge of work.
ant and delightful one. It was the light colored hair denotes affection and Justice of the peace.

first time Mr. Qrown's family had FOR YOUR PRIZES dark colored hair constancy. A per- carried in stock.

taken a trip down the run ani son without hair is not devoid of The various county boards were In Builder's Material

It was their first sight In the way of Holders of ticket No. 638 In the character; far from It. The disposition sescsion today. The county commissioners Build Bridges

an orange grove. That it delighted I' lemon colored series and No. 9 In the of the average baldheaded man iso held a regular levee of-those: We carry at all times an immense stock of
them as It does all who have the good levender colored series, will please! show such solicitude for the welfare who wished corrections made in their

fortune to see such a beautiful sightas present them at the W. J. Chambers of 'others that he neglects himself tax assessments. Among those w> And in fact, do any and all kinds of conBuilder's Material, Lime, Brick, Plaster,
Randall's need not be Shoe Company and get their hat racks.The .: Mrs. M.
J French.
Mr. grove A germ causes baldness. Prof. recognized were C.
I repeated here. The grove was loaded Sabouraud. of'Paris France, innoc- E. Sears S. H. Gaitskill J. W Coulter struction work. Repairs and changes on Shingles, Lath, Paints, Oils, Roofing, tall

J; with ripe fruit. Many trees were in full Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars on culated a rabbit with dandruff germs W O Harrison, Pat RandalL E. kinds of buildings. Cement Sewer Pipe etc.
bloom and with such fragrant per- the day trains and Pullman SleepingCars causing it to become totally bald in O. Condrey, Mrs. Cline and J. W. I ,

fume were enough to make one long on the night trains of the Atlantic five week's time. To rid the scalp of Perkins the road overseer from across "

for such enchanting surroundings for- Coast Line examples of excellence these dangerous germs it Is necessaryto the Ocklawaha.The .
ever.Mr. and comfort.are apply Newbro's Herpiclde. Send us your orders. We carry by far, the largest, best and most varied stock i in Central

and Mrs. Pat Randall and Mrs.J. "Destroy the cause-you remove the Grace and Converse planing mill I Florida, and our business methods will please you. ,;
W. RandalL Mr. Randall's mother, effect. was sold today in an execution levied I
gave the party a cordial greeting anda The Crystal River Lumber Companyhad Sold by leading druggists. Send by the Martel Lumber Co. which execution Yours for a Prosperous Year, I IJY.cIVER
the misfortune to a lighter
make-yourself-at-home welcome lOc. in stamps for sample to the Her- was purchased by Mr. J. J.
such as Is ever in evidence at the hospitable .of lumber during the blow last week. picide Co. Detroit. Mich. Tydings -tCo Gerig, of the Postoffice Drugstore.

home of Mr. and Mrs. RandalLSo I The lighter turned of Valdosta.over and somethingMiss Special Agents Ocala. Fla. There were three mortgages on the & ::MacKA: Y
Mr. Randall has shipped Wilkins
far yery property the first, held by Mr. D. S.
little of his fruit having disposed of Crystal River News. WEATHER FORECAST Woodrow, for $2,500 and Interest. 9Contractors

the bulk of his crop to the Ocklawaha Another on a half interest in the Builders and Furniture Dealers
river tourists who have given him a If you want to enjoy clean airy Washington March 5.-Fair tonight partnership for $800 and another for t
this These" rooms with good attention and the with light frost In north portion
splendid patronage season. $900 on another half interest.It I
people are great on clusters of rust, best table board In the city ask Col- warmer in central and south portion. I .
for the rates of the Tuesday partly cloudy and warmer. PAY DAY AT DUNNELLON
onel Shipman
many selling from $I to $2 a bunch. was a very neat compliment Dr.
Most of Mr. Randall's trees are grape- Montezuma HoteL I
Hamill paid to the people of Ocala in
THE ELKS CAFEIs Saturday was pay day at Dunnellonand BARGAIN TIME
fruit and finer trees never grew. At making his farewell remarks Friday
the train today brought UD
present the market is up and this fruit I Mrs Arthur Clark is entertaining now serving regular meals at CO night. He said if he should come to noon
at least 300 hundred colored people
sells for $7 a box. Mr. Randall also 'Miss Wilkins of Valdosta.R cents, also board at $6 per week and Florida to live Ocala would be his
to leave their in the Brick
has a variety known as the King, will continue serving orders a la carte home, so impressed was he with the City.eager money RT

which he secured from Ex-Sheriff A. Green, a well known represen- according to bill of fare.G. town and the people. His visit to

Nugent and are of extra fine flavor. tative for "]. leading Cincinnati house, R. TROXLER Proprietor.PAY Silver Springs would ever be a de-

He has one tree a combination of the has closed his business at Clear- ligLtful memory. PROPOSALS I The Ocala Steam LaundrySEE

mandarin and tangerine which posses water. He shipped during the season YOUR TAXESIf

a flavor equal to the bouquet of the ,14,000 boxes of oranges and grape- you vote In the primaries your State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas Sealed proposals will be received at I I

best champagne. It Is no wonder that I fruit or about 60 cars. taxes must be paid on or before Friday County. 88.I the office of the clerk of the circuit
after tasting of these they sell for a I court at Ocala Fla. up to 12 o'clock
4. that be
May Frank J. Cheney makes oath
dollar a dozen. Mr. Randall Is so impressed The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore leadsin I I'is senior partner of the firm of F. J noon Friday, April 6th 1906 for the OUR RED LIST !
not- labor and material required for the
with the orange industry correspondence paper and envel- i FENEQUE Cheney & Co. doing business In the .
of eleven erection and completion of a two- I
withstanding his experience Parisian dim-
Fabric finish a
opes. city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid -
Don't use lime as a disenfectant. It ,
that he is putting outa story courthouse to be erected for Marion -
years ago ity In one pound packages envelopes -
paper. and that said firm will pay the
is valueless, except that it looks well Ocala'
Fla tobe situated In
40-acre grove half a mile south of to suit Is their leader now; of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor county. .
side of the and in a limited extent is an absorbent sum according to plans and specifications
and the
his home on same also the New Century exclusive linen of catarrh
each and every case '
beautiful stretch of hammock Dry dust is equally as good and on file at this office and at the office
river on a with envelopes. Do I
,writing tablets that cannot be cured by the use ofHall's .
land. Jake Brown was so enthused much cheaper. Use Feneque powderfor I of the architects, W. Chamberlin & ..
not fail to see this line of paper en- Catarrh Cure. ,
with the picture of Mr. Ran- velopes and tablets. disinfecting. It being an anti- Frank J. Cheney. Co. A certified check or draft for 8 WE MUST HAVE ROOM ,
will retain Its strength
dall's grove that he Immediately con- sceptic powder per cent. of the amount of the bid
the air. Useful for to before and subscribedin I
tracted 'with him to put out one and her when exposed to Sworn me must accompany each proposal as a
left all the details to Mr. Randall Mr. Mrs. G. C. Crom is entertaining of outhouses musty cellars damp places my presence this 6th day of Dec.A. guarantee that the successful bidder !

Randall besides being engaged In the niece. Miss Catherine Hampton chicken houses, hog pens and dog ken- D. 1886. A. W. Gleason. will make a good and solvent bond in I

orange Industry is a thrifty merchant Gainesville. I nels, or insects mites or fleas. Soldat (Seal.) Notary Public. the sum of $50,000 for the faithful performance I On Account I

a successful! trucker and the largest the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- of his contract. The right [
M B. Robinson was in town Satur- nally, and acts directly on the blood 1:5 reserved toreject or all bids or
sheep raiser In Marion county having any Of the Daily Arrival of :
over 2,090 head which under the able day. NOTICEThe and mucous surfaces of the system. to accept any bid which may be deemed

management of Major Priest are doing annual meeting of the stockholders Send for testimonials free. advantageous to the county, Ad- Our Big Line of
splendidly the grown sheep H J. Klutho was In town, today and of the Blount Real Estate Co. F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo O. dress all proposals to H. W. Long',
before the county commissioners on Sold by all druggists. 75c. Chairman Board of County Commis
averaging 4 pounds of wool aplence will be held on Tuesday the 13th diyof
the yield from the young ones being business. March. 1906. at 10 a. m. at the office Take Hall's Family Pills for consti sioners. Ocala Fla.

almost as great. This wool sells _on of the Blount Real Estate Company pation.

the dock for 31 cents a pound. He la Miss Great, a bright and pleasant in Ocala. Fla. E. K. Nelson. NOTICE TO VOTERSOF
who has Rev. P. E. Herndon and family ,,'h3ha.e EARLY SPRING GOODS
shipping lettuce at present and returnsare young lady of Philadelphia Secretary.CASTORIA COTTON PLANTA
netting his J2.50 and S3 a crate. been visiting the Peppers at Gainesville been visiting Mr Herndon's soa-

Later Mr. Randall will plant beans and is now a guest of Mr. and Mrs. in-Iaw Chief Brigance departed to- meeting of the democratic voters I .
are losing no time in preparing for Crom and later she will take a trip day for their home at Green Cove of district No 4 (Cotton Plant pre-

nlBcance in as fine a prepared dinner; down the Ocklawaha and visit the Springs. cinct) is hereby called for next Satur- I I

under the orange trees as it has ever' East Coast. She is delighted with day -afternoon :March 10th, 1906, at We Are Selling Our
been our pleasure to partake of. It Florida climate. For Infants and Children. J. S. Auchincloss. of New York 2:30 o'clock at the voting place for the
was fit for a king and the credit is City and one of the heavy stockholders purpose of electing a chairman a secretary : Entire Stock of Winter Goods -

due to Mrs., Brown's thoughtfulnessand Other may have furniture, but for The Kind You Han Always! BoughtBears in the Dunnellon Phosphate Company and a member of the executive At ACTUAL COST.

culinary skill. A pleasing incident the same price our good are better. is in the city attending a meet- committee and to transact such other

was meeting for the first time Ocala Furniture Company. the ing of the stockholders of the phos- business as may properly come before

Mr. Randall's mother a lady of grac- S1gnatur80fudge phate company. the meeting. J" L. B. Hudgens
ious dignity and kindly greeting who Member of Com.
told with what Intent she awaits each R. EL Tongs the plumber mad JOHN M. GRAHAM ELECTEDCOMMITTEEMAN
water connections today with the T. THE BOSTON STORE
week the arrival of her favorite paper H. Wallis lot. preparatory to beginningwork W. S. Bullock and Acting FOR OCALAAt Death Rate In New York and Chicago

the Star. on the foundation of the new State Attorney E. W. Davis left today the meeting of the democratic

building. for Tavares to open court, accbom- voters held Saturday afternoon JohnM. During November and December
Rev. Wm. Shaw who is so pleasantly pamed by W. K. Zewadskl, who will Graham city clerk and a studious 1903. one fifth of the deaths in New

remembered In Ocala because of the Tonight March 5th at 7:30 the Ep- conduct a case for E. L. Freyermouth.Miss young lawyer was elected to represent York and Chicago were from pneu-
great Sunday school work he has done worth League will hold an Important Ocala In the county executive com- monia. Foley's Honey and Tar not ...

In the state is now field secretary of meeting. Officers are requested to be : Louise Nixson. after aery mittee. He was nominated by Marshal only stops the cough but heals and WAGONS AND BUGGIES. ,
the of the Christian
national association -
present and submit full written re- pleasant stay with Mrs. W. C. Bull Cleveland and his election was unani- strengthens the lungs and prevents
church. He filled the pulpit of ports. and Mrs. Geo. 1... Taylor returned to mous. There was no other business pneumonia so do not take chances on
the Christian church In this city yesterday Goinesville Saturday.A before the committee. a cold wearing away when Foley'sHoney
to the delight of his hearers. Mr. Geo. A. Ledford,, who Is the and Tar will cure you quicklyand If you are thinking of buying a buggy. carriage, set of harness or a

i traveling representative of the H. E.i GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE St. Petersburg la to have a new (the prevent serious results. Sold by saddle see oui stock before doing so.Ve have a splendid line of

In lIon town Baskin.He has of Anthony been a successful was- i Bucklen Medicine Co. of Chicago was Stock of general merchandise all third) newspaper. The plant Is being the Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. carriages and buggies of all kinds, styles and grades also heavy turpentine

in the city today making his annual Kood and clean located on railroad installed now.
farmer and trucker but this contracts with the newspapers. and near two large sawmills and turpentine P. J. Coates of South Lake' ? wagons, light farm wagons. and a fine stock of harness, sad

lettuce Is one crop.season He he will forgot go easy to put on truck In a stilL Fine stand for cash here Weir and the has photographer his studio up-stairs has located over dies, lap robes, whips, and in fact, everything in this line of goods
Miss Florence Walters has ben for
trade. Good reason selling. Applyat
this season as last season was a dis- Clear Havana Advocate.
In ill for the past few days. this office.LODISYILLE. CigarsThe the postorftCt"-Dunnellon
astrous one. Of the 150 acres general S A. STANDLEX& COMPANY
crop at Anthony last year only ,
Death Rate in New York Chicago
Mr. W. J. Edwards fromIrvine
came up
27 are In truck this season. & KASHTILLE R. R.
and spent Sunday and today i.i
complete line of the celebratedEl During November and December West oi Square.

air. H. M., Oyer. postmaster at Citra. the city. BEST LINE Sello Clear Havana Cigars manu- 1903 one fifth of the deaths in New

was In the city Friday and reportedthe factured by Messrs. Fernandez Reich York and Chicago were from pneu-
cold snap of the 1st did consider- ..Curtain poles, straw hats, window To Birmingham, Nashville, Memphis, and Brunner of Tampa, Is carried In monia. Foley's Honey and Tar not

able damage to the orange bloom In shades, dish pans, silver plate table- Knoxville, Louisville, Cincinnati, stock from 5 to 20 cents each.Huyler's only stops the cough but heals ani:

the Citra neighborhood. Reports alsocome spoons, teaspoon and knife and fork St. Louis, Chicago and All Points strengthens the lungs and prevents MARION FARMS STABLES
back combs
dust buggy
from McIntosh and South Lake set. pans, pneumonia no do not take chances ,
whips and picture frames on our lOc. NORTH AND WEST i
Weir that the- cold did considerable ''on a cold wearing away when Foley's ,
Ocala Bazaar. CandiesIn INCORPORATED.
counter.. The ( )
damage at those points.t Route ef the Fameu Tourist Train 'I'Honey and Tar wil cure you quickly l
and prevent serious results. Sold by
| will be of passing interest to many Mr. 1... J. Molloy. one of the skilled CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED h, 1 andpound boxes and all of the Postoffice Drugstore.

of our readers who beard Dr. HamilTslectures machinists of the left Ocala today Foundry for Cor-and Only Solid Pullman Train to the West. the little novelty packages. Also GENERAL LIVERYFine
Machine Works 1
on Bible subjects during the dele Ga. where he will accept a position With Observation Library and magazines and newspapers. Florida oranges are again bringinga
late Sunday School Convention to good price in Northern marketsalways -
know that he was a soldier in CoL wUh! the Tomlin Harrison Machine Dining Car Ocala House News Stand the case when a commodity gets
Works. Leaves St. Augustine. 8:20 a. m. dally. ,
M. Martin's 9th Florida regiment.
John. scarce.' Carriages Buggies and Traps :.
Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 a. m. daily. ,
H.spoke, as an illustration of the beseeching .
cries of one of Cot. Martin's Jill Harris, a former resident of Arrives Chicago 5:10 p. m, next day. COOK WANTEDA Drummers Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. 4

men. who was wounded and lay two Ocala but since of the wild and woolly Arrives St. Louis. 2:10 p. m. next day. '
outside the breastworks crying west, has been spending a month at Through sleepers also operated on i good cook to go to Homosassa.
days In for water. Jacksonville. He is now at Lady Lake A. C. L. 8:05 p. m.., train. Jacksonville Fare paid down and good wages. Apply -
out agony
negotiating for the Sam Sligh prop- to St. Louis and Chicago. Practical to this office. FINE VEHICLES FAST HOR8E&h

|Cr. Frank Lytle. who has chargeof erty. Ak for Tickets Via L. A N. NURSERY TREES ;

the Sunset grove at Stanton. was In CARPENTER AND BUILDER .
town Saturday and to our Inquiry If Why send! your orders away for en- For Information as to rates to all Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
North and chedules and About 500 fine one-year-old buds for
for one Of the points
frost had done any damage to th3Or&1g8 graving. We are agents r made an contract
the Careful estimates on
Boarded the Month Rate.
blossoms on the east side of the best engravers In the country and full Information. call on any ticket sale. Parson Brown on sour stock. by at Special
Geo. EL Herring. Fla. Pass '. work. Gives more and better work Clean stock. No Insects. Apply to
agent, or
satisfaction. See our sam-
not In the least all of guarantee
which lak x said Is pleasant news. ples. Tie Postofflce Drugstore. Act, L. & N, Jacksonville Fla. I for the money than any: other In town. J. E. Adams South Lake Weir. J. R. MARTIN. Manager.

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The officers here received a telegram

Star phones 51 and 265. Saturday from Sutherland College to .
BANK look out for two boys 16 years of age. g S6 twC714i --1
The boys got off here and Mr. Tom. ..-I. :
meet Wednesday nightOdd
Bishop took them In charge and car- ,
ried them to the Montezuma hotel See K Tfiese
OCALA, FLA. Fellows meet Tuesday evening.Mr. 6 t
where he kept them under guard until
one of the teachers -of the college How 6 Close -
B E. Rayson went up to Gainesville came up yesterday and took them e I 28

today. back to school. The boys were Earnest Close ..6lahesThese'

Wilson of Tampa. and Henry Crawford zo M t I'"Y",
BRANCH OF TIlECqMMERCIAL We are second to nobody on blank of Arcadia. They said they ran wm .

books. Come and see the line. The away because they were mistreatedat -
Postofflce Drugstore.Mr. the school and stoutly asserted this Meshes

BANK: to the teacher's face, declaiming that, I..tttIe ? t
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and Mrs. J. B. Cutler went to while he might carry them back. they Are. ---- 'DJ ,
Gainesville today. would not stay. .A. ._ \

JACKSOXVILLE, FLA.COMING. We carry the largest and very best THE ARTIFICIAL STONE CO.Mr. r
assortment of druggist's sundries in Top and bottom bars, Xo. 10, galvanized wire; Intermediate bars, Xo. 11, !galvanized' I

the city. Tydings & Ca. J W. Crosby and his associatesare wire Xo.
; Stays 12 galvanized wire 12 inches
losing no time in preparing for apart. .:. } *J ,4-

Rev. D. L. Geiger, corresponding business with their artificial stone 4 3
secretary of the state Baptist association making plant. They have leased :Mr. LARGE STOCK, QUICK SHIPMENTS. ,
spent Sunday at Montbrook. and J. R. Martin's old cigar factory and
nllled the pulpit of the Baptist church. will establish their plant in it. They \ The Largest Stock of Light and Heavy :
have a carload of cement en route and }

You can still get fancy china and hare begun hauling sand and the plant.
staple crockery at the Ocala News for making the stone has been shipped. HARDWARE SASH DOORS AND I
:Entertainment for ]ladies Company. This Is our regular line, The first work done will be for :Mr.: i. ,
AX and have It all the time. Wallis* big business block, to be followed -
gentlemen. The great by many other contracts. This f BLINDS FIRM [ MILL AND
will also make flags for side- ,
American phenomenonMISS Mr. C. V. Roberts went to Live Oak company
Saturday on business. walks. I

Stoves and ranges and blue flame FOR SALE-Goo-1 set of harness ,

oil stoves, all sizes and prices. Call saddle, bridle etc. cheap for cash. Apply -
ANNIE MAYABBOTT and look the stock over. Marlon Hardware at Star office. OILS, ETG.JETG.

Company.Mr. .
Dr. S. H. Blitch manager of the ,kc : Carried In Central Florida. T t* -

H. G. Eagleton came up from Commercial bank was caled to Jacksonville - -- .
Tampa last night. today on business. This is the Implement fir Your Spring Crops. !'t.

The finest and most beautiful hall Our lace and embroidery countersare MHRION HJ\RDWARE: :
racks in antique and golden oak and filled with big values., The Ocala QO..JOC7flL7 j.
THE [LITTLE GEORGIA MAGNET mahogany that has ever been shownIn Bazaar.Mr. ,

Ocala. McIver & MacKay.Mr. : : t F=L-H.: ..-
W. H McRalney, of Wlldwood.

The Most : McKinney, of Candler, was In was a business visitor in town today. We are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence ] -

town today.
WonderfulWoman FOR SALE-A good 5-room house Also.'T

FOR SALE-One large Hall safe, with hall; good water; one acre, beautifully -
cheap for cash. Apply to D. Camp- located north of B. H. Sey t
bell. Star office. mour's. Terms cash. Apply to W. H. XLIGTOR
In The McConn spoke and rim factory.

Messrs. G. G. Maynard and R. B.
World! Clark of Rock Springs and Walter Mr. H. D. Evans.the naval stores
Ray. of Leroy were In the city to- operator of Conant was in town to- Would you like to have a seat at the
day. day. opera in your own home How would
you like to hear your favorite voice in
by Twenty
song or recitation In the quiet of your
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Is If you are going to put down mat ''
Prominent People.THIRD now serving Ice cream at its popular ting, we would like to show you whatwe own parlor This and more Is yours
If have L
you a ., .
a-- ..
fountain. The Ice cream season has have in that line. Ocala Furniture
been opened at this popular resort. Company.

The Ocala House had forty-thr Victor eY
James B. Badger, one of the cattle
Sunday arrivals.
140 NIGHTS IN THE GREAT ALHAMBRA THEATRE, LONDON ENGLAND kings of the:Marion meeting was of In the town Confederate today attending rah

See the toy flying machines at the veterans. ,
Ocala News Company. From 5 to 25
Will be at the Opera House Thursday Night, March 8 cent:. Talking
Our'art department is complete. A

Reserved Seats 50c General Admission 35c Children 25c. magnificent stock of pictures in oil
; ; Mr. F. L. Watson came down from and water colors and pencil sketches.
Cltra and spent Sunday at th-a Ocala C
Frames to match any picture. Hun- Machine :
House. dreds of styles. Visit this department. fl-:

Mclver & MacKay. .

'Phone 150HERMITAGE The Pullman Buffet Parlor Car on

the day trains and Pullman Sleeping Marshall Phillips brother of Charles, aO
Cars on the night trains of the Atlan now In Carthage. N. C, had WE HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES "HIS MASTER'S VOICE"
tic Coast Line are examples of excel. the misfortune while working on a
I DAIRYFor I lence and comfort. house recently to have the scaffold
give way. He fell breaking his leg RECORDS? YES.We
and lacerating the flesh severely. He
Julien Robinson has come up from
has the sympathy of his Ocala
Your Tampa home In"and this will city in with future his make brother his, friends. many have all you coull: want to select from, and ire would like to have you come in

Emmett. and ask us to play them to you. Our stock of records is the most complete in Central]

Pure Milk and Cream A\"TED-Copylng on typewriterto With FURNISHED or without ROOM board. Upstairs TO RENT-room Florida.

do at home. All work done promptly in one of the city's best resident sec i
neatly and accurately. Address L. tions. Apply at this office. i
C :McClelland Bellevlew, Fla.
Delivered Your
Every Morning at Door. Mrs. G. S. Scott will give In compli-

Messrs. Chas. Peyser and Maurice ment to Miss Gertrude Rheinauer and

and Guaranteed. Strauss have returned from a business Miss Mary Davenport a card party
Quality Purity trip to Tampa. Friday evening.All THE ORIGINAL,

kinds of Perfection Shoe Polish OLY'S BOmw TAn
FOR SALE-A well established ,
for dressing white canvas shoes, lot
mercantile business In Ocala. Owner J14l{
a bottle at the Ocala Bazaar.
Florida East Coast Railway. must give his time and attention to and TAR
other interests. Address the Star office .
Cures Coughs Colds Croup La Grippe Asthma Throat
If you mean business. Miss Grace Hatchell will entertain in the

In 9 ) Miss Davenport Wednesday evening. > and Lung Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption YELLOW PACKAG$
Local 1 Time Card No. 61. Effect January 19J)6. The finest, largest and most varied

60UIH.eOUNO-NEAO DOWH. NORTH-BOUND-READ! ever stock shown of jeweler's In this goods market.of Ocala all kinds Music rect Our, both weather as to thermometers quality and price.are cor-The Sold and Recommended by the Postoffice Drug Store.

No. 99 No. 35 No.29JNo.' S3 STATIONS '0. 1S'No. 1.'No. 28'No. 0s Company; Jewelers. Postoffice Drugstore.
Dally I Dally Dally I Dally 1 Dally Dally Dally|Dally
r Young Drayton. the builder for the

_820_P .429 9s 928 a.__00 a L.--Jaehou"WeAr.. So. JacbouTiUeLy 7-sa 7 2'l P I'I-710_I' 7 7 33 40 -I a_140_.. returned Mrs. T.home L. Johnson today after of Grove a visit Gaiter section was In town today pur-
PI --
980 P I 6> 40 p 10 35 .906. ) .. .._Aocustlue_ 620 P 640 P 630 710 a her sister. Mrs. T. D. Bryan. Mrs.Bryan's chasing hardware supplies to erect anew PURE LIQUORS LOW PRICE
___' 6 19 1':1111: __ ._Hating,_" I 6> 3\j\ I'__ r. 42 &I..- little old home for Mr. Hugh Ross, who
6 2S: pI r. 63 I 6> 2. 6 to four-year daughter .
10 P s n p ii so al, 8 U a LvEut Palatka.-Ly p a her. had the misfortune to lose his by fir:
1045 P 1 00 pi'i'Ma: 10 10 a Ar_ Palatka._L. r.00 p 6:10: P I 00 a a IS aI accompanied last Tuesday.
965 p I 600 pill 05 a 9 20 a.. L,......_ Palatta _At 700 P 700 P I 65 a 7 OS) a
__ 1 65 12 65 a.._.__ Ar......_SaaMateo.-- 10$ P 10:; p----- Disinfect with Feneque Powder. Sold
00 p 106 pl 8 05 &.8m? _!. L..___San Mateo.-- J65 p JM P 100 al 9 00 a at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Mr. Any lady will be proud to possessone We are closing out our grocery business to make room in which to handle our rapidly
__ 7 18 p,12: 06 p,_ Lv-.r-!oocoara..---L. 44 9 P_ 4 t.i al)_ of our elegant dressers and dress-

==: 7 7 S3 4O Cgg;; p p,== ::==--Dupont.BunaetI. ._._._: 129 4 36 p p--- 4 122 3J :1i"ifi"P == D. W. Tompkins and :Mr.: C. A. ing tables In golden oak. mahogany, growing shipping or mail order liquor business, which;is far bigger than ever before

8 24 pi i ..'11 02 a :....Ormond Hol.L_...: : : p-._. -- Liddon. who accompanied him to mar- blrdseie maple or white enamel. Mc of
for brand
Send orders special Wines Gin
8 34 p ;55 p 11 12 a Ormond t02P p360.823.! Iver & MacKay. us your any Whiskey, Brandy, or Beer.
.. ket last week a fine lot of
1160 pItS p 1 06 20 a _Daytons._' I 62 I' 111 P S 37 a r. 12 a purchased
867 pi 15 -_ Orang. : g I' 3 25 .. horses for the livery business. Our business methods and quality of goods never lose a customer. We are distributorsfor
U20-; 9 20 pi 136 pit: 44 a A----: "--'y SMp 302 a11u< a6O6 Conductor C. R. Puffin of the S. A.

1021 2 .144 ... p Ar..__Lake Helen...-...Ly.. 124SS: t p iO:p p The best line of post cards In the I*, Is at home on the sick list. Schlitz and A. B. C. Beer,
10 III a 10 III a 166 M I' __Orange City._. Ii 3S 1"12 3S: I' r.t1l Jo! r. t\l\ P
1045 a 46 a I 6 00 Pl.! p 00 Orange City Junction 00 12$0 pI'I; SO p 610 p 610 p city at the Ocala News Company. All
The ladies of St. Margarets Guild
12 30 a II' p 148 6t a L.-biew bmyrnLv S 12 618 P 2 U a 1 i& a kinds of views.
___ 66 P 2 13 ._Oak 1IU1_Lv.. 244 1'_ 2U: a''_ will take orders for French hemmingand 1-
129 a 10 .J p I t8 p 1211 P Ar .._ _TltusYtU&_...__ 2 08 p 2 6\1\ P I 4S al. to a hemstitching table linen; also
810 a 9 8 ..___ Ar ._. .....nforo-L. 11lA: ) .1110 a Z There were three drunks In the will take orders for aprons and Ki- Cl b -'
__ aU 20 a 1____ LY_.....- Sanford.-...._.Ar __ __ ---1--11120 SO a mayor's court this morning fines $5 monas. Please leave orders with Mrs. Maryland u r .. ,
129 a 36 248 P 12 41 P LvTUu.u1lleAr 108) t iii P a, I II a and costs each. Crom, at the rectory on Oklawaha av '1

'==tl 1173 17 p p 3 326 21 p p.-. .. ::::=Rockledge Cocoa ::=Lv: 1 u t== J 00 :'== enue. All orders promptly attended to. I- "Mellowed by the stealing ..--1,
Bedroom suits
and Iron beds In end-
I S6 P 1 S4 P -_..R ledge Hotelr." 124 P 215 P-- boon of time.sasarzas..
_140001 4I4 P_ .. ..Eau Gaau......." 1211 P_ 122") a_ less variety and design. Iron beds,
1212 a .21 P_ -..._Melboum......" Ii S'J P,_ 1212 some .5 different styles prices from Mr. E. L. Ryan train master ftf the Pure tastes old because it is old ,
iM a 16i p- -SebuUall- 1100 .__ 1127 p_ S. A. 1., was. In town. today. rye
1 U a 6.. P ._.__ _SL Luele_- U 01 .1.,. __ 10 sa p 1__ $2.75 to $27.60 each. At McIver and It is time has
4 10 1 00 a lOOp 'Ii P "_Fort l'1eree......." 10 M .111$ p1030 p1262 a. MacKay. a whiskeY-'which broughtto
125 a 820 p- -Tlbb&1l1_" 1022 .__ 857 p- Electric house wiring. Guaranteed It is 'written down old .
729662/ p_ "_Eden_- 1011.._ 963p.... material and workmanship. The Yonge ripeness.
629 ----.lenten- 1013 a_ lit' Mr. Graham of Grahamville. was In
13s a p -
24 a 638 P_ ..___Stuart_- 1001 a.-1 :'" 8 37 pl_ the city today. & Cline Co. ,, with all the characters of age"-mellowness '

== u; a a 101 7 21 p == ::.._.... West Hob J0 Sound I _., .., : 9 938 21 .a== :08 49 :1:== M' ripeness, flavor. .

.07 a.. 110 a 7 M p 6 aS P Ar....West Palm Beaca_.. 160 al0 as a 8 IS P 11 00 P Our line of toilet soaps perfumes and J. :){. Harrelson. former section for- t'' There several so-called "Club"
617 a.. 160 121 P 6 ao p L... ._Palm Beach--Ly 810 a 10 25 a 8 OJ p'IO 60 P cosmetics is unsurpassed. Tydings man at Leroy. but now of Alachua. I are
9:1 100 831 P 640 P _West Palm Beach...Ar au "1000 a 738 pl0 2S P ..
62S a 869 P- "_, Boynloo-LY, 7 t8 7 IS p Company. with his family, is visiting friendsat '' Whiskeys that are not Maryland Club.
lsa a 1108 p_ ..__-Pclray_- 718 a_ 703 pIgg Leroy. 1. You tell it the
; === :: :: : :=== : ..Fun Laaderdale Danla __: 6 619 42 ::1=== :: C== State Convict Inspector Newton A. J, can by *u

16t a 10 20 P -_Hallaadaler......." I 30 al_ 618 p_ BUtch was In town today coming uo Andirons in Iron or brass neat and /
_-+_- 720 alOU p_ -_LemoIlCttJ105 a''_._ 621 p.._ from Citrus county. artistic from 1125 to $7 per pair, at /
g gas 780 a.110M. P 726 p Ar_M1amt_Lv tw a'IO p 620 p the Marion Hardware '
o x000 ::1-- sr f=ao aud ft flU =I13,' : p.- The famous Karpen leather furniture -

.. BaOtt Parlor Can on trains Buffet Sleeping Can oa train 35,99.28,9L in straight and rocking chairs :Mrs. Tom Wallis and children have IMPORTANTOur 3
I Davy except Sunday. and couches. Nothing finer made. At returned from their visit to Savannah.

Crown Dandruff Cure wui keep the
SOUTHBOUND 10.23:- I..27tN.: nt'...<13- "S.L'VoJrr1-: Na- **Y '. 83iN., '.::- S. H. Galtskill. the cattle grower of scalp clean. Fifty cents a bottle, at
DaNy Daily only onn EL SUti*ll D UT Oa''HT Dan, E.jpi II.. Marion was in town today. the Postoffice!' Drugstore. *- :s '
J J J (? f D prices are figured on the very low-
Lr JacksonvilleAtSL a 00 a loot 20 a 110 p2M pUoO 4 20 8*> a 10 9 00 p
AocostlaeKOBTHBOCKD: 9 00 a'10 00 a 10:30 a 2 10 pl60| pl400 pU I> SO S tI_20_P1 II SO pl0 00 p Feneque powder for stock, cattle - est cash basis and under no circumstances
": :: ..:::==:.:.. "
No. 74Oallf. I.. 30 ...78t'.0- 44 1II'a Z.IIII;. 38-N.* 28tH.'ItNa_ nt1la Ia' poultry and hogs. Prevents disease = will we ship goods C. O. D. as the Express -
also drives Insects. Sold the
I ( away at
: I Daily" Dan, Daily 0 any Dan: Dan, | Daily [ Dally JEen a46ia Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Mr. 1 P Jlt , Company will only take whiskey at

i8*.Aocnatioe a 4O cio f> a 9O 13 1O p,11 1O .ll 4O J 7 40 J s 20 ai I 65 : .12r;. -- owner's risk and open. The law will not
Ar JacksooTtUe- 40 p 7 10 p 7 X) pi, 1 10 P 1210 pli 40 7 40 ai840: ajaao J 65 A. B. Chltty, a prominent
= allow them to C. O. DVe
a Trains composed exclusively ef Pullman or Parlor Can and extra teat fan will be cnarfed. sale groceryman of (' () \ WhOle-I ship liquors
t Day. coaches operated on these train on wblco no extra or_%faxe b cnarced.Gott in the city today.Remember Sya will accept Express orders postoffice,

SS No. 911No.' I Dally 0.17Ia No. gg No.: to 11(0.99B.e. 'we carry the only complete money ordersone and two-cent stamps and ..

Only. Only Son.J Dally Snn.gF, ldaygora Branch Day Oaly S.w Dally line of office supplies in blank checks on parties we know are-O.. K. We
books in Ocala Ocala News Com- I
200 lOOp 815 a L.--Jaeka.Jn.aue-Ar i au a 1210 6 60 51.2 Carmichael'sSpecialPURE I I buy for cash and sell for cash, and give
240 p11060 a340! 86t. .rPablo Beaeh160.11 r.o 460 pany.
246 I 8 45 669 :-AUanne lleaea. 645 :n 46 445a 7 YEAR OLD RYE our customers the benefit of having
jtH : : : : ==
00 : 700 915 .._.._Maypon.L.y 630 g0 430 s
C. J. of Is
McCranie. Higley. gettingup Four full quarts delivered for.. ... ..... ... .............!> 25 no bad accounts. We buy direct from
peUNSLUK .l'm' OCCIDENTAL STEASIlIP CONNECTiONS AT HLUIL a petition to be appointed game
warden of the county. Two full quarts delivered for.. ..... ...... ........... > II distillers, get the best goods on earth ami-

Collection Made at Mind vltk Sleaauhlts. .! tie> P.&: 0. S.S. Ctmfuj far 4 3 One quart delivered for...... ...... ...... ................ 1 tt no middleman's profit.
Mrs. W. T. Gary gave a book partyto s Pints 5oe.; half pints %$e. pay
: Havana, Key West and Nassau. the Ocala High school teachers

1 Saturday. Cover the left eye and see if the EMS to
Three Each Week.
Sailings BH sections cf tie above circle appear
Trains discharge passengers at ship's lde. No tra.sf>r*. Goods that are good, at prices that
cqualy! dark and distinct. If not you
... These Tlme'Taba..ahow the which tnJna may be expected to arrive at and depart are right backed by a reputation that Lire visual defect whkn!
from the several claUon.but tnelr arrival or departure at the lima atated ..Dot r>araate d we are proud of. Ocala Furniture Astigmatism & SON C01
sot la tol*Company to be bold reaponjlpte for any delay or any eonjequeneoe artalBt theratroa. Company.Mr. should be corrected at once. Trj tea, THE CARMICHAEL
left ia tie
axes manner.
.. For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information aye ,

"SEE THE TICKET AGENT. Oscar Burnett. who left Ocala Then call on Dr. D. II. Beney. he will 1OC7gL7f
nearly two years ago for Miami ha correct It. Optical parlors, upstairs,
; J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Oen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUQU6TINE. FLA. changed his residence to Daytona. Gary building Ocala FLAB

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I ;-. ONE DAY ONLY - LITHOGRAPHY.- I How Is Baby Today ? 1 F

I I Tfc* Peealtar Aevldvat by>> Walea ItHas I Better thank In fact, quite well- Humor cn3 PhilosophyBy
you. ,
: DI._.. .... .
. March 9 1906 i j Fat round and full of Lie and m.scluei
Friday One of the DUNCAN M. SMITH
greatest ever In of Sense
]Pink and white flesh, dotted with dia-'I the Name
made was the result of the purest acci f ,
pies. No cough no indigestion.All .
dent. It was the year 1794 The |
AFTERNOON AND zena of Munich had Just witnessed em-I' on account ofadministered I' IN SUMMER LAND. that good common sense

NIGHT PERFORMANCES first triumphant performance of -
In South America sit
zart's opera "Don Juan" and the theater ; And work the palm leaf fan. of which all of us have a
was deserted by all SATe one i And ,
man. pretty B"rls accumulateA
Alois :Sennefelder who. after making j I lovely coat of tan.

[] [] a round of inspection in the building e And when 'they meet upon the"street share, how can you continue
I They don t say "How T do? ,
to see that no sparks bad Ignited any ' They lust look up and sort of grunt.
SEIBELBROS1OOG[ thing combustible, retired to his room by a mother whose love "la 't hot enough for J"ou- to buy ordinary 1

to stamp the tickets of admission for .
I ass tempered with common sense. The gay thermometer hangs out
the day following. When be entered f She knows that OZOMULSION is At ninety In the shade stale and dusty as they must :
his apartment b. bad three things in I And always puts In overtimeIn I
his hand-a polished whetstone which a fountain of energy for grown-ups, working at Its trade.A be when for 5; can getUneeda I
he had purchased for too. It stops waste of flesh. It make snowball would to them look good you II
a ticket stamp still moistened razors plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble They For do It is not safe count to bet it baring fun I

[] with printing Ink and a check on the folk it is the chief nourisher at life's To fit around and sweat. f

treasurer of the theater for hU weekly feast It cures Consumption when No overcoats or sealskin sacks Biscuit

AND[ PONY8HOSReplete salar.5 be placed the latter upon taken in tim:. Ail druggists sell it- Or heavy underwear

the table a gust of wind swept it high 50 cents and $i.oo the bottle. Let us Adorns their ladies yon may bet
\\hat cash you have to spare.
up in his room for a moment and then send
youFree Such heavy dress would cause distress.
deposited It in a basin filled with wa So when abroad they walk fresh from the oven protected

ter. Sample Bottle by Mall They only wear enough BO that ,

with New Ideas, New Acts, New Paraphernalia and Sennefelder dried the net paper as Write letter or postal toOZOMUl.SION The neighbors will not talk. from dirt by a package the I

well as be could and then weighted, it Tea down below the isthmus

down with the whetstone, upon which CO. When It is winter here of which makes
200 ANIMAL.S I beauty
O8 Pine Street. Now York very
he had before carelessly placed the They have the good old summer time. I
And. though: It may seem queer
The handsomest and most highly educated ever assembled stamp. When be returned to his room And quite absurd upon my word. hungry.

under one management. A pleasing entertainment for all the following morning he was astonIshed MdVER The thing Is as I atate you
at seeing the letters of the stamp Go look In jour geographyOn
classes-a perfect Fairyland of delight for the children! page US.
printed with remarkable
accuracy UPIOD

: WATCH FOR THE BEAUTIFUL STREET PARADEat came the to dampened him. lie paper.wondered A whether thought FUNERAL DIRECTORS An Insinuation. !

IITOO: o'clock, a. m. A glittering pageant, which is only a by some such means be could not simplify Undertakers and Embalmers -r

suitable forerunner of this marvelous exhibition. :: :: :: n bill work of continually copyinghe :
: songs of the chorus. lie went out Fine
Doors open for the afternoon performance at t:30 (perform. and purchased a large stone, commenced

ance at 2 :30)); Ni ht, doors o PJWELRf 7:30 (performance 8:30): ). making experiments and as we all and Burial RobesAll t +
know now finally discovered the art

of printing from stonelithography.EXECUTION Work Done by Licensed Embalmers -

and Fully Guaranteed

'The Way the Death Sentence Is Carried -_ s --'rC
Ont la England.

The ceremony of disposing of a condemned "When I see Niagara I always feel
I have nandsome and stock of beautiful and
a complete **
spy In the English army always tempted to Jump In.

modem Jewelry Watches of all kinds and prices, follows a definite precedent. The SECOND-HAND SHOESFOR "Strange how we stifle our brightest

Diamonds! Rings, Broaches, Chains, Fobs, FraternityPins unfortunate man is surrounded by a MEN. Impulses!
detachment of Infantry, and after he
Charms etc. An fine line of Cut
exceptionally fa provided' with a pick and shovel he As good as new and at great Sounded Like It..Tessie's .
Glass at living prices. Fine China, heavy warranted la marched off to a selected and .
spot mother had just moved with FOR
A of men'sshoes RHEUMATISM,CUTS
bargains. $4 pair ,SPRAINS
Plate and Sterling Silver Table] Ware. Sterling Silver ordered to dig his own grave. This ter family Into a fiat The familystave A SURE CORE WOUNDS OLD SORES: CORNS,BUNIONS I
done, the tool are taken from him $2-50; $3 pair for $1.5010 them bad also been moving. A ,GALLS BRUISES. CONTRA '. !
Novelties and Toilet Articles. Edison and
Phonographs and his eyes are bandaged. The attending $I 75 and they are just as goodas thunderstorm came up and made Jes- ED HUSCLES LdfEDc'' BAC[ 5TlzF JOINTS FROSTED FUT. I''
Records, Fountain Pens, etc., etc. Watch repairing a chaplain reads portions selected ale afraid. EUR.iS.SCAL i
would get for $3 to $4.50
from the burial service and from you ""Grandmother* said she "I do wish
specialty. Prices are moderate and goods are guaranteed. AN ANTISEPTIC that tops Irritation subdues Inflammation I
the ranks of the escort twelve men are elsewhere. All kinds of shoes they would quit making so much noise and drives out Pain.

selected at random by the officer in made and repaired, rubber heels up In God bouse. I do believe Jesus !
charge. These men, having stacked must be moving." PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues pro- '
and soles put on. All goods and motes a free circulation of the Blood giving the Muscles natural
led to where twelve (
their rifles
: A. E. BURNETT own are
: elasticity
all work Give
other rifles are awaiting them six of fully guaranteed. Accomplished and Clever. !

which are loaded with blank cartridges.One my goods and work a trial and you He had an education
of these la handed to each man. so That was worth a mint of gold.
will be
JEWELER." more pleased. And a lot of InformationIn
"THE that no one knows whether the rifle he
a head of classic mold.
holds contains a bullet or not and none CURED OF PARALYSISw.
A. M. POOR He had a stock of mental wares
:: can say for certain that the shot fired And a perception quick:
MERCHANTS' BLOCK by him killed the prisoner. The firing Of half a dozen college chairs Bailey, P. O.True,Texas, writes: "My
Montezuma Block, He could have had his pick. wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in
party then marches to an appointed I
her arm when I was persuaded to use Ballard'a
position. The commands "Present Opposite Tydings & CoPILES Now. you might think this youthful Snow Liniment, which effected a complete cure. I
"Fire! are given and almost before And brilliant man a star have also used it for old sores frost bites and akin
Whose light serene and truthful
i. : HOUGH BROTHERS the last word rings out the volley is I Wes welcome near and far. eruptions. It does the work."

.. fired and the spy falls Into the grave But oh. alas this hero BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED. ALWAYS USED
be has dug. Nearly every man Is moreor I Had one drawback Immense REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES
We give Free Presents consisting of Turkey Roasters Hall Racks I
That made his value -
:Racks Silver Coffee Pots etc.. with every pound package of Baking less affected on being selected' to t He'd not a lick o' TH tEE SIZES: 25c, 50c and $1.OO
Powder at 50 cents per pound. form one of the firing party, and many
men have been known to faint away on .
Tickets for other valuable presents given with every purchase of Soap being singled out. while others are so "I bare affen4 with pile for thirtyyetr! *. Fell Into a Snap. LOUIS. U. S. A.
Soap Powders Starch. Coffee'and Extracts. Ose year no lut April I brcma taking CUCMVMfor "Really, did you ever bear of a for-
overcome as to be scarcely able to pull eoo.tipation. Ja he coarse of a week I noticed
the pile I began to diapprr and at the end of.It tune teller bringing any one good
With every pound of tea, at 60c. we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitcher the triggers of their rifles. weeks they did not trouble me at si:. Caa aretEiave .
done wonder for me. I am entlrelye.r.d and lucky""Yes
Pudding Pan or Cake Mould. leel like a new III...." George Krjrder,ItapolooB.O. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS
fellow who marriedone.
I knew a
: Gladstone at the Fair.
With Every 25c. Worth of Laundry Soap, We will Give a Mixing Bowl ." --- -
. In the life of Lord Granville appears nest For

Every article and every present Is first class and fully guaranteed and this of Mr. Gladstone. lie "came The vowels No Object"Why THE

your money will be refunded If both are not as represented. over with Mrs. Gladstone and Lord ORICINAL1HNEIwThe
don't Hans V
you marry
and Sydney, whose guest he was ,
FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES at Deal Lady becau.te-you would not guessit "Och. himmel! What would you? J idea of a Cough Syrup that will act J t ::5

"- Manufacturers of Pure Fancy Home-Made Candies In a thousand-because there was to cNOr cATa.Rnct can make a goot living alretty yet! on the bowels, and thus assist in expelling "

be a fair that afternoon and Mr Glad- colds from the system is new and original '
South Main Street. Give Us a Call. Ocala Florida.
Want What They Can't GetHe :
stone wanted to try a merrygoround.Indeed
in Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.LAXATIVE ,
we all went after luncheon
Ples.snt Palatable Potent Tote GftOd.Do food.
and it was only on assuring him that
Fever Sicken.Weaken or Grip.lee 2Se Me Nevertold
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES the opposition papers would'make fun in balk. The ce.aa. table*.tamped CCO. .
6varanteed to ore or roar money back.
of It next morning that :Mr Gladstone Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 593 -
renounced a 'suree' on the merry-go. ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES A certain safe and harmless remedy for ftA C.
(Standley's Old Stand.) round and he did his best to console all Coughs,Colds,Croup,Whooping! Cough,
c. himself by strolling into every booth
La Bronchitis Influenza and all
from the giant woman to the calf

The Best Drummer's Business with eight legs. Every possible monstrosity CHEAPCOLONIST Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers HONEY

was honored by the premier's praise the children's favorite Kennedy's
Carriages and Buggies. Given Special Attention. visit who seemed to enjoy himself
Laxative Honey and TarCOUCH
more than the schoolboys to whom TICKETSOREGON
. their dons showed the G. O. M." wanted peace at any price TAR
Good Traveling Careful Drivers TO Or built on any plan. SYRUPy
; Of course you know by this advice

but andGentle Fishermen'. '..-r 'Way. He wa a married man.
I Fishermen have queer customs. A -' p rc<* at the Laboratory of X. C. DcWITT A CO.. CHICAGO V. B. A.

Horses. Stylish Rigs. few years ago the fishermen of Preston CALIFORNIA, PERT PARAGRAPHS.The UflT JLJLA BXD CLOYXa BLOSSOM AXD TEX Sam sin rt 0V XTZST Born
Lancashire, used actually to go WASHINGTONand
It incredi- leas some people have to say the
fishing on Sunday. seems
: D. W. TOMPKINS PROPRIETOR ble, but they did. A clergyman of the the more difficulty they seem to experience ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS

I town used to preach against this Sabbath NORTHWESTWill in keeping their tongues still.

desecration and pray that they IN OCALA VIA

Phone J24. Ocala, Fla. West oi Square.THE might catch no fish. And they did not When winter puts the lid on we'll be
be Sold Feb. 15th to April 7th apt to get our fingers pinched.
But they found out how to make hisprayers
of avail. The fishermen I Inclusive

used to make no a little effigy of the parson When a woman lets her tongue run ATLANTIC COAST LINESchedule

Chattanooga to California $37,30
t GLENWOOD in rags and put this small "guy"up away with her It is a brave man as
their chimneys. While his reverence Knoxville to California.. .. ..., 40.55 well as a rash one who will rush In and

I was slowly smoked and consum-- Atlanta to California.. .. ...... 39.50 try to stop it. ( in effect; November 26. 1J05)
ed the fish bit-like anyt.b1Dg1-LoDdon! Proportionate rates from all other
points also to Washington, Oregon and Breaking into the newspapers seemsto
A newly renovated hotel with all the privacy of family life Fishing Gazette.> the Northwest If you are going write stand for success with a certain Departures Between Arrivals

me. say how many In your party and class of people.Trying No. 82, Daily, 1:20 A M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A.M.
All modern conveniences. First class in all of its .
Fanlt Fladlag.The
ap when you wish to start and I will call Rochelle, Palatka Jacksonville.! Savanneh Charleston RlcfcBOBd.
constant nagging querulousness on you and arrange for your tickets. Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York.
pointments. Porters meet all trains. Rates, $2 to look Intelligent often re-
and the in-
complaining dissatisfaction I. E. REHLANDER Pullman Buffet Sleepers St. Petersburg to Jaekaoavflht, tyssa ets at
sults in
1 per day. Weekly and monthly rates made Teterate habit of seeing and speaking Trav. Passenger Agent, nervous Jacksonville with .Pullman Sleepe to New York. D* lag Car Jacksonville ",--
about the disagreeable eida of things to New York.
known application. Mo. Pac. Ry. Chattanooga, Tenn. A promoter Is a man who makes any
upon Are traits which will imbitter the I'
old thing look like a good thing.
and in the end ruin the and Iron Mountain Route 1:00 No. 89
finest natures No. 78 Daily, P. M. Davy 2:35 P. M.

t MRS. THOS. J. BARNES, spirit and character of those who are This is getting to be such a practicalage Rochelle, Gainesville, Palatka, Jacksoen-Ule. Parlor Cars St. Petersburg i
subject to unreasonable and contemptible to Jacksonville. Connects at Jacksonville with Sleeper for St.
that the artist who makes a livingis I
PROPRIETOR caviling and complaint. Louis via Thomaovine and Montgomery; also Dixie Flyer Sleeper '!
THE no longer disgraced.He for St. Louis and Chicago via Tilt on, Macea! and Atlanta I

r- "Whither,Mar dear Avoid friend It. a who doesn't care for the morrow No. 21, Daily, 2:00 A. M. No. 21. Daily, 1:55 A. M. I
TEXAS PACIFIC is too apt to find that the morrowdoesn't
To Africa." St Petersburg and intermediate poteta. I
for him.
SEABOARD AIR-LINE RY. "Are you crazy? One hundred and. F

thirty degrees in the shade:r 9r RAILWAY >0 1r5.p The smile of fortune is too often a No. 89. Daily, 2:55 P. M. No. 78, Daily, 12:40 P. M.

i. "But I need not go in the 8hade.I ."- malicious griD.Sentiment. Tampa. EC Petersburg and intermediate poIJrtLNo.

Savannah, Columbia, Camden. Southern Pines. Richmond Washington Baltimore I Fliegende Blatter.
45, Daily, 10:05 A. M. No. 48, Daily, 6:00 P. M.
Phllade Iphia, New York. The Great Eastern like sauces! mast be se-
Comforting. lected with care with regard to both Juliette. High Springs, Dupont, Waycrosa.
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY Mabel looking in mirror)-My face and Western Line quantity and quality.

la my fortune. Ethel-Yes, dear. Well, Across the Entire States of: No. 47. Daily 3:00 P. M. No. 46, Davy, 12:20 P. M. I
EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL the man who weds :you will never be Many a willing man never gets close Juliette. Dunnellon. Homosassa. Brooksriile, Trilby and local pefot*. '

"- accused of marrying for riches. enough to a good thing to push it along
r. : SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED TEXAS and LUIIlSIjlHNO No. 49, Daily, Except Sunday. No. 44, Daily ex. Sun, 9:40 A. M.Juliette i

Commonly they whose tougue Is their A man wouldn't welcome a machine: DunneHon. Homoeaisa.

weapon use their feet for defense. I TROUBLE TO A .SWXL. QCKST1OS that would do his eating for him ,

MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTThe Sidney. Trains 82 and 21 carry sleepers Jacksonville and St. Petersburg. E

Direct Line to Trains 82 and 85 carry Pullman S lepers between New York Jackson.
of the
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only dally Solid Pullman Cured Hemorrhages Lungs
ville; Dining Car service through betw een Jacksonville and Jersey City
Lighted Train between St. Augustine. Jacksonville and New York. Jacksonville and
Day Coaches between Washington. Pullman Sleeper.
a< via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augustine 12:10 p. m, and Jacksonville 'Several years ago 'my lungs wereso
Sam. of
Kendall FhilllpeburgKan
says NtW MtXICC Trains 78 and 89 between Jacksonville and New York and Jacksonville and
!: f 1:20 p. m. daily, melding Sundays. Kan, cover It over with Buck- hemorrhages badly affected" writes that A.I M.bad Ake many, of Chicago, via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Route and to St. Louis via Montgomery

len's Arnica Salve and the Salve will ARIZONA Wood. Ind "I took treatment with L. & N., and via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Routes, without change.
do the rest. Quickest cure for burns, d"and
t boils sores, t Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans. salt rheum chapped bands, sore I then started to take Fdeys Honey
r CALIFORNIAWrite and Tar. and my lungs are now aa for JACKSONVILLE and from JACKSONVILLE TO ST. PETERSBURG. .
feet and sore eyes. Only 25c. at Ty-
POT information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard sound bullet. I recommend it in 4
dings & Co.'s drugstore. Guaranteed. for New Book of Texas. Free. Key West. and Havana Steamers leave Port Tampa Sundays. Tuesdays
write to
gent or W. W. CONDOM advanced stages of lung trouble.
and Thursdays 11:40 P. M.
t' JOHN DOZIER. Agent. City Ticket Agent. Foley'a Honey and Tar stops the
OCALA. FLORIDA.t' COOK WANTEDA E. P. TURNER cough and heals the lungs and pre- For full information regarding rates reservations etc:* call on Atlantic

t', C. BOTLSTON. JR, A. O. :MACDONELL. good cook to go to Homosassa.Fare General Passenger Agent vents serious results from a. cold. Re- Coast Line Agents, or
Passenger Agent. Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent. paid down and good wages. Apply fcse substitutes. Sold by the Postof- J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pas*. Agt Tampa, Fla. W. J. CRAIG Pas*.

-__ a JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA to this office. DALLAS. TEXAS Cu Drugstore. Traffic Mgr.; H. M. EMERSON. Gen. Traffic Mgr Wilmington, N. &

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