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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
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 01 26, 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: VID03074
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
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Volme 14, No. 266.





Rooms 9. 10o and I ,
Second Floor. Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon
elfte ver mr- al ik
Phone 211
OftM Hour-4 to 12. n.; 1

Charles D. Hulbert, M. D.

ai Surgee
Oflce Second Floor The Munroe and
Chamblisn Bank Building. Ocala.
Telephones: Office. 222: Residence, 45
Offie. Hours
9-12 a. n.. 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-s20 n m.


Plans furnished
on application.


lontema Barbershop

Is Cemele With the Hotl Ofl*
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tentio nto alL Special attention to




Under takers

SAUl Work Done by Licensed Em-
S&Immers and Fui v Guaranteed.



City horse boarded by the month.
wr boarded and cared for If desired.
Ifrts, fed also by day or meal.,
Horses and all domestic animals
trated. Thoroughly 'quipped for
perAgrmal any operation.
Ue ientlSs horeshoel3g done.

L F. r. JIRANT. S.


Office Over Munroe & Chambliss'

That increase of the A. C. L.'s bus-
iness n 1"8 ot 101- -S per cent. over
that of 1W7 speaks loudly of the ad-
vancement of ou town. To more than
double its busta es with the railroad
company is phenomenal. It Is true
that the town has more than doubled
In nopulatlo and property valuation
in that tUme. and busiata s has icreas-
ed in like proportion. and not a sigle
future has been recorded. Ow mer-
chants are In better shape than they
ver have been before, and our etire
-iopulaton emey the toww's proper lty
ad are happy and e *tetud. Uo-t
of them owning their ow bsomes. Now
let us all nou to a Iake Increase.
Ia iS.-inveraem Chromlcie.
RackingIs lai *At WAY

We offer one hundred dollars re-
ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hairs Catarrk
F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo. 0.
We. the undersigned, have known
F. J. Chene-y for the last 15 years,
and believe him perbetly boeauble
In all business traI tions and anil-
clally able to carry out any oaif-
dons made by his firm.
WadeIN. Kianan & Marnts.
Wholesale Druggists, Toled", 0.
Hal's Catarrh Cure 1 taken inter-
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Testimonials free. Price 7s cents per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take
Hairs Family Pills for constipation.
The Coast Use eoffi lalyesterda
undertook to locae their .ew depot
afta r FQ- -TMA S aveut
'*iut ceaaw4 .pestlminw bhmn hMhja
ed with an 'aj eatlo". The people
propose to have their say about where
that depot shall not be bullt.-lnver-
ness Chronicle.
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble $1 bottle two
months treatment. Sold by druggists
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr.
I. W. Hall, 29s2 Olive street, St.
Louis, Missouri.
Owing to the fact that a fatal case
of hydrophobia has developed in our
city. the owners of ol dogs are here-
by requested to see that' the dogs are
carefully mussled. All dogs rianning
at large without muaxies will be killed
on tightL Fair warning!
Bv order of
You feel as If you had one face too
many when you have neuralgia, don't
tou? Save the face, you may need.
It; but gt et rid of theneuralgia by ap-
plying Ballard's Snow LJalment. Fin-
est thing in the world for rheunatism,-
neuralgia, burns, cuts, scalds, lame
back and all pains. Sold by the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore.
P-o-p-o-t-a-ta-toes. potatoes, 110 is
the number-fishel's.
Send us your prescription bnslme.
We are thoroughly prepared to handle
It. Tydings & Co.



Jaek@cewiNo 1 e0ms to Stnd Ales
Against t Naval stoWs Beat in
Favering Talaferro's Bill
Savannah. Ga., Jan. 26.-Capt.
Robert M. Hitch, who a member
of the Savannah delegation to
Washingto last week to oppose the
Taliaferro naval stores inspection
bill. returned yesterday.
He says if the present fight is
kept up the bills will probably
never get out of the hands of the
committees, without an adverse re-
port, and that in any event it
seems scarcely prolbbA tiat they,
can pass both houses of Congress
without undergoing radical
amendments which will destroy
their present mischievous and
hurtful character.
"There are two naval stores in-
spection gills now pending before
the national Congress," said Capt.
Hitch. "Both of them originated
in Jacksonville. In all material re-
spects they are substantially the
same. On of them was introduc-
ed in the Senate by Senator Talia-
ferro, who resides in Jacksonville,
and the other was introduced in
the House of Representatives by
Congressman Sparkman. who rep-
resents the Tampa district. I un-
derstand that Mr. Sparkman in-
troduced the House bill by request.
and is not particularly committed
to its support.
"The hearing before the Senate
sub-committee last Wednesday
brought out some very interesting
features. For instance, although
the bill is supposed to have been
drawn to protect the consumer of
naval stores, not a single consumer
appeared in person. by letter or
otherwise in support of the meas-
ure. -On the contrary, the Paint.
Oil and Varnish Association, and
the New York Produce Exchange
submitted very strong resolutions
protesting against the passage of
the bill. and likewise sent a per-
sonal representative who made an
argument against the bill and pro-
nounced it a useless and unwise
"It furthermore developed at
the hearing that practically the en-
tire turpentine belt, from North
Carolina to Texas, was opposed to
the bill. with the exception of
Jacksonville. It was claimed by
the Jacksonville delegation that
Tampa was sporting the bill. but
no resolution from any trade or-
ganizations in Tampa were sub-
-mittedl in support of the measure,
nor did any delegation from that
city appear to advocate its passage.
"Strong opposition to the bill
appeared, from Wilmington, Co-
lumbia. Savannah. Pensacola, Mo-
hile and New Orleans. Within
the last few days Charleston has
also registered its opposition to the
bill. We understand that what-
ever support the bill may receive
from Tampa is due to Jacksonville
influence in that city. The fight is.
therefore, substantially one of
Jacksonville against the entire
naval stores belt.
conSists In pnlalshment ly wleu a
child Is a-tually bad. onme mothers
think that all crying tI badness, Ws
not. When a baby cries. look for
pins or some external ise. If you
can't find them give the baby White's
Cream Vermlfuge as the chance. are
It is suffering from weirms wiMeh keep
it hungry and crss all the time.
Pleasant to take--smre In Its action.
Pr:k 25 cents. Sold by Anti-Monopoly




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pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elew
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track slanmping s reessy i.
stalls at McDonoghvil e #l us .
to the gambling house at T
port closed tight ad a ba.
upao the sale of.m -.:

from New Orlesank
known for year as the
of Jefferson." Here the m tat
have been frequently- ita v-
quite differently from what tl .- '
have been in the parish of OrIn --. ''-
So when the turfmen found that ,;
the Orleans parish officials *
garded betting in any -form ;,
horse races as a violation of the
Locke law, passed at the last -,
sion of the Louisiana af- /;;
they promptly moved across
river. Here a somewhat s
of the statutes was taken, Distic
Attorney L. H. Marrero, Jr., an-
nouncing that he did not think the
Locke law was being violated and
so instructing the sheriff, IL H.
Marrero, Sr.
Following this announcement
the races continued at Suburban
Park for a week, but in the mean
time a storm had been staIi &b :

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those who had been instrupub 'n'e
in the passage of the =ant6i42d i -"l'
legislation. Then canm Govert4Gr
Sander's ultimatum regarding
both the betting on the races and ,
the Southport gambling and the ti,:
report that he would send troops *
into the "free state of Jefferson"
if his orders were not bey&ed Th -
only violation of the law in Jefer-
son Sunday was called to the at-K I
tention of the governor by a news-
paper reporter who entered the
parish to investigate an alleged
lottery. He succeeded in purchas-
ing a lottery ticket..
A ftwligious Auter.'d tastemein
For several years. I was asIeds a
Twltb kidney trouble and ahut t twe -'?=.
I was suddenly stricken with a -,.
vere pain in my kidneys and .w t-
fined to bed eight days unable to geit
up without assistance. My urne eeon-
tained a thick white sedi met and I I
passed same freqhenty day ad '
night. I commenced takimng Pde's
Kidney Remedy, sad the pats gIta .
ally abated and a fnalty ee0. od .- -
my urine became normal, I Cbr
fully recommenC Pfatle's gs ey aet-
edy. Sold by an agists ..
A WISE MAN' .-. ;-?^....H|.HH
col. N. Barco hast ust .Maret
from a business trip to the B I

State, mixing some pleare w.Il, -
Iness. His principal stop -M .i
LouIsvine, Ky., and is praflie i kWe
praise of the town and its hespHatit.
He did not say whether he located
'Marse" Henry Wattersomw's manat. !
coimnsummated several lpetuat m
estate deals, which resulted I -
cessful venture. He received an ll*I-
mation that wives in Kentucky beat
their husbands for kissing their type-
writers and expresd the prpbora of
remaining the balance of hb4 day ia
ilorida. where such cUKam) peemea
dil!s are co d-aed. Clin-
Is the one who always wears a frOeW
Is cross and dlogMeO a nd 556 to"in
and sharp I Jif an serws. ae
out of tem Wasnt the peas *I
faultk If his iveW sad *d, ep a
&.-ke him fedo so '
help boing disagmaems. Ar 3 llB
danger of gettBau imleihat eeilus
Then start at oeam. U- tB h1ardfut
HBerbem for yoft Uvel-80he, a^ a-
by the Antl-MiOmin Dngteoft.
N euya andM lea 1 t -..
perfumes at tahe Po~ttoe a
store "

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ounday afternoon .bting aa-iWu
T alaha friends. T% ip a* e a
uith a Sack of oraf an aft M
41 -od wishes ft* ae *
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to call at

To refresh our esteemed contem- 22. ffhe .
porary's memory, we respectfully re-j
or him to the le of his wn M rs
published during the controversy of a W here M r&
dozen years ago, when 'with the spirit
that hedges around the sacredness of
the divine right of kings, the earth repress
was his and all the fullness therot, be-
cause Frank Harriq published the old- ^ rmu
ePt paper In Marion county, and It was r
the light of presumption for a littleT EF A
new upstart to ask for a part of the
county patronage. Time changes, but
in this particular the leopard's spots W M; *e pWM
of our esteemed contemporary remain
all wool and a yard wide, and thmoe y OU
who run can read them without a
magnifying glass.-Evening mtar. _B_,
It may be well to retaenser that m
when all the above was going oa the
editor of the Star was the business P d J
end of the Ocala Banner, and perform-
4d its oratorical spouting and did it
enthusiast icalily and majetleally.-
We are afraid that his rrent'trip to BOARD OF ,TRADE MEETING
Key West has unsettled the memory
of the editor of the Banner. In the, The Oeala board of trade held an
streuous days referred to above, the important meeting last evening in the
editor of the Star occupied the same council chamber to consider the de-
position in Ocala Journalism that he sirablllty of purchasing for general
does now. Mr. W. K. McDonald was distribution and to answer special in-
the businesss end" of the Ocala quiries about Ocala and Marion coun-
5BMan 1I ty, a number of copies of dlltot J.
N* j Brumby's special edition ot the Flor-
SJOHN L. I ida Pruit and Truck Grower, which
The. funeral of Johi' V' fi ,th. of has Just been issued from the Star
Oxford, was conducted yesterday fore- pre"
noon by the Odd Fellows of that town., It was unanimously agreed that the
he being a member of that organiza- board of trade take 1.000 copies of
tion. The funeral services were con- same. This January Issue of the Flor-
ducted by W. C. G.. Kilgore. of Wild- Ida Fruit and Truck Grower is one of
wood, as chaplain of the lodge of that the most complete and best editions of
place, who read the beautiful service a paper ever issued about Marion
of the order from the ritual. The fun- county. It tells all about our late
eral was the largest ever noted in Ox- county fair, our produce and resources
ford. It is almost a mile to Pine Level and is the thing "for every man in
cemetery and the head of the proces- Ocala and Marion county, when he
slon of carriages had reached the has an inquiry about Oeala or Marion.
cemetery ere the last vehicle left the to get a copy and send to the inquir-
town. i ng party or parties. It will be money
t w .I .- -

in their pockets to do so. We shall

Rev.T.have more to nay about the Issue in
Rev. T. I Cooper, of Interlachen. is the near future.
now a resident of Crystal River. oc-
cupying the Methodist parsonage. He Mr. Talbert. of Washington. D. (C..
will hold services here, at Lecanto, and Mr. Durant. of Chicago, are in our
Homosassa and Citronelle. giving each city taking testimony with reference
place one Sunday a month. The Meth- to an alleged infringement on a pat-
odist..pulpit has not been filled bere ent of a machine used by the Oxford
for some time and the members-wel- Crate Company in its up-to-date
come Rev. Cooper to their flock. Quar- plant. There are fine haired patent
,terly revival services will begin about lawyers and the evidence is being tak-
-Abe 22nd Inst.. and all are cordially en before Col. Geo. W. Hyde, notary
Iirlted.-Crystal River News. public.-Crystal River News.
Rev. Cooper in years gone by was
a resident of Flemlngton and one of MIND YOUR BUSINESS
IUt Industrious farmers. About ten
years ago he consecrate- himself to If you don't nobody will. It is yours
the cause of Christ. since which time business to keep out of all the trou-
he did missionary work In Levy coun- ble you can and you can and will keep
ty. (ben Lake edunty, etc. He, Is a out of liver and bowel trouble if you
good man and we wish him success, take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
In his new field. keep bitiousness, malaria and jaun-
dice out of your system. 2Sc. at all
That Crystal River is getting to be drugstores.

a tourist city a few Items from the
Crystal River News testify. Colonel
Witham, president of 100 banks, At-
lanta, Col. W. E. Simmons and wife,
of Lawrenceville. Ga., Dr. Floyd W.
McBae, a famous surgeon of Atlanta.
and W. LH Hartman and family. of
Stlem. Va.. are enjoying the fine fish-
ing and boating of that section.
Hon. H. W. Long of Martel. was In
town today to attend a meeting of the
stewards of the M. E. church of this
district. He reported the quarterly
conference Saturday and Sunday at
St. Johns church a great success. He
said Preslding Elder T. J. Nixon
preached to the largest congregation
seen there for years. At night ser-
vices were held at Martel, Rev. Nixon
preaching to a large audlencq,
Messrs. Slaughter and Foxworth of
Levon, who were In town yesterday,
purchased a splendid pair of mules
from the Tompkins, Cobb Co., to use
in their turpentine business, the two
being partners in the operation of a
naval stores plan

Jas. R. Moorhead speaking of his
experience last week at Dunnellon
when his rea was Invaded and all
hi loose change was taken from his
pocket, said he knew nothing of the
theft until next morning at breakfast,
when Mr. Vidal of the Port Inglis com-
miulary, told Mr. Moorhead that he
had had luck the night before. When
questioned for the cause, he said his
room had been entered and all his
money taken, some $4. It flashed across
Mr. Moorbead's mind that he noticed
when he got up the lower sash of the
window In his room, which he put
down the night before, was up and his
Pants that he hung across the chair.
were thrown on the seat, and feeling
in his pocket he found all his change
wa Von. In examining the porch.
the tracks made by a bare foot were
plainly visible at the window to the
rooms entered. Who committed the
robbery Is a mystery. Whether done
by some one In the house or an out-
sider Is not known.

Our altruistic friend. Mont. Atkin-
son was In town Saturday from his
Oldtown plantation and said in all his
years In Marion county, over 40. he
never saw such unpreeeodentedly glor-
taus weather. Mr. Atkinson is deeply
interested in the address WilUUam J.
Bryan will make at the Tampa fair
opening, and may go down to hear

Baseball Isto very popular In the army


Full fry ...... ... ......... ..... 40c.
Half fry ... ... ... ... ... ... 25c.
Milk Stew .... ... ... ..... ... 32 c.
Plain Stew .... ..... .... .......30c.
Dozen raw .... .... .... ....... 25c.
Half-dozen raw ..... ... ... ... 15e.
At any hour from 5 a. m. to 10 p. m
every day in the week. Opposite _
C. L passenger devot.

Is or should be worried when the lit-
tle ones have a cough or cold. It
may lead to croup or pleurisy or
pneumonia-then to something more
serious. Ballard's Horehound Syrup
will cure the trouble at once and pre-
vent any complication. Sold by the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
If yon will take Foley's Orino Lax-
Ative until the bowels become reg-
ular you will not have to take purga-
tives constantly, as Foley's Ortno Lax-
ative positively cures chronic consti-
pation and sluggish liver. Pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.
A remarkable roll call was had in
the J. B. Culpepper revival meeting
at St. Petersburg Sunday. Every
state In the Union was represented.
except California. This fact shows j
the wide popularity if that winter re-

A great many people nave kidney
and bladder trouble, mainly due to
neglect of the occasional pains in the
back, slight rheunmatic pains, urinary
disorders. etc. Delay in such cases Is
dangerous. Take DeWltt's Kidney and
Bladder Pill They are for weak
back, backache, rheumatic pains and
all kidney and bladder trouble. Sooth-
ing and antiseptic, and act-prompt-
ly. Don't fall to get DeWltt's Kidney,
and Bladder Pills. Accept no subati-
tute. Regular size 50c. Sold by the
Antl-Mempoly Drugstore.
Pitching quoits in St. Petersburg Is
the biggest drawing card of amuse-
ment In that popular tourist city. The
ground is occupied from dawn to
dark. No man can pitch unless he is
over 50. One party made four rings
There ts no ease on record of a
cough, cold or la grippe developing
into pneumonia, after Foley's Honey
and Tar had been take as it cures
the most obstinate deep seated coughs
and colds. Why take anything else.
Sold by all druggists.


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his tea .. ...SI

11 tei .Miss Mary Gale, eUelrW...,
M r. Mary BevllRte.,BuA1;
NNW May Itot. a.,... .
Mrsi. W H. Bickley. Welrao
Miss Naanle Perry, P *efw.'.
Y TX T I'lr> Miss lllle Pasteur, mbsbo.' 7",
Y-| V 11LL Miss Mabel McLatk baiMdr.. Tin
Miss Mamie Thornm, 3~)dete 6"
Misp Dora MorrtisOft, it.r ... 61%'
Mrs. P. K. amoa. ok, sa 6.
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Washington, Jan. 26.--CG lem lr TUm L l
tonight and Wednesday: cooler .t be "'
north portion tlnight_ "- -
For health n4 happlaesDeWitt sh ldSU4p
Little Barly Risere-snii Weith.*"'
easy, pleasant, ttOe liver pl1 W the
best made. Sold by the Ant -M dp- s
oly Drugstore. Up co ls. k i 't 24 ee:- '
oy Drstore. pleasant to the tais a" Jw l
Friday will be Arbor D)ay and wemilk.Cb&4 thn 1-111i
understand that the primary depart- tlL Sod by ald s S
ment of our public school wi e fae .Ask today. Det s
rate the same by planting trees Ask today- Dewf ;--'f-
around the handsome new school lot .
and building. The trees will be p-
plied by the Woman's Club ana plantP T aMr.T ,. .ll
ed under the auspices of M -r. Jake Talaha=t e rved. n 11W t
Brown, who has charge of that kind dfraym. emn e tta
of work. "reel aA e ed eIa tri". .-
Blfllnagley Will hMae e.4py e the.
SEVEN YEARS O PROOF Comanche for New Yet, 'where -Al-
will take a special cottee Is expre
"I hav had seven years of proof sion. From there he will go to Wash-
that Dr. King's New Dicovery is the inton for special law study, before
best medicine to take for coughs and returning to his home In Florida,-
colds and for every diseased condi- TAres-tUnin" 4
tion of throat chest, or lungs," says Time -Union.
W. V. Henry. of Panama, Mo. The Mr. Billingsley is a Marion coWaty
'world has had thirty-eight years of youth, was born and gew to nMi
proof that Dr. King's New Discov- at Reddick. where he flow is interlag
.-ry is the best remedy for coughs And ed in a stock harm. Hw e rea4 lew wlth
colds, la grippe, asthma, hay ever, Hon. W. K. Zewadwk OCal, h
bronchitis, hemorrhage of the lungs, went. to Jacksonville fo i-ratied "Sap '.
and the early stages of consumption. later went to JackwonvWile *% k Ii
Its timely use always prevents thed4.- was conlwcted with tfe attonweynest*
velopment of pneumonia. Sold under erars office under Attorney General
guarantee at all drugstores. t. and Ellis. Mr. Blllingsley has many fried"
$S. Trial bottle free. In Ocala who predict a bright tuttsr
for him.

erance you wou ld desire to10 nave
an audience with a furnisher of the
interior. Make known your cravings
to FIshel's Grocery Department. Fone
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Editor Tom Appleya4d, whoi i i lk.
Columbia county exhl~t at state
fair In charge w Mtt HkWe6 in -4inWg*

.-- bthe biggest 'posr n u i s til
Ctabe e he has named Billy Taft '.
Many little lives have been saT.
Poley's Honey and Tar fr '"
o ldM, croup and whooplay eows-
Pf l is the only safe ready o *,
Plum P and ldren as t contalma i pS
or other" naerctc dnag & ,a
Caid HimPu i realke oMley's Howney ad Tar. -;
fat mothers keep a botl tise i hamme
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W W -Ex-Mayor Barksdale of
I i Relifh ~ was in town yesterday and r
a Rthe business condition of the P&6 -
Sphatr city had undergone a
Tomato C thtny change since the phphates
shut down. It seemed mor libe Sftu
Mandalayday every day now that so auy -
had been laid a4% but be hoped
Mtfshtoos the month work would be resumMe.

..A. prt N oM ethe
F-each Peas -Inwtody r.n 'J1
drums am* heideals guarba"ted ner
the Po ue Pod Law. .Th ul e "ae'

tfrhe Davis & -ad
ab* .thereK.,the
PHOE M P riest
Port McCoy
I ---- In town today as" wte.6 tes -
Harmon Hall case, Mr. Hall rtlam g
suit against the 5. P. Rents Lamber BA. ,n pa e
Company for kilng Moe of his ow .N
F i t t wurd M'ta ai .-fa .....
SRemed at the a t
.or bladder troaMe if you To-
Chat Uselect Miet result f St
Remedy fesm
For 8 3 Solby:aU
-TheM ral of Cartes wea

Show CaSe.r coMIty. S A
F ahnes, of Tagpa,'^ the e.

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100- and 26c. THE JAR.

Some folks think that become we4
ae .o old-maidish is our cafMialme
.gauding everything we do. ad a r
himIaNg we sell that they can't bay little.
priced candy bere.

They ree 4 10c.
tied goods-a.way< a& fresh as morning
dew--scipiy exzerllent.
Why litle-prcet camily i, a hobby of
Sorts. We sell tons and toas of it-
:S pure. wholem.e candy-sot the
lnghly oored., pretty-to-look-at-sort.,
ark you. but bet esot caundy.
N Nlr'S--lwars fre.h. Uncle*
* SmK charges but IC. an ounce to carry
it -aywhere. A I to 5-im ad bo ge
J7 express uyawhre in U. S. for e

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We have just received from the
markets. TWO CARLOADS of the
bent 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: farm horses. saddle horses and
driving 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 ,t.u as cheap as any one In the
e'unity. Come in early and make
your selections.

A large Red Duroc Jersey boar, will
weigh about 500 pounds: strayed
about January 10th. A reward will be
paid for his return or Information,..f
his whereabouts. J. D. McDuffy, Ocala
Fla. 1-25

'-"' Meft N NW 1- *Me ,
The great nerve and brain restora-
fa r men and women, produces
-t'ength and vitality, builds up the
system and renews the normal vigor.
For ask by druggists or by mall, S1
per- be 4 beael feg $. Sold by thMb
AntI-Monopoly Drugstore.

If you are not perfectly satisfied with
the quality of your mUk and the ser-
vice you are receiving, try the Hlia
watha Lake Dairy's milk and methods.
WANTED-A second band roll top
desk. Large one preferred. Address.
Desk. care of Star. 1-22-It
Two post cards 25c. Mill's Studio.


25 p otam, 2. mr. s -------u S W u l fJ

Do you like codbth? yae Fishers. a

Two post cards li2. M ir Stadia. N R5
Wks meet this .vealWg.

lm ) -- A- nies. He d.i a r
O.dd Fellows meet tonight. Y f t a. s' d t116 '| ll i
*WHY --.o f12.- e lI" !
Two poat cards 2 I Ml .s St"a tdio ---- l ZIta5 I
-- d I dM *to m- a Uette ost.
Eagles meet tomorrow evelng. a g I0 Il ia n t. onewst h r -
Mr. G.^ W. Ellis ~ w, ~ U fqjy~ ~to running a rallrosa
Mr. G. W, Eoll otf MacoI. at the! ie a t e a
Ocala Houne. ha ft 's A.N& a wed for t
FOR RKNT-A Saix-roam cottage. i WA -Is ke o Vb engineer. '
Apply to Mrs. R. D. u lerN f a f M y T Mr. Moore has a r g ges
Srn ocala and there Is ba
J. P. Moer of Plant City. Is at theM baaea im here, probably n Me a
Ocala A. all, tuat existed wh be easte to this

Get club rates on magasites at the Sol *t by e C Mi>it *i
Ocala New;s Co. 1--tt business with the Oeala
P O t oA f n v Works ,and from that to the Carmi-
Mr. Ed McElmurray of Jacksonville I 131' I U U V chael liquor house. Later he went
is a guest of the Ocala House. I [ 1 with Maurice Straus. taking char-of
T T0 the shipping department a reamiM-
Herrings are fine. We have them *d with him for a number to y4M ,
fresh. Fishers. He was then offered .a better ,ji&
with the CaDrmehaq *
Mr. W. B. Gallagher of Tampa Is at Mrs. A. C. Heggle who is the dem- take cl-rge of)
the Ocala House. onatrator for the Tetley Tea Co. tad Qrler *1 5 i..l
O att nba been drawing te a t the ],Ael w thhat
The latest thing in valeotie poet stone &S & Pasteur Campay ft liotJ.
cards at the Ocala News Co. days, to many interested -lts= = '. Ze.u m i a
very kindly and generously dOatut iag" -qua
There were 49 arrivals at the Ocala quite a number of pounds of her corn- be not only ihas e
house last. a t a el a pany's excellent teas to the Kns's I sple" d e atrat. t2
S. Daughters and also the Woman's Club terbet. ,
P-o-po-t-a-ta-toes. potatoes; 110 s 1for which she has been tendered the Johnnie Moore an s bl- O -
the number-Fhihel's. sincere thanks of both organizations. him, is said to be the bet
order whisky man In this part
Mr. and Mrs. BI. LI tle. of Cht- Mr. W. D. Cars. whoi will have state. He knows the btsimeads he i
Sre sre-ts ot the Octa Ho es chrg of the Marf -exh", .. bh ends of it so"agg
cago. are gue sts of I the Oc ala H ou se s awt m tate A 2t Ta pa *tWMo uo Wed -bb i N
w-.- tate ar. ht e wll lad he B t and a,.tatnn o eora 4-.
WANTED-16.00 people to have oeaett spit
their pictures taken at M~i Studio. Maay' w "o a l t 'hs La ot ater
display. e coaaty ta he t a
Buckwheat, shredded wheat at-: tr4datrr pointers. -Ink. .a'
meal, just in. Fathers. Two post carts 5e. Mr Studie a_-kde o aUd ,i
the an 5tner1aUT* ln at o
Anything tn the statoery line at alwys geta rem l. ..
the Ocala News Ca. Mr Moo" "y2 4 the
Mr. E. H. Mlote went down to his, tance in te tate t*o i
fine orange grove at Leeaburg today. enormous s bulMea and heU-- ofm..
hido It n oand te ty of iWK tena
Mark, maker, mackerel fsh at' him and the liberty to ahi-tt '
Fishelrs. : business Just as he thtin t. B
h .. BIs untiring in hisK energ. thwregW4
~1pra4ial, does not drink at*all awl
FOR SAL.--At city pound, stable, will osceed wherever he ai l
fertilizer, 5ec. per load, cash. 1-26-lm' _W.ESM... r. Moored wh h-le pa. to
--;- i CHILDRUE'IS EYVE Mr. Moore will move le, feunly to thM
Mr. Brewer, the Romeo tumpentine If your child is backward in lhisi am- in a few m. .ths, s.a. -
operator, was in town today. studies-does not like to stedy, or as ke pulng eye teem to leave tve
symptoms of headache, you witlb. bpreb place le has kno-rau and iI" .
Oatmeal. shredded wheat, buck- ably find that there i -some little eye long and build-up a new be- am .
w-heat, just in. Fishers. eroube. make new friends in a stawoge ity c,
but he wil do It. too
There may be no outward signs of but e do t
Use Plank' Chlll Teae. Guaran-, a defect, yet the eyes should be ex-
teed. Price 25e. old by all druggists. amined to make sure there Isa no fault T*Wo pos)t cards 25c. MiMF Staudl.
In them.
Herrings are fine. We have them WE GIVE SPECIAL CARE TO col. W. N. Camp, who was painflaty
fresh. Fishers. CHILDREN'S EYES bruised Saturday by being throw^
fDR. D. M OY from his buggy. i able to he out
SFancy calendars for .111 at half again.
price at the Ota News Co. Eyesight Speiast.
Ocala. Fla. t-
Maek. maker. mckerel fish at Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. mn. and 25 photos. 25c. Mir. Studio. tae
;lahel's. 1:30 to 4:30 p. mn. Optical office and : tli
Laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block Mr. Vining. the former hotel man m
at Seabreeze, is now In charge of the oft
Mr. H. C. Prie a . Bergln, n Jefferson. the swelltey West he tel- 1t
of McIntosh, wete guests of the Oeala -There has been quite a contest on Jefferson, the swe nr West estel- at
House last night among the salesmen of the Teapot ry. ne is meein wIth erred -m B.
Grocery to see which wpd d ispose cess in his new venture. M
If you are getting pure Jersey 'milk the greatest number bf pounds of Two post cards 25c.. Mils Studio.
from tested cows you are getting it Tetley's tea in a given number of
from the lawallts Lake DI&r%- days. V. F. Hays won the prise. Tet-
ley's teas are so well and favorably J. H. Randolph, the Chase a Sa- t
Mr. Mabe Phillips with his mother, known to our tea drinking people that born representative, passed through *
Mrs. T. J. Phili's were in town to- 'people need not be told of their vir- Ocala today on' his way to LeeaIba.
dap shopping. tues to use them. where he resides.
FOR BALE-My household fural- The Hiawatha Lake Dairy supplies 25 photos, 25c. Mill's Studio. tee
twe. Please call and Inspect same. only pure Jersey milk and cream Re
Abe Brown. -1-23 j from tested cows, and the product ia Mrs. James Pyles and her grandson, chu
handled in a scientlic, sanitary man- Marion Lummus, went down to pan
Mr. A. E. Delmeet has treated his ner. I-M-tf Brooks-ille this afternoon to v~ist s
handsome residence In the fourth friends. e
ward to a coat o' paint Perchance you would desire to have
San audience with A furnisher of the Mrs A. J. Leavengood, after a vi t t
FOR RENT-Seven room house in Interior. Make known your cravings to her sons and daughters hr OfN. bl
second ward; hbr' and cold water. Ap- to Fisherl Grocery Department. Pone returned to her home at Stae thte W
ply to box 585. l-0-tt .IL 1-22 afternoon. 1
The stork bas visited the home of Dr. H. C. Groves d une up yesterday# Do you like codish? Pane ]hb3l. ,
Mr. and Mrs. lite Miller, at Martel, from Tampa to look after business .. .
and left a baby girl. matters here for a day or two. He re- Monday night Smithl C.kma r-. =
O p n tw ports business Improving in Tampa laid and -,msioated ather fSahlU
One peund or paper and two p-'-s and said laat Saturday was one of the-at Port Inglis. The asMaesib
f envelopes, very i ast grade, or C best days experierneed in trade for a escape, but a pack of blood d am e
cents at Tydinag & Co. 'year. He said the dma od for tampa on his trailt .

U 7o" tobe abstabs.
rvU~rfrom hombe"-
ofts, havv bdnting Spell
.l4 bm frtful? Yo~cUr ze
the Xmat Uver irquaio~r.

Xmr.L 04 Monlsnb. 1None-
ftv6Texa.%&witca: tI ave
sufrdfor you= ree n owme

So='01 R~masib


cigars was growing and the output .
Miss Geneva J arrived yesterday and is the gueat of attalaed before the late panic. their guests from Clacln-~ai ,l. .-
Mrs. J. B A. aes. Mrs. Hare and Mr. and Mtk kig".
PhysiclatsV prer WpcMWtS family re- left this afternoon for Tampa., where .
R. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksemnflle,; epes, al e.rae far Wm.dices h ed -they will spend the remainder of the
handle silk typewriter ribbonsa TIe. under paoltIe a at the AAU ll-week cruising about the waters of the
e*ach: 57. per dooen. Meonaspely DrnI ag *. OaIOy R Gae o the yacht Hisibor., as the
Meroums e atm abes 2 h swguets of Mr J. -ft Cait&B o .-the
Mr. Roie E tW is e a a a 4p- '"ah wep- m -'
visit ftM his vIstha 0sa k isf ter. They.Wteta. parity| M4 l:. gdree the
'are guests ot taul OeaiAHouse. ewpt
The W. C. T. U. wibollIts 408
Nee and La aessem. two sew meeting tomrow after t ast photo "e. A" -
penreUa at tie Pstoloee Drug- Methodist church at S e'cdL & l A r
Sturm attenPe-ce is daeire- *

Mr. FP La tland of Sumterville, Is FOR SALt-- fine Dwoc Jer
tramnsacting beWines In Ocala for a piga. ready for delivery nor. ft
feiw days. $s Ridge & Gime fBeelefiw, a.
Sponges. spiags, direct from the
tseheries. Plfes that surprise, at the The Star regrets to learn that 3
AntI-Monopely Drnatere. Most. Atlinion. of Oldtown, met a
quite a serious accident to. hi
Dr. Sylvan Mekrey returned to Or- by the runanl away tf a horse
lando eMnday after a abost delightful was driving, hrtunately. br. I.
day- -visit here with friends. Blitch chanced to ece am -m at
(tnme of the Injury and rendered Wi
Bare yea set the new visible Far- cal aid.
-141es typewriter? R. C. Davis & Cor
general ageita. We have a nmot esxqulatte J


4odkcitis. Shm- fro
lRuenee of the oiata
om matma srionds


.r. e. I an n me
Mr. J. J. Gerig, wife and baby re- fereat pieces. T-e Alti-Mepe N -
turned this afternoon from their visit Dritore.
to fri ads at Newbery. & 1 ] AC.t
SDr. & H. Bt.tch was afed t .
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Weston have as lstOm this amrtanl to assist la a` _
their guest Mr. Westen's nephew of lag the broken be of a youth e 1 the
PhUadelphia name of J..A. Hawkins.
New Ito th time t m ato t yew gar- Dr. Todd and bb sona, membiD of t t
de. We h av s ot gardea- the Atlanta and Homoeaasa i Wa f .

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lee asemem at the *V(
kift Wil be the
rch. wi8l em.t e ,
achbtng tonight an e pmi
ore subject aMad eoatisl tl sa4
t tomorrow evtg. Ile s l
a lT Inted to atteMAl the a
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k e pe idl v meb e ei n IPv-eit 1 a811 M jm a
W g m ebg d m ei asambf fwr -the .l -
modwm we % hi it 11-0pw` -mbee.
pepo t&e eIem hrb@Ws s eem" rmieldd pi
d-ely pamldesek we be m i laoremdem
syem. _____. wo w m m t imm
aoD mm book=% ----who *-*-m
olr RW fmftIme dsfmwf9g *insdinn
yes, n o ho -~ -
M& oftow Mh*Wmof OW ftmhb, d--m

ada pmumoo* am bth MWai Ajf eAd fM&&i

This wedd-&msed uspe~s for women's weankuasinwed pecuiar simoos Is
a Poe 9~Ovess of Ow the hic" at mive moeuinal Iesitheuta drop
of aledW slmltsmake-up. Alitseahgeieaft prift~d isplabe anitbs
berie-wrapper siad wasod under oath. Dr. Piciss dm iwWW
deed br i is I rmelehwing that it vill be foud to..eaeyb
base agwas knows toethe most edvamed meicel saiwm ad -iA d
eabeebe .1of y forherohe em.,oflwomen.'s peculiair weaksmmseda~md es
v Tow wiedto Law more about the cmpoeatioa gMd p 0 edm
-urofea els e"Favocite Psiapiioa," sead postal cardnWelt to Dr.
3I. V. P~i se, dlooNo Y., for his trm bookleSt aetfiag of same or, beattur -
mod i31 owe-ed tapsfr dloth-ovwd copy of Dr. Pilues's Common
Ernie Mded Advsar w, revised op-to-daw E 56Mm, 1008 pedso.
You me: ~edto F iep esa substitute for this remedy#f hae e
- d is a anse scem of -r"--s asw pu .aeid. Don't do it. It isIwe wal
heUW but issdmpvas to do so.



BY USING----------------





ElcticlSupply Hous

no XMud Torn Rbi Atp BoDqhtmd v which Ibee=
Ina ue1r Mova ymn, eas brme n the igntur. of
M ad ha ibeeat" deuadler his per-
snmalsumper v auminceits infancy.
Dow ne ome to deceive you In thid.
Al CoIunterfeits, Imitat omsadJu"t- s-good" are but
mlt that trile wfth S ad l daer the health f
taboeo a gmga dapg ]zpedin&

Sa oto a %m- IA dMate for cor Oil, Pae0
l Dro" amd 8oafmg SyrMps. Its Pte.mat. It
tels neither OpiIn Kerphine nor other NNarcotO
bdite. It#age o ijs guarantee. It destroys Worm"
a"Ml a Sao&y P vr m. It cureM Diarrhoea and Wind
CNe. It nrleewe e.ethimg Troubles, curem CoUislpa
a P y. It M t the Food, reuAtes the
Stmagah Mit Beweb4, giving healthy ad atuaral sleep.b
Th.ChIUb .' PMi IgeMtrs ir'lead.


The 11Kid You Hae Always Bougt

In Use For Over 30 Years.

Cold Storage of Meats


November 1st

We will begin receiving meats for curing and cold
storage. We are prepared to handle properly all
the meat that is brought to us for storage. We
are better prepared in both facilities, equipment
and-experience to give our patron a frst.edas
ervioe. Bring us your meat. We promise y'o


Al-,4 f

RI J. KighA LeOeO Uasuy .g a$

JacksonrlUe, Jan. 24L.--Fillab to
appear either In pers or by attr-
ney. R. J. Kalght, of Crystal ar,
Pla.. lost a suM K a the t sdral .et
yesterday, asfibe alaltiR, the Whe*
ida Syndicate, as M lish o nmpa,
was awarded a Jin .te n.

The de &ft t" tee MA
of the time et tor trial tof e
but for some 0it4 m h
ed to appeParIn
claimed th
and tent h 'i.~e r
county, lekaB by alasb In m4.
The syndicate further altaeid &t
the land was leased for a p sri s
twent.- years, and that friote at
of the lease only see rar's roel ha-
been paid. Attorneys Toung & AdAlrs
and Senator D. U. Fletcher represent-
"d the plaintiffs. The lease and cor-
rsponldence between the parties to the
suit was introduced as evidence. and
William Moore /Angus and Walter
Munklow,. reprenMhg the adiiate.
gave testinEmy. B lteatla* a nm
Judge James W. Iaceas, the jury ryst
the verdict as stated.

Death and Burial of Mr. Jom L. Smith
Mr. J. C. Brown of Tampa, former-
ly citizen of our town, was on our
streets Saturday, accompanied by his
littl- son. Curtis, greeting his many
f' jnds.
Mr. Tom Caruthers, a native of Ox-
ford. but for many years a ironlde"t
wood merchant of Tampa, cm e -p
Saturday to visit reltves and.triieds
All famtoig operate* are. going
along now fll drive, weather ani
season being favorable.
We are pleas to note tat Mr.
Morris, who has been so msik with
typhoid for some weeks, s able to be
out on the Xtreetu.
Messrs. J. C. Brown and Ter Car'-
uthers returned to Tampa Sunday, af-
ter a brief visit here.
Marshal Torlan, of Leesburg, was
in town Thursday a-nd Friday, visit-
ing Mrs. F. S. Hammons.
Mrs. F. S. Hammons gave a recep-
tion Thursday last In honor of MKin
Grace Torian of LeeebuMl, who Is vis-
iting with them. The reception was
well attended by our young people, and
was a most enjoyable occasion to all
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kirk of Wild-
wood. were visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lavelgne Sunday.
Mr. Fred Bogue of Miami, Fla., is
in town visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. S. Bogue.
Mrs. Elizabeth Dias is in Bowling
'"reen at the bedside of her brother.
Mr. Thomas J. Perry, who is very low
from a stroke of paralysis.
The painful duty falls upon us to
chronicle the death of Mr. John I.
Smith, after a few weeks' sickness
with typhoid fever. John was a most
estimable young man in allR expects.
and his death Is a distinct lose to the
community. The Immediate family,
consisting of his mother, Mrs." Blas
Smith, two brothers, Wm. H.-and T. 'a.
Smith, of this place and Mrs. B. P.
Borden and Mrs.' A. P. GilIneread
Mrs. Leon Griggs of Ocals, were pres-
ent and had been for some days in
anticipation of his death. Mr. lmith
is survived by his wife, a daughter
of our townsman, S. L. Griggs. to
whom and to all his family coumnec-
tions our sincere sympathy goes oat.
The interment took place at the
family burying ground in Pine laevl
cemetery, Monday, the 25th.
Several personal letters received in
this community last week from the
three widely scattered points of Ore-
cgon City. Oregon, Connecticut Valley.
near Hartford, and Columbia, report
the hardest winter in these localities
for ,'ver 20 years. Hard to realize
below zero temperature, Ice. etc., while
you are enjoying the delights of
balmy spring in the shade of newly
opened foliage, or mopping yewar
p.'r.lpiring brow, after a very few
minutes' physical exertion with hoe or
plow. isn't it. I- wouldn't swap the
sunshine and sweet breezes of Florida,
however, for the snow, ice and be-
zards of the other fellow, evea with
the scenery of twitterland thrown ta
for boot, would you?
W E Arnold went In fkil 'A


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I wil b. at t ihe
tim A .p-el 14 t ki b1 re, .A
& A. D. 1 :W .
No.. Pek -.:
S. Martel, 1t a. a. t
4. Cotton Plant, I _P.
6. Heldtvllle, 24, 10 am. to 1 p.I ..'
24. Dunnellon, 3rd.
S. Romeo, 4th, .11a. a. .
20. Blitchton. Sth, ntI
25 Kendrick. Sth, a. .
18. Martin, 8thp mi.
I. IArWell, >th, a. O. .W--

31. ilrfleld+ 1th, a. o.
31. Irvine, 101h p a
3. Pieningtoma, f1tb a, .
M. Central, 12th, a 4. -
32. Geiger, 12th, p,
n2. McInteoh, I. !"..
7.. Shady. .
IL Saatmsll h",pum

2. ammeden, Nth

1 IastlakeMe, 16th, a.
18. Esirekak, pth. a.. ,.... .
1 a f.lawde. SSO, a2 w

1.. L.ada e.. 2.,+i
11, Grahamvflte, 2, iaM
2 1P : ^--+y
I. Conner. 4th, I to 6 ;:
12. Chuchil 29th, p, a. m.,'
27. Eureka, 2th. a.
13. Daisy. 260th. p. a.
1. FPort McCoy, 27th. Ia.
7. Anthony. ILt.

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26. Sparr, Zd,a...aL i *-
13. Pine, P.0.2n4.m w I
14. Orange Sinige~ to.
Tbot aw req ~e ll o
'be ma&e by Ist of AavIL.
Pwo~bo.keaste awil casect
post, this fiasti


nesday for medical treatment, a EW -f Vow.
been ill for about six weeks, a.d -in IWte 5i
that time has loat fesi to te eateSt plitamt 4 4.|
of 65 hounds. It ft to be hope tat -kmidbm at
a trip to Ocala win reult Ita the ,i f eta1 m, B AI
gainil* of his beaelth.-4inverne der? Hive ',
ChroniuIe. of the face .
Too" ftUen a mi to ram e
HOW 18 YOUR DiGESTION It so. W.illma d Iyrc.WP wvl ee
Mrs. Mary Dowling, of No. 2= g&r -., = .-7...
Ave.. San Ftanisco r en Nd m ni '' "' '
remedy for stomatl treUbJl I A
says; "Gratltude gte the .
effect if Electric BftterIn a. seeftm AX,. 6ie a1l I*3 t"
acute lndlgesuioa prapts p" 7 1thus r
timonlal. I am ly .t.covleefit a Stat m- A r
for stmirac and liver trembias
tri Bitter is the belt rmedy ....
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