The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume \ \ Number 247 OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 26, J906 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea i i

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Paid Far in That City Saturday-Work Occur Unless Some Arrangement

Chocolate Icing and icecream Commenced This Morning-Forty The City Electric Light Plant Between Miners and Operators is ,

Miles of Steel Rails Ordered Made This Week Room 12, Postoffice Block, Ocala Fla. 1

Half Pound Tins for 15Tents. will soon be ready to deliver Indianapolis. In
(Tampa Tribune. 25th.: ) Joint scale committee of miners and

Two Pound; Tins of Sovereign Aspar operators, which has been consideringthe ZeButt Property on Public Square.
The property selected for the passenger electricity to all who desire wage demands of the miners, ad- >
agus for 20 cents a Tin. and freight terminals of the journed at 3 p. m. Saturday until to-

I Tampa Northern Railroad was yesterday day.The The two story brick house on this property must be removed and
Pound Packages of Evaporated Cherries i bought and paid for and the deeds the same. committee has reached no con- it w l be sold cheap as it stands. The corner tot with 35 feet front- -
Peaches and Raspberries;: I executed and filed for record. clusion of any kind. the
age on public is still unsold.
I The purchases were made by the The present wage scale expires next square

Pound Packages of Barley Sago, Tapioca Board of Trade committee which has "Now is the Time"to Saturday and, unless an agreement Is
been raising a fund for the purpose reached between the operators and
Farina and Corn Starch, 10
and the -deeds to the property were miners before that time 225.660 union Property on Magnolia Street and North FirstiSt.

cents; Three for 25 cents. made out to W. R. Fuller a trustee have your building wired. bituminous miners will be called from I

representing the Board of Trade the the! mines in the states of Illinois, Indiana -
Pound Glass Jars of Dried Beef, Break- title to vest'< in him as such trustee until first-class workmen and Ohio. Western The northwest corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia Street and 84

fast Bacon and Pickled Salmon. such time as the company carries We have Missouri Kansas, penn1Oytvanla.1 feet on North First Street, facing the government Public b idKng

out its obligations to erect the promised Texas and Arkansas site, is still unsold, also the lot immediately south of it 28 by 84 feet,

AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY. terminals. can do your work promptly. Please let I
The property bought for the terminals STARVING TO DEATH a

I lies in Fort Brooke on Twiggs us make an estimate for S Ocklawaha Avenue
street, between East and Drew streets you. Because her stomach was so weak II

Remove Freckles and Pimple and was bought from three persons. I ened by useless drugging that she The lot known as the Philbrick lot on the south side of this avenue
E. Lesley, W J. Frierson and W HHeinkle could not eat Mrs. Mary H. "\
I3f TEf DATS, arreNA1)LA I It has frontage of SCO feet THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. of St. Clair St. Columbus O., alters.1 between the residences of Mrs. Austin:and Mr. T. B. Snyder, is t

on Twiggs street. On the Lesley por- erally starving to death. She writes: I for sale This is alargelot having no feet frontage and being 244

J tion of the property are 24 houses, Phone *5. B. W. MacDONALD, Manager. "My stomach was so weak from use- feet deep, and \\ellabo\ethe level of the street ._
'which Mr. Lesley is to have moved less drugs that 1 could not eat and "
: I wrecked that I could not
within 60 days. my nerves so
(Formerly advertised and sold as Satlnol)
: The price paid for the property was sleep; and not before I was given up

$16.500, of which J11.500 went to E. L. ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR and I promise if nominated and electedto to die was I Induced to try Electric _.
I Lesley All the deeds were executed I use my best efforts to carry into effect Bitters; with the wonderful result that -

yesterday in the office of John P. \\"all.I the wishes expressed in that resolution Improvement began at once and a I
I I attorney for Lesley:; in the presence of TAX COLLECTORTo II and also to serve the best Interests complete cure followed." Best health I That All Important Bath Room _
I the Board of Trade committee and of the people. Respectfully. tonic on earth. 50c Guaranteed by
the :Marion County Democracy tin c0
:Bnjamln Thompson chief engineer the for Believing that I have filled the posi- J. G. Raskin. Tydings & Co.. druggists. You have often hard people tmark "If I were pepsCt
the Tampa Northern representing
tion of tax collector for state and bind I would
eves to plant
._ r 11 I Icsttr The Board of Trade committee hav- county during my occupancy of the office I I
bath first and would
acceptably to a. large majority of To the Democratic Voters of Ma- my room Dot pet
% ing encountered some difficulty and Members of One Family, Killed ata '
'- = the tax payers of the county I an- I,r rion County-At the solicitation of .A. sH into tie with all
:: parlor
I having raised only 16.150 of the amount Railroad in my money
Crossing Pennsylvania
nounce myself as a candidate for re- :i I some of my friends (I believe myself
required the Tampa Northern Company "
?-fiF 'trlllil Gri] through Mr. Thompson, agreedto election subject to the action of the I 1|that county officials should be changed Saturday I .its finery. That u good common sense .

!!!! __ furnish the balance to county democracy in the ,prmaries of occasionally) I hereby announce : I t sentiment, for the bath room is the most
necessary Sunbury, Pa. March 26-Seven persons I
myself candidate for tax
a assessor
May 1.5. next. From the present time
# 'j' : purchase the property and the company I'f representing three generationsof of all the household.
'6 : : its check for this amount until the primary comes off will be for Marion cojintj, subject to the dem- killed at I
one family Saturday
gave were
Y'- ...;cft/fIjj!! .T_ I Independently: of the Board of Trade my busiest season in the office. So :11906.ocratic primary to be held May 15th. 1 the Philadelphia & Reading crossingat I We would Etc to help you plan your -
I the
therefore solicit
NADJNOLA.f" much so that It will be impossible for j supportof
I committee the company yesterday Hass A wbgon containing the I
the democratic voters of Marion bath and will
':L/ .J me to neglect my duty to the public room gladly quote you
Grove ho-
I bought directly the Orange seven persons had crossed the Pennsylvania -
_'tel property which will also be utilized in order to make a personal canvassof I county. RespectfuHj.F tracks and had just reachedthe I prices on .Staadwd* Ware, the best
A few will the It would be a pleasureto B. Turner.
applications remove tan or county i
in the erection of its terminals.
Reading tracks when an express :
sallowness aad restore the beauty of youth. me to meet the people at the various I s*l most sanitary fixtures made.
1 "We begin work on this property train dashed into the vehicle All of
metings that in all probabilitywill FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACEI -
NADINOLA is guaranteed and money Monday morning." said Chief Engineer the occupants, from grandfather to I '.
refunded if it fails] to remove freckles,' Thompson. be arranged by the county demo- hereby announce myself a candidate grandchildren were killed almost instantly R.E.. YONGE &!* CO.:

l pimples livers, collar discolorations,'I! :Mr. Thompson exhibited a contractfor cratis executive committee to take I for the office of justice of the s _
the within the nexttwo
black-heads, cLsfjgurtng eruptions etcin the purchase of forty miles of steel place over county peace for the 1st district subject to I '
I months, but I think that all good : *. --
rails for the Tampa Northern to be the democratic primay of May 15th.;;
Leaves soft
twenty days. the skin cleat citizens who know me will understand : THE TEXAS WONDER
I Respectfully, S. A Bullock.
delivered, beginning April I, all to be
and healthy. Endorsed by thousands. that it is duty before pleasure with I
delivered' by June 30. Cures all Kidney. Bladder and Rheumatic -
Price 50 cents and $1.00 by all leading The railway company in its con- me. I submit my candidacy upon my! FOR TREASURER troubles. Sod by all druggists

d uggists, or by m. 1. Prepared by I I tract with the Board of Trade agreesto official record and if elected for another -: or two months' tr@atmentbymailfor '

National Toilet 60.. Paris.Tenn. use the property bought for Its own I have term in of the office.pastRespectfully I will do my duty as preciation With the for assurance past support of my I hearty respectfully ap- JL Dr. E. MT Hall. 2926.:! Olive street I' THE MONTEZUMA

terminals and is estopped under the St. Louis. TMo Send for testimonials. .
E. L. Carney. submit my candidacy for the .treas-
terms of the deeds and contract for .
I urship of :Marion! county subject of
using it for any other purpose' or disposing course, to the coming democratic pri- MURDER AT HIGH SPRINGS
OCALA FURNITURE CO of It in any way. The title Is FOR TAX COLLECTORI mary. Thos EL Pasteur. !

,I vested in ,,. R. Fuller, as trustee un- hereby announce my candidacy for Negro Boarding House Keeper Shot an ? ys2

til such time as the terminals shall the office of tax collector of Marion BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI Unoffensive Lodger I

Personal Service Anywhere Any Time be built. county Florida sugject to the dem- myself a candidate for
announce High Springs, March 26,-A fatal ,
oratic primary to be held May 15th member of the Board of Public Instruction -
shooting occured here Thursday night t
and When Needed. THE BREATH OF LIFE 1906 and solicit the support of the subject to the democratic ,of an unprovoked nature. I :
,voters of this county. J W. Bishop.
prlmaf'of May 15th;; If elected I will
A negro named Banks who kefeps a
Th Question of Embalming and Fun It's a significant fact that the serve the people of the county to.the boarding; house near the depot heard( it r wh
strongest animal of its size, the go- FOR STATE ATTORNEYTo
eral Directing !is a Delicate One largest Powerful best of my ability Very respectfully, I a man come in with one of his lodgers
also has the lungs
the White Democratic Voters of the B. R. Blitch. and prerare to occupy the bedwith
lungs means powerful
Fifth Judicial Circuit: him. Banks went to collect the room
Would not it be Best for You to En- How to keep the breathing organs. I hereby announce myself i candi- FOR REPRESENTATIVEAfter rent and the man tendered a dollar

right should be man's chiefest date for the office of state attorneyfor due consideration and at the which Banks could not change so the
trust this Question to Those who Appre- thousands of others. Mrs. Ora A.
the fifth circuit at the
judicial request of numerous friends. I hereby man started to leave the room when
O, has
ciate It's Delicacy, and Whose Know-: learned Stephens how of to Port do Williams.this. She writes! democratic primaries to be held May announce myself a candidate for Banks pulled out his pistol and shot
15th 1906. Edwin W. Davis. him dead. Banks then and
the from ran
to legislature away
"Three bottles of Dr. King New Discovery representative a
edge is of the Highest Standard II stopped my cough of two years :Marion county, subject to the demo- up to this time has not been captured. t

and cured me of what my friends FOR STATE ATTORNEYI cratic primary to be held on II15, .
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE I thought consumption. Oh.: it's grand hereby announce myself a candi- 1906. T. E. BIggs. GIVES HEALTH, VIGOR and TONE
date for the office of state for
PROMPT ATTENTION "for throat and lung troubles. Guar- attorney
I anteed by Tydings & Co. Price. SOc. tb>s, the fifth judicial circuit of Florida BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI Herbine is a boon for sufferers from
subject to the action of the dem- aneamia. By its use the blood is
Trial bottle free. candidate for
Phone Ho. 10. 94 and 167 and Jl. announce myself: a
Day Night ocratic primaries of May 15th and membership of the Board of Public quickly regenerated and the color becomes -
ask for your favorable consideration. normal. The drooping strengthIs LEASED FOR TEN YEARS
Instruction of Marion county subjectto
SMITH & HOBERTS, Ocala, Fla. Respectfully. the democratic primary of 'May 15 revived. The languor is diminian-

T. E. Bridges & Co. Purchase Sweat Carlos L. Sistrunk If elected. I will give my best effortsto ed.nate.Health New life vigor and and happy tone activity predomi-{ results Best Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date,
the of public educa-
promote cause
Bros. & Co'.. Property; Consideration *. FOR TAX ASSESSOR tion In the county of Marlon. Mrs. :Belle H. Shriel. Middle- Clean and Well Furnished Rooms andPlenty to Eat

$136,000 Thanking my friends for past favors, Respectfully Isaac Ste"ens.FOR borough III, writes "I have been ..

I An important naval stores deal was I respectfully announce myself a can- blood troubled and with have liver found complaint nothing and to poor V. J. SHIP PROPRIETOR.
consummated in Jacksonville today didate for re-nomination in the next REPRESENTATIVETo -ben-I
efit me like Herbine. I hope
I when the Sweat Bros. & Co. propertyat primary. Alfred Ayer. the Democratic Voters of Marion be without It. I have wished that I I I I

Gardner. DeSoto county Fla, passed County: The many kind expressions had known of it in my husbands life
I In to the possession of T. E. Bridges FOR COUNTY JUDGETo coming to me. both through the press time." SOe. at all druggists.

!'& Co. of Ocala. The tract purchased the Citizens of Marion County: and personal interviews, generally endorsing THE OCKLA W AHA INN

contains thirty-six thousand acres of I- announce that I am a candidatefor my record In the legislatureof UNVEILING IN VICKSBURGOf
: round timber and is considered'a nomination and re-election to the 190;;. and with assurances that my

I splendid property The consideration office,of county judge of Marion coun- services in the past were acceptableto a Monument to Pennsylvania's Pleasant, Homelike House
WWOn- I Involved $136,000. The purchasing firm ty, subject to the democratic primary a large majority of the voters of Marion Dead-Confederate Veterans "-
is composed of Capt. T. E. Bridges and to be held May 15, 1906. county, I again come before the
S. A. Raw Is. of Rawls & Co, Ocala As I am engaged in the active ad- people of the county as a candidate for Assisted Airy Rooms and the

both prominent and popular naval ministration of the duties of the office the legislature. If elected I shall In Vicksburg Miss. March 26.-Surrounded -
I stores operators. Capt. Bridges will it will not be possible for me to the future as in the past devote my by their staffs In brilliant attire Choicest Table Board
take the active management of the -nake an active or extended campaign.I best efforts to advance the interests and hundreds of veterans of the

new acquired property and will begin solicit the support of the democratic and welfare of the people. Many Important Civil War, in their faded uniforms of Rates in Stsmmzr, to
extensive operations at once.-In- electors of Marion county, and events will face the next legislature gray or blue Governor Samuel W. I I V'A
dustrial Record. pledge to them an honest faithful of Florida and with my past
of Pennsylvania and
Penn>packer kIy and Monthly Board
Phonographs from $10 to $50 Over and upright administration of the duties experience I feel better qualified to Governor James K. Vardaman of Mississippi I I a :::
400 different records in stock to select of the their desire :
Cured Hemorrhages or the Lungs office if it be materially aid in good legislation yesterday afternoon unveiledand ;
from. A. E. Burnett the Jeweler ex- that I shall again serve them. which shall be my sole consideration.RespectCull.r dedicated a monument erected by 4
clusive agent for Ocala. Respectfully. Joseph DeaL Ed. L. Wartmann.
"Several years ago my lungs wereso the state of Pennsylvania In Vicksburg MRS. HATCHELL,
badly affected that I had many Park in memory of the troops
hemorrhages writes A. M Ake of FOR STATE SENATORTo FOR THE LEGISLATUREI who participated in the siege and cap-

A Choice Stock Wood, Ind, "I took treatment with the Democratic Voters of the 20th respectfully submit my name tothe_ ture of Vicksburg In 1S63 p_. Proprietress.

several physicians without any benefit. Senatorial District hereby announcemy democratic voters of Marion countyat OCALA FLORIDA
I then started to take Foley's Honey candidacy for the office of state the coming primary of May 15th.;; A FRIEND THAT WAS A FRIEND -

Of Fresh Beef, Pork and Tar. and my lungs are now as senator from the 2th senatorial district as a candidate for the legislature of -
sound as a bullet. I recommend it In to be voted for at the coming Florida. If elected I will labor earnestly Don't frown-look pleasant. If you

And Mutton) advanced stages ,of lung trouble. primary of May 15th.;; I heartily endorsethe and conscientiously for any and ev- are suffering from indigestion or sour I
Foley's Honey and Tar stops the resolution passed by the executive ery interest affecting Marion county stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. HARDWARE AND PAINTS

cough and heals the lungs and pre- committee of Marion county on March and all interests that will be deemedfor Hon. Jake Moore of Atlanta Ga., says: I
Vegetables, Fruits Poultry, vents serious results from a cold. Refuse 17th asking that Marion county be I the benefit of the state of Florida. "I suffered more than twenty years i

Eggs Fish Oysters and substitutes. Sold by the Postof- made an individual senatorial district. Respectfully, C. L. Bittinger. with indesistlon. A friend recommended -I
Groc fice Drugstore. KodoL It relieved me In one i I
Choice Fresh Family r
day and I now enjoy better health i
cries always on hand from SMALL CAUSE; GREAT EFFECTA than for many :years." Kodol digests :

which to do marketing. what you eat. relieves sour stomach
your Carpet Tack Causes the Destruc- gas on stomach belching, etc. Sold by

Send or bring us your orders tion of a Big Powder Plant BARGAIN TIMEThe I the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.A r -

and will have I
'. they East St. Louis March 26.-A carpet TRAVELING TIGERA

prompt attention. tack a small one. caused the destruction '-

of a big plant and the death oft".o AT Negro Porter Who Desired to Add

men Saturday. The tack caught to .His Tips
W. E.
between two cogwheels in the worksof
Ocala Steam LaundrySEE Wayeross, Ga., March: 26.-B. D.
the Phoenix Powder Co. eight miles
St. porter on the Atlantic
98 North Magnolia east of here and caused a spark which a negro
Coast Lines "Dixie Flyt'r.was arrested I
resulted in the blowing up of the plant
Saturday by Policeman Mc-
Phone killing two men The building was
and Policeman Knox. under the
completely destroyed, parts of it being
scattered all over the surrounding OUR RED LIST charge of selling whiskey The negro '
country. pleaded guilty before Mayor Knightand
r was fined $100. or to serve six
6MONTHS months on the chain gang.
Grant is sail to have been runnieg

a blind tiger both on the Coast Line
A&lnst a j ifyoNu buy moro Foley & Co. Chicago. originated train and in Wayeross, for :several The Biggest Stock of Tools of all Kinds, Shelf Hardware -
throat and
Honey and Tar as a lung FRESH
ri. aiepraalrk remedy, and on account of the great Fencing. Farm Implements, Stoves, Fire
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon- ,
k ftiJ!' / ? ey and Tar many Imitations are offered GET THE RIGHT KINDIf Screens Wagons Buggies Doors, Sash and
Beef. Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef Mutton Ar-
I\ All the popular cetera.F for the genuine. Ask for Foley's you are troubled with piles and ,

sold>r )only.leD;in Worsted lots ot Honey and Tar and refuse and substitute mour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork Sausage, Cab- I can't find a cure. try Witch Hazel Blinds, Paints, Oils, Etc.

I 6 pain for? $3 5;Cot offered as no other preparation Salve but be sure to get that made by
t.1L,6 pairs for SI.SQ will give the same satisfaction. It is bage, Rutabagas. Turnips, Beets, Sweet E. C. DeWitt & Co.. Chicago. It Is PRICES
for fie Egyptiae Cotten sis pairs mildly laxative. It contains no the original. If you have used Witch TRY OUR GOODS AND NOTE
fer J2XW. A futramlee Acid iInlJCW. opiates and is safest for children and Potatoes. Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions. Hazel Salve without being relieved it ,'_

delicate persons. Sold by the Post- is probable that you got hold of one of
Poe saLe n office Drugstore. W. P. EDWARDS the many worthless counterfeits that T. W. SMITH & CO.,

are sold on the reputation of the gen-fl

Baseball goods of all kinds at the uine DeWitt Hazel Salve. Sold by
M. FISHED: OcaJl F1a.E .t Ocala.: News Co. A full stock en band.i -- .Phnne. 1fl8-, City Market Anti-Monopoly, Drugstore Ocala,

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Who are Interested In Kf-
- ), Integrity and Only .
as Will Result In the President. T. T. MTJKROE. .
C. 1_ Bittingep and R. R. CarrollProprietors Good to the Greatest Num .
and Publishers. We work for the interest of Vice President. Z. C. CHAMBLISS- .,

gratified to note in the col
Cashier J.. B. BROOKS. -
and work for the Star that C. L. Bittinger ;;
.C. L BITTINGER, customers they to enter the race for leg- -J
Editor and General ManagerR. honors.

this style of letter is usually

R. CARROLL, at the solicitation of the in-
MONROE & CHAMBLISS? party, or some! one of his In- .J
City Editor and Business Manager. friends. This comes unsolic C.ENTRALNATIONAL BANK :

from a desire to see
SOME OF THE CANDIDATEST. BANKERS a position of honor and impor-
,'bo can be impiicitely trusted-

E. Biggs, city attorney, is in the I one who for twenty years, by
race for the legislature from Marion WEATHER FORECAST A CAR OF +I I IMr. and pen baa so grandly aided OF OCALA.
county. lie is a young man of fine attainments party to ultimate suc-

socially, intellectually and Washington. March 26.-Fair tonight -I S. G. White, of .
lie to this city from has forgotten the campaign of
legally came
and Tuesday, except showers! and senting! th# Anttetam Paper I J. K. CHRISTIANGEORGE MACKAT.Zr 1:
Tennessee: in 1881, a mere lad and how his services were so free- .
In north portion.DR. is in the city today and a
tbt'IT rent to Hernando where his rising temperature Ocala House, calling: on in suport of the democracy of DIRECTORS: T. T. MUNROE. C. CHAMBLISS.R. : '
'fath r><' trade. Mr.
S. HALL.Build
business. He began the study of law Banner In addition to a \ knows this man best ap ? .
in.;the late Hugh Millers office and decided td remain in Ocala until of job printing stock a him most..
served! four years under Hon.*R- L. Friday noon. March 30th. 'Don't fail of newspaper. 36,600 to J5.- been my pleasure to enter-
Anderson where he prepared himsell to consult him if your eyes need at- i at my Blitchton home days
I This will be the first
for the examination which he passed tention. Office at Ocala House. (Eyes i ever shipped to Ocala.Miss i I of each of several sum-
,with credit and was admitted to the examined free.) paper I And let it be said that every
bar in 1897. Since then he has extended I word of this noble citizen was
his practice to tjhe Federal The boys,of the Volunteer Fire De- :Mary Davenport dhich is only characteristic of
noogt who has been the
court and is making a very successful! partment have their gymnasium In the time of Mrs. C. V. Miller, i men. McIVER AND
practoimtc. having been city attorneyfor old :Martin cigar factory In good running home via the I I for C .L. Bittinger thereby
the past four years and still occupies order. They have horizontal bars route. today in position one who will be a MacKAYi

that position and has an en- a punching bag. boxing gloves and a I to :Marion the banner county
viable record for faithfulness, prompt- good skating rink. The building is lit and the valued citizens
n .8 and an eye tingle to the interestof by electricity and la a fine place for an Mr. and Mrs. G.V. I : her population.S..
the city. Mr. Biggs Is a Christian athletic young man to spend an houror Louis are In the city. H. Blitch.
gentleman and should the democratic so.! been taking their meals at and to Cot- i
field's and rooming at i Complete Ready Occupy !
voters of :Marion honor him with their House. Mr. Nelson is Jim Howell of the Ocala Ar- ,

suffrage they will have "no cause to Mr. J. F. Hogan one of the enterprising for the Ballard : Stone :Manufacturing company,

the regret Star their welcomes selection.: Mr. The Biggs editor to the of farmers of the Central section. agent Company of St. Louis I a few days since from Braid- tages and Residences and Ftttnish Them s I
was in town today adjusting his taxes making "his headquarters 't where he went to visit his ,
candidacy and assures him publicly the man glad. and wind up some business i
and making newspaper time.
what he has told him personally, that In his for some I there. Mr. Howell will I
He reports everything quiet From Cellar to Garret with
any in making favors he the can campaign confer will upon be him a neighborhood and the- farmers busy I D. C. :McArthur. of ,\ to Ocala but will not do Everything I!
getting in their crops. at the Montezuma the summer is about over by i
pleasure to do so. time he will have residence
a i!
Needed fee Humble
E. C Wartmann The state dental association will I Mr. Edgar Ferdon, of the for them to move into. an i

Is so well known as a public spirited meet a< the Continental hotel Atlantic -I tificial Stone : '
March 16-18th. Ocala will of Ohio City of Toledo. Lucas
Beach. is at Sarasota
citizen one who as county commissioner now Palatial Home.
', the executive com- ss. Cottage or
did his duty so faithfully be represented on move his family to Ocala
Chac, Dr. Dozier and J. Cheney makes oath that he
mittee by Dr.
and effectively and grown In public will reside In the future. ,
r3r.' Dr. Chace will also be one partner of the firm of F. J. -
favor as a member of the late legislature j
level-headed h the board of examiners." THE ELKS & Co. doing business in the
for the position
Toledo county and state afore- Build and Equip Deep Wells Sunk
assumed on all matters of local or Is now serving regular .
and that said firm will the
McIver and MacKay have Just unleaded pay
state 'IntuE-st. that it would be difficult 4
to Improve his record. :Mr. Wart a car of farm and heavy turpentine will cents continue, also board serving aUJS per I ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Stores, Churches, School Houses, CourtHouses Any size or to any depth desired. j
and every case of catarrh .
mann Is a man of affairs; possess a Studebaker wagons. .
according to bill of fare.G.
be cured by the of etc.
received within the past use ,
clear and intelligent business head .
R. TROXLER. Painting Paper Hanging
is a gentleman of fine social quail few days six! carloads of brick. Catarrh Cure- ,
ties and a thinker from the early Frank J. Cheney. Construct and EquipPhosphate
dawn to,the dewy eve and when interested Messrs. Drayton D. and Laurence H. SEABOARD AIR LINE to before me and subscribed Interior decorating roofing., etc. A com
in an enterprise he know I Jackson will continue! to reside in this presence this 6th day of Dec o'f
Plants of size and a competent and'skilled of workmen always
any corps
no such, word as tire. His public city and will continue their father, I8S6. A. W. Gleason.

record pf the past ia a guarantee 01 f \V'. L. Jackson's business as agent for $12.55 uskegee, Ala., and .) Notary Public. plete stock of repair parts for same always ready to take charge of work.carried / .....,A
his services! in the future. The democratic the Singer Company.R. ets on sale April 2nd and Catar/h Cure Is taken Inter- I
voter should have learned thi ed returning: April Sth. and acts directly on the blood in stock. Build r's Material J
long ago and it Is needless for us t $12.65 Montgomery. Ala. surfaces of the system. .
refresh his memory.Dr. R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK. Tickets on sale April for testimonials free. Build Bridges
James G. BaskinDr. limited returning fo J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, O. We carry at all times an immense stock of

James G. Baskin. of Dunnellonwho FULLER & BLALOCK. man For reservations further Information: call city by Hall's all Family druggists Pills, 75c for consti And in fact, do any and all kinds of conBuilder's :Material, Lime, Brick, Plaster,

fought for the the people fight In of giving just representation Hon. C- DENTAL SURGEONS telephone 129. ./ struction work. Repairs and changes on Shingles, Lath, Paints, Oils, Roofingall -

M. Brown his leave of absence in th & Chambliss1 Bank \ & MacKay have the plans kinds of buildings. Cement Sewer Pipe etc. .
Office Over Monroe .
late session of the state senate so completed .for Mr. G. A. Pette-
Dr. Baskin, could represent the peopl handsome" new residence. This

of Marion and Sumter county as the -OCALA, FLA. will be the finest private resi- Send orders. We far the best and most varied stock in Central
us by largest
senator. worthy of our constdera- For Infanta and in the county. your carry

tion. After taking his seat he mada Terms Cash.Havana Florida and business methods will .
our please
and bein The Kind You Have you.
record we are all proud 8 : V. J. Shipman was called to
a candidate for a full term, it looklnow Saturday on account of Yours for a Prosperous Year, )
as though the people are so wel I Bears the /' of his wife the proprietress
satisfied that he wiH have no op Clear Cigars 1 1r I
Signature I St. James Hotel. Mrs. Ship-
position. He is a man of high character been in failing health for a
and ability and justly popula more and her condition Is now lVLcIVER & .1\IacKA? Y
with the people who know him bes t ,
The complete line of the celebratedEl alarming. :1
and among whom he has cast his lo t YOUR EYES Contractors, Builders and Furniture Dealers
El Sello Clear Havana Cigars manu -i-
for The doctor will be a
years. factured by Messrs. Fernandez. Reich Are surely worth more J. J. Tillis has returned from a
winner, no matter if Sumter present, : .
and Brunner of Tampa Is carried in the price of a pair of to DeLand. He is most favor-
4 a candidate. stock from 6 to 20 cents each. If you value your eyes,4'A with that beautiful In-

Frank B. Turner properly fitted at once. and will probably move there CURES r !:' .v49 The genuine lain \
.Mr. Frank B. Turner has aspira your eyes may become on and make it his permanent OL1

bogs for the position of county ta Hnyler's Candies no glass will help them, It a Yellow
a assessor. Frank is not new to :Marion I regret it all the rest of COUGHS and

county. He has been a residen t !In %, 1 and 2-pound boxes, and all of I That is true-every \ C. O. Fox of the Southern Drug # packageCOLDS
of Marion since 1881. He came her the little novelty packages. Also not trust traveling company, of Jackson
from Tennessee and located in th magazines and newspapers. I tacle peddlers to fit you spent Sunday in the city. HONEY iTAi'Q
Gaiter section where he 'made a fin They get your money and AND Refuse culutltutea

orange grove and tilled, the soil dill I perience. This I know, very evident that Rossie Yonge
gently and succeeded until the bi g Ocala House News Stand,I told me by people that not believe in municipal owner- Sold and Recommended by the Postofftce Drug Store.
laid his low. Bu after having
freeze possessions glasses as he spied a swarm of bees on
nothing daunted he went at it again. C. M. WHITESIDE Manager.BELOW spectacle peddlers. We ts, captured them in a keg and --. ---.
this time, however, he eliminated th -_ I lenses made, each lens them home.
oranges and put in other fruits !!Iud for each defect of the eye. CHILDREN CREMATED

as pears and peaches and stuck at hi s amine ytnir eyes properly; WAGONS AND BUGGIES.J'j
new home at Bradley Pond six mile s called, examination. I Oxford ,March 26.-A serious fire occurred -
southwest of Ocala and is getting o n satisfaction or ,it costs r.ear Oxford Saturday after-

nicely. Mr. Turner is a man of g We Give List of Some of f My references are from \ noon. Junius Bacheris a colored man If .
mind and intellect and his ability ooh! a sons who I have done SURGEON living on the farm of H. E. Parham you are thinking of buying a buggy, carriage set of harness or a

equal to the position he seeks and hi!s Out Leaders: Ocala and surrounding lost his house and contents by fire. saddle, see GUI stock before doing so.Ve have a splendid line of

fidelity to the democratic party: has! you heard any complaint Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bld'g All his children one five years old. one carriages and buggies of all kinds, styles and grades, also heavy tur
never been questioned having serve I Butterfly Coffee._::.. ...... _""25c 'Can any traveling i two and one infant five months old.
as district committeeman for man Blue Label Coffee.. ... .. ... ..2Sc!:' i D. M. OCALA, FLA. I were burned to death only a few bones pentine wagons, light farm wagons, and a fine stock of harness sad

years. Mr. Turner if elected Is confident White House Coffee .......... ...35oh Optical Parlors Gary being left. Bacheris and his wife put dies, lap robes, whips, and in fact, everything in this line of goods
he can serve the public wit Gilt Edge Coffee........ .........20c the children to bed and went up to Mr.
efficiency.Mr. Old Glory Blend Coffee ..... .....25c I Terms, Cash. Parham's to prepare supper and attendto ; "
Thomas E. Pasteur Rumford Baking Powder.25c. Champion Liniment For the milking and while thus engag- S. A. STANDLEY& COMPANY

There Is County Treasurer Tom Pasteur Sauer's Extract.- ...10c. and 25s 1 I i I ed they saw to their horror their
th Blue Label Tomato Ketchup..25o i Chas. Diake, a mail house was in flames. Although it was West
who for three terms has held DAIRY oi
done hi Runkle's Cocoa... ........... ....10c +' Inville. Conn, says: not more than twenty rods from Mr. Square.JEWIL.
office of county treasurer and :s
White Rose Cocoa.......10c. and 25c i Pain Balm is the champion Parham's when they reached home
duty so faithfully and efficently that i t Red Snapper Sauce...... ...!...25s ments. The past year I and Pure Milk and Cream De the roof was falling in and nothing
-looks as though the people are willin I
1 I I
a great deal with Every Morning at Your could be done to save the children andit
to let him have this responsible post- I
I shoulder. After trying all those could do to
DoorPHONE was present
lion as long as he desires it. It always
I! the storekeeper here prevent the agonized parents from R Y.-
affords the Star pleasure tc S Pound, Raisin, Citron and Marble I 150
i remedy and it has hurling themselves Into the flames to .
recommend Mr Pasteur to the public -
Cake, 20 Cents a Pound me." There Is no use of try to rescue their little ones. Bach-
but that is not necessary, as he ha. i i
I fering from that painful 1 eris In Industrious hard working
their confidence and deserves it. sO. an I have a handsome and complete stock of beautiful and
K. GROCERY this liniment can be colored man and has tile sympathy! of
"Mr. Alfred Ayer .
Mr. Alfred Ayer has demonstrate ed small sum. One I i :> THE all Oxford's people who will liberally modern Jewelry Watches of all kinds ana prices
relief and its if his needs.A .
prompt to
his fitness In the past for the offici CASH GROCERS. I for a short time will f contribute Diamonds, Rings, Broaches, Chains, Fobs, FraternityPins
he has filled so well and to the entire
satisfaction of the public, that aughwe t Phone I74. Clark Bros. ProDS.s nent Drugstore.cure. For sale by J JE1LEB[ [R RI Chicago Alderman Owes His Election Charms, etc An exceptionally fine line of Cut

may say will add nothing to hi s t ; to Chamberlain's Cough Glass at living prices. Fine China heavy warranted :I
reputation efficiency. He is
or ma
a I BARGAIN IN REAL I Remedy"I Plate and Sterling Silver Table Ware. Sterling Silver
that does things and his almost per ......,,
pest keeping of ,the assessment book I a Complete Stock of can heartily and conscientiously: Novelties and Toilet Articles. Edison Phonographs and -...
proves the assertion.C. MoIvER & MaoKAY 160 acres of land a I recommend Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
L. BittingerHis i house, stable barn, I Jewelry Consisting of edy for affections of the throat and Records, Fountain Pens, etc., etc Watch repairing a
; other small out-fcauses John Shenlck. 220
lungs. Hon.
says specialty. Prices are moderate and goods are guaranteed.
record as' a man and a FUNERAL DIRECTORS j j the farm; 40 acres of the I DIAMONDS, South Peoria St. Chicago. "Two years ,
citizen is before }ou and from it h e | and in cultivation 120 I ago during a political campaign I .,

wishes to be judged. Undertakers and Embalmers .1 I I world of good fire wood i WATCHES, caught cold after being overheated

j tie timber. Owners which Irritated my throat and I was
Editor Phillip Isaacs, of that excel- Fine Gaskeb I wants to sell at once. FOBS, t finally compelled to stop as I could A. E. BURNETT.]

lent local paper the Fort Myers Pressis ? I enough wood to pay for p I CUT GLASS, not speak loud. In my extremity a .
getting impatient and has written tl | oly J400. For sale .by : friend advised me to use Chamber-
know when the state press will mee ot and Burial Robes!! loney. CHINA. lain's Cough Remedy. I" took two 1
in Ocala. as he desires to attend. Keel P doses that afternoon and could not believe "THE JEWELER."
cool and when the time comes to pass All Work Done by Licensed Em-!i I DONT GET THE UMURELLTAS. my senses when I found the next

Ocala wilt give you the glad hand ana balmejs and Fully Guaranteed I Indigestion is much of a GUARANTEED CLOCKS morning the inflammation had largely MERCHANTS' BLOCK
warm one too. Editor Isaacs is on e get the habit. Take a subsided. I took several doses that
Of the faithful attendants. i Dyspepsia Cure after -AndSOUVENIR- day, kept right on talking through the

SAMPLE SHOESAND 'win quit belching puffing I CARDS. campaign and I thank this medlcne . (I IStandley's
i I and frowning. Kodol that I won my seat! In the counciL"This .
McIver & :MacKay now have In b y
; I remedy Is for sale by the Postof- EO'STABLES
you eat and makes the
far the largest and finest line of picture J' LIVERY AND FE
frame mouldings of every style, I Kodol is a thorough Kinds of pairing nee Drugstore.
.. |afford relief from any
finish and size, that has ever been carried
in this part of the state. Wit! SECOND-HAND SHOES, Imperfect digestion or TAKEN UP ( Old Stand.)

their complete facilities for framln FOR MEN. I tion of food. Sold by the : A Jack and jinnie, Saturday night
pictures and the new mat cutting ma [oly Drugstore. ? OCALA by J. H. Hull 3 miles north of Ocala

chine. their firm is well prepared t e As good as new and at ,greatbargains. ; on the Anthony short line road. Ownercan The Best Drummer's Business .
frame any kind of picture diploma. ARE YOU FLA have same by paying for this J
charter etc. A $4 pair of men's i notice. J. H. HulL Carriages and Buggies. Given Special Attention -j

shoes $2-50; $3 pair for $1.50 to; Those cheap rates ;
to California and the -
I Death Rate In New York and Chicago
The :Mill and THE
Factory Sale at th e $1.75, and they are just as good I Each first and third Good Traveling Careful Drivers <
.Boston Store Is a great success! aad th ets almost given During November and December .. -
crowds and sales increase from day t o as you would get for $3 to $4.50: Oklahoma are and that section.First I STAR 1903 one fifth of the deaths In New tot andGentle 1

day Mr. and :Mrs. Handelsman amore elsewhere. All kinds of shoes class round trip York and Chicago were from pneu-
than pleased with the .succes: I California in monia. Foley Honey and Tar not Horses. Stylish Rigs.
rates to
of the sale and Morris Is wearing th e made and repaired, rubber heels i Through Pullman I STEAM LAUNDRY only stops the cough but heals and 1
smile that won't come o>1. They hav and strengthens the lungs and prevents
a and soles put on. All goods I Washington D. CW to
the goods the prices are way down an via Atlanta Montgomery, : I j Satisfaction. pneumonia so do not take chances on I
they thoroughly advertised both o f all work fully guaranteed. Give: New Orleans and a cold wearing away when Foley's

these facts. I my goods and work a trial and your !, (Sunset routs and ) and from .! rates are as reason Honey prevent and Tar serious will results.cure you Sold quicklyand by I: D. W. TOMPKINS, PROPRIETORPhone
Wabash Union
will be,more than pleased. I as honest work can the Poetoffiee Drugstore.
Editor Bittinger of the Ocala Sta sas City. 1 124. Ocala Fla. West oi Square.
has consented to become a candidati: e We have the best :! them. :: :: I
for the legislature in Marion count. A. M. POOR :,China Japan and Hati u: The Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars on
],Ir. Bittinger would make a good man I No trouble to answf- Phone J35 the day trains and Pullman Steeping
for the office and the people will n Montezuma Block, J. F. Van Cars on the night trains of the Atlantic -j l fOLEYSIIDNEYAlmTAR fOLEYS lO1ffiYI. TAR
Coast Line examples of excellence -
doubt see that he I* elected, by& goo: I are
majority.-Gaiaesvllle Sun.:, Opposite Tydlnss & Co 124 Peachtree St., FLA. and comfort. yvaeuar M1i...,,.. +ifs r faaerasu -

5.5 t y. 'O. .. .. .i- It. .;.. .,.. . +,' "0-- """ '" -"'"
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Bishop William Crane Gray of Orlando I

COMMERCIALBANK Elks meet Tuesday eveningBoys and mission bishop of Southern I
I Sb IvO1 ,
Florida officiated at Grace Episcopal @-
church Sunday morning and preached c .. 6 I......
of Woodcraft meet tonight.
OCALA, FLA. to a highly appreciated sermon to a I 6 46"l!,
large audience. He made a splendid SeeHow 6 I These
EnnIncStar phones 51 and 265.
argument to show that everything was .
6 34'-' .
possible with God and put to flight the Close
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow evening. doubts of unbelieving man In the divinity 6 N

BRANCH OF mE'COMMERCIAL of Christ as His son and the Close 5 Z4-t Mtshes

"Wright's Talcum Is what yea want, savior of the world. The large congregation t r. r :ate : wm

at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. heard him with pleasure and These -

BANK spiritual profit. Before he began his ?urII
O. G. Chetham of Fernandina was at Impressive discourse he complimented MeshesAre. :

JACKSONVILLE FLA. the Ocala House for Sunday. the congregation on their neat and -- ._-- Ltttid .
comfortable house of worship and on .
If you need a good razor strop can possessing so zealous and efficient a

on us. The Postoffice Drugstore. rector as Rev. Harrison. At the close HEAVY
of the sermon the following persons

WAIT! WAIT! WAIT! Vf A. Fulton of Brooksville was at were confirmed: Messrs. Gus Haley

the Ocala House Sunday. and Dye Walter Margaret Yonge Anderson.and Misses Dorothy Hattie Top and bottom bare, Xo. 10 galvanized wire; Intermediate bare No. 11, galvanizedwire

For If you want a first! class meal at a Lancaster and Eleanor Crom. At ; Stays, :Xo. 12, galvanized wire, 12 inches apart. '
night the bishop officiated to a full
modest price go to Shipmans Montezuma L
hoteL house at St. James (colored) Epis-


M F. Roberts and J. R. Hewitt of
Jacksonville are at the Ocala House. There was a muscle testing tourn- The Largest Stock of Light and
ment In the Star composing room this HearyHARDWARE
: .
morning that was worthy of being per- .--
Electric heuse Guaranteed
material and workmanship. The Yonge formed on the public square. ThereIs SASH DOORS AND
in one corner of said room the dis- _. ,
: : : : : : ; : : : : A Cline Co. '
carded ro:Ier of a proof press weigh .
ing at least 150 pounds Revs. C. C. BLINDS FARM MILL ANDMINERS'
"We will have the largest assortment ever brought to C. B_ McLeod of Citra was a guest at Carroll and Sam White, each a Boan ,

Ocala and iu Jimple time for Easter selection the Ocala House yesterday.Palmer's erges in the pulpit, and physically as

We are now displaying beautiful line of well as spiritually capable of poundingthe 41 SUPPLIES PAINTS
a Gage, ready-to- Perfumes and soaps sold devil all over a forty-acre lot. essayed ,

wear hats. Sew elections ready-to-\\ear hats weekly. and guaranteed by us. The Postoffice each to see how many times he -

Drugstore. could raise said roller from the floor a + OILS ETC ETC.

and his head. The ..
Give: us a call. Yours anxious to please, over Baptist Sampson -
D. L. Williams of Portsmouth. 0.. proved his faith by his workshe -
Carried In Central Florida.
was a guest at the Ocala House yesterday elevated the weight seventeen ;..

Gc A. NASH times. The Christian Hercules was

also strong medicine-he raised the .,
This is the Implement for Your Spring Crops. .
Remember the free stereopticon exhibition roller thirteen times but the fourteenthwas ', ;
in front of the Fair store the his unlucky number. It Is Just aswell -i

night of March 28. for the average man to avoid :
trouble with either of these orthodox a
If you are going te put dewn matting Gohaths I
;Y IT IS. FOR YOU we would like to show you whatwe J0CA'LJt
have in that line. Ocala Furniture Baseball goods. Largest line we : FL7 ,

have ever shown. Come to us and get .-
Company. what you want. The Postoffice Drug- \1 are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence: Also.

f ., "WHAT?" J M Shea of the S. A .L. with headquarters store.

in Jacksonville was at the
.. Ocala House yesterday. Any lady will be proud t. possess
HIS MASTER'S VOICE- .ne of our elegant dressers and dress- '

THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE Perfect face toilet nursery hy- irdsoye ing tables maple In golden or white oak.enamel.mahogany.Mc- CACE'S "IFor 1

genic 1 Powder.rugstore.talcum-Wright".s 25c. at the American AntiMonopoly Talcum -- lver & MacKay. i OUR SPRING SHOES 1s

It is the machine that will give you the most Mr. A. McLain. of/Candler. has pur-
chased the T. M Ricker place and I
The Ocala House had TRIMMED HATSFOR
twenty-six arrivals -
pleasure at the least cost for the longest time. on Sunday and fifty-four on 50 acres of land on the south side of
Lake Eden.
Saturday. -. '
WHY ? Send us your next prescription. We The choicest drugs are compoundedIn LADIES AT .
your prescriptions by only registered -
pay particular attention to this de- WOMENq. -
partment of our store and guarantee pharmacists when they are sent to l
Because you cannot go to the Opera, but satisfaction. Postofflce Drugstore. Tydings & Co. RHEINAUER'S

: F
THE OPERA CAN COME TO YOUin James Pyles has severed his connec- Dunnellon W. D. Edwards .the successful CLOTHING HOUSE I AND CHILDREN
tion with the Teapot Grocery and will racket man. was in town today -
go to Levon and assume charge of and dined at the Montezuma.

the form of an indestructible record, and the big West commissary.We LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED The only Complete stock can be found Here.

will be with long after the has
you opera
carry the largest and very best FREE OF CHARGE

ceased to 1 be staged. You can always assortment of druggist's sundries In Gent's Furnishings Hats Trunks and
the city. Tydings Co. Phone 26. R. E. Yonge & Co. .

Mr. M. Handelsman purchased a R. D. Rittig the New York com- -

any time you want, and as long\ as delivering horse today goods which to the will Boston be used Store in mission man. Is at the Montezuma interviewing CHOCOLATE SODA IS MDECHOCOLATE.
our vegetable growers.
you want. :: :: :: :: :: :: customers. Quality Counts, and Our Goods are the Best

CoL Shipman at the Montezuma hotel "lm .

Goeds that are good, at prices that will give you a clean bed and plen-
are right backed by a reputation that ty room. Stop with him when you THE&\MEAS tSED AT THE FOIMIKS OF Inspect our stock before buying elsewhere

RECORDS: we are proud of. Ocala Furniture are In the city. TEH TrVEsnoM\ imasroaES> )BOWNIHE \

Company. vvuHJ\ )mix FOR us I BfljaocsNBSorfurci1( () \

S50 $'-1 .00 SOo The Ocala News Company is open- W. J. Chambers
Shoe Co.
Mrs. L. T. Tompkins has been very Ing up a lot of Easter goods and mak- T.W.TROXLER.B.MI.L.
ing the show windows look very attractive -
111 several days but is somewhat bet-
New records every month and a new supply always on hand ter today. by the display of same.

No. 638 (Yellow Ticket) Wins a Hatrack
We can supply you with tablet pa-
Our art department Is complete.
magnificent stock of pictures In oil per in any style and size you wish. l
OCALA FURNITURE CO. and water colors and pencil Come and see us when In need of any.

Frames to match any picture. Hun- The Postoffice Drugstore. v Notice of Session

dreds of styles. Visit this department. of Ocala Lodge Florida East Coast Railway.
McIver & MacKay. Deputy Hutson has been looking for No. 851, Benevolent
Will Grant colored for committing a and Protective -

Miss Annette Gist of McIntosh: after robbery of the possessions of Mr. and Order of
Local! Time Card No. 64. In Effect January 9,1986.
a pleasantisit to Miss Jesstlou Mrs. Wallace Stovall in Tampa. Last Elks
FAIR'S FREE SHOWNIGHT night Grant' came in on the midnightA.
Martin and Miss Cora Griffin returned Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th SOUTH.SOUND-READ DOWN NO TH-BOUHO-K UP.
r home today. C. L. train and went to his home at month. Visiting
Tuesdays In each
Marti City where he was captured.He '
brothers cordially Invited.S. No. 99 N35!Ne. 29Vo.' S3 STATIONS Ho, is'lfo. 74 f*.ss'lt.. CSDrily -
made a cleaT, breast of tire theft
If you want to enjoy clean, airy T. Sistrunk. Exalted Ruler. Daily Daily Daily Dally Dally Dally Dally
and said a woman who lived in Jacksonville \
rooms, with good attention and the could tell the officers where David S. 'Williams, Secretary. 120 p 120 P 1120 .t 8 W. L1'IacbouTUleArsa 7 50 7 40 7 40 8 40
best table board In the city ask Col- 4 28 pl 9 28 :_..So. Jaek.oovville..LV _
the stolen could be found. : ai,
property .
8 190 t
onel Shipman for the rates of the 540 piOB 906 s St.Augoo.20 P
.. FORREST D. HIGH representing the BROWN ,_._.. 619 pUll ....._ .. _Battnp. _._' 939 p l...... 142
Montezuma. Hotel. 10 20 pl B 37 P.!! 30_1 9 45 s LY_.__ East: PaJatta.-L't' 6 B y 6 2 i40 .
You can still get fancy china and I.I.Oi.F.
COMPANY of St. Louis, the largest shoe JIJ" PI p.11 56 .1010 a Ar.__ Pal&tta.1.1'II 6 00 p 6 A e cu e 31 sOs
staple crockery at the Ocala News
00 ii : 920 Lv-.._ P&i&tUAt 7 00 700 a ib 70i a
:Miss Edna Jeffords who taught the bs p 6
manufacturers in the world and the quality and style of Archer school, has finished her term Company. This Is our regular line awTuluia _..__, 7 A5 PI p.tl6: &1 I_ _San Mateo. .Lv 1 05 p 1 t pi
and we have It all! the time. tq 106 O6 8 O6 Lw.Eaa JateoirI 7 66 7 bb $001 800
whose products are unexcelled will give and returned home. Lodge No. 22. L O, O F.. g PI.- !
1 49 4 45
18 i2 06 : Lv. Teogs. -v
E. C McLeod his suit before meets every Tuesday evening inYonge's === I 32 p p12; 19 ;:=:: : ===-Sunnells- 4 56 4 90
The finest. largest and most varied won halL C. L. Bittlnger. N. G. 40 p12 26 p' .Dapos' : 429 p .__... 4 22
STEREOPTICON VIEWS stock of jeweler's goods of all kinds Judge Bell Saturday. It was his rightto David A. Myers, Secretary. ......: :24 p;_.- 11 2 a :.-Ormond & = O2' 4 35
_" 425 5
cut timber on a certain tract of 11119 I' 8M p'125 pill, 12 s". _Ormou4 .. 8 7g sIl
ever shown In this market. Ocala Mu- r.a 8 46 106 Pl1 20 a .__D y1OU._ 9 67 4 11 917 812 .
sic Company. Jewelers. land that the Clifton Bros. claimed. _..... 867 t 15 ,..... .._Port Or&.ll,__. 2 41 p.._-._ 8 25
"20920 p 1 16 p 44 .. ._. yew SmirnaLC S 22 p! 8 bb 9 O2 4 44
the in in front of A. L. WEBB'SSTORETH .
on night question The Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars on NOTICEAll XI .1021 444 P U P 4r_Lake Helea-IH 12 43 p 12 eS 106 i O6 ,
E F A I R Scenes from the late W. H. Gist a prominent citizen and trains and Pullman 10 89 .IS 89 46& P r' M P .. _OraugeClty_N 1235 pl2 3S 649 6 u p
successful farmer of McIntosh was In the day Sleeping members of the Boys of Woodcraft 10 45 a 10 45 .00 P oo P _Ortnce City Jonetlotv L21o Jell 30 4 40 640
St. Louis world's fair of such interest and done in such a the city Saturday on his way to his Cars on the night trains of the Atlan- are requested to be present this 12 30 s'! 9 30"J/t/ 46 Iilii Lv..Jsew bmyrna..LV 312 8 46 67 4 U
.j )M 213 p''_ SIU.-v 244 2 24 a.
stock farm at Santos. tic Coast Line are examples of excellence --- p -
8 o'clock at Yonge's
finished and artistic manner that itwillnot only please, evening at .129 a1036 24p1241 P Ar-Tttusane 206 J2 se l 43 tai a
and comfort. 9--w .1!ni s:.__ _. Ar aaord U 20 1120
but instruct and benefit. The finest and most beautiful hal PEANUT SEED FOR SALE ______ 1i 20 all m sl_ Lv Santos.-Al 930 910
racks In antique and golden oak and Mr. and Mrs. J S. Pedrick. of Cornell 129 s t0 38 el 2 48 p12 41 p _TltairiU* At 2 W a se p 143 a .

EVERYBODY IS INVITED mahogany that has ever been shownIn with their little daughter were In Fine peanut seed for sate at Ty __Iit it 22 17 p, 326 121 p -EoekledSe.Coco..... .Lf 1 124 37 p.. 1260 100 .l

Ocala. McIver & MacKay.Mr. town today to have one of the little dings & Company's drugstore Ocala, ..a36 p 124p ._Roet tedg Houli. 124 911 p f
girl's toes amputated. Doctors.Smith Fla. 12 W n 4 lap .-.Eau Gs1Ue _. 12 41 p 12 H
1212 .21 .-.Melboarna 1232 1212
SEATS FOR THE LADIES Charles Peyser the cigar manu- and Walter Hood performed the operation 12 66 a 4 19 p p-.-.. '_Peb.rtlaa ...,-5 1160 127
fac.urer.! is In Tampa on business. Some four years ago she burnt All club members of the Ocala --- 1 45 a 6 44 p __,. .. __SL tact. 1101 ..__ 10>K ...

Remember the date-NIGHT OF MARCH 28-in frontof the toe and ever since It has persistedIn Pressing Club who have phones will .420.-_a 225 200 a s 6 W 20 p l B p .fort TlbbalU Ptere 1066 10V .121.1,.., p le 917S l0 W

FOR S..LE-A good 5-room house. growing over the other toe next to please phone No. 167 when clothes are 29.124 Eden 1015 .. ... ..5b5
THE FAIR, Ocala, Florida. with hall; good water; one acre beau- it. She stood the operation splendidly. ready. All calls answered promptly. s 36 e 29 p ... .- -'en tea 1016 : 941
0 38 StuartHob 10 04 9 27
2 46
tifully located north of B. H. J. F. 'Williamson. Manager. p -
8 14 al 1 04 p Sound. 9 U 9 W
mour's. Terms cash. Apply to W. H. The famous Karpen leather furniture. .._. 3 33 s 121 p __ .. toect Jupiter- 9 21 8 49

MARION FARMS STABLES McConn. spoke and rim factory. : In straight and rocking chairs. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Pittman left this 517 607 460 alo 621 7M p p 505 630 p p L At-.aestPsimSeaeb.,...,... Palm B aeU..._... 860$40 .a103.1 O 26 Ill 503 5050 W P p
and couches. Nothing finer made. At afternoon for Atlanta. Mr Pittman 127 a see r 8 St p 640 p ...Wax Palm 815 .1000 7 fit pis 2i p
George Higgins one of the pioneer McIver & MacKay"8. will be absent this week but Mrs. 6 25 s i 59 p Bgaton. .My 7 49 s...._.._. 7 1313s
7 U 7 tq
s W Uelnl
(INCORPORA1"ED.) settlers of LaJte Bryant was In the' Pittman will go to Macon to visit. her 6 H a 1000 p p ....Pert LaoderdtUDaala i 49 i 09
city today Mrs. Mamie Fox and son. Charlie mother and sister. 6 42 .1009 pf.......... I n 6 Wi
....... 130 6 41
after visit of several days to friendsIn 64 a 10 29a p JIallandaLeraoD a
a ... 7 m 10 45 p .-. qty_ 6 08 a 6 Si8W ia.c
GENERAL LIVERYFine Our line of toilet soaps perfumes and Ocala returned to Fruitland Park FOR SALE-We offer for sale all of a 730 alOMBuffet p 720 p Ar MiamiMiaml Lv 100 83s sic 890 p
this afternoon. now located s W d Lr. ._ -.-. At 1 W
cosmetics Is unsurpassed. Tydings our machinery buildings -- 010 .L.._... ...... A r .---- Homestead -I Le 50 p
Company.Mr west of the S. A. L depot.
American perfumes lead the world. MoKean Lumber CoMr Parlor Can oa trains B,22.78.74. Boffcl Sleeping Can on trala S3.99.27.91.

Carriages, Baggies and Traps : Palmer Root of Cltroneli. the The Anti.Ilonopoly Drugstore has a t Dally eiceptSnnday.

Drummers addle Horses expert well driller for Florida Oil and full line of American Perfumes and . Frank Crawford, formerly one CO 4DE iSED SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AKP ST. ACOCBTIHKSOUTHBOCKD
Carryalls. etc.
Gas company was a guest of the many French odors. Do not fall to Inspect of the leading "merchants of Moot- .23-N.. 27tN.DIPT .. 29t'I.. 43 Nw 81.5.. 3T a 361 tltas. $3 % N

Montezuma yesterday, having come up this line before buying. brook. but now In the turpentine bus- I Daily Daily DD7 Etali.Ea Y i D 1y Ot y rVSTJTw .
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses on business for the company. mess with Captain Fiynn. of Mont- _
, Mr J A. Barnes, of Cleveland. O. brook. was in this city this morningand I Lw JackjonTlIteAt s W a 9 to 920 1 10 2 se 2 W eses 20 ri s W p
The Waterman Self-Filling Pen sold and connected with the Lake Shore made the Star office a pleasant Si. AognstlneKOETHBOCSD 900 fclOOO alO 0 ai > IP 360 i4400 pi i 80 920 0 pII p

and Mules for Sale. Horses and warranteed by the PostofQce Drug- RaIlroad. who has been spending the calL # I Ke. 74 Ia. 3 a.. lit Is., u N.Oaf. 32 +N.. 38 Z1ta 1f s. 82 tFw IG h
store. two months: with his parents at Clear- DUI pil Dil, 0
Daily 1 t l Ea. f. s, 8s
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.J mont. Lake county is In town for a Go to the Ocala :News Co. and geta J'40
Smith. best I LT t 40 s 10 p 620 p.12 10 p *90 *I'U
Mr. S. H. Brown the Leroy mer- day the guest of Mr. E. C. Zinn safety razor. The yet St.Aturcstlne
Ar Jacksonville- 40 7 10 pi 730 pi] 1 10 p H 10 U40 pJ7 e0 J i 40 ) 20 J i U a
: R. MARTIN. Manager. chant and one of the most successfulmen
In the county, was a guest of the Come In and see our gooas. If it Is We note with pleasure the announce- Train composed exclusively cf Poflmaa or Parlor Can and extra nat rare wHI b0. charted
t Day coacbei operated on these trains oa WHICH DO extra or seat fare is cilareed.iltoltllt4a
Montezuma yesterday.Dr. In our line. and you don't see it. ask ment In the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin I
for It. We have many goods not yet that Rev. R. H. Morris former Y0. 17

a Thomas' uncooked whole wheat unpacked. Ocala Music Company.The pastor of the Presbyterian church In It.6aa., San.. 19' Daily Es, gOall anKt Btsae )tee t8 se a.w' -- -
HOUGH. BROTHERSWe biscuit at Tydings & Co. Will cure Ocala has been elected pastor of the I 1 DsBy sea. 1 Daly Y

indigestion and stomach troubles. Ocala Sunday schools feel the Oak Lawn Presbyterian church of 200 plO 10 a. 610 p 813 .._..J eksoavule.._..,42 710 .4) 680!ohla. Of the 84 members In 340 plOW .4540 p 864 a r Glo Beata. 160 :1110 410
give Free Presents consisting of Turkey Roasters Hall Racks. Towel benefits of the house to house canvass attendance at the all but four 245 p 10 65 aj 6 45 i U .JtlanneAeatJ1. .. 641 .il146 .1444
Mr Jesse L. Billingsley. of Jacksonville Sunday the Methodist school meeting s ei pub 7(0 915 )(ayputt Ls i>b s ii >0 430PEMNSULIY
Racks, Silver Coffee Pots etc.. with every pound package of Baking a former Marion county boy. had present a number of new pupils.It voted for Mr. Morris. pAM
Powder at 50 cents per pound. was a guest of the Montezuma yes- was also "Temperance Day.' The ) QCCIDEMAL STEM COXXECI10XS AT HUB.

terday. We have the genuine HofTs Cure for
b.A Tickets for other valuable presents given with every purchase of Soap. pledge was presented to the scholarsand Consumption In original $1 bottles. CMectiM Made at au... with Steusalps l .1 Oe P.ft 0.S.S. C.ay w
of them took It.
the majority
"F Soap Powder ,Starch Coffee and Extracts.
See the toy flying machines at the The Postoffice Drugstore. Havana Key West and Nassau.

With every pound of tea. at COc. we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitcher. : Ocala News Company. From 5 to 25 Remember, we carry the enly complete ,

Pudding Pan or Cake Mould. cent l line of office supplies In blank FOR SALE-Wood yard complete. Three Sailings Each Week.
/ books In Ocala. Ocala News' Com- Including 12 H. P. gasolene engine. r
With Every 2Sc. Worth of Laundry Soap We will Give a Mixing Bowl Mr. C. H. HoIIandsworth. of Dunn- pany. cut-off saw wood splitter. chain con- Trains discharge pa s eng.r at ship's .M.. No traufer.

ellon. who has been an Inmate of the veyor and buildings. McKean LumberCo. Taeee Tim Table show the U-at vbtrft tnla may ba expected _arrlr at sad e part
Every article and every present Is first class and fully guaranteed and for the from Ute emraI! suUDoa.bat their arrival or departore at the ttas atateq l.eel gaarsat..4
Marlon County Hospital past The Buttgenbach Phosphate Company -
refunded if both age not sorts t.tiComp&ayiobebelire.poasiblefoe.aydelaysorasyoo..egasoea rt.ia8iSss toot
will be as represented.
your money two left for his home
weeks today are repalring to Install an Immense -

FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES much Improved In health. phosphate plant near Holder, SALESMAN WA.'TED-P.oad ex For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD erOtlier Information

I to be operated by electricity As far perienced. Give reference. Good line: "SEE
Manufacturers of Pure Fancy Homc-Mado Candies Baseball goods of all kinds at the as we know, it will be the first plant no schemes. W J Lorack Sales :Manager -

South.,Main Street. Give Us .a Call., Ocala. Florida., Ocala Newa Co. A tuH stock on band. of this kind In the state. Iowa City Iowa.: J. D. RAHNER. Aut. Qen'l Pass .A U ST. AUGUSTINE FLA

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MRS. HOLLISTER'S MURDERER i How Is Baby To1ay7Better : F3'JJ' r

Found Guilty and Sentenced ta be Humor Ala Philosophy ..
thank )'O\1. In fact qmta weH .j

2'a Hung Fat round and full: of Lie and mischief PositiveA
Chicago. March :6.-PJd..ard Ivtn!. Pink and white flesh dotted with dim. '

: charged with the murder of Mrs Bessie pies. No conga, no indigestion. soda cracker should be the most nutri-
HoUI ter. one of the most brutal i'
: I I crimes in the history! of Chicago, was AU oa account of PERT PARAGRAPHS.When tious and wholesome of all foods made

I found guilty Saturday and sentencedto
be hanged. you nave been up against it for from wheat-

The crime was! committed on the a good while there Is a heap of satisfaction : -
night of January 12 The body was I I in reflecting that all of your

t I found the next morning near a shop good lock U coming ComparativeBut
f owned by Irins father Ivies reported i

WE HAVE in the store just now, one of the discovery of the body and was I I As poets are born and not made ItWouldn't ordinary soda crackers absorb moisture -
the most stocks of CUT I later arrested for the crime. The same administered by mother whose tort --3;
complete I a be held against them.
a day he confessed to his father that I collect dust and become stale and 1
GLASS, he had committed the crim He said ,; was tempered common lens* i
JEWELRY of all kinds that a Florida ct ). that he dragged the woman into an ,; She knows that OZOMULSION fa.. :Nearly all men are tolerable If the soggy long before they reach your table.

store has ever earned., We have a complete alley. assaulted her and then killed her (! a fountain of energy for grown-cps I fur is stroked In the right direction. There is however one

-t stock of musical instrument? and sheet with a copper wire I! too. It stops waste of flesh. It make _xc

music. Japanese goods of all kinds, fine um- plenty! of rich blood. For pale feeble I. There are people who would rather :
INVALUABLE FOR RHEUMATISM sing than eat who would never eat If
brellas, fine stationery, etc. Examine the I folk it is the chief noarisher at .life's I. Superlativesoda
t. !I they bad to sing before they could eat.
stock it is a pleasure to show the goods. I have been suffering for the past j I feast. It cures Consumption when "

I few years with a revere attack of rheu- taken in tim:. A3 druggists sell it-- If some of oar friends would actually cracker-at once so pure so clean so

matism and found that Ballard's Snow I 53 cents and $un the bottle. Let JU I praise na we would be apt to fall crisp and nourishing that it stands alone :..
Liniment was the only thing that gave<
F I c me satisfaction and tended to allevi- send you : dead. in its supreme excellence-the name is

ate my pains. March 24. 1902-John Free Bottle Mall
- C. Degnan. Kinsman. His. 2Sc, SOc. Sample by Sauce for the goose ln't necessarily

and SI at all druggists 1 I|i Write letter or postal toOZOMUI.SION saoce for the gander. They may not
Uneeda Biscuit
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY, f 1! CO. like the same kind of sauce. -

PURCELL SET FREE 98 Pine Street. New TortBiliousness -
JEWELERS: There are people with whom a soft
I Io I II answer Is not half as effective as a bat I:e In a dust tight
0I He Had Killed His Father to Save His '
I i on the bead. moisture
o. Mother .., proof package

Atlanta Ga.. March 26.-Frank Purcell Bag chewing is not rag time music.
who shot and killed his father Rather It U the chin variety.Don't NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Wednesday night as the latter very i
drunk was advancing murderouslyupon
waste time teaching a girl babyto
his wife was released from custody 1 bare cud ioar ralu.ble Ca.earsts asd 5.4
Saturday. 'f them perfeet. C..lda'.do witho.t tbea. 1 b... talk. Let her alone and she will
Seed them for torn tun for indigeitioB sod bits learn.
The court dismissed the case, announcing :'r b.s.w. wd am ww completely cored. a.tom-
mead abeDl .. 0...
so 'n..4. vlHPlcMint
e..FTo. yom
Restaurant. that the evidence was so conclusively ....,IHt wieho.t'bem i. 'b.f..UT."
in favor of the defendant as Uw..s A.Kan,AlbuJ'.H.Y.I Fear of public opinion Is all that

to preclude the possibility of his con- keeps men from following oft a band. DoNotNe1ectaCo1d.Every

viction in a higher court. 1 j 1 I f3es1 For : .
1I jI The bowels,
I I I Filthy Lucre.
A Safe Cough Medicine for Children : ( Some people may decry it / cold weaken the Lungs lowers the Vitality and make the j
_____ I i I And deprecate Its chase system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus
First Class Meals In buying a cough medicine for But money la a bandy thing paving the way for more serious diseases.

children never be afraid to buy Cham O'fCAnw.RTIC To have about the place.Of CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES? !
berlain's i iI course the stuff Is tainted-
Cough Remedy. There is no ,
danger from it and relief is always'I . i iI Thai always understoodBut -
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES still with all that drawbackIt -
sure to follow. It Is especially val-i I does look pretty good.A ..3 .
able for colds croup and whooping .Pa1abbt.Potent TMtoGood.Do Good.
4S cough. For sale by the Postoffioe y...,Si kea.Weak.a or Grip.Ue dollar to pocket rt
Room Personal .. balk The tablet >l Bip4 CCCoi
Dining open until midnight. Drugstore. i GaArinteed to ear or you money b kSterling \VL1 make the world look bright; s
Remedy Co..Chicago or N.Y. Sal A two spot adds more color:
attention given to special orders, anythingthe -A fire makes black se m white;
market offers prepared for the table on And certain of your worth
IVIIliston has organized a bank and And make the bill a fifty,
short notice. See our Refrigerator displayin the following officers and directorswere I SEABOARD AIR LINE At once you own the earth.

elected President. L. O Benton NEW SCHEDULE
front of the Store. I Besides. If on the needful
Vice-President J P. Epperson,
You are not rated shy
Cashier M H. Deland. Directors, R. e Day Trains
The world will around
always turn
Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. D. Medlin. J. N.' Willis W }I. Barton. Northbound..12:57 p. m. And bow as you pass by. B 1DPERMANENTLY

Special Price to Regular Boarders J B. Peacock. Southbound... .... ... 2:20 p. m. And.Bouquets more than at you that will the fling ladies 't.j

THE BEST COUGH SYRUPS. Night Trains And Intimate that you are Just

THE GARM1GHAEL & SON GO Northbound... ... .. ..... 2:10 a. m. Too cute for anything.It's .

L. Apple ex-probate judge. Ottawa Southbound.. ... ... ... 2:30 a. m. handy to bare money _.
Kan, writes: This Is to say thatI At least enough to do. CURES ---
Ed's Place, West of Square have used Ballard's Horehound Syr- We need It In our business Colds Sore Throat
Consumption, Coughs \
up for years and that I do not hesitate WOMEN'S KIDNEYS And In our pleasures too. Whooping
We need It In the household Asthma Croup Cough,
to recommend It as the best cough Women are more orten afflicted with
syrup I have ever used." 23c. SOc. and kidney disorders than men but attribute We need It on the cars. Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Sore Lungs.
And It might help. I fancy.
SEABOARD AIR-LINE RY. II at all druggists. the symptoms to diseases pecu- Though we were up In Mars. EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARD'S HOREHOUND -
liar to their sex, while in reality th3 SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES. DOES NOT
headache puffy or dark circles unapt Speedy Cure. CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH.

State Senator Park Trammel of the eyes pain in the back are signs MRS. SALLIE LOCKBAR Oolrftftww/f*, Tar.. saysw..
Savannah Columbia. Camden Southern PInes Richmond. 'Washington. Baltimore Polk county, in a letter to the Bartow of kidney trouble that must not be ignored have turgid lJU rd'.Horehound Syr.pis my family for several reex
Phllsde Iphia. New York. Record. declines to run for congress or a serious malady will result.Foley's and It .1.."*!..__t"'arllotbe rhildrra had Cro p sad
Y Wboopl.cb It always relieved them.t CHKTO..nA I would sot b*
against "Uncle" Steve Sparkman."TO Kidney Cure has restored the L wlttuxit It la the house. uitU tbe Utsf Mi.OICL: we know o4"Best
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY health of thousands of weak nervous,
broken down women. It stops Irregularities | Remedy for Children. Every Bottle C ran teed, j

SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL CURE A FELON"sajs and strengthens the urinary THREE SIZES t 200, OOo md ...00.

Sam Kendall of Phillip bu-g; organs. It purifies the blood and r BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. ST.LOUIS MO.
Kan, "just cover it over with Buck-: benefits the whole system. Sold by the ,

len's Arnica Salve And the Salve will Po$toffice Drugstore 0; _. -:-; ... .-....
do the rest." Quickest cure for burns

of MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTThe bolls sores, scalds wounds piles eczema Phone your Items of news any time SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTSMbd
salt rheum chapped hands sore
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED the only dally Solid Pullman feet and sore .eyes' Only 25c. at Ty- cf the day or evening t* 51 er 255.

Electric- Lighted Train between St. Augustine. Jacksonville and New York, dings & Co's drup*tore. Guaranteed.
via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jacksonville "I see you hare written a glowing

1:20 p. In. dally inclding Sundays. HORSES AND MULES L.ALEXANDERPractical testimonial for a patent medicine.

ONLY LINE What did it cure you of?"
You will always find at J R. Martin -
"Financial depression. I got $5 for
Operating Daily Through Sleeper from Jacksonville to New' Orleans. & Co's exchange stables in Ocala .
and at Nichols' Wildwood tl at testimonial"Realistic lJe
Hugh stables
For full Information and sleeper reservations, call on any Seaboard -
as good mules and horses as can BUILDER
agent or write to W. W. CONDOM
be found In Florida. For the
quality Acting.
JOHN DOZIER. Agent. City Ticket Agent.
i Careful estimates made on an contract
prices are reasonable.: No trouble to
OCALA. FLORIDA.S. "Did you ever suffer from stage
show animals. When in need call on work. Gives more and better work
C. BOYL TON. JR. A. O. :MACDONELL. frightr
Hugh Nichols proprietor Ocala'or for the money than any other in town.
Passenger Agent. Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent. "Only once.-
Wildwood. Fla.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA "When you made your first appear- :

The best safeguard agaiinst head- aDeer Dyspepsia
ache, constipation and liver troublesis CHEAPOOlONIST "No; when I was traveling In the

DeWltt's Little Early Risers. Keep west and robbers held up the stage."
a vial of these famous little pills in the Cure

. Through Tourist Cars house and take a dose at bed time TICKETS Mathematical Trick.
when you feel that the stomach and
bowels need cleansing. They don't TOOREGON "lie has deeply offended the circle In Qiyes rest to the stomach. Cures /ndlgestion,dyspepsia, sour stomach,

Personally Conducted to gripe. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly which he moves." tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervous
( "But I notice be bas sent out Invitations
Somach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.m .
for a large party.

CaliforniaThe LOUISVILLE HASHYILLE R. R. CALIFORNIA, "Yea; be is trying- to square the cir t,._.u w t.b. Ol! as wksY
cle." ... fate hm Brmmtli VM* rem usS
WASHINGTONand .aa. As aRas.. ..w.marw
To Birmingham, Nashville, Memphis. the
Success seems often In our grip.
Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its Knoxville, Louisville, Cincinnati, NORTHWESTWill When reaching for the goal we trip.

up-to-date equipment, courteous attendants and many comforts.It's St. Louis, Chicago and All Points And Another 10. before carries we off can the arise prize! ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS .

the easy way to travei-no changes of cars, or other word NORTH AND WEST be Sold Feb. 15th to April 7th

Route of the Famous Tourist Train Inclusive An Actor's Vay. IN OGALA VIA
ries.Are "Poor her husband Is leading a
you going to California? Investigate this way of travel. CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED
Chattanooga to California ...... double life""You
You'll be to find how Only Solid Pullman Train to the West $37.30
surprised don't
cheaply sayT""Yes
you can go. Knoxville to California.. .. .... 40.55
With Observation Library and he la the heavy vlllian on the
Dining Car Atlanta to California.. .. ...... 39.50 stage and doubles In the band." ATLANTIC COAST LINE

Leaves St. Augustine 8.20 a. m. daily. Proportionate rates from all other .

Full Particulars and illustrated literature ofF Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 a. m. daily. points also to Washington Oregon and Not in the Right Mood.
(Schedule in effect November 26, 156)
Arrives Chicago 5:10 p. m., next day. the Northwest. If you are going writeme
J. VAN RENSSALAER, Gen. AgU Arrives St. Louis %:10 p. nu, next day. say how many in your party and "May I drop around and ask :jour fa-
Through sleepers also operated on when you wish to start and I will call ther for your bands"No Departures Between Arrivals.No. .

Atlanta Ga A. C. L. 8:05; p. m. train. Jacksonvilleto on you and arrange for your tickets. better wait a.few weeks. He Is 82, Daily, 1:20 A M. No. 21, Daffy, 1:55 A.M.
St. Louis and still keeping his New Year's resolutions. -
Chicago. I. E. REHLANDER. Rochelle Palatka Jacksonville, S avanneb. Charleston. Rfebns ad.
Southern Pacific. Ask for Tickets Via L & N. Trav. Passenger Agent, Washington. Baltimore Philadelphia and New York.

I For information as to rates to all Mo. Pac. Ry. Chattanooga Tenn. Pullman Buffet Sleepers St. Petersburg to Jacksonville, connects at
points North and West chedules and and Iron Mountain Rout Looks Easy 10 Him. Jacksonville with Pullman Sleepe rs to New York. Dining Car Jacksonville
full Information. call on any ticket to New York.
sty ?t5e.wcuo.
agent or Geo. E. Herring, Fla. Pass ..

Agt. L. & N' Jacksonville. Fla. of No. 78 Daily, 1:00 P. M. No. 89, Daily, 235 P. M.

THE Rochelle Gainesville, Palatka. Jac knonvtlle. Parlor Cars St. Petersburg -
VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE to Jacksonville. Connects at Jacksonville with Sfefer for St.
FAST THROUGH TRAINS Louis Tfa. TbomasviUe and Montgomery; also Dixie Flyer Steeper

, Through Train and Sleeping Car Service TEXAS e PACIFIC for St. Louis and Chicago via ;JTIften. Macon and Atlanta.

. Between Jacksonville, Fla, F No. 21, Daily, 2:00 A. M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A. M.

.:" FOR THE WEST AND NORTHWEST-DIXIE FLYER ROUTE, AND CHI and Augusta, Ga. R'4d o RS1lWAY St Petersburg and Intermediate points.No. .

CAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED, VIA NASHVILLE, Effective January 10, 1906, the Atlantic -

; CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY Coast Line inaugurated Pull- 89. Daily 2:55 P. M. No. 78, Daily, 12:40 P. M. !
man sleeping car service between "
Leaves Jacksonville dally at 9:00 p. m Jacksonville Fla. and Augusta. Ga. The Great Eastern VCSwTbe -.. Tampa. St. Petersburg and Intermediate points.No. .
leave Jacksonville at 8-45;
via Atlantic Coast Line. Solid train to a. rooster cannot lay aa egg
." DIXIE I I Atlanta, with through coaches to m. and arive at Augusta at 6.55 p. and Western Line But possibly that gent 45, Daily, 10:05 A. M. No. 48, DaHy, 6:00 P. M.

Nashville. Tenn. Route, via Tifton. m. affording daylight service betweenthe Does not consider that so much Juliette High Springs Dnpont. Waycross.No. .
Macon. Atlanta Chattanooga. Nash- two points. Dining car service will Across the Entire States of Of an accomplishment.

< FLYER ville. Through sleepers Jacksonville be operated between Jacksonville and 47, Daily. 3:00 P. M. No. 46, Daily, 12:20 P. M.
to St. Louis, via Cairo and the Illinois Temassee for breakfast and lunch. Poor Opinion of It. Juliette. DunneDon. Homosassa, Brooksvflle. Trilby and local: pateta.
,:.--'--- Central; and through sleepers to Chi Evening trains from all South Flor- IEXA? (md LUUlSIffl! '"What are yon drinking .

- R 0 U T E cago via Evansville and the C. & E. L ida points make direct connections at ""N othfng. That la what I can It. 44
Jacksonville affording the quickestand No. 49. Daily, Except Sunday. No. Daily ex. Sun, 9:40 A. M.
Railway arriving at St. Louis 7.08
a. best service between Florida and SO TROUBLE TO AKSWKi. QU4ST1UA!: The common name I believe, la wa- Juliette. Dnnnetlon Homosatsa
m.; Chicago, 9:30 a.nj.. secondmorning.Chicago ter.
further information see ticket Direct Line to Trains 82 and 21 carry sleepers Jacksonville and St. Petersburg.

, and Florida Limited agents or write J. G. Kirkland D. P. NORTH TEXAS PILES! PILES PILES Trains 82 and 85 carry Pullman Sleepers between New York Jacksonville *

A. Tampa. Fla. Dr. "Willi&ms" Indian Pile Ointment ; Dining Car service through between Jacksonville and Jersey City -l

f NEW MtXICC will cure blind, bleeding ulcerated Day Coaches between Jacksonville an d Washington. Pullman Sleepers,
Solid Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room Observation The ONLY Trains 78 and 89 between Jacksonville and New York
Train. Death Rate in New York and Chicago and itching pile. It absorbs the tumors and Jacksonville and
Y; train running SOLID frem St. Augustine, Jacksonville to Chicago. Dining ARIZONAand allays the Itching at once act Chicago via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Route, and to St. Louis via Montgomery .
car service all the way-& la carte plan. Leave St. Augustine dally at 8:20: During November and December, as a Immediate redief. and L & N. and via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Routes without change. l
a. m.; Jacksonville, 9:SO a. m. Arrive In Atlanta '.51 m. Chattanooga.
p. ; 1903. one fifth of the deaths in Sew Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is
N- 10:57 p. m; Nashville, J.1J a. m.; Evansville. 8:20 a. nt; Chicago. 5:10 p. York and Chicago were from pneu CALIFORNIA prepared for piles and itching of the PULLMAN PARLOR CARS ON TRAINS LEAVING OCALA 1:00 P. M.
, m. Through sleepers on this train for St. Louis, via Nashville and the L. & monia. Foley's Honey and Tar not private parts. Every box is guaran- for JACKSONVILLE, and from JACKSONVILLE TO ST. PETERSBURG.Key .

d.l N. Railroad arrive in St. Louis 2:10 p. m. only stops the cough but heals ani Write for New Book of Texas. Free. teed. Sold by Tydings & Co, by man West and Havana Steamers leave Port Tampa Sundays Tuesday
For tickets and other information
call on ticket agents. strengthens the lungs and
prevents I for SOc. and $L Williams Manufacturing and Thursdays 11:40 P. M. -
:: pneumonia so do not take chan<'"!Son Cleveland
COLE DANLBY a cold wearing away when Foley's E. P. TURNER Ohio.: Company. Proprietors. For full information regarding rates, reservations, etc, call on AUantioCoast

Honey and Tar wil cure you quicklyand General Passenger Line Agents, or
I Agent
..PASSENGER AGENT prevent serious results. Sold by Indies bare you seen the patent J. G. KIRKLAND Div. Pass. AgU Tampa, Fta.; W..1. CRAIG, P....
j 212 WEST BAY STREET: JACKSONVILLE FLA. the Postofflce Drugstore.. DALLAS, TEXAS hair dyer at the Postoface Drugstore Traffics Mgr.; H. M. EMERSON Gen. Traffic Mgr, Wilmington N. C.

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