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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 12 22, 1908
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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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 )
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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: VID03044
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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HUDNUTS GRITS AND MEAL


Are the best on earth, we keep them in stock and get them
fresh every week; also have
Georgia Water Ground Meal
Graham and Whole Wheat Flour, Self Raising Buckwheat
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Pickles of All Kinds
Plain, Sweet, Sour, Sweet Mixed, Chow Chow, India RAteh.
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NEW FLORIDA SYRUP
Pure Maple, Syrup and Sugar, Florida Honey, Florida Syrup,
Black Molases for Cake Making. Louisiana Cane Juice.
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We thank you for your past favors and wish you a marry Xmas ad happy New Year


PHONES 174 AND 114


CLARK BROS., PROPS.


T. T. MUNROE, President


A. E. GERIG, Cashier.


Z. C. CHAMB.5S, Vice-Pres.



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EST74LISHED 1897


Capital


INCORPORATED 1907


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As a prosperous year draws to a close we feel that we would Illy


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we did not pause long enough to offer our


friends and patrons the compliments of the season.


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Imported Cheese, Sardines, Herring, Roe, French Peas, Mixed
Vegetables ( imported ), Mush Rooms. Beech Nut Peanut
Butter, Beech-Nut Bacon in Jars. Plum Pudding. Cranberry
Sauce, Boned Chicken and Turkey, Stuffed Dates and Pulled
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DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Munroe & Chamblis'
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OCALA -


FLORIDA


TERMS. CASH.


J. E. CHACE

DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, o and xi,
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA. FLORIDA.

TERMS. CASH.



L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
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Phone 211
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Charles D. Hulbert, M. D.

Esmepalic Fflysnla.
Uni SWIn
Office Second Floor The Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala,
Florida.
Telephones: Office, 222; Residence, 45
Office Hours
9-12 a. m.. 2-4 p. m. 7:30-830 n. m.


The Vaughn Bakery has changed
hands, and is now in the name of the


loses & Miller Bakery

We have bread now. but about the
first of next week will have every-
thing from Bread. Cakes, Pies, etc., to
please you.
Mr. Miller is the baker and the best
in the city.
Large orders a specialty.



Moses & Miller Bakery




McIVER & MACKAY

FUN4RAL DIREOIUzu
Undertakers and Embalmers
D. E. McIVER ALFRED E. OWEN
Undertakers

Fine Caskets and Bmal Robes
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
balnmers and Fully Guaranteed.



THE COMMERCIAL

BARBER SHOP

Opens into the lobby of the
Ocala House.


ALMOST A


LYNCHING
AT PLANT CITY


Attack of a Negro on a Young White
Girl Greatly Enraged the People
(Tampa Times.)
Plant City. Dec. 21-For the twenty-
four hours between late Saturday ev-
enrng until the same time yesterday
the residents of this town and neigh-
borhood were wrought up to a perfect
frenzy of excitement, and only the
skillful work of the officers here pre-
vented a "necktie party" being held
last night at which a negro named
Duncan J. Grant, would have been the
principal actor.
It was the same old story of a white
girl of youthful age narrowly escap-
ing from being the victm of the In-
tentions of a black brute, and as pre-
viously stated, if the populace had had
their way his body would before morn-
ing have decorated the nearest con-
venient pole or tree.
Miss Nancy Phillips. a young girl of
about 15 years of age, with her little
sister, Alberta Phillips,. aged about 13.
and a young man, Frank Driggers,
were making their way home along
the Hopewell road after attending a
minstrel performance here on Satur-
day evening.
When about three miles from town
they met a negro, who after passing
them came back and asked for a
match. One of the party handed him
a match, and the next act of the fiend
was to knock down Driggers with his
fist.
Having temporarily disposed of the
girls' escort, the negro seized Miss
Phillips and threw her down, her lit-
tle sister, who was paralyzed with
fear. standing mutely by.
In the scrimmage which ensued be-
tween Mis Phillips and the negro the
former's face and hands were badly
bruised and one sleeve completely
torn from her dress. but she finally
managed to get away from him and
rushed to the nearest house, about a
quarter of a mile away. The negro
followed her for some distance, but
desisted when she began to approach
the house, and made his way off.
As soon as news of the occurrence
reached here the officers and several
posses of citizens set out to scour the
country in search of the negro.
Grant was captured at the Alafila
turpentine still and taken to Plant
City. Crowds immediately gathered.
and it being evident that a lynching
was about to occur, th? negro was
smuggled out of jail and taken to
Tampa.

JOSEPH MAY BE
GIVEN A FAT JOB


Jacksonville. Fla., Dec. 21.-The old
saying, "It's an ill wind that blows
nobody good," so far as* Joseph N.
Stripling is concerned, is fully exem-
plifled by the appointment of Senatore
P. C. Knox as Secretary of State, in
Taft's cabinet. It is like a lomb
thrown into the epmp of the Florida
Republican ad nflntration, where
Stripling is persona non grata. says
the Metropolis.
It is a well-known fact that Strip-
ling and his followers, tried last fall
to stampede the Republican conven-
tion at St. Augustine. Fla., for Knox,
and afterward stood like "the boy on
the burning deck." for Knox at the
Chicago convention until the Knox
ship went under in the the great sea
of votes for Taft.
This loyalty to Knox on Striliing's
part is thought by some of his friends
as surely deserving of a reward of a
foreign mission. It is believed that
Chubb, Combs and Cheney will give
Stripling all the assistance they can
for an appointment traveling in Egypt
or the Holy Land, for which they
think he is eminently qualified, as
Florida is too small a territory for a
man of Stripling's political genius.
Stripling. it is understood, has long
had a desire to travel on holy ground
or to distribute tracts In the Celestial
Empire, now on the verge of revolu-


CATARRH CANNOT E OCURD SOLENOID f"LL PA -
WITH LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as OF Twe m IVY- ACRES
they cannot reach the eat o the ---
ease. Catarrh is a blood or coastlte- WithIu Ofe Mie of Guol, i
tonal disease, and In order to cure It F1, aL d at af
you must take internal ri unedlesHa ls
Catarrh Cure S taken tnternay, and Twmtr4ve seemW rsp *e toek t
acts directly on the blood and masouea ha e _tme -- n I wi, *
surfaces. Hal's Catarrh Cure is not W UI... U'O wnte8.A.Uo. S
a quack medicine. It was prescribed A. C. i& rerds. Of wt z-t.esp
by one of the best phyasians In ethis esUM. wih* &iv 2 w
country for years and Is a. regular eet, 4p, 00P an *a-0am ai
prescription. It is eo" psaad aM thP l* a i1W8swSaW^aaf
best toate known, comblaed with th a u harss *, S rtWede 5a .
best blood purifiers, acti directly sa h- 534 h
the mecou a urfaes. The parftet .,a -ed skt L, d t___
combination of the two barmeafts n aw s la 'h5f' ,w t ig
what produces such w-odertul Mit1 -- 1---. t nest. s4 ;h96: w
In curing Catarrh. Baud for taetiak. b w p nes"O ad 9h -e
nials free. Ihg
F. J. Cheney a Co., ropM, Told, 0. as &
Vold by druggists, price mIe. T -IV R. X Vt., e S*l n
HaIrsl Fa-ly Pila or olpa~g.

COINAGE NETTED THE .,/ Im. .
U. S. OVER .#-SA. tshwm yea this property l
Washington, D. C. Dec. 2.- e i.
government made a proet de4zrr the :. v " .
fiscal year ended June 30. 191, of 9D COS TAMPS
641,371 on the coinage of silvera,'anlel-- -,,
and one-cent bronze pieces. This rep*. 0 or Ph iMam e d Iht
resents the Aiffereace between the *Vtr as I Ow tM BBUISE inthc
price paid by the government for the ctmo pam K, ame ft U. 1fh gl
metals and their coinage value. of humanity fIgeneral, otberei M
the love o humanity ia particular. i
IF YOU KNEW t'let evY One f ,
or otherwise. jo40 the co 0m"aU ed
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you em rt the oeuena's' eui are viUMTl
would never suffer from kidney. blad- to add his or her mle to the ,*upuhiaa
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottletwo camaina .
months' treatmeaL BoM by dga t --
or by mail. Sead for tstioniualas. Dr. ,LM
E. W. Hall, 292: Olive street, 3.
Louis, Missouri. '

CHRISTMAS I18 COMING'
Nothing In more acceptable than a
good box of Lake Weir fraft. We at-
tend to the shipimeft for you, and ean
pill a limited number of orders at the ot
following prices-al selected fruit: I t]
Oranges, per box ...........5 A '
Grapefruit. per box ......... =* a" & wa
% grapefruit and % orapges..
Mail your orders to WOD
NURSERY CO., astlake, Fla.; or,
P. 0. Box 9 67, Ocala, h
SPECIAL BARGAINS "u reM

Frank Gadson has on display to the 'li" ft,
second story of hi store a lot of ape- ; "
clal bargains in window shades, esap, vi
waists, sweaters, skirts, etc. If y ou J
need anything In this line and will
take the trouble to'look at hs. stoek.
you will be more than satisfied thelt .
quality and prices cannot be dupilcat- A
ed in Ocala. 12-1-dw a
HOGAN'S CAPE M_
And Oyster House, west side C the hw
oysters, game, poultry, steaks sad .I
lunches at moderate prices. S1,' I
aysters, game, poultry, iteaks sad 800 PWge pWOl tablets. tc a
good coffee. Eat at Hogan's. He has ,
everything good and will make ra 400 pW ge pelcl table ...
visit pleasant. 124 page ink tabeto..... ,,

REVISION OF THE TARIFF 120 page bond tablets._
Is Scheduled for an Extra Stsei,', Smandard makes of Ifatd
Which Will Cemmenea M.arch ... ........ A
Washington. tec. 22.-March 16 is A good lead pencil for.. 0-
the date on which Congress will be
called in extraordinary session bY AM t the aewve are o t h b"
President Taft to revise the tart&, ac- qualoy and it will o tly tafa a la
cording to unofficial advices received fro you to convfoce yes utat ye. c-,
here. The sixtieth congress will ex- buy the same for lese.
pire by constitutional Imitation i ,
March 4. It is the expectation that -AT- "o
immediately following his tion President Taft will iuee a prow- I L T 4.
lamation convening the new congrma .essj P I
in special session. Republican leaders
believe that the new congress will siawt" I
until late in the summer. o wr





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At the home ofa the brs, Mr. Mad
HO LID Y M-rs. J. w. Stevens. rt Mcoy. M0
Charles Williams. of Lawtey and
r2 1 mas edition? It is not what we want- at 3 p. m. Sunday, the tkb. Pritl.j
could do under the circumstances and Is force and a s amptais. dlner
probably the best issue of a daily pa- followed the c.3oaay. IMaTyr t*l.
per ever gotten out in Ocala and with- bride and groom caus to Ocala n.A
out a, doubt is the best for two days' left for White Springs and will -
Geld and S4t Rings .$ 100 to $100J00 work. for there was not a line set on ceed to Atlanta and other polate lai
reading matter or ads. until yesterday. Georgia on their wedding trip, after
Watches, any pnce. We have a lot of holiday illustrated which they will return to Lawter,
NLecklaes... 2.. to matter that we were unable to use on where Mr. Williams is engaged la the
Lockets ...... ..... .&. to .. account of the failure of the Amer- turpentine business.
Vest Chains........1.0 t 40.0 an Pre s to send the proper bases
Charms ... .... .... .50 to 50 for the cuts. Any one who has dome
Sleeve Buttons ...... .50 to 50M the stunt will know something of the
Brooches ....... ... 25 to 0 work required to get this edition out
Bracelets .......... 100 t 75M in two days. besides carrying on all
Stick or Scarf Pins .. .0to 20 the otbr work of a printing office al-
Fobs ..... ........ 1. to ready rushed and crowded In every
Beauty Pins, pair ... .25 to / m department with holiday and regular
Guard Chains ... ... 50 to 2I0 printing. The advertisers are all
Ear Knebs ..... .... 1,00 to 7J known to you. Read their advertise-
Studs ... ..... ..... JO to 10.00 mentp and patronize them They have
Tie Clasps ... ... ... 25to 500 the goods you want and will make the
Waist Sets ... ... .. .0to prices right Patronize the home THE
Hat Pins ... ... ... .25to IM merchants and keep your money at EYE
Barrettes ... ... ... .50O to 9.00 home .
Collar Supporters ... 25 to 00 ome O EVERY
Belt Pins o Buck....les to 7 FOR TIRED MOTHERS SCHOOL C LD
Belt Pins or Buckles .75 to Loo rBShould be Eam l Cri' efuny hby
Emblem Pins, all or- The King's Daughte have placed a
dews ............. 1.00 to 150 Th King' Dahte have place m
Emblem Charms .... 1.0 to 50M a crib for bables in the woman's We try to mpress the ipetlnrAc
Gold and Silver Thimbles. waiting room of the A. C. L. depot, of this on everybody. We are stating
Waterman Ideal Pens 2.50 to li J so that tired mothers waiting for facts,. and are not moved by a d-Ir4
Gold and Silver Poek- trains and having tired babies can for gain alone. We know the
et Knives ........ 1.25 to 15.00 lae them in the crib and get rest tance of such. and take enoiuh hu-
Gold and Silver Cigar Cutter. for both. A screen is placed in front man Interest to asist ad Iasdlt.
Silver Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets. of the crib and on is ls a placard with DR D. M. BONT.
Silver Match Boxes. this inscrption: "Mother, are you Eyesight
Silver Whisk Brooms. tired? Then rest your baby in this y g t laFl h,
Silver Clothes Brushes. crib. free of charge." The crib is Office Hours: to 12 a nd
Silver Pen Racks. supplied with a soft mattress, sheets 1:30 to 4:3 p. m. Optical offtise sad
Silver Darners. and a little gray blanket with' a red laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary bleek.
Silver Nail Files. border. By the side of the crib is a
Silver Manicure SciMsm comfortable rocking chal tfor the
Silver Stamp Boxes. mother. It was placed position STICK PIN LOST
Silver Bab Rattes. yesterday by Mrs. Brown and Mrs.
Silver Chids Knife, Fork and L Bittingr. A committee of the King's A cross stick pin set wlth pearls.
ilv er Poc Kncils .r Daughters will look after keeping the Finder wia reae return to Mis y-
Silver Embroidery Scissors. crib clan It was a thoughtful act vester and receive reward.
Silver Shoe Horns. and will prove a comfort to many a
Silver Seals. tired mother and child. WEATHER FORECAST
Silver Traveling Cups. Washington, Dec. 22.-Frost prab-'
Silver Son Bon Boxes. ST. PHILLIP'S CATHOLIC CHURCH ably tonight in extreme northeast
Silver Paper Knives. portion.
Silver Talcum Jars. Their will be services at the Cath-
Silver Tooth Powder Jamr. olic church Christmas day in the You should always remember that
Silver Tooth Brush Jars. morning at 7 and 10 o'clock. A cor- most cough and cold cures are con-
Silver Curling Tongs. dial invitation is extended to the pub- ltipating. Yet the most important
Silver Paper Knives. lic to attend. thing to do when you have a cold is
Mirrors. to move the bowels. You cannot
Picture Frames. When in Ocala don' forget Hogan's promptly cure a cold until you do
Gilt Clocks. place. We will do all In our power this. Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Jewel Cases. to make At pleasant for you. Hogan, Syrup stops the cough by allaying In-
Musical Clocks. the whisky man. flammation of the throat and lunge,
Silver Ash Trays. and it drives the cold *om the sys-
Silver Jewel Trays. Mr. Robert Murrell left today for tern by gently moving the bowels
Silver Key Rings. West Pa!m Beach, where He will take Children like it %or It tastes nearly
Silver Tooth Brushes. a position on the News for the next as good as maple sugar. Sold by the
Silver Military Brushes. three months. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Silver Cups.
Silver Book Marks. We have this year an exceptionally FOR RENT-Two rooms fitted up
Silver Tea Strainers. pretty line of watch fobs, watch complete for housekeeping; city and
Silver Tape Lines. chains, bracelets, brooches, rings, etc. cistern water. Glen, No. 1 South
Silver Back and Side Combs. A. E. Burnett. 12-14-dw Fifth street. 12-l1-tf
Also a line of Cut Glass and Silver-
ware. LOST $6-Mr. Harlin Hinton, of Mr. J. E. M evens, wife and child, of
Sharpe's Ferry, was In town this Crystal River, have been spending the
morning and lost $6: a $5 and a $1 past week at fort McCoy with Mr.
Se" w I U hill. Finder will please return to the Steven's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Star office and receive reward. Stevens. They returned home today.
LOST-A sterling silver hand bag, Old Santa Clasa mil bse is -aw
e i. 21st. Finder by returning same ready. Write and tll him yr
will be liberally rewarded. Miss Artie wants. Letter box in the BM
Marlow, Union block, Ocala. 22-3t Store. Gadesa.
We are 1eadquarers for all good Mr. Walter' Brigga, formerly lerk
/ things to drink and eat. Good service at the Ocala Hoise, but now with a
and prompt attention. Hogan las the phosphate company at Holder, was in
man. town today.
FOR VENT-A six-room, two-story We have a splendid line of carving
residence, newly papered and painted sets and breakfast carving sets. They
throughout, with electric lights and are handsome, serviceable and f the
bath. Situated on North Second st. Very best steeL The Marion Ray*-
Apply to H. D. Stokes. 12-8x ware Company.
R. C. Davls & Co., of Jacksonville, Capt. John L Inglis, of Port laglis.
will sell any make of second-hand came in this afternoon, accomsanied
typewriter upon easy terms it desired. by Dr. Wm. Anderson and Judge Bell,
,of thUfs city, who were guests of the
captain on a fishing trip aboard the
captain's yacht on the waters of the

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vawe Se F. G. B. ou **"** *"*rack Th. Oo.la B a
Gadeen.
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got pAass. Ges the fair, s#W buy vow
holklay "0& ad "M sanw Idaw a"
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Christmas notei a
GADSON'S BIG col. W. X. Camp came up thIs aft-
DEPARTMENT FLOOR ernoon his phosphate mines and
V. P. Gadson's Bazaar Store has orange gtove at Istachatta, with a
the second floor of the stare arranged handrrome,, bunch of orauges.
into one grand department of bar- A 1110 1C (03)'ro FOR SA'LFe--Several Varlties cab-
gains. In thii department are several bage plants. one dollar per thousand.
thousand dollars worth of merchan- in large quantities. R B. Du=mn.
dise. both staple and fancy. For In- Ocala. 12-19-St
stance there is $1.000 worth of shirts
alone, at the job cost price. lAdies'
shirtwaists. skirts. ail Kinds of no-
tions. toys and fancy goods. great o e r o o
bargains picked up here and there irs P
New York City by Frank Gardon.
paid for in cash and will be sold at
prtee,4 heretofore unheard of. This
larg,- stock of goods was bought this
fall for the Jobbing trade. among the
country merchants, but the Baxan
Store has decided to throw the entire %X o r
lot on the market at retail. Don't fall
to visit our aecond floor store and be
convinced of the bargnin prices. There
Iq nearly everything that you will
need. either for regular use or holiday
trade. Amonc the coods is several n 9m ,
hundred dollars worth of fireworIrs. mom
THE BAZAAR STORE, slocu-
1:-T-dw tf F*rank Gadson, Prop.
& A. L HOLIDAY RATES Guaraoteed for 6 months HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE
The holiday rates on the Seaboard we have at an unwe at ow barns
went frao effect on the 13th and tick- on West Broadway a W of ebolft
ets will be sold at the reduced rates horses and nmies: good reff"k. All
until January Gth. ills "Am purpose stock which we buy OUrOMIT"
Get M e and ship down ft the middle and
Every case of backaebe. weak back. western nau*66L It "a nmd a her"
for driviu& a saddle borne. a ftM
bladder Inflammation and rheumatic at borne or mnls or If you am In the
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Hit by a Tranfa a Lef, ill
Ofered i" WMp the Wa- ham
(New TYrk Pwem.) .
t + After W" O'U M"Har Of.-O
Jeffenrs aemaSU, Brootklym, 4 a i
M struck .t A m engine t --ee'w-
is"la d Rar ad not mom law.
fII P. II I U lande CH Nrd,-w eam,. ,, d, nt d
He got up promptly a&d waefd to
thrasnh William Norris, the eamlsMr,'
who had stopped bl engine a&6d oeS
back to give fArt aid to the Iataed.
SThe engine toaed the vc thirty
Uf C T .t n the ar. He had Iam"
W ethump upoa the roenelta b W
o W e hdw of way and by that tme be-M Obo
come really indl-ans .
f"Are yo hartr the frighAined el-
rim A "* gineer inquired.
WM*O --Oy morning after btrl*W;, rf!ed^
lYliara. "But my iwIe a eat^
)old by Aad you cam we for yniet that MW
iclotdes a" hu. AM by U 'NO
hurt you as -as a I CM At the
plfets of au-hed rock i*ksdo Wt 4M 4t
my lta. What do you mn0 gby rim-,
ning me down? Did I ever do say-
aton Hl t's thing to you? Have thid o s0t o& bad
in Long, bland City that a .AW-re-
spectingt an from Beoklyn cast
walk along on his way to wuk with-
out being knocked doam bY the 0t0
of you? It "Battle Paddy Olesm
was ltvingrd lick and then io
tud tell him about year compa y.
Since he died you railroad e e m
S to think you can do as ymm p etm."
Norris and Walter Kepp, the eft-
ductor, did their beet to maei th
Indignant Brooklyn man. At Bet meth.
ing slort of thrashing the a*W
could be thought of, Korrn talked'
with sab ch iperuave efect that
O'Hara forgave him after re ivs a a
ty C o promise from the e g" er that h
S would stop his train the next time
saw the Brooklyn man on the track.L


Don't fail to look at our I
let Cases and Albums.
them in all the popslat pr
Musical Albums. If yoU
thing in this line, you sh
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Writing Papers.


VARIETY


Marion Real


BULLETIN NO. 24.


$1 150.00


NO. 20K.-The above price is asked for one of the beet Investments
ever offered. 100 acres best farm land. 60 acres now In cultivation and .
acres In woodland. New American Field Fence around place, also one small
two-room cottage and a big two-story barn. Four hundred fruit trees on
place, including oranges, grapefrult.nd other tropical fruits. If bought
at once will include one 10-inch Chill plow, one Scotch harrow and one
horse, wagon and harness. This places three miles fr.m Martel on hard
road, seven miles from Ocala. Mall delivered to your door every day by
Star Route R. F. D. Easy terms.


$200 Cash


NO. 15A.-Five room house half mile from Citrs. with a two-acre or-
chard and good wire fence. The house Is nearly new. This Is an ideal
home for a winter tourist, and is an exceptional Investment. Party needs
money and must sell at once.- Willrent for $6.50 a month.


Marilon Realty Co.


ASHFR FRANK, Manager


FLORIDA


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CHRISTMAS, REMEMBER


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Where you will find all you wznt at one pi
The largest stock and the greatest variety of

Christmas Goods


FMR


Dolls, Toys, Fancy Goods, Gift Books, Pictures,
Kodaks, Bric-a-brac, Fine Stationery, Prayer
Books, Bibles, etc. Orders by mail carefully and
promptly attended to.


THE H. & W. B. DREW COMPANY
Jacksonville, Florida.


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South of the Ohio and Potomac and
East of the Mississippi Rivers

Tickets on sale December 18, 19, 28, 24, 25, 30, 31 and Jan-
nary 1, with final limit to leave destination not
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Two priests of Chappete asx at1ats1 .
In Southwest France, a we or so- ..;
ago discovered the skull and "ot ter
!bones of a man who tIs belved tA
have belonged to a race that ha iteC ck qin S
not less than 17@.O yeaas m gW. 1T i
formation of the shkll, the iawbea,
the arms and the less was sud as to
make sure in the mimda of tiOe a*ct -
tists that the remalas were aenot oft
slmiaa origin though there were or- .-
tain resemblances to the bones of .
apes. In tfat, the moat anelent as. -
thenticated ape bones showed =lther a ..-.
higher state of development than the .' ." '
of this prehtstoric man, who ve i -n
the glacial period and doubles lale -
his food with his hands or with .
and stones. He was contempta ,-
with the "mammothl' and othb a- e
tinct species of animal life wha e. IE- '
mains have been found Inlad M51 .004
form In various parts Of the w..ord. '
Including the phosphate fields ot t
Carolina. France and Belgtaum.
According to the scientists, this
"earliest man" did not walk a a Wt- '
ly erect position, but stooped. Tbh is. ; "F. ,
shown by the bent knees. I at:O- .-
great physical strength, which ie l Indl'
cated by the broad shoulders ad bi '
bones. He was a very uerloqs person
and was without the power to laugh. -
according to the story tol. by tIe B 'ta- r
formation of the jaw. LTa was nom. AIP AL 9 |
joke to him. It consisted tn killit
for food, and In escaping the fate of' -Kia a a
being killed for food. g |
This discovery lIs regarded as being
of high value In that it tends to A o *Av a
strengthen the now cuftrrt aelentt e
theory that the missing tlink" which ac "a Slw ora or -
Darwin and others sout is a al ; wve up
that there Is no "'umings ln be- .I-l d .o t ,'O-at *' W' -W
tween apes and men. The earlest2 ae u h a orY k 0
known to sucince, it seems, showed a exception In aor of mw .
higher development than this M capi
known man. In short, teae s a m I the Bew extradlt t
advance of the men. There' ww e d- that country and the UintW. 'I
ference In their types whih _have5IIU"U
been followed. apparently to the tt h e wd wh m
monkeys and men We* dillaiet as OS 5i h P t iL
their progenysre DnOW diStiecro &M pg ven'upby thmegO VOWN 4,Up
each other. There has bee* diecov- Portu.- s .. .
ered no period of dergence In types.
There may have beem sch dlvet e. HI"M AO S
of course, but so far nothing has been d
discovered which tends to prMoe it Nst lmel"y .w al
conclusively. The supposition, there- Osqib C4iUM Ca.A A d
fore, Is that evolution has been merely to e ;
along the detvlopment of oech b DANGER sWI NAi .lN Me ea
without radical change in the type the kldy sections. They w
Itself.-Savannah Newp YOu when the kidneys e .
kidneys entG* a f Ler, a s
cou si P A conW r, Sick kidneys sNW out athn, pal
COURTSHIP A COMIEDY, tmy or a thik rad.t I-- ms-- [
MARRIAGaA TRAEDY amrbm, full at of mmmt a"d w oC
St. Louis, DI* 21.-The Rev. Philip DAGO t SIGNAL NO. P eon- I*1nu
Cone Fletcher, pastor of the First M. the bck. Bck pas. dull and ha,,
E. Church, South, explained the sub- or s* hp andl acute, te*ll Gyo *
tie art of "popping the question t ki des am& warn imm oaft te
evening at his church, Dayton street ) tm ites kkatum'se4
and Glasgow avenue. permaetly. a
Dr. Fletcher's subject was "Love, Mrs. Anna D&auelst. avl m kt
Courtship and Marage." He told 8$ Palatka. pta. says: "-Sewe axhg
bashful swalns and despairing lasmles Deaa Kidey I have bea w d-el-
all about the gentle art of wintaO hg better th ia orte t o a pN .
wives and husbands. He included In I airfare merely from d ,M"MUM
his talk a few sidelights on the se ebac es and te me o st reu3
of broomsticks by one of those to the r gh S lth ft-10 k .
contract.WI could hardly set aowe Wlo -
"Itx' this way," says Dr. Pitcher. w Mut ac i at the k aw
"As long as courtship Is made a comn- afo C4pud me o,-J. MI.
edy. marriage will be 6 tragedy. Too. ance. Readg of Doan's w y
often young persons get married, take sad being mneh Impressed Wtit whlt
a honeymoon trip and come back and WaU saa lbout them I pS ae btIN.
use the broomstick on each other. I used them am directed, the be1aiastI
"When a woman gets to talk were soon ba"lshed anW the ku
about platonic love you .ay Le s ure tm s beame OWtenI, r
u s a ucmls. I have on .Is0W "-.
she been disappointed by falling to'a & 1st.e of i
win the right man. P1
"It Is sweet to know som one 1vee Plenty m e proof like this from
you truly: that there is at least one Oca p ple. Call at TyBa & C'*
heart that beats In tune 1Ith yors. drug state and ask what t*- iast. k
"The young man who doesn't act merns report.
silly when In love is half witted. All Pb? 5s51.b alH duPrales $
smart men are what the world eM e rts. F .'M.l-..ul ,
silly when under the Infuence ' ewTk. "", W"agent *' "
"'ot mortem eulogies are per o *
things. If you love, show it now.
"Proposing marriage to a wemam is TAX WOOK WILL CLO JAN. 1
one of the fine arts. If people are
truly in love, popplu the question The ey Lax boo wiii eM a -
will come as natural as talking asleep Jnsarym I l. All amropety e s I
when tired. in tthe eit wit he governed aeear
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A Badge of Honesty -
Is printed on the outer wrapper of every bottle of -
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Precription
and it is the only medicine for woman's peculiar ailments
sold by druggists, the makers of which feel fully warranted
in thus taking the afflicted into their full confidence. r' ua, rt *
S The more kanow about the compoImoa s of sr
Dr. PIerce's Farorite Pre-. r t-e th re a-e Ara'm gea. i
confidently wiII W alid womea rely & pom It thse n tbr
to core their peculiar weak ees ad d*eo aUP1 thih tt uem {.7Ur
rangereats. TAere's m seerecy abet Its cor .S a w-
makeup-mso deceptdre la- -i. -=I-m A held oa t t t.
to the awfflited. It's simply a. ood, hmet ~ m c. 5 .
square deal aediclse with mo aleoheL or er **
l erioma ta -aIat Werm dra iam its W m pe*t tc
S sktiom. Made wholly few fta. It can do am harw In any it bmos 160C t agiUh
coeditoes of wmam0's a u ti n.
Devised and put up by a physician of vast experience in the treatment of woaanl's --". N .ries-o ]
maladies. Its ingredients have the indorsment of lkding physicians in all w&- "t. *W it6.1
schools of practice. e,. M tt-.r iw
The favorite Prescription" is known everywhere as the standard remedy nn .- h 'm- '
for diseases of women and has been so regarded for the past 40 years and more. * e t A*
Accept no secrd nostrum in place of..Favorite Prescription"-a meAicine OP e-aob.? ~
KNOWN COMPOSITION, with a record of 40 years of cures behind it. to. ., wIre *e I. 4
It's foolish and often dangerous to experiment with new or but slightly tested aS S "
medicines-sometimes urged upon the afflicted as "just as good" or better than A
"Favorite Prescription." The dishonest dealer sometimes insists that hA knows o .r l,.aai ....
what the proffered substitute is made of, but yow don't and it is de4dedly for y Pw, t t
interest that you should know what you are taking into your stomach and system ex-
pecting it to act.as a curative.. To A.m its only .a difference of profit. Therefore ta 1
insist on having Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
Send 31 one-cent stamps to pay cost of making esly on a free copy of Dr. Pierces by ath4 |...
Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pages cloth-bound. *-'r lo. n,
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Proprietors, R. V. Pierce, M. D., 2. b YA
President, Rufflo, N.Y. .m 0We s .1 ,. 0ail
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OCALA, FLORIDA:, aubeI* `a. mw
CARRY AT ALL TIMES A COMPLETE STOCK OF a Ahs aea..1 h s di ,n :..m,.:4
plytser fmums which Va bmeatw
Spreeate by his fa he whit
Doors, Paints, Builders Hardware, o.t -...t. i'm.m ,u.
Sash, Oils, Farm Implements, :U-" ,
Blin Varnishes, Carpenters' Toola u
Saw Mill Phosphate and Turpentine Supplies. '

Gus, Revolvers, Alanition, Leging, Haning Coats, o 6am -
to get p9 aU tPa n&%WIi66
State agents for and carry In stock Implements y." U S
and Gasolene Engines of the International Hrvester .
Company. w. p.i.e. -., .... .,
American and Elwood Field Fence. ,,, "h um...". .. ...- '
lar win'a .t ma'M :-.. ..,
H. B. CLARKSON, Gene.al Manage "S e-".mem
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"tree M 9ethWe butMna te The eel.

cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not jrehft's .*lw* to a oiedui -rase ov 7
beyond the reach of medicine. No meicine can do more. o Diabetej Itm A. -emanis has e oe r *.. j
FOR 8ALE BY ALL DEALERS -- "


Washington Seminary GMEWHATA O A"
Wooster. 0., Dec. 21.-Waishing to A t nooie Dea
entertain his friends in a unilqu way, O vwl, f mllwain.ku,
CORNER NORTH AVENUE AND PEACHTREE, ATLANTA, A. oseph Troel of this city, decided to Godw. It o .m to
Accordingly. when making maCt- n C W. E.tBltf, -ir-i t.i ". ^ .^ : l^ 3
For girls and young ladies; established 1878. Number boarding stud- Accordingly, when making the e n-- -
ents strictly limited to insure refined home life. Classes divided into small to cut it off i the usul leogth, bdt wot is Mr. agie u s ,
sections, personal attention to each pupil. Faculty of 18 specialists. Con- lt it off in the usual lengths, butw o i
servatory advantages in MUSIC. ART, ELOCUTION. Certificate admits to assistants he id porkStogetherad lmbr a a
Vassar, Wellesley, etc. Catalog tree. until he had one complete s amge wll S Wht a w .
which measured fty-seven feet in te rd&g& fw ma
L. D. SCOTT, EMMA L SCOTT. PRINCIPALS. length.easured feet es
He has a mammoth kettle an" at la". : .
Christmastime will slice oft a few fort S terthe o a thit '


for eacwith them. sare s .
plait.r to be due


GETr TWICL THE LIGHT gingn weigaht a sndyello w
FOR ONE-HALF THE COST plexion. A few dose.. orWhiCream c."it s.a a.N. d re W
Vermifuge will expel all worm. It In
BY USING .& positive cure and re.le ps. 2m Newy or kt, Doe. a._-pffs M .
SYUSM.--.- cents per bottle. Sol by tbhe AnU- i ei. dw." owe& "bit4 o-IWO'W 4"''
Monopoly DrugstoreT. Brnscir u a STme LImHT S 6 1
lu n alU aLia & Hc. a... .,,, ,ss.,
T fl A MYSTERIOUS SUICIM" terawy a a pledging beoom
Jacksonville, Fl., Dec. S L-A weR Twe"ty-Ola t est-.
dressed man supposed to be .- A. _-n
Martin of New York city omoalited AD A C CAL
A suicide in front of '11 Davis street
yesterday. The Identity of the ad. 1. 0a tine . .'-ud .
GET IEM AT de was learned from a key ring I t Previewa t
found by the poTice. Mrtisa was s5teq. Uhe mys 1 3
ping at a localdbotel and no motive is g.. I .... . ..
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FOR


Holiday


Goods


In addition to our regular
line of Dress Goods, Fancy
Goods, Ready-to-wear Goods
for Ladies; Ladies', Gents' and
Children's Shoes and Milli-
nery, we will handle during
the Fair and up to Christmas,
the most up-to-date line of


Fancy Holiday
Novelties


CHINA AND GLASSWARE, DRESSED AND UN-

DRESSED DOLLS, AND TOYS
EVER HANDLED IN THE CITY


PRICES LOW.


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South Side Public Square


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Ocala, Florida


Founders and


1aciinists


SManufacturers of McLana-

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Machinery, Pipe and Pipe


Fittings,


Wire Rope, Steel


Split Pulleys, Rubber Belt-

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Mill Supplies.

PHONE No. 4.


WE REFER TO THAT HANDSOME LINE OF


SILVERWARE

which has been on the road for a month
just came in this morning, and we want
you all to come at once and make your se-
lection of the handsomest line of

Silver Tea Sets, Butter Dishes, Water Sets,
Chocolate Sets, Bakin Dises. SYp Cups, Etc.

As the time isso sht, we will gi spial pris those
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LOST-At the fair grounds, yester-
day afternoon a thirty size lady's
gold watch, with fob and compass
charm attached. A reward of $15
will be paid for its return to the Star
office. 12-10-3t
THE COON BLEW OUT THE LIGHT
Nature Fakir Story Emanating From
Pennsylvania
James Myers and H. B. Tuthill. of
'hester, Pa.. were out after coons
Saturday night and located one In a
tree which it was ImposIble to elimb.
They fired thirty-five shots without
dislodging him. so they fastened a
lighted lantern to the tree six feet
from thA ground and went for more
cartridges. On their return they
found that the coon had descended.
blown out the lantern, and escaped.-
Exchange.
More people are taking Foley'a Kid-
ney Remedy every year. It is consid-
ered to be the most effective remedy
for kdney and bladder troubles that
medical science can devise. Foley's
Kidney Remedy corrects irregularities,
builds up worn out tissues and re-
stores lost vitality. It will make you
feel well and look well Sold by all
druggists.
IMPORTANT NOTICE


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qot ke is hereby given to all mem-
m of there E. & C. U. of A. of Ma-
n county that there is to be a call
eating of the county union to meet
the court house Ia Ocala the AiMt
urday, the wecMm day of January.
05 The onbtmato af mo lmime a t


A CARD OF THANAM
Mr. Robert Taylor, C--mrelal Amat
Atlantic Coast LJS RaSway.-
Dear Mr. Taylor-Now that ag-
Ay is all over. we desire to us to
you personally and through y t1o the
oficals of the A. C. 1., our appMna-
tion and thanks for the Interest thet
you have manifested in the sumace t
the first annual Marion County Fair.
Your company alone ftuIehbld ua
excursion trains, and it was through-
you that we succeeded In getting a
low rate from surrounding poiats.
Please accept our sincere tiSa0 k S1
the courtesies you have shown u.
Yours very truly,
CGeo. K. Robinson, Pr.
David 8 Williams, Secy.
Hoarse cou0s and staff elds that
may develop into p-Ointqw, OM1 V
night are quickly eured by Fete1
Honey and Tar, as ;t soothes Inlamed
membranes, heals the uNKa, and e-
pels the cold from the stem. Sold
by all druggists.
The hunter can find all he needs in
our store. Shotguns, double and
single-barrel, rifles, akiUMIntlUMb f D
kinds, leggings, coats, hunting knlves,
camp outfits, dog collars and Imumsle,
etc. The Marion Hardwanr Com-
pany.
Sam Barco, a student at the Btng-
ham Military school AsbevIl, N C.
but who is spending the bofldas wth
his mother at Sunny 81ope, waa in
town today.
LOST-Leather, wallet containing
papers of the U. S. Health and Acci-
dent Insurance Co. of Saginaw, MIcb,
and other papers. Presse return to
Rev. S. M. Gibbs. city and reeve re-
ward. 12-14-x
Prof. W. W. Smith, of the Reddick
school. was in town today. He re-
ports his school doing splendidly. The
professor will attend the statOe teach-
ers' meeting at Gainesville and ex-
pects to hear a good report from a
former Dunnellon pupil of his. U
Brass, who will be a contestant nla tihe
oratorical contest.
FOR SALE-1f0 acres mgod land, 8
of which is cleared and been cultivat-
ed: has good six-room house, barm,
stables, work hop, cistern; bal me
130 acres pine timber been cut over,
but has good crosetle timber., am
plenty good wood, ad heart post tim-
ber. Price. $S5, half cash. Apply to
'F. W. Ditto.
We have a large assortment of sil-
ver and gold, handsomely deaIgned,
silk and plush lined Jewel and tvMlaet
boxes. Just the thing for ChrIstans
presents. A. t. Burnett, the Jeweler.
Nearly everybody knows DeWittW'
Little Early Risers are the best plsi
made. They are small, rlessant, ms
Little Liver pills. Sold by Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore.
Mr. George Blitch, of BHltchton. I
In the city today. He reports good
crops and an abundance of the sub-
stantials of life in cold storage, smoke
house and Imeel barrel, with corn.
fodder and hay in abundance for the
stock. He brought with him several
bushels of large, -handsome grap.f hit
and he feels mighty proud of the fact
that he has a very promising young
orange and grapefruit grove coming
into bearing. Such men and produc-
ers are the backbone of the land.
Physicians' prescriptions, family re-
cipes, all orders for -medicines filled
under positive guarantee at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore. Only Squlbb.'
chemicals and Parke Davis & Co.'s
drugs sold at this store-both guaran-
teeing purity and strength.
Perry Edwards, the succecaful col-.
ored farmer west of town, will please
accept the thanks of the editor of the
Star for a liberal supply of spare
ribs. which in time will have due
commendation. We thank him for his
generosity and it affords us pleasure
to say he put into cold storage this
morning 1.400 pounds of pork It also
is gratifying to reiterate the fact that
Perry" Edwards and wife made such a
notable showing in farm products at
the late fair and won third prize for
the best general exhibit. To them we
extend best wishes for a merry
Christmas and a happy New eTar.


Takes up at my Man near LTer
Oa Dec. 1th. o ae mro e m elt e it
2% years old; white tar tm
Ower can have mse r pv -
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FOR RMNT-PUrltobed or anteor
Ished ooa. Apply at ths eat. 1.4
A young man that was tsmamt &A
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Tuesday evenings of each moUth, Vis-
iting brothers cordially invited.
Stephen Jewett. =eW failer.
D. S. Williams. Secretary.



Next regular monthly meeting W*
be held Friday evening, Jan. 8th at
7:30 o'clock in Yonge's Hall Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome. -
G. W. Marti, CC.
Chas. L age, Clerk.
L A LL
Mari-D- u AnaLo
No. Is me ts f tsh
A Ctemple on the ame
and third Thursday evennlgs of ach
month. tting brothers cordial
vited. W. D. Oraham, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretarw.


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ser's store. A cordial welcome to vi-
ltng knaghts. H. M eampWa.C.C.
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'I
EVENING STAR PATRONIZE HOE
.L Charles, Ha. l, charleami, W.
C. L. ITTINGER A CO. Va. pharmacist, furniashes the onbmr-
lng newspaper clipping that euld
C. L Siittinger and R. I Carrell appeal to all:
S BThose of you who hav been sak-
Proprietors and Publishers. ing your purchases away fom Chat-
Lleston should think before patroalIaI
C. L. BITTINGER, mail order houses any further.
Editor and General Maager "Who sympathised with you whui
R C Ryour little girl was sick? Was It
R. R. CARROLL, Sears & Roebuck?
City Editor and Busisnes Managegr q .- "Who carried you last water 'whem
Co ieyou were out of a jIb and had ao
money' Was it Montgemery. Ward
SHALL MARION ADOPT & Co. or was it your bome merchant?
TRUE PUBLICITY "When you want to raise money for
TRUE PUBLICITY the charchb, do you write to May.
Mr. Allen Rogers of Jacksonville, trn Company, or do you go to the
who r presents the Florida Mid-Win- home merchant?
tor Exposition, was here during the "How much do Slegel, Cooper &
continuance of th' county fair to note Co. give towards keeping up sidewalks
the display made by our farmers, with or paying the minister's Ilary?
which he was more than pleased; also "When you were Iek how man
to induce the management of the fair nights did Hibbard. Spencer* Bartlett
and those who made the largest and & Co.. sit up rith you?
most creditable exhibits to send them "hen you had to s moey t
to the Jacksonville exposition, so the pay your gas bill did you get it trom
thousands of tourists who visit the the Lariln t op Comony or a bom
metropolis of the state could see the merchant or contractor?
products of the farmers of the various "When your loved oIe was br
portions of Florida. was it your home merchant who dS p-
Prsnally. the Star whes tis ped the tear of sympathy and ttered
Peroally, the Star whe tthe cheering word, or wa t Ma ll
could be done. for if the county fair Field & Co?
is a good thing fir Marion. giving the THE BOSTON LA lES QUARTET "Patronise home merchants."
farmers and producers an opportunity ** *
of seeing what their neighbors are Under bhe auspices of the Ocala This article cannot be given toe
doing and because of the examples ceum Bureau, will sing at the armory wide a circulation for t presents a
presented making them wish to In- Theater Thursday evening. Dec. 31st. wide a n a srculat l, for tive andts a
crease their output, surely the expo- Interesting way. It tbould appeal to
sitioH Is a good thing for a like rea- Mr. W. H. Fort, from across the every person living in a place to buy
son. Oklawaha, who is assisting the Car- every article they use at home, fK their
Now, as we said, this being the ney Investment Company at Lake wants can be suppUed. Our merchants
case and the history of county fairs Weir. was In town yesterday shop-, should incorporate Into their adver-
all ov.er the land shows it to be so, ping. He said he has been with the Ugements that they will duplicate
why not send these products to Jack- Carney company ever since that firm whatever goods they handle and meet
sonville and Tampa and excite in the began to gather and ship fruit and in the prices of any mall order boas,
minds of visitors to our state, who that time they have shipped 18,000 quality considered. "Meet Me ace to
shall visit both the Jacks.nville and boxes and there yet remains to be Face" haslthe correct
Tampa display. an interest in our gathered and shipped some 5.000 boxes h the o
soil and its productions and cause more, which task they expect to finish
them to come among us to see for by the first of February. 1909. He said STEAiNG TOWARD SUZ
th,-ms4.Ive. some fifty hands, black and white, had Aec Ba i i H a
Thi.4 kind of publicity is the best been engaged during the season. That American attleaip eet Has Le
and most effective that can be had. they had earned good wages and done Wa Ceyhington D C, De 21-Rar
other sections all over the land as their work well and he did not think AdmiralCharles S. perrycommand-
well as in Florida has testified to Its that better work had been done by Admiral Ch Amerin battlerr, ip fleet ca-
r',..ults and why not Marian. We have any gang of men anywhere in the bled the navy, department that the
land the equal of the best In the state. The men are especially ples- fleet made it departure yesterday
state. What we need is people to oc- ed with the treatment received from from Colombo, Ceylon, for Suez.
cupy and cultivate this land. We the managers of the company. The fleet has begun the longest sin-
imuot interest the outsider, the man gle leg of its world cruise, through the
*- ,king a home with us. This is a THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE Indian ocean, the Arabian and Red
reliable and effective means to an end. seas.
Will the people of Ocala and Marion The exhibit made by Messrs. Smith
county adopt this method. et a hustle & Roberts. of the Ocala Furniture Co..THE CHRISTMAS EDITION
on them. or set down quietly and tell at the county fair and the work done CRT A E IT
,ach other what we have, but keep it on same by Mr. Knap, the local sales- OCALA EVENING STAR
a profound secret from the outside man, who is employed by the com- -.
world If we expect to advance our pany. attracted the attention of the Miss Marion's Note to Her Northern
material and pecuniary interests along ladies, who were especially interested Friends
the lines suggested, we must be up in it because of the beautiful work "Oho there, my friend, come into
and doing, not only today, but tomor- the machine was made to do by the my land and settle.
row and every day and season of the manipulator of the same."In Ocala or Berlin or Lo Kiss or
year and like the drops of ink that Oklawaha's valley;
make millions think, we will at least NEW IRISH POTATOES "Or in Dunnellon-on-the-Withla-
produce an impression that will lasi -.- coochee, or where better suits your
and bring untold benefits and pros, New Irish potatoes 40 cents a peck, mettle.
prity, at Martin & Carn's. 12-18-m "Yes. you Benfle, Colmore, Peter,
California Is a glowing, burning .t 'Mabel, Margia, Opal, Dixie, Ltte"
example of everlasting keep at the SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE Albert Anson Graham
publicity proposition and get results. Ocala Florida, December 21. 1W0.
If Sanford, the celery city. can spend If you want new Champion, New
several thousand dollars to maintain Home Sewing Machine, never osed. The Marion County Fair, which
an exhibit of her products and they call or or write this office and le can closed Saturday, another day having
testify to bringing results, why not give you a big bargaln. been added on account of the popm-
Marion' labrity of the fair, seema to have been
THE GENTLEMAN'S SCRUB RACE entirely successful as a r exhbition of
The Star ha. been accused of fail- what can be done in oje of the agre-
The tar has been accused of fai FO R I cultural counties of the State. It gave
Ing to mention the gentlemen's scrub D CA.I abundant proof that no other county
race at the fair grounds Friday, which in Florida affords better opportunities
proved so interesting to the thousands for pleasant homes and -ccnmmu.tlmn
of spectators present and deemed by of wealth in many different lines than
them as entertaining as any act of does Marton.-Times-Unlon.
that fair. Well, here are the facts In .j
er. Ditto, Guerr, antnU Camiha lLRE EN E
There were four entries, namely: ELCTRIC OOTING
and Beasley, the last nam -d from Or- ---- about the house is em of those ~Aa"r-
lando. r ican Electric Smoothingl Irons. Heat-
The conditions were that each man ed in a minute, an even **perature,
should at a given signal untie his never soiled or smoked. Get yo wfe,
horse, the animals having been pre- Tnm Tnei.re W mother or sister one of them. Two
viously hitched to the railing in front sizes and prizes. Ask H. W. Tucker
of the grandstand, lead him to the to show them to you.
buggy backed against the fence in ImlOnlths M S
front of the judge's stand, take the MAJOR O. J. SMITH
harness, which should have nothing i Fone A r
but buckles to it. put it on the horse, oA uw nde o and Pr Aesint of tih AIw-
hitch him to the buggy, get in and m ica Press Aaaacation, lmm0-d
drive around the half-mile track. The r New York, Dec. 21.-Maj. Orlando
driver complying with the rules and Jay Smith, president and general man-
r. aching the flni.sh line first to be de- ak M m aP 5 ager of the American Press Assocla-
ct'lared the winner. uipersisemdrtl. Wu."I" N It-i aM tion, since 1882, died at his home in
Mr. Itea.sley got off first. He hitch- aledmlelieSlaml pal. Dobbs Ferry last night.
ed his horse without a flaw. Dr. ., .tI. Maj. Smith, founder and president
<;uerrant with a few minor mishaps until his death of the American Press
follow, d and bhecaus.- Mr. Beasley's Association, was a prominent figure in
horse broke,. Dr. Guerrant caught up fW'l SV American journalism for forty years.


with himhn. overtook him and came I As head of the largest newspaper syn-
h--nn. a winner. dicate in the United States he held
Mr. ('armichael's horse oid not fully s impuWm.ar* relations with publishers throughout
-1-.-y him. made him lose time and in why we *I the country.
his agerness to get off. Mr. t'armi- *L # THE H
chael forgot to fas-tn the back straps. THE HOWARD ORANGES
which cau.msed the buggy to run
ug.tinst the legs of his animal and to I am now booking ordre for Christ-
keel, the huggv from running onto the TWO G deS: mas shipments. Prifes:. Presenta-
horse. Mr. C'armichael put him to a tion boxes (oranges, tangerines and
gallop, coming in third. Mdium We grapefruit), 2.50 per box; half or-
Franuk Ditto. with his cream colored Medium weight cotton, anges and half grapefruit, $26 per
ch.urgfr in the. first place forgot to 6 pairsf for...-... 1 50 box; oranges alone (ripe full-flavored
tie hii. noirec to the ftene. but this I fruit), $M25 per box. F. O. B. Auburn-
was ovrlooked. and in leading the Silk lisle thread, all dale, Fla. No shipments made bef
minimal up to the- hutggy. the horse 'Dec. 15th E. M. HOWARD.
walk- th., harnress and in his haste to reach ______
th.- hoi.se anti throw the harness on A DEMENTED MOTHER
him. h- minissed his calculation and in- ----l
t~t'-:t of the harni.ss going over the Administered Poison to Her Three
h1.r,**s ba'k, they struck hi. side and Children
fell to the ground. In his efforts to Montpelier. la.. Dec. 21.-Three
regai the lost ground. he made the depths near here yesterday, to which
m.cond attempt with no better sue- V 8a 1 Ly LOre a fourth may be added, are the result
q-,.s4 and by the time he did succeed ; of a mother's deranged mind.
in throwing the harness over the Mrs. John Rosen. the wife of a
horse, he iook.d around to see where ranchman, administered strychnine to
his comlwtitors w. -re and ,ioted them FAJL AND MINTER her three children, a baby and two
sp.'eding half around the track and sons,. aged 7 and 10 years, after dis-
while gazing at them his horse again TT fLO] solving the drug in wine. She then
starteil up the track, which so dis- poisoned herself. There is thought to
gruntled him with his failure that he a VA be hope for the secid son. who re-
wilted and gave up the contest. sited the efforts of his mother to give
This little episode in the game so him wine and swallowed but little of
excited the crowd to mirth and friend- I HAVE MY FALL AND WINTEk it. Mrs. Rosen has 'been suffering
ly suggestions, that Mr. Ditto immed- STOCK OF PIECE GOODS 'from melancholia.
jatly fled from the track. But he An elegant, exclusive line and will be CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
has since regained his good humor isa to show you the goo TO CURE A COLD IN ONE AY
and says that he will try it again next make yeor fall or winter suit or treus- Take LAXATIVE BROMO QuInne
time. We wish him better success. ew. You don't have to wait. Pick ot Tablets. Druggists refund money if
But now comes Dr. Walter Hood and your goods and the sut i made and it fails to cure. B. W. GROVE'8 sig-
he has the nerve to say that had he d at on and W i aranmd a to nature is on each box. 25e.


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with the beginning of

the New Year is to have


That Faulty Vision

OF YOURS REMEDIED


Consult us about the matter. We offer you
the best facilities of the best equipped optical es-
tablishment in the state. Thoroughly modern in
all respects, and the services of a skilled optician.
registered and licensed. Graduated from several of
the best colleges, If we cannot remedy your trou-
ble we will plainly tell you so, but we are curing
or greatly benefitting 9 out of 10 of the cases we
undertake.
Call at our optical office and labartory, second
floor of the Gary Block, and let us examine your
eyes.


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Is the figure we will sell the remainder of our st
shoes at rhe goods are all new and of the ve
known makes. AFTER A FEW DAYS i
the stock remaining will be shipped to the comn
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Santa Claus on

"The Limited*

lr HA .. SWrET.
(Copyrght. p10., by American rs AM-
1 t"HE Chicao Uimated was paUftn
|| out of the Grand OmUtr ml a,
Jj, tlon In New York s Dr. Heary
Vin Valkenbewg submitted his
ticket to the gatean. He dashed
through, pushing that Indignant o&-
clal to one side. made a Aeap for the
railing of the last car of the train
and a friendly brakeman drged hin
"on board." Dr. Van Valkenberg
smiled a Ulttle ruefully as he thanked
the man and rubbed the achf sur-
face of his hand. Then he pulled him-
self together, picked up the books and
newspapers he had dropped a&l which
the' bystanders bad Many
nurfd after him
and oght hi
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c aeelp car.
"0-oh! Were
youa hartw said
Sa votee behind
h iM. "I was so
*M 'fald you wef
S sotng to al."
Dr. Van Val-
kenberg, who
was a tan man

Sfrom eat
height At hs
Sweet stood a
I baby. At Iab t
she seemed, a
baby to mal-
r though she was
v very dignified
and whoey NK
"e TU T?" possessed and
fully four years old. She was lookt
up at him with dark brown eyes and
was so delidous in her almost maternal
solk Itude that he smiled Irrepre-bly.
"Why, no. thank you," be mad. I
am not hurt. Didn't you see the kind
man help me on to the car?"
"rm very glad," abe amd, with dig
nlty. "I was 'rad h be hurt you." She
turned as she spoke and toddled iat
the section opposte his, where a plain
but kindly faced elderly woman wt. '
"Won't you come over and vitt meat"
he asked. "I am very loney, and I
have no one to take care of me."
She slid off the seat at once, wtth
great alacrity.
"rd like to." she said, "bt I mat
ask Nana. I muat always ak a
now," she added, with dutiful emph'
sia, "'fore I do anyfing."
She laid her hand on the glovedt Sn-
gers of the nurse as she spoke, and the
woman opened her eyes, shot a quick
glance at the man and nodded. She
had not been asleep. Dr. Van Valken-
berg rose and lifted his vitor to the
seat betide him, where her short les
stack out In uncom~mpvislig rigidity.
"I can take care of you." We sai d
brightly. "I taked car of mmma a
great deal, and I gave her ber med-
cn'."
"Very wOl," he aid, with the smDea
women lwed; "tf you really are going
to take care of me I must know yjr
name. You see," hb explained, "I
might need you In the night to get me
a glass of water or asomethag. Just
think how di-app.A4hi it would bh
If I should call you by t" wrong naise
and some other little gm eaner
"You say funny thing." shabe sd
contentedly. "Bet there Isn't any other
little girl In the car. I looked soon as
I came In. 'cos I wanted one to play
with. I like little girls. I like little
boys. too," she added, with Innocent


expansiveness.
"Then we'll play rm a Uttle boy.
You'd never believe It, but I used to
be. You haven't told me your name."
"Hope," she said promptly. "Do you
think it Is a nice name?" She made
the Inquiry with anxious Interest
"I think Hope is the nicest name a
little girl could have except one," he
said. "The nicest little girl I ever
knew was named Katharine. She grew
to be a nice big girl, too, and has little
girls of her own now. no doubt." he
added, half to himself.
"Were you a little boy when she was
a little girl?" asked his vialtor.
"Oh. no; I was a big man, just as I
am now. Her father was my Mfrend
and she lived In a white house with
an old garden where there were all
kinds of flowers. She used to play
there when she was a tiny baby. and
I would carry her around and hold her
high up so she could pull the apples
and pears off the trees. When she
grew larger I gave her a borse ad
taught her to ride. She seemed lke
my very own Uttle girl. bat by and by


she grew up and became a young lady,
and-well, she went away from me,
t and I never had another little giri."
"Did she go to heaven? asked the
little girl softly.
"Oh. dear, no" answered the doctor,
with brisk cheerfulness.
"Then why didn't sae keep en being
your ttte sgrt always s
The doctor hesitated a moment. He
was making the discovery that after
many years old wooue e an re
Ock of and throb. No one had ever been
y best brave enough to Mbrach to hm the sab-
ry st ject ofa this sagle lave afr which
.ll of he was now dIacmbing.
"We, you se e" h explataed, "ther
"ary boys liked her too. And when she be-
me and came a e ma y otr M h and


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Do you thtk she would mpd thaWr
turned to the U e
"I be w yer pare". a bemIdN. I e
takei a great &acy to Yew
charge, and I want yot help to N
out a plan of bmme. I hM"e S
to Hop te tash ban p her autoA
tugs tomigh t.I have erwy ra-M no
believe fat Santa f a- BW et W
ed, "1u ma to leaaraeh hNew
The nlny heattair ated aMMB&
drew hhi edcaue frOm 119 eokt lie i*4r
handed her oe of the be ft SAm
board it cotated.
"I haTe no evU desl,"' he
cheerfully. yoU ae a Now oatm,
you may pealuy kaow who I am.'
The woman's fae utp a rend
the name. She turned toard i W f-
pulsTly, with a very pleasmt m=No%
"Indeed I do, doctor." she UaA@
"Who doea net? Dr. Abbey at t
yo last weak. he added "tr a
co-WItat= over the l0 aa I -
thto dMa mother. BMt you wee oat
of town. W:e r an I *Mppetod.
wift pr- rwevI bl y. '
TeM. dotor."
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ar oroora. had ng up r st .ock-
Ings for Santa Claus. The hearts of
fhthersa motbers and dodug unek M A:
sponded at once. Drellag esses wUMr
unlocked, great Tallses were opened.
mysteilous bundles were auwrapped,
and from all these sources came gifts
of surprising Atneas.
A succeesialon of long drawn. ecstatic
breathe and happy gurgles awoke thef S'
pasaenges on the car Florodoas at a
unseemlyboarChrit mornag.sand am
a small white figure, dad lmformally A ^ J

woolly lambs behind It. cas eVM
there was the a eak of a tlng doll
and always there were the patter of
small feet and soft cootg of a chld' s
laughter. Dawn wv Jut approach-
lng, and the lamps, sti Mburniag anted
pale In the gray lght. But In e
length of that car there was no seI A
so base as to long for silece and they
pillow. Crabbed old faces looked ad _.__________
between the cwrtats and almBed. By es
long nused to tears Mt a sMAdimJ
strange moisture.
Throughout the day tim snow asMl
MeI, ad the entride wort see red tar
away and dreamike to Dr. Van Val- .
kenaberg. The real tags were this
traa, cutting tshe way t break th e
ma and ias title chWd. growtag
deeper a hte is heart wtkh eb m e-
me.t et htpa The stvUMen was
he told hmaif He had merely gane
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HOLIDAY SPECIALS! mm
Erks meet this evening. AlW-a-A -f ,'
CHAMPAGNE Odd Fellows meet tonightL 1 i fll
OTr PTs. R y al Scho-ns Leamem COam# Yew
Latnn Pere & Fils, Reimn .............. ...... ...... ..... 2.25 Eagles meet tomorrow evenlg.
G. H. Mumm & Co, Extra Dry ................ ...... ... ... 4. 200
Meet & Chandon, White Seal ................. ...... ...... 4.58 2= See the moving pkictre sotws at _ W ki t
Ripia Co., Domestic ...................... ... ... ... .... 2 1J.0 Fl held's. ._
mat"e ptas gV-
CLARETS Mrs. Will tiocker went downto e a .. I + .
Rudelle A Co, Bordeaux................. ......1 $ .5 J 1 bu this afternoon
Jules Merman & Co. Berdeaux ........... ... ... ...... ... 1J 5 5
St. George Vineyards, California ..................... . .75 Pay uo a visit when looking for pr- i i, Wif.i -
ents for Christmas. Fishers.
RHINE WINE letP s Gral4E, O is
RHINE WINE Mr. E. Phillip of held.
Eckel Bros.M Didasheim ................. ... ... ... ... ... ... ....$1.s paid us a pleasant cmaa today. Gag Plms I
St.L Gerge Vineyards. California ........ ... ... ... ... ... ... ..... . .A tree In or W1lw. lt Eih jajufh
SAUTERNES the children come to see It. Fsherl 1
Jules Merman & Co, Bordeaux ......... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....$1.50 Mr. Robert Muupe of Pine was in lru m 6 0VUI:
Barton & Guestier, Brdeaux ............ ... ... ... ... ... ... ....$1.5I town today. ______ .-*-_-_-_-_-_-_----
California Wine Aseeciation ............. ... ... ... ... ... ... ....$10 -, -...- a a.
Two second-hand wagnes tar misU 4"-I'. A
VERMOUTH cheap. Apply to r. W. Dtoon wrea" b l lob
Francesco Cinzane, Turin (Italian)........ ... ... ... ... ... ...1....1.50 Yesterday was the shortest day in sta mps at t lefi aIl, i 6
Sube & Cie Marseille, (French) ......... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....$1.50 the year.d a" X
Victor Gautier Cis ............................ .. ... ......... ....$1. Alt a Persom sel tbha. It s Sr .
Dol-dol noble cause. The mto m e
t9 .,--4 oIn-< ,.l-^on-do,4o lto- t*96 t 1* ,,,0:i T|-.
SHERRIES Fishei's. on the light Mit I bMm a B
the stamps cost only a mGt each. s'
R. C. Ivingston Co., Jere, Spain, dry.... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...$1.0 them on your ChrstmaesM. a ,,
H. do S. Guell, Tarragona, Spain, sweet... ... ... ............ .. ...1M The Arcade barbershop will not be
Garrtt Co. ............................... ...... ...... ...... ...$.75 open Christmas day. C l I a p
PORTS Use Plank's ChlTl TeoSe. uara ey that awe* 5m e ,
teed. Price 26c. dOd by a- I 'gsin T.s.heA m- b Xiatbm -,2M
Graham 4 Co. ........................ .. ... .. ... ..... ... ... ... .1i0 r i l ado rdb. ha ii
Garrett & Co. ..................................... ...... ...... 7.... .75 Mrs. Ben Bltch of BMltebton was in L -
town today shopping. Mrs. Mallory lddaa ymma~ g '
DOMESTIC WINES of JacksotvIle, aIre na wn a d wifla p mi M
Golden Gate Apricet Wine ............... .......... $1 Old Senta is at hemo for the 19M spend the holidays with Mra. LMda mt-il
Golden Gate Orange Wine.............. ... .. hol .... ... t$1. : whheOfsm Wea Mr. and Mrs. 3'.Pottr.1
Garrtt ckberry ..............................................$ Major Priest and Chet. were In Mrs. B. S. West ers, ot TS ha, s
Garrett Virginia Dar ................... ...... ... ............. $5 town today, thergas oa lt mir Mrs. m ai ....
IMPORTED WHISKIES Red Cres CHRISTMAS STAMPS third ward.-sa dMr. a ldeaits t
at the Posteffice Dragtes. 12-14 -- ea
Lowrie 4 Co. London Jamaica Rum....... ... ... ... ... ..........$1.75 Mrs. Samfo and auifter, -
Dunville & Co. Irish Whisky ............ ... ... ... ... ... .......$1.75 Mr. Blair of Cornell. came up this R. 0. Blake, Mr. G. W. MNrtMe imV ,M
Ramsey Scotch Whisky ................. ... ... ... ... ............175 morning to do some shopping. Miss Jemailu Marin, who spaet ow l sI
Black and White Scotch Whisky ........ ... ... ... ... ... ... ....$1.75 eral days with Mr. aad Mlr. 3I. L
Haig & Haig Scotch Whisky ............... ... ... ... ... ... ......** Use Planki Chill Tonic. Guaran- Wartmun at ttnr., returned hoe
Schiedam Gin ...... ...... ... ......... ... ... ... ... ... ... .....$1.75 teed. Prlee 25c. Sold by all Bdr Sunday. Mrs. Samford and Mias- af. w a tna*
Samford wIl return to tbeWr hom-e 5-
We s c y a I e O1 e (Be -- Horse clipping done at the Tompkins Opelika, Ala., tomorrow.
& Cobb livery stable 11-18
Red Cross CHRISTMAS STAMPS FOR SAL--A Isny m In i ap1 "s
__l___ld_*m at the Peostoffe Drugstore. 12-14 coD. lAplyto
D.K.D I-Smith.-n-: y- e
a antie CUM and her ieces.theVIMP
REMEMBER PIEL'S BEER; THAT REAL GERMAN BREW M"iss e""a, at ""sngMSe -
holiday at Sparr. Mr. I. Anderson, h the i l.tr :. ;
tune yesterday to vbe a b~easeem C=a. N. A& 1 wM w, A
pongea. spounges, direct trom the silver purse toteo fiaf her tBew, a fe"N 'Wp mg gg a
K a l n g & C o. fisheries. Prices that surprise, att dek While there was no m Ine aa ata at
Anti-Monopoly .JDragstr. the purse, there were sovem plas8t ea 4-01 tik'.
Value. The parse, wasprir < eeTe-.o h.0-e to
Iessrs. H. H. Petteway and W. W. highly by Miss Mariow. aai a
Garris, of Homosassa, were in town tI
CALA A Fl O D Ai today. A fall line of geral Aardware all ire e is tipu lag
OCALA. FLORID kinds of thin enameled. Ieet
We have a pretty line of diamonds, cast Iron and grnitr cook L a lem .'i 4i -IL(.v"
rings, pins. etc. A. X. Barnett, the In stock at our str. Ma m arde bda m kty- wir n r *
Jeweler. 12-14-dw ware Company. 14 ea); SAP
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Branch of Sam- Mr. Ashburn of Befleview. was in T1000 6 e r 0 att ,am
merfleld, drove In this morning to do town yesterday with a losad of ,- absaM .e the ri is
some Chrislknas shopping. anges and grapetrult. a was Mr. ev*r-'; a - -
- s s shoppin-- Brant, of Lake Bryant, for whleh they
Let the children mcoe anm get paper, found a ready le, Mli +", ...
envelepea and stampe to wrtae eod o Bm
Sa. ta Claus, at the Bazaar Stemo rimg the ablhMr to me aid id d e a r& a fl
at the B0 mue sao s. wGmsrem e.i .le a.
HERE IS NOTHING that strikes terror to t Mr. Briance returned last night. Mrt .
from Tallahassee with seven prison- Mr. L. S. Scroble, of IAeebrg, rep- -,-i .
heart of par m than to b awake i er for the turpentine camps. resenting the Clyde Imed, was In the Th aIell-a mil't I fII
J the niht by the ruga c which a", Post cards of the Seatl:prd wreek was doing a dtre m-adoutn p Ie & A3. X m P s .-..eII
an attack e p The child Bay retire with for gaae by T. R. Mi1. Sfdio North A v ''
nothing b a 8ih c aw houn lar die family Matnolia street. 12-7-x We have a most ezwualte fluet of will be S t he ,f., ? s^
be argued by the ..m. m Ev.ery hone whe- Mr. Nixon and Mr. Fred Hail came ferent pieees. Thae Ati-Meapty r, t t M a he M
there are Siai e should be preared for these sMds. up from the lake today to attend to Dragatore. m 1tow y 11 nallrte
some Chrlatmas shopping. Ncw Aal, Bfcla Bi-. --l,
den attacks, as prompt teatment ecessary. Do not son Chrg the out of town people at the rauie as a B-tie t. .* -
experiment with remediS of doubtful value, but get / From my line of sterling silver Ocala House today were Mr. mad Mrs. 'Win 5aCe- w, t Di .V
toilet articles you can get almost any- C. H. 8troser, Levoi; Mr. To.. W. .
S thing that you wish. A. E. Burnett. Curtis St. Loumis:;; M. D. Abrams, St. ]FOKR A~-M a --I n;: a k ulll"
C H A I LouRAS and Mr. B. Carathe--,or Ox-. e1tet. Ie'ir 1- Mak -, a
CA MEA I Mr. C. H. Dame went down to Ho- ford. the Crt aeM.
der this afternoon to organize a camp
of Woodmen. The largest shipment ofat Nunnmly Cshaimn 8let-- iAde an-
YDC EMOH REM EDY Candles that ever camoe to Ocals, j.t Carn ot the aMeool Mh.eidil a telr
CU R EIt Is very necessary that you shouldd in at the Potofnce Drug Ster. 11 todar atin the wae L
buy your presents for C'hrlatmas at parta for Deember. A we re
Fishers to save money, Correct sad warrants we au
s hool teahers as tt the eyan as
that has been in use for nearly forty years and never know. Have you seen the new visible Fay 3 Je| a memy Chribetma.
O fJL b~Shole typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co. ,, | "
general agents. Aa R n NMT-A .I-rn O a i
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SNow is the time to plant your gar- ne, T~taseRla Oleath i i t l
Mr. Homer Krohn of Lisbon, "We guaranteeden. We have all kinds of garden TApply 'to D. T BSd." 11i
olwa. in a letter to the manufac- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, seed for fal planting. Tydings & Ca
turers of Chamberiain's Cough savs W. M. Parish. Palmerston, i I Mr. Joe Tayr. w o w=a a ,
Remedy praises this medicine for Ontario. "Out of the many bottles We carry the best line of toilet atr- S P T] pite c et h geace a h "
what it has done for his children, sold last winter not one was re- ti-esopsperfumes.etc.,In thetm r is Isnak *a
lie says: "It has not only saved turned. We recommend it eity.C, soapsm perfumes, etc., convince. Ty- aheeteowes at the
them once but many a time. Oglv cially for children with croup." ty. ome n and be convinced. Ty- i =s t tte
two weeks ago my boy had the Chambqlain's Cough Remedy is dings & Co. wiml rum a- b hls the"l
croup so bad in the night that had famous for its prompt acres l M **
it not been for having a bottle of coughs, colds and croup. When I Bay. do you1drink whisky at Ho-
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in givrn as soon as the child becomes pn's place There you get pure In town yesterday
the house he would have choked hoarse an attack of croup may be goods. Hogan. the mail order houe.
before a doctor could have gotten averted. This medicine is entirely P K.. J L .la MdIrhD, Orawm# Ue; Min
to the house. It is a medicine that freefrom narcotics or injuries sub-Prof. K. J Weihe. of Jacknnvlle. J LLd t, Das: mm li
no one should be without at any stances of any kind and may be visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S A Blst l rS.
time." It is pleasant to take a gd given to the little oncs with abo. Fred G. B. Weihe, during the holi-
many children like it. lute safety. days. Weaarm Tur, '
If you have not done so. pay a visit m sTaaor can u~ a few e ds t b- a
to the -econd floor of the Baaar eustomoer with her exoelent Quava unual r attret vwo r mit s-,
Attacks of croup are mo likely to occur dring the ear Stor-. where Prank Gadson is show- lad nearly ftry pte eta t
winter mpl antd every family with young children shcld ing several thousand dollars worth ofJlly. Call at Noit Matula"NV t0 a1 tt r go 1 ift
be prepared for it. Keep a bottle of CHAMBERLAIN'S re' ba in' 1-4 -tf tt or phone 321. a t s ,orSi tin
COUGH REMEDY in your home. It only costs a quarter, Mss Annie Sharp. one of the teach- h" ofee I t 10c rll i2.-
so t in Washington Seminary. Atlanta. WsoTO D A Y t o
Ss 0 __Your____________________ it. i friends Oalato spend the holidays with "OD A Y....
friends. Whst fell at Agg
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Mrs. R. A. Burford has returned our P ladlftaftal&
-- from Troy. Alabama, where she was Pine t he Wioby i no
THE FRA--the Rest Printed Magazine in America. called to attend the funeral of her I X H--
father, Mr. Murphree. A A Mr. J. G. Mrlg of liane. a 9*II
es taty with a Bad of mraseg 6OA
i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Payne. who w hiW h horne m t h e* i t
f have been at the Campbell House for New is the Time to Sand er t a It we t mea Mr. O. I0 m s eto Iek s
AR 3E: W^^ A^ J^ ID Irlseveral days. have started housekeep- SOX of Mixed or Any Kid af motae to et to amrk-eP EM.
Ing In the second ward. g b-e w a v= a pwrpl ealifftGootooN
We will give you a Scholarship In the International Correspondence School ing In the econd ward. CHOICE FRUIT pp _.
-$SI0o Course--Any Subject. Or we will give you a Howard Watch. $50. FOR SALE-Two mules tudebak- Everyone knows we handle the best L A 1itJU
(Gold Model, 25 year Guarantee. If you send us 100 new FRA Magazine Sub- er wagon and other farm tiplements; and our prices are the most repoin- At the mee0d p *at o at, -s
scriptions. Also 25%' Cash Commission Paid on all Subscriptions. 200 bushels of corn, 100 bales of hay. ble. because we buy and sell mere. ya er I
We Want 50,000 New FRA Subscribers Befere Feb. 1st, 1M Apply to Geo. B. Stein. city. 1-7-s Don't buy unWtl you see, pmhoe .or tIN a Srt- cl lea l wI
write mn --th en use yuear ow. Jed- t ft "
W., nef. your assistance. and we are willing to pay for it in C ah. Each While the fair is on see the display meant. We sgaranteeev,,thln. +bAFd l
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FAST CRUISERS F OR TAFT
Montana and North Carolina Will
Make Trip tA Panama
Washington, Dec. 1.-Secrery
Newberry has advised President-elect
Taft that the armored cruisers North
Carolina and Montana will be placed
at his disposal when Mr. Taft and his
party, which is to be composed of a
number of engineers, go to Panama
next month. The use of the fast
cruisers will enable Mr. Taft to make
the trip, leaving about January 23. in
time to return to Washington at the
time the Electoral College meets.
WHERE BULLETS FLEW
David Parker, of Fayette, N.. Y. a
veteran of the civil war, who lost a
foot at Gettysburg, says: "The good
Electric Bitters have done is worth
more than five hundred dollars to me.
I spent much money doctoring for a
bad cane of stomach trouble, to little
purpose. I their. tried Electric Bitters,
and they cured me. I now take them
as a tonic, and they keep me strong
and well." 50c at all drug stores.
A LIGHTNING-FIRE PISTOL
New York. Dec. 22.-Maj. John P.
Hains, U. S. A.. gave a demonstration
of an automatic pistol similar to that
used by his brother. Capt. Hains, when
William E. Annis was killed, In the
Astoria Schuetzen Park yesterday
with the idea of showing that there
can be no irregularity in spacing shots
from it. when it is fired rapidly, as
has been testified by witnesses in the
Halns trial now under way.
Six shots were fired, according to
the chronometer.r n one and three-
fifth seconds. The Major fired again,
the six shots following faster than one
could count. These were the last for
the main spring of the pistol had
broken.
DON'T BE HOPELESS
About yourself when you are crippled
with rheumatism or stiff joints-of
course you've tried lots of things and
they failed. Try Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment-it will drive away all aches,
pains and stiffness and leave you as
well as you ever were. Sold by the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
RANKLED IN HIS MIND
Pensacola. Dec. 21.-Robert Laird,
an employee of the Pensacola navy
yard. was shot and instantly killed
yesterday afternoon by an Italian bar-
ber named Tony F'cettli who was ar-
rested by marines "'iad !s In Jail.
Laird, who was a young man of excel-
lent reputation, was standing in a
group of young men on a street cor-
ner on the naval reservation when
the Italian approached and without
warning drew a revolver and fired five
shots at Laird. Laird fell in his
tracks and died without uttering a
word.
Last week Laird declined to further
patronize Facetti because of the al-
leged uncleanliness of Facetti's tools.
This enraged the Italian, but Laird
*walked out of the shop and nothing
more was said and the Incident was
forgotten by LaIrd's friends.
THE WIURRECT TIME
To stop a cough or cold Is just as soon
as it starts-then there will be no
danger of pneumonia or consumption.
Just a few doses of Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup taken at the start will
stop the cough. If It has been running
on for sometime the treatment will be
longer, but the cure Is sure. Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
A 9S-YEAR MASQUERADE
Manhattan, Mont., Dec. 21.--"Sam-
my" Williams, the woman who mas-
queraded as a man for nearly half a
century in different parts of the West,
her secret being discovered only after
she was dead. became In her youth
engaged to be married. Her parents
objected and she left her home and
donned male attire. Once she visited
her old home disguised as a tramp.
She kept her secret so skillfully that
her parents and nearest relatives
never knew she had called until after-
ward.
GUILTY OF COUNTERFEITING
Passing counterfeit money Is no
worse than substituting some un-
known worthless remedy for Folley's
Honey and Tar, the great cough and


cold remedy that cures the most ob-
stinate coughs and heals the lungs.
Sold by all druggists.
UNCLE SAM'S SUGAR BILL
Washington. D. C.. Dec. 21.---Cold
figures gathered by the Bureau of Sta-
tistics show that the average Ameri-
can citizen consumes half his own
weight In sugar every year and Un-
cl. Sam's sugar bill averages a mil-
lion dollars a day.
A statement issued by the bureau
reads more like popular fiction than
like a government report. The total
consumption of sugar in the United
$Wates In 1907 reached 7,089,667,975
pounds.
"Calculating this enormous total at
the average retail price of five and
one-half cents per pound." the report
states: "We get a total of $372,000.-
000 as Its cost to the consumer, or
more than a million dollars for each of
the 365 days of the year."
ROGERS' LIVERWORT,
TAR AND CANCHALOGUA
For the complete cure of coughs.
colds, asthma and bronchitis and all
lung complaints tending to consump-'
tion Liverwort Tar and Wild Cherry
have for ages maintained an estab-
lished reputation as a standard cough
remedy. It contains no oplr-n or
harmful drug. Can be given with
safety to children. Price $1. Sold by
druggists. Willams' Manufacturing
Co.. Props. Cleveland, 0. Sold by the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


AMaCine M. L A. -
(Co-mmmicasd.)
Thou ship of state writh sallrs fto
every Sea,
Seamen who bravedl mnmow wilds
win victory-
For the land of their pride, Sr which
they died-
On trackless shores and ocean wide.
Still cheering on, with brave valor
and pride,
They gave up life for thee-home of
the free,
Calling thee "America," "Sweet land
of liberty."
Patriots they-who from the East
came down,
Chivalrous knights, as noble am kings
of old.
The past wreaths their brows with
laurel's crown:
We, the present and future, with love
in living hearts bold.
Dear land peopled with the Mayflow-
er's crew,
Who named thee "America" with the
last breath they drew,
Bidding their children make our fas
of red, white and blue.
Its colors tell of their blood, innoceoce
and honors true.
Dare we. after they, through storms ao
smoke and flame
Christened thee 'America, ia deeds mad
soaL
Change It Another name would be
our shame!
So United States of America well be,
and ere long
United States shall be Amerlesa won
by Washington,
Ruled by Presidents of a people tree.
A united republic that shall crown the
sea,
Unturling o'er the Western World, our
flag of liberty.
Her sons ask of time, not amiss their
claim-
With their mighty fleet to ride every
ocean's wave,
And navy, whose men crown their
states with fame,
Whose God-given flag stands for the
free and brave,
Ask to keep the same "America" our
fathers gave.
Hall, United States of Amereta!
sounds from every shore.
Welcoming our stars and stripes won
long ago.
Omnipotent Power, forbid *te change,
or shame e'er ride
Amid thy folds, oh! flag, and may
thy name ever be
United America, whose grand men
shall abide
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My country, home of the noble free./
America, ship of states, with thy
plant tars,
Whose sons and daughters bear bon- "
ored scars
waves ever aloft in victory, our fag
of stars,
Who gave birth to America and peace
and saucease of war.
From heaven's blue. war's blood and
peace's white robe, CHRISTMAS WILL M A
Time wove our flag to wave o'er her BAD DAY FOR THIME RN M
abode.
With hearts of oak. through shell and The HKu ad md atsi M of H* i
smoke. I
They bravely fought, and nobly a Fmas i .t
wrought. dow ,-
Soanoke. Va.. Dec. o2.-While Of ot ,. .:f oateag
A nation. American, brightest In route with his wife andM twv el- '
galaxy of nations. dren from cer Caa to nad opeft- e
Who In Christ's name to all lands of erburg, Va., where they. expecd to
the earth, tnake 0 r bows, Chuntar111rac, m s Q
Call to help hold the banner of Italian met a tragic 4t leo nw
Him whole e birth ham* Va. early ye terdm. OnsBreb
Our Bible says. "gave peace on earth was found hanglg t too&ttree la-m N .'


for our nation- hld Va,, accord g to the moAteetr.' ,-.
For freedom's holy light again, and was robbed and ure. ,
His protecting care, Amen. When the tma reached Bl t o
Foley's Orino Laxative cures chronic wife and children. The taln p pulled
constipation and stimulates the liver, out before Krelcar returned and he i :
Orino regulates the bowels so they will was left behind. V SNOW

all druggists. and when the train reached Roanoke
after midnight, Mrs. iar aa te acn ti a MBp


lldurkmea olar s p s money and two Canadian cuitn wore
-In Krelcars pocket. .
The conductor amid that Krel"m
In Connecion With the HW Ofte appeared to be V happy atthe
----- prospects of reachingr his new ho"e it L '
Skilled workmen and courteous at- time to spend the holidays wttk h .is '' "
tentio nto all. Special attention to wife's father, Frank FPyter, a rsmert
children. living near Petersburg. The be..
has been taken to Peteiabw& forf wr
ELECTRIC MASSAGE terment. ,
HOT AND COLD WATER A PERSONAL APPEAL
If we could talk to you pe rsS "
g A. nnTECH PU -mwitr about the great merit of Fer's Heaeo'
A. and Tar, for coughs, cold aad mgA
Trouble, you never could be landuced
experiment with unknown prum-,,
tiona that may contain some l-ar .f
drugs, leys Honey a Tar ef. ,- -
you no more m d has a reoar t W .. .-.
years of ures Sold by al dru
CABINET CONSTRUCTION
FPllowing is the latest map of
President-elect Taft's ealutet: l 1ip
Secretary of State-Philander C. -
Bes dft Knox of Pennsylvania.
Secretary of the Treasury-MyrOi
So NS orT.r H erritckof Ohio. S
w... ersham of New York. ..
Secretary of War-Charles MagOSM4
~ow' -t Secretary of the. Navy-Wifamm
SLoeb of New York or Charle .
Thompson of New York. : -
Secretary of the Interior-RtlIchad
BLUE WAGONS Bger of Seattle W
BLUEo WMAG ON postrtte Ce emi-ftk B OU 2 I
nPHl A 11r AMR B n its m tebcoek 4f MassachusettW
UOAL I Met oICE ArilcultP-M-J-CO t a..oAgr,.i s
MEFFERT TAYLOR Wila (the present ecreta).
Semntruy of Conmueree and Labor-
4George A. Klnight oat lforMCra.l
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OILS, LIME, SEWER AND FLUE PIPE, LATH, SHINGLES AND CEMENT
WAGONS. CARRIAGES. BUGGIES, UNDERTAKERS GOODS


CONTRATORS AND BUILDERS
CALL ON OR WRITE US FOR PRICES


Melver & MacKay
OCALA. .-. .. FLORIDA.


KNIGHT


&


LANG


Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida


Ani mmese stock of RelIable Wage-s, fgles, Car
and Carriaes carried at a flies.
larnme, SaMdles Lap Rebes. Whips, m t all UmI
carried by a rst-daus beose dl Us tblo. Io la InI -
tldes Irm he laderles, ad always Ia stodk atl e very
lowest prices.
We can save Ty mey yar purchase, be btey
large or small.
Agests for mstl d ke lead amd best makes
wagons ad bagges.
KNIGHT & LANG


North Side ol Square


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When Sant&

Came to

Cactus Gulck
xr *oet2rvj IOVv ,
KOpyight, l"K bW AmWWa IPressm AGM1
etaHm.]
W HEN Saity sems to Caste
w w:o not expoetin' him

In fact, with s te tram l tim had
got so mrdtal
We only knowed Itn winter by the
-sence the hot.
Say I to Pinky Prkin, with a squint
at Desert Dan-
Say I: "Wed ertr stle for lit.
te eKtry feed.
IW along about Thealfitv'." -W'y,"
amys Pinky P.-J'w ima
Ill bet it's near New YaVe', for
the old se g e s to sed.
We argued It an ied It till Dmort
Dan put up
iM'Iscmlbva be@g oF nusggts m'ao t
e' yallor dit
Nd. spent the
yea colleoot
in his peter
drinking' dup.
It's Christmas
in a week."
he sys; "I'ON
bet you., win
or bust."
still maintalhed
Thankglivis?
wu about the
propr dat,
As judgn by
my appetite,
adn' Pinky sill
declared
That New Yar's
wus the Mew-
out that w
next upo the tZ YA-
sate., DWMTM PAN!"
.But Desert waved Ie maggmot bag
on' dard an' dareld ded.
us" here' sway DeserM I a fme the
seas- * My bm..
I sens a sort O' heabhri' for dae&
fold longolg,
When I w bs hMk. In JeWsy M my
name wus DanIel Jebse;
I'm losome the seldr sat
ingon-.n-.-th-iness.*
Then Desrt up mt tels us whet has
nevers aid before-
As how he had a ettage an' a we-
men an' a kid;
ma- **- *pw* ***
But, owns mis-ader lief haylWf
made his epernt ses
Nigh on to twenty ye age he sim-
ply up at *lld.
I looked at Pfmy Prkiss wi'k ao
Piaky looked at me,
But both of u w allent, an' e
looked at Desert DaO,
But he wa *iaWl'l banoo for a supper
feed for three
An', shores rma inner, there wua
teardrops Si the pa*I
That night we set a' hugged the
steve, while 11all aond the shek
A desert Mizard whis tlad a' the
-now ws whirli' thick.
It shore was Chritmes wMather, hut
there eheroly was a leek
Of anything uaggetlse' eu *c aneint
friend St. Nih k.
The door bupt open eddut-lke, an'.
stranger, dog my esti
If there ain't Santy Clau himself, in
fur an robe eompltq


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Better Not Get

Dyspepsia


If you can help itL Kodol
effectually helping Nature
But don't trifle with Indigesi


prevents Dyspe by
to Relieve IndigeStic..


A great many people who have a pmtl1 digster-and physics are
trifled with Indigestion, have been not digesters at all.
sorry for It-when nerou or Kodol is a perfect digest. If
chronic dyspepsia resulted, and yonu could ee Kodold41igetngevery
they have not been able to cure It. particle of food. of all kinds, in the
Use Kodol and prevent having glau testt4ubeR In our laboratore.
Dyspepsia. you would know this Just as well
Everyone Is subject to Indiges- as we do.
tlon. Stomach derangement follows Nature and Kodol will always
stomach abuse. Just as naturally cre a sick stomach-but In order
and just as surely as a sound and to be cured, the stomach mst rest
healthy stomach results upon the Thatis what Koldoes- s the

taking of KodoL stomach, while the stoamch geta
When you experience saourMw weL Jt a lp A. i, C.
of stomach, belching of gas and O
nuseating fluid, bloated rusatlon, r
gnawlng pain In the pit o thear botoe.wTunsA"Wr Weas m@0,8
stomach, heart bua (somealed). enti re essem ot ,s"no If u es "a
diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or ho*esgy -ar. t att as s ae ye y
Chronic tired feeling-nyou need Ko 9 m. h bWurt Oheirs uno
dol. And thon the quicker you take tLbm 4ina! t w th


"X' TRI AnI'T SAMT CIA= Xn=L.
With snow a-dclingin' funhmny to hia or-
tomobile hat,
As sw*ll a Santy makeup, air, as
anywhere you'll mn t.
But when he turned his bearskin dwn
his whiskers fell away
(It wuzn't anything hbut snow oelect-
ed on the fur),
An' back of him an agel namd-ed e,
angers weat I -
An' Dert Dan got wobbly when he
up an' looked at her.
Young Santy aays, is Mr. Jones at
h1ome tonight ms he,
At which ld Desert gives a p,
but struggles to is feat.
Tien me ad PW h 7we vamsse-d in
honor of the 6-e
Per If they w 1t Jammse m em
do aom my gn eea ld
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OCALA aWNING


SrAR. TUgSDAY, Scu


When Thinking of


Your Christmas Cheer


We are Distributors for Anhemsr Bosch Beer


We Have the Largest Mail Order and Jag Trade aose In Cedral Florida,md are Beler
Prepared thaIn ay el our Cobpetlrs to Serve TYe.
Come to see as, darinlag e Christmas lodays ad brig your Frieds w y, mmake
YoTrsdves atl me lan er place.

Wishig all of or Cuslomers and the Paic at large a Merry Christmas d
a Happy New Year, we are,
TYars Traly,



The Ocala House Wine Rooms


J. M. McCORILE, Manager


Sunday,


Semi-Weekly,


Times-Union, daily and Sunday delivered in any city for 15c. per week.
Florida TImes-Union Bureau, Oc Florida

C. R. KREGER, MgrP.
Advertising and mail subscriptions receive prompt attention through this bureau.


"LOW BRIDGE!"
Critics of the Standard Oil Trust Had
Better Duck
New York. De-c. '22.-With a bold
i.,uraner' e h;aracteristic of all Its
epolicie-: anrl oprations, the tandari.
il Company has issued % "warning"
t, its traducers. The statement be-
xins with an apology for the- "reitera-
tion of a well-founded complaint" and
then launches a protest against the
publication of falee misleading and
injurious statements regarding the
Standard Oil Company's -motives and
bu.fines.s associations and !ints at un-
named punishment for failure to take
neot!ce-. The warning i it is generally
admittedl. lik-ly to prove thoroughly
effective.

F STILL OFFERING SHOE BARGAINS
VWe have disposed of all the child-
ren's shoes,. but still have a lot of la-
dies' and men's shoes, and you can
get the-m until the stock Is shipped to
the commissary at less than cost.
C<'me in and se if we can fit you.
The shoes are all first- ?lass, high-
graed, full guaranteed goods
THE MARION SHOE CO.
12-0l-dw J. M. Meffert. Prop.

The Ocala News Co. is the oldest
house in the city on dolls, toys, books,
and, in fact, everything you may need
for the holidays. Established thirty
years. 12-13x
We ~ ill take pleasure In showing
y',m our splenlid stock of soaps, per-
fumei- and tooth powder. The Cor-
rn'r Drugstore.
MOUNT ZION SUNDAY SCHOOL
Th., S.r'lay sc'h-.l of Mount Zion
A. M E. chlrc.h nill have its Christ-
m:i< tr, *, aTnd <,ne t;:tat on I'riday. Dec.
-th. Th' ;ntatat is. a v..ry beautiful
S j interesting drama. entitledd "'Santa
C'!aus' Ha-iili'iart-rs." The play con-
i ft ,f al.out forty charact-rs who
,.iv !, ',.-n *as-l drilled for this occa-
:.',; ,. ,1 ', -.el sure that all who
vldl u,;*' it- rendition wiil b# well
', :,<,1 ndl ,ritertained. A special
-i v:tatijon is hers'hy extended to all
i.r, h. an,] Sunday schools. irre-
S,' i \->ive of dn<*innm ation. anml to the
Ilub I j' ,n-.r;ally. .\ l, t ',- ,t-. ihiir.n. .- c, .nt.a. *
.' P. (aidson. Supt.
DON'T DRINK
'But if you do. see Hocan and get the
b-.1 that m>tir.y can buy. If it's a
t,...1 dlrik. ,'.- !-ive it



CASTOR IA
Por IfAut and nChilum.
ThU in YNH Iv Ani qht
B ees the
Signature cf (

FISH AND OYSTERS
I. E Tompkins, the old reliable. is
now keeping a strictly first-class stall
In the city market. the last on the
right. a-s you go in. He keeps all
kinds of fresh meats, choice beef
pork. mutton, sausage. etc. Fresh fish
S r-,.ceived daily from both salt and
frceh water points and choicest Crys-
tal River and Cedar Key oysftrs re-


Now is the time to begin on

CHRISTMAS

FRUT CAKE

We have all the ingredients,
absolutely fresh.

Seeded Kbns,
Currats, Citron,
Orange and Liemo
Peela
S.Piem, Black Mol-sms


STILL HAVE A FEW BARGAINS
We still have a few bargains to of-
fer you in men's and ladies' fine
shoes. If your wants in this line are
not fully supplied, come In at once
and let us fit your feet. The remaind-
er of the stock will be shipped to the
commissary, after which the oppor-
tunity will be lost.
THE MARION SHOE CO.
J. M. Meffert, Proprietor.
A. J. Harrell and son of Oklawaha,
Jonah Driggers, Eddie Marshall and
Arthur Scott, of the same section are
visitors in town 'today.

Mr. Hill, who has charge o the
Rentz commissary at Silver Springs.
was in town today. Mrs. Hill is visit-
Ina hoprnn.U ~f ~-#


Mr. E. P. Thagard went to Jackson-
vlUe today on business. He will re-
turn to spend Christmas with# his
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mathews of Flem-
ington, were shoppers la town yester-
day and returned home last night,
loaded down with Christmas giftt.
A telegram was received last night
from Miami saying that Rev. IR. H.
Barnett had been returned as pastor
of the Ocala church and that Rev. T.
J. Nixon, of Galnesvlle. was made
presiding Ider of the district Both
announcements were received with
pleasure. Mr. Barnett Is greatly loved
by his people, while Mr. Nixon is a
former pastor and has many friends
in the Ocala church.

DOCTORS MIST T SES
A esalds tb to be baria01 x Iest ad
pwUnd. BIt many ties woarn call om
their taily physicians suerIg, as they
imagine, one from dyspepsia, aotse from
heartdieaase, anothefram leror kid-
say disease, asN fro ta nervo pr
ratio another withpea heread t .
and ln this wa they premst aleM to
themselves and their e y a ew r-
busy doctor, srae dlae r 1W whW
he. iamnas them tI be* afbe


ng er parents. Mr. andu Mrs. Wait- tem, ad nMtltmtl omfino adg Mf
--7 erx at Levon. Mr. Hill will go down prologed sw. has bea. weH
It is getting late-don't put it off Thursday to spend Christmas 'with thatadseae haknown is call d.
her. 4 DL Plae's Favrite P iremarlpu b a
r0n i9 elecU ediie, caK uWa y dievyd% b
aa ex an d andskllfld nyl
K G roc ry The Rentz mill at Silver Springs and toma'deli[em t
Swill close down Wednesday night for It i of a 4 ri
Clark rw PrS p n r k a week. to make repairs and give the os,1 sand .
PHONE 174 men a holiday.
The Levon mill will close down on V rite ept lJ
FLAT FOR RENT Wednesday night until the following the who sy sm and to the era d
The third floor fiat of living room Monday. Mr. Strozler, one of the emr. Wr 1eras I s. vb
over the Star office is for rent. Ap- ployees, of the mill. was in town to- sle $ diniar.dw ,d
ply at Star office or to Mrs. E. Van day, and gave us this Information. a*e aSIOrNbi ep
Hood. a k fl worn urn.
A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. eralyl Pler ee's avlaite PseeAdpa
FISHER'S ORCHESTRA C. N. Kirkland. Mr. C. 0. Fox. Mr. t earlyWMbo w- US-
Williams and family went down to qS0-mu
A strictly high-class, three-piece Homosassa today, where they will An a thing and en
orchestra, violin, piano and cornet, is spend the week hunting and fishing. t-e *Favort escrpusqalei
open for engagements. Dance music ad is valuable nl all l an sb
a specialty. 11-27 There was a fine specimen of young dain errc s t ecbta.ty t y,
manhood In town yesterday, aged 18 in, balervus- 4-.;a
years, 6 feet and 7 Inches tall and -* ur hys eria. Sap L vitm'S
The King's Daughters will meet to- weighed 2 ndd ounother ds. We could not
mn.rrow morning at 9 o'clock at Mrs. weig ed 225 pounds. We could not ymtom comaaly aU
t'. Rhoinauer's to pack the Christmas learn his name or from whence he fntoMal and Owgante disease of the
C. Rho inauer's to pack the Christmas Uae It inde eeBing aleme aad
baskets for the needy. n W .i*a anzty andea dc
Dr. P1e Pleasant Pellets v raa
HOLLY BERRIES CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY Dr _ola0lft ver ad bowels. Oa
--km a tim s e takeMeMh.
Don't give your wife a golf outfit Mothers who value their own com-
unless you can afford to send her fort and the welfare of their children, ADLY EFFECT OF
South lyr thu winter. says Puck should never be without a box of DEADLY EFFECT OF
South rou h winter, says Puksing Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for A SOFT DRINK
Wh(n you have her alone, kissing
under the mistletw- 1. as nice a if it children, for use throw out the dea-
were under the roses. son. They break up colds, cure fever- "Columbi Acid" Proves Fata o
At Christmas we spend money we do ishness, constipation, teething disord- Eleven Men of the Eighteenth
want in buying our friends presents Ters headache and stomach troubles. Regiment
they don't want. These powders never fail Sold by. all
t.hhn poverty comes in the doorrug stores 25c. Don't accept any Manila, Dec. 20.-Eleven men of the
Whn poverty comd ion the door substitute. A trial package will b Eighteenth infantry are dead and 13
Santi Claus doesn't drop down the sent free to any mother who will ad- others are seriously ill and likely to
A himhusband's idea of a useful dress Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy. N. Y. die from the effects of drinking a
Christas pe ent or a i "soft drink" beverage known here as
hristmas present for his wife is IF YOU MUST DRINK columbic acid. The men were attend-
Santa laus is the only good thing SeeHogan and get a good, e, dis- ing an entertainment a a resort near
in this world whose money never gives tild whisky. coniderable quantity some s of the prean-
ut.. aration. In a few hours' time they
If the girl's received th- presents M1r. I. F. Teuton. one of the pro- were taken with severe pn and d
they rally wanted they would be de-: gressive farmers of Martin, was in the within a comparaitvely short imein
privd of the pleasure they derive city today and renewri fearful agony. The others who re
fr,.m exchanging them. tion to the Star. Ill betray all the signs usually attend-
REN NG THE RUINS OYSTERS AT ELK CAFE ant upon cass of poisoning. The ml-
RENWING THE RUINS OS AT ELK CAFE itary authorities are investigating the
ull fr .......... 4. matter and will have a thorough
Craig Biddle. one of Philadelphia's ul fry ............ ........ analysis made of the stuff. A great
social leaders is above all things pa- Half ry ... ................c deal of It has been offered for sale
triotic. says the Chicago Inter-Ocean. Milk Stew .............. ... ... around the city, but in no other cases
It is well know* how Mr. Blddle. at Plain Stew ......... .......... ha it been known to have killed per-
Newport last summer, drubbed sound- HaD-on raw . ons drinking it.
ly a youth who dared to say that F dozen raw ............. .s
' Philadelphia was "no good." At any hour from S a. in. to 10 p. m DAI P 1 I WANTS THE TOGA
! Mr. Bliddle's patriotism embraces all every day In the week Oppoe A Philadelphia. Dec. 20.-There Is a
America, and he never returns from C. L passenger deot. wild scramble now for the seat in the
l Europe without a score of obeerva- United States senate whilh will be
t* ions in proof of America's superior- A PERSONAL APPEAL vacant after January 1, when Pulan-
Sity. If we could talk to you personally der Knox resigns to take up the port-
"The last time I motored in Eng- about the great merit t FleT's Honey follo of secretary of state o thte ilau-
- land." said Mr. Blddle, the other day, and Tar, for coughs, colds and lang guration of Mr. Taft in March.
- "I was amazed* by the snick and armn trmnho l v n ev e A l ts a ^ T..a. ... .-.... .1 w mr-_- w. n


BLUE Rm ON O AY S.
Saturday the staw took S $5 as
subscriptions, man of them n y t- &
seribers.....
Mr. P. P. Thagard, who is now i-
nected with the Jeasep & Bara
Naval Stores Co.. at JacksoeftVWlb
just returned fro a business trip to
Punta Gorda. In the interest of his
flrm, an din consequeace e was de-
nied the pleasure oat visit the Ma-
rion Co uty Pair. which be deepI rre-
grets, but is pleased to know is was
such a suces. G
G. W. Elgine. the turpVatne dih*
tiller for Col. Rogers at 13. wan Ia
town yesterday and Interviewed rlas.
Kringle.
Mr. J. B. Relnhardt. a prnlent FM
young attorney of New Tov City.
will arrive here tomorrow with s
bride to spend some tim with their
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Peyser at their residence on Soa th
Third street. O a

Mr. S. M. Blanchard, the popular
young woodsman for Homre. Norman
k Co.. at Leroy. has gone to his hoe T
at Wade, .. C., to spend Christmas J ACI
with relatives. Pafgs,
Capt. W. L. Ditto will leave tonor- ai
row for JacksoviUle to spend Christ- Umfag1
mas with Mrs. Ditto and Mr. saM strip;
Ditto and wife. earned
Mr. and Mrs. W. IL Shckley of 2 feet,
Lowell, have with them for the ho back..
Idays Mrs. Elijah Shockley of Milan, the Jol
Indiana. Mrs. Susan Spealding. of San In the
Francisco, and Mrs. adie Shotfleld, toned,
of Illinois. terhal
ths eft


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The Toting W tee will be e *C P .
ied lady who reqldes In Obala or wtv.es lia
wil be eligible to enter the coftet' t"ot Ocase
young lady or married lady issibag atla. 9 S
Within Marion., Suater or Citi 4eaa *5 *b10
contest in the couamtry district P eat or hei
or send to the Star oflace, e e the la
paper, whib playous In ,NObatim
*votes, and can aot be used again 4whm". 7r7


M h sof the S& w* U at
good for lVA vos for eab
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The object ot every newspaper I pathigan
thtng of value isto be "giv o Iwa.s ~an 5
get rawc m circ ar vein e,Inl SM
ing to sive the peome o- I* ad mar* ardtS
winning two Pan r see work a t a
ject Is to get more msubeseribers. With this w Is
fofowiag m", lberal afltwane htr vetes y"
clubs or new sabecribers. Any ea nePM or
Sof, their frIen4d, asend s a t e .



the lif a.f the cotest, =e h ea s a e -Cesm'of,
the sPefi votes for ume drr ofvett w tuh .
paper fo several years, will be cao ali 4L
Instance, o1. payngA ftve y arn I IaS* vaneewe*Uie~SL
SW vnte.& and4 as thomt bhe *oft .f^ .
votes, etc, etc. Any oe cua aI..n o.
numbers estimated In the Stolwlmg -e riniTe **..
increase. The total of your voe die Se
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same, lee votes for es ckdeter.--pt with *


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same number of vots thse_ tt & a -: > . -a

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(The Weekald Grand PN-vs 1T0it
For each tEM Weekly .ubie+bu +mi + ..+ .
above regular votes, 300Wk a volts '.:
Subscriptions that are -in Mo, puh
same at renewals. ....


FOR: PRINTING OR- A
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office to printing or advertising w


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The Contest will be osudected ft a"y a- e9~ -
fga the greatest *umber oc vots m the two T
Plaros No votes WIl ge sod at v1Mpow
sebeduled. No employ. or attache of 'eft a B
or In any way partcipate In e eoec. C
wim amount the vste at regla fisls*
dfferelt candlatesa. esa wfe These s
eaL ft is adered at feat" whflet e oaniJ f 5~
votes be oset Is dafly.

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bY- the Stawwa no n*- M camy hUs
Sta dmp ybe"vthe Pvfend ommk

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Come to our place, where you will find the Largest and Best

Selected Stock of Strictly High Grade Liquors, Wines, Beer
and Cigars in the county, and we will be pleased to at-

tend to your wants.

A Skilled and Courteous Corps f Bar Tenders lna e Retal apuai a a
Competet Force of Salesmen i the eWlMksak department wl Chve Ye Every Aflme..


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OCALA EZNMS STAR. TUSUSAY,I


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SANTA CLAUS ON THE LtE Ua
WHAT A BANK DOES (Continued --m- ese,) T
about the chir.b he soke s"Me
There are many ways in which it serves the peals to me vy sd he ly, p. = pl
public, but the one now most valuable, per- cae .*e's Us m..h le .m.. Ms I *
haps, is to help with loans. We will meet the "eso s o d.her -and be-
needs of conservative borrowers. d at him crlonsly. she e" h.eard.
f of him, bat thhis vud Ix. In a
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank E th *
(UIoUD \ILt He knew aoly that be elt t pow-
(NOOPORATD) erfuaHy and coFelmgly.
T. T. Iuaroe, Pr. Z. C. Chubliss V. Pros. L E. Gflft Cule ,.na IA1 slW5 A. B,
,_,,,_ was a widow. Mrs. K*thrt Arm-" "
tags. They were pow. a"d rs Ar *
m stave seemed to have a* srlaives. n WIS w z14
g os a ofvbe a alat thle, to pay,
The Coarer Dru W e0. loved twman. .e :-
Very Ungmal and patlnt sad hera- /
SWorIe A the -s who b say-l
.Sto r tming to do wlth her cried w ho :As
"-* Wto e died. We felt that "e fmbt ham" ,. " ..
been saved If ase had eC-m 1e tmI, .
but she was werd' et. S od tOf any kind ~
eaned s Gerwabte byemars sagter a
Offers the people of Ocala and S-a -sa=am- '| a 4
so sweet, as brave, yet so deqperteSly
the surrounding country, a really o"ever eavig t 3 :W .s.
first-class drug store with all that ....M*''. wasnth Where. you can find ayth
chid. He had "ot known of tlhe dm .
the statement implies. ^ry-ss Styles of urniture
known "therids srbaby. be sw ...M
mlf, the moment be sw Beds, D ressrs. S t ds,
"Well," Utthe nurs resumed, "after
We have a strictly first-class staff of Pharmoiste, she died we raised a smallfad to buy *0 )
e clothe for Hope a Id take Chairs R.0Ct
with a complete stock of pure drugs and solicit your ltochesifc o toaber new a., he,
prescription business. Armt Boards, a cou ere wo has
agreed to take henI & mXetaot-ft
Our stock of Toilet Article3 is first-class at reason- relatirm earm to Me te fn r... ** C.
.aref not may o em, a t O-na Closets Office De
sonable prices. so haven't meuch mn, I
In Soaps, Perfumes, Toilet Powders and Coemetics Dr. Van v ober u u r r h ."' J
of all kinds we carry the best stocK in town. paLife e af e-a Sewali- *- .,d..
situation, and hie profeesson. aed
Our Fountain Drinks and Ice Creams are first- t m M t ee to te3' wAt th" ny Wa
class. Pure Jersy milk and crea.monly is used. ntty edmd a. ad t aem m t Reco ad f
In the splendid stock of "1 want her." he -a ld bri. olm anT ..efttmlI rl"
motb sod after we trte4s9 of 1 d 1 mIan, Md tNs t1 l Ma mi i e
Guth's Celebrated -_- -mm pp-o t"th T* "

CM... ners we -ohsWatd-
r t6s-ww.m n tboseet. s If you are thi t i-
in all ize packages and all flavors, we offer the public h rt tr. ADear ettt i.e
the very best candy made.. lf eri wek b e -t
We have a good line of Holiday Goods, as shaving t mt m'ea t t nefnsly ,
sets, comb and brush sets, mirror, military brushes, both e p ib his arm tow, .... am
etc., that we are closing out at COST. na a ma U m''
We will give our best attention to your orders, hi s WImA -ewrht HW
either in person orient by mail. was o msel iaim Nwrl .... es
a Prane m apeet 1to]BEy hi ,
beart.
"Hope." he dM gently. a m. l eg
ago I aukd a little irtto oeM a d
ftve wlth me. a"a&bewould not eome. W
Now I want to ak you to come and
stay With we always dm be my own
and make you happy. Will you comer ,
^The rdiance of Jane snahine bloka "
F- sw Ts n ^ out upon her face and abone i the
red LOVel, M a fr. brown eyes upturnmed to hisbe. How we!l
_______________________________*______ bhe knew that look: Hope did not turn
toward Nan.a, and that sigtficant omis-
ain touched him deeply. She seemed
Eal --H url Jto feel that here was a question she "
alone must decide. She drew a long .
"Ie-Rlly. truly' she asked. Then. r
Soas he oddd wtout spetkn. h
W M Mw something ID his face that was
8ew to her. It was nothing to fright-
rit u Ppenr a little girl. for it was very sweet .
and tender, but for one second she ",
thought her new friend was going to
cry. She put both arms a-ound, bii
IN FANCY BOXES .nc and replied ofty. wit th ex-
quisite maternal ecden s her vol'e ha,:. , ,
taken on in her Brst words to blu . .. ..


We have a nice assortment of Eaton-Hurlbut's when she entered the ear:
Box Papers at "I-rll be your own little gir, and I'll B O".Linin
take e care o you too. You know, you
29 cts. to 49 ets. Dr. Van Valkenberg taned to t w A I .
which in every respect will equal any at twice the "i shall go with you to her cousin'
price. The reason we can sell it so cheap is be- from the train." be announced. -ni mA
ready to give them all the proofs they ,
cause our buyer bought a large lot of it far below need that Im a stable gardLan for
the regular price. the child, but." he added, with a touch
tof theboylshe t NOW Ope and d never leR
We also have other box papers at 14c to 29c. The long train pounded It way Into
Come in and look. It's free. the station at Chlcago, and Dr. Van
Come in and look. 118 free. Valkfaberg summoned a porter. 0 1W ,T
'TakMe care of thee thin." he AaM. ll -, .
Indicating bthoi wininx
Ssweept of- o his" .'

THE VARIETY STORE 1"ha mylms Op"te Cay Mq
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SThe arbiter of fashion, the undis- th iacb lhs
p puted authority, these days, Is "King with a ehd*
SChristma~"-what he says goes. His B -
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tlonery dainties securable at the s treth a nd
OCALA NEWS COMPANY. For rmu of t his.-
Christmag gifts none can be assured clasp.
4.J higher appreciation than the paper am NwTIrLD AGAI MeST "ra y'.
and envelopes we sell in plain or M X A D CRBT. ; '
-i I fancy boxes. ra s ain i -
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A Christmas Present That Would Bring Joy to The Whole F


WOULD BE ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:


An Instantaneoius Bathl


A match, a minute and you have a hot bath at'the cos e ats"


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Will heat


GAS


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a Joy
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any thing


A. Gas


Will do your ironing at a cost of one cent an hour.


Gas


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and Best,


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stove will do, and do it better


Iron


No odor, just as hot as you want it.


Light


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GREET


We will be pleased to have you take a look through the different departments of our store, before you
complete your list of holiday pt-c~ases. and feel sure that you will find the visit profitable, and be able to
facilitate your Christmas shopping. We are offering a modern, complete stock of merchandise. ad invite
your careful inspection of the several departments.


THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT


Is carrying a complete outfit for men and boys. Handsome Overcoats and Cravanetts. Stylish Site
of popular finishes and moderate prices. Boys' Suits in either straight or knickerbockers. Coat Swt
Fancy Vests, Stetson Hats, also guarantced medium priced Hats, Shirts, Collars, Neckwear of the Iatt
patterns, Hosiery, Suspenders, Undetwear, Suit Cases. Satchels and Umbrellas. We can fit you complet

IN THE DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
You will find the very latest and most stylish goods of the very best grades. Our line
of Ladies' Long Coats is the best An town, embracing many colors and finishes, A o the
latest shades and fabrics in Dress Goods, with trimmings to match each pattern. Alm t
beautifia sLock o0 eck.wear, belis, Long and Short Gloves in both silk and kid. Pretty
handkerchiefs, Ribborn, Laces and Embroideries, Fancy Knit Shawls, Baby Caps, Hoslety,
etc. A L.^.irul L.n of Comforts and Wool Blankets. This department is complete with
all you will need.


SHOE DEPARTMENT


In the Shoe Department we take pleasure in pointing to a stock of Shoes second to none in the state. For
men the celebrated Edwin CL-p hoe. the best on earth. We are agents for the Crawford and T. D. Bauiy
Shoes for cen. $3.50 tc $4.GTL, tIe vey test cf their class. For the ladies, the guaranteed Drew-Selby
line, guaranteed to lit acd wear. In cur special two dollar Shoes for ladies we are showing 12 styles.
A complete liic of Schcol Shoes fori children, among them the famous R. T. Wood make. We can fit te
feet and suit the purse of any member of the family.


Our Grocery


Bepariment


Is comptelciy filled wiih cccd c .'irjs fcr the Christmas table. We call your especial attention to some of thelea
Ing and mcit ~; peIi7ir' ir r: :. i ; .d : ar.d Paste, Manatee County Guava Jelly in 5 1b. buckets, Big Red ed
River Apples, sc~.)c crrte:ris :r, i~uiied dales, figs, citron, mince meat, apple butter, Ilnetz' cuarrat 9
crab apple jelly, 0Y! liih ',:7 r.:; ui : jic kies, s-e et gerkins, mixed pickles, Pillan's famous MariOn Couny
Fair bluz rb-i sy'up, :. ; ::i .I and quart bottles; buckweat, Swilt's premium ham s irakId
hacoN, EiaW, FinCapplFe, tcciiCI z, L. cccr, Cream and Neutchatel Cheese. Swillt's Brcokield pork sawsage ha I
pound packages, and a compicie line c staple groceries.
THE HARDWARE DEPARTMENT


Carries, in addition to ,.
Hardware, pr et y Ii--ne c j.
Remington Shot Guns., Peoter


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ful line of Hardware, Farming Implements and Builders'
:.nse China, Staple China and Crockery. L C. Smith and
She-ls, and Cutlery of all kinds in fully warranted steMlf


Wishing all of our patrons and the public in general a Merry Chlstmas a a
Happy New Year, we are, Yours truly


The IL B. Masters Compay


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