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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 26, 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: VID03101
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Volume 14, No. 233.

OCMALAv N A RAY ..u~Miep



Rooms 9, 10 andI I,
Secoln Floor, I older Block,


Dental Surgeon
Mikee Over Cm.erial lunk
Phone 211
Office Hour--4 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 6 p. m

r Charles 0. Hulbert, M. D.

-i Sirgee


In the Preduction of Turpentine nd
Roaina--Cmpam tive Fi ur for
the Last Two Years
Washington, Feb. 26.-The produc-
tion of more than 8,6"0,000 gallons
of turpentine and more than 4.000,000
barrels of rosin. with a valuation of
more than $14.000,000 for the turpen-
tine and nearly S1A.0O.00" for the
rosin. summaries the output of the
naval stores Industry for 1908. ac-
cording to the preliminary report of
the United States forest service Just
Of the eight southern states, each
producing more than 20,000 gallon,-
of turpentine and 25,000 barrels of
'r,'in. Florida leads the list with 17,-
030.300 gallons of turpentine In 108
against 15.572,700 gallons In 107. and
1.932.114 barrels of rosal In 19110%
again 1.774.270 barrels In 1\7.
Georgia. Alabama., MmiMsippi, Lom-
islana. North Carolina. South Carollna
and Texas follow In the order named.
The comparative report of the pro-
duction by state is as follows:



Florida ........ 17,030,300 1,932.114
Georgla.. .......10,347,800 1.203,069
Alabama.... ... 3,744,060 44.009
Missitsippl.... .. 2,277,850 277,704
Louiiana... ...1. 6. ,2S0 195.804
* North Carolina .. 732.300 131.97
South Carolina.... 559.800 72.125
Texas.......... 200,650 24."41
Totals. ......3. .56 9.000 4.288,283

Office Second Floor The Munroe and These figures show an Increase of
Chambliss Bank Building. Ocala. 2.408.200 gallons of turpentine and
Florida. 288.962 barrels of rosin for 1908 over
4 1907. yet there was a marked decrease
Telephones: Offiee, 2-S. R.sldence. 221 in the value of the product for 1008
Office Hours as compared with the preceding year.
This was due to the great decrease In
the prevailing prices for turpentine
-. ... for 1908 and, the slight decrease In the
prevailing prices for rosin during the
same year. The value of the product
for the two years follows:
BLANCTurpentine 1908. $14.112377.32;
1907. $18.283,309.93: rosin, 1908. $17.-
7xn3.509,61; 1907. $17.317.069.93; a dif-
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER +,..,,, ,o. ,,,...,... ,,-
fr-rence in the value of the combined
output of $3.704.482.93 In favor of 1907.
Plans furnished The figures used In determining the
SValue of turpentine and rosin for the
on application. two years are based on the market
quotations at Savannah, the recog-
P.O. ISX 46. Ocala. Fla. nized naval stores market of the Unit-
.. States. The average price received
for turpentine manufactured in 1908
was $0.3857 per gallon. and in 1907
THE MMER IAL 0.5349 per gallon. The average
price received for rosin was in 1901,
BARB R SHOH P .14~Ipr barrel and in 1907 was $4.33
BARBER SHU per barre.l.
Thli number of operations for the
twv years were distributed among the
Opens iito the lobby of the eight states as follows:
1908 1"71
AlaOcala Houma. ................. 12 185
i Alabama ..... ... ... ... ...192 186
--- Florida ............. ...... .633 595
Offers t r ora .....s... ... ... ... 4 t43
Offers the very bestservice of Louisiana ..... ... ..........25 6
skilled workmen with m,)dern ap- Mississippi ........... ..... 94 93:
pliances. Strictiv sn-mitarv. Elec- North Carolina........ .... 41 43
tric fans, electric massages. South Carolina.. .... ...... 37
S ig Water allexas..... ... ... ...... .. 8 4
1Totals ......... ... .... 1,70 1.620
lie In the low, marshy bottoms If the
I I A Potomat. the breeding ground of ma-
i larla germs. These germs cause chills.
Sever and ague, biliousness, jaundice,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 'laitude, wea'tness and gen ral debil-
uNCERAL DIRECTlORS ity and bring suffering or death to
thousands yeprly. But Ele ric Bit-
U ertakers and Embainers ters never fall to destroy them and
D. L MIVER ALFRED E. OWEN cure malaria troubles. 'They are the
best all round tonic and cure for ma-
Unde. takers laria I ever used." writes R. M.
James of Loueilen. S. C. They cure
Fe Caskets and Burial Robes stomach. liver, kidney and blood trou-
bles and will prevent typhoid. Try
All Work Done by Licensed Em- them. 50c. Guaranteedby all drug-
bolmers and Fully Guaranteed. stores.
Home Talent Sicoresn a Suee4sson the
VETERINARY sa**le- *
The play gotten up for the benefit of
TA LH PIIAthe Belleview library was a success
OU Pi IT H and largely attended by all the Belle
lvifw people and greatly enjoyed. TheO
play was entitled "My Wife's R8tel-
City horses boarded by the month, tions." The following are the aames
or boarded and cared for If desired. of those who took part:
Horses fed also by day or meal. Judge l. Ul Hopkins, Mr. Selna.
Horses and all domestic animals Mrs. N. P. Goodman. Mrs. Selma..
treated. Thoroughly quippedd for Mr. Eddie Armstrong. Cousin Eec-
performing any operation. tor.
Scientific horseshoeing done. Mrs. FPsler, Cousin Julla.
Mr. John Iyles. Ted Tyre.l
SP GU RRANfT Mrs. 0. M. Gale, Katie.
L I* s U RRTil19 TS Mrs. Whisensat. Aunt Charity.
0... ...%..... -... Mi'-s Lorena Freeman, Aunt Pa-

Day ph"*. 180



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n A N tinee.
Night Phone 195 Mr. W. C. Doolittle, Unele Dobson.
-- Miss Elsa Schneider. Slater mma.
Everyone did their part well. The
admission was 15 cents for adults.
*1 and 10 cents for children. Fburteen
Sdotllars were realized for the library
fund. In addition to this play a farce
was given by Goodman and son and
Mrs. Pesler and Miss Schnelder en-
title d "The Boy Next Door.' It was
as!o, greatly enjoyed by all as were
the beautiful solos rendered by Miss
Ps .-le Shedd and Miss Edna Nichols.
I*V Mr. Eddie Armstrong will leave Sat-
urday for Gainesville to attend school.
He will be greatly missed and his
SS ViC- many friends regret his going. but
wish him success.
mwa- DePa ,a Judge LL L. HoLkins and wife ex-


Office Over Munroe & Chambliss

Dr.' Elugs New Discovery be tlae talk
of the towa. For certag C. V. Pepper


of deadly luga hemorrhages. *I could If '5 U
not werk mr get aboit" he writes. A A ..
m" ad their oetors did me no good, but, b U at
after msing Dr. King'. New Discovery C A W th i .e -i a
three weeks. I feel like a new man, few do-t StLn ,u
and can do good work again." FWr PMr p ,g. M. it 1 if;.'
weak. sore or diseased luhmgs, coughs WlI wek ln sttm nli p-s
and colds, themorrhages, hay fever, la Isj if ff beern draws 4N
grippe, Mathma or any broneblal at- fourth time h a ae h bee s
feetion It stands unrivaled. rWice 0 in t PMr. Lfew 796 M. .
and $1. Trial bottle free. Sold'and Mr. Henry ,amd o Metre *.
guaranteed by aHl drougatores. and Mr. C. W. Johasea oit lms
__ dMa who MO.
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE the PlemsatNows oie b
A Fay-Sholes typewriter, good as north on Wedne layp sad
nrw. in perfect order..for sale cheap different points on the ;w. a at-
for cash, or on monthly paymreats. i tending t e .aaUe1 P n
quire at thia of"f.e. Taft la w .t ..lMt
Pneumonia Follows La Grippe day from a weew.- tdaspent t 9t.
-- Petersbur, wTrhere e w ot on -i
Pneumonia often follows la grippe New Englian&d *epg6aik t PlA--
but never follows the use of Foley'a a-Grilt and epsepad the am l g attl
Honey and Tar, for la grippe coughs Hotel A PlaWa the"l, a "* Wi" -
and deep seated colds. Refuse any Iil -ee sed the WaiaSttaW tpardot
but the genuine In the yellow package. --*=a *S parade on the T th
Sold by all druggists. Y11aad-MGNO feat thing10 ofthe k" tl s a-ste
-- ---- try. While in ft. Ptetrslg ha .lii
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE a eh allt I lEll. a former rom amte in a a2, P
--- whom he had aot seem before ,ar,
I will. sell my well known buggy -- years.
horse Cobb with buggy and harness. Everyone Isa on the gal vwa Sor t
Dr. J. W. Hood, City. 2-4 grand isamus.,ta 1s-a' 10
Sbef given by the ac-t l


$M10 REWARD, 1$M n n'
The readers of this paper willU be-
pieas4 to learn that there Is at least __
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and' Weman cf Rank ad itle Sent to Jail MME. CECILE
that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known for Trying to Maym a Talk with the WITES
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be- British Prnier'
ing a constitutional disease, requires.. .., .
a constitutional treatment. Hairs London. England. Feb-I. 5~.- ltra-." '
Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, act- gettes of title and the iglhi e "Tt
lag directly upon the blood and mu- position were today sente.ed t iI
COBS surfaces of the system, thereby of one and two month Ia In ) ftr the 7
destroying the foundation of the di.- demonstration of last nit wpbes an P ab l
ease, and giving the patient strength army of suffragettee tried,to force an in a1 In M *l AN
by building up the constitution ani Interview with Premiler Aquttl. Lady eout7y, Is tha t of "b-
assisting nature in doing its work Constance Lytton. sister of Lord Lyt- made, the noted composes
The proplri tos have so much faith In ton and daughter of former viceroy of Everett piano. Trlanslted it
its curative powers that they offer India; Mrs. Pethick Lawrenee and follows:
One Hundred Dollars for any case Daisy Solomon, the latter a daughter New York. Noe. A- .-1
that It falls to cure. Send for testi- of ex-Premier Solomon of South Af- The Everett PFan me o .I "
menials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co.. rica. and others of equal rank were to02 Maas.--Gen t lest
Toledo. 0. Sold by all druggists, 75c. among those sentenced. Thirty C- ito?. w- To ine .*t ".
Take Hairs PFmily Pins for consti- fragettee were arrailped in c-c
pati4. -* -+ +.lef .t[a

LA"tE WoER stea. '-
Mrs. mwes., of Mashrl. Tens.. is iF VOU C m 1
a guest of the Smith bouse for the The mrif f the omr s
batance of the winter. would* never suffer gga m 6 %0- Noftt5
Several parties have been here er or rheumatic trii : a.H bo t*1,'J K '8b)
looking for a location for a glass month' treatment. 1 *u
plant and are favorably Impresed or by mail. Send for testlmdla. l. I e c
with the high quality of sllea which E. W. Hall, 292 Olive st et Swge -
the Lake Weir sand contain. Louisnt Missouri.
R. I. Martin has about twenty men res ____pect. I.
under the management of J. W. Wes- tao
tover who are loading sand as fast a .s..',.
cars can be secured, for the Mulberry EditeAril M '
phosphate plant.
J r. Taylor Is building sheds for his The Music Trade .
sxlL which will arrive in a few days.
Heretofore be has shipped the gum to
Grove Park, not having enough trees mM:
boxed until the preseat tim to Justi t
bring a still h ere.c 0111 A:
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ho lode l t uato-.
day for Arisona, where they will visitS&.wMi o rherask
their son before going north for the elu- vely aI her aSeest
summer. HO O I_ -'
Mr. Camp and daughter, of Atlan- "astie endorsement of.k Wie st
ta, Ga., are visiting Mr. Camp on Brl- QUe A '6f at OaSOLe 1 + a
dal avenue. SNORT g h.kk& a
Mr. J. H. Branford. of the wholesale -. t tFE -"
furnlture company of. Nash.lle. is
here with his family enjoying the fsh- vaSt"o the 7t.
lng ad boating Immenody. Mr. Brad- _r !oE PSI
ford- will build a new boat house ands olut ]a e eish
covered dock, which will be a great [Ctmedsim o mual# fp
convenience when completed. Cnusua aad motofmu

or 'scalded by overturned kettle-cut R of i density f Ba
with a knife-bruised by slammed color, and I em h aig i
door-Injured by a xun. or In any .... I have found In the .Igal
other way-the thing needed at once There is a doubt -
Is Bucklen's Arnica Salve to Subdue s L I the vale to taBm r '*
inflammation and kill the pain. It's C. v L a tPHIttmoaIPS 1 tm. ati1lll
earth's supreme heler. infallble for qalCbbtag orC eVNwii th e W--
bolls, ulcers, fever, sores, ec.ema and with faint pesa l th f b a 1w; -s
piles. 26c at all drugstores. It is man uy the me t U *
Mme. Chanade*a lool ginga
SMALL FARM FOR SALE Plans and Sperifcations Furnished with respect to, the ntaslm t teh .
Upon Request helped her to make such a pheg ma'
For sale, a small farm of 20 acres success in her visilt, and not dh.-al'N
located one mile west of the depot at 129 Soth JI*rld St John Church Company. ant* --
Spa.rr Marlon county, and known as every one of their ales 'a.
the Sibley place; has one small cot- C)Cala Fal PboC 130 p,,yes,. tm t mvy e-r t an i l
tage: part fenced, and all in cultlva- piano can be protud of e
tlo. Good high pine land and fairly the instruntet that brings I*rt -i":g
fertile. Will sell for $10 per acre. part -e'as this. It dibphasi
cash and balance on easy paymes t. ltk in the
Address, the Star office, Ocala, Fla. *p L5ei y p Bi Uvp i tBe ftt ald be0
WORN OUT ilA. L'ee ad hi "ss am, -- .
W- easurably pro"d& -.4i
That's the way you feel about the "I- *m A*Iai otus rt>ni s 3-- 6- F o'
luIm when you have a hacking coaugh., Omew t h.,w esuuig V,dme Mr. A. I~ Harper of t-e AI.L4 i .
It's foolishness to let It go on and 5 Abfes" asw as dse"of. e per Piano Compaiy., State,
trust to luck to get over it. when Bal- tk 4, o *w a*St mM tative of the Everett pIs. polibllwf
lard's Horehound Syrup will stop the Msl W Mas OMas. B usH.,o pride to this testimeomlal and theta _.
cough and heal the lungs. Price f5c. thusastic editorial conami o t
Sfc and S$* per bottle. Sold by Anti- 04 1a br Musi Trades.
Monopoly Drugstore.r Ti Th" Bvarett pio ba alial g
a tavorlte in. Floriandb s
CABIarr MAKING ,anf. *a"h *: ,. '
We have opened a shop /at C. J. ,
Weaver's, No. 31 North Third street. Caetaymiln .naskaer f IIa "is
whbee we are tafully equipped with the a re50o shOWao a .
tools, material and knowledge to de all .B
kinds of cablaet making. window and Mana street. : .
door screens and all kinds of carpen- .... .E- "m4 m 9
tor work, both new and repslring. We r THEe8m8
make a specialty of Job work. Phone *Mel. T al mU smsa o .. .. + ..,
177. We will be pleased to call and rMs Re*emedy t .o, Ch. 1T It4 tee IIYl.ia|
give you prices If you will phone or the e with l
2-S-tf MANN & DAILY. ----- 'dice, salikw.. cinIs lil
S-,.- ^-- blotches Io ofk apsil~' i a.......
'TWAS8 A GLORIOUS VICTORY IfDrn Kings N3ew LI '- - -"

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The coming nuseal *evna Lack-
sonville April Ifth and Sth will W ark
the greatest g ical evewt di ht has
ever taken place In that Cle history.
It marks the first appearance of .be

C.. b.. mBu n..-r, .-..- i famous New York Sympho* Oress-
St~a wth Walter Damroech, as con-
R. If CARROLL, Business Manager1 ductor. In Jacksonville and also the
=- - -first appearance of the Jacksonville
Dr. J. C. Boozer is holding a regular cho;ral Society in oratorio.
reception these days with the boys of' The festival will coastit of four
Marion who are seeking seed corn. I spl-ndid concerts at which the New
which the doctor L.4 distributing to York Symphoun Orehestra and Walter,
those desiring to nter the premium Damrosch will be assisted by four eel-
corn content. a prize of $50 being of- ebrated soloists: Mrs. Cornane Rider-
fered by the doctor for the best .o0 Kelsey. Poprano: Nevada von der Veer,
ears grown from the 100 grains he altoist: Reed Miller, tenor, and Gustaf
supplies the contestant, the corn to be Holmquist. basso. The final concert
shown at the Marion County Fair in being the rendition of -The Creations"
December. Those who signed the in which the Jacksonville Choral
contracts this morning and got their clety, a chorus of 250 trained voices.
wsed corn were Hnry Gattrill. Alva will appear.
Stokes. Claude and Arthur Rou. Lionel With such an elaborate program it
Reynolds. Clark Yonge. LeTl!. Jenn-; i evident that all seats will be sod
Wings. Willle Jennings. Eugene Ivey. long before the first concert, and for
Angus Carter. all from Failfleld and this reason the Star advises its music
under 16 years of ag'-; Master B. Green loving readers to make Immediate ap-
of Irvine: Roy Gale of Anthony: T. B. locationn to the choral society seere-
Bailey and Horace and Lewis Wal- tary. T. T. Elmore. of Jacksonville.
dron and Leonard and Le.wis Kings- Oriders from Ocalas will be numbered
ley, all of Dexter. who, at,- making this in rotation as received and the reser-
contest under the direction of their. -ations made In rotation.
teacher. Mirs fleanor Seckinger TI` The fhtgile admission will 6e $2; for
Star is pleased to see this spirit shown I the series, 35.
hbt* our Marinn ,ountv school hovs. It It It im cted that the rallroA_ .n-_


C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carr*eI,
Elitors and Publishers.
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All alone in this enclosure lies a baby's
tiny grave,
With a rosebush growing near it,
and the winds its branches wave
Ever o'er it shbddiug =.*, which
a*scendMsr** hi0.
Buldr.a perfuaed 'stair fle t bmW
tn he bo bo d t" MiM "

young manager. Heron Todd. It cer-
tainly reflects credit on their artistic
tastes. It is good to look at It and
especially to the ladies.
Mr. S. S. Savage returned today from
a visit to his orange grove on Little
Lake Harris. Lake county. He said
around that sparkling sheet of water
is one of the warmest spots in th..
state. He said John Wiley had orange%
in blossom and that melons running
had received no injury from frost. He
said the orange trees are putting on a
splendid bloom, that section having
had copious rain falls.

Mr. J. J. Hudnell. an enterprising
young farmer from Lake Bryant. was
In town today. Mr. Hudnell has a fine
horse he desires to sell. See his local
ad. elsewhere.

[Wholesome Candy -


: o0o. and 25c. THE JAR.


Some foks think that because we


The sale of desirable lots tomorrow
noon at Odd Fellows Heights by the
Marion Realty Company, of which Mr.
Asher Frank is the push, will be an
event in Ocala realty and present and
opportunity- to the colored people to
secure a home that does not come ev-
ery day.
The sale is for colored people ex-
clusively. The place where these lots
are situated is the highest point In the
city lu the old Marti City section.
The ter s-of the sale are very dest-
abl? and easy; $1 down on a lot and a
dollar a week until paid for. or 10 per
cent off for cash.
It is the duty of every mant In a
community to become a land owner.
,Every man with a wife and children
should seek to create a home of his
own. A man who can own his home
and does own it, becomes thereby a
more desirable and valuable citizen,
As soon as a person establshes the
fact that he is a property owner, he
rises at once In the estimation of )as
neighbors and the commercial world.
A home is a guarantee of confidence
and credit. So we say to our colored
population, get busy and be sure to be
present tomorrow and buy a lot or two
in sd -. Beals.tas.

2 Aw TOWs i~dhy~w1

60O 6 i 35c
$1.00 s

$20 Pail SL60j

506 "3k

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In Co~mmotionWkk the 94.1.1Off".

Skilled wkmne aad courbo at*-


In anaslmd .-' a -.- .w re.
the wee& #a 10 t jetsw,
And tib. top ea Onalw re stand-
inL. tto'_a. theM ak the ale
Where the g r m bead and whisper.
'heath the kisses of the brese.
And tangled vines make vestments
for the gnarled and aged trees.
Where the hatdow ad. maligbt esem
to play Pt btdM and seek
While the Ay--~want oC the waters
wafted freM the near-br creek.
Making moase Uke the echo of some
lw fthrgot refrain.
.ow flowtag full of giadaes, aw
waltitg out its pal0.

There the rabbit has its burrow, .there
the partridge reat her bode&
And ithe heiftit thrh h astde,
agmoueat Its peaceul *oMtude
While the mmeftng b#rd is thrUang
liquid uasle m its throat.
Poariag baum upon some soul adrift,
where Lethean waters float.

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decorated wuhmith-aand :S'
dies A salad loacees was s
conswistng or chi*" mfsat&
chip Sm nnwieimp, senv" 4
.6.0 feoneE byW-1- i...
' kes" d eI alsiow in s jkmil

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will be an experience lesson that will tering Ocala will make special rates Cha O'MallUy P r.
prove valuable to them as youngg men, to Jackfon*ille for this event, thus Port Inglis. Fla-. Feb. 17th. N19.
giving everyone an opportunity of
We- had the pleasure yesterday hearing famous interpreter of the MARCH AMERICAN MAGAZINE
meet Captain I. 8 Keith. of Montr e. world's ster musicians. Walter
Pa.. an offlcr of the' Seventh Pennsyl- Darrosch. In the 3March. American Magazine.
vania Cavalry. under command of Col. Samuel Hopkins Adama relates the
Wyncoop and whop" r.gimont partic- MISS TUCKER'S MEETING' adventures of a somnamblist. It is
ioated in the raid mad. by General / the true story of a man with whom
Wilson through G< ortint and in the T i&bl, reading given by Miss! Mr. Adams roomed while in college.
capture of Jefferson Davis. Captate Ril cer,' F-The Tongue." was one of It is doubtful whether a more extra-
Keith and his wife have' romn In nhe great power. As she quoted passages ordinary case of this klnd' was ever
Toffaletti building. north Magnolia of scripture to illustrate the diggtng, recorded *
*tree.t and will reinmain a month with the smiting, the piercing, the stirring. In the same number Ida M. Tarbell,
us. Captain Keith said our Charley j the lying tongue, we could but feel the writing under the tit Where Every
Marshall was a soldier in his company. deadly Influence, of the tongue that JI Penny Counts," shows how the tarif
not consecrated to God and to bhi ser- operates to increase the cost of livag.
Douglass Hopkins. a soldl'ir from the vice. Irving Bichelier presents a mass of
forts at Pensacola. passed through "Obedience." and "Surrender." were new and lateresting facts about COok-
Ocala ,, yesterday on his way to Uma- the subjects presented In yesterday modore Vandeirbilt ddwin Lfevre
tilla on a thirty days- I-avre of ab- morning and even g and writes a lAhaLulaiwy- conv*natmul
sence. He Is the. son of Mrs. Hattie, those present were Ipre s not only about Roosevelt, in which a railroad
Hopkins. nee Keep. formerly of Board- by the promises fr word. but magnate, a great nerve apeciaimg and
man. Marion county. by Miss Tucker's lu exper- a famous novelist give their Ideas of
lence, with the beauty 6x of a the man.
Attorney R. A. Burford of Ocala. life h holly given up to God. George Pitch, the. new humorist.
who witnessed the arrival of the Miss Tucker. in company with Rev. writes on Taft. William Allen White
battleship fleet at Hampton Roads on and Mrs. Barnett visited the high continues his series. Igraham Lov-
its return from Its around the world school this morning and went to each ell proceeds with his serial story. Oth-
tour and on which hila son Is an en- room, gaining access to the whole er story writers are: Mrs. I& H. Har-
sign. has written hil family, that it ,student body. and gave them a message ris, James C. Connolly, Octavia Rob-
was the grandest 'vent :nd most im- from God's word. erts and James Oppenhelm.
posing sight he had ever sowen. The children and young people of "The Interpreter's House" and "The
Today are the hope of tomorrow and Pilgrim's Scrip" are full of good read-
Mr. J. R. Williams. who some time; Mits' Tucker feels that if she can ing.
since became the owner of the "Man- reach these young lives and win them
sion." at Citra. th" former home of J. i for Christ there will be little to fear I
A. Harris. which he now occupies and all to rejoice in from the man- *
with his family. was a biisiness caller hood and womanhood in the future.
in town yesterday. Since Mr. Will- In the service this morning God's
lams became the owner #of the "Man- pre nce was manifest, quite a large .
sinn" he has put it in splendid' condi- number testifying to the spiritual
tion. which was done inder the super- strength and blessing they had re-
vision of Mr. Gabe McRae. with Mclver ceived during the meeting.
& MacKay. Mr. Williams is also very Miss Tucker gave a most encourag-.
largely Interested in orange grove I in and helpful message on the "Fear
property in and artmmd Gitra.. W b ots'; .* t old's word. showing that
Citrus C('ty of Marrion is fo,'tunate i;h TWith ft our side we need have-no CHILDREN'S EYES
securing the citize-iship of so excellent fear in doing his work and obeying
a man as Mr. Williams and his Inter- his commands. If your child is backward" in his
sting family. The.girls' zneeting was well attended studies-does not like to study, or has
--- last evennl and all are urged to be symptoms of headache, you will prob-
A. C Lone. ono- of the industrious! present at 7 o'clock this evening, when ably find that tiere is some little ,
truckers and farmers of Anthony. was' M3ss Saewell will have charge of the erouble. i ,
in town this morning paying his taxes. .t thg.t-- There may be no outward signs of
He was accompanied by Mr. C. W. a defect, yet the eyes should be ex-
Turner, ex-county commissioner, who 1 JUDGE MILTON F. HOOD aimined to make sure there is no fault
brought in a load of egZs for which in them.
he found a ready The following notice is taken from WE GIVE SPECIAL CARE TO
the Columbus. (Ga.) Ledger: CHILDREN'S EYES
Mrs. M. J. Ansl-y. who returned to "The election of Col. M. F. Hood to DR. D. M. BONEY,
Brooksville yesterday afterfioon with fill the vacancy in the office of notary
her daughter. Mrs. Sanford Jewett. iibltc atid ex-officlo justice of the y ht Specialit
had the misfortune to lose her hand- peace, caused by the resignation ofI csia Pa.
bag in the car. containing her eoq~ Mr. HowelliHollis in the 73 ditrlct. Ie I Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m!. sad
watch and pocketbook. Fortunately. naturaly very gratifying to the many 1:30 to 4:"1 p. m. Optical office and
the property fell into good hands and friends of that gentleman, Who are laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block
Mr. Frank Huber. the ucala A. C. L. aware of. his- qualifications for the of-
a4ent, received a dilpatch from Iesi- fice. ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
burgy saying the property was safe. It flcee. Judge Hood is an alumi of Vir-
was a very fortunate terminus of an glina Milliary Institute. and took a Several comfortable rooms arranged
unfortunate happening law course at the University of VIr- for housekeeping, third floor Star
-I tinia. He was admitted to the bar at building. Apply at Star office.
The Star had ; pleasant call this' Hamilton and practiced law there for
morning from Mr. Charl,-s Luclus. of several years when he was compelled WEATHER FORECAST
the Levon section, who said that to move to 1lorlda for his health. Washington. Feb. 26.--Fir. warmer
while the frost wna visible. ht, did not while in Florida he engaged in the tonight and Saturday.
think it Injured anything. Mr. Lu(ius practice of his profession, and also -
has fifty acres idi melons that are just held the office of magistrate at Ocala PILES CURED IN I TO 14 DAYS
pushing up the earth and that the cold for a number of years.* His health Im-O OINT NTs guaranteed to
did not injure thn.m Mr. Lucius. proved so much that he moved back PAZO OINTMNT I guaranteed t
speaking of his aged parents' phye- to Georgia. and has since resided in cure any case of Itching. Blind. Bleed-
ical condition. notwithstanding both Columbus. where he Is honored and ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days
are in their 81sat year. can get around esteemed by all who know him. He It or money refunded. S0c._
the house fairly well and are in ex- a gentleman of scholarly attainments -
cellent spirits and enjoying good and of unquestioned Intergrity, and he
health for their years. This estima- will no doubt fill the office with honor U IS,,
ble couple have a host of f tends over to the state and credit to himself." h AhI
southern Marion that will bhe many Ocala friends are pleased PIF 5 n Al /L I
to hear from them through the Star. to know of this excellent gentleman's
-': V r o -- t-- promotion in the esteem and confi- TO Introduce
SThe Varity Store has outdone it- dence of the people among whom he
self in the display of lace and Batten- lives. Mr. Hood is the son of the late
burg work in its show windows. The Dr. H. C. Hood, of S9 th Lake Weir.
display was made by the salesladies and a brother of Mr. B. C. Hood. of PIAm U' LIWE
of the store. superintended by the Oxford, s s w -


Have y m aegleced y.o r hmsa'
HaE you s'ewftsS yew inmw
kloey and Masr ae y" -aM
to lo, idf tadk. ga. s and &
Gene' HTw 'yu a Saby appaar-
of theUmc ,sbl ""I the l
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W. I At' a d wife seompaied
by Mr. A bas fatter aad amgr d a
Chatt*o eaVwbo ha ve bees here and
Ia the sto t or aentem amoths as
aeeotnt at seck botr. heolag to re-
store its hith, left with the attf
Morpe s for their emase to Tea-
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The latest arrivi l at the idk- .
Lakeside are & I, ab. bas. Go.; gC LY. .bli,
A. Johnseo, N. C.; Mr. ad Mrs. '. .L-
V. Faster. Chneso, adeor mCity s ,.-.-
Crane, MisS Ruth obtstr. CImcego; the u mm ..
George A. Paint Beston.. bers -t et t-
Mtins Tile Pasterm, of Stant Ss b' hhi At l al. Sh '
returned after a very pleasant Vit p"-ted t,- .hmug ., "&.
with relatives In Oeass. a 3W swA ', a
Mr. Ernest Lytle, l taa w"m,. Mr. J. j .
a cancer in South We el tt e Is :.
had boss em
The ladles of Sasth la-ke Wer witl -O L mber h
give an entertaemet aa0 spper at 3.*Ad 5 N .
the Souath Late Weir hthuh m tr.I 4thlha- & M '....
eveosag of March 4th. .
Mr. S. M. WUey was in Dade City P After Mkr a.
an afrnn r ridee9w the oa trk gea wa a
Mr. Bartlett recently came In from bo0t theraPaked ts Ik -in '
an afternoon on the lake with a f*e House, where they O
string of 24 bess. dinner and drove m lato lt .,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. .-.tohway. afternoon. l AleI a vWn*
of Philadelphia. and Mr. ad ,Mm. sa t m
H. V. Foster. nrse atd chiM, at Chi" A. ARetst ste 'il --)
cago, left Wednesday fr their north- lants0 t* vis*t WAi ith 'wMI'I 4 .'
am homes.-' During tletay a#the I" aft*aU0vt t bof' .
Lakmaide they h-AaukSa a.1 ....
miadSs wh' igrettthisldepartarae. S for her heom s Tit aly. .
*am en*0yl' t" Slghtrr sla- -'.---- <"

ampls. "sWr. . er, w d ,ab bes .
re ied here
L a Mr H. St -iJea'se ftWme. -I
Himm4 KmUll I IMI 'wm~rt, aiasi Btotr-day .* Rw-.i .-- ..'
an otb parts h fe ,no
ptbsp'r MGv e* ..Itm f a bn e" .*-". ?,.

and Mrs. a. a w4: h S.
largee -pt "p W t -- -eere itb e -her-A. CI ."
Mm d. W 7 ^Aof v.ol .torlwm.|" 191.

Mrs. a. WUeroo in V Ida in e a p
*r. ". a au .n. t e
Uttle ArboKi cwhitie Is quiKtis .Mthe M II_ 5.
with fever. Dr. ger Is the at- A
tending physician. We hope he wio. wov, emheaanT "
soon be nbnniuigraroundyagaein
sent hliere tr the past three years, Is
of O a vacation. Be has bee to ix Niftghts "GO As Yeo PI raws
Tampa enjoying the fair and nla Jack- -
sonvflle to see the exposition, but is How many tiat fathers sad mse-
now in Orlando. ers Imn this tow taer this a ram li Uty
Mr. C. A. Perry, of Alabama, lis nighy eiarrybasg 4 biby? Ad thf -
agent while Mr. Ricketes is away. der what 'the matter is. CJb&se asM -
Mrs. Charles Lyea went to the ChUlM s -WAar w ,
Tompm last Saturday to visit her mso all O lts foad. Moat.em have 1' -ti
husband and seM and returaed TuWes- 5 youS a5d-t. WMft Cr am-
^. Vi e wirl pet"u ist Of t&. Wam mi
Mr. and MrBs. Berry Brach mw t to 80 1as" .-
Tampa asI", week, to. tas.m he Sa. fbr. aIs V Vr b
Mms. Mat" ta.1 thef vM Ua' her. .

the -pat -:410 yomodky ftr Mr. W1 1"aj

Mr. Dwa, Of South Cka ollaaa
MUr. AlleanMoodybhi btw 0lSon-'
Mr. and- Mrs. Ftaci --ugusim,
went to Pedro lat BSaturddy to se b* i r m
their se. Mrs.f Pey. whoei tW ery

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To See Us ^- -
For Values in d i6...........

PiIY orir C2tert of11 Peormm. Il sR, 1
6 rowm diOa U e Cn Ar.s.t 411. .

,THIr Jack m.T. or .a ... ... "... a sw- e.

DRAWN WORK "'--'- --- weeMtr- s-,E-"
tMr. H arf ol b a, r a ..w a I d w to thedsos

you Lose. W e m ake a Specialty Cofh. .D. Va th BOf e t., at f -h ,
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r. ,, oles .otwiuly Ie V I U 4 Mrs. ,W.:.: .|.-.

"Specials so see our Window D- e ia c -- -
DousAe K tParore ustinetdt.tas a

play which speaks louder than pr e., .er....s ,ra
wo irds "0 "tr "' c.--"wo

Thc Varicty -gz;- -^ h e b kh
we have heaat eit slt wn be pre t .th r notab ly s los XeLr i

Str pretty wash goods. Rhenar be required, by their certIled hter t. ce;arl l. .. ',t.'aK
_____e___ ComPpey. for $12.0o0. Among thoae who mayr I n lford'a dt.., the i ..ilr. ;. :..
-AN WK -Fodenter a bid from Octla we have heard t lane sh i.tagmO .gallbe.-
Mr. and .. IoKfirt, Mr. H. mentioned the names of Mayor John lg and those prMe partsh t l
SKNIGHTS OF nflTHIAS STENOGRAPHER M. and Mis I ftt-Klrt of Reading. D. Robertson, Mr. R. 8. Hall and Mr which eooactios waebr ir b
AND TYPEWRITER pa. pt gsts t~ ala E. P. Rents-. The E. A. Rawls Co.. of DuraL Mrs. 'B. W. Ngw the
,' -- --- Jacovfltfe, the present levees, will, vilsting her *Wtefrp .g l:o
SConventions held, very Mon- Miss Wagnon, a first-class Bteoutiu- B nl ik pattern for walats e S tcMonter t b l. and is crttairy ier M .r 5tagg
dai evening in C'aitl. Hall. over Pey- rh'r and typewriter, has opened*an and suits at gt tly reduced prices at *HOOLIN AT Tf ..*t hehenrt b tlbe. N
ser tr E. A erlsi welcome to i Houjse lobby. formerly Oeat'lete by ARMOY THIS EVENIlN hees was paed b1 tbi'g i
tlzi km ihtM 8inv H.allai..(. C. the A. C. L. ticket agency, and will A. H. flled, representing a big atove --- e of the p b - ..". ; **-...
'. h Se,e. R. d. do stenographing and typewriting for mn uftaturig hse at Memphis, was The tickets for "Hool lgau" have uod .- The o@raol we *e l to be h .*. r ..
OYSTERS AT ELK CAFE the public., in town today laterviewIng the trade, well, but there are a few goo seats membered by thom who pati li p a" .,-b
t left, and it behooveth yeou o secure in the delghtftly mitl. liM ::. -. ..'
Fpul' frr .................... 40,. BEAUTIFUL LACES Neuya and IA Luserne. two new yours immedIately. According to those. the afternoon '-.
Half fry ..................25. AND EMBROIDERIES perfumes at the Postoffce Drag- who have seen thi company, ts p. ,
Milk Stw................- o. formance is a rassie dassle of NEW SPRING DR-S 006s B"
Plain Steew 30c. W have one of the most beautiful all the .ay through. Go ad see It I. with JustI"* epda that a -
Dozen raw. .... 2ce. stocks of new embrolderies, laces and D. W. Tompklns, the lIveryman, is "HoolIgan" tonight, it will rest you for point to ottr new-stoek of apuig b ;,
Half-dozen raw .l............ 5c. Insertlnnos ever brought to Florida. decorattang his house on Oklawaha Saturday's work. goods jut pceed An- Aa', ,.-. ,_-,'-;.,
The ladies are requested to call at the avenue with a coat of paint TIork market. Th ~ tdas .. .
At any hour from .' n. m, to I m store W and look them over. Rheinauer HOULL FINE TaH CITY aboth daete iu. .'
C.every d ne.r detot p t & company. Beautifl lace rtaa. shades, ruags The ne otf $10 placed on a man In are the most le i-ttl ih 1
C. pan ot mattla 1g the carpet depart- the mayar's court this amot for that we have ever ca*I & W "
C. R Kir. her, th, w..,ler. 10 Vir- NOTICE TO CHECK HOLDERS ment, seed fleor. Rhelnamer & Co. obstruct ng the streets remind uas that diaDy uavife t:e la4l.,* e4e
lnla ave. Indianapolis. In].. writes: --- the clty Itef tes obstreating the let ua s u th -B .*
"I was so .ak frm kid'y trouble Not ice i. hereby given that all per- Nenya at La Laserne. two new streets and violatItg thi s oru aer & .: .
that I could hardly walk a hundred sons holding the aluminum checks Is- perfumes at the Postofrfe Drug- every 'day. There is a big electric,
eet. Fur bttle f y' Kdny u by our company.a n ed to Mor e.light pole In the twt In frot f H Mr. Clarene J. Stai ad 4M. : iM
Remedy cleared mty ,mil.xion, curdel present same at our ome. ob or be- W. Tucker's office andI has been there Weir Pa and Mr. lr.^ .. """
my backache andt the *irr jlaiiq for MarcJ 4tkueh redeemed. Mr. Fltspatrick. the veteran from the for a l-an tiep. AsIthe stnabdas Mr- peaie opetor at heAtl pg. *, -
disappeared.y anrld Iy c.no7 to d tod ff t bl. paylg" oR tnsty It Oatrs, t was town today sshop rowb the rdesitore have to.itl their in to wn yectesy. We wedlio t
business every day.. nil r,.nnmmsnrd .ll1 be wuId after i3 ite. P"a. bu I les a n mear teams. ,pasrn thlatMr.. ttth. witb wh a, .
- Foley's Kidney Re.mdyv to all .suffer- The McDowell Crate & Lumber Co. the pole Is in the w uad ydlsero. m!ek wa1 w eae ,lio lt mew l" "l-"
e.ra as It eur,,d mn. after the' doctors Oak. Fla.. Feb. 2 ., .119. ., Get a *ss or waist patten r m qt .1 the city-. aI and too a big high road ,e q.veru,
and other romdi,.. had failed." Sold those pry.ty sl1ks o0ered at mo swl ayllstntee la lyi'g1
by. all drai te : FRE FISH P ND OYSTERS the B. Masters Colan for 'a 1l the. The are .J. 'Tar, See
by ,l( .. FR- r OY-TER s a'm'@sly etwo caseb' we mow have l & ~bcaaie Isteiha ldm tie'. -. ..Io.."i
We have a lot of dr.,ss patterns and I I receive every day from Crystal ya see the new visible Mr. mind. mut there are others about the He will retu r home tom r "
remnants in hanldsimi, silks that will riverr choice oysters, both Inside and 8hoaes typewriter? R. C. Daiyts & .o city. They should he looked into and Mr. E. C. Smith will makit__,__ihe_ ____.. ______
be sold at great' reluctions from the. Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water fiah .Resr.l rnts. remedied. trip to the Gulf City of, the I J
original ipriTesO F. .. M.atra Co. nd mullet. I can give you the best M .' oo after his bpin ess ta f
.- ___.- --- in fish any oysters, fresh and prpmIpt- 'Mr. ard Mrs. L. L. Akit went down e pweria of par a d two r'-aks IH i
OUTLOOK FOR FARMEPS ly delivered. Phone 21 eity market; to Lleland this afternoon to vist f envloaws, very best grade, to"r lenry Ltvwngmto aMd able. T" e
IN MARION COUNTY second stall on the ltt. 1.2-tt their daughter. 'ents at Tydlnwm & Co. went tshuntIng yesterday am Mu. ~" t1g
Mnh.teoprllAs nTtleKse". wil.vtstin g.d returned las t e.en &
Th.rer. --- ii ,st th ia sowl As T UC Kr-. The tadlea should see the aprralhor The Swpringaeld, Ohio. Times gs e. h quala bd mm. dev 1
furious therrponents n orila t he perte hoed In aslka. many lftoereft pat- .ghavsr ta smoric t pTblnSatobe- 3
fulningh the Nw tork Ila!.oer the;i IMPORTED roS PATTERN terns, at the H. B. Masters roC. : oaw. Ii abeuet belehes tr. eoe Petteway oN uteae ae g
following int.rsti,^ n* wa rgardlnff ^ ^ pwaph | aa aen tt 47a in town tobs. sue
crops. etc. The ladies of Ocala rge corially In Mr. WaMrol. an ladustrods farmer b of ttyRe toa r ha t i R
Mare..-ifntoRs. atted to call .tCR.elamier t Coae. dry wi A.He P.em, was n tgwne toda sese their won tn.abs tovtiso dthtpe
There are atint t o goods store a e beautiful im- with a supgly of eggs. ,. w n bu i st oth Sa A
50 areas in potat-tot, whic h i. about ported dress patterns that have ust P m m iasT- at- a 'she vesoe cet. eO *
the same as last .EAr's Aereage: .15 |bIer receIVed, (he most beautEful antd edasI pneer tetnemhw Mr. and Mrs.aa g M a Fe dset P1
acres in onions: 100 (r~es in cabbage. exclusive goods ever brought to this We are thorughly prepared to handle an Harris, Jr., is thobe u fro his have spent their honeymtoon a i
abolt the. sam.. a. la..t year; 75 areas city. I. L "Tydlrs & Co. visit te l large eastern cities. are on their way
in tomatoes and 1.0 in water- 3 home and will arrive here t W
melons. P'otats .... ill I rnady for. SEPARATOR MitLK Miss Florre Condon, the successful Call to ay bee the prtety I.e O e
shipment from April 10 to May ., and. -D life Insurauce agent, has returned bIeuy imwportedoChm theat wei aste Mr. uraoak Weipmotro w ho bWane -sv'tjoiof 4ktf
wouhlt .stimat, thl. vili at a hbarrels The Hiawatha le e Dalry can fe her visit to the state air. Yo r Th eAta4~ .py Du with the Wisom Cyoress il
per an-re; cahtibar m reailv from now sundly you with sweet and sour sep- Palath for the pst fasa yest ,ik t ...lg"
until April il: yi l! probably 150 orator milk. Stop the wagon or drop We are sptwhiag the new spring aag s t w acatI 11 8 ra.
crates per acre: tomatoes readv from a card to the dairy. styles In belts, neckwear. gloves, hose. Mrs. W. M. McDie ort Kaetg vdttin ia s ftiaB itt Qribal. ''
Maiy 10 to Jaulv andl yi.n.l will be etc.' heater & Co. avenue has as her uests. Dr. and Mrs. was ho tow t -. ag i .
around 125 crates per acre: water- I ELECTRIC SMOOTHING IROW. Gore. of Ba i. mTre
melons ready Jinno 1 to .~)y-WV G. N. I--- bSpr*as,. p*s, reet from g the Mr. rinson arZ m it A
Levon. One of the grea e-t convenienf*** fsahgriea. Prices that surprise, at the R. C. lDvls & Co., of *aesomirvlu farmer and ora--I stte -
Would estim.ete< this season's acre- about the house Is one of those Amer- AlU-MWMOpoly D tora. handle k'typ ewiter ub Weir7ale. was a i
age at this point ;at 2i acres in to- iean Electric smoothing Iros. teeeatm each; ef .M pe& dsei. terday to tim ri e ~.. 'ot '
matoes. 222 nares in watermelon.. 10 o'd in a minute, an even ,aemeratuo'e, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Camp and Mr. -.. ;' S^S sl, -'SSo

acres in uantaloules. also a small never soiled or smoked. Get your wi, George Norney are taking In the Camp Arthur Wade, who spent several Mr. Louia . u. .. .4-.
acreage in 'K'gplan:T and peppers. mother or sister one of them TWO mines I the Dunnellon section. years In Honduras in the turpentine Florida Fruit and W TrAi.k
Relieve the.r- are more, melonn and sizes and pri es. Ask H. W. Tucker business, has returned home. other publicatl0os, ret'u.ed i.g g
cattaloupe.s than I hav,. -river.. The: to show them to you. Neuya and La Luzerne. two new afternoon from a week's aly bl -.
preparation of the land is good and perfumtes at the Postoffloe Drug- Neuya aid La Luserne, two 'new sonville and Tall hassee.
people are beginning to plant. but i PIANO TUNING store. perfumes at the Postofflee Drug-
the weather i v.rv dr.-J. Y. II. ... tore. Mr. L. M. Murray came In fo .
Evinston. Te n yeanr exerence.R Miss Lau Norwood. after attene- Alachua county today. 49 iV'e eti
There is at this .poirt this season any music teacher hin l the pleata y exercises at A tid daughter arrived at the home .
20 acre. in ,, as last year: 2t acres in cabbage. 29G. A. M. I-ansford, city l ptt at Dtyt Port Orangefr. lawha avnMtse i W s Hda ory l Or Lt. The httlad been vislti her Mi t, M.e. W. .
about the '.ame, as yo:,r 1.50 little lady is well m d happy and the Portr west toI 'Lady TI* is .1 t aftsd.' --
acres i, wat.ermeln.. ,h,, th ame l Hoarse cousha and stutly cof that Drset of ready made gar- a i grha her neo to ai he s.s,,S ._t-'.
as last .var. 2) i:n tant-loupes. may develop into pomemnlt over miits far .ate ors especnlyv at- wis thm pleased eher to Mhe-
compare-d ith 101 ) req< Iatt yfar; .0 night are quickly cured by Pes traction this season. Rhelnauer &
acres in cucumbers, about th!' same Honey and Tar, aat n ne I A. W. ate w o t e
as last year: 50 ocrtEs in lettuce and flamed membranes, -"ta lungs.m a Welve a mu s qt e e of A. W.- ate,.w b .
100 acres in beans. Potatoes wi:l be and expels the cold fi theS 5VW L I Mlss Rhoda Liddon. the hanrm ped chie a ytMehaeptAIdM
ready for slhipment about March i Sold by all drugglsts school 'mS'sn am r e down from her D." with friend W Oa setr s l, Aa..p
and wouid eostmatt, shipnient at 600) -- abool rt Martin today to q ped iun- today.
barrels: cabbage re,-ady from March 1 We carry the best Ini.' of toltet ar- day at ho e.
-to April 1. estimaf't'ed shipn;.nts 20..- ile'. e~ats. perfumees, etc., the Mr. F. M. Plank. owner and man
000 barr-Ils: watt rmelons re aIv June city Come In and be convinced. Tr- FOR SAL-S-God -aying a, I Ctr of Plancs nle, Is I s wartaa .a ut
1 to 30. estimated shipments T7 cars:; ings & Co. needs very small capital. Big bargaIn. ty a guest of te Oak stea $4
cantaloup,,s r.a.d!y June. to :3:. esti- Owner mbst sell at once, have other and w il be workb tthis territw for setallu* f fm a i1 "
mated shipruents leo., cr..t.s: let- An opportunity to secure a pretty interaeta. Write C. W. D. Kaiser Ho- a. wee. Mr. Plank is a ocital gentle- 9 gat bad co Oah '
tuce ready now and during March. silk dress or waist pattern for a very tel. Ocala. Fla. 2-24-2t man much r liked ere and m te- squander it. is pronounced a WWlrpt -I.
estimated shipnlmnts 10.',0o crates: little- money is offered In the bargain ture a mnaet relable remedy. ihersig alloway. He is"'-A
beans ready from April 1-> to May 15,. salt of silks at the H. B. Masters Co. Odd Fellows Heights Lot sale be- Just rteeae.v.g trom a severe ease of n ever passed ihrmog W .
estimated shi.nime'r.t. a10.0" SL Ney and La Luserne. two new dinner on ground. Band starts from glass of soda watr. while in amps A marriage ieo se was
-- perfumes at -the Postofflce Drugl- ousrthmse quare. P lot give week ago Ms. P k says for two terday to Van Perry
TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS store. awaV to the holder of the lucky ticket. iys h is editi was most critlal y McGlahat f the P eo... .
I will be at the' flowr aces d Fellows Heights lot sale be- Phy a -------n resarptaons. f aily re-7.7.
I eton O Saturday afternoon at 1:30. Free 8lp. AMlordes ftr modleles Ailed
time speciflel t, r"ceiv- tax returns .:;,,er on ground. and starts from
No. February e'-,ir'rouse square. Free lot given A ,Meal ae Iat tq0e tl .i o 2e
N. eruary ay tt the ,holder of the. lcky tlt Ychemcals P1e* 8Davis & Co.'sI
12. Churchill. 25th. p. m. can tM at this aGce-ebth guar-
27. Eureka 2 M1. Daisy. 26th, p. m. lady tenorapber: reference fuar .
13. Fort McCoy, 27th. a. m. nshed.; familiar with law sadl coi- Not long age o of Hamp Chamb-
March merclal work, Address. Stenocraphe.M R BT 4 am e % n to Box 211 Ocala. 2-10-tt rWEUEW O WU 0 utm l we -m %ais roerd too newr E T UR H.IN ,


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Malt Qdquarte-redoz*h Y :lii t d &bea ut
cok~rm. F~mbo@9dcot' 'rie,-t. landtoule I a
aa04very Strosgq b A Rt. IctAll t tCie or-
butan WmnC~zCut nreavraln~.cturinic f.j
sell i tto you fnfIU S.Yi11,.: o wG YOU w! it Y<
by hupnd1rrq ramt1 fc to,:tur tatAm.-.Les n
ym at l1we vwboiImlepr which riec.n
I,.)you of at knoutit th ird ou eye ry chalk r you bu
afford nct to mad for o'.r f.-ee i~lastrate-d cataIq
an-itake c4vantagec.i t~e ~b avingb? ;.
(Wet 2m different klmla of cliairt for park
room, kitceu.a porthb. iaA. q t-r. office. from tb
to tVIC oesbow" in heLAW 3dUmiU -Af
ffmaraiteeszcdy as rctm-sen -;or your mc
nm11m. own- am "Dw
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If vlvesctlo in a alem
rd ee to make t a f
About a tidy that I knew
Who seems to be a saint.
To am her you woul Mvr eW s
She tPr es" asmh a Lrt
But boe guilty. I abealM know.
She'tr hol t nmy karLt.
What paskhmeat deme shae der e
WO.O, I eu aMh adly*.
I wouldn't be to aM" so
Her eamalsh It aet
A ftee weouM Mrbl eo the thta,
7Pr I am wel awar
a i needs hte money asi has not
A ingle tent to part.
Sometime I think that la er case
No maer should te bhew;
That she should Mn restrai t be phao
And to the law atone.
Then for a moment I relent
Aad feel somewhat incned
To let her off that shb may have
A chance to ebange her aio&
Seftlmt, jimat 7".0 M.
It w m tdo to Jst a e
LUe tiat suot i pia,.
If I T idn only bav my way
I'd e tamnse he r te fo
To let me buy her food a clothes-
In short, to be my wtts.
Not For Kmk.
"Do yer favotr am Iltee tax by the
were It?
"Not on your Uf."


To use medicnes c~of~

in rg I sf0 ci &Iy pigsb& iAy

p d~k ofthe-n o

p its mIs M arlm Te ft am raid he grI t-sk
an h. mrvPAsssofg : ,.I-j:.

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We have apa 1und duire to OUAvoi d5reto d.t...hin...
~etn -dadai~aisom.We hnsjhu,
odatr.' Nice. Favyhew rih ~b
infficted .ofhegdo r AmIN rdwhaf
bound a kch se d gAm wh eu~d
ailments and n 0tFm aotm pWhich y vm hshr~ar
in~k. them haitae to- a* eme the fml ~yc~abets, w id ~-~tb
4Jdhm ;WOrn'S Dni MRUinia~ ..lMn*
'77 t 4 "k

"Beeaw e my Ione is almeey. --
%zed to th attmnta h y wtme.. ~m "
Was a SVMoWrer. L 0. O. P.' i este. vry teby me&e-
"Do you Wppos S ta Cm saer- lg In Yeare's HalL VistaIg btU
Stands e rreeh always wemfe. ..
"I preMuMe s." "W. C. Bltehu, I -L
'Then I wtb be- would read the M* N ittle cet
Paris paperf"
"What torr O?"
"To get some i odern Idess on mck-

Conoe" 1=in. Chrisa- Presents. f1 11 l' i

'^ n advantage n7mO 1 4
book, slyly coa- -m h-2
cal three pairs
of his Christmas Meets every Wednesday even e at
4llfc^ n Int 8:15 o'clock Visiting brethie. al-
( B yrpin ntlsn, ^ways welcome.
t. ". wben be .*" F. W. Ditto, President.
can earn a re W. C. Moore., ecretary.
station for
Stboughtfulness F. A L
by making three.
of his brothers^ Marios-Dunn lodge
f down country Not1. U, m I in the
happy by be- a' tempe:on the ast
stowing a pair nd rd Thrteday renegs of eb
ge Upon each. month. Visiting brothers cordially
Invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M.
A PrMnium. W. V. Wheeler. ecretary.,
"Where did Minnie get her new huo- OCAL CHAPTER NO. A. .
"Picked him up in town." Regular couvocationo at -the OealA
HwdidsdomansetT Chapter No. 1,. I. A. M., on the 4th
"How d se Ila a .m iFriday in every month at 8 p. f.
"Looks to me like one sbe might N.- L Gottlieb, H. P.
have got with trading stamps." Jake Brown, secretary.
-Oisilluieleam d. Two post cards 2 i. Mll's Studio.
And now a cynical eaee to- sa
That Cleopatra was a jay.
And that she made her anelent mash
Becamee she, had somn ready cash.
Mark Antony, 'twas not her smile
That made you disregard expenses.
You have been guilty all this while
Of false pretenses.
Wis s Hestler.
-BPI ts eternally brushing off the

horses when there Is nothing else to
do. He is a model of nadastry."
"Trfying to curry favor with the

It isn't so driM rd to restrain
your tp. you are deed sure that
Iang it will cost you your job.
One reason why some people never
talk sndal t beease they never
know any.
Probably mosey talks, but somehow
It must have a small audience, for the
majority of us never bear itL

Cultivate your patience; you wU
need it to bear, you up whUle he is
narratag the story of his latest
To ecan buy some people. but you
have. to keep other on a salary In or-
der to get any action on your money.
Cutttag the acquaintance of the In-
evitable may relieve oae's feelings, but

We have jmst reetwed rm the
markets. TWO CAP'OAIKP of Mia
beet aB purpose horses and. maa
that we have had to offer r patr
for a long time. These two &mload
embrace fain. turpeatine amt d ber
mules: tsrm horaea, saddle hiram at
driving house; both stagftle and in
pairs. The animals anr arm retake
and we ftlly guarantee them, We are
always here t, make good oe anx-
thing we seU you and ae prepared to
sell you as cheap as any one In the
eeuntry. Come in eadry and make
your elections.


AR aiarefuI

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ws doe to a Ufdlier, should

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emo Glm~d poem tho Y~mqdwA'

mso has the impi 'Wbi Pool*
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Pesea t 4y AM* hwaf bt 6 Wshl-

the mk Moe yeaw em&46w V. A
5.3 3,k iftflibio
to thfoPlft d~t ~

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b rthei any1 Q U7-lmbUI 0r

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that be willcealaffly on" -.a,
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