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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 02 23, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03098
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Wahington'is *rthday Celebrated by
the Patriotie People of
Pretty Town
Th- patriotic people of the trim and
mxde-st little city of Eustis. on the
Pant bank of the fresh water lake
from which the town derives Its
namrn. appropriately celebrated Wash-
Ington's birthday Monday with a wa-
ter carnival. a civic parade, a base-
ball gam,., a concert and minstrel
*how :and the Maryland Shown flllqd
In the day w1th two performances.
The town was full of visitors and
the su-rounding country for 40 miles
contributed a crowd estimated at
1.50f) people.
We had heard much of Eustis and
its growth and prosperity during the
last few years and so with others
journeyed there to- see for ourselves.
Without exaggeration we can cheer-
fully affirm that Eustis entertained
In a style yesterday that marks her
people not only social and hospitable,
as the salt of the earth, but in a man-
nor that would reflect credit on a city
with five times its Inhabitants. In
it all was the happy faculty of blend-
ing the amusing with the highly pa*
treiti-c suggestion. Everywhere was a
srpirlt of cooperation that cannot be
to-o) stronKly commended, renewing
the fir-s of devotion and loyalty to
the old flag with a Just appreciation
of the vlitues and heroic deeds of the
"Pather of HIs C'ountry."
But Itfore we shall speak of the
patriotic celebration of the day we
de&irr to say a word for the town
that ham come Into the eye of our
people as no place in Florida within
the Iast five years, when measured
by the conditions that surround It.
.Euqtli is not a new town. It was
born 25 years ago when the Astor &
St. Johhs railroad was constructed
irom the St. Johns river on the east
to the lake region of Lake county, In
whichh the town is a marked feature
ef that county. people and progress.
John A McDonald was the boomer
and for a number of years the town
enjoyed a phenomenal growth. It
probably was the best known place
in the state during Its early years of
formation and growth. It grew so
rapidly in favor with all classes, and
especially those who were seeking
home to make (orange groves, that
street were laid out and sub-divis-
lons formed, until enough territory
was platted to have created a city of
several hundred thousand. It is not
necessary to refer to results IN ex-
pansion The limit was reached when
the great and disastrous freeze over-
whelmed the state in 1894-95, and the
magnificent orange groves that adorn-
ed and vitalized Its beautiful hill-
side. fell to the ground in the Icy
breath of the relentless frost king.
Its experience wits'tfe same asifkt
of. every other citrus fruWit growing
eomrmanlty;: in a breath fortunes
annilhdted and men fell with them.'
It took years of courage and deter-
mination for those who were over-
whelmed to rise to their feet and be*
gin the battle of life anew. but such
there were and today the smile of
prosperity that is visible on every
hand testifies to that human courage
and devotion that ever has and ever
will make the desert bloom as the

Whf one visits the town of Euads
and observes the condltios that pre-
vail. both as to the topography of the
landscape and the spirit of the peo-
ple, its rehabilitation is not difficult
to discern. NatUre has done much
for the place, : Its location is ideaL
The speakling waters of the beauti-
ful lake is an ever present inspira-
tion to those who live there and those
who tarry for a time. The land grad-
ually slopes from the shores of the
take to a beautiful plateau, that over-
looks its shining waters and here is
where you see its handsomest orange
groves and loveliest homes.
Fustis is blessed with the best
purest, sweetest and softest of water.
They need only bore Into mother earth
from 0SO to 200 feet and an abundance
of the pure fluid Is found. This is

raised by windmills and everybody
has a plenty. Drainage is perfect.
All conditions make It a healthy
The spirit of Improvement -s ev-
erywhere. The clayed streets and oe-
ment sidewalks attract attention and
every stranger that calls notes the fact
and wonders at it. The cleanly ap-
pearance of the town is another
source of comment. The feeling of
neatness is so general among Its peo-
pie that trash i" tabooed. The watch-
word is "Be neat yourself and others
will by force of surroundings grad-
ually be educated to think and act as
you do."
The people of Eustis believe in all
the elements that go to make up an
ideal community. They are a God
fearing people. Their church towers
and neat temples of worship, four of
them. attest this fact. Education is
near their hearts. Their splendid
kindergarten, one of the noted ones
of the state, their efficient high school,
their well -ordered public library, the
new Presbyterian college, which is
growing in strength and usefulness,
all speak for themselves.
Eustis is quite a commercial cen-
ter. Its well stocked stores and live
merchants believe in publicity and
draw their trade from a radius of 25
miles around.
The wonder of Eustis is its tourist
patronage, and it was stated that
1.200 of these desirable people were
enjoying Its well kept hotels and
boarding houns, its sweet sunlight,
with land and water attractions. But
when one comes to know all the
healthful and helpful surrounding.
the social amenities that prevail ang
the kindly disposition shown strang-
ers and their reciprocity, the wonder

Ing as told as Ise a mat interftag
one, a kind of laspstlesa, 4a lest,Wt1.
the community. He Jt 1h -6spab. I
to see a brother aftsijI.Wttr every
other section of the uta iHe tarried
awhile and the next season returned.
The place grew on him and he pur-
chased some eight years ago a de-,
lapidated hotel property, known as
the old Oklawaha. Friends insisted
on accommodations and be repaeid
the same. He has rIn it since so sat-
isfactorily that each. season patrladge
grew, enlargements became neeesary;
until now with the new additions,
etc.. It is a genuine: p-to-date hoteL.
Now. as we understand. Mr. Lane
never Intended to be a hotel man.
Other industrial Interests in the Old
Bay State commanded his attention,
but as we said before, this grew.on
him as it grew on his guests, an4
Mr. Lane's coming to Eustis was truly
a blessing with mutual oesfermeuts.
A new, large and eommaodous h6o-
tel. the Grand View. on Magnolia
street, not far from the depot and
boat landing, was thrown open this
season and it. too, is overrun, as can
be said of all places where 16odging
can be had as well as board.
Now. It is said that Eustis has nev-
e.r indulged in much publicity along
the line indicated, but its lovely lo-
cation and attractive surroundings so
pleased those who came In the past,
that they are standing and pessist-
ent advertisers of the place. They
came from the east. the middle states
and the west and persist In coming.
bringing friends with them. An in-
stance of personal publicity not to be
deplldated in the state.
But Eustis has a booster club. It
has done splendid work for'the place.
Mr. Eastman. the famed maker of the
Eastman Fountain Pen. of Philadel-
phia. is Its head and every live man
in Eustis is a member. We like the
spirit that dominates this club. The
sense of their boosting stirit is to be
kind. generous and considerate" to all,
to speak naught in mauce; to lead the
helping hand and when you msee ead
know a good thing, tell your eigh-
bor, and they never fall to do this
We have referred to the magnifl-
cent -badp of clear. fresh water, Le9
Et.tis, about seven miles long by five
in width. This Is the fisherman's
paradise and the boetman's heaven.
fiHece the Eustis Boat Club. There
are many boats, fifty or more. The
landing and shores of the lake for
hundreds of yards testify to this club.
Tnase men had within them the spirit
that made the beautiful water car-
nival of Monday possible and drew
the big. Inspired and well pleased
crowd that enjoyed the day so im-
men.a ly.
There were '35 boats in line, all
beautifully and uniquely decorated.
Through the courtesy of Mr. and Mrs.
George Scott, we had the pleasure to
witness the parade from the com-
modore's flagship boat. which honored
.position Mr. Scott holds because of
his great interest In Eustis and its
pleasure fleet, Mr. and, Mrs. Scott
being also members of the Eustis
Booster Club. We had hoped to give
the names of the boats anod ,their
owners and style of their decoration.
but find it Impossible in this article.
but can say a more pleasing picture
than that which the' fleet presented
as It came out of Palmetto Point, on
tlie lake and passed the throng of
spectators and rounded the stake
boat "*Three Kids." remmanded Jby
Baptain Baker. has sever been paint-
ed. There was a prise for the most
unique and pleasing decoration effect.
which fell to the lot of Mr. Herrick
Clifford. In a clipper, rigged boat. such
as in years past was the pride and
boast of the great American merchant
marine fleet, now only of blessed
memory. '
Others received special mention.
amohg them the houseboat of the
New Oktawmha- ln. draped .in yellow
land green. The "Buckelye," clothed
in the habimiaments of war as' rep-
r,...ntlng the lreadnaught oif the'
American navy; the "Delaware," was
a most taking figure.
Besides the flags, streamers and"
bunting on these boats, were ,young
men and women dresed as Uncle
Sam. Martha Washington and the
Goddess of Liberty. This was ee-
peclally noticeable. on the steamer
Illinois, in charge of Captain Baker,
whose grandchildren assumed the ilU
lustrous characters referred to. Capt
Baker Is another water god and a full
fledged Brstis booster, whose genial
smile is as contagious as the; suplight
flitting over the scinetilating waters
of the lake. As details of this de-
lightful picture are impossibr. we

can- only say again, it was to odr eyes
one of the prettiest and pleasing
scenes we ever witnessed and too
great commendation cannot be given
every man, woman and child in Eustis
who in any way contributed to Its-
success, but none more so than Corn-'
modore Scott, who was the head and
front of the parade, assisted by a
host of enthusiastic followers and as-
. Commodore Scott met the Ocala
band and Its contingent at Leesburg,
from which place we proceeded to
Eustis in Captain Hampton's trans-
port. The genial captain is one of the
institutions of the take and every-
body is his friend as he Is to every-
body. We passed over Lake Harris,
through Dead river, the S. A. L. rail-
way draw. then across Lake Eustis
to the dock. where Henry W. Bishop.
one of the pioneer settlershof Eustis.
met us at the head of the reception
committee and assigne places to us
alL You can have same idea of the
crowded condition of ustfs' hotels,
when we state that it took assign-
ments is a dosen different places to
accommodate us.
The street parade preceding the
boat regatta. In which all the schools
of the place, secret societies, etc.,
participated, was a pleasing feature
of the morning. It was headed by the
Ocala band. Mr. Henry Blishop was
marshal of the day and acquitted
himself "admirably.
In the afternoon the boat races took
place and the Leesburg boat proved
the fastest. The Ocala band during
the afternoon played on the dock and
everybody sang the prases of their
music.. At night the Ocala band boys

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:40 this 'mbS v.a gIt. S
ber people the eI-m tHe earth and
is boapitality sad Vibfrauatwe d.tinel
A day ( prfivare af4 ddItat liog to
linger kiiW t dnl g. one of the
Washington ~4UWa b a rich
border of delight ; g- fences.
If you want to know what the band
boys think of Eu tis ad her people,
Just task them.
This aticle- would be Incomplete
without referring to Commordere
Scott and his sweet help meet, Mrs
Scott, for courtesles extended. Now
can 'we forget th. kindness and good
will of Mr. Beary W. Bishop. one of
nature's noblemen, nor.dItor'Newell
and wife. and qst here permit as to
say Mr. NeweWs Bstft tak ins
is a local paper e merit, aly -ema-
darted and the pride o the e 0amm-
It is od to get away from bhoe
now and tiemV ad see what your
neighbors are doing. It is so suggest-
tve and helpful. so' Inspiring and
broaMening. How it lifts us out of the
narrow 'and burdening Influences of

Miss Hattie H. Carpenter. of
Miami. a very bright newspaper wo-
man. has purchased .the Florida
School Exposeat and beginguag
March I ash will be the dtwr a"d
publisher sad the IpMemat will be
lssted at MIaJA pr. A. A. Murphreft
president of the Woman's College,
Tallahassee. and Dr. W. F. Yocum.
professor in the University of Flor-
ida, Gainesville. and Prof. L. W.
Buchholtz. superintendent of schools
of Hillsborough county, will be the
assistant editors.

The veteran Jerry E. Walters,
north of town. who has been suffer-
Ing for a long time with cancer on
his 'face. has gro.;n so weak that he
is unable .to move and so his brother,
Jaxper Walters. below Dunnellon. has
come up to look after the sick broth-
er and make a crop. for him.


It is with justilaable ride that -we
point to our new *toek of spring dress
goods Just received from the New
York market. The goods embrace
both domestle and Imported goods and
are the most beautiful and original
that we have ever carried. We cor-
dially invite the ladles to come In and
let us show them the goods. Rheln-
auer & Company.

PhyAsicans prescriptions family re-
cipes, all orders for medicines filled
under positive guarantee at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore. Only Squibbs"
chemicals and Parbe Davis & Co.'s
drugs sold at this store-both gara -
teeing purity-and strength.

Mr. Peter L. Durisoe has placed
the Star office under obligations by
supplying it with marmalade, pre-
serves and fresh rutabagas.

There Is not a better salve than De-
Witt'a'Carbollsed Witch Hasel Salve.
We hereby warn the public that we
are not responsible for any injurious
effects caused from worthless or pois-
onous imitations of our DeWitt's Car-
bolised Witch Hazel Salve, the orig-
inaL It to good for anything when a
salve is needed, but it Is especially
good for piles. Be sure you get De-
Witt's. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug-

W. D. Eminisor. the thrifty Sparr
farmer and trucker, spent Sunday
with his family, who are taking ad-
vantage of our High School.

C. R. Kluger. the jeweler. 100 Vir-
ginia ave. Indianapolis, Ind.. writes:
"I was so weak from kidney trouble
that I could hardly walk a hundred
feet. Four bottle of Foley's Kidney
Remedy cleared my complexion, cured
say backache and the irregularities
disappeared, and I can now attend to
business every day, and recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy to all suffer-
era. as it cured me after the doctors
and other remedlesi had failed." Sold
by all druggiats,

SW. C.; West, who is keeping in the
swing of the new Iron bridge across
%he Oilawaha river at Moss Bluff.
was in town Friday for a supply of
cotton seed oil 'to lubricate the bolts
and co. He said the bridge would
be ready for travel in ten days.

When vidtlng the TImpa fair do
not fail to call at the South Florida
Mail Order Hose, 101 Lafayette
street. Jut'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
-sfrietly first-class stock of whiskies.
wines and beers.

Mr. Jim Brown, the ex-dairyman,
I has purchased the Charles Freeman
farm in the Shady section anid taken
charge1 of same.

An opportunity to secure a pretty
silk drew or waist pattern for a very
little money Is offered in the bargain
sale of silks at the H. B. Masters Co.

Frank Turner. the thrifty farmer
of Bradly's.Pond. was in town Satur-
day and thinks he will take in the
fair this week as he has some valu-
able turpentine patents he desires to
show parties in .Tampa.

Post card sale at Fishers. one cent.

Two post cards 26c. Mll'7 Stdlio.


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anohnofm eaa Se. nda. and a. oand help in the good work and get
deasmn So aulDr.1L V.Plm t but- help from the study of God's word.
hso Mado. and nader taL SbookleOt helf" '

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AcuPtolmfored sawe fo i ag res ,- oe pUtyAe Wheao e bal' ituny
ods ord o tharse road o ml eoe with abut ebes a
ae tWsad ail vrye.W. He Iee .
4e g"Tbe Churek at OeW.' The were
anAy Bible re reasees ea te 4 -bet
read by the jmalors at Bsaie~
wasps pa ll a"R ver ofe a ot
Washington, Feb. 213-43howeres Wa. ., G ob.. W t -
might and Wednesday;- colder Wed- Bev, N. H. b,__
y pof.ii west poMnILm.--_, thefbes
ereae for the shea and ie
PUPPYe lOUND blew= tone at the est
H things to be taught the childer waa
A colored mian found a so'weeks'- one tbho g to bhe oberevedo cfreatly
old bird dog in the road, two mies older persa who set thme e.
north of Ocala on. Monday. 22nd Ist. for theN. There was a good t
The puppy is white with brown spo talk 'apon the subject ad t
of head and near talL Owner earn srlptiem oaf elanla's Osf le' i-|
get his name and whereabouts by read by the juealers. %4iet
calling at Star face and paying for e b1 he Mislas. fl ay. A.gW. |
this ad. ttleypewriter . twl ,&be. ,
mts en with bseatI sene A,- i
Having just added a few more cows 7 blackboard tour by several
to our dairy we can now take on more tlors with other Inm tbg te
customers for sweet milk and cream. leryone oi alMy i aV tas
No order too large or too small to Ri t
receive our attention. The Hlawathe a
Lake Dairy. W.H. S. Aonv

Use Pjank's ChIl Tonic. Otaa- At the regaler me6bg tht
teed. Price a2c Sold by all druggists. &49's Home. K' lem San

R. C. Davis t Co., Jascillhe t flowi g .
will sell o ay snake of8 eee01-1a6"Md -rs. dK.
typewrlteU upon easy teras it dron T. Islar, vice
Eirbett, seen
J. H. Mcewen. of Flemington, who 1l ., O BlalocH, 4 viter t
has been taking in the state fair, re- MtIs. H. K. L aa llboS 01,OW
turned home Saturday. 3. R o

FOR RAJE-My household fonal- Mrs. W. -D. G .rhab We ap a
ture. Please call and inspect sMer. look after the palt ma2BOmM
Abe Brown. -1-23 per, -Our Bome.

We carry the best dine at toilet or-
tioes, soam perfumes, ete., in the 0
city. Come In and be convinced. Ty- i
lings & Co. 2Se.w u

ond floor, aDr listed up for Iausekeep- w

Dr. H. C. Mills retur ESed Saturday perfme *t the ane D

which he is making a great success. Sheriff eorge Carter .t '


The ladies should wee the bargains Dr. Veal of Martel was In town tmis
ofred J-in sikes, many different pat- afternoon n
terns, at the .L B. Masters Co. -
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Mr. L. Batting, who has been so their mpetaw ee -W aete
iII, was dowin town yesterday, mw-h -
Inproved. '

penya a Lt h sern.. perhimes at the Posattfee Drag- .

Mr. A. L. Kirkland, proprietor of
the Brown House at Silver Springs.
was in town Monday and made us a
pleasant call. . .

Now Is the time to plat yor r .
den. We have all kiad of ga i lA
eed for tan planting. Tydfag & 00.

FOR SALB-A fine Webber planm
Abe Brown. Oes 2-S-tt ST.

Mr. W. J. 1 wards, after spending M B
Sunday in the eity with realtives, re-
turned to Irvine yesterday.

FOR SALE-The following proper-
ty on Lake WeIr, one mile from Okia- .
waha: 40 acres comprising 1 acmes
bearing grove. 4 Acres lake front, 20
acres uncultivated lands. Dwelling
house and packlag ouse. .D 8.
Woodrow. 2-2"-7t

Mr. and Mrs. L. Anderson. Mise
Francis Andersn ad MnU M L. An-
derson, pf Ocala, ae In JaJck llce
and are staying at the Arag.--Me-

When in Tama visiting the state
fair don't fall to call at the flewt
Florila MalI Ordr House at the en-
trance of aatte street idge
John T. Moore e Ocala. the manager



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$5.00 Down an(

Call For I


A. Frank, Mp.

Ekgaut FreaSf
Panel Back Roki
A mtrnclouly low prce lor a reisark
Made of quartered owk bi'h:y polished at
color. Fmbousedco!:L.e i-at. ailndmopI
ad very strorybtibut. etals at the i
but o account If our great maaafacturts
sell it to you for T. hibshow you wh
7 buyl direct irom the factory tilataml
SWe make ani ur0 c!0a il rcsIcbstbe
Sat west w csle prices which
to yen of at least a third on every chair *
what this amouatstoia funmishla your
afford not to wed for our .-re illustrated c
and take cdvaatage of the b:.? savings
Over aM different kinds of chairs for
room. kitchen, porch, hail. t sir, office, fr
to thebest areghewt the I SM
S gurmateed exactly as repreeted, or yoe
iMfeI& ,iIi i --- m Mai Ao.

In Answering this Adverti

till Undecided.
It Is yet to be demonstrated that a
balloon coming east from the Pacifi
coast ba the Los Angeles Lltmted
beaten to a frasle. The gas car appeaun
to have a tendency to play around ia
the eddies caused by the mountain
ranges and thus make the captains a
the craft late for the supper be hai
ordered In Boston.
A sccestul trip of that sort would
eause the man who is eternally re
marking on.tbe smaliness of thq woi1
to remark l
He would at =-- W l- flaOU
on the possibilities of livlngAJ LoA
Angeles and doing business 1a 8I nA
though at the present time the uat
who Sets out with J start afd,
beated l~tlas9 bappy
era bone is rlab'-to find himself it
the morain' dangling from one of thu
desolate mountala peaks that stick a|
on the way. As an exact science at
navigatilo at present lacks- smwe .o1
the qualities of exactnesa.
Putting It Mildly.
-Whyjt youeM ) him a mderats
ow drt caasf #UYi takes *
Mw and besr
"No: It is not exactly for that. The
reason why I all him a deti
drainker sto beeaUse I am a ci=tabhl

Pa Kirw.
"aBy thews sigs ye shall knew
theWA What does It mean, pal*

"DelSar kms, 1 preMums."

Mira Agnon, a flrut-elass senogra
pher and typewriter, has opened at
office in the corner of the Ocal1
House lobby, formerly occupied b;
the A. C. L. ticket agency, and wil
do stenographing and typewriting fo
the public.

We have one of the must beautiful
stocks of new embroideriles laces an
Insertions ever brought to Florida
The lar:.i- are requested to call at th
stort and look them over. Rheinaue
& Company.

New Orleans. La.. Feb. 23.-Robert
Burman In his Buick car yesterday
broke the world's record for 100 miles
on a circular track. .n the feature
event of tne second day of the Mardi
Gras speed carnival. Burman made
the distance after a most remarkable
drive in 1:42:39 2-5. this being over
eleven minutes faster than the pre-
vious record made by Clemens at In-
dianapolis in 1905.
One pouno of Vaper and two .'kUs
et *nvelopes, very best grade, for S0
cents at Tyd41ng & Co.
Asher Frank was the -most graceful
dancer at the Eustis dance, among the
Otala people.

Mr. Jno. F. Warden and oon. A. E.
Warden of Belleview. were callers In
the Brick City today.
Mrs. D. C. Hand. wife ot the sec-
tion foreman of the 8. A. L, railway
at Stiver Springs Junction, returned
today trim a pleasant visit to friends
nl West forlda.

45WW- w 4 30 I"bW~.

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fT w 004 t 3,f
thi 1tJ1tJltles r-0 It ~ uame

) .U Lac --holaw .0t iem-non f0 UORL
m~ar4ma* eat IAisharn -me ast. Um"iss.. ViE~k, IUbaheth
divewd as -e
S" mdMan n Tueisy vaM isses Frances

r#s emOaakftDm ataft v.&r. t wl Ydmi 1t
phe..,Ut lis luli IW g eotY, Mei0

EALTY -.CO. ~ h
U -' r.LA. Resbaek, of Cerdele,.Ga. os oedmsca cu io-ew
101Cat& '-ins is at the Mustmtsuuua.heard was fttlmgly ckmed with a. ee-
U~tNE OVIL ~AnythftIn Oathesatfismery line at sides the pretty ushmbe.,Mats
A ANR *I the omi PaMewsca. Wwshingtttw uad, LM*fuuthr"W.
"CErO: iMr. JulimaRnow
Mr. A. J. Nodft', o at t~e~amvoW e. 5iUftie-

Isa si awit WS 3-the

ably 3@thkMr 155L bi;da 0601 hesa"IV". !Wbm.*414F1ra 1~

beaf.geI i 0 guestloftheim xsatebaonve ft%" eonewaagptomeetu uos-
etth Osi I Sp~lY
facill we NUN -A"~w~b Mt~a s mewsrithwag A y'U
fever. mQC. Hed ron.s 1wUtln h
Isi b:i is nd. .* ~~? ;U rC .DW hftorA"iiy 4W H.oJ%_ eFord

Sco~artuons. e draws a enn~t Out A O
WeaM hr.oILgly prepao acwd to indlear* t)eetets Ace%
IL T31641s101 treladcae. eztf I13 *.

perfuim he SuWm bow.
formfe i o
M ok- Rf_.66 4 4
sick. Is IaWhicht -Wicil.___
op btwlamm. .eHe ece",totretur

A We are th(ol ~wdft W wre ed ofsl f nMps at --' W sv 5w.: 'NESaU_ __
it.TYUMAiCo ta" x .ae tbeau"M w%

BaBb .wW Gmi "3, 'wmt to ieftaruswa ion sheses-n drwn mth ..
T. hmt* ter tW Oftsfts" *f Of -XII&D Ig seedm iwtssualy rl

P 35uui Cm tsM* arryinalmerWPin. Ii Ia.q
iMr. J.eIL ,*SENwG IRCE IN Fast. 126 o 421 m
______ ______ __0___11r1s te1WI*he toK st&W13
~ ~tSw in a kiiIt* Ot MOMg
40.Vnet obr4~sw r .( opbt lI
chidre wi t$J~lC~ an tw p~ 3sJ ~ hehtcibsee m WIwc beonW
arrie IsOasi Suday ~ ~ad te t.0m0-.JC...
Ehadenowa h will7ecame w 0

mon, thsi ~iGX4gteCota ~ gg t~Suin~6~I

fr-1410y.11 fWAN t he r$SmwL..wa 014it w t WI bd
week~. t0went Mrs.C C& Ibi left em fter- k
Attorney H. Ham! uSOS-, *V- T-4 a. I to VistM. hris Uw mS-aa

thenigt tain pefums t t. P~Us Drg thea *Mbiist ia -ak S
o ~tedugtr la~ha,.tuodM.a4Ms bttPakae &-

Pr edio A 36 rdaat t 4aPuto. oapetoMiswu, -1.. M 1:2ptot:3

at"._________ ~ Mrs. SOW L. P attesonWI'th her lttl htniv st
Jodnsy SAomy It *v-
d h omisoe o g~a~jr j~ r b Ms .~.Dcushaegr adMs Sebr..w~ ae tt ronhe &wO
nothVincento c.yN e hre be ih *hr'qohr t 8 7 fr a he rw i m ns aai
ni am.. ~b.IIIJMW ram it:So~~.~km lat.allVlbfth ofItan sel ges del f4

Mr. ad Mr. Ps m today 00 Mks. Pb"-tsr OMM"ImltY. Lands ar mhed as $WN
Mr..l! andMWb e e e i A-fof lok.W d liokcanAc
,,.r-uais I. , t -1 *'. -

-.emn euv.1 w", i

kelk I ma In. MY aw-

. a. aO' ~ d tlht

few friends In VA.~W ~~ ~jv4 e~~
C. L. Dudley, Of tw~m n
who are r wi .

Foley's Oulno Lai~here cur'bamah- ta~iEadCa~~
patios and I~w rer tie ~-a Iv.~p~e~ hi fenu aia
the bowels h a"fie totteh
in superior to pills A, _6.wer *1 ete a fiu tes!p,
does not 'gripe or geto e lt, i rh~te eele p es ~e
'~""'7*~ Rardaker umatqle.-Wasli'*Ms.e ~,biu h
anything else Sold byall drughists. mrs. 3*ar bb1wmill `*f- ,-Avdqlp -,
Mr. aler,..WA.N.Tm)D-A tatisble. .bay I*I"* pdafid "hlip iarhu j~i ~~tsms low
bee. Waltr Wafter OfN" sand i'e411mp VIth 00-tar to Ihmpai. WENIt& ~ cSat
beenspedn Homthew K, e:. fWO at MMissIW. UV&&t alamme M *WNW'erwl pt~mim,
Mrs .o restl t eWBn
at Dunuiello~m has WlK4o3e a. a, ..1110L- , -,$- 1
The Munroe & Caslu akIS had his be"Umtibt me om Oklawea of$" 3iS km AcIvth Arl
having the ban k bock painted, roof, avenue mhated;'mtheOwbuildiugpme-' Pot -cmba"i m ita lms=-he1~ ~ ama:k~t
a~ruft and all. IkUSm aom*. the we," a :attrmetidua&#Padua". -hForin~
painter. Is m.the worit.-
Ut W.~ Mr ABul 31who has Mr. aiInou
Get a -dress or waist patfn ter Wiemmiltl' uksa h U s~~~i7' N i ~ ~
at ~ faed~~COL. and Mrs. L. N. Martin, W the
'at the IL B. Mastefs Ohpaany. in
~ $ ~Kmrnleft yeserd *r.
W&361e. Gudm t k empefispbed
Tf-_ Lf* ibd =e m&t~umeAs a Adoni1110ibb the dty.. 10- m

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that 1.4;P'pular with boakitePem .ac-
crmyttants. elt-rks and evernyonn who
ub- blank lx'k~k. mvreantile and no-
ckil Plat"ioinur y yo van secijret AtDI
ftifk#, fripin (bur s~ulperiar stoek. We
have *-v.ry-thing In this hae OftOW
best manufacture In blank b
lastes. mucilage. .ee.,-sat jtmthat.
%elnduc*.#fn*-t4_to hum uddig 13F5

Ocala News Co.,


Westeru Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beet,
Muttoo, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Porkt
Sasaage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnlps, Bee,
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions.


Phone 108

City Market

Washington Seminary
For girls and young ladies, estab IL-hed 1878 Number boarding stud
eats strictly limited to Insure refined home life. Classes divided into amnDa
seetooa, personal attention to each pu pil. Faculty of t1 peclalists Con
servatory advantages In MUSIC, ART. ELOCUTION. Ceruti ate*amis to
Vassar, Wellesley. etc. Catalog free.
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e-I* to d.m ei whem a twouple w a
oite mm-, wee sm m tg a ll "

am up e ad ltoped boere theo at
thGood et te eceioed the p.y
mnor,. "thts my hoser ThesA t the
ama on ha beet, Wbere diM you m e

J'task a whiUe boa standtl' nM ar sit
e --
ps te" n wb meyma'." Mo : I know d
yo w- Wk In the upper story an, -
1VA do" tm
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he ~M" Idtalk--
ik am ebma in.L I'Wk ,eAlt"
wo uftflg at t** 0osthg hbb difter
amm tbloking asthe ud"'varieties ef AdiZim 100pi euL I
pimab be hft&iced p a girto a 21 ominor pp".p ion I

know whu ouyamebw rKm Katie Me-
Ckinm., rmuin.'s da ughter. Who Iwo katlSu* &
am~~CU Msr u,. d ftr ft"
-p~rm~Ddudeck WFA=W 9 UIDEBOOM
voloamIfyatrow ervife."
Now, the prtefem was tbfrt-twe-
years of ag and. although be wore
upeetaclM .bad a pair' of Mliible
'eya behind teMe With*Me 1wL St L
aWdt- fat Se 2mm. f* Kate vms 0
hnR *was a evelaba fstoKate, vmbl
001*0Mm dmikrib"d thinm r ibo
mi.~~~~~~ u fcbspUuadL0., 0. r. .YUT
IN fta b~,NOWN& 1 1Uft.TAM"now, . .
boft arm. T2" let ti milkd6"
they vast 40, hewha&M OW 9 einr
mehadbebod Ms hamm.-earnigth-at
the gim wo bshimway, 1w offrad
bw a m"Is b oim bow.a
vbkb Ropida they too*
twki dopsatwo fts0 0No
threyb vms tra otbairJo ewba
bamne he a catu otbwoollgt bMr
bdie an pudite ufar 4dm.. aand

rawtha h rmI M or ~ ~et-oarine.
thaek ywas by b ow t
me h seo.hM& W. '0. Moo.~e, 'Searetsy.
baw b. ft="kya!""that be was
mm*c, we~tbelow -f the ass e IU. M.-
It didnt It w theo pemb opeA inabiote
l~t Wehec a yof twdve e
There wo o aw oa s io
eowIn tbo th Pr w of aa cmwibw I r
who m wiMP I .a" muft In a'town 'e sdi'
Mahe 6" I heIdis w

uitbony a" &h Am, a. out, got It. iulr in.. $y 3. W .i eA 4
away. DNutstoce F yI& Ae.-&a-
- powvi. hb" beard muM,
more probabe stories from home .t. Two post cards 21& MXn
Wiba celiko" ahe"'Otwy(me it v,
imrel) et .ab real ft m thefha-

a"-mobo~u~a menU

-be I b~m to 660 O imiberiA. ftthe cubbor
but be&d corn in -md stealft. And I
ego"% AST* M*oau d" became hed iok,
kifthetb ha4 Vi _11
*AU bin imfrc?' I/su &m
The wm~er hd Ms in1 h


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