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Is now inits second week,
and instead of trade lag-
p Igng, more customers are
coming than ever before
and the sales for the second
week willfar exceed those
for the first.
There is a reason for this.
Every customer is satisfied,
gets big bargains in /
tells her or his friends how
well they were treated, and
Hurry up and get your
winter supply ofDry Goods
whde the great Mill End
Sale continues at
LJ. K.Chybeletm, two a"'ap '~
W. J. Cow4L b wool
OuIsi G Am moulm 7-7--
nedtemtor, ~hi b17. (bn-A 4 i
W. L acimdy, an rne ,
Ji. CJ. ~* i.# mu.__
sofet petatom, & ptin
M&rW. IO-hrumt-l4M. gAr- L,
ew" frms. #Gi*& *8 -P s"W
I. L OWm. -two Wssloiftt Eg to
C~key SM ri Utepl. et tp'
J. X. DO O I slew. g .m ,
vot bsrw, plinwevim e pmywbbe u., .w *
mid pea vhoebut. 9 *?w7
arnd crab 9 M bY..
Ro*cM&M MW Wusaft A4.7 bft" & iA u*4f 7Tw
Saf unha enema. tal,. b wool ..... PW p
car abidwlbu" sm 'Ol&tolfte m, *l df am.
a"e Oak arm. mft gSnOIMO'C. it I W "
pwI. N a~ 9miammOe", ., m
tbme varioks.. - Wo i *
prw ePon*=m 5'ioo v- ~ j3~%emu~in
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P. -. flmte1
WP C O .3 .. .. .. .
earJ, ]ef. peW ~ iu
AD.. Booby. bi~w at "
H. P. u~m adwiwaWurniette:.4 emi.
Mrs. Owusorm CW immide U Lf.eI.b _
m"* MsW. *Cii
f 19-PW 4pp ;,4
m IW 14W
C. L. wITTmNGRt a O.
C L. iM M am I R. R. CeMo
Prersetors and Pubshbers.
C. L. MTTINOER,
EIter and General MainesI
R. .L CARROLL,
The schools took time by the fore-
lock iki noon and afternoon and In-
dolged M very pleasing exercise. At
the primary department very enter-
talaing exercises were had, with songs,
recitations and contributions for the
needy poor. The grades froM 4 to 9
at the high school building also In-
dulged In appropriate exercges, while
in the high school grades proper be-/
aide the usual Friday aftenet ltefi fh
exercises, the pupils of this depart-
ment sprang pleasant surprises e- tht
teachers by presenting Prof. Work-
man with a very fine fountain pen.-
Miss Bars McCreary with a beautitud
toilet bottle and Miss Halley. a lovar
leather covered memorandum book
with fontasin pen. Mr. Phil Robinson,
of the senior class. did the oratorical
presentation honors and did them well.
Alln all the exercise were delight-
fully carried out and left a lovely
Christmas atmosphere over alL
The picture that the lady drivers
presented as they lined up before the
judges and showed the paces of their
hoses as they 'passed by and "rove
before the grandstand, ezdd
interest and admiration
applause of the throng. A delightful
picture that will never fade from the,
appgory of the thousands who.naw lt.
There were.favorlte 4mndtheir friends
showed their loyalty to them and fl
was Indeed sweet incense to the souls
of the dear women who made so mag-
nifAcent and interesting a display.
Geld and Set Rings .$ 1Ja to $1*OA,
W ke s, -any priea.
Nedaeas ... ... ... to is
LChars ... .......... J to
ee Buttons......... .A to
Bmee er . i. .,S te
Fb6se.... .......... fa
o Tto M A
Beauty Pins, pair ... SW
e rd Chains ... .. 2 -
Ear Knod ..... .... 10Ato 71
itlsa ... ......... St 1*
Tileape .... ... ,
WA a soft i t lr* am
HatPines ... .... .... t
irrette ..- ,t ..... to
e~ ICT .. .....
Bslt Pir sr ekl ushe Sto
Emblem Pina, Au er-
dam .................. I to I
Eftblem harnn .... IMioio IM
Geld maa iikr ThiLsin*A
Wterman Ideal Pens 2t to is BI
et Knives ........ .US to UO
Geld andON Slve C *w CofeRs.
silver Cesd, Breae ad Mirror e.
lver Maeteh aeuI
Silver Whielk Brems.
Oerw Clohes Iums.
i8*ver Pon RNm.
SO~ n ers.
ilvr NaIl Pile.
Silver Me emee ISle s.
$oLver Baby anaus.'k
Silie Cld fet r -"-and S--pas
SftL Shee Horms.
ilWer Travelingi Cus,
Silver Paper Knives.
Silver Talcum Jars.
Silver Teeth Pewder Jars.
Silver Teeth Brush Jars.
Siver Curling Tonge.
SNvr Paper Knives.
Gilt Coeak. I
Silver Ash Trays.
Silver Jewel Trays.
Silver Key Rings.
Silver Toeth. Bruse
Silver Military Brushes.
Silver oBak Marks.
Slver Tea Straimers.'
Silver Tape Unes.
Silver Bok and Side Obmbh.
Alt* a Mae of Cut Ohass.d Silver-
*Sm IW C^ftbwS
mAL-MT *fmSS *TATE FAIR
W "k ae stops to think that there
are sea S 4kty-ve eemste bI tho
ist m auseI eeamy Is enlt ems
e* W e samMk bat I Un-r1ased
If" fe compe ese mde tweean
the Marion Oounty Fair, hurriedly
8gtens up, with no buildings to start
with and the state fair at Tampa. a
per~ahent orgsnV-rtIlo with- a big
subsidy trom the state. Three such
".ap prion put ,eawr would
vibr 0i*4tAe fair tn. Ue shade, and
badly so. in many respects.
.14JLPING OUT THE FAIR
e splendid agricultural exhibit
a the fair by the Marion Hard-
-are Company was a moot compre-
hensive one and will bring returns to
the eante sng company for many a
day to e.
f. A SBAUTIFUL EXHIBIT
Messrs. Melver & MacKay made
tae ofd the most beautiful A iblbts at
the county fair. Their model home
wu one of the moot talked of 41s-
playsW lipe bedroom was a model of
elega*~And taste and the dining
room and library furniture was pret-
tly arranged, the furniture used being
of the best. The room was covered
flower, and, selling with pretty effects in
mattAA, Vall paper and draperies, all
handleq by the firm.
THE FINEST SEEN
Some, ladles from Kentucky, the
lomue of fae stoek and poultry as well,
to say in the sradsts*d
yesterday that the poultry
l t the Marion County Fair
was the best they had ever seen ex-
eeptaingsome of th exhibts at the
Wora fFair ThO eqrtply speak"
well for, a huAtedty gotten. up opnty
MR. PEYSERS EXHIBIT
SMr. Charles proprietor of
the El Tropleo eCigar Factory, made a
most creditable exhibit of his cigars
at the Marion County Fair. He used
only stock goods and made no special
effort nor put o any fancy touches,
but the exhibit was a most Oeective,
one and will do his business A. great
deal of good.
The Star had a very ieasant call
this mor1n6 from Mrs. Ellen F. Bush,
Mrs. L R Halstead and Mrs. A. W.
Fesler, all pleasant winter visitors at
Belleview, l ho came up to compliment
the Star and grace the fair with their
pifeene. Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Hal-
'shid bhae been frmntqr visits at Bel-
leview. for many Ym,. wle Mrs
Felobr has been at Believlew before.
She comes to enew eqvaiqto-ces and
enjoy the peasant company to be met
there. Mrs. F. s from Loell. Mass.
An tbeOaUdmes ,beUlve ,l proessv
and eiati eunt and are enthus-
ls~2o .Wg|TSa for tnw wappomt c the
*neau those from out of town who
attended 4he faldr l yewra and reg-
tered. at the Oala House were the
spto.tg: A t I Anderson and -Wi,
oW. 2. Missn and wffe, In-
Borae &aM wife, York; Dr.
J. (. skI&a pand wife.,, A. B. Kibler
and wife. Dunnello; W.O'Bannon and
Wft. Maortomn: Dr. T K 4laufter
and e, Levon; I M. Harp sad wife;
ead two boys and Miss Anna Perry.
Bureka; 0. W. Coulter and wife, Law-
Isber TeLn.; I L. taford and wife,
When t omes to genuine sport and
hair itMana ,ftement, commend us
to the auto race between Jack Camp
and John 8pencer. Those who saw
the auto raes at Savannah with all
the glamor of foreign and domeetle
high sound chauffeur titles, said
yesterdays auto ra diaoounted them
a whole bunch. The beauty about our
eM was that every spectator could
see very inch of the track and every
movement of the runners. That both
drivers showed nerve and skill there
-Can be no question, and the Intensity
-of the excitement would rise as every
curve was turned and as each car
A and fell first one leading and
Other. While to the victor
.tlongp the spoils of praise, yet naoe
e es/in this case there were many
shouts tof approval for both.
The Star in its tardy mention of the
fair display, had no Intention of slight-
ing avy one, yet it did overlook the ex-
hlbts of Howard Academy, which was
one of the most complete and terv-
ing In the building. However, Ue we
get through writing about the fair, we
proposeto gtre the name of every ex-
hibitor nd prise winner and from the
splendid lsplay made there will be
glory and honor for alL
Should be Examined Carefelly by
We tnW to impress the i...ptanta
of this ona everybody. We are stating
facts, and are not moved by a desire
for -aB alone. We know the impor-
tance of, such, and take enough hu-
man Interest to insist and insist.
I& D. M. BONmW,
-Ofae Hours: to 12 a. m. and
1:30 to. 4:2 p. m. Optical ofMee and
lhbemtwry. resem 2 and 4 Gary block
A strictly high-lass, three-piece
orchestra, viaa piano and cornet, eI
* .. ~fA
t f Jos
'EWW~ U'3 .EEUUXifl
a JJL 04lnt#. s
We amqoh~ ey6Jt~
W. 40 q rN6 149f
lift~ n~~ 4"
.*j -lp 71 -.M
I I .-- so.
& A. L. OUDAY RATS.,
The -holday rates on the eeio '
went into eff.t oB the Lth -ad tick-
ets will be mold at the nredA roteM
until January 6th.
FOR 8AaW--Two male, M sudeik-
er wagon and ot erlatnrm lplphp ;
200 bushels of eCon, 1 ates at ba.
Apply to Geo. B. Stela, eldt. 1-T-
No iswsAMtime to bwoeon
We have aLl the k'gr~dsW
atbs olu btely fput it o
incmm"Wmo he- cmw" sam-
teto tio N"alm Spinaiouttetis
SPI.1N0 SOLUL #AI
or TwanVy4lVe -aw
laId an the No*hmspurw, wso s-
A. C! .' Lgaiune. LOnegoo$ ia-re
osI v. itth id r boe"$well. it
feet deen', a g 0 eaaa
turInim plow; 1 lSIN 2'acow se,
and and.. ~ aeso
to 4w $V etenee
11-36 J. W.OSTuf.P.
TURKEY'S IRST PR~h~
Pak5 Vde eq ef t "w. m
use*aly cbme l~sm tumbi.
rim d o It*ith (. v
tMe MU "&w~e *to sdm m lp Y
-*a be d,.h~* tsoft "414
71"' teal *. a~from J" ma
somet s eqI"e %fta ILh
in "m~~ t.~~-
b* the pual~
t in lster *,4sm
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the "AN U AX6"
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is bweIlu.isma~d Su S
019ft .Is& a 1 1 ........ .......
Mm bdr w
ob *W ip I
you =UK 166f
4=20dsince"fw -NisCe* s e
oft. F. go-- si 49
.1M n s.
a is .,I" a "Ply ft L .t aim. !dm.0---!, mUgat v
vowe tq.R a*plimu no
awn a" t SON. wt Se 4msoifi.Room mii_ w
loo ift~. 'Ws"".4odva
vi54. m IL a aCounty. to W40k MBhS:toe
1M4, ~im IL inde. ."mDcSd
'em Is s thMTm t0"e.*Cmp aTh Ole 410" ;man oftbe i t"teb~Ui
-Ohm** tO I* r ~ W 00011- esqusiel.3qud
*CHO=cu ra rr It w be tMSerrf-
Rveryoine known we handle tbb 4w tory boubiul ea Vie has m" south by
* and our rs are the most relo~a-. the Suweamec efrer: waft 'by the Wfth-
Mle. because we buy arid sell mom .' Iae~ebee river.** wtha by the Pl m
Dom-t buy util youotphome or GeogiaUse, wasIn M a O St hu D of m
wrta 9-he s yte4 o~ I Mwa Wof __
MWv W*Smmnow004mv reft o
a~ ~ U1"M FARM
I Jb~A OWWW Ruts2, Zngp"
-W* Alm m -p.aaId 'AM&bA
Gdbn e idb"Ma Tg4.!r"' as
all" W WO
HIML a whiw$ was taken 1 IiIie
Moatliedle MKfMight and lsbetw
Th -inini L Ohe *S
holy we~ft dq r64Feft. woetir4mca
r" --rewbk nolIg by a Passhing burner 14 his wayII
a Sd4.najw~u tiledt37.
A Tbe criue oe-wiAe S toi
VOLWS UONU*AA 1*31. 1mpetrOWtedI a e mqatg As kt W4
X.Uew~pmekag4e. 3Emswmds31ew XpmIWowmck s: 2s.r-ol at
~ueini em~ b~ Whe frtst nsuftel "d.0a othe muti
WWLDSY ALL9U&IT DoefflowS &aid MRlm, ms*no"
hewing 6h elm erntt.4by bMm. I
his afoemi, ow mpeiul
low v-otr* sitweism
tWu14mg 0WOieyone bhit of Ads
esmyheet of the w.pssd lyn4
Urn. UEe*JIVto o wo .wbem I
dilwas. gua4 Wby a A 41,sheriff tta
3 ,th migbt. The mph vitotto the jo
6" Ad sooegh moofor thek sb. uG
__f On -Sim.4Uy be wbe mimwas
night aorwl' the0i3Ms and m
Tb. 2lWasmeca im of MID..
i Ift um xM~~~~PREC
Swl 3i~&. M~ NY. w qe. '1 wsocs3er. TM s kw o
bMuGdew o"61%, am. wms teeat"I
4 *W mtD A*et4Zf
-ovi* t0dbo~w .1u
aned, &"'I fto IV". ~or,1weofei
hey'sKiftey Rem"W. -After taki
two botatlesI fek lt a w perN
ft and feel It my dty lhe tefiRom
4Weeor m&7 sold~ ! an auggstg
10 1 _j, 'If vi
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ol .0 -
4mm Milkaes b! an l
00 tocieSk Ws
ED ja go ft unwkekthe Iold a00
liw my".sow. He keeps ..As
mt. k~ls t h-eb eit eoce.k*,
15- LUIE .VWAGON$p4*i
tut WM E mpa'mm = V sLh"7 aM
YLOU ~~atmull to be fresi at tm.An& -u
all- wok I* iewS.w mty 35aEt106-7,
one*Immoow us miii -
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But I i you nftv
Pt The mat swat wm 66
cdumbw in 149L..
for now, and -let plod vist"d It' a WK mr* 4p. AW
iAbi mameam, SOW to vwwm
us do the wathft wbo" mml Vim Alf
pfles to gowd -*Wiftft. 06 w Z741w
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watly adepw 1w thw O&A
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FURN13H YOURHOME.. wmt fta to Ago*& fob wo, W-W
YM" IMW. aim a0*74. "IT
6w am NM a- I A, NOW
hlil' U bWft.
#-Ao- XSY *Yam
it b" an mw"*bwwn euiiio
&low ib* ;6 a" ho,
bduc thW amt OMM'ftOW 40 00 MAI
eaMumt Moft beiftbmmeg *6
rb" -to as awtaft 4t XM se 4. S bsi at id'hims;
7."*fto*, wbkb *imft'&vw I ft "Watmv, at am
1A in Nei.
creva The pefteow aftsby
maw*. a" &AW-4606%, doom.,""
rahle& covsk rum WvAd'
chwbom- am embid jkm&it iw f*obW
sow 1w aW ft&
=am oftsobw W. 420" bam-
a" maw,. r"y A"k at
bu" pwtma 49 ftle not bm . i
a" "am* aim&
Mism of odk:e@"W, e*4 VMS` =@ft
Cme in uA ft& the =#w# over with im We have oftw, ksa.ft 4&&.Agoa mic -ft" a 7 -7 . . . . . . .
bo& lam of ow b* ww&ouw pai*ed to the 0 Oaft gW ,III A". Ift a"% fts, bowd& I- Tse.-
the coUin with the ukat and at SSAW.M Dw yam a Cold
UK the ft' Aft
mmmmlp m" as by &*aft
tbm tblkt at.11" ___' &MEAtka
b" "a by lift" ialift so, I-look.
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A" 6& treatom" am W'.dw
veseshob A evook
ftleaso Husk me ft wo a 4wi iW416604
ouly so maw ig ma"Nui 'A
CASH OR VREDIT aft-mm
Mw MWkwows bohm OMVvs* A6
We hwe au Has, lwv *And Pic-
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The -M at Iw obitim.. ou'Rop'. p''Wo
patters" n a MW
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We do ary&,A Ind ~s .
SemftdersSuitW, Warm owe Uvplml
OCALA, .:"f:1ORIDA hau. tywigs
Of Ce*& Fl~r~hT.e I U06. w-.~4M
to ahuminamw W.e~~tuSb
Comm a m 4FW- r ~uu~d
the ,h "-Wt
&or sm b traAad
Emm al ft lof mr bod am" d
W. SM. amcM. Bom "a t. Um*wo
at Wehavaftli~bimo oftm I
All'sjma tc .*i~~
Thouaazhdiof ladies uferale vrymnt. e.,. m u
If you do, stop andthink. Is it natural? mb*el a vs ~
caly and positively-NO! Then make p y.Leetoe ahimae .
mind to pi~~veiit or cre th aedleus Bad rsoft.,.Ci...la, 4wba
TAKE ft Halo 1w Ir. b-a. NI"&.. ~N
touet attdt~yo aNgta"
itwm Ip ,You
61 suffeed 9 y r'wriwUtes &m & Zra. JIHas. settle" fsemp*a. fta a, too Oftw
kliof Cary, Ky. "I had female Irouble and ~HOUse a"4 ~Ui~ebrtd~
nearly cramp to death. y acknd ad& Would Wwlm ~emp the f1h_ *,
eaykilime with ai.Itrid taf o
lif;butfailed, &Md-at lad .t X low ,
Wear, twe" at IMS We~
NOW I cai & mytwiam& ande-1 On
*. ~ .1.
n i i I
MAYORS COURT I BUSTED.
Mayor Nash's court Ot f bus
ness this week. Withttandia
the fact that so many peopl4vae-vlfi
ted the fair this week, there have b 16
only two cases in court all week. t1
measly little drunks, with 45 fines eac
NEW IRISH POTATOES
New'Irtsh potatoes 40 cents a peek,
t Martin & Chrn's. 12-11-m
EPWORTH LEAGUEI SOCIAL
The Epworth League will ive a
mocal at the Carlton Hoo m* tonight at
:230. All friends of the league are
ordlally invited to be present.
SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE
If you want a new Champion, New
lome Sewing Machine, never used
all or or write this office and we can
givo you a big befgalg.
lADSON'S BIG *
F. P. Gadson's Bazaar Store has
the second floor of the stare arranged
into one grand department of bar-
lains. In this department ar several
thousand dollars worth of merchan-
dise, both staple and fsacy. For In-
stance there is SL werth of shirts
alone, at the Job cost price. Ladles*
shirtwaists, skirts, all kiads of no-
tions, toys and &aey goods. great
bargains picked up here and there In
New Tork City by WFank Oardon,
paid for la. cash and will be sold at
prices heretofore unheard of. This
large stock of goods Was bought this
tall for the Jobbing trade, among the
country merchants but the
Store has decided to throw the
lot on the market at retail. Don't fall
to visit our second.floor store and be
convinced of the bargain prices. There
is nearly everything that you will
need, either for regular u e'r holiday
trade. Among the goods to several
hundred dollars worth of reworras.
THE--dw BA Prop.
12-7-dw tt Prank Gadaon. Prop.
A HINT TO FLAGLER
To Build a West Cest Reed free
TaIsahassi to Tampa
The Florida East Coast railroad has
made almost a paradise cc a former
unlnhabMtated sewta of Counatry and
contribted nulious e6 dos to the
table weak of the state.
What this road has dae for South
Florida would be done for the west
coast, and even more, it a road was
built along the entire west coast from
Tallahassee to and beyond 'lampa.
The west coast has many peculiar
advantages of Its own,. and advanta-
gee not equalled anywbete on the
American continent. It is not neces-
sary to enumerate them here, but they
can be seen, felt and heard by all. men
who become acquainted with the con-
The entire state, and particularly
the eastern section of it, owes a debt
of gratitude to Mr. Flagler.
Who will be the great man to come
along and build such a road from Tal-
lahassee to Tampa?
It is practicable and could be made
very profitable, developing one of the
finest regions on earth.
In fact there should be a great sys-
tem encircling the entire peninsular
from Jacksonville to Tallahassee, di-
verging from these two points to the
great market of the north and the
great food section of the west.
Such a system could be made the
finest and one of the most profitable
Per hasp Mr. Flagler might be per-
suaded to extend hs road as Indicat-
A HEARTY APPETITE
Is what most babies have. but is of no
benedt to them if they have worms.
Be sure your baby is not troubled
with them. Sure symptoms-always
hungry, rings under the eye, not
gaining In weight and yellow eom-
piexron. A few doses of White's Cream
Vermifuge will expel all worms. It is
a positive cure and reliable. Price 5
cents per bottle. Sold by the Anti-
Mrs. Hubert Bitting and baby have
returned from a visit to friends In
Citrus county. There were accompan-
ied by Mrs. Bittlag's sister, Miss
Th Ocala News C. Is the oldest
heI-m i tIhe ity nM dells, te~s, u9M k,
and, in fa, im wve ryisi ye my w ed
fe nthe hdays. -Estb--M hrty
We have the prettiest tlie f heli-
dey pepers in town at the O ala meW
Co.; nkee for presented.
I am prepared to do all kinds of
house painting, outside r Ierior
work, in first-class ma e A ok
fully guaranteed. Find Mat the
Owen bome. No. 4 N
street. 7- t,11474
SPECIAL BARGAINS T
Frank Oadson has eM diplap.iWn the
second story of his tore a lot of spe-
cial bargains In w ai
,need anything la In W IU
take the treble to
you will be more ta
quality a prices et Wdaglat*
ed l- eaI-.- |*(- -
amy develop ie.
night are quickly ed;;
Honey and Tar, as It oota
membranes, heals the
pels the d from them timy
by all druggists.
POR RUNT-A l- t
throughout, with electrRc lihts a
bath. Situated on North od
Apply to H. D. Stokes. 12*a=
City horses boarded b/. the moa
or boarded and cared for if desire
Horses fed also by day or meal.
Horses and all domestic anim
treated. Thoroughly equipped
performing any operation.
Scientific horseshoelng done.
E. P. GUERRAN ,. V. S,
Day Phone. 13"
Night Phone. I
300 page pencil tablets.. 4c
400 page pencil tablet.-_ 5&
124 page ink tablets-.... 4c
120 page bond tablets.. S
Standard makes of lead
A good lead pencil for..
All of the Above are of the bet
quality and it will only take a look
from you to convince you that you
buy the same for less.
O1 Use Easrelom ~4~
pal how*ef a s b Hk
Ream&I "baft Owe -wlse
0e~ato, Owe Owe In s~Oig
Dow' Oow Thubm aI~
sey-Usewi ad a" Vb" Guadwm
Uectalos 'amu~tt.0 Smals
- -alo-br Grade.
SOMe. '1=1 e -69y V
second and TWirdGradee.
14*4L s. I
mim Raw, crea.*...-...-...
Kim CofilS W *4
jam Aw Ieie ft..
8me~ mattlse Pon.... puI
Mis ft aflOWW.w
Mrs. AUcsM ...400.".
MIIIsCs % C bdpsi" .............
jams C16aM illi....
Kiss Tomal i .....1
Mm DAft&Desst.. .. ... ... ...
Sim" Mnsno w
A Pack for Fli
D.. LMIVER AIF VU W Lnt W
Fbi Coft ad bfW
All Work Dow. by Lic*4sd Bur
beolmes mud Fwl4 Giwmted..
Ope ns 00o Mloby.ofthe
Offers the vcryq.a s ofce
VO-.'. b Aw~r
Get your as eat.
Recitation. 'd Lie to See Santa"
-Mau d Howea.
Recltatle, "Weomeo'-By The-m
Sons "A Statr IbSh 1 the Malv-
Reciatlott. A Real Santa Cland"-
Qotetion First Grade.
Rec tat. "How Saa TraTvelT-
sum *,To Santa Claw-eeond
"Hanm up the afats Ua tokis-
Concert ecitation-ecoad Grade*
Song. "Shine out Blessed tar"-*By
the schooL *
- ". "
Fancy Cakes, Candies,
, .,'i.. ^ :,
Coandes Namber 9 VO W
Kiss Mary as. paoll ..rw ... 4.
Ms. W. E. m
mKim May _.t. ..... sm 1
Kss Mas" MsI *sfls .. MOD
Ksr. Tiis s r .. 1
Kim Dora n k1i1
Miss Manaie Thrmy. U o .
Mimm Louise Triabeb DWA me lO
in" Re ,, JW ,
Mrs. Van Sood 6:e.l
sm ,I ",.
at the PSetis00 um ee 14 ij
W. W. CowleMM wbo spaf4 ahi ws*
ters at Belevlew 4an the *-m i0
the very fine biMary hetlid tl M
was to town ta y ms atI. mit M
Allen RoASn, the goWM iaS0M"
et, represeatia the a.
Winter Expoelton, up t
gro-lds yesterday -
We w tae plea i h U
you ours d k s e p4, "a4-u
fames and tooth powder. tt
Mr. Bert RedtaI,. a o fo i
financlers of JIn aasvile easIe
yesterday to visit his W ther "
FOR RENT-a w m aw te
tage with electric ai-to it4M
owner Tuacav d ieat sa Se U1 ta.
Apply to Dr. I TL Vm a 'tV
tine w I '?
Mr. e . nDm-a, emw At t he
erans of the btae a" 6 eamrt BAAAwI
steady near Atn o m w- t LW.
day to. tak eI 14 M r. Be pd has
respects tohe8. .
All proaemPt9us *S atd a tOwfA
Mmopoly Drtemtore are Im a4 x
drugs and cbemedalf iea 6
the Purq Pood Lav. Thfug a" -U
chemi akalw, umamate o at 1; 't
Parke Davis & CWaS' emty. o!"
none equal, guaranty No. 6. Ali
the best. the mesta.
After sufserl somae he-e withAg'
vons disorders mad adodao"
dent. Mrs. Jaa K. L. a&wid*ow,
took her own af timfe k dmort
yseterda at her aisims e the
Boulevard near Bagleys witches a teM
Port Tamps ear Ite. A boiset them- a
revolver held in her We had etagM
the left brema Iat bJ e iust
causing death a few ill.
Tampa Tribsne, 12th.
IF YOU muMT ORIm
See Hoga anad get a &ood, raw. d*t
A full line of eaeral hardware, all
kinds of tin, eamneled sheet thep,
cast Iron and granite eeooking ware,
in stock at our store. Matres BE11.
ware Company. 12-4H
FPley's Ornloo Lamative cares ceromSle
constipation and estimates the wer.
Orino regulates the bowels so they wfll
act naturally ad yor do not ha .to
take purgatives coatalnuosly. old by
all druggists. br.
Old Seats Claws ins1 hex is -w
wants. Letter beKis the -aa
Red Credh CHRISTMAS STAMPS
Th stave saburn ati be
obusy mpam ted chw. I
0r000 pfa at o hate$Nt O
HURRY IF90d=IS S WA T MON1 "
wh le an 61a i n, tb~ it
Thome lom isaft
f&Wvof'ws=6 mft *et
fasot ocs m ueowU la be
weCU '1 are 00n -Othee-,fss4dSC,
wso"O- It ma
Im f y ftM6Mko vR N
OVNaROwA aw. CAM,.
o on IfDelft, safaabr
. .a. . . ...
ILI. rar & ~ 1.
Alibd Owes. Mr. I mblekmv 067'
Tang& abS em, hfsut eno mes&b'
math w bth his thsad w;.I"
'I i iJibe-
In the Right PlaUce M. black .-
At the Right Ti.me . Poo .
yosuwadt ud you saly js 1s u ...
Sery csl.rt you c havewihla M a M L I.
SPERFECTION K-nbnt6a sweet peat* gou-
|J10 AL. --- 2 0106 IW k. Wa
A, mw So@*, (W.k..
w14 0-,oom f.,-ovs IILS *TAHPAf N c
F----- -t -**-el Bi> test reld 41 A i *a w,-- -
J. Ru BowlRI
w- t i. y. f
-t. wow a t W. N. WSbals.I *
b pM n -s- A9I m al t wn I*m Ammap
Fode Muaradi team i d f s1e Ene dmIeutho MrL-G. / fta a a
youhA H owrW asItch or a Intlifatlo i C ourt, dedrntot l T lah po tatN
,, O .i"m,.r. .. Ig j
d * %*' *'h t r WA
i&~UN 1. 8. Ta e toag m to
p7For Dy.p1ia n. s
th. Stsmac 3khin' S you-aIk 1. BI r bmw
etc., a ittis Kasd. will R disvs yea ahm. tlasl tamtn
oadol 11pMmis tOl -tloartmr Wa 1mr m A M W
sad aywpe a amWSC- .-
When your ftoiofsch eaot~do Is Crts fff~ causstan, fle .s *
work proper, take to t j f3 Mstinkg uees twa Let
help your sistomacy. Koop, bth st
a*choom nrests. S or04-- us u
Why? Bca=M Koanl does the *m .- a Me She -nge potsa Emeary tItes tI 1*. Sat F W
sane work as a atrwoausmh, sad odetl htopreipe aselihhMlu teatoS, bnsli benmMM hotM.
dols Ite I anaural way. iment. C. DeWitt a Oc, Qases J. 3 Wheosw bene otd wls p ot F. ^
SOLD mY THE ANTI-MONOPOLT DRUGITOm OCALAS AOmLA. tstsoS ml ees. 4
George W -in sft" -
THE FRA-the Best Printed Magai1ne it Ameica. W."U.WUebpm sarss
RE _ARD ri&^
". W. w kushs velet bse.r
We will give you a Scholarship In the International Corre1pomdlnce Schoel We t s. w w
-5100 Course-Any Subject. Or we will give you a Howard Watch, $50. Wm e m *
Gold Model. 25 year Guarantee. if you send us 1- new IFRA wyaine Sub- GOWL W. WIMne, afe . I. Usda
scriptions. Also 25% Cash Commnies lou Paid on all Subecriptiens. Mi- Agge Tour ga- ygi gtw.
We Want ds Ntw FRA Sfbteribnes Befre Feb. let, 1-
We need your assistance, and we are willing to pdy for It In Cash. ach After a er easan visit t th.
New Subscriber Means 50 cents for Y ou. 1 Net Subsrlbers secures for b Ka ma- ,4uftg a
you a Howard Watch or an Internationml Course, FR. in addition to the Wir Stu ckreB fpta Udax lM
Money. The Subscriptions to be sent within three moaths tiae. Write to- f ~ j 3.abs:.
day for Special Selling Outfit and full particulars. THE RA Magaxnte at o.
all First Class Newsdealers. 25 cents a copy, I a Year. O!0r reference, Mr.a my. t P
Any Bank in the Country. Nortolk, V
Miss mBee Bashop of Mfnta*o spe t-
THE ROYCROpr vnS, EA ST AURORA, NEW YORK. Sunday here.
Mrm. A. Harris left sear fI'
,Jackonvlle to vistM Mr., marris.
Miss z34m Coif -ame 3&h gm.o
0H L ~ A mW A &Warden of Issed OGre .p-t Sett-
day in Chra with MM. Mlh306 s.
lMr. A. Ass of Ptas speat
SuIday at the 3e1tt Ueese.
HOLIDAY RATES uw7tt = I
Miss Ui Mc3nalV a Meas o m
visitite Mrs. J. N. s t ., .ek
VARev. R. M WOlms.,sem Ws-
day nearing fr Mh to at
state co~erse. .
CO SLwas at the Rsiitt a NS00
in Augusta, Ga.
ATLANTIC COAST LINrs. .X.a"ao
TO A I T alrMr. 1. HuBarst,. w.t t h-+t ir
TO ALL POINTS co .. o.a.w=. in a". avd..
guest ol It Uoow ift &&a,
\ Mrs. A. M. 9*wt aos taby ow atd
Mrs. Fort's lathe, Dr. PanrMsftr, a
South of the Ohio and Potomac and "w"" I"S&
Mr. Neuner's bwase em Churek afetit
East of te Miss ippi Ri s caught ire lets Ths reday. i t uee
East of the --a *-~ *w9damage wasdome. The. AwC0cu104
b ya defecti*e O.W
Messrs.L. I l Mugia w....
Tickets on sale Deoember 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 and Jan- teromUsh pwita nat at*ea-
uary 1, with final limit to leave destination not ditt houtseht s -W"
Mr. J. W. Cro sby oatedly i -i-"
later than midnight of January 6,1909. f GeGov e sa .. p.
sense u.s -wa a -vn psei t a
break tin Ma.. I m ft' 3i-dt t ei
swaf ft *=ft V owtbw m-
anr&a bdt am wsL. was eng
For tickets, reservations or Information, call o nest Atlantic Coast the jotrbier e bm bma-e.
Une Agent, or .1
J. W. CARR, T. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. DOWNT IB 90 S -
T. C. WHITE, G. P. A. W. J. CRAI, P. T. I. Abet yIs who V oneeripp. l
WILMINGTON, N. C "" _-8 -
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