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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 13, 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: VID03090
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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Volume 14, No. 22

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Office Over M unroe & Chamblisu




Rooms 9. to atid II,
Second Floor. Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon
W Ue Over C--mreld ak
Phone 211
Office Houre-8 to 12 a. m; 1 to 6p.m

Charles 0. Hulbert, M. D.
.Me~p~all ftyscia.
aid Serves
Offlee Second Floor The Munroe a"d
Chambilis Bank Building, Oeal,,
Telephones: Office, 22S: Residence, 21l
Office Hours
9-12 a. m.. 2-4 p m.. 7:20-81 n m.


Plans fnrnis&led
on application.

P.G. k 46.

Ocala. Fla.



Opens into the lobby of thq
Ocala HoUie.

-Offers the very best service of
killed workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec-
_ tric fans, electric masassaes.




Uuiutuins ad Eudmhmm

lte deeikere
Fm Cas and li" iN
All Work Done by Licenseg Em-
bawlers and Fully Guaranteed.



ty horses borded by the month.
or bearded an" cared for it destred
MIres tf. also by day or meal.
MorNee and all domestie animal
trlted. Thoroughly equipped for
pWrtonme g any operation.
Seemidle horseshoelng done.

Day Phen 10 Night Phene 19*


Lowest Prim.

NW Wbe Ainn Ms.Uwis
Poe Idmay s

(Special to the mar.)

1k-.m-,, Feb. 18. l1:W a. m-On
their way to the iareow Jail frlo
Gaineswvlle at 5 o'eoeek this moral
a party of amn boarded the tral a ad
overpowered Deputy Siherl Spftt and
compelled him to carry Jack Wad&
on to Ikeland. Wade was peOiWtely
IMk-ntlifed as the man wte attempted
upon Miss Irma NeweB Tuedsay sad
the negro was takes a abort distance
in the woods and haued to a i b
and his body riddled with alletas Alt
is quiet now. M. L Bemtta t mL ,

-- -is
T~kea.*m4, )leb. '1t-3verythina is
quiet herd today a.d It I believed
there w1 bel so further trouble. The
negro who is believed to be the real
culprit Isto Jail at Galneavlle, sad
will Dot be brought to Lakeland. He
will be held either it Gailnesvlle or
Tampa until Ideutnled and JlegaUy
tried. M. Hat-erinston.
Columbus. Mime, Prb. I1.-The j-ry
In the case of C. It bIMlth. eba
with the murder of A. LaUTmrt at
Artesla, Mss., several weeks ai- ,
brought in a verdict yestetda oa
murder into the first degree. mtlith
killed Laurent because he beil'qed
that Laurent wronged his daughter.
There's rejoicitg Ia PFedora. Teun.
A man's life has been saved, -and now
Dr. King's New Discovery s the talk
nf the town for curing C. V. Pepper
of deadly lung hemorrhagwL. "0 ol14
lot work nor get about," he write,
" and the doctors did me no good, b1ta
after using Dr. KlWg's ew Dsteovery
three weeks, I feel like a new man,
and can do good work agtala." Por,
weak ore or diseased lunge, coughs
4nd colds, hpmus mhages, ay fever, la
gripne. asthma or say broambtal a -
fection it stands uarmlvatd. 4Ptce Me
and $1. Trial bottle ftree'old and
guaranteed by all drugstores



Portsmouth, Ohio. Feb. 13.-John
Jordan and his wife have sold all their
poesessIcms. and despite their three-
score and ten will, Journey to San
Francisco to provide for tbi defense
of their son: "'Teo' y2rea olds 60
1 under lndlotaent for s t-degsus
murder. Tom Is their only s. B
had a good home on the fWrm, aud
now word comes that while .at rt
Pn~er. awaiting a Phlpplue trans-
wort. Jerdan got druak with other
soldiers and.killed a paoleeman. His
trial takes place early ta u UAlc
Had..jelanctboly. probably caused by
an Inactive liver. A bad liver makes
one cross and Irritable, cawes men-
tal and physical deprOason and may
result disastrously. BallWrds Herbime
Is acknowledged to be the perfect litv-
er regulator. It yi'r blue and out
of sort, pet a bot today. A posi-
tive care for biUous headache, co-
,stipation. chills ald fee and el liv -
er complaints. Sold by the Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drugstpe.,
PIttsborg Pa., Fe a I.-M4lfvt
headlong Into a vat at scalding water,
Philip Otto. a cooper, aende his Uf
last night. A widower with aix chi-
dren. he -became despondent over f0-
nanclal matters aod for three days
had been bidding friend good-bye.
Last night he kaised his etildren and
an hour later hIs body was found.
PMem aM elen a Lai-aart"*e
Pneumowna often e" le is ajl-e
but never follows thee i FderW
oney and Tear. far is trVippe ems
and deep seated ae4la. Rat1a dyW
but the gemuMae I th yellow JokWr
Sold by a ll diaia.

'will get Into m et-often it means
a burn or cuat Sr seald Apply Bal-
*ard's Snow UabliIeat J a soon as
rhM accident iklpii, end the pain
will be relievei- While the wound WB,
heal nicely aad quickly. A sure cure
for sprains. theumatmlsm ag4 alll M
Price Zc. 6fM and $1 a bottUl. bd
by thb Anti-Monopoly OI-NI.
New Orleans. Feb. 12.-4Presldetd
elect William H. Taft landed here
abortly before a o'cldek ,4t y aft-.
etnoon from Pa--m1 and was ,as8t
Vonthus.aliany restived by the en-
tire cdty. whome eht e is to be usatl
tomorrow. *
Madrs Nmwr sn u
Te, gr st nerve aI eWaln retmers-
tlV for men at. -mo,;eec
pmWth andv wiasi aSM as a ths

~I~hSS. It low slijot h
depu~puip~rIt weeA il-J

No st e v*WaldW*pbe* ona.

emit vwst Of t"~sip
valn to p 1*1Iaumi hoer VS
Otie Of llllw ss img_:J slobt or A
maB em thboeeM MAftie~when Am Sim

f r

the Avp it wsAffu ht Am,-
ban. mw tmAbe Waterfrnt to
gerwith twi 'Merbee cMlAbut no
Usmeat it eheK he ftun. Thke Jack ami~
wax afterward ebhtb" by Hesry HIL o I00
utsn6th m stIO, u. * 0* tegy.4*9cees
tami V& w Wfkt t* wo,4614awl-'~

iT*-i w40~~i~r6tth ht

to he 00 lent
twx _1, tesmmt I"Ittf hr~a.
on' 1k
bemOb~ U~I ttp,
is theealy ph0"41~
to te 5flo~w= e -dt
tug cuis~tuhm~Idisese. equie.P
loo a"..tIStteamuLM

thaytftwacle to ur. Wee o
aemlatiWt. Abda In the Deyt & to mm


Co"grV paKed a bilWormat 1iw WrnJOTSf

da" atmoon mkn ~dg.~it m MISitf3*
12. 19*, ~.o~s's badredtla irthday pAfltcg~elt~~

Pvoed uev ft Ws NUNN R Wf-

pm m7--f ..a .. ..
....... .. ..
Thet U, ia~W
d~~~l manos~a

me in V Wtw' marshy bottom Ithe
Potomae. the breeding-ground of ma-
laria germs. These erme erms caechills.
fever and agSe, biliousneMS, Jaundice.
lassitude. weakm ad gmoral debil-
Ny aod brla suebw r da o

be" aSO m ti. -ny, eI.
lorip. we-a ." WSM.r O

.ind "OU-dt> Iawt "U 1,. lltl"o0
don- a eree wand &hU kh .or ,--w

1M. We whavm oe.-d a bso.t A .
'Tte -l ni- will -on or
write ur. Reslectfuy "
2-3-ti MAN- DAM NXL.

The rfegalaraft inewist oftheo
6pow W bw13b"e h o 'I" cth y t of 00.1..


... . W ...-
.*- *.. .. -*-., ;' -*.a ,

with sa knai-I
door-lwjmed lua.
i*her way-the tb in
il a~ile-sArnica

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sow 6 Aw

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C. L :ttiUgWr and It. CLI
Proprietors sad Pubishrow

Editor and Q-alm Minnow
R. R. R. OU.,
City Editor and Sp '
-i , .

The woman's Cla l5 pm ala to
g1 ive a concert 7111F 11t. In It
will be the very bestGLMl talent and
we have plenty d.A if it can be
brought to the fogg The even-
lIg will be filled violin and vocal
solos and the 911 o1'~e tra rWill
S given several nu-Mli s The proqTam
-N- will conclude with a lihable little
S skit, well named. "The Real Thain."
The proceeds tn the concert win
S be used to place fenee around the
new primary school building. which
1th eoimneamdable civic orranlzatlon
, has undertaken totid. The school
S children win ell.1190- y 4f t
wak to sell tickets and w tst there
wll be no one who wll rtaMe to buy.
The eause Is a good eam ad the good
women behind the O deserve rec-
ogultion and to ivt It let the houst
be filled from Mt~e to exit.
: since the burfine of the courthouse
at Ifumterville, Sumter county, great
Interest is e"pereencd by various
towns about its lecateas. Bumtelrvle
s l deemed too anesavenlent. hence
Bushnell. ColemUa. Wtldwood and
Webster are aspimrats for the new
. honor. Meetings are being called In
the various places to discuss the
subject and get thne feeling of the peo-
pie. No doubt an election will be.
called to settle the meonutous and
burning question to the people of
fGmter county.

The Star is glad to hear that our
S ral estate men are not only receiv-
Mag Inquries about lands In Marion
S but'selling It. J. T. Lancaster within
S a short time has disposed of five
S plesees of county property. There Is
: more enquiry thisa season aboot Ocala
and Marion county than for several
years. The Star is recelvig on an av-
erage several enquiries a day. To all
amuch we send a copy of the Star and
a copy of Et itor IL J..Brumby's Far-
mer and Fruit Grower, containing the
splendid write up of our county fair.
*" Our time is comlng. Only let the
world know what we have and we will
receive some of .Ve people as settlers
who are seeking new homes.

S Editor McKay and the manager of
the Tampa Times. are deserving of
great praise for the Tampa Commer-
eil sExpmalon edition, which was
given to the public last Saturday
F evening. It contalas forty page-a
| splendid write up and illustrated edi-
S tion of growing apd expanding
S Tampa, its trade and aU of its home
Industries. especially It being the
home of the genataune Havassna .cigar of
which It leads all the world. It aJoe
tells of its schools ad churches and
their place In promtin the progress
of good cltisenahlp. We congratulate
the management of the Tampa Times
In what It has wrenght for the iene-
fit of Tampa.

Col. Nic Bareo and his bright boy,
S Hugh, returned yesterday from see-
Ing the sights at the Tampa fair.
-Ce. Ni e ays the exhibits are good.
worth sean anad tmprovIng every
day. speakingl of the races he says
B they ab~ly ol. aight. a~nd are
'- aa good ait3e .a ewer seam in New

)' yesterday and -I a eat to be had fo:
S oney Bet. t. n galore
S and he agld f a hSed thousand
*." dollars changed m.ndA n y. Women
S were bettlnag almost as tfreely as men
and the air ftirty washed green
s treaks as the frantic betters waved

-, The Oal. deleatK to the State
*(r A.ti*Saloon League have returned
^. from ths Jackonvile etiun and ro-
S port a very large entheitei
gatherlan. The oratory .Wa espeel*
S ally ood. Whoe who made moted
apeeches wqen SteR. P. A. Baker, pres-
k. ident of the' MN ali League; Rev.
Senator DO m C. VeMalH and Rev.

W. J. Carpenter ot'iuakps. Those
S who attended from O a werew. Rev.
Barnett aad wife. H. C. Pa&kham, Dr.
Isr. L. F. Ballard od Capt. Ditto.
who prolonged htis b al with his son.
W. W. Jackaso. the veteran from
Uu lreka. was in to "a idy with a
cOO of .very 10e Plyeth 'Rock
chickens, for mraist whieb Mr. and
Mrs. Jackson are tamuas.
S L J. Brumby, editor of the Fruit &
Truck Grower, Is home fira a busi-
aea trip to Jacksonvle.
Dr. Walter Hood is now riding In
Shis new aut. The MIgl" L ade by
Mr. Meadows. which emotains many of
fte doctor's up-ts*date Ila etiou to
improve Its peaMg over sandy roads.
Mr. Roy L 6 istIoan, a peoi-l
Samt elttsen of the Sourhi Mf city
o f Uve Oak was inO r toay, e Co-
INg ot ht cousin. Mr. I T. eTlvrm-
S ste. Mr. T. Helvemate is 6a his
way to hib mMr h ame St mer-
Ii ae. Mr. W mioate made the tar a
1 least ca&
Among the arrivls at the Monte.
ma t lat wel-al W -
ber Alant: obwand 3sh. ..J.
Perry, Pedro; J. Ma Nw, IDuunel-
lon: W. o. .asAn.z..,4Q w. .J.
Polk, Morirsteta R. Mo. e and o. J.
SSoewell. tax ma a ailt. CWtua
ssty. -

Mr. 3o0M kH. oem, a factor in
* --er -,- -atws4b


To those who were so kind at the
time of war bereavement, the death of
our beloved husband and father, John
Bradford Webb, and so helpful with
sympathy, kindly deeds, words of
consolation, songs and floral offerings,
we desire to extend our sincere thanks.
Mrs. J. Bradford Webb and family.
Of the heavier sort. do your shoes
pinch, and your feet swell and per-
spire If you sprinkle Allen's Foot
Ease, a& antiseptic powder for the
feet. Into your shoes, it will give you
rest and comfort, and Instant relief.
When rubbers become necessary, and
your aboes feel tight, Atla's Foot
Ese is Just the thing to use. Try It
for dancing parties breaking In Aew
shoes and for patent leather shoes.
sold everywhere, 2Sc. Sample free.
Address, Allen E. Olmsted, LeRoy, N.
Y. Don't accept any substitute.
Wanted: 100 laborers at once by
the Phosphate Mining Co., Nichols,
Polk county, Fla. 2-3-td

One rubber-tired buggy and har-
ness; one 1-horse wagon with harness;
one cultivator and other farm imple-
ments. All as good as new. L. B. Mc-
Kensie. 2-1-sdlw
SSpongaes. spougsa, direct from the
flahereA. Prices that the
Anti-Monopoly L.a.tore.
FOR SALJE-Chpfa seed $3 per
bushel. Apply to J. B. Hall, Orange
Springs, Fla. 2-9
There will be several affairs given
on St. Valentine Day. Get the valen-
tines at Fishel's.

R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville;
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
When visiting the Tampa fair do
not fall to call at the South Florida
Mall Order House 101 Lafayette
street. just as you start across the
bridge and see John T. Moore of
Ocala. the manager. He will ,give you
a warm welcome and show you a
strictly frst-clatss stock of whiskies.
wines and beers.

I will sell my well known buggy
horse Cobb with buggy and harnes.
Dr. J. W. Hood, CtY. 2-4

SA Fay-Sholes typewriter, good as
new, in perfect*order. for sale cheap
for cash, or on monthly payments. It-
quire at this office.

Several comfortable rooms arranged
fra househeepinmg thhrd floor Star
blMtag. Apply at Star olbe

AM descriptionss fl1ed at tO0 Antl-
Noempoly Drugstore are m fled by
drag and hdiemicals gacanatee ad r d
the Pure Pood Law. They mue quibbe
ehemeals gardate. Xo. 71: alec,
Parke Davtos C0!8 kaoato drato,
noe squat, na~teM eo.. AIways
the beet. the motto.

*The greet* Steek Redutin ale at
the Variety Store eles s Saturday
nig, F "brsy th. -

large white politer with liver col-
0red spots. Blind in .left eye. Very
friendly and answers to the name of
Gun. Had on a mudsle when be dis-
appeared Sunday. Reward for return'
to Louts Chasal, Ocala.

Hoearse- cogh and stuffy colds that
may develop Into pneumonia over
night are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar. and It soothes In-
flamed membranes, heats the lungs,
and expels the cold from the system.
Sold by all drumlsts
Iteuya and La laserna, two new
pertises at the PoetefTee Drug-

Spicil PFICEs

To Introduce

^*M- Ter m5 laY."

%p-upm Se now e AEam Le

lbodwo I&mispbrp
Was bdwb p a


A 101101a of the Dauah of the
a aacy was held yesterd aft
St the borne of Mrs. J. A.
ls.A large amount of jhulais
was disposed of. On notion Ski treas-
urer was instructed to send $50 tq
Mrs. D. U. Fletcher. Jac'ionvtile. in
aid of the Olustee monument, also $2s
to a4d the Arlington monument near
Washlngton. A crose of honor was
voled to Mr. A. L. Echelberger, now
of AtlUta, to be accompanied with a
cash donation as a mark of the
Daughter' esteem for this aged vet-
eran. Mrs. L. T. Islar and Mrs P. F.
Harris were named a committee o4
resolutions to thank Judge A. 0.
Wright, of Jacksonville. for the en-
tertalning and instructive lecture re-
cently delivered In Ocala. the rsolu-
tions to be pubHblled lI the Ioeal pa-
pers. The chapter will hold a historical
meeting next Friday a week at the
-home of Mrs. Jake Brown. Refresh-
ments were served at the close of the
busitanes meeting by Mrs. Walterm.
Mis Florence Walters and Miss Bell
of Fayettevllle, N. C. The next reg-
ular meeting will be held at the home
of Mrs. LU T. Islar.

Every e knew that Jonis was

Pta a w Be s Wn to a ouat e d ,

th ed to tak objetL, stocks to c t W ......c....*. a- RL *
a C dar y a e rIac K U at I mB le r aduh--n ab ba 7:. -.
. e oxty ay' re week. t w e
ttine It be known that when the
agaft in chulatlon. sttaeadrbe the Ig NV*.
read agents were waIting to carry out gist d=9% happen
this praisewwrthy object. stock, semd ifty-mlar cnlb Is Pint~e Say sehosl-4- e a
(We dey a red ag speared at Jones s tam Bto Dr. Pleree,Iavel' o MOlW Bible readings-l a. m. and T:3s

f Buf fao IL ... Y.. l
atore, ad t was aseed that he B by Miss Emm a Tucker. who
would sell tle temIW "of a tak at- be with us In revitval stories the g es
auction. e sol won asty days' re dit. eali ftt lLe a -pr wk.e wIt all whA a.. t -_-_
letting It be known that when the am asn-... _- the w "r of the ,d"*"
notes fell due ad were collected he
proposed toj este ainft wt .. .
an Mfy uad hi 1s fortu.t t va T
nt to t a thous an doallae' w th at gd 3 -o at *ds. .. ds-
left. am the. J9wW s a te 7 W om ..- sa .+ ..
who wafted a thteg o hAls aC6Mt blo. -, .
plha. Vebafte Wasated ges so
MsiiY SWaN"b -, and jive s ia few STD ,ATO S. P .E -

Wailey, ,a .fwthnt ivlg w 1she fallu ieow yam anood sevmal o,
fora aea te ~ was de M J r varieties; a1 several bndred Ail .

t for. bfet#a v e.yir Theew,, a e a A,,s, it 'Q, 1. ""
we k bea t he, fr ka-e e e the a-
motts SArIM&d, to tlatil hr aextra large tPregy%*.
unarry to 4 twh Have Do k ime tbi a eta a -* ,t: s.k a Y-

ofi but he idnt i tme l the It the dre cry For hP in. .

. ..inu e to t be f td .tt e to be u ^ *: +' ", "S m "" "
trh Lsritd o. It. - Em&-al 0Sim-s, ....i.
pgeet the ma,, Mae itk an tht If t .i
mv of the dat e ofu I wit lledI the kTae. -b .-try M& -.p. .4sJ@dSWO
ent to p woup at eleaturt ethe matter Not and wergan. l the whole body Mn10 a *- x*
would be left open for a reasonable so deeaWely eonsatruted. 8 se6<, "VTbe Cl.kd an P Me.
could through te windows Jo Not one so Important to health. held story e be c ,
utT" kidneys are mthe uers of the R.all -ca epended to
aopeed thempane, ht wify he Jerl t bo of t remedy tat I by be n
ftally, sad the. e athg r got the -When they fall the blood, C-t _a Le, a-
alor1and their Ofsu rea. return foul and 0110om011. a,`6"
the t. a ortues we There caemInsohea. m lth where tS M-
I bead l WeMWsa and we Backacs he to one .o the rB -. A n" :.-A^.t
ready to do aaythtg a the world for tons ofkidaney trd.blW ele llgrqua-.
hla, trt e trust me till the It isnthe kIdney mery -for help I "
last minute, thboi he told me to be I.

Jones' Invitations. for her "narry." need. a 4hndtpom the oapty
wrhTh spr Wr'hIy strengat bhen andInviso te wol ruestemov i nw iut the ape

t^whoi orhe cat ed to be me. I ha al o ,.. kdneys h .; .t-r *r : to y h , C ^" : '+
throng go aIn od knew by gradtal- P. Smith, lg at 1 la, i .a em
ly ina tamemg eM coinaM fVm w ith. Ave. al , m pl , F.s "a. s-:Wy 5o ..a 7-1,*I*,: "Zt-
ian dt Me wwe get.a oe her a1wif'e was ttraibled hr m te with sa "truck growling, a td g
thato the aft hrgetgce-severe headache. She als coinlelnd general but Marlon oouny fa prom-'
ftt By oel m st thetll pa In oter ac a W ml. Icn the JanmaSy ber~ ,-

drunk, the wat eleaet elag laid .nervous and weak. K1 th. ta. M er stea' ber p aisal la flas ..
out on the floor whLe o they had suk kdneys *Tr the p.m. k* ceylae artless a s- well iwtrataed
in their exuberance of spirits. I 1. Kln le l o a O vO w 'ltb scenes at the -Marion County
could see through the windows Jones Kidney benefit fr e he seceived Fair held last December.
such great benefit from the use o the o ub has b talking amp .
opening champagne, hs wife serving fi. rst box of this remedy that I ob-. has been talkgup
eatables an the children carrying the ta1ned another supply. Wha ts .. MAr. -l.on mntyd. and a B.owl a
tpzaries to the guests. Then I saw was ut i -sd, s t

Jones bahu tnle do nte ind begh e- ac et. t 2 .u. at -- 4
1mg hi. fogm whied sa aWfetook up means KepoO -WW o th A e

oth e ae taork ew n wh h an h w s. 2d. a.s m. m a

wealed bR ead lItem ain 1 M Brug stor an m. &i t

the shot beeod. Jons tol to TAPlenty momnm Me.,thhST 8 t
abe to stae d. e re .

thirty riea wto et atppl gxcepet i. *rhepot. v- -. h i &ItiU &t pa e -
for water tne sotre tea before winr ce eornt. se eslet ao. n tais m e, S.. -
ltr tig more at a feet. at thew b Newk Tork. so. a.heet bo se. thhis eiLrdaI

mt. ,tdowa we stalled tr me soaly.take n other. -. .

t owrelvn, and tak e tie tea h a ,-',
t b"ark o e, a.ndt ewe "-, "it- ,.t t. se t... at. 1 t .....m 1t..muh. am, .
ehadmth a e bes Jeoin told e T3. PeU Peole.Pt A...
I esa takoYsea the JM r d art1so. t. " .- .b e.;,

atraln Ia I rf i he lterbak sto 1. wilbet tlh1 .m.f.i.g nt puAi" .hel '
niw twoI. lot saeist f=r ao ta bt for. XW10. osBff 3 a. m.
th a phe, waoU. 1teaUtrCos. Ls. ne, 24th, 8to r1 no 3.
On the stow Ie stoped pret tas nute 7. Shaduy 15th t o

e bd the bleweesid of. hes in 12. Phurct S p. .

hay Wbeen -eraledbto a M wm* 13 awI nth a. an.C
batd gackt e wi and the teamb s thop dEa sta.
tobe r hadtabe. Aone Ino we wet r Seadas. 2 p. .

Co osidern wat ea d Jo atlsdtae. 1e Ellectra O, 2od, p. m
t Jo n es waarhpMet. I1d. idneas oth 8 ro1 a.
an thase sar I drove p reattey f astbto I. G -ra tha lP e11 %4 12 a. m. P a. t

I fond the town perfectly quiet. it The law requires all tax returns to
despondent. Joes had got away with be made by 1st of April. .. I-5.
all the ioney theeras in it and the Poitsters wal p bke et out and -
prospect was not attractive. Nobody post thias notUce. Ml d
asked me about where I had been, tor. ALPRED ATER. Asmao. -
everybody knew. Mrs. Jones was the
only one Interested. She said that Thre n adt better msae than De-
none of the agents awoke before 10 Witt's Carbolihed Wtch ea alive.
'clock the day after the s-earry," and We hereby war ther puble that we
it was not evident to tem before noo. e ent md frm& wanyherhl ---
that tbey d been ticket It .,.,was ,. ,a..D M-a
the too lafteto k chase belied Witch fawl lv e, Me oft-
On tme day the motes feM e--none inaL. It is good ftr in iabtbg when a
nit tbgms me Mi d1 absue M Bt Imago AftIV>.P o Oa w 1..# 4*to. .s-


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| aIt w a abA e t -

praead a ma place to get away
ftom. It wa a desabe place to ied

poted of Jameran. cua.wum d MaMm .
pears o-c ale e Matsy. OMr of
and Istoreepe, etoia tnM I
of laportaoce. The uad d
rallind**adt a hlae to ge awa t

men. It was w sha lgo&. 'The te ftame
drt wa e maoetly st-Ia ap aaon- aMla w
the cofetsm the metal aking to t. i
boft ooaetm pm


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.Ohde3r ta-.
S^^~~~~ ^houeyfr

The 0* hkg oDeR

-Roy#A GmmCrap Oe of T~~
--Me&fi mC p-

Royal Bal~mg P6d 8 ad itsco-dIreqmxat

horme abroa& kamI~aiemn
food nittrifious a.- bA uIM are M rt ~
and-are ntcnd timn nohr p

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25 photon, 26c. Mills Studio.
K. of P. Ajneet Monday evening.
Two post cards 2kSc. Mill's Studio.
Odd Fellows meet TueiAay night.
25 photmw, 25c. MIIirs tudlo.
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
There were 30 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.

The latest thing in valentine post
eards at the Ocala News Co.
R. H. McCair of Talladega, Ala.. ix
at the Ocala House.
WANTZD-10.000 people to have
their pIeture taken at MIW* Studio.
Mr. George 4LR. Rainey of Tampa In
at the Ocala House.
Anything to the stationery line at
the Ocala News Co.
Poetmaxter (rom has returned from
hig visit to Tampa.

Mr. C. L Strunk left today ftr
Tampa, where he willn pend sever!I
days on business.

Call Injena e te pretty ino of
fancy Imported China that we are
4.eplayln. The Anti-Monopoly Drug

Mr. ... twnith returned this aft-
eraon from the state fair.

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.ggg ,, .--.-- -

cc Sak mfsoin sbee g 1. Mio Paz
w were a lovely yellow tafftet ett C
MR. RiTZ TO MOVE TO OCAtLA whc wassafot r e ciing l nete.dawsh.-1r.
b. on -teu t.e j ... .
Sbguests here hown by Mrs. John k t r JoH.... l. _Sn,_S b ..
ci., banker. who s O t a few week ts al irthnew m M -- toomt ., d Hood. habeea
with hiss brother. Mr. I P. M t ,, gti Svk b a tedHi ft n h b Y:
hat-th ah me Ida got gis egrethe

wa I-pse d1 wit h tot" st --" "N 'iger
Ro. r t of th e nts Lo s ium StaCa. ISoso n a m w0asT. arvey sad M slM be man 1 011 s-

by 40-1t a .. I a t morrow. tmbet. A. "
th are bus a~ensd sof W ati6 "l aips mue -aft ion tnhc he eh,0 96114 -e 1 *e this ClaimrJohnson. a u

dede toN o u t a o .n the .4" hat e
,W ftt 0W. a65eta htO11. .,.-h I. ht Hood. Mabel f
advantages jlt nt n qtlefly 1, .a rn and MW * 4*- ax

a ayn t w.o..oMWs ,olr, .---- ,h Ka y.too M rtp.
alngeoHrit and. they caat i o111 wr t te luest en choIt.ra-

MEN". .t "itr.$am Both. -- "'-- t li- v* : *-* I"-" d "^ Ri

Rtv. and Mor. R. iu. Br ntt h.--". .... .. -tbt. y tot en, pl ,mpo sa-r-d sel3fr p fI a
rettrofdBush nco a ndite and .re San, eakes, which ha-ahertlath
of W ldwood. were guest of the A Oala te. M* f-e s bu t i1 .... W see ".'t fa**

cooaw. n *---e-r --- .r .. .;-p wd, .aaitt my. aMNOW
buy a stock of millineryetfroe a trak-o din. emorrow.oA.l'3CWOW4
ling representative .of a Will @ared wsth a heavy linen cloth. was

c nti o f vale$n t.lines s ad vally w aChanaattonsrin which were each; $140 per

o ar oln the ealate Iat te s w . a nthe o tco- n eei[ech tM.... d'.e. o
eat ne pes a just received att the S a a lUs gsr the -

IN*& y to at thS .ea... Ho set. ehtlw atin
eaa n of thit was ofat etar.- mt Mia Dair p-" ru","ea tif n t -. Pity P

th not_ e s r m~~p r ked tume t o~ o fss they peiptrve4 t hicke el
ct. Coh n' Avd be s O ra Nepw a past- an _u;le --" ---- ,

York of the st iyear It as th tO =MPl wee itlsedot

a conv toe wre led o-";," .r a.pua .ar .hat thr .studl ot to.- ,: ..,
X.payAw fo r , M atit. -he- :la vst o 1
onven tmi wUs fne. s -ally were I ht an a a tNwsom oa an I .~av a w 4e'p
t Mr..A ay os. the i *nt, of nathen- ptrs one t n e "e i..... .as .e eor .h ebeo.
sea tiot fore bstae fstae ts a the r tees r- t e ,t -..f ywe'M l t talahm ilc< b et-

At a3.ertt- .tota by e a sguav l apt t ..and atr coti. oS a. D. -rs ...
ty. _oile In d. . the an a eleerees n odr c af2or tms, t w.-hi2e1tr_ E sh .110 6 K.-

p. e or f Oty w. _. ._ .. yent 't Dss ta n mee. we, who are81s.e t b he m s .fl a . ., .^,,
law nofed at loding tsra ia n n e joye d dioea I Ni eu wa hiee .pP lawtaflkf B. Alrssm,' B

hur ownc etlle p, .yaer tte. w ths ar n tlkee dthof -- --lt ....RNA o" ....f :*&a,. mtae t .

jest a s y. ta dress, the brapi Tniher oatt fo the*. ,o-dRo race 1r 3P4 t 1 -2 tm a**nd .it ,.hhrc4M%
Oca H ou -. Wh o PatatWso -ea- t. Out"' ton**

awb ast eth e ea Ito _o biy Mir aps Till e tiateu andy j We t e a3 aos a O-cal pne .o 1 tre deal lftrale B
rt rnad fr J ith lao wla mal ao r l arety and a hettrctlon o. thR. .. M. B C, : :h. tr ,P

'odk thei pad. f the Atlja S. John io d c an afford to miss this ebter- autifuht Sp-a t I j s l *I5
LT. merag wor ento Tu hy t ere taimpent, whit h i' sure to bew the mot lidw h W- wasgb
Box fto se te geaayt w rk mo r of O caftb *attr=Uv w de-
btne Vtl ts WB and. wecIally were a. w e ds wh h s I aave w '-4 aw do bab 'VW U

0te Pd Of o k he t "-. a V d y ll a b t3to jhe gstetT -- aewet pe9"g.
of ee ,- an'. "r, the. -.s .a t he s t.. M ali iii M:iiii x nWitte 41$I-.

Sr-. .^i.. _. .- ,. t- --.wh e.- -, -n hie. import now 7
evc. het.w. a f areth e sscr! "i p. -c. T Rega l, h- ` ,1
saense ofprie that they t eD Int pinetwte lh fe M tw aew

We a just bee1 ftron the
markets. TWO CARLOAD8 do tlte
best at pmrpse horses and mules
that we have had to offer o patte
mor a leoM the Thee t*o easiceds
ome eft ttrtt aned I- t*mr
A Wte 1 sadele horsa
trsawlg .M beth *tale- and In
. p-nk The ami-im are an renable
nd we 'm guvsmts thM-. We are
always e w- ;he ae *A any-

City Marshal W. C. Bftl fweteed
word this meorise that h e is ag a
steatlaer. A th hi wae bowe tor
ws dtghWtr Mr A er. at Coy.
la.toa a, 0 ir --
WANTED-A position l s ste*e-W as
esleanan or booklheaeT.- have bad
considerable buslne experience" Can
gtve best of references. address W.
t. E. Box l12, City. 2-5-t6
Dr. Day, -of the *At"t*M.owwly
r.Tptrwtore. went to Taa last night
to look after the b lnde there for a
ay or two. Dr. L C. Grove%, who
has ab.n Oetla pr a few days, win
restu* to Ta&*pe tonight.
Use Plank'a Chill 'tes. Oums
teOL Pric. 25C. Sae. br aw druggts

The frt and last hquor hoae, you
* Pse. when In Taspa aad vwsla
the fair Is tb e 0a*& norda Mal
O0sr MRese on Lat&e eWest, Jast
at the d rance to the bridge. It la
the lsN place yue *** where wan can
gt*'qors as yno go -r sam the O t
.i.e ... .

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Washi~ngterns Vetb. -LocSITl nii 5. *th I- me huir,, w wo m '
tonight ewpt fuir iu extreme north *te.wia he -

fLMORIA HOUSE PMR RENT nieblFaeuuyt-o -' -'L'

Neatly funshd". A~)to ower r. 'ZV W- engi ndse. m tn- ite 2
In butlding- RUt to be In advance.Hansel, are ittftdifag .- .e tub' .wheete vsw "th44
K.L it Measemt- 2-4-tc OW af isting asitlom. 'a" tain~se~g~ ~-K

flr.rseeClay ..~ w ThvM W-l" 6-D,

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NEEtwo'11 ADEvbt"AsBA 8a.rn s a .._v" -w


lesterdmy at th saki y St
~s ue m. c. a,. ,, a -mm

of Newberry, sa M Ltle Mete- -
gab MrOOgh O f amp. l-s- 0 t1- ViMr .Chiai -Mks
lag hera must. Mrs. Dp X. The after- S
snoon was periet albid ii hostess, wh'o ... .- -
ln so popular amo lrtm ny frienda SLOO, MEAL
was never more )KWW a than when M 0
she removedd tar ~iets. The lower MICA C .R TAL
flanW. which eosists o f the receptioN SrOm a
halt, m si room. dining room and HI- BEEF SCRAPS MIAT MEAL home on Fort XieVmwM
bary, is well arranged for etertaiU- Winston gave a p Stty
to and was most artlastkcay decorat- party In honor of
ed with palma, ferus. alotletoe and Myrtle WAeM. thee
eut fowers with number vaIetlet M n annm Ar i ad wm w* a "f..a!
placed here and there. Recei t Ifving It ll tm a s
t front door were Miss Carrie Will-Ta 7 X T APOT R m
lams and Miss Pauline SulMvan. Both l....
were in white and looked lovely a&sT 0 -.
they received and IntodCmed the ---- __ ----__Ito__ __. .__
guests to the hMtem. who with the -W- et .: j'

eleae Wa the spajm recepties hal s e thecitky ad dMed[ at the Mi' dwhte bears wi th ti
M m avaI were a whte S0aawdy tezm written o one d1 1
elataItely fr" oed toheii ntU me young ladles, upen ur l 1
lace toD a-d sweet nad aity uan- Now to the time to plant your gar- to write as f
ner laducedr h ter Me of beautital de we have all a ds at garde fn ro t
yon ldsles to the hundred guess seed for f planting Tr &g 4 i
who caa&L
Mlg M e waws -adeoemely goes- MI AL_.
iid laa & *haM-0im g- adedA lik.

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.0momina- 4.w -, lie




$ -v ~

%Ss~ Y..k 4~.skPI5in*

d~whow -17

Joe-&- ku-
health mbyw-P

themay m -ean nitt1le 4 lu AMO

hat beth~


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Oklawaba av~wAfrom tho eastemn- -
4"ty mits to k S. i. side et cMagoo- W. the "a. ~ 35Vii-,
~. ~of~ ~ 1-ACttes it: Of the Ity 10 tuk b; ct w* *AIVto
t-T city Mfeeat.aturfyb49.0 'lm
block51', f b~wrs survey, b the (1 '661
S~d c u~motastmet.
FOXzWA.a.fruts P ort King avenue to FISH AND C S*S mflumes

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Th. &werm' 1kmt Fasgualae sad mst~eaehe&Sme* ohu(~d~t hf i Ut
Limer ad louts. OWetothrdfei tifty m cogge "4 I.t hS. -t teinuu, time i li
4CF~f athe ~ At, i. tg the lands. UbrmdUu~~b s
totaen Nmma aryndaycn
__ a Medca AsiwidnI .hee t
?rudi N.Y. to .X., tJay out .s' Mststaland m~ee- m te~etIN
tauinsb psliftroads. bet fbr iaau~s- of S tin#

SWashington Seminary MtW

For Sgirl and young ladles. established 1117& Number ba"01rng lstu.1~
am sthletiy United to lasrs r Maed hoow lift.Classes dlylie bmsats g3 *-dayIshuI
matetj sjs, WMW Wiattionto each puil. Faculty of Ist epectallsts a Co the* b S. .et-rft.
uu'vmteav udveatages In MUSIC.- ART. JELOCUTION. Cartifkito admits to 64dthat
Ym Wdluslky. fet.C~aftagfree. f actslIn the ~t oi0*ise ofh
and almost t flidiw IUmer- s
L L SC OTT. IMANASILSCOTT. Pus ?4CIPALIL bwo@ 0ia*-tobe ~ea
Awtcol 40 I te th h e

la tw fhee. riqN
aliamtsew the W

of the"esti bty.tsnS ot'. SW

WrItes MMrs.MaWy 3Fn4oion, of EaMLua In ss.," scriya~o jmf
my advice, which was, to take &MrnSetof
with me and was in turibIO Tbe *, ce.W-AbChremid.
dii helpdhe at onco.
hdW i TH~Wi sAA *sItuietw

eause fur f thiu1b).. 'M K. S'w-m4'*
A f, IW, 44 p..w .ss, i
mud free to any uothee her, 600000-msa* t.-die

'800d 3l~W WO btrmvje Inday s,s of St,
t~ i. Yot AAWO)* it tV&,Ii Ando...
trebaminlit am A.-tow NOad ft.' ap -T.U,
I'Wil Help YOU' *
"odspring," Mrs. Hudson co~ti~luep,1I 1* bidy & rntot. b Ua do
juarackfisi. The doctordin od steaiCORR RETURNS THANKS T~a ihestahowl ~adlbiu._
fvta ike oCarauL The first dons helped me. Now I Fb 1 to which the croamition can at a
Dade City. Ms.. Feb, 1L It". tireetime sd%)m41* u W.,i
irneguaty, fhalthngtf anlings, h e e amadte faacheUMAwe kaehd hloaidI
Ere grand woman needs Ordsk to. air st~iere thawbe to a o"te `0Te ta
Emlftla ~ *the OoorUtl Me" honMenum
S trob!e& ~aYQu1i isafe YIIbI% visit to tactl 06166
Pr oL W. W. ilpks, "si at00 ff U AMWK
A! AL DRUG SOR p 4* of Isilug MON school. I HIL ak1
"a*-olingemelteatwork. ft
At Ctra, I Was .&* guesa'is iepotw
hot" 0- tthat qucesty woman. Mf s. Gd ."~ ~
Wtethe0mother oF llolias powiper *W, iWk '~
~~IL LJ~'~j D L J~E a~ iS a" Mrs. Mort& eer ag -.met
the very beet che)..ia t1e,1Wato
VIA At Antbony smpeeld vl tedes ireft-staft e e is
11sho"wn e by th soans- atNMr. T. P. C~unWat Marow mlm
Jones, the efficient. aupavtsr of the Personalty
Anthony. schooL nd by Mrs. TydIngudnlu
Anthony's gifted music teacher. I mm~
-e try to quicken m

Tampa, P1*., P.. 3rd "d $ft""
Agens a Lohicsa, ake~zam, rlaIW araota 40-*06.evS#11~
andintrmdjpe pins t T mpawil Itces nP AMje 0(u s wm- mt -toM I'~ft ? es
10, 1, 12,36, 2, 19 20, t, 2, and2moh*Tickts "' KoCu'e wt yur6041 pn h
10 days from date of sa~1c siebck gonsantlid

SIkT aILEFU. HEN:," to AYtoR

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Aget nt s heay t Loc",tbAt ikt~petof ice b uilingt ou ig tPCiert.b
. 1, ae tect onilo h D 37 giSt 1aWOS ~~ FIR yThe homE 4
~'" 1 W~e poin~ts to, the ct-wentil deal toriacke.s ontb. ia"a"m *vuMul
7- __ __ __ Speci.. cations -o.a theth cty r

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