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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: December 18, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID02995
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 198 .


Fresh Arirvals

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BAILEY WON'T BE BOUNCED

At Least, He Says He Will Nt. anrI
He Should Know-Claims 106
Votes in 163


a- a GainSeville. Texa,s Dec. 18.-Senator
PI-M hP jjIM Bailey tiea i-: ued the followlrg state-
i t" Me ment
BJ-- a f*kai "'Ar":"' -riun nuin'-riou- inquiries .from
in y fr-mnd- I :.tite that from letter
tin PackameS St el Daltes, and ttr-grjrn, t,., no arid from -irined
S[tatetr .rn t i, "Ihr Ii 'n6 pap*r V ti' nr6in-
PaomJ dPaeki FbIls ber oJf tr"- ,"c.-1f an, h-i-ar ,dl..-..
my answer t, Att(rinm-y -' tneral Dav'd-
"Siled A 1-m, eon's statement. 1 rounht ,itiv.ly
tventy-three neitrberi of thi- seltiAte
Crate i tes Ml and eighty-three member! of the h.ou-:-
v ho are pledged to vote for in.. E--
CrIba--Iy SamI at d e: thFe voluntary pledges, 1 hIar
from reliable fri-iidJ that twelve oth-er
i.inb.-r: ha\%- dt-claredi that they will
PO GRO R i\ot i,or mie:, a." in, tructed by the pri-
ULTERPOT GROCERi naries. This mrakeu a total of 116 on
t______ ______ ballot ani perfectly satisfied
.- las I dEclared several days ago, that
In,r t liftt-. i vt,,t.s 'ill ,b- cast against
ABOUT THE EYES 111-
S TrhP h..,u,- nirinib 1..:,. and th- sel.-
ate. 31, total. It;: nec--r.'arv to elect,
Your eyes are subject to as many iC.
difoernt defects as the body io to do
formatim. Whereas it should be one WHAT'S
of tboe mot perfect organs of the body. Worth d-.ring i- worth doing well. If
It is natural that you should need iou v-"ih tl be cured of iheuimatistii.
... ue Balal'y Snoi Lniiniment and you
glaes" for reading, writing, sewing ,ue B ell curi '' t positive cure
and other close work. Between the .jr sprainr, neuralgia. brutisEs, .uon-
&:Wa eof 40 ta 60, a perfect eye should tra.'ted nmu'cle. a:iJ all tre ills 'that
need glass at this age to relieve them '1 r 1"' to. A ," M Wi-liafnS,
from the strain when used for close or Aa:-ta, --' x a, writer. Al havo used
d BallarJ ' ;-,u\+ Linmet for. spraillned
near work. Many young people need ankl+ aind it v ,- tie bet satisfactiul.
Islaon early in life to relieve th. I alwvay-3 ket-e it in th- hiou-e s old
various forms of eyestrain, which is b. Anti-Mia,.luly l-rug t,ir',
the oaue of 75 per cont. of all head- ---
achoe. Just think: It has been proven HANDED KUHN A LEMON
by eminent authorities that 3 people
by eminent authorities that 3 people Romg Caused an Officer of That Name
out of every 4 that have headaches to Hold Off His Accomplice
have defective eyeo. Glasses are the in Robb.-e
remedy, because they CORRECT the i n b y
DEFECTS. When properly fitted there I Pittsbuirg. Pa., D ec. 1S.-During a
is no eye strain. When you get reacy desperateae battle w ith burglars last
to be relieved of these headaches call night in tihe- notion .tore tof iMrs Mary
and ee me. I make a specialty of cor- I Neen.ln :it .New\v K.il.singt,.n. Pa liur-
reoting eyes where others fail. Satis- t%\ *Iil.- ..:-4't r.f this cit y. (fofft'c.r JarnIe-'
faction guaranteed, or money refund. J. l.iii ,.n tIut ;itid fatally \\v..iu d.-d
ed. My references are those that I; lllii-r Kiihna :uinli captured Albert Ro-
have relieved. mig,. youinmg maei \,-I k,,nrw in N#.N-
DR. D. M. BONEY, T 'hfr, \tri pv-u'liar circUtjnstanco.A
yeooight Specialist. Optical Parlor, ..,nt..-te.l % it i thee roblb.ry. ail
2 and 4 Gary Building, Ocala, Fla. Monday evening. Romig sent word to
,, __ '_the police nd:l Mrs. Neenon that an at-
tempt would b- made to burglarize
A t'l r.- i thie store. Officer Lemon was detailed
A Choice Otock on the case, and secreting himself in
the store waited an hour before Kuhn
Of Fresh Beef, Porb and Romig. both masked, rushed into
A Mu1 t -. Romig pointed a revolver at Mrs.
A"nd M Uttlol, Neenon, while Kuhn held up the young
lady clerk. Officer Lemon, who was
Vegetables, Fruits, Polltry, hidden back (of a counter, came forth
and command d both men to surren-
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and der. Kuhtn rushed at the officer to
Choice Fresh Family Groc strike him with a blackjack, and the
a officer fir(-d three times, ever bullet
series, always on hand from entering Kuhn's body. "Romig stood
which to do your marketing. at one .side and did not resist arrest
Send or bring us your or Romig claims he notified the police
en O boring us your or because Kulthn thri-atened to kill him
ders and they will have unle.-;: hie ai ted inl the robbery.


prompt attention


W. E.


SMITH.


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 oost a little more, but re-
quire less current to operate
them. I also carry in stock
Fancy Globes, High, Low
Lights, etc.
All kinds of electrical work
and repairing done at reason-
able prices, under a full guar.
antee. If your lights are out
of fix, or you need wiring
done phone to No. 222.

Walter Tucker.


Hunnicutt's Woodyard

I have bought the 'ioodyard locat-
ed between Oklawaha avenue and
Broadway, and have a stock of green
and dry stove wood on hand. Oak and
pine, or mtxed, as desired. A big load
delivered to any part of the city for $1


IN PRAISE OF
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
There i. no other medicine manufac-
tuerd that has received Yo much praise
and so many expressions of gratitude
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
is effective and prompt relief follows
its use. Grateful parents everywhere
do not hesitate to testify to its merits
for the benefit of others. It I s a cer-
tain cure for croup and will prevent
the attack if given at the first appear-
ance of the disease. It is especially
adapted to children as it is pleasant
to take and contains nothing injurious
Mr. E. A. Humphreys, a well known
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
croup and colds in my family. I found
it to be \; ry satisfactory and it gt'.'es
me pleasure to recommend it.' For
sale b all druggists.


FLORIDA METHODISTS
At the .e- ion of thr Flurida Meth-
odist .konflienct at Palatka Saturday
aft*,riio-'n. t.'laud A Saunder.' and Hen-
ry F. Harri-: vlt- readmitted Poseph
Ander7omi.. Johnt Clar. J D Rogier:.
E. L Holile". E Wimon, E F _ate-,
B. H. lile-. \ P F Alexanddrl R M
E\ atiw. J T. X-at i' J T Colemaii,
A\' F. Shmtimaker, R. L Sulnier, H. J
\\ell I J P L'urrair. e and H B Frazee
wer,- granted the. supe-ralnuate.l tela-
tion and J. I.. Ji.,lir? and J T. Moore
thte tuilllci ntnerar\ relation
Twer -lt)-fiiur thousand eighl hundred
mlenil-brrn- 'etr reported, a gain of Inio'e
than 2'.i0um A larger' advanct- \\a- hu4-..'l-n
in all I'enitvulenit .-ollec.iuiP'
DEATH FROM LOCKJAW
Nev\'r follu\- an ilnjur\ drez.-.e't with
Bucklell' .' A lin :t Salve It- anlti-epti.
and hi-aliii! pr.'t,-rtiv: i.-re\- cit b loud
poi :nirig. t'hCats .-alld, m.rc.liant ui
RtI,-.-e-larr-- ville. N Y X\ 'ritt- "It
cumr,-d ~s,- t liurh. ,If1 tl"i place. f thli
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ULALA 'IU3IL LU.,

SEWELERS, OCALA, FLA.


SECRETARY rRAUSS 1 I n r i 1




THE TEXAS WONDER brotht-er. Jake Bruwn, t-. (4'.
4 'ur- all ki.i, y, ladd ard rheu-i (;ha. K. Sage, K. R. S.
irati '.-c Lta H ,_, b all drugLtore .L
')f trawo iotr irduct.tniito th ail for
lj$. Dr. E- \W Hall. 2M- et e. Cstle Hall ver P eyser'
Lo;..rn. A cLrdiual tlcui-tias n Iiiting


Sold in ')i' ia L\ the Anti-:\Monopoly
-- Tulula Lodge, No. 22. 1. 0. 0. F.,
A WHOLE.SALE DROWNING meets every Tuesday evening In
Purt:nmwouih. Engiand. I -c l1.-Nine Y0"os' Hall
Sailor btlohiginv t., the crew t,, their Election of Officers
ibattl.-:hip Hiisdu'tan. wr-re drowned Election of officers will be held at
I ye-lte-rdav I)v toi ucpI-rtutiig of the (cut- tliiv meeting. E. Jrflord-- N. G.
tcr. W. E. Bryant, Secretary.
THAT'S IT,
C-ouph yiur4is.-lf if u) a fit otf spasnms
and then v.ii ; v 1N v..u doi't go-t|
i\\ll. If tou \will jVly tr\ a bottle of j me
H allard's Hi -touiid rup, yur cough
xill be- a tliing ,,f the pa.st. It is a / A regular communl-
:P"itIH (ince fur couglis. intfuenza. cation of Marlon-Dunn Lu'lge. No. 19,
bron. iw...i a. .julminary diseases'. & A. MA.. will be held i, the templee.
;)ie h,.,ttil v. ill o)inti-c ',u--at your Thursday evening. Dec. 20.
druiisi:.- ,i;( ;and $1 S"ld by tihe Visiting brothers cordially invited.
Antit-.MuiUkj))IY .trug stuilt. N. I. Gottlieb, W. M.
-- Jake Brown, Secretary.
SWMaek. 1:1-. ak. We have
'h1in lThf- P, t,_,ffi'- Lruv:tlore. Jal.an,-e jardiniers at Condout's.


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SPOULD ISPROSTRTE
Attempts of the People to Obtain Their
Liberty Have Ieen Crushed by
aarna Overwhelming Force
and Warsaw. Rusian Poland, Dec. 1e.-
Reports received from points through-
out Russian Poland sho that the
government's policy of firmness has
been successful in subduing the last
A- the smouldering sparkle of revolu-


lion.
This result was accomplished at a
terrible cost to the Polish people, the
number of victim being estimated at
thousands. Business has become stag-
nant. the trades and industries are
bankrupt and the masses are despirit-
ed and in a state of poverty.
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.
STOPS ANY ITCHING
Doan's Ointment Cures Eozema and
Itching Piles
One application of Doan's Ointment
stops any itching. Short treatment
cures eczema, itching piles, salt rheum
--any skin eruption or ekin Itching. It
is the cheapest remedy to use, be-
cause so little of it is required to
bring relief and a cure.
W. H. Turner, a farmer, living at
Beach, Ga., says: "I have suffered
with a skin disease for about two
years and got no relief until I tried
Doan's Ointment, a few doses of which
has cured me. It has also given my
wife relief from inflammatory skin
trouble, which was said to be erysip-
elas. I am plad to recommend Doan's
Ointment."
For sale by all druggists. Price 60
cents. Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States. Remember the name-Doan'd
--and take no other.
For Boys and Girls


AFk
Store.


THE KODAK BOX
to see it at the Postoffice Drug-


ITALIAN TROOPS ORDERED OUT
Sunday Night to Protect the Vatican
From Frencn Sympathizers
An immense crowd made a demon-
stration in Rome Sunday night to ex-
press the sympathy of the Italion peo-
ple with France in the controversy
with the Catholic church. Troops were
ordered out to protect the Vatican,
though it is probable that they were
not necessary.
This Will Interest Dyspeptice
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore will
give you back 50 cents (purchasing
price) if Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy
fails to relieve or cure dyspepsia or
indigestion, or their symptoms, "ad
breath, bad dreams, foul taste, consti-
pation, hawking, spitting, acid or gas
on the stomach, dizzy spells, heart
Alutter, pains in the stomach, side or
back, extreme nervousness, belching.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy cures when
all else fails, so don't be discouraged.
It strengthens weak stomachs. The
star of hops for all dyspeptics. Cures
the worst cases. Druggists or by ex-
pre-s, 50c. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore,
Ocala, Fla. Call or write.
ARTILLERY IN BAD SHAPE
Is the Substance of the Report of the
Chief Officer of that Department
Washington, Dec. 18.-"Both the
coast and the field artillery are badly
deficient in both personnel and ma-
terial; neither is in even approximate-
ly proper condition for instruction in
time of peace, much less In condition
for reasonably efficient service in war,
and the time necessary to put either
in the latter condition is not a matter
cf days or weeks, but of years."
Brigadier General Arthur Murray,
chief of artillery, thus sums up the
condition of his arm of the service in
his annual report.
DEADLY SERPENT BLTES
Are as common in India as are stom-
ach and liver disorders with us. For
the latter, however, there is a sure
remedy: Electric Bitters, the great re-
storative medicine, of which S. A.
Brown, of Bennettsville, S. C., says:
"They restored my wife to perfect
health after years of suffering with
dyspepsia and a chronically torpid
liver Electric Bitters cure chills and
fever. malaria, biliousness, lame bact,
kidney troubles- and bladder disorders.
Sold on guarantee b3 Tydings & Co.,
druggists Price ro cents.
CUSTOM HOUSE AT
ST. MARKS FOR CUBBERLY


Washington Dec 18.--President
SRoO.-velt :'ent tu the senate yester-
1 1 cday for coiifirmation Florida nomina-
tions as follows
Collector uf Customs at Fernandina,
John \V, Howell, collector of customs
S jfor St Mark-s. FI;ed C. Cubberly.


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i THE OLDEST HOLIDAY

GOODS H OUSE I N TOWN






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To ys, 'lis, Ec.--we hav
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mCmPso ema r y to a
chaMe Orn lrce $25 pieces .
plulaed Chhu.

Specid PriMces to Suty
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ALLEN W*. BRIDGEgS


Choice


Dispenser of

Poe Ice Cream and ColIDrIOer,
Candles, F-it-, C--eH-".
Fufl Line of all Popular B iads f Ctpm


Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of &-oeun. -.-r
the electric fans. Don't forget the place.

ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM PAIII ,
Next to Munroe & Chamblias' Bank.
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arrtivting daily, and we are in a Wpo:rstt

save you money. All we ask I. a few

minutes of yoar valuable time to u6cow

you through our stock.

A FEW LEADERS

Ion Beds, $2.50 ap.

Sideboards, $1*.50 up.


China Closets, $15


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EVENING STAR! Desire For FoW

C. L. BITTINGFR & ACO. pO Ut


C. L. E.ttiiger ,and R. R. Car.ll
Proprietors antil lilultl.:lhe

C. L. BITI'NCfR.
Editor and General Manager


R. R, LARROtL.
City Editor ;and Busi,.a3s Manager.

Mr. S M Lumnus,. of Key West,
who has betn on a visit to his family,
returned to his place of busine.:s to-
day He expects to urove his family
down to Ke) West in about three
months MAir Lumrimu I etnr.lo,-d by
his brother, who has the contract to
supply the commisares for the exten-
sion of the East 'oast railroad from
Miami to Key \VWt The-re are about
2.,00 men orn the pay roll- .which in-
aicates the- supplies they no+eed The
wo,'k is getting along splendidly The
ien are well paid, well treated' and
perfectly satisfied with their work
The greatest excitement of S inda
--s caused by trouble in an Italian
family The head of the household
had transferred his affectirjn to a
maiden of dainty form and tnere vwas
enacted a domestic scene that cause?
our hair to fairly stand on ead at the
thought of what might have been had
not a series of unexpected incidents
overtaken the -woman in hier mad car-
eer of vengeance. She got on the trail
of her lord anf master and to facilitate
her speed she engaged a hack and a
maiden frieird to accompany her The
hujoand scente.i trouble and struck
out for safety Thre vehicle in which
the woman was hiding came- to grief
in the shape of a broken axle She left
this hack and engaged another and the
race was on anew and she was about
to overtake her game when the front
wheels of the hack gave way with a
crash and the occupants were uncere-
sn,.jnill.-v dumped into the street With
triet .%oniadi flf-\'. iiito ths, air a keen
euged razlr ani.i 44 Fi'.- .-' rt-anit
man made tIi- C.-aj't- tir the-n hite
learned what a terrible tning he had
e",:aped from. This: all happened Sun-
dc'y morning anrid ( reateid eUit a good
Ueal of e'-,itell.
Mr A N C'ameron. \ h,' for the past
fifteen years has bee-n a resident of the
\%-irsdale .-ection. 'Na! in town today
to becorme- a naturalized citizen of this
great republic. Mr ,'ani-run .:amne to
Marion county from Canada and em-
barked In the orange raising industry
t-nd has gone through all the stages of
sutes.s and d.a'ate'. but counting with
it the bright le t pIage:, III hi!- llft'' his-
tory. Mr ('aiIit-e uiim ulii-s f l'ro i \a -rV
ditingui.-.ied i ';iiadliaai 't*niiily, his
father laviii g *.'- il'". l,>r thirty years
Inl the C'aiiadliriii ,:trli;tiitiiit arid later
Sa% % oiui of" it gIve'iii.) Iwhi le his
brother i:' at pr'-st-lit A int'iibe-tr of the
C'anadian ij'arlianie1-lt. jMr 'a moeron
('ale hlerere to make anii range grov',
a d if ifIe iS Ipar,'e-4I i lii1 %%ill yet mt ake
a success >of it, not%.itlistanding his
past nisfuortmie-s. for this season his
grove had considerable fruit. with a
fine anticipated yield f.-r 1907-O0. Mr.
C. did the correct thing in autograph-
ing for the Star
Will Tuton, the flat ,ouds farmer
and sto(k gromi, wV.s in town' this
morning and was giving tlihe expelr-
lence hlie had at the .stat,- fair" He
maid it war by tar th#. lin,.-t he had
ever had tlih pleasure of !.seeing He
alow visited the Manatee actionon and
saw the fine orange groves arid deenm-
ed St. Petersbuig a lively little- city,
but when it otni t j -,il that will
grow truck, he thought thlat Marion had
'eni all 'kinned


Jacob Klein i': strictly in the holi-
day trade and the rush of business is
so great that he has secured the ser-
vices of Mr Bearman. of Nei York
City. an up to date salesmnian. He ex-
Spects thrcet ,ore salesminen from New
York tomorrow Jake has a stock of
goods second to none in town and his
prices please
The following devoted Knights of
Pythias went to Reddick last night to
assist Wildwood Lodge No. 91 in the
initiation of members, namely: W. S
Durst and WV W Clyatt. whi went up
on the belated A C. L train, J. H.
LeSuer, Will Lucius, J. G. Spurlin, C
K. Sage, R. E. Yonge, Jake Brown, T. E.
Biggs, D. A. Fort. with J H Spencer
and Louis Lang in their respective
automobiles. The run was made in an
hour and a half. reaching Reddick at
9 p. m. Two hours were spent with
the lodge at that place T E. Biggs
wielded the gavel in the initiatory
work of the order After adjournment
-a splendid supper was partaken of, to
which all did good service, while Char-
lie Sage sustained his well earned rep-
utation at stowing away oysters. The
boys had a glorious time and are loud
In their praise of the hospitality of
the members of the lodge at Reddick.
R S. Hall is an admirer and a good
judge of horse flesh, and has just se-
cured the handsomest animal that has
ever entered the gates of Ocala. This
is saying a great deal, but if you doubt
this take a look at him at the Marion
Farms Stables He is a perfect bay,
except ene white fcot He takes to the
name-of Royal Whitefoot and is a blue
ribbon winner over all animals in his
class at the Atlanta fair. He is blood-
ed stock and spiriteu, but so well train-
ed any child can drive him. Messrs.
Patterson & Crutcher, the Marion
Farms Stables horse dealer, made the
sale and everyone who has seen the
animal is congratulating Mr. Hall on
his taste and judgment


Appetite Is NMecemry In Order To
Digest What W e Eat


W'.e notice that some of the most
eminentt physicians or this country and
Europe who hate made a study of the
proce-ss of digestion unite in the opin-
ion that a kt an appetite is a great aid
t.- prc ppr digestion Somre even g.i so
tar as to say that there must be a
good sharp appetite for the food eaten
in order that it be properly digested
and assimilated. Dr. J. P. Pawlow's
essay on "The Work of the Digestive
Glands," which was awarded the Nobel
prize, sets forth very clearly the value
of appetite.
There is no other such safe sure
means for creating a healthy appetite
as Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer taken be-
fore or with your meals, and it is an
almost absolute guarantee of perfect
digestion, while its tonic and food
value cannot be overestimated.
Dr. Joseph Felsler, of the North-
western University of Chicago, in com-
menting upon this said: "I fully be-
lieve that the moderate use of good
beer at meal times acts as a tonic and
is therefore useful."
Dr. Feisler stands at the heac. of his
profession and his words must carry
great weight with those seeking
health.
Pabst Blue Ribbon is such a beer as
Dr. Feisler recommends. It is a prod-
uct of eight-day malt, choicest hops
and pure water. Pabst eight-day malt
contains all the valuable food elements
of the barley in predigested form. It
gives Pabst Beer its rich nutrition and
the fine mellow flavor which distin-
guishes it from other beer. This, to-
gether with sixty years of scientific
brewing. Is what has put Pabst Beer
so tar in the lead. No food that comes
from the cleanest kitchen can be
cleaner, purer and more wholesome
than this celebrated beer.


STRAUSS & CO.
South Main Street, Ocala, Florida
PHONE 22
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME
TODAY

CAR OF MULES JUST RECEIVED
A car of fine mules have just been
Sreceved by Patterson & Crutcher at
,the Marion Farms Stables. Hear is
San opportunity trw ilI to invest. Those
needing mules will do well to call and
inspect the stock.

Frr Boys and Girls
THE KODAK BOX
Ask to pee it at the Poatofflce Drug-
Store
"WOODMAR" FRUIT
I have a few boxes of fancy fruit,
half oranges and half grapefruit, suit-
able for Christmas gifts. Price, $3 per
bix, f. o. b. Eastlake. David S. Wood-
rcw, Postoffice Box. 957, Ocala.
FOR SALE
One of the best established and pay-
ing mercantile businesses. Will sell
building or give. a long time lease on
property. This is a snap, and owner
has good reasons for offering It. Ad-
dress F. W. Ditto.
MORE FINE STOCK COMING
SHaving sold out the carload of fine
horses and muless we received a short
time ago, our Mr. Hugh Nichols has
gone to market for another car of fine
animals, which will be here in a few
days. This load will be well worth
waiting for, and we ask you to come
Sand see them on their arrival.
Tompkins & Nichols.
Satsuma at Condon'd.


R. D. FULLER.


L F. BLALOCK.


FULLER & BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEONS


Terms. Cash.


J. E. CHACE

DENTAL SURGEON
Office Upstairs. Commercil Buk Bld'g
OCALA, FLA.
Terms, .Cash


For That

Empty Feeling

When you have that "empty feeling'
a call on us will give immediate relief.
We Call Your Attention to
Tip Top Coffee...... ...... ... 25
Blue Label Coffee........... 26
io. Mackerel, per kit......... 1 50
Strained Honey, 1 gallon cans.. 1 25
Dr. Price's Wheat Celery. ... 25
7 Bars Lenox Soap............. 25

Dutch Herring, Mackerel,
Cod Fish, Dried Herring,
French Sardines, Etc.


0. K. GROCERY,
Clark Bros.
North of City Market


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R-v. L. W. Mc,or- r-turned home
-csterday afr:rni n. hrimainan the re-
i'etablk- 3jniuriceiiitnt that he was
i.,t r-turrin-d to the- )(ala church, as
>,is hoped lor. but wa.s sent to the
Tampa H'ights- church, and that Rev
Dr AtkinFon, of Orlando, will fill the
Ocala pulpit.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Lke Merril, colored, tried yesterday
for killing her husband, at Irtine last
June, was acquitted. It proved a case
of kill or be killed.
J. A. Wester was found guilty of
forgery. He was given three years in
the penitentiary.
Elijah Commander, colored, indict-
ed for stealing a diamond pin from
Mr. John F. Williamson, was found
guilty. The pin was valued at $100.
The court then took u pthe matter of
appointing a sheriff to take the place
of Sheriff Gordon, who is under indict-
ment. A number of names were sug-
gested. J. T. Lancaster, the real es-
tate man. was approached, but he de-
, lined the honor. Mr. Louis Lang ac-
cepted the proffer and is now sheriff
of Marion county, and will be until the
case of Sheriff Gordon is disposed of.
which wilt be done Friday, as this
case is set for that day.
Court then adjourned until Wednes-
day morning at 8:30
WEATHER FORECAST
Washington, Dec. 18.-Rain tonight
except fair in northwest portion; cold-
er in north and central portions. Rain
in east, fair in west portion Wednes-
day.


A BEAUTIFY

Framed or anframed.


BeautIl Pi
Mantle. Table Sce
the


IL LINE OF PIOTUES HANBSOUE w um

The finest line to select from in the In Golden Oak, Birdseye Mapl a i
country. of Brass Beds of all styles and pea that

tlere ad Lace Cutals. I Florida. Blanketed and Bed iAnme of a k
arfs, and Fire Screens in all of Pretty Dressing Tables and odd Bereua ii th4
beautiful makes, finished "


The largest ar Prettiest lie of Rus
of all sizes and finish. Art Squares in all weaves and sizes,
and at different prices: Mattings. Linoleums, Etc.

ELEGANT DINING TABLES, LIBRARY AND

OFFICE TABLES.


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


and the different
and Fumed Oak


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


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


Handsome Sideboards, BuMffs, and China Closets
/


in the different and pretty finishes.
Chairs, Art Squares, and a complete
imported China Sets. A new line of


All
line


youthave
but par-


styles of Dining
of domestic and


Parlor and Hall Lamps That Are Very Attractive.

Tolet Sets and Jardinlers.


MNcIver


The House Furnishers,


FREE WITH YOUR MEAL
An Evening Star to read and take
away with you free, with your meals,
at Keating's Cafe.
IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT
The city court disposed of several
cases this morning. One was arl un-
fortunate man who had taken aboard
too much booze, making himself a nui-
sance to the A. C. L. ticket agent, and
later fell into the hands of the negress
Gertrude Jordan. who was acquitted
the other day from the charge of kill-
ing Albert Mazon.
Another case was that of a dago wo-
man, who was beating the life out of
her husband for not walking in the
straight and narrow path of domestic
fidelity.
The former was fined $5 and costs
and the case of the latter was post-
poned until tomorrow.
CHILDREN
Favorite tonic is White's Cream Ver-
mifuge, the cure for women and all
children's diseases. It not only kills
the worms, but removes the mucus
and slime in which they build their
nests. Its action on the child is mild
and leaves him in a healthy condition.
Joe Daniel, Surmac, Tenn., says that
he gave one of his children White's
Cream Vermifuge when the doctor
thought it had colic, and from the first
dose the child passed 78 worms. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Mr. Stafford, the Welrsdale orange
grower, came up today o0. the belated
A. C. L. morning train. He is busy
packing and shipping his fruit, which
is of very fine quality. He said the
dry weather is causing the fruit to
drop badly.
For chapped and cracked hands
nothing is quite as good as an appli-
cation of DeWit's Witch Hazel Salve.
Put it on before going to bed, use an
old pair of gloves and see what a dif-
ference the morning will bring. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Mr. R. E. Yonge has rented the of-
fice in the iear of the Fort. King Groc-
ery to the Brown Shoe Co., of St. Louis,
Mc., for a sample room, over which


EXACI COPY OF WRA.WPE.


CASTORIA
For Infts and tChildren.


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Gentlemen's Office Tables and Ro'lp i De t4' 4 41
Sectional Book Case., plain and leaded gim f+q IN
Cases. Music Cabinets in Oakud M ahqauy, a t


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Pretty Bathroom Mirrors, Medicine Cabi lb
Whatnots, Ladies' Work Baskets and Tablei. -


OOKIN STOVES, UANSES. AU


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STOVES. 1
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Handsome sets of Harness, S&tdle; Va& A Orips a]
Suit Cases, all sizes and shapes, from the chesu .t tp .
finest made. Trunks of all styles and kinds, a-d a
prices. We also have a most attractive lot of "


Wagem for


It in this List


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OF GAINESVILLE AND THE -

Ocala Telephone Company


HAVE CONNECTIONS AND REACH


Alachua.
Anthony.
Archer.
Arredondo.
Berlin.
Blitchton.
Btonson.
Campville.
Conant.
Connor.
Crystal River.
Dunnellon.
Dutton.
Elliston.
Evinston.
Felicia.
Fort White.
Garden Grove


GrahamvUle.
Gainesville.
Grove Park.
Hague.
Hawthorne.
Hernando.
High Springs.
Holder.
Juliette.
LaCrosse.
Levon.
McIntosh.
Micanopy.
Montague.
Montbrook.
Morriston.
Newberry.
Oak.


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Rock Spdins
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December 2oth to 25th inclusive; December Soth, S
January 1st. with final limit Januar 7th.


For information or reservations call on ticket s4pl ..t''

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NO STORE In Fllorida present a more beautmilal., usetl or a larger flle I 'Mks, aPiMill' 1 wI
member of Ile iamiy or any O wt of year kladi, a at be sa O n ai 5 i Mask
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Millions of bottles of Foley's Honey
and Tar have been sold without any
person ever having experienced any
other than beneficial results from its
use for coughs, colds and lung trou-
bles. This is because the genuine Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar in the yellow
package contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs. Guard your health by
refusing any but the genuine. Sold by
all druggists.
NEW ARRIVAL OF HORSES
Messrs. Tompkins and Nichols re-
ceived another carload of fine Tennes-
see horses and mules this .week, and
the animals may be seen at the stables
north of the square. Mr. Tompkins
says the stock is as fine as he has
seen in many a day-, and cordially in-
vites all lovers of good horse and mule
flesh to come and take a look at them.
Backache, cold hands and feet, rheu-
matism, and kindred ailments, caused
by improper action of the kidneys
yield readily to a short treatment of
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
They quickly drive the poison from
the system and thus afford relief. A
week's treatment for 25 cents. Recom-
mended and sold by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
Strayed or stolen, one dark dun cov;
unmarked; one horn little low; bush at
tail white. Above reward of $5 to any
one finding her and letting me know.
Was reared at Micanopy. Strayed
about Nov. 1st. A. M. Anderson, V*il-
liston, Fla.
E. C. DeWitt & Co, of Chicago, at
whose laboratory Kodol is prepared
assure us that this remarkable digest-
ant ,and corrective for the stomach


OCALA EVENING STA1, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 10N.


Office Over lauroe & Cbambliss' Buk Mr. Byrne, one of the company's crack
Salesmen, will preside.
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Absolutely Pure

A Cream of Tartar Powder
free from alum or phos-
phatic acid


HAS 1 SUBSTITUTE


OCALA OCCIJRRENCE S1 The Ocala Knights of Pythlas on
(their return from Reddick last night
Encountered an A. C. L freight train
Odd IFllows meet tonight. on the cro'~sing at Kendrick, the en-
gine having blown out a cylinder head
Silver dishes at Condon's. and wa- 'iral on the crossing The
Ocalan-'. undkr the lead of John H.


Gold beads at Condon's.

S llver linmond sets at Condon's.

.. Masons meet Thursday evening.

If your lights are out, phone No. 3)0.

Fans at Condon's, l0c. to $7.

Japanese plaques at bOcala Music (o.

Teakwood stands at Ocala Music Co.

Drink Green Springs natural mineral
water at the'AntI-Monopoly Drugstore

Dr. Montgomery. of Micanopy. was
n .town yesterday.

Nw lot of chafing dishes just in by
express at the Postoffice Drugstore.

'Phone 300 if your lights ars out of


All kinds of goods for the holidays
at Wt Ocala News Company.

A nlc line of Ja&%*ee metall nov-
elties at the Postoffice Drugstore.

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

Sterling and plated coffee aets. Ocala
Music Co.
"' Ult*b llhfsI $1.50 to $16, at the Ocala
Music Co.


Manicure sets up to $42. Ocala
Music Co.

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

Children's silver cups at the Ocala
Music Co.

C. E. Herrick, of Crystal River. was,
a caller in town yesterday.

Fine cigars for Christmas present-


at the Postoffice Drugstore.

Wedding ring napkin rings a
Music Co.


Special prices on Haviland
the Postoffie Drugstore.

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

Nunnally's candies, the best
at the Postofflce Drugstore.

Crepe paper in all colora-at
pi ol, at the Variety Store.


We Have a complete line
list's tidndrtle and drugs. T


at Ocala


china at


LeIncr-r urnoupled the car:' and by
Je:t-iirtf effrtf- made an opening to
-,1 "' tn; tr- k

Puff boxes, nail brushes, tooth brush-
es, hal bruthe- military brushes,
rosewvood ala ti.eliAloi' mirrors..-whisp-
brooms. ai4j all ttrier toilet articles.
A beautiful line to elect frun. Ty-
dings & Co.

Mrs+ Kenneth McPherson came up
this iiilorhllHg from Mulb.erry and will
be tie gtue-'il of her parents. Mlr. and
Ms. B ii. Sevmoutr. Mr. McPherson
will ((,onl- uI and spent the holidays.

N,,! Ho.yl-r's c:andies have not ad-
,':nc,,d il 1.ri'i t. Yuu can buy Huyler's
a. t rl, asp a ou can any. uther kind.
A tfrvelhi .i.I, ju.-st received at T. VW.
Truxl 'Li ">.

\'. I. .l-\\.tt tlie tOcala weather man,
s:ai-s nt\vit l t:zirding ,everybody's as-
Me-rtiin lhis is lt the ti'vest season
e\e'r h at d of in Ocala.

F'tR SAl, Two' bed-roomn suites
of fItrnituirt. : .,ln book cas.-; ,one desk
and bo,,,k aste -coimtlinedl; one library
tabl-. uiuet dining table and six dining


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The church tea at Mrs. William A.
Hocker's yesterday afternoon under the
auspices of the Woman's Missionary
Society of the Baptist church was a
very pleasant gathering. Mrs. Hocker
was assisted in entertaining by her
sister. Mrs L. W. Duval, Mrs. S. T.
Sistrunk, Mrs. Will Goin, Mrs. J. D
Robertson and Miss Mattie Williams.
Refreshments were served by Mrs W.
M Scott. of Memphis. Tenn., and Miss
Mattie -Williarnm and Mrs J D. Robert-
son The handxwork of the ladies was
'displayed in tthe library and the beauti-
jul creation' t.jund a ready sale The
proceedo will cotistitute a Ci'hristmas
offering to the Baptist orphanage at
Arcadia

CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
With local applications a they cannot
reach the- seat uf tite dis'eae Ctatarrh
jis a blood on convztitttional disease,
and iii rder to curt- it you must take
internal medlicines. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally and acts di-
rectly on the bl-od anid mIiucous sur-
faces. Halls 'a Carrh Cure is not a
quack rnedic one of the bestf physicians in this coun-
try tur ye aar. ;a:.l i. a regular prescrip-
ition. It is comltposed of the best tonics
kno\wxn, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting dire-,ctly on the mu-
1cus '-urfacts. The perfect combina-
tion of tho t\\o ingredients is what pro-
dlute'-s such wonderful results in cur-
ing Catarrhi S.-iid for testimonials
free. 1'. J. a'ItENEY & CO.,
Pro-,prietors, T .Iledo. 0.
S,I,1 by druggists, price, 75c. Take
Hlal's F'amaiily Pills for cointipation.

County S.uhol C',inniissioner J. S.
G(ranthain. of Sparr. %was in town today
buying Santa Claus' things by the
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BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY GOODS

One of the most beautiful stocks of
holiday goods ever seen tn this asctla
of the state is the Tr-rg'- et d Iphy
of pretty goods at the OctL MusLe
Company's store. There is a great pro-
fusion of cut glass, in all sites, shap a
and patterns and of the very tee
grade. The silver articles, In every
conceivable pattern, surpass all pre-
vious efforts In this line, and the fIm
china is beautiful beyond d scriptlo.
The jewelry department is complete In
rare and beautiful goods of the latest
pattern and finest grade. Truly, If
the seeker for the fin and beautiful
cannot find it at this store he had bdt
give it up.


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GONE BACK TO GGEORGIA

Mr. R L. Barnes. the well known and
popular turpentine operator, has sold
out his entire Florida interests in the
turpentine business. He came up to
Ocala yesterday, stopped at the Monte-
zuma and left on the midnight train
for Halcyondale, Ga., where he has
bought a 1.K10M acre cotton plantation.
Mr. Barnes had many friends in this
county, where + he resided for many
years. and they wiU1 miss him.

Very elegant was the six o'clock
dinner given iast evening by Mr. and
Mrs. D. E Mclver. at their handsome
hmerri in the third ward. The ha.,py
*.a icri was complimrrentary to Mrs.
V i Scott. of Memphis Tenn., and
Miss Lewis, of Jamaica, two lovely la-<
dies who are visiting in Ocala. Miss
Lews is visiting her sister. Mrs Geo
MacKay The table was *beautiful in
all Its appointments and the delicious
seven course dinner was daintily serv-
ed and greatly enjoyed After dinner
the guests returned to the spacious
parlor, where several hours were spent
quite pleasantly During the evening
music wa-s rendered by Mrs E. L Car-
er., Mlr.7 Scott's sister, Mrs. Mclver
and Miss Le-wis Mr. and Mrs. Mclver
are txo of Ocala's most popular citi-
zens and are perfect in the art of en-
tertaining


i idays, popular Sam Hoffman, of Char-
I leston, with M. Hornik & Co., one of
TO PATRONS, PUPILS AND the finest dry goods salesmen on the
OTHERS INTERESTED !road, who always stops off in Ocala
to spend the holidays aid help this
Mrs. Handle will have her quarter- friend' Jalke, through the holiday rush.
Iv review of musical studies at Yonges M r. M. Berman, of New York, a most
Hall .in Friday night, the 21-t inst, at successful traveling clothing salesman,
S p. rm. Admission free. is also assisting Mr. Klein and he will
have, after tomorrow, two other trav-
FREE WITH YOUR MEAL eling men through the holidays.

An Evening Star to read and take Our line of goods is now opened and
awav with nvu free, with wner me i we cant suit y.ou in anything at the


at Keating's Cafe.

OUR STOCK 18 COMPLETE


One
tive S
in the
store.
or fine
but A
goods,
luIo est
Be :
our lii
glass
rings,
of all


nia .Api,. ti .t11. .r. iall ruouu, I tiV.' -- ', C i- .' rI a u 5goUd, UUIm jChrit
s71 Fort Kinig avenue,. thie weather bad for growing lettuce.
---I He said the Santa Claus spirit was
John taliu.ble. of Dunnellon, vho has active and Sparr would celebrate the
bet-l \visiting friends at McIntosh, re- happiest day of all the year Monday
turned homnte tii afternoon. I night Nith a school entertainment un-
der the direction of their popular and
tFOR SALF-Full blooded Berkshire accomplished teacher. Mrs. Karl Har- Ask
pigs. SNn ready for shipment. Ad- ter' in connection with a Christmas Store.
dre,.-, 1.Re ii'-sa Farm., Lad.v Lake. !tret. The editor of the Star acknow-
F'!a ledges an invitation to be present on
.- .this occasion. Wec
FOR SALE-My hIurse, Dan. Can St. Mi
thorvuiil rt-ciiHerbert A A guarantee stands back of every tea ai
,\d ,ilwd horse and niule purchased from us.i,.Maugi
S.e have two carloads of the best ladies
Another big shipment of crockery Patter-on & Crut-ch-r.- at the Marion table
and decorated china just opened at Far"m Stable:. lie is.
the Ocala Bazaar, Gadson.
Do you %want the most comfortable
4'( \W FIOR SALE- .nFin- Milker. with place in the state to board, fur the
y'uitg cal f Br'-kt-n tu lead and tie. n money it will ccst you? If Su, come to I
Piktie, $:.o, sp..t .Adsh. E. C. Smith. ,_col. Shipman's Mulitezuma hutel. i

Pv. t C Cto'.l, \ht ti k the be- Ni' i al ....f 'r\-tal River, was in. f i |
lated A (' L tIrain for Mclntosh last tle cit- (hi thi t:lri.g accomnpanid bya' Ib
ev\ting i ci tl iti reach that place until, M f-' ldi"in Pt" 'lan.-i B I a
l 15 Ev'!r-b,'d\ had gone to bed, so
hli ,did 1ti, t d ,t-h,-r hi, i.,.t,, u rt ,1-, w ,t I Toilet sets and til-ht cas

Il l, U lu .. 1" k s i 11 !4 l e t_ I u* --. *V wet L. - ... -. ... .... i. ^ CL-' A alAU *AR -
bird linittiiq this morning and had icure sets in endless variety, at the
6 cents good succt--a j Anti-Mohioipoly Drugstore,

Our line of ladies' desks and coro- j The finest line of soaps, toilet pow-
in town. bination desks and book cases will be i der-, etc, in the city, and the finest
found exceedingly handsome. Mclver 10c. soap on the market. Tydqlgs &
& MacKay-. Company.
5 cents
Cre-pe paper in all colors at E cents J I N Knight, a prosperous business
Ier roil. at thte ariet Store. I man of Crystai River. was a caller in
of drug-! Itown today.
he most J B Fivj. tine insurance man of


Up-to-dat tIn the city. Tydtngs & Co I.int, n t an He said he wouid
*be in the la.- t r1- the legislature next
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt and Mrs. T. H eect ii
Joshaon returned home yesterday front -
tb e ooeremce at Palatka. I .Don't fail to see the fine line of la-
S" I dies umrbreilas, most suitable for hol-
m Springs natural mineral water iday gifts at A E Burnett's, the Jew-
at Ah. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore by h eier_
the glass, gallon or carboy.


The holiday stationery is going fast
The time to buy is now and the place
Is the Postoffice Drugstore.

Mrs. J. P. Stevens and son. J. N.. of
Colaer. were Ei town today buying
Chrtatnas tricks.

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

T. D. Bryan. who sold his home rt -
oetly to Dr. Walter Hood, has rented
the jerry cottage on Fort King avenue.

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


t JK KL. l--Tree unfurnished
room. with use of sitting room azd
parlor No ti Or-ange street Inquire
at Star cffico-.

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

Air BErvat. of Martel. was in twnIn
today) He said the nili at that place
had shut down fo:- lack of cars and that
they nad 1 06,.i'O feet of lun-ber on
v r elad~tj~ t!.~'ad The machinery
nIIKv being overhauled

(;enuiil- Frencmh stag and stCr!ing sil-
ver t.iiftt -ts an-d brushes at the Anti-
Mono,l...h LDrugpt:.re. 'ee our line te-
tie tl-(if. Hu


Ask
Store.


of the most complete and attrac-
tock of fine, up to date jewelry,
i city is n.i-w on display at our
We may not have the largest
est looking store in the country,
e assure you fhat we have the
the very best goods and the very
prices
sure that you call and look over
tie of solid and plated silver, cut
and china, watches, clocks, pins,
bracelets, charms and emblems
kinds, before you make your
mas purchases.
Fred G. B. Weihe. Jeweler,
South Side of Public Square.

For Boys and Girls
THE KODA'K BOX
to see it at the Postoffice Drug-


SILVER TEA
inesday afternoon the ladies of
trgaret's Guild will hold a silver
t the residence of Mrs. G. T.
is. At the same time the young
of the Junior Guild will have a
)f fancy work for sale. The pub-
cordially invited to attend.



'ASTOR IA
For Infants and Children

Kbd Yo Have Alwayst B t
rs the
ture of Cia /


For Boys and Girls
THE KODAK BOX
to see it at the Postoffice Drug-


WANTED

* An elderly ;white woman can get a
good home in small family by apply-
j11 t* .-* rhi J-%Fl -


i We are displaying a magnificent line 5 oi-e.
o- screens in ail sizes. styles and LARGE BLACK MULE FOB ALE
makes. & MacKaI have one large black mule I will

A new line of iron beds. nearly one ell for $150. Perfectly sound and a
hundred different patterns and any "good animal. Apply to W. D. Carn, or
price desired, at (Mclver & MacKay's. Mart n & Carn.
n A B h. re- NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES
Hc,%n .' ,on A Bltch. was regiF-
tered today at t-e COcaia House We are agents for the New Home
,Sewing Machine and carry them in
Th. largest r.e of cut glass we have stock. Call and see the machines and
ever sho-vii Tru e ods ari right and get prices. Sold on time is preferred.
t-re rrice righ.te:- The pos-t.-ffice Drug- Pittman & Son, the furniture men.
store
--- NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
LOST-Ring with a numrrber of keys
'attached Suppised to have dropped We are pleased to announce that
them at postofjce Saturdav. Reward Foley's Honey and Tar for -coughs,
' fr the return of same to P H. Nugent. colds and lung troubles is not affected
! ----- by the national pure fo,a and drug
Dr Hetrz ..t : a..iw-aha. ns in thei lau ai it contains no opiates or oth-
c citly t. da ,.- I busire-j er harmful drug, and we recommend
Si as a safe remedy for children and
SDo not faIl f;.r cChristiza_ to buy a adults Sold by all druggists.
jba-tu l- .f Roigers' Nataral F i-l3o-r Per-i
tfume- at tt:- Anti-Moiukpoi Drug-
-ltre swiv,! v ticrt. fthe iopuilar ad.,r ENGRAVINGS ORDERED
a.:so amid c.eirr,- bud We will get your engraved station-


Ocala News Company.

Mr. S. T. Weilf, Florida agent for the
Weil Shoe Co., returned today from a
short business trip to Savannah.

LOST-One Columbia bicycle, No.
3892. '2-lnch black frame, coaster
brake. Moved from front of stairway
at Elk's hall Tuesday evening, Dec.
llth. Suitable reward for return to
Stephen Jewett, Ocala, Fla.

lMr. M. E. Rotinson, of Tampa, so
well known as Sunny Jim, the Florida
I salesman for the Joseph Rosenheim
1 Shut Co., is in the city.

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

Buy your mileage books and tickets
.over the A. C. L. from RL T. Adams.
the city ticket agent. Office in the
Ocala House.

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams'have their
rooms at Mrs. William Sinclair's res-
idence.

Special rates to regular monthly
i boarders at the Montezuma hotel, and
you will find there a lot of congenial
people.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Buttgenbach, of
Brussels, are at Holder. Mr. Buttgen-
bach is the president of the big phos-
phate plant at Holder by that name.

When you have a cough or cold do
i not ask some one what is good for it,
i as there is danger in taking some un-
Sknown preparation. Fcley's Honey and
i Tar cures coughs, colds and prevents
pneumonia. The genuine is in a yel-
low package. Refuse substitutes. Sold
by all druggists.

Nic Sellars, of Berlin, was in the city
today looking over the Christmas stock
of goods.. - b


Justice Bullock today disposed of: the
case against EUlzabeth Lancaster, col-
ored, for stealing* dry goods from G.
A. Nash's. store yesterday. He im-
psed -a fine. of $25. which se paid.

Rook_*'o5d "i otters at Co..n"d t .



MIIYER & :ta

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Underlakers and E1blhtms
i, E.MclIVER ALFRED E. OWEN
Undertakere

i Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
I AU Work Dene by Licensd E*-
Sbalmes and Fully usarantld


Contractor a" Banddr.

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Is Disease a Crime ?
3ot very lofg asQ a popular magazine
Mblisbed an edtoial artlole in which
'the writer aerted, In substance, that adl
disease should be regarded as criminal.
Certain It is,that much of the sickanea
and suffering of mankind is due to the
violation of certain of Nature's law.
But to 1ay that all sickness should be
regarded as criminal, must appeal to
every reamomle Individual as radically
It. wold be harsh, unsympathetic,
cruel yea criminal, tocondemn the poor,
weak, over-worked housewife who sinks
under the heavy load of household cares
and burden, and suffers from weak-
ness, "sarlo displacements of pelvic
organs and other derangements peculiar
to her sex.
FreQuent beaiag of children, with Its ex-
acting demands upon the system, coupled
with the cars worry and labor of rearing a
large family, is often the cause of weak-
nesses, de; tn eu" e and debility which are
aggravated by the many household cares.
and the hard, and never-ending work which
the mother is called upon to perform Dr.
Pierce, the maker of that world-f tined rem-
edy for woman's peculiar weaknesses and
ills-Pr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription-says
that one of the greatest obstacles to the cure
of this class of maladies is the fact that the
poor. over-worked housewife can not get the
needed rest from her many household -ares
and labor to enable her to secure from the
use of his Prescription its full benettsa It
is a matter of freQuent experience, be says,
in his extensive practice in these cases, to
meet with those In which his treatment fails
by reason of the patient's inability to abstain
from hard work long enough to be cured.
With tbose suffering from prolapsus. ante-
Tersion and retroversion of the uterus or
other displacement of the womanly organs
It 6 very necessary that. In addition to tak-
ing his "Favorite Prescription they abstain
from being very much. or for long periods, on
their feet All heavy lifting or straining of
any kind should also be avoided. As much
out-door air as possible, with moderate, light
exercise is also very Important. Let the
patient observe these rules and the 'Favor-
Ite Prescription will do the rest.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser Is sent free
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of
mallir.g only. Send to Dr. R. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y., 21 cne-cent stamps for pa-
per-covered, or 31 stamps for cloth-bound.
If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge
by letter. All such communizatUlo& are
held sacredly confidential.
l)r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet? Invm gorat
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HORSE AND UIJr A.I
County Commissioner Fort sad his A splendid famn-y j l
brother were in town today with loads bugy d br& h essm e t" to
or oranges and pork. M. a at the aMs.s..

D. W. Tompkmns the liveryman, dM NOTICE TO PREION _
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We have boxes to mat at $&OOper yor th wtti
hold a big lot of valuable aper, jewry. tc. ALb,
larger boxes onmting a little moe. Come axmx dmtbhi,


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SAW* FILED
Saws hammered and filed within '
hours, by S. A. Davs. filer for Mrtel
Lumber Company, Matel Fl.. Pttes
reasonable. ti.

While the crowd in the city today
was not large, those who came devoted
their time strictly to business and all
the merchants were busy.

The Star is pleased -to bear that Mr.
.I W. Tompkins, whome life was de-
spaired of from pneumonia, is improv-
ing and hopes are entertained for her


posed of a ane pair or mutes yesterday UI ... '
to the Thomas brothers, of Sparr.
If t suit of clothes lt 11 M.'r..
Our winter 16tock of rugs art squares IL A- ulford was i o ';:
and mattings i sad to be the finest memwr of the club by Mt o .
ever shown In Ocala. Mcver & Mae- three weeks ago. piar p. .
-ayI Oci a i. ';

MAll kinds of rum ka a,,t fwM wo ll eW 9 "d ^
retail, at the Ooala a Gr,,,, Q. baiMa n portMi,'1.tC .- l

Mrs. R. C..Bul rad two lttls grd- an t *litl- j. .
children came up this moral from WrAGGOMS, A I AN
-crystat--Biver a- sNrpt the y -.
the city_ P. _' -gg i. wa t g.. kg *
o,'.'o repaired X. I E at 3-. L6 -
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ew IsAtnVet stimat"te,. b"t o s not' ,."
Irritate. It Is the best latI Ouar- WANT t .
anteed or your money back. Sold by: t-cla -
'l druggists. M be so

FOLLOWING THE FLAG 2 .o WaO IlS\r.
When our sol ders wqMt to Cuba and be saU.,uiry. Ir,- : -
the Pitilpl-es: healti was the mot W. Peteway. MMWi,
inpartant consdmeationu WUUillis T.L
Morton, retired com0u oary sergeantrr U m :
U. 9. A, of Rural BrI" 1. COuo* I & ,I, - D. ... l .'
N. IH.. s: I was two yoTs I'r ,w av a *eq
Cub MnW two Year. Ia the Phift- -The br a
ine,. and being sub)jt tSo CoM.f took t "" bEC.": "-~pEW+ w.
Dr. Kng'0s Nw DIscrWy tr Co- d we S u
sumpte whieh .pt a- In prfe 3. '..
health. And nw, r. Iw 3Mluplra 0I Oiu i~ ""'
we find it the best =4a1 I tr100 CMisn-- C...e .. G O~
world for coughs ad Tchds'broachi h- -- '
trouble a d all dt o .O ar- Ir . . .... .. , .-, .,
anteed at TydIlnus *' C's du.stoe. ..
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Keating's saloon Mr. Mongere baa
made some radical changes and im-
provements in the same and is build-
ing up the business at a rapid pae.
Mr. Mongere is of French parentage
and is a natural born caterer. He has
had nearly twenty years expertise as
steward, manager or proprietor of the
leading eating houses in the land. It
has not taken Mr. Mongere long to
demonstrate to the people of this sec-
tion that he is one of the best cooks.
(as he always stays right in the kit-
chen himself) and cafe managers who
ever dropped Into this burg. If you
haven't done so, drop into eating's place
-nd make the acquaintance of Charlie
A.Aongere. I

FREE WITH NOUR MEAL

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

BIG FORCE OF SALESMEN

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IOSquaw-weed.- uur knowledge o ithe
baes of not a few of our most valuable
native, medicinal plants was gained
from the Indians.
As made up by improved and exact
processes, and with the use of specially
deigned chemical apparatus, the "Fa-
vorite Prescription" is a most efficient
remedy for regulating all the womaniy
functions, correcting displacements, as
prolapsus, anteversion and retrcversion,
overcoming painful periods, toning up
the nerves and bringing about a perfect
state of health.


JNO. M. GRAHrAM.


MEN AND WOMEN
should have a medical book handy. They
should know about anatomy and physl-
ology. They should have a book that
treats of the sexological relations of the
sexes as well as how and when to advise
son and daughter. Has unequaled en-
dorsement of the press, ministry, legal and
medical professions. A standard work is
the People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, by R. V. Pierce, M. D. Send 31
one-cent stamps for the cloth-bound
book, or 21 stamps for the paper-oovered
volume. Address Doctor I. V. Pierce,
Buffalo. N. Y.


W. D. GRAHAM.


GRAHAM BROS.


MARION COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.


Land Titles Examined.


Abstracts Furnished.


Fire Insurance on City Buildings, Merchandise and Household, Effects

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European Plan, Rooms, one
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Center of City. Near all
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Mothers! |

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Health while they are young.






TRPADSE MAPLK -
s a great medicine for children. It keeps their lver active
in a mild gentle manner, you will see a healthy color appear
on their cheek'e, and iluless for them will be a thingof the past.
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To overcome the well-grounded and reasonable objections of the
More intelligent to the use nf secret, mewirna-l oappc.?,-di, Dr. R. V.
Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., some time ago, decided to make a bold de-
prture from the usual course pursued by the makers of put-up medi-
cins for domestic' use, and so has published broadcast and openly to the
whole world, a full and complete list of all the ingredients e.itering
Into the composition of his widely celebrated mpd~ines Thus he has
taken his numerous patrons and patients into his full confidence. Thus
too he has absolutely and completely removed his medicines from among
secret nostrums of doubtful merits, and made them Remedies of KaOmw
Cwirposiikm.
They ar now in a dass all by thimselve-belng absutey
and In every sense Non-secret.
By this bold step Dr. Pierce has shown that his formulas are of such
excellence that he is not afraid to subject them to the fullest scrutiny.
Bo many false formulas and maliciouss The exa~ proprtion of the several in-
Iatements concerning his miuicines gredients used in these medicines, as
had been published through the c. n- well as the working formula and pecul-
nivance of jealous competitors and dis- iar processes, apparatus and apphanDes
gruntled doctors, that Dr. Pierce deter- employed in their manufacture, me
mined to completely disaru his assaiil- withheld from publicity that Dr. Pierce's
ante by a full and frank statement of proprietary right may not be infringed
their exact composition, verifying the and trespassed upon by unprincipled
same under oath as complete and cor- imitators and those who may be pirati-
rect. This he has done and to the cally inclined.
complete discomfiture of those who bad Dr. John Fyfe, of Saugatuck, Coan.,
assailed his good useae as well as the Editor of the Department of Therapeu-
web-earned reputation of his world- tics in T1H ELECTmrC REviEw says of
famed medicines. Unicorn root (HeloniaJ Dioica) one of
Not only does the wrapper of every the chief ingredients of Dr. Pierce's Fa-
bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical vorite Prescription: "A remedy which
Discovery, the famous medicine for invariably act as a uterine invigorator
weak stomach, torpid liver or bilious- and always favors a condition which
ess and all catarrhal diseases wherever makes for normal activity of the entire
located, have printed upon it, in plai, reproductive system, cannot fail to be
Jkmnish, a full and complete list of all of great usefulness and of the utmost
the ingredients composing it, but a importance to the general practitioner
small book has been compiled from of medicine."
numerous standard medical works, of "Helonias more fully answers the
all the different schools of practice, above purpose than any other drug
on9aining very numerous extracts from with which I am acquainted. In the
the writings of leading practitioners treatment of diseases peculiar to women
of medicine, endorsing in the strongest it is seldom that a case is seen which
poMsibk 4em, each and every Ingred- does not present some indication for
lent contained in Dr. Pierce's medi- this remedial agent."
einee. One of these little books will be n"Th following are among the lead-
mailed free to any one sending address n indications for Heonias: Pain or
on postal card or by letter, to Dr. R. V. cing in the back, with lencorrhea;
Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y., and requesting atonic (weak) conditions of the repro-
the same. From thia b,,klt t it ill e ductive organs of women, mental de-
learned that Dr. Pierce's l ledicia co0- i pression and irritability, associated with
tain no alcohol, narcotics, mineral I chronic diseases of the reproductive
agent, or other poisonous or injurious organs of women, constant sensation of
agents and that they are made from heat in the region of the kidneys: menor-
native, medicinal roots of great value; rhagia, ("flooding") due to a weakened
also that some of the most valuable in- condion of the reproductive system;
gredients contained Iu Dr. Pierce s Fa- amenorrhea, arriving from or accompa-
vorite Prescripuon for weak, nervous, nying an abnormal condition of the
over-worked, run-down," nervous and digestive organs and an anemic (thin
debilitated women, were employed, long blood) habit; dragging sensations in the
ymar ago by the Indians for similar extreme lower part of the abdomen."
ailments ting their squaws. In If more or less of the above symptoms
fact, one of the most valuable medic- are present, no invalid women can do bet-
inal plants entering into the composi- ter than take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
tion of Dr. Pierce a Favorite Prescrip- scriptlon, which Is rich In all the medicinal
tion was known to the Indians as properties of Unicorn root or Helounil.
u qi aW **eeU ... uu nwIeg oi


THR HUMAN


BRrATH MUST NOT D]FILE
THE BACBRIIC.L


seed oil, resting on top of an unstained
wooden stick perhaps three feet high,
which In turn is fitted erect on a more
substantial stand. As these become
lighted one after another at equal dis-
tances along both sides of the room you
follow up the narrow strip of reed
mattings which cover the center of the
bare floor. Toward the rear end there
rise one behind and higher than the
other some four or five altars of nar-
row, plain wooden tables. And yon-
der, high up on the top of the last of
these steps, behind some fresh cut
branches of evergreens--what, can
these be reflecting lights? Ab, it Is the
traditional mirror!
"Lo," said the Goddess of Sun to her
regal representative to the nether
world as he was taking leave of the
celestial court, "I give thee this mirror,
this precious stone and this sword that
ye may look up in the evening and
morning into this mirror, even as unto
me, and see that there is no blemish
in the discharge of thy grave duty, and
this Jewel that," etc. And the divine
ancestor of our revered emperor de-
scended to the Island of Japan. So
says the tradition.
You can well Imagine what a hal-
lowing association arises within him as
a Japanese stands reverently looking
up into a disk of mirror shining forth
through green foliage of sakaki, which
is the symbol of sanctity. Once, there-
fore, you enter into the spirit of the
place you will feel its very simplicity
and plainness become pregnant with
air of strange sweetness. Of elabo-
rate candle frames of gold and silver
there are none, nor the heavy smokes
of incense. But the soft fragrance as it
waves out uncertainly from pillars and
posts and floorings of unstained cedar,
smoothed and polished under skillful
slide of joiner's plane until they shine
out of their own beauty, more beauti-
ful than hard coats of paints and var-
nish-how agreeable! And as you watch
those ancient lamps burn in serene
steadiness you imagine you are stand-
ing in tfie hovering presence of tnseen
gods.
But here comes the master officer.
with strange hat and In strange cos-
tume. He proceeds to the altar in
measured steps, and there follow after
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IHow the Mikado

Gives Thanks

by &.. T TAAHASL

A 4 o'clock in the dusk of early
morning of Oct. 17 in the im-
perial shrine begin to flicker
candeiht pure and fresh
just snatched from a concussion of
flint and Iron. This the place where
presently the emperor, holding the sa-
ered scepter of justice over 40,000,000
souls, the mikado of groat Nippon.
comes to oficiate in person at the time
honored ceremony of the Japanese
thanksgiving.
You are accustomed to associate gor-
geousness with all that is oriental, and
I am afraid you will hardly believe
that in the farthest east a pure simplic-
ity is the emblem of sanctity. Indeed,
In this sanctum sanctorum of Japan
there Is nothing to excite your earthly
notion of magnificence. It is only a rec-
tangular room of no extraordinary size
under a thatched roof of rice straws,
situated off the Innermost wing of the
imperial palace. After passing through
balls and corridors, where the pictur-
esque arts of Japan greet you every-
where, the contrast is strange, as you
enter this little shrine, with plain wood-
eu floor and walls and ceilings, shorn
of any ornaments.
But stay awhile. There come In the
assistant officers of ceremony, in short
gowns and broad trousers, both of
white, and wearing square pieces of
stainless fabric over their noses and
mouth that the human breath may not
defile the articles of sacrifice. They go
*bout transferring their candlelight
to lamps of old, old fashion, which you
often see in pictures of ancient Greece.
with a few lines of their wicks swim-
ming in a small. plain earthen basin of


nt Cad 4wr 0 CI Mgr u-Pr Am-m."
Its Vitallsed Medicinal Food ProPr
tiu are Very Quickly RAl .
In Brlnging Healthy Color te th
Cheeks of the Pale and Sallow.
In Producing Strength to the W.seka
the Feeble and the Invalid.
In Toning up the System of Coevaleso
cents from Exhausting Diseases.
In Cleansing the Entire system.
In Nourishing the Wornout.
In Rounding Out the Thin. Peaked
Paces of Children.
In Building up on their Little Bodlee
the Deslrable Pink and White Flesh, and
In Dotting their cheeks with the Pretty
Color and Dimples that make Mother's
Heart Glad.
o2oMULBION
It an &atidoe fot all Diseases Caused by
Jxposure to Cold a8d Wet.
To prove Its Medicinal blood Merlts a
Trial Bottle Free by Mall
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greatness 09Iea(ven and heaven msad
ancestors, Ai ow o on thai'g for4
the unerring return of the joyful sea-
mon of harvest and plenty, and rises
higher. Invoking their undtiiptl hed aid
and protection that the Imperial house
may reign order the loyal people and re-
joice with them In the goodness of di-
vine power into eternity. The end ts
reached, and with an Impressive clap
of hand, twice repeated, he ,als the
prayer, and the imperial figure moves
out in the same august stateliness.
The sun is up. and as Its first rays
strike the royal chrysanthemums, em-
broidered in gold. against the purple
ground flapping over the Imperial gate-
way the whole of Japan awakes in joy.
-Montreal Star.

SIXTY DAY THANKSGIVING.
Upeetacalar Feter of the Wine Drem-
ere o Vevay.
"Our Thanksgiving day?" said the
Frenchman. "We don't call any of our
fetes by that name, but we might as
well. The fluest 'Thanksgiving day'
celebration I ever saw took place at
Veiay in l*_%. It was organized by
wine dressers, and the magnificent
pageant lasted sixty days. The idea
of the fete was to reproduce all the
familiar objects and phases of local
life and work.
"The festival was opened by a great
chorus singing the national hymn. The
abbot delivered an impressive speech.
Ballets were danced in the great mar-
ket square-a ballet of the reapers, a
ballet of the grape pickers, a ballet of
the Fauns and Bacchantes, a ballet
of the spring and a dance of Ceres and
Pallas. Floats, exquisitely decorated,
represented the dairy Industry, the
miller's work, the grape picking and
wine making, spring and autumn. Mj3-
sic, color anu grace marked this glori-
flcatioun of agriculture, labor and pa-
triotism. It all meant the same thing
as your Thanksgiving day." New
York Times.

Johnny's Afterthought.
There's one thing I'm more thankful for
since Th-nksgiling is past-
And I expect: they's other boys that's
jest as glad as me-
And that is, though I "gobbled" lots and
got "stuffed" full and fast,
'Bout like a turkey, no one cooked or
carved or et me. See?
-Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.

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at Keating's Cafe.

THE FAMILY LOVE FEAST.
It Resulted In Stralmed Relatiomn
and Hysterical Sob.
"Now," said dear old Grandpa Smith-
kins, "we are a family that sort Uv
keeps in touch with our relations, and
ylt we never seem to really git to-
gether. Here we are all alone In this
treat big homestead. What do you say,
mother, to-us having a big sociable
family reunion and love feast Thanks-
giving dinner? We'll Invite all our re-
lations, old and young. What do you
say to that ?"
Grandma Smithkins' cheerful face
fairly beamed. "It will be the very
thing!" she said enthusiastically.
So the big table was- set with forty
covers. All the male and female
Smithkinses, cousins, uncles, aunts and
nephews, sent fraternal acceptance of
the invitation, and for a week Grandpa
and Grandma Smithkins kept their
servants working overtime.
Thanksgiving came, and so did the
relatives-Just In time for dinner.
Grandma and Grandpa Smlthkina hug-
ged and kissed everybody, and dinner
was announced.
Uncle George was placed next to
Cousin Charley, who had borrowed $50
of his uncle and had never returned it.
Aunt Emma was placed next to Cous-
in Fanny. The latter had married Into
a family Aunt Emma considered be-
neath her.
Brother-in law Hardupp Smithkins
sat beside Uncle Gottmcaey Smithkins,
who had foreclosed a mortgage on
Hardupp.
Aunt Caroline and Aunt Jane were
close together. They always quarreled
on woman's rights.
Uncle Abner and Uncle John were
respectively tariff revisionist and "stand
patter."
Cousin Mdry and Cousin Matilda
were placed side by side. They had
had a property division quarrel ten
years before that still existed in a law-
suit.
Uncle Mumford and Nephew Henry
were table neighbors. Uncle Mumford
had allowed Nephew Henry's note to
go to protest.
Even the American boys who regard-
ed face washing as a task rather than
a pleasure were sandwiched between
Aunt Stuckupp Smithklins' eight Faun-
tieroy dressed sons.
Finally Uncle Bill, whom everybody
thought was in Jail and who had not
been invited, came in intoxicated and
made a few remarks apropos of those
present and their failings and in about
five minutes-

"Well," said dear old Grandpa Smith-
kins as he viewed the wrecked dining
room, "talk about strained relations!
Uncle Gottmoney's collar bone is bro-
ken and"- But the hysterical sobbin-
of Grandma Smithkins a% she gazed on
the havoc wrought broke off his train
'if unpleasant thought. New York
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