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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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: December 3, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03511
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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Fresh AJivals:ITTOX ISN'T MISSING


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JUST


WASTIIC VALUABLE WEED

Big Stemmeries and Thoeamd of


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Po _sed5 2 -ofti L.yn.hburg. Va. Dec. -L. ). hat-
-r M F^*ii-- tox. brother '.pf 1 ). aI3('X. the op- S ivetw ate.
n-- im oerator \\,, is ,-h.iit..e -,\:h -in r- tw a
sl~r tp nsibie for Thi'..', 'a'-' r,-i k. '.!.-.]
Fncj yram on his broti hr Si iirh;- ;,: .iJ- t."rd-
peg" pa^kg Sl*** IN", *B-Ing Pou-s-, withih n*-.' to ; .i-^^^ ^ w."w^ ^
'coon office h- r.,! 1... h.ofc wher h A!
'been since th-. wre, k
1 ). Mat, gk,,.I ,-" t -;f i- OCALA M USIC CO.,
Sk JR U l f 11 ent: f
"My b hr-ther xa caao ai I .aof the- 2sth. He 'an T'r',,,, ":ht it', li' AlA, A.
.,,ot ,otoo, ielo,, .,r 1iea,,, tt,, ,,-f,.- JXWELERS, OC FUL.
cf I m Atwoli minut'-. W'h'-n train .' 3 apria<'h- '
Craerry eEc1 ed. h- let 1 l.lth.. lk. un',l.r in- .. . ...
structiong, He e"n j by 1wilne~sse
1C DA b'fJ that he tried thieet- r..' 116 get thii -CI OR0I1
perator at I-awye-.'s io 4toi him of is 8ofr
TERPOT CILOCERY 1. 4' ifltI. F. OA LA OCE 10. 198
tho- appriak-h ,f If;: - fl(,. li-1 nr.t el c t'
a a i o-r4,(''ns .r- f -,.,:i v1 -- -, if .(- ;i j: a h l e r M a
... ......sl..i., th... .1, .-k Tulula Lodge. No. 22. 1. O. 0. F, Conventions held every Monday at
ABOU T TLs r EYE 'fr*rni H train Z7. Ti- .. y j'r..1 vn*, 1 'reets eve:y Tuesday evening In, 73O p. m. castle Hall over Peyser's
ABOUT TH tHa rllve that he f.,und Wv hr.,;' r ... Y.ng- Hall. store. A cordial welcome to visiting
p ~ n e t a t h f u -1 w ; r ,o ,b r o t h e r s J a k e B ro w n $ C .
-, -uly when h. rejortd .,. .,'. ,. R ., Election of Officers. ohs. SkBage BR. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.
Your eyes &re subject to as many -relieve him. 1ie di,! nt run aayI.- :n o
eto-tr the a ccident, fi ei*tw ,t n.,t f(_Pl Th.,;isut m..oting night of this month t 3 1
dtfferonhdefect as te bdy it hate e is to a iand ti n. ef- lr.ig 'hsristmas night, same has Electln of officers at first meeting
format-ne. Whereas it should be one 'ro, i to avoid ar-rst." been (alled in. ani election of officers in December. All Knights earnestly
of the meet perfect organs of the body. I Maitix says his h!,:h,.r didi n,,' xi l l- held on Tuesday night, the requested to be present.
'kn-. th.-fi >r) frs triearc!iing f l,1h in-t. A full atten.lance is urgent-
it is natural that you should needIv iuEt. Jeffords. N. G. arn f,
glases far redgmf r witing, ewinmfg PRi SE OF W. Bryant. Secretary. .I N AP
and other Cleee wk. wN PRAISE OFItwee te
gags of 40 to, a aPefect a"e h a bB NO. 14 1411-
;CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY'
need gases at this age to relieve them .Uthe
r e strain w{n reed fee .e or Ter,- is r,,, ,th, .... h.~ I::, .- rRegular monthly ,meetwofte
fnem wort. Many peol tuwrd that har- b. ti.- "1L 14, -F I' A M' oodmen of the World will be held at
nearly need -o tat .x,,v.n,,,p .. y- e,.r ) glleeC early in life to ralie tl asChamberxlahs ,,I: ,.. it A regular communl- All members specially requested to at-
varieou frm of l hISs effective and ro:,s ;t o: ms ysv, cation of Marion-Dunn IoLge, No. 19, !tend, as annual election of officers will
the caues of 75 per cenL of all head- It use. Grateful luarnts .. ".- & A. M., will be held In the temple;, be held that evening.
ae. Just think: It has proven ido n,,t hslta, t tify, t" ,- -Thir. ay evening, Nov. 15. N. L Gottlieb, C. C.
aches. Just think: It has been proven, d~~~~~~cli woit hesitated. to- testify t i i iiigbohr odnl nie. Ca .SgCek
by eminent authotities that 3 pepleifor the e,-ft of oth, It i. .:'- Vitng brothers cordially invited. C ha. K. Sage. Clerk.
o of e ~ 4 t bt (ta | cure f ,r tcrwup a il i lft Trhu"rs 1 o .*. Dec. 6th.
ot f v headed the aattack if givn t tc' f-t a;,.; N. I. Gottlleb. W. M. See one of those McDougall Kitcheni
have dfective Gleaeee are the arcc of tRa, d.as. It ;-s .e-:. : Jake Brown, Secretary. Cabinets at Mclver & MacKay's.
remedy, became they COrIR-UIl the' adapted d t- chiil'.ir(n i i< j "'! .-ple-.lt
DEFECTS. When po erly 61ted there to take an,1 ,,' .i n,1ip.:., ii j:.-i u.,*


is. no eye strn. When y ,gt oy |Mr-. F A. H ;unt; hr a S
s I" s n W e yu gt resident :iid (I-'-k in the ;I (,- M f i..
to be relieve of theee headoho o, I .,oa. f:,,f r., ,!,. U, ,V A WW* J I
and eee me. I make a pecialty of aor- I Africa. sa.ys: '-i have tt.-. i ('iiann'ei, i
reoting ye where there fail. atis- laln's Cough i'mey t>l", varl ,.r: Dispenser of
faction s guarawto meM ey refund- 'roup and colds in nyv f 'imil-. I fiur.,l
S a r tn tht t tto 1w ysatisfacly r it gi'-, Pure Ice Crean and Cold r s,
ed. My vrefereacesare thoe"that V, Ptoebeee Creamaand Cold Drinks
m p le a s u r e lt- r e c nmrn lm,.n i T F ito- ,. T ? ^ tf t O ^
have reliv. ; ale by all druggists !, Choice Candies Fruts, C9nfecttone,
DR. D. U. SONEY,
OR. M.EONE,,Fall Line of all Popular Brands of Cigam
Eyesiht Specialist.l Opltical ParlWo PRESIDENT RECEIVED PEARY F Line of a Pop Bad o Ciga.
2 and 4 a rry y.iWng. oah FI.e Arctc ome in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under
__, Gave a Hearty Welcome to the Arctic .
'~ Explorer t he electric fans. Don't forget the place.
^ k~tf|| te : Washingto-n. D~ec-. 'I-C.-*'imn'ianider RZ.
9E. Peary. Me Arctic i'hir. ;a ....
THE tin the presi.-ent by a,),inimnnt Sa*-i
FALLEN BRIDGES' ICE O@1AU PARLOR,
Suday. lie -v-as hIe.11-;.'.": oi;:'att(1;tI
Suri by Mr. -no,,vsev, .,n th- achie-,.-n I Next to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank.
0LLI LU nohe has madei in his h1it-t- Aroic t _x-_____________________________________________________
i ploration trinr.
d I! Comnmandn r Pe-nry. u;.<,n ].-v .ng th,.
l h ot 1-use. said. I:-- wa-s going U.
Cames N I C t StCk Of New TrkIlay(n 1isne--0matters. I C I C IJ e IO I
SAd_. Walter Welliin. wh0 i'.i,,r. h h- r! z t -t W ef
Jk, S SuI of Ithe Arctic regi,,'is Ly -;:,ns ,,f an iar-
ship, was at the exe'utiive *fti. s hMit-n'
PINS. DIAMONDS. Commander Peiri aiv Th two,
RINGS, WATCHES. exchange t,lrdial gr,.';i: ins.
CHARMS. CBT GLASS, ___ Busiess. .
CHARMS. FOBS,4 DEADLY SERPENT BITES
CILAMCIL CUT GLASS,!(


FINE CHINA.
LADIES' U-BPRCT-TA .
GUARANTEE CLOCK
-And-
SOLUVENIR CARDS
ALL KINDS OF REPAl


OCALA


A Choice Stock

Of Fresh Beet.

And Muttmn,
Vegetables, Fruits,
Eggs, Fish, Oysi
Choice Fresh Fairo
series, always on ha
which to do your ma
Send or bring us
ders and tLey w
prompt attention

W. E. SMITE
No. 98 North Magnol

Phone 132

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!are as comm,,in in In.lia as art- st,'n-t
ach and liver disorders wivii us. Fot
the latter, howeci'tr. lher.- i' a sure1
(renmedv: Flcctric 'itt t-r.. th, izr,-: r- '
j storatlvt medi(in,. "if which S. A
Brown, of Bhnn.-ttsville. ('.. says.
IRIN. "They restored my ife tio pcrfc.t
health aftl-r years of suffering with
dyspepsia and a hi-rnticaily torpid,
liver." Electric Pitt.-rs curt' thills an41.
SFLA ;fever, malaria. biliousn-1ss, lamte hak.
Kidney troubles andl hladd.-r distorthcrs.
,Sold on guarant,-! by Ty lings & (',.
- druggists. Pri-e T,,4.
WOMEN KILLED
IN RAILWAY WRECK

P o rk Vergenne-s. .. ,,,I... ,-,iur -,,,
m en \ver t kill-,l -. ti ;nn -l t.- *,-.;th
.'aturday night in a ifte 'vhihli f.ll,\v-
ed a collision on th.- Rat lali, R ii.,, ,d.
and 12 others \\e-re -'riou',V injure.1.
Pou:ltry, Among the latter mi.'- ni,-nh,-r, -f
ters and the Drury Opera Comany andi a mngr,,
musician. A gravel rain ran int 1h,-
ily Gruc rear of the passe-nger ira;tn. thr'-e\ two
inc fr'oI coaches iovTn) a stet p enilankmntnti.
and tire startt'l frIni the it %(f'turiei
marketing siov-S. There wefr her,,ie ro.,'u-.-s b y
your or the crew nd twns.'.Ipi-
rill have CHILDREN'S
Favorite, tonic is WI..'s Cream Vtr-
mifuge. the cure f., x\ormnis andI all
T children's diseases It n-,t only ki!i.s
I the b,'orms, tat rei-o'x\--s th' e m 'icu:.j
St Or, and slime in which th-y b,,ill th.-ir
ia nests. Its action on the child is n^,!
and leaves him in a h,>a'thy con,litiiin.
Joe Daniiel. Surnia'. Te-nn., sa.s lhat
he gav' one oif his (hi!, n White's
Cream Vermifuge v !,,-n h, d.'.t-,w
thought it had colic.-an f:.ii tht- fi-rs
M IS A .B- .1- -... .. -. .. .. Q. L


99ALR r aPU iSSUB I dose 1e oim pasi-7 3* \. *..-i'
by the Anti-Monor-. y Druiz-.>r,,.
J. F. WILLIAMSON. Prop.
SUIT AGAINST A. C. L.
We Make a Specialy of Ladies' Skirts U A
of al Kinde j Mr. Mallard Wants $50.000 for the
...I Lose of Her Husband
Rats -henak;l-ll Ge e IThe entire dav '4 h i. ;,' .-ii
eand peed en heNoti d iTuay in Gainesvil'. say' ,- S;un.
'livte Pmptly. I ^of that ity. x: is s.-nt in 1,-ea'-ng ti-
4 7 lltimory in the vase of t'Carri- I). ,';-
'PHONE 16 i lard vt. the Atlantic <,'ast Lire :.tl-
Sroad company: dan'vice ,'",.


We have put in a full line of Men's,
Ladies', and Children's Shoes, Men's and
Boys' Clothing, Gent's Fwmishflg, Etc.
Our prices are very reasonable. Satis.
faction guaranteed.

THE SAMPLE OLOThING AND SHOE 00.,
Montezuma Block, Bloom & Foor, Proprietors, Ocala, Florida.



FURNITURE FURNITURE

Don't think for a minute that we have gone
out oi the Furtnhre Businm in Ocala We
are here to stay and have some exceptionally
fiae bargains to offer in FURNITURE and all
kindsof HOUSE FURNISHINGS both new.and
seconr-hand.
Out holiday line is coatln in and contains
many rare bargains in beatififl goods4Give
us a call and we will save you money.


J. A. PITTMAN & SON
THE FURNITURE MEN.


KNIGHT & LANG,

Successors to S. A STANDIEY & CO.

Full Stock of Wagons, Carriages, Buggies, Harness,
Saddlery and all the Accompanying Lines


Has Not Bkn More Tha(a Mile From
the SoutheMrn Railway Wreck med
Can Prove He Did His DOuty


Passed Examination Suocessfully
James Donahue, -New Britain. Conn.,
writes: "I tried several kidney reme-
dies. and was treated by our best phy-
sicians for diabetes, but did not Im-
prove until I took Foley's Kidney Cure.
After the second bottle I showed Im-
provement, and five bottles cured me
completely. I have since passed a
rigid examination for life insurance."
Foley's Kidney Cure cures back-ache
aand all forms of kidney and bladder
trouble. Sold by all druggists.
JAPANESE ARE PACIFIED
Evidently Don't Know President Has
No Authority Over a School
Board
Washington. Dec. 3.-The Associated
Press has authority to quote the Jap-
anese embassy as follows:
"Japan has every confidence that
President Roosevelt will adjust the
Japanese-California school controversy
entirely to the satisfaction of each na-
tion. Feeling this confidence, Japan
has ceased to be agitated over the
situation."
EARLY TO BED
And early to rise, makes one healthy.
happy and wise-especially if you take
Herbine before retiring. A positive
cure for constipation, dyspepsia and all
liver complaints. Mrs. S-, Columbia,
Tenn.. writes: "I always keep a sup-
ply of your Herbine on hand. Am so
pleased with the relief it gives in con-
stipation and all liver complaints, that
words can't express my appreciation."
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
PUNISHED THE PULAJANES
Good Work of the Constabulary in(
Samar
Manila, Dec. 3.-A force of consta-
bulary. under Major Murphy. surprised
Sthe camp of Pabio, chef of the Pula-
janes. on the island of Samrnar, Sat-
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When you wish to bmy Vumltqm hr"^
Office, no- matter what is denied; Uw *
little, we can help you do the. iMWII" ;
Maimmoth Stock to.mlet fros ai e -,on iw
nen to help you, we-can sudy ppiy yyr a tw- -


We CarM The LARhESTSODCK I5


Poulns of Tobaco Burned by
Rioters at Princeton, Ky.
Princeton. Ky.. Dec. 3.-The tobac-
co stemmeries of John Steger and John
G. Orr. the latter controlled by the Im-
perial Tobacco Company, of New York.
were destroyed Saturday by a fire
which was kindled by a mob of mask-
ed men. The loss is estimated at
S170.090.
The mob, which numbered about
300 men, entered Princeton. seized the
night town marshal and disarmed him.
They then went to the factories and
quickly applied the torch. The masked
men stood on guard, permitting no-
body to come near until the buildings
were enveloped in flames, and help wasn
useless. They then left the town, go-
ing the direction of Hopklnsvllle, dis-
charging revolvers and rifles as they
*departed.
SThe Steger factory is controlled by
Sthe American Snuff Company, and Mr.
Steger is the Princeton agent. There
[was about 150,000 pounds of tobacco
In each warehouse. The mob, in ad-
dition to disarming the policeman
took charge of the police station and
the waterworks. Oven had the fire
company responded they would have
been unable to obtain a supply of wa-
ter.
The work of the mob Is believed to
be only a futherance of the agitation
by the tobacco raisers against the so-
called tobacco trust. The organiza-
tion of farmers Is known as the Dark
Tobacco Growers' Protective Associa-
tion, but It is not known that any mem-
ber of that organization was in last
night's mob.
NO OPIUM I14
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
SThere is not the least danger in giv-
!ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
small children- as it contains no opium
or other harmful drug. It has an estab-
lished reputation of more than 30
years as the most successful medicine
in use for colds, croup and whooping
cough. It always cures and Is pleas-
ant to take. Children like it. For sale
by all druggists.
ATLANTA RAPIST CONVICTED
Cause of Much Trouble Will be Hung
January lt
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 3.-Wlll Johnson,
a negro, was found guilty Saturday of
making a criminal assault upon Mrs.
Georgia Hembree last August.
Johnson was immediately sentenced
to be hanged January 1, 1907, and it
is not probable that any effort will
be made to save his neck, as the evi-
dence in the case will hardly warrant
the defense making such a move.
Johnson was also identified as the
man who made the criminal assault
upon Mrs. J. N. Camp a few weeks ago,
who was attacked in her yard and
beaten and bound by the black brute.
Another negro was arrested for this
crime and was tried, but he proved a
complete alibi and was released.
The police declare that Johnson is
guilty of a number of other serious
crimes, besides these two, one of them
being for murder, and that in hanging
him all the crimes will be wiped out
and the country freed of a very bad
citizen.


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OMALA GAS ENUoE w -

GMraMaMchUM&RefpSbn '
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,%r well Euipp with te mi- dskifd Meeimh e.f w
chinery W ande fTes fe Del"g o e#et Ne S -
LIGHT TURNING, FlT1rV4G, PIPE CUTflNe, l
MIPAI R WOMIC .,,'^" T '* .
A peiatyMaeot the Itwrtafm w ml qAl^I '7,^
Marine aw4 Sttlonery Eng4oes of Light H^pwm, E3w'
Gasoline, Auteomnoblee and AuNimteU rnoftfm k
Agonto for the Mosarok frtl o ter,- be **. teano 0- I -- l 01 -In Q* ?*
SAll-91o" Pain%* ft eN Dry ft '
DEALERS IN PIPES, PITTIMNTO KAl.HANl PUIL& U .'
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL NAlL 0M fti' U ^


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FINE CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
TRAPS, CARRYALLS,
SADDLE KOM

FINE VEHICLES, FAST
HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE "
HORSES BOARDED T,
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Parlor. We can put in the KoheW S m
and furnish all that is needed f r ma.. -
everything that is needed for tih. I l
the Silver, for the Parlor or Hall fw ii g>
we have all that you will need, inlodim :
ing. Linen, the Covering for the floorA ihm fl ;
for the Walls. We also carry ComplA e F-l"
for the Office.
"Call on, or write, Us a get our
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EVENING STAR ^ CHAG UW TOM WA LUSTALKS
UI m...a l, eofibas r Cu.. sH Mde On. ie Sad C .e.m mn and Worse 3~m ._ n" ".... ..OpenAiW e-buuA4
c. L.N sore101m a = 11 &OMI a M IatermeMlan. aW a A. C. L. Pat, tem and f -end *miscni i e- h-- ''
0 66 *III I I 4h mwcharmang who R r so Mar: with plas.r I ne tie f k m S.Bi USdid" W di* (_ I
C. L. mewr ameds. S. Carms has ai4ed her gracious personality ad the rMeport aof the Ocala Board of Trade Ir A c.
_.~ ^ various talents to the social we of the in your Satrday edition, ad beng I aq -a '.-0. N li1,ul 8
Capital City this season. Miss Mix- out of the city, I reret I could not at- A @B acceout *of as ehilt .nr aN. A
om. et lorida, who has spent the past tend. Mr. George Maeravs views are m. -4- s pervisor .aof o
4. L T.IMWR, meothu as Mss Vardama's guest. At- to my notion, and I think the keynote roMMMad crma en r-e ,i
Edi~t i ad .i M1nag0W ter a y fortnight at the enecutve atf the proper solutio. Without being I 11 II II ampa TNuesday iuorning and s -40
masmies. these two popular debutantes asked, would suggest that the com-. I the turpe-tine cam1 north of the ~ity
SCARM L. began a round of visits to Mriends in mittee appointed by the board of trade | I I| 11 and in the evening wearnt on tos
IL R. CAthe deta, where they were showered send out an official cownw iat tto inspect U ner's scampw. The
CIty Editr amd Burin w rth egs and beautiful entertain- all e bodies along the t41 aof the A. nq ep es as
M ONS mseat C. I I feel sare that Tarpo prings. ad&.j.ater#d by a mother w e la with hathe .'o l "."......
TBeturaine to the mansion yesterday St- Petersbrm. Clearwater. Plant City, north of St. m tLwYrD IN TAIMT tby were Joned b Miss aiey of Tampa Lakeland. FI*t MWe Puntafs tm ed commons favorably on the JLaego c am.
---- this city, and the tree will leave to- Gorda. Newberry. GaineavUie, Duanel- Sbe knows that OZOMULSION h s ai m iis it n,a. baefIlai
Mr. AEL BurtC OM 'iewer. is marrow for Mis Mtoa's Flortda home, Ion. etc. will act with the Ocala corn- a foutain of energy for grown-up, t ian the one here.
mot a n a naiOfa1 0ra mo ind, at Ocala, where they wil be joined by mittee. I have met and talked to too. It stops waste of fieA It Smake ,Theengtlea weere It.tere~ed by
whI e t* mpisa tuM et 5 ,, su attan Uot. Btoe Falls, W members of the different boards and y o1f ric bood. For pale. feeble the Indepeent ahe had justnish-
glam wb he e amt. Mr. Bm t V.Jacksoa (Mise.) Zentag News. they are ripe for any Joint action. I o it is at def ursher at f's ash and oyser mapper at Al ns.
boht the chest ae etof ct a h Coa metary to er charming also called on senators and repareseta-e Mr. McLn said
he haM evr carried, da It was ship- mC m s will give detives, and those who voted against bills feast, It ewres Consumptip when "Qur cqvlct lease system is goo
ped over two froth ago., a be tha u rty u at her giving the railroad commission more taken i times A-n druggists sell i-. There has. bAn trouble, but not from
heard notgeor home on South Third street. power, who now assure me they wi lS cet s amd $1.oo the bottle. Let at state priou s.. The are short term
he locate t. vote for a bill. We want power also o county prisoners. Heret18 os are.o- -
CATARRH CANNOT SE CURED to compell a railroad to deliver goods pie get confounded. The njty of
WEIHrME IMPROVEMENTS in certain time or pay certain amants b a d the prisoners are negroes.- They eme-
Mr. Fred G. Wethe. the jewer th I)CAL APPIJCATIONS. as for delay. They don't fall to collect w to the camp from a life where their
as are centlyear sed the how erim a the m storage If goods are In depot over 4 Writ letter or postal to has ben no .relar hos r
Satarrh s a ood or co ustitu- hours, and what i tair one way is OZOM I.IO CO lee play of eating. It Is hard
ma centdisplayathisgoodso Mr.o t a m an dInorder to cume Itfair the other. i W ,late them to new cono ws. Tur
W e is getting in the bestockae eternal The railroad kick is not on such men are used to sleeping In their old. elt 5
goods the ewees e that hea tarrh Care takela eternally Taylor. Huber, Ford and smaller of -- and it takes. patience to ain
goods In the eweler line that ad ats directly on the blood and mu- a but on the principals who will R AL them to the proper mode of retlring.
com s saeesa. Halls Catarrb re not spend money to keep the road up. v They jump the traces on cleaUinem] .-
Mr. W. J. dwanrs was seen on the is not a quack medIine. It V= pre- Many railroad men agree with us, but A Fine -Room Ho lessee glye them better clothes.
AM. L. station platform last enght ascribed by oe of the best phyracians they can't express themselves public- Will sell my better food. And put en n etter
about 7 clock Headbeewa this country for years and s a y a they draw salaries from thissel my fine dence in the condition than the have ever bee
over re oo for the north regular presc riptr. It Is composed of sor. They don't mind exprm n first ward. It is a two-story, ten-r before. Pitiful tales come from source
tover a e our nota d out thbow much the best toalcs known, combined with themselves privately and the kick of house and has a bath and all modern saying that the convicts have o shoes,
train and o not t ow mhthe best blood prifier acting direct- citizens s smal alone ide of improvements, large lot. at a price that or if they have shoes they are merely
longer b e would have to wait T'l ry on the mucous surfaces. The per- I. I h eve y What will interest buyers. Prick and term shreds of leather. You can glY boan .
es-maor was c a fet et-- e oi ot the two a er. the. I hear them ery day What reasonable to a responsible buyer. Am eroes the best pair of shoes ever
Shisp. bute o ueats is what produces such wonderful 1 to 300 hour oertime n a month kaving the city the cause of the sale rmae and they wulat them with
time breakfast. tr ar res lts In curing Catarrh. Sed for Are they fit to lookout for the safety At.lo to e HOoal F1 at the .- k ten minutes aftermealcv them.
at 7:s. and pulled out a few minutes _.__ of passengers? Well many make this tore 0 Mot of the crmina d d.
laterand 100100 ala the btwood .JC&e&Ca, P'ro T1106.0-muc-h overtime. The excuses of the of- it has undermined their emtltu.-
knot s aong the rmt a we la gumetw 0 by4 10t, e T ae. ficlals areo that they can't get men. I MORE FINE STOCK COMING tons. Tuberculosis, bl6od disease and
I In Jacksonvie by this h s tme. H al ly Pill@frC o patldfoam glad tmey can't Who wants to rheuatm are prevalent In cmp .
work for them on the track at Hv ldo thecarl ofn These men are given decent care i.
The raWANT" workforfhe tehertrcketn terhorses and muless we received a short the camps for the first time In their
The f---- r of the late hOaWANa. W wats t .e r .e p tJ e
The futneralo e aie@of ta se may? tge ties.at iown to tiume ago, our Mr. Hugh Nichols has lives. When their, terms expire they
President Samuel Spencer were held in eStar office a good PrOpo ell them tieo at g. when they can gone to market for another car of fine go forth cured. You put these sme
e washiagtonSu day.S e htene ro po.ti to make to two bright boys Irom can't buy S butter i? mh because animals, which will be here m a few prisoners, in dark cells, with. but Ut- .
ter. who had bee Ir n the sbertce 1 to 1 years age for part of the I want to pay bcper pound when the days. This load will be well worth tie exercise room, and they would die.
the road for t boe the body to te. afternoon work. Boys must have a market Is c. Who said anarchist? waiting tfo and we ask you tO come or the hospitalste would be so fu that U
every train on the Southern Railwayw Well someone ought to, as the A. C. L. and see them on their arrival. the state would groan under themK
"-stem stopped and remained stand- Is laying a broad foundation to build Tompkins & Nichols. pense. The open air work cures
tnd five minutes. Thts tribute was MAN En e A that breed on. I have heard a dosen and makes men of them. Until some-
paSd to his memory by several other men say in the past two weeks they body finds a better system than the
railroads. The Atlanticl Coast lAme S it e l to be the most would like to blow the road up with R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK. present one the convict l ase system
train due In Ocala at 1: p. m. seems precoes gwem t crow ot e and dynamite, or join a crowd to tear the will stand. The best conducted camps.
to have stopped , rwitne e c o own hoe tracksup This may sound strong, but FULLE A BALCK he most attention is
wehe M M M manr wlan rJa* JKSSa h e yoes ha uu re p*Ar h SURGEONS ealt. h.N o
o respect for Presdlet Spenm eer or. y o a t secra orfseth eath N. no It is the truth, and few of the people FL Rcomfort of the prisoners, Iswhei
owe thpe, ors' but o the go verasom t mat watheo W a s, Mas- staying at home realize the amount of Work is moat satihfatory and more
amade n example of a. Now Ilet Maaa e reul cusingthat has gone on owing to the remunerative to the lessee. The
Gr end a few tru ma ter det o e s they can be ree-rottencondition of the road. MaybeMCher&rtt of sub-lessees now haewling the pris-


peftentlary matter will be easier t hem to throw o dea. ach ap Then when the ennes me they may na aocogenerally m of bus.
for the common people p rBankofrelmag r muscularthe person a bett when we artoe judged n the great here- e edmFOLLOW Nag THm FLA



Go a d. a Mo o s y e Empty Pth afereeie.h. uprwl a e tho-
Ensey omlTe ce.. has bee found at Va- lt e. o drugla, anywhere I w after do withe good Lord whl blame tho sought of zens not men from lower str -
another reprieve. Rand ateed to rve kind need eI w caU at simply restore th e who caused us to sin by swearing and"empty t A of m ura Route 1l Concord,
years in a federal prison.et t He mae oses and gve truct or pulled not the poor mortals who could stand. C a call on us wll gve mmediat ree. Nas
pagood the boards. but the government fullppy followed an ad explan the I told him he ought to get a paper Termub and ,two year n, tmhe Pu
mteade an example of hnim. Nor life No bene thereof O e d ult ba anDid you say engines and cars? Let __Attention to _"_ies__ wit anodnsa by to dw y n tr ao
will send a few trust magnates to the and the nervous forces. thus e in0.b. us have roadbed, ties and track first.L " "inar wtarodaytion aoy nlife.'"o-
pententlryin to matters will he easier ton room at above address. Cons hen when theenginesep thcome they may . n. New
for the common people pcguty of the station maree. O the horson a m totere able to sta on the track.st, and you e Label Coee... ...... . O O I ept F G.



adtwo. 2 p. m. Call or write, Mran. Jenn I met aave the lives of many a poor Maker, per kit.. .. 50 healt. Our And now, in ent to CubHam nMre,
J. G. Drawings hhte famous south l have opened Avene drummslast week. He had railroad spike in 1 o oa.. 1 th we llpinesd t theal bet medn the
Georgia murderer. and Alf Moore, his sage" parors at No. 64, ort~ng his hand, and I what he was going to f h4Celery:. ... mp nt consideration. Ws .ot
ne sgroapcc. Ruice will be hungt prob Valump Wavenue, Ocala, where I ill do with t. He said he thought of t rrI MaI ol
dostae tomorrow, uless tanhey reve ly r instruct n the art otons etcMag done taking it back with him and show It to Morton, retired ommissary BUOR ALE
another reprieve. RawU s attorney Ma~ or I will call privatoue Mr. Hearst and teome him that he had When yod u have that emptyt fing, IN" L' -. A- of Ru.raRoute 1, Concord
ist in Atlanta trying to gettjae state houses and give such Instruction or pulled It out of a cross-tie on the A. C. a call on us will give imMediatO.re'.. ef. ,Cubas and .two years In"theP il
pardoning board to coubattal te h sead such ma g and explain the I told him he ought to get a paper atd and d
tee to imprsomany ment her life. No benets terf. O andconsult b and gentle some croegulator ies to gmao with Wand Call Yr Atenon to pines, and being ubject to elds. too
o is ppotryi wongtould have tabueegro. though ton rooms at above address.letri onsul- it. Gentlemen, keep the agitation up- Coee.. Dr. Kingt New- Discovery forca A
be seems to bet the a osquity of the tatn tree.Office hours, I 11 ued as dire. to good will come of it at last, and you lueI. b CPtio. whic i kept e in
two. p. m.The ItalianCall or write, Mrs. Jenne may save the lives of many a oor Maker, pe kit......... 50 health.. And now, in New am
W l the duty o crde oilNo th help. M. Fort Ki veue. drummer.. t a trainedplendidoney, 1 onan 1 5 we find t the best medicine n the
Ruh ssa is getting redy to doRussblean Ocala, street. One of themase on T. H. Wallis. Dr. Prin s's What celery world for cough nd on hldas brger or





* petrack the Selds, and grain our own purchase the store if prerred. Apply ort areed at Tydin o sprigC.'s than Florida.
United tateopus and Japan ever get into NG O AVIN C OUHRDERED AN ALARMING SItto, q TUATIONick. 50Many of theand form ood- te streams
Sscr Russi would robbly ump We will get y e d taon- frequently results from neg rom the start and some of them are





at the chance to recover Manchure ery, cards, In vitations, etc., do e and god bowels and torpid liver, until .on- BUIN oe o rt a E h-
f tobacco was introduced a ttalion had Shot up ditlon Ie u s unknown to those who use e best kn6w n the United
a northern town instead of Browns- AGENT p but Chaber AM Rf.igst new fe Pills; the best French Sardine, E Sta es, A s silver Sprihed and good s lo
failed to pwoe. a abed Pr i. et Remwantedy to s sel g of all in Gu aranteed by Tyi & Co. cated six miles east of Ocala Thisl
ed will ls t for yas ^sl sl U.i ran K.i" *
eI the duty on crude oil, thus helpiga on free saplet M. A. Bsor, m You can get a splendid, established prmClark Bros.. .- the o -.
the Oermas who ret n the salao Coleman street, b port Con r. bseiness, lease on the store, or can orth o i Mbarket .otivI.. tibt haslre or




petroleum fields, and giving our o sotwn purchase the store if prerr Apply .E. VR ALFRED OWEN -more -nu spri sp g 'than Flaorid -a
oJut staic Jam B. Whitol of th tema
A r t e nM R. ( iCa ts einamai ari ofractites cared of eeater is


supreme court. i' onosrosm enadfr8 U"fo 40t40fedepndIwne-
tui.y ciear,.raous romgentuanuufor aum-


Bart Corley. now foreman of the sewerage and even transp-rl
Leesburg Commercial, was in town a UmI a to taxpayers, U4 t
few hours Sunday. Ocala and Ocala VI $ WIMM OW on madew without th ant tW
printer are always glad to see Coriey. s1 *L W WWWa smat the conduct of these propt a
W. A. Garrett. late general manager Ue will be along practical and batd-
ao the Queen and Crescent, took charge "MII T es
a vice-president and general manager W It Is the failure to assure the prac-
of the Seaboard Air Lime. Saturday. tcal that works the evil, for munielpal
os A iwrship Is a general ownership. and'
Joseph H. Curry. es-city clerk of PlHOSHAArB LAMSal owArship ia rg results too easip
Key West, has been sentenced to the a tfbeg special business of any
penrteatlarn for three years. Isscbuing e^UL ciw or taxpayer to look into or Ih-
fraudulet crip was his offene. quire after the conduct of the proper-
The Navy Department declared that ROOM 31, HOLDER BLOCKE un" der cotroL This eaves
the stories about trouble on the cruiser mrpqmoent to a few, who soon find
Thnmes *e are unfounded. OCALA, FLOIDA. that they have only themselves to ac-
count to. that people are too busy to
Congress met today. O dem aecountings and taxpayers
SLAacceptany kind of report, just
PARTED Either In hard rwoc or pebble region. so there Is the appearance of all being
.If developed I can sell them for you. right and light, water, sewerage, etc.
Cotrbuted.) If not developed, I can have the worK are given.
When in thy day dremsa. done for you. It Is this Indifference and neglect on
One thought returns to me. I have the following to offer In tlw part of taxpayers to take note of
And tbo* It sometime seees Ocala city property: munWkpal affairs which make munlc-
Happiness was not for thee. ownership of public utilities a
A time will surely come, dear. Z UiTT PROPERTY hparlow and expensive matter. The
Our love we will renew, hazards and expensive matter.
No matter if all here be drear. The northwest corner lot, 29 feet theory of .mmnelpc l ownership, with
In Heaven all will be true. facing Magnolia street and 84 feet on its great saving to each taxpayer, the
nt oe he lovely fll etrs North First street, ftace the govern- extra service given and the great prof-
Jt note the lovely powerfm meant building site.I still mold; als Ms tin can all be placed in ifg-
To lonely hearts thir powers tthe lot immediately mouth o it 28 m beforehand, but It is a failure un-
Make bright the dreary past. et by ie the taxpayers shall give earnest
God gave thee as a token ALLRED HOTEL and serious heed to the conduct of
Of His everlasting love. tbem pe i utilties, for unless this is
And tho' ties here be broken. Situated Immediately north of the dts they will wake up some day with
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Fie Caskets an iurial .nes
All Work Done by Liensed EIm.
balmers and Fully Guarantee


C. J. PHiLLtPS -.


Plans and Specifications Furnished
Upon Request ,


fully clear. appearing abmlutely cobor-


A station for measuring the flow of
-the spring- has-- been established by
the United States Geological Survey.
A gage has been attached to the row-
boat house at the extreme head of the
kprisc, sad daily readings are taken
by-- Mr. T.- W. Pierce.--the row-boat
tender. Current meter ineasurments
are made by the hydrographers of the
survey. A measurement made May 29.
1906. when the station was established,
determined' the discharge to be 545
cubic feet nier second.


29 South Third Cala, Fla. Pho. n130 Editor Star: The undersigned, thinks
^ -that he can recommend the above cure,
S- having himaelf- been cured of bronchial
and .hasal catarrh. It comes In three,
forms, cigarette, pipe and plate. Free
.s -ample. I refer you to Rev. F. 1. Brid-
ges, P. E.. L W. Moore, P. C., ad
Mr. White, of-the Christian church.
ABlgLoador $1 W. Ditto. Aeat.
WANTED-By a. prominent monthly
magazine, with large, high-class cir-
culation, local representative to look
after renewals and increase subscrip-
tion li.t in Ocala and vicinity, on a
salary basis, with a continuing Inter-
est from year to year In'the business
Be H SEYMOUR created. Experience desirable, but no"
Essential. Good opportunity for the
right person. Add4.ress, Publisher, Box.
Phone 185 59. Station 0, New York.
- Millions of bottles of Foley's Honey
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THE ONLY MEDIUM-PRICED FAMILY HOTEL IN THE CITY
Now Ready for the Winter Business
CHOICE TABLE BOARD. CLEAN AND AIRY ROOMS
All of the Acommodations of a Modern Hotel, With the Chargee of
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CENTRALLY LOCATED BETWEEN BOTH DEPOTS


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Grocery.


I have bought the Fort King Grocery and re-stock.
ed it with a complete. fresh line of Staple and
Fancy Gtrocerits flir tIe faliily trade. I will carry
only tile frelshe-t alii best goods to be had, and
will guarantee to s'll them to you as cheap as any
one in tie city. (' lntry produce bought and sold
and fruits and hlaker'. bread will be put in in a few
dayv. (.Give tie a sliare of your trade and if good
goods. courtfo-us treatment and low prices merit a
coxntinuane, of it. ouil will continue to trade with
me. RIlepeetfully


N. L.


Corner Fort King


WILLIAMS, Pop.
Ave. a.d Atlantic Coast Line Railroad


ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICE


P OF EA~r D5EASM


K. of P. meet this evening. a mr U0a mly es a head liae slmi-
Ir to t ale u I at tu in the news-
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow nlght. u w Ainl ie and strnons-
_1 my to l1ead p Uto aLvu]ar and other
Masems meet Thursday evening. aleeiom of the attended by ir-
regular aeton, alpitation, dizziness,
Masks, masks, masks. We have 4mthueid e m~Maon and ot&er dJtre.u s
them. The Postotce Drugstore. s t- mi.t iugre.eut. of
S-aw I mnt; F0pedents of
which Dr. Pierce's Goe a medicall Di-
Mr. 0 J. Benson of DunneUlon was a G o is made are recommended by some
buaiees visitor In town today. of the leading writers on faterla Medica
for the cus of just such cases. Golden
COOK WANTED-Apply at Mrs. alrooM~r Maa ce, is said by the
Charles Peaer's. south Third street. Uznur tat Dt aOiroa a stand-
.ard auth.ori -to Irpa tone and in-
S creased power to the bean's action."
Ordaj your engraved cards and In- Numerous other ding authorities rep-
vitations through the Star otfc. reest GooM Sea as an unsurpassed
ter. foro thf o r omul system in general,
Mrs. D. M. Boney and little daughter s s the heart is alst wholly com-
have returned from their visit to the o S .a rtie, it naturally
Tampa fair. e by ts superb general tonic. But
Prablya the mat a mprtaat ingredient
We are headquarters for ch of "Golde Medical Discovery," so far
books an hool splies of an kild. an I ts Narvo cures of valvular and
Ocaea N s Co. t other affectom of the heart are con-
caa eWS uened, Is 8toneroo%, or CoWUns.a Can.,
P.. PoL Win. Paie author of Paine's
S. W. Petteway of Dunellon was In BItMy of Medle, says of It:
the city today. L *et lo sita nead a ateamt who was
do vmih messd 1th. vlvaular disease of
t .s ... t o . ... t tthae his flu_ s were obliged to
Come to athis o Tto 1 av-Ye ear Se 1 u r-stal H e, however. radally
visiting cards and wedding avitatiUos someaed under the nla-seb g Collnsain
engrv ed b M from Stone
=""V&I@ nodt B anad to s btustines.
Mr. C. W. White, of Danville, Va., is e tew l so ditreng and so dan-
guest of the Ocl Ho u... a MaieWYt. wit them it was all
of e ..oe.. tearfully warned the
td e t kt at* was mar at hand. Col-
Oace suppoea of ta kiadlkn am =Y affords, relief in
blaks a specialty, at the Ocala News a CS. tamom cfects a
COMPOSy. U UtsJIwas h eo-nIed by Dr.
Bale ad llgw d, of Chicago, for
Mrs. P. Pittma.- O was Wvl anad other diMs es of the heart.
Mr. E P. P.ttman. of Colema. was The latter hat-: It is a heart tonic of
in the city for a short time today on direct and SMn at influence."
her way to Jackeonvile. "Goldm Medleal Dlscovery,"* not only
rM MerMis heart affections, but is a
The f inest lie of soaos toilet Vow- m-Iet e ent gmenral tonic and invigor-
t---o cty. andtheGu st ar* uthemli the stomach. invig-
ders, etc., la the .city., and the Uaest ~ the liver, ulating the bowels
6c. soap on the market. Tydings & Sd caring catarrial affections in all
Company, pata of the system.
oi. PlUM' Pu Pl o&wea Comtlpatim.


The county commissioners and board
of public instruction were in session
Monday.
Our lBe of lndles desks and cono
bluation desks and book cases will be
found ezeeedingly handsome. Mclver
& MacKay.
Mr. Ray Yockey, a popular traveling
man with headquarters in Jackson-
ville. spent Sunday In this city, the
guest of the Ocala House.
FOR RENT-A four uom cottage In
second ward. Apply to Dr. Win. An-
derson, druggist.
Dr. Doster Le.tner came up this af-
ternoon from Leesburg to act as usher
In the Hardaker-Piatt wedding this
evening.

If you want a good turpentine mule,
or farm or mill horse, see Patterson &
Crutcher, at the Marion Farms Stable.
Mr. and Mrs. R Van Hood and Dr.
S. H. Blitch will leave tonight for
Jacksonville to attend the Sunday
school convention.
FOR BALE-A lot of fine Kentucky
horses and mules for sale at prices to
suit purchasers, at D. W. Templag'
Livery, Ocala, Fla.
Mrs. N. L Gottlieb has as her gsest
her sister, Miss Nathan, from Savan-
nah. who will spend several weeks In
Ocala.

A guarantee stands back of every
horse and mule purchased from us.
We have two carloads of the bet
Patterson & Crutcher, at the Marion
Farm Stables.
Mrs. Ed Carmichal left today as a
delegate from the Baptist church of
this city, to the state Sunday school
convention, which meets in Jackson-
ville tomorrow.
Our stock of wedding presents is
complete. We have a large line of
sterling silverware and cut glass, a
nice line of Rookwod potters and
many other suitable articles. Ocala
Music Co., Jewelers;
Miss Anna Mixon and guests arriv-
In Ocala this afternoon and the society
folks are looking forward to Thursday
evening with eager anticipation.

COW FOR SALBE-Fine Milker, with
young calf. Broken to lead and tie.
Price. $0., spot cash. E. C. Smith.
Mr. C. L Bittinger has gone to St.
Louis to attend a meeting of the Na-
tional Press Association, of which he
Is a member, as welt as president of
the state association.
Special rates to regular monthly
boarders at the Montseuma hotel, sad
you will and there a lot of congealfl

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bittinger, of Ply-
mouth. Mass., after a very pleasant
visit of ten days to Mr. and Mrs. C.
IL Bittinger, left today for Jacksonville.
St. Augustine and Miami. They will
return home direct from those points.
WANTED-Neat girl to band cigars
at El Tropico Cigar Factory, west side
square, opposite courthouse.
In the cult of Mrs. Mallard against
the A. C. L. at Gainesville. for the
death of her husband, the jury gave
her $20,000.
We make a specialty of engraved
Invitations and cards. As good as can
be had anywhere. Samples shown with
pleasure. The Postgffce Drugtore.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Spencer and
child of Jacksonville, are at the Ocala
House.
WANTED-Purchasers tor out glass.
We have the largest line in Ocala from
which to make-your selections. We
are just opening up a new lot. Ocala


The elevated sidewalk Mr. John D.
Robertson has had built in front of
his property on Oklawaha avenue is
about completed. It is a handsome
piece of work and will last a hundred
years. It is an ornament to the street
and a benefit to the town, and if all
our property owners would follow suit.
Ocala's sidewalks would be things of
beauty and a joy to walk on. Mr.
Chas. Moore did the work.




Anyone wishing anything special or
lare-slied packages of Huyler's can-
dies for Christmas, will please leave
orders with me not later than Dec. 1st
T. W. Troxler.

No! Huyler's candles have not ad-
vanced in price. You can buy Huyler's
as cheap as you can any other kind.


The Elks of Ocala held their annual
memorial services last night for their
departed' brothers at Grace Episcopal
church. The service was most im-
pressive and the church was crowded.
About fifty Elks attended and all of
the officers of the lodge were- present
Rector Harrison said that he would-
not attempt to eulogize -the departed,
that their brothers who knew them and
loved them. wrre better acquainted
with their many virtues than he, and
the good deeds of the absent ones were
a living monument to their memory.
He then spoke for half an hour feel-
ingly and eloquently. and his sermon
was paid the closest attention. The
music by the choir was solemn and
sweet Every one who attended the
services left the church feeling that
he or she had been benefited and
was glad to have been there.
CITY IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY
On "account of a committee being
appointed to appear before the city
council, the regular monthly meeting
of the City Improvement Society will
ge postponed from the first Tuesday to
the second Tuesday of this month.
Secretary.
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES
PHILLIPS AT HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips, Miss
Mixon. Miss Vardaman, Miss Mc-
Claugherty, Miss Bailey. Thursday
evening, December 6th. at 9 o'clock.
RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS
TO MISS O'DANIEL
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. tender
their heartfelt thanks to Miss IAllie
O'Deniel, of Nashville, Tenn.. for visit-
ing our city and favoring us with a
most enjoyable recital and a soulful,
uplifting lecture.
This consecrated little woman has
greatly encouraged and inspired us
In the great battle against the curse
of the nation-licensed saloons and.
distilleries, and has sown seed in our
midst which will bring forth an abun-
dant harvest.
God bless and give her strength to
continue her great work of encourag-
ing and inspiring all organizations
that are bowed down and dishearten-
ed. until the temperance wave shall
have swept over the entire world.
Mrs. C. I& Bittinger,
Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall.
Press Committee.
BIG STOCK OF WATCHES
I have the best line of watches to
select from of any house In Central
Florida. Watches for ladies and men,
and for any price: also any design or
size. Come in and inspect the line.
A. E. Burnett. the Jeweler.
HOMEMADE _CAKE


A fresh supply Just received at T. W.
Troxler's. Beginning Saturday, Dec. 8th, there
will be weekly sales of homemade
Syou contemplate a trip va the A. cake at A. E. Burnett's store from
If you contemplatleae trip via the A. 9:30 until 12 o'clock. Special orders
C. T. Adams, the city ticket agent Inmay be !eft with Mrs. Geo. P. Dittmer,
ST. Adams, the city ticket aent, in chairman of the committee. The mon-
the Ocal House. ey derived from these sales is to as-
sist in paying off the small debt that
Saw mill and fixtures in good repair
for sale cheap Call or write, Mrs. A.
M. Reed. South Lake Weir, Fa, dwtf HOGAN GETS BUSY
We want your prescription business
and are better prepared than ever to G. D. Hogan has a solid carload of
take care of it. Tydings & Co. whisky that will arrive in Ocala in a
take care of It. Tydng & Co. few days. Mr. Hoan' business is
Do you want the most comfortableI growing apace.


place in the state to1 oaro, ior the,
money it will cost you? If so, come to
CoL Shipman's Montezuma hotel.
We are headquarters for all kinds of
stationery. Come and see us when in
need of any. The Postoffice Drug-
store.
Terkeween Oil is the best prepara-
tion made for coughs and colds, and
all kinds of cuts, sprains and bruises.
Apply either as a liniment or take in-
ternally. Tydings & Co., exclusive
makers.
A new line of iron beds, nearly one
hundred different patterns and any
price desired, at Mclver & MacKay's.
Two cars ot Kentucky horses and
mutes at the Marion Farms Stables.
Just arrived. Call and see Patterson
& Crutcher for prices, as they are to
be located here permanently.



CASTOR IA

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SHERIFF SALES


Sheriff Gordon made the following
sales today: A. Brown vs. Edwin
Root: A. Y. Strunk vs. Wm. M. Moore.
and a lot of confiscated feed stuff that
was shipped In without the new pure
food law tags on.

MASHED HIS HAND
Mr. A. J. Lee, of Ieesburg, a young
man of about 30 years of age, had the
little and ring finger of his left hand
mashed off and the middle finger bad-
ly crushed at 5:30 yesterday afternoon,
while coupling cars in the A. C. L.
frieght yards in this city. Dr. W H.
Powers dressed the wound and sent
the man home last night.

THE TEXAS WONDER
Cures all kidney, bladder and rheu-
matic troubles. Sold by all druggists.
or two months' treatment by mail fror
$1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street,
St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials.
Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monop1ly
Drugstore.
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES


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"WOODMAR" FRUIT
I have a few boxes of fancy fruit,
half oranges and half grapefruit, suit-
able for Christmas gifts. Price. $2 per
box, f. o. b. Eastlake. David 8. Wood-
row, Postoffice Box, 967, Ocala.
FINE HORSES AND MULES
We have Just received another car-
load of as good horses and mules as
were -ever seen in this market, and we
invite those who are in need of good
stock to call and look them over.
Patterson & Crutcher.
At the Marion Farms Stables.
A GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION
If you are looking for a good busi-
ness proposition, call on F. W. Ditto.
You get your money's worth at the
Ocala News Company. and a coupon
for a $25 piece of hand-painted chi-
na. You can see It In the window.


W_-
30wMsthe We are agents for the New Home HORSES AND MULES
ogwe" of Sewing Machine and carry them in We have our horses and mules se-
stock. Call and see the machines and elected by another member of the firm,
get prices. Sold on time is preferred. Who is always on the ground in Ken-
A few Sne, thoroughbred South Pittminan & Son, the furniture men. tucky, and therefore get only the very
Carolina Rhode Island Red Cockerels choicest animals. We fully guarantee
for sale. Price, $2 each. Mrs. J. A. CLERK WANTED every horse and mule sold by us.
AFPatterson & Crutcher,
Morse, lectra, Fla. Must be good penman. Steady posi- At Maron Farms Stables.
tion. Salary $50.'Can be raised to $60
For chapped and cracked hands and $7.5 per month. Apply to Star FOR RENT
nothing is quite as good as an appli- office.
cation of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Three nfurnshed rooms and a bath
Put It on before going to bed, use an Col. Shipman is .onducting In the room. Will rent to man and wife, or
old pair of gloves and see what a Montezuma hotel, the best traveling family with one child. Will make price
difference the morning will bring. Sold man's $2 per day hotel In the state. cheap. Want companion in house. In-
bt the Anti-Monopoly drug store. If yo have naver stopped with him. quire at the Star office.
try the house once.
We have a complete line of drug- VOICE CULTURE
gist's sundries and drugs. The most Mrs. C. R. Burt, of Ozello. was in
up-to-date in the city. Tydings & Co. the city Saturday arranging to move sons in oce culture at her hwllome, one
to Ocala in a short time. NMrs. Burt door east of the armory, Fort King
When you have a cough or cold do will occupy her small cottage in the avenue.
not ask some one what is good for it, first ward. her other residence being
as there is danger in taking some un- rented. She will become a permanent IT'S UP TO YOU
known preparation. Foley's Honey and resident of this city. Spencer bakes bread. He bakes geod
Tar cures coughs, colds and prevents, bread. His cakes are the hbet in
pneumonia. The genuine is in a yel- Mr. W. W. Clyatt. proprietor of the Ocalas. Moreover, he delivers them
tow package. Refuse substitutes. Sold Security Abstract Co.. returned a few free. I 's up to you.
by all druggists. days ago from Levy county, where he
Spent a few days very pleasantly with NEW CAR Wr HORSES RECEIVED
Two caraosos or extra fine tur- r.!atives fishing and hunting. We have just received another car-
pentine and mill mules for sale by We have just received another .ar


PUBLIC BALl
The public sale which w held Wr.
26th at the farm of Mr. Arele Md
will be continad Wedesday, De&. GM
for the sale of bousebeld -no& 1
farming implem aRe i Is m P
portunity for aR pereeasM k so of
such articles to be ea h& BeiMs-m
ber the place, ear MeANdAm

ackfrahe, cold heads mn& sin.e
matism. and kindred .laMMM 1M
by improper action of thI So bAm
yield readily to a abhort t'r - 04
DeWitt's Kidney aad ImIera PAL
They quickly y drtv the pieN ft-
the system sad thum aSord reA A
week's treatment for 5 ceaS. e6s06g-
meaded and sold by the Asti-Meaep
oly drug store.
Wood, wod. OL ar vei ae"e we"4
Don't wait ~ u euI wean.


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OCALA EVENING SAR. MOMMY, EIDU4MM 3R Z, '1M


MEN, WOMEN AND MEALS.
3ein.onaa 2*07my asSthe Ty'-
TZr esy .( 94.
Wb 4I n~am apoge that diinpr
m wbather they ar~e iat omse '~r rL-
they iabor itider a curions miiwYncr-e-
Lou-. Arthur flenderiys. writing a~.
this melancholy raei. de'1sareq:
gu *e os. ad that an ordinary.w
&Ws favoelto dinner is an eo n In
diawing room. A.5. womeu have a pas-
%4oa twr amethin~g on a tray- To the
manrcaMhe mindthits m a tray fare,


STETSO!j SijTS SErTLED


Lawyers Wai Not Do.vu~ge ti-e Terms
cvt Wik.:h Cnarges We-e


?k:t rn ,rr-I at -.: ra


~ th. i a~'~ hail t). i.,r, : sz.


ummetityim, but to the tfeminine "oy r"portr. 7.:. ,-'.:T.! r ~
they mbody The very wasuha* froni r p dcc? itt's !i.
beave It it s easyto wndersund uthat h., i 7"c)Pqi-jl r..~i; :
Arthur Pendeinyt or any oth-r 'nmaa -mda i ~ ~ f
cutiU no trind1 iKl'fle ve trouble In ht jn' i''ii.I. I~-c
(on1jrreh,dEjng Me n jy tmnd where lie-tat ttr i.,tit ?' If- *. C I..Li? tilrip-
fore of this debilitated tsqtp. toot no ly ,ca srcjr h4t1wTp. -~o-- hadlwlw~tn ,e
wOvsu would he at a los.' to explain tlied io th.i- s.fac i,fl if al:t: (ie.jpar-
it- It (vnmeq frown the fatiigue.which ties-D-1f-Iaitid W. ',klNe#-x.


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He- Wire, Close Mesh% Pig rigk
Top and bottom bans No.
10 galvanu d wI2re, I ter.
mediate bars nNo. II galraa-
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varied wire 12 tIches apart.


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THE fESr EVER BROUGHT TO OCALA.

The material is all right

It builds the best fence

It is sold reasonably


W. SMITH & CO.


WHOLESALE & RETAIL
HARDWARE.


OCALA,
FLORIDA.


THE OCKLAWAHA INN


A Pleasat, HomlMr HosEk

Elegant Airy Room and the
very Choicest TaMe Board.

Spec Rat es in m i, to

Weekly and Monthly Bor.-


MRS.


'OCALA


SHATCHELL,
PAopleRtI.
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HIOREHIOUND SYRUP
EVERY MOTHER
1-11,11,14i ko-p mropli.*d with Balbards tlorebouind Syrup. if 'he
vd ts.;i-i t-&*.tv'Iwir chifldrois ufrsmei i e.jou% ietiik rp'Iim. it eon-
I-or child Ire,, an- %--,I r.,to,. tflto..
A esti :, i 4414fn II I.JtmI mpcito~ti~pounplilm ndIif ot .iuld 1,', VIIckEA.

*A Household Necess

1Iit~t ~ *tilh.IlII ".-rtpiii mY flanIII fior the pax~t
f. ~*it r- aund Ifind it fa r e.n.'ijwritorti' o ay wetlr cough
II-wtijele ,e '* e'. rliIA. I rv 1ou.m-1ho(Ili should be
0 111 i.d '. h i thica.. rtla- 'aay".
The Delight of Children.


C'RES COVKiMS. COLDS, WHOOPING
COUHIt. SORL THROAT, B ONCHI-
TIS AND ALL L.UNO TROUBLES.
PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00
AVOID Al.I. SUBSTITLTEi.


Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
50-02 North Second Street,


ST. LOUIS, MO.,


woman suffers as the re,'ul of ber ro-
looo.! task of feet~z~tligvaiti II,p wir
i'h tlh#ehiiwau -aep jOo ae..11,4ptijtwf
work (of woman. At tIc. t-erv' :diI
tkpri of life this is ber labor. andd upeover
ber',a" or vio boautifrit that folio illuoit~1 aj' ~ .I:.
av4A pcaht~tho lretim#cw a day o or mrt- be'i. a o o`c!&r-c r.;,-r-n &-i Na 'j r L'wJ
to Imtud her niwiuol Ito lspruewitin hat n"iIrlf'c *.. eI.
shall pleaw hr l~ord. 'b'be &*' #-1 o naycuc t* e Ba^I ir.p(,Ftt'V !CU .gr i s
euo.-d utotwriting no oepics. It i't wuld *.rimi.a iSii ~eL 'A ~
ditir. Iu.7sr'- t"., I
that she in incaicabte ofci ofiui;onifftr at, Herr, -ii.'M.3!U'b 'Ltink. PM
orattari"r. or domigiaiug a 4.tthedrlrzco't-
c.oop-ioIving nnlt) liet Maisiaae or j.~intiui. best for
a rpieture of the tdr~t quality. The rp h oe
lort i% that slw might liasri. dmu-on"a.ie-
thingtot iflt- 'kitaci if. tim.. wolu ati h. 1 1
6soe~u lhsatar~v ', reijuonliI. antiw)Ii Whoa

aigliou- that 0 U in a ti.I.*i t~i vi ug i tr
were' exaspc rstipcta or lvjnig chained to, ~sa~.r~tu.~ T~ :.s i o
the larder has riot mxamde fiends or ier i'.', r: P 4- ea
riaticsg out of -ortnen. aiulfow et~ Ouatm wo,! v# 1;roo',r Y er 1'.Ut IiSy


7M RION

HARRY B.


MRS. POe
Paid 500 F.m
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jto counr#4%tensirnur 'Uet'inglin t ills r- 5% '~;~
gard bAive point); of wirnilarity 16tit ANIDAL SALE9 TEN MILUON BOXES J.,d k-m, 11i14%
Iany wonder, tbsirm, thiet %ith ?t'ie evser:-.'c I?~.i
bJUiigry Man Out (#f tile WJay thP WOUnm .3if-.'r i
ock e.ap l-nj ls-tyanyof dElectrical Supplies, '-I hAll
al4i 'I e~its strawberri'-. by 1 t~' ai~:h1 1

of Mo-ti-14 Fall,. il both tri,
I Public Speaker Interrupted.
Vuhlit a:pmkr ri [r-jactly ''av II- (('[eJIIIectit' (Co.:aii dttilt-'fir .i'cr UIIti
terrupted by -flifia c one((tg*imig. h'FIi' ft:"r10efl
would not hatilp-nif,.atF'Iilo-5*mIf-llitY rad l !le.t]ig I i tw a k fjj~ at* -'"* i ~'i
Tar were taken. itu it curve% cotwchmig n'i trcvt i ;ttlIFt.Iil i. M~i.I'-t
t'f)dn and prevents jpneunaontzi. TheaI. l in.I iih
genuine contains no ol~illtem an'! Is in :qifire cm-n-irruit 14) I()jrft4'
!m ye-Itw v ipatkage'. Soild bh.a it l di zgi l EA H
~~.- -----them. I also carry TViii st4XkDET
FO SLEFaiicy ( d ol) If ig. Loi I 11e tif klit-ri'm Arii
Lights. 4 A healing 1)
One of the' best eguiblished smnil pay. Lghs.to ;kotlng. Chi
Iing mercantile bumine~'ces. Will s'*tI
building or give a long ti-ne IlAe.ase All kilidk of te'rei1work% Rcta."d Stth BUT
property. Thin in a snap. andt own#r; ran reaig o-t.gi4t p,
tins good reas~onm for offering It. Ad- i j)Iiii lifatri-i uiett,.e
diress; F. W. Dittrc iahI4' Iprivvs. mii l(r a fit]]guar- ,0"
Nunnaliy's candless. The best by: atit(eQ. Itf'Yur Iighil .4:are outI! i -'tt.


tent. Th: Postoffle Drugstore.

HANDLING MEN.
&Jitlgseg 1]1 Otbr n In n*lne,* I Do.
ame1de Toot 04d AbilItY.
Business men often fall Iecause they
So not know how to handle men. They
can do their own work all right, hut
they are failures when It comes to di-
recting others. They lack tact, diplo-
macy.
Many men antagonize others; they
lack patience, lose temper, fly to pieces
over little things. And no man In a
good leader whb cannot control him-
self.
A great many business men scem to
think that It takes a deal of driving.
scolding, fault finding, to get the best
out of others. It Is, however, jut4 the
opposite. Employees never give uup
their beat In response to forcing meti1
oda.
I know a young maul who ipronnisie4
to be a leader in his H1ue who iS I,<
quiet aud gentlemanly In 1l1 methodsl
as a modest woman. lie never ralse,
his voice, never gets angry. When an
employee needs correcting. Instead of
scolding or nagging he aits right down
and shows him or her Just how to 4 ,
the thing. lie tries to help them out of
their diiculty, not to conftne- them.
lie does not need to scold., ecatuse ev
erybody respect him, admires him
and knows that he in always trying too
do the fair thing, to give a isquiare deal.
that he wants only what Is Just right
and there is nothing arbitrary In hI;<
methods.
The result is he doe ntiot need toi
storm around his establis hnment ani.
use abusive. profane lanigifage. i'e
knows there la a stronger for(e, xbet-
ter way than that. The re'p.it i- that
he has perfect discipline.
Not one would-think of taking ;:idvain-
tage of him or trying to deei'.)'-e\. hiimi.
because be in so kind, sqluare, It ini,
I know another tmanI in ltin'Ii-ie'
near toy him who andopi trust the opq'po
site method. lire stourt and swear.".
wcoldn, nag-l. goel throttgh hi,* estnpt-
lishmnent like a till through a 'hlin:i
shop. making everyluoly feel mnrie',n :i j
dtsagreeale. Nobody resipe.tu himi. lie
rules by lnirte force. keeping every
lmody towed and afraid of, himll. Th'y
obey ild mnad let lhim impoii4e upon
thuem In order to nvid 1i 1et- ior for
fear they will kse their IiiliotiA. If
an offfl little mistake lie wi'l gK all o pi4',-.-s.
fly Into a rag e amnl i,i;. i. ve.ry iI
comfortable for everylnmly :liouit lihin.
People waiting in lh. l iolt r itll4,--


often lear loud talking indwl h'e-t .t ,
Ivre language in ils prl\ ms', ofl.,,' ,l'u.
he is not nentrly t a .l'aio'rev.1uil *iI'- -"
quiet. unobtrusive nel.gi:l-or
lhe tieer thiiksi of r, .oe'i a.; *,..
of Lis emiplot(vtes. on tliw i'-.'
The other man always v ha(, I -i t..,
to the himble't ilrli ta hit-, eemplo ititl
has a pleasant smile t o ever) ,(iKo1 ie-


cause be feels an Interest in e -IyT- I


ST SURRENDERED
:and Promised to Prac-I
ice No More

Am-Pcist, thee alleged nwn-ri
Itt;r'-Vite ~tii':Ii aescour~t'!: -

ilcd aii affidlavit that imhe I
-ott: acute irinflianatvory
%*. h ich hi' mannomt rure,
thh, luItie-d States mnallm
al ltja!ing and the sent- a
ilinpticijrment wamh~
s 77 )-t 'rs(oldi andlmuch

FROM LOCKjAW


uin injury dressed with
lea Salve. Itn antiseptic
ropt-.rtiles prevent blood
las O*wald,. inerchant of
<.. N. Y.. writes: "It
rt -h, of thim place. of the
IIn his nck I [-ver saw."
iciclns. l ,tLrn. aandm Bores.
, li)gs & 'Co., druggists.


' WILL GIVE


i' u1A, or m > e-f t Il ;'n
do(ne, ihon)11 to No. '222.

Walter Tucker.


FOLEY'S



HONEYANDTAR

The original

LAXATIVE cough remedy.
F F or ntigim, coliN, t h ';tt anid luIig
G(sI for ever,%b The genuine
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is in
a Yellow package. 'e-fttse +-ubltittute.
Prepared only by
Foley A Company, Chicago.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS

OLLIE MORDIS
J IILs rpniw.fnled hLI' me:n t nirk.t nuear
the Sabo'arld Air linr. dhlepot You will
always fin1 tit this pilh e the best of
frr-*-h ho-.'f. p.ik n-1 i m ttin, while
fish ;in l w,,slers will .,l, ;1 b!. fiund
in f < ,.iasnit. Iti *etiuilp-er
OLLIE MORDIS
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DktiLit, Cleveland.


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CHANCE


\Vilingtot.n. N. '., Dec. 2.- Hegin-
nimng lDe- V.. the xistling rules which
deptamir -omenl iin i<,ctalit I.ne' eit. rat offtlles will oe
mn i'liti'-.i. Tw, (ldepartmnetitl. car ac-
iunt in t :infl thf purrha-sng age-nt. are
;,u0t ljt z*.'tl t, 4-inplol)y women etnot)-
r:aphth'rs when necessary. Later the
nl-\v orl.il v. ill apply to nill offices.
S-< tr'ity ',. f ia,;tl -stenographerm is tihe
reason am' ine *I for the Innovation.
i NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
W\. a,. plo.-asd to iinnounce that
,* '. ~ Ifi**nwy ;:n', Ttr ftr coughs,
S ;.i! ltlhii troiulilcm Is not affected
I th,- Nattlional Pure Pood and Drug
i.awt as it containsai tIo opiateP or oth-
er l.irrnjful irugs. andI we recoiraminndi
it ;II r ;4 HaS f1 nicwt yl fer chilltren anl
,RlO;V' Sold by a;ll druglasts.
GROVE CITY HOTEL BURNED


Puumia 1:1 rda, Dee.(!:i -The Hotel
'I~crp ,Ii.aht 4ir'.veCi4ly. butned L
- *,.'ct'k yemute'rmihy nio.-,aing. A s~park
rro~ uaii ..' Vtit" ca ughit 0Ill thle Cupola.
Allt thf. futrraurt-.W" lot 11. Thme build-
In4 vi', t 4;0t.14if d*abutthe furniture..
1 VO) 'iiT he*I hotf-I belonged to G. It.
'rro-liiar. (cf Nev Yfork Vity. and wats
Ie':ssi w-Afeci' Ihi scst imen t~ip Mrs. Jtohn-
:-,in. The' luss 1-littt liaily cioeicr('c ly

This W01inetierest Dyspepttuss
The Anti Monolonly fIrinstore Wtill
;Z"1_ "'il 7'19 vents (ipur-'hasinir
rcritL. if irpie-r's Dympoppela Rmd
1.311" to ori- pci cure dyimpepsia or
ifllt*-~iii.icr their symptuirniq. Will
* tir-t t h, te.i il rrvam. Iti-ml fnttaxte. cona'ti -
pi.ti-rn. ha khis I m ;,pNitting. avitdlor gas
(on '?h( -ootinaclh. 'dizzy spells, heart
fluttf-r. jpatin iii thme- stomach. Mide or
lbat.k, extro-v-'ro, ni-rvousnesis, belching.
Tyni-t'-A Dv to# R.'riidy cures when
:sl1 vSi' fam it.'. i-o ic 1n't be discouraged.
I It strm-ngthenq'%%-,:,k stomachn, Thee
,1,(ifIopafohje '-r alt lyprsfieptt'. urpes
It.- i -c-e'. Itruggists fir by ex-
tire-~-. wi.-NtI-onopitly 1)naIstor I
~idii IF]LL Ccii or write.

MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION

li 'c it ce.It';A. D.194a
1.itt':111% I toall ht! hlil In ithae
cii 44f itu lFerifiroam,to choose a
tnie .tiwtl vIc irivfi4ltma~n for earh
'1.. ~ tag mavnhe *1peri-oris are'
a ~~"'aftc'I ,T'uia-im f 'ai'11 election.
w.... i w L. Dittbo, (Vharleq It.

%'.*i i.I I'II1:1 tfle I A. M.iller. Sr..Clif-
I- t M. I.1'.it g'-te'n. I.. F. Ballard. In-
: '- .. : te M. Ilubloard. ('lotk.
Noiij id e Mam~e.Jow-eph Phu-
C J J 11*', fin a pc retotr) J.A.
Vi.1 11. Aee. :.T~onJ.KW. W Kray-

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