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Volume 14, No. 1I.
R. D. FULLER,
Office Ozer Munroe & Chambliss'
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9. o10 and I .
Second Floor, Holder Block,
L F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercal uk
* Office Houre-4 to12 a. m.; lto6p. m
Charles D. Hulbert, M. D.
Office Second Floor The Muaroe and
Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala,
Telephones: Office, 222; Residence, 45
9-12 a. m., 2-4 p. m, 7:20-80 n m.
W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AN BUILDER
P.O. ft, a.
Undertakers and Embalmers
D. L MolVER ALFRED E. OWEN
Fine Caskets and Brial Robes
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
FALL AND WINTER
I HAVE MY FALL AND WINTENK
STOCK OF PIECE GOODS
An elegant, exclusive line and will be
leased to show you the goods and
make your fall or winter suit or trous-
ers. You don't have to wait. Pick out
your goods and the suit is made and
fitted at once and guaranteed as to
workmanship, fit and quality of goods.
I also have an elegant line of sam-
ples so that you are sure of finding
what you want Respectfully,
The Exclusive Tailor, Burnett Building
Fort King Avenue.
OCALA ICE AND PAClIG CO
MEFFERT A TAYLOR
i Ms. RUEK wnl nm
Killed Her Children and Herself.
Horrible Result of a White
Woman's Marriage to a
Chicago, Dec. 25.-Mrs. 0' A. Ahbag.
American wife of a wealthy Chinamlan
Iin Piano. IlL, cut the throat of her
three-year-old girl yesterday, gave
poison to her three sons, took a dose
I herself and then stood on the track
until a fast train ran her down, killing
her Instantly. The three boys Will
The woman had made an engage-
ment with her uncle. Hartwig Goett-
she, to meet her in Chicago and seek
a reconciliation with her father, Mr.
Julius Ehler, a wealthy retired busi-
I ness man, whom her marriage to the
! Chinaman had estranged.
SFeer that she was about to be de-
leapitated by Chinese friends of her
j husband is said by her attorney to
' Iave caused her crime. He said that
there was a precedent in China that
demanded the beheading of an un-
faithful wife. Mrs. Ahing denied vio-
lating her marriage vow.%, but said
certain Chinamen were slandering
The little -irl, Ila. three years of
age. was asleep when her mother cut
her throat. She died instantly. Mrs.
Ahing then went into another room,
where the boys. Crissey, twelve;
Walter, ten. and Herbert, five years
old, were sleeping. She told them
she was going to give them medicine
'and induced them to drink the poison.
The following note, written by the
woman, was found pinned to a dresser
"Thank God it is over. It was hor-
rible. I can't go on with the rest.
No one will lead by girlie the life of
misery I have led. I shall not depend
upon a poison. The way must be
WHOSE FAULT WASITT?
A Sensitive Boy, Goaded t^ Madnea
by His Schoolmates, Kiled His
Mother and Must Spend
His Life in PrieM
Toledo. Ohio, Dec. 25.-A jury last
night found young Don Harvey Hazel.
17 years of age, guilty of the murder
of his mother.
The circumstances surrounding the
crime are pe ltar in the extreme.
The lad's senstivenesa, gosded by the
Jests of his playmates, caused himp
first to absent himself from school,
playing truaQt for two weeks, after
which he returned home, was caught
in the act of robbing the house by his
mother, whom he then murdered to
hide the lesser crime. This occurred
January 11th of the present year. He
was apprehended later, found with
some of the jewelry which he Jhad
taken from home. and confessed.
Don is an attractive lad. rather
feminine in appearance, and this.
coupled with the fact that his sur-
name is Hazel. led the schoolboys to
call him by the latter name. Intimat-
ing the feminine application of the
title. He resented this deeply. One
day early in January his teacher In-
advertently called him by his sur-
name. and Don flew into a great pas-
sion and then fled from the school-
room to escape punishment. He stay-
ed away from school and home until
his money was gone. Then he re-
turned home and was caught in the
act of robbing the house by his moth-
er. She reproached him and he hit
her on the head with a hammer, kill-
ing her. Later he was caught by the
police and the trial followed. He will
serve a life term in the penitentiary.
M'CRACKEN'S TERRIBLE DEED
Emptied a Pistol Into His Wife and
Child, Causing the Latter's
Cameron. W. Va.. Dec. 25.-Dr. M.
C. McCracken. a dentist .,f this place.
yesterday shot his wife and fatally
wounded his two-year-old child. He
then turned the gun on himself, but it
failed to explode and Mrs. McCrack-
en succeed in taking it from him.
After the' shooting the mother picked
up the child and started for the home
of her grandfather. W. W. Kinkald.
about four squares away. The blood
was streaming from the wound in
her back and that In the child's head.
The baby died shortly after reaching
the Kinkaid home.
TAR AND CANCHALOGUA
For the complete cure of coughs,
colds, asthma and bronchitis and all
lung complaints tending to consump-
tion Liverwort rand Wild Cherry
have for agrmaintained an estab-
lished repuoUqn as a standard cough
remedy. I c.s1tain no opl'm or
harmful dfg. Cn be givwn with
safety to n. Price $1. Sold by
druggists. Wiliams' Manufacturing
Co., Props, Cleveland, 0. Sold by the
ROOMS FOR RENT
The rooms In the third floor cf the
Star building, fitted for nousekeeplag
are for rent. Apply to Mrs. S. Van
Hooed or the Star o.tee.
D'ABRUZZI'S BROTHf ASD SIL HE MAY WED.
Prince Victor Emmanuel Jean Marie, count of TrTa. the hea bd at the
atuity to whkh Misl Kathrine lfkbs' royal saltor belosa. He is tree
years the duke a senior and is now ported to be engaged to Pi m Patr-
eci of Connaught, for whose oand the young ki6 of PortIual Was a t ,ce .
LOSS OF THE LIPPIT T
Only One Man Survived of the Coww
from the 0heener
Newport News, Va., Dee. 1S.-News
of the loss off log Island Wednesday
of the three masted schooner Jesale
Lippitt, and the drowning of Captain
Robinson and five members of the
crew, was brought to Old Point Com-
fort yesterday by Andrew Josgena, te
sole survivor, who was picked up at
sea by the American steamedp C. T.
Ravenscraig. The Lippitt wae boded
up the coast from Jacksom Itle, Pa,
for New York with a cargo of laum-
IF YOU tKW "
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
months' treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St.
CONFIDENT OF ACQUITTAL
Hains Has Heard All the State's
Evidence Against Him
Flushing, N. Y., Dec. L.-With the
exception of one or two witnesses
who will be heard.on minor points,
the state's case against Thornton J.
Haing Is practically closed. The de-
fense will outline its case to the Jury
Saturday ofter the proseettion rests.
When the defendant returned to the
Long Island Jail last night he knew all
the vital evidence that the prosecu-
tion had obtained to prove its charge
that he was one of the principals In
the killing of William E. Annis. Be-
fore leaving the court room Hains de-
clared that he felt that his acquittal
was only a matter of days.
CHOICE LAKE WEIR FRUIT
Nothing is more acceptable than a
good box of Lake Weir fruit. We at-
tend to the shipment for you, and can
fill a limited number of -orders at the
following prices-all selected fruit:
Oranges, per box ...........$2.50
Grapefruit, per box ......... 3.605
% grapefruit and % oranges. 3.00
Mall your orders to WOODMAR
NURSERY CO., Eastlake, Fla.: or,
P. 0. Box 957. Ocala, Fla.
WHERE BULLETS FLEW
David Parker. of Fayette. N. T, a
veteran of the civil war. who lost a
foot at Gettysburg,,.ys: "The good
Electric Bitters vedone Is worth
more than five AuIre dollars to me.
I spent mucfmo-yldoetoring for" a
bad case of to echttrbe, to little
purpose. I t en Electric Bitters.
and they c I now take them
as a tonic, and they keep me strong
and well." SOc at all drug stores.
IP YOU MUsT DRINK
See Hogan and get a goo%, r:re dis-
DON'T BE HOPELESS
About yourself t rpyou are cripp
with rhem m r stImff joints- *of
course yon' tried lets of things and
they failed / TrBa -ar' o w U l -
ment- l iv'w ay all anCe,
pains and Ui ,4nd leave you as
well as Sol*.we. soN by the
OYSTERS AT ELK CAFE
Pall fry .................... 4ft
Half fry.................. 2Se
Milk Stew .................. he.
Plain stw ..... .. .. .......MR.
CATARRH CANNOT SE CUBED
WITH LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach the sent ft the to -
ease. Catarrh is a blood or einatt-
tional disease, and In order t.eWOM St
you mut take Internal rm msaftalta
Catarrh Cure is taken lnterawabl, at-
acts directly em the blood and momand
surace.. Hlairs Catarrh c to -Nt
a quack medicine. It Was prsaeuiben
by one of the beat phraiamas In f
eoumtry for years ad I sa egaul
precrlptlon. It Ie cimpoeym dc the
best tonics known, coIMaied wIththe
best blood puriflers, aettig directly e0
the mucous eurftaee. The parIrf
combination of the two Instedienta Is
what produce such womdeiri relBt
In' ems mh M4w tmMAe
r. J. Chemwey & Co, rom Tole, o0.
told by druggists, pArte Le.-
Haiws Fnumily Pilt fom ceastioan.
CASTRO HAS RESIGNED
"ye He WHI o"ve People of Ye-
Zuens N.me e TTidem .
Berlin, Dee. S.-President Cipriano
Castro of Venezuela gave an Inter-
view to the representative of the As-
sociated Press yesterday in which he
virtually abandoned the presidency of
FLAT FOR RENT
The third floor fat of vhing room
over the Star oftce is for rent. Ap-
ply at Star office or to Mrs. Van
A PERSONAL APPEAL
It we could talk to you persommally
about the great tlyiUW Fole's Homey
and Tar, for colds and 1=g
trouble, you nbre d e iWnduced to
experiment il wn prepara-
tions that may tain some harmful
drugs. FIley's Honey snd Tar coots
you no more and has a record of forty
years of cures. Sold by all druggists.
But if you do, see Hogan and get the
best that money can buy. If Vt'W a
good drink, we have Itt
TAX BOOKS WILL CLOSE JAN. 1
The city tax books will clos ea
January 1st, 1909. All property owners
in the city will be governed accord-
Ingly. W. W. CLTATT,
Oeala, Fla. City Tax Collector.
A HEARTY APPETITE
Is what most babes bam but Ist of no
benefit to the lf have worm. I
Be sure you baby *a n.. troul
with them. / re iseot-Awa
hnng, ric Sm0ner a eyes. nott
gaining I wet a om-a
plexion. Atew on- Whit a Cream
Vermilfu ge an worm. ft
a Poettlve re ad maMttse. Price X
cents per battle. 8o the ASO*
'Monopoly Dnr rtore.
ELECTRIC S -IMo iRM.e
one Ot the gremateet summ
about the house in owate eteR Ammw-
Ican Electric Smootn hM-h Bet-
ed Is a minute, an ow owesraiwm
never soiled or amd Get ( r w f
mother or sister oee ot them. T"
to Aow them to 0 ,w,
HAD A CLOWE CALL
mra. Ada Cram, the wMOtW
Vamwit-;. KM so.. *... taNr
Scheaama W ft 111
stme awte WOOUm~'p
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that -ammhe abe#.m
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BREWING COMPANY EATEN
in Itn Attempt Oe Waoe the *P -
ties Law o f erga Sat Asid&
Atlanta, Dec. *- W. T. New-
man in the United States eout ea-
terday signed a decree diAmmi ath*
1.utt of -the Cnritusta aISak; 9
ing emhany of Cteimpat. antd a- the
Sherit Neea san othe estate ofialt.
at Pousm comoy tI wbisk lulmethe
was soaut'hto ploewd ObuB l
fmeing the State pilebhlMid awm,
Thus is temnninatad the htrteAa
attack that haa et he omade aahatl
the probAtiem la w.
A artor ''Am I 2 hlf
,ft WO. A. ea
win ow" ow-M
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LOAPR LEWJtN VKL -
law bi.. ~p ~ 4
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Who'"*om.aehdas~te Iw labs
inut of do O*b~i~~k -
1mague ezpoulvefto og oth
sympathy to isastG.Yi
Presidet m$"M & ef adsoo."rag
rise.at the Azrua fgf f-
ftat, but mill appeal tow eae-geow
Judw e h ftmb-
New Tel% DO&.1LOm2m
an the iimaea ht eoby ot
Wright assainsttheoffloaqe mtll
Amnewrian MAmoft l t AboS 1
the do tONSK and aWSago~
of thrneal f sthemfirtmes
~aj dedafttdim theA~.4o~
ofJudip; Wright Wouldbe luuqlift A he
Wo reOview ba bhw tdbmr1-'Asa
tabt'b he had a mt bd beer -tW -Ohs
the -o1d sand irvithm bor" ifJ. &Pt~
tice Wrightbolds.eatwthatm s chUPf
tempt at cour ant emphs go pigot
eithrbf y staftuter JmOkW doererg.
HMR HEARTWAS UBOKEM'a.
Bemause' L. r-b" 5
ladies:& am 0 cowi it tw J!
wil bepto pa .sdtoa "by,
Sodby tMe hAMil
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OCALA EVENMGSTAX. ATUAV ftuY, ~~
C. L BITTINGER A CO.
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll
Proprietors and Publishers.
C. L BITTINGER,
Editor and Goneral Manager
R. R. CARROLL,
Cily Editor and Business Manager
CHRISTMAS DAY IN OCALA
O'hristnis day was unusually well
,,h". rvld in Ocala. The only business
i.'L ses ltgied for the day outside of
il, ijoteffic- and banks, were the H.
it Ma.t' r- ("',. and the Marion Hard-
:xarr' 'o The- other m.-rchants re-
maitil'i open until non, when they
,Ie n.d and went home- to dinner.
Whtil. there wore a good many peo-
;,l 'in the streets and doing consid-
* able trading. in the main, the day
wax quit. A groat many visitors and
frif'nd4 were in town. the glests of
otihr friends and the social board
grman-d under the toothsome edibles
dispeinsed on that day and all enjoyed
r~gal repasts and good cheer and
goIwl <-omrnadhip prevailed in many
home.T to brighten the happy hours as
iey sped along to the shadows of the
All in all it was a very pleasant
day. though in the afternoon dust
tlpvw in clouds and made It very dis-
aK- eeab)le for persons down town.
ai ly in the month the merchants
wre dlisqpoome'd to take a pessimistic
view of trade< prospects for the holl-
days hased on the fact of unremun-
urmm.er months and Indifferent prices
for lIimbr as well as a general re-
iluction of wages in the phosphate
mines, as well as other Industries in
the country, but the fair week and
the week Iprec'eding Christmas .trade
h,-gcar to pcltk up and customers kept
.,eun4ng and this cheerful state of
, i i1.i"ret t>iitinued until Thursday
miorninig, when the crowd was so aug-
im-nt-d that at time the sidewalk on
the south zidt- of the square was con-
j-s'tel and most of the merchants had
their hands full to take care of their
4.ustom.rs and when the grand rush
\\oumIl up at sundown and the stores
;.lohedl late that night it was the
ge-ne'ratl consensus of opinion that the
4'Christmas trade of the town was as
good as it has averaged for the past
tein years. Several of our merchants,
those who were the most persistent
.4,lvertiners, say that it was the best
S-a.0on'.s trade they ever did. The
,n.t rehatits all wear a cheerful smile
ndl feel that they have not labored in
vain. The hunting up of the old
stockings in which the holiday money
%vas stowed away for the past year,
coming to the light and the fact that
*>calia merchants had the goods, cer-
tainly brought the returns.
NOT AN AUSPICIOUS BEGINNING
A young colored man from Martel
got into trouble Thursday by Imbib-
ing too much fire water. Result, he
got into the Jug. When he revived
enough to realize his unpleasant and
restrained position, he began a wall
about his dear wife. He kept up the
.%ad and heartrending wall tor fully an
hour, and the marshal knew there
was something unusual in the plaint-
ive wail. Shortly after a colored wo-
man accosted the marshal to ascer-
tain If he had seen her "man," for
whom she had been searching in
vain. He informed her there was a
gentleman of color in the cooler, but
could not say whether or not It was
her "man." She begged permission
to interview him and sure enough It
was the person sought, but her arrival
at the jail only intensified the walls
of the maudlin Individual on the In-
side. She inquired the price of his
freedom. It was given. She said she
had the amount and demanded his
immediate release. The marshal said
he was in no condition to be turned
out. "Oh. I'll take care of him," she
replied. "But how can you." the of-
tie-r asked. "Why." said the woman.
"I'll get the wagon and haul him off."
"Very well." replied the marshal, "if
,<)u %ill do that you can have him."
She got the team and the marshal
had the man placed in the wagon and
the woman struck a bee line for Mar-
t*l. It developed as she drove off,
that the couple had been married that
morning and came to Ocala to enjoy
t heir honeymoon.
THE FIRES CHRISTMA8 DAY
An alarm of fine was turned in at
4: :;i o'clock Christmas morning and
the fire was discovered at the turpen-
tine retort works. It seems a burning
balloon that had been sent up fell on
a tple of rosin and set it on fire. The
tire' department quickly responded and
the fire wtas extinguished with the
< hemial engine. The loss was esti-
irated at about $60.
Another alarm was mounded last
,evening about 9 o'clock. The party
turning it in made a mistake, as
there was no fire in that section, the
fourth ward. but the alarm was
,-aused by the burning of a large
brush pile east of town, the brush
having been carted there from the
trimming of the trees on our streets.
The sky was lurid with light for a
half hour and excited must apprehen-
Pion by those who saw the reflection.
The sunday school children of the
Christian church had a very delight-
ful time Thursday afternoon with a
C'hristmas tree. The school had a
fine literary program and one of the
pleasing pictures of the occasion was
the rendering in pantomime of the
sacred song "Nearer*My God to Thee"
by Misses Cappleman, Beckham, Dame
and Wetherbee. Every child in the
school had a part in the excellent
program and the pleasures of the aft-
*.-rpen will long be remembered.
AT GRACE CHURCH
The Christmas services at Grace
Episcopal church were well attended
and Rector Harrison preached an
earnest and forceful sermon on the
birth of Christ and its significance to
the world.. It was an appeal for all
men to turn to him and his teachings
and live the true and only happy life.
The church was beautifully dec-
orated and presented a lovely appear-
ance. The new organ was used for
the first time and Miss Wartmann.
the organist.. manipulated the keys
most effectively and delightfully.
The organ is without a doubt the fin-
est toned Instrument In the city and
the rich notes as they rose and fell
under the artistic touch of the organ-
Ist produced a most pleasing and Im-
The members of the choir wore
their gowns and caps and as they
marched from the vestry room to
their places in the chancel, to the
notes of the Instrument, presented a
very pretty and pleasing picture. The
members of Grace church are de-
lighted with the new organ and very
proud of it.
THE PIANO VOTE
Candidate Number of Votes
Miss Vivian Dame ........... .1C7,804
Miss Ethel Haycraft ........163,600
Mrs. Hardy Croom ........... 9.938
Miss Laura Norwood ........ 24,006
Miss Edna Culverhouse ....... 23.500
Miss Genevieve Smith ........ 20,929
Miss Erin Yonge ............. 7,331
Miss Carrie Odom ............ 3,400
Miss Elsie Fisher ............ 2,516
Miss Annie Laurie Perry ..... 1,865
Miss Eloise Smoak ........... 1.304
Miss Rita Knight ............. 1.170
Miss Mattle Pyles ............ 1,150
Miss Marlowe ................ 1,145
Mrs. Alice Cline .............. 1,235
Miss Clifford Pyles ........... 1,035
Miss Clara Johnson ........... 1,020
Miss Tommie Standley ....... 1.000
Miss Ethel Edna Smith ...... 1,000
Miss Fannie Mae Sage ........ 1,000
Miss Edna Dozier ............ 1,000
Miss Eloise Miller ............ 1.000
Miss Mary Philips ........... 1,000
Miss Lillian Thagard ........ 1.000
Miss Margaret Walters ...... 1.000
Out of Town
May Bell Rutland. Rutland 1
Mary Gale. Belleview ... 1
J. W. Davis, Summerfield. 1
W. H. Bickley. Weirsdale
May Redditt. Citra ...... 1
Mabel McLain. Candler ..
TIllie Pasteur. Stanton ..
Dora Morrison, Gaiter ..
F. E. Smoak. Flemington
Mamie Thomas, McIntosh
Nannie Perry. Pedro ....
Louise Trimble. Dunnellon
Ruby Waits. Orange Lake
Mary Be.ville, Bushne'll ..
We can fllU at once a limited num-
ber of orders for copies of the set of
ten handsome photographs of the
Marion County Fair: Exhibits. Stock,
Grounds, Grandstand, Racers. Inter-
ior Views, Agricultural Exhibit, Ma-
chinery Exhibits. Woman's Work, Ne-
gro Department, etc. etc.
Orders filled in order booked.
The Florida Fruit and Truck Grow-
er. Ocala. Fla., L. J. Brumby. Editor
**n r-i.. a ra .a .n am .& E
information concerning their where-
abouts will' be appreciated by the
owner and a reasonable reward for
their return. H. D. Grantham, Sparr,
Veteran J. Q. Bishop of Flemington,
was hl town Thursday seeing the
merchants and registered for the
Star. He is seventy-six years old,
but doesn't look a day, over fifty.
IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE
About the size of your shoes, it's some
satisfaction to know that many people
can wear shoes a size smaller by
sprinkling Allen's Foot Dase Into them.
Just the thing for dancing parties,
patent leather shoes and for breaking
in new shoes. When rubbers or over-
shoes become necesasry and your shoe
pinched, Allen's Foot Ease gives in-
stant relief. Sold everywhere, 26
cents. Sample free. Address. Allen
S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. T. Don't ac-
cept any substitute.
hed Croa CHRISTMAS STAMPS
at the Postof oo Drugetor. 12-14
We are beadquarers tor all good
things to drink and a-t. Good service
and prompt attention ogan Is the
Hoarse coughs a f cold* that
may develop I o umonla over
night are que by FoPley'
Honey and Tan soothes inflamed
membranes, he lungs, and ex-
pels the cold from the system. Sold
by all druggists.
T. D. Bryan, former bookkeeper.
for Melver & MacKay, but now In the
turpentine business near Plant City.
passed through Ocala today for Grove
Park to Join his family for the holi-
One pouna of paper and two pecks
ef envelopes, very best grade, for 6
cents at Tydings & Co.
Call In ana see the pretty line of
fancy imported China that we are
displaying. The Anti-Monopoly Drug
The S. A. L. yard engine and crew
while switching cars In the yard this
morning, ran into and knocked two
box cars from the track. The cars
temporarily obstructed th, main line,
but were finally cleared away.
More people are taking Foley's Kid-
ney Remedy every year. It Is consid-
ered to be t mst effective remedy
for kidney d bladder troubles that
medical sc devise. Foley's
Kidney Ret rregularitles,
builds up out tissues and re-
stores lost lty. It will make you
feel well and look well.t ld by all
Red Cross CHRISTMAS STAMPS
at the Postoffice Drugstore. 12-14
When in Ocala don' forget Hogan's
place. We will do all In our power
to make it pleasant for you. Bcan,
the whisky man.
Nearly everybo ows DeWItt's
Little Early Ris the best pils
made. They arN sawl, pleasant, sere
Little Liver pl Sold by Anti-
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, as you go in. He keeps all
kinds of fresh meats, choice beeft,
CHRISTMAS EXERCISES BOSTON LADIES QUARTET
AT THE SAPTIST CHURCH
Will be at the Armery Thoear e
The Baptist Sunday school Christ- Thursday Evoning
mas tree and exercises Thursday night The quartet received encore after
drew a crowded house. The tree was The quartet received encore aft
not only large and well laden kith entire at both afternoon .and evening
gifts, but beautifully resplendent with se..ions of the chautauqua and every
gold and silver trimmings and electric number pleased-Southwestern Amer-
lights that added a charm to this de- itan. Fort Smith, Ark.
lightful affair. Of course a full house greetedd the
ll l ton ladies. Their music was fas-
Th- occasion wa.i one of the true cinating, clarming and perftct. In
Chrlqtmas giving spirit and all of the speaking of the quartet, Bob Taylor
Sunday school class- except the in- had this to say: "I have heard many
fant class participated in this com- quartets, but this itx the best one I
mendable act. The benieficlaries were ,ver heard." -Tishomingo (0kl.)
the county ioor farm, the Marion c.wgs.
F'arms Hnspital. thie county jail. the
Marion county Hospital, *he Baptist tar had a l t ca this
orphanag at A i te a The Star had a pleasant call this
orphanage at Aradia a the taged morning from Messrs. H. D. and John
minlater.s of the Baptist church.
iTh following persons will (.ost Grantham. two young farmers from
T he flowing prsns will consti Sparr. who had the misfortune to
tute the committee to make the dis- e
tribution: Messrs. Isaac Stevwn. J.
T. Lancater. W T. Gary. Dr. E. Van strayed. The ad. appears in the Star.
Hood and Col. J. H Livingston.
First on the program was a song. The Sunday school children of the
Then a five minute's talk by Rev. C. Episcpal church enjoyed their Christ-
(' Carrell. pdAtor of the church, on mas tree this morning, making happy
tin "Story of the Christ Child." and the hearts of the young people.
done as he always does, splendidly.
Then came the distribution of or- Mr. Bright, of Jacksonville. spent
anges. apples, etc.. to the infant de- Christmas with his family at the
apartment, followed by the sugar con- Montezuma. He will return to Jack-
tributed by Mrs. Camp'e class; dolls sonville Sunday night accompanied
by Mrs. Durand's claim; dolls and or- by his wife and children and they will
anges by Mrs. Jordan's and Miss Bul- make Jacksonville their future home,
lock's class; tablecloths and napkins Mr. Bright having embarked in bust-
by the Baraca class and other cash ness at that place.
crntributimao amounting to $20; Mrs.
Van Hood'a class contributed sheets Mr. J. H. McCredie, of Fitzgerald,
and pillow -cases. The class taught Ga., is in the city. visiting his mother
by Mr. Will Gary contributed towels and sisters. Mr. McCredie is in the
for hospitaL employ of the Atlantic & Birmingham
Then came Santa Claus in the per- railroad. He said 'the new road was
son of Mr. J. W. Akin, and he dis- doing a good business and Fitzgerald
Liblit4d the gifts from the Christmas was mproving rapidly, He paid the
tte,. Star office a pleasant visit and auto-
A pleasing feature of the gathering graphed for the paper. -.
was the appearance of about twenty
girls dressed in orange colored paper. Mr. B. W. McDonald, of Jackson-
who looked lovely as they flitted here ville, with his family is in the city for
and there distributing the fruit a few days visiting relatives. Mr.
The Philathea girls were dressed in Mac. is a former Ocala citizen and
white and wore a crown, with a star we are pleased to learn that he is
and the name of the class, and won doing wel' in the metropolis of the
the admiration of all who saw them. t-tate.
All hearts beat with pleasant emo-
tions when Mrs. Standley and Rev. LOST-Strayed or Stolen-Two
Carroll were presented with elegant stallion colts, the largest about 21
copies of the Bible. The occasion months' old; color, bay roan. with
was a most delightful one and every small white spot In forehead. The
face indicated that those present felt smallest about one and a half years
happy at the thought that in each old; light cream with black mane and
mind and heart there dwelt the true tail and one hind foot white. Were
Christmas spirit, last seen the 21st of November near
Mr J D Hobhkirk's ast of Citra_ Any
t EDWIN A. NY
Sm ETTT (UiT Mm f A,
Item--A ila o wm l. -
beg a dowdy black drews. with a te
terly appeartg old bat tipped W a
xlrewd ey and a cafRning fa.
That to a pern picture of fletty Oren.. 9
owner of many millkm, is she i ts
at her private de&tIn the big bank she
OW IsR Kew Tork city.
SMace the daS of Ruell Sage thi
woem h mr. ready cusb to tN eN"
thbt ay other peun to Gotham.
WhAb tax w com la slowly and the
cty .stladtkes -sed a mley to meet
the heavy expem t0ey so to Be"'y -
Greem fr w t-4" py doo lveat
for the short loan, ou mayr be ure.
For mmay year Hetty Gre Ud M e
to a cheap ftt t I boketJ., t a os
th river hm ihaattan, a"d pid
thafdor a lotal of $1 per mouth.
New Tor* aqed uh, e gA@ up A Cal
b- Satet mad meted *tn hMg i lbe%&V
Ftnaa hoteL It did not iwaft&
tboogh Hetty could have bought t
h6tel sad never amined the money. m
She weat back to Jioboken ad titeal
to remt the old fstbt t ha b- o1
a Sed. & he is 9til looktn for -
In that nelghborhoo& J il
To se, rent. are cheaper m
CIs cheaper in, 1oboken. AA1 tb. 6 !1,j
gaspihw old woman plncas th le AO
els elkower tha you o L :
8be Ivres-only to pile up extm' del-
So far as known. Hetty Grem never w .
gare away a dollar. It weld be dff-
fult to make her believe in the bead-
tade. "It Is more bleed to give* than
Therefore It Is almost paua to
Inqaire whether. with all her domrMa,
she bo happy.
at i to say, tthe mar. yo drink
either te more. Doll w an
And s thias cer maIn peeile of a
man, at a time wh8 maleught to be
dandang ha g.agemdc .ea oth ler lkee,
sits lon but drs n the beantk. af
to dlffertit vaba
SWealth itself Is law lt water..L
That W to my. the mo you drink .
either the moe you wa a nt
Andd oq this monw mad little wo..
man. at a time when. abe ought, to be
mt long be= in them baL. M
the bank which* be catro 9hb b= "
mny imnOm meMd t real eat "
he'd an ha twelef dthef0ate ra e
ownded by a twelv damar a waok That
dewkt mad gmo n B *aing St gal- P *a
A ha- t?
Jp -- *- ^.. ^ .< -, ...
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A~~~. "" *'* -,
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kpwm- b..AFr A .
taMw OkK& ww be'-&
at Zmb~ mb.-7-77~
wALUM AS 'An iRcL L .
This heart to heart talk wil be ahet
Athe I walkiag a an g i
anad th why.
Tou knw phySicam recommamid thO
as the bet aB around mceb IkmNew
Xlta put the maft te plait speeb
and print ot the mnai word ti eapl '
in the ast lae. whebm you -"a
you BAR T=E TUMPURATU ,
OF TOUR BOD. It tIs e pu1ttle a
let ci eeal the Stowe and eamlag
th draft. Thews a oage d40a1
Watq Is being carried ofe ad yeo
amis8 A ad nereIs t sassed autdr-
meut whom temaI the Is ramed
BeMdes, you BRIATHW MOax
DUPY wmha' you walk. And 'that
puts more- exam In yor blood, an
zyge Is IMr.
And theme' the skIn. Mlnm et
parte- titl aewers-are opened up,
Persplrmtio carries et waste, waste
which f t stayed la your blood wou
And your DIolG TION-wala as
that process and puts an edgse am yw
appetite. And good dlmatl walt one
But that is ot all.
There's yw dspram. That tul
thing is a sort of movable state piat-
form between the chest and the a*4l
mm It s raised or towered by the
couatandkm or swellingtf tthe iWauj
When thel har amlled thedlpa .. -
goes down and prIm upa th liver
stomach and spleen.
This movement of the diaphraMa up
and down. empeetaly down. to like a
manage 0a the liver, stomach and a
splees. The mame. helps to keep
thoe organs t good or"ir, esp.etafty
the liver. He who waiks reulary
and nyte tlealSy will bave na lver
Nothing Is here said about the MWl-
TAL 6bilrzl'-'S-tim exhlaratitm that
comes from being In the open, the joy
that come In knowing that yourwhte
oganism ti la good working rd
and the reetioa of .the mind ea the
I)Do y"u t Bpcdaly that about
It paystowalke.purelyamala eml
exrse, to my satdkig thei mjy-
mat. It "pay W&.
He who eeta t l yoer edy did
not ited you t rids HIe gaNM pY
Every cae of backaneb, weak baek,
bladder int-mmPt 4and rhematle
pains I Ganger i neectd. for
such troubles f ry always due
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Next to A. E. Burnett : : :
: : Ocala, Florida.
44444 4 4 & 4 & 4 : 3$ & 444 e44+44. -."wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwywwvyw
Marlon Realty Co.
BULLETIN NO. 24.
NO. 20K.-The above price Is asked for one of the beat Investments
ever offered. 100 acres best farm land. 30 acres now in cultivation and 50
acres in woodland. New Ameriean Field Fence around place, also one small
two-room cottage and a big two-story barn. Four hundred fruit trees on
place, including oranges, grapefruit,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 place s three miles from Martel on hard
road, seven miles from Ocala. Mail delivered to your door every day by
Star Route R. P. D. Easy terms.
NO. 15A.-Five room house half mile from Citra. with a two-acre or-
chard and good V'Ire 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.
Marion Realty Co.
ASHER FRANK Manager
WE REFER TO THAT HANDSOME LINE Of
which has been on the road for
and which has just come in.
you all to come at once and make your
election of the handsomest line of
Silver Tea Sets, Butter Dishes, Water Sets,
Chocolate Sets. Baking Dishes, Syrup Cups, Etc.
As the time is so short, we will give special prices on these
F. G. B.
TIE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
J South Side Square, Ocala. Florida
Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida
An m dene stock I rdtaM Wams, jgles, Car
Md Carae carried d a l ues.
armes, Sai, La bes, Whims, m an Itnems
cared by a first-easn hse oafUs lb mb bo Uis r qm-
Onies rm .be cries, always sld at be wry
We cm save y- Meyn N ywar priwes, e k y
OCALA EVeNIN lTAR,
MTUR~Y~, S~S II. 'UU~
WANTED TO PULL. A -
HIS WHISICMU R
Attack of a Lunatic on the 'P reidsRt e,.a i . ..
of FrancL O. P. ,=se. te. R+,MX
Paria. Dec. 26.-Wble Armad L tM i R m- .I It
Falliere, president of France, ac- always a b .
companied by his secretary and a P. e -"
military attache, was taking a stroll I M. JtI%,8 efet. o
yesterday, a poorly clad individual
who evidently had been waiting, sud-
denly jumped upon Fallieres neck Into k L
an effort to seize his beard. Attend-
ants sprang to the president's as-
sistance, dragged off his assailant and ofNa .s of eamie ofatI
turned him over to the police. The DeOlmlsa Lted f 1a
president's cane was broken, but be- s -v A s- t i fte-
yond a scratch on his ear he was not testive Qu d 4o E1 .
When handcuffed the man said, "I Se.msk held the second aad fourth
am unarmed. I simply wanted to pull Tuesday evenings of each mueth. Vi-
the president's beard." Iting brothers cordially ltived
Stephen Jewtt. Zxled Ruer.
A HEALTHY FAMILY Da a Wllias. SeetaM'y.
To reduce my sdck od MiolMery, wMch i tIe large tr
my mew sktre. I w eBa di ago ds, a Jnmary st, at
greatreductlms. The stk b te very laestl b e
Maery He add Is very had -smed eumplk, embr I gI
ImPrt_ as imac- Tr-mme nd IMrimmed '.
mbS., TriMmig, Flums, Tips, IW Fbers, Velgs,
CMmress lead Wear, Ek. Come I early dl make
yer iedLs. Thi I a rare wplrlity ft secre
some mt aprrakl Christas presemIs r members
S e aly. .
Masonry is an institution for all
seasons, winter and summer, when
"spring unlocks the flowers, to
paint the laughing soil," and when
voluptuous autumn's beauties are
unconfined, on sea or land, where-
soever man exists, its field extends.
Masonry is pot a myth or creature
of the imagination. It is emphat-
ically a real institution, practical in
all its intents and purposes, its
teachings and principles. It is
never too hot. never too cold for
the performance of its kindly bene-
factions. It is not the same society
it was in ritual and ceremony any
more than the world is the same in
manners and customs, than it was.
when Anthony Sayers presided
over the first Grand Lodge of Eng-
land. but its teachings, its funda-
mental principles, are precisely the
same. No advancement in educa-
tion. no change in language, no re-
finement of expression, no expan-
sion of thought, no enlargement of
ideas, no increase of intelligence, no
broadening of the mind can alter.
add to. or take from those princi-
ples. They are infinite, because
they are God-given. Every lesson
of Masonry is taken from God's
Holy Word. This is reiterated so
often, and recognized as a reality
Next regular mmonthl meting wa
be held Friday evening, Jan. 8th at
7:30 o'clock in Tangos HalL Vitnm
sovereigns are alw wele.ome.
C. W. Martin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
"Our whole family has enjoyed good
health since we began Dr. King's
New Life Pills, trs ago" ay
LI A. Bartlet, uwBnral Route 1, Gull-
ford Maine. 'They.cseanse and tone
the system In a e way that does
you good. 25c.rall 4rug stores.
DRUBBED BY THE DARKEY
Tom Burns Had the Werst End of the
Fight with Jeohson
Sydney, Australia, Dec. 2C.-John-
son the negro, won the fight with
Tommy Burns in the fourteenth
round. The people stopped the fight
Just as the knockout blow was struk.
The result of the fight makes John-
son the heavyweight champion of the
THE URRECT TIME
To stop a cough or cold is Jurt as on
as it starts-then there will be no
daLer of pneumonia or consumpUon.
Just a few jdIp of Ballard's Hore-I
hound Syr" e at the start will
stop the c0aug. It has been running
on for so' r treatment will be
longer, b cure is sure. Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
MADE A BAD MATTER WORSE
A Georgia Father Suicided Because he
Could Not Buy Toys for His
Quitman, Ga., Dec. 26.-Because he
didn't have money to provide Ithe
usual toys for his children, C. IL
Easters. a farmer living near here,
committed suicide. He walked a short
distance from his home, fitted a gun
over a forked stick, pressed the muz-
zle against his breast and pushed the
trigger with a stick. At the gun's
sound, his wife and several small
children rushed to the scene and
found the husband and father dead.
so universally that it fails to make In the discharge of my duty as city
an impression upon us. It is the marshal and pursuant to orders fro
unchangeablecharacter of the basicthe mayor and city council. I have
unchangeable character of the bas killed a number of apparently worth-
doctrines of the institution that less dogs, running at large on the
makes it permanent and so univer- streets of the city. without either Ii-
sall- revered. Masonrv knows no cense or muzzle. I have also caught
and sent home to the owners a great
north, no south, no east. no west, number of dogs that In my estl-
no season of the year, no rich es- mation were of sufficient value to
tate, or poverty-stricken being, no save. In a number of cases these
heat. no cold. no condition of in- same dogs have been Immediately re-
leased and have had to be caught
telligence or ignorance, no power, again. I wish to place the public on
no weakness, no circumstances of notice that I am going to stop this. I
man's existence that its kindly of- am willing to save any man's dog. if
fices do not minister to. It is the I think he values It. but I am not ill-
S adap l i o ing to be Imposed on. In preserving
most adaptable institution known the life of any dog found loose on the
to man. In short, it is the brother- streets without muscle cr license. I
hooxxl of man.-Bro. Win. J. Dun-
You should always remember that
most cough and cold cures are con-
stipating. Yet the most Important
thing to do when you have a cold is
to move th ~WeWa, You cannot
promptly ceti- a cold until you do
this. Kefnedy' Laxative Cough
Syrup stopthe ugh by allaying In-
flammation t hhe tjt and lungs.
and it drives the cold from the sys-
tem by gently moving the bowels.
Children like it for it tastes nearly
as good as maple sugar. Sold by the
Notice is hereby given to all mem-
bers of the P. E. & C. V. ofIA. of Ma-
am performing an act of aindnes" and
xoing outside of my official duttes, as
the law has said they must be Jdiled.
Please take notice and be governed
accordingly, if you value your dogs.
W. C. Bull. City Marshal.
Oatla. Fla.. Dec. 2. 19I .
FIRE WOOD-FIRE WOOD
'We have a large supply of re wsooi
both pine and oak, fireplaes and stove
lengths. Good seasoned wood.
A BIG LOAD FOR A DOLLAR
delivered, cash. Call at 'actoy or
'PHONE 170-Geo. GILES A CO.
PILES! PILES! PILES
Willamni' Indian Pie Olutment we
cure blind, bleeding and Itching pesa
It absorbs the tunmot allay the tMeh-
in_ at JaBc- ac*J~ &9C^' oU-tke- MVtfl
Th TheO-i m
whe fa.hs91-M ~
ILE- 72ka --A ih At
-DOMaof 00ta am
bheck. Thef.0 Ardi ~U
thek Johe Br C M b tft
In the Worli.TMe- 7
tho"s city blater m mtin
the VCityIng C.0in WE h
u O Wbo resiplOegi V" s7 W
WMl be e~tigibifto audits, 4the b. It~nB
young lady .o MMM#ei lady s*-~ .
voea. A"d Mmnt be mat
Uff g two SW Pto um Ur mON
foramng at Eam
dvhl o c, new M~sofws. A*
vebw etc6., ebL Awmy mA
-no re. The toalie i r 9
j4.tno am cm bl i lta 'et ew
Anal comit, or .,Ueina
thoughall vo usom e.
can dm. Th alei m
&05,QUOft OW7 at .
.50,, ~meonth. 0
&.00, owO yearssu
10.0, two yeslynb ms
(Noetsmain"s-m ees*0 m fIF-&ahr
s 26.4 Pin" 'Iearly uurft em .
$0.00Ten YearlySbewpr .......
100.00Twenty Yearly pattma......
celve an additonal 1000 Votm.
same number of votes that M.-h
same as renewal.
FOR PRINTING OR
100 vto wl flbe lg a wo
otmce tr r m it r
back amcomuit .
The Cotest will be eotdCuted iatty sfd e-
ing the greatest nahmber e vots. a the aw "
Plane. No votes WIN h .oe at. .tf ,AM ir1
schedule. No emhy or afMt" of, at"l
or in mway pawdp-in toteotr .
Swill com the vtea at rII' rtUM% I 1.
vot e *et lan d9. -,
by theow "be ON
This contest to eiorim" a ae im
by e Star and n foreign' e-y has -
Star simply buys the ?inaoe a- ltee
* The ont~ will arni
cm february ii~iwe~N
.4.- 1 .
No. 19 100 in the
) temple on the ft
and third Thursday iveanlm m eotab
houth. Visittag brothers co rdisf
invited. W. D. Graham, W. M. '
Jake Brown. Secretary.
Conventions held every Mm-M
day evening in Castle Hal, over er-
ser's store. A cordial wele mnse t vw-
Ittng knLghts. H. M. Haaptse.C.C.
Chas. . Sage. of R. and 8.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OP A.
Concordia Lodge N. lUL. Prateral
Union of America, meets fourth Wed-
nesday of every month, 7:3 p. m.. at
Yonge's Hall. R. Toege. P. M.
Chaa K. Sage, ekrentary.
go *I ninl of WOT-
AJatrally makes the shrink bro t
delealto questlomea, the obmhouur a.
mmUM, which sme phyIelaaceMnder
m tla in ti al.imeSMt of d ms of
woom Yet, if help ea be B- Iis
better to summit to this oWeal tla ite
li that s ofuem tho wmman u.nergoe a
he and shame fr S tt
T e smen wbo blave f bmoa
feale weakened D It aav herit st
almost always cue It tic uim
befiu printed o its lb e-wrapper; B
tains no deletee a or hMtr*feaing
drug, and every natirve .asirMal oot
entering into Its empofltlni a othe. A
enionmeaMt o( thorm moaetimnt tithe
several schools of medical practle. Ses
of these numerous and stroageatof p
sesoonal endorsements of &fts ls dAea1
will be found n a pamphlet wrapped
around tIhe MoU also ina booklet iadu
free on request, by Dr. i. V. Ple, of.
Buffalo, N. Y. Thed. pr aemroma in-
dorsements should have fotr m weight
than any aaunt o the ordary lay,
noa-fmproedornal tea ofimoae.
The most intelligent women noweday
slt oea knowing what they take e med-
leine oistead of opening their moethisike
a lot of yomng birds and galping daw
whatever is offered them. *Farvwrto P
scripMtom" is of KXOWX otoL It
makes weak women. strong and lsck
mailing Snd to d. l V. Pin
Bufalo, N. Y. 21 omeaet stauM oar
NcOr-tvered D or Otahe aElrc l
If siek coiOfU the Doctor, (e. of chaqe
by letter. Al such o manfeftba ar
Dr. Pierees PleasMat PAiews I tgorat
Od regulate sTOaDOC O Ner anid borW
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS
- - - - - - - - - - - -
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, ECE R
Treating The Wrong Disease
v Many times women call on their family physicians, suffering, as they
imagine, one from dyspepsia, another from heart disease, another from
liver or kidney disease, another from nervous prostration, another with
pain here and there, and in this way they present alike to themselves
and their easy- going or over-busy doctor, separate diseases, for which
he, assuming t em to be such, prescribes his pills and potions. In
reality they are all only symptoms caused by some weakness or derange-
ment of the organs distinctly feminine. The physician, ignorant of the
cause of suffering, keeps up his treatment until large bills are made.
The suffering patient gets no better by reason of the wrong treat-
ment, but probably worse. A proper medicine like Dr. Pierce's Fa-
vorite Prescription, directed to the cause would have entirely removed the disease, thereby
dispelling all those distressing symptoms, and instituting comfort instead of prolonged
misery. It has been well said, that "a disease known is half cured."
Dr. Plerce's Favorite Prescription is a scientific medicine, carefully devised by
an experienced and skillful physician, and adapted to woman's delicate system.
It Is made of native Americane madicial roots without the use of alcohol
and is perfectly harmless nl its affects In any condition of the female system.
As a powerful, invigorating tonic "Fa-
vorite Prescription" imparts strength to
the whole system and to the organs dis-
tinctly feminine in particular. For over-
worked,"worn-out," "run-down," debilitated
teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seam-
stresses, "shop-girls," house-keepers, nurs-
ing mothers, and feeble women generally,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the
greatest earthly boon, being unequaled
as an appetizing cordial and restorative
As a soothing and strengthening nerv-
ine "Favorite Prescription" is unequaled
and is invaluable in allaying and subduing
nervous excitability, irritability, nervous
exhaustion, nervous prostration, neuralgia,
hysteria, spasms, St. Vitus's dance, and
other distressing, nervous symptoms com-
monly attendant upon functional and or-
ganic disease of the distinctly feminine
organs. It induces refreshing sleep and
relieves mental anxiety and despondency.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate
the stomach, liver and bowels. One to
three a dose. Easy to take as candy.
EvERY WOMAN ought to possess Dr. Pierce's great book, the People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, a magnificent thousand-page illustrated volume. It teaches mothers how to care for their
children and themselves. It is the best doctor to have in the house in case of emergency. Over half
a million copies were sold at $1.50 each, but one free copy in paper-covers will be sent on receipt of
21 one-cent stamps to pay the cost of mailing only: or send 31 stamps for a handsome cloth-bound
copy. Address the publishers, World's Dispensary Medical Association, 663 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y.
A Card to Our Patrons
We wish to express to our many patrons throughout Central Florida,
our full appreciation for the liberal patronage they have bestowed upon us
during the year that is drawing to a close and assure them that their
trade has been appreciated. :: :: :: ::
We hope the new year will be even more prosperous with us all than
the old one has been, and you will continue to favor us with your patron-
age. We assue you that we will endeavor to give the very best goods for
the money at all times and to give the best of attention to your wants. ::
Our big store is filled with beautiful articles of furniture and house
furnishings and everything for the home. We carry the largest as well as
the best stock of furniture south of Jacksonville, and have many beautiful
articles that no other house carries. We buy the latest, newest and best
goods that come out and if you cannot get what you want at our store, it
is not to be had. :: .: :: :; ;; ::
Wishing you a happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year, and ex-
tending to all a cordial invitation to visit our store. :: : ::
We are yous respectfully,
MeIver ac& Kay
Marion Hardwarc Co.
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1nh. "od. by the *i.o l, bae mo.]f..-S..er U he. .E. .
"sah may e a theavn a
"InsameI was en eagtbeIWhha o. eAw l-
laboranes obeathd th sworpaed.Ammtr
Things pe table pt l fole icN msL. aea Tud elIag bet fet
Y h Armit agea stooe a et "I basdrke;kg Am ga.e.
And h e in a adva tne o. Os e e yle.. ...g be
hand a sc.m's am te dewn.M's 116 W 1069
to dheck exe rush of uthe lt l tte ma. low." i -
It ton etabl andfol hane ap upartul ipd belt alfcd ..
"And those ribboens and that c loak."Osc." the eaA e, O inet u ta S
I assure you they are of excellent qual. coffee, With cups -two."
Ity. Oscar, put a blanket on thb gen- He kked off bbeibooft en4 drw 4
tIeman'sB hor. Then make some cot- light shoes sand lougla
fee and wat." "Lighe t maengt trder o thse o
As Oscar closed the door Armitage places. confaud that buckle."
crossed to the table, flung dowa his He rose and stamped bin feet A V
gauntlets and hat and turned to Ctl- tie te so-
borne. "Yer be Io! i at he doesr Thalte
"I didn't expect this of you. I really ca O will take.Off the blMebt .ft
didn't expect It. Now that you have you. Thwes a 110ide of fair Oigbt l
found me, what do you want the cpbeasl If you' VIs a *i. .*
"I don't know-I'll be hanged w f tIstartIng Bles me, I ftrget theoo 1eN
know!" And Claiborne grinned so that The-s the table sctr. amd me
the resque lines of his soied couan lad the rchai ad be added as Oear
tenance roused Armitage's slanmberlg a e t with a t po t sand tohe cupas e
wrath, a pleee of plank.
"You'd better find out! This is my "I'm tal kg the i flo ee sar.sa #be
busy night and Iter you ca 't sure those revolvers te banded i th
yourself I'm going to tie you ha nd odthe real goods el
foot and drop you down the well till I Thee was a great color la w
finish my work. Speak upt What tage's tface as he strode aboutnvit,-
you doing on my grounds, In my bouse Ing to leave m Hi. eyes dnce withfg.
at this hour of the night, prying Ito citeeat, and between the noteeess
my affairs and rummaging In my that he jerked out half to himself he
trunks?" whistled a few blan from a comic empea
"I didn't come here, Armiage. was that was makin a reserd Ma o
brought-with a potato sack over my Broadway. stepu s -
head. There the sack on the door, oy from the bar ple M lo .
and any of ts dirt that isn't l inm "Watch the widows. Oe esth.
tace must be peraneatly settled t may forgive a general anythiag lt a
lsu. rprise. [sat that
mY lungs." Uwoe S ak p e t em t tlhaw smtbe a t lpMad W Alil
"Whatare you doing up here I the o th eaefe se t rett..ym..
Stat o ? The pot ato aest te aisd beyIere the alo eaea e v the
ty fimsy. w better than tha t and t m e u al f
ur packagee. you e adersta d. Anda see i
"Arnita"--as be spoke Clalborne .. aa
walked to the table sad rPsitOhis at- m
short acqmetiwe wIa u hw ll a Y
ftrankWy that I have blown hot azd coldb9 hoa he g belta ftap e aout
about yeN as I never di bea t wio th he ist M war Sa e .- -r37
another man I my ifet. Ot thesh ab o l n ath He wastdo ahm ia l
coming over and when I met yes Ine aM fkO e b to pen ayb .. of
Washington I thought v well o f F t b thag anoher 1 m
thn you r cieett Ie g may "gwe ft8 O"rt biaV
coaidence o you there at thee Armyl i
an Navy club that nght at a ew"- f thew mO e h is o wi a.a,
"D- -my cigarette caset" bowed S- SXedwf ad gt the Oswe .
pocket to asthure e Iofatetl1. iaoat. tte r AL W m
"hate s whae t I aiyl But it wd aig Clalbeom had watched rami t a r e i
sort aqbe situatmoe. Is at. with a s rlwlag Impue inM s g.o
atl that yodt hnowe hot I am r I'm r&trd wtt 0e .. :' -- ,
"Ibot was Inde ner dud Themt he put W hl* hml, e hau latet ia
"It require som aeoerve for a me a gs' r.eeldel ... ..
tell a eroume mo yle story t lk e th gt be Aae atest with higs ow akI, S ^-a-aS-
a tabletfl of gewtleme abet f ho lad not loSk eatt Clalbme 9e a mu -- w h
the en a retmen mau aeba uat t he g .ame B at ble emagea le a ie
"No doubt of It whatever, Mr. Hat- h trechaallin hto s a dety a dat .
borne." "Lrer. man I dleBt mean be th.ew
Armitage uanbttoned his t sad ybe lat te ad! te acliean bed e up 3
pAnd I knew as much about t. w and g somecslee a
haeeta ad Id about you or as 1 "a nt golg late the vamaey" We t ajj
borne, is of no consequence. Aan what "Md yar
you don't haow about me woul fl 5 go with me! YOu are las moant as a
areHow d id you get abe pot my aairs, and m terribly KIDNEY ANDi
aPe what do you propose doing bshoe talk to y hr. a M l.
that you are herer I am in a h arry a t e at Mal me. bl- teS a___h
and have no time to waste. If I can't rnder oMl nem e pe
get anything satisfactory out of yo butndr e s ccas u eabu sm o ,itgeme a
within two minutes I'm going to eek ept that I'm going with you. I kdy disease a thma a t
you back into the sack." don't know why I'm In th row, sad I When there Is eb .
"1 came up here In the hillsato look don't kow what It all about but Ii urn.
for you-you-you! Do you under- believe what you ay ab ut tIt.m o M M .t*V B^
stand?" began Clalborne angrily. "And went you to ertan that I eat hIethe blto wt A ft
as I was riding along the road abb put In a bag lake a prie potato w Rith ative kldasys bame
two miles from hre I ran Into three cut taking a whak at the -ma w who Ieia it o eaneh-ts
men on horseback. When I stopped to put me these" about the,Joata iiiaJ d
parley with them and find out what "Nt If y ou l g et hr t. il. mltee s lar ;
they were doing they crept up on me borne. It weald spol my plaS e I eI r In deDormity: oet.
and grabbed my horse and put tfat could faee your faIly agslMA." nmd A when '
sack over my head. They had mistak- ita ge amwnuy. "Ta-k your hM- pam acn e
en me for you, and they brought me and go. other a 1 o il
here, Into your house, and pulled the "'m going back to Me valey whbm no the only a oC
sack off and were decidedly disagreem- yU d0." many caaes a temaeh Ke
ble at finding they had made a mae. "Humph! Drink your coated Oacar, aebe, palo is .$Mt eAmt Bt
take. One of them had gone In to Mo bring out the reat of the artiM a et., are but ~ a eg
sack your effects, and when they pu- give Captain abMibam ebdeS wleh es te ea t, m 64 Neat
ed off the bag and disclosed the wrong He plebed up his sword ap-gal. -| s.
hare he dropped his loot aon the floor, the bMde f & goiH W V A IAal
and then I told them o go to t swM and cuet the air wth h -. ,
levlk and I hope they'vedoe It. When amlg a few bars taa t dt i t kls aMsmlag. It there n1- d-i
you came in I was picking up yor Them T e laoke OtE with: 1 l 'NW'elo'w'11
traps, and I submit that the sword s "I 40 sOt tak aImvwr .n.w.. d S
handsome enough to challenge any- r t
body's eye. And there's all there is ,' M Io dareag orm a- be. is aw ate ,rs i
the story. and I don't care whether To ea thsoe m tia e wi e t.m a
you believe it or not." Fr 9r WtI- 1 NO W tk It to nM i iho. ___t"_,_aU
Their eyes were fixed apoe each oth- l e as m" a ee:sv
er In a gns of anger andresemttment. "ira ioo1 -a 6L doe't iaew *oU.he* f i
Suddenly Armitags's tense figure re- .y hedo IL'S 00he 1 i01906 __
...t .ta ar, sI O ,rbe.t e ume I-
laed. the flace light is his ey ar "M tl"S teLt e i' h.a l I r sanis-s
way be a gleam of humor, and he =*mil 1i ampthis S' MU J5 "bS, iwa" cm
laughed keg and load. bie days. DIasat ja te o t e .
"Towr fate-your face, C iaborme. I'ra boS for a te P eses to ul
ftmy. It too fnny f.or any .
When your teeth show. Ira saomatething wo, ....
ghastly. For God's sake, go It there IA imand D r as&theatu he s -
and wa lyor fa hce i s onr aan d M a Ip h4 till kAML. v 'W:
He made a light In hi own room tad *0 03 a ws T"i,
OCALA EVKNffS STAR, A AY DS ~ .-
Lesson XIIL-Faith Quarter,
For Dec. 27, 1908.
THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES.
Text of the Lees, a Comprehenslwv
Quarterly Review-Golden Txt,,
Preyv. iv, 2-Cmwentary Prepared
by Rev. D. L. Stearns.
c Opyright. iU, by ertua Pr Aincttfsl
LEeox 1.-David brings the ark to
Jerusalem (II Sam. rl. 1-121. Golden
Text, Ps. c. 4. "Enter into His gates
with thanksgiving and Into His courts
-l, with praise." The ark of the Lord of
the whole earth Is the topic In this first
1 ^ nleseo and also In the. eleventh leoan.
Sl Here t is carried at first In man's
way, but there In Gods appointed way.
S-The great truth in econectionwith it is
that of God dwelling with man as his
righteousness through Christ Jesus.
La seoso II--God's promise to David
l (I Chron. xvil. 1-14). Golden Text.
1I Kings rill 56. "There bath not falf.ed
one word of all His good promise."
I l A". This is a great Mesiale leni nc In
which David Is assured that the iMe-
slabh shall come through him, 'shall be
an Immortal man and shall sit and
reign upon his throne forever in right-
eousness and truth. He will be the
one who dwelt between the cherubim
over the mercy seat (Ef. xxv. .0).
Lrnsoo III.-David's kindness to Jon-
athan's son (II Sam. ix). Golden Text.
Eph. Iv, 3 "And be ye kind one to
another, tender hearted, forgiving owe
another." This was not mere ordinary
kindness and forgiveness: it was the
forgiveness of a king who made the
forgiven og a member of his own
household, with a seat at his table, and
restored to ifli all the inheritance of
his father. It Is a picture of the king.
dow when the Son of David shall
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LmSO IV.-The joy of forgiveness
(Px. zzxzll). Golden Text, Pa. xxxil. 1,
"Blessed Is he whose transgression is
'orgiven, whose sin is covered." The
gospel of God concerning His Son Je-
sus Christ our Lord proclaims forgive-
ness of slns apart from any works of
ours (Rom. L 1-3; Iv. 1-8, 23-25), wholly
through the precious blood of Christ
(Eph. 1L 7). This redemption Includes
all else we can possibly need (Rom.
vill, 32) and should cause great glad-
ness In the Lord.
LIssow V. Absalom rebels against
David (II Sam. xv, 1-21). Golden Text,
Eb xx, 12. "Honor tky father and thy
mother, that thy days may be long
upon the land which the Loard thy God
giveth thee." This rebellionm gmesO
that of the nation against the son o
David and the great rebellion yet of ths
future spoken of InDan. xl, 81-; RBev.
xlU. xvii and xl. but the Son of Da-
vid shall come In all His glory, and
all His adversaries shall be over
Lasox VL.-Davd grieves for Absa-
loi (I Sam. xvm, 2-M3). GotmBn
Text, Prov. xvil, 2, "A fooUsh is t
a grief to hi father." I think or at-
tention In this lesson asould be gtre
to the love of David, who would glad
ly have died for his some. and from him
to our Father Ina heaven, who com-
mandeth His love to us, in that while
we were yet saners Christ died for us.
Lamsow VI.-The Lord our Shepherd
(Ps. xlxii). Golden Text, Pa. xxl 1.
"The Lord Is my Shepberd; I shall not
want" A meditation upon the Lord
as the good Shepherd the great Shep-
herd and the chief Shepherd is always
most proftable. He gave His life for
uas He lives His life In us. and He will
share His kingdom with us. With
such a Shepherd we can lack nothing.
Lausox Vll.-Solomon anointed king
(I Kings 1, 32-401. Golden Text. I
Chron. xxvill, 9, "Know thou the God
of thy father, and serve Him with a
perfect heart and with a willing
mind." The rebellion of Adonljah
against Solomon came to naught, for
it was the purpose of the Lord that
Solomon should reign, and every pur-
pose of the Lord shall be performed.
He sat on the throne of the Lord as
king Instead of David, but that throne
still awaits a greater than Solomon.
Iassox IX.-World's temperance Sun-
day (Isa. xxvill. 1-13). Golden Text.
I Cor. Ix. 27, "I keep under my body
and bring It into subjection." If there
is anything the world needs specially
to know It is the foundation of verse
16 and the coming judgments of verses
17, 18. If the people given to strong
drink saw leas of the drwukenness of
xxix. 9. and more of the rest and re-
freshing of xxvUi, 12, fewer so called
temperance talks would be necessary.
Jesus. lifted up, win draw men.
Lsomx X.-Solomon chooses wisdom
(I Kings UI. 4-15). Golden Text Prov.
ix. 10. "Te fear of the Lord Is the
beginning of wisdom." Having Just
been exalted to his high position and
realizing in some measure his own in-
suficiency, he asks of God wisdom to
rule the people righteously. The re-
quest pleased the Lord, and He grant-
ed him not only what he asked, but
exceeding abundantly more (Eph. ill).
LEamON X.-Solomon dedicates the
temple (I kings vUI, 1-11). Golden
Text. Ps. cxx. 1, "I was glad when
they said unto me, Let vs go Into the
house of the Lord." Both tabernacle
and temple when dedicated were filled
with the glory ef the Lord. and no
man could stand to minster. Bh
were typical of Jesus Christ. n whom
dwelt the fullnaes of the Godhead.
Laeox XIL A cGhristmas -x Le
(Luae II, 8-2). GodMen Text. Lake U
DELU-ED KOm-rEAN mM
uHave W e4 ;6e" O SW.W -
Crpee of Cyrus w. T4, axpet *.
in it to 5memo f Life
(Tampa N Trse.)
FPrt Myers. Dee. 24.-Dead asee
Tuesday but his death kept a se-at I1
the hope that he would be raidt trm
the dead and thas be proelasnsd a
second Christ. the body of Cyrws I.
Ted., head of the Koreahaa Unity.
lies at letero. The body ai eeistaat-
ty watched by devoted foelowera'ef
the "apostle," who had beaded th
colony of queer beliefs at Eatae ter
the past many years, and the bealw-
era arte rm In the conviction that an
Christmas day as the very latest. the
body will have breathed into It agan
the breath of life and that Teed will
arise and walk amnon his diselptle
oneet more. As there are no embalm-
ers in that portion of Lee couty, the
body is beginning to decompose, and
soon. should it happen that the de-
voted are disappointed n their be-
left of the resurrection, nlterment will
have to be made in spite of the ihe
of the followers.
Following the death of her allege
husband. Kcresh. Victoria Gratis
whose name In real life is Victoria
Martin, became the bead of the Kore-
shan Unity and now leads the dis-
elples of the belief that the world is
round and that the inhabitants there-
of live on the inner surface of the
said bIll, the sun, the moon and salar
system being located on the Inside of
said ball. It is said that the Kore-
shans also maintain the doctrine of
free love, universal democracy, ete..
and that the property they own is
believed to the Invested with super-
natural value. Victoria Gratia was
crowned today with unusual cert-
monial and three hundred of the
faithful still subscribe to the doctrines
of the sect.
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The greatest thing that can be
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Why is it that, in spite of the
ravages of time, the reputation of
Lincoln grows larger and his
character means more to the world
every year? It is because he kept
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Where, in all history, is there an
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FRESH MEATS AND VEGETAiLES
Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Muttan, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacdaonville,
handle silk typewriter ribboas. Tic.
each; $7.5 per doenm.
Mr. Barnett and wife came up from
Lakeland today to vlit Mr. Barnett's
parents, Rev and Mrs. R. H. Barnett.
FOR SALE-A pony mare, in god
condition and well broken. Alply to
Dr. D. M. Smith. 12-21-x--i
Mr. J. W. Sylvester is at St. Pe-
tersburg., where be will remain until
Monday with his mother and sister.'
Now Is the time to plant your gar.
den. We have all kinds of garden
seed for fall planting. Tydings & Co
Mr. R. R. Carroll returned this af-
ternoon from St. Petersburg, where
he spent Christmas with his family.
I say, do you drink whisky at Ro-
gan's place? There you get pure
goods. Hogan, the mail murder bous
W. H. Moore, former bookkeeper at
the foundry, but now teaching the
Oak Vale school, Is spending the holi-
days with his family in Ocala.
FOR RENT-Two rooms fitted up
complete for housekeeping; city and
clstern water. Gillen, No. 1 South
Fifth street. 12-1-tf
Mr. J. R. Moorhead and family, ac-
companied by Miss Lucile Lancaster.
went down to Shell Island this fore-
noon to enjoy an outing at that de-
We carry the best line of toilet ar-
ticles., sioap. perfumes, etc. In the
city. Come In and be convinced. Ty-
dings & Co.
Mr. T. D. Bryan passed through
Ocala today on his way from Mulber-
ry to Grove Park. where his family is
spending the holidays.
We will take pleasure In showing
you our splendid stock of soaps, per-
fumes and tooth powder. The Cor-
J. L. Hinton of Sharpe's Ferry, was
in town today. He came to meet Mr.
Shaw. the Atlanta contractor for the
new iron bridge to be erected at the
ferry next month.
Listen, when you are at Dome, send
us your orders: when in town, make
our place headquarters. Hogan's
Place, the Whisky Man.
Mi3.s Hope Robinson
Adel.- Bittinger. who sold
stamps at the postofflce
disposed of 1037.
Horse clipping done at the Tompkkms
& Cobb livery stable. 11-li
Music cabinets and benches. One
of the handsomest lines you ever saw.
Melver & MacKay.
Sponges, sponges, direct from the
fisheries. Prices that surprise, at the
I-6L A -I -- M-- V% lMr ..wand ... IM
K. of P. meet Monday eventag.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday ight.
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
Mrs. A. J. Brisance is on the sick
Red Cres CHRISTMAS STAMPS
at the Pstefirm Druetere I-14
Mr. John M. Graham spent Christ-
mas with his parents at Grahawldlle.
Use Plank's Chill Toalc. uaa-
teed. Price 2. Sol5 by aB duggsts.
Post cards of the Seaboard wreck
for sale by T. H. Mills, Studio North
Magnolia street. 12-7-z
The early morning Dunnellon train
took out a great many people who
spent Christmas in Ocala.
Have you seen the mew vible fty-
Shoes typewriter? R. C. Dvist 'J ,.
Mrs. Laird, with the Ocala Purnd-
ture Company, has gone to Georgia to
'vlelt friends for a week.
Ladies" desks In mahogany and oak.
the bandomaest line ever sown taI
Ocala, at McIver & MacKay's.
Mr. Carter, salesman with the Oeala
Furniture Company, has M ne to ive
Oak to spend a week with friends.
A beautiful assortment of framed
pictures until January 1st, wi" be
sold at $1 each. Melver & MacKay.
Mr. David 8. Williams, secretary of
the Marion County Fair Aodciatien.
went to Martel today on business.
The largest shipment'of Nunna:.y'R
Candles that ever came to Oeala, .ost
in at the Postoffice Drug Store. ,
Mrs. H. G. McDavld went down to
Dunnellon today to visit her daugh-
ter. Mrs. Frank Dorsey.
X. C. Davis & Co.. of Jaoksavllle.
will sell any make of second-hband
typewriter upon eay terms tf deared.
Mr. A. B. Halsell, the enterprising
young farmer of Oak, was in town
Send us your prescrtptlon business.
We are thoroughly prepared to handle
It. Tydincg & Co.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk's reception this
afternoon was a noticeable social
All prescripIons filled at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore are filled by
drugs and chemicals guaanteed under
the Pure Food Law. They use SquibA'
chemicals, guarantee No. 75; also
Parke Davis & Co.'s laboratory diug
none equal, g.arantea No, d. Always
the best, the motto
Messrs. Borden and J. L. Rush o
Berlin. furnished fine music for a so-
cial home concert Christmas night at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tcker,
Martel. The neighbors came n a;md
the occasion was greatly e .joye4.
Mr. Pred Perkins, the Prow Miae
capitalist, who spent a week here
hunting, left this afternoon for afrt
Myers, where he owns a lovely wbel
Mr. J. C. Pillans, the sawavill
of MarteL came up and spent Christ-
mas with his family, who am-s iettfa
friends at Martel.
Miss Florence Walters emtertased
her nday school class very denlis-
Pies. ,, ~1w.. A
NOTICE TO PIANO -O-NTM IYN,
All the votes daed to IaIa tday.k
Saturday, wil bel 8Md he1i-,-a wi
the vote wil be osmtted -puUIA-
ed in the Star.
Tickets for the iet. L.
Quartet, girev under the a10ple 4 -
the Ocala LyceM BurNu, wil be -
male at the Ocala News Co mo
Tuesday m nafl at I o'Gelk. Alt
ticket holders are ured to eaoe early
If they wish good seat.
One of the Star's meiatary h a
soul-racking experieae ?iw&dy maem-
ing. He wa up very latw Thury
night. aishaing the Io o
weekly paper, -ad other t I-
dent to Christmas, and when he went
to bed he was so tired e 4 t boew -'
ten his own name. When he awode
Friday morning, he oounM't f nd ay
of his clothe, except his cast and
shoes. He looked the floor where
he usualHy leaves tbep, then an the
chairs and the walls ofg the room, aOd
even under the bed, but withut- ay
result. Finally he conclue that be
had waked up the wrong mat, and
went to the looking ~if to see who
be waa. Then he found his mnil
clothes. He had never taken thbsm .
Prof. a. rkot who he b haer
of the business department of 3ieBa
College. arrived in Ocalas several days
a to apend Christmas with hi
family and to take cha e 4 the oft
See of superintendent of pubMic I-
Ltructlh, to wbkhich he was eleted In
November. The preteesor is an en-
thusiaatic advocate of edcation. weU
equipped for the postm and the
Star predicts for him a s*meeeaf
and efficient term of owe.
Editor Harris of the Smner will
please .accept the thanks of the Star
for the kindly sentiments exprmed
for us In his Iesue of Chrlustis
morning. They are sincerely appree
Sat1ed and reciprocated. anta Claus
treated us royally. -
FBlew's Orite Lcaathe dc e
counstipatiom and IUul the Uve,
Orio regulates the O they wM
act naturally and "0ot have to
take purgatives onim Sold by
all druggieta. I
The beautiful sotlo by Mrs. Sarah
Winston at the Chrl~faa churWe
celebration Tuesday afternoon wan
one of the most delightful events ofat
that pleasant occaao. "
Mrs. Walter Bills, white doing some
work about the kitchen at san yes-
terday, stumbled against the redht
stove and burned one-of her wrists
You should see our handsome new
furniture before buylang. We have the
prettiest goods ever exhibited in
Ocala. Mclver & MacKay.
Little Miss Genevieve Redding, of
Jacksonville. arrived In town this aft-
ernoon to spend a few lays* with her
grandmother. Mrs. Redding. Master
Bennie Redding went on to fBroks-
vine to visit other, relatives.
We have a most exquisite llme of
fancy Imported china in many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monepoly
The H. B. Masters Company dis-
pensed pleasure Christmas morMin
to their customers by presenting
each with a box of guava pa te, a
very delicious edible. A card accoum-
panied the package with the wordltr
"Greetings from the H. B. Masters
Company with best wishes of the sea-
son." It was a gift highly appreciat-
ed by the recipients.
Ir. "ad Mur. Henry *-mwn
Eaube otre -"cr hriOtU m
Mr. sad Mrs. W. Hopklmas, Ct
Rev. C. B. PoweU went A Maln-
toa today to M*' the phlpAt' he
ChriUtlan church at that pM w*ow-
Lo ,?ulle MoCredle eam. swm
day ftom Walado Where she is-.
bloc selook 'tosIeld A& ebon-.
Iat berhow in Meutp
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-' Americat Plan $, and $2.5n
per day European Planr
R" ooms, one person. 75 cents
per day and up. Special week.
'ly h rates. Center of City. Neat
all Car Lines. Open all tht
r lYear. Rooms with Bath Ex-
h -tra Charge. Bus from Deput
C. B. SMITH. proprietor.
TO ALL POINTS
South of the Ohio and Potomac and
East of the Mississippi Rivers
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PEOPLE 11O WON PREIIIS
AT THE ARION COUNT FAIR
Farm and Horticultural Prodcnts
Best collective exhibit, one farm--Palmetto Park Farm, Ocala, Premaaa.
Second best collective exhibit, one farm-Mrs. & R.] Pytes, Osala, Prei .
Third best collective exhibit, one fariam Ptei Edwards Ocala, P2emtim.
Best bale of hay, Florida grasses-Peter Loos, Ken.Irek, Premium.
Bestibale of hay, be~. -eed-L. P. Miller, Oasla, Premium.
Best bale of hay, peavlnes-L P. Miller, Ocala, Premium.
Best bale of hay, crabgrasa-Edwards Bros., Ocala, Premium.
Best bale of hay. oat straw-Edwards Bros., Ocals, Premium.
Best sample any other hay plant--Geo. L. Clemeas Ocals. Premium
-Best dozen bundlts Marion county grown oats-C. B. Howell, MarM, Pre-
Best dozen bundles Marion county grown todder-F. G. Buhl, Shady, Pro
Best collective exhibit, hay and forage, one farm, 6 varieties-D. A. It-
vine, Orange Lake, Premium..
Best half bushel seed oats--L O0. Booher, Ocala, Premium.
Best half bushel sorphum seed-Perry Edwards, Ocala, Premium.
Best half bushel rough rice-H. A. Fausett, Ocala, Prewlm.
Best half bushel Marion county grown corn, shelled-F. G. Buhl, hady,
Second best half bushel Marion county grown shelled corn-Mrs. 8. L
Pyles, Ocala, Premium.
Second best half bushel Marioncounty grown corn--Mrs R. Pyek.,
Best dozen ears Marion county grown corn-Perry Edwards, Ocala, Pfr*
ange Lake. Premium.
Best barrel Marion county grown corn, in shuck-Palmetto FPars, eM,
Best barrel velvet beans in pod--Geo. Giles, Ocala, Premim.
Best half bushel velvet beans, shelled-Geo. Gies. Ocala, Premium.
Best half bushel peanuts-D. H. Irvde, Orange Lake, Premium.
Best half bushel chufas-G. D. Turner, Pine, Premium.
Best half bushel any variety peas-'Perry Edwards, Oeala, Premaum.
Best bushel sweet potatoes-W. M. Shockley, Lowell, Premium.
Best bushel Irish potatoes-Mrs. ILR. Pyles, Ocala, Premium.
Best half dozen cabbages-Perry Edwards, Oeala, Premium.
Best half dozen pumpkins-J. M. Douglass. Shady, Premium.
Best 1-2 dozen kershaws-E. L Howell, Anthony, Premlpm.
Best half dozen kershaws-E. L. Howell, Anthony, Premium.
Best exhibit broom corn-W. M. Gist, McIntosh, Premium.
Best collection of gourds-M. J. Morrtson. Calvary, Premium.
Best collective exhibit vegetables-Perry Edwards, Oesala. Premium and Di-
Best hill cassava-Peter Loos, Kendrick, Premium.
Best peck Marion county bolted meal--Geo. Ges,, Oeala, Premium.
Best peck bolted grits-H. A. Fausett, Ocala, Premium.
Best sample mixed stock feed-H. A. Pausett, Oeala, Premium.
Best collective exhibit crushed stock feed-H. A. Fausett, Oeala, Prenla.
Best bale Sea Island cotton-Perry Edwards, Ocala, Premiumi
Second best bale Sea Island cotton-Geo. Giles. Ocals. Premim.
Best bale short staple cotton-eo. Giles, Oeala, Diploma.
Best exhibit ginned moss-Geo. Giles. Oeals, Diploma.
Largest and most prolific stalk cotton-Stephen Hodge, Ocals,. Premium.
Best exhibit Japanese cane-Mrs. 0. G. Olin, Kendrick, Premium.
Best exhibit sugar cane-Dave Baldwin, Daisy, Premium.
Best five pounds sugar-Perry Edwards, Ocala, Premium.
Best exhibit cane syrup-J. C. Pillans. Electra, Premium.
Best exhibit sorghum syrup-Perry Edwards, Oeala, Premium.
Best exhibit comb honey-W. R. Bryant, Belleview, Premium and Diploma.
Best exhibit extracted honey-Mrs. J. D. Price, McIntosh, Proemium ad DI
Best Marion county cured ham-B. I. preyermath, Cotton Ptat, Presam.
Best Marian county cured bacon-B. L? Freymrmut, Cott sPint, Promis.
Best five pounds Marion county lard-Perry Edwarad. Oeala, Premium.
Best collective exhibit hog products, one Individual-KB L reyrmth Cot-
ton Plant, Premium.
Best box oranges-W. J. Crosby. Citra, Premium and Diploma.
Best box grapefrult-W. J. Crosby, Citra. Premium and DIploma
Best box tanget Ines O. Codrey, Lyane. Premium and DIplom&.
Best exhibit citrus fruits by one lndividual.-W. J. Crosby, (tra, Premnm
Second best exhibit citrus fruits by one iadividual-W. N. Cama, Oeals,
Premium and Diploma.
Best exhibit peeans-A. R. Griffin. Anthony, Premlaim.
Best exhibit walnuts-Mrs. 8. R. P7yle, Oeala, Premu.
Best exhibit hickory nuta-D. H. Irvine, Orange Lake, Premsm.
Best exhibit Marion county canned vegetabe-W. M. Sheokley, Lowll, Di-
Best qnart of wine from amPcts 8. Lehman, South Lake Wdr, Pre ilm.
Best collective exhiMbit wines-S. Lehman, South Lake Weir, Pregulm.
Largest and best display of cigars, m- ,anrtured in Mario emoty-Chas.
Peyser, Ocala. Diploma.
Best display of vegetable carrier-McDowell Crate & Lumber Co., Oak, Di.
Best display of lime and material for constructing roads-J. M. Meffert,
Best display castings, pipe and fttings, and phosphate machinery-Ocala
Iron Works, Ocala, Diploma.
Best display agricultural machinery, air-cooled gas engines, etc.-Marion
Hardware Co., Ocala, Diploma.
Best display automobiles, buggies, lap robs, etc.-Knight & Lang, Oeass,
Best display surrles, saddles, harness, wagons, and stalk cutter-Melver &
MacKay. Ocala, Diploma.
Best display water cooled gas engines and pumps--Ocala Gas engine
Works, Ocala. Diploma.
Best display high grade fertilizers-Vlrsuia-Carellna Chemical Company,
Best display automobile wheels-Dr. J. W. Hood. Ocala, Diploma.
Best display house furniashings-Mclver & MacKay, Ocala, Diploma.
Best display minerals, ores, cut glass and laptMary workf-Carl Hater,
Best display hand-made hammers-T. Coker, Ocals, Diploma.
Best Agricultural and Horticultural Journal-Louis J. Brumby, Ocala, Di-
Best display native woods and minerals-Frank A. Teasge, Ocaa, Diplma.
Special award for beat display of articles made by am industrial am-edmeb-
tional institution-fPesenden Academy, FPeseedea, Diplom@a
Best display of spirit barrels, manufatured in Mario county-Oeals Coo
erage Company. Ocala, Diploma.
Best display fossils collected in Marion county-B. C. Webb, K.adrick. Di-
onem.s cod ses.aim.,.
Best bull, 3 years old or over-Palmetto Fnms, Oeals, Premim.
Second best bll, 3 years old or over- oweDl & tmab Matts it b-
Best bull, over 1 and under 3 years-Howe & Mumbfts. Mite, PM
SWlpd-best boo Nad 1
Best Pair, bon d iblrwI 5
Dsinid b gt-Ofem. eu
Best twei 453- I 40
Deft bull, 3 Years uor W~
Seemed best beS.70410 a opo
Seemed beet bullwn.1OinIan amin'
Seiibest s*y Me
Boo bun 41A, oilr Ibul osi 2 s S.
Bat Cow. 3Y-M ts WV ik
fleam or bumiin 1 7WEI-fmod
pooibsstber4 b* fi 4 ~pa.
Boos& dbMA fI, gU Sad.$u-L
Beat 2&Estat1e" -4.0
- "b"o&gotoi o P*.
Secod;bn 2. 3pyearsorIov W4.0~o.A~
Best bum a yeaw odor MI tS,'~
Met cow O1 belft *ad1 o =W
fig ~ ~ ds JALaretmfee
BooedSK boar t aer 1yoti" UmW.im.
Best pea. boA SM-be2 sat, my r24;i &
Bstmd; sWE t colln sued ?w sm. Omi
Bed; sow. =Wer 1 ose~wi l-H .UiW4Ol 00
a"Sewo ever I You vr 1af M-
Bes aom usir 1I yw .4? .0
Bast pmbomrard 2I wq& mayeK3 Ui
Dust pa modg, 6 muddthao ia,6Swink .
Seaumd best pea pigs, 6 d f c
Boot bwuover- w 9m. lD. a
Dud; bor ndr1 year orove-WLML ~e
Secondbeetbow 1ndear a.I ywol -0 ILj 0J
Bost sw SvIr I1yor oW.-iL IL MowaftOmis, -
Best pus, bear and S2uc aWoaw
Best en 94m, 6 omiamthis or ed -6
Dig~~RO - -' ", 1.~,Tm~
Sem ho; sw sd ~kh -*L-- -1
Best mule colt. Florida raised-J. M. Meffert. Ocala, Premium.
Second best mule colt, Florida raised-F. W. EllIson, Antbohy, Preamam.
BHet jack. W. M. Giat. McIntosh-Premium.
Vest exhibit Hampshires-Palmetto Farm, Ocala, Diploma.
Best Rambouillet ram and 2 ewes-W. M. Gist, McIntosh, Premium.
Second best Rambouillet ram and 2 ewes-W. M. Gist, Melatosh, PremiWm.
Best Rambouillet lamb under 1 year-W. M. Git, Mclntosh, Premium.
Second best Rambouillet lamb under I year-W. M. Gist, McIntosh, Pre-
Best Shropshire ram and 2 ewes-Edwards Bros, Ocals, Premium.
Second best, native, or any breed-Edwards Bros., Ocala, Premium.
Best native lamb under 1 year-Edwards Bros., Ocala, Premium.
Second best native lamb under 1 year-Edwards Bros., Ocala, Premium.
Best pen. 1 male and 2 females-Edwards Bros., Ocala., Premium.
Second best pen, 1 male and 2 females-Edwards Bros., Ocala, Premium.
Poultry-Barred Plymouth Rocks
Best cock-W. M. Shockley, Lowell, Preimum.
Best hen-Wm. Shockley, Lowell, Premium.
Best pullet-W. M. Shockley, Lowell, Premium.
Second best hen-Mrs. Clarence Camp, Ocala, Premium.
Second best pullet-W. M. Shockley. Lowell, Premium.
Third best cock-Mrs. S. R. Pyles, Ocala, Ribbon.
Third best hen-Perry Edwards. Ocala. Ribbon.
White Plymouth Rocks
F'irt (Cockroll-Cary & Ristrunk, Ocala, Premium.
First pullet-H. P. Bitting. Ocala, Premium.
Second pullet-Gary & Sistrunk, Ocala, Premium.
l1t cock. Mrs. S. S. Knight-Premium.
i-t pullt. Mrs. S. S. Knight-Premium.
2 Il cock. P. W. Whitesides, Ocala-Premium.
'nld pullet. Mrs. S. S. Knight-Premium.
3rd pull-t. P. W. Whitesides, Ocala-Premium.
lt hl-n. Hugh Knight-Premium.
2nd hen. Hugh Knight-Premium.
:3rd cockerel, Hugh Knight-Premium
Single Comb R. I. Reds
Ist cocck, W. M. Shockley. Lowell-Premium.
lt o.k.rl, Palmetto Farm, Ocala-Premium.
1st hen. Mrs. Clarence Camp. Ocala-Premium.
1It pullet, H. I. Freyermuth, Cotton Plant-Premium.
L'nd cock, E. T. Helvenston, Ocala-Premium.
*'ndl ht.n. W. M. Shockley. Lowell-Premium.
2nd co.kerel. J. C. Howell. Anthony-Premium.
2nd pullet. E. T. Helvenston. Ocala-Premium.
3'rdl ock. H. H. Whitworth. Ocala-Premium and ribbon.
Ird pullet. H. H. Whitworth, Ocala-Premium and ribbon.
1rd cockerel. Mrs. Geo. Close. Oca'a-Premium and ribbon.
3rd pullet. Mrs. Geo. Clo-se. Ocala-Premium and ribbon.
Silver Spangled Hamburgs
Ist cockerpl, P. H. Shafer, Ocala-Premium.
1st hen. P. H. Shafer, Ocala-Premium.
2nd hon. P. H. Shafer, Ocala-Premlum.
1st cock. H. P. Bitting, Ocala-Premium.
1At ullet. H. P. Bitting, Ocala-Premium.
2nd pullet, H. P. Bitting, Ocala-Premium.
Ist cock. W. M. Shockley. Lowell-Premium.
1st hen. W. M. Shockley, Lowell-Premium.
1st pullet, R. T. Munroe, Ocala-Premium.
2nd hen. R. T. Munroe, Ocala-Premium.
2nd pullet. W. M. Shockley. Lowell-Premium.
3rd cock, R. T. Munroe, Ocala-Ribbon.
3rd pullet. R. T. Munroe, Ocala-Ribbon.
Ird hen. 0. M. Gale, Belleview-Ribbon.
3rd hen, Palmetto Farm. Ocala-Ribbon.
lst cock, E. L. Carney, Ocala-Premium.
1st cockerel. 0. M. Gale,. Bellevlew-Premium.
1st hen. E. L. Carney, Ocala-Premium.
1st pullet. R. T. Munroe, Ocala-Premium.
2nd cock. Mrs. S. R. Pyles, Ocala-Premium.
ind hen. J. M Douglass, Shady-Premium.
2nd pullet. J. M. Douglass. Shady-Premium.
2rd hen. E. L, Carney. Bellevlew-Premium.
1st pullet. Alfred Ayer, Ocala-Pr mium.
3rd cockerel. Alfred Ayer. Ocala-Ribbon.
3rd pullet, Alfred Ayer, Orala-Ribbon.
lst cock, 4". A. Tremere. Belleview-Premium.
3rd lien. C. A. Tremere, Belleview-Ribbon.
1st cockerel. H. P. Bitting. Ocala-Premium.
3ud pullet, H. P. Bitting. Ocala-Premium.
3rd pullet. H. P. Bitting, Ocala-Ribbon.
Brown Red Game Bantams
l1t cockerel, R. T. Munroe, Ocala-Premium.
Buff Cochin Bantams
Best hen. J. '. Howell. Anthony-Premium.
1st hen. Willis Dickson-Premium.
2nd her, Willis Dickson-Premlum.
lst hn. Willis Dickson-Premium. 3rd hen. Willis
H.-st trio turkeys, B. I. Freyermuth, Cotton Plant-Premium.
White Pekin Ducks
Best trio. Wim. M. Shockley. .Lowell-Promlum.
lv.st trio. any other breed. E. tC. Bennett, Ocala-Premium
IBtst coop. It. T. Munroe. Ocala-Premium.
Best pen. Mrs. Geo. Close. Ocala-Premium.
lst ( sponge cake. Mrs. W. E. Allen. Mclntosh-Premium.
liest pound cake, Mrs. J. M. Douglass. Shady-Premium.
B1 st .chocolate cake. Mrs. J. M. Douglass. Shady-Premium.
li-st glass grape jelly. Mrs. D. H. Irvine. Orange Lake-Premium.
I'.-st glass guava jelly. Mrs. Ida Walkup. McIntosh-Premium.
nIest glass mayhaw jelly. Mrs. S. R. Pyles. Ocala-Premium.
IBest glass apple jelly. Mrs. W. E. Allen. McIntosh-Premium.
Blest glass plum jelly. Mrs. F. GC. Buhl. Shady-Premium.
Best glass huckleberry jelly, Mrs. J. R. Havird. McIntosh.
Rest glass blackberry jelly. Mrs. J. H Havird, McIntosh.
Iest exhibit jellies. Mrs. J. M. Douglass, Shady-Premium.
HBst jar Preserved peaches. Mrs. Ida Smith, Mclntosh-Premium.
Best jar pre-served quince. Mrs. S. R. Pyles. Ocala-Premium.
Best jar preserved plums. Mrs. W. M. Gist. McIntosh-Premium.
Best jar preserved pears. Mrs. J. M. Douglass. Shady-Premium.
e-st jar preserved figs, Mrs. Clarence Camp. Ocala-Premium.
Itest bottle tomato catsup, Mrs. H. L. Dickson. McIntosh-Premium.
Hest jar canned peaches. Mrs. W. M. Gist, Mclntosh-Premium.
Best jar canned pears. Palmetto Farm. Ocala-Premium.
Lest jar canned tomatoes, Mrs. D. H. Irvine. Orange Lake-Premium.
Best pint sweet pickled peaches. Mrs. A. Baldwin. McIntosh-Premium.
Rest pint sweet pickled pears, Mrs. J. P. Havird. Mclntosh-Premium.
Best pint sour cucumber pickles. Mrs. Ida Smith. McIntosh-Premium.
B.st pint sweet green tomato pickles. Mrs. Clarence Camp. Ocala-P'm'm.
i est pint chow chow, Mrs. J. S. Neal. McIntosh-Premium.
Rest sample pickifi pork in glass. Palmetto Farm Ocala-Premium.
Best two pounds of butter. Mrs. S. R. Pyles. Ocala-Premium.
Host exhibit canned fruit, preserves and Jellies,. Mrs. J. M. Douglass. Shady
Hest pint i'abbagr pickle, Mrs. P.. B. Ricker. South Lake Weir-Premium.
Best sun bonnet. Mrs. J. K. Christian. Mclntosh-Premium.
Best calico dress-Mrs. S. H. Gaitsklll. McIntosh-Premium.
Best underwaist, Mrs. S. R. Pyles, Ocata-Permilum.
Best apron, fancy, Mrs. S. H. Galtskill. MclIntosh-Premium.
Hest kitchen apro,'. Mrs. Granger, McIntosh-Premium.
Best infant's outfit. Mrs. W. H. Clarke. Ocala-Premlum.
Rest sample darning. Miss Beltman, Ocala-Premium.
Best plain hemstitched h'dk'f. Mrs. W. S. Cogswell, Belleview-Premium.
Best embroidered bed spread, Mrs. D. Dorsey. McIntosh-Premium.
Best embroidered table cover. Mrs. W. H. Powers. Ocala-Premium.
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Roman embroidery. Mrs. Ida Smith. McIntosh-Premium.
6 embroidered tumbler doileys, Mrs. Pettys, Mclnttoh Pe.idumu.
point lace. Mrs. D. H. Irvine. Orange Lake-Premium.
2 yards knitted lace. Mrs. W. M. GlOet Mclntoeb-Premlum.
point lace handkerchief, Mrs. L. S. Means, Me.tash--Prevqflna.
centerpiece Battenburg, Mrs. BoBing. Orange Lake-P tawlum
2 yards crocheted lace, Mrs. W. Colbert, Ocala-Premium.
Aonitou lace, Mrs. 8. H. Galtakll. McIntc=h r.h omu.
crocheted thread twiy, Mrs. W. L. Colbert. Ooafh-P-emium.
knitted slippers-Mrs. J. I. Gist, Melntosh.
Best crocheted centerpiece, Mrs. S. H. Galtakill, Mclntoeb-Preml-ats.
Best crocheted h'dk'f border. Mrs. W. k Colbert. Ocala-Premium.
Best crocheted table mat, Mrs. W. L. Colbert, Ocals-Premium.
Best drawn work pin cushion cover. Miss A. Baldwin. Mlatehb-Premiutb.
Best drawn work child's dress, Mrs. J. L Gist, McIntash-P-remim.
Best drawn work table cover, Mrs. Boilng, Onmge Lake-Premium.
Best bureau scarf, Mrs. Bolling, Orange Lake-Premium.
Best drawn work set napkins. Mrs. Bolian, Orange Lake-Prmium.
Best tatting centerpiece, Mrs. T. D. later. Oela- Prelum..
Best tattink handkerchief, Mrs. T. D. Lacmaster, Ocala-Pirmium
Best tatting yoke. Mrs. T. D.' Lancaster, Ocala-Preum.
Best tatting specimen Insertion, Mrs. T. D. Lancaster. Ocala-Premium.
Best silk quilt, Mrs. IK Howell, Antmhy-Premiin.
Best worsted quilt, Mrs. J. 0. Spuriif, Oeala 'l
Best cotton patchwork quilt, Mrs. M clteua MIm-n-1 -Prfemium.
Best counterpane, knitted. Mrs. J. Christia., Mchutrsh-Premium.
Best woven counterpane, Mrs. D. Dorsey. MITatl- Pieml.
Best home-made woolen rug, Mas Geo I, Caemems, OealS-Premium.
Best home made woolen coverlet, Mrs. Ada Barter, SLr w emu
Best collection crocheted work, Mrs. W. L Colbert, Oc PIa m-
Best crocheted pin cushion, Mrs. R. B. Bicker, So. Lake Wer-Premism.
Best crocheted cape, Mrs. W. M. Gist. MUeltesh-Preum.-
Best fancy scarf, Mrs. W. 8. Cogswel--, eli,,, -P..eum.
Best fancy handbag, Miss Mamie Thomas. Mednteh Premiam.
Best and most artistic wire grass article, Mrs.J. D.-FTrguas, Oeala-Pe*-
Best and most artistic palmetto article, Mrs. I. W. Wingate, Conner-Pre-
Best exhibit wire grass work, Miss Lyle :Campbell Ocala 1\nefu....
Best exhibit palmetto work, Mrs. .L W. Wingate, Connor Pi wulu.I
Honorable mention Imported embepidery. Miss Sallie Camp~ Ocal.
Honorable mention 'best screen, Mrs. R. Pyles. Ocala.
Best caramel cake, Emerson Ho School. Oesla-Preminm.
Best loaf home made bread, Emerson Home School, Oeals-Premlum.
Best plate biscuit, Fessenden Acadamy. Fesseaden F.ia mAu. ''
Best dosen light rolls, Pessenden Academy, Femseoden-Premium.
Best Jar plum preserves, Annae Stewart, Shady-Premium.
Best pint pepper sauce, Perry Ed] yards, Ocals-Premium. r
Best pint cabbage pickle, Perry Edwards, Ocala, Premium.
Best Jar tomato pickles, Perry Edwards, Ocala-Premium.
Best home made candy, Fessenden Academy. Feseenden-Premlum.
Best underskirt, Fessenden Aeedemy. Pesseadn-Premium.
Best underwatest, Emerson Home School. Ocala PIrealaus..
Best night gown, Fessenden Aeidemy, Feesenden F. emiau.
Best child's underskirt, Sallie Marshall, Oeala-Premium.
Best fascinator, Emerson Home School Ocala-Premium.
Best afghan, Emnerson Home School, Ocala-Premium.
Best pair drawers, Sallie Marshall. Ocala-Premlum.
Best crocheted cape. Pearl E. Anderson, Ocala-Premium.
Best corset cover, Blanche Crook, Ocala-Premium.
Best pair baby's socks, Estelle Bellamy, Ocala-Premium.
Best child's dress, Alice Ayer, Martin Pkaluui.
Best baby's saque, Estelle Bellamy, Ocala-Premium.
Best vase paper flowers, Annie Hall, Ocala-Premlum.
Best short skirt, Emerson Home School Ocala F...nlam.
Highly commended for unique quilt. Florence Benton.
Best exhibit asparagus tenulsslmus, -WoodmFr Nursery, Ocala-Premium
Best exhibit roses containing greatest variety of flowers, Jonn Heints,
Ocala-Premium and diploma.
Best exhibit geraniums, acy Glymp, Ocala-Premium and diploma.
Best exhibit calla plant, Mrs. Jerry Mitchell. Ocala-Premium and diploma.
Best specimen palm, Woodmar Nursery. Ocala-Premium and diploma.
Best exhibit palms, Woodmar Nursery, Ocala-Premium and diploma.
Best exhibit ferns. Mrs. W. L. Coll-ert, Ocala-Premium and diploma.
Best exhibit orchids, Mrs. W. L. Colbert. Ocala-Premium and diploma.
Best exhibit cacti, Woodmar Nursery, Ocala-Premium and diploma.
Best floral design, Woodmar Nursery, Ocala-Premium and diploma:
De. 16, Free for Al-Trotting
First. J. ILR Beazley. Tiny Bird." Orlando-Purse.
Second O0. R. Duckworth. "Lady Lou," Orlando-Purse.
Third, Walter Ray, "Bob," (Mr. Abrams) Martel-Purse.
Dec. 17, Free for AII-Trtting
First. J. R. Beasley, "Tiny Bird," Orlando-Purse.
Second. 0. R. Duckworth, "Lady Lou," Orlar*o-Purse.
Third, J. R. Beasley, "Toodles," Orlando-Purse.
First. Wes Hocker-Purse.
Second. Sam Hill-Purse.
Third. Frank Harris-Ribbon.
Best Horse and Rig Driven by a Lady
First, Mrs. J. B. Simonton-Prise (a&tch presented by Mr. A. E. BurnettL
Second. Mrs. Gee. P. Williams-Prise, diamond brooch presented by alth
Third, Mrs. Clarence Camp-Yellow Ribbon.
Automobile Race, 5 Miles (Ten Times Around Trask)
First. J. H. Spencer-Blue Ribbon.
Second, Jack Camp-Yellow Ribbon.
De. Reed Rae to BuggyM Driven by Ownmers
First, Jack Camp, Oeala-Prise, set rubber mounted harness.
Second, Geo. 8. Petteway, Lowell-Prise, whalebone whip and lawprbe, pe-
sented by Knight & Lang, Ocala.
Third, E. P. Guerrant. Ocale-Yellow ribbon.
Three Minots Rae-Lbe ml1ere"e-Pr'm so
First. Mason Tso0, "botball, Ocalfm-Purse.
Second. J. D. McDuffy. "Nado, Ocala-Purse.
Third. J. R. Blaekistom, "Henry." Oela'4Prae.
First. E. P. Guerrant, "Pat McNell," Oc~ .aPrse
Second~ R. Duckwerth. "Carrie." Orlands-PuMse.
Third, Ed Carmilcamel, Oals. "Big ltn-TYellow Ribbon.
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frst. J. R. Moorhead, Jr., 'Oeals, "PTtes'-Prse.
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