Group Title: Ocala evening star.
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 31, 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: VID03051
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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Voumme 14, No.184.


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Office Over Munroe & ChambUsd At the Eteat of ,m sEarthaa





Rooms 9. 10 and II,
Second Floor, Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon

Phone 211
Offte Hour--4 to 12 a. m.1 to5p.,

Charles D. Hulbert D.

Office Second Ploor The Munroe and
Chamblils Bank Bulidlna Oea&l
Telephone: Offlce 22: Residence, 46
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9-IS a. m. 2-4 p. m.. 7:8M-,a0 n.



Plans furnished
on application.

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imteal Barbershop

In C nneetien With the Hotel Offe.
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tentio nto all. Special attention to



i A. DTTERICH. Pmueu


An elegant, extelsive line and will be
Vleesed to show you the good and
make yur fall or winter suit or trese-
re. You don't have to welt. Piok out
yowr good and the suit is made and
ftted ato ene and guaranteed a to
wserkmanhip, ft and quality of goeds.
I also hav an elegant line of sem-
ples so that you are sure of lansg
what you want. Reepeetf uly,

Jery Brwnett
The Exelusive Tailer, Burnett Suildhg
Fort King Avenue.



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

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NHerw in at-t-WO. t in td
History of lrmpe.
Rome. Italy, Doe. Lt.-WhIle there
is 1o way yet of arriving at any more
than as approtmate estiante of the
dead i ScUlly and Calabria It is eSi-
dent the disaster ts the reatt IS
the worlds history.
Over 2m Lives LOA
The public here after coemparin
the various cfustia reports commni
In from the afxlted region has set-
tied down to the belief that seventy-
Ave thousand were killed by the
earthquake, tdal wave and subse-
quent disasters, and that thousand
more are doomed to die more horri-
ble deaths In the chase that eaga lt
many towns oa the Straits of Mes-
sina and the Interior.
Many Ameriaem May b Amene tme

No news has yet been received,
from any Ameriscan who were M
Messina. It will be several days be-
fore definite Information conceiub
them can be obtained, but the Amer-
scan residents here tear that their
countrymen met the common fate.
Fires are still raging in many ruta-
Od town&. Rigid esfeeemeat of mar-
tial law brought sOme emhianee of
order out of utter chaoe AN Mumb.
but the outlying distreits are eem-
pletely demoralized and anarchy
reigns. Messages trfm the warleips
at Messina say that the rescuers ae
utterly swamped and that it will re-
quire several days to effect any ad-
equate relief system.
urvivoer are Starving
Pneumonia and meningitis have al-
ready broken out. The survivors are
starving in many places, the food
supplies having been completely de-
stroyed. It will be several days be-
fore the relief corps will be able to
reach some of the points where the
greatest desetutlon prevails. It Is
absolutely impossible to Identify hun-
dreds of the dead. The rescuers are
simply gathering and burying the
dead in great trenches.


Mrs. David Chase, a former winter
resident and property owner here,
died recently at his home In Bristol.
N. H. at the age of 8.
The Junior Christian Undeavor So-
cilety has sent two dollars to the or-
pi:an's home In Jacksonvllle and the
Juniors In conneetioe with the T. P.
8. C. has sent three d6lars to a
"shut In" in a neighboring town.
Mrs. I. A. Ricker spent Christmas
with her son, Ernest. In Jacksonvkle.
Mr. E. B. Killam dined at the Lake-
side Hotel. Mrs. J. E. Adams and
Mr. FPrank B. Adams were the guests
of Mr. and Mrp. C. 8. Gates. Mr. and
Mrs. D. D. Peak@, Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Gross. Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. Carnahan.
the Missee Carnakan and Master
Charles Carnahan dined at the Pleas-
ant Hills House oa Christmas day.
Mr. J. FP. Sigmon had as Christmas
guests his brother, Mr. Albert Sil-
mon. of Newton. N. C., and his
nephew, Mr. Perry Sigmon, of Lin-
colnton, N. C.
Mr. John Sitmon left on Monday
for Savannah, where he has a posi-
tion on the trollesr ine.
Mr. A. P. Blake, with a public spirit
which sl worthy of emulation, has
had a sidewalk cleared from his place
to the poetofflee, three-quarters of a
The Union Sunday school united
with the Weirsdale school In the en-
servance of Christmas on Christmas
eve. when nearly every family in this
place attended. A varied program of
music and recitations of mres than
ordinary excemllnce was enjoyed by
the largest audience gathered in the
church for years. It was much regret-
ed that Mrs. J. r. Slgmon, who was
to conduct an Interesting class ex-
ercise, was prevented by Illness from
being present.
Rev. Lawrence Jones will preach at
the scbool house on Sunday morning.
January 3rd at 11 o'clock. a sermon
appropriate to the New Year.
Prof. Gates bas most of the mater-
ial on hand and will shortly begin
the work of painting and removatina
the school house.
Mrs. Carrie 81gumon Phillps, who
with her son hat been vitintb her
parents, returned to her home in
Tampa Sunday.
John Shmmons. for many years
a resident of tLU. lake, and one of the
best known co'ered men to this vi-
cinity, died on the u4th. in Tampa.
and was buried in the colored cem-
etery here Chrit tmas day.

Mrs. Ada l. Croom, the widely
known proprietor of the Croom Hotel.
Vaughn, Msas. says: "ftr several
moths I suffered with a severe cough,
and consumptle. seemed to have Its
grip on me, when a mfend efoommend-
ed Dr. King's New Discovery. I began
taknlg It, and three bottles affected a
complete ewe." The fame of tthis lifea
saving seoh aad old remedy, and
lung and threat healer is world wide.
sold at all drug stores. Fifty cents
and $1.^0. Trial bottles free.

Owtai to the absence from town of
m endit wmh1erf tt *h. eem ntt

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- a isa social matters as any yshng 1 We c' gBWeM
WIle.. B ks a study are hr e
twiLthtMuaTiO that her mother Is a e
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Mrs. James -hde eo O.rv" t ma t.he,..
TImmi an r, hei", Miss WoelilC *_St *
smthn, m.. u.uon. parents. ..
Mrs. Henry Volkuman sand sister-ia- Cttr
law, Mrs. Charles Volkmss, with Mr. sets. ieeg a
and Mrs. Starkey, arrived Thurseay gtaeW
eveftag from Torrington. Oan.. to m -eow
spend the winter on the lake. bym eo the b e&.
Mr. E J. Forses and wife of Km- eBnunt ryfor yrear -t i a
neuae Ky, have returned after nuar prcMrlpt6a. t -t --
years absence to their home and best tones know, eml nne wlm
grove property on the lake. We an- best blood purlt. ag dil,
derstknd Mr. Forsee will repab the the mUcoMs urfaos.. a:M
vottae and make this his permanent comblalmota of th0 tu Imjil l
home. Mrs. Crabb, Mrs, Forsee's what roducesm- se
mother. Is spending the winter with In cur* Catarrh. Seat 8w -
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Tie Chriaus. tr on Chrt=aa s *
ve was ut a ce 4 amd gratly rai l
eofed byr all. through the uur- Bal Famly;
aeity and untihin efforts of Capt.
and Mrs. H. W. Henry, was due the Neta L Um mnc. t", r aw
succeeess of the venture. The little pertumes at the Wetut$Isee- lU-n ,
one were mad happy by present Store. *."
ftro thoa ddt;mChristlan Penle who ---- "-

delight In using their means and time .
to make others happy. n
The Misese Tlmie added to the
program some fine music O the violin I gE
and drgat, wbieh as a real treat. :e
The crowning feature of the even- A s
Ing was the distribution of the pree.
eats by Dr. H, W. Henry, who by his
appropriate and witty remarks creat- tMM k"
ed much amusement and at the con-
elusion presented the writer with a -
2,0ee-mile ticket for a trip in the fto-
tare and now we are greatly pusasled m H M L
as to whether the genial doctor gave
it for the love of giving, or whether
the writer, like the hobo, must be ":
morang on. ara
The friends of Mr. Clarence J. *
Smith regret his continued illness, ft f
bat hope his recovery Is not far dis-
tant. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clark and brother,
of Westerty, RI. I, arrived some days g V
ago and are guests of the ft 1L Mar ~' a
tin HoteL r ..... .
Mr. A. Shaw of Oxford and Miss Col ,e ri
Teddle Hall, were quietly married on
Christmas day bi Judge Clarence *Ms. CL
Smith at his residence on Lake Weir. at Tu
The ladles of Oklawaha will give an waC a
oyster supper Friday night at one tme,9 e.1
of Dr. H. W. Henry's vacant cottages
OR Lake avenue for the bent of the 4 .
cemetery fund. OpeU B BW R
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you OffeaS the be ot e of i
would never suffer from kidney. bla-
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two skiWII) inio*ert a
months' treatment Sold by druggist. '
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr. trick fans, e).zdr _naA m. "
SW. HalL 928 Olive street, St.L
Laiub, Missouri. .VINC'MT" -

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Plain Stew .... ..... .... .......3 __
Dowen raw .... .... .... ....... &e.
Half doen raw .............. 1e.
At any houe from 6 a. m. to l0 p. m Pls an
every day In the week. Oppoelte A
C L assmemr denot
About yourself when you art crippled
with rhemautisn or stiff jolntse--f
eoPrso you've tried lots of things and
they tfaled. Try Ballard's Snow Unl-
m "nt-it will drive away all aches,
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with Mr. ". &IL ow, oat Iofm i0Ml Ctrd Pye. ..... .... 1* 1 swi It4- k- t
S sthe saeeestal cmaae grower. a ath M Clam Jea ........... .. fsm~e p am r
esanerationa drite la Into eh hha TO"B*"* PM.l stat >- Sal
c wrijlto he hat uf t TlmS l 1er -ul m M. r. ]. M.e. g
anarltstimg our eess erop at 's bNI fl Webs Dealer ............5p. .* sua&
Bes. onee the"d *e euISe S Miss= WS"SS e Mer ............rt 1lo.-
Welmdi gew Str fruit was I ldos Mi0Mary- Philps ........... A1511115
n o~ esteat~red for blu o &Ue Liaula Thagrd .-.... ... LM
bhe b hvoef offered for hI oila MU La Stf {I t1orller ,M ft-kat fth Ipital -
the WSW that he uld not ti h lebr- Walters 910, stry ft ed.
M Reulna adopt he Can lormaa at O m Out of Tm Two sNtT ubets f er p willow
cmsOfSa at1on and the pavas i Cn41tt.-o Number at Votes fro Msit. A. X rmtt.-
sbhpmet of h er fruit thrh -*u Ms M R ntland, Rutlead 244 utt k Bu Y y ftM de
i.ers hpd. That them ps lsa S aRut andhanSew t... s m as". 2 A
S won f-aeM- t tthere than m it muleA J Di air MTS mplore at n 06 Fin al ,
the omwan strict was rlest oe W mio w1 ... $2C. ash; fit WO
io a radi otf M ales. weoe te6dit o 4p dtpro .. .."4 5M.h: O.race c
th roves that grew a Adliafom q" "iSe m ..s.4r a :
So fruit. That because of two Mrs. w. L Dcklry WeIrhdal 740'e @ K*sL E Ksa t em a
eementtbd eondtion immenea pMar Miss Ma el ms iCandler.. 7,22 Cew of fw r W tbh r-at a^sW mr
houses had been erected sad W v me TN Moi nteaot Ws- WMte paper baet bor eg' i te
ue o f asfto there was unitemirty r ? esk.. n. Ulm to wag* r M trm" i
Ipaeka eunls fofrmty at temslag 1 *S1 t otrj, Ost a.r ... $,lo Alure beat Nov s paste frm H.
kind and quality o fruit that Wet Ma shae.... ,p a. ;- eer & C Is
Into the box. This done, the sthitU Miss Ry W't, Ora O ange i.. ]ee Mt Otraae and tagerioe tre
eme w what he sent and the arees re Dane o s ,52 M. 3 . MOta.
what e would have to eL Dell- Basket of fr ft and *Seot -KIase
thb head of distributim neverS glt t fr.m Dr. sad Mr Van Hood. The
the market with California frVuL Mot aAe At to b sed -a a LeweaS tesama
only was every market gst k .... _. theA11 p," tl
day in shipments, but the. sekm0 9. j e InD. 81 Ba Dr.ptist BPlWh l e A
California fruit were also elMfRJd. Sthg1a do md CUhrbmgsgo dowaSin:
Tiler we mad" calirorans g-ts vt lus wih t bob 9o
and their terrto& cMuM s e otrrlia' tNA mefos"-e Wn
that websenller 1had a 'ltl .1 !1k =' ea elase, ft"
ceotu 50d op oth1r0 1,ti Mu n -K
fruit eHou ea ase aa r. J. T Ta a bigclt.bos a I

sellt florid 'fruit ln their b -seson. a IWO'
was a tMnendous advastage a- og M sbd t te.T
that CaUfornIa truit keptIetter. nao nis or^lig wah- hto theak
Zet made retailsa prefer that fraiL. analugfetlM WI hfw oe hmi wtook
ow, Florida orange growers weos at aesagmW .an brm2 me.sept.1 1 b. b assured an that u
a great disadvantage in all theseaPr- aa wytFha been greatly apppe-
teolaers as against California, baase In al Cases whre there is a rel b ha 0M
the territory growing oranges was YrfZa aSef its i g py New TYear.
aot concentrated, but was seattagd SaS eb idNor We hope darti the eomisag yar-
eover heutedf of miles of territory, JU timboaw Ttt r p OpIe w11 pM their artaa l-
b heao there could not be that o* aS-aeto s a Sall antrtlve sa prses ad rin tto 'b a new d a-
emetatloS of paackift as aIn CaUIfr aide I o P tal that wil be a Wcreadt to ear pret-
S ala, Mad because of this ext at 4n Blaetckals ty little elty.
territory It was a&bost uimpoaibe toa o-a
eoncestrate the growers and get the m MOONS POEt MNT
lnto*o organisation and letone aa og5 -M .
CeOttheir output. Mr. show SaId sgt b g I T rhe -oI- aao f f tm b
there 'asm. a different feelW among s-eme jutsr sug s S eb b lism
the grOwdi eof fruit in Callforia atnd I e ter rt. A Wit a 1 V
I Werds. No matter what enemy at- r r soth W ae Sa g 0
tadmed their groves It Iunedlately .bB.....
became necessary that it shol he iU a1X
stamped out at any oet. He spoaa f e" 1C r tg 4g mmt. -
h whiMte fly, that s -posling o bh acpal by wlehing m O

Caf wob" ;M- burned up. Tea couO da 'N IB *
,arirs to ur orange rota eesm so t 5he 9Ufu l m -
there was no concentratedm.efrt eto
saitoGut. herew qele he knew atw. COB= Sir ,

am the d bryreent views of the eaggague l tho postftSee o. Chesetmas
O trous b"eus n or thiu year to n -cow ft- ah hwa weai 1
| e aIy t some way open a WaytoW O
ageseet ehadvie but thi. It .ea
mto ra-fta aad arieel togher to that sy
pm *Age drasicw nut effec mame m-ss-e. i

thao destroy"meai. r.iSlp --a f e MM J. P. Phlp la bia

s setd always to the pro-er Re Wmbll-teB DOa&O.-fatr Ale day. wi.
em bet Th w older tcontendt ad .Mwithrad d tb hedin$-' 0. 11t es u
"eem resse oftYear to OW te mSno.# boy, uesh wdi e hs.

Se tor Is eS*oet. cay op eang To cUat A COLt oOWK DAY Ke wissa Mr. aad ien-
umetren or tse state come either Take LAxATNVS amoxO QUlataUea Wa t the waIn rHb
,afct? aag ia on each BOgrr -W. t h .
WA *o te hdere u Mr. Goo OaE 'eis

s' A fuat carlaes ot winter. I have revedg l De electric ap(M had thme andafstt toim 5.. m j
Is a gretsu t bject. oTe ft a ea e CI*e tonight and a u unyr -MM a her,
0as1 or i ls It.does looka at f IhOatOd RE o LaD. It notae, as e new a
oesie as ot satt her shat e tpt ser Taktoea batterXeaA far Qmwneek aM w5Ntt al to al S
B sastes oanourdstand-for them unl e T lets Drugiss eind messy >ns ah 'er t mabt
ti datage and '" ^ bnafanbe tktstoeure. I am thrOaVr pre. help 1g.. H- f jwas -ae aet

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K~1* Ak sre d to rste all batted e 0ht4atsa sad the MeI a p preasm
Bnait 1s Irt. If W? Os to my electrical hop. Alhe havd w1 R a as Wera e s ro-
B F rima-1. .as 2a stoF mragbtterie ostow tor mas.-n were WataSM. ta &-
w a *orn03ags and a hundred other GatRe iW.n tacker, w s ke E. l
os In the stae "n secure5 vttm e. N w Taker* ltnow &suy w!Wa* mi lat-
stee; t t st snrr wUsse meetrical Sappy Hoase. sated os Mr. Lealth plase. They have :
StTMs I no ptpl.. the sympathy t their mafr N OW
uti ge at tt. right. They wlir net Sat Sul oI_ cuu wuavigm ia e. '
them rby se swn an5 wM COUiroRot. Mr. sad Msm & Eaebckof o
the .orstading -atthedep"ad m s m = wo * me* a f days
muatilmboushemPass tonto was Psigmo 3 s. tMarintin.we vekwea.ew*t
* hate a mawe progressive vsplut a" U L- N t 1Rgb report n. Osut
are uPMAnd doing, makng k--owet"gea e- l~tobe *p agaI" cut m
I' l^Sr St~erSS~a>(" Bn3ltar^ 2%00%
d avoct << t ter tow an thme-t ob..aeeat a week. *fH
if Oeal?! 1pects to~s mshses qs hearts aea **the welU repeaenteod at the
e1*o'a* -s ldm 40 Wef tl l Itr pseso as wea am e nNut%,
B. seetng a to -4 w.m h, --c Ich wel have bee s*h better
__eae.vderthens. not mfai a hbad we kanwa MN hte t he. We are'
i aa. t eaasaousr.* Teat'*htw- RENT9 prema to wne eat smere was oW
a"a to set a wk a" floor r sfat o lNs iem a haur awars oar mi-psee u
lwb;i aiwa sao. t Ea, fm" ISsufr rest.Ap- Mv,.Vl..O Ose asVbt
1- vw l meeft at the ceorthoma DIS Ster ofbc f to Mum. it Vat ta trem whr fiy.
rCiv the repet of the comAty s It Is repers ei there iwl he 6aiother
f?. ftw- B eo a s b cl e --. Shoetheg Mateh at Alay Neww Tfat s
S Whyr ms take time by tha ste day. Char.
and a"earsa for dvefrtta-g thT T A
ILt ing^^ ^js WT Rumi Dss.3.- "r.
thSt e to. eOmtoea a.... m
K. Tanag T. coyte, ar Lseeattr, fd~.^itse I A. saraser 00 Rnfalime Tes. assiira
tt *le beIn No 12t0-2 4 A 'O My mom-. %t Wt
tb#*aeaasttet at ,ne'o ltGa, W. A. Noy4 by -smmSesrs W "
1 h 5 aStm !.Sucks wISo aMem'st Aran&ca v eored the two
%%Wsa e~ ow.Thyad wo w"sems'Ive agoswemeoSMn=my
U o f t -att w as .e a a r l .iw r
1 U rlrt aof ta they we to aa t f 'of thma s welsh g ald. I woal
SySears agso and as teyr stt a teft$ letbewtneatftttlhadtomortagei
attaetomas ea som tIn a thae am to gea ft." Oly IVeU at
memb er o touriss mrew 3. TAX 0o0s WILL M.1 JAN, 1 I% dra r stores
saw t eoinin... as e.. ,- lse olty aPdhekg wet elmss o
i usntaw mow iA habmg hag Iam"o Tha1s 0 A popet .we WE aUWALE
1bats sad boarding beese* j tohe et wil e g aeasud aofere- Mr. Wa. B1haly made4 a Tbms=m
r Its Ha em In blaos W. W. CLYATT, trip to Oeaa Tueso.
fE1l the l:tor f hak 0a to. City Tax Caeetsr-. Am@es thee who sspest Clhiuame
"a, took It tou yeas s der her with reatwiM wa ftreM nd
Fl^ _IE* e a_"hwMarr M HART W egO~,= wee a owl M. M.
out tte th highays"tit.s HER EARWAO WSOKM van teoMw bgmft.-MLadr.

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Mot A Chandon, White Seal......... .. ......... .
Ripi A Ce., Demisti ................ ... ... ........ .
udell AC. Bordeaux...............................
Jules Mermw A Co., Sordeux ................ ...... 1U.g '
St. Geerge Vineyards, Califeria ............. ... ... ... .


Rlkel Bros, Doideehbem ........ ............ ......
St. George Vineyards, Californmia ........ ...... ...
Jules Merman A Co., Bordeaox ......... ... ... ...
earton A utior, Bordeaux ............ ... ... ...
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Francesco Cinzane, Turin (Italina)....... ... ... ...
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H. doe Ouell, Tarrgona, Sp swet.. ...... ... ... ... ... ... ...P .9B
Garrett A C ................................ .............. ... .
Graham A Ce. ............................ ... ... .. . ... .. ..,
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Golden Gate Aprieet Wine ..................... ... ... .... t
GQlden Gate Orange Wine .................. ... ...... ..........
Garrett Blackberry ................... ................ ...... .. .... .71
Garrett Scupperneg ......................... ...... ...... ...$
Garrett Virginia Dare ..................... ... ... ... ... .........
Lowrie A Co. Lendon Jamale Rm......... ... ... ... ...... ....
DOnville & Co. Irish Whisky ............... ... ...... ... ... ..
Ramsy Scoteh Whisky .............. ... ... ... ... 0 ..0, .....1,7
Black and White Scotch W y:i.y :........ ... ...... '... ... ".....7..9 9
Haig A Haig Sooteh Whisky .......................... ...........2..
9ch dam G ........ ... ..... .. ... ... ... ... .. .... U

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Marion Realty Co.


$1 150.00

NO. 20K.-The above price Is asked for one of the best Investments
ever offered. 100 acres best farm land. H acres now io ncltivation and 50
acres In woodland. New American Field Pence around place, also one small
two-room cottage and a big two-story barn. aour hadred fruitt trees e
place. Including oranges, grapetrultnd other tropical fruits. If bought
at once will Include one 10-Inch Chill plow, one ScotebDtharrow and one
horse, wagon and harness. This placelts three miles frtm Martel on hard
road. seven miles from Ocala. Mail delivered to your door every day by
Star Route R. F. D. Easy terms.

$200 Cash

NO. ISA.-Five room house halt mile from Cltra, witb a two-acre or-
chard and good wire fence. The house Is nearly new. This is an i eal
home for a winter tourist, and is an exceptionalminvestmemt. Party ameds
money and must sell at once. Willrent for $. a month .

Marion Realty Co.




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M~m.Ir.A. S end a"W. R.
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- Mr. Ro 0 KNttaetn J has setam
from his Wlit to his parents at vllr-
toea Beadl

tadbnid est n mheapmr end oar
the odoIne eaer seNA se
Ocala, at Mil&ar & Mara'ys
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the MhemBsmWAa* list lmght.

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Moss w ate aft t aft abt misses
miss at san ag ea aheam e .

'otle chure at 1O:3 and at 4 p. m.

R. C. Davi & Co., Jackceovllle,
handle e- typewriar ribbous. tiC.
each; T7$ per doma.
Mr. Jack MoCally ok Berlin with
his niece, went down to Wersdale
today for a few dpays visit to Mr.
Brinon o codM..
fta os at s B T 41 't., f
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coNditia aad LdI I*au Apply to
Dr. D. M. S mIi 12-21-z

Mr.. W. Croft a Cutr thaew
county Ja euIl ok itatda wrict,
was Aie, wMt of the Montem a last

Now Is te te slant your gar-
de.. We ame a kedbs O suaMOn
seed for a A ating Tydlns & C
Mr. & C. Bennett has been enjoy-
la a visit fram his (eothr. Mrs. Mary
Bennett. of Rmanuke, Va. 8he has re-
turned be~m.

I may, do you drink whisky at Ho-
gan's p les? ThOat y gou t pwe
goods. Hgman the mall Owder buae.
Mrs. Smith or Oxford, who ha
been visiting Ber dawghters, Msa. Ben
Borden and ab. A. P. gamowe, for
several .weeks, left for home today.
Music cabinet and benches. One
of the handsomeat noes you ever saw.
Mdlver & Maeear.
Mr. M. A. OsbM.. of HIgh pr..M
Is in the -city the gast of his davgh-
ter. Mrs. Wil Marlow.
Spoaes. afeagM dheet bom the
eheite. Priem that suvm a, at the
Ant MoIopoI uag stora.
Of t pam s, Ai"m ad -tw Rpn
o earelop s, vry bast ads., *l
e-ats at Tydlavs O& o.
0. W. MMot. In the grocery depart-
meet of the H. B. Masters store .hab
returned from a vIst to friends at
For WNT--Reem for Igtt home.-
keenlan. App att No. 4 Norta Ma-
noeua street. l.7-x
Mr. ]alener.. of Pen.acsl.
Ind, t.he father of Mrs. A. I Del-
oneeS. Sto I1 the rity to spend the wir-
ter with h e daughter.
WANTED-A girl or roung lady to
work In bindery and feea job preim .
Clean work short bours.. Apply to
8tar ofeat
Mr. J. P. Jonea ot the Commerelal
Barbershop and his amart little on
have returned from a Elyin vitat to

FOR Wr'--Two reams ftted up
aplete for b-ene mte; ity and
eem water. "Q l-a, No. I South
Ftth street. 12-19-tt

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