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 19, 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: VID03067
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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Vard tr any- e of qatarth that
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P. J. Chewy for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all buinees treasactions ard Bfnan-
catly able to eary out any obula-
tloens mie by ehis rm.
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very fevWer of the esutiful melo-
die of Ireland will be interested in the
'DOW to be given with the ,ew York
8maay WWord nest Sunday. It la
"Co-Bome" the plaintive, half-huimor-
ous, musical story of a runaway cow,
one of the prqtlest and most sac-
.eestam ac all the wmmo which Joeaph
O'Mara Is ltoing k the Irish romat-
Sc comedy Vesw MaWhAdrs at the
Broddway Theater, New York. Mmale
by1 Arramgenient with the John Church
Company. *

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The maqirts. o the Tez~s Wonder, you
would, never suffer fros kidney, blad-
der or rheumate table. $1 battle two-
mnonth tretmeLt. Sold by drist
'or a t"al L Send for testinmnial Dr.
I. W. Ball, 29t OUre street. St.
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Albert Asson Graham, the esather er to Ithe South. ie n uwlon- r a
from "Lo KxIs.-" will accept the star's all his attentlen to wntoea o usmn
thanks for a late copy of the Hood ville. Ta mp& and ?um e .. ^BHHMIIl
River, (Oregon). News-Letter, which ao rep t Td -eaen g ,ea r llI a
S tell wonderful t ories of the prosper- dW_ ledtogl-.tte sem.---e e I he
Ity that has come to that section of gained a wide aICi* t e
Orrgvn because of the growing of per. e- t the state He e11 e lo W e ft
feet apples. regular red bea.e. a.Nd with his mther = wAA tt a
which have won such favor o-er the thkki thirty -M"k W a k E S K- 1 m....
world that they readily command nam county and nag fi as ,
from 14.25 to $4.50 a bushel box. The growing untol the flone 0(t iK.
secret of the growers' success is that which. ealed him to eat s MW I l'L E .A MS "I
all belong to a combine, in sorting and paper tsinea to ant a I eubtL
packing the fruit. To show the prop- During hli career Mr.'a -i W it .. .
erty value of that section. land sells ten many literary ganm, -ao heb '
from $-2 to 1.00 an acre and the wded co"ed Srable WIte e w e i:
town has a $40,000 cold storage build- tIW Mate by bls'abty a an editorial -
larg. Florida orange gtowers could writer. His mther died yemag agp*1WU
ra a lesson from the apple grow- and, his brother wa s w loe t ,
of Oregon. If they Just would. year tn a storm off to eLm m a. The
Sremaina were taken chage by Us-
Rer. Little, who was formerly the de tker Coasnt, and the ftnm l wl-
rector of Grace Episcopal church, of take place tomorrow-Jackmav_ 2 _1 at
this city. is now located at Troy, N. .letrepolts .1th. -
T. where he has charge of Chrlst. Mr. Rau was well ow la VD Ocas. J V
church. His many Ocala friends will He was editorial write the NOw. -
be pleased to know this talented and "Capitol In I-, i*d a similar p- "-
Vent minister Is meeting with sition on the Mornafg News Ia 1 K ,
suces. and often came here to do special j MUAin
lh .fOfr was in work for the TlmaI-Unl... He was ri I lI __
SMr. Mat Nichols of Oxford, was In a genal, generous, brelad-ml ded andI Ue 'L1
town Friday. He said everybody w exceedingly likable man, the frnd of at s*
busy preparing land for crops. The everyone mnpt hinMself. Fr Mn O frA... .. .-
health of the community ine, with the ar, he had peted to die Just wke Candidate Nim"ber at l .
exception of John Smith. Will Morris he e&. Life had og boen Ia aburdia bs (M ueft. . :.-.
and Miss Beulah Stokes., who were and death came to hai as -ba kd MgSSa VTa-110. 3S mlts I p .
suffering from typhoid fever, but ar.. -. tS B .
doing well under Dr. HaIaaond's -- .l- e/to .-' .'
care. Mr. Presley Caruthers accom- MIW FLORIIE JONES angi '*A .- ... tr l' '
Mr. Nichols to Ocala. -. ,... ...... ,i 'B- W -t '..
/ ri o th St.t oPetersbui 1--M- r- p &a 0 ......... ., M S. tedl"rickl th, *1tt11dk".
S Her vedd the capable salesman ine. Jones died MN ht i tt A k. L iss B at ............. *1 18. M .at, p. ."
at theStore. celebrated hisMig Jones Wag on# ^ et At e pspi'm Poi*y ...... 2,9. S th a. 1,5 5. I
twentlah' If y Firday. It came .la" young Iadies of te ,clty. M PEWVi............ 1,4 Rdk th, p. m. Ir I
In the leorm of a genuine urprie to we the daughter of Louis *. Joseo Mi Abe TYgs .......... U1 1. L arlaeM' i'4th, a. im. *ay I
him given by his mother. Mrs. C. C. who located hrs two yBM1 age ew MIM -ih ............. 31. sr 1th. p2t p. I -e
Todd. To carry out the years of his the special bnett of hb da sE MEo Matt Pyha ............ l1 M. F-PleBlmtao thit a. M. .
age twenty young people were invit- health. d mtred his hblr of MI- Malw. .............. 145 CetralE Itth. a. m.-
ed to ssist In the social pleasure' Of or emt.y In the Ai1 Medie Col- M d Py ........... l Geiger 1 . '. a
the happy oecaslon. Those who par- cle I to do .o. .s MeiI Clm sl- ........... .1 :. Mc i e p .
ticipated in the festivities of the ev- mu,, Tw l an ....- .- ...... 1. 7. ilI. -L "I'I ,
ening were: Misses May Camp, of TARTUNG LAND STEALa Mmo Kthel g. b ...... 1 i1 2t pm. -'
l raaklin, Va.. Sally Camp. Frances Ma teal- Ma ge .:..... 1. i 1. ,
Anderson. Betty Wray Mclver, JHan Qk a Huired 1 *elln Dellra M e DiM Deer ............ o fu r Sire": a I Mabi leg-a g-
Teague, Bara Davis, Elizabeth New- Wirth ef thes PMI e inaiM El Mlu de Mler ............. 1,- s. .Le Iz p-/. 1 e aMinir I in g,:I
om Annie Atkinson, Lucile Stand- Leet by Fre"d M Mary Phips ........... 1, M mnrar"eld 1ath, a. m. "W t k t ca set Wa g sI
ley. ,ope Robinson. Mary Connor, Washinton C. Jan. 1..-anfor- M L ...... 1, 2 Candler, 1th. a. m. aT* r-
Messrs. Ben Todd, James Taylor, ....lm M...Wa ...... 9. Oklawaha, 19th,, p. m. T .
Robert Anderson, Phil Robinson, Car- m.o.i o..atastartling characterr of&I- Mien l9Wer .. .....-.lak, thp.a.
i le Hibrt Weathers, Wiliam leed w le an astounding fraud O e of TOW 19. Eatlake. 2th. a. m. a- -
Sn o I .oupo the publ lan d bae. T A C Ateo Canmdete N"mbr of Votes 1. Weh" .a:.. p -,-
Jeftcoat and Frank Harris, Jr. May o t h ome Rt 47"' 1t3o t ... .
the young man's twentieth birthday ti-~ .intM Rutl ni4 M rs7o B3. Vt.aid, R tln -,00 1, 5 ,
be auspicious of the happy and pros- trior SM t* MW nered 441 E5 (W MMjewD 3W lh-er P.
Syeas In stor f The seriousallegat, I o.les. a Ela m t umss ..c.... .
, tPepeator t ptliately SiIoe wrt : lMrs. Mary sei e, awhnd i...o ag -I
'Pr In muar .hahveme dVa ot the -
b oo ondhtifulm as ppel -ly acquired within the P ast tWo i m ss jplK te, -S.teM.: ?.; i- -
the guesrs and ni e ts. At f Km m n s ; &Q
this tie tbev. Oate. announsd thk Ro WiLL UCCSED Esa es .. I Nr fth5 a r.
he had ed to -cept an iantIel n PLATT AS SaNATOR M rs. P. S -- I
S to retu t thMe pasto ate o tehe i -la Em' R by Walts OraRgs ...5,*5 ft oMW is
S church er Manetestem', England at ~ ay, N. 7, Jan. t1.-Ulba Roota gMi Lois e Ttmka, DunnellAp 4,585 t'
Which he was pastor before coming' secretary of state In President Rooms-
7 to this guntry. He therefore tender- vlp cabinet Was the' nanimous TO CURE A COLD ONE AY
ed his sresinatton as pastor of the hole of tA4he IpbIIea5 eeti ake A TE o 6 a a o .
First Baptist church of DeLand, the cauc which met last a to name a e L TIV B O money If I. bitraa. t' ato or pl,
same to take effect three montiths maate to soceed (latled tat me s. ure.ts reOtnd money ig 1.- T e' requitorespallta returnsi t
from dte%. aooodIns t6' the cwti- Tl. C. Platte wh a mtamI t htbto c ua mEi W.OB OVrBn- dig- e p.1w r 1We all taxpreturnst t'ii

Mr. a Mrb. Otes are pleasantly met i Piut 0.Is st STATE CON NTIOlv wu, epSt fle9t .x f g^ e^j
remembered in Ocala, as formerly Chaler, who was the deeoeratie v.u,.& IW, AgiS' see*e er. U. |
Rev. Oates was. pastor of the ofrat candidate for governor t the m tata tosarvm .
\ Baptlst church of this city. He 4.- a iectli. Mr.' Root's 'rnhen m h46hne t lv I MW WO,
ecellent preacher, and fine eitizen and is equivalent to l tectton. a the oy of em*JM n enealara .worketere 1 t 49 1t7O r -.
- lldan. el om I.,
Mr. Wllard, of Westerly. R. L who ar t2M*e cove.m. Not oly 't* have the phos a-ut acKae eE i mWJ A. i*4
is fieh commissioner of his state and HOW M YOUR Dm TON wi we Sate the leading members Of 'bekd he* remed1d; to he qStn heP $liS188& AldAR
also an orange grove owner at South the dewmntiiem *oon all over the. trom anort an taary fre a e aL d4u
Lake WeIr and In charge of the Lake Mrs. Mary Dewlng, at hN. mve nth *50e, but Ib-r Of the MWadif t b dtiMef 1s enth ti ake any kid- lW S Ade i ln .
Wetir Grove Co., with his wife and Ave, San .P:rm* iMr.lote f f trom eter eetlone will e here. We ney suferer mteful. To tel how -
Scaptvatlng daughter, Missn Grace P. remedy for tl mai m be tlave a reputation for hoespitality to this great change can be broeght A VWO *MS t ts 4
WIllardt. will arrive on the lake this says: "Orattlw fer the fJe isstaic and a broader one to make. about will prove comnfortlag words to 4 tal tl l
week auG Upend the winter. Their effect of rectrie flttSr ie case of EVerVY ctthet should make It a mat- hundreds ef-Oema readers. t at
Smay trieds will be delighted to see acu Ite i, ats le teea ter of peraseonal pride to let none of Edward Gravle; iing em Lemas .e
dotlonlaL I am ly5 gSW aeed 4hat tee people g away with anything street, Pulatha, 11.. says i mew-.
7 four sttomach a wmer ttee e bt g tO say of oe tow. Iwt our ni fsthe My back ha bM ht On
Mrs. William R ocker of Ocala, ist Bitters the best neo -e t holmes sa over cdarehes be open to nug mae caadetble'e.y. I g g .j
to be congratulated that she sold In market today-" ATi -*L tel aha. them. It would be worth much from hind a lata eroea sea, sI _
this cIty' 7,9e Red Cross stamps, the alternative heditfine hislme lee the a merely sordid, mmoteztal pont of there was aU aching tlmgit -l- ? Ig
*poeseds of which go toward the cro- systeline, prtlea e b lad sa es- ltOW. tehae e this eoBieattlid bueha-klney hae"ffing. eneet canl- 18' Nib -
againet tuberculosis in the state. pecla8y helpful In all m f f Cie.ss by local effort that It will be 'a thes fur wa to wal a&d w sea u .. e'
P l gettei an c. se at all rbe. bet the art o .1 any such enter. I et Gar toa lten wae I 4 wo S^
r. J. P. Phillllps who 1a settinff op Migs here, aet eoly of this mad other e n Iirtst 6l5 WiShJ
& Marion county exhibit for the state TOOK THEM WTH wIlt-eM hrve. ht other tamtltutlone as a t seat d4's tht t I was Ota te
f(air, went up to Pessenden yesterday --.- .-. welL-Deafumak hresem. -o0pe* A P s- t %
afternoon at Interviewed Mr. J. N. Seattle, Wash., JIs 19.-W. L. tee, e t^ise. old ease
I Tuitr, the. turpentine operator at that ley, an attorney saw teaderiaa na Mi Vf s wll take oteyrs Orlno Lax- 3l a4 a t gseaE
place, who promised him an exhibit bank examiner ser Imtebtw ago WuSinI ali sntee l o hwe become rg-. b
in his lne fron the virgin trees up to Mrs. Kate M. beaesL- a agge.g jtilar ye w neg have to tak4 purge. -D gy ? _o reda


the finished product tn all Itai stages Daughters of thie Aanorifcm Regs"Uasmintent, ws ha~ Orl* ae l Luaz-u
reduction and manufacture. ti and 'her dahter i vlwitve t er s ahod soostt D _e mad :. u feet
SSeeley. a student a.t the--- Ivel-- h Pt- l .... '"-h 1W-. Pleasant years younger.Ir. my '.recom... idtomi
re. A. P. Golmore and children o Waslalst, were f 1 l to ofk. ld by alw drwtis.lltb n e aao b s ;o
Save gone to Oxford to see Mrs. 's. bath I ofm i thel r ebs e la I N -l b *.trdabl:
ldek brother, Mr. John Smith. who is lo able capital Ir qmw HARRMAN WANTS YO .aft' .a'i .
SgerouMly Ill with holdd fever. The victfij had -been g beee t- ThE MEADOARO P
I ; w Turbed. *Th.e-s a.I a .... .. a sp ebas iCg L-iny~ -- -- 4
Wr B u c k a l e w o f J a m e s to w n N J .. p s h a d aJa b.e- H i a T r i p *t Ie C a m s e d b y IaHis a a -h i
Is paying Ocatla his annual winter with a hammer. These was aHsi- M e Afr Atwe e ea Par A t
vitit and his many friends are always of violendt j e Syte. aentS i*r shr te., II nIIB Syd
p ased to meet him. He was a tor- ed to have ben pary rlemm, D. C., Jan. i.-It is Y., sole hs bi taae s : .i
mer reaMent of the town and in the and then drowned ti te bah h being bratmed aout here that the meme!i6il
palmy days of the orange Industry . e H. -arrisi, A rlea's take oaseuta .
of the golden apple kings. SMPLEI RKEBY FOM LA aIgPP Neleo tr-rtad 4to the --
R aine vaspi t ,e- that ma-y som at ths timne b1 18 do with the FrOits away f be h0 at Mar' I
. f MeAtee. one of the veterans drelop over al t aqit ly S-ed eibrta he Is makt. to gt pe s-lo -
of the Ocala camp of veterans, came nb' -ume" U y Of hae aboard Air Une.
down today to attend th silver tea 0 i n aba idag a s'eed I"- Br. m Bartus n iw Ins hbigs own
g sIven b ythe daughters in cnaminr-stengtheme, and a da"adgeemMo- MMILam a Wtte over S S40m,0 worth A
of GeV . L ce's birthday. ~t quickly averted Take a ly o ef .k the Mn raload of thl
-'s B ne and Tar .o -the pew c Matry, Mearty te times as much as :: -
Mr. / Isam Poer, the eathuslstle S g by % an tIUa. aay etWer aasad tis does not In-
(..,unioM Ma of M0 m uffM, r icle, -ii amelvearsubal.

SMr. MeLen of Coant. was a bp CMw' rlawrea to e tde we .e '-
sape- t h** pt the cky today. Ii A I tersm ct" mptitor Is' :. .tw e
Attorney Fred C. -trmaer, e et -anne ni th agae gre0 4 ae me< .
She bright NW tts of te Broo-ks- AlM I 0csast X.rm11weil be an
S baM wa in town today. ftwale ar e Bhneols Cenl to t
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Mery Bargain off red. The actual vale i ths Mnray is
about $10,000, but party who ow same h a' t e to i --- :
devote. Will sell at price quoted; one-halt dowa, balance- ms. i :1 a p
in one year. Party can pay bark a trees are m ,. as. a mat '. B iur
SCHEDULE. e8,s-60vlabt taoa01
30,000 trees now ready for market, worth 20 to 40c each.
70,000 coming in soon of seedling oranges and grape. 'y ^ .Se .
-Ugh KnAJma A411


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r1. DaiSauIce ui r[UUZIi lemon. D u1 .,-.Mrs. 1 8. Hall and son. Robert, are ai
This is an opportunity seldom offered to a man with j"k a few day
small means, and will pay for itself in a year or two. Mr. W. r. Bwt of Mobile is at the

ACT AT ONCE Dr. ad MT. B ter
.Dr. e.to i h .. "dKMr T.s...saoe t
on, are guests eQCS Omk BSam&
Call or writAe. Mr. I Boison or Tam IBI
the Os.. .Me.
Marion Realty Co.
A. FRANK Ma er ,.
Box No. 51. OCALA, FLA. Mrs& Webbw of o ik wnt in tViow m *f .
__ _._- A_ w__hoa,_n__ __ t* *shopping.o .. w .
Miss nlo Stone left today for state etf t Wt ~. ..I o,





City Marshal Bull has" returned tor see V* w tli s lm Il I :,
It C. Davi C.. Of Jc l. ech. FindWmber pe a sae ret to .



SOur representative, Mr. J. wil seln I auk at 80 0010id-1l2d Le Milter. and receive sultIbt@e e. a 'i a-1
dal. ll be t the w t era I ta n lt dge..d at that
claaH ouse 8.Wednesdamy .hs



andy ria y ..withif ~o.re I U.
he t ortra was I town .ey. a---'
SCity Mahal Bullock has retuone lae In fetereape D set w tam we Sm -


i u nf rom his visit to Lake City. monds: three small links e J. s'
andsamof entoerpece set witm h eM alB-iJ Jn endo 4tSm
So. C. Daih & Co., of Jacksonville eah. Finder please ret rs to 5s ?eem i
Sinda will be t the ty.periter pa y ters i desire. ward. 1-S-dtfo
and samples of chairs. Any I 1vIt t t J at maa
*Iort will do well to see Mr. Ns auy ad La Laernei twe see in Olta for her paper ; E
Brooks. No trouble to show perfues at the, Por g .d .-1
you and you can save one- t While a .l i t l ". 11
third on every chair you .I, wh sl ts n a- at oa a g .
buy. If you cannot go to the Mr. aB se. MUwart t A ler ~aew e A, 2 i tism ,U '
hotel. write a post .ard or nt irta li Mr. and Mrs. aor, = bento lrne o0 i at~d oe eflaw It L C-'"'
Sphone Mr. Swindal and be t ftieds the qierator. Mr. M. A. ^ty pt e
will call at your home. Spe- headI euttin g t ee th ea M Si A
clal inducements this month. One poWes of per a"d two pAcks waspsc at work aglteh5waZ.. .* w .
S-t .velopes, very best trade, r .
FLORIDA CHAIR t Tydings & C. Mr. tad.
FACTORY, ov ia _ow this afMmiemm Ii a r
sMr. ,. ,.:aab ofet
Jacksonivilie, Fif. fom r titem otf cala, b at sple i f ubs- time latei cit.. Mr. .
aa whre meweemg the
-Now is the th* tam p*at your IvLaeIt butUag Ia s y.

The Tompkins, Cobb & Nichols Co.
sold three fne animals yestrerhy to
mout o. town partle
,.-..-.. --. .-. .--_.. ?,at-,a and La aerne, two new a. t t
perfumes at the Poast'oee Dru- i '



FOUR FOR ONE to 'r' *,




Mr... I .. rn., a" MIara M taemon Cem p. i*t i to mk. s.re, ."he.l
RONE to Jacksonville tdda WAnywin return CH Ii









T IS I r II B~ Io orrow or next day. u e I -e i .
Tr= equar "rE COST / -- zA tfto.o mwtt Hl. Ca vis & fa te G g h8







SAT ganede a rt Bure l ptt.a D ctat thoehe 4 ,MOM$, 5e C..
'mrs. A. Caw ls andrm ch land r af







-in *B daughter. Mrs ad"na Ctlverhouf tae uet coat m heft rn'& 7v *d Is:
^ -~ i waPleasant to cvile to Mrs. Raw t s moth- 1te i M .
Ba "teir homse In Seeteseovile.

9to REPEle1t room Sousue Aoa= Oar ^oors19

prettiet.a eIitoo :r s a sw Vt sa pe -__



W- F^ M a GOe M A.f r & MchaelKay. lagaem toM Is *ea dft t th11"

.... ..-went to Ja...o-b t y to --t-m" .co rtedor'.`...W....
W- 9 fewday-s ...as.er.ane.r whas5i ^.






-f t perfumes at the Portofse.
^American Pa ""an . Mens. Ti Toml'seowr and Walter w' mas six" w
%Elec w o o L twobbom aws Lak th* fo-. ,- aI s aa a .n *i





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tes. C trfCty. Neu, fnbo tson& hWNethat. we repie ,Se S ?"a
tr Yeaa.thTe am UiwtithBatW-






n.~i^U^ Carge^ Bus fros s nt. A'I fr ".d Mr. Oes te. t-






da E1 ShNnupto Mr.Seag ndale adthie Unmileaane W St da ist -M BuW 041
*trat his -etber took ar* to ke Jack- ha -


..D. .WII FR WTN1W J~rn43eInsituftefor' treatment.
Nanya and La Linen,., two new had us.yr kA
--Perfmes at the Foktofte Itig, at uNam a a& EsW.
rn e7!- A. s A.
Nbr Iinaflng Blank S'W 1"0 a tww s aIi~_'
Sats I~ ves m
t oMrs. rsae, Stevens, to* atgdp a4nd MmJFat t w e- __
'This coupon.- when properly filed out, entitle ke ka dft b ols ed ie.w
FMbv ealth "ad havokwee-DoWutt5
W e----------------------- nss a o n a----- --- OUTt.e arl Rlem-e ail tet "W 9 e* w %* Au W At A& IN If NM
beds- made. SOld by the AutI-Momop*At IIL T f
oly rugstor..:
OF ....... e......bo a0 M *MbW MCs
W. 3I. aWON*. foemalY in tow ew gtOMeat to AVbet Gma, ~ m u z OMSM
To &S "IM Mad ubmher in noination Ini bff at Irvine, but M- the a i w
anW n i o-e y,1i E M t bLft 916 are stswC y plS

Utedear Ihihe at oe.We u to ms
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BASPERTERA 0 8 8 1 DEI n. I...a ... s... NO. A. Xe, -,at. he.... "


MIPENTER ANO BUILDER w BS W Oa Ch P. Ore of the't1 S Sr .
Careful estimates made on all 4U th otne i Mdl-m.e' Buas.. Star, meetso m the rst., Fhi- W hI' ma1 peyr t th The oBown eact -
Cnreat estimates ma onr an aste- having I ,I day ewS of each mth at 7:2 pioep of the towa, thsse aetmily laws or ortda relative to the barn-
contract work. Gives more and alght a t v's.gck at Tea e Nail. born to the parish receive from tha lng of woods. Is oPwrtufne and is pub-
Sbetter work for the money than s-Tya I havw ethe Mrs. Nelle Gottlieb, W. M. municlpaity a sa of 12 Ia. a year. Be atth rawueeketet
any other contractor in town. s* lII& rwn IL p er. secretary. This ilm, Ihvedel m l t,-. -,., .
w- ed m at v- .wi. fores.tssf wtiaaa ow"a" .,;i
"- d'- -" asmWARM ...
RMaENe-WTa, y rD B UIDE*2, 'O.7 hsmsr lsa.o ae. oud.
times wihem t Same um o wa o ,e 6 =i a r_ _
tomes he eml met MaO the 4. We Cu Oesatoane held every MO- iW** **rMt h me e Thioa
c doe AInwaW. day eveg o Ca stle Hall, over e. ea- l t 8a in one lawcto bu -
aser's stor ~ e. A cordial welcome to via ittMp Ohspithlho ift oL tofuMWp
tTimee Itr fts. Ste- aiM",-e, CW C. a .M. "g12Mea w as a i.
Mrs.L BuveHe, I amratae C s. g. Be ,t of nand be 1W
aorncittana sgl an that eMo d-m U diskO mw,
.beut hw 8144 yeoo aOm e aPe eti s w eO L 'Sa srS*
yas moAel ler Ia t Mm, -..
|-eI" ma bma-WoI, eal whl Netes *f .Sesles a "a-t.

| bshKabpe sand ew teathe e d- -haVe y e e- a
Ahm tmm asy bee.cow U97US
CPxAst Tm Aeonlnss-or eacd rnmsthVWAi-
8you em get me a leek Of yor Wes semamena Kulted Rler. a



CWhmax ghs Inoer from as ama be,
baam"amlwOtn adlde Tihe OLteemsLA
thep T a em .w that wsea am _. ,.t. in.*htw ... ile m r se


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b W s m when you auy Dr. H"mM
2a7 y me."110-0or 1a nthe- agl s" w as a 1ee N* a &- th-
the botde-wtappers and their fouralas
are atteted uader othb s being VIoUWa wa- techl a u=bW C In the mate that y" are apt to be .0
Sad eomee. You know Just what you an t, ,I disappointed on viewing the s ort c
payngses fr that the sngredle5s S tly Awwhile I was ansA> the e Ath4 things. Toeo .cousld moreB reiy
satbered ftw Natures laboratory, ~ bn remared an AmessemW i e as smabool leaping s ad Cr
eW tedt feia m 15 -eS valua ba"e U* w "mI at m, elnw -s a ;e- RIb, -g g..wft eer .m Aes th an tat,
rmthe eld sche l toft






i etnedna]Itrw snd rooding 6tr lwI aol tos thed. MOa AND M Wla, FaN JALB yo3I SE1 met IIsaIiBBIsi t .
Wa llel l ot 1 11 PI I tha tIt aI ... .. a mh. 3 'at'h is e"ahiv e Wis.-





aDr.s PeqotoUn Medial Dostha woa yea cm dI ter Iar ao Wt B4 ft t
0Ifi nloebIaWetoam0I*r1"0*010 lgtNOe mi110 a ey I'M
show how the yoa-os meb toI uI
afe deeanerat M. AA this sort o arOft -toI
Tsa e reflects on the British a1aon!1l ,
heug bst eaIat S6M It aal y t mibhti por& aDIo eas0

Gly t portant part ad eclamed: nyl P1 atlhaps ye. We hi eat .a mest Ie"rw h e"
aDr.er eoka n Diheevey to an do bet ter1 r oW -o g -g -e-'?
the pratlorblp, th1 Btry I.eoundl ceao tt a t bsh eer t Ia- a ueSet 1 tn T .





Weak stomah, d b isour' 'rist a p ,oainW 5. g, .s. .,,I ,OMe E u p -Il
heartearn t. foul death tedtotgue, I'd beto hamse Ito eat a"o I ". pd t o O b ythe oUle a n id e ait 3W -i
pow racial. A Btt~i wroeeling I inMoss sTom- swa0I. iIt ^*k" S1S a it iftm
ch. busn~sso an& InredTh W lblerepoI wasboa" had"8110athr mane. l. '8twe a nee hornaer, ca rm ata a db4rAU qff delH 9410a.d
o ol the stomach liver sad bowelas. T p w a I h lv a nmk ,r
S Curings all t6e above od is told to w wat I I o mt "A hI b or sdlet, or f you ant o.i to the |a
al tthsl. (olden Medical Discovery and the rst time I al"Oh a rAet market -Se a number of rse
ha sofohr all dIMOaN of the mucous es te hug was a u aese ga a: aO .. ag W
membranesie6 as cetarriz, Irbetm took so te h0l WN 011 B 110 thn t -Any D. Co. OR Ifr. Whether Of the
mieal pgoages or of the stomach. bowv s but -efore they eaM Pleh tIes I. a- hse n- a" l "" " "p-.
o.r pelvic In Even on its ulcerative plggwed the blIIseye ld times to i manp.. the9
t wIeld to this sovere.rem..I.... At th. twe hold mclosm ..et. t W sA L. s. :















orelI street fc aFor k =ng aT- asa pt b < t di t 4 a" ba is ow t ia
o to Omlw a a Is was a ete b t.aom ter d but he l e 1 oa 1 aIm
whilk lakg the g ode medical Di plimented me byiryng elag:a aw* etm SOum. .,








1W three f aryom ov titutionalte tou clItn sho tlot t .a. _V.
eaNotseet to eesy e the ps"ocnuhothid r U, e B f to -, -a A". '. a
two or three tims a day reit; ec th esa e .th@iewonotI lie Z oY M tmthatbya y, an&.. at w U a S lo w lt
Cstarrh Remedy. This uorur amans W"ith as ls gu, Is t, sINW el whm*on ag mii nga 0al-
of WeI u dmerally cuarm wes. hep? "-Loe anets T1it1 CIT4 COUNnCtL COMMITTEES tsedeaa *amb here ad pulp cotiton 1qorop
ma t^ rae ucsaw by.-tm thet to be compounded Into dy. n -po 'be
.o.vf.ted *tietshe0d0 deel A AGREATCOMBINATIOML ra * .ats ne e aha -f es. ."
I t is amu s n appointed by Prcoi dent J. M. Metercare Is tao Inraf the n VIeIpe
a wbiy Creth iWhene Wea hd a, e ean otoer. D. Stokes, chairman. cha irma tn ;. At .
matluntaeeous, frone the ts aw Ct-opera. L W. w.Duval, Ia T. Helvenston.
ono mto b e oShortly after hS iIdtstW wi h Judiciary-I4. W. Dural, cSrPharn; kmE
o s t c e eomf ta on Ioti esdranced took place anIS. M John BrM the T. B. Sarder, D. e lv' r.
* w medie bu will dino to at-ut r labor eoro M settl ed iow as a reet-lJ. M. MRo"t, chiu' "'' -
B" lstiane. from ot. whkhitf anue Britishel aborladed. aWfetad a of A S M B >h-
d.or ad eed. ed s cnsum- ourneynn Bstwms a C. Jones, D. felver. .- it
It is orebest vmenine wty Y aafternmeo he theer -. eae%- ta* ';N" f
t twas th eaglasot r he mto J."-. Mc.ver, I T.chas"m;t ea ..
FLAT FOR REInT is own h as na ns eN t3 r am Stake..G.A. CarDbstBaL paL
Tue third floor flat of living rooms car to Great B tal. ethosedr tPonce-T. ad ery, n-y mev TaL& to aria.te s wtS
ev"r the Star office is for rent Ap- hower, peopledi&d ngot b at teW. lDm, othe s C. jal u
ply at Star office or to Mrs. Van eectric trattis was epowi e ai M arta-If. C. Jeas, chairman G. abOUle at a ft. al
HaoL Bate ad tokt the dysun atA.C I W. Duval. and glat genwd, bosatr wat
NOTICEtram to the CryaW palace saMt tn9 Sta4rUP-L T. h etvestain, chair- Ir, It develN tim q vies at









eeto NOTICE atter *sdasl poudswaAi for 100111ea M M J. amoe. ITSayder. dbc-paa or batag ba. ad&
Notice Is hereby given that thirty bor tohe oagrendat utol m A. o.eT-3 ,- bwlti more lastm feels-



consider a o bids in writing for the although the c was lalzpeace, tand A I
ructionof all or any part or lones of them would ent e a the gafloll am Ga A w
portions of the unfinished sidewalks newfangled Invention. The. Buas was env a't es t I thtfaorMI a WO *i
A by city oretnahce is diretMed ind to t" Wiffe, STfS a get had 4tam5 ams S Ma no au AM
required to be constructed, to-wit: down to the palma th Okiawaha avenue, from the east rna getlito the frt electric tram ear
city limits to the west side of Magno- sea damyduck for the othore." This SP-n
Port King aenbue from the Pastern Wav s onlygtpagr Wy s 9ccesatL ft Sm me
line of lot 7, of Harris' subdivision of Bu. brUMeat t aleag MS7 wahrm` t T Times KUUgM@ tlead 0 le b
block 3, of Cald well's survey, to the lW, "mad," aMW t- e eergetie labr A
west side of Magnolia street. leader when relting the _C.t Tmeri'hetam as
Fp lane, from Fort King avenue to "when a hltud a wife as a M S Fat ILmoth-tt t ho
Oklawaha avenue. In-law cooperate maem i is a sred." 0. S. F. t* ms4 d.t4b
Ray street, from Fort King avenue -LAD"TitDIt.
to Okeataha avenue. bidl Lodge nBo. ds t or wy y to
Herbert street from Fort King av- Tu llaLotsL.No.03."aet ever s eve n fta-f ttesa t ti mpatar- py
enus to Oklawaha avenue. L 0. M.P. aeets every TuedaY even- tit 15 I GrW-
Turcawi ls street. from Fort King T PSUt rchtet NAd1 "`t l- Vi nYe Us alUn Visiting brothers "T e typi cal et mcenW Ubrarian
aiswe to Oiarasha cave oeded to wettag Mrs.- Drippngo t a wel emeW- tae 4osetS o Thereader
Watla strat. from aort King av- MMelibetWm th chr66 omiS'V w c 111z.erae, & workt. a r tMu atae m 3a h a
eane to o(liwabs avenue. mandes solas a Que. ARnu for the 0 L. M.jttleW *Mratsd r. her antif Sa for beolo at e16 dI4ay
MagnolIa street, from the Seaboard plans of herr -guleout new country 1 Iadvames. the ]Awh Wino ,af -,
property to the north side of South a oly details I sabt gala' t1. (ICAoA. w e '
Maln street, from the north side ofI Sae, to yoar i, eoa, Of the maste who ve beet SaI
North First street. to the south side Woeladrsthsandmthe word oftrUr to o
of South Third street; except the east agotheir Vocabulary. S
sid, of said Main street south of South alks an as S9Walong way OR whom 'hrle moeat pricelas books sadin 7,11




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