The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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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
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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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Volume \ \ Number J77 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, J906 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year ;

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Will be Brought Across the Andes How Two Turpentine Men Settled

Keeker's 3-Pound Packages Samp and Up the Pacific Coast Insteadof The trade nark 'jStaadml* on Their Differences With Nature'
Porcelain Enameled: fixtures
Down the Amazon Lt. ,,,o o uq1 Plumbing WeaponsA
Pound Packages Barley, Tap. m JJ means as iccch to you as our
ioca, Farina, Corn Starch New York. Jan. 3.The republic of a = name does when we insall them. dispatch from Valdosta. Ga.. says: Pure Milk\ and CreamDelivered
Ecuador Is to have a new railroad V W ' V Two prominent naval stores men
o In addition to the trade mark each
and Sago, 10 Cents; Three and American engineers will build it V cY V from Harr.'Hon county F1o413ai: came i

Packages for 25 Cents. with American material. The line is J y S h, .$tavdn+d' fixture bears the manufacturers' to Lake. Park one day last week to Every Mom g at Your Door.
and Gold"
to open up a country which is at pres- -1 oh vf.5 LL label gather up their hands after the holi-I

Holland Herring, Milchners, Dill ent without railroad facilities Charles LL which is the guarantee of; highest days, and they had some little trouble I Quality and Purity Guaranteed.

H. More of the Erie Railroad who has quality. before they had been there long. Mc- ;

Pickles made the survey of the line, will be Laughlin and Carter are the names of i

the chief engineer of construction. The the men.

NO.I SALT MACKEREL government of Ecuador will build and Both had their guns as well as I

operate the road. The route will be knives but they decided to settle their I THE MONTEZUMA:

Heinz Guaranteed Pure Mince from Ambate. .the point at which the differences without the use of either: .

trade of the interior of Ecuador Their ;
concentrates weapons were turned over to

" Meat, 50 Cents a Quart to San Antonio which Is friends their coats were pulled off and Y: F

situated at the head of navigation of they entered the fistic arena to fight n

the Amazon. 2- the issue out. l .
T-POT GROCERY One of the prime factors in causing I The fight was "fair fist and skull" _r 4i :
the government of Ecuador to decideon I and It was an exciting combat witnessed -

the _construction of the road Is a FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO.FOR by half of the folks of the town.

desire:!! &to divert me thousands of ions After a long, hard struggle both became -
of crude rubber which now find their I wind-broken and one threw up Y s

way annually from the San Antonio the white flag. The men Instantly

} district down the Amazon to the Unit- SALE ATTENTION LADIES grasped each other's hands and de-
Personal Service Time I
Anywhere Any 1sit1
ed States a total distance of about clared themselves' friends, though the 3,1

and When Heeded.The i 7000 miles. It Is estimated that the One grist mill with 30-inch rocks, The first twenty-five ladies to arrive winner was awarded what he first !

I new line will cost about 6000000. Native one Ingleberg rice machine. Xo 3; line at the Weihe auction sale each contended for. im

Question of Embalming and Fun. labor will be employed shafts and pulleys for both mill and and every evening will receive hand- Those who witnessed the encounter I ; e.4"e :

eral Directing is a Delicate One Another Important Line machine; one pulley 13x36: ; one 16-h some prizes. declare that there was more honor and

less regret in the result than there
engine. Everything In good run-
Various American contracting con- p.
Would not it be Best for You to En- ning condition. Price, $%50. Locatedat would have been If one. or both, had
cerns are figuring on the constructionof
been killed! In a pistol duel.
trust this Question to Those who Appreciate another South American road, Daisy. For any other particularswrite IN TOWN
to \, S. Priest at Daisy Fla.
which Is to outlet.
serve as an by way
It's Delicacy, and Whose Know- of Chill for the rubber, cocoa, coffee, A SURPRISE PARTYA f.r? .

edge& is of the Highest Standard cinchona bark etc. grown in the interior FORCED TO STARVE
of Bolivia. The road will be pleasant surprise party may be

TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE about 300 miles long, and will run B F. Leek of Concord. Ky. says: given to your stomach and liver by

PROMPT ATTENTION from Arica the most northerly part of For' 20 years I suffered agonies witha i p.t. f aid 449 CHOCOLATE i taking a medicine which will relieve LEASED FOB TEN YEARS

Chili, to LaPaz, on the south end of sore on my upper lip, so painful at their pain and discomfort viz: Dr.

Lake Tltlcaca. the highest! sheet of \\E.\5! King's New Life Pills. They are a Best Year.Hound Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date
Diy Phone Ho. 10. Night 94 and 167 times that I could not eat. After vainly SID AT THEIR ffiVN STORES I ,
water in the world. It being at an altitude most wonderful remedy, affording sure
trying everything else I cured It
AND \MUD FAMED.T.W.TROXLER. Clean and Well Furnished Rooms andPlenty to Eat
ft.-lIet and cure for headache dizzi-
of 12.000 feet above the level of
SMITH &: ROBERTS Ocala, Fla. with Bucklen's Arnica Salve" It's
the sea. I I no!>s and constipation. 25 cents at
great for burns, cuts and wounds. At

Mr. Moore, who will personally superintend the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Only I __ j I the Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore V. J. SHIPMAN PROPRIETOR.
I the building of the Ecuador %5 cents.
road has completed his arrangementsand I WHAT TAMPA HAS DONE IN 1905
Come in and see our goods. If it Is 1 I
.y will sail for his destination in a
I FRUITS, CANDIES AND NUTS in our line and you don't see it, ask
Gained 10,000 in population.Made .
few days. He will be accompanied by I
some American assistants. for it. We have many goods not yet 220; .000.000 cigars.
I For choice, fresh fruits of all kinds I unpacked. Ocala Music! Company.See Built 1000 new buildings.Paid BARGAIN TIME

THE ORIGINAL !candies, nuts, cigars tobacco, etc., call I the federal government $%.368- .

on John Tubel in the :Montezuma, my stock of cut glass before 31299 In revenues.
Foley & Co.. Chicago originated
f block. I you buy elsewhere. A. E. Burnett. Held the biggest fair ever held In
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Florida :AT:

remedy and on account of the great
Begun j00,009:; worth of brick street
W i401t. I merit and popularity of Foley's Honey

and Tar. many Imitations are offeredfor p-t\ing- The. Ocala Steam LaundrySEE
Begun $100,000 worth of additional
the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey -
and Tar. and refuse any substitute -

offered as no other prepartlon will Arc You Going To Remodel? < .,., 20 Begun feet deepening harbor channel to OUR RED LIST
give the same satisfaction. It is mildly -

laxative. It contains no opiatesand If so, you will do it with the indention of improving upon present Bought. securing the Tampa a magnificent Bay Hotel park property and-

Is safest for children and delicate
from $10 to $50. Over conditions.Our assuring continuance of the hotel.
persons. Sold by the Postoffice Drug-
400 different records In stock to select store. part is to interest you in ocr ability Expanded in all lines of material

from. A.agent E. Burnett for Ocala., the Jeweler exclusive I I f'' to improve and perfect your sanitary equip pro'sperity Established! hundreds of new industries FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLESWestern

and business concerns. Beef Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef Mutton Ar:
Her in duties
f We do be* one load \'orlt-the" best- gains custom were

C. I.. NELSON, and use the famous ..Stafcte-d* Ware 103.435.70; her internal revenue gains. mour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork Sausage, Cab
Washington January 3.-The mur- every If1.3fl.50: ; her postoffice gains, J15-

CARPENTER AND BUILDER der of Governor Goebel of KentuckyIs I I i piece of which is guaranteed: by the manufacturers -. 3O.I. Surely Tampa is swelling with bage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets, Sweet

to be avenged by the sending of an- - ; to be strictly .rt quality. Let's increased |'ro perity.-Tampa Tribune. Potatoes, Irish Potatoes Spanish Onions.
Store and Office Fixtures a other man. convicted of being Impli-
talk it over. \Vc have samples in our show I "
cated in the murder to the penitentiary PLEASANT AND MOST EFFECTIVE W. P. EDWARDS
Specialty. ..
for a term of life Imprisonment.The ; .; room.

Jobbing Promptly Attendedto man who goes up for taking T. J Chambers, Ed. Vindicator, Phone. 108 City r MarketFjorlda

part in the celebrated tragedy is Liberty Texas., writes Dec 25 i 190%:

James Howard convicted of the R. E. YONGE &' CO. "With pleasure' and unsolicited by

Furniture Repaired and Ren- charge at three different trials. The I )ou, I bear testimony! to the curative

case was finally appealed to the supreme power of Ballard's Horehound Syrup.I i i
-" East Coast
_of ovated. court of the United States and I have used it in my family and can Railway

that court yesterday sustained the action cheerfully affirm It Is the most effective -
Drop me a postal card wheneveryou
of the lower courts, forcing How and best remedy for coughs

want any work In my line. ard! to pay the penalty as his pardonby WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF and colds I'have ever used. Sold by local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept 1, 1995. i

C. I* NELSON. the governor of Kentucky would i all druggists.

not be countenanced were that official I SOUTH.BOUND-READ BOWI. a04TR-OOURi-U-AS HP.C .
desirous of granting clemency. A well Informed New York man
who'.has been an owner and driver of No.e9 io. STATIONS Na Tal14e.f0

A LIQUID COLD CURE automobiles for ten years, is quotedin Dan 1". 91 pally Dally

the Herald as expressing the opinion 00 PI| 9 40 aLw, .. ....lack.nnvnie_ A 10$ 010 j
For coughs and colds no remedy Is that Americans are more reliableand 5 01 i>. 5 48 a<- --.So. lacll; oa11U1--- L S $1 0 47 !.
< IS |,' 19 us al- _6L AUgu8U_ 150 1 40
equal to Kennedy's Laxative Honeyand trustworthy as chauffeurs than 6 i3 p' 11 3: a)- _--B-&Inp 4 K 49I
Tar-the liquid cold cure. It is k Jap-a-Lac foreigners. He says that the great T IQp'llMni'' &.. _......Last P&1&Ui.-- 4 04 639
0TA5P'12 pLr! __1'aiatka.._ 4 le a 99 "We
different from all others-better, because A'C majority of the fatal accidents of the n p II 2' a Lv ._.._.PaJ&1k& I00 Seal CII

It expels all cold from the sym- "Wears Like Iron." past few years have been due to the to 2 par! .._.._145 Xec.-- L !1o M
tem by acting as a cathartic on the "- carelessness, recklessness or inefficiency C 3 10.1] a LT .a..a Mateo A $4 p8101 ti:

bowels. Gives strength to weak lungs '.: Natural Jap-3-laC is! the best of Imported chauffeurs. Americans .." "Vao B 91 p pm.1124'> >p p LV- __.._JRnel1a NeJga__-__ L- 544 351p p 15 S IO$ M

and affords Immediate relief in croup varnish for he says, are less liable to become p'12 6. _-I 1I_'.._ Ml p 55 eog
0- 0.le 129 __ormoacl__ P
coughs colds, whooping cough etc. i. excited and "rattled1 at critical moments 0. asp II 197 Bayt"na SMpHO 417 i
I Children love it. Sold by the AntiMonopoly Hardwood) Floors! Men who have been accustomed I : 1 it : ===Putt Orange_ : p 4 M ..
and lie 51 9 :n..1 315 p Ar _._....aces 6myma..........,... 3 50 p 4 I$ SOC
to handling driving horses
Drugstore. either .ld or new. It dries IIJII.f: Ar _Iwke((rice_ L i tb p I Ii:
r says make the best drivers of auto- -:: .65 _.... _OI"ar.C'JClI7_ 12 55 p 1 Hr
f with a beautiful luster and mobiles. + 1033.1 4 00 pi!- _-jOraii* City laDdloB- 1351 p f e5
ONLY HALF ?: n. pLv ----X smrr.- 3 $0 p 4 a
: i Oak Sal 1Hp 559 I
Kansas Journal states that retains its fi
the price you would have to pay else- City brilliancy through Another Good Man Gone WrongHe 10 t. "iAr .--. ..T1tu.y1Ue... 1 II a DD {
some time the farmers of Kansas
where for harness not a whit better is ago f wear and tear right down to neglected to take Foley's Kid- g 9 W '.jar = xr 10 W e. 1$40'
complained about the heavy advanceIn ? 10 M Lr ff.rIP' r,1 $e$
wkat you pay' here. What's the use of the price of lumber in the past few the wood. Besides Natural. ney Cure at the first signs of Kidney 10 : 'Lv _Tit r '- Tilt 500 c t
doubling cost when you get no ad- trouble hoping It would wear away i 11 :: 13 54 319
years. Now the lumber trust comesback IiocklM- 1355 3 14a ..
11 22 .
vantage. Don't take our word for It- with some figures to show thatit Jap-a-LaC comes in twelve col and he was soon a victim of Bright's 11531 r.. 11S 144V .
nee harness anywhere you like, disease. There is danger In delay but 1205 _M.bes__ 11 a 154
doesn't take as many bushels of ors. It i? a stain and varnish 1251 -f.rIP'" _tbe.ea4lt__ lI e4 a 12 0iIC
and Cure Is taken at
get make if Kidney t
ours up your corn or wheat,, which the farmer pro- 1151 : : : Lee5 : 1.11.1,15.
mind without prejudice. combined once the symptoms will disappear the 1 as _Pert Pterea. 1.f. 1t qr
and rejuvenates
duces, to buy lumber as it did before e 14. TibOW Ma,11N,
kidneys are strengthened and you are .- 54-- e 155G 1 H
S. A. STAND LEY CO. lumber advanced in price. The figuresare i 233.
about the home.i .. $ 22 ad ll $ ....
-Vou Can Do the Work Your ,." everything soon sound and well. A. B. Bass of ass. -- l
given below: J 'u' M Smart _.._ 911 s 11 04J 0
In 1896. U% bushels of wheat would Morgantown Ind, had to get up ten 10'I It _RObe Sound_ see I M
A Full Stock of All Kinds ofJapaLao or twelve times In the night and had "' s :aT. If __weM Jopiter_ 13/9M 11 ;
buy 1000 feet of lumber.In N 4(41 "II P _woes Pai1a JI.eeo-L 15 4$4J ;
1896. 80 bushels of corn would a severe backache and pains in the 4.21 l4'- bnys km 131 2$ 1
and was cured by Foley's KId- 4421 $3 t __MrarBOKH9TKAD __ 110 $N
buy 1000 feet of lumber.In .Jw IT a JO 21 -.J'orC LadeedaM412 9 U
of would ney Cure. Sold by the PoetofflceDrugstore. s 4" 1830 Dada_._ 414 0 a ....
V 1900. 80 bushels corn ..
; iu Tfuir -
buy 1000 feet of lumber.In 424.1105pIIalleda r
1900 36 1-3 bushels of wheat ,a .3S a 11 11 P U _.lam! to $ is t 30

would buy 1000 feet of lumber.In For Sale in Ocala byHARDWAftE Even If the northwest! passage!
Amundsen recently sailed D.I! EXTKIUIOir' y
which Capt.
1905.. 35 7-8 bushels of wheat
free from Ice at all 8... Sea.
would buy 1000 feet of lumber.In through were

1905 75% bushels of corn would MARION COMPANY available times It at would any not commercially There is no lOa S OQ,) _1 U ft.I .x1..4..!....A __ a 1 m M

K MATTRESSWILL buy 1000 feet of lumber.Of .
I considerable depth of water In It for
course the value of wheat and 171e.
SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MACDUFF miles. Capt. Amundsen made 3oc.1: ...n I many !I. 1 A
depends the but lumber BKA9TCH
corn upon crop Asa. ,.... I C5.2sAT1'OBi na
LUMP D.tly
NOT soundings and found an average depth DaJ'7
I goes steadily up both on accountof Only Oaiy tea. lI
'of nine feet stx Inches for leagues. __-
WILL NOT PACKManufactured wood becoming scarcer and the His little vessel stuck In the mud several -100- -p-;;;- 1 m a <' a Lv -J.ri. -Ar .. 11-e.1 ----c::::

: from pure white cotton price being fixed arbitrarily by the THE ,08p 1011 $15p1 R r! a AIJ/ 1119'1'; L. 111 1137 1 "
tilt. thoroughly clean and free trusts. The figures given above prove W AHA INN times. |. iota* $40P1 *. & .. _.-Pabk 1wa a.. .-. 515.11115.1 4 to sto s---
143p1105$1 $41 15a ..a1Mntb ysek_ 190 II k 66a
nothing. They will not convince a $3)aayyar$ 1 Y UIO ''' _
from all dangerous germs. CURED HIS MOTHEROF loop 11 M T 011"1 .11\-\
man of their justness who wishes to ,
Trial Pleasant Homelike House
Sixty Days' .. ; RHEUMATISM"My
If. after sixty days' trial, this mattress put up a building.Rev. R a : r.r.. -: mother has been a sufferer for PDOXSCLAB AKD!i]) OCODEXTAl STHMSmP! CflftECnOSS AT BAIL .

la not satisfactory return to Elegant Airy Rooms and the _
Carlisle P. B. Martin, LL. D. Y many years from rheumatism says --

dealer (If tick t* clean) and have your Of VTaverly.. Texas, writes: -Of a t C W. H. Howard of Husband. Pa. "At OMC ...ectI.. Mad* at Kltml' cull Slet..klp. .* tie P. & 0.S.S. CvoyMr JIw
Choicest Table Board.
money refunded. morning, when first arising. I often very times she was unable to move at all,
MclVER & MacKAY. Aganta. find a troublesome collection of while at all times walking was painful HAVANA
Special Summ to
,, t her with bottle ofChamberlain.s
phlegm which produces a cough and 41.,501w = I presented a

is very hard to dislodge; but a small J'ain Balm and aftera Th_Time Tables epos the t1mM at shies train may taespacted tam*.M aid 4 pw9
L.AI.EXANDEK Weekly Boarders. few applications she decided it was from Ute errral .ta tm a.par their arrtval or...r ar.a* tae umt M.M t !.mot.__.., -
quantity of Ballard's Horehound Sy- -.or Is Okii Comicjto Da bold..reipoeatM tar_r*olay.or aay-. _mrtelmg.*....M. ;
rup will at once dislodge It.. and the the most wonderful pain reliever she

Practical trouble Is over. I know of no medicine frr.,,.'. had ever tried In fact she Is never -F .4

CARPENTER AND BUiLDERCareful that Is equal to It, and It is so "s MRS. HATCHELL, without now, and at all times Is ableto For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Icfarmatioa: '
walk. An occasional application of
pleasant to take. I can most cordiallyrecommend "
stlmatea made on all contract It to all persons needinga : :. Proprietress. Pain Balm keeps away the pain that "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
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and better work medicine for throat or lung trouble she was formerly troubled with. Sold
work. Gives more
J. D. RAHNER. AssU Oea'l Pu.. Act., ST. AUQUST1NG., FLA.
Cor the money tan any other In town: .I ." Sold by all druggists. OCALA FLORIDA by the PoBtoffice Drugstore. ;

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"Til 'clare. dem niggers makes me! ,z. n>. t

t C. U BITTINGER A. CO. mad!" was the overheard expression of ; i .!:'

f an old, respectable-looking darkey at President, T. MUXROE.. ;>:=-"; _
the carnival
grounds Saturday night. .'
C I.. Bitting1 and R. R. Carroll Vice President Z. C. CHA1IBIJSS. -
I The-writer engaged the old uncle In

I 3 Proprietor and Publisher. conversation! as to the cause of his Cashier GEO. H. FORD.

b I disgusted! exclamation. Nodding his
C. .L. BITTINGER, Assistant Cashier, J. B. BttOOKS-
head in the direction of one of the
Editor and General Manager OCALA FLA.
booths, around which a bunch of negroes -
were gathered. be said:

R. R. CARROLL, "To see dem fool niggers yonder'?

k City Editor and Business Manager Well dey Is jes givin dat man all de

The Little Bank With a Big Business. money dey's got and ain't gittln' BANK

Benjamin C. Ha.gga.rt the young nothln worth bavin In return. NOW, CENTRALOF

man from Granville, N. Y. who cometo If dey take dat money' an" 'vest it In

Ocala three months Ago to spend groceries an' meat an' clothes, it

the winter and get relief from lung would aho do 'em some good but a fools OCALA.

troubles, succumbed this morning to I I a fool an' 'specially when he's a

the Inevitable and passed over the nigger; jes look now how dey's er

.. rIver at 9t9. Hla father A. J. Hag-J, crowdin' up dere a' t4ayin' dat fortune -

1 ;:; gart. who was sent for, arrived this F. & A. M. j r BLACKBURN WAS BEATENThe game, thlnJdn'de). gain ter[ J. K. CnBISTLLGEORGE MA CKAT;,

to alive. spen' ten cents an v>\n a gun or a s T. T MU cROE R U
morning In time see nson A regular communication \ \\lR) 'r\R(\ AKDHRSOH.

The remains were taken charge of by of Marion- Veteran Will No Longer Represent I watch or some uv dem $5 bins; an' S R. s. HALI... Z. C. CUAMBUSQ,

Mr. D. E. Mclrer. and prepared for I I.f Dunn Lodge, No. 19, entueky in the United States dey calls It luck. Humph! I 'spec'deyll

shipment home. In the affliction that F.,& A. M. will beheld Senate think somebody done changed HERBERT A. FORD.

i has
the Star extenda condolence. Thursday evening January 4. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 3. The admin- '\, Jes! right for Vrn by de time

istration and Paynter forces have wona dat man lets 'em go Dey 'st'TVes ter .
'. Visiting brothers cordially invited.J. OCALA HOUSE. FLA.
Dally Reporter of Orlando has victory in the legislative caucuses git bit bad. Yo krw>w. I 'elded dis luck OCALA '
The E. Chace, W. M.
the Orlando Dally Evening and Senator Blackburn is beaten. business an' all like dat am contraryto .
Jake Brown. Secretary. Write for Booklet.
L Star, and hereafter there will only be This evening Judge Thomas H. Payn- de scriptur, anyway. Yes. sir! It's

one dally paper In that beautiful city, ter was nominated to succeed him as a sort of idol-worshippin': doin's. 'cord- r3ix

: should We LOCAL LEGISLATION United States Senator.CHAMBERLAIN'S In' to my summin' up. Dem niggersll
quite a suffclency. we say.
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congratulate Messrs. Hudson and find uu a rabbit__ foot_ or some,n ol" ring. or.

r. Howard on this consolidation and are The city council held Its regular bimonthly COUGH rock or somethin curious, an' tote it tzrt.z:2

k meeting last night. Aldermen 'round an' look for fum it w
protection :
frank In saying that the Reporter, REMEDY THE BEST MADE
the field, present were Gates, Ford Weathers an' den when dey loses deyll fling de ;:::.-. -
since it entered Journalistic
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Carmichael and Robertson.A
: has published one of the best local "In my opinion Chamberlain'sCough hoodoo away an' go an' hunt another
request from the Star and Bannerto c::::
Now dem sho makes
niggers me
dailies that ever asked for Florida Remedy is the best made for
; secure day electric service from the "
patronage. May their success con- colds" says Mrs. Cora Walker of Por- mad! =:0c
Smith and Spencer plant until tbedty's -r
As we strolled it occurred to
Unue. tervllle California. There is no doubt away = :
plant supply the same was >
can about it being the best. No other will us that there was considerable pith in f

Never so many pretty rings chains, referred to the Judiciary committee. cure a cold so quickly. No other is the old darkey's reasoning. And we
Messrs. Wartmann and Lytle made wondered what he would have said
In Ocala will of pneumonia.No .
pins, buttons, etc. as we bo sure a preventive
display at our store in a few days. request for a street electric light in I other Is so pleasant and safe to had we assured him that there is a >
the second ward which was referredto
whole lot of white people-some -
Ocala Music Company. Jewelers. take. These are good reasons why it supposed
the light committee. <
should be preferred to any other. Tie to be of intelligence-that be
Mrs. Fannie R. Gary Mrs. A. E. Wa-
The editor acknowledges receipt of fact is that few people are satisfied lieve..Irtually.. as implicitly in such

a copy of the new 1906 Kodol almanac terman and Mrs. Haisley appeared be- with, any other after having once used' folderol. and will as eagerly embrace :z;
fore the council and requested that
and 200-year calendar. Its most im this remedy. For sale by the Postof- such opportunities to test the invinci

the Old Cemetery Association be per- bility or supremacy of their especial .
portant feature is without doubt the fice Drugstore.TO ,
mitted to take charge of and care for .
hoodo such "flim-flams"
on even as
200 calendar 5
very simply constructed year >
the cemetery. The object of this association -
that which this old
engendered un
whereby with absolute accuracy ABOLISH REBATESON
is to get permission to take .
you can tell the day of the week on INSURANCENew
care of these grounds as they shouldbe.

ti. which any event occurred during one The cemetery committee will investigate HER DOUBLE: Dining Room Opened for the Season Dec. 23. Rooms 75c. to $J.50 per Day.'

hundred years of the past, or on which the status of the cemetery, York. Jan. 3.-An agreementto .

any date will occur during the next abolish rebating on premiums has D. C. EDWARDS Owner. C. M. WfflTESIDE
will with
to and if possible so co-operate "I knew no one for four weeks whenI ManagerLIGTOR
hundred years, thus giving the day of been entered Into by the New York
these ladies to meet their .
as request.A
sick with typhoid and kidney
week which birth, death,
the on any Life Insurance Company, the Equitable -
communication from Collector W. "
trouble, writes Mrs. Annie Hunter of
!: marriage or any Important event may Life Assurance Society and the
W. Clyatt in regard to discrepancy in Pitt!'burg. Pa_ "and when I got better,
have happened. Messrs. E. C. DeWitt
; Mutual Life Insurance Company.
the tax books! was read for informa- although I had one of the best doctorsI
&: Co. of Chicago Ill. are sole owners Grover Cleveland has been appointed
could get, I was bent double, and -
of the Kodol almanac tion.The
and publishers I
referee to decide all questions in dispute -
building permit of Thomas had to rest my hands on my knees :
and 200-year calendar. and will be that may arise in such matters.
Needham was referred to the proper when I walked. From this terrible affliction -
pleased to mail a copy of this book- His salary as referee will be $12,000
committee, as was the request fromD.
was rescued by Electric Bitters -
let to anyone enclosing a two-cent W. Davis for reduction in electric a year, to be paid Jointly by the three Would like to have seat at'the in home
stamp with a request for same pro- a companies. which restored my health and yon a opera your own ? How would you like

vided this paper Is mentioned.The light The bill.police were requested to kill all Any agent who gives rebates will be straight strength. as and e\ They I can are walk simply as to hear your favorite voice in song: or recitation in the quiet of yOur own parlor? This and

dismissed from the service' and will
dogs bitten by canines having the rab- wonderful." Guaranteed to cure more is yours if you have a
most beautiful writing desks not be employed by any company.It .

ever shown in Florida for the ladiesIn bles.An Is said that, if rebating Is entirely stomach liver and kidney disorders.At .
ordinance regulating barroomswas the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Price .
r i oak and mahogany finishes. Mei abolished, the first year's premiums .
read for the first time. 50c. '
Iver & MacKay. be reduced all
can on policies.
Bills for December were audited. -

r Bell telephone ordinance. paving of; DETRIMENTAL FEATURESA Victor ,
Our esteemed morning contemporary -
South Fourth and South Seventh CURED LUMBAGOA.
erred: this morning in saying the stroll around through certain sections .
streets and placing electric light on .
[ board et county commissioners! would of Ocala where the streets and
corner jof South Seventh and Sanchez B. Canman. Chicago, writes,
% hold next Monday majority of the residences testify the
a special meeting
J March f been troubled
i streets were laid over. : "Having -
to meet the citizens of the county tot respectable standard brings one to
Clerk Graham called attention to with Lumbago at different times, and Talking
t discuss the question of a new court face with the fact that there is a certain -
the city ledger and asked to have the tried one physician after another, then i 9
house. The board will meet next Monday spirit of negligence in regard to
morning to meet the special com general appearances that is indeed de-
s up and secure new ledger for 1906, gave it up altogether. So I tried once
mlttee appointed by the clti2ena plorable. Dilapidated outhouses,
I which was complied with. more, and got a bottle of Ballard's Machine
meeting last Saturlay. The citizens' wrecked: fences, weedy yards and
At the next meeting the new mayor Snow Liniment, which gave me almost
meeting will take place the first Mon- weather-beaten houses Interspersing
and aldermen will be sworn In and the Instant relief. I can cheerfully recom-
day in February. well-kept, tidy homes can but detract
new administration begin.H. mend it, and will add my name to your
from the appearance of the neighborhood -
A. Ford councilman at large and list of sufferers." Sold by all drug-
Andirons In iron or brass, neat and and do. it, as well as the cits,
chairman of the finance committee, gists.
artistic from $1.25 to $7 per pair, at more hurt than anything else. Manyof
submitted his final report for the year,
the Marlon Hardware Company. the faults are c/ the nature that
which was ordered published in the McCALL ANTES UP WE HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES
but a trivial expenditure or a small
Star. The showing is a good one. The
O. L. Williams, one of the Industrious amount of labor would be required to
city is on a cash basis and it is proposed -, New York, Jan. 3. John A. McCall. 'HIS MASTER'S VOICE"
and successful farmers of the
to keep it there. president of the New York Life'Insurance -

Lynne section, came in yesterday' and Company, paid 235,000 to his I II

is_ serving a_* a_ .__.n. _Mr_,_ W.n _la_ a_ _fast___ IMPERFECT DIGESTION
friend of the Star, and a subscriberwho NEW SCIENTIFIC PROCESSA company had advanced Tuesday to, the Andrew amount Hamilton whichhe I Means less nutrition and in conse- RECORDS? YES.

falls to delight the heartof !
and which has so far not been accounted quence less vitality. When the liver
Preparation Discovered That Will

the editor. Destroy the Dandruff Germ. I for by the latter. falls to secrete bile, the blood becomes We have all you could want to select: from, and we would like to have you come in
McCall sent a check to the trusteesfor << loaded with bilious properties,
We can suit you in either box or For some time it has been known $85,000, and a note for $150,000. the digestion becomes Impaired and and ask us. to play them to you. Our stock of records is the most complete in Central
that dandruff is caused by a that
tablet paper both as to quality anprice. < lcCall, some time since, promisedto the bowels constipated. Herbine will Florida.
digs up the scalp into little white
The Poetoffice
Drugstore. pay this money himself, unless rectify this. It gives tone to the stom-
flakes, and by sapping the vitality of .
Hamilton '\1I"ho1I'as, formerly "legisla ach, liver and kidneys, strengthensthe
Professor Green, in charge of the the hair at the root causes falling tive agent" for the big made appetite clears and improves the
Belleview school was in town Mon- hair and of course, finally baldness.For gooL complexion, irfuses new life and vigorto THE OCALA FURNITURE& CO
years there have been all kindsof
day on business. He is deeply Inter- the whole system. 50 cents a bot-
ested In raising good stock and said hair stimulants and scalp tonics on.
tle. Sold by all druggists.
his only trouble was with the ticks on the market, but there has been no

his cattle, which he is trying to destroy permanent cure for dandruff until the FOR PARDON OF PATRICKA .

by following the directions of the discovery of a preparation called New- Best Line to FOR! SALE

bulletin from the Tennessee experi- bro's Herpicide. which destroys the BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE MEM- petition asking the governor of

mental station but it will take him a dandruff germ. Destroy the cause, PHIS, KNOXVILLE LOUISVILLE, Be"your own New York to pardon Albert T. aPt-
....X3 X....
whole year to drive them off and kill the effect will cease to exist. Kill the CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS CHICAGO rick the famous lawyer, now under
them. dandruff germ and you'l have no dan- Doctor sentence of death for the murder of

druff, no itching scalp, no falling hair. and all Points NORTH and Beauty Millionaire Rice several years ago, is Ditto and
WEST, in Through Can.ONLY Maloney
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10
A beautiful line of fine china in the being circulated. The name of ex- ,

most exquisite patterns at A. E. Bur cents in stamps for sample to the Her- Line operating through sleepers THERE is but one method of President Cleveland heads the list.

nett's. picide Co. Detroit Mich. Tydings & from FLORIDA to CHICAGO. acquiring and retaining; a HOMES FARMS AND LOTS.

1. Co. Special Agents, Ocala Fla. ONLY line operating through sleepera beautiful clear delicately tinted FOUR HUNDRED BABIESSt. .

Messrs. W. H. and H. I* Brooks, from FLORIDA to ST. LOUIS complexion. The pores of the No. 1. Good 2 story, 8 room house. Splendid porches yard 1-4
formerly citizens of Citrus county, and R. D. FULLER ... F. BLALOCK with DINING CAR SERVICE. Vincent's Infant Asylum Chi-
skin must first be rid of all impurities acre. Near High school. A big bargain...... . $13OQ
well sole shelters homeless waifs awaiting
known in Ocala, are now FINEST Dining Car Service in the cago,

proprietors of the Havana Cloro Cigar FULLER & BLALOCK South. and the circulation adoption and there are nearly 400 ba- No. 2. Six room cottage and 20 acres of good land with some fine

Company of Tampa, and are making THROUGH Tourist Sleepers to Cal- gently stimulated to carry nutrition bies there. Sister Julia writes: "I can peach trees. Only a mile and a half from town. Prkc. .$500No.

an exceedingly fine line of cigars. They DENTAL SURGEONS ifornia. to all the tiny cells and not say too much In praise of Foley's 3. Splendid 8 room house new roof, newly painted, etc Large

have Mr. Walter Toland on the roadI For information as to rates to all tissues. Honey and Tar for coughs. colds, yard running through entire block. South Third street 2nd

I for them, selling their cigars, and is Offlr Our Innroe & Cbambliss' Bank points NORTH and WEST schedulesand Pompeian Massage Cream croup and whooping cough. Contains ward. See this. Price---------------------------.$1800

meeting with splendid success. The full information call on or write builds and founds out the no opiates and is safe and sure.

Ocala News Company has just put In OCALA, FLA. Geo. E. Herring Fla. Pass. Agt, L. & contour up of the face and form by Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar and No. 4. Nicest small house in city. Known as Colby house in 1st

a very handsome case of these cigars. N. R. R, 206 West Bay SU Jackson- cleansing, exercising, and feeding insist upon having it, as it is a safe ward, near in This house is a beauty and will sell quick at

ville, Fla. remedy and certain In results. Re- the low price of------------------------------ $1800
Terms Cash. the skin through and tLrough-
See our fine line of dolls and toys. fuse substitutes. Sold by the Post- No. 5. farm best land. Some
by strengthening the muscles.It Splendid containing 120 acres good

Ocala News Company. ALL SERVICE RESUMEDThe removes all wrinkles, black- office Drugstore. hard wood, some good fruit, :tc. Some newly fenced. 3 1-%

THEWHITE Southern Pacific and Union Pa- beads and irritation. miles south of town. Price.. - ..__ _.______ _______.$1200
J. B. Devane. a young merchant oReddick. roughness, FIRE IN LAKELAND
was drawn and accepted on cific lines reach nearly every state in without promoting the growth of No. 6. Nice 8 room house, large yard. Some fine shrubbery and

the Shaw Thompson Jury. Attorney STAR the West, with steamship lines to China hair or causing: the skin to shine Fire in Lakeland Tuesday destroyedthe near \V.v, Clyatt's home in first ward. House in good
Japan Hawaiian Island Australiaand
r R. I* Anderson elicited the fact from India. imparting a glow of health and building of L W. Cowdrey, containing -; condition. Cheap at-----------------------___ .$1300

this Juryman that he Is a member of STEAM LAUNDRY his furniture store, the grocery -
beauty that only nature at
Round trip homeseekers' rates to No. 7. Two good building' lots only four blocks from square near
the Presbyterian church which suited store of T. J. McKnight and :he
Louisiana Texas. Oklahoma and Old best can give. Ocklawaha avenue. Must go at once at, each, .. $25O
Guarantees ----
the handsome and brilliant Ocala bar- Satisfaction.Our butcher shop of L L. Johns. A tannery -
Mexico, each first and third 'Tues pi" ,. 60. cad .1J 00,.,./.,
For investment One and
rlster. and small cottage were also, No. 8. : new 5 room cottage 2 new 3 room

rates are as reasonable day.Through burned. cottages. Near in. Pay in rents {17 per month, or 20 percent

FOR SALE-Three good farm as honest work can Pullman tourist cars three For sale in Ocala net on investment at the price of. ...-.........$85O
days each week from Washington D.

:. .--- mules.proprietor Apply Hiawatha to H. H.Lake WhItworth Stock, make them. :: :: :: C.. to San Francisco via Atlanta -By theAnti.Monopoly Drugstore- HOW TO AVOID PNEUMONIAWe No. 9. Good 5 room house and 28 good lots one mile west of town.

Montgomery Mobile and New Orleans Must be sold at once.... -.__ __.. _.____.______..,$4OO
Farm. have, never heard of a single Instance -
Phone J35 and Southern Pacific "Sunset Route.
Cheap one-way colonist rates from of a Messrs. A. L. Mills and Charles Pil FLA. or other lung trouble when Foley's
OCALA all points to California and Northwestfrom
tans of Electra brought in their sons, Honey and Tar has been taken. It DITTO & MALONEY
February 15 to April 7. 1906.
L. P. Mills and Lewis Pillans. who left not only stops the cough, but heals! ,

this afternoon for the Georgia and Alabama Requests for information cheerfully MONTHSGUARANTEE and strengthens tbe lungs. Ask for Main Street Ocala. Fla.
answered. J. F. Van Rensselaer. Gen-
Business College at Macon Ga. MoIvER & MaoKAY Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse any ,
eral Agent 14:! Peachtree St. Atlanta, ---
substitutes offered. Dr. J. C. Bishop -

If you are going to put down mat. Ga. Against hol_ No' mar of Agnew, Mich, writes: "I have used
FUNERAL DIRECTORS darning If you bur
tmg, w. would iik. to show you whatw. Foley' lIoney and Tar In three very

have In that line. Ocala Furniture UNDERTAKERSand The Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars on \oleprooPttnsiar ,severe cases ot pneumonia with good

Company.Mr.:; the day trains and Pullman Sleeping y# I results In every case." Sold by the LUMBeRROUGH

Cars on the night trains of the Atlan- PoEtofHce Drugstore.

and Mrs. Handelsman left this tic Coast Line are examples of excel- AH For the: Men popular; Rorsred.I colors. ,

morning for New York, where the EMBALMERSFine lence and comfort. sold only in lots of DEED OF A MADMANAt OR DRESSED
6 pun(K$.so;cottoo. I
change of climate Is hoped will do i ,6 pairs for J 1.50. '

Mr. H. good as he has been on the Caskets: STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING For Ladies; Egyptian Cotton six pain Caledonia, Minn. Tuesday Matthew See Phone
for $ -. jt fnmtt* dd.t or
sick list for' some time. The annual meeting of the stock- eh/av- Styer, 23 years old, killed three

and Burial Robes holders of the Marion Hardware tog sail n women and himself. One of his victims

W. are nuw displaying our holiday Company will be held on 'Tuesday,I was Pearl Wheaton, a girl who B. H. SEYT OUR

line of cat fflaa and ane eatna. AU Work Done by Licensed EC January 9. at the Central National had refused to marry him; the other

Dent fail to see It. Oeal ifuste C*. balmers and Fully Guaranteed Bank of Ocala at 9 a. m. M. FISH EL. Ocala Fla. were her mother and sister. PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla.d .

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Flourishing Condition of Tulula! LodgeNo. Yesterday noon Judge Bell was called S. H. BUTCH Manager. J. C. BOOZER. A..lst..t Ma.. .

Kuooa meet tomorrow night. 22. I. O. O. F. on for a marriage license and a request -
to call at Mrs. Bostick's millinery -

Beavers meet Friday evening. At a regular meeting of Tulula lodge parlors In the Ocala House to

L O. O. F. held at their hall last night solemnize a marriage ceremony.: Therehe Liberality, Courtesy, Accuracy Stability,

Attorney Will Hocker Is sick at his he following officers were Installedfor BEGINNINGMONDAY was confronted; by Mr. David Her- Our Four Cardinal Principles.
home today. the ensuing year: rick and Miss Annie Robinson whomhe

C. Blttinger, N. G.; Ed Jeffords. joined In the holy bonds of matri

Blank book of all kind at the Oeala V. G.: D. A. Myers secretary; E. E. JAN. ist 1906And mony. Mrs. Bostick wltnessel the cer-

News Company. Cline. treasurer; P. V. Leavengood. emony.

warden; W. C. :Moore R. S. N. G.; J.
The groom is the machinist for the COMMERCIAL
the entire week. All trimmed BANK
Gillette Safety Razora sold by the. H. McKlnzey, L S. N. G.; Royal Cole lasting throughout Crystal River Lumber Company. The

p 8tomce Drugstore. R. S. V. G.; Harry Cline U S. V. G.: hats at greatly reduced prices. Che ip. medium and fair bride came all the way from War-

E. P. Pittman. conductor; J. H. Ben- renton, Ga.. to claim her husband.
FOR RENT-A six-room cottage. amin. chaplain; W. T. Cole, L G; high priced hats, below cot:; at Mrs. Herrick nee Robinson four OCALA FLORIDA. -

Apply to Dr. R. D. Fuller. Jake Brown. O. G. years ago, was a resident of Dunnel-

Among the interesting Incidents of Miss Mary Affleck's Ion and was one of the artistic assistants -

Mr., E. P. Smith and wife of Martel! he evening was the Initiation of Mr. in Mrs. Bostick's millinery SAFETY
James Thomas of Pine. who beingan DEPOSIT VAULTS I IITEEESI PAID 01 TIlE DEPOSITS
were at the Montezuma last night. IS establishment at that place, and when

expert agriculturist and equine Mrs. B. sold out and came to Ocala

Harry Walter of the AntiMonopoly -' subduer rode the I. O. O. F. goat with Miss Robinson went to Warren ton.

Drugstore has been on the sick I' a grace and skill that excited the admiratIon THE HElVENSTOr -PASTEUR COMPANY'S' STORE. Ga.. and opened millinery parlors of

list. of the lodge. her own and has prospered. During

The lodge now has 94 members in these years she met Mr. Herrick and

Mr., Troy Hall left today for Lake good standing, with prospects of an Now i ia the time to get a new hat to finish out the season the wedding tells its own story of Cupid' FREE !

City to resume bia studies In the University. Increase du-ing the year 1906. The capers and two stricken hearts.
with. the time and
Don't forget place.Miss .
trustees have J500 at interest with a After a wedding dinner at the Ocala

handsome sum In the hands of Treas- : House Mr. Herrick left for Crystal
urer E. E. Cllr.e. With all the other i
Rf\"er. where
8. S. Bryan of Mascotte came In imperative repairs were
last evening and reposed at the Mon desirable organizations In Ocala. Tu- I Gouley Sanders of Brooksvllle. A CORRECTIONA needed at the mill and his bride of a -()--

tezuma. lula lodge. No. %%, is moving along Inthe the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. few hours took the train for Warrenton. -

L good work of fraternity. B. Sanders came up this afternoon to committee of ladies from the Ga.. where she will dispose of A Piece of Glassware Worth

Elactrio house wiring. Guarant.ed visit her aunt. Mrs. Robert Blake. Edgewood Cemetery Association consisting her millinery establishment and meet

material and workmanship. The Yonge HOW'S THIS of Mrs. W P. Halsley Mrs. A. her husband In Waycross. where a lucrative -

4 Cline Co. Any lady will be proud< to possess E. Waterman and :Mrs. F. R. Gary; position awaits him. and that

We offer One Hundred Dollars reward one of our elegant dressers and dressIng were present at the meeting of the place will be their future home. The From 5c to SOc Witt

E. E. Cline of the Yonge & Cline for any case of Catarrh that tables In golden oak mahogany city council last night and Mrs.! Gary Star extends congratulations and best A .. ,

Co.. went to Clearwater last night on cannot be cured: by Hall's Catarrh blrdseye maple or white enamel Mc- I addressed the council saying that the wishes.

business. Cure. F. J Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O. Iver & MacKay.Mr. Association which the committee represented Every $ J Purchase -

We. the undersigned have known F. had been incorporated years JUST RECEIVED

FOR SALE-A fine lot of sugarcane J. Cheney for the last 15 years and beHave Butterwick the Brooksvllle cigar ago under the direction of their attorney -.

seed. Apply to Judge W. S. Bullock him perfectly honorable in all manufacturer and stenographer, I lion. John G Reardon; that they I CANNED CELERY

Administrator busIness transactions and financially came up this afternoon and will take had the fence around the cemetery :. SHREDDED CODFISH I

able to carry out any obligations made the testimony in the Shaw Thompson built, and also a line of fence to separate SHELLED ALMONDS

Governor Broward has refused to by his firm. murder case. the graves of white and colored i MONDAY JANUARY 8--
remove Sheriff R. A. Jackson of Hills- Walding. Kinnan & Marvin persons; that after this at their re-

boro'c unty. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O. Other may have furniture, but for que't. the city council put a sexton CAULIFLOWER SPINACH

H oil's Catarrh Cure Is ,taken Internally the same price our goods are better. there to take charge of the cemetery j VERMONT MAPLE SUGAR

WANTED-A colored man cook for acting directly upon the blood Ocala Furniture Company. but It was now In a neglected condi- FLORIDA SYRUP-. IN QT BOTTLESAT .

batchelors mess of 5 or C. out of town. and mucous surfaces of the system. I tinn and the ladies" had re-organized

A ply at this office. TestimonIals sent free. Price 75 cents their Association and desired to ascertain THE TEAPOT GROCERYKING'S
Hamp Chambers is back from Jas-
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. how they could co-operate SPECIAL VALUES FOR THE DAY
per ..'hE'rehe has made a bid to light :
Join .the Kodak Correspondence Take Hall's Family Pills for con- with the council in the care of the DAUGHTERSThe
that town with the Sunbeam Lighting
tchoL Bee Gerig about It. at the stipation.I cemetery The matter was referred
System. for which he Is agent.
o8tofflc ,Drugstore, !to the cemetery committee. II. A. Ford, King's Daughters will meet tomorrow -

WEATHER FORECAST i J D. Robertson and Dr. J K. Chace morning at 11 o'clock In the
Call at the greenhouse for chrysanthemums We have Just received the largest I ----..-- --- parlor of the Presbyterian church. 36 inch Lonsdale Cambric, per yard____________.___ 8c J|
assortment of blank books that
-they are now In bloom; also Washington. Jan. 3.-Showers tonight This arrangement has been made in .
have ever shown. Bought from the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT order not 36 inch Forest :Mills" 4-4 Bleaching, per yard_____.___. ftc:
to interfere
rose and carnations. colder in north and central portions with the 10 .
manufacturers and the prices are The Jury in the case of J. D. Jones o'clock service
; Thursday. fair, colder. / Ight. The Postofflce Nottingham Lace Curtains 60 in by 3 1.2 yards 98c
William Allsopp. the Welrsdale merchant Drugstore. elling intoxicants without a license Mrs. H. L. Anderson. Secretary.A per pr. -:

was In Ocala Tuesday as was FISH AND OYSTERSA Miss Edna Jeffords who spent the .brought ones runs in a a grocery verdict store of and not restaurant guilty.- Full Size Bath Towels_____________________________ 9c
h Frank Lytle of Stanton. A MEETING WORTH WHILE
holidays with her parents. Mr. and
I lot of fresh mullet the first of at Summerfield and does some
![[rs. Ed Jeffords has returned to her cotton growing and farming as a side Is now in progress at the PresbyterIan Light Colored Flannelette, Suitable for Kimonas, per
FOR KENT OR SALE-A nice ,- the season; opened.. also Crystal River
school at Astor. church. Dr. Roseborough. the
zoom house three blocks from square. oysters, at J. E. Bankiston's stalls. Issue. yard --------_____ _ ___ _______-______________ 8c
II Following are the names of the preached. is a genius. This eveningat
Appl !. Isaac Stevens. Nos. 1 and 3. Phone, 111. gentlemen
I The Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars onthe selected to serve as jurors in 7:15 is the next meeting. Mr. Gordon Smith's Monquettc Rugs, 30 x 60 inches_________ $.98

Miss Lids McDougall left today for; REDUCTION IN PRICES day trains and Pullman Sleeping the Thompson murder trial; H. W. will sing. Tell Mother Fll be

Gainesville. Ga. to resume her stud- Cars on the night trains of the Vettles. n S. Jennings W EL McGa- There.? We are having good times.Von't Ladies' Silk Embroidered 25c Black Hose____________ t2c 4-

lea at Brenau College. Graphophone records from $1 to 60c, tic Coast Lina are examples of excel. agin.. O Williams, D. P. Jones J. you come out and join us? Everybody 3

and from SOc. to 35c. each. Phono- lence and comfort.Mrs. E. Turnipseed I George Stuart. R. L. invited. No abuse. Practical Boy's Pants, Sizes 4 and 5 only, 25c? and 50c values J
I Christianity discussed In a pleasing
Clyburn Edmond Jeffords El L. Parr
Fine resIdence. close In. on Oklawa- graph records. 2Sc. each large stock
II B. Brooks I. S. Beck. Attorneys for and practical way. Those who are not per pair________ ________________ _.. JOe and J6c :;
ha for sale cheap If taken at once. more coming. Ocala Furniture Co. D. S. Woodrow and daughter
Annie Blair and Miss Juanita Ford the state are Acting District AttorneyEd Christians especially invited.
Enquire of Ditto & Maloney., i ...
$200 REWARDWill went down to Woodmar yesterday to' W DavIs R B. Bullock and Mr.
I \V, Davis Say B. Bullock and Mr. had the pleasure to 'meet this
Dixon Irvine. the promoter of good spend a few dajs.
be the for
paid by undersigned I'
Palmer of Tampa, while the attorneysfor morning Mr. B. J. Simmons one of the <
work at Oaklawn. came in yesterday Information that will lead to the arrest SALE BEGINS 9 O'CLOCK
the defense are R. L. Anderson and loneer settlers and veterans of the A. H.
afternoon on business matters. and conviction of the party or parties Eye strained. if neglected may lead Wacahoota section. Speaking of war
Colonel Lloyd of Inverness.
to total loss of eyesight. Call and
who have
been in
poisoning dogs
and of pea'ce. he said the former waster
The board ,of public Instruction of Ocala In the last few days.L. have Dr. D. M. Boney examine them.
> and all feeling had died In his
the county will hold Its regular E. Lang Ocala Fla. Office) up stairs Gary building.J. THE DIAMOND CURE
heart, and he loved the memory of
monthly meetirg Monday next. The latest news from Paris is that
Grant for hs magnanimity, as he did
E. Craig. of Easley. S. C.. arrived they have discovered diamond
Mrs. Baldwin who runs the hotel at a cure all the people of the North and didn't THE VARIETY STORENice
The hunting season Is on. You can Mclntost after a few days spent In yesterday with a view to looking for consumption. If you fear consumption know but what "Teddy** sized up all

get your guns shells legglns. etc, at Ocala. returned yesterday afternoon. the town over. He is very much or pneumonia it will however rIght as our president.The .

our store. Marion Hardware Co. accompanied by Mrs. Davis wife of pleased with our city. be best for you to take that great

I the International Harvester Companyman. remedY mentioned by W. T. :McGee miniature train is tied up by

Gus Walters. a promising young The handsomest carving sets ever of Vanleer. Tenn. "I had a cough for the Ocala Rifles. until they get $40

man of the YOM Bluff section. was In I seen in Ocala have Just been openedat fourteen jears. Nothing helped me hey have invested in It. The own

town today. as was Grant Brlgp.I I Tile finest best made and prettiest the Marion Hardware Company's i until I took Dr. King's New Discoveryfor ers promise to untie the attachment Meals

tore. The prices run from $3 to J10; Consumption Coughs and Colds! tomorrow.
patterns In carving sets, from $5 ,
Remember we carry the only complete A. E. Burn8trs.G. per set. I which gave me instant relief and cf- County Judge Bell is heating the
line of office supplies In blank ected a permanent cure." Unequalledquick case of Dr. Benton against Joe Mltch- Nice Service

boks In Ocala. Ocala News Company. FIRt SCREENS cure for throat and lung trou elI for possession of a lot In Ocala. ,
S. Scott's ocala agency Issued a .
bles. At the Anti-ilonopoly: : Drug- Major Izlar for Benton and Lu Green
WANTED-Woodsman, a good experienced 10.000 policy for Mr. Sampson to Those! long delayed wire fire screenshave store. Price SOc.. and $1; guaranteed. for Mitchell. Nice Place.
which extent he Is protected but it
turpentine man. Address or -
arrived at last. Several styles Trial bottle free.
Inquire of R. B. Clark. Rock Springs. will be far from compensating the energetic and prices. Marion Hardware Co. L. W. Cleveland of DunneUon and -AT-
I successful orange grower for W. E. Broome of St. Petersburg din-
Mr J. V George one of the best of ed at the Montezuma today. -
he loss of his elegant home.
Edison phonographs, from $10 to

|5* each with over 400 different records OYSTERS ARE IN SEASONThe the farmers west and end of enterprising the county citizens near Mor-of FOR SALE-A good much cow, half THE NEW IDEA RESTAURANTOysters

to select from. at A. E. Bur-i FOUND-A gold watch charm. with Jersey for sale cheap. Inquire of Dr.
riston was in the city today with his
nett's. monogram. Owner can have the same D. M. Smith. Merchants' block. Ocala.
by proving property and paying for Elk's Cafe, opposite the handsome boys Ralph and DeWItt. Fla. in All Styles
with whom he visited the
Star officeto
Do you t shave yourself U so, use his advertisement A. C. L passenger depot, is now see how their favorite county paperwas J. J. Williams the heavyweight .

Palmer. Shaving Cream Soap. the serving oysters in any style. The printed.Dr. merchant of Homosassa, was In town AFTER-THEATER SUPPERS A SPECIALTY

-- best you ever tried. The Postofflce Due Beasley, a colored Jehu was only a la carte house in the city. today.

Drugstore. before Justice Bullock this morningfor Mr. and Mrs. in Our Christmas Line of has Arrived in I 2 3 and
reckless Strictly first-class in all respectsG. S. H. Blitch has completed and Greggs came from Candy !
driving and was fined $25
forwarded to Commissioner McLJn at Grahamville section with their daugh '
R. TROXLER Prop.You 5 Boxes.
J. B. Peacock a prominent citizen and costs or- three months on the hard Tallahassee his report of his visit to ter. Miss Julia Banner, who'returned pound

of WIlliston. was in town today with road. the National Prison Congress. held In to her home at Bay City. HARRY STALLBERG
E. S. Ulxson of the legal still china and Proprietor.
same burg on can get fancy In It be
November at Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Burnside went down to Dun-
business. Goods that are good, at prices that
the Ocala
staple crockery at News. gives his impression of subjects discussed nellon this afternoon to wait on Mrs. Phone 223.
are right backed by a reputation that
Company. This is line !
our regular ,
for the betterment of the pris- A. B. Kibler. who is ill.
FOR SALE X few good Jersey we are proud of. Ocala Furniture and we have it all the time. i In and
oners our penitentiaries re- Mrs. Gordon and little daughterandMiss
milch cows cheap; also a number of Company. I
formatories. The first prison conference -
Carrie Shafer of Harrisburg. Va., GIBSON-JENKINS J. J. mills and W. C. Jeffords were
Bermuda onion plants. Address the Will Wallace of Savannah mho has
or congress was held in New came down this afternoon to.join Rev. excused from jury duty in tile 3. Shaw
Marion Farms. Auctioneer Kelley's voice is stilled been visiting his mother. Mrs. Nancy! Everybody who gathers around the
York In 1870. The Honorable Horatio
Gordon who is assisting ii&he Presbyterian Thompeon murder case, because the
and Weihe's sales from the block end- Wallace, left today for,1 postofflce for mall and about nine-
then of New York.
governor revival- former was a cousin of the slain
ed last night. The attendance was and from there will, go home. Mr.: tenths of the people of Ocala. do. knows man
While endured
:Mr. and Mrs. Handelsman are was the first president. It a J. M. Tlllls, who was killed November
In New York they will select the very large last night and the bidding Wallace is getting to be one of the few years, then languished and died. Wade Gibson called by many "Uncle 18. 1904. at the bead of the
spirited. yet those who bought at their big merchants In his new home. Dick" the Blitchton mall carrier and Cbesjsa-
spring stock for the Boston Store. an'dIt The congress was revived In 1883 and J J. E. CHACE bowltzka spring Cures county -and)
own price received some big bargains.One who never falls to remind people
will be the best and finest ever laidon since then has done a world of good said he had formed an opinion. aa bad -
gentleman from the county purchased FOR SA1J3-Forty-five acres of crossing the street not to block the
the counter of that popular es- to better and humanitlze the treat- Mr. Jeffords who remarked be had
tablishment.Our a solid silver set of knives for and, a mile from Montague of which I ment of all classes of prisoners. In DENTAL SURGEON same and obstruct the U. S. mall, "as at a former trial heard the evidence,
$13.; 'that he could not duplicate for ten are under a good fence with ten it Is agin the law and makes people )
his report re tells of the Bertillion Office Upstairs Commercial Back BId'gOCALA and his opinion was such that th*
twice that amount. Another gentle- bead of 'young cattle, which will come liable to "peachment" Well Wade
art department Is complete. A system of measuring criminals whichin same evidence would not change It.
magnificent stock of pictures In oi man bought an $85 watch for $19. The In In the spring; also herd of hogs; late: years" has been found so defective FLA. Gibson. In his tripe to and from

and water colors and pencil sketches auction as a whole was a success and good well of .water cistenuand a good and the finger print has been Blitchton. began to deplore his lonely Marshal Cleveland's handsome new
the of fruit Terms Cash. condition In life and so. meeting a uniform makes him credit t
Frames to match any picture. Hun- tremendous stock Mr. Weihe had variety trees. including a ;ne- substituted and is said to be almost more a. *

dreds of styles. Visit this department bought In be could not display; for yard. from which $275 was realized Infallible. The report which we had colored girl that struck his fancy be the town than ever.

want of room. This was lifted and all he past season. Its a bargain at $100. concluded to start the New Year In
MclverMacKay. the pleasure of hastily looking over Mr. D. E. Mclver was called to deetar
Interested In the auction feel satisfied. Apply to John Foglestrom, spoke and double harness so Monday be "hookedup.
is well written and
deeply Interesting.
Hill, Lake county, yesterday afternoon -
The ladies are it Is ended, fort rim factory Ocala. Fla. ." matrimonially speaking, with
Mr. D. W. Davis. Ocala's prominent sorry It is a credit to Dr. Blitch.C to embalm the body of A. D.
had become a meeting place. Auc- FLORIDARAISED Emma Jenkins and now together. the
Insurance man. returned home yester- Thompson! who died at that point,
tioneer Kelley went to New Orleans route to Blitchton is not near as long
day from his sad and sorrowful Journey H. Dame will leave tomorrow for and whose remain were sent to New
this morning. and tedious as It was formerly to
to Louisville Ky where he went Williston. where. by special request ,York today._
Wade. Here's to Wade and his charming -
t* attend the funeral of his brother he to assist the Woodmen at that
goes bride. New Tear bless Frank Lightsey the liveryman and -
May many .
who was accidentally drowned in the REAP THIS: NOTICEIn place to inaugurate their new officers their union. constable of Bellevtew. was Iu0...

Ohio river. and to make them a speech on Woodcraft today.

Brownsville. Tenn.. May SL 1901. The editor of the Star deeply
SOOTHING AND COMFORTINGThe I George Tyler whose leg waa broken -
Dr. E. H. Hall Dear SIr-I have
Fine silk umbrellas with sterling : regrets his inability to accompany
silver and other nice handles. Guar- used your Great Discovery for kidney milling Pettijohn's Breakfast 1 Brother Dame.Chamberlain's: soothing and comforting effects three weeks ago fa thank to Dr.

anteed and at medium prices. At A, and bladder troubles and have been Food the care of DeWltfs Witch Hazel Salve when i Izlar-s surgery and the careful nursing ".
E. Burnett's.Dr. very greatly benefited by it. and I can Cough Remedy Abso- applied to piles sores. cuts. boils etc. of his mother and sister getting

hilly recommend It to anyone sufferIng and skill are exercised to remove lutely Harmless subdues pain almost Instantly. This I well rapidly. The wound Is healing

D. M. Smith. In visiting one obis In the some manner. Respectfully, S salve draws out the inflammation reduces !and be will be able to be out In a few
from the grain those The fault of giving children medicine weeks.
patients this morning., found the Giles Rives Postmaster.A containing Injurious substances. swelling and acts as a rubefa- I more

Inmates of the house barricaded and properties that have no food Is sometimes! more disastrous than the SEED dent thus circulating the blood thro i G. N. Saussy. auditor of the Haw-

TEXAS WONDER the diseased parts permitting or aid- Mnsvflle and> South Florida Railroad,
attempting to kill a mad dog. The value and to the disease from which they are suffering I
doctor came to the rescue of the be- -One small bottle of the Texas Won- present Every mother should know that ing nature to permanently remove the I arrived today and win be a witness

leaguered and with a sure shot sent e'er. Hall's Great Discovery cures all rich, ripe wheat in its most Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is per- trouble entirely. Sold by the Aatl before the court.INDIGESTION.

"old Tray to his long home. kidney and bladder troubles removes form with fectly safe for children to take. It Monopoly Drugstore. -
palatable of -
gravel, cures diabetes. seminal emisslons. contains nothing harmful and for OVERCOME

The finest largest and most varied weak and lame backs rbeumatlsm its qualities for brain, bone. coughs, colds and croup Is unsurpass- OATSfOR }Merchant Rnsco of Weirsdale was

stock of Jeweler's goods of all kinds and all Irregularities of the kid ed. For sale at Postofflce Drugstore. In town today.Perfection Indigestion Is easily overcome by :
ever shown In this market Ocala Mu reys and bladder In both men and wo- mnscle and health preserved. store. the use of Kodoi Dyspepsia Core be-

ale Company. Jewelers. men.: Regulates bladder troubles In "Quickly Cooked." can only be attained In cause this remedy digests what you

children. If not sold by your druggistwill The following parties from DunnelIon the physical by allowing nature to appropriate eat and ewes the stomach & rest allow -

'The Old _Cemetery Association met be sent by mail on receipt of SL "Easily Digested. registered at the Ocala House this I and not dissipate her own it to recuperate and grow strong 4

yesterday afternoon In the armory to One small bottle la two months' treat- noon; Mr R. L. Barnes wife and ba resources. Cathartics gripe weaken- again. Kodol relieves Indigestion,

elect officers- and take steps to arrange ment. and seldom fails to perfect a by. MrsW, N. Hough. Miss! Carrie dissipate while DeWitt's little Early belching of sour gas, sour stosuaheartburn .

.. with the council to take chargeof cure. Pr'. E. W. Hall sole manufacture O. K. GROCERY Barnes and Mr Sidney Barnes. Miss I SALE AT Risers simply expel an putrid matter etc.. and enables the digestive -

the cemetery. The old officers were !'. P O. Box 19. St. Louis Mo. Carrie and Sidney Barnes are students -! and bile thus allowing the liver to Assume organ to transform all food

re-elected: Mrs. Fannie R. Gary prea Send for testimonials. CASH GROCERS. at the Conference Seminary, and normal activity. Good for the Into the kind of rich Mood that make

Ident; Mra. W. P. Halsley secretaryend Sold by all druggist and AntiMonopoly after spending delightful holidays at THE T-POT GROCERY complexion. Sold by the AntiMonopoly health and strength. Said by the

Mrs. A. E. Waterman trea.surer.J Drugstore. Phone 174. Clark Bros. Props. borne are returning their studies. I Drugstore. Antl-Vonopoly Drugstore.

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j I ITaJahas.
are going to sell a
t tHis ORIQ1NALPJflv'The
and Your Cure Begins Today i

Fine Residence at Boardman : : . Jan. :. The academic

4 Burned Monday Morning 1 1I 'building of the Normal School (colored Idea of a Cough Syrup that will acton i $

:PIANOfo : Information reached this city Monday I ) was totally destroyed by fire last the bowels, and thus assist in expelling
night. Th building and equipmentswere
to the effect that the elegantSampson : valued at $50.00. The school Is colds from the system is new and original

r advertise our store, the price i isj $174TODAY home at Boardman was dfl'-I 't situated south of KJlahassee. beyond In Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.LAXATIVE

stroyed by fire Monday morning I ruCWZ-Ool *_.'...a fr aoI
If not sold today it will be less tomor that most of the contents were a total Its Vitalized Medicinal Food Properties given by the fire department The or-

row. Watch this ad. and you may get loss.The are Brir.fflfff Very Quickly Healthy Color t* tX* I gin of the fire is unknown. The building .

Sampson home was the property Cheeks of the Pale and Sallow. was insured. The colored normal
it for $2. In Pl'6duc1ncStrennh to the We i.t. A certain,safe and harmless remedy for
of F. G. Sampson. who owns the the Treble cad the Inialld. is one of the schools provided for by

.. famous Sampson grove. one of the In Toning up the System of Convait.CenI.a .- the Buckman bill. all Coughs, Colds,Croup Whooping Cough
from Diseases.In .
largest and most valuable in the state. Cleansing ExhaustIng the Entire System.In L& Grippe Bronchitis, Influenza and all

and which has netted a tremendous Nourishing the \ .
OCALA MUSIC CO Rounding Out the Thin F.*k4 Lung! and Bronchial affections. Mothers BOttEY
profit Mr. Sampson. several yearsago races of Children. COLORED PEOPLE'S DEPARTMENTREV.
erected this home. and no painsor In Bulldlrv up on their Little! Bodies praise the children's favorite Kennedy'sLaxative
the Desirable Pink and White Fleih. and
expense were spared in making itan In Dotting their cheeks with the Pretty J. E. A. KEELER. Editor. Honey
ideal place. surrounded by all the Color and Dimples that make Mother, HT&rSVRUP
Glad. Tn.6lpancl
luxuries of life. and equipped with all OZOKTJISIGNI

modern conveniences. It has been MI Antidote for all Diseases Caoedtr The engine that pulled out train No.
-- ---- Exposure to Cola and Wet.
said that the home was one of the To prove its Medicinal Food Merit. a $06 Sunday night is one of the best at the laboratory of X. C. DeWITT A CO.. CHICAGO U. B. A.SW"IX .

handsomest and most expensive in )Iarlon equipped that has ever been on the kiD CtOTKB BlOSSOM AID TEX EOXZT BZS 1* 09 BTXST BOTtU.'
Trial Bottle by Mail
county. It contained all the advantages run. Her air brakes. "Good Con SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONOPOL Y DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLA.
Will be sent on requeaU Writ by letterr
of a modern city home beIng postal card to science." are in excellent condition; ASK FOR THE 1906 KODOL ALMAXAf AND: 200 YEAR CALENDARRAILROAD

Restaurant. "provided with sewerage water. Ozomnlslon Co..98 Pine St.,New York. her headlight of "Caution" is the finestwe .

etc., and the loss will prove quite a all Druggists-Twa alzea-We. and 11-. have ever seen; her reverse leverof
blow to the owner who is Just recovering 1 "Human Will has a very Imoortant

from the fatal freeze of 1894 valid, and she rarely consented to see I position on this engine. The throttle TICKETS

when his grove property was, laid to anyone except Maria Garnick. her
waste In one night. He has worked companion.Part of the train. The steam chests .

faithfully and expended a great deal of of the tangle of litigation in God with us.- are fully charged. and TO THE WEST

.:%;;E First Class Meals money in rebuilding the grove and which Miss Ho>t was involved was a the coupling of Unity holds its own

Just as it is beginning to pay him suit against the trustees named by : and we are speeding onward. Christ CHEAPER THAN EVERRATE

again he has suffered this loss of his her father to take care of her life fundof Jesus Is our conductor on this light

: CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining home. $1.250.000. Part of the income from ning train of life. Let us be cheerful 2 '
The origin of the fire could not be the fund was held back by the trusteesto and obedient to his commands ready

learned. but friends of the unfortunate pay off certain premiums on bonds If telegraphed for. to report at headquarters

Room open until midnight. Personal owner extend sympathy in the loss! II included In it and she sued for the at any time. May our run Plus $2XX, on January 2 and 16, and February 6 and 20

attention given to special orders, anything which will amount to several thous- sum. amounting to about 3230.000.:; > She this year be a successful one.

and dollars.-Gainesville Sun. won her suit in the end. and it was estimated MEMPHIS TO DALLAS
the market offers prepared for the table on the .Fr Sale-At L. Green's barber
that the cost of the suit to
short notice. shop: One clipper grinder, four Improved -
SPRING PARK estate and :Miss Hojt was four times j
lamps, two large and one small
the amount that was Involved.PILES $9.05

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar Our old neighbor. "". C. :Martin of ---- -- -- --- mirror. seven razors six pair clippers

Oregon asks through the Star "what one towl and pitcher, two razor hones,
Proportionate Rates to all other points in Texas, and. to points in Arkansas,
heater large water pot one
has become of the Spring Park correspondent one one
Skilled Cooks Attentive Walters and Choice Viands.
Oklahoma Indian Territory Kansas Colorado Wyoming and New Mexico.
two fine
?" It would have been very me barber pole, razor mugs,
'omb and brush, one Eclipse barber If you are going, write me today, and say how many In your party where
much nicer for him to have gone rightto
Special Price to Regular Boarders headquarters with that inquiry char.! one fine musical Instrument you wish togo, and the day you will start. I will name you the lowest rate

then we could have told him lots we one neck brush one eye shade and license and call on you and arrange for your trip.I..

-- do not wish the Star and its readers to I "I have suffered with pile* for thirty'ill yean.On paid. Removal to Jacksonville E. REHLANDER,
THE! GARMiGHAEL & SON GOAt :, .year aeo la.ft April 1 b en taking Cavrarvta rvason for sale. L. Green Barber. MISSOURI PACIFIC RY. Trav. Pass. Apt,
know. but we will now say that we ;{I for eonfttipatioo. In tb eeoc'..of .week 1 noticed
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. Chattanooga Tenn.
the pile'began to disappear and at the end of sig
in the
still live and than that
more : week did mot troabio all. Casearvt
they me at The Palace Restaurant, corner of
pretty home they lived in so long before I I hare done wonder for me. I am entirrlyeared! and
McGrra/tli's Stand 1111k.a new man." iteorce hryder apuleOB..0. Fort King and Magnolia street is new
they made the great mistake in':, .---.... open for business. Choice meals. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
leaving us and going way oft so far I Ito ties.? For
-- --- lunches etc.. served In royal style at
have to shovel snow in the winter
reasonable rates. Soup daily; oystersin IN OCALA VIA
and drag through mud a good share of I
Special terms to
every style
HOUGH BROTHERSWe the rest of the year but on account
weekly boarders. Special departmentfor
of of its former residents I
so many
white customers. Breakfast. from
leaving it, it .has become nearly "as
-0-- 5 till 9; dinner, 12 till 3; supper! 5 till ATLANTIC COAST LINESchedule
dead as a door nail. socially and as
9. Lunches at all hours Fruits, cigars
give Free Presents, consisting of Turkey Roasters Hall Racks. Towel our old friend. Mrs. Rouselaux. used to I .
etc. M. Middlebrooks Prop.A.
.. Racks. Silver Coffee Pots etc.. with every pound package of Baking say, "there have been no transpirings ( in effect November 2 S, IS OS.) ..

fl Powder at 50 cents per pound. worth telling about." but financially Plflanant.Palatable.Potent.Taste Good Do Good W. Walker, the world champion ..
Never 8id[.... Weaken or Gnpe.I"'.Z5 the: place never was, in such a flourishing In balk. Tbe rennlne tablet tamped CCO.Svaranteed barber Is In the city, and has again Departures Between Arrival .
Tickets for other valuable presents given with purchase of back.,
every Soap. to car or yoar money
Soap Powders. Starch Coffee and Extracts. condition as now or since Messrs.Stuckey Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 553: opened his shop at No. 92 North Magnolia No. 82, Daily, 1:20 A. M. No. 21, Daily, 1155 A. M.
and Tiller located their naval Florida
street opposite the
J_ ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXESThe Rochelle Palatka Jacksonville, Savannah Charleston, Richmond
.Ylth every pound of Tea, at 60o. we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitch. stores business in our midst. When House. Shaving hair cutting sham- Washington Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.
Pan' Cake Mould. they refuse an offer of $90,000 for their pooing. etc. In first class style. Tools
Pudding or
err National Soldier's Home at Pullman Buffet Sleepers St. Petersburg to Jacksonville: connect at
here and at : it shows
plant Montague kept in fine order. Honing razors

. (With every 25 cents worth of Laundry Soap we will give a Mixing Bowl that something is being done by this Washington now has a reserve fundof < guaranteed. Give him a call. Jacksonville with Pullman Sleepers to New York. Dining Car Jadt-
sonville to New York.
wide-awake go ahead firm, and their $4.000,000. which is drawing $125-
: Every article and every present is first class and fully guaranteed and competent assistants and colored help. .If you desire fruit, vegetables and(

your money will be refunded if both are not as represented. Mrs. M. J. Hall and daughter. Miss I 000 interest annually The greater choice family groceries call at :Men- No. 78, Daily 1:00 P. M. No. 89, Daily 2:35 R. M.
part of this fund was contributed by
FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Laura. have gone on a trip to Miami. I I the enlisted men of the service, who tions Grocery below the city market.A Rochelle. Gainesville Palatka, Jacksonville. Parlor Cars St Peters-
Quite a lot of work has been doneat lot of fine 1906 calendars to give to burg to Jacksonville. Connects at Jacksonville: with Sleeper for St.
f Manufacturers of Pure Fancy Home.Made Candies. are taxed 12'/2 cents a month for the
the cemetery during the past week. customers free of charge. You will Louis via Thomasville and Montgomery; also Dixie Flyer Sleeper
of that
South Main St. Give Us a Call. Ocala Florida We would be much obliged for the return support home. sum being will certainly be pleased with. them. for St. Louis and Chicago via Tifton, Macon and Atlanta.No. .
deducted from their monthly paIt
of the padlock for the gate which
would seem that the time had now Misses Leanna Anderson and Ruby

was taken off recently. come to drop the tax on the soldier's )Mitchell who have been in the city 21, Daily 2:00 A.-M. 'No. 21, Daily. 1:55 A. M.
The body of the late Dr. Hanks
pay. :Not one in twenty-five of those visiting relatives and friends. have returned St. Petersburg and Intermediate points.
taken and removed to the
up new who pay the tax ever goes to the sol to Jacksonville, where they will "

cemetery In Ocala last Saturday. Mrs. dier's home. and the reserve is already resume their studies at the Florida No. 89, Daily 2:55 P. M. No. 78 Daily, 12:40 P. M.

Hanks her daughter and brother have large enough to maintain the in- Baptist College. Tampa, St. Petersburg and Intermediate points.No. .
TheEffective been down from the North and stop

ped at the Brown House at Silver Lodge No. 675 Sunshine of S. J. Aid 45, Daily 10:05 A. M. No. 48, Daily, 1:00 P. M.

Springs. Society, will meet Deputy J. J. Cobb Juliette, High Springs, Dupont Waycroaa.

The following clipping was sent us I'Utution.Stubborn tomorrow night. All members regardless -

Remedy by our dear old friend. Mrs. S. S. Hall.It of financial standing are urgedto < No. 47, Daily, 3:00 P. M. No. 46, Daily, 12:20 P. M. .

W IOWA will be of interest to olden time residents attend. Juliette, Dunnellon. Homosassa, Brooksvllle Trilby and local poiata.No. .
.nreTOII. April 4,1908.

1 waitroabled foe over a year with BO _lit,. a flow that as the lady of whom it tells Wood! Wood! delivered In any part 49, Daily, Except Sunday. No. 44, Daily ex. Sun., 9:40,; A. M.
*?",'Irtu'jy"oppression. A heavy cold superinduced this built Klma Hall. and did quite a good """*
qcJwa The only aDd effective nothing I could do 1 seemed to help me. deal for the place here in one way and of the city at $I per load. Satisfactoryloads Juliette, Dunnellon, Homosassa
remedy ever found wa* Wine of
00 r** &>- Witiln two week I felt the good effect of the med another in by-gone days. Miss Jane of oak. pine and light wood. Call
icine: and after I had used 13 bottles in all I was al healthy on E. J. Burley foot of South Main Trains 82 and 21 carry sleepers Jacksonville and St. Petersburg.
former at
Carpenter. resident
a was
Sly mter used It While and regular a*any woman could wish to be. Coughs Street Trains 82 and 85 carry Pullman Sleepers between New York, Jackson
eapectiny to beunne e one time a companion of :Miss Hoyt.
mother ud found that It made childbirth \ ville; Dining Car service through between Jacksonville and Jersey City

tively thash. wy h.Ip.4 and bee after to regals the child hu Itzelll"th-we.borD compare.. r t,2trV( Miss Hoyt Cuts Relatives Out of Her I Miss Laura J. Ward. who has been Day Coaches between Jacksonville and Washington. Pullman Sleepers,

: Million visiting her sister. Mrs. M. L. Har Trains 78 and 89 between Jacksonville and New York and Jacksonville and

Gain Woanr AaOOZATS, 8on o. Teru.ezce.WINEosCDUI :New York. Oct. 10.-The will of Miss mon. has returned to Cotton Plant and< Chicago via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Route and to St. Louis via Montgomeryand

Mary Irene Hoyt filed yesterday in and Colds opened school yesterday.For U. & N.. and via Tifton and Dixie Flyer, Routes without change.

the surrogate's office shows that she comfortable lodging and firs PULLMAN PARLOR CARS ON TRAINS LEAVING OCALA 1:00 P.
carried to the grave a family feud that
class board call at the Marlon House. M. for JACKSONVILLE and from JACKSONVILLE to ST. PETERSBURG.Key .
began nearly a quarter of a centuryago.
Of her personal estate. estimatedat CURED BYFOLEY'S Mrs. P. G. Gowens. Proprietress. West and Havana Steamers leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdaysand

WIne of nine more than 1.000,000, her relatives Thursdays 11:40, P. M.
curea out of every ten cases of the disorders Lost-A beautiful emblem gold pin.

Of menstruation. These cures are permanent whether the trouble will get not a penny unless they break with a set In the lion's paw. Finder For full information regarding rates, reservations, etc., call on Atlantic ..

. complicated or not. u hE'r111.. HONEY will be rewarded $1. B. C. Cody. Coast Line Agents, or

Wine Miss Hoyt died about three weeks J. G. KIRKLAND Div. Pass. Agt. Tampa Fla.; W. J. CRAIG, Gene
Cardui cures the sickness of young girls, relieves the ago at her home. No. 305 West Sev Rev. and Mrs. A. :N. Richie spent! avery '..... Agt.; H. M. EMERSON*, Traffic Mgr, Wilmington, N. C.
weakness of adults, banishes leucorrhcea headaches holiday at Sweet Canaan .
backache and enty-second street leaving practicallyall pleasant

nervousness and eases the crisis attendant on the change of life. of her large fortune to Marie Gar- AND TAR at the home of Mrs. Gadsen.

Thousands of mothers besides Miss nick, her companion for nearly twen-
Root's sister have ty To Ralph Saier who livesin Obstinate racking Coughs that make Let us pay more attention to our
found grateful relief from the pains of childbirth and have years. own actions this year and less to the SEABOARD AIR-LINE RY.
Miss Hoyt's house and muchof head throat and
had a and gave your ache your lungs
happy recovery from its use. You cannot action of others. Good logic.
his time to the of her of
management sore and inflamed that rob you
afford to suffer when
f 1.00 bottles are sold all
druggists. affairs", she left 17500. The residue will sleep until your system becomes so run Business League meets tonight at

go to Miss Garnick. Miss Hoyt had down that you are in grave danger of Dr. Dukes' drug store. A full attendance _SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
VL the income from $1.250.000 left in trust
Pneumonia or Consumption are quickly Is expected.Mrs.
- --a for her by her father, Jesse Hoyt, the SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
and Tar.
cured by Foley' Honey
banker, in 1882. Eliza Daniels is n the city visiting R-
Miss Hoyt. in her will. said that the her daughters Me!dames Curry Columbia, Camden Southern Pines -
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR Savannah Richmond. Washington Baltimore
-- --- --- .
I public must not think she had forgot- and Sharperson.Comfortable Phllade Iphia. New York.
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ten her relatives because she left them
soothes and heals the inflamed air lodging and good boardat
nothing; on the contrary she said, she
Safe and Sure. sages, allays the feverish conditions the Old Reliable'Mack House West
had borne them well in mind and did MODERN PULLMAN
Broadway.Mrs. .
the and serious
not for many reasons. care to give stops cough prevents
them any part of her estate. results from a cold. : Lula Hammock Is Improving, LINE operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New-

Judge William F Moore, her counsel -I with bright piospects of a return to Orleans.

is named as sole executor. She I FOLEY'S HONEY AND TARis health Other Information of

had nothing to do with. relatives for i John Dozier. Agent. w. W. Condon. C. T. A.

BALLARDSCURES; many years and it is said. refused to: the only prominent cough medicineon Mrs. Williams' kindergarten school Ocala, F lorlda.A. .

have any communication with them I the market that does not contain opens on :Monday the 8th, at her O. MacDonell A. G. P. A- D. C. Boylston. Jr. P. 4,

after her father's death. opiates or harmful drugs of any kind home. Jacksonville. Florida.

The family feud rose over the distribution and on this account is safest for children.It Two houses to rent. In good shape.
of the banker's estate of $;.-:
is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop- Tucker 11111. Apply to Jos. Sampson.J. I- --- -- --. f
---- ---- --
000.000. He left to his widow. Mary -
Ing Cough and will quickly cure the
Hoyt. the Income from a trust fund of Panasoffkee. -
M Leonard has gone to
which follows measles :
racking cough ,
$1.250.000. At her death the fund to Tourist Cars
and leaverso many children with weak Through .
be distributed among nephews and ,
D unless treated. Star dues are In order. .
nieces. A similar fund was left to the longs properly

daughter, Mary Irene. who contestedthe Remember the name Foley'fl Personally Conducted to

wilL The contest was carried Honey and Tar-and refuse substitutes Always Increases the Strength

from court to court. Miss Hoyt em- that cost you.the same as the
A reasonable amount of food thor.1 California.
ployed famous lawyers who becauseof genuine. Do not take chances with

COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION. BRONCHITIS, her eccentricities one by one drop- some unknown preparation. oughly digested and properly
similated will always increase the
COUGH SORE THROAT HOARSENESS, ped her case. Among them were Roscoe "

LOSS OF VOICE, LOOSENS THE PHLEGM AND EASES Conkling. General Butler Judge Consumption Thrtatined. strength.Kodol If Dyspepsia your' stomach Cure Is will a digest Tfittloff

[ EXPECTORATION, HEALS THE LUNGS. Fullerton and Roger A. Pryor. On the what eat and enable the dIgestive The Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its
other side were Joseph H. Choate W. C. Unger 211 Maple St., Chatnpiaga you
Endorsed by leading physicians as the BEST remedy forChildren's M. Evans and Elihu Root. IlL, writes: "I was troubled with a organs to assimilate and transform all up-to-date equipment courteous attendants and many comforts.

Croup and Whooping Cough because After all the state courts had decided hacking cough for a year and I thoughtI foods Into tissue-building blood. Ko It's the, easy way to travel-no changes of cars, or other wor
OPIATES. The action of Bollard's Hore- dol relieves sour stomach belching
it contains NO
against Miss Hoyt, and she had had consumption. I tried a great many ries.
bound Syrup is mild and benign,it isa.dapted to infant well to accept the terms of her father's remedies and I was under the care of heart-burn. and all forms of Indige
e, tion palatable and strengthening. Are going to California? Investigate this of travel
ua.dultsof every variety of temperament and constitution. will she announced that she would physicians for several months. I used ; I you way

never again have any communicationwith Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Youll be surprised to find how cheaply you can go.
and Tar
I Read This RemarKable Testimonial. one bottle of Foley's Honey ;
her relatives. Some of them,had
it cured me, and I have not been troubled NOTICE TO TAX PAYERSThe
MRS. B. W. EVANS ClearWater. Ka*.. writes:-"My husband her confined in a sanitarium. When "

was sick for three months and the doctors told ma he had quick con she got out she jumped into publicity since. city tax roll for the year A. D.

;umpon. We procured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup,and by suing Hetty Green for $10.000 dam 1905 Is now In the bands of :Mr. W. W. Full Particulars] and illustrated literature of
Three sizes-25c SOc. $1.00.
n eared hm!? He is now a well man. but we always keep a bottle slander which Clyatt city tax collector and same Is
ages on.a charge kept
hi the house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary diseasBs." The 50 cent size contains two and for the J. F. VAN RENSSALAER. Gen. AgL
the courts busy for several years but open for the payment of taxes ,
Take Sure Cure Every Bottle Guaranteed. one-half times as much as the small size .
Easy to
to will
; ; was settled out of court and the case present year. The said tax books Atlanta Ga]
I THRKC SIZES 25o. 50o. 100. withdrawn. The terms of settlementwere and the $1.00 bottle almost six timesas be closed promptly on the 27th day of ,

BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO.. ST. LOUIS MO. never made public. This was in much. January 1906. All taxes must be paid

- -- 1895, and from that time on Miss Hoyt before that time. Southern Pacific.
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succeeded in keeping-out of the courts. John M Graham. City Clerk.

__ GOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS For much of the time she was an In* THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE. Ocala, FU. Dec. 20. 1905.

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