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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: December 24, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03000
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEEI 24, 19N.


no cob0 NOW'


Fresh Arrivals
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ric ad Swetzer Chemese.
Clouder mlias,
PON Packages I Dalesm,
nmrwlmew

Famny Cakes,
Pound Paclkaes Sti f Dates,
Prnd Packages Flis,
(kmhm mles
cnuberries ara
Craerry Sauce at


TERPOT GROCERY.


ABOUT THE EYES


Your eyes are subject to as many
dileremot defects a& the body is to de-
fer nmatie. Whereas it should be one
of the most perfect organs of the body.
It Is natural that you should need
glaees for reading, writing, sewing
m l other olos work. Between the
Sages of 40 to 50, a perfect eye should
need glasses at this age to relieve them
from the strain when used for oloes or
near work. Many young people need
glase early in life to relieve the
various forms of eyestrain, which is
t i seauee of 75 per cent. of all head-
soees. Just think: It has been proven
by eminent authorities that 3 people
out of every 4 that have headaches
have defective eyes. Glasses are the
remedy, because they CORRECT the
DEFECTS. When properly fitted there
Is no eye Atrain. When you get reaoy
to be relieved of these headaches Calm
and sea me. I make a specialty of cor-
recting eyes where others fail. Satis-
faction guaranteed, or money refund-
ed. My references are those that I
have relieved.
DR. D. M. BONEY,
vyesight Specialist. Optical Parlors
2 and 4 Gary Building, Oralsa, Fla.


A Choice Stock

Of Fresh Beef, Pork
And Muttin,
Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry,
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and
Choice Fresh Family Groc
cries, always un hand from
which to do your marketing.
Send or bring us your or
ders and tLey 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
Westinghousemake. The lat-
ter cost a little more, but re-
quire less current to operate
them. I also carry in stock
Fancy Globes, High, Low
Light, etc.
All kinds of electrical work
and repairing done at reason-
able prices, under a full guar.
antee. If your lights are out
of fix, or you need wiring
done, phone to No. 800.

Walter Tucker.


J. Zeas Preston,


Typewriters.


ACPTED THE CHALLENE

President Will Send Attorney General
Purdie to Brownsvil!e to Obtain
Evidence to Confute Foraker
Washington, Dac. 24.-The president
has dccji.ed to Eent Assistant Attorney
Hasfllled *he dark world It Its light:
inake an Investigation of the Drowns-
ville shooting-up by the negro troops.
The meaning of this is that Senator
oFarker, an ab'e attorney as well as an
mrninent senator.ehaving charged that
the e.*idcuwe upon which tie president
acted in dismissing the soldiers was
flimsy and wholly Inadequate, ti. pres-
ident and Secretary Taft are deter-
mined to uz.eet the Issue on legal
grounds.
Attorney General Purdie tr the ex-
pert on t-vldence uf the department of
justice, aud the fact that he has been
selected IsItself indicative of a decis-
kin to accept Senator Foraker's chal-
lenge to fight the thing out according
to the oode of legal procedure.
This Will Interest Dyspeptics
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will
give you back 50 cents (purchasing
price) if Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy
falls to relieve or cure dyspepsia or
indigestion, or their symptoms, bad
breath, bad dreams, foul taste, consti-
pation, hawking, spitting, acid or gas
on the stomach, dizzy spells, heart
flutter, pains in the stomach. side or
back, extreme nervousness, belching.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when
all else falls, 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.
COAST LINE EQUIPMENT
Orders Placed for a Huncred New
Engines, with Coaches, Cars and
Rails to Match
Wilmington, N. C.. Dec. 24.-The At-
lantic Coast Line has authorized the
purchase of the following new equp-
mnient. for delivery early in next year:
One hundred locomotives, 3,500
freight cars, 50 passenger coaches and
36,000 tons of 85-pound steel rails.
The approximate cost will be over
$5,000,000.
All the orders are to be placed as
rapidly as possible.
This is in addition to other recent
large orders placed.
Effective January 1. five operating
districts will be established in Florida,
instead of three, as now.
The new districts will be known as
Jacksonville, Gainesville. NewbOrT.
Sanford and Lakeland.
WHAT
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. 0. M. Williams.
Navasota, Texas, writes: "I have used
Ballard's Snow Lin.ment for sprained
ankle and It gave the best satisfaction.
I always keep it in the house." Sold
by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
WOODWARD VETOED
HIGH LICENSE


Atlanta, Dec. 24.-Late Saturday
ilght MLyor James G. Woodward ve- I
toed the ordinance increasing the sa-
oon license to $2,000 and beer license
to $400.
He stated that the old law had been
in effect for nineteen years, and he ii
considered himself bound to the peo-
ple of Atlanta to make no change. He
stated that there was more danger of a
prohibition election if he approved than
If he vetoed the license.
DEATH FROM LOCKJAW
Never follows an injury dressed with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
anl healing properties prevent blood
poisoning. Chas. Oswald, merchant of I
Renascicrsv-lle, N. Y., writes: "It
cured Seth Burch, of this place, of the i
ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw."
Cures cuts, wounds, burns, and sores.
25 cents at Tydings & Co., druggists. |-
Price 25 cents.
CAPT. MACKLIN WILL RECOVER
Port Reno, Dec. 24.-That Captain
Mackiln will recover waS announced
by his physicians last niht. "-
The assailant is still at large and
the hunt for him continues.
Captain Macklln, who commands
one of the companies of the Twenty-
fifth regiment, was shot by a masked
man Friday night. It was announced
that the would-be assassin was one of
the recently discharged negro soldiers.
but there seems to be no real evidence
for the assertion.
PUBLIC SPEAKER INTERRUPTED
Public speakers are frequently In-
terrupted by people coughing. This
would not happen if Foley's Honey and
Tar wt-er taken as it cures coughs and r


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Ni oBfPe o OCALA LOOCDGE NO. IS
Notice of Session of Conventions held every Monday at
Oeaea Loden N ndP- 7:30 p. m. Castle Hall over Peyser's
BeneveOt ndr PoEs store. A cordial welcome to visiting
StectivI Order of Elk. brothers. Jake Brown, C. C.
Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.
tuesday's in each month. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited. FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
Win. Anderbon, Exalted-Ruler. F
David S. Williams., Secretary. I An Evening Star to read and take
away witi you free, with your meals.
THE TCXAS WONDER at Keating's Cafe.
Cures all kidney, bladder and rheu-
matic troubles. Sold by all drugstores, W. H. TYSON
)r two month's treatment by mail for,
$1. Dr. E. WV. Hall, 2926 Olive street, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in High
St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials.1 Grade Whiskies, Wines and Brand-
Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly! ...
Drugstore es, Fine Cigamrs Etc
Drugstore-'
Next door to the Marion Farms
BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE Stables; 'phone, 388. We are the only
I[dealers here who handle all beers. No.
You can get a splendid, established j 25 South Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla.
business, lease on the store, or cani
purchase the store if preferred. Apply MORE FINE STOCK COMING
to, F. W. Ditto, quick.
i Having sold out the carload of fine
DRESSED CHICKENS I horses and muless we received a short
--- i time ag2, our Mr. Hugh Nichols has
There are a fine lot of dressed chick- gone to market for another car of fine
ens, young and fat, at Meffert and Tay- animals, which will be here in a few
lor's cold storage rooms, where a sup- days. This load will be well worth
oly will be kept until after the holidays. waiting for, and we ask you to come
Call at the cold storage if you wish and see them on their arrival.
some of the poultry. Tompkins & Nichols.


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and leaves him in a healthy condition.
Joe Daniel, Surrnac, "tenn., says that
he gave one of his children White's
Cream Vermifuge when the doctor I
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dose the child passed 78 worms. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. = ,
DAKOTANS WERE DESPERATE
People of a Town Held Up a Train
and Took Therefrom Ten
Tons of Coal
Berwick. N. D.. Dec. 24.---Citizens
and farmers held up a train yesterday
and confiscated ten tons of coal.
Bankers, barbers and all classes were
involved.
The coal was weighed and charged
to each recipient, who will pay the HAVE
railroad later.
Alachi
A vegetable corrective for the stom- Anthoi
achs of babies and children with the Arches
name of each ingredient In plain En- Arredo
glish on every bottle, that is Casca- Berlin.l
sweet-t the ideal medicfine fo~r the little Dlitooht


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and increaing Busaem


IGNATIEFF ASSASSINATED ..

Another High Russian Official Strwck
Dead by the Hand of a
Revolutionist
Tver, Russia., Dec. 24.-Count Alex-
is Ignatleff was assassinated yesterday
in the Hail of Nobles by an unldentifl-
ed man who, after firing six bullets
into his victim, tried to commit sui-
cide, but was seized and is now in
custody.
Ignatieff was a member of the Coun- -
cil of Empire. fag U
FOLLOWING THE FLAG
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Philipines, health was the moat
important consideration. Willls T. l
Morton, retired commissary sergeant,
U. S. A., of Rural Route 1, Concord,
N. H., says: "I was two years in
Cuba and two years In the Philip-
ines, and being subject to colds, took
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
sumption, which kept me in perfect
health. And now, in New Hampshire.
we find it the best medicine in the
world for coughs and colds, bronchial
troubles, and all ung diseases." Guar-
anteed at Tydings & Co.'s dugstore.
Price 50 cents and $1. Trial bottle free.
MASQUERADED AS A MAN
-- Thef
Russian Assistant Consul in Chicago
Turns Out to be a Woman
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 24.-A coroner's
jury summoned to investigate the
death of Nicolal Derelyan, formerly
assistant Russian consul at Chicago,
whose death a few days ago revealed
the fact that the decedent was a wo-
man wsa has masqueraded as a man.
returned the following verdict yester-
day:
"'The person residing here since the
fourth of November, 1906, as a male
under the name of Nicolal Derelyan,
was as a matter of fact a female, and
Sthe body inspected at the morgue by
this jury was that of the same person.
Death was due to pulmonary tuber-
culosis."
The body will be photographed and
will probably be buried here.
Dr. Rowe, Derelyan's physician, says
he is positive the corpse-is Derelyan's.
He declared that no substitute could
have directed the business correspon-
dence with the Russian consulate and
American bureau that went through his
hands.
Derelyan was connected with the
Russian consulate at Chicago for over
twelve years. A divorced wife, as well
as a second wife, now live In Chicago.
They both have asserted that Derelyan
was a man.
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,'
colds and lung troubles is not affected
by the national pure food and drug
law as it contains no opiates or oth-
er harmful drug, and we recommend
it, as a safe remedy for children and
adults. Sold by all druggists.
A DEADLY DOSE a
Prepared by the Hand of a Little
Child for His Mother
Roanoke, Va., Dec. 24.-Mrs. Kate
Obenchain, the young wife of J. E. ^
Obenchain, a Norfolk and Western en- m
gineer, died yesterday of convulsions
from poison administered unknowing- -
ly by her 3 year old son. |T
Mrs. Obenchain put some medicine |[
in a glass of water to dissolve and left | [ ]
the room for a moment. Duringr her "^ '
absence the child put a quantity of
an septic tablets in the glass and
when the woman returned she drank
the poison. .
Physicians who were summoned de-
clared the poison was sufficient to kill
sixty men. i
CHILDREN
Favorite tonic Is White's Cream Ver-
mifuge, the cure for women and all '
children's diseases. It not only kills
the worms, but removes the mucus
and slime in which they build their


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RNITURE FURNITURE

Don't think for a mIwnuftethamt we ihave
out of the Fermntre Bftae - ia Ocaim. We
are here to stay and hare oe cep Ws.&lv
Etne bargains to offer in FURNITURE a" anl
kkdswof HOUSE FURHIsHIS both m new a
eoad-haad.
Our holiday hite Is coumig In and atalW
many rare bargains ina eaatfl gooh Gvle
s a call and we will save yoU nxa.



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Fans at Cor.on's. lc. to i7.
Mr.'Harry G. Eagle'on of Tampa- is
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Little Neck Clam Cocktail, CryE:al River 2ay Oysters.


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kinds-- ---larger b.xe
Al: kinds of g.cc-?s for the holidays
A ) t tile Ocala Nc.i Corr.;ar.y. India Relish, Sweet Mixed Pickles, Chill Sauce, Sour Pickles, Chow-Chow.
SSwet lPickied Onions, Caviar Sour Cana'-e a 'a Russe, Consomme
rgs, U Dr. E. Van Hool was ca:Ied to Dun- d'Orleans. Essence ,of C,iz'-en S .gnra. Eo!el XKennebtec River Sal M UD
RugS nelon last evening mon. Shi imp Sauce. Celery. S :ced Tc-.mt-es. Cucuumbers,
Si .-- Spanish Cynions, Pl.i!aaeipha. Crcn. D_-_:han-.-.a !Sa-ce.
erRA..S1 RI i lDr!nk Gr.en S'rr.z. natural mineral
A m el, X ^ a ; ,rater at t;-e An -Monroly Drugstore. .
R Roast Prime Ribs of New York Beef, Natural Sauce, Roast Domestic Duck.
SJ. B. Carter, of St. Petersburg, is at Stuffed Currgnt Jelly, Roast Suckling Pig with Apple Sauce
m 'the Ocala IIouse.
Rugs, Crepe raier in all colors at 5 cents Sweet Ereada. Larded and Champlgnons. Soft Shell Crabs, Tartare Sauce. f
per roll. at the Variety Store. Spanish Puffs. Richelieu Sauce, Swedish Salad, Mashed Potatoes. ITHE C
ma Rugs, i CandieC TYh,,s, Steamed Rice, Frcnch Peas, Spinach with Eggs,
r a J There was ice thiy morning, a quar- yster Bay Asparagus, Drawn Butter
IA tler of an inch thi,:', in many places.
and Att Squarei I 'ur liis arce cut, 'c hone -No. )03. Christmas Plum. Pudding. Brandy Sauce. Old-Fashioned Pumpkin Pie,
f r u r Strawberry Snort Cake, Vanilla Ice Cream. Assorted Cake, Almonds. Is ml
S -'Miss Annie Sharpe i3 In the city for %Valnuts, Pec:ans. Brazilian Nuts, Cluster Raisins. Apples, Oranges
A the holidays. Tangerines. Malaga Grapes, Y young Swiss. American, Brie or
AR_ S ; I.^ ?3 EEdam ('iCheese. Saltine or Be nts' Water Crackers, Coffee. Of fer
U COW FOPr SALE--Fine Milker. with
and young calf. Br-oken to lead and tie. ment
Price, $5, spot c,-h. E. C. Smith. CHILD SHOULD BE STOPPED
LAR PRiCES < MIs Josic Bullock is entertaining DI SOL BE- S T OP P-E deuCe
I hr fr.iend. Miss Essie Drae tn, Harry. the bright little four-year- I The Star begs leave to call the at-
s oile. n old son of \Mr. and Mrs. Rwland tention of the city and state police to
Jacksonville. I
i arsh, ,ied Saturday afternoon, at the the fact that a number of the toy pis-
Crepe paper n all colors at 5 cents ho:ne of his parents at Panasoffkee., tols being sold in Ocala at this season
rNOLEUa and OIL LOTn a colors aI I cents .
[NOLEUM and OIL CLOTH er roll, at the Variety Store after a short illness. The little one are made to carry a 22-caliber short
Swas buried at that place yesterday, cartridge, and are just as much weap-
SThere .....re thirty-tie arrival at Mr. Marsh was formerly Miss Bertha ons in the light of the law as a re-' f
- ,- --_ - -- _he H e .uday antwen Garrnble of this Cit\, daughter of 'Mr. volv-er of the same caliber. Moreover,
Sundayatura and David amble. The friends of Mr. they are in the hands of children. Who L
I. and 'Mrs. Marsh sympathize with them ,have not the slightest discretion in
Remember the cou pons with each10 in the l.ss of their little child. their use. The writer has examined
B.RID G E '-- Remember the coupons'ith each10 e os-
rntpbseveral of these pistols and can guan-
S-purchase, when you buy at the YESTERDAY'S FIRE iantee that they are capable of inflict- I
penser of I.cala News Company. ing a dangerous if not fatal wound. At. Well Equipped
.. ... : The roof of the residence of Mr. and They are far more dangerous both t,,, chinery at
n and Cold Drinks, 'r "l : ". .. "h cMrs. Will -Moore in the north end of their possesors and the general public
n spend the holidays with his parents. about 4 han the cannon craer and other LIGHT TURNINC
FruitS, confteCtpOS, .. .. c o'clock. Mr. H. G. McDavid's family explosives that the city government
Sterling and plate coffee sets. Ocala.a
uIar BRra.nds o Cigars. usic Co saw the blaze and ran over, carrying has very wisely tabooed. It is a glar- I A Sp;
a. ladder, and assisted by some of the ing wrong for dealers to sell these j Marine an4 Static
Shrink or saucr of cream nlll Mr Q Peacock and wife left e neighbors had the fire out when the pistols to children and It is our opinion Gasolin
Sdrink or dsauer of cream der. Q. Et. Pacock and wife left hey department arrived. This was return- that any man who sells them is just
terday for W illiston, where they will Agents for the M
get the placeend a few das with rltives. ing a favor, as Mr. Moore did valiant as much liable to pay a license for A
e spnd a fw dys ith relservice in saving the MacDavid resi- dealing in firearms as one who sells
Wedding ring napkin rings at Ocala dence a few weeks ago. 44-caliber revolvers. Parents should DEALERS IN I
mICE CREAM PARLOR Music Co. s ee to it that their children are notATTE
C AO Puff boxes, nail brushes. tooth brush- handling these dangerous toys. and the
C, l Bank. A....MJ .T es, hair brushes, military brushes, police should confiscate them where-
*^ Chlamblis' Blank. A. p. Mlorgan. j. j. F-mr, Tom Tye '^ r Isd u
adA...k. St'ohr. oft.la.nta aet y rosew4od and celluloid mirrors, whisp- even found. It would also be well to
So Atlanta are at br ns arid all other toilet articles. arrest and fine some of the kids, for O caI
.A beautiful line to select from. Ty- the Star reporter has seen at least two i
U M umbrellas, $1.50 to $16, at the Ocala dig & Co. boys hardly out of dresses flourishing
S-- the loaded pistols and making threats'
Susic Co. 'hl' it was quite cold this morn- in the true Jesse James style. SHOP
SI Arche Inram Jacksonville is in ft- Florida, it in no way compared This in nzo way refers to the ordi- l
an .Arcs.e engram JaCKsOni eo eae, so b --
cn the cIty -,-f hson p en tos, 1r, wi tlhe weather in New Hampshire, nary cap pistol, which although a nui. -
Sland Mrs. Peter Ingram. wlre last Friday it registered 29 de- ance to older people. is not dangerous, am-J
a n _. 1. gr s below zero. and should be enough for any bo: un- ;_[
Manicure sets up to $42. Ocala der twelve years old.
I .. | 11 .M s c o No! Huyler's candies have not ad- |
n |i | | m| vanced In price. You can buy Huyler's Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munroe andi SU
iMr. and 'Mrs. Frank Dorsy came up as cheap as you can any other kind, their charming little girl arrivd ves-
C Co. I* v-n U Mrr and irrs. Frank Dorsis came up. H"ward un.o "nd"S"
a N e w w C omHoler yesterday to spend Christ- A fresh supply just received at T. W. terday from Ashville, N. CW to s;.end .
Sim with their parents. Troxier's. the winter with relatives and friends. A Full Stock
. rId j i | r^ n'\ ^ Mrs. Munroe was one of Ocala's belles _add_1
S LI All kinds of reworks wholesale a...nd Mrs Reuben Smith of Oxford is in in her girlhood, and has not lost any j Saddil
S' tail, at the al Bazaar, Gads #he city spending the holidays with of her good looks or power to charm,
Jo IN TOW N / t. her daughters, Mrs. A. P. Gilmore and while her little daughter, Miss Fran- HEAVY F
S Mrs. D. Tompkins is somewhat Mrs. Ben Borden. ces, is budding out into a most 'win- I E(nxclusive Ag
i A improved tJ'y, we are glad to learn. ----- some young lady. Mr. Munroe at, "*' *^
Fi .-ne ir efor "The holiday stationery is going fast. brother of one of Ocala's leading bank-. tine 'Wagon
SFine cl rs for Christmas pres ts The time to buy is now and the place ersa, has a legion of friends he5, all
at theP ice ]rugstore. ? ,'s the Postoffice Urugstore. of whom are glad to see him agqin. _
y ,, ,e .... t. Gold beads at Condon s. 'We want your prescription business
X ar. % Hawkins, of Clear ter, G :ind are better prepared than ever to
. -- was _r1stred at the Ocala use --- ---- --- take care of it. Tydirgs & Co.
largest and best yesterd
IV~ A fV n D W Mrs. Hardy yPCroom and little son
'y Poods-DoUs, f*phon 300 if your lights are xtof UlAVIe S, fft for Tallahassee today tojoir. Mr.
fEtcl-w have fix. Croom. Mrs. Croom was accompanied
Sto Tallahassce byher ter, Miss
S. Mr. aR Mrs. Geor-,# F. Davenport aLAL EST TE A iraisy Bell, of this city, w- will spend
Sf Teb ssee, are guess of the Ocala the holidays in Tallahassio:,.
g i Hou3 A |
,FOR SAL--Full loed Ae tion if you will phone or write us of
Nowg J t o a f. .ip. ,nw reaiy fnr shirment. Ad- aPE' IALT 'any friends or relatives who are tt- w
M M or A tf V Idress, Hermossa Farms, Lady Lake, i ing you,-or any of your family wl-"*e
e ^ S 01 __ pvi.,siig away trcm homo during ,.he *H
Chlr-'. .r $s RooM 31. hIOLDER BLOCK holidays.
..... "" t* Fx-Mvor E',-^.---ris came In last "
n'?ht to s-end, hristmas with his OCAL_-. I LORIDA. I Among *hose who dfn-d at the
__ Ie S_.ndy 5: mother and brother John. |Montezum. Sunday were T. Hood
eehe l n tables. 3 land wife, Dunnellon; W. O. u'fman,
; iSee tho.e hari- omo dfntn r tablesH, L Srarr; D. T. Johnron. the I=ldwood Give8s rest to th<
i,'e*or 13 and lI-, racks at Mclver & PHOSPHATE LANDS liverymun; N. R. Eyce, P Ingls; tired stomach, w
SMacKay's. dtf Either i har roc or pebble region,, J. E. Eds n, Dunneilon, T Ra- stomach and cat
Ses, e handsome and I f developed I can sell them for you. I sy Invernes; J. G. Herren id wife,
? l Will Hows ....e handsome ndB. brewer and f~e. M.a$- I0 x .st x .l
I hustl'ng" young dr-mmcr, Sundayed in not developed, I can have the workPsc s |wrtoi.cawb- |
d the city. rjdone for yoL cot e. o fot...
.. l' 1 I have .f following to offer In s-
"-''' ..... "- 1 o^-'^ cit p" ert," Gen;:in- French stag and te: !lng s l- z av
O ur line of desks ard CO-- "O l c r er touler sets and brushes at r ie Anti- I L
--^^ .nnation dc&Fs and #on:; cases will be i_ ......--- -.. Mornnnnlv DiRrstore. fee ou;- line be- ,


f'-uind exrecdlngl4- handsome. Mclver IeUTT PROPERTY fore buying.
& M..acN. The :or'thw-est c rrer ,-2t, 29 feet
facing lagnoiia street and S4 feet on' Paul Durand', from St. Petersburg,
Mr. anl Mrs. U. 'M. Hampton left North First street, facing the govern- and Frank Durand, from Dunnellon.
.-st evening fkA Arcadia to spend ment building site. is still unsolu; also are in the city. spending Christmas
Christmas with relatives. the lot immediately south of It, 28 ; with their mother, Mrs. M. L. Durand.
f.; feet by R4 feet.
Cart. John L. Inglis. of DunneiI, .1 Engine No. :3 was the lucky' num-
precilent of the DunneIlon Phosphfte ALLRED HOTEL I; er to,'av She rolled in ten minutes
Co. and the Port Inglis Terminal Co., itua immediately north of the :at, with En'ineer Bassett at the
,is a guest at the Ocala House. Has two-story, .ke tail."
Seaboard depot. Has two-story, I -
..... oom hotel building upon it and out-i
J. M. Boring, formerly of Marion. is rdcii hotel building upon it and out-
iJ Ih Boring. formerly o h aring Is houses. Occupies entire block. An orange tree In Dr. E. Van Hood's
Sin the cit. from Croom. shaking hands yard. on which the hose had been; i
with friends. ALLRED DWELLING HOUSE : turned Sunday night, was literally cov-
I Also covers an entire block due north ered with ice this morning. It was a,
ORANGES FOR SALE-We have.v... be'ebifdnot""g
hORA0 E^ F ORn Ah--\e naveof hotel. 12-room dwelling and barn :'ery beautiful thing as it glittered and
about boxes offine, fancy, bright south half of block. north half can threw forth myriads of light when the i
oranges for sale. Carmichael & Son 1 i o early morning sun burst forth In all its
e or o be built on.
Company. loryv.
NEW ADDITION TO OCALA
'Mr. and Mrs. Enseviller, of Wood- j 'e have a conmpiete line of drug-
stock, Va.. who for the rast two weeks I am planting forty acres west of the The mot
stock, Va.,.whofor.the "a.t"%"weeks..gist s sunwrtcs and drugs. The most
:have had rno-.s w ith Mrs. Clark. left aboard main line, which I will place Up-to-datP in the city Tdings & Co.
today for Orlando. -,n the market in a few days. Good
title and easy payments. Wide streets Dr. and Mrs. Bennett came up from
: Green Springs natural mineral water and alleys. Crystal Ri\ver this morning and took;
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore by WOODMAR the S. A. L for Tampa to eat Christ-
A the glass. gallon or carboy. mas dinner -with their daughter, Mrs.
* IThe garden spot of Lake Weir. I have R. J. Knight.
' Mr. J. P. Harder. who arrived in the : small fuirnishAd rnttagn tn rent there


ye bomos to rent at $-.&00 per 7MEM*
lo' of vila.%ble papar, jeelry1 :s-r
.-: owtiug a lltCle mo Come m4B *

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THE ANTI-MONOPOLV RDGSTORIL OCALA. PLA


IN THE MAYOR'S COURT


There were a number of as$ at
drunks tried In the. mayor' court ti
morning with the uauat reaaSL Dw-
ing the day a good many ae- tn _t-r
colored, were locked up for be1tf Ib-
toxicated. The sinners Were oQnly b
proved of their liberty when they e
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FROM PROFESSOR MOCALL .
Editor Star: In your iaU of tt
| 22nd inst. anent Howeard Acadeaiy y7,0
i credited me as being a graduta fe the
i Tuskegee Institute. Pertimt to 4W-O
Srect by saying that I am not at ai.
uate of that insttiono, but 9 9f
University. I have bowrw bve emW
ored with fifteen years of aet wV -
a teacher in that very taeful (Tl-
gee) institution. J. D.


KING OF ALL CO~UH M10100U"
""if "" ~ Mr. E. G. Cam, mal ..d *
Assortment of Fancy Boxes Canton Center, Com, who i O106tl0
Jut Received t I the L. S. service fore about i 9"w3
says: "We avehv ftd = C40 1m
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OCALA,

FLVORIDA.


HOTEL WINDLE, 15. 11. 19 E. Forsyth Street

New and First-Class in all
Appo4,ltuinftts
American Plan $2.00 to
: $2.50 per day.
European Plan, Rooms, one
oi person, 75c. per day and
up. Special weekly rates.
Center of City. Near all
Car Lines. Open all the
Yeax Rooms with Bath
Extra Charge.

C, B zmfll', Propietor, Jacksonville, Florida.
Bus from Depot and Steam Ships


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BIG STOCK OF WATCHES %.I The Bowels
I have the best line of watches to
select from of any house In Central
Florida. Watches for ladies and men. CANo CATAmC
and for any price; also any design or
size. Come in and inspect the line.
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
1 BUS I N E $8 FOR SA LE Peusant. Palatable. Potent. Taste good. Do Good.
BUever Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 19c. 25c. 6ec. Nerve
mold In bulk. The icennline tablet stamped CC C.
A splendid well established andpay- uarateedto cure or your money back.
IA splendid, well established and pay- Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 5q
ing business for sale. For particulars ANNUAL SAILE, TEN M1UON BOXES
apply to F. W. Ditto.
REGULAR BOARDERS
Can find a comfortable, homelike hotel U MN r,
and a congenial lot of people, at Col. r; B t
Shipman's Montezuma hotel. IVtU AES
T ID~1 [ tt7fCURES
IN PRAISE OF I EADACHS,.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY COLDS
In sto 12 Hours
There is no other medicine manufac- TkrJi . Atqts
tuerd that has received so much praise __ -
and so many expressions of gratitude
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It L A L E X A D E
is effective and prompt relief follows A. A r
its use. Grateful parents everywhere
do not hesitate to testify to Its merits Practical
for the benefit of others. It is a cer-
tain cure for croup and will prevent QARPENT[R AND BUILDER
the attack if given at the first appear-
ance of the disease. It is especially 2arclul estimates inade on all contract
adapted to children as it is pleasant ,ork. Gives more and better work
to take and contains nothing injurious. ',or the more than any otherr con-
Mr. E. A. Humphreys, a well known -i n- r in thi. ,Tv
resident and clerk in the store of Mr.
E. Locke, of Alice, Cape Colony, South
Africa, says: "I have used Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy to ward off *mftaf iI
croup and colds in my family. I found R em


THE


THE FIRST CHRISTMAS A VOYAGE ON THE
Years and years ago, oer Jordan's land. ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Shepherds kept watch at night
O'er their flocks, safe in God's hand. (St. Peterburg Independent.)
When, from far away, where angels "Twas a chilly night. The fog hung
dwell, in great gobs close to the earth-a
Came floating a song, whose mystic wet., sticky fog.
spell E. M. North, district passenger
Has filled the dark wirld In Its light: agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, from
"Hallelujah, hallelujah. therr'e wrapped !Wilmington, N. C., aand J. G. Kirk-
In its mystery bright!" 'land. traveling passenger agent of the
And they wonder, "Are we dreaming?" same road, with headquarters at Tam-
for o'er and o'er again, pa, were making a tour of inspection
"Hallelujah,. the angels sang, "Fear of the branch from St. Petersburg to
not, good tidings we bring." Trilby. It was Mr. North's first trip.
Great joy to earth's people they sing. He was "learning the road." He
"Glory to God In the highest peace on knows it now. It will be his last trip.
earth, good will to men." The train on which they were resid-
"To you is born today, in Bethlehem, ing-pardon, moving-was shuffling
a Savior, into Pasco.
In swathing bands, in a lowly manger Now Pasco is a beautiful city up
Christ, your new born King, is found. the road.
And a star shall guide you through all It consists of a railroad siding and
danger, what is supposed to be a main line.
To where Mary, her Babe and Joseph At one time the A. C. L. thought sc-
are housed with cattle, riously of erecting a sign board read-
To show pitiful ignorance, o'er which ing "Look out for the locomotive," and
He shall battle., making other improvements there, but
He is like Melchisedec, the Prince of reconsidered the matter, for sign
Peace, boards cost money, and if It was
And In His name all sin shall cease." known in Wall Street that the compa-
And together the angels and stars sang 'ny had spent money to erct a sign
again, board, the A. C. L stocks would go
"Glory to God in the highest, peace on to the eternal bow wows.
earth, good will to men." The train got to Pasco, all right, all
Then, the wondering wise men said, right.
arising, And it staid there. Staid there for
"We'll go and see what the Lord Is four mortal hours.
revealing." "What's the matter?" inquired Mr.
They followed the star. "Where's the North of the conductor.
new King?" they kept asking. "Oh. sire," replied the Knight of the
When lo, the star stood o'er where the Punch. "The engine refuses to engine.
Child lay, Oh. curses on it, curses on it! The
And, as they did homage, giving gold, coal is like the sand that flies by the
frankinscence, myrrh, that day, sad sea; the water in the boiler is
Floated down the song. whose mystic luke warm. whereat it should be at
spells least hot enough to generate the
Sing of God's plan to save, His love to steam."
men tells. "Gadzooks, what shall we do? Fifty
"Hallelujah. hallelujah," the triumph- miles from nowhere and out of gaso-
ant song again, line, and we left our walking shoes at
"Glory to God In the highest, peace on home on the piano."
earth, good will to men." "Good sirs," replied the engineer.
And oe's the world, its darkness still ;"Stop talking and get busy. Take
bilghtning, hatchets and Jack kniver and hike to
The light of the world, born that the tall timbers and get a supply of
Christmas born, kindling wood."
And sang o'er Bethlehem's manger, And the high dignitaries of the road,
where Christ the King was born, and the smaller fry, and the passeng-
Told from o'er Jordan's plains, where ers, et al., went into the scrub and
shepherds watched at night,
Still floats the mystic spell, filling our
hearts with music bright, Ba
Making real dark ages, wise men Now Is Today3
dreamingta
Of Immortality's golden dream' made Better, thank you. In fact, quite well
real In the stars beaming. Fat, round and full of life and mischieL
"Hallelujah," the world sings with the Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim
angels the glad news again, pies No cough, no indigestion.
"Glory to God in the highest, peace on pleso No u no d
earth, good will to men." All on account of
I A. P.

LEVY COUNTY NEWS 1 ii L9 I1!
New Courthouse Completed and Paid
For--Speoial Tecm of Circuit Court
to Try Two Murderers administered by a mother whose love
Bronson, Dec. 24.-W. J. Epperson was tempered with common sense.
and A. J. Hardee, of Bronson, and A. She knows that OZOMLULSION is
P. Stucky and J. N. ILleo, of Ocala, a fountain of energy for grown-ups,
have opened a large turpentine plant too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes
near the Suwanne river.
Levy county's brick courthouse Is plenty of rich blood. For pale. feeble
completed and paid for. It is a fine folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
building and every citizen points to (east. It cures Consumption when
It with pride. laken in timt. All drugg:sts sell it-
A special term of the, circuit court
will be held here lby Judge Wills of 50 cents and $1.oo the bottle. Let a,
Starke, Fla., beginning Dec. 31, for the tend you
purpose of trying two men for murder Free Sample oMfte by Ball
(both white), Gabe Priest for killing
I. N. Chance, marshal of Morriston. Write letter or postal to
on election day, last May, and a man
named Horton. who is accused of klU- OZOMIUI.SION CO.
ing his wife. &FPino St-e't. diN"w Y@rh
FOR SALE
A Fine Ten-Room House
Will sell my fine residence in the |L C
flst ward. It is a two-story, ten-room
house and has a bath and all modern "I tried all kinds of blood remedies wM'h faiic4
to do me auiygood bot i have fonnid the ri.hbt thlitii
improvements, large lot, at a price that last. a full pinple aid black.
will Interest buyers. Price and terms heads. After taking CMcarets tley all Ieft I am
couiItnulng the nee of them and recommend:
reasonable to a responsible buyer. Am them to my friends. I feli fine when I rise u the
itaving the city the cause of the sale MCUrin Hop. to hae a chance to reconmmnd
Apply to M. Handelsman at the Bos- Fred C. Witten. Tn glm St., R(wark. N. J.
ton Store, Ocala. Fla. n st or


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