The Ocala evening star.

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


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


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
General Note:
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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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Table Raisins, Is receiving daily shipt

Messed Pound Salmon, Volume U, Number J58 OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER J2, J905. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year. ments of beautiful, expensive

Pkgs. Dates and medium
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Orange Pee! Lemon Fresh and Citron I TURPENTINE T [ [ T TREAT[ y B, REMQYEO[ [ AN N OFFICIAL l l 'Phone 150HERMITAGE RINGS PINS *

Supply of Is Your Bathroom Modern ? '<

Force. Foil Assort The Conflicting Naval Stores Interests You cannot have too many safeguards for the healthof soo 5yWPh Governor Broward Gives the Solicitorof DAIRYFor JEWELRY WATCHES '

ment of H-O Cereals Have Adjusted Their Differ family and self especially the growing children. Volusia County His Walking CUT GLASS

ences and Agreed to Work for Their Bad or antique plumb-( Papers for Neglect of Duty Your FINE CHINA

Mutual Good ing is as dangerous to the Tallahassee, Dec. 12.-Gov. X. B. \
PICKLE LAMB'S TONGUE IN The naval stores war. In which Savannah ,rr health as good or modern Broward has removed J.V.. Perkins. Pure Milk and Cream III

PINT JARS. and Jacksonville were Involved I plumbing 1 is beneficial. from the office of county solicitor of; -ALSODiamonds -

and in which the shotter interests Volusia county because he had
I The cost of renewing: your nf-g-I Delivered
a Every Morning at Your Door.
and the Naval Stores Export Com- bathroom with "$teedmd'i lected his duty in prosecuting! and other Precious

pany had a strenuous contest is Ware will violators of the law. For some time Stones.
in be i
Call and see our fresh goods.TPOTI over. l health! assurance.reality past efforts, it is alleged, had been I Quality and Purity Guarat!},eed. Every Article
This Information Q made to :Mr. infor-i made in Silver
will be most pleasing 6t 7r get Perkins to file Sterling -
to the factors and it means much : lye have samples: in mation against certain violators of the i
GROCERY and Gold.
for Florida and Jacksonville, as this _- our show rooms and will election law in Orange City, which he "

city and all over Florida ports, except Fr" >ladljr quote j iu prices. declined to do. Recently the grand THE OCKLAWAHA INN Watch our stock and call

Pensacola will henceforth be open jury of Volusia county found indict-

TOE ONLY markets. The conference between the ments against those charged with on. us- for your holiday

contending factions for the past week these violations, and this was consid- A Pleasant, Homelike House; 1Jewe -y.
JCMAS PRESENT were most harmonious in every kay. ered a rebuke to the county solicitor, .1'

The agreement reached means that as the grand jury does not take actionIn <..'. -' Elegant, Airy Rooms and the
/ the conditions are today more satis- such matters in counties where w .r '

factory than they have been since the there is a criminal court of record very Choicest Table Board. w'EiNC

Naval Stores Export Company was FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. unless the solicitor fails to do his duty F.GlIeiie

organized. It means that the entire and file information. Special Rates in Summer to ,
stock on hand at the Florida portswill James E. Alexander has camped on r THE JEWELER

be at once disposed of by the old the trail of Perkins for several Weekly and Monthly Boarders

line> exporters at good prices. months, and, armed with abundant ,
The holdings of the Naval Stores STENOGRAPHER WANTS WORK FRUITS, CANDIES AND NUTS evidence, he went to Tallahassee to .

ACCEPTABLE TO ALL Export Company which include 45.000 confer with the governor, and as a
casks of turpentine, were taken over Any one needing an experiencedand For choice, fresh fruits of all kinds result of the conference Perkins' offi- r MRS. HATCHELL I MONTHSGUARANTEE

OLD AND YOUNG. by the "Big 4" of Savannah. This accumulation -' thoroughly competent lady stenographer candies, nuts, cigars, tobacco, etc., call cial head dropped into the basket. I

represents about $2,500- and typewriter, can communicate on John Tubel, in the Montezuma Governor Broward has appointed J. ';. Proprietress.
DIRGE ASSORTMENT OF 000. with one through this office block. Hall Brumsey, a talented young law- c..: -; Against holes No men
Savannah is also rejoiced at the termination yer, to succeed Perkins. This action
of the war as it will proveof The handsomest carving sets ever of Governor TIrOW1rrl will no doubt ---- -- ---- -- -- j 016prnGPosier
Candies and Chocolates benefit to the factors in every FOR SALE-A carload of fine fresh seen in Ocala have just been openedat stir up a political sensation in Volu- ff
Southern State. Jersey milch cows, from Georgia, Just the Marion Hardware Company's sia county, as Mr. Perkins is promi-
i All the popular color I
The producers are guaranteed a arrived. They will be sold cheap. store. The prices run from {3 to $10 nent in politics, and no such action on For )1t'ni
higher price than for years past. Mallory and Johnson, owners. per setThe the part of the governor was contemplated 'I' 'i II, sold only
6 pairs for$2-50;Cot-
Better Than Ever Before by the friends of the now ex- I too 6 pairs for$LSQ.I J
solicitor For Ladies; Egyptian Cotton six pairs
The Florida is
turpentine industry I for f2.oo. A gu&ranUt lidttt wwlpcb
in better shape than ever before and fair.
MillineryFashionable DYING OF FAMINEIs
the .0&sea ni
i operators are consequently enthu-
siastic. This great industry and the in Its torments, like dying of con- I

men who are identified with it have Oldest Book Stationery Holiday sumption. The progress of consumption ; tv:. JapaLac"Wears

done much toward the development of i I I from the beginning to the very M. FISHEL Ocala, Ma.
the city and state. Higher prices will end, is a long torture, both to victim e Like Iron." i

prevail and an era of unprecedented Goods and Crockery Housein and friends. "When I had consumption -' Natural Jap-a-Lac is the best !
prosperity will be the result. The in its first stage" writes "'m. i MdVER
'I AND UP-TO-DATE turpentine interests of Florida are in Town Established Myers of Cearfoss, Md., "after trying j': \ varnish for & MAOKAY

able hands. The confidence of the different medicines and a good doctor -I
Bartend Flnnps
HATSFor operators in the leaders was fully exemplified in vain I at last took Dr. King's \
at the convention held here 25 YearsOur New Discovery, which quickly and either wId or new. It dries
the Fall and Winter Season are last week. permanently cured me." Prompt relief -

New on Exhibition at my Millinery The recent agreement means renew- and sure cure for coughs, colds, ''iIIIIQIifillGI with a beautiful luster, and UNDERTAKERSand -

ed confidence and sore throat, bronchitis, etc. Positifey -
greater profits.
Parlor In the. Ocala House. Call anda. i retains its brilliancy through
prevents pneumonia.; Guaranteedat
Every progressive man in Florida is
Them. proud of th work of the Naval Stores the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price wear and tear right down to

Export Company, and Jacksonville 50c. and $1 a bottle. Trial bottle free.A EMBALMERS g
MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK ( /4 the wood. Besides :Natural.
joins with Savannah in the relief

caused by a cessation of hostilities. Jap-a-laC comes in twelve color Fine Caskets

Metropolis, 11 th. A J JUVENILE[ [ CAIN
It is a stain and varnish
OGAL&FDRN1TDREGOPersonal Dolls Toys, and Fireworks arc now in and they and Burial RobesAll

HUGE TASKIt combined, and rejuvenates 3
are the very best goods We do not handle cheap An Eleven Year Old Boy in a GeorgiaJail
"You' can Yourself" everything about the home.A Work Done by Licensed En
DO the Work
Senlce Anywhere, Any Time, was a huge task to undertake the goods, but our prices are right. Holiday Goods of all for the Murder of His Eight balmers and Fully Guaranteed
ed >When Needed. cure of such a bad case of kidney disease Year Old Brother .
Full Stock of All Kinds ofJapa.La.c
as that of C, F Collier, of kinds and a full line of Books to select from. We
Hartwell, Ga., Dec. 12. Sheriff
The Question of Embalming and Fun. Cherokee Ia. but Electric Bitters did MSSOURI: PACIFIC RY

.rat Directing It a Delicate On it. lIe writes: "My kidneys were so can fit you in presents at any price. Come early so Monroe the Kidd now has in his custody .
youngest prisoner that has been -ANDIRON I
far gone, I could not sit on a chair

Would not it be Best (for Yon to En without a cushion; and suffered from you can get your pick and avoid the rush. county placed jail behind since the his walls experience of the as Hart the MOUNTAIN ROUTE

dreadful backache, headache and de- For Sale in Ocala by
trust this to Those who sheriff.
Question Appre- pression. In Electric Bitters, however. t

elate It's Delicacy and Whose Know- I found a cure, and by them was restored Lonnie Lewis, a white lad 11 years
i to perfect health. I recommendthis .
edge is of the Highest Standard i great tonic medicine to all with the plantation of John B. Gaines, in
lower Hart county, slew his brother SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MACDUFF
weak kidneys, liver or stomach. Guar-
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE Hon Lewis, the morning after si r
teed by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore; s TO'
PROMPT ATTENTION Thanksgiving. The boy killed was
price 50 cents. ARKANSAS,
only 8 years old. The killing was done
Day Phone Ko. fOe Might 94 and 167? with a breech-loading shotgun, and TEXAS, -""'"*,

OCALA NEWS COMPANY the load entered the boy's hed just OKLAHOMA,

SMITH & ROBERTS Ocala, Fla. NfW BRITISH CABINET above the right ear, taking off a section RestanrantFirst INDIAN TERRITORY,

of the head and making a frightful -
II. G. Blake. wound. .
j The Statesmen Who Will Help Sir KANSAS,
Young Lewis was arrested and has
j Henry Campbell-Bannerman in since been confined in jail. He does NEBRASKAAND COLORADODEC.

I{ His Work of Government not seem to appreciate the enormityof
5TH & 19TH .
the charge which has been lodged .x> Class Meals
London Dec. 12.-It is officially announced -r
against him by the officers of the law. Chattan-
that the new British ministry Rate, to Fort. Worth
It is understood that he will claim it :
I is made up as follows: CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES and return, $22.10. Other rates In proportion -"
J. R. MARTIN & CO. was an accident. In answer to a ques- f
Prime Minister and First Lord of from other points In the Southeast -
tion the boy replied that he would not
the T1't'asurir. Henry Campbell- stay in jail long, as "they were goingto Dining Room open until midnight. Personal
Bannerman.Chancellor" Will also sell tickets to Oregon
send him out yonder." attention to special orders anythingthe
of the ExchE'quer-Her- given Washington and British Colombia. No-

MATTRESSWILL i bert Henry Asquith. GENERAL LIVERYMENFine market offers prepared for the table on vember the 21st, with return' limit
Secretary of the ExchequerHerbert A CERTAIN CURE FOR.CROUPWhen short notice. of 21 days from date of sale, at Terr

Henry Asquith. low rates. Write me for'full 1ntorman. -
NOT LUMP Secretary of State for Home Affairs a child shows symptoms of Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar ;

WILL NOT PACK Herbert John Gladstone. Carriages, Buggies and Traps croup there is no time to experimentwith I. E. REHLANDER,
of new remedies, no matter how Skilled Cooks. Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands.
Manufactured from pure white cot- Secretary State for Foreign Af- Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. Traveling Pauenger AgtnVCHATTANOOGA .
ton flit thofoughly clean and free fairs-Sir Edward Grey. highly they may be recommended. Special Price to Regular Boarders *
Secretary of State for the Colonies There is one preparation that can always ,

from all dangerous Sixty Days'germs.Trial The Secretary Earl of of Elgin.State for War-Rich- FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSESHorses .In use be for depended many years upon.and It has has never been THE CARMiSHAEL & SON CO 1"TEj4N.'t:,

It. after sixty days' trial, this mat- ard Burdon Haldane. been known to fail, viz: Chamberlain's Coal _.

tress la not satisfactory return to Secretary of State for India-John Cough Remedy. Mr. M. F. Comptonof At McGrath's StandWe
dealer. (If tick is clean) and have yourmoney I Morlt:')". and Mules for Sale. Horses Market, Texas, says of it, "I have,

refunded. First Lord of the \dmlralt-Baron Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in: I Blacksmith, a

MIVER & MacKAY, Agents. eedmouth. severe cases of croup with my chil- are going to sell a Egg and Charcoal.AT .
President of the Board of Trade- dren, and can truthfully say it always

I I David Lloyd-George. J. R. MARTIN & CO. gives prompt relief." For sale by the PIANOTo .
President of the Local Government Postoffice Drugstore.DISTINGUISHED. .
I &
Board-John Burns. f
i '
1fjr : / I' Secretary of State for Scotland- MAN. DEAD -
John Sinclair. advertise our tore.'. the price i i.EIIr $192 J 1 kP.

r ( If Fold it will be lees ,
not tomorrow
'i President of the Board of Agriculture .'- Boston Dec. 12.:!-Edward Atkinson!, today : 1

: -Earl Carrington. .. died suddenly yesterday from an attack Watch this'ad. and you may get TODAYn + THE

I JV 1, Postmaster Gt'Ilt'ral-Sidne Charles Arc You Going To Remodel ? I i of acute indigestion. He was T S for $2. r;
Buxton. years of age. For forty years he had

if 1 !I Chief Secretary for Ireland-James If so, you w'H! do i is \\iih: the intention cf improving upon presentconditions I been regarded as an authority on I II cow sAClrlcI
Bryce. economic questions and had been called II I
*I I
i I
Lord President of the CouncilTheEarl on to perfyrm many public duties ;

of Crewe. l cit' Our pan is to interest you in our ability I I He was a member of the American i!jI I j

Ijord of the Privy Seal-The Marquis r-ir to improve and perectour- sanitary equip: I I I. Academy of Arts and Sciences and a j !
I I of RiponI 7. 1'' ment. I member of many foreign scientific societies !j f JEWELERS. The Great Eastern

I.I President of the Board of Educa ,' including the Cobden Club of j i I
fwvw..tiT tion-Augustine Birrell ; i.-.; We do but one iLd cf work-the r.est- Great Britain. I I and Western Line ...

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster *3 ,p. 't\\ and use the famous: ttinfatl"Vre, every For nearly 3iE.'ars he was president -Nice Meals I! Across the Entire States
-Sir Henry Hartley Fowler.The of the Boston Manufacturers'
'I t.t\. piece of which is g-iaramecd; by the manu- ,
ANY HORSE FANCIER forgoing constitute the cabi I i Mutual Insurance Company.

Who has had experience with our barflee. -I II I.I: net. The following ministers are not t I'T'L.I :; \ strictly first quality. Let's Nice Service II I TEXA und LUU1SIA4

in the cabinet: jj talk i is over.Ve have samples: in our show GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED OUT -
will tell you of Its sterling F
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland-Th<
strength and general merit and of Its room. i NO TEOCBLE TO ANSWER QU/8TlUd .
Earl of Aberdeen. "Some weeks ago during the severe Nice Place I'
real and cost j
economy quality n"l:
I Lord Chancellor of Ireland-Right Direct Line
winter weather both my wife and: myself I to ;
UereJ. It you know about harnessyourself
won't need to consult a Hon. Samuel Walker. E. YONGE CO. contracted severe colds which AT '
First Commissioner oforks and< speedily developed into the worst kindrf I j
,horse fancier-Just see the goods andthfy'l1 '
Public Buildings-Lew is Vernon Har- t I I -n grippe wth all its mistrab'e' I NEW MEXICO

tell their own story. You'rewelcome court. I I I s:>pt"n.s.." says Mr. J. ? Egl<-st ... ; THE NEW IDEA RESTAURANTOysters
look long like
to as as you ,
Lord High Chancellor Plr Robert I i "f Maple Landing. Iowa. "Knees and: i ARIZONAand
:through our stock and ask as many T.IMJ.I ;;
I j' .r.te;; aching muscles sore, head stopped :
questions as to price delivery, etc., All
I up, eyes and nose running win in Styles
you please. :i j FOR CRACKED HANDS alternate spells of chills and fe\"-!'. We I. CALIFORNIA :!f.-
J. E. BANKSTON.Dealer ""
Rough skin and cracked hands are began using Chamberlain's C'jJh AFTER-THEATER SUPPERS A SPECIALTY I KITK fOR SEW BOOK oi'Ta : ?Bit
not only cured by Dr\Vitfs Witch Ha- Remedy, ailing the same with a doneof

C. L. NELSON, ;zel Salve, but an occasional application in Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver HARRY STALLBERG, Proprietor. Eo P,TURNER
; will kp the skin soft and Tablets and by its liberal use soon > -

CARPENTER AND BUILDER'Store smooth. Beet for Eczema Cuts Burns, Fresh and Cured Meat of all Kinds i completely knocked out the grip. j j Phone, 223. General -Passenger: :jAgent:
The Tablets! healthy
Boils, etc. The genuine DeWitt's :: promote a ac-I DALLAS. TEXAS"L.ALEXA1ID.'E
Witch Hazel Salve affords immediate tion of the bowels liver and kidneys; ,i:
Office Produce Fresh Fish
and Fixtures Vegetables
a !
relief in all forms of Blind. Bleeding which is always beneficial when the

Specialty. i i I Itching and Protruding Piles. Sold by system is congested by a cold or attack LUMBeRROUGH i
: Anti-Monopoly: )' Drugstore. and Poultry.NO of the grip. For sale by the POtoffice -

Jobbing Promptly Attendedto Drugstore.We Practical _
have just received the largest OR DRESSEDSee
''Furniture Repaired and Ren' SERVICE RENEWEDThe SHARE YOUR TRADE WITH US, assortment of blank books that we Careful wtimatea made on sI1 cOntraet

sleeping car service between have ever shown. Bought from the or Phone work. GiTe8 more and b! work-
ovated.Drop Jacksonville and New Orleans, on SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ; .
manufacturers and the prices are i, toe the money tan any otlagte.towa.Fotey's
trains Nos. 77 and 76, has
resumed -
me a postal card wheneveryou on the Seaboard Air Line. All FREE DELIVERY. right The Postoffice Drugstore. B. H. SEYMOUR and TateOtCbPIdIGIedlCtU

want any work ID my line.
quarantine restrictions .
at Pensacolahave Gillette Safety Razors sold by the

r::, _r C. L. NELSON. been removed. -_.. Phone No. J t t. Stalls 11 and. S3-,:City Market. Postoffice Drugstore. ..PHONE NO. 25. JOcala{ Ffa. p ;"' .

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EVENING- STAR consideration for their comforts than I I, H. ROBINSON, President. J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager. I! THE ART DEPARTMENTMr. I ,

witnesses obeying the mandates of S. H. BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. :
;[ Alfred E. Owens, at Mclver & I CAPITAL$50,000.
Marlon county courts. These witnesses -
C L BITTINGER & CO. white or black are compelled to m HacKay's, has fitted up an art department I 0 ,

loiter on the streets, in alleys, hallways in one corner of the immense __ ,." ,;t-- ,; ..;
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll and private offices, awaiting'their COMMERCIAL BANK second floor display room of President, T. T. SIUXROE. .-;,_';.;,'> '.
the store. This art department is well ', \-. '
Proprietors and Publishers.C. ., turn, and if beyond hearing I;I Vice President, Z. C. CIIAMBLJSS. 0 f
worth seeing. The store Is now carrying -
when called, causing- delay! attach- OCALA FLORIDA.
a most beautiful stock of pictures Cashier, GEO. H. FORD. .
L, BITTINGER, I ments issued against them, causing :
in water and oil color, and ,
* Editor and General ManagerR. I trouble and possible expense to them, pen I Assistant Cashier J. B. BROOKS.
ink sketches, pencil sketches and of
and delay and consequent expense to
R. CARROLL the county. (: Your Business with us will Protect you Against all kinds sizes and prices. They also I .
have an endless stock of unframed

City Editor and Business Manager subject That the her county citizenship of Marion(amongst would !: Burglary, Fire and Careless Handling of Funds. pictures and mouldings, for which

they make frames in hundreds of different '
which might be wives and daughters) :
GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT \ to such hardships is Incredible, if patterns and all sizes. Just I'HTML NATIONAL BANK
now it is said by many who have seen
properly informed of the true situa-
tion. INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS SAFTY DEPOSIT VAULTS it. that the furniture department of

In the Circuit Court of the Firth Judicial I ; this house, especially the second floor
This condition exists to '
a more or
Circuit of Marlon display with its immense galleries '
County Fla. less degree, hampering and endangering room OF OCALA.
all around, is the handsomest ,
The grand jury for the fall '
term of the public interests in every department -

the circuit court, having completed of the county business, anda FOR SALE furniture room and the finest stock 1 j ,
1 in the South. The entire stock has recently -
blot on the otherwise wideawakeand
its labors, begs leave to make this its been re-arranged and displayed J. K. CHRISTIAN GEORGE MACKAY.T. .
I' business-like methods of Marion
final presentment: ... Ol4... with much taste and in artistic of-I .
county citizens, and entirely out of < DIRECTORS: MUXROU R. L.
We have been greatly hampered in : fects by Messrs. Alf Owens and Bar-
with lines of and
the discharge of our ,duties by the ; progress R. S. HALL Z. C. CHAMBLISS.
the times of this and surrounding ney Spencer.
careless and slipshod manner in1 I counties. Ditto and Maloney I HERBERT A. FORD.

which some of the in the Conference
papers cas- The members of the Methodist -
I That our county, practically leadingall o ..
es intended for the consideration ofj i others in our state in all that goes' have come, been our honored I -
the grand jury were sent in. In many! to make up a progressive hustling HOMES' FARMS AND LOTS guests and have departed for their

Instances no record at all being made homes We feel that it has been good
)!citizenship, should trail behind in this
of the witnesses to be examined and for all of us to have had them with us. I-
(i particular instance we attribute to the No. L Good 2 story, 8 room house. Splendid porches, yarn 1-4
we had therefore to depend upon our It was a real pleasure and profit to
fact that conditions have not been ful- Near school. A .
ability to locate them by the recollec- i I' acre High big bargain.. ... $1300 listen to some of the masterful sermons ,
ly understood or appreciated throughout -
tion of members of the grand jury I the county. Therefore, we recom- No. 2. Six room cottage and 20 acres of good land with some fine delivered and to be inspired by

living in that neighborhood j i| mend that our county commissioners' peach trees. Only a mile and a half from town. Price. .$500No. the splendid addresses on the missionary WE AREHEADQUARTERS\

Clerk's Office I I appoint a committee of three or more ,, 3. Splendid 8 room house, new roof, newly painted, etc, Large labors of the church. That the

We find the clerk's office is crowded ,,j from each district of the most reliable yard running through entire block. South Third street, 2nd .inference is a great church institu-

that the vault is entirely too small and representative business men and ward. See this. I'rice.------_____ __ __. _ ___ __ .$1800 tion and its work is appreciated is
shown by the number of towns in the
and for the :!: farmers to join with the commissioners
inadequate county -
proper ofj
I No. 4. Nicest small house in city., Known as Colby house in 1st state that !sought the honor of entertaining ,
the records of the county. We are Informed in thoroughly investigatIng -
ward in.: This house is and will sell at best of
the near a beauty quick them next year. The
by the clerk that every night I, present conditions, and re- ,
I' the low price of. $1800No. all to us is that they enjoyed their
before closing the office it is necessaryfor : commending the best methods, ways
and the Best Place in Town to Get YourHOLIDAY
stain Ocala, appreciated the hospitality -
him to carry a great many of the and means, toward the end that our 5. Splendid farm containing 120 acres best land. Some good
shown them and returned home
books into the vault and in the morn- -: county shall have at least sufficient' hard wood, some good fruit, etc. Some newly fenced. 31.2
-inging the praises of the people of
Ing take the books out so that the!,: accommodations to transact its bust II miles south of town. .$1200No. I I
citizens have free to them. ness in a businesslike and safe man-' Ocala. !
may access i
I 6. Nice 8 room house, large yard. Some fine shrubbery and
The clerk's office is also i
crowded with records of different Ine We also recommend that the present :j,j near W.V.. Clyatt's home in first ward House in good Christmas is coming! Buy one of, PRESENTS

time is e''': condition. Cheap at.$..2300No. those lovely! neckties at Masters for
kinds which, owing to the inadequacy most opportune, as w ,

of the vault, cannot be stored there, have large industries and corporations \ 7. Two good building lots only four blocks from square near your father, your brother or your
lover. !
and are in danger of destruction in doing business in our county, Ocklawaha avenue Must go at once at, each.$250 i iI I,
amply able to their share of the I I
case of fire. I carry II I
No. 8. For investment: One new room and 2 new room
5 cottage 3
We also find that the filing cabinetsare burden of additional taxation necessitated The people of Ocala and this vicinity :,
entirely inadequate and that it is I 1 by such improvements, as ', cottages. Near in. Pay in rents $17 per month, or 20 percent in general and his big congregation -

Impossible for the clerk, with the lim- i may be decided upon many of which ;j net on investment at the price of.$850 in particular are most highly .

ited space allowed him to properlycare in a few years will not be with us to I]I i No. 9' Good 5 room house and 28 good lots one mile west of town. pleased with the action of the Conference ,' Our :stock of goods:::, in price and quality cannot be excelled in this

for the records of the county.So 'I help carry the load. ''|I Must be sold at .$400If in re-appointing; Rev. L. ,YoI

far as his personal work, and We are reliably informed that there''' ,I Moore to the Ocala charglr.. section of the tountr '. We have a splendid assortment of Dolls andTo's

that of his deputies in the keeping of I1: is at present collected and a"ailableI I you want to buy come early or your choice will be gone. Moore has done a splendid work in of all kinds. Games Children's Furniture Picture Books Footballs

records. Is concerned, we find it neatly I i for court house construction JSOOO; this church during the two years he'II

and properly kept.Treasurer's j I and a tax of two mills assessed for DITTO & MALONEY, i' has been with us. lie is now in a position :' and Looking Glasses; Christmas Cards, Calendars, Fine Stationery .
1! to do much more and it is only'
this purpose for the ensuing year will
and Tax Collector's Office I I Ii and Fountain Pen
Main Street Ocala. Fla .
j i bring in $8000 additional. The armory I! justice to himself! and his congregation i

We find the books and records evi-of | could be sold for about $8000. I i I,t that he be allowed to stay here, Our store i is filled with beautiful China, in Statuary, Vases and
the collector's office neatly and the full limit of time, four to
| This, with the rents due for the armory years .
dently correctly kept. We find no pro- i: at that time, will bring the, complete the work so well begun. I, fancy articles of all kinds, such as Dishes: Plates Cups and Saucers
vision for the safety of the books and
1 There are few if more eloquent
amount up to about $25,000 available any etc.
records of this office in case of fire. BARGAIN TIME
in 1906 for court house construction 'or able preachers in the Florida Conference -
This room is insufficient for the rapid I
: We are therefore confident that with than Mr. Moore. He is botha

and systematic conduct of business.\ 'the concerted action of the represent- good preacher and a good pastor,
Office furniture proves scant and very t 7T two faculties that minister does
j alive farmers and business men of our TSteams every
inferior, and part of the office is subeetrta..nundation not |
| county and our county commissioners
j from leakage of after careful investigation as to the I ,

pipes from room above, fouling the i requirements, a proper. and equitableI The Ocala Laundry Are you cold? Masters has nice; !

office shamefully.We I arrangement shall be arrived at, tomeet warm sweaters for both men and IN TOILET ARTICLES
suggest that at the next meet-
I ;, existing deplorable conditions in boys. |
ing of the legislature the present law I II I
'a creditable and satisfactory mannerto SEE OUR RED LIST I
nf-- governing the collection nf occu- I all concerned. : :Miss: Lyle Campbell, the bright and

patton taxes be changed and some ArmoryWe ,! talented daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,J. We can surely please you. The goods are unusually beautiful, in ,
business-like method be devised I A. Campbell, is wearing a particularly'':
whereby the collector shall be enabled find the armory in first class IJGHBROTHERS pleasant face these days, since she received '! Sterling Silver, Ebony, Celluloid, Leather, etc., for ladies, gentlemen or

to promptly learn from whom I condition, with the exception of a few H word that her display of fancy children. In Perfumes, Soaps and Cosmetics: we always lead, and havea

such taxes are due. At present the minor repairs. 1 baskets \11'ttwo prizes at the
collector seems only able to collect Jail -oWe I State Fair. One prize was for the belt particularly fine line this gea:>on.

this tax through the honesty of the We find the jail in good condition, give Free Presents, consisting of Turkey Roasters, Hall Racks, Towel; aggregated. display and the other for Bring us your holiday trade. Your money will go further and the

tax payers or from his personal ob- with the exception of locks on outer I Racks Silver Coffee Pots, etc., with every pound package of Baking the best display and most artistic
servation. doors to cells, and recommend that Powder at 50 cents per pound. work. goods will be better than elsewhere.ANTIMONOPOLY.

We also suggest that the present some efforts be made to procure locks Tickets for other valuable presents given with every purchase. of Soap, I

law compelling the collector to make a that would be more secure. Soap Powders, Starch, Coffee and Extracts We had a call last evening from

report and turn over his funds semimonthly Prisoners are well fed and well taken 'apt. R. N. Grant, of Company D.,
With every pound of Tea, at GOc., we will give a handsome. Lemonade Pitch-
during the months of No- care of and no complaint on their I of the Fifth North Carolina Regiment, '
i er, Pudding Pan or Cake Mould.
vember, December and January, and i pait.I i during the civil '''ar. He is an old

monthly during the balance of the I Poor Farm j With every 25 cents worth of Laundry Soap, we will give a Mixing Bowl veteran and a school teacher by pro- ':

year be amended so as to provide for!)' The afternoon '! fession.I He came to Florida to get
grand jury, on Thursday Every article and every present is first class and fully guaranteed, and
semi-monthly reports in turning over I 1 visited the poor farm in a body. your money will be refunded if both are not as represented. the benefit of its sunny clime and find DRUGSTORE

the funds from and including the [I i: From what little we are able to learnI employment. He ne.dthe aid of the
month of January until the tax books i j I I the lin.un ial side of this proposi-'I i! FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES old veterans, and we are satisfied they'

are closed, and hereafter monthly tllon[I! we deem this one of the best! investments ; South Main St. Give Us a Call. Ocala, Florida. will assist him. The deserving needy

The reason for this suggestion beingthat ., that :Marion county has! I always commands our sympathy and' H. C. GROVES, HOWARD WALTERS.

probabji t.tfcrfier' cent of the taxes 'j I made of late years, as well from the tf should have all the aid we can proffer:

are* paid between January 1 and the| point of money saved as from that of f i! ;;them. !!

time of the closing of the books. the care given to those overtaken by;I .y "", ....:.J '--"__ """' '' ''''' .=' _-.-.. ".,.
We find the county treasurer keeping misfortune and adversity in their declining -Ii i Buy a trunk, or a bag, of Masters

a rented office, poorly furnishedand I years. 1 and fill it with a full outfit of his underwear -' .
l I ,,
an Insufficient safe room. The i I I We find the poor farm well supplied 1 THE CENTRAL HOTEL ; all weights, colors and pric

books are very neatly kept and with I,!j I with all that can be raised on the eSt -
much system and evident accuracy. A first class hotel. Choicest and thehest
I I farm; the inmates well taken care of, family rooms

Sheriffs Office I I I provided with comfortable quarters| table in the city, Special rates to weekly or monthly Jack Driggers and Joe Smith, two'of i o o, : ::-
We find the sheriff's office to be in I!jvery and as happy and contented as could Oxford's progressive farmers, were o TOY TALK 0o
good condition. Little need be I be expected from those laboring un- boarders. ir the city today, investing in improved ..- '

sa d-Q,! the manner in which the of-i I i i! der these distressing circumstances. MRS. THOS. J. BARNES Proprietor. : harrows andn plows. -s--- }s.
flee Is 1 -pt, as the sheriff has in his From the manner in which the farm I I ,
wish to is kept buildings and fences maintained ------ -- First
custody but few records. We j The hand-book of the Baptistc :

say, however, that the sheriff has afforded : and stock rued for. we believe lurch of Beaumont Texas has ,,
I that the county's interest is looked I FRESH It's nearing the time when you were thinking of buyingCHRISTMAS .-
the grand jury every courtesy MEATS AND VEGETABLESr ached our office, aid its contentshae .
in' his power to assist them in disposing after as well by the present keeper ofi more than "passing interest to'' .

.of the business before them. i the poor farm as could be done by us because Rev. L. H. Warren, formerly f
Beef Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef Mutton At: '
We think that he has been very vig- i j anyone else.Superintendent. pastor here, and beloved by everyone -

ilant in his efforts to bring to justice':' of Public Instruction ; moor's Star Ham Armour's Pork Sausage, Cab- is the pastor of that church.It GIFTS .

those charged with crime, or who is a little book of sixty pages. It
i We find the office of the superin
I :i % Beets Sweet
have In any manner violated the penal i tendent of public instruction to be;i bage Rutabagas Turnips, gives a photo of the church a mag- '

laws 'of the state. I Kept in a neat and satisfactory cor.- Potatoes Irish Potatoes. Spanish Onions. nificent building twelve pages of'
church faith, with voluminous Bible
County Judge's Office dition, and have no special rcJcom-
We find this office to be neatly and : mendation to make, except that a fil--I! W. P. EDWARDS, quotations calendar of services offi-
cers of the church and Sunday school,
properly kept and the records now \, ing case be provided for the safekeeping i as well as. of the church societies, a Your money will go further in our store than in any other place in Ocala. We have
records of this office. Phone 108 City Market _
properly filed away in a filing cabi- of the i t,
net recently! purchased by the county i Crime __ __ ____ ____ list of church workers in the Sunday the largest: line of HOLIDAY GOODS in Central Florida.
school roster of pupils names of
commissioners. Some of the old booksIn i i !

the office containing valuable records 'that We the are crime gratified appears to be able to be to on report the i, HOLIDAY DRESSYou those roll of for mmbt'rstand the business; men to seventywhose greet OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWESTBecause ..

relating to the titles of realt- decrease in this county.Vhile it is addresses are unknown, and
throughout the county are in a very I[ true that we have considered some .
I which are to be ascertained.. So Mr.Warren's .
bad_ condition and we recommend that I two or three murder cases we find Should Vi>it Ocala friends can readily see : WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY.
the county commissioners take stepsto of other
that a number of crimes
he it in business to the full
have the same of these rebound titles in may order be i! characters to be greatly decreased.and and in such service in which measure.his soul In Our Line You Will Find the Following in all Branches:. '

that preserved.We the records. the county in condition.general to be in avery THE NEW JACKET.Ocala's ..Mights. i

:, prosperous 7.
recommend that the county wish to particularly thank the -u
We Masters says: "Not how cheap, but
| commissioners purchase this office a judge and acting states attorney for how much value for your money." f.
book type-writer. We believe in the and
their kindness and consideration
long run the courteous manner in which they Last week several men called or r -

investment for the county, the saving have treated us and thereby affording :Mrs.: Arm to- inspect rooms. These TOYS TOY STOVES TIN HORNS. : '
Old Santa Claus The
In the number of books purchased ,1 1 us everyopportunity to get to ourI Headquarters: : Toy Land of Ocala', were shown them. They said thy _. ; ,

and providing the public with legi- I work and offering every facility which t The Wonder of the Twentieth Century: The Talk of would call again. They did. not toccupy >- STEAM TOYS, TOY ACCORDEONS, IRON BANKS, z ,

ble and proper records. 1 has enabled us to finish as rapidly as however, but to t "al -
Everybody. Presents: Suuitable for all \gl' ,
Court House we have. j 4 what they could lay their hands on. .

Grand juries for :years, after thor- I We particularly desire to express and (,la -='l'='. causing Ernest Crook with Master- IRON TOYS TOY PIANOS COMICAL BANKS,

ough Investigation of our court house i our appreciation of your honor's kindness : to lose a suitcase and an overcoat ana i FRICTION TOYS TOY TRUNKS MUSICAL ALBUMS
Its-aQcomniodations, facilities and requirement in your utter disregard of per : Mr. Dudley, with the Teapot Oroeerja ,

reported the deplorable i i i sonal convenience in order that the THE BROADWAY MILLINERY STORENEXT gold watch. When the theft was WOODEN TOYS: TOY DRUMS DOLL CARRIAGES,

conditions as then and now existingIn I public business might be expedited j' discovered Sheriff Gordon was notified ANIMAL TOYS, TOY TEA SETS, ABBUMS (all kinds)
all departments on account of lack I We pray now to be discharged. and he put Deputy Weaver on
of accommodations for proper handling Respectfully submitted. j the trail. The latter ascertained a

of county business.To I Florence J. Titcomb Foreman. Has: on Her Holiday Dre:,:,. Th Greatest Line of Up-to- party of three men had bought tickets -
former reports of grand jurieswe t for Gainesville over the A. C. L.. WITHOUT A DOUBT WE HAVE THE LARGEST LINE OF DOLLS IN THE STATE WE HAVE-

add our testimony to the imperative ,i i Mr. I. I* Farris spent yesterday' date Hat and Cap to I be found in Ocala. It Will but on following them up he found

need of the county in secur- !I with his family in Oeala. Mrs. Farris Pay You to Visit the New Packet and The that at Rochelle they had changed I

ing safety for their records pro|,,,?r and children are visiting relatives in their course for Jacksonville, and TALKING DOLLS, KID DOLLS,
accommodations for each county department that city.- f tropolis.I Bl'oalwayIillinerv. Store. there were lost track of. I

to transact its business 1 I i iI a SLEEPING DOLLS WHITE DOLLS, CLOTH DOLLS, r
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:within'the. walls of the county courthouse 1 SPLIT, BRITTLE, DULL HAIR Think of it! There are 1"01 dogs In
*with* at least reasonable facil- i HOLIDAY RATES Ocala. and up to this writing only 73 BREAKABLE DOLLS, JUMPING DOLLS, BISQUE DOLLS, '9 :

ities.' !! All Come From Dandruff, Which is licenses have been taken out. The city: UNBREAKABLE DOLLS, JOINTED DOLLS, DRESSED DOLLS, ..,
All'- a sample of the total inadequacyof : Caused Germ marshal received a beautifully writ-
by a
the Resent court house your grand -VIAmAfPHM11 -- :...n n<--tc >r>terday morning with thr- BLACK DOLLS, RUBBER DOLLS, UNDRESSED DOLLS.'r

jury has load to meet and organize in) Split hair hard hair lusterless hair. following message: "My dog's r.amfif i I 'I

the wateftSgjet. thereafter hunt up brittle hair, falling hair, all owe their 'Mi!'5=i-: only six months <,1.d .

the blshwaysrt d byways of the city, ,I origin to dandruff, which is caused by ? COAST LINETo F>-,'..)!'*.! find tl.25: for a lic.n-","

to secure ..a room to transact the :'a measly little microbe that burrows "Missie" will certainly get a lieciis, ,

county business, and'only through the into the scalp throwing up the cuticle all of the : and south of the! Ohio and Poto Those who have good dogs and love
: points east Mississippi
courtesy of our acting states attor- into dandruff scales and sappingthe them will protect them with a license; OUR DOLLS RANGE IN PRICE .FROM IcTO $4.48 )

ney, Mr E.. W. Davis, did we securea .. vitality of the hair at the root, mac rivers tickets will be sold Dec 22. _3. 24 23, 331: and Jan. i, s-o get busy and see the city clerk or

room to transact the business In- causing the several diseased con ii1 limited to Jan. 4. Tu certain points west of the Mississippi and north city marshal.

trusted t* us by the county, and the lions of the hair till it finally falls out. Now is the Time to Put in Supply for the Little Ones. DoNot
of the Ohio and Potomac rivers, tickets will be on sale Dec. 21, 22 and a
limited room offered us in this way Modern science has discovered a remedy The district court for Alachna county -

necessitated having witnesses in the to destroy the dandruff microbe. 23, limited to return 30 days from date of sale. closed its Session Saturday r.isrht Fail to See Our Line Before Buying Elsewhere. _

cold open hallway, and annoying bus- I which is combined in Xewbro's llt>r- To teachers and stueents surrendering certificates signed by superintendents Among other cases there were twelve

I iness men holding offices in the build- picide, the delightful hair dressing. for sellins:! liquor without a license in
tickets will be sold
principles or presidents, ith to
Ing to such an extent that witnesses Allays itching instantly and makes a dry l'OuntThe fines in these cases -

had been ordered out on the streets hair soft as silk. Take no substitute; 24th, inclusive, limited to Jan. 8th. amounted to $":!ZOO, or tr.ft'f'J ,.":1-

j regardless of the possible Inclemencyof nothing "just as good." :; RATES:-One and one.third fare plus 25c for round trip.J. 'I. lent in labor. The cost of the term of THE VARIETY

the weather, and declared a nuis- Sold by leading druggists. Send lOc.i ,court was $3600.I STORE

ance. : In stamps for sample to the Herplcide! K. KIRKLAND I I
with ordinary business men, common I Co:; Detroit, Mich. Tydings & Co., Mrs. L. S. Petteway an son of Or-

beasts;of b den.have had morel special agents ""Ocila, Fla. IY | Division Passenger Agent, Tampa, Florida. jlando, are in the city for a brief star.te 1ft; .
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are a lot of fine, big holiday >
advertisements of the The writer has been in Ocala for

merchants running In enterprisingOcala the Ocala eleven years and has written the holiday -

Weekly Star and alternating as fast -- LINE OF advertisements for our home .III UNTIL DECEMBER 18.

BANKERS as we have room for them and as of merchants for each of these years, so

ten. In the Daily Star. If you have Blankets Comforts Sweaters is in a position to know, and asserts ..

i not already done so, you should read that the merchants (and there were
I ,
; never so many in town) have not
Ocala these advertisements carried -
Florida carefully. They .
tell of 'a world of fine goods of every Ladies' and Children's such big stocks of goods, so varied _

kind under the sun, from which you in their assortment, so beautiful -

can select and supply your wants. and up-to-date as they now have Buy at your own price .

Ocala has never in all of her history Coats and offer to the public of Central

LOANS. [DEPOSITS. sheltered as vast and as fine a stock Florida. Ocala presents more and "
of better advantages to the shopper just Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware
holiday goods as she is now doing o Japanese
this December, and there Is no need now than any market between Jack- ,
COISmiTISM. a A Full Line of sonville and Tampa.Phonographs .
iCCOMMODITIOH of a single dollar being sent: away for

any article whatever. Our people Ware and separable handle Umbrellas at '

should remember: It is to their ad-

OCALA OCCURRENCES vantage to keep their money at home, UNDERWEARFor
so spend it with your home merchant

lie is with you always and all the; Everybody.

Elks meet tonight year round bears his heavy expenses,

This Is the harvest time with many of AUCTION.My

Beavers meet Friday evening. them. and you should help them.:HELVENSTON-PASTEUR COMPANY

Those having big display advertise "

Rebekaha meet Thursday night ments with us, In either our Daily or

Weekly editions are H. B. Masters I II
Odd Fellows meet this evening.Matter the Variety Store. J. A. Pittman & : won.

Son Mclver & MacKay. Smith & I BOARD OF TRADE MEETING I WEATHER FORECAST I stock is -
'- has men's suits from $6 to Roberts of the Ocala Furniture Co., I so varied and
$18. F. P. Gadson's Bazar, the Carmichael I' The board of trade will meet Friday Washington Dec 12.-Partly cloudy

& Son Co.. the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore night in the council chamber, to tonight warmer in north and central I I have
Capt. J. S. Jolly is at the :Monte- A. E. Burnett Ocala Music Co., i hear report of committee on state encampment portions; Wednesday, showers. large not the space to

zuma. Ocala News Co., A. Brown & Bro's. i site and holiday work. .

Teapot Grocery, with several othersto I! H. A. Ford, President. Fine silk umbrellas, with sterling from J10 to $50. Over __
Ever Ready Batteries. The Yonge) follow. I C. L. Bittinger, Secretary. silver and other nice handles. Guaranteed 400 different records in stock to select display it, so I take this methodof y
... Cline Co.Barlow's .
I and at medium prices. At A. from. A. E. Burnett, the jeweler exclusive -
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED F01XD-A lady's russet, rough E. Burnett's. agent for Ocala.
Minstrels at the opera With LOCAL leather handbag. Owner can have letting
asj one tonight. they cannot reach the seat of the dis- I([ the same by paying for this adver- Come in and see our goods. If it Is Mr. W. H. McRainey, Mrs. W. J. every get
ease. Catarrh is a blood or constltu-I I j in our line and you don't see it. ask Lankford and Mr. P. E. Bostick the
The best line of tablets. etc., at the tional disease, and In order to cure If;I for it. We have many goods not )'etunracked. last two the widow and brother-in- best goods at their

Ocala News Company.A. you must take Internal remedies.I I i Others may have furniture, but fore Ocala Music Company.We law of the late W. J. Lankford came own price _

Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally th same price our goods are better. up Sunday night from Wildwood. Mr.
E. Burnett. the Jeweler can sup- and acts directly the Ocala Furniture Company. ,: understand that Dr. E. Van :McP.ainewas '
on blood ,, determined to have:, the as they must be sold. ;
ply your every want in Jewelry. and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh II I j HOCK has rented the Dr. Anderson grand jury investigate the matter of
I Still at tne top-Nunnally's Can-i j place on Fort King I
Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was avenue recently Mr. Lankford's death. Sheriff Gordonwas _
Does your boy need a suit Go to dies. Postoffice Drugstore. vacated by Mr. S. A. Rawls.
by one of the best physicians I II in hearty accord with this wish.
Masters' for it, and be satisfied. I Ample room and
In this country for years and is The investigation substantiated the: arrangements .
a regular prescription. It is composed facts as previou: lpublished In this
Hardwater Soap, the best in the I of the best tonics known combined: paper that the killing, though regrettable
market, at the Postofflce Drugstore. with the best blood will be made for the .
I purifiers, acting : was accidental or unintentional _
directly on the mucous surfaces. The High j Reasonable though under similar circumstances
See my stock: of cut glass before ,
I perfect Combination of the two Ingredients the officers would again act as
you buy elsewhere. A. E. Burnett. I is what produces such wonderful I they did. comfort of all who attend.

results in curing Catarrh. Send Priced
Mr. Schneider manager at \\ood. for testimonials free. I at Mr. T. S. Fakes is looking for a

mar. spent Sunday in Ocala with Ihs I first class farmer to take charge of C _
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., '
family. I the Dr. Fakes place. Here is a good

Sold by druggists, price Toledo 73c. Ohio.Take I G. A. Nash's.We I opening for the right man.

.FOR RENT A fine front office H all's Family Pills for constipation.Mr. I' II O. K. Brown returned jesterdaj'

room Bank., over Munroe & Chambliss' I from a visit to his old home at Mon L Ooni Forget I ifi P

R. L. Anderson has been a great I 11',), Ga.,,where' __.he went to attend I1IMfbr? JOOB'
sufferer from ; '
rheumatism .
for the past receive the Ce in- "f. _! sister., ; .
J. M. Mathews, one of the staunch w ek. At times the swelling in his I celebrated Gage hat, also" be. the Wt":4 -* -' -- *- t _"" ,

farmers. of Flemington was in townMonda.y. I [right heel was so great that he hall make of pattern hats weekly. Always something:: ..'"-: those who did good and ,- :
been confined to his room. ""I,hitrvke as ushers at the Con- ... -
I ne\v to look at. IDon't I ",'ere :Messrs.: Ben E. Raysor, ... ;

All kinds of office supplies in our' We have Just opened up our big fall I ". I. Chambers, W. K. Zewadski and I I

stationery department. The PostofTiceDrugstore. !i and winter stock of wool blankets. In L.X Green. and none stood to their

all weights and at all prices. Mclver Pst all through the day and night as Frcd.
& MacKay. forget the place. did the first named gentleman, show-
"Low priced goods are never cheap." I ing every courtesy to those who CL

You Matters'get.full value for your money at t Major T. D. Lancaster had a letter G. A. Nash's Red Front Store, sought seats.

I from his son, Walter, who holds a re- .
I jsponslble financial position in Ha- South Side of Square. - -- _
Electric house wiring. Guaranteed' |
\'ana in which he said the Cuban I
material and '!
workmanship. The Yonge'
election passgd off so quieti.; December -
4 Cline Co.Messrs. :(
1 there was not a single arrest I -e u OCALA

Thrower Ocala House.Harvey of. Gainesville are at I You cannot make your boy a better : The ladies of the Episcopal churchill Christmas Holiday Excursion Rates I SOME 0

I Christmas gift than one of those suits : \\ hold their annual bazaar at the For the public, tickets will be on

at Masters'. | armory Thursday December 14, beginning I sale December 23, 24, 25, 39, and 31,1 JEWELERS. _
Hutchinson of Macon. Ga..
ifI at 4 p. m. and January 1, at one and
formerly of Gainesville ,is business one-third1| I
visitor in town. a I Mrs. Annie Martin and daughter, j Pieces of art and fancy work, suitable fares, plus 23 cents, with final limit 'Sterling' Silver Novelties. Specialiterling

I Mrs. R. W. Walker, nee Miss Lavel- for Christmas gifts, will be on January 4. For teachers and students,: Comb Brush and MirSoap BoleS, Scarf Pins Leather
| ette Martin, are in the city for few I !sale. Also fine home-made candles, not preparatory, ror,in Case Pressing Combs !Silver' Bowls 't n tndleis variety from
The largest line of school and correspondence a public nor high :Manicure :,et..ln Cases Shaving Mugs Merlin* Silver Dessert Dishes in Rose Guld :!'ic to 1i.OIl:! finished;
i I weeks the guests of Mrs. Bailey and.1 i in original fancy boxes. school, same rate will apply with, :Military Brushes 1'ucket Ooiubs Tea sets and the Popular with and without diamonds, Ladles' PocketbooksMen's
tablets at the AntiMonopoly I Cloth Brushes Coffee setsTrunks Pearl scarf: Pins
Mrs. Woodrow. j The feature of the evening will bean dates 1 Cigarette Cases Card CasesHiscellaneou.
Drugstore.Mr. i II selling December 17 to 24, inelusive. -! Hat! Brushes Curling Tongs! of Silver, complete
!I I! elegant turkey supper, served by limited to January 8, 1906. All :jla.above r Brushes Shoe Horns Bon Bon lUshea Bead Fringe Gas Lamps Ebony Goods '
:'olr.1.:: Handelsman, who spent a I ;the young ladies, with everything to rates will apply to all points nt Brush and Comb Puff Boxes Pin Trays Bead Fringe Electric! Lamps ,
tn Case
J. C. Vertrees, Jr., of Palatka. Vaseline Jars Silver Mounted
month in the hospital in Atlanta, returned -1! 'make a tempting and complete meal. east of the Mississippi and south of1, :>haing Brushes Match Cast's !hell Combs :0
a well known grain merchant, is at I Nail l Brushes Cloth
j'esterdajgreatly1 improved j Another feature will be the "sale at the Potomac and Ohio rivers, IncludIng -' ; Stamp Canes Sterling Silver Brushes Mirrors Gold hiDlt.Jl's 004
the Ocala House. | Tooth Brushes Taper Cutters hAnd at Brushes .old Band Thimbles ,,..
I but still too weak to attend to business the country store. i Washington, D. C., and St. Louis,I[ Darners Pencil Tips 'Iooth Brushes Ribbon Fobsmounted Konnia.
i j p Price of supper, SOc. Admission toarmory Mo. i Napkin Holders I'earl and ilrer- Plated Ware NaIl Brushes in Gold Pictures
Messrs. N. A. mUch and C. C.: Citrar: Clippers Handled Pens or Plate
_ _ iiiirCut Darners Frames
free. The Seaboard Air Line has double: Button Hooks Whisk Brooms Knives Carving Sets Tea bets
Raw Is of Montbrook are business visitors ;- I and Files N'!ther,;ole Bracelets Forks Butter Knives I Japanese Jewel Ca ket
in the city. Mrs. Chas. Pejser, who has been daily service with Parlor Cafe Cars Manicure Scissors Chain Bracelets) :. Ions Oyster Forks Glass Necktie Holders Goods Garter Buckle
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bernard 'I HEART FLUTTERING on day trains and Pullman Sleeping, Embroidery: scissors; Tape Measures Berry spoons Napkin Rings 1 KoldorslUer Hat Sliver Pin*.KO!Jo.
I Cork Screws Sugar Rich and i>l*
Bag Spoons Rare
Tags Cream ,
Seligman, at Columbus, Ga.. for theM Cars on all night trains Spoons Sparkling Cups Bread Trays
leaving Ocala.
Mr. J. B. Cutler of Crystal River!I I J Baby Rattles Pocket Knives Gravy Ladles Bon Bon :poons Fern s Ash
I past four weeks returned home last Undigested food and gas in the j! Flasks Blotters Oyster Ladles Coffee Spoons flSK QUALITY LATEST Ccr Candelabra Candle Trays
came up yesterday to spend a few I I II Vinaigrettes Mucilage Bottles SOUp Ladles Salad Punch StlckiHarbelized
night. She left her daughter and the stomach, located just below the heart, A BEAUTIFUL TOY DISPLAY HP Knives forks and Fruit Bowls 'Finger BoWls
days with his wife. Spoons Bowls
I little granddaughter well and doing; presses against it and causes heart I Watch Chainsand Nut Fruit Crackers Knives Tomato Nut licks servers Wine Vases sets,all iUes Berry Oil Bottles Bowls Clocks and Mantle Clock

Join the Kodak CorrespondenceSchool. : i nicely. j I palpitation. When jour heart troubI One of the prettiest stores In town I CharmsThe Ice Cream Slicers Dt'cantera Water Pt\ehera
and Sets
les you in that way take Herbine fora this season, and one of the best and': Claret Sets Bottles

. Postoffice. See Drugstore.Oerig about it. at the I The mission of "Early Risers" is to :1|1 few days. You will soon be all I most attractively displaced stocks of I II New and Nobby Designs. Rings in Endless Tumblers Salts and Peppers lower Sauce,Jelly BMket8 and lew Art Clocks

I clear the way and give nature full' right. SOc. a bottle. For sale by all I toys and Christmas goods of all kinds I Ladie-Guard Chains gold, gold'filled andsilvl'r Variety Celery Dishes ,Bo D Bon Bon Bon Bake Dishes I I China Cuckoo c.m-kk Clocks Iron

Masters is showing I sway. Those famous little pills rid i druggists. is Frank Gadson's Ocala Bazar. This Vest Chains LADIES' RISG*-f'et with Diamonds. Opals, 1 Marble ClK'k5 Uorka' Bronze and Gilt
a newline I
of boys' clothing; all sizes and i! the stomach and bowels of all putrid store has an immense stock of toys, I! :Men's Men's Gold.old.Filled Fob Chains Vest Chains Rubies,EmEraldll.apphirpi!,Topaz,Turquoise Pianos and OrgansA Tr&yettng Clock French Clocks clock

prices, for Christmas. matter. thus removing the causes of II The Episcopal supper will be a big dolls, china and all Kinds of holiday Men's(;old Charm-;, with Stones suitable for birth stones COMPLETE STOCK 0?
headache, constipation, sallow complexion occa.'ioll.lrt"al1)' :200! tickets have goods, bought with Frank's usual :Lad ies'and Men's Diamond Lockets Signet Rings Wedding Rings l'ian08 Uatdman Piano For the Eyes

The finest best made and prettiest etc. Dewitt's Little Early i iI i been sold 'Remember the night, De- shrewdness and careful buying, and Japanese Goods Organs\utoharpa Graphmhonea I'\ayera '...>..-, Microscopes
I Risers never gripe or sicken. A safe,;i cember 14. at the armory from 4 p.I are being sold correspondingly low. Brooches Mandolins Talking V&tb1ntt. Beading Glasses!
patterns In carving sets from $5 up, ":Screens,large Chimes Guitars; Sheet (.1 lai..ea and
at A. E. Burnett's. j pleasant, perfect pill. Sold by the!'I I I m, on. Supper begins at 6 p. m. .screens,small Lamps (old; Brooches Banjo Music Mute Book. Spectacles.

I Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I, Messrs. C. F. Hurlburt and F. W. :Teasels Vases Tea Umbrellas Pots Diamond and Pearl Brooches Pianos and Organs sold on as ra-y terms i s Umbrellas
II I Wm. Dehon of In Brook of Syracuse, X. Y., Pearl Bwnchcs may be obtained elsewhere. Patronize
Fellowship was are among I Baskets Parasols home rtw r
Hon. \V L. Palmer of Orlando will Diamond and merchants.
j Rev, J. A. lIendry. who attended the I' the city Monday having just returned the early Northern visitors in the city i ]Lanterns Curtains I[;ol be the orator for the Confederate
reunion Cups and Saucers;,etc. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS goldlll -
at Jacksonville. i Conference from Quincj to which : from a week's hunt in Gulf Hammock to spend the winter. They are guests I Brooches POTTERY : un\edcllretUro. the makers

I place he was re-appointed, left )'ei.1 I with J. F. Meredith of Dunnellon and of the Montezuma. II' I I- #. detae .able han.Cei. ',- -

terdajafternoon to visit his orangegrove Billy Folks' hoy!<. They were Aery: I
Mr. Valmore Izlar
in Dt-Soto county. !iII successful killing 75 squirrels, 28 The circuit court disposed of the '.. .
day from Sutherland to spend a few i OCALA _
ddt with his parents. I! ducks 2 turkeys and 2 deer. While case of Dexter Washington, accused OPEN EVENINGS MUSIC COMPANY

II FOR RENT-A 5-room house on \I there they mt up \\ith W. J. Watson, of "embezzling" a watch. lie was WEDDING L\\\\mLP.Hm\\\\

South Fourth street. Call on H. C. a successful hug raider.COMING: found guilty.
"Father, I don't want one of those
old cheap suits. I want one of those I Jones Ocala Bottling Works, Ocala, ] -- NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE. _
good ones at Masters'." 1-'la. i r Sam Christian, who for the past -

I ,i year has been the successful manager! -________
The biggest tallest and prettiest Miss Byrd Wartmann will leave of the Dr. Fakes place, has assumed I,
next week for her annual trip to New- :similar duties at the Palmetto
glass vases ever seen in the city are :, '
at Mclver & MacKay's. York to take a course of study and IIU1APTY DUMPTYSPECTACTLAn I Farm. Mr. Christian is a live, up-to- ,

I enjoy the music of that great metropolis date young man on agricultural and A
There Is nothing in the furniture during the holidajs. PANTOMIME stock matters: and is a valuable man HOLIDAY

line too good for you. We have it.' (COUGHING SPELL CAUSED DEATH DIRECT FRtiM NEW YORK for those who employ him.Mr I lTHIS \

Ocala Furniture Company. I
i "Harry Duckwell, aged :25! years, ONE NIGHT ONLY A. S. Anderson of Floral Cityis

Mr L. P. Ballard. the brush artist. choked to death early jesterday at the Ocala House. Mr. Ander-i ,
went to Eastlake this afternoon to do morning at his home, in the presence L a m has recently returned from a \<

of his wife and child. lie contracteda lengthy trip to Asia, Europe and the HOLIDAY SEASON
some painting for Mr. Woodrow.We I --- I have offer
to to friends far the Uest'
slight cold a few days ago and paid GAO: H. ADAMS' BIG COMPANY 1 1 Filipines. I my by

can suit you in either box or but little attention to it. Yesterdaymorning ,
tablet paper both as to quality and he was seized with a fit of ACTORS.V"TRI>SES. SINGERS, Mr.V.. H. Powers and wife, and and Best Selected Stock of Fine Goods ever offered to the pePle of "

price. The Postoffice Drugstore. I i coughing which continued for some DAN<:-ERS, Miss: Sara Harris, sponsor, and her ,

!I time. His wife sent for a physician HANDSOME COSTUMES, maid of honor, Miss Esther Weathers, Central| Flcrida in the lines mentioned ,
) below.
with Mr. Roess of this'
Cornell left
Mr. C. D. Dennis connected with but before he could arri\e. another GOnEOeCEXERY.. :

the Dutton Phosphate Company at coughing spell came on and Duckwe'l'1 BUSTER afternoon for Jacksonville to attend r
Gainesville is at the Ocala House. i died from suffocation. Louis I the State. Dr.Confederate Reunion tomorrow !I Come in early and make your selection while the stock is unbroken. s .
Globe Democrat Dec. 1st, 1901:" !i Powers will return home

Capt.V., I* Ditto and Mrs. Badger Ballard's Horehound Syrup would : tomorrow. i! .
went to Jacksonville today to attend have saved him. :25c.! 50c. and $1 at J. R. Martin & Co, who raised the 'I

the Confederate Veterans reunion. all druggists. I biggest and best field of oats in the Jewelry and DiamondsI Hollow and Flat Ware
I F :
county last year, just east of the city,
Remember we are the oldest holiday The many friends of Mrs. George! J I on the Silver Springs hard road, are have a magnificent line of olid 'gold -- 4
: jewelry in The ,,
goods house in town. and we stick to Nash will be glad to know that the :: It. ,. again ilanting the field in oats. I housekeeper, or thcc Meeting gift for friend* i

our own line. Ocala News Company.We is again in Ocala at Mrs. Uldon's on,I 1 t Mr. Z. C. Chambliss left today for pins! rings: emblems brooches: chains, necklaces, bracelets homes;, should see my handsome Ptok: of quadruple plAid '

are now' displaying our holiday -:Oiklawaha down from avenue.New York:Mrs.: Saturday Nash, came very : ,' I ('hn ago to attend the National Stock : lockets, etc. The \\ >tin style and design and a and 'oIidih'cr: table ware of all kind As good a.s r ube

line of cut glass and fine china. ,; much Improved in health. I Riiers.-nt for eight Convention.or ten days.He will be ab- splendid tock of high grade (liamonIs.Sterling had and amply] warranted.Handsome.

Don't fail to see it. Ocala Music Co. : ,

1\ NO SECRET ABOUT IT I 4i Master J. R. Leitner of Dunnellon, I U

HORSE FOR SALE-A good, gentle S. : -.'n of Len I>itner. a prosperous gro-
family horse. eight years old. me- : It Is no secret that for cuts burns. ( 4. I r\man of the Phosphate City, was '; Silver China

dium size. Inquire at the Star office. ulcers, fever sores, sore eyes boils I 111 the city today. ,i

etc., nothing Is so effective as Bucklen's \ : The We the mo t -tcK-k of silver :-
; ; ladies of the Missionary Societyof carry complete sterling
The i is In
most exquisite china: in town on display ray
At noon today Sam ttt-nor. colored, Arnica Salve.'SIt didn't take the Baptist, church will please send
was on trial for assault with intent: long to cure a bad sore I had. and it is their contributions for the missionary: novelties for the ladies' dre>:-er or table and many little

to murder Major Izlar was defendinghim. ; all O K. for sore eyes," writes D. L. by the 22nd:! to Mrs. Ed Carmichael'sresidence. articles for gift for all of your friend.- and relatives. Our :-tore. Many entirely original (dtvign, uncquatod in

Gregory of Hope, Tex. :23c.! at The No. 53 Fort
King avenue.
II AntiMonopoly Drugstore. comb and brush sets are unusually: hand.-ome. beauty of fini.-b.: I
Walter G. Robinson. register of ther. -
If you are going to put down matting .
S. landoffice and Henry S. Chubb,
we would like to show you what t I Albert Gilchrist of DeSoto declines ,
receiver at Gainesville, have been
re- |
we have in that line. Ocala Furniture to run again for the legislature. He !
Company.The no doubt has higher Ilpirations-gov- New York's Greatest Sensation I irpointed to their respective offices. !. Cut Glass Edison Phonogra
'. ernor. for instance. Their many friends in Ocala will be i
pleased to hear of their good luck. |
finest largest and most varied At-1 The prettiest of all table ornaments, cut glass, can be A good stock of Edison Phonographs f _
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Nichols
stock: of jeweler's goods of all kinds! A BAD SCARE of _
ever shown in this market. Ocala Music J EVEof lanta. who have been spending several found here. Any: article desired and in all of the pretty \each, with over four hundred different

Company, Jewelers. I Some day you will get a bad scare':The days in the city, have returned : designs. Velect from '
when you feel a pain in your bowels home. They will return later in the' _

Hugh Ross of the Gaiter section. : and fear appendicitis. Safety lies in' I Nothing season and spend the winter at the; i I _

was In the city today, and compared Dr. King's NewLife Pills a sure cure I The Most Startling and UnexpIainAct able! Ocala House.C. .. .. ".. _'II
I( 11 you cannot can, write me your warns and < .' _ _
Ever Given
points with Frank: Turner of the I for all bowel and stomach diseases, on the H. Mathis. the well known watermelon -I
Bradley Pond fame, to determine i i I such as headache, biliousness costiveness \ American Stage and cantaloupe grower of

which had Inspected the handsomest I I I etc. Guaranteed at The AntiMonopoly i Tickets now on sale at the 0 ala: Ocala and Blackville S. C.. has returned \

pullets at the State Fair. Both are I!I Drugstore only 25c. Try 1 News Company's Store. Prices, :25c.!: from the latter place and Is A. [ BURNETT \JITh

poultry,s .fanciers_ from way back. 1 tem. SOc.. 75c. and JL in the city for a et 5tal. ,


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Taking Today I

aee-1oa ag&inr She began to cry and and Your Cure Begiu Today COLORED PEOPLESDEPARTMENTREV. .

1 sob violently, ana her mother led her f Bif _

upstairs. J. E. A. HEELER Editor. -d -
When Mrs. Weston came down a 1 ,

Would you like. to have a seat at the opera in your own home? How would you like half hour later the dinner table brilliantly I,-' _p.

j. l lighted gleaming with damask I Xew Florida syrup. the best into ,

to hear your favorite voice in song or recitation in the quiet of your own parlor? This and and silver, was still untouched. John. >m, at the FaIana Grocery.i -

who eat bowed in surprise and crushed rV.Oat IM.Ofl fwutlMm"far c.da.&' I

more is yours have, a grief, elowly raised his head. There It* Vitalised Medicinal Food Properties :' Two houses to rent. In good shape.

w&i a pause. The thought that occur In are Bringing Very Quickly Healthy Ri&liztd.Color to tlu 'Jucker Hill. Apply to Jos. Sampson.Call .

red to Mrs. Weston was that he was (Cheeks of the Pale and Sallow. i

sitting while she was standing distinct In Producing Strength to the WMk. U'. at the New Drugstore for fine
the Fe ble and the Invalid.
Victor violation of etiquette. As for In Toning up the System of Convil cigars stationery and first class

him-well, he WM thinking of other 'tents from Exhausting Dueases. drugs I
In Cleansing the EcUr System. i
thingi- Bewilderedly, be brushed awaya In Nourishing the Wornout. A-
Look out for M "
mad dogs. Any dog I
In Rounding Out the Ptaktl ,
heavy lock that had fallen over his
,Paces of Children. t that has on no collar or tag is liable! for Rheumatism Cute
forehead. In Building up on their Little Bodies be killed. I Ito A, Sure Cure Sprains. Womds, Old

/ "She 1A1 "-ht stopped, his voice was 'the Desirable Pink and White Flesh. and I i Sores. Corns, Bunions.Galls. ,

Talking ; husky-"she said she'd never cared fat i Color In Dotting and Dimples their cheeks that with male the Mother's Pretty t Don't forget the meeting of the K. Bruises. Contracted Muscle, Lm Back, Stiff Joint,

Heart Frosted Feet Bums Scalds, etc.
me. He swallowed bard again. "Never Glad.OZOULSION of P. tomorrow night. Election of officers -
AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation. subdues InfUznmation -
la that truer
;It an Antidote for all Disease '
Canted, etc. Let all attend.
and drives Pain.
The woman was frightened. She felt Exposure to Cold *&& Wet. : out
PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tisstm,
Machine the sudden iron of his To prove its Medicinal Food Merita ft For
will and was ;, comfortable lodging and first promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giring the Muscltt
speechless. Trial Bottle Free by Mall class board call at the Marion House. I natural elasticity.

"Answer me. Is it?" His command Will be sent on TeqUe Writ by letter | !Irs. P. G. Gowens, Proprietress.
or postal card to J I BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH
rang out like a pistol shot and a dan I i -
-. Ozomulsion Co.,98 Pine St.,Rew York. Send your boys and girLs to the! ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
gleam lay le\'elln his '
5 gerous eyes. AU DrjfgliU-Two: :sixea.COc. and HOi '
=---- "Yes," she admitted, utterly thrownoff Parish school Rev. J. B. Brown. Ini I CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM

her guard. structor. Special attention will be I

WE HAVE THEM AT ALL given them.
PRICES "At least" he said finally, and his' LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R. I
i I Mrs. B. A. !mpson. 500 Craig Kncxrflle,
voice sounded miles and miles away i iI I i I Every time we turn we can hear of Tenn. writes: I hive been trying the baths of

'HIS MASTER'S VOICE" "we have the truth at last Now we i wedding bells. Vie hope that twelve I hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I

may understand each other." 'i Best Line to !' months hence the bells will have the I get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment

From that time on Greta was as BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE, MEMPHIS same sweet tone. I than any medicine or anything I hare em tried.

completely ignored as if she had beeu KNOXVILLE LOUISVILLE !; / I Inclosed find postoffice order for $LOQ. Send at
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the bisque shepherdess on the drawing: Miss Laura Green has opened a I large bottle by Southern Express.

RECORDS? YES.We room cabinet From being everything CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS, CHICA. first class restaurant two doors above I j ji THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00BE

in the house she and her mother had GO, add all Points NORTH and i the city market :Meals and lunchesat SURE YOU CET THE QEMU1ME'

suddenly become nothing. It was almost WEST, in Through Cars. : all hours. Give her a call.

have all you could want to select from, and n-e would like to have you come in as if they were remaining there ONLY Line operating through sleepers 'i Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST.LOtflS.U.&A. ..

.4 and ask us to play them to you. Our stock of records i is the most complete in Central like One the maids on two weeks' notice. from FLORIDA to CHICAGO. i'i were Quite carried a large up to number court of this persons morning : I .

morning they told him that hi; ONLY line operating through sleepers ;'
"Florida. wife was calling for him. They led him: from FLORIDA to ST. LOUIS many of whom are well known.:

Into a cool dim room. When he became ; and are under serious charges. 1
accustomed to the half be
FINEST Dining Car Service In the!'! Anthony Johnson and Miss Hattie l SOLD AND RECOMMEN DED BY ALL
saw that Greta the pink haJ! I DRUGGISTS
THE OCALA FURNITURE CO. rose South. Finley were married last night at 6:30 I'!
turned to an exquisite white lily. lie
THROUGH Tourist Sleepers to California ; o'clock at the St. Johns House b)'
spoke to her gently, considerately, as
j Rev. J. W. Weston. Congratulations.j
the physician had bade him, but as to ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
-- For information as to rates to all L ,
I feeling-had not she herself killed it? '' John Brown has opened a barbershop ,
points NORTH and WEST schedules i iand
... But all the dammed up love In the ,. | just one door west of the city IN OCALA VIA
full information call on or write1
n,_a*_ifa y _natt....,.,.v*.. noont.. 1._vnmti/110vnlr_ .... '.* v.stilt.. f..t, -- -- market and is prepared to do fine:
u eo. K. Herring, na. rass. Agi., LU &
the human trifle In blue ribbons and work. Hair cutting, shaving shampooing
i iI N. R. R., 206 West Bay St., Jackson. -
Through Tourist Cars TURNING THE III lace which the nurse held on a pillow v ille, Fla. ';j j sharpening razors or clippers,

I for his Inspection. II I honing razors, etc. Give him a call. ATLANTIC COAST LINESchedule
f i
1 John's son and heir grew and thrived I

Personally Conducted to i TABLE ; dally Life for the first time since his Goods that are good, at prices that I The Montezuma House corner of

... marriage again became Invested with are right, backed by a reputation that i 1 Fifth and Lemon streets, Palatka, ( in effect November 26, 1905.)

California. ; a meaning for John. and God existed we are proud of. Ocala Furniture :: Fla., is nicely fitted up and open toi

By VIRGINIA LEILA WENT after all! The father directed his Company. i pALL i I receive guests. Everything is in first Departures

I fc household" with the power and the !! I j i class style. A cafe and barber shop Between Arrivals.

I Copyright,1905.Virginia Leil*.Wests: J I -perb ,Indifference ,of a king, and the SERVICE RESUMED j adjacent.'[ Call on them. J. B. Long::1 I No. 82 Daily, 1:20 A. M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A. M.

-. 2 women folk were treated almost as cipher 1 proprietor. S Rochelle. Palatka, Jacksonville. Savannah Charleston Richmond

The Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for"i Suptodate ;: In the beginning Greta had dreamed *, ,Mr._John Belwyn,:a man of af f The.Southern Pacific and Union Paich !j I *A. W. Walker the world champion Washington, Baltimore Philadelphia and New York.

equipment, courteous attendants-and many'comforts.- if.romantic-:lova, and army- or, nayffleeri /. fain reckoned'UshM"-'n-with, well:dressed biII A q nearly every state in i i barber, is in the city, and has again Pullman Buffet Sleepers St. Petersburg to Jacksonville connects at

f .That .wUwhila her fatherlvcdLJWbea well nnered ......,-, h'J. ific : ; Jacksonville with Pullman Sleepers to New York.
It's the easy way to travel-no changes of cars,, 'or other ;wor : ,_ steamship to Chi j opened his shop at No. 92 North Magnolia Dining Car Jack
: thePb i sonville to New York.
ries. : ;. he fdn, Hawaiian Island Australian \ street opposite the Florida

BL gr mother or hj ,, n&V re rndla. House. Shaving, hair cutting, shampooing -

Are you going to California? Investigate. ; 'thiYou'll travel. eltlll' -II I__ -_-__ Tred coppernothing -- ; 1 G1ld Bound trip homeseekers' rates to 1 etc., in first class style. Tools No. 78, Daily, 1:00 P. M. No. 89, Daily, 2:35 P. M.

be surprised to find how cheaply! but the big mansion! with the behind iLls son'8 magn10eeIt child's birth i ,ixniisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and Old I kept in fine order. Honing razors Rochelle, Gainesville Palatka Jacksonville. Parlor Cars St. Petersburg -
enorU1OU mortgage From the moment ot her r Mexico guaranteed. Give him a call. to Jacksonville. Connects at Jacksonville with Sleeper for St.
on it Greta I toward ,[ each first and third Tues
prompted by her Greta bad felt a tenderness I! Louis, via Thomasville and Montgomery; also Dixie Flyer Sleeper
mother, was ready t 0 of a wife vl)0johnthe day. j Special Notice
tenderness I for St. Louis and Chicago via Tifton Macon and Atlanta.No. .
anything there
eligible, provided a son. Sow she was Through Pullman tourist cars threeI The New Racket is loaded with
Full Particular was a good substantial bank account has borne A things. She i I days each week from Washington D.)' ;
'of other Christmas
feel : and holiday goods. We
t 0 can 21
As far 811 his physical appearancewent smiled beginning I as he remembered her irritaSffisSSsSsi-''C.. to San Francisco via Atlanta L, please the old folks, the young folks, Daily, 2:00 A. M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A. M.

Gen. Agt., John Selwyn did fairly well. Ue social derelictions, his old i Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans and St. Petersburg and intermediate points.
even the babes in the
was deep chested and broad shouldered tlon at his etiquette whIch had S<'E'IUed I l and Southern Pacific "Sunset Route." cradle. We _ _ _ -_ _ _ _ _
of i have also
Ills I time lack I a complete line of fine dress
and a bit above medium height bopeless stumblIng block j Cheap one-way colonist rates fromall No. 89, Daily, 2:55 P. M. :
sensitive to her a I goods, shoes men's and boys' cloth No. 78, Daily, 12:40: P.- M.

chin was firm, his mouth and was quiet In I in the way of mutual happiness. But I I points to California and Xorthwestfrom ; ,: ing, furs and jackets for the holiday Tampa, St. Petersburg and Intermediate point

Pacific. and his eyes were dark I now- ven if be hadn't mastered those February 15 to April 7, 1906. 1: trade.
financial I
bIg practical things,stock In the war kets be deficiencies which obviously be had- Requests for information cheertullyanswered. j! No. 45, Daily 10:05 A. M. No. 48, Daily, 6:00 P.'M. 1'

world. In mines and what were such small matters compared -, J. F. Van Rensselaer, Gen-i Mrs. Martha Page, who has been to
of morewas Juliette
the arena High Springs. Dupont Waycross.
at home. In the to face the realities eral 'Cyril, Fla. to visit
with a with power Agent 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta, her husband has

(1rcumscrib1 thlngs-soc1ety that of existence? And how big be was In jall j Ga. !' returned. She reports him better -
and the Infinite trifles No. 47, Daily, 3:00 P. M. No. 46
capital S Daily, 12:20 P. M.
in that big things! While at Cyril she was the honored
make up form and acknowledged that One day she came to him, a dumb. I '! guest of a reception. given by Mrs Juliette, Dunnellon, Homosassa BrooksvlIIe, Trilby and local points
h'" humbly A Ministerial Doubt.
arena- pathetic> In each : Maggie Brown. Another
question purple eye. reception
HOLIDAY EXCUSION RATES be was out of place.VStofl'. eli, tho "What Is ItT' be asked generously (j The new pastor of the country church ,i I"as tendered her on her arrival in our No. 49, Daily, Except Sunday. No. 44, Daily ex. Sun., 9:4ft A. M.,
\8 for Greta I was an eminently practical man as
God perIU1ttd her short lip trembled, and without 1 city by Miss Lily Williams. Juliette, Dunnellon Homosassa.
creature whom upper well Among _ _ _
young as a good Christian, and on the _ _ _
call wife was to John a being warning she burst Into tears. the guests were Mrs. Kate Williams

--VIACUTHERN him to worlll he bad never known! "I-I want you to love me again," occasion of his first sermon he proceeded 'and Miss Rosetta Edwards of St. Augustine Trains 82 and 21 carry sleepers Jacksonville and St. Petersburg.
from a at Its close
was rather a Pretty girl and cul- she sobbed. to test the practical and Gainesvllle.respectlvely. Trains 82 and 85 carry Pullman Sleepers between New York, Jackson,
Sh Christianity of his hearers.
she was fairer than who i vide; Dining Car service through between Jacksonville and
but to him "Love you? As the womau Jersey. City;
lured "
"I should like to know, be said 1, :
RAILWAY ,111 I,?. sweeter than roses, more precious bears my name, as the mother of niy glancing the The Palace Restaurant, corner of Day Coaches between Jacksonville and Washington. Pullman Sleepers,.

I than all rare gems. Her lovely, son-why, I could scarcely help but do ;i over congregation, "how Fort King and Magnolia street, is now Trains 78 and 89 between Jacksonville and New York and Jacksonville and

delicate face was to him the face of an that." 1 I many women In this assembly have not' open for business. Choice meals[ Chicago via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Route, and to St. Louie via Montgomery;

Tickets will be on sale December 22 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, 1903, and January 1, an pl. and his love for her was a mute "No, no."" she cried, as one who really' spoken a the harsh word four to weeks.their"husbandsduring : lunches, etc., served in royal style a.tI I and L. & N., and via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Routes, without change.

1906, Limited January 4, 1906 Idolatry. In all nia 'life not even on I past I reasonable rates. Soup daily; oysters
suffers. "I don't that ,
mean way. I There was a stir among the auditors, I PULLMAN PARLOR CARS ON TRAINS LEAVING
the dear old New England farm, had used to.I I in every style. Special terms to OCALA 1:00 P.
want to love
you me as you but other Indication
no that the
be known anything like It I'm Just longing to have you come and I had told."Indeed. shot weekly boarders. Special department M. for JACKSONVILLE, and from JACKSONVILLE to ST. PETERSBURG.Key .

To teachers and students tickets will be sold December i/th to \Vhen John paid off the mortgageand I for white customers. Breakfast, from
lisa have to
me-when don't youknow. ""
yon West and
he went on, "I am so am Havana Steamers leave Port
settled ,5 till 9 Tampa Sundays, Tuesdaysand
limited 8th a princely few hundred ; dinner 12 till 3; supper 5 till
|24th, inclusive, January 1906. thousands Greta 1 ions to know that I shall ask that all 9. Lunches at Thursdays 11:40 P. M.
on Mrs. all
Weston hours. eI.I
saw ; Fruits : -
For rates and detailed information apply at the Passenger Office, no reason why the patrician feelings of He stood precisely where he was, ;, the women who have not done 69 rise I gars, etc. M. Middlebrooks, Prop. I For full information regarding rates, reservations, etc., call on Atlantic
gauging the lobbIng little figure for a to their feet and be counted."
|ioS \Vest Hay Street. Phone 743. herself and daughter should longer be Coast Line Agents, or
long long while In utter silence. First; lIe paused a moment and waited.One .
repressed."If REMARKABLE CURE J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass. Agt., Tampa, Fla.; W. J. CRAIG Guts
he measured her severely then questlonlngly. rose far over In the corner then I ,
I may make a suggestion," she Pass. Agt. H. M. EMERSON
remarked ; Traffic Mgr., Wilmington N. C.
Last of all, a sudden softness another her and
C:: near soon they h:ldj!
LLJSKDistrict "I
U. I. haughtily one morning at was much afflicted with sclati-:
stole over him and swept him oft come up all over the house until there "
Passenger Ant, J.u k", -.' '.1' !la- breakfast the morning following a dinner lea, writes Ed. C. Nud, lowaville! -
his feet were at least fifty on the floor. Theyreacuer (
at which John's Ignorance of table with that _____L__ _uL' .L .. | Sedgwick Co.. Kaiu "going about on
Without a word but eyes vuuuieu: LUCID
etiquette had marked him as an unspeakable carefUllY.l'nen' crutches and suffering a deal of pain.
were wet, he crossed the room an-1 he added:
kind of skimmed milk [ was induced to try Ballard's Snow Florida East Coast
took her protectingly hi his big arm;. "Fifty-two." he said. "Well, really Railway.Local
the social
among cream, "when Liniment which relieved me.
you .
Just then the nurse fetched their small dear friends: I had no Idea there were : j .
have finished a course it is customaryto ( "I used three 50c. bottles. It Is the
I son In, crowing with delipht. so widows In this
many community. ,
Half Million lay your knife and fork on your London Tit.Bits. i greatest liniment I have ever used; ; I Time Card No.:62.
fiver a plate side! by side" Tradp. have recommended it to Corrected to Sept. 7,1J05.7
Trick of the Drag a number of
".,__ ______ n... _.___ _. .L.
w r'o suiij. uui ,)UU oct 1'lil not mucn "Never ask for the copy of a prescription -, persons; all express themselves as being -

used"- began; John humbly. at the time you buy the medicine i. A Deadening Habit. j benefited by it. I now walk without SOUTH-8OUMIe-iA) DOWN. I UW.aOUID-IUD UP.

SATISFIED CUSTOMERSthink "Oh A fault finding, criticising habit la =- -._ _ _ _ _ .._.
we know observed -
Mrs. Weston ," said the dyspeptic looking man. crutches, able to perform a greLt f I ..
fatal to all excellence !OR. f\9 ''Ii... '
Nothing 29 DI'
business could be built and I Icily, "but we'll do what we can to "In nine out of ten drug; sto- ._s they deal of light labor on the farm." a! STATIONS o.1 tNe.
such an enormous up i strangle growth quicker than a tendency '! I IMIIzIIaIl,
did not have exceptional value and merit? I polish you. at least to save you from will tack 10 or 15; cents to the regular :25c.! &0c. and Jl at all druggists. _
ncreased jf Our goods ridiculous" to hunt for flaws, to rejoice In the : 6 11.11': | : :s 41 a'Lr ___ Jarke.nvlil.. _.
ueing _
think we could hold the trade of half a million people, if our I And then with hispermis.Ion price of the medicine: if you do. That unlovely, like a hog which always has 6 7 |I'i; :. 43! 1, ,. -_._,'. I..k..uylJ.--_ L A I TOOp 51 P .110 421 i

doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? I he began to point ou vto of course is contrary to professional NOTICE OF MASTER'S r. 15 |' l' a- _bt. Auguatme_._,_ .. ft roo.. 7.e i
for SALE
I j his nose In the mud and rarely looks 1\\ .3 I" J I 3. a _.__. ..
him his -1I.\ltlll'8._
: 1"
remissnesses .
17 S. Senators Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, BusIn.ess' I of the night be- Drufrsi-ts are not s-upposM a U I' d 1ct5
think : 7 ... .
etiquette. 11 tO ..
1 10JI a Ei P"lalh ..._.
( The'dIrectIon In which :) w ,1&
section()f this would fore. For up. we look Indicates ; P I
: men tn every country keep on usingI example, it appeared that he to charge: extra for furnishing a copy Notice Is hereby given that under Q\ 7 I, t'r1jar ..._...._.....hJtU... .... __ Lv4IOp atI to
"Wll1Shl \ if it wasn'taU right? had offered the ,hong arm to the lady prescription. If you will wait a the life aim and people who are a Lv ..._...._.....l'&lalll". .. .._ Arl1 00 I IS I
of a and virtue if.I-1..J J.
_)U think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if it whom be took in to dinner; he had and ask for it, (always looking for something to crlticlse -, by of a certain final decree -0 II up Ar ....- _san Xo'-o__... L,12 lup .. .c'I .
nsolutely pure and unadulterated? shaken hands when he few days unaccompaf f I for the crooked and the ugly, rendered by the Honorable W. S. fli:ii- 'I = _21-i.; ,80.aLv., ...- ...... 6-"D_MI1I.ett...___ Ar Jip 1sa&c '

I think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. should nod and nied by a bottle of medicine, theywon't who are always suspicious! who In- l look, judge of the circuit court ot the! :: 75. I', I! 3' ), L -.-._...... 80-ja ..._....__. :"l.if p .6Q ...
back if are not satisfied. failed to shake when be should; he have the nerve to do it. butI fifth : Sill I' '2.7.., __.._. .r.l1hDI': 1 M __ L'I HipI31p 5 34 i ,
ney you hadn't taken the right seat In variably look at the worst side of oth- judicial circuit of Florida, In and : Q\ 11'11 VJ 0. 14"' -_...buin.r.t... _ s It
the carriage when the two are prepared to eth'rtbl'Y for Marion in ..... 8 .1 J'! 1t: ; 1': _....(Ormoii_.._ ..
in _
United States Senate, Washington D. C.d ers, are but giving the world a picture county chancery, a 0 :Jlap a ti a I
; he hadn't risen when the 'W' :;I" 13J .____. ,:
ladies can gain some compensation for II p .Da3I'us...._ SbOp C ,7 ,,
I Hayaer Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes." left the table. In fact he had (of themselves. certain cause therein pending, whereinA. t' i-I 1'1 1 61 1'1" __.....P'.r5 OranjreJiew _..__... 4.0 II 4 :::18 I
been work and the loss of :!
H. M. Stewart.U. a heir: extra a pos E. Delouest p: 2 IS p A ... "' .
": bull In the china This disposition to see the worst Instead was complainant and -_ J.!:" I. 2 30 p 4 11 I
S. Senator from Nevada. .... shop from beginning sible customer without anybody being: of the best Henry W. Chandler et al, as trusteesof .- ill 21 aIS H IAr i -._-jiiiiii0....... ......... L., 12 ,5-plIO'j .0
to last. grows on Qt"ery 103) ;j 65 ..__..... ,
the wiser."-New York i'ress. = ", I'j". .Oral rot Cli,_....._ : I : I. p, I" b
rapidly until It the Covenant Baptist church. Ocala. ]0..5a 4 ('- _._.Ovsng' "
"Ghe me a little time dear ultimately spangles all : I.k. 't'lt11IU'tl..D_ f 2 .I" au
to Greta he said that Is beautiful and cru/nes out all Florida, were defendants I will offer I L... 9. "j; ;:l.$ ,t. 'it", bnltrll&..._ Lv 21oif a i i n
AMR WHISKEY i a trifle sadly, completely Ignoring Are Large Hou e. Vulgar for sale and r 101'01"' 2fiLp"! __._ .() k Hili., "I & It :1314IOO =
that is good In himself. No matter sell to the highest and I u 9i. .. \\1.
her mother-"Just a little tIme- larbOUSl'S vulgar: ? ... I 3 30 l I' ir --- ... Titutniie ___. _. '
and I'll promise you won't Are ; ; Oitainlj bow many times your confidence has best bidder for cash before the court vij1.\ ;. IAr ..._._,....... /lt.'r't __._._. I.. III I J 10 (10l
of me." be.ashamed 9 parvenU ,tm* ;md; buil.l himself a been betrayed, do not allow yourself houe door south in the city of Ocala, Q iOIlaLY- .. ... -.-.5tit.-r'l _.__._. Ar .. I (.01 O.

; JILL, $ ,20 I I If during this scene the maIl appeared house would, the be vulgar size; of, as Chatsworth lacking a or sense Iiab.7 of to sour, do not lose your faith In peo- Marion county, Florida, on I I .(. 10 3V piII11 pj 4$3)pLv 0' 1',, .". .... _TIc'UII._O. '&....."_."-1'..,-_ LI..- -J2.Ilpiwi. p, 3 iii ::a.

4 EXPRESSp The bad the u i4ti t JS 1' ..._ Iv kled ._
undignified and pie. are exceptions. Most f Monday, the 6th Day of November, A. .. < 11 PO p 2 J'1
: co:
weak It must .. ..
3 prolTtiou in a matter of tastr. Thi- tip 44Sp _... .1.1 6&1U.__ 1"I1 I41
QUIRTS be remembered that he was Idolatrously Inheritors of such places are of course people are honest and true and mean D. 1905, I u 12 US" a I II P .It, __.__M..lbou'ae_.____ 11 ,j a 1 U i ::!
PREPAID in lo\e with his to do what is rlght-O. S. Marden !1n 12 :. 7 p ___ .r.alll&11 .___. .. JI lit a, II I i ..
Wife But that very not vulgar:; to !live in them, though! they between the legal hours of sale, I the l4aaI 62'i' ___....e. Lu..toI....__. JI U .! IS to.

OUR I idolatry helped him in other ways, for are s-oniftiines mot unfortunate- Enormous Success Magazine. following described property, to-wit: :, .-.. I 214 53 ,a I.10'JI.% P ". _.. _E,, Plerce.. ..__ : .0' alt U =
OFFER Tlbb& -
Hrnl send you In a plain sealed case. with no ______ lore is a famous school mistress. lIe houses survive the time of necessary -' A LIQUID COLD CURE Commencing at a point forty feet westof ; .;::: 2 :ll al 1 ;, JI ,... ___ Edo _.__.__ C I'a)1fl1.. Ie 11.1 fa
BOTTUS: rka to show contents. FOUR FULL QUART had mastered 2 24 1 11 JI 1'111"n.. ..
OF IIWyi j big practical problems the northeast corner of block eighty- al ,. -- p "I. .111 .
will retainers and a warlike state. I I ) 2 II 1 t ___ .. '
pay the PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR J3.CO. and we P ,81114"...__ .._ .. 'II a'lI ss '
test it-every ottls Cb--,: ... Take it home and sample it.have your doctor I in life and he was quite confident that They are useless for all m0l1o-rn pur Croup, Coughs, Colds!, Whooping six as per record of the plat of I the! ..:J ICH. 7561' __.B"t.ehtln4__ IUaJ.: s. 0
And yo 'Sb. Then if you don't find it just as we say he could conquer these smaller ones. west half of the southeast of'!i' 3 21 4 8 II 1' .". __.__We.t JopllerWest .. __._ I U aiiO t5
perfectly quarter
1.20 saUsfot.a it back to ns AT OUR EXPENSE po-es except display; pathetic then Cough, etc., have no terrors for children I "4 I a, II 511' .. __ Palm Beath_..__ I. 7" a. 45j
will be pro UlPrJJ ietun; How could offer te fau-er andro1l1'dOD't Yoc Pathetically enough however, his ",bell old, they are certainly tulga1; or adults who evacuate the bow- section eighteen township fifte en4 I 4 U ai .t 1'1 .. __.._BOy5Vj _.___ 7 20 aJ I I .f I ::a
risk a cea rapid dally Improvement passed all unnoticed south of t U a., II 24 .. __ .. ,.I"'Ia,_'". .. 7 0 ij g C.
Orders when 1l1'W'-G. S Street in London OutRE7DTHIS ,els with Kennedys Laxative HoneyS, range twenty-two east and;t :) sz7 ::0211' __.7oriLauderdaie..__ S1ta It

forArj z" Cat.Co1 Wah Mont Nev. N.'f es..Ore.Utah.Wash. ftlVATJ..: In the eyes of his young wife. and Tar-the Original Laxative CoughS running thence west eighty (80) f et.j i -'I- 4iaI"3I' .. __.._.l .nla....._.__ .. IHC! so.i Slip '1,
or k must be on the. ba-is of 4'quari* t'tft4.) Express: Pre .n'- She grew prettier and prpttler. her I thence south one hundred and fifteen!I -... S 5a 10 n p, H&llsndM..._ I U s 1 f U
a&14 ..
or.Quat, and t a II 1-7 > __ 1km' '
; ,. "r.llOby.'re"'ht rrepald.Write a che -ks 'rup Liquid Cold Cure. This | n City__ 5' a 7)J .
( more exquisitely pink...her eyes : remedy expels all cold from the sys- and one-half feet thence east eighty' j :Q :_.. a_11_Ii _P>_r _. Vlaa.1_ _._._.._....____Lvt' iL. !'iSui
our brgiter.!
nearest cffic and do it NOW. But likewise\ she grew_ more feet thence north one hundred and ;
tem and strengthens the throat, lungs I nan, .
THE and more capricious and manifested Mobile Ala., Dec. :24! 1S99. fifteen and one-half feet to point of E.. IIOMbaTEAD!' EXT F. SIOol p"n.,
HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY F and bronchial tubes. The mother's favorite ,. I I Es.3.tIAh1.
: |--zsxu. ..-- Increased annoyance at his 11rt>5l'nce. Dr. E. W. Hall, St. LouIs Mo.-Dear bginning, containing about one-quar- .._
and children's
safeguard. Sold
| Atlanta, Gi. Dayton, 0. St. Louis, Mo .St. PulIIII"- -"'." At first he wondeml belple'StYLittle Sir: Having tried different doctors and 'i ter of an acre more or less the same I toO __:L ___ _....__ A....__.. 2Oj

: CO 0 DisrniiBT, TBOI. 0. ESTABUSHXD 1."G.. i by little the scales began to fall from their remedies for se"eralears for by the Anti- Ionor.oDrugstor@! : l lying and being and situate in Ocala, 10 3J & -....Ar Hom..11'.1 ., L ...._,__ I" I'I

r. his eyes. back and kidney trouble. I found nothing Marion county, Florida, or so much I o. I. I 'Yo.IT' "

.. TbereVas a copy of Slcbel's "Ma successful until taking The Tex NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ,thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy io. 23 e.2Il, i I Xe. '""(.. I
donna directlyover Tax I>ed Under Section 8 of 'tuo. "UD. Es.X.tTPORT BRANCH ...soils..I
and which hu: g Chaps DA1Iy
Child" as Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, 'ail final decree and costs. (ioly Only I Saa. Dallyl ,
the hall mantl l. John had bought* and. being rapidly cured. the old saying ter 4i>S, Laws of Florida- Joseph Bell _I I ONly
HE ORIGINAL the picture because he fancied the Madonna with railroad men is "God bless: Notice is hereby given that H. L. Special Master In Chancery.T. I pI 10 10 sSOOpl I & b _.Jarbou111e_ Ar I i$ aj-I 11 N i4 I01 I----a -
One evening Anderson I W Ii 10 U a O'I p 8 t't. Ar So Jark ".RTl !16_ L.
Dy resembled Greta. the man who invented the Pullman purchaser of Dur.nelloDcit : E. Biggs, .. --. .. I E a : p I 3 I -
I" __ -Pablot
240Pi3Ga64OPi a ) b_ '
The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act following his wife into dinner the fan- sleeping car," but I say "God bless the, ) tax certificates No. 23;;, 26. :| Complainant's Solicitor. 2 &S ;' 10 55 a 5411j\ I 904a .&U&nUt-toach_ 7Oa'lisaa Iie&'I45.1' StipI Nj :

i the bowels and thus I led likeness stru"' him with renewed L inventor of Hall's Texas Wonder." 27 and 30, dated the 4th day<; lOOp 111Oa fool> 22ia _211.",,,_ sssiiLiiao&i aaop_
assist in expelling 1Vi colored and I | The above sale is continued until _ _
Ws force-she was; MJ ru-hiy Yours trulyV.. B. Clark. of Jme.t.. D. 1903, has filed said | -- ...
from the is Monday.: Dec. 4, 1905.
1 system new and originalnedy's beautiful! -\.bOt.'lirwmJodly. he steppe1' M. & O. R. P. Co.. Mobile. Ala. -.eruricates in my office. and has made I PESOOlUK AM) OaiDENTAl STEAMS3IF COmmONS! AT MIAMI

Laxative Honey and TarATIYE on her train and riyj-ed the waist seam application for tax dd to issue in I The above sale Is continued until:

ever so st: htly. She turned on him I A TEXAS WONDER accordance with law. Said Monday, January 1. 1906.
cerufi.1 Close Coanectlon Made it Miami I with Stetashlpi of the P. k 0. S. S. C.m ..
c contemptuously when he apologized, One small bottle of the Texas Won- rate; embrace the following / Fof

with an auger born of her condition: cer. Hall's Great Discovery, cures all I ed property! situated in the town ofjDunnellon I I NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

nd harmless "Do y>m mean to keep on 'begglog r kidney and bladder troubles, removes i ;T Marion county Florida !: Notice ia hereby given that Jess
remedy for pardon' ull your life?" I gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emis- I: to-wit: Lots 213, 261 3l'S.' :SOT, in town i M. Ne ly of Oklawaha Florida, has

p.Whooping Cough, "It was a little accident dear. 1 I IWoud.ft sinns, weak and lame backs, rheumaj j of Dunnellon, and ne4 of sel4 and 1 'this day made a deed of assignment: to Tb_Time Tables,show the time at which trains may be expected to arrtf*At And .s.put.
mm the MTcral .t.I\.tjnll but their arrival or departure at lie Umca atAted
uenza and all p get angry," he remonstrated I t'.sm! and all irregularities of the kid- nw* of se1", sec ?5, tp 16, r IS e. The < i the undersigned as assignee under thethe I ...r u tLU Company to be aeld responsible for any delays or toy consequences&diIe U not c nir thert&ocB
: soothigly. at heart very sorry and I rEfs and bladder in both men and wo. said land being assessed at the date : laws of florIda. for the benefit of .ti'...
MothersKennedy's ,
s. HONEY very much annoyed at himself. men. Regulates bladder troubles in I of the issuance of such certificates In
"Pon't call me 'my dear!'" she flashed children. li not sold by your druggistwill : the name of Unless i! :and the said creditors are hereby c UN For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information ,

ba/i. "I despise you! I might as well I be feit by mail on receipt of SL. said certificates shall be redeemtd I ed upon to file with me sworn statements "SEE THE TICKET '

te you first as last! I"- One small bottle Is two month treatment according to law tax deed will issue ; of their claims against the said I AGENT. .

.y IAN /'Greta, Greta!" cried Mrs. Weatoayearningly. aud seldom falls! to perfect a thereon en the 8th day of Janaary >assignor within sixty (60) days if such J. D. RAHNER Asst. Qen'l Pass. Agt..' ST. AUGUSTINE...FLA.. '.

But Greta, for the first cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer j A. D. 1906. i creditors reside in this state, or within -

time in her life, was beyond the control P. 0. Box 629. St Louis, Mo. i Witness my official signature and ; four (4) months if they reside beyond --- ,-
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of expediency.yj Send for testimonials. seal this the 4th day of December, A. the limits of this state.Clarence .OLllONEYANDTA1ifO1IflhiDIEiCINN

44 em anat BOTf1L "I Can't bear you! I never, never, Sold by all druggists and AntiMonopoly D. 1905. S, T. Sistrunk. J. Smith ;-

.LAFLA. '/ never loved you and now-I can't even Drugstore. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co, Fla. Monday, Nov. 20, 1905. Assignee.! CFSI C1143a .
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