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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 01 12, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID03061
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
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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Ti Metropoitan and boys a
22n nd february, when they w-l re-
new their acqualatance with tip soO
people of Eastis and their wtnte s vi-
itors and senket them Ii o esatrat
Washintoea's birthday. The beba
went to Cast lastn year in a a emilr
mission and were so wel tlhed lby the.
were then anthen and there engaged for ths
year. The band to composed of the
following persons: Memmr. &
ert. leader: Tucker, Simmoms, La-
risT Yonae. Thwin. Harer, Bordem.
Tea ok.t George Martha, Jr, Georse
mat*O. ert artin, 8 Herrt Mrtn, tVishbel,
Bob Mathews, Frank MatbeW"f Wi-
lam. Wlebe, Tbompeon.

MECpMQ OF WOMAN'S CLUB

The Wlomen'* hCb meettau Satur-
day afternoon in their new quarter,
the Cental lat9oMd Bana butIaes.
which athew hae rented, a a dld-
ed uccess In numbers and enteus-
lasm. There was an election of oti-
cers. Mrs. Rocker was chosen preel-
dent: Mrs. Mote vid& president. ML
Byrd Wartmann, secretary: Mr. U I
Anderson, corresponding secretary and
Mrs. D. M. Smith, treasurer.
Amon r the thlng these good worn-
en resolved to do was to affiliate with
the women's clubs of the state; als.
the appointment of various commit-
tee., sach as club room, matrow
civics, child labor, etc. It was de-
creed that the rooms should be com-
fortably and tastefully furnished and
to that end those present were asked
to loan such articles as library table.
book case, chairs, sofa. window cur-
talus, shades, cups and saucers and
Implements for brewing tea. on the
stove already there, which Mr. RSa-
ter. the gas man, kindly consented for
thebi to ae.
It Is the purpose of the club as -ea
as the rooms have been. neatly fur-
nished, to 0tv" a dab tea, which w
no doubt prove a rest muoase Tihe.
Star is cemadeNt that th dlub wit
be a thing 6autyr and. i, e
to the city, s-I the god womenel
town banded tosther caamet help
but be useful. -

Dr. P. A. Suw -ad Robert J. Per-
ry, of Pedas w q. t, towB tofry and
said the sgMM w-
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for ann
tiemen are very _U ate~al.W toIn
educathmf teAttMa ad are en d d
smoet or mes 4aem or ar aeprme

SWthe W m be short W fr theirat
Junier ha rsL iseu aU.sre
aite so a tohd achk
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poeif taey -|e wia huuhmZe,
ois prirtfloa .;

It will be ie that te j
te fars o1 the fl .1W

to man of color hak soe

*ndthe Wia d T'd has Weed ,gM

rln- ar c gkl- nnritel, tht
when on a hard sortaee. wte I eb r
is avrtag aa satte ermtrawa bpr Md r.

shop at the old J. L Ameek plha t r.
Hood is satisfied it wit be *be trucks,
and with his new aachise to asppe pie
order to mtake his prfe>-ii'al emil.,
he will give his old eqtaee- fdamd,
"Cobb," a much Reeded ret.

A gentleman of colar was a I-
guieved today over the Met ts an
other man of color had stolen his
and he now feels so.amgrevyl 4t
this ruthless inraspab of hto'hia
and the absesae of his dear bewiseb
ing black Inamorata, that he ds
on sight her abductor win beacgme
corpee and interviewed Mr. Mdvtw 1.
know If he could take care of the Ae*


mains. As that is the bua n It.
stands that if the emergency ar-ise
the task can be done. the coon sure
blood in his eye.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howelts Ut-
tie child, who was brought b la ta
Martin to be treated by -Srle. tVan
Hood, is iu~is*lag. Mr. and Mrs.
Howell are guets of Rev. an4 Mrs.
W. a. Coleman, while the child. Is
being treated.

One hundred and sixty persons
have reserved plates at the Brya
banquet at Tampa, Thbruary 4th, at
* a plate. It is expected tUee wl ibe
3W disobagteed FloridNas at that
feat of reason and flow oC'soul. We.
have not heard of any ota from Ocat
who s goingta. but of cour, the Brck
City cannot ilnore so great and Ia
Ip rtant event.
Mrs. H. W. Tate. of FPareld, t aIn
the city visiting friends. This te .
ily several years aco left Flerida fit
for California, but after trylng that
state for awhile, returned to Marlon
counts, which they sow feel Is theo
place to ave.
Mr. C. C. 8tephehs of Berlin was In
town today. He brought in a number
or ine dressed hbos and played them
or. storage with the Ocala Ice & Pack-
ing Company.


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OWM,00inacrease in the astyIONS,-.
pdri-n wmagr edupon yesWe The v
by the House Committee on Naval'I
Affairs. The following naval program j.
for appropriations at this session was
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CHILDREN WHO ARt SICKLYin
Mothersawb. vata.e ows n so
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shUi evr. Wbe Vowite aat a M:o
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htheer wvernmeo o rt nt building '-pmomee Cbb FO* NS
There was no court today. the work may be saol ta be peegrem CALIFO t k
Fresh eggs at rish nlog rapidly now. Th W basebwent or
Preh e at e's. Mrst story Is coemplet .I so far as
Elks meet this enhe cnRCete, stome and brick work Royal Scarlet Lmes Ca01g d yVli0w 0111-B44 4
ls meet this evening. oesm. The inpelsructure for the ... h A gal
concrete Boor is down and as soon as Fre e .
Irish potatoes at Fashel's. the steel arrives, concrete for the see-
ond Boor will be laid. The steel has URyal seer" Mte Cherries A N& agg in
4dd Fellows meet tonlhnt. bee shipped for a number oC( dowy h i. wM. r k,.'. .....
Good coee at shel'sand Is expected to arrive at any time. eMee Geore M e I. I
cf aFh'A great deal of stone and brick iosn Rabin Heed' L.e.e CHufg sad Yellw Detad, B. C. Peters. GIorge LawCd.a
the ground and Mr. Williams, the o- .D. B, DeSaussure. John berkl, J. A.
Eales menet tomorrow night. tractors' agent says before 'the Im Frp -and tl*i*d Poeehes Todd, EL W. BBald War .
Fesh vegetables always at Fishels. ent work is completed the new plans Ieed Apries, White Cherries, Bart- and One or two others whe name.4 '
Sat the department at Washington will we did not secuTre. j .
be settled and he work can go ahead let Psars, Grape., Eggs, Green on their annual isbg ft
Red Men meet Thursday evening. without a break. It Is thought. The spead three weeks atli'
curbing Is nearly all in and the side-0 i m 11f aedis. ona
Pruits always to be had at Fishel's. walks will soon be laid. The city has t aim, a tl a.oosenw
graded the street away a the. outh ged -'11
theMrMot. C. I Peston of Norfolk, Is at of the block andtl nwe Oealathey
the Mon tesus.. one on the 00ftk side. The Ocala
Government bUlding will soon make a iA l l I a pr a '
ancy calendar for Ml0 at half fine showing. Dr.- Calh the -ean
price at the Ocala News Co..'- is quite feeble, a unable' ..
The .Oca House had 3 arrivals THE NEW CITY GOVERNMENT MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS the party this year, and se-rmal of hI u
TherOcala House had 3- avalsold crones were "ctael ir. allr l
yesterday The city council will meet tonight. Messrs. S. A. Rawls, E. E. McUn, Hood of this city for not eela'. "n .
The new members will be sworn, as T. E. Bridges and other stockholders' to hake hads with them.
FOR RUST-A six-room cottage. well as the mayor, and will take their of the Marion Parms, were in town
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. seats. The ne city government. In- today, attending the annual meeting BAPTIST SEWIWQ C li 5 .
Mr. T. J. McRae. of Gainesville. Is eluding the hold-overs and those re- of the stockholders. PLEASANTLY i rTNITg AN
Mr. I. J. Melae. of Gainesville, I elected, 4s as follows: Mayor., Hon. J. ---- -
at the Moiesusma hoteL D. Robertson: counctiman-at-large, Mr. Lawrence R. MIKon. one of Mrs. John iD. obrti iSJl
Us Plank's cm Tonc. Guaraus- Louis W. Duval; councilman first Jacksonville's popular attorneys, was the Baptist Sewtla C(*iScl.-
ward. A. G. Gates-, H. D. Stokes; nee- at the Ocala House Sunday. afternoon at her tvi ,,r
Primc 2c. Sold by all druWt ond ward. J. M. Meffert. T. B. Sny oa Oklawantha ave e,,. %
Mr. R. T. YoungMood of Safety der; third ward. D. E. Madver, E. T. R. C. Davis & (o., of JacIsoevt-a4 Waq 4 salae t-at Mr s ils a
Harbor, is a guest of the Montesuma. Helveaston; fourth ward, G. A. Car- handle s% f typewriter rlbbae 7k Ttai& t i
michael. H. C. Jones: city clerk and emeh; .SSW r 2donea.a
John Thoma% of Holder was a call- asesssr H. C. 81strunkn hs 'wlel-
r n tows today tor, W. W. Clyatt: treaswer, W. T. Mrs. 9. A. S awt-, ofr 1eosvUllo The Ildbe-o abal., uwm eV a
Gary; superintendent electric Ught is visiting her mother, Mrs. Maloney. Ms. LU1. .atal wi% Za
orse clippilg done at the Tompkns plant, E. C. Bennett; anstas super- at the Ocala House. so n ie_,
ob I very stable. 1118 Intendent, Edwin Tuckear; chier of ..
police, W. C. Bull: police, .m"Dr' Neuya and La Luserne, two new MS Uil LUVAN TO .
SMr. Hllhnan of Anthony was a via- Culbreath, Frank Hall; chief flt de- perfumes at the PostoMrCt Drug- ENTERTAIN MI J "I'U1 1' -
srto the city today prtiment, H. B. Chambers; firemen, Store.
George C. Chamber, Albert Smith, 1._ I1 8Bl1 _w, ettr- 7 r
Mr. J. Q. Smith of Center H milk and meat Inspector, Dr. P. Miss Annie Felnberg, of Duamellon*.o tajt^,r <.i Z.
it the MonteSmua. Guerrant; sanitary Inspector, Gee. W. Is In New Tork City, purcha sing l fteroo
Cleeland. dies' dress goods for her father's stone ,f A-ieep.e
Mrs. H. W. Henry of Lake Weir, In the Phospate City. .w s Mfas- A
*as the gout of Mrs. D. E. Mclver NEW RAILROAD FOR OCALA ... ..the aM 1,a M ..' M& L I. MaN
a-- We carry the best line of toilet ar-
T tar is Informed by the very tides, soa.ps perfumes, etc., In the "ALL T ENTE .AVI
S Nra. stf a imera, two new best authority that a railroad will be city. Come In and be convinced. Ty- U. t. HALL TO I r .-
perfuma at the 'Pstoffice g. A ; fon Ocala to Silver Springs, Jgs & Co. JmC. Richard & .Hal wO
SJut aWaso as pos lble, c.nner -ng -a
at Sliver Sirngs with the B. P. Rents Mr. and Mrs. L C. Staler have ye- rp rUs. -> .ak a lg1.gt
Mr. L Otiegs, one aO t me has gone to the lake for w com ited from there to a point third ward, and now ocvpy Mrs. m Fort E avena.
* tew days. beyond P Fort McCoy and Is being push- Dorey's cottage on Oklawaha avenue. .
ed on to Palatka and deep water as J.,,OA TE -NI ,, "-
ron se the ewm Vslat bi ft .a possible. This will mean a Neuya and La Taerne. two new JUNIOR TENNIS C .. -
I type write t. C. Davis &a Co. ega r local a trasusporta- perfumes at the Postofficee Drug- i
agen t and general business way, as it Store. m a t Fahn d-. i.? iBMft
wt give another direct line to deep os A' i & teialS club '*r boys '
.,. Cut ted water traportation and another Major T. Hall of Oainesville,. Ga., They have alter secured uae lm
.a0 'R4 116 ag eted strongg lever with which to cheapen is In town on business with his broth-m of.sixteen ba sotd *Atft ahet
SOcala aMNd oaa po with the fapigt .rates. We are not informed, er. Mr. R. S. Hall. He .top ed I0". er. M tm wistr to f tl S
W K a s, w r the railroad wut all night at the Ocala Houms.
wader T one ownership, bet tt Is ea
13 god sts, an a certainty, tt a. cT I ophyonciv rein pm f t.. -_ -
I '1- i beo p ted t ou tr.an OOala under positive. gua-at. at the A-- of c. r
to, a4 Mra. JohM.a A Ydaft. Thiof s Monopoly Drug Mr. C.O.ly Sqptn b f W 'Me M V. a ..-'

wa yofb nCand t aria thes hemia. lsato rv
is to npend 1 o06 teand roade c tomial nd Parks Davs & CO.'last ad1Is-agutOf M 4d WMIND-W
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u ,b-;-0" .-;WI- of hose t M-. J. A. Wa- -- ad -t.
.-' ,: ath 'trtt. Mr. BlB to- a-- *--*pe-g 4 pape ai two p. ,
N.e da & sere yer r two new Soth C aronlae and M.a ep rs. Ernbest as aRaw ls w. ,



ye^ m ,la ( sthnerer tte HOB. Mr.- ^ sW c .Cs Mr. and Mrs.
-a.ie air "eeda wh 1o aa * S9l lasBm O Ia the last priar for governor of Mr. Nell H. W-et ,l who- apt ; do St a
S' south Caroa. He and Mrs. Adams the hod ys with istie awth Mr. M a

sat tLe at--de e M ar. win. t Mnrs. Waltes f a Mw. Zr&M t Mr. Wetr, a. eted tC...o :SM .wm, ,,.;+,.th.,
Ste the1 tahe Wrk Geslas~be tsbMrC. r iMve lIn town this aft- erin.bef ott going to e srTyi
P lhasrMn -e to spend oLa Lmerne a tg eso s to reni-de. c .e l the t s
^wMr. oodn,. repeetig a l e tta at le A.Po atoe Dru- We take plure
tZ otomr wS t* oMr.w l'qee i o' spOendft -f ck Pt sap-.P p ert t 3Se e



lawyewr Ie te qC mM M Idi n Southe Carolina and ao "w alep V. Ydtol VSr bst.aloft5 i
'a' Mr. r. a Beer at he B dman. wasae Mr Mo. R. o i r ft.

m e ha k p xthr oa tree tand pre- A great many. people hve k ey on of the 6 "a s a owaft*
pa*1rElm0thelast iapry ta a are county r and bladdl trabe. maly due to pq ator. In the tate Is &tO _





quuuipa on of Mood crops. neglect of ther sco ue pates In te the __se._a
WS uay. after a buoineln back .ht e Me.aatae paid, rmary a the oorwuts e
__ the Uaih WCk. *i* os the larteu t a eartL e wt dansewhus. Take DeWtth s Kiney s prac Zs S

-Hfew epe-eidreO the- alk S **luyg... > we- ak. Mackbea. raMemnth sbw. e em. S. .
*^f thatU ^ ^ $em@ weyts atesk wl@ be ad kidney aLd bladder tnewt~e. Seoth- 5 --nybo at Me agued
o n arepessaatl ** l** aige pettne at 1heh.tPoe sto and antfeept Dru'ae act pill. tak Wete fsr .git .5
ii 4 ,. RaileIseAgetgrS y,. Don't twll to aet DeWyttud Kidam r er Is
5,o5 thomatoarade -t w f aMr. ltodot h dck rMier, a tute. srise m. Mid Tbr awer sad e ativator at tee see,
StHiU .1rSal M orp. 3 reo Atosata. Gao o have Ants-Monopoly Drugat-r*. a tn tow today 4ad beh


S 4 caIs for t few days visiting pach so- arree as mew "
uins, th(e |- pqema 'Mr.. MIer''s later. Mrs. Frank -To should seewour brigadomre new ni'
rat sand tw tue 2?A the ,Wetherheea t -ert home on Frat King tuarntre before buytin We have the
temial'.W tas hrena t M-r.hmer ms a prominent prettiest goods ever exhibited In il we
V >im " .*.. n" lr .Mleri man Ad Mrs. Millever & MacKay. .
rg asoe lacIMaoy of Atlanta. They
*.attna Warrae, now 'are highly pleased with Florida and There is o case on record of at Conito
Ahomgme in O al Ocala especially. cough, cold or Ia grippe develping a few daj o 0 anir i
Mr. Warrn- into pneumonia, after F*oley* Hoaer t a -haltea. e a -
Piano Co, of Jak e. FOR RENT-New cottage near the at Tar had been take, as it e "'..elr abeut. -
S high school. 8ix oomws, including the most obstinate d&p seated coug
sale atthe* ai *'k large bath room; two dre places; ad co ldas Why anything eM WMie gsia e sa us 1o
thr ..i eie,' 0ILth. three flues: quarterof an acre of very l by as druggists. egm b m t l m evar aw.
o w e epeig hbe wn. rertIle ground. W. for .arden. Also l eKay.
Sfae place to raise chickens. Rents
for $10 a month. Apply to Mrs. T. W. and Mx. It V. dri
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