The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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H B. MASTERSOCALA 1000 boxes W. N.of Camp grapefruit is negotiating for cold stor-for : Our Deposits on December 1st, 1904 were $117,067.87 ,':

age. The man who has the fruit and

can make the price will find a buyer in .
OCALA : : : FLORIDA. We beg to return our warmest thanks to our patrons and friends to whom such a splendid showing is dueand_ solicit,a continuation of their favors._ '
Colonel Camp. He will put them in

cold storage in Ocala and if the experiment .

rave if your gun fails when pans out all right, he will establish T

-ti it the is right most triad."REMINGTON needed.. You haven't the glut the fruit.preservation in H the cold G.section Scott marketW. storage of who of South fruit for plants several Florida during all years over the for m CENTRAL NATIO'AL' BANK I F\ .0 ALA -

has been the successful salesman for

SHOT GUNS" the Knight-Wall Hardware Companyof To those with whom we have done no business we extend a hearty invitation to open relations with us,and assure them a welcome, and courteous,

Tampa was in town today Interviewing liberal and satisfactory treatment. .
our merchants. He is now ,

Smith & Wesson Colt and Ivef-Johnson with the Sapplee Hardware Companyof HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD. F. L. WATSON. t

President: Vic President .
Philadelphia, one of the largest institutions -j'
Revolvers. of its kind in the country.

Mr. Scott is the successor to the late
.. '
lamented John M. Taylor. Mr. Scott

STAR I Dr. R. U. Fuller Dr. L. F. Blalock and family reside In the ideal town of SALE / KARPEN LEATHER P URN lTURt

EVENING St. Petersburg. Mr. Scott, for a time, 4

FULLER & BLALOCK; was bookkeeper for the Banner Pub-

C. 1.. BITTINGER & CO. lishing Company of Ocala when it con- }

DENTAL SURGEONSOffices solidated with the Pratt Printing Com- n/ a 1 .. }.

C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll over Munroe & Chambliss Bank pany of Palatka in 1901.

Proprietors and PublishersC.
OCALA. FLA. Mr. T. T. Haines and son of Belle-
view were in town today with a load
of hams and shoulders for cold stor-
Editor and General Manager. J. E. CHACE,
age. Mr. H., during the past year has
DENTAL SURGEONOffice been farming for Prof. P. Wilson
Green, but has closed a trade for a lot
Editor and Business Manager Commercial Bank
City upstairs
of land from Messrs. Williams and Mc-

Building, Ocala. Florida. Knight the turpentine operators, which


Our Special Is Now in

The Star takes pleasure in presentIng Captain Frank Pooser sent off the .Karpen Leather Furniture

the amended bond ordinance to its LOST-A gold star pin lost Wed- I. following dispatch this morning to the Sale Progress

readers. It simply changes the natureof nesday at X C. L. depot. On the face A. B. Farquhar & Co. agricultural Implement -

the substituting $1000 bands were the letters, D. W. F. C., which
manufacturers at York, Pa.: Leather Furniture is famous for its Beauty of and of construction and
Female Karpen design thoroughness we guar-
for $100 bonds, as voted on and ratified. stand for Due West College.On "Mule, Ox, Calf." This, interpreted in

The bank purchasing the issue of J45.- the other side are the initials J. plain, everyday words, means "Ship at antee every piece. During this sale we are able to offer leather Chairs, Rockers and Couches of the Karpen

000 asked for this change. The elec- M. D. The pin is the size of a quarter, once a threshing machine." Such tele- make at greatly reduced prices. We cordially invite you to inspect the wonderful values we are able to offer .

tion will take place January 24. Tax and has chain and pin attachment. grams mean business to the agricultural in these hih grade

payers do not forget the date. The im- Finder will be liberally rewarded by interests of the state. Who would

portance of this election means a rehabilitation returning the pin to W. C. Dunn at have thought of ordering a thresherfor FurI1i-tl"

of the electric light plant W. W. Carman & Co's.,grocery. this, or any other section within : COD1pany,

which Is sadly needed. The old one is 200 miles south of Ocala, a decade ago?
THE CCAL-A: : : L..cRIr L7A: .
fast playing out; a new one must be

had or. electrically speaking Ocala HOWARDORANGES HOW'S THIS? .
will be in darkness. Mr. Ford, of the
We offer One.Hundred Dollars Re- THE JURYMEN DISAGREE
city finance committee, has fully explained ELTROPICO
and there are ward for any case of Catarrh that can- .
the for second electionon '' '
cause a % gji
none better not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. The jurymen in the Early Simmons .. CIGAR FACTORY
issue the of $45.000 of I y
the by city k-
bonds in Wednesday's Star. It is the are for sale at retail J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. rape case, after being out all night and j I I II ;;. rtq ND -

and by the box by We, the undersigned, have known F. up to 10 o'clock this morning, could ;i
duty of the tax payer to ratify this Makers of the x
The 0. K. Grocery J. Cheney for the last 15 :years, and not agree. They stood nine for conviction -i
ordinance and it will be done. Keep
i the date in mind-January 24. W. M. Martin, believe him perfectly honorable in all and three against conviction. The V Highest Grade 5e. Cigar int.t .

C. H. Dame, business transactions and financiallyable case was, therefore, a mistrial. Those :

I Ferguson & Usher to carry out any obligations made for acquittal were Lightsey of Belle- I
Through the courtesy of Ocala's efficient -
andC. by his firm. MILO DEYO
view Charley Miller of Early Bird and
postmaster. H. C. Groves, we E. Taylor. Walding Kinnan & Marvin, Morrison of Stanton. Simmons' attorney I' and
take pleasure In giving the receipts for
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo 0.Ball's .
Ray B .Bullock, moved the courtto
the Ocala office for the two fiscal years, GRAND ROYAL
Tom Gary is very proud of the fact Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- admit the prisoner on bail in the ,
beginning June 30, 1902, and ending ,
that he is the possessor of several of nally, acting directly upon the blood sum of $500 which up to the present HAVANA CIGARS
June SO, 1903, which was Sll.458.77. and I w. F
the pecan nuts, great big ones that and mucous surfaces of the system. had not been made up and the prisoner ,
for the year beginning June 30, 1903, I
drew the gold medal at the St Louis Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per was remanded to jail.Court 3' '.
and ending June 30, 1904, 13593.58,
bottle. Sold by all druggists. In Five Sizes
World's Fair. These pecans were then adjourned until :Monday
for the last fiscal of
making a gain year
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
grown by Mrs. Jaycock of Orlando whois morning.
$2234.81. Paid out for clerk hire during -0--
the proud possessor of the gold med- pation.
these fiscal years, 7441.14 and
al award. Mr. Gary is under obliga- SPEEDY RELIEF CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor k ,. .
orders issued for 1904,
$9304.16. Money
tions to Mr. Fred Pfeiffer for the nuts, The Florida Bank and Trust Com-
A salve that heals without isDeWitt's
J6SS2. Ocala is the depository of 67 a scar
for seed. pany of Jacksonville has commenced
and will plant them
country offices, and the office clear- Witch Hazel Salve. No rem-
Ings each day has been $1000. The edy affects such speedy relief. It

draws out inflammation, soothes, cools
average deposits are $6000 a week. It HOUSE FURNISHINGS

will thus be seen that the business of COMINGJOHN You have of M and heals all cuts, burns and bruises.A .

the Ocala office is in a highly flourishIng course had sure cure for Piles and skin diseases.

condition and that Postmaster H. H. DeWitt's is the only genuine Witch
Our stock of Furniture
C. Grovea' labors to establish a city Hazel Salve. Beware of counterfeits; Furnishing
delivery is not only a pecuniary advantage ) they are dangerous. Sold by William
but boon to thous- DELICIOn 1\ ICE CREAM SODA Anderson. '
ands of recipients a great of malL SPARKSOLD ) HOT CHOCOLATEat Goods is second to none in the State

one of their many stores and con INSTALLATION OF OFFICERSThe

Munroe & Chambliss, bankers, will sidered the best you ever drank
Every kind of Furniture Rugs all kinds and
please accept the thanks of the Star fora RELIABLE All Chocolate Drinks servedat regular monthly meeting of Fort prices, Lap

very ornate calendar for 1905. It is King Camp of the Woodmen of the
made with Mattings Window Shades Robes Saddles Whips etc.
one of the most artistic of the season, our fountain are World will be held in the hall over ,

containing a medallion head of a beauti- VIRGINIA SHOWSAND '<&yArt' Chocolate and after Peyser's store next Tuesday evening.
Lace and Portiere Curtains Every kind of Wagon Buggy
ful woman. Their patrons were favor- Officers elected at last meeting will be ,
their formula.T. .
ed with this beautiful New Year souvenir Installed and other business attended
W. TROXLER Screens etc. Blankets and and Carriage for
which was greatly appreciated.The to. After the meeting the sovereignswill any purpose. (

beautiful calendar is in keeping Fruits, Confections, Cigars and To- partake of a supper. I i
TRAINED ANIMAL EXPOSITION Spreads Sheets Pillows and Paints Oils Varnishes Lubricating
with everything these enterprising and bacco ,

public-spirited people do. BIGGER, BETTER and FOUR HUNDRED BABIESSt. Crockery, Lamps and Toilet Oils, Building Materials -

Doctors Fuller and Blalock the dental GRANDER Than Ever. Rugs of all kinds any size and any
Vincent's Infant Asylum, Chicago Sets Jars and Flower Pots' Lime Plaster Laths
grade. We have the most completeline ,
surgeons, have taken another TWICE its Former Size. shelters homeless waifs awaiting ,

room, half of the space formerly occupied of rugs In Central or South Flor- adoption and there are nearly 400 babies Cook and Heating Stoves and Brick Shingles Cement

by the Western Union office, ida. Mclver and MacKay.HEADQUARTERS there. Sister Julia writes: "I can- ,
which was put in first class shape for not much in of i
say too praise Foley's Ranges. Trunks Valises Phosphate Machinery of. all
them. The doctors now have four
Honey and Tar for coughs croup
rooms In their suite of offices and have OGALA FLOW SINGER SEWING MACHINE CCi. and Contains
three dental chairs. Their offices are whooping cough. no Suit Cases, etc. Harness of kinds.
and Ask for
opiates and is safe sure.
as well equipped as any in the countryand At Helvenston-Butch-Pasteur Com Foley's Honey and Tar and insist upon .

these popular gentlemen are tak- MONDAY January 16Two pany having it, as it is a safe remedy and Deep well drilling Contracting and Building_ of
Ing care of a large practice. Where Mrs. L. W Jackson will be to certain in results. Refuse substitutes.Sold ,

Our friend. B. R. Stripling, the gen- performances dailyeveningand present indispensable the admirable household qualities necessity.of Sup-the by the Postoffice Drugstore. all kinds done under responsible guarantee.

tlemanly local agent for the Equitable plies of all kinds for sale. It is believed that the Baltic fleet]
Life Insurance Company of New York, night. Doors open at 1 and 7 p.
will seize one of the unoccupied islands Write us for prices and estimates on anything
will please accept our thanks for a very m.; performance one hour earlier. The Barkout Carnival gave another of the Pacifis and make it ana-I .

attractive calendar. It runs in six excellent performance last night to a
val base. It is more likely to
numbers and every sheet contains a Everything new and novel, presentedin large and pleased crowd. The moving Europe. I you need.

lovely picture of a young girl attracting glittering magnificence. world of pictures at the Vendome Theater was

,. to her a beautiful bird. The calendar is one of the best things ever seen in
t.."; '" not only ornamental but useful. wonders to startle the mind and bright. Ocala or anywhere else. Among them READ THIS !
en the eye. Animals and wonders too &
tr was the illustration of the great train

DO NOT SUPPRESS A COUGH numerous to mention. robbery, showing the moving train Martin, Tenn., June 5, 1501.

the slugging of the depot operator, the Dr. E. W. Hall St. Louis, Mo.-My -

When you .have a cough do not try mounting of the engine by the robbers. Dear Sir: I take pleasure in saying
See the Baby LionsROMEO It is announced that when General CHEAP RATES TO
F to suppress it, but remove the cause. the killing of the fireman, the shootingof that I have used your Great Discovery
Stoess! returns to Russia he will haveto
The cough is only a symptom of some the express messenger, the dynamiting with much benefit, having suffered for
undergo the formality of a court- California and the NorthwestTHE
disease. The disease is what you of the safe, the escape of the rob- years with kidney trouble and most
martial for the surrender of Port Ar-
should cure, and then the cough will bers on the detached engine, leavingthe heartily recommend it' to all sufferers
thur. If Russia allows it to be any- NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST LOUIS RAILWAY
,. atop of Itself. The most common cause Largest and heaviest lion in captiv train in the woods the mountingof from kidney diseases. Respectfully, than
thing more a formality with a "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE."
of coughing Is a cold. Anodynes will ity. their steeds as the cowboys came J. W. Lowrance.
most honorable acquittal, she will drawon
promptly suppress the cough and pre- upon them the fusilade that followed. Member of the Memphis Annual Con- Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest.
herself the contempt of brave men
parations containing chloroform, etc., was a scene that made the packed ference, M. E. Church South.A Below are a few points to which the low rates_are applicable.

opium etc, are used for that purpose OUR MARYThe audience stand on tiptoe and gaze with all over the world. $55.10-Portland, Seattle Vancouver and British Columbia points.

but they do not cure the cold. Cham- wonder and interest The cowboy TEXAS WONDEROne $49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte.-Anaconda. Migsoula and intermediate

berlain's Cough Remedy on the other most intelligent elephant per- dance followed and it was certainly a small bottle of the Texas Wonder THE ORIGINAL I points on the Northern Pacific Railway.

hand does not suppress the cough, but forming.See realistic scene from the wild and wool- Hall's Great Discovery, cures all $ .7G-San Francisco, Los Angeles San Diego, Benson, Phoenix Pres- "

relieves it by removing from the throat ly West in the days of not so long ago. kidney and bladder troubles, removes Foley and Co., Chicago, originated cott, Tuscon, Denver, Colorado Springs, Leadville Trinidad and Alberquenju*.

.and lungs the mucous which obstructed our trained horses, ponies, goats Then there was the fat woman; the gravel cures lame backs, rheumatismand Honey and Tar as a throat and lung The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville.)' portionate Low Rates From

the breathing and allaying the Irritation and funny mule; the funny clowns, scenes of President McKinley's assas- all irregularities of the kidneys remedy, and on account of the great All Florida Point/ .

and tickling In the throat. It I trapese performers, contortionists, wire sination, the snake charmer, the Fer- and bladder in both men and women, merit and popularity of Foley's Honey The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton :Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga.

also opens the secretions and effectually walkers, tumbler and beautiful lady ris wheel and the merry-go-round the regulates bladder trouble in children. and Tar many imitations are offeredfor Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through-sleepers to St Louis -

and permanently cures the cold high diver, the most live thing in the If not sold by your druggist, .it.. will be the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey and Chicago.

aa well as the cough. For sale by all performers. bunch of attractions, and certainly did sent by mail on receipt of $L One ,and Tar and refuse any subsitute of- Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m, via. the Georgia Southern and ,Florida By.

druggists give the visitors the worth of their small bottle is two months' treatment fered as no other preparation will give Leave Jacksonville 8:05 p. m,via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry.

GRAND GOLDEN FREE STREET money, and all for 10 cents each. To- and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr. the same satisfaction. It is mildly lax- Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on weMarch 1 to May

Toilet cases and comb and brush morrow is the last day. It is a good E. W. Hall sole manufacturer, P. O. ative. It contains no opiates and Is saf- 13, inclusive and from September 15 to October 31. _

sets at the An -Yonopoly Drugstore; PARADE AT 10 A. M. clean show, and every visitor gets his box 628, St Louis, Mo. Send for tes- est for children and delicate persons. For maps schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker Florida 4

also,military brush sets. Free outside exhibitions at show ground i or her money's worth. timonial Sold by all druggists. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. Passenger Agent, 'Dixie Flyer" Route, Jacksonville, Florida. .. '





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<--"AGE FOUR < \ : '7!" OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6,' 1903 .t _


ted to the qualified voters of said city "

IdVERFUHERAL& 'MacKAY AN ORDINANCE- shall be whether or not bonds of said I THE COLOREO'PEOPLrS.

city shall be Issued not exceeding In .
Authorizing the Issuing of Bonds by DEPARTMENT
amount the sum of 45,000 for the
the City of Ocala _to Pay Oft Cancel pur-
poses set out in this section and this I -
DIRECTORS and Discharge Certain Indebtedness Coming Coming
ordinance and each qualified elector Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, EdH r.
of the City Evidenced by Judgment
shall have an opportunity to vote for
and Outstanding Scrip; to Place Said I
UNDERTAKERSand or against the issuing said bonds for
City on a Cash Basis; to Better The royal steamship 1905 Is now
said purposes and if by said vote the
Equip the Electric tight Plant of sailing smoothly. deep, water far out
issue of bonds hereby proposed not to :> .
Said City; Providing for the Pay- i from the harbor bar having been out
EMBALMERS exceed the amount herein named, and '. ,
ment of Said Bonds, and for Submis- to sea.six days. We, look back and
:for the purposes set out by this ordinance -
sion to the Qualified Voters of Said can barely_see the fringe of the shore
be authorized, said bonds shall
Fine Caskets and Burial City the Question of the Issuance we left just above the horizon. We:
I then issue under the direction of the

Robes All work done by Thereof.Be mayor and city council as herein and have had some very cool days and
I f I nights, but having donned our ulsters
it ordained by the mayor and the ,
Licensed Embalmers; as may be hereafter, provided, and the WAIT WAIT WAIT and jackets of trust we have suffered

city council of the city of Ocala.: proceeds thereof shall be applied to the no material injury. This craft Is yery

] FULLY GUARANTEEDD. Section 1. That the mayor of'said purposes hereby proposed and to no # .
large. She is 25,000 miles Ire: circumference -
city Is hereby directed to Issue his pro- other. ,
B. McIver and 'V. E. Roberts are ., and 8000 miles In diameter.
clamation, calling an election to be Electors desiring to vote for or -
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members of. the State Embalmers Assoclatlon. Several notable events have happened
held on the 24th day of January, A. D. against the authorization of the issuing .,.. FOR THE : ,. ,
,since we set sail (we only mention
1905, and_said election Is hereby calledto of bonds of said city for the purposes .. '.' f those, ."that interest us'most) \ix: Three

be held on Bald date, to determine above mentioned and for the amount ''.' '
.;;': .. marriages one royal in the Angio-
whether or not the issuance of the herein specified under the provisionsof \
Saxon high circles, in first class cabinon
O.K. bonds, proposed by this ordinance to this ordinance may vote a white pa- : ;: .
JONES-ADAMS ; Wednesday, which attracte be issued under and by virtue of the per ballot containing the words: "For :
of number of
a large passengers -.
authority conferred upon the mayor bonds not to exceed 45,000," and "
, i .. ,, and two others in the Afro-
and city council, In their corporate capacity "Against bonds not to exceed J45.000." I .. ,
American circle last night one of high
Grocery I by provisions of an act of the and each of said ballots shall be counted .
toned. order in the intermediate, and
legislature of the state of Florida, en- as a ballot authorizing or disapproving
the;other In the steerage. "We wish
ytled: "An act declaring the boundariesof as the case may be, the issu- -
on this
, them alls. pleasant time
the territory constituting the muni- ance of bonds for the purposes proposed CARNIVAL COMPANY ,
mighty voyage. Quite a lot ot amuse-
cipality known as the city of Ocala, dividing and to the amount named herein. .
of the
: ments, are now aboard which
GL 8K B8 PlODS. the same Into wards, changingthe Those electors who desire to vote for Bafiout- Carnival furnishes its share.

'., time of holding elections therein, the authorization of said bonds of said We have not been unmindful of our

and providing for the appointment of city for the purposes above mentioned \ duties toward God and are still at our

Phone J74. certain officers the Issuing of bonds and to an amount not exceeding $45-
have but
post. We sighted no enemy,
and the assessment and collection of 000, will place a cross (X) mark to the Under the Auspices ef the Ocala Rifles lookout. Our
NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY are keeping. a sharp rap'
taxes in said city. Approved June 4, left of the words,:'Tor bonds not to exceed id-fire guns of.prayer are mounted' find

1889, shall be authorized by a vote of $15,000 and those electors who ready for action. All praiseo iour

a majority of the qualified voters of desire to vote against the authorizationof Great Commander.-rEditor.
\'W..C. BULL
said city at said election. the issuing of bonds of said city for -,

Contractor and, Sec. 2. The"mayor and city councilof the: purposes above mentioned, will ,. .,*i Hear'Ye Hear Yel Hear_Yet

said city of Ocala in their corporate place a cross (X) mark to the left of .-. :-:-""
Builder ..... Which Will Appear in Ocala One Week Beginning To all the Masons in good and regular
capacity shall issue from time to time the words "Against bonds not to exceed ;
standing,of this and other juris
bonds of said city in denominations of $45,000. r 1
and Careful EstiL Made ,
Quick ates i dictions.orklng in harmoay with the
one thousand dollars, the-principal of Sec. 6. Said bonds shall not be sold "
Box 64, Ocala. Fla i M. W U. G. L of Florida and it* ju-
. each shall be payable at the end of not by the trustees except the sale thereof -
January 9th I-1905 risdiction. Know ye'that by this method
less than ten years nor more than shall be authorized by the proposed ordinance
I we give notice to one and all that the
twenty years, the aggregate face valueof carrying this 'Into full effect
HANDSOME STOCK 33rd annual session of the G. L. store.
said bonds in no event to exceed the hereafter be enacted or by some
said,*will convene, in this city on the
if the vote at
sum of forty-five thousand dollars; subsequent ordinance
10thmst and the local committee ,
-OF- 1905.
said bonds shall bear interest not w to said election should authorize the issuance The Largest and Best Show of the Kind in the World to 'Big Shows. 6 Big Sen- for this occasion will give a grand

exceed five per cent. per annum, to be of bonds as herein provided.
Fall Piece
and Winter banquet on Friday night the 13th ata
fixed by ordinance, which interest shall It the full amount of the bonds that sational Free Acts. Grand Military Band.' Big Free Shows and Concerts Daily. place hereafter named, forj&e: -

be payable seml-annually on the first may be authorized to be issued should, -
Goods. ception of the delegates. All persons of
for any cause, not be negotiated, then
day of January and July of each year
Invited t
good behavior are cordially to
thereafter, and the said bonds and interest the surplus of said bonds in the handsof
attend at a normal fee, which will be
I have now In the handsomest and shall be payable at such place or the trustees shall be by them sur- .

mast up-to-date lino of Piece Goods for places as may be designated in the ordinance rendered to the city council of the city OPEN FROM 1:30: TO 11:30: P M. DAILY charged atlhe! doon--The a&o }nstallationof
G. L. for, 1905 will. takepuice.
Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, for Fall hereafter to be passed to carry of Ocala, and shall said city ......--'-

and Winter Wear, that has ever been into effect the provisions of this or- council destroyed and no bonds of said Rivere
Robert and Miss'BeatriceRuth
offered in Ocala. Call early, tee the I dinance. Said bonds shall be engraved city authorized by this ordinance, and weretfaappily united_ in Linda of

Goods and Styles, and make elec. under the direction of the mayor and by the said election hereby requiredto
u your Something New Baptist
Something Startling Something Novel As unlike the holy wedlock'at Mt Moriah
tion. Many year of experience. Every city council of said city, and shall be be called and held, shall after such ;;, vhs
church by Dr. D. H. Brown='It a

piece of work guaranteed: and the signed by the mayor and city clerk, cancellation be sold or negotiated for old wornotit street lair aggregation as radium is unlike brass. very, pleasant'' afalr. The flower..girls.

Prices are in keeping with the Goods. and shall bear the corporate seal of the any purpose.Sec. ;
were Misses Gertrude Chandlerand
city of Ocala..and shall not be sold at 7. The mayor shall cause his
Mattie Mitchell The maid Jf honor
I Jerry Burnett, less than their face value, and Fhall, proclamation, calling! said election, and .. in .
was dressed white Persian lawn
be delivered in amounts as the same also a copy of this ordinance, to be \ with:
Merchant Tailor. Valentlan lace; second

are paid for, for the purposes hereinafter published in a newspaper in Ocala at I Gentry's Famous Dog and Pony Show will be at the Rifles maid(. of honor, Miss'Minnie-L. Ruth
mentioned and provided for; and least once a week for not less than fifteen liwn-
was dressed in white 'Persia.}. ,
the proceeds of sale of said bonds shall days, nor more than twenty days Valentian

JcHealy & MoriartyOffice be applied only to the purposes for prior to said election, in accordancewith Big Carnival Festival next week.DONT Thomas trimmed Graham.with thematrorp' lace ofhonor.was' ilrs.,

which same are hereby authorized. Said the ordinances of said city applicable trimmed
dressed in white silk,
No. 12 Ft. King Ave. bonds shall have interest coupons engraved to special elections. Said pro
with lace. The bride looked lovely in
and attached thereto signed by clamation shall state the time, place ,
Postoffice Box 682 white silk, trimmed'with Russian Bilk
the city treasurer of the said city, and and manner of holding said election, BE
FOOLED and sheering The groom was at his
payable on the dates above named and shall state the question on which the
best. accompanied by C. H. Steyart.
at the place to be specified in the ordinance vote Is to be taken, and shall state the ,
Amos .t3etth.
Thomas Graham and I
CONTRACTORSAND above mentioned hereafter to be names of .the clerks and inspectors of -
BUILDERS A repast was served!at the home_ of
passed designating such place or election in the several wards .of said Mrs :
W P. Parker where therbrlde
Cabinet Work a Specialty places.Sec. city in the same manner as is providedin approval by the mayor, and the mayor
and groom will reside until they start
3. The city council shall levy the general election ordinance; and shall proceed with all due speed and 'FRE=SH MEHTS: AND: GAME: housekeeping. The Star extertids.con-

Careful Attention Givento annually such special tax on all the if any clerk or inspector of election diligence to carry the same Into effectin ; ... '. <
gratulations. -. ."
non-resident properties taxable property within the corporate shall fail or refuse to serve, others may so far as anything herein providedis AT THE CITY MARKET ; -- a

limits of said city, which is hereby be appointed in their places or if any to be done by him. <. Notice #, s.f3

pledged to the payment of said bonds Inspector or clerk of election named by Put on its first reading and referred
I We keep on hand a full line of the best Beef Pork :Mutton and Sausageto 0n Monday night, the Sth, at Mitch-
and the Interest thereon, as may be the mayor fails to attend at the proper to the judiciary committee December
be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. Careful attention to ell's hall, all ladies entitled tai the
THE s necessary to pay the interest on said polling place at the time of opening the 9, 1904. D. E. Melver, Pres. pro tern. -
0t icer" and quick delivery made W. L JONES Proprietor adopted degrees of Masonry and; all
bonds, and provide for their paymentand polls for election those inspectors Put on its second reading and adopted '\ :

; retirement when the same shall present shall fill the vacancy or vacancies by sections, December 20, 1904 1 *. Master Masons In ,.good and.",regular
TEXAS pIflc standing, canget them for $L50,
become due under the provisions of an and if all the inspectors be Put on its third reading and adoptedas regular
price, These ,degrees win be
ordinance hereafter to be passed to absent, then those persons, present a whole December 20, 1904. A .Up' *
New Train
communicateiMpn said night, .and to
o AAIIWAY + carry into effect the provisions of this qualified to vote shall fill the vacancies. A. G. Gates Pres. City CounciL ,
miss them wlll be d: very unfortunate
ordinance and the said city council The polls shall be opened at 8 o'clocka. Attest: E. K. Nelson
I | happeningjto the Idler. J. H. Bonner,
and mayor shall from time to time, by m.. and closed at 6 p. m, with an (Seal.) City Clerk.
The Great Eastern Hot Springs AikM? W.M.; Robt. A. M. Benton, sec.; &:3S.Gibbs .
ordinance, require the trustees of said intermission of one-half hour between Approved December 22, 1904.W. ,
I r, D. Patron. '
and Western Line bonds and the disbursing agents hand- 12 noon and 1 p. m. The polling places J. Edwards, Mayor. <' ......,
ling the money hereby provided to be shall be located at, or as near as practicable "
Via the' We return our compliment. to Mr.
Across the Entire States oi raised such bonds for the faithful performance to, the polling places used at SHERIFF'S SALE IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE
W. H. Holmes. manager of.,,Barkauf
of their duties the last general city election. The
as may be "
Under and by virtue of an execution Carnival, ancLtfssure" he public, that

TEXAS und LOUISIANANo necessary to fully protect the interests clerks and inspectors of election in each issued out of and under the seal of the Now leaves Memphis daily at 11:13 p. m. operating through chair car and this is one of'the best!'of its kind pow

of said city; said special tax for ward shall make out and sign duplicate circuit court in and for Marion county i 1 I I sleeping car to Little Rock and Hot Springs Ark, latter being open for occupancy traveling in the'South and has a claim

i Interest and for the returns of election, and shall deliver -JF. ...
TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS I payment of said Florida, dated April 14, 1897 in a certain i every evening at 9 o'clock. This train also connects at Little, Rock upon your liberal

Direct i Ii bonds shall be payable: and collectible one copy thereof to the city clerk cause wherein Hubbard & Mac- for all points in Arkansas Louisiana, Texas and Indian Territory, giving the patronage.ft-

Line to only in lawful money of the United for the city council, and one copy shall Duff are plaintiffs and Chas. W. White! Iron Mountain Route three trains daily to the Great Southwest leaving Mem- .The unveiling of the Coleman mon

NORTH TEXAS States, or in past due coupons of said they deliver to the mayor; said returns ument'will also take place-at this session
is defendant levied on by P. H. Nu phis daily at 8:50 a. m., 8 p. m., and 1115 p. m. ,
bonds, and when collected shall be applied shall state the number of persons voting All trains with Dr: Sr T. Tice late of Greater -
NEW MEXICO gent, the then sheriff of Marion county, from the Southeast connect with the Iron Mountain Trains at.

solely to the payment of intereston at said election in the ward from Florida, I will on Memphis. For rates maps, etc., address,' New York,.orator of the day The

ARIZONAand said bonds, and the principal thereof which the return comes, and shall show Monday 6 1905 committee nil'spare no pains in mak-
February f E. REHLANDER-
as the same shall or may become the number of votes in that ward cast HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS > ing this enjoyable for all who attend.
the being legal sales
same a day, and Traveling Passenger Agent,
CALIFORNIA due. respectively "for" or "against" the issuing during the legal hours of sale offer for Jan. 13 and 17, Feb. 7 and 21, 34 West 9th'St, This promises to be the grandest session -

Sec 4. There shall be a board of of the bonds for the purposes in the history of the jurisdiction
sale at the court house door In Ocala, Mar. 7 and 21, Apr. 4 and 18. CHATTANOOGA, TENN
three trustees, whose duty it shall be named, submitted by this ordinance.The .
Florida, and sell to the highest and best <
WRITS FOR NEW BOOK OF TEXAS. FREE to receive said bonds as soon as the city clerk shall prepare and fur- Zion M. E. church is i well on the way
bidder for cash, the following real estate -
same are engraved and executed, and nish to the inspectors and clerks of in her lntemaJf7mprovementapreparatory -
property in Marion county, Florida -
sell the same at not less than par. and said election in the respective wards, LOW EXCURSION RATESTO to the coming annual conference
General to-wit: Lots 1 and 2 of block "D,
Passenger Agent which meets*February 3. :
dispose of the proceeds as provided by all necessary* lists and blanks to be
T. J. Steel's plat of town of Citra. .'
DALLAS, TEXAS this ordinance, and such further ordinance used in said election. .
.,; Sold to satisfy said execution and THE- The G. chapter of the Eastern Star
or ordinances as be The city council shall at its next
may passedor
,. costs. Henry Gordon, of Florida and jurisdiction will, !IlsOcoo"ene
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR adopted with reference thereto. regular meeting after said election, or
in session in connection
I S Sheriff Marion County, Florida. GREAT SOUTHWESTON
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap Said board of trustees shall be appointed at a special meeting thereof for that with the G. I* of which MrtS., S.

ter 4888, Laws of Florida. by the governor of the state of purpose, canvass and declare from the Herndon Is worthy matron. 0II..g.: ,W.

Notice Is hereby given that J. B. Mar- Florida under the provisions of section said returns of the inspectors and NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSThe Patterson ;worthy patron and 8.: M

I tin, purchaser of tax certificates No. thirteen of said act, approved June 4, clerks of election the result of said board of county commissionersof January 17 1905 Gibbs, D. Dept.' patron.

:t73, dated the 5th day of April A. D. 1S89.Sec. election, and shall certify the result of :Marion county, Florida will receive ...a: 1

v 189, and certificate :952, dated August 5. This ordinance proposes and said election as declared by them from sealed': bids until 4 o'clock p. m. Monday I Quite a Hvelr. =time was had at Sweet
One-Way Colonist Tickets will be Sold From Atlanta Ga., Via the
7. 1899. has filed said certificates in my provides for the issuing of bonds for their said canvass to the mayor and February 6, A. D. 1905, for the Canaan last night. Rev. W.g Baftleypreached.

55 office and has made application for tax the purpose of paying off and cancel said certificate shall be recorded in the erection, of a court house at Ocala,Ii!I "

deed to issue in accordance with law ing an outstanding judgment againstthe minutes of the proceedings of said city I Florida as per flans and specifications j i ion I II

Said certificates embrace the following city of Ocala; ; taking up, payingoff council The mayor of the city of Ocala file in the clerk's office at Ocala j'1 ROCK ISLAND SYSTEMTo AH whotanDeceive": delegates please
call on Dr R-vA. M. Benton general
described property situated in Marlon and retiring the indebtedness of said is hereby authorized to appoint the Fla., and In the office of H. J. Klutho.i "

county Florida to-ivit; Com. 13 3-8 city represented by its outstanding number of special policemen necessaryto Cede man building. Jacksonville, Fla.Each .II'! ,manager. : .

rda e of nw cor of se'-' of nw%, sec U, scrip and such as may be issued by serve at the polls on the day of said bid must contain full name of Wm. H.'Brown' married Miss Kate

tp 17, r 24, thence southeasterly to said city pending the negotiation of election. The inspectors, clerks and the party or parties interested In the all Points in Watson at- one'of the stfltl1 southwest

center of se% of nw}"i thence northeasterly said bonds; to provide a. fund for the I policemen shall each receive for their same and be accompanied by a certi- of Ocala last night ConJab ation.s.

to a point 63}!4 rds e of pt of necessary and ordinary maintenance services on said day the sum of $!. fied check on some solvent bank in the Indian Territory and OklahomaFOR .

com thence w to p o b; eH of nw>4 repair and replacement of the electric i Said election in all matters not herein sum of J1000 payable to the board of .L. Green the tonsorial'rtst<|and

and wH of 8W'-'. sec 8, tp 17, r 25. The light plant owned by said city, and for specially provided for shall be con- county commissioners of Marion county lightning shaver.- ... My razor shaves< soft
and sweet and hair-cut Is the fcett
said land being assessed at the date of such increased appliances for the manufacture ducted as nearly as possible practicable -I Florida as a guarantee that if the p1y

the Issuance of such certificates in the and distribution of electricityin in compliance with the laws of bid is accepted, a contract will be entered I have two of. the finest chain that tern
$ -1 6.00 fr
name of Mrs. Laura Holcomb and F. Q. connection with said plant as maybe the state of Florida governing elections, into. Plans and specifications i every way. Razors fixed ia a:IL.steles,

and the ordinances of be had the I On same dates tickets will sold from Atlanta to points Call and be convinced. West Broadway
Brown trustee. Unless said certificates necessary to furnish the same to the this city in relation can by applying to architect one-way

shall be redeemed according to law takers of the electric service suppliedby to municipal elections therein. provided fay be deposited with him as I J i in Eastern and Central Texas for $18.50. Fiee reclining chair cars Memphis to next to ,A. Smith. a #

tax deed will Issue thereon on the 7th said city: and tt provide a fund to Sec. 8. All ordinances or parts of surety (hat same will be returned In I I Denison, Dallas Fort Worth. Waco, a nd other Important points In Texas, ,Hot soda apparatus at the Red

day of January, A. D. 1905. be used in placing said city on a cash. ordinances in conflict with the provisions -, good condition when check will be re- via the Rock Island: System through S oath McAlester L T., and the M. K..& Cross Pharmacy. West; 'Bro .dt&T.

Witness my official signature and basis. of this ordinance are hereby re- turned. The board reserves the right I T. Ry. Close connection Is made at.M emphis in same depot with through where you can get hot lemonade,.kiage'r -
seal this the Srd day of December. A. At the election to be held on the 24th pealed. to reject any or all bids. i trains to all points. .Call or write for full particulars.' chocolate bouillon, coffee etc.TKr-!

D.- 1904. S. T. Sistrunk day of January, A. D. 1905 and hereby Sec. 9. This ordinance shall take effect H. W. Long, Chairman I i I GEO. H. LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt, S. L PARROTT, D. P. A. errthing- Is in first class ord r;>; ..Holi.

Cleric Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. authorized the question to be submit immediately upon its passage and Attest: S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk. Little Rock, Ark. No. 6. N. Pryor SL, Atlanta, Ga dayrlces.. Can and satIfTtrleZ a



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H. ROBINSON, President 8. H. BLITCH, Manager ,
A. H. MARSH Asst ManagerThe : ,
Washington, Jan. 6.-Rain tonight
Will be held at the Boston Store <
and colder except In exterme south \caIa. RI-I5INAU-5R
Fatliitiej of'THE '
Fla, opening: January 9, and closing _jr:
portion; Saturday fair and colder. .,
January 19, at 6 p. m. This will be a
season of bargains never before pre ,
EGGS 20 CENTS A DOZEN, : .;, -
Are at Your DisposaL sented to the people of Ocala, Marion ,. .S---, ,. .
At the Teapot Grocery ,- ,
WITH AMPLE CAPITAL county and the neighboring counties. .. ..-. "
Shepherd Watson of New York will F'. : .'
young have charge of the sale. All goods for .-.., .. :::, :-,
are Prepared to Give You Service Second to None neit week. Apply at once to the .
spot cash; no charging at prices they ;
Boston.Store. : : '
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US I name so low by comparison with the y SPECIAL PRICES ,, ;,: ,

I II ruling prices of goods offered that he : .,
. who runs may read and note the big :i' :, ;-- : : ,

I bargains his money will buy. Let the .. ,' ,
OCALA OCCURRENCES A russet McCIellan saddle and heavy I II
(1): ) readers of the Star note, this double-
( I gray saddle blanket, between 10 o'clock
page advertisement and take advan-
I Silk
Thursday night and VH.lajr morning. Ready-to-wear Skirts Wraps Waists and -
Wray. the tuner is at 'Weih&'II. tage of its unprecedented prices. ,
Suitable reward will L < !'ven for the
A bargain in every article offered. c.
<: 6).J. return of saddle and blanket to C. M.
Underskirts for Ladies. and
,', J U Nuts fruits and candles at Taylor's.Hot Lace Curtains __
Livingston, Ocala Pla.

-( 4o soda at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- The fox chase yesterday afternoon Floor Coverings. Men's Children's and La.dies'
At H. B. Masters this week may be .-
store.J. west of the city, was participated in by ,
found a lot of shoes in the rear end of
1 Messrs. Sistrunk Smoak. John Pasteur
14 I the shoe department which we have Shoes.
D. Pope has returned from Ro- W. P. Edwards, R. R. Carroll and
( uy : put out as a bargain and if you will
chelle. Fred McAteer on horseback and
RcJ glance over the line you will be sure
Messrs. H. C. Jones and C. Rheinauer !
.to see something that you want.
*4 Gold pens and fountain pens at A. E. and R. S. Hall and Mr. Gray of Savannah H. S. & M. CLOTHING J

Burnett's. In autos, and General Bullock ,
The Young Ladies' Afternoon Card
( W. B. Fuller Joe White and Fred Gas-
Club was entertained yesterday by
m : Late copyright novels. Ocala News kell in buggies. Messrs. Sistrunk's, .
Miss Sue Barco at the Savoy. Besides
Company. Edwards' and Smoak's hounds, twelvein
the members present were the :Misses
number were in the race. The fox
Taylor of Cincinnati, Miss Helen Bushof .. ,;t"f
'TJ Oysters! Oysters! Oysters! All styles, was caught after an hour's excitingrun.
Boston, Miss Marion Izlar of Anderson -
at Dame's.A .
S. C., and Miss Sara Whitfield. The

.H y full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty prize winners were Miss Mary Ander- BOUGHT CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH PIANOS AND ORGANS ::
son and Miss Gary. Refreshments followed .
J.4 dings and Co.
w the games. Those present hada Remedy and Sent It to FriendsMr.

[ very pleasant hour. Miss Barco is F. W. J. Fletcher a druggist In
o b China 20 per cent. off at the Postof- .
one of the most agreeable and gracious Victoria Australia, says: "A customerof t"

HK rice Drugstore. young ladies of the city. mine was so pleased with Chamber- Bzty Them at Home and be Fairly Dealt With '

lain's Cough Remedy which she had
Handsome parlor lamps at McIver
and Mr. Wm. S. Crane of California, Md., used for her children when suffering
r MacKay'9.
suffered for years with rheumatism and from colds and croup, that during a '
-c Small Musical Instruments Sheet Music Type- .\
lumbago. He was finally advised to try fortnight's time she obtained at my ,
fresh milk and cream at the '
Fort Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which he shop nine bottles, which she sent to writers Machine Needles Diamonds
King Dairy. Bicycles Sewing -
( ( o did, and it affected a complete cure. her friends in different parts of the ,

Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for The liniment is for sale by all drug-I state, telling them how much good it Watches and Jewelry, Fine China and Cut ; -

your stove wood. gists. -_,.. ___ had done and advising them to give it ;
/ W a trial." For sale by all druggists. Glass. i;'1 ::

r- f Messrs. John, Will and James Tay- ,
0 Prettiest line of go-carts ever shownat
/ lor and Misses Margaret and Mamie Mr. H. C. Jones of the second wardis :
II. the Ocala Furniture CaJest i/ :

Taylor are entertaining their relatives, repainting his residence. White body Ocala Music Co. **=;

Mrs. Perry and children and Miss Annie with green blinds will take the placeof
t arrived a beautiful display of ,
Florentine Welhe's. and Ed Lane of Li tleton, N. C. the present dull yellow-a great improvement -
pottery at '-.. r

Our is the :
Oyster fries, oyster stews, oysters prescription department
o '
IZ Im raw. and on the half shell, at Dame's. most u -to-date and has the most care- Exquisite china in the finer grades of ."',-- -

ful attention of any in the city. Ty- Imported ware. The prices are very ,

Fire sets fire screens irons, etc. dings and Co. \ low. A. E. Burnett. The King's Daughters held an enthu- 4

at the Marion Hardware Co. siastic meeting yesterday morning in .r
Mr. Manning, one of the attaches of I Chas. K. Sage Is so rushed with busi- the Elks' Hall and received reports Atlantic Coast

Ho Mr. H. H. Baum of the Oxford Crate the Barkout Carnival Company, is very ness in the telegraph office that Mon- from the committees appointed to aid

U Company of Crystal River was in town ill in this city. Yesterday the membersof day he will be assisted by W. E. Brad- the poor and needy with a good Christ-

today. the company made up a good purse ley of :Newberry, who held the keys in mas dinner and other charitable acts. THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA .

Other work was taken up and the unfortunates -, .
and presented it to Mrs:; Manning.The the ocala office several years ago. tt

Wood, green or dry, pine, oak or mix- sick man's father has been notifiedof t will be looked after. '

> 0 ed. 50c. and $1 per load. .Ocala Wood his illness by wire. The celebrated Ostermoor mattressesfor -CONNECTIONS- '

M Yard. sale at factory prices, at the Ocala Mrs. W. H. Arnold presented her

Furniture Co. liege lord with a fine son yesterday.Mr. TO THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond
V Fort I II A. is a knight of the grip, with All Rail and Washington, the nee via Pennsylvania Ry., <-
King Dairy is just one mile

(fJ- from the court house on Fort King av- I "I would cough nearly all night long," H. E. Butler, the advance agent of headquarters In Ocala. -if

nue. writes Mrs. Charles Applegate, of Alexandria Sun Bros'. World's Progressive Rail- TO TH E WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and flue

0 I Messrs. Gus Waters and August Bell Flyer route via Atlanta.
---- Ind., "and could hardly get I road Shows, was in town today froman ,

I Why than 60 cents sleep. I had consumption bad advance run to Tampa and other came up today from ihe southern part
more so
pay per any ; Philadelphiaand f
TO THE EAST Via Say. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York.
0 U pound for the best candies? See Tayor's that if I walked a block I would cough South Florida towns. This show will of the county with I. -z huge catamount, Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington
in Ocala January 20. Keep the which they hadJiill o. The animal was
line. frightfully and spit blood, but, when appear J Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
date In mind. almost as big as panther measuring
all other medicines failed, three $1 bot- for Baltimore and Philadel--
six inches i in length. Transportation Company
w Seeds of all kinds fresh and reliable tles of Dr. King's New Discovery whol- 4 feet, '"

> w 0 for fall and winter planting, at Ty- ly cured me and I gained 58 pounds." We carry the finest and most com- Steamship phia. ".

dings and Co. It's absolutely guaranteed to cure plete line of soaps, perfumes and toi- WORKING NIGHT AND DAY KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship...

Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe Bronchitis let articles in the city. Tydings and The busiest the mightiest little thing -

Mrs. Mary Snyder of Louisville, Ky., and all throat and lung troubles. Price Co. that ever was made is Dr. King's New i Route of the celebrated trains New York & Florida Special Florida and ,,

Is visiting her sister Mrs. R. McCona- 50c. and Jl. Trial bottles free at the Life Pills. These pills change weak- I West Indian Limited. Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.;

fflr'c) thy, at the Savoy. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Mr. Charles A. Tremere, the mer- ness Into strength, listlessness Into energy Quickest schedules, superior service. For information as to rates schedules -

chant king of Belleview, was in town brain-fag into mental power. etc., consult the purple folder or communicate with T. C. White D. P.

We have a beautiful stock of dia- today, and when asked by a Star reporter They're wonderful in building up the A., Tampa; W. J. Craig, G. P. A.,; H. M. Emerson, T. M., Wilmington N. C.

mond rings, brooches and scarf pins. how the business year of 1904 health. Only 25c. per box. Sold by the

-MK Ocala Music Co., Jewelers.Our had treated him he said his business Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Mrs. .

OJWOJO DavS1\Voodro! \ had been splendid; that he had sold

d calendars are handsomer than $tOO worth more of goods than he did D. E. Mclver, who went to Red
ever. Everyone says so. Come and see in 1903, and everything In his line was Springs, N. C., to place Miss Bettie ARIAN ,- .

them. The Postofflce Drugstore. very satisfactory. Ray McIver in the college at that place,

returned home today.A AINTS .
Mrs. F. Lang 'and daughter Miss BRUTALLY TORTUREDA
Kate left today/for their fixture homein OCALA FLORIDA case came to light that for per- SINGER SURPRISEA

Miami. Oca/a loses these excellent sistent and unmerciful torture has per-

people with sin -ere, regret., __ haps never been equaled., Joe Golo- tremendous drop in the price of

bick of Colusa Calif., writes: Tor 15 Singer sewing..machines, but none In I

The seal of approval has been placedon REAL ESTATE years I endured insufferable pain from quality. The $60 machine reduced to'

the automatic self-filling modern rheumatism, and nothing relieved me J48; the $65 machine reducd to $53. Call i

( ( m fountain pen-Waterman. To be had LOANS though I tried everything known. I at headquarters, the Helvenston-

at the Ani-Monopoly Drugsore. came across Electric Bitters and It's Blitch-Pasteur Company. L. W. Jack- -
the greatest medicine on earth for that
.-- son, agent. 4
H /Dr. Percy Lisk came in from Gra- trouble. A few bottles of it completely

,/ hamville this morninfr? with his father relieved and cured me." Just as good O. T. Green, one of Ocala's eminent STERNBERGER & PHILLIPS
Phosphate Lands a SpecialtyI
( \. and departed for fjiattanpoga, where for liver and kidney troubles and gen- attorneys is off for New Orleans on Im-

will resume his. medical studies. have the following properties In eral debility. Only 50c. Satisfaction portant legal business. Mrs. Green and OCALA FLORIDA

-- Ocala and vicinity for sale: guaranteed by the Anti-Monopoly son went with him as far as Jacksonville -

This week we are running off a lot Drugstore Ocala Fla. to visit Mrs. Horatio Bisbee. _
1. House and lot on Oklawaha avenue -. .- _-_-----_-. __ ---S_ __ i
of shoes that we have had in stock
between the residences of Dr. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R.
for and it will be to lively for the '
.0 some time your Tidings and Mrs. Howse; lately vacated The voting is getting ;
advantage to look at them. They are FASTEST TIME and queen of the Ocala Rifles' Carnival of :
by Dr. W. V. Newsom.
good shoes and you can find in them a FINEST SERVICEto next week. There are fourteen namesof W. P. EDWARDS
2. Tn o-story house on South Orange ALL POINTS :
bargain. .The House That Treats You ladies on the list. The three high- .

Right. street,'-belonging to Mrs. Annie Martin NORTH est Miss Gertrude Peyser, 382; ...
QHJ are At the City :Market ; ;
and next door to residence of D. S. WEST and 305 Miss Violet !
Miss Clara :Moore, ;

\ Our people well remember Captain Woodrow. NORTHWEST I Harris 202. For king there are some Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetablesin
Through Pullman Drawing Room ,
Briggs of RusseHville, Ky. He was 3. All of block 22, Caldwell's addition two dozen names ranging from five to
Sleeping Cars daily from JACKSON-
h and is yet, interested with Mr. E. L. to Ocala (one acre) beir.g the ninety votes. Season
.Carney in orange and grapefruit culture property immediately north of Mr. J.

0 in Marion county. He has cold R. Moorhead's home. YI LOUIS;.LE, EVANSVILLE PENSACOLA CHICAGO MOBILE and ST. WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! City and Country Trade Solicited .

storage In the Mammoth Cave, Ky., 4. The Alfred Davis house and lot NEW ORLEANS. Order it now. &uc. and $1 per load.

which he offers to the people of Florida on South First street next door to J.A. FINEST DINING CAR SERVICE IN Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32. Free Delivery Pnnne S2S. >>
f1tJ..c for the of their I.
keeping grapefruituntil
Son's furniture
the glut is over and the market "Aunt" Duck Mason, relict of "Uncle"
5. The Lewis Plater workshop on CHAIR CARS.
revives. It is no experiment with Captain Billy Mason, who was among the orig- It is now beginning to dawn on the
South Second street. Route of the famous "CHICAGO & UNDERTAKERS
Briggs. He has tried it for three inal settlers of Roach's pond, now public that the burning of cotton by
seasons with profit to those who took 6. The Camp bello Plantation, :2&!? Belleview. has gone to Wauchula De- 'the Georgia planters to increase the

] advantage of it. I .:c.s southeast of town, consisting of &Be Ir'. sure your tickets read via the. L. Soto county to make her home with I : AND : price of the fleecy staple was a fake.A .

w '.a acres of cleared and fenced land her daughter Mrs. N. Goff. little bale of "dog tail" cotton wu
For rates, schedule and full information -
TONIC TO THE SYSTEMFor and 165 acres of mixed oak. hickory and EMBALMERS brought to Fort Gaines, Ga., and the
call on or write Geo. E. Herring, !
pine land of first quality; 6-room grower was offered $7 for it BO the
liver troubles and constipationthere Fla. Pass. Agent 206 W. Bay St, Jacksonville ANOTHER GOOD
house; outhouses, cisterns, etc. This MANGONE boys, to have some fun. raffled it off
Is 'I
tI: nothing better than DeWtit'sLittle Fla.McKEAN. WRONG I
is the A. C. I R. R, Undertakers and then made bonfire of It
Early Risers the famous little I property right on to take Foley's Kidney We have two Registered for $30, a t

They do not weaken the stom- and has a fine deposit of lime on it. neglected and Embalmers immense
pills. Cure at the first sign of kidney trouble In order to make room for the -

ach. Their action upon the system is 7: The Rogers place on the south- LUMBER Co hoping it would wear away, and he was All work entrusted to our stock of shoes which we will

H 0M mild pleasant and harmless. Bob west edge of town, consisting of two- soon a victim of Bright's disease. Thereis care will receive prompt and soon have in, we have marked down a

J Moore of LaFayette Ind, says: "No story house and SO acres of land. WOOD danger in delay, but if Foley's Kid- skilled attention. All embalming lot of good shoes, and we think you will $

use talking; DeWitt's Little Early Ris- the be interested in the prices..At H. B.
8. The Wade Hoard property, con- ney Cure Is taken at once symptoms A
ers do their work. All other pills I folly guaranteed. .
sisting of small house and lot due WOOD will disappear, the kidneys are ..
have used gripe and make me sick in' sound splendid stock Caskets and -
and are soon watchmaker'and r
south of D. E. Mclver's residence. strengthened you have an expert,
the stomach and never cured me. De- Burial Robes carried at all
and well. A. R. Bass ot :Morgantown do work prompt.
9. 2H:! acres of land on S. 10th SU WOOD jeweler and can your -
Witt's Little Early Risers proved to be I
adjoining property of J.Ief'fert; lad, had to get up ten or twelve timesin times.OOALkFORNITURBCO. ly. Ocala Music Co. jewelert. --
the long-sought relief. They are sim-
suitable for subdividing Into lots; WOOD a night and had a severe backacheand
find hunting season IS on. We have
ply perfect. Persons traveling The v
pains In the kidneys was cur- l
Little Early Risers the most desirable known as the Gamble place. the best stock of shells In the county.
SOc and $1.00 load ed by Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by IO
remedy to carry with them. Sold by 10. 70x110 foot lot on Wenona St. pet Phone No. 91. Night phone No. 10. Marion Hardware, ,Co. .-.. .
the Postoffice Drugstore. -
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Volume JO Number J76 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, J905 Fifty Cents a Month'. ,$5 a Year r

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Just Arrioed AT THE OCALA HOTELSThe Stylish and Comfortable I MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION I -- .IF YOU WANT TO BUY: _-'

Calling a Second Bond Election to be REAL ESTATE '
Passing Population of Our City'sHospitable

:.. Pickled Lamb's Tongue Hostelries FOOTWEARFor Held Tuesday January 24. I

';:'t.o.::: SweiUer and Brick Cheese Know All Men By These Presents: Now is the time to call on DITTO 'and loOk!.. over
; R. L Ivey of Etna is at the Ocala -. '
j That I.V.. J. Edwards as mayor of the the -
f,.- Silver Prunes House.Z. city of Ocala, Florida, in pursuance of
All Sizes Both Sexes and any) Pocket 40 acre farm two and one-hali miles south of town $ oo
. A. Butt of Benton Pa., Is at the an ordinance passed by the city councilof ; ,1.g ,
Limber Cheese 20 acre farm two and one-half miles south of town :. '.- $$2S
ger Ocala House.C. said city of Ocala, on the 20th day
20 acre farm two miles north of town $300
of December 1904 and approve by
Fancy Cakes R. Harper of Jacksonville Is at the 20 acres Hammock land one mile south of town $375
Ocala House the mayor of said city on the 22nd j Good home t 8 rooms, onefourth'acre lot,rents for$1 I2S0.b1goo:

Salt Mackerel Nos. \ and 2 W, J J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY day of December, A. D. 1904 entitled: Five-room house and 3 acres, one1'mile west of town $400
E. A. Tyler of Coleman Is at the "An ordinance authorizing the Issu- Splendid home and one-half-acre "
Strained and Comb Honey Ocala House. ing of bonds by the city of Ocala, to

THE ONE PRICE HOUSE pay off, cancel and discharge certain Other and better properties for sale fcy
Figs, Cherries and PineappleIn Sam Dunlap of Savannah is at the indebtedness of the city, evidenced by '
Ocala House.H. Room J 2 Merchants Ck
Maraschino judgment ..and outstanding scrip; to F. W. DITTOJI

Mince Meat and Cranberry W. Pitting of Mansfield, O.. is at CROCKERY! CROCKERY! CREAMERY BUTTERThe place said city on a cash basis; to bet-
"' the Montezuma.W. ter equip the electric light plant of the

Sauce We have the most complete line of Carmichael & Son. Co. keep said city; providing for the payment
-ATTEAPOT Smith of Williston Is of R. MARTIN ,& CO.
R. guest
a of ,
said bonds and for submission to
crockery in the city. Plain white "C. ;constantly on hand, receiving a fresh

the Club House. C." goods, beautifully decorated semi- supply every two days, delicious, pure,I the qualified voters of said city the
GROCERY "Win. B. Turner of Gainesville is at porcelain, plain white porcelain, etc., ;Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per question of the issuance thereof."

the Montezuma.H. in sets, large or small, and in open .pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 3T. I And by virtue of the authority vestedin .
I stock. Remember that when you get I II I me by law, do hereby order, declare GENERAL LIVERYMEN.Fine

J. Williams of Toledo, 0., is at crockery from us you can always get Eight men were killed and three badly -i and proclaim that there shall be a spe- ia i

PROMPT PAYMENT nlBILLS the Montezuma. more of the same pattern to replace hurt by the blowing up of the towboat cial election held in the said city of a

breakage, or increase the size of your Defender on the Ohio river, near Ocala, on the 24th day of January, A. 3
W. H. J. Scott of Philadelphia Is at Carriages Buggies and Traps
is Ik BASIS ofCREDIT set. The Ocala News Company. Pittsburg. D. 1903, submitting to the duly qualifiedand ,
the Montezuma.: Drummers Saddle Horses
Carryalls etc.
registered voters of said city of ,

/. .-. /. .-. W. L. Gable of Leesburg is a guest of The Japanese are bountifully supplying If you are looking for a pair of shoes Ocala, Florida, the question as to

the Montezuma.J. their prisoners at Port Arthur with that will be your money's worth, you whether or not there shall be issued FINE VEHICLES FAST HOR8ES

Our Bills Are Due food and medicine. can find them at H. B. Masters. bonds of said city in denominations of ,
S. Jolly, an A. C. L. official, is at I one thousand dollars each, to be pay-
When Presented
the Montezuma. able at the end of not less than ten
I Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
years, nor more than twenty years, the
L S. Andrews of Brooklyn, N. Y., is
If Yea Dkippolnt Us, Do Not Be aggregate value of said bonds in no Boarded By the Month at Special Rate.
at the Ocala House.
Surprised If Further Credit Is PLANTATION FOR RENT FOR 1905 event to exceed the sum of forty-five

Refused - - R. H. Shackleford of Madison is a thousand dollars, and to bear interestat

guest of the Montezuma.J. t!> a rate not to exceed five per cent. J. R. MARTIN & CO.

W.: J. Chambers Shoe Co. The property belong" g' the estate of Abram Martin, situated per annum, to be fixed hereafter by ordinance -
C. Stern of Osceola, Pa., is a late
Ocala Steam Laundry in the eastern portion of Sugar Hammock: comprising a plantation of bf aid city, which interest is .
W.: P. EdwardsT. arrival at the Ocala House.
about 500 acres under fence, (a n w wire fence), about 350 acres: of to be paid seml-annually on the first

B. Snyder W. E. Stout and wife of Stoutsville, day of January and on the first day of
which are In.fine stat of cultivation, is for rent next year
Edwards Bros O., are at the Montezuma. July of each year, payable at such placeor li { rs, ,BOIWANTIT'I ?1What
These lanes are regarded as of the very best quality and are well J
) ic1
places as may designated in the ordinance -
Bassie McIIenry of the Sparks adopted for the cultivation of all the crops produced in thi7 section. hereafter to be passed to carry lEFt ((

shows Is at the Montezuma.G. into effect the provisions of said ordi- '
Apply toDAVID r i a question. Of course I do, and
nance; said bonds to have interest cou- -
M. Hulme, a well known grocery z ru just send papa around and make
PURE salesman, is at the Ocala House.A. S. WOODROW, Agent, Ocala, Fla. pons engraved and attached, signed by
the mayor and city clerk, and shall him buy if for me; also a pretty set

F. Levering a real estate man of ---- -- --- _.- bear the corporate seal of said city of -i-T: i
GROCERIES .L .J.r- -s t t of harness and laprobe, too. Where
Jacksonville, is at the Montezuma.Mr. Ocala, and to be sold at not less than 'ii
th'MJ Jj 'l Another silly question. Why *. *
MUNROE & CHAMBLISSBANKERS their face value. li
and Mrs. Harry Watterson of 4 l /=r
The proceeds from the sale of said

Everything sold by me is Columbus, Ga., are at the Club House. bonds to be applied for the purpose of i J:_ S. A. STANDLEY & CO'S

fresh and pure. This is ab E. Alonzo Cordrey, a prominent lumbErman paying: off and cancelling an outstanding -

of Fort Meade, is at the Ocala judgment against the city of Ocala;

solutely necessary in the gt'oI I House. taking up, paying off and retiring the -......, -- -_,.J.Jd. .

t. eery business, both from the LOANS DEPOSITS indebtedness of said city, representedby
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Begley of Atlantaare its outstanding scrip issued by said ,
standpoint of the seller and the arrivals at the Ocala =WHO'LL BE THEM
among CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATIONEDWARDS city, and such as may be issued by said t

the consumer. Phone and House. city pending the negotiation of said

bonds; to provide a fund for the neces-
free delivery. Mr. A. S. Wolly of Gainesville, pres-
sary and ordinary maintenance, repair 'KING and QUEEN
ident of the Florida Fertilizer Com-
BROTHERS and replacement of the electric
pany, is at the Montezuma.W. .
light plant owned by said city and

C. Francis of New York is at the for such increased appliances for the
Ocala House. Mr. Francis will conductthe manufacture and distribution of elec- /.

mill and factory sale at the Boston tricity in connection with said plantas

L. HALL Prop. I Store. Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis may be necessary to furnish the RIFLES CARNIVAL i I FESTIVAL

same to the takers of the electric ser-
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peacock of Wil-
vice supplied by said city; and to provide .
: For liston are guests of the Ocala House. WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
I a fund to be used in placing said
WATCHESAnd Mr. Peacock is one of the leading tur- OCALA Jan., 914Open :
YE1lfe city on a cash basis.
pentine operators in the state. CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
I Those electors who desire to vote

REPAIRSGO I Captain S. C. Means of McIntosh was FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109 for the authorization the issuing of
to every Lady and Gentleman, married or single, in t
TO- at the Montezuma yesterday. He was bonds of said city for the purposes
Ocala. Votes are now on sale, and can be secured at G.
above mentioned, and to an amountnot
accompanied by Miss H. Means, a
F. G. B. WEIHE exceeding forty-five thousand dollars A. Nash's Dry Goods Store, Weihe's Jewelry Store,
charming young lady of Spartanburg
Blake & Martin's Ocala News Company, Postoffice Drug
PL7uo PJI(1)18
S. C. will plac a cross mark (X) to the
The Jeweler. Store, T. B. Snyder's Haberdashery and Gent's Furnish-
left of the words "For bonds not to
ing Goods Store, and the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
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NO PITY SHOWN -AND- exceed forty-five thousand dollars,

"For fate was after me con- and those electors who desire to vote
W.W. arman& Co. tinuously," writes F. A. Gullege Ver- J1HPrm IlH O7iIkD against the authorization of the issuingof .

bena, Ala. I had a terrible case of bonds of said city for the purposes ARE ELIGIBLE
You will nna a well selected stock of above mentioned will place a cross
Piles, 24 tumors. When all
causing New Scenery and Back-grounds, New I Now is the time to put your best girl,in the lead. The
groceries at failed Budden'srnic& Salve curedme. mark (X) to the left of the words,
Mounts and New Ideas in lady receiving the largest number of votes will be presented -
CARMAN & CD'S, I Equally good for burns and all "Against bonds not "to exceed forty- with a beautiful 14-karat Gold Watch; the gentleman.

Two Stores North of and South of City I aches and pains. Only 25c. at the An- five thousand dollars. h avingthe most votes will also receive a handsome present.
Market ti-Monopoly Drugstore.For THE OTTLIEB( STUDIO The voting shall be by ballot, and

at the following named places, and the

Specialties the second time in ten years the I N. B*-Babies, quick as a wink. names of the clerks and inspectors of VOTES ONLY ONE CENTHARDWARET
FRUITS --- ----- -
AND VEGETABLES, said election in the several wards are
flag of Japan floats over Port :Arthur,
CHICKENS AND EGGS and already the powers of Europe are as follows:
First shall be on
Ward-Voting place
Remember the place and rest assur- asking "Who shall haul it down Only LUMBERROUGH
lot 8, Reardon's Middletown addition to .
ed we will treat you right. those seeking a great deal of trouble
need apply. city of Ocala. Inspectors John Pas-

W. W. CARMAN & CO. teur, S. S. Savage, A. JI. Carlton; clerk,

I OR O. B. Howse.
Second \Vard-Voting place shall be
PURE MILKPure All colds
coughs and pulmonarycomplaints j
Phone the court room at the city halL Inspectors -
that are curable are quickly i or
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D. A. Miller Isaac
cured by One Minute Cough Cure.:, C. M. Livingston; clerk, G. M. Hub-
Milk and Cream Clears the phlegm draws out inflammation I B. H. SEYMOUR bard.

and heals and soothes the af- Third Ward-Voting place shall be We carry a foil and complete line of
are among the greatestof fected parts, strengthens the lungs' PHONE NO. 25 Ocala, Fla.
over Pittman's store, block 47, old sur- :
table delicacies. They wards off pneumonia. Harmless and vey. Inspectors, S. C. Stone, W. B. HARDWARE OF ALL KINDSStoves.

pleasant to take. Sold by William Fuller, Edwin Pittman clerk W. 0.
are both RICH, PURE and Anderson. I i Wald. ; Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of
suppliedTHE I I Fourth "Ward-Voting place shall beat
by The present troubles in Morocco;: j Jones' bottling works. Inspectors WIRE FENCING

point to its early absorption by Franc i I J. Leavengood G.
R. C. Loveridge A. .
HERMITAGE DAIRY This would be a distinct gain to civ-, -xFirst; Class Meals R. Smith; clerk, L W. Ogle. PHOSPHATE

ilizatlon. ; The polls shall be opened at the hour

GEO B. TYLER. Prop. \ I II I of 8 o'clock a. m, and closed at TURPENTINE
II o'clock p. HL, with an intermission of
I and
We have never heard of a single Instance one-half hour between 12 noon and 1 .

H. R. HUNTER of a cold resulting in pneumonia: p. m., standard time. .

or other lung trouble when Foley's:,' Oysters in All Styles.Dining I The ordinance passed by the city Sash, Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements> of ID Iinds.This .

Honey and Tar has been taken. It not! council, and approved by the mayor,

..... !L. .GUN.- only stops the coughs, but heals and I Room open until midnight. Personal I and herein referred to, shall be pub- is the' Tool

-and-- strengthens the lungs. Ask for Foley's j lished with this proclamation.In .
attention given to special orders anythingthe
Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute -'! testimony whereof I have here- -FORJ -

LOCKSMITHRepairing offered. Dr. J. C. Bishop of Ag- i market offers prepared for the table on unto subscribed my name as mayorof i ,

new, Mich.,writes: "I have used Foley's:< short notice. the said city of Ocala, and the sameis Fall and Spring') Crops

a Specialty. Honey and Tar in three very se\ere';; attested by the clerk of said city,

cases of pneumonia with good results with the seal thereof attached on this, --
i iI Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar 1
I in every case." Sold by the Postoffice''' the 6th day of January, 1905.

ALEXANDER I Drugstore. I (Seal) W. J. Edwards. Mayor. We will be pleased
Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands.
1 Attest: E. K. Nelson City Clerk.

Practical The Reinecke Coal Mining Companyof Special Price to Regular Boarders ;:: tomes you at all

CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful Madisonville Ky., will hereafter pro- !I The Japanese took :25,000! ( prisoners at : .

hibit its employes from smoking cigarettes -i i Port Arthur, of whom less than 10,000 .
estimates made on all contract The offender will be fined for were able to remain on the fightingline. MKRION H1= RDW7TRE .GO.'

work. Gives more and better work for the first two infections of the rule and The siege cost the Japanese near- ,- -. .,.
tie money than any other In town. discharged for the third. I McGratti's Stand ly 50,000 men in killed a&4 wounded. SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & 'MacDUfF._ ,, .



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