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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
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Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: December 22, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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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Vlume 10, No. 18. CALA, FORMIA, SATUIBAY., ECEMBE 22, 1N. Flty 1 a sa a lr.
-i- i i i


r Fresh Arrivals

Brick and Sweltzer Cheese,


red PaWkages I Daes,
FL iigPis,
Frcy Cakes,
hed Packages Stailed Dales.
hed Packages Figs,
Sdieqd Ahmds,
(Craberrles aid
Craberry Saace at


TEAPOT GROCERY.


ABOUTTHE EYES


Your eyes are subject to as many
dferent defects as the body is to do-
formaties. Whereas i *should be one
of the most perfect organs of the body.
It is natural that you should need
gleases for reading, writing, sewing
and other close work. Between the
ages of 40 to 50, a perfect eye should
Seed glasses at this age to relieve them
from the strain when used for close or
S ear work. Many young people need
glasses early in life to relieve the
S various forms of eyestrain, which is
the cause of 75 per cent. of all head-
ehes Just think: It has been proven
by eminent authorities that 3 people
*ut of every 4 that have headaches
t ve defective eyes. Glasses are the
renedy, because they CORRECT the
* u&reCi S. When properly fitted there
Oi no eye strain. When you get reaoy
o be relieved of these headaches call
d amsee me. I make a specialty of cor-
, lesting eyes where others fail. Satis-
S Emotion guaranteed, or money refund-
ed, My references are those that I
11eave relieved.
DR. D. M.-BONEY,
Eyeelght Specialist. Optical Parlors
2 and 4 Gary Building, Ocala, Fla.


A Choice Stock

; Of Fresh Beet, Pork

And Mutton,

L Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry,
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and
Choice Fresh Family Groc
series, 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
of Electric Fans. in both the
General Electric Co. and the
r Westinghouse make. The lat.
ter cost a little more, but re-
quire less current to operate
them. I al]o carry in stock
Fancy (lobes. High. Low
Lights. etc.
All kinds of electrical work


and repairing done at reao
able prices, under a full gu{
antee. ffyour lights are o
of fix. or you need wirii
done, phone to No. 310).

Walter Tucker.


J. tZenasPeston,


Tv writere.


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SERIES OF THE SOL015


JUST


W.I be Raised Fifty Per Cent. If
Senator Gallinger's Resolution
Pas Both House. A nice line of Cut Glass and
i' ., .,eh.nr '. .n, I,-,. 2-.-Senator Gal-
:inper has ,,-r i th(- eight for increas-
ed "salari.s .,f rr.-r on Congress. .S ver w ar e.
HWe int ntuce '*-an am-ndnmer.nnt to the T


legislative, ,xecutivte and judicial ap-
prr-priation bill providing for an in-
u ra.s to $7.500 of the salaries of sen-
a.i.rs and representatives.

SIX SISTERS IN SUCCESSION
Have Been Brides of James Craven,
And All but the Last Have Lost


OCALA


JEWfcLERS,


CO.,

OCALA, FLA.


Their Lives Soon After
Their Weddings
W.-ashington. I' -'.---A '!iirpal h to,
th P,-t ;s t f. ..'wing story: Notice of Session of Conventions held every Monday at
Wh'-n Jan-s < 'ravn. formerly of i Ocala Lodge No.-851, 7:30 p. m. Castle Hall over Peyser's
MNnta.n;. and L-na I amprecht were Benevolent and Pro- store. A cordial welcome to visiting
madi one here yesterday by a justice tectiv Order of Elks. brothers. Jake Brown, C. C.
,of the peace, the brilegroom hadI Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th Chas. K Sage, K. R. S.
married the last of a family of six 'uesdays in each month. Visiting
sisters, five of whi-,m had been wooed brothers cordially invited. FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
and won by Craven only to meet with Wmn. Anderson, Exalted Ruler.
a violent death so,'n after b-coining David S. Williams. Secretary. An Evening Star to read and take
his wif I away with you free, with your meals,
Thirty years ago Crav,'n, who had THE TEXAS WONDER lat Keating's Cafe.
a trading post in Montana met the Curs all kidney, bladder and rheu-!
Lamprecht family, and become infat- matic troubles. Sold by all drugstores, W. H. TYSON
uated with Nora, the eldest of the rj two month's treatment by mall for --
six comely sisters. The c-urtship was $1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in High
short but decisive, and the wedding St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials. Grade Whiskies, Wines and Brand-
fo:lowed shortly. Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly i ; i-.L te


But 'Iraven was unaware tnat unar- Drugstore.
ley Wolf, a half-breed Indian, had set
his heart on wedding the buxom Nora BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE
and when he heard the wedding bells __
ringing for the trader the half-breed You can get a splendid, established
swore to be revenged. A few weeks
sworer to be revenged. p A few weeks business, lease 'on the store, or can
after the marriage poor Nora was shot purchase the store if preferred. Apply
dead in her doorway by the half-breed. to F W Dt to, i.
Wolf made his escape, and Craven,
after four years of mourning. decided DRESSED CHICKENS
that it was not good for a man to be
alone. So he paid his addresses to There are a fine lot of dressed chick-
Marie Lamprecht. the next oldest ens, young and fat, at Meffert and Tay-
daughter. lor's cold storage rooms, where a sup-
With the half-breed a fugitive from ply will be kept until after the holidays.
justice, Craven felt comparatively safeCall at the cold storage if you wish
but one day he found that is second ome of the poultry.
,some of the poultry.
wife had been* laid lrIw by a bullet
fired by the same murderer, who had
evidently taken an oath of extermi-
nation. Craven made an earnest at-
tempt to draw a bead on the assassin,
but Wolf was too adriot and got out
of the way.
Then the widower reached the con-
clusion that a period of quiet matri-
monial life was before him. so he
courted and married the third sister,
by name Effle.
The couple had just sealed down
to a happy existence when crack went
the Winchester of Wolf, and Craven
was again a widower. .
This had a discouraging effect on
the trader, who decided to leave Mon-
tana and go to Ohio, where a man
could live in peace with his wife. Ac-
cordingly, he settled down in this
state. He socn became restless, how-
ever, and wandered back to Montana
where he prevailed upon Helen, the
fourth sister, to accept him for better
or for worse. She consented, but on
the condition that he make an effort
to "do" the half-breed before he "did"
her.
Craven admitted that this was a
necessary precaution, so. after the
wedding he shouldered his rifle and
,went out in search of his foe. Wolf
had not been invited to the ceremony,
but he caine around shortly after
Helen had taken possession of her
home. Craven. however, caught sight
o him first. and, with a well directed
bullet, removed Wolf to another sphere
of usefulness.
But Helen soon aftre-ard was tak-
n ill anti i1. and ('raven deocid ed


that luck was against him. However,
he went to Bertha. the fifth daughter,
and, with assurances that WVolf wa.
dead, prevailed on her to accept his
hand and heart.
Everything went aiong nicely till
Bertha was thrown from a horse and
killed. 'rhen Craven came to the con-
clusion that he was indeed, a matri-
anonial ho( do(1t. nd returned sadly to
Ohio.
But he r-co:,.leal that Lena, the
youngest and'. a.t ,f ithe Lamprecht
girls, was stili in Miontana. Sw he sent
for her to) comi- here and be his bride.
He did not dar. t ,, n\el her in the
W st.
She came, anl :h%-y \ver', marri>I
y. sterday.


Next door to the Marion Farms
Stables; 'phone, 388. We are the only
dealers here who handle all beers. No.
25 South Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla.

MORE FINE STOCK COMING
Having sold out the carload of fine
horses and muless we received a short
time ago, our Mr. Hugh Nichols has
gone to market for another car of fine
animals, which will be here in a few
day. This load will be well worth
waiting for, and we ask you to come
and see them on their arrival.


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All the people in Tnts town are won- i I _
ar during what 0,ill happen to Lena. -
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S LYNCHING IN MARYLAND
A Negro Rapist Hung and Riddled c
With Bullets on One of the
Streets of the Capital
Annapolis. Dec. 22.-Henry Davis.
alias H1nry Chambers. a negro. was
- taken from jail here yesterday by a
masked mob an] !ynched. i I
The negro committ.-d a felonious as-
sault upon Mrs. Jo.n Reid last Fri-
day, about five miles fro' this place.I
5. The negro confessed the rime, be- I
. ... .... 1 ... Tif-i i h


CONTEMPT OF COURT


Was Forcibly Shown by


Fra


brock, who Attempted to
nate Judge Cutting


nk E!er-
Ass -


Chicago. Dec. 22.-An attempt was
made yesterday to assassinate Judge
Chas C. CCtting. of the probate court,
by Frank Elerbrock.
Elerbrock entere-1 the curt room
with Judge Cutting and placing a re-
volver to the side of the judge, fired.
Just at the moment the pistol was
discharged, the judge moved to one
side and the bullet passed through
his clothing without doing ahrm.
Elerbrock attempted to fire a sec-
ond time after seeing that the first
bullet had done no harm. but he was
overpowered and disarmed before he
could do so.
It was reported that ETerbrock was
disappointed by u recent decision of
Judge Cutting. and gave indications
of insanity. He was arrested and Im-
prisoned for his attempt to kill the
judge.

TO HURRY UP FREIGHTS
In the Matter of the Anendment of
the Rules and Regulations of the
Railroad Commission by Adding
Rule 17 to the Demurrage Rules
(Order No. 127.)
Office of the Railroad Commissioners
of the State of Florida.


This matter coming on this day to
be heard, after due notice to all the
railroad companies and common car-
riers doing business wholly or in part
within the state of Florida. and the
said railroad companies having been
given an opportunity to he heard, and
the commissioners being fully advised
in the premises;
It is hereby ordered and adjudged,
That the rules and regulations of the
railroad commissioners of the state of
Florida be and the same are hereby
amended as follows, by adding the
following to the "Demurrage Rnlee":
17. Whenever shipments have been
received by any railroad company.
such shipments desffned to stations
within a distance of fifty miles from
starting point, shall be transported to
destination within two days from 7
o'clock p. m. the day of issuing the bill
of lading, and in one day's additional
time for each additional ffty miles or
fraction thereof; provided, that in the
computing time of freight in transit
there shall be allowed twenty-four
hours at each poliat.rhere transfer-
ring from one railroad to another or
re-handling of freight is involved; and
for failure to transport such ship-
ments within the time prescribed, the
railroad company shall forfeit and pay
to the consignor or consignee the sum
of $2 per day on all carload freight
and one cent per hundred pounds per
day on package freights and freights
in less than car lots. with minimum
charge of 25 cents for any package;
provided the shipper makes demand
therefore in writing within thirty days
thereafter; provided further, that in
no case shall the penalty on any ship-
ment exceed the value of the goods
eransported. The period of time dur-
ing which the movement of trains is
suspended for any cause not within
the power of the railroads to prevent
shall be added to the time allowed
herein.
Provided further. That the initial
carrier shall be held responsible to the
consignor or consignee for delay in
accordance with this rule. and when-
even in the transportation of any
freight which may pass over two or
more lines any delay is occasioned
after it has been promptly offered to
!a connectJon by the initial road. the
initial road shall recover of the road
Sat fault for demurrage paid in Acor-
'dance with this rule.
SThis' rue shall be effective on and
;after January 1st, A. D. 1907.
Done and ordered by the railroad
commission of the state of Florida, in
Session at their office in the city of
ITallahassee. Florida. this 18th day of
December. A. D. 1904.
J. L. Morgan. Acting Chairman.
SAttest: R.C. Dunn, Secretary.

PORTO RICO PUT OFF
SCitizenship Will Not be Granted Next
Year to the People of Our Most
Southeastern Possession


Chicago. Dec. 22.-A special from
Washington to the Tribune says that
citizenship will not be granted tj the
people of Porto Rico. by this Congress,
and probably not by the next
The leaders of both branches of
Congress have reached the conclusion
that the time is not ripe for such ac-
tion.
FOLLOWING THE FLAG
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Philipine". health was the most
important consideration. Willis T.
Morton. retired commissary sergeant,
U. S. A., of Rural Route 1, Concord,
V 1 mas a .w .


DAVID S. W0LW,


REAL ESTATE

PHOSPHATE LANDS A
SPECIALTY.


ROOM 81,


Homain Buwcw


OCALA, Yvour'.


PHOSPHATE LANDS


Either in hard rocK or pebble regio
If developed I can sell them for yu.
If not developed. I can have the wor
done for yeu
I have the following to ofer In
Ocala city property:
ZeBUTT PROPERTY
The northwest corner lot, 89 feet
facing Magnolia street and 84 feet on
North First street, facing the govers
ment building site, is utill M old; al
the lot- immediately south of It, 28
feet by 84 feet.
ALLRED HOTEL
Situated immediately north to the
Seaboard depot. Has two-stoy, U*
room hotel building upon it and ot-
houses. Occupies entire block.
ALLRED DWELLING HOUIS


Also covers an entire block d mrt
of hotel. 12-room dwellng and bma
on south half of block. North halt en
be built on.
NEW ADDITION TO OCALA
I am plattiag forty are west of the
Seaboard main line, whicb I wiLB p e
on the market in a few day. Good
title and easy payments. Wide street
and alleys.
"WOODMAR"
The garden spot of Idake Weir. I Tard
a small finished cottage to rent thea
by the week or month. There 1 alnth-
ng more beautiful in Florida. 1B
lot and build a cottage. You will oa-
or regret It.



MICIER & IACKA!

r UNKAL DIRECTORS

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D. E. MclVIER


ALFRED I OWEI


U nertakhw

ine Caskets anl d uil MW
All Work Done by Lieneeed U*
banners and Pully uarasad.


C. J. PHILLIPS,
CntAactor aad Bal*o.

Ptans and 8pepieatiom Fim lu-1
Upon Rost

129 Sooth Thrd Stlet,
Ocala, Fl. Phoas I30


ICE


DISTILLED WATEt--Fre DelvWrr


Ocala Ice & Fuel Co.,
TelephoMn I 5.


WommuODI>


A Big Ioad fot $1


B. H. SEYMOUR

Phase 185


OCALA PREum CLUW
J. F. WILLIAMsN, Prep.
We Make a Gpeeiaty of LieW' Iklrtf
of am KCin
Rates Reasonable-A oeed Prmed
and Cleaned on 8hort Notioe and DeO
livered Prompty.

'PHONE 167
All transient work not called far
within 3 av will hb. e fr itr


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PAGE TWO


OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 190


EVENING STAR

C. L. BITTINGER CO.

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll
Proprietors and Publishers.

C. L. BITTINGER,
Editor and General Manager

R. R. CARROLL,
City Editor and Buss.s;ss Manager.

OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
Exercises Preparatory to Taking the
Holiday Vacation
In t:.e a:t --r.', n e yesterday. we bent
our st'!l, : .'. ard the Ocal; I i:& h
school to n,.te th! closing hour pro-
paratory to the holiday season.
On the way we met the little tots
from the pri:imary department, presid-
ed over by Mis.h Nellie Stevens and
Miss Mendt-eni.il. They were full of
the Christmin.Ls spirit. for nearly every
little boy and gir! we saw had a
Christnma. resent rf some kind and
their eyes fiirly glittered with joy.
Upon ari'ving at the school building
we found the first, second and third
grades, under the supervision of Miss
iannie Clark and Miss Margaret
'aylir. nimrching 'out and shouting for
very j.y. T'in hI;lid.y spirit was por-
trayed or. tt;e blackboard In the draw-
ingS of Oihe scholars. Earl Hall ex-
celed hi,'n~tf In drawing a train of
bells, in .dL.1 manner of shapes and
po)sitionsi. Santa Claus was there in
full arr-ay with his sleigh weighted
down wi,' ('hri.stin:m presents, and
again in :in autom<:bile. There was
the g<, 'd ',!(I Christmas thee, laden
with its I re'-ius burden.
In the f.)iLth grade we found Miss
Fort in t t ge. This grade was car-
rying out an Interesting program.
The filta grade, presided over by
Miriam Pa.teur, was cnjoyyng Its
seml-nmort lly exercises and the pro-
grarn w\v: ;li enlidly carried out. Miss
PIarl Lti:, on wa.s reciting a touching
piece a.s \%e ent...red and then the en-
tire gradl an, "Come all Ye Faith-
ful." 'Th-r. wa, s-uc.lt a glow of en-
thusia.-mi in this romn. with its neat
decoration:; and array of good things
f, r the 1, "ir. thatt we coull have set-
thld (idwii for the rest of the after-
inoon, but had to leave.
We lnex:t visited the sixth grade,
presided ive'r by M!.s May Turnley.
who was entertaining her pupils by
reading ;, charming story. We then
la.ssed to tie seventh grade and had
a word or tv o wit4V this grade's pleas-
ant teach r. Miss Hattie Dye All the
pupils were having a delightful time
in antici;,ation of the holidays to
cone.
We next visited the eighth grade.
with Miss (eorgia Borger in charge,
who was reading them an interesting
story of Christmvas and Santa Claus.
The room looked so pretty with its
many flowers an 1 beautiful pictures
that we were loath to leave.
The grammer and high school de-
partment, including grades nine, ten,
eleven and twelve, came next. These
grades are watched over by Miss Sara
Mc('reary, Profe-sor Matlcs and Pro-
fessor Work.nan. Hfre the usual Fri-
day afternoon literary exercises were
in full swing. Theso exercises over.
the part detest to the hearts of the
pupils came next. The scholars of
the twelfth grade had prepared little
tokens of love and respect for their
teachers, whi.h Edwin Spencer, pres-
ident of the Agatheridan Society. pre-
sented in a most interesting aud
touching speech. ,hi'le it wats kind
and considerate of the pulpis to think
of those teachers present. it was more
thoughtful to think of Prof. Erimet
C(owden, wh > was for several years
. teacher in this department, but who
Is now teaching in the Inverness high
school. A speech was called for from
the teachers and each responded in
very appropriate remarks. The Star
reporter was told that he was a wel-
come visitor and that the .-chool was
always glad to hear from him, and
in appreciate< n of this compliment he
made a few reaunrks. Het said the
very air inside of the school building
was vibrant with the intensity of hol-


Iday enthusiasm and it was to note
this pleasant and happy feeling that
he had visit, d the school, :nd he was
not disappointed. for it was in the
sparkling ey.-. the glowing cheek and
the throbbing heart of all
In nearly every room the children
had broua.it gifts for distribution to
those whwoe circumstances s and con-
dition in life denied th(m such things,
which the King's Daughters will see
are properly) distributed.
We ask ,d ev,-ry teacher we could
reach whether they would attend the
state teacher's convention, and receiv-
the following answers: Miss Stev-
end will attend; Miss Mendenhall will
not attend as she will visit her par-
ents; Miss Taylor said she would go;
Miss Clurk did not think she would
be able to get away; Miss Fort said
yes she was going; Miss Dye, was not
sure; Miss Turnley was going to at-
tend but would first visit her mother
at Likeland; Miss Borger thought she
would be there; Miss Pasteur did not
tlink she could attend. Professors
Workman and Matics and Miss Mc-
Creary were all of the opinion that
they would attend
The Ocala school is doing splendid

KEEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVERED,


The Ceataut Weezbh5 ef a Hat I'uepo.
mrs as Din Gman


CHRISTMAS OIlNER IT THE OCAL HOUSE


December 25,1906


LDth!- Ne'-i CCamn *' *ktail. Cr -;a' River Bay Oysters.

India Reri's, Sweet M!. *i ?tck s. *'.: Sauce. ur Pickles, Chow-chow.
Swe-t PLk'ed (Union.-. ': via.r Sax u r 'mnap a a Russe, Consomm.-
d'Orlean,. Essence of A'tL:k-n S izror'-, oi.-I enn.ebec River Sal
in.'n. Shrr p Sauj-. C-: Sry. .. 1 :vi, *'ucumoers.
p nion. h:- i hamai Sauci.

Roast Primet Rits of N ..- Y k --e-i N'.it .L .tuC. R:Iat )nmesti,: Duik.
Stu'fe Curi .r.'t J-l;y '?. f Si P- with Apple Sauce

Swee-'t I;reai'su~.r.drc .1ATl Chr.o:pign.'n-. Sg ft 'She'l <'ribs. Tartare Sauce.
Spanish Pu. PJch *-'; Sa -r Sw : h Sa.'i.d. Mashe-d Potatoes.
C'udited Yir. St. r' -i R.- e. Frer, ni P-as. Spinach with Eggi.
I.yster La; Asl.-Ira.,'-. D.I wn Butt-er

Chrintti.ta. Plum Pd. .r-; ,l.:..i -,oi i- ioned Pumpkin Pie
Strawberry Sh Cra. C il-I, v\'r.!.l. I 1*'...:': .'s rated Cakle. Almond.s.
Walnuts, I:-.ns. :i ..:ian Nu'. 'l; R. Iii. -. Apples. Oranges
Tangernre-i, Malaga iJraI.es. Y n.r.; S'e-'- American. Brie or
E'lair. Cheese, Sal';:ne or B-en -' A\;-i < rockers. Coffee.


TWELVE NEW ENGINES


Have Been Shipped fronW Philadelphia
for Use on the Coast Line
(Tampa Times.)
The Times several days ago pub-
,lished a story to the effect that the
officials of the Atlantic Coast Line
railway were doing everything within
'their power to secure new rolling
:sto,'k from the various car and en-
Sinr.- manufacturing concerns of the
'_'ovntry in the hope of relieving thi
transportation situation in Florida.
iand that the orders for rolling stock
were so heavy that they were unable
ito secure relief.
FI'olowing up this story, the Times
; lakes pleasure in announcing the
Sfact that twelve new engines. manu-
'fac:tured ,y William Bernham & Co..
,theri\\se known as the Baldwin Lo-
',!, :,"t.e ,Works. w-re shipped to the
hiluri divi-son from Philadelphia on
M'.lnd.y last. The third division, as
g n.nora'ly known, is the Florida
Ti'e-e new n!:ines \ill be in readi-
In..ss for service in this state within
4:he :-ext ten dayss or two weeks, and
!irom, that tir::e onu ill be in consta-ht
' use.


S'The- servi,:e of these engines will
____-- -. -..- -- ---- --o irk wonders in the way of relieving
I freight congestion in every section of
work and we -houId ,he r ,. '.' FOR SALE the state. and to make the outlook
teachers who are :n-xki: ; thi- ,k i better the shipment of twelve engines
so effective. A Fine Ten-Room House is but a foreunner of much larger
S.el my fine residence in theshipments 4)f both engines and phos-
K ocrtW 4. i aell my fine residencee n nntte at- -, .. h :: -
The concert last r.gl fi r.l. It is a two-story, ten-room phte. flat anti freight cars. The Coast
Hall by the mu.si pupil. fir Haar. It is a two-story. ten-room Line ha'. orders with the various man-
Hall given by Mrs. Han y '. s use an- has a bath and all modern ufacturing concerns for engines and
drew a, large audience, which wI prov- ts. large lot, at a price that imars ; sficilent to equip the average
treated to a most enj(,ya.; l -rtair- 11 in t a buy ers. Price and terms ala allnd wh.en these orders are
.;rt "sonal~le to, a respo)nsible buyer. A tlo .. r l.. ., ,, .
ment. The program was .ri-d an nle t responsible b A fille there 1 ;1! 1,, no cause for comn-
........b I laing ti (ity the cause of the sale aint.
there pupils certainly denr' ..stratn d y .Ap.ly to M. Ilandelsman at the Bos- -
their playing splendid training. T'I- ,. Store, Fla.
occasion was something out of the o1 DEADLY SERPENT BITES
dinary and the applause that greeted BIG STOCK OF WATCHES (Are as common in India as are stom-
the performers showed the deep ap- I--h an, liver ,lir..ers with us. For
preclation of those Ipresent. Among ave he best l of watches to the latter, however, there is a sure
those who sang beautifully wtre MSiss I have th best line of watches to hit lee therehis
Nethoe who sang beautifully were Miand select from of any house in Central remedy: Electric Bitters, the great re-|
Nettie Pooser and Mrs. Felthamn. and Florida. Watches for ladies and men, itorative medicine. of which S. A.
those who showed great proficiency on and for any price: also any design or rown. )f Benn.-tt. .ille. S. C.. says;
lie ailey and others. We had hoped size. Con in and inspect the line. "They restore tny wife ti) perfect
lie Bailey and others. We had hopedA. E. Burnett. the Jewel.r. ih.-a!ih laftor \ear-- of suffering with
to give the entire program and the lspsia and a chronically torpid
name of all he participants in th BUSINESS FOR SALE liver." Electric Bitters cure chills and
concert, but the crowded cordlition of ___--- malaria. biliousness, lame back,
our columns prevents us from pubtlis- A srlenJid, well established and pay- kili.y troubles anl bladder Jisorders.
ing the sae until Monday. The taking business for sale. For particulars i'l.d ,n guarantee by Tydings & Co.,
congratulates Mrs H ndley rtapply to F. W. Ditto. druggists. Price 50 cents.
success of last night's entertainm-r.t.
A COTTAGE FOR RENT Sport in Mediaeval English Schools.
Mr. J. H. Lord, one of the ipromirnent
citizens of Braldentown, was in the Eitlher furnih.ed or unfurnished. Ap- Probably the olliet English schools
city today the guest of Mr R. S. Hall. Ply to Mrs. T J Owen. tQ North M:ag- were the I.onlon donwhols descrilbid by
who took him out for a drive behind nol.a street. Ocala Fitzstpphen. who wrote in 1174. He
"Royal White," the most beautiful gives interesting details of the lighter
horse that ever trampled the streets REGULAR BOARDERS moments of sch.)l time. We hear of
of Ocala. Mr. Lord said his section ,f '.ir fin d a comfortable, homelike hotel scholars whl.) on certain privileged oc-
the state was in the height of the and a congenial lot of people, at Col. casions attacked their schoolmasters
orange shipping season; that the con- Shiplan.' MIntiezuma hotel. "in epigrms or other compositions in
ditions of the country were never more numbers," n io,'t-al tlmt low ribaldry
prosperous than now, and that tthe NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS numbers," usg "all that low ribaldry
we read of in the ancients," though one
tourists coming in made things right We are pleased to announce that is id tohear. 'without mentionin"
lively. Foley's Honey .and Tar for coughs, s to en n
nanmes-, In addition to these elegant
colds and lung troubles is not affected ... ..
C. H. Dame returned this morrning by the national pure food and drug exerC'es. they had the more robust
from Granden, where he established a law as it contains no opiates or oth- sports of their time. On Shrove Tues-
camp with eighteen members for the er harmful drug. and we recommend day each boy brought his fighting cock
Woodmen. He will now rest till after it as a safe remedy for children and to school, a:) d they hal cockfights all
the holidays, adults. Sold by all druggists. the morning in the schoolroom and aft-
er dinner played football in the fields
.. of the suburbs. Every Sunday in Lent
there was a sham fight, some of the
I'- -'^< :M 01-1 4 *0 At Easter they played at the water
quintaiu. while on summer holidnys
they practiced at archery, leaping,
wrestling and stone throwing and in
winter slid. skated and went to bull
Si k baits and hog fights. No doubt the
S I 1 I I London schools had their severer side,
I n l and the life was not quite such a round
T h 1 a la Ni w soo .bof dissipation as it reads.- London
SITablet.
9 9
9
STME OLDEST MOUIDAY Two Moh"mmedan
ITHE OLDEStlT hOlAY I |t/Here is a tale from O'Donovan's

OODS MOUSE IN TO W" N Merv Illustrating the bitterness of
SI I1 V feeling between the various sects of
S\ van had offered his Mohammedan at-
4 tendant. who happened to be a Shiite,
o some of his cold chicken, which the
man took at first and chewed rumi-
S_ nantly. Suddenly, however, he spat
k the mouthful out. exclaiming. "'Who
SWe have the largest mid l cooked this?" sinf-e it is a sin for a
we ave ie ls a Moslem to eat foAo cooked by an in-
l; U f HoBiday Goods--DOls, fidel. "Oh. it's all right." replied
4Toy, ok, rt-W h"avt w O'Donovan. "It wia& cooked by your
To B sE e a coreligionists down there." pointing to
ever had. a city of Sunnites. "What:" exclaimed
S', the Shiite furiously. "By those infer-
Sr / nal Sunnites? I shouldn't have minded
SWith each 10 cent prch e a much if it had been cooked by you or
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coupon enltflng yo to a
chance oM three $25 pieces of
Bundpaitled China.

Special Prices to Sunday
Schools.




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Silll uuetIr gI .itn'UI, nuit IPY n i T-Liiinlte.
Pah"' And he spat again in his dis-
gust. "But what is the difference be-
tween Shite and Sunnite? Aren't both
good Moslems?" "What is the differ-
ence between us? rhn't you know that
when a Shiite washes his hand he lets
the water drip from the wrist, but
when those Sunnites wash their hands
they let the water drip from the el-
bow?"
Womam's Lot In Bavaria.
If there is any one country of civi-
lized Europe that is away behind her
sisters in her treatment of the lair sex
it is Bavaria most assuredly. There
all the hard work falls to the women,


while men, it seems, are at best super-
intendents of their labor. The femi-
I C nine portion of the pl,ulation of this
Sr M I strangely unlrogressive country makes
Iits living by sawing wood, carrying
-- f^I mortar and bricks and even doing all
the manual labor of building houses.
Even the municipality itself encour-
ED) ages the employment of women along
these lines by allowing the tramway
^T TT TT1 70XT I c mnanv to hire wmnrin fnr Flaenin.r


SAFE DEPOSIT


We have boxee to rental $ U00r ya
hold a big lot of valuable papers, jewelry, ete
larger boxee costing a little more. -Come amd a


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ALLEN WVi, :BRIDG

fiBpenser of

Pre Ice Cream and Cold Drinks,'
Choice rCan5, Ffw, Cia
FullU Line of af PopularbraAds o Cga ft '


Come in and enjoy old drink or saucer of cream
the electric fans. Don't forget the pla A

ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM PAI U
Next to Munroe & Chaxbllt Bank.


FURNITUPXI

It's a ftttle e, bry oru fwll stf

arriving daily, and we arz in a pa


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you through our stock.


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Iron Beds, $2.50 tp.

Sideboards, $ 1.50 up.

China Closets, $15 and


OCALA FURNITURE


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THE USUAL ENDING

lThose Who Take the Sword Shall
Perish by the Sword, and the
Violent Man Often Meets
a Violent Death


BakingQ Powder



Absolirtely


Pure

DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF

TARTAR BAKING POWDER


Royal does not contain an atom of
phosphatic acid (which is the
product of bones digested in sul-
phuric acid) or of alum (which is
one-third sulphuric acid) substan-
ces adopted for other baking pow-
ders because of their cheapness.


*COVAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW VOORK.


WEATHER FORECAST
Washington, IDec 22.-Fa'r tonight
and Sunday; light front tonight in
north portion.

CHILDREN
Favorite tonic is White's (re-am Ver-
mifuge, the cure for women and all
children's diseases. It not only kills
the worms, but removes the mucus
'and slime in whi h they build their
neats. Its action on the child is mild
and leaves him in a healthy condition.
Joe Daniel, Surmac. Tenn., says that
be gave one of his children White's
Cream Vermifuge when the doctor
thought it had colic, and from the first
dose the child passed 78 worms. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstort.
Japanese jardinierr at Condon's.


Annapolis is the capital of a north-
ern town, and th, location of the
United States naval academy, and yet
a negro was lynched there in broad
daylight for the usual crime. Friday
LADY FINGER AND
BLACK FRUIT CAKE
The above can be had at M-rtinot's
Bakery. The reputation of these goods
is so well established that they need
only to be mentioned. Also a full as-
sortment of other cakes, with a splen-
did stock of fancy groceries, which in-
cludes everything good to eat. Call at
Martinot's Bakery. 3t
PINS, RINGS AND BRACELETS
I have a most beautiful line of pins,
rings and bracelets, in the newest and
prettiest' patterns. Come in and look
them over. A. E. Burnett, Jaweler.


In Savannah la-t Surnay J W J-n-
kins ,as'sh,,t and mortail!y %ounde~d
by his ne; hfe-. Henry Jenkir.. and
died in a hospital In that city 'ne
nf-xt day.
H-nry Jenkinr. k-r': a b ,ardinr
house. and his un.--le .as e-staying .Aiih
him. Some disp'j.- ar br'r e twt-en the
two mn, an:! the .i-der Je!:kinc
threatenil bodi y har': hi i n-phnew
They parted, however. with,,ut con-
flict, but Henry Jenkin:. armed him-'
self and returned to th- roorr. where
his uncle was sitting firing two shots.
both of which struck and caused
wo'jrnls from which the injured man
died the next day.
It does n't s.-em that S. W. J- nkins
w i. threatening his nephew. or was
even ;armed at the t:me of the shoot-
rng, but Henry Jenkins ,ieclarvd th.,t
knowing his uncle's diisppitionn e be--
!lieved his life to be in danger. and
Sif the juror. who try him are as well
!ar'-quaint-dl .vith the d ad man's traits
a;is the ,ol,-lr residf-nts of ( 0'aln. they
Sw-ill doubtl-ss consider the p11-a as
having no little weight.
The death of Jenkins r-calls a v,
tragic incident whi-h t',ok place in
,(t-ala March 3rd. 1R90. in which Je-n-
kins killed Marshal t;eorge C',n,-, in
* front of Dr. I)eloue.': s *1rug.toro
There had been troiuhbe betwe-tn Jen-
Skins and the rnursihal it-au'e -f thte
manner in which Jenkins served lunch
to passengers from the restaurant ,of
his brother. Beauregard Jenkins, who
was occupying the builiing r>;pCJsite
the A. C. L. depot. now kn,'wn as the
Elk's Cafe. From thi- t:iuble the
marshal gave Jenkins ia good beating.
which so rankled in Jenkins' brew:st
that he demanded -atisfaction. which
Cone promptly agreed to give and
Jenkins proposed that they shot it
out. Jenkins suggested they rc, be-
yond the city limits, but Cone "No. right here." Both men were arm-
ed, but as Cone stepped back to use
his gun his foot slipped, throwing
him to his knees. Both pistols went
off at about the same time. Cone was
shot in the groin, the ball lodging in
his spine.
After lingering three months the
marshal died, though Dr. E. Van Hood
did everything that mortal man could
do to save his life.
Jenkins escaped unhurt and disap-
peared. After a year's absence he
returned to Ocala, was tried and ac-
quitted because Marshal Cone had
.challenged him.
IN PRAISE OF
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
There is no other medicine rmanufar-
tuerd that has received so much praise


CLOSE


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See How Close These
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Tlarn Little Ptgs. T'


Heavy Wire, Close Mesh, Pig Tight
Top and bottom bars No. -:
10 galvanized wire, Inter-
mediate bars No. galva- z -
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HARRY B. CLARKSON. General Manager.



HOGANS 'ED' ACS"
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At 1 50
for .ugs


RYE, CORN AND GIN

per gallon. No extra charge
-


CAFE

in connection with saloon, where you
can find the best.

SOUR MASH

Pull quarts, 75 cents; four full quarts,
$3; twelve quarts delivered, for $9.

ROYAL VELVET


$1.50 per quart; four quarts, $6: case
of twelve quarts delivered for $13.
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TO THE TRADE

Our prices are figured on the
very lowest Cash B-isis and under
no circumstances will we ship goods
C. O. D, as the express compa-
nies will only take whiskey at own-
er's risk and open. The law will
not allow them to ship whiskey C.
O. D. We will accept express
orders, postoffice money orders,
one and two cent stamps, and
checks on parties we know are 0.
K. We buy for cash and selt for
cash, thereby giving our customers
the benefit of bad accounts.


MARYLA D CLUB

Per bottle. $1.50; case of tweve bot-
ties for 315. ,

WHEN IN TOWN

Call and see us, and we will try t
treat you white.

OLD PRIVATE STOCK

Full quart, $1.g0; four quarts, delivered
$6; twelve quarts, delivered. $1

LEWIS' 0

S .50 per quart: four quarts, $6; can
oXfwelve quarts, 14.


MONTEZUMA


LEASED FOR TEN YEARS

Best Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date
Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Eat

V. J. SHIPMAN, PROPRIETOR.



HOTEL WINDLE, 15. I, 19 E. Forsyth Street


New and First-Class in all
Appomtments

American Plan $2.00 to
$2.50 per day.
European Plan, Rooms. one;
person, 75c. per day and l
up. Special weekly rates, i
Center of City. Near all
Car Lines. Oaen all the
SYeai oorns withlBath
Extra Charge.


C B. SMITH, Proprietor, Jacksonville, Florida.
Bl1- from Depot and Steam Ships
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)r16TA %,f -afL.t0a f." a'
;M Banh c~o/at Lve Oak.r< ~7r ~'E9
*AfIoe.rudents p/aced i,/i o oilosons (4an by any two octe
,11/ege n10/or.'do .. .-fn Ceuries P eca/, /,, 7st s ucrs
ivate Les~sonj- CGood Board--. -/ eyant Catal/og e Free.-
or p.erthand 'r 4 t t C".Pro, $idsA .


Wr.,TW I W"'F Q... U jV %T&"-


and so many expressions of gratitude
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
is effective and prompt relief follrks
its use. Grateful parents everywhere


do not hesitate to testify to its merits
for the benefitof 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.
Mr. E. A. Humphreys. a well knc.wn
resident and clerk in the store (of Mr.
E., Locke, of Alice, Cape Colony, South
Africa, says: "I have used Cham-trr-
lain's Cough Remedy to ward off
croup and colds in my family. I found
it to be very satisfactory and it g ives
me pleasure to recommend i:." F sale by all druggists.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD


Strayed or stolen, one dark du;n cow;
unmarked; one horn little low- bush at
tall white. Above reward of $5 to any
one finding her and letting ne know.
Was reared at Micanor.y. Strayed
about Nov. 1st. A. M. Anderscrn, Wil-
liston, Fla.


LOST, TWO QOLTS, BOTH SORREL
One two and a half years ;d,: rr.are
sorrel, slender tail with few w.ite hair -
in it. One is a horse colt. Pig:' rr.:'-ntls
old: sorrel: star face: I-ft hind foot
white. Finder rewarded. W H P'r<-
tor, Pedro, Fla. wt
BLACKSMITH ING
All kinds of blacksmith wo--: ! at J. I Smnoak's Wagon Wrk:-.
*'WOODMAR" FRUIT
I have a few boxes '.f farc y rvi'.
half oranges an half -:.atni S it-
able for Christmas gifts. P'IT. ; 'p r
box. f. o. b. Eastlake. Davi.: S, e:-
row, Po>stofrice Box, 957, (_,c(:&i.
GOOD ACOMMODATION
The traveling public ear. :- ;n-rd
;nracommodalmti rat,-s, at Col. Shipman's '.- .-.
hotel.


SAWS FILED
Saws hammered and fi.le-l ,
hours, by S. A. Davis. filer for
Lumber Company. Martei. F!a.
reasonable.


For Boys and Girs
THE KODAK BOX
Ask to s, e it at th P :s-- f *
Store.
LOW ROUND TRIPS VIA
LOUISVILLE & NASHYILLE Ri
Tyha Trnulsvi~ll & 'Nahv-i"- ,R:


Hogan's Special Holiday Offer



Six Full Quarts for $5, Delivered


One Quart Baltimore Rye, One Quart North Carolina Corn,
One Quart Apple Brandy, One Quart Holland Gin,


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Une Quart New tongano lan, une pan uany

This is something that will Tickle You aP it passes down, and you will agree with us that tie's good. The
g(.tds are taken from our regular stock and after buying if ycu don't think its worth $5 for Pix Quarts, retl, it
':( as and we will gladly reftind your meney.
A GLASS AND CORKSCREW FREE WITH EVERY FIVE DOLLAR ORDER.
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WEDDING BELL

Ful: quart, $1.25; four quarts, $5:
twelve quarts for $15.

PAUL JONES

\? ti.25 per quart; twelve quarts for
P 3 5.


THE EVERGLADES


May le drained but Hogan's creek
',-v r will be.

BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH

I :c no i-:troduction, $1.50 per quart.


No Charges for Jugs.


A FEW. MORE HOUDAY OFFERS
RYE AND BOURBON
!,e.-burg Rye. quart. 50 cents; half
gallon $1: gallon. $1.50.
Old Fashion Rye. quart. 75 cents;
half gallon. $1i.5: gallon, $3.00.
Hogan's XXXX Rye, quart, $1; half
gallon :. gallon. $4.


KENTUCKY DEW


At $1.25 per quart: four quarts, $4.751
case of 12 quarts for $12

WELLoRS' 4X CABINET


Ten years old, $2 per quart


CORN WHISKEY MAIL' ORDERS
North C'rolina. quart, .t cent; half
gallon. 1. gallon. 1.75. Will have prompt attention and wB
StY;e 7;ountain. quart, SI. half gal-
Ion. t$ gallon. 34. be filled same day.
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WINES AND SWEET GOODS
F7.Lckt.erry, quart, 50 cents, gallon.
$1.,0.
Tori. (in :1 "r tce 4 rer gallon.
hi-rry 5(m .. 60c and 75'. per quart:
1 -,. <.r.y. 1: per gal'r.. Pert, same
p.ri e.
"a'lif *r.". ".',r. ?r Ter 1 a'e.


PHOSPHATE GIN


Forr every complaint of the kidaeys
s1.50O per quart.


No Goods Seat C 0. D.


E olo

,Ocala,

G0 D. Hogan ___a_
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Marte I
'Pr'lC' HOWARD ACADEMY l;h. ;-. : ur vi-it s rr- ny of the ST. JAMES. P. E. CHURCH
____ .f '..- 'i ''i.p-l out of school be-
Y- r.r,;: morning n e called or. J. I.-. r-- r- :er a".proach of the hol- Morning prayer, litany and sermon
!l Mctc'al!.principal .,f Howard Acad- iJ 11 a. m. Sunday school. 3 p. m. Wren-
-v y and found the school with 41S To. .'s1 n-) forma! ~olebrati,,n of 'ng prayer and sermon, 7:W p. m.
;.-11 enr.rll!-l ;nd ann average atten- the h'c:y .tlj,,urnnent and the usual Tuesday, December 26th, Chrlstmro
S .t rn.c- ,f 2'7. Th,- primary depart- ri utine- .t, .I ork -wa going on. servicee at 11 a. m.
'-.n-i .,Nr Mi-s WV. V ,;ibbs. hai. ; Ti- -' o, ,. .ie was neat and clean. Thursday, J3ec. 27th, a Christlmi
THE .nr..llhlr nt rf 116: first grade. Mi anti -. .~"'-- yard. while the open tree for the children, at which te
T N. V Pryv. 64. se ond grad-. Mis. fi r. f' ,n ,,f tne building was be- the children will stu. To each of th~e
iLWAY < Wil!iar:< 7T third grade. Miss in"r :< -t-d( *.f irde-rbrush. We notic- services all are Invited.
-,irrcad MarniI- I> .irnell. 41. fourth grade. e i .-c-, -r. r.y' t;aning on boxes~ and Jno. B. Brown, Minter.


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The Food That Docs Good



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The Cod Liver Oil0 Emuolt "Par dewm" for
Ceuhs. Colds. laufienrz, Brtnchits, La urip.
ere Throat sud Lungs, Catarrh. Paeum s,
Cuesumptlon ard a;1 l'tmomary Di eatj. Al
Dnisrugga. two bizm 5c. and $1.
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL
to all serdming naaie and ddres to
OONULSION CO. P PtUN Strut. Naw York


FOLEY'S



HONEYANDTAR

The original

LAXATIVE coogh remedy,
For coughs, colds, throat and lung
troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic.
Good for everybody. Sold everywhere.
The genuine
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is in
aYellow package. Refuse substitutes.
Prepared only by
Foley A Company, Chicago,
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS

60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE




RAD MARKS
Drsons
CoPneoml wsc.
Anyone sent!ng a sketch and deserlption inny
quickly measrtain our opinion free whether an
invention is probably rantahle Communica-
tiones trictly confidently HANDBO on Pateunt
sent free. Oldest aguecy for securng pauLnti.
Patens taken through Muan a Co. roelve
pcL so(Ws, without care, I the
Scininc AImrican.
A l-heoM- y IOeutasl e wiee. lMrmt ,tr.
culaton of ony scentilc lornml. Terms. 63 a
yr. four monUSm. S. by .a newd~ese
ir t&_ wedu-taV D6

NOTICE OF FINAL
SETTLEMENT AND DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that on the
16th day of April, A. D. 1907. the un-
dersigned, an executrix of the estate
of Genevrle Mann, deceased, will pre-
sent my final account and vouchers to
Joseph Bell, probate judge of Marion
county, Florida, and make my final
settlement and ask for final discharge.
SJ. C. Maughs,
Executrix Estate of Genevrie Mann.
September 28. 190.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 48S8, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. W.
Coulter, purchase of tax certificate
No. 667, dated the 1st day of July. A.
D. 1901. has filed said certificate In
my office, and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol-
lowing desci bed property situated in
Marion county, Florida. to-wit: 8%
of nw% -sec 6 tp 14 s r 20 e. The said
land being assessed at tne date of the
issurcnce of such certificate in the name
of parties unknown. Unless said cer-
tificate shall be redeemed according to
law, tax deed will issue thereon on
the 31st day of December. A. D. 1906.5
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 2Sth day of November,
A. D. 190'6. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4S8S, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Elias
Gibson. purchaser of tax certificate No.
899, dated the 7th day of August, A. D.
1889. has tiled said certificate in my
offlc., and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol-
lowing described property situated in
Marion county. Florida, to-wit: Nw'4
of nwt4 sec 17 tp 14 s r 21 e. The said
land being assessed at the date of the
4urconna nf nuch Fertlrfeati in the namP


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ter can be proceeded against for the
postage. The moment a person' posts
an unpaid letter he becomes a debtor
to the postofflce. If it is refused by the
addressee the sender is liable for the
postage. An enormous number of un-
stamped letters are posted every year
No record is kept of the exact number.
Many large firms give instructions at
the postaffice that unstamped letters
are n)t to be delivered to them. They
are then returned to the senders, and
in the case of frequent offenders legal
steps are taken.-London Lady.
Her Simplicity.
A silly little lady had a husband, a
lover of gayety. who was inclined to'
neglect his wife. This lady while
spending the winter in Devonshire said
one day at the country pstomflce:
"Dear me. what a silly mistake you
postoffice people have made."
"How. madam?" asked the clerk.
"Why," she explained, with a titter,
"here I have just got a letter from my

husband, who is working hard in Lon-
don, and the envelope is postmarked
Monte Carlo."-Londin Queen.


The Sweet Girl's Way.
After a girl has worked for six
months to get a young man. lying
awake nights to think up new schemes
of fascination, it Is amazing to witness
the coolness with which she can look
nn Intoh his ove~T fter he hna finally


eautiiul


THE "HOLY HOUSE."
Legenl Of the Home of Mary and the
Savior.
Let me give the main outlines of the
leend. At Na;zareth was pre.served
with pious ,.are the house of Our
Lady. The dwelling place in which
she received the ira'-ious message of
the Incarnation, the lowly home which
t sheltered the holy family f,)r ro ma:ny
yearA. was I -.-y pre.i,:.s- s sinctunar.
Oan May n1(, ;1, 1 11mo1. h -!fter the
ttkaig o f rf ,rpoli .nd Pto; '*:. <. T:.;;
holy b.,ase w.s arrivedd by the hindi
of aunels fr.)n Nazareth to n p,:'!*e :n
D.almatti- betxw'evn Fiumwu and Teri:ltz
!)n the Adriatic shore.
It war a one rxarued edied.e, built of
red s.luare 'oneRs, fastened vwith ce-
ment, and bore proof of aeaid orl-
an tal design. ir stood without inny
founda(tions and had a wooi)ln Ile-.)-
ratal -.'-lling. The walls were covered
with fresc(ies, there were a (1 )or and
a n2arow window: inside we-e :171
A;tir of stone, an Ance':it 'ri''mix. a
rr:al! ,*uphlarl. conPt.:lnh: a few vey-
sels of conmo:, i:s'; a '.himlney and
hearth, above which was a cedar
statue of Our Lady with. the Holy
Child In her arms. The 'u.tor of the
place learned in a vision t, it the b'xill-
ing was the house of O.:r Lady. thbo
stone altar that at wh' ,'e!ebnited mns.i and the statue the
work of St. Luke the Evrn'rel!st. In
p:oof ,of the vision he w t. cured. of a
serious illness. A deputation of four
responsible persons fo:-thwih were
.ent to Nnz.reth to investigate the
mystery, and they foundl tiat the
horse was no long',r to I'e f:.unid.
Measurement and other means taken
proved that the house that had suld-
denly appeared in Dalmatia was in-
deed none other than that which had
is suddenly left Palestine. Three years
after, on .Dec. 10, 1294, the holy
house again disappeared and under
the pontitlette of Celestine V. came to
R,>eanati, a little town In the march
of Ancona, when It fixed itself In a
lauroi irove belonging to a pious lady
called Loreto. It was discovered by
some shepherds and soon became rec-
o.,nize andl was henceforth a much
fre'quented place of pilgrimage. Eight
months aft,-rwardi the house removed
to a smial! hill, three mile from Re-
eanatl, to lan.l belonging to two broth-
ers, who, however, fell out shortly aft'
erward over the division of wealth
which began to flow to the new shrine.
To save strife between the brothers
the house was suddenly lifted once
more and this time settled down final-
ly )n the midst of the public way.
which had to be diverted in conse-
nuence. Here, too, in the course of
time a chapel was built, which gave
way In time to the present basilica.
The famous pilgrimage of Loreto goes
on today. Popes, kings and princes
have visited this shrine and left great
gifts. Later on a festival with litur-
gical rites was instituted, and in time
the feast of the translation of the holy
house was extended to many countries.
-Fortnightly Review.
Letters and Poamas.
I believe the stolidity of the English
character and its implicit acceptance
of authority are due In a large measure
to the fact that long before it leaves
the spelling class It is ready to believe
anything: And this unquestioning at-
titude of mind Is only rendered the
more hopeless when it comes to learn
that in one case tweve ounces make a
pound. In another case it requires six-
teen. Indeed, if we had set ourselves
deliberately to stamp out rational in-
stincts and the habit of logical and
thoughtful inquiry In the child mind,
we probably could not have devised
two more fiendish instruments than
our scheme of spelling on the one hand
and of weights and measures on the
other.-London Mail.
Unstamped Letters I. gnIred
Many people are unaware of the fact
that the sender of an unstamped let-


A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PICTURES


Framed or unframed.


The finest line to select from in
country.


the


eutrl Ptrltte Ua Late Curtas.
Mantle, Table Scarfs, and Fire Screens in all of
the beautiful makes.
The Largest ad Preiest Line of ts
of all sizes and finish, Art Squares in all weaves and sizes,
and at different prices; Mattings, Linoleums, Etc.

ELEGANT DINING TABLES, LIBRARY AND

OFFICE TABLES.


Center Tables in Mahogany, Golden Oak, and
M mission finishes-Old English, Antwerp, and
Also Chairs adl Rcders


the different
Fumed Oak


in the different Missiofi finishes and Parlor Tables in the
dainty Vernis Martin finish. The list of chairs is a very
long one We hav elegant leather and plush upholstered,
straight and Morris Chairs, Rockers, and Dining Chairs.
The most comprehensive line of Reception Chairs, and
Rockers, in Oak, Willow and Leather, that one could want
to see. Also a pretty line for the children, from to $4 each
You should not furnish your dining room until younhave
seen our Tables, in round or square, in any finish, but par-
ticularly pretty in the Golden Oak and Mission.
Handsome Sideboards, Bths, and Chiu Closets


in the different and pretty finishes.
Chairs, Art Squares, and a complete
imported China Sets. A new line of


HANDSOME MS mM
In Golden Oak, Birdseye.Maple, etc., and the grea.
of Brass Beds of all styles and prices that is
Florida. \ Blankets and Bed Linen-of all id k
Pretty Dressing Tables and odd Buresam ina the
finishes.

Ladiw' Wr be ads a9d Desk mf Cb-. -
Gentlemen's Offioe Tables and Roll Top Dela of 41i
Sectional Book Cases, plain and leaded gStaI fr,
Cases. Music Cabinets in Oak and Mahogany, at am

Lapads.anreasol a M

Pretty Bathroom Mirrors, WMedicine Cabinet
Whatnots, Ladies' Work Baskets and Table.

COOKING STOVES, RANIES, AM

STOVESe.
HaIdsome sets of Harness,,Saddles; Valiesw
Suit Cases, all sizes and shapes, from the cheapest
finest made. Trunks of all styles and kinds, and .4l
prices. We also have a most attractive lot of
Warib r ke so,
Ranging in prices up r
a' mm


All styles of Dining
line of domestic and If in this List. you


Parelr and Hal Laps That AreiVery Attractve.
Toilet Sets and Jarditers.


SMcIver

The House Furnishe


Late Arrivals


WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SqME


- Beautiful Cut GiasS.


Sterling and Plated Silver

and Fine China


THAT WAS LONG DELAYED IN TRANSIT


COME IN AND SEE THE GOODS


A. 1. Burnett,

The Jeweler ,


partial list of what we carry.


& McKay

rs, Ocala,


The East Florida Telephoan Cm
OF QAINE VILLI AND THE

Ocala Terlephoe CMy


Alachbum
AuthoMy.
Arbear.
AAredoado.
Btrlia.
Blitcbton.
Broson.
Conaut.
Cmnsor.
Crystal River.
Dunmellon.
Dutton.
EZLMtom
Evinaton.
Freicia.
Fort WhIte.
Gardn Grove.


Gralaamnv"le
ChrfleavII& ,
Or*" POIL
H" Us.
Hawthone.
High Sw1hrQ
moladr.
Junlett


Montague.
lkarristo.
Newberry.
oax


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FUNERAL DIRECTIRS AID L CKSED BMlM
We are Equipped to do the Very Best Work a~d
the Latest and Best Methods

TELEGRAPH Oam S mECEI t lIDIATI AT=W
Chapel and Undertaking Parlors Corner Maia S
Oklawaha Avenue.

OCALA FURNITURE COMP)


Day Phone, No. 10; Night PhaAe, No. 1.
a k .


The Original
The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on the
bowels, and thus assist in expelling colds from the
system is new and original in Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar. Nearly all other cough cures are
constipating, especially those containing Opiates.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar moves the
bowels. contains no Onia.t


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want, inquire


do not find what


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TTHHISO TE COHAPEST N ODE OF tOiIMUCATIO .
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NO STORE in Florida press a mere beautild, iselful r largr fbte e arItne, app. r er I .
Member of the fably orn y me yur fr ads, ud at be sam tie as usMas dos m e .
I'aying prestbts get something at will be kept and mud. lek ever this schedbe, whih bh e* a pM uWB
lines, and make your sdeletks.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 191M
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of Liquors, Tak

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Jefferson Club
Eldt Years 1m.
PURE RYE.
As Jeffrsa Was-
Pre at Superor
One quart, $1.25.
Four quarts, $5 00.
Twelve quarts, delivered,
$14.00.


Old Barbee
The Parest, Best Whiskey
Earth.
Half pints, 40 cents.
Pints, 75 cents,
Quarts, $1.50.
12 quarts, $15,


Carmichael's
Special
Pure ye. 7 ears Old
1 quart, $1.
2 quarts, $2.
4 quarts, $3.25.
12 quarts, $9.75.
Ere."ss PrepaM.

Lord Baltimore
A Pre and Perfect
Old Maryland Whiskey
Per quart, $1.50.
4 quarts, delivered, $6.
12 quarts, delivered, $16.


"Cieam of
Kentucky"
"lThe" Whikey.
An old, mellow, rye whiskey,
aged, pure and fine. Made
in Old Kentucky, and no
better whiskey ever distilled
TRY TIS WIESY
One quart, $1,
4 quarts, delivered. $4.25
12 quarts, $12.
We Are IMstrnt AgeRm

Bob Taylor
Md ard Pare.
1 quart, $1.
Pints, 50c.
Half Pints, 25c.


Hoper Dew
lye WMky.h
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One quat, $1.
2 quart, $2.
4 quarta delivered, 3.50
12 quarts, delivered, 10


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Bottled by the Distillery ab
Guaranteed Pure.
1 quart, 1.75.
4 quarts, delivered, 6.50
12 quarts, delivered, $17.1


Remember
We havehundreds of other brands, including all grades and prices, RYE, CORN, GIN, WINES,
BEERS, MINERAL WATERS, Etc. If you have not one of them, be sure and send for our 44-pae
Catalog, our 22nd Annual Price List, which has just been issued.


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WE WANT TO STATE to our hundreds of Friends and Customers throughout Florida, that
we are now in better shape than ever to handle their business.
W E HAVE, within the past few months, spent $5,000.00 in and about our place o bmis,
in improving and enlarging the plant.

W CAN FILL YOUR ORDERS PROMPTLY, and give you better service than y Liquor
House in the State. We carry a larger, better, and greater variety of stock than aiy house l
Florida. The many years that we have served the people of Florida, has thoroughly famillaied w
the wants of the public, and enables us each year to better supply those wants.
U HAVE NO RENTS TO PAY, manage our business ourselves, buy everything in ca loar
lots, discount our bills, and SELL ONLY FOR CASH, enabling s, thereby, to gre ye,
more and better goods for the money than any competitor.


REMEMBER WHEN ORDERMI FROM US YOUR ORDERS ARE FILLED SAME DAY RE lEI
YOU PAY NOTING FOR JUGS, AND YQU MUST SEND CASH WITE THE WDER. WE PAY mNO OKNEEPERS' SALARIES AMB WE YOU TUr SAHw
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OCALA.EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 10


CALA- OCCURRENCES r AN APPRECIATED GIFT J. E. CHACE
SMr D. Anderson, manager of the
Miss /na Marsh. teaching at ~f, Ocala Iron Works, was most agree- D N AL SURGEON
DeSoto county. came up this afternoon ably surprised at noon today, when
to snthh y with h nt, his m-n rented him with a hand- O Upstairs. Commercial Bkd'g
r pnd M. t r r s, some gold watch as an evidence of the
Jdr. and Mr.. P,Robert M;arh.
high esteem in which he is held by the OCALA FLA.
n a employees f the big plant.
n Attahend 1, tn,- watch was a hand- TICn Cash
Al kind o good for the holidays me rd fob. with an Elk's head, a_
at the fcala News Company. present fro( Mr George MacKay, the
t president of the company. Mr. Ander- R. D. FULLER. L F. BLALOCK.
Drik Green Sprinpg natural mineral json is au proud of the gifts as he was
wat-rr s e An ti-Monopoly Drugstore.of his first Waterbury when he was a FULLER & BLALOCK
wtat.-r at tne Anti-Monopoly Drugtore. boy
Th.* MI todiht ua1nday schtwl will DENTAL SURGEONS
haive hetr ('hr ltrra.- tree Monday THE ELK'S CAFE
ni'OtI ce Over llroe a C&bmbiss' Ban
... .--.. Mrs m il Mathews is conducting a OCALA FA.
c'rer n. r,- r in a!l o lorr a: e. ents first cla.s eating house in the Elk's


e-r roll, at the Variety Store.
If your lights art ut phone No. 300.


Ca(e, and As rapidly building up a fine
business.

A POPULAR EATING HOUSE


I .1 .' .'- -'*' I-t-d t-day --
f'- .1 .< r .r.\l:' ..* .e has tx-.n Mrs. ;'l: Ma:s iiews in drawn" all
ir b.'.-i, f tht aLd rn;iry ncw customers
ha.ik to tn' E lk' Cafe. She under-
('(-W FOR SALF,--1Pine Milker with ; tanl'q the atrt uf feeding people.
y.iingp .if. I'r-kern to lead and tie.
I-i e, $t:o,. h.' ';arh E C Smith. CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
'With Keal applications, as they cannot
''r(tle pair- in .. enlors ast 5 cents t reach the nsat of the disease. Catarrh
|i r ru, i. ;t the Varitty Stura is a blood un constitutional disease,
*and in order to cure it you must take
Remember the c'up'ons with each 10 internal ntediciner. Hall's Ctarrh
cent piurchnie, when yo j buy at the Cure is take:n internally and acts di-
O().,ia New's Cormpany. re-ily ,-n the blood and mucous sur-
--faces. Hail'- Catarrh Cure is not a
Mr i;n.l M N. Q.nrjv Peacock iquac.rk medicine. It was prescribed by
S>!l t,, i. \\*:-ti ar.d .jnnrlhn to- one of the best physicians in this coun-
r.,rr.r .. r.. .1 f % .l;ays with rel- ; try ot ).f r .L.ad is a regular prescrip-
a* Iv's. tin It is cormposd of the best tonics
Sknr,wn, t.ornbin-d with the best blood
Sterling and pIlated rcffee sc:ts Ocala purifiers. acting directly on the mu-
En,, C>I. cous s rfaces. The perfect combina-
tion of the two ingredients in what pro-
n 1 line- ,of Japainese metal) nov- di ,-.4s such wonderful results in cur-
*-&!ies at the I'-oslffice Drugstore. ing ('atarrh. hend for testimonials
Sfr-ee. F. J. CHENEY & CO,
Mi.. i Hettie M, lv-: i at home for 1 Proprietors, Toledo, O.
1t. h, !inday. witiih h.i'r rents. Sld 1by druggists, price, 75c. Take
SHail's Family P'lhs for constipation.
W )dding ring napkin rings at Ocala ___
Yusic <0 I NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
!t OF OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
T'ibrbllas, $1 5, to $16. at the Ocala OF OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
Mulic Co.
m Co. We will observe Christmas as a hol-
Master rnald Scnrieber is at home idty. The calls usually made Tuesday
wth hie rents for the holiday. will be Imait Monday afternoon. De-
th hi parents for the holiday. veries will be made as usual.
Manicure sets i-p to $42. Ocala (cala Steam Iaundry.
uslc Co.PROOF PRESS FOR SALE

All kinds of fireworks, wholesale and i The Star has a good, second-hand


retail, at the Ocala Bazaar, Gadeon.

Ir. Harry (. D,>zier went to Gaines-
ville this afternoon and will return to-
morrow.

Fine cigarss for Christmas presents
at !he Postoffite Drugtore.

'Phone 300 if your lights are out of
fix.

Judge Bell this afternoon issued a
marriage license to Lazarus Haines and
Lizzie Thompson, and then performed
the c' re ',ony.

FOR SALFB-Pull flooded Berkshire
wig Now ready for shipment. Ad-
lrets, Hernossa Farmns, L.Ady Lake.
fla.

The largest line nf (ut glass we have
ever shown. The goods are right and
tre price righter. The postoffice Drug-
store.

Miss Marlowe. ine <,f Blitchton's
popular and most accomplished young
ladies, but recently of Ocala, is now in
the county clerk's office.

See those handsome dining tables.
sideboards and hall racks at McIver &
MacKay's. dtf

Our line of ladies' desks and com-
bination desks and book cases will be
found exceedingly handsome. Mclver
& MacKay.

C'apt. J( hn L. Inglis, ,,f Dunnel!on.
president 4,f the Dunnelln Phosphate
Co. and th, Port Inglis Terminal Co.,


proof press it v: ill sell cheap for cash.
Needs only a new blanket to be as
good as new. but it is too light for our
work.

FOR SALE
One of the best established and pay-
ing mercantile businesses. Will sell
building or give a long time lease on
property. This is a snap. and owner
has good reasons for offering it. Ad-
dress F. W. Ditto.


THE BIG SALE

SDor.t frrpet the closing out sale
ism now going on at the Fair.
Webb. the proprietor, will give
some ,f the rarest bargains there
have -ver seen.


that
Mr.
you
you


NEW ARRIVAL OF HORSES
Messrs. Tompkins and Nichols re-
ceived another carload of fine Tennes-
see horses and mules this week, and
t he animals may be seen at the stables
north of the square. Mr. Tompkins
says the stock is as fine as he has
seen in many a day, and cordially in-
vites all lovers of good horse and mule
flesh to come and take a look at them.

WILL OPEN EVENINGS
Frank Gadsen's Bazaar Store will be
open every evening until after the hol-
idays till 9 o'clock. This is to give the
shoppers a chance to do their buying
at this popular store.

DOG LOST

A tllack sl.t~,herd dog lost. Answers
to the name (f Gip, Has a white ring
around( neck. Disappeared last Sat-


S Term Cash

OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE

One of the most complete and attrac-
tive stock of fine, up to d.ee Jewelry,
In the city is now on display at our
store. We may not have the largest
or finest looking store in tt.e country,
but we assure you that ae have the
"goods, the very best goods iLd the very
lowest prices
Be sure that you call ar' look over
our line of solid and plate; silver, cut
glass and china, watches, cocks. pins,
rings, bracelets, charms and fmblems
of all kinds, before you make your
Christmas purchases.
Fred G. B. Weihe. Jeweler.
South Side of Public Square.

MARKET TO BE CLOSED

My stall at the city market will be
closed from 8 p. m. Monday night
until Thursday morning, on account
of Christmas. W. P Edwards.

GOODIES FOR YOU

Lime Mints, Olive Chow-Chow. Bulk
Olives, Pulled Figs, Washed Figs in
Baskets, Walnut Meats, Shelled Al-
moncs, London Layer and Cluster
Raisins. Currants, Seeded Raisins,
Swiss Cheese, McLaurin's Imperial
Cheese, Pitted Date,. Duffy's Apple
Juice in pints and quarts, Cranberry
Sause. Mince Meat, Honey Strained,
jCrystalized Fruits, Huyler's Chocolate
SDiped Triscuits, Heinz's Preserves in
Crocks, Heine's Apple Butter, Walnuts,
Brazils. Pecans' Almonds, Chow-Chow,
India Relish, Olive Oil, Celery Relish,
IDunham's Cocoanut, the best on earth
for Ambrosia; Apples, Oranges, Can-
for Ambrosia, Apples, Oranges, Candy.
0.. GROCERY


FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
;at Keating's Cafe.

FREE WITH \OUR 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 to see it at the Postoffice Drug-
I Store.


Ask
Store.


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


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

WANTED
An elderly white woman can get a
good home in small family by apply-*
ing to this office.

For Boys and Girls
THE KODAK BOX


is a guest at the Ocala House. urday night. Liberal reward for return Ak to see it at the Postoffice Drug-
------------ to J. C. Hcwell Store.
ORANGES FOR SALE-We have
about 76 boxes ffline, fancy, bright ORANGES FOR THE HOLIDAYS CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES
orangeii for sale. C'armichael & Son
orange fr s Choice fruit careful" selected for!
companyy the holiday trade. Assorted oranges Via Seaboard Air Line Railway
Green Sprins natural mineral water and tangerines if desired from the Dates of sale, Dec. 20th to 25th in-
a the Anti-sMonopoly rr-ag re Howard groves. at $.2.5 f. o. b. Au- elusive. Dec. 30th and 31st and Jan. 1st,
at the Ae by burndale. Addre., P. M. Howard, final limit Jan. 7th. For detailed in-'
te glass an or carboy. either AuburnOale or Ocala. formation apply .to the city ticket of-

Miss Maxey Underwoo. of High HAVE YOUR VSITING WW. Condon City T. A.
Spring. in visiting her cousin, Miss
Ethel RicharJdsn. CARDS ENGRAVED FOR RENT
The S:ar ffi e will have your visit- I Three unfurnished rooms and a bath
Special plti(es on Haviiand i hina at 'ing Karda ngravede and save you mon- room. Will rent to man and wife. or
the '.stifle IDrugstore. iey on t* '. ,fan ily with one child. Will make price
-, -cheap. Want companionn ir. house. In-
*Buy your mileage bhoks and Tickets FOR RENT quire a: the Star office.
over th. A. IC. from R. T AldanrTs. --
the city ticket agent. (ffie in the) Cn '"nd.ct a-res (of fine mlen FOR RENT
Ocala House. land f, r t e mile from depot. A en-room houe in fourth ward,
Tne -, Apy to Al te with. ou.eddick, or J. Ap){,:y to G. A. Carmichael.
Tne Kitt.i-I- will unite with the ^ .' a
Methodiists tomnorow norning. in view LADIES ALLIGATOR
the fact that it will be Rev. W. EARLY 0T BED CHATELAINE BAGS
Moore' lst service in OralIa In th, And ';d*:Yy to ri, rm';,kes one healthy.
evening the Meth odists wi!l unite with happy and u'is< -tspc.iaJlly if you take XVe have a srr.all. 'ut strictly up to
the aplti.sts l Herioin.- ti f., r(-tiring. A positive .:e. jine ,f ladies ,chatelaine bags in
.ui f,,r clr. t:!;.t;. ln. ~~~ys-; sc sia and all alligator and other h others, different
For chal-'ed arid (racked hands livr nc:s;,ilanir.:s Mrs S.--. (Coumbia, Lizs ar.n colors.
nothing is quit r.s go,,d asNrin ppli- Tenn.. write lway.s kt-p a sup- A. E. Burnett. the Jeweler.
cation of DeWit s Witch Ha;:el Salve. !pl i f yvur H-rbhin' on hand. Am so
Put it on before< going to bed. use an ei tietail w:th the relief it givts in (on- CUT GLASS ARRIVES
old pair of gloves and s--e wiat a dif- Fstita!i n ;.n! i.al 1t. l r t.or l.;aints, that
I rave at last received one shipment
ftrenie the morning wiil bring Sold words tarit exprrss ny appretlation. have at last received one shipment
by ,!he Anti-Monopo, y Drugstore. -MoDrugstore a that has been delayed in
transit. The patterns are very pretty
MrJ Wht and we ar- selling the goods cheap.
Mr J t'. Whevier went hunng yes- DIAMONDS! DIA.AONDS!! F. Burnett, the Jeweler.
terday nd evintly ottI hi ve just rt.-el;ve a pretty line of;
he wa.. feeding hi. frie.n;is at the dianmonds ,of th.l finest grades. Call and NO OPIUM 1I.
lenood on birds this morning J. see t.e petty tcres. A. Burnett. ;i-AaMRFi AIN'. COUGH REMEDY


REMEMBERING HIS MEN

Col. R F. Rogers, of Lyne. was in
the city yesterday and today was
joined by his son. Capt. John Rogers.
and the two paid off their free men
and were busy all day in getting to-
gether the wherewith to make all of
their hands. both free, and convicts,
happy at Christmas time. CoL Rogers
bought a good blue serge suit of
clothes, a hat, shoes, shirt add an e-a
tire suit of underclothtnm from Jacob,
Klein for each man on the place and
a dress for each woman. This will be
given them as a Christmas present.
To all of the hands, free and convicts,
the finest Christmas dinner wfll be i
spread on Tuesday at the still that
they ever saw. A barrel of apples!
was bought, two barreLs of fresh fish
and half a barrel of roe came from
Cedar Keys. two dozen hens will be
killed, a hog will be killed, and ev-
erything good that the men can think
of will be spread in abundan-e on that
day.

The northbound Coast Line train
came in at 3:30 p. m. The southbound
had not arrived when ,he paper went
to press. The A. C. L. waiting room
and platform was full all the after-
noon with tired, cold and impatient
people.

DEATH FROM LOCKJAW
Never follows an In'ury dressed with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
and healing properties prevent blood'
poisoning. Chas. Oswald, merchant of
Renaselaersville, N. Y., writes: "It
curef Seth Burch, of this place, of the
ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw."
Cures cuts, wounds, burns, &nd sares..
25 cents at Tydings & Co., druggists.
Price 25 cents.

CAR OF MULES JUST RECEIVED

A car of fine mules have just been'
received I Patterson & Crutcher at:
the Mario F'arms Stables. Hear is
an opportunity for all to invest. Those
needing mules will do well to call and
inspect the stock.

WHAT'S
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. VM. Wllians,
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.

FOR SALE


A pair of two and a half year old
mules for sale. Broke to harness and
good workers. Apply to W. M. Gist,
McIntosh, Fla.

Open the bowels and get the cold out
of the system. Kennedy's Laxative
the same time allays the iniamma-
tlon of the mucous membranes. Con-
tains honey and tar. Drives out the
cold and stops the cough. Absolutely
free from opiates. Conforms to the
national pure food and drug law. Is
pleasant to take. Sold by the Anti-I
Monopoly Drugstore.

FOR SALE-Two bed-room suites
of furniture; one book case; one desk
and book case combined; one library
table; one dining table and six dining
chairs. Apply to Mrs. E. Van Hood,
85 Fort King avenue.

This Will Interest Oyspeptics

The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will
give you back 50 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.I
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when
all else fails, so don't be discouraged.
It strengthens weak stomachs. The
star of hops for all dyspeptics. Cures
the worst cases. Druggists or by ex-
press, 50c. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Ocala, Fla. Call or write.

NEW HOME SEWING MACHINESi
We are agents for the New Home
Sewing Machine and carry them in
stock. Call and see the machines and j
get prices. Sold on time is preferred i
Pittman & Son. the furniture men.

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-
!y's Kidney Cure cures backache and'
all forms\of kidney and bladder troub-
le. Sold by all druggists.
SILVER TABLE WARE
I have on display a splendid line of
sterling silver knives, forks and spoons.
You are cordially invited to come in
and see the goods.
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
THAT'S IT.
Cough yourself into a fit of spasms
and then wonder why you don't get!
well. If you will only try a bottle of{
Ballard's Horehound Syrup your cough
will be a thing of the past. It is a
positive cure for coughs. influenza,
bronchitis, and all pulmonary diseases.
One bottle will convince you--at your


AIJER&


Offer a Complete Amortment of


Tw Vs et Rpp,

Velvet Rutgs,


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Azminste, Rep,


Btrmah Rtuls,

,Tapestry RIs,

Smyrna Rugs,

and Art Squarms


IN POPULAR SIZES


and


AT POPULAR PRICES


WINDOW HAnES, LINOT FUM and OIL CLOI


FRED G.B



WEIHE


The Jeweler and


Optician

The Holiday Shoppers

Will find at our store one' of the largest
newest, and most complete Stocks of


Jewdey AD KINM,
Walcs,
RIngs,
Pn, Eabm hbs,
Chai ard Fo1
Bair O$nIhume n &in

That has ever been shown in this city.


In Cut tss floe Cna, Floe -
Slteritg and ad SBverwe
of afl ktals *rd StIys,
Umbretlas, wlbori welbu de-
tachadbe raM Souvelr
Psa l Carts, Ctk&, Et. We
do M acknow e a beer
sledk It ust cOs..
4.
Our prices will compare most favorably ":
with our competitors, and the goods are
the very best. Give ns a share of your
business. '


New Arivals Coming Every Day .


AD Kink G iLelrlug
sm~y


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Winter Clothing


Now is the Time to BOy Yot


Men's Overcoats, Ladie'


Long and Short Coats and


Heavy Underwea|


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GEO. J. BLITCH. Tellr.


The Strong Hold the


COMMERCIAL BANK,


OCALA, 1 LA.


Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced by Its Large
and Increasing Business





FURNITURE FURNITURE


Don't think for a minute that wz have gone
out ot the Furniture Boisines in Ocala. We


are here to stay and have some exception
fiae bargains to offer in FURNITURE anc
kinds of HOUSE FURNISHINGS both new
tecond-hand.
Our holiday line is coming in and ront;
many rare bargains in beautiful goods. (
us a call and we will save you money.




J. A. PITTMAN &


THE FURNITURE MEN.


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HANNE


H. ROBINSON, Presient.


S.' Muntezuma.


Our line of goods is now opened and
we can suit you in anything at the
Ocala News Company.
Mr. E. C;ha les of Inverness is at the
SM!ontezuma.


Small Wood. wood. Order your stove wood
and from B. H. Seymour. Phone 186.
nDon't wait until freezing weather.
Mr. Robert Hyman. who makes his
tins headquarters at Lakeland, was in the
P city today and last night, visiting his
V family, who are at the Montezuma.
SWe want your prescription business
and are better prepared than ever to
take care of it. Tydings &'Co.

Mr. G. W. Croft. of Wetbser, as at
the Montezuma.
SN have a conplete line of drug-
-i.it's. sundries and drugs. The most
up'-to-data in the city. Tydings & Co.
Mr. J. M. Bryan and family of Mar-
*:,, were in the ci.t:, today doing their
111- ristmait s syorppnrg.

We are displaying a magnificent line
screens, in all sizes, styles sad
make.. Mclvei & MacKay.

R 1 T:t Prshyterians will enjoy their
l ''lir:mn:ri, tree tonight at the armory.
hldren. I --
I A new line of iron beds, nearly one
Have hundred different patterns and any
Spice desired, at Mclver & MacKay's.
Mr. Sam A.rco has arrived from
I Asheville. N. C., to spend the holidays
g ith his parents.

A Christmas box of .perfume makes
a nice gift. We have a large line to
show. The Postoffice Drugstore.

The Baptist Sunday school will have
Sts C!:ristmas entertainment at the
church Tuesday night.
FOR SALE--My horse" Dan. Can
thoroughly recommend. Herbert A.
Ford. lwd

Sheriff Gordon was the recipient
this morning of a very handsome ci-
gar holder from a lady in Baltimore,
I who he befriended when 'he was
InI marshal of Dunnellon.


Crepe paper in all colors at 5 cents
per roll, at the Variety Store.
Mr. Sam Barco is in town today on
his way to spend Christmas at Sunny
Slope Farm.
The holiday stationery is going fast.
The time to buy is now and the place
is the Postoffice Drugstore.
Miss Sara Frank. a student at Wes-
leyn Female College. Macon. Ga., is
home for, the holidays.

Do not fail for Christmas to buy a
bottle of Roigers' Natural Flower Per-
fumes at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
store. Sweet violet, the popular odor,
also wild cherry buds.
Miss Edna Williams. of Natchez. La.,
will arrive Monday to be the guest of
her sister, Mrs. C. C. Carroll, for a
month.

Our winter stock of rugs, art squares
and mattings is said to be the finest
ever shown in Ocala. McIver & Mac-
Kay.
Mr. George B. Stein, the popular
Florida traveling salesman for L Mohr
& Sons, who are proprietors of the
American Manufacturing Co., is in the
city to spend the holidays with his
family. Mr. Stein sells gent's furnish-
ing goods and notions and is enjoying
a splendid trade.
Genuine French stag and sterling sil-
ver toilet sets and brushes at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore. See our line be-
fore buying.


BROS.


Send for Complete Price List.


1246 to 1258 W Adams St., Jacksonville.

If our goods are not better than those from any other house.
you can return them and get your money back.


Miss Blanche Hall, teacher at Dun-
x RE plreSs Prepaid nellon. passed through Ocala today on
her way to spend Christmas at Cand-
TULL QUART MEASU RI 4 QTS. 6QTS. 12 QTS. ler.
HITNTING CLIIUBIRYE $2 65 $4 00 $ 700!
HUNTI5 $ 0 $ 7 The finest line of soaps, toilet pow-
MONOGRAM RYE 320 450 800 ders, etc., in the city, and the finest
ANNE8 "44" RYE 3 75 5 00 9 501 'c. soap on the market. Tydings &

ciAL;DopS RYE 450 650 1200
o L RE 4 50 50 12 00t Commissioner D. S. WilUams at the
hearing yesterday acquitted Mr. Coul-
These Are Our Most Popular Sellers. son of Istachatta, on the charge of
Established 18 Years. Reference: An y Merchant or aBnker in Jacksonvill. selling liquor illegal. Joe Whiddon,
of the same place, was acquitted of
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hrist.
Talk in the Christmas Spirit, by
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Song by the Baracca quartet.
Talk. "How Can We Keep
Christmas Spirit With Us Through
Year?" Rev. C. C. CarrolL.
Reading, Miss Lealy Sylvester.
Recitation, Dora Pelot.
Song, "Coronation."
St. Philip's Catholio
Tomorrow is the fourth Sunday
Advent. Morning service at 10:30 a
in the afternoon at 4.
Monday, vigil of our Lord's native
is .a day of fasting and abstine
Morning servicee at 7; evening ser
at 4.
. Tuesday, feast of the birth of
Lord. is a holy day of obligation w
octave. The services in the morn
will be ai 7 for holy communion
at 10 hign mass with Instruction
"Why the Church C' '".ates Th
Masses on that Occasi ." In the
ternoon s lemn vesper and benei
tion of the blessed sacrament at 4.
Every day during the octave
Christmas the service will be at 7 p
a
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and t
away with you free, with your me
at Keating's Cafe.


Allen Bridges has nine quarts
big. ripe strawberries in the cold s
age. He had a sample, a single be
as big as a fat man's thumb, in
window last night, the sight of wl
set the epicures' mouths to water

Peyton Bailey, the embryonic F'u
of the Star office, says that No.
isn't the best engine on this division
the Coast Line, but it isn't the w
one, which should go a long way
ward confuting the popular super
tion.

Rev. E. A. Gray and wife, of 1
anopy. arrived in Ocala this after
and will be the guests over Christ
of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson
Presiding Elder Bridges. Mr. and I
GGray are on their way to Key W
Rev. Cray's new appointment.
The Star will appreciate the infor
tion if you will phone or write uw
any friends or relatives who are vi
ing you, or any of your family who
visiting away from home during
holidays.

Mr. L Wertheim, a popular Sav
nah traveling man, who formerly m
frequent visits to Ocala, is at&
Ocala House. Mr. Wertheim ha
large number of friends in this
and section who will be glad tb le
that he will again visit Ocala at
quent intervals.
Puff boxes, nail brushes, tooth bru
es, hair brushes, military brus
rosewood and celluloid mirrors, wh
brooms, and all other toilet artil
A beautiful line to select from.
dings & Co.
The southbound Atlantic Coast I
train due here at 1.55 a. m. arri
here about noon. When it tried
leave about 12:40 the engine could
pull the cars. It got away about 2
At the rate it is going it will reach
Petersburg twenty-four hours late
No! Huyler's candles have not
vanced in price. You can buy Huyl
as cheap as you can any other ki
A fresh supply just received at T.
Troxler's.
The southbound passenger train
the A. C. L yesterday afternoon
not arrive here until six o'clock.
Joseph Williams, of Crystal Ri
was a guest at the Ocala House y


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Sc re ts Dr. Pere's Pleasaa Pellta December 23rd the postal wi hbe
Mr. Mild, harmle yt nsur open from 9 oflook a. a. to 12 o'etlak
M ,m. for the receipt t registered Mater.
I By an order o the de partumt ti
the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT rates for box reat have be ow na-I
the -- elective Jan. 1st, 1W7, as tellow:
circuit court adjourned this mern- Small boxes that have iretkME
ing to assemble Monday for the setting rented for 25 cents sad 15 cents p
of trials and hearing motions, and will quarter, the rate will be 0 casts pr
then adjourn until the morning of the quarter. The rates tor the asrger bene
2nd of January, 1907. will remain 75 cents, t and SL., ow-
lug to the size, a heretofore.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL George C. Croa. Poat~ ntw .




--- tory," care this paer.
Now I lay me down to sleep,
with And pray the Lord my soula to kee THE PENINSULAI
1ng On Christmas mon when I awake INDUSTRIAL IN UWRA C GOv-
and I hope May'l have some of Martinst', FOR SALE AT A BARA
it at Keae.ting's te. Harss factory and taanery, cm.
nce cajce D~watens * e. f^ iNe# bel a^*n
c WILLIE'S CHRo.,TMAS PRAYER up to dat maibLnery. Address, "Wan-
-etory." a t .



on I don't want no toy balloon-nd dPsthe beitut ppe LS k k eme
iree .... ... -nd dm w i w
air I don't want no rag baboon, of sdall d eayr ho IIelOa
dic- No matter where the wild wind The Peulastr a ems Irls
lc blows et insmirano eomw mssm i ot M
I want some lady fingers from Mar- and ha* many i theai e p4 ti- jl
of Unot's. forwe in FIrl. All eahe are
Smm. promtly por- dwme- -Ca- ,me as
Our well known Black Fruit offic over tof P al~Ta~l !
Jelly Layers, Lady Fingers and the
take usual American Fruit Cake-ell for the AT AT
ake Christmas dinner. WANTI AT ONC.
Our name is a guarantee of quality. A Ast-elas turpeatlne woodanasm
MARTINOT'S Must be sober sad tandstricws a
FRENCH able to control labor to work a rtido
. of BAKERY 'Phone 3ME. *boxes.** Snle r mared. Sryh
tor- be -tivctory. Adrai at one, S.,
wr Toilet sets and toilet cases and man- W. Pettow., DnMloa. pla
his
which lcure sets In endless variety, at the ..
ig. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. A vegetable corrective ter the stom-
Ug __ achs of babies and childrM with the
lton name of each Inredleat. I pila I-
13 THE MOST ACCEPTABLE Igush on every bteO t t Oa yes-
of sweet, the ideal w ddlcie for W l ttbe
Sors XMAS PRESENT o; Confa1
ortM one. Contats s opiates. Coa!.erms
to- x t X ASE. fully with the naMtonal prw tdoe -a
sti FOR OLD & YOUN G dru law W Dewait &
Co, icago.11L. gar atse q r apao !o
Sold by the Anti-MoasepsD Orastor
kfic-
o-n That story In. teo tU Pa Tiaer
soon
mas A about the Coast Ulats conago mew
and a0m SQ $1fAR engines and ears to very reftebla
Mrs. SO OF but unless the company iauprowes a
rest, tracks in a harry, a large preportiem
t ethe new equipBasat wl oMsea be
ia the ditch. Railroad mw is the
ma- 3aemploy of the corportLon a np u
7a- -Vbow*
s of CO that i -t wou i be little el e thaa Ise-
it- w Cde to run a redeavy eoiSi over
are mo W wm oIa rIunI W
the bhblywAW F UY w bi MOUO f b"otttes od Dbbey!'f;qonSs
lkau to 2 ^ and Tar have bemn sold wtaC agi m
an-person e w having eprined W
made other than banefell rIent ftia n
the ame for coughs, aosi and = bg
a a hle is. This Ibcas e ahsaee puw 1-
city Large Assortment of Fancy Boxes ley' Honey and Tar t he ylorw
arn Just Received at package conta so q1ite or otbr
fre- T. W. TROXLER'. harmful drugs. Card ypr health h
.W. TROX refusing any but the salane. m l h
all druggists.
,.sh- RICK3 A POPULAR HORT ORDER HOUS
hes,
Isp-
cles. a CAP INE r a& em or r
Ty- ^^* M 1 disr for so centn at the le Cat.
Ty- Vgt s ceata me Etis C
CURES Try this house under new nms-e-
ALL ACHES "'t
LAne Ad a Svlmmi u. MAILING MACHINE FOR SALE
ived u h iaOct Mlbagfaw
dnto The Star has a good mustsarw -
5dn't a d about thlrty gsalys to =3a*& ttat
!lt5. n t it w ll sellcheap tr caL Thea mler
S Rnd galle are In ood o mter umo
alethe galley sever bawlin bean a.
ad- 1Ml- Tre incrawse of owr aheerptO lt
her's ie reuir the use of a ma e d M .
ers U chine, therefore we wish to sS ih
ind. i
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HORSE AND BUdGY FOR SALE
A splendid tfamnr drtag h'Ne as
bugy and harmnn far w pals,. t*
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IOCALA OuLUJKRENCES A

Miss Sophie Howard, of Graham-*
ville. was in the city today. re
9:
Crepe paper in all colors at 5 cents
per roll, at the Variety Store.
Mr. W. A. Baxley, of Etna, is at the (R
SMcntezuma-

SNunnally's candies, the best in town.
iat the Postoffice Drugstore.
an
SMr. and Mrs. H. M. Goethe, of Vic-
toria. are guests at the Montezuma. m
Children's silver cups at the Ocala pr
IMusic Co.
| Mrs F. M. Harp and E. Hinson, of
(Citra. are at the Ocala House.

SCrepe paper in all colors at 5 cents
per roll, at the Variety Store.
Mr and Mrs. E. L& Howell, are at


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Whiskies and Brandies.


Jug Trade our Specialty


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T THE CHURCHES TOMORROW flADER FRO NATIVE w O A ATH8A! I .V-

Methodis SAFE AND TIeW s ma aa altra *
Services at 11 a. m, sermon by the That the roots at y d itWlkyo Ir-egu m 's YlM y IIY
-iring pastor. Sunday school at pgrvwg wild is our Ae2gsi. M & ft. 19 M. After te MIAMMAo w, 4
30 p. m. Bpworth Lague, 3 p. m. pss0 e uarkabte pft ime -as ad -- e
A welcome to all. of hu ma" eda othie i el t' l al
the untutored Indi > frian I-I -au~ CrwC W ^
curautve value of some tof a-- Chritemt prram w as gee t
Gram EpiMopal taught the early saeUteUs their use& b 1ay1 "What 2wotlt4 a tt 60M0"
Rev. Geo. Hendree Harrisom Rector.) Indian ever liked work oahbwa bb his M -Jte-"40 Ml t
Fourth Sunday in Advent.) s oaSw t o well a as ai i l cmitatleft. 'Tih l -*Hil
she might do the wort a i him work rm W i' s
: O0 p. m.--Hoy communion. TherorL he du papoose r*ot orLe r,
10 a. m.-Sunday schooL for that was thlr g t remedy for fb R. etta. 'Chril
11 a. n.-Morning prayer, litany male weaknemes. L r. Pierce M the I ope E o .
Id sermon, same roo-called Blue Cobosh-la his OratloMn "Good WO, to ae=t
7:30 p. m.-Evening prayer and ser- Favorite Prescriptio, skMlifuly cmn- gIe Nta.
bon. bidned with other agents that make it otatl. "It T s & Ma to
on. more effective than tny other msdi ei Tatm
Christmas day 11 a. m., morning curing all the various weknaw d m, an l d *
prayer, holy communion and sermon painful derangenments pecnlwr to wmcn "VDeeleMat Clt rise
Come and worship with s. Many alcted women hay been saved -al rt
from the operating table and the sur- Eay. "The PrstM Chtritma
Baptist geon's ife by the tmely ae of Docr e Badg.
Bptist Here's Favorite Prwritptl Lt Tnder- Retato "In, te Dece n _.
Sunday school-9:46 a. m. ness over the lower pelvic region, ith Besi t
Warren Sunbeam Band-3 p. m. backache, spells of dizziness, faintne Bss, B.t'n.
B. Y. P. U.-4:45 p. m. bearing down pains or distress should mt Ma Chriatee CaPe6 ut
go unheeded. A course ofPFavoritePmP Dwey. ,
Evening servlce--7 p. m. ucripton will work arralou bmet nbil e i t
(Specal Christmas Program.) in all such eMaM andi a gsem ly
Prelude. "Calnf on the Listening perainent eumrif pers[ Inta for a I
ar." ly choir. George L. Bridges. sonable length of tmie. The *Favoart 're
Hymi, 107. Prescrption' Is a harml s agent, "The Unwr l Omva t
Anth.rn, "Pilgrim of the Night" wholly prepared from native cwAlrii Da'd-Bratffy Wetab s.
roots, without a drop of alcohol tn ita s ~ by them edte.b..
Serm n. make up. whereas al other iedildi, As this math lat meuagt ,ms
Offertory. put up for ale through druggists fo
Solo, ')Oh Lord, I Come." Ms. woman's peculila ailment IS, conta preiidnt mre the r,
cott, with violin obligato by Mr. Con- quantities of spirituous )iuors, which of the blrtd of-Chrit as glv b5r
are very harmful, esIectall to delicate Lke. to remmd us that we ed M
n. women. *Favorite Prescr`ption" con- happy, not only because o vacqM
Sermon. tains neither alcohol nor harmful habit- but because Chrma as eraw
Hymn. 105. forming drugs. All its ingredients anr bt eaecr tlS
There will be. no morning service printed on each bottle wrapper. It a birthdayy of our Savior.
nd there win be no evening service Perful invigorating toni imparti aThe teachers eac e M moeiat
Sthe Methodist church. health and strength in partilar o the talks and Mr. Bittinger, who is alwa
organs distinctly feminine. Foweak a weleome victor, aleo -ve. a av'r
_ _-~- and sickly women, who are 'wora-ount" Iteresto tar m
B. Y. P. U. or debilitated, specially for women who There f rther s
Following is the program for the work in ste office r achro-room, whoe S o l
Following s the program for sit at the typewriter elwing mWchin, society adjournea to meet asa-jk
mcial Chrtstmas service Suday ho~shd b rde and for 11th. S1T. Mag Lte, Sey.
rening: nursing mothers, Dr. Plerce's Favorite
Song, "Joy to the World." Prescription will prove a priceless benefit NOTICE TO PATRONS
Reading. Luke 2:8-14. because of its bealth- *storing and
Song, "Victory Through Grace~ strength-giving power. OF .THE PF TOSC
Pro.heurtes concer in th b hirth n ForT lontl atnn.o the tfr ssIlntis


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PAEa RIGHT


HOSTS OF GOOD PEOPLE
m ker Tls m eued uLmd Be i rt e r t. ie rces Fia Metcit

C m s Orrtede Prompts TIs Semtimet h Favor of
Dr. PrCe's Ms arEmn.
These peop o ready and anxious to remenwnd Dr. PBerce's UedieWa,
hemalesab sowed, or aome Wriend or okred aoe has been cared, by
medime Naterally, a seine frtitd prompts h persons to
SDr. Pleree's medicine to mer slicted one. Notwithrandin
0 1 aines have been o general ale, hi drag and medicine Ntorm ,
t two dead, yet their ale continues to row as it could not were
m of more thln ordinary merit
base attacks have sometime been made upon Dr. Pierce's medil
ich .-poai.y injured their sale, as in the case of the maliciously,
oa""eikkfepj*and article pubeltsd in 180i in the Ladies' Honm
Journal ilelphia, yet their ae i greater to-day than ever. The pub-
ber of ppaer were brought to aecon! and judkent obtained against
Sin nence of their -wglait article concernng Dr. Pierce's Favorite

erepooUr.ordtM sWeaO "anpo l the whole
worie t a full l of the II entering into his medicines, and this coca-
letely confounded his tm ei traduces and vindicated both the Doctor and
bis medicines. In consequence, his medicines have enjoyed a popularity and
increase in sale of late, amounting almost to a boom, and ft is believed that this
greatly increased demand is due lgely to the fact of Dr. Pierce's open, honest
way of treating his patrons and patient by reposing confidence in those who
ru inta him and his medicines. He has no secrets to withhold from them.
tB publishes the composition of his medicines openly and above board, so that
all who use them may know exactly what they are taking. Thus they ae
plaed M a class all themsee and cannot be considered as either secret or
.at medicines, for they re is fact nether.
WhAT THEVY CUL People often ask tons, weakness and distressng derange
**Whak do Dr. Peree's two leading ed- mental, is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescri
tesh-'Golden Medical Discovery' and ion, a is amply attested by thousands
vort Prescription' cure? of unsolicited testimonials contributed by
the answer I that *grateful patients who have been cured by
it of leucorrhea. painful periods, irregular.
It s, prolapus nd other displacemets,
y a ulceation of uterus and kindred afeec
tions, often after many other advertised
ue ofte l pasae medicines had failed.
Sal u stomach. bwela Both these world-famed medicines are
and curing a large percentage of wholly made up from the glyceric ex-
a crrh cases whether the disease af- tracts of native, medicinal roots, found
ts the anal passages, the throat, in our American forests. The processes
bronchia stomach (as catarrhal employed in their manufacture were
ia), bowels (as mucous diarrhea original with Dr Pierce, and they are
uterus o other pelvic carried on by skilled chemists and phar-
Sthe chronic or ulcerative de macists with the aid of apparatus and
of these affection It is generally success appliances specially designed and built
lnaffectngoua m In fact theGolden for this purple. Both medicines are
Mecal Dcovery s without doubt, the entirely ree from alcohol and all other
most successful constitutional remedy for I harmful, habit-forming drugs. A full
all forms of catarrhal disease known to list of their Ingredients is printed on each
odemrn medical science. In chronic of their wrapper. They are both made
Nasal Catarrh Dr. SageCatarrh Remedy of sch native medicinal roots as have
*uId bsould be used for washing ad received the strongest endorsement and
eleanm out the nuaal pasa while praise for their curative virtues from
takl the "Dis~overy" tfor Its blood the most prominent writers on Materia
qe daen and epeclfc healing effects Medlca in this country. What issaid of
pomn tdmucousllag membranes This their power to cure the several diseases
bined local and general treatment will for which they are advised may be
oar a very large percentage of the worst easily learned by sending your name
ease of chronic nual caa no matter and address to Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo,
of howmany yea dng te my be. N.Y. for a little booklet which he has
S.compiled, containing copious extracts
INIng rrel= = from numerous stana dl* Al bl


u I-4 swe w kne de
msnt Imgu Irlaritl peculiar to
women. t Is a powerful, yet gently act-
hag, Invlorting tonic and nervine. For
weak, wOn-out, over-worked women-no
matter what has caused the break-down
*Favorite Prescription" will be found
aost effective In building up the strength,
rating the womanly functions, sub-
#d=g paln and bringing about a healthy,
strong, vigorous condition of the whole
Dr. Plere believes that our American
orests abound In most valuable medi-
elnal roots for the cure of most of our
obstinate and most fatal diseases, If we
would properly Investigate them- and,
cn con rmation of this firm conviction,
be points with pride to the almost mar-
veous cures effected by his'Golden Med-
Ial Discovery," which has proven Itself
to be the most efficient stomach tonic
r Invgortr, heart tonic and regu-
or, nd blood cleanser known to med-
eal science. Not oss marvelous, In the
nparalleled cue It Is constantly mak-
I-f woman's many peculiar affee-


which are consulted as authorities by
physicians of the several schools of prac-
tice for their guidance In prescribing. It
Is rus To ALL. A postal card request
will ring it.
You don't have to rely solely upon the
manufacturer's say-so as to the power of
Dr. Pierce's medicines to cure, as with
other medicines sold through druggists.
You have the disinterested testimony of
a host of the leading medical writers
and teachers. Send for this copious
testimony. It can be relied upon to
be truthful because it to entrely dis-
nterested.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet cure con-
stipation. Constipation is the cause of
many diseases. Cure the cause and you
cure the disease. One "Pellet" Is a
entle laxative, and two a mild cathar-
tic. Druggists sell them. and nothing
I "Just as good." They are the original
Little Liver Pills first put up by old
Dr. Pierce over 40 years ago. Much
Imitated, but never equaled. They ae
tiny sugar-coated granules-easy to tas
a sandy.


Don't




Neglect Yourself.


L nu L u, iT., April, 14 M
I have be weeak and sickly for the past four years,
eseas4 by Ih. *Mrls ad careluessess regarding the
lws at bf lth, but ve months ago my coDdition
beame very serious. I had severe backacbe and esfered
a eoustat dl pj fns my med. I sent weary, painful
da. sand siri estl s iaht 'te dotor told me
Ihr&X most bao jiae .
His medicine didot bo meee temporary
re f and as I had been told of tc t lit of
t&s L. L M. T e, 4 Wine of Card i I de ded to try it.
I found that it relieved me of pain. As my genal
*m health improved m other troubles woe gmdally dl-
SKTBO TN miniahed and after
*nUCAL .OCI ET wekl' use of the Win* 7/
of Card.e I was one&
more a wall a"d boway .
woman.



WINEICARDUI

Wine of Cardui regulates the merstual flcw, banishe headaches,
backaches and bearing-down pains. Severe headaches, bearing-down
pains, indigestion, loss of appetite and nervousness are symptoms of
female weakness and should be given prompt attention. If you are
troubled with menstrual irregularities do not let them run on. They
will certainly grow into dangerous and chronic troubles. Get a bottle
of Wine of Cardi and begin treatment at once.
All druggists sel 1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.






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TO AU POINTS SOUTI OF TIE 0110 AN POTMAC RIVERS

AND EAST OF TIE MISSSIPPI.


Mrs. Stetson's

KRevolt

By JOHN BATON OXFORD.

[Copyright, 1k. by John Barton Oxford.]
T was commonly said in Centervale
that old John Stetson held the
strings of his own purse and "kep'
a pretty tight holt on 'em too."
This kernel of truth from the chaff of
the town gossip Mrs. Stetson was turn-
ing over in her mind as she darned
socks under the yellow light of an an-
cient kerosene lamp one evening early
in Thanksgiving week. On the other
side of the table her lord and master
old Jim-he of the closely held purse
strings-perused the pages c f the Week-
ly Mirror through two pairs of spec-
tacles.
Stetson was a middle apcd man of
medium height. inclined to portliness
of figure and baldness of the bead. His
face was clean shaa-en save for the
stubble of Iron gray beard on the chin.
and this rather emphasize' the hard.
straight lines about his m ':th which
gave his face that expression locally
characterized as "sot."
Mrs. Stetson was little, gray haired
and bent of figure. Her hands were


I GOUMS tursmzS )6L DO
WZLL 2NOUGH."


knotted by an unfortunate combina-
tion of housework and rheumatism.
Her voice was at once appealing and
apologetic. The neighbors said thirty
years with old Jim had "crushed her
sperrit."
She glanced covertly across the table
many times and furtively cleared her
throat before she found sufficent cour-
age to address her liege.
"Father," she began at length, a tri-
fe more apologetical than usual, "so
long's Marthy's gotn' to bring her
husband home here for Thanksgivin',
don't you think wed better have a tur-
key ?"
Her husband turned to her. The two
pairs of spectacles gave his face an ex-
pression of ridiculous ferocity.
"Turkey?" he inquired explosively.
"I guess chickens 'll do well enough."
"Last year when we was ur to Mar-
thy's place we had turkey," Mrs. Stet-
son pursued. "Seems to me we ought
to do as much for them."
"I calculate a pair of them chickens
will be full as good," said Stetson.
"They're'ice chickens, I know," said
Mrs. Stetson. "Them Plymouth Rocks
is as plump as can be. But it seems
though turkey ftted Thanksgivin' bet-
ter, specially when you're goin' to have
company. Why couldn't you kill one
of them two turkeys I hatched out
under the old black hen last spring
and like to run my legs off bringing'
up? They're likely looking' fowl, and
one would be plenty big enough for
ss"s
"I sold 'em this morning, said Stet-


son.
"Sold em"' she gasped.
"Yes. Tom Babb wanted a pair of
turkeys to raffle o' up to his store the
night before Thantsgivin', so I let him
have 'em."
Mrs. Stetson straightened herself in
her chair. She felt the "stiffening" go
out of her knees, but her eyes flashed.
Under the gross injustice of this thing
her "crushed sperrit" had revolted.
"'ehem turkeys was mine,' she said
in a voice whose tone was new to him.
"I S'pose you paid for all the corn
and grain they et," he sneered.
"They was mine,'" she reiterated, snd
There was neither appeal nor apology
in her words.
"I guess it's pretty well settled who
they belonged to." he said grimly.
NSbe rose from her chair and stood be-
fore him. Sht trembled violently, but
her eyes never faltered as they looked
into his.
"Jim Stetson." she said choklngly.
"I'm going' to have Thanksgivin' as I
Want it. I'm goin' to have a turkey-


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Doan's Ointment Cures Eczema and
Itching Piles
One application of Doan's Ointment
stops any itching. Short treatment
cures eczema, itching piles, salt rheum
-any skin eruption or skin itching. It
is the cheapest remedy to use, be-
cause so little of it is required to
bring relief and a cure.
W. H. Turner, a farmer, living at
Beach, Ga, says: "I have suffered
with a skin disease for about two
years and got no relief until I tried
Doan's Ointment, a few doses of which
has cured me. It has also given my
wife relief from inflammatory skin
trouble, which was said to be erysip-
elas. I am plad to recommend Doan's
Ointment."
For sale by all druggists. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
States. Remember the name-Dean's
--and take no other.

OLD RAGS WANTED
10 CENTS PER POUND

The Star otflce will pay ten cents
per pound for old cotton or linen rag,
any color, but they must be clean, for
use in cleaning presses and machinery.

Japanese plaques at Ocala Music Co.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR i
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that W. H.
Massey and Company, purchasers of
tax certificates No. 1, June 1903, Nos.
13, 35, 36, 37, 38 and 41, July 1st, 1901,
also Nos. 1, 2, 10, 11, 12. 13 and 14, of
August 6th. 1900, and Nos. 13, 14, 22,
42, 45. 53 and 279 of August 7, 1899, and
Nos. 3 and 4, of October 3rd, 1898, and
Nos. 1, 2, 14 and 181, of April 3rd, 1893,
and No. 277, of June 7th, 1886, and No.
127. of May 3rd, 1886, have filed said L
certificates in my office and have made
application for tax deed to issue in ac-
cordance with law. Said certificates
embrace the following described prop-
erty situated in Marion county, Flor-
ida. to-wit: Nw%4 of se%4 except one
acre in sw cor, sec 30, tp 11, r 24;
n1 of nw-4 of se" of sec 33, tp 11,
r 23, and cor at se cor of neh, sec
31. tp 11. r 24, thence a 20 chs. w 13.17
chs. s 15.90 chs. e 3.17 chs, a 4.10 chs,
e 10 chs, 25 acres, also 56 2-3 rods
e and w by 29.60 rds n and s In aw:
cor of ne% of se1, sec 31, tp 11, r 24;
6% chs n and s on n end of w% of
nw'j, sec 31, tp 11, r 24, and sw%4 of
ne1 and ne% of sw%, less 4 acres in
and the r.el of sw% less 4 acres in
se cor of sec 25, and ne' of se%' and
9% of se% of see 26, lot 14, of sec 31.
and nw% of ne4 of sec 32, and ne% of
se% of sec 33, tp 11. r 23, and se% of
sw%. sec 26, and sw%4 of sw%, sec
27: ne% of nw% and nw%~ of se% of
sec 35. tp 11, r 23; w% of sw% except'
that part entered as Orange Springs.
and the et. of nw% less 4 acres sold
to Lucy J. Bryan, sec 30; sw% of se%
of sec 31, tp 11, r 24, and wi of nw%
except 4 acres in ne cor of sec 2. tp 12,
r 23; the se% of nw% and nw4 of
sw% of sec 25, tp 11. r 23; sw% of
swt and se% of sw% of -ec 25, and
ne1% of nre' of ne% .:f sec 35. tp 11,


r 23. and n4 of se' and se% of se%
of sec 1, tp 12, r 23. and the ne4o of
ne'4 and nw% of ne' of sec 33. tp 11.


A CAR OF


STEEL CHAMPION F


to"ys were hung eplnm mnaly for

At 9 o'clock the door leading from
the front store opened. The crowd a
nen man erased heads to greet the
newcomer, but Instead of bsisteroos
gibes they stared in a mumaent and
suddenly fell silent, for Into the room,
thin, frail, but determine. strode Mxm
Stetsn
/ "I want to rafm." she maid simply.
"How much does it cost?"
"Twenty cents fe- three throws," said
Babb.
Mrs. Stetson pasd over the change.
Much might be written of her ex-
perience in that dingy room-of how
she threw to the limit of her cash cap
Ital (60 cents); of how one of the Day-
ton boys showed her bow to count the
dice and as e above them slyly
turned them over to count higher. But
that has all passed lnto the eleoal (un-
written) history of the town. Suffice it
to say that at 9:30 Mrs. 8tet strode
homeward with a plump turkey under
her arm and the odor of vile tobacco
about her clothes.
Her husband sat by the kitchen ta-
ble as she entered. She threw her ba-
die on the floor beside him.
"I got my turkey," she said In chal-
lenge.
"Eh! Where'd you git it?t he said,
stupefied.
"At the raffle, abe said defiantly.
She was prepared for a storm of his
wrath. She knew In that event Just
what she would say. To her surprise
he calmly undid the bundle and crit-
ieally inspected the bird.
"Good looking critter," he said. "You
done fust rate."
She felt the hot tears in her eyes.
Her throat seemed parched and chok-
ing. She sank into a chair.
"I never done fust rate, neither," she
said brokenly. "It was all tobacco
smoke, and they'd been drinkin', but
you drove me to it"
He smiled grimly. The hard line
about his mouth softened. He came
over to her chair and gently placed a
hand on her shoulder. Her sobs were
unrestrained.
"Shor' be said uneasily. "Don't take
on so, mother. I promise you you won't
never have to raffle for another tur-
key-never."


EVERY MOTHER
should keep supplied with Bkrm ds Illrebo- i.M d

for children as well a adu Is.
A oough often leads to counsa.t.o and siaod to -a-le
Immediately.

A Hoae .ol Ne-o ity.
J. C. Smith, Houston, TWeas, writA i l
Ballard's Horehound Byrup i n 1-3 fd 9ifr
few years, and find it far supi to m
medicine we have tried. Every ho.lebo ai
supplied with this worthy remedy."
The Deight of Childrean


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