The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
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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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I watcn." "lu ten minutes leave for my HOLIDAY EXCURSIONSVery I l THE COLORED PEPDEPARTMENT EfS'

O.K. i i The Yellow walk.George remonstrated. "But this la I
iI I Low Rates Via Southern Railway
j ji so Important" I ARIAN
Account of the Christmas
ji I "Not so Important as my health. I II -

I Crocery : HollyBy can give you only ten minutes, George. Holiday Season I AINTS Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor.

i This Miss Bull called
I to ask me about The Southern Railway Mil:! sell tioketf I P

FERGUS HUME, I the lease of the house to Sirs. Jersey ERFECTLY
II to all points at rate of one and one- Mrs. Louveniah Bartley, the wife of
I Author of "The Mystery of a I knew nothing about that When
Hansom Cab." Etc. I. Lockwood died I sold the house to third lift class fare for the round: trip. i URE Rev. W. O. Hartley, died at Wingfleld.

FOOT BALL Lord Derrtngton" Ti' kets on sal December :23.: 21 :25::; and Fla., at 2:30 o'clock Sunday morning -
Copyright 1X3. ly G. W. tXSlngham i
OlfllT.anli "What, to my grandfather?" :31. 19'I! and January 1, 19'):3;, with final I after an illness of two weeks She

FREE TO BOYS i; "Yes. But had I known he was the limit January 4, 19/:;. I was a tesed woman anJ lived a life of

purchaser I should not have let him To teachers I
(Continued from yesterday.) and students holding spotless purity. She had been married

have It. He bought It through 8:1.. certificates from sur.erin.1. <'nd"r.ts, tickets I eleven months and leaves a babe two
Since then I heard _
agent nothing
at above rates wil be sold daily December
I weeks old. Her remains
twenty-five cents I more about the hou.e. I did nut even I were depositedin
Every you I "Did my mother ever say anything know It was a boarding establishment j 17-24: 19u4. with final limit FOR SALE BYSTERNBERGER Huntsville cemetery on Monday to

spend with us for fire works, I' about it?" I until It appeared as such in the papers '( January S, 1905.;; await the coming of the Lord. Her

"Never. You asked me that before.It .
will chance at the other day. I wondered what you I For further detailel Information, husband, mother, father, friends and
we give you a wa3 an accented fact After the & PHILLIPS ;
were doing at the Inquest""I mates, Ptc., apply to J. C. Lusk, district I relatives! mourn greatly her death. The
FOOTBALL death of Rosiaa Ler husband went to I "
a $3.50 Rugby can eiphiln. passenger agent Southern Railway, Star extends sympathy in their sore
I there and It
Italy. was too was
j Ireland held up his hand. "I needno Jacksonville, Fla. OCALA, FLORIDA
i iistress.!
to be given to some at :Milan that the episode occurred
explanation. I know' that :Mrs. Jersey
which! led to the dismissal of Eliza:
[ Xmas Eve. was really Eliza Stokes. I gathered The Ocala Bazar
tocky boy Stokes." GRINER FARMMr. I n..... -- -- and New Rackett
I that from the description given *id unusually well Christmas day and
"What was! that? II ,
I by Miss Bull In the course of our con I
: .I "Why, there was a young English Twombly, who comes from the eclipsed previous years, as did many
versation. My suspicions were aroused I
I CLflRKBROS.Props L waiter, quite a boy he was, who fell I by the fact that Lord Derrington had North rv"ry year to spend the winter of our other merchants of color. One

In love with Eliza when she was taking I feature: of the holidays was very pleas
leased the Amelia! square Louse to 1:1: the sunny South, will leave here .L
charge of at the Hotel de Ville. a
Phone J74. you Mrs. Jersey." this week for ?t. Petersburg, whereh" I ing-there were not many tables on
She refused to him and hinted Ij
"Why did he do that?" George spoke will make his future home. j Ii G he streets as is usually the case, and
father. Vane
that she loved your
NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY more to himself! than to Ireland. Miss! KnobKxk. our accomplishedchoo i which had lecome a nuisance.
beard of this and taxed her with im 4 Insanity /-
--- -- --- pertinence. The end of It was that "Well," said the old man rising, "It | tea her. is spending the holidayscith :
Is my belief! that Lord pprrineton u aed reception at Mrs. G. Lunnon'stonight
Eliza said too much and was dismissed. h"r parents at Martin
knows there was a marriage and as- t : given by the S. M. Band. A t
: H. R. HUNTER And Jane Fraser was sent from H .n.ry Chalker is on a visit to his : I Death Heal th?
sisted Mrs. Jersey so that she should ?! or grand time is expected.Mrs. .
England by Vane's mother to nurse hold her tongue. Now thf'ife1I no more f.iz,it-I'. :Mr. William Chalker at this

. you. That looks as though Lady Der- time. I must go out. And Ireland |ilu--e. I [ II. B. Bradley and Miss Sarah
.GUN._ _._ rington! believed in the marriage." I No.2807 Locust Street.
wand walked to the door. Miss rharlutte LF itner was the guestof V'heeler are in the city visiting Mrs.
ST.LOCH Mo. March
"It does," admitted Brendon Lope- 2t,190.1.I \
"One moment," said George on the Mrs.! Ja-kson: at Ocala Sunday.Mrs. i. R. L. ell:.rle-8.
fully. "She would not have sent a + WM rlctim of sleeplessness and ?::trezne nervousness!
doorstep. 'This blue domino connected Afrd! Proctor and children of : for eighteen months, unable to get a proper night's rest and
LOCKSMITHRepairing nurse had anything been wrong. On with my father's murder-was she never i KniiarneJ5esl feeling tired and worn out continually. I was easily irritated 'Just arrived at Kasmlnskl's New
the other hand, j if she had been quite iv.lro it-firned hom this week, aftera and hysterical at the slightest provocation but Wine of
traced?" ,I Cardui gave me great relief. Within a week after I began Exchange a large supply of oranges.
c<-rtaillllLout the marriage she might fl'.IIYs' visit to relatives here. I flnt that 1 had had for months.
"No. There was no means of trac- using it I bad my real good night's r<.st My appe- apples! bananas pineapples
have offered to take charge of me." I-riie: Murphy and sister Miss!' I tie was soon restored,my general system toned up and nervousness became a grape
a Specialty. ing her. Except that she wore a pieceof thing of the past. cocoanuts fancy candles, fireworks and
"She did I believe: but your father holly she carried no distinguishingmark. Willie Lee, partook of the feast Christmas I 1 am so pleased to acknowledge a fll. it
was so fond of you-for your mother' I the great curatit merit of your health choice groceries. Orders promptly filled
Day with their uncle Mr. L. L. giving mehcineandgladly endorse it. .
sake-that he could scarcely bear you on short notice."est' Broadway.
W.W. Catmanfe Co. "II oily!" cried George, astounded. T'liest. an 1 fai'tily. .1
out of his sight. IIl1w eyd };Liz.l1\"ut. "
r- - ----._ gBj.jf nvI ':Wlt'then father "leuow nblly? Mr. "P-}c" Sins; and \\if.. of Anthonyvf'e We are glad to note that the casual-
You will nna a well selected stock of went to San lienio. You ware then "Yes. I loci know how you come to : --aileis at Mr. and Mrs. Charles tics this year during Christmas were
mention it, but the holly by the
worn i
groceries at two years of age." )1 uri'h' "s :Sun; blue domino with whom your father
CARMAN & CO'S., "Did not my father return to Eng- went away had yellow berries." J. Ltnpr..3.! student of the hat ior.I .

land during all that time?" 1.11'1'sehool., j is at home with his parents I
North Main St. north of city market -
on "Xo. When Le left England with (Continued tomorrow.) )Ir. and Mrs I3. II. Leitner fort .1 I We want to call your attention to the complete and immediate relief I Hot soda apparatus at the Red

your mother he never returned. She Ilf r.oln'.iis.! Mrs. Best secured by taking Wine of Cardui. Within a week after she began Cross Pharmacy, West Broadway.

Specialties. diin Paris and, with you In chargeof I taking Wine of Car dui, Mrs. Best had her first good night's rest for I where you can get hot lemonade, ginger -
WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCESCan Mr. W. P. Chalker and family, accompanied months. Her restlessness caused and Wine of
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, n nurse, Vane wandered about the eighteen was by nervousness i
I'I continent. I was twice in Italy and by Miss Peimie Fort. spent Cardai, as the best menstrual regulator baa no superior in the world as a II chocolate, bouillon, coffee, etc. Everything -
anything be than to feel I
CHICKENS AND EGGS saw Lim-the second time It was at worse Christmas very delightfully with Mr. medicine to soothe a woman's nerves Nervousness and hysteria are warnings is in first class order. Holiday -
that every minute will be your last? of the approach of insanity and if relief is not cured the end can prices. Call and satisfy yourself. .
Remember the place and rest assur- San Itemo. and Mrs. H.! at Oak.
Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H. only be the asylum or the grave. With such an outlook as this before her, i

ed we will treat you right. "If you disliked my father so much Newsom, Decatur, Ala. 'For three Messrs. L5yn>!ii Jackson: of Ocala, no suffering woman can reasonably! refuse to give Wine of Curdut i a trial.It !. The Christmas tree at York was a

W. W. CARMAN & CO. why did you seek him out!" James Hillman of Anthony and Willie brings a cure that thousands of women have ecught! for in vain. Will big suet ess. Miss Hattie E. Dempson
she writes, "I endured Insuffer-
"To You her years Cardui and start tIeatwenU
see you. George. were James May of f're visitors! in our you secure a bottle of Wine today

child, and I loved Uosiua so dearly." able pain from indigestion, stomach and burg )Ionol.1 '. I All druggibU seii $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui. was mar agpr.

Ireland stopped, gulped down his emotion bowel trouble. Death seemed Inevitable .
W.C. BULL Mr. ant; :Sirs J. M. Luffman spent.lturI.1 'L. Green, the tonsorial artist and
and proceeded more calmly "Yea.I when doctors ant all remedies fail-
alltan.1.I; )" with Mrs. Luff- I lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft
was at San Itemo when your father ed. At length I was induced to try
Contractor and was murdered." man's i'arf'lIts.Ir.: and Mrs. Holland, i. and sweet and my hair-cut Is the bestI .
Electric Bitters and the result was mI-
"You never told me that before," said Ht ritra.Misses. have two of the finest chairs that turn
Builder_ raculous. I improved at once and now
Brendon. Xeta borough and )Ilttlt'Ju'ws every way. Razors fixed in all styles.

ind Careful Estimates Made "1 never told you anything before," I'm completely recovered." For Liver, of Oakere in our burg Monday Call and be convinced. West Broad

replied Ireland dryly. "And I shouldnot Kidney, Stomach and Bowel troubles EOLIDAT
Box 64, Ocala Fla] nfteinoon. Rost RATES way next to A. Smith.'I
__ tell you now but that my health Electric Bitters is the only medicine. -'
u ------ Is getting so bad that I may not live Only 50c. It's guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly I. Miss A. A. Daniels is spending the

long. I Lave an incurable disease, Drugstore. DRIVEN TO DESPERATION I holidays with her sister, Mrs. C. C.

REMILKMilk which will sooner or later carry me off I Curry.

-no, I don't want sympathy. Let me Living at an out of the way pTace, iI I i
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES Tonipkins, the all round hustler of
tinLsb thc story and then we need nut remote from civilization, a family Is often ATLANTIC COAST LINE

rune and Creamare refer to it again. 1 had intended to driven to desperation In case or accident I. the city market blue stall, stands ready

leave a written statement behind me Via Seaboard Air Line Railway i I to supply the public with best choice
the resulting in Burns, Cuts,
among greatestof for you, George, but this is better, as Tickets will be sold to the public at i meats and pork sausage in the county.
Wounds. Ulcers etc. Lay in
table delicacies. Theyare you can ask me questions! about what one and one-third fare for the round a supplyof Customers will testify to the same;
do not understand." Uucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the
you trip to all points east of the Mississippi also has on hand daily, the Cedar Key
both RICH PURE and "I understand all so far," said best on earth. 2c.;; at the AntiMonopoly -
and south of the Ohio and Poto- I Homosassa and Crystal River oysters,
george thoughtfully. "But about this l Drugstore.,

WHOLESOME if suppliedby murder. Mr. Ireland? Who killed my mac rivers, including Washington, D. ROUND TRIP TICKETSat and fish of all kinds, at holiday prices

I father?" C., Cincinnati, 0., I'J.nsYilleInJ.' ., and CHEAP TRAVEL + Give him a call.

"That was never discovered. He St. Louis, Mo. Dates of sale, December
Miss Hattie Harvey is in the city
THE [HERMITAGE DAISY went to a masked ball and was seen 23, 24. 23; and 31, 1904, and Janu-
Christmas and New Year Holiday visiting her si..ter. Miss Addle, at the
GEO B. TYLER: Prop.ARFOLEYMIONLY14R. lying the room in the company of a ary 1, 1905. with final limit to January
blue domino. His II4J YIS found on 4, 1905. Rates Announced by the SeaboardThe very Low Rates betweenall home of Mrs. N. A. Hill.

the stones of the beach early next '
Tickets will!! be on sale for !students Seaboard Air Line Railway will .Notice-The Grand Communication
I morning. lIe Lad been stabbed to the
heart." and teachers December 17 to 24, inclusive sell tickets between all points in this points on December 23 tl the Most Worshipful Union' Grand

tops the cough and healslung "Who was the lady-the blue domino limited limited to January S, 190;;. territory at rt: !<> of one and one-third I.,.
?" straight fates for the round trip, on I and its jurisdiction will convene In
24 25 30 and 3 Jst 1904
Georgia Southern "Xo one ever learned. She was PIRATING FOLEY'S sale December .3, 24, 25:;, 31, and January Ocala, Fla., at 12 m., on January

cloaked and masked. The whole thingIs HONEY AND TAR 1, with fin. I limit January 4, 1905. 10, 1905. All persons desiring delegates

a mystery. Your father's body was -- --------- -- -- and 1st 1905. for board and will
& Florida January lodging please communicate -
Ry taken to England and as Lord Der- Foley & Co., Chicago, originatedHoney I ,
I with Dr. R. A. M. Benton,
rington refused to acknowledge the and Tar as a throat and lungremedy I
"Suwanee River Route. W. M., Box 337.:; Ocala, Ha. The Heroine -
marriage Lookwood took charge of and on account of the great

you." merit and popularity of Foley's Honey THE Ssa I I I ? of Jericho will meet at the name

Dili". FIYl'riQulckStep "I remember and Jane Fraser was and Tar many imitations are offeredfor Tickets OO to BtUIij UntilJrrnuury tiro4.

-....-...-- ..--.-... i-- my nurse for many years. She was at ,;
the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey TEXAS PACIFIC
T.Palatka ... .. ...': s 50 pm: !s I 15 a m San Remo when the murder took and Tar and Grand entertainment and Christmastree
...i.JaehoDyUle... .:.. 15'1 p m. j 4i: a mArValdosta. place refuse any substitute of- at Zion M. K. church tomorrow
.. .. .. l1jpm 1l1 I.m fereJ, as no other preparation will give
Ar Tifton.- .... IW: a m: I:: ai: p m "Yes, and so was Eliza: Stokes. So RAILWAY S'" 4tn 1905 night. Admission, 10 cents
Ar.Cordele ..:.... .. 1 4v a m, 1 4b pm "What was she doing/ there?" the same satisfaction. It is mildly! lax- ,

Ar.Amerleus 8. A. L. Rt....... .1 I j M a Dll!i 303 P m "Well, this waiter-by the way his ative. It contains no opiates and is Remember the Bee Hive Grocer,.

Ar. lumbus .. ..: 12: :5; I' D1 f.J;) P m name was George also, although; you safest for children and delicate persons I Fine choice family groceries, candies -
Ar. Montgomery ....'. ._ 755 p m The Great Easternand II I
G.a. F. at' were called after LockwOOlrS father- Sold by Postoffice Drugstore. I INFORMATIONAS fiuits, vegetables, cigars and tobacco.

Ar. )laeon .. ... .. ...' 3 fam.I I 410pmtiJOORGU well, George Hates, seeing that Eliza SEE TICKET AGENTS FOR FULL Cheap for cash. F. Mention South

\ Augusta R. .8.r. ...... : Ii p ma. was dismissed, got her a situation at a LOW HOLIDAY RATESTo Western Line TO RATES AND TRAIN SERVICEF. Main St., two ooors below city mar-
.OF G. B. B. i 7 2am: hotel in San Itemo. He came there also
Ar.Atlanta.. .... .. ket.
.1 I :n am" l'3 p m
Ar. lumbus.. ...; 7 113 a DII. .. .. during the season, and I believe! the: West and Havana Via the Atlantic J. HUBER, :MISS C. MAUGHS,
Birmingham. .. I'J: m'' .. two married. But Eliza Stokes never Key Mrs. Lydia L. Knight Is much India-
Ar. Memphis .....I, b 115 p ml.! . ..... came near your father." Coast Line and P. and 0. Across the Entire States oi I Depot Ticket Agent City Ticket Agent.
sd .
S. C. liT. L. i today.'The
Ar. faripUa ...... I I. IInam'' 1I1t\pm "What became of her afterward?" Steamship CompanyOn T. WHITE.. D, P. A., Tampa, Fla.
Ar. iaattall'1OIa ...1. It'll' II mi; Iii 53 a m and
A r. aIn-1lIt' .... 0 5d; P nil 0i13pmILLeEST. Ireland hesitated. "I can't say, Le account of the Christmas: holidays TEXAS lOUISIAM I Original Bee Hive on West
I __ _____
i said.
B. R. ; :!t n: --- --- -----
Ar.St. Louis .... 52: s mAr. the Atlantic Coast Line, in connection Broadway is the place to secure bar

Chteagu...... ....... ::" a mi.; ..... ..... ; "But I can observed George coolly. with the P. and O. Steamship: NO TKOl'BLE TO AX-WER QUESTIONS i I gains in Christmas toys, assorted chinaware -
L..R.R. i "She was murdered the other day at
Ar.Louisdllf' .. ...1 50 a m, 12: :.11 p m the Amelia square house as Mrs. Jer Company, will sell round trip tickets GO SOUTHWEST toilet articles: wire jewelry
Ar.ClnelDnati ...! :'Ullom: 1:1'0: ) n: I
c. d E. I. R. a.. i \9Ar. i sey." (ruin Ocala to Key West: Fla., at rate Direct Line to i (dock! watches. General repairing a

.Chicagl ......... ..\ la: a m 4O:! P m "I heard of that crime. But how do of si';.","., and to Havana. Cuba at rate NORTH TEXAS I ,I specialty.

you Identify Eliza Stokes with Mrs. of $29.55.; Tickets will be sold for trainsscheduled I Like Time and Tide, the Great
Solid trains from Jacksonville to NEW MeXICO I Jesse: and Willie Knight, John Thomas -
to connect with steamers" Southwest awaits no man; butit's
Macon. Trains from Palatka connectat "My old nurse Jane Fraser told me.When I i and James Anderson are ia the city.
from Port Tampa December 22. 25.:; 27 ARIZONA easier to aboard
Valdosta with trains north : a heap get
going I began: these inquiries I lookedup i
_,. with final return limit leaving: Havana !
from Jacksonville. Jane, who now lives in a little Es and at the instant of starting than to BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS"DeWltt's
Saturday, January 7, l?(';;. The I
Local sleepers on Dixie Flyer train sex village. She told me ull she could contend with the element of
rates: quoted above are first class! andinclude CALIFORNIA
which not much. But she stated I
for Macon, remaining at depot until i i i momentum later : is the only genuine Witch
: : : :
meals and berth while at sex i
that when
hert.ue/ day on a llt: to
7:30: a. mPullman I I Hazel Salve," writes J. L. Tucker, of
I :
I you she had met Eliza Stokes, and In Fur further information see ticket ,
Buffet sleeping oars from I f'entre. Ala. "I have used it In my family -
spite of her age and gray hairs she agents of communicate with T. C Let us tne details ot -
Jacksonville to St. Louis via above I had recognized her. Eliza told her that WRITE: F"R NEW: BOOK OF TEXAS. FREE give you for Piles, Cuts and Burns for years
I White, D. P. A. Tampa, Fla.: this new country's rapid growth, I
route without change of cars on Dixie she was called Mrs. Jersey' and had I an I can recommend: !It to be the best
i and chance to I
Flyer train, also Pullman's: finest taken a boarding;; house in Amelia your grow up Salve o nthe market. Every family
BILIOUS COLIC PREVENTEDTake with it. Illustrated] literaturefree. I
sleepers" on same train to Chicago with- square. I thea determined to speak to General Passenger Agent ; should keep. it, as it is an invaluable
: : : : : : : : : : ,
Jersey, who I thought: might Lave:
out change. DALLAS, TEXAS household! remedy, and should alwaysbe
been the a dotbto,; of Chamberlain's'ulio.
present at marriage or at all
For schedules southbound, and other kept on hand for immediate use."
events might know' where it had been Cholera and Diarrhoea Renv iy Rates Southwest
Information address. J. II. Rafftery, I Mrs. Samuel Gage of North Bush. N.
celebrated. as soon as the first indication of the
Dis. Pass. Agt, 2<>1 W. Bay SL.Jacksonville IRE TOMPKINSHas Cut Almost in Two I Y., says: "I had a fever sore on my ankle 1
"It is she
probable did. said Ireland disease! appears anl a threatened at- 1

Fla. "as she was with your motheras .'I'k by !* d Pt!. Hunlreds of I for twelve years that the doctors
may war : Li EC 6 AND 20 1904'-JAN. 3 AND 17,1905
Or C. B. Rhode, maid when the elopement took I could not cure. All salves and blood
pt'opJe u=e the remedy in this way: w'thsuc : well selected stock of
Gen. Pass. Agt.. Macon Gs.HIPE place. Did you see :Mrs. Jersey or a : remedies: proved worthless. I could not ,
perfect es:!'. gold by all druggists:
Eliza Stokes as I still regard: her?" : Fresh Meats of all kinds. GEO. H. LEE, S. L. PARROTT Ii walk for over two years. Finally I was \

"I her but she murdered
was DeWitt's Witch Hazel
and Green persuaded: try
.SCream I before I could manage: to speak to heron XMAS AND NEW YEAR Vegetables 1 Gen. Pass. Agt., Disc Pass. Agt.,

i the subject. Did you know""I I HOLIDAY RATES Fresh and Salt: : Water Fish received Ip i I I Salve, which has completely cured me. ;
Little! Rock, Ark, Atlanta, Ga. It is a wonderful relief." DeWltfa
Vermifuge i know that Eliza Stokes had every clay. Cedar: Key Oysters) t 1

I changed her name to Mrs. Jersey and j L'tw rates for the general rub"! "< received:: dai'.y.: Leave: yoi.r: orders 1 JOHN SEBASTIAN Witch Hazel Salve cures without leav

was In Amelia! "'l are:' said Ireland : ing a scar. Sold by Wm. Anderson.
: with : .
tra'hers and students will be in .ITp itfrim me. iV'mpt ic.ivery.I L/- -- Pass. Traf. Mgr., Chicago, 111. +
THE GUARANTEED j i "but I only learned this the other day.
: .. '.ie:
all stations the
on )
"A called :Miss Bull." said .-.11.1. Ohio: I:. ilroaJ. Apply to agentsfor : - -- --------

; WORMREMEDY Ireland. rates dates of sales, limits etc. City Market. --------...-...-..."' "'- -.,.,.",.,..,..,.,.."." - - ... ... ... ... ... -... ........,." I On the Seaboard AirLine
"Miss(! Bull" repeated George. "I r ------\Vr-iiTE-s-CREAK1;
remember. That the 1.oarJl''bo I Day trains on Seaboard Air Line now
foretold violent death to Mrs. Jersey. L.ALEXAXDERPractical : YVORMS I VER ftlSFUGElj \: run as follows:
.c Undigested food :and gas ;n the stomach I
But you read about that ia the Capers." 1 a. <-a5ti- u .1:'.<*-**!. Northbound arrive 12:41 p. m.
: located just below, the hear ri>-?!'- wt wv 1 ** wvwwxwNrf%
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE i! Ireland nodded. "I aid: he said. Northbound leave 1:01 m.

ItWAKE OF IMITATIONS.THE TONIC I "And I also saw that ;you were in theI against: it and causes heart: pair-na CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful i jfpof 20 Years Has Led all WaraJi ernedi s. 'J-lP .n.Ii J Southbound arrive 1:01 p.p. m.

house heart troubles in BALD: DY a..r. zanxjGrG-xsTS.
GENUINE PHtPARtD ONLY BY when :Mrs. Jersey was murdered. tion. When your you i

Baflard-Snow Liniment Co. I\ You were a .1tnes:;." that way take Herbine for a few day;: estarfes:: n; : 1e "n al!! contract I I J 'prepared by- -. JAMES! :: F. BALLAD, St. Louts. Southbound leave 1:2L:!

ST. LOUIS, MO. "1 can tell you about that. I"- You will soon be all right. 50c. ;Sold ork. Giles: more ant t.ett work for I Vwvw rf'W'' WW l- -;:: NXW W* No change in night schedule. Pullman -

Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, I "There 1.s no need to tell me. I have lby I the Ai.tiMr.opoly: Dufc-: ; tore. he money than any other la town. For sale by the Anti-Monopoly and other class drug store. cars on all trains:

% ot; the t+rye." Ireland looked at Lia I rs3

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Store of Connell & Marsh DestroyedWith ii i

selecting our line of shoes for Christmas Contents-Loss Insurance, $1500, $2000; I

trade, we have given special atten- Pana."cflkee. Dec. 27.About three I I Our Deposits on December J 1st, J 1904 were $ J J 7,067.87

o'clock this morning the store of Con- I

tion toSHOES veil and Marsh was discovered on fire I

and was burned with all its contents. I

FOR LITTLE CHILDRENAnd The was roof covered was falling, and nothing in when could the fire!"*- 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 ot I;: .\tThe stock of good, estimated l li: splendid showing alone is due, and solicit a continuation of their favors during thecoming

been worth of J20'!/ '& ). i I
to have upward : II
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its kind in the countyBABY'S : : I
was insured for $1G"0.:; There was no i'!: year.

insurance on the building. I I I
The Batchelor Cypress Lumber company : !

1 is erecting a large shingle mill : f 1 flUfl
and with this in view we have selected a
Are tender ,
upon the site of the null burned last i

full and complete line of soft sole shoes, that we know summer. Since the destruction of the

will please you. We have them in all colors and mill the shipment of lumber from the 14 BANK \

styles, and they are just what the baby needs. yard has been going on rapidly; the 11

output sometimes reaching over a million -

fret per w e-k.- +-s-Union.


THE STREET FAIR To those with whom we have done no business, we extend a hearty* invitation to

OCALA : : : FLORIDA. The Baikout Carnival Company exhibited open relations with us, and assure them a welcome and courteous, liberal

in Dothan, this week to fairly
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EVENING STAR !: DR. R. D, FULLER, company is about the cleanest one we .

have seen The proprietors are gen-
DR. L. F BLALOCK Assistant
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tl?men who desire! to deal fairly and

C. L. BITTINGER & CO. I DENTAL SURGEONSOffices squarely in all their business transactions HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD. F. L. WATSON.President .

and we have heard no complaintfrom

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Over Munroe & Chambliss' any quarter to the contrary. : Vice President .;t Cashier:
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Proprietors and Publishers I Bank The principal show is the Electrical

Theatre, where the Colorado train robbery -

I OCALA. FLORIDA and other moving pictures are

C. L. BITTINGER, shown. This show is highly.... spoken, of AGffltlT
Editor and General! Manager. t I I J. E. CHACE, by all. rI

I The talking horse and Struts! of

R. R. CARROLL, DENTAL SURGEONOffice : Cairo received good patronage, and the TitA : ( ;
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City EJitor and Business Manager upstairs, Ccmmercial Bank Ferris whf-el and merry-go-round came L ? ; 1,

in fur a good share of patronage also. _
-- -- -- -- Building, Ocala Florida.
1'" to our going to press! we have: 1 1 o v l' ,: S
in this' TERMS CASH
Mr. Ernest Rawls cam
ht-ard of no disorders or complaints

morning from the Berlin section and against the company, except from some

I announced: the death of Mr. Wesley W. C. W. JOHNSTONPHYSICIAN of the merchants! who complain that '

McCulIy of that neighborhood at 6:30 AND SURGEON the show is taking away a lot of the

this morning. Yesterday's Star referred -
Christmas money, which will lessen

to his serious illness. He died Office Over Teapot Grocery their holiday business. / &m -
of paralysis and did not speak a word The free attractions are fine. The r w -
Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., and 3 to 4 p. m.
after he came home Friday a week ago Italian band is one of the best we have I
Night calls answered from the Montezuma -
and took to his bed. The deceased was
Hotel.LOUISVILLE. heard in a long time. The high di'erand

about 43;; years of age and leaves a wid- the lady contortionist attract much
Out Is Now in
ow and six children, four girls and two I attention. The latter, especially, is the Special: Leather Furniture ;>

\, boys, and his' brother Jack McCuUy. I & NASHVILLE R. R, I Iim1x>rest woman we ever saw.-Do- a e of Karpen Progress

to mourn his death. In his death the I than, Ga., Exchange.This .

loses good citizen, a good' FASTEST TIME and
county a company will exhibit in Oeala I

farmer and trucker and one of the best FINEST SERVICEto from January 2 to :. I Karpen Leather Furniture is famous for its beauty of design and thoroughness of construction and we guar-

road overseers the county ever had. ALL POINTS antee every piece. During this sale we are able to offer leather Chairs, Rockers and Couches of the Karpen

with The his deceased parents came from to South Marion Carolina county NORTH WEST and A PLEASANT PILL make at greatly reduced prices. We cordially invi'te' you to inspect the wonderful values we are able to offerin

when he was a mere lad, and he has NORTHWEST these hih grade goods.Ocala.
No pill is as pleasant and positive as
always lived in the neighborhood in Through Pullman Drawing Room i
Deft itt's Little Early Risers. DeWitt's
which he died. He was a consistent Sleeping Cars daily from JACKSONVILLE F ttrniture: COI1.11 a1. Y
Little Early Risers are so mild and effective 9
member of the Fellowship Baptist to BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE -
I : that children, delicate ladies and
church, and his remains will be interred EVANSVILLE, CHICAGO ST.
weak people enjoy their cleansing effect -I OCALA: = : LORIaA
in the grounds adjoining tomor- LOUIS, PENSACOLA, :MOBILE and
while strong people say they are I
will of- NEW ORLEANS. I 1
row morning. ReCrumpton ---- ------- --- ----
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the best liver pills sold. Sold by Wm.
Anderson. Jim Howell of Sarasota came up I vita : EL TROPICO
-- Saturday to sec his family at Anthony
Superintendent Cam and Mr. Eman- CHAIR CARS. CIGAR FACTORY
ate Christmas diner with them and
uel Martin and Miss Miriam Pasteur; Ro"ute of the famous "CHICAGO & You have of I
I HA returned with a load of horses :and a jGRADw 447
leave tonight for Jacksonville to attend FLORIDA LIMITED." course had :!.4f/ ; Y
mowing m.uhi'ie!', which he purchased -
Be sure your tickets read via the L. I Makers of the
the State Teachers Association,
fioiu Captain I'''OSf'I'. II tt
' and also the meeting of the Southern &N.For ) CHOCOLATE CREAM SODADEI.JCWl'S I :,.r Highest Grade 5c. Cigar / ,
Educational Association. Principal rates, schedule and full information I
"ICE CREAM SODA Wood, green or dry, pine, oak or mix- I r -0-- x
r k
Workman will leave Thursday night. call on or write Geo. E. HerrIng >
ed. 50c. and $1 t per load. .Ocala Wood _
The program is a fine one indeed and I Tla. Pass. Agent, 206 W. Bay St., Jack- J HOT CHOCOLATEat Yard. I.. _p, =-_ r r MILO DEYO i, s

every teacher in Ocala and, Marion sonville, Fla. one ot their many stares and con- I L r'' and
sidered the best drank
you ever
county should be present. Mr. Joshua McGahagin! of Alabama
All Chocolate Drinks served arrived Saturd iy evening to spend the

President Gates of the city council HAVANA CIGARS
iiolnl.ivsiih filends in Ocala.
I at our fountain are made with I
Via the Atlantic Coast Railway
spent Christmas with his brother and
family at South Lake Weir. Mr. G. I On account of the Christmas holidaysthe .tfeftr? Chocolate and after Giles' woo p-d) has the largest supply I -- \\1 %

and family went down in their auto Atlantic Coast: Line Railway will their formula. of stove ai 1 fireplace wood in the In Five Sizes

to Lake Weir in an hour and a half and I sell round trip tickets to all points in town. Three wagons running. Prompt P
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Sunday night took seven persons in Florida and all points east of the Mississippi delivery and large loads. I

the auto to church services. Those I river and south of the Ohio Fruits, Confections, Cigars and To CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor

who know the sandy condition of the river, including St. Louis, for one and baccoIN Henry: Shaw, one of the hustling men -

roads know Mr. Gates 'auto is a puller. i one-third fare round trip. Tickets will of the Pedro settlement, was in the I I I

When it comes to running auto over b> sold December 23, 24, 25, 31 and January city Tuesday. Our stock of fancy groceries is as

the sand roads of Marion county, Mr. 1, with final limit to January 4, JUSTICE'S COURT I' complete as any in the state. You I

Gates has no equal. I 1903.;; For rates, schedules and other NO MORE SUFFERINGIf make no mistake when you buy your WI[ SMITH & GO- \
I Justice
information call on: Waid disposed of the following you are troubled with indigestionget I groceries from H. B. Masters.

The lecture last night at the Bap- F. J. Huber, Depot Ticket Agent, cases within the past twentyfourhours a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I .

tist church by Dr. Bundick of Virginia, Ocala, Fla. : and see how quickly It will cure you. i 1 Mr. .F. ('. Wetlach Akron. 0.. who InA .

on "American Citizenship" was one of Miss J. C. Maughs, City Ticket Agent, Willie Barrett for assaulting: a woman Geo. A. Thompson of Spencer, Ia., says: i. spending the winter at WtirsdaKonui'jing -
was fined iJA;< and costs.A. I
the finest intellectual treats that it Ocala Fla. "Have had dyspepsia for twenty years. the Sexton place, with his !
T, C. White, m,'. Pass. Agt., Tampa, Hilliard, a. ou.l of assaulting<= I ICENERAL-i
has ever been the pleasure of our peo- My case was almost hopeless. Kodol father and mother, was in town Saturday -
better half was acquitted."barley !. HARDWAREI
ple to enjoy. The crowd, we regret to Dyspepsia Cure was recommended andI I This is his first! visit to Ocala
< Sampson whu was with Oscar I
hot air stoves, box
say was not equal to the merits of the I Heating stoves latt..r'' used a few bottles of it, and it is the I and he is much pleased: to note the genuine -
Smith Saturday when the
heaters, heaters oil heaters and
gas I condition of city.
occasion. Would prosperous our
I only thing that has relieved me.
furnaces. All styles and prices. Ask shot and killed on* of Oscar John.'n shack I I
not be without! Have doctored with I A HAPPY SURPRISEIs
horses in Tucker Town, was accused -
to see them. Marion Hardware Co., I '
Please; remember the gathering of I local physicians, and also at Chicago, LOST-IMween Ocala and Agnew I
111. B. Clarkson manager canning concealed weapons.found | I in store for every woman who Is I
Miss and to Norway with hopesof Station, fine double barreled breech
Tatham's Band of Mercy tor )r- cnts' even went a I
guilty and fined $lttct and I looking for a thoroughly ur-to-date.. Ii
row afternoon at Miss Sharps kin- President Roosevelt wants freightrates and six months on the hard road. I I petting some relief but Kodol Dyspepsia I loading gun, with private mark. Finder efficient and absolutely satisfactory i I a-

de.garten rooms. It will be a delightful All were colored.COUGHING Cure is the only remedy that i I will bf rewarded Ji:! for delivery to kitchen range. We nave it right herein I

time for young and old. There will I regulated by law. Several people has done me any good, and I h artiJyrtcommenj Mack Rollins Box S44, Ocala, Fla. our store, ready for your inspec
in Ocala and other interior cities tion. It is the latest range in the mar-
I'e refreshments for theoun and it. Every person suffering
ket, and combines the newest and fin-
wish more power to his elbow in this SPELL
short, snappy talks for the old, to infuse with indigestion or dyspepsia shoulduse John A. IJi!'hop Alabama and E. est improvements in sa\"tn: or fuel and

a spirit of kindness and consideratio matter. CAUSED DEATH I it." Sold by Wm. AnJerson. A. Bishop! of Clearwater were at the readiness in cookie
Also a carload of heaters and stoves
nfor all sentient beings. Let thereto "Harry: Duckwell. aged :s : The entire :North and Northwest is rears'I' of all kinds, from $1.O up. I a _
a large crowd. Roll will be called : choked to death early yesterday When you want books and stationerygo I
in the grip of a severe blizzard. ,
promptly at 3 o'clock. ing at his home, in the presence of his I to the Ocala :News Co. We handle r f ."
fail to see IB* pretty displayof
wife and child. lIe contracted a slight then the year round. Special atten- 'I I
hani-painted an } hand-ma2e calendars
READTIIIS cold a few days ago and paid but little I .ion jail to orders for the latest books.
ll rr'arn..
Mr. ( one of the extensive I I I ', etc., made by an Ocala lady and: I
attention to it. Yesterday morning he
turpentine and lumber operatorsof I 'I offered for sale in A. f:. Burnett's wln-

this state, operating around Bay- I Mobile, Ala. Dec. 24, 1S99. was seized with a fit of coughing which Watches for ladies and gentlemen, I Ii i i don I I c or dwMt
continued for some time. His wife I!i from $1.:5; to $.0 each. A big line to I
port who has been in this for I
city a Dr. E. W. Bail St. Louis. Mo.-Dear .1I I I
.' sent for but before he elect from. A. E. Burnett, the Jew-
a physician I 1i
few days left for Jacksonville and Savannah AUTUMN SHOOTING
sir: Having tried different doctors and I i French perfume! Purity and Narcissus. -,i ;
could arrive another coughing spell eler and Watchmaker. I
this afternoon. lie will return their remedies for several years for i) i Oo not fail to see the holiday .I Will soon DT-n .and it will pay all
came on and Duckwell die' from suffocation i
next Wednesday, wht"nlr.. S. A. Stand-
back and kidney trouble. I found nothing [ : packages at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-I I I sr,-..rtsmen to Ifck'er our stock of
I .-:'=t. Louis GlobeDemocrat.Pec. Carving sets, handsome ones and f I
ley will accompany him to Bayport fora successful until taking the Texas any !store. Decorate.! or cut glass.
1, 1901.[ Ballard's Horehound I rifles shotguns ammunition and sport-
bunting and fishing trip. rrioe desired, at the Marion HardwareCo.
Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, and, I I I
Syrup would have saved him. 23c.:; SOc. !! ing rutfits.'e carry the nest goodsat
being rapidly cured, the old saying with I Ii 1 1f WOOD! WOOD: WOOD! WOOD! ,
and SI. Soli by the Anti-Monopoly: J i I
W. Wesley Smith of Jacksonvillewas i "Goi bless the man who invented the f I Order it now. .buc. and $1 per load. t > reasonable! prices ana all supplierpurchased
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Drugstore. a at our store can be depended
in the city Tuesday and paid the Pullman sleeping car" but I say "God ''Ocala Wood Yard. Phone 32.
I reliable.
1 1 upon as bing thoroughly
Star a pleasant S. was a 1I bless the inventor of Hall's Texas Won- MclvER & UAY t t \
We are headquarters for buys' andgirls' I <;'C"'YA.Gf1T
former very popular and efficient school i der." Yours truly, The hunting season is on. We have I T. W. SMITH & CO.
books. Her.t "s latest copy I
teacher in this county but is now W. B. Clark.M. I the best stock of shells in the county
rights. S 1. former pric S 1.:;,). R-rr.-rn- FUNERAL DIRECTORS -- -
"shoveling" Jacksonville sand to some & 0 R. R. Co., Mobile Ala.A .. I i I Marion Hardware Co.
her ours i a book and stationery store
purpose. Mr. S., with his: wife ate I I '
and we stick to our line. The Ocala We Are Still Hustling. %
Christmas dinner with his parents. Dr. TEXAS WONDER l! Rues of all kinds, any size and any _
and Mrs. D. A. Smith of Anthony. One small bottle of the Texas Wonder : zra e.'e have the most complete:

Hall's Great Discovery, cures all line of rues in Central or South Flora. i! and sun II!ljsifc'!; builders *lth the verysl'.l"nfj :- .
William Benus returned from Cara kiiney i: and blalier troubles. removes I :,:a. Mclver andlacKaj". t*-.t t lumber for every puroe. -rr'-- ; i

Sunday, and went on to Bronson Mon j! gravel cures lame back, rheumatism Annual Meeting Southern Educational EMBALMERSFine i i "A'hile: the demands of our cusorr.ers -

day. Mr. Beaus does not like Cuba. and all irregularities of the kidneys We have a beautiful stork of dia- t t
I Association. Jacksonville! Fla., on are great we have disappoint- !
Says he would not live there if he were j and bladder in both men and women I and Burial mor.4 ring, broo'h and scarf pins.! I :;z: :' ifl

l given a corner lot with a fine: houseon I regulates blalier trouble in ct.:!irer.. 1 I December 29-31. 1904Un Caskets ',_:ii: Music! Co. Jewelers. I I Ir I !
it. If not sold by your druggist it will be account of the .tbo\-., !>,..-. th.. Robes. All work done by jffcrts to meet the desire for a grade I -. .- h&

sent by mail on receipt of $1. One Atlantic Coast Line will sell ro';!nl trip; Licensed Embalmers; r' Silverware, plate, hollow and fiat I of lumber of the test quality have been JT -

Mrs. B. B. Ricker. the successful orange small bottle is two months' treatment tickets to Jacksonville, at rate of or.'I!. I ware, every piece guaranteed, at A. E. ; appreciated far beyond our expecta w,
II a
grower of South Lake Weir came and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Dr. first class fare, plus 23 cent! Tickets L\IU\TEl-D i Burnett's. Hon!. "r.r+ -}, '

up Sunday and ate her Christmas din- I H. W. Hall, sole manufacturer. P. O. to be sold ;> and .!t. good to r-tuni to 1,. E. M' I'V. E. Rob-rts are :i I -

ner with the editor's family. She returned box 62S.:: St. Louis! Mo. Send for test and includir.e January 4, ISC'5. Ticket: ,; members c.i the State Embalmeri' Association. I I H&viland china n-iuced 20 per Cent ..

home Monday I t timonial. Sold by all druggists. agents will:! furnish! all irformation. i I j i at the Post&SIce Drugstore. C. I.. GRACEm PYRo.T Ul


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Volume JO Number J67 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea

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Northern Cities Skating Rinks Under C. Harding, Who Ran a Saw -
Grenoble Walnuts. I BANKERS:
the Tread of the Ice King, Who Will Holiday Presents. mill in Brooksville, Held for Swind .

Jumbo Pecans. Shelled Almonds. Wtrni, His Chilblains in Florida Tonight ling by an Ohio Court

30-40 California Prunes. Leroy ('. Harding one of the smoothest -

Evaporated Peaches and Apricots. New York. Dec. 28.-This city i is in :i swindlers in the country, and one LOANS DEPOSITS

Seeded Raisins and Currants. the throes of one of the most unpleasant I Fine Suit Cases, Satchels and Trunks, who operated in Florida and other

tempests that it his experienced in Southern states has finally been held ; CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATIONBROTHERS

Lowneys Chocolate and Cocoa. many years. Intense cold, accompaniedby Slippers for Ladies' and Gentlemen by the courts in Cincinnati for obtain-
i j
Mince Meat and Pumpkin For Pies sleet and followed on after a thaw I!ling money under false pretense I '_

Cranberries and Cranberry Sauce. has rendered the entire island a vast Fine Shoes for everyone. The sensational arrest of Harding at
,: Krook!'ville by United States Deputy
skating rink upon which the popula- EDWARDS
Sour and Sweet :Mixed Pickles. tion slides and slips. Men's Hats and Furnishings. I Marshal C. M. Merrill his subsequent

Mangoes and Sweet Pickle Peaches The rain and sleet had the effect of ; telf.ise: ani recapture is familiar to the I
-ATTEAPOT thawing the heavy fall of snow' that Ladies Fine Umbrellas. I many leaders of the Star. He i is now j i AT THE CITY MARKET .
held in Cincinnati on the charge of ob-
had been marked here, and yesterdaya I
GROCERY severe storm set in, accompanied by Make Your Selection. : taining $300 by the means of a worth- I

high winds from the north. The chill ;: less check, from the Duhme Jewelry Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchets

winds blew down upon the city and '!Company of that City, under the aliasof : .

PROMPT PAYMENT nl I in into Transportation an solid hour ice.had frozen and the telegraphic slushy mass ser'kfo W J J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY ,i i NO Charles CASE OF Blazer. WESTERN AND CHOICE FLOUR MEATS ..

BILLS is Ik BASIS of j \ became practically nil. Havoc wasplayed : PNEUMONIA ON RECORD
everywhere with the railroadsand I I CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
nRr.Dlt: ,I We do not know of a single instance I
. with the wires, and while ther
e. -- ---- -- FREE
where a cough or cold resulted in pneumonia DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109
wa. no record of any important connections I 1
being lost the city much OCALA BAND OF MERCYA ONLY MAKING REPAIRS or consumption when Foley'si j ._ __ __
Our Bills Are Due : was i Honey and Tar had been taken. It
embarrassed by the trouble with local
When Presented I large gathering of the band Is to Admiral Togo's Ships Have Not Gone I cures coughs and colds perfectly, !so' do
tracion service and with the destruction CLEARING OUT SALE
not take chances with some unknown I
of telephone wires. take place on Thursday next at :3: p. m., to Meet the Baltic FleetLondon.
I preparation which may contain opiates I
If You Dluppolnt Us Do Not Be at Miss Sharpe's kindergarten. Rev. "
Dec. 2S.-A dispatch to the which cause constipation, a condition
II. W. Little will preside, as usual. An I OF ALL WINTER MILLINERY
Surprised if Further Credit is RECTOR OF ST. LUKE'SAshburnham I ,
that retards from a cold. Ask
: Central News from Rome states that
interesting and varied program will be '
Refused - i
for roley"s Honey and Tar and refuse
carried out by many kind friends to ,i it is understood at the Japanese legation -I'I'i
Ontario, Testifies to the I AT COST
any substitute offered. Sold by tho -
W. J. Chambers Shoe Co. help on the good work. Light refreshments there that Admiral Togo's fleet
Good Qualities of Chamberlain's I Postoffice Drugstore.A .
Ocala Steam Laundry will be served. Members kindly !. which left Port Arthur a few days ago I

W.: P. EdwardsT. Cough Remedy wear their badges and color-blup and has gone to the islands! to undergo re- Mrs. Tompkins will sell all kinds of Winter Millinery at

Ashburnham, Ont., April 18. 1903.-I white. Emily Tatham, Sec. pairs.' I SMALL REUNIONTwo
B. Snyder I I bargains from December to 1st, January 1, J905. Bargains
think it is only right that I should tell I I
Edwards Bros you what a wonderful effect Chamber- I Old Veterans, Who Were Com in prices in fine goods. Closing out sale. Thirty _
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lain's: Cough Remedy has produced.The rades During the War, Meet After I days' bargains. All winter stock sold in that time, or less -

day before Easter I was so distressed Forty Years of Separation if possible will also sell out the business stock and good
For with a cold and cough that I :I There met this morning at the Windsor -
did not think to be able to take any will.
WATCHESAnd Hotel two old veterans of the nary -
YEIH duties the next day, as voice was I
I my I who separated just at the outbreakof
almost choked by the cough. The same The property belong! g : the estate of Abram Martin, situated( MRS I. Li T TOMPKINS
REPAIRSGO I the civil! war in Hl.>61, where therwert' ,
day I received an order from you fora In the eastern portion of Sugar Himmock, comprising a plantation of ;:;en'ingas midshipmen in the old ,

TO- bottle of your Cough Remedy. I at about 500 acres under fence, (a r w wire fence), about 350 acreof: I frigate Constitution, and have not met Opposite Pittman's Furniture Store.
once procured a sample bottle, and took
F. G. B. WEIHEThe which are in fine stat of cultivation, is for rent next year. each other sine P. They were Admiral
about three doses of the medicine. To
\\". C. Wise of the United States ,
Jeweler. my great relief the cough and cold had These lain are regarded as of the very best quality, and are well
.- and Judge A. O. Wright of this cityP.fiiig .
disappeared.;and I was able to preach adopted for the cultivation of all the crops produced in thr. section. MARTIN
R. & CO.
---- ---- ----- -- a Southerner the judge resignedhis J.
three times',On Easter Day. I know Apply toDAVID I
II commission in the United Statesnary
that this rapid; and effective cure was I

\ LAMP GIVEN AWAYWe due to your Cough Remedy. I make S. WOODROW. Agent: Ocala Fla. I II the and war came in South the Confederate, and served navy during -,

this testimonial without solicitation, I GENERAL LIVERYMENFine
th. admiral remaining on tin Northern
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l being thankful to have found such alodsent
will give away to our i silo To witness the cordiality of this I

customers, absolutely free, a (: remedy. Respectfully yours, meeting one would hardly believe that:
E. A. Langfeldt M. A., P
Carriages Buggies and Traps
large and handsome parlor, II thy met several times: dining the war ,
Rector of St. Luke's Church. Drummers Saddle Horses
Carryalls etc.
in naval engagements. They spent ,
lamp. Every cash purchase i, To Chamberlain's Medicine Co. I
-ANDJSHHg some time in iiuiuiiing after old shipmates -
'of 50 cents entitels you to one This remedy is for sale by all druggists.
I of their time on "Old Ironsides" FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses

chance on this lamp, whichcan illVnH 111J$ I each having much to say about their ,
be seen in our window. comrades of ante-bHlum days. There
and Mules for Sale. Horses
Our line of groceries is fresh I were on that ship at that time many

and up-to-date in By Another Small Boy of Jacksonville. New Scenery and Back-grounds, New i who have since won great distinction, Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
every par : is Well in I
Known Ocala
.Myerson Mounts New Ideas among them 1 lining Ond'ey: of the Olym-
and in
ticular. Free and de Photography.
prompt I
I Ii II I II pia, Clark of the Oregon Taylor of the J. R. MARTIN & CO.HARDWARET.
livery.W.W.CARMANGROCERYCO Jacksonville Metropolis 27th. I Indiana. Glass of the Charleston Conk

Returning home on Third street yesterday :! THE GOTTLIEB( STUDIO I of the HrooKlyn, Crowinshield of the

morning from an errand for his I Illinois. "Fighting\ Pot Evans of the

mother, Master Herbert Myerson, the t i Iowa. Admiral Wise left for New or-I
N. B.-Babies quick asCIF a wink. I
bright little 9->"ear-old son of Mr. and I leans, on the sdu'k::;( train but !
HANDSOME STOCK I i I I IJaekson'illt"
Mrs I M 1. Mveisoti.1 of 32 West Thirdstreet : --- --- -- _on u_ ____n_ -------------- I I 1'iomi.sed' I Jwll"ri ht to return to I II
I was shot in the light side by before long and spend ;
I Thomas Bradford, a young boy about YOU WANT TO BUY,- I some time here. He was here in 1S63on

Fall and Winter Piece 13 years old, who lives on Laura street, a gunboat, ,and spoke of the conditions -

in Springfield, with a Stevens 32-cali- REAL ESTATE then, and congratulated Jacksonville We carry a full and complete line of
Goods. ber rifle, inflicting a very painful, although I on its wonderful improvements

not considered serious wound. i!since that tim Admiral] Wise is accompanied OF ALL
When near his home on Third street Now is the time to call on DITTO, and look over |I by his wife and son.1;-Jacksonville -

I have now In the handsomest and young Myerson was ordered to halt by the following property. I Metropolis. 27th. Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of
Bradford, when he Bradford fired
( ) two
line Goods for
most up-to-date of Piece i
Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, for Fall blank cartridges at him, and then, reloading 40 acre farm two and one-halt miles south of town $400 i STARTLING EVIDENCE I WIRE FENCING

and Winter Wear, that has ever been his rifle, Bradford fired the 20 acre farm two and one-half miles south of town J$425 i; -

offered in Ocala. Call early, see the third time at M.verson, which proved to 20 acre farm two miles north of town - zoo i I Fresh testimony in great quantity is !j PHOSPHATE
be loaded shell. Hammock land one mile south of town $3/5 I
Goods and Styles, and make your selec a 20 acres constantly comb::; in, declaring Dr. ;i iKing's
tion. Many years of experience. Ev- Immediately after the shooting young Good home, 8 rooms, one-fourth acre lot, rents for ?I2.50 900 ;: New Discovery for Consumption j TURPENTINE

ery piece of work guaranteed, and the Bradford ran away from his! home for Five-room house -ind 3 acres one mile west of town ?Ono< Coughs and Colds, to be unequal-I'

Prices are in keeping with the Goods. i the day, returning last night, when he Splendid home and lot, one-half-acre - $1500 :ed. A recent expression from . and MILL

claimed that he fired the shot just; to Farland, Bentorville., serves as an I]
Other and better properties for sale by: ;
Jerry Burnett, sting Mverson a little. example. He writes: 'I had Bronchitis i Sash, Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds.

Merchant Tailor. Dr. Solace Mitchell was immediately Room 12 Merchants Block F. W. DITTO iI i for three years, and doctored all the''

summoned to the home of Mr. and Mrs __ __ _ "B """ -" ---- t time without being\ benefited. Then I !I This is the Tool
Myerson. The ball has not yet been I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery j

touted, but it is supposed to be lodged LUMbEiROUGHOR and a few bottles wholly cured me.. j -FOR-.
in the back of the wounded boy. ;i Equally effective in curing all lung and '
who is now confined to his bed with | '
AND BUILDING I throat troubles, consumption, pneumonia I Fall and Spring Crops
fever and suffering from the wound. and grip. Guaranteed by the Antl- ,

Carpentering and Mrs. Bradford, the widowed motherof DRESSED; Monopoly, Drugstore. Trial bottles free. i -

General Repairing the boy who did the shooting iv very regular sizes 50 cents and >1. i

much distressed over the shooting.
We will be
1 Satisfaction Guaranteed No arrests' have been made. See or Phone *" TROUBLE IN POLAND
I a O, to see you at all

I kg h-7 times.
69 OCALA, FLAt Ii St P rsbuig! Dec.'S Poland ap- ,
had kidney trouble for
years. rears to be in a state of insurre.tion.j
PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla. I IJ
writes Mrs. Raymond Connor of Shelton our uprisings ,i-e imported at diff<-rent MARION HARD3tfLARE C0.

Uh how lovely it is to ride Wash., "and the doctors could not n __ joints! all <'t them i isolated one : .

help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure front the other, and only emphasiz.iig! : SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD &. MacDUFF.

I In a palace car so dignified, Hid the very first dose help me ant: I i the popular halted of the great ironhanded I
am now cured. I cannot too much RESTAURANT iI
say government: for which they la- I
Lounging around in luxurious ease for Foley's Kidney Cure." It makes I for unremittingly and for a bare

the diseased Kidneys sound so they will tance. r.a-I' AT THE CITY MARKET

eliminate the poisons: from the blood. J -XFirst Class MealsCAREFULLY At Uadom two railway bridges were !

Building castles as you please Unless they do this good health is Im I blown up and: ("",,1.! Gilyzky was killed. ', We keep on hand a full Hr.e! of the best Beef, Pork. Mutton and Sausage

possible. Sold by'Postoffice Drugstore. to le had. Jtir., :!. soi.: Fresh! Vegetables, etc. Careful attention toe
At Ctenstotks.; ti cording to the report.
Unmolested; no fumes to choke. PREPARED LUNCHES >.
I -- -- !*-' '- W. L. JONES. Proprietor
an attempt was made to dtstrop the :

Rain AMERICA BUYS \lexa.der II. dvnamiteartndg I --- --- -- ---- -- -- ----.- ---- --
of cinders, or grime smoke; statue by
ANOTHER ARISTOCRAT! >' :r!', which were exploded! under

Row-a-days people appreciate Washington.: Dec. 2S.! -The marriage I! Oystei-s in All Styles. the monument but fortunately the

I of Miss Daisy Letter youngest daulhI'I , were dam...el. Rxots cau=*d by FLORIDA EAST COAST
Every comfort small and great. I ter of the I.ite'j Z. Letter of this I Dining Room open until midnight. Personal .striker! have o- .ursed: at P.igo and

Reason compels to understand I city, to the earl of Suffold!' and Berkshire attention given to special orders, anythingthe Baku.
you of England, took plate yesterday
| market offers prepared for the table on

SoUTHEhN PACIFIC is best j i at the Leiter home on Dupont circle. I short notice.Dumb THAT THROBBING HEADACHE ; RAILWAY
1 Owing to the deep mourning of the used1
I Would leave J
quickly you it you
in the land: to Louisiana, Texas, I
| bride's family the wedding was celebrated Dr. King's New Life pals. Thousandsof :

Mexico and California Special I with the greatest: simplicity I Waiter Connects With Bar sufferers have proved their matchless FOR REDUCED RATES
homeseekers Louisiana
rates to merit for Si- k and Nervous IleaJ- }
Texas, New :Mexico and Arizonain MOTHERS. BE CAREFULOf Skilled! Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choice Viand acres. They make pure blood and ,

December. the health of your children. Look i Special Price to Regular Boarders build up your heulth. Only 25c. Money I I ACCOUNT OF

Intormation out for Coughs Colds, Croup and back if not curel Sold by the AntiMonopoly '-'
cheerfully given.

J, F. VAX REXSSELAER, One Whooping Minute Cough.Cough Stop Cure them is the in ,! THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt i iI Drugstore. i .#- THE HOLIDAYS .i-

General Agent. remedy. Harmless and pleasant. Sold Ka'pcn Genuine Leather Furniture

M Peachtree St Atlanta Ga by Wrn. Anderson. I I McG-ratlx's Stand j at the (kola Furniture Co. SEE THE TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS '


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H. ROBINSON, President S. H. BLITCH, ManagerA. ",t. .
Washington Dec. 2S.-Fair tonight;:; '1 he Ocala board of trade! will mp t I
H. MARSH, Asst ManagerThe '
and Thursday; colder tonight and i in Monday night January 2, at the tit:)
r RI-lEINAU : R' :
southeast portion Thursday; freezing oaicii room to hear and consider th,:
Facilities afTHE- I
_ temperature tonight in northern portion request: from the National Cool foal>! I _
COMMERCIAL BANKAre and a minimum temperature of romeinio.i.: which m ":ts in Jacksonville -I II

about 33 degrees in central portion January19 to :21! and other impr

at Your Disposal. I ,riant nuitu-rs. By order of .OFFERS AT. -lj

THE BIG PIPE II. A. Pvr.}, -bi.l-it.
C. L. I-itiinger Secretary.COLONEL .

Mr. Edward Holder won the big $.5

are Prepared to Give You Service Second to None meerschaum pipe at Chas. E. Taylor's ROGERS RESIGNSCol. SPECIAL PRICES

which was' raffled a few days' ago, andimmt'.liatt'ly

it to Mr. Taylor to R. F. Rogers, the capable an.
be disposed! of to the best advantage |iK iiular; !
and the proceeds to be given to the Farms, has resigned his I",,ition, to "

I -- hospital. Mr. Holder's liberality is fully take effect on the 1st and will enter: Ready-to-wear Skirts, Wraps, Waists and Silk ::: : :

OCALA OCCURRENCESNuts Mr. Chirl Peyser, the expert tob.tcionUt appreciated by the management of the naval stores business! somewhere: ( ,,' ., .

the hospital who desire to in the vicinity of OcuLu an.1111 i.. .
us announce
and cigar manufacturer, Underskirts for Ladies. Lace Curtains and : -
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associated in inn bu-nvs with of
that the pipe will be disposed of to one ,
shipped an order of 1:>,QOO of his special
fruits and candies at Taylor's.Pictures
brand of smokers, "The Secretary" the best interest of that institution, our naval stores capitalists. Mr. S. A. -'

probably at the Raw Is, assisted by a young man fron 1 Floor Coverings. Men's Children's and La- '
at cost. Postoffice Drug to the Old 1 Bay State. The cigars are big charity ball, to begiven i _

store. I so named in compliment to Secretary soon for Its benefit, which ball, Jacksonville will fill Mr. Rogers' place

t.Ioudy, who greatly admires the brand by the way will be the biggest thing Colonel) I Rogers' family will continue to E: I dies' Shoes.

of its kind ever given in Ocala. reside, at least for the present, in Ocala _

Gold pens and fountain pens at A. E. where they have: many friends, who, ,
We carry at all times a well selecte ..

Burnett's. stock of pure, fresh canned goods, of In the mention of Mr. Lang's pillau would I be pained to have them leave u*,, i I 11.8. & M. CLOTHING j v-J.\;:: 2:,:_, r -' i
the very best brands. Canned goods I party Monday night the names of Mr. -
Oysters! Oysters! Oysters! All styles, Tex Martin and family were omitted Choice hams, breakfast bacon, mack I .. .
are in larder
necessary your as a reserve .
at Dame'i.A j rI
to draw from. H. B, Masters.Mr. from the list of those in attendance. erel, sausage and cheese; buckwheat I \ "

"Tex" proved the most admirable chef I flour, maple syrup, whole wheat flour, I .
full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty-
etc.. and other
breakfast delicacies
dings and Co.Handsome Henry Stevens and family of I that ever presided over such a social at I "

High Springs came in this afternoonto stew, and all who were present are H. B. Masters.Mr. '
I ,
Mclrer visit Mr. Stevens' parents, Mr. and singing': his praises.CATARRH '
parlor lamps at
Folder Lung left this afternoon
and MacKay's. Mrs. Isaac Stevens, and will take theirholiday
to inspect his tropical fruit farm and
: outing with them.
-- hi1.cozy bungalow at Fort Lauderdale, HOUSE FURNISHINGS : "
At Taylor's-Popcorn, korn nuts and With local applications, as they cannot
near Miami. Mrs. Lang and son. Guy, ,
salted peanuts. Fort King Dairy is Just one mile reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh

from the court house on Fort King av- I la a blood or constitutional disease and will follow him later. W e are sorryto

I lose such excellent people, but Mr. I
enue. In order to cure It you must take Internal -
China, 20 I per cent. o2C at the Postof- I Lang said he would often return to see
: remedies. Hall's Catarrh CureIs
lice Drugstore. us and meet his host of OraU. fiienJs.K. .
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wallace gave their taken internally, and acts directly on

n>Uiet ting children a complimentary the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's
The best hot chocolate and whipped A. Edwards a former assistant ( stock of Fitfniisze ._yi JHGoods se-F..u1 hhtg .
holiday party this afternoon at their Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine.It lOut .
cream at Taylor's.Pure bookkeeper at Mdver. & Mat Kay's, but
pleasant horn In the;: second ward. was prescribed by one of the best I .

There weir some thirty young persons physicians in this country for yearsan I II now of Lake City, is here, visiting is second to in the State
fresh milk and cream at the 1 trlpn !t.Seeds. none
pieseiit who had a delightful time. adis a regular prescription. It is I N.
Fort King Dairy I
I composed of the best tonics known,
of all kinds, fresh and reliablefor .
Our optical department is completein j combined with the best blood purifiers, j I ---
Phone No. 32, Ocala Wood Yard, for fall and winter planting, at Ty- I II
in E>\'( detail. We will examine your acting directly on the mucous surfaces.
your stove wood. dings and Co. II kind of Furniture Rugs all kinds and
eyes free and guarantee satisfaction.We I The perfect combination of the two Ingredients I Every prices, Lap

can furnish or repair rimless goodsof is what produces such won-
\\". A. Uaxley; of Levon dined at the Miss Eloise Izlar has gone to : Mattings Window Shades Robes Saddles Whips etc.
Montezuma every description. Ocala Music Co. derful results in curing Catarrh. Send ,
today.M. well, S. C., to spend a season among

I for testimonials free. her friends. She was accompanied by Lace and Portiere Curtains Every kind of Wagon
:Mrs. C. H. Lardy of Tampa I is In the F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. Buggy
A. Riche of Savannah is a guestof her little nieces, Rosamond and Sybil
j city and will pass the winter here. She Sold by druggists, price 75c.
the Ocala House. Puist. who spent several months with Screens etc. Blankets and and Carriage for
I has rooms at Miss J..slt'i1Ilan and Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation any purpose.
their grandparents! Major and Mrs L.
IS liking her meals at Mrs.: Phillips'. .
Leather goods in great variety at the T. Izlar. j Spreads Sheets Pillows and Paints Oils Varnishes Lu-
Postoffice Drugstore. This is the first time Mrs. Cardy has I ,

been in Ocala since 1S90, and she is The New York Syndicate will hold a
!Crockery Lamps and Toilet bricating Oils Building Ma-
Judge J. J. Titcomlj t,f Duimellon surprised and pleased with the improvements January sale at the Boston Store Sometime I THE ,

that have been made since during the month, of which due HOWARDORANGES
was in th.II}' today. Sets Jars and Flower Pots. terials Lime Plaster Laths
then. I notice will be given. The sale will 1)f'1 ,

Beautiful Imported holiday china at --. ------- -- an exceptional one in variety and quality and there are ;Cook and Heating Stoves and Brick Shingles Cement

Mclver and MacKay's. of goods and in special values.If none better, ,

buy article from are for sale at retail (i Ranges. Trunks, Valises, I Phosphate Machinery of all

The Fort King Dairy Sells nothingbut you an our gro- and by the box by I '

pure milk and cream. I cery department, and it is, for any The 0, K. Grocery, \ Suit Cases etc. Harness of kinds. Deep well drilling.

cause, not just what it should be, return ,
W. M. Martin
Prettiest of iI i TEDBIE it and get your money or another I II It II .
line go-eu ts ever shown STALEY C. H. Dame,

at the Ocala Furniture Co. !I article. We want you to be pleased in I Ii Ferguson &. Usher

The Ocala Wood Yard.-supplies woodin Ii: Is the name of the i every transaction. H. B. Masters. I E.andC. Taylor. i Contracting and Building of all kinds doneuncler -

Manager I.\ut-ngood of the Danner I
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any length. .Phone 32. I II I
spent Christmas with his family in St.
I Mr. R. A. Bui ford will tender the i i
{ iI
lucky girl who Augustine.Our I Write for
won responsible guarantee. us prices
O. A. Pelteway of Leroy was a business I members of the Ocala I'h.-ss Club a .

visitor in town today. reception) Friday: night at his home. It

I the doll-kindly call calendars are handsomer! than will IK I a representative gathering of |
ever. Everyone says so. Come and see and estimates anything need. '
Hot soda, pure whopped! cream, at ;I the knights' of the checker board. j on you
them. The Postoffice Drugstore 1i
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. and get it. I i

Mr. and Mrs Edward Holder of Dun- j
Mr. and Mrs. F. I.. Watson spent
Jest arrived, a beautiful display of nellon are guests of the Ocala House.
Christmas with their patents in JH'' -
Florentine! pottery at Weihe's.Mr. .
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i i Miss May Allred of Jacksonville I MOIVER&MACKAYOeala .

R. J. Knight of Crystal River !i l-eiit I Christmas with her brother X.j j jM.
FOR SALE-A :young heifer and a
was at the House today I I I .\111 1'.1.1 I
lot of pot plants. Apply to Rev. J. A. II I

II' Hendry, 12S X. Second street, Ocala, FloridaTEACHERS
Shotguns and revolvers of all kinds :

at the Marion Hardware Co. 'BOSTON' B T STORE T Fla DavidS1oo .

Fire sets, fire screens Irons, etc, Why pay more than CO cents per nmWII
pound for the best candies? See Tay-
at the Marlon Hardware Co.

Mr. O. Cowan is now the attentive I '.. \-11, \3: J
night clerk at Mr. and Mrs.! C. V. Roberts and baby .
the .Montezuma.Mrs. l
ROOM 12 P. 0- BLOCK 1 Miss Weathers _., ., 5
-- spent> Christmas! with Mrs. Roherts'mnther Emily Ford : r"Jirir.: : : ;: ,
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John Reddick of Chester S. C. Mr. GWK G. Mathews is raffling his in Live Oak. They will leturnFriday. OCALA FLORIDA Miss! ro;. II. Whetstone.Mi /\- ( a-+1 a 1 ; ; a question. Of course I do, and
I : Little. Miss Meta Jewett.Mi -, 'JJI-,
!< Mary
is a guest of Dr. and Mrs. Xew.som. line residence in Marti City. The I --1'J. 1 jl
1/ I'll just send around and maker
i i: y- papa
clianees) 140'i in number, are being sold / I \: "Y I' wP \
Ammunition of all kinds Oyster fries, oyster stews, oystersraw ; intendent. ": "' him buy it for me; also a pretty set
for all fire- at $I each, and many have already I _. \ I''
arms, at tbe Marion Hardware Co. been taken. and on the half shell, at Dame's. REAL ESTATE i I I "!_. _____::J1 ;j.I e/; of harness and laprobe, too. Where?
i i I this: :: morning a --t, '. fi '
IP the .ourt
ii Ii nujoi's () l i J/,: Another silly question. Why, a. .
Every kind of farm and garden: Im- LOANS i
i bond
H cash
Miss Una Phealy of Anthony is visiting 'I We take pride in the excellence of white man forfei-ed a $ hi'Q'r !.1
I plement, cane mills, woven and barbed three h
ndu-t. while
her aunt. Mis. Ed Carmichael. j our big stock of teas and coffees. We fur disorderly rN._
!' buy the best there is to be had and wire fencing. Marion Hardware Co. INVESTMENTS nuns were fined *;.1 and cost'" each for : L S. A. STANDLEY & CO'S

Taylor has full line -- !i boozing! too prom.4cuou.t-ly: and becoming
a of Lowneq's give you the very best possible values I
1 essr.c. S. T. Si+trunk an It F:. K. Nelson 1.I 1. I .
bulk candies. They are second to none. { for your money. H. B. Masters. hilarious in < onsequenre.Mr. .
i Phosphate Lands a Specialty -
went hunting in the Oklawaha river -
'I section today. II I and children of P. Turnbull of fiiuinnati. i i' STRAYED OR STOLEN
: Ct gins Mi" A.
W. C. Powell Jr., of Wildwood ate Urinson ;:
(\il. Win. P. Hick-on: of Reynolds have the following properties in i

his Christmas dinner at the Montezuma '!, Ga.. i is on a'isit to his daughter, Mrs. Ocala and vicinity for sale: \\Ynsdole spent Saturday afternoon who has s---nt months in this .i I -

'I M. C. Posh.Charles Toilet cases and comb and brush I i I TI '.' and part of :::und i'y in Oc.a:! taking in city, the gust .,f Mr and Mrs. McCly- !j I Ii A deep iron gray mare pony. Was

sets at the AntiMonopolyDrugstore; I I I, House and lot on Oklawaha avenue the Christinas e\'.delw,,*. monas.::. left today for the East Coast ( traded for in Ocala, Friday, Decem-

Exquisite china in the finer grades ofImportl'.J. I Tajlor's line of fine box candies also military brush sets. j between the residences! of Dr. ] old the rebuts of that: section. j i her 23. Got away Saturday night.

'Tidings and Mrs. Howse; lately vacated i Our prescript-! n department' is the Think: she went to the Martin or Red-
ware. The prices are verylow. would delight the heart of any I
Sterling silver goods in table ware !' by Dr. W. V. Newsom. iiJ has the most careful i'! dk k section. Reward will be given
A. E. Burnett.Mr. lover of fine candies.! They are lovely i I most up-to-date Novelties in hat: pins, snlrt waist,I
and novelties. A. E. Burnett, the jew- i of in the city. Ty- for her return to Standley & Co's Bta-
boxes and filled! with the most dainty I ::. Two-story house on South Orane attention any buttons, sleeve buttons, etc., at A. E.

Louis [..Ul r was called !suddenlyto : and delicious sweets. eler. I street, belonging to Mrs. Annie MartinI j dings and Co. Durn tt's. bles.

Georgia Monday on business.! Heexpects I I and next door to residence of D. S?. (
lion. M L. Pa\ne of F irnVld was in the (Jaines\'iIp! insuranceand
return Sunday. Cut glass. Come early and make Remember Havj'An'l! china reduced
town this morning his return home
the Montezuma -
your selections. The line is up to date 3. All of block 2:::, CaMw ell's addition jI j- abstract m-.X: was at :20!I per cent at the Postoffice Drug- I;I Thousands of little ones die every
from Belleview.! where he spent several -
Easy Bright the best preparation in j! A. E. Burnett. to Ocala (one acre) being the Tuesday. store. :1 I year of croup. Most of them could have
/ daysisitingr his daughter Mr*. I i'
? the world for cleaning furniture, metalor property immediatelynorth of Mr. J. | iI I i teen saved by a few doses of Foley'I

carpets.! The: kind the furniture men ]' Mr. S. A. Iwiwl I returned today from Green. Mr. Paynwas accompanied j I j R. Moorhead's home. 'fh" ,"'hr-ti.ill ;-u.t iy c h"": did ROt Mr. TY. June; and wife of Otterj I|I Honey and Tar, ai.d every family with

ust let it at Mvlver &: MacKay's. Dunnellon with three prisoners, who i by Mrs. Pajne. 'I I 4. The Alfrel Davis house and lot ii.-.u'i-: .,'. .s Su1.: ; .y s-h'x.' ;nut Sur.dayUNDERTAKERS [ Creek who have been visiting Mrs. I,I, children should kwp it In the house. It

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n .r! : : :: Tucker Connor, returned home today contains no opiates and is safe and
were sent out to the farm. One of the at
I BE QUICKNot ,! on South First street, next door to J. .. ,,, I I
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men was minus< a les; and an arm. I II JA. Pittman and Sons furniture store -- -- -- -- ,- via Silver Springs and the Okla- j I sure. Mrs. George H. Picket San
I -- -- -' -- i \\.lha route j|: Francisco Cal., writes: "My baby had
PURE a minute should be lost when a I I :3.: The Lewis Plater workshop on
The stock of sterling silverware, |la: dangerous attack of croup and we
chill shows symptoms of croup. Chamberlaiu's South Second street. :
jewelry, plated ware and clocks carried ] | "I was much afflicted with sciatia >I thought she! would choke to death but

GROCERIESEverything I by the Ocala Music Co. is larger I Cough Remedy given as soon I! 6. The Campbello: Plantation. ::::;: \\rites Ei C. Nod, lowaville, SeJgwlck'I'I one dose of Foley's Honey and Tar relieved -

l'I than ever carried in Ocala. Their cut as the child becomes hoarse, or even af- j 111'OS southeast of town consisting of : AND : l Co., Kan., "going about on crutches andsuffering her at once after other remedies

t i t ter the croupy cough appears, will prevent Tiat -' of cleared and fenced land induced
I glass and bric-a-brac are as fine as i| : a deal of pain. I was i j i had failed. We are never a minute
I .
-- j the attack. It never fails and Is i and 135 acres t/f fixed oak. hukory si I I Snow Liniment! which'
I you could wish.Ireauregtrd I EMBALMERS i; to try without it in the house. Sold by the
pleasant: and safe to take. For sale! ,
1 by j I Tin land of first quality; G-room relieved me. I use! three :COc.; bottles. i i Postoffice Drugstore.

sold by me is i, Jer.kii"* a former re..ident i all druggists. h..,..*",=. outhouses, cisterns' etc. This _. i I It is the greatest liniment I ever used; ,

property, is : i icht on the A C. L. R. R. Un- 'h-e' recommended it to a number of ,
fresh and pure. This is absolutely :, of ooal.i and Sparr. but now of We have two Registered 1 Miss Mary Burford entertained some
ani has! a fine deposit of lime on it. -rsons all ; themselves as be-I;
: express
in the l ?orpi.i.: \\ih hi< \\ i.. is speiidn.g: a dertakers and Embalmers 1"' twenty of her young friends'delight-

necessary grocery few .I.ty'1 ; in the i.iljJ .. MoKEAN LUMBER Co 7.;: The P..jr-rs place on the' sojthiw All work entrusted to our :g l--ri?fit*! by it. I now walk with- fully last night at the elegant home of

business, both from the i ->!'t e-Ice of t"wn. consistil:;; of t\\v- ".t cr-ofh'r able to rerform a deal of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bur-

standpoint of the seller and J CURED PARALYSIS WOOD tt.ry house airi SO acres of Ian 1. care will receive prompt and ...!ht !labor on the farm !5c., SOc. and ford, on Fort King avenue.

: skilled attention. All em $1. Soil by the Anti-Monopoly: Drug-,I ,
f i' S. The Wade Hoar' prortrrty. CCT.-
the W. :. Bailey. P. O. True Texas ,
consumer. and .writes"My: wife had been suffering WOOD : !'i i tir.z of small 1ousan} lot. dui balming fully guaranteed. A $:ljre. ''i; Robert J. Knight the turpentine and

free delivery. j for five years with paralysis in her ; t south of D. E. Mclver's residence. splendid stock of Caskets and )Albritton, a young and rro'"r""r- i lumber promoter of Crystal River, was \ <,

i farm' when I was persuaded to use Bal- I: WOOD ; 9. 2'2 acres of land on :S. hit ?t.. Burial Robes carried at all 'J-< hunt of Daisy was in town to- I I I la! guest of the Ocala House today. .

lard's Snow Liniment, which cured her adjoining property of J. M. Slefiertsuitable ': times. ,j 1 Y. -, -I II

The FairB. all right. I have also used it for old : WOOD for subdiviiir.g into lot! : Mrs. T. B. Stringfellow and children

!sores frostbites and skin eruptions. It I known as the Gamble flace. OCALA FURNITURE CO I'ul I.r.f'1hlr! man of Montezuma of Jacksonville are enjoying a visit to

,loes the work' 25c., Z\c. and {1. Sold I SOc and $1.00 per load 10. 70x110 foot lot on \Venona. ?t .I I wf-i.t out this morning with his dogi the former's mother, Mrs. D. C. Ed -

L. HALL, Prop. oy the Anti-Monopoly,; Drugstore i Telephone; No. 126. LtXt door to rc!'iJcnce of R. G. Blake! I i I I'.t i.'- .,- N". 1.".. i -.:;.1 gun and brought in :1 juail. wards of th .- OcaU House.c V

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