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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: December 21, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID02998
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Choice Fresh Family Gruc
cries, always on hand from
which to do your marketing.
Send or bring us your or
ders and they will have
prompt attention

No. 98 North Magnolia St.

Phone 132

Electrical Supplies.
I have a well selected stock
of Electric Fans, in both the
General Electric Co. and the
Westinghousemakr. The lat-
ter cost a little more, but re-
quire less current to operate
them. I also carry in stock
Fancy Globes, High, Low
Lights, etc.
All kinds of electrical work
and repairing done at reason-
alble prices, under a full guar-
antee. If your lights are out
of fix, or you need wiring
done, phone to No. 222.

Walter Tucker.


A BfT Load for $1

Agoqk - -w- lr

Are as common in India as are stom-
ach and liver disorders with us. For
the latter, however, there is a sure
remedy: Electric Bitters, the great re-
storative medicine, of which S. A.
Brown, of Bennettsville, S. C., says:-
"They restored my wife to perfect
health after years of suffering with
dyspepsia and a chronically torpid
liver." Electric Bitters cure chills and
fever, malaria, biliousness, lame back,
kidney troubles and bladder disorders;.
Sold on guarantee by Tydings & Co,
druggists. Price 60 cents.

Three Men Killed by an Explosion of
Christmas Fireworks in
'Savannah. Ga., Dec. 21.-An explo-
Sion at a fire in Carbon's fireworks
factory here last night caused the
death of three firemen and the serious
injury of three others.
George M. Moore, assistant chief
of the department and Fireman E. H.
Daly died this morning from the ef-
fects of the injuries they received.
This makes a total of three deaths
from the explosion. Three other fire-
men were injured, but they are be-
lievPd to be Improving today.
Favorite tonic is White's Cream Ver-
mifuge,. the cure for women and all
children's diseases. It not only kills
the worms, but removes the mucus
and slime In which they build their!
nests. Its action on the child is mild
and lea\es him in a healthy condition.
Joe Daniel. Surmac, Tenn., says that
he gave one of his children White's
Cream Vermifuge when the doctor
thought it had colic, and from the first
dose the child passed 78 worms. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Buffalo. New York, Dec. 2)--Four
persons were killed and one fatally
burned in a small fire In the Zenobla
apartment house on Prospect street at
the corner of West Huron street, last












Have Cut Through Five Miles of Roek
and in Three More WiM Strike
the Muck and send
"The dredges working from Fort
Lauderdale into tie Everglades have
already cut their way through the shale
rock," aid a resident of Fort Lauder-
dale to a reporter of the Miami Me-
tropolis this week, "and have only three
miles further to go before getting out
of the shale rock and striking muck
and sand. when the progress will be
easier and more rapid."
frequently results from neglect of clog-
ged bowels and torpid liver, until con-
stipation becomes chronic. This con-
dition is unknown to those who use
Dr. King's New Life Pills; tie best
and gentlest regulators of stomach and
bowels. Guaranteed by Tydings & Co.,
druggists. Price 25 cents.
Their Warships Will Come to Frisco.
The Honolulu Story Was a Fake
San Francisco, Dec. 21.-A Japanese
warship will visit San Francisco within

Imprisoned r L IVe
Mter u, Albany, NY. Y Dec. 21.--Albert T. A n ( ft c n
Pree"J iPid Patrick, the convicted slayer of Mil- A nice U e of C it Glass and
ilonaire William T. Rice, will not die
f ml PIN- 1- In the electric chair as sentenced. C[ *y .
IGov. Higgins yesterday commuted Silvetw are.
F mcy Cakes the death sentence of Patrick to life
imprisonment, and this will be the
Fell Pa es Si Data final ending ,of a most noted case and
;onethat has for yearM held the pub-
Pon FWlie attention.
Patrick is a lawyer and five years UOCALA M U SI CU.
S ago he was convicted and sentenced
A to death for the murder of William
C(rma a -1 T. Rice, a Texas capitalist. The case J WtLERS, OCALA, FLA.
was appealed to court after court and
Cram er.ry Sm 81 a fought in every conceivable way, Pat-
rick always maintaining his Innocence
and declaring that he would not ask
clemency, but would establish his irn- E. L LODGE No. i
Snocence and free himself in the courts.
Within th,> last few months it is Notice of Sesion of
underetod tat Patrick's wife, bellev- Ocala Lodge No. 1 Conventions held every Monday at
ing there was no hoe of securing his Benevolent and Pro-t7:30 p. m. Castle Hall over Peyser's
ABOUT THE EYES liberty, persuaded her husband to ask S tective Order of Elks. store. A cordial welcome to visiting
the governor of New York for clem- brothers. Jake Brown, c. C.
--encyo Rewular sessions on 2nd and 4th Chas. K. Sage, K. RL S.
Your eyes are subject to as many tuesday in each month. Visiting
different deofota as the body is to de- IN PRAISE OF brothers cordially invited. FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
Win. Anderson, Exalted Ruler.
fermsntle. Whereas it should be one CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY David S. Williams. Secretary. An Evening-tar to read and take
ef the most pTVet organ of the body. c away with you free, with your meals,
It Is natural that you should need There- s hn other medicine manufac- THE TEXAS WONDER at Keating's Cafe.
.. .... tuerd that hus received so much praise .
gI9Mes for reading, writing, sewing and so many expressions of gratitude Cur.-, all kilney, bladder and rheu-
and ether oloes work. Between the a" (Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It matic trouble, Sold by all drugstores, W. H. TYSON
^ ^ ^ ^ ^^,1alv^ ^ ^*^ -,.,.. ..t- 'u .n- ", ,n 'W I1
ases of 40 to 50, a perfect eye should is .-tfectivt: and prompt relief follows 1,) two iorith treatment by mail for
need glazes at this age to relieve them its usv. Grateful parents everywhere $1. Dr. E.. \W. Hall, .926 Olive street, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in,. High
t.e do nothesitate to testify toitsmeritsSt. Louli, MN,. S-n'd for testimonials. I Grade Whiskies, Wines and Brand-
m n strain when ueforOlO orfor the benefit of others. It Is a cer- Sold in Oceala by the Anti-Monopoly is, Fine Cigars, Etc
near work. Many young people need tain cure for croup and will prevent Drugstor. Next door to the Marion Farms
glamM early in life to relieve th* the attack if given at the first appear-
varIous forms of eyestrain, which is ance of the disease. It is especially BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE Stables; 'phonse, 88. We are the only
the eause of 75 per cent. of all head- adapted to children as it is pleasant
t to take and contains nothing injurious. You can get a splendid, established 25 South Magnolia street. Ocala. Fla.
eohe Just think: It has been proven Mr. E. A. Humphrey, a well known business, lease on the store, or can
by eminent authorities that 3 people resident and clerk In the store of Mr. purchase ihe store if preferred. Apply MORE FINE STOCK COMING
out of every 4 that have headaches E. Locke, of Alice, Cape Colony, South to F- W. Ditto, quick.
have defective eyes. Glass are the Africa, says: "I have used Chamber- -Having sold out the caroa s of fine
lain's Cough Remedy to ward off DRESSED CHICKENS horses and mules we received a short
remedy, because they CORRECT the croup and colds nmy family. I found -- time ago, our Mr. Hugh Nichols has
DKFECTS. When properly fitted threat to be very satisfactory and it gives There are a fine lot of dressed chick- gone to market for another car of fine
is no eye strain. When you get reaoyvmrr. pleasure to recommendl it." For 'ens. young and fat. at Meffert and Tay- animals, which will be here in a few
to be lived ot the" headache. can sal.. by all druggists. lor's cIld storage rooms, where a sup- days. This load will be well worth
S e ply will he kept until after the holidays, waiting for, and we ask you to come
ndm me. I make a speclty of cor- STEAMER BLEW (all at the cold storage if you wish and see them on their arrival.
resting eyes where others fail. Satis ___ psome of the poultry. Tompkins & Nichols.
faction guaranteed, or money refund- An Old-Fashioned Accident on the __ ____ ________ ___ __________
ed. My references are those that I Mississippi River--
have relieved. Vicksburg, Miss., Dec. 21.-One of
DR. D. M. BONEY, the most disastrous accidents In the
Eyesight specialist. Optical Parlors history of the Missismippi river occurr-
ed yesterday. when the steamer W. T.
2 and 4 Gary Building, Ocala, Fla. Scovell, plying In the Vicksburg and
Davis Bend trade, wan destroyed by
an explosion. B.
A Clhoice Stock Owing to the large umber of ne-
A Ch e Sto k groes on board It is impossible to as-
O/f Fresh Beef Pork certain the exact number of the dead -
SFr sh Beet, Pr k and injured, but officers of the boat
who arrived here last night state that u
-And M uttoln, no less than ten or more than sixteen -U
were killed. The probabilities are that
Vegetables, Fruits, Pout a like number were injured. m
Vgetbles, FruitsF Poltry, our white men were killed and four
Eggs.. Fish. Ovatcrs and Injured. L_

few months, despite all re-
the contrary.
days ago a statement was
from Honolulu to the effect
Japanese consul there said
Japanese vessels would not
port in February as intend-
gave as a reason for this

change in plans that his government
feared a repetition of the Maine In-
The Japanese consul here tolay au-
thorizes the statement that his gov-
ernment has made no change in its
plans, that the ship would come to
San Francisco as originally intended
and that his government did not antic-
ipate that anything would happen to
the ship in American waters.
Passed Examination Successfully
James Donahue, New Britain, Conn,
writes: "I tried several kidney reme-
dies, and was treated by our best phy-
sicians for diabetes, but did not im-
prove until I took Foley's Kidney Cure.
After the second bottle I showed Im-
provement, and five bottles cured me
completely. I since passed a rigid
examination for life insurance." Fo-
ley's Kidney Cure cures backache and
all forms of kidney and bladder troub-
le. Sold by all druggists.
I have on dlspl .y a splendid line of
sterling silver knives, forks and spoons.
You are cordially invited to coma in
and see the goods.
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
The First Great Grandson of the
President of the Southern
Colorado Springs, Col., Dec. 21.-Mrs.
Gerald B. Webb, wife of a well known
physician, yesterday gave birth to the
first great grandson of the late pres-
ident Jefferson Davis, of the Confeder-
ate States.
Mrs. Webb was formerly Miss Vir-
ginia Hayes, daughter of J. Addison
Haye(., of this city. Mrs. Hayes-is a
daughter of Jefferson Davis.
Mrq. Webb only recently returned
from an extended trip to England,
Switzerland and other European coun-
tries with her husband. Their return
was hurried in order that the first
great grandson of Jefferson Davls
might be born on American soil.
It is understood the baby Webb will
be christened "Jefferson Davis Webb."
This Will Interest Dyspeptioe
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will
give you back 50 cents (purchaZing
price) If Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy
fails to relieve or cure dyspepsia or
indigestion, or theft symptoms, bad
breath, bad dreams, foul taste, consti-
pation, hawking, spitting, acid or gas
on the stomach, dizzy spells, heart
flutter, pains in the stomach, side or
back, extreme nervousness, belching.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when
all else fails, so don't be discouraged.
It strengthens weak stomachs. The
star of hops for all dyspeptics. Cures
the worst cases. Druggists or by ex-
press, 50c. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore,
Ocala, Fla. Call or write.
We are agents for the New Home
Sewing Machine and carry them in
stock. Call and see the machines and
get prices. Sold on time is preferred
Pittman & Son, the furniture men.

Uncle Steve Long and family have
moved to Ocala.
Joe; High, of Georgia, is visiting his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Our teacher, Miss Julia Fosner, Is
going to spend Christmas In Thomas-
ville, Ga.
Claude Geiger has recovered from
hia recent sickness and resumed work.

L H. SUTCh meger. J. .

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Come in and enjoy a oold drink or saucer of, reamtundr
the electric fans. Don't forget the place.

Next to Munroe & Chamh1IWb ""l 1 -'
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We are Equipped to do the Very Best Work and lme O lm
the Latest and Best Methods.

Chapel and Undertaking Parlors Corner Main Strb"z 4d
Oklawaha Avenue.

Day Phone, No. 10; Night Phone, No 197.
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Iron Beds, $2.50. p.

Sideboatds, $11.50 up.

China Closets, $15 a4 up.







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rVENING STAR A Heavy Load to Cany.
Alone& with dyspepsIa COMe nervous
aTm aw 4 MI-health. Why? Be- a
L. MTTINGER &CO. ae a ordered stomach does not per .
Smlt the food to be properly ted, and
C. L. wa-. d.- R. R. C,4r Its products asimflated by thre system.
C ...~~he. i"blood is charged with poisons which a
frwrlstort and Publishers. Vcome from this disordered diction, and a
_--_ -- In turn the nerves are not m ed on good, L
- .. .. red blood, and we aee symptoms of nerv- M
C. L. SITTINGER, ousess sleeplemsnew and general break-
it.. .Ge..n erWl Managw down It is Dot head work nor over phy- P
or d <-nwi M sic al exertIon that does It, but poor stom- "
S-----ach work. With poor, thin blood the
R. R CARROLL, body Is ot protected against the attack w
CityMitr and Bu. es Manager. of germs of grip. bronchitis and consump-
~City [to" *nd B e Mantiol. Fortify the body at once with r.
P_ ere's Golden Medical Discovery a e
rue combination of madve medicinal
MORE HOT SHOT roots without a particle of alcohol or a
FOR& THE C S L dangerous habit-forming drugs, c
FOR THE COAST LINE AlIttle book of extracts, from promi- 8
The testimony before Attorney Gen- Dent medical authorities extolling ever
oral Ellis continued throughout the day ing edSe contained In Dvery w ibeces
Thusda. Wenthe Star reporter ar- 0-d Medical Discovery will be mailed
Thursday. When uthe tarreporter a- free y re on request by postal 1
rived upon the scene in the afternoon card or letter. qst Dr. y V. ierce, s
Mr. King, who is master mechanic of Buffalo, N. Y. .j
a big mall at Fivay. and olsa of the Many years of active practice convinced
Tampa and Brooksville railroad, which Dr. Pierce of the value of many native
the same firn that owns the mill roots as medicinal agents and he went to
the ame firm that owns the mill o- great cxpense, both in time and in money,
crates, was talking and some of his bo perfect his own peculiar processes for L
testimony was decidedly breezy. In rendering them both efficient and safe for
reference to the condition of some of tonic, alternative andml rebut.ding agents,
the track of the A C. L. in his sec- The enormous popularity of 'Golden
t .he ta It was disjo..inted and that M- i Discovery" is due both to Its V
ton he a aid it was disjointed and that simfe compounding and to the actual
It really made hls hair stand on end medicinal value of its ingredients. The 9
when he rode over it. He said that publication of the names of the ingredi- 1
t1e average time for freight to arrive ents on the wrapper of every bottle sold,
from Jacksonville, Tampa and Ocala gve full assurance of its non-alcoholic
was from twelve to fourteen days. character and removes all objection to
Speaking from twelve to fourteen machinery the use of an unknown or secret remedy.
pekl of-a hItpment of machinery i s not a patent medicine nor a secret
from the Ocala Iron Works he said one either, ThIs fact puts it in a cla&
that it was shipped on the 7th of this aUbVt1i/elf, bearing as it does uponevery ]
month and, nad not reached the mill bottew. P PrThe Badge of Holty, In s
yet. causing delay in repairing mach- 0heae vey full UstoItn rdens
ery that would entail loss of thous- Them Golden Medical Discovery" curms
ry that wou ental los oweak stomach, indigestion, or dyspepsia,
hands of dollars. He gave an interest- torpid liver and biliousness ulceration of
ing and amusing account of a box of stomach and bowles and all catarrhal af- ,
machinery shipped by express to Ocaa fectiops nomatter or organs
that was to arrive on the same train ay be affected with It. Dr. Pierce's
that he wto .... .__on.Sa eaensnt Pellets are the original little
that he was a paenger on. Speaking iver pills. first put up 40 years ago. They
of lost freight he said & car left Jack- regulate and invigorate, stomach, liver
sonvllle Nov. 24 and has never been and bowels. Much Imitated but never 1
heard from since; that he started Bob equaled. Sugar-coated andeaytot b
Taylor after it and that he had not 02 candy. o to eadow.
made any progress so far. He said
the capacity at thb mill was from 60 to WEATHER FORECAST
80 thousand feet of lumber a day;
lumber skids blockired and no cars; Washington, Dec. 21.-Fair tonight
shut down for repairs; getting ma- and Saturday.
chinery for repairs was impossible and
that was the reason he was in Ocala. FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
He said his company bought cars. vnn Star to read and take
Attorney General Ellis did not under- Awn Evwening Star to rea aur mal..,
stand him and asked what he meant y free wth your meals
by that statement. He replied that is at Keating's Cafe.
worked on the same principle of tip-
ping s, waiter ta get something to eat. GOODIES FOR YOU
He said that his company had con- ___O
treated with the T. & B. railroad for
30 cars, with great labels on them LUme Mints, Olive Chcw-Chow, Bulk
"Belong to mill at Fivay, return at Olives, Pulled Figs. Washed Figs in
once," but that they all got out of Baskets, Walnut Meats, Shelled Al-
sight and he had only seen one in monds, London Layer and Cluster
months. He found this one in the Raisins, Currants, Seeded Raisins,
possession of the A. C. L. He demand- Swiss Cheese, McLaurln's Imperial
ed the return of the car, but it was Cheese, Pitted Dates. Duffy's Apple
In such bad condition that he notified Juice in pints and quarts, Cranberry
them they would have to repair same Sause, Mince Meat, Honey Strained,
and return In good order. They came Crystalized Fruits, Huyler's Chocolate
after the car and he had not heard of Dipped Triscuits, Heinz's Preserves in
it since. While he knew of this state ; Crocks, Heinz's Apple Butter, Walnuts,
of affairs he did not wish to testify Brazils, Pecans' Almonds, Chow-Chow,
about it officially, as his work was India Relish, Olive Oil, Celery Relish.
.along different lines, but S. P. Stubb, Dunham's Cocoanut, the best on earth
of the T. & B. railroad, whose business for Ambrosia; Apples. Oranges, Cajn-
was transportation, coula give data. for Ambrosia, Apples, Oranges, Candy.
Mr. W. S. Durst related his exper- 0. K. GROCERY
lences in going to Reddick the other
night. It took him two hours and five rugsart squares
minues t gosixten mlesoverthe Our winter stock of russ, art squares
minutes to go sixteen miles over the and mattings is said to be the finest
Coast LAne. On the return trip the ever shown in Ocala. McIver & Mac-
train was three hours late and the air Kay.
was chilly. Needing fire he and the
others of the part went out and broke Backache, cold hands and feet, rheu-
the ends off of tHi ties in the track to matism, and kindred ailments, caused
get kindling wood, showing how rotten by improper action of the kidneys
they were. ,- yield readily to a short treatment of
Judge McConathy handed in a state- DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
ment for the Buttgenbach Phosphate They quickly drive the poison from
Co., from George F. Dittmer, the gen- the system and thus afford relief. A
eral superintendent, who coutd not be week's treatment for 25 cents. Recom-
p-esent. This statement went on to mended and sold by the Anti-Monopoly
show how the A. C. L. after having Drugstore.
been notified to furnish cars for ship- -,..
ments of phosphate from Croom to
Fernandina, where the company was R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK.
loading a vessel, has caused them a
demurrage of nine days, which cost FULLER & BLALOCK
the Buttgenbach people $4,500 and a
loss in cargo of 1,400 tons of phos- DENTAL SURGEONS
pate rock.
D.. Anderson, manager of the Ocala Oce Over Iuroe & Chtmbllss' Bai
Iron Wn works, submitted a statement of
delays in receiving shipments and get- OCALA FLA.J

ting shipments from his plant to their -
destination. .
Col. W. N. Camp filed a paper show- Tums. Cash-
Ingtbe delay in forwarding a car of
orangWe from Istachatta, showing a
loss of $460 on the car. UnTV17 PA UE V
Attorney Will Hocker came in at flI l (1 Mfl&Ad AY
this time and remarked he had just *
beard .of a client of his at Ehren who ,uW
had had a car on the siding two weeks r UNlKAL UDIR l lCJOR
after being loaded and the fruit lit- and
*rally rotten on the track. His name Undertakers dEmbalmers
is T. C. Vincent.
Mr. Rawls, of the Crystal River, at- 0. E. McIVER ALFRED E. OWEN
temped to reach Ocala, starting two Undertakers
times, and was heard from at Jullette.
at 4 o'clock. saying he didn't oW Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
when he could come as he was strand-
ed high and dry. All Work Done by Licensed Em-
Amnong those present In the after- balmere and Fully Guaranteed-L
noon were Editor L. J. Brumby. Hon. __ __ __
George G. Mathews, Dr. Wm. Griffith,
J. H. Taylor, J. A. Jordan, W. H. John-
son, representing the board of trade C PH l PLLIPS
at Bartow, Mr. Bell. president of the
St. Petersburg board of trade, who ap- Conltractor and fielder.
pVered with bundles of documentary
proof of the rottenness of the whole Plans and Specifications Funished
se olon of that end of the road.
Mr. Ellis says that as soon as he Upon Request
ca obtain the testimony from the
BatOw meeting, he will apply to the 129 South Third Steet,
state supreme court for a writ of man- o 0
damus compelling the A. C. L. to show Ocala, Fla. Phone 130
reason why it should not discharge its ..-
duties as a common carrier. These
proceedings will probably commence
early In January. I C E
W. Lopez has established himself in ...,

The jury in the Charles W. Smith
ase, after deliberating several hours.
Lst night brought In a verdict of "not
guilty State's Attorney %, W. Davis
nd R- B. Bullock prosecuted the case
nd made strong arguments, while C.
, Sistrunk defended Mr. Smith and
lade it very plain that his client had
purchased the bull from Bill Tuton and
'as not guilty of stealing.
John Smith, colc red,' of Dunnellon.,
*as being tried today for assault
lith intent to kill upon Charles Pow-
ii. colored, same place.
The Gordon case was called, but the
attorneys failed to get a jury, the
challengers exhausting jury material,
o the case was postponed until the
morning of January 7, 1907.
George Howard, for assaulting with
intent to kill one William Griffith, was
sentenced to one year in the county

Leads All Other States in the Produc-
tion of Sea Island Cotton
Washington, Dec. 21.-The census
bureau yesterday reported the cotton
ginned from this year's crop to Dec.
13 to be li.088,001 bales, against 9,297,-
819 bales up to the same date last
The number of ginneries in operation
this year, prior to Dec. 13, was 28.322.
The bales ginned by states were:
Florida, 55,575; Georgia. 1,513.416;
South Carolina, 838,793; Texas. 3,381,-
Where Florida Leads
Sea Island cotton for the current
year is distributed as follows: Flor-
ida, 21,880; Georgia, 20,704; South
Carolina, 6,556.
A bulletin issued by the agricultural
department shows the total produc-
tion of corn in the United States to
be 2.927.416.091 bucheels.
Of wheat, winter and spring, 735,-
261,022 bushels.
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Philipines, health was the most
important consideration. Willis T.
Morton, retired commissary sergeant.
U. S A., of Rural Route 1, Concord.
N. H., says: "I was two years in
Cuba and two years in the Philip-
ines, and being subject to colds, took
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
sumption, which kept me in perfect
health. And now, in New Hampshire,
we find it the best medicine in the
world for coughs and colds, bronchial
troubles, and all ung diseases." Guar-
anteed at Tydings & Co.'s dugstore.
Price 50 cents and $1. Trial bottle free.
Washington, Dec. 21.-The contro-
versy over the wage scale of the ma-
chinists of the Southern Railway was
adjusted yesterday by Alfred P. Thorn,
general counsel for the company and
J. P. Cc'nlon, first vice-president of the
International Association of Machin-
ists, in the following agreement:
"The machinists at all the shops of
the company will be granted in increase
of 2 cents per hour over that received
on August 31,- except at Birmingham
and Sheffield, where 11/ cent increase
shall be paid.
"The increase to all apprentices shall
be 1 cent per hour."
All this is effective from Sept. 1 last,
and will continue until Nov. 5, next.
There is not the least danger in giv-
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
small children as it contains no opium
or other harmful drug. It has an estab-
lished reputation of more than 30
years as the most successful medicine
in use for colds, croup and whooping
cough. It always cures and is pleas-
ant to take. Children like it. For sale
by all druggists.
Congress has adjourned for the hol-
E. C. DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, at
whose laboratory Kodol is prepared
assure us that this remarkable digest-
ant and corrective for the stomach
conforms fully to all provisions of the
National pure food and drug law. The
Kodol laboratory is a very large one,
but if all the sufferers from indigestion
and stomach troubles could know the
virtues of Kodol it would be impossi-
ble for the manufacturers to keep up
with the demand. Kodol is sold here
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Buggies, wagons and log carts, made
or repaired and painted, at J. L.
Smoak's Wagon Works.
The Star has a good, second-hand
proof press it will sell cheap for cash.
Needs only a new blanket to be as
good as new, but It is too light for our

For chapped and cracked hands
nothing is quite as good as an appli-
cation of DeWit's Witch Hazel Salve.
Put it on before going to bed, use an
old pair of gloves and see what a dif-
ference the morning will bring. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
I am showing this season an unus-
ually pretty line of sterling silver and
guaranteed plated silverware, in all of
the different table and toilet articles.
A E. Rurnett. the Jeweler.


11ol .!d


NO STORE in Florida presents a mre beuuihi, 9" or a lwrr dw ow 4 0a pn
member n o fe tauly or any ome of yur ticrds, and at bes IMUa sm m a w :r
buying presents get etig that w be kept ad used. Lok er 6 s id e u f b i
limes, aid make your seectins.


Framed or unframed.

Mantle, Table Sce
The Largest
of all sizes and finish.
andat -different p





The finest line to select from in the, In Golden Oak, Birdseye Mapie c, a g i'
country. of Brass Beds of all styles and prices a
i"lere al Lace Urtai. Florida. Blankets and Bed Ii s all t"U kida
_- .. ,. .^ S
arfs, and Fire Screens in all of Pretty Dressing Tables and odd r .-r Q l
beautiful makes, finishes. .
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I and Prettiest Line .o ftp La6es Wrl m es ksl ok Ds C ml
Art Squares in all weaves and sizes, ."
prices ; Matting. ULinoleums, Etc. Gentlemen's Office Tables and BRol Top DIsft*l 4
Sectional Book Cases, plain and leaded giam p'
G TABLES. LIBRARY AND Cabes. Music Cabinets in Oak and M aho syl


Center Tables in Mahogany, Golden Oak,
Mission finishes-Old English. Antwerp,
Also Chairs and Rockers

and the different
and Fumed Oak

in the different Mission finishes and Parlor Tables in the
dainty Vernis Martin finish. The list of chairs is a very
long one We hay elegant leather and plush upholstered,
straight and Morris Chairs. Rockers, and Dining Chairs.
The most comprehensive line of Reception Chairs, and
Rockers, in Oak, Willow and Leather, that one could want
to see. Also a pretty Ime for the children, from 5k to $4 each

You should not furnish your dining room until
seen our Tables, in round or square, in any finish,
ticularly pretty in thle Golden Oak and Mission.

but par-

Handsome Sideboards, Buffets, and China Closets
in the different and pretty finishes. All styles of Dining
Chairs, Art Squares, and a complete line of domestic and
imported China Sets. A new line of

Parlor and Hall Lamps That Arei Very Attractive.
Toilet Sets and Jardinlers.


Thie House Furnislihers,



The Jeweler and


The Holiday Shoppeis
Will find at our store one of the largest
newest, and most complete Stocks of
Jewelry of All Kinds,
Pins, Emblem Pins,
Chains and Fobs,
Bair Ornaments, &c.,
That has ever been shown in this city.
In Cut Glass, Fine China, Fine
Sterling and Plated Silverware
of all kinds and Styles, Fine
Umbrellas, with or without de-
tachable handles, Souvenir
Postal Cards, Clocks, Etc. We
do not acknowledge a better
stock in this section.

.-.-. r prices will compare most favorably
with our competitors, and the goods are
the very best. Give us a share of your

New Arrivals Coming Every Day

^All Kinds of Repairing e

Larw eahd so& mn I M IRLS.

Pretty Bathroom Mirrors, Medicine Cabipeba C
Whatnots, Ladies' Work Baskets and TableM. -.



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Handsome sets of Harness, Saddles; Valise- Grips a I
Suit Cases, all sizes and shapes, from the chap to t
finest made. Trunks of all styles and kinds, ad atAI
prices. We also have a most attractive lotk* of r

WaM Ir b se .NA
Ranging in prices up to Wf%

It in this List

want, inquire

you .do

not find what y

for it, as this ifs only a

partial list of what we carry.

& McKay

Ocala, F

See About Yoa

Winter CMlb

Now is the Time to Bay Yow

Men's Overcoatsa

Long and Short Coats and

Heavy Underwear


M. Fishel's





I have bought the Fort King Grocery and re-ok -
ed it with a complete, fresh line of Stple. ad
Fancy Groceries for the family trade. I will aOrry
only the freshest and best goods to be had, aMnd
will guarantee to sell them to you as cheap as any
one in the city. Country produce bought and old
and fruits and baker's bread will be put in in a few
days. Give me a share of your trade and if good
goods, courteous treatment and low prices merit a
continuance of it, you will continue to trade with
me. Respectfully

N. L.





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Is modest but progressive, and

offers every legitimate induce-

ment to Icustomers. Correspon-

deuce or a visit invited

J. B. BROOKS, Cashier.



Store will be

open all this

week till

10 P. M.


Successors to S. A STANDLEY & CO.

A Full Stock of Wagons, Carriages, Buggies, Harness,
Saddlery and all the Accompanying Lines

Exclusive Agents for the Famous White Hickory Turpen
tine Wagon. Prompt Attention to out of Town Orders.


Hunnilctt's Woodyatd
I hWe bought the woodyard lacated between Oklawaha avenue and
Broadwar, and have a stock of green and dry stove wood on hand. Oak and
ji4ne, or mixed, as desired. Ab ig load delivered to any part of the city for



Gus Morton, of EvP, was in town

Sterling and plated coffee sets. Ocala
Music Co.

Mr. S. H. Brown, of Leroy, was a
caller in town today.

A nice line of Japanese (metal) nov-
elties at the Postoffice Drugstore.

C. H. Burgess, of Virginia, is at the

Wedding ring napkin rings at Ocala
Music Co.

Mr. H. M. Goethe, of Victoria, was
a guest of the Montezuma last night.

Umbrellas, $1.50 to $16, at the Ocala
Music Co.

Mr. L W Duval has returned from
a business trip to Tavares.

Manicure sets up to $42. Ocala
Music Co.

Mr. A. J. McLaughlin, of Fairfield,
was in the city today

Christmas presents for all, old and
young, at the Ocala News Company.

Dr. W. C. Hathcock, of Plant City.
is a guest of the Montezuma.

All kinds of fireworks, wholesale and
retail, at the Ocala Bazaar, Gadson.

B. F. Himes, Floral City, is among
yesterday's arrivals at the Montezuma.

Crepe paper in all colors at 5 cents
per roll, at the Variety Store.

Mrs. E L. Huwell and wife of An-
thony, were in the city today.

Nunnally's candies, the best in town,
at the Postoffice Drugstore.

Mrs. Bert Newbern of Liuyv was
in town shopping today.

Children's silver cup- at the Ocala
Music Co.

Mr. George MacKay made a busi-
ness trip to the mines today.

Crepe paper in all colors at & cents
per roll, at the Variety Store.

Mrs. W. D. Tompklns is not doing at
all well. Her condition is considered

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

Mr. Louis Horne has returned from
Green Springs, where he has been for
some time for the benefit of his health.

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

Mr. James T. Rawls, of Crystal Riv-
er. was a business visitor in the city
yesterday, stopping at the Ocala House.

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

Mr. E. S. Good leaves Saturday night
for Augusta, Ga.. where he will spend
two weeks with his parents.

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

Mr. Len Dozier is helping in the
Southern Express office during the hol-
iday ruqh

We are displaying a magnificent line
0"dbn a in 11 &. O ft 1 0 f"

manner yesterday me 29thn anniversary
of their wedded life. FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
When you have a cough or cold do away with you free, with your meals,
not ask some one what is good for it. at Keating's cafe.
as there is danger in taking some un-
known preparation. Foley's Honey and The holiday stationery is going fast.
Tar cures coughs, colds and prevents The time to buy is now and the place
pneumonia. The genuine is in a yel- is the Postoffice Drugstore.
low package. Refuse substitutes. Sold
by all druggists. The hearing of testimony in the A.
C. L. case by Attorney General Ellis
Mrs. W. 0. Massey is expecting her and Hon. H. L. Anderson for the Ocala
sisters, Miss Alice Phillips. of Opelika, board of trade virtually ended last
Ala., and Mrs. Condon, of Birmingham, evening. Eustis is so thoroughly
Ala., with her daughter, Mrs. Maud aroused that they will ship all of their
Wynn, to spend the holidays with her. freight via the S. A. L. to Eldorado,
on Lake Harris, and inaugurate a boat
Do not fail for Christmas to buy a line from that point. The passenger
bottle of Roigers' Natural Flower Per- traffic will go to Tavares and from
fumes at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- there to Eustis via free automobiles.
store. Sweet violet, the popular odor. Owing to the fact that many persons
also wild cherry buds. who desired to b_: heard from in the
section south of Lakeland to Fort My-
At the recent meeting of Marion j ers, but on account of the holiday rush
Dunn Lodge F. & A. M.. the following could not absent themselves, Mr. H.
officers were elected for the ensuing L. Anderson will go to Bartow Sat-
year; H. Benjamin, W. M.; J. A. Bou- urday. the 29th, to meet the shippers
vier, S. W.; W. D. Graham, J. W.; J. and people of that section and take
E. Chace, treasurer; Jake Brown, sec- their testimony.
Let the children know that old Santa
Genuine French stag and sterling sil- Claus' mail box is now ready at the
ver toilet sets and brushes at the Anti- Ocala Bazaar, Gadson.
Monopoly Drugstore. See our line be-
fore buying. Mr. Robert G. Blake has returned to
the city from a trip through the state
Mr. Robert Munroe, of turpentine inthe interest of the Maccabees, and
fame, was in the City of Bricks to- will spend the holidays with his family.
day purchasing some things from
good old St. Nic. Don't fail to see the fine line of la-
dies' umbrellas, most suitable for hol-
The finest line of soaps, toilet pow- iday gifts, at A. E. Burnett's, the Jew-
ders, etc., In the city, and the finest eler.
10c. soap on the market. Tydings &
Company. Mr. Frank B. Beckham has returned

R. L. Martin, room 9, Merchant's
block, haq 3.000 acres of timber land at
Lake Weir on railroad. 1,000 acres
round and 2,000 acres boxed. Will cut
ten crops and 7.000,000 feet Will :ell
or lease

por Infant an"d Children.

The Kind You Have Always Bolg
Bears the
signature of .4

The Star will appreciate the informa-
tion if you will phone or write us of
any friends or relatives who are visit-
ing you, or any of your family who are
visiting away from home during the






Either in hard rocK or pebble region.
If developed I can sell them for you.
If not developed, I can have the work
done for you.
I have the following to offer in
Ocala city property:

The northwest corner lot, 29 feet

from Georgia, where he has been for
several weeks, and will spend the hol-
idays in the city with his family.

FOR SALE--Full blooded Berkshire
pigs. Now ready for shipment. Ad-
dress, Hermoesa Farms, Lady Lake,

.Mis. Mendenhall. in the primary de-
partment of the Ocala high school.
left this afternoon for Eustis to spend
the holidays with her parents.

The largest line of cut glass we have.
ever shown. The goods are right and
the price righter. The postoffice Drug-

Mr. McDowell, of Oak. .was in the
city today with his family and a two-
horse turnout filled with Christmas

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

Emery Dougherty, who has been in
the city for several months in the em-
ploy of the Central -National Bank, has
returned to his home-at Abbeville, Ga.,
to spend Christmas with his parents.

See those handsome dining tables,
sideboards and hall racks at Mclver A
MacKay's. dtf

Dr. McBride. from out Holder way,
was among the Christmas shoppers in
the city yesterday.

Our line of ladies' desks ard com-
bination desks and book cases will be
found exceedingly handsome. Mclver
& MacKay.

Sammie Pyles is assisting Mr. Allen
Bridges at >his newsstand and fruit
store through the holidays.

about 76 boxes offine, fancy, bright
oranges for sale. Carmichael & Son


We have boxes to rent at $5.00 per year that will
hold a big lot of valuable papers. jewelry, etc. Also
larger boxes costing a little more. Come and see them.


Ocala Florida.

Offer a Complete Asortameft f

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Satsuma at

Sidne-y Tay
a gue-t of t

Pearl beau

Fine cigar!
at the Pos;.,f

Umbrella j<

Capt. J B
at the O Kala


Silver alm<

Mr. J. D. B
a guest of tf,

Fans at Co

All kinds (
at the Ocala

Mr. C J. I
the Ocala H

Drink Greei
water at the

The Monte
seven arrivals

Crepe pape
per roll, at t

If your ligh

W. H. Johr
Ocala House.

New lot of
express at tho

I W:th local applications, as they cannot I
S rt cn the seat of the disease. Catarrh The closing hours of our public school
t Condon's. 's a blood on constitutional disea.--. 1,day were full of the feeling of jcy-
Iani in order to cure it vou m'-t take ,,u? holidays that are in store for the
lr,.., L_,uisville Ky. irnernal medicines Hali-s Catarrh ;5 O pupils of our %%hite school and 418
he Ocala Hou-..^ "re i taken internally and actts di- jof the colored scnooi. At the Ocala
rt-,tly un the blood arnd mucou sur- high school the intere-t was great in
ty pin" at 'Condon'ra's. Ha1's Catarrh "lurr iQ not a all department in anticipation of the
------ luck medicine. It was pr-scribed by holidays, but ore so in the 9th. 10th
s for c.'hritmas pres.-r.ts ,',rj. O.f the best physicianA iin this coun- and llth grades, that constitute the
fftie Drugst.-r i tr ftor year- and is a regular prescrip- Literary society of the school, over
Stein It is composed of the best tonics which Edwin Spencer presides, and
ars at Cun.lQn's.. kn.jwn, combined with the best blood here it was the feeling of the pupils
,.&urifiers, acting directly on the mu- gave vent to presents to their teachers.
Manrt:. ,f il.i: Bluff. i c..,s surfaces. The perfect combina- Profes-sr Workman received a hand-
H.u tin, of the two ingredients i- what pro- s'i'r stick pin. Mr Matics a stick pin.
Wonderful reult cu- Ms McCreery an engraved hat pin.
.... .iu-s swC wonderful results inl cur-
if ,..r ligeitr- are ,ut ,f ii c'.,t-arrh Send for testimonials whiie the teacher of last year. Mr. Ed-
tre.--. F. J. CHENEY & CO, mond Cowden. now in charge of the
SProprietors, Toledo, 0. Inverness school, was remembered with
ind sets at Condon's. i Sld by druggists, price, 75c. Take a stick pin. The pupils in the eighth
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. grade, which is taught by Miss Bor-
,-il, ,f St. Petersburg. was ger, presented their teacher with an
Ke M.jintezumiia last night. Mr. Duncan Campbell. for many qu"A Windote cut glass bouquet holder,
years a citizen of Ocala. and recently A verindo in Thrums," by J. M. Barrie
.ndon's, lic. to 17. a partner with Mr. Jake Klein. is nd a very pretty hat pin. There were
now merchandising at Minneola, south baskets of oranges and good things
.f goods for the holidays on the A. C. L railroad, j contributed by the children of the
News Company. school for the poor and needy of the
Puff boxes, nail brushes, tooth brush- city, which the King's Daughters will
Rogers, of Palatka, is at es, hair brushes, military brushes, distribute Monday.
house. rosewood and celluloid mirrors, whisp- BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
brooms, and all other toilet articles. BARGAIN$ IN REAL E9TATE
n Springs natural mineral A beautiful line to select from. Ty-
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. dings & Co. 22 lots 80x:120 feet in city limits
and 25 one-acre lots Just beyond city
ezuma hotel had thirty- Mr. Alf Proctor and wife of Pedro mits, in Allred's addition. Also 40
a yesterday. and Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart, of acres on A. C. LL track Just north of
and Mr. and Mrs. George Stiewart. o, city, and 36 acres on S. A. L- railroad
r in all colors at 5 centsere busy shoppers in n adjoining city limits. Also land scrip
he Variety Store. for locating U. S. lands. Security Ab-
stract Co., Ocala, Fla.
ts are out, 'phone No. 300. No! Huyler's candies have not ad-
vanced in price. You can buy Huyler's A BIG LAND PURCHASE
ison. of Boston, is at the as cheap as you can any other kind.
A fresh supply Just received at T. W. Mr. D. B. Morrison. of Morriston,
Troxler's. has purchased through the Security
chafing dishes just in by Abstract Co.. of this city, 1.000 acres
e Postoffice Drugstore. Henry Clay Gates and his wife cel- of timber land in the western part of
ebrated in a very domestic and happy the county.





LAon FIshel, who has been making
a tour through Florida. Georgia ad
Alabama for his New York nothing
house, returned yesterday and will re-
main at home until after the holiday.

Mrs. George F. Armstrong and baby.
of Savannah, Ga... are here visiting the
former's parents, Mr. and. Mrs. W. N.

Miss Sallie Camp is home from Bal-
timore to spend the holidays. She is a
student of the Women's College in that

James Taylor. a student of the Uni-
versity of the South, at Sewannee, Is
home for the holidays.

Miss Sue Barco left yesterday for
Miami to visit her sister, Mrs. Patter-
son for the holidays.

Dr. Blackiston was called to Citra
the other night to prescribe for sick
mules. He was landed in the woods
at night and it took him three hours
to find his way to where he was going.

The King's Daughters desire to
again remind the good people of this
city that they are prepared tp receive
any contributions for the pleasure of
the children or to get up Christmas
dinners for the needy in our midst.
Please send all contributions to Mrs.
Jake Brown.

Mrs. J. J. Williams, of Homosama.
was in town yesterday shopping.

Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Powers are now
located in their new home recently
purchased from Mr. T. D. Bryan.

L S. Light, of Reddick, was in the
city yesterday looking up the actions
of the committee on plan and scopi of
the Ocala board of trade.

Mr. Tom Smith and family with
Mrs. George Williams and family have
returned from their week's outing at
Salt Springs. Mr. Smith was greatly
benefited by the waters.

Messrs. Charles and Joe Lucius, of
Levon, were in town yesterday..

Master Robert Tydlngs had the mis-
fortune while playing to have a fire
cracker thrown in his face. which ex-
ploded and burned his eyes and hair
badly. While the hurt was painful
none of the powder entered his eyes
and he will be all right in a few days.

Ensign Robert Allen Burford has ar-
rived from Boston to visit his parents
through the holidays.

The literary society "of Sphrr will
debate the question Friday eight,
"Should Education Become Compul-
sory ?"

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

Crepe paper in all colors at S cents
per roll, at the Variety Stor

F- D. Rou, of the firm of 1L D. BRo
& Company, Reddick, was In. tows
yesterday on business. Mr. R., who
was in the mercantile business some
years ago, but who sold out, has again
opened a mercantile ettaLllhmBt

C. W. Smith, of Bellevlew, was in
the city yesterday.

Remember the coupons with each 10
cent purchase, when you buy at the
Ocala News Company.



O gi. Upstain CmmluBl Bak M'(



The above can beM ad at ir
Bakery. The reputation of a t
is so well esitabla d tOt -
only to be metNlm.
sortment of otlMe aR-l6
did. stock of rm
cludwe ofWf l #*"
Marttnos -li..- It


Mr. C. W. Hunter, Mr. 3O T. Me-.
ey' son-In-law, anirrv luet Batt f
Fbrt Fremont, C, wrer ha *e t to
settle up bis affairs with thd o mnk
ment and tenr der -me -t-..
will now beeowe a Citoin of Oasi.
Mrs. Hunter and baby rmain d ia
Orala. having come down with Mr.
Hunter a month ago Mr. Hanter a"
family are at the Ocala HouseAt 3DW-


One two and a "hbf years o d* mW
sorrel slender tall with few wht ham
in It. One to a horse colt. e. tM emg-b
old; sorrel; star face; left Mad f*oo
white. Finder rewarded. W. Proc-
tor, Pedro, Fla. wit


All kinds of blacirmith wkt dmo
at J. L. Bmokss Wagoe Works.

I have a most beautiful Uz ofte
rings and bracelets, I th e owmt a m
prettiest patterns. Come .. al a4 o*
them over. A-.A B3mu rst$ rt r.

I have a few bosa o lay ilt,
half oranges and half grvtspert,- ut-
able for Cbristmas gifts. t PrVk, $ pr
box, f. o. b. atlak* Dar &s Wood-
rcw, Postotit* B90, 26. Wi,


The traveling public eC-. t i
acdmmodatlons and at .msmaU
rates, at Col. Shpmp'aa's
hotel. -

Commismoner D. L.- WUW=i 'wm
hearing. the case of oe Coaoluo h O
Istshetl's, this mmounaim. s0-6 o9
selling bowe wftbst a* j-e"I Mr-
dentlals. Attonmy 3. W. inMts .M-
peared for the dref m

MrfW. W Igon, am o49 9 m -
inent cttmsda ofg .D -8- ..Ertin-w
dent Of the board at. tq S C0T
place, came In teo If-aeuib dbr-
noon to appear before the Oe h baTm
of trade Invwaet laS.. e-oit~. -e
the 'shrftoMnfs e the A.C r 6 tm- .
roed. Mr. L said to f pr SW psar@W
that ustis was mrowft."NNW. her
beUtMi l orange gmwrn Ams M rttr
'and the Preabytalma va- stuftd*'
W We, body Is d, su.. ves wkMad
propering. ..j.

the gueets of Mr."
d"se.. 'Mr. t-' eL *'oer t .
Mnrs AdeM r. 1b-e &,l Mfo r-
toy oerusOf ol .1MV1-b .

o.a, truckers' of CWaWer fimsO
city yafray -.a &u aII
Wr oa Wrlgatlsr VMS". W '
man Is strictly I i. it wanSk
notwithstanding th- -MW a0. r
sad highb wag l l lirpi
any at al. The rp" a
About 40' acrea, ther ear ly
ready for shipmet amd a 10
beautifully. Both w- w *m a &
beautiful rmfle a mth ifte 1* i
saw therein of d006 )I&. M oW
son bas 10 aeresa In 4- --2 Mr.
Bridges has N a rea. O mm yWek-
era are all ribt.

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TurkishRugs, '

Velvti Rug,.

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Tapestry Rus,

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A attoe oyal Between the Alte L SUCC ful Supper and Fancy Work
and th Monster Flail. Sale of the Workers
The tarpon is a "top feeder"-that is, The Belleview Workers had their an-
be seesa his food near the surface. nuai supper and fancy work sale. A
Those who know him best fish for him table the leitgth of the hall was set
with a live mullet. which is not allow,- iand was i;eavyly laden with ail kinds
e to sink more than two feet below if good things that could be prepared.
Th! table was filled three time and
the waves, being sustained by a large 'er'.bo.i had all they could eat for
"float" or cork. The inner portion of 1he n:-: -r:. of 15 cents. The sum
hsa aoutb to bone, and no hook will raised f: ,.. the supper was $14.71.
take secure hold upon it Thil being The far.ncy -.ork was not all disposed
so, it sto necessary to allow him par- of ultil Mr Doolittle got upon the
tially to swallow the bait, which he | platform and auc-ioned them off and


Best Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date
Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Eat


HOTEL WINDLE, 15. ,19 E. Forsyth Street:

---, s New and Firt-Clas in all

American Plan $2.00 to
: $2.50 per day.
European Plan, Rooms, one
111i person, 75c. per day and
up. Special weekly rates.
Center of City. Near all
Car Lines. Open all the
Yeai Rooms withBath
-Extra Charge.




The material is all right

It builds the best fence

It is sold reasonably


A car of fine mules have just been
received by Patterson & Crutcher at
the Marion Farms Stables. Hear is
an opportunity for all to invest. Those
needing mules will do well to call and
inspect the stock.


"WHOLESALE & RETAIL OCALA, Worth doing is worth doing well. If
you wish to be cured of rheumatism.
HARDWARE. FLORIDA. use Ballard's Snow Liniment and you
will be "well cured." A positive cure
D RT for sprains, neuralgia, bruises, con-
tracted muscles and all the ills that
flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams.
H LI UY RE Navasota, Texas, writes: 'I have used
Ballard's Snow Liniment for sprained
ankle and it gave the best satisfaction.
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will do by the time that he has carried j
the float whirling along the water for,
a space of thirty feet Afterward isl
the time to swear and pray. The tar- I
pon reel holds 600 feet of line. Not i
Infrequently when he feels the hook!
the fish will strike the trt;il for blue
water with a seemingly irresistible
rush and keep going. What happens
when his 150 pounds of express speed
are pitted against the strength of a
line that is run out needs not to be'
told. He simply sails on out to sea.
whipping behind him 200 yardR of silk.
and whether be lives or whether be
dies Its former owner knows not. Hecan
only go back to port and tell vain tales
of the size of the wonder that got
But If that splendid rush Is deflected,
If the fish dives, If the thumb of an
old hand be upon the reel, If the man
to whom the hand Is attached is cool
of head and knows enough to give his,
adversary the butt, a battle royal Is
on, for verily the combat between a
150 pound man, sound, of wind and
science, and a 150 pound tarpon, pos-
*esed of temper, Is a grapple of the
gods. The crazed fish time and again
leaps three, four, five feet from the
water and shakes his head like a dog
In his effort to dislodge the hook. A
momentary slack of the line is fatal.
as with the rapidity of lightning the
sharp teeth close upon the strands
above the snell and they are severed
as If with a knife.
But when the terrific struggles have
grown fainter, when the steady, deadly
strain of the springing rod has sapped
the strength of the gallant foeman.
when his lithe, powerful body Is
brought near to the boat's edge, when
the cruel gaff has smitten the life from
It and Its beautiful length lies along
the deck, the conqueror feels half jubi-
lant, half remorseful, wholly respectful
of the giant whom his prowess has laid
low and confoundedly weary and dry.
He looks at the sun, which seems sur-
prisingly low In the heavens. He looks
at his watch and refuses to believe
that two hours have passed in that
desperate wrestle. But unless he be
In thorough training and past master
of his art a swollen, aching wrist will
tell him for days afterward that In the
allver king of the southern seas he was
near to meeting his match.
The Sim of Vullrarty.
"Bishop," lightly asked one of a
group of young golf players as they
came up with an elderly man taking
his holes leisurely-"bishop, when I
make a bad drive and express my
feelings with a word beginning with a
large D, is it a sin?"
'Sin, Olive?" returned the bishop as
he poised his stick to play. "Sin? It's
surely vulgar."
The girl's proud face flamed, and,
turning on her heel, she left her com-
panions to make their own applica-
tions of the bishop's incisive reproof.
One of the saddest things about the
too prevalent looseness of modern
speech is its growing adoption by the
more "bachelor" girls. A young wo-
man recently used an expression that
caused her twin brother to turn upon
her in amazement and auger.
"I happened to overhear you say that
the other day," she replied bravely,
though with burning face, and then she
quoted Lanier's lines:
"Shall ne'er prevail the woman's plea-
We maids would far, far whiter be
If that our eyes might sometimes see
Men maids in purity?"
"I shall never offend again," the
young fellow replied gravely. "Thank
you, Helen. Nor can I ever forget that
It was I who forced that word to your
lips."-Youth's Companion.
Never follows an Injury dressed Ith
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
and healing properties prevent blood
poisoning. Chas. Os.wald, merchant of
Rensselaersville, N. Y., writes: "It
cured Seth Burch, of this place, of the
ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw."
Cures cuts, wounds, burns, and sores.
25 cents at Tydlngs & Co., druggists.
Price 25 cents.

Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Taste Good Do Good.
Never Sicken. Weaken nr Gripe. 0e. ZSc. 5cO. Never
sold in bulk. The gennine tablet stamped CCC.
8uatanteedi to cure or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or N.Y. 594

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secured the total suni ,if S14.-'j. ADOut
104 o'clock all de;.arted for their homes
feeling good and wishing that the
Belieview. Workers would have another
such a Supper.
Mr. Hale, w ife and daughter, from
the North. arr:ved iMonday. Mr. Hale
was in Belleview about tw-enty years
ago, but has not been here since that
time. They tnok rneir meals at Mrs.
Ridges' and r,,oomed at Mrs. Gales' un-
til Wednesday. when they rented rooms
froie Mrs. Dana and w-iil do light
lhouseke-epig v.hi e they stay with us.
It is our dt.ire tnat they may stay
through the \ inter and probably by
then th.-y wiil likf- it so well they will
return next winter.
Miss D,-Pa:s and Miss Himes will
close their school here Friday and re-
turn home to spend Christmas.
Our little town was visited Wednes-
day by Dr. Armstrong's electric show.
Mr. J. A. Freeman and Mr. Joseph
Millsom went to the Brick City Wed-
nesday on business.
Mr. J. T. Gaskins and Mr. James
Freeman, of Shady Grove. spent Sun-
day with relatives in Belleview.
Born. to 'Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wil-
liams, of this place, twin girly. Ev-
liams, of this place; twin girls. Ev-
Judge L. L. hpkins and wife visit-
ed the Brick City Saturday.
The Masons and Knights of Pythias
of Bellevi-\w held their annual elec-
tion of officers and the Belleview re-
porter would be pleased to give the
list of new officials of their societies
if they will only hand her the list.


Passes Bill of a Million to the Jimtown
Washington, Dec. 19.-The Sen-
ate yesterday passed the bill author-
izing a loan of $1,u00,000 to James-

Begin Taking Ozomnulion Today
and Your Cure Begins Today

rU CW "Usr OU L:ug ;.d "l.Car RXeod'."
Its Vltalized Me4icinal Food Proper
ties are Very Quickly Realized.
In Bringlog Healthy Color to the
Cheeks of the Pale and Sallow.
In Producing Strength to the Waak., te
the Feeble and the Invalid.
In Toning up the System of Convalew-
cents from ExhaUsting Diseases.
In Cleansing the Entire System.
In Nourishing the Wornout.
In Rounding Out the Thin. Peaked
Face of Children.
In Building up on their Little Bodies
the Deirable Pink and White Flesh, and
In Dotting their cheeks with the Pretty
Color and Dimples that make Mother's
Heart Glad.
tl an antidotee for all Dia2aea Caused by
Aiposuze to Cold and Wet.
To prove Its Medicinal Food Mnrits a
Trial Bottle Free by Mail
Will be sent on request. Write by letter
wr postal card to
Oznmulslon Co., 98 Pine St., New York.
411 Drugglaini-Twao lze*-50c. and Lef

"I had for years suffered from whatmedilal men
called DIypepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach. In
August I purchased a box of Clacaretr and was sur
pried to find that I "had 'em''-yes-a wilgling.
squirming mas left me. Judge our doctor s ar-
grise when I showed him thirty feet. and in another
ay the remainder' abont the same length 'of a tape-
worm that had been sipping my vitality for years.
I have enjoyed the best of health ever since. I trust
thi trst monial will appeal to other Sfniferers."
Chau. Blackatock. 111. Divinity Place,
West Philadelphia, Pa.
Best For
The Bowels


An Evening.Star to read and take
away with you free. with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.

Care of School CL Urea.
Rowland Godfrey Freeman says that
an ideal private school should be out I
of town, but within easy reach of the
homes of its patrons. There should be
short periods of study, frequent re-
cesses and ample time for a substan-
tial midday meal. The harder work
should come during the morning hours,
the lighter work in the afternoon hours.
After this the children should play out
of doors. The ideal public school
should care for the children as many
hours a day as are practicable. Outdoor
play should precede study. Study
hours should be short, with frequent
recesses. Nutritious food should be
furnished the scholars at noon. In the
afternoon the easier subjects, the man-
ual work, and preparation for the next
day should occupy the time. There
should be opportunity for outdoor ex-
ercise under supervision until late aft-
ernoon. In every school strict exam-
ination should be made for any evidence
of contagious diseases. All children
with colds and contagious eruptions
should be excluded from school.-Med-
ical Record.

A Long Distance Rebuke.
The following "personal" appeared in
the New York Sunday newspapers: "If
the lady with dark hair and an absorb-
ed expression in a Fourth avenue car
yesterday who became provoked be-
cause the gentleman in front turned
over a page of his novel before she had
finished reading it over his shoulder
will send her name apd address and 1
$1.20 to any bookseller she will be
spared in future the necessity of mani-
festing her displeasure at such rude-
ness. Mention (here followed the bame I
of the book- to avoid error."

A pair of two and a half year old'
mules for sale. Broke to harness and
good workers. Appiy to W. M. Gist,.
McIntosh, Fla.

December 22rd the postoffice will b*
oqpen from 9 o'clock a. m. to 12 o'clock
:'n. fur tl.e r, ceipt of registered matter.
y- an order of the department the;
rates for box ro.nt have been changed.
effective Jan. 1st. 1907. as follows:
-Small boxes that have heretofore
rented for L'. cents and 50 cents per
quarter, the rate will be 60 cents per
quarter. The- rates for the larger boxes
wiil remain 7;, cents. $1 and $1.50, ow-
ing to the size. as heretofore.
George -'. Cron, PostmastPr.

Millions of bottles of Foley's Honey '
and Tar have been sold without any;!
person ever having experienced any I
other than beneficial results from its'
use for coughs, colds and lung trou-
b!es. This is because the genuine Fo- ;
ley's Honey and Tar in the yellowi
package contains no opiates or other;
harmful drugs. Guard your health by
refusing any but the genuine. Sold by !
all druggists.


Harness factory and tannery, con-
veniently located. New buildings and
up to date machinery. Address,. "Fac-
tory,'" tare this paper.


Look out for your Chlldr

Health while they are youx

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