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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 24, 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: VID03099
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Volume 14, No. 231.



Office Over Munroe & Chambliss'





Rooms 9. 10 and I I,
Second Floor, Holder Block,



Dental Surgeon
wce Over Cmmeredl aink
Phone 211
Offi* Hours-4 to 12 a. m.; 1 to S p. mi

Charles D. Huber. N. D.
Charles O. Hulbert. M. D.



Office Second Floor The Munroe and
Chambltis Bank Building, Ocala,
Telephones: Office. 2:2: Residence. 221
Office Hours
9-21 a. m.. 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-M20 n m.


Plans furnished
on application.

P.O. Ix 4.




Opens into the lobby of
Ocala House.


Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec-
tric fans, electric massages.
"h ambelg Water at all Thes


Uiu andks m Embalmrs
Under akers

Fin Caskets and Burial bbes
AU Work Done by Licensed Em-"
bwumers and Fullyv Guaranteed.



City horses boarded by the month,
or boarded and cared for if desired.
Horses fed also by day or meal.
Horses and all domestic animals
treated. Thoroughly -quipped for
performing any operation.
Sclentiflc horseshoeing done.

Dey Phene 18 Night Phone 196


au~ Q.Jfty

school In our county. ,
On March 1 I1 expect to atteed the
superintendents' convention at Ldke
City. The convention la being held
prior to the assembling of tbie legis-
lature and. amoN the most Important
f atures of the roVk will be the dis-
cussion of probable or proposed school
legislation. The reconmendations of
this convention wffl probably have
considerable Influence upon the aetion
of the hgislature and I shall be ples-
ed to receive suggestions from parties
interested and discuss with them mat-
ters tending to Improve our present
system and condition.
I earnestly solicit the cooperation
of all partles-teachers., vhool offi-
cers. patrons, pupils and friends--in
the reviving and building up of. the
educational interests of our county
and state. Very sincerely yours.
J. H.Brinson.
Supt. of Schools for Marion County.

Idleness means trouble for
Its the same with a lazy II
causes consttpation. headache
diAc wallow fmrntnlrani Amim

An Open Letter from SuperihUtemdt
Brinson to the Schoel People of
Marion Cefty
To the Teachers, Supervisors. Patrons
* and all Parties Interested in Our
Educational Welfare:
Dear Friends-The school year of
190S-1949 Is drawing to a close in so
far as the teaching goes, and I wish a
free talk with you upon matters of
mutual and vital Interest.
To the teachers I would say to keep
your schools together In Just as vig-
orous condition as possible and close
up the year with as good feeling and
full attendance as possible. It will
give impetus to next year's work.
I would call your special attention
to the necessity of making all your
reports full and accurate a"d lIng
out all the information tIndtle4 In
your registers. All this Is messntl
to this office In making up the annual
report to the state department of ed-
ucation. I would call your attention
to some errors that a number of our
teachers are making in compiling
their monthly reports. In line two (2)
the information has reference to those
pupils who have been enrolled In some
other school and then come to your
school thus making a double enroll-
ment. Your regular pupils who have
not been In another school since July
I should be reported n IHue one (1).
The same directions need to' be ob-
served In reporting the aggregate at-
tendance in lines four (4) and five
(5) and the average attendance In
lines seven (7) and eight (8). Also,
in reporting line ten (10) I notice that
the reports so far under the head of
both in almost every Instance give
the sum of male and female. In many
eases this will not be correct as It will
frequently be that the most girls will
be in attendance upon a different day
from the one upon which the most
boys were in attendance, In which
case the greatest number of both will
not be the sum of the Anales and to-
males. In nineteen (19) be sure to
Insert the date of the beginning of
the term and not the month Just clos-
There should be a report from each
teacher in those schools hAving more
than one teacher, with her account
filled out separately from the other
teachers and each separate report
signed by the chairman of the local
board of trustees or in hi absence
by the other two. Eac teacher
should have a separate register, but
as some of the schools where there
are two or more teachers have but
one. and all the schools are In one,
we shall continue the records .as they
are for the remainder of the term.
Complaints have come to the atten-
tion of the board that the time in
some instances is not being fully
taught. Particularly is this the oase
with some colored schools. The boards
and superintendent desire to call your
attention to the legal requirements In
this and all other matters and to im-
press upon all parties that the law Is
not a dead letter. In this connection
we would call upon the trustees 'and
superVisors to exercise care and dis-
cretion in signing reports and ac-
counts. Be sure that they are act-
ually correct "to the best of your
knowledge and belif" and avoid sign-
ing In a perfunctory manner, simply
as a matter of course.
To the parents and guardians I
would earnestly appeal to keep your
cHldren in Just as regular attendance
as your circumstances will possibly
allow. Time missed from school is
not measured by the actual time lost
from attendance but it diminishes in-
terest and causes discouragement.
Quite a number of teachers. partic-
ularly the colored ones; have grown
into the habit of giving orders on
their warrants before they are issued
and in some cases before they are
earned. This practice we wish to dis-
courage and shall work out- of as fast
as possible. It makes extra work In
the office and in many instances is
net to the advantage of the teacher.
We will also state that it will not be
necessary to call or send for your
warrants as they will be mailed to
your address as promptly as possible
I regret that I shall probably et
be able to visit all of the schools
during the present terms but assure
you of my personal interest In every

treet A. M.L ansterd. Pbha 29C

Plenty 6 Oas Readers Hav This
Exsperias e
You tax the kidneys-overwork
They can't keep up the continual
The back gives out-It aches and
Urinary troubles set In.
Don't watt longer-take Dean's Kid-
nev Pills.
P. P. Anick, Elm St. Sanford, Fla.
says: "I have used Doen's Kidney
Pills and can say that they are a
suoerleor kdney remedy. My work
brings quite a strain on the back
and as a result. I suffered a great deal
from backache. I would become so
lame'at times that I could hardly
straighten and mornings upon arzsft,
could Just about get around. I tried

plasters and Inblents but the relief
S they broMght waS only slight and
temporary. When I learned of Doan's
Kidpey Plls, I obtained a box and
anyone found that they acted just as repW-
ver. It seated. We I had used the com-
, Jaun- tents of this box the backache had
am and ceased and miw meak flat stomser."



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The readers o this paper will be the, sel '
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreased disease that science has
been able to cure In all Its stag s and Heinem BlighiM amd Lives Reined by
that .t catarre Hairs Catarrh Cutre The Ipepe b e bore,
Is the only pettive cue now known "O Mof T*esnd Obtain eer t
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be- Recruits fen he Red LIght
ing a constitutional disease, requires
a constitutional treatment HaWs .
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally. act-
ink directly upon the blood and mu- Chicago. Feb. S24L.-W -' rby
cous surfaces of the system, thereby scores are told In letters 6 slmesu
destroying the found.ton of the dis- blighted by the traffic V
ease. and giving the patient strength ar systematically e nsr.ibesy*l.l
by building up the constitution ani and sold into "white slav In I" O wt Ia getr ig
assisting nature In doing Its work. light districts of cities of thiMs and Uki pa_ in
The proprietors have so much faith in other countries. Among the letters tream~ fuet*
Its curative powers that they offer which have poured in since open war- To cure Rhe"nsan '"I" '
One Hundred Dollars for any case fare was begun on white slavery and make the kidney do their wYto th M
that It falls to cure. Send for testi- have been turned over either to the are the filters of th ai ed 4.
monials. Address, F. J. Cherey & Co, Illinois Vigilance Association, the must be made to etu-
Toledo, 0. Sold by all druggists, 75c. United States district attorneys or Pblood the k ba" t S
Take nalrs Family Pills for consti- the state's attorneys, _those gloi l i
patis. mothers and fathers tell
sarrativ" tht more than lo
cov. -6aU:h oM ru ar tnl ***s tr*a n ****
COL 0 OOPCR OW T E TAND mai&, j to-di& vkotl o traiast I bS1tTis fsthe ON ORu p
Nashvile. Fob. 244-On the witness ttt te T
stand In his own behalf Colonel Ooep- ptOneo lette. .th ture a 4er, tb th ;A
er yesterday told the story of his rela- V I eakst tua4t
tons with the late Senator mack.rticlea I Anited tatei Di trict At e
of how they had been the closest of In s and Iothers i anet mo i eot ab. 4

Tf riends untilts of the unf ortunate race and contains an arraigns of the tra fi t sign of es. atta.1t
wdlin" Bob Taylor for the governor- and eeded laws for suppre, in t, bt ackhe or ai at

or hemat trble. 1 bottle two and letter was received by editoters, t e .
ship of Tennetmbe four y drs aggists petitions t result. to the .
or by Send fr testm als. D articles by Uniate t ad the enistrct At- ie 9wdW *
SW OU strtorney Sims and others In an ort toe nub d
The merits oerL t Tes Woner. o expose the proportos the traffic first sign of anattl"e qt
would mvor suffer from kidney, blad- and needed laws for suppressing'it, Lbackache or urinawyI
dei or rueumatic trouble. Si bottle two and will be it wkth other letters, eir w10
months" tr-atment. Sold hi druggists petitions aAd resotlm* to the It.
or by mAIL Send for testimonials. Dr. linols legislature to a&dI the eect-A A
IL W. lail. ,2Mlive street. St. ment of proposed bills making.
in bondage of debt. and t e ifi : *i
PIANO TUNING upon earnings of white slaves a li- St. A.ugtlms "
___ony punishablee by suitable peniten- clusion of the am l-
Ten yeats experience. References, tiary terms. Ftorida ~B
any music teacher In Ocala. any A PerfWt Wrik ouh.3. 3X LI .Oa. ;
music house In Jaecsonvllle. 'Phone "My daughter was. entleed 9wy f .
2W. A. M. I.atford. city I-8-tf while we lived in Glaucester, Mass.,
by two women" wrote her other. My Tlbi
WORK OUT "She was gone two months before-we per Olbl, 4t sc.hse
elected secretap aa4
-.--- found her. I made a fuss and the city ete erets an
That'. t way yo feet about the ms a sad he .never thought fat
lungs when you hae a hacking ogh. the woman I accused of taking amy rwt T e a
It's foolUim to let It go on and daughter was a woman of that klm t plac W lft
trust to luck to get ver it, when Bal- But I f"oud eat nyelt They lt hands the e41te.
lard's orebhound Syrup will stop the my daughter loose an Boton t Ina '
equgh and heal the l ngs. Price 26l. houte that theatrical pipe of the Ro ,
Sc and $1 per bottle. So14 by AntI- evil sort frequent She tried t? do the
Monopoly Dru toe. best she could to earn enough to keep So Cf .tI m 10e
her, but could not and Hlvt deeent, a ,or"
SEED POTATOES FOR SALE did hMe all the rest of theer, bet at a A t
hlast 'bad to come dome and suchv n i s b-a c" a
20 bushels yellow yam and severaM wreck, a few days more and,she nevw .
other varieties: also several hundred er would have come. Weeks and Had m tne a e b1i .t-
bushels eating potatoes; four young weeks we doctored her. She is anamchan lubcthv Ir er. bA '
cows, fresh milkers, at a bargaln. better now. ,but never will be the, ow otees and Jr 71
Have more than I need. Fifty pair same. tal and phyi
extra large Homing pigeons, match- Pious New EngltMd's Estimateo ef slt dy.
ed. Have no time to look after them. s Women acklewledgd to be e A1 Z .
D. M. Boney. Ocala. Fla. 2-10 er regl ator. If t.yots
D. Boney. Oal a. -10 "fn the New England states the ~ rts get am bttle
"A HANDS "don't respect women the same as they,-fbr b ttbe
^AW HANDS do in the Bouthern states. A Menee am f 1i -a
wil get Into miaschlef-often it means looking woman here has lots to cog assint. Sold il th Abl.t
a burn or cut or scald. Apply Bal- tend with: all sorts of tricks are done nopoly Draso.
lard's Snow Unilment just as soon as to get the best of them; girls disap- y r re *
the accident happens, and the paIn pear here, and there Is not much said *'
wUill be relieved while the wound will about It; some are found dead no OIL TRUnS't MAL
heal nicely and quickly. A sure cure clew to who did the deed. Yon can
for sprains. rieu*matsm and all pains. hardly read a paper without sa antl*- Judge,. Aio h A U
Price 26c, SW and $1 a bottle. Sold cle of some, girl missing or mourdet'- g L' I
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. ed, or drowned. The young men and
boys need looking after. They are Chicamgo, Iii. h Mft-.-
FRESH FISH AND OYvI aRS led astray Just as much as the young great .eruSl et
Sgirls. Parents want to watch their Oq Compaly and the l t "
I receive every day tfrom Crystal boys and find amusement for them. gan in the 11sttd ;4Ai *.... *. .
River cholee oysters. both inside and Worse Thn Neo@gre S ws court,yesterday wi the nah
Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water fish "I can't see where people are esy of one hamdn and tftly san ".
and uallet. I can give you the best better off here than the negro slaves for the .aledit i-t A
n Afih-eny'oysters, fresh and prompt- were. Tbht Is, I mean the poor pev the n .n j ,, !
ly delivered. Phone 219 city market; pie that work In the cotton mb ls aa d t ert w A. : *
second stall W the lest. 1-i -tf woolen mills, too, and she tectarle.; sidlag. .Itm |
WILIJAM TUCKER. the wages ae not enough t eo b p t's' S ,
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Hos many t f ers and moth-
ers Ip this town ester this race every"r_
nigby carrying a baby? And they won- --rWId- l* -'
der what the matter is. Chances are -:
the child Is .~la s Ie orms are eat-
i anR of its food. Most children have -.t "
wr. yours needn't. White's Cream .. the Iise
Vermifuge will get rid of the worms -, laria n Ti *
and strengthen the child. Price 25 fever an ,gu
rets t. d by the Anti* ANY STYLE -te.
Ity and bring sffering or death to
.......... thousands yearly. But Electric MIt-
PIANO CONT TANTS teas never, fall to destroy them ad
TAENO.E T n NOTI inn cure malaria troubles. -They are the
I have this day received an etegant e i. n .i .est -am rn tnc cure for mn- U.S
Wpleane that I nm authertbed to h* w n ais I ever Ieed." wttm 4-. iq.
se, for 1 nT76 en easy tewms. Call and / ---. J'aeM of & SC Tbes ee m.,
see h e at 22a? S2 t S Ixth .i1a .ma.


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C. L. Siting and ft. R. Carroel,
Editors and Publishers.


R. R. CARROLL, Business Manager

Mr. J. L. Smoak received a wire this
morning announcing the death of his
aged mother at Cordova. C. Mr.
Smoak left over the Seaboard this af-
ternoon on the sorrowfur Journey to
attend the funeraL The lady was 80
years of age and was the mother of
24 children. The sympathy of the
community and the Star Is extended to
Mr. Smoak In his great bereavement.

Those who went to Eustis Sunday
afternoon, whose names have not been
already noted, were J. F. Thompson,
Otto Lohrig. J. G. Fleming, members
of the band. and Wm. Tucker. W. D.
Ritchie. W. V. Wheeler. Jimmie
Whitesides, Mrs. Simmons. Mrs. j-'n-
geraker, Harry Palmer andl ErnPst

Mr. C. Kline, one of the thrifty and
successful orange growers of Cand-
ler. was a caller hin the Brick City to-
day. He said because of the dryness
of the ground, the orange trees were
slow In showing bloom.

Mr. M. Fishel. of the M. FPihel &
Son department store, is greatly elqt-,
ed over the Invitation sent him by tha
Baltimore Bargain House to be their
guest at the Inauguration of Mr. W.
H. Taft as president of these United
States. This house has built a plat-
form to hold a thousand people and
will run a special train from Balti-
more to Washington and return on
that day for their specially Invited
guests and customers and have made
all the arrangements to serve them
with a toothsome luncheon that day
on the stand so that the great event
and gathering can be seen to advant-
age. If Mr. i'lshel accepts the Invita-
tion and leaves .Saturday, he will
make his spring purchases while ab-

Joseph F. Odum. who has been ex-
periencing life in Honduras. 8. A..
since last March on a turpentine farmi
belonging to Mr. H. L. Anderson, re-
turned yesterday. He said he never
* saw a more beautiful country, but life
on the farm was full of discomforts,
because of Its isolated position and
Inability to get something to eat.

Ocala had the distinguished honor
to sell a peck of weed corn to a party
in St. Louis. The gentleman was In
Ocala, saw the corn show at Martin &'
Carn's store and was so taken with Its
quality that he made the purchase.
Captain S. R. Pyies grew the corn.
How Is that for Marlon?

Mr. George L. Carlton, the faithful
and successful superintendent of the
John Kendig orange grovq near Pine,
was a business caller to town today~
being a grand Juror in the United
States court. He said the grove was
doing splendidly and putting on a fine
bl4om. He said the grove produced
4.0 boxes which were sold at satis-
factory ices. ...

The Orlando Reporter-Star. speak-
lag of the game of polo in that city
Washington's birthday, said it was a
farce; that the Camden. 8. C. club
played all around the Orlando club.
The result of the game was 13 to 4%
i* In favor of the South Carolina team.
A big crowd was la attedance.

SDr. Tqqomas C. Thompson of Jack-
*', sonvllle, rW Oceals boy .had son of our
i[Dr J. M. Thompsoa, wll.plese ac-
c. eept our thanks for ivltann .
be present at the.. ftlrsr ann
mencement of the Deaoto SamAtarium
SBc!ool of Nrs, to be held in the
WWoman's Clhb of Jacksonville. to-

No sooner did E. C. McLeod dispose
of his lime interests at Kendrick. than
he finds a bed of rich Fuller's earth
on his farm at that place.

Seth R. Brown. an old time Ocala
citisen, Is sick at the home of his
daughter In Micanopy.

The entertainment last night for the
benefit of the Belleview library was
the greatest kind of a success. Judge
Hopkins was In the caste and did him-
self proud.

Belleview was represented in town
today by Judge and Mrs. L. L. Hop-
kins, Mrs. J. A. Freeman and her
pleasing daughter. Miss Lorena." the
Star's faithful correspondent. Mrs.
Daniel Fogg and Mrs. Charley Brown
and son, John Henry Brown, who, by
the way, will be a contestant In Dr.
J. C. Booser's county fair corn contest
In December.

Mr. Dan Seigler. one of the success-
ful orange growers and truckers of
that point was a business caller to
town today to buy a wagon. He said
hc got fair prices for his fruit crop
ard has planted 75 acres In water-
* r.elons.

J. W. Akin. the plumber, went to
Inverness this afternoon* to work on
the Jail at that place.

Captain Buckshot has his Homo-
sassa run again, having returned from
his visit to Rocky Mount. N. C.. ac-
companying home his family, who
were visiting there.

Mrs. A. E. Waterman, who has been
visiting her daughter. Mrs. Jack Hiers
at Hobe Sound .all winter, returned
home today. .

Mr. Blltch, the water man of the
A. C. L. between Jacksonville and St.
Petersburg, passed down this after-
noon. He said the dry weather was
drying up many of their water sup-
ply wells. Burnett's lake In Alachua
nountyv Is ilnr dry.


Toplay Is the beginning of the lemats
season, which is a period of sit weeks
preceding the anniversary of the Savy-
lor a death, ant Is set. part as a spe-
cial season of fastinr lniace, and
prayer and corre.p' r the ty
days which J-su' spent fasting in the
wilderness. Th.- first day of lent Is
called Ash Wednesday because of, the
custom which prevailed t the earty'-
church of prinkling asbe on the
heads of penitents the in t day of
lent, and in tuken of beIflatSa and
sorrow for Pin. A leate. amseap ight-
ly kept puriftes the heart frta greed
and lust breaks the force of evil habit.
brings us near to Christ nad creates a
closer bond of unie between our
souls and our heaven.


The United Statee court for the
southern district of Florida convened
tn this city yesterday afternoon, Judge
James W. Lo'ke. presiding. District
Attorney Cheney. Marshal J.ohn P.
Horr. Pllerk Eugene 0. Locke, and all
other attaches of the court were In
After the assembling of the grand
Jury Judge Locke delivered h* charge
which was listened to attetWel, aand
at its conclusion the Jbrs n r to
the Jury room and catered mp1n the
discharge of their duties. -
The court appointed Capt. Saimae'
R. Pyles foreman and the jury select-
ed Mr. Kyle Wartmann clerk.
Following is a list of the jarors:
Grad Jumry
W. J. C i m, gege ges, I .
Connor. A. W. Gates, V. W. bitto, H.
W. Jones. A. 0. Gates. F. 0. B. Weihe.
E. C. Smith. S. R. Pyles, Peter Oleson.
R. K. Warmann. Geo. L. Carleton. E.
L. Wartmann. W. M. Shockley. Char-
les Rheinauer, David H. opkiAs.
Peti Jury
8. E. Rowe, t. W. rayH. J, &
Perruson, C. A. UdIda,~ . -. otyder;
J. H. Uvingston, A. B. .P0ohno P. P.
Gadson, J. D. MeDuffy. Madison Stew*
The case against Wesley Washing
ton. charged with running a still Il-
licitly, was set for this mornlng. and
the ease against Lewis. Whtp, ,-aw-
ed with selling liquor b.utt, a li-
cense. was set forw t0it aftbrou ,
The case of F. M. Br wm f' Itvrer
Springs, has been en ne. as his
physician stated that 1was tirallfy,
It, and could met saarp hk trial,
The case against Wiflia Jaaws wa
nol pressed, as he to now. ervia
sentence in the state courts:


Every housekeeper e- nsia .. the
qeed of effettve remednle to be-;ed
in emergenelea-wlhb 'somethfti anst
be done right away. Such a 'reMedy
Is Jerry Davis' Painkiller, for SMprahs
and bruises. for strained inustles and
for the aches and pasia rmfutltg from
blows and falls. uruis Bnd cuts are
instantly relieved by It and helped to
healing. .Its mission if meroy begal
seventy years ago.. It is used l all,
e"itritis aNIm'rltns of bottles aft
sold annually. There Is but one Pain-
killer. Perry lRavw. Have you seed
the large o tc. S .


Marked Tree, Ark, hPb 24-702
pei ons were killed. more than a se"or
were injured, several seriously, and
practically every building in the town
of Fisher was wrecked by a tornado
which swept through the IWorthwe'ter
portion of tlas county yesterday.

For sale, a sanl far- ( N soeua.
located one mile tsEat the depot at
Sparr. Marton county a' ": wa s
4be Sibley place; has use B a cot-
tage; part fenced, nad a) lb. tI --
tion. Good high pte ltad and .airly
fertile. Will sell for $1,pr acre. part
cash and balamee s f
Addns the Star of-as 0^, a.


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The Bible readlang& give by Miss
Tucker coatimme to be accompanied R
by the power of iely spirit The me*- Iy1.
sages from God'r word are so convinc-
in- and those who listen prayerfully eaa
and earnestly. with the desire to re- "dore
ceive all that God has for them. can No1"
but be bleesed. 3DW,* as I
min S. so deeeptive aad often times mIonWh)
people thk tbhey am right wbus--
In Ustenia t te i~Wead they fye9 th t-b S
their lives aI adltggehr but of tlar*
many with the will of God. &Bai la ha
blinded their reas to their tree ti0o -
tiom and caused thea veMary o fe a to
bh sturmbiag beoks ha the w i et Vh
sinners, .
This thogt ans o t '
thrdhly m tt the attend that 11
day UmrmitS as
and agatk ft do.l e t tl
and. sU lar sl4 ety
wkleb w- 1pt ts asMebe asO
arMsa, l emah to cutI
as off tret bhe and skAt a out oea,
at heaven at a:t. "He that sayeth he to lr -t
se is the light and hateth his brother, ftrtnt
So tin darkness until now." John 2-9. It qB
Miss Tucker read for the lesson this gi
morning .weklers Vbioet of the Dry
Bonef sad amopswas tfs faith 1
Grd's c s- 3 l5

Op thie awrm of sdilu er thaI v*
l.y of dead. dry bones as tefeelei to
the prophet, Ezekfel. -g B
Quite a number covenanted to fast other distrm
and pray for a powerful awakening of tsaant UP"
hlaeitk, our; Ldot. A the
1%0 service this evenig will meet Ao f
promptly at :39 tIn order that thoeG ag of
havhig lyceum tickets may attend that *Varaggi
attraction at 8:45. ThI e subJect is e
The Tongu4e.' This is dne of of the to he it
best of MIsS Tcker' W Ib reedings y f
and no ofe sheald fl to heW 41od'S0
word on thd evi, 'Wfidet perhaps s
ase of the- moat n realbt today. CoIme
bU4 a bring yor fiens, ere-
cevery morning at to .oeock -d 1 -
ft m. Ottls' satetlt the o tl
age at fD.' -

4Wed t Ded-
aee4* A thou. p.*-w we weft-.,

Aft or. lie"
: I. -o mgJid.Wt Mr. Anles st-1-~
-m A P4r he teo at d advarie

G ,at i * -,e I d . I

ion A Vwd : t- drg- ,
NEW pohe to

U fS &tPPridsa re r that
powtatOW o new stock of spsAm dpes
goos le ved r t he e tta am

.lya faoi the& I ddies to se f aniJt

auwr dsedand .
90 a .. ..Cw te t*

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of Public Works ita*ti ta e 'am Ciy 'we' v M
Superintendent Burnps to 6trle fi tI
all employ4 to hvt e. U p 1w P E CUR"lf .lb
with pay 4o attend W, ilS t3 PAZO
exhibiUtin and to be -d-o-0*.i . ae,.
they did not go. Th1 rtdatlWtaOtMet I- s
gathering of influential eltisos t iinrk jta __l_
advantage, of the InvItatlm ext ld i, . "'- .
by card for a private view of the tabs w w*w
erculosis exhibition Satarday night
Commencing Monday the exlibto will 'Aw
be open throughout the day a d even-
ing to all who may attend. The.... '*u-I 1.
hibition Is being advertised as one of | At tA*.
the features of Peusawla's, emar""al. -

Having just added a &ew Mmore w. u i l ,
to our dairy w# cab now tae on mfre -
customers for sweet mnlk ad creae. Pt anr Srf M -
No orders toco large or too mall to I clApes, a# ort frem msWag i.nB
receive our attenUtion. 9E. Hlawath uder poeitlve gXmt t n t 1 1A&
Lake Dairy. Monopoly Dgtore. ,Oa.0mo
Use Plank's Chill S Toole s -.Sawim Ws t --- d e o sbolr 44. fa
teed. Price S2c. Bold hby all vatgh as W tie e ,urs *'?

R. C. Davis A C&; O or
will sell any make o ao i W~,eend*ad su
typewriter upon asy torms t .desired. ,dsBsst. .. . .".."

Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that s
may devekwe Into paenuaMisUa over a wt I
night aRmt JktyhfuU b hime? n N
Honey mad Tar, and I"t Ik OPlb b mq tVa b
flamed membranes, hea:s the ltO, ^ g .. n -
and eipets the cold fro the system .
Sold by all druggists -
We carry the best due f toilet W ue4s inI

.ings & Co. "iWsVl.s of ah t e*4p -r V.

Odd Fellows Heights Ia I I be-vl f I Iw jMm n1 wk a a o ai$l
.Vim y afternoon at 1:36. P .e asp r i.i -e- -- aitB ,
din ground. ~aED tWstarin a "a,- ,M ''
coujou esquare. -a at b de t*0i bI Ja Ww mmu
.away tt the bolder of Ohe lky DC - 'A "canaPher

1mooly Drugstdfgatoe SUMey w* fe. st tg4 at

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~ec.vlg wththe baboo a ttthe
d3s am -wars Mrs. IL, W. Milsow
Mrs. ewmwo, 1OV447 Owur.San&Mrs.
wetl *inet~~te eteltho

pre a" ~b Vsely awdired bF
thsoe who we h~ to opsal the
afSemas om Wlt hM.Mrs. IL T. No-
tuvak athedthe ghosts Pt. the d~t~jn
roma, whmewMU"s Aual* U ?aSa. C

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P,,st cards at Fishel's.

Eagles meet this evening.
Post 'arnds at Fi.h.ll's. one cent.

Red Men meet tomorrow night.

Post cards one cent at Fishers.

K. of P. mrpt Monday evening.

Post carnls at Fishli's. one cent.

O(dd PFellws meet Tuesday night.

Pomt earl anl. st 'lih,'ll'. one cent'.

Ma.-t with cold and" fever.

Anything In the stationery line at
the Ocala News Co.

('lI. J. I I.iving-4ton returned yes-
te.ray from Tampa and the state fair.

Spring styles in ladies' footwear,
now on display at Rhelnauer & Co's.

E. Ooolaby. the Silver Springs mer-
chant. wau In town today.

(let a dressm 'r wai ftrq9m
those pretty sllf'i offTred at ins
at the H1. p. Alasters Company,

Judge anI1 U. prfe of Atlanta.
left yestory a 4A .days' Apent
in bcala at thl Ia eouse.

aer* you seen the new visible Pay-
Iholes typewriter? R. C. Davis general agents.

Fred Wethe. the Jeweler. ham gone
into the alarm clock business. They
are there by the hundreds.

POT ANT Iy fu rnished
front,f rvn lencew'
24 Watula street. 2-24-St

Dr. H. C. MIk. who went'&#New-
berry Sunday., was taken suddenly 111l.
and returned boin yestjart ..

Blautiful lace curtaJns. shades., rags
and mattlnprp in the carpet depart-
ment. second floor. Rheinauer A Oo.

Mihs Lucy PFrd of Lynchburg. VL..
returned yesterday afternoon from a
short vlsit to her aunt. Mrs. Feaster,
at Micanopy.

Mr. P.'-M. Harp of Eureka. was in
town today on business for his turpen-
tine location.

Odd Fellowv Heights L t Sale be-
gins Saturday afternoon at 1:30. Free
innerr on r ground. l And starts from
courthouse square. Free lot given
away to the holder of the lucky ticket.

Dr. 3. E..Chace was W& -pecomd, Wems m* m. I Poo
yesterodAy, but the family reeelvWi *- m7 wlds W a Alhile, D~iA, 1
letter thus morning from hMm u.,--g 3fr. PUWVA. M3ts. Usohe=W sa V ciCty-
that Mrs. Chace had had a slight bukmi,3Um*an lbe'w
Pet and his trip would havpe 26 60 ow0 tAWk 111ADW~t ~s W "'1016 t-,
layed for a few days. Mm .CbfjhWe U Saqbyf3- PO" AM~~i~
been Improvine for game tOmus a~bg IIk
phyicians may she Wi01 mom 1eW *m-'
but will have to stay Im'IM11sliare ghw ae. th
mometimne longer, 19& th. Dr.,..s~a:
Ch&were Vya' FW~f I jiy

time with the A)- imLASvL41
so, as soon as Mmits. o U- s a U alliw 04
better. Mrs. Chaces gtdgmswill hem

tisnt so hopeful,.N. M.'8

if yoramto4frWu.~ C U 3
the- iyveum entertaioeu Carun Tfftrakvj
to) the (Ocala News C~ompmVu*y q a"dM.*h
cure them at once, as th* -&A,~*-
rapidly. ,

Mrs. E. H. Mote
her visit to Loalsiaip t rW Inr
been called there by the ilies of at
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Neuya and La &Laamp twq ,-4M.
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their guests Mr. and- AL
own a lovely winter 'boon 4
Weir. I

lad' sten vapmIr.: V x 7
nisW --VaiatlarWI ;. - 1--"

Mrs. :Pbamos Sexton left tbis a- Ai ever.Banded
eronfor JacsUk..wheve sMTogstbor Uodw Oi


our store Ii smoing uamtI- .7
torns In pretty waish U96Lw, ehjh *I,
& tcompals'. Il

lf itant a eh ivt
4onvlit atturnom toz semn~
hal e.ftwitbhetr ,4mW~m, L s .~

Neon wi14Laat

store. e

ment.-Cfor la4les oMh 0'' 7J

We have a mio stq.u 1 i"
fancy usmporterd elMg of "t
ferert poIeen Tha drmt "

Mr. E. C. Smith sS9.gbagrgag. 1<
turned yesterday from 'TVaap,-tha
they spent .a few data a
,at the fair, and Mr. Smith looleter
the business Ifterests of ulhth &
Roberts. In that city

cuhmtaats couu il
Uss lshbat'
thuestambowour i

best Agwft


the bowels healthy and regular. Orlno ASYNOGRkPHE
Is superior to pills and tablets as It AND T'PrWtT.. .
does not gripe or nauseate Why take M aga -anThe
anyuuShi eas&W oN by all rS MisW.non.afr-lster T h
pbeer aod typewriter. has opened an languaW and t gi ,

A peio"Fl ow vce lor a lrrma ctl7~
0"d. ob vu2Ltered ombicd a ba
v~y roarbL:...L 3aal~s at Cie Mone

e makesand setl ebalu, right here Is nSf
Mas a w eiamAt

X~ ah~ ~*who w~e -
kemot", 1 4 Tttwmswr matt And

We oil; 4t-&i%5 uatboms And

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SWetern Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Wed Beef,
Muttvn, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork .. 0 ?V4. -
Sausage, Cvbbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, 6Beet1i ]a ea
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Oniowm as

W. P. EDWARD$5.s1.
Phone 108 City Market. O'-
rem at ",& da


GET TWICE THE IUGfT _re amana o fe A pii HeAs

BY USING at be. W as, .. hd put to pay his C1atS for pap C OM .to
rmat, whmi b lsb weme always tak _
a agatm i 7a _

he eatr t.i.tos mWce. ,"I m

G"..ET TH M I AT -r fa -'.a --..-.--. ,_11_ .. -s *-.
GKF THEM AT io, t,. t. ..o a au.,. A_" .t that .. _r xoJ
Ze% Aedea* ba It it nbto a youq ca ad Or*"
I vu.14w I o b h.ud to make a aW aW.S .i"O.,
"]Wt you abookI have c ,saluted me.

.. -" ," pi am -'q ... .. ... me ,Ihae o. .
*wtah ufoo tI Vsa anet d* the? Jd^---b.
ElectIical Supply HWa *T r r ***J

|ar a ps you aesc tdkel" bgt
S/. at ba1 wt M the

to make yourself well To d this, we but repea that l K
the words of thousand of other %afIas ftia
womaily Ills, when we say: .-* I a,. tt 1: wa r a*m e,' M

**n.... w0 seI e p en" -Ma- n m e wan swo
brtuasm; beeoma& wAel.l d softy W. C. ar
Sfor *h otherr; .bema6 1 n-a ma-S

T It WIn Help YoU _
For 50 years, this wonderful female remedy,.as B to ia a tow bears IsWx thsh -
been benfiting sick women. Mrs. Jemnie Merrick, "h a*I~,a set a w
of Cambridge City, Ind., says: "I staffed great! Ml snt a. Wi hebed svseW t A
with female trouble, and the doctors d'i no good. M *asW at Of, NO te es S2aS
They wanted to operate, but I took CardAi, and it a.t.*5Q Wiso he chapter It A M.,
made me feel like a new wOman. I am stm usinag a atOW im bews aoft sM toan aup x a
this wonderful medicine, with increasing mrli.0* a h eap p as wt we .t t sora am uiwIo. X .sy '
bit of bettr a 4 a Jfar of -an**-lde.
AT ALL DRUG STORES P had d amo wtowthw in her room. T WO pmt c= &.6e. ,f: t :
It d win ath e r; thO fhed s

.to e* a 0.. tb 7af

hamneth MaciyMCnu. we can make oe sists I U agS a es3 W 4

V~filV^^^^^^B^a!:fi^ o~d ( ^^^^^^^SSSU
^fl~oTUUU^S^^ hue trto the~ mat hi^ ^ ^^ *

.1 ~ -the knw b 49 isam m SW t -f. -. -. ..m..
88V er Pici d.#Wisunrndaw we I WEth bs5 fthe wdThedaft~
usruim iamenmeum ims .he s Vm t Of ~-it~r Hsui qmjtWe
KAU^ T&ack.4wGin Will ma" A" 00th theie w m.6l_
airemLSixty thousand pairs mid kw-aest year.d. ...
eri wo hazared ibomand paursnow Is4 - __1 _-!an ~ w~

= pecW I 1 01 rubber, which a.vt ribem omeso
~ cape. We bane bunnX-dofltes imaoth li borUna ma. f~ s*mla
ti*atating thatbteir tirehaveoel 1be 111e 2 -Al"'I 01am uso ',aftfl
elpoece ortwice ins wholemaa..T1ew~ P1 qu e . 61ayraftiw t~t Ym weso gadxTb& W. &
b ew rInamytore thin.ture eualltinqon theigle wEeaTobt
me.__ 1181Mvp eso ipirhu ar a sm md av ope of gd Ihg wel" I
isi'Spat Voud ea w e ntutl "Naeow'nd dta a- h e 1 f u
rider only US m UP& Oh L Ve ,~ a l _
end FULL CASH WITH ORDRandedk" U emlbWflaadan w -u-
mickel plated beau band pulup. Tiresto be reture atObeftns ~ a.~ Wyai you be a E
as msfctsyo usmaalo.We are Pedarefetl~mllblenow" is ~ suefe a-
bank. If you Order a pair of tbese tires, you wl "that they w dt evii n~,', MONInthdim? WO~ 11111* I
wear better. last: "eqerand look Aver than ant ha bo vier4ed ora m nat myW Hi e lv.tor A%" or fyuaz0m Ore0?"
know that yo" wail ene -wel pleaewd that whom ill WW I n ty. -p taab qut
We want you te send uem a trici ompder-TaN onceALhence e
dont buy inv2situnydRm ftyS 1WavmSd
ff YOU WAM=e Iu
!ke s"eIalInewot. ype Ice quoed a orwith h w &an Heeyo
bait ve ma poal ba~ide. OM__ MA 11f TOA* ba1No
noN ~fWa a pairof1fires frees a yawm-Ym e p 0ua* mw m.a"wnin hto 4t"c
of"we aueuaki& nswam a t" I oto sohu ewnyI, uMit 'utmnd s .to 00 b ia 4a ashe W
on" dald- 16"t "8100MgabeS
J.L l TOENSL UI AL '-4mSaftk, fa omw* m '
vimA beadir

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