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A Choice Stock
Of Fresh Beet, Pork
Vegetables, Fruits, Polt'ry,
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and
Choice Fresh Family Gruc
cries, always on hand from
PASSED HER THE POISOI N JUST M
Thee Took a D oe Himsef-A Sensa
tional Couble Suicide In a
Nw York Jail A nice line of
Elmlre, N. Y., Dec. 28.-Although a
guard was standing close beside him Silvet
last night, Frank Delaney, a railroad Silver
man, succeeded In a bold attempt to
end his life and the life of a womar,
who occupied a cell in the woman's m
dormitory of the Elmira county jail. I
The womar. was Bessie Wells, await- L
ing sentence on Jan. 3 for abducting O C AL A Ml
a young girl and harboring her for
Immoral purposes. Delaney possessed
a power of attorney or the woman JEWFLERS,
and when he called at the jail and
stated that he wished to consult her
regarding the signing of important pa- J f
pers, thcr, was no objection on the Be P o E.
part of the warden, who sent a guard
along with him. The guard stood close Notice of Session of
by the man and woman, when they Ocala Lodge No. 51.,
were conferring together, when sud- Benevolent and Pro-
denly Delaney drew from his pocket a tective Order of Elks.
bottle of carbolic acid and passed it -e O o
through the bars. The woman seized Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th
It and swallowed its contents. uesdays In each month. Visiting
Suddenly Delaney pressed a bottle brothers cordiallv invited.
to his own lips. A guard sprang upon Wm. Anderbon, ExaltedRuler.
him, but the man fought him fiercely David S. Williams, Secretary
for a moment and then collapsed HeTHE TEXAS WONDER
died before a physician could be ca-i-
ed. Wheu the door of the cell wasa un- iCur.i ail kidney, bladder and rheu-
bolted, the woman was dying on the rwatic troubles. Sold by all drugstores,
floor. or two month's treatment by mail for
DEADLY SERPENT BITES
which to do your marketing. Are as common In India as are stom-
ach and liver disorders with us. For
Send or bring us your or the latter, however, there is a sure
ders and they will have remedy: Electric Bitters, the great re-
a storative medicine, of which S. A.
prompt attention Brown, of Bennettsville, S. C., says:
_"They restored my wife to perfect
W E. SM ITH. health after years of suffering with
dyspepsia and a chronically torpid
No. 98 North Magnolia ft. liver." Electric Bitters cure chills and
O.ever, malaria, biliousness, lame back,
n ___ jkldney troubles and bladder disorders.
2 olne 132 Sold on guarantee by Tydlngs & Co.,
P druggists. Price 50 cents.
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CeCa rcai upplie.
I have a well selected stock
of Electric Fans. in both the
General Electric Co. and the
Westinghouse make. The lat.
ter cost a little more, but re-
quire less current to operate
them. I also carry in stock
Fancy Globes, High, Low
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
done, phone to No. 800.
lcINER & MAcKAY
Undteakers and Embalmers
ALFRED E. OWEN
Fe Caskets and Burial Robes
All Work Done by Liensed Em-
bahlmer and Fully Guaranteed
C. J.. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Budder.
Plans and peiftlati m s Furniehed
S29 Sooth Third Sleet,
OcalT Phone 130
Jo ZeMa suton
All machines guaranteed for
twice as long as others.
Secmd-Haad Machines from
RIBBONS & SUPPLfES
$1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 OliVe street,
St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials.
Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly
BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE
You can get a splendid, established
business, lease on the store, or can
purchase the store it preferred. Apply
to F. W. Ditto, quick.
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.
Sliver dishes at Condon's.
Police Have an Idea that the Double
Suicide was a Double Murder
Atlanta, Dec. 28.-The police are In-
vestigating what appears to be a very
strong suspicion that there was another
cause of the death of Walter J. High-
tower and Besse Jones than the mur-
der and sulede theory.
-Possibly the two were murdered.
and the police seem to have strong
ground for this suspicion. At any rate
detectives have been detailed to in-
vestigate the case along this line, and
it is said arrests may follow.
KING OF ALL COUGH MEDICINES.
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 tiled many cough
medicines for croup, but Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy Is king of all
and one to be relied upon every time.
We also find it the best remedy for
coughs and colds, giving certain re-
suits and leaving no bad effects." For
sale by all druggists.
MURDER AND LYNH,r4ING
AT HIGH SPRINGS
High Springs, Fla., Dec. 28.-Murder
was followed by lynching Wednesday
night, Dennis Osteen, night yaramaster
for the Atlantic Coast Line, was killed
by two negroes, brothers, in front of a
negro dive. One of the negroes, An-
drew Wimbish, was captured and im-
mediately lynched. The other, J. F.
Wimbish Is still at large but posses
are out scouring the woods for him.
It was rumored that there was an
attempt to kill night policeman J. N.
Shaw, who has been active In breaking
up the blind tigers.
The negroes started a row in the
dive and the woman who had charge
of the place ran out to call Policeman
Shaw. Mr. Osteen was In the vicinity,
and hearing the shooting, started to
see what was the trouble. The negroes
met him at the door and shot him
DEATH FROM LOCKJAW
Never follows an injury dressed with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
and healing properties prevent blood
poisoning. Chas. Oswald, merchant of
Rensselaersville, 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 sore%.
25 cents at Tydings & Co., druggists.
Price 25 cents.
ANOTHER EARTHQUAKE IN CHILI
Santiago, Chill, Dec. 28.-Half the
town of Arica, in the province of Tac-
na. has been destroyed by an earth-
quake and other towns in the neigh-
borhood have suffered more or less
The seaport of Iquique. 120 miles
south of Arica, was not damaged.
With the recollection of the August
disaster fresh In the minds of the peo-
ple. those in the earthquake zone were
Cut Glass and
@ OCLAu LICE NO. ie
SConventions held every Monday at
7:20 p. m. Castle Hall over Peyser's
store. A cordial welcome to visiting
brothers. Jake Brown, (. C.
Chase. K. Sage, K. R. S.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.
W. H. TYSON
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in High
Grade Whiskies, Wines and Brand-
ies, Fine Cigars, Etc
Next door to the -Marion Farms
Stables; 'phone, 388. We are the only
dealers here who handle all beers. No.
25 South Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla.
INCUBATORS FOR SALE CHEAP
Slightly used, one 300 and
egg, and one large, 3-aection
will sell for about half cost.
new. Ocala Furniture Co.
An elderly white woman can get a
"good home In small family by apply-
ing to this office.
MISSISSIPPI'S MAD IMOS
Murderd Innocent Negroe Who Their
White Negbbors Vainly Tried
New Orleans, Dec. 2.-That white
men, with their own bodls, protected
innocent negroes. and that eve effort
Is being made by the whites to punish
the hoodlum class of the Caucaesion
race who are responsible for the riots
In Kemper county. Miss., and at Scoo-
ba. during -Christnumas, ii being reported
her direct from Wahalak.
The dispatches state that a confer-
ence has been held between the civil
and military authorities at which evi-
deace was produced to show the Iden-
tity of five white men, members of
good families, who took part In the
lynching of the negroes.
Twelve deaths will probably cover
the death list. The dispatches report
that the white people who took part
in the rioting have fled toward the
Alabama line, while the negroes are
gathered in large numbers terror-
stricken at Scooba seeking the protec-
tion of the militia.
The killing of the negro Nicholton
is reported to have been a most brutal
affair. He was a man of good charac-
ter, as well as being well to do. The
mob, while searching for another ne-
gro. entered Nicholson's house and be-
gan shooting. A deputy sheriff and
two other white men shielded Nichol-
son with their own bodies until they
were overpowered by the men and the
negro taken and brutally killed. The
house was then burned down over his
Every person who participated In
the work will be prosecuted If they
can be identified and arrested.
Governor Vardeman reached Scooba
at midnight, accompanied by Adjutant
General Friedge and a company of sol-
diers from Jackson.
After a conference with Col. Me-
Cants, commanding the troops at Scoo-
be, and with the civil authorities, it
was determined that three compaa0es
of state troops were necessary to pre-
serve the peace and that the others
should be returned home, leaving the
situation to be cared for by the re-
mainder of the militia.
The men left for their homes early
this morning Gov. Vardeman said that
he believed that there was no further
danger of trouble. He declared that
the several killings were "astroclous
crimes" and that the entire trouble
would be fully investigated.
NO OPIUM hl.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
There Is not the least danger la gv-
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
small, children tt contains BO e um
or oiher harmful drug. It has an etabl
listed reputation of more than 3S
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.
MORE TROOPS FOR CUBA
Washington. Dec. 28.-Secretary Taft
has received advices from Gov. Ma-
goon at Havana, Indicating that a more
o less unsettled condition of affairs
exists In certain parts of Cuba and
that In Santa Clara province some law-
less bands are operating and pillaging.
Therefore, at the governor's instance.
General Bell has ordered a considerable
reinforcement of the garrison of Amer-
ican troops to that province.
FOLLOWING THE FLAG
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Phllpines, health was the most
important consideration. WUll T.
Morton, retired commissary aerglnt.
t. 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, bronchlal
troubles, and all ung disease" Guar-
anteed at Tydings & Co.'s dugstore.
Price 60 cents and $1. Trial bottle free.
A JACKSONVILLE MYSTERY
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 28.-The dead
bodies of George Patterson, a cab
driver, and Alice Clark. boarding house
keeper, were (ound Christmas night in
different rooms of the boarding house
run by the waman.
The indications were either suicide.
No cause can be ascertained.
The police are Investigating
IN PRAISE OF
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
There Is no other medicine manufac-
tuerd that has received so much praise
and so many expressions of gratitude
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
is effective and prompt relief follows
its use. Grateful parents everywhere
do not hesitate to testify to its merits
for the benefit of others. It is a cer-
tain cure for croup and will prevent,
I SAFE DEPOUI
We have boxee to remat
hold a big lot of vatoabip0-
larger box eeowtlUa it 4de
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Edit ad Genewal Manager
City Editor and BuSue.s Manager.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
Beginning with January 1st, 1907, all
subscriptions to the Daily Star will be
payable strictly in advance, if the sub-
scriber is to get the benefit of the $5
per year rate. If when paid monthly.
or when past due, the rate will be by
the month on a basis of $6 per year.
All "complimentaries," deadheads and
special pricess will be discontinued,
and the subscribers will all receive the
paper on the same terms and rates.
MRS. J. W. COULTER
Word reached Ocala this morning
of the death at Blitchton of Mrs. J. W.
Coulter, who expired at 6 o'clock this
Mrs. Coulter was a splendid Christ-
ian woman, with a sweet and gracious
deposition and her death has not only
brought bitter sorrow to her home and
family, but to the whole community in
which she resiled.
Mrs. Coulter Is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Blltch. It is supposed
that the Interment will take pla(e to-
morrow at Pleasant Hill cemetery, west
To the sorrowing and grief-stricken
ones the Star extends its heartfelt
Cards have been received from Edi-
tor Otis Landers. of the Quincy Era,
announcing that he was recently mar-
ried to Miss Edna Mosel), whose par-
ents live eight miles from Quincy.
The newly married couple spent
their honeymoon, during Christmas, at
Mr. Landers is well known In Ocala,
having been reared here. He learned
the printing business in this office and
has many friends here who will wish
for him every happiness in his mar-
As an indication of how active busi-
ness was at the Variety Stors, of which
Messrs. Marcus Frank and Thomas
Harris are th'e progressive proprietors,
Monday their tape records, made on a
adding machine, was twelve and a half
yards long. This machine is the prop-
erty of the firm and every sale made
In recorded with it. The tape with
Monday's sales marked thereon is now
displayed in the show window of the
Variety Store and is proving an ob-
ject of great Interest. If you have not
seen this remarkable record, call and
take a look at it.
Prof. J. H. Brinson, at the head of
the business department of Rollins
College, Winter Park. was in the city
today on his way to Eureka to look af-
ter her property there. Speaking of
tie vrnge crop at Winter Park, he
said that most of the crop had been
shipped, but that there were a few
growers who had held their crop for
a later shipment and he considered
that all oranges on the trees during
the recent cold snap were frozen, al-
though he did not think the trees were
injured. Speaking of Rollins College,
he said that the college had enjoyed'a
very prosperous season and there were
as many students going to school as
the college could conveniently care for.
Winto Park Is an loeal place for an
Institution of learning. Dr. Blackman,
the able and progressive president of
Rollins, is spending the week with the
state teachers at St. Augustine, of
which body he is ever a welcome vis-
Mr. Stephen Jewett recently lost his
bicycle and although he advertised in
the papers and searched the town for
it he could find no trace of the missing
wheel until he accidently saw it on the
sidewalk in front of Mr. J. A. Pitt-
man's store exposed for sale. He tolk
Mr. Pittman of his loss and was told
that if it was his wheel to take it.
The name of the party who sold the
bicycle to Mr. Pittman was learned.
He resides in Lake county. He was
sent official notice that unless he came
to Ocala and made reparation fir his
act the law would apply its compelling
power. He saw the point and came to
Ocala yesterday and settled with Mr.
In the Pullman that passed through
this city yesterday on train No. 39, was
a party of fourteen ladies of their way
to the attractive city of St. Peters-
burg .from Maine-. They will spend the
winter at that place.
Among the guests at the Ocala House
thief morning was Ex-Gov. C. R. Ay-
cock of Goldsboro, N. C., and one of
the most eloquent orators in this coun-
try. He was accompanied by W. C.
Munroe, of the same city and state.
They are here on legal business and
interviewed Judge Bullock in chambers.
Major Harrison, the gallant veteran
of Leesburg. who has been spending the
holidays with his children at York.
was In town this morning and made
the mouths of those who heard his
tale of Christmas feasting, water for
some of the wild game he enjoyed.
Large Assq~tment of Fancy Boxes
Just Received at
T. W. TROXLER'8.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
Harness factory and tannery, con-
veniently located. New buildings and
up to date machinery. Address, "Fac-
tory," care this paper.
A POPULAR EATING HOUSE
Mrs. Ellis Mathews is drawing all
of the old and many new customers
back to the Elk's Cafe. She under-
stands the art of feeding people.
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES
We are agents for the New Home
Sewing Machine and carry them in
stock. Call and see the machines and
get prices. Sold on time is preferred
Pitt-man & Son, the furniture men.
WANTED AT ONCE
A first-class turpentine woodsman.
Must be sober and industrious a"d
able to control labor to work a ride of
boxes. Single or married. Salary shall
be satisfactory. Address, at once; '.
W. Petteway, Dunnellon, Fla.
CAR OF MULES JUST RECEIVED
A car of fine mules have Just been
received by Patterson & Crutcher at
the Marion Farms Stables. Hear is
an opportunity for all to invest. Those
needing mules will do well to call and
inspect the stock.
A pair of two and a half year old
mules for sale. Broke to harness and
good workers. Apply to W. M. Gist,
PROOF PRE88 FOR SALE
The Star has a good, second-hand
proof press it vill sell cheap for cash.
Needs only a new blanket to be as
good as new, but it is too light for our
DISTINGUISHED DIVINE DEAD
Asheville, N. C., Dec. 28.'-Bishop A.
Coke Smith, of the Methodist Episco-
pal church, died last night, aged 67.
He was born at Lynchburg, C., in
1849, was graduated from Wofford Col-
lege at Spartanburg, and entered the
South Carolina conference.
He had been pastor at Cheraw. Co-
lumbia. Charleston and other cities,
and a member'of the faculties of Van-
derbilt and Wofford.
In 1902 he was elected a bishop.
If your lights are out, 'phone No. 300.
J. E. CHACE
Omce Upstairs, Commercital Bank Bld'e
ABOUT THE EYES
Your eyes are subject te as many
different defects as the body is to de-
formaties. Whereas it should be one
of the moot perfect organs of the body.
S. L ITTINGOIR & CO.
C. L. ine4wr and It. Rf. CTw I
P-F~ssrio ad Pv ubSe
Mr. Chas. L. Moore returned last
night from a visit to his daughter,
Mrs. M. I. Christie and family, at Plant
Mr. George Ross, for many years a
resident of Marion county, but for sev-
eral years a resident of Dunedin, at
which place he now owns a young
orange grovx- and Is superintendent of
a big one for other parties, was in the
city Wednesday on his way to Cotton
Plant to visit old friends. He said that
while they had had some severe cold
weather down his way that it had not
hurt the fruit trees or the fruit that
had not been gathered.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free. with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.
Supt. R. L. Turner, of Inverness, was
In town yesterday afternoon on his
way to St. Augustine. He was ac-
companied by four teachers, Misses-
Eva Baker and Lillie Robinson, of
Floral City, and Misses Nell Jackson
and Mamie Lund, of Inverness.
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
014 pair of gloves and see what a dif-
ference thp morning will bring. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Jim Mims, colored, was given a
hearing before Justice Bullock yes-
terday. He was tried for cutting Ex-
pressman Taylor Stroman, and was
fined $100 and costs or six months on
the hard road. Alonzo Woodford, col-
ored, was tried for beating his wife
and a fine of $25 and costs imposed.
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, c'onforms
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.
W. R. Lovett, of Rochester, N. Y.,
was in the city Wednesday. Mr. L.
is the representative of the manufac-
turing firm of Likely & Co., Rochester,
makers of trunks, hand bags, etc. Mr.
Lovett was a resident of Ocala 18
years ago and clerked in the seed store
of J. B. Sutton, who died not long ago
in Manatee county. Mr. L.. who was
at that time a mere lad, has grown
into a fine looking man. and as this Is
his first visit to Ocala since that time
he sees many im provements.
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
Professor Hathaway of the Eustis
school, stopped over in this city yes-
terday on his way to St. Augustine to
the state teacher's meeting.
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 contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs. Guard your health by
refusing any but the genuine. Sold by
The Salvation Army in Jacksonville
fed 800 poor people Christmas day in
that city. Over 100 baskets were filled
with good things for the needy, hungry
egia Tsh a 0-mutri- I owa2
aad Your Cure Beigs Today
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It Vitalted Moecinal Food Prop
dts are Ver Qulckiy Bealt.
Ia BrtinL c Health, Coor to as
Cheeks of the Pal* and Sallow.
In Producng 8trugth to the Weak. t
the Feeble and the Invalid.
In Toning up the System of Ceavales
eents from Exhaustin Diseases,
la Cleansng the ntve System.
Is Nouriiang tire Worot.
In Rounding Out the Thl, Peake*
Paees of ClUdrw
In BDtUllyn up on their Uttle Bodies
the Deslrabl Pink and White Flesh. and
In Dottlng thler cheeks with the Pretty
Color and Dimples that mak* Mothe's
toa a Lntde be all Dia Jjmes CaUsed by
wpe ewe t C sad WAt.
To prove It MedldO l soed MPult a
Trial Bottle Free by Mall
Wil be sent ca request. Write by Iett
er postal card to
Ogmutlson Co., 91 PIre S. Rev Tork.
41i Drucgs Two -Tw s1e-40a. and c
THE MOST ACCEPTABLE
FOR OLD & YOUNG
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PICTURES EAMSUE a
Framed or unframed.
U. S. Commissioner D. S. Williams
acted the good Samaritan yesterday
In giving two penniless women money
to get to St. Augustine and friends.
Dr. Blackiston called on a doctor
yesterday for the first time in his
twenty year's residence in Ocala.
Mr. Frank Sam Ecn, the extensive
Boardman orange grower, was in the
city today. He said most all the fruit
in his section had been shipped before
the cold spell.
Mr. M. D. Turnlpseed of Dunnellon
paid the Star a call last night and
made us glad three times.
.Mr. C. C. Stevens, of Berlin, was in
town Wednesday to meet his grandson,
Mr. Ernest C. Rawls, who now has a
position with the S. A. L. railroad at
Marianna. Mr. S. said that the public
school at Fellowship had a very en-
joyable Christmas tree Monday night
and the young people were made hap-
py. as also were the older ones.
Will Foster, colored, while out hunt-
ing near Martel the other day found a
fine bird dog with a collar on but no
name on It.
A letter from Mr. J. B. Curton, the
piano man, who with Mrs. Curton is
now at Greenwood, S. C., says that the
weather is fearfully cold and that Mrs.
Curton will hurry to Ocala to get warm
again. We are in hopes that the cold
weather will be a thing of the past
ere she reaches the city.
Center Tables in Mahogany, Golden Oak,
Mission finishes-Old English, Antwerp,
Also Cdnrs art packers
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 comprehensive line ot Reception Chairs, and
Rockers, in Oak, Willow and Leather, that one could want
to see. Also a pretty line for the children, from 5ke t $4 eat
You should not furnish your dining room until youthave
seen our Tables, in round or square, in any finish, but par-
ticularly pretty in the Golden Oak and Mission.
Handsome Sidebads, Biffets, arl UM Cosets
in the different and pretty finishes.
Chairs, Art Squares. and a complete
imported China Sets. A new line of
styles of Dining
of domestic and,
Parlor and Hall Lamps That Are Very Attractive.
Tilet Sets and Jaritners.
N4civer & NIcw
The House Furnishers,
MARTEL TWENTY-FIFTH IN
Interesting Christmaf Exercises HeldMORE TROUBLE
at the Schoolhouse Monday Night Its Getting to be the Fashion in El
The Martel Sunday school Christ- Reno to Blame Everything .on
ma" tree held at the schoolhouse Mon- That Unlucky Regiment
day night was beautifully and artis- El Reno, Okla.. Dec. 28.-A negro
tically arranged, end was heavily laden soldier salted Mr. T. S. Cffor
with presents for all the members of wife of a prominent phycand Mrs. T. near
the Sunday school and for the citizens wife of a prominent physician, near
the Sunday school and fore ens the railroad station here late yeter-
generally of the town. The services a
were opened 'with a prayer by the Rev. dreds are searching for the fu-
Hundreds are searching for the fu-
W. A. Weir, the retiring pastor. There gitive and threats of lynchlng are be-
was appropriate and interesting reci- ing made.
stations by a flfmber of the pupils, after Mrs. Clifford nd her sister were at
which the presents were distrilnited tempng to pass the negro soldier,
by the genial A. W. Goodwin. many- of whot e name is not known, but who is
which were usefuland valuable as well of the twenty-fifth regiment, when he
Ias ornamental. The faithful and ef- oe iybbed rt. Cifford t bout
ficient superintendent M. Bryan. the waciously grabbed thre Cliford about
presented by him to Misses Nannie until a late hour.
te gro until a late hour.
Brooks. Nancy Tucker and Master He was In uniform and must return
Bobble Bryan. to Port Reno or become a deserter.
The inmates of Swiss Cottage re-
ceived valuable presents from friends This Will Interest Dyspptle
at Martel, Miami, Ocala, Jacksonville,
Quincy. Wekiwa Springs and Odum, The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will
Ga., for which they return thanks. give you back 60 cents purchasingg
Every prominent family of Martel price) if Tyner' Dyspepsia Remedy
has had visitors from far and near alls-to relieve or cure dyspepsia or
during the holidays and a season of indigestion, or their symptoms bad
festive glory has prevailed, amirst breath, bad dreams foul taste, constl-
bountiful reports of turkey, quail, sa- pat hawking, spttin acid or gas
age, head cheese, spare ribs, backbone, on the stomach, doly spells, heart
etc. flutter, pains in the stomach, side or
Jno. L. Smi h, of Berlin, has opened back, extreme nervousness, belching.
a fine stock of goods at Martel and Tyner's Dyspepina Remedy cures when
is now a citizen of this thriving little all else fails, don't be discouraged.
town. We welcome him among us, as It strengthens weak stomachs. The
it is said that "competition is the life of star of hops for all dyspeptics. Cure
trade. the worst cases. Druggists or by ex-
The many friends of James Holly, press, 0oc. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore%
who has been the leading and all round .Call or write.
clerk at J. B. Brooks' store, regret
that business arrangements make t ntil January al prices on
necessary for him to sever his connec-
tjon with Mr. Brooks. His genial and Cut Glass and China
aconinodating manners made him the at the Postofflce Drugstore.
favorite of all Aiio came in contact
with him. WOOD, WOOD
We have on hand several hundred
i' ^ ^ cords of seasoned stove and fireplace,
wood, pine and oak. Send in your or-
der. Gee. Giles & Co.
A Big Load for $1
C g. Backache, cold hands and feet. rheu-
matism, and kindred ailments, caused
bye Improper action of the kidneys
yield readily to a short treatment of
]D '12 C- 7w ZIw^T T] DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.;
r': a- C-ll l
p__" ice 7::'"-- .
In Golden GOk, BIrMvW",
of Bras Beds of all tsq eil -ll antS
Pretty DrOming Tablh a oid B
finishes. A ,
Gentlemen's Office Tables and AiaWT:
Sectional Book Cases, plain anMd
Cases. Music Cabinets in Oaki am'ui
Laie adS,1 Sn" M M if,
Pretty Bathroom Mirrors, MicnI
Whatnota, Ladies' Work Bakewi a
Handsome sets of Harness ll
Suit Cases, all sizes and shai, from the
finest made. Trunks of all styles and kI~t
prices. We also have a most atztootw siv 3 6
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a l Portere a Lmd e Cr taie.
Mantle, Table Soarfs, and Fire Screens in all of
the beautiful makes.
The Largest ad Pretlest Line o Rgfs
of all sizes and finish, Art Squares in all weaves and sizes,
and at different prices; Mattings, Linoleums, Etc.
ELEGANT DINING TABLES, LIBRARY AND
, ; .
The finest line to select from in the
If in this List you do not find:'
want, inquire for it, as thi tis
partial list of what we carty.
Cholct Candies, ro, ECMI
Fa'iLine o ff Pbpadar B -
Come in and enjoy a cold drink or aWr "
the electric fans. Don't forget the pbmo .^.. .
Next to Munroe & Ch'mbttlui ,'- '
ott oi the F loitwe BMl --- 1-" Q ,n .W<'.J
aue hem to tay ad satay l g
ftae bargains to ofier i fJIJ1Ubi Jdatf
kind of HOUSE F9U I. RIISiuw s
Ort holiday Ifte i CisIc ani
many rare bargains in- Wmdlra^ow-Ig
us a caI and we win sve ye Tmmy
A. PITTMAN &kU
General Machine & RpAiRSh6
Aie Well Equipped With the Most Skilled Merwmal a nd' Lt i
chinery and Teols for Doing at Shet. I lII bllmftd
LIGHT TURNING, FITTING. PIPE CUTTI"Mr TH3MEAOMS-
Tickets for the first attraction of the
lyceum course will be on sale at Allen
Bridges' Monday morning, and holders
of season tickets can have the same re-
served. The first attraction of the
son will be the Aerial Quartet, Jan. 2.
at the armory.
NO STORE n Fltora Preleb a -r beaMr, in. a tirgw f mlr
meber od Ie family or ayme of fryew, sam U t-a1 4
buytog paeqb et soi W wi be ket ad# m le E
las, nd make your skdeOs.
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J. C. BOOZER. AeLt. Manager
I!.. *LrTC"s manager.
S% 0G0EO. J. BULITCH. Teller.
The Strong -Hold the
S Has Upon Publio Confidence is Kvidenced by Its Larg
and lucreaaing Business
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Cases, China, and
else pertaining to I
the old and young,
SAll or goods ar
Slain oge-,taU yol
& "istouigue one-thirc
fF^ j i ^ H Every nosehas it
// J ^cold room. Aormal
conditions, ftdequei t
^^ |furac eaotersutin SOB
part of the house being cold and c
Scan make hom warm and chrful
0 l Heat
S(Equipped win Smke
Carry it about fromiroom to room. Turn i
daM* Smokes device prevents sokej
"I a- ien. All parts easily eaned. Bras
L as Hps *4 -q~u arfts( oT oil and buTr 9 f
& heatTw finis ms^-okk and japan Hands
Every beater warranted. If not at you
Dearest agency for uesarptive circular.
^& *^ ^y< cn buy.
b9fght Steady ight at loweSt
*MOtOrb aut m& nickel plated. Suite
wWether library. dialft-room, pWIor
ad sati factory. Every lap we
DO~ rst ag*cy If not at yOw "
Umbrella JaM at Cond-o's
Spencer's Bakery, phone 3S2.
Fans at Condon's. 10c. to $7-
Japanese plaques at Ocala Music Co.
There were- twenty-eight arrivals at
the Montezuma yesterday.
All kinds of goods for the holidays
at the Ocala News Company.
W. M. Foxwortb, of Belleview. was
a guest of the Mon'.ezuma yesterday.
'Phone 100 if your lights are out of
J. A. Koons and wife, of Mount Ver-
non. Ill., are guests at the Ocala House.
Manicure sets up to $42. Ocala
Mr. Lee Stafford returned yesterday
from a business trip to Tampa.
Green Springs natural mineral water
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
There were thirty-six arrivals at the
Ocala House yesterday.
C. D. Dennis of Gainesvlle was a
guest of the Ocala House yesterday.
Today was Mr. and Mrs. E. IA Ma-
loney's silver wedding anniversary.
Mr. James Buckalew, of Jamestown,
N. J.. is in the city to spend the winter.
Mr. F. W. Ellison, of Anthony, was a
business visitor to the city today
Mrs. George L Taylor is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Nixon, at Gainesville.
See those handsome dining tables,
sideboards and hall racks at Melver &
- ev r Mrs. S. A. Nell. of Micanopy is In tl
Sthe city the guest of her sister, Mrs.
W. D. Graham.
pTresents for We have a complete line of drug- o
gist's sundries and drugs. The most F
up-to-date !n the city. Tydings & Co.
H. Wallace and wife, of Hartford, c
Conn., are among the recent arrivals V
at the Ocala House. k
9' Until January 1st special prices on
Cut Glass and China
at the Postofflce Drugstore. t
O The Boston Store people are busy o
packing up goods in preparation for s
3O moving January lst. h
Dc BGreen Springs natural mineral water
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, by t
the glass, gallon or carboy. t
L. B. Wright, of Anthony, was in the ]
4 1 city today and paid this office a very
S. i ked pleasant call.
We want your prescription business
have o .and are better prepared than ever to
h v HAV O 0 take care of It. Tydings & Co.
.. T. H. Hurschmsn and. wife, of Tam-
o Oth Of y Pdined at the Ocala House yester-
F. M. Harp, the Citra turpentine op-
erator, dined at- the Ocala House yes-
Until J&nuary 1st special prices. on
a thenT Cut Glass an4 China
fat the Postoflce Drugstore.
S TR i Free fertilizer can be had at the D.
W. TQmpkiAs Uvery Stable by calling
'for the sa 'e. .. .
"X Anew line, of iron toas. nearly obe
hundred different patterns and iny
price desired. at Mc.ver & Macikry.
H eJ. W. w ard, of Floral City, a well
H e a t known naval stores operator, is in the
Ro m s COW FOR SALE-.FIne Milker, with
R o os young calf. Broken to lead and tie.
Price, $50, spot cash. E. C. Smith.
Wmn. L. Door and wife; of Federal
d icM ly Point, were guests of the MOntetuma
Until January 1st special prices on
Cut Glass and China
at the Postoffice -Drugstore.
t Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton have
e stove or ^returned from a -visit to Mrs. Hamp-
e particular "0 ton's parents at Arcadia. --
vith the Mr. R. G.. Blake is slowly improving,
N and his friend hope he will soon be
['][O N^ entirely recovered.:
Mr. Wooiward, of Martel, an,- in-
Sterested in the lumber business there,
er was In the city today.
leSS Devie) i Mrs. Vance Weathers and her attrac-
Ick high or low-there's no tive sister, Miss Bobble Harrison, of
and smelL Easy to oprte Leesburg. were in town today.
s oil fount beautifully em-
wlum. Gives intes" S Mr. Crutcher. of the stock dealing
Lse, usefulre e firm of Patterson & Crutcher. went to
s de w..t our Jacksonville yesterday on business.
Mr. Lee Cox is in the city spending a
Is thebestk few days with his mother. Mrs. W. S.
for all-round Pike.
Im* ehotd use
burwr, iv ^Mr. M W. Ulmer, of LA.rgo, a well
iiMet of ay Sknown naval stores operator, is at the
orbedrooa. S te JI Ocala House.
jras; d writa -t AL "*
> .Mr. Lee Stafford. who has Just re-
turned from Tampa, saw a light fall
l--P E^ of snow there th. ether daV
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and
daughter went down to Woodmar yes-
*rday afternoon to spend a week at
heir cottage there.
Mrs. S. D. McKean and granddaugh-
er, of Saruasota. have been the guests
f Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R McKean on
'ort King avenue for several days.
H. S. Wilson, head of the Wilson
presss Co., Palatka, died in New York
Wednesday. He was one of the best
known business men of this section
f the state.
News has been received in Ocala of
he death of Mr. L. G. Lee at Dos An-
reles, California. Me was the husband
)f Miss Ada Nelson, formerly of Ocala
nd the daughter of John Nelson, the
In the Leroy case before Judge Bell
oday the judge discharged Fred Car-
er, colored, and bound Isaac Solomon
over in the sum of $200. Carter was
he one that was so badly cut.
Por Inet uU* uu Chilkn
The KM You live Mwsjs 3Bt(
Ulgzatmm" of 4Z-4.
Mr. C. H. H. Dame Is In receipt of an
Invitation to be present at a reception
to be given by the Archer camp of
the Woodmen of_ the World, which
camp Mr. -Dame organized three months
ago. This camp is in a flourislling
condition and Is going to have a
fine- time Dec. 31st. the date of the
Miss Nellie Hooper, after spending
Christmas in this city with her sister,
Mrs. J. P. Moorhead, returned to her
duties as school teacher in Jackson-
Mr. Albert Owens tende-red is num-
erous friends a smoker at his home
last night. It was a very enjoyable af-
fair and everybody had a good time.
Rev. IU W. Moore and family left
over the Seaboard yesterday for Tam-
pa, where he will have charge of the
Tampa Heights church for the ensuing
J. W. Ward Jr., the Floral City tur-
pentine magnate was in town today.
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 01
North First street, facing the govern-
ThebittUtrw llaa woa's ifeIs iato
bed c lIS. Who c tll hbow hard ut
struggke bav mbae n ee e she learnt to
rasg 1to haelo ylot? Theab-
ence of this link-to bind marital life
together, the abiSi of this me pledge
9o mutual afeeemm .1 a common diap-
poAntmeO Many mfor ate couples
becoe etragedthereby. Even if they
do not drift fpart om may read the whole
Extent f their dalappnintment in the eyes
ot cha h couple when they rest
on the eldren of others. To them Xhe
large familydoes not sam too numerous.
lh many case of barrenness or child-
om Um obstacle to child-bearing is
easily rmo1ed by the cure of weaknemss on
the paut of the woman. Dr. Pierce's Fa-
vorite Prescription has been the means of
,restoring health and fruitfulness to many
a barren woman, to the great joy of the
household. In other, but rare cases, the
obstruction to the bearing of children has
been found to be of a surgical character,
but easily removable by painless operative
treatment at the Invalids' Betel and Sur-
gical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., over which
Dr. Pierce of the "Favorite Prescription
fame presides. In all cases where chll-
i dren are desired and are absent, an effort
should be made to find out the real cause,
since it Is generally so easily removed by
In all the various weaknesses, displace
ments, prolapsus. inflammatlon and de-
bilitating, catarrhal drains and in all
cases of nervousness and debility, Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the most
efficient remedy that can possibly be used.
It has to its credit hundreds of thousands
of cures--more in fact than any other
remedy put up for sale throh druggies,
especially for woman's use. The Ingredi-
enta of which the 'Favorite Prescription "
Is composed have received the most
positive endorsement from the leading
medical writers on Materia Medicoa of all
the several schools of practice. All the
Ingredients are printed in plain English
on the wrapper enclosing the bottle, so
that any woman making use of this
famous medicine may know exactly what
she is taking. Dr Pierce takes his pa-
Uents into his full confidence, which he
can afford to do as the formula after
which the *Favorite Prescription" is
made will bear the mont careful exam-
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are to
bst a&d safety laave for women.
ELEVATOR HAS ARRIVED
The elevator of electric motor for
operating same have arrived for the
Holder block -and -will be placed in
pastit _early net week.
MOORHCAM ETWV8FR*TW ,
Mr. J. B. Modrhiead(vebtve a lA
fro irthe Fe-deral [ veiv*i* t th
mwuua for his i rve Ii- :Ourveylt
and making oans iaod blue print-oCt
the government lot.-
MR. DITTO :UY" PROPERTY.
Mr. Frank W. Ditto, the 4eva -tate
man, has purchpaseid thrie .ottafes,
one three-room and two tour-rooms,
from- Mr.- J. Starr Sternberser,. in the
western part of the city. Them cot-
tages were the -last of the Sternbrgerm
holding in this city.: ,
SFRUE WITH YOUR MEAL:-
An Evening Star i6 read, and take;
away with you free, with your meals'
at Keatilng's cafe.
Chaperoned by their charming- hoe-
tess, Mrs. Charles J. PhUllps, Mim
Mixon, Miss- MeClaugherty and Mi-
Bailey left' this morning for 5t. Augus-
tine, Jacksonville -1and other points Of.
interest. 0 their return to Oala neat
week they w*l be joiedt y Miss IdaL
Thomas, of St. Petersburg, wlto will be
the guest of Miss Mxon.
The remains ot Mr. A. 0. Farris were
brought to Ocala yesterday from Jack-
sonville, accompanied -by his son,
Judge I. L. Farris and J. D.- Fatris of
Inglis. The remains were buried in
the old cemetery. -
Until. January 19t spela) prices od-
40 Qless and ChiM,.
at the Poatoface rPMugstore..
Master Joseph Bender of St. Peters-
burg, camn up this afternoon to enjoy
a visit with his uncle. Mr. Ben Borden.
Dr. Reves' and wife of Inverness.
passed through' the city today on their
way home from VaJdosta, where they
spent Christmas with friends.
Mrs. Sage. of Lakeland, Is in the
city on a visit to her son, Mr. ClaM.
Dr. A. Mclntosh,. of Hickory, N. C.,
father of Mrs. D. Mclyer, of this
city, reached Ocala in time to eat his
Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
D. E. Mclver. He will passthe winter
here and may locate permanently.
Judge L L. Farris, wife and two in-
teresting boys, who have been In the
city several days, guests of the Mont-
Will be Establish!Med at thae t d 0 w
Oceupi by the f
The Boot= Store, whicU b0 bew
doing business on.-the coi "of the
Holder block, will not mioe Its e-
tire bslness to Newport NeV, but
wiii dpen a branch tore *l th relTo
to be vacated by the F1-6 on the we-
side of the courthouse *Are. 91i
will be pleasant nsa to .the mWa
friends and patrons oi t i hoomee.
The Boston Store has many hUndreds
of friends in "this city ani county. and
many of them have asked Mr. and Mr.
Handlesman to remain Lere. abd when
*hat was found imricticable tO at
least operate a branch store l3 Ocaa.
This they have consented to do and'
with the opportunity presenting itself
to secure this excellent at-d tthey
have done so.
Mrs. Handlesman will spend ba win-
ters in Ocala and both she and Mr. B.L
will be here half of their time. They
will be close to the great markets at
Newport News. Va., and will be in a
position to secure many bargains to
ship down to the Ocala store. The
people of this section can rest assured
that the store maintained here will
be up to date and as good as the one
that is now being closed, which has
been so popular and met with such
A DELIGHTFUL LAUNCH PARTY
Dr. and Mrs. Blalock gave a launch
party to their visiting friends yester-
day. They went down the Silver
Springs run In Clark's launch and then
went to the Brown House, where a
delightful lunch was partaken of. All
were delighted with the trip and the
hospitality of the host and hoste.
The following named people- were in
the party, viz: Dr. and Mrs. Blalo&k,
Mr. and Mis. Walker. Master Joe Wal-
ker, Miss L. M. Humann, Mrs. Charlis
Schneider, Miss Elsie SoWlaerr, MI,
Mary- Bull. Miss Ulan Thagard. M1.
Felix Schneider, Mr. J. P. Richardson
and Mr. C. Richardson.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
With local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarr
is a blood on constitutlomal dinsa,
and in order, to cure it you must tak
internal medicines. Hall's Catarrt
Cure is taken internally apd U&f di-
rectly on the blood and mueousa ur-
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure tois nt a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this coun-
try for years and Is a regular prescrip-
tion. It is composed of the best tonics
known, combined .ith the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mu-
cous surfaces. The prtsect combab -
tion of the two ingredients In what pro-
ducea such wonderful results in qw-
Ing Catarrh. Send for tetmola
free. F. J. CIIANXIt & CO,
Proprietors, Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggistp. price, 76c. Take
Hairs Family Pills for constipation.
I ave boIaht the wo dv** Mimetisi between 0O
odwa"y. and eava a stook of grwe- and dry astw
pine. or m ied. as deired. Ab ig to1d eI'g slr
I cash. Call at the yarda or 'pha
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on. foC- am CowL
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mete, act -
sonvill, are the guests 6 t e latter'*
pareMts, Mr. aCd Mrs. I 3. Tonge.
Mrs. Me.t who has bee= a wms u-
feer for nearly a year. has b tW Ire*
- albod r health.
puff begs niB-busbesam h e*
e- khai broes, naflw r .
rosewood aasceU'Wiels =I.a ... W ,
brooms, iand all Ote oilet ar
A beautiful llne to select from. m
dins. Co.. &
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For dyspeia or ly.
Oreen Sprm S 'nl wst, A7
the Ati-Mofopoly toi .Utip
from the aroe, 'a.
mffnge. -. ..---^,s-. -^ -' ^ -.
Do not tan for Cbr tfati ft a,
bottle of RoWerWl NatwUal luwIi'r.
futas at the APinMelt 9 '
store .Sweet violet, the ar>oiS2 er,
also wild cherry budf.
Mrs 0. MI Gal* and 4a~du* at
Belleviee, who have been 8r dW
Mr. and MAs. Ed Ftsyermuthm rturned
Rev. Dr. Aldimoik wt "e sod at"ra-
tive Uttle daagbtar. aruive tWe oftr
noon crom Orsando and to;* BO--Inn
of the Methodist parsemiajo where
they found a large delemOs o lad-@
who hav, been busy as be- aS day t
putting the paramong e ordw and
fixing a me edible receptom.
FOR SALD-A lot Of s;mpervaiey
now houeod goods; 4 bed ovom me
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WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Them deofaCou hSy p thatwitton thelf
bowels, and thus atist in expelling cottl from theM
is now and original in Kennedy's Lazativ ,
Hoyand Tar. Nearly all other cough cures are
tin, especially tbose containing Opiatme.
Kemnedy's Laxative Homy and Tar m=ee tmhe
bowel, mtains no Opi&ag. (|
A certain, safe and armess remedy for all ', I
Cougha odW. Croup. Wbooping Cough. La Grippg. fIWE
Bronchitis. Influenza and aN Ljog and Bronchial -
afwfomM~thmpmhe the cbddrWs wavrite. XXWKal
Kenoedy's Laxative Homey and Tar.
Cough Syrup TXR
Pispar i tke Z mF t Wey &Go C. DeW&TT s CO., CUICAGO, V. S.
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STINIIL SAYSS HUOiM
. feb ttW Phfnao* epie Trot Maim N"t GMte of Georgia46M e 110" a" Had
mais.M ti om .a Thsemi Par M re. T.en No ,am.
R at teI i "' Atlanta. Dee. 28.-Mom. Cbhr- -
& a New York, Dec. 8.-The extent of caltief were reported y.tudm. t
Sthe tribute paid to the Standard OU J. C. Caldw U of TaytorvU near
ar cd Co. by the people of Anwm ca because Sti rborm, committed samide Wedae-
S 3f that corortl&oan's monopoly on pe- day mring by b sboaf. No ae
troleum products and the means pur- known.
sued by the RockeUler interests to Harvie Mangnes of Mineral af. g
*A maintain that supremacy were confess- comnltted suacide with a 9RVoW
Ted an oat by hh official (of the Christmas day. He left a family. -
Pi m ibtm -d 01 Co. Th little daughter of J. C. Ha u j
^H The astounding revelations were at East Newnan was bunsd todeth~
m brought to light by the probe of At- Christmas by her dres catching fr.
M- --l tourney General Hadley. of Missouri, Sherry Brannon, 10 years old, of Bu-
who is seeing to forfeit the charters faula, Ala., was setting off fireworks
Sfor doing business In his state of the Christmas night when a rom can odle
dy S tnadard Oil Co. and the Republic Oil struck him In the forehead, *oi0kivg
SCo. him down. HIM head struck a curbing
J. A. Moffat. director of the Stand- and his neck was broken.
m ard Oil Company, of New Jersey. and Sheriff Rogers at Hawkinsvlle. Ga,.
President of the Standard Oil Corn- shot and '"lled Luther Morris, a ne-
Sm pany, of Indiana, was asked this ques- gro, who was resisting arrest Morris
tion: was wanted for the murder of 3te!'a
t "What Is the cot of producing a Flanders by cutting her throat. t
Wht-s h csto podl
- gallon of refined oilr' Harry Hargrove. aged 22. was shot
"That is what you will have to go and Instantly killed at Irntmon In a
into figures on," was the evasive re- quairrel with John Groover Burch yes-
ply. terday afternoon. Both are prominent-
S "That is what we Intend to do," In- ly connected.
mS L sisted the attorney general. "At the Go.ng home from a Christmas tree
S~ m Whiting refinery, for example, Is not celebration last night. Wilson M. Mor- (
Sthe coat from two to three cents a ley, a Chattahoochee county farmer.
Sg gallon aged 32 years, placed & revolver at his
S "I think that is rather excessive," head directly behind the ear, pulled the
Conceded the witness. A cent or cent trigger and shortly afterwards was a
and a quarter a gallon would prot- corpse. Mystery envelope s the suicide.
S, ably cover It." aa there is no known cause for the
Mr. Moffat maid that the Republic deed. .
Oil Company had been organized to
purchase the Independent oil firm of THAT'S IT.
S Soofleld. Schurmer and Teagle, who Cough yourself into a fit of spasms
were refiners and distributors of oil and then wonder why you don't get
over Ohio, Indiana, Nebraska, Missouri, well. If you will only try & bottle of
Illinois and Kansas. As president of Balla-d's Horehound Syrup your cough
the Standard Oil Company of Indiana, will oe a thing of the past. It is a
Mr. Moffat had dictated who should be poEitive cure for coughs, influenza,
head of the pseudo-independent corn- bronchitis, and all pulmonary diseases.
pAny. One bottle will convince you-at your
"Was there ever a time,'" asked Mr. druggists, 25c., 50c. and $1 Sold by the
Hadley, "from the organization of the Anti-Monopoly drug store.
Republic Oil Company when Its offi-
cers were not located in No. 26 Broad- FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
way, and when its officers were not An Evening Star to read and take
employes of the Standard Oil Co?" away with you free, with your meals,
'4No time that I know of," was the at Keating's Cafe.
Passed Examination Successfully FOR SALE
A Fine Ten-Room House
Same Donahue, New Britain. Conn,
writes: "I tried several kidney reme- Will sell my fine residence in the
dies, and was treated by our best phy- first ward. It is a two-story, ten-room
alclans for diabetes, but did not im- house and has a bath and all modern
Prove until I took Foley's Kidney Cure. Improvements, large lot. at a price that
U m After the second bottle I showed im- will Interest buyers. Price and term
^TM *provement, and five bottles cured me reasonable to a responsible buyer. Anm
completely. I hi.ve since passed a rigid leaving the city the cause of the sale
E R Texamination for life insurance." Fo- Apply to M. Handelsman at the Bos-
YE A R S ley's Kidney Cure cures backache and ton Store, Ocala. Fla.
all forms of kidney and bladder troub-
I e. Sold by all drugglsts. BIG0 STOCK OF WATCHES
l o e U o DtTHE ELK'S CAFE I have the best line of watches to
a_. I codutt i select from of any house In Central
Mrs. Ellis Mathews Is conducting a Florida. Watches for ladles and men,
R IT O- first class eating house In the Elk's and for any price; also any design or
1. I T WX te and M d la rapidly building up a fine size. Come in and Inspect the line.
.buslne. A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE BUSINESS FOR SALE
A splndid family driving bores and A splendid, well established and pay-
N ^m vwmv buggy and harness for sale. Apply to ing business for sale. For particulars
1L 'ILIN|| M. aHanGeman at the Boston Store. apply to F. W. Ditto.
I rR UAR BOARDERS MAILING MACHINE FOR SALE
S Can find a comfortable, homelike hotel The Star has a good mustang mailer
r^ i : -" and a congenial lot of people, at Col. and about thirty galleys to match that
Shipmaa's Monteuama hoteL it will sell cheap for cash. The mailer
*- *and galleys are In good order, some of
GOOD YOUNG MARE FOR SALE the galleys never having been used.
J, ,Very gentle, will work anywhere. $140. The increase of our subscription list
. .C. Smith, at Ocla Furniture Co. requires the use of a more rapid mi-
f ^ f 'chine, therefore we wish to sell the
SILVER TABLE WARE one now In use.
\ I have on display a splendid line of W ar d a m .
sterling silver knives, forks and spoons. e are nsplayina a magnificent line
You are cordially Invited to come in k. screens a cl siaes, styl. and
and se the good, makes, Mclver & MacKay.,
'M*^^***^***'"^^*^A. zE. Burnott the Jeweler. ._-
A. BurnetttheJwer. Wood, wood. Order your stove wood
FOR RENT from B. H. Seymoir. Phone 186.
TOR RENTA^ ^ Don't wait untill freezing weather.
TO O ALA A seven-room house in fourth ward.
Apply to G. A. Carmlchael. Gold beads at Condon's.
Top aw d om bs-'o
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*" CONGRESS WITH ROOSEVELF --
enCe n the ODieharge of the Negro Troops- a1
But Against Him in the San am
C o Atlanta, Dec. 8.--aSonaeor Ar S. Ctly nil
C O says that the United States Senate Is "T haveobo-tv-Inm Cas'art fn"" TIom oIa. with
W!, La 1 hutxt, t-.tn aftlcted fur over twenty y,-w.3,
almost unanimously with the presi- andy I can say thatcascarets have gtven i m=ore,
dent In his stand as to the shooting ,. .h ._rccrrn Ihevered.
mhn~i --tp, r y recrrrrenid them to my ft.earaa as hr.
up of the town of Brownsville, Texas, b.ug ai t..e arr rvepresentea."
OCALA, by the negro soldiers. lie thinks the TLoe. Oi1ard. 1igin. IlL to
mLOI Vm A- h6use of representatives stands the B r th
Saneo way and feels confident that the 4T efBor t i
president's attitude in the matter will The bowels K
BB" be entirely sustained by Congress. to
rU^| f Jf -On the olJier hand, he says, In his = LV^U M C/ M1
Rt opinion. Congress is Just as strongly W I
against the president In the matter of CANiDY A
t 8an Francisco school trouble, In th
which the Japanese children are In- M
volved. He says the government ought
S not to interfere with California in this s-ant Palatable Po' TastGood DoGood T
emer Sicken,.Weaken or Gripe, lee. ne.he. leave,
matter and does not think any Inter- sol ft bnlk. The ennitabi s tampM co.
Sw ic ll be permitted by Conge.uarauedtocure or armoneye Ile
erence will be permitted by Congress. terling Remedy Co., Chicago or .Y.
CHILDREN ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOeES TP1
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 healthxcondition.
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.
T~hd..b lkAt mbum
Our winter stock of rugs, art squares
Mrs. 0. Hilder and little daughter
re visiting the former's parents, Mr.
id Mrs. S. L. Griggs, of this plame
Miss Mary McBeath, who has for
he past five months been teaching at
iocria, Fla., returned home Saturday
Mr. Alfred Caruthers, who has for
ie past few months been keeping
eoks at Tiger Bay, Is home on a visit
Mr. Lee Stupp. who has been for
.e past three weeks keeping books at
night, returned home last Sunday.
Mr. Charlie Barnett and wife of Dut-
n, are visiting Mrs. Barnell's parents,
r. and Mrs. Caruthers.
Mr. Bert Smith accompanied by his
ife and brother Roy. went to An-
ony Sunday to spend Christmas with
re. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Ernest Smith of Coleman was
We regret the loss of our faithful
id earnest teacher, Prof. T. J. Me-
eath, who will move to Island Grove
rot. McBeath has been in our midst
r the past three years and as a
acher has given perfect satlsfWtlia
nd he Is highly esteemed by a&L
Sunday morning at eleven o'clock
r. John Smith and Miss Elsie Griggs
rove to Wildwood ani were united in
marriage. Rev. C. C. Kilgore, offeiat-
g. The groom is one of Oxford's
oat promising young men and is very
ghly thought of by all, while the fair
rung bride is one of Oxford's most
ghly accomplished young ladles and
loved by her friends. Mr. and Mrs.
nith left Monday for Ocala, where
-- .atl a.-A dk4i.. f^w with r.e.-
more than you
It's heavier inyo
,- . ,* : .' i^ -x s
than on the s"2
t. d s -- ,'- fc '
etoDifstY. ou Ctd~
put up in
You 40. ,o
suet and ini ,t In th-t toh
vegetable oil. It yourself if y- ,
is neutral in taste lard wheA y w
Is a grfat medicine for c-I-"
in a mild gentle bmoei, yt
on their cheeks, ad nldum-
fA A r,
-U- I E* ~
Ar %tI ll
HARRY & CLARESON. orGt i.
Lard is a fc
-~ ,~- *r
had the st imsch of an ostrich you
could hardly withstanA the ravages of
lard-soaked pastry. You have probably
found this out and already given up
the eating of pastry. 'Tis wholly
-nT1eceswsryl Anyone can eat and
digest food cooked with CoWowe the
perfect shortening. It is a pure vege-
table product, made from the best beef
LEASED FOR TEN
Beet Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in F
Clean and Well lrnislied Roomni an
V. J. SHIPMAN, PRO]
A CAR OF
THE BESTr *Vh BROUGHT
The material is all righ
It builds the best I
It is sold re
G3Mr OAID ?WaZL
A I I oop
Nature's ,Gift from the .
Mother !- .
Look out for your &LS
Health while d ewy ar. i
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