The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Fresh Arrivals
ric ad Swetzer Chemese.
Clouder mlias,
PON Packages I Dalesm,

Famny Cakes,
Pound Paclkaes Sti f Dates,
Prnd Packages Flis,
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Your eyes are subject to as many
dileremot defects a& the body is to de-
fer nmatie. Whereas it should be one
of the most perfect organs of the body.
It Is natural that you should need
glaees for reading, writing, sewing
m l other olos work. Between the
Sages of 40 to 50, a perfect eye should
need glasses at this age to relieve them
from the strain when used for oloes or
near work. Many young people need
glase early in life to relieve the
various forms of eyestrain, which is
t i seauee of 75 per cent. of all head-
soees. Just think: It has been proven
by eminent authorities that 3 people
out of every 4 that have headaches
have defective eyes. Glasses are the
remedy, because they CORRECT the
DEFECTS. When properly fitted there
Is no eye Atrain. When you get reaoy
to be relieved of these headaches Calm
and sea me. I make a specialty of cor-
recting eyes where others fail. Satis-
faction guaranteed, or money refund-
ed. My references are those that I
have relieved.
vyesight Specialist. Optical Parlors
2 and 4 Gary Building, Oralsa, Fla.

A Choice Stock

Of Fresh Beef, Pork
And Muttin,
Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry,
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and
Choice Fresh Family Groc
cries, always un hand from
which to do your marketing.
Send or bring us your or
ders and tLey 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
Westinghousemake. The lat-
ter cost a little more, but re-
quire less current to operate
them. I also carry in stock
Fancy Globes, High, Low
Light, etc.
All kinds of electrical work
and repairing done at reason-
able prices, under a full guar.
antee. If your lights are out
of fix, or you need wiring
done, phone to No. 800.

Walter Tucker.

J. Zeas Preston,



President Will Send Attorney General
Purdie to Brownsvil!e to Obtain
Evidence to Confute Foraker
Washington, Dac. 24.-The president
has dccji.ed to Eent Assistant Attorney
Hasfllled *he dark world It Its light:
inake an Investigation of the Drowns-
ville shooting-up by the negro troops.
The meaning of this is that Senator
oFarker, an ab'e attorney as well as an
mrninent senator.ehaving charged that
the e.*idcuwe upon which tie president
acted in dismissing the soldiers was
flimsy and wholly Inadequate, ti. pres-
ident and Secretary Taft are deter-
mined to uz.eet the Issue on legal
Attorney General Purdie tr the ex-
pert on t-vldence uf the department of
justice, aud the fact that he has been
selected IsItself indicative of a decis-
kin to accept Senator Foraker's chal-
lenge to fight the thing out according
to the oode of legal procedure.
This Will Interest Dyspeptics
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will
give you back 50 cents (purchasing
price) if Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy
falls to relieve or cure dyspepsia or
indigestion, or their symptoms, bad
breath, bad dreams, foul taste, consti-
pation, hawking, spitting, acid or gas
on the stomach, dizzy spells, heart
flutter, pains in the stomach. side or
back, extreme nervousness, belching.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when
all else falls, so don't be discouraged.
It strengthens weak 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.
Orders Placed for a Huncred New
Engines, with Coaches, Cars and
Rails to Match
Wilmington, N. C.. Dec. 24.-The At-
lantic Coast Line has authorized the
purchase of the following new equp-
mnient. for delivery early in next year:
One hundred locomotives, 3,500
freight cars, 50 passenger coaches and
36,000 tons of 85-pound steel rails.
The approximate cost will be over
All the orders are to be placed as
rapidly as possible.
This is in addition to other recent
large orders placed.
Effective January 1. five operating
districts will be established in Florida,
instead of three, as now.
The new districts will be known as
Jacksonville, Gainesville. NewbOrT.
Sanford and Lakeland.
Worth doing Is worth doing well. If
you wish to be cured of rheumatism,
use Ballard's Snow Liniment and you
will be "well cured." A positive cure
for sprains, neuralgia, bruises, con-
tracted muscles and all the ills that
flesh Is heir to. A. 0. M. Williams.
Navasota, Texas, writes: "I have used
Ballard's Snow Lin.ment for sprained
ankle and It gave the best satisfaction.
I always keep it in the house." Sold
by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Atlanta, Dec. 24.-Late Saturday
ilght MLyor James G. Woodward ve- I
toed the ordinance increasing the sa-
oon license to $2,000 and beer license
to $400.
He stated that the old law had been
in effect for nineteen years, and he ii
considered himself bound to the peo-
ple of Atlanta to make no change. He
stated that there was more danger of a
prohibition election if he approved than
If he vetoed the license.
Never follows an injury dressed with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
anl healing properties prevent blood
poisoning. Chas. Oswald, merchant of I
Renascicrsv-lle, N. Y., writes: "It
cured Seth Burch, of this place, of the i
ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw."
Cures cuts, wounds, burns, and sores.
25 cents at Tydings & Co., druggists. |-
Price 25 cents.
Port Reno, Dec. 24.-That Captain
Mackiln will recover waS announced
by his physicians last niht. "-
The assailant is still at large and
the hunt for him continues.
Captain Macklln, who commands
one of the companies of the Twenty-
fifth regiment, was shot by a masked
man Friday night. It was announced
that the would-be assassin was one of
the recently discharged negro soldiers.
but there seems to be no real evidence
for the assertion.
Public speakers are frequently In-
terrupted by people coughing. This
would not happen if Foley's Honey and
Tar wt-er taken as it cures coughs and r



A nice line of Cut Glass and






Notice of Session of Conventions held every Monday at
Oeaea Loden N ndP- 7:30 p. m. Castle Hall over Peyser's
BeneveOt ndr PoEs store. A cordial welcome to visiting
StectivI Order of Elk. brothers. Jake Brown, C. C.
Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.
tuesday's in each month. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited. FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
Win. Anderbon, Exalted-Ruler. F
David S. Williams., Secretary. I An Evening Star to read and take
away witi you free, with your meals.
THE TCXAS WONDER at Keating's Cafe.
Cures all kidney, bladder and rheu-
matic troubles. Sold by all drugstores, W. H. TYSON
)r two month's treatment by mail for,
$1. Dr. E. WV. Hall, 2926 Olive street, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in High
St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials.1 Grade Whiskies, Wines and Brand-
Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly! ...
Drugstore es, Fine Cigamrs Etc
Next door to the Marion Farms
BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE Stables; 'phone, 388. We are the only
I[dealers here who handle all beers. No.
You can get a splendid, established j 25 South Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla.
business, lease on the store, or cani
purchase the store if preferred. Apply MORE FINE STOCK COMING
to, F. W. Ditto, quick.
i Having sold out the carload of fine
DRESSED CHICKENS I horses and muless we received a short
--- i time ag2, our Mr. Hugh Nichols has
There are a fine lot of dressed chick- gone to market for another car of fine
ens, young and fat, at Meffert and Tay- animals, which will be here in a few
lor's cold storage rooms, where a sup- days. This load will be well worth
oly will be kept until after the holidays. waiting for, and we ask you to come
Call at the cold storage if you wish and see them on their arrival.
some of the poultry. Tompkins & Nichols.





















nests. Its action on the child is mild
and leaves him in a healthy condition.
Joe Daniel, Surrnac, "tenn., says that
he gave one of his children White's
Cream Vermifuge when the doctor I
thought it had colic, and from the first *
dose the child passed 78 worms. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. = ,
People of a Town Held Up a Train
and Took Therefrom Ten
Tons of Coal
Berwick. N. D.. Dec. 24.---Citizens
and farmers held up a train yesterday
and confiscated ten tons of coal.
Bankers, barbers and all classes were
The coal was weighed and charged
to each recipient, who will pay the HAVE
railroad later.
A vegetable corrective for the stom- Anthoi
achs of babies and children with the Arches
name of each ingredient In plain En- Arredo
glish on every bottle, that is Casca- Berlin.l
sweet-t the ideal medicfine fo~r the little Dlitooht

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and increaing Busaem


Another High Russian Official Strwck
Dead by the Hand of a
Tver, Russia., Dec. 24.-Count Alex-
is Ignatleff was assassinated yesterday
in the Hail of Nobles by an unldentifl-
ed man who, after firing six bullets
into his victim, tried to commit sui-
cide, but was seized and is now in
Ignatieff was a member of the Coun- -
cil of Empire. fag U
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Philipines, health was the moat
important consideration. Willls T. l
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.
-- Thef
Russian Assistant Consul in Chicago
Turns Out to be a Woman
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 24.-A coroner's
jury summoned to investigate the
death of Nicolal Derelyan, formerly
assistant Russian consul at Chicago,
whose death a few days ago revealed
the fact that the decedent was a wo-
man wsa has masqueraded as a man.
returned the following verdict yester-
"'The person residing here since the
fourth of November, 1906, as a male
under the name of Nicolal Derelyan,
was as a matter of fact a female, and
Sthe body inspected at the morgue by
this jury was that of the same person.
Death was due to pulmonary tuber-
The body will be photographed and
will probably be buried here.
Dr. Rowe, Derelyan's physician, says
he is positive the corpse-is Derelyan's.
He declared that no substitute could
have directed the business correspon-
dence with the Russian consulate and
American bureau that went through his
Derelyan was connected with the
Russian consulate at Chicago for over
twelve years. A divorced wife, as well
as a second wife, now live In Chicago.
They both have asserted that Derelyan
was a man.
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,'
colds and lung troubles is not affected
by the national pure food and drug
law as it contains no opiates or oth-
er harmful drug, and we recommend
it, as a safe remedy for children and
adults. Sold by all druggists.
Prepared by the Hand of a Little
Child for His Mother
Roanoke, Va., Dec. 24.-Mrs. Kate
Obenchain, the young wife of J. E. ^
Obenchain, a Norfolk and Western en- m
gineer, died yesterday of convulsions
from poison administered unknowing- -
ly by her 3 year old son. |T
Mrs. Obenchain put some medicine |[
in a glass of water to dissolve and left | [ ]
the room for a moment. Duringr her "^ '
absence the child put a quantity of
an septic tablets in the glass and
when the woman returned she drank
the poison. .
Physicians who were summoned de-
clared the poison was sufficient to kill
sixty men. i
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

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Will find at our store one of the .largpi
newest, and modt complete Stocks of

Jewelry of Al M 4s,
PIBs, inki PIKs,
chaSIs and Fs,

That has ever been shown in this city.
In Cbt Glass, Fe eba. F
Skerfta ani rM SiverWM
ofalkinds and Styles, Fe
Umsrlas, wiT Mor WMit e-
tdh e Bandes, Souvenir
Postal Cards, (Cks, Ie. We
iot adk lee a bkr
sdek In Us uecbi.
Our prices will compare most favonlby
with our competitors, and the goods are
the very best. Give us a share of your

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Don't think for a mIwnuftethamt we ihave
out of the Fermntre Bftae - ia Ocaim. We
are here to stay and hare oe cep Ws.&lv
Etne bargains to offer in FURNITURE a" anl
kkdswof HOUSE FURHIsHIS both m new a
Our holiday hite Is coumig In and atalW
many rare bargains ina eaatfl gooh Gvle
s a call and we will save yoU nxa.


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Choice Candies,
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S;c-ncer's Bakery, ;hcne 332.
Fans at Cor.on's. lc. to i7.
Mr.'Harry G. Eagle'on of Tampa- is
:n the city fir the hcli'ayjs.

December 25, 1906

Little Neck Clam Cocktail, CryE:al River 2ay Oysters.


We hia
hold a big I

kinds-- ---larger b.xe
Al: kinds of for the holidays
A ) t tile Ocala Nc.i Corr.;ar.y. India Relish, Sweet Mixed Pickles, Chill Sauce, Sour Pickles, Chow-Chow.
SSwet lPickied Onions, Caviar Sour Cana'-e a 'a Russe, Consomme
rgs, U Dr. E. Van Hool was ca:Ied to Dun- d'Orleans. Essence ,of C,iz'-en S .gnra. Eo!el XKennebtec River Sal M UD
RugS nelon last evening mon. Shi imp Sauce. Celery. S :ced Cucuumbers,
Si .-- Spanish Cynions, Pl.i!aaeipha. Crcn. D_-_:han-.-.a !Sa-ce.
erRA..S1 RI i lDr!nk Gr.en S'rr.z. natural mineral
A m el, X ^ a ; ,rater at t;-e An -Monroly Drugstore. .
R Roast Prime Ribs of New York Beef, Natural Sauce, Roast Domestic Duck.
SJ. B. Carter, of St. Petersburg, is at Stuffed Currgnt Jelly, Roast Suckling Pig with Apple Sauce
m 'the Ocala IIouse.
Rugs, Crepe raier in all colors at 5 cents Sweet Ereada. Larded and Champlgnons. Soft Shell Crabs, Tartare Sauce. f
per roll. at the Variety Store. Spanish Puffs. Richelieu Sauce, Swedish Salad, Mashed Potatoes. ITHE C
ma Rugs, i CandieC TYh,,s, Steamed Rice, Frcnch Peas, Spinach with Eggs,
r a J There was ice thiy morning, a quar- yster Bay Asparagus, Drawn Butter
IA tler of an inch thi,:', in many places.
and Att Squarei I 'ur liis arce cut, 'c hone -No. )03. Christmas Plum. Pudding. Brandy Sauce. Old-Fashioned Pumpkin Pie,
f r u r Strawberry Snort Cake, Vanilla Ice Cream. Assorted Cake, Almonds. Is ml
S -'Miss Annie Sharpe i3 In the city for %Valnuts, Pec:ans. Brazilian Nuts, Cluster Raisins. Apples, Oranges
A the holidays. Tangerines. Malaga Grapes, Y young Swiss. American, Brie or
AR_ S ; I.^ ?3 EEdam ('iCheese. Saltine or Be nts' Water Crackers, Coffee. Of fer
U COW FOPr SALE--Fine Milker. with
and young calf. Br-oken to lead and tie. ment
Price, $5, spot c,-h. E. C. Smith. CHILD SHOULD BE STOPPED
LAR PRiCES < MIs Josic Bullock is entertaining DI SOL BE- S T OP P-E deuCe
I hr fr.iend. Miss Essie Drae tn, Harry. the bright little four-year- I The Star begs leave to call the at-
s oile. n old son of \Mr. and Mrs. Rwland tention of the city and state police to
Jacksonville. I
i arsh, ,ied Saturday afternoon, at the the fact that a number of the toy pis-
Crepe paper n all colors at 5 cents ho:ne of his parents at Panasoffkee., tols being sold in Ocala at this season
rNOLEUa and OIL LOTn a colors aI I cents .
[NOLEUM and OIL CLOTH er roll, at the Variety Store after a short illness. The little one are made to carry a 22-caliber short
Swas buried at that place yesterday, cartridge, and are just as much weap-
SThere thirty-tie arrival at Mr. Marsh was formerly Miss Bertha ons in the light of the law as a re-' f
- ,- --_ - -- _he H e .uday antwen Garrnble of this Cit\, daughter of 'Mr. volv-er of the same caliber. Moreover,
Sundayatura and David amble. The friends of Mr. they are in the hands of children. Who L
I. and 'Mrs. Marsh sympathize with them ,have not the slightest discretion in
Remember the cou pons with each10 in the of their little child. their use. The writer has examined
B.RID G E '-- Remember the coupons'ith each10 e os-
rntpbseveral of these pistols and can guan-
S-purchase, when you buy at the YESTERDAY'S FIRE iantee that they are capable of inflict- I
penser of I.cala News Company. ing a dangerous if not fatal wound. At. Well Equipped
.. ... : The roof of the residence of Mr. and They are far more dangerous both t,,, chinery at
n and Cold Drinks, 'r "l : ". .. "h cMrs. Will -Moore in the north end of their possesors and the general public
n spend the holidays with his parents. about 4 han the cannon craer and other LIGHT TURNINC
FruitS, confteCtpOS, .. .. c o'clock. Mr. H. G. McDavid's family explosives that the city government
Sterling and plate coffee sets. Ocala.a
uIar BRra.nds o Cigars. usic Co saw the blaze and ran over, carrying has very wisely tabooed. It is a glar- I A Sp;
a. ladder, and assisted by some of the ing wrong for dealers to sell these j Marine an4 Static
Shrink or saucr of cream nlll Mr Q Peacock and wife left e neighbors had the fire out when the pistols to children and It is our opinion Gasolin
Sdrink or dsauer of cream der. Q. Et. Pacock and wife left hey department arrived. This was return- that any man who sells them is just
terday for W illiston, where they will Agents for the M
get the placeend a few das with rltives. ing a favor, as Mr. Moore did valiant as much liable to pay a license for A
e spnd a fw dys ith relservice in saving the MacDavid resi- dealing in firearms as one who sells
Wedding ring napkin rings at Ocala dence a few weeks ago. 44-caliber revolvers. Parents should DEALERS IN I
mICE CREAM PARLOR Music Co. s ee to it that their children are notATTE
C AO Puff boxes, nail brushes. tooth brush- handling these dangerous toys. and the
C, l Bank. A....MJ .T es, hair brushes, military brushes, police should confiscate them where-
*^ Chlamblis' Blank. A. p. Mlorgan. j. j. F-mr, Tom Tye '^ r Isd u
adA...k. St'ohr. aet y rosew4od and celluloid mirrors, whisp- even found. It would also be well to
So Atlanta are at br ns arid all other toilet articles. arrest and fine some of the kids, for O caI
.A beautiful line to select from. Ty- the Star reporter has seen at least two i
U M umbrellas, $1.50 to $16, at the Ocala dig & Co. boys hardly out of dresses flourishing
S-- the loaded pistols and making threats'
Susic Co. 'hl' it was quite cold this morn- in the true Jesse James style. SHOP
SI Arche Inram Jacksonville is in ft- Florida, it in no way compared This in nzo way refers to the ordi- l
an .Arcs.e engram JaCKsOni eo eae, so b --
cn the cIty -,-f hson p en tos, 1r, wi tlhe weather in New Hampshire, nary cap pistol, which although a nui. -
Sland Mrs. Peter Ingram. wlre last Friday it registered 29 de- ance to older people. is not dangerous, am-J
a n _. 1. gr s below zero. and should be enough for any bo: un- ;_[
Manicure sets up to $42. Ocala der twelve years old.
I .. | 11 .M s c o No! Huyler's candies have not ad- |
n |i | | m| vanced In price. You can buy Huyler's Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munroe andi SU
iMr. and 'Mrs. Frank Dorsy came up as cheap as you can any other kind, their charming little girl arrivd ves-
C Co. I* v-n U Mrr and irrs. Frank Dorsis came up. H"ward un.o "nd"S"
a N e w w C omHoler yesterday to spend Christ- A fresh supply just received at T. W. terday from Ashville, N. CW to s;.end .
Sim with their parents. Troxier's. the winter with relatives and friends. A Full Stock
. rId j i | r^ n'\ ^ Mrs. Munroe was one of Ocala's belles _add_1
S LI All kinds of reworks wholesale a...nd Mrs Reuben Smith of Oxford is in in her girlhood, and has not lost any j Saddil
S' tail, at the al Bazaar, Gads #he city spending the holidays with of her good looks or power to charm,
Jo IN TOW N / t. her daughters, Mrs. A. P. Gilmore and while her little daughter, Miss Fran- HEAVY F
S Mrs. D. Tompkins is somewhat Mrs. Ben Borden. ces, is budding out into a most 'win- I E(nxclusive Ag
i A improved tJ'y, we are glad to learn. ----- some young lady. Mr. Munroe at, "*' *^
Fi .-ne ir efor "The holiday stationery is going fast. brother of one of Ocala's leading bank-. tine 'Wagon
SFine cl rs for Christmas pres ts The time to buy is now and the place ersa, has a legion of friends he5, all
at theP ice ]rugstore. ? ,'s the Postoffice Urugstore. of whom are glad to see him agqin. _
y ,, ,e .... t. Gold beads at Condon s. 'We want your prescription business
X ar. % Hawkins, of Clear ter, G :ind are better prepared than ever to
. -- was _r1stred at the Ocala use --- ---- --- take care of it. Tydirgs & Co.
largest and best yesterd
IV~ A fV n D W Mrs. Hardy yPCroom and little son
'y Poods-DoUs, f*phon 300 if your lights are xtof UlAVIe S, fft for Tallahassee today tojoir. Mr.
fEtcl-w have fix. Croom. Mrs. Croom was accompanied
Sto Tallahassce byher ter, Miss
S. Mr. aR Mrs. Geor-,# F. Davenport aLAL EST TE A iraisy Bell, of this city, w- will spend
Sf Teb ssee, are guess of the Ocala the holidays in Tallahassio:,.
g i Hou3 A |
,FOR SAL--Full loed Ae tion if you will phone or write us of
Nowg J t o a f. .ip. ,nw reaiy fnr shirment. Ad- aPE' IALT 'any friends or relatives who are tt- w
M M or A tf V Idress, Hermossa Farms, Lady Lake, i ing you,-or any of your family wl-"*e
e ^ S 01 __ pvi.,siig away trcm homo during ,.he *H
Chlr-'. .r $s RooM 31. hIOLDER BLOCK holidays.
..... "" t* Fx-Mvor E',-^.---ris came In last "
n'?ht to s-end, hristmas with his OCAL_-. I LORIDA. I Among *hose who dfn-d at the
__ Ie S_.ndy 5: mother and brother John. |Montezum. Sunday were T. Hood
eehe l n tables. 3 land wife, Dunnellon; W. O. u'fman,
; iSee tho.e hari- omo dfntn r tablesH, L Srarr; D. T. Johnron. the I=ldwood Give8s rest to th<
i,'e*or 13 and lI-, racks at Mclver & PHOSPHATE LANDS liverymun; N. R. Eyce, P Ingls; tired stomach, w
SMacKay's. dtf Either i har roc or pebble region,, J. E. Eds n, Dunneilon, T Ra- stomach and cat
Ses, e handsome and I f developed I can sell them for you. I sy Invernes; J. G. Herren id wife,
? l Will Hows ....e handsome ndB. brewer and f~e. M.a$- I0 x .st x .l
I hustl'ng" young dr-mmcr, Sundayed in not developed, I can have the workPsc s |wrtoi.cawb- |
d the city. rjdone for yoL cot e. o fot...
.. l' 1 I have .f following to offer In s-
"-''' ..... "- 1 o^-'^ cit p" ert," Gen;:in- French stag and te: !lng s l- z av
O ur line of desks ard CO-- "O l c r er touler sets and brushes at r ie Anti- I L
--^^ .nnation dc&Fs and #on:; cases will be i_ ......--- -.. Mornnnnlv DiRrstore. fee ou;- line be- ,

f'-uind exrecdlngl4- handsome. Mclver IeUTT PROPERTY fore buying.
& M..acN. The :or'thw-est c rrer ,-2t, 29 feet
facing lagnoiia street and S4 feet on' Paul Durand', from St. Petersburg,
Mr. anl Mrs. U. 'M. Hampton left North First street, facing the govern- and Frank Durand, from Dunnellon.
.-st evening fkA Arcadia to spend ment building site. is still unsolu; also are in the city. spending Christmas
Christmas with relatives. the lot immediately south of It, 28 ; with their mother, Mrs. M. L. Durand.
f.; feet by R4 feet.
Cart. John L. Inglis. of DunneiI, .1 Engine No. :3 was the lucky' num-
precilent of the DunneIlon Phosphfte ALLRED HOTEL I; er to,'av She rolled in ten minutes
Co. and the Port Inglis Terminal Co., itua immediately north of the :at, with En'ineer Bassett at the
,is a guest at the Ocala House. Has two-story, .ke tail."
Seaboard depot. Has two-story, I -
..... oom hotel building upon it and out-i
J. M. Boring, formerly of Marion. is rdcii hotel building upon it and out-
iJ Ih Boring. formerly o h aring Is houses. Occupies entire block. An orange tree In Dr. E. Van Hood's
Sin the cit. from Croom. shaking hands yard. on which the hose had been; i
with friends. ALLRED DWELLING HOUSE : turned Sunday night, was literally cov-
I Also covers an entire block due north ered with ice this morning. It was a,
ORANGES FOR SALE-We have.v... be'ebifdnot""g
hORA0 E^ F ORn Ah--\e naveof hotel. 12-room dwelling and barn :'ery beautiful thing as it glittered and
about boxes offine, fancy, bright south half of block. north half can threw forth myriads of light when the i
oranges for sale. Carmichael & Son 1 i o early morning sun burst forth In all its
e or o be built on.
Company. loryv.
'Mr. and Mrs. Enseviller, of Wood- j 'e have a conmpiete line of drug-
stock, Va.. who for the rast two weeks I am planting forty acres west of the The mot
stock, Va.,.whofor.the "a.t"%"weeks..gist s sunwrtcs and drugs. The most
:have had rno-.s w ith Mrs. Clark. left aboard main line, which I will place Up-to-datP in the city Tdings & Co.
today for Orlando. -,n the market in a few days. Good
title and easy payments. Wide streets Dr. and Mrs. Bennett came up from
: Green Springs natural mineral water and alleys. Crystal Ri\ver this morning and took;
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore by WOODMAR the S. A. L for Tampa to eat Christ-
A the glass. gallon or carboy. mas dinner -with their daughter, Mrs.
* IThe garden spot of Lake Weir. I have R. J. Knight.
' Mr. J. P. Harder. who arrived in the : small fuirnishAd rnttagn tn rent there

ye bomos to rent at $-.&00 per 7MEM*
lo' of vila.%ble papar, jeelry1 :s-r
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pedialty Made of the Repairing and AdJOtllaff t
onery Engines of Light Horsepower, Either -S eatr S6
is, Automobiles and Automobile Engine, It1.
onaroh Ball N etal, t he Calumet Gas Engine Oil, k *LA
Elastic Paint, the Delta Dry Batteriee

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rnts for the Famous White Hiokory
. Prompt Attention to out of Town Orr0s.-

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There were a number of as$ at
drunks tried In the. mayor' court ti
morning with the uauat reaaSL Dw-
ing the day a good many ae- tn _t-r
colored, were locked up for be1tf Ib-
toxicated. The sinners Were oQnly b
proved of their liberty when they e
:came too boisterous.
Editor Star: In your iaU of tt
| 22nd inst. anent Howeard Acadeaiy y7,0
i credited me as being a graduta fe the
i Tuskegee Institute. Pertimt to 4W-O
Srect by saying that I am not at ai.
uate of that insttiono, but 9 9f
University. I have bowrw bve emW
ored with fifteen years of aet wV -
a teacher in that very taeful (Tl-
gee) institution. J. D.

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Assortment of Fancy Boxes Canton Center, Com, who i O106tl0
Jut Received t I the L. S. service fore about i 9"w3
says: "We avehv ftd = C40 1m
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Best Year-Round Hetel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date
Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Eat





The material is all right

It builds the best fence

It is sold reasonably






HOTEL WINDLE, 15. 11. 19 E. Forsyth Street

New and First-Class in all
American Plan $2.00 to
: $2.50 per day.
European Plan, Rooms, one
oi person, 75c. per day and
up. Special weekly rates.
Center of City. Near all
Car Lines. Open all the
Yeax Rooms with Bath
Extra Charge.

C, B zmfll', Propietor, Jacksonville, Florida.
Bus from Depot and Steam Ships

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I have the best line of watches to
select from of any house In Central
Florida. Watches for ladies and men. CANo CATAmC
and for any price; also any design or
size. Come in and inspect the line.
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
1 BUS I N E $8 FOR SA LE Peusant. Palatable. Potent. Taste good. Do Good.
BUever Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 19c. 25c. 6ec. Nerve
mold In bulk. The icennline tablet stamped CC C.
A splendid well established andpay- uarateedto cure or your money back.
IA splendid, well established and pay- Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 5q
ing business for sale. For particulars ANNUAL SAILE, TEN M1UON BOXES
apply to F. W. Ditto.
Can find a comfortable, homelike hotel U MN r,
and a congenial lot of people, at Col. r; B t
Shipman's Montezuma hotel. IVtU AES
T ID~1 [ tt7fCURES
In sto 12 Hours
There is no other medicine manufac- TkrJi . Atqts
tuerd that has received so much praise __ -
and so many expressions of gratitude
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It L A L E X A D E
is effective and prompt relief follows A. A r
its use. Grateful parents everywhere
do not hesitate to testify to Its merits Practical
for the benefit of others. It is a cer-
tain cure for croup and will prevent QARPENT[R AND BUILDER
the attack if given at the first appear-
ance of the disease. It is especially 2arclul estimates inade on all contract
adapted to children as it is pleasant ,ork. Gives more and better work
to take and contains nothing injurious. ',or the more than any otherr con-
Mr. E. A. Humphreys, a well known -i n- r in thi. ,Tv
resident and clerk in the store of Mr.
E. Locke, of Alice, Cape Colony, South
Africa, says: "I have used Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy to ward off *mftaf iI
croup and colds in my family. I found R em


Years and years ago, oer Jordan's land. ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Shepherds kept watch at night
O'er their flocks, safe in God's hand. (St. Peterburg Independent.)
When, from far away, where angels "Twas a chilly night. The fog hung
dwell, in great gobs close to the earth-a
Came floating a song, whose mystic wet., sticky fog.
spell E. M. North, district passenger
Has filled the dark wirld In Its light: agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, from
"Hallelujah, hallelujah. therr'e wrapped !Wilmington, N. C., aand J. G. Kirk-
In its mystery bright!" 'land. traveling passenger agent of the
And they wonder, "Are we dreaming?" same road, with headquarters at Tam-
for o'er and o'er again, pa, were making a tour of inspection
"Hallelujah,. the angels sang, "Fear of the branch from St. Petersburg to
not, good tidings we bring." Trilby. It was Mr. North's first trip.
Great joy to earth's people they sing. He was "learning the road." He
"Glory to God In the highest peace on knows it now. It will be his last trip.
earth, good will to men." The train on which they were resid-
"To you is born today, in Bethlehem, ing-pardon, moving-was shuffling
a Savior, into Pasco.
In swathing bands, in a lowly manger Now Pasco is a beautiful city up
Christ, your new born King, is found. the road.
And a star shall guide you through all It consists of a railroad siding and
danger, what is supposed to be a main line.
To where Mary, her Babe and Joseph At one time the A. C. L. thought sc-
are housed with cattle, riously of erecting a sign board read-
To show pitiful ignorance, o'er which ing "Look out for the locomotive," and
He shall battle., making other improvements there, but
He is like Melchisedec, the Prince of reconsidered the matter, for sign
Peace, boards cost money, and if It was
And In His name all sin shall cease." known in Wall Street that the compa-
And together the angels and stars sang 'ny had spent money to erct a sign
again, board, the A. C. L stocks would go
"Glory to God in the highest, peace on to the eternal bow wows.
earth, good will to men." The train got to Pasco, all right, all
Then, the wondering wise men said, right.
arising, And it staid there. Staid there for
"We'll go and see what the Lord Is four mortal hours.
revealing." "What's the matter?" inquired Mr.
They followed the star. "Where's the North of the conductor.
new King?" they kept asking. "Oh. sire," replied the Knight of the
When lo, the star stood o'er where the Punch. "The engine refuses to engine.
Child lay, Oh. curses on it, curses on it! The
And, as they did homage, giving gold, coal is like the sand that flies by the
frankinscence, myrrh, that day, sad sea; the water in the boiler is
Floated down the song. whose mystic luke warm. whereat it should be at
spells least hot enough to generate the
Sing of God's plan to save, His love to steam."
men tells. "Gadzooks, what shall we do? Fifty
"Hallelujah. hallelujah," the triumph- miles from nowhere and out of gaso-
ant song again, line, and we left our walking shoes at
"Glory to God In the highest, peace on home on the piano."
earth, good will to men." "Good sirs," replied the engineer.
And oe's the world, its darkness still ;"Stop talking and get busy. Take
bilghtning, hatchets and Jack kniver and hike to
The light of the world, born that the tall timbers and get a supply of
Christmas born, kindling wood."
And sang o'er Bethlehem's manger, And the high dignitaries of the road,
where Christ the King was born, and the smaller fry, and the passeng-
Told from o'er Jordan's plains, where ers, et al., went into the scrub and
shepherds watched at night,
Still floats the mystic spell, filling our
hearts with music bright, Ba
Making real dark ages, wise men Now Is Today3
Of Immortality's golden dream' made Better, thank you. In fact, quite well
real In the stars beaming. Fat, round and full of life and mischieL
"Hallelujah," the world sings with the Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim
angels the glad news again, pies No cough, no indigestion.
"Glory to God in the highest, peace on pleso No u no d
earth, good will to men." All on account of
I A. P.

New Courthouse Completed and Paid
For--Speoial Tecm of Circuit Court
to Try Two Murderers administered by a mother whose love
Bronson, Dec. 24.-W. J. Epperson was tempered with common sense.
and A. J. Hardee, of Bronson, and A. She knows that OZOMLULSION is
P. Stucky and J. N. ILleo, of Ocala, a fountain of energy for grown-ups,
have opened a large turpentine plant too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes
near the Suwanne river.
Levy county's brick courthouse Is plenty of rich blood. For pale. feeble
completed and paid for. It is a fine folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
building and every citizen points to (east. It cures Consumption when
It with pride. laken in timt. All drugg:sts sell it-
A special term of the, circuit court
will be held here lby Judge Wills of 50 cents and $1.oo the bottle. Let a,
Starke, Fla., beginning Dec. 31, for the tend you
purpose of trying two men for murder Free Sample oMfte by Ball
(both white), Gabe Priest for killing
I. N. Chance, marshal of Morriston. Write letter or postal to
on election day, last May, and a man
named Horton. who is accused of klU- OZOMIUI.SION CO.
ing his wife. &FPino St-e't. diN"w Y@rh
A Fine Ten-Room House
Will sell my fine residence in the |L C
flst ward. It is a two-story, ten-room
house and has a bath and all modern "I tried all kinds of blood remedies wM'h faiic4
to do me auiygood bot i have fonnid the ri.hbt thlitii
improvements, large lot, at a price that last. a full pinple aid black.
will Interest buyers. Price and terms heads. After taking CMcarets tley all Ieft I am
couiItnulng the nee of them and recommend:
reasonable to a responsible buyer. Am them to my friends. I feli fine when I rise u the
itaving the city the cause of the sale MCUrin Hop. to hae a chance to reconmmnd
Apply to M. Handelsman at the Bos- Fred C. Witten. Tn glm St., R(wark. N. J.
ton Store, Ocala. Fla. n st or

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t1IRIIEINAUER & CO. : i I+ Spencer* Bakery phone: IS%. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT .'

Fans at,Con cros Itt to IT. December 25,1906
We have boxes to
rent at $5.00 per year that will

Offer a Complete Atsortm nt of f fi In MrVHarry the city for G.the Eagleton holidays.of Tampa. is Little Xeck Clam Cocktail Crystal Hirer Bay Oysters. 'hold'a big lot of valuable; : papers: : jewelry, etc. Also

larger boxes: costing: a little more. Come and see them.
All kinds of goods for the holidays
Turkish Rugs x-: at the Ocala News Company. India Relish. Sweet'Mixed Pickles. Chili Sauce; Sour Pickles, Chow-Chow.
a Sweat. Pickled Onions, Caviar Soar Canape a 'la R .sse. .Consomme
L> Dr. E. Van Hood was called to Dun- Orleans Essence of CUaken S .gnora, Ballet Kennebec River Sal MUNROE & CHAMBLISS,
Velvet RagsLAxmtaster i' oenon last evening.- moo. Shrimp Saeee Celery. Sliced Tomatoes. Cucumbers.

.. { Spanish Onions. Philadelphia: Capon. Bechamal Sauce. BANKERS.

Rugs Drink Green Springs natural mineral Ocala
U4a Florida.
water at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Roast Prime Ribs of New York Beef. Natural Sauce. Roast Domestic,Duck
2ri '
"* J. B. Carter, cf St. Petersburg I* at Stuffed Currant Jelly. Roast Suckling Pig with Apple Sauce -

Bcsrmah Rugs, t: the Ocala House. '

Tapestry Rugs x Crepe paper In all'colors at 5 cents Sweet Breads. Larded and Champignons. Soft Shell Crabs. Tartare Sauce.
r per roll, at the Variety Store. . Spanish PuHs. Richelieu Sauce Swedish Sa.13.J!. Mashed' Potatoes. THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
riH Candled Vac is. SteAmed Rice. French Peas. Spinach with Eggs.
.. .
rig Smyrna Rugs, cvJS There was ice this morning. a quar- oyster Bay Asparagus Drawn Butter
ter cf an Inch thick In many places.*

and Art Square g
pa If your lights are out. 'phone No. 300. Christmas Plum Pudding, Brandy Sauce, Old-Fashloned Pumpkin Pie

I Strawberry Short Cake Vanilla Ice Cream Assorted Cake. Almonds modest but progressive and '
f. MIss Annie Sharpe U In the city for Walnuts, Pecans: Brazilian Nuts Cluster Raisins Apples Oranges ,

.w z IN POPULAR SIZES S the holidays. j I Tangerines. Malaga Grapes. Y oung Swiss American Brie or offers legitimate inducement
Edam Cheese Saltine or Be nta' Water Crackers, Coffee. every ."-
u COW FOR S-LE-Flne linker, with I

I and '(XIWINDOW young calf. Broken to lead and tie. to {customers. Correspondence

Price, $59, spot each. E. C. Smith.

AT POPULAR PRICES Harry the bright little fouryearold Star begs leave to call the attention -
hr friend. Miss Essie. Drayton,. of
con of Mr. and Mrs. Rowland of the city and state police to

o Jacksonville. Marsh died Saturday afternoon, at the the: fact that a number of the toy pistols J. B. BROOKS, Cashier.
home of his parents at Panasoffkee being sold In Ocala at this season
Crepe }n all colors at 5 cents
SHADES,LINOLEUM and OIL CLOTH after a short illness. The little one are made to carry; a 22-caliber short
the Store
roll at Variety
Baer wa* bu fed at that place yesterday. cartridge and are Just as much weap-
Mrs. Marsh was formerly :Miss: Bertha ons in the light of the law as a revolver -
'I There were thirty-three arrivals at Gamble of this city, daughter of Mr. of the same caliber. Moreover. OGALA GAS ENGINE WORKS
Ocala. House Saturday and twenty
,/ David Gamble. The friends of Mr they: are In the hands of children who
punday and Mra Marsh sympathize with themIn have not the slightest discretion in .

ALLEN VV. BRIDGES the loss of their little child. their use. The writer has examined General Machine &
I Remember the coupons with each 10 I several of these pistols and can I Repair Shoos
ent: purchase when you buy at the
YESTERDAY'S FIRE antee that they are capable of
Dispenser of >ala News Company. nga dangerous If not fatal guan-I Are Well Equipped With the Most Skilled Mechanics and the Latest Machinery f

The roof of the residence of Mr. and They are far more dangerous and Tool for Doing at Short Notice ale Kinds of
Mr. Bennie Condon is in the city to tol
Pure Ice Cream. and Cold:Drinks, Mrs. Will Moore In the north end of their possesors neral public ,!
spend the holidays with his pcurent- town caught Ore yesterday about 4 than the cannon cram and other I LIGHT TURNING, FITTING PIPE: CUTTING. THREADING AND LIGHT

Choice Candies, Fruits, Confections, I o'clock. Mr. IL O. McDavid's family explosives that the city government REPAI WORKA
Sterlingand plated coffee sets. Ocala
FoIIiLinc of all Popular Brands oi Cigars.: Music Co. saw the blaze and ran over carryinga has very wisely tabooed. It Is a glar- Specialty Made of the Repairing* and Adjusting of
ladder and assisted by some of the ing wrong, for dealers to sell these Marine and: Stationery Engines of Light Horsepower Either Steam, Gas or
neighbors had the fire out. when the pistols to children and It is our opinion Gasoline, Automobiles and Automobile Engines, Etc.
Come iu and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under Mr. Q E. Peacock and wife left yes-
department arrived. This was returning that any man who sells them Is justas
terday for "WHllston, where they will the Ball tf eta! h
Agent for Monarch t Calumet Gas Engine Oil the Area
valiant !
did much liable to
the' a favor as Mr. Moore pay a license for
tht electric fan Don't forget place. spend a few days with relatives. Elastic Paint the Delta Dry Batteries
service In. saving the MacDavld resi- dealing in firearms as one who sells

dence a few weeks ago.Puff 4-caliber revolvers. Parents shouldsee DEALERS IN PIPES FITTINGS SHAFTINGS PULLEYS.
Wedding ring napkin rings at Ocala
ALLEN\ BRIDGES' ICE CREAM PARLOR to it that their children are not
boxes nail brushes tooth handling these dangerous toys and the
hair brushes military brushes PoUce should confiscate them where-
Next to :Munroe fe Chambliss' Bank. A. P. Morgan J. J. Fair, Tom "Tye
I rosewtod and celluloid mirrors, whlsp- even found. It would also be well to
and A. J. Stropher, of Atlanta. are at
the Ocala House. . brfrjis, and all other toilet articles. arrest and fine some of the kids for Ocata Gas Engine Works
A teautlful line to select from. Ty- the Star reporter has seen at least two ,

r. f 0 0 00 0H- -. : XOO MOXMXX.O+; I d fags .& Cat boys hardly out of dresses flourishing
: T Umbrellas. $1.50 to 116. at the Ocala Successor to YONGE & CLINE
t'- 4 <<< the: loaded pistols and making threats _
1 I Music; CaArchie cold this In the true Jesse James <
t It was quite style
: Florida. It In no way compared This In no way refers to the ordinary ..
s- at Ingram yf. Jacksonville Is weather in New' Hampshire cap pistol,. which although a nuisance 1 -
t in the city r lUng his parents, Mr.
file: Friday It registered 29 de- to older people is not dangerodo
and Mrs. Peter'ngTam.lI"nlcure .
: zero and should be enough for any bog un- KP4IGMT & LANG

der twelve years old. "
sets to $42., Ocala *
O Music" Co. up I IlIr. K'o! Huylers candies have not advanced I Successors S. A STANDLEY & CO. .
The Ocala II I In price. You can buy Huylers Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munroe. and io ..

.l I as cheap as you can any other kind. their charming little girl arrived yesterday -
: and Mrs. Frank Dorsey came up
!' A fresh supply> Jusu received at T. W.i from Asheville N. Ot to rt-end Oi
O/I xw from m with Holder their yesterday spend Christ- i Troxlers. Z* the winter with relatives and friends: A Full. Stock of Wagons, Carriages, Buggies, Ha .

''r 'THE OLDEST 11OLIDA t : All f kinds of f rework, wholeate." and I 4 I I Mrs. Reuben-Smith i cf-Oxford Is In Mrs.her Munroe girlhood was, and one has of Ocala'a not lost bellesin any Saddlery and all the Accompanying Lines =iT

I ,fee city spending the holidays with of her good looks to
or power charm r
retail" at theLala Bazaar, Gads.Mrs. .
GOODS HOUSE IN TOWN i I her daughters. Mrs. A. P. Gilmore and while her little daughter, Mies Frances HEAVY FARM AND TURPENTINE WAGO 5.

r+- r Y Is somewhat Mrs. Ben $or<3en.j LI is budding out Into a most "win the
D. W. Tompkins - Exclusive Agents for Famous White Hickory T* l t?n
. [improved if. 7 v j The holiday stationery li going fast. brother of one of Ocala's leading bank-. tine Wagon. Prompt Attention to out of Town OrcSrs."" r

[ t, 1 . Fine c'JIrs! for Christmas I! The time to buy Is now and the placeI era has a legion of friends hey' all

"7 .,IJ. ,:':..'; . _ __. t 1: at the P rcjfice: lIrugstoreir. presets i I the Postoffice Drugstore. of.:..whom are glad ,to see him ag+:n. IKNIGHT & LANG

I Cold beads af con ol1ls.I We want your prescription business ----
B cf Cle .
Ij | Hawkins larrpter and are better prepared than ever to
was r watered at the Ocala Isous* e
take care of It. Tydirgs & CaMrs.
V!/F have the l largest and best 1 yester' ; : ,I .

4t ". '. j''line of Holiday Goods-Dolls.: f I I3CQ.Jf i DAVID S. V700DROW : Hardy Up Croom and little :on']'
'Phon your lights are t,t of : left for Tallahassee today! too Join Mt. :

.. fin. i Croom. Mrs. Croom was accompaniedto
Toys Books, Etc.have sever I s; I . I
Tallahassee by .herter, Miss ,
had. J j Mr. aal Sirs. Georry F. Davenportof REAL ESTATE! Daisy Bell of this city, wr? will spendthe |

,' TeJheasee, are gu.sta of the' Ocala I holidays In Tallahassee.
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ti / With each 10 tent pyehase : 1- I PHOSPHAtE* LANDS A The Star will appreciate the Information I
0 a'1 FOR SALT-Fun blooded .Berkshire If you will phone: or write us of
= it coupon eatllling &u Jo olgs. Now ready for shipment! Address -- SPECIALTY.. any friends or relatives who are vftiting ForDyspepsi

: chance: 0 /three $/. ; pieces ot f i I I fla. 'Hermossa." Farms' Lady: ,.": Lake, I visiting'away you.;:'or any from of your home family: durlns'the wljo-Ve

Handpahyed I t.hll'..*. 1. .! : ROOM 31, __HOLDER BLOCK holidays; ,
\ Fx-l ayor Edwards came In last
night to stiend Christmas with his I OCALI., :FLOEIDA. Among those who dln'-d "at the

,, Special Prices to Sunday, << i mother and brother John. ontezum. Sunday were T *!"' Hood tGives
and wife Dunnellon; W. O. /ttfman.Starr .
Schools. See those handjom* dining_ tables. ; D. T. Johnson, the f Tldwood rest to the stomach. For tndigestion.dyspepsia., sour stomach
.* sideboards and hall .racks at McIver & PHOSPHATE LANDS liveryman; N. R. Eyce. PcR. Inglls'! ; tired stomach weak stomach,windy stomach puffed stomach nenrot-s

OS.t MacKays. dtf Either In hard rode' or pebble region. J. E. Edsoa Dunnellon,. T fvY, Ramsey : stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A prompt relief., .
t0000" -- ---- Inverness; J. G. Herren < 14 v. Will Howes rite handsome and U developed I van sell them for work you. Pasco; W. B. Brewer and trfe, Mas- t,._.. .4 ta.n.e- Dl *sea What roe E6111 a w...,
If I have the
i hustling young drummer, Sundayed In not developed.. can cotte.: er ISakmm 'beOafh IJwecI w s.a .
the city. done for you.*. a. tet.aro.VaA. A* S--. t. .t .. .t..
N I have <.. following to offer In
,Genuine French stag and-sterling silver
MMM.4-O+:X. MXH: > < ..). 1jJle Ocala city property: SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONOPOLV DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLA
Our line of desks and
com- toilet sets and brushes at tae Anti-
a bination desks and 8.XJ-c.. cases will be Monopoly Drugstore. See our line before -- - I -
found exceedingly handsome. McIver. ZeSUTT buying. IN THE MAYOR'S COURT

... ... &a sr- .!!I .I1' & MacKay. 1 The northwest corner lot 29 feet I THE MOST ACCEPTABLE 't r

I t facing Magnolia street and 81 feet on Paul Durand, from St. Petersburg, PRESENTFOR There were a number of cases of
Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Hampton left I North First street facing the govern- I and Frank Durand, from Dunnellon. XMAS drunks tried ID the.mayor's court this

See Acoot Your .... last evening for" Arcadia to spend l ment building site fa,still unsold: also are In the city spending Christmaswith OLD a YOUNG morning with the results. During -
Christmas with relatives. the lot immediately south of it. 28 I their mother. Mrs.. M. L. Durand. the day a good many men. mostly
r feet by 84 feet. s sA Colored; were locked up for being intexicated. -
Capt. John L. Inglla of Dunnel i Engine No. S3 was the lucky number sI The sinners were only deprived -
president of the Dunnellon Phosphjf:e ALLREO HOTEL I I today She rolled in ten minutes I of their liberty when they became -
Winter Co. and the Port Inglis Terminal Co, too boisterous.
Clothing Situated Immediately north of the :late with Engineer Bassett at themonkey '
Is a guest at the Ocala House. "' : talL"'We I
Seaboard depot. Has two-story, 18- I RW1Ng 0A SQUARE FROM PROFESSOR McCALL
room hotel building upon It and out- BDX OFOECORATkD
J M. Boring formerly of Marion, laIn ,
h usea. Occupies entire block. An orange tree In Dr. E. Van Hood's I
Now is the Time to Boy YourMen's the city from Croom. shaking hands [i yard on which the hoee had been Editor star: In your Issue of the
with friends. ALLRED DWELLING HOUSE .j{ turned Sunday night, was literally covered I 22nd tost anent Howard Academy. y
.. Also covers an entire block due northof J I with ice this morning It was avery credited me as being a graduate"of the
ORANGES FOR SALT:-We have Taskegee Institute. Permit me to cor-
I beautiful thing as it glittered and
: hoteL J.2-room dwelling and barn
Overcoats Ladies'Long about 76 boxes offine. fancy, bright on south half of block. North half can I'I threw forth myriads of light when the rect by saying that I am not a grad
oranges for sale. Carmichael & Son uate of that instlutlon butt flake
be built on. i early morning sun burst forth in all its r+our wRlAn+s a sr RArs.ttltrAatETY .
Company. glory. of ttTMEa ILONERiNNuid University I have however been hen

and Short Coats and NEW ADDITION TO OCALA I I +ty 5414&et a otba. ored with fifteen years of service asa
Mr. and Mrs. Enseviner. of Wood- have a complete line of drug 1t4etridfassDisCet+r'it teacher In that very useful fTuskc-
stock, VJL, who for the past two weeks I am platting forty acres west of the gist's sundries and drugs. The most Sae M MZ t gee) institution. J. D. MeCatf
have had roonrs with Mrs Clark left Seaboard main line which I will placeon 'I up-to-date in the city. Tydings; & Co.
Heavy Underwear today for Orlando. the market In a few days. Good KING OF ALL COUGH MEDICItiES.
title and Wide streets
easy. payments. Dr. and Mrs. Bennett came up from Mr. E. G. Case a man carrier of
Green Springs natural mineral waterat :and alleys."WOODMAR" Crystal River this morning and took I Canton Center, Conn who has beta In
Assortment" of Fancy Boxes
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore by the S. A. I* for Tampa to eat Christmas Large the U. S. service for about IS year
-AtM -- the glass gallon or carboy. dinner with their daughter. Mr*. Just Received at says: "We have tiled many cough

The garden spot of Lake WeIr. I havea I R. J Knight. T. W. TROXLER'S.The medicines for croup but Chamber
Mr J P. Harder, who arived In the small furnished cottage to rent there Iain's Cnugh Remedy is king of all

city Saturday will enter the Ocala by the week or month. There Is nothing We are displaying a magnificent line and one to be retted upon every. tlm*.
F ishel's Iron Works In the pattern room after ( more beautiful In Florida. Buy a 0_ screens in all sizes. styles and following students are at home We also find It the best remedy for

Christmas.! lot and build a cottage. You will never makes.. McIver & MacKay. fort he holidays: Charles Cleveland coughs and colds giving certain results -
0 regret It. Donald Schrleber. Louis and Charlie and leaving' no bad effects." For

Special prices on Hartland china at George W. Easterllng. who made a Chazal Miss Emma Xelson Miss Jean sale by all druggists.
I the Postof3ce Drugstore. flying visit to Savannah returned this Austin. Miss Bessie MacKay.

..II "lEI .Ii! .. AS. B .sa I I morning to eat his Christmas dinnerat : _Oar line of goods is now opened andYe
'Ed Tucker arived !from Atlanta last ICECISTILLED the Ocala House.A SundaY school committees are invited -! can" suit you In anything at the

night. Ed has secured a good situationIn to eee our line before buying "We i Ocala News Company.:
the Gate City which is much bet- new line of Iron beds, nearly one make special prices. Ocala News Co.
Fort King Grocery.I ter than going; to Panama. WATER-Fre. Delivery I iI hundred different! patterns and any II NOTl E OP APPLICATION FGTt

I price desired. at Mclver & MacEay". Mr. and Mrs. James Harder of New Tax Deed Under Section of Chapter -

Buy your" mileage books and tickets Hampshire, arrived Saturday and are f8!!. Laws of Florida
have bought the Fort King Grocery and restocked over the A. C. L. from R. T. Adams, Ocala Ice & Fuel Co. !1 Mrs. W. P. Haltley. who spent a the guests of their daughter, lira. O l Notice Is hereby given that Perry

it with a complete fresh line of Staple and the city ticket agent. Office in the week In Tampa returned Saturday I C. Pasteur Mr. and Mrs. Harder formerly Smiley, purchaser of tax certificate! No.
Ocala House. Telephone No.5.VOOD. and left today for Gainesville to spend lived In Ocala. Their many 1495. dated the 3rd day of April. A. DUti. -
Fancy Groceries; for the family trade. I will carry the holidays with her sister Mrs. friends are glad to see them. has filed said certificate In my

only the freshest: and best goods to be had, and The northbound A. C. L. passengerwas I BertEe. office and has made: application for
billed ten hours and twenty minutes Sliver almond sets at Condon's.Mr. tax deed to issue In accordance with
will guarantee to sell them to you a* cheap as anyone late today, while the southbound I: A Christmas box of perfume makesa law. Said certificate' embraces tM

in the cit'. Country produce bought and sold train was billed three hours and nice gift. We have a large line to and Mrs. Charles Marshall wentto following described 'property situatedIn
thirty minutes late. show. The Foatoffice Drugstore. St. Augustine Sunday to spend; the I Marlon county Florida to-wit: 8%
.... and fruits and baker's bread will be put in in a few holidays with friends. 1 1I of sw>4 eec 14. tp1C, rUe.

days. Give me a share of your trade and if good New lot of chafing dishes just In by A Big Load for $J Mr. W. L Jewett the weather man. 'I The said land being assessed at the
express' at the Postoffice Drugstore. reports the coldest weather last night i Wood wood. Order your stove' wood date cf the Issuance cf Bach certificate -
goods, courteous treatment and low prices merit a $.3 24 degrees above zero. At eight I from B. H. Seymour. Phone 1J5.: in the name'ot Charles ilcCrackvn. -

continuance of it, you will continue to trade with Supt. W.. D. Carn spent last week C.ASHB. ? o'clock this morning the thermometer I Don't wait nntlll freezing weather. Unless said certificate shall be
across the river taking In :Moss Bluff. registered 29 degrees. I redeemed according to law.: tax deed _
me. .Respectfully Electra and returning via Oklawaha II I Miss Georgia Borger has goneto via issue thereon on the 2Stb day of '..:: .
and CanUer.: He fount the schools In FOR SALE-My horse Dan. Can I Lake City to spend the holidays at, January. A. XX 1S97. -

N. L. WILLIAMS Psop. fine condition. H. SEYMOUR thoroughly recomaaenu. Herbert A.i home. Witness' my official signature and
a Ford.' iwd 1 seal this 24th day of December A. JX

Crepe paper In an colors at 6 cents Crepe paper In all colon at $ cents .1I0S.. -. 8. T. Slstruok.
Corner Fort King Ave. audrtcVtlahtic' Coast Line RailroaT (I per roll at the, Variety Star Phone J85- Pearl beauty pins' 'at Condon's. I per roa.;.at the Variety Store:. Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co, r.....


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Tears and years ago. atrjordan'a ATLANTIC COAST LINE i AMERICAN FENCE.See .

Shepherds kept watch at night
O'er their flocks ute In God's ba&d. (St. Petersburg Independent.) _How Close These ,- '\. 5SPS31

The soda cracker is an When from tar away, where angels Twas a chilly night The fog hung Iesnes Are. WillTom t.-jF-:1: : I ._ .
dwell. In They :
great gobs close to the ea.rth-a .
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Came coating a song. whose mystic wet sticky fog. _
ideal food. Uneeda ft-f' .
pen E. M. North district passenger Little Pig*. WJeary r, s.: I -,.t .

Has filled the dark wlrld In Its light; I agent of the Atlantic Coast Line from : 1! ; !
Biscuit are the ideal ""Hallelujah hallelujah ther're wrappedIn Wilmington. '?:. C, aand J. G. Kirkland Wire, Close M-sh Pig Tight E :=

Its mystery bright! l traveling passenger agent of the I L t Zt ft :;,

soda crackers. Indeed And; they wonder Are we dreaming same! road with headquarters Tam- Top and bottom: fca-s No. :.t EEtE HIK OJ!
for tier and o'er agaln."Hallelujah paTvere making a tour of Inspection E
." the angels can?. """Fea..r of the branch from St. Petersburg to 10 galvanized wire. Inter- ;;t-, : i .

not. good tidings we Drtng. Trtlby. It was Mr. xortlrt first trip. .. = -""
nediai bars No. \ \ :(
Great joy to earth'. people they stag. He was "learning the road." He galvanized i't .
a ;; ::::; s
-Only Glory to God In the highest peace on knows it now. It will be his last trip. wire, Stays 12 galvanized ..
earth, good will to men." The train on which they were resId-

-To you la born today. In Bethlehem, Ing-pardon,, moving was shuffling wire J2 incurs apait. We are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence also.L7RGE .
a Savior into Pasco

swatting bands In .. lowly manger Now Pasco U. a beautiful city up : STOCK.' QUICI< SHIPMENTS.
-> Christ your new bcrn King U found. the load:

And a star shall guide you through all It consists of a railroad siding and

soda crackers rightly danger what Is supposed to be a main line. ] THE LARGEST STOCK .: OF
To where Mary, her Babe and Joseph At one time the A. C. L. thought seriously ;

are housed with cattle. of erecting a sign board readIng HEAVY AND LIGHT HAPD-
made in the first place, To show pitiful Ignorance" o'er which "Look out for the locomotive," and

r He stall batUe. I mating other Improvements there but JAAC
rightly protected first He Is like} Melchlsedec the Prince of reconsidered the matter, for sign
Peace. boards cost money and If It was
And In His name all sin shall cease." known In Wall Street that the company -
last and all the time. I
And together the angels and stars sang had spent money to erct a signboard
again. the A. C. L. stocks would go MINERS' SUPPLIES, PAINTS,

"Glory to God In the highest peace on to the eternal bow wows. I + aP

I.e In a dust tight earth, good win to men.** I The train got to Pasco, an right, an I -= i a OILS ETc.. ETc., CARRIED IN

Then, the wondering wise ,men said I right. i iI
CrJ moisture proof ackaz/ arising. I And it staid there. Staid there for i ii LAG CENTRAL FLORIDA.HARDiAZHRB .

"Well goand see what the Lord. Is i four mortal hours. I II : '"
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANYTHE revealing" I "What's the matter Inquired Mr:

They followed the star. 'Where's the North of the conductor. M RION : CO.

.new King they kept asking. "Oh. sire" replied the Knight of the
I When lo, the star stood o'er where the I Punch, "The engine refuses to engine.Oh .
Child lay curses on it, curses on It! The -
And as they did homage giving gold. coal is like the sand that files by the

franklnscence, myrrh that day. sad sea; the water in the boiler is
Floated down the aong whose mystic luke warm whereat it should be at Cnn"s BaefcachCorrects R

spells least hot enough to generate the
Sing of God's plan to save His love to steam." KIDNEY CUR

men tells."Hallelujah. "Gadzooks. what shall we do7 Fifty rOLEr Irregularities

ha.11eluJah.the triumphant miles from nowhere and out of gasoline -
Do not risk
sons again. and we left our walking shoes at having S
"Glory to God In the highest peace on home on the piano case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not BHght's Disease

earth good will to men. "Good sirs," replied the engineer. Qf medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes
And oe's the world. Us darkness still "Stop talking and get busy. Take

brlghtnlng; hatchets and Jack: knlver and hike to SOLQ BY ALL DEALERS .. .
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The light of the world born that the tall timbers and get a supply of

Christmas born. '. kindling wood."

And sang o'er Bethlehem's manger And the high dignitaries of the road unmindful of the wild beats chop- -

where Christ the King was born. and the smaller fry. and the passengers ped wood as If their lives, depended

x Told from o'er Jordan's plains, where et ai, went into the scrub and upon it.'Cheer Mothers !

shepherds watched at night up." says Mr. North to Mr.
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Still floats the mystic spell filling our Kirkland. "it. will all come out in the

hearts with music bright wash. It was only yesterday that I Look out d for Children
Making real dark wise How Is and to your
ages men Baby Today found IS cent In an old vest

dreamingOf think It win show upon the records in Health while
Immortality's golden dream made Better thank you. In fact quite weQ Wan street that we have this night are young.

real In the stars beaming. Fat. round and full of life and mischief. supplied fuel to one locomotive, and

Hallelujah. the world sings with the Pink and white flesh, dotted with duty stocks win boom and our salaries will t
angels the glad news again,, raised. 1 have a hunch that all i a
No be
"Glory to God In the highest peace on pies. cough, no indigestion. uell. [iITEmI IVTRP.D.E J

MONTEZUMA: earth good will to men." AU on,account of ""Go to," replies Mr. Kirkland. "'It

M. A. P. will take seven dollars to have these

corns manicured off my hands. Me for
LEVY COUNTY NEWS the railroad track where I will keep '"\A.

LEASED FOR TEST YEARS mm1Tf1] warm by wearing out the ties in regular Is a great medicine for children. It keep! their liver active

New Courthouse Completed and PaidForSpecial walking and meditation. Oh cruel in a mild gentle manner yon trill gee a healthy color appearon
Teem world." their cheeks, and illness for them will tea thing of the past
of Circuit Courtto
Best Year.Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date T11 Join you. But for something to

Try Two Murderers administered by a mother whose love eat. If we could have but a sandwichand A Positive Cure
Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Eat
Bronson.. Dec. 24.-W. J. Eppersonand was tempered with common sense. set it out on a timetable-ah.
A. J. Hardee of Bronson. and A. I She knows that OZOMULSION is what a feast-eh. like Babes In the" CONSTIPATIOV, CHILLS AND'

F. J. SHIPMA]* PROPRIETOR. P. Stucky and J. N. Ltleo. of Ocala I a fountain of energy for grown-ups. Woods." end. In FOR. FC1'ER.111ALARIA. DYSPEPSIA -
But all tales come to an
have opened a large turpentine plant BILIOUSNESS, AND ALL
It of fieh. It
near the Suwanne river. I too. stops waste makes early morn when there was born another LIVER
Levy county's brick courthouse Is plenty of rich blood.: For pale feeble day the train pulled out and COMPLAINTS.Mrs.

completed and paid for. It Is a fine folk it is the chief nourisher at life's went about to, St. Petersburg by the 1 J. Hopkins, Manchester -
building and every citizen points to fust. It cures Consumption when bay.It Kan. writes: "I
isn't the shame and it Isn't the pain .
It with pride. laken iu tint*. An druggists sell it- i have used Herbine for
A special term ..f the. circuit court That nines like a whltehot brand; { know
; years, no betterfQl'
STEEL CHAMPION FENCING will be held here by Judge Wills of 50 cents and $1.00 the bottl Let 6t: It is coming: to know you are stung o i chills and fever, headache,

Stark,,Ha, beginning Dee. 31, for the send you again ..: i 'S biliousness etc. My child-
purpose of trying two men for murder That it makes you tear your hair. J ;f r "reli are never sliik. I will
(both white). Gabe Priest for killingL Free Sample! Soldo by Hall Stuns by -a railroad'that didn't care. rl use-it always.OJPRICE

9 "! N. Chance, marshal of Morrlston. Write letter or postal toOZOMUl.SION And well you know that It .didn't car. 50c.BallardSaawlieimeatCo.
u on election day last May, and a man Even as you and L .

t. named Horton. who Is accused of killing ; CO.
J\\ I u his,wife. OO-Plne Stlr".W" YorkPIMPLES Millions of bottles of Foleys Honey !
and Tar have been sold without any .
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FOR SALEA person ever having experienced "any 500-562 North Second St., .
other than beneficial results from Its

Fine Ten.Room House use for coughs COlds and lung trou ST. LOUIS MO., .
bles. This Is because the genuine Faley's 159 V
Will sell my ftn<* residence In the Honey and Tar in the yellow :
9 nrst ward. It is a two-story ten-room package contains no opiates or other
house and has a bath and all modern --tried.11 1 do m...71004 b.. I ,
improvements, large lot at a price that MT f.rewas full or pimple. and black.ieds. refusing any but the'genulne. Sold by Sold and ,
wilt interest buyers. Price and terms after taklnr Nft 1 emeo.tiaat.g Recommended by
__ .. l ab. ".. of &b... ..4 reeomm.odtn5 all druggists.
reasonable to a responsible buyer. An ahem b m :" I f..l en.when.I r1.. tb.Cucnt. THE ANTI-MOJO; OLV DRUGSTORE
ytope .
I bare ebeac. r.wmmeedProd
THE BEES EVER BROUGHT TO OCALA. leaving the city the cause of the sale I HAMILTON WAS HUNG
Apply to M. Handelsman at the Boston C.wines.7'I Em St.ITtwuk.It.J.

Store Ocala. Fla. Joda Hamilton a young white man Florida
East Coast
The material is all rightIt best For who killed his neighbor his wife and Railway
three' children was hung at Houston.
builds the best fence Mo, last Friday. Load Time Card No. tt. in Effect September !If, IK*. *

have the best line of watches to SOUTHBOUND-BEAD DOWN. lWRTN80I2ID IAD".
select from of any house In Central E. C. DeWItt & Co.. of Chicago at
It is sold reasonablyT.W.SMITH&CO Florida. Watches for ladles and men.. CANDY CACI whose laboratory Kodol is prepared Da18y9!I -f,9 3TATTONB ':,/,' .e.91;

9 and for any price; also any design or ,- assure us that this remarkable digestant -3 ippm 9 20am L. .. ._ .coon. ..._ ..N.Ar 7 asps t IS6a1a
sice. Come in and inspect the line.A. and corrective for the stomach I 08pa C Zen, .....N.N.N.Bwtk Jaekeoe.lil..N..L, 'lopa 17aes
E. Burnett the Jeweler. conforms fully to all provisions of the 'mpm 194CNua -____.. _w ltapoa 7!... i
7 Up. 11 ItemllSS -_.__.... AAegessttns..N....._. "pia t t9IIa .
Fleumnt',relent..t.Goo 1)0 Coed National pure food and drug law. The 1 cSpm &ra ................hilt Pa.ll.1ta................- I 2Vp1ll .sham .
BUSINESS FOR SALEA KeTer Sicken. ....tee.te Grip*,Uc.tit......:J>..-, .Kodol >boratory Is.a.1"7 large one, jApID 12 Wm A ........._..._.. '. ...._._._..__. .6ipa !tts -
WHOLESALE & RETAIL OCALA, 6uraato.old In Th.can or you.BOB table**?suvipeU!lac... ,CIC but If an the sufferers from Indigestionand 43pm 11 loam) L....................PaJatk..................... I 45 p. C Leew125pa
splendid well established and paying Co., N.Y. stomach troubles could know the Lr... ..._...SaD Mateo...__...._. ....... u.a
HARDWARE. FLORIDA. business for sale. For particulars Sterling Remedy Chicago or cgj virtues of Kodol It would be impossible -. -...... i item.Lv..................tso JI.te9..................Ar C apa ............
apply to F. W. DittoREGULAR. ANNUAL SALE, TEN MIWON BOXES pct 12 alpm L" .......N..N..EanatGs...____.... Ar C 5Upm roam
for the manufacturers to keep up C 14pm J2 40pm ._............DGpoat......__.__"_ '" 4 S3pa I Pew ;

BOARDERSCan with the the Anti-Monopoly demand. Kodal sold here J 02pm 48pm 113pmIMpm : ..:=::::::.000004 Day w..a a.=:..::::=:r (I bops 4&pmKpm :=: j
--- -- i.HC Y by 11 13pm l &6pm "_..__..Port .( .-.ei..N..MN ( 4 r.&a
find a comfortable homelike hotel _10 n pia I IOp1'll Ar................lsew Smr roe................- .5 lapin 4 UemU
HOTEL WINDLE and a congenial lot of people, at CoL CAPUDINE OLD RAGS WANTED lOam 4 pm .UkaBeleo..."....,.,... !00Jta & 15psU
,, 15.17,19 Bl Forsyth Street Shopman's Montezuma hoteLIN Jj 10 CENTS PER POUND 28&14 i apm AIt-----: : .OraDe.U....__.._..I: 11 tOpm 4 Wpmii
KKEDLMZLY: C'JSU to&m ge City Jonetlom.......... 12 sips 1 iOpIII.y

New and First-Class in all PRAISE OFCHAMBERLAIN'S HEADACE23ErtJJJ The Star office will pay ten cents lo f&&= 4 2IOpm 40ps L"Y::::::::=:.hewhvrns.. Oak gll1.....=::t: !IObpm 4Opss a 4lessU stem

COUGH REMEDY I ) per pound for old cotton or linen rags, 11 lipID iCpw A.r..ThureUie..................- a eosin
:, Pp COLDS 11 lOUD a Wpm Arj____..&atard....____..* .. 116Gua & Wpm
;: Appointments color but they must be clean. for
i# rya *45&1S5 IaaWUHernt any C 0pm U 44.m Lvt........,.........s.a..r4..a. I taps 11 lasm
There Is other medicine manufac- and machinery.
no TrtdlnSt.! *. use in cleaning presses
Mire arrt 1161pm 3 16pmt t..NN..TWurlle...._.NN..Az 2 Obpm i 0Qaa
: American Plan $2.00 to tuerd that has received so much praise 12 Elam 61pm64pm "._._..._....n.e-.-...___. 1 Stpaa 2l ivaU
and so many expressions of gratitudeas Backache cold hands and feet rheu- Uam S :....-".- ..Rockied lips S '
2.50 ; .. : ::: : :.:== : J =
= :
per day. causedby 1 Otem 4 Kpm430pm "- so Get 47ps t
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It matism and kindred ailments, 11.3am ._.__.......Melboura.._._.._.. U I7put i rlaal
i European Plan, Rooms,oneH' is effective and prompt relief follows DEI Improper action of, the kidneys 66&m b Wpm ..... ..._Sebastian .........__.... 1162a1a U USa I'I'I
rIi its use. Grateful parents everywheredo yield readily to a short treatment ofDeWltt's I 48aJD 400pmCUpm :...__._. eL e.N._._.... 1a 6Saa 12 00ra't

.- ; person, 5c. per day and not hesitate to testify to Its meritsfor Practical Kidney and Bladder Pills. : 5km I STpm :_._...._..:: .._.::::=:::' ::= la == I
' up. Special weekly rates. the benefit of others. It la a cer- They quickly drive the poison from 1 I5&m 41pm .........._...__.Edfll....______- 1$13am 11 iepo ,
-- lft4 ;: tain cure for croup and will preventthe CARPENTER AND BUILDER the system and thus afford relief. A 14IJ&m S 4Cpm67p _____..:..JelUell.- J.f&a)! llaipa'
Center of Near all btsm .Spmrt
City. attack if given at the first appearance week's treatment for 25 cents. Recom- : S 4m ;ipm ::.:::::.-==:.Hobe Soond.-::"-===::: se i OOw slam ::== i

: Ill k Car Lines. Open all the of the disease. It is especially Carelul estimates made on all contract mended and sold by the Anti-Monopoly .4OaDI 7 40pfa -____.Wed Japter.._.___.- .1Afoaa 14 Oppo i

a Year Rooms with Bath adapted to children as It Is pleasantto aork. Gives more and better work Drugstore. : lien 43am : t1= : :::::::.NN.Wat:::.....Boyettm..N maim leas.,.,-::::.".:: 55 t 46am*m :== 1 1Ii

take and contains nothing Injurious.Mr. Tor: tie money than any ttber con- 63am .60pe ___.....Delrar......_..__..- s u.- .JIpta, I I I149am
Extra Charge E. A. Humphreys, a well known -eMm 1._ tI." .ttr. LOST-one Columbia bicycle Xo. 40pm47pm .". .___...Fort Laoderdal.__._- 7 team 7.
o Il7am ....__....Dan1a..._....___._..- 71St_ l' J
resident and clerk In the store of Mr. 181%. 22-Inch black frame, coaster 7 Ofam f Kpm __._..Ha.t1a.Dd&le..._....." l' teem: 7 i e7
B. SMITH Florida. E. Locke, of Alice, Cape Colony South brake. :Moved from front of stairwayat Siam 10 mpm -........_..Lemoa 01,._._._.- .4a&Ja l'' .pea
C. Proprietor, Jacksonville, ham iOsOpm u.MiaID..L. .Z.w 7Ooam t-
Africa, says: 1 have used Chamber- Elk's hall'Tuesday evening. Dec. __._.. L.;.. .:...._..ltiarar.. .?N_ ......._.. S 4pvm
Bus from Depot and Steam Ships lain's Cough Remedy to ward off 11th. Suitable reward for return to 10 scam ___.. Ai ..-._._.Samatal......._..jay ......._.. JlI'prIIJe '
croup and colds In my family I foundit RemingtonSholes Stephen Jewett Ocala Fla

--..."..... to be very satisfactory and it gives BoSMParlor Gar:S straws B sad 75. Bed.i Sleeping Can.aUala .and 9 .
me pleasure to recommend IL" For FIVE DOLLARS REWARD

Christmas Rates sale by all druggists. [B3STCOKPU7ITTFEWWTCT OurMLsT YAil Strayed or stolen one dark dun cow; (..23 tfq '_..21 I ll DaD..tI,t..J f MATron BtAlca.lOOpta .o....I'.., as/q .....u,

Holiday LOST. TWO COLTS, BOTH SORREL arked-one horn little low bush at OntT Osry o.ry
Tear can u was a good typewriter
Fin tall white. Above reward of IS to any to IOem !s xopm, I OOUB Ly..JackYI1le..Ar 7 Ca_ t2 t p s a0pa
One two and a half years old: mare; yean ajfGWU a bettertypewriter one finding: her and letting me know. 2(e'm 19 ices i i.tapm 'O&m&ut!! lsckemvnls..L, J slam U 71pm .22J>tam ;
,: ZZ'IS.n sorrel slender taU with few white hairsin lee Today !. the beet typcwrit.- Was reared at Mlcanopy. Strayed ; : =Stem lam j!:bbpm 0pm =Stem 44am :-.itlaede: Pablo Be HescN"e&< ......:. !y loam m, ii U10t Oda 4fea : :..-

it. One Is a hone colt, eight monthsold IIIttrQupoUIe_81MTwcU t'I' about Nov. 1st. A. M., Anderson. WI1Uston. J O ipm UlOam N 110pm UBiaJa Ar..1 ......-.. IUl&lajUICiua 4 ==
; sorrel: star tare: left hind foot Fla.
'r SOUTHERN RAILWAY2z white. Finder rewarded. W. H. Proctor rIefntn : m iSWI AM? OCGDEhTAL. STEAMSHIP COXXECTIOS! IT lUlL
Pedro Fla. w2t I Open the bowels and get the cold out
T........ of the system. Kennedy's Laxative .Close Caaecd tale at MIami trial StOMsUft .f tile P. *: 0. S. S. C..pef
..;;.;..,'.. BLACKSntlTHINQ a-mat,phbr. I the same time allays the Inflammation Havana and Key West.
.. TaWaittIiCiq of the mucous membranes. Con-
Tickets will be sold Dec. 21 22 23 24 t and tar. Drives out the'old SOUTMBCUKT >I:> JIO&TII8Ovn-
Dates Of Sale[ 2o tains 'honey
All kinds of blacksmith work doneat .... and the cough.: Absolutelyfree fA' , .Toeadaji gatantoym. ..11 40pmLT Ly If'"V !f A...__...T1uu.1a-.........n rc w ,.
; and 31 and Jan. 1 1906. Final limit: All tickets J. L. Smoak's Wagon Works. t'II'IJatItIst;- stops AT KEY ..m..WedBft'i.f..SWl4a7'" I eripm 1 A'KEY -....TtsandcTuiman.UgBda,...._... sop- '.
25 So from opiates. Conforms to the KEY Wf3T..Wedneedars. SODpaiflCOus hr ,
national pure food and drug law. Is Al HAVANA..:::.::.Tfeondaya.:::::: Ar MUYL..3ekdystasiys...1=:
7 The 7:45 train from Jacksonville
limited .to Jan. 1907. "WOCDMAR FRUITI pleasant to take. Sold by the AntiMonopoly -
"j. Additional SaUiajs between West and
Local to Atlanta. have a few boxes of fancy fruit, ltrktl..Nsakey Drugstore. Key havens
solid to Cincinnati. sleeper
;! runs half oranges and half grapefruit suit- MtiIa .5a_ L'rrr Wl'.ST....K0D4.y..rtidaysI Sepw i Lr H A V.f A..Tu.1a.latudl.It!! OBa'a
WIll AT ULVAxA..Tbeeaya' tiatliU\1&7... toIua A'KEY: WEST: .
able for Christmas gifts. Price $3 taniststepeS.lwetisas etleepie toilet f 'Taedr >xritrdays S S9ym
per The finest line of soaps powders
r' The 9:05: a. m. and 7:55 p..m. trains from Jacksonville run hex f. o. b. Eastlake. David S. Woodrow .PT iti"r mat.K.._ht niw 1''. ,.*mgH In the and the finest
etc. Trains Discharge Pasteagen at Ship' Side. Ne TranaerabTbs.
:. x solid Washington, D. C. Carrying through sleepers to PostofCce BOX, 957. Ocala.FOR N--.Meat o i..t.ed.r' 5w lOc. soap on the market. Tydlngs &
;,; t Sent anTrbere Is the Pelted State oaten Company .T'dHTaMn stow tke ftme.twhklo tr Jaj maybe expected sad..pare
;. New York. day- lest to pnrre iia vperiortty.B from the..ere l Mj.tton.booK tacit fcirirat or; the asses i aNd ia a.goeasteaastor
,?:<; SALE-Two bed-room suitesof anltB CoBBt/ ban<5 ome book of b this Com..Y to W IMM reepoeMbk terser daisy.Of any eonaegeeseo sr1slsgtsastroab
= furniture book desk Talubl typewriter tarfomtartgn. Sad Do not fan for Christmas to buy &
; one case; one
< ;'. = For further information! call on or write and book case combined; one library same 1Rpc. reqvcat.of nearest TCpre&eataUTc. free bottle of Boigers' Natural Flower Per- For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

-1' : '"' table; one dining table and six dining REMINCTON-SHOLES fumes at the Aatl-Monopoly: Drugstore "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

= 'JAMES. FREEMAN, District Passenger Agent, chairs.* Apply to Mr*. :E. Van Hood. I MaJeatio Building Chicagoand Sweet violet the popular odor. J, D. RA1L ER. As :i. Ge 'f"'P.*a, A&U ST. AUGUSTS -
1M West Bay 6tr*.t, JaeksenvilU, FUrlda. SS Fort King avenue. JaoKaonwilla. l-l*. f also wild cherry buds.


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--', -- Fresh ArrivalsBrick ACCEPTED THE CHALLENGE JUST RECEIVED WM ASSASSINATED[ 3. H. BUTCH.. Manager. H. ROBINSON. President.' J. C BOOZER' Asct.. Manager.CEO.


f and Sweitzer Cheese President Will Send Attorney General Another High Russian Official Struck

Purdie to Brownsvil'e to Obtain Dead by the Hand of a

Cluster Raisins Evidence to Confute.Foraker A nice line of Cut Glass and Revolutionist The Strong Hold the

Pound Packages of Dates Washington. Dae. 24_Th president Trer RaasJa. Dec. 24.-Count AlexIs -

has decided to cent Assistant Attorney IgnatUS was assassinated yesterday
Plum Puddings Hacfllled the dark world it Ita light: verware. In the Hall of Nobles by an unidentified COMMERCIALBfNK.
make an Investigation of the Browns man who. after firing six bullets ,
Fancy Cakes. vine shooting the negro troops.. into his victim tried to commit suicide .
The meaning of this is that SenatorParker but was seized and Is now In OCALA, hLA.
Stuffed Dates
-:- Pound, Packages an able attorney as well as an :custody
OCALA MUSIC CO. Ignatleff was a member of the Council -
emInent scnator. harlng charged tba.tthe
Pound Packages Figs evidence upon. which the president I of Empire. Has Upon Public Confidence id Evidenced,. by Its Large .

Shelled Almonds. acted in .dismissing the soldiers was I I and Increasing Business "
flimsy and wholly Inadequate. the present I FOLLOWING THE FLAG
Cranberries and ana Secretary Taft aid deter- JEWELERS, ,
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
mined to meet the Issue on legal I
I the Phiiiplnea. health was the most
iI.. Cranberry Sauce at grounds General Purdie is the ex- Important consideration. Willis T. WEI F "
t: hErt on evidence of the department of B. P. 0. E. NO. Morton retired commissary sergeant FRED C. BTWEIHE z" :>

TEAPOT GROCER justice. and the fact that he has been 1. U S. A.. of Rural Route 1. Concord.N. .
selected is itself indicative of a decisIon : H-, saysX was two years In
; of Session of 1
Cuba and two in the Philip-
to accept Senator Foraker'a challenge Conventions held every Monday year
to fight the thing out accordingto Ocala Lodge No. 851, 7:30 p. m. Castle Hall over Peyser's I ines. and being subject to colds took ITT
and Protect
the oode of legal procedure. store. A cordial welcome to Visiting Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption -
ABOUT THE EYESYour !v Order of Elks.Regular brothers. Jake Brown, t.. C. which kept me in perfect
I This Will Interest DyspepticsThe sessions on 2nd and 4th Chas. K. Sage K. R. S. health. And now, in New Hampshire.
I uesdaya in each month. Visiting we find It the best medicine In the "

eyes are subject to as many i Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will rothers cordially invited. FREE WITH YOUR MEAL world for coughs and colds bronchial The Jeweler andOptician .
Wm. Anderbon. Exalted Ruler. ,troubles and all diseases. Guar-
different defects at the body 1* to dafermatiee. > give you back SO cents (purchasing
it should be oneof price) If Tyners Dyspepsia Remedy David S. Williams. Secretary. An Evening Star to-,read and takeaway anteed at Tydlngs &; Co.'s dugatore.
alls to relieve 'or cure dyspepsia or watt you free with your meals. Price 60 cents and JL Trial bottle free.
the moat perfect organ of the body. indigestion. or their symptoms bad T HJO.A S WONDER at Heating's Cafe.

It ie natural that you should ne.d breath bad dreams foul taste constipation Cures all kidney, bladder and rbeu- MASQUERADED AS A MAN

g1a**.. for reading, writing, sewing hawking, spitting acid or gas matic troubles. Sold by all drugstores. W. H. TYSON The Holiday Shoppers :..o\\
_. and other. etose work. Between the on the stomach dizzy spells, heart. ,r two month's treatment by mail for Russian Assistant Consul In Chicago ; .
flutter pains In the stomach. side; or $L Dr. E. W. Hall, 232 Olive street. .Wholesale and Retail' Dealer in HighSt. I Turns Out to b. a Woman
age of 40 to 50, a perfect ey. should back. extreme nervousness belching. Louis Mo. Send for testimonials. I Grade Whiskies, Wines and Brand. Phoenix,; Aria. Dec. 24. A coroner's Will find at our store one of the,:largest.
n..d glasses at this age to relieve them Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when Sold In Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly I -
t let, Fine Cigars. Eto jury summoned to investigate the newest, and most complete Stocks of -
used for cloee or
from the tram when all else falls. BO don't be discouraged Dn.getore ; death of Mcolal Derelyan. formerly
work. people need It strengthens weak stomachs. The Next door to the Marion Farms I
near young assistant Russian consul at Chicago
I of All KInds '
glasses early in life to relieve the star of hops for all dyspeptics. Cures BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE Stables; 'phone. 388. We are the only whose death a few days ago revealedthe Jewelry !
I dealers here who handle all beers. No.
the worst cases. Druggists or by ex- I
fact that the decedent Watches
which wuVo-
of is
various forms eyestrain
ress' COc. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, You can set a splendid established 25 South Magnolia street. Ocala, Fla. I man wsa has masqueraded as a man. F
thft oauee of 75 per cent of all head. Ocala, Fla. Call or write business. lease on the store or can 'returned the following verdict yesterday Rings
sc fI... Just think: It has been proven purchase the store If prferred.. Apply I MORE FINE STOCK COMING :

by eminent authorities that 3 people COAST LINE EQUIPMENTS orF. W. Ditto, quick.DRESSED "The person residing here since the Pins Emblem Pins, -

cut of every 4 that have headaches Having sold out the carload of fine fourth of November 1906. as a male Chains and Fobs) .
Ordera. Placed for a Huncred New CHICKENS horses and mulesa we received a short under the name of Nicola Derelyan.

K_ have defective eyes. Glasses are the Engines, with Coaches, Cars and "T-- time ago, our Mr. Hugh Nichols has ,was as a matter of fact a female and Hair Ornaments, ,Ae..- ,
,' remedy, because they CORRECT the Rails to Match There are a fine lot of dressed chlck- gone to market for another car of fine i iena. the body inspected at the morgue by
fitted there and fat,. at Meffert and Tay- animals, which will be here In a few I
DEFECTS. When properly young I this Jury was that of the same person. That has ever been shown in this city.
It no itraln.! When you get rear Wilmington. N. (X, Dec. 24v The At- i or's cold storage rooms, where a supdays.. Tills load will be well worth .Death was due to pulmonary tuber
t, lantlc Coast Line has authorized the ply will be kept until after the holidays.. waiting for, and we ask you to come culosls"
of these headache can In Cot Glass Fine China Fine
F'_- to b. purchase of the folowlng new equp- Call at the cold storage. If you wish I and see them on their arrivaL II The body win be photographed and t
r;; ". and ace me. I make a specialty of correeling raent. for delivery early in next year some of the poultry. Tompkins & Nichols. will probably be buried here. Sterling and Plated Silverware
'Where other fail. Satisfaction One hundred locomotives 3,500 I
eye Dr.
fd: I coaches and i i Derelyan's physician says of all kinds and Fine
i-;;..:, guaranteed, or money refund freight cars, 50 passenger he is positive the corpse-Is Derelyan's.He Styles,
steel rails.
6 000 tons 85-pound
d. .references are those that I It. declared that no substitute could with without detachable
":: My The approximate cost will be over Umbrellas, or -
have directed the business
.' -'" have relieved. 5.000.000. '. > =- dence with the Russian correspon-I w handles Souvenir
All the orders are to be placed as --.
DR. D. M. BONEY, American bureau that went through
rapidly as possible. ___ -IrT' hands. hiS'' Postal Cards Clocks, Etc. We
FyIght Specialist. Optical This is in addition to other recent
? Derelyan was connected with
-_ 2 and 4 Gary Building, Ocala Fla. !larfge orders placed. ,..., Russian consulate at Chicago for over do not acknowledge a better

: districts Effective will January be established 1. five In operating Florida --- 52 twelve a second years.wife A divorced now live wife la wellas stock in this section.

A Choice Stock instead The, new of three districts, as will known as = .; was They a both man.NOTICE tave. asserted- that Derelyan Oar prices will compare most favorably

aekEcnvtlle.. Gainesville Nswbtrry. "
and the
our competitors, goods are
Of Fresh Beef Pork Sanford and Lakeland. TO OUR CUSTOMERS
- = J the best. Give us a share Of
WHAT'SWorth uulLtU -- We are pleased to announce that very your,
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, .
'._ And Mutton, doing Is worth doing well. If < =- = colds and lung troubles Is not affected business.
of rheumatism.
be cured
you wish to by the national pure food and druglaw
:; : Vegetables, Fruits, Pod try, use Ballard's Snow Liniment and you = :-.' as it contains no opiates or oth-
will be "well cured." A positive cureor New Arrivals Coming Every Day
Fish and er harmful drug, and we recommend
; ;: Eggs, Oysters bruises con-
. sprains, neuralgia. ,
.. = a safe remedy for children and
"; Choice Fresh Family Gruc tracted muscles and all the ins that oo adults. Sold by all druggists.A . '
'' flesh is heir to. A. O. M. 'Williams. : All Kinds of Repairing :
?;- cries, always on hand from "I have used
"avasota, Texas writes: o
'" *, DEADLY DOSE Done.
t".. which to do your marketing. Bollard's Snow LJrument for sprained

:,: Send or bring us jour or ankle always and keep It gave it,In the the best nous satisfaction.I *." Sold, Prepared Child by the for His Hand Mother of a Utti. Yellfe Ye.IJf

.'>:: '.: ," ders and tLey will have by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. iI-J Roanoke Va.. Dec. 24.-Mrs. Kate South Side of Square

; :: -' prompt attention Obenchaln the young wife of J E.
Obenchain. a Norfolk and Western engineer -
{ X HIGH LICENSE g died yesterday of convulsionsfrom
W. E.
} \ Atlanta. Dec. 14.Late Saturday poison administered unknowing
ly by her 3 old
year son.
: ." :-' *.: No. 98 North Magnolia St. night Mayor James G. Woodward vetoed Mrs.. Obenchaln medicineIn
;. i -_ the ordinance Increasing the saloon 1a put some FURNITURE FURNITURE
.... ,," :,. license to $2,000 and beer license a glass of water to dissolve and left
Phone the room for a moment. During her
132 Ito I $400. ;;;)
\; .f. ., He1 stated that the old law had beenIn rT absence the child put a quantity of
he aseptic; tablets In the glass and
effect for nineteen years and Don't think for a minute that we have
when the returned she drank gone
considered himself bound to the people -woman
: :(.- Electrical Supplies. of Atlanta to make no change. He 1-1-I the poison. out oi the Furniture Business in Ocala. We'
of Physicians who were summoned de-
there danger a
stAted that was more
inhibition" election If he approved than I dared the poison"was sufficient to km are here to stay and have some exceptionally
; I have well selected stock
r/ a If he vetoed the license.DEATH = sixty men. fine bargains to offer in FURNITURE and all

; ;; Electric Fans in both the

General Electric Co. and the Never follows an Injury dressed with Favorite tonic Is White's Cream Ver-

make. The lat. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antisepticand mifuge, the cure for women and all second-hand.

Westinghouse healing properties prevent blood hlldren's diseases. It not only kills! Our holiday! line is coming in and contains
ter cost a little more but re poisoning. Chas. Oswald merchant of the worms but removes the mucus 1aersvUle, X. Y. writes: "It and slime in which they build their many rare Bargains in beautiful goods. Give
quire less current to operate cured Seth Burch. of this place of the :: nests. Its action on the child is mild
in stock uglIest sore on his neck I ever saw." IpII and leaves him In a healthy condition.Joe us a call and we will save you money.
I also
.. them. carry Cures cuts wounds burns and sores. Daniel. Surmac. Tenn. says that i

r' Globes High, Low .25 cents at Tydings &: Co. druggists. ctt be gave one of his children Whites
Price 25 cents.. Cream Vermifuge when the doctor
; etc. thought it had colic and from the first J. A. PITTMAN & SON
CAPT. MACKLIN WILL RECOVERFort dose the child passed 78 worms. Sold
All kinds of electrical work 00UJ by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

: and repairing. done at reabou Reno. Dec. 24.-That Captain t- THE FURNITURE MEN.
1'Lights Macklln will recover was announcedby _

able prices, under full guar. > his physicians last nIht. r g 85I..J.
The assailant is still at large and People of a Town Held Up a Train -t--
.antee. If your lights are out the hunt for him continues. i and Took Therefrom Ten
who commandsone I Tons of Coal
of fir or need wiring, Captain Macklln. The East Florida Telephone CompanyOF
you I of the companies of the Twenty- \ Berwick N. D. Dec. 24-Citizens
?Ift"--: "' "-- done, phone to No. 300. fifth regiment was shot by a masked( I = and farmers held_up a train yesterdayand
.. man Friday night. It was announced! confiscated ten tons of coaL GAINESVILLE AND THE
that the would-be assassin was one of == Bankers barbers and all classes were
:" &'i.-. : .w alterPrf. uc k er. the recently discharged negro soldiers. I = involved Ocala Telephone Company I .
.... : but there seems to be no real evidence i The coal was weighed and chargedto .
-:r- for the assertion. each recipient, who will pay the REACH
\- ,. railroad later.
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A vegetable corrective for the stomachs Anthony. \ Gainesville.Grove Raleigtu
Public speakers are frequently Interrupted of babies and children with the Archer. Park. R cb Ue. q

Typewriters by people coughing. This name of each Ingredient In plain En- Arredondo. Hague. Rock Springs. I-
<" would not happen If Foley's Honey and( glish on every bottle that Is Casca- Berlin. Hawthorne.. Rocky Point. ':
Tar were taken.AS it cures coughs and sweet. the Ideal medicine for the little BUtchton. Hernando. Romeo.

r& colds and prevents pneumonia. The ones. Contains no opiates. Conforms Bronson. High Springs. Bc-ub SOIL

[ : fort genuine contains no opiates and Is in fully with the national pure food and Campvllle Holder. .. SOver:Springs. .
< : All machines guaranteed yellow package. Sold by all druggists.I drug law. Write E. C. DeWitt & Conant. Juliette. .Spring,Park. -

,;=..., twice as long as others. Co. Chicago, m.. for the 'Baby Book." Connor. LaCrosse .. 'Eparr.Taconuu.',,_
ATLANTA EXCITED Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Crystal River. Levon. sDunneUon. nmmeradd.

ome foolish or vicious person posted I :Mclntoth.Mi --
notices In Atlanta Saturday calling on MARION FARMS PHILANTROPHIC ROBBERS Dutton. Trenton..

Second-Hand Machines from the "K. K. K." to meet at f p. m, with Atlanta. Dec. 24.-J. R. Miles, oLithonla EQIston.XMnston.. :Montague.Montbrook.. Tyler..,

$5.00 Up. guns. Mayor Woodward offered $2.00 I who came to Atlanta to do . Wacahoota -

reward for the apprehension of the I SI E3L-ES some Christmas shopping, fen Into the Felicia. Morrlston. WCQstoa.Wortfciagtoa. ...
perpetrator One hundred extra policemen 1 hands of robbers Saturday night and Fort Whlta Newberry. Springs.

RIBBONS & SUPPLIES have been sworn in to keep r (INCORPORATED) was badly beaten and bruised. The Garden Grove. Oak. Etc, etc, etc. '
order In the city during the holidaysand thieves got only $%5 from him but were
each company of etate troops keeps more generous than usual They tired
Send for Catalogue and Pr,".. .120 a squad at Us armory under orders a cab and took Miles to a boardinghouse Rates Apply to the Ocala Telephone Com.,.,,). -

West Bay Street. Jacksonville. M*. an the time. GENERAL LIVERYFINE where they rented & room and
put him to bed. When he came to

DEADLY SERPENT BITES next morning he knew nothing about

He was so badly Injured. to necessitate -
r ach and liver disorders with us. For TRAPS, CARRYALLS
his taken the
being to Grady
": J. F. WILLIAMSON. Prop. the latter however, there Is a sure SADDLE HORSES,.ETC hospital

remedy Electric Bitters the great restorative Western Reef Veal Florida Stafl Fed Beef Mutton Atmaul's
::::, 'W* Make a Specialty of Ladies' Skirts medicine. of which S. A. ,
' i +' of all Kinds Brown of Bennettsvllle. S. C. cays"They : For chapped and cracked band Star Ham Armour's Port Cabbage
Sausage -
I ; restored my wife to perfect nothing Is quite as good as an application -
; ','.- .: Rates Reasonable-All Goods Pressed. health after years of auffelng with of DeWlt's Witch Hazel Salve. Rutabagas Tarnips. Beets, Sweet
and Claaned on Short Notice and D. Put It on before to bed. an
going use
; ; and chronically torpid<
dyi>epsia a
I ; 4xIlverod Promptly. llvor" Electric Bitters cure chills and old pair of gloves! and see what a dif Potatoes Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions. .

fever, malaria biliousness lame back; HORSES BOARDED BY THE.:MONTH Cerenee the morning will bring. Sol-
I cAll 'PHONE 167 kidney troubles and Bladder disorders. : by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore W. P. EDWARDS. -
I work not called for Sold on guarantee by Tydln & Co. ...
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A. C. COBB Manager. at Coadon'a MARKETc" /
Japanese Jar&inltrs i J -
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Let the greatest athlete have drsprpsftiid fs Y
i C. L. BITTINGER & CO. his:muscles would soon faiL Physical Rev I* W Moore: who for three I' Beautiful Gills!
strength U derived from food. If amintaatneuf..clentfood
years has been pastor of the :Methodistchurch : Holiday
be loses strength.
1- : :; R. R. Carroll U he has DO food be dies. Food is converted In ts city, prsccbM. bill last
Or L. Bitttngtr
Into nutrition through the ttonaca sermon yesterday' morning. He would
Proprietor and Fubtt&beriC. and boweU. Jt depends on the not say farewell for It excited too '
r strength of the stomach to what extent many sad memories. He had a pleasant !I>
food eaten is digested and tii1mll.ted.
pastorage.; loved his flock and was !
People can: die of starvation who have
abundant food to eat when the stomach happy In the thought that. they loved I !NO STORE in Florida presents a mere beaaMM useful or a larger tiae ol..artides, appropriate_ for gifts for each '
t Editor and General Manager! and to associate organs of digestion and him. He had the advantage'of themIn "

tmtritloa. do net perform their duty. loving them for their COnsLieTa.tlOu.1 member of the family or any oae of your friends, aM at t tit: sara t1e as useful as does our immense slock. Whilebe.Ing .
Thu the stomach Is really the vital ergon
J kindness
and patience in
R, R. CARROLL 1 of the body. If the stomach'weak* the'church. The good book said it was presents get something fat will be kept and used. Look over Ills scheduleMdi only a partial Ust'of ocr
the body will to weak also because it it
Editor and Bust:*s Manager.
City upon tl ; stomach the l boay relies for its more blessed to give than receive and lints, and make your selections.A -
strength. And as the body.considered asa this thought made him feel good.
vhue. Is made up of its several: memo He vas haPpy to know and to feel .
NO PAPER TOMORROW .1 bets and organs so the weakness of the the cordial relations that always exIsted .
body es a consequence of "weak" stomach between his church and the other LINE I
Till be distributed the I HANDSOME lED ROOM
The Star wUbe a merry Christmas which compose the among body. If the organs churches of the city and was especially SUITS

$o It* friend and bid them k oOdbyetill body U weak because it la tll-ooonshed touched by the kindness and consideration -

Wednesday evening that physical weakness will be found in \ of the pastor of the Baptist I j Framed or miframecL The finest line to select from in the In Golden QakvJKrdseve Maple. eta, and the greatest line
cz1 tdrradearC ltc!r. 2df ete <;ear:: seed: )i;C. ""beat' !..<1.. F 'ttm.II..Un1Oa.: (,) The liver *.ill t* torpid sad lnacthe, (Code who had come over to worship .f t IDTID'u;}. -- ol Brass llt.dt cl all Et; lea a.u.a. ui ces tbs.'s r carried ict
ccrc4lattt daw<
it i* not tt* jwrtac va 4etsCQ ttjhortoomlnr ;,g cla; taQ -- with 'ln tD. 'lit wan traxCt xn uy: that:
rays } trea .nerves, feeble or irregular action 01i Besattfcl portiere awl Lace Cor&Lxs. Florida
: :: and Bed Linen of all kinds.
be laved Rev Carroii t rct&er Sox
t > of the A- C 3- railroad heart, palpitation, dtrrirf-s, headache i a* & > \ .
:.. fa Florida but that that Is the pro- I i backache and kindred distcrbanoes and !his acts of k1n nua. He Just felt that
6; vine of the rtate railroad commis weaknesses.Mr I Rer. Carroll wa a good Methodist In i Ma1jle.: Table Scarfs, and Fire Screens in all of Pretty Dressing Tables and odd Bureaus in the different

sion. The T.-C. then goe on andtells I tools Pare of Qcetec. writes: Toryear : water while he knew Rev Carroll reciprocated the beautiful makes. finishes. *
I If. I *after ny health bc tn my bead .
:'- how all railroads in the land i I'I' crew dizzr.eye*pained EX?, mud may stomach by thinking Brother Moore .
are handicapped by a shortage of motive *u core ail the lime. while everything a good Baptist out of water. He was I The Largest and Prettiest Line of Rags '
i!I would et vooid to lie bea..llke lead laGtes'wriiicSfDeslismd
Book Cases Combined.Gentlemen's -
there rain-
power to move cars and all are j!i on my twataeh. T'he doctor* claimed that sorry was no Presbyterian _
crying aloud to the manufacturing concern I t.! it va sympathetic trouble dee to dyspepsia, later present to whom he could say I''of all sizes and finish, Art Squares in all weaves and sizes,
L of the land to supply the same i and prearribed fur me. and although 1 took the same as to Rev. Carroll but he i
Office Tables
f- but they are overrun with orders, ow- I, their My wile powders adrbed regularly me to tIT yet Dr.1 Pierre's felt no Golden better. was thankful for the presence of mem- and, at different prices; MatingLinoleums, Etc. and Roll Top Desks of all sizes.

lag to the unprecedented prosperity of Medical UUcovery-and stop taking the ooctor's bers of that flock and said that be was Sectional k Cases, and leaded glass front Book
.. the railroads must aU ,| medicine. feb; bought ice a bottle and acquainted 'with the preacher that
we noon found that 1 beffsn to I LIBRARY AND
Cases Music Cabinets
abide their time for relief; how the A. I kept m the treatment I took on fiesh. ny would lead them shortly, P.ev. W. H. in Oak and Mahogany, at any price

C. I. has-set aside five million dollar { stomach became normal,the digestive organs Dodge, had worked with him and could
for locomotives and and In due I> worked perfectly and I soon began to looklike I commend him In the warmest termsas OFFICE TABLES.
cars I a different person' I ran never cease to Large and Small Mirrors of I All Kinds.
If time all these trouble will dUappear: I bccratefol for what Tour bedicloehaadone a gentleman and a devoted followerof
that the people are too impatient and for toe and I fire It highest vral"Co" Christ. He said be desired the
'; Don't be by a pennygrabbingdealer Center Tables in Mahogany, Golden Oak, and the different BathroomIidors.
unreasonable Now In one sense this( into taking inferior substitutes for I Methodists to treat their new pastor Pretty : Medicine Cabinets, Chiffoniers
i* true but the greatest trouble with Dr. 1'ierce's medicines, recommended to Rev. Dr. AtVisson. of Orlando and his Mission finishes-Old English Antwerp and Fumed Oak .

t; the A. C. L. railroad In Florida Is they be "just as good. family as they had treated him and Whatnots, Ladles Work Baskets and Tables. p

1-; nave been too neglectful of their track To gain kncrtrledze of your own body- his family on their arrival ."ave the Also Chairs and Rockersin
in not supplying the same: with railroad I In sickness and health-sonj for the Peo- parsonage in order and plenty of good

ties., Really their greatest trouble ple's book Common of 1008 pages.Sense Medical Send 21 A things to eat. for moving was'not con- the difierent Mi ion finishes and Parlor Tables in the COOKING STOVES, RANGES AND HEATING

and drawback In getting trains over" stamps for paper-covered tr 31 stamps ductive to cooking and was Satisfied It dainty Yernis Martin finish. The list of chairs is ,
r their roadbed la a worn out track any: for cloth-boil ml copy. Address Dr. E. V. would be done, for that was the kindof artery
} rotten ties and these can be had and Pierce ui3 U Un(Street Uufialo. K.Y. people the Methodists :were. He long oneYe hav elegant leather and plush upholstered, STOVES

r could have been had all along the road said the new pastor would be here straight and Morris Chairs, Rockers, and Dining Chairs. "
It the A. C. U bad been willing to pay Wednesday or Thursday and to be on Handsome sets-of Harness Saddles Valises
! the market price for ties. But instead I LYCEUM COURSE the look out for him. The most comprehensive of Reception Chairs, and ; Grips and

,f' of buying them and putting them under j I Rev. Moore then took his text from Rockers in Oak Willow and Leather, that one could want Suit Cases, all sizes and shapes, from the cheapest to the <
; their rails they have persistently gene' The season tickets for the lyceum the second chapter of Matthew and de-
f forward risked the lives of their employees I course have arrived and can be had livered a splendid! sermon from the to see. Also a pretty line for the children, from SOc to $I each finest made. Trunks of all styles and kinds, and at aIl

and their passengers for the by subscriber at Allen Bridges' store. coming of the three wise men from the
t sake of declaring dividends. What I. East to Bethlehem to see the new born You should not furnish your dining room until youfhave! prices. AVe also have a most attractive 1 of of

good will their cars and engines dot NOTICE TO CUSTOMERSOF Christ who was to be the King of
:. seen our Tables, in round or square, in any finish but-
them in Florida until the rail rest OCALA STEAM LAUNDRYWe Kings and the Savior of the world. Wagons, for the Boys.,
. securely on a sound roadbed It will Rev Moore made a fine argument for ticularly pretty in the Golden Oak and Mission. ,

only add confusion more confounded will observe Christmas as a hol- Christ's reality- He not only spoke par-I- Ranging in prices np to.$10

i \o (the rrt* nt execrable and damnable iday. The calls usually made Tuesday logically but eloquently and his words Handsome Sideboards(! ., Bullets, and China Closets

service. The public that pays the mon will be made Monday afternoon. Deliveries were so well chosen that they. left a
ey, for service has a right to at least will be made as usualOcala deep impression in the different anti pretty finishes. All styles of Dining - '. - -- "-- :'

F demand a reasonable one and in the v Steam Laundry. 'At night the Methodists won! 'ped Chairs, Art Squares, and a complete- line of domestic and! -

J t. wanton failure of the A. C. 1.. to giver with tbe Baptists. If in this List you do not find what you ,

this service, it Is the public's place to FREE WITH YOUR MEAL The Baptist church was crowded imported China Sets. A new line of i ;- _";:,

t; rise up and demand It In the name of Sunday evening with members of all

outraged Justice. and the newspapers An Evening with Star free to with read and meals take, denominations in the city to hear Rev. I Parlor and Hall Lamps That AreiVcry Attractive\ -. . want, inquire for it, as -only a T:
away you your _
>. '-'a. that exist by the grace of. God and: in C. C. Carroll preach a fraternal sermon -

i'' Ti. the Interest of the people are in duty at Keating' Cafe.Don't commemorating the birth of f list of what .t
Toilet Sets and Jardiniers. partial
,. f bound under such conditions that exist Christ and to extend the regretful we carry. ;
'Y to read the Christmas
f F: no where on the face of the earth hand to Rev' L. W. Moore on his departure ,
dinner menu of the Ocala House in
as in Florida to cry out in no uncertain for his new field of labor
this Issue of the Star. This dinner
i tones that these grievances must Tampa Heights. The sermon preached -
f be corrected. Xobody asks the will be one of the Sliest If not the by Rev. Carroll was an impressiveand

do anybody an Injustice, much less finest ever spread by an Ocala hotel. eloquent one. IVIeiver & .

the railroads, but under such vile and Everybody is sorry to see Rev.' McKay..fl"
"The Christmas
Spirit" by Aphrodite -
dangerous conditions as now exist on Moore, so good a citizen so excellenta
in the Christmas number of the
the A. C. L It should not withhold its I pastor and eloquent a preacher leave I
Tlmes- la of leading
Union. by one our
Influence In seeing that they are cor- and wish him all manner of good fortune '

rected. In this case forbearance baslonl' society ladles. I among new ...friends. The. House Furnishers Ocala Fla.
since ceased to be a virtue. I ,
The children of the Presbyterian I
Sunday school were given their annual of the most complete and attractive With local applications as they cannot I .
t Santa Claus remembrance at the armory stock of fine up to date Jewelry, reach the seat of the disease. Catarrhis I - A ,BROKEN RAIL I CHESTERFIELDS_ WELL MET I E. C. SMITH C. T. EOBEBJS -

,. Saturday night but instead of a in the city Is now on display at our a blood on constitutional disease, i ,
I The southbound L which We
A. C. train observe from ,
,lrea She children were given the freedom store. We may not have the largestor and In order to cure It you must! take newspaper notice -
internal medicines. Hall's Catarrh was several Hours late Saturday bad that Mr. Fhlllo-F Brown of Blue FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LICENSED EMBALMER
:. of the rand Indulged In all or finest looking store in the country, -
the misfortune to strike broken rail Ridge will
a Springs
I : soon assume chargeof
kind of merry games and Eanuf Claus but we assure you that we bave thetoods. Cure is taken internally and acts directly -
I this tide of the water tank at the Y. the "Chesterfield" In Richmond. The
the best goods .nd the very on the blood and mucous sur
in the person of R. G. Blake dla ribut- very
ed the presents. In this he was as- lowest pricesBe faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a causing two cars to leave the ira,:.. responsibilities of the management of \Ve are Equipped to do the Very Best Work and use Only -.-_ -
The traID'had stopped: at the tank and i such an Institution are numerous, as
,_ slssted 'by Miss Sara McCreary Mrs. sure that you call and look over quack medicine. It was prescribed by
t was Just starting again, when the accident well as trying upon the mind and body r the Latest and Best Methods.
G. S. Scott and Mrs. A. Y. Etruni. Dur-" our line of solid and plated silver, cut one of the best physicians In this coun- (i .
glass and chIna. watches clocks. pins try tor and Is a. regular prescription. ; occurred, so nobody was hurt. i.nerves[. and patience.: To preserve the
ing the evening Mr. Blake was .overcome years
by a paralytic stroke and would rings, bracelets, charms and emblemsof It is composed of the best tonics It was 3 a. m. Sunday morning ere "suaviter In modo": with the "former i TELEGRAPH! ORDER I RECEIVE IMMEDIATE 1TTEITIOIChapel .
the the track and thetail In re," under the exactings
cars were on that
all before make combined with the best blood everyday I
have fallen to the floor but for the kinds you your known .
: prompt attention rendered: him by Mr. Christmas purchases.Fred purifiers, acting directly on the mu- replaced *o that the train could brings to' the commander-In-chief and'U ndertaking Parlors Corner Main'Street [rand =._ : ,
proceed to Ocala. During this time .of a great hostelry requires. a good '
I G. Weihe ;Jeweler surfaces. The combination
R. I* Anderson and: Mr. G. S. Scott. B. cous perfect Oklawaha A"Cuue."f- -
the Dunnellon train was standing: at heart aa well as a good head. good .
who assisted him Into a carriage and South Side of Public Square. of the two Ingredients IA what produces I
t the depot and the waiting rooms were j nerve and gotfd temper. That the
wonderful result in
such cur-
took him home, where everything possible I
SALE for testimonialsfree. crowded with tired holiday visitors and knightly Phil Brown is richly endowedin OCALA FURNITURE"cOMPAJSfY.Day :
PRESS FOR Catarrh. Send
J was done for him. After the distribution PROOF Ing
their packages.; these: and in other personal graces .
of the rest of the. F. J. CHENEY & CO,
.- presents The Star has a good. second-hand: I which win the ,
world. is a fact so 1
I those in attendance returned to their proof press It trill sell cheap for cash. Proprietors, Toledo. O. -
FREE WITH YOUR MEALAn widely known as to make even the Phone Xo. 10 Xlght Phone 1 o. 197.
75cTake ; .
homes with a feeling of sadness in Xeeds only a new blanket to be all Sold by druggists price, I ,
;. their hearts for their kind friend. Mr. good as new but IL-ls too light for our Hairs Family Pills for constipation. 1 statement- cf it appear superfluous.; In
Blake. Evening Star to read and take' spirit generous, yet just; kind yet
work. away with you free with your meals 1 firm; genial yet never trivial, ha
Policeman Dean. In the discharge of Cafe. creates an atmosphere about him inwhich
at Keating's
Mr.. John Smith was married Sun FOR SALE: his duty Saturday night arested a it is a pleasure to dwell. Long JNO. M. GRAHAM. W. D. GRAHAM.BROS. .
day at Wildwool by Rev. Kilgore to One of the best established and paying drunken negro for unseemly conduct. I life and happy years to this gallant

Miss Elsie: Griggs. Both parlies are mercantile businesses. Will sell Thinking he might be armed he told WANTEDAn Virginia gentleman.-Lynccbura (V-)

'- citizens of Oxford well and favorably building or give a long time lease on the man he would have to search him. elderly white woman can get a Newt.

g known and held in the highest esteem. :3roper'ty. This is a. snap. and owner to which the son of Ham saId "Search good home in ,small family by applying GRAHAM .
s The groom*is a prosperous young far- has good reasons for offering it. Ad- me search me." throwing his hands to this office.CHRISTMAS WAITED-Po.ltlon as saw filer and

mer and a son of the late Mr. Reuben, dress F. W. Ditto. op over his head. While the officer hammerer. Can furnish best of recom-

t Smith while the fair and winsome was going through his pockets the negro HOLIDAY RATES mendations. Leave orders at the Star MARION COUNTY ABSTRACT, CO. : . .

JL bride is & daughter of Mr. and Mrs. THE BIG SALEDon't suddenly began slashing Mr. Dean's office.

S. I* Griggs. The happy couple arrived person and. had it not been for his Via Seaboard Air Line Railway f
forget the closing out sale thatis
In Ocala this afternoon and arc big thick overcoat which the negro .
t Dates of sale. Dec. 20th to 25th inclusive -
now going on at the Fair. Mr. FOR SALE OR RENTA
the guests of Mr. and: Mrs. A P. Gll- literally cut to pieces, he would no
: Webb the proprietor: will give you Eec 30th and 31st and Jan. 1st. Land( Titles Examined. Abstracts Furnished. -
more. doubt have killed tilml It Is very evident anal limit ;Jan. 7th.. For detailed Information -'
some of the rarest bargains there you Fay-Sholes and a Smith-Premier
that the state of the wea.thrsa"e" apply to the city ticket of l
have ever seen. typewriter. Apply at this office.
L, Dr. James Chace father of our Dr. Mr Dean's life. fice. W. W. Condon. City T. A. ,Fire Insurance entity Buildings, Merchandiseland! Household Effects
y ;J. E. Chace of ;Jacksonville arrived ,
Dell Moody Is here from Oklawaha
; yesterday and will spend Christmas in W. E. Pelot from the Manatee coun-
FOR RENT to with his mother
the clty.wlth his son and family. Dr. Messrs. Tompkins and Nichols received try, is here 10 spend Christmas with I TELEPHONE'368I -
and slater Mrs. E- P. and Mrs.
Three unfurnished rooms and a bath ; Moody
Chace has a host of friends in this another carload of fine Tennessee his family. I _,
horses and mules. this week and room. Will rent to man and wife or Hyman. j
city,who are always glad to see him. i '
the animals may be seen at the stables ---- family with one child. Will make price
cheap. Want companion in house.* Inquire WEATHER FORECAST
north of the :Mr. Tompkinssays
Mrs. Van Hood: Mrs. C. U BUtlnger square. R. D. FULLER. L F. BLALOCK. :
at the Star office.
the stock Is fine he has -
as as 1
and Mrs. Jake Brown for the King's! seen In many a day, and cordially invites Washington. Dec. 24.-Fair: and continued -!I tI FU11.NITURE: i
Daughters and at the home of the lat- FULLER & BLALOCK : _'
all lovers of good horse and mule FOR RENT cold tonight with heavy frost f
ter, have been busy all day preparing
flesh to and take look at them. and freezing temperature ai far southas
come a
A seven-room house in fourth ward. i
baskets for those to whom fortune and DENTAL SURGEONS
Santa Claus has not blessed. They I WILL OPEN EVENINGS Apply to G. A. CarmichaeL cold.Tampa. Tuesday, fair and not so!, It's a little early, but our fall stock is "

prepared thirteen baskets and send a Office Over Monroe & Cbainbliss' Bank -
Frank Gadson's Bazaar Store will be
half box of oranges to the hospital.To .
those who have been so generous pen every evening until after tbe holidays OCALA, LA. CHATELAINE BAGS CAR OF MULES JUST RECEIVED.! arriving daily, and we are in a position to
till 9 o'clock. This is to give the I ..
In money and articles the King'sDaughters
shoppers a chance to do their buyingat A of fine mules have been
will give thanks later. this popular store. Terms Cash.J. We have a _small but stictly up in to received car by Patterson &:: Crutcher just at I'save you money. All we ask is a few
date line of ladies' chatelaine bags
'S The following persons dined at the alligator and other leathers; different the Marion Farms Stables. Hear is i i "

Montezuma, today: ;J. W. Knoblock, DOG LOSTA ,sires and colors an opportunity for all to invest. Those!! minutes of your valuable time to snow

Martin; W. M Barco. Dutton; Miss black shepherd dog lost. Answersto E.CHACEDENTAL A. E. Burnett the Jeweler. needing mules will do well to call and i

Carrie Barco Gainesville: C. R. Veal, the name of Gip Has a white ring aspect the stock. :[you through our stock.

Cotton Plant; H. W. Long and ;J. H. around neck. Disappeared last Sat- SURGEON CUT GLASS ARRIVESI ,

Bate. Mattel. urday night. Liberal reward for returnto have at last received: one shipment A POPULAR SHORT ORDER HOUSE i I 'p -

;J. C. HowelL Office Upstairs. Commercial Bank Bld'| of cut glass that has been delayed in :Meals served a la carte or regular I I oI

t. Mrs. ;J. F. Davis and accomplished transit. The patterns: are very pretty I dinner for 50 cents, at the Elk's Cafe. I A. FEW LEADERS.:.?

daughter. Miss Cynthia Davis, arrivedin MARKET TO BE CLOSEDMy OCALA, FLA. and we are slllng the goods cheap.A. Try this house, under new management I

the city yesterday from Landrum.S. stall at the city market will be E. garnett. the ;Jeweler. i : *

'" C. to visit Mrs..- Davis brother. Mr. closed from 8 p. In. Monday night Terms Cash. I

> ;Jerry Burnett. until Thursday morning on accountof FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN NO OPIUM .nCHAMBERLAIN'S {I Iron Beds $2.50 : -
tp >
Christmas. W. P. Edwards. Harness factory and tannery, conveniently COUGH REMEDY .-i.

i Morris Smith. who is now located at located. New buildings and There is not the least danger In givIng '
: ;
;Jasper reached Ocala this morning GOODIES FOR YOU HcIYER & MACKAYFUNERAL up to date machinery. Address. "Fac Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Sideboards $ t .50 up. { =

to spend Christmas with,his father. Dr. tory.:' care this taper. small!' children as it contains no opium I .

D. M. Smith. Morris said he was only or other harmful drug. It has an estab- ; :'

k Z( hours on the road. Lime Mints Olive Chow-Chow. Bulk DIRECTORS THE PENINSULAR lished reputation of more than SO : China Closets $ t5 and

e Olives, Pulled Figs Washed Figs In INDUSTRIAL. INSURANCE CO. years as the most successful medicine' up. -

CLEANLY WOMAN.Emneoulr Baskets. Walnut Meats Shelled Almonds Undertakers( and EmbalmersD. OF JACKfau.TVTLL.E. FUU in use for colds croup and whooping

London Layer and Cluster cough. It always cures and is pleas- :,
the liberal accidentand
Raisins Currants. Seeded Raisins. I E. MclVER ALFRED E. OWEN Pays moat sick, ant to take. Children like it. For sale
death benefits the paymentof
Thinks by Secerns He Swiss Cheese. ilcLauiin's Imperial Undertakers small weemy premiums.The upon by an druggists. !i DCA LA FURt ITURE CO0

.' Scalp That She Cue Osadc2. Cheese, Pitted Dates. Daffy's Apple I Peninsular is one of the strong- >
;Juice In pints! and Quarts. Cranberry Fine Caskets and Burial Robes act insurance companies in the land, WAGONS AND BUGGIES MADE t
Cleanly woman has an erroneous Idea Sau e. Mince Meat Honey Strained. j I and has many: thousands of policies in
that by scouring: the scalp. which ra- Chocolate force in Florida. All claims are paid Buggies wagons and log carts, made 1 .
moves the dandruff scales she b curing Dipped Crystallzed Trlsculto Fruits Heinz's Huyler's Preserves in : All Work Done by Licensed Em. promptly upon demand. Call on or or repaired and painted, at J. I* i E. C. SMITH C. V. ROBERTS.nniietcu's :--
the dandrug} She may wash her seal? I balmier and Fully Guaranteed write S. P. Broelcington, Local Agent Smoaks Wagon "Works.BUSINESS I
every day and yet have dandruff herm I Crocks. Heinz's Apple Butter. Walnuts office over Teapot Grocery, Ocala Fla.
Brazils: Pecans' Almonds Chow-Chow. .
long accompanied by fallinghair. FOR -
too. The only way In the world to curedandruS India Relish Olive Oil. Celery: Relish
C. J.
wen established and
Is U kill the dandruff germ. I Dunham's-Cocoanut the best on earth good paying T
_' and there: is no hair preparation that will I for Ambrosia Apples Oranges Cantor A first-class turpentine woodsman. business! for "sale. Owner has good Woodyarg
{ do that but Jfewbrtfs H !'plclde. Herptetde Ambrosia Apples. Oranges. Candy. I Contractor and Builder. Uust be sober and industrious. and reasons for wishing to sell and will

If; by killing the dandruff germ. I I : able to control labor to work a ride of sacrifice the property for cash.. Apply -
leaves the hair free to grow as healthy 0. boxes. Single or married. Salary shall to F. \V. Ditto. i I have bought the woodyard Ucated between Oktowaha avenue and

Nature Intended, Destroy the cause f I Plans and Specifications Furnished be satisfactory, Address, at once. S. !'Broadway and have *, stock of green and dry stove wood on-liand. Oak and

.;_ you druff remove tie effect Kill the dan I WOOD. WOOD Upon Request W. Petteway. Dunnellon, Fla. Oiine Laxative Fruit Syrup the -pine, or mixed, u desired. Ab If load delivered to any part of the city for -

r leadlar ee-ra drundst with Seed HerpicM ICe. la Sold by I I We have on hand several hundred new laxative,, stimulates but does not I It cash. Call at the yard or'phone Ko. J70.

for" sarnrrr ** The Ilerplcida CoD stamps- cords of seasoned stove and fireplace 129 South Third Sled, Another big shipment of crockery I Irritate. It U the best laxative. Guaranteed I .- ..,.....- ; -

lm'olt )itch J I wood, pine and oak. Send In your or and decorated china just or yrcr money back. Sold by j ..
Tyilogs & Co, Special Agents Ocala. der. Geo. Giles & Co. Ocala, Fla. Phone 130 'the Ocala Bazaar, Gadson. 1 all druggista. t m. R.. HVNNIOVTT -



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