The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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v. ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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I ff, Number i 57 OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER H, J905. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year.

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|I Is Your Bathroom Modern? I UNDERTAKERSand

I Operators of Florida Are You s s The United States May Have to Interfere DAIRYFor
cannot have too maD safeguards: : the health! + k Pay
: Taking Steps to Curtail the of family and self t: especially! the growing children.: P to Keep the Island From
I Production of Naval Stores Becoming Your EMBALMERS
I Bad or antique plumb-1

Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 11.-At a ing ?is as dangerous to the '
Washington Dec. !! -The Postprints
|,I I (, nce of leading turpentine oper- J & health as good or modern an interesting review of Cuban Pare Milk and Cream Fine Caskets
ors in this city last week, represent ISS plumbing i is benefit;at. affairs by Bennett. The governmentof

I Florida. Georgia Alabama. Mis '.''i f The cost of renew your Cuba he says, is drifting rapidlytoward Delivered Every Morning at Your Door. and Burial RobesAll
Louisiana and Texas, most ri "
A bathroom with Sta.Aani' serious embarrassment, if not
drastic action for the protec- I + / Ware will in reality: be disaster. In recent financial legislation Quality and Purity Guarall Work Done by? Licensed En
on of the industry was taken.It J _health assurance. t3; the Cuban Congress ignored the balmers and Fully Guaranteed
was announced that the exporters constitution of the republic and pacedthe
combination had demanded the We have samples: in
way to violation of the Platt -
j { of the Naval Stores Export m/ our show rooms and willladly amendment. President Palma becamea

I j I mpan)' as a competitor, and the > : quote j m prices. party to the disastrous policy, after
hundred operators present, rep feebly protesting against it.
I : 93,000 of its $1,250.000; The full force of the new policy may TOY TALKIt' II
without one dissenting vote ineased -
not be felt for several months, but if
the stock to
2000000. the Cuban government persists:: in its ,
F\t the request of President Cov- course it is inevitable that the United
1 the operators remained over in States will be compelled to call halt.
; city twenty-four hours after adurnment. The state department is fully informed nearing the time when you were thinking of buyingCHRISTJYrAS

I and held a meeting at FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO of the situation and Secretary Root
t j I it was determined that all tur- may have sent warning before this
I (' producers should withhold all that Cuba is on dangerous ground. If : GIFT
remainder of this year's crop from he has done
I --- --- so, his hint has not had
( primary markets for an indefinite any perceptible effect.A .
; also that because of the at- STENOGRAPHER! WANTS WORK R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK weak and extravagant government -

mpt to "bear" the market, they hungry and swarming "armyof Your money will go further in our store than in any other place in Ocala. We have
'. to stop box cutting all along Any one needing an experiencedand FULLER & BLALOCK liberation," and rapacious Ameri-
''I line, and reduce the production thoroughly competent lady stenographer can and foreign money sharks', using the largest line of HOLIDAY GOODS in Central Florida.
actly one-half for the next twelve and typewriter, can communicate DENTAL SURGEONS questionable if not corrupt methodsin
: I j i with one through this of- saddling debts upon Cuba, are the OUR PRICES
j j Mony producers wired their over- fice. Odic Over> Miinroe> & Chambliss' Bank elements whose combined operations, ALWAYS THE LOWESTBecause

I i (ers after the meeting to discharge OCALA, FLA. if continued, will result in interventionby
] cutters and telegraph counter- FRUITS, CANDIES AND NUTS the United States. : WE SELl FOR CASH ONLY
orders that had been placed
For choice, fresh!' fruits of all kinds, Terms Cash.
/r As boxing the production axes. for 1903; is con candies;, nuts, cigars, tobacco, etc., call THE SEASON OF INDIGESTIONThe In Our Line You Will Find tic Following in all Branches:

drd on John Tubel l, in the Iontezumatlock.
by the most competent authori-
season of indigestion is upon us.
( to be fully 12 per cent short of! Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for indigestionand

: : 04( d and activity all reports in trade indicate circles unpar-with $2.30 JACKSONVILLE and RETURN MillineryFashionable the stomach dyspepsia that will an do over-loaded everything, overworked for- DOLLS, DOLLS,DOLLS, TOY FURNITURE, HORN HORNS,

demand for both turpentine stomach cannot do for itself. MECHANICAL TOYS, TOY STOVES, TIN HORNS
i I rosin, the situation threatens to Via the Seaboard Air Line. Ticketson Kodol ,
acute. sale December 12:, limited to December stomach, digests a rest what-relieves you eat-gives sour stomach the- STEAM TOYS, TOY ACCORDEONS, IRON BANKS,

I 13. Seaboard has quickest belching heartburn, indigestion, TIN TOYS, TOY MUSIC BOXES, TIN BANKS
time parlor cafe cars. AND UP-TO-DATE ,
FOLEY'SHONEY etc.( Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated PNEUMONIA ON RECORDWe *
and Tar as a throat and lung the Fall and Winter Season are WOODEN TOYS: TOY DRUMS, DOLL CARRIAGES,

)', and on account of the great where do not know of cold a !single! instance Now on Exhibition at my Millinery Has Voted Out the Dispensary-"A ANIMAL TOYS, TOY TEA SETS, ABBUMS, (all kinds) "?r
a cough or resulted in
popularity of Foley's Honey Prophet is Not Without
Parlors in the Ocala House Call and
Tar imitations pneumonia or consumption when Fo- "
many are offered i See Them. Honor, etc.

,, and the genuine.Tar and refuse Ask for any Foley's substitute Hon I!' It do ley's cures Honey takes coughs and and Tar colds had perfectly been taken.] so I Ii PS. MIXXIE HOSTICK has Edgefield voted out county the dispensary South by Carolina a ma-, WITHOUT A DOUBT WE HAVE THE LARGEST LINE OF DOLLS.IN THE STATE. WE HAVE
not chances with
some unknown -
as no other will
preparation jority of two to better.
one or Edge- t
ive the same satisfaction. It is mild- preparation which may contain
I laxative. It contains no opiates opiates, which cause constipation, a Tillman field is, the who home is the county father of of the Senator dis- TALKING DOLLS, I KID DOLLS '
.] is safest for children and delicate I condition that retards recovery froma OCALAFURNITURECO pensary system. .. .
(' Sold by the Postcffice Drug- cold. Ask for Foley's Honey and SLEEPING DOLLS, WHITE DOLLS, CLOTH DOLLS
: Tar and refuse any substitute offered.
I II I Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time, DYING OF FAMINE BREAKABLE DOLLS, JUMPING DOLLS, BISQUE DOLLS,
is, in its torments, like dying of con-

I, Cast on the-Waters Came Back FREE OF CHARGE The Question of Embalming and Funeral from the beginning to the very BLACK DOLLS, RUBBER DOLLS, UNDRESSED DOLLS.
end is a long torture, both to victim
With Butter On It Phone 26. R. E. Yo age & Co. Directing is a Delicate One and friends. "When I had consumption -

1,5.: Fred Fleck an old locomotive en- CREAMERY 3UTTEH Would net it be Best for You to Entrust Myers in of its Ct'arfossId.first stage,.", "after writes trying Wm. 1
( of the
'Pited letter Pennsylvania Road has 25 CENTS A POUND this Question to Those who Appreciate different medicines and a good doctor -
c inclosing a a from check Andrew for $1000 Caregie to- I It's and Whose Know- in'ain, I at last took Dr. King'sNew OUR DOLLS RANGE IN PRICE FROM 1c 1 TO $4.48Now

: for a luncheon which Mr. Carne- The Carmichael & Son Co. keep constantly Delicacy, Discovery, which quickly and
ate in Mr. f'lf''k'sngin... cab on hand, receiving a fresh supply edge is of the Highest Standard permanently cured me." Prompt r---
} : years ago when he was riding sev- | every two day", delicious pure lief and sure cure for coughs, colds. is the Time to Put in a Supply for the Little Ones. Do
fieorgi-i earner; butter, :5 cents per TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVEPROMPT throat,
etc. Positively
I'|...ars the, was engineer.ravenously Mr. hungry Carnegie, and, it j;I II round, kept on ice. Phone ,;o. 37. i ATTENTION prevents pneumonia. Guaranteedat Not Fail to See Our Line Before Baying Elsewhere.
te the contents of Mr. Fleck's din the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price
,I i trail, allowing the engineer to go Meet me after supper at the Ocala Day Phone No. 10. Night 94 and 167 5 Oc. and $I a bottle. Trial bottle free.
Bazar, Home of Santa Claus.
)'. He has now paid, for that
i !. SMITH & ROBERTS, Ocala, Fla Edison) phonographs, from $10 to THE VARIETY ST
FOR SALEA carload of fine fresh!' $:r.;') each with o"prIuO different rr'- !I
1 Jersey milch l'fIfrom!' Jeorgia. justani ord.s to select from, at A. E. Bur
not! They will IK Sold cheap nett's.
Mallory and Johnson owners.COMING.
weeks ago during the severe The Idaho Launched
I -- --- at Cramp'sShipyard
:i weather both my wife and my-
I Saturday
i ( contracted severe colds whichpeedily
i developed into the worst kind rhiladi-lphi D.-c. 11.-The United BARGAINS FOR---UOUSEKEEPER is
kL grippe with all its nlisPrablPymptoms I Slates battleship] Idaho was lama'ht-.i RARE
I I ," says Mr. J. S. Eglesti.n i, MARION OPERA HOUSETUESDAY I jSiturday I at the )'anl of the William i J
| ( Maple Landing: Iowa. 'Knees and i Cramp Ship and Kngine Huildinc _
aching muscles! sore, head stop-" ('''11I1'01 ny. The vessel was christened r
DEC. 12
': up. eyes and nose running, with l liy Miss LouiIay flooding, the 13-
.. nate spells of chills and fever. 11'e \tr-old; d.uisrhtt-r: of lov.. Frank R. The Largest Stock to Select from and the Best House in Florida to ,Get
'; using ('ham t'rllin's Cough hooding of Idaho.
)". aiding the same with a dose I GREAT BARLOWMINSTRELS The Idaho i is a sister ship to the Beautiful Presents for the Home.Mclver .
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Mi.sMpsipi'i. which was launched on

;k ( >tel, }and' knocked by its liberal out the use grip soon: 1;i ] Seph the I'lIllwr first :;:,0 class.. and will be a battleshipof [ it MarKay[ ( i can how those;: just: beginning 1) to keep house, those: wishing more furniture for the home or those

Tablets promote a healthy ac- I seeking: handsome: ] and useful: Christmas: : gifts: for friend or relative, for either sex or any age, a handsomer line of household
of the bowels, I J. A. COBURN, Owner and Manager.
: is always beneficial liver and when kidneys the, j -- 'n HUGE TASK I furnishings: : than any store in Florida. Special attention is directed to the below mentioned articles' which comprise
I It was a huge task, to undertake the
1: )' is congested by a cold or at'I j EVERYTHING NEW THIS SEASON cure of such a bad case of(kidney ui-iI : only a few of the leading ones, in a stock that covers, in store and warehouses several acres, and is so vast .
of the grip. For sale 'I .
I Drugstore. by the -- -1 I sense, as that of C. F. Collier, of and varied( as: to )be indescribable in this: space. Remember, that if.the goods herein mentioned seem of an expensive
Cherokee, la., but Electric Bitters did .
I The BEAUTIFUL PATRIOTICENSEMHLE class that have abundance of others in all of the furniture and
it. He writes: ")1) kidneys were so I ( : we a great housefurnishing: lines, in low and medium

I GERMANS WERE TOO SMART : : far gone, I could not sit on a chair priced goods.
without a cushion; and suffered from
of the Panther Seized a Man "Tk Admiral's JuiilPB"The I dreadful backache headache and de-

I on Brazilian Soil and Took Him pression.! In Electric Bitters, however,
Latest in Song and StorRealistic }. FOR THE PARLOR FOR THE HALL
Aboard Their Ship Il'C und a cure and by them was re-
Interesting Presentation { to perfect health. I recommendthis
I Washington Dec. 11.-The Brazilian of Life Aboard an great tonic mediiine to all with Beautiful rugs and art squares, willow, oak, mahogany and leather The most beautiful hall racks in mahogany and oak, ever seen

; !' in from this Baron city: de has Rio received Branco a, AMERICAN: :MAX-- weak kidneys liver or stomach. Guar- I chairs settees and rockers; magnificent picture, lace and portiere in Ocala. Portiere curtains, rugs, couches, hanging lamps, stands .3

minister of foreign affairs, stating 0-t1 A fi. teed price by 50 the cents.FEDERAL Anti-Monopoly. Drugstore; curtains, lamps, center tables, etc., etc. I pictures, screens, mattings, etc.
a few days ago several of the of- I

,- went of the ashore German in civilian gunboat dress Pan-and"Isited 35 WHITE .ARTISTS 35 I f! OFFICE HOLDERS FOR THE DINING ROOM FOR THE BED ROOM

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a small fishing town calledi
i ', in the state of Santa Cata- McFarlane. Stillman, Allen and Warren The largest and best line of iron and brass beds in the state to
i ) EVERY PHOMISE FULFILLED I The most beautiful dining tables and chairs of oak mahogany,
[ and there, without any form of I Reappointed-A Victory for select from. Magnificent suits in solid oak mahogany and birdseye
seized a man by the name oteinhoff f New Singers New Comedians: the MachineA I I handsome big rugs, appropriate pictures, side boards, china closets. maple; odd dressers and stands in each of these woods. Easy chairs,

,Germany who had, as left a deserter his native from I New New Stories Songs, New New Jokes, I Washington dispatch to the Metropolis I the latter ranging in price from $25 to 8150. Exquisite china, infancy couches, toilet sets, curtains, screens, mattresses, comforts, sheets,
army and took him with them as says that President Roosevelt pieces or dinner set, from $6 to $85 in Haviland china. blankets, wardrobes, etc.
prisoner on the Panther. Thereup New Specialties and I a appointed. McFarlane of Tampa,
John E. StUlman of Pensacola. Geo.
the gunboat left Exc1usi'e9Judc'i1e! Features. I
Itajahy and went
another port in the state of Rio I I War-ren FOR THE LIBRARY FOR THE CHILDRENThe -
do Sul. HOT ONE
The three Brazilian ,- ; another The Globe-Wernicke sectional book cases, as many sections as, little wagons, go-carts and carriages both the children
I : 'rm. The names will be sent to the
Barraro.'. were Benjamin sent to Constant watch and the Daily Street Parade and Senate Monday for confirmation. Thisis you wish and several different styles. Pretty desks and combination and their dolls; hobby horses, etc.

i and see that no similar oc- Concert at 2 p. m. Seatson Ii a d..dde.j'irtory organization In for Florida the republicanS as there desks and book cases in oak and mahogany for the ladies; library FOR THE TRAVELER

; Brazilian' should government again happen made an while of- Sale at Ocala! News Co. wis opposition to those recommenda- tables in mahogany and golden oak morris chairs, pictures, rugs, The finest line of suit cases, valises, 'Psand trunks of allmoker's

.' protest against_ the action of> ''I' : ..J': made by the Republican State stands, etc. makes, styles, prices and finish, at exceedingly low prices. x
Prices, 50c, 75c and $t. I Exe utive Committee.:
; > officers
; to the German govern I : S
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GIVE YOUR STOMACH REST Wha: : child shows symrtoms othere f Handsome flat or roll desks in several sizes and and of
FIC. 1 top grades. OfStoyes ranges all sizes and grades with all the features.
*; is no time to experiment
i Xothing will cure indigestion thai ': ':-w rcn.edies, no matter how I fice chairs and tables, waste paper baskets lamps, etc. Linoleum for the floors, refrgerators and ice boxes.

.) digest the food itself! and gin ." *-.. > they: may be recommended
: stomach rest. You can't esp,ot r,. -.": '..- :s .I.e preparation that can al-
a weak stomach will regain i its .irs btdepended upon. It has been MISCELLANEOUS _
and get well when it is co,n- :'. u.-=. f..r many years and has never
that Venice Martin, the famous gold furniture, m tables and pedesassortment picture frame mouldings. A l line
to do the full work a sound t> -eh known to fail viz: Chamberlain I I i pretty of china and ;
1 should do. You couldn't e cit ..ugh Rerr.-dy.: Mr. M. F. Compton I tats, beautifully hand painted. The first ever shown in Ocala.. !: Ele- j i g lass novelties to be closed out below cost. Mirrors of all sizes,

1 \' a sick horse to get well \v hen \ MATTRESS : "rf Market.: Texas says of it. "I have gant hand embro.tderc Japanese: screens, lace, portiere and silk tapeshat i: racks, baskets of all kinds, foot stools, sjaple glass and
compelled to do a full day's work' : as. d Chamlooe-rlain's Cough Remedy in 11 i
j try curtains. \\ e hare Just establIshed an art department and have i j flower
ware, jardinieres
)' day of the week. Kodol Dyspep I severe cases of croup with my chil-1 pots, SADDLES, LAPa :1
ia Cure is a perfect digestant and di- WILL NOT LUMP irr.. and can truthfully say it alwayssues ; most exquisite line of etchings and oil 1 paintings, with an endless | ROBES, BUGGIES\VAGONS sewing machines, etc.,*.etC.
the food regardless of the condi- WILL NOT PACK prompt relief." For sale! by the I
i i of the stomach. Relieves Indig s- I Postoffice Drugstore. "
'; Belching Sour Stomach, and all Manufactured felt! thoroughly from pure clean white and cotton free- Call on or write to n? awl we ran :supply' your wants.: We ship goods to all parts of Florida. Our prices] and* f goods

:' [ disorders.Drugstore.Sold by thenti- from all dangerous germs. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE RENEWED' are fully guaranteed. We respectfully: ask for a share of your business. BL|

Sixty Days' Trial
The sleeping car service between "
For the benefit of many who cannot If, after sixty days' trial this mattress Jacksonville and Xew Orleans on Yours; for more business,
out through these Is not satisfactory, return to I
short days, our trains" No 77'; and 76, has been:
is dealer, (if tick is clean) and have rfSumI I xy
open every night until 9of your ed 1
on the Seaboard Air Line. All!
The Ocala Bazar, Home money refunded.
quarantine restrictions at Pensacola M'lVERy & MHKK
I Claus.
MelVER & MacKAY, Agents. have been removed. ._---


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EVENING STARC. FLORIDACONFERENCE'EI' work a great railroad I! E. Frazee; Fort Meade and Home- .

Argentine Republic was F. Pixton; Bowling Green. T.

executing-a railroad up to j Switzer; Arcadia J. P. DePass; CAPITAL $50,000.President
the Andes, along the coast i!| mission, E. J. Hardee; Xo- .
Proceedings of Saturday Evening;
i circuit, B. Margeson Fort My-
C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Mexico. He referred to the ; -""
Sunday and Monday BANKERS I Jno. L. Moon; Alva circuit J. T. T. T. MU\ OE. .
through Siberia.
All this
Proprietors and Publishers.C. i Il; Brownville circuit, J. A. Ow-
I sionary work of the largest j Vice President Z. C. CHAMBLISS. .
:, J
Afternoon I ; Punta Gordan and Charlotte Har- :

L. BITTINGER, Saturday tude. We must anticipate I T. J. Phillips; Winter Haven. T. Cashier, GEO. H. FORD. .
Conference called to order I Ocala Florida ready for the work to. !I
Editor and was bye Frink
General Manager ] ; Everglade mission, to be Assistant Cashier J. B. BROOKS.
p earth for Christ. Of the
'- th bishop at 3 p. m. Rev. T. J. KiX.1 j i .
I er and autocracy, where t

R. R. CARROLL on conducted the opening : church was supreme and ;,j 1 District-Ira S. Patterson,

City Editor and Business ManagerMR. The minutes of the morning ses- neither free
speech, free I I Presiding Elder
slon were read and approved. |i LOANS. iDEPOSITS. ligious literature. But the 1!
The sixth ballot Tampa 1st church H. C. Christian
was taken before ;
; coming when this
BUTLER autocratic :
the third delegate l to the Grand Con- 1 ICOSERYAT1SM. I sition would City mission, C. H. Summers; BANK
cease and a '
ference was chosen. Rev. I. S. Patter-i I Hyde Park W. J. Carpenter; CENTRAOF
ACCOMMODATION lution would do this which is
Mr. N. P. Butler died at 4 o'clock ,
son was elected. Revs. T. J. axon j I! Tampa Heights A. E. Hause-
He noted
I the fact of j
esterday t afternoon at the home of'I and F. Pasco were made the clerical j trolling the Suez Canal and ; Tampa mission M. H. Xortin;

hit son Mr. Lawrence Butler at St. alternates. : : City and West Tampa Cuban
j He spoke of the missionary spirit of ed States controlling the OCALA.
The call of of the by' Joseph Xorwood; Little It-
Petersburg. Mr. Butler was for names pastors
many Rev. Fletcher whom Florida furnished j i nal. This locking together
I districts was taken and ly, Italian mission" E. Ghidoni; Seff-
years a citizen of Frultland Park and up. reports for work In Cuba. He is a man who greatest commercial nations 1
heard. From all reports it is shown : circuit W. F. II. Roberts; Alafla
does He visits haunt of' i would hasten the spread of
vas a merchant and the i things. every j
postmaster j that a marked improvement has re- 1 I Williams; Palmetto, B. T. I J. K. CHRISTIAN. GEORGE MACKAT.T. .
I vice and Iniquity speaks to the in- !: pel. There is no religion like
at) that place. He was nearly 70 years i suited from the labors of the ministers j e; Braidentown. E. J. Gates; Man ,
>| mates and asks them to come and i I Christ's.. A noted puddhist I DIRECTORS: T. MUNROE, R. L. ANDERSON
pf age and for several years has been during' the year. Especially Is this i' :: W. C. Xorton; Oneco circuit, II.
hear him preach. Fletcher brings i I pher and writer said that 1 R. S.
shown In the Increase In the membership Highflinger; Sarasota, E. A. Towns- HALL. Z. C. CHAMBLISS.
practically an Invalid. He was a high- to pass. These are the men thegospel : needed was not the religion
of the church In the Increase In | : ; St. Petersburg X. H. Williams HERBERT A. FORD.
: I
ly educated man. and although sufferIng ) : is giving the world to aid its 11!I dhists, but that of Christ, to ;
cent of claims of a financial kind j circuit. R. J. Wells: Sutherland
| greatly, was pleasant patient and : per ;j I, redemption. Every district in Florida soldiers fearless of death and
and In its educational work. The P.. I. Barnett; Gulf mission. B,. -
rave to the end. The body wilL, I should furnish a missionary. and I i spirit is due the victories of -
I 1 tcess of j Jones; Blanton H. P. Blocker I
the Florida the
e burled at the old home in Fruitland !;' pay him. lie spoke of the Nashville: I i over their opponents. The :

ark. Mrs. F. W. Ditto of this city, property' of the Conference during its I missionary training school of the 600 I'':, must be educated or perish. circuit U. S. Tabor; Brooks-I -
l short history has been phenomenal, and mission. S. Scott;
Kir. Butler's youngest child went missionaries that the church had sent: : there is strength and in
and .the church is Justly of It, i r rI1 S. Brook; Plant City, C. W. Inman
own this afternoon to attend. the fu- proud : abroad. and whose pay is only $300 a L I the intention of uniting all ;' ] :
'and is rallying to It In sympathy and : : ) mission, A. M. Gardner; II I
ieraL I' year. It is a shame. We need better | sionaries of the different I
errort. Nearly three hundred students ( G. W. Mitchell; president
J equipped better 'tions under head do
men. paid, so when i one to
j have already been enrolled, and are { ( Florida Seminary, S. W. Walker, WEAREHEADQUARTERS
AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY I they enter new fields they can make work, and the splitting of
I said to be the finest set of young peo-' to Cuba, M. DeLoft-n; Con- ,
them self-supporting in propagating; I I theology to be forgotten in I
pie that has ever gathered at the In- colporteur J. P. Durrance; -
the of Christ. I II
Sunday was Methodist day in Ocala.
stitution. The value of this plant atj I ) school agent, B. K. Thrower;
The pulpits of the Baptist, Presbyterian He spoke of Dr. Granger's railroad I lie closed by relating a ,' I
Sutherland is I (' Missouri:
placed at Conference
$140,000. : ,
and Christian churches were j i pamphlet, which every preacher I. gestive incident that will J'I
i The Florida Methodists have not, J Mayor; to Louisville Conference,; I
ccupjed by Conference preachers. should get and read. It is full of meat.Jto I do with furthering the "
'h owever. In building up an educational R. Wagoner; to St. Louis Confer-
["dshop Candler preached In the This led the speaker to refer to the Christ in China. Dr. Parks ,'
plant in their own midst, lost interest '. C. F. Blackham; to South Geor-
ornlng at the Methodist church to of mission work in Hong and the
a' -- Best Place Town
In Wesleyan and Emory. Many Conference G. F. Austin. to Get Your
JAckcd house. Ins text was taken : I many friends among the
I of her sons and daughters go to these H Hmory COMING
from Habakkuk 3:2. The words chos- t historic schools for their training. I |j people of China especially

In were "0 Lord revive thy work In E has i! and the speaker said that Di Tulula Lodge, Nc22.LO.O.F.
fitted many of the ministers
I he midst of the year." He spoke of ( who are in the Florida Confer- : HOMPTY DUMPTY r !| and himself a few years ago ., -_ -_ .. HOLIDAY
coming national revival. It was a i i vited to a private banquet, >vSiy PRESENTS
I I.owertul lence, for their life work.A 3 meets every Tues-
address clear cut logical j young men, each worth a
evening in Yonge's
I very interesting feature of the afternoon Hall.
Ind Irrefutable. We will have ofI SPECT.\C'LAR PANTOMIME j lars tendered them. The
some I
session J. II. Spencer N.
was the report given G.
1:13 grand thoughts In tomorrow's Is- DIRECT FRO NEW YORK I) which the feast was given J
Royal Cole,
of the Italian work In Ybor City- i Secretary.
lue as lack of space excludes them I ace, the decorations rich ___
'Little Ital-done by Rev. E. Ghi- I
joday. ONE NIGHT ONLYDECEMBER | the courses 27 dishes of ,
j I j on!, he speaking of this in Italian. : NOTICE OF SESSION
Memorial services were held In the : coction. At this banquet he
afternoon nd being interpreted by Rev. Joseph I
commemorative of the j Norwood., \ 5th ] ed about his work. He said it -

eath of four pastors and wives of' i I ing well, but they needed ; Lodge No. 851, Benevolent and I

Ive ministers. Bishop Candler pre-|I I jof I The the following publishing were committee elected members of the |GAO: H. ADAMS' BIG COMPANY I | to tients.their hospital" to treat Protective Ordtr of Elks Our stock of goods, in price and quality cannot be excelled in this
"Yes said
ided. Those commemorated were Florida Christian Advocate: Revs. W. j a young : section of the We have
; sessions country.
I a of
(leva. C. A. Fulwood, who died sudj. ACTORS, ACTRESSES ;jj-'irany I! use it to excess. splendid assortment Dolls and
Carr:>ter. T. J. Nixon L. W. Moore 2nd and 4th
|enly at the chancel rail; J. A. How- and J. htllburn, and Messrs. W. N.hfoats. DANCERS will the annex" cost?" "Ten In each Toys of all kinds. Games, Children's Furniture, Picture Books, Footballs -
ind. who was taken suddenly ill at [: ]HANDSOME and dollars, answered Dr.
tbie i. G. Davis and G. B. Glover. | COSTUMES. | ': Visiting and Looking Glasses Christmas
"Well. said the ; Cards Calendars Fine Stationery .
Orlando meeting a year ago; J. S. : The committee on periodicals and j GORGEOUS:: SCE"ERY.BUSTETI young ,
:arnett and F. E. Shupp. Wives of "why don't you ask for It?" : cordially and Fountain Pens. .
books then SndConference
rendered its report. i BROWN .
lastors: Mrs. Frazee of Floral City. great trepidation and fear

llrs. E. J, Gates of Palatka Mrs. J. JILl I :Rev. Dutill adjourned of Riverside until Monday.presided. made the request of his }' S.Exalted T. Sistrunk.Ruler. Our store i is filled with beautiful China, in Statuary, Vases and

aylor and Mrs. J. A. How land of Tampa ] he collection taken up at the closeof .. who this said: "Certainly; at the 't David S. Williams. Secretary.- fancy articles: of all kinds, such as Dishes, Plates Cups and Saucers
social ,
[ and Mrs. Austin of Dunnellon. the gathering I'll give
meeting was $118. t-
he services were deeply affecting. I check for the amount," which etc.

Rev. P. II. Whisner of Louisville I i 1 Saturday EveningDr. So you see what friendly j READ: THIS:

ty.. secretary of the Church Exten- ; \V. R. Lamberth senior missionary i I;; I I do for the good work. | .

jioh .Board preached an excellent serI 1 secretary of the II. E. Church Other interesting things : Mobile, Ala., Dec. 2t, 1899.

ion "on the "Wickedness of Doing :t South at Nashville Tenn.. made the f; ::, and many amusing stories told Dr. E. W. Hall St. Louis Mo.-Dear

address of the evening on mission ferring to the value of I
othlng.The church was again : Having tried different doctors and

lacked with delighted listeners.I i. work to a crowded house. The doctor I furthering the good work remedies for several years for

I At the Christian church Rev. J. B. was born in China, his father being I (I well under way. and kidney trouble, I found noth-

jitchell preached in the morning and one of two missionaries that first oc- I It was a great occasion a successful until taking The Tex- IN TOILET ARTICLES
| J. B. the.l eufiied Chinese territory supported by dress, and which certainly ,
eVe Ley a former pastor of ,1 I Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery,
ala M. E. church, filled the pulpitnibt. the M. !> Church, South. The other j #4'4 words of wisdom. being rapidly cured, the old say-

j t! J Georgia was the and noted known Dr. Young to so many J. Allen of our of I List of Appointments II with railroad men is "God bless We can surely please you. The goods are ususually beautiful, in
|At the
Presbyteilan church Rev. W. I man who Invented the Pullman

Carpenter of Tampa officiated in i,j'older citizens he having visited this 1 I I Following are the i j car," but I say "God bless the Sterling, Plain Ebony, Celluloid, Leather, etc., for ladies, gentlemen or

|e morning. and Rev. W. M. |! city a decade or so ago when his son circuits and churches to the I \' of Hall's "
Poage. i ( Texas Wonder. children. In Perfumes and Cosmetics
1 Attorney Edgar Allen, was a memberof I for next year: | Soaps we always lead, and have
pastor of the Ocala Metho- II j Yours truly W. B. Clark, .

1st church, at night I,! the Ocala bar but who. some years I II i Tallahassee District-J. E. I IJ j M. & O. R. R Co., Mobile, Ala. a particularly fine line this season.

j At the i ago returned to China where he was Presiding Elder I II
Baptist church Rev. J. E. J
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Bring us trade. Your
your holiday will further and the
born. The address was a most Interesting I money go
ekey, of i
Emory College, Tallahassee. W. M. Poage; j A TEXAS WONDER

dord. Ga., filled the pulpit in the i, and instructive one and none ; j I cello, Smith Hardin; Leon I One small bottle of the Texas Won- goods: will be better.ANTIMONOPOLY.

1-jrning and Rev. I. C. Jenkins trans- j }who heard It regretted the time spent I I i M. Mann; Quincy, J. A. ; I j!' Hall's Great Discovery, cures all
I The doctor is a pleasant speaker and I If
jrred from the Georgia Conference, Quincy circuit J. A. St<- ; and bladder troubles,

leached at night. We had the please -j i of has the gift of so presenting the facts New York's Greatest Sensation !I I Gadsden circuit, F. A. Taylor Lkeenak i I cures diabetes, seminal removesi emls"i -
] history along mission lines that it
| of hearing Rev. Jenkins. He Is a I circuit F. A. Taylor; I i I weak and lame backs, rheuma-

Jry logical and pleasant speaker. I jsoon| dawns on your mind as :you Col- : : way circuit. B. H. Freeman; circuit'H.:!: and all irregularities of the kid-
l low
I him in his logical deductions that EVE I'I
All In
the day was as bright and | | circuit G. H. Roberts; Blue )" and bladder in both men and wo-

lautiful as could be desired, and the i.nlslers j i.the mission work of all' the churches : i-ircuit, to be supplied) ; Regulates bladder troubles In
'i is one of the greatest and grandest
who officiated sowed good I[ Henry AucilU circuit. A.
; J. : If not sold by druggist DRUGSTOREH.
that The Creation of a Woman Out of your
,'d and left j ever occupied the attention of the'world
a i
deep Impression. '! Mayo circuit A. L. ; be seat by mall on receipt of $1.
|The Conference and is moving on with wonder- Nothing
meeting brought i ipeople I Town mission. D. G. McDaniel; small bottle is two months' treat-
i ful increase and The The Most :
to jwwer. addressn i Startling and Unexplainable'
Ire church
Sunday than t tve and Taylor mission, R. N. : ,.and< seldom fails to perfect a
| been there In many a long day. r r I full would make highly interesting, Act Ever Given on the i one to be supplied: Madison Dr. E. W. Hall. sole manufac- C. GROVES HOWARD WALTERS.
but its ,
Ocala :'leading length precludes ourj American Stage
Its |
appreciation i i i ii Cole; Madison circuit W. J. P O. Box 629, St. Louis Mo.
the of this j i'giving it, and we can only indicate his i Tickets now on sale at the
presence distinguished Ocala j West Madison circuit, F. C. 1; for testimonials.

|Jy of dMnpsTflTo'ior nearly a week'j II' thought and reason and let the read- News Company's Store. Prices 23c.: Carrabelle. J. R. Crandall; ;, Sold by all druggists and Anti-Mo- .,.,.... """""s -_ ._ I
1 er imagine the forceful diction used I I _
ae acceptable of 50c, 75c and $1. I ville
guests our Ii circuit F. J. Patterson; : Drugstore. d

pi table people. I. i in giving it penetration. The subject i I icola. .T. .S... fr.nn.1nll----.----__-, __!_:......_... '
needs no argument. Facts prove its
i i i Silver; Woodville mission J.
need. Missionary work is the direct
command of our Master. To supply I! i I
StubbornCoughs Jacksonville District-J. P.
this iHfd the church exists. The ;
following are the names of the petit i 1! Elder i
I spirit Ilf the Master is .
missionary.'The :
q for ,the week: E. T. William: ; ;
real missionary work of Jacksonville 1st church J.
the1. ;
4" Crawford. A. I). Mitchell B. C. j
) E. Church South begain in 1870. Jacksonville Riverside R. II. ;
jbb. H. H. Whttworth C. A. Lid-j
L 'shortly' after the civil war.lIen and Jacksonville! Springfield and A GRAND HOLIDAYTHIS
H. C Gates II. II. Laj-ham. W. I DISPLAY
I Nix C. II. Mathews. Geo. G. Math- i'. Lambeth, who from IS6:!. supplied City mission F. J. Xorsworthy;

T D. Bryan. The jury in the case themselves as best they could, continued sonville. St Mathew E. F. Ley;

;1 to do so until tho church got sonville. Highway avenue and
[George Dickson, accused: of assault i
h Intent to kill found him not i I j''ty. 'money to assist them. In 1S70! we only ma J. Lawton :Moon; Duval ,

1 I :had one missionary field that of Chi- T. M. White; Fernandina H.

'' na. Today we have missionaries in ridge; King's Ferry and ,
he second case )Js on trial that of'I and ColdsCURED
Cuba. Mexico, Brazil, Japan Corea T. Bell: Callahan, J. R. Taylor;
II I Smith for resisting an officer. W.
IZewadskl is defending him. i j';' and China. The territory they occupy Cove and Middleburg.. J. H. D. : ; HOLIDAY SEASON I have to offer to my friends by far the Largest

embraces 50.000,000 people in the six Hastings mission G. J. ; ,
here were nine colored prisoners: :, |
I he bar this morning and the court i I Conferences named and represent 344 BYFOLEY'S MacClenney mission A. M. :
II and Best Selected Stock of Fine
Ise !I workers in the spread of the gospel. Lake City. I. C. Jenkins: Goods ever offered to the
was full of colored people.WILSON i people o
Three thousand children are in our circuit, F. L. Clowson; White

JONES I mission schools. Then there were no circuit, J. Beers; Wellborn ( Florida in the lines mentioned- below.

hospitals now there are six which HONEY J. Z. Barr; Fort White circuit.

I have aided 32,000:! people. In 1870 C Eads; Live Oak H. Dutill;

faring. Lee an Wilson afternoon of Williston ride yesterMr. and- I there were no churches now C4, 134 1 Mountain mission. H. S. ; I Come in early and make your selection while the stock is unbroken.

I per B. F. Mason Hamilton
Is Lucilo Jones of Irvine visited I chapels and 179 congregations with- AND TARObstinate :
out a cover. Schools and colleges are J. Nease; Bayard and :\
j ice Smith of Fairfield and were ,
dotting these Conferences and the sion J. T. Duncan; Editor
rifd. Then then returned to the racking Coughs that make
fields are white for the harvest. Thereis Christian Advocate F. Pasco.
of the brid 's parents and in- your head ache, your throat and lungs Jewelry and Diamonds Hollow
i no record like it. Such results East Coast District-S. W. and Flat Ware
led them of their mairlage. They sore and inflamed, that rob you of
should set us aglow and make us push Presiding Elder
| couple left late in the afternoon
the battle for Christ and the salvationof sleep until your system becomes so rundown I have a magnificent line of solid; in The
I Williston, where they will reside. souls to the verge. that you are in grave danger of Key West. 1st church E. A. : gold jewelry housekeeper, or those selecting gifts for friend

I,sterday morning in his study Rev. He paid a glowing tribute to Florida Pneumonia Consumption, are quietly son Cecil; ;Key Key West West.Sparks Memorial | ', ringSj emblems, brooches, chains, necklaces, brace homes, should see my handsome stock of quadruple plate

". Carroll united in marriage Mr. and her position in the work and said cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. A. Myres; Key West La J lodetetc.: The nevtt in style and design:: and a and solid silver table ware of all kinds. As
good as
that she was one of the most heroic.
|ley William Strob and Miss HelJGeorgine !- I ., Dominquez: Key Largo tock of
Thateherine Wiling. :: He paid a high tribute to Rev. Joseph FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR supplied; Biscayne Bay to ( high grade diamonds.Sterling1 be had and amply warranted.Handsome.

I i Xorw ood) of Tampa whi i had been a plied: Lemon City, to be :

1ISCALLEDHAIR TONICS" I I' previous missionary in Mexico and soothes and heals the inflamed air passages Delray. L. Oser; :Miami L. D. ;

the conspicuous work he did. What allays the feverish conditions, West Palm Beach, H. Hice: Ft.

Hair Tonics-are Merely Scalp i! pained the speaker was that such men stops the cough and prevents serious and Stuart, T. W. Tompkies; Silver China -

I only asked fur $IO0U to aid the work results from a cold. River mission, Oliver Fans;

Irritants of No Value i i! when they should have $10,000. circuit W. F. Allen; New
We the
most stock of
|8t hair preparations are merely 1 I He referred to the Italian missionary FOLEY'S HONEY AND TARis Port Orange J. N. Glasier: carry complete sterling silver The most exquisite china in town is on display in my

I irritants miscalled hair tonics. ', at Tampa whom Bishop Worth of J. E. Mickler; DeLand. R. L. :! for the ladies' dre.'>er or table and many little

i hair is brittle, lusterless and':': Rome. sent to occupy at his the(the Meld speaker's which) has request the only prominent cough medicineon er sia. Fruitland W. Louder to be supplied" ; :: for gifts for all of your friends and relatives. Our store. Many entirely original designs, unequaled In

TnSfS-ki. the dandruff germ the market that does cot contain ; Palatka. J. ;

kttlng in its deadly woik at the become known as "Little Italy" In opiates or harmful drugs of any kind missionary to Cuba. H. W. ) and brush: sets are unusually handrome. beauty of finish.
to work Catholic
J Since Tampa upon superstition -
sapping the vitality. and ignorance. This emi.gration and on this account is safest for children.It Gainesville District-F. R.
Ice discovered that dandruff is a Presiding Elder
is growing. and in years to unexcelled for Croup and Whooping
I disease there has been only one' Gainesville T. J. Nixon
Cough and will quickly the ; Cut Glass
liration come the South will have tens ofthousands cure Edison
put on the market that F. Tresca: LaCrosse mission PhonographThe
I of them; in proof of which racking cough which follows measles
actually destroy the dandruff Drown
: High Springs circuit,
read the president's The and leaves so children with weak
I. and that is N'ewbro's Herpicide.des- South on general principles.message.dislike lungs unless properly many treated. Outland; Starke and Waldo, prettiest of all table ornaments cut glass: can be A good stock of Edison Phonographs from $10 to $50

Ilckly the germ reduces; and scalp the falling fever hair the idea but the inevitable is upon us Remember the name Foldy's trunk White;: Melrose Interlachen circuit mission.T. j here. Any article desired and in all of the pretty each, with over four hundred different records in stock to

and we should be prepared to meet the
Honoy and Tar-and refuse substi-
and hair grows luxuriantly.1Jyour tide that is turning Southward. Dur- Jones; Bushnell circuit T. F. : ig1l5. select from,
druggist for Herpicide. ItIs tutes that cost you the same as the Wildwood.. L. Lynn; Ocala ,
the a million of Immigrants
ing year
itching Instantly and permits> genui e. Do not take chances with Moore; Umatilla circuit. A. II.
landed on our Chores, the most of
lialr to grow. i iId some unknown preparation. Lady Lake mission, T. L. ;
them from Southern IUroIready Watches and Clocks Miscellaneous
by leading druggists. Send lOc rice punters in Mississippi and Lou- Leesburg. T. V.". Moore: Cotton

Limps for sample to the IlerplcldeI I Consumption Threatened circuit ,y. A. Weir; Dunn -
these laborers.
I Detroit :Mich. Tydings & Co., : They isiana do are good employing sen ice. and i is is the C. linger, 211 St. Crystal" River. H. W. Funk; : My[ stock of watches, :solid gold and filled. :ilver Elegant carving sets, in many different patterns and
|al agents OC a.Ia. Fla. Maple Champiagn, : circuit. J. L. Yeates Reddick

| mission of the We to look look afterthdr HI., writes: "I was troubed: with a E. Y. Kilgore; Citra.;G. H. York; and gun metal, :surpasses= anything in town. Ladies' half a dozen grades. The famous Universal Coffee Perco-
I spiritual! upon
YSTERS ARE IN SEASON them with suspicion and distrust, but hacking cough for a year and I thought anopy circuit. E. A. Gray; I ( Gentlemen's sizes, open faces or hunting cases, and lator, made of aluminum (try one you will not part with
: consumption. I tried a great circuit. A. M. Daiger Bronson
i other nations are seeking them. One I many ; price want. but all A line of it. Fine umbrellas fountain .
you guaranteed. good ) and
line of steamers to Brazil have 1200: remedies and I was under the care of: R. M. Williams; Rochelle gold pens, ladies' purses

lie E k's Cafe, opposite the agents seeking these men and holdingout physicians for several months. I used; S. Collier; Anthony circuit I( in several grades. and chatelaine bags, etc., etc. .

j. L passenger depot, is now inducements to them to go to Brazil one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar; Cunningham: missionary to '

Ing in style. The i one plantation employing 7uOO of I it cured me, and I have not been troa- Y. Fletcher; student" in

oysters any them. !! bled since." Henry College, Va., J. A. carte house in the city. He referred to the growth of Jacksonville OrlarWo District-J. W. Bigham If you cannot call, write me your wants: and your order will have careful attention. _

|tly first-class in all respects.G. and Tampa and how Amerl-\ ,I Three siz"s-25c, SOc, $1.00. siding Elder

R. TROXLER, Prop. cans were flocking to Cuba. the northern The SO cent size contains two and I Orlando. R. V. Atkisson;

shores of which he predicted I :: one-half 'imes as much as the small size W. Austin" ; Sanford. D. B. : '

(account of the Confederate Vet- would soon have palatial hotels and[ and the $1.00 bottle almost six times I :Maitland Mission, W. H. ; A. E. BURNETT THE JEWELER :

Reunion the Seaboard Air Line winter resorts like the East Coast of i as much. Apopka. T. S. Armistead; ,

11 tickets on December 12, Urn- Florida and the work that this would L. R. Jenkins; Oakland circuit .
December 15, returning,at J2.30 mean demands laborers and these 1mmlgraJats RECOMMENDED BY Harris; Bartow, J. B. Mitchell; !I

|e round. trip. spoken of will be the ones. THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE. I land. J. R. Cason; Mulberry I' 0CJtL1: =t, :FLORID

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H. ROBINSON, Pnsidtnt J. C. BOOZER, Assistant i Manager. BOUGHT A HOME MAO DOG IN TOWN o-o-o--o-o-o-o-o-. V

8. H. BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. COME: AND SEE t
Mr. J. W. Kea has purchased the Ocala had a mad dog scare yester- A MECCA .

E. C. Bird residence which he has occupied day, the first in many years, and with ?I .

for some time on the corner V OUR LINE OF- I the thought of the experience Jacksonville ? 0, ,
north of the Oklawaha Inn. Messrs. i has been having lately and I V FOR THE J -

OOMMEROIPBANK Ditto and Maloney made the sale to I the several deaths resulting from the

him. Mr. Kea is a traveling man and Blankets Comforts Sweaters, rabbies our people were worked up Ii 0 LID A Y SHOPPER '
both he and his wife have many I to quite a high pitch of excitement.Mr. 1.

OCALA FLORIDA.Your friends in Ocala. Henry Stokes was going up 0
Ladies' and Children'sCoats
Fort King avenue yesterday morning, b Ji.II

GLENWOOD ARRIVALSW. when a small, half-pointer dog circled I
I Ib
A. Weir, wife and child. Cotton around ran up behind and bit FO ,
I Our is ,
Business with us will Protect you Against Plant; C. C. Cecil, Sutherland; G. H. him on the hand. He went on to his store a "SHOPPER'S MECCA, .

Earp. Norfolk, Va.; D. S. Ferguson destination and came back down the I I and our lineot JEVELRYVATCHES, DIAMONDS. Y V

Burglary, Fire and Careless Handling of Funds. Tampa; J. C. Wheeler, Ocala; Mrs. E. o street, when the dog rushed out of!I I
R. Thomas, Atlanta; F. A. Peake. A Full Line of a yard and again tried to bite him.I I CLOCKS, BRIC-A-liRAC, CHINA, CUT\GIASS, Y

Gainesville; B. Majgeson, and wife, Mr. Stokes broke off a picket from ., Z JAPANESE GOODS, HOLIDAY BOOKS>MUSIC 9
the fence and ran the dog several
Rogers Ark.; J. P. Musselwhite and
HTEREST OX TIME DEPOSITS SiFT DEPOSIT VAULTS wife Orlando; G. C. Zarlon, Jacksonville UNDERWEARFor blocks finally overtaking and killing, o! AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, STATUARY I VI

; Mrs. S. C. Means, Oxford Ga.; it on South Third street, opposite :Mr.Sanders' ." I STERLING AND PLATED WARE, ETC., ETC., Y
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Eduarto Ghidoni Rome, Italy. residence. He then had the o

OCCURRENCES Mr. Paul D. Bateman who has been Everybody. i wound cauterized and later in the I Ii o I is the finest ever shown in Central Florida. Goods are J.' _

the efficient manager of Stock F arm, I WEATHER FORECAST day had the dog's head and spine taken -
arriving by freight. Don't fail to examine
No. 17. near Santos. for Mr. W. M. Washington Dee 11.-Fair tonight off, and left on the night train o every our 1'-

Elka meet-tomorrow night Gist will sever his relation with that !I and slightly warmer in north and central IIELVENST ON-PATEllR COMPANY V for Atlanta to take the Pasteur treatment o I stock. We guarantee price and quality.OCALA" Y I

institution this week and go to Alach- portions; Tuesday, fair and if the analysis shows the dog to 0

Beavers meet Friday evening. ua county to engage in the stock busIness I warmer. I ____ have had rabbies.j o bI J'-
for himself. Mr. Beal of [cln- j ------- -- j During the day this dog bit littla I V

Rebekahs meet Thursday! night. tosh will be Mr. Bateman's successor. CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT I All the latest styles in iron beds at V T. D. Lancaster on the hand and Mrs. o I 9 I II
> Lancaster left today with the boy to
prices that are low. Ocala Furniture
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday evening Our cut glass and fine china which they cannot reach the seat of the dis Apply to Chas. K. Sage, 44 South Company.A j have him treated also in Atlanta. o.

will be on display in a few days will I ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu- Second St., east. I' I Marshal Cleveland was bitten by,I o 4

Ever Ready BatteriM. Th Yonge I be a revelation to the people of this tional disease, and in order to cure it beautiful line of fine china In the the dog, but his clothing prevented b.I JEWELERS.

CIin Co.Captain city. Ocala Music Company.Mr. you must take Internal remedies. Eye strained, if neglected may lead I most exquisite patterns at A. E. Bur- the breaking of the skin. Mail CarrierI I .

I Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally !:i to total loss of eyesight. Call and I nett's. I LaRoche and Ray Hunt were also at- -o-o ,

Stone, the veteran Is on W. L. Bell. who has been in the i I and acts directly on the blood i!' have Dr. D. M. Boney examine them. I II I I tacked by the dog, but not bitten.

I he sick list. turpentine business at Berlin for a :' and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrhi i Office up stairs, Gary building. II The biggest line of Holiday Goodswe It behooves Ocala to watch the dog
number of has to South J$ I II question very closely, and strictly enforce -
years gone
Cure I carried. them under
i Is not a quack medicine. It was Ii\ ever Inspect
The best line of tablets etc., at the Florida with his family, to go into the I prescribed by one of the best physicians -i j Fine Dimity Fabric Linen Paper In our searchlights. Open nights until 9 i I the dcg ordinance. FOR SALE;

)cala News Company. same business. His present postoffice in this country for years and is pound packages, at the Anti-Monopoly I o'clock. The Ocala Bazar, Home of j -
tddress is Eloise. Fla. j Drugstore. Santa Claus. CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
i a regular prescription. It Is composedof r
A. E. Burnett the Jeweler can sup- the best tonics known, combined I j ....By.... -
[,ly your every want In Jewelry. I Remember we are the oldest holiday i The ladies of the Episcopal church .
i I I with the best blood purifiers, acting See my stock of cut glass before Try French Rose Violet Extract, the i
goods house In town and we stick to I j I will hold their annual bazaar at the
directly on the mucous surfaces. The you buy elsewhere. A. E. Burnett. I popular perfume at the AntiMonopoly I
Hardwater Soap, the best in the I Irket. our own line. Ocala News Company.Mrs. I'I perfect combination of the two ingredients -I Drugstore. I armory Thursday, December 14, beginning V Ditto and SVfaloney.
Postoffice I i at 4
at the Drugstore.All I is what produces such wonderful Electric house wiring. Guaranteed I p. m.
Frank Teague and children left Pieces of art and fancy work, suitable -
kinds of office' supplies in our I I today for Lady Lake prior to movingInto i, for testimonials results in free.curing Catarrh. Send i material and workmanship. The Yonge .I Still at the top-Nunnally's Can-I, for Christmas gifts, will be on ..
i Cline Co. HOMES
tatlonery department. The Postoffice their new home on Foit King av- F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., I i Postoffice Drugstore. sale." Also fine home-made candies, LOTS*

Jrugstore. I II enue. Toledo, Ohio. I in original fancy boxes.

I I I Sold by druggists, price 75c. Take -- I The feature of the evening will be No. 1. Good 2 story, 8 room house. Splendid porches. 'ard 1-4 V
The first frost of the season thisiornlng. Our store is open every night until i an elegant turkey supper, served by
Hairs Family Pills for constipation. i acre. Near High school. A big bargain._... . .$1300 ,
Particles of ice were found 9 o'clock. | The Ocala Bazar; F. P. i the young ladies with everything to
L still water. Gadson. 'I' Among the noted persons presentat : High Grade, Reasonable : make a tempting and complete meal. No. 2. Six room cottage and 20 acres of good land with -ome fine

I the M. E. church yesterday morn- I Another feature will be the "sale at I IJ J peach trees Only a mile and a half from town. I'>>'.ce..$500

Bring; the children or send the chil- Mr. R. S. Hall spent Sunday in the i ling was A. O. MacDonell of Jacksonville the country store." I' No. 3. Splendid 8 room house, new roof, newly painted, etc, Large

beala ten to see Old Santa Claus at the city with his family, returning to the popular assistant general : Priced Millinery at Price of supper, 50c. Admission to yard running through entire block. South Third street, 2nd

Bazar. I Tampa today. passenger agent of the Seaboard Air I armory, free. warJ. See this. Price-----------.....-. .... ......$1800No.

I Line Ry., a devoted Methodist and I 4. Nicest small house in Known as Colby house in 1st r
ilr Henry Stevens of High Springs See the window display. Positively I a man who has more warm friends A. Nash's.We REMARKABLE CURE"I city.

spending a few days in Ocala with I I bushels of jewt'lr-just to give you a j among the ministers of the state, regardless -i. was much afflicted with sciatica ward, near in. This house is a beaHty and will sell quick at

l.s parents. I little Idea of the way goods are com :I of color, than any railroad ," writes Ed. C. Nud, lowaville, the low price of--------------------------------- $1800No.

I Join I ing in at the Ocala Music Company's man that has ever had a similar posi I,I Sedgwick Co., Kan., "going about on 5. Splendid farm containing 120 acres best land. Some good _

the Kodak Correspondence Jewelry Store. tion. Mr. MacDoncll not only earn I II I crutches and suffering a deal of pain.I hard wood, some good fruit, etc. Some newly fenced. 3 1-2

chool.totrlce See Drugstore.Gerig about It. at the to attend the Conference, but to visit II I receive the celebrated: ( age hat, also best was induced to try Ballard's Snow miles south of town. Price____ __..______..__..__..$1200
The largest line of school and his sister. Mrs. Rawls, mother of Mr.
correspondence -
Liniment, which relieved me.
) No. 6. Nice 8 room house, large yard. Some fine shrubbery and
S. make of I bats
A. Rawls. pattern
weekly. Always
tablets at the Anti-Mo- : something "
1 used three 50c. bottles. It Is the
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shuford. dur- :. nopoly Drugstore.OF Ii I nearV.. \V. Clyatt's home in first ward. House in good .'
to look at. greatest liniment I have ever use;};
I ne\v
jg Conference entertained ReJ.! There is nothing in the furniture ,I have recommended it to a number of condition. Cheap at-----------...... ............$1300No.

I. and Edward Ley. INTEREST TO MOTHERS line too good for you. We have it. I jtersons; all express themselves as being 7. Two good building lots only four blocks from 'square near

Ocala Furniture Company. benefited by it. I now walk with- Ocklawaha avenue. Must go at once at, each. ......$250 V.
A big lint or nandteme quilts and V
Thousands of little ones die every Don't forget the place. out crutches, able to perform a greet No. 8. For investment One and
'pmforii at reasonable prices. Ocala year of croup. Most of them couldhave i Rerm-mber the city election tnmori : new 5 room cottage 2 new 3 room /
deal of light labor on the farm.
furniture cottages. Near in. Pay in rents $17 month or 20 J
Company. i row. Every registered voter in the per percent
been saved by a few doses ofFoley's
23c.; !50c. and $1 at all druggists.
Honey and Tar and every( city should go to the ballot box and G. A. Nash's Red Front Store, net on investment at the price of. ............$85Q

love Mr and Mrs. Clifford Anderson will family with children should keep it In i vote his convictions. HUMPTY DUMPTYAt No. 9. Good 5 room house and 28 good lots one mile west of town.
into the Teague cottage on Ft.
the house. It contains no opiates andis I South Side of Square. Must be sold at once. .. .. .. ........_........_..$400 I
Ing avenue this week. safe and sure. Mrs. George H. Picket { If you are going to put down mat- .
I Marion Opera House, Dec. 15th
San Francisco, Cal., writes: "My i i ting, we would like to show you what, I If you want to buy come early or your choice will be gone. V

Mr. Clifford Ayer spent Sunday in baby had a dangerous attack of croup[ we have in that line. Ocala Furniture ,I "Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,

wn with Mr. Bennie Condon. and. and we thought she would choke to, Company. I THE OCKLAWAHA INN Humpty Dumpty had a great fall; DITTO & MALONEY, .
I Xot all the horses
[ft today for McIntosh king's :
death. but one dose of Foley's Honey
and Tar relieved her at once after I i There was only one case in the I Xor all the king's men Main Street Ocala, Fla, eWE

| Others may have furniture, but for other remedies had failed. We are:mayor's court this morning, a negro, ., A Pleasant Homelike : Could put Humpty Dumpty back V V
>S same price our goods are better. never a minute without it in the ( charged with being drunk. He forfeiteu I 0 ), ... I .r; -. ; again." I II V

cala Furniture Company.Mrs. house." Sold by the Postoffice Drug- I a $5; cash bond. I 'V ,t V J H"w familiar the above lines; what I "-'
I Elegant, Airy Rooms and thee \ CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF '.
store. memories they conjure up; what dear
George Dlttmer and children We can suit you in either box or
: very Choicest Table Board. !I faces they bring before our eyes. The
|turned yesterday from a few days* Mr. A. P. Stuckey will 1 leave tomorrow tablet paper both as to quality and I :
Lit to Mr. Dittmer at Holder.A for New York on important i prke. The stoffice Drugstore. | I j mother's whispered song to still our i; :
railroad business.': I. Special Rates in Summer, to |i! childish lit-tulance or to draw our in- j HARDWAREI'T

i I fant mines from childish sorrows." J .
I Do shave ? If our
pretty line of diamonds the fint you yourself so use
Weekly and Monthly Boarders. i| "HUln ty Dumpty with all aUrae- i
ever shown in Ocala will be here Call at the greenhouse for chrysanthemums -I Palmer's Shaving Cream Soap, the I
li a few days. Ocala Music Company. -they are now in bloom; alsorost's i best you ever tried. The Postoffice I tiveness. including Little Goody. Two V
Shoes Buy Blue Old One-Two and
Drugstore.We .
and carnations.AN I /
I !I the Good: Fairy and not forgetting his Japalac"Wears
FOR RENT Comfortable rooms in I MRS. HATCHELL, I
leasant locality with or Ithout EMERGENCY MEDICINEFor I ran get you engraved cards V 4 1 Satanic Majesty, together with the
Lard. j weding invitations special and Proprietress. I' beautiful Columbine and the agile J. Like Iron."
Fur address, inquire at the tally I .: V
liar office. sprains bruises burns. scalds II place cards. Prices right. Ocala V.;.,. :'.. I. I IIarle and similar injuries there is nothing I News Co. i -_ OCALA FLORIDA I dazzling magnificence: and intersperc- 'C
I ed with a potpourri of vaudeville j V varnish for VVV
Mrs. Sam Potts Eagleton and little so good as Chamberlain's Pain Balm.It
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Liugbter returned today from a few soothes the wound and not onlygi't's !" Mrs. F. A. Gunderson. an accom-1i i I comic opera and pantomime, all rich I II rdwnnd fJnn
tiys* visit to Mrs. Moyers at Dunnel- instant relief from pain, but: I pushed music teac-her now residing I in visual effects and presented with I II \ 8 VV V

In. causes the parts to heal in about one- i( with Mrs.' S. R. Pyles and family. I :ill the detail of a grand spectaculari'rodueti.n ;' either aid or new. It dries"' : '-

I third the time required by the usual[ i I south of Ocala as musical instructress will be at the Marion I' .
The Ideal Waterman fountain pen treatment. Sold by the Postoffice for Mrs. I'ylps' children, left today ReStallrallt. |: Opera House Dec. 15th.; ''iltllItI with a beautiful luster, and

pkea a good Christmas present. Get Drugstore. 'I for St. Petersburg to spend a few I The cast is most efficient and is retains its brilliancy throughwear
|tern at the Ocala News Company. All I weeks at her old home and among old I: headed by that inimitable pantomi-i
radea.Mr. I* S. Cleveland the engineer fOil friends.Go mist and children's favorite, George !I III. and tear right down to i
Adams whose personation" of the! rri
the Dunnellon Phosphate Company, I the wood. Besides Natural
Defile Weathers spent Sunday came up this morning. He has beenin to the Ocala News Company and V funny mischievous village tease is j .

town with his parents, leaving toy tlu service of this company ever get your dolls toys and fireworks. All : -:XFirst Class Meals one of the best conceptions of the I Jap-3-LaC comes in twelve col
part that has ever graced the boards
for Dunnellon and vicinity. since it began operation best grade goods.
I of the stage of Europe or America.Mr. ors. It is a stain and varnish
GA3EFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES Adams is a consummate masterIf
The grand jury is again in session. combined, and rejuvenates
!and the criminal court began its work I facial expression, in fact, he "talks V "

I this morning. The first case called Dining Room open until midnight. Personal with his face." "You can DO the Work Yourself." everything about the home. .j.

was that of George Dickson charged The most noted of the vaudevilleacts ',
J. E. BANKSTON. I orders
attention given to special anythingthe .
with assault with intent to kill. An II presented will be that entitled A Full Stock of All Kinds of / ,,
attachment was issued for Juryman: market offers prepared_ for the table on "Eve." or the birth of woman out of

Dealer in i W. O. Harrison and a venue for five I short notice. nothing, or ai ror space, or the sudden -I
jurymen. consolidation" of minute particles Jap-a-Lac I :

''resri and Cured Meat of all Kinds, I I I I Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar making the whole through instant'I

transformation, into a perfect, breath- .
Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. For Sale in Ocala by 'I
ing woman, of surpassing beauty ot, .
Produce Vegetables Fresh Fish I "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years
choked to death early yesterday': Special Price to Regular Boarders form and f ice. The combination of, f
"Humpty Iiumpty" is the strongestever MARION HARDWARE COMPANY
and Poultry.NO morning at his home in the presence ;
together, and the whole
of his wife and child. lie contracted I gotten isj i iI
THE GARhiiOHAEL & SON GOAt given under the management of Er- it--, .-
FLIES ARE ALLOWED IN OUR STALLS. a slight cold a few days ago and paid:' i -.-",:
I nest Cooke late of Buffalo Bill's show.
but little attention to it. Yesterdaymorning i,
At the Marion house, Decem- V
McGrath's Stand
HARE YOUR TRADE \VITH us he was seized with a fit of I opera
coughing which continued for some"
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED time. His wife sent for a physicianbut
I before he could arrive another COULD NOT HELP HER ;, You Should Visit

FREE DELIVERY. !coughing I spell came on and Duckwell!! BARGAIN TIME "I had kidney trouble for years," :

:: died from suffocation. Louis ,Ii writes Mrs. Raymond Connor of Shelton V

Phone No. U .. Stalls II and J3, City Market. i! Globe Democrat, Dec. 1st, 1901:" j Wash., "and the doctors could not;| THE NEW RACKETR

-- I Ballard's Horehound Syrup would : HT I help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure,
have saved him. 25c., 50c. and $1 at i and the very first dose gave me relief
i! all druggists. j I; and I am now cured. I cannot say too;: Ocala's Cheapest Store V

ice Meals i I. i The Ocala Steam Laundry : much for Foley's Kidney Cure." It i ij V

Quite a number of country people j makes the diseased kidneys sound so. Old Santa Claus Headquarters; The Toy Land of Ocala;; .

came In to hear Bishop Candler j ,I they will eliminate the poisons from|
Nice Service i The Wonder of the Twentieth Century; The Talk of _...
preach at the Methodist church yesterday Jth! blood. Unless they do this, good
I I' morning. I SEE OUR RED LISTHOUGHBROTHERS : health is impossible. Everybody. Presents Suuitable for all Ages

Nice Place. i ** and Clai.e80 ;
j' FOR RENT-A 5-room house! on LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. ,
South Fourth street." Call on H. C. j --
AT i
Jones Ocala Bottling Works, Ocala, j

The mission of "Early Risers" is to'> i i PHIS, KNOXVILLE, LOUISVILLE !I (NEXT DOOR)
clear the way and give nature full We give Free Presents consisting of Turkey Roasters, Hall Racks Towel 'i'i
in All sway. Those famous little pills rhithe Racks Silver Coffee: Pots etc.. with every pound package of Baking CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO -V Has on Her Holiday Dress. Ths Greatest Line of TJp-to
Styles Powder at 50 cents pound. i and all Points NORTH and'
i stomach and bowels of all per |
putrid i ii 'j Hats and to be found in Ocala. It Will
i date Caps:
i matter. thus removing the causes of j I Tickets for other valuable! presents given: with every purchase of Soap i WEST, in Through Cars. j jj

AFTER-THEATER SUPPERS A SPECIALTY I headache. constipation. sallow complexion j i I i Soap Powders, Starch, Coffee and Extracts. j ONLY LIce operating through sleepers i; Pay You to Visit the Xew Racket and. The I

etc. Dewitt's Little Early ij j: With every pound of Tea, at 60c.. we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitch I: from FLORIDA CHICAGO j j Broadway Millinery Store.

PRY STALLBERG, Proprietor. Risers never gripe or sicken. A safe.i er, Pudding Pan or Cake Mould. ONLY line operating through sleepers '
pleasant perfec; pilL Sold by the! :
Phone, 223. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Rev. 1 With every 25 cents worth of Laundry Soap, we will give a Mixing Bowl, .4
i i Every article and every present is im class" and fully guaranteed, and FINEST Dining Car Service in the
c. C. Carroll of the Baptist your money will be refunded It both are nut as represented.
I South.
RATESlOUTHERN hurch. in his Sunday: pn-aram. paid FULL LINE OF STAPLE ArJD. FANCY GROCERIES I' THROUGH: Tourist Sleepers to Cal-
HRISTMAS a glowing tribute to Dr. Fulwood as a! ifornia. 1odo ..

nun i>f God. and his glorious death. I South Main St. Give Us a Call. Ocala, Florida. For information as to rates to all -

-YI.\-: |: points NORTH and WEST, schedules
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We have Just opened up our big fall" 1 and full information, call on or write
'and winter stock of wool blankets in \\" are going to sell a
; Geo. E. Herring, Fla. Pass. Agt., L. &
RAILWAY all and at all Mclver '
weights prices. j i N. R. R.. 206 West Bay St., Jackson-
& MacKay. I. yule Fla.

Tickets will b. on salt December 22, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, 1905, and January 1, A BAD SCARE Goods that are good, at prices that

1906, Limited January 4, 1906 advertise: our store the price i isj $193TODAV are right, backed by a reputation that
Some day you will get a bad scare.
when you feel a pain in your bowels.I If not sold( today it will be le>s tomor we are proud of. Ocala Furniture Cure -{ :
To teachers and students tickets will be sold December i/th to' ,! Company.
and fear appendicitis. Safety lies in row.'atch this ad. and you may get

4th, inclusive, limited January 8th, 1906. Dr. King's New Life Pills, a sure cure I I
it for $2.OCALA. We have just received the largest t Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion,dyspepsia, sour
For rates and detailed information apply at the Office for all bowel and stomach diseases, books that stomach
Passenger i assortment of blank we I tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach .
such headache biliousness nerroui
as costiveness
108 \Vest Bay Street. Phone 743. etc. Guaranteed at The AntiMonopoly -- !j manufacturers hare ever shown.and Bought the prices from the are :mach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cura.f V
Drugstore only 25c Try I I The Postofflce
rIght. Drugstore. [ $5 t D1s Mat Yea Eat
them. .. .f l.CO.M1 111... f*. '** ftntiAtttRt E.. it. -. V '
.J. c:::: 1-USK .u U%MLS *-" <
Gillette Safety Razors sold by the 1. ... ......a...

District Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night JEWELERS. I'Postoffice Drugstore. SOLD BYTHE' ANTJ. ONOPOL'(; DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA.

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!1- : Colonel Bunker's I i jHCritic's I ow Is Baby Today 7 COLORED PEOPLE'S E l ,DEPARTMENTREV.

; Better, thank you. In fact, quite wellFat Do Not Cold

i Apologu round and full of life and mischiti..l i J. E. A. HEELER Editor. Neglect a ;. a

: Would you like to have a seat at the opera in your own home? How would you like! pies.Pink and No white cough Sub iadi dotted eitioa with diie-i Every cold weakens the Lungs, lowers the Vitality and makes the

. n* Mrs. A. Gunn la better. system less able to withstand each succeeding cold, thus
&: to hear your favorite voice in song or recitation in the quiet of your own parlor? This and I A Mkala of His; at the Battle of: All on account of I paving_the way for more serious di.......,

Maoauas That Led to Many Star accounts are In order.
, yours you a i !
D i Mrs. Elsie Anderson continues quite


t" [Copyright. 19Q6. by R. B. Mcdure] \ e
r II T Mrs. Katie Watson Is very ilL Call
Victor k Colonel and see her. D t 1 P .
I administered :
( by a mother whose love'
placed the glass on the table and was tempered with common sense. Fine services yesterday at New Zion

n rr elevated his feet-"it was my She knows that OZOMULSION is Baptist church.

custom In all perilous moments during
a fountain of for
I energy grown-ups, Give the Star job work. Good
Talking the wah to place myself at the head o' too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes work and Christmas your rates.

: my regiment and wave my sword and plenty, of rich blood. For pale, feeble .

call upon my gallant men to follow me folk it is the chief nourisher at life's New Florida syrup, the best in

to victory or death. I do not go so fat feast It cures Consumption when :'town' at the Falana Grocery.

Machine as to claim that I originated this cus- taken in time. All druggists sell it- ': Two houses to rent. In good shape.

I tom or practice, but I believe I followed
so cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let UII Tucker HilL Apply to Jos. Sampson.)
I it more closely than any other send you I i

colonel in the service. When a private First class goods, choice groceriesfor

Free Sample Bottle by Mall 1 the holiday trade, at Falana's grocer PERMANENTLY CURES0..

= Write letter or postal toOOMUL.SION )'. Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,

WE HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES Asthma Croup whooping Cough
CO. The editor of this department filled f

08 Pine Street New York the: desk yesterday at Zion M. E. Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Sore Lungs.


HEADACHE"Myfither the city, visiting her sister, Miss Peggy ,: CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUCH.

t Brown. MRS. SALLIB LOCKBAff, Golttttiwtltt, Tex., **yt -W
I have used Bollard'Horehound Syrup In my family tot several yean.
; RECORDS ? YES. and It always Area aUifa.eUon. When the children bad Croup and
: Tacky party tonight at Mt. Moriah
I hid been.Bu erer from.head&ehe i Whooping Cough: It always relieved them at once,and I would not b*
I for the lait twenty-five yean and never found any Baptist church. Admission, lOc. Come without it In the house, MitU the BEST MEDICINE: we know of." '

We have all you could want to select from, and TO would like to have you come in he the relief hu he&dacbe.until began ha taking begin taking Cucareu have your be Ci Doe careU.never Sines heal one and all. Best Remedy for Children. Every Bottle G;ranteed.
They entirely cared him.
;: and ask us to play them to you. Our flock of records is the most complete in Central Cuetreu do what you recommend them to do. Iwill For comfortable lodging and first THREE SIZES See, ffOc and 91.OO. '
give you the privilege of bi! name"
Florida. L M.UicYeo 11:0 BeslnerSt.w.lndianeponehii. class board call at the Marion House. ,

Mrs. P. G. Gowens, Proprietress

Best For i

THE OCALA FURNITURE CO. The Bowels '' be Lodging obtained and at Mrs.first Sampson's class board, oPPO-can:, SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS

i site the Allred Hotel, at living rates. -q,

The memorial services of the late ARRIVAL
I II Mrs. L. A. Allen will be held in New
Zion Baptist church on the third Sun-


? I i iI "MEN THE EXESIY 13 TS FEOST OF US!" Never Pleataot.Sicken Palatable Weaken Potent.or Gripe Taste, lOe Good., 25c Me.Do Never Good :!. Oh, it Is hard for us to tell you what

: soldier sees his commanding officer Guaranteed sold in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped C C C. good things Santa Claus has at the I
GADS: OtT: i(I core or JOur money back. ATLANTIC COAST
'j i i ready to sacrifice his life there call b.: ANNUALSALETEN Sterling Remedy Co..Chicago or N.Y. 598 self.'Ocala Bazar Call and see for your- LINE

!: no hanging back. MILLION BOXES

,j "Yes, Bah, I would place myself]f -========== Miss Laura Green has opened a (Schedule in effect November 26, 1905.)

{i where shot and shell ralued the thickest town a year later. I was about to :: first class restaurant two doors above I I

IS READY FORCHRISTMAS | and after allowing the men time to glare at him and pass him by when he 'the city market. Meals and lunches I Departures' Between Arrivals

]I steady themselves I would wave my held up his hand for me to halt and l at all hours. Give her a call.
1 I sword and utter a few words of fervideloquence. said: !I No. 82, Daily, 1:20 A. M. NO. 21, Daily, 1:55 A. M..

Then I would wheel and I 'Colonel Bunker, I have come to the\I''' Quite a large number of persons Rochelle Palatka, Jacksonville, Savannah, Charleston, Richmond

lead them, and it was seldom that victory .j conclusion that my words of years ago ,were carried up to court this morning Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.

did not perch upon our banners' i i were uncalled for. You were put in a 1 I''i many of whom are well known, Pullman Buffet Sleepers St. Petersburg to Jacksonville, connects at

She had to perch. There was no get I i certain place to exercise your best and are under serious charges. Jacksonville with Pullman Sleepers to New York. Dining Car Jacksonville -

ting out of It. When you follow a fervid ( judgment and whatever i iJ I: to New York.
,i you did was j We have 100 choice lots In Mart City
speech with a dash and a ;yell I j'i right. I wish to recall those words, :' which we will( tell singly or in groups '
1 I something has got to break. The one sah, and I wish to No. 78, Daily, 1:00 P. M. No.
I i you accompany me noted exception was at the second battle j around the corner and take a nip in : :and on you o*n terms. Now [is your Rochelle, Gainesville, Palatka, Jacksonville. Parlor Cars St. Petered -

of Manassas. My glorious old resrii|I of the renewal of our friend-1 i !time to take advantage of a goo burg to Jacksonville. Connects at Jacksonville with Sleeper for St
ment was placed in a certain position ship.' !j i thing. See Ditto and Maloney. Louis, via Thomasville and
Montgomery; also Dixie Flyer Sleeper ,
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and ordered to hold It until .
jud lg- I
4 ? my > 'It was a time when all men were ii j for St. Louis and Chicago via Tifton, Macon and Atlanta.
"i. ( \ ri t ment dictated an advance We halt [i burying their animosities, and the ma- There will be a special meeting of .

fought for three hours when the opjwrj I jab and I soon buried ours. I then bad the K. of P. on Wednesday night.Election No. 21 2:00
Daily, A. M.
i ; No. 21, Daily 1:55 A. M. '
I'k tune moment arrived. Placing
mjbelf of officers
r ; j 1 only one more man to deal with. He ; and other important -
4 w j! in front of the line, I went through the had been lieutenant colonel in my brigade -!i business. Let every member be I St. Petersburg and Intermediate points.

r I usual waved and then said: and it had so happened that we present. By order of B. J. Mitchell, C.

U I 1 'Men, the enemy Is in front of us! had played poker together oa many oc : C.; H. M. Williams: K. of R. and S. i No. 89, Daily, 2:55 P. M. No. 78, Daily, 12:40 P. M.

02: Oi Who will follow me until the last one ''j'I casions. It had also happened, as it 'j I Tampa, St. Petersburg and Intermediate points.No. .
has died or surrendered?' j 'John Brown has opened a barbershop
% will sometimes, that I had most always -!
'I will! shouted a hundred men, j I been the winner. The colonel J just one door west of the city 45, Daily, 10:05 A. M. No. 48, Daily, 6:00 P. M.
< and the nest moment i market and is prepared to do fine
we were dAshingforward.
i |, was a gentleman, sah, as well as a soldier ': Juliette, High Springs, Dupont, Waycross.
rI After we had dashed about but his losses' rankled a bit i j work. Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing -

f-4 eighty rods I began to look for the enemy j "11 hen my trouble came he remarked sharpening razors or clippers, No. 47, Daily, 3:00: P. M. No. 46
I Daily 12:20 P. M,
I Ii but he was not to be found. We was probably leading
'( my Juliette, Dunnellon, Homosassa Brooksville, Trilby!! and local
w i kept on for half a mile, but no enemy ment in search of a four ace hand,regi-I i The kindergarten school of Mrs. points.
o i We were determined to do or die, sea: -
t-t = :! do or die-and we continued cjyrgiiig/ j:; 'when I called on him and demanded an i j F. C. W. Williams will again open at No 49, Daily, Except Sunday. No. 44, Daily ex. Sun., 9:40 A. M.,
f j (apology he refused to make one.waived I I j the Odd Fellows
re l Hall Monday, the
ahead and thinking of our forefathers Dunnellon, Homosassa.
\ the difference in rank I'
I and chal-
| llth, and the musical class will
i. resume -
f-t i, who died at Lexington and Bunker Hill ]lenged him. He promptly! accepted. As '
studies at the residence of Mrs. Trains 82 and 21
1 I until had two miles. It th carry sleepers Jacksonville and St.
we ;11 Petersburg.
gone ]both of wished 'i
i, us to have the affair!
j S. Quarterman, 148 S. Orange St. Trains 82 and 85 carry Pullman Sleepers between New York Jackson
4, : i j transpired that there was no enemy for ,over with at the earliest possible moa h I ,
ten miles in that direction and after ville; Dining Car service through between Jacksonville and
\ = r i i| ,ment w e went out within the hour. \3 I i. 'A W. Walker, the world champion Jersey City;

uo < rest we returned. ]both of us were dead shots it was predicted barber, Is In the city, and has again I Day Coaches between Jacksonville and Washington. Pullman Sleeper,
c1 iN1i1Di > "I am sorry to say that our gallant': : ( that there would be a double opened his shop at No. 92 North Mage i Trains 78 and 89 between Jacksonville and New York and Jacksonville and
tiMCI 'I Chicago, via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Route and St
dash was misconstrued in certain quar- to Louis via Montgomeryand
(tragedy, but there was a roaring fared :i nolia street opposite the Florida
1 I ters. The brigadier, for Instance, sat j I j instead ;, House. Shaving, hair cutting, sham L. & N, and via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Routes, without change.
go I he couldn't make out should: ;,
why we "We entered a meadow well beyond : peeing, etc., in first class style. Tools I PULLMAN PARLOR CARS ON TRAINS LEAVING OCALA 1:00 P.
l go charging all over the country after '1 ,the lines and were about to take pos[Ikept in fine order. Honing razors !! M.
an that was close at hand. I re-1' I I for JACKSONVILLE, and from JACKSONVILLE to ST. PETERSBURG.Key .
( .J LvI j I tlons, when we discovered that we had guaranteed. Give him a call.
; peated the words of fervid address I I ,
i my stirred up a nest of bumblebees. The i '+"i West and Havana Steamers leave Port Tampa Sundays
21-4 Tuesdaysand
i I to him but It I told him of i .
was no go. \Insects attacked us with fury, and both I Special Noticee Thursdays 11:40 P. M.
Y lour wish to die for our country, but ie':' ,of us were befo' The New
stung repeatedly w Racket Is loaded with For full
r' ,I I only smiled. At length, salt, at length i ,could make our escape. The humor of Christmas and holiday goods. We can I I Coast Line information regarding rates, reservations, etc., call on Atlantic
when he became sarcastic I remarked : the thing appealed to each and the old or
1. -I man a I i please folks, the young folks I
< 1., rt.t' : that be was my superior officer and j few Judicious words from the seconds and even the babes in the cradle. We'j I J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass. Agt, Tampa, Fla.; W. J. CRAIG, Gen.
v \t ryt outside of challenge from me, but.. Pass. Agt; H. M. EMERSON, Traffic
any i j' brought about a have also a complete line of fine dress' Mgr., Wilmington, N. C.
((11 N \iIi llfrI4 \ ) 'I If we both lived to the end of the wI "I had determined to play no mo II IIi goods, shoes, men's and boys' cloth II -

I I he would be forced to meet me on the poker with the colonel, but at his
1 i\&I ) 'T' I 2tii !I ea ring, furs and jackets for the holiday
,- < field of honah. For my words I was!' ;! nest and repeated solicitations I did 'trade.
i j : "'1
put under arrest for two weeks. j i relieve him of small at
sums regular
m \t \1J "Colonel Johnson of my own brigade I Intervals for the next year or two. .L The services at Mt. Zion A. :M. E. orida East Coast Railway.Local

: was another who did not understand l( I good soldier and a game man, sah, but, church yesterday were quite Inter- .

tWx the situation. It was Just at the time i not up on the points of the greatmer.. ,: estlng. The sermon to parents in the .

\\.k I blackberries were ripe, and would youi I lean game. That's all. sah-that's all." !i afternoon was well received. The an- I ; Time Card! No. 62. Corrected
i 1 I believe, sah, that he bad the Impudence i And when the cocktail was brought I niversary of William Lloyd Garrison to Sept. 7,1905.
= to ask me If I had taken my regimenton I i he drank It at a gulp and was poon 1 J Ji night was extraordinarily fine. Addresses ros
I SCU1H-DOUS4-Rf.AD( DOWN..n ; .
a little trip to gather the succulent IORTH-BOUND-READ UP.
nodding in sleep M. QUAD. were made by :Messrs. Chan- .
i iI -
fruit? I had him challenged within five i I ----- -
M j dler, Williams, Johnson Sutton and 1\ '
1 .
seconds, but in going to the field selected I j NO SECRET ABOUT IT I i II I others, and some very excellent papers 1)111'" I Rally I STATIONS No. ,Bo, 9e
I1 Dally Dally
I fell a stone and injured -
over '
] were read by Misses C. C. Adams ---1
my back so that I was laid up for a.r.i It is no secret that for cuts, burns, and Pearl Anderson. II 0.1: JI! 911 II LY '_...Jarks"nrlllo-.__ A 7 to p 860
i 11'.7 : 9 4 9 ___ ,
I ( I' "I"I -So' lacltltOhyll1..__ Ly 6 Up' n a
month. At the end of that time Colonel j ulcers, fever sores, sore eyes, boils j I G 15 y 10.1.S al"! .__iiL AUjCUlltlltt....._ 5 f.U I' 7 40 a
Johnson was drafted into another regi- ,I etc., nothing Is so effective as Buck- !i The Palace Restaurant corner of 6 ,3 IIi 113 aj.' -____ .\ UnJlI_ _._ 'U P 1 d a
1_I 0 p lI.o_ I" Fast Palalka. "
00 u. ? 43&p 6261a
'I ment, and we did not meet again until Jen's Arnica Salve. "It didn't take Fort King and Magnolia street is now 0\ 7 3-p. 121.p Ar ...._... ...._.P."U.40 ........_ LT_10 6 lid a CD
THE HOME OF OLD SANTA GLAUSHe :' all was over. Then he came up to me :p long to cure a bad sore I had, and it is open, for business. Choice meals, !12 i a Lv ...__......... PaJa'ka_.....__... Ar, Ii 00 p U C ,
one day with outstretched hand and !'[ all O. K. for sore eyes," writes D. L. lunches, etc., served In royal style at "0 d S I' Y()oll'\r, ---.. _Ran lIak-o__. LY 910 .._ ..,
2 8 ... ....._..
;C JJ.k O i a Lv Ben 11 ate.,_. A i 60 a
said reasonable rates. !! ..!.U p
: i Gregory, of Hope, Tex. 23c. at The Soup dally; oysters 1511 1: 3l ILY .........
I co: p } --- lie'Iga...._..__ LY a.7 P bu .
I 'Colonel Bunker, I have had almost i! Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. in every style Special terms to 8 OJ 1'2/ n I', H __._..._DUIIDIII.___ .. I H I' Ii 36T ,.
I 1! '0 I' i9 5; p __._lJUI>ODt...._, 111 .
three years In which to think that thing i weekly boarders. Special department ; ? JI Ii V a ..
invitation and asks j 841 y 1 w JI __ __..Urmo 'd"_ 9lu ...,
extends an to you a visit to our Stole and an Inspection -'; over, and I have come to the conclusion Editor Phillip Isaacs of the Fort for white customers. Breakfast from 0\ l I' 6J I' 1 391 .. ___...DaIC '11&_ .. 100"p 4 4 r.t 4T fa ,

that blackberries had nothing to do 5 till 9; dinner, 12 till 3 supper, 5 till 9 Olp 1 51 p. __.._I'rt Vrange...._...... i to -1
Myers Press, county judge and com- ; 'i 9x5 .... ..
of Line in Christmas and "p,_2.U. lAr -- _\cr bmprna. .._. 2 :.a
cut Holiday Goods.: I j with It. I think you were inspired al- 9. Lunches at all hours. Fruits, cigars _!
missioner at the State Fair for Lee .r JO 9l of 3 H 1'Ar ___.Lake HeJ..n... LT 29 Ptn3l1 r
together by heroism and that if jou county's exhibit, !sent! to the govern- etc. M. Middlebrooks, Prop. :0 3) P __... -Ora 1:8 CIty_._._ ,
l0 U pj I" .._ h
had found the he would have E .. -.Osage CYty JUlICtJ"D_ U hO
enemy or's wife. Mrs. N. B. Broward, a box 9 3s I.LY :.".. 6U1)rl1& .. 9 j Oi n
8tij3 ---
been slain to the last man. forget the of the blue ribbon fruit, which won FOR CRACKED HANDS & lU t'0) pi Oak Hill.-. .,.., 1 .9 a .M'
The Oldest Toy and Holiday Goods Buyer for This Market in Ocala-24 words spoken years ago, sah-forget'i: for his county the first prize on citrus Rough skin and cracked hands are ." -' Pi'" -. -_._- Tttusalie.---.-. .. ..,
them. I \\I UU an.. '. ..._._.__ S"nt.rd __. .llh-f UO
fruits. i iI not only cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel o .... 10 nu aLY: -..-. ___ f\.t.r.f..rd_ ,.._. 00
Year's Experience. 1 "I had to forget them, sah. You can't j I 103'J "SSpLY: _-_ a 0
Salve, but an occasional p TIC rme _, W =
force a man to fight you after he has I tion apPlIca-1 'fJ 11 U I i 0' p" ,___0...", &........___ U
1I apologized. It was only a few weeks HEART FLUTTERING will keep the skin 11 991' 413 P __ P.ockledr'..._.._ .. 12.0.. 216 i
I i smooth. Best for Eczema, Cuts, Burns G 11 61 I' 4451' _.::2&11 Oani.__ 11 64 a 144.1205a a .4
later when I met the brigadier. The I U I64p", _.__lI..lbturu____ .. 1144a 11& "t:
j wah was over, and he had to Undigested food and gas In the Boils!! etc. The genuine DeWltt's I 12 6111 Eo ..' P M.,__ Set.a8Uan .__ .. 11'" a/I/ r U p
gone Witch Hazel Salve affords Immediate 1 Ii a G 2) p" ..iL Luc1e_. .. 1013 a 11 -
.O 11
j stomach, located below the :
just heartpresses I
Merchants who handle a small line of Toys and Fireworks are invited to look, keeping a grocery. I walked in on him relief in all forms of Blind, Bleeding, j C 15a I 45p"" __.f..rt P1ereo_,___ ".. toaatlbs: :2
it and 214. 7O'
s one day, but before T'could make a remark against causes heart 1 p .. T bbale ____ f 3u a 11Sf to
I When heart Itching and Protruding Piles. Sold by .0.- 2 2J ai' 12 p .. _.___&:1e',___ S ... ajll JJt"
stock and before their line. he came bustling forward to !say' : palpitation. your troubles 2 99 a t 17 p __ lenllf'D.. U f 1 a;1111 tJ
through our get prices buying holiday ..
: 'Colonel Bunker, I am glad to see you in that way take Herbine fora the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. J 2 91 rl 1.8: P __._..S'UIlr1,.._ .___ .. t 11 ails, 01 '0
I J 10'1 756p __. "
.RObe .
II iii Sriuad--- I U
Ii I|i you, sah-mighty glad. When you few days. You will soon be all ;n:: 3 2T al{ 811 P".. ___._WIIot lUfltter_ ___ .. 8 24 a11919p1
wanted: to die for country at second right. 50c. a bottle. For sale by all NOTICEAll 4 U aa:/ 61 r' .. __went Palm ; .' 7 U ai' n
4 39 II. 91 9 _....__Bo1n Q____ 7 20 'Ii :2
1 Manassas and made a dash of druggists. dog license taxes expired October 442a 1 921. __......Delr8J'...__ 710 &i a. 01 P P Co631
I I three miles In hopes to find some one 1, 1S05. License tax on dogs Is I ,S : a '0211 w ---Fort Lauc1erd&le.. __ M 11111.1 81s p
::: 6 U a' Iii 3) r. __. Danla..___ 611 a. 8 De
to kill you I did not exactly appreciate $1.25 for each dog. All persons own-I 3:: II 61S a..1042 P __.Hallandale,...,,,,,,,.,, 5511 a: 1 U II
Special prices and discounts to public schools, churches and Sunday school committees : the sentiment nor the situation. I hare I ing dogs or having the same In 6 ''ail1l'1p'; .., Lem-nCltl__ 5-Ca! 1231 ,CO
:0 6 35 i;1115 y ....._......Vlam1"r-_ Ly 6 9 j 7 2 J
them much are hereby notified that said license I 11M P
and Christmas tree candles free. given thought since, and I ,+ THE
have come to the conclusion that you I must be obtained at once or the ordinance DEs y nOlJiSTEAD EXTEXSIOY DExy

1 were right-mo' than right Accept my in relation to same will be SUD. I Sac.sDOa .
Land sah, and let the hatchet TEXAS I rigidly enforced.
us bury PACIFlCI
__jLY Miami... ._...,. .. a 20
"Those were his words, sah, while hip i By order of the mayor of Ocala. 10 IJ a(---.I II Ar IIomesiraL ... Lr f 1 t0 p
1 demeanor was in consonance; with I Geo. W. Cleveland,
them. And what could I do but shake Sp RAILWAY + 1 City Marshal. I I I i\o.17 ; ;

OUR. 5c AND fOe COUNTERS ARE LOADED WITH BARGAINS.1 his hand and order twenty pounds of I?le.Y1'o.19 MUD. Dalll Dally tx. IdAYP07T BCASCR IMo.181 Daily f"L'of"L') ,

) sugar: sent to my house as a clincher; ? I|I! CURED PARALYSIS Only Only .... uaj b
j I "Another of critics was Majah The Great Eastern j ji !I I
I i W. F. Bail), of P. O. True Texas, tOO p l]010 I 00 PI 8 20 a Ly _.J CUoDYllie_ Ar T 4S. 12 IO
Iloke. The majah insisted that m-. :i i and Western Line writes: "My wife had been suffering 208 I' 1011 f 69 e 2IS a M 80. JlIoCbnnn1le_ Ly 1 17 R 91 P 697
wish to die for my country bad nothing 2 40 p11o M a 15 40 I P 569 a _....P..blo R -acb-. 7 (d. 1160 a t 60 p'--,
II five years with paralysis In her arm,I US y !0 5i: 6 U fI V 04 a"auaatlc )-ac. T to a 1.1 U M "I p1.-,.._
I' to do with it; that I had been or.I I|I Across the Entire States oi when I was persuaded to use Ballard'anow S 001. 1110 t OU P 5)a ...- .Ilayg;"rt_ 165 aj lUO Ii 'SQ p...._.

Come early and Buy Your Holiday Goods. We will pack them away and deliverany dared: to hold a certain position; :; am I ? Liniment which cured her a | -- -" ... a
that It was duty to do it that i ii
my : TEn und right. I have also used It for sores!: I P 1'iSl.UI1']) OCCIDENTAL( : STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS
evening you suggest. Come after supper. Open nights until 9. iI i i looked more like l leading a rrsnineuj lUUlSIA frostbites and skin eruptions. It doe;' AT MIAML

out to play a game of baseball thaw .
j the work. Sold by all druggists.
to fight and other remarks that cut ':!, SO TROUBLE TO AS5WEE QClCSTlU.S I I Close Coanectioa Mjde at Miami *Itb Steamships' ef the P. !4; 0. S. S. Compur FerHAVANA

I deep. I could not challenge him, Ill' i NOTICE
I j being my Inferior, but I tweaked his i j Direct Line to OF ASSIGNMENT AND KEY. WEST. .
w I j nose for him and stated that if ut :] J Notice Is hereby given that Jesse
Ii I NORTH TEXAS M. Neely of Oklawaha, Florida, has "
would challenge me I would waive the These Time Tables show the times at which trains mAp be expected to* and 4oprf
i' difference in rank. NEW MbXICC this day made a deed of assignment to'; 'rom the&ev ral bUtl"DS,bat their arrival or departure at the times stand it not rtunnutj t .A
the the 'r is tbU Company fc>ba held responsible for an/delajaor<< to con
undersigned as assignee, under j 7 sequence*rUia{vhwrtrom
'The majah was all ginger, sah. He I I .
THE OCALA BZAAARFRANK. ARIZONA laws of Florida, for the benefit of the I, r
had the challenge ready in ten :rainutes! I j ;
creditors of said Jesse M. Ne
the ly,
and all was arranged to meet net For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other InfOl'DUtJoa"SEE
mawning. Each was fully determine: :( ani the said creditors are hereby called .r
upon to file with me sworn statements THE TICKET AGENT."
to the other, but we were not t>
;, of their claims against the said j
meet That
night while he was ;gong; i
the rounds of the pickets he wts so lUTE FOB :SEW BOOK OF TEXAS. FRK 1 assignor within sixty (60) days, It such J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE.LA. .

P. GADSON badly kicked by an army>J. t lQj- creditors reside In this state or with- i .

was sent to the hospital E. P. TURNER In four (4) months if they reside beyond

Tie Commercial 1., :k. OCALA FLA. later and held he was prisoner gobbled to up the b ral Passenger Agent the limits of Clarence this state.J. Smith iOLmIlONIYm 1'All fOIIYSKIDmCI Jc.

wah. I met him on the st DALLAS, TEXAS Monday Nor. !0.-.1905. Assignee, i'u Calm PI'I\'IIda 'Hr't l.- 111k. Wda ys a ad ....... RfMi t .

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