The Ocala evening star.

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


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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


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

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t MW- etir Cbwt eBy, a Severe Storm that Scattered

SBuildings and Drove Ships Ashore.
One Life Lout A f
t PaL ap el srln,, Sai, Pranisco. Dec 12' -A heavy east A nice UsLne o
S-_ --ga-i-.- ,c, e,*ping aling the coast as a reg
r ,.;,, :, of 4, ils an hour il
Finc Ckell -:;. lrru' r isc.,ar y.--sterday and S I ver
Sri--Jtl 11 th.- d-att, of a laborer and
RhdIRRC Pfft^t fi ^kth-*' j'i'e o'r 'i *'ny*,o )'jthers ho
-- i .-r... aught by a fa;;ilrg t'.a.
PMIi P cping ts I.. t idi b'arr >a .la;gd ; i
Soiiderabll and in all uarters of the
SAln ',_-itN walls ,~ -ri- hurled to tfe ground.
,!.A kadcig tr-'ts and interrupting
0 6"rr rt, 'r tri trr-t .r r\icr,- was about
i ;'<-iidt<-<
Qrary Snct al -, ,il ,t:ke s-e-veral days fully tu JlWeLERS,
;.,--. thi- tre-'t -ar Irvice In iany
TC. .. ir... ., '.e-- wa.- broken
T r POT GROCEtRY ding- and wall-.
| ',-.: ,.- .- ri:,rtaini-d for the safety FOR SALE
,,, !i* n i-+' a;,in thle coat.
-- .. A Fine Ten-Room House
IN PRAISE OF Wi!1 sell my fine residence in the
^V n AH CCHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY first ward. It is a two-story, ten-room
THE I- house and has a bath and all modern
There is no other rnmdicine manufac- i i narovements, large lot, at a price that
tu-rd that has received so nauch praise; ill interest buyers. Price and terms
E anrc -, manriy e-xressions of gratitude icisonable to a responsible buyer. Am
1- Cla'nUb, erain*' Cough Remedy It staving the city the cause of the sale.
SJEWEL1- -fffcti- .alnil -r.,nitl relief follows Anppl to M. Handelsman at the Bos-

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Between the French Government and
the Catholic Church-Papal See-
retary Expelled from France

SParis. Dec. 12.-The law of associa-
tions. providing for the separation of
church and state in France. formally
went into effect yesterday. /The climax
Sof the long and bitter warfare between
the republic and the Catholic church
has thus been reached. Contrary to
what might be expected, indications
are not lacking that the public disor-
ders that have been provoked by the
strife between state and the church
will now subside iin a measurable de-
gree. If such proves not to be the case
the onus wnilt be placed upon the
church, as the government is unmis-
Stakably disposed to lniency in the en-
for-. ement of the law.

OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE After a cabinet meeting today is was
announced that Premier Clemencean
One of the most complete and attrac- on Friday next would ask parliament
tive stock of fine, up to date jewelry, to suppress the pensions for the clergy.
in the city is now on display at our liquidate the public property of the
store. We may not have the largest Cath<,liis and distribute it as provided
or finest looking store in the country, by la\\.
but we assure you that we have the Monsignror M>,nsin. secretary of the
goods, the very best goods and the very papal nunciatur., was arrested yester-
lowest prices day afternoon on an order expelling
Be sure that you call and look over him from France. He waw conducted

I.t- us-- Grateful ,prent- everywhere to.n Store, Ocala, Fla. our line of solid and plated silver, cut
A C l ct 0" t .te tv ite-if' to its merits glass and china, watches, clocks, pins,
Cl s Complete Stock of ,. t. bnr-fit ot ,,r.- It L a ctr- LADIES ALLIGATOR rings, bracelets, charms and emblems
ft P0RiStig Of .- ,ur- fr rup ,, atrdvii prevent CHATELAINE BAGS of all kinds, before you make yuur
n nt-ti~ a1 Si if Pi'f ri at mthe tirst appear- Christmas purchases.
P DAAMO ,1l th- d-e-a--. It is especially We have a small, but stlctly up to Fred G. B. Weihe, Jeweler,
S DIAMONDS j t cthldren as at i- pleasant date, line of ladies' chatelaine bags in South Side of Public Square.
RINGS, V1 ATCHES, t,, tak- and ,,tair- nrothring injurious alhgator and other leathers, different
CHARMS. FOBS. .Mr E A H :mphre,.-, a v. -l known sizes and colors. FOR SALE
CHAINS, rL'T GLASS. it -id'it and ( lerk in the store of Mr A E. Burnett, the Jeweler. One of the best established and pay-
FINE CHINA. I Lke. of Alice. 4 ape Colony, South ing mercantile businesses. Will sell
SAfir. a. aay "I have used Chamber- FINE HORSES AND MULES building or give a long time lease on
LADIES' UMBRELIAS, 'iain'r C-.ugh R'-me-d. to ward off We have just received another car- property. This is a snap, and owner
GUARANTEED CLOCKS ,i-rJup and Oldss in ni) family. I found load of as good horses and mules as has good reasons for offering it. Ad-
-And-- it to t t ery satisfat t.ry and it gives were ever seen in this market, and we dress F. W. Ditto.
SOUVENIR CARDS. 'i pleasure t,, r"-ecommrend it." For Invite those who are in need of good
Ssalt t\ all druggists. stock to call and look them over. For holiday goods. Remember our
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING. jPatterson & Crutcher, store is open until 9 o'clock. The Ocala
wJh a H. S. CHUBB PROMOTED At the Marion Farms Stables. Bazaar, Gadson.
OCAL FA To be Register of the U. S. Land
CALA.Office at Gainesvlle
V, -,n at ,tn. L,- 1 -.--,President ALLEN W BRIDGES
Hr,, ____- t \'. s.-rat to the senate
i-e, ,l a pirt ,t-n. t, -tral 1o Dispenser of
IVER & ACrKAY S 'hutt, t4. ble re giter of the I Pme ce Cre m and Cold Drlns,
"Ialid .,ffie(- at Gain,+. Vill,-- io Cmndt es- Fru tst
FUNERAL DIRECTORS it l diet a rre .e rice-vr of Choic Candies, Frits, Confectons,
t ,,, ,,,,,. +., ,ea,,esie FPis Line of afl Popllar Brands of Cigars.
ui tulrs and Embalmers r: i a pr, ,notion for Mr hubb, Line of
;\.t ,R iEN hso .-thr latter position until Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under
O. MclIVER ALFRED E. OWEN the register died a short time ago, and
Undertakers re. enily a meeting was held by the the electric fans. Don't forget the place.
Itwade-rs of the republican party in Flor-
S Bda ad Mr 'hubb wa endorsed for LL BRIDES' II P RLOR
m Casb t ds and Burial Robes tre po-ition and this r commendation ALLE BRIDGES' IE EAPARLOR,
lxias iiide tkt the pre!-sjent whrio has
Al Work Done by Licensed Em- e to ie present wo ha -
baeL and Fully Quarant- iherevitr. appointed hlni Next to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank.
,I And Early to rise. makes one healthy,
Herbine bc-fare retiring. A positive
Of. Fresh Beet Pork t ,-re for c.nstipation. dvspepsia and all
O .F esh eetPor k r ,~ mplairts Mr --, Columbia,
ST ; write- 'I always keep a sup-
And Mutttl, ,ply of ouir Herbine on hand. Am so
pleased with the relief it gives in con- When you wish to buy Furniture for the Home or
Vegetables, Fiuits. Po)trv, stipation and all liver complaints, that
Swords can't express my appreciation." Office. no matter what is desired; how much or how
Eg. s, Fish, ysters and Sold b -the Anti-.onopo : Drugstore little, we can help you do the selecting. With our
C-h-ce Ftes 1amiiv Groc
ries, always, s or i r A PREACMER SHIOT D G Mammoth Stock to select from and experienced sales.
which t dc your marketing. .s men to help you. we can surely supply your wants.
Ph.ladiieptiia. De-c 12-Miss Mary!
d or bring u- our or McAntee yesterday ard pr-babiy
s arna ey Will] have fatally wounded her father. R. John We Carry The LARGEST STOCK Of FURNISHINGS South of Jacksonville
romt attention Quincy McAntee. a Lut eran minister.
,at their home here

No. 98 North Magi olia St.

Phone 132
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The shooting, according to pol.ce of-
ficials followed a quarrel between Re '
I cAnte*- and his wife in icn ti e
SLinister, it was asserted w-as tr'-tng'
to throne Mrs McAntee down the cel-
I;ar stair-s

'Worth doing is worth doing well. If
trcal S ppll es ol nu cis to be cured of rheumatism,
Suppleas. ,use Ballard Snow Liniment and you
I have a well wlecto, s \"1i be "\\efll cured" A positive cure
I have a well elected stk to.r -praii,. neuralgia, bruises, con-
of Electric Fans. in both the trat"ted mnuscls aid all the ills that
flesh is heir to A.G. G Williams,
General Electric Co. and tile 'Navo.ta. Texas. writes "I have used
'Baiard's Snovw Liniment for sprained
Westinghouse make. The lat. ;,nkli and it leave the best satisfaction
ter cost a little more. but re-I always ket- it in te house Sold
br Aiitinionopoluy Drugstore
quire lews current to operate OKLAWAHA
them. I also carry in stock OK
Fanc G lobes H. LO The wi,.tr visitor a- coming in every
Globes. High, Lw'' A t -qa iid tht,- wa,.ir on the shore.
lIghts, etc. I If beautifiu Laker W.A,-r
M*r W '. D Hoyt and vif" cale Mon-
All kinds of electrical work j day afitrnoin a;so Mis' Laurne Volk-
n k I froi-i Trrriiigti.n. C'onn
and repairing done at rearonu- Mr A J Harrell finished putting up
able prices, under a full guar. rui fr the Eagletn c'.,pany last
antee. If your lights are our Misses. Alice and Fhirence Bush. of
1 W ititer Hlaven, are visiting tticir ?tis-
Of fix, or you need wiring ter, Mr. j iL. ;rantham
done, phone to o. i- havet at last iot an agency at
e, pU tin, polite wli..h wne are glad to, say
Walter T cer ,,ia in full fr-..- Mr. J. L ranthan, is
W At" T C r the aent \\Ith Chrle arlMrashaall. as-
.- \e hav' beet-n having islie \e'ry dr-
Sweathtr f,,r tllt- past lt .-weeks, but
lanre looking fum r a showeia sou 1
0 D Mr Ira S-lJr- returned Saturday'
fr,.i, Roii,,< \ litre I t- has been at

We carry a complete line, from the: Kitchen to the
Parlor. We can putlin the Kitchen Stove or Range
and furnish all that is needed for that room. .We have
everything that is needed for the Dining Room, except
the Silver; for the Parlor or Hall, and for the Bed Room
we have all that you will need, including the Bed-cloth-
ing Linen, the Covering for the Floor and the Pictures
for the Walls. We also carry Complete Furnishings
for the Office.
Call on, or write, us and get our estimates on your wants

Mclver & MacKay.




'o tlhe frontier last night.
Cough your self into a fit of spasms
and then wonder why you don't get
well. If you will only try a bottle of
Ballard's Horehound Syrup your cough
will be a thing of the past It is a
positive cure for coughs. influenza,
bronchitis and all pulmonary diseases.
One bottle will convince you-at your
druggist, 25c., 50c. and $1. Sold by the
Anti-.Ionopoly D"ugstore.
iFrom the Position he Has Taken in
1 Regard to France
Rome. Dec. 12.-Speaking of the ac-
tual situation in Prance, the pope ex-
presses his grief at the necessity of
having rectour-Je to extreme measures.
and he explained they could not be

*"Nothing will stop us," said the pope,
'neither persecution nor martyrdom,
in protecting our religion. Our cause
is God's- cause."
Public speake'-s are frequently In-
terrupted by people coughing. This
would not happen if Foley's Honey and
Tar were taken, as it cures coughs and
colds and prevents pneumonia. The
genilne contains no opiates and sl in
a yellow package. Sold by all druggists.
Alachua county will indulge in a fine
live stock show for four days during
March, while the Gainesville chautau-
qua in full swing They propose to
show their visitors that Alachua is
some on fine stock.

Mr E G Case, a mail carrier of
Canton Center, Conn, who has been in
the U S service for about 16 years,
says: "We have tried 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-
suits and leaving no bad effects." For
sale by all druggists.
All this talk about the division of
the grand championship prize at the
State Fair giving general satisfaction,
is mere bosh. Not a person connected
with the exhibit from Alachua county
is satisfied with the decision of the
judge dividing the grand prize be-
tween Alachua and Polk counties.
Alachua was fa.:ily entitled to tne prize
and eight of -every hundred persons
wvho visited the fair so expressed their
opiiion. The decision of the judges,
or at least some of them, is regarded
as a political card played by them, and
they may just aa well understand right
now that the ,nave not added to their
popEiiarit. in inis section.-Gainesville

N-'ver follows an Injury dressed with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
and healing properties prevent blood
poisoning. Chas Oswald, merchant of
Renselaersville, N. Y., writes: "It
cured Seth Burch, of this place, of the
ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw."
Cures cuts, wounds, burns, and sores.
2Z cents at T' dings & Co., druggists.
Price :5 cents.
Our farmers are tired waiting for
,:o:d \w-athat-r and are butchering their
!i.,- anJd shipping the meat to the cold
wt wi! a y.
Mrti'. V Gteiger visit-d her par-
e-n: at Fell, "-hip last week.
Mi~'s Inez Phinney visited her
patentt at \V'iili,,totn Saturday and
i. H Itirirl has a fine pro-pect for

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Has Upon Public Confidence s m Itda by
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The East Florida Telepheo

Ocafa TsJsph.u. L- ar
Alachua. OrahamvUnla- .- .
Anthony. Gal.ev "
Archer. Grove Park. ,'
Arredondo. Hague. W
Berlin. HawthoraMe.M Bry 3a" g
BHtchton. Hernanda iroa. -
Bronson. High SprI r. SWuW .
Campville. Holder. I-
Conant. Jullette. prinl Part,
Connor. LaCrose. Sra. Sr
Crystal River. Levon. 1 ".
Dunnellon. Mcintosh. T a' -
Dutton. MiUanopy. ai i-
Elliston. Montague
Evinston. Moutbrook. as~ M ai
Felicia. Morrteto. t " r
Fort White. W- Newberry.
Garden Grove. Oak. Xte.. e e
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THIS IS THE CH.APCET MOOD Or -O-i--- r *- '"
For Rats Apply -to oh 0-lrf Telgitne Colp li .

It's a little early, bot oar k 1i t ij^

arving daily, and we ase ,i a .

save vo. money. All we a a

mimntes of yaw valabl time to di .

yotU through otr .stock*
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ion Beds, $26 up 5

Sideboaids, $11.50 p.
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General M-cfine & Repair Shops.

Are Well Equipped With the Most Skilled Mechanics and the Latest Ma-
chinery and Tools for Doing at Short Notice all Kinds of
A Specialty Made of the Repairing and Adjusting of
Marine and Stationery Engines of Lig ht Horsepower, Either Steam, Gas o-
Gasoline, Automobiles and Automobile Engines, Etc.
Agents for the Monarch Ball Petal, the Calumet Gas Engine Oil, the Arco
Elastic Paint, the Delta Dry Batteries


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Editor Star: Gratitude express-d if
pr,'.,f of appreiation, and t, rmne it
se-,-n tha : I ',,ull b- an ingrat,- werm -
I to) r-fus to, -x;pre-s my thankfulness.


A Small Crowd but an Interesting
Meeting Held Tuesday Morning
in Yonge's Hall

-. -. r -a. wZd .. to it e nntn 1 ,.h on yesterday took a-- T he city Improvement Society held
Preopr Um ad PubuIaerM a casion to honor mu- with the gratutious its regular monthly meeting Tuesday
o --- compliment of their vote. especially as morning at Yong's IHall with the pres-
C L. TTINGER, it was nhIlly uniollite-d on nmy part l id-nt in the chair.
Never in a li-a of f-:'ty yearsr have The roll of oap- hundred and sixty-
r MW Gir Mantw ~ I afked the pub,,i for v.,t'em f,,r a pub- o, enarbes was. called, but only thir-
S---- t or poiitial ffic-, and this came t(-en were rres-nt.
I. R. CARROLL. a.s a a c,,milet- Iur.rise to n Minut...; of last meeting ~wre adopt.
City Editr a r ssss Manager. \'-r of r,,\ frin<- canim- t, me ld. and then the diff-r-nt committees
8a'ubt It..- *,'l,~ik ,n Ihti morning of ,vere.asked to make reports.
-- election dav. or about iialf an hour af- The chairman of the committee to
OCALA FOR COLD STORAGE i t.-r I had tal- the oath a.s i of the secure eats for the walk to the new
inp____ tors ,,f >v ward. and insisted c-m,.t-ry reported that Messrs Mc-
liTe Star is requested lo make the tat I ref to .i ,' a.- insPctor and al- i\er & MacKa). Mr. R. E. Yonge and
g,,ed my1 113111, to ue use0 a.s a candidate Mr. XV'. J. c'hmar Nrs had notified the
follow iajg statement. namel% That u a a candidate ha r had notified the
owig to the pairing being ,n tr cuncman from ard t',,) This coMninttee that the seats they had
the cold storage plant at Dunne.',n th : re-fu't-r t,' d( te-lling r riend that promised were ready to be placed in
a er cannotheir ba'' rv their own and that position, and that the Anti-Monopoly
mor are annot and accredited to the tei ad r t c.,ntrotl their vtes them- Drugstore. Marion Farms Stables. Pitt-
efect that the Ocala cold storage plant- i ve. but if*-hey wishethehy might man & Son, Helvenston & Pasteur.
have been absorbed by the Armours iue my" n"me-, although I did not de- Mr. George McKean and Mr. Fred G.
sad no meats for cold store will be !ir"- to ali, -' as an aspirant for thr B W'-ihe said they would have seats
rodved in Ocala This is a mistake. ",fe and uld not tefus-e to act as I made within the next week or two.
and the purpose of this notice is t,, In-ictor anr,l cautioned them that it Mrz DU M. Smith, who was appoint-
rrect any erroneous impre-siol on was my dt-ire- that they wv-ld not give ed t., request Jud. W. S. Bullock and
corrct8 any erroneous impre.Sioa onnd
this subject in the western portion of m, a majority 1' ot a, it would neces- Mr. Deubel to either move the barb-
-.b .T,. -,i. le nt s rn in f tat'- another ele-tior h to hr held in ,,-d wir fenp.c that ha. f.xlln ..... .
W. a AWIMI tM.W 0S. :. t *mmitd n*ants ii53 in

Dagle Taking O omulstlo Toda
ad Your Cure 3exim Today

khea o so Emown "Purt m-a."
Is Vitalized Me1etinal rood Proper
tea are Verr Quickly Realseld.
In Bringing Healthy Color to th
Cheeks of the Pale and Sallow.
In Producing Strength to the Weak, to
the Feeble and the Invalid.
In Toning up the System of Ceaovl
cents fr;m Exhausting Diseases
Is Cleansing the Entire System.
In Nourshling the Wornout.
In Rounding Out the Thin. Peakei
Paces of Children
In Bulldin up on their Little Bodies
the Deilrable Pink and White Fleh. and
In Doting their cheeks with the Pretty
Color afd Dimples that make Mother's
Heart Glad.
o as Atidote fora U Dis sme Caused by
*posoer to Col4 and Wet
To prove its Medicinal Food Merits a
Trial Bottle Free by Mall
Will be sent on request. Write by letter
or postal card to
Ozomuision CO.. 98 Pne St., New York.
01 Drutgats-Two alaes--mc. and 1l.

Dr. D. A. Smith, of Anthony, was in
the city today and reports the people
of that section busy preparing for the
sprint trucking

Mr. Will Horner. with the Wilson
Cypress Co.. at Picolata. was in town
today, a witness in the Louis Scott
case in the circuit court.

The report of Mrs. -Mamne-Howse
Storall. secretary of the City Improve-
nwst Society, of the proceedings of
that body yesterday, is an admirable
presentation of the happenings in the
body. taken as it was, under very try -
tag circumstances, half a dozen mem-
bers talking at the same time

Mr. Ernest McLin. representing the
S. A. Rawls Co., of this city, appeared
bfae the county commissioners of
LAkv county the first Monday in this
math and secured the county con-
victs for the ensuing year at the same
price preiousp paid

Third Ward-For mayor L T Izli
59 For alderman, J W Crasby. 4
H C Groves, 27
Fourth Ward-For mayor L T I
lar. 25 For alderman George A Ca
michaei. 25

Choice fruit carefully selected f
the holiday trade. Assorted orange
and tangerines if desired from t
Howard groves, at $2.25 f. o b. A
burndale. Address, E. M. Howaz
either Auburndale or Ocala.


I have the best line of watches
select from of any house in Centr
I Florida. Watches for ladies and me
Sand for any price- also any design
Size Come in and inspect the li1
A. E. Burnett. the Jewel

We have our horses and mules s
elected by another member of the fir

ar, oe any trouble to have them enforced. IUlI IUULL lYUUUVU IIU
3; Mr. Gates stated that our mayor was
not in sympathy with the society.
Iz- Mr. Robinson said that he under- I he b t w
ir- stood that there was an understanding have bought the locat-
between the mayor and the marshal ed between Oklawaha avenue and
not to impound catlle. Broadway, and have a stock of green
YS Dr. Chace stated that it was not gen- Brodw and have a f een
Serally known that the city was put to and dry stove wood on hand. Oak and
es considerable expense to enforce this pine, or mixed, as desired. A big load
:es law, and that there was not sufficient
he funds to do ita a delivered to any part of the city for $1
he funds to do it
u- Mrs. Groves, a member of the com- cash. Call at the yard or phone
rd mittee, stated to the council that she No. 370.
would like to get behind that street
committee for one day In her neigh- M R. Hunnicutt
borhood, and all over the city for that
matter, limbs of trees and filth were
to left on the streets for days to decay
al and endanger the health of the city. LLI MORDIS
en, Mr. Robinson said that a committee
or had been appointed a year ago to do Has reopened his meat market near
ne. such as that and to remove old un- the Seaboard Air Line depot. You will
er. sightly buildings and that it was up to always find at this place the best of
the council to have it done. fresh beef. pork and mutton, while
The ladies requested the use of the fish and oysters will always be found
ie- carts one day in each month in season. Reemmber
m. Mr. Woathern as1rA fr-r ma ntin.n t

leaves and paper, Instead of pilingta
all over the city while waiting for 4
city carts.
Motion to have fun report a tb pro-
ceedings published carried
Motion made and carrie that a
committee be appointed to iee Mr.
Woodrow and others who have the
management of the Ilbrary. to find out
whether or not anything could be done
by the society in the way of securing
the library and reducing the subscrip-
tion from $5 a year to $1. which would
give the general public an opportunity
to become members of the library and
to have the benefit of the books and
magazines. The society had been in-
formed that the library was not paying
expenses and was in debt for a consid-
erable sum and was requested to take
the matter up.
Mesdames McConathy and Hocker
were appointed an investigating com-
Mrs. Bittinger made a motion that
the matter be deferred until another
meeting but afterwards withdrew the
There being no further business, the
society adjourned.


The Star has a good mustang mailer
and about thirty galleys to match that
it will sell cheap for cash. The mailer
and galleys are in good order, some of
the galleys never having been used.
The increase of our subscription list
requires the use of a more rapid ma-
chine, therefore we wish to sell the
one now in use.


But They Must Prove They Had No
Knowledge of the Brownvill*
Washington, Dec. 12.-In a special
memorandum Secretary Taft, by direc-
tion of the president, has outlined spec-
ific procedure to be followed by former
members of the discharged companies
of the 25th who wish to relenlist.
The secretary directs that the appll-
cant present to the recruiting officer
evidence that he was neither implicat-
ed in the raid at Brownsville, nor with-
held any evidence that might lead to
the discovery of the perpetrators.

There is not ti.e least danger n giv-
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
small children as it contains no opium
or other harmful drug. It has an estab-
lished reputation of more than 30
years as the most successful medicine
in use for colds, croup and whooping
cough It always cures and is pleas-
ant to take. Children like it. For sale
by all druggists.


Hazelhurst, Miss, Dec. 12.-Mrs.
Angie Birdsong was found guilty yes-
terday of manslaughter for killing Dr.
Thomas Butler, in November, 19)5,
with a recommendation to the mercy
6f the court. The minimum penalty is
about $500. Senator McLaurin, her
uncle, will make a motion for a new


We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,
colds and lung troubles is not afected
by the National Pure Food and Drug
law as it contains no opiates or oth-
er harmful drugs, and we recommend
it as a safe remedy for children and
adults. Sold by all druggists.


New York, Dec. 12.-George Burn-
ham, Jr, \ ce-president and general
counsel of the Mutual Reserve Life
Insurance CIompany, was convicted
yesterday-of the larceny of $7,500 of
the company's funds.
The prosecution and conviction were
the outgrowth of the Investigation of
insurance, companies by the legislative
committee a year ago.

mIe bse" Brigeee lo Ie ward. anagiiuch as an inspect or or oet1 wards correcting existing evils that
em miees for business. Bring along many places, one foot, thereby mak-
Few use" udjudge of an ele-.tion cannot be legally ing the walk to the cemetery wider, ord he healph and pit sure of
clt..ted ty vcot cast over which he is tu build the fence of plank which ill e people But it was not the bus-
MASTER T. D. LANCASTER. JR. to be one of the judges. prevent the skirts of the lady pedes- iess of the society t tke up any
.___ I am vry grateftil to the men who trains from being torn, stated that on teronal gieance that might exist be-
voted for me nd will return the com- teen the mayor, council or marshal--
The Tampa Tribune. aith its usual votdaccount of illness she had not yet in- let them settle that among treniselves.
enterprise, which is to be commended. plment should any of them appear for terviewed the gentlemen. An exten- It as suggested that since the
published Sunday the official 1;. t of office the future. sion of time was granted. l rted th hs n
schools and school children of the state R'-p-tflly 1-' Ballard. Mrs. MacKay, who was appointed to flows are dtroed by the hos and
flowers are destroyed by cattle, that
who won prizes by their work at th. .interview the owner of the lot in front soe e ld make an example
eatonal exhibit of the Florida State IN THE CIRCUIT COURT f the Methodist church and request af some one would make an example
e&& =tr o &I exhibit of the Florida Stato and shoot a few of them possibly the
Fair. The following appears in ref- that the unsightly ruins be removed, ane wo e aate
erence to T. D. Lancaster, Jr., of this tried this stated that she had done so and was nuisance would e abated.
morning for grand larceny and sentenc- givenpermission to give the material Motion carried that the attention of
city: edmorning for grand larceny aimrisonmentenc- given permission to give the material the council and property owners be
"2842. Best paper on the planting of ed three years imprisonment on the lot in payment for the cost of t cocd t rou condion o
s Paul c'aldwell. colored. -as tried for called to. the dangerous condition of
had trees ad laying of sidewalks Paul r aldwell. colored, was tried for removing it. A few days afterwards the side:alksn front of the abstract
by the towns, T D. Lancaster, Jr., murder and sentenced to ten ears in she noticed that ome one was moving office Ocala urnture Co. market,
a (There is nothing to show that he cas of Joe ill s. colored,nitntiarythe debris. She was instructed to con- ain street. South Second street and
be is a student in a private or state The case of Jtoe illans. colored, tinue her efforts until the lot was clean other places whih endanger the lfe
Accused of assaulting a young negro other places which endanger the life
girl of fourteen ear of age, Isnogarnished and limbs of all passersby.
to set T. D. right we will say he is girl of urte year of age is now rs aughs stated that she had In- d limbs of all paerby.
a bri ht pupil in the eighth grade of on trial. The case was still before terviewed the agent at the A. C. L de- Motion carried that the citizens be
the Ocala school. and a pupil of whom the jury this afternoon R B. Bullock ot about the trash and paper which is requested to burn all trash, such as
his teacher is very proud appeared for the defense and the jury scattered broadcast over the streets
i. coa .d of the f F l olsng persoh- and that he said the railroad company R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK.
Mrs. R. L .Anderson entertained yes- rr,-,.. J F dtlinamson, tv J Loh- did not furnish a porter to keep te
terd&y afternoon in honor of Ms rt. S L B ttng G D B Stevens. G depot and surroundings clean SheLL & BA
Elisabeth Adams of Lynchburg Va Mathews and G B T r. ought to see Mr Charles Rheinauer FULLER B ALOCK
who was maid of honor at the recent Gertrude Joran. colored, who was and get him to have receptacles placed
wedding of Miss Manr Anderson to in trial yesterday for killing Alert there to receive the trash and lunch DENTAL SURGEONS
Mr. M. J Roess, and who returned I azon, waS acquitted ty the jury papers which are thrown out every
home today The part) was in the shortly after six o'clock last evening day The chair requested her to go to O C Over nnr0e &. Chambliss' B&ak
form of a card party The prize win- The verdict was a surprise to the pub- Mr Rhelnauer and have the matter at- We Over Iuroe & Cbambllss Bank
ners of the occasion were Miss Lucile II at large tended to The barrels were placed OCALA. FLA.
Colclough, Gainesville, and Miss Valeta around the city but were entirely ig-
Potter. the latter with that noble cour- CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED a nored
tesy, which is part of her !weet dis- With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as Mrs. Hocker was instructed to draw Term Cash.
position presented her prize to Miss they cannot reach the seat of the dis- up a petition in the proper form and
Adams. A sumptuous supper ended the ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu- present it to the county commissioners
social features of the evening Mrs tional disease. and in order to cure It at their next regular meeting to have J. E. CHA CE
Cliton Camp, of Roanoke, Va, assist- you must take internal remedies, the trees along Lover's Lane and other"
ed her mother in entertaining the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally driveways, which are almost ruined by NTM L [RG^ E ON
guests, who were Miss Lucile Col- and acts directly on the blood and mu- excavations, properly protected Ir- L
clough, of Gainesville, Misses Valeta cous surfaces Hall's Catarrh Cure Mrs Bittinger, chairman of the com- Ofic n mercial an
Potter, Emily Ford. Meta Jewett, Sue is not a quack medicine. It was pre- mittee to appear before the council, e Uptirs, Commercial Bank Bl
Barcu, .Esther Weathers, Hattie Dye, scribed by one of the best physicians made the following report OAA FL
Ethel Robinson, Sarah McCreery, Sarah in this, country fqr years and is a Madam President, and Ladies of the OCALA, FA.
and Louise Harris, Alice Bullock regular prescription. It is composed of C I Society. The committee of ladies, Tens, Cash.
Louise Scott and Mrs. H L Ander- the best tonics known, combined with Mesdames Smith, Austin. Munroe,
son. In extending the farewell hand to the best blood purifiers, acting direct- Weihe, Groves, Strunk and MacKay, of
Miss Adams the prevailing wish was ly on the mucous surfaces. The per- whom I was appointed chairman, as- F r
that whe would gladden the hearts of feet combination of the two ingredi- sermbled with the exception of Mrs. h t
her Ocala friends by returning to see ents is what produces such wonderful Smith and Mrs. Strunk. The former
them next winter, results in curing Catarrh. Send for was represented by Mrs. Maughs, and mpt Feeln
testimonials free. marched in a body to the council cham-
Mrs. W. M Scott, of Memphis, Tenn. F. J. Cheney & Co, Props., Toledo, O. ber, escorted by Mr. C. L. Bittinger mpty F
was the guest of honor yesterday at a Sold by druggists, price, 75c. Take and Mr H. C Groves The last named When you have that "empty feeling"
very elegant dining given by Mrs M Hall's Family Pills for constipation, gentleman introduced the ladies to the immediate ree
Fl bel Several ladies were invited to (council. a mm ate re
meet the gueet of honor and all spent DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE I As chairman of the committee I stat- We Call Your Attention to
a delightful time together. Mrs. Scott COMMITTEE MEETING ed that we did not want the council
has made many friends in our city and to be frightened by our appearance, Tip Top Coffee...............$ 25
is one of our most popular guests. She A meeting of the democratic ex- that we came as representatives of the Blue Label Coffee ......... 25
has been the honoree at several lovely ecutive committee of Marion county, is City Improvement Society and to re- io. Mackerel, per kit.. ....... 1 50
entertainments. While in Ocala she is hereby called to convene in Ocala at quest their cooperation in having the Strained Honey, 1 gallon cans 1 25
with her sister. Mrs. E L Carney 11 o'clock a m on Thursday, Decem- tock law enforced, the streets cleaned, D. P W C ..
Mrs. 'Tshel proved a most charming ber 20th, 1906. all unsightly buildings and other nuis- Dr Price's Wheat Celery.... 2
hostess. The purpose of this meeting is to lances removed, which were a menace 7 Bars Lenox Soap ............. 25
recommend a person for county corn- to the health and happiness of the citi-
The Presbyterians, who have been missioner from district No 1, in place zens, but if we could not get the help
withaot a pastor since last October, of W J Chambers, who has declined and sympathy of the council we might Dutch Herring, Mackerel,
have tendered a call to Dr Dodge, of to qualify Also to elect a state com- as well disband. That we had built a Cod Fih, Dried Herring,
Balabridge, Ga. Mr. Dodge for a num- mitteeman to fill the vacancy made by walk to the new cemetery, and had rr g,
ber of years was the pastor of the the removal of W K Zewadski, and contracted for trees to be planted along French Sardines Etc.
Pr.byterian church in Jacksonville i such other business as may properly the same this month; that seats had
He is a man of fine attainments and!come before the committee. been provided which would be placed
excellent pastoral qualifications He iJohn M Graham, Chairman, in position as soon as they were finish-
is expected in the city shortly. ed. that we had attempted to clean the
I MORE FINE STOCK COMING city and were asked to desist: that we On l GE
"My boy," says the Oberlin Times. Having sold out the carload of fine had placed barrels, as many as we
"tbere are two classes in so~city, the horses and muless we received a short could secure, around to receive the Clark Bros.
lasa that lifts and the class that leans. time ago, our Mr. Hugh Nichols has trash and paper which was thrown out
They that lift are the ones v ho do the gone to market for anothe'- car of fine on the streets and scattered every- North of City Market
world's work. The leaning class are animals, which will be here in a few where. Being handicapped we were
they who depend upon :he exertion days. This load will be well worth powerless to do anything further with-
of thersand do the grunt ng or fault- waiting for, and we ask you to come out their assistance. C. J. PHILLIPS
dingle. My boy. be a litfer, and yvu and see them on their arrival. Mr. Owen arose and stated that he
will have little, time to fuss about the Tompkins & Nichols. thought the society should have the Confractor and F4 lder.
Xtliags of others. Its the fellow in cooperation of the council.
the lodge that shirks his duty who THE CITV ELECTION Mr. Weathers said that he was
makes the trouble, and It is the same greatly annoyed by the cows with bells Plas ad Sp
Ia the church and in society. in gen- Follon in- is the result (of Tuesday's that roamed at large at night and dis- an and pecis ur
ral." municipal election: turbed his slumbers. He was informed Upon Request
First Ward-For mavor. L T Izlar that even in a small town like Lees-
Mr. L Dciler. who has been absent 31 For alderman. John D Robertson, .burg the stock law was enforced, and 129 South Third Steet,
several months in Orlando keeping the 33. that the citizens of that place could -
books of the Lard Grocery Co.. return- Second Ward-For mayor. L. T Izlar. sleep serenely. Ocala, Fra. Phone 1 30
ed home yesterday. He is very much 57. G W. Cle eland 1.- For- alderman, Mr. Biggs, city attorney, said that
pleased with that beautiful and pro- Charles Rheinauec-. 39. L F Ballard. the laws of the city of Ocala were
gressive city and its up to date people 19. sufficient and that there ought not to U lnnn1nnt'n I AAAntnn

The A nti-Monopoly Drustore will
give you back 50 cents (purchasing
price) if Tyner's Dyspepela 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
butter, pains in the stomach, side or
back, extreme nervousness, belching.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when
all else fails, so don't be discouraged.
It strengthens weak stomachs. The
star of hope for all dyspeptics. Cures
the worst cases. Druggists or by ex-
press, 50c. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore,
Ocala, Fla. ('all or write.


Winthrop, Mass., Dec. 12.-Former
Governor Franklin J. Moses, of South
Carolina. was found dead In a boarding
house at Winthrop Beach yesterday,
death being caused by asphyxiation.
He was 60 years old. He was governor
of South Carolina in 1872.

E C. DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, at
whose laboratory Kodol is prepared,
assure us that this remarkable digest-
ant and corrective for the stomach
conforms fully to all provisions of
the Natonal Pure Food and drug law.
The Kodol laboratory is a very large
one, but if all the sufferers from in-
digestion and stomach troubles could
know the virtues of Kodol it would be
impossible for the manufacturers to
keep up with the demand. Kodol is
sold here by the Anti-Monopoly drug


Gainesville, Dec 12.-John J. Lynch's
sawmill at Fairbanks, was burned yes-



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Wine ad Cadui and was so loud is nMe paim ebaI la
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Axminster Rags,

Barmah Rugs,

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Manicure sets up to $42. Ocala
!Music Co

S ir, S A. Davis of Martel was in
town today and paid the Star a pleas-
ailt visit

We are displaying a magnificent line
o- screens, in all sizes, styles and
makes. Mclver & MacKay.

Our line of goods is now opened and
we can suit you in anything at the
Ocaia News Company.

Mr Dixon Irvine, of Oaklawn, was
initiated into the mysteries of the B.
P. O E last night.

We want your prescription business
Sand are better prepared than ever to
take care of it. Tydings & Co.

Have you seen the hot-pressed Vel-
uijm paper at the Postoffice Drug-
S Fiv "''

SMr H S Wells. one of the young
!merchants at Martin, was in town today
rand reports business good

Remember the coupons with each 10
cist purchase, when you buy at the
iOcala News Company.

A Christmas box of perfume makes
a nice gift. We have a large line to
show The Postoffice Drugstore.

I Mr. and Mrs Douglass Fant, of
Flemington. were in town today buy-
iug tholida) goods.

The finest line of holiday box sta-
tlonery we have ever shown is now on
display at the Postoffice" Drugstore.

COW FOR SALE-Fine Milker, with
young calf Broken to lead and tie.
Price, $50, spot cash. E. C. Smith.

Mr Ernest Crompton, an enterprising
-- young farmer of Eve. was in town to-
Sday shopping.

I5. 17. 19 E. Forsyth Street See those handsome dining tables,
ideboards and hall racks at McIver &
j MacKay's. dtf
New and First-Class In all!
I Another big shipment of crockery
Appointimeont and decoated china just opened at
the Ocala Bazaar, Gadson.
American Plan $2.OO to
,$ .50 pr da FO)R SALF-My horse, Dan. Can
thoroughly recommend. Herbert A.
European Plan. Rooms, one Ford Iwd
person, 75c. per day and
Ss, e d 1.Rec. ;. H Harrison is in Charleston
up. Special weekly rates. on a short trip for the benefit of his
(enter of Citv. Near all i ealth.

('ar Lines. Open all the
ead Roolms with Bath
Extra Charge.

Jacksonville, Florida.

and Steam Shipt

A itch in ime saves nme.

by giving he child



should keep suppli-,d with Ballard's Horehound Syrup. if she
wishes to Eave her c!iilditI fr oi .k ii-. it IoI-
tains absoluteiy noti,:., liii;li d i ,u .usid[ t-. it_,-.d *
for children as wll a tdultt
A cough olten leas ci Lu -unanipticnu C., =ituld tb checked

A Household Necessity.


Wood, wood. Order your stove wood
from B. H. Seymour. Phone 185.
Don't wait until freezing weather.

Messrs. Patterson and Crutcher are
selling some of their fine horses and
mules every day.

We have a complete line of drug-
gist's sundries and drugs. The most
up-to-date !n the city. Tydlngs & Co.

A new line of iron beds, nearly one
hundred different patterns and any
price desired, at Mclver & MacKay's.

Mr. J H. Spencer went up to Martin
today to do some "work on an engine
belonging to the J W. Crosby Lumber

Sunday school committees are invit-
ed to see our line before buying. We
make special prices at the Ocala News

The United Daughters of the Con-
federacy will meet with Mrs. N. I.
Gottlieb Friday afternoon. A full at-
tendance is desired

Our winter stock of rugs, art squares
and mattings is said to be the finest
ever shown in Ocala. McIver & Mac-
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There will be a called meeting of -i-s, F'1. re-nce Walters most delight-
the King's Daugbters held at the Elk's ful! .%-ntertained a few friends at cards
Hall tomorrow morning at ten o'c tlok last -vtining at the home of her par-
:,-nts. Mr. and _Mrs. J. A. Walters. on
THE LYCEUM COURSE Suth Third street in honor of Miss
"--- ('l.!uh. ,if Gainesville.
Mr. Allen Bridges wishes the publi .' Ther- -sre six couples present, as
to, know that a few more subscriptions i fjltv-: Ali.s '.l5clough and Mr. 0. B.
are yet needed to secure the court. H,.wst.. Sarah Harris and Mr.
We trust that our amusement living H-Lrx ('i Ciik Miss Sue Barco and Mr.
people will respond promptly, so that H,\Xardl Walters. hiss Louise Harris
Ocala may have the benefit of this dJ- i anl .Mr Harry Walters. Mr. Tom Har-
lightftl course of entertainments. !ri- and Miss Margaret Walters. Mr. W.
-i D. Wheel-r and Miss Florence Wal-
REBEKAHS, ATTENTION! !l-rs Mis.- c 'olclough won the guest's
Sprizp. Mi:ss Sue Barco the ladles' prise
The Rebekahs will meet Thursday land Mr Wheeler the gentleman's prime.
night and nomination of officers will Walters served delicious refresh-



member of the club by mistake two or
three weeks ago. Will the party re-
ceiving it please notify the manage-
ment. Ocala Pressing Club.


Strayed or stolen, one dark dun cow;
unmarked; one horn little low; bush at
tail white. Above reward of $5 to any
one finding her and letting me know.
Was reared at Micanopy. Strayed
about Nov. 1st. A. M. Anderson, Wil-
liston, Pla.


Thre hogs will be
Thursday. Dec. 13th,
bidder for cash. G.

sold at noon.
to the highest
W. Cleveland.
City Marshal.

Passed Examination Successfully
James Donahue, New Britain. Conn.,
writes: "I tried several kidney reme-
dies, and was treated by our best phy-
sicians for diabetes, but did not im-
prove until I took Foley's Kidney Cure.
After the second bottle I showed im-
provement, and five bottles cured me
completely. I have since passed a
rigid examination for life insurance."
Foley's Kidney Cure cures back-ache
sand all forms of kidney and bladder
trouble. Sold by all druggists.

Agents wanted to sell electric fly
and mosquito killer. If used as direct-
ed will last for years. Easily sol ;
big profits. Send 12 cents for postage
on free sample. M. A. Bishor, 233
Coleman street, Bridgeport, Conn.


Apply to A. B. Rou, Reddick, or J L
Smoak Ocala.

I have just received a pretty line of
diamonds of the finest grades. Call and
see the pretty stones. A. E. Burnett,
the Jeweler.

Mr M Rubin. whose health demand-
ed a taiange of climate and who went
tu Philadelphia, remained there a short
time and is now in New York. He re-
pIrt" grt-at improvements.

Puff boxes, nail brushes, tooth brush-
es, hair brushes, military brushes,
rosewood and celluloid mirrors, wilsp-
brooms. and all other toilet articles.
A beautiful line to select from. Ty-
dings & Co.

Registered at the Montezuma yes-
terday were L. F. Kelly. Citra; R. A.
Ivey. Branford: R. H. Harrison, Lees-
burg: A. J. Wyche, H. Feinberg, Dun-
nellon: A. G. Campbell, DePuniak; J.
S. Boozer and wife, Okahumpka.

For chapped and cracked hands
nothing is quite as good as an appli-
cation of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
Put it on before going to bed, use an
old pair of gloves and see what a
difference the morning will bring. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly drug store.

When you have a cough or cold do
not ask some one what is good for t.
as there is danger in taking some un-
known preparation. Foley's Honey and
Tar cures coughs, colds ai.d prevents
pneumonia. The genuine is in a yel-
low package. Refuse substitutes. Sold
by all druggists.
Gold beads at Condon's.

The Star otfice will pay ten cents
per pound for old cotton or linen rags, Mr. Carter. of Dade City, state agent
any colr but they must be clean, for for the Sun typewriter, passed through
use in cleaning presses and machinery. Oala today on his way to Jackson-

C R. Gieasorn. of the Zion Office
Supply 4.o0 of Zic.n City. Ill., wEas a
r I business caller at the newspaper offl-
SI Sterling and plated coffee sets. Ocala
vKIs WHI Mus Ic Co.
SIWA I Open the bowels sand get the cold
cut of your system. Kennedy's ALxa-
SO m ir ~ti 'eC Cough Syrup opens the bowels
iOP C hiIRER .-,tt --_*4 Iki

,:':- dishes at cond,;n's.

Ma(-abl-es meet this evening.

Fans at ',,idon's, l(c. to $7.

Masons meet tomorrow night.

SP-arl beauty pins at Condon's.

I tCbekahs meet tomorrow evening.

i~.,iv-r almond sets at Condon's.

W %oodrneii meet Friday evening.

('ut gla.-- butter sets at Condon's.

H I'. Jones is having his new home
in the third ward reshingled.

Japanese jardinlers at Condon's.

I Japanese plaques at Ocala Music Co.
SAll kinds of goods for the holidays
Sat the Ocala News Company.

! R. L Martin came up from his Lake
SWc-ir place today.

Nunnally's candles. The best by
test. Th2 Postoffice Drugstore.

SWedding ring napkin rings at Ocala
Music Co.

Mr. Sam Petteway, of Dunnellon and
pretty daughter, were in town today.

Masks. masks, masks. We have
them. The Postoffice Drugstore.

take place. inenrts to her guests during the even-

SThis afternoon Messrs. N. G. Farr.
I have at last received one shipment I. s. Mitchell and Tom Pool, prominent
of cut glass that has been delayed in citizens of Dacula. Gwinnett county.
transit. The patterns are very pretty Ga., passed through Ocala on their way
and we are ailing the goods cheap. to Homosasa for a two week's hunt-
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler. ing and fishing outing. They were well
provided with guns. ammunition and
"WOODMAR" FRUIT ; two sets of dogs, a pair of spotted
Sjpointers belonging to Mr. Farr and a
I have a few boxes of fancy fruit, set of blacks. the property of Mr. Mit-
half oranges and half grapefruit, suit- chell. that would rejoice the heart of
able for Christmas gifts. Price, $3 per any sportsman. They are out for a
box, f. o. b. Eastlake. David S. Wood- good time and n ill have it. They go to
row, Postotfice Box, 957, Ocala. the right place to get it.

WANTED AT ONCE We noted the fact in Saturday's
A first-class turpentine woodsman. exercises of the Marion Teacher's As-
Must be sober and industrious and sociation that there was not a paper
able to control labor to work a ride of detailing what any of Marion county's
boxes. Single or married. Salary shall teachers saw at the State Fbir at
be satisfactory. Address, at once, S. Tampa or what impressed them most.
W. Petteway, Dunnellon, Fla. It.occurred to us that this was one sub-
jtct the program committee overlooked.
LARGE BLACK MULE FOR SALE Ce.rtainly in that magnificent educa-
I have one large black mule I will ti.nal display there should have been
sell for $150. Perfectly sound and a some one of the teachers from Marion
good animal. Apply to W. D. Carn, or who saw enough to have aroused an
Martin & Carn. enthusiasm to express himself or her-
self Gn a matter Ia which they should
FOR "RENT have had a heart, mind and interest.
The matter is not too old to have ex-
Three unfurnished rooms and a bath pressions and opinions about at the
room. Will rent to man and wife, or next meeting of the county teachers.
family with one child. Will make price
cheap. Want companion in house. In- THE TEXAS WONDER
quire at the Star office. Cures all kidney, bladder and rheu-
niatic troubles. Sold by all druggists.
BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE ')r two months' treatment by mail for
S$1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street,
You can get a splendid, established St. Louis Mo. Send for testimonials.
business, lease on the store, or can I Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly
purchase the store if prerred. Apply Drugstore.
to F. W. Ditto, quick.
WILL OPEN EVENINGS Washington, Dec 12.-Fair tonight
and Tnursda\ in north and central por-
Frank Gadson's Bazaar Store will be 'tioni
open every evening until after the hol- I
days till 9 o'clock. This is to give the A GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION
shoppers a chance to do their buying If ou are looking for a good busi-
at this popular stbre.ness proposition, call on F. W. Ditto.


We are agents for the New Home Favorite tonic is White's Cream Ver-
Sewing Machine and carry them in amifuge, the cure for worms and all
stock. Call and see the machines and 'chlden's diseases. It not only kills
get prices. Sold on time is preferred. the wornTs, but moves the mucus
Pittman & Son, the furniture men. ad mlle n which they build their
nests. Its action on the child is mild
USINESS FOR SALd leaves him in a healthy condition.
U Joe Daniel, Surmac, Tenn., says that
he ga~. one of his children White's
A splendid, well established and pay- Crear, o Vermifuge when the doctor
ing business for sale. For particulars thought it 'ad colic, and from the first
apply to F. W. Ditto. dose the child passed 73 worms. Sold
NOTICE TO PRESSING by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
A suit of clothes belonging to Mr One hundred acres of fine melon
R. A Rurfnrid -as dlivere t, om r land for rent, one mile from depot.

The finest line of soaps, tolet pow-
ders, etc., in the city. and the et
10e. soap on the market. Tydlaga &

Hon. M. L Payne, of Fairfeld, who
spent Tuesday in Ocala, was here for
the purpose of passing papers with tide
New York Life Insurance Co. for a
twenty-year paid up policy on his life.
Speaking of farming he said he had
made good crops and his cotton crop
vas especially promising. He sai he
negotiating for a manure spreader as
he uses several hundred loads on his
lands each year. "Marion" is cheer-
ful and as entertaining as ever.

FOR SALE-Two bed-room suites
of furniture; one book case; one desk
and book case combined; one library
table; one dining table and six dining
chairs. Apply to Mrs. E Van Hood,
85 Fort King avenue.

Mrs. W. W. Reed, of South Lake
Weir, came up this afternoon.

Umbrella Jars at Condon's.


Hears th
ctrjw ohau da" MG&M
!Ira YN"Im p

As Mark Twain Saw It.
When Mark Twain was city editor of
the Virginia City Enterprise, back Ia
the anrenties, he used to brighten up
the' coasts of the paper with comle
pernlaoIa setting forth the adyan-
taes of advertising. These par-
graphs were based on all kinds of odd
facts-on murders, on crop reports, on
kidbiaping, on the weather. One para-
graph ran like this:
*OGerwa has Just discoered a
buried uto er midst suppne to
be 10,00 year old. If the ma whoe
lost it had advertised in the aterpriee,
the chances are that it would havr
been returned to him that night."

The lge-iAem-- AStr.
"I have quite a unique little uptsode
worked out for my new historial
"What is Itt tenorr
"Instead of harlg my ho f the
driver his purse, I propoe01e have Im
proffer the exact legl taL. f Th~ wsli
naturally bring on a dl ten ad aserd
the hero an excellent a"U d laisel qp,
thnity for shedding gr-."-Plblii
nhl RanBllntin

Mr. aI DaIvs. a ip mm-
chant at Hague, peass p
today o hi wary be ft ow*VUw
River, where he aMa Imbel r lJ e
mrcuanU* eota.UW

SpeaMt rate to ri
boaern t t he Jt l
0U wifl tea t here a* a c-

K C. MCLeod of Keadtk, 4
baslmne.-via to Jakonyato Miod"aj.
and so tdad a n uimr om the Isr b-
"ms of hat city of the r i oit.
artio. muL elbaud ow tbd om

for an lm tv6 to tL en-0 0- 3
all side,. ,.

t *, .- ,
r at Cow -..

Call at t lh oCee MJ see --'- .
of engravedC c"4ar lmYf ag an S.
bossed statonery. We h ba- a jm :..
ful line aid the pric see a wry

Col. ihaseer u aedes t' S >
negm q.the best
Ww bold In the

Robert Tayl, e-imm a."g of ..
the A. C. Q, was Im tem a. .- -,..
has just rtur fr a -k ei k- ., ,.,: i
work along the road .

foundl e eedigl y bs il li
&k M acKay.m l ,.:- *7 -.

That doe iM mdtral gwttn -
{*^g" rLrr ul msI j b
ue ran tgg
tre deat ofan- toUo tw,
of Dr. Perkr r Os Medl
for the caursaot weak stemah
catarrk of sMtA *bn fme M
torWPM w, or let lu wbl-
affections, a 4d 13eflIf' V-K
whatever o
altso ao spvciM ttg. d waNl smbu
or lagt taadicag er ef aai rt
Van an tha" r nf-iataU -

b rt Br rod lor acute so s La
Wass am ----

but for in-er m or caroe e eMs
especially arioos ta
fet cures. ItoeItOes BSlack Cb we
Oclde t Sea raoo Bloodmoie. Stamo
Mandrake rta00nd. ee O-.
wb an hipebln pI at o r fr
all thboe above nwspaed ra-to er sfte
alauent medical writers aid tsFh as
Prof. Bartholow, of Jert oa Me atted
Prof. Har of the Univ. ofa
Finley r lllagwood, N. D%,x
ba t Med Corlea ClCb P[ g LkJea
King M.N D, Isa of CId*mtl -
Job M. Scudder a la te Cim--
nati; Prot Edwa Ba IL M. a
HahaemannMed. Collage k asd
seore of oterin eumally t l
several stchoob fr aUea
The Golden Me lDihmf-y a ft *0
only medicine ot up fA r e thea-h
dr ffftts for Ike porpes tha ha a
more thn any number of ordinary tai
monala. Open publicity of Its formula
on the bottle wrapper Is the best posdble
guaranty of its merita. A glance at this
published formula wrUl show that'Ooide
medical Dtecoveriyt- e otato s pi n.r
ons or haraftl aea tand aO salshi-

88used fb atheeweS a* ar

enle etmacti e and velin rreka Ase.
and is safe and reliable.
A booklet of extracts fromO ewmeaet,
medical authorities, endorsing its Ingre-
dients mailed free on request. Acdra
Dr. B. V. Pice u Bffalo.-N. Y.


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Harry Stalb ag of l- -m ,
in town today to see ab06 his m.
whlc nmes off tl cormt melar.

Teahs&ed stands at Omah =-- C
Mr. D C. Stany m c tlh --
leat citl M of Beiw, was t -
city today, aeoaspaui 5p r JA .
Wilder, of Pry c ourmy. wo k "
Vist to tlered at BNM--WW Z

Orwao La Mtivie Mt mlb fl%
new IaUIvT4e, stumasmens a b d 1d
Irritate. It is the bt t-bli a .-
uateed or ysor memey t, -I r
af druitists.

Mr. Charmer a e or,. the; aBOOM
ltu goro te S'or trm -he5- na an.
came up Ssturdsy -agnd is spena a
few days LI the CLur.

Millions of bottles af Jabt I.- '
and Tar have been seold w l.
person ever buln-teo- ng "'
other t han e b e ei- ". ,--.
e for. coughs coi s l --

le Hoey ad T in6 -
p-cmw eontain go en-08MA -*a
harmtui dri G 0o #r l P
refustag anyr bt the --
an dru'ugots. *-&:
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Walter ay t M t m l I- e j. '
North C-rola. t is s .. ,
.twat arnd e wnt .
new riffe with hm.-



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christmas womm -. "
young at the Ocaa a ~ i ; 1 2.

ArrfvM of Mm" I
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Mr. J. W. Pearsen, the golf expert,
arrived in the city yesterday and wi
spend the winter at the Ocala Hoes.
This is Mr. Pearson's sixth winter In
Ocala, and last winter was the art
one he has been absent from here, be-
ing in Scotland.

No! Huyler's candies have not ad-
vanced in price. You can buy Huyler'
as cheap as you can any other kind.
A fresh supply just received at T. W.

Don't fail to see the fle line of la-
dies' umbrellas, most suitable for hol-
iday gifts, at A. E. Brnett's, the Jew-

LOST-Ring with a number of keys
attached. Supposed to have dropped
them at postotfice Saturday. Reward
for the return of same to P. H. NUagent

A guarantee stands back of eery
horse and mule purchased from s.
.We have two carload of the best
Patterson & Crutcher, at the Marlom
Farm Stables.

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J. B Grkgg, a&thrift
wroee the rver, s. t tS pet
killingPcqkersme bm~lin.>
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A Pleasant, Homefare House

Elegant, Airy Rooms and the

very Choicest Table Board.

Special Rates in -ummer, to

Weekly and Mouifly Board-



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6 lopi
6 lapift
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4 551pi
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6 6Wpn
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This is the package that

brings to your table the

,/V best and freshest of all

SBiscuit and Crackers.

This is the trade mark of identification
which appears in red and white on

WSeach end of the package.

NATIONAL This is the name of the Company that
BISCUIT stands behind both the trade mark and
SM A Nr the package -a name synonymous with
CO PANY all that's best in baking.

OrUCrTTS-A -Imt kind of an oysta caer, with ma appetibinmtg aI-semr t
OPM, tamp WAd aim
SOCIAL TIA ISCUIT-A cri a lit@ biz, thela toa appesing browm mad dighdy
Gaved wfh vai


This Descendant of Hellas Was
Providence.R.1.. Di. jl 12.-A
heroism siedom surpassed was b
to thi. port yesterday bWy the tug
ter A. Lukenbach.
When every other man on boa
tug declined to risk his life i,.
fort to rescue two men on the for
ing barge Buena Ventura, which
in tow of the Lukenbach. off Mc
Point. last Friday, Mitchell B.
a Greek .eaman. stepped up to
John Daly and said that he
mak thil- trip alone.
In a small boat at thA high
fierTe northeast gale. Bruso ro'
the barge and rescued the captain
Owarsond, whom he found fro:
the topmast. -and as soon a-s I
placed the helpless captain on
the tug. without a moment'C re
covered with a coating of Ice front
to foot, put out again and release
man Charles Martin. who was
to a floating hatch, on which h
been carried away from the s
The two men, of a crew of five
the only ones to escape death.
A Historical Ship
The barge was, before being
averted for the coal carrying tr
Spanish tramp steamer.
She was the first of the seizu
the United States navy after th
broke out, the gunboat Nashvill
during her while she was boui
Cuban ports.

are as common in India as are
ach and liver disorders with us
the latter, however, there Is
remedy: Electric Bitters, the gr<
storatlve medicine, of which
Brown, of Bennettsville. S. C.,
"They restored my wife to
health after years of suffering
dyspepsia and a chronically
liver." Electric Bitters cure chi
fever, malaria, biliousness, lame
kidney troubles and bladder dis
Sold on guarantee by Tydings
druggists. Price 60c.

90 06

aun tf -
h was

t of a
wed to
n. Olle
zen to
ie had
st and
In head
*d sea-
he had

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g con-
ade, a

ares of
he war
e cap-
nd for

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a sure
eat rp-
S. .1.
g with
lls and
& Co.,

"I hay. na.d your ralual 1- (!- ar a-te and find
tbem perfee't C uidnt ., do i.'til ~wi zom I h"Ve
used them fIr mp tni- Iim n -.t ,.T at-! ii-
lousneis atid aix1w c'-t-. 't ry ,urd.-. Hecm.
mrod them %. t,, ev-rytn. I r.--- tried. you wli
,,,er be .vitbun tthemn in thw Iatiri in
Edward A. Mari, .AlbAn, N.YT.

Best For
The Bowels

Pleasant. Palatabhl Pntent Tatr-Good DoGood.
Never Si.-ki. Weakl n orr (ripe. o10 2c 5 c. Never |
sold in bullK. Til gE.nniue tablet stamped CC C. __
Guaranteed to cure or your miney bac k.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 6oa

0eERI The Hom of Old Santa

ATIVrme l enntng a ptietch and dscriminn :nr r
qntckly a eert;ami n!ir ovimr-rn free whet ther ,al
inrention t irrnhalli rpatentable. Cor vmn ir w -
tionq 'ttwct ly ~'idenlt ilI. HANDONI( on I'tcnma
weit free, (Old !r m.:pricv for securijig patents.
Patents taken through lux4tn A Co. receive
qpctW, notice .without charred in ne

A kiatlific Jimerkan.
A hanneomeir ilnsutmit weekti. jarzest ir
culation oI f'nr ter ittlic )nurnal. Ternis. 15 a
Tear. tour moriths, L Sold by lilnewedealer.
.A % - a- II -U-A-

Branch Office. ft25 F St.. Wasblatlon. D.
His Sense of Humor and His Umosten- --
tatloua Charity.
Many a joke is credited to Thaddeus
Stevens, who led the Republicans in
congress during the civil war and the
troublous times after. F O L
One of the very keenest of his jests,
which is undoubtedly authentic, is so
commonplace in s.und that one might
easily be forgiven for failing to take
lu its meaning In his last days David H N YDT -
Reese and Johu Chauncey, two em- i
ployees of the house of representatives,
used to carry him In a large armchair The l
from his lodgings across the public II TIVE cnuh rem dl
grounds, up the broad stairs of the I I UU I lled
"Who." he said to them one day. "will For coughs. colds, throat and lung
Troubles. No opiates. uon-a.coholic. '
be so good to me and bear me in their o, feverbo. Sole wh
strong arras when you two mighty me G f
are gone';* The genuine Sp
Such a question implied nothing short FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is in
of a sense of intellectual immortality. aYellowpackage. Refuse substitutes. ;Sun
When he had taken to his bed for the Prepared only by
last time a visitor told him he was look- Foley & Company, Chicago.
"Oh. John." was the quick reply. "it -- -- ------
Is not my appearance, but my disap- r T-
pearance. that troubles me:" L A L E X AX D E
One day a member of the house of
representatlve-., who was noted for his Practical
uncertain courn- on all qlue-tiolis and
who con.fessed that he e,-vr iinestigat- CARPENTER AND BUILDER
ed a piint under d:sc';-<;i. w.itlhout
fudiua himself a nDatral. ask-ed fur Careful esliriate- mnadJ. on all contract
leave of absenucA. work. Gi\ve mnre and better work
"Mr.r.." a lf St-veno:. "1 d for the inrlney thtil any #other con-
uot rise to oje.t. blutt t s pr. -t- th.t tractor in the city.
tdi hj: r.ble -l Inn r >t 4:i .. .. ... ..
h.< f.vor. f), L.e van e .;yi. pair o: W

t 2 :.. :,*-..i., 81" R em ington-

O,-eLi,' .. .:i i.r:V A t.h e..::r i.. IIT S h01rs

1i,- t 1 .:1 .II -,ri1 .2I I;I, ; # Ie n th en
i;,,.~~h.-. W V O w m L

He extends an invitation to you and uas a visit to ow-

and an inspection of our ine of NHRISTUAS ANI IUAMl


for this market in Ocala--24 years experlen e.

" 5W WY N AUaRVwr an

Its (apacity to Ree-ive the Impree-
*Iloa of a Lifetime.
Authorities differ as to the capacity
of the average brain to receive the im-
pressiois of a lifetime. It i~ pretty
well believed th thtthere is in the brain
a center of conervation ,disuict from
the center of perception. We of course
know nothing ua to the nature of the
,relation of bra:u crls tn precepts and
conservation. but u do know that
there must 1r, a relation. The re
searched of Hamiini rer g anld TIhomson I
show that Ute m umtber of cells in the
brain is ,ie 0. "s). All stimul, ex- |
terril th. *. i-.h the five senses or in
t.rnal through proce-=.s, muut lea'e ;
soime trace- upon these- cells. chemical
physical or dcyavniac 'The t stinuli
are composed ,f all sorts -.,f pre words and sounds h-ard; things and
words sewin: ,,ijewts felt. ta-ted, smell-
ed; skeusationli- pIer.ei\ed in our own
bodies: tliou;htts pushliung upward into
cunsekiou:in-s. And a little reflection
will show how inluumerable such im
prinutes mut be in the coirse- of a single
waking day.
Even without readiug. the resident of
a c.ity must rw-.ive. an 'iualculable
number of impires-iuos upon his brain
every tw-iitr-four hulrs. The rn-ading
*eiter of thie lir'iin (n't-upies a v .oinpara-
tively small area In the .ack of the left
hbtmisp,here anld (,eose-jlt-ittl1 Ltiust p'))s
sess a very small portion of the 9,.-
000.0(0tX cells rerfrred to above. We can
only guess at tl.e number., ut a fair es-
timate would be about a twentieth, or.
say. 5)0J.(iw.(). which in a lifetime of
sixty years would allow us about 25,
(.X0 cells a day for the perception and
conservation of words and sentences
Not a read. These -figures. m:y have no
scientific value., ut at aNy rate they
tale of emplhasize a ver important fact. and
brought that is that our brain c:apacitv i< limit-
Wal- ed anid' that we should Ibe sparing of
the cells we daily squaniior.- Dr. Fredt
rd the erick Petersoni in t'.llher's.
an ef-




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EVENING IMPROVEMENT SOCIETYA Begin Taking Ofcomulslon Tod j leaves! and paper. Instead of piling It ;

Editor Star: Gratitude expressed is Small Crowd but and,Your Cure Begin Todaymm all over>> fhe city while waiting for the
proof of appreciation and to it an Interesting city carts. F'

... U BITTINGER & CO.. seems that I would be an ingrate me were Meeting Held Tuesday Morningin Motion to have full report of the. proceedings II SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTWe

I to refuse to express my thankfulness Yonge's Hall published carried. '
C. 1.. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll to the assn who on yesterday took ac- The Motion made and carried that a
City Improvement
Proprietors and Publishers. casion to honor me with the gratuitous! its regular monthly Society held committee be appointed to see ).fr. have boxes to $5.QO-peryear thaT

**-. __ compliment of their vote, especially as meeting Tuesday Woodrow and others who have the :
It was wholly unsolicited morning at Tonge's Hall with the pres- management of the library, to find out hold big l lot of ",alniblpape etc. Also
C. 1.. BITTINGER, on my part. ident In the chair ,..aet8.0rfw.lrr-P.,___- jewelry,
Never. tn a life of forty fears, have whether or not anything could be done
Editor and General Manager The roll of one hundred and Its Vitalized Medicinal rood Proper larger boxes little Come
I[ asked the public for votes for a public one members sixty flu are fiery: Quickly; Realised. by t the society in the way of securingthe costing'a :more. tee.them
was .
o or' political office and this came teen only thir la Brtnttic Healthy Color to tk* library and reducingthe subscription -
R. R. CARROLL aa a complete surprise to me were presentMinutes Cheek of the Pale and Sallow from to a year to Jl which would '
of last meeting In Producing: Strength to the Weak.Ie .
were adopted MUNROE
City Editor and BUSIRMS, Mantger. Several of my friends came to me and then the different the Feeble and the Invalid. give general public an opportunity .
aWut nine o'clock on the morning committeeswere la Toning up the System of Convalescents to become members of the library and .
election day or about half An hour after asked to make reports. from: Exhausting to hare the benefit of the books and BANKERS.
The chairman of the Cleansing the Entire 8j stem.
I bad taken the oath committee to magazines. The society had been Informed -
OCALA FOR COLD STORAGEThe aa one of the secure seats for la Nourishing the .
nspectors of my ward and Insisted walk to the new Rounding Out the Tola. Peaked that the library was not paying.xpen5E'S Ocala, Florida.

that I refuse to act as Inspector and allow cemetery reported that Messrs McIier Pace of Children and was in debt for a considerable -
Star Is requested to make the & MacKay Mr. R. E. Tonge and In Building up on their Little Bodies
following- statement namely: That my name to be used as a candidate Mr W. J. Chambers had the Desirable Pink and V hite Flech.and sum and was requested to take
for councilman from ward two. This notified the In Dotting their cheeks with the Pretty the matter up.
owing to the repairing being done pn committee that the seats they had Color and Dimples that make Mother,
I i refused to do telling my friends that Mesdames McConathy and Hocker
the cold storage plant at DunneiUm the promised were ready to be placed in Bean Glad.OZOXCT.8T.Oir
their ballots were their own and that were appointed an Investigating com
farmers cannot use the same and rumors position,
and that the Anti-Monopoly I. aa Aatldote for all Die sues Ca.ae4f17 mlttJofrs.-..
they must control their votes themselves -
are afloat and accredited to the Drugstore Marion Farms Stables Pitt- {Czpoaare to Cold amd Wet. THE CENT NATIONAL BANK
Bittlnger made
but -they wished they might a motion that
effect that the Ocala cold storage plants man & Son Helvenston &. Pasteur, To prove its Medicinal Food Merits a
i the matter be
deferred until ,
use I did another
my name although not de-
have been absorbed by the Armours Mr. George McKean and Mr. Fred Trial Bottle Free
Hire by Mall meeting but afterwards withdrew the f
to appear' as an aspirant for the
and no meats for cold atorage will be R Weihe said OF OCALA
they would have : '
seats sent Write
o fire and would not refuse to act as on request. by letter motion. I
received In Ocala. This Is a mistake made within the next week or two. i or postal card to *
lDJIpeclor..and! cautioned them that it There being no further business the
and the purpose of this notice is to Mrs. D. M. Smith who was appointed i Ozoiculslon Co..93 Pine St.,Hew York.I '
was my desire that they would not give society adjourned.
correct any erroneous Impression on to request Judge W S. Bullock and i Druggists-Teo clxea-COc. and U-tt Is modest but progressive and
this subject in the western portion of me a majority vote as it would necessitate Mr. Deubel to either move the barb- .
k another election to be held in i MAILING MACHINE FOR SALE
the county. The Ocala plants are In ed wire fence that has fallen down In i
H readiness ,for business. Bring along the ward inasmuch as an Inspector or many places, one foot thereby making i wards 'correcting existing evils thatmenaC@ offers every legitimate inducement .-
The Star has
your meats. judge[ of an election cannot be legally the walk to the (! the health and pleasure of a good mustang mailer _
elected by votes cast which he cemetery wider,or I and about thirty galleys to match that
over Is
the people. But it not the busIness
was -
rMASTER to build the fence of to customers. : -
plank, which will i It will sell Correspond :- ,
JR. to be one of the judges. of the. society to take cheap for cash. The mailer
T. D. LANCASTER. prevent the skirts of the lady : up any
I am very grateful to themen who pedes- and galleys are in good order some of
personal grievance that might exist between -
trains from
ahd beingtern, stated that on I the galleys never baring been u_ed. dence visit invited -'
voted for
The Tampa Tribune, with its usual' me will return the com account of illness she had not .Interviewed t the mayor, council or marshallet or a
yet I The .
enterprise which la to be"commended pliment should any of them appear for the them settle that among themselves.It increase of our subscription list
gentlemen. An
list of office 1" the future.Respectfully. extension i was suggested that since th requires the use of a more rapid mae -
the official
published Sunday
of time
was granted.
I chine, therefore wish J. B. BROOKS Cashier.
we to sell the
Lee F Ballard.
schools and school children of the state Mrs. MacKay, who was appointed to lawns were rooted up by the hogs and one now In use.NEGROES ,
who won prizes by their work at the interview the owner of the lot in front flowers are destroyed by cattle thatif
educational exhibit of the Florida State IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the :Methodist church and I someone would make an exampleand
Fair. The following appears In ref that the unsightlyrulns; be removed I shoot a few of them possibly the s E. C: SMITH C. Y. ROBFRTS
erence to T. D Lancaster, Jr., of this Louis Scott colored, was tried this i nuisance would be abated.
stated that she
had done .
so and wasgiven : But Must Prove
Had No
morning for grand larceny and sentenced -
city: Motion carried that the attention of
permission to give the material Knowledge of the Brownville FUNERAL DIRECTORS
to three years Imprisonment.Paul the LICENSED EHBALMERS
284%. Best paper on the planting of on the lot in payment for the cost of i and property owners be Affair
shade trees and laying of sidewalksby Caldwell. colored. was tried for removing it. A few railed t8.the dangerous condition of .
days afterwardsshe i
the towns, T. 'D.::'Lancaster, Jr.. murder and sentenced. to ten years In noticed that some one was moving the sidewalks In front of the abstract Washington Dec. 12,-In a special We are Equipped to do the Very Best Work and use Only

Ocala. (There Is nothing to show ,that the penitentiary. the debris. She office; Ocala Furniture Co., market memorandum Secretary Taft by direc-
he U a student in a private or state The case of Joe Williams, colored her efforts was until the lot was to clean continue -. Main street. South Second street another d tion of the president has outlined specific the Latest and Best Methods. -

schooL" accused of assaulting a young negro and garnished.Mrs. places which endanger the life procedure to be followed by former
: girl of fourteen years of age Is now and limbs of all members of the discharged companiesof >
To set T. D. right we will say he Is. Maughs stated that she had interviewed passersby. TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIYE IMMEDIATE 1TTESTI0B
a bright pupil In the eighth grade of on trial The case was still before the agent at the A. C L. depot Motion carried that the citizens be the 25th who wish to relenllst.

the Ocala school and a pupil of whom the jury this afternoon. It. B. Bullock about the trash and paper which 1 is, requested:! to burn all trash such as The secretary directs that the applicant Chapel and Undertaking Parlors Corner I Main Street and

his teacher Is very proud. appeared for the defense and the juryIs scattered broadcast over the streets'and present to the recruiting officer .
composed of the following persons -- evidence that he was neither Impllcat- Oklawaha Avenue. -
that he said the railroad
Mrs. R. L. Anderson entertained yes- namely] : J F Williamson W. J Lob not furnish companydid R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK. ed In the raid at Brownsville, nor with-
a to the
terday afternoon in honor of Miss rig S. L. Bitting- G. D. Stevens, G. G porter keep. held any evidence that might lead to
depot and clean
Va Mathews and G. B Tyler. She the discovery of the perpetrators.NO OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY.
Elizabeth Adams, Lynchburg. ought to see Mr Charles Rheinauer FULLER & BIALOCK! '
maid of honor at the recent Gertrude Jordan colored who was
wedding who was of Miss Mary Anderson to on trial yesterday for killing Albert and there get to him receive to have the receptacles trash and placed lunch I I DENTAL SURGEONS OPIUM lieCHAMBERLAIN'S Day Phone, No. 10', Night Phone, No! 197. "

Mr. M. J. Roess and who returned Mason was acquitted by the jury which thrown COUGH REMEDY
papers are
home today. The party was In the shortly after six o'clock last evening The chair out everyday There is not the least danger In giving -
requested her to
The verdict was a surprise to the pub go to Office 0er Monroe> & C6a tbUss' Bank
form of a card party. The prize win- lic Mr Rheinauer and have the matter attended Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to 'KNIGHT & LANG- i
at large
ners of the occasion were Miss Lucile to. The barrels were placed OCALA. FLA. small children as it contains no opiumor

Colclougb. Gainesville, and Miss Valeta e around the but other harmful drug. It has an established -
city were entirely Ignored -
Potter the latter with that noble cour- CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED reputation of more than 30 Successors to S. A STANOLEY & CO.

tesy, which is part of her eweet disposition With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, aa Mrs. Hocker was instructed to draw Terms Cash. years as the moat successful medicinein
presented her prize to Miss they cannot reach the seat of .the die 'for colds A Full Stock of
I up a petition in the proper form and use ;:, croup and whooping Wagons Carriages, Buggies, Harness,
Adams. A sumptuous supper ended the ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional present !it to the county commissionersat :s-- cough. It always cures and is pleas- '

social features of the evening. Mrs disease and in order to cure it their next regular meeting to have ant to take. Children like It. For sale Saddlery and all the Accompanying Lines

Clifton Camp, of Roanoke. Va-. assist. you must take internal remedies.Hall the trees along Lover's Lane and other :_ J. E. CHACE by all druggists ,M

ed her mother In entertaining the 's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally driveways which are almost ruined by HEAVY FARM TURPENTINE WAGONS.Exclusive .

guests, who were Miss Lucile Col- I and acts directly the blood and mu excavations, properly protected =DEN'fAL..8URGEONomce MRS. BIRDSONG, FOUND GUILTY

clOU h. of Gainesville. Misses Valeta I cous surfaces Hall's Catarrh Cure Mrs Bittinger, chairman of the com Agents for the Famous White Hickory Turpen

Potter. Emily Ford Meta Jewett Sue is not a quack medicine. It was pre mittee to appear before the council. Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bld'gOCALA Hazelhurst Miss, Dec. 12:Mrs .

Bar ... .Esther Weathers. Hattie Dye, scribed by one of the best physiciansin made the following report: Angle Birdsong was found guilty yesterday tine Wagon. Prompt\ to out'of Town Orders.,
Ethel Robinson. Sarah McCreery. Sarah I this country for and is FLA
years a Madam President, and Ladies of the of manslaughter for killing Dr.

and Louise Harris. Alice Bullock, regular prescription. It is composed of C. I, Society: The committee of ladies Terms Cash. Thomas Butler, in November, 1905, KNIGHT & LANG.
Louise Scott and Mrs. H L. Ander- the best tonics known, combined with Mesdames Smith Austin, Munroe.: with a recommendation to the mercy .

IOn. In extending the farewell hand to I the best blood purifiers acting directly I Weihe Groves Strunk and MacKay, of 6f the court. The minimum penalty is v
Miss Adams the prevailing wish was I on the mucous surfaces. The
perfect whom I was appointed chairman assembled about $500. Senator McLaorln.: her
that she would gladden the hearts of combination of the two Ingredients with the exception of Mr For That uncle, will ,make a motion for a new FRESH MEATS
her Ocala. friends by 'returning to see is what produces such wonderful f Smith and Mrs. Strunk. The former triaL AND VEGETABLES
them winter results in
next curing Catarrh. Send for was represented by Mrs. Maughs. and

testimonials free. I marched in a body to the council,chamber Empty FeelingWhen NOTICE TO, OUR CUSTOMERS. Western Beef Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef Mutton Ar-
Mrs. W. M Scott of Memphis. Tenn F J Cheney & Co. Props.. Toledo, Q escorted by Mr C. L. Bittingerand : ,

was the guest of honor yesterday. at avery Sold by druggists, price 75c. TakeHall's Mr. H. C Groves. The last named you have that empty feeling "We are pleased to announce theFoley's t mour's Star Ham Armour's Pork Sausage Cabbage -
,elegant dining given by Mrs M Family Pills for .
constipation.DEMOCRATIC gentleman introduced the ladies to the Honey and Tar for coughs,
Flshel Several ladies were Invited to counciLAs a call on us will give Immediate relict colds and lung troubles, is not affected Rutabagas Tcrnlps. Beets, Sweet

meet the guest of honor and all spenta EXECUTIVE chairman of the committee I stat We Call Your Attention to by the National Pure Food and Drug Potatoes Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions.

delightful time together. Mrs. Scott COMMITTEE MEETINGmeeting ed that we did not want the councilto law as It contains no opiates or other

has.made many friends In our city andIs be frightened by .our appearance Tip Top Coffee. .. .. .. .. .$ 25 harmful drugs, and we recommendit )W. P. EDWARDS.\

one of our most popular guests. She AL of the democratic executive that we came as representatives of the Blue Label ... .. 25 as a safe remedy for children and PHONE IDS .
has been the honoree at several MARKET
lovely I committee of Marion county, is City Improvement Society and to adults. Sold by all druggists
request MO. Mackerel, per kit. .... .. 1 50
entertainments. ,While In Ocala she Is i hereby called to convene in Ocala at their cooperation in having the
with her sister, Mrs. E. L. Carney Strained Honey, 1 gallon cane. 1 25
11 o'clock a. m. on Thursday, Decem stock'; law enforced, the streets cleaned GRAFTED FOUND GUILTY
Mrs. Plshel proved a most charming ber 20th. 1906 all unsightly buildings and other nuisances Dr. Price's Wheat Celery .. 25

hostess The purpose of this meeting Is to removed which were a menace 7 Bars Lenox Soap . .,. .'. 25 New York Dec. 12.-George Burn-

recommend a person for county com- to the health and happiness of the nits ham, vice-president and 1e

The Presbyterians. who have been missioner from district No. 1, in placeof zens, but If we could not get the help 1 counsel of the Mutual Reserve ed'r

without a pastor since last October, W. J. Chambers, who has declined and sympathy of the council we might Dutch Herring, :Mackerel, Insurance Company, was convictyesterday.of edt

.have tendered a call to Dr. Dodge, of to Qualify. Also to elect a state committeeman as well disband. 'That we had built a I the larceny of $7.500

Bainbridge, Ga- Mr. Dodge for a number to fill the vacancy made by walk to the new cemetery, and had I II Cod Fish, Dried Herring the company's funds.

t of years was the pastor of the the removal of W. K. Zewadski, andsuch I contracted for trees to be planted along''. French Sardines Etc. The prosecution and conviction were

Presbyterian church in Jacksonville other business as may properly I the same this month; that seats had the outgrowth of the Investigation of

He Is a man of fine attainments and I come before the committee. been provided which would be placedin insurant companies by the legislative

excellent pastorial qualifications His C John M. Graham. Chairman. position as soon as they were'finish committee a year ago. c

expected, in the city shortly. ed;; that we had attempted to clean the 0. K. GROCERY ForDyspepsia

MORE FINE STOCK COMING city and were asked to desist; that we This Wnt interest Dytpeptii

"My boy" says the Oberlin Times."there Having sold out the carload of fine had placed barrels as many as we

are two classes In society the horses and muless we received a short could secure, around to receive. the Clark Bros. The Anti-Monopoly Drustore will

class that lifts and the class that leans time ago our Mr. Hugh Nichols has trash and paper which was thrown out" give you back 50 cents (purchasl

They' that lift are the ones who do the gone to market for another car of fine on the streets and scattered everywhere North of City Market price) if Tj-ners Dyspepsia Remedy

world's work. The leaning class are animals, which will be here in a few Being handicapped we were falls to relieve or cure dyspepsia or .

they who depend upon the exertionof days. This load will be well worth powerless to do anything further without Indigestion or their symptoms bad -

there and d> the grunting or faultfinding waiting for and we ask you to come their assistance C. J. PHILLIPS breath bad dreams, foul taste, consti Givfes rest to the stomach. For Indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach,

:My boy be a lifter, and you and see them on their arrivaL Mr. Owen arose and stated that he pation hawking, spitting acid or gas tired stomach, weak stomach,windy stomach, puffed stomach,mrvous

will have little time to fuss about the Tompkins & Nichols. thought the society should have the on the stomach dizzy spells heart stomach and catarrh of the stomach A prompt relief.

failings of others. Its the fellow in cooperation of the counciLMr. Contractor and Builder. flutter, pains in the stomach, side or

the lodge that shirks his duty who THE CITY ELECTION Weathers said that he was back, extreme nervousness, belching .' u te.Lea- Of pest* What row Em ear.,.. iM4--.
makes the trouble, and It is the same greatly annoyed by the cows with bells Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when ntery.*caIb.l>O JtaWtU 11"' the BrAm +&/ jlrcat I _. .w..a, .......f
in the church and In society In general Following is the result of Tuesday's that roamed at large at night and disturbed Plane and Specification Furnished all' else falls so don't be discouraged. a RNa. l f f f M -

municipal election: his slumbers. He was informed Upon Request It strengthens weak stomachs. The SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONCPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLA

First Ward-For mayor L. T. Izlar, that even in a small town like Lees- star of hope tor all dyspeptics. Cures

),fro I*. Dozier who has 'been absentseveral SI. For alderman John D. Robertson. burg the stock law was enforced and J29 South Third Sleet, the worst cases. Druggists or by express

months In Orlando keeping the 33. that the citizens of that place could SOc. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore

books of the Lard Grocery Co.. rnSecond \\ard-For mayor. L. T. Izlar, sleep serenely. Ocala, Fla. Phone J 30Hunnicutt's Ocala Fla. Call or write.CARPETBAGGE .

ed home yesterday. He U very much 57; G. W. Cleveland 1. For aiderm Mr. Biggs, city attorney said that

pleased with that beautiful andgressive pro- Charles Rheinauer, 39; L. F Ballard the laws of the city of Ocala were 'SCAREER You Can Be Cured.

city and its up to date people 19. sufficient and that there ought not to CLOSED

Third Ward-For mayor, L. T. Izlar, .be any trouble to have them enforced. Woodyard

Dr. 'D A. Smith of Anthony, was in I 69: For'alderman. J W. Crosby, 43; Mr. Gates stated that our mayor as "Wintbrop. Mass, Dec 12.-Former ](0..U Cedar Tenaee.1I r
the city today and reports the people II. C Groves 21. not in sympathy with the society Governor Franklin J Moses, of South Sm-aaAMX-Aprl M.W t 4 ,

of that section busy-*preparing for the Fourth Ward-For mayor I* T. Iz Mr Robinson said that he under Carolina was found dead In a boardinghouse When' X was fin married I fcmnd that tnj strength sad

spring trucking lar, %5. For alderman. George A. CarmIchael stood that there was an understanding I have bought the woodyard located Winthrop Beach yesterday, health. irritable were ,gradually and wa in diminishing.bed a week and 1 beCame sometimes DeS'YfHaa.1Id tea '-l

,. 25ORANGES. between the mayor and the marshalnot between Oklawaha and death being caused by asphyxiation.He days of every month,and bad intense bearing dowapanu. J! .
Mr. Will Horner, with the Wilson to Impound catlle avenue was 60 years old. He was governor My b ti iid had the bat pbjrs c an for tae sad I Be4hU \
medicine for nearly four mouth! ,bas I gradually -
Cypress" Co.. at Picolata. was in town FOR THE HOLIDAYS Dr. Chace stated that It was not generally Broadway, and hare a stock of green of South Carolina in 1872. ,had lea Ktnngth.sad ADa.Ul.1-1U1&W. leave grewworse .

today a witness In the Louis Scott known that the tny bed at aU.
city was put to and dry store wood on hand. Oak and
Choice fruit carefully selected for" A friend wbo WM calling: oa me braogbt me a botUc of
case in the circuit court. the holiday trade. Assorted oranges considerable expense to enforce this pine or mixed as desired. A big load E. C. DeVTUt & Co. of Chicago at Wise of Cardm and WM so load in ita pew that 1 &oJ41Ur f
law and that there was not sufficient whose laboratory Kodol Is prepared, I woo Id take it to please her
The report of Mrs. Mamle-Howse and tangerines If desired from the funds to do it. delivered to any part of the city for II assure us that this remarkable digest :;. sarpriaed sad pleased that before Xhadttsed the fcottl I reaBy feUbetttr
Howard groves, at $%.%5 f o. b. Au- ,,so I kep'ODR Eight ._
Stovall. secretary of the City Improvement burndale. Address. E. M. Howard Mrs. Groves, a member of the committee cash. Call at the yard or phoneNo. tnt and corrective for the stomach IatUa bIoopi back newt J&ea1tJa t!" j' a a/y>y
Society, of the proceedings of stated to the council that she 370. conforms fully to all provisions of aid strength.and 1 hA. sot Lad a
either Auburndale or Ocala. aock is month ,
day six
that body yesterday Is an admirable would like to get behind that street the Natonal Pure Food and drug laThe w. .

presentation of the happenings In the BIG STOCK OF WATCHES committee for one dayIn her neigbborhood M. R. Hunnicutt Kodol laboratory Is a very large Taataeau,9r. lsIIaae. doaarf.a .

body taken as It was. under very trying and all over the city for that one. but if all the sufferers from indigestion .

circumstances half a dozen memberS matter limbs of trees and filth were ,. and sttomach troubles could
talking at the same time. I have the best line of watches to left on the streets for days to decayand know the virtues of Kodol It would >b

select from of any house in Central endanger the health of the city impossible for the manufacturers to 'WINEOICARDUI

Mr. Ernest McLin. representing the Florida. Watches for ladies and men Mr. Robinson said wilt a committee OLLIE'MORDIS: keep up with the demand. Kodol la

t s. A. Rawls Co. of this city. appeared and size for Come any price In: and also Inspect any design the line.or had been appointed a year ago to do Has reopened hi* meat market near sold here by the Anti-Monopoly drugStore

before the county commissioners! of A. E. Burnett. the Jeweler such as that andto remove old unsightly the Seaboard Air Line depot. You will : Mrt.Fin aTihad little hop*of relief became six knew that erery

Lake county; the first Monday in this ': buildings and that it was up to alwayS find at this place the best of time she had those spells of menstrual ..dlerinr; with attendant beano? I
month and secured the county con I the council to have It done BIG MILL BURNED '" weika. And racaiti the
HORSES AND MULES fresh beef pork and mutton while dvpains the was every : : pain was growing i
victs for the ensuing year at the same The ladles: requested the use of the fish and oysters will alwayi be round mare sever'.
We have our horses and mules carts Gainesville Dec. .12.- John J.
selected Lynch's
price preViouslp paId. one day In each month.
I in season. Reemmber Dot Mrs. Finnogan was cored' by"Wine of CardoL She i* DOW to
by another member of the firm :Mr sawmill at Fairbanks burned
Weathers was
asked for a motion to I yes yen that there are few women who would not be clad to have the health f
Mrs. Jack Crompton. of Berlin_was who is always'on the ground in Kentucky that effect giving the street committee OLLIE MORDIS terday, with 400,000 feet of cypress she has. And any woman who Las those dreaded bearing down pa.iu

shopping in the city today. and therefore get only the very power to act. Near the S. A. I* Depot Ocala. Fla. lumber; The loss Is $10,000. partly tan bare the same relief. "
choicest animals. We fully guarantee i Dr. Chace I : Insured.
was asked If
Ton can be free from menstrual! irregularities if yea take this pure
ANOTHER WONDER OF SCIENCE.kas ::. every horse ,and mule sold by us. he was opposed to the society having
DR. BLOSSER'S CATARRH CURE vegetable> wine. YJhm't you take when tea*that it ta don*
Patterson &. Crutcher the carts. His
reply was Inaudible. J. Zenas Preston for others? Secure*bottle of Wine of Cardui Cods p.
At Marion Farms Stables. Mr. Weathers then withdrew his
JU.lo&T' motion. Another Editor Star: The undersigned thinksthat Tour drug iat hu$1.00 bottJea.Fish .
Proved .that Dandruff Is was introduced and
SILVER TABLE WARE carried which again placed the measure he can recommend the atdvc core

i Caused by a Germ. I have on display a splendid line of In the hands of the council : TypewritersC having himself been cured of bronchial
and nasal catarrh. It
lanes to donlg wonders these days in sterling silver knives, forks and spoonsTou We then withdrew from the coon comes in three
forms cigarette, pipe and plate Free
etedi ine -- --- -- --
as weU aa in mechanics. Since are cordially Invited to come in chamber..
*dia sample. I refer you to Rev. F.. R. Bridges
lived the human race has been and see the goods. Mrs
troubled Blttinger's report was accepted ,. P. E, 1. W. Moore. P. Cw and and
preparation with has dandruff, t or which BO hair A. 1:. Burnett, the Jeweler. and a discussion: followed It was All machines guaranteed for Mr. "White of the Christian church. Oystes.

heretofore proved a sacK the voice of the society that if the lawsof
W. L.
cure Agent.
TmtU Newte' Herpidde was Backache, cold hands and feet rheumatism the city not twice as long as others.
are sufficient
the market. It la to meet I now have a first-class stock of Fresh and Salt] Water
a scientific p- and kindred ailments, caused : the wants of the
WUon that Mia m2 citizens that it lathe NEW ARRIVAL OF HORSES
Mndraff or court the by germ digging! that into the s by improper action of the kidneys duty of the council to repeal the Fish: of all kinds;,Cedar Key and Crystal) River Oysters.

calp to get at the root of the hair where yield readily to a short treatmentDeWtitt's of present laws and make new ones. The Second-Hand Ma chines from Messrs. Tompkins and Nichols received Fresh_ Beef, Pork and'1.futtoI\.at all times. Tie Goods

It caps the vitality: causing itching scalp. Kidney aand Bladder Pills. officials are the servants of the people $5.00 Up. another. of fine Tennessee
Y; ,. rasing hair and fiaany baldness. W1th- They quickly drive the poison from and It is their duty to have the laws horses and mules this week and are choice varieties;the prices as low as the lowest and

: .:.:,'":* oat dandruff bait must grow luxuriantly. the system and thus afford relief. A enforced; and that the society did not the animals may be seen at the stables customers will receive prompt courteous
=;fc .. :> **.** the only destroyer of dandruff. week's treatment for 25: cents Recommended think that the agitation of the matter north of the square Mr. Tompkins treatment, '.
:::-" :{i;;"'f J tn Bold by leading druggists. Send lOc. and sold by the AntiMonopoly -% would bring down the censure of disapproval ;i I RIBBONS &. SUPPLIES says the stock Is as fine ash and their orders will be promptly delivered.mnlrino .,:!fJ'

:: side stamps Co for sample to The Herpl-- drug store. .. of the people in general; it -- seen:in many a day. and car .i.ue s:
,"! :.f". Detroit inch was the business of this organixa.tlcn Send for Catalogue and Prices. .120 rites,all lovers of:good IIOBW' .The Lat S11 **' the
r-:! .: ..., 'Ir '.jTrdtags .& Co., special _agents, oct ale. Berry forks at Condons. to agitate whatever would tend to- West Bay Street, JaekaoBviU. Ha,, flesh. to come and take. **'"for iltl. old, .
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THE HUMAN BRAIN. 1 ; < GAD so N e. I

Its Capacity. Receive the*. :
.!... of A Lifetime. > .

Authorities differ. to the -capacityof ,
'iMAKE'S !. >
!, ,This is the package that the average brain to receive the 1m- ; :
-E pressions of a lifetime. It Is pretty : ..e
brings to table the well believed that there is in the braina < : : -
your : ,
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center of conservation distinct from THE <
/ best and freshest of all the center of perception. We of course

know nothing aa to the nature of the

Biscuit and Crackers. relation of brain cells to precepts and

conservation, but vre do know that

there must be a relation. The researches '
of llamme'berg and Thomson I' "

show that the number of cells In the BIGGEST DISPLAY

brain is .20OCMlOCO.> ': All stimuli ex:
This is mark of identificationwhich teraal (thnragfa the five tenses or Internal ,

II appears in red and white on (through, processes, must leave
some trace upon these cells, chemical!,
r each end of the package. physical or dynamic: These stimuli

are composed of all sorts of precepts-

words and sounds beard; things and OF THEM ALL.

words seen: objects felt tasted smell- _
This is the of the that ed; sensations perceived in our own "
", E NATIONAL name Company bodies!I thoughts pushing upward Into ,' .,.> '.

stands behind both the trade mark and consciousness. An f a little reflection 1

BISCUIT the package name synonymous with I win show how Innumerable such; Imprints ..

COMPANY must be! In the course of a single A '\ 1 i ::z::
all that's best in baking.OYSTLRETTESA waking day.

Even without reading the resident ofa = \v ; -- # ;;;

with favor= with city must receive an Incalculable '"
different kind of an oyster cracker, an appetizing cenre : :
cyrten, coop Nod salad. number of impressions upon, his brain __ ': oc --==

SOCIAL TEA BISCUIT-A Lgtt,crap little IQIIt,baked to u mppctcng brown md iLghtl/ every twenty-four hours. Tbe reading. ..= , of the brain -
flavored with ranilav. center occupies a comparatively s 0 --t
} small area In the tack of the left .l .
hemisphere and consequently must possess -

a very small portion of the 9.000t- ,... =-=.
MKtr 000,000 cells referred fo above. We can W cr:3
only guess at tLe number, but a fair es I

timate would be about a twentieth, or. :; '

-- say 500.000,000( which In a lifetime of
sixty years would allow us about 25: ..

A BRAVE GREEK 000 cells a day for the perception and }
conservation of words and sentences .t ;
This Descendant of Hellas Was Not a
These have
read. figure
may no =
Degenerate scientific value but at any rate they =rrI -
emphasize a very important fact and
Providence R. I., Dec. 12-A tale of
heroism seldom surpassed was brought that is that our brain capacity is limited P- \c 1 (':>

= 4i, to this port yesterday by the tug Wal- and that we should be sparing! of

frM. I 1 I T ter A. Lukenbach. the cells we daily 8'luande-r.-Dr. Fred. i".

I 3. When every other man on board the erlck Peterson In Collier's.Bi1iollsness.
tug declined to risk his life In an effort x jy'' It / =
I '
.i asju to rescue two men on the founder- : )
ing barge Buena Ventura, which was
..... 24 i in tow of the Lukenbach off Montauk ... '- .,
last Mitchell B. Bruso : t J
a ,K, Point Friday. = =
a Greek seaman stepped up to Capt.
'4t ,( John Daly and said' that he would .t J ..-

4 make the trip alone. E-
aTT In a small boat at the height of a aaS3
"I kave..ed valuable CaMaivli and sad'
your w
3 fierce northeast gale. Bruso rowed to't do witoont them 1M b. .
:Si. .... them perfect. : o
... the barge and rescued the captain; OHe <|them for.0.... tin far'.d.ce.bOa.tt4 Wr
...... ..

to. d MB MOW tomptrteiy! cared. R ecvn'
--- -'" ... .....-. Owarsond whom he found frozen to meal them to everyone. On_ tried, you will 1 a \ ]' t
....r le wiUuui.Stem, i. the family;' :
THE BEST EVER BROUGHT TO OCALA. the placed topmast the helpless and as captain soon as on he board had A.VMI.Albuy.K T. == t--i ) =

the tug. without a moment's rest and Best For =
The material is all
rightIt covered with a coating of ice from headto The Bowels = -

foot put out again and released seaman \ r
builds the best fence Charles Martin who was frozento _
a Boating hatch on which he had -
'w =
been carried away from the sinking = ,
It is reasonably barge. ,
The two men, of a crew of five were
the only ones to escape death.A w.. l

T. W. SMITH & CO. Historical Ship PleaMnt.Pal.table.Poteas.Ta.te0ood.DoOood -
The barge was before being converted Neer Siekee, Weaken or Gripe Me.Kf; *Never
old i IB The genuine tablet tamped C C C.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL OCALA for the coal carrying trade a G..6eeti to ear or roar mover back.
i Spanish tramp.steamer. Sterling Remedy Co..Chicago or N.Y. 601
HARDWARE. FLORIDA. She was the first of the seizures of ANNUAL SALE TEN! MILLION BOXES
the United States navy after the war
broke out the gunboat Nashville capturing -

THE OCILA W AHA INN her while she was bound for 60 YEARS'

Cuban DEADLY ports. SERPENT BITESare 'q EXPERIENCE The Home of Old Santa Claus

A Pleasant, Homelike House
as common In India as are etcm-
-I'i ach and liver disorders with us. For 1
'I, Elegant Airy Rooms and the the. latter however, there Is a sure
{ remedy: Electric Bitters the great restorative He extends an invitation to you and_ asks a visit to our store
.' La : Choicest Table Board. medicine of which S. 7\
>;: very Brown of Bennettsville, S. C., says: TRADE DESIGNSCOPTRJGHTS MARKS and an inspection of our line of CHRISTMAS AND HOLIDAY Q80DS

"They restored wife to perfect &C.An.eM'fta1 .
Special Rates in Summer to my
'X' with C a.ket..ta and dccriminn myenlckly
health after suffering
years << aacena" our ofs.r.n tree whether &a .
and Board dyspepsia and a chronically torpid tnventtnnt.prnhabtypatentanle! : ,...mama.. .... -
Weekly Monthly t.on..trtctlieooUdenttaL IANOB! onPatewa
liver. Electric Bitters cure chills and aent f re... Oldest:> agency for arenrmg" polenta.
fever, malaria biliousness, lame back Patent taken through Mann a: MX- receive
ers. tftnal-tra..boat cbirge in the
kidney troubles and bladder disorders. THE OLDEST TOY AND HOLIDAY GOODS! BUYER
_., + MRS. HATCHELL Sold on guarantee by Tydings &. Co., Scientific 1iiQI'Ict1.
0ga r"":4" ,, .ems druggists. Price EOc.THADDEUS .: A handsomely{]h> ,. of .nr nentule loarnal. Terma.ti a

P;;;:zf 'as= F Asa"'..' .. Proprietress. STEVENS. years ff.UNN. foor&months CO,3618reaclway.,|L 6oMbl Jl New newsdeilera York for this market in Ocala---24 years experience..' '

sOCALA FLORIDA Branch or.,..62S F m.fVasfaiaizun.D.i. I

His Sense of Hamor Charity.sad His Inoiteatatloas : -

Florida East Coast Railway Stevens Many,a who Joke led U credited the Republicans to Thaddeus In I flit

congress daring the civil war and the FOLEY'SHONEY Toys and Fireworks 4.
local Time 1l
Card No. 17. In Effect September I II, 19GI. troublous times after.

SWTWBOIND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. One of the very keenest: of his Jests,

t 55.98 BTATIo'3. No. 78 Ma which is undoubtedly authentic, is so .W' WOOMerchants
D Ily ,ltiatf,9 Da9y Dal t88J i who handle a small line of
commonplace In sound: that one might
Lpm loam v........._...Jacksonville..Ax 'I2pm; a b6.m AND T AR
6 Cl8pm t 28am ......_.....IoutQ! JackfonTllle.........._.LT 71epm S47&D1 easily be forgiven for failing to takein
J 1 mpm 10 4O&m ...............St Augustine..............." I bp.a 'J 4Sam168pa In his last David
its meaning. days
U seam ..._..............IIastingy.................." 6 "pm 8 49am these goods are invited to look through
8 08pm U S5&m ..................East: Pl &tk................... 6 20pm G loam Reese and John Chauncey, two em-
l 615pu 12 OOm Ar..................Palats....._..........Lv 4 bSpm 6 06amT ployees of the house of representatives -
41pm U lOa.m Lr...................Palatka... ....... ....Ar 64.5pm 6 65am him in armchair J\ stock and before
used to a large
9 26pm .. Ar.................Eau Mateo............... v .. 6m 15am carry LAXATIVEon our get prices
... 5154m Ly.&n Mateo..................Ar S 25pu: .....o...... from his lodgings across the public
.06p 12 lipID v..................Bunuells..................Ar 4 OOpm i 33am914pm grounds, op the broad stairs of the I remedy, 00
12 40peD ."...................Dupont................." 4 6 3)am C pltol. w W their Holiday Line.
9 4Spm l1SI'm .._........._..Ormond................... I b6pm 6 0.tim1002pm > For coughs, colds, throat and lung to
124pm ......_........D.y\on......_.......... S 45pm 4 mJilltpm -Who"he said to them one day"win" }
116pm "...............Port OrAAg................ .. I 85p 4 37am15m be so good. to me and bear me in their troubles. No opiate Non-alcoholic.:
10 35pm t OOpm .&.r..l'e. Smyrna................" S 15pm _. Good for everybody Sold everywhere.The .
U lOam 4,"pm Art.._...._...Lake Helen................ Lv l00pm 61ipm: strong arms when you two mighty men It
U team .65pm .-. ..........o..OraugeClty............... .. 12 60pm 6 Wpm are goner genuine Special Prices and Discounts to Public Schools Churches and
U.Jam: OOpm ..........Orange qty Junetloo........... 12 Wpm 660pmto Such short FOLEVS HONEY and TAR is in ,
m 2 m v................New. Smyrna..............AI S Dpm 4 05amU a question implied nothing Yellow Refnsesubititutea. Tree
lOpm S60pm __.......O..k Hm_................L, 240pm S Seam of a sense of intellectual Immortality. package. SundaYS chool Committees and Christmas Candles Free
U fpm .16pm AT..................TltwvtUe.................." 2 Wpm roam When be had taken: to his bed for,the Prepared only by
U lOam 660pm Art.................Sanford......_...._..ZLv 1165&m 6 3opm3Opm &
last time visitor told him he looking Foley Company Chicago.
U 65&m Lvt................Sanford..................3At 6 Wpm U 10lUDU a was .
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6lflm S 16pID; Zr..N..Tltusvfle,.........._.....,Af 2 Obpm a 00&m1211am welL SOLD BY ALL ..DEALERSUALEXAN .
3 &lpm ."..._................( ......._........Ly 24pm 2 22am1214am "Oh, John." was the quick reply "it
.64pm ...............Roekledg..._..._......... 20pm 21eam
1 Kam 4 22pm ...................EAI1 Gallie.N- .1 47pID 1 4iam.Melbourne. is not my appearance but my disap-
Liam 4 IIOpm ..N....._....... ..........__...- 12 S7pm 1 I.m earance. that troubles me!" DER
t beam 6 IOpID; ...._...._.....Jeb&st1an ...............- Jl Sam 12 f>3AmS OUR 5 AND 10 CENT COUNTERS
46&m 6 OOpm .. ......_..........SL Lucie.................- 10 seam 12 o0a't306am One day a member of the house of
SIbtm .. __....._...I'ort Pteree.._...._._...-' 1050eas 11 $Split representatives who way noted for his Practical

Ialsm 15am 637pm S 41pm ::::::::::::::::.Eden.Tlbbatb...::::::::::::-.::::: 1017am to 13am It 19pma 15pm40am uncertain course on.all questions and

G 46pm ....................Jel1Sell............_....... 10 Oeam 11 Wpm who confessed that tie never Investgat! : CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful
3 slam 6 "pm ....._.............!;tuart..........._._.- 10 Guam 10 r.9pm
4 20am 7 23pm -_....._.Uobe Sound_...._......." fI Scam 10 25pm410sm ed a point under discussion!' without
4Vpm ..................,,a'Ja lter......_......... 91ham 1o0epmS finding himself a n cltral asked for estimates made on all contract .
15m Illipm ..............Palm Beada.............. -5&m 9 SOpm '" Are Loaded
slam S 41pm .. _..__....BoJ'DIOI1._..._........." 8 :lOam II Otpm leave of absence. work. Qivea more and better work f.
6 Mam 8 foOpm -._..._.........Delray.............._.... 8 lam 8 Wpm "Mr. Speaker." said StevensI da for the money than any other contractor ,
6 48&m II 40pm "..............FonL..llderdale.._........... 7 team 7 Wpm In the efty.I f. <
; i Siam II 47pm -_..................1Ian1a..._._..__..- 'I Loam 'I Wpm not rise to object but ta suggest that: r1f} .
7 0IIam 9 6IIpm ..............._....Hallandale................... 7 OOam .73'dpm' the haaorable( member need cot a-k With Bargains. .
7 Siam 10 2JJpm ........._..lAmoD CUy._..._... 6 43am 7 Hpm'J \
beam 10 IIOpm Ar..............._...MWmI._.......__.....Lr 6 s&m 7 Obpma this fevoc far Le can easily pair: oT
,- Oam ........_.. Lyt..................)( ................... ._...._.. S OopmC with blms?!f*** ..
,' JG aoam. ._..._.. LX:.............-.UO15St5d..._.........3L, ._......... 12 JOpza On., anecdote always remembered iuconneoton I RemingtonI.. i ... -

''e Ballet Pallor Can OD tr&1DI:31 sad 13. RuJet Slaepal Owl on trains! .w .. with Stevens illa-tnt9 his:
': Dally except i IlDday.: unostentatious cbar'ty, A benn.r woman : Come Early and Buy Your I Holiday Goods. We will Pack

n met him one' morales:: as be was: Sholes t
..n N..tI Na19 Dilly 10.1'1 ....20 ...22 ,j OUPNfbT Mutt Suggest. Come '
: upon BRUCH. limpIng to the bans I them and Deliver Evening
Away you
:tUJ w:d:, Dally EScey: Duly f0ajr:; : DaU2 ,- any
"Ob sir. she said. "I have J.ut Let Tea year ago wu a good typewriter

CIOpm 10 lOam 810pm "OOam Ly..JaeklOGYW._..... .u 'J 4xm 1210pm 5 SOpmt a1!! the money I bad in the vr:)"* Five yean ago was a better typewriter ; After Supper. Open Nights Until 9.
G8pm 10 loam 6 18pm t oeam ....Sooth JachUDYW.....LY 7 S7am 12 2pm 6 22pmJ "Atd bow mncb: was that?"* d Today is the best typewriter
tOpm 10 fJOam 6 60pm 9 9am w.........PablJ( Beae.l1........M 71. <<>AID 1110am Wpm .
t 46pm 10 6Sam 6 65pm 9 443m .......At1anUe Besca..... 7 OOILm 11 42m 4 45pmI : Ob, sir. It was 73 cents. r iMteltrcittft- ,yKT..we
ODpm 1110am .7 lOpm 10 Ouam Ar.._....JIArpor.Ly 6 45am1,U SOam 4 Alpo "You don't say !
Ing a five dollar Lill In her huw.ntl t e1ank
ftJ\1NSlUI AND OCCIDENTAL STE1MSHIP CONNECT ONS AT 1I11f.1. how wonderful it is that I should nave --4s. The Ocala Bazaar-
pose c.safxtl.a Made at Miami with Steamships .i the P. 4;: 0.' S. S. WIIIP" found what you; Ijstr Philadelphia Ist.n ,

Havana and Key West. Press. 1 sal sds4r 6Sr,> ulabwtw .e,


M ....Tue "r.. Eatnrdaya..1140pm LT HAVA VA....-_Thursdart......U COnBAr ,tat FRANK ,
I A*KXY WAHAVAJA .\VBdD .Sondaji 1 Oupm I KEY WEST.....Tborxlan....... i SOpmL Dr. \nniams Indian File Ointmentwill
Lv W ?:.....H:lne:laf........: S Wpm kEYVTEST.ThandarvMoodayt. .9 SOpm cure blind bleeding ulcerated and FLO DAFOlLErS
,_....Tbondayi..- luam ArMIAMI....rlda7a' ,tuesd.,...? oopm itching piles. It absorbs the tumors : The Commercial Bank Block, OCALA,
allays the itching:: at once acts as a
:r'AdditJonal S&Uings between Key West and Havana.LvmwE9'r'.Monaay..Frldays..3DOpm poultice gives: immediate relief. Dr. (J06Wt sews ,otesle.atfret rl.aedessisf
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment U prepared -
Lvl1AVASA..TaeaaysSaturday..12OO&n4t tarn>rttl adwrttac slva.Mea 1g
HAVAJ A...Tuedays.tatuzdays..63Gtm | ArKEYWESTTuesd.ys.Satardays.830pm::: for piles and itching of the private I >
parts. Every box Is guaranteed. fttnr nottt,t*noiMMH M tperttou*,sepMr THE ORIGINAL
-::- Tralas Discharge Passengers at Ship's} 5Me. No Transfers. Soul by Tydings & Co. By mail. 50 St MrlS tv last ntdw t a4 awe.,..
..; 'jf ei x cents and JL Williams Manufacturing Sect aanrbere ia the United State.on rAIl LAXATIVE
8..; Tfcea Time Tables ahow tb.ttzaea at which trains mar be expected to arrtTe at and depart Company proprietors. Cleveland. tea day/test to prove Its aopertorttyBesulta BO\1E i "AND '
';!(,3Lc ., trots t&.MTeral station,bat their arrn l or departure at the time stated is not guaranteed Ohio. Count,''a baEdwjme book of :
;: !t"" a ot ta UH OompMy be hcVl rupondU any delay or any consequence*arb1n&Uleretrom.O Tilaable typewriter loformatJom. and : HONEY and < .
.P name of aeareat reprucBiu.Te, tree TAR >
;< :< / For Copy.of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information"SEE Do you want the most comfortable npo_ request "
;::::<'f ;' '' THE 'TICKET AGENT. place in the, state to board for the REMINCTON-SHOLES ,' CrouprLa.; .Grippe, Asthma, Throati in the --1. _

.... it will cost ? If so,, come to Majestic Building, Chicago ', "
money you -
Pneumoniaand Consumptioir .YEU.Ow'p }
1) za: NER Asst. CkA Pass. 'A t_ ST. AUQUST : : >
;. : *, "" :, = Cot Stupman'a llonterama hotel., and dacksonvtiie. Fla. i < ..- .-, ';-'" .;'c

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win be a, called meeting of Miss Florence Walters most delight- the leading medical,writers and
I Silver dishes at 'a.Maccabees the King's Daughters held at the Elk's full rentertatned a few friends at card teacher of all the several schools of Wholesale and Retail Duster in High

RHEINAUER & CO. Hall tomorrow morning at ten o'ctoek.< last ereinlng at the home of her par- practice endorse and recommend in the .Crad Wh.skWa. WMM and Br.ndiN -
ctronzest terms. possible,cacti aci
meet this evening. eats. Mr and Mrs. J A. Walters., on Ingredient entering Into the eomposrtioa every Ftne- Cigars, Etc .
THE LYCEUM COURSE South Third street, In honor of Miss of Dr. Pierre's Golden Medical Discovery Next door to the Uariea
Fans at Condon's, lOc. to $7 ColcJougb, Gainesville. for the care of weak Movach drspepaia., Stables Firms
Offer Complete Assortment of Mr Allen Bridges wishes the publicto There were six couples present. as catarrh of stomach, "liver eomnlaint ; 'phone We are the only

Masons meet tomorrow night.Pearl know that a few more subscriptions fallows: ;Mi3,Coiclough and Mr O B. I torpid liver, or UlUHiSDeas: ,throat bowelaffections dealers here who handle all' beers. No.
25 .
and all )
catarrhal diseases
of Ocala FIa
ace; yet needed to secure the courst.- Howse. Miss Sarah Harris aDd .ilr whatever _
region name or nature. It is
Turkish We trust that our amusement lovingpeople Harry Clark, Miss Sue Barco: and Mr also
Rugs beauty pins at Condon's.Rebekaha a specific remedy for all such chronicor LOW ROUND TRIPS VIA THE
will respond promptly so! that: Howard Walters.. Miss Louise Harris long standing cases of catarrbai affections -
meet tomorrow evening. Ocala may have the benefit of this delightful and )II' Harry Walters Mr. Tom Harris and their resultants as bronchial, LOUISYILLE 4 MSHIILLE RAiLWAY -
Velvet Rugs course of entertainments. and Miss Uargaret Walters. Mr. W throat and lung diseaseseacept consump
C rJ) .
tion)accompanied with
severe coughs. It
{ Uitt D.. Wheeland Miss Florence Wal Tt
Silver almond sets at COn40n's.Woodmen 13 not rood for acute colds and coughs, A Nashville Railroad
REBEKAHS., ATTENTION! ters. Miss Colcloagh won the guest'sprize. : will sell _
U4 AxznnsterRugs 8 bat fingering, or chronic cases it is sauna mr rates from Jacksonville
meet Friday evening. Miss Sue Barco the ladies prize especially efficacious in producing'per to points"shown' on dates tn,1,
The Rebekahs will meet Thursday and Mr. Wheeler the gentleman's prize. fed cures. Itcoatatns Black Cherry bark, dicated Proportionately Jowr tu __ -' .
f3H Cut glass butter sets at Condon's. night and nomination of officers! will Miss Walters served delicious refreshments Gciden beal root Bloodroot I stone root, from other points. -f -- ,

t COd; Burmah Rugs, !: take place to'her guests during the evenIng which Mandrake are highly root and praised Queen as remedies root-all for of $33.40. Hot Springs Ark. and return. ::,

K H. C Jones Is having his nev homein all the above menUwned affections by such Tickets on sale daily Final return ,
Tapestry Rugs the third ward reshingled. CUT GLASS ARRIVES eminent medical writers and teachers as limit 90 days from date of sale.
o This afternoon Messrs. N. G Farr.L Prof. Bmhotow. of Jefferson Med. Col FuR Information. schedules time ta.>
H Japanese Jardiniere at Condon's. I have at last received one shipment S. Mitchell and Tom Pool prominent J legs; Prof. Hire. of the Univ. ofPa.;" bles, etc, will be furnished promptly- .

SmyrnaRugs, u) of cut glass that has been delayed in citizens of Dacula. Gwlnnett county. Prof.Med.Finley ElliQgwood 3!. D,of Bennett on applicatIon.SI'. B. WALKEK.
-n College Chicago Prof.
transit. The patterns are { John
Japanese plaques at Ocala Music Co. very pretty Qa., passed through Ocala on their wayto King M. D.. late of Cincinnati Prof. a.PL.&NRR.
:g; x and Art Square; 5U and we are ailing the goods cheap.A. Homosassa for a two week's hunting John M '11etnM. D. late of Cincinnati 118 W, Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla

AH kinds ot goods for the holidaysat E. Burnett the Jeweler and fishing outing. They were well ; Prof. M Hate M IX, of
i the Ocala. News Company. provided with 'guns, ammunition and Hahnemaon Med. College, Chicago:: aDd WILLIAMS' CARBOLIC SALVE .
-WOODMAR" FRUITI two sets of dogs a pair of spotted scores of otters equally eminent In.their 'wit.1t ARNICA and WITCH HAZEL -
several schools of
IN POPULAR SIZES D R. Lv Martin came up from his Lake have few boxes of pointers belonging Mr. Fair and a The-Golden Medical practice.Discovery' Is the The best salve In the world for cuts
Weir place today.Nunnally's a fancy fruit. set of blacks. the property of ),Ir. ilit- only medicine put np for sale through bruises sores.. ulcers salt rheum tet
U half oranges and hair grapefruit suIt- chell. that would rejoice the heart of druggists for like purposes that has any ter, chapped hands and all akin erup
Q and ] candles. The best by able for Christmas gifts. Price. $I per any sportsman. They" are out for a such pro/efcru/nol endorsement-worth tions. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction -
U test. Th> Postoffice Drugstore. box. f. o. b. Eaatlake. David S- Wood-- good time and will have it. They go to more than any number of ordinary testimonials. or money refunded. Price ZSe.': _
ATPOPULARPRICESWINDOW rw. Postoffice Box 957 Ocala. the right place to get it. Open publicity of its formulaon Sold; by William Andersen. Williams" t-
the bottle wrapper,is the best possible Manufacturing Co,.Proprietors Cleveland -
Wedding ring napkin rings at Ocala of Its merits. A
guaranty glance at this 0.
Music Co. .- WANTED AT ONCE We noted the fact In Saturday's published formula will show that-Golden ... ,. -
I A first-class turpentine woodsman. exercises of the Marion Teacher's As- Medical Discovery- contain no poison THE PENINSULAR
Mr Sam Petteway. of Dunnellon and Must be sober and industrious and L sociation that there was 110t a paper ous or harmful agents! and no alcohol-

SHADES,LINOLEUM and OIL CLOTHTHE pretty daughter. were in town today able to control labor to work a ride of detailing what any of Marion county's chemically being used in pure.!tead.triple-refined Glycerine is glycerine INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE CO

boxes. Single or married. Salary shall teachers saw at the State Fair at unobjectionable and besides is entirely a most OF JACKfaoiTVTLL& FLA..

--.--- ___ p Masks, masks masks. We have be satisfactory.. Address at once S.- Tampa; or what Impressed them most. useful Ingredient in the cure of all stomach Pays the most liberal sick, accident
them. The Postoffice! Drugstore. W Petteway Dunnelion,. Fla. occurred to us that this was one sub as well as bronchial I throat and lung and death benefits upon the paymentof
ject the program committee overlooked. affections. There H the hiitbe medIcal small weeKly premiums.
LARGE BLACK MULE FOR SALEI t Certainly In that magnificent educational authority for its use in all such ca es. The Peninsular is one of the strong ..
Umbrellas. $1.50 to 116. at the Ocala The "Discovery-1* a concentrated glyc- est insurance companies tn the Jand '_
display there should have been :
Music Co.Children's. have one large black mule I will eric eztract of native, medicinal r-*oU and has many thousands of policies in '
sell for S150. Perfectly sound and a some one of the teachers from Marion and is safe and reliable force in Florida. All claim are paid

silver cups at the Ocala good animaL Apply to W.. D. Cam,. or who saw enough to have aroused an A booklet of extracts from eminent promptly upon demand Call on or .
*. Music Co. Martin & Cam. enthusiasm to express himself or herself medical authorities endorsing its ingre write S. P. Brocktngton. Local Agent
.dPz1 ,,' en a matter is which they should e thesIs mailed free on reQuest! Acdress office over Teapot Grocery, Ocala Fla.
Manicure FOR RENT hare bad a heart, mind and Interest. I Dr. B. V. Pierce lIDtJa11)/-So Y.
sets up to $42. Ocala '
Music Co The matter U not too old to have expressions 3 B. Grtggs. & thrifty farmer from :

Three unfurnished rooms and a bath and opinions: about at the Mr. .1.V.. Pearson, the golf expert across the river, spent the night in
room. Will rent to 'man and wife. next meeting of the county teachers. killing porkers and brought them to,
Mr, S. A. Davis of Martel was in or arrived In the city yesterday and will L ,
town today and paid the Star a pleas- family with one child. Will make price spend the winter at the Ocala House. Ocala. to place them la cold storage.

ant visit. cheap. Want companion in house. Inquire THE TEXAS WONDER This is Mr Pearson's sixth winter in
at the Star office. Cures all kIdney. bladder and rheu- Ocala. and last winter was the first Come .to this office to bar* your ..

We are displaying a magnificent lineo matic troubles. Sold by an druggists one he has been absent from here being visiting cards and wedding invitations

screens, in all sizes. styles and BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE or two months treatment by mail for in Scotland.No engraved. .
:$ makes. Mclver & MacKay $L Dr. E. W. Hall.! 2926 Olive street.St. .
You can get a splendid established Louis MOo Send for testimonials. Mr. M. B. Davis a prosperous mer-
Huyiers candies have net ad-
Our line of goods is now opened and business lease on the store or can Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly vanced in price. You can buy Huyler's chant of Hague passed through Ocala
purchase the store if Drugstore. today, on his waT' hosue ,from Crystal
we can suit you in anything at the 1 prferred. Applyto as cheap as you can any other kind.
F. W. River, where he Is also interested in a
Ocala News Company. Ditto. quick.
A fresh supply just received at T. W.- '
I WEATHER FORECAST Troxler's.' mercantile establishment

Mr. Dixon Irvine, of Oaklawn. was WILL OPEN EVENINGS WasMngton Dec. --Fair tonight .

initiated into the mysteries of the B. and Thursday in north and central portion Don't fall to see the fine! line of ladies Special- rates the to regular monthly
P. O H last night. Frank Gadson's Bazaar Store will be umbrellas most suitable for holIday boarders :Montezuma hotel and
I you will find there a lot of congenial
I open every evening until after the holIdays -
gifts, at A. K. Burnett's the Jeweler people. -
We want your prescription business till 9 o'clock. This is to give the A GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION -
and are better prepared than ever to shoppers a chance to do their buying:
I It yen are looking for a good business I E. C. McLeod of Kendrtck.
take of it. & Co. at this popular sl reNEW I paid a
care Tydings
MONTEZUMA I proposition, call on F. W Ditto.CHILDREN'S LOST-Ring' with a number of keys business:.visit to Jacksonville; Monday,
I ittachedSupposed to have dropped and sounded a Dumber of the buaifcess
Have you eeen the hot-pressed Vellum }- HOME SEWING MACHINESWe
I them
at postoffice! SaturdaY. Reward
'I men of that city of the railroad ctuation .
at the Postoffice -
paper Drug- 1 Favorite tonic is White's Cream Vermifuge for the return of same to P. H. Nugent. What he beard was the.demandfor
store? are agents for the New Home
LEASED FOR TEN YEARSBest Sewing Machine and carry them in 1 the cure for worms and all an Improvement in the service from. .
children's diseases. It not only kills A guarantee stands back of every all sides.
Mr. H. S. Wells.. one of the young stock. Call and see the machines and I horse and mule
the but the purchased from us
merchants at Martin. was in town today get priceS. Sold on time is wonrfa. removes mucus

Year-Round H6tel at $2 a Day in Florida. and reports business good. I I Pittman & Son. the preferred'j and nests.slime Its action in which on the they child build Is their mild .We Patterson bave&two Crutcher.carload at'of.the the Marion best Satsama at Condon's.

Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Eat Remember the couponswith each 10 I BUSINESS FOR SALEA and leaves him in a healthy condition.Joe Farm Stables. Call' at this office and see samplesof

cent purchase, when you buy at the Daniel Surmac. Term-, says that engraved card, invitations and embossed -
Ocala News Company. splendid, well established and he gate one of his children White's The finest line of soaps toilet pow- stationery. We have a beautiful

V. J. SHIPMAN PROPRIETOR: business for sale. For particulars payIng Cream Vermifuge when the doctor ders. etc., in the city and the finest; 1 tin*',and the prices are very low.
thought. it bad colic and from the first IDe. the market.
soap on Tydings
A Christmas box of perfume makesa apply to F. W Ditto. ; I
dose the child passed 73 worms. Sold Cal
COmpany. Shipman is conducting In the
nice gift.- We have a large line to
by the AntiMonopoly Drugstore. Montezuma hotel. the best traveling
show. The Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. NOTICE TO PRESSING
: man's_(2 per day hotel In the .
CLUB MEMBERS Hon. M L. Payne of Fairfield who atat
FOR RENTS ff, yo uhave never stopped with him.
? and Mrs Douglass 'Fant of spent Tuesday in Ocala, was here for .
A suit of clothes One hundred acres cf fine melon the purpose of passingpapers- with theNew try-tfe;house occe*
Fleming-ton were in town today buyIng I belonging to Mr. '
holiday goods. I R. A. Burford was delivered to some land for rent one mile from depot. York Life Insurance Co. for -a Robert
Apply to A. B. Rou Reddick. J. L. Taylor, commercial agent of
: member of the club by mistake two or Or twenty-year paid up policy on his life
three weeks Will Smoak:, Ocala. Speaking of farming be said Le: had the 'A. C. I., was in town today. He
ago. party receiving -
The finest line of holiday box stationery h has Just returned from a week of bard
made good and his
it crops cotton
please notify the crop
we have ever shown is now on manage- : work along the road f
TAMPA. FLA display at the Postoffice' Drugstore ment. Ocala Pressing Club. DIAMONDS! DIAMONDSII!! was especially promising. He said he

..e@.ranch&hoo/athve OaK.f-Ja. s I have just received a pretty line of negotiating for a manure spreader as I line -
Our of ladles desks and
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD diamonds of the finest grades. Call and he uses several hundred loads on his I combination *
r students placed into bonbons than oy any two other COW FOR'SALE-Fine Milker. with desks and book cases will be
the st A. E. lands a.cb. YEar. "Marion" Is cheerful
see Burnett
pretty nes.
colleges in Wort Jot *- fne Courses- SpectaJ Instructor youn calf. Broken to lead and tie. found exceedingly handsome. Mclver
Pr/vale Ies$9nJ--; GoodBoaral'-* F/eaant Catalogue free.. Price, $50. spot cash E. C. Smith. Strayed or stolen one dark dun cow the Jeweler and as entertaining as ever. I: MacKay

enmani/'b op ThQPti41d bf M*nMtf9.ttcntPrtiiilent.! unmarked, one horn little low; bush at

Mr Ernest'Crompton. an enterprisingyoung tail white. Above reward of $5 to any Mr. M Rubin. whose health demanded FOR SALE-Two bed-room suitesof Harry: Stalberg, of Dunnellon,. was
farmer of Eve was in town today one finding her. and letting me know a. change of climate and who went furniture, one book case, one desk: in town today to see about his ease.
shopping. Was reared at Mlcanopy. Strayed to Philadelphia remained there a short and book case combined; one library which comes off In court.
about Nov. 1st. A. M Anderson. ,. \MI- time and is now in New York. He reports table; one dining table and six diningchairs. r

HOTEL WINDLE, 15. |ii], i 19 E. Forsyth Street- I See those handsome dining tables, liston Fla. great improvements. 85 Fort. King Apply Mrs. El 'Van Hood. =Teakwood- stands at Ocala :Music Co.

sideboards and hall racks at Mclver &: ,
I FOR SALE Putt boxes. nail brushes tooth brushes -"J
MacKays dtf Mr 0 C. Stanley one of the excellent
-. New and First Class in all hair brushes: military brushes Mrs. W W. Reed. of South Lake citizens of BelIe\1e...
---- I was In the -
; ; Weir this :
-- came afternoon.
Another big shipment; of crockery Thre hogs will be sold at noon rosewood: and celluloid mirrors, wTilsp- up )city today accompanied by :Mr 3. A. '

-- Appointments I and decorated. china just opened at Thursday. Dec. 13th. to the highest brooms. and all other toilet articles Umbrella Jars at Condon's. Wilder of Perry county who Is on a-
-- the Ocala Bazaar, Gadson. bidder for cash. G. W. Cleveland A beautiful line to select from. Ty visit to friends at Belleview.

4 American Plan $2.00 to City Marshal dings & Co.Registered.

2.50 FOR SALE-My horse, Dan. Can I Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the
r. ti per thoroughly recommend- Herbert A. Passed Examination SuccessfullyJames at the Montezuma yes- CASTOR IA new Laxative stimulates, but does not

:-I ittsi IN; European Plan,. Rooms, one Ford. I Iwd Donahue New Britain. Conn., terday were !.. F Kelly. Cltra. R. A. irritate. It is the best laxative Guaranteed -
I ft'ff person, 75c. per day and writes: "I tried several kidney reme- )vey, Branford; R H. Harrison. Lees- For Infants. and Children. 'or your money back. Soil by

Rev. G H Harrison is in Charlestonon dic-s. and was treated by our best phy- burg; A. J Wyche. H. Felnberg Dun- all-,druggists.. !1
i- up. Special weekly rates a short trip for the benefit of his sicians for diabetes but did not Improve nelion; A G Campbell. DeFuniak, J. Tba Kind You Hare Always Eeeght !

l Center of City. Near all health. until I took Foley's Kidney Cure. S. Boozer and wife. Okahumpka.For ? Mr. Cbalmer Raysor who I. solicit' ..

El After the second bottle I showed improvement Bears the71f 'lug -or the Southern Express Co,

? CarLdnea. Open all the Wood wood. Order your stove wood and five bottles cured 'me I chapped and cracked bands Signature of ,came up Saturday-and Is spending a-

Yeai Rooms with Bath from B. H. Seymour. Phone 185. completely, I have since passed a nothing Is quite as good as an application -: few days in the city.

Extra Dont walt untlll freezing weather. rigid examination for life insurance. I of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
Charge. Foley's Kidney Cure cures backacheaand I Put It on before going to bed. use an Millions of bottles of Foley. Honey
Messrs. Patterson and Crutcher are all forms of kidney and bladder I old pair of gloves and see what a Am :Mark Twala Saw It.When and Tar have been sold wlJbout.aD)'

C. B. SMITH Florida. selling some of their fine horses and trouble. Sold by all druggists. difference. the morning will.bring Sold Mark Twain was city editor of .person ,ever having experienced any
Proprietor, Jacksonville, i mules every day. by the Anti-Monopoly drug store. the Virginia City Enterprise back in other than beneficial results from Its

AGENTS WANTED the seventies, be used to brighten up use for coughs!, colds and lung troubles. -

Bus from Depot and Steam Ships We have a complete line of drug Agents wanted to sell electric fly When you have a cough or cold do the'_columns of the paper with comic This is because the genuine Four's -

,........ gist's sundries and drugs. The most and mosquito killer. If used as directed I not ask some one what is good for it. paragraphs Betting: .forth the advan Honey and Tar In. the yellow

-- up-to-date In the city. Tydings & Co. will last for years. Easily sol-. r as there is'danger In taking some on- tags of advertising These para pa.ckap'contalL.* no opiates or other

big profits. Send 12 cents for postageon I known preparation. Foley's Honey and graphs were based on all kinds of odd harmful drugs. Guard your health-by

A-new line of iron beds. nearly one I free sample. M A. Bishor 233 I Tar cures coughs colds ai.l prevents facts-oa murders on crop reports an refusing any but the genuine. Sold-by
hundred different patterns and any'' Coleman street. Bridgeport Conn. 'pneumonia. The genuine Is la a yellow all druggists.
kidnaping, on the weather. On
'I pars.graph
A itch in 'time price desired. at Mclver & MacKay's.Mr. .'I' package. Refuse substitutes. Sold
.s' eaves nne. ran like this
OLD RAGS WANTED by all druggists. Walter Ray of Martel left today fir
J H. Spencer went to Martin : "'Germ 1 has just discovered a North. Carolina to do some holiday.visiting -
Save sick up II 10 CENTS PER POUND .
many a spell today to do some 'work on an engine I Gold beads at Condon's.Mr : buried forest to her midst. snppised to t and hunting He carried 'a fine

hy giving The chilClBALLARD'S belonging to the J W. Crosby Lumber The Star office will pay ten cents be 1Q.tOQears old., if the'man who new rifle with him. -

Company. I per pound for old cotton or linen rags Carter. of Dade City. state agent lost it had advertised In the Enterprise,
I any color but they must be ityassents for all old and
clean. for for the Sun typewriter passed through the chances are that it would have .
use In cleaning presses and machinery to'hm young at the Ocala News Company.
Sunday school committees are invited Ocala today on his way to Jackson been returned that night.
to see our line before buying. We ville.
HOREHOUND SYRUP make special>rlces at the Ocala News The lasealo.: Aathor. ENGRAVINGS, ORDEREDWe

Company. c. R- Gleason.: of the Zion Office "I have quite a unique little episode will get your engraved stationery

EVERY MOTHER Supply Co. of Zion City ilL. was a worked out for my new historical cards invitations etc, done &.ad
The United Daughters of the Confederacy business caller at the newspaper offices noveL save! you money.SEABOARD .>

should keep supplied with Ballard's Horehound Syrup, If she I will meet with Mrs. N. IGottlieb 'AND I WANT yesterday "What Is Its tenor?"
wishes to save her children from serious>i Kick spells It contains AIR LINE SCHEDULE;
i afternoon. full
absolutely nothing does not Good Friday "Instead of having my hero fLng the
injurious, constipate.
and coffee sets. Ocala
is desired. Sterling plated
for children as well as adults. I I wllATIYiANTLe'I Music CoOpen driver his purse, I propose-to hare tla I Arrival and Departure of Trains. at
A cough often leads consumption and should be Lecked proffer the fare TUs will I Ocala
Our winter stock of rugs. art squares -
immediately naturally bring on a depute and
and mattings is said to be the .finest EN1YANT1r I I : the bowels aand get the cold afford
ever shown in Ocala. Mclver &: Mac- out of your system. Kennedy's Laxative -: the hero an excellent and logical'oppor Day Trains _
A Household cessity.J. Kay. the bowels tunity for shedding gore."-PWJadelpbis. -Northbound.. ... ......12-6T p. m \\J ,
4 OF COURSt Cough Syrup opens Bulletin. SPMthbound... ... ........ 1.29 p.',m. '>
C. Smith, Houston Ten, writes: "I hare used and at the same time allays the inflammation Night Trains :

Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my family for the pat The meeting of the City Improve : of the mucous membranes. Northbound.. ,. ..... .. 2I6a.m. >?
few years, and find it far superior to any other couch ment Society yesterday was as full of Contains honey and tar. Drives out: The Cvefcl Polieenuu*. Southbound........ ... .... 2.19 ..,m '
medicine we have tried. Every household should be startling and sensational incidents as the cold and stops the cough. Absolutely Mrs. Knacker-Some of tb wealthy

supplied with this worthy remedy." are the sessions of Congress.A free from opiates. Conformsto families hare detectives guard their NOTICEF APPLICATION FOR

ViorldReiowredAll1fflL the Rational Pure Food and Drug Jewels. Mrs. Bocker-l knew. We Tax Deed Under Section S of Chapter .
: The Delight of Children. full line of Dennison crepe and Law. Pleasant to take. Sold by the C D't keep cook unless there If a poQceman : 458, Law of Florida. -.

plain tissue paper. Japanese napkinsand Anti-Monopoly drug store. __ : on the beat-->ew Tort Sun. Notice Is hereby given that T. J. '
COUGHS COLDS \VHOOPLNQ lunch sets' at the Postoffice Drugstore Bagley, purchaser of tax certificate
SORE THROAT. BRONCHITIS : If you want a good turpentine mule. No. 1S5. dated the in of
,- You Can Always Get Two FaMl B* June A. .
: or farm or mOl horse, see Patterson &; Sirs. ProsY-Reading is D. 190$. has filed said certificate! In -
quite a
We have sold all of our chafiing ;_ It FRESH at Crutcher at the :Marion Farms Stable. passion and .
PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00 dishes but have a shipment that will -- with my husband. Mrs.. DresserSo my office has made application for ,
T. tax deed to issue
W. TROXLER'Sa In accordance With
AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. come by express next week. The Post- FOR RENT-A four iwGm cottage in it is with mine when he reads' my Uw. Said certificate embraces the fol -_ ';-
milliner's bills!
office Drugstore.We second ward. Apply to Dr. Wm. Anderson owIng described property situated la -:. ..

are headquarters for all kinds of HICKS' I druggist. Falsehood so easy truth to dlfflnut. of Marion county. Florida to-wlt: SWli"'L" -..- .
Ballard Co. ne
Snow Liniment % and nw% of se) see ,2t. 19. "
stationery. Come and see us when in DINE The largest line of cut glass we have .-George,Eliot. 13s.r22epeacreg. '

need cf any. The Postoffice Drugstore j ever shown. The goods are right and The ,said land being assessed at UW, _
500-502 North Second Street, CUtE5HEADACHES the price righter "The postoffice; Drug- A vegetable corrective for- the stomachs date Cf the Issuance ot such eerti4:

( tore of babies and children, with ute |n the name of 'parti** unknown.';:,. : f ,
ST. LOUfS. \ H. C. Gates is assisting Mr. Neilsonat "
J\IO.f the
name of each -
trots 69 COLDS Ingredient la plain Unless said certificate! shall be redeemed ;, _
e Lake Weir in repairing Mr. R. L. I.Gte 12 It is a mistake to use violent cathartic English on every bottle, that'is Cascarweet .; ,according to lawv taxdeed wm Issue -- :
Hears ii:7-:
Martins hoteL ; -- _
........lit Mia to open 'the bowels. A gentle ,'.the ideal medicine for the little thereon oa the 3IUX das,4iIL. JDeceober -' -r : $ -,
-- movement will accomplish the results I ones., Contains no'opiates,> Ctafonns ,'A. n;; 1W _- -
We make a specialty of engraved iiithoutcansingdIstress., or serious I folly with the National: Pure Food and tnes: my' ot8daI." jslenstur*= afldseat .

4:{ Sold and Recommended Invitations and cards. As good a.s'caD f01EY5KIDnYCUII consequences later DeWitt's. ,little Drug" -Law: ."Write JEv,'C i.:
THE ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTOR be bad anywhere.: Samples shown with Early: ,Risers' are:,recommended...SoldI Chicago,: HI, for the'-&bY Book" A. P<.1204",-,:" *!-> 8; r; ltruiik. / .J __

: pleasure. The Fostsffice Drugstore. ator- Bfefel b1-th.:4ci-caoG1drg: : _store.j .. ., _I$oldthAnxIMcnopoiy!|", drar stare. Clerk,Circuit ,Cr.lrt1WiQ, : : Co, Fla -

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Volume!, Number 159. OCALA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1986. "' Fifty Cents .a blob $$"a Year.' <..' .'

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Fresh ArrivalsBrick SAN FR NGl5CO STRICKEN THE BATTLE HAS EGUN- H. ROSINSON. President i > :=:" 1 :

JUST RECEIVED S. H.' BUTCH, Manager. J. C. BOOZER Art.' ManavW\. _
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and Sweitzer Cheese By a Severe Storm that Scattered Between the French Government and .
Buildings and Drove Ships Ashore. the Catholic Church-Papal Sect The Hold theCOMMERCIAL f
Cluster Raisins, Strong, *- :
One Life Lost retary,Expelled from France -
Pound Packages ol Dates A nice line of Cut Glass and
San Francisco. Dec. 12.-A heavy east Paris Dec. 12.-The law of associations BAN'\
Plum Puddings gale sweeping along the coast as a reg% providing for the separation of ;
Istered velocity of 48 miles_an hoar Silverware. church and state In France formallywent ..

Fancy Cakes, struck San FranciscoesterdaY and into effect'yesterday/The climaxof OCALA, jf LA. 5
resulted in the death of a laborer and I the long and bitter warfare betweenthe !
Pound Packages Stuffed Dales the severe Injury of several others who, I I republic and the Catholic church .

were. caught by a falling walL has thus been reached Contrary to Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced by Its Large :.
Pound Packages Figs Shipping in the harbor was damaged what might be expected indicationsare -
considerably and in an quarters of the I OCALA MUSIC CO. not lacking that the public disor- and Increasing ,Business "
Shelled Almonds, city walls were hurled to the ground.. ders that have been provoked by the
blockading streets and interrupting strife between state and the church
Cranberries and traffic. Street car service was about will now subside in a measurable de
suspended. gree.. If such proves not to be the casethe The East Florida Telephone Compamy :

Cranberry Sauce at It will take several} days fully to [JEWELERS, OCALA, FLA. onus will be placed upon the I ,
restore the street car service In many church, as the government is unmis- OF GAINESVILLE AND THE ,.-4'
places the trolley wire 'was broken takably disposed ,to leniency in the enforcement -' '"
TEAPOT GROCERY by failing building and walls., of the law.
,I Fears are entertained for the safetyof FOR SALEA OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE. After a cabinet meeting today Is was Ocala Telephone "Company' ,
the shipping along the coa&t. announced that Premier Oemenceau I I -
Fine Ten*Room House One of the most complete and attractive I on Friday next would ask parliament HAVE CONNECTIONS AND REACH :THE FOLLOWING ,POINTS
I IN PRAISE OFCHAMBERLAIN'S Will sell my fine residence In the stock of fine up to date jewelry to suppress the pensions for the clergy, Alachua. Grahamvllle. Orange Lake. "'
COUGH REMEDY first ward. It Is'a two-story ten-room in the city is now on display at our liquidate the public property of the I Anthony. Gainesville Raleigh. < '> =;
I house and has a bath and all modern store. We may not have the largestor I Catholics and distribute It as providedby Archer. Grove Park. Rochelle. '
There is no other medicine\emente, large lot,at a price that finest looking store in the country law Arredondo. Hague. Rock Springs.
YeIH tuerd that has received so manufac-I will interest buyers. Price and terms but we, assure you that we have the Monsignor Monsin, secretary of the I Berlin. Hawthorne.' Rocky Point :
I and so many expressions of reasonable to a responsible buyer. Am I goods, the very best goods and- the very papal.nunciature, was arrested yester- Blitchton. Hernando. Romeo.
: JEWELER .I as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. leaving the city the cause of the sale. lowest prices day afternoon on an order expellinghim I Bronson. High Springs. Scrub StilL
followsits M. Handet at the Boston Be sure that you call and look over' from France. He was conductedto =
la effective and prompt relief I Apply to man Campvilla. Holder. j! ... Silver Spring
use. Grateful parents everywheredo Store. Ocala, fla. lour line of solid and plated silver, cut the frontier last night Conant. Juliette. J Spring Park.. _
Carries Stock of not hesitate to testify to its merits glass and china watches, clocks, pins, I Connor. LaCro'!s. Sp&rr. .. ..
a Complete for the benefit of others. It Is a cer- LADIES ALLIGATOR I rings bracelets charms and emblemsof THAT'S IT Crystal River.' Levon. Sammerfieli.Mclntosh. .
Consi of tain cure for croup and will preventthe CHATELAINE BAGS all kinds before you make jour Cough your self into a fit, of spasms Dnnnellon. Tacoma.: ', 'kx =
Jewelry ting Christmas y r
attack if given at the first appear- purchases.Fred and 'then wonder why you don.get I I Dutton. .-Iflcanopy. Trenton. _
We hate a small but etictly up to G. B. Weihe.Jeweler s
ance of the disease. It is especiallyadapted welL If you wIll only try a bottle of Elliston. 'Montague. Tyler < ..--.
PINS. DIAMONDS. date. line of ladies' chatelaine bags in South Side of Public Square -.
to children as it' is pleasant Ballard's Horehound 'Syrup your cough Evlnston. < Montbrook.Yacaboota.. --c
RINGS. WATCHES to take and contains nothing Injurious.Mr. I alligator and other leathers' different will >be a thing of the past. It Is a Felicia. Morrtston "VTilllaton.New .
CHARMS. FOBS, E. A. Humphreys a well known: sizes and colors. FOR SALE positive cure for coughs influenza Fort White. berryTVorthington Spring '
CHAINS CUT GLASS resident and clerk in the store of Mr.! A. E. Burnett the Jeweler. One of the best established and payIng -I bronchitis. and all pulmonary diseases. Garden Grove Oak. Etc etc* eta .
South! mercantile businesses. Will seal One bottle will .
FINE CHINA. E. Locke of Alice Cape Colony. convince you-at yourdruggist.
Africa, says, "I have used Chamber- FINE HORSES AND MULESWe building or give a long time lease on 25c,' SOc. and JI. Sold by the THIS IS THE'CHEAPEST MODE OF COMMUNICATIONFor
LADIES' UMBRELLAS lain's Cough Remedy to ward off have Just received another carload .property. This is a snap and owner Anti GUARANTEED CLOCKS croup and colds in my: family. I foundIt of as good horses and mules as has good reasons for.offering it. Ad- I I Rates Apply to the Ocala' Telephone Company. .1
-And- to be very satisfactory and it givesme were ever seen In this market and we dress F. W. Ditto. POPE WILL NOT RECEDE .
SOUVENIR CARDS. pleasure to recommend. :' For invite those who are in need of good I f J
sale by all druggists. stock to call and look them over. For holiday goods. Remember our From the Position, he Has Taken i in
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRINQ. Patterson & Crutcher store is open until 9 o'clock. The Ocala
Regard to FranceRome Ft1EtNITt1RS: : : :
H. S. CHUBB PROMOTED At the Marion Farms Stables. Bazaar Gadson. 1
'Y4Elne Dec. iZ.-Speaking of the ac- ? ;
!To be Register of the U. S. Land I tual situation in France, the pope expresses f-,'"
r1h OCALA, FLA f his grief at the necessity of ..c.It's .\- .
Office at Gainesville: .
: having recourse to extreme measures. a little early but our fall st.kis :
ti ;
\\a&hington, Dee 12.-President; ALLEN W. BRIDGESDispenser land j he explained they could hot be e
Roosevelt yesterday sent to the senate a '
I several appointments to Federal positions -: of "Nothing will stop us" said the pope] arriving daily, and we arz in a position to '>j < '

in Florida. They were as follows "neither persecution nor' .
MdYER & MACK!Y : I protecting our religion. Our causeis I 1,save you. money. All, we ask is a few :- !
I Henry S. Chubb to be register! of the, Pure Ice Cream and Cold:Drinks, God cause.-

FUNERAL DIRECTORS land Shields office at Warren Gainesville to be receiver of Choice Candies, Fruits, Confections, PUBLIC SPEAKER INTERRUPTEDPublic minutes of your valuable time to show .' j

I public moneys at Gainesville'' Full Line of all Popular Brands of Cigars. ,
Undertakers and EmbalmersD. This is a promotion for Mr. Chubb. speakers are frequently interrupted you through our stock. -

who has helUthe latter position until Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucerof cream under by people coughing. This
E: MelVER ALFRED E. OWEN the register died a short time ago. and would not happen If Foley's Honey and '
ndertakera recently a meeting was held by the the electric fans. Don't forget the place. 'Tar were, taken,, as Jt cures: coughs and A FEW LEADERS[ ; "
Leaders of the republican party In Florida colds and prevents pneumonia. The '

Fine Caskets and Burial Robes the and position made Mr.,to and Chubb the this president waS recommendationwas endorsed who has for ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM. PARLOR, genuine'yellow contains package.Sold no opiates by all And druggists.Is ina Iron[ Beds, $250* *p. ; .

1+ All Work Done by Licensed Em-
herewith appointed him. Next to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank. LIVE STOCK IN ALACHUA .
balmier and Fully Guaranteed
I Sideboards $ f f ,50
EARLY TO BED Alachua county will Indulge in a fine tp. .
healthy live' stock show for four days during I
And early to rise. makes one
A Choice Stock I happy wise-especially if you take March while the Gainesville' chautau- China Closets $ {5 and
Herbine before retiring. A positivecure qua in full 'swing They propose to up.OCALAFURN1TURECO'.
The Home
Of. Fresh Beef. Pork 1 liver'' for complaints.constipation Mrs, dyspepsia S--, Columbia.and all In Furnishing some show on their fine'Visitors stock. that Alachua

I Teen., writes "I keep
: always a sup- ''
And Mutton ply of your Herbine on hand. Am so ; .:

pleased with the relief it gives in con-that When you wish to buy Furniture for the Home or Mr E. G. Case-a mail carrier of I! .
stipation and all liver complaints
Vegetables Fruits, Poultry: words can't express my appreciation." Office, no matter what is desired; how much or how Canton Center, Conn., who has been in I
Eg's. Fish Oysters and the U. S service for about 16 year, l
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.A
little, we can help you do the selecting. With our says: "We have tried many cough E. C. SMITH... C. V. ROBERTS. s i;!
Choice Fresh Gruc .
medicines for ,
but Chamber-
PREACHER SHOT select from and salesmen croup ;
Mammoth Stock to
'.j.eries. always on hand from I BY HIS DAUGHTERs experienced I Iain's Cough Remedy is king of all" -.
and one to be relied time. 4i;
ji./ which to do your marketing. to help you, we can surely supply your wants. We also find it the upon best remedy every for I MARION FARMSINCORPORATED "

S cnd or bring us your or'rs Philadelphia Dec 12.-Miss Mary coughs and colds giving certain results I
shot and probably .
McAntee yesterday j

'and they will have .;fatally Quincy wounded MeAntee.her a Lutheran father. Rev.minister John We Carry The LARGEST STOCK Of FURNISHINGS South of Jacksonville sale by and all leaving bad effects" For II SE3L == S-, ;

prompt: attention
at their home here. I .
IT RANKLESAll .. ( ) '" ::! .1 1I
W. E. SMITH.No. II, The,shooting followed a according quarrel between to police Rev.officials We carry a complete line, from the:. Kitchen to the I
this talk about the division of
McAntee and his wife in which tie', 'in the Kitchen Stove !
Parlor. We can pu tor Rangeand the grand championship prize; at the GENERAL LIVERY
98 North MagLolia: St. minister, it was asserted, was tryingto State Fair giving general satisfaction I .,
throw Mrs. McAntee down the cel- furnish all that is needed for that room. .We have .l
Is mere bosh. Not a person connected
Phone 132 lar -stairs everything that is needed for the Dining Room exceptthe with the exhibit from Alachua county I FINE CARRIAGES BUGGIES-
Is satisfied with the decision of the
WHAT'S Silver; for the Parlor or Hall and for the Bed Roomwe judges dividing the grand prize between TRAPS, CARRYALLS, __ -' i
Worth doing is worth doing welL, If Alachua and Polk counties. SADDLE HORSES, ETC. "
Electrical Supplies. I you wish to. be cured of rheumatism.use have all that you will need, including the Bed-Cloth. Alachua was fairly entitled to the prize J

Ballard's Snow "Liniment and you ing Linen; the Covering for the Floor and the Picturesfor and eighty of every hundred persons :FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES: ,.
will be "welPcured.' A positive cure who visited the fair so expressed their _
J have a well selected stockof for sprains neuralgia bruises con- the Walls. We also carry Complete Furnishingsfor opinion. The decision of the judges.

Electric Fans, in both the tracted muscles and all the ills that or at least some ,of them is regardedas HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE?' 1
flesh is heir to. A. O. M. Williams. the Office. a political card played by them and HORSES BOARDED BY THEMONTHA. -
General Electric Co. and the Navasota Texas writes: "I have used they may just aa well understand right i

The Ballards Snow Liniment for sprained Call on, or write, us and get our estimates on your wants now that they have not added to their C COBB General
lat. Manager. '
Westinghousemake. ankle and It gave the best satisfaction.I popularity in this section.-Gainesville ,

ter cost a littlemore, but require always keep it In the house." Sold Sun.

less current to operatethem. by Antimonopoly Drugstore. Melver & MacKay. DEATH FROM LOCKJAW -t:

I also carry in stock OKLAWAHAThe I Never B cklen'follows. Arnica an Salve.Injury Its dressed antisepticand with We Arc Open for. ..:,

winter visitor is coming In everyday ,
Fancy Globes, High, Low healing properties prevent blood
to spend the winter on the shoresOf .
poisoning Chas Oswald merchant of
I beautiful Lake Weir.
Lights, etc. Rensselaersrille, N. T. writes "It
Mr. W. D Hoyt and:wife came Mon !
work OGALA GAS ENGINE WORKS cared Seth Burch of this place cf the :
All kinds of electrical day afternoon also Miss Laurie Business
man from Torrington. Conn. YOlk-I ugliest sore on his neck' I ever saw.-
and repairing done at reason Mr A, :J. Harrell finished Cures cuts ,,wounds burns and sores. 0 -
25 at & Co.
cents Tydings druggists.
able prices, under a full guar. fruit for the Eagleton company last General Machine & Repair Shops. Price 25 cents. -
week. We have put m a full line of Men's
,- t
antee. If your lights are out Misses Alice and Florence Bush

of fix, or you need -.{llg Winter. Mrs.Haven.:J. Lv Grantham.are visiting their! sister Ate Well Equipped With the Most,Skilled Mechanics and the Latest Machinery GEIGEROur Ladies', and Children's Shoes, ,Men's and ./- -
and Tools for Doing at Short Notice all Kinds of farmers are tired waiting for
I We have at last an at
done, phone. No. 2!. this which are agency to cold weather and are butchering their Boys' Clothing Gent's Furnishing Etc. '"; :"
point we glad say : l l1e.
LIGHT TURNING, FITTING. PIPE CUTTING, THREADING AND LIGHT bogs and shipping the meat to the cold
U in full force. :Mr. J. 1. Grantham Is
Walter Tucker. the.,.agent, with Charles. Marshall assistant REPAI WORKA storage. Our prices are very reasona Satisfaction '
tNgr" Specialty Made of the Repairing and Adjusting of Mrs. W 1a.lger visited her parents -

We have been having; some very dry Marine and Stationery Engines of Lig ht Horsepower Either Steam Gas o- at Fellowship last week. uaranteed. -
weather for the past two weeks, but I Gasoline Automobiles and Automobile Engines, EtaAgents Miss Inez Phinney; visited! her

w OOD are Mr looking: Ira Sellers for a shower returned soon.Saturday. J for the Monarch Ball Vetal. t he Calumet Gas Engine Oil, the Arco parents Sunday. at Willl ton Saturday and THE ,SAMPLE CLOTHING AND SHOE 00., '
the Delta Batteries
Elastic Paint Dry for
11. fine
JIarroU has a prospect
from Romeo, where be has been at
work for the past two weeks. DEALERS IN PIPES FITTINGS, SHAFTINGS PULLEYS. ETC. a lettuce crop. Montezuma Block, Bloom & FooT Proprietors. Ocala, Florida.
A Big Load for $* Lumber Is on the ground here to repair Mr J, J LeUrfer is in Ocala !!serving
thedepot.. The depot Is badly In
We are glad to report that Mr Geo.A. .
need'of repairing who has been sick for Fort King Gr cery; '.
Whittington. .c .
CASH We willhave a good hard road soon
Ocata Gas Works
from this place to White's Ferry. Engine the past week is improving
The church at this place has recently -
FOLLOWING THE FLAG. been painted, which adds very much I have bought the FortsKina grocery and restocked : '' .-'....:
Successor to YONG & CLINE
B. H. SEYMOUR to Mr its D appearance.P. Zetrouer left Tuesday to it with a complete, fresh line of Staple and 7 _-
When our soldiers went to Cuba and SHOP PHONE NO.' 349. NIGHT PHONE NO. 341.
the Phlliplnes. health was the most attend the annual conference at Palat- Fancy Groceries for the family trade. I will carry ";.;- -, _:

; Phone t85 important consideration. Willis T. ka. as a delegate from the Gainesville only the freshest and best goods ''to be had, and ..T :- :
Morton retired Commissary Sergeant JNO. M. GRAHAM. W. D. GRAHAM. will to'sell them to '," **'"
D S. A. of Rural Route 1, Concord.N. Rev. El A. Gray our worthy pastor guarantee you as cheap as any .

OCALA PRESSING CLUBJ. H, says: "I was two years in. was here visiting last week.the members of blr church: one in the city. Country produce bought and sold :\ {!::

F, WILLIAMSON Prop. Cuba and and being two Tears:stfbject In to-colds the Philippines took GRAHAM BROS. Mrs. !..'06e Bealy and her mother and fruits and baker's bread will be put in in a few ..';::2-1, _"' ;'

.Dr. Kings New Discovery for Consumption have moved to Gainesville.AN days. Give me a share of >our trade and if good J:: .

W.'Make a Spalty of all Kinds of Lade: Skirt health. And, which now,kept in New me Hampshire In perfect, MARION COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. ALARMING SITUATION goods, courteous treatment and low prices merit a ::; '-"-

we find It the best medicine in the frequently results from neglect of clog- continuance.of it,, you will continue: to (rade"'with,=;-:_ : _.
Rates R.asonable-AII Goods Pressedand world for and bronchial ged bowels and torpid liver until constipation '
coughs colds <
Cleaned' Short Notice and De. me. Bespectf Ills y } :. _:, $'{
on troubles and.all nine diseases.G1U1r- becomes chronic. This condition -. < : : -i"
i, li.ered'.ProMptly. anteed at Tydiogs & Co.'s drug store. Land Titles Examined. Abstracts Furnished. is unknown to those who 'use: : : ., ",)-::=:";''' '1-:> ::.'"

>> 1{rice 59 cents and 11;T to. Dr. Kings- Xtw,'Life''PlHs;. the best N. L.. WILLIAMS: Pop. i' ..
r ...-t .'PHONE 167 Fire Insurance on City Buildings, Merchandise'and HouseholdlEffects! and gentlest regulators of stomach and: : __, -f.) ,:
transient for Christmas ad hewett..Gaarantetd'by-Tyd1ngs & Co, --
-All' work': not called prese" ." "-q
",, j fwi&la 39,days,will b.'cold forclarge a young,_at.the' Oc TELEPHONE_ : I druggists:;tPrtce5 centat &_ -:, "Y.j .' Comer_ FortTKing:AveT_and :Ai la4c '( ..,, ,_ k
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