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 15, 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: VID03064
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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mom* the mws feme b ioya ir ltions made by hi. firm.
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Phone 211 afl4wulum. TheA CUremusbrowlit Wholemale Dnuggltn* Toledo. 0. Tb.brio4w,
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for cold storage facilities that one of extremely low for the quality of goods
our large plants will add to Its pack- offered.
Ing rooms during the summer. The cover of this catalogue is got-
ten up In orange and green, which
Mrs. Frank J. Huber returned to makes a very pretty cotbUlatJ.Ln. rV
Orala Monday after an extended visit you have not received a copy o this
to the bdlside of her mother-in-law, catalogue we request you to write the
Mrs. E. Huber. The patient was able chair factory a postal ard iay, and
to be moved to the home of Mrs. C. they will lmmed"atly mall y"e thli
Hafele. In the hope that the change catalogue, wljc ik Is worth yer',
would be beneficial, but we are sorry attention..
to say her condition is not improved.- Patron)"..#lda manfturers ad
Levy Times-Democrat. keep yg4r money at home.
Mr. P J. Huber, who spent a month
with hi; mother, returned to Ocala ten PIANO TURNIN
dys ago, and reported Mrs. Huber's Ten years experience. Rafemeea,
conditln much improved. His many any music 4AChher in Oaloa. ay
friends will be sorry to learn that she musle house in Jacksonville. 'Phase
--has not Improved as rapidly as could M1-. A. M. Lat ford, city l-8-tf
be" wished. .- --
Professor Hatton. the well known
The Florida Pennant, published by Tampa business college man, came Ii
the university students at Gainesville. today to see about several youn pee-
19 It December Issue hax a splendid 1e In Ocal attending his eselleUnt
paper on "Olustee," by Wyatt Martin. ehooL Prof. Hatton some 14 years
ome of the bright boys of that section. aP*1C" a few easos ran a beleas
The young man. editorially, thinks the ,shodSl In Ocala In the rec nmow eo.
battlefield la the place for the monu- copied by the Elks,
ment.-Lake City Index. .
asI na ee the prea7 me fn
Inm Sanders was In yesterday from ftncy Importd Ch tiht U we am
artly Bird and said he was reeling Te .M rg
off lumber at his mill and closed a
contract to one Ocala buyer for 9,00W0 .
feet. Speaking of his crop, he said Ne-M L I, two new
he had about gathered It. Last sum- peiuines at the- Postofe Drug-'
mer Mr. Sanders noticed that his hog-Store'
crop was beautifully growing less, but --
for a long time could not devine the
cause. He has a large pond on his
plantation and one day in crossing
it he found carcasses of hogs in var- J I
lous stages of consumption. Then It
dawned up-n him that it was gatorr
vs hnrU .,he wrn.. b.. and *.


EVENING STAR M"S

C. L. fTgl t i nO, as- athe mea" t e mukm
mail.11 11 0a f tee com ftoa
C. L'. m utger and .L IL CCnar t^ bids fair to b ev O a
Preritrs and Pubaishers. m es fsan the OWt a y .
SC. L lWTINGER, -r e ccgood saves e&4 6 at
C. Menge ftc a re. Ass lment of 11 t 1a m -s
Edter and Qmeal Manager wa 1MW te.ahia
-ood has arrived sade hhas ai a'ed
L R. CARROLL, to the alrea lare soM kO a .M
aCty 9dor sad o finss MmaWr The goods ave bees m*- d e to
prices l retaleft almost a1a0r1 O1 .
OUR LAUDATORY The sale ha been the et we*
CONTEMPORARY ereised o*f ay taklg paeO &i i m y
CONTEMPORARY a long time and If It l u as *nea
Ssneeem it was be s th a_--a-o
It is amusing as we glance over the sesntabe tor. Thbe somte b es-d
state exchanges and note the fact that yestery n todae w*leM tdmhe
G. Talbot Whitfeld, Governor Albert tre ay o A weto n amlget M1
W. GOichriste private secre r dowcl a*e goods ad iVaWdsg b iak
pant& the Florida history for the states tkct t prices on evee artle the
press anent the late inauguration, and str. The store wo U p pvm mel .
remember that our esteemed contem- Saturday, morning, when a graMd 1W
porary remarked when It published the
article that It was compiled expressly pace wan' o. that ta e M h the
for the Ocala Banner. pce of the e thte tw ime e mthe
That statement was on a par with for he force o t adevertl
the Banner editor's statement that his foee oe t.e nale, that was etirly
paper had received the delinquent l w 'to tiis place, w a ftahadoo
Marion county tax list as a New Oklahoma thidlacen ladwifto a,"
Year's gift." in the face of the fact poaading the streets with a b g b
that the proceedings of the board d advertng the ae. g
s o~trar a ltrn-h~ d contemporary with men in them and leadse o ad
appeared before the board of county vertbsng matter have been seat aB
commissioners and asked that his pa- page after pae
'per be named for said publication. of the counpap hae beean dedl t
The other tact that makes such self- emplOthng the merts h e the eusdI
congratulatory remarks amusing, is ant time and place of the sale. The
th-it It has been the unwritten custom aie begins tomorrow, tWe rday moest-
for, the past ten years--since the Star g nd lasts 1 days. d<
wrested from the Banner its monopoly t n l dy "
.of this printing-that the publication
of the delinquent tax list dt Marion
rotate, Sae year the Banner printing Nw a
- it and the next year the Star. This
belong the Banner's year. there was no
need of appearing before the board Oselh
and asking for the list. Candidate Number of Vote
The Star never -bothers the board.
We y* the llMst-*i0Wht asking for It Misa Ethel Haycraft .......... W-,5
iwho our turn comes. With all the Mlas Vivian Dame ...... 1....1719
fFteef1re 4, do you wonder we Mrs. HardyCr ***** *.. .3
e',l th amusement when Our con- Misf Genevieve fmlth ...* ... .,5M
p t grypatht Itself on the back. rMls MErin Tong ............. 8M
.K Miss Winifred Tucker ....... 4,70
IN4 GS vTtLJ- COMmNG IN Mis Carrie Odom 4....... 1..4
:, *... MlA E lsie Fisher ...... .. s
1Thituuroe & Chambliss Bank has MX11 Annie Iarie Perry .... 3.
received nearly 100 Inquiries in an- Miss Eloise S ak ..........
swer to the half-page advertisement Miss Alice Tong ........... 125
In the Chicago Breeder's Gasette, ad- ~ MISS lts Knight ............. i n
vertslan the resources of this county. Miss Mattle Pyle ............. 1,U4
These letters are all from farmers and Mlu Ml'Aow.............*** 11
persons desirous of coming South, the Min C*af*ord Pyles.......... Ia
kind of people who mean business and Miss Clamra Johao ........... LM
that we want for settlers. The paper Mies Tommle Standey ....... M1
Was only Issued last Sunday and It Is Miss Ethel Bdna Bmlth ...0.... ..
.thought that not half of the Inquiries Miss tannie Mae Sage ........ N
have been received up to date. Each Mss dna Deaer ............
of these letters will be carefully and Miss Eloise Miller ............ 1,
fully answered by the bank and the Miss Mary Philipo........... 1N
board of trade together, and literature im lMimVian Thagard .......1..
and descriptive and Illustrated matter Mil Margars t Walters ...... 1,0W
of Ocala and Marion county will be Out of TWeAI
sent to the writers. Candidate Number of Vt 1 s
Miss May Bl Rutlamnd, RulaMad 41,0
Here is some of the talk that Tom Mrs. J. W. Davis, nllrl-eM 4420
J. Appleyard of the Lake City Index, Miss MaK Gali BoUelvew.. 3M15m
Is giving his rea4drs about Columbia Mrs.; M jevl. 3.. 6,0
county's exhibit at the state fair. Our Miss' Ma s d41St ..... ;IAl
readers will remember he made a very Mrs. W. .IL Blekley, Weksdale ,9
fine ehilbit last year and won many Miss NIannie Perry, Pedro ... ,40
prizes for agricultural exhibits and Miss Tillie Pasteur, Stauto.. 1.411
proposes now to throw last season's Miss Mabel McLan, anadler.. 7.=1
exhibit in the shade. Here is what he Miss Mamie Thoma, M slatosh GMif
calls for from the wool hats of Colum- Miss Dora Morrias OGaSer ... $,15o
bla: 100 gallons of syrup in pint and Mrs. F. B. noak, Plam tem1taM. ,2
quart bottles, sealed; 500 bushels of Mim Ruby Waits, Onaag. Labs..375
*corn, half in shucks; 200 bushels of Ml l h ni, 1 Muh 45
sweet potatoes; 100 bales of hay. He
Is calling on the ladles for all manner KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME
of jellles, preserves, pickles, catsup, -
marmalade, honey, canned fruits, etc. Your attention Is called to the ad-
Tom is going there with tie big roller vertleement tn this issue of the ?lg-
and proposes to bowl down everything ida Chair actory at Jacksovvlle, Ia.
In hi lineo. Our Mr. Phillips will have This factory for the past year has been
Jo .tke-warning from this declaration selling Its entire output direct to the
Of EdDter Tom Appleyard and Just consumers at wholesale prices, Whlhk
trasnpoft a quarter section of Marilon means a savingt of one-third on every
wtl Its products to Tampa and ashoW chair purchased from the chair tc-
tle geal, publko spirited Columbia tory. A kbry of this kd that ib
coant) gentlemaW that Marion Is'some endeavrlof"to aid the armer, and
on nubbinsn" too. Col. Tom Apple- fruit growers should be patroulsed In
yard proposes to build a mlnature preference to sending out of the state
corn palace at the state fair exhibit to foreign maan.t-tal..K
In the irst place the chair factory
Over 100,000 pounds of meat was sell of their goods m a araatee to
placed In cold storage in this city last be exactly as they present bthem to
Saturday. What county can beat this. be, or you may return the goods at
-Lake City Index. their expense and have jour mosey
That Is good, but when we say that back.
Marion has over 300,000 pounds of meat A large new, iluetrated cahlogue
In cold storage, with the woods full of has Just been issued by the chair ac-
porkers waiting for a good, crisp, cold tory, and It Is a very attrmetive pub-
snap, to drive in several hundred IUcatlon. Illustated this ealagme
thousand more pounds, we would say are chairs of almost every d, samlsta-
Marion san. The demand is so great ble for every purposee. The piteee m


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The
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sateFI the i1 .sN -M
the pua bld sort wor-
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samwmjr M-, hbqufta at S p. W
cost'anlag mm,1k meuei
On 80)6mMt e u-weter mee-
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Daviet Ae aled attdL her thee
In Fltda willt be aat. Sa will be
in s' rom *gsy 17th S5
PMbruay bel almtam 01C
and, of cma*sKt visit l
The plama to held a abort mission
ary AdteeDfo i two er three sessions
at reveal ctral points and the
worers of thees societies extend a
cerdal IavUatloa to Iearp ohmR1.
to melt wit thb ~is M M Ibe
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1ear atima ".ese setind I0 .we of
wogkmasdsOgive -andree"ve Ig "on
important fts. AD worker ai the
nelgahofth0od of Ocala are cordially
nvted to attend the instte a
large ate tendance I hope r.

Miesmatrym itsn
You ow. isr th gs t s ge it

Chlah Tuesdayi Jm 1 8 P. m.
Devetial, Mrs. Walter Hood.
W kere CtImse me: "The Strong
Polt te M gisty and How we
Solo, MBIdmm Wbuetm. h
Chreas mtoy hour, (o-es Dwas i
Whe alin t PgosRA t
Hyma.
Prayer.

Doaie qanrtwtu Mers. Gates. Tay-
lor. UtUe. 'More. oerig, Blalock.
PUlhips ad mash.
Adreat, M h Savies
WthemIDAT Y OiWNGO, 1: '
Deotleftal, MsDeodget.
"Our ULteotw a a Bow to Usm
It-Mt. UT. IIAL
MIUemn study, M La W. DvaL
Dust, Mra. HamptOB ad Mrs. B31

Our Toug w eo tsRMr. M3. A Lt-
te.
Flmfte, M .L;L& Rpmvler.

THEI LETT FELLOW SCK
m anot so mee- for worrying whe
sickm mcome -am
Whem grown-ups get thUir trials ad
,a t-wow Of pam Min fouL
I guess that we can stand it: we of
."t4emil 4.' of y eam
But what t tittle metwe,.aid lbr
agony and tea.
It may be just a splinter or a touch of
croup or cold,
But. gad, he seemed to su wr whem
his trouebke get a hold.w
Tea know, with kI tN dier .
they oat06 taa0t1
shel for It istoa
They sob and clawlup nearer and
teygy ae iza.
As If they hbew the parent could fight
hack theit tite hrms.
Ohb that ar try in the 4arknesm after
thepare put to bed
And the ecoghing and the wheeslag
and the damp beand on the heed.
We've got our load tongues wagging
when an ailment comes to us:
We call in twenty doctors and then
raise an awful fuss.
But kids! my posh! It'. awful for
thea little bits o' clay
To suffer aad to sutfer and to moan
aleag that way.
I don't care what the all-emt, it it's
nothag more than Mmauap. ',
To see the wee teds crying, helplege,
gtwve mfa the grumps.
-St. Augustine Record.


SOMETHING NEW FOR OCALA
I have eeived a electric appa-
at- tht ha ne before be
hemaed gt a0m. I ais a reeter, for
bargi toRag attres, for ea-
toas ,gamolene egaines of anay
th battery. I am therefore pre-
pared to msitore all batteries brought
to my electrical shop. Also have
storage batteries In stock fo4 uale.
L. W. TWueer,
electricall Supply Nea.
ELECTRIC SUOOTH IN IROIN
on otf the grtetm co4venlences
about the inmets is me of those amer-
lean Elestrie Smeothing Irmes. Hat-
ed IB a maute, an even tempenratmrI
never elled or t mored. Get your wife,
meter e slater ame them. Two
WhA and p'e '. Ask E. W. Ta 2% r
to @hew hm to yos

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wh ILua.,JI neew 3letatise .-

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An Ww dee3of d-L agsi, Iq% Ci.t 'een .bwS.&IRAI~few My mde
M" they bade yohurny a jewtin Ow -of Ube".
IadCrbueos am.k at an OEMDIGESTIWndOkNt l
phagm and b..IePres"sw" ow -. *
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Are the merchants, the professional and successful ame sad some. *** -H
We -ccoi-nodate all classes. Our customers repr t. ,.me I .--
and women who have built and are still bikflinug oucceuifi a to h.s4t 3 Sei
prices. ,.w..mtm or t -.-
We solicit a share of your buibwssiness.r 1-a




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diceo r. oow. eC u e .e.- .. .
isep 11 r Mnmoo.m, malar"i sd S* Lposs Gk, a to hi i.
FPwatURNITURtya* e .ttE AND 4ae 9e B Jl4 0wh w M
of th city No. f meeta ra t Mr. E. J. sr. of Whenlle tyuy Ia
HOUSEHOLD GOODS ** d- .. I. ... K "P. -

ieUsleii aaiskelI, eofu, Tus :I eed to oo o w .ih e" ----_t .- m. As M..
nI. warnitew we M nethn is ster L t, I oo "a is.!len iIiP'l V gIlWU
r-a-. ., Mrs. U. A. Fee~a, as also Chpter No. 13, R. A.. V. on the 4th ber., t as S
--The card pat a to eboe t Mr. "


LULMdC MATERMZl Saturday Dhta. A played uti ArN TAR aj
AN 8ADETUN I Alate har, when ret reaumeats werlcai C chapter f. Ot br t .oe? 3m the ih -
OO, LME SEWER AND FLUE PIP LATH, SHINGLES AND CEMENT w, ^ & t StaZ It: b.t get i, M t
ythoIoag Mr. nd MIsS. "lepl"s for May evenlg of each month at 7: aBad .
a veT pilemmst evmiag. o'clock at KYace'a HaI. at t Iar the kwe te
WAGONS, CARRIA3ES, BUGGIES, UNDERTAKER'S OOD Mr. Fsrank o t, a prlomnt yooUng Me Nellie Gottike W. M. neursjtia bur M, a am
han whs w eek for the Sbem l Ea R. Boler. Seeretary. back a a rr
Nad at W uaisI-ilMIm, N. C, arrived M. -i.AtI
OOiTRAOTORS AND GBUILJ S _-_ift' SS"'"--''"" rs a
tie town a uiei an mit o ... ..--."
CALL ON OR WRI TE US FOR PRIC I riende thile hereM who re- Nsin geI S
i ss creoe Nty. who has seen v A',f.


Melver & Msacha ^
A.A-- -- --.A-- ,, t ,A. e ...
ftgot bma crillAK p 1hAe vot n ow le.u eojnt these t oot M- ". it


skating rink very much. Miss Bev-
SEPKICo m* T w al ate aerrw had teno t mtlsrtune t.C Ado wth -fa l -iA. l M
., M Clow I(- Fm an of ,NwbMi ,M err y. .: -i of

FR H KMlT MIi VEGETABLES t o------
Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall ed 'fBe. the m.sAo awsm" as o, So a l,2 ,., No. ..
Matton, Armour's Star Ham, ArmoAr's Pork -e sha. x. Ie ,r mo nth a ,pa. -
Sasage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, T-rnips, Beet, o sI- *oroolr, "
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, cpraPshOnion a*abe he at Mr
.. . v .r ot" ( ao t.e mnmditm ai-int ".n nur m-th u .- .
W P. ED W. A. .. .- e oe wer cal U i fthe Y ,t 4i
mr ea" an a*-. ge s ts, adator. oea1 severe& ta are alwas welcem i. m-ofta
rnone u ina ru I-^ .y Ur .~i-i n DnirM. A-.. &- f. or O ev e..Ci ng -or -each mont AtT-
Phone 108 City Market c .. .t.-

own whise r-e teWat em p et wa

rodM. at-eacriS C.. arr iaa
.r II I eet ha a. -.- .tOf U lm, Lb
JACrSONS'II.I.E'S FWw A *_UFSFES r n a
LATESTT aTnd BEST YEATM MILMU *EreM. t *W ey* I ia ma!* .*-
mtrieds while hbe who wffih him sh -
M-O WILSO --r -I. A." os "I"s s l her0 ss ...-: t -l w*
ter, M0 1 W Boyd for a few days.boenia-
The pulta atthe rmaldw.ee of Mr.l.Um'
TatAaA AAt PhMay eyaa*g was a - rejobl ee t
MPmfW AD L OR SALE son at their han.
--dnhad' on s& ttsidmg We" das at a es" ato u wl. t -
w taner Is which many hearty *.a a .. at Mr. w- > ec ..


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