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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 27, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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: VID03102
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Volume 14, No. 234.




Rooms 9, 10 and i i,
Second Floor, Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon
Hwe Over Cmerdal tadi
Phone 211
Office Houra-8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 6 p. m

Charles 0. Hulbert. M. D.

am Swrgem

Office Second Floor The Munroe mand
Chamblil Bank Building. Ocala,
Telephones: Office, 2.'2: Residence. 221
Office Hours
9-12 a. m.. 2-4 p. m. 7:30-820 n m.



Plans furnished
on application.

Oala. Fa.



Opens into the lobby of the
Ocala H11ouwe.

Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. trictlv sinitarv. Elec-
tric fans. electric massages.
e huRalng Water at all Time


Udertakers and Embalmers
Undmi akers

FI Caskets and Burial Reb
Al Work Done by Licensed Em
.olmers and Fully Guaranteed.



City horse. boarded by the month.
or boarded and cared for If desired
Herosle td also by day or meal.
Horaes and all domestic animals
treated. Thoroughly &quipped for
performing any operation.
Scientific horeahoeing done.

Day PhO n sM Night Pha*n 1o


A Story of Lo e and AdAveture o the
Little Kmewn Cem t of $*mth-
westb Amr

(By LoW Tracy.)

It. (CHRIISTOBAL hrough't somte
additional details to the din
ner table. He wan not tho
ahlp's doctor. The Kansas.
bnllt for freight rather than )weii-
grs. did not c-arry a surgonc,.u her
roll. Dr. Chrsltobals presence was
t!ue to Mr. ring's olk-itude l I
da deughtera R. It chanced that WP
courtly and gray baked aniahb pby-
sklan bad rlnqubished his practice i
Chile and was about to pay a long
promised rb tr to a mared daughter
In Barcelona. FrIepdshI. pnot unaided
by a good fee. Induced bhe to travel
by the Kansas.
He had been called od to atted Mr.
Boyle and the wounded Chleas. and
he reported now that the chief once's
Injury was trifling. but the Chilean's
wound might IncapacItate hia during
the remainder of the voyage.
,"o far a I ca gather" hee sid,
"Mir. Boyle had a narrow escape. Cap-
tain Courtenay fred as kth e fefell:
otberw ise our first mate would hae
attended histo own funal this eve-
*eWhat was the came of the affair?"
isbel asked.
"The man Is not one of the ahlp*'
crew. I understand. Es namine Is
Iraeunelo, and It appears that he was
enaged to place some banker coal
aboard early this morning. He says
that be was drugged and hi. dothei
stolen, that he came ameoff to the shlp at
a late hour and that some one flung
Li: headlong into a hold Which. Inuc-
ily for him. was nearly full of cottoen
bales. He was tunmed by the fall
and were It not for Captain Court*-
nfy's custom of having all hatched
taken off and and a tbonjui examination
of the cargo made before the holds
are finally Imttened down for the roy-
age Frascuelo might now be in a tight
pinee In more than oe sense."
Dr. Christobal was proud of bhbs
diomatic English. e poe te spoke the la
gutage with the careless freedom of a
-"Frwscuelo to have passed an
eventful uTy.*' said the Iit? F'rench
count who had been waltine anxious-
ly for n chance to Join in the conversa-
"But why should he want to kid
poor Mr. Boyler" Inquired Ivobel after
giving the renchman an enouragirtng
glanoe. Incidentally she smiled at El-
sie. "Why puisle, owe's lraiuis over
foreign tongue. when all the world
speaks ngmishlo' b. telegraphed.
"Mr. Boyle tI a peculiar person."
said the doctor dryly. "1 happen to
have known him during seoe years.
You and I might regarn* him as a man
uf few words, t bute has acquired a/
wonderful vocabulary for the benefit
of sailor men. I believe he can swear
in every known lingo, Ills accom-
plishment In that direction no doubt
annoyed Frascuelo. who became fran
tic when he heard that the ship would
not call at any 8outhr American port.
I margin toe, to that the unfortunate
fellow Is st t suffering from the drug
which, he says, was administered to
him. Anyhow, you know bow the af-
fair terminate"
"L. for one. think aome eorideration
might havi been hown him." said
"Thmre Is no time for argument when
a Chilean draws a knife. Mts Max-
"But If bhi story is es W -
"There never yet was a stowaway
who did not lavent a plaislble yar.
Nevertheless I believe, and Mr. Boyle
agrees with me. that the man Is not
They felt the ship swing around On
a new course, and the rays W the set-
ting sun lit up thi saoin table through
the open starboam orts.
Chrltobal cheerily. "We hare rounded
('ape Cardonee We practically follow
the seventy-sfxth degree until we ap
proach Evangelintas island. Thus far
we are In the open sea. Then we pick
our way through the strit discovered
by that daring Portegume. PIrnando
de Mlr*n)' e-_ If I am met m.rotaete."
he added, glmudug through the pert
wIndows. "we shall all have our tam-
baa tested before twelty-for hours
have paseM."
Heads were turned and necks craned

to see what had induced this unexpect-
ed prophecy. Behibd the distant coast
line the lIaer giants of the Andes
threw heavenward thetr rugged out-
lbaea, with many peak and glacier
gliting nl vivid colors against a sky
loo dear and blue that they seemed
strangely near.
"es, this wonderful atmosphere of
ours is eme.bantn" miid then Me

wauerg. to the M o aid M of
the s lolm-
Doym muRl Tou are thefme-
fta at ibo am the roeln deep& mur-
mum& kd de PoiwnUtlt coafidetially.
hn dMa set 4mvor to iAterpret a
epaplus elama, though he seemed
to em lma tan he aid.L
-at m b At homw ato as ya
are ton My Y aM ," s replied, and
she turnd to DrL Cbrietobal, wham
*bshe had already km ashftty la
Amre you tcssng o deckT' she ia-
quhed. 1 amn a yo are a mae ft
I ezrt me of the ore whUe the land
i atl Vaisble. It is already assumonm
the sembipee of a dream."
"'ou ae t aytg a last farewell
to Valgai^I.I I boe." -aid ber elderly
compadm aas they quitted the aalon.
"1 thak a I have so ties there
*mr Ib" f amn L I slln awt

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totUh .MWl--r f....i.... 1
Tmstwasa nom wila J ltm
r the e et o le tte pw a

sAm bl a tuf n be twoom" a rst
even thf t 0W tue Bthe 4do fet
the mp"et ao the sabt ale. taber
-r. rwt. atrD t6 e6l a twe
bd to be a uma4f S mam& only tIe: W ta.ft- tat
as scoo as the ree aiw gg' H I-
tof Desmelaton tWead tae giat ave
of the Pacifie would lo their power
and all o* board would eejey a quiet
night's fet
There were so absentee at the table.
Dr. Crtoba l satrov to enUven the
others with -the promal of pom as
many hours had p ,d.


wave ped awa at:
The half esh tw

IIoII am al w scame 4ime 1he erft the sIO a w fth bsaed-tet hbss 's B
-t ,-- -. -..- _,r=.- _
T" was a lttis catch Itnher Tvolee. wle the -

alth m =onthe amstshy pcres at, ,u ae ".
s wish. 7hs einA i-. be %a*
her sadtboughts. now. LoBrathertha* Pm.t f t ws
" know yw father." he said gem- ideaee, whi plteM11e- r1. wgulhMI)- where with. T vr bl3 4
iy. "He was a mot admirable ma. terway. Think what tt I old.-WM-*s ag&,5la
hat odl UMite 11 to a* esvircomest were' we conpemed t weatbe6 t nary ^tu111 11011
aI a ww cumtry, where the dollar cape."
4 sagd st uftalade tdolly at thatH e A 1eM a sm- sprate thaetOK cameo ask U-met A
w ttmad h0h I N t .smmto wip meb a g ~ Ue In a ew. v ,,
ftr. Iot yfo. MiMWlfl. dtrl abs uw sta e l-atsd at w. f arthe 1.
yw helsg oo rpan.shO a"d yOrWMr U h i l A hu.- t I'.k

"other acquiremets world soid e dome to a wi a ne' mr. e ri 4;..a s
tbe. H1. defeated as attempt made a"su We mf t, am*d91o
to 111t t ea baboi e la o then hD*o e e5461i,
The om pMto huear yos apked we to * nowoyr fldem ded .ila h.i.... .

wsell awae teat he wa soitreatme t a&Ict V Wdo -et Cap.Chritbai ge* i
in business. I fear. too, that his ads tarn Conumfty or e" BoreIV 11 S st ase w* '- 1s
focacy of theoo, as of the ndltiablvelaind n sa ea mllr. h l
brought hiy nto l dltar. Of all his ett "msot.-a It smhe -asi
ap S s the onltr the m a for a yw12W IEte, Z 9L ":
aeits a barre omt oud ntainwith a slice BI--I malw to "tas k Ai
es aeeof t a sl e in the o to 45 t* **ae thea mIntt d tlW teal, A Aa *d4l

trict- hi heart and ne hMi head dkl .,- The Arh-"I~plgiltyhe a-ekwi u
revemow of $20 per annum. 1L bt the duew lW*
"How Ia the world did be come to
taoland thererply. "May I ask e to idMmlT y Ve "' f

"It- me your a gft from the Naqullnture?" he and in a Te Bf- l a 1a 7
tribe. H defeated an attempt made oe We m ast ran t
to Well. wthe by a big land company.- p"De o tht1that< W*e ll. hn.s
The company has since asked we to r deaafid o b fg
fator pri, too, as the ultint iable aiud a p al'' '
An a very small tr but It would be A "aethe esp11 7al
almost ll betrayaing the cause for V E Anyway, webout c a't i ; '
which dee fought would irt. pt a "But-I "-to i K. '%
though his heart and not his bead dki- -The. American -" I ..a t l M P
tated the reply. "May I ask you to BUT *ITIr bet be knew area da.& abaosut.1.110"W
tell me your plans for the future?*l heoS Rl to A E and In a taite ,f as he aiMer
went on. the man in charge anotdat'bi
"Well. when Mr. Baring beard I -wa post to givte V fewatlo. thaW0 *r00 1.
going t Englan d ermly ton the gli- O ,ws, oa anxio d the o It.5 so a be o ti

That will Ill In two day a week. The fla UU about It after awhle. a b
rest I can devote to art. I paint a r / .* - -i l
little and draw with Pudiclent prom- (Continued Nest .**ur .
a Me to hearrat study. I am told. Any- .
how, I a lwealy of teachingte. I pre- Y R- aX'LS TWA A GLOWO VIcTOY

men of Valparaliso were thinking of to a egA mann's as
allow a gir havke you to h bstslip in P I Du Dr. Kln'a t
thi fashion t, wsaid" criedtobal with a lldoctor. --- .f the towl fr e*-"- C... fo P- r .
t"la. ofdety -'mi ,in-8g, h-iies"W e
MosThe t of tbee hold frly to the o- To introdO-e' the tu sa d 1111 bso E
lef that a wife's wedding drewsshould after soft
bea-ideo.g-tedgedr ." i lE ..F. ,,ea. I.. SW M
"Poor materIal-very poor material *fAd | sind l am ^ a rkj aga.
out of whi" to cotrct wedded hap- ap-W o .. ... .. r
pie.. And as to my young friend. m te TOr a t a
Isabel-a lsh a j hoe h a rnt InL dtond. W a
iTh als .et e preetparrenge nnt II25M | i ..
She moan to have a good time. espe-
elaly Inam e ets. I soldre erth to live . WE a seL L
onPartoself. Dear old smoke laden t
Londan does not appeal so thoroughnlyi .s 11 5

to the artist, Yoe da Ia cotempt--yes.r -W-e

tm of htI teorri impred theons: "The 6c h U ty w ti w owib. SOMiE ,
throwing out his arms expansively. 5k c. M I rtftdla. ataWsm w ua
The twreminds me good f friends as the oc the Wfo u, n d Maa bu,
vaybge progseasee. Chriatobal was boun i i rieas p tmaer bt. te ha Ismli .Re
exa edlf aw ell informed and dtteerlight- he d dPe*r l.m Bpo
ed a tou gh that ter liks e Bor li e. r- lMl
sohel. tteag at times of the coont. S t P

anM jIne n teir adnversentloy addrsed aIl l i
dply tha spasmodic Interest in the
topoe they discussed. There were cUI uea
only ftfelther asson" ro a Baptist 1 a.-| t.
misuloums and his wife- three sn reIad bp atm ga Rk

Be a*ced to notice that she was = diedrP and, :tl isac ld beith( etfi A- B
taffi no mi boewa ttoa i m o saenw 91.t b w-

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We note w" rB ee the th of
Mrs. T. H. HaWo&d witeofDr.
H. Hammond, a. rdyU. Shfch sad
event occurred last 3ay. She was
a most esuImelbe Chrisan womtal
pnd in the sad twea dfnt that has
come into the hOme* b life of Dr.
Hammond. tha mtr exteOds sympa-
thy. Rev. W. *. aDgsleT conducted
the funeral service.

Mr". W. D. itehle entertained a
dozen of her friends with a domino
party Thursday. Mrs. J. D. Robert-
son qnd Mr. John L Edwards proved
the best players. No prices were giv-
en. Delicious refreshments were
served. These who enjoyed the social
pleasures of the afternoon were Mrs.
E. M. Howard, Mrs. R. HI. Hall. Mrs
W. A. KAigh, Mrs. J. L. Edwards.
Mrs. 8. A. Standley. Mrs. John Robert-
son., Mrs. 0. G. Weton, Mis l Borger.
iss Turnley, Miss Mendeuhall, Miss
Stevens and Misses Jenie and Ruth

SThe' contest for the removal of the
courthouse site Is now fully on in
Summer county. A large meeting was
held last week In *uaterville, the
present county s1te, and nearly every
precinct In the county was repre-
swnted It was decided that two straw
primaries be held to decide the
strength of the places that will con-
test against Sumterville. while places
are Wildwood. Coleman, Bushnell
and Webster. The three first named
are on the line of the S. A. L. railroad.
while Webster Is on the A. C. L& rail-
road. Another meeting will be held
on Monday to make final arrange-
ments for the tlrst straw primary.

Application for seed corn from Dr. J.
C. Boozer continue t6 come In, namely,
Harry McCully, of Berlin Patts Isl-
and was also beard from In the per-
sons of the following boys: J. B., C.
E... R. B. and F R. Long and Robert
Haselip, son of J. J. HaRmllp. dlo the
following colored boys from the B'er-
lin section: Thomas Whittler. Guy D.
Jenkins, Robert Patterson. Joseph
Lloyd. Terry Seabrook. Ralph David,
Eddie Jones. Mooes Adams. John A.
Williams, Josiah Whittler, George
Adams and Jerry and Jefferson Da-

Mr. John T. Lewis, state Inspector
of convicts has returned from a hard
three weeks trip of Inspection through
South Florida. He encountered a
great deal of rain and took many long
cold drives. He went home this aft-
ernoon to spend Sunday with his fam-
fly. Mr. Iawls says the camps are all
running smoothly and there is no
trouble at alL" .; '

M*. D. J. E of f Wert. Ohio.
Is lb town look64g over otr city ad
the surrounding territcky. Mr. Evans
is editor of the dally and weekly Re-
publican of Van Wert, and will have
a lot of good things to say of this
county when he returns.

Mrs. 0. Grothe. of Orange. N. J., ar-
rived In the city last night and is a
guest of the Montesuma hotel. Dr.
Grothe Is employed In Edison's lab-
ratory at that place and Is getting on
nicely. Mrs. Grothe expects the doe-
tor to join her shortly for a week's
vacation. Dr. and Mrs. Grothe were
former residents of Ocals, where he
' did laboratory work for many years.
ry *

Mr. Peter UI, .~urlsoe of Conner.
will please .accept the thanks. of the
editor of the Star for a liberal supply
of greens lad a Jar of excellent or-
ange marmalade, for which article
Mr. Durisoe has a large demand.

Mr. James R. Moorhead is adding
to the conveniences of his pleasant
home corner of Tuscawilla and South
Oth streets a commodious kitchen.
with a nine-foot cemented cellar be-
neath it.

Rev. Charles i. Powell went up
McIntosh this afternoon to fill t
pulpit of the Christian church the


Mr. W. W. Poland, of New Orleans, a
Mengenthaler Linotype representative,
was in town today calling on the news-
paper offices.

Mr. C. T. Miller of Loy. was in the
city today. Mr. Miller and his son-in-
law. Mr. Newburn, wti leave Tuesday
for New York City on a big land deal.

Mr. John M. Stanley, the up to date
social economist, is up from a long
spell of sickness. Several months ago
he was at Brown's Landing on the Ok-
lawaha river, when he was taken sick
and but for the fortunate call made by
Mr. Frank Mathews, says he probably
would have died there, 'without a soul
to attend his wants. Prank brought
him to Ocala and now he i aon the high
road to recovery.

Mr. A. N. Goodwin. bookkeeper for
the McNeil Turpentine Co. at Trilby,
was a caller in the Brick City yester-
day. Mr. Goodwin was a former
valued' employre of the Martel Lum-
ber Company and later went into the
turpentine business for himself at

Joe L. Whiseatnt of Belleview, has
sold thirty acre of his land, a mile
west of that villae to Mr. A. A.

Mrs. Ja R.L Morsbsad has added
two trees to tlhe Cmpus of the pri-
mary school baBdlag adn nmoed
them after betr rigt Soy. Josely
and Waltr., plpite of the schooL

Miss Mabel Beek and Mr. Gary Beck
pupils of the Ocala 1igb school, are
spending Satu4 and Batday with

those already named.
The only regrettable part of the aft-
ernoon's pleasure was the absence of
the beloved president of the chapter.
-Mrs. Fannie R. Gary. cAuaed by a fall
over a chair, which has confined her
to her room &or several weeks. Mrs.
Brown is to be congratulated on the
admirable manner In which she en-
tertained her guests.



Regular cMk ho-Mnday school -
B. T. P. U. Arg s at the al


posed to lynch Ambrose, which threat
was only prevented by the efforts of
the white people of the town.


St Petersburg. Feb. 27.-The tzar
Is relaxing the seelusion into which
the revolutionary terror drove him. lHe
I drove through the center of the city
yesterday In an open sleigh, almost
unattended, to visit Czar Ferdinand
,Mr n*II&AIN At tho irinter nalaee.

The folowling prescription for the "0 1I -,7L-a .. .. ..
cure of rheumatism and kidney and
bladder troubles has no doubt been SMALL FARM FOR SALE
filed millions of times ,vias: Fluid --
Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; For sale. a small farm of 20 acres
Compound Kargon. one ounce; Corn- located one mile west of the depot at
pound T sup Smplarsa ree Sparr. Marion county, and known as
gredients can be obtained at ay good the Sibley place; has one small cot-
prerpton pharmacy at little e co tage: part fenced and all In cultiva-
and are mixed by shaking well In a tion. Good high pine land and fairly
bottle. fertile. Will sell for $10 per acre. part
The dose for adults is a teaspoonful cash and balance on easy payments.
after each meal and at bedtime, drink- Address. the Star office, Ocala, Fla.
lag a full tumblerful of water after
each dose. It is stated that this pre-
scripUon is a poeftive remedy for kid- SEAtRE WITH A HOT IRON
ney trouble and lame eack.' weak blad- or scalded by overturned kettle-cut
der and urinary diffculties. especially with a knife-bruised by slammed
of the elderly people, and one of the door-Inured by a gun, or In aay
bet things to be used In rheumatic af- door- red by a gun, or n ay
flietions, relieving the aches and pains other way-the thing needed at once
and reducing sa relings. Is Backle's Aralca, Salve to Subdue
A well-known authority states that inflammation and kll the pain. It's
this mixture acts directly- upon the earth's supreme, healer, intalible for
eliminative tissues of the kidneys; boils, ulcers, fever, sores, ecaema and
eleanes" these spongelike organs and piles. 25c at all drugstores.
gives them the power to stft and strain
the poisonous warte matter and uric
teid from the blood whick is the cause HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
of rheumatism. -
If your back or sides sche and you I will sell my well known buggy
suspect kidney trouble It wbuld be horse Cobb with buggy and harness.
wise to try this for a few days. Dr. J. W. Hood, City. 2-4
WEATHER FORECAST ix sights *Go As You Pmase" Raos

Washingon. Feb. 27.--Pary clou- How many tired fathers and moth-
-As __ A ,.-, ers in this ti6wn enter this race every


There was a large attwt e yes-
erday afternoon at the plesmaet aad
hospitable home of Mrs. Jake Brown
of the members of Dtckloon Chapter.
U. D. C.
Mrs. Brown. who was the charming
boetees of the occasion, was ably as-
sslated by Mrs. R. 0. Blake. the vice
president of the chapter, in recelvetg.
Mrp. B. W. M*mms, on the pleas.
presided gracefully and graciously ov-
er the dispensation of chocolate and
whipped cream, while Ml-. Porenee
Walters assisted. The guests were then
Invited into the parlors and hall. seats
having been provided for their com-
fort and the following program was
splendidly carried out. under the sup-
ervision of Miss Walters. the historian
of the chapter. The fair Clto acquitted
herself so creditably, having done
what no former historian of the chap-
ter ever did, that she came In for the
"well done good and faithful servant"
commendation. As the Daughters in
state convention assembled resolved
that all meetings be opened by sing-
ing "Suwannee River" t)pt sweet and
pathetic Southern lyric was given with
Address, Captain Ditto.
"The Gray Clad Partlaan"-Miss
Irma Blake.
Music, Miss Ethel Hayrvaft.
Reading. Capt. J. J. DcklW's
Farewell Address to His' CompMy-
Mrs. R. G. Blake.
Music-Miss Haycraft.
Reading, "Battle of Olustee"-Mrs.
Vocal solo. "My Soldier Boy In a
Fray"-Mrs... H. Taylor.
Readg. Address of Capt, J. J. Dick-
lo*-By Historman.
Vocal solo, "How Can I Leave You"
-Miss Jessliu Martin.
Those on the program acquitted
themselves handsomely. They -read
well. they sang sweetly and played
beautifully., Captain Ditto's talk was
a sparkle from an experience ta pea
and war and as he always does, said
things of Interest and proft.

Miss Tucker will talk to the child-
ren this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Her
subject will be "Lettiang Our Light
Shine for Christ;" and to-iustrate the
ways in which Atrue and ,probea
Christians let ,their light shine the '
chjiren, will bring as iaim*
kinps f lights pus in aM
fancy candles, amoky,.4sty, twilcMesa
empty lamnps, .failampe, ptc. .The
little folks are de4ighted with thewe
services given. epecisqay for thmta a d
1k large crowd is expected thi)atteenm
hoon. Grown q*ka. toan are ,.JevAA .
Last night M-i T2cker read the
Bible on "Rebepen." a. sin which is
so common and yet is looked upon so
lightly, but old's word say: "He,
that being often reproved _ardpmet1y
his neck, shall suddenly be destroyed.
and that without remedy"
The beautiful, new piano, put in the
church for wse In the meeting OhV,1l
-the kindness of ad-
.ded greatly td lae pleasMeM
of the meeting. and Mis ,'. ter,
spoke last evening In the mst appre-"
clative terms, saying thst-. t. as the
sweetest toned tnstrumt b had
ever ha' the pleasurE of .'tengto
during any of her meetings.
The great help rendered by Messrs.
Simmons, Bouvter, Flming and Barr
with their cormets and- trombones is
appreciated more than can be express-

He deemed it an-howeor to be called OCALA GIRLS AT
on to speak to so patriotic a body of BRENAU COLLEGE
women. His regret was-that his elo- --
quence could not measure up to the Galnesville, Goa Feb. 26.-One of
honor bestowed. He spoke feelingly prettiest parties given at Brenaau re-
of the fidelity of the slaves to the cently was the one at which the Phi
homes and fortunes of their masters Mu Gamma fraternity entertained on
and mistresses during the four years Monday evening. The honor guests of
of bloody conflict. He said it was a the occasion being Miss Davis, of
record unparalleled in the history of Lexington, and Miss Annie Lou Pag-
the world. He then gave instances of ett. of Atlanta.
the heroism and bravery of women, In the reception hall Misses Porter
who braved darkness and inclement and Pearson welcomed the guests and
weather to Walk or ride miles to give Introduced them to the honorees, who
valuable Information that not only' formed a pretty picture In a bower of
saved the lives of many soldiers, but palms and ferns in the drawing room.
whole commands. He Instanced a case Miss Marguerite porter. of Florida.
In Tennessee. where the command to was soloist at the organ recital last
which he belonged was attempting to-Sunday afternoon and delighted the
pass from one valley Into another and audience with her sweet voice.
to do so had to pass a narrow defile: Mis Bessye Porter, of Florida, and
that stationed on the crest of the hills Miss Miller. of Atlanta. spent several
on either side were sharpshooters and days last week in Atlanta as the guests
to attempt the passage would mean of Mrs. Miller on West Peachtree
,death to almost every man in the corn- street.
mand. With the Information imparted The Alpha Epsilon fraternity at
by a patriotic woman and one In Riverride Academy has made Miss
whose soul blazed the fires of devo- Bessye Poter ot, PFlrida, -and Miss
ties to the caus, that catastrophe Clara Bell. of Gainesville, honorary
was averted. The attention of the de-' members of their popular frat.
*tense of the defile was so distracted Miss Bessye Porter, of Florida. ap-
that under the cover of darkness the peared in an oratory recital last Mon-
march was successfully made. day. Her work was exceedingly well
He also gave a very laughable done and she gave a clever negro
sketch of' his Imprisonment and the monologue, which was generously awt
appearance of a comrade' whose sick- ~plauded.-Atlanta Journal.
ness had caused all his hair to come
out and the rules of the prison com- WHEN YOU PUT ON STOCKINGS
polled the wearing of butternut suits Of the heavier sort, do your shoes
:with butternut fastenings, which the pinch, and, your feet swell and per-
gallanat captain designated as "wasp spire If you sprinkle Allen's Foot
and "grasshoppers." and the very Ease an antiseptic powder for the
funny appearance of his convalescent feet, Into your hoes, it i will give you
friend as he appeared on "dress pa- reest, In contort, and ibstant relief.
rade" with his "color scheme The When rubbers become necessary, and
devotion and aid a Mrs. Tevis, wilt you shoes feel tight Aen's Foot
for more than a genelion presided ase is just the thing to use. Try it
.over the educational destldles of fov dancing parties, breaking In new
Science Hall P'emane Aeaaemy, Shelby- shoes and for Patent leather shoes
ville. Ky., had been to the unfortunate sold everywhere, 26c. Sample free
soldiers whose lot during the cam- Address. Allen E. Olmsted, LeRoy, N
paign had made tbhemn pIrW r of war y. Don't accept any substitute.
and her efforts to alleviate their phys-
ieal sufferings. A SHOOTING SCRAPE
Among those noted present were A SH0OTING cRAR E
Mrs. PFrank Harris, Mrs. C Harri AT CRYSTAL RIVE
Mrs. R. G. Blake; Mrs. E. L. Carney. itet wa caed
Mrs. J. 3. Bailey, Mrs N. I. Gottileb Great excitement was caused las
Mrs. Ed Carm.B hael. Mrs. J. A. Walt- night In Crystal River by a negr
ers, Miss Florence Walters, Mrs. named Ambrose shooting another ne-
Sanders, Mrs. Britt iSanders and Miss ro. The trouble arose over Ambrose
Sanders. Mrs. B W. Mmmit, MrJ J. T. giving the other negro money to buy
Lancaster. Mrs. J. Iin gs Mrs. whisky with and on the party's re-
Charley Mathews. Mrs. tSpencer, Mrs turn, and producing neither money nor
J. R.L Moohead. Mrs. 8. Scot Mrs. red-eye, words were passed and the
J. H. Taylor, Miss Whitesides, Miss trouble ended with a shooting scrape
Pelot, Mr. and Mrs. Bittinger and Excitement grew so rampant among
the colo redm nulation that they nro-

It Is albtbow a darooP a
ew uTan of -rita mtorlset a oiake is
the appearaacmm d dtispetioa of many
women. The f urea 6 charm, the
brilliance vanish like ths bloom from a
peach which is rudey handled. The
matron is only a dim shadow, a faint echo
of the charging made. There ae two
omm,'IR this change, io-gra and
neglect. Pw yyoug wen Sppvtate
t'e A~me tohe s tem taromgh the
aM whish emMe with mrrtig and
tno aayneglet to deal with
the p t pelvic dratma and weak-
emes which too oftea eom with m"aa
rtave ad motherhood, M g uadiamdiang
that this smrem dran is abbM thceekM
d it frshmn a aM d s m af he

As srelys the general beat M g
whem them s AM the halth

lethe ian. Atto
Swom-e have foundthealth a&
apptm in the ue of Wr. Pierce's ~
W fte i Itakes weak womn-
m strom sand sick w e welL Ingredi-
wits on lahm l-cmtalm mo alcohol or
armful M. abm-fSnv &ng Made
Wbwho- fe~ u~e ~imi.

W. H. Colemaa, Mta water.
Sunday sechool-:4S a. m.
* Junior C. .--8 .
Sermon at 11 a. m. 'The P a-:
costal Chue."!*
Sermon at 7:36 P A.. "Pa, ans
Everybdy welcome.

Rev. Geo. Hndree Harrhomi Retor2.
7:$f a. -a.--H l 4y e N-4 d.-
1 a. m.-B day bS0Lo
I a. t.--Mrning prayer -ad ser-
7:30 'p. m.-EvengB pa" aa"
Services Tuesday and Thusday at
4:30 p. m.. Wednesday and Friday at
10 a. m. and 7:30 p. nm.
Come and woaslp. with u s

Methodist chuaflh, .

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The' Presinimmt Amwricas Aut he1-
-4 have fssMndgWeting ti sIa~~'
of dindru% An eaeblinal appli*"atis ev~~

READ THIS Ltrftl'. N
'TSnelosei pease fintaup s ft seepa
with order for 89 cents, 4'lepea fg

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think I ~t ilefyato 1 59- tt Jkrw

onlyntwo Iwam ilong and.veywM4ihve'rest fou
teahink t likelyt-e inoIndia.the. st, y.eaR t' .ofthe eM*
m-ad te haingou thdmyhir. lAt f& e ver gr

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$100 REWARD, $100

- The readers of this paper will be
leased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure tn all its stages, anad
that is catarrh. Hails Catarr'h Cure
is the only positive edre now known
to the medical frternity. Catarrh be-"
Ing a conatkumal disease, re.sires
a constitutional treatment Maft
Catarrh Cre 1t1 taken ia tofy, act-
Ing directly apij the bloeeo sad u-
cous surfaces of the qa '- thera-y
destroying thel foundatim m te die-
ease, .and giving the patlemt stemgth
by buildift u tm constitution aad
assisting nature in doing Its Work.
The proprieto.. have so much faith in
its curative powers that tbet offer
One Hundred Dollars for any ease
that It falls to cure. Bend for test-
monials. Adarea F. J. Chqey & Co.,
Toledo, 0. Bold by all druggists, c.
Take Hairs hamly Pills for co Mt-


The coming nudea l event In Jack-
sonville April Ith and 2th wll mark,
the greatest mni l evett that-has
ever taken place i' that. city's history.
It marks tArs ,apar'ace Ao tel .
famous New TorktySmphbea Orches-,
tra. with Watter amranwme, as eco-
ductor. Jn Jamerilloe and also the
first appearance 'f the Jacksonville
Choral Society Ia oratoril.
The festival w. eosist of ftr,
splendid concerts ,4t Vich the ?ew
York Symphey oheltra and Watter
Damroeh wt be Ist4d by twr eel-
ebrated sooIstts;.. Carte Rider-i
Kelsey. soprano: Nevada wvon der Veer,
altoist; Reed M er, 'tenor, sad Gustatf
Holmoquiat. bas 2%a T ial concert
being the rendtWoi ef *The Creatlos-
In which the aeUma.nvilt Choral So-
clety. a chorus of. 1M trained voices,
will appear.
With such an .eiorate program it
is evident that a s so wil be sold
long before the 0t ocert, and for j
thi. reason the SMW advise Its muasc,
-A salmagurm.Mh" & -= I

Meets at e'clew. MilNsi my
topic. Leader. Margret t.a. lmry
one cordially isrvted to amt md.-'
Son&g. Caea .
Scriptwr, AtA 1:"-7.
Chain o players for er mitsioas-
Song, Twlthe Sweet Story.
BlaektbaMrd. exemielse, -Missionary
Sups'"-Rea FetgIson.
Solo and chorus. Bringing in the
Reeitation, "The VaUdols Teacher"
-Pople Taylor.
Song, The Kingdom ComIg.
Illustrated talk. "Where the Jap-
anese Children Live."
Reading,. "The Mistmo of a.Tract"
-Dexter Phll$ips.
Solo and duet,-Why Stand Ye Here
Roll call responded to by name of a
Announcements. Benediction.



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OA A piiCi So A.sher Frank was getting up rem
OCALA UO UERIILO interest today in his sale of lots. Th
sale began at 3 o'clock.

K. of P. meet Monday evening
(Odd F'llows meet Tuesday night.
PFot (card.- at Fi.4hel',. one cent.
l(ra. Sandiftr returned today from
a visit to Jack.ponville.
Spring styles in ladies' footwear.
now on display at Rheinauer & Co's.
Mr. Haxi y of ('room wins in town
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran-
tefe. Price 25e. Sold by all druggists
Mr. annl Mrs. Robe-rt Morroe. of An-


Beautiful lace curtains, shades. rugs
and mattinggs in the carpet depart-
ment, second floor. Rheinauer & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Strobel of LAesburg,
were here today. Mr. 8. Is the Clyde
June's traveling representative.
Get a dress or waist pattern from
those pretty alks offered at bargain
at the H. B. Masters Company.
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davia & Co.
general agents.
Send us your prescription business.
We are thoroughly prepared to handle
It. Tydinfs & Co.t

thoqy. v f-r," in towi tda:. shopping.
-r Mr. L. E. Yonce of the Star office
O ur St,,r, .i sshswing many new pat- went up to Gainesville this afternoon.
to-rA- in pr-tty wash goods. Rheinauer He will return tomorrow.
& '-,mpany. --
We are showing the new spring
Re.v. Newton Plummer of Anthony, styles in belts, neckwear, gloves, hose.
w.ent lont n to Crystal River to fill the etc. Rheinauer & Co.
laliptist pulpit there tomorrow. i

1.-autiful silk patterns for walats
rind siiltM at gri ally reduced prices. at
th,- H. I. MAlantr ( Company.
Neuya and La Luzerne. two new
perfumes at the Postoffice Drug-

Nponges, sponges. direct ruOm then
fisheries. Prices that surprise, at the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Mr. J. A. Pittman went down to
EI-etra today to attend a meeting
that Evangelist B. C. Young of Okla-
homa begins at that place tomorrow.

Today Is Your

To See Us
For Values in






For the Longer you Wait the more
you Lose. We make a Specialty of
"Specials," so see our Window Dis-

play which speaks louder than

Variety Storc

thtif is popular yith bookkeepers. e-
countants. clerks ad everyone wbho
uses bliak books., mercantile ad so-
clal statientry you can secure at all
times fiMn our superior stock. We
have everything In tBis Ine of the
best m.mfacture in blank booea
-dmtianames .t...itt*. uft.Man mbe &

interests. "Write C. W. D.. Kaiser Ho- h, "tli ii*1 .--"
guaranteed melon, cantaloupe and gar- --
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Bradford. who den seeds of all kinds for the spring B ta" for t "a 9ir g
have spent the past six weeks at their planting. See ua before baying your .t w f ..
winter home on Lake Weir, are in the supply. Tydings and Co. a
city and will leave in a few days. for air psag stops the I.
their home. Tennessee LAK MUCK FOR SALE Geo. E. Snow, the successful orange & there tt, soothes th s
f r grower of Eastlake, was in town to- brakes, and the iamoost i
*dast yrt .er for gar. grassordy eIra- Soe and
Pylajrcs pes wns, family y re. lowers. t per two-horse lo" "rc hea e -- .etb"
cipes, all ods for medicnleS flledH. H ey 11-111 wm have a iotoe dres s a o ..peled nte
under positive guarantee at the Anti- A We havt In ado is es rt f if. a tIs setsII
Monopoly Drugstore. Only Squlbbl EED POTATOES rPOK ALE beaaiat s uunim iin th a ow*s p* t.M t o"w abu
drug sold at this store--both gu n- bshes ye a a several al pIee. IL Mae. C .
te n iy an mS other varieties: also sevemal'.udred Mr. A. p. Samow hs b o4lt -
Sbusbhdls .eating potatoes: four muug hn of of o e =a &I N .,
NeMu a1 a L ern., two new '" t mkr hoe r ear vJaa by Mw~ w. l<. D -s IS,
rfue at the Poto DrUg -ae m or' thn" I teled. Fifty pair Weson. f .W.-A
fto- exttr large i Ho ed. ave" no time to lef tafer thew m. iss Carrie M le .vis~g+.
Mrs. Harrison of Albany, Ga. Is the Oeal1k -uma CSu'rk ,r en itae
gust of her sister. Mrs. Henry Liv- ..... for a fnw days. 4k
Inlgton. vasers vll for a few dao. u "4 .,* e s
V h. ---+,; .. + ... g j
the bowels healthy ant regular. Orlno rent room. modern eoXnief". I cardOakle at
early morning train for Jacksonville, IS superior to plis 5d tablets a It 24 Watula streeL 2-24-St ee ""
whe she will visit friends until doeodoes not gripe or nausite+ Why take .
nday night. anything else Sold all drugists. Mr. Bowan, who has thrge of th -
t Ne f eand La LutScn htwoewas I town today and said the n l
fielf. C wmt-. n ^e o In thed T per lum es at the t off ce D rug w as n itng o f full tim e.
city. Comne In and be convince. Ty- gt e.-
.- Mrs. D. E. Mcver andt Clvey Itt -e
An opportunity to secure a pretty daughter. Fnes. retuMned .-
silk dress or waist pattern for a very ernoon from Irvi. where they lave
little money is offered in the bargain been delightfully entertained since
sale of silks at the H. B. Masters Co. e W-ednesday by Dr. and Mrs J. W. Da-
Fred Robertson of the Crystal River "
Oxford Crate and Basket Company. Is F I JO h e Miss Carrie Willita,-. friends- wil .
a visitor to the city today. regret to learn that sie is suffering l
.. m --m m omk A -a m from a severe attack of tnilsitis. U -

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Mwesdames Hay;raft & DeCamp take pleas.-
ure in announcing to the Ladies of (helma
and Vicinity that they have just received
a large shipment of
which, are now cn exhibition at their Milli.
nery Parlors on Magnolia street They
inviteithe ladit s of Ocala to call and in-
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delightfaliy entertained at cards in a two-storya sit rooS b &ot .. -S
tte parlors of the Metropole in com- sition street just west f the od .. a
plirent to her friend, Missb WUnams. Air Un railroad d. M u Ve age &
of Elhart, Indiana, who Is now stay- 1SonD are putting i a ms dern -A
las at the Metropole. The prettiest P*ub*ng system m s the
of spring flowers, the violet, was tak-
en as a color scheme and beautifully STENOGRAPHER t Ib -
carried out in every detail. AND TVYPWRITER s- -
Missm -1a lI,-'Ln received at the
front door and ushered the guests to I Miss Wagno. a sGrt-elas stemoga- *- '
the punch bowl, where Mrs. Georgp phl-r and typewrter. ham opemedu ba S Vol. F B
Nash served delletous punch that was office in the corner of the Ocala -
violet tiated. The table on which the ;House lobby. formerly ooupfed by L yW W Les* Cl '
bowl was placed looked like a violet the A. C. L ticket agency, and will l --- .....l
bed with the quantties of flowers I do stenographing and typewritlng for Lily Wmskt o rnea 2
Both Mrs. Nash and Miss Liddon wor, the public. ..P. ... -
bti-quets of violets. WiRa ,
Mrs. T. H. Johnson Introduced the HORSES ALMOST GIVEN AWAY i1ii
guests to Miss Liddon. who looked ---- d : "
unusually well in a violet dress. Re- A few more horses for sate by the ......
ceiving with the hostess was the hon- Tompklns. Cobb Company, which will
oree of this party and her mother. be closed out at figures that will com- .4
Mrs. Williams. Both of these ladles Pel buyers to take 0note.of the fact. S l4i
looked lovely as they met Miss Lid- Tompkinm. Cobb & Company. F InI .
don's friends. c t
On the five tables were placed vio- IMPORTED DRESS PATTERN "
let candles which was greatly enjoyed i S i
while playing whist. The score cards The ladies of Ocala are cordially In-
were hand-painted and had bouquets i viteI to call at Rheinauer & Co's. dry "
of violets on them. Miss Sara Me- goods store an4 see the beautiful Im-
Creery was the fortunate winner of ported dress patterns that have just
the lovely prize, a large bouquet of been received, the most. beautiful and
violets tied with violet ribbon. At exclusive goods ever brought .to this
the conclusion of the games delicious city.
pressed chicken with mayonaise and .
waters tied with violet ribbon follow- 4 YOU [OTICE TO CHV. H ag
d by coffee and violet leed cake was The meits n e the 1Ta sioRader, ry 40 *' 'B
served. wod -never s -fr a t itiry. bl- Notice heby i tt
Mis s Iddo had as her guests on der or rhe'matie t"ble. $1 bottle two a m hol-g16 aliB a .
this delightful occasion Misses Will- moiaths' treatment. SoM by d rwi& ta h 6d by- 4W i" mm UIUIARUl
lams, Anna Mixuon, Edith McGuire, or by mail. Send for t maUnmlxekls r. P', set stesae at -1 a
of Pennsylvania. Annie Land, of North I. W. Hall, 29M1 OMve at St. tef Marek th,. 1Wm. la -
Carolina. Francis Anderson. Bettle Louls. Miss-urL. as & diferent met&ht eat- :-
Wray Mclver, Grace Hatcheli. Leafy will be used after that 4in.
Sylvester. Sue Anderson. Margaret SEPARATOR MILK The McDowell (hat. Ie es 0. O
Anderson. Bessie MacKay, Virginia Oak. Fla., feb. .2t-lll
Mayo, Lutle Mote Hanaborough, of The Hiawatha Lake Dairy can
Tampa, Rhode Liddon. Clara Johnson supply you with sweet and sour sep- PANO TU -
and lola Liddon. arator milk. Stop the wagon or drop -en
a card to the dairy. Ten years exrienc
WANTED-Position by experienced any music teacher it O Cae. a-
lady stenographer; references fur- music house In JacksoWue~vI PItiw -
nished; familiar with law and corn- THE CRIME OF IDLENESS 2 A. M N.L ansfor, et -tf
mercial work. Address, Stenographer, Idleness means trouble for anone
Box 211, Ocala. 2-10-tf Its the s meaa wit a lazy Avur. t TIFUL LACES
Mr ad Mrs Ralph T Brdy ar causes costpatin, headache jan- AND EMBROIOERt#
happy over the arrival of a baby son, die.blow compleon, pples
which auspicious event took place at botehes,. loss of appetite. nausea but We have one i the
the home of Mrs. BirdMey's mother in Dr. King's New Life Plls soon ban- stocks of new embroMegis, lacw
al, Mr. H. A. Ford. It needle sh liver troubles and bull up your insertions ever wrought to Pwr w._-.
to addla te Sta r extends harty I eledle health. 25c at all drugstores. The ladles are rested to c t ant It ss
stations. store and look thn over.
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS & Company. ,. 2 al -
Neuya and La Laerne. two new
perfumes at the Postoffce Drug- I receive every day from Crystal WORN OUT S N W,
Store. River choice oysters, both Inside and "
Gulf oystrs., salt and fresh water Rsh That's the way yo. feel biit the ag -to '
Mrs. Lee Miller is home from a very and mullet. I can 1w you the best luwg when you have a t geegt. t. ....
pleasant visit to friends in Galnesville ln fish any oysters, fresh and prompt- It's foolishness to let it .e md a t
and Jacksonville. ly delivered. Phone 219 city market; trust to luck to get over. wit, w gg- -
second stall n .the lest. 1-2tf laird's morebound syrep wfill .sp the,:
The ladles should see the bargains WILIJA3)M "JCKJIK. .couh a"d heal the hangs Prie .
offered in silks, many different pat- c and $1 per bottle. o1 W A *
terns, at the H. B. Masters Co. BABY' HANDS "- Monopoly Drtor.
will et into mischlet-'loften it means .W ... . t -,. "4
One pota. of paper and two a. burn or *at or siee Apply fit- OYTER AT ELK
tof envelopes, very best grade, for a now L*B'imest j u ,st as 9 &u -.t.
cents at Tydings & Co the accident h"pea"s, 'and the pa ** f" f* f ry......... . .
.will be relieved* hile the weel d wOI " d " -
Harry Peter and tamlny were In the w"l brel e e l. th e' i M ew .......... .
city today from Dennellon, visiting sp)"h at weean.*" "c alrll palAe . .... ... -
Mrs. Peter's parents. Captain and Mrs. Price 2 and a bottle. Sold l w. .
Tucker. --,-.i raw
T-cker :yt'Antf-Monopoly -brugitore. aKrto- .... ....,. M ^ r <:, lS
D At any hour from $a. m. to 10 p. t m.
Call In ana see the pretty line of NW SPRIN DOOD every day in the week. Opposfte A. Mr. W
fancy Imported China that we are C.NEW passenger deoot. -
displaying The Anti-Monopoly Drug that we
S-it-t to ou r ne stock of spring dress ast a
R. C. DVs Co., Jaconvlle, goods just received from the New t w
R. C. Davis Co.. of Jacksonville, York market.- The goods embrace P"neumonia often follow I rip "
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75. 1th domestic and rimt ted g odsem brc but never follows the use of Fle Mr. lo Ma ,
each PMr per ^ oth domestic and impacted goods andator ia. u2p e M of t J

Is now visitlag her mncle. Mr. B. F. -> CABINET MAKIN ,
Bullock at White Springs. HEALTH AND VITALinTY' '' -*' -,, t t.i.-*-..+-'
All prescriptions nilled at the Anti- Mpwesr Nlveeine Pills ewer l wh t Wr13tw
Monopoly Drugatore are Ailled by wh'er we are fully equiDDe4 With A<'were la to ta
drugs nd chemicals -guarantee undm, The g t nm a nd brain reto- toox material mnd knowledge to ds afl i to coiSU rlfX.
the Pure Pood Law. They use Squibnte' tlve for men and women. oduee kinds' of cabinet making. wndoy and a aiM l- *"t
chemicalets, guarantee No. 75T; also stYtth and vitality, bilds up the dr screens and all kinds of earpen-
Parke Davis & Co.'s laboratory drugs, system and renews the normal vigor* ter both new and rep g. We, Mr. 8 C JS-I A _-il
none equal, guarantee No. Always For sale by drggists or by small, 1 make a spealty o" job wor.t Pesos0 m
the best.OX6 the oxfor 5.- Sol by the 177. We wmi be pie-i a a Is caltel
AntI.Monodiy Drustor. give you prices if .owm.wil s w.+orbas Ijut'mtaisu 1aereq
our dcpartabent of ready made gar- ROO S FR.... write us. RespcttB, ad eatal B -* *. '.*.
meats for. adl offers especially at- "ROOl FOR HOUSEKEEPING --t "T. .... --
Commany. for ** -r*,eam ar~r....e B P.n sow. b d.S
for housekeeping, thir foor Star s .. ', .
POR SALE-Good paying business, building. Apply at Stao offlee. A .....
needs very small capital. Big bargain. ... T J e I t fa a H^
Owner mst sell at once, have other RESH SEEDS Is t l 'k" imML a ta

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There are many ways in which it serves the N
public, but the one now most valuable, per. -mai Is at tue he for ahe has
haps, is to help with loans. We will meet the led f w a h enyears,
te.s &of. ervatiAnd Kansa gret ead North Dakota
needs of conservative borrowers. an amens fter ae*rs: i
Georgia oaent. a Oklahoma, woe
their place among the tee
rhe Munroe & Chambliss Bank AlaaS. North
A Probibit W has beIntro-
f. T. IHrN, Pf. Z. C.mbMlis. Pits. L E. Ctrt, Cutle d^ and y to pm hehouse
---------" ,, ,,i' :*yaS ,-, The fts will dcome ti the senate.

SThe Texas ower P ebrary 6 "
decided adversely the proposition to
A sMubmit to a vote of the people a cot'-
Sstitutimal amendment providiag for
A S im p erstate wide prohibition. The vote stood
S8 for and 45 against submisioneo
Those favoring the measure tallang
Cardui is a purely vegetable extract, a simple, short of the necessary two-thirds by
non-intoxicating remedy, recommended to girls and .)R*
womon, of all ages, for womanly pains, irregularity, lai-....
falling feelings, nervousness, weakness, and OW, Thre more Fau Coan rtyl 2:
other form of idclM s, peculiar to femaim. HUtIngto.'Prte and Switmrland.. W
-I o h. t,* * .et dme P
SP- A Prbem in omwrnnent Fintane ins M hPor
Haviftg juA' returned from the Model in M-
License Le convention, I am fultl prpCtiCal and
of the importance and patriotism of C m t
TAKE the liquor traffic. Only thing they
C paid Int 1908-this year-4199,0..4 a
MOM SHHInto the national treasury, this being -
a fraction less than oe-third of the
SJ entire reve ue of the United States. I
feet sure that 11we a repreted
It Will Help You txpayr mt el a debt of rat-
i *tude that e are not crapjelk4 to
Mrm. A. C. BPeaver, of tnicoi, Route No. 1, Ma&%r- bedorbacsttht addt
bleton, Tenin., writes: "I suffered with bearing- therefo, ot able to solve eat p v-
down pains, feet swelled, pain in right side, hadabra t a h o ne .no moS a
I O~n p l tI BU Inslght than to keip askhg ourselveI s 1 m
pains in shoulders, nervous palpitation, and other over and over, where did they get all m 5
troubles I cannot mention, but I took Wine f Cardhat m ony n twele mo ths? And I
and have found it the best medifide I ever used, find that they kemucpt for themlves
for female troubles." Try Cardui we look up the advance sheets of gov- *
AITr e e D ernment report to and that the drink ST. JOC
AT AT.. DBUG STOR b111 last year was $2.185.921,923 from v .
the people. That Is. for every dollar
aaW^ SH ~they paid into the national treasury _
they collected from the people $11; 1
... -- subtracting the $1. leaves them $10.
That looks a good deal like the old
pirate system, where when the pirate
__i__ I was arrested h offered ten per cent. T h eiI
.. m m .moof his plunder if he might escape with
Sl i i the rest. To put it another way;
---~----; n n ni B while the tariff claims to have paid
iiI- IiIIIi the Vnlted States government 12, 9
S i iiaS I Il I the country. It has taken from the C)
I pockets of every man, woman and
II iU J J W Tmmm.4 8 8 InA --child the neat sum of 529.23. or, while a.
i 16- T*A 000 9..00 Ik g ,..n. It., o

Mexlio t'ity. Feb. '.'.-A concerted Appeal of Harlan and Others of the
movement on the part of th* silver Jackson Lumber Co. Denied
mine owners ,f Mexico has been taken Pensaeold. Feb. 27.-The circuit
to induce the government to resume court of appeals has upheld the de-
the fre coinan;re of sillver. A bill will cision of the district court for the
be intr'oduc, d in congress at its next northern district of Florida in the
q,.,sion. It is asserted that the adop- peoinage case of W. S. Harlan et al..
tion of the gold standard has caused which was appealed from here. and
depreciation of the price of silver and the aintiffs in error will be compell-
that th.-' ilver mnines of ths country etd to .serve( the sentences imposed
:4 r. suffering under the new monetary upon: them two years ago. The cases
system, originated in the camps of the Jack-
The- government mining chamber In son Lumber Company, one of the
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has retained in Its own strong box,
S .0as0, m Oil, Twi D mi.em
A great artist once remarked to me:
"Ci. one cipher more or less. never R1Iy'Bin a VarItlhe
means anything to me." I thought SaUtp VWEi& .p'-
him little short of an idiot, .but I ami/-.
oming to believe.he had ~e at- Saw Mll, Phosphate and Turpe tij
matical calibre of an American citizen p%
who will listen to the revenue argu-
ment. Unfortunately for the tradeR KVAIvnii
.'.E"* .^^r ir- Gns, l ttulierso n, snitigg, 1 iBg1.nInthg b i
and unfortunately for the government. Pu| aU- i "WIli IUamIRWuV .j t .i V.
millions of the thlaking citizens of
America. who once paid no attention
to the boasting of this pirate on thel ate Ifr a1A (:W- 2 Y InX1P||
sea of commerce are today taking no- 7 .. l.. .
tice. Nor do. they stop their invesl-; and Gasolene E& mine iof E TntefnAitmi
gine of -- th Inte -tla -

actionn with "Where did you get the;
money?" but they go farther and say. ( r Tm
"As you give us one dollar and keep vat m -l
ten. how much does It cost us to have _f.__ n_
you make that other ten off of the Am erican a
people?" In other words, what waste
goes with the liquor traffic aside from dt A
its actual coast. According to George HR *. ]LA J
BL Waldr.n, a reliable and conservaL --- BI--
tive statistician, the liquor traffic was
responsible for expenditures due to
crime, poverty, accidents, conflagra-
tion and the loss of work by death
and incapacity, due to drink, $642.524.-
278. Subtracting from this indirect 1 E 8
cost of the liquor traffic the federaL
state and local revenue, which was j w fis A
:267.146.079, leaves $375.18,199 as the CUrCS CoubsM, Colds,
net loss in actual cost of the liquor
traffic. Now add tihis to the nation's and Lung iTroUle P7
drink bill of $2.186.921.922.49. and youi
have approximately the total waste of lM
the liquor traffic in the country per t .
antm, d P e s h
The watch words of the trade are, tlngished th People who a have
revenue and personal liberty. The plated, and nurtured to maturity.
above shows that thi O amue is dou- both the political and moral freedom
b!y swallowed up In east, direct of their speceles.-Abraam 1-incoin.
and indirect, so that leaves only the .
"personal liberty" plank for the trade Whether or not the world would be
to stand on. and that is good dem- vastl benefited by a total and mnal
ocratic doctrine. But does the "trade" beanslmeut from it of all latoedi t-
believe in "personal liberty." If so let ing drinks seems to me not now to be
the Model License League and all an open question. Three-fourthU of
. personall liberty advocates unite with mankind confess the affirmative with
the Woman's Christian Temperance their tongues, and, I believe, all the
Union in an appeal for the abolishing rest acknowledge it In their hearts'
of all license and all revenue. and re- BACK GIVES OUT
turn to the old method of every man .AC vES U
who raises a barrel of corn having Plenty of Osala Readers Have This
the personal liberty to mash it. to still Experiane
it. and sell it at twenty-five cents a You ta the id s-oerwor
gallon. This would be personal liberty them- te
without any juggling with words and hey can't keep up the continual
it would also accomplish the last and strain. .
strongest plea of the Model License The back gives out-it aches and
League. it would take the trade out pains;
of politics.-Francis E. Beauchamp. In UrinLry troubles set In.
L-xington, (Ky.) Herald. Don't wait longer-take Doan's Kid-
* nev Pins

Intemperance is one of the great-
-st. if not the greatest, of all evils
amomg mankind.

,lpp,-nei to ani yiiiKig t" eiwing nu in largest plants in the South. and the -- 0
the monetary system at this time. trial axs one of the most important Understanding the.spirit of our In-
o- of Its nature ever to occur in the qstltutions to ahni t the elevation of
WILLIAM%' KDmEY PILL.S outh. nmen. I am opposed to whatever tends
.A verdict of guilty was rendered byto degrade them.
Have you neglected your kidneys' the jury and sentences of froe twelve r to hv been a
Have you overworked vo..r nervous to .eighteen months, with heavy fines ... .. ..... v
-sstem and caused trouble with your in addition. were imposed by Judge romeness in the brMiant and warm-
kidneys and bladder? Have you pains Swane. now deceased. The cases ..ooded to ftall ant this vice. The
in loins, side. hack. nrolns and blad- -ere then appealed to the circuit h, delighted In ng the blood o
der? Have you a flabby appearance court of appeals at New Orleans. and 've and of ingenerost. What one
of the face. es"eclally under the eyes" were recently argued. with a decision of us but can call to md some dear
Too frequent a deslrm. to rtass urine' affirming the lower court. Those who t-ul buta ca l. t mindsom in eouth
If so. Williams' Kidney Pi:'. wl!1 curry are to serve time are Manager W. 8. rhl tive. more promising. youth
you. Sold by the Anti-: nop,.vy Harlan. 18 months; Robert Gallagher. than all his allows, who has been a
Drugstore. IS months: C. Hilton. S. E. F g .acrfice to h is rapac rthy He ever
N t ns. Dr. W. E. Chace asti Oscar lE -ecs to nave gone tfdath. ie tre
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR Sandor. 1! months each. It Ifsvery gptn ngel of death, commis-
nNOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR ., ...... ..... ,o .,. signed to slay itf not the first, the fair-

P. P. Ancke Elm St.. Sanford. Fla..
says: ."I have used Doan'i Kidney
Pills and caa say that they are a
superior kldy 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 t Ut I could hardly
stralghtea and mornings upop astw e.
could Just about get around & I
plasters aod mitnhenta bat the e
they brought was only slkbt and
temporary. When I learned of Dean's
Kidney Pills I obtanled a box and
found that they acted just as repme-
seated. Whm I had seed the pe-,
tents of this box the backachbe had
ceased and my back felt stronger."
Plenty w or proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drnu store and ask what their custo-
mers repoM
For sale by al dealers. Preie 50
-cent. Fm.e lmi<.. lhn n. Sunfal

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