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The Ocala evening star.

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
11319113 ( OCLC )
2052267 ( ALEPH )
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URGE MILCHNER HERRING$1 PER, KIT. OCALA EVENING STARVolome SURGEON



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Fresh Nuts, Terms, Cask

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Messed Salmon, JJ, Number J6J OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER J5, J905. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year. MillineryFashionable

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Orange, Lemon and Citron MARION W ASA MASCOT T THel' [ I T[ N [ [I [ 'Phone 150HERMITAGE

Peel Fresh Supply of Is Your Bathroom Modern ? i; AND UP-TO-DATE


Force. Fall Assortment Note, Written in Jest and Hid You cannot have too many safeguards for the health Robinson and Chubb Reappointed to I DAIRY I HATSFor

of H-O Cereals den in a Can, Caused a Young of family and self, especially the growing children. Those Important Federal

Miner to Find a Great Fortune Bad antique Offices For Your Fall and Winter Season ar.
or plumb-j

New York Dec. 15.-A special from ing is as dangerous to the Washington, Dec. 15.-The president Now on Exhibition at my Millinery

PICKLE LAMB'S TONGUE INPINT health as good or modern Pure Milk and Cream Parlors in the Ocala House. Call and
Omaha Neb., to ihe herald says: s'I sent the following nominations to the : See Them. --
is
beneficial.
In a spirit of fun Marion McNamara plumbing
JARS. 1 Senate yesterday: Walter G. Robin-
of this city scribbled a little note and r .. The cost of renewing your
son, register land office, Gainesville Delivered Every Morning at Your Door. MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK
buried it In an old powder can in the bathroom with 3utod"Ware .
mountains of Utah several years ago. '' will in reality be Fla.: Henry S. Chubb receiver of

Call and see our fresh good. gold A generous mine is what block the of stock young In woman a rich health assurance. g public moneys, Gainesville, Fla Quality and Purity Guaranteed.. C. L. NELSON,

We have samples in
has thus far got from the note. The ,
our show rooms and will CARPENTER AND BjJiLQER
T-POT GROCERY : gold mine was discovered as a resultof
hre burying the note. Madly quote >, w prices.
Sr Store and Office
Fixtures a
Miss McXamara la a daughter of

James McXamara. and is an operatorin I t i Specialty.

THE ONLY the service of the Nebraska Telephone -

Company. Her father Is poor. Jobbing Promptly Attended,
X'MAS PRESENT The daughter had to leave school .. to

when a girl in short skirts and go to

I work. She is intelligent and attract- Furniture Repaired and Ren-

ive. FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO.COAL
at
Miss McXamara was Invited to visit Buy your own price ovated.

some friends in Park City. Utah, threeor
Drop me a postal card whenever
four years ago and accepted the you want any work In my line.
invitation.One Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Japanese

friends bright took her day up the in young the mountainsnear woman's l MINERS'[ CONCRESS N [ SLAIN l BYHIS r SON N NELSON.MONTHS..


ACCEPTABLE TO ALL, town for an outing. After a long Ware and separable handle Umbrellas at -:=:
climb the party stopped for a rest. .
OLD AND YOUNG.URGE A Meeting of the Representatives of George Glisson of Burke County, -
Miss McXamara was enjoying the GUARANtES
I the Subterranean Workers is in
Georgia Drunken Anger,
scene below her, when one her friends
ASSORTMENT OF i Af Hut holec. !Ie mar'
said her Being Held at Shamokin, Pa. Killed His Father '.
FANCY BOXES AXD BASKETS I a young man to : Unung ti you buy

SUITABLE: FOR PRESENTS I "Miss McXamara, you doubtless are Shamokin, Pa., Dec. 15.-For a weekor Waynesboro, Ga., Dec. 15.-News alBgroat* '
not of the fact, but AUCTIONMy
aware right now
more this town will be the centerof
Candies and Chocolates at you are standing directly over a rich interest to hundreds of thousands has tragedy just reached that occurred this city of an awful os". .,
Wednesday
body of Don't wish : All the
ore. you you of coal popofer colors.
anthracite miners who will
night at Hillis. George Glisson, aged For Men; Wonted.
might share the riches of the
T. W TROXLER'SSPECIALS man await with interest most intense' the about 23, shot and killed in tats of
his father, 6pain&
who is to make the find?
Cotton
e $.50;
result of the
deliberations
of the
con- Mr. W. C. Glisson. The young man ,, ,6 pairs for Ji.jo,
0! do really think there Is
you ore
vention of their delegates which came home drunk, and was remon- stock is varied and Por Ladies;. Egyptian Cotton six pain
here? asked Miss McXamara. "I '
am so '
torm$2joa. A guaranlte tad iIjGir.
opened Its sessions at the G. :\ R. opera strated with by his father, and be-
sure you are fooling, but just for fun, house ,
About
yesterday morning. came enraged about his father's talk 10&S4I.I n
I am going to write a note and buryit seven hundred delegates, representing to him. The old gentleman retired to S

here, asking the man who make! the three great anthracite districts, his room and locked the door. Pro- large I have not the space to
Force the to share
discovery give me a inj
I j known as the Lackawanna, the
: curing a shotgun George came back, M. FISHEL c la.Jf1a.
the mine and it after .
name me. Maybe -
Schujlkill and the Lehigh anthracite looking for his father, and, the
Puffed Rice it will lead to a love affair"Suiting finding it I take this methodof
the action to the word. Miss districts Xos 1 7 and 9, were in attendance door locked, broke it open and fired display so

H-0 Oatmeal when the joint convention of once hitting his father In the stomach -
.McXamara tore leaf from her note-
a MoIvER & MlcKay
the United Mine Workers of the three and
wounding him so badly that
Graham FlourBcckwheat book and hastily scribbled these few districts were called to order. The the
words he died in about an hour. letting; one get
: : every
Flour "''Whoever works this mine, please opening of session welcome was and devoted routine to business addresses -- Realizing what he had done, the FUNERAL DIRECTORS'UNDERTAKERS

remember me with a share in it, and which will be continued in the was young pursued man fled by from his the house.brother He, best at their
younger goods
Entire Wheat Flour name the mine Marion. afternoon session. ; own price
"Marion MacXamara. Omaha, Neb." John, who fired at him wounding him .
The object of the convention is to
in the .
arm.DOCTORS and
Self Rising Buckweat: This note she put in an old powdercan
consider and take action concerning

Shredded Wheat Biscuit which she found at her feet, and conditions of employment, to become as they must be sold. EMBALMERS,
digging a hole with a crooked stick effective after March 31, 1906. COULD NOT HELP HER"I "A.

Pettijohn's Breakfast Food buried it. Ever: since the agreement was signed -
of had kidney trouble for years," and Fine Caskets
The party friends went back to in accordance with the award made Ample room -
Self Pancake Flour Park City and in a few days Miss Mc writes Mrs. Raymond Connor of Shelton arrangements
Rising by the Anthracite Coal Strike Commission -
Namara returned to her home in President Wash, "and the doctors could not and Burial Rob -
appointed by
Omaha, and resumed her work in the Roosevelt, the miners were determined help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure will be made for the
telephone office. and the very first dose gave me relief
I not to accept a renewal of the All Work Done bv Licensed I
and I am now cured. I cannot too
Long before she arrived home she say
agreement unless the operators agreedto balmers and Guarantee
Fully
0. K. GROCERYCLARK had forgotten all about burying the much for Foley's Kidney Cure." It
recognize the union by making it comfort of all who attend.
makes the diseased kidneys sound so
note.Richard a signatory party to the agreement. a
they will eliminate the poisons from
BROS. Props. Percell a young man, who
the blood. Unless they do this, good
for years had been seeking his fortunein
the West, went from Montana to REMARKABLE CURE"I health is Impossible.MERRIWETHER .


OCALA FURNITURE CO gold.Utah a He short had time been ago unfortunate to prospect for in I' ." writes was much Ed. afflicted C. Nud with, lowaville sciatica -, REPRIMANDED Don't Forgot e DeceMber e 18 190S ,


aged.his quest of riches and was discour- Sedgwick Co., Kan., "going about on Washington, Dec. 15.-In executionof II.

crutches and suffering a deal of pain.
Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time, I Some miners in Montana had told that portion of the sentence of ,
.I was induced to try Ballard's Snow
Needed. him that there was gold round Park Midshipman Minor Merrlwether, Jr., tlataoar
and When Liniment which relieved me. ...
City and suggested that he go there requiring that he be "publicly repri- -
"I used three 50c. bottles. It Is the ... .-
and prospect for it. manded by the secretary of the navy,"
The Question of Embalming and Funeral greatest liniment I have ever used;
He had climbed the mountain in Secretary Bonaparte has addressed a..
is Delicate One have recommended it to a number of t
Directing a
letter to Midshipman Merriwether, Fred t B. WeikEVERYBODY
I sticking Persons: all express themselves as being = -
saying: "Your disobedience to the a.l sra.dK'
>Would not it be Best for Yon to En- he thought there might be gold, but benefited by it. I now walk without laws of your country, your forgetfulness II e 1 1se t +. sMl

trust this Question to Those who Appreciate I sill l to no purpose. Not an ounce of the crutches able to perform a"great of the full Import of your oath, ;::;-.:;:
deal of light labor on the farm. .
metal had he found. your yielding to fierce and angry pas "
It's Delicacy and Whose Know- 25c., 50c. and $1 at all druggists.
,
One morning he set out resolved sions when tempted have borne fruitsso ,

edge{ is of the Highest Standard I that If he should find nothing before There is no better line of rugs in bitter that your worst punishmenthas ATTENDING WILL RECEIVE A TICKET TO THE GRANDIFREE pe17N.. lioCa4 ,.
night he would give up the search and already been suffered. In that PRIZE DRAWING
town than can find here Ooala
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE go elsewhere. you great school of self sacrifice and obedience -

PROMPT ATTENTION He had no particular point in view I Furniture Company.R. a life useful to your country, MISSOURI PACIFIC BY-

when he left the cabin that morning.' will, it is hoped atone for the grave

Day Phone Ho. 10. Night 94 and 167 I but he brought up, after a few hours' D. FULLER L, F. BLALOCK faults which have clouded the early -ANDIRON

walk, where Miss McXamara's friends years of your service."

SMITH & ROBERTS, Ocala, Fla. I!i had taken her that day years before. FULLER & BLALOCK t TOY'I'ALK MOUNTAIN ROUTE

He stuck his pick, in the ground and A CERTAIN CURE FOR CROUP .i
DENTAL SURGEONS
II struck something hard. He struck OhiE-

i again and unearthed an old powdercan. When a child shows symptoms of
1 Offir Over Manroe & Chambliss'BankOCALA EXCURSIONSTO
He was about to throw the can croup there is no time to experimentwith

down the mountain side when a pieceof FLA. new remedies, no matter how It's nearing the time when you were thinking of buying ;7T !
in it caught his lIe read ; :i
paper eye. highly\ they may be recommended.There '
I the note hastily scribbled thereon in Terms Cash. is one preparation that can always ARKANSAS, ';3|<*,3K

j pencil.Miss. -= be depended upon. It has beenin TEXAS,
CHRISTMAS GIFTSYour
McXamara had not even use for many years and has never OKLAHOMA,

!|thought It would ever be read. But COMINGHDMPTY been known to fail, viz: Chamberlain's INDIAN TERRITORY' ,

somehow the young prospector from Cough Remedy. Mr. M. P. Comptonof
NEW AND OLD MEXICO.
Montana attached significance to it. Market, Texas says' of it, "I have '
MATTRESSWILL He could not have told why, but it used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in KANSAS,
DUMPTYSPECTACULAR NEBRASKA
inspired hope that if he dug in one severe cases of croup with my chil- money will go further in our store than in any other place in .Ocala. We have .. AND COLORADODEC.
spot where the note was found he '-
dren and It
can truthfully say always
NOT LUMP the large line of HOLIDAY GOODSIin Central Florida. 5TH & nTH
would discover gold. PANTOMIME gives prompt relief." For sale by the -
WILL NOT PACK That night when he went back to DIRECT FROM NEW YORK Postoffice Drugstore.
Rate Chattanooga to Fort Worth
Manufactured from pure white cotton the cabin he had found no gold. But and return 22.10.. Other rate..in proportion w
flit. thoroughly clean and free i bright and early the next morning ONE NIGHT ONLYDECEMBER TAYLOR WAS ACQUITTED OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWESTBecause from other point In the South

from all dangerous germs. he went back to the spot and resumed

Sixty Days' Trial work. Before noon he had discovered 15thGAD Samuel C. Taylor, the Jacksonville WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY.J east.Will alao sell ticket to Oregon <
:
gold. lie said nothing about his find t.
ex-policeman who killed a negro woman Washington and British Columbia No-
If. after sixty days' trial, this mattress -
Within week he had
but kept on. a
several weeks ago, was tried in vember the 21st, with return limit

dealer.la(If not tick satisfactory is clean) and: return have your to that gone he far had enough made to a convince rich find.himself Since! : H. ADAMS' BIG COMPANY the circuit court in that city this week In Our Line You Will Find the Following in all Branches: of 21 days from date of tale at very

refunded. ACTORS. ACTRESSES, SINGERS and acquitted. The jury held that heacted low rates. Write me'to! full! inform,
money then all doubt on this score has been
DANE'ERS.IIANDSOME :: In self defense. tlon. t .. ... 44I.
MtlVER & MacKAY, Agent. dispelled. The find is one of the rich-
I. E. REHLANDER, ...
est ones made in that region In many COSTUMES DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS TOY FURNITURE HORN HORNS
GORGEOUS SCENERY. DYING OF FAMINE ,
Traveling Passenger Agent,
years, and he is in a fair way to become -
very wealthy. Machinery will DUSTER DROWN la, in its torments like dying of con- MECHANICAL TOYS, TOY STOVES, TIN HORNS, CHATTANOOGA TEN .

be installed in the mine and the work sumption. The progress of consumption .
i iI i STEAM TOYS TOY ACCORDEONS IRON BANKS -
iI of development prosecuted with vigor. from the beginning to the very ,

I The young man from Montana who end, is a long torture, both to victim TIN TOYS, TOY MUSIC BOXES, TIN BANKS,

!made this find preserved the note he ,,-'" .. .. and friends. "When I had consumption IRON TOYS TOY PIANOS COMICAL BANKS # THE
Af in its first stage," writes Wm. ,
in the old In
I had found powder can. t
i Miss :\lcXaI : > -,. M>ers of Cearfoss d., "after trying FRICTION TOYS TOY TRUNKS MUSICAL ALBUMS
I ? his gratitude he wrote 7.. ,, ,, .
s
ti "'f-f : "
: < different medicines and good doc-
\ a
I it he told her TEUS) (PACIFIC
long letter. In 'c '
mara a -<"
: :
,, ,. of his search for gold, and how. finally j't. ; tor in vain I at last took Dr. King's WOODEN TOYS: TOY DRUMS, DOLL CARRIAGES,
,
thanks to her note. he had found t if:: ..<" .., 'Or '\",.'..1 Ii",(:.' New. Discovery, which" quickly and ANIMAL TOYS, TOY TEA SETS, ABBUMS, (all kinds) "so RAILWAY
PI rmam ntly cured me. Prompt relief -
I entitledto '
she
it He told her that was !

a all that she had asked in the note Y';k,,,. ,:, -ft. 41- ., and sure cure for coughs, colds,
.
should the mine be I .....,.::,!\:--' .,,. ".*- .- '". ::' s<>r-' throat, bronchitis etc. Positively -
and that not only '" .. or
v' '. .' A:.., 1I..- WITHOUT A DOUBT WE HAVE THE LARGEST LINE OF DOLLS IN THE STATE IE HAVE
The
named the Marion, but that a share t:5". "i'''f:'.::': .: .I4"'' ,'\., '''_\,' prevents pneumonia. Guaranteed Great Eastern
$ '':
... .d. "" ',. .tt the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price '
should be given to her. st .'< '.. w.' ,' ,-\foe and W ell Line
s
.
cavr..G.T Miss McXamara was greatly surprised ; Sue and Jl a bottle. Trial bottle free.

to receive this letter and greatly :,." lt TALKING DOLLS, I I KID DOLLS, \ Actors: the Entire States o!
.
r./ .too
< .
UP TO DATE
pleased as well. I .. ,: : : -...1- HONESTY
ANY HORSE FANCIER "Yes indeed she said, "it is all ... SLEEPING DOLLS, WHITE DOLLS, CLOTH DOLLS, ..
I romantic. I wrote q 3 fax 'And \ TEXAS find LUU1SIKA
and very now my son paid the bank
very queer
Who has had experience with our harness BREAKABLE: DOLLS, JUMPING DOLLS, BISQUE DOLLS,
the note simply\ in a spirit' of fun and ;'!<--.ient! "on this, the threshold of

strength vltell and general you merit of Its, and sterling of its '!when I buried it I never in the worldexpected .,.u>- bu-'-tress life I desire to impress UNBREAKABLE DOLLS, JOINTED DOLLS, DRESSED DOLLS, KO TROU3LB TO AKSWEB QUUflua

.. .
( that would ever find ,
I anyone !r. thought upon you. Honesty e"er.dld
real economy, quality and cost con- BLACK DOLLS RUBBER DOLLS UNDRESSED DOLLS. Direct Line to
,
i and read it. Least of all did I ever always, is the policy that is best""Yes
sidered. If you know about harness
I expect that it would lead to the find- father," said the young nun.
yourself, you won't need to consult a NORTH TEXAS ,it I
ing of a gold mine. I can scarcely "And. by the way," appended the I I
horse fancier-Just see the goods andthey'll !
believe, indeed that a gold mine has ?raj"beard, "I would urge you to read NEW MEXICO -

tell to their look as own long story.as you You'reuelceme like j been discovered there, although I do up a little on corporation law. It OUR DOLLS RANGE IN PRICE FROM 1c TO S4.48 ARIZONA

through our stock and ask as many '| not know why I should doubt It, since New York's Greatest Sensation would amaze you to find: how many .
the man who ma** the discovery himself thin you can do in a business way and
questions as to price delivery, etc..

you pleU Miss says McXamara so." is now waiting a EVEThe and still be honest."-New York Prew Now is the Time to Put in a Supply for the Little Ones. Do, CALIFORNIAKITKrOKNIWBOOSOrTCXIB.

8. A. STANDLEY & CO.

l visit from to whom the young her note man pointed from Montana the- CURED PARALYSISW. Not Fail to See Our Line Before Buying Elsewicte. : 'TO *|

L.ALEXANDEHPractical way to riches.Christmas Creation Nothing of a Woman Out of F. Bally, of P. O. True Texas: E. P.TURNER .

writes: "My wife had been sufferingfive ----- .

gifts of dainty handkerchiefs The Most Startling and UnexplainableAct years with paralysis in her arm General Passenger ::,

from Masters are sure to prove I Ever Given on the when I was persuade to use Ballard's DALLAS. TEXAS .- .

CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful acceptable.See American Stage Snow Liniment which cured: her all THE VARIETY STORE0 .... ..- ,. "

estimates made on all contract Tickets now on sale at the Ocala right. I have also used It for sores :

work. Give more and better work my stock of cut glass before News Company's Store. Prices, 25c., frostbites and skin eruptions. It does notttrliP' :

(or the money tan any other in town you buy elsewhere. A. E. Burnetti :50c, 7Sc. the work. Sold by all druggists. 4 krahiidrsal I T '
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'EVENING PAINFUL ACCIDENT ,
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.j. .
I H.
4 Tyler Laid Up, but His Milk ROBINSON, President. J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT :.

.f: ( C. L BITTINGER be Delivered S. H. BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. i I --- I.I.I .
Promptly as I The Petty Davis case was given to. CAPITAL $50,000.

ir. ; Usual I the jury last night, but the jury had: ,
C.) .L. Bittingw and R.
I to be recharged by the judge before
.
!- regrets to learn of an ac- I. '; !, .
and
Proprietor : .Jfr "
;, ,r. they could bring in a verdict of manslaughter :
George Tyler, the COMMERCIAL/ \
Hermitage
I
&- C. L. mNGER last evening. He was on J BANK ;i or twenty years in the,pen- President, T. T. MUXROE. .
'' .
i itentiary. : '
. home when at Mr. Len Do- : Vice President Z. C. CHAMBLJSS. ; S -
1 Editor and General OCALA FLORIDA I The; case of Ion Counts for shooting
: ,, his horse took fright and) ,"
J i'Julius Sen-eman. near the Summer- Cashier, GEO. II. FORD. ;

' R. R. unmanageable.trying to quiet While the lr.I') '1: field mill last summer was tried and I j! Assistant Cashier J. B. BROOKS.CENTRE ;
City Editor and Busmen the accused acquitted by the jury i,
a kick which broke his Your Business
) with will
us Protect without I Ii I
Against
> you leaving their seats. It was
'
Just below the knee. lIr.:
?' A PLEASANT EVENING taken to the home of his 1 Burglary, Fire and Careless i i show< that the two colored boys were j I
I Handling of Funds. playing with ii
a pistol when It went
offj
WITH THE on South Second street and I! I
f was sent for, who set the I and killed Sen email. :j!i
Attorney H. L. Anderson, for Kibler NATIONAL
i
The annual bazar of limb. Mr. Tyler is resting easy BANK
-- INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS Bros., got a judgment against Will ,
the SAFTY
receiving best of care! DEPOSIT VAULTS
f1
last night was a grand Ross, the phosphate miner, this I Ii
mother ;
: and sister. He
was held at the par-i I "
armory morning for $15Q.61.f
i j {
standing the Inclement desires all his patrons to un- j I I I!I

eluding downpours of rain that his injury will in no)I I I i> BAD SCARE i I i OF OCALA.
with the deliv- I I
prompt i I
dance was ,very large. I ---
their milk, as he has ., I
compe-
been beautifully i 10 dark- Some day you will get a bad scare,
, in charge of his dairy. yds.
i iJ
booths that met the eye I :when you feel a pain in your bowels,
ed the building. The first I i and fear appendicitis. Safety lies In i J. K. CHRISTIAN GEORGE MACKAT.

tract your attention was J ( CANNOT BE CURED I ,. Dr. King's New Life Pills, a sure cure, DIRECTORS: T. T. MUNROEIt. L. ANDERSON
booth, whose colors LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as colored Outing for all bowel .
were I! I and stomach diseases, R. S. HALL. Z. C. CHAMBLISS,
hoUy. To the I I < reach the seat of the dis- I '! such as headache biliousness co5ti'ei i

occupying the corner i\I is a blood or constitu- | ness, etc. Guaranteed at The Antlj j I HERBERT A. FORD.

of the Junior League in i disease and in order to cure it I Flannel t Monopoly Drugstore, only .5c. Try I _
while I take Internal remedies. .;
a short distance \ I teem. II i
the same side was the i Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- I I
ed by the ladles of the i acts directly on the blood!! for I It t I
I NOT ENOUGH TO COUNT I II i
decorations of which ; surfaces. Hall's Catarrh!I f I

Ing in red and black. To I 1 not a quack medicine. It was!1!Ii i !I Judy: Glory! Glory in my soul! I

occupying space under If I' by one of the best phy Ii-1i i 9c I got 'ligion all over me! COLD \\YAYE SALEat ,
was the site of the : f 1 I;, this country for years and i Is 1, ii i i I Juba: Judy ain't yer shame ter bei
I
orated with, ornaments ;! prescription. It Is composed Ii i i! shoutin glory an' des las' week you
'! best tonics known, combined ,
dies' Home Journal '
!' i i stole dat goose from Miss"j
ausages, ladles' : best blood purifiers acting 10 yds. !j Judy: Go 'way fum heah, nigger! ,
i on the mucous surfaces. The light I
stump pullers, hay I You think I gwine ter let des a goose .
wagons and Jones' |I combination of the two ingre- | stan' twist me an' my Maker?-Ex. 1 -- thei -
and other ae I Is what produces such won
summer colored i I
firm. results in curing Catarrh. Send Outing '
same I 'GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED OUT!
I I II
In the northwest end of free. I
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was located the kitchen, \I J. Cheney & Co.. Props., I i "Some weeks ago during the sererwinter |

which was certainly Toledo, Ohio. I Flannel weather both my wife and myself -I i
I I by druggists, price 75c. Take,! i:
presided over by ladies contracted severe colds which ; OS on
are the synonyms of I j Family Pills for constipation. i' speedily developed into the worst kind !! ore

and as gracious women I I ((29 in. wide) of ki grippe with all its miserable! I I!]

rlon county soil. |" Hadsock of Romeo, Lee I I I I symptoms," says Mr. J. S. Eglestonl j} .
In the northeast corner I of Grahamville and Major G.j !of Maple Landing, Iowa. "Knees and |jI .
Ing were located the I commander of the Ocala i j -FOR- i:joints aching, muscles sore, head stop- 'i

which ran a race with ;; Confederate Veterans, return- : 1 ped up, eyes and nose running, with
rain and easily distanced this morning from the Jack i 49c I alternate spells of chills and fever. Wej As the cold weather is now upon us, and as a good many

some for the and supper savory,was and,, :: come reunion.around Comrade to the Star Hadsock office j I II I' j i Remedy I began ,using aiding Chamberlain's the same with a people J J'of have as yet not been provided with their Fall and Winter -

,; that it was his first visit to'II 'i
suppers have ever been Chamberlain's Stomach and Lire
and in quality could not in forty years, that the I '! Tablets, and by its. liberal use sooni clothing and their ready-to-wear garments, we have decided -
on. which will be grown to be the finest city i completely knocked out the grip."

when we name the world, according to his way of,! The above :These Tablets promote a healthy ac- to give those that have not as yet bought a greatopportunity
prices'wiU ,
and the
good treatment the prevail
Clarkson. Schreiber, I Ilion of the bowels, liver and kidneys,
Weathers Dorsey and received was more than a i I II I which is always beneficial when the to do so at a very small mar6in?and for this reason

Need ham. Their money was no good II :system is congested by a cold or attack d

Those who served at ( the ladies, well, there nevi I I of the grip. For sale by the Post- will, on .
i such kind gentle and good' I I
adorned tables were office Drugstore.
tier and Bessie I as he met in Jacksonville. i h
Porter i !
van and Annie Davis lady on the car going into ADAM SATtTRDAY: DEC. ::16
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and Ethel Robinson. Allie saw Mr. Hadsock's badge, i

and Annie Mat hews, him and told him a fairy to len r (Contributed by a valued subscribfr.) i
Grace Hatchell Mrs. selling medicines the best i ( Adam was made out of dust; :; put on sale the following bargains: ."
and asked "Had" to take I j
Miss Leafy Sylvester. I Of mankind he was the fast; ',
given by these ladies for old association's sake He was not born, like you and I; Ii i iHe
That the supper was a husband was a Vet, and so med' lug was made right on the figs i!!
might get to feeling bad, '' .t t i UNDERGARMENTS
be
only stated that Eat ; I.AT Adam was M very sad j
J I!
j of the package she prof-
sold. I l To think he never had a dad, :
Those who presided I I I do him a world of good. i} : And to that thought there comes another ( :50 dozen ladies' ribbed fleece Vests and Pants worth
table, which was a thing dn it under protest, but | / regular 35c, now __ __ 24c
I|! thanks. After he got tilt j i I I 50 doz. ladies ribbed, heavy-fleeced Vests and Pants worth
work
,
fancy were h'i To think he never had a mother. .i regular 50 to 75c, now 47c
George Pasteur, and ; I! his curiosity just got th !!' r I :25:? doz. ladies' natural wool Vests medicated
!'! ( ), worth regular $1 and
him. and $1.25
Pasteur and Lillie Frost. on opening the :' A LIQUID COLD CURE I now 79c

a very satisfactory trade. I II I'i. found a $2 bill. "Had" saM iI I i j I i ij 'I :25:? doz. ladies' Combination Suits (fleece-lined), worth regular 75c to 1, now _. 44c

At the juvenile booth I .didn't cost him a cent. j I Croup, Coughs, Colds, Whooping 50 doz. boy's fleece-lilled Shirts and Drawers, worth from 75c to $1 a suit cold
Teague and Miss Emily Sg ;;Cough, etc., have no terrors for chi ;

while their persevering |j YOUR STOMACH REST I '! dren or adults who evacuate the bow wave price ---- ---- ---- -- ---- ---- ____ ____ 49C
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were Ellen Clarkson will cure Indigestion that 1 jt'ls I with Kennedys Laxative Honey Children's Undervests
and Pants from
---- ---- _ ____ tOe
hope tiobinson. Tulle : digest the food Itself, and give and Tar-the Original Laxative: Cough -- --r- to 4ge

Adele Bittinger. The (|( rest. You can't expect i Syrup and Liquid Cold Cure. This; Infant's::; Wrappers'< worth regular 25c and 35c, in this sale ____ .5 __ ____ ____ 1ge
was of their own design 'i! ] weak stomach will regain i its THE VARIETY STORE remedy expels all cold from the system -

and many a stray I and get well when it is com.I, and strengthens the throat, lungs
way Into their till. Connor"A j I do the full work that a sound I and bronchial tubes. The mother's favorite ': .
At the candy booth should do. You couldn't ex- !' and children's safeguard. Sold I I T

gleton, Miss Minnie sick horse to get well when It i| by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. SKIRTS SKIRTS I JACKETS CAPESCLOAKS
Meta Jewett and Miss >: to do a full day's work :

tensed sweets, and did it !;i of the week. Kodol Dyspep-> Our line LOUISVILLE \Ve are showing, this season, the larg-
of & NASHVILLE R, R, I
,delightfully gracious and i> is a perfect digestant and di-; holiday goods is open foryour I II I
.
--- I est and most elaborate line of i
manner that you couldn't ;!> food regardless of the send up-to-date i

ed to resist their j the stomach. Relieves Indiges- inspection. Best Line to Skirts ever shown in this county; we have We have them in all lengths. As i
The country store !i i Sour Stomach, and all BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE, MEMPHIS 'I
.Ik-Ms bucolic signs j I ( disorders. Sold by the Anti- KNOXVILLE, LOUISVILLE them in all of the latest fabrics. Below we I special offer, we put on sale twenty-lout

and gewgaws easy of salesmen.Its proprietor ]i Drugstore. | CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS CHICAGO offer a few specials: ladies' long, rain-prooi Cloaks in light and

era was proprietor and '| Weathers, who ceased phos- : WEST, and, in all Through Points Cars NORTH and Seventy-five all wool Broadcloth Skirts in dark colors; regular $i2 and $15 in this

the grain and fertilizer i i and managing log camps in ; black brown and blue trimmed sale for $9.98. As
ONLY Line operating through sleepers ; at side we are only putting
business. Ills salesladies county a year ago for the BARGAIN I
Sue Anderson and Sarah j I Lumber Company, and who TIME from FLORIDA to CHICAGO. I with panels, formed by box pleats; worth on a limited number, it will pay you to

decked In the latest cut of 'i down on his farm in the Old-l ': ONLY line operating through sleepers from $7.50 to $9-in "cold wave" sale I. call early and make selection.
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and denim aprons, and was in town this morn- from FLORIDA to ST. LOUIS at your
__ _. ._ $5.48 .
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sold pins, needles clothes reports getting along very :ATThe : with DINING CAR SERVICE. ,
calico, with satin ribbon, I and in a few years he FINEST Dining Car Service in the Thirty-six: ladies' black Mohair Skirts
tion while Morris Smith I have as good a farm as!!! can South. : SPECIALS SPECIALS
(made np-to-now) with pleats and cords
the cracker and cheese in Marion. Mr. Weather, THROUGH Tourist Sleepers to Cal- ;

sale of prize packages in father: Mr. Seab Weather:, Ocala Steam LaundrySEE ifornia. ?I I I worth regular from $8.50 to $10.50, 1000 yards Kimono and Wrapper cloths;

was many a blank. Ed ': a turkey raiser and has some For information as to rates to all now -- .. __ ... ._ $6.98 in all colors and designs regular lOc and
;
a box of 2-fors and a points NORTH and WEST, schedulesand
Infant which "bothered" I I OUR RED LIST full information, call on or write Twenty-eight blue Flannel Skirts; the latest 15c; in this sale __ _. __ 9c

latter prize was revealed !j CRACKED HANDS ; Geo. E. Herring, Fla. Pass. Agt., L. & thing in skirts; with panels and pleats;

shed gaze and he 1 skin and cracked hands!!! are -- -, \. R. R., 206 West Bay St., Jacksonville wide bottoms; worth from $7.50 to $9, in 1000 yards Quilting; in all colors; worth 7c

what use have I got for :, cured by DeWitt's Witch Ha- Fla. this and 8c; in this sale __ __ __ 5e
slander I sale _. __ __ $5.48
softly remarked: > ", but an occasional applica- 1 ?

'mpatient. Eddie time will I keep the skin soft and Nice j ji Meals HEART FLUTTERING i I 40 dozen men's Top Shirts in Percales Madras
subject for its adornment I Best for Eczema, Cuts, Burns, i Undigested food and gas in the As space does not permit us to tell you all aboutour -

ed handsomely and I I etc. The genuine DeWitt's ', stomach, located just below the heart, i skirts, we would thank you if you would call and Flannels; worth regular 75c; i in

Green drew a package of {, Salve affords immediate Nice Service presses against it and causes heart : and see them for your self. this sale __ __ __ 48e
and those who noted his all forms of Blind Bleeding[ ,palpitation.,. When your heart troubles .
advised him to steep them j and Pretruding Piles. Sold by you in that way take Herbine for '

and such bitters as they ; )' Drugstore. i Nice Place a few days. You will soon be all
are showing the largest line of ladies' Trimmed and rrit
would double discount I) right. 30c. a bottle. For sale by all
type. The writer drew a i,! AIM LINE RAILWAY'' AT druggists. HATS I Hats that we have ever shown Ladies' HA j | I

but this was vanity Turnup in latest Paris shapes from 98c to $7.50 1 KVMEN'S
his locks are past curling < ALL SERVICE RESUMED
Holiday Excursion Rat es': I
Ing. Time has done its !'; THE NEW IDEA RESTAURANTOysters
,
public tkkets will be on
And such a good time i[ The Southern Pacific and Union pa-I
23, 24, 25, 39. and 31, I AND BOYS' CLOTHING
folks had determined to i i I )" 1, at one and one-third cific lines reach nearly every state
.the wretched weather 25 cents, with final limit in AH Styles the West, with steamship lines to China I

t Miss We Florrie almost Condon forgot to and 4. For teachers and students, Japan India., Hawaiian Inland, Australiaand I 68 Men's Salt and Pepper, Fancy Worsted Stilts worth from $12 9.98I

rice Sinclair poured the ; )', public nor high AFTER-THEATER SUPPERS A SPECIALTY Round trip homeeekers' rates to I I to $i5, now ---_-- ------ -----_ -----_ _----- - --__$
same rate will apply with
had the genuine White HARRY Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and Old
The bazaar was a big dates December 17 to 24, in- J STALLBERG, Propridor.Phone f. :Mexico: each first and third Tues-. I I 42 men's black, Clay Worsted Suits; worth from $12
II I limited to January 8, 1906. All $998
IJOO were realized, and day. l to $i 5 _
(i will apply to all points 223. now ______ ____
so many hours of day and '. Through Pullman tourist cars three I
the Mississippi and south of
In It are indeed gratful. I J and Ohio rivers includ- ; days each week from Washington, D. !'| 36 Men's Black Thibet Suits; worth from $8 to $i0, in this QQ
work as only love for the C.. to 1 $
San
Francisco sin Atlanta,
D. C., and St. Louis. sale only for _----- ___ xlJ
desire AVe ----- ---- -- --- --- -- --- -
to thank one and are going to ell a :Montgomery: Mobile and New Orleans j I .

for they the received kind and from all Air Line has double and Cheap Southern one-way Pacific colonist"Sunset rates Route.from" '': Boys' Three-Piece Suits; sizes from 4 to 9 years old; in Worsteds and Cheviots -

I with Parlor Cafe Cars PIANOTo suitable; for children worth from $2 to $2.50
in
they requested favors. trains and Pullman Sleeping all points to California and Northwest i ;
Tired and worn out as ;' all night trains leaving Ocala. from February 15 to April 7, 1906. i this sale _--_-- ----_- ------ --_-_- --: -- ______ ____ __
them were last night : advertise our tore. the i : Requests for information cheerfullyanswered. !!
price 1:j'"
fight was finished and the I If not sold today will $189 J J. F. Van Rensselaer, General -, j!I Boys' Two.Piece Suits in Black Thibets and Blue Serges; sizes
be 48
less
Jos. of ssenden,
Wiley F tomor
in ,' was!!! $2
theirs they were I Agent, 124 Peachtree St. Atlanta, !; from \2 to \6 old worth from $3.50 $5 .
morning clearing the this morning and reported row.ratch thiad, and you may get TODAYEUSIC Ga. years ; to in this sale -___ __

that remained over. j Academy doing splen- it for $2.OCAlA. : I

The ladies of the !' They have 274 enrolled PIRATING FOLEY'S PANTS
who never fall to do j I very fine attendance. Their
1 j begins Saturday to last ten HONEY AND TAR
like this,
caslons just
275 pair Pants in latest style in all colors and such
selves and feel as if the | CO. Foley ; peg tops; quality, as Fancy
i & Co.,
Chicago
touching them for better I I Honey and Tar as a throat originated and lung Worsted, Ser es and Clays; worth from $4 to $5, in $2,98

things. -OF SEALSKIN ,. JEWELERS. remedy, and on account of the great I i this sale ___.__ ____ -
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I merit and popularity of FOley's Honey
C. H. Dame returned I! by Human Hair Where : ,and Tar many imitations are offered I 425 pair men's Pants; all good and serviceable material; worth $ f Q

from Winter Garden Dandruff is Eradicated j for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey from $2.50 to $3.50 in this sale only ______ _____. ______ ____ **
ed a large Woodmen is admired the world over J. E. BANKSTON : and Tar and refuse any substitute |I '

of that section of the I softness and glossiness; and offered[ as no other preparation will J Boys' Pants from f 9c to $J.50

splendid orange groves, human hair is equally as s afthe give the same satisfaction. It is mildly
never saw so many I I I laxative. It contains
II when no opiates
I } healthy; and t
as he found in that Dealer in and is
I safest for children and delicate
cause of all hair
| trouble is \
We sell the famous
road ,agent at that place | which is caused by a pestif- J persons.;: Soil by the Postoffice Drug- ,
that In a circuit of seven !! !store. SHOES Stern
&
SHOESTHF
i that the Fresh Company
600.000. boxes of oranges I| hair at the saps root. Xewbro's vitality> j and Cured Meat of all Kinds, and Hamilton-Brown s
shipped. i
Everybody Is I LAND FOR SALE
| is the only preparation that I Produce
times are really good. G. i' Vegetables Fresh Fish
j to the dandruff germ. With-i, Eighty acres, under a good wire
formerly an honored there is no falling h lr,1 j j fence, and suited to general farming
It one of the prosperous ,: growth of glossy, soft' and Poultry. and vegetable culture; is in sight of ,
; :
the place and Is doing
certain. Scouring the !scalp! Orange Lake station on the A. C. L. '
which his many old j;, NO FLIES ARE ALLOWED R R. in Marion
dandruff. Kill the d IOUR STALLS county. Fla. Thereis BOSTON
county will be pleased to STORE
I Thousands of women anwe' SHARE< a 4-room dwelling, barns and other \
YOUR TRADE WITH US I
I suits of hair to N'ew-1' IJ buildings on the land: also! pear
Pat Randall the [ I i j SATISFACTION J peach, fig, plum, pecan and orange r

zen and merchant of leading druggists. Send 1 Oc.l j GUARANTEED 1 trees.: Is in sight of Orange Lake

putting out a forty-acre for sample to the Iierplc tae 1 FREE DELIVERY. which. abounds in fish. Jrar four

at what is known as the Mich. Tydlngs & Co. I churches, three stores. postoffice. etc. We sell goods on the installment plan. Pay a dollar and have us lay a cloak,
boat landing, below Terms easy. Address J, IL
McCly-
rirer agents Ocala. Fla 1 I Phone No. HI. Stalls
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and J3, City Market. .monds, Ocala, Fla. j.i .|suit or overcoat aside for you.


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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1905
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MUNROR & CII.AMBLISS\ THEY WERE WELL PLEASED COME AND SEE HALF A COUNTY CHANGES HANDS TONIGHT HUMPTY DUMPTYAt : 1SPECIAL


During the recent session of the the opera house this Friday SALE- .

Florida Annual Conference of the .' Hon. R. F. Rogers and Sons Have night, will be given the laughable and
Methodist church in this city a great OUR LINE OF
-- Bought a Half Interest in 45,000 wonderful pantomime of Humpty .
many of the ministers and lay dele
BANKERS' Acres Dumpty. Mr. Geo. H. Adams, the famous ....FOR... t
of Land
gates stopped at Colonel V. J. Ship- .-.
clown, will appear. He is a
man's Montezuma Hotel and they to Blankets Comforts Sweaters ,
One of the most important naval whole show in himself. There are ofI
a man. were more than pleased with stores deals FOUR DAYS
ever consummated In this .I devils clowns, queens etc, also the I ONLY

Oeala Florida their treatment and the rooms and Ladies' and Children's section has just been closed up In this moving pictures, all new subjects and]j

table fare given them at this popular city. Messrs. R. F. Rogers and his j up to date. Also the beautiful Saville

all-the-year-round hotel. ,#The minis- sons. J. R. and Robert, have bought a I Sisters from California In their but- : KIMONAS AND DRESSING SACKSSilk

1 ters will be a good advertisement for Coats. half interest in the 45.000 acres of terfly dances. The orchestra Is In
i the hotel and will say a good word for pine timber land
I recently acquired by charge of Mr. Grey, a most accom-
LOANS. DEPOSITS. the house in all parts of Florida. Colonel Messrs. J. N. Tiller C. V. and Lee Miller plished pianist from Philadelphia. Cashmere
: o Albatross Flannelette! '
I and the
Shipman always gives just as and C. H. Barnes. The property I Crowded houses have been the rule Fancyand

much and not just as little, as he A Full Line of comprises one of the very best tracts j jail over the South, one-half the audi- Staple Fabrics. Beautiful Styles and Colors.

CONSERVATISM. ACCOMMODATION. possibly can for the money. \ of timber in this part of Florida. and ence being ladies. Curtains at
go up Prices
$J to $J2. You
invited
embraces almost the entire eastern II half past eight Seats are selling are to call

BEAVERS TONIGHT UNDERWEARFor portion of the county along this side welL There will be a full house in and inspect them, -

OCALA OCCURRENCESBeavers of the Oklawaha river. It is the lands Ocala tonight. Telegrams receivedsay
I Don't forget the meeting of the Beavers bought by the Tiller and Miller Company 'I
it is the best show of the season.:
tonight. Election of officers. Let Everybody. at intervals for the past several I H. B. MASTERS--

meet tonight. everybody come. months, and known as the B. L. AN ACCEPTABLE GIFT

Boone & Co. turpentine location at

Masons meet Thursday night Mr. J. W. Pearson has received the: HELVENSTON-P ASTEUR COMPANY Lynne the T. C. Hall & Co's. place at Send Your Friends a Box of Fine Oranges

sad intelligence of the death of his) Electra and the
tracts of land knownas "
Odd FUlowa meet Tuesday evening.& brother-in-law. Mr. A. M. Brown, ]II the Hemming lands, the Bridges I for ChristmasI ....THE GREAT...?

which occurred Monday morning inj I i lands, the Polley lands and the lands' am putting up special presentation'

St. Joseph Mo. Mr. Brown died of of the boxes, containing the finest oranges,
Tropical Land and Timber Co. !'
Mrs Charles Tydings la on the sick BOARD OF TRADE MEETINGThe WEATHER FORECAST
list. heart disease.<<: The family found him I Capt. J. P.. Rogers will be generalmanager tangerines and grapefruit Shipments HOLIDAY DISPLAY

dead In his bed at 7 o'clock, and the. made direct from
my groves.
of the entire withSupervision
board of trade will meet Friday Washington, Dec., 15.-Rain tonight company, ;,
doctor said he had been dead for two: I all of the He1'| Get your orders in early.
stills.
over
Masters shows holiday hose or holly night in the council chamber, to colder in northern portion. Sat-
or three hours. Mr. Brown was C5 is one of the most successful naval Phone 101. E. M. Howard Ocala.
I days. hear( report of committee on state en- I urlay fair colder.FURNISHED .
years of age. He leaves a wife and I
campment site and holiday work.H. stores producers and managers of labor .
four children. He was president ofj I I MADAM STRELLA .
of the \
In
young men Florida. Col.
There are only three patients in the A. Ford, President.C. ROOM TO RENT !
the Brown Transfer Company of St. R. F. will .....
L. Dlttin er, Secretary. Rogers finance the Electra I :
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hospital. Joseph and was one of that city's' Of New YorkCity, Practical Astrologist I \ -
j place and his -
Apply to Chas. K. Sage, 44 South move family there, whileMr '
first citizens. Mr. Brown has visited .C. I and Fortune Teller
Y.riler! will
FOUND-A lady's' russet, Second St., east. finance the
Ever
Ready Batteries. The Yonge Mr. Pearson in Ocala, and was to have I' leather rough Lynne place, and says he will! move,I I Here for a short time only. Will
4 Cline Co.Remember. handbag. Owner can have
paid him another visit the last of this I give life
out there later on. The Lynne loca- II :your reading for $1. Send
the same by paying for this adver I Fine silk umbrellas, with sterling iEEiHL -
month. tion will be known as the Rogers, Tiller date of birth, month, year and enclose ,
the board of trade meet- tisement. silver and other nice handles. Guaranteed -
I Co.. and the Electra place as the J $1. Your fortune told by appointment -
Ing tonight. and at medium prices. At A. ,
A FINE
ADVERTISEMENT Tiller & Miller Co. only until located perma1 -!
Others may have furniture, but for E. Burnett's.
I I Colonel Rogers takes his thirtyfivestate 1 1 nently. Address P. O. Box 693, Ocala j jFla. '.
the same price better.
Gillette Safety Razors sold by the our goods are '
See the fine advertisement In this J I- f % \
Postofflce Drugstore. issut I Ocala Furniture Company.Still Come in and see our goods. If it Is convicts out to his new place, % ). .,
of the
Boston Stores sale of December and the Tiller & Miller Co., have a -
in our line and don't it, ask
you see
I 18. They are offering some sub-lease from Mr. B. W. mount for SEED FOR DISTRIBUTION ,
Miss Leafy Sylvester Is home from I at the top-Nunnally's Can- j i for it. We have many goods not yet :,'
astonishing bargains at their store on all of the Marion convicts, I I'I
a visit to Jacksonville. !tomorrow. dies. Postoffice Drugstore. : unpacked. Ocala Music Company. county. .
which they are now working at the 'I Father Bottolaccio has received :

-- Lynne still. This company will also from the agricultural department at i '" .

The best line of tablets etc. at the Since Fred Wtihe's auction advertisement employ some free labor. I Washington 100 packages of seed, six ........

Ocala News Company. is creating such a furor, the I II --GO TO This is now one of the biggest, kinds in a package, for free distribution .

I question is being asked where will he I strongest, best selected and best officered -'I and wants intelligent, Indus-
There were twenty-two arrivals at hold the sale. His storeroom is too i naval stores companies in Flor- trious farmers to call for them.

the Montezuma yesterday. small for such an occasion, so Mr. W. NASH'S I RED FRONT STOREFor ida, and its future success is assured. I \ \C fli'tM

has arranged to use the lot in the rear j NO SECRET ABOUT IT
II
Useful, beautiful, valueful umbrellas of his store and is stretching a tent!
are shown at Masters. YourHOLIDAY HUGE TASKIt irA .
I that will hold several hundred people. It is no secret, that for cuts, burns,
It will be comfortably seated, so "tffl'\\
I was a huge task, to undertake the, ulcers, fever sores, sore eyes, boils .
There were sixteen arrivals at the I
the ladies be 'i'i -l-
Ii can accommodated. Mr. GOODS t'V'\ '
Ocala House yesterday. cure of such a bad case of kidney disease etc. nothing is so effective as Buck-
J. T. Kelly anXPf'rt Chicago jewelry i llen's '
i as that of C. F. Collier, of Arnica Salve. "It didn't take \
I auctioneer, is here and will the I I II 1
cry i Cherokee, la., but Electric Bitters did long to cure a bad sore I had, and it is f'i1A
Mrs. W. O. Massey is having a severe sale. Remember the date. December We have the largest and best line have I ,, \
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we i all O. K. for
I it. He writes: "My kidneys were sol I sore eyes, writes D. L. &
spell of sickness.W. 18, which Is Monday.We .
I ever carried in our twenty year's experience in far gone, I could not sit on a chair i i I Gregory, of Hope, Tex. 25c. at The I f'\

without a cushion and suffered from Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.The ..
F. Lee of Oxford drove up last are now displaying our holiday Ocala. We have dolls of all sizes; toys of all dreadful backache,; headache and de- \uY. % 4 '-I% I I.1. I
night to do some trading. line of cut glass and fine china.Don't I %
fail to see it. Ocala Music Co. sorts; Japanese ware; fancy china; bric.a.brac; pression. In Electric Bitters, however, Confederate Veterans' reunion \.1. _, \
I I found a cure, and by them was restored in Jacksonville from the 13th to the I \ '
Little Miss Mary Edna Carroll Is I.
t fancy articles:; every description too numer- to perfect health. I recommend 15th was a grand and glorious commingling -
S.- sick with bilious fever.A. I ,
quite Mr. S. A. Raw is has moved into the! this great tonic medicine to all with of brave men and fair wo-
to mention. A
our vi>it will convince that
residence in the first ward recently I| you weak kidneys liver or stomach. Guar- I men. Jacksonville certainly did the :

E. Burnett, the jeweler can sup- purchased by him from Mr. J. J. Til- j our stock is as represented and our price lower teed by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore; hospitable act in grand style. Ex-
ply want in jewelry.
your every
iis. I II price 50 cents.STENOGRAPHER. Governor Fleming was elected commander -
than the lowest. Don't forgetGEORGEA. I I .
I and Gainesville named as the -
FOR RENT-A neat six room If you are going to put down mat- II I i next place of meeting. .-
tage. Apply to Dr. R. D. Fuller. t-I I ting we would like to show you what ; I WANTS WORK I -
-
,we have in that line Ocala Furniture' Call at the greenhouse for chrysan ,
Bob Sanders. the inimitable. from !I, NASH. Any one needing an experiencedand l .; .
Company. I thcmums-they are now in bloom; also '
Dunnellon was in town Thursday.The I thoroughly competent lady sten-
roses and carnations.Mr. :
ographer and typewriter, can communicate -
J. K. Christian of Mcintosh passed II' i .
wisest of Santas gives things I with one through this of
through town Thursday on his way to1 I fice. I and Mrs. Charles Pratt of
to wear, and buys them at Masters.
I Dunnellon to look after his interests!! ....THERE .IS... I Yreka Cal., are in the city for a while, Ocala's Greatest X-mas and Holiday Display is tojJ

there. and have rooms with Mrs. Arms at
Mrs. E. Van Hood Is up again after I found at
I I OYSTERS ARE IN SEASON the Agnew House. Mr. Pratt, for
a six weeks selge with the dengue.
FOR RENT-A new and well located many jears was a resident of Minneapolis I

!I cottage, with six rooms and I II NOTHING!! MORE ACCEPTABLE in the real estate business, but THE NEW RACKET.
lIard water Soap, the best in the The Elk's Cafe, opposite the:
bath. Apply to P. C. Davis, Montezuma : : has spent several years in California.He .
market at the Postoffice Drugstore. I black. i i A. C. L passenger depot, is now is here looking into our timber

Mr. Lonnie Edwards of Berlin wasa I ii i iI I I serving oysters in any style. The: supply. () ala's Cheapest Store; The Shopper's Paradise. I have

business visitor to Ocala yesterday.Mr. Mr. Maloney has moved into the i only a la carte house in the city. just arrived with more Holiday Goods. Dolls Toys
cottage recently built by Ditto and I Or of More Service to Your Friend or Silk shawls, ice wool shawls and .

Laird has rented one of Mr. II. Maloney the first ward. j I II Strictly first-class in all respectsG. fascinators bought at Masters warm I and Toilet Articles of every descript <;t '. '*-*
Relative than of Handsome R.' TROXLER
one Prop.
C. Jones' cottages in the second ward. our hearts, as well as heads and backs. .
Inlaid wood, also leather combination -0-
t.
J
Attorney Sid Carter of Gainesvillewas I collar and cuff boxes, a few select -, I Mr. Kaiser has gone to Hastings to

prices, at the Anti-Monopoly ', THE BROADWAY MILLINERY
in town yesterday on legal busi operate a meat market for Frank STORENEXT

Drugstore.Mr. Bugbee, the potato king of St. Johns.
ness. SA TGtiELS
'" I II I SUIT GASES ORSTEAMER ( DOOR)

FOR RENT-A fine front office and Mrs.\ Gt'orgelchol who I Go to the Ocala News Company and Still leads in up-to-date Dress and Walking Hats, for ladies

room over Munroe & Chambliss formerly lived in the Witness flat but get your dolls, toys: and fireworks. All ,

Bank. for the past few months at Silver TRUNKS best grade goods.Mr. misses and children. Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes :eto- ,,

Springs, have moved Into the Louis ,.

Will Tuten a prosperous young Chazal cottage on South Second St. and Mrs. W. B. Crawford of ,
Atlanta are at the Oklawaha Inn for
farme of Grahamville. was in town

tOday A good cook wishes a position at .I the winter. Mr. Crawford Is well FRESH

once. Address or apply to Janie ,'. Or, if: You Prefer known in Ocala as a popular and successful MEATS AND VEGETABLESWestern

Mr. F. L. Grantham of Graham- royal, 64 South Magnolia street Font-I traveling salesman. lie is now

with Lake Bros., umbrella manufacturers -
yule made this office pleasant call
a
today. Mr. and Mrs. Witter of the second I II of New Orleans. Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef, Mutton, Afj

I ward will give up housekeeping: and I moor's Star Ham Armour's Pork Sausage Cabbage
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I
A beautiful line of fine china in the ,
All kinds of office in our go tn boarding.All !
supplies l
stationery' department. The Postoffice I A FINE! HAT, PAIR OF SHOES : Phonographs from $10 to $50. Over ; most nett's.exquisite patterns at A. E. Bur- Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets, Sweet .

Drug to( the latest styles In iron beds at : 400 different records in stock to select Potatoes, Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onjo s.
prices that are low. Ocala Furniture
from. A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler exelusive -
I Nick Fort of Moss Bluff In the
was
Dr. W H. Powers and wife returned Company.We W. P.
OR! BEDROOM SLIPPERSo agent for Ocala. city today. He said his communitywas EDWARDS
this moftilng from their visit to Jack- I
sonville. can get you engraved cards busy grinding cane; that Mr. J. Phone 108. .
weding invitations. special tally and You can get a most acceptable I T. Lewis was just recovering from a City Market .

Christmas present from our handsome I fall, and had
severe now erysipelas
Electric house wiring. Guaranteed place cards. Prices right. Ocala I I I -
o II carving sets, from $3 to $10 per set. taken in his hand. :Nick: Ollie and
material and workmanship. The Yonge News Co.
d Cline Co. I I Marion Hardware Co. Albert Fort bagged three deer in the THE OCKLAWAHA INN

i scrub while on a hunt recently.
The Ocala White Star Steam Laundry -
I
Xmas Postal Cards comic. also some'oil..tte I is gradually growing in favor and : FRUITS, CANDIES AND NUTS
Ji NHMffHN; SHOE COMPANY. A pretty line of diamonds, the fin- .. A Pleasant Homelike House
designs, at the AntiMonOPOI.1Drugstore. I business, and each month's work : ,i ;
shows an Increase over the one pre- ,1 For choice, fresh fruits of all kinds, est ever shown in Ocala, will be here : -.r" ; .- 1

candies, nuts, cigars, tobacco, etc., call in a few days. Ocala Music Company.Mr. Rooms and the
I I ceding. The machinery is uptodateand --- --- -- -- ---- ------- I 'T' Elegant,Airy .

The belts which Masters has for they do most satisfactory work. on John Tubel, in the Montezuma .

sale are singularly smart and doubly I WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF block. I and Mrs. Don Ferguson and ; v .i :,2 very Choicest Table Board.
baby of Berlin were In town today,
,desirable. As holiday hints let us suggest 1 _
those lovely stocks and big lace collars i THE SEASON/ OF INDIGESTIONThe J I shopping. Special Rates in Summzr, top

Reigerl Paced 'nna Rose a Califor- which Masters has in stock. I I :
HARD AREf Remember, we are the oldest holiday
nit Perfume now at the sea-son of indigestion H upon us. H Weekly and Monthly Boarders. -

oly Drugstore. AnU-Monop-1 Do not fail to see the Rag Time 1906 Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure for indigestion'., goods house in town, and we stick to _

Calendars! now displayed at the AntiMonopoly and dyspepsia will do everything for our own line. Ocala News Company. -- .
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'
Tucke Xmas Cards and Booklets; |! Drugstore the stomach that an over-loaded, overworked i( I'
I I i stomach cannot do for Itself. Mr.\ T. C. Hall passed through Ocala MRS HATCHELL,
also 1906 Calendars at the AntiMonopoly Jap-a-Lac I j jiKodol ...co.. -" -. .
Drugstore. Stoves and ranges, and blue flame i; digests what you eat-gives the'jesterday en route to Gainesville Ga., .. .

oil stoves all sizes and .prices.; Call stomach a rest-relieves sour stom- where he will get Misses Beulah Hall '. j.I. ,Proprietress.
l "Wears Like Iron." I t I -0.. : ,
.". T. Moody and son. Allen two excellent I and look the stock overMarion Hard- ach, belching heartburn, Indigestion,j and Lida McDougal and bring them p : .o OCALA FLORIDA
1: Natural i if the i Sold to Tampa to spend the holidays. ,
citizens of SummerflelJ. were ware Company. II I i :::1 Jap-a-Lac < 1 Jxt etc by Anti-Monopoly Drug- j

in the city today. varnish for store. I ..
W. Williams-on., a pioneer settler 1i ; \ 'U ) roll SALE-A farm of 45 acres; --- -

The finest best made and prettiest of the Lake Kerr section, was in town "LA \ Hardwood Floors For a Christmas girt tor your wire I ;good houses. out houses grapes and i = 4

patterns in carving sets from $5 up yesterday. !i I or daughter, or child, a glove on the all other kinds of fruit with a lot ofj;
!live stock. With the Are You To Remodel ?
stock $500
at A. E. Burnett's.Dr. /, either aid or new. It dries I hand is worth two in the box, at Mas I ; Going
without the stock, $lOO 10 of
I ; acres
of the board of ters'
Important meeting store.
E. Van Hood was called toI trade tonight. Report of committee ''ltll.'l' Jl with a beautiful luster, and hammock fenced! 35 acres of pine. If so, you \v21 do i it with the intention of improving upon present

Dunnellon this morning on professional -i I I Ion permanent state encampment and ( retains its brilliancy throughwear I Edison phonographs, from $10 to Address Star office. conditions.: :,; ? .

business.Mr. 1 I election of officers. $50 each, with over 400 different records Our is interest in -
and tear right down to I | I Miss Annie Atkinson, who has been i part to you our iKBtjr,:
to select from, at A. E. Bur- } ,.
'sick for the past week: is up again, improve and perfect your janitarj equip-'
A. B. Kibler of Dunnellon one I the wood. Besides Natural. nett's. I I
REThDTHIS: much to the of her 1l-t
of the .leading merchants of Florida great delight many ment.
in twelve col friends.
lac comes
was in town today. Jap-a- r We do but kind of work
Mobile. Ala.. Dec. 24. 1S99. LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED one -the bat-

Join the "Kodak CorrespondenceSchool. Dr. E. W. Hall St. Louis, Mo.-Dear, ors. It is: a stain and varnish I FREE OF CHARGE Goods that are good, at prices that \\ and use the famous 'Sts&dstf Ware every

See Gerig about it. at the' Sir: Having tried different doctors and ,i I combined, and rejuvenates Phone 26. R. E. Yonge & Co. are right, backed by a reputation that 1 I piece of which is guaranteed: : by'the mann-
their remedies for several years for I of. Ocala Furniture -
we are proud .
i ii ,
Postoffice Drugstore.J. about the home. .i factu-ers to be strictly! first quality. Let's
back and kidney trouble. I found noth-I everything .
"You can DO the Work Yourself. A big line or nandsome quilts and I !i Company.Mrs.

of the growing ing successful until taking The TrI !- comforts at reasonable prices Ocala I gj11L. talk,it over. We have samples ia our show -
E. Stevens one
merchants of Crystal River, I as Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery,: .:\ Full Stock of All Kinds ofJapaLac Furniture Company. C. C. ,Carroll will! have as her! room.

young and being rapidly cured, the old sa- guest during the holidays her sister I .
in town today.
was ing with railroad men Is "God bless!;.! Stoves, ranges and heaters of all Miss Edna Williams, who will come

the man who invented the Pullman'i kinds. Many different styles and direct from New Orleans, where she
and prettiestglass
The biggest tallest 'R. E. YONGE & CO.
sleeping car." but I say "God bless the i, prices to select from. Marion Hard- is attending school. *
vases ever seen in the city are
inventor of Hall's Texas Wonder" j ware Co. -
at Mclver ,i'IeKays. i For Sale in Ocala by
Yours truly, W. B. Clark ; You will find at Masters dainty box.es ---- =

M. & O. R. R Co.. Mobile. Ala. Do not wait until the last. Ship in perfect keeping with the dainty -
The Humpty Dumpty troupe came .
In this morning and will play In the MARION HARDWARE COMPANYSUCCESSORS your Christmas presents now. Get a"tieker" stationery they contain.Mr. .
A TEXAS WONDEROne from the Southern ExpressCo.
house tonight.
opera
small bottle of the Texas Won- TO HUBBARD & MACDUFF .. which reads: "Do not open till T. S. Fakes, now looking after HOUGHBROTHERSWe

There Is nothing in the furnitureline cer. Hall's Great Discovery, cures all Christmas." the Dr. Fakes place temporarily shipped o-

too good for you. We have it. kidney and bladder troubles, removes to his parents this morning a box

Ocala Furniture Company.Dr. gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions -I AN EMERGENCY MEDICINEFor of oranges and a box of pecans that give Free Presents, consisting of Tide7 Roasters. Hall Racks Towel -

weak and lame backs rheuma- sprains, bruises burns, scalds grew on the place. His parents are Racks, Silver Coffee Pots etc, with&very pound package of ak1n=

J. D. Watkins. of Micanopy. wasa t'.sm! and all Irregularities of the kid-i LUMBeRROUGH and similar injuries, there Is nothingso at Asheville; N. C. Powder at &0 cets per pound. .

business visitor to Ocala yesterday.registering reys and bladder in both men and wo-J I good as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Tickets for other 1yaJuable presents given with every purchase of'Soap.

at the Montezuma. mtn. Regulates bladder troubles In ': It soothes the wound and not only The mission of "Early Risers" is to Soap Powders, Starch, Coffee and Extracts. ,'
"
children. If not sold by your druggist [ gives Instant relief from pain but clear the way and give nature full With every pound of Tea at 60c, we will give a handsome Lemonade Pltck- :', '_ -

We can suit you in either box or will be se-it by mail on receipt of $1. OR DRESSEDSee causes the parts to heal in about one- sway. Those famous little pills rid er. Pudding Pan or Cake Mould :AMi'z-%

tablet paper both as to quality and L One small bottle Is two months' treatment i third the time required by the usual the stomach and bowels of all putrid < '

price. The Postoffice Drugstore.A and seldom fails to perfect a : or Phone treatment. Sold by the Postoffice matter, thus removing the causes of With every 25 cent* worth of Laundry Soap, we will give m M7zinj'Zil: <'2 :-,>

cure. Dr. E. W. Hall sole manufac-I Drugstore.The headache constipation sallow complexion Every article and every present is first class and folly 'guarantee+T*"* :

Christmas gift of one of those sty. turer. P O. Box 629. St. Louis. :Mo etc. Dewitt's Little Early your money win be refunded If both are not as repreaent -;%jPS .a'l_

liih dress pattern that Masters hat I Send for testimonials. B. H. SEYMOURPHONE hunting season is on. You can Risers never gripe or sicken. A, safe "
FULL LINE OF STAPLE AriD i :::":
FANCY
in tock will greatly please your Sold by all druggists and Anti-Mo.I get your guns. sheila, leggins eta, at pleasant. perfect' pilL Sold by theAntiMonopoly GROCERIES ., r :: ',

mother, your wife| or your best girl. nopoly Drugstore. NO. 25. Ocala, Fla. our store. Marion Hardware Co. Drugstore. South Main St. Gnr.UsaCaR..3 0tJt' -. .

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r COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE[ N [N [ Ocala on a special venire are J. C. Dn- YORK Begin Taking Ozonmlalon Tbdgt'V
BARGAINS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS pree, W. S. Stewman and B. S. Dans-
J. P. and Your Core Begin To
by. We did not learn on which case Harrison went to Ocala Mon ayOZDMUISION

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they were to serve.
Newsy Letters From Our Wide day.S.
There has been more wedding dresses -
Awake Rural EditorsBELLEVIEW P. Jones of WIlliston was In this
made In
Reddick within the
, past

\ Tie Largest Stock to Select from and the Best House >in< Florida to Get \ its three size weeks In the than state any or other else there town has of burg If Madam Monday.Rumor Is correct wedding

Beautiful ;| Mrs. Williams of Springfield Mass: been a mountain made out of a molehill bells will soon ring. .
Presents .
for the Home. \I I' err Owl u. 0 l6a.w. 'P.r -'
i has moved into Mr. Bryant's house, Blarney.
Its VlUIixed Medicinal rood
i i and Intends to open up a little store.I I Considerable Ice Monday mOrning.: tl3 are Very Quickly Ruliied. Preper-
of i No particular damage to vegetables.The In Bringing Healthy Color to tl.*
Mclver & show fancy and useful articles. j IRVINE
those !
MacKay can
; just beginning to keep house, those wishing more furniture for the home those I Cheeks of the Pale and Sallow.
or Mrs. and Miss Lena McClelland It t The late wet and dry election madea I In Producing Strength to the Weak,t-*
seeking handsome and useful Christmas j Irvine Crate and Basket Com the Feeble and the Invalid..
gifts for friend also the !
relative foi Misses Eleanor
either and
or sex or any age, a handsomer line of house- \ Dorothy I pany's mill is running on full time and useless expense upon the tax payers. In Toning 111 the System of CoaralM
i hbYd than Selfridge of Saranac Lake X. Y., ar-| cent from Exhausting DtMuec
furnishings store in !
any Florida. Special attention is directed to the below mentioned articles, which comprise '1 rived here early Saturday morning. doing a good business. Mr. Collier, with his crew from Le- In Cleansing the Entire Syttua.
few of the The still for the Edwards Naval ray. is very busy taking out old ties In Nourishing the .Woraout.
V : only a leading ones, in a stock that covers, in store and warehouses several and is vast'1 Mr. French and family armed on I Stores In Rounding Out the Thin Peaked
acres. so Company has arrived and will and placing new ones in their place faces of Children.
Wednesday of this
and varied as to be indescribable in this space. Remember that if the herein week. soon be put Into position. and when finished will leave the road In Building up on their Uttle Bodies
goods mentioned seem of an expensive Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Terrell and Mr. I the Desirable Pink and Whit. Flea.ash
class, that we have a great abundance of others and Mrs. J. Milsom have Ta- Mr. D. S. Grover Is Improving, after bed in fine condition. In Dotting their checks with the Pretty
in to
all of the furniture and gone
housefurnkhing lines, in low and medium several days of illness Color and Dimples that make llathu't
priced goods. vares on a fishing excursion. I One of our promising young gen Heart Glad.ozoHtrtsios
F Mr. Terrell and Mr. j. Freeman have tlemen, although under
age partookof It an laUdote for all DUetm Cau.4 fcy _
just finished painting the school i too much booze, and It threw him fixposara to Cold aid Wet.
house. COLORED PEOPLE'S DEPARTMENTREV. into the road. He was picked up by To prove its Medicinal I Stood Merits ft

o- FOR THE PARLOR FOR THE HALL i, Several houses here are being re-I one of :Mr. Ormsby's teamsters and Trial Bottle Free by Mall

t I painted. The appearance of Mr. J. E. A. KEELER, Editor. carried to a shanty where he could WIll be sent on request Writ If latish
Beautiful rugs and art squares willow oak mahogany and leather The most beautiful hall racks in mahogany and oak, ever seen I j ]liam Doolittle's cottage is improving snooze off the effects of the booze. or postal card to
Ozomnlslon
Co.,93 Flue St. flnr Tort.
chairs settees and rockers; magnificent pictures lace and in 'under the brsh of Mr. Charles H. Hilton )- Dick. ,
Ocala
portiere Portiere AH .
curtains rugs, couches, hanging lamps, stands, Drufziflt Tieo eUea-IOc. aadI $2.11
curtains: lamps center tables etc. and Mr. Garner has just painted Have you settled your accounts? If
etc.
h pictures, screens, mattings, etc. the Butterworth cottage. not why not? i

i The town hall will be the next I
building to receive a new coat of I Advertise now. Don't wait until!
r FOR THE DINING ROOM FOR THE BED ROOM : paint. I, Monday. j jI I

:, Our school is to '
enjoy vacation
The largest and best line of iron and brass beds in the state to I Mrs. Kate Watson is very 111 In Ja-
i from December 19
The to
most beautiful January 2.
dining tables and chairs of oak or mahogany 'cobville., Call and see her. i odolDyspepsia
select from. Magnificent suits in solid oak, mahogany and birdseye The arrangement for the Christmas !

handsome big rugs appropriate pictures side boards china closets. maple; odd dressers and stands in each of these woods. Easy chairs, entertainment promises something ; *New Florida syrup the best In .

the latter ranging in from 1 unusually good. No one should miss; town at the Falana Grocery.
price $25 to $150. Exquisite china in couches, toilet sets, curtains, screens mattresses, comforts sheets,, it. i j

fancy pieces or dinner sets from $6 to $85 in Haviland china. blankets wardrobes, etc. The sad news of the death of Miss Two houses to rent. In good shape.

I, Olive Amos has reached us. She died I, Tucker Hill. Apply to Jos. Sampson.

'; at her home in Mclntosh county, Ga., I I
Club No. 1 will give
FOR THE THE'CHILDREN an entertainment
LIBRARY FOR ;' on the 4th inst. Miss Amos was in her i! at Odd Fellows Hall Monday
sixties and was loved by all who had!i
The Globe-Wernieke sectional book cases as many sections as Pretty little wagons, go-carts and carriages both the children : the pleasure of knowing her. She died I, night. 1

you wish and several different styles. Pretty desks and combination and their dolls; hobby horses, etc as she had lived, a devoted Christian, Everybody is talking about the Cure
: being a member of the Baptist church i New Racket's Christmas and holiday
desks and book cases in oak and mahogany for the ladies; library FOR THE TRAVELERtables since girlhood. She leaves four sis-I goods. 'II

in mahogany and golden oak, morris chairs pictures rugs, The finest line of suit cases, valises, grips and trunks of all ters to mourn her death, Mrs. Ryals i I! "You can find at the New Racket I Ii Gins rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion,dyspepsia, sour stomach,
Mrs. Smith Mrs. J. H. Strickland and : I tired stomach, weak stomach
moker's windy stomach
stands etc makes, styles, prices and finish at low presents suitable for puffed stomach nerrom
exceedingly prices. Miss Amanda Amos, with a host of j,jm mankind. every age of Stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.
'other relatives and friends. Miss II

LFOR Amos was an aunt of Mrs. C. A. Tre- rrq..e as w L>- DI...,. I'bai ,...E"
THE OFFICE FOR THE Drive your business. Don't let it)I .WIN lleisr. UrWtaUUiChTI
KITCHENHandsome i' f Brth
mere of Belleview, who has our sin drive **.,C.ILO.fi. JJw.t tiMMBMkMU IteUl.
you, for it might drive you out ... a R. .M N.wf dn. |
fiat or roll top desks in several sizes and grades. Of. Stoves and ranges of all sizes and grades with all the features. cere sympathy in her bereavement. i of business 1\ SOLD BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE OC'ALA. FLA.
"One precious to our hearts has gone,
flee chairs and tables, waste paper baskets lamps etc. Linoleum for the floors, refrgerators and ice boxes. 'j The voice we loved is stilled; The New Racket Ocala's cheapest -I I :rI

B'' The place made vacant in our home store Is really old Santa Claus I
J: Can never more b& filled. I headquarters. i
MISCELLANEOUS CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY EXCUSION RATES
Our Father, in his wisdom, called Don'
forget the entertainment af
Venice Martin, the famous gold furniture in tables and pedestals i assortment of pcture frame mouldings. A pretty lir.e of china and i And The though boon his on love earth had the given body, lies, Odd Fellow's Hall :Monday night A.

beautifully hand painted. The first ever shown in Ocala. Eleglass I novelties to be closed out below cost. Mirrors of all sizes, The soul is safe in Heaven." B. Johnson, Manager. --VIASOUTHERN -

gant hand embroidered Japanese screens, lace portiere and silk tapeshat racks baskets of all kinds, foot stools, staple glass and crockery Rev. N. C. Livingston Is preparingfor

try curtains. We have just established an art department and have ware, jardinieres flower pots, etc. HARNESS, SADDLES LAP OF INTEREST TO, MOTHERS a grand rally at his appointment, RAILWAY
Thousands of little ones die [ Mt Zion circuit, on Sunday.
every
a most, exquisite line of etchings and oil paintings with an endless ROBES, BUGGIES sewing machines, etc., etc. year of croup. Most of them could I I

have been saved by a few doses of I IFoley's For board comfortable call at the lodging Marion and House.firstclass Tickets will be on sale December 22, 23 24, 25, 30, 31, 1905, and January 1,

Call on or write to us and we can supply your wants. We ship goods to all parts of Florida. Our prices and goods family with Honey children and should Tar, and keep every it inj i;, Mrs. P. G Gowens, Proprietress. i 1906, Limited January 4, 1906

ate fully guaranteed. We respectfully ask for a share of your business. the house. It contains no opiates ,and 1: Keep in memory the fact that Falana -
t Is safe and sure. Mrs. H. Picket i
George -
Grocery, on Tucker Hill, is ready To teachers and students
tickets will be sold
Yours for more business, San Francisco, Cal., writes: ly i i to supply your every need In the grocery December 17th to
baby had a dangerous attack of croup![ line. 24th inclusive, limited January 8th, 1906.

and we thought she would choke to !; : For rates and detailed information apply at the Passenger Office
death, but dose !< Do not spend all of
one of Foley's Honey: your cash for
i 108 West Bay Street. Phone
M'IkIER & MHCKHY and Tar relieved her at once after Christmas. Remember that you have 743.

other remedies had failed.Ve ar eto: live and have obligations after thee I I

never a minute without it in th i I holidays.
1 house." Sold by the Postoffice Drug- ; J. C. L-LJSK
OC7SLH, FLORID i 1 store. I! The Fort King Millinery is over- ,
;, crowded
with wirk four machines
i PINE !gunning and they can hardly keep upI District Passenger Agent Jacksonville Fla.
with the work.
Miss Louise Boring, who has been ,
FOR SALE in South Carolina for the past three "He who fights and runs away will

months, has returned home. She was. live to fight another day, but he whois

accompanied by her brother, Allen in battle slain will never rise to
Boring who spent a few days here. i, fight again."
.....BY... 1 Messrs. Through Tourist Cars
A. P. Munroe and C. T.
'Don't forget the New Racket. A
Blasingame, and the Misses Mary
Hall, Louise Boring, Homie Blasln- great assortment of dress goods andi Personally Conducted to
Ditto and Maloney i ready made garments for men, women
game: and Cecile Hartzog attended >
:
and children.
.: (. First Class Meals Conference in Ocala Sunday. i California.
!1 i J. N. Reddick of Citra was in our i I MISS Laura Green has opened a
''
burg, Tuesday afternoon. j first class restaurant
two doors above
HONES, FARMS AND LOTS CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining Mrs J. P. Ausley and baby of 1 I i I I! the city market. Meals and lunches

Meadows spent a few days last week at all hours. Give her a calLi

Room with Mrs. Ausley's grandmother here I The Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service
until midnight. Personal i is famous for its
No. 1. Good 2 story 8 room house. Splendid porches, yard 1-4 open Mrs. Jane Hall has returned from i I Remember that the K. of P. will ;
attention given to orders '' I continue and complete their election up-to-date equipment, courteous attendants and comforts.It's .
special anything : Plant City } many
acre. Near school. A ,
High big bargain..... . .$1500 1! I
2. Six the market offers prepared for the table on i j i Two Mormon elders spent one nightlast of officers Wednesday night. Let all the easy way to travei-no changes of cars, or other wore
room cottage and 20 acres of good land with some fine week in our community. (attend. B. J. Mitchell, C. C., Henry
peach trees. Only a mile and a half from town. Price. .$500 short notice. I Messrs. Joe Jim and Will Thomas I, Williams, K. of R. and S. ries.Are

No. 3. Splendid 8 room house new roof, newly painted, etc, Large Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar I;i iII went to Ocala Friday on business. 'i i To rent, one hundred and fifty I you going to California? Investigate this way of travel.You'll .

yard running through entire block. South Third street, 2nd Mr. I. W. Boring, Jr., went to Ocala i(j, acres of cleared land in good order, 2 be surprised to find how cheaply you can go.

ward. See this. Price........_.. .._... .. .. ...eo.$1800 II Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. Saturday, and invested in a new cook miles east of Lowell Fla., adjoining

No. 4, Nicest small: house in city. Known as Colby house in 1st Special Price to Regular Boarders stove.business.Look out, girls for Will means I Mr. Ben Raysor's place. Apply to H.
i
ward near in. This house is a beauty and will sell quick at t Mr. James King of Meadows was Harvey at Standley's stable. Full Particulars and illustrated literature of '

the low price of..eo...._eo..eo ..._...._ .._.._. $1800 THE OARMi3HAEL & SONMcGrath's GO i looking after his interests here Tuesday I John Brown has opened a barber
No. 5. Splendid farm containing 120 acres best land. Some good ; Frog. shop just one door west of the city J. F. VAN RENSSALAER Gen. Agt.,

hard wood some good fruit etc Some newly fence 3 1-2 I market, and is prepared to do fine Atlanta, Ga.

-- miles south of town. Price .eo .eo ..._eo ... ... ..$1200 At Stand i COUGHING SPELL CAUSED DEATH i"Harry Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing

No. 6. Nice 8 room house large yard. Some fine shrubbery and I sharpening razors or clippers, Southern Pacific.
Duckwell, aged 25 years, 1 1i honing razors, etc. Give him a call.
near VV. \V. Clyatt's home in first ward. House in good I i choked to death early yesterday I I
j
condition. Cheap at.eo. ...eo ..eo. eo eo eo ..eo _.$1300 morning at his home In the presenceof J I The Montezuma House, corner of

No.. 7. Two good building lots only four blocks from square near SEABOARD AIRLINE HY his wife and child. He contracteda [i j.:' Fifth and Lemon streets, Palatka,
Ocklawaha slight cold a few days and paid I', Fla., is nicely fitted up and open to
avenue. Must go at once at, each. ... ...$25 ago I
but little attention to it. Yesterday 'receive guests. Everything is in first
No.8.t'or investment: One new 5 room cottage and 2 new 3 room morning he was seized with a fit ofj| *class style. A cafe and barber shop
I cottages. Near in. Pay in rents $17 per month, or 20 percent SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED coughing which continued for some I1 i I adjacent. Call on them. J. B. Long, ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS

net on investment at the price of. eo .. ....eo eo ..$850 time. His wife sent for a physicianbut I proprietor.

NO. 9. Good 5 room house and 28 good lots one mile west of town. SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAILFOR I before he could arrive, another! Mrs. Susie Mitchell, wife of Grant IN OCALA VIA

Must be sold at once.._eo eo. eo.. ....eo... eo ..$40 0 -- -- ; coughing spell came on and Duckwell'1 I 'j' Mitchell, died at 8 o'clock night be-

If you want: to buy come early or your choice will be gone. Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Richmond, Washington, Bal- ,i Globe died Democrat from suffocation., Dec. 1st-, 1901 St :" sfore' I j last at Dunnellon. Her remains I
timore, Philadelphia, New York. i> j I j were brought to Ocala yesterday and
Ballard's Horehound Syrup would' (carried to Santos for burial. Her ATLANTIC COAST LINE
DITTO & MALONEY, I THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY all have druggists.saved him. 25c., 50c. and Jl at t I: (obituary will appear tomorrow. I;i


Main Street Ocala Fla. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT II A. W.. Walker, the world champion
REDDICK barber, is in the city and has again (Schedule In effect November 26, 1905.)
ONLY LINE operating daily: through sleepers from Jacksonville
to New
Orleans. After the rains which we are now,1 i; opened his shop at No. 92 North Mag-

Other having we can expect cold weather, so i! nolia street, opposite the Florida
information of Departures Between Arrivals.
sa;' the prophets. j House. Shaving, hair cutting, sham I I
J. R. MARTIN & CO.I 1 I I I John Dozier, Agent, Ocala Florida. \VT W. Condon, C. T. A. Mr. V. L. Anthffny: with mother and !!j pooing, etc. in first class style. Tools j"i |No. 82, Daily, 1:20 A. M. No. 21, Daily 1:55 A. M.
: kept in fine order. .
,
family has returned Honing razorsj'
his
to old home
A. O. MacDonell, A G. P. A. D. C. Boylston. Jr., P. A. Rochelle, Palatka, Jacksonville, Savannah Charleston, Richmond
here. : guaranteed. Give him call.
We a
to welcome
are glad the =
Jacksonville, Florida. I Washington Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.
back i!! Special Notice Pullman Buffet Sleepers St. Petersburg to Jacksonville connects at
--- -- -- Rev Hines of
LIVERYMEN -- -- North Carolina will The New Racket Is loaded with Jacksonville with Pullman Sleepers to New York. Dining Car Jacksonville
GENERAL
conduct services at the Presbyterian ,
Christmas and holiday goods. We can !, to New York.
church Saturday evening and Sunday: I
please the old folks, the young
Do Not Neglect a Cold. y r Sunday morning afternoon.We and: will. preach at Fairfield ) and even the babes In the fOlkS'I'' 'No. 78, Daily, 1:00 P. M. No. 89, Daily, 2:35 P. M.

Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps l learn that the Methodist churchof have also a complete: line of fine dress II Rochelle, Gainesville, Palatka, Jacksonville. Parlor Cars St. Peters-

Drummers Carryalls. Saddle Horses etc. Every cold weakens the Lungs, lowers the Vitality and makes the Reddick is to be supplied by a min- goods, shoes, men's and boys' cloth I burg to Jacksonville. Connects at Jacksonville with Sleeper for SL
system less able to withstand each succeedr: cold thus i-ter; from North Carolina, and thpresent e ing, furs and jackets for the holiday Louis, via Thomasville and Montgomery; ; also Dixie Flyer Sleeperfor

paving the way for mere serious diseases. minister Brother Bell, i 9'' trade. I' St Louis and Chicago via Tlfton, Macon and Atlanta.No. .

FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES ? transferred to a charge in the extreme ,, The Palace Restaurant corner of I
northeastern portion of the state. : Fort King and Magnolia street Is now 21, Daily, 2:00 A. M. No. 21, Daily 1:55 A. M.

Sorry to learn that Mr. and Mr s. open for business. Choice meals,I St Petersburg and Intermediate points.

',ay, the new-comers vhoare living lunches, etc.,
served in royal style a
Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses tI!
I n: the section house, have a very sick reasonable rates. Soup daily; oysters 'No. 89, Daily, 2:55 P. M. No. 78, Daily 12:40 P. M.
I .
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. I F.Ihi in every st>'le. Special terms to I i Tampa, St. Petersburg and Intermediate points.
The three merchants of our town weekly boarders. Special department I] "

y Yr ,N --.. all as busy as bees, arranging the I'>I for white customers. Breakfast from l 1 No. 45, Daily: 10:05 A. M. No. 48, Daily 6:00 P. M. .

J. R. MARTIN & CO. I ri"a goods for the holiday trade. 5 till 9; dinner, 12 till 3; supper 5 tillj I ;Juliette, High Springs, Dupont, Waycross.
j Mr?. Fridy and Rou shipped 9. Lunches at all hours. Fruits, ci-i.I
j '.. ,ii'x! : 1000 bushels of peanuts to one gars, etc. :M. Middlebrooks, Prop. ,[
I II |No. 47, Daily 3:00 P. M. No. 46, Daily 12:20 P. M.
I[ iiui' at Live Oak this week and still
i they are calling for more. i j I The holidays are approaching and! Juliette, Dunnellon. Homosassa Brooksville, Trilby and local polnta.
HOLIDAY RATESVIA | It is rumored that a certain young'II'I everyone Is looking forward for al]
1 telegrapher and a young miss just.,: merry Christmas and a happy New! 'No. 49, Daily, Except Sunday. No. 44, Daijy ex. Sun. 9:40 A. M.

j southeast of Reddick. have about clos- !t; Year. Let us ask our Heavenly ;Juliette Dunnellon Homosassa.
j t-d their matrimonial contract. If Father for his continued blessings in '
,, our behalf and when the Trains 82 and 21 sleepers Jacksonville and St Petersburg.
J :--u.'h be the cast! they have our congratulations days come i carry
In advance. thank him for past favors, and with j I Trains 82 and 85 carry Pullman Sleepers between New York, Jacksonville
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE i po PERMANENTLY CURES ; Delegates who attended the Conf vow renew our covenant with Him to, ; Dining Car service through between Jacksonville and Jersey City;

i I Consumption, Coughs Colds, Sore Throat,
Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough, vi'-re Mrs. J. C. Dupree, Mr. E. D. Rou, to him than the one just paste 1 I Traina 78 and 89 between Jacksonville and New York and Jacksonville and >

To all points east of the Mississippi and south of the Ohio and Potomac Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Sore Lungs. Rev M T. Bell. MISF Julia Tinman J I Chicago, via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Route, and to St. Louis via Montgomeryand
NO CASE OF L. & N. and via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Routes without .
Mr V I. McClaren, and others, who'names change.PULLMAN
rivers tickets will be sold Dec. 22 and EVERY MOTHER SHOULD BALLARD'S !
23, 24, 25, 30 31 Jan. i, KNOW THAT HOREHOUND !
t limited t SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES. DOES NOT we failed to get. PNEUMONIA ON RECORD I PARLOR CARS ON TRAINS 1:00 P.
to Jan. To certain points west of the Mississippi and north LEAVING OCALA
4.
CONSTIPATE CHILDREN: AND WILL POSITIVELY The Knights of Pythias lodge at this J 'I
of the Ohio and Potomac rivers tickets will be on sale Dec. 21, 22 and I CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUCH. place seems to be on the boom. as We do not know of a single Instance( M. for JACKSONVILLE and from JACKSONVILLE to ST. PETERSBURG.
1
23; limited to return 30 days from date of sale. Mffft. SALLIE LOCKBAR, GoldOtwalte, Tex., tiyii "W. there as constantly new applicants. It; where a cough or cold resulted In! Key West and Havana Steamers leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
have used Mallard's HorehoutiJ Syrup In my family for tcveral year j" said that Mr. Light in riding the pneumonia or consumption when Fa-j
To teachers and stueents surrendering certificates signed audit arwaye '.satisfaction. When the ehlldren had Crocp andWbooplnc and Thursdays 11:40 P. M. V
by superintendents Conzh; It alwar*relieved them at once, and 1 would not be goat lat! week, really got "provoked." ley's Honey and Tar had been take n.)
,-principles or presidents tickets will be sold Dec. 17th to without it In thehoUMo as It Is the BEST MtUlCI.NE: we know of." Mr W. A. Kinard moved last we rk'It'I cures coughs and colds perfectly, Ol|! For full information regarding rates, reservations, etc, call on Atlantic

24th inclusive, limited to Jan. 8th. | Best Remedy for Children. Every Bottle CtJ ranteed. from Mrs. Anthony's place to the do not takes chances with some unknown .i.ia i! Coast Line Agents, or
THREe SIZES 25e, OOo and .'.00. place owned by the :McRae children. preparation which may contain J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass. Agt, Tampa, Fla.; W. J. CRAIG, Gen.

1A :-One and one-third fare.plus 25c for round trip. BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO., ST.LOUIS,MO. Mr. J. M. Robinson although not) opiates, which cause constipation PaIL Agt.; H. M. EMERSON Traffic Mgr. Wilmington N. C.

well by a good deal, is improving, as,1,1' condition that retards recovery froand' m
J. K. KIRKLAND, he Is again showing his witty : a cold. Ask for Foley's Honey and -

>* Pivisbn Passenger Agent Tampa, Florida. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS genial disposition. I Tar and refuse any substitute offered. iOImUONEYAlfDTA rotmKnllEYCUII--:

J i Those of our citizens summoned to: Sold by the Postofflce Drugstore. CClis loI J PMt Bts F' -I J.: .lidos KIcIDefS a4 8I.., .,. BJatV t :: -:

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