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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 22, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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 )
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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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Volume ID: VID03070
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Voluume 4o Nee I28L


OCALA; nei*W V


R. D. FULLER, B M Po .ro- ri
We offer one hundred denu re-*0
DETAL S GE ---wan for any case of eatarrt that
cannot be cared by Hall's Catarrh
Office Over Munroe & Chamblis Florida is Payinge $m0 O a yar, and Cure. Grat LonC le aeil uif T lL "
Dank. Muck of it to M n Who wer We, the undersigne, have m
OCALA - FLORIDA *w a right P. J. Cheneyr fthe tIN i e a V O. La
a", believe idm a" g
TERMS. CASH. JackianvUte. Jan. 22.-The com s i t an a tra a1 a
session of the legislature will aur- Elay able to e s .- --m
doubtedly prove an Interesting one tlos made by his Gnam
J.E. CHACE from every point of view, and on quite WaldIng. KiUnan M arvi
Sa number of subjects flght are ex- Wholesale Druggists, Toleo 0. o erp teaM
DE NTAL 8URG EOPN pectedt o be made that will prove Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken later- a are yest Jt-
memrable n Florlda's legislative nally. acting directly upon the blood before the ati.- .e i
Rooms 9, to and I, history. and mucous surfaces of the system. eemmlttee and made amrgmata
R ooms. older Block, A fight that is brewing at present Tesimonals fre &.r .7cogs per tote, Ta latM
Second Floor, Holder Blwill undoubtedly prove a surprise to bottle. sold by l a Iir te ral Ian. of naal i
OCALA, FLORIDA. the general public, but Indleations are Ha" Faiy f f Mlp :0.S fM lat Jact onots e
that It is easftng ou" with whirlwind g Ba agml A-s- r a
force. The aght I question wIH be M E HOUE W NAVEU -.
TERMS, CASH. on the pension appropriation biL yIWE Nt WA- ?
which now amounts to $f9m &a- --
nually, and for whchb a 4 mill tax Si Philadelphia. Jan. 2L-_ ilLs b a : '
L F B A LOCK levied. and It will result from the fact who i said to ha. hb t the gaaqW K
*~~* DLML ~that the demands for peaslons seem to carousel ( increase rather than abate as the country, which he Olacf In AGa e -' to
Dental Suryear by. y City. to 1 M o d h ere: eo i
Math." Non-Committal was 3 yeatsofa. a
M etft a Cv e ldi NA Capt. B. N. Mathes, chief clerk of A
Phone 211 the pension bureau, is In the city at- IF YOU KNEW '
Off Hours-8 to 12 a. i.; to p. m tending the grand lodge meeting. Cap- The merits of the Texas Wo'nder, youd o t 11M
tain Mathes. it has been understood, would never suffer from kidney, bled-tb m be in etd I e
TERMS, CASIH. Is opposed to the payment of many der or rheumatic trouble. 81 bottle two hlews t Isrhieilft u
Pensions that go out each quarter on months' treatment. SoldM TOy d t h My abehippeduie to aPrtt IiS "
.lte rovn6. Vhn.t Vt riee r ivi g te or by maMA Se"ard ct e r.eau i
pensions did no service that warrants ,. W. Ha)., 2" O aie streaL. a.
payment. He was asked as to his Louls, MisamourL .- *of .-. r t .. .. 1
Charles D. Hulbert, M. D.is- out- seek--... ,
attitude on the subject by a Metrop- _, ___ ----- i m haL the a
o*l representative. but declared that S - w
l/eea nid he did not care to be quoted. a' \ * ot ft we g..40 ,04"
an S rgn Padded Rolls e-Imlm asas-- uINNm-
In speaking on the same subject. V why ageuh W rs preftred M) Sa l t _
OfAc. Second Floor The unroe and however, another man. who is prem- 1 Si-avaa@ h ad pay 1M d -a
Chamblits Bank Building, Ocala, ient in the public life of Florida. tidal right.
Florida. said: "To this Major Wllamson replied:
Telephones: Office, 222; Residtnce, 46 "The amount paid out for pensions -- ecaue Savlanal shipped it to New
iwto uM annually is beyond all reason, and it - Tark and foreign ports; *baarW.. 51
must and shall be cut down if the ""IM Ws t y atatl that -
9-12 a. m. 2-4 p. in.. 7:xa-82a n m. legislature can be forced to do the m Iy amsvrle is a*se to fet as g.A&
cutting. I do not believe there Is a rate aS'Wvaah a M l
-L -- taxpayer living in Florida, whether he saed fmaom Taaflaerro.
Sb 'Yankee' or 'RebeL' who Is opposed "'Net at all, rephed Major Wt-
Lto old veterans who actually did ser- lameon, If the ship Is loaded with
II A vice. getting their pensions and they naval stores alone the rate would be
would not care much if the worthy S N about 'the same, but Savanmah ships
CONTDArTR AnD SUILDER ones had their pittance doubled. The about a millike and halM bate oq
iNi rIAuND H rU public generally, however. is opposed cotton annually and by el Ulag,
Pla s furnished to men wbo never did service, and the lead t the ship With WmtI g .
Plans frnished never knew- the odor of gunpowder, ready at hand, with navNal aWsa,4
On appliCatiOn. living at an expense of the state, and eap"er r is-got. That I why we
scores are drawing pensions who are t cheaper."
PI. Bi n 4 Sad & f no more worthy of them than my son,
wh. was born twenty years after the u1 asC yI OU 6M i YOU
war. I expect that boy, with his m Mary DowlImM ef Ht no i
mouth, has since done just as much Ava. gB Fhtamlioa, eaadea,
m fighting for the Confederate States M i r Ml-
u a iarbe gy f America as did a certain percent- ": *th for he w das ad
age of those who are drawing pen- effect t le M Blttrs in a e, oet
E u---- slons, many of whom have never done e0e acuto te lasa Pro=a a ta -
In Cgeneolie With the retel Offee anything more than fight vocally, and mlaL a uy Meaviseed te t
__ they never even had the nerve to do .-.-. temea m Ov- f n rao ,var ta "e* ,
Skied i and courteous at- that until after the war and the per- -. wtri fa Is40 beet abe n edy 4
tentl -j- Special attention to lod of reconstruction had passed. I market oday." TMI g"d iw gTo- ~ e
schldt~a. sincerely hope the pension tax will be I N a terativemadaa te, lawam is" .
.W cut down, not merely from a finan- UUa IetAL aytea, ptv ee t"e ltsa a a-
"MgA AGE (1al point of view, but in order that pWaiy 1 0l la an tM a U- of .-
SImpositions may be cut off the rolls." weaem. c. at aB MdRagles.
WATER -
SEVEN YEARS QF PROOF Opens into the lobby of the TAKIoIne ACKEND co m-
S" have had seven years of proof 0A R M &. RM T FATAL TU
__ ________________ that Dr. King's New Discovery is the -- C J 2.-Wa
best medicine to take for coughs and Offers the ery bewit sa ce of reed :hae wQeO's
EAi. A ,* KAY tion of throat chest. or ,lung@, say skild 'WOrkII1 widmo4eto 0 0e_
*l VAliiI W. V. Henry, of Pinama, Mo. The pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec- ht W06seorf te a t-
world has had thirty-eight years of trick fans, electric 'WSages. i t -
AL Dj proof that Dr. King's New Dlcov- g'ffr*o bave seeaj
eONERAJI. DIRE CTOk s ter a E .MmeIi hay tenaa Wakr 1 a Tim s-."
uu mer taers and Embalnes olds, grippeasthma. ayfever, VINCENT C. DETTERICH Manag. er at first supposed.- It wi
bronchitis. hemorubage of the lungs. ,, be sevendava before It
D. C. MelVER ALFRED OWEN and the early stages of consumption. -- - h eeralda bo t
Underlakers Its thmely use always prevents the de- a. PH t Ja .tae a uathe howntt
Sveopen.,t o ..pneumonia. Sod undr C. J. PHILLIPS "..",R .,
gt. at all drugstores. Mc. and r st i d. n5 dteM will
Fh caskets Ili Sr" Mj guar.ntes ha MM* h. Tial sew^ay. h ss
AU Work Done by Licensed Ema- h ss-- i -a
e nd Fully Guarsiea. LINDSAY'S IARD LUCK ht there a 2 fe w s nt S |r
t-- r-C isn't Quite a Wite Man and Wef yg 9 rtha f at thei a ree aa eW e v an
Is.te. cw Wm.,a ,129 2 ot rI d Sl. " wm 1,-*e*
I ^'-^K^^S^W ^^Fnarm., va,. Ja.. 2._-Tr ed for fVaa Pt> PIl-- .1OO* at a il aw at ai- '
'T mAL eeton. Marcuas Unday and L" ra.h*** e ha e s
his wife were sentenced yesterday to .ILI l,:h i, 'a
spend an eighteen-year term in the a_ l. ---
by-: penltentlary. The ease is a peculiar % ,P I...;
one. nby the neah o n ndeay is the son of very fas r -<' :I -ii
.''+" r afor If delired.r woman, believed by all who know her .- .. ... --
^a iiy'day or maaL to have negro blod in her veins. A St SK
tuaged. a~~ll queped aft As young Undsay grew up in the by l
iosesoefi !'ala woman, and they lived to- [IiH iktI -Wed. m -


f P CER An T l agether for some time. mThe authnorities
took the matter up and they were .
P Iested f or miscegenatio. SoHe S Y" A. H.
CITY VETERINARIAN The judge ruled that the ma wa* a
D, Phle. 180 Niht PItne sM whtte or so nearly white that !b ile m9e*,,-
should have married a white wmMa
-. -and having married a Bg rea had
violated the law. Under the circum-
tarnces, however. he theahW as I a
Justice had been dome the man andrt -W -- .
he would join In a petition oa,lMve
the governor pardon both parties o
condition that mari&l re-itlon. be-
tween thet cease.
A Rsligleus hAnitus aIe
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EVENING STAR

C. L. STma* a iO.
C. L. itiar mad R. R. Carrel
Proprietors and pmbobh.e.
C. L. SITTINGER,
Edter and QGmrl MamUaer
R. R. CARROLL,
City Editor sad aueiose Manahr

Editor Prank Harris returned last
night from a visit of spection over
the Florida East Coast Railway's ex-
tentlon. as the guet .Mr. Henry M.
Flagler. Mr. Harris went as far as
Key West and had a spfndld time. He
says the company has the road en-
tirely completed to Knight's Key and
the great concrete and steel trestit Is
as solid as the roek laielf and abso-
lutely safe in any wind or sea. Mr.
Harris says that S0 per cent of the
uncompleted portion of the work i
done. the company has 75 acres of
terminal land, reclaimed at Key West
from the waters of the bay and are
reclaiming lit acres more. He say
the road will be completed and trails
running into Key West before 1912.
The Ocala attendants at the ila-
sonic Grand Lodge meeting in Jack-
sonvile returned home today, name-
ly: Mr. T. B. Snyder. Mr. Bouvier.
Dr. Thompson, Mr. N. I. Gottlleb. Mr.
R. 8. Hall, Mr. F. P. Rents, and Mr.
H. W. Long. of Martel. Ocala was
honored In having Mr. Gottlieb elect-
ed grand master of thin district. Mr.
Rush of Dunnellon. Mr. Knight of
Floral City. Mr. Jack Snell of Electra,
and Mr. C. T. Miller. of Leroy. also
returned. They had a glorious time
and are very proud of their new grand
lodge temple. Mr. R. E Tonge and
Mr. Weston remained mer to attend
a meeting of the Shriners tonight.
Carter H. Dame returned this fore-
noon from a ten day's trip through
Polk county, where he did Woodmen
work at Mulberry, adding 15 members
to that camp and rounded It out with
a fine banquet. At the Nichols phos-
phate mines, near Mulberry, he Insti-
tuted a new camp with 24 members
and while there was the guest of Mr.
T. D. Bryan. a former bookkeeper for
Melver & MaeKay. who is now head
bookkeeper for the Nichols mine, and
his Ocala friends will be pleased to
hear of his prosperity. Them Mr.
Dame came up to Terrell and added
three new members to that camp. His
next point will be Palatka. Mr. Dame
Is a hustler and is doing splendid re-
cruiting for the W. 0. W.
Miss Anna Mison will have as her
house guests next week Miss Florence
Mellon of Tampa. Miss mlly Askew,
of Savannah, and Minss dlth McGulre,
of Pennsylvania. Mises Mellon and
Askew were atteedaat at the Math-
ewft- e y weddlnf last July 6d0
MIx Aure viated Miss MtaUM n
two winter age.; Their many friends
Vme while here re,lelighted to have
em return. Later this bevy of
young ladies will go to Tampa and
attend the state fair.
Mr. Ben Borden and family were
called to Oxford tMis morsling be-
cause of the very critical condition of
Mr. John Smith, Mrse. orden's father.
Mr. Smith has tyhold fever and is
not expected to lre.,
Mr. T. M. Moore and family have
moved from the third ward Into one
of the apartments of the Anderson
flat on Fort King avenue. Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Bridges. Mrs. Moore's
couslnas, will make their home with
them.
Wilbur. the bright little son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Gary. is able to be
out after an Illness of tour weeks.
The following Invitation has been
sued to the unmarried society set of
Ocala: "Mrs. D. E. Melver. at home
Tuesday. January 26th; Miss McRae,
Miss Person. 8 o'clock." Mrs. Mc-
Iver's invitations are received with
the assurance of a good time and
Tuesday will be no exception.
Miss Agnes Person, one of Orlando's
popular young ladies, will arrive Mon-
day to be the guest of her cousin.
Mrs. Donald Melver. Miss Person
was a member of the Orlando house-


party given last summer at Daytona
Beach and will be remembered by
many of the Ocala people who were
on the beach there.

Mr. Louis Horne. who has been ab-
sent for four months, returned home
yesterday afternoon and Is much Im-
proved In health. Mr. Horne has been
In New York and other eastern cities
during his absence but for the most
of the time was taking treatment at
the Johns-Hopkins Hospital In Balti-
more. Mr. Home's many friends will
be glad to know that his health has
Improved and that he will be at home
again. A
* Among those who registered at the
Montesuma last evening were Mr. W.
Morgan. Moultrie. Ga.; Mrs. Neal, of
Jacksonville;- Mr. W.-C. Smith. of Ta-
coma: W. J. Polk and T. A. Parham.
Morrison: T. M. Griffin. Jacksonvile
representing the Granger & Lewis
Lumber Co.
Henry Maamo of Corner expects to
make a trip down the Oklawaha an
his launch the Oregenoate, to Jack.
msouve. where he will display *he
same at the exposition to show what
can be made out of a cypress log. The
launch Isto feet long and five feet
wide.
All this talk about breaking the
Solid South. politically, is bosh. as
long as the conditions that now pre-
vail to regard to the races exist, and
we for one are glad to hear President-
elect Taft speak as he does. His good
will for the South Is not shown to
disrupt the political Solid South, but


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EVERYBODY


KINV DAUGHTERS
December Ist, Is, brought to an
end another year's work for the band
of women, who are enrolled under the
name of the King's Daughters. The
auditing committee, who was appoint-
ed to audit the book. and report the
work, submit the following, for the
benefit of all those Interested In the
work. Part of this report will In-
clude work for *07 and Ie.
The order at the present time is
composed of 75 member.
Number of regular monthly meet-
laga held. 24.
Number of special meetings, L2
Memorial service, 1.
Number of sick visits reported, 3.
Number of bouquets of flowers, 2W.
Number of baskets sent out Christ-


ma, 58.
Number


of needy families assisted,


45.
Number of .loads wood sent out, 18.
Number of garments collected and
distributed, Se.
Care of woman continuously, 1.
Installed arib at A. C. L. depot; also
rocking chair and screen.
Leaned sewing machines to families
without one, L
Distributed papers and crgvIn--
Furnished nurse for family, 1.L
Paid one month's went for L
Bought railroad tickets, L.
Assisted and placed children In fam-
ily to be properly cared for. 2.
Amt money collected......... $254.82S
Amt. money expended.. .... 2806.
Balance on hand..........4.0.0
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to the follow-
ing for donations and favors received:
To the high school and primary
school: for the Thanksgiving offering
at Presbyterian church; Methodist
Sunday school for offering; to the
Episcopal guild; to the Order of Elks;
to the Masons: Mr. W. P. Edwards.
Mr. Duffy: Mr. C. Bittinger; Dr.
. Van Hood: Mrs. D. W. Davis. and
to each and every person who'has as-
sisted in our work for the poor and
needy.
Mrs. W. W. Cyatt, Chmn.
Mrs. H. C. Packham.
Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith.
GREENWOOD CEMETERY
When the secretary sent out notices
for this year's renewal of subscription
she.failed to state price for the care
of lots. This is $2 per year for small
lots and $6 for large ones. member-
ship tee in both instances being $1,
making total four dollars per year for
small and seven dollars for large lots.
Some lot owners prefer to care for
their own lots, but pay a membership
fee, which goes towards the care of
the walks around the lots.
Pres. Cemetery Assn.
ANOTHER CHICKEN THIEF
Deputy Sheriff W. Hutson cap-
tured another chicken thief this fore-
noon and found he had stolen at one
time 54 hens belonging to Mrs. Mabry
on the old Vaughn place West of the
eity. The name of the negro is Henry
Bennett of 4ackwonville, a partner of
Joe WIVUaa, fron the same city. who
was apprehended yesterday. Bedde
the chickens $55 worth of clothing
was stolen from parties living west
of town.
So many chickens have been stolen
lately and most etf them are yet alive,
that parties who" have recently lost
chickens should consult the sheriffs
office, for in that way they may se-
cure some of the stole tfowls.


OYSTERS AT ELK CAFE


iull try ........ ............... 4.
Half try... ... ... ........ 2ic.
Milk Stew .......... ..... .. 3c.
Plain Stew... ....................Se.
Domen raw .... .... .......... S.
Half-dosen raw ..... ... ... ... .1i
At any howr from 5 a. Lm. so p. a
every day in the week. Opposite A
C. L passenger deoet.
Ex-Attorney Generat W. w. I ns
ll hang out his law sign In Jackem-
viWl and will be a partner ot Attor-
ney W. B, Clarkman of that cty.

If you win take Fote's Orile Lax-
ative until the bowels become reg-
ular you wil let lave to take *prg-
tiUves cw-taatly, as Foley's Ortane Lax-
ative poUtively wares mchreate easti-
ptlou and shimish Uver. Plmmat


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under positive guarantee at the AU- --- '
Monopoly Drugstore. Oaw 8"awU Ttee ot city co-dB mueeh J
chemicals and Parke Ddwisa. 0- W e y 1 th w atai bsy uee l do, .
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every one who drivesM T to M M. 1 S8 1010. ,
In't safe nor right to res s- U
one else may saut the gate. Mar y re M, a m 'W lU2
of the lot owners have reen to me e a i i
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Atving the meeting of te Grand Ldge, iv ei -
F. & A. M. of F-lorida I. Jacbi- l .'eug*w
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Deputy graeenwood mster. Albert W.

Gtlehrcst, Tallahassee. ,-
MASONIC grand warde Goi AN OT

Wilson, Maranna. e ve every -t 'il
Grand the meeting of the r, ebmo you? V see the faam.W m. --mee el -




Jacksonville. I n t; bt rid of the n .em Tr ".
Grand secretary. Wer, LolsCr P. WOe-re pOIdrlyg d fr Sh W UitdM i- "
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Grand standard beamr. Mima H- Te- yeas ped s 1 -
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Wholesme, Candy

SI0. and 25c. THE JAR. 4
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JAR GOODS4
Some folks think that became we
are so old-maidiah in our carefnlimem
Srearding everything we do. ad every
Sthini we sell that they can't buy Ath
priced candy here.
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They a 10t. and Mc. hot-
tied goods-ah-ays as freab as xmon g
* dew-saply excellent.
* Why little-priced candy is a hobby of
* ours. We sell tons sad tons of it-
Sgood. pure. wholesome candy-not the
* highly colored, pretty-to look.at-ort,
Smark you, but beet candy.

Hyler'-always fresh. "Uncle
SSam charges bet Ic. an ounce to carry
it anywhere. A I to 5-pound box o
Sby epS, anywhere in U. S. for

T. W. TROXLER
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Fixtures


For Sale


Show Cases


CoSAters

Shells and Tables

For Sale

Cheap

At The




BOSTON STORE


Co-me and See


We have Just received from the
markets. TWO CARLOADS of the
best all purpose horses and mules
that we have had to offer our patrons
for a long time. These two carloads
embrace farm. turpentine and lumber
mules: f.rmn horses. saddle horses and'
driving hors-.s: 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- sil you and are prepared to
."lII )\.u as cheap as any one'**iFj'
cnilnity. ',,Come in early and make
your selections.
Respectfully.
TOMPKINS, COBB & NICHOLS.

The late 01 unmuzzlied dogs In
our *auot .w Vy a slender thread
if t~mrbal en draw a bead
on i t trustry rifle.
fCUMD 1N 86 TO 14 DAYS
PA20 OINrTMNT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itehing Blid, Bleed-
Ing or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 day
or money refunded. 0e.
L. CASMINSKI
At the second stall on the right an
you enter the city market I am keep-
Ing a first-class selection of guaran-
t(.ed
Florida Meats, Beef, Perk, Muttem,
Sausage, Etc.; Choice Frea and
Salt Water Fish, Cedar Key
and Cryttal River
Oysters
fresh daily and guaranteed the beat
Give me your orders and they will be
well cared for.
1.. CASMINSKI. City Market
FIRE WOOD-FIRE WOOD
We have a large sPppy of Are wood,
both pine and oak, fireplace and stove
length. Good seasoned wood.
A BIG LOAD FOR A DOLLAR
delivered, cash. CaN at lrtcry or
'PHONE 170I-Ge GILES A CO.


L. ALEXANDER


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K. of P. meet Monday event.
': yr ". r 4 -rl u-
mseet Ta y eIealag.
epmLfI BE I 9
Odd Pellows meet Taoeday night.
Eagles mwt Wednesdayevening. KU li
Do you llke codfsh? Fone Fishers. a d WE
t. J.tBiartin, or Oklawaha, la WHY I
-a oit t of'the Ocala H house. wb a .I k
f u Ie ei il
FOR RENT-A six-room cottage.
Apply to Mrs. It. D. Fuller. =wa a sn o
Get club rates on magazines at the
Ocala NeWe w o. 1-he-tt h f L- aI
ao, i 'Wakr bis A i
Mark. e aker, mackerel fsh at t
Fishers. v
M MMY. '. Kalcght has as her guestO to6
Mrs. KR J. Boyer of Tampa. -


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ter, Mine Let- Camp and Mks May
raiuJCam% bw attmmsttve od-a
[flJ~J~ffUvkktndk VA6.,at the beentIfed mor
boe irpr saftm -the l
Astb6-,!N 00i dWV44i
efdby mL ~Ckesinium..
plg t", the *
roo, m Itsoucdmitothe ev~4

where Vlkthper

white sutin folds Win VMay Camp,
1 adin a yellow nmesaline with ecrue
Strimmingx, was greaftl admired a"
In 0* Miss LeftsCamp was ver asoctiv
UleIn a gray-brooedafsme&k '
Op FAMN ftmotber &Mamd VeCwemi
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P-6'p-o-t-a-ta-toes, potatoes, 110 IsnU7 w y m
the number--Plabel'.s.1
Use Pl&ns Chill TonIc. uarn-V to see too
teed. Price 25. Sold by all druggists. TEA I II o h-,, theIbC R : d :u
Sl T U U U awarded with a hauge sfk tf ---
Mr. J. H. ILSmoak of the Fleming- Mr. Alfred Behj-tk's sense o"at
ton section. was in town today. a--- v Sh .
A COKING-WE G asura r 47 am ANW NX I.. M.
The latest thing in valentine post A COMING WEDDING awarded Oy a tfa he, aaI Mua. ap
cards at the Ocala News Co. flot, h fr en l ra itl
The followitr invitation has e-s orbet -l g eoe*r ly ape ",COY
Herrinrs are Sne. We h them ceired by soine of the friends 41 a pemrt*laasmel tk
rerrings. are fine. We have the m Mr. Prank in Ocala: s ~gte the modt am~ the bomy.
Mr. and Mrs. WIu1am Marcus i m .n h I.
Oatmeal, shredded wheat, buck- request the iwtonor o. r, pr Nesence. iowe;. b; RtS, miatb and i/, wer-.
wheat, Just In. Flbers. a ma" q(te. dau~ e -erve41 mim mCan e em th -itho.b
Apane happy oo sou were: n:-
R M w ay and- eta caulmpa Le .. . ,a .. -
FOR SAL-At city pound, stable Belt'-m.o th Careft
t v. Tuesday evening February the ninth Betoe Wray Mclver, Bara Davia Jean .
Fancy calendars for 1909 at ha-l nineteen. hundred and nine, Teague..,Carrie WIlIlam, Anna Ma-
price a l th scal News fo,. a t ijght-thirty o'clock 8 "4aU. HOJD .Robinson. Luelle Staadley,
price at the Ocala News Co. Khu'shfs of tthiai Hall 'n Zabet4.Kewsom, Sue Audea and .
There were forty arrivals at the Savannah, Georgia. A" nile A mson; Mesrs. Heron Tedd.
Ocala House yesterday.. ak Hari- Jr. K J. Mul Price d
Oc.H Hu yave you seen U e new visible PFy. -( E Islar Marion Pelot, Phfl Rob- A
The report is current that a petition Sholes typew C." tvs ( &,, S DBeek, Joe Bell r Sam 9
is being circulated for another wet, general' t". .. -" , R oWp 1 e A "ne A* ni -t-l l W.
or dry election. . .- r L.e -A a B tL. i. S WB
Messrs. Edward Tucker and Arthir wi c
A large line of valentines and v&l- Hodge went down to Mr idward oi- T e.CMlpom* bme Is O of t Pe.-
entine post. cards just received at the der's hunting preserves today for as UtJt 1A the city Iad 8 1 Cap M bl A
Ocala News Company. week's hunting and flslncg. party I it ws deed a most e n .
ble .ffawr.
Mr. Joln T. Lewl, the convict in- Neuya and La LUzerne, two new -
spector, went down to Dunnellon on perfumes at the, Poptoffice Drur- ROBLEY MALE Q11UA T '
his regular Inspection tour today. Store. .,-, -
:,, The notiei Male Qusftet, oe at. hP
. C. Davis & Co., of Jackasovllue. R. Davls A Co., of Jacksonmvlls be t. attreet eim O the ntO t t '
typewriter upon easy terms It desired. each; 1.50 per do-en. the Armnry Theater em Th eday k
night, January 28th. Tiekef te" e
Mr. Fred Robertson, of the Oxford Mrs. A. L. Blalock and children of been placed at 6 Pentm each and Will
Crate Company at Crystal RIVer, was Madison, who have been the guests. go on sale Tuesday tmoaing at the
In town today. of Mrs. "eo. L. m 1Talor, returned home Om.la News C.
today.
Mr. William Sutton. the retired tar- ,.. a WILL EMAIN -OVER TOMO .A .
oar and stock raiser on the raging Sponges, sponge, direct Iro the ---- '
Oklawaha, was in town today. te Prtethat surpis a te p r .~iaes q Oeala has b g s
Antitooopoly u ore st'. ; c umathuactury that we have ve idae to
WANTED--A second hand roll top ,b o ... .o .r .o in e;apleusere fos. other day,
desk. IArge one preferred. Address, Do yu lJe co 4Ih? ? pe ls, and wlH be here nt4l Sat.rday ea-
Desk, care of Star. I.*22-It ; .. .. .iN. ,Wp will be pleased to have you
e Hiawat&a Ia 7 plry Scan at the sample room In the Oesae
Mr. C. K. 8age and family and Mr. ".. p W ,Jerpei..mln 'andHl block next door,. the tole-
D. W:- tats-addl fanffly vwRt dow fr om .ttsted.pw q Uthe. rct graph offce and see our
to Bstlamk today. handled in a sVle iaegawmitanbsamt Tt e ut p lapM Is p m f too" 4
Sner. . .-22tf other goods made by the n5* g '7
Neuya and La Luserne. two new ChaR' factory. 3eaigettsib,
perfumes at the Poqtoafloe Drug- Mr. N. B. Heralof of New York Cfty J. P. WUNDA r


from Orange lak ewith a brace of 5sectIon1 1: 9 ` 4(9 .*
u c Neuya- and A IX ern, itro. new dow' ot the city"sefltiat U -
One pouMo at paper and two I.ks perfumes at the Postoffce Drug- ty 6yMarshal W. C. B. S dat 41&
of ewvelo very best grade, for r or. ,. the marshal as kNfle" eve ,
te at-t T -- 0 trer-y he -ktled ti .. nly wwd
Mrs. Swain, of Moncfe Ind.,, pased imenas. Of late andV sInE t he -
Colonel Burnham came In today through Ocala yesterday on her wba y phoba -ear" are', he e k ltt anl '
from Jacksonville on his way to Cand- to -arasota, but will -return. In a few a tMMd at l oa t e a sW-ta- i eetus-
ee.* weeks to visit her ister-IA-law, r., O tay k a d- -
e . ..S. P. Anthony. a . The l a i ,
Neuya and La Luserne, two new and affumunmle& a ha f l --
Sperfum at. t toffce Drg Mr. and Mrs. Will Barco, who were, .-.- .-
koro- .I, In Jacksonville yesterday, 'will ex-
tend their wedding trip down the...-..
r. Mare 'fPrank. who went up to east toast, returning homo via theAmM
Jackoville on a abort business trip, Los Ki" n-Ighborh"d.
w ru g FOR RENT---Seven room house In
Send us your prescription business s1 nd ward. hot and cold water. A.-- AcT AT: C
We are thoroughly ppared-to aodle Py to box 55. -,-... I .
it. Tydg Come e e
Mr. Robelr Holly and~-a fom ev- of the large ad.oompke ltlaeatval- a .
er the raging Oklawahs river, were entines at the Ocala News ..
In the --d
S. Mr. A. .. Haggle r s..enesM"n"
m ft l bal-dsf the pruty me of Tedu C CAa Companyqam) ce ue.4g Ia -^c.
fancy imported Chathat we are to spend Snday with MW. Haggle,. w E
ditplaying, The AntI-dfopoly Drug ere she proceeds to Tampa. Mr. and'M I w. W b.5 .'
-. M s. Haggle are gue sts of Mr. and-*7
Mrs.-Jake Brow .. 1 1-- nIt-ev. w. H. CstI. t
Josiah Oaks and A. A. Wnchester -- .. . '-
of Boston are Iamonl last niht's ar-'-,1 M #_- -a ,kej.el fish at -1Tr-u f Mlar. e. ...I I
rivals at the Ocala House. .; 5dty of the Presuytbelase meeb a .j .-!
.L ^,r. t t .t.;, .Perchance you would desairentr t .-havm .'.- s- g -- "-'-''-i .- r
We carry tle best line .e toS ar an aedlene wit$X.A (urnaterseC the 2e2amia tealght, am4 a9Ud.a. al
te, ... ....s ..rs. S t- _.terior. Makq. .wn-yo.ni - ... ., S ,_..t
city. Cerne I and be emvnece& Ty- to pislwl' Grocery Deparament. ?Paer 5 C Lrt
JIngs& Co. 1 .'_ a -egL.rata,,4l.
*la iL i2The Daughters of the colnftderaer -e--ta. '
If you are getting pure Jersey milk **lM.a auiting bee at tlhe a m of -t ".
from tested cows you aro getting it ",W. IP. Orahma today and abish- i.m -- ..-.

Perchance you would desire .to have a was served to the a-terb n |
an audience with a furnisher of the V i -J Vn as a s a-,a s- .- -, each-- '
Interior. Make known your cravians pe-94 urgent was sgli sen the - -
to Fishera Grocery Departmeat e fam. ..oa d --n. a . .

your mind and get yout reserved aet I L I t room of the Mthist -. ..""-" .... ;. ,.-.
tickets froam the Ocalre wewa Company ztaedea _y,. atumn,,,nesms at SS e'd

Nenys aId La Iserse two new The PH0d IS Jb t8 &i'^^ 5a e S?


perfumes at the Postafaes" Drug- 4 d~ and wteeksts
m ~ wAm1%fstem mn ~ e
Mr. Thurlow wopwalhaein a
few days for Cwamaa, wt CM.. CV- 1W hr ablse *
mate of t0" .Mwd sfeds.winl ro- Was Thbd* rport is SUISUNbe~ .
storehftnmhtbbj I dmb4E
Mr. Ftdkabhdwe, tpbhat bond-
eor. to co..m&.alOg dea.slftbottombm Am
Mor Mr. W=N Tydan" t i. A-
to. 1e used by tuuOW-tayern i-4~a p
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embarrass sIIt n the prian at the
weMaig gMesa Sadte line won't
mrgy Aleorse O'DSL. Iatumy lIght
was- the time set for the weaithn, as
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subsne, ejuRteUGd Oe wrem I
Sowot ao a-Se tim."


she weae sd mewer mary the yoeum
man.
"He's entirely too srelem 'S '-
she said.
WATCHED Fn MM WVO
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the warki g em g- e
Salve; =&d kt I h amer ae towe
any me, beall, Kler or bue to whi
It was applied It ans rnved -u may
a doctor bilL" says A. r. Hardy, f
Eat Wffton, Malm tkS. at all drg-
stores.
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FISH AND OYSTERS


1. E. Trompkins. the olid reliable. Is
now keepilig a strivily firsit-class stal'
i-1 tl'' city twiark'-t. th'- :.st on the
right. azs yozu go liti.Ile keeps all
kindslM "f tr.s.li ieat~schoice beef.
peork, twit toi ,s-.Lt,mgngP et('. Fresh flgh
r'.ieldaily from both sult an I
tr~teh Water twi"vt.-a and ,holcirlk*Crys-
tatl Rlyer --and l ('Pelfr Kely OYI -s re-
ut-iveel by 'a-i-i train, All arw guar-
tnte'el to be trresh am nd Ine Alsore-
int-rimb' r '!f ottwant employment or
wasnt tOv('rnpl',y any one. consult me.
I K.TM~~ City Market. Ocala.

Th.rii-r is Itit e.., o ..i record of a
i ought. e'.i~ldor la gripped developing
Into' vi-tourn..nifaaft, r l'ol~y~s Honey
.sn'l Tar had heen taken. as It cures
the moost obistinate doep seated coughs
and ceilds. Why take anything else.
IS44old by all dlruggists.




LAZY LIVER
..i01 Vale4 faasruengC404 thas I W"e140"etob
w.iI,..,al O-rw. I %#tit irou'..c4 a great desl sl
t hall e-rtatc, v-'-ttl 11rmtin tomy hMtend
an tho-. is-1,s iyip ~I bri,,P I ~or og-e.,
Amen. Saiaaiet.(. Oi,rnUJI rNo. L2Falel as,. Name

best For
The Bowels


"Plea, m. Pal1atS1 Pnasns Ta*t (l oad Does .
Boeves lekem. IV --nkn or I rlw. Mr. ZJ .Mef. XMW
.'ld in bnlkk T!- annin. a ta.l mpedi 04
Usalmnteed torre "r ise .nr l.nery baek.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicagoo r N.Y. bm
ANNUAL SALE, TE MILLION BOXES








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TAX ASSOF80R'S APPOINTMENTS
I will be at the following places on
time specified to receive tax returns
for A. D. 1909:
No. February
30. Martel,. lst, a. m.
4. Cotton Plant, 1 p. n.
8. Heldtville, td. 10 a. m. to 93p. m.
24. Dunnellon, 3rd.
5. Romeo. 4th. 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
20. Blltchton. 5th. until 3 p m.
29. Kendrick. 8th, a. m.
18. Martin, 8th, p. m.
18. Lowell, 9th, a. m.
2. fReddick, 9th, p. m.
31. Fairfield, 10th. a. m.
31. Irvine, 16th. p. m.
3. Flemington. 11th, a. m.
32. Central. 12th. a. m.
32. Geiger, 12th. p. m.
22. McIntosh, 13th.
7. Shady, 16th. a. m.
21. Santos, 15th. p. m.
21. Belleview, 1lth.
23. Pedro. 17th, a. m.
28. Levon. 17th. p. m.
S. Summerfleld. 18th, a. m.
25. Candler, 19th, a. m.
9. *Oklawaha, 19th, p. m.
19. Eastlake. 20th. a. m.
19. Weirsdals, 20th, p. m.
15. Linadale. 22d, a. m.
10. Moss Bluff. 23d. a. nm.
10. Electra, 23d, p. m.
IL Lynne. 24th. to 10 a. m.
11. Grahamville, 24th. 12 a. m. to
2 p. m.
11. Conner. 24th. 2 to 5 p. m.
12. Churchill. 25th. p. m.
27. Eureka, 26th, a. m.
13. Daisy, 26th, p. m.
13. Fort McCoy, 27th, a. m.
Marsh
:7 Anthony. 1st.
2(. Sparr, 2d. a. n.
13. Pine. P. 0. 2nd, p. m.
14. Orange Springs, 3rd. p. m.
16. Citra. 4th. 11 a. m. to 3 p. m.
1. OAla, Sth .to Ssat o March.
The law requires all tax returns to
be made by 1st of April.
Postmasters will please cut out and
post this notice.
ALFRD AFTER, Assessor.
CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEES$
Following are the committees as
appointed by President J. M. Meffert
*.f the city counefl:
Finance-H. D. Stokes, chairman:
L W. Dural, E. T. IIUlvenston.
Judiciary-L. W. Duval, chairman;
T. B. Snyder. D. Melvw.
Street-J. M. Meffert, chairman: H.
C. Jones. D. E. Melver. *
Cemetery-H. C. Jones, chairman:
D. E. Mclver, E. T. lehnatoa.
Fire-A. G. Gates, chairman: H. p.
Stokes, G. A. Carmlchael.
Police-T. B. Snyder, chairman, I*
W. Duval, H. C. Jones.
Market-H. C. Jones, chairman;: G.
A. Carmichael: L. W. Duval.
Sanitary-E. T. Helvenston. chair-
man: H. a. Jones. T. B. SLuder.
Ruilding--. A. Calvmkthael, chair-
man: H. D. Stokes, A. G. (Gtes.
* Lights and Water-D. R. Melver.
ch -irman; J. M. Meffert A. G. Gates.
Always have Kennedy's Laxative
Cough Syrup handy, especially f r the
childrenn. It tastes nearly as good as
manie nuart. It emur tth eMd hw


We are needing rain very badly nad -KENDRICK
a shower would be highly appreciated We are having delightful spring like
by all. weather and our farmers are takig
A great many farmers had their fer- advantage of it by getting had roady
tiltier shipped here and they are busy for pring crops..
hauling it away and preparing to Mr.IX.. W. Ray has Jnt m bt
plant crops. Let us hope their .Arps two arem of teiSt aH easect to,
will be the best they have ever m pIt a large acreage etof aiXfatOp
A late. cold spring has be sspredilt- and watm-ele thi iebser-.
ed and I fear the truckers wI have Ow aine w maie t
a time trying to gt seds up, but that the neer saw the demamt yAr 'ae0
la Inevitable and they will have to r grw-ater at this msse of th yer
run the risk of the cold sad Mwill aon than at present
begin to plant. The Sumner Lumber Co. received a
Mr. Thomas McOahagin is in our new locomotive this week, which wil
midst again. Mr. Groff, the agent, add greatly to their output 'of l-r
has been employed for a few days ber. The ones they have beee lag
while he went to the lake to look at- wee entirely 1lg.tfleat to suply
ter his buitnese there. the mB with log. They hav reeigt-
Mr. Sol Smith, of this place, who ly extended their track at latot .
has been feeble so le, las still slow- timber belt and arte now A belisr
ly improving. He and his am have shape than ever Sor f* W g ades,
three head of horses. One Is a colt Mr. L ,. Se.kiger of Berhi, has
going on two years old, quite sick accepted a position with J. J. Gutbery
with the distemper. They think the in hie store. We extend to Mr. Seek-
cold is passed all hope of recovery, Inger a cordial welcome inato or eam-
but Will Brown, a colored man sad a munity.
horse doctor, says he thinks the colt Mr. Elmer. of CaatO.a N. Y. I
will recover as he has cared worse speadiag a few days wfith is 00-a
cases. He thinks as long as there Is Mr. 0. G. OlhL. *
life there is hope. Mrs. W 3le Rabh formerly AMD
Messrs. H. J. Morris and S. I. Willie Gatre of Oeala, bet now of
Smith went to Oeala last Meaday af- Jackonville, is visiting her isie.,
ter their meat they had ea cold stor* Mra. W. Nix.
age. They say it is vrey well and Mrs. K. 0G Davis is visiting her
they expect to always send their meat sister, Mrs. Jarman at Boetwick this
to the cold storage as it sl so much week.
better and Is not such a waste. When Miss Ida M. Wiggins visited rela-
the meat is kept at home the bones tives near Ocala last Saturday and
have to be takes out to save It and Sunday. V
then sometimes ea lees P Jall We are sorry to report the condi-
Well the TampA fair is close at tion of Mr. J. B. Webb as no better.
hand. Who nlatends going. The writer He is la a serious coadittes aad com
contemplates going, as she has some tnues to grow weaker *Vr V.
relatives down there she wishes to Mr. M.TO. Davis has bees
see.. coadertaly this week with tosts.,
(N. B.-Pleae use pen and inak:; We hope he will be himself la a few
pencil makes a mark you ema't read days. .N
well beneath an electric light-,B .) Messrm. Edwards and Hogas oat Gm-
hamville visited Mr. A. A. Olinth s
SCIENTIFIC SPANKING week.
consists In pualshment only wtea a The A. C. L, pay trat passed tht'
child is actually bad. Some mothers here Tuesday on Its regu aze thrM
think that all crying is badmns it's ronds a1d made the railroad em-
not. When a baby crits,, look for piomfee hamr.
pins or some external ease, If you -
can't find them give the baby White's Tou would N t delay taktg PbleV
Cream Vermiluge as the. chances are K mey emsedy at the ort slgaig .
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