The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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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 18* OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, J906 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year




Do You Hesitateto -

Vermont Maple Sugar, Will be Succeeded by Surgeon-Soldier male your home comfortable, because you think the yr oF4as5 o J Oil Magnate Will Not An- DAIRYFor

Cauliflower, Spinach, Wood in Command of the f. expense connected with it will I swer Questions in the Waters- Your

Shredded Codfish. Filippinec V F s Pierce Investigation
be considerable If you are trying to save

Canned Celery. Washington Jan. 8.-Orders have I money by not having the necessary home New York. Jan. 8.-It developed Pure Milk and Cream

been prepared at the War Department from questions asked by Attorney

relieving Gen. Corbin of the commandof iL \ comforts, you are doing injustice to yourself General Herbert S. Hadley of Missouri -

FLORIDA SYRUP IN QT. BOTTLES the division of the Flllplnes Feb. and your faml p. of Henry H. Rogers vice president Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.
I, to be relieved by Gen. Leonard and director of the Standard Oil

Shelled Almonds Wood; also assigning Gen. John F. A modern bathroom is a necessity and i it {t Company of Xew Jersey, that one of Quality and Purity erara&eed.MONTEZUMAy .
Weston now In command of Mr. Hadley's chief purposes In conducting -
corn-1 I should be with ""t taadard Ware.
Canned Rhubarb, Northern Department to the ejuppcd 1 an examination of officers of

mand of the Department of Luzon. We handle ':StaadtasI plumbing fixtures, 1 l that company In this city is to find out

Holland Herring, On the same date. Gen. Williams whether that company owns a con- THELEASED

In command of the Department of the and will gladly quote you prices. i trolling Interest In the Standard Oil

-ATTPOT Columbia. will be ordered to the Fillp- Company of Indiana, the Waters-

GROCERY pines to command the Department of Pierce Oil Company of Missouri and I

the Visayas. the Republic Oil Company. This Mr.

Gen. Corbin will be assigned to the - Hadley said Saturday he regards as a,

Department of the North with headquarters step In the direction of excluding the

OGALA FURliITURE.GO at St. Louts, succeeding Gen. three latter companies from doing

Veston. Gen. Weston will relieve Gen. FLORIDA PLUFiJBIHG & ELECTRIC CO. business Missouri.:: a i
Tasker H. Bliss who Is assigned to To most of the Important questions

Personal Strike Anywhere, Any Time, command the department of Mindanao. asked by Mr. Hadley bearing directlyon
the question of stock ownership
and When Heeded Mr. Rogers declined to give an-
I I swer. "on the advice of counsel." and
The Question of Embalming and Fun REMEDY THE BEST MADE
Mr. Hadley requested Commissioner
enl Directing is a Delicate One Installation of Officers at Next FridayNight's Ocala Lodge No. 851, Benevolent and Frederick H. Sanborn to certify the
"In my opinion Chamberlain'sCough
Meeting j I Protective Order of Elks questions and Mr. Rogers' refusal to
Would not it be Best for Too to En- Remedy Is the best made for ,
the court of the state for a
monthly meeting Fort King :: supreme
colds. says Mrs. Cora Walker of Por- Regular sessions
trust this Question to Those who Appre- ervtlle,. California. There Is no doubt Camp, Woodmen of the World In : on 2nd and 4tb% determination as to whether or not 44

about It being the best. No other will Yonge's hall Friday night, January I%. I: Tuesdays in each Mr. Rogers must answer them or be
and Whose gnawed
eiite It's
Delicacy -
cure a cold so quickly. No other Iso After the Installation supper will :month. Visiting adjudged In contempt.

&je Is of the Highest Standard 1> sure a preventive of pneumonia. be served. All visiting sovereigns brothers cordially r;

1\0 other Is so pleasant and safe to welcome. JC I. Gottlieb C. C. Invited. THE DIAMOND CURE

TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE take. These are good reasons why It Chas. K. Sage Clerk. S. T. Sistrunk. r

PROMPT ATTENTION should be preferred to any other. The I Exalted Ruler. The latest news from Paris Is that

fact Is that few people are satisfied David S. Williams Secretary. they have discovered a diamond cure

Diy Phone Ko. 10. light 94 and t67? with any other after having: once used nl SERIF THE BEST HOT CHOCOLATE for consumption. If you fear con- FOB TEN YEARS

his remedy. For sale by the Postof- IN TOWN. sumption or pneumonia ItUl.,, however -
SMITH & ROBERTS Ocala, Fla.Phonograph lice Drugstore. % Tulula Lodge,. lie be best for you to take that great
Best Year-Round Hotel at in Florida.
$2 a Day Up-to-Date
22. L O. O. F. remedy mentioned by W. T. McGee of ,

BURNED TO DEATH __1 . meets every Tuesday Vanleer Tenn. "I had a cough for Clean and Well Furnished Rooms andPleoty to Eats] -

IN A BOARDING HOUSE evening In Yonge's Hall.J. fourteen years. Nothing helped me I
H. Spencer. N. G. until I took Dr. King's New Discoveryfor
Three women were burned to death, PLilh & & CHOCOLATESAME Royal Cole Secretary. Consumption. Coughs and Colds -
which gave me Instant relief and effected -
t 1 and one badly Injured. In a fire which
destroyed a St. Louis boarding house AS SID AT 1HEI2(WX\ STORES FIRE SCREENS a permanent cure." Unequalled
quick cure for throat and lung trou-
Saturday night. AND MELD E1MED.T.W.TROXLER. ? Those long delayed wire fire screens
bles. At the
Anti-Monopoly Drug-
have arrived at last. Several
styles store. Price 50c. and $1; guaranteed.Trial BARGAIN TIME
IMPERFECT DIGESTIONMeans and prices. Marion Hardware Co. bottle free.HISTORY.
less nutrition and In consequence -

d'uan. less vitality. When the liver Remember, we carry the only com-
IN A. D. 2905
ails to secrete bile the blood becomes See my stock of cut glass beforeyou plete line of office supplies In blank ITT: -

loaded with bilious properties the digestion i buy elsewhere. A. E. Burnett. boks In Ocala. Ocala News Company.

becomes Impaired and the From Puck The Ocala Steam

bowels constipated. Herblne will rectify "Who was this man called Teddy Pa : Laundry:

this. It gives tone to the stomach That men do call him great!

liver and kidneys strengthensthe Did he invent a motor car

appetite clears and Improves the F Or run a syndicate SEE OUR RED LIST

from $10 to $50. Over complexion. Infuses new life and vigorto Arc You Going To Remodel ? d "Xay. nay my child he was a wight
100 different records In stock to select the whole system. SO cents a bot- Who had a wondrous way

le. Sold by all druggists. Of mixing In with fight
from. A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler exclusive every
If so, you will do it with the tendon of improving upon present
agent for Ocala. That came up In his day.

I never was a piece of pie.
part is to interest you in our ability
Back in the age of Tin
Five men were instantly killed and
1 to improve and perfect your sanitary equip 'Pon which he did not fix his eye At'
even more were Injured by a dyna- f We.stemBuf. Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef, Motion,

CARPENTER AND BUILDER mite explosion at Gary. HL, Saturday. ment. When And have Russia a finger fought in.the JapaneseFor moor's Star Ham Armour's Pork Sausage, Cabbage -
We do but one load of worl-the best-
Cured his Mother of Rheumatism 1 freedom a Ia Russe Beets Sweet
Store and Office Fixtures a 7. : and use the famousoSta1tJaaod'* Ware, every lie laid them both across his knees Rutabagas Turnips, ,

Specialty "My mother has been a sufferer for j 1 piece of which is guaranteed by the manufacturers And spanked them like the deuce. Potatoes Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions.

many years from rheumatism." says ,i to be first Let'
"The great canal of PanamaHe
Jobbing Promptly Attended W. H. Howard of Husband Pa. "At W. P. EDWARDS
talk it over. % We have samples in our show dug with his steel pen;
times she was unable to move at all.
toFnrniture And In great Cuba's Holy War
while at all times walking was painfuL ,, .. room. Was hero of Say When.* Phone. 108 City
Repaired and Ren- I presented her with a bottle of
He wrote" the strict! Parental LAW
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and after
ovatcd. By which all men who fall
a few applications she decided It waa R. E. YONGE & CO.
t To have of children three or four
Drop me a postal card wheneveryou the most wonderful pain reliever she Florida
Must spend ten years In jail East Coast Railway
want any work In my line. had ever tried; in fact, she Is never I

without now and at all times la able "But of his wondrous deeds the best-I

to walk. An occasional application of TIs taught us In our schoolsHe Local I Time Card No. 62. Corrected to' 7 1 1ttS: .: ;
Pain Balm keeps away the pain that was the Man who dared suggest Sept -

MONTHS1GUARANTEE she was formerly troubled with. Sold A change in Football Rules.
by the Postoffice Drugstore. THE OCKLA W AHA INN So that to him we owe the fact- SOUTH-BOUXO-tEAD DOWR. IoITtt4oues-aee .P: -t

All hail his glorious name!- .

Aallat hoI_ 1'(0' mont THREE KILLED IN What once was but a brutal act e'.1 9Ivw, t: svAvaovs .7S jr.
4taeaiua If you buy A TRAIN WRECKA ,. .J.. .:. A Pleasant, Homelike House; Is now a Parlor Game. Daily I Daily DUlr Dally :4;
r -
aleprooPNosisryi I .. Believed to be a corrupt form of 100 y\\ :::s.Lv; Jrk.oa-+ 1015 000 ie 1
Elegant Airy Rooms and the 4T r1IS Jactsi vI1 1I S411 .
\ head-on collision on the Philadel- w St. Juan.-Ed. pi!13 _et.Aeieua._ 100 5551e ,
) IS p 11 l-6g" .- 4 is e S I.
phia and Erie at Corry. Pa. Saturday -
All the popaUr colon.For very Choicest Table Board. T 10 p111! L..t 1'.1atJ. 454 6T .
Men; Wonted, night resulted in one engineer and PLEASANTAND MOST EFFECTIVET. 35 P I2- pits P&1a3a. 414 01 m
old o.ty in lots of two firemen being killed and twenty 0. e N p 11 2t a.LY Paiata._..._.... .. see e eo C
6 punM$5o;Cot passengers being Injured. 9 y Special Rates in Summer to -. 8 sS 301- pt.Lr; .__Saa )fatC 2 Wj ..
toe.6 pairs tor$1.50. J. Chairbers Ed. Vindicator
1':! e.J a LY .8&8 X._ 1 S 8I TI ;:
POT t 3ie.; Egyptian Cotton mix pairs and Board Liberty. Texas writs. -Dec. 25. 1902: 1 r9 si IA ...... s Up en ...
for $L0&. A tuam&e txJket tauAscAlw. HOW TO AVOID PNEUMONIAWe Weekly Monthly "With pleasure and unsolicited by GS I 1342" ...._,._.Essaslis"- .. 0445 fMC

pus a LLS n r you I bear testimony to the curative : rnP ll: J : .Ormooee----e- ales Se -a
have never heard of a single Instance 0. 155" Dayv.aa 5I p 441
of Ballard's Horehound Syrup.I I :
ers.MRS. power :::
l ii ===Port Orange_ jeep e M .1.
of cold in Pneumonit
a resulting HATCHELL, have used it In my family and can d1 a S I. par_._._-Lew 6oyena 2II p 4 ut
M. FISHEL Ocala, Fla. or other lung trouble when Foleys cheerfully affirm It Is the most effective 10 21 .11il pAr= _LakeBeIeo_ I!4J1
10 31 _.,_()r&. .ClIF_ I./4 1 e4
Honey and Tar has been taken. It PI- <<
Proprietress. for coughs E ..
and best remedy
---- -- -- 1945 &j) 400 -_Oraace eltF "..aectneEo - 1e se P e Uu n
not only stops the cough but heals i:
and colds I haveever used- Sold by l. Sew smyf" S P 6 M faIe
and strengthens the lungs. Ask for OCALA FLORIDA all drugists. Ices U :1 i.. OakHUTinurUl -_?_, Iii p
.. a 30p((1r if
Foley's Honey' and Tar and refuse any -
C IOU .U eau e.1.
substitute offered. Dr. J. C. Bishop of FLORIDA ORANGES POOR o __. . JO"aLY. 61510,4 M .
Agnew Mich, writes: -I have used WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF 10 It -e Z'1;Lt itaavnle_ 1' ::a
51 Foley's Honey and Tar in three very 'I) lilt p '" n.eo.- It tip 8l Ii
,Some Cars Sell Below $1-50-Grape 11 51 V k f'4
severe cases of pneumonia with good Cf 11 M piUOSm 44a T-- -_
results In every case." Sold by the i fruit in Demand o 4 It _eIbtnlPM_ II" s. 1MiM :!
1251 SIT _____ 11M al
Postoffice Drugstore. HARDWARE I I New York Jan. 8.-Florida orangesas IS .tJ 1- 1.- 1.It:!ISM* :-I
Ie: 11$ 4S Port Pleroe l'U 11 U *
a rule are running poor. The Clyde 21. TO rtbbala 0 M&i 11 Mr w
WOMAN MURDERED IN CHICAGOMrs. Line last week was overcrowded and SUI 1* -. %& 11 up
Co 229 T 17 ..1___ e n 1111ii UJU
MATTRESSWILL arrivals showed more or less decay TJSpTMP Dears. . : 1 U *4 rMM 0
A. W. Gentry aged 26, wife of Quite a number of cars sold under t ::. : _Botm..end 142 ;
I JapaLac'C 32? Sit p .hest Jtptwr 5% 1112 p
the president of the Universal Tradingand
11.59, for original packing. For good 4 e4 aJ tip _Reel Pals P----' T U 04e,
NOT LUMP Supply Company of Chicago was sound fruit the range Is 2.50@3, whilea 432e15151 Boymaon T se 136 .S
"Wears Like Iron." 4>t .n t *" PMM __IfeirayBOKB9TKAD IM.eI C.J .
WILL NOT PACK murdered Saturday by "W. J. Constan- few extra fancy large bring a higher : 111 P .. ---Po Lae4er4&L_ ."-t 515
tine. He cut her throat and threw Natural i is the best price. It is believed that the bulk of I 6S a!I.30 p1041P DaaJ& Sic af 100 V
I '.;- Jap-a-lac w I'"AI wanaed.b IN Tie Q)
Manufactured from white cot- her down stairs.' Constantine is the ..
has bee nshlpped s 14 T .
the _
oranges a 24 .1 11 *T p Len a Cit1
ton flit thoroughly clean and tree son of a wealthy New Yorker. He T k varnish for Florida and that not more than 10 ..:::= 24 a 111* plAr _....__.. L... T Ma.

from all dangerous germs. escaped. : Hardwnnd Floors per cent of the fruit Is left. Pricesare >> 7
Sixty Days' Trial a trifle lower than last week and
1'1.' .. ss
If. after sixty days trial,, this mat- FOUR HUNDRED BABIES ) either .ld or new. It dries would be lower If the California oranges .. '
;; leis a M
tress la not satisfactory, return to I with beautiful luster and were not so poor. It is difficultto : 1133 q-,U 3omeeteaA Iwl 1 N11..lSTwSt'
dealer (If tick ta clean) and bare your St. Vincent's Infant Asylum Chicago ; ';-'i, a get real sound Florida oranges. t

shelters homeless waifs awaiting its Grapefruit Is In spier-lid demand: I
refunded. brilliancy through
money Datl
adoption and there are nearly 400 ba- and the Golden Russets bring $%&4 a i ? BSA3ICHPDOXSOA2 Itw1 ) M.IVER & MaeKA Y, Agent. sew *.e. Da11 Es.lATPOH Daly
bies there. Sister Julia writes: "I can rirear and tear right down to box. and Brights sell as high as J5 Sell 7 aTD.111

not say too much In praise of Foley wood. Besides Natural There are some better grades which
.&rS T 4s H 00 0 w
is >ooC6f le H s M 12e a -lasts-e.flM-
this quality very
and for but
Tar coldscroup
Honey coughs bring U
H19 e.9 a se a AI -11<>. "ac.9t.. IA'2tO T 51 12 22 1 r
Coal in twelve colore. of grapefruit are .. Far'I. .. Tot II IC 4 a! y
and whooping cough. Con- Ja A-a-LaC comes scarce. The holdings p Ie M s 4e p I"a -.Pabto
1 1r 12 U 6 R .
tains no opiates and is safe and sure. much lighter In Florida and prices 15 fWp N 61 S425 1M a. .an15tlr yue0
45 U M 410 ...
It is a stain and varnish > u la T 60 lJ b a- -Yayp.rt -
Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar and from this on will be very high. It Is

insist upon having it, as it is a sate combined, and rejuvenates difficult to get sizes ranging Cos to 80s.
BIadrsmttb.Egg and Charcoal.AT remedy and certain in results. Re- 1 JLM) OCODEKIAL STCASSSff COXXECTIOJ5() IT HAIL Y
about the home.A ..
everything **
fuse substitutes. Sold by the Poetof You Can Do the Work Yourself. INDIGESTION OVERCOME -- f

flee Drugstore. One CMoectiM Made at Waal with Stcaaailpt .4 flk> P.* 0.S.S.Coups Mr
Full Stock of All Kinds ofJapa.Lac -
Is easily overcome by
MclVER & llicKATh FLORIDA GREEN BEANS the Indigestion use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

this remedy digests what you

New York Jan. (.-Green beans I eat and gives the stomach a rest-allows Tit**nm.'I'abIM shoe tile ttaes*rtlch b sane may b MpneM to anrmCfaetr M.e8_.,.oltr"m
LALEXANDERPractical from Florida, if strictly fancy, will' It to recuperate and grow strong', hral nat> arrival w eeKr es.5....._--..env._.....
_l5tJaJsQlmp& 1 Kafl.ta
bring |3.50M. The receipts show effect again. Kodol relieves Indigestion

of heavy rain and some sell as For Sale in Ocala by belching of sour gas sour stomach I

CARPENTER AND BUILDER low as $LSO. It shows that the pickIng heartburn etc. and enables the digestiVe For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other InfonmtJoa

got behind: and much of the stock organs to transform an foods Into
Careful. estimates made on all contract is old. Peas are in good demand at MARION HARDWARE COMPA! the kind of rich blood that makes <* "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." ryr

wor :. Gives more and better work $5(9 5.50. There are few of them that health and strength. Sold by the AntiMonopoly -
J. D. RAHNER Asst. Ocnl Pace. Aft. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
lor the money than: any other in town..will pass as good stock.: SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MACDUFF Drugstore. \ ,

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Shaw Thompson Found Guilty of ,
I _
c. BITTINGER & CO. ManslaughterThe President T. T. MtTNTlOE. -

MONROE & CHAMBLISS Bankers J. Shaw Thompson murder trial Vice President. Z. C. CHAHBLISS.
C. ... Bittinger and R. R. Carroll ,
came to an end Saturday evening Cashier. GEO. H. FORD.
Proprietor and Publishers.
shortly after 5 o'clock when the last
Assistant Cashier J. B. BROOKS.CENTRAL .
I C. BITTINGER, speech for the state was made. JudgeW.
S. Bullock then charged the jury-
Editor and General ManagerR.
men and they retired and after sev-
eral hours of deliberation returned a
verdict of manslaughter.The .
City Editor and DUSIIMM Manager evidence closed Friday evening
The Little Bank With a Big Business. and the arguments opened Saturday

SANDS A STANDLEY morning. Colonel Lloyd of Inverness
pleaded for the defendant and Acting OF OCALA.
This community waa greatly shocked States Attorney Ed W. Davis followedfor .

yesterday morning to hear of the the state and In turn was suc- J. K. CHRISTIAN. GEORGE MACKAT.T .
sadden death of Mr. Sanda A. Stand- ceeded for the defense by Mr. Anderson
ley, of the livery and exchange firm who began his address at half : -
of S. A. Standley & Co.. of which his I past ten. and with the exception of s. HALL Z. C. CHAMBLIS3.

son-in-law. Mr. Lee Miller waa the COMMISSIONERS AND CITIZENSMet COL. ESTILL A CANDIDATEThe the noon hour spoke until half past HERBERT A. FORD.
partner. It seemS that Mr. Standley three when Thomas Palmer of Tampa

was called up about 8 o'clock yesterday This Morning to Consult on Atlanta Journal says that Col- closed for the state.

morning to answer a telephone Building a New Court House-At onel Eatill editor of the Savannah We did not hear the addresses of
from the stable. He answered the Least $50,000 Edifice Favored Morning News, will be a candidatefor Mr. Davis or Colonel Lloyd and of the OCALA HOUSE. OCALA FLA.Write .
phone In the hall and returned to his a governor of Georgia In the coming latter only know what Mr. Palmer said ,
room stood before the fire when his The board of county commissioners democratic primary. Colonel Estill of it; that it was a glowing tribute to for Booklet. .

wife handed him a chair but before met in special session this morning to runs a clean and sensible paper and I the sanctity of the home and becauseof
be could seat himself he sank to the citizens' committeeIn if he is elected he will run the gov ; the invasion by J. M. Tillls of the -3
confer with the
floor and was dead. ernor's office the same way. The people | premises of Mr. Thompson at night Gl3S ==
The announcement of his death was the matter of the new court house of Georgia can do no better than and with a gun on his person and refusing .-:::
not generally known until Rev. C. C. and to talk with such architects present elect him. to tell what he was there for W ik tz:24 : ::

Carroll made it public to his audience as proposed to submit plans for the defendant was Justifiable in his >: :
tn the Baptist church remarking on the same. All of the members of the TWO GOOD ARTICLESThe act.The r. t
the sorrow that had been cast over board were present and the following only part of Mr. R. L. Ander -- ': c:=
the community and church because of composing the: citizens' committee: R. National Magazine for January son's address which we heard was that Cz3E
the active part and good work Mr. L. Anderson chairman. S. H. Gaits- contains two splendid Florida illustrated part referred to. namely Tillis' invasion -
Standley's family had done for the kill of :McIntosh J. B. Borland of Cit- articles, one a railroad over of )Ir. Thompson's premises and == r . C>

congregation. ra. Jno. T. Lewis of Moss Blue Dr. the ocean's surface, being a descrip- taking the brilliant attorney's concep- -< '""tf
Mr. Standley was 48 years of age. S. H. Blitch of Blitchton. L. S. Lightof tion of the mammoth work envolvedin tion of the motive that he conceivedhad
He was born in Randolph county. Ga., Reddick and Will Hocker of Ocala. the extension of the East Coast Ry. prompted the dead man. why it
where he engaged In business later Chairman Long wished to know the to Key West, and the other a historyof looked as if Thompson was a much >
going to Valdosta. Ga, where he be- mode of procedure in such a case and Miami and Palm Beach. abused and misrepresented man. and ...::::: = ::
came Interested with Mr. T. G. Cran- :Mr. Frank Mllburn of Columbia. S. C, his act of shooting Tillis was Justifiable -
ford In the livery and sales stable business said that the usual plan was that CURED LUMBAGOA. and that most any other man
and he made such a record for when the board was ready to receive would have done the same; but when z
efficiency that he was quickly given plans to put the names of all competing R. Canman. Chicago writes Mr. Palmer took up this phase of the W
control of the purchase and sale of architects in a hat and then draw March 4, 1903: "Having been troubled testimony It left quite a different Im- Q-i
horses and mules, for which Mr Palmer took the defenses <:> >
purpose out the names and permit three or with Lumbago at different times, and pression. up
he made frequent Journeys to Atlanta. four or all present to submit their tried one physician after another then set up by Mr. Anderson. He I- ?7 .: .
Nashville and St. Louis. plans and have the architects explainthe gave it up altogether. So I tried once said there were nine distinct ones and

Seven years ago Mr. Standley and same and publish the cost of said more and got a bottle of Ballard's according to Mr. Anderson's mode of Dining Room Opened for the Season Dec. 23. Rooms 75c. to $1.50 per Day.D. .
family came to Ocala from Valdosta. plans embodied in a building. He Snow Liniment which gave me almost reasoning, Thompson deserved acquit-
and he bought an Interest with Mr. said he had no plans to submit but in instant relief. I can cheerfully recommend tal on each and every one of them. C. EDWARDS, Owner. C. M. WfflTESIDE Manager1'IcIYER
C. A. Uddon In the livery business justice to all competitors he thought it, and will add my name to Mr. Palmer said Mr Anderson's way ,
at the present Jno. R. Martin stand. of reasoning was the most extra rdl-
a day should be set to open the bids your list of sufferers. Sold by all *
While here he rented the ,J. A. Pitt- and plans submitted; that all shouldbe druggists. nary he had ever heard. for he pillor-
man & Son present building which put on a common platform so that Ied every state witness and deified every -
he opened for the sale of all kinds of one could not take advantage of an- WEATHER FORECAST witness for the defense. Mr. Palmer '
vehicles and harness and was very other's plans. He said it was customary recalled the character )fl'. Anderson '
successfuL After two' years' partner- for boards to offer premiums. Washington Jan. 8.-Rain tonight had given the town of Floral City AND MacKAY

ship with Mr. Uddon he bought the say for first second and third best and Tuesday; colder tonight in ex- and those who composed Its population -
building on the north side of the plans; that architects worked as did treme north portion colder Tuesday ; that because this hunting partyof
square and the vacant lot adjoiningon the lawyers-accept a retainer's fee with a cold wave in north and central which J. M Tillis was one who
the corner on which he erected a for all advice and information given port'on. were off for a week in Chessahowitzka -I
building and here established him- the board-which each plan devised ,Swamp, left the village of Floral
self In the livery business and sale of and explained would give; that the THE ORIGINAL City on a Sunday morning as the I Buitd Complete and Ready to Occupy Cot-
horses and mules. Associated with board should employ a disinterested church bells were summoning the un-i ,
Mm for a few years was his old architect to confer with and advise the Foley & Co.. Chicago. originated. repented to confession that "No good ,
friend and partner Mr. T. G. Cran- board whether his plans were accepted honey and tar as throat and lung could come out of Nazareth." It seems I tages and Residences and Furnish Them
ford of Valdosta. The firm did a splen- or not. Strange to say no one remedy, and on account of the great that Mr. Anderson bore down heavily I, ,
did business. Three years ago Mr. Lee present deemed Mr. Milburn's sugges- merit and popularity of Foley's Honey verbally speaking, on phosphate men
Miller who was in the employ of tions worthy of a motion as the board and Tar. many imitations are offered in general, and J M. Tillis in particular -I From Cellar to Garret with Every-
Munroe & Chambllss bank married thought there would be no trouble to for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey to all of which Mr. Palmer demurred -
,Mr. Standley's daughter and he trans- get plans and at the cost of the archi- and Tar and refuse any substitute and defined not only the phosphate -I
ferred his services to Mr. Standley. offered as no other preparation will men but the people of Floral! thing Needed, be it an Humble ,
who made Mr. Miller his partner and tectMr.. Gaitskill desired information as give the same satisfaction. It is mild- City, because twenty-three years ago.i
no firm in town did a better more to the nature of the meeting. Mr. Long ly laxative. It contains no opiates Mr. Palmer hung out his legal shinglein -
profitable and satisfactory business. said it was for the purpose of findingout and Is safest for children and delicate Hen ando county and knew some Cottage or Palatial Home.

Mr. Standley was known as a"square" how to build a court house; thatit persons. Sold by the Postoffice Drug- of the same men Anderson had referred -
e business man. and by his was now settled by the county attorney store. to. and they did not strike himas
frank manners and honorable dealings that the board could go ahead being of that class, but as good as Build and Equip Deep Wells Sunk

made a host of friends who are and levy another two mills for two Gillette Safety Razors sold by the the best on earth.

mourning: his loss with sincere regret years for this purpose.Mr. Postoffice Drugstore. Mr. Palmer in dissecting one of ]tr. Stores, Churchse, School.Houses, Court Any size or to any depth desired. .
The deceased was a progressive and Anderson was not in favor of Anderson's charges bore down so
public-spirited citizen and ready at all the board and committee making defInite heavily on Mr. Anderson that the brilliant Houses?etc.
Painting Paper Hanging
times to respond with time labor and plans at this meeting; wanted all R. D. FULLER l L. F. BLALOCK Ocala attorney interrupted him ,
money for any cause that would assist the architects to have a chance; to Indicate and asked that he be not misrepre- Construct and EquipPhosphate
In promoting the public interests of the kind of a court house want- FULLER & BLALOCK sented or misquoted. Mr. Palmer coolly Interior decorating, roofing, etc. A com

the town. ed and the amount the county would turned on Mr. Anderson and demanded , Plants of any size, and a competcnt and skilled corps of of workmen always
Mr. Standley was a member of the DENTAL SURGEONS to know what he did say and
spend on it. He favored an entirelynew
Fraternal Union of America, the building. Mr. Anderson!!! said that If Mr. Palmer plete stock of repair parts for same always ready to take charge of work.Builder's .

Woodmen of the World and the Elks ,Architect Andrew J. Bryan of New Offir Our Monroe &: Chambliss' Bank would permit of the interruption he carried in. stock.
organizations. He had $2000 Insur- Orleans favored a day in the future to would state what he had said which Material .
ance in each of the first two named. receive and entertain all plans. OCALA FLA. was granted. When Mr. Palmer resumed Build Bridges
and a 11000 policy In the Equitable. Commissioner N. A. Fort moved thata he said that If Mr. Anderson > We carry at all times an immense stock of

Company of New York. conference be held with the citizens' Terms Cash. had not used the words he had cited
And in fact, do any and all kinds of roDBuilder's Material, Lime, Brick, Plaster
The funeral services took place at committee to determine whether the lie certainly bad enforced the sentiment -

his late residence on Oklawaha aven- present court house should be remod- in his argument. struction work. Repairs and changes on. Shingles, Lath, Paints, Oils, Roofing,

ue, and his remains were Interred in eled or a new one built and how muchit The strong point in Mr. Palmer's all kinds of buildings. Cement Sewer Pipe etc.
the new cemetery. Rev. C. C. Carroll should cost. address was in the manner in whichhe ,

pastor of the Baptist church officiat Mr. Gaitskill said that Fort was Be your own spoke of the gun Tillis bore at the
log. A large concourse of people attended right that no architect could draw time he was shot showing unmistak- far the and
; Send us your orders. We carry by largest, best most varied stock in Cen
the funeral. A committee from satisfactory plans unless be knew how ably that he did not present it at
the fraternal orders to which he be- much the structure would cost; that Beauty Doctor Thompson as the latter had averredat tral Florida, and our business methods will please you.

longed directed the services. The pall we wanted a new court house remod- the first trial and qualified on the Yours for a Prosperous Year
bearers were H- A. Ford. Z. C. Cham- eled or new; that the citizens' com- is but one method of! second but bore It across his body ,
bliss s. T. Slstrunk. R. S. Hall L. E. mittee of twelve be reduced to threeto THERE with his right hand clasping the stock
Lang and W. A. Knight. McIver & confer with the board. Personally, beautiful acquiring clear delicately retaining tinted a and Ms!!! left the barrel and. furthermore NcIVER & :Ma.cKA
MacKay had charge of the funeroL he was willing to leave the whole mat- that must have been his position -
The of tie ,
While Mr. Standley's death was a ter with the board; that a large com- complexion. pores as a shot from Thompson's gun
Contractors Builders and Furniture Dealers
great surprise and a great shock to mittee was unwieldy all wanting to skin must first be rid of all i im entered the stock of Tillis' gun. as the ,

the. community, those who knew Mr. talk and the day would pass without purities. and the circulation wounds on Tillis' body plainly showed
Standley best were aware of the fact coming to an agreement. He favoreda gently stimulated to carry nutria that Tillis could not have been aimingthe
that for the past six months he was building to cost from $50,000 to $60.- tion to all the tiny cells and gun at Thompson. He showed by VICTOR
not a well man. 000. tissues. the evidence that Tillis got lost and
To tbe bereaved widow her seven Anderson suggested that the citi- Pompeian Massage Cream had not come to Thompson with any
children and the many friends that zens' committee act now. and all In favor sinister designs and because Thompson -
builds and rounds the
up out lot Would like to have a seat at the opera in your own home How would you like
Mr. Standley had in this community of a new-court house to stand up. contour of( the face and form by found Tillis in his horse at you
the Star extends condolence and sympathy which all did except Gaitskill. who cleansing exercising and feeding night even if he refused to give his to hear your favorite voice in song or recitation in the quiet of your own parlor? This and
in their deep bereavement. said he had not Investigated the matter name or business, was no reason he
and not knowing would not vote. the skin through and throughby should be shot down'Uke a felon; thatif more is yours if you have a
IRELAND WILL BE Mr. Fort wanted to adjourn. Gaits- strengthenin the muscles. Tillis. intended shooting Thompsonhe

IN THE FASHION kill said he had to go home at 1 o'clock It removes all wrinkles blackheads had. plenty of time to do so between -
and that all he desired was a court roughness and Irritation. the time Thompson said to him.
Preparations are being made to hold house with fire proof vaults and one without promoting the growth of( "give me your name and business, or Victor
a World's Fair in Dublin in 1907. If to meet all the requirements of the hair or causing the skin to shine HI shoot you" and the time his nephew -

exhibits are made of everything. Irish- "ounty. -imparting a glow of health and brought Thompson his gun.
men have done in all parts of the Mr. Anderson wanted an expressionfrom beauty that only nature at her That Mr. Palmer's pleading was effective -
world the island wi'i not be big the committee as to whether the best the verdict shows. He appealed -
enough to hold the ab<.w. court house should not less than J6J-) can give. to the Jury to give a verdict on Talking
ffrt9 S0 m.' ,VL 00,.,/.,.
000 and not to exceed $75,000. facts and not be moved by sympathyfor
BOUNCED A BOSS Mr. Light offered as a substitute: Mrs. Thompson. for whom Mr. An-
A court house not to cost less than For sale in Ocala derson pleaded so eloquently and sym

President Roosevelt deserves the $50,000. nor more than 65000. Passed -By theAntiMonopoly pathetically.Great <. Machine
Drugstore interest was shown In this
with a whoop.
thanks of his countrymen for the way
trial not only in Ocala. but especially
he has thrown down Odes who for Meeting then adjourned to conveneat
in the so in Citrus county. This was the
1:30 this afternoon armory.
the past few years has been boss of
the New York State republican ma- The only condition was not "to squirt third trial Thompson had had. once in
chine. tobacco juice all over the floor. Superintendent -- - - -- his county and two in Marion where
Cam acted as secretary.Mr. the case was tried last May and last
Sistrunk the clerk of the board week. WE HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES
The citizens of Jacksonville have
was engaged at court. The Jury, of which George Stewartof
bought a handsome horse,. phaetonand FLORIDARAISED
Besides the architects named. Mr. Anthony was, foreman practically "HIS HAIR VOICE
harness,, and presented them to
Klutho of Jacksonville and Mr. F. agreed on their first vote on their verdict F
Sister Mary Ann. one of the best
Ausfield of Montgomery. Ala, were The defense has moved for a
known and moat thoroughly liked and
present new trial which Judge Bullock win
respected woman of that city. The .
Mr. George MacKay. the Ocala architect hear today: J. Shaw Thompson for the
hone and will aid her
buggy greatly
did not get around but since killing of J. M. Tillis November 18.
and lighten her work of charities. said he would meet the board and the 1941.! had his preliminary examinationIn have all you could want to select from, and re would like to have you come in

citizens committee on Wednesday. Citrus county. and was bound over and ask us to play them to you. Our stock of records is the most complete In Central
Sometimes a man alienates his February 7. when plans and specifications when he requested a change of venire
wife's affection and then lays it on will be received. because he dil not think Justice wouldbe Florida.
some other man. SEEDOATS done his case in his own county,

Always Increases the StrengthA because of the prejudice existing: there THE OCALA FURNITURE CO.FOtE
There are lots of people in this against him. .
world who are only fit for another. reasonable amount of food thor-
oughly digested and properly assim- Bart Corley who for the past few
If more were known about saints. ilated will always Increase the months has been putting a velvet typographical THE ORIGINAL
y there would be fewer saints. strength. If your stomach is a "little i finish on the Wildwood'
off1 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will, digest News. has gone to Live Oak to workin V 5 BODj:11A11D fAR LAXATIVE
It is ten times further to get out of what you eat and enable the digestive the Democrat's big new shop.
debt than it was to get In. organs to assimilate and transform all HONEY and TAR

foods Into tissue-building blood. Ko I FOR SALE AT The Star office printers have received -. Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat iDhe
If we heard what was said about dol relieves sour stomach, belching a communication from their old 1 ,
us. few of us would believe it. heartburn and all forms of indIges- friend Walter Cason. who Is well and i Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption YELLOW pACKAoa

tion; palatable and strengthening. THE T-POT GROCERY doing well as one of the staff of the I I Store.
Odd FfUows meet Tuesday night. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.I I big Aragon Hotel In Atlanta. Sold and Recommended fey the Postoffice Drug

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S. H. BUTCH Manager. J. C. BOOZER
Automobile Causes D. F. McDuffy of meeting of the board of trade will Assistant Maria IlLiberality "r.

meet tomorrow night Martin to Come Near Being be held Friday night to elect officers
MILLINERYIBEGISSIXG and to discuss the proposition of advertising -

Woodmen meet FrIday evening. KilledAs Ocala. Let there be a full Courtesy, Accuracy, Stability,

Mr. D. F. McDuffy who Is em- meeting. H. A. Ford. Pres.C. Our Four Cardinal Prin
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night. ployed by Tiller and Anderson at Martin L. Bittinger. Sec n s

was coming In town Sunday after
Mr. R. O. Blake U on the sick list. noon, he sustained an accident that EXPECTS TO BUILD SOON

came very near ending his life. He MONDAY JAN. ist 1906And

Ever Ready BattsrUs. The Yon;. was driving up North Magnolia street, ,' Mr. T. H. Wallis spent Sunday In COMMERCIAL BANK 7t

A Cline Ce. and when near the Seaboard crossing. the city with his family. Mr. Wallis

met an automobile at which the horse lasting throughout the entire week. All trimmed says he has not given up the Idea of

W. C. By. of Baltimore. Is at the took fright, turned and ran down the hats at greatly reduced prices. Cheap. medium and building the big, double store on his OCALA '
Montezuma. lane back of Benjamin's ice factory. fine corner opposite the Teapot Grocery FLORIDA.
hats below cost at
across the Coast Line track and then high priced ; that Messrs. McIver & MacKayare

Blank book of all kinds at the Ocala northward through the Spoke and Rim again at work on the plans and It

News Company.The factory yard. In making a sudden Affleck'sIX I is' to be hoped will soon begin on the

turn, the buggy was turned over andMr. Miss Mary actual construction.A SAFETY DEPOSIT YIULTS UTEREST PHD 01 TOE DEPOSITS

Ocala House netertalned thirty McDuffy was thrown out. Though

guests yesterday painfully> injured he arose and tried LUNAR PHENOMENONChurch

to follow the horse, which, having

Mr. G. W. Easterllng. of Martin, la smashed the buggy and torn loose goes and others that were

at the Ocala House. from the wreck, fled full speed to the THE HELVEN5TON-PHSTE1 COMPANY'S STORE. in a position last night to note it, were FOR SALE e

country.> After following the fright- treated to a sight that was indeed remarkable -

See our fine line of dolls and toys. ened animal for some distance. Mr. Now is the time to get a new hat to finish .out the season and grand in Its beauty and ....By._
McDuffy gave up the fruitless chase splendor. The great silvery moon,
Ocala New
with. Don't forget the time and place.The .
and coming up town procured a horse which Is now In the full was encompassed -

Captain llaskell of South Lake Weir and buggy from J. R. Martin & Co's. with several large circles of Ditto and Maloney

this table with which to return home. bright-hued colors and In the back- ,
came up morning.;
It Is a wonder that Mr. McDuffy Star Intended to say Saturday ADVERTISING PAYS ground a vast spread of light, fluffy,

Miss Sa'lle Camp has returned toher I was not killed for when he was that Rector Harrison had received billowy clouds added to the scene. The 1

studies in Baltimore. thrown out the buggy turned over on news of the death of his grandmother The Star inserted a little want advertisement great orb was directly overhead when HOMES, FARMS AND LOTSNo.

him, and he was caught and dragged In Atlanta but the print made It the other day for a man the unusual condition was observed.It .

There were thirty-one arrivals at some distance. He received a heavy ay his mother. cook for a popular bachelors' mess. In elicited many exclamations of won-
We received letter Good 2 story, 8 room house. Splendid
Citrus county. a porches yard 1-4
derment and admiration.Mr. .
the Ocala House yesterday. blow in his right side above the hip
his; right leg was severely bruised by The Ocala bar this morning. In today from the mess, to the effect that acre. Near High school. A big bargain...... . . .$1300

FOR RENT-A six-room:: cottage. a kick from the horse and a big pieceof passing the customary resolutions on we might take out the advertisement, Alexander Dunskey of New No. 2 Six room cottage and 20 acres of good land with some fine

Apply to Dr. R. D. Fuller.G. flesh was gouged out of the back of he death of & member which In this as they hate now secured! a man cook. York City, one of the most expert mix peach trees. Only a mile and a half from town. Price. .$5OO :
his left hand besides several smaller case was none other than the late lamented and as he has "15; years" he will probably ologists of that place, arrived In the
No. 3. 8 house '
Splendid room new roof, newly painted etc Large
W. Kasterllng of Martin dined at cuts and bruises he had no time to General Robert Bullock took remain with them. city yesterday to take a position in ,
yard running through entire blocks South Third 2nd
the Ocala House Sunday. notice. Notwithstanding his injuries occasion to pronounce the most exalt- the up-town bar of the Carmichael street

which were severe enough to put him ed eulogies on the virtues and citizenship BENT HER DOUBLE & Son Company. Mr. Dunskey is one wart See tnis. Price............................$iSOO

Still at the top-Nnnnaiiy's Can- In bed he pluckily kept on,. first alter of the deceased. Those who spoke of the most skilled barkeepers who No. 4. Nicest small house in city. Known as Colby house in 1st I 1

dies. PostoJBce Drugstore.Mr. the horse then up town ana finally were R. L. and H L. Anderson R. A. "I knew no one for four weeks when : has ever visited the south and will ward, near in. This house is a beauty and will sell quick at i

back to his home. Burford. Judge McConathy and Carlos I I was sick with typhoid and kidney prove a drawing card for Ed's Place. the low price of--------------------------------- $18OO
Sistrunk. While all well: trouble," writes :Mrs. Annie Hunter of
L. spoke
R. C. and C. A. Davis, of Jacksonville Mr. McDuffy says that his horse I No. 5. farm
Splendid best land. Some
containing 120
are at the Montezuma.Mr. took fright at the auto when it came and beautifully the peroration of Carlos Pittsburg, Pa. "and when I got better, Mr. Irwin Reardon, formerly of acres good

In sight and he signalled to the au- Sistrunk was pronounced one of I although I had one of the best doctors this city, who was succeeding so well hard wood, some good fruit, etc. Some newly fenced. 3 1-2

G. A. Carmichael Is out again, oist to stop but no attention was the finest pieces of eloquence that has i I could get I was bent double and had with the A. C. L. Ry. In Savannah, miles south of town. Price_.__..............._.__-$12OONo.

after a short but painful Illness. paid and the machine came on at full ever been uttered In the Marion courthouse i to rest my hands on my knees when and who was compelled to give up his 6.. Nice 8 room house, large yard. Some fine shrubbery and ,:

peed, and did not slack up even when and won the profound admiration -: I walked. From this terrible affliction position on account of his III health, near \V.V.. Clyatt's home in first ward. House in good -0,

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Griffith of Valdosta the horse became uncontrollable.Mr. and commendation of all pres-'I I was rescued by Electric Bitters enlisted in the army several months condition. Cheap at.... ...............__........$23OO. .
ent. The general's memory was worthy which restored my health and and is his to San
are guests of the Montezuma.A McDuffy's buggy was entirely I ago, now on way
wrecked and he said he was afraid of all that was said in eulogy of strength, and now I can walk as Francisco from whence his regiment No. 7. Two good building lots only four blocks from square near

beautiful line of fine china In the the horse was injured. him for as a citizen of priceless integrity straight as ever. They are simply will sail on the 15th for the Fill pines. Ocklawaha avenue. Must go at once at, each. ......$25 O

most exquisite patterns at A. E. Bur- The law says very plainly that any sterling honesty and ,noble pur- wonderful. Guaranteed to cure stomach Mr Reardon likes the service very No. 8. For investment: One new 5 room cottage and 2 new 3 room

nett's. man driving an automobile, if requested poses his useful record of over fifty liver and kidney disorders. At the much and It bids fair to restore his cottages Near in. Pay m rents $17 per month, or 20 percent

to stop by the driver or rider years In Marion county is the best. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price, SOc health entirely He says he will be net on investment at the price of ....._......$85O
ot a frightened horse shall do so under : evidence. absent for two years at least, and expects -
Mr., B. S. Weathers came up from No. 9- Good S room house and 28 good lots one mile west of town.
the penalty of fine or imprisonment LOUISVILLE &: KASHYILLE R. R. to see China as well as the Fll-
Dunnellon yesterday to visit his Must be sold at ______________
or both, at the discretion of the The Epworth League held a very Ippines. once ....._..........$4OO
court. Mr. McDuffy said he would largely attended meeting Sunday af-
Best Line to If you want to buy come early or your choice will be gone. .
certainly prosecute the man responsible ternoon. Ex-Policeman W. E. Herring, who
All kinds of office supplies in our BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE, MEMPHIS -
for the accident unless the dam- Is now with P. R. Lester & Co.. at
stationery department. The Postofflce ,
age was made good. He sent in to the The finest and most beautiful hall KNOXVILLE, LOUISVILLE, ligley, passed through Ocala last ,

Drugstore. Postofflce Drugstore for medicine this racks in antique and golden ttak and CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICA- I night on his way to Clinton, N C. to Main Street Ocala.Fla

morning, and the character of the order mahogany that has ever been shown GO, and all Points NORTH and attend the funeral of his mother who

Mr. T. B. Strlngfellow. of Jacksonville showed that his Injuries had be- In Ocala McIver & MacKay. WEST, in Through Cars. died very suddenly.Mrs. .

was at the Ocala House yes- gun to tell on him.HOW'S. i
ONLY Line operating through sleepers -
terday. Mr. J. Y. McKinney of Candler was from FLORIDA to CHICAGO. Ed Carmichael and her guest.

THIS 'n town today, a guest of the Mon- Mrs. Susan Benton Cates of Waynes- Nice Meals
FOR SALE-A fine lot of.sugarcane tezuma.. ONLY line operating through sleepers boro Ga., left today to visit Jacksonville .

seed. Apply to Judge W. S. Bullock We offer One Hundred Dollars reward from FLORIDA to ST. LOUIS St. Augustine and Fernandina.

Administrator. for any case of Catarrh that Call at the greenhouse for chrysan- with DINING CAR SERVICE. I Nice Service

cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh hemums.-they are now In bloom; also FINEST Dining Car Service In the Goods that are good, at prices that ,

Mr. W. J. Beaman returned Sunday Cure. F. J Cheney & Co. Toledo. O. roses and carnations.Dr. South. ire right backed by a reputation thatwe

from a visit to his parents in Wil- i..VVe, the undersigned, have known F. fornia.THROUGH Tourist Sleepers to Cal- are proud of. Ocala Furniture Nice Place.AT .,

mington, N. C. J. Cheney for the last IS years and believe B. F. Llske. of Grahamville and Company.The .
For Information as to rates to all
him perfectly honorable In all Mr. R. L. Holly of Lynne are at the
Others may have furniture, but for business transactions and financially Montezuma. I Ii points NORTH and WEST, schedules Ocala Baptists are alive to their -Tfc -

the seme price our 'goods are better. able to carry out any obligations made and full information call on or write church and associations obligations.Last .
Ocala Furniture Geo. E. Herring Fla. Pass. Agt, L. & J125 contributed '
Company. Sunday
were ,
by> his firm.
Walding. Kinnan & Marvin, i uom house, three blocks from square. : N. R. R. 206 West Bay St. Jacksonville and during the past week $500 was THE NEW IDEA RESTAURANTOysters

W. *. Griffith and wife, of Val- Wholesale Druggists Toledo O. Fla. turned Into the treasury. The church
Applj le Isaac Stevens.
dosta, Ga, ore among yesterday's' arrivals Holl's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally I II means to go to the State Conventionat

at the Montezuma. acting directly upon the blood I Mr. and Mrs. E. C Welch and Mr.: OYSTERS ARE IN SEASONThe Bartow next week with every in All Styles

and mucous surfaces of the system. M. J. Roess, of Cornell spent yesterday -: pledge fulfilled.
Fine residence close In. on Oklawa- Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents i i
at the Ocala House. Mrs. C. L. Leitner and son of Gelger -
ha. for sale cheap If taken at once. iI Elk's Cafe the
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. I opposite were in town this morning. Mrs. AFTER-THEATER SUPPERS A SPECIALTY

Enquire of Ditto & Maloney. Take Hall's Family Pills for con- Andirons. In Iron or brass, neat and A. C. L passenger depot, is now Leitner visits the city about once a i

lira. Joyner and Miss Joyner of: itipatlon. artistic, from SI.25 to $7 per pair at serving oysters in any style. The year and when she does she does not Our Christmas Line of Candy bas Arrived in i,2, 3 and

the Marion Hardware Company.Mr. forget her favorite the Star.
Wilson, N. c.. are visiting Mrs. Joy WILL GO TO ATLANTAMrs. only a la carte house in the city. 5 pound fcoxes.

net's sister Mrs. John Pasteur. Strictly first-class in all respectsG. Frank Harris Jr., and Norton Davis -
and Mrs. L. J. Knight will move
have returned to their studies a(t
Jennie Whitfield and daughter, Into the W. !ol. Ross cottage on Okla.I .- R. TROXLER, Prop. HARRY Proprietor. j
We can suit you In either box or: the Donald Frazier school near At-
Miss Sara, will shortly close the :=; waha avenue ir. a few days.
tablet paper both as to quality and lanta. Phone 223.
voy Hotel which they have so ,
price. The Postofflce Drugstore.Mr. a-I STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Phil F. Brown of Blue Ridge Springs,
-e-t>fully conaucted for the past I The Ocala camp of Confederate
The annual meeting of the stock-
rears, and will go to Atlanta to Veterans at their monthly meetingthis Va., a former manager of the Ocala
A. P. Gilmore has rented one of: holders of the Marion Hardware
will the Palm at
morning in the city hall resolvedto House, open Royal PATRICK'S REMARKABLE CASE WRECK AT ORLANDO
Mr., P. C. Davis; cottages and moved Company will be held on Tuesday.
Any lady will be proud to possessone cast their thirteen votes fo rGeneral Fort Myers Wednesday.Mrs. .
his family back to Ocala from Oxford.. January 9, at the Central National
> of our elegant dressers and dressing Davant of Brooksville for the briga- J. B. Hiers and son of Jackson- The governor of New York has denied A wreck occurred two mile out
Bank of Ocala at 9 a. m. I ,
tables In golden oak mahogany dier general of this division. from Orlando yesterday at '7:30 on the -
Mr. E. W. Edwards, of Valdosta a ville who have been visiting Mrs. H's. the application of Albert T. Pat-
irdseye maple or white enamel. :Mc- mother. Mrs. A. E. Waterman have OvIedo branch: of the S. A. L. Ry.
brother of Mrs. Standley arrived last the be-
rick for application
Left, in the postoffice Saturday a reprieve,
Iver & :MacKay.We Mr. Isaac Stevens went up to High returned home. which might have been very Mri_
to attend the funeral of Mr. Standley. based the claim of his attor-
morning on the riling desk In the upon
Springs today to take his little grand- The train, a freight, with a mixed
and daughter back to her parents Mr. and lobby, a purse containing money. In Rev. L N. McCall. the Baptist missionary neys that they lacked time In which I coach attached struck a spread rail
Bdison phonographs, from $10 tote regret to state that Mrs. Henry Stevens. The little girl the purse was a card of :Mrs. G. W. in Cuba. Billed the pulpit at to examine the testimony In order to while
Mrs. J. P. Hllburn will leave in a fewda's on a sharp curve going at a
| each with over 400 different records has been visiting her grandparentshere Martin and the owner. Mrs. S F: San- the Baptist church Sunday morningand present an appeal to the United States
lively clip The coach was turned
for Live Oak to reside. Mr. Hil-
to select from, at A. E. Bur the excellent supreme court. The Inference might
for the past week. ders. Finder will please return to preached an sermon on
around and turned nearly over before
burn is presiding elder of the Jacksonville -
tfs. Ocala News Company and receive re- missionary work. He spoke hopefullyof be drawn from what the governor said
district the engineer could stop the train.
district and the par-
in his refusal that he will commute
"" the work in Havana and instancedthe
Come in and It It is
see our Had the train gone ten feet further
is In Live Oak. many
Mr. A. I Rowe. of Zolfo. a well sonage hopes and expectations of those Patrick's sentence to Imprisonment for
Ocala friends will miss this excellent In our line and you don't see It, ask the coach would have toppled dear
known naval stores operator and a for it. We have many goods not yet Join the Kodak Correspondence who are mastering the English lan life. The whole country Is farollar over onto Its roof, when some one

former Marlon county citizen, was at 'amily. unpacked. Ocala Music Company.Mr. 3cho I. See Gerig about It. at the guage by saying the only hope of the with the Patrick case. It has beenIn would most surely have been k led.

Montezuma today. Postofflce Drugstore.Mr. Cuban republic is to have Its citizens the courts for five years or more
All of the train, with the exception of
If you are going to put down matting think and feel as our nation does and David B. Hill has been Patrick's
Davis of the International Harvester
the coach passed over the spread rail
The finest largest and most varied we would like to show you whatwe about religious liberty. lie paid Rev. attorney for much of the time.
Company has returned from G. B. Burke of Fort PierCe Is In safely. There were forty colored passengers
lock of Jeweler's goods of all kinds have in that line. Ocala Furniture C. C. Carroll a high compliment by Patrick Is under sentence to be electrocuted
Atlanta, and Mrs. Davis from Mcintosh the city calling on his old time friends. In the front end, and twelve
shown In this market. Ocala Music Company.Dr. saying the sermons Mr. Carroll delivered during the week beginning ,
ever and are at the Montezuma again. Doctors Van and Walter Hood. Mr. white ones in the rear of Ute coach.
l Company. Jewelers.Mr. Burke, speaking of Fort Perce and its in Havana are still remem- Jan. 21, for the murder of William Only one man was Injured to speak of
and Mrs. W. H. Powers have
Marsh Rice who was a New York mil-
We have Just received the largest prosperity said our old friend Mr. bered. and he was pinned down by the More.
rented Rev. J. P. Hilburn's cottage on lionaire. Rice was a very old man,
H. C. Jones took Mr. Perry the assortment of blank books that we Dittmar, a former resident of Oxford, Fine silk umbrellas with sterling; Mr. W. J. McGehee. who arrived ten
South and will begin
Orange avenue and Patrick. It Is claimed wanted his
auctioneer to Silver Springs and down have ever shown. Bought from the but for the past fifteen years of Fort silver and other nice handles. Guaranteed last night was on tbe forward platform -
housekeeping In a few days. fortune and had planned to get It.
the run Saturday. Mr. Perry was manufacturers and the'prices are Pierce has had much to do with Its and at medium prices. At A. and Jumped off.
The chief testimony was given by
much pleased with the trip. right. The Postofflce Drugstore.A progress and advancement. He Is engaged E. Burnett's. I
The Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars on Rice's valet, who It Is asserted
the trains and Pullman Sleeping In the real estate and banking A team of horses from Standley hadn't more than half wit. Anyway I Perfection can only be attained lathe
Eye strained, if neglected mar leadto day party of young people are plan- business and is doing splendidly. Mr. .
Cars the night trains of'the Atlantic stables ran away: this afternoon and he declared that Patrick hired him to physical by allowing nature to appropriate -
total Iou of Call and on for and to Is brother-in-law of the I.
eyesight. ning a fishing hunting trip Dittmar a
Coast Line are examples of excellence continued their course In front oFishel's :f murder Rice by covering his face with and not dissipate her tm
have Dr. D. U. Boney examine them. Crystal River Saturday to last two or Doctors Hood. collided i
where they Cathartics gripe, weaken-
and comfort.Mr. rare a cloth saturated with chloroform. It resources.
Otrioe up stairs Gary building.Mr. three days.Another. and while DeWltt's Little
with a tree breaking the tcngue dissipate Early
Mr. Nix of Belleview has recently but th everybody I Risen all matter
otherwise' injuring the wagon, simply dispel putrid
Andrew J. Bryan an architect T. F. Smith a prominent naval; moved with his family to Ocala and
Good Man Gone
Wrong < the liver
animals escaped injury. In their flight was the cause of Rice's death. The and bile thus allowing to assume -
from New Orleans Is In the city fig- stores operator of Zolfo, DeSoto county Is occupying one of Mr. W. O. : 3
little but normal Good for the
they knocked down a girl Jury believed It was however, and that I actvlty.
uring with the county commissionerson : was In today transacting sey's residences out on Exposition
He neglected to take Foley's Kid- i scared Sold the
by AntiMonopoly
strange to say she was more settled it. and the Jury also believed complexion. -
the for the business. Mr. Smith's commissaryand Nix has rented the buildings ,
plans new courthouse. ney Cure at the first signs of Kidney street. Mr. : than hurt. the story of Rice's valet. Drugstore.J. .
still at Altman. P. O, four
are trouble, hoping it would wear away from Mr T. H. Wallls recently
prominent men
But there are some
DOG LOST-My dog "Jane" lost; Is miles out from Zolfo. and he was soon a victim of Bright's vacated by Mr. J. L. Smoak. and will
who are of the opinion that the case
liver colored with white specks on disease. There is danger In delay but shortly open up a blacksmith and NOTICEIn against Patrick wasn't proved; that E. CHACE
flanks. Reward for return of dog to shop In this well located stand.
If Foley's Kidney Cure Is taken at
RE D THIS: there Is a doubt of his guilt. One of s
J. R. Martin & Go's stables Ocala, the will the
once symptoms disappear, them Is Dr. McLane Hamilton Cf New DENTAL SURGEON

Fla. Brownsville Tenn, May 3L 190L kidneys are strengthened and you are Here Is what a Brooksville subscriber York. A few days ago he sent arounda

Dr. E. H. Hall: Dear Sir-I have soon sound and welL A. R. Bass or says about the Star In remitting for petition for executive clemency for Once DpsUirs, Commercial But: BId',

The handsomest carving seta ever used your Great Discovery for kidney Morgantown. Ind, had to get up ten the same: "Your paper Is grand, andIs milling Pettijohn'sBreakfast Patrick and some of the leading men

JIeeD In Ocala have Just been openedat and bladder troubles and have been or twelve times in the night and had worth $3 a year" Food the greatest of the section of country around New OCALA FLA.

the Marion Hardware Company's benefited by It and I can a severe backache and pains in the
very greatly care and skill are ex- York signed It, among them former
store. The prices run from IJ to $10 fully recommend it to anyone suffering kidneys and was cured by Foley's Kid- Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, LL. D. President Cleveland. Under the circumstances

per set in the same manner. Respectfully, ney Cure. Sold by the Postoffifice Of Waverly Texas writes: "Of a ercised to remove from the It wouldn't be surprisingIf Terms: CasSu l.f

Giles Rives Postmaster. Drugstore. morning when first arising. I often grain those properties that the governor should commute his

Miss Minnie Edwards of Petersburg find a troublesome collection of have no food value and td sentence! to life Imprisonment.

Va.. who has been the guest of Mm s. A TEXAS WONDER THEWHITE phlegm which produces a cough and the rich ripe wheatin Patrick being a lawyer has to a HdVER & MacKay

Ed Carmichael for the past week la lOne small bottle of the Texas Won- is very hard to dislodge; but a small present large extent managed his own caIn : -.

visiting her Mater Mrs. Retgrave, ID]I e'er. HalTs Great Discovery cures all quantity of Ballard's Horehound Syrup its most palatable form, several of his pleas he has shown

this city. kidney and bladder troubles remove STAR will at once dislodge It, and the with all of its qualities for very marked ability. Indeed some of FUNERAL DIRECTORS -'---

gravel cures diabetes seminal emlssions. trouble is over. I know of no medicine brain bone. mnscle and the points he has raised has attracted -

The Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars on I weak and lame backs, rheumatlsm STEAM LAUNDRY that Is equal to It, and It la so pleasantto the attention of the entire New York
the day trains and Pullman Sleeping I and all Irregularities of the kid take. I can most cordially recom- Lealth preserved. bar. It will be known In a few days

Cars on the night trains of the Atlan. reys-and bladder In both men and wo- mend it to all persona needing a medi- "Quickly Cooked:' whether or not he will have to suffer..

tic Coast Line are examples of excel. men. Regulates bladder troubles In Guarantees Satisfaction.Our cine for throat or lung troubles." Sold Digested. the death penalty.

lance and comfort. children. If not sold by your druggistwill by all druggists. "Easily EKBALHERS
rates are as reasonable
be sent mall of I You can
by on receipt SL The hunting season on.
The unIon meeting at the Presbyter One small bottle Is two months' treat as honest work can SEABOARD AIR LINE get your guns, shell*, lergins. etc, at Fine Caskets

Ian church last night drew a crow<2 I meat and seldom fails to perfect a O. K. GROCERY our store. Marion Hardware Co.
greater than the house would hold. cure. r r.. E. W. Hall sole manufacturer make them. :: :: :: New Schedule and Burial Robes

Rer. Roaeborough preached & soul P. O. Box 1%'. St. Louis. Mo. Northbound..12:57 p. m. Never so many pretty rings chains

stirring sermon on the theme Tim
Is Short. Hey Gordon's singing wai Sold by all druggists and AntiMonopoly Southbound. . . ... ... 2:20 p. m. display at our store In a few days. All] Work Done by Licenced En

greatly: appreciated.: Drugstore. OCALA FLA., Southbound... ... ... ... %:30 a. m. Phone 174. Clark Bros.. Props I Ocala Music Company. Jewelers. balmers and Fully Goartnteeg

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We are going to sell a I The Food That Does Good I is one respect in which the people of THE
a foreign country would have the better OR1GINAi1kjNEmi
THE PRICE cf A NIGHTS I f( of us, Individually. Were each

i iOrlglnaL own people each living human beingin
on the bowels, and thus assist in expelling

[ 1 France would have $35; or $10 more colds from the system is new and originalin
advertise our store, the price i izffF $ J 70 j than each person In our country under
One evening more than two and a
If not sold today it will be less tomor- half centuries ago a man stopped at a .lie Cod similar circumstances. Meantime, the Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.LAXATIVE.
Liver OH EmuWon"for EaxSenet"for
divided cash of Great Britain would
row. Watch this ad. and you may get TODAY peasant's cottage In the neighborhood II IIof Cough Colds Influenza. Bronchitis La drip I
give each Briton only $18: in Germany -
Seville and asked for a tght's lodg '
Sore Throat and Leg Catarrh. PnnMMoia.Consumption .
it for $2. ing. A young girl opened tLe door and I and all fclmooaiy: Pleases AllDrogzUu. the cash per capita would

a bade him enter. The stranger was so .two cite.SOe.and $L amount to only $17 Russia. 18 and A certain, safe and harmless remedy for "a'. '

struck with her beauty that he scarcely 1'1 TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL Japan $3. while In Cuba each person all Coughs, Colds,Croup,Whooping Cough
OCAlA MUSIC CO1 beard her : would get only a $2 bit
Such as say we have to offer, senor we i so all tending name and addre**toOZOMULS10N Of the world's $12.00000.000 in cash La Grippe Bronchitis Influenza and all

will give cheerfully, but It la very lit- I CO. 93 Pine Strttt New YorkPIMPLES 2000000.000 are right here in the and Bronchial affections. Mothers HOllEY'Lung

tie." \i' I United States. And one twentyfifthof
JEWELERS. praise the children's favorite Kennedy'sLaxative
With hIs eyes still fixed on the girl I all the cash in gold in the world Is

the stranger entered the living room, : stored in New York alone. This gold, Honey and TarCOUGH

i where sat an old woman her mother this symbol and synonym for wealth Tn

who brought to bear on him a pair of comes, like all things else from the SYRUP
R. MARTIN & CO. ground from mines. Here again we
J. cunning eyes as If to learn whether i "'1 tried all kind of blood r ni 41e. which r.nea
he had means to pay for his entertain- to tllutMrac do me ear rood.wa bat fall I Dimples..d alaa and righ black-aAi.. lead all nations!, for we ourselves produce Prepared .t the Laboratory of K. C. DeWtTT CO.. CHICAGO. T7. .. A.

bead. After Cuvareta alilefa. I one-third of all the gold. Our B9TXZ RID CLOTKB BLOSSOM AID TEE EOXXT BXB 1. 03 BTXBT
ment. The stranger was well dressed, : ucioc they. ameontiaaiDV BOTnLSOLD
the .... of them aad ...,0..41,,,.
and the old woman Judging' that he them tom) fn nd*. I feet Hoe wbea I n.. 'a tbe chief contributions to this product are BY THE ANTI-MONOPOL Y DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLA.

GENERAL LIVERYMENFine had money, said: ;, moraine; *Hope* to have a chance to recommendCaacaretc the mines of Colorado, South Dakota. ASK FOR THE 190C KODOL ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDARRAILROAD
Fred C. WI"...,.7 "We are very poor, senor but Judg- J
let suffer for Consider merely Cripple Creek! Asunder
Ing that you will not us j
i Best for
the night's entertainment we will take ] a magician's wand that region
I The Bowels TICKETS
Carriages and Traps ;you In. Teresa go and prepare the has In fourteen years developed until
room for guests." it now covers at least 130 square miles

Drummers, Carryalls. Saddle Horses, etc. Teresa went out looking very much with many cities and towns connected -
mortified. She bad understood the cAnor CATnaRTICf with one another by raiL Here is

stranger to ask for the treatment of a an earnest sober population engagedIn

FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses guest and had wished so to grant his I' the business of extracting precious CHEAPER THAN EVER

request. The stranger understood the metals from the mountains to the

old woman's avarice, but said nothing. tune, some years of 25000000. So
Pleasant Palatable.Potent TuteOood.Do Good. 1=2 RATEPlus
Fie did not even promise to pay for his i Kerer 8ic...... Weaken or Grip le,tee,Me.Kerei much for the work of man in securIng -
old la balk Tb. c.....i.. table tamped C C C.
and Mules for Sale. Horses entertainment. Teresa got up a good i Guaranteed to ear or roar money baec. the raw materials for money. -
Boards by the Month at Special Rate. supper of which the stranger partook I: Sterling Remedy Co..Chicago or N.Y. 593 $2XX>, on January 2 and 16, and February 6 and 20

heartily and after It was over and she ANNUAL SALE, TEN .MILLION BOXES Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Abso-

was washing the dishes he sat with the lutely Harmless MEMPHIS TO DALLAS

J. R. MARTIN & CO. I mother."Your daughter has a rare beauty" I THE WORLD'S CASH The fault of -giving children medi-

be said.
cine containing injurious substances. $9.05
"Do ;yon think sotVe all consider (Leslie's Weekly.)
I Is sometimes more disastrous than the
her beautiful Sbe should make a fine
Let how actual
us see much cash disease from which they are suffer- Proportionate Rates to all other points in Texas, and to points In Arkansas,
match with such beauty. Yet all the there is in the pocketbooks of various Ing. Every mother should know thatChamberlain's Oklahoma, Indian Territory Kansas, Colorado Wyoming and New Mexico.
money she Is to get Is 2iriO philips. nations and understand,
by comparlcon. Cough Remedy is per- If you are going, write me today and say how many in your party, where
She Is to a merchant of Seville
engaged how rich The total
we really are. fectly safe for children to take. It you wish:! to go, and the day you will start I will name you the lowest rate
Restaurant. and that is all he will give. lie
stock of in gold silver and -
: money uncovered contains nothing harmful and for .
and call on you and arrange for your
should give twice as much, especiallysince trip.I.
paper, in the whole world
coughs, colds and croup is unsurpassed. E. REHLANDER,
be is fifty" years old while she Isbut amounts, in round figures, to $12,000- For sale at Postoffice Drugstore; MISSOURI PACIFIC RY. Trav. Pass.. Agt.
seventeen. 000000. In the United States the total
During the evening, while the stran- i stock of money amounts to about $2- store. IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. Chattanooga, Tenn.SEABOARD .

with the mother and
ger was sitting
000,000. Hence we have In our own
daughter, there was a timid knock at purse one-sixth of the cash of the COLORED PEOPLE'S DEPARTMENTREV.
Fist Class Meals the door and a young man but a few
% globe. These figures-and this Is a
years older than Teresa came In. The AIR-LINE RV:
fact which must:! be emphasized
stranger,: noted the expressions on all no represent the wealth of nations. J. E. A. KEELER. Editor.
three faces and read a story In them.
Far from it. These figures represent
merely the available hard cash. Divide Star dues are in order.
daughter cast pathetic glances at the
this hard cash of the earth Among
newcomer and appealing glances at SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAILFOR
the inhabitants thereof, and each man Think feel be and
Personal right right right
Room until midnight.
Dining open her mother. The young man was the
woman and child would have $10. But -
you wii always succeed.
orders picture of despair. The story told was
attention given to special anythingthe divide the hard cash of the United Savannah Columbia Camden. Southern Pines. Richmond. Washington Bal
the but the
market offers prepared for the table on that man having young no people money loved to give the States among the people thereof and Two houses to rent in good shape. timore. Philadelphia. New York.
Tucker HilL Apply to Jos. Sampson.
each of us would have $25. And here
short notice. mother would not grant her consent.
The rest had been given by the mother Comfortable lodging and good'board

Dumb Walter Connects With Bar when she said that Teresa had been at the Old Reliable :Mack House West MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTONLY

cold for 2.000 philips. THE :Broadway.
Waiters and Choice Viands. The stranger sat quietly watching LINE operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New
Skilled Cooks Attentive
Sisters Commise and Casminski.
all this. The mother vainly tried to Orleans.
faithful members of Mt. Zion A. M. E.I .
freeze out the young man. but he hung PACIFIC Other information of
Special Price to Regular Boarders on In spite of her scowls for an hour, church. are quite sick. I John Dozier Agent. W. W. Condon, C. T. A.

when be arose and took his leave. i f Ocala, Florida.
p'PS Zion M. E. church had a crowded
Teresa went to the door with him. 0 RAILWAY A. O. MacDonell. A. G. P. A. D. C BoyUton. Jr_ P. A.
I hcuse last night. Rev. W. O. Bartley
THE OARffllSHAEL & SON GOAt and the stranger, who had sharp ears I preached an able sermon. Jacksonville Florida.

heard their parting words: _.
'Carlos, we must be resigned. Mother Eastern .
The Great Lost-A beautiful emblem gold pin.

McGrath's Stand will never consent to my marrying with a set in the lion's paw. Finder
and Western Line
without money. will be rewarded $1. B. C. Cody.

"I cannot be resigned to such a fate.I Across the Entire States ol Through Tourist Cars
shall seek death either In the bull For comfortable lodging and first

ring or as a soldier." class board call at the Marion House.

HOUGH BROTHERS Then there was a long silence, and TEX? and lUUISI fA{ Mrs. P. G. Gowens. Proprietress.The Personally Conducted to

the stranger knew that Teresa was inCarlos'
editor is of but
out town today,
The next heard
-oWe arms. wasTeresa's
will retur ntomorrow. Pass the word
the stairs
footstep on going to
give Free Presents, consisting of Turkey Roasters Hall Racks. Towel her room. Direct Line to along and be ready when he comes.

Racks Silver Coffee Pots, etc. with every pound package of Baking In the morning before rising from the
Mt. Zion A. M. E. church held a
Powder at 60 cents per pound. breakfast table the stranger Mid: NORTH TEXAS splendid communion service yesterday

"Senora I am to that I
Tickets for. other valuable presents given with every purchase of Soap have not sufficient sorry funds with say me to NEW MtXICC afternoon. Seventy-one persons com- The Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its

Soap Powders. Starch. Coffee and Extracts. discharge my indebtedness but I thinkthat ARIZONAand muned. up-to-date equipment, courteous attendants and many comforts.

.Vita every pound of Tea at 60c. we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitch I can suggest a way by which you St. James Episcopal :Mission:! School It's the easy way to tra\'ei-no changes of cars, or other wore

er. Pudding Pan or Cake Mould.: can be paid. I am an artist of Seville opened,this morning with pleasing and
t: If your daughter will sit for me for CALIFORNIA hopeful prospects. Send along your ries.Are

'With every 25 cents worth of Laundry Soap, we will give a Mixing Bowl her portrait I will pay a phlllp for little ones.Yesterday you going to California? Investigate this way of traveLYou'll

each sitting." RITK FOB NSW BOOK OF TEXAS. FSEB be to find how
Every article and every present is first class and fully guaranteed and "And how many sittings will yon require was quite a busy day aMt surprised cheaply you can go.

your money will be refunded If both are not aa represented. ?" asked the old woman greedily E. P. TURNERGeneral :Moriah Baptist church. Electionof

: FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Twenty to thirty." deacons and communion were the

The old woman's features that bad Passenger Agent !special features.
Full Particulars and illustrated literature of
Manufacturers of Pure Fancy Home-Mad Candies.
when the
on a severe expression DALLAS. TEXAS
South Main St. Give Us a Call. Ocala, Florida. stranger said be could not pay relaxed. Wood! Wood! delivered in any part J. F. VAN RENSSALAER Gen. Agt,
of the city at $1 load. Satisfactoryloads
Even 20 philips! would be far in excess per
of oak. pine light Atlanta Gaj
of his Indebtedness. So it was
__ '_-, _' ___ __ : __-.- _.::_ _: -:- _- '"_ - agreed that Teresa should go Into the Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter E. J. Burley, foot of South Main

city every day when bidden till the 4SS8, Laws of Florida. street. Southern Pacific.ARRIVAL

picture should be finished. Before the Notice is hereby given that H. I. .
Old Folk's
Safe and Sure.CURES Keep In memory the entertainment -
stranger departed he said that if Teresa Anderson, purchaser of Dunnellon tonight at Mitchell's hal
should choose the portrait Instead of city tax certificates No. 25, 26,
In interest of Mt Zion A. M. E. church.
her pay as a model it should be hers. 21 and 30, dated the 4th day
Admission. 15; cents, and a couple for
This threw the old woman Into a pas of June, A. D. 1903 has filed said
sion, and she accused the stranger of certificates in my office and has made % AND

Intending to pay nothing In the end. application for tax deed to Issue in Alonzo Walker the hustling butcher -

S f Teresa was punctual at the sittings accordance with law. Said certificates has opened a market in the stall IN OCALA VIA

and quite often the artist summoned embrace the following described formerly occupied by :Mr. Bankston.

Carlos as well, saying that be desiredto property situated in the town of First class meats, fish vegetables, etc,

call out her best expression. When Dunnellon :Marion county. Florida kept in first class order. Give him a
the work was finished Teresa advisedby to-wit: Lots %19, 261. 306. SOT. in townof triaL City market.If .

the artist without consulting her Dunnellon and ne% of se% and

mother chose it Instead of her pay as nw1,4 of se,4, see 35, tp 16, r 18, e. The you desire fruit vegetables and
model. The artist put the portrait up said land being assessed at the Sate choice family groceries, call at Men ( in effect November 26, 1905.)

for her at auction.It of the issuance of such certificates in tion.s Grocery below the city market.A Between AntraU.

happened that Don :Miguel de Re- the name of Unless lot of fine 1906 calendars to give to Departures
No. 82, Daily, 1:20 A. M. No. 21, Daily, 1:55 A. M.
bera. to whom Teresa was to be sold said certificates shall be redeemed customers free of charge. You will

saw the picture on exhibition. On theday according to law tax deed will issue will certainly be pleased with them. Rochelle. Palatka. Jacksonville Savannah Charleston RfefezMod.

of the sale be went to the auction, thereon Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York.
on the 8th day of Janu
where a throng of bidders were collected ary, A. D. 1906. The cervices, morning and evening Pullman'Buffet Sleepers St. Petersburg to Jacksonville ceaeeet at

COUGHS COLDS. CONSUMPTION. BRONCHITIS, and when the sale commenced Witness:! my cfficlal signature and yesterday, at St. James Episcopal Jacksonville with Pullman Sleepers to New York. Dining Car Jacksonville

COUGH SORE THROAT HOARSENESS he bid as high as a thousand philips. seal this the 4th day of December A. church yesterday, were excellent. Rev. to New York.

LOSS OF VOICE LOOSENS THE PHLEGM AND EASES But the bidding went far above this, D. 1905. S. T. Slstrunk. J. B. Brown the minister conductedthe

i EXPECTORATION/HEALS THE LUNGS. and the picture was at last knocked Clerk Circuit Court. :Marion Co, Fla. prayer service and preached two No. 78, Daily, 1:00 P. M. No. 89, Daily, 2:35 P. M.
down for 10,000 philips. able sermons to the edification of an
the BEST for Rochelle, Gainesville Palatka Jacksonville. Parler Cars St. Petersburg
Endorsed by leading physicians as remedy The lovers who had DO Idea that the present.
Children's Croup and Whooping Cough because painting would bring much more than STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGThe to Jacksonville. Connects at Jacksonville with Sleeper for St.
.A. W.. the world champion Thomasrine and Montgomery also Dixie Flyer Sleeper
Walker via ;
contains NO OPIATES. The action of Bollard's Hore- was doe Teresa as model could not annual meeting of the stock- Louis
hound Syrup is mild and benign adapted to infant as well understand what all this furore meant holders of the Central National Bank barber. Is in the city, and has again for St. Louis and Chicago via. Tifton. :Macon and Atlanta. -

as adults of every variety of temperament and constitution. Indeed. Teresa was so confused that Ocala will be held at the offices of opened his shop at No. 92 the North Florida Magnolia No. 21, Daily, 2:00 A. M. No. 21, Dally, 1:55 A. M.
she did not know at what price the portrait the bank on Tuesday. January 9, 1906, street opposite
I Read This RemarKable Testimonial.MRS. House. Shaving, hair cutting, shampooing St. Petersburg and Intermediate points.No. .
had been sold. Carlos knew and at 11 a. m. A full meeting of the
etc.. In first class style. Toolskept
B. W. EVANS. Clearwater. Ka*. writes:-"My husbandwas stood with a singular expression on bis stockholders is requested.The 89, Daily, 2:55 P. M. No. 78 Daily, 12:40 P. M.
sick for three months and the doctors told me he had quick con- face. Teresa was now rich for a peasant Central National Bank. :: in fine order. Honing razors

sumption. We procured &bottle of Bollard's Horehound Syrup,and and could marry whom she pleased. By Geo. H. Ford. Cashier. guaranteed. Give him a call. Tampa St. Petersburg and Intermediate points.No. .

it cared him. He is now a but we always keep a bottle But would she marry so poor a
The Palace Restaurant corner of 10:05 A. M. No. 48, Daily, 6:00 P. M.
45, Daily,
tn the house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary diseases. person as himself! STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING

I Easy to Take; Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed.THREE The artist took the couple to a sd Notice is given that the annual Fort open King for and business.:Magnolia Choice street Is meals new Juliette High Springs. Dupont \\'aycrou.No. .

SIZES. 25c. .s0c. SI.OO.BALLARDS room and explained the matter. Teresa meeting of the stockholders of the lunches etc, served in royal style at 47, Daily, 3:00 P. M. No. 46, Daily, 12:20 P. M.

SNOW LINIMENT CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.. .!' "But threw herself did into the Carlos' arms.fetch so Greenwood Cemetery will be held In reasonable rates. Soup daily; oystersin Juliette Dunnellon. Homosassa, BrooksvQIe,. Trilby and local points.No. .
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- - - '-._ - the city of Ocala. Florida on the third every style. Special terms to
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u much asked Teresa.
No. 44 Sun. 9:40 A. M.
Sunday. Daily ex. ,
Tuesday:! in January, A. D, 1906. at the weekly boarders. Special department 49, Daily, Except
The them back to the
artist took auction
hour of 10 o'clock a. m at the office for white customers. Breakfast from Juliette, Dunnellon. Homosassa.
room and pointed to the name
of the secretary. W. S. Bullock. 5 till 9 dinner. 12 till 3 S till
; : cupper
. Jacksonville and St.
painted !m the corner of the portrait Trains 82 and 21 carry sleepers Petersburg.
Murino.: ALICE CHEEi"ER. Secretary. 9. Lunches at all hours. Fruits d- Trains 82 and 85 carry Pullman Sleepers between New York Jackson

LUMBeR NOTICEThe gars, etc3L: Middlebrooks, Prop. ville; Dining Car service through between Jacksonville and Jersey City

Always Increases the StrengthA Jacksonville and Pullman
For Sale-At 1* Green's barbershop Day Coaches between Washington. Sleepers
reasonable amount of food thoroughly city clerk and tax assesor o f : One clipper grinder four improved Trains 78 and 89 between Jacksonville and New York and JacksonviHe and

digested and properly assimilated the city of Ocala will be in his office: lamps two large and one small Chicago via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Route, and to St. Louis via Montgomeryand

win always increase the during office hours during the monthof mirror seven 'razors six pair clippers L. & N, and via Tifton and Dixie Flyer Routes, without changer
RtUCH January 1944, for the of
OR DRESSED strength. If your stomach Is a '"littleotr' purpose receiving one bowl: and pitcher two razor hones PULLMAN PARLOR CARS ON TRAINS LEAVING OCALA 1:00 P.
tax returns for the year 1906.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest Tax return blanks furnished by the one heater one large water pot. one M. for JACKSONVILLE and from JACKSONVILLE to ST. PETERSBURG. __
what you eat and enable the digestive fine barber pole two fine razor mugs
i See or Phone city clerk. John, 1L Graham Key West and Havana Steamers leave Port Tampa Sundays Tuesday
H : organs to assimilate and transform all comb and brush one hydraulic barber
City Clerk and Tax Assessor for Ocala. and Thursdays 11:40 P. M.
foods Into tissue-building blood. Ko chair, one Eclipse barber chair, one
: B.' H. SEYMOUR\ dol relieves sour stomach belcbingheartburn (Ocala Fja., Jan. 2. 1906. fine musical Instrument one neck For full information regarding rates, reservations, etc, call en Atlantis

and all forms of Indigestion brush, one eye shade and license paid. Coast Lin Agents, or

; palatable and strengthening Foley's Honey sad Tar Removal to Jacksonville reason for J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass. AgL Tampa, Fla.; W. J. CRAIG", CUn.

PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla. Sold:'by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. 'srctiUiJrea. .sure. No opl8t sale. Zj. Green Barber. 'ass. Agt.; H. M. EMERSON Traffic Mgr Wilmington N C.

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