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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, INW.
hml Packalges S lefd Dales,
Pnl Packages Figs,
Craberry Sace at
A Choice Stock
Of Fresh Beet, Pork
Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry,
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and
Choice Fresh Famil) Groc
series, always on hand from
which to do your marketing.
Send or bring us your or
ders and they will
W. E. SMITH.
No. 98 North Magnolia St.
I have a well selected stock
of Electric Fans, in both the
General Electric Co. and the
Westinghouse make. The lat.
ter oost.a little more, but re-
quire less current to operate
them. I also carry in stock
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.
McIVER & MACKAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
D. E. MoIVER
ALFRED K. OWEN
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All Work Dose by Licensed Em.
klmors and Fully Ouaranteed
C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder.
Plans and Specifications Furnished
129 South Third Sleet,
OCala, Fla. Phone 130
J. Zenas Preston,
All machines guaranteed for
twice as long as others.
RIBBONS & SUPPLIES
,SEVERE ON SHERIFF SHIPP1
Supreme Court of the United States
Considers Him and His Deputies
Guilty of Contempt A
Washington, Dec. 26.-The supreme!
court Monday decided adversely to the
-reliminary questions against Sheriff
Bhipp. of Chattanooga, and others, who
are charged with contempt of the su-
preme court In lynching the negro
Johnson after the court has taken cog-
nizance of the case.
In his opinion Justice Holmes says:
"Even if the circuit court has no
Jurisdiction to entertain Johnson's ap-
peal, the court alone could decide that Jfc,
sych was the law.
"Until its judgment, declining to con-
sider the case, Johnson was under its
No announcement was made for the
conduct of further proceedings, but
probably a commissioner will be ap-
pointed to take testimony.
The court adJourned until Monday.
nice line of Cut Glass
vt LERS, CCA]
B. P. G8E,
Notice of Session
Ocala Lodge No
n fl Conventions held every
j7:30 p. rn. Castle Hall c
t-- A --..AfIo
THE PORTER WhS PLUGKY
H. iROINION, Pnrmsi t
S. H. BLITCH manage
GEO. J. LBLT CH. TOMW
Shot Two Riotous Negroes Who Were
Trying to Terrore a Central
and of Georgia Train
Columbus, Ga., Dec. 26.-Will senior.
the negro porter on the Central of Geor-
gla passenger train that let: Columbus
for Macon last night, killed two disor-
derly negroes at Juniper, in Talbot
county, about midnight.
The negroes were drinking and it was
necessary to eject them from the train.
and when they reached the ground the
negroes attacked the porter savagely
with knives. He was thrown to the
LA, FLA. ground. but managed to shoot both of
i his assailants, one of them being in-
Is:antly killed and lying on the ground
r wi h his clutched knife still in his
Sand. The other negro was carried to
SIU Geneva, where he subsequently died.
The negro who did the killing was not
y Monday at the regular porter, but a substitute, and
ver Peyser's Illves in Macon. He Is a steady negro
...- #. I'and has the confidence of the railroad
s -- -re. A cordial welcome to vistng
January 7th. tective Order of Elks.O A oae welcome to vcompany.ng
:brothers. Jake Brown, C. C. company.
Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th Chas. K Sage, K. R. S.
This Will Interest Dyspeptics fuesdays in each month. Visiting FOLLOWING THE FLAG
brothers cordially invited. FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will Win. Ander-on, Exalted Rulcr. When our soldiers went to Cuba and
give you back 60 cents (purchasing David S. Williams. Secretary. An Evening Star to read and take the Phillpineg, health was the most
price) if Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy away with you free, with your meals, important consideration. Willis T.
falls to relieve or cure dyspepsia or THE TLXAS WONDER at Keating's Cafe. Morton, retired commissary sergeant.
Indigestion, or their symptoms, bad Cures all kidney, bladder and rheu- V. S. A, of Rural Route 1. Concord.
breath, bad dreams, foul taste, consti- matic troubles. Sold by all drugstores, W. H. TYSoN N. H., says: "I was two years In
nation, hawking, spitting, acid or gas )r two month's treatment by mail for Cuba and two years in the Philip-
on the s omach, dizzy spells, heart 81. Lr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in High !nes, and being subject to colds, took
flutter, pains in the stomach, side or St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials.! Grade Whiskies, Wines and Brand- Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
back, extreme nervousness, belching. Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly sumption, which kept me in perfect
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when Drugstore. ie Fine Cigar, Etc health. And now, in New Hampshire,
all else fails, so don't be discouraged. Next door to the Marion Farms we find It the best medicine in the
It strengthens weak stomachs. The BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE Stables; 'phone, 388. We are the only world for coughs and colds, bronchial
star of hops for all dyspeptics. Cures j dealers here who handle all beers. No. troubles, and all ung diseases." Guar-
the worst cases. Druggists or by ex- You can get a splendid, established 25 South Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla. anteed at Tydings & Co.'s dugstore.
press, 50c. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, i business, lease on the store, or can Price 60 cents and $1. Trial bottle free.
Ocala, Fla. Call or write, j purchase the store if preferred. Apply MORE FINE STOCK COMING
to F. W. Ditto, quick. I CONDEMNED TO DEATH;
BRYAN INDORSES Having sold out the carload of fine RECOMMEnDED TO MERCY
BEVERIDGE'S BILL DRESSED CHICKENS horses and muless we received a short I
S- time ag our Mr. Hugh Nichols has I St. Petersburg, Dec. 26.-The court-
Atlanta. Ga.. Dec. 26.-Secretary Mc- I There are a fine lot of dressed chick- gone to market for another car of fine martial trying the officers for surren-
Kelway, of the national child labor Iens, young and fat, at Meffert and Tay- animals, which will be here in a few idering the ships of the Russian squad-
committee, has an acknowledgement' lor's cold s:orage rooms, where a sup- days. This load will be well worth iron to Japanese during the late war,
from William J. Bryan for a copy of ply will be kept until after the holidays. waiting for, and we ask you to come I found Vice-Admiral Nebogatoff, Rear
!the Beveridge bill. saying: ;Call at the cold storage if you wish and see them on their arrival. Admiral Gregorieff and Lieut. Smirnoff
"The Beverldge plan of preventing some of the poultry. Tompkins & Nichols. guilty and sentenced them to death.
child labor is identical with the one I i The court, however, recommended that
have urged for the suppression of the the emperor commute the sentence" to
trusts. 10 years' Imprisonment each.
"I believe the control Congress has I
over Interstate commerce enables it to I CHILDREN
apply a simple and effective remedy."
DEADLY SERPENT BITES
Are as common in India as are stom-
ach and liver disorders with us. For
the latter, however, there is a sure
remedy: Electric Bitters, the great re-
storative medicine, of which S. A.
Brown, of Bennettsville, S. C., says:
"They restored my wife to perfect
health after years of suffering with
dysplepsa and a chronically torpid
liver." Electric Bitters cure chills and
fever, malaria, biliousness, lame back,
kidnt-y troubles and bladder disorders.
Sold on guarantee by Tydings & Co.,
druggists. Price 60 cents.
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
A splendid family driving horse and
buggy and harness for sale. Apply to
M. Handlesman at the Boston Store.
DEATH FROM LOCKJAW
Never follow's an injury dressed with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
and healing properties prevent blood
poisoning. Chas. Oswald, merchant of
Rensselaersvllle, N. Y., writes: "It
cured Seth Burch, of this place, of the
ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw."
Cures cuts, wounds, burns, and sores.
25 cents at Tydings & Co., druggists.
Price 25 cents.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
22 lots 80xxl20 feet In city limits
and 25 one-acre lots just beyond city
limits, in Allred's addition. Also 40
acres on A. C. L. track Just north of
city, and 36 acres on S. A. L. railroad
adjoining city limits. Also land scrip
for locating U. S. lands. Security Ab-
stract Co., Ocala, Fia.
PUBLIC SPEAKER INTERRUPTED
Public speakers are frequently In-
terrupted by people coughing. This
would not happen if Foley's Honey and
Tar were taken, as it cures coughs and
colds and prevents pneumonia. The
genuine contains no opiates and is in
a yellow package. Sold by all druggists.
ORANGES FOR IHE HOLIDAYS
Choice fruit carefull:- selected for
the holiday trade. Assorted oranges
and tangerines if desired from the
Howard groves, at $2.25 f. o. b. Au-
burndale. Address, E. M. Howard,
either Auburndale or Ocala.
Worth doing is worth doing well. If
you wish to be cured of rheumatism,
use Ballard's Snow Lniment and you
will be "well cured." A positive cure
for sprains, neuralgia, bruises, con-
tracted muscles and all the ills that
flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams,
Navaso:a, Texas, writes: "I have used
Rallard's Snow Lin.ment for soralned
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
nests. Its action on the child is mild
and leaves him in a healthy condition.
Joe Daniel, Surmac, Tenn., says that
he 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 Drugstore.
FOR SALE OR RENT
A Fay-Sholes and a Smith-Premier
typewriter. Apply at this office.
EARLY TO BED
And early to rise makes one healthy,
happy and wise --especially if you take
Herbine before retiring. A positive
cure for constipation, dyspepsia and all
liver complaints. Mrs. S.-, Columbia,
Tenn., writes: "I always keep a sip-
ply of your Herbine on hand. Am so
pleased with the relief it gives in con-
stipation and all liver complaints, that
words can't express my appreciation."
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
THE ELK'S CAFE
Mrs. Ells Mathews is conducting a
first class eating house in the Elk's
Cafe, and is rapidly building up a fine
All kinds of blacksmith work done
at J. L. Smoak's Wagon Works.
NO OPIUM I.i
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
There is not the least danger in giv-
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
small children as It contains no opium
or other harmful drug. It has an estab-
lished reputation of more than 10
years as the most successful medicine
in use for colds, croup and whooping
cough. It always cures and is pleas-
ant to take. Children like it. For sale
by all druggists.
I have Just received a pretty line of
diamonds of the finest grades. Call and
zee the pretty stones. A. E. Burnett,
AN ALARMING SITUATION
frequently results from neglect of clog-
ged bowels and torpid liver, until con-
stipation becomes chronic. This con-
dition is unknown to those who use
Dr. King's New Life Pills: the best
and gentlest regulators of stomach and
bowels. Guaranteed by Tydings & Co.,
druggists. Price 2- cents.
NEW ARRIVAL OF HORSES
Af* .__-nae 1-_^ -A %011_-k-l-
Upon Public Confidence in Evideno
and Increasing Busineu
All ofmis 1 ar i
JL South Side of Square JL
The East Florida Telephone
OF GAINESVILLE AND THE
Ocala Telephone Compaiy
HAVE CONNECTIONS AND REACH THE FOLLOWING POINTS
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The Jeweler and
The Holiday Shoppers
Will find at our store one of the* lAr'-t
newest, and most complete Stooksaof
Jewedry of A mak
Walt Us ,
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Chains aMd FM
That has ever been shown in this city.
Iin Ccd ls. Fmte Ch, FIN
Slerlfg and aItd Slrwrrwe
of ad kins ad Styls, FHI
Umbrdiu, win or wmirt de-
tacaMe kandles, Souvenir
Postal Cards, lCcks, D. We
do l ad Pewleig a baler
stod k In Us secS.
Our prices will compare most favorably
with our competitors, and the goods ar
the very best. Give us a share of your
New Arrivals Coming Evey Day
THIS 18 THE CHEAPEST MODE OF COMMUNICATAO
For Rates Apply to the Oeala Telephn C-e N-m
Full Stock of Wagons, Carriages, Buggia, Hiram-
Saddlery and all the Aecompanying Unea
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WED NEAS AY, DECEMM E I *i
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C. L. BITTINGER,
Editor and General Mnager
R. R. CARROLL.
City Editor and Sus.i-ss Manager.
The Tribune of December 19 printed
an extract from the Ocala Star and
commented thereon. This extract
stated that Brother Joe Humphries of
the Bradentown Herald, was opposed
to the holding of the annual State Fair
at Tampa. whereas, the Star should
have given credit for this distressing
want of judgment to Brother Ught-
foot. of the Bradentown Journal. The
Tribune wishes to apologize to Brother
Humphries for having been led astray
in the matter, and, indeed, wonders
that it did not at once detect and con-
demn the error of the Star. Printed
in another column of this issue will be
found an able defense of the annual
fair and a plea for its continuance
at Tampa from the pen of the gifted
editor of the Bradentown Herald.-
It's all our fault. We unwittingly
wrote Herald for Journal and It all
came about because Editor Humphries
editorial in his Journal against fairs
and publicity in general struck us so
forcibly that we grasped a pad of pa-
per and said our say anent such unpa-
triotic and unjust conclusions on mat-
tars of such public moment to the dif-
ferent counties and cities of Florida.
A state fair is a great educational in-
stutltion if conducted properly. State
fairs should be In Florida as much of
our business as are the interests of our
free schools and If we only persist In
them with judgment and zeal, Florida,
no matter if It expends $25,000 a year
instead of $15,000, as it has for two
years, will as surely get its money
back as It does in spending its money
for free schools. Who would think of
cutting down or withholding money for
school purposes? We are for state fairs
and men at their head who know their
business, men of intelligence and judg-
ment. Brother Joe Humphries should
know better than to crawfish on pro-
gress and we humbly apologize to Bro-
ther Lightfoot for getting the name of
his up to date, wide awake Journal of
true progress confused with that of the
Journal, which on that occasion was a
"crab" edition and no test Is more to
the point than that of Brother Light-
foot's enlightened ideas on state fairs
In his last Issue In which he favors
them with a vim and vigor that puts
all doubts to flight. May he live to see
his ideals of state fairs realized and so
firmly established that Its annual sup-
port will be a matter of fact as provid-
ing money for the expense of carrying
on the commonwealth's business. We
don't want any spurts or squirts at this
kind of publicity business, but a good,
steady, wholesome stream and the rest
will show for Itself.
Yesterday was Christmas, the mer-
riest and happiest day of the year and
the day brought a wealth of gladness
to the distressed and poor of Ocala
through the efforts of the Kings Daugh-
ters, who made more than fifty per.
sons happy, confIted and conscious
that the world is not devoid of sympa-
thy and help for the needy and di;-
tressed. If those of our people who
gave In money and produce to aid this
worthy and noble effort of the King's
Daughters could have seen, as the edi-
tor of the Star did yesterday, the hap-
piness and Joy it brought into the life
of these little ones, who knew of the
kind and generous Santa Claus, but
had not yet experienced his remem.e
brance, they would be repaid a hundred
times. To the writer it was a very
pleasing thought to know that the con-
tributlons went to deserving and needy
Congressman Sparkman is after the
other half of the square, known as the
John F. Dunn park, and has Introduc-
ed a resolu:lon increasing the appro-
priation for the government building
from $865,OCO to $100,000.
The Baptist Orphanage at Arcadia
wants syrup. It wants enough to las'
a year. Now is the time to send It.
They feared they would run shcrt until
new donations arrived, but Judge of
their surprise and pleasure when in
come a barrel from W. S. Grimes, of
Dallas, Marion county. Mr. Grimes is
one of Marion's elect.
The question, "how fast does aver-
age freight move on the railroads?" is
respectfully referred to the Florida
press for discussion.-Tampa Tribune.
In Marion county, on the A. C. L.
railroad, according to the evidence of
J. M. Meffert. of Lowell, it moves
twelve miles in ten days.
The fruit growers of McIntosh have
some beautiful fruit this season. It
comes nearer the expression, "golden
apples" than anything we have seen in
many years in Marion county. It is
not only bright and golden hued but
when it comes to solidity and weight it
tells the story. Good fruit' always
brings good money and we are inform-
ed an good authority that the orange
growers of that section are netting over
$2 a box.
H. L Snowden. one of the thrifty
citizens of Oxford, was In town Satur-
4,ty and reporteJ that the Oxford pub-
C. L bITTINGER & CO.
C. L. Bittiner and R. It. Carroll
Proprietors and PHuhers.
OCALA'S HOLIDAY TRADE
As an indication of the trade enjoyed
by our merchants Christmas week and
the week before, we made a tour this
morning and had a word with most of
them and their replies to oar questions
were very satisfactory. The postoffce
business is a good criterian of trade
and Postmaster Crom's reply was to
the effect that the business was way
above that of last year. Mr. W. W.
Condon, the jeweler; was well pleased
with his business. J. J. Gerig, of the
Postofice Drugstore, said the trade
he has had during the last two weeks
was* the best he ever enjoyed, while his
neighbor, T. B. Snyder, said it broke
the record; A. E. Burnett said thai
nothing like it had ever visited his
place. W. S. Durst, the popular sales-
man of the Guarantee Clothing and
Shoe Company, remarked that Satur-
day, Monday and Tuesday had been the
biggest days for them since the store
was established. Tex Martin, of the
Ocala News Co., was perfectly satisfied
and said it swept the deck. Mr. T. W
Troxler, the well known and suoces
ful fruit and candy man, said it could
not have been better. Those. H. Keat.
Ing, at Strauss' place, was more thai
satisfied, while John Galloway, at G. D
Hogan's, said the trade had been th<
biggest he ever--saw; Harry Precht
the popular manager of the Ocalm
House Wine Rooms, was perfectly sat-
isfiled and the stack of bills he wai
preparing for deposit at the bank at-
tested his statement. Clark Brothers
of the 0. K. Grocery, said if they had
had a dozen more clerks they could not
have kept up with their orders. Th<
market men were happy and said I1
more than met their anticipations an(
everybody in Ocala fared well if the
scarcity of turkeys and chickens wai
any sign. Druggist Tydings was more
than pleased, while the Boston Store
remarked that the Christmas trade this
year beat anything that they had ever
had. Will Chambers was well satisfied
with his business, while C. Rhelnauei
& Co. did the largest business in theli
history. Fred Welhe, the Jeweler, sald
it was great, while Helvenston and Pas
teur were gratified at the Increase in
this year's business over that of last
year. Geo. A. Nash smiled us a wel-
come and remarked he disliked to tel
Sus how well he had done. afraid thai
his landlord would raise the rent. Jake
Kline was so happy and busy that he
could only say, "Still going; never saw
anything like it." Gadson's highest
water mark was reached, while Alex.
ander, of the Racket, said Santa Clauw
lid the business. B. A. Weathers, at
the H. B. Masters department store, re-
marked that it was splendid. Charles
Peyser said people certainly did appre-
ciate his well made wares and that El
Tropico and Milo Deyo cigars went like
hot cakes cn a frosty morning. The
Ocala Seed Company enjoyed a fine
trade In their grocery department
Messrs Frank and Harris, of the Va-
riety Store, said that the business ol
the last few days was great and that
they could not want anything better
The Ocala Furniture Co., Messrs. E. C
Smith and Vernie Roberts, proprietors
were more than satisfied, while the
Globe, next door, a new store opened
by Messrs. Goldman and Malever, did
a large and prosperous business. The
firm of Mclver & MacKay, the furni-
ture men, broke all records, which In
their case was remarkable. Mr. M
Rubip was rushed, while Mr. M. Fsheil
said bis trade of this season doubled
'that of the same period last season
The liverymen said they couldn't sup-
ply teams enough, while the bank
counters were literally stacked with the
"filthy lucre." AHll In all Ocala's bus.
!ness never was better and mor en.
couraging than it has been this sea.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
With local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood on constitutional disease,
Ind in order to cure it you must take
internal medicines. Hall's Catarrh
2ure is taken internally and acts dl-
-ectly on the blood and mucous sur-
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a
luack medicine. It was prescribed by
,ne of the best physicians In this coun-
try for years. and is a regular presorip-
ion. It is composed of the best tonics
cnown, combined with the best blood
uriflers, acting directly on the mu-
;ous surfaces. The perfect combina-
ion of the twb ingredients is what pro-
'uces such wonderful results In cur-
ng Catarrh. Send for testimonials
free. F. J. CHENEY & CO,
Proprietors, Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists, price, 76c. Take
1all's Family Pills for constipation.
The mantelpiece in the colored walt-
ng room at the Coast Line passenger
stationn caught fire yesterday evening,
mnd blazed fiercely for a few minutes.
\ thick cloud of smoke added for some
ours to the felicity of those who wait-
-d for the everlastingly belated trains.
GOODIES FOR YOU
Lime Mints, Olive Chow-Chow, Bulk
)lives, Pulled Figs, Washed Flgs In
baskets, Walnut Meats, Shelled Al-
lionds, London Layer and Cluster
Walsins. Currants, Seeded Raisins,
;iwiss Cheese, McLaurin's Imperial
'heese, Pitted Dates, Duffys Apple
Juice in pints and quarts, Cranberry
tause. Mince Meat, Honey Strained,
'rystalized Fruits, Huyler's Chocolate
)ipped Triscuits. Heinz's Preserves in
rocks, Heinz's Apple Butter, Walnuts,
3razils, ecans' Almonds, Chow-Chow,
;ndia Relish, Olive Oil, Celery Relish,
)unham's Cocoanut, the best on earth
'or Ambrosia; Apples, Oranges, Can-
'or Ambrosia, Apples, Oranges, Candy.
0. K. GROCERY
OCALA'S CHRISTMAS TREES
The Methodist Christmas tree and
exercises of the Methodist Sunday
school were held Monday night at the
church. There was a large crowd in
received by Patterson & Crutcher at
the Marion Farms Stables. Hear is
an opportunity for all to invest. Those
needing mules will do well to call and
inspect the stock.
For chapped and cracked hands
nothing is quite as good as an appli-
cation of DeWit's Witch Hazel Salve.
Put it on before going to bed, use an
old pair of gloves and see what a dif-
ference the morning will bring. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
A POPULAR SHORT ORDER HOUSE
Meals served a la carte or regular
dinner for 50 cents, at the Elk's Cafe.
Try this house, under new manage-
BUSINESS FOR SALE
A well established and good paying
business for sale. Owner has good
reasons for wishing to sell, and will
sacrifice the property for cash. Ap-
ply to F. W. Ditto.
Orine Laxative Fruit Syrup. the
new laxative, stimulates, but does not
irritate. It is the best laxative. Guar-
anteed or your money back. Sold by
attendance the children predominating,
and the cheer that was in their hearts
was expressed in their eyes and Joy and
happiness reigned supreme. The trees,
one on either side of the pulpit, were
loaded with gifts. The pulpit and
choir loft were beautifully decorated in
vines and palms. The first part of the
entertainment consisted of a march,
songs, recitations and declamations.
Mrs. Royal Cole presided, Miss Wart-
mann played splendidly on the organ
and Mr. Royal Cole proved a most ac-
ceptable vicegerent of old Santa. First
came the march by the school, then a
prayer by the pastor. A feature of the
occasion was a dialogue written by Mrs.
M. M. Lltt.e on "Union," grandly por-
traying the coming together of the
north and the south. Then followed
the distribution of gifts, Santa Claus
denuding the left hand tree and Dr.
Izlar the right. Brother Moore told the
little folks how Christmas time was In
his day. His mother gave him a big
red apple and a piece of ginger cake
Ir his stocking and to his young mind
it was the wealth of a continent. Dr.
Izlaw, Prof. J. H. Workman and Lee
Hong, the Chinese laundryman, were
remembered by Santa Claus, Lee get-
ting a pair of chop sticks. Then fol-
lowed a collection for the J. Young
school. The evening was a most de-
lightful one and every one went home
The Baptist Sunday school had the
most unique, novel and entertaining
Sunday school celebrations in its his-
tory last night and, for that matter.
the most Latorig entertainment e-'er
held in this city. The church and the
annex were crowded. Rev. Carroll was
master of ceremonies and he added
much fun to the good cheer that pack-
ed the building. One of the pleasant
events and appreciated by all was the
presentation to Rev. Carroll of a splen-
did gold watch, the gift of the Sunday
school. The watch was presented to
Mr. Carroll by Supt. W. D. Cam. Thl
old folks entertained the young ones.
First came the Baracca class laden with
groceries and provisions, Dr. E. Van
Hood's class. W. T. Gary's class and the
hospital class, led by Mrs. Van Hood,
all dressed as nurses with dainty white
caps and aprons. Mr. Patka with his
rooster in a coop caught the eyes of
the little ones and made them shake
with laughter. The nurses carried all
kinds of medicine and the other classes
carried provisions of all kinds, and to
think of Dr. E. Van Hood carrying a
sack of potatoes, John Edwards a piece
of bacon, Jim Ssoak a Star ham and
J. G. Spurlin a sack of flour and so on
down the line, can be better imagined
than described. Santa Claus was
there, the true blue old fellow, and he
made a speech end sang some songs.
All of these gifts were for the Baptist
orphanage at Arcadia and we know
they will make those 39 orphan's heart's
leap for very Joy.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.
CUT GLASS ARRIVES
I have at last received one shipment
of cut glass that has been delayed in
transit. The patterns are very pretty
and we are selling the goods cheap.
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
FROM ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM
Gainesville, Fla., Dec. 20, 1906.
Editor Star: I drop a line to say,
"Howdy" to you and the Star's staff
and the rural correspondents. I wish
you and everyone a merry. Christmas
and a happy new year; and then, 365
hnore happy days,
Albert Anson -Graham.
A vegetable corrective for the stom-
achs of babies and children with the
name of each ingredient In plain En-
glish on every bottle, that is Casca-
sweet, the ideal medicine for the little
ones. Contains no opiates. Conforms
fully with the national pure food and
drug law. Write E. C. DeWitt &,
Co., Chicago, Ill., for the "Baby Book."
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
CAR OF MULES JUST RECEIVED
A car of fine mules have Just been
Beautiful Cut Glass,
Sterling and Plated Silver
and Fine China
'HAT WAS LONG DELAYED IN TRANSIT
COME IN AND SEE THE GOODS
A. JE. Burnett,
I have bought the woodyard lacated between Oklawaha avenue and
Broadway, and have a stock of green and dry stove wood on hand. Oak and
pine, or mixed, as desired. Ab ig load delivered to any part of the city for
$1 cash. Call at the yard or 'phone No. 370.
7V R. HIINNIoUJTT
It's -a little early. but ouT fall stock is
NO STORE It Firia yipmles a re aeam, u or a hiarw ww *u h s
member d e fe family or my mef r friods, ym art ie ie # do
boyimg press ee Staotin t wE be kept aid iL ie or ile
les, and make yoUr sdecieis.
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PICTURES
Framed or unframed.
Beamthl Prtere t d Lace Cr tais.
Mantle, Table Scarfs, and Fire Screens in all of
the beautiful makes.
The Largest v a Prettiest Line of fs
of all sizes and finish, Art Squares in all weaves and sizes,
and at different prices; Mattings, Linoleums, Etc.
ELEGANT DINING TABLES, LIBRARY AOD
r Tables in Mahogany, Golden Oak,
on finishes-Old English, Antwerp,
Also Chairs ad Rockers
and the different
and Fumed Oak
in the different Mission finishes and Parlor Tables in the
dainty Vernis Martin finish. The list of chairs is a very
long one We hav elegant leather and plush upholstered,
straight and Morris Chairs, Rockers, and Dining Chairs.
The most comprehenbhve 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 5k to $4 each
You should not furnish your dining room until youphave
seen our Tables, in round or square, in any finish, but par-
ticularly pretty in the Golden Oak and Mission.
Handsome Sideboards, Bffets, ad China Closets
in the different and pretty finishes. All styles. of Dining
Chairs, Art Squares, and a complete line of domestic and
imported China Sets. A new line of
Parlor and Hall Lamps That AreiVery Atractive.
Toilet Sets and Jardialers
HANISOKE BDE..E ..
In Golden Oak, Birdseye Mple, a ,ii t
of Brass Beds of all styles and p:ta. Ib etj%6q
Florida. B lankets and Bed LItMn of all t .
Pretty Dressing Tables and odd Buu aull
Ladles'Wriltg belab adr InCk
Gentlemen's Office Tables and R Top *, o
Sectional Book Cases, plain and Itoad li
Ca*cs. Music Cabinets in Oaka Mahnd y
' .* -** ...^ ^
Larwe ai Saml Imrrn dI A
Pretty Bathroom Mirrors, Medicine Cabitns s,
Whatnots, Ladies' Work Baskets and TablMe. ,
*"*."* \^ '
COOKING STOVES, AME, 1
Handsome sets of Harness, Safddlas; Vai-kms
Suit Cases, all sizes and shapes, from the lohMlq
finest made. Trunks of all styles and ki~dt i,*
prices. We also have a most attractive ot of
Wagon fr be ft
If in this List
you do not find *IB
e for it, as this is oly
partial list of what we cary.
Mclve & MN4cK
.e House Furnishers, Ocala, F.I
General Machine & Rabrh p.
Are Well Equipped With the Most Skilled Moshaoth a *-Al~,
chinery and Tools for Doing at Shkort Nte sall KN E'Jo
LIGHT TURNING, FITTING PIPE CUTTIHNOThrEmiSMollii
REPAIR R WOKI
A Specialty Mad* of the Repatrtia amw A^Bi f .M*.F
Marine arn4 Stationery Engiwnes of Light "oA -@~uw E r- -4110 *0'
Gasoline, -Automobiles and Arr. -.
Agents for the Monarch Ball fv otal, t ho C lumet n 4 Kg-Oi o '
ElKatic Paint, the Delta Dry alBeI- .
DEALERS IN PIPES, FITTINGS. SHAFTING, PUJLL Sw.EY t .
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL
Ocala Gas Engine Weods,
Suoceasor to YONGE A CLIMN
SHOP PHONE NO. 34. NIGHT PHONM N.0 01.L
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TO All POINTS SUTU OF TIE MOO AM PWAC ti
AND EAST IF TIE NOSSUSSDL
RATE O OF ONE ''HIRD FARE, plus i oeft
TE the round trip
TICKETS ON SALE
December 2oth to 25th inclusivet;December Soth, Slat a:
January 1st, with final limit January 7th.
For information or reservations call on ticket agent, or -
I f msmmu.LUB
WE HAVE JUST
; ~k r-~
The finest line to select from in the
0- P- A-Y
f;~iS~'t .. I
OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26s 1%0
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT [
We hive boxes to rent at $5.00 per year that will
hold a big lot of valuable papers. jewelry, etc. Also
larger boxes costing a little more. Come and see them.
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS,
THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
Is modest but' progressive, and
offers every legitimate induce-
ment to customers. Correspon-
dence or a visit invited
J. B. BROOKS, Cashier.
IJ~ II II.. ....
See About Your
Now is the Time to Boy Youor
men's Overcoats, Ladies'
ng and Short Coats and
--r- -e -L wL W- -5 -
ALLEN VVW. BRIDGES
Pure Ice Cream and Cold DNiks,
Choice Candies, Fruits, Conf
FoUliLine of &ll Popular Brands of Cigars.
Come inu and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under
the electric fans. Don't forget the place.
ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Next to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank.
I C. HITH
C. Y. ROBFRTS
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LICENSED EMBALMERS
We are Equipped to do the Very Best Work and use Only
the Latest and Best Methods.
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE IIIEDIATE ATTENTION
Chapel and Undertaking Parlors Corner Main Street and
OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY.
Day Phone, No. 10; Night Phone, No. 197.
JNO. M. GRAHAM.
W. D. GRAHAM.
MARION COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
Land Tites Examined.
Fre Insurance on-City Buildings, Mercnandiseland Household Effects
Green Springs natural mineral water
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore by
the glass, gallon or carboy.
Miss Byrde Wartmann, the efficient
music teacher, went to Citra yesterday
to eat her Christmas dinner with her
brothers, Ed and Kyle.
Special prices on Haviland china at
the Postof-"ce Drugstore.
The traveling public may well be sor-
ry for the overworked employees of the
Coast Line these days. They have
even a worse time than the passenger-
gers, which is saying a great deal.
Buy your mileage books and tickets
over the A. C/ L. from R. T. Adams,
the city ticket agent. Office in the
Ex-County Commissioner Gray, for-
merly of Mar!on, but now of Tamoa. is
In the city visiting the Close family on
New lot )f chafing dishes just in by
express at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Mr. R3bert G. Blake's condition Is
serious. He has been unconscious a
great deal and his tongue is affected
so he cannot speak.
The holiday stationery is going fast.
The time to buy is now and the place
is the Postoffice Drugstore.
Miss Edna Williams reached Ocala
the day before Christmas from Louis-
iana and is spending the holidays with
her sister, Mrs. C. C. Carroll.
No! Huyler's candies have not ad-
vanced In price. You can buy Huyler's
as cheap as you can any other kind.
A fresh supply just received at T. W.
Spencer's Bakery, phone 332.
The Montezuma had fifteen arrivals
yesterday and forty-five the day before.
All kinds of goods for the holidays
at the Ocala News Company.
J. C. Marsh ani wife. of Dunnellon.
are guests of the Montezuma.
Drink Green Springs natural mineral
water at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
T. T. McPhearson of Wlldwood is at
Crere ra"er In all colors at 5 cents
oer roll, at the Variety Store.
J. P. Richar-son, of Boardman. Is at
If your lights are out, 'phone No. 300.
Ir. Larrie Scott is home for the hol-
idays from Baltimore.
Remember the coupons with each 10
-ent purchase, when you buy at the
Ocala News Company.
A. L. Evans and Miss Jennie Wish-
art. of Brooksville, are at the Ocala
Sterling and plated coffee sets. Ocala
Jailor C. W. Smith gave the inmates
of the jail a sure enough Christmas
dinner that was greatly enjoyed.
Wedding ring napkin rings at Ocala
Mr. George Dittmer, of Holder, is
spending the holidays In the city with
Umbrellas, $1.650 to 116, at the Ocala
Miss Nellie Hooper, principal of the
South Jacksonville school, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. J. R. Moorhead.
'Phone 300 if your lights are out of
Mr. Carl Weihe, the Jacksonville mu-
sician, spent Christmas in this city
with his parents.
FOR SALE-Full blooded Berkshire
pigs. Now ready for shipment. Ad-
dress, Hermossa Farms, Lady Lake,
Miss Carrie Williams arrived Monday
to be the guest of her sister Mrs. R.
S. Hall, during the holidays.
See those handsome dining tables,
sideboards and hall racks at McIver &
I. E. Williams, a thrifty farmer of
Grahamville, was in town Monday and
renewed his obligations to the Star.
Our line of ladies' desks and comn
binatlon desks and book cases will be
found exceedingly handsome. Mclver
Captain George Russell of Weir Park,
with his brother, B. F. Russell, of Mil-
waukee, Wis., who is visiting the cap-
tain for the winte-, were in the city
ORANGES FOR SALE-We have
about 76 boxes offlne, fancy, bright
oranges for sale. Carmichael & Son
Mr. Nell Weathers, from New York,
and Mr. B. S. Weathers, from Mul-
berry, Fla, are In the city visiting their
Crepe paper In all colors at 6
per roll, at the Variety Store.
DAVID S. WOODROW,
PHOSPHATE LANDS A
Either In hard rock or pebble region.
If developed I can sell them for you.
If not developed, I can have the work
done for you.
I have the following to offer in
Ocala city property:
The northwest corner lot, 29 feet
facing Magnolia street and 84 feet on
Norh First street, facing the govern-
ment building site, is still unsold; also
the lot immediately south of it, 28
feet by 84 feet.
Situated immediately north of the
Seaboard depot. Has two-story, 18-
room hotel building upon it and out-
houses. Occupies entire block.
ALLRED DWELLING HOUSE
Also covers an entire block due north
of hotel. 12-room dwelling and barn
on south half of block. North half can
be built on.
NEW ADDITION TO OCALA
I am platting forty acres west of the
Seaboard main line, which I will place
on the market in a few days. Good
title and easy payments. Wide streets
The garden spot of Lake Weir. I have
a small furnished cottage to rent there
by the week or month. There is noth-
ing more beautiful in Florida. Buy a
lot and build a. cttare. VYou will nov-
Whome Say-so Is Best?
With nearly all husWldw put up for
ale through druggist, one has to take
the make's say-so aloe as to their cura-
tive value. Of 9 earse, such testimony Is
not that of a diinterested party and
according ISD not to be given the wme
credit as i written from disinterested
motives. 1r. Pierce's medicines. how-
ever, form a single and therefore striking
exception to this rule. Their claims to
the cw ndenee of invalids does not rest
solely upon their makers' say-so or
pralso Their ingredients are matters of
public knowledge, being printed on ehcb
separate bottle wrapper. Thus invalid
suueren are taken Into Dr. Percp's full
confidence Scores of leading medical
men have written enough to fill volumess
In praise of the curative valuc of the
several ingredients entering into theme
Amongst these writers we ad Sech mod-
leal lights as PrA Finley Elllncwocd. M. D..
of Bcnnet leJical Coi Chicao; Prot.
Hale. of the same city; Prof. Joh BScud-
der. X. D.. late of Cincinnati. Ohio; Prof.
John King. M. D. late of Cincinnati. Ohio;
Dr. Grovcr Coo. of New York; Dr. Bartho-
low. of Jefferson Medical College. of Pa..
and scores of others equally eminent.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures
the worst cases of female wcaknesm prmlap-
sus.antverslon and retroversion and corrects
Irregularities. cure painful Derlcds dries up
disagreeable and weakening drains. somc-
times known as pelvic catarrh and a multi-
tude of other diseases peculiar to women.
Bear in mind it is not a patent nor even a
secret medicine, but the "A arcrite Prescrip-
tionn of a regularly educated physician, of
large experience In the cure of wc-an's
peculiar ailments, who frankly and confid-
Ingly takes his patients into his full cor.
fidence br telling them just what his "Pre-
scription" is composed of. Of no ober medi-
cine put up for woman's special maladies
and sold through drugaists, can it bp a-ld
that the maker is not afraid to deal tbhs
frankly, openly and honorably, by letting
every patient using the same know exactly
what she Is taking.
Sick women are invited to consult Pr.
Pierce, by letter, free. All correspoLd-
ence is guarded as eacrodty secret and
womanly confidences are protected by
professional privacy. Address Dr. BV.
Pierce,. Buffalo, N. Y.
How to preserve health and beauty is
told in Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Med-
ical Adviser. It Is free. For a paper-
covered copy send Dr. B. V. Pierce, Buf-
falo N. Y 21 one-cent stamps to cover
mailing onl/y; in cloth binding 31 stamps.
Dr. Pleri's Pallets cre constipation
Dr. R. D. Sistrunk, wife and little
girl came up from Dade City yesterday,
stopped at the Ocala House and went
out to Berlin to visit the doctor's fath-
er, Mr. T. J. zistrunk, for a few days.
Mr. Kenneth McPherson came up
from Mulberry Monday and Joined his
wife, who is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. H. Seymour.
Jake Brown, of the Teapot Grocery,
made his friends and customers glad
with a Christmas gift in the shape of
a delicious piece of fruit cake.
Japanese plaques at Ocala Music Co.
For Infants and Children.
The Ibd You Have Always BOid
The Star will appreciate the informa-
tion !f you will phone or write us of
any friends or relatives who are visit-
ing you, or any of your family who are
visiting away from home during the
We are displaying a magnificent
o. screens, in all sizes, msylee
makes. McIver & MacKay.
Rev. L D. Geiger will take personal
charge of the Inverness Chronicle and
remove his family from Apopka to In-
verness as soon as practicable. Mr.
Geiger's family have resided at Apopka
ever since they left Ocala, except a year
or so at Leesburg.
A new line of iron beds, nearly one
hundred different patterns and any
price desired, at McIver & MacKay'.
A Christmas box of perfume makes
a nice gift. We have a large line to
show. The Postoffice Drugstore.
Mr. Swicord, the Coleman merchant,
who lost his stock of goods by fire re-
cently, has resumed business in the
Condrey building. He will erect a fine
store room on his own property as soon
as he can get artificial stone for the
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.
FOR SALE--My horse, Dan. Can
thoroughly recommend. Herbert A.
Mr. Blerman, the shoe repairer, Is
building several cottages Just north of
the colored Odd Fellows hall on.Expo-
Silver carving sets at the Ocala
Prof. W. E. Blair, of the Crytal
River school, died last week. He was
only sick a few days. He was a recent
arrival from Union Grove, N. Y, to
which place the remains were shipped.
R. L. Martin, room 9, Merchant's
block, has 3,C00 acres of timber land at
Lake Weir on railroad. 1,000 acres
round and 2,000 acres boxed. Will cut
ten crops and 7,000,000 feet. Will sell
John A. Graham, the Manatee pro-
moter, who was defeated in the state
election for the legislature, was In the
city Saturday on business with Mr. A.
Millions of bottles of Foley's Honey
and Tar have been sold without any
person ever having experienced any
other than beneficial results from Its
use for coughs, colds and lung trou-
bles. This is because the genuine Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar in the yellow
package cw ntains no opiates or other
harmful drugs. Guard your health by
refusing any but the genuine. Sold by
Rev. Reuben Brooks, who owns prop-
erty at the corner of South Main and
South Fifth streets, is erecting three
Backache, cold hands and feet, lrheu-
matism, and kindred ailments, caused
by improper action of the kidneys
yield readily to a short treatment of
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
They quickly drive the poison from
the system and thus afford relief. A
V. S. Weather Reporter W. t Jewett
gives the following as the oAici re-
port of the weather for the four morn-
ings of the cold spell:
Saturday night, 27 degrees; Sunday
night, 25: Monday morning, 22; Tnes-
day night, 265.
The Christmas festival for the Zpls-
cotal Sunday school that was planned
for tonight. has been postponed until
some future date.
W. L. Jewett, SuperlutendMut
We want your pr!ecrtptlon buMinee
and are beer prepared than ever to
*ake care of It. Tydings & Co.
M. Rubin has returned from the
north, where he went several weeks ago
for treatment. Mr. Rubin looks better
and feels stronger, which will be good
news to his many friends.
Genuine French stag and sterling sil-
ver tcllet sets and brushes at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore. See our lne be-
Mrs. T. J. Barnes of the Glenwood,
gave her boarders and guests a per-
fectly cooked and elegantly served din-
ner yesterday. It is safe to say, there
was not a better Christmas dinner at
any hotel of the size in Florida.
Puff boxes, nail brushes, tooth brush-
es, hair brushes, military brushes,
rosewood and celluloid mirrors, whisp-
brooms, and all other toilet articles.
A beautiful line to select from. Ty-
dings & Co.
Mrs. A. DeVane and daughter. Mrs.
Henry Shoeflin and two daughteml. An-
nie Louise and Lucy Lee, of Tampa,
arrived in the city yesterday to spend
a few days with Mrs. DeVane'p daugh-
Ster and Mrs. Shoeflln's sister, Mrs. P.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.
We have a conmpiete line of drug-
gist's sundries and drugs. The most
up-to-date in the 'city. Tydings & Co.
I wiNvOW SHA!MESLOLEUM aaO.
THE MOST ACCEPTABLE
XMAS PRESENT O1aa i ft ,o4
xMM M n 5vnur crig qvw soft I M mQUt atI
U _,~O a v Y IM of a y"ung
FOR OLDSWG & I .cy CarterO who w
Solomon yesterIsy Ua. i .
station, pair- at :
thei r niw. home. knot :
cut the -u ft
4" Wis bow 0Dt W
S .C ^gs. th"Alubfte m,_ M,. e*
"t-Dr. norw r e "'tbi: :"
in time tebwfs ON^'e t" d"
covered dtu par WalwlelWbho w-41
Anti-Monopo D o re i p orflml Ubot-bwi. il.-l i :. .-^,
ErS0orNS a.e' way U M mta rni woo N H. "".- r:
"Or M. ..T. Y~ka ,rote boW _.M1 i O W. .. -_
Just Resolved at Tr tt v awslt or.n .: .
LYCT i -UM nCOURSE tImn ut w.nd. "
iIts a Gra te w .
Tickets for the first attraction of tB do not heag toW "1 t1? :
m 'atebiz h r fa~ bdfy It th a1s ,,"-
lyceum course will be on ale, at AIiU .. .
Bridges. Monday morning ad bolder i 'tinem So WS
of season tickets can ha ve- t.iT- the attckiV 5i -. '' do gait
served. The irt attraction of the --*t *be ~I lsW uit i'
., 0 a tad, 'to .k- 4.1 as -it,_r.
son will be the Aerial Quartet J5, Z-, wa t -.i ',-.
at the amry, tr take A4 ~-a h " r--. -l.
;'r.. L A. a wEm rINip *. w
Rev. L; W. Moone ,4 aCd t -we tl resident a&d selet Ia tmhe it I
pleasure of ChristmUss be w bwas r lU. kk t at T S COW
all day long and par of today Ml Aica. My: i -B Agi--I alwie: -- *"?
his household goods pVrpratorWy r q Itc 'M couyh u.st t'
sending them t Tatope TMr. MoaIwe ^ 1 ,d MV binW 001
and fatly leave tomorrow for tbei t t be very tOTfory -
new home. The Star- wLshae ttem a 0 Plesmr t& sin mm -Mr.^ ;
seaf journey and pleasant relation. in.ae al dUNMtI,. I
their new bome. IN JoUSTIO.OC' -
Toilet sets and toilet cases and mn- -
Icire sets In endless variety, at the' -5 1 StMae 9lmlru-mei' 1i,,SUS *
Anti-Monopoly Dirgstore. this morning t hre ias vesme w.u
at, ,Alono WoodaeftSr aill, .
Mt. Asher Frank, who has bwn UP o to w $25on estc or sts 4W
Starke looking ater. the ba nmeawre Ix J l Tom Mbe e. rassult1 *to <
there owned by the Ioston ftoe r tter, 10"0M and e.sor a -
this city, returned to pend Chrstnee Jai;; m Ha Nat $14,0 Wd 8ad U d
wlh -.his parents.- Ashera met with' a ofx m"outstb I Jal; IUsk eter
ve7 .painful accident on the return si-~t *tw et taw *J asm. 44W
trip. The train did not eto&aa* is ji tInUS ntil Io"hrw. -a t 9 I a
towpting to catch It ont't ly"n- -A wer colored. 1' <
mised his hold ad fell to'the grovZ4- -m Iso .
scratching his face badly. It was a OUR WV i Pi
painful thbih not srious cIe ddi on. of the at ep l
REGULAR BRORDERS tive sock -of ineup t1
Can find a comfortable, bomelle hotel is ^ ':
and a congenial lot of people at CoL .looin tre I
Shlpman's Montezuma hoteL but we au yo tha w Ii. 1w ;
Mr. IrnestLleanswife.who havegood, the very best goods aad theiwva
been spending Christmas with r1 Be Srt Ao la aie kt *p
parents, returned to Oansv9 l o line of rsd and Pldior r .'!
glass and china, wtabthe dodi@6 93,t
The following persons dined It L rigs, baraWelets, asd aIuIf s am s
Montezuma yesterday: 0. Br.Erauo t. all kinds.6 n beInuw ye you -
Eureka; J. A. Kllpatrick. Center mW Christmas' rC.a.i. '
E. King. Perry; T. T. McPherson, Wid. 1, AF
wood; J. B. Smith and wife. Athens .out o ?M Sim re"
Ga.; F. K. Stone. Williston. B :
The Star is in receipt of a pamphlet
containing 120 page, from the *im of
the Live Oak Publishing Co, compiled
by George Butler, of Crystal iwver con-
taining the names -and asdee- of
25,000 white people living to thirty-
eight different counties, covryOgorer
400 postoffices In the state ae t oMda,
and residents of the state for -r-e than
a year. It will make a valbl e con-
tribution for business men ad merch-
Mr. and Mrs Valentine Bock, from
Heldtvllle, were In town today on legal
business and made the Star office a
appreciated call. Mr. BockLs arrang-
ing his phosphate property. This
property Is proving better than was at
first thought for. One fourth of the
property will go to Mr. Bock and one
fourth to Mrs. Bock and one half to
Mrs. Bock's heirs. The rock will be
mined on a royalty of $160 er ton.
with an advance of $5,000.
INCUBATORS POF O MRi ONAP
Sightly used. e M W aai M
egg, and one js. s --0se0 "-'
will sell for about half east. 08Li .
new. Ocalsa 'pttMr C.C. .
The Coast Le aor~d m
here about S clock yateraM
came along at 9, Mich iWbj lo
ly Vwll. The eomtol.34 e :*..
pM. m as onaly bu osr %4Wf
northbound, due 9t LJA *S2-.
at 9:20 p m. m ae, .
waiting left the tnrals it B-*-
Oeala aad actuaOy f it. It N. t-.
This mornla' 1.i|ft W iLl boxM
only seven bomre t. -ItAiO
week was fortyvb h0-- u I SI1
from St. Petarbbtewsi keeI(rIK
the Coast Unhr weif^- vt .
ger engines to It -bi 9.. b ..
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEINESIAY, DECEMtER 5, 1O
LEASED FOR TEN YEARS
Best Year-Round Betel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date
Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Eat
T. J. S H I PMAN, PROPRIETOR,
A CAR OF
STEEL CHAMPION FENCING
BROUGHT TO OCALA.
The material is all right
It builds the best fence
It is sold reasonably
W. SMITH & CO.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
I have bought the Fort King Grocery and re-stock-
ed it with a complete, fresh line of Staple and
Fancy Groceries for the family trade. I will carry
only the freshest and best goods to be had, and
will guarantee to sell them to you as cheap as any
one in the city. Country produce bought and sold
and fruits and baker's bread will be put in in a few
days. Give me a share of your trade and if good
goods, courteous treatment and low prices merit a
continuance of it, you will continue to trade with
Corner Fort King
ammI m .I
Ave. and Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
N - -O- A -,&-.009
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Si~ d .s.
"Trice him up and slice him ups
Dig straightway an ovenI
Ral the crust of watered dust (
Then this pie we'U shove in I"
"TURNBLB-I'M TRZ PXPIKN KINGL1"
They lunged at him, they plunged at him,
They sat on him, fell flat on him.
Surrounded him and pounded him I
They seized him and squeezed him;
They rolled him and told him
%hat a pie to bake he soon would make
For their Thanksgiving dinner I
How very glad they were they had
A boy that was no thinner I
The early moonlight silvered all the hill
Then Tommy woke and heard the cricket's
IN THE PHILIPPINES.
yraki 'Thaurlkflgig Cwstom Myave
nade a Hit There.
Since Admiral Dewey played the part
of a modern Columbus and discovered
an archipelago with a greater number
of Inhabitants than were to be found In
all America when Columbus landed
there have been great changes in the
Philippines, and a good many of the
customs brought over by the Yankees
have been adopted by the natives. Any
form of festive enjoyment always ap.-
peals to those childlike people of the
south seas, and to the numerous holi-
days Introduced and celebrated by the
Spaniards they have been glad to add
Thanksgiving. Turkeys are as yet
lacking, but they will come In time
doubtless, and meanwhile there are
plenty of other things suitable to feast
Uncle Sam has now 10.000 soldiers In
the Philippines, and every one of them
will celebrate Thanksgiving day In
some fashion. Though they are scat-
tered over the Island in no fewer than
400 different poets, every "mess" will
have Its special dinner to mark the joy-
ous occasion. For this feast money
will be provided out of the "company
fund," which Is handled by the captain
ot eab company.-Philadelphia Times.
Passed Examination Successfully
James Donahue. New Britain. Conn.
writes: "I tried several kidney reme-
dies, and was treated by our best phy-
sicians for diabetes, but did not im-
prove until I took Foley's Kidney Cure.
After the second bottle I showed Im-
provement, and five bottles cured me
completely. I h:.ve since passed a rigid
examination for life Insurance." Fo-
ley's Kidney Cure cures backache and
all forms of kidney and bladder troub-
le. Sold by all druggists.
By GEORGE COOPER.
G LOBES of gold on the upland lay
The ripened pumpkins at close of
Up the meadows the cows came slow,
With bells a-tinkle and gentle low.
Tommy paused by the old stone wall
Unromantic was he, and small.
What do they see, those twinkling eyes ?
Floating visions ot luscious pies,
Flaky crust of the lightest brown I
Smacking his lips and looking down
Over the wall, he saw a sight.
Pumpkins were stirring, left and right I
Legs and arms had begun to sprout I
Tommy is too much amazed to shout.
How they grin'at him--how they stare I
Straight on end stands Thomas' hair.
"Hold I" he hears a voice outing.
"Tremble-I'm the pumpkin king I
Bind the culprit, foot and hand I
Let him here before me stand,
Pumpkin subjects, I command I
Cut him up in crescent slices
Chubby boy-I'm told it nice is I
Oft for him have we been sliced up,
Mashed and delicately spiced up.
Monster of the youthful brow,
Turn about is fair play now I
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ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
Little Jule's ThassglviTuln Dima
S Wasn't Very satisfyi g.
"Well. all I've got to say is that this
ThanLsgivin' day was better'n the last
was," said little Jule. "It couldn't be
worse, for last Thanksgivin' day I
didn't have any Thanksgivin' at al.
I'll teil you how it was.
"You see. may Uncle Depew Green,
he invited me an' ma out to his farm
to spend Thanksgivmn' day.
"Ma, she said she guessed we'd bet-
ter go, for it would save a lot of fuss
an' trouble at home an' she wouldn't
h ve to cook any turkey.
"An' I said I guessed we'd better
go. too, for Uncle Deep always had
pretty good dinners.
"An' ma she said there was enough
cold beans in the house to last me for
two or three days.
"I didn't like cold beaas muc, but
every time I'd eat 'em I'd think how
good Uncle Deep's dinner was gain' to
be. so I didn't say anything about it,
but after the fifth or fourth meal it
was hard work.
"We were goin' to start for Uncle
Deep's Thauksglvin' mornlh' an' get
back that night, for ma said she could
not spnre any more time. An' I 'don't
know whether so many cold beans
affected ma's head or what was the
reason, but when the day before
Thanksglvin' came she said that she
was sure It was Thanksgivin' day
an' we'd made a mistake th.nkin' it
was the next day an' we'd better start
right off or be late for dinner.
"When we come to the station., ear
Uncle Deep's house, the station master
said there wasn't any w;gan an' he
guessed they expected t.f tomorrow.
An' ma said we had come to Thanks-
girin' dinner an' maybe the wagon
was goln' for more folks. An' then the
station master grinned. An' when we
'come to Uncle Deep's there was Solon
choppin' wood in the front yard. An'
Solon he said, 'Why. I thought you
was com in' tomorrow.' An' ma she
said his ;pa had invited us to Thanks-
givin' dinner. An' Solon he grinned.
"Uncle Deep came to the door, an' he
said. 'Way. we thought you an' Jule
was coming tomorrow.' An' ma she
said she, thought we was coming'
to dinner Thanlrsgivlu' day. An' Un-
cle Deep he said that he was glad to
see us today all the same an' that they
wasn't cooking' much today, 'cause to-
morrow xas Thanksgiviu', but he
guessed there was some cold beans for
dinner, an' to come right In an' sit
"Ma .as so flurried she said she
couldn't walt. 'cause she had some-
thin' particular to don at home. An'
Uncle Deep he griuined. So we went
right back to the station, an' we had
to wait three hours for a train, an' we
didn't get home till most night.
"An' rIa said she'd had enough goln'
to Uncle Deep's an' we could stay
at home the next day. An' when I
asked her could we have a turkey she
got angry an' said not to bother her
an' that there was enough cold beans
left for dinner tomorrow. But I
couldn't eat them."-St. Louis Post-Dis-
The Food That Does Good
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oyooug, taf b its delivyryu=&and in goodk. 44,
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they we is daed i d If tk. .oinbw -W.
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martki red and witbe
Zv 4CnImC 8NAPS-CIIUP. "do% '4m
mozni of it sM W spcMs that eer s.s bun"
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Top and bottom ba-s No.
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HARRY B. CLARKSON, General M:m'a
THE HARVr.OT ii jn..
Tiaaknlrlvil Ia the Old14 tple
Day oef laglad.L
In the old simple days of England
the harvest home was such a scene as
Horace's friends might have expected
to see at his Sabine farm. The grain
last cut was brought home In its wagon,
called the hock cart-surmounted by a
figure formed of sheaf with gay dress-
iugs-suggesting a representation of
the goddess Ceres, while a pipe and
tabor went merrily sounding In front
and the reapers tripped around in a
hand in hand ring, singing:
"Harvest home, harvest home!
We have plowed, we have sowed.
We have reaped, we have mowed.
We ha-e brought home every load.
kip. hip. hip. harvest home!"
In the evening of harvest home the
supper took place in the barn or some
other suitable place, the master and
mistress generally presiding. This feast
was always composed of substantial
food with plenty of good ale.
There Is a growing tendency at the
present time to abolish these old har-
vest festivals and to substitute a festi-
val for the whole parish, with services
in the forenoon and a dinner after-
ward, followed by sports and games
for the men and tea drinking for the
women.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Thaukaltving Days In HuniUar.o
In Hungary Thanksgiving days or
something analogous to them used to
be common, but have now passed
away except on rare occasions of na-
tional rejoicing. Then a horse race of
a particularly exciting description
takes the place that football occupies
in the American observance of t.e real
thing in the way of Thanksgiving cel-
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Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of
Canton Center, Conn., who has been in
the U. S. service for about 16 years,
says: "We have tried many cough
medicines for croup, but Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy is king of all
and one to be relied upon every time.
I We also find It the best remedy for
Coughs and colds, giving certain re-
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sale hv all drucisntas
Fish and Qyt
I now have a first-class stock eo Fres m 4 pB:I
Fish of all kinds; Cedar Key and Cryqrtl o C
Fresh Beef. Pork and Mutton at all tirome. T e
are choice vaneties; the prices as rlow a ts.bi
customers will receive prompt, coeUteiw a
and their orders will be promptly delivered
IE. Tompkins, i~.'
Florida East Coast R
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