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 )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Volume * Number 233 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, J906 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year '

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Edam Cheese (with or wIth- I

out foil) Its Passenger Trains May Beat Thoseof ; Are Selling to the t.hinese Munitions REAL ESTATE. ,

Canned Celery Flagler Into the Capital Cityof of War That May Soon be '_'sedi

Cuba The City Electric Light Plant,I i Against Their CountrymenSan Room J2, Postoffice Block Ocala': Fla.
Royal Tobasco Sauce

Conspicuous among those to arriveon will be to deliver j Francisco, Cal., :March '.-The
Punch and Mint Sauce the steamer; Mascotte yesterday was soon ready I Examiner says; : ZeButt
he party of railroad officials of the "Twenty-two modern rifles and 10.- Property on Public Square.The i
Lime JaicePineapple Seaboard Air Line, says the Havana 000 rounds of ammunition were seized i
Post, of a recent date. electricity to all who desire I yesterday In the quarters of the Chinese two-story brick house on this property must be removed andit 1

in Maraschino Mr Barr the president of the road crew on the Pacific :Mail steamer will be sold cheap as it stands. The corner lot with 35 feet front- 1
who Is making his first trip here, said Manchuria scheduled to sail for the ,>
the is still
on public unsold.
Guava JellyAnchovy that the visit of himself and party was the same Orient this afternoon. The company's age square jt j
one contemplated some time ago. but I I officials thereupon ordered. it is said
and Bloater Paste which was delayed by circumstances.We as thorough a search of the vessel as ZeButt
Property on Magnolia Street and North First St.
have come," he said. "to study the possible, which resulted in two more I
Royal Tartar and Chill Sauce resources and the conditions of Cuba. "Now is the Time" l I I boxes of rifles being found in the room .
The northwest corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia Street and 84 -
Our line has been doing considerable I r of an assistant engineer The engineerand i
'- business with the traffic of the island : Chinese were questioned and it feet on North First Street, facing the government public building I

and If it is to be continued we desireto to have your building wired. I was found the guns had been purches- site, is still unsold also the lot immediately south of it 28 by 84 leet I
OGALA FURNITURE CO Improve the conditions surroundIng ed in this city by the engineers and I

It, and make It the best; to be of- We Have first-class workmen and smuggled aboard the >esseL"
." I Ocklawaha AvenueThe I

Personal Service Anywhere Any Time,I Mr. vice-president of the road do work promptly. Please let, THE BREATH OF LIFE I
knows Cuba from past experience andIs can your
lot knowi
and When Needed. It's a significant fact that the ,as the Phflbrick lot on the south side of this avenue
much enthused her future
prospects."hE'D very we over get to running make an estimate for I strongest an.Imal of its size the gorilla I between the residences of Airs. Austin and Mr. T. B. Snyder, is I
of and you. also" has the largest lungs. Powerful for sale. This is lot feet
The Question Embalming Fun-1 through Havana trains from New Yorkto j a large having 140 frontage and being 244

eral Directing is a Delicate Havana you will see Cuba jump Into lungs means powerful feet deep, and is well above the level of the street .
such prominence as has no other How to keep the
Would not it be Best for Yon to Entrust -(I country," he said. THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. right should be man's chief, creatnreS'1 J
Uke thousands of others )
"It will only be a matter of a few I
tills Question to Those who Appreciate months now before we will float railroad Stephens of Port Williams Ohas
Phone J5. B. W. MacDONALD learned how to do this. She writes:
trains from Xew York into Havana Manager. I MONTEZUMA
It's Delicacy and Whose Know- harbor so that passengers will "Three bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery I

not have to leave their comfortable stopped my cough of two years
edge is of the Highest Standard --- I IFT.
compartments in our Pullman between : and cured me of what my friends

TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE the cities. The trip will be WE SERVE THE BEST HOT CHOCOLATE. : thought consumption. Oh, it's grand 1
KING CAMP l for throat and lung troubles."
PROMPT ATTENTION made within a half day as short a timeas IN TOWN > Co.
it requires to travel to the winter anteed by Tydings & Guar-I
Day Phone Ho. 10. Right 94 and 167 resorts' of Florida and'the additional NO,1 I and $I. Trial bottle free.

attraction of a foreign city and a foreign -
SMITH & ROBERTS Ocala Fla. country will bring thousands of Regular monthly meeting of the Cutting a CADI_ I
tourists' here. We are now preparingthe Woodmen of the World will be held at I
It I 13 said that the tone: from which .
plans for this schedule." Yonge's Hall Friday evening. March
THEWHITE Slave with CHOCOLATEME ; cameos are cut-oayx. and
9. All members requested to attend.
X. I. GotllJ .b, C. C. I I| Is so plentiful on the tru;sar.1onyx'I'I

STAR STARVING TO DEATH &\ AS SED AT THEIB fflVX l STORES Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. j In Brazil, that ships: often
Because her stomach was so weakened as lialla"Nevertheless perfect pieces I
by useless drugging that she AND WORLD FAMED.T. !I 4 .
STEAM LAUNDRY HORSES AND MULES of large size are <"Otln piece suitable -
could not eat, Mrs. Mary H. Walters, I I
M..r-I I for a large portal costing as much |
You will always find at J. R.
of> St. Clair St. Columbus O. was lit-
W. TROXLER. | as $.;;. This stone is: preferred for
Guarantees Satisfaction.Our erally starving to death. She writes: tin & Co's exchange stables in Ocala, I
"My stomach was so weak from useless and at Hugh: Nichols Wildwood stables I cameo because of its hardness and
rates aro as reason drugs that I could not eat, and i as good mules and horses as can t durability and Is suitable frr svch work 1I I
my nerves so wrecked that I could not PRETTY SPRING STOCK be found In Florida. For quality the ]I i; owing: to the fact that it tomein layt|

able as honest work can sleep; and not before I was given up prices are reasonable Xo trouble to i ers of contrasting color, as black and .Ii
to die was I Induced to try Electric The W. J. Chambers Shoe Cam- show animals. When in need call on j red and i I!
make them. :: :: pany have just received a large portion Hugh Nichols, proprietor, Ocala or i white, black and cream or
Bitters with the wonderful result that
: white. When the rut figure Is sunk into I
of their spring line of ladies", ;
Wildwood Fla.
Phone J35 Improvement began at once, and a gentlemen's and children's shoes In the I I the Ftone instead of being raised: the
complete cure followed. Best health
tonic on earth. 50c. Guaranteed by prettiest and newest shapes for spring THE ELKS:: OMFE; i ::: ,I cutting Is called an intaglio. The cut
OCALA FLA. I I and summer \\ear. The also have anew of these gems Is due to the time and LEASED FOR TEN YEARS
Tydings & Co. druggists. line of shirts and hosiery for men. Is now serving; regular meals at 50 I I skill In the work. Formerlya -
cents, also board at $6 per week and required
STRIKE ISN'T SIDETRACKED I will continue serving orders a la carte ', small gem might occupy an artist for
Remove FrecKles and Pimples I THE BEST COUGH SYRUP according to bill of fare.G. I' a year or more but with modern appliance Best Year-Ron Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Datet

r/ X7V 'TEf DAYS WITH A Leading Operator Declares That S. I* Apple ex-probate judge Ottawa K. TROXUER Proprietor. I the work can be done much Clean and Well*Furnished Rooms andPlenty to Eat
Soft Coal Mines Will Shut Down Kan, writes: "This is to say thatI I more rapidly. Still the ancient work _
; have used Ballard's Horehound Syr- VEAL EVERY DAY bears the palm for artistic excellence.The s
\ NA'DINOLA April 1st up for years, and that I do not hesi- I I cutting Is now done by holdingthe Y. J. SHTPMAjST PROPRIETOR.

Cleveland. Ohio March 9.-T. L.. tate to recommend it as the best cough Don't forget to place your order I, stone against! a revolving drill ,
(Formerly advertised and Bold as Satlaola.) Young, of the city one of the leading syrup I have ever used. 25c. 50c. and with J. E. Bankston for the finest j'' whose soft steel face is covered withdiamond
bituminous coal operators of the state, $1 at all druggists. veal of the season. I I
dust. Xo steel i* hard enoughto o00ooo00I
declared before the opening: of the conference I
cut the stone. The utmost patienceand
of the bituminous coal operators i
in this city, that the coal minesof I caution and delicate handling are I II I
the country will close beyond all required as the !slightest slip may be J
doubt not later than April 1st. 'I fatal to the work. 1

Mr. Young declared that at this time I 1I I

the most widespread tsrike of thecountry's Corran In the Coffee lIoa. t
That All Important Bath Room '.I1.1. < JEWELRY WATCHES DIAMONDS.
history would be on. lie ; John I'hilpot Curran. the famous
said: "The Ohio coal operators will ,
vote to resist the demands of the You have often heard people remark "If I were ooi Irish lawyer ranks among the wittiest b
men the Emerald Isle has ever pro
miners for increased wages. A resolution i ever to build, I would plan : itI
11t duced. His wit I
however was sometimes
to this effect will be adopted without -
tail- =- ntt1Y1 t1I1M t bath first and would I o
a dissenting vote." my room not put turned against himself by the Intended

all my money into the parlor with al!l lf0 I victim, the following story taken b

t--- GIVES HEALTH, VIGOR and TONE its finery. That is good common sense { reminiscences from the volume entitled of" biographical Irs. Brookfield b I VVE HAVE; in the store just now, one of

43 'e' Herbine Is a boon for sufferers from 1 sentiment, for the bath room is the most YI 1 I and Her Circle," furnishing an I the most complete stocks of CUT -

I aneamia. By Its use the blood Is I important of all the household amusing: example of how Curran was T l GLASSCHINAWATCHESDIAMODS
quickly regenerated and the color becomes once outdone: o and JEWELRY of all kinds that a Florida

A few applications will remove tan Of normal. The drooping strength r j We would like: to help you plan your A. brisk young widow in some part of 6 store has ever earned We have a complete

sallowness and restore the beauty of youth. Is revived The languor Is diminish bath room and will gladly quote you Ireland used to preside at the table of I stock of musical instruments and sheet
Health and tone -
ed. vigor predominate.
NADINOLA Is guaranteed and ,la coffeehouse! patronized by Curran.
money New life and happy activity re- prices on .Stauiard' Ware, the best 0 music. Japanese goods of all kinds, fine umbrellas -
refunded if it fails to remove freckles Her name was Honor, and one day i
sults. Mrs. Belle H. Shriel. Middle- fine etc. Examine the
pimples, liver-spots collar: decolorations, a>"4 most sanitary fixtures made. there was some disputed charge. 0t stationery,
borough. Ill writes: "I have been I
black-heads disfiguring eruptions etc, I* troubled with liver complaint and poor Curran slyly winked at the friend b l stock, it is a pleasure to show the goods.I .

twenty days. Leaves the skin soft, Bleu blood and have found nothing to benefit R. E. YONGE & CO. who happened to be dining with him t

and healthy. Endorsed by thousands. me like Herbine. I hope never to and proposed "honor and honesty." .
Price 50 cents and $J-00 by all leadingd be without It. I have wished that I r- --- I "By all means" added the widow I

uggists, or by maiL Prepared by had known of It In my husband's life ", "--' briskly holding her glass to be filled f i '

National Toilet Co., Paris.Tenn. time." 50c at all druggists. -- "let us drink to Mr. Cumin's absent o I x


THE OCKLA W AHA INN'A DaUles Follow Railway ,
Bad Food Drives Firemen on an Ocean
MdVER & MaoKAYFUNERAL 1 "Buttercups and daisies follow rail- f I JEWELERS.'

Steamer Into Open Revolt : Pleasant Homelike House roads the world over," said an engineer -

New York. March 9.-A mutiny In .. .. r "In India, In central Asia In oo I

which one life was lost, occurred on Brazil, the parallel rails run continually I
DIRECTORS the steamer Massachusetts, lying at i Elegant, Airy Rooms and the between meadows white and yellow t

her dock In Brooklyn yesterday. a with home flowers. In the construction
James Slocum a fireman of Baltimore Choicest Table Board.
of all foreign railways American or
Undertakers and Embalmers was kill during a revilver bat-
have hand. These
tle on the steamer's decks. In which f ; Special Rates in Summer top I I English engineers a
r< men know that good home grass Is the
the steamer's firemen were ranged on
Fine Caskets one side, and opposing them were theship's best thing for holding( together the
and Boarders.
r Weekly Monthly BARGAIN TIME
officers and crew. earth on embankments. Grass is toughand

Six members of the crew were arrested lasting. It strikes root so easily
and Burial Robes .
as were also the first officer r that it practically cements the most
Albert J. Evans, and the fourth officer flimsy earthworks. So seed from
Work Done Licensed Em- MRS. HATCHELL grass
AU by held : ,
Earner H. Kerwin. All were as '
r home is sown on railway embankmentsall :7TT:
balmers and Fully GuaranteedPhonographs witnesses. The mutiny had been brewing '
over the world by the home engineers -
according to the officers of the .. .. '" Proprietress.
to build them and thus
helping !
Massachusetts, ever since; the steamer .
left Cardiff. Wales, on February 5th. OCALA FLORIDA In the most tropical places, among gore The Ocala Steam. Laundry
The firemen were the chief disturbers, geous orchids and palms and giant
and It Is alleged theye were making cacti you will see mile after mile of
continual complaints about food. The wholesome' clean home grass studied
tt 1LpiftXlt. crew sided; with the officers. Duringthe HARDWARE AND PAINTS with white daisies; and yellow butter
voyage from Cardiff there were 3
almost dally fist fights on the steamer. _
The Massachusetts was expected to
I; The Curse of Scotland
sail today for San Francisco. The
I Among the why the nine of
: reasan-j:
fight created great excitebent- i diamonds has been called the curse of

A Chicago Alderman Owes His Election / ) I Scotland are the following;

to Chamberlain's Cough. / I Diamonds nine of. called the curse
r-- Remedy"I of Scotland, from a Scotcb tueiu.jer: of

parliament part of whose family arms Restaurant
can heartily and conscientiously yrr" is the nine of diamonds, voting, for the
recommend Chamberlain's Cough Rem- I II introduction of the malt tax into Scot- !I
M' edy for affections of the throat and .
-"Chronology; or. The Iliatorian's -
lungs says Hon. John Shenick.. 220 "
Companion Fourth Edition by
South Peoria St. Chicago. "Two years
from $10 to $50. Over ago during a political campaign. I I Thomas Tegs.; London IsJG.
400 different records In stock to select caught cold after being overheated There is: a George Campbell mentioned .Z. First Class Meals .
from. A. E. Burnett the Jeweler ex- which Irritated my throat and I was i I In Burton's "History: of Scot- .

clusive agent for Ocala. finally compelled to stop as I could land": as having: caused the nine of
t not speak loud. In my extremity a | diamonds to be called the curse of CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining

friend advised me to use Chamberlain's } | Scotland because be stole nine diamonds -
Cough Remedy. I took two | out of the royal crown In the Room until midnight. Personal
doses that afternoon and could not believe open
I reign of Mary Stuart In
my senses when I found the next HAVE
attention to orders
of which all Scotland was taxed. given special anything
Against hole N. more morning the inflammation had largely I
darning if you buy subsided. I took several doses that Kinds Shelf Hard- the market offers prepared for the table on
The Stock of Tools of
day, kept right on talking through the Biggest Death Rate In New York and Chicago
:! campaign and I thank this medicne ware Fencing, Farm Implements, Stoves, Fire During November and December: short notice. See our Refrigerator displayin
that I won my seat in the eJunciL"This 1593, one fifth of the deaths In Nee
4. An the popular colors. remedy Is for sale by the Postof- Screens, Wagons, Buggies, Doors, Sash and York and Chicago were from pneu- front of the Store.
Worsted fiee and Tar not
Far Men; Drugstore. Foley's Honey
c.... I. sold.painfrfzSoCbt only in lots <* Blinds, Points, Oils, Etc. only stops the cough but heals sal Skilled Cooks. Attentive Walters and Choice: Viands.

too,6 pain for$i.50. NOTICEThe strengthens the lungs and prevents
\ Special Price to Boarders
For Ladies: EKYTiian: Cotton six pairs annual meeting of the stock- TRY OUR GOODS AND NOTE OUR PRICES pneumonia so do not take chances on Regular
for ftouL A fttarantet tidal exit holders of the Blount Real Estate Co., a cold wearing away when Foley'a

-. P05 sue. n of will held 1906.on at Tuesday 10 a. m the at 13th the day of T. W. SMITH & CO. Honey prevent and Tar serious will results.cure. you Sold quicklyand by THE CAP.MIGHAEL: & SON GO

fice of the Blount Real Estate Company the Postoffice Drugstore.Evening

M. FISHEL Ocah, Fla,.i in Ocala Fla. E. K.Secretary.Nelson Ocala: Fla. Star phones 61 and 265. Ed's Place: West of Squareq

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Yesterday _about noon Mr. Herbert
C. L. BITTINGER & CO. Lyles, who was In the employ of the OUR SPRING SHOES l
Dutton Phosphate Company at New- -o-

: C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll berry feel from a water tank and R. Hudson Burr, Member of the Rail-
was almost instantly killed.
road Commission Invites the Ocala I
Proprietor and PubU hers. Mr. Lyles was a son of Mr and Mrs.J. .
II Lyles and a brother of Mrs. K. We work for the interest of our Editor to Meet Him in Joint Debate.Of '

C. L. BITTINGER, L. Freyermouth of this city and Mrs.J. Course, he Will Accept and For MEN
Editor and General ManagerR. W. Sellers, of Berlin. customers and they work for ours. We Will all be There to Hear.
The body will arrive this eveningand
a short funeral service will be held Hon. Frank E. Harris Editor of the WOMENAND
R. CARROLL tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Ocala Banner-I have noticed In the

'. City Editor and Business Manager.It residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Freyer last few issues of the Ocala Banner,
mouth. The Interment will take placeat MUNROE & CHAMBLISS? of whiclr you are the editor, several CHILDRENThe

noon tomorrow In the old family articles attacking the railroad com-
seems that the talk Indulged In burial grounds at 'ellowshlp. mission of the state. I note that you

from time to time for the past twelvemonths The deceased leaves a devoted wife BANKERS, take the position that the commissionIs only Complete stock can fee found Hue.Gent's .
by the Star for more publicity and little baby girl. who with father responsible for the failure of cer-

about Ocala Is bearing fruit. The Star and mother brothers and sisters have --- --- tain fruit and vegetable growers to
finally Induced the members of the our deepest sympathy. make a success In the Interior of Florida Furnishings Hats Trunks and
Board of Trade to talk about the mat- : also for a spstem of rates which

ter and approve of the editor of the MR. Z. W. PETTEWAYMr. WAIT! WAIT! WAIT!!, you contend are ruinous to the Interior ValisesThe
Star's Ideas about Indulging In thIs towns of the state, and that you

publicity business to the extent that Z. W. Petteway. who has suffered conclude from these statements of :alleged -

Ocala could draw winter \isitors by so long and patiently passed awey For facts that the railroad commis- Quality Counts and Our Goods are the Best
pleasing them and showing them what just a week ago today at the private sion of Florida is a useless expense to ,
our climate and productive land will sanitarium of Dr. EM kin, in Atlanta the state and ought to be abolished.

do to say nothing of the many attractive and was buried next day at Adel, Ga., Knowing as I do that you have misrepresented Inspect our stock before buying elsewhere
places to be seen and admired the home of his wife. Mr. Petteway's the situation and desir-

near our beautiful little city. home and place of business were at ing to see corrected any false impression -
To this end one of our most astute Longman. In Osceola county. where he I which you may have created In

business men who has a heart for any had a naval stores location. lie leavesa OF PATTERN HATSWe the minds of the people, and yet allow W. J. Chambers Shoe Co.
fray, as long as It includes the sing- young;: wife and two small children you a fair opportunity to defend your

ing of Ocala's praises, is busily en- who with his brothers, G. A. of this . . . . . . . . . -. . . -. . . position. I respectfully Invite and urge
In establishing bureau for -. . . . . . -. . . -. . -. . -. . . .
gaged a city and S. W. of Dunnellon were --- - you to meet me in Joint debate in a

systematically advertising Ocala and with him when he died. Mr Pettewaywas public discussion of this question at No. 638 (Yellow Ticket) Wins HatrackNo.
a :
with this end In view he will organizean a young man, a particularly bright will have the assortment to Ocala. or any other point or points In t
Ocala Publicity Club, the membersof one. a fine business man and a cultured largest ever brought the state and at a date or dates within 9 (Lavender Ticket) Wins a HatrackFAIR'S :
which will pledge themselves every gentleman. His death was peaceful Ocala and in ample time for Easter selection the next six weeks to be mutually

month to contribute so much in dues. and the end had been expected for agreed upon.If .
We beautiful line of
are now displaying! a Gage ready-to-
This money, as soon as a large enough several weeks. you are sincere in your contentions -
amount to Justify the movement has wear hats. New selections of ready-to-wear hats weekly. I am sure you will welcome an

been accumulated will be used to prepare VISITED LAKE WEIR oportunity to meet in public discussion FREE SHOWNIGHT

literature describing Ocala and Give us a call. Yours anxious to please and confuse an advocate of the

surroundings telling what season it W B. Gray, of the Bently-GTay commission law. Respectfully!!
Is best to take advantage of her climate -
R. Hudson Burr.
Dr)goods Co., has returned from Lake
etc. This literature will be sent .
to people who are liable to visit this \Velr ing of, where the Carney he Investigated homestead.Tampa the burn-- G. A. NA.SH By all means let us have the dis- OF MARCH 1 6
state. Now, this is a step In the right
Tribune. cussion. There are two sides to all
I- direction and the Star rises to assure
the to date gentleman who has this questions and certainly so to our rail-
up State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas FORREST D. HIGH
work In change that he can call on this road commission. MR representing: the BROWN
paper for a continuous contribution.If County. ss. WEATHER FORECAST COMPANY of St. Louis
Ii;, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he HERMITAGE DAIRYFresh the largest shoe
If this work Is started and kept up for
': five years results are bound to follow.If is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Washington. March 9. Party cloudy JERUSALEMA manufacturers: in the world and the quality and style of
Cheney & Co. doing business in the and .
done and done In the right spirit, city of Toledo county and state aforesaid tonight Saturday.IT and Pure Milk and Cream Delivered Grand Mechanical Reproduction of whose products are unexcelled, will give .
the Ocala House In three seasons from
and that said firm will the Every Morning at Your
now :will have 200 guests Instead of pay IS FOR LADIES' TOO the "Holy City"The
?0 or 40 a day. The livery men will DoorPHONE
above exhibition has 5n
each and every case of catarrh They.Can Their Hair Out STEREOPTIGON
Falling VIEWS
have all the business they can attend Stop
in this
the lot next to the city hall
that cannot be cured by the use of "
t 150 :
and will have to their With
to enlarge Herpicide
Hall's Catarrh Cura. city. and will open Saturday night, remaining -
facilities to meet the demand, the Ocala
all next week. It is beyond all
boarding houses will be overflowing Sworn to before me Frank and J.subscribedIn Cheney. hair Ladies Is falling who have out.thin can hair prevent and whose the GEORGE B. TYLER. Proprietor.BELOW doubt the most brilliant and beautiful on the night in question in front of A. L. WEBB'SSTORETH

and of Improved an electric conditions line under through the impetus pub- my presence, this 6th day of Dec. hair falling out. and thicken the growth The production Jacksonville ever shown In in this speaking country.of E F A I R. Scenes from the late
A. D. 1886. A. IV. Gleason. with :Newbro's "Herpicide." Besides press
licity will be an accomplished fact and I (Seal.) Notary Public. Herpicide is one of the most agreeablehair it. says: St. Louis world's fair of such interest and done in such a

: tourists coming to Silver Springs will Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- dressings there is. Herpicide kills "It represents tne city as It appeared finished and artistic manner that it will not only please
not In wonder and admiration into ,
gaze during the life of Christ, showingthe
nally, and acts directly on the blood the dandruff germ that eats the hair
1-. its placid depths and turn around but instruct and benefit.
Temple of Herod and all the prom-
I and surfaces of the is destroyed
mucous system. off at the root. After the germ -
and float down its transparent waters Send for testimonials free. the root will shoot up and the We Give a List of Some ,of inent buildings including the Towerof

to Palatka. but will come to Ocala i F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, O. I hair grow long as ever. Even a sam- Our Leaders: Antonio whehe the Judgment halt EVERYBODY IS INVITED ,.
and enjoy for a day or more the com- Sold by all druggists. 75c. ple will cor.vlnce"any lady that New was located and where Christ was
forts of the Ocala hotels. Now this Ii I
tried before Pilate. The palace of
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation bro's Herpicide Is an indispensable Butterfly Coffee . . .. ... ... .25c f
i. no "pIpe" dream but a fact. If we Herod David and Solomon and over SEATS FOR THE LADIES -
are united in the scheme and each according toilet requisite. It contains no oil or Blue Label Coffee .. .. .. .. .2::c 300 other buildings and the walls
to his financial ability comes DOG AND PONY SHOW grease it will not stain or dve. White House Coffee ... .. . . ..35c around the city are built of wood in
I"" up with his share and stands retrtly' Sold by leading druggists. Send Gilt Edge Coffee. . . .. .. . .. ..20c imitation of stone marble and al- Remember the date-NIGHT OF MARCH J6-in frontof

to do his part through thick and thin Large Crowd Attended the First Performance lOc. in stamps for sample Mich to the Her-& Old Glory Blend Coffee ... . .. ..25c plaster. Mount Calvary is shown also THE FAIR, Ocala: Florida.JEWE'L.
Co Tydings
s for years to come, not a spurt, a puff this Afternoon picide Detroit Rumford Baking Powder. ... .. .25c the Mount of Olives and Garden of
Co.. Special Agents, Ocala Fla.
,; a collapse, we will succeed. It is a Sauer's Extract..lOc. and 25e Gethsemane etc. Around the hills are
question worthy of jour thought. GiveIt Siebel Bros. Dog and Pony Show arrived I Blue Label Tomato Ketchup ......25c shown different scenes of real life
you time and If you have any good, in Ocala today and the tents were BARACA PROGRAM FORSUNDAY I Runkle's Cocoa . ... ..... .. ...10c comprising something like one hundred -
wholesome, solid and feasible plans pitched on the lot across from the A. MARCH 11 White Rose Cocoa..10c. and 25c moving figures, people driving
Star and they will see the light of day C L. passenger depot. There was a Red Snapper Sauce ,.... .. ... .25s around in chariots and on the backsof : R Y
along these lines relate them to the parade about eleven o'clock and as Song "Thow out the Life Line" animals. In the foreground Christ
and be ventilated.Mr. usual a large crowd was out to see it. --Congregation.Praver "WHITE ROSE" CANNED GOODS and the twelve apostles appear on
The parade was one of the most showy Edwin their Journey the Jerusalem. They
affairs of the kind ever seen here Spencer. Pound, Raisin, Citron and Marble I have nandsome and stock of beautiful and
I J. 'V. Pearson who has owned Scripture reading Laurence Jack meet a funeral procession with the son a complete
and operated for years a profitable and pleased old and voung. Cake, 20 Cents a Pound of the widow Nain. As the two processions modern Jewelry Watches of all kinds and prices.
phosphate mine In Citrus county near The first performance was given at son.Paper, "The Origin of the Baraca meet Christ stops them and
Holder, known as the "Alta"* has disposed 2:30 this afternoon with a packed tent Class"-Andrew Fausett. O. K. GROCERY commands the dead son to arise. The Diamonds, Rings, Broaches, Chains, Fobs, FraternityPins

of the same at a rattling good of enthusiastic people. The trained Song, "Speed Away"-Harry Cole four palbearers piece the bier on the Charms, etc. An exceptionally fine line of Cut
price (not permited to name figures) ponies were the best ever seen here. Harry Fausett, Robert Caldwell and ground and the young man arises and
t to Messrs. H. C. Dutton & Co., of They were trained to that perfection Frank Gates. CASH GROCERS. steps off the bier and goes to his Glass at living prices. Fine China, heavy warranted

Gainesville. Mr. Thomas Sexton, an where it is difficult to draw the line Address. "The Influence of the I mother who clasps him in her arms Plate and Sterling Silver Table Ware Sterling Silver
expert phosphate miner, who. previous beween instinct and reason. One of Christian Young Man..-Mr. Phone I74. Clark Bros. Props. and the entire procession turns around '
;; the most clever and entertaining acts Novelties and Toilet Articles. Edison Phonographs and
to taking a working Interest with Mr. Song "Saved by Grace"- and goes home."Hundreds
e r. Pearson, was for years Messrs. Ford & were te belled ponies. who play- and Frank Gates. GoodWiR.1 of equally interestingscenes Records,' Fountain Pens, etc., etc. Watch repairing a
ed "Home Sweet Home" and "Suwanee
head in their shown. them
Killer's man phosphate Address by Dr Carroll. are Among are
f' mining interests ere they sold their River." A number of trained dos Recitation-M. C Standley. Clear Havana the blacksmith at work, the pottery, specialty. Prices are moderate and goods are guaranteed.

valuable property, has a commission delighted the audience with a numberof Address-Claud Gates. I CigarsThe trains of cars in motion and players,
f on hand to go to the Frazer River new and original tricks high Jump- SongCongregation.Collection 1 mechanical birds with natural voices
C country In Oregon and investigatesome ing drills bareback riding etc. The by George Yonge and singing In the trees and scores of
fi copper mining properties. Mr. show has a splendid military band Marshall McDavid I complete line of the celebrated wonderful things which are beyond A.
: which rendered fine music. Taken '
if Pearson has plenty of good phosphate as Song, "Onward Christian Soldier" El Sello Clear Havana Cigars, manu- the power of tongue to fully describe.
and later will have them a whole ft was one of the b lands left on Congregation. factured by Messrs. Fernandez Reich not a panorama;
opened and erect a plant to mine the the kind ever seen in this city. Prayer by Dr Carroll. I and Brunner of Tampa Is carried In work is carved out and the figures "THE JEWELER.MERCHANTS' ."-
same. Mr. Pearson who knows a good There will be another performance! tonight II I stock from 5 to 20 cents each.Huyler's move around the scenes as if alive.

f. thing when he sees it concluded that begining at 8:30. THE TEXAS WONDER I There are over thirty-six hundred BLOCK
having plenty of land left on which square Inches of gold used on the ornamental -
he knows to a certainty there Is phosphate FREE STEREOPTICON SHOV I Cures all Kidney. Bladder and Rheumatic -: parts and it is, as a whole,
E F:< and being offered his price for FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 16 troubles. So'd by all druggists, Candiesin valued -at $20,000."In .
his plant, let it pass into other hands. or two months' treatment by mail for I IU. the mechanical part there are

r; There will be given on the night of Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926. Olive street, I *4, 1 and 2-pound boxes, and all of over" one thousand pieces of machinery MARION FARMS STABLES
f' Dr. S. H. Blitch of Ocala who reI March 16th. In front of the Fair, A. L. St. Louis, MOo Send for testimonials.Our I the little novelty packages. Also which Is operated by electricity by a ,

cently spent a day in Jacksonville, in Webb, proprietor, a free stereoptico Ii i magazines and .newspapers. novel device in the form of an electric (INCORPORATED.)
attendance upon a meeting of the State show +>y Frank D. High, representing line of toilet soaps perfumes and motor. The structure stands twelve

Board of Health. Is a man not of many the Brown Shoe Co. of St. Louis, th*. cosmetics is unsurpassed. Tydings & Ocala House News Stand feet high twenty-five feet wide, and
I minds, but of many and varied In- most famous makers of footwear In Company. weighs about 3.000 pounds. If you fail LIVERYFine
terests. The Ocala representative of the world with views and scenes of C. M. WHITESIDE. to see Jerusalem you miss the opportunity GENERAL
the Commercial Bank, of this city, he the late St. Louis World's Fair BASEBALLThe Manager of a lifetime to see the grandest -
is also an entenclve and successful High Is an artist in the true production of human skill and

farmer, besides being interested in sense of the word and the display on boys of the sixth and seventh genius ever placed on exhibition." Carriages, Buggies and Traps
various local enterprises. In addition that night will be worth seeing. It grades of the Ocala High school play-
,, to all this he Is hospital-surgeon and will not only please but Instruct and ed a game of ball yesterday afternoonon THE MARION COUNTY Drummer, Carryalls. Saddle Horses, etc. '

prison physician for the lessees of the by way of variety, tell you something the South Third street diamond. HOSPITAL ASSOCIATIONThe
state convicts position for which ne about an important article of every The score was 6 to 3 in favor of the y FAST HORSES
first annual meeting of the subscribing FINE VEHICLES.
is admirably matted not only by his day use. shoes for all classes and con- I sixth grade.Champion .
of the
professional skill but by reason of the ditions. Our readers will please read : JEWELER J[ [
be held on Tuesday the 13th day
I broad and enlightened humanity that the display ad in today's paper. Readit. Liniment For RheumatismChas.
of March. 1906. at 3:30 p. m. at the Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
has made him one of the most popularmen note the date and be on hand for
Drake mail carrier at Chap-
a hospital in Ocala Fla. for the purposeof
In Marion county. Not long ago an evening of genuine amusement. inville. Conru. says "Chamberlain'sPain electing officers and such other Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.J. .
the doctor was elected president of theI Seats for the ladies.A Balm is the champion of all lini- Carries a Complete Stock of business as may come before the

Prison Physician's Society, and in that I ments. The past year I was troubleda meeting. A. L. Izlar Secretary. R. MARTIN Manager.
__ capacity received a letter from Amos Safe Cough Medicine for Children" great deal with rheumatism In my Jewelry, Consisting of .
W. Butler, secretary of the society,
shoulder. After trying several cures WILLIAM'S CARBOLIC SALVE --
notifying him that he had been selected In buying a cough medicine for the storekeeper here recommended this PINS, DIAMONDS,
I. to deliver an address at the next children never be afraid to buy Cham- remedy and it has completely curedme. with ARNICA and WITCH HAZELThe

meeting which Is. by the way to be berlain's Cough Remedy. There Is no ." There is: no use of anyone suf- RINGSVATCHES, WAGONS AND BUGGIES.
held In Auburn New York, on Sept. danger from it and relief is alwayssure fering from that painful ailment when" CHARMS FOBS best salve in the world for cuts,
Times-Union.. to follow. It is especially val- this liniment can be obtained for a bruises sores, ulcers salt rheum tet
able for colds croup and whooping small sum. One application gives' CHAINS CUT GLASS ter chapped hands and all skin erup of harness
WHAT IT MEANS cough. For sale by the Postoffice prompt relief and Its continued use tions. It Is guaranteed to give satis- If you are thinking of buying a buggy, carriage set or a

Drugstore.J. for a short time will produce a permanent -I FINE CHINA.LADIES' faction or money refunded. Price 25c. saddle see oui stock before doing so.Ve have a splendid line of

We're tired of asking questions! cure. For sale by the Postoffice ', Sold by William Anderson. Williams all kinds and also tur
"Fewer gallons; wears longer" UMBRELLAS, Manufacturing! Co., Proprietors, Cleveland carriages and buggies of styles grades, heavy

r. means that you don't have to paint E. CHACE Drugstore. GUARANTEED CLOCKS Ohio. pentine wagons, light farm wagons and a fine stock of harness, sad

your have to house use so so much often paint., and you Costs don't less DENTAL SURGEON NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERSThe -AndSOUVENIR- TO RENTA dies, lap robes, whips, and in fact, everything in this line of goods
regular annual meeting of the
for the job and you don't have to do '
stockholders of the Ocala Water Com- CARDS.

l t the The Job new so often.paint is not new_ at alL Its Office Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bld'gOCALA pany will be held in the city of Ocala, kitchen good, garden cottage and with well dining of room good S A. STANDLEY & COMPANY*

Florida, on Saturday, the 10th day of
the biggest-selling paint in the United water. $5 per month. Apply to Mrs.

I.. States and the firm that makes it is FLA. March. A. D.. L.1906.R. Anderson.. President. All Kinds of Repairing. N. S. Wallace Ocala. F1a.WOMEN' West o! Square.

t 152 years old.
J. A. Campbell. Secretary.CASTORIA.
i" Devoe Lead and Zinc-fewer gallons $ KIDNEYS
-. Terms Cash.
; than mixed paints wears twice as long OCALA Women are more often afflicted with
> as lead and aiL T. W. Smith & Co., Y kidney disorders than men. but attribute -

; sell it. I FLA. the symptoms to diseases peculiar LUMBeR
SAMPLE SHOESAND to their sex. while in reality the
For Infants and Children. kidneys are deranged.
headache puffy or dark circles unapt

: On Saturday there will be a sale of The Kind You Hare Always BoughtBears A Choice Stock the eyes, pain in the back are signs ROUGH OR DRESSED
homemade cake at A. El Burnett's SECOND-HAND SHOES of kidney trouble that must net be ignored -

tore, proceeds for the benefit of Grace theSignature /'r-: : or a serious malady will result.
f, church. FOR MEN of Of Fresh Beef Pork Foley"s Kidney Cure has restored the See or Phone
.la: health of thousands of weak nervous
BARGAIN IN REAL ESTATE As good as new and at great And Mutton broken down women. It stops Irregularities -

bargains. A $4 pair of men's and strengthens the un- B. H. SEYT OUR
160 acres of land a good 6-room Bedroom suits and Iron beds In end- nary organs. It purifies the blood and
house stable, barn chicken house and shoes $2-50; t3 pair for $1.50 to less variety and design. Iron beds Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry, benefits the whole system. Sold by the PHONE NO. 25. Ocala.: Ffa..n

other small out-houses necessary to Si.75, and they are just as goodas some 75 different styles prices from Eggs, Fish, Oysters and Postoffice Drugstore.
the farm; 40 acres of the land cleared $2.75 to $%..60 each. At Mclver and
would get for $3 to $4.50 }Iacl Choice Fresh Family Groceries
and in cultivation. 120 acres has a you ay. SEABOARD AIR LINE

world of good fire wood and some good elsewhere All kinds of shoes always on hand from NEW SCHEDULEDay
tie timber. Owners non-resident and THE ORIGINAL FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
made and repaired, rubber heels which to do your marketing.Send .
wants to sell at once. More than Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Trains
enough wood to pay for place. Price, and soles put on. All goods and Honey and Tar as a throat and lung or bring us your or-
oly $400. For sale by Ditto & Ma- remedy and on account of the great will haeprompt Northbound.. .... ....12:57 p. m. Western Beef, Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef Mutton, Ar-

loney. all work fully guaranteed* Give merit and popularity of Foley's Honey ders and they Southbound... ..... ... %:%0 p. m. mour's Star Ham Armour's Pork Sausage Cabbage .
my goods and work a trial and you and Tar many imitations are offered attention. Night Trains
SOME PRETTY RINGSA. for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Rutabagas Turnips Beets Sweet --
will be more than pleased. Northbound------------- a. m. -
Honey and Tar and refuse and sub-
E. Burnett the Jeweler has a stitute offered as no other preparationwill W. E. SMITH.No. Southbound... ... ... ... 2:30 a. m. Potatoes Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions. _

number of moderate priced and very A. M. FOOR give the same satisfaction. It Is '
:,' pretty diamond rings. mildly laxative. It contains no No. 98 Magnolia St. LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED W. P. EDWARDS
Montezuma Block opiates and Is safest for children and ,
Disinfect with Feneque Powder. Sold delicate persons. Sold by the Post- Phone Market111,1
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Opposite Tydings& Co office Drugstore. 77. Phone 26. R. E. Yong. &. C*. Phone 108 City

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CAPITAL $50,000.
Ocala Beavers' Minstrels went ,

to L* sbarg yesterday afternoon an BANK .
meet this evening 'J -'
gave a most creditable performanceat
the opera house last night to a President T. T. MUNROE. .:. '
Elks meet Tuesday night. fair sized audience and cleared expenses ,
on the trip. In some respectsthe Vice President, Z. C. CH\lBLI S -
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday evening.See boys gave a better performancethan
they did in Ocala and the Liees- Cashier, J. B. BROOKS

BRANCH OF TIIECOMMERCIAL the toy flying machines at the burg audience seemed well pleased.
Ocala News Company. From to 25 Those who went down were: Mr. and

cent:. Mrs. E. P. Pittman Mr. and :Mrs.: l i
BANK Hoffman. Miss Sara \Vhitfield and Mrs.

The Ocala House had thirty-four ar- Nelson. Miss Margaret Walters an-1 CENTRAL
ricals yesterday.Call Mr. Duncan Jim Hewitt, Thompson. NATIONAL BANK
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Deveneau. Martinet. Cline. Royal and

on J. E. Bankston and see the Harry Cole. Lawrence Jackson G. X

finest veal that was ever in the city Nash Carlton. Dr. Blalock. Bob. Mathews -

market of Ocala.H. Moods. Owens. Peter and Jack OF
Mclntosh.V.. J. Otto and Cecil Lob- OCALA.

NEXT MONDAY AT W. Long, of Martel, was in town rig. Louis Lang J. D. Withers Bob
today. Adams. Allen Bridges. P. R. Carroll. .

Hamp Chambers. tr.ViIl Thomas. J. K CHRISTIAN, GEORGE
Geo. Butch, John Pelot Will Moore.
VARIETY STORE Any lady will be proud to possessone George Mac:Ka)'. Forney Lancaster. C. DIRECTORS: T. T. MUXROE. 2. C. CHAMBLLSS
of our elegant dressers and dress-
L. Sistrunk. Walter Tucker. The party
ing tables in golden oak. mahogany, HERBERT A. FORD. R. S. BALI.McIVER .
had a good time and lots of fun.
birdseye maple or white enameL Mc-

lver & :MacKay.C. .

SPECIAL SALE E. Gleaso)). of Zion City. I1L. Is a
Mrs. Edward Sweat was comingin
guest at the Ocala House. Mr. Dowie
town this morning driving a spirited '
isn't with him.
OF CROCKERY horse the animal took fright near AND MacKAY.
the corner of South Third and Wenona
We are second to nobody on blank
streets. and ran awaHe first went
books. Come and see the line. The
between a gate and a tree, just wide :
Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. .
WeTHE will sell the low enough for him. but not for the buggy.
following prices, and left it there. He tore through T.
J. M. Meffert and children dinedat
T. Munroe's fence, then the
the Montezuma today and took in street, going through two fences for Build Complete and Ready to Cottages

Decorated Bowls and Pitchers at-----------------$J.J9 the pony show. Isaac Stevens then across South Sec- Occupy, 1-

ond street, through Wake Well's front

Decorated Cups and Saucers'at----____________ _____ JOc assortment We carry of the druggist's largest and sundries very best In gate knocking and down down the line three of fences fence un-Inside and Residences, and Furnish, Them

the city. Tydings & Ca. til he brought up against the east side
Decorated Plates and Bowls at--------------------- lOc
of Will Xelson's house with a shock
From Cellar to Garret with
A. R. Griffin a prominent citizen that shook the building broke a win Every-

Plain white Cups and Saucers at-- - --: -_________ --6c and merchant of Anthony, dined at dow and frightened Mrs. Nelson and
the Montezuma yesterday. her little daughter half to death. This

J4-inch plain white Platters at- -- ____ ___ _ _ _ __t 4c stopped his career and he was recap- thing Needed, be it an Humble[
You can still get fancy china and tured. Mrs. Sweat was thrown from

J2-incfa plain white Platters at . __ __9c staple crockery at the Ocala News the buggy and painfully bruised. Her
---- -- - ---- -
Company. This Is our regular line, two little children were with her, but Cottage or Palatial Home.

J-lnch plain white Platters at 7c and we have it all the time. were not hurt and of a basket of eggs
---------------------- j
she was bringing to town not one was

Mr. J. R. Thompson of Pine was In broken. The horse was badly hurt -
10-inch plain white Platters at ------ - --------------6c town today and went out to Arcadiato which is not to be wondered at, as he Build and Equip Deep Wells Sunk _

i spend a week or ten days. cut through six fences like a cannon

0-inch plain white Bowls at ____________:_________14c ball before hitting the house. Stores Churches School Houses CourtHouses size to
Any or any depth desired. 1
Dr. Thomas' uncooked whole wheat

9-inch plain white Bowls at________________________ \ Jc biscuit at Tydings & Co. Will cure FUNERAL NOTICEThe etc.
Painting Paper Hanging
indigestion and stomach troubles. ,

8-inch plain white Bowls at------------_____________9c Masons of Ocala are requestedto Construct and Equip 1
Mr. J. D. Buckalew went down to meet at the Masonic Hall tomor- Interior decorating, roofing, etc. A com

0-inch plain white Bakers at ___________J4c Lake Weir yesterday to visit his old row morning at 8:30 to attend the Phosphate Plants of size and and skilled
----------- time friend. Mr. E. S. Upham. funeral of the late Capt. Robert Flynn any a complete petent corps of of workmen always 1

9-inch plain white Bakers at----____ _ _____________ \ tc Our lace and embroidery countersare whose tonight remains from St. will Augustine.A arrive. In Ocala stock of repair parts for same always ready to take charge of work. jBuilder's

filled with big values. The Ocala carried in stock.
8-inch plain white Bakers at 9c CORRECTION Material
------------------------ Bazaar. i

8-inch plain white Covered Dishes at______----------36c7inch Hon. Syd L. Carter, of Gainesville, The receipts of the Ocala postoffioe Build Bridges, We carry at all times an immense stock of

\ plain white Covered Dishes at________________33c passed route through to Dunnellon.Our Ocala. this afternoonen January show an over increase January of 20 last per year cent and in And in fact, do any and aIr kinds of con Builder's Material, Lime, Brick, Plaster, '

33 1-3 per cent. In February over the struction work. repairs and Lath Paints Oils t
receipts of February 1905. on Shingles, Roofing,

Plain white Plates at 7c 6c and 5c. rect, both weather as to thermometers quality and price.are cor-The all kinds of buildings. Cement, Sewer Pipe, etc.

Postoffice Drugstore.L. FOR SALE-A good 5-room house, J
with hall; good water; one acre", beau-

Dow and wife who have been visIting tifully located north of B. H. Sey. Send us your orders. We carry by far, the largest, best and most varied stock in Central

MANY MORE friends at Hastings returned mour's.McConn Terms spoke cash.and rim Apply W. H. Florida, apd our business methods will please you.

home today. Mr. Dow is the postmaster -
at Heidtville Yours for a Prosperous Year,
AT There were twenty-eight arrivals at
the 1lontez' yesterday..
Why send your orders away for en-

graving. We are agents for one of the JYIcIVER & lVLacKA Y
best engravers in the country, and If you are going to put down mat a

guarantee satisfaction. See our sam- ting, we would like to show you whatwe 9

ples. The Postoffice Drugstore.The have in that line. Ocala Furniture Contractors, Builders and Furniture Dealers

TH VARIETY STORE l' R i iSEE Board of County Commissioners Company.Our .

held a special meeting this morn- art department is complete. A

ing to meet Architect Chamberlin and magnificent stock of pictures in oil

adjust a few matters that were omitt- and water colors and pencil sketches.

ed concerning the new courthouse. Frames to match any picture. Hun- LICTORs

dreds of styles. Visit this department.

THE DISPLAY IN WINDOW Phone your Items of news any time Mclver & JIacKay. s
of the day or evening to 51 or 2GS.
Would you like to have a seat at the
Coeds that are at that
!good prices
opera In your own home? How would
Mrs. Walter Graham of Asheville, are right, backed by a reputation that ;
you like to hear your favorite voice in
a former Ocalain. came In this afternoon we are proud of. Ocala Furniture song or recitation in the quiet of your :
East Coast to visit her father, Mr. Car- -
Florida Railway.Local ter, of Carter's Pond. Company.The can if you parlor have? a This and more is yours

Time Card No. 64. In Effect January 9, 1906. material Electric and house workmanship.wiring. Guaranteed The Yonge stock of finest jeweler's, largest goods and of most all varied kinds vaFcwy

ever shown in this market. Ocala :Mu- _
SOUTH-SOUND-BEAD DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-REAO UP. eV Cline Co. sic Company Jewelers. VictorTalking,

No.B9JNO. 35 No.9'No.' 23 STATIOSS So. 78'No. 74'Xo. 28'No. 98
Pally I Daily Polly j Dally I Dally Daily Daily i I Dally Two pleasant young men from New Stoves and ranges and blue flame h
York City Messrs. Johnson and :Daly, oil stoves all sizes and prices. Call
20P t 20 p1920 a i Oil a LY--JacLIOD\"We.U 7 S&a P 740 al 840 a
_._ t 28 pi, II 28 a_ ,__.60. Jacksonville_. 12'l P_... 733 a_._ are in the city arranging to open a and look the stock over. Marion Hardware ;
930 P 540 p1035; sJvO6, a "_St.Augustine_." 620 P .040 P 630 al 740 a skating ring in the armory, of which Company.
_._ 19 pl1l1; a_ _Hastings_" 6 39 __ 642 a__ due notice will be given in the Star.
10 2D p 6 17 PI 11 9) .I It 4S a LY.Ea.I"alalta.L.. 6 25 qI 6 63 P 5// di 6 W.
1015 p 700 pU: 6& a 10 10 a Ar_ Valatta_L. 6 00 II b :AI 6 00 .15 asa
66 p 100 p.11 OS .920. Ly__ hlaaaAr 700 p 7 ,! p 685&' 7 06 a Remember, the Fair, A. L. Webb, With or without board. Upstairs room Machine
1611 p rb __ Ar.-Saw Mateo.-.Lt 105 p 105 P I106 I---: proprietor, is headquarters for the In one of the city's! best resident sec! rear-. __ -
00P P 8 ob a i L.___-San Mateo_-Ar 7 bp 7.6p 800 a: 8 0 0 Buster Brown and White House Shoes. tions. Apply at this office. -
__ 7181>1:106: Lv-e<>ga-Ly 449 p_ t4 al_ Also :. =;
712 p'121' p_ "_Bulilldls.--- t36 p 430 a\_ a full spring stock of Oxford ties, I - -
7 40 pi12; 2S p'__ .._--1Jupoot.--" t:19 II__ t 2'l a\_ all made by the celebrated Brown WELL WORTH TRYING .

1189 :24 34 :'i.iM-PU,: 02 12 : :Ormond Ormond lloteL._._: T02P : g IIii ';,613 Shoe Co. of St. Louis. Finer, better WE HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" ..

1160 II e 46 p 106 p'1120!' a"_Daytona_- 16:1: II! t IS P 1 37 a 5 12 a and more durable shoes never were I W. H. Brown the popular pension
_._ 867 P 1 16 PI-+ __ -_Port Oraoge...... I tI P__ I 25 al_ made. Call and inspect them. I attorney, of Pittsfield. Vt. says:
12 Za .20 136... ..p1144 a ArN Smyrua.Lv 322 p 3M P 302 u 4 4 a ''Next to a pension the best thing to RECORDS? YES
JO 21 .10 21 al' 4b p 4 44 p Ar_Lake Helen_Ly 12 W p'IZ 4- P 6 I. pi 6(99p I Mrs. Belle Alberty, of Hutsonville get is Dr. King's New Life Pills He
10B 39 a t p 4M p- OraogeCtt1-:> p 12 3S1Z : P 649
10 aS aIO: 4i n. 6 00 p 600 P "_Orange (;UT JUOCUOD_" S) p,12,. 30 I4IJI 640 pi Ala, who has spent the winter with writes: "They keep my family In ;
1210 9U. l..e p W a New bWTroa.-Ly 312 p is..6 p 2 a 4 S. Mrs. Nancy Wallace and her son. splendid health. Quick cure for headache -
----I.M p 21S P,,11 __ -_Mk B Ill_Le 2" p!__ 2Z1 a_ Kurtz in Tampa will leave Monday constipation and biliousness. %iic. We have all you coul.1 want to select from, and we would like to have you come in

930.a 10 9r0 3IS p ._2 48_p l=12 41=-P: Ar&Drord--Ly Ar___Tttuon-llIe.___- 1123 208 all 26j 20 P a_1 43 a_3 $8 for her home very much to the regret Guaranteed at Tydings & Co.'s drug and ask us to play them to you. Our stock of records is the most complete in Central

_'11 20 all 20 &T.:=:: Ly--S&ofon1-Ar 930., 9 SO12S a of her many friends and especially the store. Florida. j
members of Rebekah of
a io 86 2,8p'12 41 P LYDtI1lYlUeAr 2 08 P 2 W P 143 al Iii all Chapter
17 P p_ "_Cocoa_Le 117 p_ 100 al_ which order she is an honored mem- CALL FOR YOUR PRIZES
ll?J $26 p :......_..Roekled 1 34 p 12 b6 ._ ber. ,
== S36 Iii Iote1L" 124 -iu"p I
p pRockledge Holders of ticket Xo. 638 In the THE OCALA FURNITURE CO.
100 D Eaa GalUe.12 41 12
==12 tt : : t : :"._..._Melbourne.==' 1232 &I===I 12 n :'== Mrs. Dorothy Edwards her sister lemon colored series and No. 9 in the I
264 a 46' p -_Sebwtlae _" 11 60 a_' p.-1 Mrs. Kate Boyd Taylor, of Ocala and levender colored series will please!
1 45 a 8 44 p __ Luee_" 11 01 a''__,1056 i>IJO I--
4 a 100 a 1110 p Z&S p -_Fort Pierce_" 10 641O a121 5 p 10 30 P 12 U a heir: sister Miss Mary Boyd. of Boyds present them at the W. J. -Chamb..!rs
I $ a20, p_ -_Tlbballa_" 22 a':'_ 0 57 p__ Tank. Ala, who arrived in Ocala this Shoe Company and get their hat racks.
129 a'24 "_Eden__- 1018 .' 963
p p-
21r>> a ,:19 p "--- ensen_- 10 13 a''_ 948 p_ afternoon will leave Monday for Port CLOSE MESH AMERICAN FENCE.S
I" a 138 11_ -__Stuart_" 1004 a:_ 937 pl!- Tampa where they will take a steamer -STARKE ISN'T DEAD"
14 7 Oa p :____Robe Sound : 938 a 908 pl i for Key West and Nassau, returning
== : B : 7 21 p== __._West Jupiter I == 921 a=== 8 49 p!==
home via Miami. Ocala isn't either. Ell W. Roar. ..
.07 a 10 766 P 606 p .l.r_West Palm Ktt.cH_- 800.1053. 8 13 pll 00 IIen -- Se tvCH ...
160 au p 610 P LyPalmBe&cbL. 840 .1025 a 803 plOMP.1026' r -- --- -- - J ....Sal
1n a 100 III P I to. "_WVNt Palm fceach_At 816 al000 a 738 rJ The 6See a'' f
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Is -
128 111II P ''_6070 ton- .. 748 a._ 71S P'- R. D. FULLER. L. F. il r I fOll!
ISS a lOll p_ "_._Delra1- 738.'_ 70s now serving ice cream at Its popular BLALOCK. These j
J .S3 .;.1000 P .._"art Laoderdal,_- 849 .'_ 609 pl_ (fountain. The Ice cream season has 6 r I :

== {142 54 a1008 a 10 20 &- :=::::llallaadal Pania _..__: 642 630 :1=== 6 600 48 :1== been opened at this popular resort. FULLER & BLALOCK How 6 t w-I .1 34'\11.' Close

__ al0 __ "_ _- 608 .._ '_ ..
720 45 p Lemon City a. 521 6 1 = = 28"s 1ot
110 a 710 p J2t p Ar_Miami_Lt 600 -181$ aiiO P'I 820 r DENTAL tii t Meshes
x1066 Miss Annie May Abbott, the little SURGEONS Z4.k "
Lt Miami....__ 600 Close _
: a--- Ar l_-_-Homestead- :::=t=:=:::1 80 pt pro Georgia magnet gave an entertain- .....; 20,", WfU
.- Buffet Parlor Can on trains 23.29,;s,11. B Sleeping Can on train SS,99.28.98. ment at the opera house last nightto Office Over Monroe &: Chambliss' Bank These I .
I Dally except Sunday. : a fairly good audience She seemedto --..-_,...- .r-- -- TurnMeshes
amuse the audience very much with OCALA FLA. 111, 1f :=

HA.23*'Ne.2n'... Ut';... 43 N0. :.,5o. :"N', 35t1lO. 89V- 93tIl I ;?'!'i Terms -----.,.:. .,. -........--. -. -. -- '---' PIgs.

Dan, Oallf j Dally I Daily EDaOYeaIEaOaYI: : Dall, D&07 I DaHv ,Ia.: II... If you want to enjoy: clean airy Cash.
roomswith good attention and the HEAVY WIRES CLOSE MESH. PIG TIGHT.
Lw Jacksonville 800 a tOO J 9 20 a 110 p 2 60 300 420 8O: 880 pi) 9 00 pAr best table board in the ask Colonel ,
SL Augustine 900 a,.000 allOSO al S 10 p 160 400 PS 30 920 I 9 80 plO 00 p city, ,.:AvAn1....-M 41.N.et4w.1....:_....M Yrry.t
Shlpman for the rates of the --'w. _..:____
.' N. "" Top and bottom bar?, Xo. 10, galvanized wire; Intermediate bars, No. 11 galvanizedwire
.. 74'Dallf' 80. 3 ... 1St I. 44'' : ;' .Hi. 28tN. 9BtI' e2tEpa16 Montezuma HoteL ,

>KOBTHBOCKD: Dalli t laU, I Dan, Ea.Oalt S.aEa.I .Seti. DDT ( Daily | Dall t L S. 1 ; Stays, Xo. l2, galvanized wire, 12 inches apart.

al All kinds of Perfection Shoe Polish
Lt St.Augustine 6 4OAr p S 10 p { JO p 12 10 p1118 all 40 SO ,740 820 765 a
Jacksonville- 4O 7 10 p T M pi I t 10 p'1210 p-H 40 1C;40 a:840 at II 20 86& a for dressing white canvas shoes, 10;. LARGE STOCK, QUICK SHIPMENTS.The .
a bottle'at the Ocala Bazaar. t
.Trains composed excloslTely cf Pullman or Parlor Can and extra teat fare will be cnarged. '1I1
Stock of
t Day eoacbee operated on these trains on wntcn no extra or teat fare U cbarged. Largest Light and Heavy
Miss Annie May Abbott and brother, ,

21..: ..::111.l No. 17Dally Xo. 18'No.*:*o.aS:: :J. W. Abbott, were guests at the Mon-
gatu 1 Saw. Ex.SUB.. slay fort Brandt Sam tezuma last nightThe 5 DOORS AND
Only 1 0 ly ,Dally Dally, Only Dally m2 ,

oo PI 10 10 p 8 li8M L. Jackon.LUe-.Ar 7 30 a 12 SO 6 30 p .
9 40 p'10 60 .4840] : p : Ar.P.bto beacS r 660 a 11 6O 460 p== Anti-Monopoly Drugstore leadsin BLINDS FARM MILL AND
S 44 p ho.. ai'43 p 869IS ---.l.tJaoUe JIe&d1.43 all 45M 4 44 p_ correspondence: paper and envel- ,
.eo pin 1. 70G P 9 a _Mayport_L. 6 all >b 4 X> pa opes. Fabric finish a Parisian dim- .ass

to suit Is their leader now; '

CUse Cas"tio. Made at Mla>al with Steauhips .! Ue P..t 0. S.S. Compaxy for also the New Century exclusive linen 3
writing tablets with envelopes. Do ,
-1. I j Havana Key West and Nassau. not fail to see this line of paper, en- r ,
velopes and tablets. Corn the left eye and see if the lines laOH J

( Three Sailings Each Week. sections of the above circle appearegnaly C 'J:: r Carried In Central Florida. !

I. Trains discharge passengers at ship's side. No transfer Mrs. Padgett and little daughter dark and distinct. If not. yon
who have been visiting Mrs. Padgett'asister This is the Implement for Your Sprin Crops. '
I' Tbeee Time'Tables ahoy the times at which trains may be expected to arrive at and depart tare Astigmatism-a visual defect wbicb! '
i from the several aC&UobaC their arrival or4ep&nlU'8a& the times stated.not guaranteed Mrs. George Davis have returned -
I .or la this Company tote held responsible tor any delays or any consequence arising theretrom. home. should be corrected at cnce. Try the MARION HJ\RDW RE CO
left eye ia the s sc manner.
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
Others may have furniture, but for Then call on Dr. D. 31. Boney, he will 0CAL7: =t, 1=1-75.
the same price goods better.
our are
Optical parlors upstairs
-. J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Oen'l Pass. Atf., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. Ocala Furniture Company. Gary building Ocala. We are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence Also.

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IC' I Ii r r Begin Taking: Ozomclsioa Today f

BROTHERS PRACTICALLY POWERLESS P and Your Cure Begins Today i I Humor flea PhilosophyBy

i : We give Free Presents, consisting Turkey Roasters, Hall Racks, Towel DUNCAN M. SMITH I

Racks Silver Coffee Pots etc. with every pound package of Baking I Is What the President Thinks of the The soda cracker is an 1
Powder at 50 cents per pound. Recent Investigation Resolution

Tickets for other valuable presents given with every .purchase of Soap, Passed by Congress PERT PARAGRAPHS.- W ideal food. Uneeda 1!

Soap Powders Starch Coffee and Extracts. Washington March .-The president rkc..Z-c.IL.-l'u: fxaetmm.-' l A boost when It's needed Is worth a

has sent a to congress Its Vitalized Medicinal Food Properties : myriad when they aren't. Biscuit are the ideal !
With every pound of tea. at 60c. we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitcher message are Very Qu.jkiy Realized. |
Pudding Pan or Cake Mould. announcing his signature to the joint In Bringing Healthy Color to Un j I
resolution recently passed instructing i Cheeks of the Pale and Sallow.In To economize is to be miserable now soda crackers. Indeed

With Every 25c. Worth of Laundry Soap We will Give a Mixing Bowl the Interstate Commerce Commissionto t!. the Feeble Producing, and Strength the invalid.In to.tie 11 order that you may make some one ,
make an examination into the sub- Toning up the System of Convalescents else miserable In the future.A .
Every article and every present Is first class and fully guaranteed, and ject of railroad discriminations and from Exhaustive Diseases the
your money will be refunded if both are not as represented. monopolies in coal and oil He say' In Cleansingthe Entire System.In .
S Nourlsnir.g the Wornofet. girl with several strings to her' bowIs
frankly that he has signed with hesitation -
In Rounding Out the Thin. Peaked
FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES because it may achieve little or Faces of Children.In apt to have a string: to everything she

g' Manufacturers of Pure Fancy Home-Made Candies nothing lie indicates. if the Investigation Desirable Building Pink up on and their: White Little Flesh Bodiesthe and dx-s. Only'soda
proposed by the resolution U In Dotting their cheeks with the Pretty
South Main Street. Give Us a Call. Ocala Florida. conducted thoroughly it will give immunity Color and Dimples that make Mothers -
from criminal prosecution tJ: i Heart Glad.
-- ------ -- -- - -- --- -- -- -- OZOKUISICN
all persons who are called and swornas I Is an antidote; for all Dictate Caused by
witnesses. In the opinion of th- Exposure: to Cold sad Wet.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES the president the direction contained i j To prove Its Medicinal Food Merits a crackers rightly
s In the resolution will remain practically -I Trial Bottle Free by Mail

of no force unless money be j Will be sent on request. Writ by letter made in the first place
(Standley's Old Stand.) provided to carry on the Investigation i or postal card to ,
and the commission be authorized ot Ozomnlsion Co..98 PIne St.,New York.
take testimony under its provisions. ( 411 Druggists-TKO slaes-60c. and n.eaPIMPLES rightly protected first
He therefore. that ,
suggests congress
The Best I Drummer's Business give serious consideration to just what j last and all the time.

I It desired the Interstate Commerce
Carriages and Buggies. 1 Given Special Attention. Commission to do and that S54.000; be I I"I

placed at the disposal of the commis- j| No drinks are served at the bar of t.rt
sion to defray the expenses of the proposed j Justice; just food for reflection. In a dust tight

Good Traveling I Careful Drivers investigation. ) tried an k.- '. ..f b: ,'4 rrm"4l>a whvb Caned moisture proof package.
to do me any go. i i it I have r..t 1 the nebt thine
: but andGentle *t I.... Mr far..was fall. of pimp". and bk.ileaoJ. : The number of people who are aboutto
17 I After'akl"C Cur they all left I am
SATURDAY. MARCH eoa"Dalac tl a .... of firm sad reeomm"Ddlac lead different lives are about the
Horses. Stylish Rigs. them Se m' mead.' 1 feel Sae ben 1 n.e a the NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
morning lope to haTe a chance to recommendJ I same as usual every year and they
At 1 P. M., the County Democratic ;*. :
.earel.Fred< C W'h\eD. 7'Elm St..Fe..ark.S.J. i come to the same end.
Executive Committee Will Meet !

D. W. TOMPKINS PROPRIETORPhone in Ocala I best for I I Being busy should- be only] another

The democratic executive committeeof The Bowels term for being happy.

Marion county is hereby called to I -
24. Ocala Fla. West oi Square. meet at the courthouse at Ocala Fla.. Work shows what is In you and fastness -

or Saturday. March 17th 1906. at one shows wuat Isn't.
o'clock p m. for the purpose of formulating -j Wtuv CATnaRTICt.

I GLENWOOD-- rules and regulations for conducting 1 The people who get rich quick
THE the primaries to be held May I wouldn't If there weren't so many others -
lath and June 12th, 1906 and to trans-
who want to.
t act such other business as may come
Pleas. .n..Palatable.Potent Taste Good Do 1100 .
before it. ,.,, .
y Siek...Weakea 01''Gripe. 4.5ie.S"ftl
CONVENIENT: TO BOTH DEPOTS The precinct club of each precinctis sold la bolk. The genuine. tablet .tamped'CCC.Goaranteed It takes a guardian angel and special
to care or roar money back. of dif
to people out
police keep some
hold the
requested to a meeting on
fY.- Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 595
10th inst, for the purpose of electing ficulty.
Y.t.t Anewly renovated hotel with all the privacy of family life I a committeeman for the ensuing two ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES

:years, and each committeeman elect- When there are a lot of people lying
All modern conveniences. First class] in all of its ap
ed Is earnestly requested to have Invent
awake nights trying to new
pointments. Porters meet all trains. Hates, $2 proper credentials. By order, LOUISVILLE &: 1 SASHYILLE R. R. ways of getting money the devil feels
James G. Ba -kin,
that he may take a breathing spelL
per day. Weekly and monthly rates made Chm. Dem. Ex. Com. Marion Co. BEST LINE FOR RHEUMATISM
known upon application. Attest John: M.John Graham M. Graham Secretary.Sec. To Birmingham Nashville Memphis, The man who doesn't care anyway A SURE LUKE WOUNDS OLD SORES. CORNS,BUy-
Knoxville Louisville Cincinnati wouldn't amount to much If he did IONSGALLS.BRVISES.CONTBACT-
St. Louis Chicago and All Points care. ED MUSCLES, LAME BACH, STIFF JOINTS. FROSTED FEET,
Death Rate in New York and Chicago BURNS, SCALDS ETC
During November and December, The remarkable thing about some AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation. subdues Inflammation
1903. one fifth of the deaths in New Route of the Famous Tourist Train women Is the persistency with which and drives out Pain.

PROPRIETOR. York and Chicago were from pneu CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED they don't stay married. .
PENETRATES the Pores. loosens
the Fibrous Tissues, promotes
monia. Foley's Honey and Tar not. Only Solid Pullman Train to the West, a free circulation of the Blood giving the Muscles natural .
- -- --- only stops the cough but heals and (
f With Observation Library and Vapor.She elasticity.
strengthens the lungs and prevents
Dining Car asked me to forget It.
do not take chanceson
pneumonia so weed
To throw the away;
a cold wearing away when Foley's Leaves St. Augustine, 8:20 a. m, daily.Leaves The evils that beset It
:ik Cars Honey and Tar wil cure you quicklyand I Jacksomille 9:30 a. m, daily. Are dangerous they say.
Through Tourist prevent serious results. Sold by: Arrives Chicago, 5:10 p. m., next day.
i iJ the Postofflce Drugstore. Arrives St. Louis, 2:10 p. m, next day. I I see her face beseeching. CURED OF PARALYSISW.
Through sleepers also operated on Her eyes all dewy wet.
Personally Conducted to Her slender hand outreaching s. P. O. True Texas, write "My
J A. C. L. 8.05;; p. m., train Jacksonvilleto i Bailey, :
ANTHONYWe St. Louis and Chicago.Ask I seem to see them yetI wife had been suffering fire years With paralysis in
her arm. when I was persuaded to use Ballard's
California. owe Mr. and Mrs. Keeney an for Tickets Via L. &. N. I I: I I hear eee her her accents blushes Snow Liniment which effected a complete cure. I

apology for our mistake last week. It For information as to rates to all t While here beside my fender have also used it for old sores frost bites and skin
is a boy and his name is George. points North and West chedulesand I f The smoke enfolds my head.I eruptions. It does the work."
The population of Anthony contin- I '" i
full information call ticket
on any
ues to Increase. The stork lately lefta agent or Geo. E. Herring Fla. Pass i pause a lingering minute REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES

The Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its Lamb.girl baby Henry with appears Mr. and very Mrs.much II.dis-G. Agt, L. & N. Jacksonville Fla. And And then think-ehe of Isn'tln her afar It- ,- TH tEE SIZES: 25c 50c and $1.00

: up-to-date equipment, courteous attendants and many comforts. appointed that it was not of the other PINDARS FOR SALE I light a fresh cigar. BALL\RD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. .

I It's the easy way to travel-no changes of cars, or other wor- gender.The town council assembled In reg- First clays seed pinJara for sale.' Cautious.vQ. LOUIS. U. S. A.

r ries. ular session Monday night, transact- Address T. P. Jones Anthony Fla.

Are California? this of travel. ing nothing but routine business. Ow-
going to Investigate /
you way COOK WANTEDA -
ing to our not being present at the w r dAhf 1os SOLD AND RECOMMEND ED BY ALL DRUGGISTS
J-: You'll be surprised to find how cheaply you can go. meeting we will not in the future be good cook to go to Homosassa.Fare .

.... able to report the proceedings. paid down and good wages. Apply cur ",
Owing to having to Mr. tr
accompany to this office
Carl Priest, agent for the Stucky and THE ORIGINAL
l' Tiller Co., to attest and seal various t NN
r Full Particulars and illustrated literature of lease contracts, we have not been able Dts
to gather the news as we have been CHEAPeOLOf The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act
accustomed to. on the bowels l and thus assist in expelling
Mrs. Kates writes that the sick are
Atlanta Ga
recovering, and that we may look for TICKETSTO colds from the system is new and originalIn

her home in a few days. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.LAXATIVE .
Southern Pacific. Our truckers say that rats moles
and other vermin are doing more dam OREGON ,rte-
age to their crops than the late cold ,
dime If
"I'd gladly give the beggar a
weather. CALIFORNIA I thought he would spend it for food
w- Several of our best ball players say A certain safe and harmless remedy for ""'.
than It foolishly
rather squander
they are too busy with their crops to WASHINGTONand
even think of playing ball. Boys try "Don't take any chances. lie might all Coughs, Colds,Croup Whooping Cough,

i to spare a little of your time to organize the buy an automobile with it" La. Grippe Bronchitis, Influenza and all
as all work and no play is apt to
1 r SEABOARD AIR-LINE RY. make Jack a dull boy. NORTHWESTWill Early Social Function. Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers

: Mr. E. D. Benson is doing an ex- Just that history may be kept straightIt praise the children's favorite Kennedy's
cellent job in building a new wire fenceon
be Sold Feb. 15th to April 7th
Laxative and TarCOUGH
may be said that those who attendedthe Honey
the west line of his land, which he
Savannah, Columbia Camden Southern Pines Richmond Washington, Baltimore recently purchased from W. It. Hamil Inclusive Boston tea party did not wear TARp
Fhllade Ipbla. New York. dress suits. According to the best Information SYRUP
ton.The Chattanooga to California . ...$37.30
laundry basket will be shipped we have, the distinguishinggarb
r THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY Knoxville to California. .. ... 40.55
next Tuesday.!! of those who attended was a look spared at the Laboratory of X. C. D WITT A CO.. CHICAGO, V. 8. A.
Dr. J. G. Baskin spent last Saturdayand Atlanta to California. .. ...... 39.50 hatchet. _
and _
of determination a 1U sun CtOVXB BLOSSOM ABO Tai BOKZT BZS W OS STSET BOTTU.
t SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL Sunday with his parents and -
I Proportionate rates from all other Social affairs were crude In those SOLD BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA FLA
sister at Anthony. ('Oints also to Washington, Oregon and days. A man would drop in to see a
t SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED the Northwest If you are going writeme. I neighbor without any formal invitation
TO CURE A FELON"says say how many In your party and
and that waa the way it was with ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
f Sam. Kendall, of Phillipsburg, when you wish to start and I will call'on this affair. Those who attended this
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT Kan "just cover it over with Buck- you and arrange for your tickets.I. party came without invitation. Had
len's Arnica Salve and the Salve will I. E. REHLANDER IN OCALA VIA
The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only daily Solid Pullman the host known they were coming the
do the rest. Quickest cure for burns
t'- ElectricLighted Train between St. Augustine. Jacksonville and New York boils, sores scalds, wounds piles eczema Trav. Passenger Agent, reception might have been warmer.
: via Richmond and Washington. Leave St Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jacksonville salt rheum chapped hands, sore Mo. Pac. Ry. Chattanooga Tenn. How times have changed since then' :
1:20 p. m. dally inclding Sundays. feet and sore eyes. Only 25c. at Ty- and Iron Mountain Route Men no longer carry a hatchet when ATLANTIC COAST LINE

r dings & Co.'s drugstore. Guaranteed. they go to parties. The host furnishesall

r ONLY LINE L.ALEXAKBEPPractical! the tools. Including the corkscrew
BELLEVIEWThe although some ladies do carry theirhamme1"1 (Schedule In effect November 26. IMS.)
Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans. along as a precaution.Best .

f For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard musical given last week in the Departures Between Arrivals.No. .

a agent or write to W. W. CONDOM: town hall under the auspices!' of theLadles' Ve Can Do. 82, Daily 1:20 A M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A.M.
JOHN DOZIER. Agent. City Ticket Agent Aid Society, was, as we predicted -
f We take a chance Rocbelle. Palatka. Jacksonville Savanneh. Charleston. fUehiaood
an unusual success. Dr. T. K.
And think It right Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York.
i' s. C. BOYLSTON. JR. A. O. MACDONELL, Slaughter deserved the thanks of all estimates made on an contract When there Is nothing Pullman Buffet Sleepers St. Petersburg to JackcoBvflfe. eooaects at
r I.: Passenger Agent Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent. concerned for so kindly furnishing his work. Gives more and better workor Else In sight. Jacksonville with Pullman Sleepe rs to New York. Dining Car Jacksonville -
1, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.THROUGH piano for the occasion and also MrC ( the money than any other In town.The We take a chance. to New York.
t. A. Tremere for bringing and returnIng But. oh. we frown.
the same. Much credit is due to I For other things
, Mrs. Bush!! for her untiring efforts to Are all nailed down! No. 78 Daily 1:00 P. M. No. 89. Daily 2:35 P. M.

make the entertainment a success. RocbeDe. Gainesville Palatka. Jacksonville. Parlor Cars St. Peters-
Miss Viola Slaughter and Miss Lin- IHE No Thought Necessary. burg to Jacksonville. Connects at Jacksonville with Steeper for St.
FAST TRAINS's singing is something long to tit -Her ambition is to be a great authoress Louis via Thomasvllle and Montgomery; also Dixie Flyer Sleeperfor
t be remembered. as was also Miss Bes- but she can't think of anything St. Louis and Chicago via Tlfton. Macon and Atlanta -
: sie Shedd's. They were encored and TEXAS PACIFIC to write." I

FOR THE WEST AND NORTHWEST-DIXIE FLYER ROUTE, AND CHICAGO A responded crowded cheerfully house was and unanimous Then why doesn't. she tackle a historical No. 21, Daily 2:00 A. M. No.'21, Daily. 1:55 A. M.
fps novel?" St Petersburg and intermediate points.
its praises of the entertainment. o RAILWAY ,,
CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY The Ladles' Aid Society have cakes .
Leaves for sale in C. A. Tremere's Store every Sounds Like It. No. 89. Daily 2:55 P. M. No. 78, DaHy, 12:40 P. M.
Jacksonville dally at 9:00 p. m.
via Atlantic Coast Line. Solid train to Saturday. Don't forget It. "The Russian. New Tear's lasts a Tampa St. Petersburg and Intermediate points.
r Mr. W. R. Bryant has returned from I Great Eastern week.
Atlanta with through coaches to
f: Nashville, Tenn. Route, via TUton. Tampa, where he has been for sev- and Western Line I "Huh! That's nothing. It la Fourth No. 45, Daily 10:05 A. M. No. 43 Daily 6:00 P. M.
Macon Atlanta Chattanooga. Nash eral days grafting fruit trees. of July all the round there."
t: year Juliette. High Springs. Dupont Wayeross.
c. FLYERROUTE ville. Through sleepers Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Davis of Bradford I I Across the Entire States of
friends here.
1 are
to St. Louis, via
Cairo and the Illinois
No Meal Ticket No. 47. Daily. 2:00 P. M. No. 46 12:20
Revival meeting are being held in Daily, P. M.
.- Central via; and Evansville through and sleepers the C to& Chicago E. 1.- the M. E. church this week under the EXA[ ? and LUUISI U A "On what charge did they lock the Juliette. Dnnnellon. Homosassa. Brooksvtlle, Trilby and local point

i! Hallway, arriving jit SU Louis .:08 a. pastor. Rev. W. Dean. P. E.Yhite is fellow up?
r Hi.; Chicago. 9:30 am. secondmorning. expected today to assist" "No visible means of support. No. 49, Daily Except Sunday. No. 44, Daily ex. Suit 9:40 A. M.
We notice some very pretty souvenir SO TROUBLE TO AXSWEh. QCiCSTlO.S "Kot married then." Juliette. Dunnelkm. Homecafsa.
: post cards of Bellevlew for sale at the

Chicago and Florida Limited stores. They are genuine photographsand : Direct Line to Cured Hemorrhages of the Lung Trains 82 and 21 carry sleepers Jacksonville and St. Petersburg.
well finished. TEXAS Trains 82 and 85 carry Pullman Sleepers between New York Jackson
Mr Charles Hilton's house Is fast NORTH "Several years ago my lungs were yule; Dining Car service through between Jacksonville and Jersey City;
Solid Pullman Vestlbuled Drawing Room Observation Train. The ONLY nearing completion. NtW MtXICC Day Coaches between Jacksonville an d Washington. Pullman Sleepers,
train running SOLID from St Augustine Jacksonville to Chicago. Diningcar The new home of Mr. Lewis Terrell: so badly affected that I had many Trains 78 and 89'between Jacksonville and New York and Jacksonville and

service all the way-a la carte plan. Leave St. Augustine dally at 8SO looks fine since it was painted. ARIZONAand hemorrhages" writes A. M. Ake of Chicago via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Route and to,St. Louis via Montgomeryand J

<' a. m.; Jacksonville 9:30 a. m. Arrive in Atlanta 6:51 p. m.; Chattanooga. I Wood Ind,. "I took treatment with L. A. N, and via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Routes, without-change. .
10:57 p. m.: Nashville 3:13: a. m.; Evansville 8:20 a. m.; Chicago. 5:10 p. INVALUABLE FOR RHEUMATISMI several physicians without any benefit.I "11
m. Through sleepers on this train for St. Louis via NashviUff,and the L. & CALIFORNIAWrite then started to take Foley's Hone PULLMAN PARLOR CARS ON TRAINS LEAVING OCALA 1:00 P. M. .,

N. Railroad arrive in St. Louis 2:10 p. rrv have been suffering for the past and Tar, and my lungs are now as for JACKSONVILLE and from JACKSONVILLE TO ST. PETERSBURG.

For tickets and other information call on ticket agents. few years with a severe attack of rheumatism for New Book of Texas. Free.E. sound as a bullet. I recommend it In" Key West and Havana Steamers leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdaysand
and found that Ballard's Snow advanced stages of lung trouble.
Thursdays 11:40 P. M.
COLE DANLEY Liniment was the only thing that gave Foley'9 Honey and Tar stops the
..< P. TURNER For full information regarding rates, reservations, etc call on Atlantic
;., me satisfaction and tended to allevi- cough and heals the lungs and prevents *
ate my pains. March 24, 1902-John General serious results from a. cold. Refuse Coast Line Agents or
C. Degnan. Kinsman, Ills. 25c, 50 212 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA. and $I at all druggists. DALLAS. TEXAS fie* Drugstore : .;:ttA Traffice Mgr.; H. M. EMERSON. Gene Traffic Mgr Wilmington, N. C.rr ::.


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