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.


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Table Raisins, Std,

k_ Messed Salmon, Volume U, Number J59 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER J3, 1905. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year.

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Peel. Fresh Supply of Is Your Bathroom Modern ? GORGEOUS SCENERY.

Force. Full Assort ti 0 BUSTER BROWN
The Exhibits That Won the Prizes, You cannot have too many sireguards for the healthof Kok Psy Makes More Promises, WhichHe DAIRYFor

ment of H-O Cereals and the People Who Made family and self, especially the !growkg children. a Has No Intention of CarryingInto

Them Bad or antique plumb- Effect Your w"rt Tf

O. W. P.eagan-Display of forestry. ing is as dangerous to the London, December 13.-The corres-

PICKLE LAMB'S TONGUE IN Marion Farms-Ribbon cane, Japanese era health as good or modern pondent of the Daily News at Con- Pure Milk and Cream

PINT JARS. cane 2 sacks shelled corn, plumbing I is beneficial) stantinople wires as follows: ,
10 bales hay. 'I The cost of renewing your "The Sultan has yielded. He has

Mrs W. M. Gist-600 feet oats, decor- bathroom with "Statdaaf accepted the scheme for the financial Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.
1 '!
1 ation. i. ) I Ware will in reality be control Macedonia, as embodied in

Call.and see our fresh goods. Ocala Mfg. Co.-4 orange boxes, 2 tomato L health assurance. eWe the last collective note of the powers." Quality and Purity Guaranteed.TOY '

carriers, 2 cantaloupe carriers >_ -
have samples in
2 potato barrels, 2 fish
T-POT GROCERY barrels, 10 bean baskets, 10 l lettuce ;, ., our show rooms and will
baskets. ;-r4' >Iadly nuote ) iu prices. 17y .r' 9v

F. T. Schreiber-Pebble phosphate ?'

F. A. Teague-Fuller's earth. rL

THE ONLY Stuckey & Tiller-Display naval .flIT

XMAS PRESENT .Dunnellon-Phosphate stores. Co.-Display .. UNTIL DECEMBER 18.

hard rock phosphate. \ ,.

I(1V. H. Anderson-Dozen home-made
M. Lucius-Display road material.

I I Colonel ilr. McLaughlin SI.encer-Dozen bales sheaves hay. rice.C. Buy at your own price ..

e J. Jewell-Silver moon oats, Speltz New York's '
Florida cured hams. Unlisted-Best mule colt Greatest Sensation
one year and':
billion dollar oats, 1 bundle .
203-The largest and best collection of Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware JapaneseWare
fodder 1 bundle teasulte, jar under two years. :
ACCEPTABLE TO ALL Florida cured bacon.
canned tomatoes, jar canned 205-The best Florida cured ham. ).A.297-Best pen ram and three ewe, :EVEThe:
OLD AND YOUNGLA&GE strawberries, jar cucumber
207-The best Florida cured bacon. any age.
pickles, jar canned cherries, jar and separable handle Umbrellas at
208-The largest and best display of P-I09-Dest boar, two years old and
ASSORTMENT OF preserved tomatoes, jar Kelsey Florida made lard. over.412Best. Creation of a Woman Out .t'
FANCY BOXES AND BASKETS. plums, jar canned blackberries, NothingThe
210-The best ten pounds of Florida P sow, two years old and
bottle elderberry wine. bottle tomato made lard. over. Most Startling and Unexplainable
catsup, bottle pickled onions Act Ever Given the
Candies and Chocolates at Department 0 P414-Best sow, six months old and on
., jar canned blackberries, under twelve.GLEXHURST American Stage
bottle mulberry wine, bottle The best jackass. AUCTIONMy
Tickets now on sale at the Ocala
T. W TIMER'S pear wine, bottle home-made Unlisted-Best brood mare. FARM-S. R. PYLES. News Company's Store. Prices, 26o,
Unlisted-Be&t mule colt under
strawberry wine. one
Department B 50c. 75c. and JL
Geo. Giles & Co.-4 hand-made baskets year.

1 lasket Sea Island cotton, 23-The largest and best collective

.: 1 basket short cotton, 1 basketvelvet exhibit from one farm.
MillineryFashionable bean hulls, 1 bushel vel- The Food .That Does Good Ill-The largest and best exhibit, sugarcane stock is so varied and : 6 MONTHS. ;

vet beans, 3 ,barrels velvet sugar and syrup, col GUARANTEE

beans, 1 bushel cow peas, 1 bale, lectively. Against holw. No men'
deer tongue, 1 bale Sea Island 113-Best loa stalks of sugarcane large I have not the to darning if you buytDIB

cotton, 1 bale moss, 2 dozen ears size and appearance considered. space P.rDaPIDsiBry'
corn, home-ground meal, 1 sack 119-Best five gallons of syrup ,

tA. AND UP TO DATE Jerusalem oak seed. 121-Best 100 stalks Japanese cane. it I take this methodof
W. J. Crosby-3 boxes pineapple oranges The Cod Liver Oil Emulsion"Par& ellence"for 123-Best 100 stalks of ribbon cane.f:5Best display so All For the Men popular; Worsted colon.

HATSFor Coughs,Colds, Influenza. Bronchitis, La Grip dozen stalks of green cane. sold only in tots of
William Dehon-Japanese cane, 1 bale Sore Throat and Lungs Catarrh Pneumonia 127-Best two dozen stalks of sor 6 pairs for$.SO;Cotton
hay, 1 bushel sweet Consumption and Pulmonary Diseases. All ghum cane. letting one get the ,6 pairs for .
the Fall and Winter Season are Druggists,two sizes 50c.and$1. ; every Ladies; Egyptian Cotton six pairs +-
E. Snow-2 boxes oranges.B. 129-Best five gallons of Japanese syr for[ .00. A fvaranUe ticket WILt
Now on Exhibition at my Millinery I. TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY up.131Best. 411&"j4J''',
Freyermuth bale hay, 1 bushel MAILto
Parlors in the Ocala House. Call and sweet potatoes. all sending name and address to five gallons of ribbon syrup best goods at their own price roBUun

See Them. L. S. Light-1 bale hay. (OZOMl'lilON CO. 0.3 Pine Street New York. Unlisted-Best one gallon of blue cane ,

Martin Chitty-1 bushel oats.Z. syrup. .
Ocala Fla.
MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK. C. Chambliss 2 bushels oats 3 barrels 115-Best contents.100 stalks, with test of sugar as they must be sold. FISHEL ,

velvet beans, 1 bushel cowpeas -
2 dozen ears corn, hickory 28-Best bale of hay made of Florida

OCALAFDRNITDRECOPersona nuts, tub grass. Sour Stomach grass. Ample room and !MoIvER! & MacKAY
L. II. Willis 2 dozen ears corn. 29-Best bale of hay made of beggar- arrangements ..
weed. _
M rs. A. J. Mention-1 bottle syrup.
H. R. Agnew-2 dozen ears corn, 14 i been"I used mfferer Cucarets from and dyspepsia eel like and a new sour man.stomach I have 33-Best bale of hay made of pea- FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Service Time will be
Anywhere Any made for the
bushel l shelled corn4 bushel :>: ]for the and last other two drugs years.but 1 have could been find no taking relief medicine only vines

and! When Needed. peanuts 1 bushel sweet pota- for my a friends short the I only will thing recommend for Indigestion Cascareti and to 37-Largest and best exhibit of oats, UNDERTAKERSand
toes.S. our stomach and to keep the bowel. in !good con rice, hye and corn.
The Question of Embalming and Funeral I II I \lcGehee-Sugar cane. dition. They are Harry very Stuckley nice to eat,Mauch" Chunk,P*. 38-Best six sheaves of Florida grown comfort of all who attend.lion' .

Directing is a Delicate One R. Dalger-2 dozen ears corn, 1 ham., oats.
i S. II. Christian-4 baskets sweet potatoes -I Best for 42-Best six sheaves of rye. EMBALMERS
Would not it be Best for You to Entrust 1 bale hay. I The Bowels 44-Best two dozen ears of Florida

this M. L. Payne-1 barrel shucked corn,. grown corn. Fine Caskets
Question to Those who Appre-
50-Largest and best
sugar cane. display of Florida

elate It's Delicacy, and Whose Know!I GI. Wtrbb-Japanese cane. CAAG(CATHARTIC grown ca.'pava.' Forget DeceMber r and Burial RobesAll
Milford Stock Farm-1 bushel velvet 54-The best bushel of velvet beans.
edge is of the Highest Standard
beans, 1 bushel peanuts, 25 bales 5S-The best bushel of peanuts.
i t.
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE peavine hay, 25 bales crabgrass i 60-The best bushel of sweet potatoes. Work Done by Licensed En
74-The best half dozen balmers and Fully Guaranteed
hay, 25 bales oat straw, 2 bales Pleasant pumpkins. Ycihc.I9O
PROMPT ATTENTION Palatable.Potent Taste Good.Do Good
mixed hayJ. S'erer Sicken, Weaken or Gripe,10c.Sc,500:.Merer 95a: -The best half bushel of walnuts
old in bnlk. The !genuine tablet stamped C C c.
Phone Ho. 10. 94 and 167 L. Smith-Kershaws, sugar cane. Guaranteed to care or your money back. 96-The best kershaw.
Day Night
"'. R. Brown-9 baskets green beans, Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 599 9S-Best bundle-of broom corn. MISSOURI PACIFIC ft',.

SMITH & ROBERTS, Ocala, Fla.rrW. 2 baskets green peas, 1 barrel i ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES Department K Fred. G. B. \ -ANDIRON '

corn, 1 bushel corn, 2 bushels 203-Largest and best collection of
peanuts 2 dozen ears corn. Florida cured bacon. MOUNTAIN ROUTE

Perry Edwards-Sugar cane, 2 dozen 205;-Best Florida cured ham. -
I ears corn. No Case of 207-Best Florida cured bacon.

I George Gamble-2. dozen ears corn, 1 :03-Largest and best collection of HOMESEEKERSEXCURSIONS
coop geese.T. ida made lard.
G. Gamble 2 dozen ears corn. :210! -Best ten pounds of Florida made
,John Hay-2 dozen ears corn. lard.
', L. H. Boon 2 dozen ears corn. PneumoniaonRecord Domestic Exhibit TO

L.1.. Graham 2 dozen ears corn. t TOY TALKJ ARKANSAS,
742:!-Best five pounds of home-made
e'. 11. Gamsby-Peanuts. butter.i53Individual. TEXAS,
I I Edwards Bros.-1 bushel oats. 1 bushel OKLAHOMA, j
II II I corn.Chandler making the largest
I and best arranged collection\ of INDIAN TERRITORY,
\ MATTRESS / i Sampson peck pecans.
jellies and pre NEW AND OLD MEXICO
I W. ?1. Green-1 peck pecans. serves. It's Hearing the time when you were thinking of buying KANSAS,
W. II. Hopkins cartridge box of -
I !!. 754-Best Glass of grape Jelly. NEBRASKA .
754-Best gloss of blackberry jelly. AND COLORADODEC.
A. K. Rlcha ine-2 varieties peanuts
There is 754-Best glass': of wild jelly. .
Manufactured from white cot-I no case on record grape 5TH & 19TH
pure potatoes. 754-Best glass of apple jelly. CHRISTMAS GrIFTSYour
ton hIt, thoroughly clean and Irefrom
of cold ins
all dangerous germs. Marion Canning Co.-SO dozen a resulting 754-Best glass of Keifer pear Jelly. Rate, Chattanooga to Fort .Worth

tomatoes.J. Pneumonia or other serious 754: -Best glass of LeConte pear jelly and return, J 22.10. Other rates In pro-
Sixty Days' Trial ,
D. McDuffy kinds watermelon 7"4-Best glass of bittersweet plum portion from other points the South-
If after sixty days' trial this mattress lung trouble after jelly.
seed, cantaloupe seed.' east.Will
la not satisfactory, return to 754-Best glass of hog plum jelly. also sell tickets to
J.1.. Davis-Shelled oats, corn sheaf will further in store than in other in Ocala. Oregon
our We have
dealer (If tick is clean) and have your 754-Best glass of blackberry jelly. money go any place Washington and British Columbia No-

money refunded. W. II.oats Folksedozen 3 bales hay.ears corn, 1 bottle 7": 4-Best glass of quince jelly. the largest line of HOLIDAY GOODS in Central Florida. i vember the 21st, with return limit
M.IVER & MacKAY, Agtnts. FOLEY'SHONEY 7": -Best glass of guava jelly.7.1B of 21 days from date of sale, at very ;
I syrup. -Best jar or preserved peaches. low rates. Write me for full Information.
II Martin & Cam-1 bushel chufas 1
I 7::>5-Best jar of preserved quince. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST .
II I bushel reanuts. 1 bushel gubers, 755
jar of preserved plums.
1 bushel r"e. 12 bottles syrup.
I 755-Best jar of preserved watermelon
Mrs. Dr. Nicholas-15 pounds pecans. Because: WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY. Traveling Pau ngr Agent,

I 4 quarts wine. : jar of watermelon rind with] CHATTANOOGA. TENN.

1 ,I I Mrs. Lottie cucumber Sigmon pickle-Tomato sweet catsup.pickle. Best jar ginger.preserved LeConte pear. In Our Line You Will Find the Following in all Branches: -

4 v |I, cauliflower pickle. I | Be''t jar preserved Keifer pear. CoalBlacksmith
Miss Ella Ennis-Preserved pears.JGeo. .
and TAR :Brit jar preserved figs. .
K. Robinson bale cotton.J. .
,, Best jar preserved cherries. DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS FURNITURE HORN HORNS
I L. Hudgens-Cassava, 1 bottle syr ,
jar preserved ,
I up. Best jar preserved strawberries.Best MECHANICAL TOYS, TOY STOVES, TIN HORNS,
Dr. Wilson-1 bale short cotton. had been taken. Egg and CfcarcoaL
I jar preserved tomatoes. STEAM
Poor Farm-Dozen sheaves oats and ,
Rst jar preserved blackberries. -AT-
It the
I cassava. stops cough and IJ.t jar preserved pineapple. TIN TOYS, TOY MUSIC BOXES, TIN BANKS,
H. W. Long-Bottle ,
pickles sausag McIVER MACKAYb
j- A
heals the lungs and Best jar preserved
,. pipe:, long grass seed.D. neat COMICAL BANKS, r
COf rA'r MANY jar reserved apples.
A. Walker: bottle syrup. vents serious results froma
Best jar canned peaches. TOYS TOY TRUNKS, MUSICAL ALBUMS,

STOCK FARM 17-W. M. GIST Best jar canned LeConte pears.
HORSE FANCIER SANTOS Fla.Department Best jar canned tomatoes. THE .
C Do not take chances on Best jar canned ox heart cherries. ANIMAL TOYS, TOY TEA SETS, ABBUMS, (all kinds)
Who has had experience with our bar- Beet jar canned May cherries.

ness will tell you of its sterlingstrength I i Exhibit Number. a cold wearing away or Best jar canned pineapples with pears. TEXAS PkCIFIC
I 46-Best bushel Florida seed

real economy and ,general quality merit and, and cost of con its II I!i I 4 S-Best bushel Florida rough rye.rice. experiment with some unknown Best jar jar canned canned blackberries.figs.Bpst WITHOUT A DOUBT WE HAVE THE LARGEST LINE OF DOLLS IN THE STATE WE HAVE p

!5S-Best bushel of Spanish peanuts. .
sidered.! If you know about harnessyourself Best jar canned cherry marmalade. Sp A1Jl3YAY
5S-Best bushel Florida peanuts preparation that .
you won't need to consult a: Best jar canned apples.
lj'44' -Best: two dozen ears of corn.
horse fancier-just see the goods as j SO-Best half dozen squash. costs you the same aFoiey's S Best jar canned, peach butter. TALKING DOLLS, i. 1 -r!! ;w .IJJ.l'iWHITE KID DOLLS,
they'll tell their own story. You're'Iitllcome B-t jar canned plum butter. 7 The Great Eastern
to look as long as you like t 160-Best: bushel sweet potatoes.: Honey and Tar. Best jar grape sauce. SLEEPING DOLLS, T DOLLS, CLOTH DOLLS,
J60! -Best bushel Improved Provider and Western Line
through our stock and ask as many Best jar blackberry jam.
j sweet potatoes.
questions as to price, delivery, etc.. name Best jar strawberry ja.m.B.s ; Across the Entire States ofXO
Unlisted-Old corn crib and corn. .
you please. I Unlisted New get the genuine. jar fig jam. -. UNBREAKABLE DOLLS, JOINTED DOLLS, DRESSED DOLLS,
I I : corn crib and corn.
S. A. STANDLEY & CO. Best jar sweet pickle peach.
I Unlisted-Best four bushels of oats. Best jar sweet pickle pear. BLACK DOLLS RUBBER DOLLS, UNDRESSED DOLLS. IEXA nnd LUU1SIKA J
Unlisted-Fifty pounds of clean rice.:
Best jar: sour cucumber pickle.
C. L. NELSON Unlisted-Four bushels of shelled A Severe Cold for Three Months.
I corn. Bet jar chow chow. TBOUBLE TO AK8WXK QUJJSTIWJ
The following letter from A. J. Kus- B:"st jar mixed cabbage pickle.

CARPENTER AND:) BUILDER.l:;29-Best weed bale of hay made of beggar- beam, of BatesviUe Ind., tells its own Best jar spiced pears OUR DOLLS RANGE IN PRICE FROM 1c TO $4.4S Direct Line to
story: "I suffered for three months with Best jar spiced peaches. ,
31-The best bale of hay made of peanut cold. NORTH
a severe A druggist prepared ice TEXAS
Store and Office Fixtures a Bt: jar spiced grapes. i iBest
vines. some medicine, and a physician
pre T
Specialty. 33-Best bale of hay made of pearl n e. scribed for me, yet I did rot improve Best jar jar spiced spiced -' r' Now is the Time to Put in a Supply for the Little Ones. Do NEW MEXICO- -
I then tried aad Tar,
Foley's :
35-The best bale of hay made of other Honey
Jobbing Promptly Attendedto forage. and eight doses cured me. Ex. No.Wii3Best bottle of-tomato catsup. ?* Not Fail to See Our Line Before Buying .Elsewhere. ARIZONA .

35-Best bale of oat straw. ,andCALIFORNIA
Three sizes-25c, SOc $1.00. Best bottle of grape catsup.
35-Best bale of
crabgrass hay.
The 50 cent size contains two and Best bottle of pepper catsup. "
Fnrniture Repaired and Ren: C98-Best bundle of broom corn. one-half times as much as the small size Best quart of Thomas grape wine.

Department I and the $1.00 bottle almost six times Best quart of scuppernong wine. .BATA J70B HEW BOO) 'Of WCUS. .
ovated.Drop .
159-Best box of oranges. as much. THE VARIETY -,.'.
Best quart of black grape wine. STORE. A+ >
163-Best box of grapefruit. .. .
me a postal card whenever Best quart of white grape wine. .
you want any work in my line. Department K SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY 'p:. <- y o
.. ,_ Genetal_ _
l- .t.__ ...,.. .. ft I* NELSON.. 201-The largest and best collection of THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE. (Concluded on Fourth Pate.) t '1-'. .u" u J> DALJ.ASI,. : .3fe -''"I --' ,.- ,=':'

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Mr. Roy Haines 'i H. BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. i !
machinist at the A Citizen Submits a

C. L BITTINGER & CO. Crystal River Lumber Company met I
, Their Serious '
a sudden death yesterday while

, C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll around the machinery. In someway COMMERCIAL BANK' !i i Editor Star: Xot I : :

Proprietor and Publishers. his clothers caught In a belt and :( ,read in some Northern I

II that was the end of the unfortunate 1; : in some town or city. t !

) C. L. ;rm-NGER, man. Messrs. Mclver & MacKaywere OGALA FLORIDA !thoroughly disgusted i!

telegraphed to for a coffin and' unsanitary condition of i 1
and General Manager I
Editor |an embalmer, and Mr. Albert Owens' : city. formed themselves
. I of that department went down and Your Business with will Protect street cleaning brigade, I
R. R. CARROLL, us you Against
: I prepared the body for shipment to1 I early one morning on

Editor and Butlneu Manager Monte, Ga., where It will be Interred.' snow white uniforms,
Fire and Careless
Burglary Handling of Funds.
I ,
trCity II I The deceased was thirty years of age and cleaned up their

LET THE COAST LINEOFFICIALS i and left a wife and one child to mourn I that town or city .

TAKE NOTICE : his untimely and unfortunate death. r.ew life of order and


It will be remembered that the of- I LAND FOR SALE I alleys highways and ) :

flclals of the Atlantic Coast Line ai i us have your candid

year ago were very anxious to have Eighty acres, under a good wire' not in crying need of |I

the city transfer to them that portion -I!i fence, and suited to general farming: BARGAIN of noble ladies to brush
of South 4th street running from I'and/ vegetable culture; Is in sight of Our men certainly do

their yard to the end of their lots on 'Orange Lake station on the A. C. L. If only such a band

either side of said lots, so they could R. R. In :Marion county Fla. Thereis and make it their first :

have facilities to construct switches a 4-room dwelling, barns and other' HT out from the street

and move the present freight house buildings on the land; also pear, whose self-imposed! I

which Is entirely inadequate to ac- peach, fig, plum, pecan and orange Ocala Steam- rect the policies of the

comodat the business out of Osceola, trees. Is in sight of Orange Lake, LaundrySEE nation and control the i j

street and move it to the old cigar box: which abounds in fish. Nlar four'' utica actions of his less

factory building on the corner of churches three stores, postoffice, etc. low citizen, who has to

South Third street For this privilege Terms easy. Address 3. II. McCly- OUR RED LIST ing.
In instances this same
monds Ocala Fla.
they promised to Immediately maketb
(noble animal). in the
$ Improvements sought. The city I

council very generously, all too generously i j SAVED FROM THE SEA brow, is furnishing
i, to live on. And if the ,
as the Star then thought and -

continues to think, granted their reQuest -!;I Men on the Nantucket Lightship Rescued FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES flees thereafter, churches will pull and out

and gave them that portion of After a Hard Struggle by '
ker on human progress
South Fourth street asked for know- I
the Crew of the Azaleaj
ing that the present facilities of the!' Western Beef Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef, Mutton, A>> been unselfish, or could be
I j New Bedford, Mass., December 13.- or truly
A. C. L., R. R. were insufficient. The
mour's Star Armour's Pork Cabbage but eternally see in ever
'understanding with the company was Captain Georgensen and his crew of Ham Sausage, )
| twelve men from lightship No. 58, at gestion of progress in
that as soon as this favor Beets Sweet
was granted j Rutabagas Turnips
[': Nantucket Shoals, have been rescued. ; legitimate thought or j
the old freight depot would be '
This vessel sprung a leak Sunday Potatoes Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions. fellow citizen, the graft ,
moved off of Osceola street Have they
:afternoon during a tremendous storm' propensities of his own !
lived up to their agreement? No and
; and calls for assistance were sent out W. P. EDWARDS ture; and with him goes
thIS dereliction on the part of the rail- { ,
I| by the wireless operator on board the panion the man who :|
road has incensed our business community ; ;
because of the inadequate facilities -i ve8bel. i I Phone. 108. City Market. |1 port any proposition
| Captain Gibbs of the lighthouse ten- chance would redound
to handle and house the'freights .
der Azalea went out In the storm to the J benefit of his neighbors
received by the railroad, and I
assistance of the distressed ship, al- ; izens.
to properly facilitate the business. The : I
Nice Meals
j though he was told that his vessel. ;i The above having had
Indignation has become intense anda 1 I
could never weather the terrible them serve notices on II
petition is being signed I
by every I
whose front
storm. yards
business man in town calling on the Nice Service 1 I '
Captain Gibbs and his brave crew j; fences are the magnets !
railroad company to comply with the ( ,
!, persisted and finally succeeded in taking -I cow and the hog in i
agreement or they will not only takesteps off the entire crew of the ill-fatedt tionship to our city
to r ycot the road but appeal to I Nice Place :
vessel, and in ten minutes after the them forget ordinances
the council to rescind its former
action I
| last man had left her decks the lightship forcement of the same. !
I .
in favors granted. It is up to the AT '
i i went to the bottom, being filled I Even our dilapidated
railroad to do Its makegood
company duty,
with water. looks more like, in its
Its promise or it will not only I i i
The rescue was a very daring one. bower, a forsaken old
know the reason why, but feel that I. THE NEW IDEA RESTAURANT
Many of the crew were exhausted : with goat-track-like
an outraged community cannot be trifled
I when they were taken on board. i i through the/yard than
with when rights are Invaded and i I
pensary to a
trampled upon. It's up to the rail- I Oysters in All Styles Marion.
road to act. and act promptly. GIVE YOUR STOMACH REST '
I tell you, Mr. Editor,
ting more like a I
PIRATING FOLEY'S Nothing will cure Indigestion that ,
doesn't digest the food itself, and give ery day. The grunt of ,
HONEY AND TAR | HARRY STALLBERG, Proprietor. low of the cow and calf, <
the stomach rest. You can't expect i
the horse and mule, as iI;
that a weak stomach will regain its I
Foley &: Co., Chicago, originated Phone, 223. on our streets and '
strength and get well when it is com- I ;
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung"remedy tilize '
"* our crooked
I pelled to do the full work that a sound i I ,
and on account of the great remind us, not of ,
stomach should do. You couldn't ex-' j I
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey i j towns cities but of '
I pect a sick horse to get well when It I
and Tar many imitations are offered j is compelled to do a full day's work II | J E. BANKSTOL'Dealer ;I doned farms. j!
for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey I would suggest to
j I every day of the week. Kodol Dyspep-j I I I .
and Tar and refuse any substitute I of Ocala to form
sla Cure Is a perfect digestant and digests :
offered as no other preparation will I' j i in town improvement ( ) '
the food regardless of the condition 1!
give the same satisfaction. It is mild- fourteenth :
'I our century
of the stomach. Relieves Indigestion ( )
ly laxative. It contains no opiates Fresh Meat of better
and Cured all Kinds a or more
I Belching, Sour Stomach, and allI I
and 1 Id safest for children and delicate
I things or repeal the
stomach disorders. Sold by the Anti- ;
persons. Sold by the Postoffice Drug- I Monopoly Drugstore. i' Produce Vegetables Fresh Fish give up the city charter :

store. I'I' : the city to the farmers

I ture land, and whoop I
COOKED EAGLE FOR TURKEY I jas our county seat, /

At the rate they were shipping snap!I NO FLIES ARE ALLOWED IN OUR STALLS : have progressed in the
(Philadelphia Ledger.) I I and not retrogressed
beans a week ago. Center Hill murtj!' i

Pittsburg, Dec 12.-Dr. Charles B. have sent forward twenty solid carloads ,j SHARE YOUR TRADED \VITH US, I[ dormant business *men '

Schlldecker of Rebecca street, east by this time. Most of them went ] 1, seem to have done in

end, is in Florida, the guest of George'I I.I' In refrigerator cars, and were bring- I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ernment. I
Carnegie. 'I. And now, seeing the |
ing good prices. If the frosts of the
Before he left he told a medical I j past two nights was as heavy there! FREE DELIVERY. decided as to the wet or !| !

friend that he to do : I I the time, it behooves
proposed some 'as here it has put an end to the bus I
Phone No. 111.i: Stalls 11 and 13 Market.Trials drys to meet on some "i'.1
hunting, and would send him a wild iness but the most of the crop had already -, City .
turkey. A few box i '' for the betterment of
days ago a containing been shipped anyway. _.
I there be anything more i; ;
a big bird was delivered at the !

doctor's downtown office. The doctor ,' the manhood of our '
sent the bird to his home with Instructions I I seeing our wives and :

I .st 1' court house, pleading <
to the cook to take
The Germ That Causes It Has to be I
preparing it. He I man to save their white
jilar-painsTn phen-
Destroyed, to Cure Dandruff : ;
ed several friends that he wanted I I : the. curse of drink? !

them to dine with him. i Many a woman spends an hour of Motherhood Some saloons in town I i ;

When the doctor reached home he : twice a week scouring her scalp, : regard to law and order ;

found the household in an uproar and'i thinking that by scrubbing off the 535 Broad Street.PHILADELPHIA not. The business
P..,Jane 12,1908.
the cook I scurf she will cure the dandruff. Two wet, not because he
'I I Buffered for nine years with ovarian troubles making lire a burden to
His wife Informed him that the cook hours a week, at the age of 40 years, myself us well as to my family. During that time I had two miscarriages not because he belie
and although; we longed for a child to t less our home this seemed impossi
j she has spent 260 days of 12 hours essential to the welfare
and herself had spent two hours of
ble. 1 had constant racking bcAriug-tiowu pains in the pelvic organs: and .1 :
hard labor plucking the wild turkeys; .each or two-thirds of a year of her pulling through my limbs with frequent headaches. I felt sick at my munity, but because :
[ stoTuwh: and vomited frequently and no medicine helped me until I tried ( )
loon and blind tigers,
that It had been roasting a long time, life In that vain hope; vain because Win of'fhen Cardai. ; 1 1I .

and that fire did not appear to have a! you can't cure dandruff without kIlling mj: general health improved, the pains gradually lessened and open saloon-the man !
after 18 weeks! I was wtL I am now the happy mother of a boy eighteen should issues with I ;
the dandruff and the only
bit of effect it. j germ
on month" old and my husband joins me in sending heartfelt thanks to you
The doctor explained that wild, hair preparation on earth that will do for your siilcud.d mtdicine and see Ux it that the i ;
I that is Newbro's also Without, I would have been a A ed as to the selling of :
turkeys were different from tame I "Herpicide"- a childless, instead of a tappy Ml ; ;

ones that their natural hardiness, i delightful hair dressing and thorough ana well mother. nors and men under I
made them less susceptible to heat; !; antiseptic against all contagion from drink, and clear out ; ; ; ;

and slower to cook. The doctor and I use of other's hair brushes. gambling negro element ;

his wife were shortly engaged in receiving i Sold by leading druggists. Send lOc. W IEojC DUm the labor in turpentine I ;

their guests. At last dinner in stamps for sample to the Herplcide camps on paydays, I
was announced. and the doctor prepared Co., Detroit, Mich. Tydlngs & Co., ganizes household help :
], special agents, Ocala Fla. Wine of Cardui is the most successful menstrual regulator. Byt the time: and, right
to carve the steaming bird. inflammation : ; ;
regelating menstruation. Wine (,f Carjui banishes Sheriff !
when a servant brought a telegram to I from the entire female organism and the strengthened ligaments our good :

him. It read: I I I j SPRING PARK t brin the organs back to their proper place.: This is what Wine of justice of the peace's [ I

"Shipped a fine eagle to your care a{,; Cardui i did for Mrs. XirJlinger. It lanUhed the racking pains and same negro element

couple of days ago. Please have it I i j The ground was white with frostMonday burning inflammation and broueht her reliti. She was restored to if they enforced the

mounted and hold for me. i morning the first of any ac- health and strength and ghes Wine of Cardui the credit of makingher these moral lepers to

"Schildecker." j I j''count, thus far this winter. abl.3 to become a happy mother. This medicine: equips a woman of town our wives
t wifehood and motherhood. There suffering -
for of
every duty are many
lIon. J. C. French and family went help our business men
The reply to Dr. Schildecker read: j
women who think that health can never l>e theirs because they
to Fort King, the former home of Mrs. thl' oft and curt
"Couk for mounting. !
spoiled eagle cannot secure the services cf a great fpt'fialist, but we want to say
French. November 29, it being :Mr. street loafers. "That is ,
Shoot another. I right here that while Irs. NirJ1iner 1ies in PhililelpLia, a great
French's S4th birthday. medical center, she depended on Wine of Cardui for a cure and she work." when offered a i iI

DYING OF FAMINEIs I Thanksgiving was spent: very quietly was cured. This same: medicine is within your reach Will you tell you, Mr. Editor,

i in the various homes in our little take it? ..ral business Ocala

In its torments, like dying of con- town. All druggists sell 1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui. >'ountry farmer, .
i .
sumption. The progress of consumption Mrs. J. L. Avery has moved into the pentine operators. d

from the beginning to the very former home of II. C. Packham and give them a more prt f : : :
both to victim '
end Is a long torture your correspondent's family has moved and better order of
and friends. "When I had .
to transact their I
into Mrs. Avery's house. All par -- --- ---- rome
tion In its first stage" writes m.
ties seem satisfied with the change. We to sell us. Justice to our ;
are going a i
of Cearfoss. Md.. "after trying
Myers Mrs. M. J. Hall and daughter. Miss selves\ demands a
different medicines and a good doctor '
3rd In t.They sleepy. indolent
Laura, called upon us the > I
In vain I at last took Dr. King's are stopping, at the Brown IANOTo ways inn new life. -
New Discovery which quickly and ; !
Yours for
I I House at Silver Springs at present. cency.
permanently cured me. Prompt relief 4
i A. M. James has his store house
and for coughs, colds, advertise our store the price is
sure cure 1; completed, making In all a neat set j $191 j
sore throat, bronchitis, etc. Positively -i of buildings. j I If not sold today it'will be less: tomor- HEART =LlJ1 ;

the prevents Anti-Monopoly pneumonia.Drugstore.Guaranteedat Price ',. News 11.V.Syndicate. Bruce of of the New Wood-Bruce York City. row. Watch this ad. and you may get 'fO.DAVitfor$2. stomach Undigested located food and tt ; ::

COc. and $1 a bottle. Trial bottle free. valuable .
I was here recently looking up presses against it and
(?) lots on Bermuda avenue. '
uJ' EIGHT FEET OF HONEY palpitation. When )

i HUGE TASK OCALA MUSIC CO les you in that way ;
few You will
(Philadelphia Press.) I a days.
right. 50c. a bottle.
Catskill, N. Y., Dec. 12.: -A slab of' It was a huge task, to undertake the druggists.

honey eight feet in length. IS inches 1', cure of such a bad case of kidney di- JEWELERS.Restaurant.

In width and four inches thick,weigh- sease as that of C. F. Collier. of SEABOARD AIR

ing 101 pounds has been taken from' Cherokee, la., but Electric Bitters did ; ;

the side of a house in Sandy Plains, ; it. lIe writes: "My kidneys were so Christmas Holiday t ; : t

occupied by Cassius Simpkins. far gone I could not sit on a chair For the public, :

David V Smith of Coxsackle: fath-l| without a cushion; and suffered from Sale December :3: :24! ::

er-In-law of Simpkins, drove over to'' dreadful backache. headache and de- and January 1, at one ; ;

the Simpkins farm yesterday and confided pression. In Electric Bitters, however fares, plus :25: cents,

to his son-in-law that he had January 4. For teachers
I found a cure, and by them was restored -
dreamed of a honey tree on the place. i to perfect health. I recommend .I not preparatory,

"A honey tree?' queried Simqkins. this great tonic medicine to all with school same rate

"Nothing of the kind but I have seen I weak kidneys liver or stomach. Guar- s:.,.:llii.g dates December ::

bees busy about this house all fall." \teed by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore; .) (. First Class Meals i Iui\'e. limited to

Whereupon a search was made and : price 50 cents.STENOGRAPHER. above rates will apply

the honey located. j I east of the Mississippi


A CERTAIN CURE FOR CROUP I ing Washington, D. C., 1 ,

When a child shows symptoms of '' Any one needing an experiencedt Room open until midnight. Personal! Mo.The

croup there Is no time to experimentwith I thoroughly competent lady sten- attention given to special orders, anything Seaboard Air
daily service with
matter bow ographer and typewriter, can communicate -
new remedies, no
II the market offers for the table
highly they may be recommended. with one through this of- on on day trains and
short Cars on all night trains
There is one preparation that can always -; ficc. notice.
be depended upon. It has beenIn
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar CURED
use for many years and has neverbeen The Ideal Waterman fountain pen

known to fail viz: Chamberlain'sCough I makes a good Christmas present Get Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. W. F. Daily, of P. !

Remedy. Mr. M. P. Comptonof them at the Ocala News Company. All: writes: "My wife had N

Market, Texas, says of It, "I'haveused j grades. I Special Price to Regular Boarders five years with )

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In when I was persuaded ;I

severe cases of croup with my children FOR S.\LE-A carload of fine fresh THE CARRSIGHAEL & SON CO Snow Liniment which
I right I have also
,and can truthfully say it always Jersey mUch cows from Georgia, just S

yeS prompt relief" For sale by the arrived. They will be sold cheap. frostbites and skin :

Drugstore. Hallo?? and Johnson, owners. At McG-ratlx's: Stand the work. Sold by all
stofflce. -- t .... ( I

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The city election which was held Send Your Friends a Box of Fine Or-

Dainty Foods yesterday passed off quietly there be- anges for ChristmasI 10 yds. dark- :

ing no opposition for aldermen and -- LINE OF :
am putting special presentation
the only contest was that for mayor.
The votes reported follows1st boxes containing the finest oranges
were as
Ward-Judge R. McConathy. 46; Blankets Comforts Sweaters tangerines and grapefruit. Ship- colored Outing --

.. Demand It Ed P. Pittman 20. ments made direct from my groves. j

2nd Ward-McConathy. 76; Pitt Get your orders in early.

man 29. Ladies' and Children'sCoats. Phone 101. E. M. Howard Ocala.A Flannelfor

3rd Ward-McConathy, 37; Pittman
TN EVERY Receipt that calls for 41. big line or nandsome quilts and
cream comforts at reasonable
I 4th Ward-McConathy, 34; Pitt- prices. Ocala '
of tartar soda Furniture Company.A .
or baking powder, use man 23.
o .
the Total-McConathy, 193; Pittman, .
Royal Baking Powder. Better results 113. McConathy's majority, 80. A Full Line of CANCELING MACHINE 20c .

will be obtained because of the absolute The new members of the council
Postmaster Crom has received
elected, without opposition are Chas.K. .

purity and great leavening strength of the Sage. manager of the Western Un'- UNDERWEARFor canceling machine from the postoffice

ion Telegraph Company, to take Geo. department. This machine will cancel 10 yds. light- .

Royal. It will make the food lighter, R. McKean's place in the second ward; stamps on outgoing letters or ,

in the first ward, A. G. Gates pro- Everybody.HELVENSTONPASTEUR stamp dates on incoming letters at the ,

sweeter, of finer flavor, more digestible and prietor of the Star Wagon Works, and rate of 600 per minute, but the postal colored Ollti i -

wholesome. It is present president of the council, succeeds cards and larger size envelopes haveto .
always reliable and uni-
himself; in the third ward Ed K. COMPANY be separated.A

form in its work. Nelson, former city clerk and now aI I Flannel.

member of the B. W. Blount Real Es- : pretty line of diamonds, the fin- ing

Alum and phosphate baking powders tate Company. was elected to take D. est ever shown in Ocala. will be hereIn .,.
-- --- -- .
E. Mclver's place; in the fourth ward I a few days. Ocala Music Company. .
some of them sold at the same price and T. J. Owen succeeds himself. H. A. !' BOARD OF TRADE MEETINGThe WEATHER FORECAST ((29 in. wideFOR ) f

some of them cheaper-will make neither Ford had no opposition for alderman RECEIVING MORE STOCK
at large. "| board of trade will meet Friday Washington. Dec. 13.-RaIn tonight -

dainty nor wholesome food. The hold-overs are J. D. Robertson i i night in the council chamber to warmer in central and northern pore Messrs. J. R. Hewett & Son are '.. .. ...

4 .' in the first ward. Dr. Chace in the.. hear report of committee on state en- tions; Thursday, rain. rapidly getting their store in perfect I '- '

second ward. B. A. Weathers in the campment site and holiday work.H. order. They are now putting In the I 49c > ",

I third ward, and G. A. Carmichael in A. Ford, PresidentC. Fine silk umbrellas, with sterling jewelry stock, which will be completeIn -: :.;
the fourth ward. L. Bittinger, Secretary. silver and other nice handles. Guar- a few days. '
co., NEW VORl ;
No record was kept of the alder- anteed and at medium prices. At A. ". .'.

manic vote as there was no opposi- FOCXD-A. laiy's russet, rough E. Burnett's.
Fine Dimity Fabric Linen Paper In
I--- tion. The official canvass will disclose -i leather handbag. Owner can have /
pound packages, at the Anti-Monopoly
this. the same by paying for this adver- I Come in and see our goods. If it is -/

Beavers meet Friday evening.Dr. Dr. Lindsay is developing into a tisement. in our line and you don't see It, ask Drugstore. The above prices will prevailfi&Y'i '--

first class photographer, as a numberof FLORIDA CATTLE for It. We have many goods not yet

Baskin of Dunnellon was in the photos he has Just finished of his.I Others may have furniture, but for unpacked. Ocala Music Company.We THE AUCTION SALE .

city Monday. stay at Lake Weir last summer, of !; Will Browze on Kentucky Blue Grass the same price our goods are better. % r* -
Ocala Furniture Company.Still understand that Dr. E. Van Everyone should read the InterestIng -
the Ocala church and parsonage, and ,I i Mr. Z. C. Chambliss has to.
Matters shows holiday hose or hol. the Ocala school building attest. The International gone 'Ii Hood has rented the Dr. Anderson advertisement in this Issue of Mr.
to attend the
; Chicago
'ly days. doctor has a great faculty for draw- at the top-Nunnally's Can- place on Fort King avenue, recently F. G. R Weihe, the jeweler. :Mr. Weihe .
Stock Show and American ShorthornBreeders' dies. Postoffice vacated by Mr. S. A. Rawls. will hold an auction sale on December
ing. is a first class preacher and now Drugstore.
There were seventeen arrivals nit Association. He will meet I Ii 18 and place his entire magnificentstock
adds the art of hiS
the Ocala House yesterday. photography to i all the "big bugs" in the cattle trade \ I II of new jewelry.. cut elass. china.

other accomplishments.-- i j and see the best cattle on earth. Be- i j" clocks, etc.. on the market.- Every lady { \ &

fore leaving Ocala he sold the
prizeyearling i\
Ever Rudy Batteries. Tht Yonge FOR RENT-A neat six room cot- .I Shorthorn I j attending the auction will be givena
bull, "Director"homemade
I II ticket for the
drawing valuable I
Cline Co. High Grade Reasonable iAJ
tage. Apply to Dr. R. D. Fuller. I ( ) to E. J. Blow of Ala-j.. presents. Don't forget It. !I.

SBII .MOm UK: 'sai is jaino uj SINBO; I II
Mr. C. H. Barnes of Jacksonvillewas The belts which Masters has for
| eame over 500.miles to see I I'I'
at the Ocala House last night. sale are singularly smart and doubly the Palmetto Stock Farm cattle. He i Priced Millinery at All the latest styles In iron bids at .
desirable. prices that are low. Ocala Furniture
'I' paid J250 for this calf, after viewinga
Useful, beautiful, valueful umbrellas herd which he started by purchase Company.
arc shown at Matters. Mrs. Drucilla who has
I.|Iin Kentucky, and is now improving it G. A. Nash's.We -
been spending a few days with Mrs. j I with Florida-raised cattle. He also DINING ROOM TO OPEN SOON ;
Mr. P. R Lester left for left
yesterday Morgan Looney, yesterday for her takes several cows from the Palmetto ., '" ;

Tampa. on a short business trip. home at Lake Weir. Stock Farm. Marion county is des- : The Ocala House dining room will ./ '

tined to make a name in the cattle- be opened about January 1, or as
The best line of tablets, etc. at the We are now displaying our holi- raising world. much sooner as Manager Whltesldes
receive the celebrated
hat also
Ocala News Company. day line of cut glass and fine china. I Gage best can get his corps of servants and office -

Don't fail to see it. Ocala Music Co. The Ocala Ice and Fuel Company isreceiving make of pattern hats weekly. Always somethingnew help together.A .
Mr. Hary Walters Is again on the I
i an immense amount of meat to look at.'t
sick Hat. The firemen swept their little park. j I this season for curing and cold storage -I beautiful line of fine china in the THE VARIETY STORE
north of the station this morning and
-E I and the meat is of a better quality most exquisite patterns at A. E. Bur-
Th. wisest 'Santas gives things made it look very attractive to the than heretofore. The company Informs nett's.

to wear, and buys them at Masters. eye. The greensward shows up beau-
us that they have now in stor- Don't the
tifully. forget place.
I' age as much meat as they had last GOT THE CONTRACT
The board of trade meets Friday
year nearly a month later. Meat is -
night. HORSE FOR SALE-A good. gentle -' G. A. Nash's Red Front Store
now coming in at a lively clip, but the The Florida Plumbing and Electric

family horse eight years old, me-I company has ample room and power I Company have secured the contractfor Our line of holiday goods is fot -:
The Rebekahs will meet tomorrow dium size. Inquire at the Star office. { South Side of open
to care for it all. Square.A wiring the entire Ocala House, Including -
bight at Tonge's Hall. I
I the Ocala House Wine Rooms

Mr. Williams of Belleview was In Henry Beach. representing ons of I CATARRH CANNOT B CURED and the "Annex. The wiring and fix- your inspection. .. ,
the larkest wholesale dry goows houses I
tures will be
of the betft.
the city Tuesday.A. With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as very
of Lynchburg. Va. was InterviewIng i! GREAT ATTRACTIONThe FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT
they cannot reach the seat of the dis I.
our merchants Tuesday.If -
E. Burnett the jeweler can sup- I ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional magnificent and up-to-date Apply to Chas. K. Sage 44 South --- ,,,,,,.,"'

ply your every want in Jewelry.W. If you are going to put down mat. I' disease, and in order to cure it I production of "Humpty Dumpty" with Second St., east.

you must take internal remedies. the great master of pantomime Geo.
ting, we would like to show you whatwe
S. Branch. Jr., of Tampa is at j Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally
have in that line. Ocala Furniture ; H. Adams in the title role. This pro- A MERRY.GO.ROUND

the Montezuma. Company.Mr. I and acts directly on the blood duction is a combination of comedy, XIICTORWould '

and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh opera, vaudeville and pantomime, There is a mery-go-round in town ,

Hardwater Soap the best In the E. F. Smith of the Dunnellon I Cure is not a quack medicine. It was welded into a most harmonious whole, and it Is being set up on the Roger'slot

market. at the Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. Bottling Works was in town today j' prescribed by one of the best physi-j I interspersed with the exquisite grand oposite the A. C. L. passenger -

R. L. Barnes and wife of Etna the guest of Mr. II. C.Jones. ]!j a clans regular In this for It years is composed and is I Ij I corps ballet of divertisement beautiful and executed clever by show a depot. you like to have a seat at the opera in your own home? How would you like .i:

are guests of the Montezuma. Christmas gifts of dainty handkerchiefs I of the best tonics known, combined I girls, all presenting a scene of volup- -;
to hear favorite voice in recitation in the of
or quiet own parlor? This and.
from Masters are sure to prove I with the best blood purifiers, acting tuous animation scarcely equalled and your song your :

See my stock of cut glass before acceptable.The I directly on the mucous surfaces. The I. never excelled and amid a shower of .}

you buy elsewhere. A. E. Burnett. perfect combination of the two ingredients -j splendor in which over 20 people take more is yours if you have a :

Elks did the handsome thing I. I is what produces such wonderful j (it// 1g
Attorney W. F. lumen of Tampa Is part.The
after winning the fine library in the results In curing Catarrh. Send most noted of the vaudevilleacts
at the Ocala House. ij
recent contest. They presented most for testimonials free. presented is that of "Eve," the

of the books to the Ocala Graded F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., wonderful mystery, delineating the
FOR RENT-A fine front office
School and several to the Ocala LI- Toledo, Ohio. birth of woman out of space and within Victor .

room over Munroe & Chambliss brary. The school is very grateful I Sold by druggists price 75c. TakeHall's !. the full view of the audience. This ,. .rOC\% t: # -

Bank. to the Elks for their kind remem- I Family Pills for constipation. act is one of the most noted now before .d I3on.

brance and the gift is highly appre I the American public, and is a
Mr. J. M. Meffert of Lowell was in II The sheriff and his deputies were
ciated. I most marvelous performance In itself.

town today. busy yesterday afternoon getting up It is befittingly called "Eve," which Talking
1| a jury to try John Brown for the killing i
holiday hints let us suggest j! literally means life, and represents tbs
All kinds of office supplies in our o( his step daughter in the Cot- I II
those lovely stocks and big lace cedars creation of lovely woman, one of perfect -
stationery department. The Postoffice ton Plant section. Major Izlar is his '
form and beautin utter defi-
which Masters has in stock.
Drugstore. I attorney. il ance of the laws of nature and science Machine
I Phonographs from $10 to $50. Over
H. B. Masters has a fine display of and illustrating the absolute
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Moon of FtoraV clothing and gentlemen's wear in the i Silk shawls, ice wool shawls and 1 abandon in the dealing with the occult 400 different records in stock to select

City were shopping in the city today. show window of the store. vacated by fascinators bought at Masters warm I and the incredible instance of the I from. A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler, exclusive -

Mr. Jerry Burnett. which attracts hearts, as well as heads and backs. incomprehensible will be blende in agent for Ocala. -
Electric houis wiring. Guaranteed I
I much attention.For I the impressive.
mattrial and workmanship. The Yonge I The following is the list of delegates ; Manager Cooke having the interestof SOME FINE SYRUPMr.

4 Clin. Co. i to the reunion of the U. C. V. at Jacksonville -
a Christmas gift for your wifeor I the theater going public at heart,
Fla., December 13 and 14, .
P. L. Durisoe of Connor, one of
has not nthat efficient -
forgotte clean
daughter, or child, a glove on the : a '
Capt. J. B. Martin of Electra was in who went up last night: Major G. M. the most thrifty farmers of that section -
hand is worth two in the box at Mas and up-to-date performancenever 'HIS MASTER'S VOICE" .
the city today. Hubbard. L. M. Graham, Capt. W. L.
ters' store.A I fails to attract, and his present was in town Saturday and madeus
j Ditto. R. A. Kelsey, W. H. Hadsock,
production, "Humpty Dumpty" has in a pleasant call. He left us a sam-
The largest line of school and correspondence !| J. F. Barron. B. F. Smith. Col. J. H. D. : ple of his syrup sealed air tight in
good cook wishes a position at its fibre the very essentials of refine-
tablets at the Anti-Mo- i )[(.'Rae, L. W. Jackson. H. W. Long, bottles, hot from the kettle, and no
ment of humor and artistic splendor.
once. Address or apply to Janie Font-
nopoly Drugstore. W. O. Massey, D. H. Irvine. finer was ever made. He has plenty
Marion house, December 15. RECORDS? YES.We
royal 64 South Magnolia street, city. opera .
I Tickets now on sale at the Ocala more like It if you wish any.
Rev. L. B. Warren has gone from You will find at Masters dainty boxes .
The mission of "Early Risers" Is to Xews Company's store. Prices 25, 69
Pensacola to Macon. Ga.. to spend thehollda's clear the way and give nature full in perfect keeping with the dainty I and 75 cents. Edison phonographs, from J10 to have all you could want to select from, and we would like to have you come in

with his mother. sway. Those famous little pills rid I stationery they contain. $50 each to, select with over from,400 at different A. E. Bur-records and ask us to play them to you. Our stock of records i is the most complete in Central

the stomach and bowels of all putrid
Join the Kodak Correspondence i' FOR RENT-A !S-room house on OISTERSARE IN SEASONThe nett's. Florida.
matter, thus removing the causes of
School. See Gerig about It. at the ;i South Fourth street. Call on H. C. I .
headache, constipation, sallow complexion
Poatoffice Drugstore.Mr. \I j Jones, Ocala Bottling Works Ocala, LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED
etc. Dewitt's Little Early E k's Cafe, opposite the '

J. B. Cutler passed through Risers never gripe or sicksn. A safe Fla. I A. C. L passenger depot, is now FREE OF CHARGE THE OCALA FURNITURE' COMF

Sold the I & C..
pleasant perfect pill. by Phone 26. R. E. Yonge
Ocala for routeto
yesterday Tampa en
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Mr. Eye strained if neglected may lead I serving oysters in any style. The
Crystal River. I to total loss of eyesight. Call and
only a la carte house in the city.
have Dr. D. M. Boney examine them.
The finest. best made and prettiest C. E. Herrick of Crystal River i I I Office up stairs Gary building.The Strictly first-class in all respectsG.

patterns in carving sets, from $5 up, and Col. John L. Inglis of Port In- I R. TROXLER, Prop.

at A. E. Burnett's.Mr. glis were at the Ocala House yester Barlow Minstrels were the OCALA MUSIC COMPANYJEWELERS.
J. Turner of Jacksonville was In I night. They had a crowded house and

In Ocala today, registered at the Ocala A Christmas gift of one of those sty. i gave a clean and entertaining pro-
ladles of the Episcopal
lish dress that Masters
House. patterns gram and delighted their patrons.Do .
will hold their annual bazaar at the
in stock will greatly please your I _
I I Thursday, December 14, beginning -
The biggest tallest and prettiest mother, your wife or your best girl. armory
you shave yourself? If so, use
I I at 4 p. m. Sterling Silver Novelties.Comb. Special Scarf Pins Goods
glaia vases ever seen in the city are Palmer's Shaving Cream Soap, the .
work suit-
of and ,
Pieces art fancy
at Mclver & MacKa/s. Capt. C. S. Stone, father of Mrs. C. best ever tried. The Postoffice Brush and MitSoap Boxes An endless variety from 2Se to 125.00 finished PocketbookJ Lad1W C&rXen' Cues
you tidies'
able for Christmas gifts, will be on Sterling: Silver Bowls and without diamonds
i H. Dame and Miss Fannie Stone, is I ror. In Cae D reusing Combs in Rose Gold with ,
Drugstore. sale. Also fine home-made candies, Manicure Sets in Cases shaving Mugs sterling Slver: Deseert Dishes and the popular Pearl Scarf fins Card Cues Cigar Case
Mrs. Will Gary left Monday for Eagle seriously ill.- I Military Brushes Pocket Combs Tea sets

Lake to spend some time with her Mrs. L. Martinet is seriously ill. i!'I in The original feature fancy of boxes.the evening will be Cloth Hat Brushes Brushes Curling Cigarette Tongs Cases Trunks Cofl'eeeti!of Silver complete Bead Gas Ebony Goods fliscellaneous ArticlesShell
Bon Bon Dishes Fringe
mother Mrs. Yocum. She has been in health for Hair Brushes Shoe Horns Lamps
RETDTHIS: I very poor an elegant turkey supper, served by Infant Brush and Comb Puff Boxes Pin Trays Bead Frln e.Eleetrlc Lamps Silver MountedCloth Combs Water Sets
| time. but of late has bee Belt Buckles
some om.i the young ladies, with everything to in CaeShaving Vaseline Jars Gold Thimbles
Thar Is nothing in the furniture I Brushes Match Cases Brushes Mirrors Gold Bind Thimbles 811nr'ndmWea
i much
Mobile. Ala.. Dec. 2t, 1899. i wor8e.I make a tempting and complete meal. Nail Brushes Stamp Cases Sterling SilverAnd Hat Brushes Nail Brushes Ribbon Fobs Toaatsureu
line! too good for you. We have it. Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis. Mo.DearSir I Another feature will be the "sale at Tooth Brushes Paper Cutters Velvet Brushes Tooth Brushes mounted in Gold Pleura
Ocala Furniture Company. Darners Pencil Tips Military Brushes Nail Buffers or Plate Frame
the '
Try French Rose Violet Extract.
: Having tried different doctors and the country store." Napkin Holders Pearl and Silver- Plated Ware Hall Brushes Darner Tea SetaJapanese Jewel Cukttr .
several for popular perfume at the AntiMonopoly Cifjar ClippersButton Handled Pens Goods Gart'r3aek1es
remedies to
their years Price of 5Qc. Admission
Jacksonville supper Knives Carving Seta Necktie Holders H.'PIns,gold os-
Miss Leafy Sylvester went to ; I Hooks Whisk Brooms
back and kidney trouble. I found noth- Drugstore.i armory free. and Files Nethero1eBraeeleuManicure I Forks Butter Knives Cut Glass gold or silver Stiff and plait
yesterday to spend a few dayswith i Forks
I ing successful until taking The Texas ScissorS i Chain Bracelets Spoons Loving Cape Trays
her aunt and gran.lmother. I Embroidery scissors Tape Measures Berry Spoons Napkin Rings Rich, Rare, Sparkling Fern Dishes Ash'fraysCandelabra
__ Wonder._ u___" Hall's_' Great Discovery. \ can get you engraved cards. Mr. Jack Rawls. of Lake Weir has Cork Screws Bag Tails sugar Spoons Cream spoonsliravj Candle Sticks
and. being rapldlcured.. the old say- weding Invitations. special tally and been spending several days in Ocala.FOR Baby Rattles Pocket Knives Ladles Ladles Bon Coffee Bon Spoons: FINE QUALITY LATEST CUTS
We can suit you in either box or cards. Prices right Ocala Flasks Blotters Oyster Spoonssoup Punch Bowls Finger Bowls *
.ing with railroad men is "God bless place ;( Vinaigrettes Mucilage Bottles Ladles Salad Forks andPieKalves Clocks and Mantle Clock
Fruit Bowls Berry Bowls
tablet paper, both as to quality and i News Co. I Spoons
the man who invented: the Pullman RENT-A new and well located Sat Crackers Tomato Servers Vases all sizes Oil Bottles
price. The Postoffice Drugstore. I I Watch Chains
"God bless the Not Picks Wine Sets Water Pitchers I
sleeping car but I say cottage, with six rooms and Fruit Knives Slicers Decanters and Bottles
inventor of Hall's Texas Wonder." R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK I bath. Apply to P. C. Davis, Montezuma and CharmsThe i Ice Cream Claret Seta Flower Baskets
Messrs. D. S. Woodrow and R R. Tumblers Sauce Jelly and New Art Clocks Xirbelised Iron T
Yours trulyV. B. Clark.
Carroll went down to Woodmar this I black. New and Nobby Designs. !Salt and Peppers Bon Bon Dishes China Clock Clock
M. & O. R. R. Co., Mobile, Ala. FULLER[ & BLALOCK Rings, in Endless Variety Celery Dishes Bon Bon Baskets Cuckoo Clocks p Bronze and Gilt
0 afternoon. Ladies' Guard Chains la gold gold"filled anVest i Marble Clocks Clocks
Go to the Ocala News Company and silver
A TEXAS WONDEROne I DENTAL SURGEONS git your dolls. toys and fireworks. All Chains LADIES' RISG5-Set with Diamonds Opals, Pianos and OrgansA Traveling Clock Trench Clocks
Remember. we are the oldest holiday I Men's Gold-Filled Vest Chains Babies, Emeralds Sapphires,Topaz,Turquo1se
small bottle of the Texas Won- best grade goods. Ien'$ Gold Fob Chains COMPLETE STOCK OF
1 suitable for birth stones For the
goods house In town. and we stick to Eyes
all Offir Oier Monroe & Chambliss1 Bank Men's Gold Charms, with Stones Pianos Hardman Piano
Great cures
Hall's Discovery
our own line. Ocala News Company.I der. Ladies' and Men's Diamond Lockets Signet Kings Wedding Rings Organs Players
kidney and bladder troubles. removes j I OCALA, FLA. THE SEASON OF INDIGESTIONThe An to harps Graphophonej Microscopes Xefcdiig GUues
seminal emissions Japanese Goods Mandolin: Talking XaehUle.1'GlI1tars And toll line of lye Gliue* aid Spectacle.
diabetes. -
gravel. cures -
and Miss
Frank E. Saxon Lula V. BroochesGold ', Sheet Mule
weak and lame backs, rheumatism season of indigestion is upon us. Screens large Chimes :
Saxon of Brookavllle are guests of the Terms Cash. Banjos Music Books
Montezuma.The and all Irregularities of the kid- Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for indigestionand Screens Vases ,snail Lamps Tea Pots Brooches Pianos and Organs sold on as easy terms as Umbrellas
will do everything for Damond and Pearl Brooches be obtained elsewhere. Patronize your
reys and bladder in both men and wo- dyspepsia Tea Sets UmbrellasBaskets Pearl Brooches may
Parasols home merchants. Silk Umbrellas for Ladles nd Mea;silver std

finest largest and most varied men. Regulates! bladder troubles in I J. E. CHACE the stomach that an over-loaded. over-. Lanterns Curtains Diamond Gold-Plated and Brooches Opal Brooches EXCLUSIVE AGENTS! 'FORJROOKWOODPOTTERY : gold mounted;direct from toe ma) ,..
children. If not sold druggistwill worked stomach cannot do for itself.Kodol Cops and Saucers,etc. ill
tock of Jeweler's goods of all kinds by your Silver Brooches Our umbrella ban daUe&abl htmdi

ever shown in this market. Ocala Music be se-it by mail on receipt of $LOne DENTAL digests what you eat-gives the b
stomach a rest-relieves sour stomach -
Company. Jewelers. small bottle is two months' treat-

ment, aud seldom fails to perfect a belching, heartburn indigestion i

The Episcopal supper will be a big cure. Dr. E. W. Hall sole manufacturer Upstairs Commercial Bank Bld'g etc. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug OCALA MUSIC COMPANY : ;

occasion. Already %00 tickets have P, 0.:. Box 629. St. Louis, Mo. OCALA FLA. store. OPEN EVENINGS ll(

been told. Remember the night, December Send for testimonials.Sold .

14. at the armory, from 4 p. by all druggists and AntiMonopoly Gillette Safety Razors sold by the

to. on. Supper begins at 6 p. a. Drugstore.- ,. Terms, Cash. Postoffice Drugstore. f NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.

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I Has Eloped With a I I -
*. .*- exhibit Number. Methodist Preacher I

Tic Largest Stock to Select horn and the Best House in Florida to Get i Best quart of blackberry' wine. | Gainesville Ga:, Dec. 13.-Rev. J. II

Best quart of blackberry light wine. i i W. Austin, until the last conference]I

Beautiful Presents for the Home. :Best quart of blackberry acid. j pastor of the Methodist church at',
796-Best jar of lard not less than I Bellton, twelve! miles above Gainesville I
I five pounds, exhibited in glass.j has disappeared. from home and,

.E Mclver & :MacKay can show those just beginning to keep house, those: wishing more furniture for the home or those: Department C !! so has Mrs. Robert F. Quillian, wife I

1: -seeking handsome and useful Christmas gifts for friend or relative, foi either sex or any age, a handsomer line of household 72-Best(green six). crates of tomatoes j of State former Senator Representative Quillian of (-llton.and ex-!i I

,.':-oj furnishings than any store in Florida. Special attention is directed to the below mentioned articles:, which comprise 72:!-Best six crates of peppers Mrs. Quillian left her home at Bell-i FOR RHItmATISHCVTS.SPJWN

; only a few of the leading ones, in a stock that covers, in store and warehouses several acres, and is so vast (sweet). ,, Conference ton shortly met after at the Newnan North, ostensiblyto Georgia: A SURE CURE WOUNDS, OLD SORES, COIN,BW.'I .
: 72-Best six crate's of okra. j IONS,GALLS aUlSES, COHTRAtf.
; ; and varied as to be indescribable in this space. Remember, that if the goods herein mentioned seem of an expensive 72-Best one bunch of beets. visit her sister at Athens and it is:'I ED MUSCLES, LAME BACK. STill JOINTS. FROSTED flIT
said she was joined there by Rev. Mr. BURNS SCALDS, ETC
''class, that we have a great abundance of others in all of the furniture and housefurnishiug lines, in low and medium 72-Best one bunch of turnips. j' Austin and the couple departed to
72-Best one bunch of rutabaggas. parts unknown. I AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation
priced goods.? I -Best one bunch of white egg and drives out Pain.
I ;. plants. : Austin, it is reported. wrote the
I ;2-Best one bunch of mustard. I bishop just before conference requesting -! PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes -
not to be to a free circulation of the Blood. giving the Muscles naturalelasticity.
: FOR THE PARLOR FOR THE HALLThe 72; -Best one peck of Irish potatoes. I i assigned any t .
Department R. A. i charge the coming year and requesting I I

c Beautiful rugs and art squares, willow, oak, mahogany and leather most beautiful hall racks in mahogany and oak, ever seen' 528-Best bronze gobbler and hen. I'I, a location for personal reasons. I
Current rumor has it that during a
chairs settees and rockers; magnificent pictures, lace and portiere in i Ocala. Portiere curtains, rugs couches, hanging lamps, stands, : 551-Best pair Department guineas. R. : revival meeting at Bellton during the

curtains, lamps, center tables, etc., etc.I I pictures, screens, mattings, etc. 50S-Best trio of white leghorns. cock late summer Mrs. Quillian became Infatuated I CURED OF PARALYSIS
with Austin and they laterI ,
and two hens. I
.4S3-Second best trio of barred Ply I decided upon leaving the country. i W. S. Bailey P. O. True Texas, writes: "My
THE ; Their disappearance has caused a i wife had been suffering five with paralysis ia
FOR THE DINING ROOMThe i mouth Rocks. cock and two I
profound sensation in this section owing her arm. when I was persuaded to use Ballard'sSnow
largest and best line of iron and brass beds in the state to hens. I to the prominence of the parties. I' Liniment, which effected a complete cure. I
have also used it for old sores, frost bIte.rand ikia
beautiful tales and of oak
most chairs
I dining or mahogany: select from. Magnificent suits in solid oak, mahogany and birdseye MERRIWETHER'S SENTENCE I 'I' eruptions. It does the work."

handsome big rugs, appropriate pictures, side boards, china closets. maple; odd dressers and stand in each of these woods. Easy chairs, I NOTICE: BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED. ALWAYS VIED
I All dog license taxes expired Octo- REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES
the latter ranging in price from $25 to $150. Exquisite china, in couches, toilet sets, curtains, screens, mattresses, comforts, sheets, Is a Light Academy One-A Limits Year's and Confinementto PuWic ber 1, 1905. License tax on dogs Is I THREE SIZES: 25c 50c and $1.00

fancy pieces or dinner sets, from $6 to $85 in Haviland china. blankets. wardrobes, etc. $1.25 for each dog. All persons owning -
Reprimand dogs or having the same in charge, -
I I Washington Lec. Midshipman are hereby notified that said license: ST.L.OUIS.U.S.A.

FOR THE LIBRARYThe FOR THE, CHILDRENPretty !I Minor Merriwether Jr., who was tried. must be obtained at once or the 01'i i>

i by court martial for causing the death: relation to same will be
Globe-Wernicke sectional book cases, as many sections as little wagons, go-cartsand carriages for both the children i'of Midshipman Branch in a fist fight. rigidly enforced. j SOLD AND RECOMMEN DED BY ALL DRUGGISTS I

and their dolls horses Stc. : has been sentenced to confinementto By order of the mayor of Ocala. j
I f you wish and several different styles. Pretty desks and combination ; hobby ,
to the limits of the Naval Academy: Geo. W. Cleveland !
& desks and book cases in oak and mahogany for the ladies; library FOR THE TRAVELER I for a period of one year and to be City Marshal. !

r tables in mahogany and golden oak, morris chairs, pictures, rugs, The finest line of suit cases' valises, grips and trunks of all ,:iof publicly the :navy.reprimanded Secretary by Bonaparte the secretary has SEABOARD AIR-LINE BY

moker's stands etc. makes, styles, prices and finish, at exceedingly low prices. (" ordered that the sentence be carried COLORED PEOPLE'S DEPARTMENT i,

-". out, but that so much of the penalty -

FOR THE OFFICE FOR THE KITCHEN :. as would on any debar practice the accused ship attached from serving to. ,' REV. J. E. A KEELER, Editor. I SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED

I- Handsome flat or roll top desks, in several ,sizes and grades. Office Stoves and ranges of all sizes and grades. with all the features. |j the ative academy Broussard be of remitted.Louisiana Represent-, who in- i,I' Pay your Star accounts, and keep! SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL

chairs and tables, waste paper baskets, lamps, 'etc. Linoleum for the floors, refrgerators and ice boxes. 1! terested himself greatly in behalf of them paid. -FO R-

j jI the lad, announced today that he was I Savannah, Columbia,. Camden Southern Pines Richmond, Washington' Baltimore
I entirely satisfied with the findings. :| New Florida syrup, the best In Philadelphia New York.
MISCELLANEOUSVenice i Midshipman Merriwether was acquitted -. town, at the Falana Grocery.

of the charge of manslaughterand THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
:. 'Two houses to rent, in good shape.
Martin, the famous gold furniture, m tables and pedes. j assortment of pcture frame mouldings. A pretty line of china and found guilty: of the other two Tucker Hill. Apply to Jos. Sampson. MODERN PULLMAN
charge, namely: Violation of the \
tals, beautifully hand painted. The first ever shown in Ocala. Eleglass: novelties to be closed out below cost. :Mirrors: of all sizes, clause of the eighth article for the Adam
We are glad to see Bingham
gant hand embroidered Japanese screens, lace, portiere apd silk tapes j hat racks baskets of all kinds, foot stools, staple glass and crockery government of the navy which pro- I'out again after four weeks of. serious i' Orleans. operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New

try curtains. We have just established an art department and have ware, jardinieres, flower pots, etc. HARNESS, SADDLES, LAPa hibits midshipment from engaging in illness. 'I Other information of
fisticuffs, and conduct to the preju-
most exquisite line of etchings and oil paintings, with an endless ROBES, BUGGIES sewing machines, etc., etc. diceo of good order and discipline. Isaiah Jones, who has been visiting John Dozier, Agent, W. W. Condon, C. T. ..A.I .

1! his family, left yesterday for Her- I Ocala, Florida.
:It nando. A. O. MacDonell, A. G. P. A. D. C. Boylaton, Jr.. P. A.

Call on or write to us and we can supply:: your wants. We ship goods to all parts of Florida. Our prices and goodsare GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED OUT I Jacksonvil le, Florida.
Keep business always before
fully guaranteed. We respectfully ask for a share of your business. ;; "Some weeks ago during the severe : your mind's your eye, and push it for all it -- S

winter weather both my wife and my- is worth.
Yours for business self contracted colds which t I '
more I i severe Ij
1 speedily developed into the worst kind Business Men's League meets tonight HOLIDAY RATESVIA

i, of ki grippe with all its miserable at Dr. Dukes' drug store. Let -

symptoms," says: Mr. J. S. Eglestonof all attend. .
MTVER & MKCKHYOC75L7S :Maple: Landing, Iowa. "Knees and I --
; :Mrs.: R. B. Sutton left yesterday for'
joints aching. muscles sore, head stop- '
York, to visit her mother, who is seriously -
ped uP. eyes and nose running, with ill. THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE
1 alternate spells of chills and fever. We I

FLORIDA: I j began using Chamberlain's Cough i Dr. D. H. Hall desires to inform his

!'' Remedy, aiding the same with a dose friends that his place of business is I To all points east of the Mississippi and south of the Ohio and Potomac -
'of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
I Tablets, and by its liberal use soon 'in Jacobville. I rivers, tickets will be sold Dec. 22, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 and Jan. i,

completely knocked out the grip." ; Have you seen the show windows ,limited to Jan. 4. To certain points west of the Mississippi and north
HOLIDAY :'These Tablets promote a healthy ac- of the Ocala Bazar? A faint idea of: of the Ohio and Potomac rivers, tickets will be on sale Dec. 21, 22 and
.. tion of the bowels, liver and kidneys, : what is inside.
23, limited to return 30 days from date of sale.
which is always beneficial when the ,
....BY'... ; B. C. Cody is having some extensive
Should Visit To teachers and certificates
You i stueents
system is congested by a cold or attack surrendering signed by superintendents -
repairs made on his home on South
| of the grip. For sale by the Post- Orange street. principles or presidents, tickets will be sold Dec. 17th to

Ditto and Maloney office Drugstore. I 24th, inclusive, limited to Jan. 8th.
THE NEW RACKET.I B. C. Cody, R. S. Mitchell Jake
: SIX BURNED TO DEATH I. Thomas and John :Michael: have gone RATES:-One and one-third fare plus 25c for round trip.J. .

I!I south on a bear hunt.
-0Ocala's -
'A Mother and Five Children Lost ,, K. KIRKLAND,
| 'For comfortable lodging and first
Their Lives in New York I!
a I Division Florida.
StoreOld Passenger Agent
Cheapest I| class board call at the Marion House. Tampa,

'! Tenement Fire j ji i i iI iI I i Mrs. P. G. Gowens, Proprietress. I -=--

Santa Claus Headquarters; The Toy Land of Ocala; Good 2 story, 8 room house. Splendid porches, yard 1-4 | New York, Dec. 13.-A mother and I I i' *:Miss: Laura Green has opened a !

.The Wonder of the Twentieth Century; The Talk of acre. Near High school. A big bargain.$1300No. her five children were burned to death at I, first class restaurant two doors above' CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY EXCUSION RATES
in a fire in a five-story apartment I
2. Six room cottage and 20 acres of good land with some fine the city market. Meals and lunches j:
.4 Everybody. Presents Suuitable for all Ages peach trees. Only a mile and a half from town. Price. .$500No. 1. Columbus night. avenue and 100th street last 'I II ; at all hours. Give her a call. j

and Classes, 3. Splendid S room house, new roof, newly painted, etc, Large !. Two others were injured and a score!II :M.: C. Falana showed us a potato | --VIASOUTHERN -

yard running through entire block. South Third street, 2nd or more tenants were thrown into a this morning which was 19 inches

ward. See this. Price_. _-_ .__ __.___ ___ ._ ___ .$1800 panic' some of them cut off from escape long grown on Robert Morris place. I

THE BROADWAY MILLINERY STORE No. 4. Nicest small house in city. Known as Colby house in 1st 1 and several rescued by police, ;i north of Ocala. Marion will lead.* i iI RAILWAY

_ ward, near in. This house is a beauty and will sell quick at firemen and ambulance surgeons. I
.. I The dead include Mrs. John Thom- i Club No. 1, Odd Fellows, will givean
(NEXT DOOR) the low price of._ .. 00 00.. .00 00.00.00. .. 00 00. $1800No. ason, the mother her 3-year-old I entertainment at Odd Fellows hall Tickets will be on sale December 22 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, 1905, and January 1,

Has Her Holiday Dress. Ths Greatest Line of 5. Splendid farm containing 120 acres best land. Some good twins and her three other children next :Monday: night. Admission, 15c.; 1906, Limited January 4, 1906
on hard wood, some good fruit, etc. Some newly fenced. 3 1-2 ranging from seven months to nine couple 25c. A. B. Johnson, manager.

jiatc Hats and Caps to he found in Ocala. It Will miles south of town. Price . 00 _00. .00 oo.$1200 I years of age. .
i Howard Academy is still flourish- To teachers and students tickets will be sold December 17th to
Pay-You to Visit the New Racket and The No. 6. Nice S room house, large yard. Some fine shrubbery and Mrs. Thomason lost her life in an : ing, and the prospects are very bright.I .
attempt to save her children. Her 24th, inclusive, limited January 8th, 1906.
\V.V.. home in
near Clyatt's first ward. House in good We congratulate Professor Johnson

Broadway Millinery Store. condition. Cheap at. ._ ___. _. ___ .._ ._ .._._ .$1300 little body was ones found their in bodies her rooms badly with burned her, and his able corps of assistants' on theI For rates and detailed information apply at the Passenger Office,

---- ------- UI No. 7. Two good building lots only four blocks from square near lying about her. I good work. 108 \Vest Bay Street. Phone 743.

Ocklawaha avenue. Must go at once at, each_ -- ...$250 :Mother: and children were cut off John Brown has opened a barber

No. 8. For investment One and from escape by the latch of the door ; shop just one door west of the city
: new 5 room cottage 2 new 3 room
Tourist Cars leading into the hall being caught. I market, and is prepared to do fine ,._j C:::.. L-U5K ,
Near in. rents I
Through cottages. Pay in $17 per month, or 20 per
cent. net on investment at the price of. .. 00 .. 00 ..$850"H I work. Hair cutting, shaving, sham- District Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fta.I .
A LIQUID COLD CURE I pooing, sharpening razors or clippers',
Personally Conducted to No. 9. Good 5 room house and 28 good lots one mile west of town. I honing razors, etc. Give him a call.

Must be sold at once . eo eo -- .. -.. . .$4 0 0 I : Croup. Coughs, Colds, Whooping I
I Cough. etc., have no terrors for chil- j We do not think that Florida affords I ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
California. If you want to buy come early or your choice will be gone. i dren or adults who evacuate the bowels a better circuit judge than JudgeW.

: with Kennedys Laxative Honey S. Bullock. lie is fair square. 1m-I IN OCALA VIA
DITTO & MALONEY, and Tar-the Original Laxative Cough' partial and approachable. We hope
Syrup and Liquid Cold Cure. This that his honor will be spared for many

The Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its Main Street, Ocala. Fla remedy expels all cold from the system years for useful service in his judicial :I
and strengthens the throat. lungs position. ATLANTIC COAST LINE
up-to-date equipment, courteous attendants and many comforts. and bronchial tubes. The mother's favorite ,
The Montezuma House corner of I ,
It's the easy way to travci-no changes of cars, or other wor and children's safeguard. Sold: '"'
Fifth and Lemon streets, Palatka, .
ries.Are J J. R. MARTIN & CO. by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Fla., is nicely fitted up and open to i (Schedule In effect November 26, 1905.)

you going to California? Investigate this way of travel. 1 FLORIDA'S COAST FORTS ; receive guests. Everything is in first
class style. A cafe and barber shop
You'll be surprised to find how cheaply you can go. Departures Between Arrivals.No. .
adjacent. Call on them. J. B. Long,
Are Now Being Inspected by the Committee proprietor. 82, Daily, 1:20 A. M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A. M.

GENERAL LIVERYMENFine Which is Making the i i Rochelle, Palatka, Jacksonville Savannah: Charleston, Richmond.
'A. W. Walker, the world champion
Rounds for That Purpose ] Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and Xew York.
and illustrated literature of
Full barber is in the city, and again
Pullman Buffet Sleepers St. Petersburg to Jacksonville connects at
A committee of the Taft board to
opened his shop at No. 92 North Magnolia -
J. F. VAN RKNSSALAER, Gen. Agt., revise the of coast defenses Jacksonville with Pullman Sleepers! to New York. Dining Car Jack-
system street, opposite the Florida
Atlanta, Ga. Carriages, Buggies and Traps inauguarated by the Endicott board House. Shaving hair cutting, sham- sonville to Xew York.

[ Drummers, Carryalls Saddle Horses, etc. twenty years ago are in the state in- ]: pooing, EtC., in first class style. Tools !! *
;:pecting the coast defenses. |i kept in fine order. Honing razors No. 78, Daily, 1:00: P. M. No. 89, Daily, 2:35 P'. M.
Southern t The committee is composed of Brig. guaranteed. Give him a call. Rochelle Gainesville, Palatka. Jacksonville. Parlor Cars St. Peters-
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses Gen. Samuel l :M.: :Mills: chief of artil- i Special Notice burg to Jacksonville. Connects at Jacksonville with Sleeper! for St.

-_--... .._.. lt>ry: Maj. Gen. George W. Goethals, i: Louis, via Thomasville and Montgomery; also Dixie Flyer. Sleeper
The New
IIi the corps: of engineers, on the general -: Racket is loaded with for St. Louis and Chicago via Tifton. Macon and Atlanta.No. .
staff. The party arrived in Jacksonville Christmas and holiday goods. We can j
and Males for Sale. Horses
the old folks, the
last night from Savannah and please young folksland" 21, Daily, 2:00 A. M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A. M.
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. Major Shunk joined them and went even the babes in the cradle. We
with them to Tampa, where they armed ; have also a complete line of fine dress I St. Petersburg and intermediate points.No. .
goods shoes men's and clothing
this morning. boys' : -
; 89, Daily, 2:55 P. M. No. 78, Daily, 12:40 P. M.
oWe J. R. MARTIN & CO.1Wd General Storey said to a reporterthat furs and jackets for the holiday I

give Free Presents. consisting of Turkey Roasters, Hall Racks, Toweiltack& the purpose of the inspection was trade. I Tampa St. Petersburg! and intermediate points.
of t.) make recommendation of changesn The Palace Restaurant, corner of'
Silver Coffee Pots. etc.. every pound package i No. 48, 6:00 P. M.
No. 45 10:05 A. M. Daily
; the
Powder at 50 cents per pound. armament of the fortifications Fort King and Magnolia street, is now I
I where it was found necessary. The .. open for business. Choice meals, 'I Juliette High Springs Dupont Waycross.
Tickets for other valuable presents given with every purchase of Soap I
committee began the inspection in lunches, etc.. served in royal style at
Soap Powders Starch. Coffee and Extracts. February and had visited the defenses reasonable rates. Soup daily; oystersin No. 47; Daily, 3:00 P. M. No. 46, Daily, 12:20 P. M.

With every pound of Tea. at 60c., we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitcher 1lIL of the Pacific coast and all every: style. Special terms to Juliette. Dunnellon, Homosassa Brooksville, Trilby and local points.
Pudding Pan or Cake Mould. 'n,.,VH on the Atlantic coast as far weekly boarders. Special department:I -

With every 25 cents worth of Laundry Soap, we will give a Mixing-Bowl -oinh as Savannah. The work has for white customers. Breakfast from: No. 49, Daily, Except Sunday. No. 44, Daily ex. Sun., 9:40 A. M.
betn completed with the exception of 5 till 9; dinner. 12 till 3; supper, 5 till Dunnellon Homosassa. *
Every article and every present Is first class and fully guaranteed and those on the Florida and Gulf coasts. .. 9. Lunches at all hours. Fruits, cigars Juliette

your money will be refunded If both are not as represented. Metropolis, 12th. :i etc. M. Midilebrooks Prop. Trains 82 and 21 carry sleepers Jacksonville and St. Petersburg.

FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES I! Trains 82 and 85 carry Pullman Sleepers between New York, Jacksonville \
NO CASE OF REMARKABLE CURE"I ; Dining Car service through between Jacksonville and Jemy City; -
Giv Us a Call. Ocala, Florida. I
,South Main St.
DyspepsiaCure PNEUMONIA! ON RECORD was much afflicted with Bclati-. Day Coaches between Jacksonville and Washington. Pullman Sleepers' ,
r-- I i ca." writes Ei: C. Nud. lowaville I Trains 78 and 89 between Jacksonville and New York and Jackson'iit1 and

We do not know cf a single instance Sedgwick Co.. Kan., "going about on Chicago, via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Route, and to St. Louis via Montgomeryand
4 T- where a cough or cold resulted in crutches and suffering a deal of pain.I L. & N.. and via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Routes, without chang.

THE GLENWOOD pneumonia or consumption when Foley's was induced to try Ballard's Snow I'
taken.It Liniment, which relieved
Honey and Tar had been me.
S S cures coughs and colds perfectly, so! "1 used three 50c. bottles.: It is the: M. for JACKSONVILLE, and from JACKSONVILLE to ST. PETERSBURG..
Gives Cures
FORMERLY THE CENTRAL HOTEL rest to the stomach. indigestion,dyspepsia, sour stomach, I
do not takes chances with some tn- greatest liniment I have ever use 3;
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervcuj I Key West and Havana Steamers leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesday
known preparation which may contain have recommended it to a number of:.
_AN first class family hotel Choicest rooms and the Stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed curd.U i opiates. which cause constipation a; persons; all express themselves as being and Thursdays 11:40 P. M.

I best table in the city, Special rates to weekly or monthly I IT &$ LsbDIgs.ta( .11I Tic EIIIII. 'condition that retards recovery from: benefited by it. I now walk without For full information regarding rates, reservations, etc., call on Atlantic":*'**'*'

Wsy.i LC.D.Vits I .*.. th. S,..,,, Su.., I iS M mt.k u U* :a cold. Ask! for Foley's Honey and crutches able to perform a great Coast Line Agents, or
boarders.MRS. | s.s..CM.&pJ4. I A8 a .... ._ trUl.w M.ut u.s. Tar and refuse any substitute offered.I'deal of light labor on the farm. J. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass. Agt., Tampa! FlaY W. J. :.CRAIG, ;.On.

THOS. J. BARNES, Proprietor. SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA. Sold by the Postofflce Drugstore. %SC., 50c and {1 at,all druggiata. Pass. Agt.; H. M. EMERSON, Traffic Msr., ,Wilmington! N. C .


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