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 21, 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: VID03043
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
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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Silver To"h Pewis Jars.
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Silver Key Rlthg.
Silver Ttle Brushes.m
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bw ff. SufCIclat VA limito son-,
kw*~ tts struggle. -T1e0at'mp of lama-
sacks. liOWOVOr, mantremmab.ft. am-
broke,& eominiiiaktloswift the huemmo-
f mtry If It Is a"to, armtftluft ea
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staft not havo sefowbuMdlum frot m'1
the* -two batte&"~

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BecMs hW' b4`0 =V= yes badmand'
*be co.qld Bud nothing to eleer It up.
Ladles: 4 bad compisleomi Is caused bY
an inactive liver. An inactive liver
wIll be* put in perfect oandttom by link-
Ift BailarffeHertA eThe mequsi--
ea Iwv ee rm- I "Soldby the.A~mt1-
monopoy iDanustore

Atlanta, Dec. 20.-It was lerned-to.
&ay that a complete re-survey of the
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ifystem bw a"e Ow" ofi~ i
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it hameted that ode"=~
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early iust vee. -

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Saturday was no 41as a b day a aa e ..'-
with the fair officials, If et met sEa Yeo. wewre ad r A Ww
than any of the .wiedln day si 3 -
they were deeply occupiedsl In ning r.g -
up the blue ribhb- WI-3me others N ft6 -t /
and preparing a sbcedule for isae, p
that a little later on theb weoro coeld ;ngAt owll ., ..
know the happy e 'oen a p 7 e #mes..
stood for effort and succ taad whose t tt heb Ro a
products were stamped thait t a t %o t
insignia of superiority. The task, toWagrs .
a big one and we undertoted llit at Ute f i t .
sundown the list was not adlte co- i -
plete and when it Is the ~ r wiM teri n-wer .ve AD the V.
present et for the gvftft l Ptof itstayterin chorlch Ml e Al-but ViB-

The prie winner for the beat ge A
eral agricultural exhibit from one rendered At the etee .. .
farm were announced late Saturday Carrol isa sgo t as.e ipms.ed hi m-
afternoon by the judges and consist elf in thme semen delivered sa be
of Z. C. Chambliss, first ,rise: Mrs. charmed. ,l& D Beasr. The ngtag- -
8. R. Pyle., second praise, a. d & Perry i" epfjaiy good.
Edwarfds, the colored exhibitor. caoSe At mlghtt, Rev. CtroU spoke "d
third. The displays of the part* dThO Other Wifte en," to a ten
named were so nearly equal that It house. It -ate4i as It not vae at
took tihe and great deriscrai on seat was to be f, led in the au at-
to pnme to deaD ts greeinls Lt. -lerrnee aO .,e MtiSl!
Mr. Chembliss led In the mrea e oie ebe to allUy apreci td ad to be
number of Items, some $7. and the listened to. Anong thq pleasant asr-
only reret ins that willie a ld Wi elell* -' e mglau so '
and made such commendable exhibits, Mr. Robtsea. 4
that all could not share the honors At the popal church Reeor .

acts of this kind f.iprese the public coming of Christ. .
and makes our farmers anxious to do Rev. W. B. Coijmau at the Chra
likewise and this promoted and d ric h, spoker but1t y and lumpre--
seminates a spirit of dete.rasation t sively of the amlnifaunM e and red
make the general average a better meaning Christ's enmig and teach. .
and greater one In results. Ings on rth and what thie teach-
The afternoon was devoted to Ings had dog for the words advance-
amusements and the race track wa meant in citvOlsatlon and really free-
the point of Interest and the grand L In his Opening remart he r *tl
mtand was comfortably crowded rlth twerird .a tooim and beautiial worts
interested spectators. The Orad to e ai .6& e-"Wd e.ert. of Me ot'''
horseman pulled off a trotting e hiturnh e r ani J. ;"S 'e' .
Lady Lou contested, .honors with the Chace. how dear he was to all, her .
former favorite and winner, Tiny Bird lovWely hmatsa er amd excelent wor .7a
and won the race. Lady Lou to a heod ad how al aneerely hoped and
sure enough trotter and her equal rgayed for her fesgtimea .to healthM
was not on the grounds. and her safe retrs to her family.
The running race was renewed and friesda and church. Roanoe VOL,, 'I *L-*
the challenge of Pearl Kina. of the ThliOday *&erwyrW .the Ti e in th t
wild west show, taken up and the ebooi the Chriaim a hsrch wfi Va. t
Moorbead boys, JL ad Robert, won haye a ( lt -.=a twes as that B th*e li WaHiatstOI dL
the race, both theft postles otelassang mothers and little e s ear b e we e I g V
the little Indian rider' bure. The eat. eom this tlme 4 3ev; -rwrt tatba W. mpa
defeated rider attributed her defeat Qble aa wil give an ati the e- to* m Se.e umoda^ asn
to the tired condition of her horse and the spiritaal weltar.t hab hurckh aad odies fell ad t ah Ztha .
her own Indispoeltlon. to the .ilpbuldg atf (a. street.
Messrs. Mille-Price and Prank aatorday alght the Zptcopal Sun-
Harding ran a heat of their spirited dM y .elibt wl hav* C -hra e. tree. .. ..
steeds, the latter winning with his _' -
gray mount Timer lt i U-1:0&h i i. Ye. a
To wind up the fan on the track Mr. tn .
the Moorbead boys dupilcatedI the to 1
by the lefti, andias yowpe ce lssf s"bs ge Kirnm au Oe
outassed their older 8 spottamem *w .
spirit by running their poseks to a trsan ofNOar khvd t 2,
given point. dlomouatring, lawLo to. fi- "" a" modllag .. -. ^ A
them, putting on harnesst ad ht rhi t, "e6 wt 0mr"- .a
them to a buggy. 1. L. MoorbelM Jr --Jr..-i ab out 1 % -
was declared the wlaner.b thaVtYheea0,b falQ 'ioy111 'lk bg' ^s t 1W1;,1
pur of $10. while hias brother icts on bb w-oe w A ht &o .i d : 7..,'..1-.
ert, was consoled with a S blLa. The ed to k w? f f h we.IIs.
midway continued to amase and wre- M a.Ior Te Aa i' a \ ,te
ceived a liberal patronage. W th 7 v te y terl. PwUd
With the exception of a dosen ax- naiVW M p ftnr I n l
hibitas, the owners of which were not dea-U tb W atar 1 *
present, all the displays of the fair leu rh ktl it $ i .
had been delivered to their o san ter a ctstat l U m I
by sundown in as good shape as when lead latm", gr. TO a w- AMN
received, without a crack, Saw or any p rim wm tgo *
portion miintg, a showing that prob-W
ably has never been idplicated la this h buvt Obdp to d W

That, the fair iclted aterst there eat eet th. b .ayl s otas --1. ui

or any county In tr b e a tb Tt n nwe so *L ." .
tdrdbehe iard hor 19nstead atOf
can be no question and if rffs mmb ai Mt wfa tek w' IaMi e i 5.i
enthused persons can be ta keat their w4i hfrtte l . ...
face value. then the county kd rof hi an abu dt cr__c-rrioHt
1on will show at least 10 a ore ex As It ls, he no wf bspe as
habits tthanWeepresentAt the a rhis wle W ean amt at eis
county fair held in a rlo TheauftowhereMMs.Taylr .i vst l iwMWIda'mpww e
and will be heard from in 1Mr. t h e
ra ors the rowd owned b Mr oMr. a of arte aTh Mistem wind g as; to **"aI
For the crowd that attended othe twn e naedtht yM wI
fair it was the most ordely and sober the sotSton hwtyo ht elowa 'Ste R110&tn
that ever tramped the streets of Ocala. t-r heman hat plepyof good ows, e at or q ,gf a
diturb the pleasures of those days. A p se h and meat c teu ..
record that Ia remarkhable and o We we e.-- to s 1 *

eall te c tns adcrwd wit an abundat of porn. He ___ ____t__ ___ l_ _ _h__e a_
considered. We certainly are proud said his rop of e td l vet beans wath a reat t w e- *1 e1 s1 e

racing horne at the fair, owsed by Mr. pounds of lard. This Is tio e med Of WeUWit giBUry

ty fair. havilnr more cows and 4drick- beans and cured saw for muattesses. meat. UC SUataalOS i-ry~htN *

ens than they cared to take home, sold and unbolted corn al, wih eh prved
a number stwr afternoon. Mr. 0- a verpyUperior arte d to Just the t
K. Rob ason purchased four fine Jer- thing o make the corn pose so much & s L
y cos and several coops of ver spokenofin soae aad story a d fam-
fine ch"ckiu. ou' the South ovr. a
Mr. F. Schneider. the manager D. McDuey, tee A C ar U .
of the Golden Acre Orange Gre. was ored farmer. took a lne rfbobU a? the l
the only exhibitor of bananas at the county %pW dau tm a Red Dw* '
fair. He displayed o le nae bunch. je t i' -
which he preseaed to Mr. D. A. Miller FA L .
for his faithful nd efficent services i --
rendered durl te fair. About yous em are crippled
with rheum pm .. tf lR n am te-er K
Among the children's work at the you'v tr ed of thtan aad i
fair was a dolls outfit and a delWs thtfHled.e Ttry BeS e 8O:. *AI
hat. made of palmetto. whi*h were aeat-It wIl drive **a alW t & u .
worthy of speelal mention. These pai a atn a leaveyu WSk t HAV M w
articles wee sade bI Miss Alice Cal- .el as e wev a the OC i,' X
bert. the prtty AWeAear-old. AitMMU Dmf i m -
daughter of Mr. a s. W. I .
bert. She aI de themi wi ut as- -
sistance and well serves the umma -
complments her work reeled. li kabe 1 QaMa&t 'a -a amd ibm
Arthur Cobb, Of the Tompkbis & wil be at inbbier en fk* t u.u *
Cobb Copmany, saysb he at ha- w gevenig of a'.ht
them wm rssas aamsh mmA hnmo& Ij 4


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Offers the P.Ap.e of r.
the surround g c try, a n
first-clas drug store with a.

the statement implied

We have a strictly Sme'lam a of
with a complete stock of pue r ad d r
prescription buianem.


Our stock of Toilet Articles is f rt-lda at rAm.
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of all kinds we carry the bIt, mtoo la4own.
Our Fountain Drinkfs and lee Orem ae t
dams. Pure Jersy milk and eaimly i m&
In the splendid stock of

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in all size pekagi and a fl aveox, we effr the p.
the very best cany mad,
We have a goodline of Holiday Goos, as haring
sets, comb and brush sea, irror, military vim,
etc., that we are closing oq0 at COST.
We will give our bfit attkuion to your ordwi,
either in person or sent by malL.

TIle Genii hg

Fred Lovell, Manager.

Marlon Realty Co.



NO. 20K.-The above price is ask ed for one of the bat -Iakma
ever offered. 100 acres best farm las d. k acres now ei ct1U mS I & i
acres in woodland. New Anwtii Pid Ptence aroamd plac, bhl , m ldi "
two-room cottage and a big two-uory barn. Feiwr hudrd ft t Uteswt
place, Including oranges, gi 1mptrttad otaer trom Aal frl If Imf ht
at once will Include one 1I-inch ChMB plow, one Scotch baMWs aad eme
bone, wagon and harness. This pals three mUie from Mt0el eat bA '
road. seven miles from Ocala.d to yomr door way r hiP
Star Route R. F. D. E asyr

$209 Cash
NO. 15A.-Five room house half Ae frm CitLa, with a two-ae or-
chard and good wire fence. The boase is nearly new. .;T1s an
bone for a winter tourist, and Is an eaptlma1 Imvesrta t. Part seem
money and must sell at onee. WUlret for $KM a m-.L

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The handsomest pwsblcatioa. .
its class ever imeod isl F ida
Entered aooording to the Act ot Cogre in-
the year 1908 by L. J. Bmrmby in the oce of
the Librarian of Congreb at Waaoonumlu.
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SPRICE, $2.50

Ocala News Company, Shaw'i Nows Depdt
Sales agets for Ocal.

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Pianos to be given aw~y. 1
The Star hasu pult n the Gresatet Vt O t and
Free Prize Ofer that the omaty has everko ,
We will give. abhartely free, 4m Phea a st two
Magniflount $400 Pnw to the two gi 4U a W marra
or single, remedag the gdna t auber 4 i
contest of energy sad popular y,*

The PanI
The Star has as wemtmctwth the A. I AL PB VMNO C ne
Jacksonvile, to pWrhebam o them two oa thdg ggie K Urmt U"rtI
Pianos, of the following ae.~ipt.B: CabInet 6~andt, 1 -4 tse-
pedals, Ivoryr ei fU ,IH .sIn te. tripl uniom -* repat ig4mU, u s
action brackets, tuning las and& esed hanmar 'ral ein g p
hieluding soft stop or practice pdat, nte pl d, .guew '11a 0 06m i
strings; case I of Crletoal d twmi. with tul-wt 101e 40 wEak ha60.
carved onaieets, .'roB taf board, e ,athalBs tla d.*hte t
handsome capitals brIIght 4 6e0tS ah eS; ISth *5 Mt' bee lt
2 feet, 3 Inche; with you ch ebhe of miahoy, wimiut or Oak.i irewl
back. The Harvard to Is the most popular 4a MrattI elUer Ai" 1W,
the John Church Company, ome of the oldest and hewt eklan w lsoea
In the worId. The tastrumets are h bg-clM efkrwy rMe.git,
toned. Very handsome In appeaumace, sentalU the k-t n p "' ara-
terlal obtainable, and are fally gwoted. Ther will W e mOR es*hlb ils
this city later on In the cen

How to Btate ta trt
The Votaing Contest will be g onuested tor fttsnA: mW bt or mar-
ried lady who resides Into Oeala or recetees heir ieMl *iNm thlb ninniesO
will be eligible to enter the contest In the Owie Ddotri. aler lrle
young lady or married toy rwuldims.,ot"de of th-e Oeala DStIct, but
within Marion, Sumter or C tru countiea, wfl fbe i to eaoter t"
contest in toe country diatruct. fB 'out or has a 1t3 eat.isd brth
or send to the Star office, e eof the Nodmaisag Iftak& 1-n la theO
paper, which places you I nolnuao anMd gi.ves"S yoW sMt inltaxoy
votes, and can not be used aga ring the aoatest.a

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Each issue of the Star will on a whih is !I
good for five votes. for each sobe o paid the Blow
ing votes will be ibued:, 5e,
The object of evory newspaper In putting e a sesa wh.we r aeMM stoe 4
thing of value Is to be gtvie. away, Isto to teoet h- fts Mrii st1, he M1e
et more crculation." The wtar Is no exception. to ak',- nad I dta o
Ing to give the people 4t Oeasi and Marfl. the umm-g ltt#tPWi
winning two 84- Pianoe tar ease work and ea JM&t im r :1t, rbe._ d
ject Is to get more sabserltbs. Wite thino .Ed ww offi, the-* -
following most liberal afwrce tr votes C .at, t. h.
clubs of new subscribers. Any one peaomen, O r t Us t .h
of their friends, sending. as In at one timae all aH & t I
the life of the contest, the follewligr eibs of iltmahhl WE oe W* *thr I
the specified number at votes. A subqcrhibr ta~.a e. a '.. p t Wee I
paper for several years, wil be eOA asa a iabhebr ar meh yar; for We4
Instance, one paying five yeas tIn a dmnee, wil lDreom, a ta Wldi y `t, eai te
3,M 0 votes, and, as thou he were v4 ew setd adit :
vote*, etc., etc. AAny ae searaS a l-b- f b re.1, br -1e0a ..
numbers estimated In the foDewl S wie be pftratei 'on tUeMMato seqie of <
increase. Theop totalt.. ,. o l ve a.4,s
test., onItI. m g > .wabam> o0 6 1 pa t.6
final count, for *abecrip0a eI, wI be iiW il t ai
thouh all 'were sent in at a* We wt 7g-, a "
can do. ,The aleoweafte-tr f Jbi i4iigWd"W ..
same. 1W votes for eah gsOt r pet wtk *..

$.05, one copy of r ....... ....., ..
.50, one monti. a......on ....... ..
1.25, three m tim mBritigp -.. .... *
2.50, ai monats ...... .. .... t
5.00, one years obc f t.........,..
10.00, two yearly lsa .... .. ..
(Note inresmIs aWs- fi|NW4leg *aag'*M .4
$ 2600 Five Ydarly .uba"t7e"- ,1" --
M.W Ten Yearly ubscrpto ....... ........... ........
1.&00 Twenty Yearly S8t e crlpt ons ...... 4... .... ........ .
("- oe ra.4 Dave -, ... .
NEW aubc berpaying a yer in a ditae, wll
oeive an additional 1 000 v otos. '.--I
Subscribers who are m a1near, payitg r aone the
same number of vtthat enewab do.

$ .50, sixmonths iabEption.............. 100ote e
1.00, year subScriptionD -- -. ........a 90Q vote br ot
2.00, 2 yearly suberptions ............ te
3,00, three yearly subiraiptions...... .... 100 ,etostr
4.00, four yearly sUbesriptiona -- .2....... 200040ve o.""e
5.00, five yearly subemriptions ........ 800 vteo i
S 10." Ten Yearly Subecriptons ............ ....... ,0 .T
256.00 Twenty-five Yearly Suberlptions ........................ to baI
60.00 MIfty Yearly Subseriptions ...... ...... .............. ........S A. Dow
109.00 One Hundred Yearly autocriptions ...... ........ .......... Sam
(The Wee' Gread Pria.) the at
For each NEW Weekly subscriber, in alditwon to the e..r
above regular votes, 300 extra voteV. t Ilt
Subscriptions that are in arrear, paid 'up ouoont the LsOT
same as renewal&. .ra
100 votes will be given for each dollar paid into this l d'
office tor printing or advertising, whether for current or ,
back accounts. R

The Contest will be conducted fairly and equally. The pereas recelv-
Ing the greatest number of votes in the two districts wll reeve the
Planos. No votes will be sold at this orffce for leoe than the primes above
scheduled. No employee or attache of this otffce will be alewed to vote
or in any way partielpate nl the contest. Jadges wll be aepdned, who
will count the votes at regular intervals, and anaeanom the stand the
different candidates. These jages will see that every ad st goetb a Air
deal. It Ito desired, at east while the contest ai tl the early fts, that
votes be sent In dally.

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This contest ts strictlr a hoe propoeltl. It Is put on and conducte
by the Star and no foreign cepany hae apnystig in t It. TI e
Star simply buys the P nms sa" gives them to you-E yo are the luack
The contest will continue for athree-w ths, Ading
on February Ist, 1909. Now get to work. 1 pians wfl
not be won without an eort on your and you r tis part

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Are the merchants, the professional and scce mIe.m d w uim ew.ry :
of the city, the farmers of the surrounding tuitoiy.- 0 ,. i.
We accommodate all passes. Our cu tooers represent the, MM
and women who have built and are still building =0Mte m u" mI
We solicit a share of your business.

Toilet Cases-1....

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Don't fal to look at our IIde of T"i. b. p. iti-
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Musical Albums. If you want asay* asu s .gtI. nu ," ,. .
thing in this line, you should by all
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Dolls, Toys, Fancy GoodG iftm. 1 Pl nt lr bexs1 &.- .o. ma bi es Ia r. bag.

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k-a F ---in--e- Station"ry 'Praye=144 ob .
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Dolls, Toys, Fancy Goods, Gift Books, Pia.tures, of n boa w S aM S e t
Kod&kB, Bric-.brac, Fine- Stationwry, Prer a ISa iRAe .4
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of earth'. femtmo Wiuh -B.v. W.
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To 1,000 votes and places her in nomination inB p tI. Whn.I "e'' .......
The Star's Free Piano Voting Contest. by So pesd 1 O" "
SAahtd' tre e of 0Go am vam*sat
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This blank will only be cited on Mfor each md1tsttM. INLto a imu w -i
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HOLIDAY RATES a=seesa s hade"
HOLDA r ear means to s&*.** w cI1 t .Igo
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TO ALL POINTS \ Mm .w. M a%.ift ..I.&e ofSUWL v.
a cc t =ape of l It iat dda V. 1S.Zge
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later than midnight of January 6, 1909. aw IsnS"s w M Mt d Ca -sa 3SCh Se .6
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Laoen Pere A Fils, Reims .............. ...... ...... .....g m ".
CMH. Mumm & Ce, Extra Diry ...................... ...... 4 2 Eagles meet Wedae
Meet A Chandon, White Seal ....................... ... 4 2 0.
Ripin A Co., Dmestie ........................ .... ... ..... ...... uD us see the amuving pear
F ers.
Mr Joh Mn ar fat D serm t. at
Rudell A C Bordeaux ........................ ... ........ .Msthe Ocala se~os ,t
Jules Morman & C ., ardeaux ........... ... ... ...... .... .g ... .*'
at. Gaorae .ineyt Catiferia ......... ... ... .... ......7 Pay as a visit ide ai pe1
onto for (adtin& pSlbae -
1TS. J. A. Freeman of Belevuew ws iV
Eckel Bres., Dedshe..m ................. ... ... .. .... . .... town today. 1
St. George Vinyard, Caliform..a ........ ............. .....L 1I, -- .
I A Christbl tree IS r wbi tw. LMI
SAUTERNES the chldrt come to aee t. LPlbtda
Jules Morman & C., Bordeaux .................. ..............$1..1JO0 1r0 eeeoA-baat e S.
Barton A Guestier, Bordeaux ................................. $13 0 wh Apip to Il orv
California Wine Aseeciation ............. .. .... ... ... ... ... ...
Franeso. Cinzan., Turin (Italian)....... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....I ___.
Subs & Cie MarsN ill, (Frameh) ......... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....$1A U e eda.ur iTm 2 a m bls
Victor Gautier Cis................................................L I Prl A. ell g a 1
SHERRIES Old Sm te is at hems for t0o 1
helidaye with the 00ksn ow'e.
R. C. Ivingsten&C. Jerea, Spain, dry............. .............ia..1
H. do S. Gell, Tarragena,psi, sweet ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .....gU Red Crew CHRISTIMAS STM
Garrett C. .................... ........... ...... ............. ... at the Pestafef Dr rs. U .144
PORTS U se PlaBrs Ch1 ftie. Qua
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Graham A Co.................................... ..... ...8n
Garrett & Co ................................................... ...75 Hore elpplag done at the
Golden Gate Apricot Wine ............... ... ... ... ... ..........I Red Crew CHR0 TW A 1S
Golden Gate Orange Wine................. ....... ... ... ......1. at the P el r i.
Garrett Blackberry .......................... ...... ...... ....... 5 J.
Garrett Scupperneng ......................................$ .75 SBpO4f s. diet bre te
Garrett Virginia Dare ..................... ......... .........$ .75. SihTk .Pfee that .rpl* at t e
Anti-Moemopoly Dagatsr&.
S\ . \ J. i. Ddle, a a-Ialra theU
Lowrie A Co. London Jamaica Rum...... ... ... ... ... ... .......$1 5 Graha auie e.orl, was e towm toh
Dunville A Co. Irish Whisky ............ ... ... ... ... ... ... ...$175 ay sopping.
Ramsey Seetch Whisky ................. ...... ......... .......$1.76 '
Black and White Scotch Whisky ........ ... ... ............ .....1.75 We have a pretty It e o damemm,
Haig & Haig Scotch Whisky ........................... ... ...... rains, pins, etc. A.. Ba rnett, tih
Schtdam Gin ...... ...... ... ......... ... ......... ..$5 Jeweler. l-14-dw

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China and Lamps

WVe have a nice line of glassware, such
water sets, berry sets, vase and fancy pieces. 0
prices are from 10c to $1.74. They are pretty
look at even if you don't bvy.

In china we are showing saladdishes, ca
plates, cups and saucers, mugs and fancy pieo
also game sets. Our line, without a doubt, iff t
best in the city for the money. I

If it's a lamp you want, .we !have them
decorated and plain and at prices that you w
be surprised when you visit us.

Try us and be convinced that
the sime gobds for less money.

we can sell y

I The Variety Store I

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williamw of Ho-
mosassa, came up this afternoon. Mrs.
Williams came up to do some shop-
I M B R ^ping and will be the guest for a day
Is. of Mrs. Jake Brown.
CDI C I LOST-Elk nead watch charm. Will
C OH My a reason ble reward for its re-
tarn to Star office of W. D. Riche>
You wilt miss it if you do not go to
RFthe Ocal-News Co. and see thr line
while seing the fair.
R. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksonville,.
UOU B handle silkt typewriter ribbon, 75c.
each: $7.50 per dosen.
Cl d Those who win prizss at the fair
should see the surprises we have to
offer. Fishels.
0w LIW P The handsomest line of ladies' and
gentlemen's watches of alt ktds, sty"es
and prices at A. E. Burnett's
FOR SALE--At a bargain; a kitchen
cabinet. Inquire of Mrs. Irvine. at
1M rM.iv am she kId W lBM the Carlton House. 11-10-x
is showet o 06h It mslasq"mW t

**o*Mkile and ___ -- wo .
so to cl"m, a. b S te m.
Post cards ot the ambuathea kt
for sale by T. H. MLI, Studio. I xo
Magnoua stret.. U-eLx
Prom my W.. teul max..r
toilet* artiAte youa can get almost any-
tbing that you wia. A. Bomnett.
Miss TnUle Pasterw, aof stantem, wil
spend Christmas ti Ocab aa the gast
at the Msbse AndersoMn.
While vietin the awM ty fakir, *
no t fe e et to"a a a at O wHe o Mw*
Cae ad me- their lme a h ldayW el.
Mr. Wmn. Debho went up to Mbrtin
this afternoon to eamIue usome ot
Mr. Chambla' land for mlasrua.

It is very necessary that you should
buy your presents for Chriaista at
I Fishers to save money.
SMMiss Ella Hume returned from
S Tampa Saturday and wentt
our down to C adlr Sunday.
Hate you see the new vislale Py-
Sholes typewriter? IL C. Davis & 'A2
general agents.
kie Miss Grace Glover, after a pleasant
istt to Miss Gates, returned yester-
es, day to her home In GaIlesvlle.
Mrs. E. L. Payne .and baby came up
from Wlldwood Sunday and Joined
I r. Payne a the Campbell Mouae.
in Now is the time to at yr 'r-
rill den. We have all keind of garden
S seed for far planting. Tydtais & O(
We carry the best tine of toeet ar-
tiles. soap, pertqmes, etc.. In the
o ]city. Come in and be convinced. Ty-
I ding. & Co.

I say. do you drink whisky at Ho-
gan's place? There you get pure
goods. Hogan. the mall order house.
Mr. Samn Burns. of Pennsylvania. is
expected in Ocala and Atanton this
week to visit relatives, the Leaven-
When in Ocala don tft Hoega's
place. We will do all a or power
to make At pleasant for you. Hega.
the whisky man.
'We are hcadquarers for all good
things to drink and eat. Good service
and prompt attention. Hogan is the

We have this year an exceptionally
pretty line of watch, fobs, watch
chains, bracelets, brooches, ringa, etc.
A E. Burnett. 12-14-dw
Mrs. Scott, wife of the engineer of
the Homosassa tRi, came up this
afternoon, accompanied by her sister,
from Texas, who is vidtifg her.
If you have not done so, pay a visit
to the second floor of th4 Baisar
Store, where Frank GOa4om Ii show-
Ing several thoumad dollars worth of
real bargains. 12-14-tf
Mr. Harry Peters and wife of Dan-
nellon, came up this noon and will be
the guests of Mrs. Peters parents,
Captain and Mrs. Tucker.
Captain DeLong and daughter. Mrs.
Jno. R. Mathews, oft Candler. who at-
tended the fair, returned iome Satur-

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Miss Annie Yarbereugh Nm Over and
Killed by a L1eg Train
Saturday afteroom a most heart-
breaking tragedy occurred at ilv er
Springs. Mrs. Yarborough, her 17-
year-old daughter, Anime and grown
son. who live six miles east of Gra-
hamvillle, had been to Ocala to do
come trading and were on their way
home. The young man, v.-who recent-
ly wa% a convict guard for the Rents
Lumber Co.. told his mother he knew
a short cut through the mill grounds,
to strike the public road further on.
and proceeded to drive through. He
drove the wagon under the'mill shed.
between the boilers and the big pile
6f blocks. waste from the s.ll, which
is used for fueL The horse became
frightened at the escaping steam from
the boiler and balked, right ct toe
tracks of the company's railroad used
for hauling locs to the milL Toung
Yarborough got out and was trying
to lead the horse across the track and
out from under the m.ll. when one of
the negro hands shouted. "Look out
for the train." Mrs. Yarborough
jumped from the wagon and was only
slightly Injured. The girl either did
not understand the warning or was
too frightened to jump and the loco-
motive, which was backing into the
mill shoving onq flat car demollshed
the wagon and knocked her Let. One
of the wheels ran over her head and
death was almost instantaneous. The
engineer of the log train did not know
there was any one on the track as he
could not see the wagon and its oc-
cupants, a large pile of Umber ant a
short curve In the .track cutting off
his, line of vision. Mr. Rents and Mr.,
Blaine. who were quickly on the scene,
did all they could for the dead girl
sending to McIver & MacKay for a

casket and the body. was sent home
in the evening.
TUESDAY The young lady was buried at Ok-
lawaha Bridge Baptist church yester-
22 ND day afternoon. Rev. B. I. Hull officiat-
ing and an immense concourse of
22ND.I neighbors and friends met there to
pay their respecLts to' the dead.
The occurrence is a most deplorable
WD, one, to be regretted by every one. Mr.
Rentz and his people at the mill feel
W EDNESDAYl deeply grieved, but feel alio that they
were is no wise. to blame for the acci-
dtnt. The young man had no earthly
business driving through where he
23RD. did. It was not a public roT and he
knew there was danger in using it. No
vehicles, except the teams of the mill.
ever used the road.
THURSDAY The circuit court was busy this
T HURS DAY morning disposing of the case of Sam
Reed, colored, a yooth of 18, for at-
Ttempting to shoot Mr. S. W. Pette-
way. the turpentine operator. This
-- N I incident took place last May. Mr.
Petteway for good and sufficient rea-
sons refused to pay the youth that
Saturday, when the boy selsed a gun
1 and attempted to shoot Mr. Petteway.
when Mr. Petteway seized the gun and
took it away from him.
The merchants have enjoyed a most
gratifying trade the past week and itf
this week Is all that is anticipated,
the merchants will be well content.
This morning, while not ap many
people were on the streets as the last
,ea l of G oo s three days of last week. those who
were here came In from the country
t A ll, to trade and went home with their
st arms full of bundles.
g Mr. Harmon R. Luffman of Oak, is
aHst o I I| UIn the city today and paid the Star an
afi must go i appreciated visit.
3 it Col. HH. Bright, who spent Sun-
a s & S C day with his family at the Montesu-
ma. returned to Jacksonville last night
and expects to return to spend Christ-
e jt mas wlth his family, which winl be his
last visit to Ocala ere returning to
e Jacksonville to reside.

not help t Ap T h>. .0 Nw CA L s the o.o.t
houN in the city on dolls, toys, book4,
and, in fact, everything you may need
pe ato_ -o for the holidays. Established thirty
P&U to you. y"Mrs. 12-13x
t W Send us your prescription business.
It w l p a We are thoroughly prepared to handle
A Wi& Wt. Tydings & Co.
The Baptist Sunday school will give
Its Christmas tree Thursday, night at
O w the church.
si fa e Miss Annie Atkinson. who spent a
week delightfully with friends in
Tampa. has returned home.

t St The Presbyterian Christra.s festiv-
Xe n ge Me Sties will take place Wednesday aft-
ernoon at Silver Springs. Great prep-
arations are being made for this out-
a dOR o op Ing, and all are anticipating a de-
stlightful time.
fn d I i Mr. D. Williams, for many years
city marshal of Ocala. reached this
city yesterday afternoon from Arca-
dia. where he is a prosperous orange
youtset at the grower. to spend Christmas with rel-

Mr. R. W. Chambers, son of Chief
Hamp Chambers, came in last night to
spend Christmas.

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Mr. Dell Moody of Oklawaha spent
yesterday and today a guest of the
Ocala Hou.e.
The holidays promote matrimonial
alliances. Friday Miss Daisy Bell, of
the county judge's office, Issued three
certificates, Saturday five and this
morning two.
We notice by the Miami papers that
the ladies of the Home and Forelgz
Mission Societies of the Methodist
church tendered a reception to thn
conference and their friends at the
home of Mrs. T. V. Moore of that city
and among those In the receiving line
were Bishop and Mrs. Galloway. Miss
Emma Tucker, and Mrs. E. J. White,
of Citra.
To stop a cough or cold Js Just as soon
as it starts-then therm winl he no

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Mr. A. W. Bridges Wag up to l&sc
Anopy Sunday moran. ir Ms t
Bridges, ho i atteMdeW ndkt d at
that plUre. -arl'I q
Mr. Harpdt` ta, 64eoin pbas-,
man. who is making w tsplay oaL
utrum iep ftolatoM tte-s
oiNor' Magnola strt. is.,e taetlmg
with tr.l ,-e at
same. The co e trp sgives bym
Robinson wi the Bbut are way
enjoyable and a ]lang number t our
people invariably ata&
Miss Carrie Lapham, of New Trk.
the trained ase. who hs been viskt-
tag her brathler. Mr. Harry t ael.
left today for JeekasoevI and New
York, where she was smam e by a
patient in Paris. She has bgilt up
quite a reputation s a g e and mC*
fieent nurse.
Dr. Goy Ayer, wh to Is attepda
deatal college in Attata, t is her eM &
visit to his parents. M nd Ms. Al-
fred Ayer.
Mr. Hall. the orange grove ima4 a
Eastlake. was a hurried business
to Oealt today.
Mis Tille Pasteur, who pent SBu-
day with relatives in the city, return-
ed to Stanton today.
We will take pleasure nto lhowag
you our splendid stock of soaps, pae-
fumes and tooth Oow ene. The Cor*
ner Drugsitoe.
Mr. Mote went dow to Leasberg
yesterday to look atfe t sg orafge
Mr. on anuel Marti, the is6ain
young attorney, went dan to St. Pe-
tersburg yesterday to spend Clrdd-
mas In that delightful city by the sea.
FOR SALK-Twd mulMe, taiedeb
er wagon and other mra mpleameNtsA;
2M bushele of corn. 1 btales of haW.
Apply to Geo. -. SteL eLt. 1-1-x
While the fair oa see the dtpla
of Christmas goods t0 S-sles. 'p
Passing counterfeit o moBey Is no
worse thaq *-sbstit.tiyng some ua-
known worthless rtMedy for FpWley*
Honey and Tar, the great coach and
cold remedy that cares the most ob-
stinate coughs and -heals the Iuft.
Sold by all drn its.
A most aeeps le hristmas pfre-.
ent for your wtte, mother aW
would be one of. or haaoe I-n
ers, stoves org rages, of which wv
have a good ekThe Makiew d
ware Company. 12*14
The third eOWr Sat of vfting ne-op
over the Star ofbce is for ret. Ap
ply at Star offtBoIe or to Mrs. Van ,

tf we could talk to you personal
about the great merit at toleqs abm
and Tar, for coasgm, cold sat liaI
trouble, you awer eoutl iaesoMs
experiment with uamz
tons that Smay eontal soae
drugs. Ioleys Homey and Tar eosts
you no more and has a record of frty
years of cures. Sold by all drsi mls
Tablets. Druggits refund money if
it falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sti-
nature is on each box. 2Sc.

Iotza Barbeshop

In Comecti.. WIth the Hetel f0 e
Skilled workmen aad courteous at*.
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