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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Fresh Nuts,

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Table Raisins,

Messed Salmon, I Volume U, Number J60 OCALA FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER J4, J905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year. ACCEPTABLE TO ALL,

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Peel. Fresh Supply of I Is Your Backroom Modern ? *

S rG I Candies and Chocolates at
Force. Full Assort
\s Tampa's Ambition for 190S The
You cannot have too many safeguards for the healthof 'oQ 5yWPP Of the Mutual Life Insurance Com

ment of H-O Cereals Gulf City Will Probably Get family and self especially! the growl,.g children.! pany but His Salary Will be Only T.'w. TROXlERS( :
There With the Goods
Bad or antique plumb-j $50,000 a Year i "

Tampa Fla.. Dec. 14.-At a meet- ing is as dangerous to the
PICKLE LAMB'S TONGUE I IN,ing of the city council last night a ,a' health as good or modern New directors York,of Dec.the Mutual 14.-The Life boardof In- Pure Milk and Cream MillineryFashionable

movement was inaugurated for hold- -" plumbing I is beneficial.
PINT JARS. I ing in Tampa in 1908, an International The cost of renewing your surance Association has -elected Chas.A. .
Isthmian Canal Exposition to cel- bathroomith -tf..dald" Peabody preseident. :Mr. Pea- Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.

ebrate the beginning of constructionof Ware will in reality be body will serve in this capacity at a
the Panama Canal. Resolutions health salary of 650,000 pr annum. Quality and Purity Guaranteed.TOY
Call and see our fresh gOOdS: drawn by President Brown of the assurance. Q AND' UP-TO-DATE ]

i Florida State Fair was passed provid- \Vc have samples in

T-POT GROCERY ing for the preliminary steps.! our show rooms and will HATSFor

-lath Y quote )iu prices.

GIVE YOUR STOMACH REST the Fall and Winter Season are

t + .MI Now on Exhibition at my Millinery
Nothing will cure Indigestion tl1:1tdoesn't !UNTIL DECEMBER
SPECIALS' Parlors in the Ocala House. Call and
;I digest the food itself and give See Them.
the stomach rest. You can't expect ''oeo

Force that a weak stomach will regain Its
strength and get well when it is com-

Puffed Rice pelled to do the full work that a sound FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO
stomach should do. You couldn't expect Buy at own price
your =-.
H-O Oatmeal I a sick horse to get well when it 6MONTHS .
is compelled to do a full day's work -

Graham FloorBuckwheat every day of the week. Kodol Dyspepsia Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Afalast hofet. No more It
Floor Cure is a perfect digestant and digests A FRIGID HONEYMOONMax A VENERABLE HERO Japanese darning. if you buyRDIB

the food regardless of the condition rDDPJDsiBry
of the stomach. Relieves Flieschman and His Bride Will David Waterman, Flagman, of Rochester .
Indigestion -.
Entire Wheat
Floor Ware and handle Umbrellas
I Belching Sour Stomach and all Make Their Wedding :Tour Amongthe N. Y., Lost.His Life in separable at

Self Rising Bockweat stomach disorders. Sold by the AntiMonopoly Arctic Icebergs Saving a Woman All the popular color
For Men Worsted
Shredded Wheat Biscuit I IPettijohn's Drugstore.You Max Flieschman who is to wed Miss Rochester N. Y., Dec. 14.-This cityis s, sold 6 p.irsfor only in$ lots;Cotton of

cannot make boy a better Sherlock of Cincinnati, on December wrapped in gloom on account of the ,6 pairs for$1.50.
your 20 will take as cruisein AUCTION For ladies; Egyptian Cotton six pain
Breakfast Food i Christmas gift than one of those suitsat a wedding trip a tragic death of David Waterman, an for $2.00. A iarantu bttd vntkHtk
Masters'. the Arctic ocean in an effort to get aged flagman of the New York Cen- 4ir. .
Self Rising Pancake Flour ; as near the north pole as possible. Mr. tral Railway, who died at a local hos- sea AU n

SENTENCED FOR LIFE Flieschman has chartered the Norwe- pital yesterday:: as the result of injuries ..
.1 I gian vessel Laura. He will have an received while bravely rescu-
experienced crew that has made two M. FISHEL Ocala Fla.
ing an aged woman from being run ,
But He Could Not Serve His Full '
O. K. GROCERY, Penalty Unless He Was Twins trips to the same region on the ves rescuer over by to the his train death.which hurled the My stock is so varied and

CLARK BROS. Props.OCAUFURuITUREGO. I Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 14.William F. sel."I have always wanted to visit the Waterman, who was sixty years of
i I Williams, murderer of John White Arctic ocean and came near doing age was attending to his duties in large I have not the to
and Edwin C. Dansby, and convictedof so some months ago," said Mr. the railroad yards when Mrs. Caroline space

these in two separate counties, was I Flieschman, "but had almost given up Weber aged sixty-nine years was FUNERAL DIRECTORS
i,;yesterday afternoon sentenced to the idea when Miss Sherlock expressed caught between two trains approaching -
it I
take this
I r'serve the remainder of his life in the her desire to go." from different directions, causingthe display so methodof UNDERTAKERSand

state penitentiary for the murder of old woman to become totally help
Personal Service Anywhere Any Time i/
John White. He had been sentenced HEART FLUTTERING less. Displaying remarkable braveryand

and When Needed j previously for the same term in Jackson Undigested food and gas in the forethought. Waterman rushed to letting every one get the EMBALMERS

county for the murder of Mr. stomach located just below the heart the helpless woman and pushed her
The Quettion'of Embalming and Fun. Dansby. out of danger, only to be crushed
against it and heart
eral! Directing ii a Delicate One palpitation. When your heart troubles himself. best goods at their own price Fine Casketsand
you In that way take Herbine fora Waterman was struck by the train .
Would not it be Best for You to Entrust few days. You will soon be all just as he made a dash for safety. Burial RobesAll

this Question to Those who Appreciate Some day you will get a bad scare, right. 50c. a bottle. For sale by all Nine of his ribs were badly fracturedand as they must be sold.
when you feel a pain in your bowels he received other internal Injur- .
It's Delicacy, and Whose Know-. and fear appendicitis. Safety lies in druggists. ies. The woman escaped with a few Work Done by Licensed EC
Dr. King's New Life Pills, a sure cure bruises. balmers and Fully Guaranteed
is of the Standard PENINSULAR PHONE and
edge Highest i Ample room
for all bowel and stomach diseases Waterman leaves a large family, including arrangements -
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE such as headache biliousness costiveness HAS A CLEAR FIELD wife and daughters to mourn
etc. Guaranteed at The AntiMonopoly his death. The funeral was one of
PROMPT ATTENTION Drugstore only 23c. Try Tampa Fla., Dec. 14.-A merger of the most largely attended ever held will be made for the

t:.em. he local telephone exchanges was announced in Rochester.
Phone No. 10 94 and 161
Day Night last night, whereby the

Never so many pretty rings chains Southern Bell Telephone Company comfort of all who attend.
pins, buttons, etc., in Ocala as we will amandons the local field its plant, I .
| display at our store in a few days. equipment, business and franchises
Ocala Music Company Jewelers. being acquired by the Peninsular had kidney trouble for years"

v Telephone Company, the independent writes, Wash.Mrs., "and Raymond the doctors Connor' could of Shelton not-
company which has been operatinghere t... tart.
for several years. The consider- help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure Forget e DeceMber 18 I9OBs
and the first dose relief
I If I j ation has not been made public. very gave me
Death of Southwest .
II I Agonizing a and I T1erflr.tat "' M Ca11 Pauen..tWIII
am now cured. I cannot too
I II say .. ..,9&1Ci iMk..f f&4........ '!"WI.Mam..t
!I Georgia Farmer much for Foley's Kidney Cure." It .,I w Ie, ACCI IIoIf' aM....pacsq. .
!1 makes the diseased kidneys sound so I ..JfeCaJI.'lII..aAf"T1.. .. DIU( ladleD./o-
ThomasvilleGao, Dec. 14.-Herbert -.wl uq
much afflicted with sciatica .
was ....
they will eliminate the poisons from -:. btcri h+ I :
I I Chasen, a prosperous farmer living ," writes Ed. C. Nud lowaville,, a...,.3 0 wbrpn.
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the blood. Unless they do this, good Wa I'n.. "
l I
fifteen miles northwest of Thomasxille
i was burned to death Tuesday night crutches Sedgwick and Co., Kan., "going deal about of on health is impossible.We J. aat W t 1
suffering pain.
\ MATTRESS / in a fire that consumed his dwelling I was induced to try Ballard's a Snow Fred. 'G. B. CI C. =AeeFAdJflN Stta MCC1I3. r.; Y.J

I house and contents. He had been to Liniment, which relieved me. have just received the largest
Cairo to spend the day. Anticipatinga assortment of blank books that we
WILL NOT LUMP "I used three SOc. bottles. It is the MISSOURI PACIFIC! RY
have ever shown. Bought from the
late return he sent his wife and greatest liniment I have ever used;
WILL NOT PACK child to a neighbor's to spend the have recommended it ,to a number of manufacturers and the prices are -AND"J
Manufactured from pure white cot- night so he was alone at the time of right. The Postofflce Drugstore.
ton felt thoroughly clean and freefrom the fire. He built up a big fire in his persons benefited; all express by it. I themselves now walk as with-being EVERYBODY ATTENDING WILL RECEIVE A TICKET TO THE GRAND FREE IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTEDHOMESEEKERS

all dangerous germs: upstairs bedroom, went to sleep and out crutches, able to perform a grea I HEARST HAS LOST HOPEA PRIZE DRAWING .
Sixty Days' Trial awoke to find the bed in flames. He deal of light labor on the farm."
made his escape from the house, but Decision From the New York Stateof
If. after sixty days' trial this mat 25c., SOc. and $1 at all druggists.R.
his burns were> so severe that he died Appeals Puts End His
tress Is not satisfactory return to ------ an to EXCURSIONS
this at 9 o'clock.\
dealer, (It tick is clean) and have your D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK Mayoralty Prospects TO T" '."1.

money refunded. FOR CRACKED HANDS Albany N. Y.. Dec. 14.-The courtof : t TOY ARKANSAS, W "
MtlVER & MacKAY, FULLER & BLALOCK appeals yesterday decided the fa- TALKIt's TEXAS, i

Rough skin and cracked hands are DENTAL SURGEONS m+)us case growing out of the contestof OKLAHOMA
not only cured by P \Vitt's Witch hazel William Randolph Hearst for the
Salve, but an occasional application mayoralty of New York, in favor of INDIAN TERRITORY,
Otlic' Over Miinroe & Chambliss' Bank
will keep the skin soft and : Geo. R. McClellan, who now halds the I ? nearing the time when you were thinking of buying NEW AND OLD MEXICO
;smooth. Best for Eczema, Cuts Burns OCALA, FLA. office contested. KANSAS,
i Boils, etc. The genuine DeWitt's The decision of the court means NEBRASKAAND
'Witch Hazel Salve affords immediate Terms Cash. that the vote of the recent election COLORADODEC.
relief in all forms of Blind, Bleeding, cannot be recounted, which precludes CHRISTMAS GIFTSYour 5TH & 19TH

|Itching and I'rotrudin iles. Sold by fill possibility of Hearst securing the
I the Anti-Monopoly Drt6store.I office. Cases against parties accusedof Rate Chattanooga to Fort Worth
fs I COMINGHUMPTY fraud tre being pushed with renewed and return $22.10. Other rates In pro-

"Father, I don't want one of those vigor, however. portion from other points In the Southeast -

v old cheap suits. I want one of those DUMPTY money will go further in our store than in any other place in Ocala. We have
II'' good ones at Masters'." Will also sell tickets to Oregon.
the largest line of HOLIDAY GOODS.ui Central Florida. Washington British Columbia November

THE LAST APPEALBy SPECTACULAR PANTOMIME When a child shows symptoms, of the 21st, with return limit
DIRECT FROM NEW YORK croup there is no time to experiment' of 21 days from date of sale at Yery

CQ"H''r a Lynn C. Doyle. ONE NIGHT ONLYDECEMBER with new remedies, no matter how OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST low rates. Write jwI. me for full information -

highly they may be
If all you touched had turned to
is one preparation that can always I. E. REHLANDER,
dross; 15th Because: WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY.J
If all your thoughts had counted be depended upon. It has beenin Traveling Passenger Agent,

Who has had experience with our har- |P? naught; use for many years and has never CHATTANOOGA TENN.

ness will tell you of its sterli'.'[if the rays of hope you'd cherished, GAD: H. ADAMS' BIG COMPANY been known to fail viz: Chamberlain's In Our Line. You Will! Find the Following in all Branches:
strength and general merit and of-. F lot Cough Remedy. Mr. M. F. Compton

real economy quality and cost con- And the future seemed only danger ACTOR ACTRESSES SINGERS of Market Texas, says of it, "I have I Coal
sidered. If you know about harness fraught DANCERS used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in:

yourself, you won't need to consult a What would be your last appeal IANDSOME COSTUMES, severe cases of croup with my children DOLLS, DOLLS,DOLLS, FURNITURE, HORN HORNS,
horse fancier-just see the goods and and can truthfully say it always Blacksmith, _
they'll tell their own story. You'rewelcome If all you touched had turned to gold; gives prompt relief." For sale by the TIN HORNS,
If all your thoughts had moulded BUSTER BROWN and Charcoal
Postoffice Drugstore. STEAM TOYS TOY
to look as long as you like fame; IRON ,
through our stock and ask as many -AT-
If rays of hope before you rolled TIN TOYS, TOY MUSIC BOXES, TIN BANKS,
questions as to price, delivery, etc., Masters is showing a dandy new
you pleas I And every nam*. tongue )spoke fair your line of boys' clothing; all sizes; and IRON TOYS, TOY PIANOS, COMICAL' BANKS, :MdVEB & M&CKdyb
S. A. STANDLEY & CO. What would your life reveal? prices, for Christmas. FRICTION TOYS, TOY TRUNKS, MUSICAL ALBUMS,

C. J.. NELSON, I'd bid my mind forget the past.
I And try anew until the end came IANIMAL )

\ Petersburg Dec. Ho-The res- a
|I'd not give up tho' all the world had TEXAS PACIFIC

Store and Office Fixtures a I castAspersions 4n4 I.points"ration abroad of cable yesterday communication lasted only with a WITHOUT A DOUBT WE HAVE THE LARGEST LINE OF DOLLS IN THE STATE. WE HAVEKID fop 3

and without fear .
\ te :, w hours Nevertheless the outlook .t8 o AA1lwAY
Y ,
Specialty. Appeal for strength to die. aFw, '
n, I !.ins. The government Is

Jobbing Promptly Attended : If the latter Iti.i v..i-.ahing freer. with a fighting chance TALKING DOLLS ,. .' .. ,.. A". .'I"' ..'.'-''' DOLLS,
I'd live like other men have done, t that Premier Witte will yet be able] : ; The Great Easternand
to And in my selfish pride aspireTo ? T-J steer his way through the rocks SLEEPING DOLLS WHITE DOLLS CLOTH DOLLS,

own the earth, likewise the sun; which beset his path. The threat of Western Line t
Furniture Repaired and Renovated. BREAKABLE DOLLS, JUMPING DOLLS, BISQUE DOLLS, '
Write my name with Prometheanfire i general strike in the immediate future -
Across the Entire States
has disappeared, and the telegraph UNBREAKABLE DOLLS, JOINTED DOLLS, DRESSED DOLLS, oiMA J JI
Across the firmament-I'd never strike, not being supported. Is
Drop me a postal card whenever I die. going to pieces in spite: of the wild BLACK DOLLS, RUBBER DOLLS, UNDRESSED DOLLS. I ? mid
want any work in line. LUU1SJA4 {
you my I
appeals of the union to stand firm. !! !!! J
C. L. The
DYING OF FAMINE situation in the Baltic
__ ____ ______ __NEL.OON.I________I' privince SO TO AK3WKK
ia, in its torments, like dying of con- is the most grave of the empire's con-

The Food That Does Good sumption. The progress of consumption ditions. It approaches civil war, andthe OUR DOLLS RANGE IN PRICE FROM 1c 1 TO S4.48 Direct Line to
from the beginning to the very New York's Greatest SensationEVE government has appointed a governor -
end, is a long torture both to victim general, with sweeping administrative NORTH TEXAS

and tion its first"When stage.I "had writes consump-Wm. power, to try to restore order. Now is the Time to Put in a Supply for the Little Ones. Do NEW MEXICO

Myers of Cearfoss. Md., "after trying CURED PARALYSISW. ARIZONAand
different medicines and a good doc- Not Fail to See Our Line Before Buying Elsewhere.
The Creation of a Woman Out of
The Cod Liter Oil Emuhloa"Par XzaSnce"lot tor in ,vain I at last took Dr. King's F. Baily. of P. O. True Texas ::1-
C.ugbS.Celda. Influenza. BronchitU. La Grip New Discovery which quickly and NothingThe writes: "My wife had been suffering CALIFORNIA
ton Thrat and Lung. CaUrrn Pneumonia. I permanently cured me." Prompt relief Most Startling and Unexplainable five years with paralysis in her arm .
CuoiBptloa and all Pulmonary Disease All and sure cure for coughs, colds Act Ever Given on the when I was persuaded to use Ballard's BITE FOB HBW BOOK TSXA3.
DrojjliU.two sires,SOc.and|L, American Stage THE VARIETY STORE. It81r11yt .
sore throat bronchitis etc. Positively Snow Liniment, which cured her all
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAILto prevents pneumonia. Guaranteedat I I Tickets now on sale at the Ocala right I have also used It for sores E. P.TURN '; .

tending name and addren to the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price News Company's Store. Prices 25c, frostbites and skin eruptions. It does : Ai* .
Passer !
ozgJtUlSJOli CO. 93 fin Strut New Yal.r.4 50c. and {1 a bottle. Trial bottle free.I SOc. ?5c. oAo. the work. Sold by all druggist. fDALLA.- 5 AI_ ,:;'
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.1> S. H. BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. 1---1
Happy Man and February the
C. L. Bittlnger and R. R. Carroll I
Proprietor and Publishers. I Washington. Dec. 14.-Formal an-I .

j nouncement was made yesterday af-j_ .
f & C. L. BITTINGER, j, ternoon by President and Mrs. Roose- .

\ Editor and General Manager OCALA FLORIDA. I welt of the engagement of Miss Alice Silver Novelties.Comb SpecialSterling Scarf PinsAn Leather Goods
i Lee Roosevelt ,Brush and Mirsoap Boxes
their daughter, to
PI. endless
variety from 2ae to finished
ror,in Case Combs silver Bowls
: R. R. CARROLL 1: Nicholas Longworth, congressman Manicure; Cases Dressing laying Megs; Sterling SJrer Dessert Dishes in Rose Gold,with and without diamonds Ladies'Pocketbooks Ladies'Card Cues
t? I from the first district of Ohio. Military f Brushes Pocket Combs Tea setsCoffee and the popular Pearl Scarf Fins Men's Card Cases Cigar Cues
City Editor and Business Manager Cloth, Brushes Cigarette Cases setsTrunks
Your Business with us will Protect you Against Additional announcement was made Hat rushes Curling; Tongs of Silver, complete Goods Miscellaneous ArticlesShell
=: that the wedding will take place about Hair Brushes saoeHorns Bon Bon Dishes Bead Fringe Gas Lamps

1: SHE WAS TRULY_SYMPATHETIC Burglary, Fire and Careless Handling of Funds. ( the middle of February. Ii i ij I Infant in Case Brush and Comb Puff Vaseline Boxes Jars Pin Trays Bead Fringe.Electrie Lamps Silver MountedCloth Combs Water Sen
Arrangements for the wedding are having; Brushes Match Cases Gold Thimbles Belt tickles
i Nail, Brushes Stamp Cases Brushes Mirrors Gold Band Thimbles SUrer Thimbles
Among our circle of friends, S a's | not completed, but it will probably Tooth Brushes Paper Cutters Sterling SilverAnd Hat Brushes Nail Brushes Ribbon Fobs Fountain pens
i' Hirper'a Weekly, there was a wry 0 take place in the White House. Darners] Pencil Tips Velvet Brushes Tooth Brushes mono*>d in Gold Pictures
1 Napkin Holders Pearl and s.Irer-I Plated \ Military Brushes Nail Buffers or Pi.i.e Frames
warm supporter of the S. P. C. A.,1 INTEREST OH TIME DEPOSITS II i Cijrar Clippers Handled Pens Hair Brushes Darners Tea SetaJapanese Jewel Casket
.[ who though earnest and sincere! I : Button Uooks Whisk; Brooms Caning Sets Goods Garter Buckles
PIRATING FOLEY'SHONEY and Files 'sethersole Bracelets Forks Batter Knives Necktie Holders Hat Pins,gold or
'Cut Glass
sometimes bored by over.zeal.e i Manicure Scissors Chain Bracelets spoons Oyster Forks gold or surer Silver and plate
let traps to lead her Into an admission t AND TAR Embroidery s cissors Tape Measures Berry oons Napkin Rings' LoYingCupa Bread Trays
Cork screws Bag Taps; uar Spoons Cream Spoons Rich, Rare, Sparkling Fern DishesCandelabra Ash Tray.
of the evil In animal nature, but she! Baby Rattles Pocket KaiTe-s Gravy Ladles Bon Bon Spoons: Candle Sticks
I Foley & Co., Chicago originated FINK
Flasts Ladles LATEST CUTS
; Blotters Oyster Coffee
always managed to make out a good'! Spoons
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Vinaijrettes Mucilage Bottles Soup Ladles Salad Forks and Punch Bowls Finger Bowls
cue for her dumb animals. One day I PiP Knives Fruit Bowls Clocks and Mantle Clock
Spoons Berry
r we felt that we at last had a case in J I remedy and on account of the great Watch Chains Nut Crackers Tomato Servers, Vases all sues Oil Bottles
10 yds dark- j merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Fruit Knives; Nut Picks Wine Sets Water Pitchers Sets
i which she could have no possible and CharmsThe Ice Cream Slice r a Decanters and Bottles
and Tar many imitations are offeredfor
Claret Sets
sympathy for the animal. It was a Flower Baskets
: the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey New and Nobby Designs.Ladies' Tumblers Sauce Jelly and Sew Art Clocks Marteliied IronClocks
dreadful story. published in a newspaper Salts; and Peppers,
Bon Bon
Rings in Endless Dishes China Clocks
colored and Tar and refuse substitute
OutFlannel any Variety
of a baby who had been liter Guard Chains IB gold gold-filled and Celery Dishes Bon Boa Baskets Cuckoo Clocks Bronze and Gilt
offered as no other preparation will silver Marble Clocks Clocks
ally eaten alive by a large and ferocious i Vest Chains LADIES' RIXGS-Set with Diamonds, Opals. Traveling Clock French Clocks
give the same satisfaction. It is mildly Men's tJold-Filled Vest ChainsMens Pianos and OrgansA
cat. We gave her. the clippingsand Rubies, Emeralds,sapphires.Topaz.Turquols; *
I Gold Fob Chains
laxative. It contains no opiatesand j
watched with satisfaction the ing Men's Gold Charm-,with Stones suitable for birth slam-s COMPLETE STOCK OF For the
is safest for children and delicate Ladies'and Men's Diamond Lockets Pianos Eyes
tears gather in her eyes as she read. Signet Rings Wedding Rings Hardmau Piano
Organs ,
Sold the Postoffice
persons. by Drug- I'Uyers
We've got her now," we murmured, .1 Japanese GoodsScreens Autoharps Graphophones Microscopes Reading Glasses
triumphantly. Finally she looked up. for store. large Chimes BroochesGold Guitars Mandolins; Talking Sheet Music Machines And a full line of Eye Glasses; and Spectacles.

And we all held our breath to listen Screens.small Lamps Banjos Music Books
her comment. She spoke In a Tea Sets Umbrellas Diamond and Pearl Brooches Pianos and Organs sold on as easy terms as

heart-broken tone. 'Think! she said 20c Baskets ParaolsLanterns Pearl BroochesDiamond and Opal Brooches may home be merchants.obtained elsewhere. Patronize your Umbrellas for Ladles and Men;silver kid
Making Fight Against Returning to Curtains
"Just think how hungry the cat l;f>U-Plated Brooches
poor I Cups and Saucers,etc. EXCLUSIVE .AGE FOB'BOOKWOOD gold mounted;direct from the makers.
the United States
must have been!" I' Silver Brooches POTTERY Oar: umbrellas all hays detachable haailei
Atlanta, Dec. 14.-Chief of Police "

The finest, largest and most varied 10 Henry Jennings has received a letter!
yds. light- '
stock of jeweler's goods of all kinds. from City Detective Lockhart now in
Montreal, Canada, stating that James MUSIC COMPANY
ever shown in this market. Ocala Mu- OPEN EVENINGS
sic Company. Jewelers. colored Outing Noble Strobhar alleged defaulter of, WEDDING YD ANNIVERSARY GIFTS

\the'! Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. has

Henry D. Stoke, bookkeeper for J. instituted habeas corpus proceedings | NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
W. Pearson. has been heard from Iin an effort to prevent being brought 0
since he arrived at Atlanta to be treated Flannel back to Atlanta to stand trial.

for a bite from a supposed rabbid Detective Lockhart, who was sent
canine which occurred last Sunday after the prisoner obtained extradi-

morning In this city. He was immediately ((29 in. wide) tion papers in Washington, but Stro-

put under treatment by the I bhar has determined not to come back A GRAND
doctor at the Pasteur Institute. who I without a strenuous resistance. HOLIDAY DISPLAYT
-FOR- ,
says he will have to remain there for Strobhar was formerly with the

twenty-one days. Virus was taken East Coast Line at Gainesville. Fla. ,

from _the head of the dog that bit him 49cThe He is said to be $20,000 short in his

and which Mr. Stokes took with him, accounts with that system. He cashedone

and Injected into a rabbit to note the $2000 check in Atlanta, and on ..

result. situated Mr. Stokes, but said didn't he was like pleasantly being that trial.ground is to be brought here for HIS HOLIDAY SEASON I have to offer to my friends by far the Largest,

away from home at so busy a time of: :
the year. above prices will prevail AN EMERGENCY MEDICINEFor Prettiest and Best Selected Stock of Fine Goods ever offered to the people of

Andirons In Iron or brass, neat and sprains bruises, burns, scalds Central Florida in the lines mentioned below. '.. .
artistic from $1.25 to $7 per pair. at and similar Injuries, there is nothing
the Marlon Hardware Company. o so good as Chamberlain's Pain Balm.

lit soothes the wound and not only Come in early and make your selection while the stock is unbroken.

Mr. E. P. Thagard. secretary of theN I i gives instant relief from pain, but
val Stores Company of Jacksonville t, I causes the parts to heal in about one-

was circulating his third the time required by the usual

Ocala friends today who among gave him many the I I treatment. Sold by the Postoffice Jewelry and DiamondsI Hollow and Flat WareThe

glad hand and are pleased to note II I mA 190E Drugstore. ,,I

the ability with which he is filling his;I o have a magnificent line of solid gold jewelry inpins
housekeeper or those selecting for friends'homes
responsible position. Few men who u i I Congressman Lamar is engaged in a gifts

have lived in Ocala and held official i controversy on the floor of the House : ring!:>, emblems, brooch, chains, necklaces?, bracelet should see my handsome stock of quadruple plate
: with John Sharp Williams, the leader
positions have more friends in this:
I I ?, locket?, etc. The newest in style and design and a and solid silver
community than the genial, intelligent I | of the democratic minority o table ware of all kinds. As good as can

and up-to-date secretary of the Naval i'o splendid stock of high grade diamonds.Sterling :: be had and amply warranted.Handsome.

FOR SALE-House and lot In sec ATi "Some weeks ago during the severe

ond ward; size of lot 105x105; houseIn winter weather both my wife and myself Silver China

good repair; has five rooms and i j contracted severe colds which

bath room; good well of water on lot, I I I speedily developed into the worst kind We carry the most: complete) :stock: of sterling silvernove1ti
\ The
also city water in bath room; some I!of hi grippe with all its miserable most exquisite china in town is i on display in my

nice fruit trees and grape vines bear. i I symptoms," says Mr. J. S. Egleston for the ladies' dresser: or table and many little

Ing. Will sell cheap for cash or part f jof Maple Landing Iowa. "Knees and articles:: for gifts for all of your friends:: and relatives. Our store. :Many entirely original designs, unequaled in
cash and balance on time. Good as an THE VARIETY STORE '!joints aching muscles sore, head stopped -
Investment. or 'will make a nice home ; uP. eyes and nose running, with comb and brush sets are unusually: han ;:;ome. beauty of finish.

for small family. Address P. O. Box I j alternate spells of chills and fever. We

625 city or inquire at this office. I I I began using Chamberlain's Cough
i Remedy, aiding the same with a dose I
Ed Parr. the factotum of Mclver 1 I | of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Cut Glass Edison PhonographA

WacKay's, Is jubilant over a new J I I Tablets, and by its liberal use soon

in the way of a rat and mouse Our line of holiday goods is open foryour I :completely knocked out the grip." The prettiest; of all table ornaments, cnt glass, can be good stock of Edison Phonographs from $10 to $50
a new thing. the latest out, and one of i These Tablets promote a healthy ac-
e -electrical kind. For a scientific explanation : tion of the bowels, liver and kidneys found here. Any article desired and in all of the pretty each, with over four hundred different records in stock to

of this new wonder call o; inspection. j which is always beneficial when the 1 designs. select from,

Ed Parr. i ;, system is congested by a cold or at-
I i tack of the grip. For sale by the Post- ,i __-__ ____ _____ ___ -_ Bai i __>_> i

For crockery, rancy china, stationery I 55 i office Drugstore.
and the best line of blank books, i Watches and Clocks MiscellaneousElegant
go to the Ocala News Company. This I !I Ceo. W. Perkins has resigned his

If our business and not a side line. i The circuit court is hearing the case The attendance at the business session -:I ]position as vice president of the New :My:\ stock of watches: :solid gold and filled, silver carving sets, in many different patterns and
[of Petty Davis for the killing of Ran-, of the Ocala Epworth League, York Life Insurance Company, and

Mr. A. Nolte, one of the gay phosphate -i j som Miller, which occurred sever is'\! j.J I'j.held Monday night. December 4, was! 1 is succeeded by Alexander E. Orr, an- uickle and gun metal, surpasses:; anything in town. Ladies' half a dozen grades. The famous Universal Coffee Percolator \

club men of Ocala some six or J weeks ago in Ocala. Ray Bullock very gratifying, and the Interest i 'other New' York financier. and Gentlemen's sizes faces or hunting and made of aluminum (
:'defending the prisoner. The jury in I ( open cases, try one you will not part withit.
eight years ago, who occupied the cot- II shown was a source of much encour- I I
| _-_..tage next to the residence of Mr. John 'the case is composed:: of B. II. Leitner. |j agement. About 23 members were |' NO CASE OF any price you want, but all guaranteed. A good line of .) Fine umbrellas, fountain and gold pens, ladies' purses

Dozier, but who has been absent from B. I. Freyermuth. S. S. Savage.: J. H.!I present, among them being 8 officers. '| PNEUMONIA ON RECORD 1 ,clocks in several chatelaine
grades. and
the city for a number of years has : lcKinll -)', E. W. Kraybill.!! Forney i J The outlook for a forward movement I I I bags, etc., etc.

been heard from. He now resides in Lancaster. B. H. Xorris. W. W. Stiip-L I along all lines of work was never more We do not know of a single instance

Kobe Japan and requests copies! of,! ling B. C. Webb, J. f' Crawford, M.j|encouraging. Since July 1 about $65 t where a cough or cold resulted in If you cannot call, write me your wants and your order will have careful attention.
M. Little and G. G. Mathews. .
"the dear Evening Star as he expresses -) j have been raised for furnishing and ,: 1 pneumonia or consumption when Foley.s -
It. He shall have them. i The jury agreed on a verdict in the running the public reading and social Honey and Tar had been taken.It .

i i' John Brown case for the murder ofMary rooms. This movement has been fair- cures coughs and colds perfectly, so
Graham of the Cotton Plant A. .E. BURNETT THE
The handsomest carving sets ever I ly successful thus far, and we believe 0 'do not takes chances with some un- JEWELERBARGAIN :
seen in Ocala have just been openedat section stepdaughter of the prisoner.The it will continue to prosper. During,:'known' preparation which may contain ;

the Marion Hardware Company'sstore. verdict was manslaughter. Major I the year about $65 have been raised : 'opiates, which cause constipation, a
The prices from $3 to $10 Izlar and T. E. Bigg3 were appointed, ;: -- -------------- --
run (for all other purposes of league work, i 'condition that retards recovery from
> by the court to defend the prisoner, i{
per set 1' including missionary work charity *a cold. Ask for Foley's Honey and
:and they did it ably. and help state league central office, 1 Tar and refuse any substitute offered. Nice Meals

Captain "Buckshot" Williams the delegates' expenses social work and:1 Sold; by the Postoffice Drugstore. TIMEThe

popular conductor on the Homosassa, LOUISYILLE & ASllhILLE R. R, the incidental expenses of the chapter. !t'

train. has so endeared himself to the The membership is steadily increasing : The battleship Louisiana made Nice Service
uatrons of the road especially the ladies Best Line to and now numbers about ..0.t'eighteen' knots (about 21 miles) an ,

by the many favors conferred on BIRMINGHAM. NASHVILLE, MEMPHIS A source of much pride is the large '0: hour on her trial cruise Wednesday.'< T

them, by bringing small parcels from number of young men enrolled. j I Nice Place
Ocala and doing needed shopping, that KNOXVILLE, LOUISVILLE, The New Year promises a bright ;j HUGE TASK Ocala Steam

they propose to get together in a fewdays CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS CHICAGO dawning for the Ocala Epworth :i ______ AT LaundrySEE

to make for him a handy apron and all Points NORTH and I League and brings with It glorious 1' It was a huge task, to undertake the -

with little pockets to represent the WEST, in Through Cars. I opportunities for work in the serviceof 0 cure of such a bad case of kidney disease -

different stations so he can handle ONLY Line operating through sleepers the Master. One great event thatis 0 as that of C. F. Collier, of THE NEW IDEA RESTAURANTOysters OUR RED LIST

their orders during the holidays with from FLORIDA to CHICAGO. looked forward to with much interest : Cherokee la., but Electric Bitters did

convenience and dispatch. and pleasure is the Annual State it. He writes: "My kidneys were so
ONLY line operating through sleepers -
League Conference to meet in our far gone I could not sit on a chair in All Styles
There Is no better line of rugs in I city in June. May the league work without a cushion; and suffered from

town than you can find here. Ooala, with DINING CAR SERVICE. prosper and the Savior's kingdom be, : dreadful backache. headache and depression AFTER-THEATER SUPPERS A SPECIALTY FRESH MEATS! AND VEGETABLES

Furniture Company. i I'I FINEST Dining Car Service in the urbuilded in the hearts and lives of'0 In Electric Bitters, however,

South. our young people. I found a cure, and by them was restored HARRY STALLBERG
Loren S. Squires, the popular postmaster THROUGH Tourist Sleepers to Cal- to perfect health. I Proprietor.
ifornia. The following are the officers elect- recommendthis Western Beef Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef, Mutton, AiInout's
at Eastlake. and the champion i ,: ed for the :year 1906: Geo. L. Taylor great tonic medicine to all with Phone 223.
,1 i' For information as to rates to all Star Ham Armour's Pork Cabbage
sweet potato grower of that section president; Dr. L. F. Blalock. vice president -, weak kidneys, liver or stomach. Guar- Sausage, -
will accept the thanks of the edltoij j points NORTH and WEST schedules department of worship: Mrs. W. teed by the Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore; Rutabagas Turnips Beets Sweet
for a sack of as fine sweet potatoes as i and full information, call on or write S 2nd vice price 50 cents. ,
Durst. president. department We arc going to sell a
were ever grown. i i Geo. E. Herring Fla. Pass. Agt. L. & of charity and help: Mrs. Geo. Potatoes Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions.
I JN. R. R., 206 West Bay St., Jacksonville The rebels in Libonia.
L. Taylor 3rd vice president literaryand a Baltic
FOR SALE-A nine-room. two-sto-j j Fla. social department: Dr. A. L. Izlar, province of Russia, have set up a'' PIANOTo W. P. EDWARDS,

ry house; storeroom in front; barn 4th vice president. missionary depart- government.
and hennery on rear o* lot; good well I; The Ideal Waterman fountain pen mt'ntIi's; Florence Briggs. secre- Phone 108. City Market
advertise 8tort- the i
of water: all in good repair: in manufacturing makes a good Christmas present. Get taryUss: Ruby Farris. treasurer; LAND FOR SALE : our price fflSF" $ J 90

portion of town; a good them at the Ocala News Company. Miss Rena Smith. Epworth Era agent: If not sold today it will be less toraor- -

stand for store and meat market. grades. Mrs. J. P, Hilburn. reporter. The Eighty acres, under a good wire row. Watch this ad. and you may get TO-DAY
Price. $500; halt cash. Address A. Y. I newly I elected officers take charge of; fence, and suited: to general farming it for $2 THE GLENWOODFORMERLY

Strunk 207 N. Magnolia St. Ocala The governor of Oregon has ap- their several: departments of work on, and vegetable culture; is in sight of

Fla. I pointed John M. Gearing of Portland January 1. Mrs. C. E. Long is superintendent Orange Lake station on the A. C. L. I
II of the Junior League by R. R., in Marion county, Fla. Thereis THE CENTRAL HOTEL .. ?
I to fill Mitchell's place in the Seiiate. appointment CO.I .
Ernest of Dr. Wilson of a 4-room barns and other OCALA MUSIC
Wilson son Gearing is a democrat. of the pastor. welling A first class family hotel. Choicest rooms and the
Reddick is now employed by the Bond 0 1 buildings on the land; also pear

Luml'er Company, in Volusia county 1 1as RING WORM AND DANDRUFF Does your boy need a suit? Go toMasters' peach, fig, plum, pecan and orange JEWELERS. I bet table in the city, Special rates to weekly or monthly
bookkeeper. He will return to' trees. Is in sight of Orange Lake
I for it, and be satisfied. boarders.
Sutherland Seminary after the boll- which abounds in four
Are Each Caused by a Pestifer.
sTs. They churche, three stores, postoffice, etc. MRS. THOS. BARNES
J. Proprietor.
I Terms easy. Address J. H. McCly-
Several years ago Frank Kim-\1 Ring worm and dandruff are some- monds, Ocala. Fla. J. E. SANKSTONI
trough got into trouble in Jackson- I what similar in their origin; each is Christmas Holiday Excursion Rates

ville. He was accused of attempted i caused by a parasite. The germ that For the public. tickets will be on Fifteen thousand Jews were killed

robbery. It was found after his conviction '!! causes dandruff digs to the roots of sale December 23. :24:! 25. 39. and 31. In the riots at Odessa. Dealer in I HOUGHBROTHERSWe
that there was some mistake the hair and saps its vitality, causIng -i and January 1, at one and one-third
about It. and so Colonel Rogers for t falling hair, and finally bald- fares plus 25! cents with final limit THE SEASON' .OF INDIGESTION Fresh and Cured Meat of all Kinds, _

whom he was working as a convict, ness. Without dandruff there would January 4. For teachers and students, give Free Presents, consisting of Turkey Roasters Hall Racks Towel

took the matter up and had him par- never be baldness and to cure dan- not preparatory public nor high The season of indigestion i is upon us. Produce, Vegetables Fresh Fish Hacks Silver Coffee Pots etc.. with every pound package of Baking
doned. Mr. K. is from New York. He druff it is necessary to kill the germ. school same rate will apply with Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for Indigestionand Powder at 50 cents per pound.

wa. In Jacksonville and got convivIal -{[I There has been no hair preparationthat selling dates December IT to 24, Indu.i dyspepsia will!! do everything for and Poultry. Tickets for other valuable presents given with every purchase of SoaR ,

one night and was staggering to/:, would do this until the discovery \'\::!. limited to January S, 19'}6. All, the stomach that an over-loaded, overworked Soap Powders, Starch Coffee and Extracts. \ I
his home when at the corner of a, of Xewbro's Herpicide, which positively above rates will apply to all points stomach cannot do for itself.l
I NO FLIES ARE ALLOWED IX OUR STALLS With every pound of Tea, at COc, we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitch- V.
street he tripped and fell and in falling !, kills the dandruff germ allays east of the Mississippi! and south of Kodol digests what you eat-give* the J
er, Pudding Pan or Cake Mould.
his hand struck a. passing man on i'I itching Instantly and makes hair glos- the Potomac and Ohio rivers, Includ- : stomach a rest-relieves sour stomach SHARE YOUR TRADE WITH US, \|

his coat pocket. The man had him i I sy and soft as silk. Take no substi- ing Washington D. C., and St. Louis I.J! belching heartburn. indigestion With every 25 cents worth of Laundry Soap, we will give ft Mixing Bowl
arrested. accusing him of trying to tute. There is nothing good." etc. Sold the SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
"just as Mo.The I j I by Anti-Monopoly Drug- Every article and every present is first class and fully guaranteed, and
pick his pocket. nibrough receiveda I Sold by leading druggists. Send lOc. Seaboard Air Line has double store. I. your money will be refunded If both are not as represented.FULL .
five years' ftence, The pardon i In stamps for sample to the Ilerplclde daily service with Parlor Cafe Cars I t FREE DELIVERY.
was only grant a few days ago ando I Co., Detroit. Mich. Tydings & Co.. on day trains and Pullman Sleeping I 1 Gillette Safety Razors sold by the LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

will SO to9; rIt. for lIr. Pette 1.J special agents, Ocala, Fl,. Cars on all night trains leaving Ocala J I Postoffice Drugstort. ',I Phone No. J J J. Stalls hand J 3, City Market. South Main St. Give Ut a Call. # .Ocala, -Florida


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On account of the inclement weather Where the Little Moons That Chase I- :

the Japanese sale will be contin- the Nocturnal Shadows Will be .,- .
ued. See the beautiful Japanese OUR LINE OF- -
Located President, T. T. 2IUXROR .
gods we are offering. Ocala Music ; ; : t.
il -_; = _-
BANKERS Company Jewelers. The Honorable City Council Ocala, Vice President Z. C. CHAMBUSS. ; : : -;#,
Blankets Comforts Sweaters Fla.: "
I Cashier GEO. H. FORD. ; I : :'
Mrs. W. C. Galbraith received the Gentlemen-The undersigned electric 4_ 3
Ocala Florida sad news yesterday of the death of Ladies' and Children's light committee begs to advise Assistant Cashier J. B. BROOKS -1 1CENTRAL

her brother W. E. Merrill at Waldo, that in compliance with instructions i

and went up to attend the funeral. from you we have located for your I

-.. Sunday a week ago the deceased wasa Coats. approval arc lamps in the following '

guest of his sister in this city. The positions, at the crossings or Inter- !'

LOANS. (DEPOSITS. Star extends condolence.The 4 stated sections: of the streets as hereinafter I I' NnTIONAL' BANK

COISERYATISK. cold storage folks have received A Full[' Line of One each at each comer ot the pub-
ACCOMMODATION up to date 100,000 pounds of m He square, or at the crossings of:
about equally divided between the at.1 I. North and Main streets.

factories. The Meffert and UNDERWEARFor %. North and Magnolia streets. OFOCALA.

OCALA OCCURRENCES cold storage has ceased to receive! 3. South and :Magnolia streets.

meat and all meats taken in will betaken 4. South and Main streets.

care of by the Ocala Ice and Everybody. 5. Fort King avenue and Main J. K. CHRISTIAN, GEORGE MACKAT

Rebek .hs meet this evening. Fuel Co.. in charge of Mr. Herman I I street. \
Benjamin. This Is done to enable I |i 6. Osceola and South Third streets. : II
Beavera meet tomorrow night. Captain Flynn to thoroughly overhaul'and ''HELVENSTON-PASTEUR COMPANY :''l I 7. Orange and South Fourth R. S. HALT. Z. C CHAMBLISSl

repair the Meffert and Taylor ma- i : streets. (Water Works.) HERBERT A. FORD.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday evening. chinery, so as to be ready for the big .1 8. Watula and South Third streets.

I demand for ice for refrigerating pur- : ___ (New location.) 1
Maittr has men's suits from $6 to I poses for the lettuce crop. :1':1'I 9. South Third and Sanchez. I

118. BOARD OF TRADE MEETINGThe WEATHER FORECAST 10. South Third and Wenona (?)

I CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED I 11. Wenona and South Fifth'I, VICTO

The board of trade meets Friday With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as:; board of trade will meet Fri- Washington Dec. 14.-Rain tonightand i streets. I A

night !j they cannot reach the seat of the dis- day night in the council chamber, to Friday; colder Friday in north I 12. South Fifth on new street between -

ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional -i hear report of committee on state west portion. Ford's premises on the east and

disease, and in order to cure it I campment site and holiday work. en-I Camp's on the west extending
a Ever Cline Ready Co. Batteries. The Yonge you must take internal remedies.Hall's .!I H. A. Ford FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT through to Fort King. (New loca- Would you like to have a seat at the oPera in your own home? How would you like

Catarrh Cure is taken internally I C. L. Bittinger, Secretary. tion.)

Read Pittman's big advertisementon I and acts directly on the bood : Apply to Chas K. Sage 44 South 13. Fort King and Wenona. I to hear your favorite voice in song or recitation in the quiet of your own parlor This and ___ ,
St. east.
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh', FOUND-A lady's russet rough 14. Fort King and street opposite :
the fourth
page. I Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was I leather handbag. Owner can have I 1 new street above referred to as open- 'II more is yours if you have a ._-

The best line of tablets etc.. at the prescribed by one of the best physicians 1, the same by paying for this adver Fine silk umbrellas, with sterling ( ing from South Fifth to Fort :King; .
Ocala New Company : in this country for years and is tisement. silver and other nice handles. Guaranteed in front of C. S. Cullen's new resl-I

a regular prescription. It is composed ( and at medium prices. At A. dence. (New location.) :

J. M. Barkadale has been re-elected of the best tonics known combined ': Others" may have furniture, but for E. Durnett's. 15. South First, or Fort King and I

mayor of Dunnellon. r i with the best blood purifiers, acting the same price our goods are better.I Tuskawilla. (New location.) i Victor
i directly on the mucous surfaces. The, Ocala Furniture Company. Come in and see our goods. It it Is 16. Watula and Fort King. (New 1:

Mr. Hullom Jones was in town this i! perfect combination of the two ingredients -: I in our line and you don't see it ask location, changed from Alvarez and i
morning from Grahamville. is what produces such wonderful ;i! Still at the top-Nunnally's Can for it. We have many goods not yet Fort King..
i i results in curing Catarrh. Send dies. Postoffice Drugstore. unpacked. Ocala Music Company.High 17. Osceola and Fort King.

Mr. L. K. Edwards and wife of Irvine -I! for testimonials free.F. I I 18. Orange and Fort King. (Mc- Talking

were In the city today. J. Cheney & Co.. Props., Duffy's old stable.) (?) "

Toledo, OhIo I I I 19. Magnolia and South Third.

Sold by druggists, price 75c. Take (New location, changed from Orange
.John Coulter of the Blitchton section I ; !I t '
wis In town yesterday. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ;i Grade, ReasonablePriced and South Third.) Machine -

I ; I 20. Lime and South Third. (New

O. W. Reagan and Frank Reagan location.)
Walter Briggs has a situation in son | I
Hewitt's candy and fruit store. ,i managers of the Ocala rim and ; Millinery at 21. Pine and South Third. ,
(spoke factory went to Brooksville I I 22. South Fifth and Lime. -

Ben Freyermuth of the Fellowship, ,I yesterday afternoon to clear a site for.j .II 23. South Ninth and Lime. I -.-

eectlon. was In town yesterday. j i their .factory and look up houses for i I G. A. Nash's.We 24. South Fifth and Magnolia. '
I them to occupy when they get ready I 25. South and Lime. (New loca- WE HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES "

FOR RENT-A neat six room cot- .I to operate. Mrs. Frank Reagan and tion.)

tage. Apply to Dr. R. D. Fuller. little son accompanied them to look at 26. South and Pine. "HIS MASTER'S VOICE"
I the town. 27. Orange and North First.

Hardwater Soap the best in the i receive the celebrated Gage hat, also best 28. Magnolia and North Third. .
market, at the Postoffice We holi- 29. North Third and Pond.
Drugstore.Mr. are now displaying our
day line of cut glass and fine china. make of pattern hats:; weekly. Always somethingnew 30. North Fifth and Pond. RECORDS?

and Mrs. Archie Mclver of I Don't fail to see it. Ocala :Music Co.I Ij to look at. I 31. Magnolia and North Fourth.New .II YES.t
Blitchton spent last night in the city. ( location.)

See my stock of cut glass before j Manager Anderson of the Ocala I I change 32. S.of A.light L. R.already R nearly(Slight same I We have all you could want to select from, and n-e would like to have you come Inland l

you buy elsewhere. A. E. Burnett. ,' foundry is busy filling his contract I I position.) I I! ask us to play them to you. Our stock of records is the most complete in Central_ -
with '
the Florida Naval Stores Company -
i 1 for 1200 single 'iron bedsteads. i Don't forget the place. 33. May and Main streets. (New Florida.THE. .

James Blair came up from Oklawaha i location.) i
i When all the bids were in, Mr. Anderson t
today being summoned as a Juror. I was asked for figures, gave them G. A. Nash's Red Front Store 34. Main and North second.
35. Osceola and North First.
I and got the contract II OCALA FURNITURE CO. t
FOR RENT-A fine front office 36. Osceola and South street. (New I
I South Side of Square. ''!
room over Munroe & Chambliss I location, near postoffice.)
HORSE FOR SALE-A good gen .. .
Bank. 37. Oklawaha and Watula. -- -- -- -
tle family horse, eight ;years old medium -
38. Oklawaha and Sanchez. (New
size. Inquire at the Star office.
Mrs. Edward Badger Is attendingthe I i location.) AN ACCEPTABLE GIFT ....THE GREAT.*.. .j;
Confederate Reunion in Jackson- I i iI iI .THERE IS. 39. Oklawaha and Dougherty or '
Jno. D. Buckalew of Jamesburg, N. I ... ... to,
viii.. Winona. I II
J., is again en route to spend the winter Send Your Friends a Box of Fine Oranges '
40. Fox Lane and Oklawaha. (New
In Florida. lie has reached White I
"Low priced goods are never cheap. \| Springs and later will make Ocala his location.) for ChristmasI HOLIDAY DISPLArs.
You full value NOTHING MORE ACCEPTABLE 41. North Second and Watula.
get for your money at i regular call. am putting up special presentationboxes
Masters'. I 42. Sanchez and North Second. containing the finest oranges, ,

I If you are going to put down matting 43. Dougherty and Wyomlna. tangerines and grapefruit. Ship- .- _' I I
Billy DUtch of Blitchton was in the! we would like to show you whatwe I 44. Magnolia and Henry. ments made direct from my groves.
city yesterday with a load of fine aur- i I 45. Main street in front of city Get orders in %
your early.
have in that line Ocala Furniture .Jz.
keya. I Company.FOR I Of of More Service to Your Friend or I plant. Phone 101. E. M. Howard Ocala -:.:

I 46. J. J. Gerig's residence. 1 S4. -. -,

All kinds of office supplies In our RENT-A new and well located -I Relative than one of our Handsome I The foregoing disposes of the 46 of STENOGRAPHER WANTS WORK t '. I : } f ff
the 50 arc lamps contemplated to be i
stationery department. The Postoffice
cottage, with six rooms and ::; :
I I put in service, when the new apparj j ,
Drugstore. bath. Apply to P. C. Davis, Montezuma t.
I Any one needing; an experiencedand t\\\ 1 s
atus is installed. The council hag in '
black. I thoroughly competent lady sten- .
Electric house wiring. Guaranteed I I the meantime, by resolution ordered I 'J
I SATCHELS SUIT CASES OR | ographer and typewriter can com- :; b '
material and workmanship. The I ; the location of one light on South or i '
YongeA Inlaid wood, also leather combina- I municate with one through this of /
Exposition street at the crossing of I
Cline Co. tion collar and cuff boxes, a few select fice. ......... '
the S. A. L. Railway, which leaves 3
prices, at the Anti-Monopoly '
Xmas Postal Cards comic also some Drugstore.A I STEAMER TRUNKSOr unappropriated, or not located.All ;
The Star regrets the miscarriage of
ollette designs, at the Anti-Monopoly of which is respectfully submitted -
Electric Light Committee.Phonographs the program recounting the Anthony
Drugstore.The .
good cook wishes at
a position
musicale of last week. We understandthe .ft
once. Address or apply to Janie Font- ., .
affair was a very enjoyable occa-
Star congratulates the Banneron royal. 64 South Magnolia street, city. J
sion and the pupils who participated e i ir ,
the successful Installment of its if You Prefer I
covered themselves with glory.
new linotype. Mr. J. M. Barco, one of the school j.i

trustees of the Ocala precinct, made a .ili
Reigerl Pacedenna Rose a Callfor- visit to the High School yesterday, I I tt d l OYSTERS ARE IN SEASONThe

nit Perfume now at the AntiMonopoly and the glad hand of the teachers and ,

Drugstore. the pleasant expression of the pupils : A FINE HAT PAIR OF SHOES 4
I 1 I demonstrated that his call was appre- Elk's Cafe, opposite the J

Judge Joseph Bell took a day offj i j dated. He found the school in a fine A. C. L passenger depot, is now \M- .

yesterday In the Blitchton neighborhood .. condition.The 1 in The
serving style.
Mims oysters any 1
I only a la carte house in the city. I .
mission of "Early Risers" is to I( .J
Join the Kodak Correspondence I clear the way and give nature full Strictly first-class in all respectsG. f ,

Behool. See Gerig about it, at the I sway. Those famous little pills rid R. TROXLER, Prop. ('I 1 It tr: U r.

Postofflce Drugstore. the stomach and bowels of all putrid I 0 1 A 1 .s J Jl
matter, thus removing the causes of t :.J
Mrs. C. II. Gamsby of Ocala was the
Tucke Xmas Cards and Booklets; headache, constipation, sallow complexion e
fortunate winner of for ex-
I a prize
also 1906 Calendars. at the AntiMonopoly I etc. Dewitt's Little Early W J J. CHAMBERS SHOE uUfflrANi from $10; to $50. Overj I II quisite embroidery at the Tampa Fair,
Drugstore.The Risers never gripe or sickin. A safe,
I I 400 different records in stock to select | the only prize gifen! for this work
pleasant, perfect pill. Sold by the, j from. A. E. Burnett the jeweler ex- j'from j Marion.Mr. .
finest best made and prettiest
)Anti-Monopoly l
Drugstore.All I -- - 5 elusive agent for Ocala. ,.
patterns In carving sets, from $5 up : I
at A. E. Burnett's. i iI the latest styles In iron beds at !
I Edison phonographs, from $10 to I was summoned on the jury, was ex-
I prices that are low. Ocala Furniture $50 each, with over 400 different cused. He remarked to a Star reporter .. .,
Colonel the re-I
Hazard, enterprising I!Company. r
cords to select from, at A. E. Bur that the planters of his section
representative of the Tampa Tribune I
!IE nett's. their lands for canta-
I! were preparing
In the
was city today. I I Go to the Ocala News Company and \. 1
j loupe and watermelons, and that Lee
I get dolls, and fireworks. All
your toys
LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED Howell is reported to have 300 acres
The biggest .tallest and prettiest ,j jtlaps i! best grade goods.
in view for these products.
vases ever seen in the city are] FREE OF CHARGE'!

at Mclver & MacKay's.Mr. I I Three white prisoners came up from | Jap-a-Lac Phone 26. R. E. Yonge & Co. I'
Tampa yesterday and were taken to I II
SpHman. who is now acting; the Marion Farms. One of them Mc- I C "Wears Like Iron." A big line or nandsome quilt. and ,; "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years, .
salesman for Mr. A. E. Burnett is an choked to death early yesterday
relieving comforts reasonable
I Williams. was found guilty of at prices. Ocala ..
old hand at the business. Natural Jap-3-LaC is the best at his home in the
morning .
visitor of Furnitur
a Fair $700. Company.
i i
II Ocala's Greatest Xmas and Holiday Display is to be
I varnish for 1 of his wife and child. He contracteda ,

Humpty Dumpty at the opera I We can get you engraved cards. Stove, ranges and heaters of all slight cold a few days ago and paid found at .
house tomorrow night. See adver- wedlng invitations special tally and i I \ Hardwood Floors kinds. Many different styles and !> but little attention to It. Yesterday

tisement on the first page. place cards. Prices right. Ocala prices to select from. Marion Hard i morning he was seized with a fit of
News Co. either .ld or new. It dries I ware Co. j coughing which continued for some THE NEW RACKEt
There Is nothing in the furnitureline i I with a beautiful luster, and I I. time. His wife sent for a physician .
too good for you. We have it. FRUITS CANDIES AND NUTS but before he could arrive, another *
I J. A. Morse, one of the successful I :
( 1 I
Ocala Furniture its I Ocala's Cheapest Store; The Shopper's Paradise. I have
Company.We retains
Flange!: growers of the Electra district. ) cl brilliancy throughwear j I|I I coughing spell came on and Duckwell

i, was summoned to Ocala this morning ''r and tear right down to j I For choice. fresh fruits of all kinds I i iI!. died from suffocation. Louis just arrived with more Holiday Goods. Dolls, Toys
in either box '
can suit you Jifor! jury duty. but was excused. j candies, nuts, cigars, tobacco, etc., call[ Globe Democrat, Dec. 1st 1901" -.
tablet paper, both as to quality the wood. Besides Natural j' on John Tube!, in the Montezuma ; Bollard's Horehound Syrup would<2 and Toilet Articles of every description. t

price. The Poatoffic Drugstore. I block. I have saved him. 25c.. SOc. and $I at ..-t
READ THIS: i Jap-a-Lac come in twelve colors. \ II J I all druggists. -

Remember we are the oldest holiday! It is a stain and varnishcombined ; Do not wait until the last. Ship, !,
goods house in town, and we stick to!I :Mobile Ala., Dec. 2t, 1S99. I your Christmas presents now. Get asticker" L i!| Mrs. V. Meginney of Wilmington,, THE BROADWAY pNERY STORE: j 1
our own line. Ocala News Company. Dr. E. W. Ball St. Louis. Mo.-Dear II and rejuvenatesYOU N. C.,
I from the Southern Express i j aunt to Dr. William Anderson, (NEXT DOOR
Sir: Having tried different doctors and ; .; everything about the home. Co., which reads: "Do not open till I j;! and his niece. Mrs. E. M. Gregg are j
can DO the Work Yourself.
FOR RENT-A 5-room house on 1 their remedies for several years for Christmas." II visiting!!' him at his residence on Fort. Still leads in np-to-date Dress and Walking Hats, for ladies -J
South Fourth street. Call on H. back and kidney trouble, found noth- I ,

Jones. Ocala Bottling Works C'I ing successful until taking The Tex-I A Full Stock of All Kinds ofJapaLac Goods that are good, at prices that i: King avenue. I misses and children. Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes, etc. j

Fla. I as Wonder. Hall's Great Discovery I are right, backed by a reputation that k You can get a most acceptable!
and being rapidly cured the old saying i i
we are proud of. Ocala FurnitureCompany. Christmas present from our handsome
Do you shave yourself? If so, usePalmer's : with railroad men is "God bless .
., carving sets, from $3 to $10 per set.
Shaving Cream Soap, the!! the man who invented the Pullman I II I I Ij i i Marion Hardware Co. THE OCKLAWAHA

best you ever tried. The Postoffice j I I sleeping car," but I say "God bless the| For Sale in Ocala by Mr. Welsh, a builder of Port Inglis.I I I!I I J i- ir
inventor of Hall's Texas "-onder."
Drugstore.T. was in town yesterday. A decade or Do not fail to see the Rag Time 1906

Yours truly. W. B. Clark, MARION i HARDWARE COMPANYSUCCESSORS more ago Mr. W. was an Ocala poI''Calendars now displayed at the AntiMonopoly 7 ., 7 n A Pleasant Homelike House
B. Armistead. a young hardware M. & O. R. R. Co., :Mobile Ala. Hceman. but since then has been engaged Drugstore. I- .. .. "' f. ;

salesman from Orlando, is a new em- I TO HUBBARD & MACDUFF I in a more profitable business. I I Elegant,Airy Rooms and the
ploye at the Marion Hardware Com- A TEXAS WONDEROne I I George Sellers an industrious col-

pany's store. small bottle of the Texas Won- The iir.pour.der. Homer Dean Is onj j I ored man from the Electra section very Choicest Table Boar .

I cer. Halls Great Discovery, cures all :, I I the sick list. That is the reason why i!j i was in town today and renewed for

Eye strained if neglected may lead : kidney and bladder troubles, removes [ war has not begun on unlicensedj i ii ;'I the Star. Special Rates in Summer, to
to total loss of eyesight. Call and gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions LAJMB0ROUGH dogs.

have Dr. D. M. Boney examine them. |I weak and lame backs rheumatism I A LIQUID COLD CURE Weekly and Monthly Board

Office up stairs Gary building.The and all irregularities of the kld- Mclver & MacKay have been doinga I *
reys and bladder in both men and wo- I! land office business the past week.I Croup, Coughs Colds, Whooping ers.

many friends of CongressmanS. I me& Regulates bladder troubles In I In that time they have sent two big : Cough, etc., have no terrors for children -
M. Sparkman of this district will '(hildre:1. If not sold by your druggistwill OR DRESSEDSee bills to furnish hotels at Braidentown I I I. or adults who evacuate the bow- .-- MRS. HATCHELL,

be pleased to note that he is retained : be se.1t by mail on receipt of $1. and Plant City and a large invoice to els with Kenneays Laxative Honey

Qn his old committee of rivers and j One small bottle Is two months' treatment I Crystal River. There you can Cnd i'|and Tar-the' Original Laxative Cough Proprietress.

harbors-on which he has done such and seldom fails to perfect a or Phone just what you want. I Syrup and Liquid Cold Cure. This
excellent work for Florida.The cure. Dr. E. W. Hall sole manufacturer. remedy expels all cold from the system FLORIDA

P O. Box 629 St Louis MOo: Dr. Wilson of Reddick accompaniedby I and strengthens the throat lungs

bunting season Is on. You can Send for testimonials.Sold B. H. SEYMOUR his son, Max. visited Ocala yes- and bronchial tubes. The mother's favorite -

ret your guns shells legg1ns.-etc.. at by all druggists and AntiMonopoly terday. The doctor reports the healthof I. and children's safeguard. Sold 1 LmllomAO TA rorm

our tore. Jlarlw Eirdwaw Co. '. Drugstore- '" PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, ,Fla. bis section exceedingly good. by Anfl-HoBopoly Drugstore. .ircs 6GLdu'meata 1't Bdilllic.ya ad It'. IIflI" ,. -

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k I SOUTH LAKE WEIR ed over night at the old Dr. ChaSe;
place: Mr. R. E. Perry,,Mr C.,H. Perry -
fe. Residence and Furniture of Mr. John Miss Ethel Perry, Miss Lottie Perry

Fabian Destroyed by FireMr. i Miss Bessie Perry Miss Fair Perry -

! : Arthur Adams and Albert Dil- Miss Mamie Perry, Miss Fannie
May Harris, Mr. West Harris, Mr.
FURNITURE! lard drove to Lakeland last week.
FURNITURE! From that point Mr. Adams was to go William Harris Mr. and Mrs. Robert

r to train.Alva, on the Caloosahatchee by :Nichols Nichols little Miss boy and Mattie baby.Nichols. Miss, Sallie Mr.-

David Shaw, Miss Maggie Shaw Mrs.
I Hotel Lakeside has quite a party
Ollie Morris and baby, Mrs. Mealie
... registered from Indiana and New
I Proctor and baby, Miss Lizzie Proctor
i I York.We Mr. Hugh Oliver. Miss Jennie Oliver -.
.. learn that Mr. Nathan Mayo of
I Mr._ Foster Proctor Mr. Robert
Summerfield is now the owner of the
Shaw, Miss Frankie Ross, Miss Clara
Amaskohegan house
and place

"A House Dzvzaea Against Itself Cannot Stand"Our H.which Albritton was ,homesteaded now of South by Manchester Mr. Jos.. Ed Pitfman Caruthers., Mr. Morgan Our informant Baker and men-Mr.

Conn. tions one of these ladies as the charming
Miss So and So, another as the
Pleasant and
profitable sessions of
beautiful Miss So and So. We hap-
the Sunday school Christian Endea-
pen to have a very pleasant acquaintance
vor and Anti-Saloon League were
with many Pedro ladies and are
held Sunday morning. Owing to the
house is not divided. wish of some to be away on Christmas unwilling to make any such Invidious
distinctions, as we have always found
day. it has been decided to hold the
the Pedro ladies to be charming and
Christmas exercises of the Sunday

; We stick strictly to our line-FURNITURE= AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS-and on Saturday night, December beautiful

IT carry nothing else. We are enabled in this way to carry a complete stock of our Mr.Mayo Davis in who the Is turpentine foreman business for Nathan How Is Baby Today

has with his wife moved into Mr. P.

-" goods. We have at this time choice offer M. Oleson's house at Greenfield Better, thank you. Intact, quite wtE
many bargains to you. Farm. Fat, round and full of life and mischieL

Mr. John Fabian of Intervale lost Pink and white Seth, dotted with di

his house by fire Monday noon, together pies. No cough, no indigestion.All .

Oar store with three with practically all its con on account of
big rooms and two floors and our tents. The fire caught from a defective

flue in the kitchen. Mr. Fabian
removed his shoes to go upon the roof
warehouse are all crowded to the doors. to attempt to extinguish the fire, but

was unsuccessful, and when the fire
was over he found himself shoeless
I and hatless. Mrs. Fabian who Is af.

As is our usual custom for the next few weeks we do no installment busi- with flicted difficulty.with' blindness A number, was of rescued diamonds was administered tempered by with a mother common whose

and other valuable jewelry, together She knows that OZOMULSION .itt

p ncssj. but on the other hand GIVE BIG DISCOUNTS FOR CASH to reduce the stock. with a piano and a large collection fountainof energy for grown-ups

of valuable books, as well as too. It stops waste of flesh. It make

nearly all the furnishings of the house, plenty of rich blood. For pile, feeble

If want holiday presents for of little clothing, etc.. were lost Mr. Fabianand folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
you old
any your' or Mr. E. Newton, a neighbor, who east It cures Consumption when
ran to his assistance, were both con
either have them. We have siderably scorched in their efforts to taken in time. AH druggists sell it-
sex-we in
young recently
put some ELEGANT BEDROOM save property. Mr. and Mrs. Fabianare So cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let ui

being kindly cared for at Mrs. send youFree

SUITS, BRASS BEDS, ODD DRESSERS, CHIFFONIERS, HALL RACKS, ROCKING Newton's to bed., where Mrs. Fabian Is confined Sample fictile by Hall

We are Informed that the following Write letter or postal toOOMUL.SION
FRAMES, ETC. named parties from Pedro visited the CO.

lake on Thanksgiving Day and camp 08 Pine Street, New York

Come to us with your money. We will separate you from it but it will buyso I

much and go so far that it will be a pleasure to you. I CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY EXCUSION RATES




'- LA. PITTMM & SON I II II I I j Tickets will be on sale December 22, 23, 24, 25 RAILWAY, 30, 31, 1905, and January. 1, '

I 1906, Limited January 4, 1906

I! To teachers and students tickets will, be sold December 17th to
FiirriittireMeiii'9FOR 24th, inclusive, limited January 8th, 1900.(.

__,...... M._.___ '!'W I I I For rates and detailed information apply at the Passenger Office,

I 108 West Bay Street. Phone 743.



D. A. Smith, J. D. Bassett!" C. C
Priest and II. 'A. Lamb have gone to Safe and Sure. District Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
J. E. A. KEELER Editor.
.By. Jacksonville to attend the Confederate -
... ...

''I Dr. Holton and J. C. Howell of Sar- competition is the life of trade.

Ditto and Maloney asota who have been enjoying the society t
f Don't forget the old reliable Mack II
,. if Anthony friends, returned to Through'Tourist
Hous Cars
their home Monday. jjrij !t aiprN i I

Mrs ,0P.. Baskin is visiting Dr Allen Jon>s left ':yesterday: for Jack-

HOMES, FARMS AND LOTS Baskin; at Dunnellon.Mrs. I som'ilie.Santa. Personally Conducted to

Persons and child of :\Ikhigan.
are stopping with ilrs. A. R Griffin' Claus headquarters at theO I I
,'ala Bazaar. California.1 i i
No. 1. Good 2 story, 8 room house. Splendid! porches, yard 1-4 that they may enjoy the. health giving L 'L

vim' acre. Near High school. A big bargain.... . ,$1300 atmosphere of Florida.Mr. y, New Florida syrup the best in
I E. L. Howell wife and children _- town at the Falana Grocery.The .
2. Six and of land with some fine
Ho. room cottage 20 acres good have gone to Sarasota to spend the Q p 4s

peach trees. Only a mile and a half from town. lrice$500 holidays, and at the same time recruit Palace Restaurant is kept quite I The Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its .

No. 3. Splendid 8 room house, new roof, newly painted, etc, Large Mrs. Howell's health, which has been busy and the prospect brightens daily. up-to-date equipment, courteous attendants and comforts.
yard running through entire block. South Third street, 2nd rather delicate for some time past. Two houses to rent, in I
good shape. It's the
ward. See this. Price................. .. .. ......$1800 We hope she may derive much bene- Tucker Hill. Apply to Jos. Sampson.The easy way to travci-no changes of cars, or other wore

No. 4. Nicest small house in city. Known as Colby house in 1st fit. COUGHS COLDS, CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, ries. '
Messrs.: Bishop and Siler have solda CURES COUGH SOlE THROAT HOARSENESS meeting of the K. of P. last; Are going to California? this of travel.
ward, near in. This house is a beauty and will sell quick at I you Investigate way
carload of cattle to Mr. Tucker of night was excellent.
the low price of...... ...... ...... .. .... ...... $1800 I: St. Petersburg. The cattle were loaded LOSS OF VOICE, LOOSENS THE PHLEGM AND EASES off pleasantly.The Everything passed I You'll be surprised to find how cheaply you can go.
No. 5. Splendid farm containing 120 acres best land. Some good and shipped Thursday. ,

hard wood, some good fruit, etc. Some newly fenced. 3 1-21 i I Dr C' AV. Lindner, E. A. Sheale y. Endorsed by leading physicians as the BEST remedy for services at St. James Episcopal'I

miles south of town. Price... .. ...... .. .... .. .$1200 E. D. Benton and II A. Meadow have'': Children's Croup and Whooping Cough becauseit I 'hun'h Sunday were inspiring. Rev.
I. the NO OPIATES. J. B. Brown is the pastor. Full Particulars and illustrated literature of
gone to scrub hunting for bear ; contains The action of Ballard's Horehound -
No. 6. Nice 8 room house, large yard. Some fine shrubbery and .
!I Hope they may b. successful. : Syrup is mild and benign! isadapted to infants.well I F. VAN RENSSALAER Gen.
For comfortable J. Agt.
near \V.V.. Clyatt's home in first ward. House in good I! neA.. M Kenney has been transferred j lodging and first i I
condition. Cheap at. ... ...... ...... ..... .......$1300 I to the charge at :\IcClenn}, and >: every variety of temperament and constitution.Read : i class board call at the Marion House. i Atlanta, Ga.Southern .
I Mrs. P. G. Gowens, Proprietress.A .
No. 7. Two good building lots only four blocks from square near I Rev. M. D. Cunningham has been as- This EeinarKable Testimonial "

Ocklawaha avenue. Must go at once at, each_ ......$250 signed the charge at this place; We MRS. D. W. EVANS, Clearwater, Kas., writes--'My: husbandwas I new store is opening next doorjj:'I I Pacific.ARRIVAL
investment One and extend the new pastor a hearty wel-j, sick:for three months and the doctors: told me he had quick con- to Fred Mention's: on South Magnolu .
No. 8. For : new 5 room cottage 2 new 3 room I
come and bespeak for him a happy sumption. We procured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup,and street Notice of same will appear -
cottages. Nearin. Pay in rents $17 per month, or 20 percent sojourn among the good people of it cured him. He is now a well man, but we always keep a bottle: later.
net on investment at the price of .. ...... ....$850 Anthony. in the house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary! diseases:' I j

No. 9. Good 5 room house and 28 good lots one mile west of town. 1' A merry party enjoyed the hospitality I ; Easy to Takc; Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed.THREE Things are getting pretty warm upStairs I I

Must be sold at once... . .. .. .. ..... .... . .$400If of Mr. and Mrs Tom Leitner I SIZES 25c sac, 100. j II in the court room. A deep In- .
Monday night at BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO. ST. LOUIS MO. tertst in manifested in the several
a cane grinding and 'j AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
you want to buy come early or your choice will be gone. social. j '. '. i aces before his honor.
Mrs. A. Pifer. assisted by Mrs Flor
DITTO & MALONEY, enee Pharis, entertained with a very I SOLD AND RECOMMEN DED BY ALL DRUGGISTS fa st Miss class Laura restaurant Green two has doors opened above a;I IN OCALA VIA

!!elaborate dinner Saturday: evening Dr. I
II.II.I I, j the city market. Meals and lunches
Illalton I and Mr. J. A. Howell of Sara-
Main Street Ocala. Fla.
.it all hours. Give her a call.
,I sofa, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hutto Mi '' I
J A. Takon! and Miss Kate Liddon. I I: THE ORIGINALThe d1r The case again Pettit Davis forth I ATLANTIC COAST LINE

I i After dinner in. The some dancing was indulged i j, i idea of a Cough Syrup that will act NED'sjcn : i murder of Ransome Miller is ex-
guests all express in i dting considerable interest and also I I
J. R. MARTIN & CO. |highest terms the good cheer and social !' the bowels and thus assist in expelling f\t : the case: of the boy who killed another!I
enjoyment. : a, Fummerfield. (i (Schedule in effect November %6, 1905.)
colds from
the is and I
I I II system new original / I '

in Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. ,i 'To rent one hundred and fifty iI i I II
I Departures Between"
I t..Mf acres of cleared land in good order, 2 I Arrivals.
GENERAL LIVERYME LAXATIVE I '. "A1j !iiileseas! =t of Lowell. Fla., adjoining:: ,
No. 82,
: These cool days make us think of f1 I Daily, 1:20 A. M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A. M.
;) : Mi Ben Raysor's place. Apply to H.I j
backbone and spareribs. Gee! 'S1! Rochelle, Palatka. Jacksonville, Savannah, Charleston Richmond,
: The recent rains were very benefilal. .i! A certain, safe and harmless remedy for !WE, ; ... Harvey at Standley's stable. Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.

and ;: "' especially to the oat crop. j all Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough: VJ' : 'John Brown has opened a barber Pullman Buffet' Sleepers SL Petersburg to Jacksonville, connects at

Fine Carriages Buggies Traps !I Mr Drew Mathews has left Ocala' La Grippe, Bronchitis, Influenza and all hop just one door west of the city Jacksonville with Pullman Sleepers to New York. Dining Car Jacksonville
Drummers, Carryalls. Saddle Horses, etc. and expects to farm here. He will occupy market and is prepared to do fine I to New' York. ,
I Iork.
: the Bob Mathews house Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers HONEY '.\ lair cutting, shaving, shampooing ,i

I A )Ir. Diamond a friend of Mr. Jr.o. praise the children's favorite Kennedy's I sharpening razors or clippers,, i No. 78, Daily, 1:00 P. M. No. 89, Daily, 2:35'P.. M. .

FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES I E. Morris our efficient teacher haI .- Laxative Honey and TarCOUGH AND h"nmg razors, etc. Give him a call. Rochelle, Gainesville! Palatka Jacksonville. Parlor Cars St Peters-
: been ,'isiting the lattt'r.Ye did not j I I'I burg to Jacksonville. Connects at Jacksonville with Sleeper for St.
learn wht"relr.. Diamond's T 'A. W. Walker, the world championhurber
home i i- R Louis, via Thomasville and
Montgomery also Dixie
lI SYRUPFfspared t I'I ; Flyer Sleeper
is in the ,
city and has again'oned
but he seems to have made favorable I :
a very j j i for St :Louis and Chicago via Tifton, Macon and Atlanta.No. .
Horses and Mules for I impression on the young 1.1.- A.I his shop at No. 9::! North Magnolia -:i.
> at the Laboratory of E. C. DeWITT A CO.. CHICAGO, e. !
Rate. dies. U. street, opposite the Florida
the Month
Boarded Special
by at Dickerson and Company are pushing I I'I i G55TES EED CLOVER BLOSSOM: daD THE EOX2Y EEl IS 05 BVBRT BOTTU. House. Shaving, hair cutting, shampooing 21, Daily, 2:00: A. M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A. M.

forward with the work on their'',! SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE OCALA, FLA. I etc., in first class style. Toolsk I I St. Petersburg and Intermediate points.

r J. R. MARTIN & CO. turpentine plant. Mr. D. expects to k- in fine order. Honing razors ;'
move Into his residence this week 'i guaranteed. Give him a call. No. 89, Daily, 2:55 P. M. No. 78, Daily, 12:40 P. M.

Don. Mixson[ : of Ocala was a ,;sltorhere Special Notice I Tampa, St. Petersburg and intermediate points.

Sunday.! I Ir j SEABOARD AIR-LINE The New Racket is loaded with'I n
There will be services at the Baptist Christmas :,i No. 45, Daily, 10:05: A. M. No. 48, Daily, 6:00 P. M.
and holiday goods. We can
fhurch next Sunday, conducted b, I j Juliette, High Springs, Dupont, Waycross.
HOLIDAY RATESVIA I please the old folks, the young folks, ]
Rev. J. C. Oollum.! the new pastor. The .
and fven the babes in the cradle. We'
I public Is cordially invited to attenl SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED have als" a complete: line of fine dress No. 47, Daily, 3:00 P. M. No. 46, Daily, 12:20 P. M.

goods: shoes men's and bo's' cloth-! Juliette, Dunnellon, Homosassa, Brooksville, Trilby and local points.
OF INTEREST TO MOTHERS SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL ing, furs and jackets for the holiday j

I trade. No. 49, Daily, Except Sunday. No. 44, Daily ex. Sun, 9:40 A. M.
Thousands of little ones die every -FOR- i
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINETo Juliette, Dunnellon, }Iomosassa.h .
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1 i year of croup. Most of them could Savannah. Columbia, Camden: Southern Pir..s Ri hnr-T-j: Washington Baltimore Rev Harrison, of Grace Episcopal t .I" -. L MMM M
[i have been saved by a few doses ofRley's Philadelphia: : :X-w T .rk. Church and: friend, visited: the pansschool ; : Trains 82 and 21 carry sleepers Jacksonville and St. Petersburg. j
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all points east of the Mississippi and south of the Ohio and Potomac Honey and Tar and every THREE day and at made St. two James excellent Church addresses.pester i Trains 82 and 85 carry Pullman Sleepers between New York, Jackson.
II family with children should keep it i in DAILY ville Dining Car service
rivers, tickets will be sold Dec 22, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 and Jan. I, the house. It contains no opiates and They were well pleased with the prospect Day ;Coaches between Jacksonville through betweerj and Jacksonville and Jersey City;
MODERN PULLMAN Washington. Pullman
limited to Jan..4. To certain points west of the Mississippi and northof i i I is safe and sure. Mrs. George H. Picki EQUIPMENT of the school. under the principalship ,, Trains 78 and 89 between Jacksonville and New York and Jacksonville Sleepers and

the Ohio and Potomac rivers, tickets will be on sale Dec. 21, 22 an: j'I et, San Francisco, Cal., writes: "My I ONLY LINE operating: thro'jsh --i-i' ."s: ffn. J-::. ks !:\'iie! to New of P.eJ. E. Brown. Chicago, via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Route, and to St. Louis via Montgomery

,.limited to return 30 days from date of sale. (.I baby had a dangerous attack of croup Orleans. 'The Palace Restaurant corner of! and L. &: N. and via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Routes, without change.
23 and we thought she would choke to
Other Informal: of King and :Magnolia street, ia ne wi:
To teachers and stueents surrendering certificates signed by superintendents death, but one dose of Foley's Honey John Dozier, Agent, \7. W. Condon, C. T. A. open for business. Choice meals,1' j PULLMAN PARLOR CARS ON TRAINS LEAVING OCALA 1:00 P.

principles or presidents, tickets will be sold Dec. 17th to.and Tar relieved her at once after Ocala., Florida.Jacksonvil I lunches, etc.. served in royal style at ,, M. for JACKSONVILLE, and from JACKSONVILLE to ST. PETERSBURG.
8th. I other remedies had failed. We are : -A. O. MacDonell, A. G. P. A. D. C. Boylston, Jr.. P. A. reasonable rates. Soup daily; oysters! | /
24th, inclusive, limited to Jan. never a minute without it In the 'Z le, Florida. in every style. Special terms to I| Key West and Havana Steamers leave Port. Tampa Sundays, 'Tuesdays '

.RATES:-One and one-third fare plus 25c for round. trip. house." Sold by the Postoffice Drug t weekly boarders. Special departmentfor and Thursdays 11:40 P. M.

I store.A. white customers. Breakfast from For full information regarding rates, reservations, etc., call' on Atlantic
e J. K. KIRKLAND a till 9; dinner 12 till 3; supper, 5 tin Coast Line Agents, or' ,
E. Burnett the jeweler :OIE IIONEYANDTAJj fOlEYSKmNEYCUREures 9. Lunches at all hours. Fruits, cigars J. & KIRKLAND
Division Passenger Agent Tampa Florida, Div. Pass. Agt, Tampa., Fla.; W. J. CRAIG, Goa
your every want In jetFelry. Calif Preve&U Paeaaeala Biaddsr etc. M. Mlddiebrooks, Pass. H
Bikes Kidneys and RIaI\: Prop. I : Agtj < M. EMERSON, Traffic Mgr, Wilmington N. C. ,, ._ _

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