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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 12 29, 1908
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03049
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Vohlme 14, NO 1.





Rooms 9. o10 and ix,
Second Floor. Holder Block,



Dental Surgeon

Phoer 211
Offie Heenr-4 to 12 a. nL.:1to6p.

Charles D. Hulbert, 0D.

sam Sarpu
Office Second Floor The Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Buildina. OcaL.
Telephones- Office. 222: Residence, 41
Office Hours
9-12 a. m.. 2.4 p. n.. 7:30-80 o m.



Plans fnrnished
on application.

ctiL AbL

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Coned by W
Tu waves


Roome. c. L .--4M y wasV isoe
owda by a severe wrthquks, which
has pwttewaely -oyd -dswars
Caitam tta, a to t Aelyr *e
the greatest lie of fb we rred, ap-
pears to hafe het the center oe the
disturbeaee. .The efty has a peOn-
thon of e-about Me. ere umer
hoe .s were eshaboade ws.
Cabn reAports thm people dead an

TmMl Wae at Catnka
At Catania the force of the earth-
quake was felt toin the rm a tidal
wave which rushed nlshore, carrying
with It several steers and ether
craft, which were thrown against the
wharves. Al wem e n re or le dam-
aged, some of them being practically
At AeMoa tw s -ps- were wrecked
and several bheum demolished, hut n
lo 0 li ufe reported

About yourself when you an cripple
with' rhemtmm or sta jolatS-4f
cors yoe tried eots of things and
they taed. Try Ballads Bmow lAt-
meat-I-t wfl Irive away an ache,
Pt ad lSf~ Hewe andb as s as
wel as you ever w~re. Bo ld thm
Anti-Meeopaly Drugstore.

Batte. Mont, Dec. m2.-A dispatch
from Virgla City, Moet., ays that
region was shakes yesterday by the
severest of a series of many se-le
disturbances that have been Soinga o
for more than a week.

If we eomid talk to you personally
about the great merit of olers Honmey
and Tar, for cougas, colds and han
trouble, you never emold he nladued a
experiment with unknown prqxn-
tims that may contain some harmful
drugs. Foley's Honey ndS Tar costs
you no mere and has a record of forty
years of cares. Sold by all drusgista.


lonte uma Barbershop

In Connoctiue With the Hotel OffWee
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tentio nto all Special attention to


A. J DElETRIC. Pruriswr



An elegant, exclusive line and will be
leeM to shewow you wthe goo ad
make your f winter suit or trus-
es. You don't he to wait. Pick ot
yotr ids and the suit is made and
fitted at onee and guaramed as to
workmanship, fit and quality el goade.
I als have an elegant line mof *
pies so that you are sure of fS ing
what you went. Repeetfrlly,

Jenry Bmet
The Exclu,;ve Tailor, Bumrntt S.lidikmg
Fort King Avenue.



City borses bearded by the month.
or boarded and cared for if desired.
Horses fed also by day or meal.
Horses and all domestic animals
treated. Thoroughly *quipped for
performing any operation.
Scientific horsesboeing done.

E. P. GUER A 9 Y. S.

N;igt Phn em


Nushbvile. Ten., Dec. S.--Judage
Hart has refused aUl to Colomel aad
Robin Ccoper and John D. Sharp,
charged with thae sider of Senater
Mrs. Ada I Croom, the widely
known proprietor of the Cromat 111e
Vaughn, Mls., says: Tr several
months I suffered with a severs eaugh,
and consumapti seemed to have its
grip on me. wen a end recommend-
ed Dr. Km' Nw Dixscovery. I bea
taking R and three bottles affeted a
complete cure." The Came t this usb
saving cough Mad cold remedy, ad
tau and throat healer is world wide.
Sold at all drr stores. Fifty cents
and $Le. Trial bottles free.

Only One Man Survived the Las of
the Advane
Newcastle, N. 8. W., Dec. 2.-The
J4ritish steamer Advance and the
British bark Iveria collided several
miles off shore from this port yester-
day. The steamhip was badly 4am-
aged and sank before any of her boats
could be launched. Every member 1
her crew. with the exception -at me
officer, was drowned.
Is what most babies have, but is od a
bendeit to them If they have warm.
Be sure ymr baby I net trubd
with them. Sure a ,p --,a
hungry, rangs under them sa, ntM
saining In weight ad yeMow eom-
n'exin. A few doses of Whit's Cream
Vermituge win expel an warms It is
a positive eu.and relabli. Puiee S
cents per bottle. SaM by the Anti-
Moeopoly Drugstore.

Johnston Pa., D Dc. 2-Johe Storm-
er. a blacksmith, a a busy street here
yesterday. shot his wife, her brother
and the tatter's wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Wlliam Kurts, of McKeasport, Pa..
and then blew at his own bran In
plain view of a crowd of horrifod
DaviM Patemr, e fPaette, N. T, a
veteran m t U evUi war, Who st a
toot at Gettysburg, says: Tbe od
Electric Bitters have done worth
more then sftve hundre dadars to me.
I spent mach mey doctor m fr a
bad case i stmamck trouble, to little
purpose. I then trieeZest tte W ses
and they eriat me. I now take them
as a tonic, and thei keep me strong
and welL" Ste at a drug stores.
Mu 'ed I -- i lwim F erii -

to tae l M
ti a," fit'


THE NEW diSTUMt P ?VLpr"-,.

The Senecathe neww deelict d&qW oglsuuk
usalfngt he AtWmAf* coast. Derylictaol b i
Wbwa an a* th1"d edof aisallam g M.ww aim wre
~Wed ~tbo track se Meth ea-~truo~m*,a"oe
#SoadeSo b~loy aSp mbl..hoSas 3oto

A meetlgt of the subscribers to the
fNtm raised to assist the holding of a
Marea Conmty Fair is called ter
Tiraday evening, December 31. 195.
at 7:3 p. m.. at the court house in
Oceai. A report will be rendered of
the receipts and expenditures, and a
inal discharge requested by those
having In charge the administration
of the funds. After this meeting the
stockholers of the Maruon County
fhir Association will be called In ses-
ls6e to receive a report from the
president, secretary and treasurer of
the physical condition of the orglsa-
tikn. All outstanding accounts must
be presented before above date to be
paid. (Signed):
George K. Robinson, President
D. 8. Williams, Secretary.
T. T. Munroe, Treasurer.
Easiting Chridmas Experiemnc of a
Mof in Peoria. IL
Peorfa Ill., Dee. -.-A large lean
gray wolf gave Frank Kelffer an ex-
citig iv minutes yesterday when It
attiCked him near a lumber yard In
bn heart of the. city and chased bhm
four blocks thmugh the streets to his
Ihoe. KeWer entered his house la
time to slam the door in the animara
fee. Seishar a rifle he put a bullet
through Its brals. He shot the wolf
through a window.
The merits of the Tea Weader, ymo
would never ~e from kIdmey, bMad-
dr or rbeemate trouble. $I bottle two
mthhe" treatment. Sold by druggists
or by umalL s.Bed for testi--la. Dr.
A. W. Halu. 1 S OUve street. St.
Laub, Misour.
Lee Angeleas, CaL, Dec. W.-A most
spectualr accident occurred in a
rae at Ascot Park whes
the te ofet a racing automobile broke
on a curve, while Gus Seyfried of Sae
FPanelo, was driving at more than
a mile a minrte, the car turnia three
complete somersaults in the air. a bM
of flame azd lading wrecked In thi
center of the track, whyre it was con-
semd by the flames. Seytried was
throws out with terrific force, but be
fell clear of the machine and sus-
tained only cuts and bruises.
Nest Oeab People awve a Week Part
adm To OOfte It's the Bek
Everyone has a weak spot.
Too oftea t's a bad back.
TwIgee follow every sudden twist.
Dull aching keeps up day and night
Teln you the kidneys need help-
For backache to really kdney-ache.
A kidney cure Is what you need.
Dean's Kidney Plls cure sick kid-
Cure backache and all urinary Mis.
-Mra. W. R. Pell. of Third St.. fan-
ord, Is., says: "I am pleased to
recommend Dean's Kidney Pils takac
In view what they have dome for me.
I b1are sMueret from backache a great
deal and at the was so lame that I
eouM seareely tum In bed. Some
moPtaig aMy condition was seuh that
I teOm It difficult to des myself.
Whenever I stoooed. sharp pains
would dart through my body, espe-
cially In the regional of my kidneys. I
also had sme trouble from the too
trequet action of the kidnev secre-
tie. After I had used s'-:r a reme-
dies with only light benefit, I beard
of Doan's Kidney Fills and procured
a bhx. I useed them and they brought
me the destred rettef. I am now able
to ymt we at iaJh, am tree tim

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they Camset rqaeb t*K4(tb -
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you Auet take
Ca*thb ca n _b ~ 2M
acts oh dltty eethe~.
surfaces. UHa1' aihm
& quack MedksIu.
by MO .1the"nest 014 WO Im Othi
country fr tem w.*ad Is a&reular
9 nIpu.It mIs rnmpa" a1 to
best toute* bniwlk ose8Abledft t
beet bleed paro, eslar & Fad
the mainaea 0.a 11 -, oa
comblnatios Vwthe.two Ive s i
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in cultufg Cauaiwi -,amndo tm m-
P. J. Cbmew y&4*V*6~~k
- 'ld t Fpm*is.t.

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god rbkK t b webU.&

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Mrs. WIll Hocker yet has aI& powi.VIM

acknowledgement will put a. 1m e .1Ma1e ........
each letter sent and In tohis KMIL t XT ,M% hi 1"def -s Go ...... 2
to their sal.. All know P', . . B w -

for whicof they mw e W MI. Ab PaLW t&' ,m .. P -
wil t again be on sale at th MiU Vi*o ..'.k ,

IiIg se ef w e user soet M w. amass, summe .. bM. swig- JIM U. NMI
Drugstore. So far the a ity on i n r" t a N yN T. fblY O....... .. "
anover 200ant the dwtl ou W.r l M C38 S00"k e MSUVP s a -r 1.6 @
tame amount or nearlyM n t afp t IL. am p -" Rr dBle ....... lo
meub4eo w of tany M mn .
u fthe fix a Rble m-neCros n s ta e 41 W a1 T' "a e" 't +'
ry lettersentuntil they aft on .5 tAe PL A SA NTva o. i1 M dtoe at10C. Ves % y ---
TaHi Oaa lo ., wt ASn n ulest " U -A" e, 3 .11 _t aMWmn.m S 6B f-
*orr nic am-s, ..2 Mn ,MweM. W5tOcaeg ..k S.
The Ocala Masons lcoerd t t oidt tat se thte atol bat th*" s usy -eIftyta. .01i

bnquedt at the Ocala Bomea". hea 6 ..lletA 0 w k M uS t _M 2 2i01 r.llf s A all .. tM' ..S -
ang their visr. itingt aobe a rteisti ,l i' A 4.2 T e Mwt AWI m. .. Bm. Wl bt 71 ,-' 5. d'I tm 5?Smfm '<""iB
Inmhiber of the boa ervedl 1 ar. on M the 1tor "w k el. al1 ttubrwr. dMa d teAWm H erI D

Ivesrd and sweed the f eart thas 6a e f 1at0 1t F. o JeM afm 1 1 A o t -

lthem had bon partkhe Maoafs s adt t ~a *t . or. s o tgrlmr "ta w- ft. DOM te
eingha n e to r been o, tou t, ss*s f t n w p a MliM- M aS. Mry ev, i w. 111. o i t -* "i ._0l
any order In this citye and ti i ad b M M t fMis w Li.
saying a great deal.Y u4Waft to at U011011. MW 811011110-jam.L ub'i-"e-Dim "_
Theebanquet was nt all thessie *IMot th bo a n SA te aU IO NS

next in order t anad the martistic1 0 1 t SN W tk 01the 1W1L O WMMO i t.. ph- ll tl ..
the popular hotel propriet, wAdre there bt1 wIaste -lws. e a, rwio wth, e s& apM t M immse vsms.2
subject of many congratu aies sr earieput i f rth. o U E t "aa o ses bu o I 11i
head miracle to m anner In w hKeSP t a-i Mel- Mas o ae it was k ati ni o te M

rep tared and s served a the t t i at iM b k..MOt.senmAm. .e .tA tt eislar aIer M t Rev. PION, r -_b
The Ocala lodg nRe firstet tathe i rpor- lstO _60"MC wB- jr'f&! DPate at aah V4 at r l- $09 6 l tS r-r i.

lodge ir a wh erea secretwof t Mt w |i-tha e th m a W".* 416ao frtw t .. 9 000,_00 01141
order as exempliftie d ta d. ea' Uhe ra~ o a gb h e e intaa asM i, ht ws t e i (r91 6 *6 Ml.- r. i"
thdegree was most mprhe tl h T M. B 'Oft_ 061 Ah. b feaorede on Mr. Blaickford.n tah 0 wi lba hi bS. 4 Nmm bota ta aa"d Ite a ad bee awy .t

Sumner Lumber Co., at Lubaer VtWem rt f ag *r u lie a t l ae ot h aate Mr. 4 pikIe. i. hf# o .f8 *tat .liE1 .11

ewn w~ net overaooker ad ekad b 1 y't" i WY ;
Masons, some 76 In numbertte O nth t bes wae hk.ath e t e a dhp ay. eso m- iste14 t.emhy wit IB* t

Jd to the Ocand H toue, whe e th hea *a. Ost40 a de "i b i e d M' Wa t Wa"s U We amowa amenM W Ir v* -Mpg,
were joined by some an fif tawyh Wds ( d the gim 11 e w .or "mt we -KMr. easDe- t sew
theyrepaired to tl and e lht.ateito wI" Ma "paraatO 2 Bd ~ M.ed, at i ..

wheae Mr. N.. i. ttUebr b nwilth -ere b ...-w-it W r. W Iam. L .
P. Gre a n. .Master. Jon R. 1a,'les Wee- 9eass CpaiW age bsaudfl 06t11W time a kb rt 4* ip i tuntlll g*l II i* e
light of the tordrelservedt ot fas reoe5ma -. WI.hb Milti a u m y B B a al fay t t e w., t.'.i sA are d-.'i ande "y "", g L "a
tceremonies and the filled msthe atedS eag r tie mI" -tiM C*ras ey4 o a lAi. a l d talm t h ll. M nle S iM.lgL istts. ril .lie SMuap
admirably.l nO eoeoed a t, e Wet Ma a eat l e" a W r- ad Ms. aa g
JAfter Lthe mo things spread be tig n .t goW es, t ermsti,. hills- -- *mr11 ,,,-ofUneksui, e1.--,, sdMr. andM M '

them had been partaken of and i.pta r. A e- bed M e amad .e..-. -l*'eu!,.. .- ".-
aching voids a on thr and atomiesd hiflKt ol w S G rg Male Ma iiase e d a auter d * _m1 *

wtbeen fild to repletion, toast. VWon_""al tdv te a.mdMao &1Ur- Mr waa Mrs ADe dW.m D t,, at

nexta orderand h tt the u mrs Mtt enee hitma" Sr .S", op *

manie. Icd. th. L. IP Al ttAti klMl in e l. fter be i M .1e ** "*.. .* .k. + pIggc'e th -1. lig|-t. .
Smonies open the flow m of e s e- _w t~ a M t. sefi 000. A Joe 0Vfta. utako, a. speaker, he i. unt, d la-., a e tas t tosrly M t ga e._rr.,, tuI e1 ,ea

calling on Mrj Jeanetten cuthers e ~i.. u bi., t r b ll, dl:. ; hew rsbus of this a11, 11as y i n e 4 o
racksonville, gtand d Dmatronh e their Cltore te aofd. Mre." lr ad 65 U e alu t io W Ei
Eas tern Star branch of the orerpwIah P r eie toe i M he act antaim0tdyouarshad 01 r gy" I om lt bb f 'A--

had com to Ocala and bega to a t ,here -hlmosie dy ttemr a ygle ett ate pdlae pe of a at c he bfall"Im ec of- Ve l Vi -'.
member lt into the ,order eh h em M ovie.elo aM Roba tse thit ser na 0wthtred. is. tofi he r t
made a beautiful littlewspeech I S110 "a ia t he hem &

charmed allt and she was fo lowthed creo u mtIh laee eatd Nonases ae. tag westn with e he bUsbei over 0lo Me hr l eait ft
Past Grand Master John R. Walk, am- of Usowa uem aa the meW4 816 thai timeA im WA or tr 40- b baisee the pos W .8" .9 v4

Tiavun ANto n.he d w h e m iba oe to h Aaale Atkiness wuah oh at ap oae wth te p lalorate e aid ae SaMBi WN
SCity nto selet Mrs. n.dther in lus aS- a etoalaou l arCriowe s dia e r aOr.. f ac' gd g ist-neepis edd 8f W a Iwo l4i*bmsa sl
ing the officers of the Eastmaer n .- '-aK ale gIa sb tarm T. aAutb t W sthTen Iaf. MW s. toe 19:dl agWt jagi rg ams-Wrgn t'w
lodge of Ocala.iHepas a id A agt o wft'pauoWg Uphe Wth1 1 ta ta 1 anbd be eas ftmway u A a te of o a ,
tribute Hto Masonry. KJwohn. s Wuer o oo thei b amb i u eat Ate aor ty hainte salted bo lastr me r t -m ii toZaIa
tJudge L. L Hopkins ortf Bellevioston A e. t eartp a aih m the I *ri- eld tshe l pwear e I M a, "mWd l rt. Ie dt ow ebe .o...e.. ..
M.was the next speakerand, being. i catonee and as e s B t -or- t arod a Iotees ete year y iot ab wine 0 tm l
enthusi lt le MasonG and versed In lsr Ma NW eg p tM ore o, Ima I 1to teth wNthet. se repese MhIet lhs tW L. 4
traditions and history of this nec t. ad wi e mrreied d W these i i p heristme dywa ooned tee ted ia IapW wv hew 9"" e g b" w wbeds Ol W 1 ha PmIlt
. organization, .ade a ad R.Res s tahealo, e V a fr aMl, Mv e and s ta e W4sd & dmoo te aadee11ed wtfa PtoUW ,a sd e. t- b '
elicited& applause wild .ommenduqclothJ'- p IW th is o af g tg family. In whe b toois.I Neaillt G"rig 4 Cm Mea k M ad s Wet ..e e
remark dMajor. pI &'. Islr wsao e t he4 Wb olorw. as s esaim bl a ster sa b emaut~ ~- c t-9- break-s lD5teber rydsits&
caTrd fer and we know from his rep- Mim. Ns re toR ., Jim p g a ea mtwea e a fkamibly pCristmas of Itgees e ewa l p r attal
utatIon anhatspeaker he IlluDootttisl ateir slace bthe oChrome Kinret, greatly eisaed, t he rd b eng many l hs me aib

thBelleviject he discussed. r. J MaeKay' beraty. May they Jwery cgifteam t a ew hlte mealstR e elate your gvi tber yer trade. po, tt ote
Brown was nove ktoeoot and they and their ame wdtha duche ae ad chbUEoa trtfol m- 1p, lede a e f
waMrs H.ced on for remarks ant pro -proge-r. d ,. ee' ttle Bo-lo4M. AtLaham' oegeer e .-
wipal of th a ea and fire for high chAoolt han T.see W ta weae th eited et ishe 12t-9t m' dh*eg- TI t 5 hie fg bel
A.Its 1lt fat i. u A kAi-ttevwaft.So 1:.a1

been visiting friends in Ocala f t Mr. M Par who has. grows pI dihalag em bly bMiscU Moore, h wa in s h1 -
few days and left this afternoon for with the o aa .t Mtver & Ma~ where pumeh waw lad ld by Mis. WANT--A hb o 12 or i ys --- of -J -
Gainesville to attend the etate teab ap end 1. an ,,dispeuaable a-es of Allen W. Br4a W a" Ms-. T.. .age to look atte sIp aod ,1e how .
ers' meting. He is a pleasant 11tll*- tbf birm, a alt the TvM he hnb Moore MKM. OrWs wWaI od o ain d; sly. with, the xecta*ti M
man. He said Ocala had attraoits wed ftr them has never met with a ght p ,alk and val lace ad M. learn te p tra e. Apy .
for him and it was always pleasant t. .ap, bet atr d p Moor --k:tu mad cream la. J. W. Akin, ~-M Omaia. I-u 1- h plbegg Alits-'Bu
come and see the Brick City. e a. s-w o Uae- alli Lter i '.th even dalld a hi-o-e .i s tl at of"i ur td -1heth r1 ~,
spoke in -the highest comnmeat W fr M, which. had a 1 te wrrved 'by Mise Le eie Pro-., MoCaB aad hia til~i hd hm Os fmtb t" i
of the newspaper work. done te 4 thosand m ima. etd 1il i'"|if it Th-asher, Mss La Howard Acadumy Kft .day' tol U- wet Ia- weth M* o f.mebtag 41t ,
town by Mrs. Neva Childs, 9 t the iaor and o WVerne DOiW ---MNW Lola Maud ASmith ted the colored tacheW Meet- amlr had beda
Champion and Brother Hare, Of M e MA Chtty. at e a th a ai
News, all of which is quit appaWi h boy ettM ag aid ei iion e hlL i-
to the editor of the Star, who sW ptW sad he wasM om r rewtv", aM.- w. r highly by her ,met s upo n the iNa *l.S~na ~e a A
falls to scan the pages of then. t. what dand mad bruised. *e wa" e m*ue of her entertainment and the fIlE WOO WO
excellent publications. today as usa, hes with ha.uJtng pleasure they had derived from the We bhr&e a large i .t 0 wood# we COW ,
o'-:a _,pent wt ba ht..both as& -k :eAt
The Corner Drugstore wil1 p1 .o d..".'amt somat . ..sw t aWI
accept the thanks of the Star ut" BeBeview is always &" to ete, as Mr. W. N. mp, the phosphate A m LOAD t- A DOLLAR f wee
very lovely calendar for IM. w"bI- e w the eMWt. Miof .m Mr O aI.MO A. W. Bra.le f -p tk p-J
calendar bears the picture of a' regalement. Tha haegi ta the raa paing irea t* SPeak is tha * Aalli l
tiful girl and is entitled *CiMsam' .tf ahammindt lma &t r da teg sa f Mfar eas of IoA fr s -aM .. CO. via prove S .
To fully appreciate this beaatSf Wt agR sed Co0 t B .Wst, 'whWe w kaw 4 aMgae16% the oftcth. --is ee baprese msas a s mm.
wort you must see the subject. W eivWe she town hai. S toyake bgh on las ieale. Mr. W6 '10e
The Star appreciates the w--1.- VaEtw0 t*6 0 SS S t
Allen Rogers gave our lat W Ae g 3l- atbday mad Mdesml Tty Meat th b ty ir a live t.k i t Orpe e d
fair In the Times-Union of S 00. the haMr maid osthepes 4m the . -Thist-b h mega Mot pragr -
It is a very creditable productitsm man d sbit 4 5 mbe he te W we. Meush at Isbt1i bei hes w.S btI s s
he did his subject, which was a 4W the s a4 4hk e j! he*a,- h6eeo-ts is gemer3al term and mw e ise Timhee to WWeioShp a '0 UV 1 On .
one. Justice. a who hOedef the -n e hesg ti stok.-a*iuota Wets in T e e hd r Ay KMd e I
C. H. IDame, organizer for th ipe W; wod-*CHC 1tN WW 1T : CO M
W., received a dispatch this' mng a no p "- rt. at Uh Oak vre agfw wI *we -b
to go to Cocoa, on the east -ME* itw.- up l aesWAany l in ugF lo tw spedad ne pio M ielu
organize a camp. fte left this 1 pe m Us 1 ith b g t M's. Waftsr b l k .4.slwe m
mot b"h -asDt her aAm" er -
<- t *arh i a& wmite as-43g- s .edt.-
Col. J. M. Bryan of Terrell, rssS. .* so' onas IeereuS h la Wesmens bSS
guest at the Mason.c banquet, sll r ..r ,
night, after which he left _10 h"e IhBtwlg g q. Ae A st tsgh agatag- urns' C .F-

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Lanson Paer.e Fil"4 S
G. H. vumm A CO tr. n ............ ...... ,.....0_ _.. _
Meet A Chandet White sa" .....1............ ............. i... .i
Ripin Co., D ...................... .. ................ ... .. ..- W,, me ^ i
The CiSZaM n ounbad M auuii'aV* ^
r. CLARETS I - rnWf
Rudell. a C., o .x d.................. .... ... s.....4 .. Mr. J. S. L at.. am a ts atws
Jules Mrmn A C.. ... ....deau............ ... .. .0. 9 6...v ,+ we+.a i.. U.r..
St. George Vineyard., Calife ia ....... .. ...... ... ... ....d U
Dr. F. UNIM of leltatui to lk-a"
I, WIN. aOaa B- -odor.

okel Bros., Doideh m ................. .. ... .. .. ... -.. ... ..$t* go
St. George Vineyrd* Calil ............. .... o. .o ...0 .. ... 0. 00410 1-, th st
W AUTER s f Dne"
i i -r. aas a' to te a t Oc ala 3tate"
Jul. M. Irman & Co., ereal ..... ... .. ... ... ... .. ...I r
Morto & Guestier, Bordeaw... ....... ... ... ... 3 J. AL w ate.a. ba Bar IN
Cabforni Wine Aoc.... tion .............. ........ ...t e... .(..$ .- nthjl Oe m a e as M
PEROh ieMr. C. T. o Mer at Lduw. W"s a Bdjsw
Prancesoe Cinman, Turin (Itaian)....... ... ... ... .. o* .h.e1* Oeol n-r Intl,
Sabo & Ci. Maroill, (F es o ) ............. ... ... go. .. .... 3 S
Victor Gstior Cie ......................... ... ..... ... ... M...... Mr F, a ofe s t sae &
DrMTo Wpecto I &-IN te dty. e .ame
r 9m B ve bai se e"t ftor a hte..
C. IvitenA C, Jere ,Sp .... ... .. .... M fe day* of Mt. PW Mer.
H. do .Gell Tanrrgena,.. Spain...o.. ... ... ... ..... ... .oS r
Garrett ........................................................... *..$ok J1 C o fL'4Bmbtw was a b.-
PORTS lamcalr to the d today.
Gram A Coe................................. ............... Mr. ue.r .lt zd for a
Garrett a D................................... .. ......0.4$ e 1. t e lt e to i tm a" in a em .
Golden Gate ApriCot Wine ........ ..... ..* .o.. ,, .., ,s... ..41o& Mt. a M1s. 3. 5. Weiathers re r r
Golden Gate Oriange Wine ............... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....I.* tumd 1 Ta 7trfy. panm t
Garrott Blackberry ........... ........ ...... ..... ... ... ...$ to m
Garrett Scuppornong ........................... ..... .. .1J Mr. W. I. 3L ey ot South Lm4e t0rene
Garrtt Virginia Dre ...................... ...... ... ... ........ .. .1 Weir, wa e sa In tM iy today.
IMPORTED WHISKIEST Btohe rf T .m tohe *
Lowi. & Co. London ,Jamaica Rum...... ... ....... ." ... MAo out a"hile th id&1 U1 tu
Duanvie Ca. Irish Whisky ................. .... ... .......... ... 1W
Ray Stch Whisky ............... ............. ZOlt .. ... ....a.d A t a fly' 1J t M
black and White Sotch Whisky ........ .... ... ... .. ... ...4 e 00 mr l r the M ad -
Haig & Haig Stch Whisky ........" "....... ... ... ... 'iw. ... ..,.. t amly* m t-O tro
Schiedam Gin ............ ... ......... ... .. .. .. ........ ,..i a
We a c a I t K 1 I e d M -f M tor a bi. a. xi .Somt S5Sa -*w
0 Fr1aers, T Ale, br C, opes AK .** t1. S -% a
Mha Waters. Mr. Geoarg p.w, .the. Sao*. h
orange grower tauake, wa in the the a Me

R M lBER PIEL'S BEER; THAT REAL GER NBREW cit 7 "*" t bins. 5"
ho les typewrltar? C. Davis A Co. ty that
gener alagemt ca b
SMr. a Mmrs. C. a aes of Cis- tamerII
etmnati, are Mamg least aright's ar- Joa
& Kea n rivals & Cothe .sose. fm**

OCALA. FLORIDA "h" ~r oa 4.
--- --- --- Ocala, a Melr & MacKay'. thea*

Marlon Realty Co. .-m0 S., ". iai e, wet t
Oc&al Hou l ast alsght. buhsin
A baeutWt assortment tf trsae W iwi
-p\ tre, uatil Janasry at. wl" hbe ,
$7i0so.oo 0 ,.at$1aa .Mever& MacKay.
Mr. J. I Walker of TituMsilnl was
NO. 20K.-The above price is asked for one of the of b t Tlvestments guest Mof th Oa4 Houme yesterday
ever offered. 100 acres best farm land. t acres now In ltatimo s and SO "i4 t .
acres in woodland. New American Field FMen rnoadi dlaee. also oe small
two-room cottage and a bil two-story barn. Irw humAled frult trees on The aget ship slt of Nunnay's: ew T
place, including oranges, rapefrult.nd other tropid trafts. Nf bought CnDIds that t ~ O ame to OCala, ast ow"W
at once will Include one 10-inch Chill plow, one Scotsk harrow and one I t t e Ptpo Drdg Store
horse, wagon and harness. This place ls three miles firl Martelt hard "
road, seven miles from Ocala. Mail delivered to yor dor eve dy by Mr. **. W. D to amoeaful real OCicl
Star Route R. F. D. Easy terms. estt a.d b smB, made a chueah
buane trip to MeIatesh yesterday. t
00. C. Dsvi A& JejAbcks6dvinme,
$200 Cash WIN c* '- ant moo i
$C 4a witn se any .me- st econd-hnd -,"
typewriter UMp- aa tems If deired
NO. 15A.-Five room house halt mile from Citra. with a two-acre or- I I
chard and good wire fence. The house Is nearly mnew. '"ts i an tNal Mn & t Dlk ain the Hentats Lu i,
home for a winter tourist, and is an exoeptlonal laveatm t., Parity aes er Compay, hasrettmed fr.- a ?I
money and must sell at once. Wilfrent for 8.W math. busime trip to Ta Owea
,, '* 'gL"*m.
Seed yo oreacriptio busatea.
S ,We are th-py prepared to handle
Marion Realty Co.
hti Lalo litte came in this vst to
.e.l)10' ASHER FRANK, **ua*** uoml from BMt ad t* thhto
guest e of hn. Mhae Icsch. IrBBmt

,A r LA handle ,lk typewriter ribbeas, 76c. yo ; .
each:; P.5 per oeee .am.a
ner Dri
M rs. Luits PIlams of Terret. was
Sthe et for a day of Mrs. W. D. i-s

pe en. _- n <

S ,Mro (
_____ Mr. J. H. Strnk, who Is now ral- t p
rad agent at Floral Cty, ceae up to* the ael

day to visit his wife and children, church,
SNOw to thOtie ti-o pnt your ga6 -a*
Twenty flVe per tfht i :-n---U
11ed tor ta plant-.g. Tyding* C M. r.
i Miss Beatrice Sinclair of Talt-
S0 1W OSC baee, ist home with her mother, Mrs. Call
SI1-*wIDliam Shnclair for the holiday. i
B L W -- V say. do you drink whisky at Ro ogSS!
g can's pce? There you "t purean
.oodn. oRean, the=9 -to rdew lola Mrs. I
Is the figure we will sell the remainder of oar fto*d of At.anat
shoes at. The goods are all new and of the very bst in uch. e ke m .wwn hr..
known makes. AFTER A FEW DAYS all of to ho a receive reward.
the stock remaining will be shipped to the. Mki ry M esbbs mand bench.. One Oa.tW
o. the adinomiet Imes you ever saw.
at Zuber, so make your purchase before thal e and dcver MacKay.
save nearly half of what you usually Vour shoes po drct from the
.aheries. Pris that surprie, at the B5aey g
M ar ST W* Anti-Monopoly Dhrgstore. aemha
oneDo e of"t p&a8d two poch by all b
st esepebs, very best grade, for S
The oe at Tramph & Co. We a
J M. MEFnERT, Proplietor. rg NT-r ht ho useB. at taP
_______ keepag. Apply at No. 64 North Mag. m.
S.sesa street. 2-7-x
W r E IVT TMMV.TNsI aer -Al we. i as" Turn u "' nmn. *

- a now omo I

..... ... 4

k their
of pa ms 6'a4~~ A
thi ew, seai
mad vutglm or.
a atthe 4i e & as
sr 25 w wws "Frowa M,
-g at"e4t~~t

I baOpf rawmv.sao

Ji m -

S" 4M ift the%

-mft s se tftwk

I.te uattwado oos*,kft
fb. -ac nit. k
Nis. 1.
wa tAwpim. s im e -M~t', 7,"pm`'*

C. a* Gmt, the 0mnow, -sob
V eSgn -in Grs" ~hma
returned hemm edy

labnd today Ita~ u~a


~omg we tooa

at -returnhm vfMr. -atl
"@*anay the to their ieseE- VWl

~~ couheaai M h 'aw-
are qu"4 bqumd W i' lWs fa
aind TWa, as It iathw~inali At
anes., heu no 1wk ad M-
cMdi tam to *vsytm, Sold L
drehesdiresb uwe
to dirink s" SIL Gee and"
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Is assured you w you buy Dr. Pierce's faaly duiciaes-for
all thde ingredients hearing mto the are gind e th bhthD
wrappers and these as attested u nder atA being congke and
correct. You know )t what a A for amnd the
ingredients are gathed from ? l or r bngi sumstae
from the most valua'e native madinmdl wooi i hd zi
our American forestA and whne potent to acue e puc a
lesseven to the m delicate womea and Ciadr

Not a dhrw d aefaot M ei e - tlMl eem.
po tioa. t N dak haed r ad- -k- eim d be
afo prI0--.' ia temr, .-o m da, r
u~uae :-;--"- ,.------, W
reftaed 4eHe. ThM ag-nt aw
triasle M parowptw Ags e o *- s betaj g a vmahaea

Glycerine plays an important part in Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery in the care
of indigestion, dypepsia and weak stomach, attended by sour rsg, heart-burn, foul
breath, coated tongue, poor appetite, eein a stomach and kin-
dred derangemets of the stomach, liver and bowes&
Besides c all the above disctsing dlnnits the "Golden Medical Discovery"
is a specific f diseases of the mucous memiranes, as catarrh, whether of the nasal
passages or of the stomach, bowels or other organs. Eve-in its ulcerative stages it will
yield to this soveign remedy if its use be persevered in. In Chronic Catarrb of the
Naal passages, it is ell, while takg the Golden Medical Discovery" for the cssy
constitutional trsinnt, to cleanse the passages freely two or three tunes a day with Dr.
Sage's Catarrh.Remedy. This thorough course of treatment generally cures even the
worst cases. -
In coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial, throat and hlung affections, except
consumiuon, the "Golden Medical Discovery" is a most efficient remedy, especially in
those obstinate, haun -coughs caused by irritation and congestion of the bronchial
mucous membrams. The "Discovey" is not so good for acute coughs arising from
sudden colds, nor mint it be expected to cure consumption in its adv.wced stages-no
medicine will do that-but for all the obstinate, chrome coughs, which, if neglected, or
badly treated, lead up to consumption, it is the best medicine that can be taken.
To find out moe about the above mentioned dienees and al about the body in health and di-
ease, get the Cvmnh Sense Medical Adviser-the People's Schlmamter in Medicine-re ed and
up-to-date book of 1000) pes-which treats of diseased conditions and the practical, succesul tret-
ment thereof. Cth-bounm sent post-paid on receipt of 31 cnts i enat stamps to pay cost of
mailing e,. Address I. L V. Pierce, Baalo, N. Y.
II I I. I. ... .I. ... .II. . .

Marion Hardware Co.



Paints, B

ifiders Hardware,
Farm Implnments,

Blinds, Varnishes, Carpenters' Tools

Saw Mill, Phosphate and Turpentine Supplies.

Guns, Revolvers, Ammunition, Leggings, Hunting Coats, Gf asa

State agents for and carry in stock Implements
and Gasolene Engines of the International Harvester

American and Elwood Field Fence. .

H. B. CLARKSON, General Manage

Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat in the
and Lung Trouble Prevents Punewnopia and Consumption M.LAw. PAMMl



For 2.Ei!and 'Indigestion

Uf you Suffer fem6 m 1.h -myspom-s(een
the Stamac Dlchiu. u, ILc H
etc, litlcKoe l d.1 willIslm you amst asm

Kodol supplies the Usam1 du
Juloes that are found In a Int
1.a.* not"& ft 1i.-IA O

Two PsMyvnia Families are
in@ the Problem of HNmw to
Happy Thouh Wedded


Washington. Pa., Dec. 2S.-Bewl-
dertng relationships among members
of tlro Bat Flanle township families
have resulted from the marriages of
a father and his two sons and a wid-
ow and her two daughters. The three were celebrated within the
last two monthM.
Henry Dmaner, an aged farmer.
whome second wife died nearly a year
ago. engaged Mrs. Maris Richmond as
his housekeeper. It was agreed that
two daughters of Mrs. Richmond,
Lurcy, aged 1C, and Jennie, aged 19,
should lve In the Dflinger home with
the father and his two sons, Charle
and David. After a timA the aged
farmer married Lucy Richmond, and
the two amuiles continued to occupy
the Same house. A few weeks after
the firet marriage Mrs. Richmond be-
came the wife of David Dlinger, the
elder son. Jennie Richmond and
Charles DllUnger. were next stricken
with the matrimonial fever and were
married last week The three tam-
Ules now live n the Bat Finley
township home of the elder DlIwnger,
al apparently hap and contented

To stop a ouagh or cod Is just ass
as it tartsthen there wm be
damcer ot pmenumoma or cuns u-pt
Jut a sew domes oBamard'es He
beuad as p tak- at the stait 1
stop the ceash. If t ha bee. run1
e for mmetlme the treatment wil
leoer, but them ure t m. Siold
the Anti-Monely Drw tore.


WOO& .q- ..

asir 1 TO CUT m r.
That was a lmg time age
Dowm at labertyvMl thema.aswe
time eememd to atsia as. The elm..
mu14 gait was me VO Wa
body worked, Nonn11 -- 306,9v47-1
body knew everybody. Gmra mm
west barefoot on oeeamLom. Jl -
Tme was dow.
Whe yoa got off th ca te the bli
ety the atmfopmire ea tbertyyflle
jF yet about yow
My. how people meln @Wy tha
weg Sohm On a be. Woud4 the a-p
e .pratt way dow.a at LOuy9le.
Tellw kaknowing yow et You
would hide y1or Terdantcy. meantime,
poor boy, evry motlo, yor awm t,
your ait, gave you away. r.. ye
petch yedyo Befor em you tek
two Steyi you wee -peteiv I as ---try
To couldn't keep the of
yew. eye; you eosddbt em keep you
mouth eloeSa. it was not atnday, yet
everybody was dried up r Tow feet
hld kwm motl g but coMtWr rno
Here everywhere you west the pave-
mest covered the whole roadway .
Tou "rabbere" at the tan bfldlma.
Hem was a new sky le. Dowr at
ubemrtyrvme Joai a ca's 'ates eam -
porm"-the pride of the towo-was
emly two station with the "ope
hoom" Upstair. Base were great plate
giass wtodmws. S as the font of
Sim's barn. And street earmt
Oh. It was all g leomly sw!
Wbh, hra's the le e wheie father's
Trbuse is priate. There's .a tr
load of odas boxes saie as In msoth
er' pantry-which makes you a amlt
Not a aoul knows yea.
ad the oys 0S yew age-here are
om of them, j u out at kamee
breeche trading m the curb ear the
board o trade ad talking uan un-
kawa n argem. What a gulf between
these smart chapel adl y! Could you
ever cateh up?
And the swinglng brides sand the
lake craft ad al the marvels that
umade Ulertyviae a specks
That mwas leos as
Now th* eft ways it eusIy up
ye. At Libertyrle you weuld have
followed a brass batd fr half a day.
Here you 4o set evM 0 to the widow
whem the maItarry band cashes by.
Brick walls sad eoe paveinatsal
elevatos and a stofy eoce and a deSk
pn highe'mldom b ft tuf cleared
up-ar you really of these ,n w ml
stuff as tt ia t med. lom4af ue, tew
And yet-
How yor tired sapirt goes back to
the dear days at Li ertyvale, where
the foals were alB "M happy and s
poerr ... .
Mr. M. McLaney. Prentiss. MMla,
writes. "I was con ned to my bed
for three month with Idnewy and
bladder trouble, aMd was treated b
two a lhicians but ailed to et relef


One of the reatest eu-meI
about the home Is omeo those-Aun-
ed In a mait6, ama o eseeveT
never seoed or Umoakl. Get y,-
mother or sister ome aSam TWo
stes a sd prfees. AA& .I t 'r
to Ahow thom n to yew ,
Have yoe e oued oup $WmS

kidneys and s isdearT ave Ms eo
- In 1l0es sees r, alst s ;m" ".eN
aw? Have yea "n 0ke
of the face, seseciall --iu was?
Too ftq a dlear a t .=M ,
It so, WHameh Keey s M
you old by t

no .-WP-------------- -- -W--
h No human tongue can tel how I suf- L. CASMI KI
M- fereds and I bad given up hope of eVer ___
- setting wea until I began takng At the secod I a e aht
ley's Kidner Remedy. After ankng you ete tbe c mh.s i t iea
dw twe bottles I ft mae a new perso blag a lAst-dueam isedet a
b s feel It t dar" to tell mUwring teemd t
b weome what aeaW O dnw Iaedy Florida Met esOI t P SOu 644
did for me.7 o toraB draggist5 Seagsu Etj ehble PrsWh b -

vas Wlea a ai f >1
ia -.u tmn ota wmnl .tMean
l-me -hr l ty Allow

e ~ the that te ab6ph la

It .m to .a* a a.a e ritna e-2
bant mlb amt gw ap

lw pto is, MOB -out flowoat" -
wfs tits alotwe bpram n su

emwr t arih t r dla Am
ba.e t es estab. "la tm sal toa W-

St aefl tAsm, n to tab e i l uaAsB
mai ase du.a I amubt
plvlqifsutB Bmi to he suber abaYes
*bett. A ranway trained c taow-
ly *5tlw tra"m aeOt eItftBU a
back ma M wtaswe)oaktam-
ly ppmm fromt eorw apmretony
lVlowed pt befoo t arq Lm. Thal
w reama that t lW a
teae thrsna a bius wie to a
seam Oiny a sat surface. Now t apt
pan owls cmngms t a t-4 thor
o thw manderful seM Cm eom and
Ia. emr fmngtmn. btat evsn -d sa
Irll.sM e u. that come beK to a
real s TlvM that we may Ive th
vW agfd te ister 1 day. The daio
ftm a ttmte ta hmet b14teffil
of a. After haItag asea ap tarbgh
thmin la e e en as ng m Htann we
em the wbwr llows )at beW ow
ear, the shadow of our baltoow naitan
upon their white Sulftee Thb shad-
ow is often eurronade by a bale 8
ranbow eolosn of wru beaity. At
ae times eOe haia the ftep of lar-
Inag lft thm earth ooMpletely and t
have rleacied me other planet. The
white mmme Jast below soeea to be
quit seoMi and took u tbough ea
might atop out et the ballot and ta
a strwu ver them If one only had
=awashe-. The air s wou asully
clear and pure and gives ea a feeug
of ebNearadtea maU gremasr thm that
en)ore ha emontaa ettbftn. aht
them, snrprmfa that htelhoolag hi gap
May g a .po. er4' 4t?.
A. Heaery te C@tmrj.

wi.. ty

'th em- :.J

Fmirstd be ift 1910qus6 a

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T bift a. i
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Is the cboe o w-s fPtat V@t 10

"Iews tat a.timeavlWiagpon. 2
fvront,0them 98am ninhmt -t'

That the wt eto bAd mw
newsr praiseothe IWO Ok-
thatuithe towarr tedant ~the w -
IaManete, sites r-iy A- h
Naumben'b" aidm b M eja

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