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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 23, 1908
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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: VID03045
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA. FLA. WENSAY,


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SPECIAL


Geld and Set Rings .S 1.00 to $
Watches, any price.
Neckleos ... ... ... 1.5 to
Locket ... ........ 2.00 to
Vest Chains ... ...... 1. to
Charms ....... .... .50 to
Stleeve Buttons ...... .O to
Breeches ... .... ... 25 to
Bracelets ....... ... 1.00 taj
Stick or Scarf Pine .. .25 to
Feob ............. 1.00 to
Beauty Pins, pair ... .25 to
Guard Chains ... ... 2.50 to
Ear Knobs ......... 1.00 to
Studs ............. .50 to
Tie Clasps ... ... ... 25 to
Waist Sets ... ... .. 1.00 to
Hat Pins ... ... ..... to
Barrettes ... ... ... .50 to
Coair Supporters ... 25 to
Veil* Pins .. ..... .50 to
Belt Pins or Buckles .75 to
Emblem Pins, all or-
ders ... ... ... ... 1.00 to
Emblem Charms .... 1.00 to
Gold and Silver Thimbles.
Waterman Ideal Pens 2.50 to
Gold and Silver Pock-
et Knives ..... ... 1.25 to
Gold and Silver Cigar Cutters.
Silver Comb, Brush and Mirror
silver Match Boxes.
Silver Whisk Brooms.
Silver Clothes Brushes.
Silver Pen Racks.
Silver Darners.
Silver Nail Files.
Silver Manicure Scissors.
Silver Stamp Boxes.
Silver Baby Rattles.
Silver Child's Knife, Fork and
Silver Pocket Pencils.
Silver Embroidery Scissors.
Siver Shoe Horns.
silver Seals.
Silver Traveling Cups.
Silver Bon Bon Bxes.
Silver Paper Knives.
Silver Talcum Jars.
Silver Tooth Powder Jars.
Silver Tooth Brush Jars.
Silver Curling Tongs.
Silver Paper Knives.
Mirrors.
Picture Frames.
Gilt Clocks.
Jewel Cases.
Mu.e-al Cloeks.
Silver Ash Trays.
Silver Jewel Trays,
Silver Key Rings.
Silver Tooth Brushes.
Silver Military Brushes.
Silver Cups.
Silver Book Marks.
Silver Tea Strainers.
Silver Tape Lines.
Silver Back and Side Combs.
Also a line of Cut Glass and
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CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED MMtt~al1
ASLAYiFRE I SELIATILEI ^jmtc ^ "LBa"""-a
they cannot reach t m"aot tf e i- -
ease. Catacrh is a blood or constte- -
tional disease, and Ia order to cue It
S Proved to be Only a Southerner, to you must take Internal ad TennesqIe Night Rins ig3 a s y
S Whose Care a Negro had Cam. Catarrb Cure is take in Et, *d 81aeroed Their I- AsAM at a,
Who care seats directly on the blood and muemmS
Smittd hi Child. surfaces. Hall's *Catarh Curb is t lnt D e
a quack medicine. It was precUnri- it y Ten jDee. --
Seattle. Wash.. Dec. 22.-That NorM by one of the best physicians t s t um I Ct"Y complete is cam
McPherson. a 9-year-old negro girt. country for years and Is a f e g r e stery sI s e Ikt e
was purchased from her father in prescription. It is composed t t tr ntrialfor the murder
1100.00 North Carolina. and is held as a slave best tonics known, combined with E o"ht ridrs an trial for the merrer
In Seattle. is the charge made by best blood purifiers, acting dhreWtY*y Pv rbtinl d mwba aw the
a2M members of the Dorcas Club. a aegr the mucous urtaceM. The hfe a hoI UtIre stteIs U aI
7500 charity organization society. before combination of the two Ingredisft w a infnedtat thes oASd of,-
4Ma Judge A. W. Frater, in the superior what produces sueb wonderful itar land a oeor ere et h U rUS t-
go0. court In hearing Catarr Send ftwr a s eo
900 It was stated there that the girl is nials free.
20000 not permitted to attend the public J. Cheney a co, props, TledO It am called to the std Mrs. E-
75,01f schools, to associate with other chil- Fold by druggists, price 7e. Taa ft M Tbura Joimn, ome of the two
2000 dren, or to attend a Sunday schooL Hale. Family Pinlls for costipatk woman said to have been whipped b
25.00 but that she is compelled to do house*- the ba antd had her "b hea eto
5. work and remain in the home of her SUICIDE AT ST. PETERSBURG stager who cosnt eamig tS e P
2050 white custodians, Mr. and Mrs. Sam- -e n t C e bo se a
7.50 uel Sizer. St. Petersburg, Fla., Dec. 2~--John pat1 s in thi oafrder ef Cakt. antir-.
10J00 Upon this showing Judge Frater Bird. an aged white man, committed given lth am esaetness of det a .
5M00 summoned Sizer to court. A number suicide yesterday morning by hangingma ed the people who throaed the
10.W" of negro women, members of the Dor- himself to a rafter In his barn. There courtroom
10A0 cas Club, with a negro attorney, were his body was discovered a, few hours Mrs. Jolamon had married Joe Jo~m
9.00 present. Sizer admitted he had the later by his wife, after a search had son. a man yeas older than. Bsh
500 child in his custody, but .declined to been made all through the house and and IIved with him four ye's, wheb
7.0 answer any of the attorney's ques- over the premises. a childwasborn. last Augut s
5.00 tions as to how he obtained posess- Bird was nearly 74 years of age, an sued him for divorce, charglag re -
iop of her. for some time had been partly de- ty and making maintenan e. arly In
15.00 To the court Sizer said he was In mented. He had never given any one September the rider visited her te. t t
50.00 the lumber business and that the Me- reason to believe that he coutemplat- era's home and left word that she must
Pherson girl was given to him by her ed suicide. withdraw the suit. She led to do
1-',D0 father in North Carolina. and sheso, and on a second visit her father
went with him and his wife to Flor- IF YOU KNEW wa n whipped.
1500 ia and came here with them last Au- The merits of tte Texas Wonder y O both occaalos abe was at her
gust.
Sets. Sizer appeared distinctly Southern would never safer from kidney. blad- stster's home. The rtders *e to
t and helped his resentment when der or rheumatic trouble. SI bottle two have realized this, for on n3,.
quand showed hiby resentment when months' treatment. Sold by druggists about 11 o'clock at aight they wet to
"You have a chattel deed for the or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr. the slater's home 'Mrs. Joeson
girl. haven't you?" asked the orc E. W. Hall. 926 Olie street. 'St. awoke to flad her bedroom a0s9 with
Club attorney. Luiaked the Dos, Missouri masked and armed mem A main'who
"I decline to answer," was the replyS, oe ofhereizd asta-
to that and each succeeding question. SPLENDID SMALLt'ARNM Ion, one of the defendato4 was stand-
"Have you anything to show by OF TWINTY-FIVE ACR l g eSIn theat 8 she eMMtd chim
what right you have this child in your "-W IavptomestoUs ellymoa tt
Speen, custody asked Judge Frater. Within One Mile of C4artliue Oe last ti"ent i emuswt m th
"I have some papers, your honor," Fla., for Sale at a Bargain" Pinion Is a with
answered Sizer.SL
"What are they asked the attor- Twentyftve acesm best hammock "I will not withdraw It" she re-
ney. land on the lime kiln spui, which at* plied.
"I decline to answer" responded the ords shipping over the S. A. L. and "You will befi e get though
Southerner. A. C. L railroads. One good iz-rtoow with you." W the reply. If fyou
Judge raterr then taflh quietly to cottage, with driven or beeo Wl, '75 dsmiml it mew we wilm a that be
the witness, who told the tort that feet deep, affording a man~ ceA supports the child, but you mut not
he was willing to submit to him his splendid soft water; 2 ged -heso m; I 2,A*U bls property."
papers, but would decline to do so to waons and hsirness, 2 ersey ad lm. Johbam insisted that she was
any member or representative of the calvee, 1 Jersey bull and I blllter: I to praM the salt. The% the rmee
Dorcas Club r he fine barred ro h bens a plets I WIthrew Into the yard to comt. In
"Do you know, your honor." he ex- new riding cultivator; I new two-r t few minutes they returned. Pinont
claimed, "some of these Women had tuting plow: Idic harrowm I.1 stepped over to the Womag w ag's
the audacity to call up my wife d randy pre 1 obe, w
and 1 sIngle cdthIvater 2 acres Two othas etof the bea slber
upbrid her for our treatment ooats growing nicely, and the mause and dilaesd r frm theI 1 her
Sizer then explained that the girl fas ry osaln l eahi teb ': -gSod li .otet wa.Their tt hr i y V
after-the manner of Southern families, house and chicken wass: I geod bn. aboot 250 yards-and one of them tOt
taught at home, and he testified that cow sheds and stables; some hundred her acres the shoulders with a t&
he had a permit from the school au- budded pecans, fine variety, in grove After the first beatig they asked her
the had a ormt from the nd choo; u- s form and growing nicely. I would like if .ie would dismiss the aut. Bhe
priviege to show you this property at one. said "No." Then she was agaap whip.
"She is also given as good religious 11-30 F. W. DITTO, O Osa, Fl. peed. This time hwr nohting spirit
instruction as she would receive in a was b" -ken and "he so nly aid whe
Sunday school." he said. "As for her SOME BARGAINS IN PRESENTS would give in to their demand.
not playing with other Ahildi-en, that Let's give her another," said *e of
Silver- i.L her own desire. She has her play We have a fine lot of holiday goods the band.
hours, as does any other child." and an we are not going to continue "No," .e said Pinion repled. "she
Sizer said further that the girls handling the line, will offer them at has had enough."
mother was dead and that she was actual cost. The goods embrace many Mrs. Johnson told her story under
me given into his custody by her father. articles, mostly appropriate for pres- strong objections from the defense.
Judge Prater continued the case for cents, such as shaving sets, comb and
a further conference with 1sier, and it brush sets, mirrors, military brushes. A PERSONAL APPEAL
Is probable the girl will not be inter- fancy box stationery, etc. Lood them If we could talk to you psonally
gered with. over and get something nice at cost. about the great merit of Flbley-s omey
12-S The Corner Drugstore. and Tar, for couM colds and lung
trouble. you nov ao be Induced to
MRS. MeRANEY'S EXPERIENCE FLAT FOR RENT experim ent wvit w epr pa- -_
Mrs. M. McRaney. Prentiss,. Mss.. The third oor fiat of lyg root tism that may SahiBomre armnaal
writes. "I was confined to my bed over the Star office Is for rent. Ap- drugs. Foley's Homey and Tar oe
for three months with kidney and ply at Star office or to Mrs. E Van you no more and has a record of forty
bladder trouble, and was treated by Hood. years of cures. Sold by all druggista.
two physicians but "fjd to get relief.' ---
No human tongue ntell how I suf- MARRIED HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW
fered, and I had K#i-n *p hope of ever 9 -
getting well untl 'O Rgan taking Fo- N I FO K AN A Virginian Takes an Umnual Road
ley's Kidney R m '. After taking to Happiness
two bottles I fel like a new person. Roanoke. Va. Dee. 23.-W. D. Will-
and feel it my duty to tell suffering lams. a business man of Floyd coon-
did for me." Sold by all druggistas. tried his mother-In-law. His bride oc-
l U cupies tbe duel relaUtion of grandmoth-
WANT TO CHRISTEN er and stepmother to his two child-
IT WITH WATER ren, a bright little boy and girl. DTe-
spite the time-worn mother-in-law

B plans of the W. C. T. '. of Delaware. happ.
B, ."re successful the battleship Dela- -, WiUiarns married Mls Mary
war-, which will be launched here Ti Sour, bat after several years the
4, February 5th, will be christened with young wife died. He courted his
i water. mother-In-law, who was a widow, and
the The bttleship Kpntucy the only Ti l l they applied to the clerk 'of the court.
\ Cde ve.I of her class ever christened I who Issued a certfcate of Heenee.
are with water, had hundreds of battles Later he concluded It was Illegal to
of whisky broken against her huN by A w P Isue- ieen"e for a man to marry
Kentucklans. when sche went down Ii -- his mother-in-law, and revoked it.



the ways. F I The couple, not to be outdone, elop-
ed to Tennessee, where they were re-
CHRISTMAS IS COMING To""ivMd l owt iS W*% ans gently married.
Nothing is more acceptable than a IsdelesssesasaUew ser HOGAN'S CAFE
"ORS good box of Lake Weir fruit. We at-i And Oyster House, west vide of the
tend to the shipment for you, and can oysters, game, poultry, steaks and
ons fill a limited number of orders at the lunches at moderate prices. Fisha
OWEN following prices-all selected fruit: asters, game. poultry, steaks and
Oranges, per box ........... $2.50 good coffee. Eat at oegas's. He has
G ipfnrlt. per box ......... . everything good and wil mae yTOur
g grapefruit and %4 oranges. 2.00 ;m- visit pleasant.
e 11 your orders to WOODMAR V-* e goo hm
NURSERY CO.. Eastlake. Fla.; or, ROGERS' LIVERWORT,
ed Em- P. 0. Box 957, Ocala. Fla.
eed. SPECIAL BARGAINS
SPECIAL BARGAINS or the complete cure of couga.
Frank Gadson has on display in the colds,. pthma and bronchitis ad all
AL second story of his store a lot of spe- Medium weigt Otlu vagwoaert T a tomad WildC er
cial bargains Inwindow shades, capes. dim weight cotton, ew 't sAn
sweaters, skirts, etc. If 6 pai for $1.50
need anything In this line and"willsftPU IJVIIa s an standard coug
take the trouble to look at his stock. Silklisle thread, all remedy. tcontains Bo o n or
-you will be more than satisfied their ik lsle ^ harmful drug, Can be ive! with
of the quality and prices cannot be duplicat- COlors,6 pairs for $3.00 s eety to ildr Price by
ed In Ocala. 12-2-dw &ruggsts. Wli w sm aaftri
Co. Prop,. Clevelsd, 0. sBold by the
Phlsclani prescriptions. family re- A-ti-M-o3p. Drosto M
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EVENING STAR

C. L BITTINER A CO.
C. L B.ttsine and R. It. Carroll
Proprietors and Publishers.
C. .. BITTINGER,
Editor and Genral Manager
R, R. CARROLL,
City Editer and Business Managll

THE STAR'S CHRISTMAS EDITION
The Star surprised its ;vattons yes-
t.rday afternoon by Issuing a superb
Christmas number of sixteen pages.
the cover pages being printed In col-
ors. We are glad to note that the
min'erhants of the city have given it
a g-nerous patronage,. ie ide Christ-
mas. stores it has a miscellaneous col-
l-etion of original and sek.cted matter
of local and general interest.-Banner.
23rd.
We thank Fditar Harris for his
kindly words of commendation.
J. A. Hicks, the merchant and post-
inamstr of Lynne, was in town today
and presented George Blitch. the pop-
ular cashier of the Commercial Bank.
with a box of oranges. It was a very
handsome and much mppreclated
gift.
The country buyers were quite
plentiful this morning Interviewing
Santa Claus and returned home with
their arms and vehicles full of pack-
ages and bundles.
Albert Graham is very happy over
the blue ribbon syrup and Hood River
apples that adorn the sh')w window of
Masters' grocery department.
Major J. K. Priest, of Dalsy.. was in
town this morning with a load of sy-
rup. and returned home with a load of
vold storage meats. When asked
abeut hi. .sheep he said they were do-
ing splendidly and the business was
paying a nice profit and ne was more
than Ileau.ed with the outlook of the
industry. He now han 1.500 head.

William Hime,. the veteran citizen
of luashnell and the able tax assessor
of Sumter county, was a guest of the
Montezuma hotel yesterday. Mr. H.
wag one of the original railroad com-
mtssioners when the state commission
was first created, and he made a good
onte.

John D. Robertson has been elected
mayor of Ocala over Major Islar b 9
votes. John has one good trait-dnd
lwrhajn many others-he always
speaks to his old friends whom he
knew when he. too, was poor. Bob
McName ais built just that way. No
wonder -a fellow likes such men, al-
though he may not agree with some
o( their bold. liberal notions about the
good "creature comforts" so dear to
the advocates of "personal liberty."-
Arcadia News.

Tag day in Tampa, which the char-
Itable ladies of that city Inaugurated
In that city Monday for charity was
a great success. Forty-five ladies did
the pinning and realized $1.200 to
provide an annex to the children's
hospital In that city. Two ladles re-
ceived $100 each for tags that day.
To the Ocala Banner belongs the
honor of having printed the first dai-
ly paper in Marion -county-but not
the first weekly paper.-Banner, 23rd.
How about CoL Tom Harris' Ocala
Dally Item that was issued from the
third story of the Gary building some
24 years ago. Did not the Item ante-
date any Journalistic daily stunts the
Banner ever did?
Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and Miss
Ruth Moore, of Levon, were guests of
the Ocala House yesterday.
LOST S6-Mr. Harlin Hinton. of
Sharpe's Ferry, was in town this
morning and lost 36; a $5 and a $1
bill. I~ndrr will please return to the
Star office and receive reward.



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FINK PHTORAPItS OP
MARIOM COUTY PFAIR
Guaranteeing an order 'or at less
than one hundred pictures, Mr. U. J.
Brumby. editor of the Florida Fruit
and Truck .Grower, of Ocala. secured
the services of a fine photographer
one day during the fair, who secured
splendid results. Ten or more of the
large negatives developed splendidly
and the resulttnig picture will pre-
,ofite MXrion's trluld for all time.
4st of these pmiem- w-re sent to-
day to Philadelphiasy Mir Brumby,
to one of the best equipped photo-
engraving establishments in the coun-
try wtth orders for a series of half-
tone cuts to be made, which will later
br. u-ed In .Mr. Brumbya discriptlve
article in the special January fair
edition of the Florida Fruit and Truck
Grower. Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, of the
Palmetto Park Stock Farm. has also
placed an order with Mr. Prumby for
a Fst of these pictures, whleh he will
Fpnd to Mr. Goodwin. the editor of
the great Breeders' Gazette of Chi-
cago, whose active Interest in Marion
county has been shown many times
in the columns of this world-famous
publication.
SUBSTANTIAL AID
Editor Star: I wish to acknowledge
with thanks, in behalf of the Marion
County Hospital Association, two
Christmas contributions, as follows:
Employees of the Ocala Foundry. $25
and the Methodist Sunday school,
$10.14. Yours very truly.
T. T. Munroe. Treasurer.
ST. PHILLIP'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
There will be services at the Cath-
otic church Christmas 4dv In the
morning at 7 and 10 o'eloek. A cor-
dial Invitation is extended to the pub-
lic to .attend.
Hloafse coughs and stuffy colds that
may develop Into -pneumonia over
night are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar, as it soothes inflamed
membranes, heals the lungs, and .ex-
pels the cold from the system. Sold
by all druggists.
Miss Anna Davis is home from a
protracted visit to friends In Colum-
bus, Ohio. She had a delightful out-
ing and her friends gave her a cor-
dial welcome home.
The hunter can find all he needs in
our store. Shotguns, double and
single-barrel, rifles, ammunition of all
kinds, leggings, costs, hunting knives.
camp outfits, dug collars and muscles,
etc. The Marion Hardware Com-
pany.
'Mr. And Mrs. W. H. Wolk of Zuber,
were guests of the Montezuma yes-
terday.
LOST-Leather wallet containing
papers of the U. S. Health and Acci-
dejt Insurance Co. of Saginaw, Mich.,
a other papers. Prease' return to
Rev. ft. M. Gibbs, city and receive re-
ward. 12-14-x z
Messra. James Berry and C. E. Mor-
ris, of Plant City, dined at the Mon-
tesuma yesterday.
FOR SALE-1- acres good land, 10
of which is cleared and been cultivat-
ed; has good six-room house, barn.
stables, work shop, cistern; balance
130 acres pine timber been cut over,
but has good crosstle timber, and
plenty good wood, and heart post tim-
ber. Price, $50W, half cash. Apply to
r. W. Ditto.
Mrs. John Hansborough and child-
ren, of Tampa. are the guests for the
holidays of Mrs. Hansborough's sis-
ters. Mrs. Mote, Mrs. Hooker and
Mrs. Duval.
Nearly ev oy knows DeWltt's
Little Earl fmss are the best pills
made. Th4' tq small, pleasant, sure
Little Live& is. Sold by Anti-
Monopoly Ditore.
Mr. J. B. Malloy, a promoter of veg-
etable products and a crate manu-
facturer near Anthony, was in town,
yesterday expressing his pleasure at
the success of the county fair. He
was a guest of the Montezuma.
When in Ocala don' forget Hogan's
place. We will do all in our power
to make t pleasant for you. Hogan,
the whisky man.


Mr. Charles Rogers, the turpentine
operator at Lynne. was in town to-
day. The Star is pleased to hear that
his wife. who has passed through a
dangerous illness, is Improving.
LOST-At the fair grounds, yester-
day afternoon & 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. 12-19-3t
County Coinmiss.ioner N. A. Fort is
in town today on his way to Daytona
to visit his daughter. Mrs. D. C. Clif-
ton. Mr. Port will extend his trip to
Rockledge.
We have this year an exceptionally
pretty line of watch fobs. watch
chains, bracelets, brooches, rings, etc.
A E. Burnett. 12-14-dw
Mr. Arthur Hodge has sold his
fine black stallion colt to Mr. A. B.
Dement, the stock man. The buggy
went with the horse.
LOST-A sterling silver hand bag.
Dec. 21st. Finder by returning same
will be liberally rewarded. Miss Artie
Marlow. Union block, Ocala. 22-St
Mr. and Mrs. Will Brewer of Ro-
meo, were in town today shopping.
We are headquarers for all good
things to drink and eat. Good service
and prompt attention. Hogan is the
man.


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J. E. CHACE

DENTAL. URGECN
Rooms 9. Io and I,
Second Tlor, Holder Block.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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Office. Second Ieoor TM. Manroe m a
Chamblls Bank Buildba. Ocals,.
FlorWda.
Telep"nes: 6fflce, 221; ted~ence, 45
SOfce. Utow
-12 a. mn., 2-4 p. U. 7:20-M3 a. m.

FISHER'S ORCHESTRA
A strictly high-class, three-piee
orchestra, violin, piano and cornet, is
open for encsagements. Dance muic
a specialty. 11-27

WHERE BULLETS FLEW


DaRgd Parker, of Fayette, NT. a
veteran of the t. war, who lost a
foot at Getti, u *s: "The good
Electric Bitrs Avdone i Worth
more than e dollars to me.
I spent muc e doctoring for a
had ease of sto h trouble, to little
purpose. I then Electric Bitters,
and they cured me. I now take them
as a tonic, and they keep me strong
and well." 0S at drug stores.

WEATHER RECAST
Washington, Dec. 23.-Fair tonight
with frost in north and eantral por-
tions; Thursday, fair, warmer lan the
northwest portion.

GUILTY OF COUNilPkiufti N ,.
Pass couoterfelt money *. *0
known' remedy for .. w)
Honey and l te great coun t'
cold remed t res the i'Oat ob-
stinate cou bd heals the lung.
Sold by all druggista.

Send us your prescription buslems.
We are thoroughly prepared to handle
It. Tydinga & Co. -

A HEALTHY FAMILY
"Our whole aftty hasM mjoyed good
health since w msgas using Dr. King's
New Life j ago." ays
L. A. Bart R r Boaute 1, Glln-
ford Mal and toon
the system tie way that does
you good. 25c. at all dru stores.'



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BOSTON LADIEM QUARTET


The.Boston Ladies' quartet, one at
the best of all the lyceum attraiettam
will be at the armory theater rthi
evening of December list.

JANUARY AMERICAN MAGAZINE
"Mr. Dooley" once remarked that all
Christian Science needs Is- aH lttls
more science and that all scle
needs Is a little more 'hr tlanltr.
This remark wadpropbetio of on ax-
tramordintary condition existing In t-
United SRates today which ar SBtan-
nard Baker reports in the January",
American Ma-sga e.
The eureh 1 staking up the heal-
Ian of the sick and\ medetne tos tak-
ing on the color of Christianity by
acknowledging the mind and retlgln
as aids W effecting cres of the bodt.
Vt is easfty the most Iimportat Ntl'
'fact In American Ufe and Mr. Bed r
has rasped and presented it with his
usual skill.
In the same issue of the AeMtrcaM
Magazine (which. by the way.' now
appears In a new type dress and with
better Ihlstrations) William Allen
White begins a new series of political
articles entitled "-The Old O "or
Changeth." It to the "rtt Kamns
Janmallst at his best. Wht are thil
seldr results of these years ftag
tatlon and epoane threuli which we
have just passed. Mr. White to gobl
back and sort out what is t.talbe.
He proposes now to put into lasting
forpn the facts which ought. to be pre-
served.
Other notable contributions to the
a"e number may be summaried
briefly. tewart Edward White telo
a great story of boy tife-etity a
great one. Will Irwin describes the
New York "Bun." leanor Gates re-
ports the facts about a new meat
which may soon feed the milHIOs.
David Grayson Interviews a sober
drunkard. Mrs. McKee Rankin re-
calls memories of John Wilkes Booth.
ULncon Colcord, James. Oppenbein
and many their tell stories. "The
Interpreter' House" and "The Plp-
grim's Sedp" are full good reading.
The whole periodical t *thought-pro-
voking. It is good national Journal-
ism.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT I arantetd to,.
cure any case of Itehing. Blinm Bleed-'
Ing or Protruding Piles in to 14 days
or money reftndjd. &5e.
STRAY NOTICE


Taken up at my pace near Leroy,
on Dec. 10th, one roan mare colt about
2% years old: white star in face.
Owner can have same by paying for
this ad and feed bul. C. T. Miler.
More people are taking t9les Kid-
ney Remedy try year. It Is eoal4d-
ered to be e most effective remedy
for kidney A adder troubles that
medical se te an devise. Foley's
Kidney Re.d/Mor s irregularities,
builds up w ri out tissues abd re-
stores lost vitality. It will make you
feel well and look wel. old oy all



NOSE PAINTING
I am prepared to do al kinds of
house painting, outside or Interior
work, In first-class manner. All work
fully guaranteed. Fad jne at tbh
Owen home, No. 64 Nofth MagnoMa
street. 11-7-tf .-
LK W. MLTAW.
MN-Our illustrated catalee ex-
plains how we teach barber trade o few
weeks, mailed free. Moler BarberCol-
lege, Atlanta. Ga. l-11-4t
Fiey'a Orino Lazatdve cresM eOfte
constipation and uts the lver.
Orino regular t so they wll
act naturally a deo met to
take pgatvWWes ftMaUly. Sold by

PIL.E81 PIKESt. PUit.
W amV Ildsa Ple Olahmet wS
cure blind, bleedia ad Itcha piles.
It absorb the tuamar, allaps the Atdb-
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This copn to be ounted on or before hmber 26

Good for 5 Votes.
SIn the Star's Free Double PtM Coest
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Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida
An1 1nSee sIk o1 WIIdmk WaPrs uIDn mok
U4 OCrians carried at a m.n
varnew MOM LIPRA asMaa bs-sP W da M am 3m
card by a fird-lwes hMe d 1slL kW. Iob u-.
OMes r belaR dfeora, d aftys d i a b vry
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Clerk of this Board before 9 O'clock-Y
leet them until the stock is shipped to 100.. One Hundred Tearly ..
a. m.. on the day above mentioned, the omm ry at less than cst. ble .m.d :
Board of County Commissioners Com emissary at le thand see if we ct u.
By S T s ne. stunk," oe a all For Weeky aU-lbWe, -im
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN graed, fully guaranteed goods abow reg69 a 0 T&O t
That the undersigned will receive bids 12-10-dw J.M. Mefrt,Prop. Sw ripO s that a &@ a 1
for the position of Superintendent of U 1 -i..
the Por PFrm Oa Marion county. Flor- DON DRINKw .
Ida. 1 bids mint be sealed and filed i DOW? DRINK R PRINTING O
with t Clerk of this Board before But If you do. see Hogan and get the in Fl RI l OR,
9 o'clock a. m, January 4th, 1909. bestthat money"can I f 1 O O t e glma forlb via-|
Board of County CommIssiones, good drink we have t. 8rinn r
By 8. T. S strunk, Clerk. FISH AND OYITERIS boCr ...aoi. ....
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I Tompkins. the old reliable. to The Coebet wi be co-este l aa
That the Board of County Comlaum- now keeping a strictly Irst-class stall I the greatest mbeg~e atf tii: .e !'
sioners of Marlon county, Florida, will In the city market, the. lst on the Pianoa. No votes wi be s atO thM --
on Monday, the 4th day of January, right. as you go In. He keeps all eheduled. No eWpt or attee of ti
1909,. reeive sealed bids for the po e- kinds of fresh meats, choice beef. or in ay ,wa participsft I tle cfa MNLS.
ttions of Road Overseers for the Comn pork, mutton, sausage, etc. Fresh ias wmi count the votes at gahler iIvlwal
missioners Districts of Marion coun- received daily from both salt and different ea4ate These )gs WI.
ty. Florida, for the yeat 1909. All frehb water points and choicest Crys- L It is at basM w-.* thef
bids must be fled with the Clerk by 9 tal Rver and Cedar Key owe s re- vTtes be se-t la dMfly.
o'clock a. m., on said day, and the celved by each traln. AD are guar-
Board reserves the right to reject all anteed to be flesh and Sne. Also r,
bids. member you want ... .em-2:1
Board of County Commisiaoners, want to employ any oe ou T esetet 1s stricty a
By 8. T. Sistrunk, Clerk. L. ME. TOMPS1R, City Mark. Ocala. by the tar ad n fel s. '
Star Amiply bays the fP aalins a" tb.-*
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN SOO t -P ,- .i
That all parties desiring to purchase M aat pt B M
the farm known as the Poor Farm sit- te
uated onthe Martin a Oasis harn O F"bruy M, 19. ,
road, In Marion county, FlorMiA, con- .
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Come to our place, where you find t.
Selected Stock of Strictly fligh Gade Li
and Cigara in the county, and we will
tend to your wants.
A Skuad M, Cwp a ~ d T hmki -i
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,quors, Wines. Beer -:*
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,.man s.d MM. mA;mlev tMW @PMe
0"ee: lri matekr A ,a Stmt!., _ar, as
m r moW by kie. I. W. OgeW . at .-t i ,
S--a Fori \ akwri m "t ts. hed. .M. g--I. ha the af.- aaV .w. .
mame wll w a te a or t 1e1r mer frlsm01& m&be
who am arewp th. t mAtem. The Ua t m--. B
tn thfg thiy ts hbleast. "1o 1 I'M e
and ejoyedhUa. -It a
treat to 9e the way the rom a etw 1m i ee



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W. C. Ma e; Anthemy, -e
Weatherford; ra'.mma, W.a C. mm 4- .- h. r-.s* thef
Bushmell. T. J. Phillipse Ctras RL A. L *F e
W lh liems: t d ra a ths. te St C .p..T.a 3' 111
Crym River. .ppUe. y .T. *U....** e -
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STILL HAVE A Fw GAl":S M EW
U Darr, yor moeo os and hLe umV .
We still haRuvee a few barga11s to1et6 11W vgd as kamekI
shoes. If your wants 1. thius1. Itasl s trt
net felly i eatw cn.o In at pAel- semm'
nl s t, roar rSf T feet. The resea1. W. t lib
otdtte i We ely, p pst s tot sw t SSi a ft t W0- a b *si.-'
tWnity will bave e wbat. ain. t e b o .. a o p 's, : w t
feeth uinmen'oand no. a ~ tovfte1 6aaf t & l r'

Ho J ItyO ue Pprintr.sl lay i, hed z of vTe S &
OYSTEATVELK CAPS Ss 6111'

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wPla. Stew.... ..... o. ....a, "s ea V a W.. Th *ry --" -"1."61

every day icn th e week. Oppo ett. as-.-- ---r-
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expert .ent with B.nknown preepar- ate whae iled al wh at aga m s
tions that mayet acont some ar l st h a ve Aud. J I M a (Mob mn t-m I gai tI . .'
.you no e. an d has record of torty. deg'" an rr me s l Iet Yo r ms. *....b. ,.....
oYers oIf Aour tte io bnC APS d rag i nm tDe o drttt hMe'.al De wm ag Tea Yeary S. o l 7 B .
Wl fhave a1 ager it are wood*, s tm Ml bli ad NEi







h s. Goom-seasoned wood. Vn a
A BIG LOAD FOR A DOLLAR downing is Ingruients at
delivered, cash. Cao ll at factory or their eu43 atl etm e s male w|
That on Tuyi day, the 2nd a of toeb. m edlm freZ which It wIN he ied ta







miLs seoners lMario county. Florida. ti I gi r.mbelagad .ieMI 1r
will leabe for 190 the county convicts a. PiRgam ' m'.. |g JI 2 S *
he "ems fr e. pepubeina, y 330, heey. oesri y sbmcr. .
ever, the right on the cart of the said LP mMod ad f ---'M-. 4







oftety ... ... conv...i.t .under a r STILL OFFERING SHOE B, RAIS .0 v yl. ll.. 1Io .. -. .-. .
similar tould the lease now iy n force byej.
said Board. The B oard will reserve We have disposed of aiSl the child Ten t bsrios.............
the xperieght wito reject all bls, unknown and alla wheen lo atebt iNe a ola- **







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WHAT A BANK DOES
There are many ways in which it sowm the
public but the one now most valuble, per*
haps, is to help with loan. We will meet the
needs of conservative borrowers.

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petition yeS tey of the i-
tr1,pto I. '" ysw.sftiwtn Iu -
nation of the ( e C e mct. tMIi is
rearded here as siMtefta the. sie of
Castre as tar as Wte er ueseilmn
the reina of vseoaftsat em is col-
cred. m
The real powe in VeaesUMSan w is
Vice Presidest eOms, whea M tcoe
left in him stead white he mode
trip to Eurype. That Goes s to ,,
* sympathy with the or-nema. ma
that the resignatiom at the Cetp*
cabinet was not voluta, isJ, a hoew
Sby the fat$ that the annon -e"It of
the res tgmtlo eo the cabinet wa meot
made known until after the arrival
from the Interior of i0ow troop, well
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/ -riMon county that there In to be ea R
-meeting of the county Union to meet
at the court house in Ocala the Arst f
THE FRA-the Best Printed Magaine in America. ss1 Theobjee of idmetgs
to elect officers and attend to such
R ^^dmwnother matters as may r n e16me the
D--r-- Oca

About yourself when yee are ipple
We will give you a Scholarship in the International Correspondence School with ea si Jelma It-
-41- Coume-Any Stbject. Or we will give you a Howard Watch, SM. course you've at of th s
Gold Model. 25 year Guarantee, If you send us 1" new FRA Magamne S Bb- they failed. 9s Sueli
scriptions. Also 25% Cash on Paid on anll Subearipti . met-itt ac
We Want 1M Mm New FRA lers Feree Fe.s ""IMi a nd"a
well as nolby the
We need your assistance. and we are tling to pay for It In C Bach Anti-M op
New Subecriber Means m cents for You. 109 New subscribers secure for
YeA a Hoawad Watchrh i an ln,.pat.ln, r.a .r- v'Dar m i n &i*m- *'. n. One Mnam of m an ad two wk


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HURRY IP YOU WANT *ARGAln
The stock o sN st the Mel n
Offers the people of Ocala and t h. re- grat'm" ", "a"
men's and wom's shoe left. You
Ssh would come la at once and get yewr
the surrounding country, a really shold*i c" g t
we are mma ORM tMe- rs &y Aet-
first-class drug store with all that v"it a-= Where
and have ;ua show you the stoek.
the statement implies. & MARION ... tyes
WOULD MORTGAGE THE FARM
A farmer on Rural Route 2. mpiVre, S
Ga.. w. A. by name, say#. .
We have a strictly firs-clas staff of Pharmcists, ucke'y naree we *llS
with a complete stock of pure drugs and solkit your nd d& n .C arto
prescription business. oe 1 tn 1b,,,, It If I ha to M .JDO& r S
Prwerpto buihew.not be without It If I bad to "aa 6 u
Our stock of Toilet Articles is first-class at reason- .t dfarstes. It" Only l5c. at
sonable prices. oRDan, rt hi
In Soaps, Perfumes, Toilet Powders and Coametics M. wl Xo R quit. s c. w
of all kinds we carry the beit stocK in town. are sorry report, it begin deemed
necessary for the Odd Fellowg to em- LI VVA1A
Our Fountain Drinks and Ice Creams are fitat- a. t trane .Mm to strem W a
wplh for hy m t i peedy retoaend. W e
class. Pure Jersy milk and cream only is used. Mr. Jack Drie a pRrchaeC r
the heon Graggs farm west of town,
In the spiemdid stock of ,-. ltit at," and Ofr
There has been a general home-
Guhs Celebrated co for the pat week of ab-
lT sentees to pend 4rtoylosm Most ll
ULthet boys who have es o siath for the
past two mouths or more workiln in
1 Tthe orange groves are at shomne and
apparently enjoy being bhaek on the
old heath. T
The Maation building P & .If you aRn
in ll aize packages and all flavors, we offer the public r rs st nd lodge an
Wvrb cn mdL 0. 0. F. has teem compaetd andI x
the very best candy made. occupied and is a budinge calcweted
to do credit to a town of more pre-
We have a good line of Holiday Goods, as shaving tensions than oaur v e. The lode /
boys, not to do tingA by alves, have
sets, comb and brush sets, mirror, military brushes, instaled a Ui-ae-poW'r W m-
etc., that we are closing out at COST. lXstu h~aW eny and perfectly te M
o s s-foot Space. Mr. P. J. Haad Tea
We will give our best attention to your orders, old an d ntaned the iht. T
e in o st by ma Messrs. Caruthers not to be outdone.
either in person or sent by mail have shed their t room c (
prie,* hard oU IIStued. The J~iter -._
work on the lnterioer taty ln de- .
sigM, excellent a mechanical con-
structiom and the arrament of the
several department is aunsally wen
I *adapted to the uses of a retl busml-
ness. The old store room Will be
= used for storage rpses and for
I* heavy hardware, a wkldtlul :Imple-
Sments and furniture. May all or
people who strive to build up Oxford
e fourish and spre aas green hay
Fre ove manager. tree and alour e e. that
In helping to sustatn 4 ptre lse
-i home enterprift they are helping
themselves. ,
/ Mr. Tol Dudley, who was a former
Resident of this town. but for several
years has been at Dutton, has again
per and live lu With us, in the best
country on earth.
W T^ f *^ Mrs. Mabel Willis and child of 8-
Smovannah. G. are m eo e visiting for the
holidays at Mrs. WliUs parents, Mr.
and ntra. 8. L Origg._
SGrandpa" Rolfe, the straight out
octogenarian of our acqsin.taice,
came in a few days ace from his
owa home for his .annual winter Visit
IN FANCY BOXES to ,relaU. ostauser Bogue.
family and ;UOxford &ad vcialty.
His legion of friends are zlad to il-
come him agaia and to note that he
We have a nice assortment of Eaton.Hurlbut's ear not to age with the passing
who spent last winter with u s
29 ets. to 49 cts We g Mr. Ed Kbroh o
Ray i at Coleman on our streets Monday.
Santa Claus seems to nave bead-
which in every respect will equal any at twice the qas at Dr. s. c. aC. *ith, store
price. The reason we can sell it so cheap is be. th" yea
cause our buyer bought a large lot of it far below HER HEAR WAS 1oKEN IOW
the regular price. heI r o was bad and
e tould f nothing to clear it up.
We also hawv other box papers at 14c to 29c. a inaet lv i Jn. inactive lier ii II
Come $n and look. It's free. In anar ,r, ..e.ea- .
ed liver regulator. Sold by the Anau-
Monopoly Drugatore.


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let Cases and Albums.
them i all the p
Musical Albums. If you
thing in this line, you sho
means see oua line.


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rn,' SlAl o t a ..
which are now uwuI* etractte.
lb u "SIutatesp S~ ag210"
wRn b ..........t. by PrneMe Betrr.
the onl brote Wf the alr, whb
was here to see the M a oer mch
In 1902. A flotilla e( torpedo beats
o of i T eW be s omn a d Prtne a-
W e ha e bert, the third mon e the emperor.
HONEYCQMBED WITH GRAFT
res. Alt
Pittbwar has a M eMisipl Seaf da
waat a*y. that wi l Makeam Fromai s*
Md by all P Mtsbarg Dec. 2&-Folewngr the
enmatlai arrmtos here t mlaht of
m eomeundlta and two bmnwlse a.
charges of aflged corruption Ina con-
ducting the public affairs this e ty.
It is Intimated that even ,dore staru-
anton-Huilu t's Ir W evipntf will trnpire.
wu fl 8 The people of PttsbuMrX ae mr-
pr"ied almost beyond description at
the suddennew of the arrest of niae
men who are all wel known.
High municipal ofnetala fthe city
held a meeting at which it bl mid
plains were pe ected for the arrwt
of the other men alleged to be Imps-
cated In the bribery candal, and, ae*'
cording to the best laformatloa ob-
tainable, It is possible the municipal
clandal of 8n Francisco will be In-
"lilemnPt when compared to the al-
leged grafttlng herm


Marion Realty Co.


BULLETIN NO. 24.


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$1150.00


NO. 20K.-The above price Is asked for one of the et InvesetmeMt
ever offered. 100 acres best farm an d.& 0 acres now Ini clUvattkm and 56
acres in woodland. New American Field Fence around place, alo one mail
two-room cottage and a big two-story burn. Four hundred truit trees ose
place, Including oranges. grapefrult d other tropical frtts. If bought
at once will Include one 10-inch Chil plow, one Scotch harrow and ome
horse, wagon and harness. This places three miles from Martel on bard
road, se en miles from Ocala. Mall delivered to your door every day by
Star Route R. F. D. Bsy terms. . .


$200 Cash

NO. ISA.-Pive room house half mile from Citra, 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 $4.50 a moath.


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Taluak Idge No. .
L 0. 4hr..meets every Tda esda
Ion lnwo 'ers aEL Vstmi brother
always wcome.
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Ned"eeof Sesies.of
teae Latedi N4. i
n v. eht O Pr .etar.
tetive Order of EMa.
desom held thie mco a' fourth
Tuesday evening of each m lh. Via-
IttIng brothers cordially invited.
Stephen Jewett, haltedd Raler.
D. 8. Wllam.s. loontarq.



Next regular mneathly mecstag wit
be held Friday evening, Jan. 8th at
7:20 o'clock in Y~o 's Hall. Visiting
movere'a ft m ahray welcome.
Ch. sAa e,C

F. &. A.


1VABABAA ww B U y % s.4U --

ASHER FRANKa n -L a C2 tIs
an Thwe"s r atnawS or *e
OCALA FLORIDA th- Vii brother. cora
I_ -vited. W. D. Graham, W. M.
J-e- a-row orer u.- -


Conventions held eey Mon-
IF YOU ARE GOING TO JMCKSOIRLE TO SHOP FRM a, ",,,, catea ". e""--" ;-
M a* Asees s tore. A cordial weloom to vil-
Srkings knight H. M. wt-p.q. C.C.
Chase. K. Sa e IL of IL Ma 8.
DREW'S o o,.
D R W S CONCORDIA LOGE F. U. Or A.
45 47 j 4 Wedst ly SL Concordia Lodge No. 21. Fraternal
Union of Ameriaes, meets fourth Wed-
nesday of every month, 7:3 p. m., at
Where you will find all you want at one place. Youe' Han. R. Troe, P. K.
The largest stock and the greatest variety of Chan. K. Sae, Swtauy.

j CRit Goods TAX BOOKS WILL CLOSE JAN. 1
SThe city tax books will close on
Dolls, Toys, Fancy Goods, Gift Books, Pictures, anuar ci ^, ll verned aord-
Kodaks, Bric-a.brac, Fine Stationery, Prayer ingly. w.w. CLTATT,r
Books, Bibles, etc. Orders by mail carefully and ocla. la. Cty a couector.
promptly attended to. Our Une of poclet knes is un-
equaled In the country. All sised and
kinds of knives all gusranted. An
HE H & W. L EW OMPANY eceptionallly pretty line of pearl-
Shandle knives for both ladles and gem-
Jacksonville, Florida. tlemen. The ario Hardware Co.
-----...........-..---.....-... ..: .... You should ahau meu that
stlpatlng. Yet the most Important
thing to do whenjBT a cold Is
to move theod wells. a cameot
promptly cura cold unti yeu do
T& AD AH SH EO L t'0s Kd Lxative CMh
f"yrp the 110 by $larta It-
Sammat of A throat and has,
d it Ve e, .t t
I Children ulfwor it tastes --rty
V a as good as maple sngar. Solw by the
Anti-Monopoly Dregstore.
GAD1ON'S 0B

ATLANTIC COAST LINE srrhas
the second floor e theo state arranged
into one grand department of bar-
gains. In this department wae sewal
TO ALL POINTS thousand doar w t or -Gr-"
dime, both tape and fancy. For in-
Xtance there la SIt. worth of arim
Lad A alonee at the job oa price. Ld"W
dshlrtwalste, skirts. allnkids of ne-
South of the O and Potomac ad Mnirtwae -r 1 of -
Sof Owtionu toas &ta" fty goods, S X
Eoast of i Mf aJj igf. 0#I_-i barXains picked up her. and there In
ast of t s ppi New York City by An Gardo
paid for tn aesh and wM be sold at
Tickets on bale December 18, 19, 28, 24, 25, 80, 31 and Jan- are stock a oods was bo at
uary 1, with final limit to leave destination not ont fr t e u tt t
later than midnight of January 6, 1909. Sto rehas std wn s us
lot on th moeur aa eo ms Delft a
to visit our seo98d 0 swNow*age be


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Lann Perm A .IrB W Rehm- ........ ..... ..'.. ... .
0. M. M mm & Ca ita Dry ...................... ... ...
Meet & Chade, WW e se ... .... .. .. ...... ......
Ripin a C-., Denmestic....................... ... ... ... .... 286


CLARETS


Wveille A Co, Berdeaux ................ ..... ... ........1.6
Jee Marman & C, Bwdeaux.......... .... *... ..... ... 6
St. Geaor-ge Vimyds. Cafermia ......... ... ... ... ... ... J.


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SAUTERIOU


Jules Merman & C erdam ............
arton Guestir, ..r. u .......... ..
California Wine Aseatio ............. ...
VERMOUTH
Frances CinMane, Trin (IttNl) ....... ...
Sube & Ci Mareisit, (Fr h) ......... ...
Vieter Gautier Ce ........................


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Flobers.
Mr. AKUwr AAM0% 4*-Oou& LOW.1
In t"*.
4
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A Cbriwt tM ta off Wkwim lat'
the ch" * w am m..V*AWft
Tim memn&bmd mosom lw,,."*
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Mr. cl a 19midw ad co"" uivr.
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SHERRIES
R. C. a C6.0 Jsrell SPOK dry .... ... ... ... ... . ... .... Sim
H. do S, i, Twragoad Spain. sweet ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... $1jW
Garreft A Ce ........... ; .................... ...... ...... ...... ... $Js
PORTS
Graham AL Ce ......................... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... M e
Garrett & ...............................I ...... ...... ...... ... $25
DOMESTIC WINES
GoIden Qste Apriest Wine ............... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... $1AID
Goiden Gate Orange Wine ............... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... $1J0
Garrett Shicum-ry ........................... ...... ...... ...... ... 4 an
Garrett Souppa WHO ......................... ...... ...... ...... ... $JS
Garrett Virginia Dare ..................... ... ... ... ... ......... $25
MPORTED WHISKIES
Lawrie, & Co. London Jamaica Rom ...... ... ... ... .. ... ... .... $125
Duaville & Irish Whisky ............ ... ... ... ... ... ... .... $125
Ramsey Sootch Whisky ................. ... ... ... ... ... ... .... $125
Bieck and White Soofth *hisky ......... ... ... ... ....... ... .... $125
Hail AL Hail so" Whisky ............... ... ... ... ... ... ...... $M
Schiedam Gin ...... ...... ... ......... ... ... ... 0 .. ... ... .... $135

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The Arceae berberdwr WM not be
open Chriatme dw.
Uss P=RIft TWA& Quenol.
to@& P1 9"Wall
Old soft W at bome for Wo Im
beledws "M dw 060b ftesw.
Red'Cress CHRWMAS SVAMft
at the 100sbeffise OnMOW& 12-14
use Plaws Cbm TGUIM GUMS_
teedL Price 26c. ftM by all I ='16, c
I
J. W. 39orrison and ftmliy at Cal-
ary were In town today.
1!
Rom clipping a"a at the V0109kins' 0
a Cobb livery suble. 11-15 11
Red Crew CHR"AAG STAMM
at the PeAeffift OnVAwis. 12-14
Music cabhmits and benches. One,
of the handsomest lines you ever saw.
McIver & MacKay.
sponges. sponges, direct hem the I
ftheries. Prim tbft awprb% at an
Anti-Monopoly DnWmtor&
Mr. F. B. Beelthow tb* In W
inspector, in at home for the bdi--"
dam
We have a pj,#tW fte oC dauvads,
rings. plan, etc. A. IL Bwnftk the
Jeweler. 12-14-OW
Tbonns Ray. Jr, of. Riebelk. Viss
a guest of tbs. Oftle. Rouse yester- q
day.
Lot the obildres swo sain
M-Glepas OW sum" to
Get to Caus, at goo, sesser 96W&
Post cards of the Beaboard
for sale by T. EL Kills. Studio North
magnolia street 12-1-2
Mr. Hardy. Trainer of moream, was
in town today and Mid the BW an
appeclated calL
Prom my line at sterlift rshvbr
tollet articles you can get almot Ay-
thing that you wh4L A. X Raftieft
A beautirut assert t of ftwinod
pictures until January Ist, Will be
mid at $1 eack McIver & MacKay.
Mr. Alex Moorhead bag hem on the
sick list this wftk with -.a fWuIW
cold.
I&dW desks 1a mshosw and ask.
the handsomest line ever shown In
Ocala, at McIver & MACKaylL

It Is VNT "0000807 that You abould
buy your premeate for Cbrisanas at
Inshers to gave nw"r.

Have you. the new visible Pay-
Sboks typewriter? IL C. Davis a f3o.
general agents.
Mr. Joseph W111fams with his sister,
Mrp. C. K Herrick. was In town yes-
terday.
Now is the tkne to ~ your gar-
den. We have ad kbWls of garden
seed for fall planting. Tydlnv & Ce
We carry the& best line of tollet ar-
t1cles. soaps. perrumes, etc- In the'.,
city. Come in &ad be convince& '-"y-
dings & Co.
I say. do you drink whisky 4t no-
gats's place? Tbere you get pure
goods. Horan, the mail order house.


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HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE
We hnve at all times at our barns
an Wtst Broadway &.lot of cbefte
bore" &W mules; good rellebta. All
purpose stock which Vj* hur Ourselves
and Phfp down trom thAUMdft wA
western markets. It you a horse
for driving. a saddle a hwm
horse or mule, or It- In the
market for a number otbarem and
males for any ow- eall an im Wo
absolutely guarantee all stock sold and
can give imm tbo benefit ot the very
clovest prim. We aim carry In soack
larw quantities of ents and bay at Ot
lowest market prim
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at rest or Vww M.

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ftwy wwaud OdM7 wa
MIN 3, IMM I- 1.iiis .. 1
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Tian
manool BRIL w may bii vm:,U, i*t
bm". k doviss dr4 se "*A*W sp
SUW OWL BO OWBGM 4qMA *Oft bOW*

FO* 9ALN---A *MY %oft in
coadftku and *aq I
Dr.- D. IL'Smit3L

A fto um 40C MEOW
Wftft 40t tka, QftomdB4
isa Irm a"
In xtock at ow stwo. MadmAsit.
wwo <,Vnspmy,,

IM" the shodr" to'sm
ai ttw anew swm
We have a Mkost en*d*ft
amy Imv~.dwm
fenst Pkwl& TM AGU-
Dnostem

LONT-M am& W" OWIL W=
Viy &'Tommouble am= d Air fts, re-;
-"M to NWr offim at W. IDL Mdk*

y "iftk if v" so pot to (A
bw ZC N&M sad oldr ff"
V44b anise tto ftw.

it C. DILVU & Cal at
hwwme aft typowma p I
ftft; $140 pw doom
Tmm wbom wm at tbp
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The I ilm -of M&W and.
es watebow oc 0 klodk xofti
in at A. W DurRWO
uw-,~ Cow to ovd16 Jfi*


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Mm A. W. broft ot.
bw Ana sow ac ftwiL 80i mm dwo,
or "IwAma In- tbw now hmmo

cow tbo -snows" uff,.40041,
batkdays lwltb
IP. mal0ek God. O)w 1. T"kft
3bL T., IFL Is 40jor"
ft m )"o
bvm- bw tftmm bmw*ow
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be an"""
M,- am'Owt
try to ftwim tbe- inotiom
of tb* an ownybeft We me sonswc
Jbicts, amd are'rApt vwv br a 6solow-
for wim amm. W* k"W the boo"' -
pme or Beak and t.oke vociall, 1hp-
bwo tnt~ So IN" &ad lus"L
DEL A VIL MUST.

Offlin Xomw.' 0, to 'n a., -imL a*
1:86 t& 4:0 V; *L- 0~ 499se -WW',
isbe mtery. ropm. 2 and. 4 am.

'WaL Deb= -ntowd cefty 6,@A
wartim-*, irberi be wem to hwpon-';
ia-i- deposits ift Mr. IL C. ciaglo.
pw INS&
-7.w* ww too pkv la obevrim"
yow ow spindid stom of seam ow- -
ftmm &".tmO pow4pr". The On-
iftr DnigotwiL
Mr. A. P AMuekey, -presid"a at, dw
Tompa mw Jaekwmvm Ronway. &W
ame to ftmapta to somd a week on'
bb S~Id Pn*" at thAt P06st


Our prioes are tor you to say.


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TAsten vrbm 7m arw-st, ftem, end
as Yom oldin wbm b solm shoo
OW L B@mW'*
pum tft
Mir. r- H. R"aw a" ftmay www-
ed to Ocala a few da" Abm ftom
AreMU. who* Mr. Remiss vu- fw-
no ly wwwwr of the Oftee vivo
PbMPUt& C%6 K& la SOW MXW
aW for the Amerfeam
chmkw C*, a" the ftoll" wo
isaw weeme a4twe" to oeall
THIE VUKIRIMT I I&W
To swr a comob or ow In JoAvy-mift,
It stwt*--tbia mm im
or
Jung a few swo!.
bomod 811 low stut
the
an fir d
RoWr, bst the
dw AoWXmopft DnWMM

At, do "Do" a" Ami iism go
;ym anew a& eft mu%*,.rum awo-
ke A am-chm sebmm me, s"Ifto-I
P*" week fte
Ahmimemb- IMMLM ghLa AMA


A most aeceptaW Christmas pres-
ant for your wife. mother or idster
would be one of our handrmse beat-
en, stoves or ranM of whieb we
have a good stock. The Afarion Hard-
ware Company. 12-14
Mr- John T. TAm%. of Maw Muff.
VMS in town tafty buyhw SMU
CIA"*. Christmas My In eempany
with the governor "d- several otber
notablew be wM nufte a vid to the
Vve alades to me bbW the dredam
am guting alm&


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TOYS 6 TOYS a TOYS



Oar line of toys in on dis&y and it behooves
aH in the market for goods of this kind to look
us up before going elewhem
Our line eonsiffas of mechanical tnins, magic
lantaMIN an i4nds ot iron Opp; also stovea, Pianos
and toy furnitme. Try us for doU carriages,
wagons and tricycles. We have so many articles
that it would take up too much space to umation.
By-the-way, we havehorns aud tool boxes, also


Yme Holwhdo


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SFRurrCAAKE

we have all theIgrediet,
absolutely ,h.
Pe. a
9dXMEB~~ K-aai


seat hbs boy ea ad s 5 -be auaa
on Onftge avea.v tom de i wm S
and esatioamd them te look et for
fatteenakes. ThM boy (Caua a box
tIn the field, apparetly e ty. naied
up sad attawh hed a short pole. as
fof*h the former o owner Bad boew
arayla It e an shooulder. Out of
curiosity the boys broke opm th box
and found a* of the reptlMes eir
father had ebnutmed the a sst, a*
huge rattlesmake, dead however, and
nearly decmpods. Sme ae evi-
dently captured the sauae. put It
the box and left In there and the old
rattler Unermi and died.

NOTICE TO D00 OWNERS


In the diseharge of my duty as city
It is getting late-don't put it ef marshal and purpaat to orders tfrm
S the mayor and eity eoneil, I have
0 1 killed a number of apparently worth-
e aless dogs, runnag at large on the
Streets of the city. without either it-
ah r asrL Fra lm cense or muzzle. 1 have'e a*, caugf
Oark s, ?rqrlrs and ient home to t'be owners a great
PHONE 174 number of dogs that in my esttU
matlon were of sfAtctent value to
-save. In a number of cases theno
same dogs bave been mpaediately, rt
11hZ ~ EAU l ain. I wish to place the public .
S----.. notice that I am going to stop this. I
low is theTime to Send or a am willing to save any man's dog, If
Neow ia the Trime to Aad r 8tp a I think he values It, but I am not will-
Box of Mixed or Any Kind of Ing to be Imposed on. In presenrvin
CHOICE fRUIT the life of any dog found loose on the
Everyone kvnws we Mt P the best treets without MamedTrr license
and our prices are the= reasona- am performing an act of aiaduess a w
ble. because we buy and sell ore going outside of- myO fficial-ult ies as
bl because we buy and sell more the law has said they must be killed
Don't buy until yoiu see, phone or Please take notice and be governed
writer M-- ..udg ordingly, If you nui your dogs.
nen t. ,.i s*eee'.ly..
w. c.Bun., Marshal.

S. A. MOSS & BRO O.ca
MAinelia d Ma J MARION COUNTY
S- FAIR PHOTOGRAPHS
We Also Carry a Niaa Li -BDow "-
Cakes and Pies We can fll at once I limited num-
er of orders for copies of the set of
S --- ten handsome photographs of the
J. PH LLi Maro' County Fair: bits, Stock.
C. J. PHILLIS Oroundas, Gr-ndstand. Racers. Inter-
lor Views, Agricultmual Exhibit. Ma-
Coftaf il d 'Bi f dchinery Exhibits, Womaa's Work, Ne-
gro Department, etc. etc.
--- Orders fllle4 in order booked.
Plans and Specifications lFuM The Florida Fruit and Truck Grow-
upon Reqi-s r er. Ocala, Fa., I. J. Brumby, Edtor
Upon Request and Publisher.
129 South r d St*.
Oca Pl. t, NOTICE,
'I Those in need of a phane or organ.
at unprecedented p s wi do wsll
flADA PIWf l 6 t* read the pian -ad* onft aSfer-
S. ....n r ft l etament of the A. Etaper Pano
J. J. FORT, p Ip0.e Company in todayWs Mar and then go
Rates reasonable--All goods around and look at the instruments.
Pressed and Cleaned on Short No- Mr. and Mrs. & B. Long, of Fort
tice and Delivered Promptly. k11 Kling,, 'eft this noon :or Crescent
transient work not called fo ir e city t visit Mr. Long's brother, W.
days wil ,e sold for charges.. J. Log, through the holidays.
Joe Whiaeafat of Belleyew, was In
1 A D RB m town l"st night. I siId' tgaene
Jnl LHardson, of Lynne. Mass, had arriv-
ed in the City of Oaks for the winter.
BA Di I A-1- II This ta bi nrtt vit Ia tsix years.
S. ,rs W. H. West of OLford eatew up
So me a r yesterday to joi1 her nothert Mrs.
& seea.msU sm **s. -T5weui Elizabeth mft) ai4 together today
e tye k= t I they leftM for'O'Bu*rat. br Coluambia
r k aI mcounty"- tospendte, ha"e with

T" Daw i Mr. R9obrt -' Tylerr. tusarclal
agent or tbe A. C. .. Wt~t odar tr
Eustis to spend Christmas with ML.
Taylor and the cheudm.
Mr. Louis J. Brumby received the
blue ribbon and award of merit at the
Marion County fair for the best agri-
cultural and horticultural Journal. An
IPle i. P 4Il1. e Ts sI P*i, Immense number of sample oples of
-W- Z IM W ..s.t.S. the Florida Fruit and Truck' Grower
iM *re *aorye r DOM*. were distributed on the grounds and
sw g lutefisC., POr-c.T.i 20 nearly fWf y different handsome cover
'AlMM SITE10 a1yII Tdesigns were amone the features
greatly admired.

ample by buying $5 worth of Red
Cross stamps and putting theza on his
AMBE Christmas packages and thu# sub-
** 1 which they are sold. Let the good
I C,, stantially aodorw thernoble cause for
work go on and others follow his ex-

H- T W The Ocala News C.a is the eldest
J l --_house in the p ity on doll, toys, books
~I X

i x v ,I Mr. and MrsR. R. Carroll and little
forhthe hoidareyso. Letblhegd tt


_- daughter, Mrr, wUI go to St. P-
1 tersburg tomorrow afternoon, Mrs.
| Carroll and Merris to spend two
weeks with relatives, and Mr. Carroll
to spend Christmas with them.





Tgrdy cm iwysW uusu -a well known traveling salennan for
I isa-e Ist. I MI- m i-lm r the Tampa Hardwara Company, is at
ami i stitmua the Ocala House.
i CnHU id Mr. F. J. O'H*Ra of JacksonvIlae,
. aw one, of the leading naval stores op*


ereators of the state, was in town and
a guest of the Ocala House yester-
Fni f PBn day.


Hoarse cougs colds that
may develop pneumonia over
night are qul by PFley*a
Honey and f ictamed
membranes, lang, and ex-
pels the cold F the system. Sold
by aul druggists.
Tou should see our handsome new
furniture before buyla We have the
prettiest goods ever exhibIted In
Ooala. Mclver & MaeKay.
A HEARTY APPETITE


W Is what most babhs have. but is et no
for cohme,- cls-, throat ad benefit to them h have worm
wouabim. Noopiate. Nona sure your baby Is NMet troubled
esti ST e .'.ybody. Soldevryw 'e with them. Sure
Theb maeo huow,,. rte = set


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cr~e m in. fr samto h a1.is.
bad plenty ,ka sad g," -I -
hJoyed th. week as eoay a mV r Ma
when they am taetd mt ote esma-
al Captain lagitu,
*,- A. L. HOULAY RATS
The ~day rat.. on am djesbre
weat Into effet m the 8lkt and t
et' I be sold at thk jeted ftA"
unUt January ,.
Every case of aftc oe, wMek hak-.
bladder tea0mmatitm apd rheonmti
Pams s f ger negeta, s
such "trq a aafst dB.e
to weak DWeWttr, 1M-
septic and -o- i qualekly. Insist
upon M MWIitt uy and Badder
Pill. For &lM, ad I
ftatlm- of- br tbey u arn u-
by And-Moopoly 'nwt"
FOR OEt-Two raeee t.4 up
complete for housekeepng; city a*d
dtera water. Ois., No. I Seath
Fifth stet. -t1-Ut
Old Seatf ftc mail bm smw
Wtb W IWtea d ^tail hi pu


We have a pleaiG Id.a of ear"ig
sets and breakfast eartag sets. They
aft hade6ome, a ri le a t std C o
very best steel. he Marmon Hiafd-
ware Company.
i s ... -.eip betto r E vl $:
masses fee a CiletIas preseatI last
al time yeas anad ste Qe0sls New
ci bete o em eik -Swg Cd [
Iprics. $S the fair, 1a. yew
ti6hawb s *ome who" *Bw h at
set.
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POTATOES'


Get your Xmas eat,
ablesat

FISHER'S
Fancy Oakes, Candies,
Nuts, Raidin and
the like.

Phone 110. Callusup


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I HAVE fl. IAUIA AND WINTEMg
STOCK OF P I-CE OOD8
An eovsww qiavihme ed wll hbe
lamed to show ou the geod. -n m d
Mak yeyr fal o winter Msuit a tres-
6s You do't hev Wtsk &r Pek ot
you.r ged d time su a.

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Fert King Avem
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bumpe a heem o NPc
SIMON lb ifadydie
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Cany asites"e~sWhw m
Vinst BROOKebUrch atsimt eaI
smuwdawn. 40t Id K. -ig1
and mm nksMim Wum "4 J Y lw,
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as eatmt0mmesIftthe "09of Ja0L

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aSholl elom" V"Mayaftermomi~w, e
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"rrom "am wthe tmatre

MMs. C. PMles.
Nle.KMI. Pilos.. pout Apeto
mks* B an"l-*A= ,

M14. detining her -, shw*
W.elMrs.A. MXMigiart ae SM0-;
tertahiftngMr. a" Umrs.N. TzX st
&114 Mm .Devlbe,. at h~-lt~
Mr. a" .d3Mrs. hm a Avery 4
son. lota IL -A,?ery.xs, w
4%asipl'vaia. last Yvow.
Wr. AndMrs. 1flh',w,,'tIp am
daugbter, who have been vWtlngMW.,
,and M. Pfsnk Slobblvtovs, ntumd
to lutelachen this wee.
ThE HO"AR"OAm
I am mewbooking oer" for Chris-
mme skbpwmsnts- Pa4ms. ,Pamft-


SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE
If you want a new Chamoioa, ReO
Home Sewing Mahine, neaer aed.
call or write this office an we cam.
givo you a In tbargain.
I. YOU mUeT DRINK
See Homga and get a good, r-, dse-
tillad whaky.
FOR RENT-Fatenhed or naftern-
lbed tooms. Apply at this eoee.1-4
TO CURE A COLD IN NMr DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO aiQu d
Tablets. Drugglefta reanud eMay If *
faiU to cre. 3. W. GROVTs. ans-
tare S oa each be=. 36 ceas.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Dead Umder Seotimn 8f Chap-
S-t 40 Laws of FlWM-.
Note is hereby given that Patrick
IL L No. 1917, dated the Iat day o Jauly, A.
1Q__ rfD. 1IN1 has l d said csttUtmt In
bJiy ot eelal. and a m ade,**"a --
~ Q l ifor tax deed to i n acorda
P i with law. I sam S-., t embrace
P-~ the w ifollwng deserve pPart t-
S KD. ted tIn Maro eoty, Forida, tkw-
A No ewit:L ott b Mock wa Ueblew. Th
,amid d bet asmsd at thO date
S1of tme lmaaam of suck certlinate la
f ithe aa of parties aoaewL ItemsL

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belp 7mur tomash KaMo N bthe


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stron by taking a Ifttle odoL
You -dont have to take Kouol anl
the time. You amly tame It wium
you need IL.
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peessilstle and fault nfding we may
be am we a.re t I. lomMer c. T w ash
Uo *"wtht1e soae of ulh. 0God w ,-
yem. to omae m to. ad If we A 1
opeb our momm .tthe ncoif of b and for the w
power that well enabl our spirt to
dIng. -It Is a iaftng rdei a. a o-
USloM that Ito wwhS I MI e a
ebeert muMscal ralIak that the / "
worL d e.d AMi Chrstisaa is that.
There ae enough on-Me d telt
finder n tthe woMd. ad It was Is.
tended that every Chrieta's life
should bea songof cheer. aMaay an
adividul ai man a home i llsL
reloped l gloom. and If my fte Mba
song I an drive away some at the i I
wr0d's sadnem. It is a beautIful I n.Y
tMag ewe to try to do that. ad It i
wen worth Ilvia go t-ev. Dr. Johi
H. PrWah. BefnNMe. RtMabU.
HAD A CLORemember
Mrs. Ada IL. Case the widely
]mown proprier Croom Botel.
Vaughn, Miss says: T several Cl ss t a
months 1 sE with evere eu easf.
and coo to have ifts yity| Ii T l
g .rip o. me. a ro eound- Up IA a a t
ed Dr. e. I began
taking It, affected a
complete hfae at thin life A l
saving comch and coeld net M, a l ..U,
lani and threat boeler in worM wsMe.
Sold at ana drug o, -.WWity s em
and $L. TrtW bottles fte.


All preseripute fiHed at the Anti-
Moeopoly Dratmre are sed by
druas and **emkak sn gti* =
the Pure 6Pol Law. They aW Squlbba'
chemicals, guarantee No. IS: a. S


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