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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 27, 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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Volume ID: VID03075
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Some cases of rabies begin with
paralysIs, hid ng under the house and
Inability to swallow, and die ulekulck-
as earty as the second or third day.
Thes e ses are very awe.
For a dog to recover tfr rabies to
almost -a 1erd of. What should be
done vwitb a W'4t..ouw de6?
Oe.'t Kill the D "
Send for a competeat veterinarian
ad also notify the board of health.
Do't kill the do. Lose no time but
proceed to shut the dog up or tie him
with a chair or a place o9 bale wire
in a comfortable o ee, where he may
be fed. watered and watched eareful-
ly for a wee or ten day.U If this is
not done promptly, the dog may es-
cape and the knowledge that mad dog
is at laWW i wll pfode a panic in the
vicinity. If ieveternarlIan decades
that te ani~alas rabies, le can be
klillk, and the bead expressed to a
lafttory for examination. A valua-
lile dog need anot be destroyed -simpty
because It hit some ome. Biting is a
dog's natural and tastdactire means
of defense. Moreover, a d g killed
early In the disease does not show
the evidence of rabes--the Negrt
bodieo-as the brain and card very
sacZ.ktoilly to the laboMato y micro-
scopigt. The laboratory experts them
tto be on the safe teO must, Iject
rabbits with bIts at this suspected
doAT bdain aat spiti cord. It takes
at least fourteen -Aa f tr Ipec-
than to produce Nsls In the. rabbits.
Dur V thls tlm I- bittten perso ip
in suapewase evt f*0h he Is taking
the Pbseer tt"O~Mmat.
The period t bfl*atlfl L e.. from
the time oef owet t.aperaM e of st
syn s Ist.As- to a~sty

D.Ona Immth .-e slHieuier n or
hnemaiatka. k is-beb d tho

Tai t e de-

a ek th aAs -th. Ra-

by the dog and the Individual so
treated may never develop hydropho-
bia. but it counts for nothing. Quite
the reverse, the bitten person results
in a false sense of security and should
i the disease develop.a1 ted

o the a ge.

Symptoms of rabies: 1st, i
of disposition. 2nd. change- or vi .
2rd. inability to swallow. 4th. tIeau
home and returning exhaste aibd
emaciated. S aralya (i p
of Jaw, th. *wowtE ain
substances, as woi,-s a etc.'s, '
What to do If a do4 is suspicle"o:
Notify board at helsithr : oc a.
tie the dog th a entmertaba 1
with a piece of bale wste or eh"
Free use of the lorias- HamWlt Notes
has been made In preparitng this ar
tile. (Siged): ,
City Boarid ot alth.

We offer one hundred dollars re-
ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
i Cure.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
We. the underslmgod, have knewx'
r. J. Cheney for the hsit 15 -

-lahy able to carry .6
tinM made 1, his b*ru-
Wa4ldag, 'KiaM & f

Ha&ls Catarrh Cute is takes t tr- ,
nally, acting directly upon the blood.
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Tesnoanis free. Price 75 cents per
boGe. Sd by *al druggts. Take
olws Pamily Pll for oustlptsn.

Cleveland, Jan. 27.-Mlayor To -'
4. Johnson, although supposed to be
politically dead so far as the mayor-
alty Is concerned by the failure of his
three-cent fare operation of the city's
traction system, is to try for the may-_
oralty next fall. 'He begans b cam-
paign yesterday by, taking- oat peti-
tion blanks for primary uase.


Representative H. t.. ai e l .sis
Makes a llo Mimis s
TftCre"mmSe i-i oM0 e -
PrMIAmIt Msn
Washington. D. C. Ja. 27.--rand-
ing William Nelseon C-mwell as a
"buccaneer and a desperado" Repre-
sentative Henry L Rainey. democrat.
of nllnois, gave to the house yester-
day a sensational resume of the PRa-
am Canal situation. He charged
Croawen and certain of his associate
with trying to steal end apprortla
to their own use revenues of the Pan-
amanian republic. Seldom bhas the
hose Uasened to such As exnlation
of any tndlviduals or group of meau.
Representative Itlaey dragged tI a
name at every step, lacluting Presal
dent-elect Taft. He rofesed to rove
the exIst-efe. of the most stmtelin-
graft cebblmatio keo*k Ia the -his-
tory of the elvilised world. He sid
Cromwelt was -a party to ma -attempt
to, collect ftrm.the Ulted tltes a
traululent claim tor iSU.M Vas
the chief maipulator In the machina-
tios which brought about the Pan-
ama revolution of November, 19,
and was one of a comblht ,on whose
Intent was to Indirectly rmb ti t as-
ury of the United States."


Rabies and yspheble
It is caled rabies In the dog and
lower animalt and hydrophobia In
Mad dogs and the effects of their
bit& on human beings was talked
about and written about a great many
years before the real nature of the
disease was seriously considered. Oer-
many toek the Initiative by making a
law requiring all dogs to be auszled.
This was in 1876. Rabies became
rapidly less each year thereafter, and
not one came hs bees reported in Ber-
lin in the peat twenty-lve years.
But the gr atet -honor is due to
Paotatr, who first scientidally studied
the disease In Paris, because he not
only produced rabies artfcially by In-
fetling rabid saliva, etc.. into healthy
do4s, cats, rabbits and other lower an-
IIls but he also evolved a hrufaless.
Ifailons and very successful plan o
tftfwment out of his ftperiments.
'*ymptome of Rabi-e In Do-
ftere is a change in the disposition
,hr. general behalvor of the Mog. A
ntralny playful dqg become ; suln
ai Irritable, or If he Is naturally
ffeettonat, he bel-eabe quiet, but still.
obeys his manatr' command. The
bark v'hnes to a combined- howl and
whine. Irtabilty m "creases for two
or three days. Shows difficulty of
swallowing and eati, stieks, wood, etc.
He bides away I' his kennel(r under
the hdoue or actually leaves hme, and
op retutwnn. ts exhausted a = s ows
signs of. having fought. His gnttng
Is -peuliar in that be Is not nolsy as
-a other dogs are when Gghtingh. i
power iw hangs looose. he cannot
swallow, the Meo become paralysed
aad the atldal pamse into tli dumb
stage whieh Just presedes death. The
whole co-urse of the disease from onset
of first 4raptoms to death lasts not
over a week.

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Offers the very best .ervim*ofte
skilled workmnen, with nuxlemqaithe
pliances. Strictly sanitary. ^(ec 't
trick fans, electric masmg&l



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me an ALtflm
ter. evidently dletaI l ;
signed by Tom Alle i
an's law partner. Thli Bttl 1
S"Ter. ihas been so m- h
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i a divorce AieUi
manu or Wealth. -N!~'
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hotr at alt W6ngsPsrea& Aild

hbvllle. Jan. 27.-teqv -fr-

W ,

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zeHart. who said: 'l_-1'
to the devil, but I'll ~send you to
e- other plate after &while.-

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The merits of the Texas Wonder, ywe
would never suffer fta tdaey, blas-'1
der or rheumatle trattb $1 bottle two -
tmtM treatment. 'SoW by *ugsteWe
or by mail. Send fr tumontais. Dr.
E. W. Hall., 24 Olve street. U .
Lald, MisserL .

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C. L. INTTIN R A 00. ita 0s0 ba k to swete IL. eZu=
4. L. WR Then Fooil Cosa eO t -he its 8 i1l W that i her shorn s sour It .W1 EatS
4 r. L *lel..r. a Rt. t. C. O butter that is made In-, W -e
Proprietor san- Paballers be Made ia Fbury 8h churn. In the summas-H .
and uwtritive IBM*6 age 'gee
C. L. mTTINER, It was he Intention of the proprie-* g w t noww A&he"am edytIt lk th .
CAW MW ftto I M--eg- tors of the Star to close the piano cons eburrdg of butter. Is it mo" apar".M #W,
test nest Monday. Feb. I t, but the then that if this stomachchharm Is fewl t
business manager, Mr. R R. CarrolLmakes foulall which is put la tet J7.
S IL CARROL -, was called away last alght on business The evil of a foul stomach is mo& ale, Coope' h been *c* am te s f 46
City der ad i Mter that could not be delayed, and it will the imbd tasin 1 the me ut aMd ote hfol am a N a the bm
-- - -- be Imhpossiblto f Mr. IlUlager tsbag*hcaualed by buttt So aw"ption elof at l r o sn s
GLA TO I AR count votes and .attem tos anl the other t e pa. earwat ee blo M iand the d Ow e. mnag T. *3j
tLAD TO HEAR OF work. Mr. Carrmsl wil ?eta n next Iato of dseea thmfushot the 'ed. at 400
ITS POPULARITY Monday or Toeday. and sinee the 4f* r. Pieree's Golden Meical Dseoemry --i n ye aco
The Wekl caison had to be delayed .ayhow. it aakes the soar ad foul htm h awe i emka g ha,
The Weekly lBann er d twen- was thought best to put It off for a It does for the stomach what the 4"aig 'g -
ty-five new subscribers the past week full week. A look at the fgore be- md sun bath do for theehrn ;na me at WatF w $t.N
without any special effort. More and low will show that it will be as fair removes every tant alag W Iogg *lft6 t. toe itate ofWb Tsafo
more the Ocala Beaer Is becominet to one of the leading contestants as ment. In this wy i ere bote~, reinvesatig n by the grand ry bu-b .
the favorite county paper.-Banner., to another. p o thi was without rest so far a
But the Weekly Star can doUMe As many of the votes as possible gre or open eating ulcen mhs a Cope was tcotcerned.l sUl tti
discount the above list for one dYy, will be counted daily, tn order to lm- humorsordiseamswartn lag oW m, ,-. .
and to see hbow those subscriptions sen the crush at the wlad-up, but If you have Mt r,. 0s2ty" ed .. .
rolled In would make a bank cashier there aire a number of advertising and your moth, combed tmage,
shake with glee. Just as even 47 In other contracts that only Mr. Carroll am weak .&d Uidily ti.u
one day. We no longer refer to the can attend to. Send In yorw. votes as an depqliadmlit ha Utha-Mi 160 *
Star as the avsrtle. It is the IT" fast as possible. They will all tell In d1ty atan g_ l'
when It comes to -W lron county read- the Afinal count. ich,.coastipaWt or I w 'bwae mw
era. O 08ala 1u 11e10 S
Candidate Number of Votes W
OUSRVANCE OF ARDMR DAY Ms Ethel Haycraft ....2..%.. 0 s tag fr3m
-" y January 2tth, wia be o lips Vivian Dame ..........021..2MSM thra. nual -
.,Fthtday. January th, wi be Mrs. Hard Crosorn .. .. .. ..1.d,8a0 As.i1Lm -' n t 3aLz ....
served as Arbor Dt y at the pr Mrs tI y M AH e vie u th ........ 2 .. :-|
schooL The committee a elvsa of r oe .............
r Woman's ( baa rMisged sto Mi Winifed Tuer ......... 4,870 6I
plat trees ona a*o ground Miss Carrie Odom ............ -,4oe r
on that day. T6"1c uf iM lub Miss Ie PIsher ............ 2.515 -
and the teacheft and pupfli -4f the Mise Annie Laurie Perry ..... 1,8"5 vUi 4 1 N I
Acholl cordially invite tkeir tlelds to Miss Eloe Smoak ........... E14t I ai i*
meet with them at :41 Ina the mo n- Miss Alice TYene ......"I..... 35 wIl be ay P lei
InI. Miss Rita Knight ............ ,170 you l but as a
M W Mattle Pye ............ to Dr. v. Plesi
THE TENT MEMTING Ms Marlowe ............... 1,145 free copy of his
Miss nClifferd Pvm .. .........035 Me tal l
Last night a &larger audiese ttend Miss Clara Johh n.......... .020 the n nofA
ed the tent meeting and the larger lash Tommie Standley ...... 1.0Into hs
part attTmmincewela.... x agwhat
part e theaudience were m en. Rev-. MWi n Mel.Edna 8mith ...... .1LM O8v1 0, ,:
COleman spoke on "The FteN MLife," MEs Fanie Jae Sage ....... 10 ti' e *p 3 emw -
s related to the resurrection of Christ Miss Edna Dealer .............' IA0 e s, c a
asid announced s subject tor tonight Miss lole Miller ............. 1.@ A GOOD WORD i r the y e ae ,
as "The Resurrection of Mt e. Mism Mary PUlip .............1,000 FOR CONVICT LESorES and ciM I en A no p .
Interest In these meetings Is growla Mis Iillian Thaard ........ 1,.00 ot herh a r* A
Tomorrow ilght Rev. C. C. CarroL. Mi Margaret Walters ...... 1,0o Speaking of convict s w M ohich t a
pedt*er at the B*ptlst church, will Out of Town are generally abwed, we ,ote that a _
Candidate Nu aber of Votes negro *as recently disebargei bra P ft5L WM
the Georgia scam after thel- ".
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT MI May Bell Rutland Rutland 74. tion of fourteen years' service, I ;
The jurors in the West murder ca Mrs. J W. Davis, Smuerfeld 40 health. He ought to have behe M A AP kLUE 0 t
are Messrs. J. W. Colbert. Sparr; Joh: M Mary Gale, Beelew ... 446 and buried ten years ago according ti Anyone~wh wants a do can Mo dm
Johns, Gum Swamp; T. D. Lan Mrs. Mary Bevile, B. ll... S7S the magazines and newspapers. Ad avoid the unpleasant tas by no ""
Oeala: W. 8. Priest. Daisy: George Mi May Redditt Citra..... ,7 not only was he in sound health with- ing police headquarters at the !tt
Proctor. Belleview and Fred Hyde, of Mrs. W. H. B*ckley, Weirsdale 29.050 out a scar on his back or a shot hole hall by telephone or e w. -'
Candler. Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Miss Nannie Perry, Pedro.....16,230 in his leg, but he was handed W00 tee o ... *,"m n
Mathews, who ran the boarding house Miss Tlle Pasteur, tanton.. 7,415 that he had earned by working over-
at the mill In Sumter county where Miss Mabel MeLan, Cndler.. 7,2 time. We move that It be put onut the
the tragedy occurred, testified. Mrs. Miss Mamle Thomas, MeIntosh 600 record and quoted In the diNcuml g."
Mathews, since that trauc day. has Miss Dora Morrison, Gaiter ... 6125 Let the authorities have a fair sbebw
become Mrs. Smith. After her testi- Mrs. P. IL moak, Fitsngton. 6.120 with the convicts. They are not nmuch -
mony bad been given Ir. Miller was Mss Rby W ts, O ang lake..5.2 worse than convicts, If they do have
aesled, but his condition of mind Miss Louise Trimble, IMDnellon 4,.25 fewer friends and spokesmenl-Taftia
would not permit him to testify, so I. Times.
C. Stapp, ant0 q.wlftness, was called. M'KEAN WANTS.'OLEAN BALL ,hS tS
..bu d i te Jude --- Florida raised pinders Mo. a ..peak.
'lg the dt to' raw yat- Says that Faqp in-His Part f Florida O. K. Grocery.
laBtcmawsrI t Masa w"a an- Ar.m i Si.ptmy .With llot and Perchance you would ire to hve
nouneed that he, too, had looked too erchance you would desire to he
" lfo on the win t'a Its redness, the is id Wh Wre Clan Cut an audience with a furaisher of he NOW&* d I Lt
*jadge ordered that. poth en be seqt. and erpfully a Interior. Make known your cravlu ^ t wiS B
to the county jail to recruit Dr. to Fisher's Grocery Department.
MIlr Insated he cba" i .testity, n^: *'c okmOavile Mtropo, 20th 11. 1-22
,r the judge disagreed with him. This Praising the stand of Vice Preal- TiW O, podt cmdh 3 i
- little 1 dWdeni that stopped the wheels dent Gullett, of the local Sally League Come In early and get your cb*e
",of Justlte' reminadea Attorney Himei club. agafnst President Bowyer. Geor- of the large and complete line of val- A M 0o
tb relte a battle of his ewerlencJ with -e R. McKe-n writes the Metropolis entines at the Oealk News Co.
wr1lnbeta1M tted witness In a lumBi dase from Ocala as folloys: M r.r H W ;'
,d i,5 ll| there' rI"~5 cold 5'" and "I have Just read with great pleas- There Is a? case ou record of a Edltor S : -If _you wWf
stf to that was "the lumber was re and Intertst the article of W. E. cough, cold or Ia *trppe developing hustle and ret-, I y
good." A. C. R. Linsey, a civil en- GullettL which appeared In a recent into pneumonia, after Foleys Honey lenuine hospital y 4tp -al e *y,
4tneer of West Tapa Is also a wt- Issue of your paper. There can be no and Tar had been taken, as it cures u .in a A ty s aS s
ne28, as It I Butiand, the .c00uty doubt as to M Gullet:-'s position and the most obstinate deep seated coughs own t Port IlA A t.
t clector of e -, wt o there are so many fans In thls part of and colds. Why takoe. a tag efN. We t', i tl l Sl
wIB be called on later. Florida who are in sympathy with Sold by all druggit.. e uSively t.? r" S.o o
The attention of tie pu lc him and his Ia that distance alone. -S l CSpn S
rete an article wich aersL prevents him from heuring the many WANTeDrptre people t hre taW.l mon o. &^t.'
cted Bto artk wc appe "bravos' that are uttered when his their pictures taken at Mlil' Stajic.
today's Star prepared by the Ocala elm i n sut and forceful article is read.,racm h e .by oa th .-.
Board ot Health on haydrophobS, pub- elan ret eang it.m rtiogt lwendt Two post cards 25c. MID. 8t l
Itshed last Nove--ber In the Star, on- n rea--as L .my thoughts went n am e -
the occasion of a dgg scare d prtt* back to a time when a farewell dinner Bckwheat, shredded wat o t
ed again because o the rest trou- was gIven In h heousr-saon hls de- Bea l .ut. s ied whe at, i
hle and mad dog It s s.~ bee parture for New York, wher, he h mead Just in. -Ias. .
precain, but as an that portance by the subs.antlial arm that I4ttle sly e k hots al Wam
those doga witha mundes cow be- he represents so well and atisfac- s pleasn, lttle 3me s, iubte It aS
tug shot should be returned to the torily n the business world. The trip best made. Sell by the AaS-M$mqul WtligOMaitl
owner eoaed for ten day at home meant sccenss and p.fomotion to Mr. oly Drugstore. S ae d s rad
and be well cared for and ascertaIn Gullett, had at the close of the dinner to eme hat with t^S 3
how may of these animals really one of hIs good fred, of whom he Two post cards 2c. Mi fi- St.e. Pl the aS lb M.' ..-
are earryag arqd the germa of has so many, offered this toast: the Mo eve I ~i Reoad Smeot.
hb4 bhole "Iknw fpr myself the deep regret PILES CURED IN S TO 14 .Y 4 :-?*, *bt h l -..
oThat fil each aching heart, "-, -* 4'*^, i
The Jn Orphanage Band will. As we experience the old-time truth PAZO OINTMENT Is guarlOed4 J bh tih, ieB^' ". .| S
appear toaight at Ike Ammem's in- That the best of friends must part, cure an case o( Itofiag, B I. 0 p l a-
cola Heights C n. The ban arr-1 The sorrow I feel, I would add to Ing or -Prot.dlag ee 4 .- T Fil "
ed from Gaumerle this modng la yours, or money refuied, S. ,aS

charSg a it D^. D J.*eak% O My, tears I would ndngle with thine, o e --hr M t' &A,,*,t -
haretou, B. C. .? w fa oatthe But the sorrw-s too deep and the Neu*a a"dLa Lmawe, twi i
paag and ea Whe s- teams too real erfumes at t .he
eve* the band hasM lae It e d Meba To be drowned in sparkling win e. o C
as o ad a tot usa l o a *,toast you will have.1 w you 1-,- I
cew boeo In Palatkaeand GSince a tost you will have, wilt you Mack, maker, zaateret
and all who heard them sa et was a To our friend who is on his way F
real treat. The perfoiirmance will be- dobetter things and h w ag eld
gina tonight and tomorrow night at ~o better thg laold eladway- 2 photos, 32e.& "
8:00 oeloek. There will be reere trr mo or old palt
seats lor white people ntil the h oar tI e w i oer my bet) M *
the prformnce st arts bat no leaer. E tere bmd your band or played the
wev. D. J. Jenkins beftn this work 18
years ago and has met with malnse S
success and is doin lhi race a great Than o0 mutual fMIndW GlUllett.
elp and good. In this ta e 1.,0 boys w "I do not believe that this has ever
aNd girts have come, Under I care been. published and It will not be i n- -
and Instruction and of this number appropriate to pubib it now since It
but very few have aed to become shows the gh e teem I which Mr.
good, reputable e tes The school Oullett Is held by his fends and may er
has grwa until new It constitutes be taken as a sign that his attitude :'"
three dipartments theatophanae the reardina the fatwre easience of _
reform school and one tsr girls alone, tthe Sally Lag* wll rIeilve 1me 8-
Rev. Jenkins matane em boy who Adorsement ea his fields and the
was convicted twelve them for pedt friends of good glema baseball
new a Wthy eith e, a 3 $25a a "llet.U Is nrigt the F da-
week. The foundation work at the r eat ba eft ofbl leor ] Me-
phmanage ad reforeatory school a is L s. "..; ...,a
work ea lines o" Indstry.a In com-
nmection with the orpha ae ndt reAw- OnY
matory school they have an nunstrial MURDER IALACHUA COUNTY
farm of 240 acres. 11 ? iles rm Un hGaneavile. Jan. 7-Joe M0Musselwhite ,...*
city, which Is supplied with labob n" R. L. smiti well known white
roms the school and, deaing spleudMi. men, are dead adaI R. Owftens is in
The cty af Charleston inso a pleae4 Jall as the remilt a ight yresterday- .a
with the results wrought by the MINsol at JoaeYife,-. nane miss west at this
that sance 1W77 It began makiagW fp- cty. Smith was Ied by Owens and
IFogrmata s or the school sad from t emwlebIt. interiared& lemns his
ea Ithtil aprprattso of $SU It hMs ow.1t f; at Owom? bands. Owens
grown to $."* a year. If you want weressered. Re ya&s that Smith was
a mucal treat, go ut to. ncoam too i mate wit h- IsA .A t A
-l ghtstoulg a" -hear -the kta ----'*A't*'g' _

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Eagles m~
25 photos.

- I----m -.
et this eveitog.
25c. Mls Stadio.

Mr. J. M. Neely. postmaster at
merfield. drove up frogi that
yesterday accompanied by Mrs.
and little daughter.


Anything in the stationery line at
the Ocala News Co.
Mark. macker. mackerel fish at
FOR SALE-My household furni-
ture. Please call and inspect same.
Abe Brown. -1-23

FOR RENT-Seven room house In
second ward: hot and cold water. Ap-
ply to box 685. 1-20-tf

J. Y. Hicks, the late ocialist candi-
date from Martin for the eigslature.
was in town yesterday 2sl"ppag.
A large Red Duroc Jerey hber, will
weigh about 650 poends; strayed
about January 10th. A reward will be
paid for his return or Information of
his whereabouts. J. D. McDuffy. Ocala.
Fla. 1-25

If you are not perfectly satisfed with
the quality of your milk and the ser-
vice you are recehring, try the Hia-
watha Lake Dairy's milk and methods.

Do you Itke Ceos? Feen. Vu
Two post cards 26c. MB's
Red MMen. eet Thra dy eveualu.
25 phota.s 25c MIls Studio.
Mepsrs. Kline & Hoffman are about
completing the taking of stQck.
The friends of Miss Jessilu Martin
are sorry to learr that she Is sick.
Get dclub rates OI Na:m 3
Ocala News Oft. -
P-o-po-t-a-ta-foea, tatoa, I0
the number-Flshel's. *
Mr. R. R. Carroll left last night on
a business trip to West Florida.
FOR RENT-A six-room cottage.
Apply to Mrs. b. PHler.
The latest talWg in valeatite
cards at the Ola0.Nws Co.

FOR SAL,-At. efty povs~ Mt
fertUlser, Me. per lead, eph. LtN
Mrs. E. P. Rets a alit
new biuy and brs, a prs i
Mr. Rests.

entertained to hlUMp '
tas deauhter. Mmis

Mr. *ad Mm. MeV d *
dbtertalmers sa" e are An ,-
as they are pleasing when their inune
Is filled with beaulifal yres ladles
and gallant rYa getende n as was
the case on last eve ...
The entire lower &eor
en suite and the,
pretty. Mlr. mi

me m

bce6.astf tewdftI
more beautifrl tlua pi h
as they graclouly rt'" 0
cdos parlor.
Tables for domiaoe and
were arranged la the hot a
room* a" thmd ... it
we. ;

h 4'
I UE~ ~

TRY A12 U28 ulS Awuwp
-OF- ~~~The Invitatlm stha W
[OF x~~a~'y Gates. onBefw

tn AmdersimAnal* D

ami yonus saw.Jr., J. W. mi~a b

WANTED-A second hand roll top Brace Meftert, Fred Lovel, O.' 3
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS desk. Large one preferred. Address. W HY ? oow.e. Erest Crook Wi a" t.
I receive every day from Crystal Desk, care of Star. 1-22-lt Taylor Joe BelL Stephem Jewet.
River choice oysters, both Inside and Te Betet-. ATO ^ I m W
Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water fish Two post cards 26c. Mill's Studio. U t . ....
and malleL I can give you the best 1. .- ... ;
in fish any oysters, fresh and prompt- Mr. WQbert Ymutglover of Wayeros, f Bob .
ly delivered. Phone 219 city market: Ga.. has come to Ocala to read law ft j = a. .
second stall on the lest. 1-20-tf under Mr. 0. T. Green and to be his
WILLIAM TUCKER. law partner. Mr. Younglover has been r WaIW W Miss Florence MeHtE of Taspa a
.. a student at Sewanee College. Se- Miss Emily Askew, of "SavaMah
PIANO TUNING wanee. Tenn., for the past six years "- un arrived today( tm ialt Mise A *~S
and is a most cultured and entertain- CM Mixsn. Mm M all i s -
Ten years experience. References, ing young man and has very bright hp he. past -few mathels t ean g *.
any music teacher In Ocala. any prospects of making a most able law- r et tAr *tra. l
music house Is. Jacksonville. 'Phone yer. He will be quite an acquisition Askew at her ,boe. T- iHe-
m. A. MI. Laoford, efty 1-8-tt to Ocala elety. f "< s by am fe In Ocalal at th two
** n < i..... ^ _*vang s ladles are Ilt
Herrings are fae. We have them The Hiawatha Lake Dairy supplies 1 them back. ?1. 3
S ests. rshers. -. only pure Jersey milk and cream iI
saa=-- fi- .-- from tested cows, and the product iCettsr, tw rta "iU:I 0 -5
handled In a scientific, sanitary man- U. U *U I I 1 K -, "

JVwPerchance you would desire to have wl arrive i* this eity riday Mr 4 w
an- audience with a furnisher of the Mr. Walter Carlton of Port Ingld vistl w ith his fr en4 0 T. s....
lanterlr. Make knows your cravings and RockwelL wbo ha- Itbeer MrWpene 11 Gv a r. B
to Flahel's G wery Department. Fone a day or two viSiting her siter, M s.: wl takea i stin
1L 1-22 H. M. Hampton. hias just returnedwilghagal
from a pleasant visit to Cuba. Mr.
Orphanage and tickets for sale 'Carlton was delighted with the Island ME Nwla Pittaa : returnedJ 8Ae
*rpban keal what he saw there and says bh ocfSl ast Bight from d ti Bsugt <
the Ocala News Company and Duke's believes he would have stayed If h Westo rfrida. s .. Pftt a M .- hi
Drugstore. Reserved seats for whitecould speak t he Sp ana guest of her 'ster In k PA
people. -- few days - L
The weekly reading club met with i FOR RENT-Two rooms "tted up
Miss Susie Fort yesterday afternoon. complete for h iuseke epg: cIty a
The meeting was a most Interest .ing c .trnt wat strt 1 9- t
as well as beneaical one. Mrs. George.' if1h street. 1-- a
McK ean will entertain the club next
week. Do you like codlM? FPone P.shV d

4 markets TWO CARLOADS of the FOR SAL --2 line Dynoc Jerseyp Neu aa La as.., to e w
that we have had to offer our patrons $ Ridge & Gale, Belleview ore.. -,.
for a long time. These two carl "- 'oadso a a a K.
embracefarmturpentine and lumber. 2.Whole evaporated apples at the O.AK. CHILDRIN 1-) .
mules; tarm horses, saddle horses and MU os HcI went down tobackward
dri inhorses; both single .and In Altoona this afterMnoon, where she will If yo cllld Is b n hi
SThe anmal are all reliable be the guest of her t rien Mrs. Ham- Two post car a lo, s ie--d ke to st ,r hs The ame
sad we fully guarantee them. We are t Dobbins, fra several days. 4_.._ s. m ll l -,
always here to make good on any- NeaW and La L two ne wh ju ln. M *- '
thin w sell y ltNeuya. and 1A Luserne. two new caL JOr XM t oam. maw"
thleswe sel ou and are ,nnpared to p at the Pott D"a- .-i"
iel ou as chap as any ene In the a e D, te tttem 0&r 1 t?
er-uy. Come ln early and make tanttawaPOON a p 0. --

Respectlly eto .. teChn th e streets If y ae ee 2 potes.R
T, Sh, COBB't ny w&th *% advertising tested e * a -
Store. 1 '. Plnkea Chill Teale.
:e4A. Pr.e s&6. seft by an
We earry the be e of to iet ar-t the
tiees, seaps. pertumes, etc., In the faney calendas tor IMA at .
City. ComiD In d be alaoinced. Ty p rice at the Oal NewsC& r ; $ la a,4 Wal t
25 photos, l6. -Mirs StUdi
The Jenklas O phanage Band of
Charleston. 8. C.. enlivened the streets If you are getting pure Jeseos
this morning with insc, advertising trom tested cows yea au e t1W
the coeCert to be give. eight at the frtos the Blawatba TAke ialty. 47
L- '1He^ plsy well mad t Ch applause. Two post thc a 5S t Tsae.1-,"

i ""' A^ WANT-A live hstlig parte Mr. J. H. Heman, ,the I U1i"* tz "." a;'
Sfor the BSilver Springs hotel. Must a nt, who has been a g uest at
apply ta pers to A. LU Kiklaad, Campbell House, left tday Sor
proprietor, Silver springs 1-2 -td to South Flords. He will reta
Wil Herrin., e We have them a ayor o. *
akrecomm nrd -ow,

OSe orathe greatest eeasm-nce
ow &bo"the toae is a" or these Amer
M c le" ti ^ a3let- 111eMr *81ng 61 u. Hat-
U N -Ue44 In a misea en eves emlWa r ture, WW
Sr Never lH.1Cr.aire s o.m et year r wife
T: aA a sk1LW... r a N-

orb ,f 4h.e-pf o oI 'to r
Italmuubs etly, the emm t a h me bere-

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law- qew8 h wte4 ae
uqadaA Imig
t~iwikeU~~wiltbe kifed
raw OS.E~r






For Two Nighs Dly

The Famous Jenkins Orphanage Brass

Band and Jubilee Concert Company


Twenty talented little musicians and jubilee singers,
led by Master Samuel Cooksuu, the little bandmaster won-
der, a musical prodigy, will appear at

Simons' Lincoln Heights Casino

WcesMIay m T y NlUiMt Jm.27ad28

This band comes with highest recommendations from the
mayor of Charleston, S. C., and other prominent citizens of
that city.
Price of admission, 25 and 35 cents.- Chair seats
reserved for white people.
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169 179 19 .~Fad syS tSkWLet-A. JaksveFa.

New end First-Class i
America'~ Plan $i and
per day. European
Rooms, one person, 75
per cay and up. Special



ly rates. Center of City. NeaI
all (ar Lines. Open all tilt
Year. Rooms with Bath Ex
tra Charge. Bus from Depto
and Steamships.
1. B. SMITH. prop ietor.

ar Ap klm A "V"A

New Battlleshlp Ifm tathd la
Havana Harbor and Anhoer n
Near the Wreck of H

Havana. iJam.'T-' y'l
etevutl i 6eAA of the SWal of
the old battleship Maine on her mI-
fated mi.sion to Cuban waters, the
new Maine withththe Am a mod-
em M Xhisappl foowI her wake-.
waied bnto.. v ha"W e .
eat a the O aii,-in-'w .
Jo*e Misgel ealr sitte ai l
ban govemeamt tha1i M aesl '
The battleship is aeeted Wii
few hundred yards of the taUiI:
Srna.s! of steel of the old gotfo -IP

The new ship arrived at practically
the same hour. 11 o'clock. as did :he
old ship. Whili the destr'oyd ship
saluted ihe Si;anish flag floating over
.Mrro C'astie eleven years ago, the
nmv ship saluted the Cuban pennant
over the same fortress. .
Mrs. Mary Dswa 4. 1 th
Ave., Bana F-mile. eoem a.
)NNef tar stoach tro1Wble. *f
"ay: -Gratitude for 'the d
effect of lectre lBittersa n a cae of
acute Indigestion, prompts this tee-
timonoal. I am fully convinced that
for stomach ~pd Iler troubles AB-
tric Bitters Is the be-Trueedy em the
market today." This great Ulsica
alterative medicine Invigoraten the
system, purifies the blood and is es-
pecially helpful in all forms of female
weakness. 50c. at alU drugtores.

James Brooeeks, an gatdihmao. i0ad
In On of w- Oak Cirnawm
of Asia
Los Angele, Cal., Jan. 27.-J. H.
Brooke, an Engltsh expert, well known
here, has met death at the hands of
the natives of Thibet.
His party, of whom he was the only
white man, consisted of a band or
Hindu guides., a number of pak car-
riers and a few mule drjvem. .a.h!r1a
was a member of the Royal eogfta
phical Society, of London.
consists in punishment only wl.en a
child is actually bad. Some mothers
think that all rvyin la badness it's

/ L UW A .^ not. When a baby cries, look for
pins or some -external cause, If yot
-VIA can't find- them give the baby wht"'s
Cream Vermifuge. J the chaceas aM
it is suffering from w which eep


A Remneakable Wedding ona Peat-
TPD IUMoving Railvay Trai*-..
TAMPA AIND MTURN High Springs, Jan. 25.-At i earty
hour Saturday morning D. M. David-
son, accompanied by Rev. G. L TYa 'es
Account of-- boarded the Jacksonville teain .at
Burnett's Lake. When reaching
--ai aWu F -Dukes, a few miles distant, Mis am-
mUL Im rinr 3 1 PAI ma Plnkerso6n boarded the
rw wa&TITS l WIm W TSJflt rUu When the train got uader full head-
way M. Davidson and Miss Plakersom
lined up and Rev. Mr. Yates soon
From Stations South of Archer, Hawthorne. Gainesville, Rochelle and made them man and wife. On reaclr-
Palatka, tickets on sale Feb. 3, 4, 19, 11, 12. II;, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23. 25. From ing the next station. Lake Butler,
stationU north and west of a line drawn through Archer, Gainesville. Haw- R.-'. Yates returned, the happy eos-
thcrne, Rochelle and Palatka. tickets on sale Feb. 3, 9. 15., 16, 23, 24. lie proceeding on to JacksonvIlle asd
other points on their bosieyLan. a-
Final limit ten days frmn but not Including date of sale. cause of its romance it was a.-
SFot tickets or information, call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line Agent, or to their many friends. The 1o Op
Mr. D. M. Davtdson.-Is a popular i-
J. W. CARR, T, P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P.A. progreeu1ie merchant, and the b4iet
TOmR. F d 0 h. Is a lovely and valued daughter
one of Bradford's most p!r
WHITE, ., P. A. W. J. CRAIG, P. T. M. farmers. After a short bridal
WilmingtonN. C. they will be at home to their
.Wilmington, N. C. friends at the Troy hotel In this p

NOTICE Rackingr I grippe ooughs that
potice Is hereby given that thirty r n develop over light are quickly
days after date, or as soon thereafter by Foley's Honey and Tar. The d
as practIcable, the city council of the 1 Uand inflamed lungs are healed o
tyeft, Ocals ,'Florld will receive and strengthened, and a dangerous oon
city atOcala,'Flords, will receive "r rw-vm ir"eTo I udw 4 wth ebmsle eon- tion is quickly averted. Take only
consUer all bids In writing for the a isi dart sht st I m 4 tntot ke s ay a d Ta n
Lon of tw* AWebero ore evorynhr* 34 b before le"' s Honey and Tar in the
construction of all ,or any part Or Mil.lhave n actioono mW bwel. Happily O package. Sold by al druggist
portions of the unfinished sidewalks fd casSte.& lnd *today a 'm Wei man
er D theuineyears before I asted Cesar to
OR the foUilowing avenues and treeta ufr nd ntold mier with itlsernalM piles. V IN n TA
as by city ordinance is diredle4 and e it ehafoftLntathim LIVh IN CONrANT FAR
required to be constructed, to-wIt: Fher. Chicago Jan. 27.-Death of be
Oklawaha avenue, from the eastern dog three minutes after it had
city limits to the w"st side of Magn- 5 fr ed a lare bouqt oeroa t t
Mia street. The bo Wels by an unidentified donor w ilbe
Fort King avenue from the eastern icribed by Mrs. Mary Sult Wah
line of lot 7, of Harris' subdivision oa the hearing of her bi tefr
block of Caldwels survey, to the against Robert Wah c
west side of Magnolia street. ,CCa svtahE erm "
relane, from Iort King avenue to .at w the E m pea
Ray street, rm Fort King avenue f in which she lived after
to Okiwadra avenue. In hc he e ater her
Herbert street from Fort King ay- ne,1 s
enoe to Oklawaha avenue. --sUe peamoe*b 13sh. With every boul et ose s
Turcawilla street, from ort Ki Uglmm Co., c clsgeer N.V. a" Mrs. 'Saesd a
atua street from Fort King av- .their depths. h.e dl sea t,
enue to Oklawaha r avee.n- -- huSb 'S t e
Magnolia street, from the Seaboard s hekissevereda..e?, Ss
Air Line railway passenger depot she anyges ou I sIt w-kn Iit
property to the north side of Southod lin.. *i ai
Nifh. street. .e
Maain street, from the north side of kiAM
North First street. to the south side A *
of South Third street except the ea TstUCI E
s e of aid Main street south of South '
,U street. you T b feel Mu it MsY M t e Me
tlh street frrom Tuacawait street many whe he "m
to the west side of Magnolia street. you? Save s. 7 N
speluie street, from the west it; butS get1 the ag
ase at Magna street to te west plins ,aSaw ZnmeL Pm..
aide setPme steet. est thfl ing1n t waf t
A"nd the wet sde of Osceola sta@ as r ea t r
po c. building to Fert Kn a- r Mooptly. .
As an ys ner atrt o a WORS E41" TW
emem ,4dew* ._em .i n "fiftj ttI.. toa. a" 7-. ." ... g,
aSs AleSIn the cty are dead at FOt DOM9 l.4
c Ser CA McAe of the city of Okn,6 oval city, aA two lWl'
will e B rom &drialft
SaWd couirml reaesn the vItAt to oholoL.e '
Nis-t aWns mr al it -hts : _

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4. Cott.o a sat -
5-. s

t :,Llwe ,. th a. -n.-

2. Reddlck, 9th. p. nL.
31. atirfleld, 10th, a. m.
31. Irvine, 10th, p. m.L
4. FDenklfi,, 11th -. : <,
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7. 3aMssraU( 1 81h *a '
f2. zelevi, t-t ax
23. Lodve, 1th- p. .

9. Oklawaha, lth p. .
19. Eastlake, 1lth, a. .m.

1. ectrw-2 wd, pt as "
n. csM.. lath. j ; ":.-

11. Conarm, 24th, to
"2. Chdurh., 9th, ". '"
IL harew 26th.
27. Zt e 24- ., 2-0.....
12. Dalisy 2 th, p. s.
13. Fort eMCoy, 2tU a. a. m

M1. Antao y, 1s

14. Orange Springs,- 3rd a. P6
1. Ocala, thkt-I. tot lOfM arh.
V anlaw requIre all tax returns
be mate by t of ApriL
Poemasters will please cut out and
post this otle. .
AI .r ATW Asm. e -.

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kidneys and bladder? lave oi
n loins, E s, Amea. groins and blad-
der? Have t YU A bby appearance
oft m WWfm~an ee s *Mg s
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