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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: 02 1, 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: VID03079
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Volume 14, No. 211.




R. D. FULLER, FOSI T F1 FUj t'h"" h" wKnU rFF Em
DENTAL SURGEON And then the idrs of March will come
Which long ago played bob
Office Over MAunroe & Chambliss' Ganderbone, the Humorous Prpht And the fattest man we ever chose Am Unoeetrwllale Fire Ow~ata~
Bank. Tols. What Will Happen intho upo One of Wet Floridas Mst
OCALA - FLORIDA Next Four Weeks 100 REWARD, $0 Entrp;inm Tom.
TERMS. CAS. --- Penaeola. Feb. .-Maon. UlrtV
S(' pyright 190. by C. H. Rleth.) The of this pa wm esoPes w, wasac

D E N T A L, 6 U R GI C'wl be' t' he last of the e e tl non t is the only positive cure now know n The l- t e b w S9, ., -
White House March and after that tothe medical ratereity. Catrr be- mo the buildings destroyed were
Rooms 9, 10 and I, w ie hall only ocsasionally hear from l1g a co ional two banks, the city ball. Waldorf o-
Second Floor. Holder Block, him, alone t witn earthquake., war in Catblh Cere i taken n ternally, act- e antal Roe Star bMu d esb. two
OCALAFLORIDA.l be the last of the old mon g directly upo the blood and u The build esof th e First Nati
TERMANALN -f r Rleneltws - deaithe- only p ositive cure now nof the as- st completed at a cost of n.

TERMS. CAS. that lleae a constitutional disea, requ two bank the city hall aldo
.1 H erbeh -* It^ H wuill, r building up the acontenttian aat,
he BalkansRa l. the old and n ntore In doIng t workthree ture
ORIDA. husb A the second day The nroprietors have so ouch tan The uld of the rt
Thei lsens wr4eahot oftthe stem the r neryBan waste hands n.

oLAL v He.rl feel vibrant .tr o. spr. on cura oatfve powers t hn s thr offer seteda P-s s o m
Dental Surgeon However. be that d w s sp that it fals to cure. Send for test- lti C srn.g- t. Dp
SSit up and yawn and whine. bminul. Address : tat C for
Ru. his knuckldho in obeye.s a ToledoHng 0 .ol aN d nt it ff I F
Phson 211 P his -to-meeting cloth potion. Tallahassee, Feb. 1.-The boastl of
Oheoor1phetcmgiftoTheprmpAndtosthaveecommissioners of state instttiou
f FH to 12.n.1n s o STOCK REDUCTION ALE Satu-ay afternoon adopted the to-
UTER. Sn CdH. bee the aw s ofhisi AT TNE VARIETV t ORtE lowin resolution relative to. least

In flne and dandy style. THE ICE KDING REIGNS easnea Jan. 1, 1ll0 .
eni al Surgeon R "l oe ok .th llWhereas, Two sessions of the legla-
Charle H. And then the date of ncolns birth T Enti Country iv F. J. Chty & Co.. ofre having been convened since the
will timorously dawn, and the w Tole d Wave of His Sptoby all drug itsi na ex b ai s
-rnr nhir lT iW and dryull his u pl whoi s inTakeHe-ais Family Pills for con ; Neet tae by

B a he stood upon The rys wi a e Washton, Feb. .-n.Gale-swept relative to the disposition of any part
Hour to 12 a. never drank, the wets win clai .e a eCtN wRth a frefse n t he f truit oa id coteo; tad, t
cendid, they'll stairway him stanr, belt Flrda temperature twenty to Whreas been usual to ad-
OfiTe Second Floor The Munroe ,ad ways for sunday cm the. d, the wo thirty degrees below the seasonal av- vetlse or bdws f or the hire of state
Chamblss Bank Building. Ocala. en will parade and pray Cfor R ther erage, snow I y secti nd covistteconicts for a theerm o four years, in
Florida. men, and the breweries wilt sadly cold SPs everywhere northW of the January of the year s or letting the
sigh for the good od tes a Mexican Gulf and last of the Roof stckes contracts; and.
Telephones: Off 222; Resdence. 221 Valentinemorously Day w e on we th features that marked last Whereas A succe l bidder w
Office stood upon.. This will be e blgget da- aWh.t' o weather map. be ftrced to expend many thoua
-12 i -4 i 720 o m of the month, inasm a t will give The storm, with it trk o col of dollars erecting bldings and
m. p.m.. they' people who believe n protect wave and accompament of twenty to Whpping the same prior been to receiving
Se The Munroe American art an opportuhe. lidty to how winds was bel off the New a-an te or said porisoners androstate
Cs just what the stand pray Is dog for coast lrt night, p many s out to eand overets, After careful consideration
lorda. mThere wn. and, of court se be a few sad weclding craft e e th Atoftic o ty subje t of how b est to lease
nes: Office, 222; Residence. 221 sigh for the s which everbod s ernes of its e. aid rsoners the Roterest f th contracts; and.
spelled to compete with the cheap in- IF YOU s^i* *r It I.
Sat. Valenuine's Day i eomo on were the features tha te marked last WhereasAed, bte ulboardre woldd

Pl g furnished derorbeustictroe $1 be prisoners as a whale:
on applictit able toetine etty we ata o be nai t entol by Tbe advantages that must attend
Ofli Ho the 14t This ll be the b et d r yiht s weather map. tlmoas. iret lease to exendall who may wh

art, iker the steel industry, to nsow r. W. d all, 29tt Ohve street, t. p soners in smaB lots.
us ust what the tarif f Is tl, for I coast last night out to a It s practical for the stateon
A it isstlle an infant and needs all the t o make thirt to ei-fv different
There wily of o urse, be a few o that ncle Joe annon wr ng craft along the Atawo new as der entd de
Bgive it. per ure whes at the iPotosce' Drt- jeads to look to and collect from.
Bmr tirwhill boofa ogre aamwv4R ametr fte tm W.dr,*V..t3- d. The state would be t forced to

aw fu rnished W U Butnwhilethesybolofalve C71maintain e a central headquarters and
That diet not nor fails STOCK REDUCTION ALE O let ep.leoners frotmJemls and pay
a Connection With the Hotel Office Are going through the mails, ltedhCrt__"trtM a 4, _" tc t uttl d
on AN p CaOL Wable determine pretty ewll wbathW-or b7maIL Sendtr et.,Dirct lew w e to all wh&omay wis

And almosike the erbodel Ind ry Is now ve t St. onerslot
ild aPd ort R aquitenable toc a take care ItselforL It practical for the and guards,
It In still amnn infantaro TO eeo t e a snt o d. elothirtn ph tsician and i corps
eo to ll. pecl attention t At the coward who addressed to him lrks to aintal the distribution.
... .. *.ngv A Ile. "- ... o... M- l o var i no eId. T he state w o t:Id be To led 'to

children The cruel one he got- llre
While of this going oa maintain a cPntrnual .cohenplaldqarters and

ou bet your bottom doll that REDUCTIONrade t pr isoners from for servandica
HOT AND COLD WATER ThAre ecregoing through the mwin otl ed
And walmosteverybody a I mangeer.aly m erad

Ulled workmen andc. rourteour at- On edge to take a shot ........a.ethirtyorphry-ive l cn acorns
itentio ate all. Special attention to At the coward who addressed to hnAm of elarkq to a naintal distribution,

hvryng ideas The ldren. The cruel one he got- at lar exentate would beexe.

ill be formall of thisy opened at a jont Sh. A continual l omplin an
ELUN ECTRIC MASSAGE In lig ht er humor, still. N 1 efro n n e c hed
IYou bet te our bottom dollf that OthTat chf prge of pref erenafn oshwn, hervc

quarters it whaM be unsuccessful. on
OT AND COLD WATER The Secret Service win wo:d be ent out ay vori Intereitsm would

uI nUaBrs B8B Embalnuru 162 for Bryan and Kern. Mr. Cad and viw conflicting one with the
. MeVR ALRED E. OWN l e sa ob figure prove noth ---cerainybechar other.d.
Ui r ak the recurrence of these will neverthe- 5th.irty or a contractor fall, re-
aryers less prove ot little embarassl collng. e or nelct to perform his duty
cIRMAC A will be formally opente' da nd a1 cancellatIon of contract, wen

F Washing on- birthdaythhe re will be a t Congre|So hntae chaept ofn ,. he, a
All Work Done by Licensed Em. Carried anon an V Hl I .Ntio i nLaod wndold haT r oo p.act to
beUmers and Fullv Guaranteed. paper editors sentenced to hard labvotes th. The state would be fored to
for the or panma candl or -a u the expense of photog many vraphriedInte and ad-
about the government, and the Duke iertisin for escapes, an expensive
U T. MeIVARRALFR ED-UOWC e l for M i t Other.

.TTRINARhe givi"g on O Y'STER S e"tthat is required to be main-
the re wreenc emendous ovation look o thirt-odd contractors wfaoldre-
H SPI tendered it on Feb. 1. - be materially increased. whin com-
d And then the days of days will come tMl red to having two or three respon-
When everybody will try Tsb Individuals as now engaged
( Sr boasted and cared for it dered.t W eho n e te n ake- WT clothin, lodging and board. ad made
Uorses *d also by day or meal. O nev wbot a n r fk a- a failure. *
Ros. .and all domestic animals Inw Ora lied ao a deal i. t"- It woold be imfpossbe d to
..T.oorohly tihed l f lPanams r led the sale Op s into the lobby of the e o hotoe. the colord.-
ariteing any operation. Or represented Standard Otil Ocala House. hltch will be instes pn fole
aeTERc horehoeinAR done. ., dt country'OT backR set lease.t This sholnd be doae.
ut aldwaye mad d he on rystbaic k h 10th. The greatest evil in general
Dtr Anw s u scouse travere. Offers the over best service bf sse tIs altowtig contractors to sen
Sr t ll, And uhnsthcious track o workmen with modern ap. rer contracts.. which is in the nature

CITY VETERINARIAN T. IR. will take a cherry tree and pjR. .- stictlv nta ec- i lr*nchlm. The board propose gore-
CITY VEERINARIANdrag It through the aisles of Co ress talking this in the next notice and
Day Phe. 180 Night Phone 195 till the country whoops and even tric fant. electric maSStges. emtract, but with special permit al-
-. ---,-- Congress smiles: and having surfeited 3 bn al U bm if g wlng to hire out prisoersm to be
himself with this amusing skit. hell worked in industries to which he or
Scnt(r Tillman out and run him up VINCENT C. DETTERICH. Marnagr. they are directly interested.
and down a bit. The resolution then sets out the
At night the Ananias Club will bar- form of notice to -be published to
geon with a ball and all the liars will C g Pensacola. Tellahassee. Jacksonvlle
disport and frolic la the hall. The C. J. *- L.I and Tampa for bids for the leasing of
cheerful liar will consort and mingle state prisoners for the years begta-
with the plain, and unpremeditated Co~tt Oc a b aging January 1. 1910.
type will trip .to the refrain, the will- --
ful liar will essay the Merry Widow
waltz, the suave tnfern liar wibe Ples and Speications Furmished WAS A GLORIOUS VICTORY
(*Q)tO lO lif welcomed for his faults, the artful Upa Request
sDu latA y ar will consign the truth to utter There's rejoici ng in Fedor. n.
1 Hades, and the droll dam liar win A mans lfttd SRferhas .Kbeen vedIteads
PfO~m pt S rvtCe 1rht the none too squelam ish ladles 1 ' 3W D Kig Do
The season for shifting the ashes 30 the tOwn for cr C. V. Pe
Lowest Priceends on Ash Wednesday. M. 2L. Tat of deSy lung hemorrhages."I cud
$Lowest r c supposition is that wecan mak endsot
im.t in ome other way drln lent. and the doctors did me no good, at,
i 'Which hTU editYeiS f0 1 Mthree weeks, I feel ln a eD. Ki s New DIscvmy
S ~ A Nt an old Etruscan godr with bed ee do good wok ta WPW
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The cold snap was keenly felt in ]
Ocala Saturday and Sunday nights. \
The thermometer, as kept by Mr. E.1
T. Schrieber. the official recorder of'
same. showed 25 degrees above on i
Sunday morning and 24 degrees above 1
this morning. The attnosphere was i
of such a chilling kind Sunday morn-
ing that m;.ny people declin-d to go to
church and remained at home seek-
ing comfort around th', -family hearth.
Ice in pails and tubs formed half an
inch and quite a number of ePiposedI
water pipes froze so;id and In reveralj
the pressure- was so great that they

F. A. LeSUER |
Mr. Fr,.d A Leguer died in this {
city at his horn on Nvortb Main street
last night after an ilWness that has
lasted for several months. He has
been afflicted with consumption and
the end hns been in sight for the past
y(ar or more. Mr. LeSutr lv.aves a
young wife and a little daughter. He
was a sipl,' young citizen, the so'!",
of honor and tuas much liked and re-
spected by all who knew him. Mr.
LeSuer was in his thirties. He had
been married about' six years. He
was a machinist by trade and worked
for the OcaLa Iron Works up to two
years ago when he opened the pool
room at the Arcade. He. was a mem-
ber of the Ocala lodge Knights of Py-
thias and the fun-ra, was held this
afternoon under the auspices of that
lodge. Rev. C. C Carroil conducted
the funeral services and the body was
laid to rest -in greenwood cemetery
by Smith & Roberts, undertakers.
Many friends followed the remains to
the last resting place, and lovely floral
tributes attested the love hl bore in
the hearts of his feUow men.

Mr. Frank Huber received the sad
nt-ws Saturday of the doath of his
mother, Mrs. i .lizabeth Huber. She
was 83 years of age and a most esti-
mable Christian woman.

Mr. C. W. Joseph. manag-r of the
Operators' Cooperage Co.. of Lees-
burg. In dead. He died very suddenly
Saturday night at his home in Clear-
water and the body was taken to his
former home in Montgomery. Ala., for
burial. Mr. Constantine of Clearws-
ter. his brother-in-law, Mrs. Joseph
and the children accompanied the re-
mains to Montgomry. Mr. Joseph was
in his usual good health up to the dny
before he died. Mr. Joseph and family
resided in this city for two years,
several years ago and were much lik-
ed by our people. Mr. Joseph has
traveled the itate and visited Oc-i.a
frequently for the past twenty ymrs..
The family conducted the Verona Inn
at Clearwater. Mr. Joseph had many
friends here who will regret to hear
of his death.

The first and last day of the deer
season was on Sunday-an unusual co-


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The Final Count Has "eo Pas rs the
to Monday, February 177,---
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----hUp Saturday Meinng

candld&tp Number of Votew Possengers on Seaboard pasuusu 12W NOe' =l BM
MissE thel Ha. r fl .......... ^ ^ ^yW
.......h Hyelft + 9 rin No. 81, due hI Tama ftrgo hck- g time .
It eIl H t.nDme s......onile at 6.30 yesterday s "eas l a aag N u de,
n .. .. ........ 1 s,42 were badly shaken up but not o ethe. aIVmet .
M.%s Genevieve Smith ........ 2 wise injured exceptUr f i be uAiWSl ud
Candidir tw .the tain leat mso tp 1 N-== 5 ___
Mis Wrinifrd Tucker ........ 4,9 while iseg at ho ig ite edY as Wo t til
Y (N-arrit. Odom ............ SuA 1i. n weesevreohedu t4 ..
i' Elisle Fi hr .....-......* 2.511 t ea tint, on tne man c06 6.eo utA I&
M is. Annie Lau re Perry ..... 1.t tm t the t la ayl(lls oti hI I tO
W4. Eloise Smoak ............ 1 righ_ tha th tai a t at ~
-;' T Ai --n- e. vO ev an that al s abot to be Ea +
Miss r.ita Knight ..............11.70... .ataY k. + ,heb .W ..... t.t
Mis Mattle Pyle 1...4..... 1,50 wo e r -- t
the doos ,ethe pt eusef te p-A
Miss Marlowe .;.............. 1.145 horrible ft. aw I t m .
Mis_ Cli.Tord Pyles............S1,035 no st c
Miss Clami Johnson ......... .. 0 u.2 in a low cut, tted slightly te
Miss Tohmie Standley ........000 side. Probly ad the traln not *m *
oMis c F the M ee g . 0.. -00 passing through the' cW t at the'tm. I. .. .
Miss Fannie Mae Sae......... R 71,u there would have been severe 1.-oW1moi cta l h l -, .
Mrs. D a s tre if not death to oe of the Pass M *- tead be a
Miss Elor -. Miller-............. 1 r ,sfl M -

MJ s Mary Philleps. B...he e rew t..... .0 i h n at -nl t _a-ss J t ,.
NUq Lii'lan Thagipre typh......oi botr n ~ers. of the* Ue i U n,
Mf s Margaret Waiters Le"... 3.7 heA wee srea t '
OUT Or TOWN having tallea -a mtAM tiosxtl&sin
ties afre. This sp 6e 'W* .t.
OCandidate N 4Iber of Votes -tin a llthc-. ln "
i o-g May 1e 1A utland. Rutland 77,230 oto the ground. The loco 2
Mrs. J. W. Davis. Summerfield 4,705 whi ch preceded the M, pasede m i UW
Mis Mary, Gah., Belleview.. 44.495 the injured track sately and Ed not D aet* t-mell fi
Mrs. M nary Te'ille. Bushnell.... e 39,0 leave the rails at all.-Tampa"Trib- d a to assist i Je t before thea
Sis iin y Redditt. Citraw..... 37.730 n eads were severed the last rights of
Mrs. 1 H. iElikley. Weir ale 26059 ised to t
r rss, Nenn el S t Per asFPedro. .160 te w a, mf to o
MiP an1:abl MeLain, Candler.. 7 .325t Wer to thatbooc .w
Mist n.Mami- Thoas, McIntosh 6.300 wars ter toth abowtn a at ie '
Mis' Dora Morrison, Gariter ... ou,12s5 n women n .li .
Mrs. F. f. emoak. Flemington. 6.130 reoy Pcur oItheilMd
fiss -Ruby Waits, Orange Lake.. 5,275 1 o Ta yeeaot L bmem
Mi- Loulse Trimbl-, Dgnnellon 41,555 otf6 U i(Bel a. s ties

lie in the low, marshy bottoms fl the pa '.. t-tie -f srhthe palta.t. -_-."w;ar Iseaaa ": M1
Potomac. the bred th i t sdf mar uv of the eatle teprodaci e asyeam.* ..he m teb bsu b .di .
OC tontntUs Helomlas haveI s s- <
laz ia gr nt. These geh.ause eA il- ls. oe ac a ine on e tora te havemt e "

'rcn I. .n hice m ital aswem the w ao Ilk a II -
fevr.r ald ague, billo e ees, jaundiwe. .a..n.t...i.oegM.. A.thMI ",Samoa" sa s ri
%vPrpot t -meakness.i. and. .,.er6lM debil- ste_.the. o- SM-.he o -a-tS hp.e boom ta k
Ity and bring suffering or death to s r wtoh w oen not resen t a s t the u i ltB h' to e
seen-whichndoes not us, s, THuna b"dw it .IIItt "hi .few -.-
thousands yearly. But Electrit Bit- for tbis remedial a1e4t.' Dr.Pybeto feel tt the
ters nwver fall t destroy them and sas The follewge a:'" fa t -te
het al round tonic and cure for ma -pp, (eak)lCIondibekithe ap(

slar~ I cr usedi' writes R. M.'ogns ofwen. alem bE11S
Jamnes a^ Louellen. S. C. They cure at it als Wr tk So i this tam Me d

teru aeid,:nt happen&and Psthe Drg-n ,lBeaato an ltce Ohemoprtste .a....,,h.,... .x...I n ,M..p...
blez Anti wIl prevent, typhoid. Try ners. r in Aeb aot i Plowo
the. or i. Guaranteed by all drug- it.i of t*h r r a .'h e.T- b .

sty te. Ayerir e or i ji Prelperkt hou is itlptml. e t, t -a.. a "W
STOCK REDUCTION S SALETOCK RIsEa AC l-1Na aa ins dbeka b ila the . a.

PIZts ato TyA M a s + '- y'e "g' ...' "Ime"
Capt. le i. home and Mr. Duncan's. r. -- eripo,. 6 ae 6 ,sltead of cailag ti me glam
a b:c one retaining a white embroid- enlts walif i Unicorn root, r wh isky flzaibed-" el*,k b -e
tr(ad shirt waist. If found, please re- and the medical propertle of whla tla whu foIlwedyli (ts hpB 'B
by. te An -G. W. Martin apd g rec. most thfu ly re pr"ma-t
reward. 1-30 a tgr t of Favri e 1t -
= -Prof. Faie Ela Cwoodo. X. I B lhstteie e ;1he a1191a.
Pneumonia Follows La Grippe 7 net Medical College- aays: a w tto IIh
Pnrizunnnia often follows la gripp and ee ene en Is Usa 1066, A
but never follows the uss of Foley's Prof. DohnM. Le M. 4; "
Honey and Tar, for la grippe coughs 0 Cninatlm says pof Goldea Sol oot. a a
and drp seated colds. Refuse any O VaSSDrelitIsesead tl -a < ano n a
bil ti. rinuiue in the yellow package. LIMan stah
Sold by all druggists. is univermaig recada* 40 1001 l m m's lege
iall debilitated stootet. aAm
Neuny and La Luserne. two new Medical College, s"Of Goiden S al: with this om (Elanagap) ea, ,
perfitmts at the Postoffice Drug- 'Valuable in uterfae awnerrirqew groWieds th
-Am itida on tt an f tO 'iep 74f4
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrlptlowrit! tuz at the Izl-
Furfiuhld or unfurnished room$ for fblly represAnts all the above masse wi km k s...-in.

orscldeibyOVf~tl attecu m ~-

t o .+:.. t ht a. to b i . ..
door-injured by a. gun, or I any . ... -- W"
other way-the thing needed at once *auktch tht mo WSmtiSt
gs Bucklen's Arnica Salv toSubdue Shells Luad TabAI
infanmma!on. and kill the pain. I' t'__.' J t lU -I .i
eai the's supreme healer. fafatible for FS 'SF I +",.
Uitsi .i _d- -II-"fvo --- Ea A te

plks. 25c at all drugstores.
Ierchllnce you would desire to have
an audience with a tmralsher of the
Interior. Make known your cravings
to Fishel's Grocery Department. Fone,
11. 1-22
.Whole evaporated apples at the 0. K.
Physicians' prescriptions, family re-
cipes, all orders for medicines filled
under positive guarantee, at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore. Only Squlbbs
chemicals and 'Parke Davia &* Co.'s
drugs s"ld at this store-both guaaSM -
teeing purity and strefgtl.
ijhoto., 2lc. Millr Studio.
The nhnve i; the name of a German
chemical. which is one of the many'
valuable ingredients of Foley's Kidney,
Riemedy. Hpxamethylenetetramlne Is .
recognized by medical text books and'
au-thorities as a uric acid solvent and:
antiseptic for the urine. Take Foley's
KiCrr y Remu.dy as soon as you notice.
any irr-gularitles, and avoid a verlous:
malady. Sold by all druggists.
Now is the time to plant your gar-,
tt n. We have, all kinds of garden
.etd for f;l.' ra.atlng. Tydings & Co
Odd Feliows meet Tuesday night.

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100. and 25c. ThK jAM.1
4;,g27 JAR GOODS-0
Soune fdts think~ that becanaw we 0
are bo olat-adtodishi in our carefulsess0
regading evny-thing we do,.sandevery:
thltz sf w e~li t-at LLey Can% buy lhui. -o.
:priced caudy here.4

The arro 10c. saud S. bM_ 4
*tied goods--a~way.;a fre~h as M.2raiog v
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*Why Iitie-pv-mr'i can4ty is a bobby of 4
(MMRS We sell too% and, lopes of it- 4
to A. pare. wholrw'me citedw-nnt the4
0 highly CuLored. Prettvyto Iookat-ort. -
-wk you, but homst fcandjy.
Ihyfoe'a-.1wai.-, fre-h. "Uncle
0 Sin9'charres but 1.-.a-, .'jcetsca-lCrry
4" it aywbere. A I au, 3-p,%&n'l laozLns g~
ftapee.a sywhscre in U. 5. for 23c,



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25 photo., 2e. Mrs Smtudi.
Odd FeUows weet to rrom w algIt.
Two post cards 2Sc. Mtlls Studio.
Eagles meet Wednesday evealag.
2N photos, 25c. Mill's Studio.
RKd Men meet Thursday liht.
25 photos. ICs. Mtls Staio.,
Masons meet Thursday evinw .
The latest thing ln vamHs peat
cards at the Ocala News C&.
Mr. Jack Melate sh t with bretd
at Bartow.
CranbWrr two V9 quarts a cents. 0.
K. rseary.
Get the latest in valentines at M-
Dried pitted eherries, me for pie,
30 oets a pound. 0. K. Grseary.
Get club rates on mamfSnM at the
Ocala News Co. 1-2ftt
Have you seen the new valetimse at
Flshel's? "
Anything In the stationery hls at
the Ocala News Co.



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TE OT OR'.CIRy wth'a, Very isreCenterijes atofCbs?
______________________*sce and cluny dollieswepemd
jstesk goblets, etc- A&'. swsek
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noon that a tekwlegamft shs~wdb deo a- mome~


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Is generally the one who pays the
bills, and for that reason he should be
discriminating In the use of office map-
plies. Stationery, like all essentials,
costs money, and where large quanti-
ties are used is an Important item.
By ordering from us you will lessen
your expense account.

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We have.Just received from the
S markets. TWO CARLOADS .of the
S best all purpose horses and mules
that we have had to offer our patrons
for a longtime. These two carloads
embrace farm, turpentine and lumber
mules; farm horses, saddle horses and
driving horses; both single and "in
part. 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
sel you as eeap as any one In the
emualry. Come in early and make
your selectlas.


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Crook, Coio., vI-ttjw: tL
have unod yenr 1iiAznsu
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matiti oicusod by tL-Aklan~d
Oxpmuia" to th.,) -tber.
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WANTED-_,#M people to have ager a Auourndaa. were o a- elegantly sehtDd Dr. Aa R
their pictures taken at Mil..s StudIo, splendid orange grove, states that the have a ot attractive ha9- 0";1 &'r.- .
lTrult on the trees and the most tUe erythlng apparently arr-age tdr h -:.
Best post oars.. Monteuma block, |der buds are not in the least injured pleasure of their many atH s. Te I .
Call at once for choice selection. by the cold. He states that some are charming entertainers anld a"./ '
ttropical fruits, growing about the noted for their hospitaflty.I Tg I
Paumy valentins and "love Vale-grove we unlured who enjoyed the splendid dinner aa
tines. at Eabers. ..W. .. -... ReI T ala company of Dr. and Mr. Smtth
ECLIPSE FRUIT NOT IMJUREO were Mrs. Buena ix ms, Mr: and
Use Plank's Chil Tonic. OuarUa- j - r..E.- L Carney, Mr. and Mrs. m T.
teed. Prie 25c.-Sold by all drug ts. Mr. E. H. Mote returned this after- Maughs and Mr. abd Mrs. L. W. Du-
Inoon from his le00-ace grove inustVal
Fancy calendarI for 19 at half south of Leesburg and says the frtat
price at the Ocata News Co. on the Ikpee grove Is abhlOIWUtR MRS. M'KEAttS PU$ZLE PA 'R
uninjured. He says there is about.
, STOCK REDUCTION SAL 4,000 boxes of frp t remaining o the. The ulqtue pu"mle party g "hsi
AT THE VARIETY STORE trees. Mr. Mote say te frust .is M.. y -- e ss
injure In all of that part of the sta ,MeE a. her eleat hoe o t'
Read Asher Frass bigM real estate C WEIR Ing- ~ e i onW f hearM- a n
bargains advertisement on t e fourth TO COLD AT W o eS ;g
Page. thoroughly enjoe h k gv
Mr. B. F. Adams of South Lake .t Ms. '
Nesya and L.i Luer. two new Weir. tas in town today. Mr. AdanIs the ladles in the ge ba.
perfumes at the Poetofoe Dr g Msaid the frut alng the lake w un- very intermaly te
Injured. He said he cu tange. ,hst ., *,,, ..
lMea, oranges and grapirlt earty ti a-,_t- Mimeta. of Kentcky.
Mr. Charles Culbreath and little m w s trac Mr thse bight two y dr
daughter are toIn eBartow for a two !ce in any of thi He said that linoth- of r aOd Mts. McKeain
weeks' visit. lug but the tenderest bued were hurt. oeter of, attrie da 4u a-
S b, iand there was no sehrou dan ag T oos. .tr st h. -by.
AN D-To by ad g either trees or fruit.ahte th
room table and chairs. als a kitchen all prese nt After the a "ad .
cabinet A. M. Lansford, 'Phone 92. DOING A B6 BUSINESS rMwe Miss Gale Chaat it.e oat te -
S- score cards and asked t dies R1 "
ponge, sponnT direct from the The Ocala House has had a fine rtm the dining robml lere tagb N were t rst
inshries.Price that rpa. t tfIof business for the past few W ek ladi'and four ladles dat at each ta- ,a
AstaM "rgastor ,.re. since travel was remaed after theMe. Picture postal of places ia this --r -b3 -r
l~oliday lull For the wem en#* with Aty ad been ut Into vrawte sahab-e. s-
AMr. S. A. Rawls. of Jacksonville, Saturday eight the hotel d 275 ai d we.e stm, to the e wie i -. .
Slesse of the state convicts, to at the rivals. a record tAt we ventu were to put thema tocsh r ,
Ocala House. cannot be exceed in any Inlao .efty e Thstorded fin a '
,in Florida. not a t6urlat pot wM w oi tt for some. tine. Mrs Me ".I .in L...
r, large lAe of Vatentlne and Vi .. ar several others hte l viw t. h .,rirsa a, tatt clip
entine post cards just received at the t=re are I Oeat L- tost Ma- and autr. Oeyter cocktatis, cIRk a. fw ... o" ..
Ocala News Comany s. loney should feel most omfbrtable ,rs, grapefruit salad, hot biscuit, : "
;over the fine business he Is enj~tIg chee' 'aIlls, olives and coffee were .. ,
Best post cards 10 cents per dosen and he is certainly conducting first served in thm daintiest and Th'. -
at Montesuma block. Call tly andclass hotel or the business would. not tempttu j anner. The -"owig 1- h2* -
get a supply. show up so well Ikes are Jadebted t4 )Its IeRld fot W; t* .-
\ --hr P i t h l aS: p ie. s. ...... ... -.
Mr. and Mrs. Ire Osteeh after a FIELDR"IUMI.E . h uVrs Charles Rheinamr. Mrs., ,
ery pleasant weeks' visit ia Jacksona-: --- J. Pottr. Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mr.. ....... s ..
vine with friends, have returned. Candler, Jan. 31.-Mr. 'A. Fielder. ,uefta Mimms, Mrs. J. W. Pea .as, ynrd .A wife of N* Y *..
of Jacksonville. and Miss la Rame, Mrs, Van Hood, Mrs. & P. ants, A" W.m A wi.2fe2 hT,-- .
IL. C. Davisa C of Jacksovllle. of Atlanta Ga.. were married thi D. L. Mtver. MIt Claree t .' .i ,*
will sell any make f see d4-hand morning at the home, at their trietran.I little Mtes Oate C0asal. 1Oeah ./* 11.t.1a". .
typewriter upon easy tenm If desired. Col. E. Barnham and Mr. ad& .' Mrs. fI -
Chas. R. PFeah, tN . W. Mcinte iy Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Catrito . i
FOR SALE-My household furnl- oficiAtti.: Only a few friends dA the *re regular winter vteitors to t0he, *I,'V4
tore. Please call-and Inspect same. bride and grooa were present. The -frem Baltimore. MLd.. are at the. Oeala wft .'gfl-
Abe Brown. --3 Pretty home was beastitully deewat- Motwe. Mr. Carringm jos the ex t the as- t
ed In palma, ferns and orange sa- p ent h atug n around Osala .". se aht Feb. "-th at the
STOCK REDUCTION SALE o%.9n The bride wore a Xree ehften tp1ttei peath eerml good harts. ss Fces of at tha
1 AT THE VARIrTY STORE broadcloth with hat to Ia.teh. Afte pes of Dick. on Chapter. U. V.
S..the c'eriou'y the happy. yo pe Mrs. ac4hel Ro en -pa her lugK g-- ~ "As,
Mr. W. H. Wilson of ftmpa,. came left for their h i Jhoacwm ile. t. Mis-i, Lflian Ross4 f O. onoft,
up yesterday to visit friends. He re- ---. .f
turned on the early sornint t Mrs., Fielderb has alay friends a bi
board Ocals, where she has bIeen a treutit 'taA. hae v
visitor this fall. and -the Star joas Orwe 7an t i- -ies ao .
Call it ano se the pretty 1"0C them In good wtihes for her W happ to have t ... t *-
fancy imported Chime that we are maO C .
d syplayig nTe Anti-Mooopoly Drug s l JTsa1Ioe t-
Store. Miss Heln JamnasoAftei a bow
visit in this ci with her friend, Mt "-
Mr.L. R. hasal is bavinghislamA.-'3 lI ,has gt Mt. 0SA. Dav sas after-
some home on Fort King aveune Ire-i"-n Jhnkis Is .e Illinois st is" "ightiul vistitwht h r.
painted in the former colors, greendeI ed t r s we ter. n rs.-
Mr. C. N. Kirkland came in Satur-,wood, Ga., today. Mrs. Re-ts reta- .
We carry the best line of tolet ar- day for his regular Sunday rest at the ed with her mother and "will .i/* ~"
U., s a perfumes, etc., in the Campbell House. While out in that her former home two weeks.
it C I country, on one of his commercial
S Co convinced. trips last week, Mr. Kirktad h the Miss Mary Affieck has gone to Bal- of several pi ,e av"u ,
bui~gs fortune to kil a deer. The M, M, where sIh wil select her wst and bureau ews
S,,CK REDUCTION SALE i emaeied from the woods -to the e a s a mmer .eda. Mis At b etc. A nest ommenIi
A1 fUT aT w IEsA Mr. STruEW". a z** will .e aware .A da or two n;
ATTnl VAIMiTY TOX e 'Ig and stowed asmtt a Adim *at...e -- Mm '
t hors,-es.' Mr.s .rd. wh 11t aw f0 t" e he..'...
s.Catter. who las been the gest4 combining boste wit
of Mrs. C. 0. Harris,. left today for his gun with Mm, and te.t
St. Petersburg. where she wl visit such W.r T
for some days before retua .mg to her, map l whgig W--*eevgi h--, - '!' M s t".
home In l clarmtL seg. The deer s,. r f t sth t M .a SSb "s
I. ea a r-f t killed in that territory Wt st hi I 'i ., i".- e se sl ady
Mr. D. S. Woodrow had %is noe time. I "'
operated on last Tbursday in Jack-. t la the tate.
sInvillN. Mr. Woodrow has been s* STOCK REDUCTION. .
fearing for several years with teael- AT THE VARit TO .I
aches and while at Mayo Brothiers. .' n *e fda aei-
th, cacse was leated in his nose. He Mr. Willaa" Wolf. the paper Van. .. ;. a .pp. wer, .* A I
will return ftr t Jacksonville about sent Sunaday with his wife d 1: I 'rP r;a
Friday. laughter at the Arms Ho e.
| STOCK REDUCTION SALE Tams Flopenae Mos retro to -k e a b-sias trip to
S AT TMS VARIETY *TORE lr hmne in Tampt this afterage -t ^- rd& y. Hio *lai we aB
A T-- Eter several dais spent .i Ocala as IU Be E 0teIS-wp t.
Yesterday about noon a negro man Miss Anra M dhe's gustst Mia the ibibag ,o ft sI 1 B
in a semi-nude condttion. went to Mr. Askew accompanied Mie Melte to ed isathe -. -
Hem, who lives near the Silver Tampa end wilt be her guest for spr- .- fB R Ed.. -
Springs ran, and asked for ietiatc eral weeks. -C. &I
stating that the Ore ti the weeds had 1 .-ta a-e.,
burned his. Mr. Ham. eying the man Neuya and La Laues. two a -I w0s a
closely, decided at once that 1e was: perfumes at the PNstatfee Drag-. tt a'in J so Wea
an escaped convict and took him. with' Store. -. 30W U gOe t. w'ss ir
the assistance of a gan. to the eon-1 wa. I,
irlct camp, which is stationed one mUBe.STOCK REDUCTION SALE Iner
this sIde of the rtver. Sheri OGstl- I AT THE VARIETY STORfE dinpgmled Bas
way went out last night and troaght --- ,.it ,y, M
him to town. February's edllisa of ncle Bgans g J I y :
Masaine contain a letter write 'hi A .'* It auetf afthe *




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Pruspusgs NOl. 346


The following list of real estate values are the best money s.saes ever
offered to a prospective settler or Investor:
Information regarding any of the lands listed below ,WW ie asly gfvt >
en; also photographs seat upon request. .J
We have a large number of different properties that are a 1 t- st*
fact Is that lands are constantly changing hands and It is up to t, .a11ycn
to act at once as we can only hold properties open for o daWs, -1M we
are sure of a sale.
Hundreds of inquiries are being received by us weekly, and we are
locating many people here. The land is cheap and the farmer can make
twice the crop and the climate is excellent. Come to Marion county.
Ne. 27Ce-4 city lots adjoining each other in block 46. on Osceola and Al-
varez ste.; worth, $1,0,; price now Cash for all, $750.
No. FC-4-story house with 8 rooms and kitchen; large veranda and sum-
mer kitchen in rear: lot 75x150: house nearly new. is resting now for
$22.0 a month: party owning same wants to go into another bhadessI
Price, $2,250, half down, balance six months.
No. 6-14B-40 acres unimproed farm lands, with plenty of ask and oak
trees, water about 12 feet from surface. In the best farm and track
C ecton; only $9 an acre, half cash balance one year.
B -22K--9. room dwelling house situated in Martl City on Exposition
S -Y street; lot 80x10O, good well water and summer kitchen, nearly new;
' Js j j* nBhalf down, balance on time. Rents for $6 a month.
Na, ENPJC-Large 24-room hotel, three floors and three toilets and bath
rooms; hotel nearly new, annual rental, $900; has paid $1,200 a year.
Party owns same will sell at a bae rgain, as he wishes to embark la
other business. Price $8,000. halt down balance in one or two years at
8 per cent interest.
No. 120THK-Large $6-room hotel, situated on the world famous Daytona
and Ormond Beach; five bath rooms, using sea water or fresh water;
engine and windmill; heated by steam and not water; inside finished
with bard oil; outside with shingles. This hotel was built last year;
size lot 100xl68; hotel Itself Is 0x$9, three-story, has ocean frontage,
The party who owns this wants to retire and only built hotel as a hob-
by. Price 315,000, half down balance on time. Pictures of this hotel
furnished if desired.
NJe 121THK-Connected with a big hotel is an ocean pier gOx10 fpet run-
ning outt Into the ocean. This is used as a casino sad dance hall; also
has bowling alleys, with 25 rooms which are used as bath room wind-
mill and steam engine with a big lobby and fiteplace. Here bathers
are seen the year around as the climate is unsurpassed: inside Sansh
of mission and outside finish of shingles. This casino was built In
1912 and has been a good Investment but parties wish to sell Price.
$12,000; good terms. Photos and Information furnished. This power is on
the Ormond and Daytona beach on the Florida East Coast Railway.
N. 38K-10 acres, consisting of 150 acres in cultivation and balance in
woodland l1% miles from railroad; several varieties of fruit on place; 4-
room house with .large piazza; 3 god barns and out houses; good cis-
tern water; principal crops raised, corn. cats, pindars: other crops
grow equally well. Price, $2,800, all cash.
N&. 2OK-100 acres best farm land. 50 acres now under cultivation and 50
acres In woodland: good American wire field fence around S0 acres;
small two-room cottage and large out barn: 400 peach trees and a few
other trees on place. If bought at once will Include 1 19-lnch harrow.
1 1-horse wagon, and other farm Implements. The price for above is
only $1,150, half down and balance in two payments.
No. 9PJ-450 acres best farming and truck lands; 75 acres in heavy ham-
mock woodland uncut; big well: good roads: six miles from Micanopy,
miles from Orange Springs, three miles from railroad. Adjoining
farms which hae been worked for the past two years are raising from
40 to 60 bushes of corn to an acre. The above place was used as a large
farm during the war. This place Is worth $25 an acre, but having to
sell same at once we are offering this place in tracts of 100 aores or
more at $12 an acre, half down, balance in two payments.
Ne. 218-80 acres heavy, loamy sand land, part of an old field; good six-
room house, shed and barn; also about 60 peach trees and 20 orange
trees now budding: several other varieties of fruits on place; entire
tract fenced by good new fencing; spring and well: principal crops.
corn and potatoes; other vegetables will grow equally as well; four
miles from railroad. Price $1,000, half down balance In two payments.
No. 217--27 acres in all. 150 acres can b1, cultivated at once, balance In
woodland; last year a good crop of cotton was raised; this year place
will be planted with watermelons, unless sold at once; goor four-room
box house on place; good well water and fence: fence covers only 140
acres, 4 miles from railroad. Price $1,400, half dow" balance in two
No 321-10 acres all fenced with good hogtight fencing, consisting of 7-
acres oranges and 2 acres of peach trees; good four-room cottage and
barn and stable: well on place. This place produced 60 boxes of oranges
Sand 0 crates of peaches last year; on railroad. Price $1.750, half
down balance In one year.
Ne. 1 -CD-100 acres high and well drained land, situated at Melntosh, be-
tween 1100 and 1200 orange trees bearing fruit now. The land Is all
beavy hammock; also four small -houses on place; watered by wells
and running spring. This could be made an ideal home. A i nvest-
meat for a hustling farmer. Price $2,000, two payments.

No. A-180 scres fine high and well
Ave miles from Ocala; about 100
and barn oa place: about 20 acres
$15 an acre, but in order to close
an acre. half down.

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keep us awa v dm 3-d- 3*.
woot l oetman

a-. -nee thae tb ,sui,
abMut the poor artas dwhe. ai

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is the foolish thi stuatdf thM
have made themot*(An IsL

Whars ta ma ot gmag a .
Ne te f usgtles ablt.
At threseert a'- a s.

Fold have amer trdL
Onhaly whee to hes te anu
Tyhrouamasb e hely a
Btk tads, othey saw .
Thoroauglyn s pprs@L

But they always dte 1bwr,
They have hewa w s hw.
0cef to every Utie wVh
0aupo il ame Sm
wih beat tahehret a
Or bbh gus is wIan .

For a century sr tw
And stl be aoMv.
What's the use of dylaag % a0
DroppIng of tfe h-s,
At the age of shO-tweT?
Hear thm sg, s "Hftsa.
You can spmd i aft am*

Show us, If yes plms

Up to the Audleme.

drained land, % mile of .hard road.
acres under fence with two houses
In hammock. This place is worth
an estate we are offering this at $7.50

N. 3iNCJ-Lot, .22x230 feet square, with one two-story building with
eight rooms and three two-story houses with five rooms; all are near-
ly new. Half of the above square empty upon which could be built
tour two-story houses. This goes with the square. The annual rental
is 8750. Price for the above is $6,000, 'half down.
mx-4--0 acres hammock land situated In the northeastern part of the
county on the Astor and Lake Eustis railroad, one mile from Summit.
This land is worth $10 an acre, now only $4. .
Special 173-6,000 acres cut over lands for farming or colonization, or can
be cut up and sold in city lots. Land situated half-mile from Rock
Springs, on A. C. L. railroad. This tract is worth $10 and. over a* acre,
but will sell in tracts of 1,000 acres or more at $4 an acre, half down,
balance on time. This Is a good chance. It will pay anyone to hold
this tract as an Investment.
We 'have houses In any part of Ocala or can get any kind of place you
Free factory sites to those who wish to come here.
What we want Is capital and labor; farmers and investors. Come and
help us build up the grandest country In America.
Deot wait; act at once and be with us.
Rearanees: Munroe & Chambliss Bank; Commercial Bank, Ocala, Fla.
Write us how much you have to invest and we will tell you how to
make R do more than three times the amount invested in any other way.
What Is better than a good safe Investment in real estate? Write us for
facts on anything that is grown; corn. oats, sheep and hog raisin alfalfa.
potatoes, tomatoes, cantaloupes, watermelons, oaages mad other fruits.
celery and cauliflower, cattle andchicken raising. Write to about any-
thinf that you want to know and we will do our best to serve you.



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