Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 01 20, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03068
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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Ofkte Over Almoe & Chambuis Jasks.n.lee Gree Fair mNa Ce-m
Bank. ...4 under the MeI Ap.
OCALA - FLORIDA slo c amso- -
TERMS. CASH. Jacksonvle, Ja s i --Th. Felrid
L _.- Expo.sltjs-Falr epmi, today at the
noen beor under most aspcto etr-
IJ E. CHACE f..r.mbe w. o-
Chi IN* It pre"ding at the afmal opening
the most enthusiasts promoter., who
Rooms 9, to and II, were appointed by the Jackaoevfle a th tra-
Second Floor, Holder Block, board of trade for this special work.
The attendaues of tourists and
OCALA, FLORIDA. ho seeker nm orthern d l '
western states ran up Into the thou-
TERMS. CASH. sands, Jacksovmlle be~ng ev
with people who are fleeing from thW&
'-- homes tIn th eeM setlam to
points i Florida. IhYb tlhe*-
L F. BLALOCK "le* 01 1Fi ***
ever collected, ad were del~ge 4
0" I n tthe '-,ggnre. of the anuaemmt
to shabow the visitors fm other cties
PAu 211 that Jacksonville to the equal of much
OffieS Ne 4 I1 1 2 a. l n.L 1 t1 *5 5 p Ilare cities In point of progressive-
TERMS. CASH. Creature's world-famous baud of'
-sixty pieces and other attrzetle1s T
made an Iimmediate hit The Apo- o ttreo lt
sition-Fhir will continue until Mamhb 0leet* ob.
D. HOu WIb N.-D, 20th, during which Ume the advaet-* 409ME L
ages of Plorida will be advertised ito sa '. "
mevert way ImagInaMble..

Cs S eaili Floor The IMunroe ad
Cas2 IBank uBalluag, Oca, Ae.esding to a Mi ulsippi p et, whm Th erk ot takof twe Unth e s t"te. esi t t .s
Florida. All These Mirseles Coemoe S*ie 1 ubk the natual coating of the polathan. Tbhe bars hte
-s'Nphss: Offlet22: BesIdetece, 4a s Pam Ira it tie heW raTs fairly uwader y already at is using omIe so*.t-
Sm tl b In tabulating and indexlag the various claess of
OCfee Hews Taft's program for comve.llng the t t
9-11 a. v, 2-4 p. m. 7:29-an o ma. Solid South to the republican party
Shas aroused a bard out la Aberdeen. ____________________,__B
Mis- -s. Mr. W. M. Braan, who in.
*tlgnantly spuras In prose the Invit-
U Uion to "murder principle for the lust NOW'S THIS STOPPED TOO SUDDENLY
c.. U DB UUlI of gold," or to "trample under foet --
the political teachings of a eutWry" -We eoer -ne amdred dollaWr re- Yo. Mg Man'e Death ,Net
mAPA aMa uIBC in order to "femat upon the leeks and "a" ft ay cawe of catarrh that VJaing Ciawsth"AmeT W M6- go;-N
UIR 5W EUEUUI garlie of tgypt." and then goes on In eanot foe cd byh Hairsa Catarrhb ag Again Swrur 3W
rhyme: Cara Hasaltal, tad Ja 3 A Age as a
Pl ished P. J. C1lser & Co.. Toledo, O. Lane, years of die
When bedbugs1we. t" undersiigne d.haveI knownras the result of kebqh aW a
.iju And tadpoles can swallow live p. ey for te last 1 w resolutn w ea p
whA "andes; o te him perfectlyU honorable of cigarettesye ,t ,Atato me-"IVex-
Vlg. s LWhen sailoms e ot oh t swea r ', be n..transAtIo andO wn-e s e oking. and, -was gl -
And as c are outrun by ens. cSn" Sy able hto amrry out any obliSa- t thhemwith the New TVep, l
A -mn losm ad b rws i -a't iru or bh di mant Wbyo tiis A rm.-ph
p -n wa elate butt tr m the oa o Marvin, S fo accUstae had the fU s th. t
l f f lioAnd cr-codw t-flo.e at t he irn b wae- n a" boe see-oetiira. eNe
Iu Whum titehsm went drink larger ple0ata rrh 0um Isetakensi ter
bWheer.n MnttshoB ute ma oe thn kiter iseuth set J dhtemmas H n
S- Andterrapis. gwupon the bourdi without s.g.act i, tk e c uo.ntho o th
isWith w N81And terrap0ns gwe e th st a mea s opa "asurees to the system'pd. It sie for then WOW ,VMe w .
Wh Cn.eben ee Withh tr gHr o I f ow -I ags. -te1aba free. Price 7 5 cents per
Wht hen t reso without bott. old by all ets. Take YOU K
l rm And heko trees thrive without trlly fo r cpons tiatlion.
.m-- mie aL. ispos attention to bHhen Tmar.Fm Pier constipatioro w merits of the Tirl+awvt6er
,.11-- _And t le can be caught in the dark-. UP AAINST IT "would never suffer froi .1 s -.
d"etor rheumaticrtrouble. $1' bhttlevr"0ttbi *r
ELECTRIC MAIIIAIIA When ward heelers qui t telling lia teal. Sa Wi tll F sj be Marwtd W months trtlmmet. M '1lby Imnkt 3,Lh
-- And women cease loving one nma; " Wie. ieams W s or by mail. Send for testlmw,'. k t
NOT AND COLD WATKR When Yankees won't eat pumpia New orik Jan. RL-There will be a & E W. Hall, 225 o x ft 'street.St he
d W t ptea, rse In the teme of women's feet If the Louios MioUri. ... ,
And girls won't agile at their b aoms. ho a have their way. The Na-
S--- *- - .i -Jf
'L' A.."WIC ,~~~U~*E W lmtheWmodag bird brays like the tI*WaSootA-A Slo trManufacturers' /! n d i
_g a s _ _ _ _ __h a v e d e c id e d In he ft -
I r e tarto Marp the real miniu on shoes In r
And the bur o El g seg Dilke the mark; pta t .W

bs An4d "soeelty welcome the storkL bouswt tot hbe stopped It f
eAts s"oreve~ry das'd = -z n m o &.thte st opped. It
r SDIRECTO l the 'possum I mo. ws a ir o hiso T s t ,ct, i lMUtute one size I.s s ,M
Stall ..... at et"od-e elft to a customer. W,t -A'
Slll And thIe polcat smell lie cologae t i of deepto tmt is o-. r l
When Jonah waainswallows te yhl jk an n essary
--. And te theat no biziam WATCIED PIrFlElN YEARS -"B-.

. t Ws- t, tl a t fr ha a .- wnere felt here y-ster- .. :g

Ks -"..Iu uaar ope es toaedtts bhar ea. ofn vs tof Ise Tim aeth5e 5 tp5ad. t s av d Vurs an -y'W

Snd the ea a, s7aiailptim g at the, United Mtates are __ .
l11 **i ts lt ty *mo b9111pap n dt o*ad e- barber there'
wh's -01 d 1 No New is te TIh e T etoSed sa ship or.
y -J. sa at a es, ..--e A asai.. ..-d A lT A..e..s lateant Wx of Mised r Ay of MWa# oMWr7 am- id
r- "-* i- n a' -t __. alt-h ---aett- Ie mm Y a _W --- C C, P --.'aiT a gg
---.. er several years I was afoseeted a mous a asse as peer
____**^i" TAIAPIlRR 1. Is TiVEY r W ytwrS oublae a" ns.t wit 3an knoar s l hanl t*he
B wif a e"- our ees j -S .
ves U0 ^ -^ he, becaun we bwe
On W Nise sla Me.6 "In Pa.vew vSf tal. inmy. kleys and was ns- -,t UIU- 4
edW g to Utt oight days unable toW get, a"t "u-U--n-l y WY 0 t,
T e T sup owilthut Usttance. My urine con- wr U-thous r g B
That 8eogtr T*Hleans ovWl taMed AlShirk white sediment ad I nsist. We guaranm"eevsthtm,

the stuiatlon tom As ae. That SBat-ly Nte andw faay yesand -d aw t
Svanh woldM *SU .agat the o.w- my urine became normal. I ceer- Magaua ad Ma Streets
.r 1cor m mein to Wedt feA eesiCene Pales 0dney Resnr We Ales Carry a Nise Lim Of un M -
+ . -r_ teratLoai w hnfully eozpected, and of old by an drugstsa 1-f % li.^. I. -
Sthe latter ity is asking a conteAt on Cakes and Pie
.... .t hepthe pretmene that the bml wIm be the X r o-
-takif os ePt&a ports. and prove a ,----- C
scknowledge t ein Isto be Easy toGet a Jury
%,.:W v YEtw_ to have &powaful luenev In Wash- tn Tt o11111*1 l
At kase, and his Mellow seats kaow NaAwe, Tem-.. Jan. 2-Five u an-
Athat ho is prompted by right and "Ju- dred talesmen have been subpoeMed t.'
S 4ce la hie fght fe Florida's ntse o appo ti criminal court today at
eto lid the purity t this treat Pr- ga beshRRnin of the murder tria f -
"ueCL D.e.a K. Cooper and his son, Ro.n. Opensto thyot
i u E WA||r" "" The" "committee hat"IM the bll ft & Johna Sharp. Jointly held W ote alwn. M.o '
gli i five the mter a beat- fn He nt ,* W. VMS Room


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#n _Iwas the Tlhar a i ,
C.Lr'TM-- ~E1G W rtl A l"ee sad in buser i

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""Ewana t i 'WZ*bo" W S"W& a.m r. **. c .,., .. M^mBSBII
S*d Iier and s (ans Met i Wg eictivy md. Tatee -hA - --

a.o ,-. el ear w co e e a w o s M- i
IvL R.CARuALtI &a Mrs. Ah B Gam emur. .as stootoa

Ma WS pm g oo Se onnldeasin e ar tet It hte *ft e'te r" I e J e +-d Anli

traveling, seretary ew the Young Peo- tal cky. ad- s ,.ts, atof New
pis Missioswy Seelety, a brWas"o ft YMk.
the Woman's Pweign MFssoary So- 7b itBaeswm ow *-
c~st,'' .1S 1 th H 3 h.a2iIn g the afternoon and e Syalg -were
Ocala yesterday afternoon and was Mrs. 1. H. I&SstoCn, ey.M Mrs. A. 3.
cottb yMrr. 3..1W. ..n-. .... "nd.Mm
aN. Kirkland. the lady mariners skMrs.LCarroll..Us.MfC. C.C ILL-
theY. P. M. 3. In this city. She wasTodd unsmes Neorbnnm. ...A'
the dMwolg card of the missionary hFeT. H." k .f .
Inrftut n at the Mtodit church yes by. Jole Wis-in.a" bothers. WE I*-ow
terda afternoon and lIst night. A the tare dning roUo ck .
number of out of town delegate. werefi.t aser ve s ,- ms^_ Ba
.prws.nt. as Is Davies cam only visi t .ooate were served by Mimies
the larger towas In her trip over the Ka there Livingston. Ma IUvia-t
U e.Wston,L Lucy and Annie NMorbead, NeF '

--E .V Y-.Ow.... Y-"".. ..:e
that w e helpful to those engaged In me m c 8. r u 1 -e-n.
Chinese eastume for the occasion. "ft b an even i a ea f. Improvement board t -m
S... w nl -- se s -r-w a .. .. . ...renjoyed by anp me nent and was as W --- f -
e sad Rv. Barnett pastor of Piano and violin-Mismes Balley sand OVMAN, lCT R
the burch, conducted the devotional I ,,e M -
seruioe Rev. W. -H. Coleman, of the Pfanoa f so. UDo Tk "
Piano solo-MissDorothy Lancas- Ra 4470v.;
Christian church, ted In prayer, when -reral
a double male quartet, composed of ,f y M artin. Osale i s001
M .Taylor ates. UttleMoo I viol-Misses M e Ve
9er-. Blalock. Nash and Ph"illips, ` -d tSo t, TI Mo e. _gn. __ .im
sang beautifully and I Mpresiely. p ,g. e Martin aa 1 Eth B H afth. .. ..<...43f i
Miss Davi delivered a very Sm-n. t Ub- ar M Isa VIN AN .. ** I s 7e 155
pressive and eloque*t ussiongry .ad4. D- aw o CI4Ae ..."*.. .tVMS
dress, reviewing the history of t Misa Qe&Ctlew- agatMh .... bere-
Important religious movement and th_ L_ rw ee *
INE t had made in the past h2 O Wins TM1l"i *
dred yeap. She touched. humorously Mis Carri U 0.m ............ 0IL, siii-
an w*cisas dependence and the SuS 'Voc alJi m"=d .. 2,515 ., sW W, w0:tha.
reasMible 1estom of busbands fail-i .4 U Mie A 'ei Lmle.t s Per ..... U Xast la jvlpo sel t1a may .ntSce of the
lmg to give their wives an annuttV MP-,_Mls t y pft. is M a........... volht aran ly oed aur tMd aM" M.
and because of this want of generous Pao Sa ioKiers CoaiSSliBd a n To--ug ae*her ht ............s y Boeand2 The ae
liberality the women of the land could MKM Coam K u a".t a ............. 0 smaa la s aryof te rid
not and dtAd not give as liberally for R m ............ 1.**a"* _a3o.aJ v w g W,
the mission cause and other good lano-Mi Ca.e Wintams. lot- Mai ........... ..... U i o to Iaquiy rvertuah aw Iv- b* e
work as she would if she knew how VocalPselection-U rT, Jff.Phn-Mi***ss** 's Boy ad .T..r .. t e "s9 Meii
much she would receive each year. Vocal c -Mr T, HC. on ......... pUalam. byla V
Her reference to the progrs of t M ....... Pye
work In Korea was wonderful. Fifteiam PlaosoL.the 10011t l W6W ha Bot ...... 1. SMO N IROt 5 lao favor 1 the Sn S9.
years ago it was dangerous for a mis- Pano le- el ayer&&- Mss Ubd Set ......L..LowW infavor l
slonary to Intavade Korea ten years n Mills 3ea DUndr ............ 1- t One 0 at rest euwemle-anses
ago the work of spreadiag the gospel f f hot Ns l MB OW ............. 1** about t igoe ise o of thee Aw- N
In that country really began. Then A large number of both ladie sad N= ... ..... ......... lot n l etrste 8e oo iS ngO Iv t em s*-
there were about 300 who confessed gentlemen were present and na apK Mis LIBaa ?haMW4......... ed In a sainte, an even temperature
Christ, now there are 160.000. and It sum was made whidi wmt go towards Mse. Magaret Wiker ...... I never soiled or smoked. Get your wte,
was really wonderful how those peo- OtWritte os Thi m w mother or sOte ws a tthemS ts
pie when told the marvelous story of ument istu mark the sI plac e Cam aut Number of Votes ssae ad Prtise Ak H. W. T
L'hrlst ad.his saving power, became thelConfederate dead at Arlingtont totaehes s pthem o Bl.
hsuneredfor.the precious promises hire. M .W._o DaV t -0110 0.310
contained tIn the Bible and become his Attorneys Hampton and Lloyd were Mm S gtMaW a tal Z Sa ft seo' .t, and Tar t a: -W. t
chmda. arguing an iunctloa caem before 4ik A go
he useto riftrred to the Christian Judge W. S. Bullock yesteWdaW. n ,It w. Sflaerm .Hale a 4* OWm i h
schools InstItst for the teaching of referred .to the acts of the Miss M.. e ?W1-rW %"ke-* qr ote ume. dra a -. a a h O.e '
thos people o t how. prosperous they eon9nm a *n 1 et Citrua I n l w a w!e & dragg4 and hild'-
tere. growth and the splendid work letting contraets for buidldg hard gin za3
there ,erne a sptpisilng. roads in exces oV the Wreges& dGoy.! Won
Ahbe Loudeod on the work In Chfina ed from annual taxation for that w M4- .t 1 I a___________
and Japan and said because of the pose. Col. Lloyd appeared for the . i ;. 1 777-'
work done in thO celestial kingdom, county conmlsfloners and Mr. RImp A 3
China could no longer be a closed door tol for the tazpasy elsamig the M lgi g tulmld, tlmX '' Sig MT
to Christ and nor could that nation county oomm-wtsnMers' ats were 1l- g
be In the future what it had been in le al and not sanctionead by law. The WO N f a aSa s A
the past. She said no sooner did a judge has the ease under advisement. Re.T. S taL-fi tD"
Chinese woman learn of God's pro* l through Ga vl ystra en:.
4_1 loue word than she discarded -the Mr. Lo pow ll e r Aotuoey. whro hoome.after -havingspent Sun- se Sun- seer ..a"-
k thought of the compressed foot, and now owns a latera te the couitin t ihe
tedto possess the natural toot. McDowell Crat & Lumber CO, at i
a toi a touching story of the ser- Oak, having purchased the ateaest of .t t I -
vissde a~wgnien in that heathen land, the estate of the late Mr. McDowell' 7'. w -14M *. .
Ifow old sM sought young wives, was te town today and reported aoe.e Wtz > O ^" Lp ;- a hB
*ifht years old. and when marked business conditlomo at the mlL Hae tR' -
their *sg WqM lived ever afterward said the mill business mAndMMae 5 5
ta prime No more of Gods of hia time mow. and that him eaxeis- s, L 3BLff

should may and for a man to have A"""

there was sue Chinee woman who at saic ste. thMs msse utk seat. lt t a w *t try the
spurred this custom or decree and st ha? SSeere at>SeeSipeesamfor e ng the
gloried Im the fact that she was sa Hrs. E.wa we ^h ,vi b a t irk. Stew ... ........ .
oldM l, m ade so beca she that hd boyad Mr. Tlhea' is nos case on e atew ...a...
beome a child of Christ sad propos- mow taxing the tiestmet for hyiTher to no Pae e,. ..fee-rt
ed to e i the treedom of her spirit- phobia. Mrs. Swet watt to Jack- *? j Halt-Mn aw J.

a L tn **U- Up t"" "c- the otner ave yas tM, to uc(A to
Sthis great work and sad with the ,he care of Mr. Swear father Mr. "m wu _my.lase o --
sam at hand, many of thoe heat N t ho -" h.-the-- "ia -leo T & i
eouotlu could be converted In ten TAX A RIO__ ,"- PNO0t .TAX
yea, it the effort was united and CoL A. P. Jordo *n*uoew" that, -
those enlisted In the cause were sup- sin ebe sm N a state eM Ial. which
plied with all the money needed by homer I thoemr hly deserve and w
those oI thn eld and those who could aW W"Y of r floost becoomingly ww, he has am-
be put Into them. m am-1a sV tte B the- 5N 1aelt
Sbe. then enumerated the great au theu&s fftelM AJ.M WS li emM to hf U M Marte
wealth eof our land. the value of our ecadeso of, a. Adrkb La Vem. e4 will cato 4. tta Pat
cotton crop: our agricultural pro-- he h l l n uho WW" t- pa,,.t ra.l.-..,t ,, _n 2a.- .
dcts. what w spent tfor whisky; for U T "ao W *a. % 2 Do"IMi frf 5 i
totaceo: for candy; for chewing gum. A. gfd..he* ...m.u -- *---- -1 AA dlay t. .-'.
ote. Of the Arst named she said It wa5? o.To woulM nt delay taking Foleys e 1 .
was 317 per capital per year for each hoMMe DytHOg. ht ag*8SrReI Yedy at the lrt sign of
a woman and child in the land. ems a whie m oft kidney or bladder trouble it youT r- Mrth
Yet ofor reign missions only 42 cents. NOWm that ayS em iste balised that neglect aaight resuM lt I ,
Think what aosuld o dbeone if evwry a* arr pses r tiem s 3fS Brigh os dipss or dieetes. :eys
woman would deny herself Just oSe -4 eSboard are gud marRomeo arsi-et lmwuitsu
item of neefteess wai agance& and TigepreiMy meanWN May atde bladder d- AN
this amount be given to foreign mis- e bea IS 1 msis, esUe,| 3MS-b V as druggists. .
s.oe0. Dce give i faf itil &&wak l. OoftaIth
Sbe touched felUcitousy on the mil- o tr lwvern'W W Ceytal ur Im 1M fat of winter vi- s
lifo of osed, intellectual people who P M Ues Te Wa ot ,lCrysti" iver
when the eaune of missions was plre- s at Ueavr, whF&neam o ls es sad "the e.ard i trade has
seated ad what could be done for s&Slcte have ai tmshe Sat f b'eeh gth a buadm frt. Thebo
the besighted of earth. It money was for a brief perio as thb hem asseM s r s- t 0 to hea i t. 1 t -
to be hadfror the cause, expressedtN 7l- .
Sintrest and sympathy, but wnevert gave o& mt om pm M a* *a* W i
a cout. Most of those raised the ob- oer- lea r_10- SOU" lop%
s toeta lkm ISu faNsmionary work, s"r Saw. t awn
became the ueeds at home were so fSer="'IWr eLmgeOS p t iM fyter lM te
eat sad that this was the Oeld Nti.* l r a e
wBA work bseold be dame, but who f -
e01em0y questioned am cornered, thseyMs a. asry e -s -me U m
had to admit they Seither worked or -g m atemm moesupe
gave at home for the house they o rto meo n ~ now 7cea
eloquently argued for. Thin argm- t f ator"aoft ad., and
meant was* a home thrst a test ~dfa4" to rt r
about, that left the coutoeder for 101me **apewtAwQup"A": igha thet-
miseson wok, who neither labored or *
Save S therk mease, prostrate at the 1_
aimsmet 4Seek. a"*011 -a d




The Only Ban Powr
Royal Grape m of Tar

Guarantee of Po W
.u .egi Fwd

We have just received from the
ankrket, TWO CARLOADS of the
best a&l-tmrpose horses and mules
tikt we have had to offer our patrons
f* a lotg time. These two carloads
embrace farm, turpentine and lumber
mules: trm horses. addle horses and
dylving horses: both single and In
pairs. The animals are all reliable
and we fully guarantee them. We are
always here to make good on any-
thing we sell you and are prepared to
sell you as cheap as any one In the
country. Come in early and make
your selections.

The third floor flat of living rooms
over the Star office Is for lent. Ap-
ply at Star office or to Mrs. e. Van
Have you seen the new visible FPy-
bJoles typewriter? I C. avis & Io

S %e Hhare at all times at our barns
e. West Broadway a lot of choice
boiaes and mules: good reliable, all
pirp Msteak, which we buy ourselver
and sip. dowa from the middle and
Wl If you need a horse
dowii^^|k-lde bo*ue. a farm
,ber- or It you ar tI the
". m bser at horses and
mules th i7 u ..a on us. We
ab.olt a~Aiuruste"o n1tc sold and
can 7-' tle Atot of te very
cleMet id~. We als arry ton stock
are quittee of eats and hey at the
lowest .mw ,lea.i

A4 S. m A CO. Oaie, PF.
1 V t

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af cub-t erelW.f .-.. =".-

T wee 41 arrivals at the Ocala
rein t mhe sttl lne at

Douse yesterday.

70 --A s-r-om .cota... ,.
ppl to Mm. 3. D. Fuller. ,i
Judge Be. wa eailed to -Deam-
lea today am Wprelall ba em.
Te. Rebaso went to Ocss lFj
yesterday ad wil extem i ttp to



Judge W. a ul In Cmbers weak OM the Campbel BoW*e int5 I a ,
this morningea'4e argtmeom in tiSl same bw i tI N A U
the case f the t men of Citrus atta
county agais t the pheph o.l* l MMs Le MleMa who a te a .l -- -
that couty Soadbag .the. laab 1rt' Mto lam- -,k-; -T -
noe their plAt with a ih an MAt- letterr Wke t drv t -
er. that bga sd? sa Wned U .Ar a waf te the aud divr.- t overg..
tae Tnhme -e, a ~.ibraQs asrou 7 me 5S Ot mouth atto .w.
of mewa talent n the ao4. k sam@'I the",the aenehy At assea
LO""d reprem"e the cattlwefb n# A& p aln seed whe t one i-
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NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS A large line of valetines and val- l
eatile post card Just received at the s
Owing to the fact that a fatal case Ne Company. BAPTIST SEWN I ;_.
of hydrophobia has developed in our Coup In--" .- 'ain .-
city, the owners of all dogs are here- Co n ey and get your choice Mr. 2. ea H! .'-. a
by requested to see that the dogs are of the large and co lee line of val- eateotaeE the de *
carefully musaled. A dogs running etmeas at the 0ela News Co. or the pd eme Wa
at !arge without muscles will be killed N-o .t w o i bem "e i
on s4gb. Str'warniast s -at ___!. 104 a,4. AWe o -- A d
S order of sm th eate r bl Filt a tr
JOHN D. ROBERTON. Mayr. W t Ca to viYit vi tVHri h-e.
FURNITURE OR SALE R.XC. Davis & Co.,o Jacksonvi
will sel any nake a second-hand
Pos sale in room No. 11 Merchant's typewriter Upo asay terms if desired.
block, some furnitureS and other Mr.L ou a naval stores op-
household goofd. I will be there r. val stes p a*
2 to 4 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday banu r laon, was at the Ocslk
for the month of January. I shaB be last ,-ot
pleased to have parties who deslde to
look at these article., call at hatm xAL tW w .a .1 _S_
time. 1-A ,t Margaretp oglet-. _1. *I g:p r M

All these who sbseirlbed at l eat Wda t w =alt her s o. ret uA.
state meeting of the W. C. T. U. Is ai t dap S tm b%- po*-w
November for a fund to .e-ate state a im fte is -.
prohibition, are noted to pay the -ft pelst O9 pa0er a two WDpa MAs
amount pledged at that meeting to A iNee5 vWry east. gradf t rl at-1
Airs. IL C. Paekhm. Who was u-. ts at'V~ A ., .
thorised to receive and receipt for
said pledges. A. J. fnow Is the delegate epresent-
lan the ectra lode oft Maeons at
Captain W. L. Ditto, who attended the gr ad lede In Jacknaeville. W vE
the Daughters' silver tea yesterday CHILDEN'.
afternoon, was so struck with the ad- NOea&ya a I a Lasera Me two Ow t D. X.
mirable manner they conducted same perames at the Postoeice Drug-.. -MA_ ... ..
he was led to exclaim, If you want or .
anything done and well done, give I OtaeR ooh : to it as M a
to the women to do." Mr. W. Martial left tmhi after- 1:0 to p:* p. Uk Optkial e.. .. .a.._ ....
aeon ter Jaetonville to attend to Ibhmotory. reoam s an' Gary Me'. -ow
All prescription filed at the Anti- some matters of basihese. a *
Monopoly Drugstore are fled by r Oo M . I
4rugs and chemicals guaranteed under Miss Leta Camp returned home and Martin O'DeBomubr tem .m
the Pure Poad Law. They.use qulbt' yesterday from a visit to her sister, north stopped at the Ocala H,-ue
chemicals, sguaratee No. 7s; also ,Mrs. . Armatrmgs Bavannah. yesterday on their way to Welredale
Pasrkse tavis C.'s laboratory dra to the waterN -
none equal guaractee No. Always Mr. Mal U sskhaOm retmed to the -j___________
the beat, the matte 'n rsity ofori p a yesterday to re- *' -
Attorneys Coauler & Devant, prom- .
Ient barristers from Broaksvlle. In- 70R SAA--Ma w. boy ad wag- -. .
terviewed Judge W. I& Bullock iAn o. Address Batr, Zaber, nor.- .
thambers yesterday. Idsa. 1-13-*si- .1w
Send as your preecription bwtanes. Miss Mattle Howell, a verypretty 10 W 25 k TH JA i at the
We are thorer h par sesol to andle 'yoqa lady frool ueoburg. Is the guest art
it. Tydinga & C. of Mrs. C. a. Sage. .i l
.-H- Ide attd his ather.n .- r. diward H*r senrt hi deem t- a*fdel" /
law. J. w. Williams, of Ohbl. were inMa Crytal w, ver After today .W eposI a Ma lp a ane wo
orand to 4 loin iinr .. r,. betto ta uset Soaey tat wee
years ago was eae of the lIve rae -
w o ."as- A op ted. with he Oea News Ompapy baa the 7
Wit Sparr ta the vflage of the same arrt ad meat up to de muse of Mapg
sawM this euenty. Later Mr. B. re- vaiestits a"d valentine post cards .
ted adadidsome more orange wbu- tnn do.wt. tHI.0
lag and shipping. r. y.. .

ify o oux a and, La eMart"wo vuW r etwives& Ocfat for a rM s a *IE .-
e and Ie lmefnet o ft* a". 3tm owm l--ft ,i"sa dav
Ieitfnes at the Postoftce Pro* ,t- -ays and atived se mhin e Oary e e ma ae-7 ea t F h Fil g
Sore. ,*tumst at the Methedlft asorchy 6 maS
10r. H. Pmlsngtop. of .Savanna', NM X 8. 1n of Cbleman. who haaS
arrived In town a few days ago and 1 3vitifte1"01a114relatives
expect to sbat hi home ID thi04 city. a"M1r1 here for several days. re-
the Coim l arbersiop te t a _. __ t
Otla OW Mr.P"lgt Is a Oa W. frie d Peter L Duieoe i T ----- to-aj
aplend -worta and was for a long a ern ager bigu rnt n the"- ..
time with Mima & Stewart, a ru r esIn Tprtto ri nheT a
vannab. He will movew ist family to b w ig r ho. a A L l

"&i tb A Nhola aP* a 1s
we hav a mst e ute ver Ow bla a ,ly he t Mr. PIANO TUN O.G -
..fany gIedc Ins W e Ia o y"- -" Sr" of. s GfiYeasta-
-h ..-tf ',~ r any music teaceri o caa. ay A3 -
Mr. O~s, tr Ufadrik ~nt. FIM SU T-fSeven room house in 002A. M.J Lt-ed Show 1-S- Sow
was a sier Intowntoday. seond ward; hot and cold water. Ap- "
wsaply to box 55, or Miss Margaret Peace O l iy.
Cal t% and see the pretty line of at Rheinawer's. i-S-tf tFOR RN S OWU
ftaney Imported China that we are Th ,. w i In. the thlla e tie FRESH HAD OT
esl& te* emU .. Tsa AStss 's aW a nse edw FnUm . to tAh int f -sa

SThe Polk euaty (tir held hat .- id Mr. Mtaa's fath er Js goa.* a- l
by an4 a.turdv at Lekebad was aO laetsensuNe. ag ggsl gg IH
pronomeed -ese asd it is -ro-edj -s ^- --* N' "--
by the oi Of ethater & .arsin ~ We have a assuaqsp O bre we ege's

Neard a l som ah oL as theDica. Twies AMhme A

perfumes at 'ths Dragsf. Mrsa Drag- i'. an MIa: el m eo n 35 1. -:e: YNO ga

Freak Trurer, the Baly Piu huatNs* In a proimaent lthta g .; as

for a splendid bin. Mto Oca twenty year. ag. :.
we carry the best line at toilet a?- Mrs T. U. Mai. and family e- wa ,
tietels. aons, perfumes, etc., tI the occupy balf of the apartment houe
alty. Corne in and beo eeviasL' T- NeoerectedlM by Ms Wm. trder g

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