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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 30, 1908
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03050
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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Roms 9. 10o and ir,
Second Floor, Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon

Phone 211
Ofloe Hours- to 12 a. m.; 1 to6 p. m.

Charles 0. Hulbert, N. D.

am l Sinq"
Office Second Floor The Munroe and
Chambllm Bank Building, Ocala,
Telephones: Office, 122; Residence, 45
Offie Hours
$-It a. m.. 2-4 p. m. 7:20-130 u. m.


Plans furnished
on application.

P.O. lbi U.

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lontezuma Barbershop

In Connection With the Hotel Off*e
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tentlo nto all. Special attentIon to



t A. DETTEMRCH. Pmnrietr



An elegant, exclusive line and will he
ieassed 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
mtted at ence and guaranteed as to
woerkmanehip, fit and quality of goeds.
I also have an elegant line of sam-
ples se that you are sure of finding
what you want. Respectfully,
Je.ny Btanett

The Exclusive Tailor, Burnett Building
Fort King Avenue.



City horses boarded 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 horseshoeing done.

[ f. GUERRANT. Y. So

Day Phone 180

Night Phone 116

IdlE & ClA

pUNERAL TmR &--r 0

Unumom sAidEnkw
W &- *.wAi At SINani Ewrb

Thesands of Liues Le4t by OW1-
t-wn -- :edaod. *BmqIqd AlIv
Under ne ftl. and VuOdmi.
aRs"m the Ded
Roue, Vee. N-The deaster hi the
province of Ca ris and t*e inaMd Of
Sicily haa assumed sta..s. pro-
portloms "tb sacessive report re-
ceived fram the stricken retea mak-
Ing it em apparent that the first
stories of widespread destructis were
lUttle, if any, e tid.
Messina alone ftP6ts 12. vic-
tims. but It is feared this is only a
partial list of the dead nad wounded.
Reports are ceinag in trem other
towns giving eslates of the dead
therein fro eWe up to several thou-
sand. Reggle saWl r mIis t Iam
tra eelatlon. It is- Impossle to`
get word frtm te s triekm, a w.a
silence gives rise to the moot feartu
Other dispatches received here
place the dead at "Meesina at even
more appaltlhg gures. The Tribuma
publishes a telegram saying the eas-
ualitles will reach a total of 765,0
persons. This report has not been
The robbers pillaged the ruins of
the shattered bquldings, and even
stole clothing and valuables nfro the
corpses of the victims. They were
not deterred by the flames that broke
out in several sections of the city, but
took advantage of the light for their
The night In Messina was ene of
horror Indescribable, Ore. robboe,
dead and dying on every side; city to
utmost confusion and people panic-
stricken and under spell of terror. The
finest palaces, churches snd theaters
of Messina are heaps of ruins. Count-
less dead bodies are scattered through
the wreckage. Devastation over en-
tire district was more or less com-

If we could talk to you personally
about the great merit of Foley's Hmney
and Tar, for coughs, colds 'and lung
trouble, you never could be bmndced to
experiment with unknown prepatra-
tions that may contain some harmful
drugs. Foley's Hney and Tar costs
you no more and has a record of forty
years of cures. Sold by all draggists.

Earthquake Has Caesed the Ansiest
Veleano to Resme Opmloemlw
Catanla. Bicily. Dee. 30.-Mount
Aetna is this morning showing con-
siderable activity, and detonations
which can be plainly beard In this
city. 1bgether with a volume of smoke
rolling -ent o the. crater, have added
to the panic of the people.

A farmer on Rural Route 2, empire,
Gas. W. A. Floyd by name, says:
"Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured the two
worst sores I ever saw: one on my
hand and one on my leg. It Is worth
more than its weight In gold. I would
not be without it if I had to mortgage
the farm to get it." Only Sic. at
all drug stores.

Many People from America and Other
Parts of Europe in Southern
Rome, Dec. 30.-One hundred for-
eigners who were sojourning at a ho-
tel in Trinidad, are said by refugees
from that place to' have lost their
lives In the earthquake.
The tourist season was in full swings
and hundreds It not thousands from
America and other parts of Europe
were in Southern Italy and Sicily
when the earthquake occurred.

About yourself when you are crippled
with rheumatism or stiff Joints-of
course you've tried lots of things and
they tailed. Try Ballard's Snow Llnl-
ment-It will drive away all aches,
pains and stiffness and leave you as
well as you ever were. Bold by the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

AutheratiOt Prlysed erthquge
and Military had to Take Charg
Rome, Dec. --The news rom Mes-
sina paints a picture ofet horror than
can hardly be described. The dis-
aster has assumed such staggering
proportions mthat the autholties seem
ti be unable to cope wth the situa-
tion. The military have taken charge
and are doing all that is possible to
bring order out of the chaod.
Passing counterselt money is no
worse than substituting some un-
known worthless remedy for FWey's
Honey and Tar, the great eough and
cold remedy that cures the most ob-
stinate coughs and heals the lug
Bold by all druipst
Messina. Dec. 3.-Fllowing the
'Srhilaa -m talwave hb&%

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Behold the stiTre of the Old Dominion upon wheap .te eeoe em
pliqlegsa of the house of lords recently conferred the title of Lad .a b
of (Cmsro. ln the 8eottish peerage. Before the layitg eo f he thie tt h
Wa Mr. Albert Kirby Falrfax. The committee ha" te. t:f y UBlN
other 4m eofry evidence to prore the deseent. The decrdma. of the .e
tMWe do6 not give the beneficiary a mt In the house eo loe


they cannot reach the seat of the dis- Nati m n s e 1f t l M .
ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu- trio l"tly Il ,
tonal disease, and In order to cure It Ho eor
yo0 must take Internal remedles.Hall's Rome, Dee. 30.-Offer of help and *
Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and messages of sympathy Iaw he b tre- :-.
acts directly on the blood and mucous ceived by the kl n' aid the- .W
sVfataces. Hails Catarrh Cure is not et from various natre A.
a quack medicine. It was prescribed the first messages was one _t m-
by one of the best physicians In this Ident Rooevelt and manst- a
country for years and is a regular King Edward. Tbe mn s w
preciptlno. It Is composed of the accept aid when the extent of the ___
bet tonicS known, combined with the aster realid. A
beft W iood purifiers. acting directly on a__tr __i___e______.

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the mucous surfaces. The perfect -.V 11aat
oomblaation of the two Ingredients Is
what produces such wonderful results
In eurag Catarrh. Send for testimo-
nials tree. ,a u
r. J. Chmeney a& Co., k'ropa, Toledo, O..
*el4 by druggists, price 75c. Take ,
Halls FPmily Pills for constipation.

feti '
BirmIngham, Ala., Dec. 30.-Two .
dead bodies have been recovered and
eight more are known to be buried in
an Immense cave-In of a trench at the H I IT IR
blast furnace plant at IBuraey last -
night. Several other laborers were
Insured as also were two foremen who
were superintending the work. Most a
of the dead were foreigners. I
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you -
woeld never suffer from kidney, bled- O Y I S hes
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two f
eaths' treatment. Sold by druggists- L
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr. Smelift his iaa 6the 6 M-it
B. W. Hall, 2924 Olive street, St. m-g
Louts, MissourL

American Sattleship Fleet is Passing -
Threugh the Red as Opens into tje .aiof
Sues. Dec. ".-The American bat- e'
tieship fleet under Rsar Admiral 00W HOUIW .
Sperry. passed Perim. at the entrance O^ lg.r. tUi & l I
to the Red Sea yesterday. All on Offers the very best service of1 the
board the fleet are well. The vessels skilled workmen with modern a- p :P -n
are due here January 3rd. pliances. Strictly saniary. E -
HAD A CLOSE CALL tric fans, electric f. maeg. KO OZSIN T11 M
Mrs. a L Croom. the widely +a l l-_n_
known proprietor of the Croom Hotel,
Vaughn, Miss, says: "For several VINCENT C. OETTCMI4. nages. inre I.M
months I suffered with a severe cough, the ere
ad consumption seemed to have its 1 Jea *W I
grip on me, when a friend recommend- fPft N I 6 O t, g l ----- ,
ed Dr. King's New Discovery. I began eI. e. rrLI Um r e e sr l a-- t faW ihn s T
taking It. and three bottles affected a we aU. AW- "S .Mh.
complete cure." The fame of this life A aI '-"
saving cough and cold remedy, and A, r MlTI.
lung and throat healer is world wide. 'tJ : '* *'-
Ueld at all drg stores. Fifty cents P r | Sh # m l
and SLW. Trial bottles free. Uhp R$t st Ja -m
Port of Spain. Trinidad, Dec. 30.- Ocat=1 Rho4" fedAlW .b a S
There has been fighting at Macuro.N ov e g t,11 7
on the Veesuelan coast, between the J
adherents of former President Castro N i 4
mad the crew of a gunboat working in
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A Star reporter called at the b--
pital this morning and &f 1rP-
ta into eslenlst coodtesaL. TWher
four white patients there i ,~ktW
males and two females. Ma w -
warde, the matroa. i greatly .aMd
wit the remembrances the IWa
nreelved as Christmas remiml '-TIe
hospital was the rtecplet f .314.
ot wtch Mr. Rofel Kating etrib-
lted NM also a dosen b"" c c
wbtk*y tor medicinal purposes. a bex
t osages and a turke. MlM"s
se tse aptot BSandar seCl lt a

*Mar t hl and ece twnel;, !M
So.d pMOW cae. The Klin BM
ter seat a owol anM sou- WL "
The aa tok* e atr S
ts art **TI theS gftoit Mrt T.,.
aunrf- t* theitr ofroms with p lM
m aso twe Our pheos fa MW ,
06t4a4 Camp, Th i hopi hu -il
of iralar ith ietwIkd an ,1 eatm g1t1
the noem betan without
There should peop ee t Ide MW
to aid to e hospd It wal In mob t
wae d other room wa itht deemo d
ether e s d th Our people thllsei
d ta eet prhe sred mtal, beclM f
mlset wor Its wrk and we tm e
It le dams for euaffbei hNgW. -it
Is growing n Poptularityed o nd tal-
NOW and as our people W i n H Uil
Wdere oto aid It will grow.
The 4a0ls rioomi was steorlla erat-
e for Christmams and thoe there ta-
JMoed a wetl prepared metaLt M.
ward twenis certainly a witin a
mc1iemt worker and the a uaeme
IS to e resatulate s on seca urln er

We ahoet forgot to may that amo*
the SIfW received was a sterlizer fr
dheay Insruts ansed at the hoteptaL.

MUf'. aSsie I Leighton. d B toft.
Mase, representing the Bost" His-
h Journalha seen pend the lne
Past twenty-four hours in Q(Cla In
the Interest of a special alisslo. edl-
Uot of that publication. Mhe left to-
day far Flauna and the amto60t.
where fhe wil speed the lesson le
tbhe nteest of the paper she repre-
sents. -0 e was very mch pleased
with Oetla and our people, Who re-
celved her courteously.

Mr. John M. Graham, of the ab.
tramt ln of Graham Broe., wOl ac-
ept &l thanksu for a very handsome
eMImadaS for It. It contanag a pIe
two el a returning bridal people to.
the b" 4"MiutOad their
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Peron deirlnr a ow eof the
mlum isot of the next state fair
obtain same by addressing W. F.
tall, Secretary, Tampa, IMa.


MajK Tenth, state fair eommis-
esoner for Alachua county, states that
AlacbUa will have a fine exhibit. Two
years ago this coutny shared with
Poly the grand championship primu at
the state -r., and it win make aa
elort ttMs year to take the whole

John Harden of Homosassa, who
was eW inte at a late terms eaort
at Ina!ress of killing cows law-
fully a4 mtenced to two yeas Im-
psmmoment was given up by his
hdeis,- because of his unruly
emeduw Chrestmas and sent to the
turpentine camps to serve his sen-

Mr. and Mex Frank Dtllard of Mar-
tel, after spending Chrittm with
led. ned ear Ocala, returned house to-

Dr. SBeve, manager of the West-
assee Lumber Co, at Inverses, re-
t1u1..-today from Sparks. Ga, where
he weOt to be present at the maOnrsge
f hias wife's sister, Miss Kate Martin
to Dr. A .I Hwell. of New=e .
"a"d te i couple went to New
S Oream en e irb honeymoon.

* Ixte eabs attefdsa the'
befe tha
subjectt I *Needed Uibrary L Iasb
SA A lorlda"; W n Neafle 8nteveM
a paper, s bject. "The Place te
Tearmy Ploga in Pribmry Werw;
Pot. J. H. Workman, subject, aom.
Wlty Msettows. Oa is won reprel
0amted on the program.
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S- yesterday fterasonia n computs t
MUa. AMs r deyfeof r p .
4aK MIMs Anate Sarpe, et AStlanta,
ac B em occasion was a very pass.
at me. MIse Mary Conner sad
flo. l b& pCondon,
es iwtI the afternaen. Wi
was very pleasing.
wOet br agatl and clean up es
M Bed Cross stamps yet an 6W.
Tels em et tbem at the drugteS.
Pat them m our letters and New
Teoa's biba.
4M .~ 2. MUmo-Price, with the
ma w yesterday of the deo at

UlMM handsome silver cups hm
gmlt 'to be gtiv as pra to e
" aPa Ia the college aaa d .


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it MMi enOOW64 REPoirT

The Bd Craem stamps, which wWere
pt os sale two wees before Chrilat
mas i the drudmtor sand at ,the
postofIMe had the followIng sale:
Anti-Monopoly Drugtore .......
Corner Irugstore ............... 49
Tydngs* f& Co. .................. 1o
Dr. Win. Anderson .............. 11L
Ocala News Co. ................ Ml
Posetice Drugstore .......... M...O
Posteace ad at Burnet's ......n9o
Teti old In Ocala ...............U
Seat to Leesburg ...............1m
Total ....................7...
We took l stampsI to sell. so
have about 2S on hand, and we are
oing to ask that you e s tamps on
your letters of thanks for Chrlstma
present., and the business mens
their New Year'sn bMs, receipts, etc.
Mark Twain sald:
Ladles: In paying New Tear bts
and ao in postpoalnf them, I will
stick on a bed Croms tamp. f you
will s mugg st In print that the whole
comtry do the same Red Crse
will prosper to your content. I know
this*. for I know that all America Is
warm at the heart and generous at
thli time of the year and wll thank
yO for your suggestion and follow
It. '
The Civic League Is under lasting
tkions to the drugstores that so
k consented to sell the stamps;
to th. young ladls who worked so
authully amd wen in the ponet-em
'&& at Burnett's; to Postmaster Cro l
ato to Mr. Burnett for many favor;
'to .th our dally papers for pris
iofiwes and cooperation In every way;
and most of all to Mr. Jake Oergt, who
used his own advertising space in the
papers to advertise the tamps, and
took such an active Interest tn help-
Inl the sale In many ways.
After New Year you won't have to
hear of the Red Cross stamps, but do
aue them on all your letters titf
then, so that your fiesds will kaow
Ocala Is right In the line of the na-
tional anti-tubercubals cempalghn.

The little ones of the Junlor Wp-
worth League were delightfully enter-
tained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. M.
M. Little, their faithful teacher. "m
the guesstag contest for something
indispensable to a Christmas dinner
Misses Gladys Martin and Kate Rents
tied for the honors.
Mrs. Little read beautifully a little
Christmas story In the Uncle 1M3
Magazine. entitled "If You Don't Be-
lieve in Santa Claus." All who beev.-
In Santa were permitted to view 8
beautiful illuminated Christmas tree.
They all believed. Each guest re-
ceived a numbered, Christmas card to
correspond with some article on the
Light refreshments were served and
in the center of the table stood Santa
in an auto, with cake wrapped in
holly napkins for each guest. The
table presented a lovely picture, dec-
orated In white, with holly leaves and
frosted snow. The bouoe was beauti-
fully decorated, for the occai n. MLia
Florence Walters assisted Mrs. LIttle
In the entertainment, which made all
the little hearts glad.

On the Departure of Mrs. P. R.
Bridges, from the W. H. M. S. of
the Ocala Methodist church.
Whereas. Sister Bridges, our prelsd-
ins elder's wife. Is no longer to be
with us; and,
Whereas, she has been a faitlhaul
member of the W. H. M. 8.; therefore,
Unsolved, first,. that we shall maie
her from our midst; second, that we
bespeak for her a oordial wsleei i,
Into the society were her lot Is cuast;
third, that our prayers and beat ishes
shall go with her to her new ield of
labor; fourth, that a copy of these
resolutions be placed on our minutes,
also a copy be handed to Sister
Mrs. R. H. BarnettL
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
Mrs. C. N. Kirkiand.

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mue n o"aMdtisawn MA1.
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11 omplrilesb" preued a w

vahab tsh add Al

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have ~be OmaiwndZjbb*

gro es w eT bee s Wespeom
&in eb by ~paisg wt ea Uimist
fa ftno- alkmob" p"asu.*

avens, beamm of the uaaeriait ma
bu-aftt is a mcm ow mlww*'
be 0a eful l X63al Mise ~ ~ b
umpl tuhated sp ain blh M m i
o.tA ashm=imof SW ma

my watbeaft of plka -aatotI"tI
?amdtls =olk.Pso*

aim madofmes falllb.bil
tow"m m mad sebu% "*lowal
eabsb 61pas~esand hatI
wales"- Mwh
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.em.m ~i p 36jjgainn-.- -.- t.

twms the a" ad a ae t iMf .* -
sthedg ll W7 tXtt r o .&

Mlmt et. The aU the .
elr a s e I SI.M t at an b---

It q emamtod that s total of 1a,4*
steanh.ui wtb a total of c S, ,.
toMss oad .m maam$ *she with a Ate Ur thheiu
teOnage of SMW ster the harbor of Ae citY. hoe i m-Wt -1
tasufall. The plate prncp Wea x an~Paw

lak a few beldkai at atIk -jy. Aftet
the great arthWake of l32 the city We no 6e d ~
had to beaa mteatreiy rebumt. The -
pmenmt day thealJ ts ha ao w*I*r.-**

do not stat whether Mondas que .
deroyedlt. -

MEETIN o0 sUoU: E-- "
A meeting of t e hserbe o the
fad raised to anist the hold of a
HaTiOn ounty o r c lou t .
hsftyF evem.l Dets4ier ; i mw
at 7:N p. 6 at the court house In
Oeala. A report will be r rned' of
the reelptst and eupenditure, and a
Ml discharge requeted -by those
haSif ba charge the -4minit"r-titer
of the fl&s. After this uWeetmg the
etekholders of the Marion County
Pir Ameataq will be ea In sa e e-
aems to reeve a report from the
pI det, m retary sa treasurer et
the phymal coltim of the osaansa-
tn. All obstbamni scouts mast
-be, eated before above date to be

m, Presidmt -
D. .hW m, uer : t
*9. T. Munro, Treasurer,

At 11 o lock this mon Ia frot
f Riders. deprtstent tere, ona Ceo-
tral avenue, the ftgbht car of the .
Peter*bur and uOlf railway collided
Wth the Petesburg Stiam Laun-
dry wamgon. The he was instantly
illed a the ner driver was
thrown to the pavement and sustain-
ed spralas and other Iunjure--st.
-P tembr ndiMp ea~t- 1 tl.
This oIne Was t-he amousld clay-.
bmak that Dr. Walter Hood used to
drive ais later Capt. Pyles drove to
his bm. Capt. Pyle. ment m to
St. Peterburg, where he Is inter
In the laundry.


is threg-ed with e*poatora frog all
parts of the state, as wel as. many
from other states, the occasloo n
the annual mel.r of'eat
State Teachers' Asstisib ta a
The Apeniag eII *rss took plage, n.
the auditorium of the higO school last
niaht, where a large crowd of' both
eltisens and teachers *ssembled to
listen to address of welcome an -re-
An 'ttermting program has been
prepared, the speakers itwuding the
moet prominent educators n the state.
GainesvMleo homiems ave, een~.anwn
open to the victor. ... ,

Bouma Dee. 36-4-he a
t*is to be Mad* .
Wright -with i- h
beba fixed, ut it
next moth. As the parade r u is
the only lace avaOlahbte and the
space is small, the trials wM dier
from those held In Franc. Instead
of Aflylg on a level with the hoiNid
the aeroplane will start res the
summit of Monte Mario.


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g atu that new sw e bee been
Handled u Oat. it is a restie., for .
re-hebaerghtn abore hamtter-, for a*n-
oteme iOm, gMutm s en gines of p
other battery. I ai the t re oe pr*
pareMAto restore all batlerie brought
M to my electrical dop. AIbo have-
a,, boed bIntteres la tk t r seale. "
S. W. Tp.W er-

?The y-ta books wsl ck ose a
Ja-numvr s, 1M. All property owners
I lal W. W. CL
:- nOa.k w.. City Tax $. on. <

Ie rybody had a msgatttee..-E
fome ast the aster tfolk went away
n to sped ChrtatS while ethers have
c to ate. At,..
ne" AbbMg Iad Cecil a toto are an

IM': S.iortng ad daughten

he Hr t H .M. hard ha o le stoWok
h me ho ine I Mefth Carsltna for a 4 j *
v aftrt a ftw days.

si-mit the ast week with Mr. Geore
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Laeon Pre & FPle, Rehne .............. ....... ...... ...* lM
G. H. Mummn Co., Bxtra Dry ................ ...... ... 4A .
Meet 4 Chaloon, White *al ..................... ... ... AU S-
Ripin a Co, Doestie ....................... ... ... .... 2 s 1m

Rudole & Co, Bordeaux ............. ................ "
Julee Merman & Ce. Bordeaux ......................... ... It
St. George Vineyards,'California ................... ..... .73

eeketl Bros., Deideaheim ....................
St. George Vineyards, California ...........


Jules Mermarn & Co., ordeaux ......... ...
Barton & Guestier, Bordeaux ...............
California Wine Association ............. ...
Francesco Cinzano, Turin (Italian ....... ....
Sube & Cie Marseille (French) ......... ...
Victor Gautier Cie ...................... ...


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R. C. Ivingston & Co, Jerer, Spain, dry.... ... ... ...... ... ...$..
H. de S. uell, Trragona, Spain, swet ....... ....... ... ......$...
Garrett C ............................... ...... ..... ..... .. ..
Graham & Co ............................ ... ... ... ... ... ... ....$t ..
Gerrott & Co. ............................... ...... ...... ...... .. .. J.


Gate Apricot Wine .............. ... ... ... ... ... ... .... $1
Gate Orange Wine ............... ............ ......... ...$1A
Blackberry .......................... ................. .... .75
upp ong ........................ ........... .. ....$ .7S
Virginia Dare ..................... ... ... .. .. ......

Lewrie & Co. London Jamaica Reum...........................9.VA
Denville & Co. Irish Whisky ............ ... ... ................$S
Ramsey Scotch Whisky ................. ... ... ... ... ... ... $..1
Black and White Soetch Whisky ........... ... ... ... ... ... ..
Haig & Haig Scotch Whisky ............... ... ... ... ... ... ...
Schiedam Gin ...... ...... ... ......... ... ... ... *.. ... ..o.. 2

We also carry a tall ef lf aprdte t (h M *
Scch', Porters, Slauer Ale, IpirteM leer, UpeI M, C am,
nberal WalerTs. ____A__



Keafing & Co.


Marion Realty Co.


$ 50.00

NO. 20K.-The above price Is asked for one of the best Investments
ever offered. 100 acres best farm land. 50 acres now In cultivation and 60
acres in woodland. New American I'Ield Pence around place, also one mnall
two-room cottage and a big two-ttory barn. Four hundred truit trees ea
place, Including oranges, grapefrut,nd other tropical frutts. If bUoght
at once-will itenclude one 10-Inch Chill plow, one Scotch harrow and ome
horse, wagon and harness. This place Is three miles from Martel on hard
road, seven miles from Ocala. Mall delivered to your door every day by
Star Route R. F. D. Easy terms.

NO. 15A.-Flve room house half mile from Citra, with a two-acre or-
chard and good wire fence. The house Is nearly new. This Is an Ideal
hon.e for a winter tourist, and is an exceptional Investment. Party Meeds
money and must sell at once. Willrent for $6.SO a month.

Marion Realty Co.



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President-elect Taft will visit At-
lanta January 15th, which will be
glory enough for one day for the peo-
ple of that city.

, W Physlclans' precrup aoa, family re.
"I baw 4 ,r eOpSab4 pe ft- aa e idlpem, all orders for medicines fred
e .eem rimen e.,rlss"Aus he.- Under positive guarSante at the Ant2-
-,,,3--.5- w. S Monopoly Drugstore OWrS Sulbb
,iaw-- vin**Inor e =.. chemicals and Parke Davis & Co.%
e r 'A. sW-e1-. y. drugs sold at this store--both guaaM-
B f teeing parity and swtr th.
The9 Dowe Hoarse coughs and stuft colds that
may develop hitO paeum n as ever
night are qr'ekly cured by F-tey's
Honey and Tar. as It soothes Inflamed
c.aOvetamm r membranes, h(..Is the lngs., and ez-
pels the cold from the system, Sold
by all drugglsta.
.-L FB i T-d e ood. d d We ame headquaers for all good
l. W UoriP ik.eie. things to drink and eat. Good ervice
Saon" ,r ? m Lr* g, and provrt attenties. Ionan is the
Stlien Remedy Co., Chiage w N.T. ne man.
AI- L iSME-TENl LLJW O county CoMnmssiomer K. A. Fort
returned yesterday from his trip to
Daytona and down the east coast. He
m.- .a nrnl a Al a pleasant, ti .


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Moee aore taking hhme Kid-
ner Remedy every year. It is consid-
ernd to Oe the mest effechve renmdy
ftr kidney and blader tnrblse that
medical sclimse can devise. Poley's
Kidney Remedy corrects imsculartlM,.
inua m so oout eAm as ma e m.

mn e this in m
Mr. J. V. Waltom et Paef kta ts at
the Oeals ieme-
MrP.XD. 1~uk of Orla o ito
at the Ocat Mouse.
Mr. H. A. GrettofBaidmere Is at
the Oeatis Hmme.
Mr. L J. Chmbmertitn o rooks
vtlle I a t of the OeaM Home.
Judfe W. S. Banloe Is spending a
few days at Wddwe Springs.
John IMAM N O Spugr, was 'the
city today.
Mrs. C. I ae went do"w to
Mastlake today to sped a few day.
Post cards of the Seaboard wreck
for mase by T. H. MII.s Studio North
Magnolia street. 12-7-x
andlord John Dewey. proper .a
the Mouteauma hotel, served his first
meal last night.
Hav you seae the mew visoie Py-
holes tlpwrlrt L. C. Davia e aC
-gn alssets.
Judge Richard McoCa.thy i -
ed this afternoon from a visit to MI-

Lades' deW k l -o ad oak.
the ime ever shown In
Ocala, at MdIver & MacKays.
Nea and La Laserne. two new
perfumes at the Posteome Drug*
Mr. WMa=ma ei. Wa- w as
twwn a d sOnb wwn bgh si andA
se, rterne home today.
Tb hergst shipeant of Nummaral
Candles that ever am to Oeala, Jost
In at the PWtemee Drug tore.
Mr: and Mrs. Tm Baley of Ctar.
are pe-mdmi the holidays with Mr.
Balleys parents in this city.
SMissm Ile Bailey, who Is attending
college at Norman Park, Ga.. tI homu
for the holidays.
.L C Dais A C&o, O JactoTVm e.
will *n aany ma et oe-. haad -
type trtt awes tm It dimbrd.
Tre government amldter centract-
ors are placlug a .'teantial granite
eurbeng around the lot.
Senmd s your prese;lptle bausmetm,
We are tbroughly pr pared to handle
It. Ty fl sa Co.
Mr. Jaom Johan retued to Crys-
tal River this afterooti to look after
his drmg ibauess.
.L C. Davis & Co., of Jac .bmvlle
handle silk typewriter ribbons, Tie.
each; $710 per doea.
J. L. Rutland. of sumterville. was
In town last night, a guest of the
FOR SAL-A pol olare, to good
condition and well broken. Apply to
Dr. D. M. hith. 12-21-x
A.*B. Dement & Co. disposed of two
flne mules yesterday to J. E. Nix of
Floral City.
Now I. the time to pmat your gar*
den. We have aS klads of "alne
saed for taB platUar Tydl. A Ce
Mr. McLean et Ceoant, who spent
Chrstetam with friends at Charleston,
g C, returned today.
I may, do you drink whisky at Ho-
gan's piece? There yo get punre
goods. H gan, the miall order hee.
Mrs. J. M. Meffert and children
went down to the lake this afternoon
to spend a week at that place.
LOST-A bunch of eys mewbhe re
In the dcity. PFinder will please return
to this offie and receive reward.
Music eaMaets and benches. One
of the hndomet lines you ever maw.
Melver & MaeKay.

,oona, ,sponea diret from tho
Atsheries. Prices that murpoes, at the.
Anti-Memopoly Drustor
One p-a- of paper and two packs
if eavelpm. vry best gradef, tr -0
costs at Tydins Co.
Per MRI T --egton tor Wght hema.
keeplg., Appg at No. 4Jortb Mcg-
eUa street. 11-7.-x
Mrs. M. andel man, who has bees
In the city several days looking tnto
the lateests of the Bosto Store, left
for Newport News, Va., today.
The Dattae of BoatO. who own a
lovely winter house at H moa-ma, ar-
rived today to speed part of the ea-
'son there.

WANT.U-A girl or youngl.Jdy to
work In indery and feed Job p i s.
Clean work, short hours. Apdy to
Star offee.
FOR WENT-Two roems fitted up
complete ter housekeeping; dcy and
cistern water. Glmen, No. 1 South
Fifth street. U-12 -t
Capt. J. IL Howad, oaf the steamer
Wmlianm owrd, at the Oklawaha
river. was hi town pebterday and last
night. a gest ot the Oeala House..
We tca the bet Nae of tedet ar-
tiees, mef, prtems, etc.. In tde r% in ab.a b .m.. W

at Se Wmea s, ae f
et **obegohe4 4
ford, Stwo t O a0 s 4

deenmsed wth helda

Thenema as te hei ee

M.le- .Mm AMr. &. aghk M .5 -.'

awterdd the irett i
retrWnmie were a msm Iasa
ioatemr betg a me A N
MeW. rN. w. V. A UM x *
Pearsem and m Te e 3lmaf .
The m omtd et this e mSeim
will wet le"tt ea meet t f
tWe minsL OftheN* presetO

we thear t e DA r
natIo Om JaNa. y., W ae w1
the Anmeory Theater twmdlt -*
emiMn. There af e oa lwr.A n s lft-

o CBeah Nld.

ades dAt. frget. the- V .na-

Aole a thetve tiw a .l..e mu* Laso
yourx has t th e st.
P. o C.l" ertVG t 4t -m

te No. Retle, and tu e flMa.eto

eead at t. e use. miMt fUnf
Ths ea. ffirs woll Imn ouat
the meat g a meet ns ?a


the eoder o heha to h p NM
to Oa ka jaTer ..e.t after a w
date the bone is the an ear, Phap

tom the fthesit, galr e VN two
bloehat oear 0i to ms
Mr. A.- uruett, th ewetWer, a sa

hea ever ome get. T-.w-J
the19 ine ho ia th tne
watch fabretc, etc., andaf
the Sadlape*g Ander:,, A t-
11o tdoat& -D. a
-odie- are safpe W it
the gerddee of berty atoI the
heavy be"a hliet The stanlaris
One ofthe prettiest s0" met pgggis
ever turned et, and the beauty at t te
tace is staleeing There ane albe paa
nieo stamped In the mans way, e
goad plated. The eMiae s a -
and the work isftes not f telt W

weNt may8 that the asgm doae na

A lae-shot, 3-ealwher anemsmtle
Lager, blue sated rmeflv wa m ft I A
the atry of the city hal. mier
will please return to tht offie er A.
J. Brlgance and reedy. rsnr6.L
Dr. and Mrs. 3., C deoveavi
Dau are, in te eity ar ew *a
suee of othe -Oako. mi. Mn.
Grweis hea jest retowrned Ireg 1Lea
am, Ter.., where hA weit to aeom
pany her a O. Inery, to Otalo mad
-the doctor amaw up laet a ht ft
Tampa to met thd.L

a = i Mil. .. Iiit

eremo knws we handle the bd
and or prieee a the st ereaem-
hIW, beaue we y ansd of mr.
Dat byb"tm" uyam, -o orm
write m-thesi -am y ew
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P inors, LPamts, m w H ware
Sash, Oils, Farm I pl ents 1
Blinds, Varnishes, Carpeters'Tools :'- '
Saw Milt Phosphate and Turpentine Supplies.

uSm, evKO.lA fa bRition, lAggits, nutg Colts, r imesI
State apts for and carry in stock Implements '.. .
r. and Gasol" Engines of the International Harvester am t~.
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wqa-,.._m. ws* aws a seemay .
at",#bomOWNso a -M m,
Amern_ Elwood Field Fe nce. .sdsWama oi e -- .

r'~ 4WX J lirX y ~u twe wil a te Jidarthe VIi.0k hl e I t vl watt II mal.e[ te h dH U

Ai.,. ,h :r : -t o at . a. S
OWMo w h b beam beto WaRb ab wA-Wf t&
W .. am r eup WOa "Wt ft "amt t .-

e wse ta m-- M n -* armag a--t...
as a pbas where he ud wft ,s efl a -
w. .e. .miM. but & eaWr e.a e
ft. .e.Un 't be Ind .a- a il
We weaft *xprse to our many patrs tWhehut Cntral Flwrid. prtM oee te Oewotia
or fEt Iappirelatio.n for the liberal patronage thae hoidp Noy AM"e.a. WM I9d. W a. .
dar.lg AYrthat "Mis drawings to a lose and seum thou that their WPWI" t a friumo--h to a aspdal *t t g t
ti est rse 1M Omaw bR to OMao.t-^ -eew **u
trd hs M w eapreci at ad.l dttlI ov.-t O eto wiM. w yemlg ma k s
-pe them nw year will be even moe prspm with s all than i "W mith b. reag by the an W m *d t hla. gra
th,1 ld I h en- andyouwil-.e ,_,,-,,-pow isdwpdiad. thae i ti t i. t W w, -.
Sthe od* am hfe tm, and you will continue to rever me with yywr petm- wM be before he xchamao his sal- to him th aW he
age. We sam you that we will endeavor to give the vwry best geeds far ta f r ao* coa aMA -A*Kama WasMm t 1 ON
* iII. twfor h fitooG ir tIB l emt R M pft" Doo t ... ,
the mey at al timeo mand to giv the beat of attenei to your water. a: Trely tWe lif of aa pteo te o t l t w m :.
Our big store iA fi led with beautiful art furniture and hoMse m D ~ on. h arlo sl hm'--- re b,.U"
furemhings anid everything for the hmem. We awery the largest as weoll taAsI Wbho T, ma Vamino mtd alta M yh a -ftirp-..
be sa there any day the i as ume lG m te..
thei bMost steaook of furniture south of Jakso vl, and leave IMMe be5Ufsl eer da4lg apAd o j n the omNd
tartiles that Me ete housm carries. We buy the latest, newest iand bMst al amtor t"oanch tern wh A NMlr 0Veers Age i a. -M
S.- asm the Sp*akny resaE has a waluesg M itsees a moma lsa &I
goods that eeM eut and if you cannot get what yeu want at Our store, it ap ad dowa the pleettaowheM the pWa*ust MmtPalb dft*Ab ma -*
is not tobe hd. :plays of-a eve i& M at the Am at o M
Hisiss lettdfibe-mPP I I-ya -nt -.;g -usiasa .lMgatoo
Wishib yo a happy Christmas and a prosperous New YVW, and a8 0IdMu t boar ueM ad svery ofte J aMO nad thlB a i at ag _ _ 8II
tending to am a a ordial invitation to visit or ste as : b y mIe t b his monoui hos a *e maae It u'nos tamp t as- .
e We ft Im 4bet 'flu maruh *- ari Ail
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ms- to -amr kaow wt Na at aRn. __ _
belr qau- aan, asman 850 4wsad a emnalisewalu mNiihems um
We ate yow ec wd ly"a a merlaec atms 3." -in, isII
V "v v, a IN .k and etci s dul -1

Have meAt youed r aw wtU is nefy to bpaecome a .r k.
Hat e yu ova r raw wea amvOteetaat pe-
s yste 0da"s1o.6d tromMe with yuar Uatl 211, whena b..H
Mlela lOt&a "Me bWe. ?rt anM a e rise. f td*a de, Ji a*
dert aavo y" a -bby appeanr kfftassemass AgriPlu6g(
,of te taee especbly under toa myes? a f, t *Com at

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Toofmadnmt pase au sales a m an Wmm

scrthed o a reegat cems!.ar uepLR One of thb greatest convenyencee A Flert LMasM he M
Coasl Mxrges or AinmIra eyr about the -oes eae of thx- AUcr- TIe tf *iipmenemanent ft U4th
that a simple defvi .. tr lealan rept* seai leetrlc MmooIfhb Irons. BHet- schools o Mal1e
HU17.ltaSh. P. ml .1 Pa winewe
I15. IS Ja e m e, flaun. wsu a a =.oant "Jan even. taec J l. *pri Hegt a ti
yeas ftnic the working chmess o alms. and primes. Ask H. W. Tunker mw e Im ^ an

14 1^^:^> ApIointmenUs a about two amd meftatt anhes a erv ease or baeeache, weak back, day, tother esgged. pels a S

Rooms, on01 PCTSOn, 75 %nts Minmed Weaml -as oa a tbe to aSicIs mm sSo2e palm. qIurickly, nss ,:ye mate
p Per day and up. Special week. k mugly agaelMt th apholesdy at upon Dewer ideay mud Bnadder I was alametlalt tammeds an t W
Blyrtes. Center of City. Net tte s bet mined hib Mte aIl of tie bdi -er they "NO, maeamk I igs~egd

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all Car Lines. Open all th pary cook ed aot ealy cob-a equagLRed. ola s t at s Me. bSold here She thon wmnt to. y belh d
Year. Rooms with Bath B.. the sess ~ ee&t-te o t b AW.Mm* p, Ds amu,*i r sente a ase. anda,
The^' ear toB mt af Mld Wm fu ay way lbw5 W ini n n-owf
tra Charge. Bus from Depos t w a rh b -,. mhia hwel
.. Is t sM Rf ive gteataS. -iv W m -Ye--.
Wp- a an be -ofa ow-as et te ume U.n t DW
C. B. SMITH. propridor. uam o arle u it itrnh oache.- Assl '
oe la,,". Isra fowit mea"e upmW -
am In a tab te Prames that wlmeter that questlswao feat as
I"f e a el ams e --I be ob-again1 0 lalhoy$ely:
mb. A neS& Jwoslamawl w' Iinif-" -"To %-..m."
e toep.s im =sam &e. .eey be Mam aof Tohay af
Swe wilting 1 t Ma t Ule whb M" "u grnatt pre an I -
am reft ued fto e ir IaSmo -n t Ian o* the ea dtoMn etas "i *
0 Tafts* n mps wha a aXim, tegnlar 2 a Joteqma"grtyC. aL no sa"
a mel.e dsted aim. It was a lmu yO t= Aied uo Pamacsasta aotaeao
Noise not" the ..-..n. Wtgoreato an a fwhle i we tmanAmg
f^.. no *mtzab aleo as taaert at a e to W l aaa r v eat BI" ua a teO eou to fm
dmboo in..1 gL.. a mfto3atho6s1. The 0avtnr. oAGb .as bSum
IIsee.wmb wow &at paB mWa. emook a nd yas m to sew Is bbM U41Mml .
PA i m ma rle w ha a pa rtlee the atrnst e m e m s so I ii i that their bM wI .ssej u-a I
w-ai manh-ei" ~,m t- as at OL. tat medms e -ere. pa dlm"an ass ha, ame t see m
awry f *-whoa e maWK a a palest dogstO. W waa t b adm eed mae ether seglems w .- Ln
|s S!l eM s you em Maud Kndaldlmaawy *sumlinSaNt -M md ly r 5md T4 b makay t the -tam tst Ia
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