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The Ocala evening star.

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Title:
The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. ; 61 cm.

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

Notes

Abstract:
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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funding:
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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
11319113 ( OCLC )
2052267 ( ALEPH )
sn 84027621 ( LCCN )

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Orange, Lemon and Citron AN ORDER fOR ORANGES 7"' A T KN[ 1TEI f T[ r I 'PhoneHERMITAGEADAIRY IO.. \ PINS RINGS *


Peel. Fresh Supply of I II Modern Home Plumbing. i WATCHES ;


Force. Full Assortment ,Twenty.Four Carloads for Birmingham -! e All of our plumbing! contracts People of Colorado Send the Presi. I I JEWELRY i

of H-O Cereals Ala. and All Sold Before dent a Heart of Gold to Hang on \ i CUT GLASS
are executed by the best For Your
4 the Neck of the Dove of Peace \
i i They Were Shipped >
'. ; \_ sldlled mechanics, under our personal supervision \ f. \ FINE CHINABUTTONSETC !

A telegram sent to Florida On behalf of the people of Colorado,
was
and no detai! ao matter how Pure Milk \ ., -
PICKLE LAMB'S TONGUE IN from Birmingham last Tuesday, says h I President Roosevelt was presentedwith and
1 the Birmingham News, for twenty- -: unimportant it may seem, escapes our atten- a gold heart Monday by Repre- ALSODiamonds -

PINT JARS. four cars of oranges. one of the larg- .. .. :- tion. We use the famous "$taadaj d" sentative Robert Bonynge of Denver. I I

Call and see our fresh goods. est orders for this fruit ever before I i L.z:7::: Porcelain! Enameled Plumbing Fixtures ;' The heart, which is of unalloyed gold, Delivered Every Morning at Your Door/, I and other Precious

given at one time. The telegram revealed -j was inclosed in a handsome case, Stones. Article
a which the best made. Every
the fact that Birmingham will I ::r are By placing bearing the inscription: Quality and Guaranteed*
% Purity
T-POT GROCERYCandies handle more oranges this season than Ic\ T-1; your work with us, you are assured of the "From the heart of the Rocky \ made in Sterling Sil- \

ever before, to say nothing of the Increased \ I best material and workmanship obtainable. Mountains, this symbol of pure goldis .- ver and 'Gold.

: business in apples and other \ sent by men women and children, -- .

j fruit. Let us quote you prices. rich and poor alike, to Theodore Watch our stock and,call., .

i Xot a single car of the record t Roosevelt, president of the United OCALA FURNITURE Eo.UI
(
on us for your holiday ;
I, breaking order is for a commission Ii States, whose great heart brought ,

j i man in Birmingham, all of their orders I j peace to the people of Japan and Rus- 9 jewelry. ,

I having been placed. Every box sia. Thanksgiving Day, 1905, A. D."

I will be sold to local and out of town eT Money for pay for the gift was rais- E have the agency for the I

dealers who self direct to the trade.In ed by popular subscription. In all.
and Chocolates
at speaking. of the order W. L. Mur FLORIDA! PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. .I 8000 pennies were subscribed. To V V justly celebrated ,

T.,W. TROXLER'S 'doch said he will have handled fully ---- these, substantial subscriptions from Karpen, F.C.BJeihe; ,

fifty cars before the season is over. other sources were added. YEl

Commission men in Birmingham, according -' at last of the futility of his endeav SAKHAROFF WAS SHOT Leather Furniture, and $ you THE JEWELER ..

to C. M. McMahon, will sell ors. l'rh'atei1l'n sadly and regretfully -

OCALA FURNITURE CO no less than 100' oars, making a total relinquished the struggle and Russian Revolutionists Get in Their COUNTY COMMISSIONERS '

of 150:; cars that will be handled the H Official Report of the December I
through Birmingham houses before dler. Jr., took it up.

Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time, the season is gone. I Today, for the third time, Mr. Can- Woman His Executioner Meeting of the Board We would be
glad to have IThIVERMAbKAY
There are 2ftO boxes to the average rller took the oath as representative London Dec. 8.-The St. Petersburg you
and When Keeded. I Ocala, 1-1 a., Dec. 4, A. D. 1906.
car. The total number of cars will for the first district of Mississippi, 'orrf'sI.lndf'nt of the Dally Telegraph -

The Question of Embalming and Fun. equal 45,000: boxes. In every box I which includes within its domain the in a dispatch dated Dec. 5, The board of county commissionersof come and look at this Furniture FUNERAL DIRECTORSUNDERTAKERS

.ral! Directing is a Delicate One there are about 200 oranges, making al I I'tetal city of Tupelo, and this afternoon for ont by way of Eydtkhui en, East Marion county, Fla., met in regular j

1 of 4,500,000;; ( oranges in the 130:; : the third time. he introduced a bill, Prussia, says' :: : session on the above date. Present -

Would not it be Best for Yon to En- cars. providing fur the erection of that long "Lieut. Gen. Sakharoff, former minIster : H. W. Long, chairman X. A. and we will take pleasure in

First class oranges are selling for delayed public building at Tupelo.} of war, was assassinated today. Fort, J. J.. Edwards, C. "". Turner, and

trust this Question to Those who Appreciate $2.25; n $2.40 per box. Estimating the Congresses come and Congresses go, "The government had deputed Gen. S. R. Pyles, commissioners. showing it to We at

It's Delicacy, and Whose Know- average sale at $2.2;;, the minimum, they say in Washington, but the Tu- akharoff to'isit the province of I Minutes read and approved of both you. carry EMBALMERS

the traffic in oranges this winter will llo public! building is eternal. Saratoff for the purpose of quelling meetings, November 6, and NovemberS "

edge is of the Highest Standard I reach $101.250.:; he agrarian riots there. I 1905, separately. all times, a full assortment of I Fine Caskets '

.
TELEGRAPH All\ of the oranges received so far A BAD SCARE "A woman belonging: to the so-call- Upon motion bond of S. II. Gaitskill I *
ORDERS RECEIVE
this season have been in good condi hI 'flying columns' of the revolutionary as notary public was approved, with and Burial Robes
PROMPT ATTENTION H. I. Dickson and W. R. Brown as'' everything in the Furniture line.
tion. The warmH'athl.r before
just
bad called
Some day you will get a scare, movement at the house of
sureties.A .
Thanksgiving had a tendt-ncy: to causea when you feel a pain in your bowels, till' governor of Saratoff at noon to- '
Day Phone No. 10. Night 94 and 167SMITH All Work Done Licensed En -
letter from by
Dr. Wilson
few to spoil. Commission men usually and fear appendicitis. Safety lies in .lay and asked to see Oen. Sakharoff. at Red- and if our prices not right

rii-n and repack all\ boxes to Insure I Dr. King's New Life Pills, a sure cure, She fired three revolver shots at the dick, with reference to a party, viz: are balraers and Fully Guaranteed

& ROBERTS, Ocala, Fla. the retailers from loss. II. Noble, was referred to Commissioner -
for all bowel and stomach diseases, general, killing him on the spot. ,
Turner, with i ower to act. we will make them
such as headache, biliousness costiveness so.
Judge L. L. before MISSOURI :PACIFiCflY..
Hopkins
appeared
-
GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED OUT etc. Guaranteed at The AntiMonopoly OF INTEREST TO MOTHERS
Drugstore, only 2c.;; Try the board and asked a reduction
SMITH -ANDIRON -
-4 to be made for the purchase of cer- & ROBERTS
ome weeks ago during the severe them. Thousands of little ones die every
ain tax sale certificates. Request was
\ winter weather both my wife and myself year of croup. Most of them could refused. MOUNTAIN ROUTEW
L
contracted severe colds which McCALL WILL FOLLOW McCURDY have been saved by a few doses ofley's OCALA. FLA
lck Upon motion it was ordered that :2! -
1 speedily developed into the worst kind \* Honey and Tar, and every .
o'clock be fixed as a special hour to
of la: grippe with all its miserable John A. McCall. president, of the family with children should keep it in HOMESEEKERSEXCURSIONS
canvass the election returns of the local -
symptoms," says Mr. J. S. Egleston New York Life Insurance Company, the house. It contains no opiates andis
option election held in
of Maple Landing Iowa. "Knees and ; will retire from his office before the safe and I sure. Mrs. George II. Pick Marion
county, November 28, 1905.
joints aching muscles! sore, hE'adtop- first of April. It was a first' of April t"tan: Francisco, Cal., writes: "My : THE OCKLAWAHA INN I
The board, the of Mrs.
I upon request TO
ped up, eyes and nose running, with for the PolicY holders when he took baby had a dangerous attack of croup .. 4t
Tuck ordered the tax collector\ to allow 'ARKANSAS: ,
alternate spells of chills and fever. We charge. and we thought she would choke to : ,
her a reduction of $200: as an exemption I
began using Chamberlain's Cough death, but one dose of Foley's Honey due widows, by the law. J ., A Pleasant, Homelike House; TEXAS,

Remedy, aiding the same with a dose REMARKABLE CURE"I and Tar relieved her at once after : OKLAHOMA,
Mr. Long thereupon read his reportof
II of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver other remedies had failed. We are :rr S Elegant Airy Rooms and the
the poor farm, which report is as INDIAN TERRITORY,
CQPvA.Gps-y Tablets, and by its liberal use soon was much afflicted with sciatica never a minute without it in the

'i completely knocked out the grip." ," writes Ed. C. Xud lowaville, house." Sold by the Tostoffice Drug- follows: very Choicest Table Board.r1J' I NEW AND OLD MEXICO
-4 To the Board of County Commissioners KANSAS,
'These Tablets promote a healthy ac- Sedgwitk Co., Kan., "going about on store. !

ANY HORSE FANCIER 1 thin of the bowels, liver and kidneys crutches and suffering a deal of pain. of Marion County, Florida: Special Rates in Summer to | NEBRASKA _
Gentlemen visited the farm ,
poor i AND COLORADO
i which is always beneficial when the I was induced to try Ballard's Snow No Ladies' Shoe ever shown in [ 1
Who has had experience with our harness December 2, and found Mr. and Mrs. DEC. 5TH & 19TH
.
is cold attack Liniment, which relieved me."I
] system congested by a or Ocala gives the satisfaction of the Johnson in infirm Weekly and Monthly Board
an condition but
will tell you of its sterling: of the grip. For sale by the Fost- used three 50c. bottles. It is the Drew-Selby Line, shown by Masters ,
strength and general merit, and of its'office Drugstore. greatest liniment I have ever usel; Improving.Mrs. Rate Chattanooga to Fort Worth

real economy, quality and cost con- i! have recommended it to a number of Jane Wilson, who was admitted ers.MRS. I and return, $22.10. Other rates In pro-

sidered. If you know about harness persons; all express themselves as being ATTENTION, WOODMEN! to the poor farm October 7, died I .. HATCHELL, portion from other points in the South-
I STORIES OF CONGRESS November 7, from the effects of old '#''t --- SrI
won't need to consult 10.
yourself you a benefited by it. I now walk with- east.Will
I Election of Officers at Friday Night's age. She was helpless when received : Proprietress. also sell tickets to Oregon.
horse fancier-just see the goods and t out crutches, able to perform a grer.t : .
Incidents of the opening day of not from disease .' I. 1 I
,
but from .
they'll tell their own story. You're deal of light labor on the farm." Meeting age. Washington and British Columbia No-

welcome to look as long as you like 1 Congress are thus reported in the 23c., ;GOc.; and $1 at all druggists. I I Regular monthly The superintendent selected an eligi- OCALA FLORIDA vember the 21st with return Jlmlt

through our stock and ask as many I; Washington correspondence of several ble location, east of the hard road, in of 21 days from date of sale at very

questions as to prise, df'lIvt'ry.tc.., exchanges: it'' CUTTING OFF COMPS meeting Ft. King the northeast corner of our land, as a ,. low rates. Write me for full Informa

you please.S. Senator Teller of Colorado made Camp Woodmen cemetery, and buried her in it, and tion.I. .

A. STANDLEY & CO. known today that he with Senator The Pennsylvania Railroad has of the World, inYonge's will take $8 in money which she had WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OFHARDWARE .I. E. REHLANDER {- -43 t
Allison of Iowa are the only! membersof
and with it place a modest tombstoneto I
the upper branch of Congress who stopped issuing passes, or says it has: hall, Fri mark her grave. Traveling Passenger Agent,

the Philadelphia and Reading and the day evening, Dtcember -
have served for a continuous period of The sugarcane made 31;j barrels of CHATTANOOGA TENN.
Central of New Jersey say they will the 8th. !
1 twenty-nine years. lIe conveyed thisknowlt'Jge excellent syrup, one barrel of which
stop, and the Baltimore and Ohio and Officers
to Mr. Allison in a some- particularly will be sold to a hotel, or to any per-
Ll'high"alle expected to L.ALEXANDEBPractical
: what affecting manner.ftt'r the adjournment ) are stop. requested to be present. All visIting son wishing to pay 50 cents per gal- -

of the session this morning lon for first class
I sovereigns welcome. syrup.
PIRATING FOLEY'S
Senator Allison, who was standing There ,.
are eighteen meat hogs to
Jap-a-Lac
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
HONEY AND TAR c
with Senator Foraker, was approached kill, eight or ten of which will be CARPENTER AND BUILDER

by Mr. Teller. The lattergrasped ; placed in a pen and fed on cassa'a.with "Wears Like Iron." ;' Careful estimates made on all contract
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated _
4.
Allison's hand with much
Tulula Lodge. NGmeets a little corn added for a fewweeks
work. Gives
vigor;; and with a voice which was Honey and Tar as a throat and lung t before Natural *is the best : more and better work
ctJ1 %2 L F- slaughtering.We Jap-H-LaC for the
,
{ L-- money Ran any other IB town
and of
remedy, onI''ount the great & <:X"
somewhat !Ohkc>n. and with tears in ,
have a fine calf, whose
.1\ every Tues- young \ varnish for i
merit and popularity of Foley's honey -
his iI
his displayed intense feeling
eyes
MflS5 day evening in Yonge's Hall. dam was two years old to the day: at
%L said: and Tar many imitations are offered ': I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
J. H. N. G. its:: birth. That broad gauge progressive LiA Hardwood Floors
for the genuine.I k for Foley's lion : Spencer \ j Tax Deed Under
"Senator. I first took the oath of office > J Section 8 of Chapter
WILL NOT LUMP man, Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, has I
_ Royal Cole, Secretary.
ey and Tar and refuse any substitute : I 4888, Laws of Florida.
member of this body twen-
as a either lId It dries
kindly offered to donate to the poor or new. i
I
WILL NOT PACK offered as no other preparation will i Notice is ,
1 ty-nine years ago today. You are the hereby given that H. L.
farm male calf of his shorthorn
a I
Manufactured from pure white cot- only member now here who was hereat give the same satisfaction. It is mildly NOTICE OF SESSION stock. '4lIllI with a beautiful luster, and I i! Anderson purchaser of Dunaelloo

ton felt. thoroughly clean and free that time. Xot only that. but thereis I: laxative. It contains no opiatesand I It will be necessary to build a -_ retains its brilliancy through J j city tax certificates No. 25. 21,

from all dangerous germs. not a I single emploje here now who is safest for children and delicate Ocala Lodge No. 851, Benevolent and ter of a mile of wire fence quar-I )_ -I--- 127 and 30, dated the 4th day

Sixty Days' Trial was here then. It struck me today persons. Sold by the Postoffice Drug- Protective Order of Elks Hendrix 40-acre tract of land. The (' .t wear and tear right down to I'of June, A. D. 1903 has filed Bald

that we are getting old. and it will store. certificates in my office and has made
rails from that point will be the wood. Besides Natural.
It. after sixty days' trial, this mat- Regular sessionson '! necessaryto ::
not be long before younger men will application for tax deed to issue 'In
repair the remainder of the rail
tress is not satisfactory return to
come to take our place." THE EAST COAST NAVYA 2nd and 4th fence. Jap.a.taccomes in twelve col i ior8. ;: accordance with law. Said eert1 -
dealer (if tick is clean) and have yourmoney Tuesdays in each :
: rates embrace the following deccrib-
He then passed on and Senator Allison -
As our superintendent C. C. Priest,
refunded. It is stain and varnish
i
turning to Mr. Foraker, said: big fleet of sternwheel rive month. Visiting a ed property situated in the town of
has been faithful and (0 efficient\ I .
MdVER & MacKAY Agtnts. "1 had not thought of that. but it is steamboats, lighters, barges dredge brothers cordially I cheerfully recommend that he be con- combined, and rejuvenates j Dunnellon Marion county, Florida.

tru- We are, indeed, setting ol.l, and ocean-goins tugs is gathered at invited. tinued for the 1906, at the salaryhe | to-wit: Lots 219, 261 366 807. in town
year
.md our term of service is near the Miami to work on the East Coast S. T. Sistrunk is "You Can DO the Work Youraelf." everything about the home.A | of Dunnellon, and ne!% of se% and
now receiving.The
MONTHSGUARANTEBI i end." Railway extent-ion. Exalted Ruler. nwVi of se<4, sec 35, tp If, r 18, e. The
.- 6 S S SIn David S. Williams Secretary, vegetables are good and are affording Full Stock of All Kinds ofJapaLac said land being assessed at the date
|. a bountiful supply; sweet potatoes
the drawing of seats in the NO CASE OF j II not harvested I of the issuance of such certificates hithe
as yet.Herewith
I
A, !ast hole No moredtrninf .
name of Unless
House the of Wadsworihof PNEUMONIA ON RECORDWe
if you buy today names I find appended financial I
New York and Rixey of Virginia SPECIALFOR statement for Xovember: said certificates shall be redeem

\c1prooPttusiRry 'amt together. This coincidence do not know of a single instance Superintendent, $35: regular hand, I ed according to law tax deed will 1s-

moved an onlooker to speak of the where a cough or cold resulted in I $12: extra help, $16.35: washing and t sue thereon en the 8th day of January .

All the popular colors. last time they came together."It pneumonia, or consumption when Fo- I ironing $5.50: cooking $s; T. W. For Sale in Ocala by I A. D. 1906.

For sold Men only;in Worsted.lots of i was in a debate! on the agricultural ley's Honey an.l Tar had IK--II taken.It Smith & Co., $3.93; ; Rheinauer & Co., !' Witness my official signature and

I' .' 6 pairs for ,6 pairs for Ji.jo. COMPANYSUCCESSORS D. 1905. S. T. Sistrunk.
MARION HARDWARE
'You know. Wadsworth is chairman do not takes chances with some unknown & MacKay, $3.20; Ocala FurnitureCo.
For Ladies; Egyptian Cotton six pairs I Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
f.>r .oo. A firatee sat with at that oommittee. Rixey was de- preparation which may contain ., $2.25:! ; A. G. Gates. SOc.: Tydings |

.ih: Ir'. noum-ing the committee vigorously opiates, which cause constipation, a & Co.. $7.15; Dr. A. L. Izlar, $1; Stan- TO HU BEARD & MACDUFFflcrnicoingTo .
'oa uu BY be.-au.se it had been promising for condition that retards recovery: from 10c. German Sweet Chocolate . .7c.I dard Lime Co.. $1.65; Dr. Kidd Co., NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

years to do something for Virginia a ("I,I.!. Ask for Fol.-y's) Honey and I !3 Packages Jelly Powder..25c. $3. Total. 12151. Tax Deed Under Section 8 or'ter

Ocala Fla ,and had not done it yet. Wadsworth Tar and refuse any substitute\ offered. I 15c. Can Best Tomatoes . . 11c. H. W. Long, Com. in Charge. 4888, Laws of Florida. j

M. FISH! EL tried to pour oil on the troubled wa Sold by th Postoffice! Drugstore.Go .... ,, Notice is hereby given that ;c-1L Mar
- -- - -- 10c. Can Early June Peas . . .5c. Upon motion the board thereupon
------ ters. 1 tin and J. D. Thagard. purchasers Of
I took up the election of a :; l
!! "'The gentleman from Virginia to Masters' and look in first ; 35c. Can Red Cherries, very fine. .30c ent for the poor farm uperintenJ-j Remodel ? f.i tax certificate No. 72, dated the .IUS

must remember.' said he, that Rome showcase in Shoe Department for full I I 15c. Can Seeman Bros. Succotash.12c.25c. 1906.) Whereupon Mr. Clarence c.1 'P day of April A. D. 1892, Have filed said

THE wasn't built in a day.' line Shoes.R. Can Cranberry Sauce..2Cc. certificate in my office, and hare made j
.. Drew-Selby High I Priest was re-elected as superintendI I If will: do i it with the intention of improving
'I know tt wasn't.' retorted nix!'}. 50, juu upon pre' application for tax deexfto issue-in accordance -
20c. Can Seeman Bros. Asparagus.15c. ent of the poor farm at the same !
'and if Romulus and Remus had beenon 'al-1 e ndidons. with law. Said certificate
25c. Lemon and Vanilla Extract. .20c. ary, viz: $35 per month.
the agricultural committee it D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK r- Our is to interest in our ability embraces the following described
Dorse Williams the pan you
15c. Jar Warfield Jam . .12c. was placed upon '''
wouldn't be built yet.: good property situated in Marion county
list at $3 month indefinitely. ,V ILV Pit and sanitary
pauper per to improve perfect your equip
"Wadsworth so enraged at the FULLER & BLALOCK 15c. Package Evaporated Apples. .10c., IIttJ.Y Florida, to-wit: Lot 6'block.. 6. Orange

laugh that followed that it took himtwo Y ment. Lake. The said land being assessed
20c. Mocha and Java Coffee, to get Upon motion the following resolution io""j.j ,,1
days:: to calm down." DENTAL SURGEONS \ We do bet one liid of work-the best... at the date of the issuance of such certificate -
S S STwenty you started . . . 25c.. offered by Mr. Long was unanimously '\; *
Eastern and the famous .s tamii* Ware, > in the name of. parties on-
The Great
years ago. "Private" John Offir Over Mnnroe & Chambliss' Bank Snapper Sauce, 25c. adopted: [ '..oJ'I. use e\'f'f'V : known. Unless said* certificate-,shall
Resolved.! That the thanks of this \
and Western Line Allen, a cheerful and versatile young II 'I piece of which is guaranteed by the mana- : be redeemed according to law; tax
OCALA FLA.
board are due and are heieby pivtnto
man from Tupelo Miss.. stood up in I I farr:rers to be strictly &st quality. Let's ;deed will issue thereon on the 89thi
Across the Entire States ol W. M. Gist. state fair commission- .tL
front of Sj-eaker John C;. Carlisle and I j\}\\ ;i day of December A D.' lJ05
Terms Cash. K. GROCERY for of Marion county and his effi<-itntcorps I < / 1-. talk: i: over. 'S'e have samples in our show !
took the oath of office as representative ? ",,( I Witness my official ,signature and -
of assistants, and t" the K tla
-
from the first Mississippi district I -.. :- room. seal this the th"day November
IEXA und a CLARK BROS. ,
? lUUlSIA Banner and Star, and to other j'ap'rsof ,
for the first time. Then he steppedover .. : A. D. 1905. S. T. Sistmnk,
the state, for their well! *- i ,
"
to the box at the right of truspeaker's > The "Cash Grocers. ( Clerk Circuit.Court Marlon Co. Fla.
forts in securing: a credit t1.l'! rxh-bit: i
NO TROUBLE TO ASSWKK
QCiiSTlU.SDirect
chair and dropped in a bill MillineryFashionable R. E. YONGE & CO.
Phone 174. of the various products and res.'urSjof I NOTICE OF
providing for the erection of a public ASSIGNME-
Line to in I
the county thereby securing '
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building at Tupelo. -- __ Notice is hereby given" that
; lease
!premiums the sum of $2700. plating --j ; -
NORTH TEXAS Years pass?.! on and Congress came : / M. Neely of OkjawahaFlorida '
Coal :Marion county where she belongs as has
'and went. But Private Allen continued. this day made.a: deed et
NEW MhXICC the banner county of the state, (overing assignment to
Seven times he stood in front !I the undersigned a/assignee
her people with a halo of commendable / under; the_
of the I speaker and swore to uphold AND UP-TO-DATE laws of Floridjrforjthe
ARIZONAand i benefit
Blacksmith. pride, and placing them in THE of the
I' the constitution. and each time he GLENWOODJ creditors of iAe :.said Jesse
position to fulfill their pledge that incase M. NeerrancMhe ;
dropped in the box that bill for the HATSFor Egg and CharcoalAT I the county received the premium creditersWe_ hereby can'
I public building at Tupelo. Fame and ed u>n.*> file withia .
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CALIFORNIA I fur the best collective county exhibit FORMERLY THE CENTRAL HOTEL, sworn *taieetal5i
I honor came to Private Allen, but no the Fall and I mentsj their #&Mt the said..
Winter Season art to pay back to the county treasury I
KtTK FOB NEW BOOK OF TEXAS. FBEtE. i public building reared its stately walls Now on Exhibition at Milliner : MclvF.R & )LCKAYFoley's :-, the $500 appropriated by this board to A first class family hotel. Choice' rooms and: the .ass.1dtors."r Within reside sixty (to) days. If atL di .
my
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the I In
ton vacant lots of Tupelo. this ,;.
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i ., ai.l in securing an exhibit from the best tab! in the city, Special rtesFJ..r' weekly or month}? In fOU!'.<4> state, 01" .wttf1J
P. TURNER I With wit and story argument and Parlors in the Ocala House. Call anc county. months If they M:1r.i.: .i., .:

I plea Private Allen strove for thismonument See Them. boarder* 2d ;/ k .- I yond the limit* of'thla state. if_-t.: ''; -
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General Passenger Agent' to the glory of his residential Honey and Tat -- / ': C enc4)J.uiti j : "i!<-

DALLAS, TEXAS I city but all in vain. Convinced MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK: torcblldrei&fciur6': No p tcs: (Concluded on Fourth. PsreV. MRS. IB i 'ftf': .1:05.: .- -; -

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1-_:EVENING-t STAR'T THE E FLORIDACONFERENCE[ [N E MUNRij &rCMBLISS I CUT T OFFSOME CASH i H.. H.ROBINSON BLITCH,, Manager President. G.J.J C., BLITCH BOOZER,,Teller.Assistant Manager.S. J. R. MARTIN & CO.


C. L BITTINGER & CO. _

Second Day's Proceedings-Dr. Pasco Congress Reduced Canal Appropriation

C. Li Blttlngtr and R. R. Carroll Elected Editor of the''AdvocateThe BANKERS From Sixteen to Eleven .'GENERAL LIVERYMENFine

Proprietors and Publishers.C. COMMERCIPBANK.
second session of the annual Millions ;!

I L BITTINGER, Conference for this sitting convenedat Washington Dec. 8.-An approprla- ,: I
9 a. m., today, Bishop Candler in Ocala Florida II Carriages, Boggles and Traps
V Editor and General Manager I tion of $11.000.000 was voted by the !!, OCALA FLORIDA I
V the chair. Rev. H. E. Partridge con-, 1 Drummers
I Gm lls. Saddle Horses
*, Ij j House yesterday toward the construction j + etc.FINE .
ducted the exercises.
opening
R. R. CARROLL, of the Panama canal. !, '

City Edits and Business Managtr were The read minutes and of adopted.The the previous. session The amount was a compromise be- ,;I[ i VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses
s tween the $16,500,000 carried by the::
minutes of the night meeting, LOANS. :JDEPOSITS.COKSERYiTISM. I Your Business with us will Protect you Against
bill and the estimate of somethingmore ,
held for the of honoring the '
WHIPPED THE WORLD memory of the purpose lamented Dr. Fulwoodwere than $6,000,000 recommended by Burglary, Fire and Careless Handling of Funds. and Mules for Sale. Horses -

also 1[. ACCOMMODATION,i Mr. Williams the democratic leader Boarded by the Month
has read and approved.The i at Special Rate.
Marlon county
reason to feel to carry on the work until the middleof
proud of the victory won at the State bishop took up the call of the i January.

Fair for the many premiums and blue twentieth question, and the names of | There was no Intention to delay the ; INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS SAFTY DEPOSIT YAULTS I J. R. MARTIN & CO.
brought home the preachers of the Tampa dlstr 't OYSTERS ARE IN SEASON I
ribbon but over none work, the only argument for cutting
and a portion of those of the Tallaihassee ,, -
of her exhibits should she feel more down the appropriation being that a

elated or exalted than that won in district were called and their The Elk's; Cafe, opposite the i closer scrutiny might be had of the

the display of pure bred cattle, in characters mitted on trial passed.in the Several traveling were con-ad- A, C L passenger depot, is now j estimate.
which contest she whipped the world, The bill was amended so as to direct -
for at this exhibit Marion put up nection, among them Rev. A. L. God- serving oysters in any style. The i i the president to require annual A

afalnst cattle which took first premiums ward. formerly of Tallahassee.Dr. only a la carte house in the city. reports from the canal construction GRAND'IIOLIDAY DISPLAYTHIS
II J. Cofee assistant editor of
at the World's Fair in St. Lou tho Strictly first-class in all respects. .' officers, covering all the details of the
Wesleyan Christian Advocate, At-
1Ji.; where the most
noted
breeders of work and restricting all expendituresto :
lanta, Ga.. was introduced to the Con G. R. TROXLERProp. j
earth made their display and the blue jI the money actually appropriatedby
I ference, and made a short address. I
ribbon and first prize winners there II I Congress, and to that received
Dr. W. C. Lindsay, pastor of the WOODMEN OF THE WORLD [:
were at Tampa, and
against these from the operation of the Panama
Presbyterian church of this city, also I

Varkm county of it, readers won outThink of the Star and Dr. Law, agent for the American Bible C. H. Dame, -of Ocala, district organizer I: railroad.The bond provision of the bill was HOLIDAY SEASON I have to offer to my friends by far the Largest,

Society for Alabama, Florida and
of the Woodmen of the Worldis
tock powers of Marion, that at the the point of attack.
Tampa Fair a Marion South Carolina, were introduced, the in our town and will organize a' and Best Selected Stock of Fine
county-raised I latter addressing the Conference In camp of choppers here Friday night Mr. Williams offered several unsuc- Goods ever offered to the people of
ahorthorn cow took the first prize cessful amendments, all seeking to
the interest of that society. Mr. Dame the for a'
over all comers! This is Indeed glory says prospects abolish the policy of Issuing bonds for .
The most important item of business large here are bright. He Central Florida in the lines mentioned below.
enough for one day, for It demonstrates camp very the canal work on the ground that )
: this morning was the election of is gentleman and
a pleasant a
very
that right here in old Marion already sufficient funds were available I
Norlands contiguous to Ocala was an editor for the Florida Christian man who will make friends and chop- ] in the treasury to meet the de- Come in and make
: selection while
raised a thoroughbred animal, in all" Advocate, the organ of this body. The pers wherever he may go.-Winter! mands of the canal work. : early your the stock is unbroken.
committee on publication placed In
Garden Ricochet.
the essentials of superior qualities !I With this bill out of the way and
nomination the names of three ministers I
that test, the best cow yet heralded to the committee ready to begin work on:
the world. Revs. J. B. Ley, Frederick HEART FLUTTERING I several thousand bills that have been
Pasco and H. E. Partridge. Dr. Pasco Jewelry and Diamonds Hollow and Flat WareThe
This animal was none other than introduced since the House began: its
was elected. Undigested food and in the !
the cow "Angeline brought to ma- I gas session! adjournment was taken until -
turity at the Palmetto Stock Farms, Rev. Norwood of the Cuban missionat stomach, located just below the heart, Monday. I I have a magnificent line of solid gold jewelry in housekeeper:; or those selecting gifts for friends'
Tampa preached at 3:30
I m.
p. against it and causes heart
of the which proprietors Messrs., and Chambliss who have& Co.,done are I, The Hoard of Missions holds its an- palpitation.presses When your heart troub- !(' COUGHING SPELL CAUSED DEATH pins, rings, emblems, brooches, chains, necklaces, bracelets homes, should see my handsome stock of quadruple plate

than other i niversary this evening ReJ.. E. les you in that way take Herbine for lockets etc. The newest in style and design and a and solid silver table
more any men in the state Dickey, D. D.. president of Emory ;' "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years, : ware of all kinds. As good as can
a few days. You will soon be all

Is to the demonstrate equal of all that the Marion lands county of the I', College dress.: Oxford, Ga., making the a- right. 50c. a bottle. For sale by alii morning choked at to his death home,early in the yesterday presenceof splendid stock of high grade diamonds.Sterling be had and amply warranted.Handsome.

United States for raising the best cat druggists.The! I his wife and child. He contracteda

tle that can be shown anywhere. I I slight cold a few days ago and paid
That our readers know the im- CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED following were elected officers I
may :F but little attention to it. Yesterday
portance of this contest we give the !I With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as of the Turpentine Operators' Association I j morning he was seized with a fit of SilverWe China

prises won by the thoroughbred oat- I I they cannot reach the seat of the disease in session in Jacksonville !II I coughing which centinued for some

tie exhibited by Messrs. Chambliss & ,, Catarrh is a blood or constitutional Wednesday and Thursday: President
the of
t time. His wife sent for a physicianbut carry most complete stock sterling silver The
Co. at the State Fair. Of the twelve I 1; disease, and in order to cure it A. D. Covington; vice president, W. J'i( before he could arrive, another most exquisite china in town is on display in my

animals shown nine won first prizes, you must take internal remedies. Hillman; secretary, J. A. HolloTion; coughing spell came on and Duckwe'.l novelties for the ladies' dresser: or table and many little

and three second prizes. Here is the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- treasurer, R. M. Sasnatt. Executive died from suffocation. Louis articles for gifts for all of your friends and relatives. Our store. Many[ entirely original designs, unequaled in
I'. and acts committee, A. D. Covington. W. .
official record: nally directly on the blood J.j i Globe Democrat, Dec. 1st, 1901:"
Shorthorns by Classes I.and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Hillman. T. C. Hall W. M. Toomer,!I Ballard's Horehound Syrup would '!comb and brush sets: are unusually handsome.i beauty of finish.
Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was I A. P. Miloy.! W. B. Conoley J. A.j i j
Bull one year old and under two I have saved him. 25c. SOc. and $1 at
: prescribed by one of the best physicians Hcllomon, D. R. Edwards and R. M.
Lads Marshal 1st. (I all druggists. j
in this country for :years and is i I i I Sasnatt. i
Bull one year old and under I I i j I Cut Glass Edison .
Director 2nd. two'l a regular prescription. It is composedof I' THE JIM CROW LAW Phonograph
the best tonics known, combined For the benefit of many who cannot I I
Bull under one year old Geraldine's Judge Call has declared Jackson
I i I with the best blood purifiers, acting get out through these short days, our i The of all table ornaments cut be A: good stock of Edison Phonographs from $10 to
Victor 1st. I I I ville's Jim Crow law to be valid and prettiest glass: can $50
store is until 9
[directly on the mucous surfaces. The open every night
Bull under one year old Defender, perfect combination of the two ingre- o'clock. The Ocala Bazar, Home of: the colored people have appealed to ; found here.ny: article desired and in all of the pretty each, with over four hundred different records in stock to "-

2nd.Cow I dients is what produces such won- Santa Claus. : the supreme court. ,
three years old'and over 1 i, designs.i select from,
derful results in curing Catarrh. Send 1I
Dutch Geraldine 1st. I I CURED PARALYSISW. i
for testimonials free.F. ,
Cow three years old and over Ger F. Ball, of P. O. True, Texas!,
.
J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
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aldine. 2nd. Toledo Ohio. COMING writes: "My wife had been suffering Watches and Clocks Miscellaneous
Cow one old and under ;
year two
I Sold by druggists, price 75c. TakeHall's ii i five years with paralysis in her arm,j
I
Afigellne, 1st i I when I was persuaded to use Ballard's
I Family Pills for constipation.The stock of watches solid and filled silver : carving sets in different and
Cow under one year old Annie MARION OPERA HOUSE! Snow Liniment, which cured her all My gold Elegant many patterns

Munroe Beat ,and 1st largest individual collection I unveiling of the monument to THURSDAY, DEC. J2 :I frostbites right. I have and skin also eruptions.used it for It sores does, nickle and gun metal, surpasses anything in town. Ladies I half a dozen grades.: The famous Universal Coffee Percolator

the Pennsylvania soldiers who fell In Ij and Gentlemen's sizes faces and made of aluminum ( not withit.
of try one
shorthorns 1st. j the work. Sold by all druggists. open or hunting cases, you will part
the chil war, occurred Thursday at I
ing Championships-all: breeds compet- Andersonville, Ga. The ceremonieswere I' GREAT BARLOWMINSTRELS ; $230 JACKSONVILLE and RETURNVia i any price you want, but all guaranteed. A: good line of .) Fine umbrellas, fountain and gold pens, ladies' purses

Best collection Florida raised short- attended by Governor Penny- clocks in several grades.: and chatelaine bags: etc., etc.
horns. packer of Pennsylvania, who receivedthe the Seaboard AirLine. Ticketson
monument for the state and sale December 12, limited to December -
Best pair, bull and heifer, under two pre-
i 15. Seaboard has quickest .
sented it to the United States. -
years old, shorthorn.

Best cow-Angeline, Florida raised. The J. A. COBURN, Owner and Manager. time parlor cafe cars. If you cannot call, write me your wants and your order will have careful attention.
Drew-Selby Goods shown by ,

"Testerday the Star spoke of the return Masters are of all sizes and the pricesrun EVERYTHING NEW THIS SEASON i DYING OF FAMINEIs
from $2 to $4. in its torments, like dying of con-
of J. C. Wheeler, representingthe ,
International Harvester Companyfor II,I' sumption. The progress of consump- BURNETT THE JEWELER
The largest school tion, from the to the lE. :
South Florida, where his knowledge -I line of and cor- The BEAUTIFUL PATRIOTICENSEMBLE beginning very
of farming Implements and respondence tablets at the AntiMonopoly : I! end, is a long torture, both to victim ,
Drugstore. and friends. "When I had
ir-I consump-
rigating plants and his straight

ward methods have made him a "The>; Admiral's JnbilBB"I : tion in its first stage" writes Wm. _______c ___u__
Watercress, the famous stallion Myers of Cearfoss, Md., "after trying
of friends and many sales of his
was auctioned in New York Wednes- I different medicines and doctor
good -
a
The in and
Latest
goods He Is back from the State Song Story.
.day for 71,000 to J. B. Haggin. in vain I at last took Dr. King's
Fair at Tampa, and feels prouder than Realistic Presen-1
Interesting New Discovery, which quickly and
ajftacojck-on a Moy morning, because {
for the nine entries made he securedfor MISCALLED "HAIR TONICS" tation of Life Aboard an {t permanently cured me." Prompt relief RARE BARGAINS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS !

his company nine first prizes, diplomas AMERICAN MAN- | and sure cure for coughs, colds, '
Most Hair Preparations Are Merely I sore throat, bronchitis, etc. Positively -
and blue ribbons. This is 0-WAR. j
I Scalp Irritants, of No Value II I prevents pneumonia. Guaranteedat
what the Star would call a sweepstake -
Most hair preparations are merely I the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price
sure and one worthy of the
35 WHITE ARTISTS 35 50c. and bottle. Trial bottle free. ,
man and the goods displayed. It's scalp irritants, miscalled hair tonics. $1 a r

"howdy" to everyone J. C. meets. When hair is brittle, lustretess and I

begins to fall out, the dandruff germis EVERY PHOMISE FULFILLED i The Jacksonville and Southwestern
4 Railroad extension has reached the
Bishop Candler, Dr Frederick Pasco I getting in its deadly work at the :
and Mr. Love, members of the "K. A.' I root, sapping the vitality. Since scalene New Singers, New Comedians'j Suwannee river and is forging ahead The Largest Stock to Select from and the Best House in Floridaf'to' !Get
for Pt'rrwhich it is expected to
discovered that dandruff is
| a
College Fraternity, are attending the I( New Songs, New Jokes, :
Conference. Messrs. L. W Duval, T.j germ disease there has been only one New Stories, New Novelties, reach in a few months. This road Beautiful Presents for the Home.
will new timber and farm-
a
R. Gary and Will Pelot of Ocala [ preparation put on the market that open up
I; New and i ing section it traverses Lafayetteand
also members of the fraternity. Avery I will actually destroy the dandruff Specialties i as

the bishop pleasant In Incident connection happened with this to I I I germ It quickly and that reduces is Newbro's scalp fever Herpicide., destroys Exclusive Vaudeville Features. I lI,I tle of Taylor the locomotive counties where has never the whis-been: Mclver & MacKay can :show: those: just beginning to keep home, those wishing more furniture for the home or those

college fraternity matter when reminded -i the germ; and the falling hair NOT ONE OBJECTIONABLE FEATURE !! heard.A seeking handsome and useful Christmas: gifts for friend or relative, for either sex or any age, a handsomer line of household -

by Mr. Gary that in 1876 a i stops, and hair grows luxuriantly. Ask I I Ii I CERTAIN CURE FOR CROUP furnishings than any store in Florida. Special attention i is: directed to the below mentioned articles, which comprise .
convention of these college societieswas your druggist for Herpicide. It allays

held In Richmond. Va., and that I itching instantly, aid permits the hairto Daily Street Parade and !, When a child shows symptoms of only a few .of the leading ones, in a stock that covers, in store and warehouses: :; several acres, and is so vast

Bishop Candler and a Mr. Bell were Sold grow. Concert at 2 p. m. Seats croup there is no time to experimentwith and varied as to be indescribable: in this space. Kemember. that if the goods: herein mentioned seem of an expensiveclass
delegates to the said gathering, representing by leading druggists. Send lOc. i new remedies, no matter how

Oxford College, Ga., and to I in stamps for sample to the Herpicide on Sale at Ocala News Co. ;,, highly they may be recommended.There :; that we have a great abundance of others in all of the furniture and housefurnishing: lines: in low and medium

which Mr. Gary was also a delegate Co.. Detroit, Mich. Tydings & Co., is one preparation that can always -
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from Richmond Va. On this occasion I I special agents Ocala, Fla. Prices, 50c, 75c and $1. \ii be depended upon. It has beenin priced goods.:

the Oxford boys won the honors !) I use for many years and has never

and prizes at the convention by readIng I -- -- :been known to fail, viz: Chamberlain's
the best essays. A part of the ;I I Cough Remedy. Mr. M. F. Comptonof FOR THE PARLOR FOR THE HALL

enjoyment of that gathering was a Market, Texas, says of it, "I have
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trip by boat to Baltimore, in which HOLIDAY DRESS i used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in Beautiful rugs and art squares, willow, oak, mahogany and leather The most beautiful hall racks in mahogany and oak, ever seen

some 75 of the_ delegates participated.Of I severe cases of croup with my chil- chairs settees and rockers; magnificent pictures, lace and portiere in Ocala. Portiere curtains, rugs, couches, hanging lamps, stands,
the when remindedof : I dren, and can truthfully say it always -
course bishop You Should Visit I curtains, lamps, center tables, etc., etc pictures, screens, mattings, etc.
For sale the
this event, readily recalled the i I I gives prompt relief. by

same, and was more than pleased to I Postoffice Drugstore.

meet an old "K. A." College Fratern- ROOM FOR THE BED ROOM
FOR THE DINING
ity member. THE NEW RACKET.Oca Ten persons were killed and eleven

I I trainmen and passengers were injured The largest and best line of iron and brass beds in the state to

) The funeral services at the Methodist la's Cheapest Store i in a wreck on the Union Pacific The most beautiful dining tables and chairs of oak or mahogany, select from. :Magnificent suits in solid oak, 'mahogany and birdseye
church last night In memory of '| Railroad, Thursday near Rock
the late Rev. C. A. Fulwood drew a I II Springs, Wyoming. The wreck was handsome big rugs, appropriate pictures, side boards, china closets. maple: odd dressers and stands in each of these woods. Easy chairs,

crowded house. Bishop Candler pronounced t Old Santa Claus Headquarters; The Toy Land of Ocala;| caused bj a freight running into the the latter ranging in price from $2; to -$150. Exquisite china: in couches, toilet sets, curtains, screens, mattresses, comforts, sheets,

'Impressive the address eulogy., and It dealt was a largely most i'I, The Wonder of the Twentieth Century; The Talk of I oassengiT the engineer train.: or The the blame former is placedon train fancy pieces or dinner sets, from $6 to 585 in Haviland china. blankets, wardrobes, etc. .

with the life of the deceased in the ,I Everybody. Presents Suuitable for all Ages I who was ordered to wait ontrains the sid

-ministry and his consecration to the : and Classes ing until four passenger passed. FOR THE LIBRARY FOR THE CHILDREN
work. The bishop said that Dr. Ful- i _

wood in the address of the morning., I .'"...O-A- .. THE SEASON OF INDIGESTIONThe sections little and for both the children
'c ? -0- The Globe-Wernicke sectional book cases, as many as Pretty wagons, go-carts carriages
ere he was stricken down, pronounc-
ed his own eulogy, and that he could I season of indigestion is upon us. you wish and several different styles. Pretty desks and combination and their dolls; hobby horses, etc.
= THE BROADWAY MILLINERY STORENEXT
add nothing to it. It was a very solemn I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for Indigestionand FOR THE TRAVELERtables
desks! and book cases in oak and mahogany for the ladieslibrary;
occasion and the bishop's feelIng ; ( DOOR) dyspepsia will do everything for
was BO deep that he spoke with' the stomach that an over-loaded over- in mahogany and golden oak, morris chairs, pictures, rugs, The finest line of suit cases, valises, grips and trunks of all

great effort, and his voice was so low Has on Her Holiday Dress. Ths Greatest Line of l"p.to.1 worked stomach cannot do for itself.! moker's stands etc. makes, styles, prices and finish, at exceedingly low prices.
that those In the heard very Kodol what eat-gives the
annex i digests you
date Hats and Caps to be found in Ocala. It Will I
of death
little, though the stillness ; stomach a rest-relie\'es sour stomach -

prevailed throughout his address. The Pay You to Visit the New Racket and The belching heartburn, indigestion, FOR THE OFFICE FOR THE KITCHENHandsome

Conference began Its usual work this I etc. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug- ,
morning.It i Broadway Millinery Store. store. flat or roll top desks, in several sizes and grades. OfSto'es and ranges of all sizes and grades, with all the features.

I I fice chairs and tables, waste paper baskets, lamps, etc. Linoleum for the floors, refrgerators and ice boxes.
Is gratifying to note that H. A. The Naval Stores Export Company'

McI zchern. one of the most influen- I,cf Jacksonville has decided to increase'

tial turpentine operators at Jacksonville I its capital, stock to $2,000.000. i MISCELLANEOUSVenice
who has been'at death's door

for several weeks Is over the crisis, IJ FOR CRACKED HANDS :Martin, the famous gold furniture, m tables and pedestal I assortment of picture frame mouldiogs. A pretty line of china and
J
and entertained for his rettivery. odolDyspepsia
hopes are Rough skin and cracked hands are beautifully hand painted. The first ever shown in Ocala. Elp.glass; novelties to be closed out below cost. Mirrors of all sizes,
lie Is a grand and good citizen i
and a brother of Mrs. Robert McDonald not only cured by DrWitt's Witch Hazel gant hand embroidered Japanese:: screens, lace, portiere and silk tapesi i hat racks baskets of all kinds, foot stools, staple glass and crockery
Salve but an occasional applica-
.- whose husband is a successful curtains. We have established flower HARNESS, SADDLES LAPa
I tion will keep the skin soft and try : just an art department and have l f ware, jardinieres, pots, etc. ,

operator- east of Anthony. smooth. Best for Eczema. Cuts, Burns. most exquisite line of etchings and oil paintings, with an endless !! ROBES, BUGGIES : sewing machines, etc., etc.

Boils, etc. The genuine DeWitt's I }
The Stared a' pleasant call this'
Witch Hazel Salve affords! immediate
morning from Rev. Tom Cooper of
Chlefland. Levy county, who Is doing) I relief In all forms of Blind, Bleeding Call on or write to us and we can supply your wants. We :ship goods to all parts of Florida. Our prices and goods .
Itching and Protruding Piles. Sold by
splendid
ritory. He missionary_ U attending work Conference.in his ter'f fIfe Cure the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.We are fully guaranteed. We respectfully ask: for a share of your business.

; came la last night an&. Is the guest''
of Mr. and Mrs D. A. Miller He said have just received the largest Yours for more business,

that timber and turpentlne\ assortment of blank books that we
nterests
Qires rest to th
% tomach. Cures indigestion,dyspepsia sour stomach
,
have shown. Bought from the
of Levy were booming. The"Oomer ever
Lumber Company Jacksonville e tired stomach, weSs stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nerroui manufacturers and the prices are

large turpentine men In his section' Stomach and catarrhfbmie stomach. A guaranteed cure. right. The PostofSce Drugstore.A I M'liZER & MKCKHY

!1pand have 600 men at work._ Ifes., t. N.y' o tlMaf y_ut r
1 {? ?& b sbr a plrsar pretty line of diamonds, the fin-
James Dicker1 of Emory College. I{+ eater shoaat 1" Oealo, will be herein \
'Ga,,Is_at the C ,1 _JoUSe. 1 SOLD BY THE ANTl-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, OCALA,FLA. aftflays.. Ocala Muslc.C0mpany.L. OCR-TLSrlFLORID-: : : : .
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OCALA OCCURRENCESWoodmen K. OF P. OFFICERSThe WODMEN, ATTENTION

COME AND SEE CAPITAL
Ocala Knights of Pythias, at Officers Jo be elected at the meet- 50000. "

meet tonight their last meeting, elected the follow- t Ing of Fort King Camp this evening, >-1

ing officers for the ensuing term: W. --OUR LIXE QFComforts and it is the duty of every member President, T. T. MUNROE.

Elk meet rfueiaay jevenlng. S. Durst chancellor commander; C. .i I who can go to be present. At Yonge's Vice President, Z. C. CHAMBLJS3. j I" 'T<; ..
L. Sistrunk, vice chancellor; J. G. <: i Hall at eight o'clock. -

Just in, 15 styles Drew-Selby Shoes,i Ferguson prelate; T. J. Owen, mas- i Blankets[ Sweaters I Cashier GEO. H. FORD.: I -.. ..

at Masters. ter of work; Jake Brown, master of FRUITS, CANDIES AND NUTS Assistant Cashier, J. B. BROOKS.CENTRAL .
,
I arms; R. E. Yonge, inside guard; C. '! For choice, fresh fruits of all kinds, I

Ever Rudy Batteries. The Yon;. I L. Moore, outside guard; W. W. Cly- Ladies' and Children'sCoats candies, nuts, cigars, tobacco, etc.. call j

*. Clin. Co. ,att master of exchequer: ; W. L. Jew- on John Tubel, in the Montezuma

ett master of finance; C. K. Sage, block.

Dr. Veal of Cotton Plant was In the keeper of records and seal; J. G. Fer- NATIONAL BANK

city today. guson, T. E Biggs, T. J. Owen representatives COOK WANTS POSITIONA ,
o -
to Grand Lodge; Baxter
good cook wishes a position at
Just in, 15 styles Drew-Selby Shoes,! Carn. W. L. Jewett, \V. J. Chambers,
.\ Full Line of once. Address or apply to Janie Font-
at Masters.Dr. alternates; Jake Brown W. J. Cham-
royal 64 South Magnolia street city. OF OCALA.
bers, W. L. Jewett, trustees. .
->.
E. G. Und r, of Anthony, Is at UNDERWEARFor .
WON A PRIZE
the Ocala House. MAKING MORE ROOM
J.
K.
I Little Miss i Theo Wallis, eight years CHRISTIAN GEORGE MACKAT.T. .

Gillette Safety Razors sold by the The Ocala Music Company have Everybody. f I of age daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r.i DIRECTORS: T. MTJXROU R. I* ANDERSON.

Poatofflce Drugstore. i|1 i Let'n"ery< busy for several days, fitting ;i H Wallis, was agreeably surprisedthis R. S. HALL Z. C. CHAMBLISfll

II I up shelves in the rear room of morning to receive from the
HERBERT '
Miss Maggie Eagleton returned today their store and in building tables on HELVEN8TON.P A8TEUR COMPANY treasurer o' the Tampa Fair a check A. FORD.

from Weir Park. which to store and display their immense for $2 for the best sofa pillow, which ,.
i she made entirely by herself.
stock of holiday goods. These
m
The best line of tablets, etc., at the goods will surpass in beauty anythingthat i .

Deal News Company. I has ever been shown in Ocalain > FURNISHED ROOM I IRONING MADE EASY
II TO RENT WEATHER FORECAST TOY
I point of novelty and variety. Their 'i iI,I I J. A. Pittman & Son are sole agents TALK a m

The Conference meeting was well china and cut glass is a revelationand Apply to Chas. K. Sage, 44 South Washington, Dec. 8.-Rain tonightand I in Marion county for the smoothing.

attended this morning. I their Japanese goods in china, | Second St., east. Saturday.All iron heater; heats eight irons at a .

basket: work, carved work and metals ,; i I time. N'o trouble or expense to keep

W. G. Tate, of White Springs, Is a I screens, etc., is something well worth'i': i Go to Masters' and look in first the latest styles in iron beds at |' them hot. Call and see them. They It's nearing the time when you were thinking of buying

guest at the Ocala House. I seeing. The cut glass articles, coy showcase in Shoe Department for full prices that are low. Ocala Furniture cost little money and are an indls-

erect with sterling silver tracings is anew : |line Drew-Selby High Shoes. Company. pensable commodity in a home. If not
Still at the top-Nunnally's Candies thing and exceedingly pretty. found perfectly satisfactory your

Poatofflce Drugstore. I Their will : : will be refunded. CHRISTMAS GIFTS
I grand opening take place Eye strained If neglected may leadto FOR REXT-Comfortable rooms In money

i I iln a few days. I total loss of eyesight. Call and : pleasant locality, with or without i Mrs. Hays, of the Witness flat, has

A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler, can sup- I i have Dr. D. M. Boney examine them. board. For address, inquire at the returned from her visit to Tampa Z
ply your every want In jewelry I
men Office{ stairs Star office.
i f up Gary building.If where she was the guest of her
fI I ministers of the Conference is': I granddaughter, Mrs. Homer Rogers, '' Your will further in store than
See my stock of cut glass before Dr.. Josephu-s Anderson of Lc-esburg, I money go our in any other place in Ocala. We have---- -l'
; you are going to put down matting Meet me after supper at the Ocala nee Miss Cora Duggan who promoted ,,
you buy elsewhere. A. E. Burnett. j former editor of the !' : the line of
Christian Advocate in Central
largest HOLIDAY GOODS Florida.
; would like
we to show you whatwe Bazar, Home of Santa Claus. Mrs. Hays to a great grandmothership vj
the Methodist organ. | ( have in that line. Ocala Furniture during her visit, a thirteen-pound
Hardwater Soap, the best in the : I I !:!
market, at the Postoffice Drugstore. Mrs. N. Company.Fine A beautiful line of fine china In the'most '; boy arriving to be a pronto Homer's I j!
W. Meadows, a devoted '
( I old age. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE
,, Christian and a lo'alIf'thodist, i exquisite patterns at A. E. Bur-I!I I I LOWEST :
nt1 .
Matters has the swellest line of La Anthony, is attending the Conference, I Dimity Fabric Linen Paper' in nett's. !I I Rev. T. J. Nixon, pastor!' of the:

dies' High Shoes ever shown in Ocala. and is the guest of Mrs. Joseph Shu- pound packages, at the Anti-Monopoly i Methodist church at Gainesville, with Because WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY.

I II I, .rd. Drugstore. The biggest line of Holiday Goodswe i I I his 'harming daughter, Louise! is at- '' : .
!
Mrs. J. J. Williams of Homosassa' i ever carried. Inspect them underour tending the Conference. They are ,
came up this morning on a shopping Mrs. T. J. Owen left yesterday for,; Bring the children or send the children searchlights. Open nights until 9 I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George;I In Our Line You Will Find the Following in all Branches:. -

tour. I II Miami, to spend Ievt'ralH'ks: with to see Old Santa Claus at the o'clock. The Ocala Bazar, Home of,i Taylor.i Mr. Nixon was a former pastor i,

I Mrs. Godson and her charming Ocala Bazar. Santa Claus.High j i of the Methodist church in this

The Ocala HOuse had thirty-eight daughter, Miss Mabel. 'I city, and has many friends here who
I are pleased to see him again. I DOLLS': DOLLSDOLLS TOY FURNITURE HORN .
arrivals for yesterday and the day I, HORNS, ..

before. I G. C. Crom, Ocala's efficient postmaster --I II The Star had a pleasant call this i''MECHANICAL' TOYS, TOY STOVES TIN HORNS
________ ,
.
; with his family, is now occupying ,
morning from RE'V'. F. Allen, who 1
All kinds of office supplies!' in our I the Episcopal rectory on Okla- Grade, Reasonable i Is attending Conference from Titus- STEAM TOYS, TOY ACCORDEONS, IRON BANKS, -

stationery Drugstore. department. The Postoffice,i waha avenue. II i I I ville. Mr. Allen is a great admirer of: TIN TOYS, TOY MUSIC BOXES, TIN BANKS, .

j iI I II I Sam II. Christian, the up-to-date : Priced Millinery at one Rev.of Josephus the most Anderson profound,of erudite Leesburg and, IRON TOYS, TOY PIANOS, COMICAL BANKS,

Tom Smith of hardware fame has' farmer on the Fakes place, shot aj: powerful preachers of the Conference, FRICTION TOYS TOY TRUNKS MUSICAL ALBUMS
a turnip proposition to submit, if In- white! very ,
quail yesterday. This is a : and hopes to hear him preach during:

tervlewed. I II[, rare bird, and one not often seen in II' G. A. Nash's. Conference meeting. WOODEN TOYS: TOY DRUMS, DOLL CARRIAGES,

Try French Rose Violet Extract, the I la flock. F. P. Gadson, of the Ocala Bazar ANIMAL'' TOYS, TOY TEA SETS, ABBUMS, (all kinds)

I I has a really, truly Santa Claus at his .
popular perfume, at the ,
Anti-Monop-I j Mrs. J. C. Barsden and daughter ,
1 'tetore which the children of Ocala:
oly Drugstore. and Mr. and Mrs. E.1.. Hl! x-kett I

Col. R.-A. Burford returned this afternoon j,j i Live the Oak Conference.came in last night< to attend r.fj- I.| We receive the celebrated Gage hat, also best are There calling is a Santa to see Claus in large letter numbers.box In WITHOUT A DOUBT WE HAVE THE LARGEST LINE OF DOLLS IN THE STATE. WE HAVE

from attending court at | make of pattern hats weekly.) Always something the store, too, in which the childrenare
I placing a big batch of letters every -,
Gainesville. i I Messrs. R. L. Barnes of Etna and
to look
I IH ncw at. day in which they write to Santa I I TALKING DOLLS, KID DOLLS,
; I... Hough of Dunnellon were at the 'I ..
Claus and tell him of their Christmas -
Electric house wiring. Guaranteed Montezuma last night, having Just returned I, SLEEPING DOLLS, WHITE DOLLS, CLOTH DOLLS,
: wants. | ...
material and workmanship. The Yonge j from Jacksonville, where they

A Cline Co. I Ii| atteneded the turpentine operators I Don't forget the place. I Dr. John Halton of Muncie, Ind., arrived BREAKABLE DOLLS, JUMPING DOLLS, BISQUE DOLLS, ,.1

i i convention. today on his way to Sarasota,
I UNBREAKABLE DOLLS, JOINTED DOLLS, DRESSED DOLLS
Mr. Rogers of the Express Company i where he is erecting a 30-room con- ;
G. A. Nash's
Red Front Store
went to Tampa this afternoon i'' The Weekly Star this week Is sixteen crete building for a first class sani- BLACK DOLLS, RUBBER DOLLS, UNDRESSED DOLLS.

on business. j pages and as full as it can be of I tarium which he hopes to open February :'!.
Ii i!I good things. It had to be issued in t South Side of Square. I 1. The doctor is a pleasant gentleman -

The finest, best made and prettiest t j two sections, one of which was mailed I I I to meet, and has the honor of
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patterns in carving sets, from $5 up, : Thursday and the other this morning. being a son-in-law of Mrs. Swain,

at A. E. Burnett's.Go I Mrs. Emma White of Citra, mother i Muncie formerly, Ind.Special of. Anthony, but now of OUR DOLLS RANGE IN PRICE FROM 1c TO 14.48

to the Ocala News Company and I1 i of Mr. C. W. White of New York and Nice J Meals I services will be held at the

gat best your grade dolls goods., toys and fireworks. All':, the widow of a deceased Methodist i' Methodist church this evening to cel- Now is the Time to Put in a Supply for the Little Ones. Do

minister has attended more Conferences Nice Service ebrate the anniversary of the Boardof
I j in Florida than any woman | Missions. .
Join the Kodak Correspondence! dead or alive, and is deeply Interested i( ', Not Fail to See Our Line Before Buying Elsewhere.
School. See Gerig about It, at the Ed Carmichael returned this morn-
as a spectator at the session now in 1 j jI
Postoffice Drugstore. Nice Place.AT !, ing from a business visit to Jackson-
I progress. She is a guest of the Mon- ;
>: ville. He said that city is full of turpentine -

Th. Drew-Selby Goods shown by''| tezuma. I: men attending the conven-

Masters are of all sizes, and the prices : W. O. Brewer, one of the coming'ynung ,; tion. THE VARIETY STORE

run from $2 to $4. men Williston, was in town, THE NEW IDEA RESTAURANT |I Among those who have been appointed -

,j I today and took creature comforts at: I to serve on important comImittees -
Call at the greenhouse for chrysanthemums -, the Montezuma.Mr. at the turpentine operators
-they are now in bloom; also I | convention now in session in Jacksonville .

roses and carnations. I I' in All are E. P. Thagard and T. ,I OOALA FLA.
Wm. E. Oysters
Tonner of
Steubenville. Styles
_________ ___. C. Hall, so well known in Ocala. i ,
Ohio, of the
one orange grove owners
I m
S. G. Curry of Manatee, a lay delegate : "
of Citra, has arrived there to spend ;, | The Co-operative Turpentine Association -:
: ; i I
to the Conference, made the Star
AFTER-THEATER SUPPERS A SPECIALTY |
the} winter. I I[ i i meeting in Jacksonville is a j STENOGRAPHER WANTS WORK
1 I
a pleasant call today.
I II great succes. Some five hundred are
I HARRY STALLBERG FOR SALE
!
Proprietor. in attendance. Those who the
gave
Wednesday night there were forty'' Rev. Williams, pastor of the St. Petersburg \ : Any one needing an experiencedand I
I h
i Methodist church, arrived visitors a royal welcome are Mayor'Nolan thoroughly competent lady stenographer
-
tourist on the A. C. L.i
train for passengers St. Petersburg. this afternoon to attend Conference, ;:I Phone, 223. I II I\ : for the city; Editor-In-chief;.i and typewriter, can communicate ....By....

I and is a guest of Mr. and Mrs.!' U. U. u _ _u _u __ __ I JGeo. W. Wilson, for the board of trade i iI ,j with one through this of-
I j land the Jacksonville press. iI [
There is nothing in the furniture Can oil. o-o-o-o-o-o-()- o-o-o-o--o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o !I i fice.
I I J. A. Whittington of Flemington !| Ditto and
line too good for you. We have it.i II I v it I I EVSaloney.
Mr. Roy C. Butler of New Castle I went down to Hernando this afternoon AN EMERGENCY MEDICINEFor
Ocala Furniture I
Company. II
'
Ind.. is in the city, setting up the A MECCA I I 1 to visit his brother, R. J. Whit-
0
Miss Jary Wartmann of Citra his (Banner's new typesetting! machine, : I i' tlnA"ton He will return Monday and'' sprains, bruises, burns, scalds I
I
II HOMES FARMS AND
returned home otter a visit; to Miss which h.> will operate He is a pleasant ,, FOR THE
LuU M..llulI.Taml'TrltJUne.. young gentleman, and well versed : ? l i J. C. howell of Sarasota came uplI I so good as Chamberlain's Pain Balm.

I 1 in his__business.____!________ !j iI i t I 0 I: today and will spend a few days onM II| It soothes the wound and not only 1. Good 2 story, 8 room house. Splendid porches, yard (-4
We can suit you in either box ori| i I HOLIDAY SHOPPER 0 1 his old stamping ground around An-I I j *gives instant relief from pain, but I acre. Near High school. A big bargain.1300
The city jail held forty convicts a I II causes the parts to heal in about one-t
tablet ,
paper, both as to quality andprice. o I I! thony shooting quail. I
of last i No. 2 Six room cottage and 20 acres of good land with some fine
The Postoffice part iiiijht. Thirty-two came I I !' third the time required by the usual
Drugstore. '
Mrs. C. C. Waites of Lake ;:
Orange
up from Dunnellon. and eight from o __=__=__ J'I I treatment. Sold by the Postoffice i peach trees. Only a mile and a half from town. Price .$500
came in this afternoon and is the
Colonel Shipman of the MontezumaHotel the Marion Farm They left at 2 a. ; 0 I II I I; guest of her meceIrs.. T. D. Bryan, I, Drugstore. No. 3. Splendid 8 room house, new roof, newly painted, etc, Large

should feel proud of his list of in., for Waterloo, where the East I Our store is a veritable "SHOPPER'SIECCA: ," I II I and will attend the Conference. i iI j yard running through entire block. South Third street,.2nd

arrivals 190 for the past week. ("oast Lumber Company operates m/ I Edison phonographs, from $10 to I! Mr. S. AV. Petteway of Dunnellonwas ward. See this. Price._________________-__ ......$1800
biff plant. At Baldwin, the Tallahassie I and our line of JEWELRY, WATCHES, DIAMONDS.: I '' in town for a few hours Mondayto I
train having no orders to I II j$30 each, with over 400 different records -I' No. 4. Nicest small house in city. Known as Colby house in 1St
Mrs. J. C. Balsden and daughter arrived pick see about buying a piece of -
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last night to attend Conference, them up. left them stranded, hungryand I CLOCKS, HRIC-A-HRAC, CHINA, CUT GLASS, I .. to select from, at A. E. Bur- I j. upon which to build a nice property home ward, near in. This house is a beauty and will sell quick at

and are guests of the Montezuma. sniveling. b JAPANESE GOODS, HOLIDAY BOOKS, MUSIC nett's.Perry. for his famllIr.. Petteway is I the low price of--------------------------------- $1800No.

I I AND :MUSICAL ; I Krasnoff the North Magnolia "muchly struck" with our little' city, I 5. Splendid farm containing 120 acres best land. Some. good
:
INSTRUMENTS t
1 STATUARY
Messrs. Shelly and Twigs Allen, two Miss L. I.. Brumby, stenographer ( I decid-ed I and will become one of us in the near I hard wood, some good fruit, etc. Some newly fenced. 3 1-2

prosperous farmers of the Williston and tytoo-writer, has opened an office I I STERLING AND PLATED WARE, ETC., ETC Ii' \ j'j'is i I |future. Mr. Petteway is a large turpentine j miles south of town. I'rice------ .. _u u_ __ eo u__..$1200
jW'ctlon'forE' in town trading. In rooms 7 and S, Union 1.lutk"for i go to Punta Gorda to open a store. I
today and
IlelvenMon & Pasteur Co's. store. i I i' the finest ever shown in Central Florida Goods are 0| MT. K.: in the few years he has lived gentleman operator, and we hope a most to welcome pleasant j I I No. 6. Nice 8 room house, large yard. Some fine shrubbery and

We have Just opened up our big fall :, ]| r I arriving by every freight. Don't fail to examine our O !! ,in Ocala, has built up a good trade j him and his excellent family to our ,!I near \VV.. Clyatt's home in first ward. House in good

and winter stock of wool blankets In The Star Is under obligations to! | 'and made many friends by his pleas- (circles in the near future.-Williston I condition. Cheap at eo .-..-. ...____ ....___.u_.$1300

all weights and at all prices. McIverdo Rev. J. J.:. Mii-kler of Kingston one of I 1 stock. We guarantee price and quality. | !art manners and courteous way of Advocate No. 7. Two good building lots only four blocks from square near
MacKay. the assistant; secretaries of the Conference o :, treating all he meets. We regret to
1 f I Ocklawaha avenue. Must go at once at, each ....--$250No.
for notes!' of the sessions, and I [lose so excellent a young man.
FOR REXT-A 5-room house m'' for whirl, he has our sincere thanks. I'I --- --- 0 I ( Miss Ella Tydings is in the city, the DOCTORS COULD NOT HELP HER"I 8. For investment: One new 5 room cottage and 2 new 3 room

South Fourth street. Call on If. C. He is a pleasant bright, genial young 0 0 j guest of her brother Dr. C. R. Ty- had kidney trouble for years," cottages. Near in. Pay in rents $17 per month, or 20 per'

Jones Ocala Bottling Works, Ocala.Fla. man and to ask a favor and to have it = OCALA MUSIC COMPANY I I dings. She Is one of the faithful writes Mrs. Raymond Connor of Shelton cent. net on investment at the price of eu-uuu..tJJ50

so graciously granted Is certainly a <|I I workers in the Mexican mission field Wash., "and the doctors could not No. 9. Good 5 room house and 28 good lots one mile west of town.

I, real pleasure to the' editor of the Star. T I and is a deeply interested spectator help me. I tried Folly's Kidney Cure Must be sold at once..4400
jEWELER&o f and the very first dose gave me relief
tat .
Do you shave yourself? If so, usePalmer's i iI the Conference meetings.If .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bardin will C and I am now cured. I cannot say too If you want to buy come early or your choice will be gone. '
Shaving Cream Soap, thebest 1 I you want to know how some of much for "
you ever tried. The PostofficeDrugstore. arrive tonight from Tampa. Mr. Bar- ->-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o toe Polk county farmers feel about''II Foley's Kidney Cure. It
makes the diseased kidneys sound so DITTO & MALONEY
din is
an experienced printer and will I Marion county because she swept the'boards ,
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they will eliminate the from
poisons!
take
with the
a position Star.
'-' at the State Fair, just Interview the blood. Unless they do this, good Main Street Ocala Flar
Wia get you engraved cards, i "Doc" Blackiston. health is impossible. ,

wedlng Invitations special tally and READ THIS: BARGAIN TIMEr The following Marion county turI I
,
place cards. Prices right Ocala pentine operators returned from Jacksonville ,' NOTICEAll

News Co.Sanford. Mobile, Ala., Dec. :24! 1S99. ', this morning: J. W. Crosby, dog license taxes expired; Octo- We are going to sell a

i Dr. E. W. Hall St. I,"uis. Mo.-Dear :j. D. Pope, L. Home S. W. Pettewa1-,
ber 1, 1905. License tax on dogs isl.a
Birdsey returned a few Sir: Having tried different doctors and i' R. L. Barnes!!, L. Hough and Jno. R.
$ :! for each
dog. All
days ago from Brazil, and today is enjoying their remedies for several years for I Martin.I persons own- PIANOTo .
ing dogs or having the same in chargeare
the handshaking of his host of back and kidney trouble. I found noth- i '
I Eddie Hamilton, colored, faced Justice hereby notified that sail license
Ocala friends.Stoves ing successful until taking The Texas Bullock this morning on a chargeof must be obtained at once or the or-
Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, The Ocala Stearns advertise our store, the price i81J'r t
LaundryHOUGHBROTHERS0 : "cral>ping. That effort cost Eddie' dinance in relation to same will be $ 95 .
and ranges, and blue flame and, being rapidly cured, the old saying ,. $10 and costs. i rigidly enforced. If not sold today it will be less tomor .
oil stoves, all sizes and prices. Call with railroad amen is God bless:
Mr. and Mrs. Will Marlow are entertaining j By order of the mayor of Ocala. row. Watch this ad. and you may get TO-DAY
and look the stock over. Marlon Hardware : the man who inserted the I'I llman '
P.ev. Freeman of Bristol, Geo. W. Cleveland, ,
Company. !sleeping car" but I say "God bless theinventor SEE OUR RED i: it for $2.OCALA. '
LIST Liberty county, and Rev. Holmes, of City Marshal.
of Hall's Texas Wonder.
'peacock, Ga, who are attending Con-
J II. Livingston, a popular Ocala Yours truly. W. B. Clark ference. They arrived last evening- ;; A LIQUID COLD CURE '
M. & O. R. P. Co.. Mobile Ala. MUSIC
Insurance manas in the city yesterday --- ------ -- CO
Mrs. Chas. Peyser is expected: homein
and registered at the Hillsboro. Croup, Coughs, Colds, Whooping i I
A TEXAS WONDER a day or two from Columbus, Ga.. !
.-Tampa Tribune. i,
!
etc., have chil-
where she has been visiting her : Cough no terrors for
!' One small bottle of the Texas Won-, daughter: and grandson.The dren or adults who evacuate the bowels JEWELERS. #
FOR S.\LE-A carload of fine fresh cer. Hall's Great Discovery, cures all with Kenneoys Laxative Honey
Jersey milch cows, from Georgia, Just kidney and bladder troubles, removes -oWe mission of "Early Risers" is to' and Tar-the Original Laxative Cough -
give Free Presents, consisting of Roasters, Hall clear the way and give nature full
Racks
arrived. They will be sold cheap.Mallory gravel, cures diabetes seminal emissions Turkey Towe.Hacks Syrup and Liquid Cold Cure. This
and Johnson owners. weak and lame backs, rheumatism Silver Coffee Pots, etc., with every pound package of Baking sway. Those famous little pills rU remedy expels all cold from the sysf -

and all Irregularities of the kid- Powder at 50 cents per pound. the stomach and bowels of all putrid! tern and strengthens the throat lungs FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES

Miss Sarah Thrilling, who has been :( reys and bladder in both men and wo- Tickets for other valuable presents given with every purchase of Soap, matter, thus removing the causes and bronchial tubes The mother's favorite -

connected with M. Fishel's store for 'm n. Regulates bladder troubles In[ ; Soap Powders Starch Coffee and Extracts. headache, constipation, sallow com- and children's safeguard. Sold
time, Is with KrasnoffBros. I plexion etc. Dewitt's Little EarlyRisers Western Beef, Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef Mutton Armour's
some now children. If not sold by your druggistt. ,
With every pound of Tea at 60c" we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitcher by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. *
., In the dry goods department.Mr. t. i| be seat by mail on receipt of 31.j Pudding Pan or Cake Mould. [ never gripe or sicken. A safe, Star Ham, Armour's. Pork Sausage, Cafefcage -. ,,
I I pleasant perfect pill Sold by the .
One small bottle is j
two months' treatment
-
j Dr. Blitch. of Ocala was In Crystal
O. K. Brown of the AntiMonopoly and seldom fails to perfect a With every 25 cents worth of Laundry Soap, we will give a Mixing BowlEvery 'Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. :>' River this week. We have known the Rutabagas, Turnips, Buts, Sweet .. =

Drugstore will return In a few cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer article and every present is first class and fully guaranteed, and : On account of the Confederate Vet- doctor for many years, and can truth- Potatoes, Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions.

days from Montezuma, Ga., where he' P O. Box 629. St. Louis Mo.Send your money will be refunded if both are not as represented. :erans' Reunion the Seaboard Air Line fully state that he Is one of the most .

went to attend the wedding of his sister for testimonials. will sell tickets on December 12. limited affable, pleasant and EDWARDS .
agreeable gentlemen
j W. P. -
to Mr. Jack Cobb of Atlanta.Which ,I Sold by all druggists and Anti-Mo- FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES :| to December 15,returning,at $2.30 I I we ever knew and his friends .

took place pecember 6. nopoly, Drugstore. .. I 1 South Main St. Giv. Us a Call. Ocala, Florida.ft. i ifor the round trip. .. I are legion f*-Crystal River News. Phone 108, S City Market.

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_________________________ a-.t.SCtT: : _______________________________i I Rale* Laid Down to Preserve the,
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iI I (Continued from first page.) I Besides insisting upon all due respec 0 _

., to themselves the peers suffer no disrespect

I to the stately gilded chamber
J. C. Pillans inspector of marks and I Tmmfmnn'i' M a M'** y yEgafcj
I in which they are accustomed to assemble i- ,
brands for 'district No. 10, tendered I The Cod Lirer Oil Emulsion "Par LxeSnu for Even when parliament is not in:

his resignation. which was accepted: CoUilu,CoLts, Influenza Broncbiti La Grip. session none but members are allowed'
The reduction on taxes, asked for: Sore Throat and Lungs Catarrh Pneumonia
to be covered there. Not even the eldestsoa '
IS READY FOR CouampUon and all Pulnoniry: Diseases. All
by Robert Marsh, was granted.
of wear his hat inthe
Droggi..su,two 5izes. SOc. and U. any peer may
: This board thereupon took the
up room. "Neither Is any person to
; nvass of the election, and follow TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL !stay there nor any attendant on any

I: g resolutions: to all sending name aDd address to nobleman but whIle he brings in his

Resolved, first, That all returns 0 f t OZOHULSION: CO. 98 Pine Strut. New York I l lord, and then be is to retire himself."

I e local option election held in Ma In 1703 official notice was taken ofthe :
FOR RHEUMATISM
CHRISTMASc on county, Florida, on November 28! fact that of late the doorkeepers A SORE CORE WOUNDS. OLD SORES. CUTS, CORNS,SPRAHS,BUS.,

05. having been received and can ave frequently presumed to come IONS, GALLS, BRUISES CONTRACT-

thereof duly made, showing the the doors when the bouse is sit t t- ED MUSCLES, LAME BACK, STIFF JOINTS FROSTED FlIT,

sult as follows: ; INSOMNIA and it was therefore ordered that BURNS SCALS ETC-

Dry Wet or the future this liberty be forbid I.[ AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation. subdues Trif am-

Precinct No. 1. . .. ..177 271 I .>n. Another point in which the peers matson and drives out Pain.

I 1 i Precinct, No. 2. .. .. ... 35 n nsioj &icairta for h iOnla. with re scrupulous to preserve their dignity r-
Ii(! Precinct, No.3. .. .... 31 r I I CT been tSieted for over urecty rears.! is revealed in the standing order PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues promotes -
1I can laY thai CascarHa haTe me more a free circulation
f-.Tea of
I'' Precinct, No. 4. ... ... 12 l *h&n &D7 other remedy I hate ever tr.ed. I with reference to conferences between the Blood, giving the Muscles natural
!l ertamly recommend tirm to friends aa elasticity.
'Precinct No. 5. .. ... .. 8 ail tt>ej are represented." Ky the two houses.

._,s. Precinct No. 6. ... .. 18 t T hOI.Guard Elfin.IU. It sets forth that "the place of our
5! :
Precinct, No.1. ... ... ... 12 3 tI meeting with the lower house uponconference

1 m Precinct, No. 8.. ... .... 11 1 I ; is usually the painted chamber i-

b to\ ; : Precinct, No. 9. ... ... .. ... 5 1 I where they are commonly before CURED OF PARALYSIS

Precinct, No. 10.... ...... 13 1 we come and expect our leisure. We

> Precinct No. 11.... ...... 27 3 i are to coine thither in a whole body: W. S. Bailey, P. O. True Texas, writes: liMy

.' $ : Precinct, No. 12. ... .. ... and not some lords scattering before wife had been suffering five years with paralysis ia

4 -.._ __ w Precinct No. 13. ... ..... 19 the rest, which both takes from the! Snow her arm Liniment, when I was persuaded to use Ballard't
which effected a complete cure. X
\ __ .Precinct, No. 14. .. .. ; 2 1 I gravity; of the lords and besides ciay have also used it for old sores, frost bites and skin

Precinct. No. 15. ... .. .. 1 hinder the lords from taking eruptions. It does the work."
thee ire
% 't\ Precinct, No. 16. .... .. 21 2 & .Palatable, Potent.Taste Good.Do Good proper places. We are to sit
fciclten, Weaken or Gripe, We Sc.Wc.J < Precinct, No. .. .. ,.. 38 4 in$balk.) The genome ublei miped C C C. and be covered, but they are : REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES
& to
: # e care or jour money back. ito
\ |Precinct, No. 18. ... .. .. .. 14 Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 597 any committee or conference either I: THREE SIZES : 25c, 50c and $1.00

H > PrecInct No. 19. eo .. .. 13 SALE TEN MILLION BOXES be covered or sit down in our presence

Precinct, No. 20. .. .... 27 4 r."I unless it be some infirm person and BALL \RD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
-
t-i
E .i '> Precinct, No. 21. ... ..... 23 : that by connivance In a corner out of) ST. LOUIS U. S. A.

QZ .' : Precinct, No. 22. .. .. .. 32 I sight, to sit, but not to be covered.

; Precinct No. 23. . .. 18 Direct from Our Distillery to YOU Although never rescinded, this regulation

\ Precinct No. 2-1. ... .. ...., 13 '; Saves Dealers' Profits l is now practically obsolete.- SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS

fa Precinct, No. 25. . ..... 7 1 Chambers' Journal
$ 2 Prevents Adulteration
) too( Precinct, No. 26. . .. 17 3
o
',Precinct, No. 27 . ..... 4 1 Othsrs may have furniture, but for .- ... _
\ ------- a
u Precinct No. 28. .. .. .. ... 9 i HAYNERWHISKEY the same price our goods are better, -

COn Precinct, No. 29. .. .. .. 21 Ocala Furniture Company.

i < tt Precinct No. 30 ... .. ... 13 Through Tourist Cars

I Precinct No. 31. ... .. .. 9


__ : c:: > I!i Total .. .. ... .. .. 630- 9] : COLORED PEOPLE'S[ DEPARTMENT I T Personally: Conducted to

WrKffis ( ; ) j Resolved, further, That ald election
i resulted in : FULL California. .
% i giving 268 votes majority 4, QUARTS $0,20 REV. J. E. A. KEELER Editor.
I for selling! '""
intoxicating liquorines WE PAY EXPRESS CHARGES U

t' ILL' i im and beers in Marion count 3 s.r.
> i We will send you, In a plain sealed!
F \I iI i Florida. case, with no marks to show contents. Fine drugs, toilet articles, etc., at
I \\ l-1 The board thereupon adjourned until FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES cfKAYNER thtNVw Drugstore.
: I Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. PRIVATE STOCK RYE for The Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its '

$3.20, and we will pay the express :t New Florida syrup, the best intnwn. up-to-date
(
I equipment
courteous attendants and
;k r' Tuesday Morning charges. Try It. have your doctor!test .. many comforts.
at the Falana
i:: > Board met at 8 o'clock. All members It,!test it any way you (like. U yesdon't Grocery. It's the easy way to travel-no changes of cars, or other wor-
I! find It all neht and the purest
'a-J present. 'ent, celebration at :Mt. Zion ries.
and best whiskey you ever -nary
o )' 20j I The pension claim of James C. Zet- tasted, ship It back to us at .\. XI E. church Sunday night. Are
going to California' ?
you Investigate this of travel.Voull
.
\ rouer was approved, also the pension> our expense and your $3.20 way .

...1 \ n ': claim of Mrs. O. G. Enocks. win be promptly refunded Irs Mary L. Harmon, the sister of be surprised to find how cheaply you can go. .

\ The following bonds to carry firearms At our distillery, one of ____ XI I' Ward continues very Ill. 4

> 1 were approved and licenses ordered the largest and best ;.
: equipped In the world,we XIrs Leller Mormon of Plant Cityi i
issued: T. S. Wishart William
distill an averaze of 9.580 > in town. visiting her mother and i '
o i f ff.t. This B. M. Montgomery, W. J. KdI ; Ii- gallons of PURE WHISKEY friends. Full Particulars and illustrated literature of JI U

wards, David W. Hooker, D. B. Johnson a day. When you t I
r I buy HAY ER WHIS 4_ J. F. VAX RENSSALAER Gen.
> R. P. Priest, John W. Williams, KEY goes direct to you For comfortable lodging and first i Agt.,

C. C. Hay. from our distillery, tbusassuring L lass board call at the Marion House.; ] Atlanta, Ga.

S The following bonds were refused; you of perfect : XIrs. P. G. Gowens, Proprietress.
E. Flannegan, L. B. Marsh. purity and saving you the
dealers' big profits. HAY Taiky party will be at XIt. Xlorlah Southern Pacific.
The Notary Bond of D. R. Zetro- NER WHISKEY is pre j
Baptist church )Monday night. Fine
uer was approved by the Board. scribed by doctors and ;
used in hospitals and by half million program. Admission, 10 cents. a
sat-
a
The following resolutions
to
I appropriate isfied customers. That's why YOU should I -
j $150 was unanimously adopted. it. Don't forget the entertainment at --- -- --
THE HOME OF OLD SANTA try
CLAUS "Whereas the Judge's report at the WRITE OCR XEiBEST OFFICB Xlitchell's Hall :Monday night, given .

recent State Fair show in a complete THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO. by .tlu- ladies of Xlt. Zion A. )f. E

just and glorious manner that i hurch.
ATLANTA, GA. DAYTON, 0.
Marion County won first honors on her ST LOUIS, MO. ST .PAUL, MNN: i,

display of farm products, industriesand Orders for Ariz.. Cal.. Col.. Idaho, Mont..Nev., Everyone who calls at the Ocala Florida East Coast
N Met Ore.. Utah. Wash., or Wyo. must he Railway.
Razar i is with
delighted the
He fine dis-
extends an invitation to you and asks a visit to OUt Stote and In resources, and not on nonessentials on the basis of 4 V'*KTi for'I.IJObv EXPHf v.PRE
an FAIU, or-o and decorations. We deem it our
.
spection of our Line in Christmas and Holiday Goods. widely duty to known see that; these facts become 303 DISTILLERY.Capital TROY 500000.00,0. ESTABLISHED Paid In Full. I860. the eye from the door to the rear. !|! lees; Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7 1905.

i I The Business! :Xien's League held< an'' ,
Therefore, Be it resolved that the
i -1 interesting, meeting last Wednesdaynight. SCUTK-BCUND-fitAO! DOWN.
sum of $150 be and the same is NORTH-BOUNO-REAO UP.
ALL SERVICE RESUMED Another meeting will be held j = _
I -- -- --;-- =- -- -----
hereby appropriated to cover costs; I ,. at the time and place next ,
fame [ ;No. fO :N.,. 'tO '
'So. 98
,,
,
of advertisement in "The I S'J'ATIOSS So.
an Breeders'
The Southern Pacific and Union Pacific j i Wednesday night. I l I I'aiI! )a"y :_ Daily IJafly
Gazette" of Chicago to accompany !i
I lines reach nearly! every state in i t 5 00 j' 9 I' .. Lv .. __._ ._.J.1CJijo'IITIIlA! ......._._
The Oldest Toy and Holiday Goods Buyer for This Market in Ocala-24Year's t its illustrated report of the Fair} !I the West, with steamship" lines to Chit i We have 100 choice lots in Marti City I I 5 \'1 I' 1J 4. ", "' ...-_._._Jllds.'n\.It"-: _...__ Lv Ar II'j 52 00: P 11 842 8 50 a a
which will include views and special I 'I which we will cell singly or in groups | 15 I' J) a 11'' .". ..._....._.bt. AugutilI3........_ 5 50 p 1 40 a
na. Japan, Hawaiian IslandustrlIia' C .3 I JJ 3' r. ...__........ .ll..tlnL". _.. ___ K
Experience. reference to Marion's exhibit." and India. : of any number you want at {6 each '110) lOa' '" ......_.. L.1t!'..IRII. _......_.. .. 41&p 4 51 I' 62a II 4g aI
_
Upon motion it was ordered by t H I I II and on you o\vn terms. Now fs your ,I 0-. '1.1.i I.. 12 lip'Ar ..._...__..... .. ;; ..........._ Lvi 'JI)ji ...rti;; c;,
Board that the Chairman do executea I Round trip homeseekers' rates to ; time to take advantage of a good 6 4S I'j II 2. a Lv ...-.--..... hJllth. ........_..._.. 5 00 2'' 6 65 a
Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and Old : --5j1; TTjAr ..._......_ : Arj C.
deed conveying certain lands to the thing. See Ditto and XIaloney. "a" Mhto-o___.... Lv210i. ...
/ Iexico, each first" and third Tues I i, = _2151', 80; Lv.h..8..m Mate'J..._....._ ArLlJj T10a

Hospital Association in which deedit day. I i I r.:: 7T3TjLv.: ..__........ 6f.a ............_ LY31p ssoa ...
Intends to correct an erroneous description i J John Brown has opened a barber 8 OJ J' 1247 I', -__.._..._r.urnt'lls ____ 3"t P II 36 a ,
Through Pullman tourist cars three ;,; shop just one door west of the city 0\ t10 VI J2 5.; I"'I ...___._._.lJul"'M......__._ 337 P II 2.1 a
heretofore made by the 14 41 1 26 _.__ _....
-c
I', _..._
OrWQD.t H
Merchants who handle a small line of Toys and Fireworks are invited to look Board. I days each week from Washington, D. i j market, and is prepared to do fin* 0. I 8 51 1'1 j J 3.1 p' ___.......D,1Y.0"....__ .. :3 3 I 00 It J P P 4. 61t n .1 ".-..

C., to San Francisco via Atlanta, woik. Hair cutting shaving, !"hai 31- I.I to& I" 1 51 I" _._.......I..rt Orange....__... 2 60 I' 4 :JC i j .1
The petition from South Lake 'i; 9 :l'I' :2 15 J,\r ...-- .......w I.nzyniia......._..... 2 SI 4 15..
through our stock and get prices before buying their holiday line. Weir, asking for a straw road wa: !? I! Montgomery, :Mobile and New Orleansand pooing, sharpening razors or clipper! .- 10 zI I 8; 3 44.pAr ...__....._. Lak"ne".n....._..__. Lv 1245p lJy TiWp .

referred to Commissioner PylesUth Southern Pacific "Sunset; Route." honing razors, etc. Give him a call. [i, ::; 10 3.') /I'' 3 !r.S I" .............. _Ora 'g-\City.........._ 1.1 35: 1'1 Ii $& p ,
I Cheap one-way: colonist rates from I II .. .!? ) It. ..4 '' ....._..()r"D;: ('iry Junct1'n._._.. v 12 30 p Ii U P
,-- power to act. all The kindergarten school of :M rs. 9t.:; I': :2ijLv .... ...._._...etim'rDL....___. Lv 32Up;. 'U6 0
I points to California and F- a
Northwestfrom IJ OIl 2 51 ..._......... .. ==
p'
Upon motion it was ordered that the ; i': .Oak II1il-.___.._ 1 U III :I 39 a .
i February 15 to April 7. 1906. F. C.V.. Williams will again open at ... 10 9 .I! 3 :io pAr: ... ......TItusvIIle ............._... ". 1 15 p' 1 OO a ,
Clerk of this Board advertise for sale Requests for information I the OH Fellows Hall Monday, the \ 0(, ai. ... .;.Ar .................. .l:1tr.J _.._......._. 10 OU fAI
cheerfully : ; Lvi a 00
bids to be filed in the Clerk's office answered. '. 11th. and the musical class" will resume o u. I jt) (0.- Lr .... ............. S .'1t r J. I.
o by the first Monday in January 1906, Van Rensselaer, General (! iw-j; 33pLv ..._....._.. Tit 5fIle ....._._..._.. :- '15-ftl 1
Special and discounts to schools for : Agent 124:! Peachtree St., Atlanta, studies at the residence of XIrs.R. i I 11 Ii I.i 0' 1'1" .__.-_. ......O..J&.......____,.. .. J2 31 p :j I iii :s
prices public churches and Sunday school committees road overseers for the several road i Ga. :S.: Quarterman 148 S. Orange St. 11 ::2 I' 4 13 1'1",. .__._ PlCkltldll'H.__. 12 :'0 p j 2 I 14 a ..
districts of Marion County. The Board'reserves I II 511' 4 4'i I' __.__....Elill GaI1Ie..._..__. .. Illij a 1 U a ;

and Christmas tree candles free. the right to reject any or all'' j jI 1. C. D. Donally has just returned U 12 12 Lj 51"a I' 5&.::7 P I' ."". -.._-_.-_I"bcurllol._Hflbl1UaD: '___._____. .". II 11 N Hal 8 1 U fI sa a a. .:.!.

bids. I I I LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R,. R, from an extended trip to Valdos La. 5.4.', 1 3 a 6 2J I' .. __..._...5;' Lucte....____. 1012 a 14 W n
1 55 I S! 4;; __ .. S.
a II Fort Plere...___ 10'Ii
Whereas It has came to the knowledge Thomasville and Boston, Ga., where P' 1' .. ... .. a I I 55 P
; .- ::1 I' a 7 0' I' .. 'flhbals _.._ It $, a 11 32 (A
of this Board that Stephen Geir, j I he had the pleasure of meeting many 2 l:1: a 7 a r. ...-_-.__.E4Ien..........._._ 'I 26 111 P ft
2 21 'j _._.._ 11,11,
I Best Line to 11. 111' Jt'D.flD_ _._ :11 a 11 IS
took his wife Marie Geir to a house' I) friends and acquaintances. lie also 3) :2 I ;U III$ 'j. i III" ___.. Stuart ...._ __ .. 9 ji a j 01
of lllfame in the City of Ocala and BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE, MEMPHIS I- spent a couple of days in Jackson- :.) 3 O 8 7 56 --.-...-Ijobe lou1I1......___ .. 42 a 10 M j I \Q
i :127 a' A 11 .._.......We.t JUIlrer_ .....__ H 8 44
visited her from time to time and on KNOXVILLE, LOUISVILLE, vile! Fla. We think Brother Donallyis 'I' 41'a, Alii 1'1" ..__...West Patm l;(a.th....__ .. 74"a a 1019 =
the of hunting additional rib. 432 a 9 1" __..... ._Dtyntou...._....__ .. 121) 9Up :::
night Dec. 2nd, in said house in CINCINNATI an If so, a: 5 If
OUR 5c AND lOc COUNTERS ARE LOADED WITH BARGAINS. i iI ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO oW 4 42: Is 9 :!r- __.. .....Ilray........_ .. 7 108 905 P _""
I'a cruel and brutal manner, murdered and all Points may he be successful: J Ii 37 a' 0 21 J"I" ___Fort Lauderdale_.__ II 1'1 a' 8 U II
I : NORTH and I : : Ii 4 j :"; ___......... .. P
i her, and made his escape, and whereas : a ) Danla ..._.._._ II 1118, 8 0tJ *4
: WEST, in Through Cars. *A. W. Walker, the world champion :: 55'a 10 '2 [II" ..__..Hallandlllp... .. 554a
the Grand Jury now in session has 621 1\ 11T 1', _..__.__._ urn. n C1I1...._.._ ,. Ii ,4 TStp ()J
found on indictment against the said I ONLY Line operating through sleepers barber, is in the city, and has againopened .M.... 65a 1115 I'r, ......_..._........ Miami..........y..._.... Lv Ii 2. a a 1211 1rJ: P1 P .
from FLORIDA to CHICAGO. his shop at No. 92 Xorth Magnolia -1-1Hailft -
Stephen Geir for the crime of murder. ,
*
street; opposite the Florida 1:11.: 1I03Ih.TE\D Daily
Therefore be it resolved that it is' ONLY line operating through sleepers i-un. I I ) EXTENSION: };It.
House. Shaving, hair cutting, shampooing -
from FLORIDA to : Su.o.
the sense of this Board and we believe ST. LOUIS -,
etc., in first class style. Tools 800 ILl, .....--.. Lv ....-_....... Mtan4 .........__._. Ar'.-...__.
Come early and Buy Your Holiday Goods. We will pack them away and deliver / that an expression of the will with DINING CAR SERVICE. kept in fine order. Honing razors : 3J al.............Ar ..._..._..W.zats0-a4....__._ LVI.n 1:0 100: p II
of the people that the governor of the FINEST Dining Car Service in the guaranteed. Give him a call. ; t
State of Florida do offer some suitable South. t I ,'::10.; 1 I or
any evening you suggest. Come after supper. Open nights until 9. ; 0.1J'1Jalll i '" I J
NN.1 .
reward which we believe to be $100 ( THROUGH Tourist Sleepers to California Special Notice UsII)'; J.x. H'\1"PO'RT' BRAXCII 18' Iou.o.20Xo.af.. ;
for the apprehension of said ''1 01llT 1 ; 01llT I :-un. Dall,
party.E. i< The New Racket is loaded with -I .I--F=- _ _ Ip OullI ;+
L. Carne). tax collector reported For information as to rates to all Christmas and I -
I holiday goods. We can "" W ,O S tO PI S ro 'b -..-Ja.ts"utlle: __. Ar "Sa
I"O
I coulection of $H on account of polls points NORTH and WEST. schedulesand please the old folks the young folks, 2OelO1& 5O. II 4a Ar., -Sol. JI\4'Ii""nTI'e! _._ Lv 117 11 1 52p I' Iirl':0 pl___
and $184 on account of licenses.! full information call on or write and even the babes in the cradle. We 2 4) I: ill. 51) aJ 1 II 10( pJ S n a .. __..Pllbl.. I..ar.h.._. 7 0:; a II id a; 4 y 1',__
2 j' 105-; a 6! 4i p1! (''I 110 ...._AU.nUp ;S"Nh...... 7taI4ia
.
I The following justices of the peace: Geo. E. Herring, Fla. Pass. Agt., L. & have also a comrlete line of fine dress S I 00 1'. 11 1') a 1 or 00 fit i. 9 2' a .. ---Yan'.rt__ .. II U a1,,11 so a, 4'III 15 p.p..._... _

1 reported no fines: C. R. Veal G. M. N. R. R, 206 West Bay St., Jacksonville goods. shoes men's and boys' clothing .

i I Richard, P.. S. Shortridge, J. O. Tur- ria.I .
furs and
jackets for the
'! nipsted W. W. Jackson. | trade. holiday PENINSULAR A>D OCCIDENTAL! STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI

HE OCALA BAZAARFRANK !' The following justices reported!

'fines collected in their courts as follows -1 EtJ U('"lion. : Jasper Ingram and Miss: Ella Close Connection Made at 'Miami wlih Steamships! cf the V. i 0. S. S. Company For

: ; What :sculpture! i is to a block: of marble ,. Charles were married last night at 9

T. G. Johnson. $100; J. M. Barks- education i i.* to; a human s-ouL The o'clock at the home of Jacob Thomas, HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

I i philosopher the saint! anJ the LCTO-the by Rev. J. S.
dale, J70; Joseph Bell J25; S. A. Bullock Braswell. The waiters
I 'i' wise!' the ; () l an Ko great man- lind
$lUO.T. very were George Hollinsworth Mis! Th.aT1meTaiI' !'hcwtt1m"" .wtU-b
E. Pasteur county treasurer re- ']| often lie hid an
P. GADSON ported receipts. disbursements and!:1! telan which a proper education! mIght! was ring bearer. Refreshments we reserved :' vr 1*tLB company v ,
: have disinterred and
balances as follows: > brought to light to quite a large number pres- ,
i Addlson.!
I County Proper ,'i ent. We extend congratulations. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
I
I
Receipts, J10SO.S3:i; disbursements I ISU5 'I Hit Luck. 1 The colored clergy of Ocala, irrespective "SEE THE TICKET "
The Commercial Bank Block OCALA FLA. $ ; balance 20644. i "lie's )&,) unlucky." said the nl1lT'iII.. of denomination express to AGENT.

Fine and Forfeiture 'I citizen "that I verily believe that (flit the annual Conference of the M. E. J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUCiUSTINE. FLA.SEABOARD .

wuz tc-r hide from a harrlcane: in a Church, :South: now in session in our .
I Receipt J370.29 disbursements.
; storm pit! a earthquake would come city their profound sympathy in th-
JS74.51; balance JS.32.County .
SOUTH LAKE WEIRMr. I along; an' !swaller! the! storm pi ."-At- d'-ath of one of their members Rev

Roads i i lanta Constitution. 4.'. A. Fulwood, yesterday. He ha."
Ernest L. flicker was at home
FOUR CAR LOADSOf II' Receipts, $1 31.9S; disbursements, passed from labor to reward and now

from Jacksonville for a short visit $1214.SS; balance. J17.10. i Impediment. 'i sunds in the blissful light of Unclouded AIR-LINE RY
this week.
I H. W. Long, Chairman. i j Prue-Why don't yon break the en- day before the blessed :Master
Mr. Sim Dlllard and family who S. T. Sistrunk. gagement If find each
Clerk. you you no longer May member follow his nem-

have occupied the old Amaskoheganhouse I : love him! ? Marjorie! -I've jut discovered pliry life and meet; him in the great

Elegant New Furniture for some time, moved to Lakeland GIVE YOUR STOMACH REST that h! wants to break it himself.I. beyond. SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED

the past week. I n.1. _
.
LUft.The *The Palace Restaurant, corner of SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAILFO
Mr.
and Mrs. B. W. Goodell of Fre-
l Nothing will cure indigestion thatdoesn't Fort King and Magnolia street, is now .
I donla, X. Y.. have arrived and will I i secret of
digest the food itself, and give education I lies! In respecting open for business. Choice meals, -

1I We have the :Most Complete Line of HOUSE spend sister. the Mrs.winter Thomas with Baker.Mrs. Goodell's This Is'i t' the stomach rest. You can't expect: the pupl.! -Emerson. lunches etc, served in royal style at Savannah. Columbia, Camden Southern Pines Richmond Washington, Bal!

|i that a weak stomach will regain its reasonable: rates. Soup daily; oyster timore, Philadelphia, New York.

FURNISHINGS for the WINTER SEASON at Prices their second winter here. j j strength and get well when it is com- HUGE TASKIt i in every tjle. Special; terms to
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. "
Bickley arrivedI]I j pelled to do the full work that a sound was a huge task, to undertake the weekly boarders. Special departmentfor THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
that Cannot be South of Atlanta. on Sunday from Philadelphia and art {
Duplicated I stomach should do. You couldn't ex- cure of such a bad case of kidney disease white customers. Breakfast, from
with Mrs. Bickley's parents, Mr. and MODERN PULLMAN
;jpcct a sick horse to get well when it. as that of C. F. Collier, of 5 till 9; dinner, 12: till 3; supper, 5 till EQUIPMENT
Examine the Goods and Prices WE WILL NOT Mrs. E. Schnitzler.
j i jls compelled to do a full day's work Cherokee Ia., but Electric Bitters did 9. Lunches at all hours. Fruits, cigars j; ONLY LINE operating daily through sleepers from
Jacksonville
Mrs. Geo. L. Whlpple and her to New
BE :UNDERSOLD. son. every day of the week. Kodol Dyspepsia ; it. He writes: "My kidneys were so etc. M. Middl&brooks, Prop. :I Orleans.
Master Jay. drove to Leesburg
on
Cure is a perfect dlsestant and di- far gone. I could not :sit on a chair Oth- information of
Thanksgiving Day and until ,
stayed
'gests the food regardless of the condi- without a cushion; and suffered from NO SECRET ABOUT IT John Dozier
Agent,
the first of the week with Mr. Whip- w. W. Condon C. T. A._
tion
of the
stomach. Relieves Indigestion dreadful backache headache and de- It is no secret, that
pie, whoa engaged in freighting on for cuts burns. Ocala, Florida.
Lake Griffin. Belching Sour Stomach. and all pression. In Electric Bitters, however ulcers, fever sores, sore eyes, boils A. O. MacDonell, A. G. P. A. D. C. Boylston Jr. P. A. .

stomach disorders. Sold by the Anti- I found a cure and by them was restored etc., nothing la ,
J. A. PriTMAN & SON Mrs. B. B. flicker Is shipping her so effective as Buck- Jacksonvil Ie, Florida.
.
fruit this week. Monopoly Drugstore.No I to perfect health. I recommendthis len's ArrJca Salve. "It didn't take

great tonic medicine to all with long to cure a bad sore I had and it is .

Ladies' !Shoe ever shown in3)weak kidneys, liver or stomach. Guar- all 0. K. for sore eyes," writes' D. L I

UfUR ITURE MEN." die Masters*' High has Shoes the ever swellest shown fine in of Ocala.La- Ocala Drew-Sdby gives Line the, satisfaction shown by Masters.of the I teed price by 50 the cents.Anti-Monopoiy Drugstore; Gregory of Hope, TeL 25c. at ThejActlilonopoly I IOLmnONEYA.'U fOLmIlOlEYAIIJ TAI

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