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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 19, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume ID: VID02996
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Vdn 12, Numer 1(5. OCALA. FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 191N. Fy


Fesh Anivals

Drlek 8. Swemier Cheese.
A MAAm


MAYOR M'CONATHY'S MESSAGE

He Shows Where There has Been Con-
siderable Misunderstainding in Re-
gard to Sprinkling the Streets
and Impounding Stock


JUST


RECEIVED


Anko ice1neo~ f Cut GIAssAnAm


reIB ril m s W Edit,,r Star: In your issue of the - -W-w dtmw y v% ab %ww nww Wm A ,
PPm m Puld~ng17th in.t. %Pu say:
"Mr I!! K. Nelson, chairman of the Silverw are.
Fany CjkeS M.tr-e-t co(rInt.ltte admits that the pub-
Fucy Cakes, )fic stre,-t.-4 ar(,un'l .0 afa are- In a de-
PON" Packages Stlled Boales i'oral#i- c.n itiomn ith dust and by all
rnean" iholld b!- !prinikl.-d, but he said
Poll Ps ae FIls, t that the ,mayor said if th- inerchanti O CL MSI
want the streets sprinkled they must O CL A U C O O
a5dA ,isdo it the-rnmselves."
Shew e 111IN16
I wa.s satisfl-e.1 on reading the above+
Cranbries and that Mr. N-lson was misunderstood by JEWELERS, OCALA, FLA.
y ou, and t informs mi- that he did _______________ ___________
Cruberry Sauce al .,u n .-h
r not make- this statement which implies
TEAn T nGROCERY. hV t th-emiayorontr sthe matter of PO brAd AM
T R OTI.stzo--- drinkingg. Should the mayor B u s Fi a I m
direct th- .,treet ov-r.eer to sprinkle
he could p:'.jperly info,)rm him that he Notize of Session of
,had no authority in the. matter; and Ocala Lodge No. 851, A regular commun-
ABT E Y S should he use the \,ater at the may- Benevolent and Pro- ation of arion-Dnn Loge, No. 19run-
ABOUT THE EYES or's order, on pre.entatin of the bill tective Order of Elks. C e 1
F. & A. M., will be held in the temple,
Sfor same by the water company the Reguar session on 2nd and 4th Thursday evening, Dec. 21.
Your y a ubjt t man council could with perfect propriety uesdaysIn each month. Visiting Visiting brothers cordially invited.
Yuey "re subject to as many refuse to pay it. It must be apparent oroth.rs cordially Vigbtted. N. L Gottlieb, W. M.
dtilff nt defects as the body is to do- therefore that having no power in the Win. Andern, Exalted Ruler. Jake Brown, Secretary. w
ftimatie. Whereas it should be one premises he could not have said whoi David S Williams Secretary .cer
of the moot perfect organs of the body. should do the sprinkling. ;
It is natural that you should need I have always favored the sprinkling THE TfXAS WONDER FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
of the public square and a block or bladder ad rheu- An Evening Star to read and take
glosees for reading, writing, sewing two approaching It, even if the entire ICures all kidne, bladder ad rheu- away with you free, with your meals.
and etherclawwork ewe h;xew riatic trouble-:. ,-ld by all drugstures,
Stthe e work n the expense is born bythecity. However1,)r t:%, wr:h*- treatment by mail for at Keating's Cafe.
ages of 40 to 50, a perfect eye should i as th4 i.nrredlate benefit w-ould Inure ,$1. Dr. L 1 i' Iil, 226 Olive street,
need gla-s at this age to relieve them to those p doing business : on thooe St L. ui, Mo. Send for testimonials. i OL A I 0 N
-treet,, I think they should help pay I ,odi cl yth niMnpl
from the *train when used for aloee or treet' think should hen Oala th Anti-Monopoly
the expense. I am in favor of cover- Drug Oatu e. t Ohe nti-onloglis
near work. Many young people n eed ing thoe Atreets, and as soon as the Dru- L D N 1
glasses early in life to relieve the city is able to do so, all others that "WOODMAR" FRUIT Ce
various forms of eyestrain, which is are made of lime rock, with a materialWOODMAR FRUIT
the ause of 7S per ent. of all head that will prevent the dust, and am now I have a few boxes of fancy fruit. 7:30 p. in. Castle Hall over Peyser's
the caue of per en. o al in correspondence with a party with half oranges and half grapefruit, suit- store. A cordial welcome to visiting
ahes. Just think: It has been proven the view cf getting the matter before able for C',risimas gifts. Price, $3 per brothers. Jake Brown, L. C.
by eminent authorities that 3 people the council, box, f. o .b. Eastlake. David S. Wood- Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.
out of every 4 that have headaches On March 29th, 1906, the following row, Postoffice Box, 957, Ocala. AN ALARMING SITUATION
have defective eyes. Glasses are the communication was presented to the
remedy, beaue they CORRECT the cl For Boys and Girls frequently results from neglect of clog-
DEFECTS. When properly fitted there "To the City Council of Ocala: I THE KODAK BOX ged bowels and torpid liver, until con-
DEFETS.Whe proerl fitedstipation becomes chronic. This con-
is no eye strain. When you get reaoy j hand you herewith a proposition of the ,Ask to, s-e it at the Postoffice Drug- edition is unknown to those who use
tot relieved of thaes headaches cani Ocala Water Co. to furnish water for Store. Dr. King's New Life Pills; the best
and ee me. I make a specialty of cor- sprinkling the streets at 15 cents per and gentlest regulators of stomach and
reacting eyes where others fail. Satis 100 gallons. Drink Green Springs natural mineral bwels. Guaranteed by Tydigs & Co.,
faction guaranteed, or money refund- 'It is desirable to sprinkle the fol- water at the Anti -Munopoly Drugstore. druggists. Price 25 cents.
ed. My references are those that I lowing streets. Fort King. railroad to
have relieved. Magnolia: South street. railroad to
DR. D M. BONEY, Powv-r's corner: North street, railroad
Sto Magnolia: Main, market house to
Eyesight 8peoialist. Optical Parliri Dunn's Park, Magnolia, Martin's stable
2 and 4 Gary Building, Ocala, Fla. to Baptist church. ao 5 gl
-This wil require about 5,000 gallons $0111
each time, so if covered twice a day it
A C hoi Stock would cost for water about $1.62 per _____
AChoice Stock day 10^j^*
"The efforts of the chairman of your
Of Fresh Beet Pork street committee and myself to get a
rei eel, or bid for furnishing a man and team /x I-
have so far been unavailing. I recom- aM =
And M utton, mend that your street committee take
this matter up at once.
Vegetables, Fruits, Poudtry, "R McConathy, Mayor."
Fam Fisah ('iett.e nan Which was referred to the street


F-"6651 Jaa, J .W w j1u
Choice Fresh Family Gruc
cries, always on hand from
which to do your marketing.
Send or bring us your or
ders and they will have
prompt attention

W. E. SMITH.
No. 98 North Magnolia St.
Phone 132


Electrical Supplies.
I have a well selected stock
ot Electric Fans, in both the
General Electric Co. and the
Westinghousemake. The lat-
ter cost a little more, but re-
quire less current to operate
them. I also carry in stock
Fancy Globes, High, Low
Lights, etc.
All kinds of electrical work
and repairing done at reason-
able prices, under a full guar-
antee. If your lights are out
of fix, or you need wiring
done, phone to No. 222.

Walter Tucker.


Hunnicutt's Woodyard


I have bought the woodyard locat-


committee.
On April 3rd. 1906, the following ap-
pears on the minutes of the council:
"Bids were read from D. W. Tomp-
kins & Co., also G. T. UIddon, for
furnishing team and driver for sprink-
ling streets. Mri. Nelson, chairman of
the street committee, also states that
Mr. Martin, of the Marion Farms
Stables, had put in a verbal bid. Af-
ter discussion the bids were laid on
table definitely motion of Mr. Owen,
duly recorded and seconded."
It Is only by the grace of the council
that the mayor can meddle in the city
matters of this character at all.
RL McConathy.
Impounding Stray Cattle
Messrs. Editors of the Ocala Banner
and Evening Star: In the minutes of
the City Improvement Society publish-
ed by you last week appears the report
of its committee to appear before the
city council in which it is stated: "Mr.
Robertson said that he understood that
there was an understanding between
the mayor and the marshal not to im-
pound the stock."
i am notified that the committee mis-
understood Mr. Robertson's remark;
and since the high source from which
it comes given the charge credence, I
think it worth while to notice it, es-
pecially since it Is a serious one.
My reasons for saying the committee
misunderstood him are: First, that
Mr. Robertson would not have made
such a statement, having no reason
to do so; second, he informs me that
hie did not use the language attributed
to him. and the committee got it
wrong: third, the remark that he says
he made, and which was taken down
by the city clerk and is of record, is:
"Councilman Robertson stated that he
was of.the opinion that it was up to
the marshal and mayor to enforce the
ordinance against animals running at;
large in the city limits."
It is very hard to quote a person
correctly; and I have no doubt but
that the committee thought they were
doing so, but as they possibly never
before appeared before so august a
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JAPANESE HAVE THE JIEJAMS
Their Consul at Honolulu Says His
Government Fears the Fate of
the Maine for its Ships
Honolulu. Dec. 19.-According to an
official statement made here today the
United :States will not receive a visit
from the Japanese navy next February
as heretGfre announced.
The Japanese consul here is author-
ity for this statement, and the rea-
solis for the change are somewhat
:tartiiig to Americans.
The Japanese consul said that the
Japanese :.uadron. which is to arrive
here next February, will not proceed
to San Francisco as originally intend-
ed, because a repetition of the Maine
disaster was feared if the program
should be carried out.
He stated that his government be-
lieved that such a thing was possible
owing to the overwrought condition
of ihe American feeling Just now to-
ward Japan and it was deemed beat
not to tempt fate in any such manner
as sending warships to American ports.
Passed Examination Successfully
James Donahue, New Britain, Conn,


writes:


"I tried several kidney reme-


dies, and was treated by our best phy-
sicians for diabetes, but did not im-
prove until I took Foley's Kidney Cure.
After the second bottle I showed Im-
provement, and five bottles cured me
completely. I h:.ve since passed a rigid
examination for life Insurance." Fo-
ley's Kidney Cure cures backache and
all forms of kidney and bladder troub-
le. Sold by all druggists.
AOKI SMILES AT THE IDEA
Of a War Between the United States
and Japan
New York, Dec. 19.-After Interview-
ing the amicable relations long exists
ing between the United States and Ja-
pan, Viscount Aoki. the Japanese am-
bassador, last night declared that his
people were fully alive to the magni-
tude of Japan's obligation to this coun-
try. the memory of which would be a
living monument of the cordial friend-
ship that cements the two nations.
Eastern Asia, he said, was large
enough for the commerce of all nations,
and the dream of the pessimist who
saw the phantom of a struggle between
the United States and Japan for the
supremacy of the Pacific was too ridic-
ulous to be made the subject of serious
thought.
Ambassador Aoki was the guest of
honor at the diner of the American
Asiatic Association, held at the Wal-
dorf-Astoria.
This Will Interest Dyspeptioe
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will
give you back 60 cents (purchasing
price) if Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy
fails 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
-tar of hops for all dyspeptics. Cures
the wor.-t cases. Druggists or by ex-
press, 5vc. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore,
Ocala, Fla. Call or write.
Rivers That Flow Backward.
Near Argostoli, a town on one of the
Greek Islands, four little torrents of
sea water, rolling on an average fifty-
five gallons a second, penetrate Into
the fissures of the cliffs, flow rapidly
Inland and finally gradually disappear
Into the crevices of the soil. Two of
these water courses are sufficiently
powerful to turn all the year round the
wheels of two mills constructed by
an enterprising Englishman. Tbis
seems at first sight absurd on the face
of it, but it Is quite easily explained.
The hills of the island are of soft, cal-
careous rock. full of figures, and suck
up water like immense sponges. In
consequence the pools In their subter-
raneau caverns are always lower than
the surrounding sea, so to restore the
balance these little brooks, fed by the
waves, are always descending Inland.
The curious yet natural result of the
constant evaporation of the sea water
is that gigantic masses of salt crystals
are constantly forming In the caves.-
Strand Magazine.
EARLY TO BED
And eauy to rise makes one healthy,
happy a I wise -especially if you take
Herbine before retiring. A positive
cure for constipation, dyspepsia and all
liver cornplaaints. Mrs. S.-. Columbia,
Tenn.. writes: "I always keep a sup-
ply of your Herbine on hand. Am so
pleea.,ed with the relief it gives in con-
stipation and ail liver complaints, that
words can't express noy appreciation."
Sold by tnc Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


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newest, and mo:t complete Stocks of
Jewelry Ahi Kian9s,
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Our prices will compare most favorably
with our competitors, and the goods are
the very best. Give us a share of your
business.

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PAGE TWO


OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1906


EVENING STAR


C. L. BITTINGER CO.

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroel
Proprieto and Publtsher.

C. L. BITTINGER,
Editer and General Manager

R. R. CARROLL,
City Editor and Businees Manaeer.

THERE'LL BE SOMETHING DOING
There'll be something doing at the
city ball tomorrow afternoon, when
the committee on plan and scope of
the Ocala board of trade, make their
report on the matter of the A C L
railroad's condition.

THE FAIR'S BIG SALE
The lair, A. L. Webb, proprietor, has
put on another big sale. This time
it is to close out the stock, and the main
object of Mr. Webb is to do this as
quickly as possible, and to do that he
has put the prices of goods down to the
very bed rock.
Mr. Webb will move his stock of mer-
chandise to Hawthorne, where he was
formerly located, as soon as he can
sell off part of the stock, as he d(es
not wish to move any more of it than
he can help. If you are looking f r
bargains. don't fall to attend this sale,
as the goods are going regardless of
cLt.

MRS. DUVAL ENTERTAINS
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Louis W.
Duval in honor of Mrs. W. M. Scott,
sister of Mrs. E. L. Carney, entertained
at her home on Oklawaha avenue. The
occasion was a very pleasant one and
those who were so fortunate to be pres-
ent had a delightful time.
Mrs. Duval was assisted in entertain-
ing by her sister, Mrs. Wm. H. Hocker.
Those present on this delightful oc-
casion were: Mesdames WV M Scott,
E. L Carney, R. A. Burford, C. R. Ty-
dirgs, Jean Austin. S. T. Sistrunk, J.
C. B. Koonce. Mamie Howse-Stovall,
Misses Mattie Williams and Annie Da-
vis.

MR. JONES' IMPROVEMENTS
Mr. Herbert C. Jones is improving
and b, utifying the block of residences
.he purchased recently from the J. N.
Strobhar estate. The 'Strobhar resi-
dence, which *Mr. Jones is occupying.
has had a new roof put on and the in-
tertlor of the house is being worked
over and will then be painted on the
outside.
The Glenwood hotel is being painted
and some improvements being made on
the Inpide, while the McGrath residence
will be painted and otherwise improv-
ed. The fences will be repaired and
painteJ around the entire block.


COAST LINE COLLISION
One Killed and Several Wounded on
Yesterday Afternoon's North
Bound Train
Jacksonville. Fla., Dec. 19.-Atlartic
Coast Line passenger train No. 82,
northbound from Tampa, collided hezd-
on with a southbound freight near
McGulre's Creek, seven miles from this
city yesterday evening.
The dead: Claude Bailey, white, ex-
press helper, first trip out.
Seriously Injured. W. F. Shelly, en-
gineer of passenger train, shoulder dis-
located. H. V. Coulter, express mes-
senger, body crushed and internally
injured; may die. Baggage Master
Wooten, leg broken.
Other members of the crew and sev-
.-ral passengers were slightly injured.
The express, mail and baggage cars
of the passenger train were telescop-
ed and five gondola coal cars were piled
on top of one another.
The responsibility of the wreck has
not yet been fixed.
ODD FELLOW'S ELECTION
The members of Tulula Lodge No.
22, I. 0. 0. F., held their semi-annual
annual election last night with the fol-
lowing result.
Noble Grand-Jake Brown.
Vice-Grand-W. E. Bryant.
Secretary-T. D. Bryan.
Treasurer-J. H. Benjamin.
Trustee-Ed Jeffords.
Installation Wednesday Night, Jan. 2
The lodge will not meet again until
Wednesday night, Jan. 2, on which
date the newly elected officers will be
installed.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
With local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood on constitutional disease,
and In order 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
pne of the best physicians in this coun-
try for year 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.
MATTOX IS THE MAN
Guilty of the Thanksgiving Tragedy
on the Southern and the Death
of President Spencer
Washington. Dec. 19.-The official in-
vestigation of the Southern Railroad
into the rear-end collision, which oc-
curred at Lawyers, Va., on Thanksgiv-
ing day, and in which President Spen-
cer, of the Southern, and six others,
including a number of prominent peo-
ple, lost their lives, has been conclud-
S- .


Dr. Blltch, ho was called home ed, and the rU1ponsibility for the wreck
Monday night to administer to the sick placed on G. D. Mattox, block operator
and afflicted, returned this morning at Rangoon station, Va. Just what is
and reported that Mrs. J. T. Burgess to be done to Mattox is not yet made
is very IIl, as is also Mrs. J. W. Coul- public.
ter and Mrs. W. P. Hammond
DEATH- FROM LQCKJAW
The court disposed of several cases Never follows an injury dressed with
this warning, notably that of Rachael Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
Owens, colored, of Belleview, wh ,was and healing properties prevent hood
held for trying to put out heihus- poisoning. Chas. Oswald, merchant of
band's eyes with acid. She way sen- Rensselaersville, N. Y., writes: "It
tenced to serve two years. cured Seth Burch, of this place, olthe
ugliest sore on his neck I ever sa ."
Mr. and Mrs. George Turnerf Pine, Cures cuts, wounds, burns, and sores.
were in town today intervJAwing the 25 cents at Tydings & Co., druggists.
merchants. Mrr. T. is a bride of a Price 25 cents.
month. She is from Colynbus. Ga..
and is a very handsome looking young INSURANCE ELECTION
woman. The election for trustees in the Mu-
Stual and New York Life Insuripce
Every member and citizen jf Ocala c-cmpanles seems to have resulted in
should be In evidence at th meetinglfavor ut the administration.


if the board of trade tomorrow after-
noon. The purpose of the meeting is
to meet Mr. Ellis, attorney genc-al of
the state, and give specific complaints
against the execrable service of the At-
lantic Coast Line ralgoad. Come and
help the good work cijjrg.

Miss Mona Seville, of Brooksville. is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lambert,
during the holidays. Mr. Lambert is
home for the holidays from Waycross,
Oa., where he Is working In the cause
of temperance.

Mrs. W. D. Turnley and her four
bright boys will arrive In Ocala from
Dade City Friday o tjpend the holi-
days with Mrs. Turnlefs mother, Mrs.
Fannie Gary.
Mr. T. B. Walker, of Jacksonville,
the new Florida passenger agent for
the L& & N. railroad, was in the city
last night and today, a guest of the
Oeo;a ouse. Mr. aWlker was on his
way to St. Petersburg.
The first official duty of Ellsor Lang
was to summons a Jur for the trial of
Sheriff Gordon. He started out in his
auto yesterday afternoon and made a
vlUt to Summerfleld. Levon, Pedro and
back to Ocala in less than four hours.
W. E. Kyle. who Is an Important
personable In the traffic department of
the A. C iL. at Wilmington. N. C., was
In to see D. E. Mclver this morning
on railroad matters. He is trying to
relve the passenger and freight pres-
sure in this section.
The mayor's court this morning was
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Sincerely. Beatrice Marean. Backatism coa
Ocala, Fla.. December, 1906. matism, and klp
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CONFERENCE APPOINTMENTS yield readily to
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Stations of Methodist Ministers in The They quickly c
Gainesville District for the the system and
Next Year week's treatment
Netmended and sole
F. R. Bridges, Presiding Elder. Drugstore.
Gainesville--LT. J. Nixon.
Alachua-T. W. Moore.
LaCrosse-J. V. Brown.
High Springs-J. L. Yates. J. E.
Starke-C. W. Inman.
Melrose-T. H. S. trunk. DENTAL
Interlachen-T. L. Cooper.
Bushnell-G. H. York. Ofmc Upstairs,
Altoona-J. P. Smith.
Wlldwood-B. H. Freeman. OCA
Ocala-R. V. Atklsson.
Umatilla-D. L. Switzer. Ten
Lady Iake-W. C. Davis. _
Leesburg-L. D. Iaynes.
Crystal River-J. S. Collier. F T -
Martel-M. H. Outland. o
Inverness--L H. Cole.
Reddick--M D. Cunningham. Empty I
SCitra-J. E. Mickler.
j Micanopy-T. J. Barr.
SWllllston-A. M. Dalger. When you ha'
Bronson-R. M. Williams. a call on us wil
Rochelle-C. W. Matheson.
Anthony-W. A. Weir. We Call
1 j s(dnna vtn I' *.k- W _. _


Student to Empnry and Henry-J. A.
tS MorrCow.
I Agent Conference Orphanage-J. P.


Tip Tap Coffee.
Blue Label Col
I'o. Ma=kerel,


autiiul


Holiday


MAYOR N'CONATH'S MESSAGE

(Continued from First Page.)

streets, sidewalks, cleanliness, animals
and livery- stables could be published
herewith, but tot, much space would
be required. If any one cares to know I
my views on these subjects they c:an
read them as they are un file in the NO STOI
city clerk's office.
Mr. Gates is quoted in the report of eber
the society's committee as saying. "Our 1rl
mayor was not in sympathy with the ,, I
society.' U s, ai
I am unable to recall any word or
act of mine that expressed want of
sympathy towards the efforts of tLese
good women, so I fear they did not I BI
catch Mr. Gates' exact language. How-
ever that may be, it is not of impor-
tance so far %s the success of their Framed or u
work is concerned. I appreciate their
efforts to beautify and make attrac-
tive our surroundings, and know that if
what they are striving to do shall be
accomplished it will be a great benefit
and lasting testimony of their patriot- Mantle.
ism. It is a hard task, and certainly
discouraging when on their return
home from their summer "vacation" to
find that their winter and spring woik
was not appreciated by their husbands of all sizes a
whom they left behind, and who in
their absence have let the weeds grow and at
so high on the sidewalks that they can
scarcely get in their front gates. I do
sympathize under such conditions. and\ LEL1 I1 1
If the prayer of the wicked avalleth.
the new leaven going into the next
year's council will leaven the whole
lump and make them do Just what the Center Tab]
CI*l Improvement Society wishes done. Center Tab]
R. McConathy. M mission fini
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals, in the difier<
at Keating's Cafe. dainty Vern
FROM MRS. MAREAN long one 7
Editor Ocala Star: Please allow me straight and
space in your valuable columns in The most c
wh'ch to thank my many friends in Rockers, in
Ocala and vicinity for their tender
sympathy for my daughters and myself to see. Also
in our late double bereavement, and
for their tokens of affection and es- Y OU Shoul
teem bestowed upon our beloved dead. seen our Tal
Such friends make life worth living
and but for God's blessing in bestow- ticularly pr(
ing them upon us, I do not see how
we could have survived our trying Hand
ordeal.
I wish it were within my power to in the dliffei
thank each Individually, but as cir- Chairs. Art
cumstances force me to leave Ocala at .
once I must content myself with this lmporteu dC
method of thanking them and of as-
suring them that the memory of their Paril
tender sympathy will ever remain with-
in our grateful hearts.
Ocala has been my home for twenty-
four years. With my beloved and la- _.
mented husband I have watched with
pride its growth from an unpretentlons
village in the woods, through all its
trying vicissitudes, until It has become
the prosperous, progressive city 9f to-
day. We cast our fortunes here long
ago; we reared our children within its
genial and refined atmosphere. Side T h e
by side we journeyed with itf inhabi-
tants until many of our faces are turn-
ed toward the setting sun of life's
journey.
The scene of the plot of my first
book was laid within Ocala's fair en-
vironments, with its characters studied
and chosen from its inhabitants; and
many of my subsequent short stories
claim Ocala for their sitting, until the
very name of the place, to me, is as-
sociated with romance and song.
Who then can wonder that I love r4
the home of my adoption, as that in nmy for dude
heart it will ever be; my home around o/a/
which the fondest memories of my life jY//e r i
will cling. v d J a
I gob a new home, and there arai
new surroundings, hope in time to le'rn
submission to God'r will, and to be
able to continue my chosen w rk. C O
When that work is done, be it earl or
late, my final resting place will be in
Ocala's own beautiful city of the dead; car
there to slumber beside the loved or.s recve a
gone before, to await the day wnen the Marion Fa
mists shall be cleared from one's eyes an opportuajty i
and we shall see that all of God's plans needing mules '
were right "And what we deemed re- inspect the stocl


The finest line to select from in the
country.


Benutlal Portiere and Lace Crtas.
Table Scarfs, and Fire Screens in all of
the beautiful makes.


In Golden Oak, Birdseye Maple,
of Brass Beds of all styles and


Florida.


Pretty Dressing Tables and odd Bureaus iW. the
finishes.


The Largest and Prettiest Line of elp -a-A- wrimig eksa s Cues ra-- rb j'I
.nd finish, Art Squares in all weaves and sizes,
Different prices; Mattings. Linoleums, Etc. Gentlemen's Office Tables and Roll Top I)Dedo lal ,ir :
Sectional Book Cases, plain and leaied glamfhe t a k- i
r DINING TABLES, LIBRARY AN0D Caes. MuicCabinets in Oak MaAa nyC ats. any pMuiCa

OFFICE TABLES Lae .I Sol In mn o. M m


les in Mahogany, Golden Oak,
ishes-Old English, Antwerp,

Also Chairs an Rockers


and the different
and Fumed Oak


ent Mission finishes and Parlor Tables in the
iis Martin finish. The list of chairs is a very
We hav elegant leather and plush upholstered.
I Morris Chairs. Rockers. and Dining Chairs.
comprehensive line of Reception Chairs, and
Oak. Willow and Leather. that one could want
a pretty line for the children, from W5 to $4 eac


Id not furnish your dining room until
)les, in round or square, in any finish,
etty in the Golden Oak and Mission.


youlhave
but par-


[some Sideboards, Buftels, and China Closets


'ent and pretty finishes.
Squares. and a complete
hina Sets. A: new line of


All
line


,r and Hall Lamps That Are Very Al


styles of Dining
of domestic and


,tractive.


Toilet Sets and Jardinlers.


4Iclver


House Furnishers,


TAM PA, TZA / \-' -
Branch eSchoo/ afLZ/`ve Oak fa..Co_
nts /,laced .' OSI ofc ns tha n y any two other
r/or/da w fne Colurises e5,b Seec/a/ /nstrI rcu"ors r -
jrsOnn7j^,w Gooa Jo3rd- Ef/e9ani Cata/og u q .rec.-
0 or Jhedrtha b/ Mar/,- h. .A/i/a (t n, ,.rjdt.

-----'I --
ES JUST RECEIVED LOCAL 'LEGISLATION
mules have ju,;t been The citv coun, il held its regular ses-
tterson & Crutcher at .-in Tuesday evening. The following
rms Stables. Hear Is members were present Gates, Chace,
for all to invest. Those Carmichael. Nelson, Robertson and
will do well to call and Sage. .
k. J A communication was received from
W M. D. Jones asking for a reduction of
I hands anmifeet. rheu- taxes on lots 5, 6 and 7, block A and
ndred ahments, caused lot 4, block B Referred to finance
action A the kidneys |committee.
a short treatment of i A communication was received from
ey and Bladder Pills. D. W. Davis, asking reconsideration in
Irive the poison from the matter of giving policy on city
thus afford *elief. A building to J. M. Graham and give it
It for 25 cents. Recom- to him, w'ich was declined.
i by the Anti-Monopoly A communication was received from
'WV. L. Anderson and brother, asking
Permission to open up a market on the
corner of Broadway and Pond streets.
C H AC E Referred to market committee with full
C -A I I power to act.
I Dr. m. Anderson requested a re-
L 8URGLa 0N iduction of valuation on lot 44, Cald-
nwell's addition. Referred to the finance
Commercial Bank Bld'g committee.
The bill of Mr. Blue, for the Har-
ALA, FLA. risburg Machine Works, for $169.72 was
WA, C(l h. refused, on motion of Mr. Robertson.
All bills that had been properly ap-
proved were ordered paid. Balance
due fire chief and bill for extra time
at was ordered paid.
The mayor's veto of the Bell Tele-
1 tling phone ordinance was sustained.
4eeinn gThe matter of a fire chief was left In
!the hands of the chairman of the fire
Committee. H. G. Gates. Mr. Hamp
'e that "empty f ing Chambers was an applicant for the
1 give immediate ief. i position.
Your Attentiont The election returns were canvassed
Yand the following persons declared
...... ... ......25 elected: Mayor, L. T. Izlar; council-
fee ... ...... .. 25man from ward one. J. D. Robertson:
per kit ......... 1 50 from ward two, Charles Rheinauer:
from ward three. J. W. Crosby: from


Handsome sets of Harness, Saddles; VaisU Grips a&d'
Suit Cases, all sizes and shapes, from the chepet to tht9
finest made. Trunks of all styles and nd, and t awl
prices. We also have a most attractive lot of


'Waus fIw le Boys,


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Rangillg in prioeo pp to U~1
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you do not find what youi


If in this List


Men's Overcoats, Ladle


Long and Short Coats an


Heavy 4Jnderwear


At


M. Fishers


Alachua.
Anthony.
Archer.
Arredondo.
Berlin.
Blitchton.
Bronson.
CampvIlle.
Conant.
Connor.
Crystal River.
Lunnellon.
Dutton.
V,11 snin


Grahamvile.
Gainesvlihe.
Grove Park.
Hague.
Hawthorne.
Hernando.
High Springs.
Holder.
JAliette.
LaCrosse.
Levon.
McIntosh.
Micanopy.


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HANDSOME BED IM


Blankets and Bed Linen of all kinda


etc., and theU g e
prices that tis o rbd f


Pretty Bathroom Mirrors, Medicipe Cabinets, Chimo
Whatnots, Ladies' Work Baskets and Tables.


COOKING STOVES, RNUIES,

STOVES.


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want, inquire for it, as this is only a

partial list of what we carry.


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The East Florida Telephone Csmpq


OF GAINESVILLE AND THE


Ocala Telephone Compay


HAVE CONNECTIONS AND REACH THE FOLLOWING POIiTh


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tE In Florida presents a merm beantiu, setfl or a lagr IUte ul arndes, aHprple mir hIr so 1
ol the tamUy or any one of your rieuds, and at the sa e ras use r as dos ar wdm L i
pMsnts gdo se nbieg that will be kept aid used. Lok over Its schedMle, wMlb in a pr li: IN d*
d make your selekcius. ;


BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PICTURES


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Ad


OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1906


'. 4.': '


SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT

We have boxes to rent at $5.00 per year that will
hold a big lot of valuable pal*r-. .j:ew-lry etc. Also
larger boxes costing a little m,,re. ,Com and s-e them.


MUNROE & CHAMBLISS,
BANKERS.
Ocala, Florida.




THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK


OF OCALA


Is modest but progressive, and

offers every legitimate induce-


meant to customers.


Correspon-


dence or a visit invited


J. B. BROOKS, Cashier.


Late Arrivals


W E IH AVE Ji i(sT.,


I t1'FACEIVELD SOME1IL


Beautiful Cut Glass,


Sterling and Plated Silver


and Fine China


THAT WAS LO)N( I)ELAYEI) IN TRANSITT


COME IN AND SEF THE (GOOI)S


A. E. Burnett,


The Jeweler


We Are Open for



Business...


We have put in a full line of Men's,

Ladies', and Children's Shoes, Men's and
Boys' Clothing, Gent's Funi-shhig, Etc.

Our prices are very reasonable. Satis.

faction guaranteed.

THE SAMPLE CLOTHING AND SHOE 00C.,


Montezuma Bloc'c,


Bloom & Foor, Proprietors.


Ocala, Florida.


FURNITURE FURNIT URE

Don't think for a minute that we have gone
out oi the Furnmiture Business in Ocala. We
are here to stay and have some exceptionally
fine bargains to offer in FURNITURE and all
kinds of HOUSE FURNISHINGS both new and
second-hand.L
Ouar holiday line is coming in and:contains
many rare bargains in beautiful goods. Give
M -ft imft" V ...Ift a n a a," ~d


OCALA OCCURRENCES

E-atsru1a, at C iondonS
i!',,-r ,ljihe<- at Con.fd, S.
Gold b a.b at Condrn's.
Silver ai:r~r.d et- at Conlon's.
Masnrs mnet tomorrow evening.
If your .ight; ar- out, 'phone No. 30').
Fans at C'.rdcn's. 10 to $7.
Japanese jar.iniers at Condor.'s.
Wedding ring napkin rings at Ocala
Music Co.

Mr R S. Ha'! has purchased the
Petteway lot *,:i Fort King avenue.
Crepe paper in ah. colors at 5 cents
per roli, at the Variety Store.

Special prices on Haviland c-hina at
the Poistoffic-e Drugstore.
A. _'. ('utri,. of Newport News, Va.,
is at the Mu:l':ezuir.a
Crf-p paptr iu a.l ejiors at 5 cents
per r(ii, at the Variety Store.
Manicure sets up to $42. Ocala
Music Co.
J. M. Condrey and G. W. Caruthers
of Coleman, are at the Montezuma.
Umbrellas, $1.50 to $16, at the Ocala
Music Co.

Nunnally's candies, the best in town,
at the Postofflce Drugstore
Dr H < Snow and Mrs. C. D. Kaegey
-f Fi ral City. ar,- at the Montezuma.
New lot cf ,-hafing dishes just in by
et:press at the Postoffice Drugstore.
There vwer tn.enty-four arrv-als a!
thp Mcmntr-zuma yesterday.
"Phon- ,'j if your light- are out of
fix.

All kinds of good" for the holidays
at the Oala News Company.
The city Vwa full of shoppers today
All the rnercliants were on the move.
SA nip lin,- of Japanese (metal) nov-
eltie. at the P,5stoffiee Drugstore.


Dr E. Van 1,il i.is having his res-
idence painted white-.
Crep- paper in all nolors at 5 cents
per r,,ll, :it the Variety Store,
There were thirty arrivals at the
Ocala ollus'e yesterday.
(Crrpe paper in all colors at 5 cents
per rull, at the Variety Store.
Sterling and plated coffe-e set.. Ocala
Music Co.
Attorney W. F. Himes, one of the
shining legal lights of Tampa, is in
the city.

Our line of goods is now opened and
we can suit you in anything at the
Ocala News Company.
Wood, wood. Order your stove wood
from B. H. Seymour. Phone 185.
Don't wait until freezing weather.
Mrs. L. B. Smith has had a new fence
built around her vacant block, corner
of Osceola ani South Third streets.
We want your prescription business
and are better prepared than ever to
take care of it. Tydings & Co.
Renwenlber the coupons with each 10
cent purchase, when you buy at the
Ocala News Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Arch McIver of Blitch-
ton, have moved into the city and are
seeking a cottage.
We have a complete line of drug-
gist's sundries and drugs. The most
up-to-date !n the city. Tydings & Co.
Green Springs natural mineral water
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore by
the glass, gallon or carboy.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Bryan moved to-
day in the honue owned by Mrs. Per-
ry, on Fort King avenue.
We are displaying a magnificent linue
o- screens, in all sizes, styles and
makes. Mclvex & MacKay.
A new lii.e of iron beds, nearly one
hundred different patterns and any
price desired, at Mclver & MacKay's.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Spencer are
rejoicing over the advent of a daughter
into their home
A Christmas box of perfume makes
a nice gift. We have a large line to
show. The Postoffice Drugstore.

Sunday school committees are invit-
ed to see our line before buying. We
make speciall prices. Ocala News Co.


Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier and Miss
Edna Dozier went to Tampa this morn-
ing
To[,-ili.t f,- t.- n ,- t r.c}ilt a-*c : ond m a n-


A Valuable Agent
The glyerie employed in Dr. Per?'le
medicines gmatly enhances the medi-
cinal properties which it extracts and
holds in solution much better than alco-
hol would. It also posaeses medicinal
properties of Its own. belg a valuable
' emulcent nutritive, antiseptic and anti-
tferment. It adds greatly to the efficacy
of tae Black Cherrybark, Golden Seal
root, Stone root and Queen's root. con-
tained in "Golden Medical Discovery" in
subduing chronic, or lingering coughs,
Lronchial, throat and lung affections,
for tld ,f which these agents are recom-
mended by standard medical authorities.
In ail ca-", where there is a wasting
away of flesh, loss of appetite. 'Ath
weak stomach, as in the early stages of
consumption, there can be no d:.ubt that
glycerine ;t. as a valuable nutritive and
aids the Golden Seal root. Stone root.
Queeon's root and Black Chcrrybark in
romotinog digestion and building up the
shandrA strength. controling the cough
aid bringing about a healthy condition
of the whole system. Of course. it must
Anot be expected to work nmiracles. It will
Liott ure consumption except in its earlier
stags. It will cure 7' ry t(vere. obstin-
ate. chronic coughs, bronch-.tal and laryn-
geal troubles, ad4 chronic sore throat
1ith hoarseness. In acute coughs it i3
not so effectivE. It is in the lingering
coughs, or thco-e of long standinr;g, even
%hen accompanied by tledirig fr.-m
lungs, that it has performed its most
marvelous cures. Scnd for and read the
little book of extracts, treating of the
properties and uses of the several med-
icintal roots that entc.r Into Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery and learn why
this medicine has such a wide range of
application In the cure of disc ises. It is
sent fre. Address Dr. B. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y. The 'Discovery" con-
tains no alcohol or harmful, habit-form-
ing drug. Ingredients all printed on each
bottle wrapper In plain English.
Sick people, especially those suffering
from diseases of long standing, are invited
to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. All
correspondence is held as strictly private
and sacredly confidential. Addria Dr.
R. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser Is sent free
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of
mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps
for paper-covered, or 2 itamAs fur cloth-
bound copy.


TO PATRONS, PUPILS AND
OTHERS INTERESTED
Mrs. Handle will have her quarter-
ly review of musical studies at Yonge's
Hall on Friday night, the z1st inst. at
8 p. im. Admi4slon free.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.

For Boys and Girls
THE KODAK BOX


Ask
Store.


to see it at the Postoffice Drug-


CASTOR IA
For Infet and Children.
Ie Kmi Ye Have Alwaps Bogt
Bears the
Signature of 4 7A

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.

WANTED


An elderly white woman can get a
good home in small family by apply-
ing to this office.
LOST-One Columbia bicycle, No.
3892. 22-Inch black frame, coaster
brake. Moved from front of stairway
at Elk's hall Tuesday evening, Dec.
11th. Suitable reward for return to
Stephen Jewett, Ocala, Fla.

R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK.

FULLER & BLALOCK
EM- - A.-.AT ~ m


LILN A AL SURGIUONS
0mce Over Iuroe & Chbmbliss' Buk
OCALAP FLA.

Terms, Cash-



DAVID S. WOODROW,


REAL ESTATE


PHOSPHATE LANDS A
SPECIALTY.


RooM 31, HOLDER
OCALA, FLORIDA.


BLOCK


PHOSPHATE LANDS
Either in hard rocK or pebble region.
If developed I can sell them for you.
If not developed, I can have the work
done for you.
I have the fulluwing to offer in
Ocala city nronertv:


EVERYBODY SHOULD BE THERE
Every businesF man who is interested
in the welfare of the state, is urged
to be present at the meeting of the
board of trade committee on plan and
scope, at the city hall tomorrow af-
terno-on.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
One of the most complete and attrac-
tive stock of fine, up to date Jewelry.
in the city is now on display at our
store. We may not have the Largest
or finest looking store in the country,
but we assure you that we have the
goods, the very best goods and the very
lowest prices
Be sure that you call and look over
our line of solid and plated silver, cut
glass and china, watches, clocks, pins,
rings, bracelets, charms and emblems
of all kinds, before ycu make your
Christmas purchases.
Fred G. B. Welhe. Jeweler,
South Side of Public Square.
WILL KEEP OPEN TILL
TEN O'CLOCK EVERY NIGHT
The Variety Store will keep open
until ten o'clock every night this week.
in order to accommodate its Immense
crowd uf holiday shoppers.
HAVE YOUR VISITING
CARDS ENGRAVED
The Star office will have your visit-
ing cards engraved and save you mon-
ey on them.


The lyceum course will open Jan. 2.
1907. The Aerial Ladies' Quartet, of
Boston. will be the first attraction.
Get busy, subscribers, and have your
seats reserved at an early date.

NOTICE TO PATRONS
OF THE POSTOFFICE
Dece:aber 23rd the postofflce will be
open from 9 o'clock a. m. to 12 o'clock
min. for the receipt of registered matter.
By an order of the department the


rates for box rent have been changed,
effective Jan. 1st. 1907, as follows:
Small boxes that have heretofore
rented for 25 cents and 50 cents per
quarter, the rate will be 60 cents per
quarter. The rates for the larger boxes
will remain 75 cents, $1 and $1.50, ow-
ing to the size, as heretofore.
George C. Cron, Postmaster.
WILL CONTINUE TO RESIDE HERE
Although it is Mr. A. L. Webb's in-
tention to move his stock of goods to
Hawthorne, he will continue to reside
in Ocala and keep his family here.
A STOCK COMPANY
The drugstore that will be opened
in the corner now occupied by the Bos-
ton Store some time in January or
February, will be owned by a stock
company, with a number of the lead-
ing business men of the city as stock-
holders. Mr. George Easterling will be
the manager and principle stockholder.
ATTEND THE MEETING
If you are Interested in the welfare
of this section In particular and the
state in general, you are urged to be
present tomorrow, Thursday, afternoon
at the city hall.
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.
WOOD CHOPPER WANTED
The Star has a large quantity of
wood on hand, and will pay fair wages
to any man who will cut it into stove
lengths.

- The following party from Terraalta,
Va., arrived at the Montezuma yester-
day afternoon, namely: Clyde and D.
F. Harliae, W. F. Binson, W. J. and H.
G. Wartring.
Glover McClure Is home for the hol-
idays from Belpoint, Ga., and will spend
the time with his mother and sister In
this city.
Mr. Ernest Lyles and wife, of Knox-
vile, Tenn., have arrived in the city
and will spend the holidays with their
larrnts.
The southbound A. C. L. passenger
train due here about 2 p. m., was
wrecked somewhere between Jackson-
ville and Ocala last night and had not
arrived up to press time this after-
noon.
Mcssirs. Patterson and Crutcher sold
a fine pair of big mules this morning
to the Northern & Southern Company.
at Cornell.
Mr. George Easterling left today for
Barnesville, S. C, to spend Christmas
with 10atlves.
Mr. E. T. Williams, who has been
spending the past five months in South
yesterday.
Mr. Nelson, of New York City, an up
to date job prirc-ter, has a position with
the Star.


MARION COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.


Land Titles Eamined.


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FJESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
WestemnNd,. Veal= Florida Stall Fed &ad, Usrtm, A.
mosi's StaS Ham, Azmurs Porfc SaMudb
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CUT HIS FOOT SEVERELY
Allie McBride, a negro man employ-
ed at a wood chopper at Holder, cut
his foot nearly in two with an axe yes-
terday afternoon. He was brought to
Ocala last night and Dr. Wilson dress-
ed the foot and sent the man to his
hc.me at Kendrick.

Millions of bottles of Foley's Homey
and Tar have been sold without any
person ever having experienced any
other than beneficial results from Its
me fur eouxhs_ colds and lunf tron-


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elusive, Dec. 3 th a 31st AA JM. .
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fice. W. W. Com08 M.4
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December 2oth to 25th inclusive; December 3oth, 31st
January 1st. with finallimit January 7th.


and


ASTRONOMY FOR LANDSMENI
Mew a Watck or Clock May Be Repg-
lated by Ohbervlg a star.
When some investigator makes tLt
"discovery" that the points of the cow-
pass can be approximately determined
by lo oing at the bun and using a
watch to show the divisions of the
plane it is apt to go the rounds of the
press as something very peculiar. If
this discoverer were sutficienlyv con-
versant with the principles of naviga-
tion to note for the public Laeneit that
the running of a watch or cloci may
be regulated by observing a star he l
might confer some practical benefit. -
This is a very simple thing to do and
might be of great use iu a country
place where accurate time is not ali
ways obtainable. but all that is ueces-
sary is a fixed location on the earth's
surface and any old thing in the way
of a timepiece.
cthuose a south window from which
any other fixed point comjlarativelyi
near and high, such as a chimney, side
of a Iyuildiug, etc., way be se-.n. To
the side of a window fasten a li,ece of
card having a small hole in it. so that
by looking through the hole with one
eye toward the edge of the elevated ob-
Ject some fixed star may be seeu.
Watch the progress of the star, and the ,
instant It vanishes behind the fixed t
point the observer must note the exact
time it disappears. Watch the same
star the following night, and it will
vanish behind the same object just
three minutes and fifty-six seconds t
sooner. If the timepiece marks 91
o'clock when the star disappears one
night it should indicate three u -utes
and fifty-six seconds less than the
following night. If several cloudy
nights occur together, follow the first
observation and deduct the product
from clock time to find the time the
star will pass.
Of course the same star can only be
observed during a few weeks, for, as
It gains nearly an hour in a fortnight,
It will in a short time come to the
meridian in broad daylight and be-
come invisible. To make sure the ob-
server is watching a star instead 6f a
planet, he should notice that .tars
twinkle, whereas planets give a steady
light because reflected, and. If he
wishes further assurance, he may ob-
serve that all fixed stars' appear to
maintain the same relative positions
with regard to each other, most no-
ticeable with the different stars in the
constellations, whereas a p'nnet
changes its place-with regard to the
other stars. This method of verifying
time is easier and more reliable than
the shadow on a sundial. In the fa-
mous observatory at Greenwich, Eng-
land, from which longitude is counted,
the clock by which chronometers are
set is regulated in just about this man-
ner, but over 200 of the fixed stars are
observed. The observations are taken
with a telescope, across the center of
which is the line of a spider's web to
mark the meridian.-Marine Journal.
IN PRAISE OF
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
There Is no other medicine manufac-
tuerd that has received so much praise
and so many expressions of gratitude
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
is effective and prompt relief follows
its use. Grateful parents everywhere
do not hesitate to testify to its merits
for the benefit of others. It is a cer-
tain cure for croup and will prevent
the attack if given at the first appear-
ance of the disease. It is especially
adapted to children as it is pleasant
to take and contains nothing injurious.
Mir. E. A. Humphreys, a well known
resident and clerk in the store of Mr.
E. Locke, of Alice, Cape Colony-, South
Africa, says: "I have used Chlamber-
lain's Cough Remedy to ward off
croup and colds in my family. I found
it to be very satisfactory and it gives
me pleasure to recommend it." For
sale by all druggists.


Peaullar Lilht Giving Animalt.
A peculiar light giving animal found
in southern Californian waters is the
leteropod. The heteropods, dazzling
white and almost shapeless, can often
be seen floating on the clear water.
Their bodies are almost transparent,
and they have in addition to a long
tall a powerful sucker, by which they
cling to seaweed. When these crea-
tures are irritated they seem to emit
a light from all over the body, though
one writer describes one in which the
light-red in this case-seemed to radi-
ate from-the center of the animal. Of
all the light giving animals the salpa
Is said to be the most wonderful. Like
the heteropod, this animal is provided
with claspers that enable it to fasten
to seaweed and rocks. So plentiful are
they n Calilfornian waters that the
Santa Catallna channel, which is from
eighteen to twenty miles wide and
about forty-five miles long, is at times.
literally covered with them as far as
the eye can reach. Covering the entire
surface and gleaming like gemus In the
sunlight, they present a beautiful pic-
tare. These animals constitute a del-
icacy much sought for by whales.
Some of them shed a silvery light,
while others yield blue and others red
*light.
FOLLOWING THE FLAG
When our soldiers went to Cuba and


WILL CURE YOU


of any case of Kidney o0
Bladder disease that is not
beyond the reach of medi-
cine. Take it at once. Do
not risk having Bright's Dis-
ease or Diabetes. There is
nothing gained by delay.
50c. and $1.00 Bottles.
REFUSE *TITUTES.
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A CHANGE ALL AROUND

Moody Went on the Supreme Bench
and a General Shuffle Took Place
in the Cabinet
WaS),.iinrton, D. -- 1H.-William H.
1oodjy. fl...!Rn.-riv ntt.,r- ri-. gt-neral, en-
tered up,ii, h- dUItaf- %-~--terdl ay an I
ascF.-sCiat- jus,'-e uf ti. t- upremie court
of thr 'Unit ,j States,. thus bringing
the court up r., the full membership.
He wa.- inducted into ofh'e. with the
u:-;al t.renh.-.i'_.
Asx .on a-. thr- opening of the s*s-
siun hat b rii announced by the court
\crit-r t'hit- Justic-' Puller proclaimed
the pre.-i -,'e ,>f the new associat,", say-
ing that it _av\ hilin pleasure to present
him to th.- r;l-iikbt-rs uf the bar. He
i was e.c-,rt.i-., by %Marshal Wright to
tl- ,a-at -'nii Itl. t-Xtl -lh left of the
bern h.
F'-jrmae-r S.-cr--tary Bonaparte was in-
trodu .eJlti t.- a\ tuurt a.s the new at-
iturno-y +f,-hrtal b the s-,ii,.itor general,
sl t',- .in w, N -Mr. '1,,.-..l in that r-apa-
( it .
I ''aS Striu.--. ,.f N-wv York. yV.--
t-rday v. ': -- inr 'r,..''.2 f-.l -hrdll shr-iiuu
ttr-rday \\-i- iha.,i -d -l intl, the oflice of

S rtr--arl t.i !i- l-a t l hf Ih camaint. r-c'tnt-
ly rad- ty Pr'-sid'-nt R(,i-.e\velt.
|Sir-rt~tl;!y M*I-taif. v. h,,z Mr. Straus
sucCc-edh-.l1 t,.k. tr ir. oath as se'-retar"
of th+e nav-y at l"h:-.., a. m., and as-
isun,-,1 tIh- !jutit- if tile office.
THAW TRIAL WILL BEGIN
MONDAY, JAN. 21, 1907
INew York. Dic. IS.--The date for the
trial of Harry Kendall Thaw. for the
murder of Stanford White has at last
been officially settled. The matter came
up for a final disposition before Justice
Nex% berger yesterday, and Jan. 21st
was set for the trial to commence, and
the hearing ill be before Justice Fitz-
gerald.


The Food That Does GooO





The Cod Liver Oil Emulsion "Par Ercildce for
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitls. La (rip.
Sore Throat aend l.urgs, Catarrh. Pneumwuia,
Confsumption and P1I t'ulmonary Disease*. Al
Druggists, two size. 50c. and $1.
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL
to all ending name and address to
OZOMUISION CO., 01 Piw Street. New Yor




PILES
"I have suffered with piles for thirty-six years.
One year ago hlat Ap-il I began taking Casearets
for constlpatlon. In the course of &week I noticed
the piles began to disappear and at the end of six
weeka they did not trouble me at all. Cascaret
have done wonders for me. I am entirely cored and
tgol like a new man." George Kryder, Napoleon. Q
Best For
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Pleauant. Palatable. Potent Taste Good Do Good,
Never Si'ken. Wea+ken-or Gripe. 10tc. 25. Me. Ne'er
sold in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped CCO.
Giaranted to cure or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 53
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES



FOLEY'S


KIDNEY CURE


FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals.


at Keating's Cafe.

The Enlihak Lonwbow.
The range and power of the English
longbow In its palmiest days were ex-
truordinary. notes a writer in C(ham-
bers' Journal. We have seen and han-
died one of these bows, said to have
been used at Flodden. It measured
six feet unstrung and the arrow thnbre_


feet. The pull must have been quite
100 pounds. To draw the cloth yar:l
shaft on such a bow would probably
defy the powers of even an exception-
ally strong man nowadays. But good
Bishop Latimer in his well known eu-
logy of English archery haA shown us
how from their boyhood Englishmen
were scientifically trained In the use
of the bow till. like Justice Shallow's
hero, old Double, they could "clap in
the clout at twelvescare -yards." Up
to what distance the old longbow was
really effective is a question not easy
to answer, but from the data we pos-
sess It may safely be assumed that
against anything but armor of proof
the cloth yard shaft was deadly up to
300 yards, while for combined rapidity
and efficiency in shooting no weapon
could compare with the longbow till
the introduction of the breechbloader.


Fellow Strufllers.
There -were some things which the
woman who had lived for twenty
years In a beautiful but lonely spot
within sight of the White mountains
had borne Just as Iong as she could,
and she did not care who knew it.
"What a rest it must be to you at
the end of the day's work to look at
those Lreat calm hills standing there
in the waning light." said an enthusi-
astic traveler whi had stopped'for a
glass of water.
The inhabitant of Ridge Hill farm
looked at her visitor with a hint of
scorn In her face. although her tone
was good natured enough. "I've look- I
ed at them hills just as many times as
I'm ever going to when I'm tired," she {
said slowly. "I save 'em now for Sun-
days when I'm some rested up. When
I'm mad and tired and ache all over I
go out back and look at my tomato I
vines and potatoes. They've both got
things to contend with here, same as I
have. That's what soothes me morie'n
any bills."
A Bird That Shaves.
Man Is not the only living creature'
that shaves. The bonmot, a South'
American bird, takes a dry shave reg- \
ularly. The bonmot has long blue tail
feathers. Each quill is adorned from
Iase to tip with soft blue down. This
arrangement the bird dislikes. There-
fore with its sharp beak it nips the ,
qlUills bare from the base out to about
an inch from the tip, where it main-
tains a neat oval of soft blue whisker.
Such- action seenim silly on the bon-
mot's part to certain philosophers.
though it seems no sillier than wan's
actiau in regularly s',raping bare his
cheeks and chin, while he maintains
on his upper lip an oval of soft hair
not unlike the bonmot's tail oval.

DEADLY SERPENT BITES
Ari- a. onfmnon in India a. are stomn-
ach and liver disorders with us. For
hli- latter. h',awvt-r, there is a sure


*.iu.lv-. r.leCtri' lnit'l'rs, 'lle g reat re-
s-torativ'e medicine. 'f which S. A.
BrowTn. of Bennettsvii., S. C., ayis:
"Th-ey r-'tort-i niy xtife to perfect
health after years of suffering with
dyspepsia and a chronically torpid
liver.' E-lectria Bitters cure chills and i
f-' tr' malaria, biliousness. lame ba,-k.
kidney troubi,- and bladd-er disorders.


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See How Clos Tese
Meshes Are. They Will
ram Little Pigs.

Heavy Wire, Close Mesh, Pig Tight.
Top and bottom bars No.
10 galvanized wire, Inter-
mediate bars No. I I giavaa-
ized wire, Stays No. 12 gal-
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.f, I was tmbled br ~-Uy ew mm
it nX.Iion man a trur Wm ,b
SThe only ello~in ~* I ~
CarduL Wimbin t"u spa
Icine and after "Ib mm Isl. I
and -.*Vlar as SAWooorI LIt
sy sister u"Id ayhmle egmro aayomsatoD
mother and found thatit msehij to it ebil. i
tiv-AV eMAY anndalter the child ws bor
that it Loiped aow to regain h, ssgtb.
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of menstruation. These curess are prm t, Whll s t--l-
complicated or not. a ." S, ^-
Wine of Cardui cures the uickan of ayu- M VIim*
weakness of adults, banishes leacorrhb e-a-a_-s _taM- M
nervousness and eases the crisis attendant on the seei 4 I."
Thou-ari of mothers besides &i o Rohte l-. In --
found grat-ful rlief from the pains of e ldbirtL i A Iik
had a quick and happy recovery from Ift u. ioerro n'
afford to suffer when $1.00 bottle a a dM bG y 1
drugAte.


A litch in lime save ....
SSave many a sick padil1
by giving the child

BALLARD'S

HOREHOUND SYRUP
EVERY MOTHER : -i
should keep supplied with Bral's Hri~l l46i0
wished to save lher children from Serioous aik a111. I-l
tains absolutely noth in curious, doe 0 not constipnt.. GOod '
for children as weil at. adult.
A cough often lead to cunaumption &ad boabld be ieWed':
immediately.

A Household Ncestdty
J. C. Smith, Houston, Texas, writes: "I havwe ind
Rallard'o Horehound yrup in my' family fo t1Wb "
few years, anid find it far super to any other z
medicine we have tried. E15very hoaeklat bu-l '-
supplied with this worthy remedy."
The Delight of Childre.


URES COUOIHS, COLDS, WHOPWO
COUGH, SORE THROAT, BRONCWI-
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