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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: December 29, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03004
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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YVdume 10, Number 174.


OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 19H.


EVAPORATED PEACHES, THIRD TERM FOR TEDDY
APRICOTS AND APPLES


Sliced Dried Beef and Bacon in jars,
Pineapple Cheese,
California Prunes, 20.30s,
Maple Syrup in qt. botti,,
Bishop & Co.s' Pure Jellies and Honey
Holland Herring,
Mint Sauce and Glace Prunes,
Anchovy and Bloater Paste,
Shelled Almonds.


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SCases, China, and

else pertaining to p

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SSaturday, Dec


A Monday,


All our goods are

plain figures, all you

Sis to figure one-third

V marked prices.


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JUST


A League Has Been Formed to Forct
the Norminaton on Him Despite
His Promises


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A nice line of Cut Glass and


Silverware.


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MUSIC


CASHED IN HIS CHECKS W. H
Sudden Death of Andrew J. Cassatt. Wholesale and R
S President of the Pensylvania Grade Whiskies
Railroad System ies, Fine
1 t' nii ',i;d hti.t. [t.v" 2.:.--A nf lr(-",- J. Nxt r ... r to
,'; --:: '.,. ,,- r.i, f the P,.nn,.x van ia i -al -: , -
.'1 ..S... 0 *:, ,l .. e x.- 'tertday i aft i1%i1S ,i- \, h.
: ....: J. : i: su'ld t-n a ,d i, i taii- S" f lhi .iagi.oi
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FREE WITi
THE TEXAS WONDER
'ur,-' :;i i.lne'v, bladde-r and rhe'i- An l:vfiiing St
1 ,.,'.i." : ,,ii,i-.;. Sld by all drugstores. i'y ii i yuh f
-,! 1, inliiith treatment by mail for at Keaiiiirs ('af
I I lor. :. \W flaIl, 2.926 Olive street, I
St l.'ui.. M,. St-nd for testimonial.. INCUBATORS I
S.':,. in ,:lLa iby th-- Anti-Monopoly
[l)1 u-: ;nl,, -. $ SlightiV usfd,
I .gg, andl nit- larg
i BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE will s,-2 f., abou
--- i n- cala Furn
Yu ,.in get a splendid, established
listmi. -.-., l,-ase on the store, or can CUT GLA
tpur',ha- tlo,- '-t,)re if preferred. Apply I
i t, F. W. Ditt ., quick. I have at last r
ri -- ,f cut glans that
SSeis ttiho.- handsome dining tables, i transit. The pat
i'i.lt,,-,ar'1'. and hall racks at Mclver & I and we ar'- sllin
Mu-.Kay's. dtf A. E. Bi


1 1) D Kini "- l N'-x I #'-,>'.'ry f'r (Cln-
I-iiiptll on. N Li-h k,'i-pt no' in pef- l'.'t
Ihalt. Anl nw. in N.,w lhtinlshiro.I
v,. find it hll+,- Lc.t involiiin" in the'
\\' hll 'r ,-coughsi tiii ''ildI, bLronchial
t @ ,i tr,,ublf-. and ai'I unig ,lieases." Guar-
,1^ | a T4" anteed at Tyding.s & Co.'s dugstore.
ls V let Prit. 50 ,-'ents and $1. Trial bottle free.
df r HANDED ADAM A LEMON
e e t i And Man's Teeth Have Been on Edge
S f Ever Since-A New Version of
resents ior The Eden Story
New York, Dec. 29.-A new discus-
sion over Adam and Eve has arisen,
with a view of determining what kind
of fruit it was that Eve handed to
Adam.
A special received today from new
Haven says that the Modern Language
I f I Association, which is now in session,
:.29 has raised the question.
lI The association declares that it was
2 i^ not an apple that Eve handed to Ad-
am, and which he ate that caused all
A the trouble in the Garden of Eden.
il Jfll The ssiclatin has sct Saturday morn-
IJ1 39,f iIng for a full discussion of the question,
D e c ._ 30ile -Aas to whether it was not a lemun that
.. 'wyEve handed to Adam that caused the
caused the trouble in the garden.
The discussion is one that will prob-
S 4 n ab!y attract a great deal of attention
,Y f I[ 9in various sections of the country, and
mL marked i a the decision wiil be awaited with in-
terest.
Shave to do !KING OF ALL COUGH MEDICINES.
t- f Mr. E. G. Case, a mall carrier of
tt[ T T Canton Center, Conn., who has been in
Voff of the the U. S. service for about If years
says: "We have tied many cough
medicines for croup, but Chamber-
lain's Cough Renimedy is king of all
and one to be reli,,d upon every time.
We also find it the best remedy for
mA' coughs and co'd., giving certain re-
rll li I_' suits ancd leaving no bad effects." For
^^ i i sale by all r.,.ppist,.


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SFURNITURE

It's a little early, but our fall stock is


arriving daily, and we ar z in a posit


save you money.


All we ask


minutes of your valuable time to


you through our stock.


A FEW LEADERS


Iron Beds, $2.50 up.


DIED lio THE HARNESS
tire Chief of Charleston Fell Dead
Immediately After Subduing
a Conflagration
Charlesfo.in. S. '.. D--c. -'.-Firp C.ih f.
0. G M. rjenhliflf. f,,'r t'v -lve years at
ihe hLead of the Chati! .-tn fire dc-
partnwt. in >tx-0 fr''t.I" of Lne National
Association vf Fire Ecti h -'tr!'s. a "fre-


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:o o inidnight. M 1(1.Thutli4' In a fte.r
a battlee xN i:h Atr, ul fie tr.- jwz' as
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RUINING THE RAILROADS

The Hepburn Bill Passed But They
Have More Business than They
Can Handle


(Saturday Evening Post.)


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Pittman & eon, mthe urnimture men.
YAQUIS ON THE WARPATH
Bloody Fighting Between Whites and
Indians in Mexico
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 29.-Col. H.
B. Maxson, vice president of the Na-
tional Irrigation Congress and secre-
tary of the board of education of Reno,
Nev., who has been spending the past
few weeks in the state of Sonora, Mex-
ico, arrived here with a story of mas-
sacre of Mexicans and Americans, oc-
curring at the little town of Lancho,
on the Cananea, Yaqul river and Pacific
railroad, late Saturday afternoon.
The town of Lancho was burned and
four Mexicans and Americans were
killed.
Station Agent Thompson and his
wife defended themselves behind the
barricaded door of the station until
a work train appeared, when the In-
dians withdrew.
At another station a few miles dis-
tant the scene was duplicated. Four
more dead bodies of Americans and
Mexicans were discovered along the
tracks. The little band at this sta-
tion. ,however, had been able to repulse
the attack of the Yaquis with the loss
of four of their number.
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


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SAFE DEPQ I"
We have boxes torentaf
hold a big lot of valuable pap& u,
larger boxes costing a litleoe. Oci


MUNROE & CHA


THE CENTRAL NA
OF OCALA '

Is modest but piopm I
offers every Iegitimte L
meant to customers. C
deuce or a visit invited

J. B. BROOKS,/


ALLEN W. E


Dispener of


If you have forgotten about it. turn
to a newspaper file of a year ago and
see what dire things would probably
happen to the railroads of the United
C o States if the Hepburn-Dolliver rate
S- [ bill. or one substantially like it. were
S| put into effect. Since the bill was
Cjo.,A passed, Union Pacific has increased
by five per cent, Lake Shore by four
per cent., Southern Pacific by five per
OCALA, FLA. cent., Michigan Central by two per
cent., and Pennsylvania, Atchison.
Baltimore and Ohio and New York
Central by one per cent.
WTYSON e have overlooked some: but those
S Smentioned above will require an In-
etai Dealer in High creased disbursement to stockholders
tetall Dsealer in Highn
, Wines and Brand- hunting only the stock in public
Cigars, Etc hands and not that of one road that is
Ci gars. Etc
.held by another) to the amount of
the Marion Farms i
the r almost twenty million dollars a year.
.- v X\\ a re th e o n ly ", "^ ^ ^ ^ ^
N%'. are the only Since the new law went Into effect,
!Iandlle- ai, beers. N. 1we ar t ld. the roads have voluntarily
ia streett, ' numerous and important than were
H YOUR MEAL t.-xt-r rnal.- Ietf.,.- in the sa.i'ne length of
..-.- Tn:;- Al.-,. Ini-r,, has been an impor-
tar 1. r,.ad and take tant increase In wages, the Pennsyl-
ret'., with your in-meals, vania having given a fiat ten per cent.
r- advance, and other trunk lines moving
in the same direction. The wage in-
FOR SALE CHEAP crease amounts to a great many mil-
--I lion dollars.
,ine 300 and ,one 200 i Of course the able gentlemen who
g, 3-section brooder, control these properties would not be
it half cost. Good as increasing dividends, they would not
niture Co. be voluntarily reducing freight rates,
and they would not be raising wages
kSS ARRIVES if they thought ruin stared them in
-- the face, or if they really perceived
receivedd one shipment in the future of railroading anything
has been delayed in but the most sunny and agreeable
terns are very pretty prosperity. It is worth while, we think,
g the goods cheap, to get the facts clearly stated. The
urnett, the Jeweler. wealth and earning power of the rail-
roads of the United States can hardly
.*. ....... be calculated. For eight years, with
only few and small Interruptions, con-
editions have been such that by the
lo time the figures were assembled in the
^annual report the roads were still
i richer, their earnings still greater. Now
that Congress Is in session we shall
I probably be hearing that the railroad
outlook is quite gloomy. But nobody
I believes it.
3 j IN PRAISE OF
I 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
jt its use. Grateful parents everywhere
11-i 1do not hesitate to testify to its merits
for the benefit of others. It Is a cer-
tain cure for croup and will prevent
the attack if given at the first appear-
ance of the disease. It is especially
adapted to children a' It is pleasant
to take and contains noLhing Injurious.
Mr. E. A. Humphreys, a well known
resident and clerk in the store of Mr.
E. Locke, of Alice. Cape Colony. South
Africa, says: "I have used Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy to ward off
croup and colds in my family. I found
it to be very satisfactory and It gives
me pleasure to recommend It." For
sale by all druggists.
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES
We are agents for the New Home
Sewing Machine and carry them In
stock. Call and see the machines and
Sget prices. Sold on time Is preferred
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Pmre Ice Cream and Cold D
CaFndies, Footi,
FulLine of al. Popdaf tld


Come in and enjoy a cold drink
the electric fans. Don't forget the

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FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LICESD I


We are Equipped to do the Very Best Work and u
the Latest and Best MethoI.
TELEGRAPH ORDERS CIE IDIIST11 ?I
Chape] and Undertaking Parlors Comer Main S I
Oklawaha Avenue.

OCALA FURNITURE COPAl
Day Phone, No. 10; Night Phkcsu, M,1I


Hunnicutt's Woodysmd
I have bought the woodyard moated betwte OMSiWM&-4l*,
Broadway, and have a staes of a gn aad dry soey we asL.
pine, or mixed. as desired. Ab I load delivered to Ets 4 tt
$1 cash. Call at the yard or pb Noe&. 370.
M.- R. HUNNICVTT>


Fort


King


I have bought the Fort King Grooey lIi"
ed it with a complete, fresh lipe of i LAJ
Fancy Groceries for the family ta de. tl
only the freshet and best goods to be 'd
will guarantee to sell them to you as ota ai
one in the city. Country prodm= boWAgt i
and fruits and baker's bread will be pt Iil
days. Give me a share of your t id if l
goods, courteous treatment and low prl l
continuance of it, you will continue to trade
me. B f',jy

N. L. WILLIAMS, PsI


Corner Fort King Ave. and Atlantic C


The East Florida Tedhpiu Ci
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Ocala Teleph.. 1GC Ay
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAYe DECEMBER 2, 10


with January let. 1907. all
I|i the Dally Star will be
In advance, if the suab-
aw* gt the benefit of the $5
If when paid monthly,
Sdue, the rate will be by
,M & basis of $6 per year.
i gtgense" deadheads and
,PI8IC will be discontinued,
bern will all receive the
,*. same terms and rates.
iKo' TRADE MEETING
of the board of trade
oon was slimly attend-
*1118 members were too busy
mltp Christmas feasts and on
for the New Year spread.
T. T. Munroe was in the
following persons were
berg : W. D. Carn. T .ios.
W. Crhosby, D. W. Tomnp-
l T. H, Wallis, re-elected.
mou tlve committee was In-
to e m that all necessary ar-
I ta were made for the recep-
& delegates to the state board
wbifh convenes in Ocala Jan.
Mr. S. A. Rawls is presl-
6te organization and is satin-
t Oftla's hospitality is not
f i important occasion.
,ImNe of those on the committee .
*MAbWS: T. T. Munroe, C.
G 'eorge MacKay, Charles
S aeJl Brown and S. A.
M unroe then made some
the' work of the com-
and scope in their ef-
pressure to bear on the
officials to give bet-
their patrons. He said
iL j person, attorney for the
49Itde, would be in Bartow
llMM~plaints.
| a member of the corn-
and scope, made some
suggestions in reference
-|,done by that committee.
,00 Impression of those pres-
ti work was bearing fruit
SB Jl ws needed was more
eiIre publicity. There was
railroad talk, but all of


E* RAILROAD COCOANUT

he Jacksonville board of trade is
bill alive to the trying position that
,0fronats the merchants and citizens
V'A1 tOlt city through the poor road beds
Ad l W t tof motive power, cars and
I g ongeited condition of the
w1^M ~j~f4a tion and are doing all in
their power to relieve the situation.
the discussion that followed this
Suettion in a large meeting of that
body recently, the following from the
VoAUmOn is worthy of notice:
meJi- the discussion of the rail-
ow In Florida, Major J. S.
sa i i ted that honor should be
SmB honor was due, and that
B M tUn should be made of the
A LA ce of the Florida East
lt y Company.
'fte Uf to to solve the congestion
ho tated, had given the im-
to the world that the people
_rot know how to operate
Rt the record made by the
Coast railway, he said,
one, and that against
Swas no complaint what-


he stated, that he had


--d cars in from twenty-
*'ty-five hours after they
ordered by him, and that
rs were loaded( the Flor-
l Railway promptly car-
Ibthe terminals designated.
ber only, did the trouble


SthaUt such an admirable
'iatisfactory service should
this road, he argued,
a doubt that other roads
mjMne thing, if they woulu
omen on and furnish the
hlth the proper facilities.
-to the East Coast railway
im.-was due lest. In a gen-
1 On the Florida railroads.
bsble exception to the rule
tS' Sotten and go without the
deserved."
acknowledges a pleasant
Sorn~Ing from the new pas-
Mthodlst church, Rev. Mr.
will preach his first ser-
morning. He brings
flattering testimonials of ihis'
Sa preacher. He is a mnan of
IlD, a fine head and good
with a good crop of hair,
*generously sprinkled with
of a kindly eye and a
Ilee. He said he had good
I Editors Wilson and Carter
aemo-Union and Metropois,
roud of their friendship. He
a s-tor of the Methodist church at
S4 H viUle at one time. That he had
friends with Brother Howard, of
S' Orlando Reporter-Star and thought
I Ie toould win over the pencil push-
!. Of* tbe Brick. City.
*'r U S.IL B. W. Richburg, whose home
Is I3 aX9wfa Ky., but who repre-
fe. Otfta Mutual iTJfe Tnnsurance


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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Grace Episcopal
(Rev. Geo. Hendree Harrison, Rector.)
First Sunday After Christmas.
7:30 a. m.-Holy communion.
10 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Morning prayer, litany and
sermon.
7:30 p. m.-Evening prayer and ser-
mon.
Public cordially Invited.


p. m., ser-
R. V. At-
m, Dr. A.


L. Izlar, superintendent.
Epworth League at 3 p. m.
Mid-week prayer meeting Wednes-
lay, 7 p. m.
Good music. spirited service, free
pews and a cordial welcome to all.
Baptist
Sunday school-9:45 a. m.
Morning service-1l a. m.
Prelu'le, "Thi. is the Lord's Own
Day"-Choir.
HIymn, 700.
Anl.em, 0 Lord, Most Merciful."
Sermon.
Offertory.
"l-Far From My Heavenly Home"-
Mrs. Scott, with violin obligate by Mr.
Condon.
Hymn, 704.
Sunbeam Band- i p. n.
13. Y. P. U.-C: 15 p. m.
Evening servih.--7 p. m.
Prelude, "Ve.%sjr Ir mn"--Choir.
Hymn, ia.
Anthem, "*Prit(-ct U' Through the
(Coming Night"-Cushman.
Offertory.
Sermon.
Hymn. C,6.
Warren Sunbean Band


S,.ng. 96.
iF'criture reading
S~iW-, "."
Re-cltati')n,, Ax. L,#*-, Edward>-.
Recitation. Loui-s i','nnlll
Reading, Uilian Marsh.
Solo, Eloise Smoak.
Recitation, Annie B. Fuller.
Reading, Clay-r. Mae Lord.
Reading, El Ise Smoak.
Song, 175.
Reading, Mrs Spurlln.
Roll call.
Collection.
Dismission.
B. Y. P. U. ANNOUNCEMENT
There will be a business meeting
Sunday night of the B. Y. P. U. All
are requested to attend. Services be-
gin at 7 o'cl.ock.
Last evening from 8 to 11 o'clock
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Blalock entertained
a few friends In a very delightful man-
ner in honor of Col. and Mrs. Joe Wal-
ker and Miss L. M. Hinman, of At-
lanta, Ga., who are spending Christ-
mas with Dr. and Mrs. Blalock, at their
cozy cottage on Oklawaha avenue.
Vivacious conversation and soul in-
spiring music rendered by Mrs. E. L.
Carney and Mrs. Blalock on the piano
and several vocal solos by Dr. Blalock,
were enjoyed, then delicious refresh-
ments were served by Misses Mary
Bull and Lillian Thagard. After this
tcame several songs by Miss Elsie
Schneider, Mr. Felix Schneider and
Dr. and Mrs. Blalock, which were very
fine. The guests of honor are charm-
ing people and Dr. and Mrs. Blalock
make ideal host and hostess.
Traffic Passenger Agent Craig, of
the A. C. L. railway, who was In Ocala
the other day in company with General
t'assenger and District Passenger
Agent Kirkland and White, and who
interviewed a number of our people on
the condition of railroad matters, in
leaving sent h~s compliments to us and
said that we were the only party who
gave him the straight and unvarnished
tale of the situation.


Geo. W. Stevens, of Berlin, was in


town today, as was J. W. Colbert, of
Sparr, who said Mr. Carlton, of the
Keindig grove on Rattlesnake Prairie,
had shipped all of their oranges but
the grapefruit and tangerine crop still
hand on tie trees, though they are now
being gathered and forwarded to the
markets. Mr. 2. said his letuce crop
was hurt some but not enough to mat-
ter.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL


An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.
Mr. J A. it'lttiian is in recipt of a
new supt, i of c\wing machines, mat-
ting-. picture'. eic These goods should
ha\ u ill be :old cheap


R. D. FULLER. L. F.BLALOCK.

FULLER & BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEONS
Ofrce OvCr Munroe & Chambliss' Bank
OCALA.FLA.

Terms, Cash.



McIYER & MACKAY


FUNERAL


DIRECTORS


Undertakers and Embalmers
n- M9- Micr AlRALFR D E.AOWE


G STAR

STINGERR & Co.

AMgT ana R. R. Carroll
to. and Publishers.

i. SITTINGER,
iMt" Genoal Manager


THE "1906 GIRLS"
A 'Study in Beauty" In the maga-
zine of next Sunday's New York World.
Beautiful girls drawn by Harrison
, Fisher, John Cecil Clay, Karl Ander-
son and Artists Williams, Gilbert and
Manning. Eact of these paintings ex-
presses an eminent artist's ideal of
feminine beauty. Reproduced in col-
ors. Fit for passepartout. Every one
will want them. The magazine sec-
tion of next Sunday's New York World
is replete with good things. It equals
any of the popular magazines. Its con-
Stents are always opportune, and, in


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Convey
7:30 p.
store.
brothers
Chas.


OCAuLLOOSE NO. 19 u i u

entlons held every Monday at
m. Castle Hall over Peyser's
A cordial welcome to visiting Jfii
L Jake Brown, C. C.
K. Sage, K. R. S.


Bad Stomach Makes
Bad Blood.
You can not mink sweet butter In a
foul, unclean churn. The stomach serves
as a churn in which to gitate, work up
and disintegrate our food as it I being
digested. If it be weak, sluggish and
foul the result will be torpid, sluglgish
liver and bad. impure blood.
The ingredients of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery are just such as best
serve to correct and cure all such de-
rangements. It is made up without a
drop of alcohol in its composition; chem-
ically pure, triple-refined glycerine being
used instead of the commonly employed
alcohol. Now this glycerine is of Itself a
valuable medicine,. instead of a deleteri-
ous agent like alcohol, especially in the
cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia and the
variou.. forms of indigestion. Prof. Finley
Eilingwood. M. D., of Bennett Medical
College. Chicago, says of it:
"Ln dyspepsia it serves an excellent pur-
pose. 1 It is one of the best manufact-
ured products of the present time in its
action upon enfeebled. disordered stomachs-
especially if there Is ulceration or catarrhai
gastrttls it is a most efficient preparation. Glycerine
will relieve many cases of pyrotsis (heartburn)
and excessive gastric acidity. It is useful In
chronic Intestinal dyspepsia. especially the
flatulent variety, and In certain forms of
chronic constipation, stimulating the secre-
tory and excretory functions of the intestinal
gland&."
When combined, in Just the right propor-
tions. with Golden Seal root. Stone root,
Black Cherrybark, Queen's root, Blood-
root and Mandrake root, or the extracts of
these, as in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, there can be no doubt of its
great efficacy in the cure of all stomach,
fiver and intestinal disorders and derange-
ments. These several ingredients have
the strongest endorsement in all such
cases of such eminent medical leaders as
Prof. RK Bartholow, L D., of Jefferson Med-
ical College. Phila.; Prof. Hobart A. Hare,
M. D, of Medical Department. University of
Pa.; Prof. Laurence Johnson. M. D., Medics.
Department. University of New York; Prot
Edwin M. Hale. M. V.. Hahnemann Medical
College.Chlcaco; Prof. John M. Scudder. M. D.
and Prof. John King. M. D., Authors of the
American Dispensatory, and scores of others
among the leading medical men of our land.
Who can doubt the curative virtues of
a medicine the ingredients of which have
iuch a prnfesuio"a endorsement?
Constipation cured by Doctor Plerc's
Pleuani Pel let. One or two a do.


K UT. M. M


Ocala Tent No. 1409. 2>
K. 0. T. M. M. will hold I x
lis regular semi-monthly meeting at
Yonge's Hall Wednesday evening, Jan-
uary 9. G. W. Martin, R. K.
T. D. Bryan. Commander.


F.&lA.M.


'\Z A regular communi-
cation of Marlon-Dunn Lolge, No. 19,
F. & A. M., will be held in the temple,
Thursday evening, Jan. 3.
Visiting brothers cordially invited.
N. I. Gottlleb, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.


WB PAN.E.
Notice of Session of
Ocala Lodge No. 851,
4' Benevolent and Pro-
tective Orier of Elks.
Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th
tuesday in each month. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
Win. Anderbon, Exalted Ruler.
David S. Williams. Secretary.


FT. KING CAMP PC^^
NO. 14


addition to Its literary merits, is it
full of news interest. It Is instructive Regular monthly meeting of the
and entertaining. I Woodmen of the World will be held at
; Yonge's Hall, Friday evening, Jan. 11.
Dr. Goldstein, the eye specialist, who Installation and Initiation
has been making visits to Florida and Officers will be installed and candi-
'Ocala for some years past and who dates initiated at this meeting, and af-
purchased suburban property at Tamn- ter the business Is concluded, refresh-
pa two years ago, paying $25 an acre ments will be served.
.for same, sold his holdings this week N. I. Gottlleb, C. C.
for $125 an acre. There is sure money Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
in Tampa sand. "
This Will Interest Dyspeptics
THE AMERICAN GIRL i
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will
The city girl the country girl give you back 50 cents (purchasing
SClad in her bathing suit price) if Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy
The smiling girl the loving girl falls to relieve or cure dyspepsia or
This country hard to beat. indigestion, or their symptoms, bad
The homeing girl the girl we love breath, bad dreams, foul taste, consti-
The praide of the country round pation, hawking, spitting, acid or gas
We love her best when we see her pose on the stomach, dizzy spells, heart
Clad in her winter gound. flutter, pains in the stomach, side or
H. B. Fuller. back, extreme nervousness, belching.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when
LADY FINGER AND all else fails, so don't be discouraged.
BLACK FRUIT CAKE It strengthens weak stomachs. The
The above can be had at Martinot's star of hops for all dyspeptics. Cures


Bakery. The reputation of these goods
is so well established that they need
only to be mentioned. Also a full as-
sortment of other cakes, with a splen-
did stock of fancy groceries, which in-
cludes everything good to eat. Call at
Martinot's Bakery. St
i CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES


Via Seaboard Air Line Railway


Dates of sale, Dec. 20th to 25th In-
.lusive, Dec. 30th and 31st and Jan. 1st,
final limit Jan. 7th. For detailed In-
Sformation apply to the city ticket of-
fice. W. W. Condon, City T. A.


the worst cases.


Druggists or by ex-


mes, an make yur sdeedwls.


A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PICTURES


Framed or unframed. The finest line to select from in the
country.

Beautiful Potere ad Lace CuLtars.
Mantle, Table Scarfs, and Fire Screens in all of
the beautiful makes.

The Largest and Prettiest Line of Rfp
of all sizes and finish. Art Squares in all weaves and sizes,
and at different prices: Mattings, Linoleums, Etc.

ELEGANT DINING TABLES, LIBRARY AND

OFFICE TABLES.


Center Tables in Mahogany. Golden Oak. and the different
Mission finishes-Old English. Antwerp. and Fumed Oak

Also Chairs and Rockers


In Golden Oak, Birdseye Ma&x e, fI..."-a
Df Brass Beds of all styles and prime.
Florida. Blankets and Bed ULin 4 4allM k i.. '

Pretty Dressing Tablo and odd Bu h,...


ni sn* s s. .. .' "^ -4e-
-4.. ,.4.
Laues Wriu lt Ww CM L

Gentlemen's Office Tables and R ToAT.p 1)o 4 2 i
Sectional Book Cases, plain and leadI g ,m
Cases. Music Cabinets in Oak and MagfaTii

IMrgF ad u SEAI Kndm M :Id m

Pretty BathroQm Mirrors, Medicine CabisBK,
Whatnots, Ladies' Work Baskets and TablNe. 'I


in the different Mi-sion finishes and Parlor Tables in the UCOOKIENG STOVES, UAN ES R
dainty Vernis Martin finish. The list of chairs is a very
long one We hay elegant leather and plush upholstered. STOVES.
straight and Morris Chairs, Rockers, and Dining Chairs. s t o H e S .
The most comprehensive line of Reception Chairs, and S handsome sets of Harnes, Saddle; o 'lui o
Rockers, in Oak. Willow and Leather, that one could want Suit Cases, all sizes and shape, from 41,etp
to see. Also a pretty line for the children, from 54c to $4 eact' finest made. Trunks of all styles and kinda, a4I
You should not furnish your dining room until you havePrices.- We also have a most attractive lot of -
seen our Tables, in round or square, in any finish, but par- WMas lfr t Ike f
ticularly pretty in the Golden Oak and Mission. W "s or the hJ

Handsome Sideboards, Buffets, and China Closets Ranging In prlo up:4


in tie inferent an(t pretty lnlsnes. All styles of Dining
Chairs. Art Squares. and a complete line of domestic and if
imported China Sets. A new line of


Parlor and Hall Lamps That Are Very Attractive.

Toilet Sets and Jardiniers.


The House Furnishers,


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


press, 60c. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, s'_.ck to the Elk's Cafe. She under-
Ocala, Fla. Call or write. :stands the art of feeding people.


BUSINESS FOR SALE
A well established and good paying
business for sale. Owner has good
reasons for wishing to sell, and will
sacrifice *he property for cash. Ap-
ply to F. W. Ditto.


J. E. CHACE


lDENTF\L SUR~GEON


WAGONS AND BUGGIES MADE Ce Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bld'g
Buggies, wagons and log carts, made
or repaired and painted, at J. L. OCALA, FLA.
Smoak's Wagon Works.
PINS, RINGS AND BRACELETS Tems, Cash.
I have a most beautiful line of pins,
rings and bracelets, in the newest and
Trettiest patterns. Come in and look ABOUT THE EYES
them over. A.E. Burnett, Jaweler.
WHAT'S Your eyes are subject to as many
Worth doing is worth doing well. If different defects as the body is to de-
you wish to be cured of rheumatism, formaties. Whereas it should be one
use Ballard's Snow Liniment and you of the most perfect organs of the body.
will be "well cured." A positive cure
for sprains, neuralgia, bruises, con- It is natural that you should need
traced muscles and all the ills that glasses for reading, writing, sewing
flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams, and other close work. Between the
Navasota, Texas, writes: "I have used ages of 40 to 50, a perfect eye should
Ballard's Snow Liniment for sprained need glasses at this age to relieve them
ankle and it gave the best satisfaction. nd a t thi r them
I ...,.... ,,, ,It, in t ho,,,e* Sod from the strain when used for close or


i l^ *, ai -wa -K I L^.| III LIM LIUU15e Ouluk^ -r
by 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-
ment.


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
all druggists.
NEW ARRIVAL OF HORSES
Messrs. Tompkins and Nichols re-


near work. Many young people need
glasses early in life to relieve the
various forms of eyestrain, which is
the cause of 75 per cent. of all head-
aches. Just think: It has been proven
by eminent authorities that 3 people
out of every 4 that have headaches
have defective eyes. Glasses are the
remedy, because they CORRECT the
DEFECTS. When properly fitted there
is no eye strain. When you get reaoy
to be relieved of these headaches can
and see me. I make a specialty of cor-
rmin ov- a& %Lkas, ~arlta a l A @A.


WANTED AT ONC6
A first-class turpentine woodsman.
Must be sober and industrious and
able to control labor to work a ride of
'boxes. Single or married. Salary shall
be satisfactory. Address, at once, S.
VW. Petteway, Dunnellon, Fla.
GOOD YOUNG MARE FOR SALE
Very gentle, will work anywhere. $140.
E. C Smith, at Ocala Furniture Co.
SILVER TABLE WARE
I have on display a splendid line of
sterling silver knives, forks and spoons.
You are cordially invited to come in
and see the goods.
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
FREE WITH wOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to rnad and take
away with you free, with your mpals,
at Keatlng's Cafe.
THE ELK'S CAFE
Mirs. Ellis Mathe\.Ns is conducting a
.first class eating hous- in the Elk's
raf., and is rapidly building up a fine
busine; s.
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE


A splendid family driving horse and
buggy and harness for sale. Apply to
M. Handlesman at the Boston Stjore.
REGULAR BOARDERS
Can tind a comfortable, h',melik- hotel
and a congenial l"t o.f people, at Col.
Sii,-niian's Munti-zunta hotel.
FOR SALE
A tair of ,.o and a half year old
mules for a,-v broke to t:arness and
good worker-. Appiy to XV. M. Gist,
IMcItlih, Fla.


PUBLIC SPEAKER INTERRUPTED
Public speakers are frequently in-
terruoted by people coughing. This
would not har pen if Foley's Honey and


The Carmichael & Son I


Florida's B Malail Ordezr


House,


OCALA, FLORIDA.


We want to state to our hundreds of Friends and Customers ghrou.Qt loriada, that m
are now in better shape than ever to handle their business.

We have, wiflin the past few months, spent $5,M in and about our place of buIn, t'
improving and enlarging the plant

We can fill your orders promptly, and give yon beer service than am y hI e ni fl L.
We carry a larger, better, and greater variety of stock than any iqnor hu Ien 1hd
The many years that we have served the people of Florida, hast-h orougy fama=_e -
the wants of the public. and enables us each year to better supply base waLs.

We have no rents to pay, manage our business ourselves, buy everythg In ear fod o
discount our bills, and SELL ONLY FOR CASE, enabling ns, thereby, tgllve yn more ad
goods for the money than any competitor.


Following Are a Half Dozen of Our Leading Brands of Liquors 1

Taken at random front the hundreds of different braids. Remember When WiUMe NflMR NO r ,.
your orders are filled same day received. Yom pay noi tor lojgs, am y"o i t ami
with the order. We pay no bookkeepers' salaries, and give yo fthis saving. -V

JEFFERSON CLUB CREAM OF KENTUCKY" HONEY DEW RYE WHSe8Y :
EightYears Old "THEE" WHISKY Handm Mid* mv Pw f K e 'e- : i


P'tUM IMYIt
As Jefferson Was-Pure and Superido
S*i;. quart. 1.25.
F"ur quarts. $S5.
Tw-lve quart;, dt-iivered, $14.
Atll Full Quarts

OLD BARBEE
The Purest, Best Whisky on Earth
Half pints. 40 cents.
Pints, 75 cents.
Quarts, $1.50.


An old, mellow, rye whisky, aged.
pure and fine. Made In Old Kentucky.
and no better whisky ever distilled.


Try this Whisky


1 quart, $1.
4 quarts, delivered. $4.25.
12 quarts, $12.
We are District Agents


I I


One quart, $1.
2 quarts, $3.


4 quarts, delivered,. $39..
12 quarts, delivered $10.


MOUNT VIERMON
An Old MIlow Whisky
Bottled by the ditlillery mad wI-'
nteed pure.
1 quart, 81.75.
4 quart,. delivered, $4M.
12 nuarts. dellvvr t& WAS


is 0201e

Tulula Lodge. No. 22. I. 0. 0. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in
Yonge's HalL
Special Meeting Wednesday Night
No meeting will be h!'&i Tuesday
night but a special meeting will be
held Wednesday evening to Install the
recently elected officers.
E. Jeffords, N. G.
W. E. Bryant. Secretary.


L R. CARROLL, Methodist
u' and 3Asineee manager
an Buin ManSger Services at 11 a m. and 7
,..- mons by the pastor, Rev.
STOSUBSCRIBERS kisson.
. -.- _Sunday school at 9:30 a.


'-4


.4-


NO STORE In Fiorda presoemts a ore ea Mri r a larer e ,n pi
umber .f te amily r muy on of yr y ruemi, a d at te sa lte U MWIw -for I1
buying presents gel somet -ig tat wl be kept ad ms. s ver a Look W"k


*.- .-^ :


HANDSOME 3E


4.4
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in this List


want, inquire


you do not find what yo*il


for it, as this is only a


partial list of what we carry.


N4Mclvep & McKay


4/


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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 190


Avoid alumand alum phos-

phate baking powders.The

label law requires that all

the ingredients be named

on the labels. Look out

for the alum compounds.


NOTE.-Safety lies in buying only

Royal Baking Powder, which is a
pure, cream of tartar baking powder,
;Ind the best that can be made.


OCALA OCCURRENCES


8. 8. Havage, Jr.. the -awmni!l man
Sof Candl-r. ats in town today.

lmbrelia jars at Condlon's.
Alex Moorhead % ill go out to R',m,-)
SMonday to do somne surv'-ving.
'Phone 300O if your lights arn out of


J. H. High. 'f lh. outith.rn .x-
presis CO. is ait tih. '*,,i,, i ,,-,-
S4Spencer's Bakery, phoit- 3%2.
4 A. W. Yongue-, of )klawaha has sold
a house and lot at th;,i |ila, 'e to Hol,-rt
Marshall.
(Oreen Sprlngm natural inlneral a,,r
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstor, ,
the glas, gllin ir ,' arh-.vy


SL. H. BLITCH manager.
J


'Th ti i I ;i ~ilfaial 'ixMI IIoII" Ist


WN%'*-wa YJ m'un [r est-ripti'n bus In vss
and are bptt-'r lare'rare] t~an '-enerto
takes .. a-t- if it. Tydings & Co.


cijtyfa11, tl~" at Iil': t.


I'liat d Janwr"Ui'. I i4 jl t(. -i
Cut Glais and China

't lii "..aata.bi'Ta[
Irli t'' I1&j Vaft I .I zg' t d a


M0tt0A ftill#itaI .'it tii a A-adma-
terial. Of no valut- to any jmnc' but tha.."
a'e.'Titl'. lUbt-rl'alrewxard foi x'.-t urn -if
'.aiii4 i the Oc(ala M4usic (co


H. ROBINSON, President.
J. C. BOOZER, Asst Manager.
GEO. J. BLITCH. Teller.


The Strong Hold the


COMMERCIAL BANK,


OCALA, 1 LA.


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


THE


MONTEZUMA


L LEASED FOR TEN YEA]


A DELIGHTFUL PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McIllvalne gave
a party last evening at their home in
the second ward, complimentary to
their sisters, Misses Orine and Vir-
ginia McIlvaine, of Spartar.burg. S. C..
and Mi.s Mary Bell, of Lattirnm-r, S. C
About twenty-five young pe:. present and the evening "xas irn unus-
ually enjoyable one. A series of ques-
tions were propounded to tne guess
the answers To which w-re :re rnan-.es
iof flowers arna the ar.-: in tr..-
j gam w-ere chosen by dix.;a: .g a
nl' after x.riting i: n a i-t;,1 pa-
L + ; i i th i*+ { ,- ,- -. t h ,-
*; .4r l!''r of the q j*' al.'. '.. k eoi:tt E:
-. taL- at, 'i. ~-.;- I .... r2.
a ,* '" ', f ic-ce ,-f r.an'-i pj/!:.'a.; + wft
ti(- l ( i e "" I-fa r, Ma y
SBel ,, i J'i r. i '.1._ :'-.n. aii.. 1,i :.!-
,'-mt f[ M..-; S E --i; "*,' ,n;.r.; "i tS.-+ "+,- .:+ry
; D th!l ious ,r( <-r-ai:: ;-r.:i 'f '. -^,,.r,
S -i" "* '* i d t i nI g l ,.*- +- +. ,.;i.i,-

'. 5 ,_* y i- arr.!n -..,-una" ,rt .+r -.. ha''n-
nri. v' Ii o '- in ')..u.ta ;. "lh- .*',-' a!.
, AlF .tli'i 3.M ; M c '.I : n,-. i^ ;:':v ^,_:,
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II .... "--d .i':'l i' : +i ". .* t, ',, r l;'.t1(
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t Mr .e-x'a'-i! ajjs' It'' I a :ic.\''tin .A




aali ,nirr t a-at



Ii' e 'I a ll-.Ia a 1 Ia I
FM -im ll I f*. t I i to I II (l AJtlk i Iz .


S'tLiaidrents il\ C-i tap- _'A t the Italaa
Musio a


iiz:.- Mint". (i'.-e Chow-Chow, Bulk
,i,'.v+-". P, 1i 1'Figs, Washed Figs in
B&.-kr-. Walnut M.-ats, Shelled Al-
rr, rin.ls In.,nlan Laye-r andl Cluster
RIi;:i... Lirrait.-'t. Seeded Raisins,
.' i,-l 'a"t -a--, M,:Laurin's Imperial
t'1.*- . Plitt-d Datt-e. Duffy's Apple
iJia-,,- in pf;nt and quarts. Cranberry
4au:, M"iia,_- Meat, H(,ney Strained,
i-' ] .ze. -'ruits. Huyle"r's Chocolate
I',;m;,' Tii.-cuits, Heinz's Preserve5 in
S..-n iltinz Appaie Butter. Walnuts,
Si;:,z,.. PE.-ans' Almond.-, Chow-Chow,
hIal4 RiRi.if,, Olive Oil, Celery Relish,
Duiilaiai a fur A.obroaia Apples, Oranges, Can-
f.,,',- A. bfa. Apples, OCrange-, Candy.
0. h.GROCERY
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE


wiailf' L-e sain d the
w,-,1 He .aid the c
IlIaL'k iii that section.


,nort ieclug at all
:cold snap left its


Thi- att-ndanrce Friday morning at
the state teachers meeting at St. Au-


I 22 lo,,t Sxxl20) feet in city limits g'ustine was estimated at 700.
M'r T C. Wilson, of Pr-nsa'oia, is :and 25 one-acre lots just beyond city
at tli.- Ocala House. limits, in Allred's addition. Also 40 Puff boxes, nail brushes, tooth brush-
,acres on A. C. L. track just north of es, hair brushes, military brushes,
We hav-e a complete line of drug- city, and 36 acres on S. A. L. railroad rosewood and celluloid mirrors, whisp-
gist's sundries and drugs. The most 'adjoining city limits. Also land scrip brooms, and all other toilet articles.
up-to-date in the city. Tydings & Co. a for locating U. S. lands. Security Ab- A beautiful line to select from. Ty-
i stract Co., Ocala, Fla. dings & Co.
H. S. Chambers, Jr., is in the city*
on a visit to his parents. Mr. Cham- HAVE YOUR VISITING The southbound train on the A. C.
bers is now representing the Crescent CARDS ENGRAVEDi L. was only twenty minutes late to-
Chemical Co., of Waco, Texas. At Cy That is improving.
day. That is improving.
1,resent he is calling o~n thtt trade in i
ent he is callTng on the trade in he Star office will have your visit-
Florida. ing 'ards engraved and save you mon- T. A. Roquemore, of Chicago, a pho-
I-v on them. tographer, was registered at the Mont-
The finest line of soaps, toilet pow- ezurna today.
ders, etc., in the city, and the finest c__
10c. soap on the market. Tydings & FOR RENT
Company. One hundred acres of fine melon C. C. Castelon of Plant City, and
land for rent, one mile from depot. Capt. Jno. L Inglis, of Port Inglis,
Mr. Henry Deubel and wife returned Apply to A. B. Rou, Reddick, or J. L. dined at the Ocala House today.
this mnrntin from their visit to Cin- Sinoak, Ocala.


Reports are coming in from various
points that the orange and fruit trees a
were not hurt in the recent cold snap
and that fruit on trees was not frozen.
Let us hope ihat this is the case.

Miss Clara Moore, on her way home
from New Orleans., is visiting her sis-!
ter, Mrs. E. C. Staley, in Jacksonville,
for a few weeks.
Editor Jordan speaks hopefully of
the cold situation. It was not very i
severe in his section, being only an
average of 30 degrees at Punta Gorda.


Mrs. Nell of Micanopy and children,
who have been visiting Mrs. Nell's sis-;
ter, Mrs. W. D. Graham, returned to:
their home yesterday. I
Miss Hope and Master Phil Robin- R.
son entertained about forty of their
young friends last evening at the W A
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.'
Geo. K. Robinson. They had a very;


cinnati. They were glad to get into Editor J. C. Thompson, of the Dun- pleasant time playing progressive
the sunshine and out of the cold. PROOF PRESS FOR SALE nellon Advocate and city clerk of that games and partaking of refreshments.
enterprising city, now that they have
The Star has a good, second-hand I electric lights, will soon agitate for No: Huyler's candies have not ad-
Don't fail to see the fine line of la- proof press it vrill sell cheap for cash. sewerage and a new fire sitate fiono vaned in price. You can buy Huyler' not ad-
dies' umbrellas, most suitable for hol- Needs only a new blanket to be as ewera and a new re as cheap as you can any othuyler kind.
iday gifts, at A. E. Burnett's, the Jew- good as new, but it is too light for our A fresh supply Just received a t T. W.!
eler. work.
e e WE SERVE 7 BEST HOT OCQLA3E Troxler's.
We are reliably informed that sev- Until January 1st special prices on IN TOWN, H Anderson returned this after-
eral new businesses will soon open in Cut Glass and China H I. n Anderson returned this after-
Ocala. at the Postoffice Drugstore. he took some interesting testimony on
t" IIthe condition of the A. C. I.& roadbed
Silver carving sets at the Ocala HORSE SHOEING and the service they are rendering the


company. Horses shod in a scientific manner at .. ..
J. .L Smoak's Wagon Works. ith % CHOCOLAE,
E. C. Boyd, of Anthony, who is the -- St lCIOCO
principal of the Welbourn school, it SILVERWARE SME AS USED)AT THEIR OWN STORES
at home visiting his parents for the I am showing this season an unus- I )Pn } D
holidays. He made the trip home on I y ty ino tearing siver and AND WOLD FAMED.
a horse he purchased in Live Oak and guaranteed plated silverware, in all of Sold by
today was in town and bought a wagon he different table and toilet articles. T. W. TROXLER'S.
and set or harness from Tom Smith. A E. Burnett, the Jeweler. i
He proposes to do some farming at An-
thony when the school term is over. FOR RENT
FOR SALE-A lot of comparatively, Three unfurnished rooms and a bath
new household goods; 4 bed room sets; rcom" Will rent to man and wife, or
a dining room set; hall rack; side- family with one child. Will make price
board; bookcase: fine V\enna parlor cheap. Want companion in house. In- REAL ESTATE
suite. Wil sell cheap for cash If sold j quire at the Star office. REAL ESTATE
at once. Apply to M. Handlesmon,
at the Boston Store, Ocala, FIa WILLIAMS' CARBOLIC SALVE i PHOSPHATE LANDS A
i with ARNICA and WITCH HAZEL;
Mr James Blair wa-s up tiday to ; The best salve In the world for cuts, i SPECIALTY.
r- ha\e Dr. Fuller relieve him of a ery bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tet-
Spainful tooth. Mr. Blat,- said that he cr. thapped hands and all skin erup- RO 0L1
was in the D. WV. Davis .,range g tuve, tions. It is guaranteed to give satlsfac- ROOM 31, OLDE Loc
yesterday and that tlie fruit is un- tion or money refunded. Price. 25c. O O DA
touched by ith. cld w athir and the Sold by William Anderson. Williams; OCALA, FLORIDA.
t-etree hardly sho. a f f Manufacturing Co., Proprietors, Cleve-
-itr'ee., har'lly sho % a ign o(f the. fr'o~t, lal2, O. &
i_ in PHOSPHATE LANDS
...... F'(P' S..;. '- At tlhc civ," i,;und at THAT'S IT. !
l _Ln-t t! i. U i on a THT' 1T. 'Either in hard rocK or pebble region.
i.... t ,rir ,n ,, 14and one Cough y,,urself into a fit of spasms it developed I can sell them for you.
",. Iirt-ad ,.,. hap an1 then wonder why you don't get If not developed, I can have the work
S.,K aA ... .. -well. If you will only try a bottle of done for you.
S' T i.'i, ml inflv f, -4Dallard's Horehound Syrup your cough, I have the following to offer in
Mr 1 T i, h. i t 1 ty ', winl be a thing of the past. It is a Ocala city property:
Istera in th, h, ,. --poitive cure for (, oughs, influenza,
f aI-,l by M'. Branti in OrAngi,. ) .nte. -,h',,nchti,. and all pulmonary diseases. ZeBUTT PROPERTY
t .. One bah tite w'ill convince you-at your The northwest corner lot, 29 feet
Ga.sI sntl ,.t,;." l-t nd.Chia &- nrug ,31Cut Glass and China .Ani-Monopoly drug store. fcnrM no sr d feet0
Cut G a ..C iii-mnpoly drug store. North First street, facing the govern-
--t FOR -o SALE meant building site, is still unsold; also
-^ .iMO JakSL Ni.holE .f Bli.. ha. __the lot immediately south of it, 28
t-A. T-,kt IIh l a Bt.\ir Nt t~li' an e ,b 8 e t
sold his houmt in t,' n r,, Mr. Natha; A Fine Ten-Room House fee by s4 feet.
( wMay+> and -l u rcnla.'cd !I,- tiallio ,Ilace.
sa .hort di.s!in,_, ,--utht tX ,,i BI.l.--. 'V. sell my fine residence in the ALLREC HOTEL
ihu *lfirst .ail. It is a two-story, ten-room Situated Imramediately north of the
u--e anml has a bath and all modern Seaboard depot. Has two-story, 18-
*f-. C-oW FtOR SALE- Iinc, Milker. imh *. lII,, in-f,. large lot, at a price that room hotel building upon it antid out-
iyoung calf. Broken t, lead an-1 tie ,',.l it.r u t -buyers. Price ani terms hou .+. Occupies entire block.
t {Price, $00, spot cash E .. CSnh.t.,o,,iable t, a responsible buyer. Am
1, avi: ig,? city the cause of the sale ALLRED DWELLING HOUSE
*' |Th,: rar i- ,',e d t,, l,.,ar thius-h .\rply to M. Handelsman at the Bos- AlI: coveri- an entire kl'.ck due north
M;- Ra. Otit Tatvhi,. .m..;: t-.'cl~t ;,g. it t',i St,_,le, Oca.a, Fla. )f ht, -r.omin dwelling and barn
fu, th11 A C. L. that tI- ci '. '-,ngt.-- on, south half o-f it.i-,A:k. North half can
tion at Jacksonvil!te lhas been riel -v.d' BIG STOCK OF WATCHES bt built ,i
and thiniig- are working .ad,;,toher ard. I have the best line of watches to NEW ADDITION TO OCALA
;.:-t u: hope. will miaterially a-si:t in srI,-ct from of any house in Central
iiio'i!,g freight t, ail parts ,tf thte -tat- Fl:rida. Watches for ladies and men, I am platting forty acres vwe.t of the
RS ^and for any price: also any design or Seaboard main line, which I will place
I? S 1Green Springs natural mineral ,vattr size Come in and inspect the line. on the mrna:'ket in a few days. Good
at the -.nti-Moaornilv Drngcto:.r. A. E. Burnett. the .Teweler title andi easy navn.ienit' \Vide strerat


people of that section.
Mr. E. M. Gray, of Tampa, is in the
city visiting relatives and friends for
a few days. Mr. Gray formerly lived
In Ocala.
Mr. D. Glower, of Trenton, is at the
Montezuma.


Mr. C. A. Redditt, of Jacksonville,
formerly of this city and a very suc-
cessful young insurance man, is at the
Ocala House.
Mr. Laurence Ballard, of Cornell, is
a guest of the Montezuma.
J. W. Amons, of Washington, D. C.,
is at the Ocala House.
Mr. L E. Ellis of Galnesville is a
guest at the Ocala House.
Mr. C. E. Herrick, of Crystal River,
was a business visitor In the city to-
day and stopped at the Ocala House.
Buy your mileage books and tickets
over the A. C. L. from R. T. Adams,
the city ticket agent. Office in the*
Ocala House.

The Hillsborough board of county
commissioners postponed Thursday
the leasing of their county prisoners
until the 3rd of January, 1907, and new
bids were requested. Major. T. C.
Hall. of Ocala, made a strong plea for'
his bid, said it was the best and that
he would work the convicts in Hills-
borough county. There were several
other bidders.


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-
it-y's Honey and Tar in the yellow
package contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs. Guard your health by
i refusing any but the genuine. Sold by
Small druggists.
The Orlando Reporter-Star in a
short editorial on the cold snap and the
oranges groves, presents the other side
of the question and what a great deal


Ocala


CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
With local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood on constitutional disease,
and in order to cure it you must take
internal medicines. Hall's Catarrh
Car- is taken internally and acts di-
r-ctly on the blood and mucous sur-
faces. Ha'lls Catarrh Cure is not a
qiuack medicine. It was prescribed by
;ne of the best physicians In this coun-
t:' tir year., ard is a regular prescrip-
ti ,n. It is composed of the best tonics
kn;-.vn. combined with the best blocd
>urfiers, acting directly cn the mu-
,us srfaces. The perfect combina-
An 'f tn. twoj ingredieuts 1; what pro-
'/ 2-."' .;:il vontieriul results in cur-
:rig Catarh. Sern fo.,r testin.cnia'6
f.'e. F. J. CHENEY & CO,
Propriet:ors. Toledo, 0.
S:. by druggi-t. price, 75c. Take
ilaii' Faniy. P.i.s for constlpatln.
CITY IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY
T .' : '.- ar a,';:,ni.Ay meeting of th.,
,_'it' l;: i(-..; r..'rf.it S ,( iety wi.'i be po-t-
, i.,.-,i ,,n ac,,unrit f TueBday being
-N "i++-,lr ia% +

FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
A.n E\v-i..ng '-tar to read and tike
4',t'x;"i*,w.n you fzicc, '.\ith your fli

GOODIES FOR YOUa'.' '.
GOODIES FOR YOU


GET YOUR TICKETS MONDAY STOCK TAKE. "
Mr. Allen Bridges requests us to an- One bay mare; short coupled:; white
ounce that alh subscribers to the ly- spot In forehead; 4 feet incbo hgh..
ceum are urged to call at his store One colt about 4 feet high. red bay.
Monday and get their season tickets one white hind foot and white spot In I
and havce seats reserved for the first forehead. Owner may apply to Jef-il
attraction. The Ariel Ladies' Quartet, ferson Boyd, Santos, Fla.
which wil l be Jan. 2nd, at the armory.
Mrs. T. J. Barnes, the popular- hos-
Dr. and Mrs Blalock invited a few tess of the Glenwood. treated her:T
of their near neighbors over last even- boarders and some of her friends to A
Ing to meet th-ir guests. Mr. and Mrs. j big bowl of eggnog anchored with cake
Walker, Master Joe VWalker, of Atlan- I of the most toothsome description,.
ta. and Msss -inman of Akron. Ohio. last night. Those present passed a
Tn.- Pvtp -'-i was a very pleasant one most pleasant evening, which was very'
an i i.::r.n :he enjcvabl,- features w-re greatly contributed to by the musical'
S '-a! .~.-..' .,_L,... M.. Carnty talent of Mrs. La Porta who plays the y
'- : L.-.... ,: T... .tic ,, i.iano as Orpheus did his lyre. Mrs.
:.'- .. ;. .-J b Dr. LL,,ck. Delhc- Barnes' orders do not believe her
i.-jus rfr'-hir..is were served and ev- eggnog can be equalled.
er.onnt seemedd to enjoy themselves
T,..;-'- ltll gue-ts leave tonAurrv.- for Mr and Mro. W. N. Smith and child-


Iy N"r.and r-r peroplf and are anxi cus guests of Mrs. R L. ANdersoro, have
'Y ur if .-xt v .n; andi 1 ice a returned home.
A'.ilt, i .,' it.' l it eDr Van Ho --
t hrn. ulns,,-tn Mr. and Mrs. George F. Armstrong.
H H"'n .irth -^a- -ro;ght and baby. of Savannah who w .ent
a 1 t;rt ru Dur*ntni r tL mrnlring ,chInstna- with Mrs. Arnmstrong's par-
B'- Mr'. Hairr' ?.-tr, of that city and ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. N Camp, have:
Y V ^;e -f L Ua.f lC. 'a-;Ia^. n~ere Dr F. Van Hood;
u tr; u.at him. Mr. Honifn'.wrtri Mrs ti,^reVane and daughter, Mrs.:
in. a ,-e, cr nnldit7,n and ]is ex..eeding- 1Henry Shoeflin, who have been the
Y.. ,-ak an i br.,kKe dovf. une of the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Leaven-
g^nut1tfl.tin .-h accompanied i.in, will good, have gone to St. Augustine to
I I.V iin 1. ai the tie to wsi.t with visit relatives.
cart-
DMrs. D. E. Marks, of Jacksonville, is
T -, e t, ,'nt y-eight arrivals at visiting her d daughter Mrs. Harr
ithe ,,,ala lous. yesterday. Lapham in this city.

S .Mr. Bert Jeweil Is in the city on a i
C A SO RIA |visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. .
VCAST|O Ri Jewell.
For Infants and Children. -
NI Mrs S. A. Standley entertained very
The Kind You Have Alwas Boght pleasantly last night for the Baracca
7.iass of the Baptist church.
Beazs the
Beaignathre of C'^ y Well, if Judge Locke is to hold U to (
Signature os court in the new courthousee in
IMarch, tnere must be some mighty'
Ihlve hustling done to get the building
.Mr 1 en F~a;,.gr 'A ie .,_,Wn f.'Rh1' JW, .-:.:+ ,Deted.


Also the Balance of Os N

Dress Goods Will be 0Xkai


One-Thi4 .to Oae.#

Less Than Formr Pkrin



RHEINAUJER&I






cala House Wincj


nRylnI


-. a',,


OLD ALLEGHANY


Put up 4 fullQuarto

Fancy Cartons.


Delivered at your Express


-4


$3.20


Iarh $1.00 aQuart W

ite for complete PricaI




House Wine RL M.


A itch i"n lime sws ni m
SSave many a sick &poll
by giving the child

BALLARD'S

HOREHOUND SYRUP.
EVERY MOTHER
should keep supplied with Ballard's Htorebomad Syrt if asb
wishes to save her children from seriotis sick spells. It con-
tains absolutely nothing injurious, does not constlpye. Good
for children as well as adults.
A cough often leads to consumption and should bh checked
immediately.

A Household Ne~sity.
J. C. Smith, Houston, Texas, writes: "I lie
Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my family for the pt
few years, and find it far superior to any other ecou ;
medicine we have tried. Every household shonid os
supplied with this worthy remedy." +
The Delight of Childrn
URES COUGHS, COLDS, WHOOPING
COUOH, SORE THROAT, BRO I-
TIS AND ALL LLNO TROUB 'S. ,
PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00
AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. R


lallard Snow Liniment Co.


500-52 North Second Street,


ST. LOUIS, MO.,


Sold and Recommended by
THE ANTIMOUOPOLY DORUOIEt


ROOMS WANTED
Wanted, two or three rooms furuish-
ed for fight housekeeping. Addre
this office.

NATURE'S WARNING
Ocala People Must (Reognize and
Heed It
Kidney ills come quietly-myster-
lously.


Men's and Boy's Omr,

and Pasts,


ORANGE OR THE H
Choice frait carefully yele^T8
the holiday trae. AsOrt
and tagusere If desired
Howard girovem at $.2.5 L. ,. K.
burndals. Address., LXX
either Aubumdale or Ocal

AN ALARMING TjA7n10,
frequently ressUs from
ged bowels sad torpid
-tl nation haei im <.hprou


The Gtietoif

Saleof Wit


Ladies' Coats, Suits

ahildten's-C


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