Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 02 12, 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: VID03089
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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DEIAL SURGEON psed to threw at a- .S at,
Office Over Munroe & Chamblis' Bayontes ef e a a***tig N1i4. 0 bet abe to ree tIn s Uo e.s.e a For A,..r w flspa- tk. .a i ,o eMenNa
Rank. em.. at Lasehfn e b h fee ir a ant" Positive curd now o"
OCALA - FLORIDA s"peto e- Sim vigerouly to the medical fater ty. Caarrh hbe- L.e* PM ed*~6W ~ .I
? u ta eo-.tta total dismea, ret alres 1 A'
L TERMS. CASH. C ar toni treated ars chicao, --i b.
-- -- Catank Core Is to ake terally. act- when the Rian sn
Sm lng directly upon the blood sa M- ~ a l 0oan atm
J. E. CH P$E'.n
D E N TA L ,U PRG E OC uN ieteri In a l t .eas d a p tien tro r was i" k.-" --..'
Rooms 9, andi Tat _e_ pres c -t-e o te ;. ba-- te a Bg I. wov. Rar Admiral Robley D. E vans t .t
Roooms 9, Ho and II it- whth T The proprietors have so much faith In "FU g -W Bob.- seated in his apart- the comvi ntlsm a
Second Floor, Holder Block, s- last night.- eir or ised to t Its creative powers that they offer meits in the Auditorihm Aune last higsh choem
ee by Ger lrt t re O Hundred Dollars for any case night., made this s Ifiant statement. school boW4 ,'
OCALA, FLORI>A. quest of Sheriff Lagsia.has had the usat at tfas to cure. Stud for testn- A "'What Is 18mre." added Pie ad- ,t ak Ca
effect of quieting- the pulace mo1lsAddress, F. J. Cheney & Co.. W5p" herself reaiingOWt01 m
TERM ASH. ,c. ley, the neo who so narrow- rosledo. a. ,s "1 -an, riss---6..s...="n. --h-chs to''
,. _----- --- -..._. _.-yeterday.sI still In JOU bere. Mo"t- Take 11'' aI y111s fr ast- ad it. is PB
fort has been mosde to rnmbwe. to _
L F. BLALOCK e countyjaf at twtomw ,
Is surrounded. by a carde. ft unit S,
D U- l uen le they m.e .i. at t.. e ... ill ia. ... w-- -
which is situated In the cty .hall. "- W-iItn Nih. -- .
IMe 9 MOw Mit nkM building. Washington, D. C..- Feb. 13.-Con- W,
Man Brought in From Trilby gremn Frank Clark, o 4. at- does come GermaeG ny.1am 8!r a*-AS
Pho1 21i It became known lter trying In vain for several weeks tria will espouse the cane the" a I lip-
Hre-4 to 12 m.; top. negro suspect has been arrested at to fight of an attack of malaria. has Russians
TERMS CASHTrilby and brought In quietly. He was h cold. He t a p Egad w nd here a it
TERM. CSH .__- lodged in JaIL About midnight a mobVe vatohospital thrfateld wit meu- Japan by virtue of existing treaties T:T. .bt
. .of about 300 men formed on the edge monla. What the rult of it all will be no o
of town for the purpose of golag up to mnan p 'fwn. '
SCharles 0 Hulbert M 0 the lookingthi. YOU KNW "-ap he desire bo
l u M. but after sending runners out -and The merts a the Wnmer, you in te wlotd to "lt withhaft b b -mank- j SgrSM q
finding that the soldMep had the woid l er mffer tm kiay. blad- era. li a tt sat t t ltate t9i m
SIMK IC nyin premises tborougily Itavested, this dier or thewae treMbLe. $1 bottle two are JaiiaW bst w.b The eatiy L
plan was given up and the mob vent msnit tnwatmeat. Seld by brua ?ns Cftt eo at the 'ate ttat ,M
ad ISw home. or by malL -*1 for teUmsal. Dr. speedaI, eynow.I tm-i. a 4 c
Ofce Second Floor The Munroe and Amother teSpst at Leagiam 3. LW.I 5allftmv W M19 1- a\sreh
Chamblss Bank Buildin. Ocala. A telephone message was receed at ,ueo t q.-
Florida. here this morning "tat-tbere was an- nerve, ever'e-, e, -,4V-so
other negro at ougm whois be- FOREG KiLLED AT M.AMI evty
Telephones: Office. 222: Residence, 221 t be the moana td. A OR-MaIfDstate.i.
Office Hours of men have gone to that poait to West Palm eBaih, tFeb. *rl.-last "Bt t t e rec t ..( e .Ac IJ
0-12 a. m.. 2-4 p. m,. 7:0-2 0 n m. bring him here .for Identtsaont. hste o'lock thain was crssA- SWtlalre "Ulad 3A lA SSa.qi sS
It Is pretty well shown now that l thae street ous the South Side, An- tom to avenge .MI kf5ia
Crumley is not the m wanted. Miss deaodO LPO.s- Of I=ao Rebade L da wo.tth l -

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER eineariTrenton. a town at whicimt.y lie In the low, mry bottoinsif th5ghnL
IrmalNerell, who was fact aa ean d Pytaoa the breed rond of -n awel itaddoW

Plans furnished some of the men who were In lester- lirts .en bease. . ch.fl -r "- "
on application. somewhat. Still there I g very reason aadtade, weakes aad general debi l-
Sto believe that It the man is brought t~y and brtfn safferiaI or death to
P*. I 1.*. before the young ady and fdentlled thousaith hearty. But Uestric Btt-
as the scoundrel who attacked her he ter sever fall to deabugy them and We ItY.'-IWU 01! b.S^ KR
.--..-- - .. -- will be lynched unless the ilctIa cre maalara traMblea. "They are the'*S Bi___ ;
are quick and determined. best all zomd tom i aa-d eue ft" ma
TIE COMMEC iAL Militia Have Qwit Time lart I ever -e" M. p l 0OWH
oThere i nothing for the fty-odd mac, M er kM ey ad blood tro- mt p Vthe
BARBER SHOP er the ommand of Capt. bleand will present typhol-. Try STENOIGRAPHER D pet t'ftaMd:
BARBRU SO PP. Moritz of Tampa to do ecept stan them, He. Guaranteed by all drg. BOOKKEePER WART flalaush sd*me
da' ohd lmo fre ouacked around camp ftres last nightor e e
OpBsB lUtO the lobby Of the and today they are beRl h relieved la A bookkeeper and teRc...a.r. a g-*e wta d per.
lA l e HOiP. suads, one sfad going of to rest CABINET MAKING good c intlo office m.- an. a - '
Caoa bIi while the remainder sat ad guard. -W-- fena co airdaen htht0stea d *J e..
- There hate beea no demonstrations We have optead a shoph at n W ey appybte at this det Apply .t A
S Offer the very bet service of agal.t the athoritiew today. weaver' No, 31 worb Third .stre t. wro n onA. ly.
skilled workmen with modern ap- The arrival of the troop last night where we ame tLy peqUped withe
areuickwan rather a surprise tO thLe b mo llr todic knowledge to = anofno
pianoces. Strictly gannary. Flec- h"ihnasM still a ea he HvQermt cabinet me ing, win sed w sadI L U. a a1s111110
elcfans, ectric massages. jail in confused ranks, each apparent- dow screens and all klads of cerpe- tIUIl 50G per ed h l '"tt >
N water at aLT h r waiting tor the other to gve they both new an "T eoW ..
VINCENT C. DETTERICH. Manager. ben made. Georte Newell tether of e betedo aad.
-', -.. - seemed to be quite positive that Crum- wrIte uv. setll, .e
ley, despite hIs stral htferwasrd talk DA-t. kin e DAILY. odIa t
SmIn the face of death yesterday morn- oe a
Sd wl prAevl ln, was the guilty maT ou0r of the TIRED OF IT ALL
six men arrested as suspects have --
been released. New Orean a., Feb. 1.-'We are -
ERAL DIRECTORS -such -s as dreams are made of .. a
inr h b' TWAS A mLORIOtgU VICTORY and our Ifpe Ias re with a aleep. "w
M-eVS ALFRED OWEN ThereA rejo 's ing o at s Fedora. Men. am a. t It a i
le a allf the town for cin V. Pepper r -T- Ptw-*tg gas dur- WAtt I
or deadly lug hemnorhages. ai could p"-
h s of work nor set about.- he wrte to~fead yesere a Nte ll evening dress
AIU Werk Done by Licensed Em- nt doctor dia t e ao too, hto, at hwmae. se came hroe sevea l a n
benders anud Fully Guarani!ed. after siang pr. King's New Dlscevery m h o - Mi c Ciy. *- A f 4
three weeks. I tael like a mnew a. te 31 u
wiigoh- and can do good work agaiv." ehr NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS mm S
106 WOVETERINAtYlThe re glar annual m.setig of Kie AG J
weak. nore or diseased lt a coughs
VE and colds, hemorrage hy -fater., If stckholdersfth e ala Wet of ther a n
grippe, asthma or ay bromebiTal at te:oi be her In the city aWt Omolar
*- * *fection it stands unrivaed. Price 50oc pany hldnhe c o -- xA
a1B1Y AI and $1. Trial bottle frtee Sol and Fl....a. on D-y the *t 4.) q The above is the aa.erdl:Ot
guaIanteed by all nutore. Mach A. D.,I,,hrL --.a O Val -E^RI^ ,-,.wS+ soe53
STHRE MEN DROWNiO "i t mAL. : ... ... *. -
'CIr horses boarded by the month, IN TH, GUL OF APLES R i e ed ra
cda-ared tor If uda. -,- --- --- --t t ao, a +.a^.+
Uag also by ay tor mea rt Myer., Fla.. Feb. l2.-The U a Lker Welt; muagmifi
le .and all domesticanimals men were drowned out of a party ot et vew, beantll shade trees. De- fI-S : llB
S Created. thoroughly equipped tor five who wentt out Into the Gulf w sisabl oroeerty. J. M. Neesr. real a _-..

g/hrna ayp" operation. Naplem below here yesterday after-tae agut. ehmerteld, Pl. 1-30
mleatlut diersesihoeing done. noon. the two survives tenMag a story
hof hardships in a wsked boat. The MH FISH AND OYSTR- A.NSI;A
A f dead are William Phlp, Charles __
e n Wicker and Ray Hackney of ChcaO I rcei te every day from Crystal y.r '
01TY VETERMARIAN The body of Wicker was tend but River choice oystra. both inside and A the.a
the two others were aCt. After they Gatt oysters, salt and fresh water fish 'a g
Da Night PHene 196 had gotten-far out lato the Gulf the a mullet. I can give you the bet
...... ..... oat capsized, thee of the men be- I nfish any system fresh and %IVpt- -
ing drowned immediately and the ly delivered. Phone 21S city market: f"
cause they clung to the wrBec. .o, -O ,.1 t ,
Had melancholy, probably caused by I l POl 1 1 -t-:'*
an tionve lver. A- bad liver makes N.tly -ed. Apply to owner
one eross and Irritable, causes meft- Inbuls Rent to be in advan eyo s.
tal and physical depression and may 3. V. Meaett. 2-4-tt e -
reralt disatUcro y. Baltnards He e ae
Ss acknowledged to be the perfect v a
er regulator. If yo'e blue and out BABY HANMO
A nt fV Wy of sot s,. get a bottle today. A pold-will get Into mslcheft-often It meaws"i fr.
T9,j ^ tive cure for bilious teadahe. eon. a- baur or cut -or ecald. Apply Bal- ..
Sstlpation, chills and fever and all liv- ard's Snow Lm nt just as soo as .--
er compnts. SoM by the Anti-Mo- the accident Iappena, and the pan- -
I.s P f opoly Drugstore. wi be relieved whm the wolud w .
Mal.t B _--- a" qddy A uro _ir _-_I f, mltfll 0 A n.
_iDAYTONA PO&bOrru)t RO& O for sprlahM rR and all palm.s.
P e 2f-- e, e ad $1 a bottle a.-id ; IF i anan


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BeIA o-an A.aorth Mae wtK a s
w oulw d have eawt. $ % u the
s ertl road proved a great saving.
C. L. mTTING A CO. The urmace that creates th power
_C L _' (, and- s* to operate the railway as well as the
C. L Sitia a R. f "L C l two mies south of the river,. Is of
Proprietors and Pubashers. 20-horse power. The aerial railroad
track consists of wire cables stretehed
C. L. ITTINWr M arew the Intervening space tm
ediir and a e M8sge twers i feet high. The buea t f.
papO"ate-the buckets bold about a
ft. R. CAR LM sixth of a toa -are dumped Amuteimt
Sky Editew -W aOusd lM -a- lcally. Wheo he bucket esa tha
dumping round it strikes a esm a
.... Is emptied and righting itself It eon-
tin es ts journey around the tower
A PROMIsE FUULI -D and back to the- mine, where t is -
..l- Woaded and sent on its jouram y agaiLa
A Visit to the Pli.pI. Mines ad At the washer we foed asm e-
C"Ws Caw** by after of thae lous device. a round table. whik tI
Ca o Camaa y to M volves an the seeen dumps the wasb-
etar in C. ay w ft JS* t **T ed ro onto sad table at & he -are
Lawia.ta Co sw t ipet. seated a number of convicts who are
S retur ladisft & Tam-unable to do hard work and as t
ln atm!bs with or table revolves with the rock on It Mey
ad, JaTr l wby w mO au prr te the Pebbles and rock tht do
aid.a JInspohT rt.Wf ot nvctC pul not contain phosphate. When the ta-
Gmana had scwa bw bang ble baa made a complete circuit a
ed whea Mr. Lewis reminded the fange scraps the clean rock into the
whit of the promise made to accom- car and it Is carried to the dump to
paY imm in the Uw p ect of some of b dried out.
n Wte ss o sum p He We saw the men working I the
w ld not t* noforananswer"d Grigga udh ^ 1wt woyeldned. feet struck a strong spring otfilater
erythn along the. *e of the A, that wells up with great vohm and
C. railway. We saeaS dit on to keep the mine from being sedd
t* Istachatta to Juliette. s pho- two big pumps are kept working day
pate and this ladstr has created and night.
the towns and s e s ale6 that. Not so many years ago the Butt-
Hme. The landscape is dotted with genbach people in seeking deposits
mokestacks. dry sheds immense made prpect on this land and par-
mounds of each made by removing chased ame of M. Or a for s2.-
the o1'rburden frm the rock. rall- 000. The first mine opened was found
t4 ttracrs running ito mines, de- so rich In high grade rock that they
Sforestsstrees.of washed were offered tSO a for. the property.
ded foer. atrctin s o motleybut the ofer was declined and later
mdsat covterding tcMs y a n otley on another excavation developed evn
to see the rins P n th g ir a larger and richer mine than the Gst.e
ileIne the picture hat fil tsbefor he excavation from the mise i
meall. a the pictureanthat flitsba about O tons a day and the surm
tne Ia the train speed on it way, a
tare not of the morw pleasing and tonnae fr
laviting kind, but uegatve of how The fuel used by the ttt
bountiful is nature to man ton suPPy- people consists of both weed and coaL.
g his wants. How the bowels The former has advanced ago rtlye
of the earth is gathered that sub- because of ts scarcity nd the die
stance that Is the basis of all ferta tance it has to be brought that the
iers and which makes the ground latter Is deemed the cheaper, as one
menfertile than In s original virgin ton of coal equivalent to two cord
foundityd. of wood In creating serm and wood
We left the train at Holder, named of( to2 na cord. woor
after our honored Oeala .tse Mr. The process of mining In allr ts de-
eward Holder, .who a e of the tails is very nterestin and wort
pioneer miners of phosphates. has ones while to take a day off to In-
steadUily pursued the even tenor of his spect the same.
way until now he is numberedamo Wlthout giving away a secet we
successful and leading miners of state tt t Buttgenbach peo-
pbosphate rock In the land. At Hol- ple pay out fort. operating expenses,
d he started his unprtento o such a labor, fueL machinery and
pate evtates yearn t s e. mntl they repairs a million dollars a year.
l ave developed into Iseo mining It is no news to the state tha the
plants and as Holder s the center of demand for phosphate rock Is so im-
the industry in Citrus county, It wa Ited and the price so depremed In con.
appropriately named Holder, though sequence that all the lare operator
It was none of seeking of the are clositng down some of their mines.
modest gentleman whose name It The Buttgenbach people have three
bets n, r an to idle at the present time. They make
While waiting for a conveyance no secret of the fact that if they were
bear usto one of the Buttgenbach to. oher their product stored tishedL
ltes. of which there are a dosen, we nearly s15,00 tomn they would not
Interview ed the lo me F.hnt get cost of transportation for same, and
and postmaster ofthe placeand F. W. for the present cannot see mut pros.
o on. another merchn Both pect to enhance Its value. It Is true
ar doing well In their business. Mr. that most of the large opnratoMrs have
ong has bee especially successful contracts ahead at good prices. b
Fiftern or twenty yea ago br. o n these will be led during the winter
wa a resident of Ocaand wa will- d with no buyers t you
earng to "ptte l adt old thing to te y see the condition that confronts
earnhis dsly bread w t o these people wbo have millions invet-
deemed one the solid men of his ed. Th Is the miner's ae t
eetion, which is ndeed-gratifylng to The outsider, the pubte, who depend
it many O ea k nd, for substantial business on thL Iw-
A drive of three miles brought us dustry. declare the mines are isht-
to mine No. 20. Here we were c'- ting down so they can reduce the
ally greeted by a guard who called price of labored compel the bye
Mr. Daolar. who has charge of the# to labo a n pcomph#el whikt
convicts at this camp. Our arrival dtoa howato for o so mhate, whil
St ts tm uas the buyer ionly willing to give 8
was unheralded and we found the a a ton In a word the reader ha the
sorsw Bd te wsn mn tory as we have lt. Time wll teal
itockado and its quarters Just a you the truth or ty o i
wl fn t edd h t e o he week. For courteses shown s we doir
A los inspectiof t them by Md. to thanks Mr. Kbser for the valulale
lawics disclosed th ftahe floor .time he avet t to mke our v19i
ws wel swe ae l a on th interetng and instructive.
ho bedso dee ad comfortable end %Ve are ppared to say that o
S 7ocuSto bead S? the care Mr. John T. Lewhi takes i
whlett~helarge thwas g hanging out ipecUng convict camps he leaves n
twdry the hline wted taetor of deUl~i, however ,aMl, to ems hi*
to dry on the ine tod te story of observation and is quiet to detecl
h the conic' l g wa kept anthig that should be oorrecelada
eSean This is the work of the female advse what shold and m he
Mi nd M condition and the want- t ts. In.
While dinner wa ist over, we ma are in no way _mgte ne
dthe dining h natly ceand, certainly rite man for the place. ,-
0 port of the building'within the sutte has a faithful competot and
stockade is devoted to dining p- sf t servai t in H,. L .w .

whites and blads es at separate a- -la time to have Dr. ri ,
Mea and sleep in separate portions 0 show us the Io.pr6oeaa ab a- de i-
the building. The dining oo i sup- tat iw during the past year
V flenwith a ood stove and on cold they r cl"-e te wiy o
or eMl nights the room is kept comn- several handsre homes a d a seo
We inspected and partook of the tract of town ur to H e Malso Aem a
ood served the prisoners. It con Blue springs ran that inside at twa
sted o Georgia collard becon, corn. years rose In value fo m Ii.ds t
bread and Florida syrup, and there $85600 and were sold to the lttSgen
w sufficeney for all. bach people for the latter figure be
We vsleted the mines, where we saw cause of rich phosphate depoetta dis
the Cavicts at work. They seemed covered thereon. Mr. dward Eoidei
cheersul and worked steadily but not was the lucky seller, but knowilu
st asly and those with whom we nes say the p r Ytoday., notwittl
spoke, while not relishing the depri- standlnf the present stagnation, i
vatlon of their liberty. had not a word not for sale at 20,o000.S
of coapliat to make against those Dunnellon is growlag and Its im
n whose charge they were placed. provements are very desirable in thi
After ispecting carefully every de- way of water supply, electric liht
tail at the mine and enots the gen- and paved streets. We could eztem
rs hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Dal- this article but time and space ~al
lar. we continued our trip toward a halt.
Duanellog where the same routine of
Inspection was gone through with and
the same ustfsaetery conditions were TOM PORTER WILL
found as at camp Xt. RETURN TO FLORIDJ
At the storm er cap were S Inmates
and at the matter lM. In each of the Rev. T. J. Porter, a one time Plor
hospitals we f( m one stak peron, Ida boy. a brother of the lament.
both of whou were carefully looked Rev. J. C. Porter, Is to becoIe past
after by Dr. Baskin of DwMello Dr. of the Baptist church at Key W&a
Baski and AM partner,Dr. G riffth. Rev. Porter was converted, baptie
ae emPoyd by the Buttgenbach Co and ordained to the ministry in Flor
Wod properly admia- da. For the past several years b
*2? 0 I" within their eamps. has held Important pastorates an n
The heath of these amps is u- linos, Missouri and Alabama, and I
at present one of the evangeNsts a
11 0 assg we will omy that mine the home board, being one of thM as
o. N is nearing Its ead so far as sitants In the great Baltimore cam
Getting out rock ia concerned, as the paign, We welcome him back homte
eposIt is nearly an11400d &ad it and hope he wlU fnd Florida the bee
will shortly be abaadsd and the place in the country for him.-Flori
stoekade removed etoehWe. At the Baptist Witnes.
Slat named ceamp a" mta the Msum-
he of which we have fergotte and THE CRIME OF IDLENES6
aSa our notes ar teast b can only be TH CR I EN
gtaerl it ow lmapgretsa, we ran Idleness means tiro e tfor Wao
across Mr. D B. Ker- ti. hea mai Its the same with a lay liver. 1

al over the Wisid aima __a
are ohVag i -a"l INt

ar te to hea l

Dr. -.. M i tilm bv'i'
lIg ever ssTeptlsbs
lens beftnis Goat .
fi hetr wafrt:

as thir Idnei, 4
S. what a & t

Dr. S. 40L Csb- ta' na. ui. "
toae and th deratbrthe D.te tns S
L Wmiths Willsto, thooasty sWeiarto Ttet ias
a wei known, popular "i suompful old- j
physwill be 18 by Ms up eel t sa- d a of ytn ls

reprsat o cae i a t- whV Is ofed e
north makien of Mllsa wtheMcountym s.
SThe areas of the pmposd new county Seine Siead. o

will be oe by milesInesat d t of young
srerfe a- whatever Is offered thenmeeorn h
&oThe ropert. o TbI NVa em to-got MNam Ioif Slm5
about ine milet. e -- OW *i"aM, mio-.
north endaa Ofrd* tho e whilc widiWVat rte
ud the theegon the Fleigt ectlon. The of,
question has beern fully caviassed "1"e00
with the ot i ma d.ans a :i
create t and mautme. d

the Western Ad aIite sio i a
Iely planted n maTy popa *ts of at
aion iano0 meo. a 1C -Rl" (.

Itv arrIvet" -oo andum-
the w he v aer er -
Sohall berths e INM 408 buh0 S-ig

with te r -ew cite i ve y-i. N it .S -I .

""Bronsond a&suored othe_*DO*AM a ",t o -
the petition got ah 1 ojeMtie oaa MW
County, that P- ia mejorty .of heso- -
favored the prjust, thatrIt pihosW jot A PB55SB^^Pff

tate. The WI. M wIn s '',l
"home ofthe eake. wh e "re it
section have becamejwel xwMhs* _'we& to

alt oVer the cake, tofast a nr"d A"
melon crop.~a me I si to fo fllow. mow
The eapt isthave sboutcleted ni~ Piff__S the i

the bow t very prwet" a aaerelm q
qui te in the tAdt.fore sroi smal a 4,ri *!*
community. I Ha y


cottage, with a w-fit -
open fire phace ty wate. .
lr. B. Va. n o 2-

Full ry................ 40
Ealf fry ... ... ... ... ......Me.
SMilk Stew .... ...;..........*,
SPat Stew .... ..... -.. .,i
Dose raw .r... *..., ...,
SHalf-dowun raww .'.-,,.' ..Jst
At any bhour fr eeS A. I i. a
every day tin the week. Opfsl A
C. iL peugo. demet m,
! Nr two. .- i : ,
Have you fr e atate Ga
county taxes They r&&W atI M
tended to at one to aov@-4dba ptaM-
ant waiting and 1mm mb at cr wd
wm ch e uaavdaN fs te Sfm da
or two wedal prior; t the O elooma of
the tax books DeaotS fort o attau
au old tax receipt, r e other ereet
description of the piperit Upon wbeb

the Phosphate Mplala C., iebtho
Polk county, Fa. 419

* One rubber-tUram m ri Ig gail
Aotnte euiator a o im lm -
. meats. All as ad as ew. .UBMe-
* Kensie., t.l 4 w
MOes Sonaa, direa from the
e taberis. Prices t reprise, at the
t Alti-Monopoly
i FOR SALE-Chufta seed $3 per
baMael. Apply to J. B. Mal, Orafge
Springs., Fla. 2-9
There wUill be.everal aaIrs giveS
A on St. Valentine DaM. Get the valen-
tines at Fishetras.
s R. C. Davir s Co., Jauckeavflwe.
r will sen may iame n6 se a hend-e
t; typewriter aups, eay t(a II dowMAl.
-, When visititt the Tampa fair do
e anot fa to eaB at the South Plirida
- Mall Order Hanse. 101 Laemyette
i street, just as ya start amras the
r bridge and Me Jo T. Mmoore ot
- Ocala, the mna r. so will tive yom
- a warm weic- a ashow ye a
t. strictly rat-dcas stock of whisktes,
t wine and beer.
Folers Ortne Laxative cora eomed*
patio sad liver trosile t. makes
the boweob hestfhy and &re
oi sbpet* to pOils oat SMtb It
' does t ripe or iamtn a Wby take
it ....rnw'hM Mt .Alm

.. ao e And her golden
owS0 S. IU thy beom to.
ad aek But the ftee t
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Sale Closes SIB

Remember that dthe i, '-
Great Semi-"Annual :

sirale ch die....ts. uches to s ---
Rd tM sg e ."ple= to M"AWaI.

SpiSawllloe of-rse i*------'-mw-61etw

MARCrURAN Kn__ti w ,"-
^^^ tf^ -- thefMr. P.aJ. T hI fegau. sey se s r h trh am yer h r a
a trusinese vulba us mUleabue. or two the Ua .eb oW M r. Jton toXtOW5er assag
h ....o.e. a t. t aat sa st an mUeme ea
Paie w o'av s a, WeA~ .-th.,st,1 I
ho 110 10,1in1010 aftaAto & f t- .w ,le,
ordsellttoMsee"meat -Onc-e -.-v e"

AittttrR l- Uit TS1b- W3
caEVEm" a -

Peopl ca adt to Mdy UisaP B.IRaysor w lotGee -
r t .. X. ir. l w la t Dr.. I P. t

"-w C OS-S f w c c46 The ew e m ...a t. :~ .. .
oeosO o _teWa_ i r tmi. .wl l h e- Dr. tm .nt ec setd

+t e Tw ".ra m . "s, t

-Saturd ayh .1,1. aFeb.S .

at this sale, lose not sion dol sofor
m ecW C wIA .B. i .t a th
another MARCUS FRANKty Propfeor BomY" PM ,,I ..s W" o & us"- =0 ISN"'110 .
sirable merchandise at such asoIshmgly "

p c w A -'-M ,.' ' T, --'-+- **^m -^- -,g .

ao .* at OmoI. U + t "at w,. Pr ar mt wy_*-
.fW.*. "be oilw s- i '

People MARCUS FRANK, Propriet to wn-.- -"ot alo n t+ om s
oa out Of& *r- SS ebea p ts

U ,. + . wn . .. , a. .....:,..-.a
Mrs tNielm ma o mita ases. ebe &*q. ds aft NEI

kids el PreifmlkyTFMK t e at jl l .. : .*'; ag^IS .
AweekI v.iat with her da O e, Mrs.i wa a-Wks o Sfft.As'-,
....h oes Y f--calo f tBA -efMatm' e-a

HI V JK J M II M V Vpecte ...v ". k a .ea" ". .... 'a s "" _'_ '! .:,: :.i"

A. Frank, Mgr. Ocala, PF . I -

-t .. t he a ,d tw " o' 10..oB

Sm.;' f+ You can gt them in all styles. II-.. -or a4a i m a I
theh appropWeae vorse fromcourt.theld render


Sat prie rln from I1 ent to " .1 w morning In Mr. Whitworta '
_ as mA r M.rm E. We ea_ t Dr..Guerran
tor tho gIrl you p, abest Is always ft"Wl A""

appropriate, L,. -Valentine's .Day,, ,,- yweaw' ~. .' '
.and we hav e a g. ....t variety to choose
from.pYo can net them In all styles..7

- at prices ranging from I cent to .3 :9 -..

ist. .each..AL -.

HOOus FOR Hi l(KCEPING ENTERTAINMENT SY wA'T -.A po.toi tia.ssM a 1s
Several comfortable rooms arranged .. .-_..- iMii II0i" (I u 8 I i.i ?,-m..
for housekeeplg. thinr foor Star 9 a of the WWo Oals etB.' D eda 312. W. CIe&
building. Apply at 8tar offce. will be giv..n on Friday. tre m -ry 15, I9+
at the amory at I o'edock. The ts 'l
..... are to e donated to the primwry de*M MI V. V.
partmedt of the pubite +eb ftor rth e Iet-f *.i Molme Jolm arw. -- .
erection of a fenct aruned the newe.
fBcool rouse. This is ahu seentt ia n iesdt ae beu C. sl. t 6a"mmtob'I- ago
wee a t a worthy cases t ai e tp. te Lme the t few rw 1y -.. ... .... ..
at c that rmbodry wla t mI- td e .Te. 4m MIs. 7r an John west i
tainment. s-12-tt -M I tO YIdtM 'mr tins-Of 1." Mw
Doe LOST e Is b et. ye ehike atm. .bsi .t te ,
Ar" e white p o atet wIth Uer iw w ,N "e OVbs 4 -U lDm u MA. Md"-
,.ored sots Plnd tooe left ee. Ve w.e..
-friendt .. ao w.e. t.O thew. n e ot M. ...e. t

Ti_fax -.n + n0 7 1

FOUR FOR ONEN ta resJmeth0*
IN -'"- l . held Pft"M oweva. I A, gt -t^
7:86 orgloft 1h I "sm x Ta-kte-t
GET TWKZ THE 116 ff =rIU .fi -I.3.- A+--_.5-5-

T UN TN --- . . t- .. .. ... ... .....

DY tauSet "m lege-I -lan----- a- -, .
TUNGSTS aoN IGHTS beat laggaAi.1

REDUCED EATTES -a--t..- ...-

1 f the 10to t1a. he neae tta.' d al.l ...
Tm0e to tdes t W to the spot the L 0.0.F.MeOts over u a T eale at
ATttetwae v S6Mto peabiti. a Ing In To s Ha L Vitie reei e-
I o Te w Ad "e imom al e.Ieasm t d _t -tal ways Tr w e k &ie .
the w g~-i d a W TUe, wNr X.

t"ane eoft-te w i onl" m IW X IX t O "rmtt a
SElectical Spply House at S o B
t, S_____UNeS._____U_ b.geh*.b b,,.,, .geho*abihead W U
"-Uheft w93 bring a cM We Ahm'o126
basw neve r b.dof the e tegt be pslli.m- s *M
R *1rq S know W propoREDUCE wRAeT 1ran"

S-VIA- aild st s e ato th h etath i srno tpag.

Agent at Lochloo, Lake Charm, Orlando, rat .tomaA o," .A
roary 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 2*, and 25th. Ticketo yw a. n ase.tte em." an ,r tov duyo or .Ante weoL
are o THE- Tbe ate It W C. 5 f r NaO I.W,. USS CW 4Y

,h "I'll o me," s A*ma t a bit N, L Ge tlek P,.
Fare From Ola $40 For Rod Trip wyde oradIn -m"-

SmIt. e rth patn t wwe e asstr a- mA ian L Av Ima C-al.
SoTamp, Fha.s Feb. 3etfd to 27th. etoft th t I W Ih Ia Ol d

FTDaEksThhrTRsY E Y ORm, mr t. s m!I mse A. s" h w. F. ...I -IDn Loo
"gent- at Lochlooa, Lake Charm, Orlando, Saraota that NIL tEll. w-odler, Sas "ta'y.
atent Opoints to Tampawh will sell tickets on Feb ASC a CnAiTR N A. .*a" no#
a 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 19 20, 22, 23, and 25the. Tickethf barv a eot to o wt -he -matter." e W .
are good 10 days frcm date If ale. b tr A
Ag et sat h.untlrin rean tasr for M nS.a e Herthe t ata W Wis gt lel A taiten l a every mon ti at L '
Ser coide in e am ll Amtte aftbe a it N. L GottlH P .? .. .g
Si ra r n rn of ttrggle wih hrl. jasee U o wnm sectar y t Wt..son Aetei ,tla r
FMary1,112e Fr 679 rR.o m Oaa, 2, b ir th.aT i e ktshavead to 4.00tohRth Ratu.ndRTri erAri oAO

hd b pretenh A fathfe members if thes BAKMU 4 dO lD Mit s-de as- Or lttle T day ever a c, I1t .asiti WWll-
amodg go0 A cs the lte Fair sr-ale ."& WO 79e W- 0toV th t w Cee 1 brer X&23 D. Aa t r A.r.
Snt he l h to dH a the 1hma o st l abyls. e t int evpe ,ng etac m t ,:. i a of -A a
SkSIDNEY HAILE, HENRY RAYSR, rth a me it She lla i like at waiftetnk AtSf a. Na tL -etto. a .-...
orr.wokllie.of hclleb mex Jo kefBrown. la-re(Wth
Fa F orda $. hassbengmemr anpod aTict A swIt led, large dimay C R. Bouver crefOry a
Agent, a otarin.t o twer and ie ty to lo tola? itme tw cam thrsem-tIe I la Ledghi v "re ,ati.-d "aas&I
SIDNEYhHA LrEsdet, ad -. -olte_ __toaca e e- a c late t powet. lip s l i ,Mi.

Agent,-Oand calaleFl. brtailthfPassengerandTic kre tAg n t we dw a t e th Atmte seccan
S, o the ttae arte. Shewalked
The great Stok Reduction S eat BELLEVIEW w"s en f t

LORISa AND~Lat Thursday. February 4th thra d b her. thoue ou qo ot .peBta P.' ' .. ....
M s m. R. C. RIdgea birthday. A 1t sbe may aw rbd mac to do wi e ,t teat. e ld thd .. --o d- ttg T
ehv al' had been a faithful worker In every BJesudek OW Srbdi We 11w Tuday -'Lio pnacttoe26. bte Y- i
good cause In the City of Oaks for preoive. What #A there orf tgpW l Itin# brotbers eedlafty lavini,
both neighbors and -trangers, every- of the W a e tbm a otfatala rate- Stephea Jewett BMtA d W tr. slow,
one who knows her loves her. The iwt tst wte b04 ltat tthe baTely (leo. c. crom =-wcawl.
tB do o c Bellevtew Workers ocin ety, of which blue?ind what n h e dtywpical of InO
Sship down m the mtsh n hoanaaendd faithful han a Ah osr na C.crd
fla sttnn tye.decidedarho s eo ng etogited her h i all t Mag t hin ter w Coecordla Lodgyear e r ase iMb. sme ga. ut .S5

orse or mule or i yo are in the the Tle that Binds Our Bearts tined gl h wriggle t u ke ero Union of America. ets f thjead t.-.-
a- j- Ay tv e sznau *ont looked tp at the peaks with a Tonge's Hal. B .Tome P. __ .|,; ij.-:..

S market for number of horses a rd bhyit ngan Love." M remembrane sorte of t stf ee we Cn s Tadhaf. .h e. yC re Cs..e. i. .B
tmoAles for annu u call on u. w r_. _idte wth _the beutful tr te....he b o, l u M .res ,- l r -,

S absolutely guarmtee all stock sold an a "loving remembrance from the so- mtVe 9Wpo a Bhad refe- ,- w-- Nef L& 1T re ^,g i r.- <
can give yoU the benefit of the very clety for her faithfulness to them, he said. "BShe may be taktg over pedome at Posoatoem 4 T w mDrg w w
closest prices. We alo carry in stoc after which Mrs. Gale, Mrs. Bridge's there nOw." A wind rolled over e ore. .. : -
large quantities of uats and hey at th, daughter. announced that refresh- dead leaves where We faned the wo- ..
lowest market price. .ents would be served, which was Ice ma worked. Anuette drew ear me- I :' &VW h ...
Reenectfully, cream, cake, oranges and bananas. so near that he sIkes seere rbbe
A. II. DEME NT d. CO,, ocas F;. ke with them and the birthday s against k eLe Tie e stood a
--- was made by Mrs. Holstead and beau- few stepbefoOkigatthe
S.. tifully trimmed by Mrs. J. N. Shedd moUntalts. the ley, aW Y taythia -
and was greatly admired by all who eythbin that sade up the view. Pr et maw
1V:2 G l saw it. The other refreshments were "Herman has lost hi eal"e," I said aa t.
AlID IA ~I furnished by Mrs. 0. M. Gale. All Ia a low voe* to Annette. "She see. b ft U sUUC "oe uon ftoiwu t4' i.
I:LU iN went home having spent a pleasant nothing aIaL" a
Evening together that wtll be long 'Thank lvesr" w"a the whIepered Careful estirtes made on00 al higher work Rev~ Chares 5 L t'k8
-* 111remembered as a social good time. All repy contract work. Gives more and Ja k ad... W I
wih Mr. and Mrs. Ridge many more What a desolate spot" I remarked better work for the money thran e h U paI"-. .M -
SMrs. Ridge's birthdays will be as -t he bt ther Contractor 1 tow c t e
pleasant as this one was.wL then to the
l TWl 'T TMrs. C. D. Bogart and two daught- "Yes, there Is," a 'd the chd. a i treml a I e dM a to
ers. Edith and ElInor, went to Oca Tbere's a woman owir there raking w or em t they hbaw em~
fr tc Et ift I7~rIE Wednesday to spend a few days to dead leasee." tha li. ThiI
attend to business and visit friends. I felt a ceni elTve grip on my arm. bel ,paill lqs 4Lig
*_ _ __ Mrs. J. F. Pelot and Min Maude I knew Annette needed sport, and I lwfth l ta O to a ,d
--- -^ - - Deuser. of Levon. were in our town put my arm about her to steady her. I o-m a .as P-lsr dlsag I ll
Coa e last Thursday. All their friends were nwatartledmyelf."
glad to see them. "Where?' I asked of th chil. Sp...
Mr. and Mrs. Cogsiwell left MoandayI kn .
for Jacksonvlle to spend a few days. .g.. -
Mrs. Caruthers Is in Oxford v litg T are oy hole where the ey t* A t the
her daughter for a short time. shouW be." CUWW BUtky h a A
J. A. Freeman and family visited "Oh, come away
W UK relatives at Shady Sunday. It was Amette who wailed the H 3 I
SMrs. Washbfrn and Mrs. Polly came words. But she had no power to go.
down Tuesday to be at the meeting or My pla had worked too weIL Its oh- m asl.. i s +
the W. C. T2. U.. which was held at -to |eite bebr that -vIg ggfor
the home of Mrs. Ashworth. wi throw t .
metm k g ig to the anti-aloon meeting In Jack- t ysarmi-ad succeed, but I feared g-
-b .... II t tnl h eM "l .l M .gllt *I sonville. the sho ek. I took her in my arms and I
eMat te iidnaMlbe alSS Miss Ruth Whittier. who has been pat my fhcO agalat her cold cheek. I VWl
4tea*rkbysty peh Mon the sick list for the past few day. looked lov0 tato her wld eres. All to
u gs iloithW *eI af is greatly improved and able to be out so purpose. I couid get nothlang t bat.rKIIY .-e'
again much to her friends' delight. convujalve ahuddes, lt eag.----
The sad news reached Mr. Bennett That was Ir g whfle ago. AWlette "e ,
C 1 l e v Johnson that his brother. Mr. Sidney is ay wf bt I have v ceased to 1
AV 0o The colored schooll entertainMent at __L ....1, - bS

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