The Ocala evening star.

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


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

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arkk- SWA ChueS, Official Report of the December De-
h, liberations of Marion's Miniature
Parliament A nice line of
r l P ~ d MOI 0cala. Fla. Nov 3rd, 1906.
Th'- P..ird of county y ('ommission-
i f Mlari,,n county. Fl-irida. met in
re-'ular ,.-t,-,n '. thii- *lat' Present:
FaC ,m ,Hon. H. W. .r.g. g.h;-,rman; N. A.'
PFort, S I -:.1.;. C \ Tuir:-r an'i J.
Minute *,f r.-gular m.-.-ti an.l ThiI
Ps --P ~ F 1spepial mn.tingrs in N,,\.p.-rh -re 1
Srea4 and arCA-l.A M
Mr. J. J. Turner aipear-,d and pr, -
g..nt'--i ,ii- t,-sigriation as mnark an I E E S
Duda AS m- oran.1 in.-i-.--t, r for R>meo,n which r..-s- JEWEIL RS,
-i Cig4n.ion w;.as a-** pted and upon the
r=.-<,,n ,of Mr. Turner. Mr. J.
F" Pr. I, k \:as .,,inte- and tiled his FOR RENT
Mr -dhil i ., as a)pr.ov -d. FOR RENT
I,. -. I. I and *.,ml;ainld Three unfurnished rooms and a bath
VMt.,m t. .R, ,I t .i ,...,, r.-,li hy b h "!room. Will rent to man and wife, or
--- ---- ---- r r ,oad .... M. \I : ,f -r t -ar, family with one child. Will make price
THaEYES iming a '"h ,. I aYrng heap. Want companion in house. In-
ABOUT THE 'ETE S: a .r .i.". n.,. quire at the Star office.

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I have the best line of watches to
select from of any house In Central
Florida. Watches for ladies and men.
and for any price; also any design or
size. Come in and inspect the line.
A <*>.*4tt the Jpwedlp-

tlhk-r -.u.,,n ,|- rtre- I .i .e A rls r*-.r -s r .ut, tue peweier.
-theru r".iv. $fr "o, :.. l,-:vyn-t f-r AN ALARMING SITUATION
Yur eyes are eubjeclt It as many hands but n,,t r.-ceipit lt full for thi-.: frequently results from neglect of clog- CLERK WANTED
d rt Fots s the body *@ to d a- ,. a:nd that said ,ov-rste-r could at ged bowels and torpid liver, until con-
formtie Whereas it should be one any tim,- tho.r-after r.-su'nm,,n su.-h stipation becomes chronic. This con- Must be good penman. Steady post-
of te most or9n-e of the body. ; l-rs ,n to further .,,m"ily ith the law edition Is unknown to those who use tion. Salary $50. Can be raied to 60
it anstm rl that shouldd need in su-'h *a-1 '. Dr. King's New Life Pills; the best and 875 per month. Apply to Star
t s_ th t o sn .ee Thie .(I-rk .s ,lire.t-rd to notify Mr. and gentlest regulators of stomach and office.
es foor edim&g, writing, **wng Alfr.-d Ayvr that tOh 1i. MInish i .nd bowels. Guaranteed by Tydings & Co.,'
mid atr ele work. Between the l leading tI th. '-- Mi .li,n< y road. .lruggists. Price 25 cents. THAT'S IT
a=s of 40 to S a perfect eye should u;p,.n \n. ih th.- it ...-ti,.n ..f ,tid road Cough your self Into a fit of spasms
nfed glesse at this age to relieve them "- gr.:Inte.di I. t !.i l.. til- ..arl. to be A GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION and then wonder why you don't get
fnom the troin when ued for close or lI",, ,I] .,. hn, n -t a ,int n.-ar *- If you are looking for a good bust- well. If you wUill only try a bottle of
mer work. Many young people need E N i'..-- s as ,,h mi nt the. ness proposition, call on F. W. Ditto. Ballard's Horehould Syrup your cough
: no l s to dir- sit as t miss a hill. will be & thing of the past. It Is a
glasses early life to riee the and i said rad in h-tt*r -ndition. When you have a cough or cold do positive cure for coughs, Influenza.
Wi o f eyestrain, which is and that he is r-ird t. on said not ask some one what is good for it. bronchitis and all pulmonary diseases.
the oease of 75 per cent. of all head- road as -r lthe s:- ifiatilons, as there is danger in taking some n-. One bottle will convince you-at your
ashes. Jt thi-k: It has been proveo- pttlling it in as g ,.,d cornditin as the known preparation. Foley's Honey and I druggist, 25c., 50c. and $1. Sold by the
by e -net theritis that 3 people rokad. rem-ovin sltUmt'. roots., Tar cures coughs, colds and prevents Anti-Monopoly D-ugtore.
.. ....t s* ---riti- that 3Peple r,-r'ks an-i other hsiru'ti,.ns pneumonia. The genuine Is In a yel-
eA of every 4 that have headaches Vh-r-as it hahs h'-e -i hr rh t, th.Ipneumonia" The genuine is in a yel-
hve df eivey 4 that h s hare thes o h-f tf habord thati1.n 1. lnd low package. Refuse substitutes. Sold Mast masks, meeks. We have
ve d tv ey GeIth are the ,i,*S the a 'ard that i sandallcross. by all druggists., them. The Poetofhce Drugstore.
riiiray, -eau they CORRECT the' xv 'hse tams are haulint Io,, a-ross-
eed, they CORRECT the t auu way at (rahanmille ft-rr
DEFECTS. Whon properly fitted them r.otinutusly knocking Ith. ctause-%\a.
is me ee s train. Whom you get reacy j Sb rlieved Of t hndache CS th"- saidl r:.. it as .,r'lerel that the A LEN / B R ID G ES
nd am m _I ma a specialty of eoar- :--erk of thi- c,>urt ie and li h, is here-,
.. by dir,-ct,-d to notify the said P. T.
testing eyes where othasre fail. Satis- nial tat in t*cti Somguarntaad, or money refund- 'are not re,-air-d at on-ce. and that in' -
ed. My raferemses are those that I as.e *f further dainag, to said cause- P ur Ice C- a m Ma CO dU4--n
blve fied \nay by his itams as aforesaid, and if it _a -- _, .

DR. M. BONEY I the said ree. Specialist. Optical Parlor. ,paired ,ly him that ,rst-cuti.,n will FaD Lhne of alt -p --- CIgA-.
e S Optice instituted against the said P. T.
Sad 4 ary u ldgOcala~. Fla. nall. as is in such cases provided Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream.under
by law.
Mr. A -.askin appeared before the electric fans. Don't forget the place.
thet. lui-,' -half of a widow. Mrs.
THE tn n it was ordered that LLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM PA
the r. f* p. r month' be and the
same i ai.roprinted f.,r the Next to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank.
JI LI[L saiK d r '.and Commilsioner
Turner l. :in.! hI is her-by appointed
Sa s na-m o.-,. ,>f ,one to investigate
V& 16 of tht in r .m-- roi-, rt teo this board
at it '. X: r--. r e' ting.
S. W'Vh> a.';a \V,:&.tor Ray. wvho has a very
large, ts fori seutitn 23 and ad- w e A xw fo r
Joining itvnship 15. iIang., 2(. has nit r
P1A DIAMONDS. !a sufficient water supply fr his stock
RINOS. WATCHES. thlreon. and is the #ou ncr of the neti ,
& OBM RK f the nw%14 sec 33. tp 1-., r 20. which Be
has uil-n it two nevt-r failing ponds of B i s
CUAIM. CUT GLASS. water and which is s.eparated there-
FE CHINA. from by th( public- road known as Crib-
IADW IJ3R3IMAK I.-ts road. it was ordered that if the
^LSS" ^^'* '. We have put ia a f o Men'si
GUARAI iMW CLiOCKS eha teter eof said r,,ad. v hih'i4i be- wko
-And- twot- the tw." pieces of land. cannot de a S '
Abe at roglated that this board will pay fdilO s Shoe, Men's and
Wv .&%L LCARDS. for a uniin" across said r'a':Id from the' o e F, tA.
A.L KINDS OF REPAIRING. sertion u-ontaitmnirg his stock., with thei OyS ClOthing, G *ent's For-s l hing, Etc*
last mei tioned land. at a ros.t not to a
exx.d priVes an very Wta 8 eI Satis
Mr. Lightst-y appiaredl with his at-
OCALA. FLA torney. 3r. t iggs. -.0t h reference to fa ion g tata ted
Sthe account of Mr. Lichtsey s hereto- an
fore presented an l re-fused, for the ar- A- L T I i I A
rest of Richard Adanmv et al. and after' HE SAMPLE LOTHIN H AID SHOE f 0 s
consideration b% the board it was or- I
Sderedthat in li.u ,,f said an count for Montezuma Bloc'c, Bloom & Foor, Proprietors. Ocala, Florida.
A Choice Stock ,17 that a warran: It. -awn f,.r $125 1,itI
a a compt-nsatioin in ptementItr. full
Of Fresh Beet, Pork o"f 'u"n "." iUIn aFnUnt ranI fI UI
The petition having been grant d for
a road leading from Like Weir. the
And Mutt following pers.ts were lt hinted as
a 'omn itt,-fi to lay out saii r.lad. viz:
Vegetables, Fruits. Po:I try, .' J. Snith. R L Marali and George
Russell. that hae
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and County Farm It t. ro
Choice Fresh Farnil) Gruc Mr. Lng the-reu p"n r. ad I report Out of the F tni tft D= i 1aa. We
ries, always un hand from rf the poor farm. whic-h is as follows: are here to stay ad h e e mmcly
To the Ioard of C' .unty i onintils-
which to do your marketing. s t.ioers of .Marn n .o untv. G-N. Gentlv- fme bargatsM to o i iln FUhhIMfl E ad 1an
Send or bring us your or n Iisi, e kinsof HOUSE FUeHI S o 'ew and
10~et h and foun.1tlith intl itt-!e in usual
ders and tLey "will have health The prompt attention da.s and then departed.. Fivo barrels secondhand.
rr t of extra fine ss rup 'was pt up and Ow holiay li ut I i n cOntinm
W iE SMIT H ,.,early two barr-s- ha .it- l>,in l hold at 2a1 .
W E. SMITH. for,. cent* po gall ,. The friends of may goodrat I G e
the poor falrm doubtless .n.sume, in .f
No. 98 North Magnolia St. Ichewing cane. drinking juice and in a an 11- We wS sW yw _My_
satopling syrup. one barrel of syrup.
Phone 1 2Eighteen meat hug.s wer. slaughtered
N ,,. rd. v h.hih nt pounds.
4.0 pounds of !.tr and :p5,, pounds of; ._ P I S R N

sausage meat -' -r put up. T'e0 pounds
SGCLi of hams keretr atd in the cold stor-
age plant.
J. F. WILLIAMSON. Prp. T*, fine, ni.'-h o',s- with young
ca'a.v- es cu-t 'ut ,*f the- c''w lot and died
-We EMac a p.-sely *of Ladie Skirts from an over gaug,- ,f warmn juice
nj (I^ from thte kttit- lhat ha-i l'en shinnmmed.
N a o baKids is found f,-r this.
ateste e- M tl-AlI Goods Prosed There are -v. rail hea I of c.ttile left.
d Cleamed mn Short Notice and De.- The p-''at, crop is beingg dug andl
liivema Pro^IRy. hauled. The crop w.xas cut short by
the dry weather, but enousch has been
*PHONE 16T7 Imade f.or theus, of th.e far:-m WVhi'e
.th-e vegetables have l bc'ln tunte-l by
Al trafnitset eork not called for the long ontinus-, drolu:h. .n,.ug'h are
_...**.- n -i ..s 1^ r a ,, .;eft for table zus,.



Succes to S. A STAHLET & CO.

Full Stock of Wagons,
Saddlery and all the

Carriages, Buggie
Accompanying Li



s, Harness,


A Scarcity of Engines is the Real
Reason Why Freight is So
Direwly Delayed
(Tampa Times, 6th.)
The question of handling freight now
preseas the problem that is becoming
serious, both to shippers and to trans-
postation men. Many shippers are loud
in their complaints about the failure
of the railroads to handle freight of-
fered to them.
In discussing this question a few
days ago a large shipper stated that
it was not a question of shortage of
cars with the railroads, but a shortage
ot locomotives to handle the cars. He
saiold that the Florida railroads had,
plenty of cars to handle their freight
business with. but that they would not
place these cars to be loaded, because
they could not move them, hence would
not lay themselves liable by allowing
cars to be loaded when they could not
move them to market.
The gentleman said that a short
while ago he had two thousand bar-
rels of rosin and the price went up to
$7.50 a barrel, and he desired very
much to ship his holdings and sell it.
The railroads would not furnish him
with cars because they did not have
the locomotive power to move the
cars. He lost heavily by his failure
to get his product to market. The price
went down and then back to $7 again.
but he was still unable to get his
product to market.
He declared that he knew these con-
ditions to exist because he had care-
fully investigated the matter and had
learned the facts. While the losses
fall heavily upon the shippers who are
thus held up. yet from this explana-
tion it would seem that the railroads
are not really to blame. They are se-
curing additional motive power as fast
as the factories can turn it out, and
beyond this they can do nothing to re-
lieve the present situation. The roads
themselves are losing heavily by this
situation, because they lose the freight
revenues they would otherwise get if
they were able to handle the goods.
So it would seem that the railroads
have troubles of their own, as well
as the common herd.
There is no other medicine manufac-
tuerd that has received so much praise
and so many expressions of gratitude
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
is effective and prompt relief follows
Its use. Grateful parents everywhere
do not hesitate to testify to its merits
for the benefit of others. It is a cer-
tain cure for croup and will prevent
the attack if given at the first appear-
ance of the disease. It is especially
adapted to children as it is pleasant
to take and contains nothing injurious.
Mr. E. A. Humphreys, a well known
resident and clerk in the store of Mr.
E. Locke, of Alice, Cape Colony. South
Africa, says: "I have used Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy to ward off
coup and colds in my family. I found
it to be very satisfactory and it gives
me pleasure to recommend it." For
sale by all druggists.
Messrs. Tompkins and Nichols re-
ceived another carload of fine Tennes-
see horses and mules this week, and
the animals may be seen at the stables
north of the square. Mr. Tompkins
says the stock Is as fine as he has
seen in many a day, and cordially in-
vites all lovers of good horse and mule
flesh to come and take a look at them.
Pardoning Board Gives Them More
Time and Will Ask the Governor
to Commute Their Sentenee
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 7.-Milton and
Jesse Rawlin. will not hang today,
despite the fact that the court haa
fixed today as the date for their ex-
These two young men were under a
sentence to hang today for participa-
tion in the murder of the Carter chil-
dren. but yesterday the Georgia prison
board granted them a reprieve.
The crime for which these men are
convicted and sentenced to hang was
the same for wmch their father. Rev.
J. C. awling.l and Alf Moore, the lat-
ter a negro, were convicted, sentenced

and hanged on last Tuesday at Val-
dosta. The crime was the murder of
tlh Carter children eighteen months
The board yesterday decided to com-
mute the death sentence to that of
life imprisonment, and will make this
recommendation to the governor who
will undoubtedly approve of the find-
ings of the board.
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Phllipine.. health was the most,
important --onsideration. Willis T.
Morton. retired Commissary Sergeant
C. S. A.. of Rural Route 1, Concord.
N. H. says: "I was two years in
Cuba and two year in the Philip-
pines. and being subje' .- i c'lds,. took
Dr. King's New Discwe.ry for Con-
sumpt',on. which kept me in perfect
health. And now, in New Hampshire,
we find it the best medicine In the
world for coughs and colds, bronchial
troubles, and all lung diseases Guar-
anteed at Tvdinas & Co.'s drug store.

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When you wisk to 6buy uaM -
Office, no matter hat b
little, we cam help you do the i
Mammoth Stock to select frm a nd ezAe i
men to help you, we can adely supp lyr


We carry a complete line, frhm the Ki. to
Parlor. We can put in the Kaohm V M
and furnamish all that is bneded febr rm --
everything that is neee for the Dli BI. -
the Silver; for the Pador or Hall,. fa th -M -A
we have all that you wi!l need, in*M tile Blht.a
ing. Linen, the Covering for the Flowrsi-dw ft]s
for the Wall& We also carry Cm-pis_. F--
for the Offlie.

Call on, or write, us and get our m p m wk~ i

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Are Well Equipped With eO Me*0 S0Wed Ml h...e md a. b '&* .
chinery and Teos kfo Debig at lesft dO Mee X6 @0 4
A Specialty Ma of t_ atthel-m-d i-ft ma.
Marine ap4 Stationery fEngmae of Light ...sep-uh, -" P "
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Agents for the Meereb wSN ketl, them @damt OwS & % -
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t. L. ITTINGER a CO. -i theS d-.
,---- tla, w aly hoath is lhastety
C. 'L. sittinger and CarrUell ied the o wgenerlthat w
dises of the deafeale aemayl aas
Proprietors and PubUshers. re cured the whoe body tga he
-_ and uugUth. For weakr ad sickly
C i l`l*`-EB9 SWeo who an 1worn-out," "rua-down
C. L- BITTNGER. or debilitated. ily for wo who
Editr and General Manager work ti Uaore or schootrooem, who
sit at the typewriter or sewing a i.
or bear beavy hou ehol isboid and fo
R. R. CARROLl., aursialntg j r. Pierce's Tamrit
*&,- ,wo-i--- .. a prde
City Edwer and Busres Mamager. benett ecaw obft ea
and strength-giving powers.
Asa soothing ana streocthernlug uwv-
A STATEMENT I e. -Favorite P er ilpt on i
__ equaled and Is InvalIuable in allayna
Th nr-- ... y m subdul* nervous ei blity. Iritab-
T .nr,- .,... A .- j--Ity nervous exhaustion. nervous pro -
places .*fh' 1' c: .r Mr -a-ter- tion. neurala, sEystersia, smm. chore,
lirg, or br th. r. a . t!oug h it or btL Vltus daXUoe, ad oterdistr
w. pOl. r. '" ,: ,-. or. ",' f- nervous symptoms commonly attumdant
fl<. dr@'s '" %"7r-- M E c. UPOU fuctm O! 1and oramle disease of
ing, ma.- ..r .. .r Ha- the womanly orgns. Itldueces refresh-
'- 'Eha, : a Hdu.-ore ing S and relieves ental anxiety and
S ,a-, r . ;,-. a p,. d.
in th rr-rr. ty the 1's- nCure ob ae eaa. *Pavrite Pr-
ton Storr. sr,.rr *-*-. a w- -k be- cription is a posiivecure for the most
forer the S,'-r r,"' ;-.. -.,! ".staiemnen om1icatied and obstinate casts of f"e-
saying tht Er o: "re-n cr maie weakness,." painful prod, Irre -
s ".t at w .. l .. -- ", a laritles. prolapis or failing of the pvie
store, and at t.- hf had not ortans. weak bck, bearinC-down ensw-
arranged to do to. nor had he er-ascd un' chronic acogsbton, ing-ow-atnon-
the store: in other words. he d;d not and Uiceratica.
intend to do Eo at the time that Mr. Dr. Pierce's mediane areade ma r
Hairn spol-e to him. Surely the Ban- I harem but effident medical roots
r.r k'-u tt a ek- of t*i. oftn f found grwing In our American foremts.
r.t.r knows tkhat a week of time often The landia-= knew of the marvelous ut&-
Lrings f ,rth ,nar.y changes. Utve value of some of their roots imsa l.-
parted that knowledge to some of the
BOARD OF TRADE IS IN EARNEST frendlier whites, and gradually some of
__ the more progreive pyiclaas came to
The m-ee-..nor -a of T a of trade test and use them. and ever sinte they
The e ..ti.. r. of thc of .r... have grown in favor by reason of thelr
and ctn h unc room superior curative virtues and their safe
y.,tqi.l:v af;ei rn rear the report and harmless qualities.
of ih, <.,r~ i',-C ,n rhian and scope.' Yourdruggistaselltb,'FAvofT Pua-
was a'r. nild t: a g..,-l number of *Caprox and also that famous altera-
r--r--nti- ,.-it7t- amrnoK them tive,blood urifier and stomach tonc the
being M-. ,Murr,, >- rhm..s.. H to Dr.Pierceabout yourcame. He is ai.
der. Strau... Tij.,r. ,rown. Carrol, experiencephysclan and will treat your
Harris. Mfffert. 'romYr. G;aiiskill, of Mc- case as confidential and without eM
itosLh. Teaguef. (Giig. Martin, Ander- for ofen oniraAt Addn h bl atte
son and Duncan President Munroe Invalids Hd a r1l msut
catled the meeting to order and, in the Untffl, N. I. N f w of as u' m
bL f. -f heUaP_. .. ka.r d* %5 s Mr ein hfai a

a*Uence or t e secretary, aea mr. .m
R. Carroll to act in that capacity. The
name of Mr. Edward Holder was pro-
posed for in*-mberrhip and he was


promptly elected. One of the most complete and attrac-
A number of r.-srpornse were reported tive stock of fine. up to date Jewelry,
from the circular l-tt,-r the board had in the city is now on display at our
sent out to different towns on the A. C. store. We may not have the largest
I. railroad, asking their cooperation or finest looking store in the country.
in forcing the. rallroa.d to give the state but we assure you that we have the
better s-ervicv. both passenger and j goods, the very best goods and the very
fr -ight. The committee, fell very much lowest prices
gratified at the responses and expect a Be sure that you call and look over
great many more in a few days. as the our line of solid and plated silver, cut
letters have only been out a few days. glass and china, watches, clocks, pins,
Throw that e-re ;resent-l at this,rings, bracelets, charms and emblems
rsef-ting wre as foil,.ws: Ocala, with of afl kinds, before you make your
170 nain-s. Lakeland. S5: Floral City. Christmas purchases.
23; Wauchula. 14, Eustis. 28; Trilby. Fred G. B. Welhe. Jeweler,
12, Newberry. S.; Willist.n. 16; Inver- South Side of Public Square.
news, 56: Dunnellon, 32: Holder. 14;
istachatta. 9: St Petersburg. 44; Bar- ORANGES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
ton,. "; Lakeland and Arcadia, 94; o fr HL d
Frt Myeris t,. and hil. the board Choice fruit carefully selected for
v ~" in sP.sion Mr. D. S. Woodrow the holiday trade. Assorted oranges
Si:r'-d from, Leer-burr that the citizens and tangerines itf desired from the
of that tonn were heartily in accord Howard groves, at $2.25 f. o. b. Au-
Sith the movPv.vtent. Crystal River burndale. Address. E. M. Howard,

Pent in a g ,,d pe-ti tion after the meet- eitner Auournoale or cali.
irie had be,.-n adjourned.
.v. -rai long pttitiin were also re- LADIES ALLIGATOR
ce:~'.v. .gn,-d on trains by traveling CHATELAINE BAGS

Fi.'estne-n of the state. Mr. Munroe of
i!e t,,niniitle. stated tha t the corn-
r:iil,"-' would like tij te continued, that
th:ey had only jus-t got well into har-
n- :." ,i.l ly.
M-. Strauss offered the following
r< *'tl'n, thi,-h w:t adoltopd:
Le. ,,led. That the report of the
f **;I' 'te on plan and scope be accept-
ed bti'i lii'.: f-,r irf ,.iatlon aPd the
,ini-n ltt- er to solicit subscriptioins and incur
all nece.-iary expenses. including the
employ i ng of legal counsel, and to take
pu-h -fulther steps as they may deem
proper. and to report in full at a meet-

We have a small, but strictly up to
date, line of ladles' chatelaine bags in
alligator and other leathers, different
sizes and colors.
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
Health is conceded to be the most
precious Jewel in the crown or life, and
within the secrecy of your own home
you can secure perfect health. No
matter what the ills, paralysis, rheu-
matism. neuralgia, nervousness and
female disabilities, they can be reliev-
ed by stimulating the circulation and
relaxing muscular and nervous ten-

ing to tb. called later. sion. No drug, or any thing of the
Mr. C'rom suggested that the board kind need be used. Simply restore the
of trrde have a mra!l pamphlet about system to normal condition. If care-
th. city printed for general distribu- fully followed and applied "Magnetic
tlon. especially to end in answer to Massage" equalizes the circulation
inquiries. and the mait-r was referred and the nervous forces, thus enabling
to the committee on Advertisinc. them to throw off disease. Each ap-
Mr. Thag ard su!rio-sted that some plication makes the person a better
m.-surc shouhl I. t'ikf-zi looking to- and stronger man or woman.
ward,'1 the cntcrtaniri.o-n; of the mem- I have opened a "Magnetic Mas-
bc< of t, h.- lijrijit bl.ards of trade, sage" parlors at No. 54, Fort King
v ,n ti h stat- ,.oard ot trade meets In avenue, Ocala, Fla., where I will ap-
tl.1. city on Jan. IC. The matter was pl)" or instruct in the art of "Magnetic
referred to the executive committee, Massage." or I will call at private
with instructions to report at the next houses and give such instruction or
meeting. apply such massage, and explain the
I'pon motion of Mr. Chambliss a benefits thereof. Office and consulta-
ccmmittee composted of Messrs. R. L ltion rooms at above address. Consul-
Anderson, E P Thagard and Edward station free. Office hours, 11 a. m. to
holder as.s appointe-d by the cbair to 2 p. m. Call or w Ite. Mrs. Jennie
go before the cit) council to request Whitfield, No. 54, Fort King Avenue,
the council to pass an ordinance re- Ocala. Fla.
quiring the A C. L. railroad to stop .
using the O sscola street track, be-
tween Oklaahaui and Fort King ave- I
nue. as a siding for c:rs. and to place AVID So WOODROW
either fIagmen o- gates at the Fort I WO I S
King and t*klawaha cro.-sings.
Mr t'hanibliss thought that the re-
ports ,f this anid similar meetings REAL ESTATE
should e advertis.1e in the New York
financial paper, as it would probably
do more towards bettering the condi- PHOSPHATE LANDS A
tion than anything else that could be
done. by the way of letting people who SPFr-IAI-TY.
own bonds of the road. know just how
the property was being operated. Mr. 'ROXO 31, HOLDER BLOCK
Holder thought that the present
schedules on the passengft trains cut OCALA, FLOBIDA.
down Ocala business to a vcry large
degree. In the case of shoppers com-
ing to town the men never knew that PHOSPHATE LANDS
they. could get back the same day, or
the riothers that they could get back Either in hard roca or pebble region.
to their children that night. The re- If developed I can sell them for you.
sult is that they trade with Seigel if not developed. I can have the work-
Cooper & Co., Montgomery Ward. Sears done for you.
Roebuck. etc. i have the following to offer in
Mr. Anderson thought that a great Ocala city property:
mass meeting of business men and
citizens from all parts of the state, to ZBUTT PRU-IK LY
meet in Ocala or some o'her central
point, brought in by special trains The northwest corner lot, 29 feet
hired by the Ocala board of trade, to facing Magnolia street and 84 feet on
meet and protest against the service North First street, facing the govern-
the state is getting in thc railroad line, ment building site, is still unsold; also
would do more than anything that the lot immediately south of it, 28
could be done. The committee on plan feet by 84 feet.
a*A scope was instructed to discuss ALLRED HOTEL
this matter and look into it. ALLRED HOTL
Ma. -- L.- 1 ... ..-.m. *^ .w.A. t mtusd lrnrnai&tel nAorth of the


en little lodemen went out to aba,
A cocktail killed a Mwabefhs a I thM
there were aoe.

K. H.

Ocala Test 1A. 14,
K. O. T. L M., wffl hold W .
its regular semi-monthly mmit at
Tonge's Hall Wednesday evening, De-
cember 12. G. W. Martin, I. K.
T. D. Bryan, Commander.
Nine little lodgemen drunk their tate,
Down went an Odd Fellow, and then
there were eight.

Tulula Lodge. No. 22. L 0. 0. F.
meets every Tuesday evening In
Yonge's HalL
Election of Officers
The last meeting night of this mouth
being on Christmas night, same has
been called In, and election of oftcers
will be held on Tuesday night, the
18th last. A full attendance is urgent-
ly requested. E. Jeffords, N. 0.
W. E. Bryant, Secretary.
Eight little lodgemen thought they
were in heaven.
A small bottle fixed a Forester, and
then there were seven.
Seven little lodgemen playing funny
Another cork; a Red Man, and then
there were six.
Six little lodgemen trying to boose and
The next fixed a Woodman. and then
there were five.

1161iS Co M
NO. 14
Regular monthly meeting of the
Woodmen of the World will be held at
Yonge's Hall, Friday evening. Dec. 14.
All members specially requested to at-
tend, as annual election of officers will
be held that evening.
N. L Gottlieb, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

Five little lodgemen, the others on the
A Malta Knight gave up the ghost, and
then there were four.
Four little lodgemen on a lonely tea,
A Mason "got the habit," and then
there were three.

_s aM in a

SW asetlr
lik-f t lPoa U .
pw Neia KB a

ielo aUtsmt -y M

Cmns o r 6a l aw n iaiw
thOne of* the bet S amd p

I lta or i e time lemae on

property. T o op, and oW ner

Oa food re tosat for offeriBe it. pA-

drr- FI. W9 ittto.

And early to rise. makes one healthy,
happy and wise-eapeclally if you take
Herbine before retiring. A positive
cure for constipation, dyspepaia and all
liver comply r. -. Clum
Tena.. write: "I always keep a up-a

stipatio9 and all liver complaints, that
aN "Frm eoby.n

words can't express my apprecation.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstont.

Having sold out the arload of ea ne
horses any.d muleThs we received short
time ago. our Mr. Hugh Nichols has
one to market for another car ot fihyne

waptinp for, and we special you to come
and see them on their arrival.
Tompkins & Nichols.
We will et four engraved constipationd all
lry, cards, invtations, etc. done and
saply ove you money on d. Am so
Npleased with the andlie The best bcon-
teSold by the PoAnti-Mtofce Drugstoreugstore
test. The Poetoffice Drugstore.


Fe I L. me

' ~'/ I A regular communi-
cation of Marion-Dunn Lodge. No. It.
F. & A. M.. will be held In the temple.
Thursday evening. Dec. 20.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited.
N. L Gottlieb. W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Three little lodgemen around the brew,
Away rolled a Pythian, and then there
were two.

OCA LOUSE 10. 11

Conventions held every Monday at
7:30 p. m. Castle Hall over Peyser's
store. A cordial welcome to visiting
brothers. Jake Brown, L. C.
Chai. K. Sage, K. R. S.
Two little lodgemen pretty nearly done,
A Shriner couldn't stand the pace.
and then there was one.
One little lodgeman drinking alone,
He was an Elk and he took the whole
bunch home.

Notice of Sesiloneof
Ocala Ledge No. 151,
Benevolent and Pro-
tectiv Order of Elks.
Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th
tuesdays In each month. Visiting
brothers cordially invited.
Wm. Anderbon. Exalted Ruler.
David S. Williams. Secretary.
This Wi;I interest Dyspepti"l
The Anti-Monopoly Drustore will
give you back 60 cents (purchasing
price) if Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy
fails to relieve or cure dyspepsia or
Indigestion, or their symptoms, bad
breath, bad dreams, foul taste, consti-
pation, hawking, spitting, acid or gas
on the stomach, dizzy spells, heart
flutter, pains in the stomach, side or
back, extreme nervousness, belching.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when
all else falls. so don't be discouraged.
It strengthens weak stomach The
star of hope for all dyspeptics. Cures
the worst cases. Druggists or by ex-
press, 60c. Anti-Monopoly Drugstor'.
OcalaW Fla. Call or write.
Another Serious harge Brought
Against the Big Lumberman
Jacksonville, Fla, Dec. 7.-The Fed-
eral grand Jury returned an Indict-
ment under section 5525. RevIses Stat-
utes charging F. J. O'Hara with car-
rying a white man from Jacksonville
with intent to hold him as a slave.
Under the indictment the govern-
ment will need only to prove that the
man was held at labor against his
Under a peonage indictment it must
Drove that a man is held for debt.




9fi O Sa wm & Chimiss' Bak


Empty Feeling

When you have that "empty feeling"
a call on us will give immediate relIef.
We Call Your Attention to
Tip Top Ceffee... ... ... ...... 26
Blue Label Coff........... 25
eo. Mackerel, per kit.. ....... 1 50
Strained Honey, 1 gallon oans.. 1 25
Dr. Prieo's Wheat Celery..... 25
7 Bars Lenox Soap.... ... ... ... 25

Dutch Herring, Mackerel,
Cod Fish, Dried Herring,

French Sardines,


Clark Bros.
North of City Market



Udeitaklrs and Embalers

Fie Caskets and Burial Robes
All Werk Done by Lioensed Enm.
aiofero and Fully Ouaransed

Ce racto d Bhdu .

Plans and Speiftatione Furnished
UpO" R-eet

129 Sooth Third SWtet,
OcalaFIa. Phoe 1WO

A Big Load for $I

(C5otlaued ftrm ytt PAWl)

Bowrd therempeu ajoumui natl
Tuadmay morning at S flebcg
Tueday, Des0mlir 4h. 15M
or .a mei a mbern
It was ordered that the read ptn-
tion, asktg for read from Gores' land-
Mr. Turner reported that be -bd
found the Rureka ferry all right. e*-
eept that the lat needed cakn sad
he had arranged to have It dme.
J. N. Prickler. of Berlin wam reprt-
ed to the board asbeang In bad alth
and unable to work, in destitute cR-
ditton, and his friends asked the boatd
to furaish him with LtamIspOtLatio to
a sister living in the state of Illinois,
who had agred to lre for him. It
was ascertained th a ticket to mid
place would coat 33. J. D. Ferguson
and others agreed to raise $12 by pri-
vate subscription, provided the board
would allow $20. Whereupon it was
ordered that a warrant be drawn In

favor of J. D. Ferguson for SO, the
said Ferguson agreeing to purchaA
the ticket for Mr. Pickier.
Application for permit to sen liquors.
wines and beer in election district 26o.
24, Donnellon, being in proper form,
was ordered filed and the clerk direct-
ed to give proper notice for the same.
Pension application of Mrs. J. P.
Moore, being in proper form, the same
was approved.
Bonds to carry firearms were ap.-3v-
ed as follows: L M. Luffman. J. L.
Smith, W. J. Morrison, I. E Man-
grum, 0. P. Hood, Chas. E. Ball, and
licenses ordered issued. Bond of L. V.
IWlar was refused on the ground that
the applicant was under twenty-one
years of age.
The following bonds were approv-
ed: M. B. Cameron. constable, district
No. 22; S. A. Bullock. Justice of the
peace, district No. 1; A. L Perry. con-
stable, district No. 24; L. Hopkinsi
Justice of the peace, district No. 21;
F. P. Lightsey, constable, district No.
21; C. J. Smith, Justice of the peace,
district No. 9: D. R. Zetrouer, Justice
of the peace, district No. 22; C.. W.
Smith, constable, district No. 1; J. P.
Pedrick, mark and brand Inspector,
district No. 5.
W. H. Clifton, bondsman of J. E.
Boyt, appeared and asked to be reliev-
ed from the bond of J. E. Boyt, which
was granted and the clerk directed to
notify the said Boyt that it would be
necessary for him to give bond again
for the carrying of his gun.
It was ordered that a vote of thanks
be and the same is hereby extended
tq Mr Chambliss for a fine short horn
bull donated to the poor farm.
Bond of E. L. Carney. tax collector.
was approved with sureties as follows:
D. W. Davis, $5000; T. T. Munroe,
$2500; J. M. Meffert, $5000; Walter
Ray, $5000; Z. C. Chambliss, $2500; J.
D. Robertson. $2500; D. A. Clark, $5000; I
E. C. McLeod, $5000; J. B. Malloy,
$2500; total. $35,000.
Bond of D. L. Grantham, Justice of
district No. 26, with J. W. Luffman and
J. E. Thomas, sureties, was approved.
Bond of County Treasurer T. E. Pas-
teur was approved with the following
sureties: E. C. Smith, $5000; T. T.
Munroe. $2500; Z C. Chambliss, $2500:
R. S. Hall, 42000; J. N. Tiller, $1000;
J. C. Boozer, $2000; Chas V. Miller.
$2000:; J. B. Martin, $2000; J. D. Rob-
ertson. $2500; J. B. Malloy. $2500; John
Pasteur., $1000; Louis E. Lang, $2000;
Louis Horne, $3000; total. $80,0000.
The application of J. E. Pope was re-
ceived asking that the board relieve
him of paying poll taxes, on account
of he being a cripple. The said request
was refused by the board on the
grounds that they have no jurisdiction
in the matter.
Board thereupon adjourned until
Wednesday morning, Dec. 5th, at nine
Mr. E. G. Case. a mail carrier of
Canton Center, Conn., who has been in
the U. S. service for about 16 year
says: "We have txied many cough
medicines for croup, but Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy is king of all
and one to be relied upon every time.
We also find It the best remedy for
coughs and colds, giving certain re-
sults and leaving no bad effects." For
sale by all druggists.

I have on display a splendid line of
sterling silver knives, forks and spoons.
You are cordially invited to come in
and see the goods.
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
Foraker's Statement, Though Not So
Intended, is Likely the Simple
Washington, Dec. 7.-The senate
adopted the Penrose resolution, re-
questing the president to send Infor-
mation regarding the discharge of the
negroes of the Twenty-fifth. Infantry;
also the Foraker resolution, directing
the secretary of war to seed all the
information in the possession of his
department on the same subject.
Mr. Foraker claimed if the president
could dismiss a company, he had the
same right to dismiss a brigadier gen-
eral, or the entire army.
Morgan Talks
Senator Morgan yesterday addressed
the senate on his resolution giving the
Panama commission control of the
Panama railroad.
Six-Year Terms
A term of six years for the president
and vice-pres:dent of the United States
was proposed by Senator Cullom, In a,
Joint resolution providing for an
amendment to the constiton, also
that these officers be not eligible for
The nomination of Herbert G.
Squires, of New York. as minister to
Panama, was confirmed by the senate.


We ke bawb re no"-
hold a big lut'a -ALI-~
large cz ua 1W u


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Is modest.'but peptwg~ahty4M|

ofeus eve-y fritia '

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now t ft h Tim I* a" Tow

Men's Overcoats,
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Long and Shin Coats m

Heavy Uadnr-m


MN Fshers





We are Equipped to do the Very Best Wok aa 'l *0 a

the Laet and Best

TChapel and Undertakiug P0r1or IIIAn Ml
Chapel and Undertaking Parlors Corner Nab f H

Oklawaha Avernu



Day Phone, No. 10; Night Phaoe, No. 19i.

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I have bought the Fort King Gro9ery a"d
ed it with a complete, fresh line of Stp. "
Fancy Groceries for the family trade.I wWll
only the freshest and best goods to be h, ai
will guarantee to sell them to you is b. .
one in the city. Country produe bought i -
and fruits and baker's bread will be put I t I ft *
days. Give me a share of your tade sad if
goods, courteous treatment and low prF I '.m/-
continuance of it, you will nmtinUe to i falt 'Zt
me. z u


Corner Fort King Ave. and Atlantic Coit JmMV" .


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Bearvers m

Monday Dc. 1Elks mee
AOdd FhRlk

At the Volrietv tnre m

(Il UUlwd IIwt]j0 UI %

We will put on sale

Dolls, Animals, Ircn

Toys, Steam


Mechanical Toys, Fnrniture, Drums,

Pianos, Stoves,

Magic Lanterns,

Horns, Lamps, Tea Sets,

Tool Boxes, Etc.,

All Will Be Sold at

24 Cents







Variety Store


It's a little early, but our fall stock is

aivig daily, and we arz in a position to

save yor money.

All we ask is a few

miaste of yur valuable time to show

yo tfatoghl ou stock.


Lboa Beds, $2.50 up.

Sideboatds $ 1.50 up.

Chna Closets, $15 and up.



C. V. ROBE.9lS.

The East Florida Telephone Company


Ocala Telephone Company

Crystal River.
Ev nston.
Fort White.
Garden Grove.

G.d ii r :-vle.
Grove Park.
lawt horne.
High Srings.
M canopy.
M,, n.
N. berry.

Orange Lake.
Rock Springs.
Rocky PoinL
Scrub Still.
Silver Springs.
Spring Park.
Worthington Springs.
Etc.. etc.. etc.

Fer Rates Apply to the Ocala Telephone Company.

Mr. and b
p.. are at t
Wood, wo
from B. E
Don't wait
Mr. J. a.
the Ocala 1
We are
books and s
Ocala News
Mr C. O
drug sales
See those
sideboards i
Mr. A. M
the Ocala I
We make
be had auyi
pleasure. T
H. B. Sm
at the OcalI
The fines
tionery we I
display at I
The Ocal
a better bu
season under
No! Huyl
vanced in pi
as cheap as
A fresh sup
Mr. P. L
a guest at i
A new lin
hundred dil
price desire
S. H. Gal
the city laI
returned ho
We have
riot's atindr

up-to-date !n the city. Tydings & Co.
Mr. Harry Precht has returned from
a visit to Atlanta.
We want your prescription business
and are better prepared than ever to
take care of it. Tydings & Co.
Mr. Alfred Ayer, of McIntosh. was In
the city today, looking after tax assess-
ing matters.
Our winter stock of rugs, art squares
and mattings is said to be the finest
ever shown in Ocals. Melver & Mac-
W. B. Galagher, of Tampa, a pop-
Sular traveling man, Is In the cltj and a
l guest of the Ocala House.
Do you want the most comfortable
pla#e In the state to board, for the
money it will cost you? If so, come to
CoL Shipman's Montezuma hoteL
Mr. and Mrs. M. Strauss and their
little daughter will leave Sunday for
their new home In Cincinnati.
We are headquarters for all kinds of
stationery. Come and see us when In
need of any. The Postoffice Drug-
Henry M. Flagler, wife anfl friends
arrived in Jacksonville from New York
yesterday. He will spend a short time
In St. Augustine, when he will proceed
to his winter home at Palm Beach.
A Christmas box of perfume makes
a nice gift. We have a large line to
show. The Postoffice Drugstore.
Rev. J. P. Hilburn of LAve Oak was
in town today, renewing old friend-
The Ocala News Company Is opening
an elegant advance line of holiday chi-
na, in all of the most beautiful domes-
tic and imported goods. The line Is
the largest, the most expensive and
the best selection they have ever car-

We are displaying a magnificent line
o. screens, in all sizes, styles and
makes. Melver & MacKay.
Mr. M. H. Baam. of the Oiford Crate
Co., at Crystal River, went up to Jack-:
sonville yesterday to meetIls. wife and
daughter, who returned to Crystal
River with him. ; ,


a8m Upstairs, Cemurctl Bak i'g
Ter.C Ca4.

Electrical Supplies.
I have a well selected stock
of Electric Fans, in both the

E. T. Phelps of Philadelphia, is at General Electric Co. and the

the Montezuma.
The finest line of soaps, toilet pow-
ders, etc., in the city, and the finest
lOc. soap on the market. Tydings &
A full line of Dennison's crepe and
plain tissue paper, Japanese napkins
and lunch sets, at the Postofflce -.rug-
L L. Home, of York, is at the Mont-
Office supplies of all kinds, and
blanks a specialty, at the Ocala News
W. D. McDonald. of Inverneis, Is at
the Montezuma.
The largest line of cut glass we have
ever shown. The goods are right and
the price righter. The postotfice Drug-

You get your moneys worth at the
Ocala News Comuany. and a coupon

Westinghouse make. The lat-
ter cost a little more, but re-
quire less current to. operate
them. I also carry in stock
Fancy Globes, high, Low
Lights, etc.
All kinds of electrical work
andrpaitiiig a&,af ieaiwon-
able prices, under a full guar.
antee. If your lights are out
of fix, or you need wiring
done, phone to No. 222.
Water Tucker.

Hunnicntt's oodyard


Mr. Robert T. Adams, of this city,
son of Mrs. Dorothy C. Edwards, was
married last evening at 8 o'clock, to,,
* Miss Nellie Carpenter, at the home of
the bride's parents in Elkader, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Adans will-visit Chicago.
St. Louis and some of the other west-
ern cities for a few days, and will at-
rive In Ocala about the 15th. The
wedding was a very quiet home affair,
only the immediate family of the bride
being present. The young couple will
make- their home at the Ocala House,
where Mr. Adams is assisting in the
management of the hotel, as well as
filling the position of city ticket agent
for the A. C. L. railroad, whose office
Is in the hotel

Messrs. J. 1. Smoak, Louis Lank D.
S. Anderson and Leland Smoak drove
out to the big scrub, 20 miles east of
,Ocala. Wednesday afterndon and spent
the day yesterday deer hunting. The
hunt was a most.successful one, and
a wagon load of deer was brought
into the city early this morning. One
of the most unusual sights ever seen
on the streets since the days of the
olden times, when deer roamed the
forests so plentifully, was the sight of
three huge deer in Mr. Smoak's two-
horse wagon, which he drove through
town, to the envy of all hunters who
saw it.
Mr. Leland Smoak. the young son of
the "Champion Hunter," killed the
largest of the three, a noble buck, with
the finest head of antlerp that we have
ever seen. To. Mr. D. S. Anderson, the
popular manager of the Ocala Iron.
Works, fell the honor of bringing down
the other two, one of which was also
a huge buck, with spreading antlers.
'The other one was a medium sized,
spike horned buck.
These deer were the first Mr. An-
derson had ever seen wild in the woods
and his success was remarkable. He
killed them both with a shotgun. Mr.
Leland Smoak shot his huge buck with
a shotgun also. while it was running
from him. He broke him down in the
hips and hft father finished hinrt with
his rifle.
Don't forget the city election next
Tuesday.' There will be elected a may-
or. Major L. T. Izlar being the only
candidate. A councilman from the
first ward, Mr. John D. Robertson be-
ing the only candidate. A councilman
from the second ward, Mr. C. Rhein-
aug being. the only candidate. A
councilman froni the third ward. Mr.
H. C. Grovts and Mr. J. W. Crosb. be-
ing candidates. A councilman from the
fourth ward. Mr. Q. A. Carmichael be-
ing, the only candidate.

Saturday. Dec: 8th. will be' the feast
of the Immaculate Conception of the
Blessed Virgin Pat:oness of the United-
States. Divine service will be held
at 9 a .m. All faithful Christians are
Invited for the occasion, especially
those good people who trust that the
mother of God can obtain from her
Divine Son the blessings which we
stand more in need of, such as a good

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wt" )CAE. iw PWiB. as, a&, -FOR V 4IT41E BELLES
they eamltI rmesea 4he 'aws e. the 4a-
eet this evening. euase ae-k rb a bt.milw. L -..t evening the home of Mr. _ad
tional dM ee, I sa et io Mr. <. J. rPhilup S o oual TIM
t Tuesday eveanin. you mst. take latermin -o ei stre., as thee of one t ttee4
Hall's Catarrb Crae is tta taternaily M 9 i tM oe tlhe e-
ws meet Tuesday night. and acts direcay Oa the bie4 and mn- . .ew o occaSon
cous surtaes. BaFs Cawrrh Cure j were Miss Bailey. of JacKson Miss.-
rT-A four w.Jm cottage a is not a quack d e-. .pre- and McCladg.l-.rt. o. Virgint ,
I. Apply to Dr. Was. AA- serad by ome c.tae best i and Mj-.Mlxon.The debuetaste. dage-
Bt in thi -u-"s -" retilar prtacriptioI.kk is atposedo were b jn roaghout the porch sad
Mrs. R. J. Knight. oft Tam- the best tooces knew%, caewith yard. T %c ptir.n hall was rich in
bhe Ocaa House. the best blood pfriers, actigi direct- It s s Pgr s and vines,
ly os the mucoms surfaces. -The per- we w F twtnei spilax be
od. Order yow stove wood feet combnatio of .e t%& e Vre used .or t)e doors and windows. Re-
L Seymour. Phot e 12. eats is what proidee' s ie* adnbrf.l ceMieng ere Mrs. T. EH Jotnarf. to a
natill freesiag weather. result in curing Catrr, SBd for. tylh gown of white with sIk linger
tas tft: waist: Mrs. C. C CarrolL In an >ecant
SHron. of Tamm. is at p* j. Cheney & Co., p oLed, 0 cration of blue crepe de cbee
Iouse. g1C)ja by ruggists, price Tak T e bUed with motifs of lace and Persan
Hales Family PllU for Wtiop. trimmings, and Mrs. S. T. Ststrrak.
headqurters for cbool . whose brunette beauty was enhanced
school supplies of anlkinds. "The itor of the Star 'to- by a blue crepe do chene with silver
Ck. day from St. Lmou, whers e a.tepded sparngld net about the corsage. The
oC the meetBing ofth Lueeixsctw.mnttee parlor was artisticaly arranged in
. Pox. the popular jyoun of the National Editorit AXsodation, pah'as. trailing tamboo and oft shaded
an, is at the Ocala House- representing Florida it tnht body.'The light- with ctt rga-s vases of 'white
work done was the getting up of a pro- s on -tables an. male. Mrs.,
e handsome dining tables, 1 rai for the metingf of tl w asocat- Phillips received in a black net over
nd haUl racks at Mclver ttok lp May, 1 t., JW..tA i -hlte-t4m taffeta. Miss Mixon's gown was a
dtf Expositiot. and discusfiffg-the rela-- white net with ringlets of lace, the
tion of the editor to tle. railroad pass. d'eccltte bodice being finished with
. Goodwin, of Martel. Is at tiny pink roa buds. She carried pink
louse. Puff boxes, nall brushes, tooth brush- rIse. aitd ferns. Miss McClaugherty
esa. hawrbr- e. m -y" rushes. w," hisome. in a scarlet crepe de
a specialty of engraved roewoodandreht hld-mifr -lis -' ehnet~ 'madl- ,inces-s. with th'wrriig
and cards. As good as can brooms, and all o tbd+r ilet aifcles, and corded hicks. Her bouquet was
where. Samples shown With A beautiful line 'to -selet froi. Ty- American beauty rooeS. Miss Balle
the Postoffice Druastore. h6 a'C % .. : wore a white soft silk with blie Per-
-477z .:-' -a:!' stan trimmings..j *_hIcaifrte~4 baoquet
lith. of Lynchburg, Va, is special rates to regular -monthly of white roses andn-maden hair ferns.
A House_ boarders at the' Montesum 'hotel. and In the bakk parlor a quantity of ferms
yo will find there a lot of eon-w-tl and bamboo were used, effectively in-
t line of holiday box sta- people, tersr*rced with of roses. Miss
have ever shown is now on Nellie Stevens. Mrs. Byrne and Mrs.
the Postofice Drugstore. Dickerson greeted the guests. Their
AOTR IA R gowns were white with lare trimmings.
L. House had fifty arrivals In the dining room pink was the pre-
This hotel has never done *WU ailing color, the lights being shaded
sinesm that it is doing this f1r Imam"0M A I with ptnK. A soft glow was thrown
r Mr. Maloney's proprietor- i over the entire room which was a
ft K Wi n bower of vines, being intertwined with
pink tulle and clusters of roses. Mrs.
ler's candies have not &ad- wNo the Rbert Blake. in a pretty dress of
rice. You can buy Huyler's white with pink ribbons, ushered the
i you can any other kind. guests into an attractive little bower of
pply Just received at T. W. palms on the porch, where delicious
WHEEL FOUND fruit punch was served by Miss Valets
Potter, who was charming In a lace
Lamb, of Columbus, Ga. is A bicycle was found last night. Can decolette robe over pink taffeta. Af-
the Ocala House. have same by proving property and ter some few minutes of social inter-
paying for this ad. mingling the guests were served with
ie of iron beds, nearly one cherry cream in blocks of pink and
ferent patterns and any VOICE CULTURE white and cake with green, white and
d. at Mclver & MacKay's pink mints. An orchestra in a seclud-
Miss Sarah Whitfield will give les- ed corner of the yard. furnished the
tskllL of McIntosh, was In sons in voice culture at her'hoine, one music for this happy occasion. Dur-
t night, on business He door east of the armory, Fort King ing the hours of 9 and 11 o'clock.
st night, on business.He avenue&
Dme today. seventy-five of Ocala's society people
Have- called and the evening was in every
a complete e of drug- Have you seen the hot-pressed Vel- way a success.
si and drus. The omt e t

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It builds the best fence

It is sold reasonably

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Messrs. Knight & Lang received I am showing tMs s M1" -.
yesterday one of the finest vehicles ally pretty It1e 0 Ia 9 rM1 *
ever brought to. this city, with fine! guaranteed pIatw i +-.
harness to match. The vehicle is a the different faMe sad teMSi Z
cabriolet, ma4e by the Columbus 0 A K. Baeth t
Buggy Co., and will be used by J. D.
McDuffy in his livery business. A FAMOW
Mr. Stewart Harris, son of the late JPro0fesor Ambrmse lteo 1 ,t
John Harris. of Citra, who is a student John B Stetson UualivsWi
of the LUniversity of Virginia, but who wsill ar v iS Ola Is M .-
has been home for several weeks to be preei at t thew m i ee--ll-
regan his Impaired health, came down the Ocala highs ,.
this afternoon to spend a day with Mr. IngM were we vii 4 m
and Mrs. F. E. Harria. famous seta m dl. ".
fInterpt.tadoei PWLt. -A
Mrs. Edward Carmichael. wbe at- will be m tW -" '---- '.' : M
tended the late Sunday school cove- who can do so 0 00be i "W
tion at Jacksonville as a re res-ta him. The prew aS M .. 9E0
tive of the four Sunday schools of where hee h W A a f .. o .
Ocala, retarded home today, delighted highest terNmd R &W ImImlu. "
with the attendance had interest man- ,. -
Ifested in the convention There were WILl. OPUl I
over 200 delegates present. -+
Mr. Patrick H. Glen. one of the OPes 5"er a .1.
state's hmt nob printers. is back at his til U @9Id& IM- I s -




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The Homu of Old Santa Claus

He extends an lvitatioa to yo and asks a visit to our store
ad an inspecton o line of RISTASt AN E MSUIAY 0015

for this market in Ocal---24 yeats experience.

Special Prices ad Disco~ats to Public Schols, Chouches aad
Sunday School Committees, and Christmas Tes Candle Ffee



Are Loaded
With Bargains.

om Eably and Boy You Holiday Goods. We will Pack
them Away and Deliver any Evening you Suggst. Come
After Snper. Open Nights Until 9.



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Th. IAYisvIe & Nasvlfle Ralroad
in am log satrprare. from. Jack-
dnvile tO pe4tels Vwu Of4Lu deem -


keep the man, or, rather, ghost-for by
this time it resembled a dissolving buff
cloud-in sight
There is a monument on the southern
side o' the churchyard partakiug nei-
ther of the style of the seventeenth nor
of the nineteenth century. but a pe-
riod betwixt the two. To this monu-
ment the fading object floated, and
thither the cabman staggered. But on
reaching it not a sign of a living being
was to be seen. Dazed, be tried to
steady himself against the tomb, but
the gravestones, the high buildings
surrounding the churchyard, the spire,
all began to rock as if they were tow-
ers on some gigantic vessel, and-well.
that's an the cabman knew. Indeed,
he sank down on the grave with his
head resting against the monument.
There he was seen by' a policeman
stanUding on the narrow street border-
ing the churchyard-
The next sign of consciousness that
cime to the cabman was feeling a grip
3m hi; arn. Opening his eyes, he saw
-he pouceman beading over him.
"My fare." gasped the cabman.
"YTour fare! Do you expect to get
fares oat o' tombstonesY'
The cabman rolled his eyes about to
amsurelmself where be was. and they

n110 smmer nlht, or ransi r m0M.
Iag. a em sam noddlna oa his box drove
slowly up Broadway. New York. Paw~
lag *ld Trialty church the chimes In
the tower above rang out, followed by
the stree of 2.
"Hell.! cred a Tole.
b caban ever mindful of a fare.
mied himself sad, turning, saw a
m- sta-lr in tn Iron gateway be-
fore the urch. There was little of his
face or gre vsibte, for the former
was shared by the brim of a singular
three eorm ed hat, the latter wrapped
In a long cloak. The cabman drew up
at the curLt The stranger opened the
cab door and stepped hastily in, giving
a huaried order to drive northward
along thm river bank. On reaching
a point opposite Weehawken the
stranger called npeo the cabman to
stop, agbhted and walked toward the
It was now early dawn. On com-
lng to the water's edge be looked
about him as though expecting some
one, then up and down the river,
glancing impatiently at his watch.
The cabman continued to eye him
wonderingly, though he was tired and
sleepy. Was it drowsiness that made
the queer figure seem to flutter In the
wind? A boat touched the shore pulled
by two men In the same garb as the
stranger. He stepped In and was
rowed away straight across the river.
Then It seemed to the cabman that he
had lost consciousness for a second and
the men polling away in a boat had
been a dream. He looked about for
the stranger, but he had Indeed disap-
Suddenly the stillness was broken by
a distant crack, or, rather, It was two
cracks so near together as to be scarce-
ly distinguished. Just then the leaves
of the trees were stirred by a light
breeze, and It seemed to the cabman
that somethlag uncanny was in the
wiad. Indeed, though it was a warm
July morning, he shivered as if he bha
been struck by a cold draft from a
The next thing the cabman knew
the two men who had taken the stran-
ger away were pulling rapidly down
the river. The stranger himself was
nowhere to be seen, but the men seem-
ed to be regarding anxiously something
in the bottom of the boat Invisible traom
the shore. The cabman, bent on hold-
lag to those mysteriously linked with
the man who owed him a fare, whipped
up his horse and followed them down
along the shore. It was a hard chase,
but he managed to keep them in sight,
and finally they turned toward the
shore. When they. landed, cabby was
there to meet them. The stranger was
stretched in the bottom of the boat.
Taking him up. his companions carried
him ashore and placed him Inside the
cab. The cabman, all In a flutter,
mounted the box and was about to
drive away when be remembered that
In hs excitement he had not asked
for lnstractions. Looking back to do
so, not a ghost of a man who had been
there was to be seen. As soon as ne
could suaclently recover from his as-
tsdlcment he bent over to ask the
queatio of the man inside. The face
was ashen and had taken on a ghastly
"Drive," mmaned the sufferer.
"To the dchrchyard."
The cabman lashed Ms horse, his cab
swaying from curb to curb, Its driver
swaying a wel oa the box, the people
rushing to get out of the way. Now
and again a policeman dashed Into the
street to stop him, but he was driving
too fast for them and left them all be-
"Paster'" called the passenger in a
dying vole. "I'Ull be caught In the
The cab at last drew up at the gate-
way of old Trinty. The cabman was
about to get down and help the man
out when be saw him flit rather than
walk or run In through the gateway,
pass right through an Iron fence and
Into the churchyard. Down Jumped
tle cabman and dashed at'er him, call-
ing for his fare. Paning around an
end of the tence. making his way
through the headstones, be tnauged to

A Deadbeat

W "m-Pf.-Th. COTImU a M
strxikingintts oratgtnthe aort *la. Ir i dst um~ .
hog-fat-amd COTTOLENE from pre, a n Ae
Lard contains animal fat and possible ImpasttiM f C 1B
tiallyavegetable product; and is pur, wholesomMe ai t aa iL
*-PalMtabeasnes--COTTOLENE makes mepsliat*)e e*46)
lard. It makes food rich, crisp and faky d at 0t t6-
freme from that "gresy" taste of lUard4 w b s
9 I tlW lty--Hog lard food is greasy a&l ili K 0B
TO Lp food is easily digestodand willaM wlfhth mest d ei
catch stomach, as OTTOLZEE contains Mnl t iOW bsg4at. oh
* go-lL'e.. Lard come in bulk aad IsecurelMy sled tas,
which permit its coming in contact with dirt, dust and c
terminating odors. COTTOLENE is sold only In paIs with, a
patent air-tight top which protects it from the air,dftt =dal "1
and insures it reaching the consumer freah sad 4rhlsnm.




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EVENING STAR Dr. Race's Favorite Prescript TEN UITLE UBENEf asks- -1'ak1q Tear Cue Ofosanlaloa Begisu.To4y Tadyaai 'COUNTY COMMISSIONERS-. ''_-- Y

Is a nfu1.iaTigoraticz Impart* (Continued from- First Page.- ) :'j
m r
tny trfftKh abd strength pxrQcslarto SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
CL.. SITTINGER & CO. the dlstincby: feminine The
organs Ten little t Board thereupon adjourned until i
lodgemen went out to dIne.A .
health i
local womacly -
so Intimatelyrelated
to the general health that when cocktail kQJed a Maccabee. and then I Tuesday morning at S o'clock.. ; I .
C/L. and R. R. CarrcII -
EitUnuer will
AVe have 5.00
boxes to rent at that
diseases of the delicate wceuudy organs there were.nine. Tuesday December 4th 1906 per year
Proprietors and Publishers ire eared the whole! body rates in health
and strength. For wear and sickly 'Board re-convened all members hold a big lot of valuable papers Jewelry, etc. AlSo.
.,. .....- .
who rata wet. ... .-, present
"worn-cat. -ruD-
c. L BITTINGER or women debilitated,especially for. women< 01rD who: K.O.T.M.MOcala Its i9sls yIteahIZSs.Proper" It was ordered that the road petition -- larger boxes costing a little more. CODl6and: see them.

: Editor and General Manager work in store c.1fce or schoolroom who Ut arc VVer asking for road from Gores' landIng -
la BrtnrUg Healthy Cole to tfcs -
tit atM machiae.or .
typewriter or sewing
to refused.
Cheeks a f tbe P l aad _
bear heavy PtereesFavorite! Products* 8uagUi to tki Rank te Mr Turner reported that he bad MUNROE & CHAMBLISS .
R._ R. CARROLL, irarsi&g mothers. Dr. Tent No. UOt, 1M Feeble aad the Invalid. found the Eureka ferry au right except ,
Editor and BUlli:... Prescription has *proven- a priceless K. O. T. M. M, wd bold la Toeing up tK* System of Ceavalssv
City Manager.A benefit tecatiw of It* health-restoring oats from Exhanstleg DistaAes. that the flat needed canning"and BANKERS:
and streagth-girlcg powers. Its regular semi-monthly meeting at la Oeaastttg the Entire he bad arranged to have It done.

As a soothing and strengthening nervine. Tongs' HaIl Wednesday evening December XotrUfcifl tae Worsen -1 N. Prickler of Berlin was reported t. Ocala Florida.
G. W. R. K. la Rounding Out tae Taia. PMks4 ,
STATEMENTTh .. "Favorite Prescription" is nn- .12. Martin
Paw of Ctlldrea. to the board as being In bad health r
equaled and Is Invaluable in allaying and T. D. Commander.Nine -
Bryan. their Ltttto Bodtoe
la Building MV oa and unable: to work. In destitute
Banner of yesterday morning taMcinz( nervous exdtaUUty. irritability tb Desirable Pink tad White Flesh.tad
and his friends Basked the
,nervous exhaustion nervous prostration In Dotting: their cheeks wtth th PfcttyEttmalw dition
little lodgemen drank their fate.
places either the Star or Mr. Eaaterllccror fiysterla.. spasm*, chorea, t''olcr that snake Dfotbsr. to furnish: him with con-I
both in a bad light though It or St.Vim's dance, and other distressing Down went an Odd Fellow and then Hurt tClalaL. a sister living in the state of
wa possibly not"Its Intention to nervous symptoms commonly attendant there were eight: OZOYCISTO :: :
: who tad agreed to care for
fractional and disease of Is a* AC e4afoaUiHc.a THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
fleet discredit upon them. :Mr E upon Jtzyosw to c,ia ass Wet. was ascertained Uu a ticket to said ,
re-I the womanly It Induces refreshsleep -
organs. '
ring made the statement to Mr. Ing and relieves mental anxiety and To prove its V sdlelaal *'oo4'Merits sv place would cost J31. J. D. Ferguson

ris that he would not open a drugs despondency. 4 .I.L 0.0. F. Trial Bottle Free by Mall and others agreed to raise $13 by private "
in the room now occupied by the Boston Cures obstinate. cases. .Favorite Prescription rim M scat en request. Writ by letts subscription provided the board
Store something like a week be- Is a positive cure for the most v postal card to would allow S20. Whereupon it was

fore the Star published the statement complicated and obstinate cases of "Iei i faomalstea a.,"fiDe St.Rev' Tark. ordered that a warrant be drawn In .
modes But aad
I male weakness painful periods irregularities Tulula. Lodge No. 22. L 0. O. F. ; progressive
that he would such
saying open a ]
prolapses or falling of the pelvic In in run1aU-T1n suer-48c..aal favor of J. IX Ferguson for 820. the ,
meets every. Tuesday evening
store and at which time he 'I weak : said Ferguson agreeing to pnrcha *
organs back bearing-down eneatloos. -
leased' HalL .
:arranged to do so, nor bad he chronic congestion: inflammation Tonga's the ticket for Mr. Plckler. offers every legitimate inducement -- ,.:. ;
the store; In other words,. he did not and oleeraticn. Election of Officers I FOR SALE Application for permit to sell liquors

Intend to do so at the time that Mr. I Dr. Pierce's. medicines are rude from The last meeting night of this month.. wines and beer In election district ..No.I to customers. Cortespoa 'l >.-_
harmless bat efficient medical
Harris spoke to him. Surely the Banner found growing In our American forests.roots being> on Christmas night, same has One of the beat established and pay- Dunnellon. being In proper form .

knows that a week of time often; The Indians knew of the marvelous curative been, and election of officers Lag njercantll* businesses. Will sell was ordered filed and the clerk directed dence invitedJ.

brings forth many changes. I value of some of these roots ana imparted will be held on Tuesday night the building or give a long time lease on to give proper notice for the same. or visit

that knowledge to some of the nth last. A full attendance is argent- property This la a snap and owner Pension application Mrs. 3, P,

BOARD OF TRADE IS IN EARNEST t the friendlier whites and gradually some of requested. EL Jeffords. N. G. has good reasons for offering It. Ad- Moore being in proper,form the same B. BROOKS Cashier.
more progressive physicians came to
trade test and use them, and ever since they W. E. Bryant. Secretary. dress F. TK. ratio. was approved.. t ,
The meeting of the board of
have grown in favor by reason of their Bonds to carry firearms were aprrsv-
and citizens at the city council rooms superior curative virtues and their safe Eight little lodgemen thought they EARLY TO BED ed as follows: IA M. Lnffmaii.. J. L.

yesterday afternoon, to bear the report 'I and harmless qualities. were in heaven, And Smith. W. J. Morrison. I. E )I*D-
of the committee on 'plan and scope Your druggists sell UM.FA TOBTTE Psx- A small bottle fixed a Forester and early to- rise, makes one healthy grum O. P. Hood Chas. E. Ball and ... ..
number of RCBlPl10J-: aDd also that famous alterative happy and wise-especially If you take '
was attended py a goodly !frepresentative then there were seven. licenses ordered Issued. Bond of L.: V.
citizens them i ,blood purifier and stomach tonic,the Herblne before retiring. A positivecure
among GOLJJEJT MEDICAL Discoyszv." Write Seven little lodgemen playing funny and all War was refused on the ground that
for dyspepsia
being Messrs. Munroe Chambliss, Holder to Dr. Pierce about your ease lie is ai. tricks, liver complaints.constipation Mrs. S-, Columbia. the applicant waa under twentyoneyears See About yOur .
..Strauss Thagard Brown Carroll. experienced physician and will treat your Another cork; a Red Man and then of age.
Harris. Meffert Crom. Galtsklll. of MeIntosh. confidential and without charge Tenn-..writes: 'I always keep a supply -
case as there were six. The following bonds were approved -
Teague Gerlg Martin. Ander- for correspondence. Address him at tu Six little lodgemen trying to booze and of your.Herblne on hand. Am so M. B. Cameron constable district
Invalid Hotel and Surgical Institute pleased with the relief It gives la constipation ;
and Duncan. President Munroe thrive .
son NoL: ,22 S. A. Bullock Justice of the :
buffalo N. 1ol which be is chief ceaiolU&2 and all liver complaints, that ; Winter
called the meeting to order and. in the pOUR h7siaan. Th* next fixed a Woodman and then peace district No. 1: A.1.Perry. con Clothing
words can i my appreciation.
absence of the secretary asked Mr. R.: there were five. I express stable district No. 2.; L. U Hopkins:
R. Carroll to act In that capacity. The Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
I Justice of the peace district No. 21;
name of Mr Edward Holder was pro- STOCK IS COMPLETE STOCK'COMING F. P. LJghtsey constable district No.

posed tor membership and he was FT. KI AMP MORE FINE 21; C.. J. Smith. Justice of the peace, Now is the Time to Boy YoorMen's
of fine I
promptly elected. One of the moat complete and attrac- Having sold out the carload I district No. 9; D. R. Zelrouer; Justice

number, of responses were reported tive stock of fine up to date Jewelry N0. 14 horses and muless we received a short I of the peace, district No. 32: c. W. I -

from the circular letter the board had in the city is now on display at our time ago. our Mr. Hugh Nichols has I Smith constable district No. r.T.: F

sent out to different towns on the A. C. store. We may not have the largestor Regular monthly meeting of the gone to market for another:"car of fine Pedrick mark and brand inspector I Overcoats Ladies'Long
It. railroad, asking their cooperationIn Woodmen animals which will be here In a few district No. B. ,
finest looking store In the country of the World will be held at .
forcing the railroad to give the state but we assure you that we have the Tonge's Hall. Friday evening. Dec. 14 days. This load will be well worth W. H. Clifton, bondsman of J. EL i

better service both passenger and I' goods the very best goods and the very All members specially requested to attend waiting for and we ask you to come Boyt appeared and asked to be j and Short Coats and

height The committee felt very much lowest, pricesBe : as annual election of officers will and see them on their arrivaL ed from the bond of J. K. Boys I

gratified at the responses and expect a sure that you call and look over be held that evening. Tompkins & Nichols. was. granted and the clerk reJleV-1 #

great many more in a few days, as the our line of solid and plated silver cut N. L Gottlieb.. C. C. notify the said Boyt that it Underwear

letters have only been out a few days.Those glass and china watches clocks, pins Chas. K. Sage Clerk. I ENGRAVINGS ORDERED necessary for him to give bond again Heavy

that were presented at this j' rings, bracelets charms. and emblemsof I We willget your engraved stationery for the carrying of his gun. i

meeting were as follows Ocala. with aft' kinds, before you make your Five little lodgemen, the others on the cards invitations etc. .done and! It was ordered that a vote of thanksbe

170 names; Lakeland. 85; Floral City. Christmas purchases.Fred floor save you money. and the same Is hereby entendedtq I At--

%Wauchula.. 14.; Eustis 28; Trilby. G. B. Weihe. Jeweler A Malta, Knight gave up the ghost and Mr Chambliss for a fine short horn :

11; Newberry. 18; Wllllston. 16; Inver- South Side of Public Square. then there were four. NnnnaUys candies. The best by bull donated to the poor farm.

flees 56.; Dunnellon. 33; Holder 14; Four little lodgemen on a lonely tea, test. The Postoffice Drugstore.R. Bond of E. L. Carney tax collector ,

Istachatta >: St. Petersburg 44; Bar- ORANGES FOR THE HOLIDAYS A Mason "got the habit." and then was approved with sureties as follows:
tow. 1'; Lakeland and Arcadia >4; there were three. D. W. Davis $5000; T. T. Munroe. T Fishers
Choice fruit carefully selected for
Fort Myers 83; and while the board the holiday trade. Assorted oranges D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK. $2500: J. M. Meffert 15000; Walter
wits in session Mr. D. S. Woodrow Ray. $5000; Z. C. Chambliss, 3Z OO; 3,
wired from Leeeburg that the citizens and tangerines if desired from the D. Robertson S2500; D. A. Clark $ OOO; t .
Howard at $2-25 o.
of that town were heartily in accord groves ., F.UJ. E.: C. McLeod. $5000; J. B. Malloy. ..
burndale. Address E. M. Howard a. .. .. .
with the movement. Crystal River $2500; total. n .ooo. -

sent in a good petition after the meet- either Auburndale or Ocala.. 3 DENTAL SURGEONS Bond of D. L. Grantham. Justice 'of
ing had been adjourned. district No. 26. with J. W. Luffman andJ.

Several long petitions were also received LADIES ALLIGATOR A regular communication 0 Office> Oier_ Monroe &_ Ctmbliss' Bank_ .E..Thomas sureties wan approved.
signed on trains by traveling CHATELAINE BAGS of Marion-Dunn Lodge NO; 19 -
Bond of.County Treasurer T. E. Pasteur E. C. SMITH C. T. EOBESTS
of F. & A. M: will be held In the temple. OCALA. FLA.
efrlesmfen of the state. Mr Munroe We have a small but stlctly up to was approved with the following
the committee stated that the com- I date line of ladles' chatelaine bags in Thursday evening. Dec.: 20. sureties: E.- C. Smith,, $5000; T. T.

mittee would like to be continued that alligator and other leathers different Visiting brothers cordially Invited.. Terms Cash. Munroe. 12500; Z C. Chambliss $2500; FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LICENSED E1BALMERS -
N. L Gottlieb. W. M.
they had only just got well Int 'har- I sizes and colors. R. S. HalL $ZOOO: J. N. Tiller. 81000. ,

ness .and were holding meetings almost I A. E. Burnett the Jeweler. Jake Brown Secretary. i J. C. Boozer J2COO;: Chaa V.: UJer.t We are Equipped to do the Very Best Work- and use Only $2000; J. B. Martin. $2000; J. D.
.. Strauss offered" the following Three little lodgemen around the brew ertson $2500 J. B. $2500 the Best Methods.
------ --- MAGNETIC MASSAGE ; Malloy ; Latest and
Away rolled a Pythian, and then there That '. .
resolutltn, which was adopted: For Pasteur. $1000: Louis. EX Lang. $2000 -
Ke&olred. That the report of the Health Is conceded to be the most I. were two. Louis Home. $3009. totaL 130.0000. i 'TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE IMMEDIATEllIEITIoi 1 *

committee on plan and scope be accepted precious jewel In the crown 01 life and Empty FeelingWhen The application of'J.: E Pope"was re-

and filed for Information and the within the of home ceived asking that the board relieve
secrecy your Street
and Parlors Corner Main and
oCALA LODGE NO. 1 19 Chapel Undertaking
committee be continued with full pow- you can secure perfect health. No him poll taxes, on accountof

er to solicit subscriptions and Incur matter what the Ills paralysis rheumatism you have that "empty feeling"a he being a cripple. The said requestwas Oklawaha Avenue.

all necessary expenses. Including the neuralgia nervousness and call on ,us will give immediate relief. refused by the board 'on the
employing of legal counsel and to take female disabilities they can be relieved Conventions held every Monday at ground that they have no Jurisdiction

such.,further steps as they may deem by stimulating the circulation and 7:30 p. m. Castle Hall over Peyser We Call Your Attention to la the matter. ;
proper and to report In full at a meetIng relaxing muscular and nervous ten- store. A cordial welcome to visiting Tip :Top Ceffn... ... .,. ... ...., 25 Board thereupon adjourned until :
to be called later. sion. No drug or any thing of the brothers. Jake Brown, C. C.Cha. Wednesday morning.. Dee.. 5th at nine
... ... .. 25
Blu. Label Coffee...
Mr. Crom suggested that the boardof kind need be -used. Simply restore the K. Sage. K. R. S. o'clock. Day Phone, No. 10; Night Phone No.. 197.
trade have a- mall pamphlet about system to normal condition. If care- no. Mackerel, per- kit.. i.,...... 1 50 ....

thtf city printed for general distribution fully followed and applied "Magnetic Two little lodgemen pretty nearly done, Strained Honey, gallon cans.. 1 2S! KING,OF ALL COUGH MEDICINES.Mr. .

,especially to send in answer to Massage"' equalizes the circulationand A Shriner couldn't stand the pace Dr. Price's Wheat Celtry. .,. 25 I I
Inquiries, and. the matter was referred the nervous forces, thus enabling and then there was one. XL G. Case a mail carrier of
.. ... ..: ... 25
7 Lenax
to the committee advertising. them to throw off disease. Each Bars Soap.
on ap- One little lodgeman drinking alone. Canton Center Co>nn.. who has been In FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Mr. Thagard suggested that some plication makes the person a better lIe was an Elk.and he took the whole the U. S service for about 16 year

measure should be taken looking towards and stronger man or woman.I bunch home.Y Dutch Herring Mackerel says: "We have tiled many cough I

the entertainment the members have opened a "Magnetic Mas medicines for but Chamber-
croup Western Reef Veal t Florida Stall Fed Beef Matte Ar-
of the different boards of trade. sage" parlors at No. b4. Fort King Cod Fi h, Dried Herring, lain's Cough Remedy Is king of all ,. *,

.. when the state board of trade meets In : ar enue, (Ocala, FUu. where I will apply OOJ.U.E. and one to be relied-upon every time. moor's Star Ham Armour's Pork Sausage Cabbage -
.. ,
this city on Jan. 16. The matter was i or Instruct In the art of Magnetic French Sardines Etc. We also find It the best remedy for ,

referred to the executive committee : Massage" or I will call at private : coughs and 'colds, giving certain results Rutabagas T mlps. Beets, Sweet

with instructions to report at the next houses and give such instruction or Notice of Session of and leaving no bad effects.For
meeting. apply such massage. and explain the Coals Lodge No. 851. sale by all druggists. Potatoes, Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onloas.W. .
Upon motion of Mr. Chambliss a benefits thereof. Office and consulta- Benevolent and Protective .,

ccmmlttee composed of Messrs. R. L. tion rooms at above address. Consul- Order of Elks. SILVER TABLE WAREI .

b Anderson,. EL P. Thagard and Edward tation free. Office hours. 11 ai to P. EDWARDS.PHONE .
Clark Bros.
Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th have on display a splendid line of
2 m. Call or w He Mrs. Jennie
Holder was appointed by the chair) togo p.
tuesdays In each month. Visiting Market sterling silver knives forks and spoons.
Whltfield No. 54. Fort King Avenue. North of City
the council .
before city to requestthe .
Ocala. Fla.DAVID. orothere cordially Invited. You are cordially Invited to come In 103 CITY MARKET_
council to an ordinance requiring .
Wm.. Anderson Exalted Ruler. and.see the goods. *
the A. C. L. railroad to stop
David S. Williams Secretary.This A. E. _Burnett, the .Jeweler.
using the Osceola street track between -

Oklawaha and Fort King avenue HcIYER & MAcKAY '
Wiil irrr.restUysp.ptksThe _HE PROBABLY CAN,
as a siding for cars and to place S. WOODROW Fort King Grocery.
either flagmen or gates at the Fort '
Anti-Monopoly Drustore will Forakor Statement Though Not So .

King and Oklawaha crossings. give you back CO cents (purchasing FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Intended, is Likely the Simple I have bought the Fort King Grocery and re-stock
Mr. Chambliss thought that the reports ,
of this and similar meetings REAL ESTATE falls price)to If relieve Tyner's or Dyspepsia cure dyspepsia Remedy or Undertakers and Embalmers Truth ed it with a complete, fresh line of Staple and

\ e should be advertised, In the New York indigestion or their symptoms bad Washington. Dec. 7.-The senate Fancy Groceries for the family trade. I will carry

financial papers. as It would probablydo breath bad dreams foul taste const!- O. E. MclVER ALFRED E. OWEN adopted the Penrose resolution, requesting -
more towards bettering the condition PHOSPHATE LANDS A pation hawking spitting acid 'or gas Undertaker the president to send Information only the freshest and best goods to be had, and

than anything else that could be on the stomach dizzy spells, heart regarding the discharge of the will guarantee to sell them to you as cheap as any

own done bonds by the of way the of road letting know people just how who SPECIALTY.ROOM back flutter extreme pains In nervousness the stomach, belching.aide or Fine Caskets and Burial RobesAll also negroes the of Foraker the Twenty-fifth.resolution, Infantry directing; one in the city. Country produce bought and sold

the property was being operated. Mr. 31, BOLDER BLOCK Tyners Dyspepsia Remedy cures when Work Done by Licensed Em the secretary of war to send all the and fruits and baker's bread will be put in in a.fewdays. -

schedules Holder thought on the passengatrains that the present cut OCALA FLORIDA. all else falls so don't be fUsconraged. aalmere and Fully Guarantee information In the possession of his Give me a share of your trade and if goodgoods -:
It strengthens weak stomachs department on,the same subject.Mr. .
down Ocala business to a. very large tar of hope for all dyspeptics. Cure Foraker claimed if the president } courteous treatment and low prices merit_ A. .,

degree. In the case of shoppers com- the worst cases. Druggists or by express could dismiss a company, he had the continuance of it will continue to trade with '
ing to town the men never knew that C. J. PHILLIPS .
50c. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore
PHOSPHATE_ LANDS -- same right to dismiss a brigadier gen-
they..could get back the same day. or me. Respectfully.
I Ocala Fla. Call or write. eral or the entire army.
the mothers that they could get backto Either In hard rocK or pebble region.If Contractor and Btdlder. Morgan TalkaSenator
their children that night. The result developed I can tell them for you. O'HARA INDICTED -

la that they trade with Seigel If not developed I can have the work Morgan yesterday.addressed I N. L. WILLIAMS Prop.Corner
Cooper:& Co. :Montgomery Ward SeanRoebuck done for you. Another Serious Charge Brought Plans and' Specification Furnished the senate on his resolution giving the .

etc. I have the following to offer In the LumbermanJacksonville Upon Request Panama commission control of the
Against Big
Mr. Anderson thought that a great Ocala city property: Panama railroad Fort King Ave. and Atlantic Coast Line Railroad

mass meeting of business men and Fla. Dec. 1.-Tbe Fed- *29 South Third Sleet Six.Year Terms
eral returned indict- ,
grand Jury an
citizens from all parts of the state to
A term of six for the president
under section 55:5. Revises Statutes years
ment 30
other central Ocala Fla. Phone \
meet In Ocala or some and of the United States )
northwest corner lot, 29 feet charging F. J. O'Hara with car-
point brought In by special trains I was proposed by Senator Cullom In a Home, Chattanooga,
facing Magnolia street and 84 feet on rying a white man from Jacksonville
board of trade. to .
hired by the Ocala I resolution for LouUvtlle, Cincinnati
servicethe North First street, facing the government with Intent to hold him as a slave. Joint providing an North.A North
meet and protest against amendment to the constitution also Chicago, Toledo.
building site Is still unsold; also Under the indictment the govern VOODA
the railroad line
U in
state getting that these officers be not eligible for Detroit Cleveland.
would do more than anything that I I the lot immediately south of it, 23 ment will need only to prove that the reelection.The .
feet by 81 feet. mau was held at labor against his.
could be done. The committee on plan
nomination of Herbert G.
and scope was Instructed to discuss I t JALLRED HOTEL Under a peonage Indictment It must Big Load for $L. Squires,. of New York as minister toPanama
this matter and look into It.
was confirmed by the senate.
Situated north of the prove that a man is held for debt. .
The meeting then adjourned to meetat Immediately Defeated
the Seaboard depot. ras two-story. 18- Four indictments charging peonage Anti-Compulsory Pilotage Colnmbie.Chartotte, Norfolk
call of the presidentYOUR ;:
room hotel building upon It and out- or charging conspiracy with others to CASHB. The house by a vote of Hi to let East t Richmond Washington East

..... HAl houses. Occupies entire block. against hold a man O'Hara.In slavery were returned ing defeated discriminations Mr. Littlefield's against bill American remov- Baltimore NewTprk,Philadelphia Boston ,

-- ALLRED DWELLING HOUSE Among the alleged conspirators indicted sailing vessels in the coast f,-ade. The

Msy a. StylUh On, nt It Hake In S. S. Swan, a New York labor bill is commonly known as the anti. LEAVE JACKSONVILLE DAILY 9.05 AND 7:55 P.. M.
*-- Trouble Also covers an entire block due northof -agent who sent the men here. compulsory pilotage bill. The result ,

A man usually buys a bat that's "In hotel. 1-room dwelling and barnon The man held to alleged slavery.. H."SEYMOUR Is openly charged to the American .Annlaton.--BIrmfnsf .
style." but the modern hat for mea has south half of block. North halt can Franz Mebel.; a German Jew. Federation of Labor. am. Memphis.

iota to answer (or. be built on. i Springfield, Kansas City; Dea West
Phone 185 West t t
Baldheads are growls: more numer- NO OPIUM InCHAMBERLAIN'S DEADLY SERPENT BITESare New Orleans Houston; Dallas
ous every day. Hats make excellent NEW ADDITION TO OCALAI Los Angeles. San Francisco. i
COUGH REMEDY In India etcm- .
breeding places for the parasitic germsLiu as common as are .
Ii sap the Ute from the roots of Uo am platting forty acres west of the There Is not the least danger In giving ach and liver disorders with us. For LEAVE JACKSONVILE-7 P. M,
Seaboard main line which I will placeon Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to OISTILLED- .. WATER-Free Delivery the latter however there Is a sure

When your hair begins to fan out and the market In a few days. Good small children as it contains no opiumor remedy: Electric Bitters the great re-
your scalp is run of Dandruff: it is a title and easy payments. Wide streets d 9t stbrative'medicine, of which S. A.
harmful It has established -
sign I that these countless other drug. an
=ly at wxk.There germs ate and alleys. reputation of more than 30 I Brown of BennettsvHle. S. C. says

fa but en* way to overcome the -WOODMAR" years as the most successful medicineIn They restored my wife to perfect Southern -. :

trouble. and ka the germs-Utt way Is use for colds. croup and whooping iICE health after: years of-suffering with ,. RRaii.way'Offers
{-:. 'I to apply NewbroMl: Iterptclde to the The .tl dyspepsia and a chronically torpid .. .
garden spot of Lake Weir. I havea cough. It always cures and Is pleasant -
kill the and healthy Bitters chills and the Best Tto Sly
JB7will germs liver. Electric cure Veil
....!rIs sure to resultSafcT small furnished cottage to rent there to take. Children like it. For sale _
; by the week or month. There Is nothing by all drugcl8t&I fever; malaria, biliousness;_ lame back
br Send 15c inr.uep
for-sampie leading .lr'\ The Herplcade Co. more beautiful In Florida. Buy a IfI A kidney:troubles and bladder-dlsorit:;s. For'Rate*, Routes,.Schedules *u A Keeping ,Car RssrvaUona, "caJT'oa- at. } \

lot and build a cottage. You will naves I Orde; your engraved cards and IB- [ Sold on Tydlngs &,*Co, address '- JAIL! 'JKEM N*.District, Pes: .r.Aent, .

" OCALA ICE'* FUEL CO,'O**!*, Ft*. drugglsU.;".PrI 600. ; ., I,. WAIL .yi'5t'reet. Jish/.vflki' !, "- -
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One summer: night, or rather morn-
t lug a eabnan nodding oa his box drove ;

slowly up Broadway,Xew Yorfc. Passing I
oTd Trinity cborcb the cblmes lathe '
BIGGEST DISPLAYOF tower above nag out; followed by I t!

the- stroke of cried 2.HeHor a voice. Why you should use: :,

The cabman erer mindful of a fare,

roused himself and, turnlcg. saw a
( THEM ALL. QUA standing IB the Iron gateway be-
fore thelchurch. There was little of hIs

face or figure risible for the former CottolenePu.11yThe
--f was shaded by" the brim of a singular
,three cornered bat the latter wrapped

!In a long. cloak. The cabman.drew up
at the curb. The stranger opened the ,
: :::: cab door'and stepped hastily In siring

I/ j I I a hurried, order to drive northward ,
along the river bank. On reaching =
: :
a point opposite Weehawken the
I stranger called upon the cabman to

atop alighted and walked toward the:
.., =. rlrer. 1 hence oJ COTTCLEXS Is la
: = It was now,early dawn. On coming striking contrast to the sonic of lard. iJtrd-is made froahogfat
1 I .nE from, rtfaed cotton seed eO.
to the water's edge be looked CQTTOL pore,

:;e I about him as though expecting, someone laid contains animal. fat and possible impurities; COTTOLEKK is essea

then up and down the rirer. tullysYegeUble product;and Is pure,trhclcsame and healthful.

glancing Impatiently at his watch. 2-Palafabloness--ccrttoLElm nukes mere palatal's food'than -
The cabman continued to hlmwooderingly
eye laid. It makes food rcrip and ftiiy and at tie same time
.,, though be was tired and
( sleepy Wail drowsiness tbat made free from'that"greasy' taste of Isrl-eo&ked food.
: -
wj = the queer figure seem to Cotter In the DfgeslIbnity-'Boz :a:3 food Is STeasyaailndisestibl; GTTOLENEfoodi5 -

..... wind? A boat touched the shore pulled!' easlSydl.cstedandtrr jTewiti the moat dell-
= w by two men In the same garb as the sate stomach,as-COTTOLEUE. contains not an ounce of baj-fa-t. ,
stranger. lie stepped In and was
. 4-OIeanliness-lard.comu In bulk and Insecurely sealed tins, :
rowed away straight across the river.
Then it seemed to the cabman that be which permit its coming in contact with dirt, duSt and contaminating -

= bad lost consciousness for a second and odors. COTTOLEIfE is said only In pails with. a

CIJ the men palling away In a boat bad patent air-tight top which protects it from the air,dirt sad odor -

-.... ''t1k1'lY'J\ ) been a dream. lie looked about for and insures it reaching the consumer fresh and rholesoaie.. .

the stranger but he had indeed disap- $ than Iud or other
EconoKty-CQttQLEirs beb.c.purer:
= I>> peared.
ijL i1"'sLI shortenings,one-third lees is required.
Suddenly the stillness was brokenby

; a distant crack: or. rather. It was two TEE :iI. K. FAIEBAJK: COIn'AllY,
& ?\ cracks so near together as to be scarcely Chicago
distinguished. Just then the leaves

of the trees were stirred by a light I e

% breeze, and It seemed to the cabman
==: L-J(llL ftS3 that something ,uncanny was In tha I; > -

> wind. Indeed though It was a warm
July morning be shivered as If be bad
= ,
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struck by a cold draft from a
't."S. : '. .
next thing the cabman knew .
&I 9as
: the two men who had taken the stranger -
= I away' were pulling rapidly' down See How Close These "," .
\.Ack\ the rlrer. The stranger himself Was : t
/ .
I' .." nowhere to be seen but the men seem- Meshes, Are. They Will } } ...... -

ed to be regarding anxiously something .Tom Little Pigs. /Sir ;;;,: : f -
In the bottom of the boat Invisible from L r g. '

the shore. The cabman bent on boldIng Heavy Wire Close Mesh Pig Tight. ry's" ;:

to those mysteriously linked with j .
the man who owed:film a fare whipped Top and bottom bars No. ;V; .
I .
np his horse and followed them down '
The Home of Old Santa Claus
along the shore. It was a bard \hue'l, 10 galvanized wire, Intermediate t .

: but be managed to keep them In bars No. JJ. alvan-4 .. _
and finally' they turned toward the !, = ___ ... ri _. _
shore. When they, landed cabby' was i ized wire Stays No. 12 galvanized :

He extends invitation to and asks a. visit to store there to meet them. The stranger was '
an you ; our stretched In the bottom of the boat. wire J2 inches apart. We are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Peace afae.

and an inspection of our line of CHRISTMAS AND HOLIDAY GOODS Taking him op. his companions carried '": '

him ashore and placed him Inside the LARGE STOCK, QVICI SMIRTVtENTS.
.. cab. The cabman all in a flutter
mounted the box and was about to

THE OLDEST TOY "AND HOLDAY GOODS BUYER drive away when be remembered that THE LARGEST STOCK;,_' OT.
In his excitement be bad not asked
for Instructions. Looking back to do

for this market in Ocala---24 years experience. so, not a ghost of a man who bad been J CDARi:, SASH DOOR .AHe.
there was to be seen. As soon as De .
could sufficiently recover from his astonishment I -
be bent over to ask the I! .
question of the man Inside.! Tbe face .
Toys and Fireworks was ashen and had taken on a ghastly' .
glare."Drive,1. ,JAP
moaned the sufferer."RZerer .A.LACE OILS era, ETC; CARRIES m

Iw Merchants who .handle a, small line of .'To the churchyard. CENTRALiLORIDA.HRDWThR .

The cal man lashed his horse his! cab y

ti' these goods are invited look through swaying swaying as from well curb on the to curb box.,the its people driver M1X-.RION E CO.

rushing to get out of the way. :Now I

1\.1\ our stock and get prices before buying and again a policeman dashed into the HARRY B. CLARKSON. General Manager.' .: ...
street to stop him, but be was drivingtoo -- -
fast for them and left them all be-

.;' ,. w 00 W their Holiday Line $ hind"Fasterr: called the passenger ;In a i BAD BLOOD I Florida East Coast Railway

dying voice. "(11 be caught In the .
maelstrom." i .* tocairuaeCarJNo.i7. I la Effect. Sew Ii, I 19M. I

Special Prices and Discounts to Public Schools, Churches and Tbe cab at last drew up at the gateway i i '& ore-tMpnmdnaCa.eareta.Tb4abtAeem- I' SOUTHBOUND-SCAD! DOW!' W.Ire. .

". School Committees and Candles Free of old Trinity. The cabman was I t'tr'i:: i I am r i .99 Nr'f .IT..TIOS&. M. la tow ti
Sunday CfiristmasTree about to get down and help the 'man i well,wtd diM veraJ from sr PartylOCSpia .:
out when be saw bun flit rather than I f-. 1...frmbfatly My thee, Cbmnrt, .r.tau..'. C 00Jta 8:2UMB: L t....._.._...Jae .W......____M I fpm 11I
M dr rtl od.I h.v..k..INfI-1w.Mr. etltte O@p. .2'1&.m .._....,SooUa I
walk or run In through the gateway, i u.-.Gri6I...&mdaa.1a.i. 1940km6U -.__...Ji& Aafestlao_...___ i 11..m.
pass right through an Iron fence and i i il I Irs 7 mpm 111 m ...___.... aadDpO -_.............s- t spm I
a pm 11 XSm _..__......Ls t l'1uka.- e ea
into the churchyard. Down Jumped i Best far xtpal 12 0Ita lt.._._._J> ka_.____. .. Upta
OUR 5 AND 10' CENT COUNTERSAre the cabman and dashed after him, calling -i The Bowel4 7 4'pm 11 J.atlt Lt...................P.latks.................. e 44 as5pm
for bis fare. Passing around an i ._... ... Ju..._....__.Mn Matte.......___. _. _.. w
of fence. his ........... mJCbpaa L... .............8&11 )1&-' .....I. % .... .....
end the making
way Lt'.. ....._Bwu eJ,
through the headstones be managed:: to II s capm 112 210 ..._M... l nPGAJ-rr ._- i148pm
keep the man. or. rather ghost-for by 4.W0'cztwnc 111pse ..__._..Cmaaad...._.__" clips i .
Loaded 124pm : ..lriytss... ..-..._. a oepa 44 ss
.l this time It resembled a dissolving buff'cloudIn 1* 13pm" .l YSpm =:===Pmt Qrtage..w..e a aspen .i4sIa
,a sight. a P" 2 O'pm BmTna&-. s e a14i
There Is a monument on the southern JlIOaa 4 44)c, s i eepm1128am
With aide of the churchyard partaking neither I ..... ja..r 4 aepm ArtE---l.ak Htiea.'E 12 40pm s 6pm
'-ll..P.hent.TmteeO4.004.04 11 u 46 1L'ps
Bargains.B ....._. w.....,..r Oi.p. -.a..ofd -..,,_ !
of the style of the seventeenth nor i h Ms. .s-p.4' CCC.Cs..t.d 1 10 45pmIt S Kpra161pm f! .. s Utp4 4 ae at
: =:g-U t
Vpm 2 ==.::: ....===::: : t t
l B of the nineteenth century, but a pettrod i. t Remedy nn a rwr eo.s.74ae7ateriwg Chicago a C.Y. See I 11 tlpm a gepm t6p. Ar..........._.....TItsniiw....._..........._" 2 taps 4Gpas a

Come :Early and 'Buy Your Holiday Goods. We will Pack betwixt the fading the: two.object To floated this monument and i AMUAL SALE, TEN H1LUQS BOXESL.ALEXAXDC ; 11 spm 10tuD 11 6 iI a5am dry..5.s Lti ....._%.._..&Jf0r4.<, ._._._._........ ...IU T 11T a ps 31Ma e sepae ._

thither the cabman staggered.! But on I 11 61pm 16J.- \t...._._?curt p at ,
- 12 ilaat -_,.___..Ll evs.____..Lt Wpa i!Gras "
them Away and Deliver any Evening you Suggest. Come reaching It not a sign of a firing being :: ; ;; i U kam IWpm432pm -__.__.Reek led'.....__.._- lops a 11as '"
1 tdam -___Eas GaLie..____- U47)MklI7pOL 147as113m -
be Dazed be tried to j
was to seen. t 4 8p8 -_._._._....1IeUloara.____.. 1 f ns
After Supper. Open Nights' Until 9. steady' himself against the tomb. but 1 : beb.Kt.s Ui ta it elm
the gravestones the high buildings a= :=: ==:==-bG. Loeie.==-== 19Uaa4te iii5
i 0 -_ _......, "',
Practical mom Ppm 5 i 1tI
surrounding the churchyard, the spire, arm cr.- -...__.....Tt08a .._............._... iai7a I/
.... _...R4_.____...
xtm;; a 1st
all rock If were towers Npm .w.-
to as they
: began 1 -._.._. ....In.61&81 ___..- .
CARPED: L RAND BUiLOI R 40aa 4p llt u
The Ocala Bazaar on some gigantic vessel, and wea. I I&refml 6fI1D ...&taarL..____... na m II
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there an the cabman knew. 41'Jam I 23 pa7fc. SeeM 9KmUaa m tlq s
estimate male on an contract I IurL 44f'am: : BSlipm .-._..._.."e.t Jety4tet..__._- e m
sank down on the grave with Ills I him .._____WaCJ'a1I11Jie&cJa.- S/GUa s
bead the monument.'Ihere Give more and better, work 1 143&m .Ipaa .-.._.._.... ,.Eo15toa......._._.- -va728UH 80tt
resting against ->r the money than any Hher coo I 6aam. a wpw _.__.___ hewy._.__." a tlam YI
be was sees by a policeman -'w 4R t_ .ttv mug s 4G.m ."...._.......Fer34oderdate..___.-
FRANK'P.. GAOSOIST: standing on the narrow street border- 1.11I -.._._ a.-. ... ina KTCSaj
-- --,- ,me- E#..... _. ,.Hs1&ad.,1A *
lug the churchyard. j 7 Stem bl 2II f'G fA___.--.J.emQa CU7___- t am t4.a
Bank OCALA FLORIDA 7 Km ....___..bti.mie..1. I
The Commercial Block. The next sign of consdoasness that WJCpcit.yl .....: xis.-.r..t t tat+atFBLSSOJlS a% m
came to the cabman was feeling a grip Remington- J= -. .: : .4w: ._i- :..._uo._:::.;..;;;:: : -- n apse -

oa hi J ana. Opening his eyes he saw
LOW ROUND TRIPS VIA THE him. L Lua'et!' Fader Canoe.tnias.2J sad U kU fltesg Cars.a grata.N aid>n.S
v the policeman bending over
tNE.SS A 10 Lsilieaupt Sesd.y.t!
'of .O ISYILLE a JUSHY1LLE RAILWAY "My fare." gasped the cabman. 5, .
Tear fare: Do yon expect to get I SholesT [irJPftLzT MADE -'-..U{ .. isms' S tmt I ir.ISr
Th. LoBlvni & Nashrtne Railroad fares out o tombstones II Om, j = kif t lad sl, islr
iH ell Rwma trip rates Iron Jack The cabman rolled his eyes about to 7ws sgewas s good typrwmer
FIn Tan a&9 wa a better.J"PeWT ;m.t vt._ ::4 .Ohm Le.Jseku.L1.-r. 7 stsl 12'"
tirrill t point howa on dale inhrated. tteself where be was. and they < _
assure .
2 Os-pm FJ tax e u t testy -&eLIIlk.fae..1.9 7 vam 122zps <
TR1rtP FL.vUtI.bN"ch /! PrwporOcnatHy: low ral I' finally' rested on an Inscription cut on la the best rrpewnier 24'10'-,1 to>>e e I .a --_.Pabt.Peae5. f ilia n .iua II ,.4
"t l Oak. In .=t 14tss -._..AAisstle 1..sch_.__- Y36t9m
dSel do at LJVr a..9 wirre nm other:points. tin. It 24'.m i05 7 edl it 4tsm
a slab In the monument ... ietc .___
',_- './ "turJ+,,'s p Iced Nit,pl1sd"ms t tIl' ,by any two dAtr ;33.40. Hot Springs, Ark, and ret_ rend: 1 M nnipa : aajt m .Yafpat.Lt t48saiugas :.J

eollayrJ Jw !/.,,> : Le..III1"JC Bo.rd.-rkz4nl Catalogue fretPoaaiatJA. Unit M days from date of sale. .....
.s.r.tAfZ. nd H<<./- "./iXatten, A.odreri. Full Information acbedules time tables j ALEXANDER CJ.MEMORY HAMILTON.MITCHEU OF I .iw....... ,CUte aaect&Hi MJ at JUcsi with SteMsfct,s .f ibe P. t 0. S. S. c.u: ,. "
etc. will b*' furnished promptly a4rwtrTekisyt Havana and Key West.
,- o>sppUeaxiMi. T. B. WALKER. F. .A.
Fla. Paaa Art I* Jt N. R. R trl4hen. SOUTMlOC5JrrIfA1ft ...-raDV
1U W.Say St. JacksoftTSUe. :Fla. DEATH FROM LOCKJAW Tas1i.7s Sstmdasa..f5pa Lt1tAt1il-..i..Tbsoasya..: 13faAr
FLY 1t .tt0s wham aeadeys.. 1 sry.a I At KEY ti tT..Tkasdy...,::. iLe
Fist and Oysters., Never follows an Injury dressed with 1.y..EiT..u..e1.._.. sar.m IEET\TUT,Tkmea.Meedat,1Aadvut. .EA4ditiotW
CHILDREN'S Backten'a Arnica Salve. Its anUsepOc .-._....Tbandsrt.,.... CJCaa drlilsrn"ys.Yb.. dHs. I

I cow" have a first-class stock of Fresh and Saltwater Favoztte rrlfugg. 'the tarAt cure Is White's tar worms cream and Ver-an and healing properties Oswald< prevent merchant blood of taMa a iritasdeukn : Sdllllp between Key West and tsvaea.'LviLTapsC. .
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Fish of all kinds and River chU re 1 .diseases, It not only kill RecsselaersTtne. ;S T, writes; "It .. __ [ .t : .xantimy rrAlsn._ liO-pJa rt13AYAA.tsse3sys.Pw40ysv ehAs
;Cedar Key Crystal Oysters. fat s e --'Ia. a. lU J.i4I1iU"sys,iUAr4UIo I Zas i J xu ta>i.LTWSt4yak.suIeya.I aspt
the worn** but reiaores the mucus cared Seth Boreh. of tide place ot the 134_....M wits W.pwses.a Op4I
Fresh Bed: Pork and Mutton at all tiises. The Goods asd,Mimi; U' whl i. the! build their ugliest sore on his neck 1 ever'saw; of s.ntr.te.R t. e e last trio&w1' so.ttei Trains Dlacharxe: Passengers at ShLp's Side. ;No Trawlers.Tt '
.,:. choicer varieties the low Honest and nesta. Its acUoa-oo. the child ia mUd Core cuts woanda. tarns and --
art ; prices as as the sear.nere is .
sta..Tsbi01 otrtbeiam.twbidcasemaytr.espeeedtoarAveatssfemm
,., a a.1 Uave tins ia.a. heathy.condition.Jo 25 cents at Tydteg A Co. drocgUt tea sari ...- wove to .eterwrte. ar.f1r" dspsrtss M,..u-.1.d Y ea'so' '
tbs meters aeOva:be' tboU !!
customers will receive prompt ct tat ecus,, treatment. that :' kaok ill _. .. '
DanieL Sermac. Teen aaya Price 15 ent shale e.dtei oK. a... tstse p&aJt4t.eb-eth: : ssaistnaey4ei. ree y nl-IJ.wac '
and their orders will be promptly delivered. lie.gav..ah. Gl bis children 'While's same of" Bear*** nyreeai JiTe.,lies .
Txt ,ARD 8t:0tfMr IId.rISdisla
CI'-s& Vertnitec *rbe& tae doctor Can at this office and see samplesof I' .JICio- eopZ'efthe'LOCALTJMe
.- 1g. TH last SU on the I tllMt&h\ it bad code and from the Srstdeuo.tbt J engraved card, iavUatlona.'aad em- II REMIMCTOM-SHOLCS .'SEE,THE-TlCKBT: .!. r.. .
I E. To .p scd 71 worm Said bossed: stationery. -We bar a. besott *.- Majestic Bui. Wing." :Chicago I:' Ih:2Aa t' :"1p":: ".:41aETIlI1 '---
t1J": uCJty t i, tfls tbiattJi, yogr= """P"- +A Jnte sod tt:. pr a+ aft sibs Sows.R"K'tR sad.dattcwartiir. t1a. t r-- .
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Voteme 12, Number 155. OCALA FLORIDA, FRIDAY, BECEMBER 7, im. Ft1q Ceate a MwA;-55:a Year. -- '{

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.'.. CEO.. J. BLITCM. Teller 'i

Brick and Sweitzer Cheese ,Official Report of tho December Deliberations -I A 'Scarcity. of Engines !i. the Real ,,', :}

of Marion's Miniature Reason Why Freight is. So :.
fluster Raisins. The Strong Hold the i
Parliament A nice line of Cut Glass and Direfully Delayed _

Pound Packages of Dates Ocala Fla. Nov 3rd. 1SO,.
(Tampa Times. 6th.) .BANK"OCALA
The Board of County Commissioner COMMERCIAL
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Plum Puddings of Marion county. Florida met In Silverware. > The Question of handling; freight now : j

regular session on'this date. Present: ; presents the problem that is becoming .
Fancy Cakes. Hon.. II. W. Long, chairman; N. serious both to shippers and to transposition j4 LA =
Fort 8 R. :Pyler C. w. Turner and men. Many shippers are loud .
Pound Packages Stalled Dates in their complaints about the failure
1EdW'ards, commissioners.
Minutes of regular meeting and A'j OCALA MUSIC CO. of the railroads to handle freight of- Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced by Its ei- -

Pound Packages Figs. peclal meetings in November, fered to them.. and Increasing Business <1
read and approved.Mr. In discussing this question a few .
Shelled Almonds, J. .1'. Turner appeared and presented -I days ago A large shipper stated thatit
his resignation as mark and I was not a question of shortage of
Cranberries and ,brand Inspector for Rameo. which res-1 JEWELERS, OCALA. FLA. cars with the railroads but a shortage'

,gnation. was accepted and upon the I I of locomotives to handle the cars. Helaid r.
at ,
Cranberry Sauce ,recommendation. of Mr. Turner, Mr. J. I I'F. I I that the Florida railroads bad In Furnishing Tie Homen j
Pedrkfc was appointed and filed his 1 I plenty of cars to handle their freight
bond which bond was approved. I ', business with. but that they would not
TEAPOT GHQCERY Mr. Hall a natal stores man. appeared place these cars to be loaded, because -- .. 'j
Three unfurnished rooms and a bath have the best line of watches to I I they could not move them hence would When wish
before the bard and complained: you to buy Furniture for the Home or j
about the payment required by the I room. Will rent to man and wife or select from of any house fn Central not lay themselves liable by; allowing .
roadoverseer. Mr;" Gray of $5 per year,I family with one child WUl make price Florida. Watches) for ladies and men..I I cars to be loaded when they could notmove Office, no matter what is desired; how much or how :-
1 cheap. Want companion in house. Inquire and for any price; also any design or them to market. -:
ABOUT THE EXES claiming$3 apiece that for others their were bands.only It paying was:I at the Star office. size. Come In and inspect the line.]I The gentleman said that a short little, we can help you do :the selecting. With 'our. J} .--

,hereupon ordered that the A. E. Burnett the Jeweler. while ago he had two thousand barrels Mammoth Stock to select from and experienced salesmen ';
I Idiff..nt could receive S3 for the o\'erseer'l of rosin and the price went up to
Your eyes are subject to as many j hands but not receipt in full for the i frequently result from neglect of clogged CLERK WANTED 17.50 a barrel and he desired very to help you, we can surely supply your wants.
defects as the body is to def much to ship his holdings and sell It.
same and that said overseer could at i bowels: and torpid liver, until constipation -
.rmati.... Whereas it should b. on. any time thereafter re-summon such becomes chronic. This condition Mast be good penman. Steady posi- The railroads would not furnish him

of the most perfect organs ef tha body. 'arsons to further comply with the lawn 'I' Is unknown to those who use and tion. ITS Salary ISO.month.Can be Apply raised to to Star ICO with cars because they did not have We Carry The LARGEST STOCK Of FURNISHINGS South Ja&tttiifi
per the locomotive to move the
need such cases. Dr. King's New Life Pills; the best power
is natural that
It you should lr.1 I and office. cars He lost hes-vily by his failureto
i The cleric was directed to notify } gentlest regulators of stomach and
glasses for reading, writing sewingand Alfred Ayer that the Mclntosh road I bo-*els. Guaranteed by Tydlng & Co. get his product to market.The price We carry a complete line, from the Kitchen to the ,
other close work. Between the leading to the west Micanopy road. ',druggists. Price 25 cents. THATS IT went down and then back to $7 again Parlor. the
epee of 40 to SO, a perfect eye should upon which the location of said road Cough your self Into a fit of spasms but he was ,still unable to get his We can put in Kitchen Stove |tor Range

need glasses at this age to relieve them was grunted to him by the board to be I' A GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION and then wonder why you don't get product to market and furnish all that is needed for that room. SVe have ;
from the strain when used for close O rne.r located on section line to a point near If you are looking for a good business welL If you will only try.a bottle of I He declared that be knew these'conditlons -: -
to exist because he bad that is needed for the Dining
the Etlnston end at which point the Ballard. Horehound Syrup your cough care everything Room, except
work. people need proposition call on F. W. Ditto.When
Many young road was to digress so as to miss a hill. will be a thing of the past. It is a fully investigated the matter and had
glasses early in life to relieve the and place said road in better condition I I you hare a cough or cold do I positive cure for ,coughs influenza I learned' the facts. While the losses I the Silver; for the Parlor or Halt,,and for the Bed Room -

various forms of eyestrain which is and that he is required to open said not ask some one what is good for It. I bronchitis and all pulmonary diseases.One fall heavily upon the shippers who are i we have all that you will; need, including the Bed-cloth
all head road as per the above specifications bottle will convince at thus held up. yet from this explanation S H!
of -
the of TS cent. you your
cause per I as there is danger in taking some unknown -
putting It In as good condition as the l -it would seem that the railroadsare ing. Linen, the Covering for the Floor and the Picturesfor
aches. Just think It has been proveiT preparation. Foley's Honey and I druggist. 25c. COc. and $L Sold by the I .
not really to blame. They
old road removing stumps. roots, are securing
by eminent authorities that 3 people rocks 'and other obstructions. Tar cures coughs, colds and prevents Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. additional motive power as fast the Walls. We also carry Complete Furnishingsfor
pneumonia. The genuine is in a yellow -
ovt ef every 4 that have headaches Whereas It has been brought to the, I I' I(as the factories can turn it out. and Office.
package. Refuse substitutes. Sold :Masks, masks masks. We have
notice of the board that P. T_ Randall. I j i beyond this they can do nothing to relieve t -
have defective Glasses are the ;
eyes. :j: by all druggists. them. The Poatotfice Drugstore I'
whose teams are hauling logs across! II the present situation. The roads I
remedy because they CORRECT the the causeway at Grahamville ferry ts |I I themselves are losing heavily by this" Call on, or write, us and get'our estimates on your wants*_ ..I
DEFECTS. Wh.n properly fitt.d thereis continuously knocking the causewayout j' I situation,. because they lose the freight!

no eye strain. When you get ready of place and otherwise obstructing,I.A.LLEN I If revenues they would otherwise get If, -
te be relieved of these headaches can the said road: It was ordered that the I W. BRIDGES I they were able to handle the goods. I :
clerk of this court beand he Is here-I So it would seem that the railroads Mclver &
and I make specialty of MacKay. .
see me. a correcting I
by directed to notify the said P. T.I f have troubles of their own as well, .
where othws fail. Satisfaction of
eyes Randall that in case the said !damagesare I l, Dispenser as the common herd. I _
t guaranteed or money refund not repaired at once and that incase _
ed. My references are those that I of further damage to said cause- Pure Ice Cream and Cold Drinks IN PRAISE OFCH4MBERLAIN'S I -

have relieved.DR. way by his teams as aforesaid and If COUGH REMEDY:I
Choice Candies Emits Confections .
D. M. BONEY the said causeway la not properly repaired I
Eyesight Specialist Optical Parlors by him, that prosecution will Full Line of all Popular Brands oi Cigars. There Is no other medicine manutac'I'''I''
b te Instituted against the said P. T. tuerd that has. received so <

2 and 4 Gary Building. Deals. Fla.. Randall as is in such cases providedby Come iu and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of.cream:under and so many expressions,of gratitude. i GRAHAM BROS. :
law. as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It i
Mr. R. A. Baskln appeared before I the electric fans. Don't forget the place. is effective and prompt relief follows i

WEIl F i the board in behalf of a widow. Mrs. Its use. Grateful parents everywhere 1 MARION COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.' ;
,Ellis requesting a small approprla- do not hesitate to testify to Its merits

THEJEWELER ion for her. and It was ordered that ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM PARLOR, for' the benefit of others.. It Is a cer- -- .;;,..
I the sum of Iii per month be and the I tain cure for croup and will preventthe
same i Is hereby appropriated for the Next to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank. attack if given at the first appearance -, I
:I: J[ [R i said Mrs. Ellis, and Commissioner I of the disease. It ts especially i Land Titles Examined, .1 Abstracts Furnished.i
i. Turner be and he Is hereby appointedas adapted to children as It is pleasant i
a committee of one to Investigate I I to'take and contains nothing Injurious.:
:the matter and report to this board Mr E. A. Humphreys a well known' Fire Insurance on City Buildings, Merchandise! IIItISe1iOdIEtI

Carries a Complete Stock of at its next regular meeting. We Are Open for resident and clerk in the store of .Mr.: .
: Whereas Walter Ray who has a very I, E. Locke, of Alice. Cape Colony South TELEPHONE 368
Jewelry, Consisting of large stock farm in section: 23 and adjoining Africa says; "I have used Chamber!
I township 15. range 20. has nota lain's Cough Remedy to ward off'
PINS. DIAMONDS sufficient water supply for his stock I croup and colds in my family. I found i I
RINGS WATCHES. thereon and is the owner of the neVi I It to be very satisfactory and it gives
c-41W8. FOBS. of the nw>4 sec 33, tp 15. r 20. which I Business. 't ne pleasure to recommend it." For OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS .
has upon it two never failing ponds of sale by all druggists. ,
CHAINS CUT GLASS. water and which is separated there- i

FINE CHINA from by the public road known as Crib-i NEW ARRIVAL OF HORSES: General Machine & '
Repair Shops
LADIES' UMBRELLAS butt's road; It was ordered that If thechattcter *
We have put in a full line of Men'siLadies' Messrs. Tompkins and Nichols received -
of said road which is be-
GUARANTEED CLOCKS another carload of fine Tennessee -
-ADd- tweet] the two pieces of land cannotbe I and Children's Shoes Men's andBoys' horses and mules this week and Are Well Equipped With the Mast Skilled 'Mechanic -MM! the Latest 'Ma : "
abrogated that this board will pay the animals may be seen at the stables chinery and Tools for Doing at Short Notice aW Kinds .fLIGHT
SOUVENIR CARDS. for a tunnel across said road from the north of the
Clothing. Gent's Furnishing Etc. square. Mr. Tompklns TURNING, FITTING, PIPE CUTTING, THREADING AND LIGHT
section: containing his stock with the -
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRINo. I PaTS the stock ts as fine as he has REPAIR WORKA
last mettioned at cost not to
a seen in many a day and cordially invites -
exacted ISO. 4 Our prices are very reasonable. Satisfaction all lovers of good horse and mule Specialty Made of-the Repairing and Adjusting of ::
:Mr. Ughtsey appeared with his attorney flesh to come and take a look at them. Marine aM Stationery Engine of Light Horsepower, Either Steam, Ga .. .J.

OCALA, FLA Mr. Biggs with reference to guaranteed.THE Gasoline Automobiles and Automobile Engines, Eta 4
the account of Mr. Ughtsey's heretofore -
I presented and refused for the arrest Agents for the Monarch Ban festal, the Calumet Gas Engin.Oil-tM Ara: 1

of Richard Adams et al. and after SAMPLE CLOTHING AND SHOE CO., Pardoning Board_ Gives Them More Elastic Paint, the Deft Dry Batteries

consideration by the board it was or- DEALERS IN PIPES FITTINGS, SHAFTINGS, PULLEYS. ETC.
I I Time and Will Ask the Governorto
Montezuma Bloc'c Bloom & Poor Ocala Florida.
dered that in lieu of said account for ,
A Choice Stock I E175 that a. warrant be drawn for $125as Commute Their Sentence PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL MAIL ORDER -BUSINEM: t (

: a compensation in payment In full Atlanta. Ga.. Dec. 7.-Milton and ,
Of Fresh Beef Pork of the said account Jess Rawlinps will not bang today,
The petition having been grant d fora despite the fact that the court has Ocata Gas Engine Works, .

road leading from Lake Weir, the FURNITURE FURNITURE fixed today as the date for their execution .
And Mutton
following persons were appointed asa -
Successor to YONGE 4. CUNE
committee to layout said road viz: : These two young men were under a .
Vegetables, Fruits Poultry, C. J. Smith It. L. Martin and George sentence to hang today for participation SHOP PHONE NO. 349. NIGHT PHONE NO. Mt.
RusselL Don't think for a mInute that we have gone In the murder of the Carter children -
Eggs Fish, Oysters and County Farm but the Gloria ,
yesterday prison
out oi the Furniture Easiness In Oeala. We
Choice Fresh Family Gruc Mr. Long thereupon read his reportof board granted them a reprieve.The .
the poor farm which is as follows: here to and have exceptionally crime for which these men are
cries, always un hand from stay some MARIONFARMSr ;
To the Board of County Commis- convicted and sentenced to hang was ,
which to do Jour marketing.Send sioners of Marion county, Fla; Gentle- fine bargains to offer in FURNITURE and all the same for which their father. Rev. .
men: I visited the poor farm Nov. J. C. Rawlings and Alf Moore the lat E3 LE S
or bring us jour:, or kinds of HOUSE FURNISHINGS both newand s
30th and found the inmates: In usual ter a negro were convicted sentencedand l
den and tLey will have health. The Idiotic negro stayed two second-hand. hanged on last Tuesday Val-
attention days and then departed. Five barrelsof dosta. The crime was the murder of (INCORPORATEDof .
prompt extra fine syrup was put up and Our holiday line is coming;and contains fire Carter children eighteen months ''"
nearly two barrels have been hold at ago.
W. E. SMITH.No. forty cents per gallon.! The friends of many rare bargains in beautiful goods. Giveus The board yesterday decided to commute GENERAL LIVERY
the poor farm doubtless consumed In the death sentence to that of .i

98 North Magnolia St. I chewing cane_ drinking_ I Juice and insampling a call and we will save you money.J. life Imprisonment and will make this /,-,-,><
syrup one barrel of: syrup.! recommendation to the governor who
Phone Eighteen meat hogs were slaughtered will undoubtedly approve of .the -findIngs FINE CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ;

132 Nor.ISO' pounds 23rd. of which lard and net 350 3,090 pounds pounds.of J. A. PiTTMAN & SONTHE of the board.FOLLOWING. TRAPS CARRYALLS I _'"

sausage meat were put up. 300 poundsof THE FLAG. SADDLE H9RSES. ETC -
hams placed In the cold stor-
OCALA PRESSING CLUB When our soldiers went to Cuba and y A v
age plant. FURNITURE MEN. the Phlliplnes. health was the most FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES
i Two fine mUch cows with young ,
J. F. WILLIAMSON. ProP.W. important consideration. Willis T.
calves got out of the cow lot and died ",
Morton retired Commissary Sergeant
.,Make a Specialty of Lad....' Skirts from an over gauge of warm juice U. S. A,, of Rural Route 1, Concord.N. HORSES AND MULES FORHORSES SALE:. i
from the kettle that had been shimmed. & LANG .
of all Kinds H., says "I was two years in BOARDED BY THE.MONTH
Xo blame is found for this disaster.
Cuba and two years in the Philip
Rates Reasonable-All Goods Pressed There are several head of tattle left Successors to S. A STANDLEY & CO. pines. and being subject to olds took .
toand Cleaned on Short Notice and Deliverci < t I The potato crop Is being' dug and Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- A. C. COBB Genera Manager.

l Promptly.'PHONE. haused. The crop was cut short by eumpfon. which kept: .me in perfect :

I the dry weather, but enough has been A Full Stock of Harness health. And now in New- Hampshire.we .
Wagons Carriages Buggies
167 made for the use of the farm. While find It the best medicine in the

the vegetables have been stunted by Saddlery and all the Accompanying Lines world for coughs and colds, bronchial ,,-.t
the long continued drouth,. enough are
AH transient work not called for troubles, and all lung diseases Guar-
within 30 day will be sold for charge I left for table use. financial report HEAVY FARM AND 'TURPENTINE WAGONS. anteed at Tydings',& Co.'. drug store.Rice .
Herewith find -
Efl cents and $L Trial bottle free.

Report for November.of the poor for Novem Exclusive Agents for the Famous White Hickory 'Turpentine FOR SALEA

J. Zenas P/ ston.Typewriterse, her 190C: Wagon. Prompt Attention to out of Town Orders. 1
Superintendent.. .... u ..$ 35 00 Fine Ten-Room House '<,
Hired help.. _'.. .... .... _. 45 30
KNIGHT & LANG: Will sell my fine residence In the
Washing: and ironing. .. .. 700 Itde
Cooking..... __ .. ..... ... .. 8 50 first ward. It Is a t.o-storylen-room 1<<
Rheinauer & Co.. .. ....... 15 15Mclver house and bar a bats and all modern
& MacKay.. .. .. .. .. 11 15 ]DO YOUR MARKETINGWhere improvements. large lot. at a price that 1' -
will Interest buyers. Price and terms
T..W.. Smith & Co. .. .. ... 1 30
AH machines guaranteed for reasonable to a responsible buyer. Am
Dr. "W. V. Newsom.. .. .. .. 7 00
tvrice as long as others. Martin & Cam. .. .. .. .. .. 00 you can get Better Supplies for Less Money. kaving the city the cause of the sale. :'.
Apply to.1L. Handelsman at the Bost .
Tydings & Co.. eo .. .. .. .. 7 00
Mrs. U P. OHn. .. .. eo .. 9 15 The Place to do This is at n Store. Ocala Fla

Florida time Co. .. .. .. 1 20
Second-Hand Machines from .. 61'11111'6COMPLETE I NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS.We
U J. Smoak & Son. 1 !5
00 are pleased to announce that Gives rest to th* stomach. For Indigestion,dyspepsia, sour steed.tired .
$5.00 Up. $157 STOCK OF FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS Tar for stomach weak stomach -windy stomach Iled Maaaate .r' ::
By produce sold for cash.. u. 31 95 Foleys Honey and coughs ,pu ,1sei. tN .
--' .* t. ms,os Fish and Oysters an* Country p.d_ Carried at all Tim. colds and lung troubles>> Is not affected S and catarrh of the .AprM pt rebeL s : -
Respectfully Giv. me a Share of Your Patronage by the National:Pare Food and.Drag = .l --j-
RIBBONS & SUPPLIES submitted.H.W. Long. law as:It contains no. opiates,or other u,.Lee- 1DSIs 1 f ear"Err'' .- f=;: 7 tdnas..w ,
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meet this I they eajioot-Catarrh-Is roactecbe-seftt'sClhe'_btaod- dis evening ,;;;-home of-Mr. and
Dec. 10 rn n& ease ycopjrtit aUooal TRIIEINAUEROffcr.a
Monday disease and Itf order. to corn 'it Mrs C. J Plimips. OP Sooth TMr t-

Elks meet Tuesday event* you must take Internal reme ieaHan's \. atiuct, was tbe,scene jif .ooe of the.. & co.

Catarrh Core is =Jceq tnteraaQy 'nit'b'ilZia. :recept om',et tbe4 ,
Odd Fellows, meet Tuesday: night and acts directly on the btood and m_ soe:: The E ee..9D ttj
eons surface !HlTs Catarrh Cure were Miss Bailey, of 'Jackson.. 'Ma, Complete Assortment of
FOR RUNT-A four Ism cottage In is not a quack m cactae;-I} v .pn-. and :m- McCladg eefy;er Virgieia, : _
second wail Apply to Dr. Wm Aaerson K&UfAfay one of. .theta_ : .t+ ji4La&sin aDd MUs-Mlxonke debu1allte.daug .. C, A -

At the Store druggist this eoantry for __ and ,s ,e.4'tertot.t.ofie&ill.. Japanese lantere -Turkis
Variety ::J
? Vbroagboct : Rugs
.- regaiar prescription. his_a>ft posed Of were Lung- tbe porch and t ,
Mr. and Mrs. B. X, Knight of TarnJ the best,tonics knows,Hjttfuewith, ; yard. tfTfe JrecepUea hail was rich In xt
: are at tae Ocala: House. the beat blood' porlCers", actjn* director .Its-decx> raWa3 ftf palms and vine*, Velvet Rags U
gsre"twliicjj.wJtS lax being .
wliije _
ly oa the mucous'aurta.ces.rba perfect I B ;;
Wood wood. Order your store wood combination of -tiff "two, Ingredients URdJrV.the doors and.windowc Recelang -

from B. B. Seymour. Phone US.. la what proJbees.*socjt roaderful ; were airs T H.Jofacspit In.a U ._ Axminster-- Rags: a
Don't wait natal freezing weather.. results In caring Catarrbv 'Send for rtylUh gown.
,. We will put on sale /" it tintonlals free. .. : ; ; waist; 'Mr C. C. CarrolL In an elegant .. : fit1 ': -.
:Mr. J S. Huron of Is at creation of blue' de ebeae WHft- ** *. *
Tampa Cheney crepe -
F. I A Ox., Pfopi, Toledo>; O:: Barman Rags H ,
the Ocala House. "*>}i_by' draggists.-priee ccr Take bitted kith; motifs of lace aDd Persian CIJ "- ?
HalTs Family Fills for constipation- tttrnnitBgs. anA Mrs S. T. SlstrtraX. ::d .' -

Dolls! .Animals, Ircn Toys, Steam Toys; ; We are headquarters for schoolbooks whose brunette beauty was 'enhanced o T ap try Rugs, M4 -
and school supplies of al:fclnds.' The editor of the Star-defamed by a blue crepe d* enece with ailTera.iAftCt.d
Ocala 2 ew. Co. day from St. Loafs, wbepe: 'It* attepOed net about th rorsage. The H Smyrna Rugs
Mechanical Toys: Fnrniture, Drums, the mettlng of the exeeutiri.x>mnsittee parlor w&3 artistically arranged Inpalx3s.'traillc&i "' ui
Mr. C. O. Fox. the popular young of the National "EditorialAssoetatlon.: ,. :: >amboo andsoft"shaded; .nsrt

Pianos Stoves Lanterns dreg' salesman is at the Ocala House. representing' Florida: in that,body'The .tights with eat glass Totes, of white : and Art SquaresIN .

Magic work done was the getting otf,t>f a program roses on-tables and 'mantle Mrs> }
.b See those handsome Aininf tables for the T&eettng :of"tt .aasatativip Phillip received In'a black net ever foe

sideboards and haIl racks at Mclver Uo May 1 531.. 1.aH .-t1Ltii'3U taffeta. Misa .Mixea*. gown was a
Tea Sets -
Horns, Lamps, [aeKa""*.. dtf I Exposition and discussing tbe rela- white net with ringlets of Jaee. the ,- POPULAR SIZES
tlon of the editor to tllesraiircad pass. decolette bodice being finished with JDu
Mr A. M. Goodwin of Mattel. Is at tiny pink rose buds. She carried pink 1 I JS and
Boxes Etc., the Ocala House. I Puff boxes nal} brushes..Jtooth brushes roses and ferns.: :Miss McClangbeity w
hair"trusses; milffftfy!'brashes. w as- D&oMd in a* scarlet crepe 'dcKe .' U
We make a specialty of engraved rosewood and'cetttiMd mftrrerst't&flsp- ,i 4''mad princess' with 'dterridgand AT POPULAR PRICES ,

All Will Be Sold Invitations and cards.: Aa good as can brooms; and tdf.other toilet= articles.A ., corded fucks. -Her bouquet was "
at be bad anywhere.Samples shown with I .beautiful Hneo. select front Ty- American" beaqty, 'Toee*. Miss""Bailer f' \
pleasure. The Postoffice Drugstore. -. is : wore a Vhlte- soft silk with bias Persian "
dings k CO 0 : .
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-....T77-: CI liesrairie3I : r .. >
t trlmmtngt biruqu'etof -
H. B. Smith of Lynchtmrg Va. Isat I I Special rale td re niar--monthJTI white roses a maiden Lair ferns. '.:.WINDOW:SHADESLU OLEUM and OIL CLOTH _

24 Cents the Ocala House. boarders at tie" Mtmtezuma"?hotel. and ID tbe back parlor a quantity of ferns

i,I you will find there a lot of congenial and bamboo were used effectively in-
The finest line of holiday box stationery ersperced with wen of roses: Miss
we bare ever shown Is now on I Nellie Stevens Mrs. Byrne and Mrs.
display at the Postoffice Drugstore. I I people.CASTORIA Dickerson greeted the guests. Their

Each. gowns were white with lace trimmings
The Ocala House had fifty arrivals In the dining room pink was the prevailing ,- -
yesterday. This hotel has never donea color the lights being shaded
better business that It Is doing this For Infants and Chnaz ., with ptnkt A: soft glow was thrown

,, season under Mr. Malonejs proprietorship over the entire room. which was a F
( t '
"- -, TttKMYogHiHAIiaisBMghtBears bower'of vines.being Intertwined with
.: '.. ,
pink tulle and clusters of roses. Mrs.
DOX'X FAIL TC VISIT OUR STORE IF YOU WANT :io! Hnylers candles bare not advanced the ,, Robert Blake. In a pretty dress of
In price. Ton can buy Hoylers S1patUNOf -- white with,pink ribbons ushered theguests
TO SEE THE as cheap as you can any other kind.A Int*as attractive little bower of -r
fresh supply just received at T. W. alms on- the porch; where delicious

Trailer's. WHEEL FOUND fruit.punch.was served by Miss Valeta,

LARGEST LINE OF XMAS GOODS IN OGALA Mr. P. L Lamb of Columbus. Ga. Is A bicycle was found last night. Can decolette Potter. who robe was over charming pink taffeta.In a lace After -

a guest at the Ocala House.A have same by proving property and some few minutes"of social intermingling -
paying for this ad. the guests were served with

..' new line of Iron beds, nearly one cherry cream in blocks of pink' and
hundred different patterns and any VOICE CULTUREMiss white and cake with green white and 4
price desired. at McIver tc ).[a.cKa. **. pink mints. An orchestra In a secluded -
Sarah WhItfield will give lessons corner of the yard, furnished the
SPECIAL MONDAY SALES OF-XMAS GOODS S, H. Gaitsklll, of McIntosh was In In voice culture at her home, one music for this, happy occasion. DurIng -
the city last night on business He door east of the armory.: Fort King the hours of 9 and 11 o'clock.

FROM NOW TILL CHRISTMAS. returned home today. avenue. seventy-five of Ocala's society :people

... called and the evening was in every
Have you seen the hot-pressed Vellum '
'We have a complete Sine of drug way a success.
gist's sundries and drugs. The most paper at tbe PoatofSce: Drug-

up-to-date in the city. Tydtega & Co store..... ? MARRIED LAST NIGHT THE MONTEZUMA

We are displaying a magnificent line
:Mr. Harry Precht has returned froma o. screens In all sizes,, styles and. Mr Robert T. Adams of this city,
visit to Atlanta. makes. Melver'A MacX y. son of Mrs. Dorothy C. Edwards was
The VarktyStoreF married last evening at 8 o'clock to, LEASED FOR TEN YEARSBest

We want your prescription business Mr. ")f. H_ Baum, of the ::fCrate :Miss Nellie Carpenter at the home of
and are better prepared than ever to Co. at Crystal River went up to Jacksonville the br de-. parents in deader.. JOWL

take care of it. Tydlngs & Co. yesterday to meeC his*,wife and Jr. and Mrs.'Adorns wIlMisit Chicago.St. Year-Round ,Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida.. Up-to-Date
Louis and some of the ether
danghtem. who returned to" Crystal western
Mr. Alfred Ayer. of Mclntosh. was In River with him cities for a few days and will arrive Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Eat
the city today, looking-.after tax assessing 2 in Ocala about the ISth. The

matters wedding was a very Quiet home affair .
':' only the Immediate family of the bride V J. SHEPaiAjST PROPRIETOR'
TRI\TI'a'LT: E Our winter stock of rugs art 8qWLI'Uand J. E. CHACE being present. The young couple will ,
mattlnga Is said to be the finest make tiome at the Ocala House
ever shown In Ocala Melrer' & Mac- DENTAL SURGEON where 'Mr. Adams is'assisting In tbe

Ka y. management of the hotel as wen as

Office Upstairs Coimncrcld Bank_ : Bid g filling'the position.of-city ticket. agent A CAR OF

It's a little early but our fall stock is w.. B, Galagher of Tampa a pop &. : for. the A..C. I*,.railroad. whose "offices ,r
ular traveling man. Is In the city and a OCALAr FLA. In the hotel. :.: ,

arriving daily, and we arz in a position to guest of the Ocala House. TenDS,:Cash.\ A SUCCESSFUL DEER HUNT. STEEL CHAMPION FENCING

Do you want the most comfortable .
AIr'we ask is few place In the state to board for the .
save you money. a, Messrs. J. I* Smoak. Louie Lang?IX .
money It will cost you? If so,,come-to S. Anderson and Leland Smoak drove -- .

minjtes of valuable time to show CoL Shipman's Montezuma hoteL s out to the trig scrub. 20 miles east'of 9 --

your .>cala.\Vednesday afterncBn and spent J .
Mr. and Mrs. M. Strauss: and their I ,Vb "
the deer The
day yesterday hunting.
stock. little daughter will leave Sunday for "AND I WANT .
you through our their new home In Clnc1nDa.tLWe hunt was a most of.successful. one, and I' J -.
a wagon load deer was brought
MAT I WANT Into the city early this morning. One ... uI
aN headquarters for all kinds of -
._ a of the moat unusual sights ever seen r
: '
itationery Come and see us when In the since the $ t' -. t
on streets days of the
A FEW LEADERS need of any. The Fostofflce Drog- IENIWANTI i olden times when deer roamed the .
i store. t .. forests so plentifully was the sight of _

three huge deer,In Mr. Smoak"s two- 41r- ,.
Iron Beds $2.50 up. Henry M. Flagler wife and" friends horse wagon which he drove through J. -
arrived In .Jacksonville from New York town"to the envy of all hunters who ...o.-- -
resterday. He will spend a short timeIn r- -
I saw itMr. ., ..
Sideboards Jf50 St. Augustine when he will proceedto .--
$. Leland Smoak. the..young son of
up. his winter home at Palm Beach.A .
the "Champion Hunter, killed the THE BEST EVER BROUGHT TO OCALA.
1orId Recticirred/ Q largest of the three a noble buck,,with
China Closets $15 and Christmas box of perfume makesa the finest head of antler that we have -
up nice gift. We have a large line to P iI lfflN.J ever: Been. To. Mr..D.'S. Anderson, tbe The material is all right
show. The Postofflce Drugstore. .
J popular manager of the Ocala Iron.

Can Always Get Works, fell the honor of bringing down It builds the best fenceIt
Rev J P. Hilburn of Live Oak other"tw
wasin the one of which was alsoa
town today renewing old friendship J It FRESH at huge buck, with spreading antlers.

OCALA FURNITURE CO. .. T. W. TROXLER'S 'The other one was a medium sized. is sold reasonably

spike horned buck.
The Ocala News Company Is opening! These deer were the first Mr. Anderson -
an elegant advance fine of holiday chi- bad ever seen wild In-the woods
E. C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS. na. In all of the most beautiful domes- Electrical Supplies.I and his success was remarkable. He T. W. SMITH & CO.
lie and Imported goods The line I. I killed'them both with a shotgun Mr.

the largest the moat expensive and i Leland Smoak shot his huge buck with WHOLESALE &RETAIL OCALA
the best selection they have ever car ,have a well selected stock a shotgun ,also. while It was running ,
The East Florida
Telephone Company ried. of Electric Fans, in both the from him lIe broke him down. In the HARDWARE. FLORIDA
I hlpe! and bra father finished: hint with

OF GAINESVILLE AND THE E. T. Phelps of Philadelphia.. .is at I General Electric Co.: and the his nne.. .. a-

the Montezuma. Weatinghouse make. The latter THE A FINE CARRIAGE .. SILVERWARE
: ..
Ocala Telephone Company The finest line of soaps toilet powders -
little .
cost a more but require J Messrs.! Knight Ie Lang r received I am showing this season an unusually -
etc, in the city, and the finest IMn't forget. the city election r.ext
yesterday one of the finest vehicles pretty line of sterling silver and
lOc. soap on the market. Tydlngs tc less current operate Tuesday There win be elected a-mayor
HAVE CONNECTIONS AND REACH THE FOLLOWING POINTS Company.A ,..Major L T. Jilar being the onlycandidate. ever brought to. this jetty, with fine I guaranteed pUtwTsnverware, la aS of -
Alaebua- Graham 11Ie. Orange Lake. them. I also carry,ra stock A councilman from the harness to match. The vehicle Is a the different, table and toilet articles.
"' cabriolet. mace by the Columbus. A E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
Anthony. GaJneavllle. P..alelgb. full line of Dennison's crepe and first ward Mr John Ii Robertson being 0"1
Archer. Grove Park. Rochelle.Arredondo. plain tissue paper. .Japanese napkins Fancy Globes" thg. i, Low the only candidate. A'councilman Buggy,Co. and will be tied by J.

Hague. Rode Springs and lunch sets at. the Postoffice' .Drug Lights, etc. from the';second" ward, .Mr. C. Rhein- McDuffy in his livery business D'I -'A FAMOUS...-LECTURER
BerUn. JI&wthorne. Rocky PoinL store. auv. being.. the only candidate. A
Blitchtoa .,- J1ernfr.Ddo. Romeo. All l kinds of electrlcal-work oouncilman::;from" ;Jhe;:tblrd'ward.-- I Mr. Stewart Harris, son ef the Professor Ambrose Lee Sobrie,.-ef.

Brouon. High S rinp.. Scrub Stilt I* I* Home of York, is at the Montezuma. dftea'oli:. H. C;; Groves: aDd )fr. J."W.Crosby,beIng John Harris- of Cltra who Is a student I.John B. Stetson University at and UeLand.wm win.
arrive In Oeala tomorrow
Campvllla lIolder. Silver Springs. and"repairing: candidates. A councilman from the .:of the University Ylrglnia,but who
COD&DL ..luUette. Spring Park. ,air. A./ being has been home for several weeks too II be preeent at the teacher's meeting; at
able under full fourth ward. G:. Carmichael I.
CoDDor. LaCro e. Sparr.Crystal prices,. a guari ,the only candidate.AT regain his impaired I health, came down I the Ocala high sehool Saturday mem-
Office supplies of all kinds and I log, where be will give Borne of his
JUver. Levon. Summerneid.Dnnnellon. antee. IfYour lights are out I I this afternoon to spend a day with
blanks a specialty at the Ocala News famous lectures recitals and dramatic
I Harris.
lIcIntosh. Tacoma. THE- and Mrs. F E.
Com pa By. of need CATHOLIC CHURCH. interpretations. Frot Subrie's talks
fir wiring
Dutton. 1l1canopy. Trenton. or you ,! "-'
Mrs. Edward Cannlc aeI. who attended will be more than Ioteretlng and all
Elliston.Er1n.ton. Montbrook.lIontape. 'Wacahoota.FeUcI& Tyler. \V. D. McDonald of Inverness, la at! to No.222. Saturday" ,;Dee: '8th. win be the feast I the late Sunday school convention 'who can do so should be there to bear
Immaculate of the
of tbe Conception '
the Montezuma.
all over the country
him. The
at Jacksonville as a rejcresenta- press
lIorrUton. ;
WWl ton. i
Walter Tucker. Blessed Virgin Patroness of the: United i where be has appeared. peak In the
tire of tbe tourSundar schools of
Fort \\"bite. New-benT. Worthington Sprlnc. The line of cut ha1"eever States. : Divine service trill be held -
largest glass we highest termi of his lectured
Ocala, returned home. today delighted
Garden Grove. Oak. }'tcetc., etaTHIS l
'a -AH faithful Christians are
: shown. The goods are right and at jo.
with the attendance and interest manifested
the price lighter The postoffice Drug invited for tte occasion. erpeciany WILL OPEN EVENINGS
IS THE CHEAPEST MODE OF COMMUNICATIONFor In the e6ln'"e 1tlon. There were
store. those good people who trust that the :
over '209 delegates present
Rates Apply to the Ocala Telephone Company.HOTEL Hunnicutt's Woodyard mother of God can obtain from her Frank Gai1fIog's Bazaar Stet will Ve
You get worth at the Divine Son the blessings which we [
your moneys Mr. Patrick H. Gfflen, one of the open every evening until after the holidays
Ocala News Company and a couponfor stand more. }in need ot, such as"s good state's beet Job printers Is back at his : till 9 o'clock. This Is to give the
a $:5 piece of hand-painted chi rain that would be eo beneficial our 1i _
WINDLE na. You can see It in the window.S. I have bought the woodysrd beatti -" old place In the Star's department i shoppers a chance to do their bayingaf
15 17 E. health enablethe toilers to
!19 Forsyth Street. and pre this popular store
: ." Mr Gillen was with the Star for sven _
Ofclawaba" '
ed'between avenu and! their-fields. -
a P. Shepard of Winter Park Is -. or eight rears. nom about four i
1 Kev. D. Bottoticdo, Pastor.
New among the guests at Montezuma. Broadway and have a stock of green years' ago, when be went ever to the NEW HOME SEWING MACHINESWe
and First-Class
al -
I .office where be has,been until -
; Bannej .
and stove wood on band. Oak and MULES I '
'r dry HORSES AND are agents for the New HomeSewing
Appointments Mrs E. M Daniels of Jacksonville a few days: ag .
ls acting as day clerk at the :Montezuma 'pine. or mixed aa desired._,A big load ., ; Mad ne and carry them In
"We have our horses and mules selected Mr stock. Call and Hebe machines and ""-
American Plan during the Illness of Mr Coffman.We Mr and Mrs 'Frank Potts
2.00 to delivered to any part of the city for'$1(' by) another member of the firm and Mrs. G o. S. Lowndes and Miss get prices. Sold on time Is preferred. h.

$2.50 per day. have sold all of our chasing cash. Call at the yard or phone : who is always on the ground in 'Kentucky Nellie Potts of Atlanta, are pleasant Pittman & Son. the furniture. men. .;
ij Plan dishes, but have a shipment that will No. andrefor get only the very party at the_Ocala House. The gentlemen F %"
r European Rooms ,'
,.- j ,one come by express next week. The Poet- choicest animals. \Ve fully guarantee In tbe party axe members of the Millions of bottle of Foley Honey
4 I person, 't'S c. per day and office Drugstore. 370.M.RHtinniciitt: every bone and mule ,sold by as. famous Homoeassa Fishing dub and Tar have been, sold without any
Patterson Cmtcber. having ,
personever experienced tiltother .
r 'ILfl up. weekly rates Open the bowels aand get the cold At Marion Farms Stables. .John Stevens, .of Fort McCoy came than beneficial results from Its-:=
: Center of City. Near ai out .of your system. Kennedy's Laxative in this afternoon, on his.way to Gardner use for cousis. colds and lung trots,*,

{ : s Car Lines. Open all the Cough Syrup opens the bowels HICKS' PUBLIC. SPEAKER INTERRUPTED near Arcadia, to visit his son, whois Lies This Is because jie gene F*.:
and at the same time allays the Inflammation very side. Mr Stevens may bring ,fcy Honey .and Tar In the yeQww:
Yeai Rooms with Bath of the mucous membranes. CAPUDINE Public .pea.ken'1Lre frequently interrupted his son home If be does not improve.:' package eontaln* no opiate nf otb r.+>", ,

Extra Charge. Contains honey and tar. Drives out ooitMcnur bJ.-people coughing. This _, I harmful drugs. Guard year h ea1.Un)7 :_ < --:
the cold and stops the eo gh. Absolutely cUlLS would l1 happen If Foley.Honey and Rev. 1'.0)Ge1 % who is a, student! refusing; any but' the" genatee. Se& by -:::

free from opiates. Conformsto BEAlACRESIrab" Tar were taken, curecoughs. and In the, theological ,department of the 1 an druggists: p
C, B. .SMITH, Proprietor, Jac&sopyfle,, Florida* the National Pure Food and Drug C0IBS colds and prevents''pnemnonia The I Fnrmaa University; 'GreeovlKe.; ,s. CUpassedthrough : KltcJifa !
Law. to take. Sold the contains, opiates and Is in Ocala 'today_en bits See one of tl*** ,
Pleasant by I....u.... genuine no i :
Pus from and 8
Depot 1 S : .
I r:: ,Anti-Monopoly drug store.x ,,. lyblrtb. i ..... ,w yefoM'package:Sold by all druggists.. I way U Apopitato.apend't1fx holiday j '...atXeJt"i, '
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