S. i records made them more deserving of
them. I also carry i1 stock punishment than otherwise. The mies-
-Fancy G lobeks, HighL, Low sage Is a vigorous document, and will
Fancy Globes, Higllh, probably convince every fairminded
Lights, etc.- person of the justice of the president's
All kinds of electrical work I
,. IN PRAISE OF B!B
and repairing done at reason- CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
able prices, under a full guar- There no other medicine manuac-
ant Th.re is na other medicine manufac- r--ii9
Eant.PP If vna r li, hta ar onilt ,,c,..,, ,1,,1 i,+.i r..^... ,.. ..........h n ..i.- I
of fix, or you need wiring
done, phone to No. 222.
ANT 0 ID_ .___. __.~
Ar Big Load for $1
R040460 No POr/l~
L N. BUTCH maneWr. Cr IM
aM J. OI. watch, Teftft
Thle Strong Hold the,
Has Upon Public Confidencie- is 904mw
and Inoreasing Bumleews~
~hr~~lN WeV IE311- i
Pme I= Cnne W9 coulark
Choice Candies F eftst
iv--f Line of A5 Popular Bawft of
Come in and enjoy a cold drink or sauca
the electric fass. Don't forget the `ppcsm,
ALLEN BMBKIS' KGE 0 a
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Ftesh Arrivals PRESIDENTSTANDS PIT JUST R
Orbk*'u d Swdlber Chese, Roosevet Sends a Redhot Message to
01da t uId-e, the Senate Concerning Discharge
b .krlAW ofb, theof the Negro Troops A nice line of
sm-lckrag of Das., Weshingtn. Dec. 20.-President
-in-. ?m--a gs Roosevelt yesterday. in a message to f _
the U(nited States Senate, made a vig- Silver
Fucy CaLkes, or,,us reply to tihe senate resolution (of i
Fa- Cmt ~December 6th concerning the discharge
Ps*. Pn 4 pa Sbitld cDatsa of the three companies of the T,,-enty-w
--fifth Infantry. 'mited States army. | A M
reada rfdufcM Fls Ac-ompanying this reply was the I / /
-ackag- rig testimony and the result of th- inv%-s- [ 1OA L A
Sr J Alawls, tigation i ,f the affray at Brown\vill+-. ,
Tex., on August 13th and 14th, f,,r
crlMbTerr I ld which the colored troops were respon- pJETWELERS,
-sible. The president's reply is as fol-
cram "ry Sawce at lows -- .---- ----
To the Senate: In response to the
senate resolution of December 6th ad-
Ihas, by my direction, submitted to me Bs Pl I L
a report. which I herewith send to the Notice of Session of
.........-- = senatee. together with several docu- 5
'm I nt. including a Iletter of Gen. Net- Ocala Lodge No. 851,
Benenvolent and Pro-
tleton and niowiinoranda as to the prece- I
ABOUT THE EYESrn to the rece tective Order of Elks.
dents for the suninmary discharge or
mustering .ut of regiments or corn- Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th
Your eyes are subject to as many panii.s, some or all the members of uesdays in each month. Visiting
dif.ornt dee .o as the body Is to de- which have been guilty of miscon- brothers cordially invited.
ddrn d e sa thVn. Ander.sc,n. Exalted Ruler.
fermest;o. Whereas it should be one duct. David S. Williams Secreta
...mt.ft-hbody. I ordered the discharge of nearly all DV S. llia s Secretary.
of th. most perfect orglns of the body. i, e ,nm.-rs of (CIomIpanies B, C. an.
It is natural that you should need i) e,, th Twenty-fifth Infantry by THE TEXAS WONDER
9laseew for reading, writing, sowing nanrw. in the exercise of my (constitu- C'ures all kli;'-y. bladder and rheu-
and other clos work. Between the ltirmnil po%\er and in pursuance ,f what. ilaltic tmuublt-,. lel by ,all drugstores,
ages of 40 to '., a perfect yoe should aft'-" fI"11I ,nideration. I found to be )r two monjutlh':; trt-atmnient by mall for
n.eed s at ts @g t rem n itutiunal duty as commander- $1. Dr. E. \W. Hail, 296 Olive street ,
need glasses at this age to relieve them in-cliedt ,f ,thi- Unite-d States army. I St. l.ul-., Mo. Sc+nd for testimonials.
from the strain when used for close or am glad to, ta\il myst-if of the oppor- Sold in (,cal:i by the Anti-uonopoly
near work. Many young people need tunity afford,-d I,y tliht-e res.ulutions to i r'ug:tur -.
glasses early in life to relieve the lay before the ('-,iigre--' the follow\ ing ---
various forms of eyestraln, which is facts as to the lmurdersou-o *.nduc.t (of "WOODMAR" FRUIT
the cu of 75 per cent. of all head certain members of the companies in I have a few b>,xt-' of fancy fruit,
the cua of 75 per cont. ofal nheod- !question and as to the conspiracy by half ,iraiigt-s and half grapefruit, suit-
aches. Just think: It has been proven j vhimh many of the other members able for <'lmri.-tmts gifts. Price, $3 per
'by eminent authorities that 3 people of tl .es,, companies saved the criminals i box, f. o. b. Eastla;ke. David S. Wood-
out of every 4 that have headaches fn justi' to the disgrace of tihe I rw, Potouffie Box, 957, Ocala.
have defective aye. Glasses are 1the .
remedy, because they CORRECT the1 State Line. Not Considered For Boys and Girls
DEFECTS. When properly fitted there I ':all your attention to the accom- THE KDAK BOX
Is no eye strain. When you get reaoy panv reports of Maj. Augustus P. Ask to, )e it tl tile Pstoffice Drug-
Hlocksom 4,of Lieut. 'ol. I*renard A. I Sit,-re
to be relieved of these headaches cuai I.o igand (i rig. 'en. Eri-st A.. "is
ILovcring andI of Brirg. (en. rle.st A.. _
and see me. I make a specialty of cor- ;,arllngtln, tie inspector gc-neral of! Drink C;~r-en Springs natural mineral
reacting eyes where others fail. Satis- thme :nite.I tat,-s army, of their inve.s- water at th Aulti-Monp, J ly l)rugstore.
faction guaranteed, or money refund- togation into the conduct of the troops
ed. My references are those that I in .jtion. An effort has been made -
to discredit the fairness of the investi-
gations into the conduct of these col- ,
DR. D. M. BONEY, ured troops by pointing out that den.
Eyesight Specialist. Optical Parlors Garllngton is a Southernem. Precisely
2 and 4 Gary Building, Ooala. Fla. the lame action would have been taken
"-"__,, 'had the troops been white-Indeed the
discharge would proLably have been
A /^ f^ __ made in more summary fashion. Gen.
A Choice Stock Lieut. Col. Lovering is a native of New
Hampshire; MaJ. Blockson is a native
(Of ] r+.h B ,t, PorkL of C'hio. As it happens the disclosure
Of 1.esh AB t, PA. l of the guilt of the troops was made 1 Q
A a \ .+. in the report of the officer who comes
And Mutton, from Ohio, and the efforts of the offi-
cer who comes from South Carolina
Vegetables, Fruits Poultry, \\ere cbonflnd to the endeavor to shield
the Innocent men of the companies in
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and question, if any such there were, by
Choice Fresh Family Gruc curingg Information which would en-
able us adequately to punish the guilty.
cries, always on hand from But I wish it distinctly understood
which to do your marketing. that the fact of the birthplace of either
Sen, orbr u y officer is one which 1 absolutely refuse
Send or bring US your or to comider. The standard of profe.-"
ders and they will have "'iunal honor and of loyalty to the flag r -
Samid the service is the same for all of-
prompt attention fliers and all enlisted men of the
--..- Un-XT'ited States army, and I resent with
W tL S Ml Ul. the keenest Indignation any effort to l
draw any line among them based upon l ll
No. 9$ North Magnolia St. birtllplace, creed or other consideration
Siof the kind. I should put thie same
PLc ... entire faith in these reports if It had -
Pih oneL 132 happened that they were all made by 1
men coming from some one state,
'" '-"------ whether in the South or the North, the rl _l
Fast or the West, as I now do, when, I "
ll l'ctrical Su1pplies.1 l as It happens, they were made by of-
JbrfA'V'T rya icers born In different states. I1-
I havp a wpll ,tl .t+d Ht'k The inessage gives a concise but de-
I have a well selected stOK cisi\'e summary of the evidence against
of Electric Falns, in both the the soldi"ers, declares those who were
Implicated in the riot guilty not only
General Electric Co. and the of murder but of treason, and their
.. i n comrades whu refused to tell on them
Wetilngnousemake. lie lat. as only a shade less guilty. Speaking T
ter httt n liet" o more, but r ,,f the lmcen in tie three companies who I
er coa a lite moread long and honorable records of ser- --
auire less current to operate vic,. the president declares that these mo r ri
E. C. BRITHH
Fl a hems,
!cation of Marion-Dunn Loilge, No. 19.,
SF. &r A. M., will be held In the temple,
Thursday, evening, Dec. 20.
Visiting brothers cordially lnvitedL
N. 1. Gotlieb. W..
I'% rw I UUM, &Rv uILLv1ru ftucr
of the Methodist Episcopal church.
died yesterday morning. His death
was due to apoplexy. The night be-
fore he w~as stricken Bishtop McCabe
delivered a lecture on the "Sunny Side
of Life in Libby Prison."
Bishop M\cCabe was one ofthe
greatest churchmen In the United
States, and his career has been one
of great interest to the nation gener-
ally and to the Methodist denomina-
tion particularly. He was one of the
most learned theologians in the United
States, and a man who was loved by
all who came in contact with him.
Passed Examination Successfully
James Donahue-, New Britain, Conn,
writes: "I tried several kidney reme-
dies. and % -ts 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..v-e since passed a rigid
examination for life insurance." Fo-
jtey'' Kicfn.cy Cure cuiies backache and
all fornis of kidney and bladder troub-
le. Sold by ail druggists.
UNVERMEYER MAY CONTEST
/The Policy Holders Election in the
New York Life on the Groun!J
(Special to the Star.)
New York, D~ec. 20.--At eight o'clock
last night the complete vote had been
counted in the contest of the policy
holders of the New York Life Insur-
ance company, representing the in-
ternational policy holders ticket and
the administration ticket. the latter ;_
Ing the ticket supportokd by the New
York Life, and the count shows that
the adininistratiun ticket has been
o~verwhelminglyl~ elected by over one,
hundred and fifty thousand majority.
'MrI. Unrteri-neyer, of the International
ticket. it Is rumored, will contest the
election on thle grounds of fraud and
This Will Interest Dyspeptics
The Anti -Monop~oly Drugstore will
give yvou back 50 elets (purehasing
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. slode-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 hope for all dyspeptics. Cures
the worst cases. Druggists or by ex-
press, 50c. Anti-Mfonopoly Drugstore,
Ocala, Fla. Call or write.
SEVIER TO THE SEABOARD
He Will Become Second Vice-Prosident
and Traffic Manager on Jan. I
Norfolk, Deic. 20.~-It is officially an-
nounc~ed that L. Sevier, of Btrming-
hani. will become second vice-prest-
dent and traffic manager of the Sea-
board from January 1, succeeding E.
Sevier is now general freight agent
of the Alabama Great Southern Ral-
road at Birmingham.
DEADLY SERPENT BITES
Iron Beds, $2.50 up.
Sideboards, $11.50 ulp.
Ch~na a~osets, $15 UadrOp
OCALA F U*RMTURE..,M
ce slyu I H. ce VOBPP~~
JNO. M. GRAHAMY. W. D. OPM~UAIL
Marine an4 Stationery Engines of Light Hoo"a ev K, dmw V bCftQdYllfla -
Gasoline, Aut*MWWIOS mW Autoulb016 IsEftshm% ON
Agents for the Monamdh Ball NOW, t he Calunt Qd 016 the A li, i~b
iri..sz. oa~m6-*km nka DP
vofuat12,9 Nuher 1".
a 1 -1- --II-meI
OCALA, FLORIDA, TIISAY,
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RECEIVED MICIDE Is No MORE
Cut Glass an IYr ensa onn
Jake Brown, Secretary.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star toj read and take
!aw-ay with you fret,,, with ,,jur mrais.,
;at Kevinig's Cafe.
O oInI LOK Koo Is,1
Conventions held every M~onday at
:7:30 p. in. Castle Hall over Pt~yser's
Store. A cordial %velcuniee to visiting
'bruth~er-. Jake: Brown, C. C.
( ihas- K. Sage, K. R. S.
SAN ALARMING, SITUATION
Frequently results from neglect of clog-
stipation becomes chronic. This con-
dfition is unknown to those who use
jDr. King's New Life Pills; the best
land gcnitlest regulator's of stomae~h and
bow~els. Guaranteed by Tydings & Co.,
N~ext to Munroe &h Chamblis~s' Ba
I II .-c4
I ~1 li-~~h;ru
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r. f - ' ' ).nil
and so, niany expx~ressions of gratitudee
aq Chamberrlain's Cough Remnedy. It
is: effective and prumptt relief follow-s EARLY TO BED
its use. Grateful parents everywhere c n And earl,. to rise makes one healthy,
i.lo not liesitate to testify to its rnerits- happy and xv-se -especially- if you take
for the benefit ocf others. It I., a cetr- Herbine before retiring. A positive
tain culre for c'roup and will prevent cure for et~nstipation, dyspepsia and all
thle attack if given at the first appe~ar- liver complaaints. 'Mrs. S.-, Coiumbia,
ance 4if the dis~ease. It is especially Tenn., vvrites: "I alwayss keep a sup-
adapttrcf to, children as it is pleasantl ply of your Herbine on hand. Am so
to, take arid cunitains nothing injurious. pletased with the relief it gives In con-
.%fr. F'. A. Humpyhreys. a wetll known s tipatio~n and all liv-er complaints, that
1-t-ident and clerrk in the store of Nfr. %vorcls can't express my appreciation."
E:. Locke.z of Alice, Capae Coluny.. South S44ld by the Anti-Mlonopoly Drugstore.
Arrica, says~: -'I have used Chasmber-
lain's Coughy~ Renitkdy to ward off DIAMONDS1 DIAMONDS11
c oup andc c-ldsl in mly family. I fo .und see- I have Just received a pretty line of
General Machine & Repair ,Sblg,
Are Well Equipped With the Most Sk illed Meehanies or the aftft, at"
chinery and Toole for Doinrg at Short N~otioe sV Kii~f of
LIGHT TURNING, FITTING, PIPE CUTTING, THREADING Afigl~C~
RELPAI R WORK
A Specialty Made of the Repairing and AdfrjWth 6 Lm
''; I -~Pc~~~
FPI~ ~ab t '- ~t ~51~:~ %;
ER 209 M6.
W~e are Eqyipped'to do the Very Best Work and Pw OWFf
the Latest and Best Method&
kgEgBBIWH 01DIR3 RICIVE IIMITR 111119W.
Chapel and Undertaking Parlors Corner Matin S" !Am&rpd
OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY,
Day Phone, No. 10I; Night Phone, No. 197,
Y, J `?:
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FUNERAL DMEtCTORS IND L1HICHMD
It's a little early, burt our, fa& 66@& -it-'
arriving daily, and we are, in a _0116wyj-
save "a m 1oney. Al~~ol f~--
.minute of your valurable to. Showi(
thronk- -our stetocc.
A FEWN LEADERS
M AR ION COU NTY ABSTRACT'`COO
Land Titles Examined..
Fire Insmranceon-City huidinps, Mem -d" findl
C A16- e4
OCALA EVENING TARTHIURSDAY, DECEMBER pgl
C. L ITTINGER CO.
C L. SL ner and R. R. Carrl
Proprietors and Publabirs
S. C. L BDITTINGER,
EdhwIOt and Generl Manag
t. tR. CARROLL.
City Editor and somes Manager.
ATTORNEY GENERAL ELLIS
The taking of evidence against the
Inefficient service of the A. C. L. rail-
road began this morning in the law li-
brary rooms in the Gary-Agnew build-
Ing. Attorney General Ellis, of the
state was present to take evidence, as-
sisted by Hon. H. L. Anderson, for the
Ocala Board of Trade committee on
ptlu and scope. Miss Beatrice Sin-
clair .acted as stenographer.
Those In evidence and testifying
were: Messrs. Thomas Sexton and J.
RI Moorhead, who testified to having
examined about six miles of the A. C.
L. track south of Holder and found no
end of rotten ties and battered and
broken plates; the very condition of
said roadbed was a menace to life and
limb and a total shortage of cars.
E. P. Thagard testified for the tur-
pentine firm of 0. P. Williams & Co.,
doing business at Berlin. He testified
to the inability of the road to furnish
cars, delays in the shipment of loaded
cars and causing loss in the evaporat-
ing of the spirits.
J. U. Meffert, lime manufacturer at
Lowell, said the past year or two had
been the worst known time since he
has been in In business for getting cars
and having loaded ones moved. Said
it took ten days to get a loaded car of
wood from Ocala to Lowell, a distance
of twelve miles.
In the matter of lime shipments to
Tampa and Lake Butler, Brooksville,
Tallahassee and other points In the
state, he said it took from 25 to 30
days. He said that during the past
six months it had gotten worse and he
had telegraphed to Supt. Ford for re-
lief and that he had bribed a conductor
to bring a lot of spare ribs and back
bone from Lowell to the Ocala cold
storage or lose that mach good eat-
George MacKay came next with a
cafload of genuine grievances against
the A. C. L. that will never be deliv-
ered by the A. C. L. until they get new
engines, that 120 miles of 75 and 80
pound rails they are trying to put
dbwn and the thousands of new cars.
new crews of men for train service
and, last, but not least, new ties for
their entire roadbed in South and Mid-
dle Florida. George has got the goods
ready for delivery. No man In this
section is more Intimately acquainted
with the lack of system and business
management of this road than Mr.
MacKay, for besides the big mer-r.-
tile. establishment he Is connected
with, he is president of the Ocala Iron
Works, shipping daily all kinds of ma-
,chinery to phosphate plants, saw mills,
etc., and knowing the utterly rotten
condition of the freight department of
the A. C. L. this firm often haa to send
heavy parts of machinery at a great
expense by express, to insure their
safe arrival at their destination.
He said In many Instances depots
were too small to accommodate the
business and because of the congested
condition of articles piled pell mell in
these depots articles cannot be found
when parties called for them. He said
the delays in getting goods at Dun-
nellon were so great that on every
shipment made to the phosphate peo-
ple they are sent the number of the
car in which the goods are placed and
In that way they can find the car and
get the shipment. If they didn't do
this, In many cases, they never would
get the goods on which often the de-
lay means thousands, of dollars. Local
shipments lost In transit often require
the firm of Mclver & MacKay to send
a personal tracer after them as appeals
to the agent fail to do any good. Mr.
MacKay spoke of a case of a car of
machinery for a dredge working in
Istachatta Lake. On the car in big
letters was the name, Mclver & Mac-
Kay. It was a through freight which
this car was shipped by. It got lost.
After repeated efforts to locate the
car by accident Mr. Louis Chasal saw
the ear somewhere between Newberry
and Tampa and mentioned having seen
it to the firm, who sent a man to hunt
It up. He found it sidetracked a day's
Joitrny, from its destination. Mr. Mac-
Kay said he had data to back up all
he said In his general presentment,
which made the grand Jury turn green
with envy by comparison.
The Clark-Ray-Johnron Co. made a
detailed statement of the shortcom-
ings and poor service of the railroad
and said specific data could be had on
Mossrs. D. H. McNeill and W. R.
Person. doing business as turpentine
optrttors near Trilby, were the next
speakers. Mr. P. said the A. C. L.
service was so infernally rotten that
It simply compelled them to go out of
the lumber business. He said they had
90 ears of lumber on the ground and
12!-cars on the track and that not be-
inf.able to get cars to load this lumber
on they simply quit business. He said
tbu-.service has existed since last Oc-
tober a year ago. He said it took 12
dais o get a car of oats from Tampa.
One car of naval stores was on the
road from Nov. 6 to Dec. 4, bound for
Savannah and was a barrel' short from
evaporation. He said the track around
their mills was poor but had been im-
proved with new ties. He also spoke
often bad treatment by subordinate
officials and their utter disregard for
nos 2" brh Is Punk Obly With
ig)tWhy Mal-A adiat P Iat
A perfect beer is healthful-it builds
up strength, aids digestion, and acts as
a tonic In giving renewed vitality. A
perfect beer is possible only with perfect
malt, and a perfect malt can only be
made by the eight-day process used by
Malt is made from barley. Barley
contains in Its Alementary form the
constituents that go to build up the
human system. The process of making
malt, as some of our readers may
know is much the same as the process
of digestion. The grain is started
growing and the chemical changes that
take place when it sprouts are similar
to the action of the digestive fluids in
the body if the grain were eaten.
Pabst has proven by scientific ex-
periments and sixty years of practical
brewing that eight days are required
in making malt to bring about those
necessary chemical changes by which
the perfect predigested malt is pro-
duced. In many breweries the old
four-day process Is still used and the
malt is of forced, unnatural/develop-
ment. It lacks in nutrition and is In
all ways inferior, much of the vital
nutriment of the grain being lost. The
Pabst eight-day malting process re-
tains in predigested form in the beer
all of the nutritious, life-giving ele-
ments of the grain.
Pabst eight-day malt, the perfect
malt, doubles the cost of brewing-but
Pabst Malt, with the exclusive Pabst
method of brewing, makes Pabst Blue
Ribbon Beer superior as a nourishing
tonic and a delicious beverage.
If your food doesn't taste just right.
or if your digestion is a little "off," or
your appetite is poor, drink Pabst Blue
Ribbon beer before or with your meals,
and And out for yourself how good it Ila
STRAUSS & CO.
South Main Street Ocala, Florida
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME
samples must do up to the noon hour.
Among others seen at the meeting
ready to send in a redhot shot were
Jake Brown, D. S. Anderson. Jno. L.
Edwards, W. N. Camp, Z. C. Chain-
bliss, L. W. Drew, Hon. N. A. Blitch,
state railroad commissioner-elect, who
will take his seat Jan. 1, 1907.
Col. Kyle, traffic manager of the A.
C. L., dropped in and was offered a
seat. but declined, saying he had more
important matters to attend to.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
at Keating's Care.
trs. B. T. Perdue, of Brooksville.
well known in Ocala, is the assistant
woman commissioner for Florida at
the Jamestown Exposition and is
greatly interested In securing for her
home state an exhibit at the exposi-
tion. As the state legislature failed
to make an appropriation for this pur-
pose It will rest with the people of the
state to see that this display Is made.
According to our way of thinking the
legislature failed to grasp the Impor-
tance of this matter. Florida as a
Southern state and one seeking all
the newcomers possible, should cer-
tainly be in evidence, and we cannot-
think of a more appropriate time to
show our varied products than at this
exposition. It seems there should be
enough patriotic, big hearted, generous
men and women in Florida to contri-
bute to this cause and make Florida's
place in the grand gallery of the
Jamestown Exposition worthy of our
pretentions. Will it be done? Let us
Special prices on Haviland china at
the Postoffice Drugstore.
J. E. CHANCE
Olce Upstairs, C0nnetdll Buk Bid'g
McIVER & MACKAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
0. E. MOlVER
ALFRED E. OWEN
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All Wore Done by Lioensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Bailder.
Plans and Speoifloatione Furnished
129 Soeth Third Sleet,
Ocala, Fla, Phone 130
DISTILLED WATER-Fr- 0Delivery
Ocala Ice & Fuel Co.,
In L. Edwards Nominated for
Commissioner and Dr. Griffith
Elected State Committeeman
Committee met pursuant to call at
11 o'clock a. m., Thursday, Dec. 20,
1904, at the city council chambers.
Meeting called to order by Chairman
John M. Graham.
Answering to roll call mere the fol-
1. Ocala-John M. Graham.
2. Reddick-E. D. Rou.
4. Cotton Plant--J. L. B. Hudgens.
6. Camp Izzard-W. L. Jordan.
7. Shady Grove-J. M. Doug!ass.
11. Grahlcmvllle-W. T. Henderson.
16. Citra-W. J. Crosby.
17. Anthony-W. T. Forbes.
18. Martin-F. M. Townsend.
24. Dunnellon-Dr. Wm. Griffith.
28. Levon---C. E. Lucius.
29. Kendrick-W. E. Nix.
34. Martel-D. A. Clark.
The chair stated the business of the
meeting was for selecting a member of
the county commissioners for district
No. 1 of Marion county, made vacant
by failure of W. J. Chambers, cum-
missioner-elect, to qualify,- also the
election of a member of state executive
committee in place of W. K. Zewadski,
removed, and any other business as
might come before it.
Mr. Crosby was called to the chair
and Mr. Graham moved the matter of
recommending a county commissioner
be taken up, that nominations be made
from the floor and that voting be by
ballot, seconded and carried. Mr. Gra-
ham presented petition of voters of
precinct No. 1, requesting that Mr.
John L. Edwards, the present incum-
bent, be renominated and nominated
Mr. Edwards, which was seconded by
Mr. Martin recommended Mr. E. C.
McLeod, seconded by Mir. Nix.
Chairman appointed Mr. Rou and
Mr. Hudgens tellers. Ballot was then
taken and the chair announced the
ballot. Seven votes for Mr. Edwards
and six votes for Mr. McLeod.
Dr. Griffith moved to make Mr. Ed-
wards' recommendation unanimous,
seconded by Mr. Hudgens and carried.
Mr. Nix and Mr. Townsend voting
against. Mr. Graham moved that the
name of John L. Edwards be certified
to Governor Broward as the choice of
the committee for appointment for the
ensuing term for county commissioner
for district No. 1. Seconded and car-
Mr. Graham again took chair.
Matter of electing state committee-
man was taken up.
Mr. Clark nominated Dr. Wm. Grif-.
fith, of Dunnellon. Seconded.
Dr. Griffith was unanimously elected
by a rising vote.
The place of secretary of the com-
mittee being vacant, Mr. Hudgens
nominated Mr. H. D. Palmer, whose
nomination was seconded and car-
There being no further business the
GOOMFS FOR YOU
Lime Mints, Olive Chow-Chow, Bulk
Olives, Pulled Figs, Washed Figs in
Baskets, Walnut Meats, Shelled Al-
monds, London Layer and Cluster
Raisins, Currants, Seeded Raisins,
Swiss Cheese, McLaurln's Imperial
Cheese, Pitted Dates, Duffy's Apple
Juice In pints and quarts, Cranberry
Sause, Mince Meat, Honey Strained,
Crystalized Fruits, Huyler's Chocolate
Dipped Triscults, Helnz's Preserves in
Crocks, Heinz's Apple Butter, Walnuts,
Brazils, Pecans' Almonds, Chow-Chow,
India Relish, Olive Oil, Celery Relish,
Dunham's Cocoanut, the best on earth
for Ambrosia; Apples, Oranges, Can-
for Ambrosia. Apples, Oranges, Candy.
0. I1 GROCERY
Mr. John W. Stevens of Fort Mc-
Coy, returned Tuesday from Osceola
county, whither he went to get his son
Wesley A. Stevens, who has been a
great sufferer from rheumatism. He
ttok him home Wednesday. While in
Arcadia Mr. John W. Stevens visited
the Baptist orphanage at that place
and found everything in splendid work-
ing order. The orphanage has 43 in-
mates, 27 girls and 16 boys, ranging
In years from mere tots to 12 and 14
years of age, who are taught many
useful things. The girls are taught
how to cut and make all kinds of gar-
ments, cooking, etc. The boys run a
garden and supply the orphanage with
all the vegetables they use. The in-
stitution has a nice orange grove that
is beginning to bear fruit and in a few
years will materially assist in main-
taining the institution. The institu-
tion at present has plenty of clothes
that are utilized as fast a needed for
the inmates. What the orphanage now
needs is another building, so that the
boys and girls can be housed in sep-
arate buildings. The health of the
children is good. We know of no
more commendable cause that this to
contribute to and the contributions of
those who feel so disposed will be
Three unfurnished rooms and a bath
room. Will rent to man and wife, or
family with one child. Will make price
cheap. Want companion in house. In-
quire at the Star office.
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
Frhaa l a e-.A ilra aninir rho rnuntiq
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
We have boxes to rent at $5.00 per year that will
hold a big lot of valuable papers, jewelry, etc. Also
larger boxes costing a little more. Come and see them.
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS,
THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
Is modest but progressive, and
offers every legitimate induce-
ment to customers. Correspon-
dence or a visit invited
J. B. BROOKS, Cashier.
We Are Open for
We have put in a full line of Men's,
Ladies', and Children's Shoes, Men's and
Boys' Clothing, Gent's Furmishipg, Etc.
Our prices are very reasonable. Satis,
THE SAMPLE CLOTHING AND SHOE 00.,
Bloom & Foor, Proprietors.
Don't think for a mInute that we have gone
out of the Furniture RNw^ext 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
Our holiday line is coming in and -ontais
many rare bargains in beautiful goods. Give
us a call and we will save you money.
J. A. PITTMAN & SON
THE FURNITURE MEN.
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THIS 18 THE CHEAPEST NODE O CoMMUN Vt NII
Fr Rate Apply to the Ooth G4al blsieCp"l'i
Fort Kinl G
I have bought the Fort King Grocery aqd s .-W*
ed it with a complete, fresh line, of Ss i**' :-
L'ancy Groceries for the family trade. I will
only the freshest and best goods to be had ha/d,
will guarantee to sell them to you as.. 4W- ,^ :*
one in the city. Country produce bought
and fruits and baker's bread will be put in ib 1a i i '
days. Give me a share of-your trade and if &' 'W I'
goods, courteous treatment and low:primes ril .
continuance of it, you will continue to. tClr
me. Rie taall 4 ';"* '
'N. L. WILLIAMS, Py."
Corner Fort King Ave. and Atlantic Coast hin f
NO STORE In Fflorida presets a more beau, sl ol r a larger fine of ar sl ar rie hraler 'ofh
member of the family or any one of year frioels, ad adt te samc rm e as ed as d e m w. m .
buying presents gel sometg tat will e ket nd med. Looeek ever Us sdbeMe, whdib eb key a pYU -a qt
lines, ad make your sdcos. e ;:
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PICTURES
Framed or unframed. The finest line to select from in the
Beautiful Portiere and Lace Crtains.
aT.ble Scarfs, and Fire Screens in all
the beautiful makes.
The Largest and Prettiest Line of Rgs
of all sizes and finish, Art Squares in all weaves and sizes,
and at different prices: Mattings, Linoleums, Etc.
ELEGANT DINING TABLES, LIBRARY AND
Center Tables in Mahogany, G(olden Oak.
M mission finishes-Old English, Antwerp.
Also Chairs and Rockers
and the different
and Fumed Oak
in the different Mission finishes and Parlor Tables in the
dainty Vernii 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 comtrehlensive line of Reception Chairs, and
HANDSOMEEBED KUiH S)ITS
In Golden Oak, Birdseye Maple, etc., and the gr.ims j
of Brass Beds of all styles and pries tba 4 in cIm e ab
Florida. Blankets and Bed Linen of alll kin&,
Pretty Dressing Tables and odd Bureaus in the0d
Lade s' Wrifg esks rs- Aesk Cd Cuui-buiP
Gentlemen's Office Tables and Roll Top Dawb k aa4i|
Sectional Book Cases, plain and le'ed glar fmits '
Cases. Music Cabinets in Oak and Malogan, k ap
Large dl Sin Uhrur .9 u
Pretty Bathroom Mirrors, Medicine Cabinqa (
Whatnots, Ladies' Work Baskets and Table.
COOKING STOVES, RAES, Iim
Handsome sets of Harness, Saddles ; 'VWsas Or"is
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M0U0on mee( this evening.
mltsuma at Cundun's.
Bilver dishes at Cundon's.
Gold beads at Cundun's.
If your lights are out, 'phone No. 300.
Fine cigars for Christmas presents
at the Postoffice Drugstore.
W. M. Gist, of McIntosh was In the
city today, being summoned for Jury
duty. He will be on hand friday.
Rev. Tom L. Cooper, of LIady Lake,
"was in town Wednesday. He was
transferediJo Interlachen field for 1907.
Sunday service will be held morn-
ing and evening at the Methodist
Crepe paper in all colors at 6 cents I
ptr roll, at the Variety Store.
Mrs. J. W. Halgns, of Citra, came
in yesterday afternoon to do sonme hol-
Nunnally's candles, thelbest in town,
at the Postoftice Drugstore.
M. A. Rice, a prominent merchant
of (C'tra. was registered at the Monte-
'Phone :3,ou if your lights are out of
Mrs. Hollingsworth, of Dunnellon,
was a visitor in the city this morn-
r; I; "
is a blood on constitutional disease,
and in order to cure it you muyt take
internal medicines. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally and acts di-
rectly on the blood ain 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 tor year.; alld is a regular presciip-
tion. It is composed of the be. t 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.
New lot of chafing dishes just in by
express at the Postoffice Drugstore.
All kinds of gQods for the holidays
at the Ocala News Company.
Dr. ,and Mrs. Walter Hood have
moved into their horre on Watula
A nice line of Japanese (mftal) Io)V-
eltles at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Crepe paper in all colors at 5 cents
per roll, at the Variety Store.
Hon. W. H. Ellis, of Tallahassee,
afforney general of the state, is kt the
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 1856.
Don't wait until freezing weather.
H. M. Goethe, of Victoria, is at the
We want your prescription business
and are better prepared than ever to
take care of it. Tydings & Co.
We have a complete line of drug-
gist's sundries and drugs. The most
up-to-date in the city. Tydings & Co.
Mrs. J. W. Coulter. of Blitchton. is
quite ill with pneumonia.
ORANGES FOR SALE-We have
about 76 boxes offine, -fancy, bright
oranges for sale. Carmichael & Son
Green Springs natural mineral water
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore by
the glass, gallon or carboy.
We are displaying a magnificent
o. screens, in all sizes, styles
makes. Mclver & MacKay.
The silver tea at the residence of
Mrs. G. T. Maughs yesterday under the
auspices of St. Margaret's Guild of the
Episcopal church, was a very success-
ful and delightful affair.
A new line of iron beds, nearly one
hundred different patterns and any
price desired, at Mciver & MacKay's.
A Christina-s box of perfume makes
a nice gift. We ha\e a large line to
show. The Pustoffice Drugsture.
George M. c'lellan, the negro poet.
will rtad hi:- latest story, "Old G(reen-
bottoml Inn." a ronlance which the
critics pro nounIce a wt rk of peculiar
lilm-rit. S o'c l,'k. Frid-ay evening, the
21st,. at Mt. MNIriah church.
Sunday s'chuol commlittet-s are invit-
ed to see ,our line before buying. We
make l -ecial pricet-. ti.ala N,-\vs Co.
Can find a comfortable, homelike hotel
and a congenial lot of people, at Coiu.
Shipmnan's Montezuma hotel.
TO PATRONS, PUPILS AND
Mrs. Handley will have her quarter-
ly review of musical studies at Yonge's
Hall on Friday night, the 21st inst, at
8 p. m. Admission free.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.
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.
An elderly white woman can get a
good home in small family by apply-
ing to this office.
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, EB M. Howard,
either Auburnda*l or Ocala.
HAVE YOUR VISITING
The Star office will have your visit-
ing cards engraved and save you mon-
ey on them.
LOST-One Columbia bicycle, No.
3892, 22-Inch black frame, coaster
brake. Moved from front of stairway
at Elk's hall Tuesday evening, Dec.
llth. Suitable reward for return to
Stephen Jewett, Ocala, Fla.
Japanese jardiniers at Condon's.
R. D. FULLER.
L. F. BLALOCK.
FULLER & BULLOCK
Olrce Over lanroc a Chambliss' Buak
DAVID S. WOODROW,
PHOSPHATE LANDS A
RooM 31, HOLDER
Either in hard rock or pebble
If developed I can sell them 1
If nut developed, I can have tl
done for you.
I have the following to o
Ocala city property:
Toilt set and and man- he northwest corner lot, 29 feet
Ti ... .. : .and.i. .ea a facing Magnohla street and 84 feet on
i'k"ur- et inI ll v\arrtv,. at the ...
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Trating- Wtnw De-EmgC
The case of George Howard. color-i Many times women call O their family
ed, for assault with Intent to kill, was i PYic phsal sff .iag, a& they imagine,
before the court this morning. He sease, a^ogd e a th Ier or kidney
was found guilty. disease, another from nervous exhaustion
Then came the case against Charles or prostration, another with pain here and
W. Smith, accused of stealing a bull there, ani in this way they all present
belonging to Ruben Redding, at San- alike to themselves and their easy-going
toe. Mr. Smith testified that he pur- anadindiffere.t, or over-buy doctor, sep-
arate and distinct diseases, for which he,
chased the animal from Bill Tuton on assuming them to be such, prescribes his
the Oklawaha range and from whence pills and potions. In reality, they are all
the animal was taken and killed on only symPfoN a caused by some terine
the 15th of September. At this writ- disease. The physician, ignorant of the
Ing the evidence is all in. The last oa *of suffering, encourages this prae-
ltneI-s to ttice until large hills are made. The suf-
wtne s to ttfy were those who fearing patient getsDno bettrP; ut probably
te-tified for Mr. Smith, namely: John worse, by reason of the delay, wrong
Pa -teur, P. H. Nugent, Buford Leitner treatment and comaenuent complications.
an.l s. T. Sistrunk. Carl,," Sistrunk 1A proper medicine like Dr. Pierce's Fa-
i-l,-j,inte-, Mr. Smi:;h. \uhile State's vorite Prescription, directed to the cause
Atrn E. Dais assisted by .would have entirely removed the disease,
Atlrm E. '. Dais, a.siste y thereby dispelling all those distressing
B. Bullock, pr,j.erut-ed. The f.llow.i,rg symptoms. and instituting comfort in-
are the jurt: J. A. Thomas, A. J. stead of prolonged misery. It has been
Stevens, J. G. Parham, Joseph Aiken, well said, that"a disease known is halt
E. M. Howard, J. R hMoorhtead. At cured."
this time, 3:15 p. i.. the arguments in Dr. Pierce vorite Prescrptnis a
scientific medicine, carefully devised by
the case are being made. an experienced and skillful physician,
The case of J. A. Freeman vs. N. and adapted to woman's delicate system.
Brown, for slander. was withdrawn, It is made of native medicinal roots and
Brown signing a libel. is perfectly harmless in its effects in any
condition of the f system.
As a powerful invigorating tonic "Fa-
THE BRYANS MIXED UP vorite Prescription" imparts strength to
the whole system and to the organs dis-
Both Mr. T. D. Bryan and W. E. Unctly feminine in particular. For over-
Br)ant are moving or preparing to worked. "worn-out." "run-down,' debili-
amo nd rr ..,e r-oiuion haa teen tated teachers, milliners, dressmakers,
.. .. seamstresses, "shop girls." house-keepers,
the result of th.- published notices of nursing mothers, an feeble women gen-
the same. Mr. T. D. Bryan has moved erally,D)r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Into the Hillburn cottage, just vacat- is the greatest earthly boonu being un-
ed by Dr. Powers, and Dr. Powers has equaled as an appetizing cordial and re
moved into Mr. Bryan's house, which storative tonic.
Mr s a soothing and strengthening nerr-
the doctor recently purchased. Mr. neFavorite Prescription" is neqaled
W. E. Bryant has rented Mrs. Peyser's and is invaluable in allaying and sub-
cottage on Fort King avenue recent- during nervous excitability, irritability,
1y vacated by Mr. Lee Miller and will nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration,
mo-ve from his present residence in neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, chorea, St.
the fourth ward to this cottage on the Vitus'sdance, and other distressing, nerv-
the fourth ward to this cottage on the ous symptoms commonly attendant ipon
first. functional and organic disease of th
uterus. It Induces refreshing sleep and
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED relieves mental anxiety and des poidency.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate
With local applications, as they cannot the stomach, liver and bowels. One to
'reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh WthOeadJM. iaASy to take a candy.
Don't forget the closing out sale
is now going on at the Fair.
Webb, the proprietor, will give
some of the rarest bargains there
have ever seen.
Offer aCui te aA6aormpne6t Amb
Healhful cream of tartar, derived solely froir
grapes, refined tobsolute purity, is the active
e every pound of Royal Baking
Hence it is that Royal Baking Powdet
renders the food remarkable both for its fine
favor and healthfulness.
No alum, no pho.phate-which are the
pr 0ptl elements of the ocalledcheap
9=f powder -and which are derived
from boe, roc and sulphuric acid.
Another big shipment of crockery
and decorated china just opened at
the Ocala Bazaar, Gadson.
UNEASY ABOUT SANTA
A bright Htfle three-year-old, who
is thinking and talking a good deal of
late abc-ut Santa Claus and what he is
going to bring her, spake thusly yes-
terday morning at the breakfast ta-
"Daddy, is Santa Claus crippled."
"No. darling, not that I know of.
"Well daddy, he hasn't come yet."
MRS. J. T. BURGESS
Mrs. J. T. Burgess, of Blitchton. died
at her home in that settlement at 4
o'clock this .. morning of apoplexy. The
death of this estimable lady is a very
sad one, and she will be greatly miss-
ed in her home and neighborhood.
WILL MOVE TO AUBURNDALE
We are sorry to learn that Mr. E. ER
Cline and family will move to Auburn-
dale, their future home, after the flat
of the year.
THE BIG SALE
IN POPULAR SIZES
AT POPULAR PRtCES
w ow sA S. .
FOR OLD & YOUNG-(.,
HOLLY CA1I S SPMVAW
FULMUMOM OF OnhE ?MhRM
N" byW IsK Is *a AM
Asortment of Fansy. Bs
Juat. BReivd at -.
T. W. TROXLIUR'S.
W. w Iml ft ~ ~ '
'*boko mf Ofil .Dsr a he' NI
GBad. Whiskies, Wines and Gr o ,ut
ios Fin Cagers3 E. ',
Next -door tothp -.n --t
Stable: 'pboas, UK ..
deaiels be.'. who h~s ~ .*.1 .. -;cpi
S'I. L W
.There arg a Am. etlot. wf 4r 46
m% ~ young a" Ms,#A Meqeftau-*
ply wtll be kept untilS S'the ~ ~
CANl at theec-d u-tga"eIt yom
som of the poulty .- --a' -
The traveling public can get good
accommodations and at reasonable
rates, at Col. Shioman's Montezuma
A COTTAGE FOR RENT
Either furnished or unfurnished. Ap-
ply to Mrf. T. J. Owen, 64 North Mag-
nolia street. Ocala.
A pair of twpyo and -a half year old
mules for sale. Broke to harness -and
good workers. Apply to W. M. Gist,
Mclntesh, Fla. -
Mrs. W. M. Scott and beautiful lit-
tle son, Warren Mlmms, who have been
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Car-
ner, for the past month, returned to
their home at Memphis, Tenn., this
afternoon, much to the regret of the
many friends Mrs. Scott has made
since she has been in this city. Ocala
has never had a more popular visitor
than this pleasant and cultured lady,
who has been the recipient of so many
social honors. The friends of Mrs.
Scott hope she may visit Ocala again
next winter. She is a sister of Mrs.
Puff boxes, nail brushes, tooth brush-
es, hair brushes, military brushes,
rosewood and celluloid mirrors, Whisp-
brooms, and all other toilet articles.
A beautiful line to select-from. Ty-
dings & Co.
Sterling and plated coffee sets. Ocala
Mr. Crawford, the umbrella man, and-
Messrs. Harry Leavengood and Swartz
went out for a day's hunting yesterday
and were very successful.
No! Huyler's candies have not ad-
vanced in price. You can buy Huyler's
as cheap as you can any other kind.
A fresh supply just received at T. W.
Wedding ring napkin rings at Ocala
Manicure sets up to $42. Ocala
Mr. McNeil, the Orange county tur-
pentine operator, was in town Wednes-
Umbrellas, $1.50 to $16, at the Ocala
See those handsome -dining tables,
sideboards and hall racks at McIver &.
The holiday stationery is going fast.
The time to buy is now and the place
is the Postoffice Drugstore.
Col. Adam Eichelberger, whose re-
turn from a visit to Tampa was duly
chronicled in these columns last Fri-
day, is full of enthusiasm over a pro-
ject to build a railroad from Brooks-
ville to Tampa, then into Ocala and
Palatka. He was not quite ready to
give the idea to the public, and asked
us to hold it up, but as it is out we
will sat if the colonel's enthusiasm
will count for anything that line will
be constructed. It would open up a
very fine country.
Fans at Condon's, 10e. to $7. -
When you have a cough or cold do
not ask some one what is good for it,
as there is danger in taking some un-
known preparation. Foley's Honey and
Tar cures coughs, colds and prevents
pneumonia. The genuine is in a yel-
low package. Refuse substitutes. Sold
by all druggists.
Crepe paper in all colors at G cents
per roll, at the Variety Store.
Captain Fosnot, of the Lake Weir
navy, was in townl yesterday. He said
that the people of Eastlake expected
to make money in shipping Eastlake
sand. Several carloads have been sent
to Gainesville and others are ordered.
One car has been sent to this city.
There is a good supply of it and the
business may develop into quite an
One of the best estabshed aI an W
Ing mercantile businrssa.. W* *ll
building or give a. kntg t Ua 4I.0
property. This Is a snap, MS 00i .
has good reasons for offeWr L, t. IA
dress F. W. Ditto ...
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OCALA EVENING SARJ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 190
The private car of the chief surgeon
of the Atlantic and West Point rail-
road. came up this morning from He-
mosassa, where the following parties
enjoyed a week of fishing and hunting:
Dr. Fl. M. Ridley, LaGrange, Ga.; Dr.
R B. Ridley, Atlanta, Ga.; Thomas
Glenn, -on' of the chief -offtcils of
the Atlanca street railway and Mr.
John Carter and W. H., Harris, ot I&-
'Grange,. with Master Brvine LehImai
and Master John Pace, the mascota of.
the party, -who brought game to tbh
hooks and tuns ofC sWRs men .uw*-~
said they sure did have a week of raft
Genuine French stag and sterling bil-
ver toilet sets and brushes at the Apti-
Monopoly Drugstore. See'our line be-
Our line of ladies' desks and com-'
bination desks and book cases will be
found exceedingly handsome. Mclver
Don't fail to see. the fine-line of la-
dies' umbrellas, most suitable for hol-
iday gifts, at A. E. Burnett's, the Jew-
George Williams, Jr., had the mis-
fortune while at Salt Springs to fall
from a horse and break his arm. His
father brought him to town to receive
medical attention and he is doing very
The finest line of soaps, toilet pow-
ders, etc., In the city, and the flaest
l0c. soap on the market Tydings A
Children's silver cups at the Ocala
Mr. James Carlisle came up from
the camp of the McGehee & Mayo in-
terests near Belleview Wednesday as
a witness-4n court. Jim said that It
was the first time he had .seen the
courthouse square In a year, during
a week day.
The largest line Mo cut glass we have
ever shown. The goods are right and
the price righter. The poatofflce Drug-
LOST-Rlng with a number of keys
attached. Supposed to have dropped
them at postoffice Saturday. Reward
for the return of same to P. H. Nugent.
G. W. Caruthers, one of the pros-
perous truckers of Coleman, was In
town Wednesday and reports .the
trucking situation as a serious one,
from the fact that the mill and crate
industries are employing men at $2.6t
a day and that to secure workers in
the truck fields equal wages must ,be
paid and the truckers say this they
cannot do and make money.
FOR SALE-Full blooded Berkshlre
ROVYAl. G POW r Co.. NEW YO*K.
Store will be
open all this
10 P.M .
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SmT n Raop,
ang Art Sqmmrn
A STREET ACCSI NT
Adam Ervlne. a color 4 a I0ml94W. ;- :;"." i'.
ed at the Marion Farms tahii h, ;
knocked unconsious ad am r Srlt*^ -^ :**
it was thought -x .wsllii '" '
retd..at- thO t .cot s -e ,rlm j F .f
the stabl- by f"ig *
He was rIdliag: th hqo at q s^^ ,
gait whe the: a.nmal waw,-.^
fn to tM gr-nd, tbrmgfta the I-Y.-
ieavtiy over his gea. ,Dr. Al. .. ,.
Hood was swnmond d nd -t4.. no -
dressed the man's Injuries. -. -.
STOPS ANY ITCHfIQ ".. ,; ,.
Dean's Ointimnt Curse Lcwging..,-7
-It --in ...- P .; ;.* .
- One appleatoio of (bg -oftn'
stops any Itchting. ..it
cures ecezat, iththi s g uumts, p
-any skin eruptIon or skoltr Il r- t. Ir
is tto-i cheawt rrmdy 'to ^- "M ''l ,
4ea-be:. itte oe -t is 9
bring relle a.ad a e. .a .
W. H. Ttr t flarmse, iMl
Be~oh, Ca., says: 1 bhav" u*' .
With a. ski disease fr abo .. '--
years and ot no eler unt I i I
Doan's Ointment, a few 4dpM q w ... *
has cured me. It has aloo t.
wife relief froa in nat ur -
trouble, which was said to h .. '.. ,
elas. I am plad to recommend iDm " *
Ointment." -'- .
For sale by all druggists. Prlc* '
cents. Foster-MllbUrn Co, .
New York, sole agents forum tme Uuam-- V
states. Romemiber the naur-Po
-and take no) othi r.- .' "
FOR at * **;; . "'
A seven-room hos la ri :
Apply to G. A. Carmca. '
JL Q. Ward. a mi e.nplX-. W"
was before the mayor tde itvU r.i .-
and who has since been daf 4tlaral -^ *:'-
the city "water wagon" to in;i l. .
the public streets sincs, took
leave Wednesday and left t e cy to ,.
hold the bag ;
We have a small. but sstlt t. -
date. Ifne of ~ lad ih' tkr -1a .:
alligator and other leatsil s f sIS.-
sizes and colors. ,
A. IL Burntt, tj
Buy your mileage books an
over the A. C. L frem.L. T..I1I-N
the city ticket aget'. CO -.. ,,
Odala, House. .- -. .. i,
It is a mistake to I"-&.ll .
thartle to open the boweLS. A Mb''4-t
movement wlU accomspll* .Ig. '"
wlthout ca ng dIaru.- ;f V ..'i
consequences late..t D ,' m sIe-., '
Ehrly Risers are r 3. 9
by the Anti-Monopoly Da-fllk t w&
&^ A A a U-
k' W I-*
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMS3tR 2, lim
In all stations of life,
been undermined and
and vitality may have
by overwork, exacting
social duties, the too frequent bearing of children, or other
causes, will find in
the most potent, invigorating, restorative, strength giver
ever devised for their special benefit. Nursing mothers will
find it especially valuable in sustaining their strength and
promoting an abundant nourishment for the child. Expect-
ant mothers too will find it a priceless boon to prepare the
system for baby's coming and to render the ordeal compara-
tively easy and painless.
It can do no harm In any state, or condition
of the female system.
Delicate, nervous, weak women,
who suffer from frequent headaches,
backache, dragging-down distress
low down in the abdomen, or from
painful or irregular monthly pe-
riods, gnawing or distressed sen-
sation in stomach, dizzy or faint
spells, see imaginary specks or
spots floating before eyes, have dis-
agreeable, pelvic catarrhal drain,
ulceration, prolapsus, anteversion,
retroversi'n, or other displace-
ments of womanly organs from
weakness of parts, will, whether
they experience many or only a
Jew of the above symptoms, find
relief and, generally, a permanent
cure, by using faithfully and fairly
persistently Dr. Pierce's Favorite
This world famed specific for
woman's weaknesses and peculiar
ailments is a pure glyceric extract
of the choicest native, medicinal
roots without a drop of alcohol in
its make-up. All its ingredients
are printed in plain English on its
bottle-wrapper and attested under
oath. Dr. Pierce thus invites the
fullest investigation of his formula
knowing that it will be found to
contain only the best agents known
to the most advanced medical sci-
ence of all the different schools of
practice for the cure of all woman's
peculiar weaknesses and ailments.
Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets and
Antiseptic Suppositories may also
be used with great advantage con-
jointly with the use of the "Favor-
ite Prescription" in all cases of
ulceration, and in pelvic catarrh.
They cost only 25 cents a box each,
at drug stores or, sent by mail,
post-paid on receipt of price in
stamps by Dr. Pierce whose ad-
dress is given below.
If you want to know more about
the composition and professional
endorsement of the "Favorite Pre-
scription," send postal card request
to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.,
for his free booklet treating of
You can't afford to accept as a
substitute for this remedy of known
composition a secret nostrum of un.
known composition. Don't do it.
A CAR OF
STEEL CHAMPION FENCING
THE BESr EVER BROUGHT TO OCALA.
The material is all right
It builds the best fence
It is sold reasonably
W. SMITH & CO.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
The chairman told me at the meeting
that I was out of order.%
"Well, wasn't he right'?"
"No. I saw a doctor on the way
home, and he told me that I was never
In better shape in my life."
.o A DUiferenee.
Guest (going over the picture gallery
and halting before a portrait)-And is
this the-old master? Servant-No, sir.
Bare, that's the auld mlssus.-Londou
DEATH FROM LOCKJAW
Never follows an Injury dressed with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
and healing properties prevent blood
poisoning. Chas. Oswald, merchant of
Rensselaersvllle, N. Y., writes: "It
cured Seth Burch, of this place, of the
ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw."
Cures cuts, wounds, burns, and sores.
25 cents at Tydings & Co., druggists.
Price 25 cents.
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 well tu call and
inspect the stock.
Worth doing Is worth doing well. If
you wish to be cured of rheumatism,
use Ballard's Snow Liniment and you
will be "well cured." A positive cure
for sprains, neuralgia, bruises, con-
tracted muscles and all the ills that
flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams,
Navasota, Texas, writes: "I have used
Ballard's Snow Liniment for sprained
ankle and it gave the best satisfaction.
I always keep It In the house." Sold
by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Enthualnst to the End.
An enthusiastic FrencIfh physician.
while dying, made careful observa-
tions of his condition, detailing his
symptoms to his son and attending
physician in order that they might
make a record of them. At the very
end, when he was on the point of pass-
ing away, he surprised the friends at
his bedside by saying, "You see I am
The Father-So you think you can
support my daughter? The Suitor-I'm
quite sure I cah,. sir. if you will help
us out. The Father-I'll help you out
all right, all right! Whereupon the
suitor dashed madly down the front
steps with the father a close second in
the race.--Cleveland Plain Dealer.
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
We are pleased to announce that
FoIle's Hmnv andu Tnar for ctviierh,
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STARTLED BY A BIRD.
%SO Owl That Jarre the Wuahla-
In one of the many glass cases In the
Bmithsonian Institution at Washington
to a stuffed owl.. This particular owl
Is the one, In the words of the late
Presideflt Hayes, "that jarred the
Washington monument," and therein
lies the story.
Daring Centennial year congress re-
solved to provide the necessary funds
for the completion of the monument,
which up to that time bad been work-
ed at only while the several smaller
appropriations lasted. It was discov-
ered, however, that the original founda-
tion was likely to prove incapable of
sustaining the enormous weight of
marble necessary for carrying the
shaft 550 feet above terra firma. A
new foundation was therefore needed.
and architects thought a solid concrete
bed 100 feet square and nearly four-
teen feet in thickness would aceom-
plish the strengthening desired.
During the operation of replacing the
old foundation it was considered ex-
pedient to provide Leans for noting
carefully the slightest vibration of the
walls, lest the monument might be in
danger of collapsing. Accordingly a
heavy weight was suspended by a
stout thread from the apex t0 a pan
of thick sirup located in the base. so
that no chance drafts of air would be
likely to sway the weight. An ingen-
ious contrivance was so attached to the
weight that the slightest vibration of
the shaft would be faithfully recorded,
and Its insecurity would at once be an
One morning a few months after
these c-.refsl precautions had been
taken there was a great conmmotion
among the workmen. A complete
record of numerous perturbations- and
tremblings had been written on the In-
dex, showiug conclusively that the
mammoth obelisk had jarred, swayed
and settled during the night. Scientific
beads were dubiously shaken. After
much persuasion one of the men finally
consented to go to the top and examine
Into the cause. The astonishing report
came into the midst of the anxious
throng below that an owl in seeking
shelter In the lofty tower had somehow
managed to catch its wiugs in the
thread and was still hanging there,
suspended to the interior of the monu-
ment, and the innumerable flappiugs
and struggles of his owlslip had all
been recorded by the Index as testi-
mony against the stability of plumb
laid marble blocks and solid concrete.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
A Pertinent Suggetion From a Col-
In order nt to conflict w.lh the
Sunday s'-hool Christmas eve enter-
tainment at WVeirsdale. which many
of our people wish to attend, the en-
tertainment ,f the S--,uth Lake Weir
Sunday -:,hool will be held on Christ-
Mr. R. M Carter and family, who
have b*en visiting Mr. Carter's par-
ents. return ed this we.;-k to their home
Forest fires have been prevailing of
late and have done much damage in
the turpentine woods. ,,ne burned
ove-r Mr. A. B. Blake's fine timber tract
on Tu'-,Ja and but for prompt action
would have destroyed rneof his dwei-
Aling hou-s. tf.irmerly ;he J. A. McMa-
Mrs. E. S. Uphair spent a few days
thi week in Ocala. -hopping and vis-
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Canihan went up
to Ocala M',_,n'iay tj do s .-in- shopping.
They rt-turn-1 Tut-da;.
r.-J,,nn Turnlt --. \h .,- has been vis-
itirng ter-".,* --rnt up to Micantipy M
d:iv to vi-it at thai pi a <-'
Mr. Artihur Adtl'ni \ ho ihas be-.n
emijloyd ill C'izitinnati. < *hio. fur suv-
'-rut i n'i 1r.- rturn.-.l hoile Tuesday.
Mr. anlid Mri- ''. "S. .;att-s 'ook a trip
;t, LakeI k \\rii atl Eastlake in their
PR-v. J. W\. M(.lnto.-h. one of our
w-Il known .kILrt-- I ,tizlenls, hands u.s
thet flowiitg. w\vhiwh somer.ns t_ tus to
contain suggesti.jr,'- worth considera-
HARRY B. CLARKSON, General Ma
OILO, amTcm ~,
Bw/wyvr- ^^n^THE ORMoom
Cures Coughs. Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throt 1
and Lung Troubles Prevents Pneumonia and ,onM14 Qoi J"
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS
be captured, more-- taxs--- would be paid, I
iort,1r len w\'tould be- at Nv.ork arnd would I FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
stay lnige-r in a place, aiid tihe country y
would bc t.- 't.r, ina,,..ially and jnor-
wally. J. M.lno Ih. An Exening Star to read and take
I aJ% avay \ \ith yo free, with yuur ineals.
The- nei-gr will nit be molel-id a at Keating's Cafe.
long a l he behi\,- hini-;-lf an. doe- -_
his (lut\ a: a itize-n. The Old Greek Divorce Law.
-A clergyman was railing against di-
How Is Baby Todayl "e ought to have the divorce
ow Is B Today I law that was enforced Iu ancient
Better, thank you. In fact, quite well. Greece," he said. "'If that old Greek
B t k y. I ft, qe wel clause was tacked to every separation,
Fat, round and full of life and mischieL 1 am ersuae that divorces would
,,. . .,. I am persuaded that divorces would
Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim fall off 0 to 70 per cent. This law
pies. No cough, no indigestion, was that wheu a man got a divorce he
All on account of couldhi ot under auy circumstances
tLmarry another woman younger than
his ex-wife. An innocent law, a brief
law. not much to look at, but how
many divorce suits would, be nipped
in the bud if al! husbands knew that
after the separa .on they could not*
ae by m e w s marry younger women than the wives
administered by a mother whose lov theyhad east off!"-Phbladelphia Bul-
was tempered with common sense, letin.
She knows that OZOMULSION is
a fountain of energy for grown-ups, Water on the Veldt.
too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes Water is sometimes very scarce and
plenty of rich blood. For pale. feeblet precious on the South African veldt,
folk it is the chief nourisher at life's according to a writer, who says: "In
.... Itc . our veldt cottage we had no well only
least. It curca C.onsumptton when 1. .. ... *
e a st A d. el large tanks, and about August our
taken in tim All druggists sell t- condition usually became esperate.
5o cents and $1.oo the bottle. Let uu If you washed jour hauds you carried
send you the precious fluid out to pour It on
mg Saffe1f hv Mail some thirsty plant or vegetable; the
Free am.lv,-..f--- 5v fail .,_-.I.....
GvII %p mar e v ~wwarswe w W 1w~w i w mw
Write letter or postal to
CS Pin* Street. New York
+ CAPU DINE
I iALL ACHES
+ i^ ^ And N-rvousoess
| ^ T m eibtt eIOc Aidruntgors
Ten years ago was a g0 aOd typewriter
Five years ago was a bettertypewriter
Today is the beettypewriter
uath water the same, part of it being
first saved tu scrub floors. Cabbage
and potato water was allowed to cool
and then used for the garden or to
wash the dogs in first, so that these
waters did three duties."
FOLLOWING THE FLAG
When our soldierss went to ('uba and
the Philipine-. health was the imout
important consideration. Willis T.
Moirtoii. retircod counmin .sary sergeant.
U'. S. A.. of Rural Route 1, Concord,
N. l.. says: "I was two years in
Cuba and two years in the Philip-
ines. and being subject to colds* took
Dr. King's New Discovery for (Con-
sumption, which kept me in perfect
health. And now, in New Hampshire,.
we find it the best medicine in the
world for coughs and colds, bronchial
troubles, and all ung diseases." Guar-
anteed at Tydings & Co.'s dugstore. I
Price 50 cents and $1. Trial bottle free.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
Strayed or stolen, one dlrk dun cow:
unniarked, oie o Lorn little l.w; buish at I
tail white. Abve- reward of $5 to any
one minding tier and letting rme know.
\'as t-ared at Micanopy. Strayed
about Nou. ist. A. M. AndJcrson, Wil-
PUBLIC SPEAKER INTERRUPTED
Public speakers are frequently in-
terrupte-d by people coughing. This
would not happen if Foley' Honey and
Tar v. f- taken, as it cures coughs and
colds aid prrev-rnts pneumonia. The
e-iinuine contai.-: nou opiutes and is in
a yellow package. Sold by all druggists.
S BIG STO(, OF WATCHES
I I ha e the L.:;t line o,,f watches to
i .ele -t frujii of anV tItiu e- in 4'entral
1vi ,rida. WVat. hs..~ for lalics arnd ien,
land fur any pice, ai-u any de-,ign eor
s.'iZe. 4'olime in and iii-pect tlhe line.
A. E. Burne-tt, the Jeweler.
S INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE CO..
'OF JACK ,oVILLE., FL.A.. -
SPays the most liberal sock, accident
and djoth ihona^iro. ..nn- tho. _n.._wm _*
f^tMore Th (
1 ] Weahh '
*LIMEMENT & I D SW i .
r*, i SNOW TVI8
you will always have good health. What is mae to im
than good health? All the money in the world A*tkf e
happiness where health it unknown, rne L"
CI T sb1 um 1, Cuts, his. S padns NOr
CU RE S SoresStiff job".. Cbsmm U*0
SBac B ail thM & idt Fa b *IsNo".
One Who Know&
J. 0G. Scott, Salt Lake Ci!y., Utah. writes- Is ICBM
too highly praise your Ballard's Snow A nom1, t b
the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudd en a
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend yor
Ballard's Hlorehound Syrup for coughs and o.
These used together defy all pain.
GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes 2c, $Si.1
T liallard Snow Liniment Co.
500-502 North Second Stint,
ST. LOUIS, MISSOU$.
Sold and Recommendcd by '
THE ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORK ,*
Florida East Coast Railway
Sol ILa Tudkl a. h li XW Slr I *
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See How Cose These I
Meshes Are. They WO- t;:
'I an Little Ptgs. W S
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Heavy Wire,BCose sh, Pigight. J i b
Topandbottom bars No. '2
10 galvmnfw# wire, Inter- Map
mediate bars No. II galvan- : : : : i" I.
tzed wire, Stays No. 12 gal- .
vanized wire 12 inches apait. We are Exclusive Agents for ELWOCA i
The KiM" You Have Aways Bought, and which has been
In Use for over 80 years, has borne the signature of
c* -and has been made under his per-
sonal supervOison since its infnmey.
43 ^Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good"' are but
xpyerimenta that trifle with and endanger the health of
ilmat and Children-Experience against P-pewinm&tU
What is CASTORIA
L7n RG r
The Negro Problem
I think on- ,of the be-st things to, bet-
ter the condition of the ne-gro would
be to require every man to have a t
certificate or re.oinendatioii, signed
and sealed by a iiotary public. Not
because ni-gro4,-s as a holeoe are dis-
Ill. e-St, but ti pot,-t t. the- hen.--st nf-
gri. This \-moulil io- the means of
changing thi.- sidewv.tlks and waiting
rouins f'lii, luo fing li. -: to I) hat
they ought tij be. Maniv murd'ercrs
and SCoundIre-Is" whe now -"cape wo 'juld
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