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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 31, 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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Volume ID: VID03005
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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^ Ciflomia Prunes 2-3ko,
&W e Syrup IW qt blItes,
NW* W dCo's. Pure Jellies
a nd ECMy,
I, Mind lerrtafl,
MImi Save and Glace Prunes,
Andwvy ad Bakter Paste,
Sbd MuuAdas.
-AT THE.-

TEAPOT GROCERY


ICIVER & MACKAY

FUNERAL nhRFCTORS

Iidsrtenakers and Embalmers


0. E. McIVER


ALFRED E. OWEN


Undertakers


Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All Work Done by Liooned Em
balmes and Fully Oudranteed.


A Choice Stock


Of

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Fresh Beet, Pork

I Mutton,
Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry,
Eggs, Fish," Oysters and
Choice Fresh Family Groc


cries, always on hand from
which to do your marketing.
Send or b-ing us your or
ders and they will have
prompt attention

W. E. SMITH.
No. 98 North Magnolia St:
Phone 132


C. J. PHILLIPS
SContracto and Builded.

Plans and Specificatione Furnished
Upon Request
129 South Third Sleet,
Ocala, Fla* Phone 130


Electrical Supplies.
I have a well selected stock
of Electric Fans, in both the
Generallectric 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
Lights, etc.
All kinds of electrical work
and repairing done at reason-
able prices, under a full guar-
antee. If your lights are out
of fix, cr you need wiring
.done, phone to No. 300.

-Walter Tucker.


OCALA PRESSING CLUB
J. F. WILLIAMSON, Prop.
We Make a Specialty of Ladies' Skirts
of all Kinds
Rates ReasonaMble-All Geeds Pressed
and C Maned on Short Notice and Deo
th-~i Piomeat Iv.


TAFT'S POLITICAL TAK

Says His Presidential Lightning Rod is
Not Up, but if Electric Fluid
Comes His Way, he Will
Not Dodge
Washington, 1t< 31.-Too relieve his
friends of the burd-in iof r.-jplying to
quo-rits? regarding his pr*-4id'ential a.-
ipiralioins, Sk-cretary Taft gave- (,out a
i-4tat.-iita-nt to the press- Saturda3y.
In ti&-- .tatt-ei*-nt f(h- se-4reftar y says
that hv. anmlitio.mn is not L political oue-
and that lht i-s not seeking thei pre-i-
do-titlial iiiiiiiiiiation at thIh h land., of
hI.s party.
lf -sayvs that lie does not expect to
bi th- candidatt- of the republican
party for pre.ridl-nit, but that he- is not
fooliss enough to say that in the im-
probabl <.-ev-nt (.f the opportunity be-
ing offered him to run for the office
that he would decline it. He says that
it would be an honor to be the can-
didate of his party and if he %\as of-
fered the opportunity to run he could
not and would not turn it down, al-
though he does nut expect to have that
great opportunity offered him at all.

IN PRAISE OF
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
Therq- 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
the attack if given at the first appear-
ance of the disease. It is especially
adapted to children as It is pleasant
to take and contains nothing Injurious.
"Mr. E. A. Humphreys, a well 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.


JUST


RECEIVED


A nice line of Cut Glass and


Silverware,


OCALA


JEWELERS,


FOR SALE
A Fine Ten-Room House
Will 'll nmy fine residence in the
first ward. It is a two-story, ten-room
house anid laz.- a bath and all modern
improvements.;, large lot, at a price that
%vill inter-st buyers. Price and terms
rEason',alt t.- a responsible buyer. Aro
leaving th-' city the cause of the sale.
Apply to M. Handelsman at the Bos-
ton Store, c ala. Fla.
SILVERWARE
I am showihi this season an unus-
ually pretty line of sterling silver and
guarinte#1.c plat. d silverware, In all of
tlhe dilff,i tt tolle and toilet articles.
A E. Burnett. the Jeweler.
HORSE SHOEING
Horse:: shAd in a scientific manner at
J. L Sinoak's Wagon Works.
PROOF PRESS FOR SALE
The Star has a good. second-hand
proof press it will sell cheap for cash.
Needs only a new blanket to be as
good as new, but it is too light for our
work.


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
Plttman & Son, the furniture men.
DEADLY SERPENT BITES
Are as common in India as are stom-
ach and liver disorders with us. For
the latter, however, there is V sure
remedy: Electric Bitters, the great re-
storative medicine, of which S. A.
Brown, of Bennettsville, S. C., says:
"They restored my wife to perfect
health after years of suffering with
dyspepsia and a chronically torpid
liver." Electric Bitters cure chills and
fever, malaria, biliousness, lame back,
kidney troubles and bladder disorders.
Sold on guarantee by Tydings & Co.,
druggists. Price 50 cents.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
22 lots 80xxl20 feet in city limits
and 215 one-acre lots just beyond city
llmits, in Allred's addition. Also 40
acres on A. C. L. track just north of
city, and 36 acres on S. A. L. railroad
adjoining city limits. Also land scrip
for locating U. S. lands. Security Ab-
stract :'o., Ocala, Fla.
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 tried many cough
medicines for croup, but Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy is king of all
and one tu be relied upon every time.
We also find it the best remedy for
coughs and colds, giving certain re-
sults and leaving no bad effects." For
sale by all druggists.
BUSINESS FOR SALE
A splendid, well established and pay-
ing busirems for sale. For particulars
apply to F. W. Ditto.
EARLY TO BED
And early to rise makes one healthy,
happy and wise -espevially If you take
Herbine before retiring. A positive
cure for constipation, dyspepsia and all
liver cormplaaints. Mrs. S.--. Columbia,
Tenn., writes: "I always keep a sup-
ply of your Ilerbine on hand. Amn so
pleased with the relief it gives in con-
stipation and all liver complaints, that
words can't express my appreciation."
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
BIG STOCK OF WATCHES
I have the best line of watches to
select from of avy house in Central
Florida. Watches for ladies and men,
and for any rice: also any design or


MUSIC


CO.,


OCATA, FLA


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


Slightly used, one 300 and
egg, and one large, 3-section
will sell for about half cost.
new. Ocala Furniture Co.


oue 200
brooder,
Good as


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 sling the goods cheap,.
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.


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Have Paralyzed the Industry of One
of the Largest Cities in
Rusian Poland
Lodz. Russia, Dec. 31.-In view of
the recent disorders, the result of the
action of the socialists and causing the
death of s#x and the wounding of
twelve, the proprietors of seven of the
lurgevt mills, employing 180,000 people,
announced that they would close the
mills.
The announcement caused great ex-
citement throughout the district on ac-
count of the apprehension that when
this great army of the unemployed
facer hunger, rioting will begin.
One mill owner said the reason for
closing the mills was because the so-
cialists control the entire city and are
murdering all who do not accede to
their demands.
The socialists, according to the latest
reports, have murdered a score, count-
ing the murders outside the city, and
are now threatening at the points of
revolvers, to compel citizens to feed
and lodge an unemployed socialists.
The manager of the Schneider cotton
mills and the foreman and engineer
f another mill, were murdered, and
the engineers and other employes of
other mills, fearing the same rate, re-
fuse to continue work under existing
conditions.
Many skilled workmen are leaving
Lodz.
-THE TEXAS WONDER
Cures all kidney, bladder and rheu-
matic troubles. Sold by all drugstores,
or two month's treatment by mall for
81. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street,
St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials.
Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.
BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE
You can get a splendid, established
business, lease on the store, or can
purchase the store If preferred. Apply
to k. W. Ditto, quick.
FOLLOWING THE FLAG
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Philipines, health was the most
important consideration. Willis T.
Morton, retired commissary sergeant,
U. S. A., of Rural Route 1, Concord,
N. H., says: "I was two years In
Cuba and two years in the Philip-
ines, and being subject to colds, took
Dr. King's .New Discovery for Con-
sumption, which kept mn In perfect
health. And now, In New Hampihlre,
we find It the beet medicine In the
world for coughs and colds, bronchial
troubles, and all ung diseases." Guar-
anteed at Tydings & Co.'s dugstome.
Price 50 cents and $1. Trial bottle free.
HAVE YOUR VISIT NG
CARDS ENGRAVED
The Star office will have your visit-
ing cards engraved and save you mon-
ey on them.

WHAT
Worth doing is worth doing well. If
you wish to be cured of rheumatism,
use Ballard's Snow Liniment and you
will be "well cured." A positive cure
for sprains, neuralgia, bruises, con-
tracted muscles and all the ills that
flesh is heir to. A. 0. II. Williams,
Navasota, Texas, writes: "I have used
Ballard's Snow Liniment for sprained
ankle and it gave the best satisfaction.
I always keep it in the house." Sold
by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
Harness factory and tannery, con-
veniently located. New buildings and
up to date machinery. Address, "Fac-
tory," care this paper,
This Will Interest Dyspeptics
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will
give you back 50 cents (purchasing
price) if Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy
fails to relieve or cure dyspepsia or
indigestion, or their symptoms, bad
breath, bad dreams, foul taste, consti-
pation, hawking, spitting, acid or gas


on the stomach, dizzy spells, heart
flutter, pains in the stomach, side or
back, extreme nervousness, belching.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when
all else fails, so don't be discouraged.
It strengthens weak stomachs. The
star of hops for all dyspeptics. Cures
the worst cases. Druggists or by ex-
press, 50c. AntI-Monopoly Drugstore,
Ocala, Fla. Call or write.
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES
Via Seaboard Air Line Railway
Dates of sale, Dec. 20th to 25th in-
clusive, Dec. 30th and 31st and Jan. 1st,
final limit Jan. 7th. For detailed in-
formation apply to the city ticket of-
fice. W. W. Condon, City T. A.


SAFE DEPSTi|

We have boxes to rut ata >.00p
hold a big lot of valable lpe, ^
larger boxes costing a little umo l :

MUNROR & CAM


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offers every legitomate iadiqe ^

meant to customers. CmMs'

deuce or a visit iovwte

J. B. BROOK&SCuAi*WIpi
th -r -,;


ALLEN W. BRI]


Dispenser of


P_ Ice Cream and Cowlaf i


Cholct Candies, Fftew 4 Q||1-
FfUaLkne of all Popd1a We of d i'$ W
Com i an ejoya ol drn or UA otiisr


Come in and enjoy a cold drink-ormanoe of am
the electric fans. Don't forget the place.

ALLEN SMUES' IE KErA PU
Next to Munroe'& Chambli,'BaiL
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND UiC I0D


We are Equipped to do the Very Bet Work am i- 4
the Latest and Best Metho_....:,. ..
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TMLomAPI elms Uwm oMff".
Chapel and Undertaking Parlors Corner X t'" '.
Oklawaha Avenue. ; '

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I have bought the woodyard located between Okwh fle"ar' a '-. "' '
Broadway, and have a stock of green anMd dry stove wood m n.; .w... .
pine, or mixed, as desired. Ab Ig load delivered to any Vpart '.Mg4-- '.' :7
$1 cash. Call at the yard or 'phone No. tO0. '" .S.'

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Fort Kingo G.oc... .-,

I have bought the Fort King Orooery and r,"ok o i *,. o
edit with a complete, fresh line of Sa*p 'ai .. ; '
Fancy Groceries for the family trade. I win v '
only the freshest and best goods to be hadM
will guarantee to sell them to you as cheap '4' ;X-- ..
one in the city. Country produce bought and i -. ', ,.., .
and fruits and baker's bread will be put. in i&6 wA -
days. Give me a share of your trade and if goa9'--. .
goods, courteous treatment and low prk-o t er, a, .' :
continuance of it, you will continue to trade w1 .' 'th., 'V ."
me. Rmpeotfully : '

-No L., 'w JLIAMS. Paaas&t-e;.. .


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manes its rights, Is sensational. The
tact that there Is not as much fatality
evident on the railroads of Florida as
elsewhere is no argument of their
physical condition. The country in this
state is more level, the grades and
curves easy, there are no rivers to
cross, the rate of speed is moderate,
and accidents should be very few. Na-
ture In this respect has been very kind
to the railroads in Florida. There is
no use in talking of the damage these
reports will do, It's done, and no one
Is to blame but the men who control
the S. A. L. and A. C. L In Florida. Had
they been half as eager to render a
fair service to the people as they were
to reap dividends, none of this outcry
would prick a guilty conscience. The
Tribune, a good paper and in which
we find many forceful and stimulating
editorials, in this case has made a
.most lamentable failure and one of the
"greatest mistakes" it has ever made
editorially. The Tribune can rest as-
sured that whenever the railroads in
a fair degree give the people what they
are entitled to these drastic demands
for justice will cease and they will re-
ceive commendatory editorials for all
that they do.


Supt. W. D. Camr was highly honored
Saturday at the St. Augustine .state
t mwr*ho my n n & t{rk bv heii nA1 r nam i j& -q1 a


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EVENING STAR

C. L. BITTINGEtR A Co.

S C. L. Sittinger and R. R. Carroll
Propletors and Publishers.

C. L. BITTINGER,
Editor and General Manager

R. R. CARROLL,
City Editor and Business Manager

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
Beginning with January 1st, 1907, all
subscriptions to the Dally Star will be
paYable strictly in advance. if the sub-
erLiber 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 oq a basis of $6 per year.
All "complimentaries." deadheads and
special prices will be discontinued,
and the subscribers will all receive the
paper on the same terms and rates.

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
With this issue ends the old year
and with the dawn of another day is
ushered in the new year. The past
year has been a ,rosperous one, and
let us hope that the one approaching
Is a duplicate of the one behind us.
For the blessings and favors of the old
year we are thankful and trust that
all of our friends and patrons have
nothing but kind words to say of its
fleeting shadow. Wishing one and all
a happy new year, the Star will in the
future, as in the past, be true to the
interests of the Brick City.

ANOTHER GREAT MISTAKE
The Tampa Tribune in an editorial,
the caption of which is, "A Great Mis-
take," berates the press of South Flor-
ida and especially of the west coast,
for its "inconsiderate cetisure" of the
physical condition cf the Seaboard
Air Line ant Atlantic Coast Line rail-
roads. "Inconsiderate censure" is
good, but has it been of that charac-
ter? Not on your life. The -conditions
were put up with until they became
intolerable and then the newspapers,
in response to an outraged and impos-
ed on people, spoke their piece without
one word of exaggeration. In proof
of which we take the statement of the
management of the road. They admit
the fact and say all that has been said
is true. They say that they are sorry
and will remedy the evil as soon as
possible and ask the imposed on people
to let up and not rub it in. It is also
charged that travel over these roads
is dangerous to life and limb. The fact
is proven in the too frequent wrecks,
caused by rotten ties. Have ties ceas-
ed to grow? We think not when we
note that the largest cargo that was
ever shipped from this state sailed
from our shores last week-20,000 of
them. Now, lack of cars and engines
have nothing to do with rotten ties.
Permitting this dangerous state of
affairs to exist Is wanton criminality,
and tne men who control these roads
shuAld be brought to Florida and be
made to stand trial for their gross
neglect of duty. The press has made
comparisons but not invidious ones,
only just ones, showing that there was
no road in Florida that made a record
as good as the best. We know that
the management has the money and
can pay as much as any other road
for ties. Then why did not they buy
them during the past two years and
put them under the present rails? Not
half the loss, the wreckage and delays
would be visible now. We know all
about the promises of these railroads.
They were easily made and easily
broken. They are striving to do better
now, but had they used one fourth of
their present activity in the past two
years, today we would have had a
reasonable service. The dear. good
' and kind Wallace Stovail deplores sen-
sational Journalism. God save the
mark. Because men in their righteous
indignation cry out and demand jus-
tice, the paper that voices the senti-
ments and feelings of a spirit that has
been trampled on till it turns and de-


HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE


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AN AWFUL WRECK ON THE
BALTIMORE & OHIO

Thirty-Eight Killed and Sixty Injured
at Terra Cotta, Three Miles from
Washington
Washington, Dec. 31.-An appalling
disaster occurred last night at 7 o'clock
on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad
at Tera Cotta, amout three miles from
this city, in which about thirty-eight
persons were killed and r ,-r -,xty in-
jured, some of them so .erirusly that
they will die.
The accident was caused by the. col-
lision of train No 6,, due her- at 6:25
p m., from Frederick. Md., known as
the Frederick special. with a deadhead
passenger equipment special of eight
cars.
Over 200 passengers were aboard the
ill fated train.
The railway officials were unable to
assign any cause for the collision.

AT THE METHODIST CHURCH


DO YOU KNOW
That Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription t
the only medicine for women, all the In-
gredients of which an printed upon
It. wrapper and have the unqualified
endorsement of the leading medical
writers of the several schools of practice.
recommending them for the cure of the
diseases for which the "Prescription" is
advised. Write to Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y., for a free booklet, and
read the numerous extracts from standard
medical authorities praising the several
ingredients of which Dr. Pierce's medi-
cines are made, and don't forget that no
other medicines put up for sale through
druggists for domestic use can show any
such professional endorsement. This, of
itself, is of far more weight and import-
ance than any amount of non- profes-
sional testimonials.
The "Favorite Prescription" cures all
woman's peculiar weaknesses and de-
rangements, thus banishing the period-
ical headaches, backaches, bearing-down
distress, tenderness and draging-down
sensations in lower abdomen, accom-
paniedl by weakening and disagreeable
catarrIal, pelvic drains and kindred
symptoms.
Dr. Pierce and his staff of skilled spe-
cialists may be consulted free by address-
ing as above. All correspondence is
treated as sacredly confidential. By con-
sulting In this way the disagreeable
questioning and personal "examinations"
are avoided.
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser contains some very interesting
and valuable chapters on the diseases
peculiar to women. It contains over one
thousand pages. It is sent post paid, ou
receipt of sufficient in one-cent stamps to
pay cost of mailing only, or 21 cents for
a copy In flexible paper covers, or 31 cents
for a cloth-bound copy. Address Dr. R.V.
Pierce, as above.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets regulate and invig.
orate stomach liver and bowels. One
a laxative, two or three cathartic.

It is pleasant to note the fact that
Marion's teachers were- a unit for W.
D. Cam for president of the state
teachers association, and the ranks
were splendidly headed by Professor
Workman, of the Ocala high school,
who conceived the idea and worked it
to a finish. This was one of the sec-
rets Prof. Workman had up his sleeve
at the last meeting of the Marion
county teachers association in Ocala,
when he asked Rev. C. C. Carroll to
take Mr. Cam for a walk. In their ab-
sence he made a talk before the as-
sociation and said it was their duty
an dan honor Mr. Cam was worthy of
and assured them that he could be
elected if they would all work for him.
The result of this work on the part
of the teachers from Marion was that
Mr. Cam was elected. The teachers
are loud in their praise of the intellec-
tual treat they enjoyed at St. Augus-
tine. Prof. Sparks, of the University
of Chicago and Prof. Clayton, of the
University of Tennessee, at Knoxville,
were the lecturers, and their talks
were intensely interesting and instruc-
tive along educational lines. The ad-
dress of all others on the program
were of a high order. The president
of the body, Supt. Russell, of Brooks-
viUe, editor of the Brooksville Argus,
and State Supt. Holloway's addresses
were worthy of a place on the program.
Miss Rutherford of the Jacksonville
schools, was made vice-president of
the association; Supt. Crumpton, Lees-
burg, treasurer; J. G. Kellum, Talla-
hascee, secretary. Marianna will be
the next place of meeting. The hospi-
tality of St. Augustine was most cor-
dial.
Mrs. A. C. Higgie, representing the
famous Tetley's teas, manufactured in
London, England, is in the city and
will draw and serve tea at the Teapot
Grocery on Wednesday, Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday. Lovers of good
tea should be sure to be present and
try the same. This tea will be served
free. Remember the days.

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.


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.

Plenty of time, plenty of wine
Plenty of money at holiday time
All of them say in this journalist day
Spend all your money in a holiday way.
If you want to get a dollar
In the merry month of May
You'd have them all begin to holler
They'd grab you by the collar
They will help you on in May
In Carrie Nation way
So always keep a dollar
And then they'd never holler
You'd be happy on your way
In the merry month of May.
H. D. Fuller.


R. D. FULLER.


ALL KINDS OF

REPAIRING

DONE
Ocala, -


SFlorida.


L.. F. BLALOCK.


FULLER & BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEONS
OWe Over lnrm m& Chambliss' Bank
OCALA, FLA.

Terms- Cash.


ABOUT THE EYES


ORANGES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Choice fruit carefully selected for
the holiday trade. Assorted oranges
and tangerines if desired from the
Howard groves, at $2.25 f. o. b. Au-
burndale. Address, E. M. Howard,
either Auburndale or Ocala.
LOST, TWO COLTS, BOTH SORREL


One two and a half years old; mare;
sorrel, slender tail with few white hairs
in it. One is a horse colt, eight months
old: surrel; star face; left hind foot


beautiful


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NO STORE1I n Hlia presm a mere bal, mse or a saw he u1 a, w
member ol the faly or amy .me d yo trirk s, amil at & saw lime as med as de as m
buying presents get m ng bal t wnn be ikept amd Lo orhi u e. usuiU
times, and ake your seledlos. -
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A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PICTURES


Framed or unframed.


The finest line to select from iw the
country.


Beaflil Pormere amn Lace Cutais.
Mantle, Table Scarfs, and Fire Screens in all
the beautiful makes.


The Largest and Prettiest Lnes o Rgs
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
Mission finishes-Old English, Antwerp, and

Also Chairs at Rckers


the different
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 hay elegant leather and plush upholstered.
straight and Morris Chairs, Rockers. and Dining Chairs.
The most comprehensive line of Reception Chairs, and
Rockers, in Oak, Willow and Leather, that one could want
to see. Also a pretty line for the children, from 5SC to $4 each
You should not furnish your dining room until you have
seen our Tables, in round or square, in any finish, but par-
ticularly pretty in the Golden Oak and Mission.

Handsome Sideboards, Balfks, and China Closets
in the different and pretty finishes. All styles of Dining
Chairs, Art Squares, and a complete line of domestic and
imported China Sets. A new line of

Parlor and Hall Lamps That Are Very Attractive.

Toilet Sets and Jardialers.


Rev. Atkisson made his first appear-
anee in the pupit of the Methodist
church Sunday morning and by his
cordial and friendly remarks made
many friends. He asked everyone not
in church to tackle him when they
met on the streets and tell him who
they were so he could extend to them
the cordial hand of goodwill, and that
he would be friends to them and do
their souls good. His talk made a very
pleasing impression.
Rev. Atkisson took for his theme
"Individuality" and from It preached
a very earnest, impressive and eloquent
sermon, showing how the influence of
great leaders left their mark on the
human race. How Wellington at
Waterloo decided the fate of Napoleon;
Hume stood for atheism in England,
Voltaire for infidelity in France, Lu-
ther for reformation and regeneration
the world over: Cyrus Field introduc-
ed electricity and Edison, whose gen-
ius in making it usful to mankind, i
whilc Christ, the- risen Savior, in his
incarnation was the redeemer of the
world. All these individual forces had
their meaning, their teaching and for
the power of these striking individual-
ities the world has grown better andt
stronger.
The emphatic words of the speaker ,
were well received and many were the
kind complimentary remarks made of
his sermon.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.
The following teachers from Marion
county attended the state teachers as-
sociation meeting in St. Augustine last
week: J. H. Workman. Miss Nellie
Stevens, Miss Susie Fort, Miss Mar-
garet Taylor, also Mrs. Charles J.
Phillips, Miss Annie Mixon and her
two guests, Ocala; W. W. Smith and
wife, Anthony; Miss Cora Murray,
Griner Farm; Reddick, E. R. Simmons;
McIntosh, Miss Donella Griffin, Miss
Mary Taylor, Miss Roberta Farra, Miss
Bessie McRae; Summerfleld, Miss An-
nette Gist and her sister, Miss Eliza-
beth Gist, McIntosh; Dunnellon, Miss
Cora Ross; Charter Oak, Miss Frankle
Ross; Gaiter, Miss Inez Ross and Miss
Addle Cappleman; Weirsdale, Miss May
Shonter; Cotton Plant, Miss Ray Folks,
also her brother: Heidtville, Miss An-
nie Folks; Weirsdale, D. W. Griffin.
They all returned home Sunday, had
a glorious time and wouldn't have
missed it for a month's salary.

Mr. P. Jumeau. of Paris, Is at the
Ocala House for a few days. Mr. Ju-
meau was for a number of years a
resident of Ocala. He will be'in Flor-
ida about two months.

Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Hosmer, who are
spending a few weeks at the Brown
House at Silver Springs, accompanied
by Mrs. Frank Brown, drove into the
city today and made the Star office a
pleasant visit.


The House Furnishers,


t OCALA LODGE NO. 19

, Conventions held every Monday at
7:30 p. in. Castle Hall over Peyser's
store. A cordial welcome to visiting
brothers. Jake Brown, L. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.


I~.0.0.O-F.
Tulula Lodge, No. 22,. I0. 0. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening In
Yonge's Hall.
Special Meeting Wednesday Night
No meeting will be held Tuesday
night but a special meeting will be;
held Wednesday evening to install the 3
recently elected officers.
E. Jeffords, N. G.
W. E. Bryant, Secretary. W


K. a T. M. HM


Ocala Tent No. 1409. 1:
K. 0. T. M. M., will hold
its regular semi-monthly meeting at
Yonge's Hall Wednesday evening, Jan-
uary 9. G. W. Martin, R K.
T. D. Bryan, Commander.



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A regular communi-
cation of Marion-Dunn Lodge, 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.


, B. o.PE.
SNotice of Session of
5 Ocala Lodge No. 851,
Benevolent and Pro-
^f^^^^^-' qn -. ^ *w^. ik.


In Golden Oak-, isye M-
of Brass Beds f all styt, l l H
Florida. Blankets and B6e an oIf
Pretty l)ressing Tables and odd 'j
finishes.

Ladlsw Wrwft Dub l .
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Gentlemen's Office Tables and Rol}Top Di.h
Sectional Book Casesa plain and leaded #lm
Cases. Music Cabinets in Oak and Mahogaay,

Laread SSW Ukw tdM

Pretty Bathroom Mirrors, Medicin e Cabite
Whatnots, Ladies' Work Baskets and TabJ -


COOKIN G STOVES, iU S,"i

STOVES.
Handsome.sets of Harness, Saddles; Vnaiho
Suit Cases. all sizes and shapes, fro"i the dN-a
finest made. Trunks of all styles and kind.,
prices. We also have a most attractive lot o(

Wagms thr ke et

Raingin I prIIiA


If in this List


you do not find wIat


want, inquire for it, as this is only I a

partial list of what we carry.


& McKay


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Ocala, F


FURNITURE FUIIRN.U


Don't think for a mifntethat we haw g.
out oi the Farn'm4e Bunam in (q t We
are here to stay and have ..m e m -U y
fine bargains to offtrh FUnMTWllE aJ d
kinds of HOUSE FURMISHKS bo mwew ad
:.econcd-and.
Our holiday Une is omintag I and -
many rare bargains I beaiful goi.n Gi-Nt
as a call and we will save you mowy.*



A. PITTMAN &
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OLD ALLEGHANY PURE E'


Put up 4 foil Quarts in

Fancy Cartoms.


Delivered at yor Exp Office


$3.20


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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 190


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FRED G. B.


WEIHE,


THE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.

We Have one of the Largest, Most
New and Complete Stocks of
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS,
WATCHES,
RINGS,
PINS, EMBLEM PINS,
CHAINS AND FOBS,
HAIR ORNAMENTS, Etc.,
That Has Ever Been Shown in This
City
In Cut Glass, Fine China, Fine Ster-
ling and Plated Silverware, Souvenir
Postal Cards, Clocks, Etc., we do
not Acknowledge a Better Stock in
This Section.


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WANTED AT ONCE
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.
W. Petteway, Dunnellon, Fla.
WANTED
An elderly white woman can get a
good home in small family by apply-
ing to this office.
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 NOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.
THE ELK'S CAFE
Mrs. Ellis Mathews is conducting a
first class eating house in the Elk's
Cafe, and is rapidly building up a fine
business.


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TEAS


- .,TETLEY'S TEAS

S W -be Derawn d Served Free Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Satur-
41. by Mr'. A. C. Higpie, ropr-osnting the Tetley Company.


IT TE:FPOT GROCERY


OCA A uOCCyRRENCES! luny .JI Robin-un Ar Tanipa, is ih
!Ethe city on business. Mr .Rubinson
S-- ------- says considering the time of year. hi
Gold beadt at Condon's. was never selling as many of the fa-
mous gunny Jimi and Hub shoes as he
.ponces BakAy, phone 332. is Just now.


: K. of P. meet this evening.
Fan at Condon'a, 10c. to $7.
Odd Fellows meet Wednesday night.
Pearl beauty pins at Condon's.
Masons meot Thursday evening.
Japanese Jardiniers at Condon's.


"Phone 100 if your lights are out of


Umlbrella Jars at Condon's.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Camp have re-
:" turned to their Roanoke, Va, home.
.'.
, Our winter stock of rugs, art squares
VA imattings is sa'd to be the finest
S T ar shown In Ocala. Mclver &%fac-
say.
S' M~V' Sue Anderson entertained her
. dancing class Saturday afternoon.
S Green Springs natural mineral water
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


Our line of ladies' desks aud com-.
bination desks and book cases will be
found exceedingly handsome. Mclver
& MacKay.
Mrs. (. H. Harrison is entertaining
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Wall and her
daughter, of Griffin, Ga.
We want your prescription business
and are better prepared than ever to
take care of It. Tydings & Co.


There were twenty-five arrivals at
the Montezuma for Sunday.
COW FOR SALE-Fine Milker, with
young calf. Broken to lead and tie.
Price, $50, spot cash. E. C. Smith.
W. 0. Bo~tick, and sons, Wildwood;
Miss Julia Norwood and Miss Martha
Kirby, Sumterville, were at the Monte-
zurna Sunday.


Until January 1st special prices on
Cut Glass and China
at the I',,ostffice Drugstore.
Mr. George McLean of Conant is at
the Ocala House.


H. ROBINSON, President.
IL H. ULITCH manager. J. C. BOOZER, Asst. Manager.
GEO. J. BITCH, Teller.


The Strong Hold the


COMMERCIAL BANK,


OCALA, ILA.


Has Upon Public Confidence is


Evidenced


by Its Large


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SALE


Belotre taking stock will sell


every article in the store at


greatly reduced prices.


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Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, President.
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Secretary.
The Misses Mcllvaine and Mrs. Wn.
Miller, of Spartanburg, S. C., who have
been the guests of Captain W. G. Mc-
Ilvaine, returned home Sunday.
FOR SALE-At the city pound at
high noon tomorrow, one hog and one
cow. Here is a chance to get cheap
pork and beef.
Hon. Horatio Davis, of Gainesville,
is a guest of the Montezuma.
FOR SALE-A lot of comparatively
new household goods; 4 bed room sets;
a dining room set; hall rack; side-
board; bookcase; fine Vienna parlor
suite WVil sell cheap for cash if sold
at once. Apply to M. Hardlesmon,
at the Boston Store, Ocala, Fla.


Teakwood stands at Ocala Music Co.
W. M. Barco of Dutton, is a guest of
the Montezuma.
WANTED-Position as saw filer and
hammerer. Can furnish best of recom-
mendations. Leave orders at the Star
office or Glenwood hotel.
Mr. Thomas Bev'ille, of Center Hill,
is in the city on business and made
the Star office an appreciated call.
Children's sliver cups at the Ocala
Music Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Q. E. Peacock returned
yesterday from a week's visit to friends
at Williston and Dunnellon.
We have a complete line of drug-
gist's sundries and drugs. The most
up-to-date In the city. Tydlngs & Co.
T. M. Timmons, of Coleman, and S.
WV. Bishop, of Romeo, are at the Monte-
zuma.

The finest line of soaps, toilet pow-'
ders, etc., in the city, and the finest
10c. soap on the market. Tydings &
Company.
J. J. Hughes and wife of Richmond,
Va.. are at the Ocala house.
Don't fail to see the fine line of la-
dies' umbrellas, most suitable for hol-
iday gifts, at A. E. Burnett's, the Jew-
eler.

Miss Leafy Sylvester went to St.
Petersburg yesterday afternoon to
spend a few days with her aunt and
grandmother.
The Standard Electric Company, of
Jacksonville, with which Mr. Otto
Mente is connected, will please accept
the thanks of the editor of the Star
for a calendar of the new 3ear, illus-
tracting in tine effect an Indian, sig-
naling from the rock-bound crests of
the mountains.
Silver carving sets at the Ocala
Company.


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


GOODIES FOR YOU


Lime Mints, Olive Chow-Chow, Bulk
Olives, Pulled Figs, Washed Figs in
Baskets, Walnut Meats, Shelled Al-
monds, London Layer and Cluster
Raisins, Currants, Seeded Raisins,
Swiss Cheese, McLaurin's Imperial
Cheese, Pitted Dates, Duffy's Apple
Juice in pints and quarts, Cranberr7
Sause, Mince Meat, Honey Strainel,
Crystalized Fruits, Huyler's Chocol ite
Dipped Triscuits, Heinz's Preserves In
Crocks, Heinz's Apple Butter, Walim.ts,
Brazils, Pecans' Almonds, Chow-Ct.ow.
India Relish, Olive Oil, Celery Relfsh,
Dunham's Cocoanut, the best on earth
for Ambrosia; Apples, Oranges, Can-
for Ambrosia, Apples, Oranges, Candy.
0. L. GROCERY

May glad New Year
Bring us good cheer
May luck abound,
And cash be found
The country 'round.
May prices stop
From further hop
And take a drop.
May grafters all,
From Pete to Paul,
Get sadden fall.
May politics,
And other tricks,
Get hit with bricks.
May all the trusts
Get all the busts,
And come to crusts.


May ice and coal
(They'are cheek by
Get in a hole.


jowl.)


May millionaires
Skip all their heirs
And whack on shares.
May fortune smile,
And lucik beguile
Us all the while.
Here's to the New,
And me and you,
And al the crew.
-JoeKerr In Savannah News.
Mr. Paul Durand is in the city visit-
ing his mother for a few days.

WE SMV7 K BEST HOT CHOCOLAE
I~N TOWN,




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Among the people who dined at the
Ocala House yesterday were Mr. and
Mrs. Atkisson and daughter, Messrs.
Allen Bridges, Ben Raysor, Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Hampton, Miss Ethel Har-
ris and Mary Affieck.


Millions of bottles of Foley's Honey
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hardaker, who T. W. TROXL L. and Tar have been sold without any
have been guests of the Ocala house ,person ever having experienced any
since returning from their wedding other than beneficial results from Its
tour. left Saturday for Martel, where use for coughs, colds and lung trou-
they will make their home. DAVIl 0 WOIOI D lOW bles. This is because the genuine Fo-
DAVIII So W UU UW lIey's Honey and Tar in the yellow
A new line of Iron beas, nearly one package contains no opiates or other
hundred different patterns and any EA harmful drugs. Guard your health by
price desired, at Mclver & MacKay's. RE L TA refusing any but the genuine. Sold by.
all druggists.
Mr. Donald Ferguson, county regis-
tration officer was in town this morn- PHOSPHATE LANDS A wood, wood. Order your stove wood
ing from Berlin on his way to Balti- from B. H. Seymour. Phone 18.
more to consult a specialist on cancer. SPECIALTY. Don't wait untill freezing weather.
Free fertilizer can be had at the D. X 31, HOLDERBL OCK W. E. Brown, manufacturer of shoes,
W. Tompkins Livery Stable by calling 0 at Marblehead. Mass., but who Is at
Sfor the same. OCALA, FLORIDA. Eastlake for the winter, was in town
today and autographed for the Star.
Bud Bradley was tried in Justice
Bullock's court this morning and fined PHOSPHATE LANDS For chapped and cracked hands
$25 and costs for stealing a gun. He Either i hard rocic or pebble region, nothing is quite as good as an appli-
sold the gun for 75 cents. If developed I can sell them for you. cation of DeWit's Witch Hazel Salve.
F- If not developed, I can have the work Put it on before going to bed, use an
For dyspepsia or indigestion drink or old pair of gloves and see what a dif-
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The Gieatest


CARD OF THANKS TRAIN SERVICE IMPROVING
The Kirg'. Daughte-f extend their The passenger serv'ic nn the A. C.
he:-arty thanks to all those who con- L. railroad has been steadily imi.rov-
tributed to mak*. Chri'tinas indeed to ing for the past few days. both on the
those who through sickness and cir- day and night trains. This is being
curtmstances wouid nev,-r have known done without any of the new engines,
what <'hristxi s meant. Some forty and some of these are soon expected
children v ere taken f-r. of and ten or, on this run.
twelve adults. The severity of the-
weatLer caused much suffering and to CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
thoze wh:su generously contributed;
money, made it possible for us to buy With local applications, as they cannot
Utie nece. ties of life. wood. shoes, reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
flour. meal. etIL. and to the children of I a blood on constitutional disease.
th. public :'hools and the kindergarten ahi. in order to cure it you must take
witn thdlr genero donations of ev- internal medicines. Hall's Cattrrh
ermthitig thut -was good for the untor- Cure is taken internally and acts di-
tunatP and those who .o thoughtfully rectly on the blood and mucous sur-
sent toys. dolls, p.aythings, candles, faces. Hall's Catarrh Cur. is not a
nut-, etc.. for the little ones, and the quack medicine. It was prescribed by
Sflue box of oranges. Nothing came one of the best physicians in this coun-
Sarnibs. and to each and. all we say, try for year4 aibd is a regular prescrip-
"G-d4 bless you." I doubt if ever con- tion. It is composed of the best tonics
tributions were ever received with more known, combined with the best blood
thankfuine-s and more blessings for purifiers, acting directly on the mu-
"their good friends" as they called cous surfaces. The perfect combina-
them. Children danced for very joy, tion of the two ingredients is what pro-
tears rolled down the cheeks of those duces such wonderful results in cur-
who had not been able to do for their ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials
little ones. The severity of the weather free. F. J. CHENEY & CO,
and lack of assistance made it hard for Proprietors, Toledo, 0.
those who distributed, but all those Sold by druggists, price, 75c. Take
said with smiling faces and happl Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
hearts, "We have enjoyed every mo-
ment, and as the darkness closed CITY IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY
around us and the cold increased, and
we returned to our homes, we said, 'We The regular monthly meeting of the
have been more than 'epaid, for surely' City Improvement Society will be post-
it is more blessed to give than to re- poned on account of Tuesday being
ceive'.' New Year's day.


ARIEL LADIES' QUARTET
This piendid quartet will give one
of their popular entertainment at the
armory on Wednesday night, Jan'. nd.
The press of the south is most liberal
and eloquent in its praise of these la-
dies and a musical and literary treat
is in store for our people. Following
is a specimen program, though not
necessarily the one that will be ren-
dered Wednesday night.
Quartet, "Reveries"-Ariel Quartet.
Reading. "'The Corporal's Christmas"
-Miss Dickinson.
Violin solo, "Spanish Dance"-Miss
Leavitit.
Soprano solo, 'Waltz Song"-Miss
Dnovan.'
"Quartet "'Familiar Airs"-Ariel
Quartet.
Contralto song. "Ba Low Slumber
Song"-Miss Sampson.
Reading, "A Mis-Adventure"-Miss
Dickinson.
Quartet, "Song of the Shepherdess"-
Ariel Quartet.
Duet, -Venetian Boat Song"-Miss
Donovan and Miss Dickiu'on.
Soprano song, "Fiddle and I'-Mlss
Leavitt, with violin obligate.
Drapery studies in costume-Mgas
Dickinson.
Song in Costume-Ariel Quartet.
A BIG MERCHANDISE TRADE
Mr. D. D. Fitzgerald has bought the
immense stock of Kibler Bros. at Dun-
nellon and has taken charge of the
same. In addition to the Immense line
of goods at Dunnellon Mr. Fitzgerald
also bought the commissary stocks at
Felicia, Rockwell, Hernando and stock
and building at No. 8. The considera-
tion was $40,000.
Mr. J. S. Bond will be auditor and
Mr. Marion A. Motes manager.
The new firm will keep a first-class
stock of goods at all of the stores.
and make a strong and deserving pull
for new business.
The Kibler Bros. built up within the
past five years, one of the largest and
finest mercantile businesses in the
turpentine section of Florida. They
retain their steamboat, live stock and
real estate contracts and five or six
commissary stocks at different points.
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
Mr. E. P. Thagard, who, by the way,
was the first man to pay for his daily
Star for the year 1907, on the last day
of the year 1906, says that he arrived
in Ocala Just twenty-five years ago
today and has never been sorry that
he came here and least of all today.
Mr. Thagard has witnessed many
changes in Ocala during this quarter
of a century.
BANKS WILL CLOSE
The three banks of the city will close
tomorrow on account of New Year's
day being a legal holiday.
Mr. L. L. Aiken, postmaster at Rock
Springs, returned this morning from
Lakeland, where he has been to wit-
ness the marriage, Sunday, of his-liece
Miss Ruby Brazell, formerly of Dun-
saeilon. Speaking of the effects of the
cold snap in that section, said it was
quite severe and many oranges on the
trees were frozen. He said the Ju-
meau grove at Winter Haven had its
full crop of fruit 'on and although most
favorably located, It was feared the
fruit had been lightly touched.
Ensign Robert Allen Burford, who
has been spending the holidays with
his parents, left today for Bostoni to
join his ship.
No! Huyler's candies have not ad-
vanced in price. You can buy Huyler's
as cheap as you can any other kind.
A fresh supply Just received at T. W.
Troxler's.

H. Talbott Smith, business manager
for the Trip to Atlantic City and the
Sweet Sixteen Co., was at the Ocala
House today on business for his com-
pany, but could find no place to ex-
hibit in Ocala.
Buy your mileage books and tickets
over the A. C. L. from R. T. Adams,
the city ticket agent. Office in the
Ocala Hou.se.


Land Titles Examind.


Fire Insurance on City Buildn, IWud M


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KNIGHT & L.i.. ..

SuccessorstoS.A STANUE t &CI
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A Full Stock of Wagons, Carriages, Btgg. gi a i:. *':.
Saddlery and all the Aocompanying Aiw, L- c ..

HEAVY FARM 4ND TUMRPE9N= I WAGG0j%
Exclusive Agents for the Famous White Hksq.-B. .
tine Wagon. Prompt Attention to outct'rowu i

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.WEATHER FORECAST
Washington, Dec. l.-Flf- tonight
and colder in north portion. Tuesday
fair and colder, except in southeast
portion.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. F. Rogers of At-
lanta, are guests at the Ocala House.
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Puff boxes, nail brushes, tooth brush-
es, hair brushes, military brushes,
rosewood and celluloid mirrors, whisp-
brooms, and all other tolet articles.
A beautiful line to select from. Ty-
dings & Co.

A. L, Lambert, of Baltimore, Is at
the Ocala House.
It is a mistake to use a violent ca-
thartic to open the bowels. A gentle
movement will accomplish the results
without causing distress or serious
consequences late. DeWitt's Little
Early Risers are recommended. Bold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
We are displaying a rnavdUflt Ilte
o. screens, In all sizes, styles and
makes. Mclver & MacKay.
LOST-Ring with a number Q( keys
attached. Supposed to have dropped
them at postoffce Saturday. Deward
for the return of same to P. H. -Nugent.
Backache, cold hands and feet, rheu-
matism, and kindred ailments, cmasd
by Improper action oC the kidneys
yield readily to a short treatm ut of
DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder P1k.
They quickly drive the poison from
the system and thus afford relief. A
week's treatment for 25 cents. Recom-
mended and sold by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.

Until January 1st special pricewan
Cut Glass and China
at the Postoffice Drugstore.
See those handsome dining tables,
sideboards and hall racks at Mclver &
MacKay's. dtf
All kinds of goods for the holidays
at the Ocala News Company.
BUSINESS FOR SALE


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Mr. Barganler, of 210HiE l V 14
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Phosphate Company's SM $ -r
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on bis way to &Aksox=m.


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idten's Coats,. ,'--1

Men's and Boy's OvetcoatS

ad Pants,:"

Also the Balanmce of Ow Stock

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1The numlCi; hap and Harda Trion
T oi h9 Exerts, IntroducdngDifficut Dobe SoBmrsault
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MAD NITA LE GARDE
And fbcituWi HUlIh School Horse Vlriulna."
Fa* me- Um
^onduefii1 Hil Family SceyAcrobats
Six In number, itredudng all the latest drina' Tricks.

Commodore, Mm s Wosderfa Mufhi the Worwd
Performing te remarkable feat of walking a tight rope 1 mid-air.
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THE RICHARDS, Famous RkIers
Prlpdpai Jockeys and Two Hors Equerienes.

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-aing downtown, Ditck?"
"Not in this iood. My umbirella has
Sbrok rib." .
"You are almost a surgeon. Why
dn't you set It?"'. asked Joe. "Take
So. aAd have yours aesded."
"Have mine Ixed, too will you?"
cll a vqlee from the next room.
"Mine needs a patch," sad another
young tudeat of medicine, appearing
La the door.
"I say, .et the handle put on mine
while you're about it," demnd&4 a
third.
Dkck departed with Joe Dart's um-
brella over his head and three disabled
oem, blIdea bs own under his arm
After leaving them with an umbrellau
leIder he did o se shopping and wert
ito a corner drug shop to wait for a,
ear. He was absorbed In the marvel-
oIn representakoms of a new patent
medlciae l ts glacins out of the win-
dow, be mw his ear, seIsed the near-
et mbre la i a iwri to the door.
As he paied out a feminine ie

"Stop thief! He' tolen my unm.
bmnar
Without the fantert suspicion at
It retired to lhim Dick ran and jumped
on the ar.
When he reached the boarding. house
be carried Joe's umbrella to his Own
room Aid forgot It until the next ralrjy
O W, when is friends Inquired for

SrePairs will be finished today.4
I'l b #nour~nmbrellas on my waW
bck -omlthe hospital he told them.
he went ootIwlth Joe's umbr -
la, w eb he bad ot returned, it struck
iM being ra i smaUll for a man,
't hadi t occurred to him
Ican ie t eore1
As u eated -irf t ear go-
g thej noe to him
muttered a an ji 1 a.t Dick
xmovd hibn of b and
VoWgSMd, fearing he t on her
foot, to blh i 1nsent she
Whispered:
"I e-gratlato you yog man.
You have hadl a very su'estul morn-
ing. If It were not for making a scene
tat wumid et my name Into the pa-
pre, I Mhoau denoumce ye here and
now." v


Dick ws Ipeechi. RBe started to
his feet.
"Don'ta, sut o I recognize my
stolen jabrela right there in your
baudr
"NorU street bawled tde con-
Lucter."s 1
" will leave you to your own con-
btemsIe* added the woman Ind was
Ie. befft Dick recovered sOciently
to rtort.
"Isn't this your umbrella? he asked
Joe when be reached the hcLse.
"it'a five times as go6d. Where did
you get It?"
"I must have evAthnged with some-
body," said Dick ruefully.
"Take my silver watch out And swap
It off for a gold one, will you?" said'
Joe.
'"Who shnll you take to the next as-
sembly?" Joe Inquired later.
"I have asked Miss Mildred Wells,
but, as I have only met her once, she
will probably decline."
"Not Milly-with- tbe-mercenary-moth-
er. She won't be permitted to refuse
an invitation from the only son of a
gold mine."
"Her mother has never even heard
Of me," said Dick crossly.
"She'll find you out soon enough.
She keeps a regular Bradstreet's of
eligible men. She has married all her
nieces to diamond tiaras and is Just
waiting for a chap like you to crown
her daughter. Her permission won't
he asked this time, though. She is go-
tog away tonight Milly told me so
this afternoon."
Joe was right, and Mildred accepted
Dick's Invitation. During her mother's
abemee she was relegated to the chap-
eroage of a much married cousin,
who was too engrossed in the pursuit
of sterilied nutrimentt an" sanitary
apparel for her children to keep a
vigilant eye on her guest
hhe night of the assembly found her
unable to leave her youngest, who,
having deposited a dime In his insides,
refused to honor a draft of mustard
and warm water for the amount The
distracted mother was easily persuad-
ed to allow Milly to go with a friend.
"I shall have to leave early," Milly
told her escort "Mother will be home
at I o'clock, and I must be there to
greet her. I have been staying with
Cousin Carrie, you know, but I prom-
bied mamma I would be back at our
own house whea she arrives."
They leftthe dance at midnight and
started for- Mildred's home. When
they reached ghe house Dick Inserted


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"My father had been a uffererfro sickleltadah.
for the list iweniy-fliv years and ver foud any
relief until he began king your Casueats. Me*
he has begun takingcascarets be bha never hlad
the headache. The* have entirely ered kim.
CamCarets do what yoaroeommeud them to do. I
will give you the pavilegs of using his sme."
L.M. Dickson 1120 Reet erSk. W.isdaailoU, id.


Pleasant, Paatable" PotNt, Taste Good Do 439
Never Sitcken, Weaken or Grlpe. Ie. ie M. Ne4v
told In bWk. The genulue iNta etammd 000.
uMAtoed to cure or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. g
AMIAL SALE, TRL MUMI 301


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hepcdae Wka to la*h Nt f--il'
toutbit Vida a' loadedW- B e4|
hisnds of a fmiudah forpl*"o 7,lw
latig to one's e of ta if its.
situation Is istaluel.
"Ah, ha, yoan man!" ed tUS-
umphantly. "I bame got yea -ew-a
'Daniel come to jmdgmewt!"
"In the Bou't det, yoa meivA, aw
Dick. '
"You are deliveredI nto my hands by
an interpositioa sent direct from Pri
dence."
"You're mlstakea the postmark; IWa
from the other place," protested the
wrisonmer.
It was futile to explain.
"You shall not escape me a seca
time. March straight Into that coset."
She locked hRim in, withdrew the key
and left the r9an.
Dick glued his ear to the keyhole,
heard an electric bell, followed 'by the
banginu of the front door, and bt cus-
todlan returned, accompanied by Mil-
dred.
"Cousin Carrie gave me permsioa
to go to the dance, mamma," she said,
"and we left, as we thought, In plenty
of time to reach here before you."
"What do you mean by 'wer I tfId
you alone at the front do*."*
"Why, Dick-I mean Mr. Brown-was
with me. My key wouldn't work. so
he got in the window. He must be In
the house somewhere., Itsfauny you
Haven't seen or 'ead him."
"I caught a young thief In the act
of biding under my bed, and I bave
put him where he cant do any tea@M
unless.from sheer vkclou-e- he sa
At to tear my elothm"
"For Ia 'a ,aef, m ma, =ou
haven't mistaken Dkf fta a bwglakr!
Why, be Is the only son of Rlebard
Jones-Brown of Boomvrille, who owns,
the largest gold mine tf the west."
"hat', a iHe,- *id the gentle nt
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Fat, round aad fuof life aud mischieL
Pik and white ` dotted with dig
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r4mnistered by a mother wbose love
was tempered with common sense.
She knows ,that lZOMULSION i
a fountain of energy for growb-pa,
too. It stois waste of flesh. It makes
plenty of rich blood. For pale. feeble
folk it is itc chief nourisher at life's
feast It cIjrcs Col3um-tion .whA
taken in time. A druggists sell it-
50 cents and $z.oo the bottle. Let w
send you
Fre Sam"ple kte eby Ed
Write letter or postal to
OZOMUSION CO.
So Pine Street. now Yfk

WOOD CHOPrRPR WANTED
The Star h a large quantity of
wood on hand, Kid will pay Lair wages
to any man wI will cut it Into stove
lengths.


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emer. met K Im at. -ib :a|
New York lt week li -1 _
send =m a phwtopraph of tl|W W|. ^
Is student In the medical Il
aseMak him to aftae." S1
M~ly pfcl d vp*teBopfe mall
a i-upsomea
thlay on the table.
must bet a phot ogp t
a tl.-.I" **d. "
re. Wlr tore off fe eve j :
clo the u mIt." ebl, lUke ei
el come to jadi
apsingl Into a chatr. -
osnatched the photograph.
t he the best oking t.g you 4
Vm Xinply mTsyK about M m ,
hear?" bawled Dick.bM
li the closet door.
gradom, u l,
S him up? G ma the keg thin
1:rtaonL'
ibkon't Mld him got til I get vp
tn" ploredM the old woman. VTve
= l NIm not once, bu t twice. k e
wB ney r forgive neverr"
1at for reasons best krno*t to
Mildred that ho wo
I am


FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Kvenmg Star to read and ta4e
away with you free with your mea
at KeDAK g's Cafe.
DIAMOND$I DIAMONDSI I
I have Just received a pretty Use of
diamonds of the finest grades. C&* ad
see the pretty stone. A. IL Bur*t,'
the Jeweler. ,
MAILING MACHINE FOR ILEl
The Star has a good mustang mail"
and about thirty galleys to match th
it will sell cheap for cash. The mallle
and galleys are In good order, some
the galeys" never having ben us
The increase of ou subscrption l
requires the use of a more rapid ma-
chine, therefore we wish to sell the
one now in use.


TmvelinxW lIth Prolt.
That "the dunce thai gpei to Rome'
Is not always the snpritor of "*thr
dunce that stays at home" Is sh.wn bi -
the following anecdote from A. J. .C
Hare's "The' Stor of My Life:" C
Gibson. the eminent uglis- sculp-
tot, used to relate with great gust,&
something which happened to him -
when he was traveling by diligence be-
fore the time of railways. He had got
as far as the Mont Cenis and wl k-
etnssing It entered into conversation
with his fellow traveler, an English-
man, not an American. /-ibson askel
where he had been, and be mentioned
several plaes and then said, "1There
was one town I saw which I thought
curious, the name of which I cannot
for the life of me remember, bat I
.know it began with an R."
"Was It louelgllone," said Gibson.
"or perhaps Radieofanl? thinking of
al the unimportant places beginning
with R.
"No. no. It was a much shorter
name-a one syllable name. I remem-
ber we entered it by a gate near a
very big .church,'with lots of pIllas In
front of It, and there was asort of
square with two fountains."
"You eanbt possibly-mean Rome?"
"Oh, yea,. Rome! That was the name
of the place."


FAMey Batter eoP ajris.
There Is a certain kind of butter.
known as "cotentin, that has brougb
both fam and money to its makers in
Normandy. This popular luxury re-
tails in Paris for $S1Z a pound. and


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