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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 19, 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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Volume ID: VID03042
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Volume 14, No. 174.

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Is now in its second week,

and instead of trade lag-

ging, more customers are

ever, before

and the sales for the second
a- 4

week will far 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

others come.

Hurry up and get your

winter supply of Dry Goods

while the great Mill End

Sale continues at



Two Hunrd eadbop
of Eve toiL~a

Talla.assee, Dee, 4 0. ,--- WEu'jB g. ''
sale ef Everads "ae a e
and the Internal "tpAoetst
the Talue of Mee, bt t tfshe rfa sr. am t-too
per acre to not isw. It ls aw ,tH .Mlll g lM r' tl
ever, that $,M- wwas- paid M. P E#
the remaianig pegmests to be n@ Wmwd&pe
three or four additional 1'-mIa.
A New Orlesans ONO is I
stood to be the purchaser. M 5 1W O Wmi0' 1g
wardd has for ,mever m .lm to a, l, NE
very active in the auntter of WW& OfB t"I gl.
lng for the gale of .lads b sl e
term of ffice e pirss ad It .m....
that one or more' ea4itional i le V M"
win be made betre t General Olulat I I-
SIumrattrated. What. the p 9 "y
that gentlemah will e b the ith ta~
of disposing of the laB s min toh
be seen. *. IIirvlf
Mrs. Ada L. Crooas, the wMegp
known proprietor of tie COm aT i. __
Vaughn. Miss.l ays: Vr seral a
month I suffered with a sers eswe g et W
grip on me, W" a frtmid I f m '
ed Dr. Kigs KN Dbsorwy. I N- I, WAm* "a
taking it, and threi bottles afsa s
complete eure." iTte ime b S -2
saving cough and cold reame r2W
luta and throat healer i wld t
Sold at all drug stores*. TSW.. .
and $LM. Trial bottw"W fMee. 13-"
A MEAN TRICK MW p tta-t the
Briatol, Ten.h. Dee. .-W. u i
Inodson, who spent Toursdq7 alht M*
aU as the rebtat of a warst a ,-.
out by his wtfe clharglg him w. -
having threatened her INts, l eanmd t h b'li
full meaning of Sthe mear4.aU yf ea th t -
terday when be teared that bhib g M
been rooming at is bouwLe. .M
was released and went in *uen of Mi lt' ,
only child, taken by the women. .l' l
Mrs. M. XMcaey. Preenti, -,ne .
writes. "Iwas coted to
4or three m nths wth
bladder trouble. An-dW- Ws td.
two phylsicians b tut fl to Met q1M t ___a
No human touane 1 te1 how I 1
tered, and I had give a p hepe of V
getting well until I began dftu -
ley's Kidney Remedy. A l a /
two bottles I tet IUk a Rw page, B bi
and feel it my duty tot ell see gg SI
wonme what Fble.r" Kdey i r ... ..
did for me." aIOd by an drun-ie .

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Must Go the LaeMer. 4ler,.ied tek
WaMhington, Dec. 1.-Postmaster-
General Meyer announced that be wl-R
not renew the ordr of December. In?
permitting delivery to charitable or- -
ranisatlons of letter addressed to ;
"Santa Clauns." Numerous compltatiosWe have an e iaB,
were made by many charitable orgm*- W.S1f Wi
Isations that owing to the la a -
ber of such letters taken by cheri4e
while the order was In force, It W~s.
Impossible to investigate each case
and presents fell into the hands of the :
Because her complexion was bad and
she could find nothing to clear It up. pi I
Ladles: a bad complexion Is caused by '
an inactive liver. An Inactive liverf. It i Ait t aw
will be put in perfect condition by tak- .",
ink Ballard's Herbine. The ueqall-.
ed liver regulator. Sold by the Asti- 0
Monopoly Drugstore. *
Oysters Were Never so Cheap Al-ea
Ch-apake ay

Baltimore, Dec. 1.-11n-e the oy-
ster season opened, thousands of bush-
els of fine Chesapeake Bay oysters
have gone to waste, the dealers besin
unable to find a market which weld
net a reasonable profit.
For the Airst time since the Coated-
Prate war. probably a dosen Egs wM

buy a bushel of oysters and that bsh-
el will open nearly a gallon. The cost
of opening-twelve cents is almost the
price of the oysters.

A farnwmer on Rural Route 2. .pkm. 1
Oa., W. A. Fod by name. aoa:
"Bucklen's Arnica Salve ced te two .
worst sores I ever saw: one en m
hand and one oa my ef. It is worth _
more than Its weight i sld. I neU Ww P on& ub0l1t0 4
aot be without it if I bad to u ... s' POW
the farm to get it." Only 2t. at
au d srug tore ls.w
LIST OF THED OAD 1SO pop bfd. ..- -.
Of the HMatig Sea eina Maimw F est m4_'4
Up lats' ,.,n.. W S 4.. .. 'o
August. asaiae. Dec. U.-OlxhAom
death may ftalrty be care to th
~8eJm' bigah' l5t ,wao j-nu .- 6 I
Maine. which de d December ,It" h StS 11-1 i
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number dt Inquires as to what it wft
and where it caIie rom. It came f=i .-f f" r-o *W llh W'
C. L BITTINGER A CO. British Hondurais.-.L
C. L. "ITTINaU & CO. : -..-. A f ::
The list of exhibits which appeared
C. L* Bittiner and R. R. Cas'sl in yesterday's Star should have been
Proprietors and Publishers. credited to,vthe Banner.
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C. L. BITTINGER, Ode of the prettiest sights to the
Editor and General Manager lovers of good b6rdus and graceful
-^ drivers that has been witnessed at the
R. R. CARROLL, driving park during the fatr was little |
City Editor and Bus.iness lnaer Miss Vrintaa5 Bsltrunk, the winsome VIa. "I
ten-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. : M:,ai-. gII
S. T. Sistrunk, driving her father's i*
A CROWNING SUCCESS handsome three-year-old colt. "Hal," : P.
around the track at 10 o'clock this -h *
The last day at the fair though not morlrag. A great many people w *a
th,. l-.ast. closed its gateg to the best Miss Virginia handle the beautiful B A
played vrowd of people la-t night that animal and she did so with as much A DW .J 110 to
,vr congregated for any public occa- ease and grace as the best driver, old A-. .tea.
.sion itn the forty-six counties in the, or you. who has appeared on the
state of Florida. This may be putting track it Atrong. all the same it n true and compimented very highly upon her
the fair was pronounced the greatest skill as a horsewoman and the beau-
Success ever scored in Marion not ex- tiful appearance of the horse. I
'*,pting the balmy days of the Sub- The colt's dam was "LuAcy Hall,"
Tropical Exposition of 1889-91. which the fine mare that Mr. V.strunk lost
in those times was deemed phenom- two years ago, and his sire Is "Pat -
nal. as it was the second of its kind Wilksa,? ,the beautiful black, form- '
.-ver h.lId in Florida and drew people err owned by Dr. J. R. Blackiston. 1 .
from all over the state and way be- of this city. and famous the state
yond to admire and enjoy .he display. over. -H arejI aI b, e3oa Is 1 olO
In a word. the fair ended In a per- Hal Is a blue roan, a stallion, V M
feet hla e of glory, for the exhibitor., and is only three years old, and when i
the management and the attendants. properly trained and ftlly developed. s
Nothing too good can be said of the will be one of the best and handsom- IU. | f ,^ 4' "..
men who did the work of the fair. est natice bred horses In the state.
Me,,rs. George Robinson and David Mr. H. J. Ham, manager for Br. Sis- C/ ---- . -.
Williams. who are the uncrowned trunk's stock farm at Sharpe's Ferry,
kings of Marion when it comes to get- Is caring for the colt and Is very
ting up a county fair and the lady proud of him. 7a.
managers are none the less deserving *
of pratise and eommendatin for the Among the chiUdreq's work at the
sp":nd work they did. namely. Mrs. fair was a doll's outt aId a dolrs
E. Carney. Mrs. S. R. Pyles and t Guarane.wfori6
Mr. Wn. Gist. In a word everybody worthy of special enon. These.
c(nnlcted with the fair. officers and bert, the pretty little five-year-old
all did their work splendidly and the articles were .m 4 e by Mis Alice Col- -f
same is recognized by til who saw daughter of 3r. and Mrs. W. L. Col- Get V
th" Iair's progress and the work they nbert She' made t i withoute as-t..he ny"ir
;ro-at interest centered In award- compliments her work received. ets at 2:'
Ing the prize for the best general ex- Amon the man article that at-
hibits. The contest seemed to lay be- traced attention n the woman's de-a
teen Mr. Z. C. Chambilss and Perry apartment of the colored exhibit was a de em-ra P. IS1-. '
I quilt containing 1,200 pieces, the W Ao "AM Hall the. -t or "
In citrus fruits Messrs. Crosby handiwork of Florence Barton, of the Nia- me
Wartmann captured the olue ribbon Blitchton section. She named it the Cha. a cc .err -. "
of this award we shall have a word "save all." because a thrifty saving I lpit.
I;,tr. Col. W. N. (amp secured sec- person will not allow anything to go R n.
onid prize for best display of fruit. His to waste.: I choa&,i0ag
display was also beautiful. * ,
Perry Edwards received first prize Henry Morrison, who is not only a Blstraed Bitle '
for the be4t twek-e ears of corn and good farmer, but is said to have the *a, Ua, the ight -. .'
Mr. Wm. ist received first prize for finest tangerine and naval orange WRIGHT. w"Cp, ."-# ge
th,. twenty-five ears. It was fine grove on the Oklawaha river east of DWIt : a "a Gly to G ab
corn and all the farmers who saw it. Stanton, was an interested spectator AHLL PREVIOU RECO tHighest.. .. .
said so while Prof. Rolf. of the ex- at the fair yesterday. He was delight- Sa, "Joy t the W |."
iprime:ital station at Gainesville. ren- ed with' what he saw, but was pre- Aroplane Remained Alet Almt Two 1 Rdl seooed to j t y
dor,.d his verd ict of its flavor. The sumptuous enough, as all mortals are, Hours Yesterday ese ,
bank prizes brought out many exhibits to say that had he made a display of Lemans, France, Ded. 19.-WIlbui an dltm "r IL ...
and all were excellent. his exceedingly Ane fruit he could Wright, the Inventortof thepl..
late in the evening the judges were have born off the blue ribbon in his bpoe all pArtozo recorla the a-
still awarding blue ribbons and when special varities. He was so enthused lIation of heavier than air *acbl' Let -U '
the list is completed the Star will pub- with the fair display that next y ian a trip through thne bair hey San* "Iet r s *, .'
lish lt,- amme. he will enter in the contest for the day.t s i,1.
The races in the afternoon drew a blue rlbbon at the 1909 fair. Mr. Wright stayed In the air o.e
big that was second to the hour, 53 minutes and.59 seeO s.The -
tbig crowTdon the banner day. tMr. H. H. Whitworth is wearing a previous record was one bonr II ;t. b e ie .awe t
atte..lanc. Thursday, the banner day. few Wreaths this morning because the year3 S .. 401
The first race was the gentlemen's utes and 51 seconds, made lt st11 o a t.,e_ I : .
half-mile driving contest. The en-uda yesterday awarded him first member. There was no accident oE a er
tries were Messrs. Jack Camp. Ed and ees dprize for Red Duroc J r- nd to mar the d wet .k, t l whi ch
'armichael, William Igou, P. Guer- sey boar, first and ad prie o t thesess In le y way. Mr. t a
Red Dutec pigs and first and seconddn g. tuerecin t orf inmiI
rant, George Petteway. Mr. Camp Wit a hrpe btt her of Duroc swine. Wrnghtuwatioss nthe w ofn madef, s.t-
was the winner and Mr. Petteway came r e r o a eongratlations on the w derd-per '
in second. Time. 1::2. formance of his ailshMp, He IM thI .Jwat ,10C-
The next race was a half-mile trot- olfted yctoof nedro yestervd e It was by no means I the h ha .....- .'.' atow
on the jury, took in the fairpyesterda O w a thld She 01p., _26 lft*r. 0 .06,
ting ra'e for non-winners ofM races. i f iss eof r erea nd trcehe expectsto . p accn. h,
fifAltf Ieastis oft he ftaomrnd i heavir w lea - There was a purs- of fifty dollars for himself and has a lot of good stock, Phanon of tahe atumobehe l he Islavitler, a .. ..
Rais F b Th etr we ae Honr and it so worked on his ambitious all at their e "i
R. iT ,'ki. ton; Football. Mason Tison: w etsd. 1 <.. a .,. 9.
!ru kito Mfly ieoo do T n nerves that next year he will be there wo used to smoM am lr
NorlT. J. ). McDuffy; Firewood. W. with a four-horse load of exhibits. OYSTERS AT ELK CAPE t-they know me w e a st-,-
M. Gist Football won the first two * is t..- a J-.. .A rokht Ms rs .
heats ; tim. 1:19. Second in the first M uri. Nancy Wallace, who is one of Full fry ......... ... ...... 49. on the porch ftr ier b" u t .,'
h'at canm"' H.nry. Second in the third the pioneer settlers of Ocala, nearliga Half fry ......... ... ".... ..2c. te rs not at all. "
heat was Norda. her ninetieth birthday, was an inter. Milk Stew ................. 3 ered monoplst, a II. ,
Next was a half-mnie running race ested visitor to the fair yesterday. In Plain Stew ............. .......S. bath tb of their ow; tme t ide-. ''
fr a purse of $2t The entries were her day she has been an important Doen rw.... .... .... ...... 35e. J tittl e dippt in.,.
J. R. Moorhead, W. Cwardm, Rob- factor in tto farming interests of the Halt-dosen raw ........ ...15.. p3 t Sdyeit q -' -. -. --. -, ,'
rt Mores ad. esCamp, J. Camp, .. county and the agrIcultural de pat- At any hour w roit a, I. tO10 p. I. hwe o.s g ith :,,he at
ram. MJ. R le. M.o a wo the rot ex. ment was of special interest to her. every day in the week. Oppousie A. l .o""t -' I. .'la
Camp J. R. Moorhead won the iace. For her year she is quite active and C. LI passenger daeo "eles aI l are 4w' thi "viW- e'-
Time, 5 7 seconds. her mind is as clear as ever. It was t .? whet II
There was next a half-mile exhibi- a pleasure to note the Interest she dis s' bS..lP .' .a '"; .. .
tion by -tobbie, the beautiful animal. NEW IRISH POTATOrS a r.t ... I y e:., .. r " I ".'!
~wneI by Mr. Walter Pay. Time, played 14 the fair, for without question **'r ..._p.., ,
1:11% she was the oldest person who visted e a ndep er AWhtel
1: ethe fair during the days it was open. at Irla ptate 1e et1 t p -.'
da.k for a track record by Falant. Mr. Whltworth, of the Hlawatha O l De"':"b"r
Farms. Jocker. Murphy; tine. 1:1T Ing at the fair grounds, of his famous If you want a new 'Cheamp w T.e ar had _
were to be hitched up in front of the Doroc Jersey hogs.* H o"me f wing eaehad, /" Wa"''
Judge's stand and run once around the Mr. Pred Lutz of Kendrick made a give yo a big a rga.. : '. a.:. ...
track. Mr. Beasley was the most ex- .... i pa o_ ae rnt_ a .t n-.

d isplay of a bale of natal hay that in a m pmem mr..-L .- I, I I*" 4.
p.rt in harnessing his horse, but Dr. looks and odor was the finest we saw oG the Oke 4i 9d1timns "g l b'"
errantat succeeded in distancing him, at the fair. It looked the equal of the Red Cres CHRISTMAS STAMPS M t se; tin dew .
and won the race. Time, 4:55. best timothy and Mr. Lutz said as a t thePe l2-, i
The next was an exhibition of the fee- stu ff it w Ma unsurpassed. aa .. u s el. '
best buggy horse shown to a rig. T'he Aof _the t ".. .
E. P. Guerrant, J. R. Beasley. The V sup-e"t' -
ntr earnc a e I% HOME MADE K.oDNEY CURE riptl t. "L
judges awarded the first prize to Mr. The folowling prescription for the
cure of rheumatism and kidney andAL AIA. I
Camp: second prize, to Mr. Igou. bladder troubles has no doubt been ""i
To find whether the Judges hadfiled millions of times ,vti: Fluid
erre.d in their decision. Mr. Hall put Extract Dandelion. one-half ounce; New is the Tiurn to Sd or Sip a t k OaIOBm has1 a m S w .-ia a "
up a purse for another try and Mr. Compound Kargon. one ounce; Corn- Sao"x sAn M t a this y aMV d I.i.'
Camp won again. The judges were pound y8rup Sarsaparilla three Box of Mimd or Any Kid a f. I ,** *1 Wyy1,
R. S Hall. Dr. J. W. Hood and Frank ounces. These simple, harmless in- CHOICE FRUIT w at t. -
H gredients can be obtained at any. good'.-I / ."
Harris. prescription pharmacy at little cost eryo kno we handle the br n ee d a .ats l n. s
The rest of the afternoon was de- and are.mixed by shaking well in a and our prices are the moat r seas- tae the teu Mae b Mlek at his ta .
voted to examining the exhibits until bottle. ble, because we buy and -sel more. ryoe 1 We t r- e f a a ... b
6 o'clock, when the buildings were The dose for adults is. a teaspoonful Don't buy until you me, p em 1I ilc.iet h.;
c!oed. Many of the exhibitors took after each meal and at bedtime, drink- write s-then Ae y -r oW t- eds O .
their exhibits home and when dark ag full tumblerful of water after write us--then useyam "Im s ; -
ame probably half of the booths and each dose. It is stated that this rre- ment We guarantee everything
l description is a positive remedy for kid-
lson'. were empty. Today many coun- ney trouble and lame back, weak blad- d
try people came to see what was left der and urinary difficulties, especially amand r S I r o .'. 7.: '
of the fair. This afternoon the wM of the elderly people, and one of the W II .A, i t
west show management put up a $50 best things to be used in rheumatic af- Magnoell and Main Ot h eet "to'
purse that Miss Pearl King, one of the flictions. relieving the aches and pains -I .
show's riders, could beat any comer and reducing swelling s. e ALe ar, W i. .tetHt
in a half-mile race around the track. A well-known authority states that e y *rs "-l- ,,-.
in half-mile race around the t k. this mixture acts directly upon the Caime aed Pie. MI.. : ,w .tt. ; '..
Up to noon the judges had not yet eliminative tissues of the kidneys: uspT I7 aley. ~gm t .
filed their report as to who was the cleanses these spongelike organs and u to h 1blerbtihtr*
winner for the best general akricul- gives them the power to stft and strain tat I I.'
tural exhibit. the poisonous waste matter and uric 'minh 'm3 a S* acid from the blood which is the cause T"A
The cotton exhibit of George Gilesw & of rheumatism. b o. =" "" d- l
If your back or sides ache and you p rt ,. a .-E "IL
Company at the fair was a very fine suspect kidney trouble it would be P ,J. RX Ili III '
one and consisted of one bale of short wise to try this for a few days. n- Cl y sad MI-S ....' '
staple cotton, the only bale grown In Egg WI' Sg
Marion this year, and five bales of the FOR RENT-Two rooms fitted up a tt a -" "
famous Sea Island long Rtaple cotton, complete for housekeeping; city and -
which is. used for making thread and cistern water. Gillen. No. I South -*Mr. im l nom "s4e4--.
tine underwear. This company also Flfth street 12-1I-tf eat at the Jeha 3 .
vxhihitped velvet beans, the hulls of the City os es eavi" d by the Wathoa at z Is bg. "-"f
beans cured for making mattresses. You should always remember that or boarded a end cedf tr dIshtt We W e 1 a. aMy
and unbolted corn meal. v:hich proved most cough and cold cures are con- Horses fed also by day or m eal wMsiw
a very superior article and Is just the Atlpatinag. Yet the most important or _m. s-"
thing to make the corn pone so much thing to do when you have a cold is H se ....s.da... a -- alansi s at am ,` 0.baa".




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L I A Y Work ef the W eo at the MNarom
Mrs. Gist. manager of the Mclantosh
i exhibit, was in charge of one hundred
and twenty-eight separate exhibits, in-
.--- cluding handkerchief--, embroidered
Gold and Set Rings 100 to 100 waits, embroidered center pieces,
Watches, any price. tumbler doilies. Carnation braid cem-
Necklaces ......... 1.50 to 2500 ter piece, Batteaberg center piece,
Lockets ............2.00 to 75.00 tinted outlined table cover, drawn
Vest Chains .... 1.00 to 40.00
Charms.. ... . to 50.00 work doles, luncheon o draw
Sleeve Buttons .50.... to 500 work pin cushion. Batted e baby
Brooches ... ....... 25 to 20000 cap, aprons, one bandke a pro
Bracelets .. . ... 1.00 t. 700 sun bonnets, three yards I*d laeoa
Stick or Scarf Pins. l25 embrodered cart. kaittedl I
Beauty ins, pair ... .25 to 00 embroidered apron, dar nmet apron,
Guard Chains ... ... 2.50 to 200I embroidered handkerchief -eae, haSt
Ear Knobs ......... 1.00 to 7.01 ted lace mats, rafA basket, embroid-
Studs... ............t0 to 10.0 ered tie, kitchen aproms/ oft pilow,
Tie Clasps...........5to. I
Waist Set ..........1.00 to 10"itlo dress, kak cape, dust ing cap.
tat Pins ... ... ... 25 to a1u fancy bag knit slipper, baby sacues,
rrettes ... ...... .. 0 to 90 quilt quar.-Chemlnse, bed sread. cot-
Velar Supporters. 5 to Lo t patchwork quilt, silk patchwork
Veil P;ns .. ..... 40 to 7.50
Belt Pin. or Buckles .75 to La quilt knit quilt, home-made rage, an-
Emblem Pins, all or- gel cake, raia work baL, todma cat-
der* ... .......... 1.00 to 15.00 sup, fi preserves, canned tomatoes,
Emblem Charms .... 100 to "S0S apple jelly, canned peaches, water.
Gold and Silver Thimbles.
Waterman Ideal Pens 2.50 to 1C^.0 nd pe ly. ca
Gold and Silver Pock- ned pineapples, wild plum Jelly, black-
et Knives ..... ... 1.5 to 15.00 berry jelly, grape jelly, huckleberry
Gold and Silver Cigar Cutters. jelly, guava jelly, preserved peaches,
Silver Comb, Brush and Mirror Set ,
Silver Match Boxes. orange marmalade. guava Jam, kum-
Silver Whisk Brooms. quats, preserved pears, peach marna-
Silver Clothes Brushm. lade. cucumber pickles, sweet green
Silver Pen Racks. tomato pickles, mixed pickles, chow
Silver Darners.
Silver Nail Files. chow, pickled peaches. pear pickles,
Silver Manicure Scissors. plum marmalade, lard. orange honey,
Silver Stamp Boxes. grape juice. canned beans, canned
Silver Baby Rattles* j quash, pecan nutg, ickory nuts.
Silver PoChild's Knife. F Mrs. F. G. Sampson, Boardman, two
Silver Embroidery Scissors. pounds better.
Silver Shoe Horns. Mrs. R. W. Wingate. Connor, two
Silver Seals. palmetto fans, fy brush, hat, baskets.
Silver Traveling Cups. Mrs. C. H. Hilton, Belleview, ol
Silver Bon Bon Boxes.
Silver Paper Knives. painting, water color palutings, fram.
Silver Talcum Jars. ed and unframed.
Silver Tooth Powder Jars. Mrs. W. S. Cogawell. Benlevlew,
Silver Tooth Brush Jars. band-painted plates, pepper boze, cel-
Silver PapCurling Tongs. ery trays, platters, hand-made hank-
Mirrors. kerchiefs, drawn work and crochet
Picture Frames. scarfs.
Gilt Clocks. Mrs. E. L Howell, Anthony, baby
Musical Clocks. afghan, rose point handkerehief, able
Silver Ash Trays. cover, log cabin quilt, woven bed
Silver Jewel Trays, quilt.
Silver Key Rings. Mrs. F. W. Ellison, Anthony, black-
Silver Military Brushes. berry and grape wine.
Silver Cups. Mrs. Reese E. Lindsay, Anthony,
Silver Book Marks. embroidery and drawn work center
Silver Tea Strainers. pieces fancy aprons.
Silver Tape Lines.
Silver Back and Side Combs. Mrs. D. H. Irvine, Orange Lake,
Also a line of Cut Glass and Silver- handkerchief border. jars of grapefruit
ware. preserves, canned tomatoes, pears,
sweet pickle peaches, sour orange pre-
Send for Catzlogne serves, grape jelly.
Mrs. Boilling, Orange Lake, darned,
Bulgarian embroidery and Battenberg
center pieces. drawn work scarf, doz-
en doilies, drawn work table cover,
I crochet thread basket.
No name, one dozen duck eggs.
Mrs. B. B. Ricker, South Lake Weir,
embroidered center pieces, white and
colored, pin cushion.
Mrs P. E. Civil, Sparr, crochet and
woven mats, crochet lace, drawn
work center piece, fancy handker-
cheifs, bed room shoes, sofa pillow,
drawn work doles, scarf.
Mrs. Ada Harter, Span'rr, woven
bed spread.
Mrs. J. M. Douglass, Shady, pound
and fruit cakes, canned beans, sweet
pear pickles, canned tomatoes, toma-
to preserves, jar pineapple, pickled
Teachess, blackberries, strawberry,
TrF. G. B. canned peaches, preserved pears, ct-
w~y gc ley guava, fig preserves, guava butter,
YCa e chow chow, blackberry Jam, kum-
S.i quats, blackberry jelly, strawberry
South Sid jelly, apple jelly, catley guava jelly,
Square wild grape jelly.. plum jelly
Mrs. 0. G. Olin,'Kendrick, one silk

--- quilt
L. A. Buhl. Shady. wine and jelly.
TH AS. Lehman. Lake Weir. grape wine.
Mrs. J. F. Sigmon, Lake Weir, jar
S pickled peaches, cauliflower.
CONCLUSIVE/ Miss May Parr, embroidered apron,
Miss Ruby Miller, paper sun shade,
Mrs. T. D. Lancaster. Battenberg
f; and tatting center pieces, tatting
Syoke, tatting pin cushion, tatting in-
fA sertion and kandkerchief, baby cap,
Sdene piece of fine sewin
U C Mrs. Geo. L Clemoss, home-nade
i I rug. pickled beans, pickled tomatoes.
rec m-me -n. Mrs. J. G. Spurlin, centerpiece, silk
recomm. quiltwoollen quilt.
BALLAR M8 Sallie Spurlin* three hand-
N Made pictures.
NOf Mrs. S. R. Pyles, silk quilt, embroi-
SLINIM ENT dered waist, embroidered screen,
three pounds butter, hand-painted salt
IT POSITIVELY CURIS and pepper shaker, pin trays, plate,
Rbheuwvt'", COts, Barsh 2-h. p. placques.
Bruises SpWA, m Mrs. J. D. Ferguson. raffa baskets,
Stiff Joints ad ad the ls
Sthat W b M itN-Hrto. collar and cuff box, hair pin receiver,
/. Wallane. I iL picture frames, pin tray, match and
Creek, Colo., writes: I toothpick holder. button box, oe
have used your liniment mat.
in a severe attack of Rhen- Msr. Jerry Burnett, sofa pUillow, lace
mati-m caused by coldand edging. scarf.
exposure to the weather.
Two applications relieved Miss May D. Taylor, embroidered
me and I roon.*--, jit waist, embroidered Jumper sualt
highly." Mrs. W. H. Powers, embroidered
PRIC Sc 50c $1.00 tea cloth.
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NatsRaal ima* d
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Cd 40 aft, mt, CMfS.l.

Miss BettUralia'esi t .ll q__
Mrs. Clarnee CMt .JAA3

Mrs. Pres HOS- e '
petal W-ine. S
Mis Lyle C.apb, w...-d,
Ing. sir pieces winB urn IP.H
Mrs. W. H. Clark, IItat- ,w,
chet table mat, t ok" i a eim4 am,_A-

Mrs. C.H. LbYW #, ......
sheets and pillowr ee.
No name, btter, S. L. eds h
ens, Jar sausage, baexm *# a
Mrs. Otis Green, pea Jsil
fig preserves, guata pqerfLe.
Mrs. Homer AgneW, aht a
Mrs. W. L. Colbert, crochet sMa
sofa pUllow, bonnet, pme et ir,> ',*, e SB
election of crochet, dmv a wdra, *4l
dress and hat, pea wiper. I
Mrs. C. L. Bittlager, water edlbro *
painting. ; 8 t
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EYE. .
Should be Examined Carwfuly by
an Export
We try to impress tie Ilaporance
of this on everybody. We amfisttlng
acts, and are not moved by a deatre
for gain alone. We know the lmper.
tance of such, and take enoAh ba-
man interest to inst 9ij t.
DR. D.M. Yi.
Eyesight 3liarit.
Ocala, lN.
Office Hours: to St a. and
1:3 .to 4:30 p. R. Optlic offe aad
laboratory, rooms 2 and 4Oa7r IoCk.

I am prepared to 6 Ms Idnlde of
house painting, outside or IMer
work, in frst-clase manner. AM work
fully guaranteedL Find me at the
Owen home, No. 44 North MaoUan
street. 11-27-tf

FOR RENT-A DVW I r-lros e-a
tage with electric lights s&a'aUth,
corner Tuscavilla and SBoth first sta.
Apply to Dr. E. Van Hed4. 11-8-

We have at all times at our bas
on West Broadwy a lot of chole
horses and m Nlwe: msgd rUaUl 1an
purpose steek. w ieb we bty eamow
and shp dea* em the ddmdle m
weste rn Imma ~ i e ra 6 a bsSe
for drivtmqn & 'ib W s, a aa
horse or ol1,~r i yuas* is the

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ke t a good eoinpas~ls,'ad
it. Z.,Can, Sue.

be Wthoe Flo A
ne. countythat them -iiW te be a'e
mnefet og t th orn 06206 ie
,& the mout "Lims e t
ma"ur"Y, the oftib t 4cJfwr
1to .karMew o w ecsa tle I*`swb
otof elec t ..65mw- Cten Ip

Hearse Mugut a"d ptmoy eila
igtam. quicklft emredby Ps'
omembras, hbealk the bmo ad ft-
psi. the oda em the ouwm d
by' -all roggifts. 4
TIe sto&k of shows at the Heuynm
sboe Company'is going ftsamel
thereare sa great many barsolo'. Im
men's and women'S Shoe S&lei..tfu
school d uinmeluat dme=a gmt Vowr
feet fittedand sa=wte'** W* ee
we anemakft ng *is*h,"**
Clams one Take avaaoam ~ 1wyeuc
vliek to -Ocals this week. and call 4w
-abd have us Abw yFantjo sfteak
MARION 0gcmMT ..,

boa ntht s, c-We AL
sood bInk.w* have IL

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.Ageer of "Thoe Ue.. of a
Themed ."

io bt, U7. by ti. Dsth-arur
Compa r.

'?efmtiisale ba causes t"e man
inside to couah, but save for the one
exMlamation he had not spoken.
' Chsurenet and Duraad conferred ta
low tones while Zmal drew oat a
tether strap and snapped It to the curb
bit of the captive's horne.
"The feUow takes It pretty eooly."
remarked Durand. Ightla a tuek elg-
arette. "What are you gotg to do
with him?"
"We will take him to his rws plae-
It is near-and coax the papers oat of
him. Them well find a p'elple e and
ton him over. It Is a simple matter."
Zmal headed Chauvemet the revolver
he had take from the soiet man oa
the horse.
"I am ready." he reported.
"Go ahead; we follow." And they
started toward the btmaslow, Zmal
riding beside the captive and botldin
fast to the led horse. Where the road
was smooth they sent the horses for-
ward at a smart trot. But the cap-
tive accepted the galL He found the
stirrups again and sat his saddle
straight He coughed now and then,
but the hemp sack was sauldently
porous to give him a little air. As
they rode off his silent submislos
caused Durand to ask: .
"Are you sure of the man. my dear
"Undoubtedly. I didn't get a square
look at him, but be's a gentleman by
the quality of his clothes. He is the
same build. It in not a plow horse,

d ,.. /

They stored, Zmei rldbag bed"s Al

but a thoroughbred he' ridtlg. The
gentlemen of the valley are nl their
beds lson ago."
"Would that we were Inla our The
ring nights anre cod in these his!"
-The work nearly doe. The Uttle
seMer i yet to reko with. w it we
ar three, and Zat did quite weUll
with the potato saek."
Ohauvenet rode ahead and addressed
a few words to mawl.
"The little man most be found be.
fore we fiash. There must be No ao-
take about It."
They exercised greater caution as
they drew -nearer the wood that con-
coaled the bungalow, and Chapvenet
dismounted, opened the gat and ft a
stone against It to insure a ready
egresm. Then they walked their horses
up the driveway.
Admonished by Chauvenet, Durand
threw away his cigarette with aigh.
"You are convinced this Is the wsle
course, dearest Juleas?
"Be quiet and keep your eyes opes.
There's the house."
He halted the party, dismounted and
crept forward to the bungalow. He
circled the veranda, found the blinds
open and peered Into the long lounging
room. where a few embers smoldered
in the broad fireplace and an oil lamp
shed a faint light. One man they held
captive; the other was not to,sight.
Chaurenet's courage rose at the pros-
pect of easy victory. He tried the door,
found It unfastened and, with his re-
volver ready in his band, threw It open.
Then he walked slowly toward the ta-
ble, turned the wick of the lamp high
and surveyed the room carefully. The
doors of the rooms that opened from
the apartment stood ajar. He followed
the wall cautiously, keiked them open,
peered Into the room where Armitage's
things were scattered about and found
his Iron bed empty. Then be walked
quickly to the veranda and summoned
the others.
"Bring him In!" be said without tak-
ing his eyes from the room.
A moment later Zmal bad lifted the
silent rider to the veranda and lung
him across the threshold. Durand. now
aroused, fastened the horses to the ve-
randa raiL
Chauvenet caught up some candles
from the mantel and lighted them.
"Open the trunks in those rooms and
be quick. I will Join you In a mo-
ment" And as Durand turned lato
Armitage's room Chaurmaet peered
m--ci m h tonhakt shav lhl mbnm ormmnm

The umnam nu o .AM nmMW O
a~n LVOnU

-Mr. jobhn Aranar'-
Chaavenet his revelw habtf ralma
had bean helieal speech. tat e
wd ", died ona MIs p 7 I~ an ft
stood bWking from the m rd i -ej e
Of light was not Jeo AfrAmfa bat
Captain Clalbeee. *
The pewspiraties op Claeml fee
had made 8paae oe the a It freim the
potatoaek. wMeh gave -i awebl -
pearanee. He gWaned ulo a- ad
a fastastle herir to Ms visage wgh
caused Zual to leap back b eto the

cry of anger. which hnrgkt D st
test the hB at a J ss. s
-rgg his s1e1 h abissbeed
I" his sumbed aam. thea ed his
besmesred face towad DW sa
- He leo eed leg san m Ind
as t he tUpOfTm dpsied 'em ut
faces oe the two m.
The sejph h Deb sd o ew
caused Clalbor e sto ate, sad fe he
laughed agaa. Dteahd b s.eaughp
from a hook In AmdtaW f teea m a ak
cloak so l u* that it t" aId at ngth
from hi arm ba edi Mlmg glawlng
brightly where It lay agat the aer
black. otem s tb ds et the deak a
sword, pluked m a t'rW, dron
upon the floor with a glm et as
br Mt cabbard la Is bet had he
held a iver b e4C assnM.aod wa Mls
arm fal at the afht ~ C Cabome the
gay rbboqs am& smi -a
washed to the oot.
"It is met ArmltaWe we have mst a
is.taeT!" mItere Chaesms' inu
his eyes ftaliMn Cmrs m C nlMs t e
to the cloak the swerd' h ta aed
heap of ribbos em tahe Str.
DurAd stepped fbrwadfwtth am
"Who is the mas" he d4.mad.
"It Is my ftrad Captalia C Om
We owe the S maa as apology"-
Chaurveet began.
"Tou put it m .dy," crta ClaboIne sa
ng ish, his back to the Npipee, Ms
arm folded mad the emile oew ftm
his face. "I doa't knw y oempr
lmesM M. Ctuvea t, hist Vla i-
eCned to the gettPo art of kidt anh
an uwfr. aB,, en-
"It is a nsaek.l It i nupdbe a
I eao oMly e -e-r y par- mt*
thing yous swoak omm c huveweL.
"ToY a lookag bef John Arn a
are youer des.ndd Clalrmms
without heeding h aves w-t>
"Mr. Armbtage is mat ba. Be wa
tm BpilN~a tolw at pfy
He is a have a si mi ame I wam
you thay uvs V at N o e rw

you my uas Hy ,Mm nj se
0 2me,% ormadek 0 mft dwofM i y

i N hmleb ; tat. W 1-6 1
be so escape fr yesI h M htIOS
powu owfmme W- kw, thuI
am he am Dna n mo1 h m
ht I san h I havf a"
meat to h14kM0t wMh bualiov
Mareof at hb hbeos at SM i
the mornwag. ad tI ams a them
va .y a P3 at the pje- wV
oe Pt wot wo m P0% 30. 20
Chauremet. and these other
who travel with yoW."
"You are violent. dear *.r." be-
gan Durand, whoe wits ww e coming
back to him uc q&ckar tha
"I am nocas violet as I hall ba tf
I get a troop of cavalry ur mM t
Myer down here and hoat yu Ulke rab
bit* through the hill. Adn I advI"e
you to cable Watnkhrisd at VIna tmhat
the game is all o."
Chanveret auddealy Jumped toward
the table, the revolver aei swigalg
at arm's length.
'You know too mch."
"I don't know any mane tim Arnm
tage and Basom von Marhaf aI amy
father and the honorable seietary of
atate to say snthliy of th equay
honorable secretary of waL"
ClaTborne stretched out bhMs aim ad
rested them aloeg the shelf of the
mantel and sm-.
ed with a aeie
wbich the dt

^^ gone, Ms shot

bat rumpled.
He' dug the
bricks eo the
earth with the
tee "t Ms ridin
bootws asns
po pa it his
a with the alts-
A we rd dropped upon. "Ty do t U
t Joor. drsatad t~
gravity of eor Isbora Te pace et'h
gnet empire i at ste la htn bll*
naem We ame osag o em a paulat

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public, but the one now most v
haps, is to help with loans. We
needs of conservative borrowers.

The Munroe & Chamb

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Toilet Cases


Don't fail to look at ow I
let Cases and Albms.
tem in all the poplar pa
Musical Albums. If y7
thing in this line, you she
means see our line.

Don't fail to see our line of E.
Writing Papers.


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Some Interest


For Sale by F.

THREE GOOD HOUSES on Food lots. w<
new postotflce. One is two-story and has mli
four rooms each. Yearly rental $252, over M1A
One Good Six-Room House within five blo
lot, 112z112 feet; nice shade, etc. Early rents
price..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ..
which means about 21% per cent on price.....
for S90 yearly and pays 22 per cent on price
17 per cent on price......................
is about 34 per cent on price............. ..
Can you beat these eight hboses for aa I
of $3.,000, with an annual income of $623.40.
all sold to one party, or wil sell any one opa
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Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida

LAR do& 4d Md3d Wapm DogemC~k
id Cwallqbrd dAI MML

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'we m -vs.
hokVI "d

abserleP. Price that wrpise, at th
Ajti-Mamopo"r Druerb .
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Hendrcks went
down to Lake Wer this afternoon to
spend Sunday with trkenl.
We have a pretty Une at dumionmd,
rae ePals,-. t. A. E. Bmrnett, the
Jeweler -.-14-4*

louI3A to- be

m t--- pe-a e a
S One po"M of paper am d tworea mb. / Wy
f envelop. vr a A e-beet us
ceat, at Tydlnas & Co Te at Mi
S Let tfekildema Feon*o pe-
am~ -W en",
Poet cards of the Seaboard wreck
for male by T. H. Mtles. Studio North -
Magnolia street. -.7-z -H
Fr.m my line of sterlfnag silver
toilet articles you can et almost any-
thin that you win. A. t Burnett. a r
Whme visiting the e saty fairf de~ 4 a4
net forget to sall at thf Osala Noen s I r as & e
Ca amd aoe their fu f haheIrt da. N
Geoue Dewey. d Jacksaonmve, Twa e
to town yeteray. Mr. Dewey will
be ,e pnokrIm'at of the M atwmm- a .... Wei&
hotel after Jasery lit. als i 5
8 psks for..,.. szoo-esw u
*I eu have net doane o, ap a RIt
to the ee sem *er 4W te Baw.r -ilk Ilais hresadL a -a
Stare, whegs m .ank !Ial-as in show- Madpi
lgseveunt me ,a usoa wereth or 1SB,6 pair8 i 3frt
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