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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 02 18, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
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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: VID03094
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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R. D. FULLER,

DENTAL SURGEON


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Office Over Munroe & Chamblis sOt it as Pr e .abAt the Pr fesI.


OCALA


Bank.
- FLORIDA


.TERMS. CASH.


J. E. CHACE
DENTAL :UIRGECN
Rooms 9, 10 anti it,
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA. FLORIDA.
TERMS. CASH.


L F. BLALOCK

Dental S g


Phone 211
OfN" Nem.-8 to i12a.. m.tltoIkm
TERMS. CASH.


Charles 0. Hulbert, M. D.



Of Sc Second Floor The Munro* aad
Chamblbs Bank Buldl n. Ocala,
rlorlda.
Telephones: Office, 222; Resldence, 221
Office Hous
*-12 a. m.. 2-4 p. mn.. 7:30-80 n



V. C. BLANCHARD

CONTRACTOR AN BUIER
Plans furnished
on applamtion.


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TIE IUMEIIAL

UIER SnPO

Opens Into the lobby of the
Ocala House.

Offers the very best service of
skilled. workmen with modern ap
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec-
tric fans. electric massages.
Id mftg W at all d i eTb s
VINCENT C. DETTERICH, Manager.



IMIeR & MACKAY

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

ltarm s an Eibalmas
D. I MelVER ALFRED L OWEN
Underlakers

Fte Caskets an Brinal Roms
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
bewlers and Fully Guaranteed.



VETERINARY

HOSPITAL

City horses boarded by the month.
or boarded and cared for If desired.
nurse. fed also by day or meal.
Rersee and all domestic animals
tasted. Thoroughly equipped for
performIng any operation.
eletantle horseamoeing done.

L P. CL AN. V. S.
CITY VETERINARIAN
Day Ph... no N**ht Phone 196











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Lowst PAIce


-** Aeate. "a wa ill ad

Washington. F1b. IL.-The federal
grand Jury yesterday returned mloet-
ments against the Press Publlshla
company OT New York. publisher of
the New York World, Editor Joseph
Pulitzer and Editors Caleb van Iam
and Robert Lyman of that newspaper:
also against Delevan Smith and
Charles Williams. iop lalters of the
IndisnapolIs News.
The Indictments were for criminal
libel resulting from the publication of
certain alleg l libelous articles In the
World and the News in connection
with the purchase of the Panama
anal.
The person alleged to have beets
Ibeled are: President Roosevelt, Per-
mer Secretary of State Elihu Root.
J. Plerpont Morai, the banker; Chas.
P. Taft, brother of the president-elect;
Willitam Neii Cromwell, who was
lefaladviser for the Panama canal
company. and Dougla oblnson.
brotler-I-law ot the president.

TWAs A. GLORIOUs VICTORY
There's rejoDcnl, ln Fedorsa Team.
A man's life haa been saved, and now
Dr. Kingl's New DIscovery is the talk
of the town for curt C'. V. Pepper
of deadly lung hemnemages. "I could
not work mor gt s~oaL" he write,
" and the doctors did me no good. bet.
after using Dr. Wig's New Discovery
three weets. I eel l *e a new man,
and can do good work again." For
weak sore or diseased lungs. coughs
and colds, beaorrhages, hay fever, Iao
grippe, asthma or say. bronchial af-
fection It stands eorivaled. Price We
and S1. Trial bottle free. Sold and
guaranteed by all drustores.

CITRA
A umbh of Newsy Items w*in a Vye
PrwtIy Towl
Mrs. Davis Barcus' returned home
from Live Oak. Monday. where, she
has been visiting hr son and daugh-
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barcus.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Haifte and Mrs.
Harpton Pettus returned from Jack-
sonville Monday night.
Mr. R. J. Steele came down from
Branford Monday tr a few day,
on business.
Mim Raby C. Johnson of Redick,
has bee, the guest of her asiter. Mrs.
Carwell this week.
Mr. J. W. Melton went up to Jack-
nonvillle Monday.
Mr. Gilbert Proctor. of ~uream was
A visitor here for a few days last
Mr. Mcas-y and Mr. Megan wet
dowa to Ocala ModaW.r,
Mr. D. T. Sbermuse ad little dalgh-.
ter Eva went to Ocala Saturday shop-
ping.
Mr. D. A. Hopkins, roe of the Coast
Line's popular young enggIters tr-iR
HIlgh Springs, spent Sunday at the
Redditt Housea
Miss Sue C. Basemna went to Ocala
Saturday and returned Monday.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. 1I. 0.
Aherouse was made hbriht sad happy
Wednesday eveina.W Feb. 1th, by the
arrival of a baby boy.
Mrs. J. 8. Wyekoff was called very
suddenly to Savaanah Saturday to
the bedside of her w ther, Mrs. Ty
son. The iad news of hera death wa
received here Monday. Mrs. Wyckoff
ran the sympathy of her many frhad
here.
Mr. C. W. White is here this week.
Miss Pansy Seuter haa cha ged her
day here and nBo comes on Fitday.
The reading circle was eantertataed
Friday evening last by Dr. and MIr,
Carswell. Mr. Browalan, leader. Mrs.
Gronler, the Miea BorDasd IM John-
son rendered saome very *One musc.
The meeting was Sfine but attendance
was short.
The Bible meeUtng met at Mrs. A.
C. White's Tuesday evening. We still
keep the attendance l one ouag
mai. Don't forget the leaue hmal-
nes meeting at the platonaae g Miay
evening. .
Mrs. L S. slteee and daughter. Mru.
Newberry, made a belii trIp to
Ocala Monday.
Mr. K. C. McLeod ot:Dexter, was at
the Bedditt Iloqe Wenesday o- h s
way to Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris and llttlse
niece. Miss Fractis Halt. of Nash-
vile. Tens., are Clitra for a *l he.
They are fraema or Majolr McWhorter.
Yr. B. D. Sherouae made a fl0t1m
trip to Galneavmlle Wednesday.
Six Nights **e As -You Pleasem Res.


How many tired father sand moth-
ers In this town enter this e every
nighy earryain a Waby? And they wea.
der .what the ,m.Iat hi. Ch4l.a aAm
the child Is -4fvind soim a emt-.
lMg anl of.its ted. MbAt ehildree have
worms, yours needn't. White's
Vermit ge W get rid of the. wenim
and strengthen the chld. Price M
cents per bottle. d by then ati-

CA4.VARY
Mrs. W. W. Leak aud on,. George.
called an Mrs A. 8. JWallace last
Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Jones of Ocala.
and Mr. a t Mrs. Arthur Galipeas, of
Martel. called e Mr. and Mra. A. S.


the mal Of this paper wi be
POORsle to les that there is at Int
e d eded eain that selee$ hd b
been 5aw so e wo t Silu =ass IaM
that is cftk arwn Cajatarb -Cwe
Is the emb M asttf r eut -now now
to the medc1dl fatefty. Cbtarrb be-
Ins a cm-ltutieml dsmease, equlmr
a coastltutoMal treatment. Lafl
Catarrh Cre. to taken ltuerMalr, eat-
Iang ditety apem he blood and me-
e" sotbee Of t(he "ym, thwe
deutforg thn foundation of the di,-
ease. -ad *INg the patit strength
by buiadl g up the comstitutlen and
assistlg nature Ia doing its work.
The proprietors bave so much faith in
Its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollrar for any case
that It false to cure. Send for testi-
modnal. Address. P. J. Cheney & Co.
Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 76c.
Take Halmrs Pamly Pius for e O-
P- .


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hwuw ta the fhowpIj~x tares"W
oVW41tht killed the girt upeg Wm- Pk& U~
Sif Au4semt a bulet Int his Mrt.
oyrb* almost Instantly. RPM tO
Whether then h6 been & luqvmtr ~0 V
the two ha4 agreed to
Ma. a"ftetnfr
impy $* the hosial, tarea f 19 10bKi
Weoter that kiled the gitr apaM9 htam pieft Baga
self sad e-nt a bullet ltet his lheart, eN $5tt 1
dyting almates lastatly. at the tegi~ll
Whether there had been a enn r t~c
the two had apread to dia'j|t|MM- ~g
has not yet beenJfl~e^jf ^ ^ rp


Social Eveilt Enjoyed by the Frinds -
of Miss Ulli.o spenoar y -
We are having some rainy weather ,"-
at present, w.at a e
The Sumner Lumber Company is do- to *a MiU 5
Ing good business regardless of the AUSTR4LA I
net weather, reliable resulator,
Mr. A. CL. Ray, one of the Sumner male .wheaMe
Lumber Company's Important mB& mem, avA
lef Saturday st for Georgia on bus- -* If
seeent
Mr. R..C. Cobb Is acting a foreman wa *00,
at the miaL. Co Le
The soutl given by Miss LUlle
Spencer last Friday night w greatly
ea by a, large crowd. Gam, ...
were played Wit a late hour, when Seiles
refreshments wee served ad an the
guests parted fr their hoimns ttlak- gae, .
lag' Miss UIAHis aa excelfet hostess Wit. of h
and thaladng her for a pleasant ev- our- tretlkat
enuing to tber mMny
We were aorry to hear of Mr. J. N. retry
Tiullr's dalknes. Sunday morning. hba 1 wrif
T flora Lrme Company is dol n c a r..
a reahbg beatsieas&. 1 "AOlIve,
ta tK MeLed is planting can- ft
MW., 5. Bnroks weat down to tio a
artik City Tuedaye s na of
Mr. L. D. SDith is night watchmae Mva10
now for the AO mer Lumber OM. q. -
-'"," ,, t.e by thur Itttle
IFPYOU KNEW Hte
The merits at the Texas Wooder, y" Tuda alg)( eig
would never suffer from kidney. la bidlg Missa
4er or rbtesmas itrouble. $1 bottle two Dr C.- e
moatV' treatment. Sold by d imt s Ms
or by mal. Semd for tetimonitls. r.
W w.W Hal. AM Omve street tbWMsI am4t
aulk Missall ee t ai r uaV


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Large white pointer with liver col- ( Wi t.e 7llS.
Ored spots. Blind in left eye. Very reou IH.?
friendly and answers to the name of c arived-
GU. Mad om a muase when he *s e _,eau ewme,
appenev unaday. Rversd hor reta^ 3
W'1 .t-,lra..a. cC.s.a .. -.>^-
-~ be a remarkable Improvement is her or ted daes.
SNEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINE condition as the result, ant a -peedV 4
S-r---- recovery. .. ". .' r -
The abow is the same of a German %he hws reached -a 1 ..........
chemical, wheh to one of the O an death ot Mr. ?un 3. P, Y. ftMgWy,
valablMe IVnrlents of Foleya Kidney Of this ace, at Fort MefdOe, a- wh)- it" -1.
Remedy. Netamethylenetateramine is place the Interment took plags Eo tl
recoagised by medical texf books a"t day affermoonw 1-.
authorities as a uric aeld solvet and M-,r. A. Wllkerse has &
antseptc for the uri e. Take FeSy' the tiruthers oetta oe on Vltf st', S
KIWaey Remedy as oomi as you nomme ant oed to his trm two gs Wt a. .
any rrmgularies, and avoid a ar&ous of town.
malady. old by 'all draiggts. *
OYTER AT ELK CAPE
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one cross and Irrttab, causes men- ....
result datruly. alard's .erbn. ..
is aekitegd to he th.e perfect It- '- "a "lke W'4g
Ater asuts. If you're U. a. Rev.
an asertiv a liotver. today. A Mn. Blakake
" cAro" and irrtable,- c au .men-
rl ame phyts osld WteWlo atm mayM





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at: se a aA l dsfo teh. peaMrs.,lak Er







pta-- See WuM--s =before b,-l.g you -U as t
r IW S Aold by te AOt IR L.--" I. IMi
sMAREDO WT A HOY IRON was


or aed04 by overturned kettle-tat
with a knife-brulsed by. steamed
ow-I-nJured by a gun, or In ay
other- way-tte thing needed at o ee
Is Backlenas Arnica SaJve to Subdue


4 Uamma.tm and nt1 the pain. It -~ ..-- -- -
ean'* supreme healer, infaltbia for 1 a
hat umeos. fever, soren. e5aena a"d C. J. STILLiVO ^
pI1, Me at all drusstorwa. -
HORE AND BUGGY FOR SAL .
--- Plans w Sfpet tews I
I wil sel my well known buggy f ia Ma
hore Cobb With buggy andm harnem. '.
Dr. J. W. Hood. City. 2-4 29 a
There Is not a better salve than Doe- p P PM i "
Witts Caroulsed Witch Hasel Salve.
We hereby warn the publIe that w
an iot reepeoslme for ay nejurlous
effeets caused from worthies or soli-- IU fauNiiA


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SEVENING STAR j." 1"" "

C....i -. e *pee prommpr E a #4fH lp ptf 1Nt aF it to Thampa
S. meet for life In the person of the 0 1 RI the ot udv cQ0&-
.L. W111*an'er and t* W some and lovely Miss May Be1 Rat. 111 i0tewgtbe trda ftte P1ress
Pprmiewsl sad Pablbers. land. The. marriage eremow, Aaintoliwkt s
pla e last n.3git at the haI.p.ANSter aSMi r
C l bome of the brides. rents. 1MrB. 'e nrot W
Sitor m~ 44a s Joha; J. ftisea. at bEatS a .i
R. that made Ibi W#
and tde ~~ae j~ar were spoken by the m.,.
Wildwod. The marriage
..... .w. o e ..a. ea a Mry. t. aind Btbost. Sh
is M r STATE FAIR A SUCoCEM id s He bride's parab irE5
n thcle and 4ent, Mr. A. 8 r ,.
Having see mtbeAlr at hope ated Wor '" d P.m U- 7 "
It with s e depe of care, we are Mtartel. a sister the rota.s t h e e0 0
prepared to msy Without Ceotridito Mises Maud 8"T Auaue MeAfa. f -m go K a,
it Is a marked eceiS We my U Othis 2 o r the S. M r. -It ^ gA
because we have seen and heard a cAteer. eddek uncle 6t ,do gWeftt aw* 4,
It t not mutch and a few who said teille, nele of the brid Mis tAA_: I ~-' .
st waI**tream.,soUa, of Colusmta. S. C. sad 3&N tog 114. in
Ho' did these ople gauge It Not 40e- k, Wlielpngto, N. C. s jto., h eI i to be a v ry pes
by qai but Ib quantity. Now think the bride, and Mr. A. & L f a80 c it a& to me and4d1es
a te. l Fairs are held to create OalSe MiSeS Maud McAteuwr .s mldW mWe ea AW a" I ltheto
tet sad competition at home and of honer and Mr. F. UL. 0adtomd astud ses Oftt"w5f d.e ft
e1b curiosity a the fe part of thosee t a n maten.. b Auett yul.'-. 1 w- .
abrd, in anthe Mot Con ditlon and4 o einoy w316 ocugat sai 0 sw E *Jh2
i aateal resources to sill aided ofby wU supper wa so e i .- de. '": '
etlaste. Our way of thinking of this was greatly enjoyed, when e a.0 W
fair or exposition question is like this. ding party tere drives to WIlMwo o -
The bha e man is aroused It wmbd ad tot therein le an 8ee-ta tr A
- with the proper spirit, to see im his lf htre the brIfe hand gm we.t to T
neighbor can prodoe a better and a t bome of Mr. and Kra, Jo Wh ite sows
%.po here they will board for a tihee r*r wl Oi
from the same area, and If he can't going to housekeepn4*. -inil B ad a e arac- l or
he goes to Aend the cause of his fall- The groom Is well knows to Mi 9, WW m pte~m Trin
are e as to comne out an the I C grand I' 5 lu
contest, his riers equal or superior, Ater Carriag tory. A* .l mo do
To the non-rese n of theI state. but yog an of fn palaa
brought here out at crostity or a de- ze)ous and successful lain beelness a handmad -l, the business. Adve---
lng his residence, he I. Impressed with htma host of friends. ke the .WA w be .-
what soil and climate can do and does The fair bride s* one of the beloved cAg bi b dy Bl el t toIa
do. and one or two articles along cer- and handsome daughters of- Smater wih M sway WSJ te i 441-
tain lines ame as ststactory to htla un
bar load of these nuch as ld- families In that, county, a, Blo dy mof ewpmkper 5 an t sad a coi gtre b ma ad
vidual has the sawe entse of feeling, Clous presenee, whse ut ande 11 wid he e m the trp -talk otf al
.hen be sees evidences of the states pepg manners bm"w W4 b 7t i oy 14: jorit2m 4. -S P1
ability to gsrow ard produce, as does d Ma their livei be leppy atad Gov e 0a n0rf N .l
the eustomer who goes Into a store of u omine l the w msh of th e O a It win WIN -in t 41 imti w W ltao








K "....ato turpentine of l r hat dplntay. Impromne. the home at moted fi aw tai'-he-boy.-7 be ft
modest pretenthion.s and asks for anrmne to ha e the ,e .r .
article he Is to need of and finds It pY couple will be an elegant pl e. one of t A in-
n- oe never stops to ask the merchant if voted to the bride by her ry frisomi the or-
he has a warehouse full of the Mae ire the Star a recent plan. cuatest. anA g m, f iAU
Slart4 1is, n
This beang @M Ineontrovertibie fact SOME THINGS qXVED drIh. eute me
and the f i other begwell supplied wiThe THE COO ,i ITRA o at
t" 1ae m n be Teltof eth d atets The .hut In tTennessee will be quo-eted t S .1u
and told them Its resources, this state n the trhi tlatTees welw pa "
S tair 19 ts exhibitndrs d a great success, with interest A great ay of. tTa i wi e- h.i dia t
not monumental In quantity. but con- t et Te ond"anL ta siu beugft? the.. ,,t il .
Tviing In quality. of the state and the eqal bee- nethe be ca.e-r .- 11 -. *
To Illustrate. take Marion's modest law, as gret men as te shell, et
exhibit. There art several barrels of Reverse positions, wold there be say tim 'te M e w it outalrd s of o A-
Meffert's superior t a man is change bhlthe law W th abe tmea Mattyo t4 *' W as ,the.l.d t
Interested in lime the exhibit atire less demand for justice? Would the make sm eeds"d p shoms tie Se
him. All that be desires to know In law have beon ist ontrage7? -1iy meeting. It Will be a, gmat day t dthe
what quantity of rock that makes that moved from thae scenm antd n.e.. u.was p. Dome u No st
P roeut fto dn the earth and being told bynat anything i t b the personal a mo eaft as their a.m A cow. e
terfte lie that way, he seeks Invest- reports influence one? Perhaps not al
ment The same rule holds alike. for Indeed we selom see thngs
to the turpentine and timber display. Just alike and secure Juit the vaot
HdY and ail the grains grown l!anMar- I
lon, including both sweet and Irish the.motim seems to have be inteao-
potatoes are there In quality to excel t. to so influeatnce taod 6nd
any exb Ioh o t h Impregnate the mdnw at. the Jury with
amWe may be aof cued meats. The human sympathy, that It w*t
red product convinces the farmer or less rcAvth ete for that calm, CoOL ,,i .
the man who desires to become p ousI ae U con deratos of te .Of *. ...

the re hundreds of thousands of affecting. any of the i ins di .the
Pomade JUsD like It il the green state, testimony of Mrs, grwabank e ? f5
he murmurs approval and admiration. W as thInen e. frligt of t ow
When the stockman seps the fine toit stayd tm T osh
8ality of bay. corn and oats and be- he looked In life the last time she be-; at hoikde 'be youd, W s '
f m. t nd to rth the exclamation. tVh Go? O d -aod th er sm e i l evI th r i -amp
Is um11m0fed. the Other question of per.- double.
sonal Interest 19 nettled. And so we G4! On Sunday." The fraui trm. There may be 6o outward signs of of T heode






K Imprsiono ast it a... A,1.4 we Bay' the .ta.e fair is. a dar oWi te aswa theof h r 'Ia t _.gl rheSS.i t













'er of the house of pSvu .1at


tNK W. C. T. U. AT TAMPA tne a chmace.oedt d so.* *4 wV
lend, digity to' the *ialtwtb, b o a S ir 4A.I
Yesterday was the birthday of the eminently qWslh- tS 5B. Merie-

tory. On that day was born Miss Ing one of bher seu this exalted
Fancls Wullard, who became noted position.
act only as "n Oamtor. but alse as a J
social reforanr sad the orUanluer o Mr. a. IU Wartia Of a Sas. t% JAM
the white r'bbea brigacd, whose lab. In town WIu m fgelos
On have done nore to put a ban on suts of LINE e hM4up
the whisky drinkiang habit and re.- md he did 'think K did 1 y4 dgSlt aB. Hoey and ey
strainiateng the master evil. drunken- g o the1W hol. That whb a5h a nt th g e0Se
sees, than other agency in the Vegetables we klie, bs tho tWhe 4 Sole by'ti rA Ag
lIad. result of the whole erop would b $M t 2they e a Sc bot-
Mass Wmarde's statue Ito the hall of as nhti tqf the prldnet wJtIed god-auap fa(rub as ainorag OR i
fame Is the c6itol at Washington Is bring Just as apeb, losesa
t1e only @wW"aabs u in th at his- V1 hub
Ite semus et haiL. It was for Wihae t ths Tvo av $wir OEM we lfw a"
this pwrpse the W. C. T. U. of e o tall to ctl . th. .--th 'Un1aa'
scat mett to bor themselves sa Mail Order Boee, 11 tk1. o StS 22e
U*tir great ter refsormer. The ex- stroeL ust a yet start aer.a tae *,s :gt
eftle were temselyintorestig. The bridge and see John V. Mooef __r
Ise. carr. so fat e p*rfn The Ocala. the manager. Re wIN gie you fness
principal speaks wee IWvs. Carpen- a warm webuane an show ie S
t OW P of Thaps. and Si strictly first-class stock t rht as p
Minile Neal pridnt of the smate W. W and . .
C. T. U. of JaebsOvale. The latter's
addftesa wa me o the eaest, most WASNINGTON' P Ut urTn
suRagestive ad laphing ever heard oan me to the low, marshy booa n If 110
- the buying ftme and same of MIss Potomac,- the breeng We"" @f 9am
Willard sad ber week ia the word to larls germs. These germas ies bis
uplift ad help the weld. Iaver and a mge, abie ssu es ,
Rev. C1arpeater, the aetd Methodist 'lasitude, w te, eeaa t genese lt a -
prenacher atd lpwafee speaker, re- Mty and bring asWM o 1 death 'W
tferrn io other stats asrth of at ri- thbmnd. year n teet lt.
IMa g*i dry. inM..e her a whIeky tes never all to &sM ey ee& NT
mao the twat sav-fthe their day e"re mealeitta l n :,t .usubla. -Yhw 0
that 2 whisky houses Mad thriebw- bewt all reusE tone ad s t' a -
e* w** Jaheeavito tr- larla I ewnr used," ..
11116 Or 1eestsN WAd It behioved the babse of Lal emn S. .8 e
o Por to set up and take stomachie. M ira J +. I, B
afte and bovs them sf by remati Wses and will paeest I
as aneudmeat to the eoestitution to them R Oase -
ashable *he -e"Wm Akf *At. #.


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Masons mwet toelcgt.

Two post cards 2ec. Mlirs Studio.

Red Men mnet this evening.

25 pboton, 2S. Mlirs Studio.

K. of P. meet Monday night.


Two poet cards 25e. Mille Studio.

Ilu meet Tateday eveing.

26 photos, ThSe Mils Studio.

Odd Fellow. meet Tuesday nghLt


Tw. post cards 2c. Mill'a Studio
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.

WANTED-l,00 people to bave
their pictures taken at MIlWe Studo.

Miss Bettle Wray Mclver returned
this afternoon trom Lake Weir.

Use Plank'* Chill Tonic. 0iran-
teed. Prie Sw Sold by al draggists

Mr. P. L. BillRgley of Oak. was a
guest of the Ocala House last night.

Anything In the stationery IMnq at
the Ocala News Co.

Neuys and La Lumerne. two new
perfumes at the Poetofflce Drug-
tore.

Mr. J. C. Devant of Brooksvllle. one
oftthe leading; South Florida lawyers,
In at the Ocala House.

FOR SALE-My household faluI-
ture. Please call and Inspect same.
Abe Brown. 1-23

Mr. Lee Miller returned yesterday.
/ tom a I.siness trip to Jacksonville
and Savannah.

Now is the time to plant your gar-
den. We have all kinds of -srdea
deed for far planting. Tydlngs & Co.

Mrs. A. L. Izlar left Wednesday for
Tampa, where be will be the guest of
Mrs. W. H. Chambers. I

Neuny and La Luzerne. two new
perfumes at the Postofflce Drug-
Mfore.

Mrs. H. B. Clarkon left' Wedneaay
for Gaineville to visit her brother for
several days.

R. C. Davis & peo.. of Jacksonville.
handle aslk typewriter ribbons, TSc.
* each; $750 per doem.

A large line of tvlentlnes and vat-
entine post eards Just received at the
.:- Oalsa Newo Co l ent. ,

S Neuya and La LuetHm,- -two "-few
perfumes at the Postoffloe Drug-
*tore.


FOR SALE--Cinea sid $3
bushel. Apply (o JI |lle OIe
Springs., 1lJ i j "

It. C. Davis & co., of Jackwmnville,
will seM any make of eeond-haad
typewriter snpo ewry terms It desred.

Mre. Harry La tham and son, Hunr,
are in Jacksonvllle visiting Mrs. Lap-
iham's parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
Mark.


all la and 'wse the 'pretty nne of.
Wamey Imported China that we are,
dMlgaynirg. The Anti.-Mo ly Dmr ,


Mr. W. H. Wilson of Tatnpa _ent
Wedbeeday afternoon in- ?cala.a N
say" Air. WIleon's frequent visits here
will op atop How?

We carry ,the best nie f toilet ar-
tile. soMe. perfumes, te0.. -tA. the
city. Conse In aid be eevnhmed. Tyr-
dlin a Co.

Mrs. R R. CoWe has been quite sick
the past few days. at her apartments
at the Cim ihe t bus. but Is Improv-
Ing now.


Mr. R..T. 1ttler, a real estate agent
living at, eabreese. haa.been In Ocala
looking after his property for the past
two weeks.
If
Mr. Chas. V. Miller. a former pro-
gressive Ocala buslnesm man. now re-
sidkin Is Jacksonville., I In town today
a guest of the Ocala House.
LOST-Thursday the .11th. lan
Roman gold locket and necklace. The
ftnder will be rewarded by returning
to No. 48, North First street. 2-17
Mr&s Cbale MRhelaner; won the
Sptretty chab pp te at Mrs. McKean's
yesterday and Mrs. Erhest OldOelt
won thvisitor's praise.

Uskl. OD. McKean and little grand-
SdaMt, Maliste Welch, of Saraaota.
*are a (q a, the guests of Mrs. Me-
..ea'b os e aid dautghtewln4taw, Mr.
sad Mrs. George L. McKean.
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Mr. N. 1. ottileb, the artit-pho-
tographer, returned yesterday after-
noon from vnreanem, where be tookl a
number of aJieadld views of Mr.- i-
ward Holderi two modern phosphate
plantI

Mea rs. J. G. Spurtin sad Will DI
Graham went down to DUnseell yes--
terday aftermen to attend a meeting
of the Knalhts of Pythits, and return-
ed home this mornwitg.

Mr. W. I. Roa and IL G. Moyer, of
Tb~Np* tw ft Orm OsaW boy, eMw
traveit.- wt*r Ge .rS ply Co.
wefe t eaof'the Oeals aIsN. last

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iest .amy t- j a the -ge,
Meaday .gIt in the q'J

known lol pa e ple. .... : .*
ThEs' vt iW the om
bluid bwee WIMdbtbb a' bkiV4
will hbre. o am spaeelut se s ap- t-t

day. At hf he
in mamon ti s, a lihe r.
wore sxetem wabe --i yg- a.
tialle sevs e ry a m n c tt ift
thst eathunrat me *maAg.g
wilt be rmepaftOi s aM tila thtI
scems from HAeURtM M et


othbr wy amd to t heem l, e rtJ

Theft. *U also 'be iL *Asin1,
choir and veMal mseric to bt I the *O
the Idea of the tdlm in WOW. Ibin
the leading musical eaA' eehid
of the yerw .
It is of Ohe Wfamos
comes hee d t iMo Y.t til-.-r '
Globe says: '"Aa Ib'. e.. w
man revealed h

the Stiest"UVOSl RM t't,
vivid Jettettimme
flery Hubma in W iniWM l 0"
as btelq s y M t ft r i tW t tl ;iSe't A
mativ spirit at that tody. t Mw
Bams Wl plar -4 W gi^ gKy 1
old Italian lasnratmet, rMc Mare aWb e at
long eOvetful bory emsted wilt MoNae m
It. Be is aleo owner e4a0 e f teO
Best ecieetlins or rare vitoh to a hWm
this country.
* Owing to the Wer gei-i 40m ;
for the coaseert shoAd h I.
without delay. They wMI bq 7sw E
sale today at q few U the 1 t1W
stores, and a*M ayr he to r.om"
taIephon aur e
WANT --Ws.asse w7 -^
lady stesographe: etiW"'- r Dl Ss
0,s1 1: hmBn WOWt by t sa@ tt
M*rdal work. AddJe---- J
BD" st1 Oasis. a

Mr. Human, thea of

left for **a*& 182 OreP
ing a day tO In MIm m g
meats for his father to 46,the
Armory Monday t1W -. '
splesa of tM..Maftr r '".-..
Husma is a tety sIliet
and will be with I& aet.
he plays la Oena, 0c Mte s I
Rev. Clpeppe- .a-l fw, M a,. 'a,
Burk Culpepper, whg hoa t d .'e @ Mi
cstaful revival meetaI e Oihn a0ta W1
a year ago. art*. ln VmlRgj k
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plues in fuimwleMs
mrs jam"s Knight of this d. rr
r~o-ito .

-ly 6dfeli&.te. Pha" S- Zt ty mufltg;
Mrs. Prank amwe sit, in5 53 Ot teIw .3t
Tyrnk a" 16~ ~~Jy.hS.W44~.~C3

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Miss Olive Wttl- wit ntaf
hoer Meis fK W t ,
- eost *I3thtUf a
Sueft will be'Ml a
Mr. arrny Wesvao Pndelphl.

Mr. U S H s .
the beat knowm am dImmat p-pHl^ 1!^
tormes In Hnda, a ainlat the'hd'r
new vistore m town tkem 46 la
guest of the Ocala .,,.

Whame talTaxmi m, t tg babe-
fair don't "tl to aA .st e- ANlo r
Florida Malt Ordr SmS at tlH em-
trance of lafayetteb e i iftdge.
John T. Moore, o Ofala. the min ag1 r
will take care ot yoa ad s~i 'o
model stock of Haorw.

Wemys and La I
pvfume at the

Mr.. Bea I.aiIaII

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tag; water and
Nf1, South mIo*

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woman's dab t6Wee w kft^
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