Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 12 15, 1908
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03038
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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Danville, Ky, Dec. 11-,
the oL oJt' IM 1 me gh a l S'
Mll tIa tp" WO "aio.
effort to get Jsames HI, a white am..
rwho Is asse4shw fimr st '-
masultes a t-s mtMsvdel i.m
old Mamle Womek le wst
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a"tBn of the mb aAft fts *N r l
Hill out tate the wo ds sad
with a nt t *s-ts e .. .. .
< I.boke into the had1 .bthe t ed :

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Sh houe nd thocgea wit fWerf l t f t a

and Tar, for cougas, coms i s.
experiment with u* aow |*@r

druNew York. Dec. 1.-Aiem T ell-t dd +-.I.

s"e. New York. Dec. l-America .
tar, will furnash tyo e ChristplM cheek
In many humble home i lka n -"p s
year. Shee Deennber 1, h ----dmrtt
days. severel nullen delar ia "-
by the New York possorIte. been I ,
gLmreoate ia conalderable ia eax t e
the ngures of lst year, thbh e 7
to the records of ome previon ps,1
It expected tlat the total. Ill si e mE- -*"p,.e+ ,
away by the steaships a t hi
week, will amount to more t An ,- i
You should always member that r
most cough and oeM cred are oB-
stlhing. Yet the moet iahortant n-t,*
thing to do when you have Ml te N
to move the bowels. Yw cea.s8 -
promptly c re a cold uitf .you '4" s .- .
this. "KenIned. laxative C u. W i
Syrup stop the eogh by atayag I- V
e s flammation of the tohr't and .a -
Shand It drives the eold from the yaa .
by gently moving the bowela i



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like it for it tastes nearly a.s -od -a- .W7 1 -.-
maple sugar. ol by Antil-Momegely a
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Chicago. Dec. 14.-Pat Crowe, wbae
former lawless career caine to a ell- A"
max in the kidimpl I, of Edl e Cuad
rOUl ^by, made h e debut lat nIght a Uws r
rou evangelist before an audMe
Evanston. The meeting as h el *
der the auspices at the W. C. 1'. U.
Prison Reform Leagae. ,
Crowe grew eloquent In a pies to ,-.: *.: : "l
citizens to aid In pdaola s reow -
atop the manufacture of crbleal tto -
reform seho se and peaeatehe As A&,
he spoke a baby's voitee ik the rear .
of the hall frequently interrupted hia.
Thlatos msy bahy mea &tth
nose.- Crowe exp olaed.- b-s .' .
can iUve to give it a good l adimi e
and make a good eitlen."
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Proprietors and Publishers.

Editor and General Mager

City Editor and business Manages'

The county fair will vpn tomor-
row. We are all Interested In It. Give
it the force of your presence and go
out every day of the three. Local
pride and a desire to firmly plant
this Institution in our midst should be
Incentive enough to make every man.
woman and child in our city a evSln-
mittee of one to see that it is a sue-

The Star had a pleasant call yester-
day afternoon from Mr. ad Mrs. W.
S. Cogswell, of Danbury, Conn., bht
rfular winter visitors to Belieview,
where they form a delightful part at
the winter colony. Mr. and Mrs. Cogs-
well are enthusiastic believers in the
county fair idea, and to emphasis
their belief brought to the woman's
department some commendable work
6f hand-painted china. Moreover.
they also interested Mrs. Chasles Hil-
ton. another winter resident of Belle-
view to the extent of her placing on
exhibition some of her water-color and
oil palatinUs of decided artistic merit.
Not satisfied with this good showing.
Mr. and Mrs. CO9gswel induced an In-
dustrious colored couple near Belle-
View to make an exhibit of their sweet
potatoes and canned fruits and pre-
serves. which they deemed worthy of
ai place In the fair collection. Mr. 0.
K. Gale will make an exhibit of some
ine hoop. We take especial pleasure
in mentioning their Interest in our
fair and emphasize the fact that ones
training and education has upach to
do with forming ones tastes and likes,
and Mrs. Cogswell comes to her de-
sire to promote fairs from the fact
that her honored father was one of
The pioneers In organizing the Dan-
bury. Conn., fair and of which insti-
tution Mrs. Cogswell has been for
thirty years its efficient secretary.
Mrs. Cogawell made the inquiry of the
lady managers of the Marion County
Fair if they had appealed tor their sex
to make contributions or if they had
made a personal canvass for such et-
hibits from. the women of Marion to
the fair. So far as we know they have
not asked for the use of our columns
(and thry are free to them for thls
purpose) nor do we know if they have
made personal application for exhibits..
Such work. said Mrs. Cogswell, is very
effective of results and spoke because
of her years of experience. In speak-
ing of Belleview people, Mrs. Cogswell
xaid Mrs. French. who is also from
Danbury, Conn., who owns a very
pretty boane in Belleview, bhas had It
nicely painted and the yard cleared
Is a way that makes the place very

The Star had a pleasant call this
morning, fro M r. John R. Avery apd
son. Mr. John E. Avery. who with Mrs.
John R. Avery spent some time with
Mr. Morse at Electra, who has the
supervision of Mr. Avery's orange
groves. The Averys are on their way
home to Mount Alta, Pa., but will visit
St. Augustine. Mr. John R. Avery is
a graduate of the Pennsylvania State
Agricultural Collefe and while there
took up the story of forestry and is
now in charge of a tract of land in
Pike county, Pennsylvania.

The genial gentleman, Col. NIe Bat*
co. of Crystal River, came up yester-
day with Rev. Morgan. The latter Is
a Presbyterian minister and the Pres-
byterians of Crystal River have sectur-
ed his services, provided he can se-
cure his release from the presidency
of an orphanage in Tennessee, and he
loft last night to get that permit. Mr.
Morgan arrived a month ago at Crys-
tal River and with his family is so
delighted with the cordial welcome
extended to him that he Is anxious to
make that place his home. He said
to a Star reporter last night that the
Presbyterlans of Crystal River had
the best church building and the finest
nastorate he had ever seen for a con-
gregation of its size and did not know
of any congregation whose contribu-
tions per capital averaged what those
who belong to the Crystal River Pres-

byterian church.

Mr. W. R. Bryant, of Belleview, who
make a display at the county fair. re-
marked to a Star reporter today that
he did not make a show of what he
hadl because he expected to get a pre-
lum. but to show his disposition to
aid so worthy a cause, for fairs With-
out displays are no good.

Dr. J. C. Boozer. the farmer's friend
and some of a farmer himself, will
make an exhibit of h s fine milch goats
at the county fair. They give a gal-
Inn of rich milk a day. When you go
to the fair take a look at them.

Coi. R. A. Bright, late of he Mon-
teruma hotel, but now of Jackson-
Aville, writes to his old friend, Ben
Kaufman. that his gas machine has
arrived and he will soon be able to
demonstrate its virtues. Cot Bright
thinks he has a fortune in this ma-


Of time A. R. Merger Plawme C*eipmy
eaon go t e 1Berlin Tieator
The friends and patrons of Mr. A.
M. Lansford, formerly tuner for the
Ludden & Bates Co., are notified that
he is conducttag oWr special piano
sale begimtnal mest Moaday. in the
Berlin Theater building. ee him for
pianos and tuniun.


The stock of shoes at the Marion
Shoe Company is going fast still
there .are a great maay bargains la
men's and women's shoes left. Tou
should come In at oee and get your
feet fitted and save the big discount
we ste eaf~g em a huA really farst-
class goods. Take advantage of poyr
visit tatla this week, and call in
and snaj how you the stocI.
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The Botoan adkis Quartet, .one of
t-aat of all the lyceum attractions,
will be at the armory theater on the
evening of December Slat.


All praona who wish to enter their
horses In the races t the tair must
see Dr. I P. Guerrant. who has
charge this- braehb of the fair.


Nothing is more acceptable than a
good bax. of Lake Weir Nreit. -We at-
tend to the shipment fto 'yo. and dan
f0i aJ'ItAed number o9,;VGe # at the
following price*-sU selected fruit:
Orages, per box ...........$2M
Grapefruit. per box ......... S.6A
% grapetrult and % oranges. S
AM your orders to WOODMARl
NURtBust CO, astlabe. FL.; or.
P. 0. Box M7. Oca*a. 7i.
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Gdd and Set Rings .$ 1.0 to $W0m

Watches, any prae.
Necklaces ... ... ... 1.0 to
Leokets ... ... ..... 2SAto
Vest Chains ... ..... 1.00 tI
Charms ... .... .... A to
Seeve Buttons ....... A to
Braehes .......... toI
raseleto ... .... ... II tos
tick or Sarf Pins .. Sto
FeP ... ... ....... IMto
Beauty Pins, pair ... .3 to
-Guard Chaiss ... ... 2. to
Ear Knobs ..... .... .iw to
Studs .............. .Ste
Tie Claps.... ... .... to
Waler Sits ... -... .. II to
Hat Pineg ......... a to
Barrettns' ...... ... .0 to
Collar upportrs ... St
Veil Pine .. .... .s t
Belt Piss or BMkles *.75 to
Emblem Pine, all or-
dors ... ... .....1. 0 to
Emblem Charms .... Ia to
Gold and ShIver Thimbles.
Waterman Ideal Pone 2.5 to
old and Silver Peek-
et Knives ..... ... 1.U to
GeM and Silver Cigar Cuttors.
Silver Comb, Brush and Mirore
Silver Match- Bees.
Silver Whisk *lreas.
nver Cloth" s Brushes.
Silver Pen Raeak.
Silver Darners.
Silver Nail Files.
Silver Manioure Seissora.
Silver Stamp Boxee.
Silver Baby Rattle. 6
Silver Child's Knife, Fork and 1
Pwksr Peelet Pencils.
9lver Eenbmreidsery Seiers.
Silver Shoe Horns.
Silver Seals.
Silver Traveling Cups.
Silver BeS Ben Bex-e.
Silvpr Paper Knives.
Silver Talcum Jars.
Silver Teeth Powder Jars.
Silver Tooth Brush Jars.
Silver Curling Tengs.
SiliVr Paper Knives.





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Pieture Frames.
Gilt Clocks.
Jewel Cases.
Musical Clocks.
Silver Ash Trays.
Silver'Te"el Trays.'
Silver Key Rings.
Silver Tooth Brushes.
Silver Military Brushe .
Silver Cups.
Sihlvr I:k Marks.
si1vr be Strainers.
Silver Tape Lines.
Silver Back and Side Combs.
Also a line of Cut Glass and Silver-

Se"n low Cata1om

Mr. Charles Gray and his mother.
Mrs. Fannie Gary of Brooksville and
Mrs. Anna Ray Gary Alexander, of
the same town, are in the city, guests
of Mrs. Fannie R. Gary.

The H. B. Masters store was so
brilliantly illuminated last night by a
series of sixty-candle power electric
lights' In the ceiling of the building
that people In passing around the
square were drawn there to admire
same. Mr. Hogan was so taken with
the display that he imme4lately ap-
pealed to the electrician. Mr. H. W.

Ih the -a of Jt O-
of kiUnn a.My L atL

finished this morain- Thest
an argument by -tafee Ansmip.e,
W. Davis that the oaly etaVM
that wich he waoe in the b-
met. That b p to
or cleared it aM ag fer
law because the mard aw s ret
ted two years arir as ese e tl
-ic-tes seg sMeL. AressuW r-
A. Berford oeM d tMs. e UM
be. The Jag e said that both
right and bfl wone w m aand w M
be edged a little to both meaatu

gumeats bogo.
The tet case to be e eame sas,
as the Swabo ease L doynod at
that Of C112841 Gary f ml.t, -e .....
for the kM h iat a Mr. row. TL"esW
here to defsd GOary are Am MJg

ea Brooksvfle. States AtusyT ut

Tt eae w aam VIMi
ville to Oea n on aeceuat ft the
tense feeling trb 6 # a ,
the -autortm o oeea rrts !ft
Mes as especial Interest for people
Ocalas beeaNSe Mr. C. GQary te a
tandant4 e as. Ocais bow. khw Mal
and rew to mAnhoo he, s
son ofm the s Dr. T. Gary. a pre-
went phmawap at thit av'.a w
years mayor cit Mr. Oary w a "
rated to Mrs. FaS.e a. Oary ars
Mr. W. T. GOary. he trial w-et -b
watched with interest.


e..I U- **a VMS 0~

rel of

bod. Th chld was so
ed that though every attestiss
given It known to medfcas One a
died n the Marles County H
yesterday afterseos. Mcver A
Kay took change o the remains,
were sent to South Carenloa r
acoompanee by the mother, h se '
being teo -teele to travel. Mr.-. r
Mrs. Btiesko with their little. o
came to Belieview some time ag" r
spend the winter with Mr. sad Mfs,


.Sunday evening pt D. i; th
miles north of ort McCoy. co w
son stabbed and klled Leaa g
ham over a dispute about .fve .'- ..
Both parties colored. M John Mten
was working for MeleodI the tuxmup.
'tine operator. As soon as Nelso
committed the act be led tor TIWt
McCoy, where lh other WiMi
hM4 himself between *w ato -ise
A pose followed de to e t t-,ae,
but on Jookcig In tha room am e
IgM n0otwn g* hbis there at he
hanl Bed, vwhic hb did as smm ss he
searchers disappeared. Deputy W. P.
Hutson was summ* od ad want to
wort MXCoy, but did aot capture the

The city tax bo-s wM -l oes
January 1st. I19W. All property owners
In the city will e snovemel a m et
Ingly. W. W. CLYAST,
Ocala, Ia. City tax Colecter.


Young man, steadily employed at
airly gooad wage, wants a wte be-
tween 18 and 9 years of ags who Is
capable of maskng home entoeI
attractive to keep him out tofa
company. Address, Ins trict owin-
dence, A. V., Care Star. 1-1-tt

WIFE WANTED-Must Maie Hast

By a competent and lfdiltrlowu
young man o Ocala. t come
a good looking amity and be epas-
ble of looking after hubble's week's
salary. Alme be entertaalagf sad at-
tractive enough to keep him home os
Saturday evdlnga All those deulr
ous of a good companion, address X.
Y. Z., Care Star.


DeLand. Dec. 15.-Frank 8. Suam, st
New Smyrna, was lat week convicted
of aggravated assault oa U. Ludtke,
and sentenced to pay a fine of S and

Themris eso ethda" b~r than m -
azines for a Chriatms prese" ;at
all the year; and Mt1ie Oi l e04 C"0
s bottom one lub raie. Cm W*a 4m-
get Prioa e te Im. e fair t y -lar
holiday goda at these me time. ao W
to have you o whether you hby or


Notice to hereby given to all em-
bers of the P. L & &C. U. of A. of Ma-
rion county Mat there Is to be a eal
meeting of the county union to mat
at the court hae mIn Ocala thel Ar
Saturday, the ascef d day of JauMary.
lsO. The object of said imetg tao
to elect officer and attend to meh
other matters as may eome before the

Taken up at my pace Mr LerM,
on Dec. th, one rom mare colt about
2% years old; white star i n e.
Owner can have mane by pay~l- 'fr
this ad and feed bill C. Y. Mille.

Our line of pocket knhrives i un-
equaled in the country. ABll nes ad
ktnds of knives, all umMise. An
exceptlmalfy pretty U ime t peart-
handle knives for both ladles and %*-
Utlemen. The MaIof HBrwas e Oo.




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Outr ine this year of Toys andDos, w t

enough for you to mdne yo1r seleh and

out every toy and doll in or stoe th s,e

selected one in Oa Remembe that its Kd

to thetheher.. Our ae vey low csd th

A few of the things we ta geatp

Dressed dolls from lc to $1.49
ICid body dollT from 24 to'$i.74
S,- JoiAted do fr1on to 59o

All kinds of fancy dolls, including the latest Teddy Bear
All kinds of mechanical, steam, iron, wood, tin and rubber
toys made up in different things at lo and upwards.
Iron wagons and boys' tricycles for 74 cents to $3.48

Horns of all descriptions, 5c to 49c.

Other musical tLys

Staffed animals. such as rabbits, cats, dogs,-elephants and
horses, suitable for pin cushions at 5c to 98c
Magic lanterns, pianos, baby carriages mechanical trains
and furniture galore and at the very lowest prices.



Come in and look at our IIne HI X.m oid
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The arbiter of fashion, the undis-
puted authority, these days, is "Kflag
ChrltWost -what he Mys ges. His
finger of approval points to the sta-
tionery dainties securaMe at the
Christmas gifts none can be assured
higher appreclatbm than the paper
and envelopes we sell in plain or
fancy Oe....




Letfading,, Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florlda~
An. mmeo dckdI d EEk Wasnt. 40MCarts
WCarad sCuoraiui an anes.
arm.SaddestLop 2860LWhs, ad SIM
carrliby a 2ki~ds m b dUs bbi.I to q"m-
an himbe '-dui roWIof is h8=i be mey

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THE FRA-the Best Printed Magaine in America.


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we wiln gt"eyou a ShhihpIn the. ln*MuatmalCoruiecechl
-41% Cours-A SubjaMt.Or "wN ilgive rou a ow"r~'Watchim.
Uol Mdel. 29 "wo"uee. itfvi"sma ous ewMPIRA alesub-
ineriptiona Alsto Ca* tiltnh puahI anlm~c
%Wont ik 940 smsehea SueroF 11l
Wo -seed your amistim ance, me-S.Ame wiing to pay for kin caw ash WEac
NowZ hhmwwrMeu -a --ftr Tam.its Nw in. b opumsrn

AQfa e..O.. o f*0eLowe. *,,., Wil. Cal aa As ly
move Used Hi. P re rto U***'s **6a* 4. ., .
His Pwrenal Spite ashltom, Dec. e l-
Jesup. Ga, Dec. .IL-Thib alty is Can t111er teAsmMi
greatly excited over the ashotita ir v L
urday night of Filemtg Smith, a ygg p w -I I-
druggist, by Sheriff Lyems d hisa -a ndfomt
an deputy. F. A, Lyos0 Bo ar e of a a- MI
powerful men and young mith wdM MM h a a
have had little chance against .eitLar m Huowa'd T" t mu p the "
or them They went to the -~ m..a. m -e -
where he was empo ed and M t aby him.toa um -I
shot him to piece.. y Mr. co da i
shooting was a re-rk. madeo t _bU M0 O "i.....
Smnth about an mnlt alleged to have o, us--t. y-"*1. -
been given a woman by young Lyraa. 5a nma i a -I
Fleming SmtM wasa t s sr youpp ters, taift 1.t
man. He was engaged to be m-rrli. the eAMtsati te U alsIa it |
and a pitiful scene took place betwepm n Andh state a l Mrli, a"a IO 641
him and his fiance ln the few m=&- ae _Manm.t f t i lutf4 oa *
utes of Iite left to hto after the shetM SmeM voters e te state. The pur1or
Ing. syiatem soht to be estwh- -vW
The coroner's Jury found the follow- law ls the state of elorida eMift&j1y
ing verdict: "We, the jury, atd d sfranblMs a majority 1 the whi6 b
that on the twelfth day A December, people o the state, and the entire n
IMS. W. B. and P. A. Lyeas did au -ro g per-tk-t
lawfully and withJUmalIe aforethoht -The white people of the SlpthemN
slay M. Fleming Smlth by sstts are under soealob ato
him with a pistol." chI1h and pro teft 0 eemM of M-- w
Sheriff Lyens and hiseonm were tak- enmment established by : he 4Cpti-
en to Savamnah and odged in the t, and to perp te Its form and
Chatham county jail. ,metles. They ll remember that
It was formed, 4J a Brge part. tihe
GUILTY OF COUNTERFErMNG sslavet Mee s of Viralala--Jmtly nam-
Sed the another of states and state-
Passing counterfeit money a--nead by Waahlagtan."
worse than substituatting soe u-
known worthless remedy for PNoIey' WOULD MOSTIAg 1 MIE FARM
Honey and Tar, the great Suh sand A fMrmer on Rural Route 2, 31 %,
cold remedy that cres the jasnt ob- as, W. A. Floyd by same, lss:
stinate coughs and heals the lungs "Bue's Armes lalytr cred the M,
Sold by all drugists wst ores I ever saw: aone *a
JOINDERWI LPhowhand and e 00a my leg. t Is wtto
more than weitgt hin suold. IwV
JOHN CHINAMANI not be without It it I haato fg
the ftrm to get It." mly 26e. at
Fifty Million Preatos Coal Oil Win al daug storms.
G tos sih Edmation of
the M athoe THEY SutR WERE
Chicago, Dee. 1.-According to a AFRAID OF DAMNATION

professor of the University of CWSl
eag John D. Rokefeller John D.
Roaiefler wil, aw reported sevual
mouthed ao, devote 8N, .*e to the
promotion of education In Orlutal
nation. AccordCg to, the atmy.. Mr.
Roecefeler win Min&t await the reports"
of Prof. roet s ton &ad& : PEf
Thenms C. Chas*etlKa, who have beno
coou.d labeed t lavetiaote oegtl-
tions in the Orient. Prot. Suarfs t.
now in India. sad Prtd Cba ses
and his son Ron wal start h~ Ca
next month. 4l '.,
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daufl the recent reveal seies at
Otterelm Ifunited UPOethr- vwehur
In the lower peat of ae *ointy. wer
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prevent the baD. TheregeW t Sthe about the houge is oe af thuse Aomy-
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ses ust. the ~g Cin Wmm to 00 a them to "IL.
presents. A. I tN.ewlr
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A, 1the- bov e o the b t wlldere re SIghtly. Th- b i' .e+' M-s "pi .
qalit -9 a .a- was t --d -.= m- te2 th f _ewa. .rs *,
r mttovc y that ^ such !I Dyrs t g lid IS.oe ww.- -w- *f IW^mve 4 q6 b .a ..d...+ i
sy the eane for les6. aa ,s aano,. b.1am t tbae r. "m'"" e i
A'n tt re r beivate -nagedom th Gwp* We,- he wh t om t he V+ W m"Ar m

The- V ari etye. "..W <.-.r- ---- -, ....
tF Ita *ly or by mom.ate wowe totwil sy s..apU flC g .- 4
se taMped eat bey It. *2a ower e I i ; w-ll
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ceemt pr it t I-re fotrw Ae. !mI
SAWm b ut s or Pans s singnogg, rou n ai sto Manig &I
C* o la M ton S 2 t:4S he geW mmd * -* *

second wOe. 'egN Who b ft
--- : o'cocr -Mte hea t wam ui"tw ,

9City horeW boarded by the month, "mer 173a m i 0 o8 .. fegul hewie a
~~~,0or boarded and laregd Weref dUto Cor.Atd. aO in S e b t e -ea-e *Pi ho w
Horss fed ad by day or mo lps 2:2, ta. t takwe other. a oll
~Hors~es~lowe and I: p v -Ladyst drivn, cont the TLL O N bla s 1A A
treated. Thoroudhdy e qulpped for the bet hoe r ad lady L

sc lent io brw a .. he.g.y aawath utg se n s sesbe a W SW SS S
Wbuylteaam twtl ovemn tas

Se Nnian M Bnnett, m t be ewr acd O thmu the ao s hlsto vm t I
GUIFRIdANTe Vr S o f Cam. a lhr a ma a*ia

a Ione 1 Unigh n 0 tone a1d p ele at or toy mobs. a or we will pom m

City Vetu'iaartaa Smith b m obe rts the furniture deal- T e a e O 1b fS J. J U
*U ~TB- ealag Jr Pacing-A^Arh B^^R ^ ^--B**^ ^^^i'^^^^^^^K'^^^

Day Phone, 180. Night Phone, 19L 2 p. m.--econd beat* Te- ,,O, CO.lhf. .,. j .^ cig
''-" __ 2:30 p. m.-Automobile race. I-1*-dw J. MK a. t P< t,
I p. m.-Third heat. ..
lDeebMer iS SEWNl -MMN -P-ft -.........
IVK 1:30U p. m.-ad-B race to bengy. It y "m .wt eW CamuS a e'
*ICIII V Each horse mst be driven W Its -- te-M ewIlg Me"... e -e d, "
owner. No track horse will be ad. call oror writ this lef mand ,us can L. -leol
PFFUNERA rIE CTORS emitted. First pris0 u -M ted VYOUaSbaua.
set harnm; second prize, whale1me A te m__e .. '4
whipa laprowbe. Donated by Knight A fullt ine of geael oMrdwam. arll % tsW Nwow
V-01-1 -- kinds of tin, enameed* qheet tben. ag a -cl at-Ml qj
D. L. MOIVER ALFRED L. OWEN 2 p. m.-Half-mil, 3-mInute class. cast Ien and Srate e Oktef ware,_ t.
tiairPr local nom-winning norek, purse na stock at our ste. Marito Hard- *
of $rW ware Company. 12-14
S2:- p. m u.- i race.m Cnsist of
F Biv L fr M -5 Ot hitching up ad driving one-half m" Au le
All Work Done e No.. ... track horse admitted. ust be I ,
balmers and Fuidly Gsurteed. towed oIn a buggy, and t no. iae a- Iamwa i i

low edAot harness. First, $1i0;s,, sec- ,
A P. m.-D&rub running race halt- 9R .n -1 D

A ig L i^ t *We have a ine lot of holiday Soods m-.e*ll2I 1
A AIR Loa fo and an we are not going to continue VWK Op -yo u ^ m"*6
handling the ine. win offer them at LOW RAM VIA I e. O W
0 A. S LI actual coat. The goods embrace many AT1ANT 1OA.T UNE yggy. daily bemi
Salrticles, mostly appropriate for pres- .l Iu T u- _T=.
ents such as shavbg sets, comb .,.and 2, Waitt, O. 0, amd IL RmOm wagalar ,.d 'f
s WVset% mirrOM military bruuhm, < D. S 6.7.1; good eelw< by onch 1.UMa". A S
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