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OCALA 4II3A. MM.
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And the inte
on the increi
and and coi
Come to t
those whose milk product it is pro- dragt. PabI&V WeaU y a
y o u r ed to sell i the city imits and se I" so e 0 a No 4t, ,-j
y o u r the ordinance goe only so far as.is ust ere a bel
reasonably noce ws, to prevent te ..C
milk of diseased cows betigi sold 1010S WI% Al
m eans wtbln the city. The ordinance bas rK T
extra territorial operation and so ef -
fort to gtve It such effect." TO ers- Me i, aD. LC-lrM`g A "i
else the priviege in the ifty the City mLl -- sa her atr
regulations must be compiled wit, -W a .bo Wipa, we m
you. the ordinary pecautions o protest the. t... d.t t.er t .
you health of i6 estiaena, and In doafin 8 se" -pt It of -. zOh kM of of
this a part of the performance of t e "Mat---a ai w y h "M
acts to ascertain quaalleattas *- It .
done out of the city Itanda I t$ j
neceasity mueet be by tar party wieo VAN- boi I
deatres to exzedi each right i the CI. mLg Ori R q et q,
city. If the perna who wanted to dp
sel was In one town with e cow
he would have to comply with the M i bW tl ,
rmulatioas of the city ordinc s am* .l.-
order to sell, white his a n hbr w I 0''.f
lives Just a few' feat out 6 twa w'e sthl
come in and be exempt ftoSa suck1F
resulatioMs, It ad iitnlu' __ s
All the onestions h aid in te am&aA -rfli 2 1 a
s the pp~l Jud iat is t l ,,T0 4 t e
h y-a Re ..t ..a st-t at i. lb,
thle ftr eat a iftl mbmusm l.
thi sase War..es.. w ened-
rty-toOame 'Ion-at e
Rot, for a wit at o dbees "pea .la or 1 Wnqe ad a
an the.r use aman to, be arend Oa ~t TOW W eS & ". .
wi the ret it a oteW. c. MotWas easdmf t he. MO ft -a ,
ande ht osami ntvings tbh ae1 1w t thl. ir jit
tre ator ie of t he P ,eve 0 s e
adjudged gtoHty and @e aty- iM s1s J h mW A1 "s.I
Mayor ofh ca ity. 2m ge _as das_ Saw bowsp iAto lowas i
Uesbuto c ontends a t thekWInW. w isf "a etwhat. 1 itr"
tvoeti d ow ac nditaeal a" -a tSU kA 9f I 0 at Drs Ort ab t
terrttoreinr o the nt a"lt t u I bWrPress sad It
power of the city tor mett. hedr 4 di alvatt- .
teation Is that it i s tta viresA 0 Is, U s es t, '.f. Al'
true bot oastend that h lr k .w .v dtt"; nW N *- '*'ifiagri
uncorstitoutmioal ti e atteptl gd tom tb4M f 's 'm B s
rl aasan a persono Do ts aseuit t i A tan -0A
power o th it to Not1 VM BTA9 g ;
whrrest is heaThe ordinance Ias ao a=C mea Tsa
there aremf, t ue teat test of it i h l. rMutw*.t e.. a ft-
Ise and .-sterritorial In effet aeas
the letter of the ordinance. The -
section make t unl awftl Wtor &rW he- nt Wyvv- *r g lt"
1 nilk dealer to sell any mik or dairy e ft i4
Products. Unlss saido mlk or das "WI a I"cn. l"- ""t pdi
happy to a ndr m e o mir .' oS d.. W a
products shan be labeled Certl fert in.W4 D,,a 11-. tat Its 5 ',
under the provisions of the ordinance. WiInit, the brigtint b i
The 8th section of the odlUaSnce 'r re U fMtais n to Hr* S--
ent^ lre tat denlm In *il k n Ihave n -wYay S In M at Vm
L the cowe Inspected and ateated t his naeter bebla & nuffto Higagag
last on/ each year by the dcty hi He A the sa o a aSur*rg 1t ," I .i
spector of Milks and Meets." wTbe 14th t pro ia WaV ea *" ,w Iei&
section re te the ow a l N Iaher H. 14. mer2q 4 -T- 9EPOW
~rgoods~~ f stock to pay tor the tubeute.a ftr pet the alphabet wbe 11 e t 'S
r goods -- --.- -
S testing Cows nd A Mw a a to Wa- and at as t a eol Jibe
the hire of the city inspector.." d t. .. i
It wln be seen that by tha i1 'At 9 he had learned S ea *3
nance that hn oMe cn oma r- wn* e- a C "hO NIC "W ot mi
for the production ao "mik at amd ry p
products for the city of Oealyn. which aA atede f1b h q i m. 1.
has not beeh Inspected by the iday Ia tdIsoto taboe L
In the case of Minnesota va. el-
soe 34 In A. o18the city erd1me .,YA
equlred o onas who desired e & *" m 2the y
afr n A toran atlitsiL to wd m vr *n
he t w" savr --su r s
Sapector to eand teo comply with the L'at3tin. e Ia
ordinance, he cold noat e permit pre t rlliB
for a lense tieore he d to a hereater eea
mit and not only submit, but request a4 t the cMMttae 5g
that his stock be tested ti see qt they -5B~, has is. Way ah1'
T It is not practicable to have diry ties of Porto Bio bay um hac '
herds in a town. If an inspeic.a .said to be naa ac *- i" -
must take place, It must take pince hol, were betag atpweI to ilte
where the herd is found, and usually Staes. Mr. Pay.e at'
IIN 4beyond the iMmits. or the town.. .. Rnd a biMl lapiag i sg
case, a bare inspection of the "prod- the Porto Ricia lqrletuf had r*eied
anc t he t c," i s not safS'eent test uuoed a tax OR. aleaobel e Ve Ne e Uti
DN" to discover the presence of thbe diseaae iteoid. Mrt mmnl Immeatel
ermits and of necessity the santal oaCnled the beiL The Per. Ule
must be inspected te the gtong out legislature Just as ay e
of town must be don te o inspect the the tax from bay rai.
cows. The burden does not rest on
pthe defendant unessa he want to es- WfhE MPo UCITR bR w- n W --
joy its betielts, the right to sel In wll Wafr, pat Ie tte, t. At .
the town r s and in order to secure thias tci? b'7i B.aivr
right. his cows must be examined. The at Gettyabinng, ls: *The m ggg
extra territorial point was passed on mect8 3tt7 bane a t
usby the Supreme Court of Minnestta kePe e tnp on toein gr iJOS
t th ie herd pols ndcase, and the
beysaiond there was no merit the con- V a tb hestM A
health and erwelfa points h-iriea &&a tax ssom Memonan dWMW in do
dto recent impure mik coming nin.n'United sat
indication and have the cow inapects agtili, W>t as -eR n M T"" v
ed, it not appeariag who paid the ex- at At 1
pese, and in this case no tormal re- ths ortohe ]NO e b e aC
queat is nec" sary. but the -ae per- 1hi o w Ad n is, as
son, to wit the City Inspector, motthe disIne s aa 10 P'j" F
make the test and then .bis i cert- 1lveall Poera h. t
fled and it seems no other matter is
fleeded to permit such malee, apd them ?A PWi l&UA^i'y ?'
a license Is Ieued upon the payment ........ .
of the owcense tee. The courtsp held the aULf w ra ild talk ON"
Minneapolis case to be a reaanaable aheeit tie 0 ret steJi*Or
1pole regulation. It wl be noticed -
that the "Inspection of dairy and dairy- e v all the trMble, y r
fr by this ordinance apples only to te that my
*-- --A I- ---U-er t -.-s Puffter. or ravens. -4, %- -a;VkI~
C. L. IMTnINER A CO.
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll
Proprietors and Publisher.m
C. L. BITTINGER,
Editor and General Mamager
R. I. CARROLL,
City Editor and Business MM gr
BISHOP GRAY AT GRACE CHURCH
'Ther were great doings at Grace
Episcopal church Sunday morning.
The bihobp was there and besides de-
livering a strong sermon on the man-
Istry,. he confirmed a class of i1. .
Bishop Gray's sermon was founded
on the words of the Bible sad was
an unanswerable plea for the subject
he discussed. Of course, in this dis-
course he contended Christ cbtme his
disciples. They in turn chose their
succesAors or bishops and It has
continued down to the present day.
with the Eplscopal church. 1e spoke
of the efforts of the Splscopal church
to bring about a unity of an churches
along these lines, and while the for-
mation of sentiment toward this end
was slow and the movPment amoet
Imperceptible, yet he believe it was
His Impressive sermon was listened
to with the deepest interest. After
the sermon the following persopf were
confirmed: Mrs. C. H. ULoyd, Miss
Hope Rhbinson, Miss Byrd Wartmana.
Miss Haset Campbell, MMi Veda
Campbe:! and Mr. Hibbert Weathers.
Bishop Gray In his opening remarks
referred with pleasure 'to the" im-
pfvementi made in fte cLncA = and
said It showed a unity and purpose
that was most commendable and
while he regretted the organ wa. not
quite ready for se, It could not be,
8Msewhere in these columns will be
found the opinion of Judge W. Bul-
Ioc"r on the constitutionality of the
city milk ordinance, growing out of
the, arrest of Mr. Roller, who lives
outside the city and who refused to
comply with said ordinance. The
opinion Is a very important one, as
we are all Interested In the sanitary
features of the same. We not only
publish this document, but hope every
reader of the Star will read It.
Hon. Henry W. Long, of Martel, left
today for Miaml, to attend the annual
conference of the Methodist church.
which convenes in the Magic City on
Wednesday of this week. Mr. Long
is. an Important personage at these
conferences, being one of the dollars
of the church in one of itso mot im-
portant communities. He has been
attending the annual gatherings for
over half a century.
Editor Tharp. of Lakeland. having
sent in his resignation as editor of
the Baptist Witness, the question now
agitating the Baptists of the state is
what disposition to make of the as-
sociatioh's publication; whether the
convention shall take hold of It end
move it to Lake City. making Dr.
Nunnally editor, or turn it over to
some individual and let him run it.
That printer's Ink. when judleially
distributed brings results it emphat-
ically demonstrated by the mill-end
sale at the Globe. The goods are there
and the prices are right. This is
shown In so satisfactorily a manner
that It obly remains for the salesmen
to show the goods. Mr. Goldman, one
of the proprietors of the Globe, la a
Lakeland will hold a county fair
for Polk cquntflJanuarr 14th. and for
said prpom Mtlitor H~aerlngto se-
cured $1Wfrom the bdrd of county
commissioners of Polk to be applied
to premiums. The move is a good
one and we trust the fair will be a
The Red Cross holiday stamps are
now on sale at the drugstores and the
Ocala News Co. We appeal especial-
ly to our merchants and other busi-
ness men to use these stamps on their
Christmas mall. The proceeds are' to
be used entirely in Florida for the
prevention and spread of tuberculosis.
It is a matter of personal interest to
Mr. C. E. Herrick of Crystal River.
general manager of the Dixon pencil
mills at that place, was In town yes-
terday and last night, a guest of the
(cala House. Mr. Herrick is delight-
ed with his new and palatial yacht.
which he brought down from New
York City. He had a delightful in-
side passage and enjoyed every day
of the trip.
Pastor R. H. Barnett of the Meth-
odist church. Presiding Elder F. R.
Bridges and Gen. H. W. Long left to-
day for Miami to attend the annual
conference of the M. E. church. South.
Mr. J. P. Phillips was to have gone.
but his foot was so sore from his re-
cent accident that he gave up the trip.
Mr. Bridges' family accompanied him
Ai far as Jacksonville, where they
will visit friends.
Without a doubt Frank Gadson's
Bazaar Store is selling the best man's
shirt for 25 cents that this city ever
saw. Similar shirts in different
places have been sold all the way up
to $2.50 each. Examine them, the
goods, workmanship, finish, buttons.
and every fine point is exactly as
good as the ordinary $1.25 shirt. You
have got to visit the up-stairs de-
partment to get them. Every one
who goes there, takes from four to
twelve .of these shirts. 12-14-tf
THE HOWARD ORAnHes
I am sew beoking Mdre for Chritt-
es ship mets. Priss .p
s boxes (s ^ tangerines aMd
graperuit), .mA por box; half er-
a&eg and half o raefru, 2 per
box; ermngms alno (ripe ful-lmaored
fruit), 2. per hex. P. 00.IL Aeras-
dsble, la. No dipmats made before
09.Bth't 0S. M. KOWARD.
*i A A IN Phone lEN *
80 BARGAINS IN PRESENTwU
We have a fine lot of bolMday o"d
and as we are not going to continue
handling the line, wil offer them at
actual cost. The goode embrace many
articles, mostly appropriate for pres-
eants. such as abavig sets, comb sad
brush sets, mirrors, military brushes,
fancy box statloery. etc. Lood tbem
over and get something nice at cost.
12-3 The Corner Drugstore.
The.e is ethig better than usg-
aSine for a Chris-tmas p1esst; ladk
all the yewr; ad the Oeala News Cs.
is Ittee'em ,el. r e. Cei..s n.
get prices. See the fair, and buy yewr
hereday gode at the aine time, Glad
to have y oetme whether you buy er
The hunter can And all he needs In
our store. 'Shoups. double and
single-barrel, rtfleb, ammunition of al
kinds, legssngs, posts. hunting knives,
Amp eotatoe, dog collars and muades,
etc. The Marion Hardware Com-
Nothing las-mee saeeptabie thsm- a
good box of Lae Weir fruit. We at-
tend o ip W-mest for e.nd can
AillfiiuB *i M r *d d at the
followlang priee-eal.et1ed F
Oranges, per box ........
G rpetult. per be9. .... 3.M
%= Mt dt MW- oranges.. LOO
Mall your orders to WOODMAR
NUlAna.x c 00, take. Fla.; or,
P. 0. Bo K7, Ocala, Fla.
Gold and Set Rings .$
Watches, any price.
Neekloae ... ... ...
Leao ts ... ... .....
Vest Chains ... .....
Charm ... .... ....
Sleeve estm ....
Breochse ... .... ...
"re5eets ... .. o..
Stick or Searf Pmin ..
rebe ....... .....
Beauty Pins, pair ...
Guard Chains ... .
tar Kneem .........
8tuds ... ..... .....
'T6a (U-i .. ..
Waist Sets ... ... ..
"at Pies ........
Cellar Auneters .
veil Pi .. .. .
Belt Pine er *- I kles
Emblem Cane ....
donL^_ ... ...... ..
140 to $100su
1.50 to 25
2an0 to "5
IJO to 40M
.S to 50
1I to 75A
.5 to 20-
1 to 2MO
is to SM
2s0to a U
IN to 7.60
. to 10i
S to' Lao
IJO to 1U.
a to 10.
J to 9AS
.5 to Lo
Gold and Silver Thimbes.
Waterman Ideal Pens 2.3 to
Gel and Silver Peek-
et Knives ..... ... 125 to
Gold and Silver Cigar Cutters.
Silver Comb, Brush and Mirrer
Silver Matok BexMe.
Silver Whisk Brokmm
Silver Clethus Brusiem s.
silver Pen lks
Silver Nail Files,
Silver M leNure Slasers .
slver Stamp -seoes,
Silver Baby Rattles.
Silver Child's Kaife, Fork and I
Silver PeelIt Pen.ils,
Silver Embrnidery Scisoers.
Silver Shoee Her
Silver Traveling Cu.
Silver B e Ben Boxes.
Silver Paper Knives.
Silver Taloum Jars.
Silver Tooth Powder Jars.
Silver Toeth Brush Jars.
Silver Curling Tengs.
Silver JPapr Knives.
Silver Ash Trays.
Sive.r Jewel Trays.
Silver Key Ringe.
Silver Tooth Brushes.
Silve- Military Brushes.
Silver Book Marks.
Silver Tea Strainers.
Silver Tap ,Lijne.
Sqiver Back and Side Combs.
,a n ic Cdalom
The midnight A. C. L1 train did not
reach Ocala until 7 o'clock this morn-
ing from the south. Down the road
the pistol rod on one side broke and
the train was rme somdssntlea tweew an
r. P. Gadee' Bassar Store has
the second floor;ot the stare arranged
into one grand department oft bar-
galm. In this department are several
thousand dollar worth of merchas.
dime, both a btapie ad tweyr. For In-
stance there L SIMN Worth of shirt
alone, at the job eost piLe. [ A
shirtwaists skirts, all kinds of -
tions, toys and 4ancy goods, -grst
bargains picked u- here amd thr In
New York City by Frank Gardes
paid tor In cash and will be e at
prices heretofore unheard o. Thi.
large stock of goods was bought thIt
fall for the jobbing trade, sm the
country merchants, but the Basar
Store has decided to threw theA Ore
lot on the market at retail. Dd't ts
to visit our second floor store sad be
convinced of the baa&saftea. TMThere
is nearly everything that yOe wOl
need, either, for regular *e or blay
trade. Among the goods is mveral
hundred dollars worth ot frewera.
THW P#'& J4 WIO B,
1-7-dw tf PFran k edai, Prop.
A NEW RECORD MADt
Madison Square Gardee. N. T, Dee.
1.-Floyd MacFarland, the veteran.
bicycle raer of Calforuni, woe thb
sixteenth InterP-tiio sixday race
for the team of Macaariend ant
Moran at Madison Square Gataig last
night and set a new distaios record.
The final sprint of a mile was be-
tween representatives of three team
which were on equal terms The teams
which took part in the final ddh
covered 2.737 miles, one lap, In 143
hours, which is three miles, seMvn la
ahead of the record Set by Mi and
Waller In 18S.
ETHICS OF CANNIBALISM
Capt. onadordBaccar., of the nal-
Ian Army, has just published book
which hase horrified the m-llodd-fe /
of Europe, for It contains a brigant
defense of cannibalism. Cpt abe-.
earl knows his cannibals wel, for he
lived among them-lucky mar ml-
a long time, in the heart of the Con-
go, and It is reamuring to have his
guarantee that the tribes which feed
on human flesh are the gentlest and
most timid of the African peoples.
He tells us that our efforts to make
these black men see the horror of
their anthropophagoua diet predute
exactly the same effect upon them that
is produced upon us meat-eatersh br
the efforts of vegetarians to show as
the horror of a diet of chlkem wigs
and beefateaks. And he adds the
sage reark that the killing of a
chicken or a steer is attended with
no danger, while the, int after a
man. full as It is of perils aad emUte
ment, lends to the desh of the vctim
a moral savor which every ardent
sportsman will understand.
The gourmets of the Cengo anssure
CaptL Bacarl that the fle of I
men was Inipid watery a of peeC
flavor." Perhaps that la why be lved
to write the tale.
These cannibatls never aow the -
women to eat human Seh. So e e
in Darkest Afrca doew the tyra ma
keep an the beat things et Uf o -
him wives and from his deigb- *
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TWeNT-W U OLLAasM wA
Omaa. ViU.. Des. I. 18t
Ina Your valmM. 0 to ano
allied "'Ose ofO the fleal. appeal
ingAim the BainihL
The writer ret very much tt
anyone abould bav been p fa---- y
the wort lemd. man It ai ss am
Intention to emil eamte. -
was not uat toU s.1Is -an, saw
ig. but i the 'revalet l- Ia
that every time ays ake a 'w
talk about liberty ad ta" eW, t.-
tion. Ia It taking ay m*I I1 e
you to ask you to pwi0 r B-
product, or that ym bhDed p ye
town. city O county? I gg -t;
nor do you or m" an Wo sle km s
The olnowiac Upt t e 1w
an idea tof what mesy Sat at Mie
wil accomplish 6" what -MN eA
"Teon yn age a ftamer utJ4ihs-
Itals on % d lar bL T eot.. 4.
be went to the mearms town .
aSpeat It with a merchant. OdS ha
year was out be get thie it.
back. Flor tmes 1 stu yesil
dollar came back to h m tor Iaaa
and three tme ashe earn it la the
pockets # his aelacra.
-rbe laet time ge ot It bML fb,
years ago, he met Ito le-,l Bmie
bouse. He never has om tathe Al-
lar sme- ind eveY w-l. 'ThalI
bill will never py eay aoiw ehAet
tax for him, will never buit er lowht-
en any at. hl.' bmi the ~ 6bm
ity. ne pempt A :Oetm,44 the
drcle of. fthleem to hMOOa-t MjLA
bIahbon Theo be sea 4#4ep&dIftr
S"Patrouaisae yoour lod c I wI
:helps you a pay t ret,_ su orto
,yaw seheale a" ebmoim& 4 i U"
a lellpag hinadI S t- tW sof -dblW'
You ask why m0e6haats eo .arth to
buy their goods, also why they phoul
act as envoy when a 3-cent selp
will serve the same purpose? a re-
ply will amy the merchant 'o to the
northern markets to maue their selee*
tons so as to be able to oer the pub-
le the very latest weaves at the low-
I will live ts to ay criuta In-
stitution if I cannot dupiloate and see
you for less monay any article adtBr-
lined by any mall-order house. in my
My first article was not intended as
a command, but a a amhple and Jumt
request that you patroanhe home tn-
dustries. Truetng that this wil cleem
any further dlacummsee, I begl to e-
maln.. Very truly,.
"Meet Me Pace to PhEpe.".
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A#LWAYS m~uins L. L40N 4W OWW6R
WE AME t416T.RS@U~ @ OL7TAW
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OCALA EVADOM 00% 0iAtt -
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2 K i"R-. I VOR
Grand Voting Contest-Two $400
Pianos to be given away.
The Star has put on the Greatest Voting Contest and
Free Prize Offer that the county has ever known.
We will give. absolutely free, on February 1st, two
Magnificent $400 Pianos to the two girls or ladies, married
or single, receiving the greatest mnnmher of votes in this
contest of energy and popularity.
The Star has a Contract with the A. R. HARPER PIANO CO, of
Jackaonville, to purchase from them two of their style M. Harvard Upright
Pianos, of the following descrlptlo: Cabinet Grand. 7 1.3 octaves, three
pedals, ivory keys, full iron plate, triple unslaos, repeating action. nickel
action brackets, tuning olna and eased hammer ra, gridueting pedals
Including soft stop gr practice pedal, nickel pedals, copper-wound base
strings; ease is of Colonial design, with tualiswlng mmao desk with hand-
carved ornaments, rolling fall board, continuov hinge, double trusses with
handsome capitals; height 4 feet, $ inches; length 6 feet. 2 Inches: width
2 feet, 3I nches; with your choice of mahogany, walnut or oak, hardwood
back. The Harvard Is the most popular and the greatest seller made by ,
the John Church Company, one of the oldest and best known piano houses
In the world. The instruments are high-class In every respect, sweet-
tned, very handsome In appearance, contain the best workmanship and n.a-
terial obtainable, and are fully guaranteed. They will be on exhibition In
this city later on in the contest.
How to Et- the Contet
The Voting Contest will be/ conducted as follows: Every girl or nmar-
rted lady who resides in Ocala or receives -her rIall from this postoface
will be eligible to enter the .contest In the Ocala Distrlct. very girl,
. young lady or married lady rehlding outside of the 6caia District, but
within Marion, Sumter or Citrue counties, will be eligible to enter the
contest in the country district. Fill out or have a friend fill out and bring
or send to the Star office, one of the Nominating Blanks. found In the
paper, which places you in nomination and gives you L068 complimentary
votes, and can not be used again during the contest.
How Votes Are Secnred
Each issue of the Star will contain a coupon, which is
good for five votes. For each subscription paid the follow.
ing votes will be issued:
The object of every newspaper In putting on a contest, where some*
thing of value is to be given away, Is to increase Its subscription Iot
"get more circulation." The Star is no exception to this rule, and In offers
Inc to give the people of Ocala and Marion county the opportunity of
winning two $400 Pianos for some work and effort on their part, our ob-
ject is to get more subscribers. With this end In view we will offer the
following most liberal allowance for votes in the Free Piano Contest, for
clubs of new subscribers. Any one person, or through the help
of their friends, sending us In at bne time or all put together, during
the life of the contest, the following clubs of subscribers, will be allowed
the specified number of votes. A subscriber taking and paying for the
paper for several years, will be counted as a subscriber for each year: for
Instance, one paying fve years In advance, will receive, on the We.kly Star,
3,90 votes, and, as though he were fve new subscribers, 900 additional
votes, etc., etc. Any one securing a number of subscribers, between the
numbers estimated in the following, will be prorated on the same scale of
increase. The total of young vote allowance, at the closing day of the com-
test, on clubbing, will be estimated, aad all that is coming to you, on the
final count, for subscriptions sent la, will be agaured up and allowed, as
though all were sent in at onee. Wkwant subecrIbers; naw "eJ what you
can do. The allowance for advertising and Job printing votes remains the
same, 100 votes for each dollar spent with us.
$.05, one copy of paper ...................
.50, one months sub oription ..............
1.25, three months Bubscription.............
2.50, six months u...............
5.00. one years subecriti ....i------.
10.00, two yearly subecrfptons ...... .....
(Net* increase in votes given f number of subscriptions paid in advance.)
3 25.00 Five Yearly Subscriptions ................................. 20,00
50.00 Ten Yearly Subscriptins .................................. 509,09
. 100.00 Twenty Yearly Subscriptions ...... ...... ...... ...........150,000
fTlu Deily'p Grand Pris.)
NEW eubscribers, payng a year in advance, will re-
ceivean additional 1000 votes.
Subscribers who are in arrears, paying up receive the
same number of votes that renewals do.
$ .50, six months subscription----------- -- 100 votes
years subscription --..........
I yearly subscriptions ...............
three yearly subscriptions..............
four yearly subscriptions -- ........
five yearly subscriptions ........ ...
$ 10.00 Ten Yearly Subscriptions ................................ 10,000
25.00 Twenty-five Yearly Subscriptions ......... ......... ....... 30,00
50.00 Fifty Yearly Subscriptions ...... .................. ...... ,65.,0M
100.00 One Hundred Yearly Subscriptions ...... ........ ..........150,000
(The Weekly's Grand Prise.)
For each NEW Weekly subscriber, in addition to the
above regular votes. 300 extra votes.
Subscriptions that are in arrears, paid up count the
same as renewal.
FOR PRINTING OR ADVERTISING
100 vote will be given for each dollar paid into this
office tor printing or advertising, whether for current or
The Contest will be conducted fairly and equally. The persons receiv-
Ing the greatest number of votes in. the two districts will receive the
Pianos. No votes will be sold at this office for less than the prices above
scheduled. No employee or attache of this office will be allowed to vote
or In any way participate in the contest. Judges will be appointed, who
will count the votes at regular intervals, and announce the standing of the
different candidates, These judges will Pee that every candidate gets a fair
deal. It is desired, at least while the contest I in the early stages, that
votes be sent In daily.
Strictly a Home Proposition
This contest is strictly a home propositIon. It Is put on and conducted
by the Star and no foreign company has anything to do with it. The
Star simply buys the Pianos and gives them to you-if you are the lucky
The contest will continue for three months, closing
F LORs PA
I .wiM~rr m 6AI-VUL,
Quincy. D. I&-The orida o-
catlonal Aioetoeu wets in alas-
vile Damber -h at S p. a. a.th
prospeeM- are brt for eao *' the
la-et *Undan la the hlsnBue
th 4~ sheAneth
tho ili i the m"N imU,
offered excellent rates, te hstl aae
Tehet atrde ouhe h 4e-
have omedtab 111aP.
road rates wheh aat to emea ftera
plus 2S cents for the "o.d trta
Tikte are Om sale Deoeomber SWth
11th and 1th. with fnasl at Jam. 2.
Thee tickets are on aae pt a l ig-
ular ticket oaes and e sry asvst
the state hbarmeiuled relae C
Passing O Mo mer oml .a
aremy ad ar. the grnmt emseh
cold remedy that ms--S Io mot ob
stinate oough ansd bheai the la
COTHJR WAV AMOUT
An Amerime.@mtlsi wl hMorgy
an E Nehepm ebsa
New York, Dee. 13--Aecordlg to
en receive" there, to we m at
George Weetlaghoumee the PAttedR
multl-mliftlire, to the aaF
beauty. Miss VIolet Broc'ean
-daughter. OSir TbmW .-ad Iady
Brockelbaink, wil take place eat
Saturday I am .,
ym Iowato I
eumbs.MW. -, u w Qhf by
a qusek e.,4;w
1611 hm- kvoap
bAt Ismwam Tom -
"Mrt alfted wp.aft
W* -4L -~hat"t
13 a t~r1 *h, S
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A ARTY APWMr :
is what 48st babthes aveMW but W W
beneut to them f they bav wWarms I
Be sure yewr bab is noet troubled it.
with them. Sure jxVANNtakeoalmo *r 3Mt. w tI* .
hungry, rimgs uder the eye%, aet gOmer 1 g 61 at the
sllag in weight a yew e*"$- *i i pyto3 .i. ?
pxlxom. A few doses efatWhlit U.CiBlai Mre.fe.
Vernituge will expel an wrsi. ft nla
a positive cu anad rellPaMl. Puie .
Cents per bottle. Sdt- by the AJt.
SMALLPOX ABOARD SHIP lhaae pa age o
Coloabo, Ceylon Dee, 1.-M-he bet- b eat sessne. f. f Me : .-
tiehip Georiat, precedmag g the e- Owen heome No. 4 th 0
ship feet under oummnand c ear gfet. 11-T 4
Admiral apery. came o par st ye- IL. W. EILTA W.
terday with a aompo ease as board .
The patient was at aee remove. The RyCllO"T PiU.o I
Georgia left the fleet at a ooelo. at
December 9th, and me ahead at a .l
speed of 14 knotm.
WOULD MORTGAGE T9 1 FAIN M ew VhMr adVUe bult t 'h .
dors wl t oI en0" w - Wb '"
A famern Bgral Soede 2, MMire,
Ga., W. A. Floyd by n, kmy: tiAaadm "d troth- we uwiiws
"Bucddka's Aralea Bave eut the tw *
worst more I ever w: ame am Ma oly Is the dta e ti
band andm oe n my rleu.f is.M il
more than its weight in a &i. 1 woaGU A that ialsten to h ha*
not be without it If I bhd to maetgae ,- -
the term to get itV" Olly itc at A Is- m vW ever t y
aB dru stores. a- h--nte mo hWl, e
RYAN HELPt TO PRESERVE a *. d oa n" ---
MORY OF UNCLE ., U t Natiure m t Ieam tet,
nla love Is. a .ther o *
Atlanta, Dec. l3.--J. . Letter, seere- propinaq5w.. The am.i ,t
tary of. the "Usacie lemus" Meaera In.
aApheo a n w. t ie r*'eip If b. ha uand premi deput.. a.
`a coNtributt of wL- fro T prea et the power td. arrive at e-1
F. Ryan Of New York, to Uthe rert.tm lrs. .
for pesptuating.the memory 1o Je l To pome- a beautimtd- ma e je
Change B t .aft .a * r l
Mru. y was tendered and ha ie- In l always bee
cpted the posttlon of vice pre irdd a oe Iaportat tag a .
10 WAI.Ismpor. tant th am
of the amoelatlou which oa know. .
sw' T o o6e reading a conmAt. in a--
FLAT FOR N T disorery.
Leave n ia o fl y-om .th tl
The third floor flat of Iving my ie ad feetMlaC oe yeor f1eUd .
over the Star oaflle Is fr rent. Ap- Unstable equlbumtorm Is @ad. table.
ply at Star office or to Mrs. KA VaMn by progressive mttion. e who mtap
Hood. stil s let.'
The strong uran' reward M li be.*
HEALTH AND VITALITY tla sm. Is tat ean ? ,.
---' fHappy Is the man whoe ,tmays e a8
Moie Nervi l PUs in his s leep.
The great nerve a* d brain torsa- Heaven is larey a mtr dl- .41
tive for men and womue, prodmees tieo;. 4
strength and vitality, build up the Be peculat, complex, aAnd wedartul
system and renews the normal eviri. ;the web of that our very bu -
For oale by druggl4st or by mall, $1 1Sra weakeaee mad atd k ds ae
per box. S bo- for 9. Sold by tie esvm in an4, moae the tabrl
Anti-Monopoly Dr -store. ataget. -
Hate say aniaite but eir v. ,-
IMWInu w I Tn-S For merit there af a ram. m p e is
Sheets, and a bmeaet In wa mea, ald
Ia empeOuatloa In late; thr whe
Convetionms b eery Mon- thee thags ga et too preoMced a
day evening In Caste a, oev Per cvm'r appear.
user's store. A cordial wekoe to vie- The men who tve in histon y am
tlUn kalhtse. L 3arton. C.C. lhoe whome lUves have .Men we
Chas. K. asms. K. of aad 8 written.
RHope pushed to t'other Ide to cow-
At the last, no man who doas in
own thinckh Is an 'Ite." Outwmr
Toiaim,* No. be may ebseeMbe to this ereed" '
that, and f he Is very dicreet
L 0. r. met every Toesed eeam-, may make hts l laae ma'orin, it.
t"a n Tonaesa Ball. Viltium tbrothm bward his belief In aev~ pg108.0
always welcome. holed, 4 or tis h a soul lbleBed. Ik
'P. V. Leaveood, N. 0. thooay the great ma recol atI
M.L M. .tlttle. Be.toa.. thought of 0 ogmstm tr abhe ,M
4 its vanity: and a ai-trale fimmuleesn
A.fup. oruop ig -,* ,
markmo- D Led that we caet do wtut;
& o. m masse a insth 4 lteeaturea the**
d temple the K Chbater n tha of ml
"-,TVthls aesmentl alsefe anli te *a,
S we sped our- tlme.
month. brotaws cwur ) -g = D >
lake Bow .'ta. ~ad e Wast e a mamnt t I
about your semen, m
"RS I ~ A DeI 't thiak the rtlhw e is'as "p.
I -- portualties have lbu a r tha
U eaori., .e ma e .t...gss
Union ofbte they et pad t, ever t +er
S.., thi.a" a better* .
an Wcehinarv I1 utI19M. TWnw apt tn 4th ur- 1i&..'n m wll
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WHAT, A BANK DOES
There are many ways in which it serve the
public, but the one now most vible, per-
haps, is to help with loans. We will meet the
needs of conservative bourwers.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank
L L Oft hIW
Some Interest Bearing.
S.For Sale by F. W. Ditto
THREE GOOD HOUSES on good lots, well, etc., wlthn dix Weeks of
new Poetoffce. One is two-story and has six rooms; the other two have
four rooms e@Kh. Yearly rental $252. over 19% -f pr ..............,f
One Gooeed Six-Reem Homws within flre blocks of new pqstetfce. Corner
lot, 1124112 feet; nice shade, etc. Early rental 8128.4; 19% per eent on
price.............. ... ................... ... ... ... ... ... ....
ONft NEW FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, half-asere land, yearly rental 17L
which means about 21% per cent on price..... ...... ...............$M
ONE NEW THREE-ROOM COTTAGE, one acre land, well, etc; rents
for $91 yearly and pays 22 per cent O price........ ... .... ......40$
ONE THREE-ROOM SHACK, well. etc.; rents for $St yearly and pays
17 per cent on price.................... ... ... ... ... ............10
1 ONE FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE, %-acre lot; pays annually $5, which
Is about 24 per cent'on price............. ... ...... ......... ....$10
Can you beat these eight houses for an investment of the total awuavnt
of $3.000-with an annual Income of $823.40. Will make an reduction It
all sold to one tarty, or will soll any one separate.
Call on or write
FIrumtre, Steiftm, crry. L ndM taC p, Na M
flUld il wues Ri m L Wb LC
HARNESS SADDLES, TRUNKS. SUIT CASES AND SATCHELS
OILS, LIME, SEWER AND FLUE PIPE, LATH, SHINGLES AND O CENT
WAGONS. CARRIAGES, UWQ1ES, UNDERTAKERWS OO4
CALL ON OR WRTE US OR PRIC S
CALL ON Ol WltRIE US FOR PRiiCES
This pN a he Nou w 0 Ir mbamh is
Good for 5 Votes
In the Star's Free Duble PlaeN CrWesmt
Please count 5 votes for
Railroad Rates to the
MARION COUNTY FAIR
lk he~k d SFM it R~mi5s n hiM.
Floral City .....
Dunnelon .:.. 8:25 a. m...$LO
Jullette ........ 8:40 a.*'.. .85
Rock Sprtngs .. 8:5M a. m...
Leroy ......... 9:k a. mL...
York ......... 9:1 a. m...
Martel ........ *:2 a. m... .M
STOLE THE aMEO
Didn't Like for Her Hshband to
Thei TwM erst eo .
St. Louis. De. e .-J. H. Toesafle,
member of one of St. Laf aidst '
French tamilles, asbad the people
yesterday to Sd his wi, Mrs. Kath-X-
erine Tourville. a hbaademn Mlo,-s -
thirty years, who had eft Ma
I ilong his "psyh needle," Mi~
Louise Tourvile, twenty montt .e
Through the child be can read very
thought of his wife. he says.
Tourville said his wife, plead b
his powers, left her home because e
was adept at rmdnm hei thmm
through the medium at the ehSd.
"I can always tell what aFr wt .
thinking about when the chld is
near." TourviBe said. "My lapree-
sions come through Marie LoAe .as
a transmitter. I eaen have .ead er
wifes thoughts aloud to her. sat I
don't believe ase ed IIt.
"While I was Wsated with Mar
lounise m my lap Weteesdary evet-
Ig I received the p--e' limpgealon
that a man had been to the beeas
during the day. 'A ma n called an ye
today, my dear,' I said to Mra Tsr-
yille. 1 beliee he was a bill el*
Mrs. Tourvine acted tra after
that At the office next day I ftKl
some-hag drawn a"ad &pag -
In me. Suddenly it mapped. I k-w
is a minute It was y 'psychIc needs-e,
The .iourvn's were married
against the wishes of the wee's par-*
eats to August, 196, at Niagara *WI
They separated several mnUths a g,
and Mrs. Tourville went 'home to rel-
atives in Wilbs-Barre, Pa, where er
uncle, Bishop Hobsa, of the Cathobe
"After our marriage I projected s
psychic soul and astral entity tte the
child we both wanted," saM Tow-
vWlle at his home. "I exerted eve
possible Influence to so attu.e the
child that upon her birth ash was at
psychic aftity, perfectly keyed-a
a true psychlo needle. When a e was
away from me a nebula or flm ase
between us so the lanpegalouns d*
transmitted to me. were dim, IT
when she was near w the pashi N
telepathy was perfect It pgmed
among us three."
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Ocal.a, Fra xce lst.
The Board of PublC Inctrio a
and for Martoo county. La.. mat this
the-8th day o December 1n egulr
session with Isaac Stevrak b halrnm7.
B. I. Bitch, 3. 8. Granthaa WA U r-.,
Minutes of the last meeting 'we'i
read and approved,
Mr. Burleson appearedW bere the
board and asied for permit to chas.
his patronage from tthe Andaimla ,l
the Citra sool, giving as hbs resos,.
that he lived just balf way btissn
and thought the C4tri schael the bet'
ter achooL The permit was araan.
A number of requests were hbeaft
tha bor- *4 eaanWg that the uh*onbt
given one day to attend the
The board decided that amr achea
can dismiss to attend the fair, pr-
vided it s *ttlsfet.y' with th trm-
tees, or patron where there an
truss. But teacher" can not eeant
said day as tasaht, V muat amt It
up. bmplalxt being made to the
board aou count of some tonb
teaching on Baturdays, the maverai*
tendent Instrued f to mn the at-
tention of all teachers throuak the
minutes, that It is asanait the ions of
the boam for any teaeber to teah e.on
Saturder. and that hereafter the
board will nt pay tfr any time aas
Pp on satuMay.
Behools are allowed to ceft fer the
holidays either the ;Friay beAge
Christalas or the Wednesday b@re&
Christmas, but no school can oam'
mence again until the Monda aser
New Tears. *
It was ordered that the mew school
house and furniture e sued for
$76N, and that the insurance be di-
vided equally between Mei. G. S.
Scott, P. W. Ditto and John M. Gra-
ham as agents.
Mr. J. J. McAllister was appoltad
a trustee of the Citra district, to WB
the unexpired term of E. M. Oyer, re-
Another assistant teacher was
granted at eddick, a they are mak.
Ing an average of 75 pupils The so
perintendent was Instructed to beep
the assistant as long as the average
The secretary was Instructed that
he could: draw warrants to pay al
teachers who get In their report
properly made out for a month and
signed by the supervisor or trustee,
on or before Monday, Dec. 11
The treasurers report was approve
Balance from last report ....$ 184 8
Received from L. Carney,
taxes of 190 ............. 19
Received from L. Carney,
regular polls, I ......... 90
Received from L. Carey,
extra polls.. .......... 21
Received from B. I. iCuMey.
levy of 197 .............. 80
Received from .A. C. Creao
tax sales .................. MI
Received from A. C. Croown,
.one mill apportionment .... 44M I
Total receipt .............$939 4
Disbursed during maoth of
November ...... ........ 93 4
Balance ...... ...... ..... $604
The board adjourned to fteet a
Wednesday morning M 7 o'!eock.
On Wednesday til board mt as p9
adjournment with ft board pse
The treasurer's report for the Spe
clal Districts was approved, showia
the owing business:
Ocai, $1.9, Fatrle 4.6U3. Ptn
Level 8111.7. Citras 14&6S. 8pm
$tO7, ,ectra .,t. SL $M .S
Cotton Plant $334., Moa Bt -06
hr e;& ..........
su~m 10.4571m... U 1s
. .. . . ....
A 9 ^ -i..-
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OIR'T AT ALL TIMUBA,
-and. Gaolen. lot. f ~b
~IL~.L R ~
*I eta., Kmnlck $0.Teow
It ebeatrd pa d a*ltto hms
*Aceam and tO~d-., the achd odI
"owelidd work in'both deemeS
INRb um ,
MW board ftaho PeaSarO In Offt-.
iniug a VMr OS.w frw I-I .
Is w sad spledid, AW SIP'Od 0i
hesefty -muhm s
*0 to al aXcbwed Owl=* b 06pa
hmow ctheatsto. Tnot it lOs edio-
Im of tbthen bad, *at Ais th. :O'
10 c-lored scoolIn the stafte ~Wiore
The boutd adleurnedIse Wthe0
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WOMAN AND THE SUFFRAGE
Abbot and Other Wine
Say She Doee Not
Wish to Vete
New York, Dec. 13-President Roose-
velt's attitude on the subject of wom-
an's suffrage was disclosed recently
by Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott, In the
course of an address on that subject,
delivered before the National League
for the Civic Education of Women.
Mr. Abbott read a letter from the
President, which he said was not
written for publication, nor for this
occasion, but which he permits me to
read. It presents a not uncommon
opinion among men and women both
in its mild approval of woman's suf-
frage In the opening sentence, and in
its strong presentation of the argu-
ments against woman's suffrage which
occupy the rest of the letter."
t's Not' Important
"Personally I believe In woman's
( suffrage," says Mr. Roosevelt at the
outset of the letter, which is dated
Nov. 10, 1908, "but I am not an en-
thusiastic advocate of it because I do
not regard it as a very important mat-
ter. I am unable to see that there has
been any special improvement in the
position of women In those states 'In
the West that have adopted' woman
suffrage, as compared with those
states adjoining them that have not
"I do not think that giving the
women suffrage will produce any
marked Improvement In the condition
of women. I do not believe that It
will produce any of the evils feared,
and I am very certain that when
women as a whole take any special
Interest in the matter they wjll have
the suffrage if they desire it. But at
present I think most of them are luke-
warm: I find some actively for it, and
some actively against it. I am for the
reasons above given, rather what you
would regard as lukewarm or tepid In
my support of it because, while I be-
lieve In It, I do not regard It as of
very much Importance.
Rights and Functione
"I believe that man sad woman
should stand on an equality of right.
but I do not believe that equality of
right means Identity of function; and
I am more and more convinced that
the great field, the Indispepsable field,
for the usefulness of women is as the
mother of the family. It 1s her wek
In the household, In the home, her
work in bearing and rearing the chi-
dren, which is more Important than
any man's work, and it is that work
X rhli16 -1-1AJ^ h- __ *"> __
man and woman who are husband
and wife, who live in the partnersblp
of love and duty, the one earning
enough to keep the home, the other
managing the home and the chbldren.
Dr. Abbott declared that if he be-
lieved that the sufrage was the right
of woman, or would protect their
rights cr promote their Interests, he
should be "not mildly but ardently In
tavor of It." The "woman's rights,"
of which he declared himself an ad-
vocate, Dr. Abbott described as "her
right to an open door bn every occa-
sion, her right to a fair opportunity
for the highest and broadest educa-
tion, her right to what she can do and
be what she can become, her right to
determine her own appropriate sphere,
not to have It determined for her by
a lord and master; her right to be left
free to follow the bent of her own di-
vinely endowed nature unchecked by
vexatious restrictions, uncoerced by
the presence of needless economic ne-
cessity: undiverted by the Ill-judged
appeals or the unfemtnine sneers of
her mistakenly ambitious sisters."
The so-called "Woman's Movemeat
In the Nineteenth Century" Dr. Ab-
bott described as a necessary. oorol-
lary to the awakening passion of lib-
erty in France, England and America,
and he said that under the Inspiring
leadershipp of "noble though possibly
not always wise men and women," It
had achieved great things not only
for women, but for the human race;
removing old and hampered legal re-
strictions. furnishing mueh-needed
protection to the wife from the cruelty
of a sometimes brutal husband, open-
ing the door of opportunity Ia all or
nearly all eds of landustry, and se-
curing the right to the best educatio.L
Woman's Real Plame
"And above all," he added, "It has
brought society, and pre-eminently
American society, to recognize the
fundamental fact that woman is not
a mere upper servant of man's hose-
hold, act merely a cheaply-pald anrse-
maid to his children, not merely a
vivaelsm parlor ormameat for his
home, not merely a minister to either
his sensual pleasure or his spiritual
repose, but a divinely endowee child
of God, no mere man'a servant than
man is her servant; no more crted
for him than he is created for her-
she created ter hbesef, a trety as he
Is creamtd ftr himenlt; each created
for the ether; both for God."
Dr. Abbott pointed out that excesses
and eAtnvagancea have accompanied
Is & a- *- IJf
en prompted by noe motives. ies te tllt s wi 1 .W M, eaem.a
or the phrases awM the ,eade p great hd mof
should blind us to certain viooeo toa be4sse hg thoanght timswqoe de
deacles. ae a rngt by sa l o bdaft o
After dilatring up the ext-I "A ew se rimlug t S
which, be aid, the t-mI, m Srod w tim the SW16 h id 1 hdt,
had carried certaa $ mvwe "UieeM tAb have O 4d- t
writess-oach as eoafuahtal mm 634 want a Yiteey. Jav-
riags and public a amsu whee all w m a of e eam vw ftr It as o .
children should be care tor by "hx- that with te baet they tea t
pertw"-Dr. Abbott sho ed boWr te 4 alt cMMOAd. ato;me
opening of all veoea fm r e rve mIg *W wish S r the a OA .a
had been follow d by their Inu rh ate aao mw w i t ty0b m rm i
Industrial compettlon with men. oe a-m so them In their voostier o
Handing welcome reUet frm Iuntolerable e Lmp These t ba
conditions, others desertlng burim their eves ar a AM baf4f tit
which they shoqu bear, or crowd- ol---.. T great aty of
tar out "the better paid weeork of h- wemea hea .nt areu be .withU
banis and brother whose plaess.ae eat ,ei. aisnea .gT1e miaJhi
wage earners they have taken, but these llet w ge ii as -
who are quite incompetent to tak the tentloem tahe aiUo*mdvit of
woman's place aw home buldets." s ua e an they tt to e ainse
The pker marrebedt of a Tt Hi<4l
shortsightedness of economy tinmet war *MIt t- to
er, who glorify woman's inamio-m meat of AmaSm They 7 s ir JWotf-
Into the ranks of clerical and manual to public life that there not
employment as her coromtion, e d pUbilely protest aa
Imagine that a solution of our labor to forse the~,o luMte abil i." *l
problem will ever come from a V Dr. Abbott's main arlu mMt. whik
cess, whih Incites or drives the wtsa proceed tSo devel Iat 14rSW
and mother to underbWid the bor that the quetio wag oM&e d.eM i
market her husband and son.'* -4M wa one a Jam of ASA,
He denied the eoonomle Indepead- sno Me weld afrm that woea. woaA
ence of woman and man alke, deetar- make as good sldle Iae; he ti ad
Ing it in both cases. "the hasy dresm knbew a widowed h eto take ase
of an unintelligout doctrinre.'" lt of amoUries chldr, tbWut e w
development of this contented f Dr. atiB asthergles. Ftr ber .h a gias
Abbott said: that this aatfma tm. to a" -- .
"The husband who works at the fte- against wonms fa wet g a
tory Is economically dependent on the men as in saoe way i ggpeg MOiges
wife. who work to prepare ,heir male It, i as as ue today as- when jf
at home. If they both go to the te- Soang it Soags was writtteb," he-d
tory to work. they will both boem "that love Is stronger them a
economically depeident upnm ioem- and the attent ti y dtet rC
else whom they have h Iao isparfemthe work o te hm b io s to l .ae i .
the meaL Weare afleomomlea in&- oMuatM, whea .am BavoWed, u
ter-depesdeiant, the rich aa awes m moadi a vaa "
a the poor, the as m uk as the Ia cps d Dr. Abbott
women. The ambitte Seu eonmi uoted Piiredd gooeet vs to a amat
Indepeandoca, which dovm the Wie te em his~ eb bet'e
and *'-" from t se be, A "to the te9- Nthowe a ,Inab
tory is:. n"bstittes a laterwde. 1WB: "The om duty o thae bo
pendnT i e ur'v ecT omically er m eband is to be the hbne-mat t"h
that wa. inspired a" waetmead llr Iawlasa e ftr lt hit w t ad. eAB-
. tpve.a oadthe prima', d i ofat h, n
TMe speaker cited pmeamme. ie va- Se Ito be the hIlpiiaoHt the hes-wMt
rios states to sipket Mte. a"f'Ie Im t metar."
that at present the majority at weein "t these we rds, amid D.r Ambbatt
have no desire aor the buItot a'y RMe. .eaevelt ga t
Massachnuetts, ew York t, te heart of. th woman quesiti. The
Oregon," he smid, **reent moo es a to weoma to lea- her mty o to
for woman suffasge have beae dbtA take up ma's duties ts am iepoaales.
ed because of the oppeitiam at the.e0 cal The maUm to. mpomm
woMaB. t at Ileast level othr b tt w b ae his ty is a. aatwt0 A 1to bs2
similar defeats may be J-ty attrbt*. *-- muest calL b$Ws bh-
ed to slimilr oppoitiem. That ws=A b!Pth r, mpeaking tar the allea Won-
vote in states where they paue. the en. I elam t ter them tho rt hbe
suffrage prove only that theg wll emnmpt it fatere frum thabajnew
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SCALAEYUN WA~WiAW uinr
EAvjjUr, 'EivrE UAJ1 I ..- -'$" " .....
K. of P. meet tehlght.
O Woodmen asmet t r evett-
Lae. Pee. FileCHAMPAGNI[E Wodm ..-
n ..............TS. PT odd e ow ,Mset-t samT 4 1 L.. .--,-,
Lanen Poer & File, Reims .............. ............ ........
0. ". Mumm A C.. Extra Dry ................... ..... ..... 2 Eagle. meet W-i y eoeag. --I g
/Meet A Chandosm, White Sest ........:....... ...... ... ... 2m.6
CLARETS Masons mt .
"e l &I Ce, asdeAON ........................ ........... .IAS 5 0 Mr. J I. D. eat L
Ju.i Mrman & C., S. ,'r m..........< ,- ....... 18 .75 town.
St. orge Vin a C f n ......... ... ... ... ... ,
RHINE KWINF town tody.
EAkel res., Deideh eim ................. ... ... ... ... ... ... .. U Mr. CIV Dr..at oW
George Vineyards, Calift -........ ....................... 3 PaA.f
Jules Mormon a Co., Sarised ........................ ... .. s at the Peo Du I" Xn44
s te a. stir,. .. ................ ... .... ... ......... ..... ,
Calilfnva Win.e As sc iatle ................. .. .. ... ... ... s Mr. .. a o. -
ssuday i 0 his m
Fr e aN m aCinse,I u.. ..ri" (........... ... S... s IL c a q
S.F se ie C arM Tu rIe (e wd) ... .. ... ... ... ... ...1.$ 0 1 ..t o- bi ..as rt .M caB
VIctor Geti Ci ..................... ..... ..... ... .. ...... -A". 0is 0Mi Mit Z
K MIm Rho I a46. a. .: m-oevoe to m st.
OHR .R .I school at Mar i .td. .
R. C. Ivingste ,.Je, sis d ............... ..... .c L.f .. .. ..s,, iS" M. Norweo, wd
H. do .Quell, Tarragne,Sp. .wM......... .... ... ... ... ... ... .$1.9 was m t u eas Ieea ili juNgo Ih eeinher
Garrett & C ................................................. .... ...7$ 5 Mrs.., 4 f o r .
Con'rr-" ao r-a utas u' u do g jes. D, ... .ais, uJ K.
PORTS L4O ; 8T-M hea watchciram.V = 4
Graham a........................ ... .. ... ... ;P a.a r "oia s.es Set l .10- mSb ume a emowsn
DG nrrett A Co Ii. Whi** y ............"' ... ... ... ... ... ... **.. B turn to ase WSWr ate e W D Ti Olhe te"as esfr m vi at
................. ... .... .. .. ..... .75 c AD W, a W iA ). ,,--
DOMESTIC WINES .Yu-i.SMI 'l*ljl e n .4liffi-
Gak te W ........t. .... .. ..*.' w tI h t l. M
ld et Or age W ine ........ ....... ... ... .. ... ... ....
Garrelt laekberry ...... .... . .. y seme e .
Garrett S11g ........ ....... ...... ...... ..... .... ...r .ter of MDu0'ero et. e' k4 f ?
Garrett Virginia Dare ............ .... ... ....-.75 .e.city W
Hail ^ HaiI Wl-. ... ... "tA t e oi *r. ud 1* t te taner
SIMP ORTED WHISK4S M. WC. A Pat o l if ta fa0 die s"a "s Missr DesnW
Lfwr a Co,. Lendo.. Jams.. a...................... ..1 each e..
Duvlle A Co. Iriseh Whisky ...............15 t ae; GV4 pe* ra .o l f
Sleek and White et ch Whi sky........ ... ...................$1.75 theV414i s .i.e:
Maig & Maig oSetch Whisky ............... ... ... ... ... .... ........psso W' A1661h 7
Shiedm i e...... ..l .............................
Ainea im S mo.PIANO- UN.NJ--DA e 7
Aat, ht e &at ..k U ; '- hiaw totthe Oeak et 3-.U s.
lWi Mr. Johnson of Murel. qt the t e c
n.osmOCALA. FLORIDA ot Wibo4:, J,. .t", o .as ......
toNa'yT WAIT Fe ALa Lt""-a"
REMEMB ERPIEL'Sne w. .T... .R;.. "AT. R-E. Ei .REW
IMeweler. WL A N-_a .1y A B' B t U 5w .- -."
with -Us family
Mr . . W. at, *tfv a-.,.%
One pem of papea a twMpe s -A s the OMto e m'e e
or envolopmes vY bdet se*es, so 't-
for U hoA e .n0W, aatcm* let S t a C.D- "e a -- -
While visiting the eee wa gm pot, g1a11tW
:~Mr. B~r~ M. Cr. BOnett Ie Mrirl .KM.Avery- o A, t.
Theif san quite a uUmber et iehors who own a vmle gp
entered oi the dr' teet at the ake B--W M4who '*s ho' rn l A..0 A
fair next woek. OI l._ AIo am A. v -o'
We have pettytt, li el .of damnwtE
T Jeweler. .2-14- r JX -'p
Col W. 8. West oif sAtaI Ga..
But get the pret thl u wings you need 'JZ" Sve Mon
fordo he honm.e ,oa Mrs. adle K. C. Emett CDavis __
Now Is the time W6 plant year a-r
den. We have all kadsi of gard Te" Mllnai
seed for tal planting& Tydftas & Ct tiyil iWilam 1 W_.i
Mrs. Sue Frink who ban, been ..
spending aoba at 80page pencil t bueft..
ange Lske, a baea rhoe.m.
From my line of sterling silver 'lrl 'illki W j *,'i
toilet articles you can get almost any- 124 page inktablet.e... s'
thing that you wish. A. Burnett. .i
"^ "-120 p e bond tablt. ge __ a .., 1
Rav. c. C. Carol. of the Baptist Standar ma kes ltead t hto ee1m iu
church, preached two excellent ser- ..., .
mons Sunday., pEB .......... .... f
we have te protest line Of h.i. A good lead pencil for.. in
day papers in town at the OWOeala" M Aoftheaboveareew . best
Co.; nice for preslns. A of the aoe ar the best .
quality and it w U only take a0 look iyt Irs M Caw
Bishop Gray confirmed one person frog yoe to comvinc you tht e am Ge.t oeeI o *
at St. James P. Mission church last rt the same for lam. . tBher am. I
night, where he preached, David Mor- f-t oMe to O
prison. -AT-- A d.
FOR RENt-A six-room, two-story 7 spe to shOw I
residence, newly papered and painted V riety If tt
throughout, with electric lights and ti s. to w
bath. Situated on North Second at. ee.
Apply to H. D. Stokes. 12-SB Store '
Come in and talk the matter over with us.
. both floors ot our big store and warehouse
the ceilings with the.most stylish and
Prettiest Designs in Furniture and Household
Furnishings of Every Description
CASH OR CREDIT
We have an especiaUy
pretty line of Iugs
have just come in.
Rev. Coleman, who for the past two
years has filled the pulpit of the M.
E. church at Floral City. left this aft-
ernoon for Miami. via ALesburl.
Tavares and Sanford.
Red Cron CHRISTMAS STAMPS
at the Petoffiee Drugtorm. 12-14
Captain 1!k Williama was again
on his run today. He mald it Was a
base fabrication of the enemy to say
he attempted to kill that ton and a
half bear in the Swamps of Honmo-
LOST-Leather wallet contalnlng
papers of the U. S. Health and Accl-
dent I-surance Co. of Saginaw, Mickh.
and other papers. Preas return to.
Rev. s M. Gibbs. city and receive re-
There ft nothlty better than mg-
sines for a Chrzstmha present last all
the year: and the Ocala New Co. Is
bottom on club rates. COtme In and
get prices. See the fair and buy ye w
hanoidav. noA a tMeb snmec fO e MajC
ANOTHER CAlt Of .o
MNO Icos 8o0 Is MerMW ti
otaeeth ut eatuek ssg
wol ho an elhibt ad vmlw. nae
AL A' -
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* CL viinr ,a 4 *eiv-giiiimi^ ^iI ^
000 ILLOwS MTING OF RED MEN wooom |
THANKSGIVING SERVICE AT I ..
-- The Oecala Re Men was bold a g
The members of Tulula Lodge No. meetiag Thaursay ight. and It Is Own wth at % thet i! -- *
22. L 0. 0. F. met in their ban yes- boped that all netbert wIll be pes- ees union llm mee ta -a the1
terday morning and proceeded to the ent. so that the bminess Of the tribe*l \l Uw .
Presbyterian church, where tey were ea be put in smooth ruantg Of* caled to ore & ats the wie" -lU li of n
treated to an excellent Thaksgiving ers leave the ball I 114 -- wh Is .I i
sermon by Dr. W. Ddf. We have this year Ia neawptily be later thea oWdcit AI tIe sl ee lt ( plrt t Im I
Dr. Dodge is a Odd Pelow him- pretty line of wateb froa. watch a bu mon& i i|11e I IttIi tlbh T |ei ..g
elf., and well versed In the r tPtele* chains. bracelets. broecthes, rIFgs, etc. act x mep g g X CCte te 3 : t
of the order. His sermon was an elo- A. E. Barnett. t1-14-t4w r S i ata i a eiss su f; .
quent preentation of not only the hoped al mm~g w illbe bea TIN G h.l epIl-.. the ....
duties and beautis of Odd Fellow- Mr. J. L. Morris of Crystal River, p ': SI, Por I e rit e .e as .." At I *; 1
ship. but fraternity in general, not Is sIgest of the Oeal Hoe. can so L n Mser than isthue the tie Aft wasl A, e
only n the lodges. but out of tem. -- at -- I M-ital '. '"
Hi talk wa llmed to with close at- Im Now vUe4m.
tendon and gbly praised by his" Thew ho u w 13 t l a d u igpe
d prices at A.- i& yglg "" -r ---Ernefts, do *i' 4ie,*at set am *
gan i r5se? ySie7 weyot r. si Mra. 7I uam a g. ahWies n r- m& in a, n I3a&.
Mr. W. W. Calw a tracker of iatpr 41s T
Sparr. Is shipping his crop of lettuce. Mrs. Bernar( asfeuman who !
a Mrs.e w ard Selig-man, whobaa,
W. R. Bryant, a progressive far- --
er of. B ellew, was n town todayth- -1--- 6 6 I .-,..
hibit at the county fair. V3"whi Mm Sgmg o M" Tom manustas"Ir 4=565"r,
send s your grerlor laees. hIse atte mm Sut tptlSo'sn ii ,'cm alt at w- On on a
we aO thbowsifhty paoed to banie S WI sm t1i2a0 1% reb Aam ft makts 3aSa ota fl im, t fr.
it. TE- .-.it i- .-1 ~ .... athi.tive to -M p oat o .THE .. ,
Jack McCra.ney, game warden, wa.s Ot Of the whit. r ThI. M A. re S.V rs=W. ,12-13-a Ow,.ur
up from Higley today. He said game tk IUP eiey 6 Stnhe whites, ie-
was plentiful. .. .lvaen...eesswd -g-m -- WIF WANTED-N'- tg.. Mai_ m ume a, tem *m the Igl*
1b-day we have a rich a rsta ( me1tW Wst
FOR SALE-Two mules, ftudebak. **oi A*=riIS moi*lda t i, = a.aw0intet t b V.r t v. 1saIgh,*'
or wagon and other farm implements.; 4 .4*0. y on- m- esm Oucl MM cSi -* not,
200 bushels of corn, 100 bales of ay Dr. Plma Flestwabe s etmr Am^ -Abi na & good looklaX. a-t a n eo. orIe n 1
Apply to leo. B. Steri, city. 1-7-.x m'as ltaO SlESWIl N.st f h, -d ,-oo Sa -r o110O e >o a-- i
s eas ss LS n .Salaey or yoA4 eIte6t rn b.gan l s eber t, U or abe, a 4 e
Messrs. D. A. Clark and Walter Ray an ggIs y Ap etetaian. a or h ah
o f M a r te l. w e re in to w n to d a y IMA & & . .Aa- ..c p,.h n. .
r r o s otpa a o80 oueao onkm%, a d er Iii cadu ie **
Mr. J. 0. weB o Antiony wV m.as ses..is o ( ptar. !dre g .;:&I
In town today, his first visit in two a tg"om- A
weeks. Jim Is busy looking after a
force of men who are turning over IN THE CIR IT CUWrT A m ost h~pIaih ;'S
several hundred acres of ground for at a" saw -l es at Ti 1n'setji am. hasor
spring crops. -" .lst .M ttMsI T.i ourtwp ,s by am moraieigg wold be oe at ,ow h I-.-
11110N tfeCUM 1 g a mea 5t lectnag a &ury to try James. 8wain kr r, stOves or umwa0 oevrt wi o
Mr. A. W. Bridges, he John n, 4 e ftC is dearly m m a EUtte .gb killinDg enry Lg, both c r ae44 have a ~od mck. Tho M in -' E- "
Martin Hardware yCY. has M -tfL--~s estraci t m" t e ll este the Levfwn in In September, 14w c -14
received a nice lineof nn (or teogs fo*rl e06** 71I11'.1U e Attorney Barford ad BOo3 taie S &-4 k-hr
kitchen which would make the h"ar, hea th fi, eodl e aw, wr o sutltor tb ,.._. ...... 1.'.* 'o f- .
of any housewife glad to Ch4m&s n theae is cmm" of atm 5. aU
morning. Mt to I in the ca meto cposed at Slainx. 1aLe3. 4 2 16 coi 1601.
bm los sterlISo the S Christisa. X. C. Gladaey. J. P. A. f a .
LOST-Pointer dof puppy; large as .B.Uis.ta Lingston. J. W. Mock A Ba u all ea __ 3 2 Me win't
a house cat; six weeks M; black and -I s Drti .Lon g .. Pl J s A. L.nJ. P. T. Nm. .Aat D lroSinlk 7 "
white. Notify W. H. Clark. 10-41w F i teMftr 01010I B. Gany, Walter Priest. fabet bE' the bx the P D .
.* tt r am ding and ikward weat. COL. IF .
The infant son of Mr. and Mrp. G. Ww West and Dr. H. O0. Reavmes, oet t 'h
G. Maynard, who has been7 with taking deep Interesintse, Inr te has bees og to ento tat neWs A1
typhoid fever, is much better today. teret te cdse. c r- bamtr to uo Is t ago mm. 'i
In getting up youror ETR"AY NOTICE, ese ,ta-1n. @-- m -.4- t m-
the next year, remember the Ocala id i "Taken up at my pace esrlrthej, "lot tlI In -.P .
News Co. will meet any club rate. on Dec. mth one roan mre ct al .:.
Come In and get prices. ,0' sp e abore me ed ttmetiI em 2% years old; white tar I .ll . .. C.. .ma. iha
Whell s.made s -fe She Mac Owner can have same by a il* i it. s.d i'm- ;
Sponges. spong direct frorilthe.th eir.l.. ..a"d "ad".. .
apongentl ]Ipoinedthta the lrow t tttt(r,' i!tee~wi5^ a ,this ad and feed bilL C. T. Mllet. '".. --I t 'S JI
fisheries. Prices that surprise, at thef t" 10 M - '
Anti-Monopoly Drueb isor -hOne e our-andso be t e
Anti-MonopolyrDrugstore.aeee ets and enfer. makes a moseI A fth Mae M e 2eral hNEN a
We have a large assortnmnt of sil- MsouIalyftft es oblaol ceptable Chrintmas pres n Several ;i t em ed. -L I
ver and gold, handsomely designed, 'styles and all very attractive. Thi ce war
silk and plush lined Jewel and trinket bobh *iWuie*M s Marion Hardware Compaay. ia at er1to. MarBM Hwd-
boxes. Just the thing\ for Christmas .1 e bo 0oMD d *
presents. A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler Mr. George Petteway Leroy -Is a N ariy tW MACHN FOR SALE
Mrs. J. B. Cutler of Crystal River. business visitor to the city today, n Te a asnt; a ea W at &a 1u1e. NV* te..i 9
came up Saturday to hea Bishop Little Liver Pills. Sold by the A.t N Sewt Maiseui, r .-, "-%me 4'
Gray preach Sunday at the Iscopal MonaWIy l -Drugwtore -. .-4m or or wor s t eas a .Saaj -i
0 church. Mrs. Cutler was t h guest of ginMIIe IfabRaI sb. Il dUI
Mrs. H. B. Clarkson while inh city. I W THROOMS FOR RENT W
The room In the thrlid foor of Our lnr use at pocket ha Js k
For RENT-Rooms for' UgIt house- 8 t S. m fut r hine *,equaledinl0 In 0 th1e 01t-r. AM s*es :
nolla street. iS-T-x Hood or the Star otfiee. o hvtt i
R. C. Davis & Co., of IJaeaonvlolle. AV T ema. -T-e Maxrue-asrd B M
will sell any make of second-hand mUll E WITL! 1111! AI C. I'/' ll- H
typewriter open asy termq ., Cd- N0 CIRISTMAS
The Ocala House had twenty-three ''
good Sunday's business. w..uh N ow is %e An ime I. Sed a i i at t> M '.
Mr. F. L Rees of Uve Oak. is a CHOICE PmUT se wilb be held UVap* UawI. U -. .
guest of the Ocala House. r E II C Everyone knows we handle the best -
We have just received a lot of hand- l because e by a e mere.
sesets, several d wi styln es gild Doe't boy "ntil o -ee, pbsn. or Tho dioply wi toe. Is
omely made and finished. Just the -_ S. MOSEh the oi s yS
girl of lady. The Marlon Hardware O M NMagnl.sad Main Streets At cause a. sars? y *. -
We Also Carry a NI.. Lin of reed,
Red Cross CHRISTMAS STAMRl - '
at the Pc.atofiMe Drugstore. 12-14 lI I i, 3
Mr. Howard Munroe of Ashbeville. Is n bs" ONmSeu.saIsw maau w h W C Ap TI N' A
eiIh abes a o r*oWsweas.y.,. lw% The hvasU u !i
In the city visiting his brothers. T. T.. eass ees
and Robert Munroe and his father-ln-,lr "w'bi e "a se S hands, and is now in the name of the W
law, Col. 3. M. Martin. ell s1 a upe I. .
--bs..-- ls. 1LO33IN lor-IN;* -,
Six- nice photos lor twenty-flie tul ..
cents on Saturdays and Mondays at l
T. H. MllsU., 4 North Magnolia street. We have bread now, but about th b
We will take pleasure In showing r lt of next week will leave every. A
you our splendid stock of soaps, per- thing from Bread, Cakes, Pies, etc., to ve case of m wmk w psr 'n si oe
fumes and tooth powders. The Cor- s please you. bladder lnssanepatou ana t ue p rule
ner Drugstore. please you. Is dgeros t e
n ,s Ular Is the baker and the bat 9 ch troubles are nearly always ge r
Nunnally's After Dinner Mints., 5 in tW,40. 1towea lUs. T e itrea i-"
cents the box at the Postofmce Drug- f wt es .tfes ?rdersms 6a Bde. 5sa ftas
restore. st pone DeWItts KM dMy a T
Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that Strlg Reedy Cy hicagCorw.Y. d Wer PILs. For weak kidanys aa t
may develop Into pneumonia overly A MM aF93n.UIJIINIo u the bladder they am
night are quickly cured by Foley's b #e B.erebte A n- mopl j gem
Honey and Tar. as It soothes Inflamed here by the Anti-Monopoly L M
membranes, heals the lungs, and ex- When In :
pels the cold from the system. Sold t in' TIet >
by all druggists. IJAY R AWewCnd -.a.Ina w
Horse clipping done at the Tompkins the whIy m .
&Cobb livery stable. 11-14 PWLe 0 4 tIIECfOS e, |
FRave you seen thelWest? It not AR
nvelp and stamps to write ld. ,
Sae o Claus, at the Bai ar Store. tDm. EL 4 ALFRED L. OEMN, Iwo secoUd-dhand waes tr sa:
We are headquarters for all good ONEYTAR.
tnngs to annk and eat. ooda service
and prompt attention. Hoga i the
Mr. S. L. Martin, who, has charge
of the Meffert & Maynard turpentine
stil lM Ittu anna..r @Z .. % .46t. a
.' -w EAWINA lII DI
hil Sri V.1AM Work *Doe by fLcexsvd Em- amkvg se Es a fewa eame eopwn U
a-. &-- z m t.@ u
* UOrS ll T S O F UN I WMUd. 1351W emlryirE, coamnow supplya
F'mb of as autoew n*. an
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THOMAS M WL, SON
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Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida
As Imue esbk .1 dikb Wsp qsu01,Cark
ad Carriaes carrei d d a s.
sums, SallsimsLIP RO, M pamndNM
- arriedby a Irud~m bap # 16 kM.bdgbo hn
Noe Iin=lbe hdwK smi ways I. lise at be very
We cW m "a myeumeya yewuIr pur ilouesIe*
large or mal.
KNIGHT .& LAANG
NO" S ofd blSuare
GET TWICE THE LIGHT
FOR ONE-HALF THE COST
GET THEM AT
H. W. TUCKER'S
Electrical Supply Home
,17s, ~Eit dFenA S SvmS. JaamvthleF
New axd First-Ckmu
p Americawi Plan $ot ar
per day. European Plan.
Rooms, one person, 75 cents
per day and up. Special week-
I. & 9 p
The a le wof theMari saws-
mo p Fla W= 3 af
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Colomb CeIt, DeM. 14--Tme
United tate A matte Seet .was
sighted at 7 iW~e' pyMsiw l Mi-
ins. TIe Seet left Msau On emi.
The Amereian biatUshif tag- ter
on its sweui-t-wores eruise ts
a fort on t out fl Maalit t'.
morrow mornig Ite einusl beais ,
will steam the C& a b mbr~, to
coal and give the- m and -S so
opportuaGiy for sere levft.
RACES AT THE FAIR
Dmenber G, U 8S-FeM for 4.
TretOWg or Peaekg
Clas 2:4, s. ,
I o'clock-F Irt beat.
1:3 o'clock-Mule race. Firt, ;W,
2 o'clock Decoa beat.
2:30 o'edosek--enab anmafo 4ee.
First, Mo: asecod, S.
3 o'clock-Third heat.
Desaiber- 1 t *m" *M .Fr *f* r AL
Trettif or Pa-ig
Class :, $: r 0.
1 p. m.-FPht heaLt.
1:30 p. ad- -LI-d s riVtt> oeatle *
lang of me best home, ri a" ;D
driver. First prie, a -aUmem *d M
sold ladys vatc, bnrnai em aes a
Waltham swmement. Otes 1W Mr.
A. x. Barnett, the jew"Or ,ue
prlse, handeome, said e -itat
diamond and pea brooic. Wa4ge y1
Smitth & Roberts, the kramt. deal-
2 p. sm.-Second betaL
2t: pV. .-Automobile raee.
3 p. m.-Third beat.
-Des0as' 1, U a
1:3 p. m.-ROId race to abgW.
Bach one mut be .drive by I s
ownor. No tmak *boI, W l be ad-
mitted. First prim, nruber-m e.U
set harness; second prime whjkeieie
whip and laprobe. Doated by Knalt
2 p. m.-Half-mile. S -mlate class
Por local non-winning hoemms parsm
of W. ,
2:30 p. n.-*Tag race. Cmateo r
hitching up and driving one-hat me.,
No track horse admitted. Met be
driven I a buggy, and o nmap *al-.
lowed an arMe. Frta. t, *-1
3 p. m.-4Scrub niatalg raeef t N-
SANFORD STEAM LAUNDRY
WAS '.WN UP
Saaftrd, Dec. 0.-R e 1uing on
the repleshio o a tUner a 11 ar'del
last aight ia the oteq-y Ci Oie-y.
E. IL Webbh prrieiaer of the hi.;
Is In a critical seeadtle. a s"e is
slightly Iure, the indwrs is la
ruins amd Sther lies were ,gataml,
ed by businem mum who wsom et pleas
near the aemdry or Is the same
The camue o the ehlsmb, hia b"t
beep deldey meaesr4,d as the
befleft 1 w aft ip r wMb ij b, at
it is pres^ae that the p=i-
gradually Increased from the are,
which had been ranked for the night.
A PERURER SET PREE
New York, Dee. 1l.-om R. Begs-
man, president of the Metropolits
Life Insurance Company. was freed
by the purt yesterday. I a decisoa
that, itf It stands, win erve to quash
all Indlctments now standing agahait
insurance (A-ials, according to Div-
trict Attoriy Jerome., who bwever,
expects to take the present ease to the
court of appeals. Mr. Hegemwo was
charged with perjury.
WILLIAM8 KIDNEY PILLS
Have you neglected yor kidaeys?
Have you overworked year ervos
system and caused trouble with year
Kidneys and bladder? Bave yeo pasm
In loans, side, back, grotas and bla-
der? HaSv you a flabby appeamee
of the face, especially under the sUT
Too frequent a desire to pass WteNT
If so, Willitams Kidney Pl will cre
you. Sold by the AtS-LomopoWly
THE ORIGIN OF FEAR .
The average man would sooner face
a 00-pound hunan antagonist that a
S0.pound dom which he could choke
to death In three minutes. I ve
seen a charging ram sctter t a
down men, any one of whom d eed
have mastered the brute .i a. mme.t,
and not one of whom was xIm ordlatry
matters, a coward. There are Ilpelef*--A,
on record of men who, with their bare
hands. have held and! baffled am -uly
bull, but It was only the pressure of
grim necessity that taught them their
powers. Put a man against an ant- r
mal and the man looks aromd for
weapons or support, whether he needs
them or not. There was a time when
For man, today the most lordly of
animals, was once weo nigh the maet O
humble of them alL He nas come Up
out of a state in which fear was (he
normal condition of existence; sear.of
violence, of the dark that -gave oppor-
tunity for violence: fear of fall of
animals, of beOin alone. And iSto the
plastic gray cells of our brains are
stamped these ancleat terrors: a r-
ing record of the upward climb eft
The baby shows this record* most o i
clearly. In him. the prints of heredity
are not yet overlaid by the tracks of
use and custom, and, therefore, to in
we may most easily read our past his-
tory. He tos our ancestor as truly as
he Is our reincarnation, and his every
shrinking gestVre and frightened cry Cq-H- ..a
are chronicles of the Younger WorM,
tales of the age of fear. W
They tell of the days when man
was not the master of the earth, nor
even a highly considered eitmn of the
same. but a runaway subjeet th
meat-eatiug monarchs, whose deeper
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