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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: December 17, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID02994
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, IDKCEMBER 17, IN.


P*UiCob a


Fresh Asrivals

Brick ad Sweltzer Ckheese,
(:wkr atots,
Po d Packages t DaOes,
flin Puddings,
Facy Cakes,
ed Packages Stluffed Dales,
Pond Packages Figs,


LOOKING INTO LOOKOUT

A Tunnel Twelve Hundred Yards Long
Finished Through the Famous
Lookout Mountain
l'hi( {, i,'. 17.--The tunnel throw'
Lootkout Mountain, driven by the
:'.S uthlj-r i-liik av. I-:' tninsh-d, tiri- tx\
k orkii., parti i niieiiig Sa uidaN
'16 tu11nir1 i- *r''I !ee-t l,,ri aand in
ir -traes a T a t lilt-d with'
b -aitttill stala ites.
WHAT'S


JUST RECEIWED



A nice line of Cut Glass and

Silverware.


OCALA


MUSIC


KIkC Alo SS, ,Worth ,/.,ig is worth doing well If
ou wish t bt cured of rheuiriatisni,
Cram eies NI,,,- Ballard's Snow, Linirment and you JEWELERS,
%% iilt b- "\e- ll cure I.- A ip sitive cure
Cr berry Sauce at for spr.ains. neuralgia, bruises, con- --- ---
trate-ld inmusile arwl all the ills that
TEAPOT iiOC s h-ir to. A. (. M.Williams. SCHOOL TROUBLE SETTLED Pi,
.\Iavrolta, [T'xas, wtites: "I have used -- ;
TEAPO| 'IIR II allard'ss n,,v, Li"binil.-Il-t for sprained Japanese Scholars to be Excluded Only
Tru G Oankle ;End it g'ave tht t,-.,t satisfaction. From Frisco's Lower Grades
I always + keep it in tlh- house." Sold I
Sby Anti-Monuopoly Dirugstore. San FPrancisco. Dec. 17.-Japanese C
ABOUT T ____ chil.lrn will ,ot be debarred from the s tre3
SBROKE RECORD IN BUILDINGG high "ch'ools after they havei passed roti
-- ith,- graminar grades.
Your eyes are subject to as many The Connecticut Built and Equipped Thi-s annuncenent was made Sat-
different defects as the body is to do in Less Time Than Any Iurday uimoriing by President Altman, of
df-ent Wdefet ith ody b toe L T mer Tan A the board of education. This has been
fometioes. Whereas it should be one Other Battleship I the practice ii the- past and will be
f the most perfect organs of the body. v Y,,rK. De 17 -cvmpletely -ntinued ,n ti,- future
It is natural that you should need ip erice the needIwfthe1 battle- lt in believed that tlhi, wiil end the
glasses for reading, writing, sewing .1, 'r&ietjcut left the New York trouble ,ver the school question in this
and other close work. Between the navy .ar.- lfr the fir t tmne Saturday city %..hich has recently been attract- Tu
meet:
gs of 40 to 50, a perfect ey should bound ,r Hamptomi RcRad'-, Va, to ing so mu.ii attention throughout the o
ages of 40 to 6W, a perfect eye should y"3 r dpii a-,\,1 ls .-.. Yongi
Cr. join the Atiant,,: fle -et entire cuntry
need glasslael at this age to relieve them TheCorrLctt uClAeter'ent all theII
from the *train when used for close or tests o h onachiniery at tr.e yard THE TEXAS WONDER Ele
near work. Many young people need tier departure is the first instance in Cures all kidrne;, bladder and rheu- thi-
glams* early in life to relieve the i nich a battleship has gorne direct matic trou-;Es Sold by ail drugstores, W.
various forms of eyestrain, which is itoim the building yards to instari serv- or twto monthi < treatment by mail for
e cs o 7 p o-icek' Naval Constructor Baxter, who $1. Dr I.. \N Hall, 2926 Olive street
the cause of 76 per cent. of all head- has had charge of the completion of St. Louis, M.. Send for testimonials. I
ache&. Just think: It has been proven itie conni-cticut said "Here goes out Sold in Ocala b, the Anti-Monopoly
by eminent authorities that 3 people !a ship which demolishes all the rec- Drugstore
out of every 4 that have headaches ords of the world in naval construe-
he deft ys l re th ion N(-t even Great Britain, the lead- NEW HOME bEWING MACHINES
have defectivause heye. Gl CORRECT the i. g country i the ship building line, Wi \e are agents for the New Home catio
remedy, because they CORRECT the"Ii
DEFECTS. When properly fitted there has ever :-eit one of its battleship to Sewing Machine and carry them In F. &
I no eye trairt. When you get reay ihoint preliminary deep water i stocK. Call and see the machines and Thur
tis no beye strelieved of then heyoudaches cay traI But I know enough about the get price- o:d on time is preferred. Vis
to be relieved of these headaches call, d to f t e C n e tc t t
and we me. I make a specialty of cor- I c"ndit of thet Connecticut to say Pittmnian & uon the furniture men.
rooting eyes where others fail. Satis. that at tlni- very inoment, though her Jal
faction guaranteed, or money refund- rr h Ii i not yet cut the water of the Masks, masks, masks. We have
ed. My references are those that I :':ar-rct'. he aw ready to whip any them. The Postoffice Drugstore. Jai
have relieved, battleship i1 the world, of course giv-
lv her a little practice with her guns ___
DR. D. M. BONEY, Tre kee i of the ship was laid March
Eyesight Specialist. Optical Parlors 1I. l 93 he was launched Sept 29, -1
2 and 4 Gary Building, Ocala. Fla. 1904. and two ears later she went into

SChoic Stock NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS W E
A Choice Stock ,, ., \A t | a

Orp eat, onr^ cosie', Hone' aru d Tar for coughsed
Of Fresh Beet, APork colds and lung trouoies is not affected
by the national pure food ad drug Jew el
And M utt,,, la aw s t contains -o opiates or oth- T I
er harmte., drug, ani we recommend
Vegetables, Fruits, Poultr yit as a. safe remedy utr children and J C
v" adult- Sold b% all -iruggists.
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and V ptlcA
Choice Fresh Family Groc ANOTHER CRUISER LAUNCHED O t
cries, always on hand horn N ,.,,- t x.ws, Va, Dec. 17--The T he Holday Shoppeins
which to do your marketing., ,ii ru -d ,iumer Montana was launched
catui-rda\ at the Nards of the Newport Will find at our store OIn
Send or bring us your or Shipbuildim and Drydock company, in newest, and moct compel
ders and they %will have' te' pi -iu, of distinguiP.-hed guests
froii,. th., statt ,f which the vessel ,i I IJewelry of All Knl
prompt attention uaiA,.i '.nd a nHmuaibe ur f navv and armyv Jwlry l All i
W. E. SMITH. .- Watches,
THAT'S IT. RinlglS,
No. 98 North Magnolia St. ,-,,u.i voui f-If ,t.. ja fit of s-pasnit., i Pins, Emblem Pins,


aiim., i lien l u \ oi ,"\\ I y u you dun gi-t
Phone 13 2 2 \-Ill "If iii v ill 3 Bal!itt)l" Hlorehound Sy'rup your cough
R- __ \ii :lbt a thing of the past It is a
lsit, cure for coughs, influenza,
broio.hitis, zind all puminunary diseases.
E ectical S apples ((t)v b,)tte will convince you-at your
druggist. 25c., i0c and $1 Sold by the
I have a well selected stock AAnti-Mo,,nopoly drug store.
of Electric Fans, in both the sALTON SINK AGAIN
General Electric Co. and tht-e FILLING WITH WATER
Westinghousemake. The lat. T-. t',,lurad,, riv.r has again broken
an',U lI, ilie olbstr'Uctio-ins placed in its
ter cost a little m ore tre. i t re- ,, ;i;, 1. ii >,,i is :,, ,; ..; ,iii in-
quire less ctirrent to operate V "'"nl.i,,nt the wSaI. t sl, ,,i-t, tIk, iii I
I.' i tsu that unless .stopljd it N\iI t-\i-l
them. I also carry il stock h.,,tv ~ilt tht basin. T"i South-rn Pa-
allin r,.cilri,.;d \\ ll have t-, rebilldl two
Fancy Glo0 s, Higill, LOW utidrtenl miles cf tr;'>k and fifteen
ili,,ii.-ntl acres itf improved and irri-
igtjus, etc. ,att- I irins will be- totally subiterged.
All kinds of electrical work lt ,,, ie.,,-.,. b ve a". ,itwo be-
fitt- hwwat-r at iually encroaches on
and repairing done at reatOln- tlie t.aiivr.s and several years befirt-
1'I' -aIl inlandd ,t-pret-ssion i- filled
able prices, under a full guar. li, t,.. ,iutatiu,,,. ined v-ff.rt.- .vili
antee. If your lights are out i1h h i,:,i.i to %.lo., th- bl-rak
of fix, or you need wiring IN PRAISE OF
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
done, phone to No. 222. --


CO.,


OCALA, FLA.



SOCALA LOOE NO. 19

inventions held every Monday at
p. m. Castle Hall over Peyser's
A cordial welcome to visiting
hers. Jake Brown, C. C.
as. K. Sage. K. R. S.


SEO.O.F.

lula Lodge, No. 22. i. 0. 0.
s every Tuesday evening
e s Hall
Election of Officers


action of officers will be held at
meeting. E. Jeffords, N. G
E. Bryant. Secretary.


IIIIsme


N / N A regular comnmunl-
n of Marion-Dunn Lo4ge, No. 19,
A. M.. will be held in the temple,
sday evening, Dec. 20.
siting brothers cordially invited.
N. I. Gottlieb, W. M.
ke Brown, Secretary.
panese jardiniers at Condon's.


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Chains and Fobs,
Hair Ornaments, &c.,


That has ever been shown in this city.

In Cut Glass, Fine China, Fine
Sterling and Plated Silverware
of all kinds and Styles, Fine
Umbrellas, with or without de-
tachable handles, Souvenir
Postal Cards, Clocks, Etc. We
do not acknowledge a better
stock in this section.
Our prices will compare most favorably
with our competitors, and the goods are


the very best. Give us a share of
busi ness.


your


New Arrivals Coming Every Day


TAhi ielteti A- Kinds of Rel


__W lt TherT i. o o'her medicine maiufac- Don "oe.
tuerd thit has received so muc-h praise
W Tcker iud s ,,maay expressions of gratitude -- -
: C'hamibterlaiir Cough Reitiedy. It
iS etttctive a\V \\d prompt relief follows 10
t-,use. t.lattrtful parents everywhere South Side 0
Hcutt's W oo idt heitate- t,, ttify to its merits -
foi tir beni ,lit ot htems!. It is a cer-
tain curt'- for cm',up aind will prevent
I have bought the woodyard locat- the attack if given at thte first appear- I ^TF
-.- -- --- -- --- -- adnptedu tx. cadrse-nase it i5-plecasat U RI
ed between Oklawaha avenue and ada ut tt, direna. Itt i-t- especially
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PUNISHED FOR PEONAIGE

Half a Dozen Lumber Men of South
Alabama Sentenced to Fines
and Imprisonment
Pensacola, Dec. 17.-In the United
States court Saturday Judge Charles
Swayne passed- sentence upon Manager
W. S. Harlan and five employes of the
Jackson Lumber company, of Lock-
hart, Ala.. after a trial of nearly a
month, for conspiracy to commit peon-
age. Manager Harlan was sentenced
to serve eighteen months in the peni-
tentiary. and in addition, to pay a fine
tf 5.o000; Supt. Robert Gallagher. to
serve fifteen months and pay a fine of
$S1,000; and Dr. W. E. Grace, Oscar
Sandor, S. E. Huggins and C. C. Hil-
ton to serve thirteen months in the
penitentiary and pay a fine of $1.000
each.

This Will Interest Dyspeptics
The Anti-Moncpoly Drugstore will
give you back 50 cents (purchasing
price) if Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy
falls to relieve or cure dyspepsia or
indigestion, or their symptoms, bad
breath, bad dreams, foul taste, consti-
pation, hawking, Spitting, acid or gas
on the stomach. dizzy spells, heart
flutter, pains in the stomach, side or
back. extreme nervousness, belching.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when
all else fails, so don't be discouraged.
It strengthens weak stomachs. The
star of hops for all dyspeptics. Cures
the worst cases. Druggists or by ex-
press, 50c. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore,
Ocala, Fla. Call or write.
A FAMINE IN FUEL
Half the Northwest In Danger of
Freezing to Death
Washington, Dec. 17.-Senator Mc-
Cumber Saturday received the follow-
ing telegram from J. P. Whittemores,
dated Friday at Galesburg, N. D.:
"The United States army could not be
better employed than in compelling and
assisting these railroads to drop ev-
erything and haul coal. Half the
Northwest will bee freezing in a week,
and the whole of it in two weeks."
DEADLY SERPENT BITES
Are as common in India as are stom-
ach and liver disorders with us. For
the latter, however, there is a sure
remedy: Electric Bitters, the great re-
storative medicine, of which S. A.
Brown, of Bennettsville, S. C., says:
"They restored my wife to perfect
health after years of suffeing with
dyspepsia and a chronically torpid
iiver" Electric Bitters cure chills and
fever, malaria, biliousness, lame back,
kidney troubles and bladder disorders.
Sold on guarantee by Tydings A: Co.,
druggists. Price 50 cents.
SOLONS WILL NOT
RAISE THEIR SALARIES
Washington, Dec. 17.-By a vote of
16 to 188 the house of representatives
Saturday refused to Increase from
$5,000 to $7,500 the salaries of senators,
members and delegates.
The house, however, by an over-
whelming vite, increased the salaries
of the vice-president, the speaker of
the housn and members of the presi-
dent's cabinet to $12,000 each.
EARLY TO BED
And early to ri-e makes orpy healthy,
happy and wiae -especially if you take
Herbine before retiring. A positive
cure for constipation, dyspepsia and all
liver complaints. Mrs. S.-, Columbia,
Tenn.. writes: "I always keep a sup-
ply of your Herbine on hand, Am sO
pleased with the relief it gives In con-
stipation and all liver complaints, that
words can't express my appreciation."
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
CUT OFF COMPETITION
Foreign Contractors Will Not be Al-
lowed to Help Dig the
Panama Canal


Washington. Dec. 17.-Foreign con-
tractors are to be barred for compe-
tition for the completion of the Pan-
ama canal. Chairman Shonts of the
lIsthmian <'anal Committee made this
announcement Saturday.
AN ALARMING SITUATION
frequently results from neglect of clog-
ged bowels and torpid liver, until con-
stipation becorniies chronic. This con-
dition is unknown to those who use
Dr. King's N'-w Life Pills; the best
and gentlest regulator. of stomach and
bowels. Guaranteed by Tydings & Co.,
druggists. Price 25 rct-nty.
OUR INTERESTS ARE IDENTICAL
Canada ,tand-: in sympathy with this
country in Pnot wishing an> invasion
,if a Japanes'e labor-Ex.
Passed Examnation Successfully
Jarnes Donahue. Nt-. Britain, Conn.,


H. H. BUTCH assesr.






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Shoes, shoes, shoes, Ladies' and MisvW
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. 190M


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C. L. BITTINGER & CO.
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C. L BSttinger and R. R. Carroll
Proprietors aad Publtshera.
"- C. IL. BITTINGER,
Editor and General Manager

R. R. CARROLL,
City Editor and Bus.-es Manager.

The Tampa Tribune of Kunday con-
tains a most interesting article on Miss
Dodge's secret service for the govern-
ment is ascertaining the disposition of
the Spanish troops around Cuba dur-
ing the Spanish-American War. She
did this when all the men who had at-
tempted it iad failed and most of them
as spies met death at the hand? of the
Spanish authorities !It was a very
dangerous undertaking and is told by
Capt. Jasper Erving Brady in the Ta-
coma .Daily NewS. Washington. Miss
Dodge, prior to leaving for California,
where she now resides, waia the- society
editor of the Tamrpa Triabune and the
best that paper ever had For this
desperate effort she received $5,000 and
the work was done in twenty days.
She was landed by the U S. authori-
ties twelve miles west of Havana. She
then Invaded the city and because of
her comniplexion and ready use of the
Spanish language she passed for a na-
tive. She soon got the ear of the
Spanish military authorities, who went
daft over her good looks and fasci-
auting manner, and in this way she
secured the Information that others
bad sougti in vain. It Is a thrilling
narrative and, aa usual, the Tribune
by iets publication captured another
laurel leaf for its journalistic crown of
glory.
The trade edition of the Citizen-Re-
porter, Lake City, was a nmo!qt credita-
ble one. Lake City an'l Columbia
county's material Interests were splen-
didly presented. The edition is worth
to those people good money. We con-
gratulate the Dodd brothers on their
enterprise and energy displayed in
getting up the edition.
Mrs. Beatrice Marean, owing to the
death of her husband, Dr. Marean,
will leace in a day or two for Pen-
sacola to reside with her two daugh-
ters. She leaves many friends who
regret he-r departure, but whose best
wishes accompany her to her new
home.
The Times-Union Ij its Christmas
trade edition certainly surpassed all
its previous efforts along that line. It
is worthy of our admiration. The
great trouble is that It takes up so
many pages we are afraid we will not
have time to read 1! all before Christ-
mas, 1907.


Editor H. P. Trumble, of the NasSau
County Star, at Fernandina, has dis-
posed of his stock in that paper and
will retire from its management as soon
as a successor can be secured. Mr.
Trumble has proved himself a capable
newspaper man and wherever he may
cast his lot, the best wishes of the Star
will follow him.
The Jacksonville Metropolis is; to be
congratulated on It- mammoth Christ-
ma edition It's a whopper. The
same can be said of the Times-Union,
the Pensacola Journal and the Tampa
Tribune
Mrs W. B Henderson, of Tampa,
. died at that place Friday morning,
S aged 63 years. She was born in Co-
lumbia county July 8th, 1843, moved
to Tampa. when quite young, married
W. B. Henderson, one of the best
known business men of Tampa and
South Florida She leaves six children
and fourteen grandchildren, and a host
of friends to mourn her death.
Col. T. J L. Brown, president of the
State Fair Association, gives out a
most interesting statement as to how
he will make the Panama Canal Ex-
position at Tampa in 1908 a success
First, he must have $150,000 to erect
suitable buildings, and by the hearty
cooperation of Tampa and the rest of
the state he believes this can easily be
secured, and with the aid of the gov-
ernment, which is pledged, he is con-
fident the Panama Exposition will be
the greatest thing ever dreamed of by
Tampa and the state of FridJa
Among those hailing from Oxford in
the city Saturday were J. S. Perry, C
C. Perry and Miss Neita Carter
The turpentine men of the state
were in evidence at Tampa Thursday,
appearing before the board of county
commissioners of Hillsborough, making
bids for the county convicts. Those
from Ocala were Messrs. S A. Rawls,
lessee of the state convicts, Charles V.
Miller, Lee Miller, R. S and T. C. Hall,
B. W. Blount, of the Florida Naval
Stores Co, and a large turpentine op-
erator. The present lessee of the con-
Victs in Hillsborough county bid $19,
the men to work only in Hillsborough
cOunty; Major T: C. Hall bid $19.60;
J. W Ward, Jr., of Floral City, bid
$2260; S. A. Rawls & Co. Ocala, bid
$23. John R. Martin, E. P. Thagard
and J. W Ward, Jr., of Floral City,
were also present, and other operators
over the state. Bids ranged from $17.50
to $27.60, a man per month. The high-
est bids included the privilege of taking
the men outside of Hillsborough coun-
ty. Col. T. J. L. Brown, representing
Buttgenbach & Co, of Holder, bid
$27.50; R. S. Hall, of Ocala. bid $29.10
to take men outside of the county,


Are You Tired, Nervous
and Sleeples?
Nervousaes and sleeplessness are us-
tally due to the fact that the nerves are
Dot fed on properly nourishing blood;
they are n arved nerves. Dr. Percej'
Golden Medical Discovery makes pu-e,
rich blood, and thereby the nerves are
properly nourished and all the organs ot
the body are run as smoothly as machlin-
cry which runs In oil. In this way yau
feel clean, strong and strenuous-you are
toned up and invigorated, and you are
good for a whole lot of physical or mental
work. Best of all, the strength and In-
crease in vitality and health are katirq.
The trouble with most tonics and med-
icines which have a large, booming sale
for a short time-, Is that they are largely
composed of alohol holding the drugs in
solution. This alcohol shrinks up the red
blood corpuscles, and In the long run
greatly injures the system. One may feel
exhilarated and better for the time being,
yet in the end weakened and with vitality
decreased. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medlc&l
Discovery contains no alcohol. Every
bottle of it bears upon its wrapper The
Badge of Honesty, in a full list of all its
several Ingredients. For the druggist to
offer you something he claims is "just a
good" is to insult your intelligence.
Every Ingredient entering into the
world-famed-"Golden Medical Discoveryr
has the unanimous approval and endorse-
ment of the leading medical authorities
of all the several schools of practice. No
other medicine sold through druggists for
, like purposes has any such endorsement.
The "Golden Medical Discovery" not
only produces all the good effects to be
obtained from the use of Golden Seal
root in all stomach, liver and bowel
troubles as In dyspepsia, biliousness, con-
stipatidn, ulceration of stomach and
bowels and kindred ailments, but the
Golden Seal root used in its compound-
ing is greatly enhanced in its curative ac-
tion by other ingredients such as Stone
root, Black Cherrybark, Bloodroot, Man-
drake root and chemically pure triple-
refined glycerine.
"The Common Sense Medical Adviser,"
Is sent free in paper covers on receipt of
21 one-cent stamps to pay the cost of mail-
Ing only. For 31 stamps the cloth-bound
volume will be sent. Addre ss Dt. R. V.
Pierce. Buffalo N, Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con-
stipation, tloumeas and headache

CAR OF MULES JUST RECEIVED
A car of fine mules have just been
received by Patterson & Crutcher at
the Marion Farms Stables. Hear is
an opportunity for all to invest. Those
needing mules will do weli to call and
inspect the stock.
ED IS SAFE
A note from E. P. Pittman, Coleman,
reports his store safe from the devast-
ating fire that swept that place Fri-
day night.


For Boys and Girls
THE KODAK BOX
Ask to see it at the Postoffice Drug-
Stbre.
"WOODMAR" FRUIT
I have a few boxes of fancy fruit,
half oranges and half grapefruit, suit-
able fr.r Christmas gifts. Price, $3 per
box. f. o. b. Eastlake. David S. Wood-
r w, Postoffice Box, 957, Ocala.
FOR SALE
One of the best established and pay-
ing mercantile businesses. Will sell
building or give a long time lease on
property. This is a snap, and owner
has good reasons for offering it. Ad-
dress F. W. Ditto.
MORE FINE STOCK COMING
Having sold out the carload of fine
horses and muless we received a short
time ago, our Mr. Hugh Nichols has
gone to market for another car of fine
animals, which will be here in a few
days. This load will be well worth
waiting for, and we ask you to come
and see them on their arrival.
Tompkins & Nichols.
Prof. McBeath, who resigned from
the head of the Oxford school, has
taken the Grand Island school for the
remainder of the term.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the
new Laxative, stimulates, but does not
irritate. It is the best laxative. Guar-
anteed or your money back. Sold by
all druggists.


R. D. FULLER.


L. F. BLALOCK.


FULLER & BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEONS
)Mce Over Iunroe & Cbhambliss' Blk
OCALA. FLA

Terms, Cash-


J. E. CHACE

DENTAL SURGEON
Ofce Upstairs, Commercala Bank Bld'g
OCALA, FLA.
Terms, Cash.


For That

Empty Feeling

When you have that "empty feeling"
a call on us will give immediate re'lef.
We Call Your Attention to
Tip Top Coffee...............$ 25
Blue Label Coffee........... 25
iOo. Mackerel, per kit.. ......... 1 50
Strained Honey, 1 gallon cans.. 1 25


CASTOR IA
]or Infuts and Chilr,.
Iti Kid You Hay Alwap Bought
Sears the
Signature of

TAMPA NORTHERN PROGRESS
Twenty-eight miles of the forty-
seven between Tampa and Brooksville
have been graded.
ORANGES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Choice fruit carefully selected for
the holiday trade. Assorted oranges
and tangerines if desired from the
Howard groves, at $2.25 f. o. b. Au-
burndale. Address, E. M. Howard,
either Auburndale or Ocala.
E. C. DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, at
whose laboratory Kodol is prepared
assure us that this remarkable digest-
ant and corrective for the stomach
conforms fully to all provisions of ;he
National pure food and drug law. The
Kodol laboratory is a very large one,
but if all the sufferers from indigestion
and stomach troubles could know the
virtues of Kodol It would be 'impossi-
ble for the manufacturers to keep up
with the demand. Kodol is sold here
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
Strayed or stolen, one dark dun cow;
unmarked; one horn little low; bush at
tall white. Above reward of $5 to any
one finding her and letting me know.
Was reared at Micanopy. Strayed
about Nov. 1st. A. M. Anderson, Wil-
liston, Fla.


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STRUCK IT RICH
Mr. Valentine Bock not so long ago
became the owner of 120 acres of land
in the Istachatta section and at odd
moments prospected for phosphate de-
posity and was fortunate enough to
find few days ago the genuine article
Phosphate men heard of Mr. Bock's
find and immediately he was inter-
viewed to ascertain the facts cf the
discovery and secure options on the
property. One party offered him 14,00i
cashin advance, on the basis of a roy-
alty o $1.00 a ton Of course Mr
Bock feels quite elated, but is deiib-
erating to see what he shall do.
For Boys and Girls
THE KODAK BOX
Ask to see it at the Postoffice Drug-
Store.
SPARKMAN'S IMPORTANT PLACE
Congressman Sparkman is the senior
democrat on the river ane harbor com-
mittee of the house, which doubtless
means much mc"e good work for Flor-
ida.

FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
Harness factory and tannery, con-
veniently located. New buildings and
up to date machinery Addres!, Fac-
tory," care this paper.
FOR RENT
A seven-room house in fourth ward
Apply to G. A. Carmichael.
BOOKKEEPER WANTED
A bookkeeper who is also a steno-
grapher, preferred, can get a good posi-
tion with the Oxford Crate Co., at
Crystal River.
HANDS WANTED
Wanted, several good white men, in
the mill of the Oxford Crate Co. at
Crystal River. Steady positions and
good pay for the right kind of men
W. H. TYSON

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in High
Grade Whiskies, Wines and Brand-
ies, Fine Cigars, Etc
Next door to the Marion Farms
Stables; 'phone. 388. We are the only
dealers here who handle all beers. No.
25 South Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla.
A CORRECTION.
A few days ago, in the mention of
the court proceedings in the case of
one J. W. Wester, charged with for-
gery, the name appeared in the paper
as J. W. Weston, and some have been
made to think that this was Rev. L
W. Weston, of this city, one of the
honorable and respected colored minis-
ters, whose character has never been
assailed.
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
A splendid family driving horse and
buggy and harness for sale. Apply to
M. Handlesman at the Boston Store.


Framed or unframed.


Reutilul Pe
Mantle. Table Sca
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The Largest
of all sizes and finish.
and at different p

ELEGANT DINING

OFF


ANDISME ll U


The finest line to select from in the In Golden Oak, Birdseye Maple, etc., and the greae .b
country. ,of Brass Beds of all styles and prices thait i cft ,||

irtere a Lace Curtans. Florida. Blankets and Bed Linen of all kind -
raxfs, and Fire Screens in all of Pretty Dressing Tables and odd Bureaus in thedi' -
beautiful makes, finished. '

I and Prettiest Line of Rugs LadRes' wrutg Bees p ua cm. Cabu 44
Art Squares in all weaves and sizes, .
rices; Mattings, Linoleums, Etc. Gentlemen's Office Tables and Roll Top Dedmk auluMi .
. .,.. mw *-- Sectional Book Cases, plain and leaded glasm frtt Bok 1;
I TABLES, LIBRARY ANDR Case Music Cabmets in Oak and Mahogaay, at ay ph..

ICE TABLES. ri eWS=I Wrnm dIa M 7'
Pretty~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ Bahoo irosMdiie aint, hi isS%


Center Tables in Mahogany, Golden Oak,
Mission finishes-Old English. Antwerp,

Also Chairs and Rockers


and
and


the different
Fumed Oak


in the different Mission finishes and Parlor Tables in the
dainty Vernis Martin finish. The list of chairs is a very
long one We hav elegant leather and plush upholstered,
straight and Morris Chairs, Rockers. and Dining Chairs.
The most comprehensive line of Reception Chairs, and
Rockers, in Oak. Willow and Leather, that one could want
to see. Also a pretty line for the children, from Sk to $4 eac


You should not furnish your dining room until
seen our Tables. in round or square, in any finish,
ticularly pretty in thle Golden Oak and Mission.


you~have
but par-


Handsome Sideboards, Builets, and China Closets
in thle different and pretty finishes. All styles of Dining
Chairs, Art Squares, and a complete line of domestic and
imported China Sets. A new line of


Parlor and Hall Lamps That Are Very Attractive.

Toilet Sets and Jahinlers.


Pretty Bathroom Mirrors, Medicine Cabin "s*
Whatnots, Ladies' Work Baskets and Tables. L


COOKING STOVES, AN ,AU E

STSES.' (1

Handsome sets of Haruess, Saddles; Valise. (Gips 44i"
Suit Cases, all sizes and shapes, from the ohept ton tio -'
finest made. Trunks of all styles and kinds, awd at al ;
prices. We also have a most attractive lot of
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partial list of what we carry.


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Backache, cold hands and feet, rheu-
matism, and kindred ailments, caused
by Improper action of the kidneys
yield readily to a short treatment of
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
They quickly drive the poison from
the system and thus afford relief A
week's treatment for 25 cents. Recom-
mended and sold by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.
The railroad commission will hear
shippers and railroad authorities Tues-
day in a new rating, in which only two
days shall be allowed to deliver goodsi
at a distance of fifty miles from the
shipping point and one day for each
additional fifty miles.
For chapped and cracked hands
nothing is quite as good as an appli-

cation of DeWit's Witch Hazel Silve I


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HAVE CONNECTIONS AND REACH THE FOLLOWING POINT


Alachua.
Anthony.
Archer.
Arredondo.
Berlin.
Blltchton.
Bronson.
Campville.
Conant.
Connor.
Crystal River.
Dunnellon.
Dutton.
Elliston.
Evinston.
FelUcla.
Fort White.
Garden Grove.


Grahamvllle.
Gainesville.
Grove Park.
Hague.
Hawthorne.
Hernando.
High Springs.
Holder.
Juliette.
LaCrosse.
Levon.
McIntosh.
Micanopy.
Montague.
MontbrooiLk.
Morriston.
Newberry.
Oak.


Orange Lab&
Raleg!
RocheULa
Rock 5rtVAd
Rocky PetaL
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Trutoa.
Tyler.
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December 2oth to 25th inclusive; December 3oth, gSlot Ad
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member of &e family Or ay.e *M 1. yOur trirlks, ad d IM SWM Ue msd as ta mr s Gl
buying presents gel stmef 800 &at wE be kept ao Ml. Lk mr 06 se lede, wUa b ly a W k
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1906


THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK


OF OCALA


Is modest but progressive, and

offers every legitimate induce-


ment to customers.


Correspon-


dence or a visit invited

J. B. BROOKS, Cashier.


Late Arrivals


WE HAVE JUST


REC EIVED SOME


Beautiful Cut (;Gass,


Sterling and Plated Silver


and Fine China


THAT WAS LONG I)ELAYEI) IN TRANSIT


COME IN AND SEE THE GOODS


A. E. Burnett,


The Jeweler


We Are Open for



Business...


We have put in a full line (

Ladies', and Children's Shoes, I

Boys' Clothing, Gent's Furnm

Our prices are very reasonable

faction guaranteed.


,f Men's,

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Satiss


THE SAMPLE CLOTHING AND SHOE 00.,


Montezuma Block,


Bloom & Foor, Proprietors,


Ocala, Florida.


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OGALA


GAS


ENGINE


*ORKS,


General Machine & Repair Shops.
AreV tll Equipped With the Most Skilled Mechanics and the Latest Ma-
ohinery and Tools for Doing at Short Notice all Kinds of
ULHT TURNING, FITTING, PIPE CUTTING, THREADING AND LIGHT
REPAI R WORK
A Specialty Made of'the Repairing and Adjusting of
Marine an4 Stationery Engines of Light Horsepower, Either Steam, Gasa o-
Gasoline, Automobiles and Automobile Engines, Etc.
Agents for the Monarch Ball Metal, the Calumet Gas Engine Oil, the Arco
Elastic Paint, the Delta Dry Batteries
DEALERS IN PIPES, FITTINGS, SHAFTINGS, PULLEYS. ETC.
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL MAIL ORDER BUSINESS
AM a 0 is Er


SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT

We have boxes to rent at $5.00) per year that will
hold a big lot of valuable paper,. jewelry. etc. Also
larger boxes costing a little more. C )ij- anld see them.


Mr. J. F Baldoser, of Columbus, 0.,
arrived in the city Saturday and will
spend a few days here with the object
of locating permanently The past win-
ter he spent in Tampa.
Genuine French stag and sterling sil-
ver toilet sets and brushes at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore. See our line be-
fore buying.

The store of the Helvenston-Pasteur
Co. was closed until noon Loday for
the burial of the Infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E T. Helvenston.
FOR RENT-A four ipom cottage in
second ward. Apply to Dr. Wm. An-
derson, druggist.
Major Butler, the local h,, 'tier for the
Crystal River News, is making the best
local page ever given the public of
that sectionn The major is a born
newspaper man.
Remember the coupons with each 10
cent purchase, when you buy at the
Ocala News Company.
Prof. XW T Fulian, of Auburn, Ala.,
is in the city a guest of his friend,
Mr D. S Anderson, manager of the
Ocala Iron Works. Prof. Fullan is in
charge of the mechanical department
of the Alabama State University. Mr.
Anderson and the professor are old
friends and coll-ge chums and are en-
joying a review of old times together.
Crepe paper in all colors at 5 cents
per roll, at the Variety Store.
Mr Wallace Lyvers, of Summerfield,
was in town Saturday visiting his grand-
mother. Mrs. Nancy Wallace. Mr. L.
has been stationed at Sarasota as the
S. A. L. ageMit, but was taken sick and
came home to recuperate. He will go
to Tampa in a few days to assume a


MUNROE & CHAMBLISS,


Oa Florida.


Pc~ala


OCALA OCCURRENCES

K. of P. meet this evening.
Gold beads at Condon's.
Odd Fellow's meet tomorrow night.
Silver almond sets at Condon's.
Masorns meet Thursday evening.
Japanese iaq.aes at Ocala Music Co.
MesFr- Flarik and Edgar relot, of
Rell-~v-- irf- In town attending court.
LDirnk Gre-n Springs natural mineral
water at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
C. H Dame left for Grandin today to
organize a Woodman camp.
All kinds of goods for the holidays
at the Ocala News Company.
Dr. Davis, the Dunnellon dentist, was
in tc,-.v today
<'irFe paper in all colors at 5 cents
per ri.l, at the Variety Store
Among Sunday's arrivals at the
Montezuma were W. E McArthur and
Miss Wade, of Muntbrook.
Manicure sets up to $42. Ocala
Music Co.

Mrs. Hyman and children are guests
at the Montezuma. They came in this
morning from St. Augustine.
Green Spr:ngs natural mineral water
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore by
the glass, gallon or carboy.
Mr. William Fant, an industrious and
successful farmer of the Pine section,
was in town today and autographed
for the Star.
FOR SALE-Two bed-room suites
of furniture, one book case; one desk
and book case combined; one library
table; one dining table and six dining
chairs. Apply to Mrs. E. Van Hood,
85 Fort King avenue.
Hon. H. W. Long returned Saturday
from the conference at Palatka- He
said the attendance was good.
A guarantee stands back of every
horse ind mule purchased from us.
.We have two carloads of the best
Patterson & Crutcher, at the Marion
Farm Stables.

Captain Tucker, of Rochelle, came up
this morning from Dunntflon, where
he has been visiting his daughters,
Mesdames Peters and Mixon.
Do you want the most comfortable
place in the state to board, for the
money It will cost you? If so, come to
Col. Shipman's Montezuma hotel.
An A. C. L. train at High Springs
had a collision Saturday night and In
the wreck two flagmen and a fireman
were killed anid an engineer so badly
injured that he is not expected to live.
Toilet sets and toilet cases and mun-
icure sets in endless variety, at the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Col. J. D. Bacon, a prominent real
estate dealer of Chicago, but who has
been spending a month at his Sparr
plantation, will leave for home tomor-
row. He expects to return later in the
season.

The finest line of soaps, toilet pow-
ders, etc., in the city. and the finest
lOc. soap on the market. Tydings &
Company.


Ask
Store.


For Boys and Girls
THE KODAK BOX
to see it at the Postoffice Drug-


Pearl beauty pins at Condon's.


CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
With local appllcatioMs, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
Is a blood on constitutional disease.
and in oTder to cure it you must take
internal medicines. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally and acts di-
rectly on the blood and mucous sur-
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this coun-
try for years and is a regular prescrip-
tion It Is composed of the best tonics
known, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mu-
cous surfaces. The perfect combina-
tion of the two ingredients is what pro-
duces such wonderful results in cur-
ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials
free. F. J CHENEY & CO,
Proprietors, Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, price. 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
PLANS FOR THE OPERA HOUSE
Mr. T. T. Munroe has the plans and
specifications for the new oera house.
The plans were drawn by Messrs. Tal-
ley & Gasser, of Jacksonville, the firm
who drew the plans for the Delouest
building. The opera house will be a
beauty! and will cost $15.000. It will
be an opera house and nothing else
and will seat 750 people. The build-
ing wfl be one of the handsomest in
the stite and constructed upon the
most improved and modern plans. The
opera house will be located on the lot
between the Star building and the ar-
mory. on the lot that the county owns.
Mr. Munroe and the committee will
begin active work on raising the funds
in a very short time, and are going to
make it go.
LYCEUM COURSE ASSURED
Mr. Allen Bridges informs us that the
Lyceum course is now an assured
thing for this winter, and one of the
several splendid attractions will be an-
nounced in a few days.
For Boys and Girls
THE KODAK BOX
Ask to see it at the Postoffice Drug-
Store.
SILVER TEA
Wednesday afternoon the ladies of
St. Margaret's Guild will hold a silver
tea at the residence of Mrs. G. T.
Maughs. At the same time the young
ladies of the Junior Guild will have a
table of fancy work for sale. The pub-
lic is cordially invited to attend.
GOING TO RJEDDICK
The Knights of Pythias, of Reddick,
will give ab ig blow out tonight and
the following Knights of this city will
be in evidence': J. G. Spurlin, Will Lu-
cius, Jake Brown, T. T. Munroe, T. E.
Blggs, W. S. Durst, R. E. Yonge, J. G.
Ferguson, C. K. Sage. T. J. Owen, J.
S. LeSuer. The boys will go up by
automobile and a big time is anticipat-
ed this evening.

WILL GO TO ATLANTA
Dr. H. A. Daniel has resigned his
position with Dr. William Anderson
and leaves tomorrow night for Atlanta,
where he will have a position In the
Benjamin Pharmacy, owned by Her-
man Benjamin, of this city. Mr. Dan-
iel will be greatly missed from Ocala,
as he is one of the most popular and
efficient pharmacies who has even
been In the city.


DR. HARRY C. DOZIER
Dr. Harry C. Dozier will begin the
practice of medicine in a very few days
and will move his family to Silver
Springs, but will practice in Ocala,
having his office at his residence on
Oklawaha avenue. Dr. Dozier has en-
tered into a contract with the Rentz
Lumber Co. to do the practice among
their employes. and will also do a gen-
eral practice in that section. Dr Do-
zier will also act as local surgeon In
Ocala and Sliver Springs for the Sea-
board Air Line railway.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
The circuit court is trying the case
of Lee Merrell, colored, for the killing
of her husband in June at Irvine. Maj.
L T. Ialar is defending the case and
the following compose the jury: H.
C. Jones, Jim Goins, A. J. Stevens.
Charles Rheinauer. C. S. Deveneau,
R. A- Eli!on, C. H. Mathews, J. A.
Thomas, H. J. Priest. J. L Smoak, W.
L. Ditto and C. W. Beal.
Saturday William Dun, colored, was
tried for assault with intent to kill.
He was acquitted.
John Jackson, colored, was tried Sat-
urday for resisting an officer. There
was a mistrial and the case will come
up again in March.


'WET1_WI.
Offer:~ik a Ompt. rg


THI LOOKS LIKE BUSINESS
An Important Meeting of the Beard of
Trade Called for Next Thursdy
The plan and scope committee of the
Ocala board of trade has sent out the
following letter:
Dear Sir: Referring to the mat-
ter of proceeding against the Atlantic
Coast Line railroad company for tOe
neglect to serve shippers, we take
pleasure in saying that on last F"rday
our atto-ney presented petitions of
practically all the business men in the
towns reached by the Coast Line in
South Florida, to the Hon. W. H. El-
lis. attorney general, at Tallahassee,
and reports to us that the attorney
general is in hearty accord with our
plans and to enforce adequate service
by the railroad company, and that the
attorney general desires to meet repre-
sentative business men from the above
named sections at Ocala on next
Thursday, Dec. 20th, at 4 p. m. at the
council chamber, to discuss the situa-
tion and formulate the evidence to
support a petition for mandamus
against the company, and to continue
in session until the business presented
is disposed of. He will want evidence
to show:
Ist. The lack of repair of the road-
bed
2nd. Insufficient number of fiat and
box cars.
3rd. Insufficient number and capa-
city of engines.
4th. Delays in placinjecars for load-
ing.
5th. Delays in moving loaded cars.
6th. Delays in loading and delivering
freights.
7th. Congestion of yards and delays
in moving cars from junctiors and
terminals.
Sth. Inability of the company to re-
ceive, transport and deliver the busi-
ness actually offered to it with reason-
able dispatch.
9th. Delays in operating passenger
trains.
10th. Information from reliable men
which will enable the attorney general
to prove the charges in the mandamus
proceeding.
This is a mos. serious and Import-
ant matter and we urge you to come to
Ocala on the 20th inst. without fall, to
give the attorney general the facts to
support him in his efforts to afford re-
lief to citizens of your section and the
whole state.
Plan and Scope Committee Ocala
Board of Trade.
Every reader of this paper is request-
ed to examine the list of information
asked for in the letter, and be pres-
ent with specific facts covering his
own complaint.

FAUSETT-LUCIUS
Yesterday afternoon, at the home of
the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Fausett, Mr. Harry Fausett was mar-
ried to Miss Leila Lucius, of Tampa,
Rev. C C. Carroll offioiating. Only
a few of the intimate friends of the
contracting parties were present. Af-
ter the marriage ceremony a sumpt-
uous dinner was partaken of.
The groom is a promising young
man in the employ of the city electric
light plant, while the fair bride is a
most pleasing young lady and the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lucius,
of Tampa, formerly residents of Ma-
rion county.
- The marriage was a complete sur-
prise to the friends of the couple. Miss
Lucius was visiting friends at Belle-
view and Sunday was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Douglas, at Shady, where Mr
Fausett called and together they de-
parted for Ocala and were married.

THE DEATH OF AN INFANT
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Helvenston
were called on yesterday to mourn the
death of their infant daughter, Frances
Louella. The child had been ill for
some time and its death was not un-
expected This morning the remains
were laid to rest in the Gary lot in the
old cemetery, Rev. C. C. Carroll, of-
ficiating. A large number of friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Helvenston accompanied
the remains to the cemetery.
In the great sorrow that Is flooding
the hearts of the distressed parents,
in the loss of their first born, the Star
extends its heartfelt sympathy.


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A negro woman entered GeO. A.
Nash's store today and was detected
stealing a piece of silk and other ar-
ticles of dry-goods. She was handed
over to the officers of the law. She
insisted that she did not steal the arti-
cles. She is in jail.
Sunday school committees are Inlvt-
ed to see our line before buying. We
make special prices. Ocala News Co.
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Newcomb Barco, son of J M. Barco.
of this city, representing Phillips &
Sons' commission house, of New York
City. is visiting his father here tocay.
-Tamp. Tribune.
The Rentz Lumber Company at Sil-
ver Springs were unfortunate in the
receipt of a car of mules last week.
When the animals were let into the
lot from the car they drank too much
water and five of them died while sev-
eral others are not expected to live.
Want of proper watering while In
transit was the cause of the trouble
and loss.

Mrs. Chas. L. Moore left Saturday
night for New Orleans, where she will
spend the holidays with her son, Clar-
ence, and family, and daughter, Miss
Clara.

Mr. E. K. Nelson, chairman of the
street committee, admits that the pub-
lic streets around Ocala are in a de-
plorable condition with dust and by all
means should be sprinkled, but he said
that the mayor said if the merchants
want the streets sprinkled they must
do it themselves.
Mr. John D. Robertson, having had
put down one of the finest sidewalks
in the city in front of his residence
and the Oklawaha Inn, Is now having
built another excellent footway in
front of Mr. C. A. Liddon's residence.
in the next block east This piece of
work, like its predecessor, is going to
be of the best and will rejoice the feet
not only of this but coming genera-
tions. Mr. Charles L. Moore Is doing
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than good health? All the mone
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too highly praise your Ballard
the rellef of acute rheumnatismni, c
and exposure to the weather. I
Ballard's Horehound Syrup f(
These used together defy all pail


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)ms and Plenty to Eat

ROPRITRTOR.


ISi. 17.19 E. Forsyth Street'-

flew and Ftst-Class in all
App.>ptnwitnts
4merican Plan $2.00 to
$2.50 per day.
European Plan, Rooms, one
person, 75c. per day and
up. Special weekly rates.
Center of City. Near all
Car Lines. Open all the
SYeai Rooms with Bath
Extra Charge. .

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mused by sudden change
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THE GREAT DANIEL WAS CARELESS
IN FINANCIAL AFFAIRS.

go T*ouebled Elmelt Little About
What Me Owed or About What Ob-
ar Owed HiM-'-TboWay the Fames-
Orater Charmed HEi Crodlters.
As often as nature makes a demigod
out of a man abe tacks on to him some
badge of ltnfirmity, some sign or token
by whick the less favored of the race
may know that he Is aot absolutely re-
moved from them. but is, in certaLin
ways, co-heir with them In common
humanity.
The "godlike Daniel," expounderr of
the constitution" and father of the
sentiment of American nationality.
whose eloquence the* "applause of lis
toning senators" did (ommaul. was
mighty careless about his financial ob
ligatious, seldom troubling bi nis&lf
about what he owed or about vwhat
others owed him.
The late Erastus Corning and Web
ster were warm friends, and thereby is
explained the fact tha' once upol, a
time Mr. Corning indor.-ed Mr. Wel,
iter's note for a (ousiderable amount.
As things go In this world notes usu,.t
sooner or later come due, al il wbeini
this particular note reached Liaturity
it went to protest. But Webster Aas
the "great expounder," and the firm.
not wishing to embarrass him, paid it.
Time passed. and when it was su'l-
posed that Webste:'s financial cond -
tlou was Improved Mr. 4.o'luing was
prevailed upon by the firm to ask Wtb
ster if be could make It convenIent tu
liquidate the claim.-
In answer to i.'ornlng's letter Web-
ster sent a note abounding in apol"';ies
for the trouble be had put his friend
to, and wound up with a must cordial
Invitation to the gentleman to vl.it-
him, when he would p.'obably be in a
position to pa him. or, at least, to
give him some sort of satisfactory se- i
curity.
Corning accepted the invitation and
went to see the expounder.
In due time Corning returned hoLue.
delighted and c.--armed with his visit
to Marshfield.
Entertaining his partners with en-
thusiastic accounts of the great states-
man's hospitality and with des(crip
tions of the various incidents of his
visit. Coming forgot to say a word
about the main object of the visit.
Finally, after Corning had exhaust-
ed himself in describing the gjod time
he had had, a member of the firm
broke in with the remark, "Well, I
suppose Mr. Webster was highly
pleased to be able to pay the note."
"Highly pleased to pay the note." re
sponded Corning. "He didn't pay any
note. He not only did not pay the
ucte, but he so charmed ond delighted
me that he got me to sign another note
for him for $5,00o, and I am thankful
that he did not ask me to make it
$10,000, for 1 don't ttink I could have
refused to grant his request."
An old Bostonian who knew Web-
ster well told me some years ago the
foUllowing story:
A Portsmouth (N. H.) tailor had a
bill against Webster for several hun-
dred dollars. When Webster was
elected United States senator, the tai-
lor went down to the "Hub" to see
him about his bill. thinking that he
was then in a fair frame of mind to
pay it.
When the Portsmouth man got to
Boston. Webster was holding a levee.
at which were gathered the most dis-
tinguished men of the nation.
Preseanting himself at the door, the
tailor was denied admission on the
ground that Mr. Webster was engaged
with affairs of state and could not be
disturbed.
The tailor sent up his card. which
Webster no sooner saw than he or-
dered the gentleman to be ushered
Into his presence.
Receiving the man with a cordial
hand shake and a look of supreme be
nignlty, Mr. Webster Introduced him.
one by one, to the Illustrious company.
dined him and wined him, and in the


course of time the guests, including
the Portsmouth man, departed.
Upon reaching home the tailor was
asked if he got the money for his bill.
"Money for my bill, the wischicf:"
he replied. "Mr. Webster treated ue
like a lord, introduced tue to more big
folks than I ever saw before in all my
life. and do yo)u suppose 1 could have
the heart to mention that bill to him."
-New York American.

A Punctual Artist.
One well kunw and decidedly luar
tistic quality of Lord Leighton was bis
punctuality. He was ulnue In Iawmas
cus and was urged to remain there, but
he declined. His season was that het
had to be in London on a certain day
tecaise he had made aIn ellgagngi4'Lr
with his model. A friend was auxiou.
to learn whether Lord l.eilghtu had a-
tually kept this eugaigv.iu.t. and li
found that when the artist iias ;it
ending the staircase strigbt t from l'i
imascu the model w-a- kLihLkiing at ii,
door of the studio.
I ,HI W eaLacsea.
"Alas" confessed tLe, petlic.Lt man
"In a moment of weakLezs I stule a
earlhtri ,of hbras tittinf. "


BURROWING BEES.
Vbhey Are '.%t Soce!ia 'Ctwet, Like the
Idefey M~akers.
Thebl~irrowitig b~~are coiwtonly
Milked with su.ltairv inseets. Certainly
they are. not *~..I." ii' Inu gaii4rj~iz-
ed eviubuaujit"e-. lke ..# hoeit*es. But
Ufte might veutur-- to) kCdli tLt!w -1negb-
bujrly iL lto,- ~rttle-v 1''se to maike
their CdIerriou-A h. peopled r- bighborboo.Ns.
Their burrow aite.; or.- preferably up,--
on hard, dry sfrnt-a. with a bit of slope.
ruiaybt. Therelin tle mouther will ,in~l;
a shaft eight or it- utinces deep. aud
about tbre.-eigihbs of an iuch wide.
Con eithe-r Mile -he will dhi"t otmuall
ovate ('w-lk', fivet' or --ix n all. whif-h slit
duily p'A isdious andl supplies %ith an
Tihe buri~m.v-g nnr#al..,ut tt.~hi ne-of
the #,A't'tipiiiit :,!!tA!-extenid tiuwrd for :j


foot or s,,. witii sundry eil'ir..'-'iieit.
aft-ir thle r'.ibiu tf t<-i-r kind. bh.-r'
In tlhe y,:i( g tr. l-bred. In lthe Ihi:bt
of tV.'0 i' .,n thi"-' J.,' !i i o
are thte -'-i.' 4 twiltt
reso'nids, ; ulii.. t' itig. 's th.'
iu ts ; 'y : ; ,! fr<, ,'i l:iir-lIlt l diiti+ i
bent. i'],* iiil-h~ilr tlif.ir lilir't-l'it-s wi'h '
poll-i i dto' l.i ;i.\ %l" ot" t!_''*v just ili'd l !- I' !' t'irr,%'-)w a.It- :*u iinter-
est; n ir t::i i4:.-* ','t lifo ir._es ,n. Be
y.oid tb" ".,,-\\,iy. \\liirh i- nt!:, ut the
leing'.Lh of t!h- *-o-. Th.r, ri-zes a N btule--a Tiivy '\ niiioa f tile lturrovw--
who(e l .s .. -...au .'l,'ars. just within
the gat-N ;tiy. will 'iface toward the
opetnilijg. oi- of the housekeepers, now
the flu Ie il'l Ilow thle ftemale. but often-
er the forier, kL-vio-l constantly on
guard. Awld great nitel there is for
tslch ,.-ntry ( itly. for inseit rogues aud
thieve' I,-i,.*.- thlt doors to plunder
tbe contents of the uuri-eries or infect
them w-ith ilia-iti, egg-A Harper's.



How Is Baby Today?
Better, thank you. In tact, quite well
Fat, round and lull of hlife and mischieL
Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim,
pies. No cough, no indigestion.
All on account of





admninisterei by a mother whose love
wa3 tempered with common sense.
She knows that OZOMULSION is
a fountain of energy fcr grown-ups,
too. It stops waste of flt.h. It makes
plenty of rich blood. For pale. feeble
folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
least. It cure Consumrption whea
taken in time. A'i druggists sell it-
5o cents and 1i.oo the bottle. Let us
send you
Free Sample Bottle by Mall
VWrite letter or postal to
OZOMUSION CO.
0 Pine Street. New York



DYSPEPSIA
'Ha'ing takon )',-ur won',erful "'cas"arpts" for
three ii:.iittu i !..l a j~ *t;" irt'i ;Ul' tt Ot Iillnacb
catlrrri aol ',l fh .p ,-a l thilrk a w.,rdi of praise is
dueto"i'ascaretu irtheirwondeedil c(,cL.)Sition.
1 h vec talteu iLk)'-r ., iLcr so-cail-I remediel
.butn w:bioau vail a l I til, i that 'a -&kr'ti reiievi
more .a a dJay tL&I a.l tL. jtler, I ia.ve taieD
would iu yv.ar'
Juames Mcaxue IJ Mercer St Jersey City, N. J.


Pleamant Palatable Potent Taste Good. Do Good
Never Sicket, V, 6a 'kni ,r ripep. 10. 2c.5c 50c..Nevez
sold in bii.. 'i.. p. n, !,i. tablet tarnmp,:4 C4QC.
GUmrwittcd lo c,.rc ,r y .ur iuuaey bcii.
Ster;ing Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 592
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES





FOLEY'S



HONEYANDTAR

The original

LAXATIVE cough remedy.
For cough-s, c>/i1s, throat and lung
troubles. No (1i, rates. Nrin-alcoholic.
GLood fureercri bodN S.jAd e vcry where.
The genuine
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is in
aYellow package. Refus b-.1bL-titutea.
Prepared only by
Foley & Company, Chicago.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS


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Meahs Are. They Wff
Turn Little PIgs. W

Heavy Wir. Close Mesh, Pig rTght
Top and bttom bars No.
o10 galvanized wire, later-
mediate bans No. I galraa-
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For Boys and Girls
THE KODAK BOX
t, Fee it at the Postoffice


Mrs. Phatte-Oh. now you've come I
do hope you'll stay to lunch and let
your husband call for you. What does
he like best tor lunch,
Mrs. Yonge-Anything that we haven't
got on the table, as a general rule.


Irom.
In an article on prehistoric iron the
Industrial World states that during
Boman occupation, from the middle of
the first century to 411, England had
a commercial Iron industry, which has
been continuous to the present time.
The Swedish industry has been con-
tinuous from the thirteenth century or
earlier. In the American colonies the
first successful attempt at iron making
was at Lynn, Mass., in 1645.
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,
cold-: and lung troubles is not affected
by the National Pure Food and Drug
law as it contains no opiates or oth-
er harmful drugs, and we recommend
it a' a safe remedy for children and
adults. sold by all druggists.

DEAD AND ADRIFT
The de'ad body of B F. Beyer was
found in a small boat on the St. Johns
river near Mayport Saturday evening.
Be-yer was from Sandu.ky., 0., and *,'as
ab_,uit 7u years of age. He had estab-
lishet-d a hunting camp on Stowe's Is-
land and lived there alone. The cause
,of hi- death Is unknown
PILES! PILES! PILES
Dr. Williamr-' Indian Pile Ointment
. ill cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated and
it. hitg piles. It absorbs the tumors.
Allay.us the itching at once, acts as a
p-m ltic-, gives i;...-iediiate rt-li-f. Dr. j
\Villiaris' Indian vit k Ointm -tiit i. pre-
pared for piles ai.l itching of !he pri-
v;ate part-. Ev;-,' L,,x is guaranteed. ,
Soi' by Tvlitug. e' 'o Byi mail, 5!0i
.t-,-ts and $1. WVti,..'i:i- Manufactur-
oisg <',mpiit., proprie.,or-. ('le\ -land. '
THE PENINSULAR
INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE CO.
OF JACKzl), VILLi. FLA..
Pays the most liberal sick, accident ,
and death benefits upon the payment
af small weekly premiums.
The Peninsular is one of the strong-
est insurance companies in the land,
and has many thousands of policies in
force iin rlorida. All claims are paid
oromptly upon demand. Call on or
i .'.rite S. P. Brococi.gton, Local Agent.
affice over Teapot Grocery, Ocala, Fla.
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Arrival and Departure of Train" at
Ocala
Day Trains
Northbound...... ....... 12 57 p m
So.-ithbouiid. .. .. ...... .. -2:20 p. M.
Night Trains !


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