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 21, 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: VID03069
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
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Office Over Munroe & ChAubiss'

I Mr. J. B. et spearnetine,
was at the R NK ea* 'Teeday.
Citra a s helI toW Imnproe very
apdplty new. J r. MtU.e ha bought
oo. has aha boiu. is repair-
ing now, a Mr. e& a WY
.added .4atUy to O- Ib Mal by im-
preving the 3 Mal n Rumor eys
several proamlneat b&mlme are weat-
lag to move here ut no homea. Why
d4 asw some of oar cttlams bael a
eow house to Mat.
Min JasW'eby of taland Grove,
vlated here aday.
T. The Redingh OCdO at with bMs.
William Thuvuar *1t tor the par-
Tle praram wa about, but is o-

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Toamee_ Aaberitmn fix6 fsedy
o CaNarme, t Powe he Was shot
Whi*e lOwn a Layo a
Nasbrhville. Jan. 2L-Puble laterest
In the eases of Col. D. B. Cooper.
Robta Cooper aad John D. Sharpe.
Indicted for the murder of former
United States Senator ward W.
Carmack, Is tntense. The prominence
of the parties involved, the collateral
Issues and croee-carrentm In the t-
mos cawe combine to ive promise
of one of the most noaule arminl
trials that has ever tsae place In
etate Had seB y d hmed
A Mrst-clem s e. sets wae espams
here yesterday whoft R tbet e e-
erally known that the pueadi...
-am t e had the mea Nomur
body exhumed a" ms a pii held.
The precutiottn 'realised the apert-
anme of datermnlab Jat what course
the ballet whiheb eded Carmaews life
had taken. The matter wa attended
to secretly. several men In company
with the proseenutng attorney going
to the Carmack plot In the cemetery
at night and secretly exhuming the
To Show That He woas Shot In Bok
-The object of this was to make It
.N to the Jury that will bear the
evidence that Carmack was shot In
the back while he was In the act of
rnlsing his hat to a yonag lady of his
acquaetaince as they met In the
street This lady wil be hatiduJwd on
the wtne stand and will be one of
the moat important witnesses for the
Cooper het to Prett His Father
Young Cooper acknowledges shoot-
ln. Carmaek In the hack, but he
claimed at the preliminary hearing
that Carmack had already fired one
ahot at Colonel Cooper, and that he
shot the senator'aI the back in order
to rrotect his tlther from deasb.
The trial commenced this morning
mind Is presided over by Judge Hart of
the criminal court. Ah side will be
vepreented by a formidable array of
o V).nL,"O ,

I have had -sev yweara proo
hiat Dr. I-te.aNw lleoowary ia the
bet qeaklo to taba tfor coughs and
eam for wvery e Cme eoMEs-
a*t threat cahatl or aM .," awar
V. Bory, or Paisa. M. The
wood has had thirty-elght year of
~prof that' Dr. eaiWs New ianson-
ery Is the bet remeft for coughs sad
*M, Isrpippe, f hMayr fever,
brecitta, hbaHribage of tpe, hoags
ad the early agwee e oo- tpdo .
It. tshear se always pmwmet61e-
velopmeNt -fp wema.@I'-- Said er
eearantee 'at a em guaes. etad
$1. .Trial bottle fu
I. r w

N. Mampte PfttlM has returned
uus #lisPaOWlime mabh delighted with
baer t
154. J. W. C seby wlet down to
Oeate.* 3day..
3rt.. I Cx left for her home
Iriy. NHr pauret, Mr. and Mrs.
.- & Wanmaan, teompsaled her as
Me eva J bee of Reddick visit-
ed her *eire here meaday.
.Mr. .L A. Ivey had sea-In-law, Mr.
Faank Oe.g of Branford, were In
Citra Tuesday looking after their In-
telrest here, and egitered at the
iaqddlt Homae.
Mi L J. Steele left Tuesday to
vYit Mr. Stee at ranfoud for a few
I .. M..5. A Crumble, a traveling man
of A ai, -was at the Redditt House
Ca. a 3C carerv 4astteamg moert
at Genehric SMi. week. Mrs. Car-
son to la JIicae
Mr. a-ftza 5. .N. Crutchield, who
have hen a he several weeks, left
Rev. 1. N. ftheMege..f 1t-L B

were at the assedH Hemse Tues-
day on thsfr way f Pfle' where Mr.
Msa. j .ret.mme to her horni
lat 1ma h-a( sam)pF. Mra. Not-
tage, lter, *me wit to Key
Tret to -e hae imenae.

Wwpauft & aw*eekand chealt
Ow thass a" urcmud
whi.ave umeged the wea
aW* a 1 -01, mmu
Audawgltby hmaI us
vu emstmsiac eb
Abef o om we umatftued
SM&OW matowes, aws,
A job let ot the beamue
Raft bere by lauta Claue.
2%e webily horse.aalWle.%
aw tmaly lo the awsoe
Whom onlyIMPgwe sLimI*4
Tb. 4Is b itvaewed
The twtible Cba
1w ISUPehlmg a 04t.
Tb. jumm~ Jacmk ISway
As& am-wae bejw.
An mare- thm hellthe tarNW
Are mt erdyiwtbe 4VMP
Yb. ~ d wam y
AmA syoftot of tmrns
saw theiwbtty eaMPOalean
,UWemeA&. im esom
A"nwthe deeta Imhest10
To ea" lbw the"" dI.m
,Abvu* Me tukay lees.

We oea t one hmueaed r d'atI r*
ward for any cam oft .I
cannot be umed M bV
P.1. OheiMer A (1
We. the tmde l
F. J. Ceney for the bt. U yine
and believe him perfectly etgoamgU
in all business transactlonm and I
clally able to carry out any oblige-
tions made by his arm.
Wladin, Kanaa & ares,.
Whoatemtrgists, Toled, 0.
BaB. cat ce Cm r tak !s.t$
naly. etna 4rectf uppa ta.*
m=e iMaeo surfacee orf the
Tetltsonlats fru. Price eato per
bottle. "old by alI druajlta. ab
Hairs FamiUy Pill. frog e r lilU

Owint to the JtOt. thiA *%
of' hyd-Upblwfatte 4evel
city, the owners of alt .n re m re-
by repeated to uee tht the 4 g aea
careftl- mlme& All d rp aIt
at !arge without mssle winl e kied
on Mxbt. Pair warning!
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wqrad ha way toWard the back 4ol.
. he.bese p the amthsaw ulJ
fnd how ec the pItfeab but e .
eaip i him ts Unow ooal dasgur w e Vtoa
The cat appeared to be clear, aa4 be w Tmi g
wt ,rward with more rsdoumtse -ea ti"na -r AM o fan.
-iu "Mdewly trala the eorem, he CHOICE fRUIT
elm r sight at eacsed hMs bloo everyone knows wO hne the I;to
to rim cd"M and oar prices am -the seet remeM7a
S"What w t*-a bulldog or a a W hie, because we hbay -o afkmia Mr. L
wf aatDouat buy OtW y a
IdeZ ft was a saw satd a eaw- writq us-then me ym FI R- m-6
WIC484 a cord f wood.' meniL W amaat eervytein E l
-. gLa
As a aurter. S& .LUMOSf
Te pfohmear says that a sman can e
Rem to be 10 years of as If he wvl -m e Me
fM1. WKUtbes" d t"h -Um U W. AIMA may a It rt f l s to
mi.lilnvftB bm his -book. ek- _: lw
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Editor 0a GsOMssa Mamage'r
aw "diot and Oviinesumt -lW

The Star had a pleant call Wed-
meeday afternoon from H. B. Jefries.
on of the editors of the Washington.
(D. C.) National Tribune, a paper
that visits every county in every
state in the Union. Mr. Jeffries is ac-
companled by hls daughter and son-
nl-law. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moore,
of New York City. They are In Vior-
Ida to view the state and become ac-
S nslated with Its possibilitibs. Mr.
Jeftles has been all over the United
Skates and Mexico, having run papers
la different states and in that way
S become acquainted with our old news-
paper friend, W. I Pabor. one of the
founders of Greeley. Colorado, and
whom Mr. Jeffries thinks one of na-
S tae's nqblemen. Three years ago
Bef dtor Jeffries spent a winter in the
Manatee section of Florida. several
mies south of Sarasota, and became
so enamored of the country that he
chopped down. dug up and planted two
S aeres In orange girrove and Is going
down this trip to view his lovely pos-
S salons. Bdltor Jeffries was a iol-
d r In Company D. D th regiment of
mInsylvania Voluzteers, under Col.
ry. afterwards General Gary and
governor of the state of Pennsylvania.

Rev. C. C. Carroll received the sad
mws yesterday that his little nephew,
aged eight year% In Texas, was suf-
fering from hydrophobia. Mr. Carroll
telegraphed to certain the condition
oe the child and the reply stated there
was little hope of Its recoery.

Ateordbia to a statement from Mrs.
Cummer, of Jacksonville. who had
charge of the sale of Red Cross
stamps in tlerida, Jacksonville led
Sthe list Of Florida cities In the sale
S e the stamp, with Ocala second, $79,
lne-ville third, $10, and Tampa
Mtourth. $39.-Tampa Tribune.
The Grand Lodge of Masons is hav-
In mg a grand time in Jacksonville this
"~ week dedicating Its $140,000 temple.
Over S3" delegates and visitors are
present and Marion has representa-
tives there from St. Johns, Electra,
S Fbrt McCoy. Belleview and Ocala.

Deputy Sheriff W. E. Hutson located
a chicken thief early this morning in
a hut In the rear of Mr. H. A. Faus-
etrs store. The thief. Joe Williams,
'' colored, had stolen from Mr. Lopez
and the picked fowl was found In his
possession. Further investigation dis-
closed the fact that the loft of the hut
was used as a storage room for the
feathers he plucked from lifted chick-
S ens. Williams was handcuffed, put in
a buggy and while being driven to the
city attempted to make his escape by
Jumping from the buggy, but his cap-
tor was on to him in a flash afd now
he la safe behind the bars.
The Knight & Wall Hardware Co.,
of Tampa. celebrated It. 2ith anni-
versary of bulne s9 life Tuesday. Over
.5W people canled to pay their re-
spects. There was music, refresh-
anets and a free ticket to the Or-
pheum Theater. It was a very proud
day for this successful and growing

We note the city council of Jack-
sonrille proposes to restrict the num-
ber of its saloons. Here is another
outrageous stab 4t personal rights and
the buildIng up of a liquified trust.
F rom what the open door ones say
V about the liquor Interests in Jackson-
ville, we can't see how they could
have too many of these town builders.
Mr. Thomas Hoopes of Westchester.
Pa. well known in this city, passed
through town this noon on his way
home from Brooksville. where he has
been Inspecting the company's hard
wood plant.

Bam Pylee, who has been connect-
ed as salesman with the Melver &
MacKay store, for several years and
du,. ring that time has been studying
the embalmigt and undertaking bust-
ess under Mr. Alfred Owen, will go
to New. York City this summer to take
a course ef studies in the embalming
school of that city.

F. E. Vaughn, representing a North
Carolina furniture house, was In the

city today Interviewing the trade.
Among the guests at the MonteZu-
ma yesterday were '. H. George. of
Branford; R. IL Petteway. Etna: W.
0. L uman. Sparr; J. W. Davis Sum-
merfeld; H. Is Bethea and 0. M.
Orfftn. Jacksonville.
Isaac Perkins, the famous Nimrod
across the Oklawaha, was a business
caller In town yesterday and said he
had been sueassaful this season in
1alarg same.
Sheriff W. M, Law. of Brooksville.
waa In town .yesterday after a color-
ead criminal and returned hgme with

Messrs. Mclver & MacKay. who
have Just finished a sewerage well for
Mr. M. J. Roes at his Oklawaha av-
Seas redece, took their Wlor mm-
e to the Ocala Iron Works for re-
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Tampa is all agor again this week
ove tai pw-trial of Mrs. A. Psaulme
Palmer lr the kUlng of her bthuand
last summer. The eout room has
been crowded with excited Istenern
S hea -the thrilag'story of the kil-
ma much evidence that Is un-
* inehaths

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i iar ofr Vete
M l Mael aemraftm.. .. .... ". S4
i Vsa ame .. .. ....... 144

all m' C o .... ..-
Msla e =etthr ........
wi a r0ft4-m ............,%!
Mism carries. K ht ............ LU
imi Mattle PFles ........... 'M
MUm Annie Lale Parry .....
Mis Marlowe ... ............ 1.1A
Miss ice Yomugd ........... A
Miss Rita Knight ............. L.M
UMss Mattle SPyley .......... US
Miss Marlowe .... ...... 1,14
Mis Clfford Pyle Me .......... 1M
Mtise Cisa Daser ........... ,M
Miss Tome Mtanle ........... ,
Misl Mary PeFUpe U,
Miss 1anale Maea og ........ 1W
Miss m dna Dozler ............ I
Miss Voles Milter ............ UI
Miss Mary PhlUps ........... 1M
MIss Ullman Thagard ........ Ul
Miss Margaret Walters ...... LoW
Out of Town
Candidate Number of Vetes
Miss May Bell Rutland. Rutland 46,7*
Mrs. J. W. Davis, Summerleod 468
Misa Mary Gal. Be, leview.... x0j
Mrs. Mary Bevlle, Bushnell... 268O
Miss May Reddltt. Citra.... .. 34,M
Mrs. W. H. Bckley, Weiredale UN
Mias Nannie Perry, Pedro.... JMa
Mss Tillie Pasteur, Manto .. 7.415
Miss Mabel MeLain, Candlr.. 7.=
Miss Mamie Thomas, Mclatash CM
Miss Dora Morrison, Gaiter ... ,15A.
Mrs. F. I. noa, Flmasgtom. &,12
Miss Ruby Walts, Orange Lake..Sa S
Miss Louise Trhmble, DbInnellon 4 U6

The following from the principal of
the Bartow schools will apply with
equal force to Ocala:
January 14, I9g.
To the Patrons of SummerUn In-
Dear Frleeds:-The mid-term ex-
aminations were held Monday na"
Tuesday, January 11 and i, respeet-
tealy. Every effort was made to have
thorough examinations In all Subjects,
and no cheating was allowed it pOe-
sible to prevent it We are streNlagS
thoroughness abd honesty above all
A larger number of pupit thas L
usual failed to make the pasMatg
mark. Such pupils have fobr months
more in which to make up their de-
ficlencies. Will you not carsfully ex-
amine your children' report. note
their failings and commend their good
grades? Then, won't you consult with
your teacher as to the best mnasa of
bringing up the standard of your de-
ficient children?
If your children failed don't blame
your teacher too quickly. We know
we have many weaknesses, but so
have you. Before condemning the
school and the teachers, east up ac-
counts witif yourelf, and see flirt how
many time& you have had a kindly
and helpful talk with those children
of yours about their school work. Also
cast up how many t meD yo have
needlessly kept them out of school
and, seq how many hours yoSu Mhav t
these samme childre ftfritter awy in
the afternoon and at night, wben they
should have been studying. In other
words, have you been indlffrert?
Most of those who failed, failed be-
cause they had not done enough work
at home. Beemoan modern eondItles
of education all yU want to, and sil
your spirit away 'r a ok tme
time schools If you have a mind to,
but the* tact remains that your boys
and girls especially of .the upper
grades, will never advaafe very rap-
idly and will never make irir gsod
grades unless suck boys and girls
study a t dest out of school hours.
And let m~e ay'that this study can be
done to a large extent by your child
alone if you will Cu10 It to be doMe.
In conclusion, I plead for eoepera-
tion all along the line of sAthol work
both In study and discipli e. Ove It
to us. and our school w il eaittaue to
be one of the best In the state.
R B. Haufaker, Principal.


Washington, D. C, Jan. W L-Patly
cloudy tonight and Friday.

VhWt A&b Taal
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DO yoa feel w14 k2re 4dopmi
have frequent hadadmeW, d OateWleNge0
bitter or bad tafst la inrlags, "iart-
burn,' belching oit ga acid rdlp IA
throat after eatiag, umaMBah gaw
bumr, fol breast, di y0 peer 0
variable appetilk meus a at 4m 10 d.
kizared symptuois?

The'Golden Medkal DeoevryMaIs
a patent medical or mst uaueurm, a
te Ast l a at i ma

haMS-formlg drags. It bs a ld xtraie
ade with pura. triphe-relmed giyeareal
s pre. Beagth, frm tae r e Blf ta

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Nashville, Jan. tL-Over the veto of
Governor Pamereoa, both houses of
the legislature yesterday pase se-
ate bml No. 1 which prohibits th a.. e
of intoxcatir liqoras -Wim& tour
miles of any school hapae n 1tp I
ease and Is'n1 e*Aet tat-wide ps
hibition act. It .bepqsr. .ethw
July I next. -
The bill to prsbMt te l*agttre
of lntmedr*tleg iquorq in "neee
after January I next. ~ias t R lben-
ate yesterday and roba"will pass
the house tofy.


Many am OOala Neaheldw Will Pead
Them so
To have the paias and aches of a
bad back remieded 4o be entirely tree
from awmoyltg, dangere s uninary
diseases is enough to make any kid-
me sufferer grateful. To tell hew
this great change can be brought
about will prove comfortila words to
hundreds et Oeala readers.
Edward Oravler, vtng aon Lemon
street, alatla, Pa., says "Por sev-
eral months my back had been caus-
ing me considerable misery. I also
had a lameness aerees my lolna and
there was a dull aching through my
kidney region, -lmost constantly. It
was hard for me ,walk and when
I oat down seor. a tis Wllie I would
beoomae so esti that 1 was only with
a great diffUty that I was abl. to
thing, suarp t ings would patrolo'
my loins, a4 WA" MS. b,.-saaist
miseryy, I -ad ftl .hea. f Da's
Kiney: 'i l,1. U1" ,iyjrocAred a
box. Their us, the lameness
and soreness and made me fed ten
years younger. If my Orco n atIO
will b6 the means of bringing relief to
any persons suffering from kidney
trouble, you are welcome to use It."
Plenty nore proof like this from
Ocala Wp th VARgP 1ylafgs A Co's.
dgstre *f Wat nkal*M r utonm-
m'sr report. no
FPr sale- b dMl dealers. .P1 le o
cents. Pcster-MURam c., BaDefe. N.
Y., sole gets' for a Uvalted States.-
Remember she nsm rDean's--4an
take ot fw.

Albany, N. T., Jan. -L-The senate
assembly in oina sesson yesterday
formally declared Ztlhu Root elected
United States senator- for a term of
six years to succeed Thomas C. Platt.

Is or should be worried when the Ut-
tle ones have a cough or cold. It
may lead tocroup or pleurisy or
paneumaia-th-e to something more
serious. Ballard's Horhound Syrup
wMi cure the trouble at once and pre-
vent any compecatlm. Sold by the
Anti.Momopoly Drugstore.
I will be at the following places, on
time speeified to relieve tax returns
for A. D. 1909:
No. Fruaery






E mamees != -JM. I-7

Martel It, a. a
Cotton Plmat 1 p. m.
ReldtvRl0, 3d. 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Dunmellon, rd.
onomeo, 4th. 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
BMltchton. 5th. until 3 p. m.
Keadrlck, 8th, a. m.
Martin, ath p. Um.
LIwell, 9th, a. U.
Reddlck, th. P. m.
Falireld, lth, am.
Irvtine lth. p. m.
1Ulemington, 11th, a. ph.
Central, 12th, a. nL.
Geiger, 1,th. p. m.
Mcnltoaf, 13th.
Shady. 1thI -a
SOlanto. 1th, p. m.
BuBeview. 10th. -
Pdiaod 17th, a m.
eAVOmeal 7th, p. m.
ammerel ISMth. a. .
Candle. at A m.
Oklawa, .19th, p. u.
atklak. 20th, a. a.
Wdrsdala 20th p. a.
Lbaadale 28d, a. am
Moss BNO 23, aK m.
lmnne, 24th, 8 to 10 a. m.
GrabamvlBe, 24th, It a. m. to

Conner., S1t, 2 to S p. a.
Chu'rcha. th, p. a.



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11am Howard& at gA. y pmaf
that hao wMO at
"-en the ,eldsia eel ent ttm dela aa
ed him preumkentelect,, that a.s such
n ist a 1It by rt ad has S.... e
lived where he.was bern all h pre s
IdentlalIit.s B
Ten thousand Augsatana caianhed -
their claim wit- A mighty shout ot I c -
approval, which e as repeated Malgat- O &"Of t "ht t
and again as Major J. C. Black. sald A k *cIi *= tMa4te ". 6
maBy other compIhmentary things of seen cut on the pot, a direction at
Taft, In preetinag him to the mass, w rersW of that In which I was _it
meeting assembled around the same ag. Tea milse artber O t t.,
stand from which McKinley spoke 4 Aas PSS t- tt .M
more than ten years ago. w.asIM S wsloolaking 1 .it bs :
Turning his attention to the politf- ias eotM tt niharviha
cal phase of his visit South, Mr. Taft eat the ho f tbo a
was Anot. he said, a excited as oone moam a m lpeent mliTn. I dd
seemed to be about the effect. "U atIhlng fr the a at m
convince the Slouther people that this to, eh at 0 re .ak d tsrmisnb
adMmlahtrUato is as much concerned Oa h way I ,ad te t a eargt.
with the welfare of the people of the
South." he said with emphasis, -as it n a mi th
is with the welfare of the people of, the e tbooate ,OW A
every other section.. I have accsm- hI..i : -
plished all I can hopge to. VoeWs atd M m A% a dh t h;
political matter can take cam et M agt. I WaM M tl
themselves 1 ,g a
At a banquet-at the "Tsrrace,P a ast V the aal
big hb I acrIwgte rivet. last alght,. yat .. -. La
disiatuhed mI of Oe#Elia n mil lmang o a D mie wt
tOu&altilinaM wre s brgt gethl g f t wa g al t towg
er. John D. Rockefeller met. t, a
tienre. last night. -

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&e to tom theA'M" omy
i fna d [ Clevea A lLe lail M &0rh

*%P *Aathmca to Banta a a
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eNadi Js tpny .
was hel yeteAy. Reports of the glmlMa lt o eliIWasI S hgl
officers were msad, showing the bl- tto- me one as. *Bw4~20
ness for the past year, which was en-so els. '
tirely satisflcto: to the stockholders, ." '"" else arrived? I eu d *6
and there were hanny expressions of sym carf U m t t wf ~
appreciation of the work done by the f" tUL I a.dBr "., -5C.r +'T
officers. -: the pesno who bad m a. e .
The usual semf-annual divident of Mote' so I AettiW&.hel*6ti .
5 per cent was ddelared and will be wh.oev .alt .be.. t "
disbursed to the stockholders. Direc- wa a hoa e Mar whe the lis-t ar .,
tore for the enasuig year were elected bol had bee cuat,. ad 4 took a o
as follows: W. W. Summer, W. F. there, watching aRay frtep y w W
Coachman. i' Allford. L. Cov- dow -r widle attia a lb Ofeh.- I
ngton, C. W Dee, W. J Ke. e D tea et t at I ah ial
H. McMllan, D. It. eNpil, C.- & -
Rogers, 'W. J, Hflnan A. 8. aLb- as- 4t I
bard. FA I. Sweat and j. c. 4a,, k''

mists of W. W. ummer,W. F. bachk- a ub W
man, W. J. Hinman, C. B. oersgw and o 1 '
W. J. Kelly. At meeting of the dl- 0- i ssn. .
reetors bed Munatety after theh bes ay watesh a t 4mpls I .
stock.holdei' g, others for the the rad. I was t the yatd at -t A--
ensuing year were elected as follows: time cleaning my revolver. As usual,
President, W. F. Coachman: vice pres- upon s"elng any oae approach I kept
Idents, W. J. Kelly, D. H. McMillan, my head beat dowm, trat'B v L t0 "
H. L. Covington, D. R. McNeil and trd. 'B m: ""' ; '
J. c. .Lttter secretary, G. Tren.-Ii lt
holm; treasurer, lee Taylor. -. Hemade no ecrt -
Many Httle ylvds have been saved by S
FPley's Honey and Tar for cough B r Q&blM
colds. croup and abotplag cough. It whgif the &'e uIBlI m at .
Is the only saie-reamedy for nsfants a ta, hoWe of thi a '.,
and children as It sastalas no epIatOa wt pI* th circle and a -
or other nam ~tc drugs, and ch ld- t gma wad roes
ren like Folte% s4e1 y and Tar. Care- S I b cj& ". wlth 0
ful mothers beepL bottle Ia the house.
Beram srwstitaten. ADM by dre 3ssiEt
rower .--a- -. i

Physialctor 1 0 R W > Sio>mily r- his h ,
ciapesalores tmtaa 11a iftb* O W &but 9lat JO

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No.pl65. The saove price reprints the Mggb Nur. Mea .
Mery Bargain offered. The a about 10,000, bin party who owns smae h to s t" .. m. A e -**
devote. Will sell at price quoted; oue-haft dowa, balance otM ta Tau *o e ln. at tha e 00. ei s M
in one year. Party can pay bamk a trees ae sm oK cw ,--t he as W o w,

SCREDULK. eeti ases r a wan asnt ed e aif. ___ a r .
30,000 trees now ready for market, worth O2 to 40c each. '. a CEoe ECuber wn.
70,000 coming in soon of seedling orange and grape o be0 i1
fruit. Balance of rough lemon, to be budded. Mr. D. Mesas of Gainesville is at have heard by yesterday llauifs
the Oeala House. and if he did not hear to t UBgga*
This is an opportunity seldom offered to a man with )r,. C. crom went to o mnese w. e a t w1i 4
small means, and will pay for itself in a year or two. sodefy on bus ee.ts.v s w-
ACTATONCE o.2.- t .tatif t- ,me=.
Mo MACT AT ONCE ad Johnson, the mill w tydeo
and turpentine men of Martel, were dy u. reeelved a teWksgr
In the city today. noon stating that the uattle w aB
Call or write, A large e of valentine ad d S a
etine post canis Just received at the l No Was t" OW
Marion Realty Co. O N ci
sl the only brother of Rev. C. C. Car-
w Mr. J. W. Ward. Jr- of ] City. roll. Mr. B. H. carrolis on the staff
Was In town today a few how*s and of the Houston Chronicle.
Box No. 517. OCALA, ISA. lfn a nioon ror JAANOvmPe,.
1L C. Davis a Co., or Jaclksonvnile. CAUGHT A GANG OP TH- -..
wl son any make of second-hand -
FLORIDA CHAIR aPACTORY typMwrt a sasy tuerm if Yesterday afternooss Mr. ^tlM
*spassauravive uses auWest of Mr. L A. 9
Mr. Jr. FIatk wmidal, o- ae .. a M. r. lCak a-t to
vale, arrived at the Oeual o1eu last wd e Ask. t
night and will pead S week Is t1 ses
eity. Mr. bwedal s m tenin t ohe Nw is th tie to tm year ge
lorida Chair* eactory. tveli ever aem. We have au kines at suciam a ot
the state and has a spread Mle ot ged for ftg pleanig. ?ydlMg w e. Tgw Whi W ig6"
samples of his factor's products an a to
display In the store room mext door Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Moore and two Ia tou te ltM`a
to the W. 1u. Tel. C's. office. In the children of ew a"rk. are gueets of the o W. ho Hut"on. who boo ad
Ocala House block. Mr. SwImal will local tlloRen. Deputy W. Xe Htsond. awhoupe
call oR you and show you the ad- In the me. Be found a couple at
vantages of hisgoods -and the attrato Nea and La Laerne. two new Mr.s_ P& Ae er and a
lye price. exhibiting malay handmade pertumee at the Po~totfee Dre g b A p M t
photographs of chairs of which he has Sore. to t ... M moed,
no samples wltb him. Mr. Swi'dl ea Te ma was trid l1"1esei.b
would rather you ell on him at the Rev. T. J. Nixon wil gso to at. Johns two 1 a gaivLn f"' scath
We hare just received from the sample room, but if not convenient to church saturday to bold quarterly Ja aThae ars oft t is s wSo a ,
market.'TWO CARLOAIDS of the do so, will be pleased to call at your conferene_ his e a J" gWlylr.! e,' "d
b t tote arrest. ., of -'^ I S 4
best all purpose and mules home or place of .es. to tcas es .oftim mg. m n a
th-at we ave had to offer our patrons One pe 1 t o af er. ad t p s ettl Mrsel me yw ul. t l
for a long time. These two carloads FURNITURE FOR iSAL a efveonpee wery bent grade, fr ed with robMas mdpmses at sta" w CHiL. 'iRt i
embrace tCrm, turpentine and lumber cents at Tyda" & C ILg ckoth, meIsy sal Jeity. Mr. It rb
mules: ftrm horses. saddle horses and FPo sale in room No. 11 Maerlhant's Hutson recovered ome -of the O w ~ ~u 01 ofe s
driving horses: both single and In block, some furniture and other J. W. Crby( the turpentine man- some Jewelry and other aBrtAa *0r *!
pairs. The animals are all reliable- household goods. I will be there from ufatuer returned today from a trip them on tohe man's '" ill wI be
and we fully guarantee them. We are 2 to 4 p. m. Tuesday and Thursdays to Jacksonville. td m orr .
always here to make good on any- for the month of Janary. I shgell be TsW am 1 bae wS lAi._. siw
thing we sell you and are prepared to pleased to have parties who desire to Neuya aMd Ia Lauiserne, two new Mr. B. C. Hood, the farmer sa" a de et O Sm ati. **ej
sell you as cheap as any one in the look at these articles, call at that perfumes at the Poatoefle Drug. truck of O rd.ea amup this 1- asad to idlei lme i ..
efistry. Come in early and make time. 1-18S-3t Margret aget. o moon to meet his flead and relatives. Ill tem. .
you* selections. Mr. Peanda Terrl, at Lainus ga.. WKav. 4V K
Respectfully. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY P*ed Vogt went down to Crystal who arrived last almia am wo ae-,
TOMPKINS. COBB & NICHOLS. River this afternoon to be gone until comPiay Mr. H .o hosmq for a- Vi IL
Take "LAXATIVZ BROMO Qlle S~aturday. Mr. Terrell Is a very preminsat ater-
T ak e L A X AW < ^ L Q ui i n aa L a e y of th e ch*r e S ta t e & N OlW L a
fTablets. refoVa money sK it Ay Od tre s a
CITY COUNCIL COMMITTAEES fas to a re. I. W. GROgV trie- Odm oney-t bu, and wag- leading hand in the pSlties i' the
S eaon. Address RL Baxter, uber, Flor- state, Mr. Terrell ome years a
Followlig are the committee as tIds. 1-9l-dw-lw married Miss Manle Harris who 111 ,26S It ,. S2
appointed by President J. M. Meffert as a child lived in Ocala and is re-
ofd taley counUa: Mr. and Mrs eo. I. Taylor are ea membered by our older resMdents Mrs.
mM--H. IN 8toles, hairmanu AN those who suabserted the tr~-talah .'Mi. A. laolSek and TerreWs mother was a dagte A9, MI A. m Aan mi
L W. Duval, X. T. Relvenston. state meeting of the W. C. T. U. In elhldrea at e haAt. athe late Dr. II C. pot. Mow a eo$ t*, C. who is th.
Judlciary-L. W. Duval. chairman; Novmber for a fund to create state t. and Terell were guests ti"e or a.. & sA.I Vim
T. B. Snyder. D6 E. Melvar. pe b tlomn are notified to pay th Neu"y and La Luaere,m two new n. Van. Mod. HOe.t at
Street-J. M. Meffert, chairman; K amount pledged at that meetn to perfumes at the Postoflee Drug- .
C. Jones. D. Melver. Mrs. IL C. Packham-wher was oe. T U: 0 C. UILT O b MIN" -A'!
Cemetery-H. C. Jones, chairman: theodsed to receive OW reei pt o1i c di t
D. X McIver, I. T. Helventon. said ple'.s e Mrs. Goodwne of Indaltapors, who the Daughters at thea uae
I--A. B. Gates, chairman; H. D. rha een the guest ot har sIster, Mrs. wil hold their all d ay some
ale-T. B. Snyder. chairman. The latest thln lI as p1t Arms, has returned home. Friday with Mrs. W. D. AV
.. D .r. MCan. J cards at t Vhe Ocla N" Co -da w hters are ex ected to ej'i t Ht
wa. il, H. Joes. X Neya ad L& Luserao. two new and any frimOa of the cbpw hoe -me
A. oud.ep.-.o W.pDav 2 &V AI Pft m t Pu0o .rug cordiay w- ed. The t w .
Saniary- r. eeMt chair- Moopoy toW I .iS*. to be quilted o this d A. for the k, .

ma: l C cir the Pur. Pood Law. Thg ,a sg u M. W. I,, Howe r Wtieuon's pop- O o In .od
ma; A. 0. aate. chrkels, Davi s &Tot i dtu entpow today. tr v el-ar frw--le mSdt ".en.rbIt
chalima:-3..eS wt A.. the btes the .m .. WANT --atlw young man, good-Mis -$e, V smut ~ wir
sale.m a., to canvass and collect. . of Miss settlee W. .a. Mr... al..
,OTIC Send u.s your res5tiptisS bimeen..t.. fox 0.. Ocaa.
Notie o Is "ere y att thirty We are thoroughly pretre :ro 'a M,. c. L 3 aset -' .."-
days after @ts. -. as oer Tydiags & Co. J. J. WIha r the lemesage 1l Columbus Shade Co.. Tea s~ee PUaSar
Sb city tcounci of th and oyster' meerth"at, was a bulsreas and ,, ico,. was -i "ew ay i .

coa.hItm or any jart or Coee.d.a ledge No. 1i. .ra.ermat Neuya sa. La Laserne, two new Mr.. Vernie Stevens St whaVa Bk, IMae h t, fb M a
.. the sad t. .. . aday of every month, 7:23 p. i., at S.ore. friends in Ocas, ^ etura9d ., -e te *:,.

Maor i tnmeat e het% agag a

.line o srr ,.w.-u s s -. --1- - -Ca --- as* No th W" Or _- "
R -y t. h nm le IllU~ olaPon and stamp Ictures, a t we an i tow .. on is me tasten' -
,1 M 4. .T polY Dn ba., b a ,.1 si5
r" leavs, *om Peet King avnne to for a "t06k 4dtereat positions Past -where he hae a mock etr.'
Oklawis avene. cans a bea x or 2 cents. NO -voa i101116 0 6
to Oklgwaha avenue. 4 W o le Dae unnellon tims afternoon and Crystal a ent plea a j'itl-ed l
Herbert street from Fort ga- family groups eam viedl at your Rver. In the Interest of the A. IL Drugstore pleees. a~.A N ea
onue to Oldawahs avenue. home. We aw here far a short time Ha r Piano o Company. t '
Tucawala street, from 1rt ing 1-M-is sises a s pross : Ak X. trW. -W
avenue to Oklawab avenue. --New boak at the Oca News Ca Dr. J. c. Booser I not satlesed with to show them to Io.
Watula street, frm ,Fort Eka av- FRWH FNW AND OYST IS If we havesa the boek that ou atnr't but the best 68 jWt l
enue to Okla h ar tee. wa- t we ent set a coop o bater tmoGth OR RZT-The late T. -. Owm
Magnolia street, frum the Seaboard I recee w0y, day fr' sawtal S .ae1 efhaieess t ar to fasr-e ,a Mea,. an je M tbabi-th me s
Air Line railway passenger depot River at 4glters. htltola de and his Ienery. y .. .. as. uiah u
property to the noth aide of Se G salt at a oesh watet sh Joseph Malever of the Guarantveer - ,--t ."
"F.. aeeL '- 4' .... alet I l you S b Clothlng 8tore. has made some sea- Mrs. aggle m I tlh' il . -
Maiu seat, tg the north s o In ish any ofea sa dign.p "1 soabe impruements In his ready Ofleavl e i any 01104 wD; g.lwsL' wi
% North *, *eei, to the soetth sOfe I defMVean9 ushen 252 city market; elegant place of howase srate how to properly Miaem Vt There is 00
,of ou except the east sec msU stan on le es --t W.S tea at the etmvW-P,.tsu e em or '"IdO L. g-
S-- of I -outh oflouth WA W TOC0L The Boston Store sold a very large Compa. .1e.i .N -
tb il t t EmTI wholesale Mil of oods today to one Me r. c a g kew
to -tSS a sbveL A of car yuewnr merchants. whe Imew Mrs. W. ,I kW aut -l. IIods, ad2Sn '
F ^ to the fltret- cstast fn p"abseut only wvLm a low primes then be SLw thsag Mm. FMd PhUMaM at B*N8M1) M6l
aS S the wes chbld is actually bad. Seie mothers Mr. Meyer GolMerg and r. 31. m1o. oe ." ". S -.
:t %to the et think that all odyin Is badness, It's We carry the bst line of tollet ar- yns. of C migs, are sa sne la-ti .
t .I O o When a baby cries, leek for sle .itfin.Unes etc., In th* nbt's guests at the ROeMe ,-
A4 wa WS of Osceola btsat or some external caMa. If you City. sme t and be convinced. Ty- T the ge fti Idt .t
u to 00th side' 0 the ean't and them give the baby Whit'S djings & OL. Mr. Frank A. foes at" t. Is. ~ue i ,'
s pno!, S to' Fort Kn.g av- Cerna vetmif-a tu e Whmi kee who has trae tl e heas for o at . !
And aay ter streets or ave eso hsurla rm io wi kp Mr. IPlpen Vick, of Jacksonvile. many years In the Interest at the e
paAnd saw her streets or ave~ue It hungry and croen 1an the time. is la the city for a week or two visit- Hamiltom Brown Shoe Co., is at the r
part oram,, me.toned Inth Plm.t to ti.-,, Ints w"L mg his COiN Mr. Cbaa. F. Flippen, Ocala ,-ouie. .
cem;:' ordinance. Price U cents. Sold by AnU-Moupoly at the Brooks Hoen. -- 4m;
SpcuMlQBBs on tile In the city Drurto. *u-.
cler's moe at the city of OqahL The Citimw Gm qGas wBM has just sm ar 60011L
Floridas. IANO TUNINGthe o Por health &ad happlMes -DeWitt's put Ia several 0bs ragdatm-e iat Mr. .
dorid ca PIANO INer e the right to Nttl Eart RIser-4n gentle. M. Howar re s e. tS rad- a IAN A
reject any or all ofmere the bids which t eam pleat, little liver pOf, the ora are sad to be the bat sd Mt9 i a Sb Gm W O ae 6
reTjct any or all of the bid which year experience. Drlte c best made. Sold by the Anti-Monop- econo al sem of be aa IS is 4va: -IW
may be s Uitt ed. music teacher i amy &Wel isw that I lWIL -aile i l10-

Attesideot the City Co l A. M. La frd, city 4l-lf Mrs. J. C. Kniht, ato Bartow, is in "-. IU r a mi
1-7 CityClerk of the City of Ocala. nOkiS FM mNT the city on a visit to her mother. Mrs. "a M abd as
O1-ala Clt. January 7 o Ola lO1 O N T W. D. aiter. Mr. and Mrs. Knight 1 a g lea s... e
e s- i ,hw it eo llt t w probate return to Ocala and 14ber M r at la
ThIe room n lthe 0" joo ct make1 this C" tlk home. o @O th at- o4"s4
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