The Ocala evening star

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


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


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

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University of Florida
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'I DINNER AT THE OCALA HOUSE Weather Forecast for Central Florida i A FLOWER PARTY t

The Ocala House will serve an elaborate Miss
Eugenia Fuller entertained her
(Courtesy of Postmaster Groves.)
{ Easter: dinner tomorrow to its young friends most delightfully last
guests. The menu is a lengthy one Jacksonville, April 6.-Fair; colder II night from 8 to 10 at her home on Ex.
and the dishes rare and will be daintily tonight, except showers o'n west position'street. The house was taste-

My Lady's I served. Dinners on occasions of coast; Sunday fair. Moore. fully decorated with palms, vines and .

when the .. this kind at the Ocala House are always cut flowers. Of the many enjoyable c24VEkjMIl.iV
a thing of importance and a joy BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR'CA games played, the most interestingwas

hot-bread 'j for days to ,come.A TARRH THAT CONTAIN a flower contest, consisting of

hot roll or MERCURYAs twenty conundrums In rhyme, each to
Breakfastis WASTE OF TIME be answered with the name of a flow
muffin is mercury will surely destroy the er. The fortunate contestants were

Montgomery Ala., April 5.-Governor sense of smell and completely derangethe Misses Bessye Porter and Frances Anderson -

Royal Samford today appointed. L. whole system when entering it the prizes being a lovely vase
Martin, Samuel Blackwell and R. C. through the mucous surfaces. Such and a cup. Delicious refreshmentswere

Well Served Baking Jones to confer with a like committee articles should never be used excepton served by Mrs. Fuller, assistedby 1 1
Powder from the state of Florida relative to prescriptions from reputable physi Misses Annie and Bettie Sharpe.At .
the annexation of the western portionof cians, as the damage they will do is 10 o'clock the guests bade the
risen. the latter state to Alabama. tenfold to the good you can possibly charming young hostess good night, An Excellent Combination.

derive from them. Hall's Catarrh with hearty thanks for a very pleas- The pleasant method and beneficial
EASTER DINNER Cure is manufactured by F. J. Cheney ant evening. effects of the well) known remedy
,State bread for breakfast is barbarous; & Co., Toledo. 0., contains no mercury SYRUP OF FIGS, manufactured b/ the
J. P. Galloway owner of the Montezuma and is taken internally, acting directly OUT AGAINMr. CALIFOB3IA FIG Si'BUP Co., illustrate

1# hot, yeast-risen rolls are dyspeptic. Hotel l, and Manager William upon the blood and mucous sur- T. E. Wetherbee, of the Ocala the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
. Tunstall. have issued two hundred invitations faces of the system. In buying Hall'sCatarrh Foundry, who had his leg badly hurt tive principles of plants known to be
to Easter dinner at the ho- Cure be sure you get the gen while medicinally laxative and presenting
uine. It is taken internally, and madein superintending the removal of them in the form
tel tomorrow, from 1 to 3. Each in- most refreshing to the
: : OYALBAKING vitation includes the family of the Toledo 0., by F. J. Cheney & Co. an engine from the moss factory, a taste and acceptable to the system It
few days ago, is able to be at his post
Testimonials free. Sold is the
.recipient, so a big crowd is expectedand by druggists; again, though on crutches. one perfect strengthening laxative
preparations have been made to 75c. per bottle. cleansing* the system effectually,
Hall's Family Pills are the best. dispelling colds headaches and fevers
entertain them in a manner fully in
BAKING POWDER Deputy U. S. Marshal Peacock re- gently yet promptly and t'nab"g one
keeping with the present excellent
turned from a trip south today, bringing to overcome habItual constipation
: management of the house. The Professor Josiah Varn has bought per
menu in another victim who had been manently. Its freedom from
the Samuel residence South"Pine
Agnew on
is elaborate and would do
adds' anti-dyspeptic qualities to the an one street and will shortly move into converting skimmings and syrup Into every objectionable quality and sub-
credit to hotel in the state.G. .
any moonshine. He also
stance and its
his new possession. brought in the acting on the kidneys,
food and makes delicious hot-bread, worm of the still which had caused livor and bowels, without weakening
W. Pearson, the golf instructor the trouble. Knobe Caisen, the operator or irritating them, make it the Ideal
hot biscuit, rolls, muffins or griddlecakes has packed his clubs and betaken himself PURIFIERThe is temporarily stopping with laxative.In .
to the Northern summer resorts, Jailer Smith the of manufacturing figs
awaiting the arrival of process
I whose fragrance and beauty w where he will continue his work. Mr. blood is constantly being purified witnesses tomorrow, when he will arc used as they are pleasant to the
the liver and
by lungs, kidneys.
Pearson is a pleasant gentleman anda have a hearing before Commissioner taste, but the medicinal qualities the
tempt the laggard morning appetite, L. good instructor in golf and made Keep these organs in a healthy condition Williams.Mr. remedy are obtained from senna and
numerous friends in Ocala. who will and the bowels regular and you other aromatic plants, by a method
and whose wholesome and nutritive- ',' be pleased to see him with us next will have no need of a blood purifier.For and Mrs. G. T. Palmer will known to the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
winter. this purpose there is nothing leave Ocala in a short time, much to Co. only. In order to get its beneficial

qualities afford the highest sustenance .i equal to Chamberlain's Stomach and the regret of Mrs. Palmer's life-long effects and to avoid imitations, please
The handsome Richardson residence : Liver Tablets, one dose of them will friends and the many whom Mr. Pal remember full name of the Company

for both brain and .body. in the second ward, occupied by Rob- do you more good than a dollar bottleof mer has made during his all too brief printed on the front of every package
ert Taylor, is being painted and will the best blood purifier. Price, 25 stay among us. Mr. Palmer has
be a very pretty piece of architecturewhen cents. Samples free' at the AntiMonopoly sought an interest in a cotton mill In CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP_ CO.

completed. The spirit of paint Drugstore. his old home town, Washington, Ga.t BAN FRANCISCO, CAL
The Royal Baker and Pastry There are cheap baking pow- ing and repairing has never been so and will remove to that place in a LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. Jr. Y.
Cook -containing over Soo ders, made from alum, but they manifest as this year, in Ocala.J. HOTEL HELP TRAIN APRIL 10 short time. For Mia by all Druggists.-Price We.per tottl
most. practical and valuable are exceedingly harmful to .
cooking receipts-free to health. Their astringent and H. Vereen of the Railroad Restaurant Via Seaboard Air LineA

every patron. Send |postal cauterizing qualities add a continues along the even tenor special Hotel Help Train will be
card with your full address. dangerous element to food. of his way keeps a scrupulouslyclean run from Jacksonville to New York New: Goods Arriving Daily. .
and neat dining room, sets: a April 10th via S. A. L. and Pennsylvania _
first class table at all times, and is enjoying R. R. Rate from Jacksonville .
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. a full share of the patronage of to New York. $15. Passengers should Just Received
the best people of the city and state leave Ocala 2. : to a. m. to connect with .
in general. this train. TfJ


OCALA OCCURRENCES Ardis Waterman, one of the most SPECIAL NOTICE o

popular and thoroughly competent
business of the has Previous' to vacating my store I offer FROlfERose
young men city ;
\V. H. of A ;
Hopkins, Orange Lake, was
the store office and
resigned! his position as cashier in H. following shop
in the city today. Masters' store, and accepted the A 4LADIES' fixtures for sale: Show cases, Roch-

Mrs. Nick Hamans, of Orange position of manager for the Ocala ester lamps, cabinets, one large Mos- & Co1 cICHICAGO'S

Springs, died last week. Steam Laundry, made vacant by the ler safe, one small safe, one elegantroll ,
resignation of Captain George Me- top desk and chair, one Smith
The finest line of Alligator Pocket. Kean. Premier typewriter No. 1 nearly new,
Hooks in the city at Burnett's. one neostyle duplicating machine, FAMOUS TAILORS
W. M. Martin has just received another small desk, and many other articlestoo V -
L. 1) Farmer has taken charge of supply of Huyler's fine candies. numerous to mention. Call at my
the Globe Hotel at Orange Sphings. This is his fourth shipment in sixty store. Chas. Peyser. PI ,
days Fine mixed chocolates, bon w 'Don't Fail to Come
Howard Clark has accepted the po bons, Scotch kisses burnt almondsand

tion bookeeper at Rheinauer & American cuts are among this New Lot Matting e, and See Then rt

Company's.Mrs. shIpment. f Just Arrived, Good '
t (Jot ton g CJO
s S, T. Sistrunk and Miss Josie quality the best Assortment of Patterns that
B. Presson, Pressonville, Kan., r f 4t warp. Special prices rHJH They are
Hoilge went to Jacksonville yesterdayon
writes: 'Nothing like Foley's Honey while it lasts
Ocala has You tell how
short ever seen. can
a visit. and Tar' is the universal verdict of all '' 18, 20, 25, 30 and 35

Heady made skirts and waists, sea who have used it. Especially has this cents per yard. it will look. Come and get 2OQ

sonable dress goods-all at low prices, been true of coughs and accompanying UMBRELLAS Window Shades tfC measured for a suit or .
at Frost's new store. : la grippe. Not a single bottle failedto 15: 25, 35 cents and
"give relief" Anti-Monopoly Drug BLACK up. CALL AND SEE THEM. a pair of pants.
Cards out for the store. V
are marriage at
Williston tomorrow of S. T. Willis -AND- OQ NO F'IT NO PAY>> M*
and Miss Wessie Barber. Fresh milk every day 'at the Hole! in .P..
the Wall. THELEADING- Fresh bread, rolls, etc., baked dally
Tomorrow is Easter Sunday. There and delivered by notifying the Mode' c
will be special services for the occasion "Last winter I was confined to my COLORSNEW Bakery, between laundry and city mar z THE BOSTON STORE.
at the different churches.B. bed with a very bad cold on the lungs. ket.
Nothing gave me relief. Finally my SPRING GOODS
B. Lowman, a hard working far wife bought a bottle of One Minute Those famous little pills, De".Vitt'sLittle
mer of Williston, had the misfortuneto Cough Cure that effected a speedy J. HI. NEELY Early Risers, will remove all impurities -

lose his horse by are recently. cure I cannot speak too highly of from your system, cleanse.
that excellent remedy.Mr. T. K. MERCHANTS' BLOCK, OCALA, FLA your bowels, make them regular. AntiMonopoly Good Shoes for a
Lamps in pretty fancy designs, Houseman Manatawney: Pa. Anti- Drugstore.SPEOIAL Everybody.
handsome new pictures, new and at Monopoly Drugstore.
tractive toilet sets, at Mclver & Mac-
Kay's. Count V. de Visone. of New York, .
a pleasant French nobleman, golf
sulphide of carbon, to kill weevils player and all round good fellow, is ATTRACTIONS Order Your Clothes
and all insect life in corn or seed spending a short time at the Ocala

of any kind; sold in any quantity. by House and making many friends.
Tydlngs & Co. ATRHEINAUER'S 7 -FROM-
"I have been_ troubled with indigestion -
For sale-Plymouth Rock eggs, pure for ten y ears, have tried many PETER INGRAM TAILORA
breed, at 40 cents for a setting of fif- things and spent much money to no SHOE DEPARTMENT ,
teen. Apply at Mrs. J. F. William
purpose until I tried Kodol DyspepsiaCure. .. .
son's residence.Mrs. I have taken. two bottles and
gotten more relief from them than all GOOD SHOES AT LOW PRICES FULL LINE OF-
Hattie E. Crocker, of Maine,
other medicines taken. I feel more
who is largely interested in Florida
phosphate is in the city, stopping with like a boy than I have felt in twenty Banister, made for men . . .. . . . . . .. . . ..$5 00 Imported and Domestic Woolens
Mrs C. P. McGrath. years.-Anderson Riggs, of Sunny Foot Glove, made for men &. . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 3 50 .
Lane. Tex. Thousands have testifiedas Crossett, made for men . . . . . :. . . ..$3 and 4 00 TROPICAL SUITINGS WOOL-CRASH LINENS
Cot R. A. Burford returned yesterday did Mr. Riggs. Anti-Monopoly Drug Regina, made for women . .. . . .. .. . .. .. .. .. ... 3 00 TWEEDS ALPACAS
from a few days' visit to Talla- store. Queen City, made for women .. .. . . . . ... .. .. 1 50 SERGES
hassee, where he visited both bodiesof We control above makes in this market and we never saw such a com-
Rev. J. R. Biggs who has been absent -
the state l legislature. bination of grace, fit, comfort, quality and price. Cleaning and Repairing
from home for some time preach .
ing and working up the circulation of RHEINAUER & CO.
Hammocks in all grades and stylus, SPECIAL AGENT M. BORN & CO., CHICAGO

camp stools, sofa pillows, plain and his paper the Religious Digest has returned __ _u_ __ _____._ --- V
with fancy covers, lawn seats, etc., I home. -
Just received at Mclver & MacKay's. The name of Macon. Fla., post office The county commissioners of Hills-
You will waste time if you try to has been changed to Trilby, to agree boro county are investigating Hender I
B. A. Weathers has bought the Fri- cure. indigestion or dyspepsia by starving with that of the railroad station at the son's convict camp at Odessa. Horrible The Only Solid Daily Limited Trains
erson cottage in the third ward and yourself. That only makes it same place. cruelties are said to have been
placed same in splendid repair. E. M worse when you do eat heartily. You practiced on the convicts confined (INCLUDING SUNDAY.)
Howard of the Steam Laundry i is: occupying always need plenty of good food prop A TESTIMONIAL FROM OLD ENGLAND there.
it. erly digested. Kodol Dyspepsia Cureis -FromAugustand-
the result of years of scientific research IT DAZZLES THE WORLDNo
Ice Cream Freezers in all sizes, beginning for something that would di-

with "The Baby," a cute,little gest not only some elments of food Remedy"I consider the best Chamberlain's in the world Cough for Discovery in medicine has ever St. Jacksonville
freezer of a pint capacity, which will but every kind. And it is the one rem "
bronchitis, Mr. William created of the excitementthat
Savory, one quarter
freeze cream in five minutes, at Me edy that will do it Anti-Monopoly says -To-
Iver & MacKay's.Skin Drugstore of Warrington. England. "It has has been caused by Dr. King's
saved my wife's life, she having beena New Discovery for Consumption. It's Baltimore New York]
troubles, cuts, burns, scalds I The monument erected by the martyr to bronchitis for over six Washington, ,,
and chafing quickly heal by the use of, Woodmen of the World was placed at years being most of the time confinedto severest tests have been on hopeless
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is im the grave of Axton Badger today. The her bed. She is now quite well" victims of Consumption, Pneumonia, -Are By the-

itated. Be sure you get DeWitt's. AntiMonopoly stone will be set at Tuesday night's I Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Hemorrhage Pleurisy and Bronchitis

Drugstore. meeting of the lodge. thousands of whom it has restored to

Thomas Stevens, of Gainesville, is If troubled by a weak digestion loss nice line EASTER of Easter DYESA egg dyes at perfect health. For Coughs Colds, Seaboard Airline RailwayLEAVE

now bookkeeper for the Ocala House. of appetite or constipation, try a few the Ocala News Co., sixteen colors, all Asthma, Croup Hay Fever Hoarseness -
He will also keep the accounts of Mr doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and different, in a package, all for live and Whooping Cough it Is the
Edward's saloons in Ocala and Gaines: Liver Tablets. box warranted.For I
I cents. Wrap the paper around the quickest surest cure in the world. It JACKSONVILLE 10:20 A. M. AND.7:45 P. M. .
ville. sale by the Anti lnopoly Drug- 'J
into isdyed.
egg. dip water and the egg .
store.If I is sold by the Postorace Drugstore I
Running sores, ulcers, boils, pirn which guarantees! satisfaction or re- !
pIes, etc., quickly cured by Banner you need anything in the baler'sline funds money. Large bottles :oOc. and I ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST, ,
notify the Model Bakery, at their How are To'r Kidney* f
Salve, the most healing salve in the $1. Trial bottles free.VELVET I
new quarters, between laundry anti !)r.nobbs'Sparatrus Pill:.cure all kidney tils.Sara- Savannah, Columbia,
I of the late Confederacy
world. A sure cure for piles. Anti- Did free. Add.:Sterling Remedy Co..Cbicagt or\.V Via Richmond, the Capital ,
market and will be delivered to
'Monopoly Drugstore.Burt BEANSSlxt.tour Camden, Pinehurst, Southern Pines.( _, .
your residence.The All of the late magazines at the pounds to the bushel; $1\
McDonald is assistant clerk in editor of the Fordville, Ky., Miscellaneous Ocala News Company's store. per bushel. Peanuts, choice seed Through Pullman Sleeper via Monticello to St. Louis, V
the Ocala House, having accepted the : writes as a postscript to a I stock. Florida grown 6 cents per
position when the Curio Bazar was : business letter: "I was cured of kid MISS EDITH PIATT pound. J. B. Sutton, Seedsman, Through Pullman Sleeper to New Orleans,

closed. Mr. McDonald is a genial, ney trouble by taking Foley's Kidney I Ocala, Fla. Through P ullman Space to Old Point Comfort.
popular young man and a good ac Cure." Take nothing else. AntiMonopoly ,
Lessons In China PaintingClass "I had piles so bad I could get no .
rest nor find a cure until I tried De-
Hours 9 to 12 O'clock
The best meals the neat Mondayand
Spring coughs are specially dangerous prepared Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. After sleeping car reservations and further Information, apply to City
est tables and best attention, are all Tuesday Mornings at
and unless cured at once, serious using it once I forgot I ever had anything Ticket Office. Ierchants'\Block, Ocala, Fla., or. to ..
found at the Railroad Restaurant.
follow. One Minute Cough Studio on South Sec like PIles.-E. C. Boice, Somers
reults often
A. 0. MacDonell,Asst Gen. P&as. Aft,
R. E. L. Bunch, Gen. Pass. Agt., ;
Cure acts like magic. It is not a com-I ond Street Point N. Y. Look out for Imitations.Be .
Educate Your Bowel With Cmcaret Fla.
ask for DeWitt's. AntiMonopoly Portsmouth, Va. .
is sure
mon mixture, but a high grade rem you
Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever VISITORS WELCOME Drugstore. John Dozier, Agent, Ocala Fla. W. W. Condon, Ticket Agentl .
edy.. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I lOc.25o. It refund moae? &



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If a woman i!; physically! 'misersle ANOTHER CORRECTION
and mcntaliy unliippy, the child MIC
bears will in face and fdrm, as well as County Treasurer Says His Bill for

in disposition, reflect her own cou,ii- Furniture Was Very '
Only Daily Paper in Ocala l tion. Every woman who auticimtes! Modest 1. t

motherhood ought to think of this and
Editor Star: I desire to correct the : 1.
be a fairy godmother to her own child,
BITTINGER AND COMPANY endowing it with health lauty, and a Star's recent figures in reference to'

disposition.The the bill of county treasurer for office ,
Publishers happy
P-oorietors and mental misery of the proactive furniture etc Instead of $44.3., as \ s

mother is in general the result of her represented the bill was for $H,35 8

C. L. BITTINGER, physical condition. She is nervous. her only and hardly admits of the criticism |1

appetite fails, she to which your figures would sub- i, i
Editor and Business Manager.R. .
jett me. Thos. E. Pasteur.
cannot sleep. Re- t ll I ,

R. CARROLL, City Editor. store her appetite I It
quiet her nerves CHURCH NOTICESSt.

and give her sleep t 1- :
Entered at the Ocala Postoffice as sec- and she becomes anew 1i ,
Philip's Catholic Church L
ond class matter. woman. i i rI

"It has made anew r Sunday school at 9 a. m. I I .
woman of me," /y High mass at 10:30 a. m. : I
The Boers have executed another is tk
the constant testimony Vespers and instructions at 5 p. m. I I
British peace envoy.P. of women All are cordially invited. .. :

who have used Dr. .

of is to Pierce's Favorite Methodist Church 1 1 1I 1q
C. Knox. Pittsburg. succeed r. k ,
Mr. Griggs as attorney generalin Prescription. o I .
tranquilizes the hnen'es Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Superintendent k 4
President McKinley's cabinet. M. M. Little. r l lL .
encouragesthe ttf.
-- ---- appetite and i Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. -

i James M. Barr of the Atchison Topeka induce refreshing / Junior League at 3:30 p. m. \ I 3$ p I II

and Santa Fe, has been given sleep. It est a h- "' \ A welcome to all. H. Dutill, Pastor. j
tl q
the general managership of the Sea. lishes regularity,\; ,.. .

board Air Line. dries weakening Baptist Church,

drains heals inflammation
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Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. J. G. a r, ( ,
and ulceration and curea'emale
Von WaMersee urges that the European ( weakness Spurlin, 5upel'intendent.Preaching .

troops be withdrawn from Chinaas "During the first: month when I looked forward at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.

soon as possible, as there is great to mattrnity I mold not keep anjth'r.g Prayer meeting every Thursday at I I
danger of their fighting each other. on my stomach"write Mrs. H Anderson! of 7 p. m.Visitors. I 1 55 ANNIE ZLQTTI f l
South MRS
Britain. New Haven Cu. ConnVasho +
----- weak that I went to bed on the 2'th of June and are always welcome.W. I
never got up till the first of August. I tried J. Williams, Pastor. !
The skeletons of Narvaez and twen- 's NEWARK
different doctor. hut with little |cnent. I read .
ty-five of his companions who Invaded about many bring helped bv using your medicine -
Florida three and three quarter so I thought I would jive it a trial. 1 1)- Presbyterian Church g 1 JfJA q
to take your Favorite Prescription' in Xven <.,-
centuries ago. have been found in gau 1r, and I had a nite little babgirl in Preaching at 11 a. m. 'and 7:30 p. m. .

Western Texas. February following. My baby weighed over by the pastor. t \ I : / ,
-. -- -- eight pound... I was only ill for about one hour Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m., C. M. ,
and got along.jncelv during C"fint'.1t'ut.'aJ* \1
If the foolklller should get in Brown, superintendent.
ever up and dreosed on the t'iwhth.lay.; I never h.dthe '\ --
the full measure of his work-as issometimes doctor with me at all; just the nurse and one Prayer meeting at 7 p. m., Wednes I -
or two friendiv friend thought; I was sick avery welcome. So many housewives suffer from ner- Miss Annie
foreboded with a fearful child day. Strangers Zlott,72 Livingston street, Mrs. Anna Roes, 2813 North Fifth
short tune Thi" make ray !ecoud
and mysterious joy by our esteemed With the fir.-t .she I did not take' Favorite Prescription John Gordon Law, Pastor. vous depression due to catarrhal weak- Newark,N.J., took Peruna for extreme street, Philadelphia, Pa. writes:

contemporary the Banner-it. is not / The little one lived jU..1 about two ness peculiar to their sex, and suffer on nervousness. She says: "I was very ill "Four weeks ago I believed I bad
months. and shy lick all the time. Thu
likely that there would be left aliveon last baby i U as plump wa and healthy as any mother Grace Episcopal Church year after year,not knowing what their and thought I would die. I had a terrible consumption; I took a severe cold, And
the face of the earth any human could wi-h." ailment is. Mrs. Mary Cook, of Pitts- headache and head swam I
my ;
the editor of afore Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipation. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. although for the first few days the mu
being except our ford,X. Y.,suffered for six years before thought I would never get well I
and at 7:30 p. m. except on second and ; In throat
said esteemed contemporary. cus my and chest was loose,
she learned of Peruna. :Mr
*Cook re- seemed t6 have a great complication
fourth Sundays. Afternoon servicesat gf
-- -- --- i cently wrote the letter \I It finally became so bad that. I had .
j following to Dr. diseases and medicines but
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIRA General "Tige" Anderson one of the Orange Lake on second and at Pan- I they I
bravest of the Southern brigadiers asoffkee on fourth Sundays. Hartman: did me no good."Finally ficulty la breathing.Pain .

Pleasant Lemon. Tonic died at his home in Anniston, Ala., Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. "7 was not well for six years, paid in the shoulder followed. A* I
F't iday. Seats free and all are welcome.C. I gave up and thought I had placed my confidence in you and

For biliousness, constipation .and ap -- -- ------- M. Gray Rector. many doctor bills, but never improvedvery i would wait for my end. One day 1 Peruna,I followed your directions strict

pendicitis.For BLOWN TO ATOMS much. 1 gave up hopes of ever happened to'pick up one of your books. ly, and Improved from day to day, and
sick and
indigestion, nervous:
Christian Church recovering. I read of other women who were near am now well again."
headache.For .
sleeplessness and Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. H.. C. "Finally, I wrote to Dr. Hartman, death and had been cured by Peruna, : Most women feel the need of a tonic

heart failure. nervousness The old idea that the body sometimes Groves, superintendent. and I am thankful to say that I, am so I thought I would try it. to counteract the debilitating effects oi

needs a powerful, drastic, purgative Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject, now well, through his good advice summer weather. Perunaissuch
For chills
fever, debility and kidneydiseases "I took arena-
a of bottles and
take Lemon Elixir. pill has been exploded; for Dr. "The Easter Message and the Resurrection and medicine. I am gaining in flesh couple began edy. It cures all catarrhal condition
of Our Bodies." to feel b tter. I continued Its use
Ladies, for natural and thorough organic (King's New Life Pills, which are perfectly and feel young again. I was very whether it beweaknessnervousdeprea-
Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Subject, emaciated, but now childrenare until now I am a well woman. I praise
regulation take Lemon Elixir. harmless, gently stimulate liver my own slon or summer catarrh. For a free bookon

Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir is pre- and bowels to expel poisonous matter 23:21."Gnats: and Camels. Text Matt. .. surprised in the great change in me Peruna highly and wish other women jl jlI summer catarrh,address The Perona
pared from the fresh juice of lemons When visit Ines" J would "
combined with other vegetable liver Tease the system and absolutely cure Junior Band at 3 p. m. I i they I use It. _.., Medicine Co., Columbus, ,Ohio. 9
Y. P. S. C. E. 4 m.liss I
tonics, and will not fair you in any of: Constipation and Sick Headache. p. Da-

the above named diseases. 50c. and Only 2.:.c. at the Postoffice Drugstore. kin. leader.
$1 bottles at druggists. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.The THE VERY
public is cordially! invited.W. LATEST
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta -- -
Ga. PROFESSIONAL CARDS H. Coleman, Minister.

At the CapitolI St. James Episcopal Church
am in my seventy-third year, and R. D. FULLER Sunday school, 10 a. m. M. Fishel Ocala FIaa

for fifty years I have been a great suf-- DENTIST Morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. ,

ferer from indigestion!: constipation m.

and biliousness. I have tried all the Office Over Munroe & Chambliss Bank Even song and sermon, 7:30: p. m. We Cater to 110 Particular Class

remedies advertised for these diseases Communion first Sunday at 11 a. m

and got no permanent relief. About OCALA, FLA. Other Sundays but second at 7:30.

one year ago, the disease assuming a Week days: Wednesday, litany at But Welcome All Large

more severe and! dangerous form, I J. E. CHACE 8 a. m.; Friday even song and instruc- '

became very weak, and lost flesh rap- tion, 7:30 p. m.; saints' days, 8 a, m.

Idly. I commenced using Dr. Mozley's DENTAL SURGEON A. G. Coombs, and Small. :

Lemon Elixir. I gained twelve pound Priest in Charge. I .
in three months. My strength and Office Upstairs Commercial Bank Bldg

health my appetite and my digestionwere STRIKES A RICH FIND .
I Ocala, Fla. CRY GOODS '
perfectly restored, and now I ,
feel as young and vigorous as I ever TERMS CASH
"I was troubled for several Our .
years Spring
did in life. L. J. Alldred.
my -- ----
Doorkeeper Georgia State Senate. with chronic indigestion and nervous BOYS AND CHILDREN'S SUITS

State Capitol, Atlanta, Ga.Mozley's FOR SALE OR RENT debility." writes F. J. Green of Lancaster DOMESTICS .

-- Desirable residences and cottages indifferent N. H. "No remedy helped me
Lemon ElixirIs Goods
parts of the city almost any until I began using Electric Bitters,
the best medicine I used GOODS
very ever size or style desired, for rent, and will which did me more good than all the
for the diseases you recommend it for.
and I have used many kinds for wo- sell on most advantageous terms. medicines I ever used. They have also BOYS KNEE PANTS
Have you property to rent, or do you
man's Mrs. S. A. Gresham. kept my wife in excellent health for NOTIONS In Daily.
lesire to rent propertyIn either case
Salem, N. C.Mozley's ,
ipply to S. D. Moody, in city building. years. She says Electric Bitters are

Lemon Hot Drops ------ just splendid.for female troubles; that : MEN AND BOYS' PEARL MADRAS,

Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. : they are a grand tonic and invigorator WHITE GOODS SILK AND LINEN SHIRT
Sore Throat. Bronchitis Hemorrhage. : LALEXANDERPractical for weak, run down women. No Come and Inspect t
and all throat and lung diseases. Elegant
other medicine can take its place in
25c. at druggists. Prepared only by our family." Try them. Only 50c.

Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta. Ga. I CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful office Satisfaction Drugstore.guaranteed by the Post- Same. .

FOR .SALE estimates made on all contract
I II I work. Gives more and better LETTUCE

Lot in 2d ward, size 171 feet north : work for the money than any other RIBBONS
and south :210 feet east and west; one man in town. 1000) fine heads of Lettuce for sale. M. Fishel.MEN'S HATSCHILDREN'S

two story house six rooms; and one : % tJ Apply at Tydings & Co. .

one-story house. Grapes and fruit
trees. Beautiful flower yard. Good J J. A. COLYER & BROTHER .1 WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC. TABLE LINEN HATS

well of water. Cheap for cash. Foi

further particulars apply to J. D. Wil- We have the most complete stock of

Hams Lock Box 883, Ocala Fla. SUITS FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, etc., in LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS
the centra part of the state, and our

You cannot enjoy perfect health. Material Unequalled for the Price facilities for supplying your wants are
second to none. We make a specialtyof
rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes if your
liver is sluggish and your bowelsclogged. CLEANING, DYEING ANO REPAIR
DeWitfs Little Early Risers including heavy wagons, of which we ,
---- -
: ING NEATLY DONE have a big stock harness, etc. All
cleanse the whole
system. They never'
gripe. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. : --- kinds of fancy, light vehicles, harness, FORT NOTICE OF SPECIAL, MASTER'S

Spring in Great for saldles, robes, whips, etc. Call or I SALE
-- -- ----- Samples Variety
SPRING SUITS Inspection write us for prices. Spring: : Goods
Standley, Cranford & Co., Under and by virtue of a final decree -

See the latest novelty the up to BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEYIN Ocala, Fla. GO TO- of foreclosure rendered on the

date Prius or Diamond Vest, at J. A. TOWN 21st day of September, A. D. 1900, by
"STICK TO IT" the lion William A. Hocker, Judge of
Colyer & Bro.'s, next door to Geo. K.
Hobinsou the cotton buyer. Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike NASH'SSTOREEverything the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court of
Geo. L. Heard of High Tower Georgia I Florida in and for the county or Marion -

NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET writes: "Eczema broke out on I I in chancery in a certain cause
V. B. Conklin. Bowersville. 0., says: baby, his entire then
my covering body. I i pending in.the said court wherein -
"I received more benefit from Foley'sKidney Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the Under treatment of our family physician L. A. Finch, as administratrix of
Cure than from months of New and to Date.THE
Cotton he he could Up the
BuyerP. got worse as not estate of Oliver G. Finch, de-
treatment by physicians. AntiMonopoly sleep for the burning and itching. We ceased, was complainant, and Henry
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Drugstore. I used a box of 'Banner Salve' on him OLD RELIABLE KEEPS UP WITH THE PROCESSION/ NOT A B. King and others were the defend'

--- and by the time it was gone he was LITTLE AHEAD ants, I, the undersigned Special Master -

FOR RENT-A BARGAINA well. The doctor, seeing it was curing named and appointed in the said

him said. 'Stick to it, for it is doing You Always Get Your Money's Worthin decree to execute the 'same, will on
newly painted and
freshly papered adalDyspepsia him more good than anything I have Monday, 6th day of May, A. D. 1901,
house of eight rooms and bath. Large done for him.: Anti-Monopoly Drug- Good Solid Goods. I In front of the south door of the court
lot and everything in
good repair.
store. house in the city of Ocala, Florida in
Corner South Second and Pine streets .
the said county of Marion between
Address .Box SSI. Ocala. Fla. Cure FOR RENT COME AND SEE ME i the hours of eleven o'clock in the fore-

noon and two o'clock in the afternoonon
NURSE WANTS A POSITIONAn A six room house with bath and : :: G. A. N AS H :: the said day, offer and expose for

.. Digests what you eat. kitchen on Earl street. No. 161. Buck- sale and will sell to the highest ,and
experienced nurse wants a position. .
---- best bidder for cash the mortgagedpropf'rty
alew Heights.i One with stable
for the It arts the food and acre
summer, to go North or ficially digests jiids
in the said decree
and poultry yard. Possession 6.
to travel with a private family. Best Nature in strengthening and reconstructing
Apply to Mrs. M. E. McConnell follows to-wit: One roan horse
or toW
of references can be given Apply at the exhausted digestive or "
K. McDonald with the Ocala named "Dexter, about eight years
this oflice. gans. It is the latest discovered! digest- I OCAlA LUMBER "
old one sorrel horse named "Bob,
Printing Co. ;
ant and tonic. No other
preparationcan I IB
about eight years old 1; one bay horse
approach it in efficiency. It instantly
LADIES' TONSORIAL WORK named "Lee," about five years old; or
relieves and CANDY CATMAii1+C :
permanently cures AT ALL TIMES PREPARED Tt ) FURNISH ROUGH OR so much thereof as will be sufficientto
Ladies; wishing their hairpooed fhi1Jn- Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, pay the said decree with costs of
Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea LUMBER[ : IN ANY ( DESIRED
or singed can have aamdone i PLANED! QUANTITY suit. Raymond B. Bullock_

at their homes by notifying J. J. Webber Sick Ileadaclie.Gastralgia.Cramp'J' and W. S. Bullock, Special Master.
of the Ocala House Barbershop; all other results of imperfect digestion. 10*. ui Complainant's otlcltor.Foley's .

who will call and-do the work. Price SO c.and SI. Large size contains 24 times IS*. We. n ltw.Genuine If in need of anything (in our line, write to or call on us. Factory opposite
-- small size.Book all aboutdyspepsia mailed f refPrepared stamped C. C. C. Never sold In bulk.
by E. C. DeWITT A CO.. Chicago. Plant System depot. Mill near Montague. Honey and Tar
Lost-A physicians visiting list. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell

PJease leave at this office f 1 reward. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Ocala, Fla. ".omcU ns }just AS$ood." OCALA LUMBER COMPANY. heals lungs and stops the ccufbt


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COFFEEJND Combination of the Greatest Patent Leather Shoe EDWARDS BROTHERS
Election Has Not Been Called Yet and )4.
CHASE & SANBORN'S Under ConsiderationFourAlready
-THATWon't Will Not Be Held Until Some
Time in May
IN TWO POUND TINS New York, April The Evening Break Thro'I j

-AlsoFORMOSAOOLONGCEYLON- Journal to combine asserts all the that great a plan railway is on foot sys- statement evening Editor that Star in the the: Please election Star of correct for Thursday enlarg-the Leading Wholesale & Retail ButchersWESTERN :1

tems of the United States. Each road SUCH ARE THEMONARCH
AND ing the Ocala
subdistrict will take
ENGLISH IQ is to preserve its identity, but the new place on the 9th of April. The election MEATS, FISH AND CEDAR KEY OYSTERS RECEIVED j
BREAKFAST TEASIn company will control the affairs of all.
PATS has not been called EVERY DAY
The yet. The petition
Half-Pound ,and Pound steel corporation would be a baby I
Packages .. trust in comparison. as signed and published is to be I
i presented to the Board of Public Instruction CHOICE
The Southern the Cincinnati South. FLORIDA MEATS
TETLEY'S TEAS ern, the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day FOR MEN on the 9th of April, only I asking fiI
tom' ton and the Chicago, Indianapolis and the board to call an election. The Celery and All Other Vegetables in Season 9
election will
not take place until
\1'\ Louisville are reported to have al- NEW STYLISH, DRESSY SHAPES, in sometime FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 103
Sold Only in Packages ready joined forces."BROWN'S May and notice of salt* will ,
HIGH AND LOW CUTS be published four weeks before such -- .
an election can take place.
IN TOWN" Respectfully. "'. D. Cam. -
The "Brown's in Town"
company arrived TO BREAK OR CRACK ,
) today and will exhibit at the i ", -
opera house tonight. The farce : .i;, i
is by
rh E1
Mark Swan and is written in the author's Price 84.00 I 'jfItil! ..\ Frame all i metal, light and durable. .
happiest vein with the view )f ;

what the public likes.. It abounds in :1JI1 f' Also mosquito canopies
sparkling music, pretty dances and SOLD ONLY .BY : : J

We Have It in One-Quarter, One-Half start repartee to finish.and goes The with company a laugh is! from spo J. M. NEELY I 7f,ra .. ,.,, :+ { in all grades atc -

and One-Pound Packages ken of highly wherever it has been, :
and is composed of only the best tal OCALA. FLA. : : ". i
\ McIYER & .MacK11Y'S.NoTIiF
ent. Among them are E. Ebner, Man -- _F _- .
GERMAN EIER NOODLESAt ny Ward, Jessie Mai! Hall, Maude Ql .
10 Knowlton George Welch, Chas. Ham, ADJOURNED l JI
Cents -
a Package Ed i the Well and others.
Circuit court adjourned Thursday,
the 3d. The docket was cleaned
BASTINE AND SAUER'S PURE or the cases continued for the term.up : : OF

EXTRACTSAT There several was terms.less business done than for hN; ,rUrpM REMOVAL.I .


PRETTY MILLINERY The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, q gift box of of more our selected than ordinary confectioners qualityIs : have moved into the store lately] occupiedby 11

se? as the best in the world, extends It is Full of Good QualityIt the John McCarthy .Store and hope to
Mrs Tompkins is displaying some J round! the earth. It's the one perfecthealer ,
of the most beautiful pattern hats direct = Is made to appeal to the palate
of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, get a share of the of friends
from the milliners of the French L.W. and benefit the system. ,It's a better ]patronage my
Boils, Ulcers, Felons,
capital that have
ever delighted the 1
eyes of the critical Ocala public. In & -" Aches, Pains and all Skin Eruptions. gift for Easter than fashionable flow and the public in general for Gents' Fur-

addition to the imported goods, Mrs ,i -a=: RbJ faJ/; Only infallible Pile cure. 25: a boi ers, and we know how well it pleases' ,

fill Tompkins domestic has productions a fine stock, in of all hautl-prices ,/ at the Postoffice Drugstore.FOR Many Easter T. novelties W. TROXLER here, too. nishing Goods, Clothing, Hats and Shoes;

and and ladies.trimmings The,ladies for children of Ocala, misses should RENT also Dry Goods and Notions, Ladies 'and 3

see her stock while the Easter opening FORTY ACRE FARM Children's
is in progress. Store in the :Masonic building, occupied Hats. Respectfully,
WITHIN THE RANGEOf by Chas. Peyser.' Inquire for Improved. Good land. Cheap for ,

everyone, the price of the particulars at store. 4 cash. Inquire at this office. R. FROST.

Stoves, Ranges and Heaters

W e offer secures more value than was / A
ever before sold at such figures. SPECIAL ARAiT1ONLIIIAT
Designed and constructed on new I }
principlesthey give great heat froma ., LUMBER FOR SALE

small quantity of fuel. Handsome '-- ---
in appearance and of great strength. ;
Our $- Range is a model of com
tj v .} s 1 pactness. RHEINAOER'S' DRY GOODS
,,, a HOUSE Air-dried
4 tfA y4s A L. OCALA FURNITURE CO. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding; $II per thousand,

\ f. o. b. Ocala. All kinds of Bill stuff cut to order.

Crate Material
Cantaloupe .
opened an immense crate of pretty and Cabbage Crates a Specialty.
decorated English porcelain in old a }bit early, perhaps, to buy them, but you must not overlook the fact
gold decorations, with gold trimmed that it's only early in season that assortments are complete. We'll have
DO YOU LIKE ICE CREAM? margins or borders. The very new and pretty things throughout the spring, true enough, but hardly as Seymour & Smith
Do you like it made of pure rich pretty, and the pattern and decoration many syles to choose from as now. We mention out of hundreds: ,

country cream by the most ptr fee t: is entirely new. The goods are in Plain White Swiss Mull, upward from . . . .. .. .. .. .. .12%
apparatus and in absolutely clean j complete sets and will be sold as suchor Plain White Dimities, upward from. . .. . . .. . ... .r 12* OOals. F1or1da. ,
rooms! ? by the single piece or as many Plain White Organdies, upward from. .. . . . . .. .. ..?..12t,4 .
\iso, you will like our Ice Cream. pieces as one desires. The goods were Plain White Persian Mulls, upward from . . ... ..... ... . .. 19
The production] of this delicious bought so that they can be sold at Plain White Dotted Swisses, upward from . .. .... ... .... 15 EASTER
cream is a matter which demands and prices heretofore impossible in Ocala. Plain White Dotted Swisses, upward from ... ... .0 .. .... 15 HATS !
receives our best skill and attention Plain White French Nainsooks, upward from ,. .. .. .....:.. .... 39 -. -
Its exquisite flavor will be highly appreciated. FRESH COUNTRY BUTTERWe Plain White India Linens, upward from . .. . . ... .. .. 10 9
Plain White French Lawns, upward' from ,. . .. .. .. ...... .. ... 40 The of the
6 Opening Season Marks the
DAME, the Cream Man have made arrangements witha
big Georgia dairy to supply us with -AI soUL -

fresh country creamery butter, which Finest Display of
CHICKEN EATING SWINE we will keep on hand, in our refrigerator ') COTTON DRESS GOODS *
at 25 cents a pound. Telephone
There are one or more chicken eating 37., Carmichael Son Co. In a large and select assortment of th e latest and Most Beautiful Weaves Imported French Patterns .
hogs running at large in the second and Colorings at very attractive prices on sale in Colored Dress Goods De ,
ward. Several citizens have had B. G. I. GOLF GOODS partment. RHEINAUER & COMPANY

from half a dozen to twenty little "
u U h in Ladies' Hats offered
---- ------ ever for sale in
chickens eaten by the brutes. Efforts We have received -- ------- ---
a completeline
have been made to kill them by irate They Work While You '
husbands of housewives who have had of Golf Goods, of Bridgeport Gun the city. From Monday 1st to Satur-

their spring broods ruthlessly consumed Implement Company's manufacture. While your mind and body rest Cas- yGY (k/
but so far unavailingly. Your inspection invited.. carets Candy Cathartic repair your x ii wSa+l ; day 6th for Easter Styles. The ladies

--------- Ocala Music Co digestion, your liver, your bowels,
WHF.N TRAVELING put them in perfect order. Genuine desiring elegant styles and French Art

Whether on pleasure bent or business, tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold
in Hats
OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP should call early and
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup I nbulk. All druggists, ice. secure

of effectually Figs, as it on acts the mot kidneys pleasantly, liver and and The Ocala House Barber Shop, located /ft T41'yc'VI the choicest in Millinery Art. From
bowels in the middle of the front of the YELLOW FELLOWWe
other preventing forms of sickness.fevers, headachesand For sale hotel, offers the best service in its -- Monday 1st to 6th for Easter and Sum-
line of place in the have just received samples of !
any city. Competent
in f>0 cent bottles by all leading drug
and skilled workmen and the Stearns and Syracuse bicycles.
gists. Manufactured' by the California courteous i mer Hats. Respectfully
treatment Geo. F. Williams, Ocala Music Co. j ,
Fig Syrup Co. only. I.

r- Proprietor.. BEST WAY TO CURE-BACKACHE'; A4\\ '
Backaches are caused by disorder in ;
\ .,.._..0_..,. the kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure will :
-- 0-- Ocala House
'0- make the kidneys right. Take no sub- RELIABLE REPAIRING wr t'O .... '<....,.' .. ....". .A...:.<.II 4' .A: ,... ,. 'L'GJ'f'A. ..L. .. <<4'if.t.. ..J: .? .
r. v .4 "t:' : .. ,
J. W. Conner, W. H. Clearman New : 1" "'?.is: .1: !A>-* T.""
stitute. Anti-:\fonopoy] Drugstore. I Our shop has become the most noted
York: Mrs. S. W. Hopper J. W. Boa-
man New York; T. E. Coggins, Cincinnati ---- I wheel sanatarium in the city. Havinga Commercial Bank
WAR STAMPS CLOCKSA corps of expert repairers, a complete : .
; Sidney Herbert and wife, Atlanta ,
is effected in .
beautiful line of Clocks cure every case.
l ; Edwin Aluskey Atlanta; Robert just re- : .4
ceived. Ocala Music Co. i: BICYCLE REPAIRING Branch of
G. Cabell, Jr., Richmond. Ya.n.; I I .i
A. Thrasher Gainesville; C. C. Thomas Is our specialty. All work is done In COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVI LLE :

Will he used 1 as heretofore Gainesville; Isaac S. Levy, Savannah Save Your { '! !a skillful and satisfactory manner.; :f
; S. P. Seals, Waycross, Ga.; C. E. Ygeta)1esc No detail of a job is overlooked. Nothing CAPITAL $50.000.00. :
until July 1st. Brown, Highlands, New York; J. A. slighted. These items will indicate -. ,

Regulations will l he Johnson, Lakeland, Fla.Montezuma HotelH. JUNE gi1DN'N '' eD'e' e 1 II II!I OCALA how prices BICYCLE run. COMPANY i Does a General Banking Business. Deposits g:

provided( by the U. S. Iu6' SIWWw rAWtN9iM Montezuma Block, Ocala, Fla. Received. Loans made. Exchange
L. Anderson, S. A.
Standley. A.
Government to redeem R. Toph, Nathan Ottensosser, C. H. I Bought and Sold. .

all unusedstamps Breedlove. G. C. Pasteur city; D. A. CORN pT 0 ti 1 :: tasace I]; CITRA r --c.r.' .,f ,.l;>>" ; ,.., .,
band Clark Martel: B. R. Hinson Rock MOTH P 28 / MOiN f ] .! 1tM .. r r f t1.2 J d v*&r"f-T %gS5g '''; .
'on .
: ;
Springs; W. L. Long and wife, Homosa 1700 I j! The forty acre tangerine grove ..... ,
that time 0 <*sa; H. W. Meeker Homosassa; J. GR9tUI owned by L. S. Brooks of Maynard
C. Venters. Jr., Palatka; P.V.. Johnson CUT i j Mass., is showing considerable bloom

South Carolina; Mrs. D. E. Martin cc,,:; "MORNN .. I I j'IZ Ii and the prospect is that Citra will i Florida and Western Meat
[exuog; &; ClIAMIlLISS, Miss B. Willy, Fort White; W. T. .C1I. again take the lead in the orange bus-
Miller Plant System: L. C. Lang, Dexter i iness.
; J. A. Smith Leesburg; V. ,C. -"- i! Mr. MoAlister, who had the misfortune -

Bankers Ocala( Fla. Peeper' Daytona. to get his leg broken, is recover- BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL FISH, POULTRY, SAUSAGE, VEGETA
{ j in? rapidly under Dr. Goddard's careful BLES and EGGS
-- QTR'l'r !* treatment. t
DON'T and Necessity the Mother .of Invention j -
-Tth.t.4.-----. SMOKE Everything Good in the Market Lint
""'f-' YourLifeaway! We tried to kill the worms-they THE MOST STUBBORN COUGHS
You can be cured of any form of tobacco using proved too We .
catch the
many. now
Resulting from
easily be made well, strong, magnetic, full of an attack ofsla grippe
new life and vigor by taking NO'TQBAO, parent moths and bugs, all of which or heavy cold must yield to the wonderful CUSTOMERS ASSURED THE BEST OF TREATMENT
that makes weak men strong. Many gain fly at night ![ healing properties of Foley'ar.
ten pounds in ten days. Over SOD;0 0 0 .
cured. All druggist Cure Agents wanted in every county. Fo Honey and Tar, which strengthens the J.W.DAVTSTELEPHONE .
If you need a spring suit see J. A. let and aJvice FR*;F. Address guaranteed.STERLING Book agency and traps address ,( lungs and makes them sound. A .
Colyer & Bro.'s samples I REMEDY CO., Chicago or New York. 437 J. B. Sutton, State Agt., Ocala, Fla.' Monopoly Druf storer 78 CITY MARKET4
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Editor Star I desire to take issue ." ., ,-,. .,. '-" .-A". ,

I with the report of Blind Tom's recitalin N -'";<./':,;_At'h"'C
issue of the 4th. I do not -
your poseas
.... ..
".b..v" been u.lnc"c.ln: :rs for >-
Inxomnia, with which I have tK-en afflicted for the champion of the negro, nor am <- '. .. ,_;:.>-...- .. 1
over twenty rearM and I can say that Cal>('arets I I hunting for chips to knock from any .>.tIt tL \
have given me more relief tban; any other: remedy one's shoulder on the account of adverse .r ; :
1 have ever tried. I Mall certainly recommend -
them to my friends an being all they are. statements concerning him for :
represented." THUS. HIILAIID. fIJ'ln.llL this; would be a task to which I am a

not equal. I will hay, however that
CANDY the large majority of the "few negroes" -

CATHARTIC that composed a part of the
audience on the night of the 3d in-

stant were as cppable and did appre-
ciate the execution pf Gottschalk's
"Last Hope" Lizst's Rigoletto" fan.tasie -
reAOt ntA1t11 ItulsYisca
or the March Delta Kappa Epsilon -

I as much as any audience before SAcARILAt.PURIr1tR.J!
which Blind Tom has appeared or

Pleaianfy: 1'alaial.J IWnt Ta"lt" Gtrd. no may appear. Among the "few ne
Gou1.NecCrSicken.Weaken.or (iril.e.i Ilk',2.e,We. groes" were those who could not only
... CURE. CONSTIPATION. ... appreciate the excellent and inspiring
-1/,11., II.. (_- ,..,' rendition of nature's prodigy. Bliu-l

j 11o.TO.I.I. Kitalo Jld II lid<:trimraiilwd; I,? alldrugl'UKTol.acco labl&.- I', Tom, but who are well able to ntor-
t tain any audience from tha produ

tions of Weber, Beethoven LIszt .

BASKETSThe I Gottschalk, Rossini or any of the oth
er famous composers. One would infer

Ocala News Company has just from the tenor of the article that :

opened a line of market baskets, the "few negroes" could only appreciate A PERFECT
waste! paper baskets and covered the rag time cake walk music

lunch baskets in four sizes. t,I that might fall from the discordant
notes of an untuned banjo in the

GIVEN UP TO DIE WITH CROUP hands of an unskilled -perrormer.I SOLD BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA.stitutions '.
Three of the best universities and two
Mrs. P. I. Cordier, of Mannington, 'I I i __
of the best colleges in the Uni'id ----- r.
Ky., writes: "My three year old girl ; I
States for the higher education of the we represent a therefore
had a severe case of croup the doctor negro, where a high standard of musicis desire to register our protest against
said she could not live and I her McIVER MacKAY
gave sought and maintained at all times, it, if so intended, or correct the mistake -
to die. I went to the store and gota
were represented by those "few ne- if otherwise that justice may (oe
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar; the gioes." We think the account, as reported done a "few negroes" who can and do

first dose gave quick relief and saved a reflection on us and the ins admire, appreciate and endeavor to
her life,11 AntI Monopoly Drugstore Furniture Dealers of
: i I t I promote the beautiful in music anJ Leading

----- wherever else it is found. .

-.. Respectfully yours.Chas., H. Stewart. Central and South FloridaOUR


Death of Mrs.Keep Old and Valued


Family Medicines Mclntosh April 4-Mrs. Mary E.
Keep, aged seventy-one years, widowof
. For Coughs, Colds,Grip, or the late Captain Calvin W. Keep,
Honey. died at the of her
"Cold" in ANY PART of body. home daughter.Mrs.
John S. Allen, on Friday night, at .
('or. .*s, :Mich..Sept.,1900.-: 11-30: o'clock, having been ill with
For a whole year 1 could do no work and pneumonia for several days.
and Backache walkt'd only by holding ou to a chair. I doctored IN ADDITION TO FURNITURE, WE HAVE THE FAMOUS STANDARD' SEWING MACHINE, WHICH
Kidney : with fourdinVrvut physicians but re- Four of her children, Mrs. Bowles *.
relveduorelief. The UM of two bottles of of New York, Mrs. Hopkins of Orange *
Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backache Cure LEADS ALL OTHERS. CALL AND INSPECT THEM. \ ,
CURE. i Lake, B. B. Keep and Mrs. Allen
gave me a perfect'ure. J. M. )ld s>EY.
____ I were at her bedside. Her eldest
GENEVA, Crawford Co., Pa..Juno 18 1900. daughter, Mrs. Benedict of New Orleans -
Three I had a severe attack of Harness Et
Blood and Liver i Erysipelas years and ago bllllllllt >nn, bicakiug out on having been delayed on the Wagons Buggies .
i my'head and fare. My, physician attended way. arrived too late to see her mqth- ,
me for M.'n'rallllo/ltlu without result. I then alive.
took 3 bottle of Dr. Fenner's Blood and er
Remedy and Nerve Tonic Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic anil secured After funeral services in the Episco- WE HAVE THE ONLY UP TO DATE STOCK OF WAGONS, BUGGIES AND SUPPLIES FOR SAME,

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Great Blood Cleansing Remedy for Spring. .Ky..Sept.7. 1900. beside the grave of her distinguished PER. PAINTS AND OILS. .. I
:Headaches,ConsUpation"Tired," Nervous. My wife has sutreml long with dyspepsia. husband, in Oak Lawn Cemetery on
[ tried all of preparations and all Sunday.The .
finally prescritwd Dr. Fenner's DyspepsiaCure i friends of Mrs. Keep came in if -

and the use of it effected a cme. Many I such numbers as to form the largest WRITE TO OR CALL ON '
Dyspepsia Cure,",other similar cases that hoe come under my I funeral procession ever known in thc; ,
!ulM'r'.atlllll have been' cured by his I>ysCure. ,
I ')I.'I)>,I\. Dr. T.J. LF.UAXCOOP._ section. The services were conducted p .
.I| :My Dear Dr. Tenner. Tiedonia, X. Y. by the recor of the Episcopal MclvER AND MACKA.Y OCALA FLORIDA ..;
.II 1 I have used Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief for church of Ocala, Mr. Gray. Frank G. ,.
!I 1 for the diseases and accidentsfor I I Sampson W. H. Smith W. G. Nors- '
It i< 1Iln'rtld and have found it
fully equal to all you claim for it. worthy, Roman Daigre, W. R. Baker I .
J. BOYD ESPY, and Enoch Bowles were the pall bearers I
Golden Relief Elder M. E. Church.
The floral tributes were many SHERIFF'S SALE
Used for Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Old Sores, and beautiful. ', i .
Sprains, Colds, Grip, Throat, Colic, I Under and by virtue of an execution
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Dysentery, Bowel Troubles, it is unfailing. I t issued out of and under the seal of the '
---- ----- ---- -- OCKLAWAHA
.tkronOhio.Jan.t.WM. Circuit Court in and for Osceola coun

St. Vitiis'I t Dance DrM"\\"..JI have.}'ENN MiM ER. ,many Fmlonm doxviis,S. Y.of jour St. ,"ftu!>' Dance Nashville Visitor Has a Narrow Es. ty. Fla., dated December 22d,:1900, Ina
SMf-ale ald evt ry a Me inll here:" EVCL4KK IHM'U CO from /
cape Drowning gage Dank of Florida Lt of England,
,Ask your druggist for Almanac for 1901 containing descriptions of the Remedies and E
is plaintiff, and Florida Finance Company
Certificates of the most remarkable cures ever achieved by medicine. Ocklawaha, April 4.-J. T. Carson, .* r 1 ,
a wholesale furniture dealer of Nash p, (' r' is defendant, I have levied on
For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores ville. Tenn., had a narrow escape from iti and will, on

drowning on the lake yesterday. He Monday, May 6th, 1901,
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was returning from a fishing trip to The same being a legal sales day, and
Lemon Island. When about three during the legal hours of sale, offer
miles from land a terrific storm arose, for sale at the court house door In
What is this ft1an Good For?
0 with waves running ten feet high, i ti f. Ocala, Florida, and sell to the highestand
which soon capsized his boat, throw best bidder, for cash, the following .
0c ing him into the lake, but fortunatelyhe real estate in Marion county, Flor-

As never lost hold of the boat, and FOR SALE BY A. BROWN & BRO., OCALA, FLA. ida, to-wit: East half of northwest
w He.Is-NOTHING after hours of lashing and whirling quarter of northwest quarter of south-

about drifted to shore with Mr. Car west quarter of section 31, township

As tie might be-MUCH son about exhausted. A lifesavingcrew 14 south, range 23 east; east half of

mostly composed of ladies, had Potter Wall noitheast quarter of northeast quarterand

( r He is a nervous wreck. His life ii been formed with ropes, boats and Paper Agency east half of southeast quarter of

T' a burden to himself, and his presence brandy flasks which soon had him northeast quarter of section 8, town
a dread to his family and friends. ashore and revived, none the worse ship 15 south, range 20 east; south-

r His irritability is ruining for his terrible.experience, except the Wall Papers and Decorations west quarter of northeast quarter*and
5. j"Jt"- his business, and his con loss of about ten dollar worth of fine northeast quarter of southwest quarter :-
/ ._ fishing tackle. and north half of, southeast quar
s-- ,
,. real and imaginary arc Mr. Gates, of Ocala, has been on ter of section 3, township 15 south,
driving him into, the the lake making arrangements to stat t PLAIN, FANCY AND GILT M OULDINGS, 5 CENTS A FOOT range 21 east; south half of northeast

grave. This unhappy an extensive chicken farm on his land BORDER, CEILING AND SIDE WALL PAPERS AT ONE PRICE EACH; quarter except 30 acres heretofore

man is only one oi recently purchased. That is, For a Ten-Cent Ceiling and Wall, We Offer the Border to Match at conveyed in section 21, township 15
Mrs. Charles Clements'is spending south range 21 east; southwest quarter -
a million in America.If .
Ten Cents Roll of Yards. Other Grades at Same Rate.
there were no relief a few days with friends in Ocala. of northwest quarter of section
r- for their condition Office No.30th S. Magnolia St.. OCALA. FLA. R. A. HALL. Agent 22, township 15 south, range 21 east;

they might indeed CAUGHT A DREADFUL COLD south half of northeast quarter of
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pray for death.DutNervousnes 1.1 --- -- -.--- ----- southwest quarter of section 22, town
anita :Marion Kooke, manager for T. ship 15 south, range 22 east; east half
morbid horrors Thompson a large importer of fine of southeast quarter of southwest

are vanishing before millinery at 1658 Milwaukee avenue, quarter of section 22, township 15
,- the marvelous work Chicago says: "During the late severe south, range 22 east; that part of

of advanced science. weather I caught a dreadful cold, u r flaiIauDIRECT north half of northwest quarter lying
which kept me awake at night and north of railroad, in section 33, town-

P. P. P. made me unfit to attend my work dur- ship 15 south, range 22 east; north
a ing theday. One of my milliners was half of northwest quarter except five

(Llppman'e Great Remedy) overcomes at once the acute symptoms of taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedyfor acres in southwest corner, deeded for
every form of Nervous Derangement and soon makes the patient robust a severe cold at that time, which cemetery, section 28,* township 16
and ambitious. P. P. P. is the best combination of green roots and seemed to relieve her so quickly thatI I LINE AND QUICK TIME. TO south, range 22 east; lot C, block 6,

barks that was ever put together fur the cure of Weakness, General bought some for myself. It acted ) WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, CINCIN Highland Park addition dunnellon, recorded -
Debility and Nervousness. It is a good tonic and the best Blood PurifierIn like magic and I began to improve at \ in plat book "B," page 313, be-

the world. P. P. P. is Nature's specific for Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, once. I am now entirely well and NATI, LOUISVILLE, ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS, CHAT ing in southwest quarter of northwest
Catarrh, Malaria and all fofms of Blood Poison and Scrofula, whether feel very pleased to acknowledge its quarter of section 25, township 16
in adults or children. merits." For sale by the AntiMonopoly TANOOGA, ST. LOUIS, and KANSAS CITY, south, range 18 east; east third of

S P. P. P. is sold by all druggists- a bottle ; six bottles, $5. Drugstore. southwest quarter of block 45, Call-
PR AND ALL OTHER POINTS EAST AND WEST well's addition 'to Ocala; southwest
Lippman Brothers, LHPMA BLOCK Savannah, Qa. BLANK BOOKSA quarter of block 6, Dunn's northwest
Sold by Anti-Monopol' Drugstore Ocala. Fla. addition to Ocala; lots 5 to 16 inclusive

r new lot of blank books, in all sizes THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESSVia fots 19 to 54. inclusive, lots 62 to
---- -- ------- and kinds, just opened, at the Ocala 80 inclusive, all in Mitchell's additionto

News Company. Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.; Ocala; lots 3 and 4, block 9, new

Atlantic Coast Line survey north, of Ocala; lots 1 and 2,

Ocala being part of southwest quarter -
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Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.;
Department of the Interior. Land Office of southwest quarter of section 7,
In connection with Florida East Coast Ry and Plant System, Schedule Effective ...
at Gainesville, Fla.. April 1, THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITEDVia township 15 south, range 22 east; lots
Jan. 16, 1901. 1901. Jesup 1 to 12 inclusive, block 203, Welshton,

I i iMb.Is; Notice is hereby given that the following recorded in plat book "A," page 30.
,'x,). ;s Daily ,N C\. Si:! I: daily except Sunday. The I named settler has filed noticeof THE CINCINATI DAY EXPRESS, Sold to satisfy said execution and
Daily ex Min'-nail- ). Icelebrated New York and Florid his intention to make final proof in costs. Perry H. Nugent,
Lv. Miami ....... .:: r !q a' .. .. .. I Special, the finest train in the world. I support of his claim and that said Via Jesup; Sheriff Marion county, Florida.
Lv. I'lIrt Tampa.- ...... II :;ill a ... I S :!'o P
Lv. Tampa ......... to tti a.... .. UtiO 1)I.v. I Solid vestibule Pullman train St. Augustine proof will be made before Clerk Cir-
St. Au u..tinp... (,2:) Ill10 a ........ to New York comprised of observation cuit Court at Ocala Fla., on May 11, Through Vestibuled Trains; Pullman Drawingroom Sleeping Cars; Elegant LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R.
Lv Jacksonvillp11410 p 1151) P I compartment, drawing 1!J01. viz.: Preston Roof. of Ocala. Dining Cars; Through Coaches. .Runs Through Cars
Lv "avsl1nah" .... l.aOk a ti
Lv Charleston.l .ai! a tII,') T'P room sleeping and dining cars; light. Fla) Homestead 23845; for the south Through Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, Via To Pensacola, Mobile and New Or
Lv RI..hmondI 2I' 6 -10 3 ed by electricity and heated by steam. east quarter of northeast quarter of Asheville, N. C., and Knoxville, Through "THE LAND OF THE SKY.
Ar 1t'ashtngton.. .. .... 11 'o' pIn :t: a section township 15 south range 22 leans.
Ar Baltint"r'. . 1 lli a 11 -12 n No. 32 daily. Florida and West Indian Through Trains via Southen Railway are now operatedIn To Birmingham, Nashville and St.
vrI'hilnd..lphla.... :J : I'a. 1 a. pAt with Plant from Jacksonville.;
limited-Vestibule coaches Jacksonville east.He connection the System
New York.. .. I I.1 t a't 35 p names the following witnessesto I Louis.
Ar Hotol1" .. .. .. J UO n.. ...... to Washington. Vestibule prove his continuous residence Summer Excursion Tickets at very low rates on sale June 1 to Sept. 30, 1900 5! To Louisville, Cincinnati, Evansville

I' buffet Pullman cars Jacksonville to upon and cultivation of said land viz.: For rates, schedules and informatIon cU} on or addressW. and to Chicago without change.
rates and New York. Connects with Colonial Express I '
Pullman reservations
For ,
at for Boston.No. Frank Jefferson, of Ocala, Fla T. COSBY, T. P. A., For rates, sleeping car reservation; .
all other information apply to Washington
Sanco Packerson. of Ocala. Fla. 212 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.J. i! etc., call on or write
FRANK C. BOYLSTON Agent, 78, express. Through buffet Augustus Packerson. of Ocala Fla. B. H. HOPKINS,
208 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.S. Pullman cars Miami, Port Tampa and Sim Charles, of Ocala. Fla. M. CULP, W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWICK

P. COLLIER. Sol. Pass. Agt. Tampa to New York. W. G. Robinson I Traffic Manager Gen. Pass. Agt., Asst 0. P. A.. Florida Passenger Agent.
i .ttCP Register. Washington. D. C. Washington. D. C. Atlanta, Qa. t 205 W. Bay 8tJickjonvlllj,


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