The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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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.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Volume SO. Number J66 OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, J904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year :

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) The Christmas Game of Football With Colorado Republicans are Working to < "

\ Imported Grenoble' Walnuts Jacksonville-But the Times.Union Presents.Fine Set Aside the Will of the People and BHNKERS :;:;,i ',
!ttrr y "
t Jumbo Pecans. Shelled Almonds. Confesses That It Took the Services Put the Autocrat Peabody in the -

30-40 California Prunes. of Two First Team Heavyweights to Place That Belongs to Adams
Evaporated Peaches and Apricots. Save the Day. I I Denver, Colo.. Dec. 27.-If the fifteenth DEPOSITS
Suit Cases Satchels and Trunks !: General Assembly of Colorado,
Seeded Raisins and Currants. (Times-Union Dec. 26.) ,
:which is to meet on Wednesday Janu- CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION

Lowneys Chocolate and Cocoa. Jacksonville defeated Ocala on the Slippers for Ladies' and GentlemenFine j,ary f. shall effectuate the plans formu- '"
gridiron yesterday by a score of 6 to
lated by the of the republican -
Mince Meat and Pumpkin For Pies '
0, but it required the services of theYance's Shoes for post-election campaign, Governor
Cranberries and Cranberry Sauce. and Tippin to win the game
James H. chief EDWARDS
Peabody may serve as BROTHERSAT
Sour and Sweet Mixed Pickles. against the fast and snappy eleven Men's Hats and Furnishings. executive of this state for two years ..
which Ocala defend her colors.
Mangoes and Sweet Pickle Peaches There was sent a good to game in the presence : Ladies Fine Umbrellas. more, despite the fact that Alva Adams -
i still has nearly 10,000 plurality THE CITY MARKET
-ATThAPOT of a small crowd, Ocala having
I since the votes of five Denver precinctswere
drawn from Tampa for Steadman, Kis- Make Your Selection.
thrown out order of the
GROCERY by supreme -
singer and Pemberton. It was a fast court, in consequence of frauds: Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchers
team, and one which held the second .
I:exposed in contempt proceedings ,
eleven of Jacksonville for downs before -

the game had proceeded for any W J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY I I against There election will be officials. '

PROMPT PAYMENT nI great length of time. I thirty or more a republican In the General majorityof Assembly WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS .

In the first half neither of the two
BILLS is the BASIS I of i which will canvass the vote
teams was able to score, and the same THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. for state officers. It is proposed to have CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
would have been true of the second I
CREDIT /. /. /. :. -- ___ ,. # the* General Assembly appoint a spe- FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109 '
half had it not been determined to putIn '
I I I cial contest committee of from nine totweh"e
the Yanceys. The entrance of the OCALA BAND OF MERCYA I 'STRUCTIONSI .
,PHOTpGRAPHIC" members, to which will be sub-
Our Bills Are Due Yanceys into the game was marked bya mitted the evidence of wholesale fraudsin

When PresentedIf sensational play of Hogan Yancey in large gathering of the band is to will 1 give 1 instructions 1 'developinganl.fnishin.kodak Denver, and possibly some other CLEARING OUT SALEOF

a delayed pass, he getting the ball and take place on Thursday next at 3 p. m., \} \vorkp\J' you can counties, which evidence the republican -

Yen Dluppolnt Us, Do Not Be carrying it from Jacksonville's 35-yard at Miss Sharpe's kindergarten. Rev. finis your.own pictures. /By\hese instruct committees. have been collecting

Surprised if Farther Credit is line to the Ocala goal. It was another H. W. Little will preside, as usual. An nsyou can learn at honw during since the election. ALL WINTER MILLINERY

of the sensational plays in which interesting and varied program will be .eveu/ngs. Satisfaction guars ei'd. The republican managers maintainthat
Refilled - -
Yancey excels, and while it was made carried out by many kind friends to .Charge/I, Reasonable. lull on or address with the fraudulent vote of AT COST

w: J. Chambers Shoe Co. when there was but little at stake, due help on the good work. Light refresh- C. ,Turner Photographer, :-, Denver eliminated Governor Peabody -

Ocala Steam LaundryW. to lack of interest in the game, It was ments will be served. Members kindly 85. S. Lime street. !/ 'will have at least 7000 plurality in this
nevertheless spectacular and called for '-. ; Mrs. Tompkins will sell all kinds of Winter Millinery at
: P. EdwardsT. wear their badges and colors-blue and I f county and 2000 in the state. The republicans -

B. Snyder the first enthusiastic awakening of the white. Emily Tatham Sec. J Nuts, fruits and candies at Taylor's. say that they do not intend bargains from December to 1st, January f, J905. Bargains .'

Edwards Bl'OSYEIHe Jacksonville the touchdown contingentAfter had been made I that the legal votes shall be sifted from in prices in fine goods. Closing out sale. Thirty _
the illegal, and then counted, or tha.tthe
1 I Steadman claimed that Yancey had legislature shall reject the entire days' bargains. All winter stock sold in that time, or lessif

For stepped claim which out has of bounds.been used It this was yearto the PLANTATION FOR RENT FOR 1905The pose vote of that Denver about county 1800 democratic, but they precincts pro-- possible, will also sell out the business, stock and good

take three touchdowns from Yancey.
WATCHESAnd in the state shall be thrown out,
At first the referee gave the oa the ground of alleged frauds, and
touchdown and told Yancey to kick property belong g : the estate of Abram Martin, situated that IRS L. T TOMPKINS
REPAIRS00 the vote of the republican precincts I
goal, but when Ocala announced that in the eastern portion of Sugar Himmock. comprising a plantation of shall be counted. They assert; ,

TOPI she would go off the field. Jacksonville about 500 acres under fence, (a r. w wire fence), about 350 acres of that the supreme court has establisheda Opposite Pittman's Furniture Store. .

c. B. WEIHE magnanimously gave in and returned which are in fine stat of cultivation, is for rent next year. precedent for such a procedure.This .
the ball, this being done without -
radical I is
These lanes regarded of the best and well program opposed by =
are as quality are
Tie Jeweler. even a wrangle and In -00 -c 00 .
a happy some conservative republican leaders, o 00 00 00 -0 -0 -0-0 -0-0 dI
spirit. adopted for the cultivation of all the crops produced in thl7 section. ..
and until the legislature meets and I The Ockla-walia Inn
But from that time Yancey and Tip- Apply toDAVID takes action it cannot be known cer- I i
pin commenced a series of line busks 4| (Formerly DeWeese House) i
tainly whether Adams will
Peabody or
LAMP GIVEN AWAYWe which broke everything before them. S. WOODROW. Agent: Ocala, Fla. be governor for the next two )'ears. O OKLA W AHA AVENUE OCALA. FLORIDA

Tippin and Yancey both carried the The democratic leaders are prepar- b Conveniently Located-Professional Cook-Rooms Large Q
will to our ball at times for gains of ten yards
give away
ing to contest vigorously the attemptto | and Airy-Splendid Service |
customers absolutely free a with the Ocala contingent fastened to I
reseat Peabody.The
; RATES. |1.00 PER DAY
large and handsome parlor them like grim death. It was a steady pIllmI\18] PJl81l18$ democratic managers declare '
I gain for the goal, with the same tactics there is Special rates to families wishing to take their meals out durO
a monstrous be-
lamp. Every cash purchaseof conspiracy ? .
being used at every play, and It hind the disclosures of fraud shown in I Ing the summer.! I

50 cents entitels you to one was not long before the touchdown had contempt proceedings before the supreme PO- O- O- 0- O- O-- O- 0- 0-0- 0-0- O-0-O-O- 0!

chance on this lamp, whichcan been made and the goal kicked. HJlm! ANDOHRDS court. They say that the bunches -

be seen in. our window. The game was refereed by Lieutenant \ of spurious ballots, all in one handwriting -
V t
Our line of groceries is fresh W. D. Vinzant, Jr., who was fair, found in the boxes from differ-

and up-to-date in every par- and against whom there were no kicksat New Scenery and Back-grounds, New ent precincts could not have been plac- W. P. EDWARDS

any stage of the game. While Ocala Mounts and New Ideas in Photography. ed in the boxes on election day with-
ticular. Free and de-
lost the game her eleven returns home out having been observed by the At the City Market

livery.W.W.CARMANGROCERYCO. with the satisfaction of knowing that watchers,
they were not defeated by the team THE GOTTLIEB( STUDIO have been tampered charge with that the since boxes the Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetables

which .
they came here to play.In election, legal votes being abstractedand ,
their efforts yesterday the members in Season
spurious ballots being substituted
HANDSOME STOCK of the second team demonstratedthat N. B.-Babies, quick as a wink.CIF therefor.

there was strong material for a
City and Country Trade SolicitedFree
good eleven, and that there has beena
remarkable Improvement in the workof
Delivery Phnne J2 J.
Fall and Winter Piece the game substitutes for Jackson ,
ville's big eleven -
Goods. REAL ESTATENow We do not know of a single instance

BILIOUS COLIC PREVENTED where a cough or cold resulted in pneu-

is the time to call on DITTO, and look over monia or consumption when Foley's J. R. MARTIN & CO.
Take doubfe Honey and Tar had been taken. It
of Chamberlain'sColic.
I have now In the handsomest and
Cholera and Diarrhoea the following property. cures coughs and colds perfectly, so do
most up-to-date line of Piece Goods for Remedyas
not take chances with unknown
Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, for Fall soon as the first Indication of the 40 acre farm two and one-halt miles south of town $400 some
preparation which contain ,
and Winter Wear, that has ever been disease appears and a threatened attack 20 acre farm two and one-half miles south of town S4-S which condition
cause constipation a
offered in Ocala. Call early, see the may be warded off. Hundreds of 20 acre farm two miles north of town $300
that retards from cold. Ask
people use the remedy In this way with Hammock land mile south of recovery a .
Goods and Styles, and make your selec. 20 acres one town $375
tion. Many years of experience. Ev- perfect success. Sold by all druggists. Good home, 8 rooms, one-fourth acre lot, rents for $12.50 $900 for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps
substitute offered. Sold thPostofllce
ery piece of work guaranteed, and the Five-room house and 3 acres, one mile west of town $4 I any Drugstore. by Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.

Prices are in keeping with the Goods. MARRIAGE OF MILLIONS Splendid home and lot, one-half-acre $1500 i

Jetty Burnett, Miss Gladys Vanderbilt Engaged to Other and better properties for sale by: j WITH BLOODY HANDS FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSESHorses

Robert W. Goelet Room 1 2 Merchants Block {! TO A BRINY GRAVE
Merchant Tailor. I I F. W. DITTOLUMBER !i and Mules for Sale. Horses

New York Dec 27. Miss I.
I Gladys
4 -1 Is the Welcome the Japanese Hope to Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
Vanderbilt the richest girl in the United I
i Give the Baltic Fleet
: States is said to be engaged to
RobertV.. Goelet. the richest young Tokio, Dec. :..-The last information .

\NTRA ?J IING AND \ILDING man in New York City received of the Russian fleet was thatit .

: Xo formal announcement has yet was proceeding east in two divisionsto

Carpentering nd been made but the many friends of ROUGH DRESSED a rendezvous at Chagos Islands

i \General Repairing the pair declare that the engagementexists .about in the middle of the Indian

and it is only a question of time Phone Ocean and that it was expected to ar- !
/j Satisfaction quatan edI See or
when Mrs."anderbilt will make the rive there this wEek.It .

/ /\ Aditess \ match public.As was also said that the entire fleet

OX 'W *. \ OCALA, FLA to the union of fortunes which B. H. SEYMOURPHONE would then proceed to Batavia, Java
.- \ V We foil and complete line of
this engagement means, the facts are and that it might be expected thereabout carry
\ x NO. 25. Ocala, Fla. .
glittering. They will be the richest ;' the first wee kin January.
0\! ride \ young pair In the United States. i Should it take this course it would HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS

Mr. Goelet Is the only son of Robert pass into the China S-a through the

I In a palace car so dignified, Goelt>t, who left an estate estimated at j I Straits of Sunda. instead of the Straitsof Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of T

J40.000.000. There were only three RESTAURANT Malacca, and assuming that its
Lounging around in luxurious ease i WIRE FENCING
heirs, his mother his sister and hIm- proach would bP discovered by ap-I

s 4f. Young Goelet. besides his own .Japanese scouts the two great '

Building castles as you please share, inherits his Sill..r's.Miss .;|(> First Class Meals probably would meet a short distanceoff I PHOSPHATE fl

Vanderbilt already has J5.000.- the southern toast of the Island of TURPENTINE S

Unmolested fumes choke 000. and will cote into $15,000,000 more. Sumatra. -
In point of numbers the fleets are and MILLSash U
L Ham of cinders, or grime smoke; OF INTEREST TO MOTHERS evenly' matched in regard to battleships j

Thousands of little ones die in .All each having seven. But of armored !|
now-a-days people appreciate year of croup. Most of them could every have I Oystei-s Styles.Dining cruisers, Japan has eight and Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds.

I been saved by a few doses of Foley'sHoney 'Russia: two and of protected cruisers
E\"ery comfort small and great. Room until midnight. Personal This is the Tool
and Tar, Ad every family with open Japan has fifteen and Russia six. Japan -

Reason compels to understand children should kwp it in the house. It attention f given to special orders, anythingthe has twenty torpedo boat destroyersand

you contains no opiates and Is safe and market offers prepared for the table on Russia tweh -FOR- '

SOUTHERN PACIFIC is best sure. Mrs. George H. Picket San short notice. 1 With these two powerful fleets clashing -

.1 in the land to Louisiana, Texas, Francisco CaL writes: "My baby hada in the Indian Ocean, naval experts Fall and Spring Crops .

dangerous attack of croup and we look fur the greatest naval engagement ...
Mexico and California Special
thought she would choke to death but Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar know in the history of war. .,
homeseekers rates to Louisiana, ..
one dose of Foley's Honey and Tar relieved -
Texas, New Mexico and Arizonain her at once after other remedies Skilled Cooks, Attractive 'Vaiters and Choice Viand MOTHERS, BE CAREFUL We will be pleased -

December. had failed. We are never a minute Special Price to Regular Boarders !I Of the health of your chlllren. Lookout to see you 'at aft ./

Information cheerfully given without it In the house" Sold by the i for Coughs, Colds, Croup and times ;
Postofflce Drugstore. i:Whooping Cough. Stop them in time.
'; J. F. VAN RENSSELAER, THE CARMICHAEL & SON GO ;One Mjnute Cough Cure is the best '
General Agent. A? elegant line of lace and portiere remedy. Harmless and pleasant. Sold > .. ..:
M Peachtree St.,Atlanta, Ga curtains>at McIver and 1IacKa.y' At Mc&rathL's Stand I'I by Wra Anderson. I( SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacDUFF. "t ''

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father Lockwood when Mr. Vane wamurdered. THE .COlORED. ,PfOPLES

O.K. The Yellow "Do you remember the other nurse, DEPARTMENTRev. '.

the first one I had?"

Mr. Ireland grew Indignant and puffed -

HollyBy angrily at his: cigar. "I do, indeed" ATLANTIC COAST LINE J. E. A. Ketkr, Editor.A. .

I CroceryFOOT he said wrathtully "a vulgar! forward

FERGUS HUME, hussy. She was not bad looking: either Like
Hadley made a flying visit to Zell-.
Author of "The Mystery of a and set up for being a lady Here he
Hansom Cab." Etc.OopyrtflM. began to laugh. "Would you believe r a Comet wood to visit relatives.

BALL it, George, my boy, she was In love Will. SELL
1&J3. lv G. W. DGUngham \in the
The \\i sky comes: The editor of this department spent.
Company with your father and showed It so S of health
plainly that he was obliged to get rid Ythe\;\\ to the star weak and the happiest Christmas at his churchat
FREE TO BOYS of her?" famous remedy \\A\\; Twin Lake that he has for years.
; despon-
(Continued from Saturday.) doesforfte.tom-U\\d.r/d ROUND TRIP TICKETSat
"What was her name? ftc>
she ach that which It \N rinV 11Ub.tod.lorVjVtr.y..h Your attention ia called to the advertisement -
"Eliza Stokes. And was hand \ ;
Every 'twenty-five cents you CHAPTER YL I some in a bouncing way" itseFi I even !f wU t !. \ ; tro..t.'es"n.l: in this column of the hot soda *
"What became of her?" e apparatus at the Red Cross Pharmacy.For .<
his disagreeable experi' slfghty disorsered: : \, \.A .
for fire works digestive
spend with us AFTER In the Bloomsbury dis "I can't tell you" said Ireland, with or overburdened.h\ disorder. very Low Rates betweenall comfortable lodging and choice;

we will give you a chance at Brendon was not very sudden reserve. \'
"Did her after she was dis- ; choice meals and lunches call at the
see ,
but you Kodol \\
anxious to go there again,
a $3.50 Rugby missed?" December 23 old reliable Mack House on West
it was necessary that he should do 90 \\\\. \ points on ,

BALL to be given to some If he wanted to see his guardian. From Ireland turned his cigar slowly and supplies! the natural! \\} \ Broadway.Just .

force of habit he still continued to call did not look at George when he replied. Juices of digestion and !r\\!'. \

lucky boy Xmas Eve. him so, although Mr. Ireland had long "Yes, I did. When and where it does does the work of the ,.\.\ 24, 25, 30 and 31st, J904 arrived at Kaamlnski's New

stomach, : the Exchange a large supply of '
since ceased to act in that capacity. not matter. : relaxing '\ oranges

George had a sincere respect for him "But it does matter-to me!" cried nervous ter..i:OI., while: V: t\f\ apples, bananas, grapes, pineapples,'
8K B8 S. the iaaa: :ced muscles! \1'1I + and 1st 1905.
L pmDS. and frequently paid him a visit. Usual Rr*>ndon anxiously. "It Is to know I and of that .IJ" v January cocoanuts fancy candles, fireworks and

ly It was one of ceremony or of en- about her that I came here to see you organ are allowed: to I, \ I' \ choice groceries. Orders promptly filled --

joyment, but on this occasion: the today." rest and ha!. It cures : \ \ on short notice. West Broadway.
Phone J74. young man went In search of knowl "I thought you came about your Indigestion; ; (fatusnce! \

NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY edge. birth," said Ireland sharply." palpitation! of the:heart and, 'I \,\ Tickets ood to nBtUIij Until Peter Green of Dunnrtlon and his

Ireland was an eccentric characterwho "That among other things. nervous dyspepsia daughter Miss Grade of Fessenden
The old man looked down again and al: stomach troubles bycleansir.
collected Most collectoI'iturn :
posters. Academy, at Martin, in the
are city.

H. R. HUNTER snuffboxes their, to attention autographs to stamps and such, to was appeared turning to over be In in deep his own thought.mind;; how He strengthening membranes: :?,purifylr.g of the the glands!stomt1'and, 9, JonUUlij 4t l 1905.D visiting Mrs. Mary A. James. C

like trifles, but Mr. Ireland hunted fcr much or how little he should tell ach and digestive organs. U Hot soda apparatus at the Red

. those gigantic and gaudy pictures George. And the young man lookedat 1 Cross Pharmacy, West" Broadway:
. GUN'and .- which make gay the thoroughfares of. him anxiously. Much depended
the city. upon the speech of Mr. Ireland. At Kodol Dyspepsia Cure SEE TICKET AGENTS FOR FULL INFORMATIONAS where you can get hot lemonade, ginger
chocolate bouillon coffee etc. Everything .
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last the silence broken, and by a
Ue was a tall old man with rather was TO RATES AND TRAIN SERVICEF.
is in first class order. Holiday -
remark. "I loved
most unexpected
LOCKSMITHRepairing long white hair and a clean shaven, Tour Dealer CaD Supply Yes
mother," said Ireland."I prices. Call and satisfy yourself.
benign face. His usual height did your
Bottlts only. SLCI; Size holding!! 1'4 times J. HUBER, MISS C. MAUGHS,
away with the Impression of his excessive never knew that, said Brendon the tnil50ze! ,which ae,!a for SOc.

a Specialty.W.W.Catman&Co.. stoutness.: (;eore;; often won softly, for he saw that the man was fr.wr.4 tj t. D.Win 4 CO, CBICAOO. Depot Ticket Agent. City Ticket Agent.T. The receipts of the Royal Benefit Society -

dered at his ,size, considering! : that the moved at the recollection of some early J WHITE.. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla. are In the hands of the
man ate comparatively little. Mr. Ire- romance."I Mrs. D. H. Brown. All members are

land was dressed In glossy: broadcloth never spoke of it before," was the Sold by WM. ANDERSON Ocala. urged to meet their obligations before

scrupulously brushed and wore an old reply; and Ireland laid down his cigarto -- --- ----- -- : the last of the month.L. .
fashioned Gladstone collar. He had speak more freely. "Yes, I loved
You will nnd a well selected stock of
Rosina Lockwood with all my heart Green the tonsorial artist and
mild blue eyes, rather watery, and a AT THE CITY MARKETWe
groceries atCARMAN large mouth with full red lips. This and soul. I was not bad looking in lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft

& CO'S., hint of sensuality was contradicted by those days, George, and I had a good I THE s keep on hand a full line of the best Beef Pork Mutton and Sausageto and sweet and my hair-cut Is the bestI

on North Main St north of city market the serenity and pallor of his face and Income, but she preferred your fa be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. Careful attention to have two of the finest chairs that turn

by his life, which was as correct as his ther." TEXAS PACIFIC order s.n.1 quirk Jpiiv"r" ma'!* W. L JONES, Proprietor every way. Razors fixed in all styles.
dress and as methodical as his hours. "I am sorry to be obliged to ask you
Call and be convinced. West Broad-
for of the ," said Brendon
Never was there so methodical a a story past
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, "but it means so muchto f4p way, next to A. Smith. .A
man. He lived by the clock, and'with apologetically" sQ RAILWAY t,+ -

CHICKENS AND EGGS him one day exactly resembled an- me. Tompkins, the all round hustler of
other. lie rose at a certain your and "I'll tell you all I can," said Ireland, FRISCO SYSTEMChicago
Remember the place and rest assur- the city market blue stall, stands readyto
retired precisely when the hand on the taking no notice of the apology. lie
ed we will treat you right collect bis The Great Eastern supply the public with best choice
clock indicated another. His meals paused for a moment to
& Eastern Illinois R. R. meats and pork sausage in the county.
thoughts and then began abruptly. "I
W. W. CARMAN & CO. were always reularand he had stated
hours for walking when he went out first met your mother at her father's and Western Line DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS Customers will testify to the same;

whether It was wet or fine, sunny or house Amelia square, where I wentto -Between- also has on hand daily, the Cedar Key,

C. BULLContractor foggy. The man was like a machine, take lessons in singing. Lockwoodwas Homosassa and Crystal River oysters,

and George, when living with him In famous for his method In those Across the Entire States oiIEXA5 St. Louis and Chicago and fish of all kinds, at holiday price

his early days, had often found these days, and his fame was increased by I Give him a call.

and restrictions Irksome. It was 1 o'clock the appearance of your mother, Ro i
We have been listening to hear from
Builder when Brendon called, and Mr. Ireland sine at many concerts. She was a $ LOUISIANA
had just finished his luncheon. At most beautiful creature and was as I From LaSalle Street Station, Chicago....9:50 a. m.-9:10 p.m. our editors and publishers of the Stir,

Quick and Careful Estimates Made much admired for her beauty as for and we think we shall hear the Christ-
2 precisely he would leave the house NO TROUBLE TO A SER QUESTIONS From Union 8taMerchants B'dge) St. Louis 9:30 a. m.-9:46 p.m.

Box 64, Ocala. Fla for his one hour's constitutional. Bren her voice. Ah, what a voice: It was Morning or evening connection at both termini with lines diverging mas "Carroll" soon. Read between the

don was aware of this and had timed like the thrill of a lark, flexible and silvery Direct Line to lines.

and with an immense range. .
his visit accordingly. Nevertheless Ire- *Notice-The Grand Communicationof
land looked at his watch and men She was quite the rage for a season NORTH TEXAS Equipment entirely new and modern throughout.
PUREMILKPure tioned the fact. and was called the English Jenny NEW MEXICO the Most Worshipful Union Grand
A doubletrack railway. Lodge of Ancient P. A. Masons of Florida -
Lind. Many offers were made to her
"I can only give you an hour,
George," he said. "You know my hab- for the operatic stage.: I dare say she ARIZONAand Equipped with practical and approved safety appliances. and its jurisdiction will convene In

Milk and Creamare its." would have accepted In the end had Substantially constructed. Ocala, Fla., at 12 m., on January

the greatestof "An hour will be sufficl et" replied she not met with Percy Vane, and '"' 10, 1905. All persons desiring delegates*
among hand clinched.
Brendon, taking the one chair. "You he"Ireland's CALIFORNIA for board and lodging will please communicate -
table delicacies. They Brendon saw that the recital was .nr
with Dr. R. A. M. Benton
r ....... ...., f rv- -': '.'4__ or ._ painful to him, and but that he was WHITE-SCREAM
are both RICH PURE and aooOJL WRITE Full SEW L'00KOFTEXAS. FREE W. M., Box 357 Ocala Fla. The Heroines -
80 anxious to get at the proofs of his WORMS VERMIFUGE !*

WHOLESOME if suppliedby birth would have asked him to desist. E. P. TURNER PattisQuanUty. &atlQuality. of Jericho will meet at the same

"Percy Vane was a handsome man time.

and rich. I warned Lockwood that he General Passenger Agent I For 20 Years Has' 'dlJ!!! Worm Remedies y Pay your debts. Don't let January

': DAISY was in love with Rosina, but the old DALLAS, TEXAS soxiza .zr JsmjroGrxa'by ... catch you in debt and making excuses.
t man would not heed. lIe was flatteredby *
4'e --- --- ---- --- -- _- -. -- 1 -* JAMES F. EALLARD, St Louis. Try and have a clejJ conscience once
the attention Rosina received. All ''
more in life.'Remember.
through that season Vane was in at- Georgia Southern For sale by the Anti-Monopoly and all other first class drug store.
tendance on Rosina. At the end of It I the Bee Hive Grocery.Fine .
he eloped with her-yes. lIe met her & Florida choice family groceries candles,
I outside St. James' hall! and they fruits, vegetables, cigars and tobacco.

eloped.] "Suwanee River Route." i iI I I GO SOUTHWEST Cheap for cash. F. Mention South
"Where did they go to?" asked Bren
---.-- ----- I Main St., two doors below city market -
"My father bad been a sufferer from slot headache 7i + don eagerly. ,
for the lust twenty-five years and never found any "That I cannot say. Rosina! wrote ,Dbl"Flyer!Quick StepLv.i'alatka. Like Time and Tide, the Great
relief nntil he began taking, :your Cascarets. Since .. ... .... :
three weeks afterward from Paris, --- Christmas day has passed and the
he has Cascireta he
began taking has never had : '---1 Southwest awaits no man but
the headache. They have entirely cured him. signing herself Vane and stating that .............. 550 P m 81) a m holidays are passing; the New Year
CascaretJ do what you recommend them to do. I 7j>I mI 7 45 a m it's easier to aboard
she the wife of Lv.Jacksonville..i: a heap get
will give you the privilege of aging his name." was Percy. .H.\aldusta. .... ...... l1spmj l UUOpm Is approaching, and let us renew our
E.M.Uicksou,113))Reamer bk,W.ImliaaapoUMad. "Was grandfather angry" .. ....... I
my Ar. Tltton. 123ii a mi: 12:13 P m I at the instant of starting than to zeal for the Master, consecrating our
I "Yes and no. lIe was angry that he Ar. Cordele.. .... .....1 144; a mi 148pm ;
Best for i S. A. L. ar. I 1 I contend with the element of lives more fully for his service, and
should have lost her, for she was of Ar.Amf'rlcu.. ........1 7 51 ami 8 OS P mr.l.olumbu
The Bowels use to him as an advertisement of .\ : : .. .. ; 12ij! P m5, 15 P m momentum later. : : : : : living more consistent to his divine
......L. .. .
Ar. lontgomE'ry I 7 5:) P m
his method of singing and also she G.s. a r. RV. will in the future than we have in the

I I 1 earned a great deal of money. The Ar. Macon .. .......' 340am I fl0pmGFOltGlA past.
e R. L Let us tne details ot
tANOV house In Amelia square was large and Ar. Au usa. ......... 8 pm give you The Original Bee Hive on West
required a good deal to keep It up. C.OF G. R. R. I.7 25:! am'' this new country's; rapid growth,
Broadway is the place to secure bargains -
Ar. 25! a m 103pm
Besides, Anthony Lockwood was extravagant Ar. Atlantd..7, 03 a m.T. .. .. and your chance to grow up
"1 u-teh to hear the story of my parents." That was why you were \ Birmingham ... 12 :20 m with it. Illustrated literaturefree. in Christmas toys, assorted chi-

\ .lo'mpills .... h 05 P UI. ., . I i naware toilet articles, wire jewelry
not well sir" he add left so badly off. .
are looking very x. C. ';T. L.Ar. I I
Plewant Palatable.Potent.Taste II II
Gno l.Do Oood.
Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10c 2St.< 50c.Never ed, noting the fagged air of the old Brendon >shrugged his shoulders. "It Marietta .... Ii 11 a m Ii 11J P m II I I i I clocks, watches. General repairing a
old in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped C C c. Ar. Chattanooga<< ".'". 1110( P m 1u 53 a m
Guaranteed to care or roar money tack. man. was good of my grandfather to leaveme A r. ash\"lIl II wpm 3 IS P m Rates SouthwestCut specialty.
Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 558 anything," Le !said "but in what 11,1..CEST. R. R. I 7 :14 P mAr.t.
"I have not been sleeping] so soundly There will be a grand entertainmentat

ANNUAL SALE, TEN MilLION BOXES ] as usual," rejoined Ireland. "At my way was my-Mr. Lockwood pleased? Ar. Chicago L..uis .. .__...I f,2 2IJa a m'm...' ...... Almost in Two St. Paul A. M. E. church on Tucker
You hinted that he was not quite an- a. .\: N. R, R. '
age-and I am now seventy-five ......' Hill on Thursday night, at which time
Ar. uls\"Jllt' i 30 ani; J250 P m 3 EC 6 AND 20 190 -JAN.3 AND 17 1905
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES can't be expected: to enjoy my bed so gry. CincInnati :2u! a m 12 OU m ,
there will be Christmas tree also.
much "Well," said Ireland, "be was flattered c. 3 E. I. R. R. \9Ar. a
as a ;young person. Chicago ....... I 151m 420pmoli.l Everybody is invited. Admission 10
that his daughter should have !
4s time was short and Mr. Ireland] i
Via Seaboard Air Line Railway married into the aristocracy." I GEO. H. LEE, S. L PARROTT cents. Mrs. Phil Graham superintendent. -
would be sure to terminate the Interview trains from Jacksonville to
Tickets will be sold to the public at exactly at the stated hour "Then there was no question of the I Gen. Pass. Agt.. Dlst. Pass. Agt., .
Ia'on. Trains from Palatka connects I IIt I
one and one-third fare for the round I George plunged immediately into the marriage? I II I, I 1 Remember the Christmas cantata at
"No. Lord Derrington said nothingtill : Valdosta with trains going north Little Rock, Ark. Atlanta, Ga.
business which had him hither. -
of the brought
trip to all points east Mississippi I I Covenant Baptist church on Wednesday -
mother was dead, and even from J.i ' .
"I wish to hear the of
and south of the Ohio and Poto- story my I JOHN SEBASTIAN night, December 28, entitled "Santa
parents," he said deliberately. then he said very little. It was when sleepers on Dixie Flyer train
mac rivers, including Washington, D. I Pass Traf. Mgr., Chicago, III. Claus' Election. Admission, 10
Vane murdered at San Remo that
The cigar fell from the fat fingers of for Macon, remainIng at depot: until
C.. Cincinnati. 0., Kvansville. Ind.. and
: Ireland, and he stared In amazementat he first decisively asserted that no mar T:3;: a. m.Pullman. I cents ti
St. Louis. Mo. Dates of sale, Decem- riage had taken place. He did so be- -- \l
the "It Is rather late
young man. Buffet sleeping oars from A man was robbed and brutally murdered -
ber ::3: :4, :23: and 31, 1904, and Janu- cause Lockwood insisted that Derrington
in the day for that, is it not? he Jacksonville to St Louis via above'; .. .... ...1.... and his house set on fire on Friday -
ary; 1, 1905, with final limit to January asked. should acknowledge you as the .. .... .. .
route without change of cars on Dixie night at Trilby, and the index finger -
telr. He refused to do so and bald
4, 1905. "Better late than never, quoted
that his second son was the heir.: flier train, also Pullmans finestefprs : points suspiciously at some Impor-
Tickets will be on sale for studentsand George. :
"\ Is said Ireland "That is Walter Vane's father?" on !s.ime train to Chicago with- SEABOARDAIR tant persons in that vicinity.
teachers December 17 to 24. inclu- proverb no answer !
testily. "Exactly. And now the father is out change.

sive, limited limited to January. 8, 1905. "Then, if you wish to know, sir, I dead Walter Vane stands In your For schedules, southbound, and other I. o RECTOR OF ST. LUKE'S
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am in love." hoes. I wish you could prove the information address. J. H. Rafftery.: I -
NEW SCHEDULEOn "That Is either." marriage, my boy," said Ireland, shaky II I ; LINE RAILWAY :
no answer Ili+i*. Pass. Agt.. 201 W. Bay St.. Athburnham, Ontario, Testifies! to the
"It will lead to a explicit answer ing his head, "but it will be a difficult: I
the Seaboard Air Line very Jacksonville Fla. FOR Good Qualities of Chamb.rl in',
." rejoined the young man coolly. task. I .
Day trains on Seaboard Air Line now Or C. D. Rhodes! ,
"I don't how difficult It Is"
"Love leads to marriage and in my care replied I Cough Remedy

run as follows: case marriage cannot take place unless : Brendon resolutely. "I am ae- (;el".. I'.is?. Agt., Mao on. Osu Ipavannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pine,: Ashburnham Ont. April IS. 190}.-I
Northbound arrive 12:41:: p. m. tmulned to learn the truth." '
I know that I legitimate. 2 Richmond Washington Baltimore ?
am Raleigh
think it is only right that I should tell
Northbound leave 1:01 p. m. "Of I have always "Who is the lady: asked Ireland. .
course you are.
New York.
J Philadelphia what wonderful effect Chamber
you a
You don'tknow
"Miss Dorothy Ward.
Southbound arrive 1:01 maintained that
: p. m. you are. IKE TOMPKINS .
anything of Ler." lain's Cough Remedy baa produced.The .
"What have r' askedGeorge I
Southbound leave 1:1.:: proof you
Ireland shook his head. "I left the I Q TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. day before Easter I was BO distressed -
No change in night schedule. Pull hesitated and wiped his adoration of the aristocracy to Lock- : Has a well selected stock of with a cold and cough that I

man cars on all trains. I mouth In quite an unnecessary manner wood," he said with something like a Fresh Meats of all kinds. S Seaboard Express, did not think to be able to, take any

sneer, "but that's neither here nor
with red silk handkerchief.i duties the voice .
I a next day. as my was .
"WHITE'SCream i "Your father always declared: that there! my boy. To make a long story; Vegetables! and Green !' : Seaboard Mall. : almost choked by the courh. The same

Miss Lockwood his lawful wife short, I met your mother ia Paris, and
- was :
I| Fresh and Salt Water Fish received day I received an order from you for

VermifugeTHE I I and Did treated my father her with ever every tell where shortly birth to you.afterward Eliza! she Stokes died was, giving with every day. Cedar Key Oysters : nOD ERN PULLHAN EQUIPMENT. SONLY a bottle of your Cough Remedy. I at

the marriage was celebrated?" her when she died, and you were given received daily.; Leave: your orders once procured a sample bottle and took '

GUARMTEED "No; I never asked nor did your I Into the charge of that woman. Your with me. Prompt delivery.i iI. I II. : r about three doses of the medicine. To

grandfather Lockwood. It was not i mother was buried in Pere la Cba se. LINE OPERATING my great relief the cough and cold hAd

I till after your mother's death that Vane put up a stone to her-oh, he i I. E, TOMPKINS, disappeared and I was able to preach

WORMREMEDY Lord Derrington denied the marriage. behaved very well I don't deny that," Market. : Dally Through Sleepers from JacKsonville : three times on Easter Day. I know
Then Mr. Vane MB In Italy and aeier added Ireland, but with a dark face. effective
that this rapid and cure was
"He fond of her, and I to New Orleans.
troubled about the matter. was really sup -- - .
due to your Cough Remedy. I make
"He should have done so for my pose there was a marriage.
L.ALEXAXDEHPractical this testimonial without solicitation %
1THE i' sake" said George Indignantly. 2 T.r fall fnfonutioa and SIMper Boierratieai on ay Af eit .
FAVORITE TONIC. "Ct>ruinly. and I urged him to do; (Continued tomorrow.) I II Seaboard, or wriU ''. being thankful to have found such a q
so," said Mr. Ireland heavily.] "I was God-sent remedy. Respectfully yours, 1
.[Wall( OF IMITATION. In Italy at the time, and you were CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful I 2 A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, E. A. Langfeldt. M. A.. s '
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. only an infant in arms." estimates made on all contract JackMnvill, PI*. Rector of St. Lake's Church. 4'

BT. 1.0Ula. MO. "Who was my nurse then?" Order it now. .We. and $1 per load. work. Gives more and better work forthe Q B. C. BOYLST IN. JR, PuM&fer lf.t, JaekioarUl, FU.I To Chamberlain's Medicine' Co. ; -

Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstar, afterward"Jane Eraser brought the lou Scotch to TOUT nurse eraM-who i Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32. money than any other In town. .......... .... .......... This remedy is for sale by. alI drugglstd, :p' y



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the Chronicle of a Christmas Eve
selecting our line of shoes for Christmas Combat .
trade, we have given special atten- Two colored d-nsels by the name of I Our Deposits on December 1st, 1904 were $117,067.87 \.

: :Maggie Williams and Sarah Ray Indulged -*

tion toSHOES in a fierce and profane fist and

skull fight on the railroad track in I

FOR LITTLE CHILDRENAnd Saturday front of the which postoffice drew a at big 11 o'clock crowd.I i[ We beg to return our warmest thanks to our patrons and friends to whom such a "

we think we have the finest line ol :Marshal Cleveland was on the other !I II I splendid showing alone is due, and solicit a continuation of their favors during ,the

its kind in the toastyBABY'S : : : : : : side of the square Chief Brigance was j'I'i '
temporarily absent from the fire sta- j coming year.

FEET ion, and none of the extra police force: '!

were in sight, so the women, who had !

Are tender and with this in view, we have selected a been partaking freely of red-top and i iI( r i I
sour mash, and the highly amused and i J ,
foil and complete line of soft sole shoes, that we know constantly growing crowd had it all 1 .

will please you. We have them in all colors and their own way. I BANK I

styles, and they are just what the baby needs. "Dat's my husband you was 'ram- J I l ll
berlatin' along wid, I'd lak fer yer ter

know, you Bim! Whack!

H. B. MASTERS Barn!" and little chips flew off the

brick corner of the postoffice, then To those with whom we have done no business, we extend a hearty invitation to
-! -! whack! kerflop! bam! and ,

I. OCALA : : : FLORIDA. redtop's command of sulphurous lan- open relations with us, and assure them welcome and courteous, liberal

guage reached such a high state of ex-
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I cellence that the clapper of the fire bell and satisfactory treatment. .

"SUNNY JIM'S" RECEPTION swayed gently, out of sympathy, and :
I Hugh Haycraft ran inside and closed

I "Sunny Jim," who is none other than the big postoffice saf to save the bills

C. L. BITTINGER & CO. M. E. Robinson, of the famous "Hub" from igniting. HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD. F. L. WATSON. ...,

I shoe, tendered his host of friends a reception "You you! Ill learn '.' ,: :: .
; ;
'f C. L. Bittinge- R. R. Carroll yesterday in the rooms over you to try to steal de 'fections of cul- President Vice President Caahierl-

Proprietors and Publishers the A. C. L. depot, which were tastefully lud ladies' husban's from their lubbin

fitted up for the occasion. "Sun- sides! Zip! Bang!" and out flew a
I I i
ny Jim" was in the pink of social per- tooth, an ear hung down, and some of I .
I fection and the way he handed around the crockery rattled and the cups CASUALTIESJohn

Editor and General Manager. ,. the Perfectos and the aroma they exuded jumped out of the saucers at the Elks'
I I Czar of Russia Grants Many Demands i
as the smoke curled gracefully, Cafe, and a maiden fern in Strauss'
Veil, \'.ho had almost beatenEd I of Zemstvos and Promises '
R. R. CARROLL, was in his best style. Dining the afternoon ; saloon died of shame. "
Washington to death Saturday r
City Editor and Business Manager several hundred persons, most- "Didn't want your onery man; he Needed Reforms
night (both colored) and terrorized the
."- --. "-" -- ly business men, paid their respects ain't no cash register, nohow, and/ he St. Petersburg, Dec. 27.-An imperial
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population; around the laundry and
Several very interesting and eloquent forced his company dis lady, anyway ukase was issued last night by Czar
then refused to be arrested, was shot
CHRISTMAS IN THE CHURCHES speeches were indulged in and the occasion you black limb of you! Nicholas, in response to the requestsof
by an officer from the effects of which
Christmas services at the Ocala was one of pleasant memoriesto yaller son of a rosin dipper" the Zemstvos and the voices of the iI
he died.
churches were well attended. Rector all the participants. you!" Whack! Kerplunk! and a blue people which have arisen in all partsof
Oscar Smith who is accused ofshooting"
Little preached a very fine Christmas silk waist was split down the back, a Russia demanding greater liberty
Oscar Johnson's horse and
sermon. In a few graphic words he COUGHING SPELL belt busted and flew clear away, and and representation in the affairs of
killing him in Tucker Town, was i,1
told the story of Charles Dickens' Immortal CAUSED DEATH little shivers rippled over the plate government
sought for yesterday Constable Hut-
Christmas carol; how the stonyhearted glass windows in the stores nearby, The ukase makes decidedly liberal:
bun, and when found and ordered to
Scrooge, after years of and the earth trembled and groaned promises under a number of heads. !
"Harry Duckwell, aged 23: years, hold up his ha.ids, instead threw his
stoning his heart against every human choked to death early yesterday morn- and the railroad rack lay flat on the pistol on Hutson, when the latter fired The czar promises a full and equal

sympathy, awakened through the visit ing at his home, in the presence of his ties with mortification. Horses instinctively hitting the negro in the leg near the enforcement of existing laws.

of a ghost of his old friend, Jacob Mar- wife and child. He contracted a slight turned back and went another He assures the Zemstvos of the fullest .
groin, and he is not expected to live. YT11
ley, to a realizing sense of his soulless cold a few days ago and paid but little way, and a citizen, who, on occasions This morning four unfortunates appeared possible measure of relief by the "HIS IASTEFTS VOICE" ,

existence, and as he was made to live attention to it Yesterday morning he can swear some, !said' : "Oh, government and the enforcement of all ,
before Mayor Edwards, and as
his life over again and recalled the was seized with a fit of coughing which ain't it beautiful and closed his eyes I they all pled guilty to being drunk and laws no wexisting in their behalf.He ate "t

scenes of his childhood his heart melt- continued for some time. Hi? wife and turned up his face in raptures of disorderly the mayor assessed them the promulgates a scheme of work-

ed and genuine Christmas spirit seiz- appreciation. ingmen's insurance.He .
a for but before he
sent a physician,
nominal fine cf $1 and costs each,
ed him, and he strove by every meansin could arrive another coughing spell "Come on off, babe; wuzzent gwine extends the liberty of the press. Popular Songs mid Operas, Instrumental, and Band Ma sic j
merely to pay their board, and just
his power to make amends for the came on and Duckwell died from suf- wid dat gal: I sho wasn't. Come along because it was Christmas time. He promises a full and impartial legal from the world's best artists. \

past years of indifference to his fellow focation.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat, wid your man!" pleaded the husband, trial to all persons accused of whatever ,
Justice Waid is holding an inquestover STANDARD DANCE MUSIC
men. The lesson taught was not to Dec. 1, 1901." Ballard's Horehound who was the cause!' of all the woe, with crime.
the body of John Veil.
forget in this gladsome Yuletide time, Syrup would have saved him. 25c., 50c his arm around his irate spouse. The Cheapest and Best Musical Instrument voucan Buy

to remember Christ. The holy communion "Boo-hoo! I sho will spoil that huz- '
and $1. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCESCan NO MORE SUFFERINGIf "
followed, of which many par- Drugstore.A zy's front; rll break her nose and remove THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT ,

her mouth and rake off her yeahs, anything be worse than to feel
took. that every minute will be your last? you are troubled with Indigestionget A pleasure all the year round. On easy yments at
In the morning Dr. Lindsay preachedon LESSON IN ETIQUETTE I I yes I will! Smash! Bang! and the a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Such the of Mrs. S. H.
"Incarnation," and in the eveningon remains of the quart bottle of red- was experience and see how quickly It will cure you.Geo. .
Xewsom Decatur Ala. 'For three OCALA
the "Influence of Jesus on Civiliza- As George Hays was returning home top moistened her warm and angered A. Thompson of Spencer la., says:
years, she writes, "I endured Insuffer-
tion," and those who heard this scholarly from hic place at the Coast Line depot, frame. "I'll make you fade, I'll destroy "Have had dyspepsia for twenty years.
able from stomach and
pain indigestion
divine, spoke in high praise of his I Saturday night, he met a "cullud pus- your language and mutilate your back bowel trouble. Death seemed inevita- My case was almost hopeless. Kodol

splendid sermons. The singing was and spine' and your own f.1miltree Dyspepsia Cure was recommended andI
son, who, under the influence of too
ble when doctors and all remedies Caned
quite a feature of the day's celebration. much red-eye required about eleven- won't know you you left-over picnic used a few bottles of it, and it is the
At I Induced to 111IITffTG.
length was try
Presiding Elder F. R. Bridges filled tenths of the road. This would have 'lunch! -!" and a little baby only thing that has relieved me. Would T WI[
Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous -
of church in carriage went like the booze, and her
the pulpit the Methodist been all right, as the darkies are generally not be without it Have doctored with
I Improved at once and now ,
the morning and Rev. J. P. Hilburn occupied given the right of way of all the pocketbook and a bundle of dry goods local physicians, and also at Chicago,
I'm completelyrecovered.. For Liver,
it at night, and both preached streets at Christmas time, but this particular followed suit. and even went to Norway with hopesof -Dealers In-
Stomach and Bowel troubles
excellent sermons. Blood did flow and sweat did pour getting relief but Kodol
coon ran into a crowd of little some Dys-
Electric Bitters Is the medicine.
The Baptists were favored in the absence I white children and summarily sho"edI and the marshal arrived to the intense only pepsia Cure is the only remedy that
Only 50c. Ifs guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly -
of their pastor Rev. L. B. War- disgust of the crowd, and grabbingone has done and I
:some of them into the street. "Servedyou :; Drugstore. me any good, heartily GENERAL HARDWARE

ren, by Rev. L. D. Geiger, state secretary right for gittin' in mah way, you with either hand rushed them to recommend It. Every person suffering

of the Baptist Association who I jail. In less: than half an hour a brother with Indigestion or dyspepsia shoulduse
-, vocifered the Ethiopian, and HOLIDAY EXCURSIONSVery
preached a fine sermon in the morning.No then I of one and the: husband! of the other It." Sold by Wm. Anderson.
I just : George's good right arm shot
services at night. bailed .them out-Jl, cash for the two. A HAPPY SURPRISEIs
from the shoulder and the fist at the J
I Low Rat.3 Via Southern Railwayon
Oh! but it fun-for the crowd
Rev. Rufus Rowland preached appropriate I end of it made close connection with was LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. In store for every woman who Is
I just beat anything ever seen, as wellas Account of the Christmas ,
sermons at the Christian the point of the nigger's jaw. Africa looking for a thoroughly up-to-date
church, while Father Bottolaccio min- II the two women Holiday Season efficient and absolutely satisfactory A
rolled three FASTEST
over times and brought up TIME and
kitchen range. We nave It right here
istered at St. Phillips Catholic church.It I against a hydrant, and when he got The Southern Railway will sell tickets FINEST SERVICEto in our store, ready for your inspec i

was what might be termed a very I up he was sober and inclined to be: CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED to all points at rate of one and one- ALL POINTS tion. It is the latest range m the mar- j rI

churchly Christmas Sunday in Ocala. courteous. With local applications, as they cannot third first class fare for the round trip. ket, and combines tno newest and fin-

The Episcopalians repaired to the armory reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Tickets on sale December 23, 24, 25 and NORTH.WEST and est improvements in saving of fuel and
readiness in
with their little Sunday school A PLEASANT PILL is a blood or constitutional disease, and 31, 1904, and January 1, 1905 with final NORTHWEST Also a carload of heaters and stovesof :I I

army last night and held their exercises in order to cure it you must take Internal limit January 4, 1903. Through Pullman Drawing Room all kinds, from $ItO up. -

which were pleasant indeed. The No pill is as pleasant and positive as remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cureis To teachers and students holding Sleeping Cars daily from JACKSONVILLE -

tree shone resplendant with light and DeWitt's Little Early Risers. DeWitt's taken internally, and acts directly on certificates from superintendents, tick- to BIRMINGHAM, NASH-

packages of sweets: which the littll'om.s Little Early Risers are so mild and effective the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's ets at above rates wil be sold daily December VILLE, EVANSVILLE CHICAGO, ST. k A

received with joy. :Several songs that children, delicate ladies and Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. 17-24, 1904, with final limit LOUIS, PENSACOLA, MOBILE and '4 a :. '1

were sung and Rector Little made a I weak people enjoy their cleansing effect It was prescribed by one of the best January 8, 1905. NEW ORLEANS.

few interesting remarks about helpfulness while strong people say they are physicians in this country for yearsan For further detailed Information, f t oft
and the picture in the windowof the best liver pills sold. Sold by Wm. adis a regular prescription. It is rates, etc., apply to J. C. Lusk, district THE SOUTH. ELEGANT FREE RECLINING 1 %

the church, representing a tall man Anderson. composed of the best tonics known, passenger agent Southern Railway, THE AUTUMN SHOOTING SEASONWill
with a little boy on his shoulder whomhe combined with the best blood purifiers, Jacksonville, Fla. r
.and It will pay all
Route of the famous "CHICAGO & + soon nnen
conveyed surely across the river, acting directly on the mucous surfaces.
I Fred Brown, son of Charles H. FLORIDA LIMITED." sportsmen to look over our stock of
teaching that we must give ourselvesto The perfect combination of the two ingredients "I was much afflicted with sciatia," 1
Brown, of Belleview, came in from Be sure your tickets read via the I* rifles, shotguns ammunition and sport-
others in helpfulness, as Christ gave is what produces such won- writes Ed C. Xud, lowaville, SedgwickCo. /
Michigan Friday and was in town Saturday & N. .1)r/
himself to the world. derful results in curing Catarrh. Send ., Kan., "going about on crutches and ing outfits. We carry the nest roods
I with his father. Fred thought For rates, schedule and full Information a4 +
After the distribution of presents and for testimonials free. suffering a deal of pain. I was inducedto r at reasonable prices and all ..uppllelpurcha.'ed
he liked Michigan so well that he refused call on or write Geo. E. Herring store be !
announcements of prizes, won by Lillian I F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. try Ballard's Snow Liniment, which our can depended -
to return with Mrs. Brown and Fla. Pass. Agent 206 W. Bay St.. Jack- upon as being thoroughly reliable.
Rusjetl and Victor Little and Sold by druggists, price ; ,c. relieved me. I used three SOc. bottles.It .
the other children in June, but the sonville, Fla. ,,,, AGOTkIGMT
each received a book for not missing a I cold blast of winter: made him sigh Take Hall's FamilyPills for consti- is the greatest liniment I ever used; T. W. SMITH & CO.

Sunday from their class during the pation. have recommended It to a number of
I for Florida's gentle sunshine, and he BIG BARGAIN IN REALTY
persons; all express themselves as being -
year.Mrs. came. -
George Pasteur played the piano XMAS AND NEW YEAR benefited by it I now walk with-
Thirty-two acres cleared, ten acres We Are Still Hustling.and ,
and the parents danced with t!'eir HOLIDAY RATES out crutches, able to perform a deal of 0
in timber; good twostory house, two
children and all hal a good social time. READ TillS light labor on the farm." 25c., 50c and supplying! builders with the very r h
chimneys, four fireplaces; good barn; i"
Low rates for the general public, $1. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug- considerable fruit trees on place. Half !lest seasoned lumber for every pur-

SUNDAY SCHOOL XMAS TREES :Mobile, Ala.: Dec. :24! 1S99. teachers and students, will be in effect store. mile south of Anthony, on a commanding I dose While the demands of our cus- :

The Sunday schools of the city certainly Dr. E. W. Hall, St Louis Mo.-Dear from all agency stations on the Mobile knoll; fine row of shade trees on
omers are great we have disappoint- -
had enjoyable celebration of 1 sir: Having tried different doctors and and Ohio Railroad. Apply to agentsfor CHEAP TRAVEL west side of property. Big bargain for a rr t :4
II :d no one and are glad to state that our I /
dates of sales limits
rates etc.
Christmas. Saturday night the Methodists their remedies for several years for some one. Price for property, less than
back and trouble. I found nothing Christmas and New Year Holiday efforts to meet the desire for a grade -
Reason for sick-
had a fine tree at the armory I kidney $15 an acre. selling, ill I
where quite a crowd assembled! to enjoy successful until taking the Texas DR. R. D. FULLER, Rates Announced by the SeaboardThe ness of owner. Inquire of the Star of- :af: lumber of the best quality have been :-: d:

I I Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, and Seaboard Air Line Railway will fice.
the occasion. Mr. Felder: : Lang impersonated appreciated far beyond our expecta- -
DR. L F. BLALOCK Assistant
Santa Claus and looked ''I being rapidly cured, the old saying with"God sell tickets between all points in this tions. \

the picture of Robinson Crusoe with j I bless the man who invented the DENTAL SURGEONSOffices territory rate of one and one-third BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS

his white goat skin hat. veneralble Pullman sleeping car," but I say "God straight! fares for the round trip, on C. I., G R A Erte

beard and his Christmas coat of Angora I bless the inventor of hairs! Texas Won- Over Munroe & Chambliss' sale December 23, 24, 25, 31, and January "DeWitt's is the only genuine Witch cayRG..T

fur. Mr Frank Reagan, Dr. Iz- der." Yours truly, Bank 1, with final limit January 4, 1905. Hazel Salve," writes J. L. Tucker, of .
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the presents as the names of pupils & 0. R. R. Co., Mobile Ala. OCALA. FLORIDAJ. I DOCTORS COULD NOT HELP HER"I for Piles, Cuts and Burns for years 1

and friends were called. Miss Jennie i had kidney trouble for years," and can recommend It to be the best5ah.e FLORIDA EAST COAST

Bull and Miss Aurelia McAteer recited A TEXAS WONDER E. CHACE, writes Mrs. Raymond Connor of Shel- o nthe market. Every family

most acceptably. The evening was One small bottle of the Texas Wonder ton, Wash., "and the doctors could not should keep it, as It is an invaluable

spent most socially. The only thing Hall's Great Discovery, cures all DENTAL SURGEONOffice help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cures household remedy, and should alwaysbe :

to mar the pleasures of the occasionwas I I kidney and bladder troubles, removes upstairs, Ccmmercial Bank !:.i the very first dose help me and I kept on hand for Immediate use." RAILWAY 4

the accllent that befell little Es- gravel, cures lame backs, rheumatismand Building, Ocala, Florida. am now curel. I cannot say too much Mrs. Samuel Gage of North Bush, N.

ther Seymour, who broke the wrist of all irregularities of the kidneysand for Foley's! Kidney Cure." It makes Y., says: "I had a fever sore on my an-

her left hand. bladder in both men and women, TERMS CASH the diseased kidneys, sound so they will kle for twelve years that the doctors FOR REDUCED RATES

The Baptists held forth at Yonge's regulates bladder trouble in children.If : eliminate the poisons from the blood. could not cure. AU salves and blood

hall and a jolly time they had. The: not sold by your druggist it will be C. W. JOHNSTONPHYSICIAN I Unless: they do this good health is im- remedies proved worthless. I could not

crowd was very large. They had a sent by mail on receipt of $1. One AND SURGEON possible.! Sold by Postoffice Drugstore. walk for over two years. Finally I was ACCOUNT OF yTHE

beautiful tree in the northwest cornerof small bottle is two months' treatment, persuaded to try DeWitt's Witch Hazel ?

the room and the gifts it containedwas I and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr. Office Over Teapot Grocery When you want books and stationery Salve, which has completely cured me. %
sole manufacturer to the Ocala News Co. We handle It is a wonderful relief." DeWitt's
a sight to behold. Dr. Walter Hood I E. W. Hall, P. O. Hours: S to 10 a. m.. and 3 ta 4 p. In. : go

was Santa's representative and afforded box 623, St Louis, Mo. Send for tes- Night calls answered from the Monte- I them the year round. Special attention Witch Hazel Salve cures without leav-

the little ones lots of merriment I timonial. Sold by all druggists. ruma HoteL paid: to orders for the latest books. ing a scar. Sold by Wm. Anderson. SEE TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. 'Ji;'

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The Star man called on a number of .

business firms this morning and asked :.I'.. '.,

how their Christmas trade turned out ,,"

and in the majority of cases the reply

I was "Better than last year" and in :----- OFFERS AT
quite a number of cases "far better .
than any year since I entered business


The confectioners did well. Taylor SPECIAL PRICES t' :,_:t

and Troxler equalled last year's business ""c

and Dame exceeded it. -

The Ocala Music Company had by *

far the best business" in its history, and J--. -

E aKing Powder the Ocala News Company surpassedlast Ready-to-wear Skirts, Wraps, Waists and Silk '. .
_= year's or any previous year's business "

ibi and Mr. Burnett did fully as gooda Underskirts for Ladies. Lace Curtains and : .,-

business as last year, and Mr. Nash

Absolutely did The a Anti-Monopoly much better one.did a very satis- Floor Coverings. Men's, Children's and La- :.

-_ factory business.F. .

= Jf1 P. Gadson greatly exceeded his dies' Shoes.
iiiPare ;; ,
last year's business or that of any previous -
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__- :.._ ran away ahead of all other years. .
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\ g % VIt' those who handled holiday goods, but ,,>I,
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E :=; the merchants, with staple stocks did

U equally as well and in almost all cases

had (larger sales than last Christmas,

THE really great resolve for the housewife the coming though the crowd was not-as big

year is to adopt into her cuisine more genuine home A ROYAL GOOD TIME EL TROPICO .

made food. Shop-made, ready-made cake, tea biscuit, Mr. and Mrs. F. Lang gave a pfllat : CIGAR FACTORY x

supper' last lght, in honor of Miss i 4 .-_
crullers bread and substitutes therefor are dry unsatisfying -0.
Mary Drake of Auburn. Ala. They'

extravagant and frequently unhealthful. In many bake had intended having an oyster roast tt :"+'r Makers of the .

tout failing to get the oysters the pillauw Highest Grade 5c. Cigar .

shops alum powders, are used to cheapen the product. is .substituted. Those present were: --0--

Miss Mary Drake Mr. Lang and fam-

ly.: including Mr. and Mrs. Glass MILO DEYO
With Powder cake waffles tea-biscuit
Royal Baking pud-
Meggs, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris. Mr
$ -ti and
cakes crullers cookies muffins and Mrs. Pike, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig,,
dings layer crusts griddle
Mr. R. G, Blake and family, Mrs. S. F. _r r GRAND ROYAL 'a ,.

cakes are made with greatest ease, in perfection, superior in Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Standley,, r3r HAVANA CIGARS

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt Mr. and

every way to the ready-made foods, and a saving in money. Mr.s. W. J. Chambers Mr. and Mrs. W -T,,. t --0--

H. Clark.: Dr. and Mrs. A. 1... Izlar. Rev .t In Five Sizes +

The United States Agricultural Department reports the result of elaborate J. P. Hilburn and wife Mrs. Z. C.

Chambliss, Misses McCreery, Davis, --0-- '

experiments under its direction, which show the great saving by baking at home, I Moody, Ossie and 'ora Griffin Sara CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor

as compared with cost of buying ready baked food. and Violet Harris, Messrs. Washingtonf

All bread, cake, cult, etc., are very Savannah Ga., Workman, Tigner, I

much fresher, bisM C M V er, cheaper and more hillier, Griffin, Waterman and Powers. TASTED GOOD I '
"Tex and Bob" of the Ocala News
wholesome made at home with AND WAS IN GOOD TASTEII. I
Co., furnished the fireworks to lightenup H. ROBINSON, President S. H. GLITCH, Manager

B. Masters' grocery department A. H. MARSH, Asst. Manager
That everything might be as pleas-
through the active and popular W. E.
BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. ant and comfortable as a man of Father -
McGahagin, who solicits and fills orders The Facilities ofTHE-

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he had a place in the lot across the
to a pleasant surprise Saturday. COMMERCIAL BANK
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Each customer received a neat box filled -

OCALA OCCURRENCES WEATHER FORECAST The Teapot Grocery did not forget tables erected, with seats around them, with cakes of the most exquisite Are at Your Disposal.

their many friends yesterday, and the blazes" supplies with turpentine chips I
flavor. Anything more dainty in the WITH AMPLE CAPITAL, MODERN BANKING METHODS AND
"'ashill tun, l>t.('. 27.: -Rain and colder wagon men distributed lovely little illumined the grounds' while a big ket- cake line served in Ocala.
Jack L WiiiKs of lit Sterlinsr. Ky., .. was never CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT
tonight: Wedn.'day, fair and decidedly baskets, tilled with phials containingthe ll was on hand in which the savory You can write it down in jour memorandum -
is a guest of the lolltt>1.uma.
finest' kind perfumes.. The was cooked perfection.. It was We Give You Service Second None
colder, with a cold wave in noithI'OItilMl. greetings I laish book that if there is any- are Prepared to to

were as unexpected as they were I Ia great occasion and all enjoyed a delightful good want, the
H.V.. IVtteway aunt wife of Dunnellon thing especially you
acceptable. These little tokens of consideration evening. "House That Treats You Right" can COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH us
were at the .Moiitf/umu today.
Mrs. Hatchell, .proprietress of the weld the Teapot customersto I get it for you.

Oklawaha Inn, received a very handsome it like hooks of steel. : POSTPONEDTne
I. N. Huyett of Holder 1 is in town, a -
set of silver knives and forks
If article from our
buy an
you gro-
guest of the Montezuma.J. (
and token of Captain S. R. Pyles has over 100 hogsto Masonic meeting for tonight has
I spoons as si appreciation cery department, and it is, for any

\V.'ard, Jr., of Floral City was from her boarders.TEDDIE. kill as soon as the weather turns been postponed until the first Thurs- cause, not just what it should be, return V. DO I WANT IT ?
cold.! day in January. By order of J. E. another )'
it and
get or
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article. We want you to be pleased in "- i
Rev* Warren will return tonight Alit 'rt
henry Cordon came up this afternoon ( every transaction. H. B. Masters. /" i __ V What a question. Of course I do, and
from a visit to his mother at Macon Miss Olive Grace, whose home is in .
from Dunnellon' with two {iris- I I'll just send papa around and make
(.a. Citronelle, but is attending the DeFu- Paul Durand has a good position

oners. niak normal and who has bt't'n"I'lt- with the St. Petersburg Hardware Co. \ him buy it for me; also a pretty set

Mrs. J. ".. Pearson spent Christmaswith ing her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. __ '- -- 'I of harness and aprobe ere?

Tom Bailey of Newberry spent STALEYIs her s--on. Karl and his family, at f. I. Grace, returned to her school duties Mr. J. "". Pearson has returned from a i { Another silly question. 1'hY.a .
Christmas with his parents in Oc.ila.
Holder.Mr. today. a visit' to his daughter, Mrs. Pearl I i'' .II I I .

Wright, in Missouri. Mrs. Wright will
Dr. Waller Hood was called. to lii.t-; I
the name of the B. D. Biers of Castilla Alachuacounty arrive in Ocala next month to spend -1
hamville: Saturday night to attend to I ( i S. A. STANDLEY & CO'S
spent Christmas with Mrs. C. some time with her parents.The .
Ration Howard. Jr., who is suffering
lucky girl who A. Liddon and family. Mr. Biers formerly -
with fever, and to Mrs. $hOt klt')' Lowell PaviS.oodro
lived in Ocala and studied law wI verdict] of the coroner's jury In -
to look after her infant child.
with Col. O. T. Green then went to the shooting of the negro Saturday \
the doll-kindly call R. R. Carroll returned from St. Petersburg Notice of Names Stricken From Regis
(,'Clen:1): '. where he successfully! practiced night was that the act was justifiable.
Mr. Fred Pfeiffer. Mrs. F. O. B.Welhe's this morning.At tration List, City of OcalaAt
his I'roC..s."ion.hkh he abandoned
brother, paid her a short visit a regular meeting of the city
and get it. to enter the mercantile field at lIon H. S. Chubb tarried for several
and left today for Jacksonville. Mr( I ROOM 12 P. 0- BLOCK the Baptist church tonight W. T. council of the city of Ocala, Florida,
Castilla.' and is doing well. He handled hours in the city yesterday on his return I
Pfeiffer was with the Tim's-l"nion exhibit held December 20. 1904, the following
the noted orator, will speak
during the past season 400 bales of long OCALA FLORIDA home from Winter Park, to his I Bundick
at the World's Pair at St. Louis "American Citizenship." Everybody names were ordered stricken from the
staple cotton. .
landoffice" duties at
until the exposition closed. la invited. Seats: frte. A rare Intellectual registration list of said city: ""

THEBOSTON Ward 2-Vernon Clyatt, 1... G. Har
all who
The following parties from Mont- infant, a f.d's old of Mrs. treat to go.
Mr. Robert Frost of Tampa spent I I bin B. F. Perdue J. D. William
I brook dined: at the Montezuma yesterday REAL ESTATE Joe Stanaland of the Lake Bryant section -
Christmas with his wife and children I Ward 3.-T. C. Bailey, F. A. Stewart.
: W. H. Green. J. I.. Davis! Nellie died Saturday.A Mr. Neal I Weathers a law student at
In this city.: He returned home today. Ward 4-John Mercy, A. R. Ruth
B T STORE I* and Josie E. Brooks. LOANS Columbia Univ-rsity, is at home spend'n Christian Weldt dead.

the holiday with his parents Mr.
card fro mP.ev. J. A. Hendry reports ; -
Mr. and Mrs. Moyer and little son INVESTMENTS The council will, at its regular meeting -
I We carry at all times a well selected the arrival of himself and family .i.d Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
came in Saturday and spent Christmas I January 3, 1905. hear any complaints -
stock of fresh canned goods, of found
pure at Quincy in go<>! time. They
with Mrs.( M's mother Mrs. Badger. I 1\l I of those who may have been or
the very best brands. Canned goodsare everything in le.idiness for them and The hunting club consisting of the
Phosphate Lands a SpecialtyI erroneously stricken from the city registration -
necessary in your larder as a reserve they are very confortable.: following gentlemen, left Monday
.\. Williams, traveling agent for I list E. K. Nelson
--- .' ---- to draw from. H. B. Masters. I morning over the A. C. 1... for Chessa-
the S. A. L. Ry.. with headquarters at i have the following properties in (Seal.) City Clerk of Ocala.
Our stock of fancy groceries is as howitzka, in Citrus county, some fifteentiilr
Ocala and for sale:
Live Oak. was in town today. Ed S. Hall of temper: the well vicinity I
Choice hams, breakfast bacon, mackerel I complete as any in the state. You south by west of Homosassa. for aWek'p
Known naval stores o;>erator. came up I I, and cheese buckwheat II I 1. House and lot on Oklawaha av- I Jt-st arrived, a beautiful display of ..
sausage ; make no mistake when you buy your deer and wildcat hunt: George
General Bullock returned from a last and is OcaF.i 1I0u '... I1vr nUn
night at the ertue, between the residences of Dr. pottery at Weihe's.
I flour maple syrup whole wheat flour, i groceries from H. B. Masters.II. :,IacXa', Shep Scott. Judge W. S. Bul-
d.I"s'isit to friends in Pal.1tk.t"t' and Mrs. Howse lately vacated -
Tidings ;
etc.. and other breakfast delicacies at lock and Mr. Chazal. Mr. a.cKaymadE

terday. We take pride in the excellence of I H. B. Masters. by Dr. W. V. "ewsom. C. Hooker a young man from : the transportation arrangements.He A'len Gibson and wife of Graham-

our big stock of teas and coffees. We 2. Two-story house on South Orange Moultrie.! Oa.. has arrive 1 in the city engaged two double teams to con- yule were in the city today. .
Rector I.ittle visited Orange l.lkund.1Y > buy the best there is to be had and I
: Dr. James Chace. the eminent dentistOf I street, belonging to Mrs. Annie :Martin and is located at Captain Stone's. vi them from the Homosassa terminal
and held
service in
Trinitychurch give you the best possible values
very \ Jacksonville, ate his Christmas dinner and next door to residence of D. S. to the happy hunting grounds. They Mr. S. A. and Mrs C. W. Denard of
at 3.40: p. m. The sacred edifice I for H. B. Masters.
your money. I with his son Dr. Jas. E. Chace.- Woodrow. Mrs.! Cr m I left today for Atlanta to expect to have a royal time and kill Live Oak were at the Montezuma today -
was beautifully decorated for the
i [and family in Ocala. Dr. James Chace 3. All of block 22. CaUwell's addition i- .igain enter th- hospital at that place. no "u\\, as were G. W. and L. B. Vann of
Christmas festival. There
was a large I )Ir. J. M. Sims au I son Claude of !
; was a former practitioner in Ocala, to Ocala (one acre) beir.g the Brooks ville.
congregation gathered from McIntosh I Vuldosti. Ua.. spent Christmas with I
Orange Lake and adjacent villages The Mrs. Staten. Mr Sims daughter. Mr. I 1 I where he has many friends, who gave I property immediately! north of Mr. J. The Star hears with regret of theserious Captain Alfred Martin of Shirley, S.

weather him a warm welcome. I R. Moorhead's home. illnessf! W W. MfCuIly of I C., is on a visit to his brother, CoL J. Jno. A. Bishop and wife of Alabama ,
delightful and
was the musk Sims was a former resident and orange
I -- I Berlin. He was taken quite ill Saturday M. Martin.Dr. were guests of the Ocala House today.
was very much fiijoyed. grower in the: southt-.istem port of this! 4. Thelfrt'd Davis house and lot
I a wfk ago. He came home from I I'I' .
county. He is now :t. jeweler in Valdosta I You have of : on South First street, next door to J.
I Ihlt. I ''I' work that night with what h* thought Slaughter of Levon dined at the Among those who came in Saturday
and his many ooala friends will had .4'fI Pittman and Son's furniture store. !
cu Sinethn
course : 1.-\ a simple headathe. he has ; Ocala House Christmas.W. afternoon and Sunday morning to
? be pleased! to know he is doing well. ;;;. The Lewis Plater workshop on I
PURE I lain in a paralyzed .*tatand is not existed spend Christmas with relatives and
I : South Second streetI ,
CHOCOLATE CREAM SOD to live. M. Reed, a prominent citizen of friends WE'reDr.. Tom Thompson, J. Z.
That Ocala had a lg\ Christmas goes i ) i I .
The Plantation, :2U!
6. Campbello I II K.r.>zlS City, is in town for a few days- Reardon. Carl Weihe and Ben Mayo,
without saving. The crowd was immense I DEU"lOt' [ "ICE CREAM!1 SODA '
southeast of town, consisting
GROCERIES I m' s I Earl Lindsay had th@mifortunethis Mr. R'-ed was formerly interested: with all of the great city of Jacksonville.

the: holiday trading: great, and i ) HOT CHOCOLATE TD ieres of cleared and fenced land | ..ft-rnorirc to (,:::1 from Mr. Blount's Mr. Moore in the orange grove property -

1 good cheer and frieully: reunions were it one of their nsastcrcs: and coa- j I and 165 acres of mixed oak hickory and I, ,.on}" an.j break hs: Ml arm. The DocI now owned: by Mr. Whitworth. Willie Xewsom went down to Lake "
quite general in the Brick and best d.J"I aki I : Weir Saturday to enjoy his vacation,
City. sidtredit tie you ever 6-room
pine land of quality;
I I tors U'} :;'d necessary surgical the stock man south of town.
from all accounts -we all had a mf'rryI I house outhouses, cisterns etc. This fishing.
All Chocolate Drinks served ; 1'1:([
Everything sold by me is I Christmas. i i property is right on the A. C. L. F. Rand .. I I Mr. W. G. Mrggs. a prominent mer- Mrs. Robert Taylor has gone to Atlanta -

fresh and pure. This is absolutely I II J i at our fountain are made with i has a fine deposit oJ lime on it. chant of Orange Springs was in town ( to have the eyes of her 8OnRob-

in the j Re\ Rufus Howl,md. the pastor ofIthe i: tfefArf Chocolate and after 7: The Rogers place on the southwest 1 MEAN LUMBER Co : Saturday: night and attended the M. .,rt, treated by Dr. Calhoun.
necessary gro- I! Christian church here, has resisn- I
: edge of town, consisting of two- E. Sunday school Christmas tree. Professor Madden left Monday for
cery business both from the led his pastorate: which will take effect' their formula. 1
i story house and SO acres of land. I i I iI Yuma, Arizona here he hopes the. 'i
the first of the r. He has" engaged'a II WOOD 'Jt.
: :re.J i T. W. TROXLER
standpoint of the seller and i i! ?. The Wade Hoar property, consisting I Il Th; Odd Fellows will hold an important change of climate will restore him to 'J-- .
suite of room in Tampa. where: hewill I
the Phone and Fruits Confections Cigars and Tobacco ; of small; house and lot due meeting tonight. health. The children of the grammar ;1 -
consumer. eneupe" : ;n the practice:: : of law.V r WOOD
t' south of D. E. Mclver's residence. l j department of the Ocala High School *"
free are sorry to lose so excellent: a Christian 1 I
delivery. gentleman: as Mr. Rowland but ;I 9.2c; acres of land on S. 10th St. WOODi; JudgeV.. A. Hock of Tallahasseeate parted with him with regret +;;:;_
Christmas dinner with his son, Will .
our best wishes will go with him. Mrs. The stork visited the ht'm.f Mr. ; adjoining property of J. M. Meffert: I Mr. Sumter Brooks the genial Old- ? .

The Fair R. will remain in O>nla. until spring.L. : I I Uir.d Mrs. T. E. Big?? Christmas!! night I suitable for subdividing into lots: WOOD I I I Hooker and family.C. town merchant came in this morningwith :

: |to 11.45: ;; and left a. beautiful! girl baby: ; known as the Gamble Mace.i A. Liddon of Parish, of the naval 100 dozen fresh egg& He got 25C. J k

t l i SOc and $ J.00 per load I stores firm of Liddon & Son. la in the a dozen by having a contract on them
W Duval returned from a visit to':as a Christmas present.: Dr. Van Hood 10. 70x140 foot lot on Wenona: St, _* -s' '

B. L. HALL, Prop. friends at eesburg last night lI I I was the attending phjsiciin. II next door to residence of R. G. Blake. Telephone No. 126. city, visiting his family. The usual setting price Is only 18. centv,L'. d r.< .r..: -,'

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xml record header identifier 2008-11-04setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Ocala evening star.Evening starStardc:subject Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher Porter & Hardingdc:date December 27, 1904dc:type Newspaperdc:format v. ; 61 cm.dc:identifier (OCLC)2052267 (ALEPH)sn 84027621 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Marion -- OcalaUnited States of America -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida