Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 03 1, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03103
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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R. D. FULLER. LucasCounty M- tha
ran k J. Ceney makes
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TERMS. CASMU Catra catarr cr. Atlant -efr 1.-4"r
(Tmpai Tribune, 2Mth.Y Frank J. Cheney. for the ft two ,Mghs
Sworn to before me and subscribed second year O
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C. L. ittinger and Rt. R. Carrel,
Editors and Publlebers.

R. R. CARROLL, Business Manager


The meetings held yesterday by
Miss Emma Tucker at the Methodist
church were well attended, especially
the morning meeting and the closing
meeting In the evening.
In the afternoon Miss Tucker spoke
to boys and men about the apparent
unconcern of men and women, fadherx
and mothers about the spiritual life of
their children. She said while par-
ents loved their children they seem-
ed to be satisfied to let life float along
and let their youngthful ones take
the chances in It without any definite
steps to arouse and consecrate their
spiritual natures to God who gave
,them. /
She was sorry to say a law and or-
der league was needed in Ocala to
sirve as a vigilance committee te spot
vice and sin and root it out. She
knew of no place of the size of Ocala
with Its accumulated social Interests
that needed an awakening as this
place did.
While her audience was not large
In the afternoon, It was deeply Im-
pressed with her fervid words of ad-
monition and apt Illustrations and
most of the audience at dismissal
came up and gave Miss Tucker their
hand arid promised to do all in their
power to create a better and more
spiritual life among the youpg folks
of our town.
In the evening Miss Tucker had a
crowded house. She spoke from the
17th chapter of Kings and especially
(of the commands from Elijah to go to
the Brook Kedron. hide there and the
ravens would feed him. From those
words she draw a most Impressive and
inspired lesson. She said it was so
easy to go forward when following
one's inclination and desires. So many
Christians longed for special work and
wished to be called by God. That
these went willingly forward at the
call, but when God commanded them
to turn, to do things that conflicted
with their personal likes or Inclina-
tions, they began to doubt and argue.
In their breasts they had misinter-
preted the call and their duty. All of
which arose from want of consecra-
tion. This Is what is needed in the
life of the church member and pro-
fessed child of Christ, as so beauti-
fully Illustrated In the life of Elijah.
and the divine results flowing from
It. Is a real pleasure to listen to this
consecrated woman as her sweet per-
suasive and pathetic voice tells of
God's message to a sin covered world
and the straight way to eternal life
Before beginning her reading she
made a strong appeal for the orphan's
home she founded at Enterprise a few
years ago. and which Is now under
the fostering care of the church and
doing a noole work for the little ones
of the state who have no father or
mother, bringing them up in the fear
and love of the Lord and finding good
homes for them.

Rev. W. H. Coleman, who was con-
ducting a series of tent meetings
next to the Christian church when
Miss Emma Tucker arrived amd sus-
penIded them during her Bible read-
ings, will again pitch his tent on the
lot next the Christian church and re-
sume the meetings Wednesday even-

Parties back from Jacksonville say
the grand spectacular collision, which
was announced for Sunday afternoon
at the exposition grounds was one of
the grandest farces ever enacted. The
railroad track was there, so were the
80-ton engines, also a monster crowd
to witness the collision of these steam
giants under full steam and speed,
but Instead of coming together at a
speed of 50 miles an hour, they leis-
urely touched cowcatchers at -about
a five-mile an hour gait It is need-
less to remark the chagrin and disgust
of the sold out crowd.


The sale of lots Saturday afternoon
conducted by the Marion Realty Co..
Asher Frank, manager, at Odd Fellows
Heights, was a pronounced success.
The free, lunch, free hacks and the
banners waving with the band playing
and Asher Frank's melodious voice
drew a crowd that formed a proces-
slon again and coming to the place
of sale the Individuals of whl'(h In-
vested eagerly In realty in that de-
sirable location for- colored people.
Forty-two lots were sold. one dollar
down and one dollar a week until paid
for. The location is fine. It being the
highest point around Ocala.' The
value of the lots ran from $15 to $50,
depending on the location. Asher is
to be congratulated on his methods of
publicity and the results.
D. C. Hoad. section foreman of the
S. A. at Silver Springs, was In town
Saturday afternoon and said he had
spent Friday night with Mr. Frank
Brown, who Is growing worse and
cannot live many days. He said for
a we-k Mr. Brown has taken neither
food nor drink and is helpless.

Mr. A. A. Winer. the painter, had
P experience the other day he doesn't
care to repeat. In the rear of bis lot
he has a spring and In it a pipe to
carry the water to a pond nearby. The
other day the pipe became stopped up
and thinking it was some trash Mr.

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FOR THE ~O"TH or Z^ 1
(Copyright 1909, by C. E. leth.) s h C ti S ':' *
When the last bear rug is loaded KBl Bb olol&ina h MBI ill. Ta Fl b.
And the moving van heavily ItrA t ,- aw a ar s
Thp -uta sfram the White Mn 's- 1 1 es. u~ha* A t tb "" I
playing tr e U O_ _,A "Wi- SW ." st eariy t .his & i
Its burden of trophies ad bieat"W ka o t b II l 1t s. t temple t "
We shall sigh-and rf ar fr NO," ` k 5 b *"
Season. r er oit- w* i"t a I .
For there'll sever be aayth e fl It &t e .Ist-
In another ten thousand at yam. e ttat
n* thea,lMUSIC ,stated
The gan-met shall walk by the wagos a adot
And utter their lusty boo-hroesil .; * t G. iand he can
The stork with despair and the papers h i 0"d5lw ea soa 5* hIde e
Shall grieve for the passing of news, Sealr hs b" wM9 doIi
The lityrs s.hall come from their bwa- e5mat of Oa s&n istia. ft f
rows, hi
The fakr shall stl k out his head. bl"" th li Wahsai ngetetoI .-Fatfr
And the minlksop shall t etfge ve aklg esf has t M Warne.i '-
biding / ILa e T d Wanber In

thae wip aisn the iah expir t aJn or a-- --- ftp| on tonighiM -t.
And com the t out f t m ~ a., bh go t ih
And only teachers l te *ot o&a iI annap11"isolll "
And only the preacher Shaol pre th, a
Anti nn one shall mix it with ev ilm
And none shall put Into the bresach. A itweak <.
The tumult shall die and the shooting, l saimheti s n MiMMSt"
The hip and the hurrah expire, Wg orLaw

And the gayety relished of satiolstN 1i m'sI
Shall be one with Gomorrah and

Then wintr shall end and dthe Qe
ens -hall smile with the beauty at n Tmle 1 l
spring. The bullfrog shallwhod oa In thea m e ha ee p teW lV %
gloaming. and the robin sall merrilye snadn waa Ws IMMI &I
sing. The calf shall cavort in the pas* a b-ead at -i 0M D iA
ture wlih bliss in the pitch of hisM tA he fadu onth e
the lark shall awake In the moria g
and sing from the tip of the rails t ta 'a l li
wind shall disport with thed s te n 4
and people the tails qf the shlftts
the modester maids shall go walkln sagmgheswwwge amentd
ith shot in the hemrs of tit fir d th at ldgehaMer 0 1L Nam- am sm reI
T. R. shall sum up the matter of mid b d omet dodo" ilMO l
what may remain to be done. sad oWI 0"tiet agsui m i nMe bi i
eryone under his orders shall work 1 isk edo
a son of a gun. A few partin obn b
aL round with the House for the rub-e w W i n
heru. a message or so in the grist-and --
then we shall rest, and shall neqd It,
that seven years running have laugh- and T llma shanllpn eolat the pillow
ed, aid where we have whooped we that he has been wearhag behind.
shall have an occasional cackle with The crocas Shall wake, a the edbhird
Taft. Shall whistle tu-wbee a"d ta-whi,
And meanwhile the fleet', having f lt a ker shall druaion the cor-n-es
girdd thearth, our moe o provident Thecoo shall give at d quit
man shall beg of the Slope aot to bust The wild duck shall By, sand the hunter
us with having to gird Itagain e hall wade with his middle Imm ers-
Congress shall die,e and another shall
takQ up its burden of care, our l The parlery chill s and pe m at

eCon shallve Shall fight over who saw him ftrst,
nto the chair the Senate shall utter Ad the aleds of March shall re-
thanksgiving that Teddy has quit for ad m n
hunt, the glowing pink sideburns of
Shehan willd t ravi sh therview, nupa That Caesar was stabbed I n the Idea,
front the danger of getting a sp Confound their ak ate ptle-ildes
lug shall perish and pass out of mine, Cofon th otmtlle b
S- Alas, for the glory at o esar -is
otice was phall ed o his door, and
when he went at the enaeuantered a
dose. Black ow ad - *ko,. Sa 1
Brutus, "Da nnan-di ve mats* eat "
Sai &o pi,1esar, N e ge d n 4!61"
~ whereas by the stat at Pomae the
i' l 9 o terrible murder was done. The B ack
Hand forever!" they shoutt, and al- -& I
most a whole gradIazRE tell cm himh
!witO bashing stilettos and cut the

r ro great the wIatrin two. Alas tot the feast
of destruction that 'as Ife of exposure ,t
CHILDREN'S EYES had calloused! AlaW for the gourd-col-
If your child is backward In his hired monkeys the vessels bring ov er
studies-does not like to study, or has a balast! Alb for the mightiest fg
symptoms of headache, you w prob se occurring n bls a o p a, .but
bly find that there is some little e good for the ate w h co s
trouble. them forever to sell dea h aal
There may be no outward signs of The fateful 15th %svff *ppemsed.
a defect, yet the eyes should be the spring having b r the dove.
amined to make sure there Is no falt according to aH the tradtiseO, the gap&=

DR D. M. B&NNY, e his own, the young aolkh asal Uon

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The spring equinox shall enilve n the Mual ad Sdcal uCes, lealy bU a O
.^'-^^''^.^y last" of the month in a way, but the hi .n als-<, Dhai ngJ -fa 1r I
total effect will be nothing o o she of
the Roosevelt way. The Egtalg Apply f-r Piospeetus to the SSTER 1PU
shall flash and the thunder shall give T
c.ll's- a riA ortw1, but th ST, JOSEPH'S ACADEM y,
WEbDING BELLS MAY RING scare us Into the closet as Teidts ,
were able to do. The weather, bow- "
ard -wt-dding invitations be sent out ever, shall physic the immpritles oot .
,id libitum for many swell wedding, of Its blood, and the shall resume -
We are furniLqshing the latest and most with the blower and ,dry and case-
ri:hionable styles in wedding station- harden the mud, the farmer shall put ,
'-ry. enrave.d. and printed, at short in his garden with seed that his Con-
n.Jie. W\V al.'o engrave calling cards tresman sent, the thrush shall sit up
in all the latest and approved styles. n the treetop and anmounce that the I
CCAA i EWS COMPANY winter has went. the roadbeds shaB
,, -, ^ harden and stiffen, decreasinag the
number ofs wre k ad people may
Wh0^ ,d i "' GALA. LO
travel a little without telescoping their

SWhol im e night of the sixth han find Luna m CARRY AT ALL TIM. A
hleoC As perfectly rqad as a dish,
And the U sedac alga shall be Peisces,
I Oc. and 25c. THE JAR. Or hs thb a DoorassteD Paint%
SCRE C k The choD res bwr d Ur its power
SCREW CAP lve, In the gettingspha o wealth
Sr dAnd later spend all they ha hoared O ls,
Iftc latter, 1 heh ft=ulatterd
St .h~ at becx we ~ And rise to remark amW and them, VA Ant JCe
asemo old-maidu.h in onr aFr AS one who, has thoat of them mat-
^ ^thW iregard~ng -Eutwhio ZZd. Saw y 4tem&L Pho plba e a A &i
p r.-.C cjiidy here. 4L
NBS.l I 4 And then we shal welcome sweet
They cr. 0t'401c asd 25c bot.April.(when Tsdf shAall S uvofter, An na* a

tied godl--a way fiesh as aBMBin sample of his t d of ell. ..
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OUCALA U U NIla Saturday's perfect day w" tw-
--- - -.. :- uglyy enjoyed by Capt. and Mrs. T.
.. o .. .t .. ai. Johnon, Misses, Edith Wlllams, of0
of P. meet tonight. Ekhart, Indiana, who is spendif the

Odd F-,lo'. m S__ pole. fiara. Johnson, Grace Hltchell
Eagles meet We onslay ev.ning. and Jeslilu Martin, who compoed a
SEaes meet W ay evening. rmost delight~al party spending the
Masonss Trnt Th'rpda.- night. day at Silver Springs.
S Mao...s .t Thra Mr. Jones took the party out In his
Re .. .r--h- auvenin-'tomobile early in the morning and
/ Red Mn mn t 'Thrsday evening. th.n returned for them in the after-
non. A launch was c artered and
-tii. .. .la ho o while ?Iding part of the crowd fibhed,
SthL .ia Hous"__ ,.-i: others. with guns loaded, watch-
L t s m. Vr m t"r our .pring" It for -tame. At noontime the luneh t<... M..... ,,u& Sr. : prepared by the young ladies was
it tody. is & S. pread at the head of the Springs, and
Mr. --. M- '.--n, of Wodock,. with the fish fried. a merry time eat-
Mr. T. F. .i nd, of W. stock, Inlg prevalledT. The congenial party th-oroughly enjoyed the Oay.

Let t:s masur. you for your spring
l4uit toldy. M. FiSh, & Son. A DELIGHTFUL PARTY ,

Mr. ( J. McG'h. of Levon Is at Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce was the lovely
hli, , S '__ .. __ normal little party Saturday even-
?,Mi. Mlildf i .tl in.' -n a r .-"urnrd n., A dozen of Mrs. Koonce's most
r;;n h-.r .it t>, J. ii-. irimatp friends among the young
Sfo!!ks wt.r,: incited and the evening
Judge W. S. B,!Ilock will open court was devoted to whist The tally card&
today at Tavor s. Lake. <-f.uty. ,. were pen ,and Ink sketches of little
Silly 0'Possums. the clever work of
Mr. L.,iiis i. -iha.zi;l iz hoin-e fr:rn a NMr. Koonce. After many rounds olt
vi-it tt his his.i!thr at Charlhton. whist. which terminated with Judge
B;iil leading In score, to whom was
The Mont zurna Hotel had 25 Sun- gven a box of Huyler's delicious
(ida arriva.. swe.ts. quail salad on a lettuce leaf,
c olry Jelly, oives. wafers, coffee and
Mr F. K. K r"uch of CGainesi whipped cream were served. A very
vi.' is .t t:.* MoR;'zuma. .;. irry evening was enjoyed, which is
I, 'Ialways the case when invited to be
Neuva aid La L.'rn'. two net. Mrs. Koonct's guest.
1- rfum, s at th ',,:-t,.ffi(" Drug-

i'r. ~rvil V"in Fs ,.n *,f Itn-,'.attna, ai 'T:r' v. Ill he a meeting of the Wo-
we-ll known>;ti r.:inr, is at n'an's Auxiliary at the home of Mrs.
S thle Oc.ila Iue '. L:ashy tomorrow afternoon at 3

R. C* Davis & ('C. f .'icksnv, T 1
will 'sil any makp 'of s'c4nd-hand 9STENOGRAPHIM
typewriter upon easy terms Iftdesired. AND TYPEWRITER

-!s. ('lifton Camp nni Mlss Franis Mims Wagnon. a first-class stenogra-
Andi r-nn went t,' Jak-s,nviil, this l.,h.r arnd tyIpewriter, has opened an
aftrnon ti .t i't a fw days. offlv. in the corner of the Ocala
-- .---- Hon.s- lobby, formerly occupied by
FOR RENT --On.e nic<.ly furnlihcd the A. C. L. ticket agency, and will
front room. miodi'rn c"nv nie.nces. No. o stenngraplhing and typewriting for
24 Watula street. Z,-4-3t the public.

Mr. M. M. F'oxwtrth apdl wife ofr
Levon. wter, guest.s of tOhI' Montozumn I
ycst< rd;iy.

Now Is the time to plant your gar-
den. We have all kinds of gordes,
seed for fall planthig. Tydl!n-s & Cc

Mrs. M,aiy Tlingham returned yester-
d',v nft,.-'nr)on from a visit to rela-
tives in llr.oksville.

FOR SALE-My ,'t.stehold furnl-


I receive every day fr6m Crystal
River' choice oysters, both Inside and
Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water fish
and inulle"' I can give you the best
in l'-h any oysters, fresh and prompt-
ly delivered. Phone 219 city market;
aeconrd stallion the lest. 1-20-tf


ture. PleqM call and Inspect same. Ten years experience. References,
Abe Brow*'/' -1-23 any music teacher in Ocala, any
music house in Jacksonville. 'Phone
Mr. Frank F. King. of GrtnFhonro. 96. M. Lansford, city 1-8-tf
hrs arrtiv.d In the city and is with the
C,.al:, Steam T.aundry. OYSTERS AT ELK CAFE

Neeyan and T a T:it.'trff-. 't*r. now- Ful' fr;. ............. ... ..... 40c.'
ywrftnies at the Postoffl-e Drug- .Half fry ... ... ... ... ... ... 25c.
Store. 3 Milk tepw ........ ......... ... 3c.
Plafin te*v .... ..... .... ....... 30c.
**- Vr. W. A. M"rhead, countyy s'r- D)oen raw .... .... .... ....... 25c.
v- ,v yr, .v''w t to inv# rness t)is after- nia d'-doen raw ..... ... ... ... 16C.
noon to d s rv any hour-from B a. m. to 10i p. m
v6ryr'day In the week. Oppo-ite ".?
Mrs. H. P. P'lark-so has returned C passenger deot.
from O.ln.rvi'-'. 1'.",, s 'e spent _
Fre%'ral (':;v. with h r two I rnthers. I CABINET MAKING

Nenya and La 'i7yerno. two nev, h, hav- .-opened a shop at C. J.
perfumes at the Pr-:tofi-c Druii- 1%.eavcr's. No. 31 North Third street.
etMO. ihreariww are fully equipped with the
Si'otlt rxlterial-and knowledge to do all
.M... Mary Howard of ntki. pint inds of cabinet making, window and
Saturday and Sunday in iec.tlaa the, k ~r ~aiens 4nd all kinds of carpen-
gu S--. make a specialty of job work. Phone
Send us your prescription ; ,pe ni be pleaoed to call and
We are thoroughly prepared to hand ive yu itprices if you W~ll phone or
it. Tydings & Co. write' tis. Respectfully.
S2- --tf MANN & DAILY.
Go.t your Eastera -uit irn;lh at M. ',
Fishel & Son's S' ouri samples on RbOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
display. I .

E ev eral comfortable rooms arranged
Sponges. spiongs. direct from the .fr housekeeping. third floor Star
fisheri. Prices that surprise. at th' building. Avly at Star office.
Anti-3onopoly Drug.atore. i "
C. C. Wells. with the Meffort and ;a '. :-
Maynard Co.. at P."k Spritni. wa have a large supply of fresh.
Sbusiness caller i: town tidli.". guaranteed melon, cantaloupe and gar-
- .. (ln seeds of all kinds for the Apring
One pounds of papTr and two "' jpllanting. See us before buying your
of er.elorvs. very lbest gra-de, for 50 -supply. Tywings and Co.
cents at Tydinz! & LCo.

(let your K.'at'r suit nmale aqt M.
i &shel & Son's. 'ee ou.r s.imp! on ~i ost fertilizer for garden, grass or
display. flowers. '$ per two-horse load. B.
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Royal Scarlet Lemon Cling
Peaches... ... ... ...3.57 per dox
Reyal Scarlet Yellow Free
Peaches... ... ... ...$3.38 per doz
Robin Hood Lemon Cling 4
*Peaches... ... ... ...$310 per dos
Robin Hood Yellow Free
..Peaches ...... ......2 per doz
Lily White Lemon Cling
Peaches ...... .... .$2.50 per des
Lily White Lemon Cling
Peaches ... ... ... ...12.45 per des
Royal Scarlet White
Cherries ...........2* per dec
Robin Hood White
Cherries..... ... ..$.44 pear de

The above are all Calorash
Fndts, IN8 pack. Nofng be-
ter can be pt up in cans.
For a linid ime at Ie


('ol. Byrne. T. S. A., retired, Is a
visitor in Ocala and a guest of the
Ocala House. HP. is the owner of a
very valuable tract of timber lands
in the western portion of Marion
county, which he is inspecting.

Mrs. R. 0. Bell and little daughter,
G!adys. of Latimer. S. C.. after a very
pleasant visit of sev,,ral weeks In this
city with MArs. Bell's daughter, Mrs.
\V. 1. McIlvaine, returned home yes-

Mrs. D. S. McKean and little granl-
.,"ight.r have returned to their home
al Sarasota after a host delightful
viwit in O(-ata with Mrs. McKean's
son. Mr. George McKean and family.

Physicians' prescripuons, family re-
cipes, all orders for medicines filled
under i ositive guarantee at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore. Only Squlbbe
chemicals and Parke Davis & Co.'s
drugs sold at this store-both guaran-.
teeing purity and strength.
Neuya anw La Luzerne, two new
perfumes at the Postoffiee Drug-

We carry the best line of toilet ar-
ticles, sqa; s. perfumes, etc., in the
city. Come in and be convinced. Ty-
dings & Co.

Mrs. T. E. Bridges, with Mrs. Her-
ron and Dr. and Mrs. LaValle Green,
returned Friday from TamMa. Dr.'
Green is Mrs. Brnldg-s and Mrs. 1er-
ron's brother and was recently mar-
rid in Tami)a to Miss l'-tie Yancey,
dlahtIhttr of <,x-Senator Yancey. The
w(.ddi;g was vury pretty and largely
attended. Dr. Green and his bride left
Ocala Saturday and after making
short stops in Jacksonville, Savannah
and Charlh1Ai)n. they will arrive home
in lishopville. S. C.. Wednesday and
that evening they will be the honoree"
at a large and elegant receptioN to be"
given by Mrs. Herron, Dr. '.Green*a
sister. *

Mr. Rollie Keating. who went to
Jacksonville to see the head-on col-
lision between two railroad locomo-
tives, returned this afternoon.
Mrs. Herron. of Bishopville. S. C.,
who came to Ocala last week and with
her sister, Mrs. T. E. Bridges, went
on to Tampa to attend her brother's
wedding, Dr. L. Green to Miss Yancey,.
returned to h.r home Sunday.

R. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75 e:
each; $7.50 per dozen.

Mr. J. D. Buckalew, a regular win-
ter. visitor to. Ocala from Jameburg;
N. J.. went to Lake Weir Saturday to
sp1 nd some time at the Pleasant Hills

All pre. ,ripltions filled at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore are filled byb
drugs and chemicals guaranteed under
the Pure Food Law. They use Squibbe'
chemicals, guarantee No. 75; aleo
Parks Davis & Co.'s laboratory drugs,

none equal, guarantee No. 6. Always
the best, the motto.

Misses Jean and Louise Teague re-
turned Sunday from Lady Lake, where
they went Friday afternoon to visit

Mr. f'. J. Blake of 'Ta w;,.'.. vhli, has their parents.
been spending a fw dayI, in th, city'." SEED POTATOES FOR SALE
has returned home. 1 200 bushel yellow yam and several John Heintz, the florist, is getting
other Varieties; also several hundred his floral conservatory in splendid
Have yo see. n e n.-w vis lb. Fay-. bhel; eatlAg potatoes; four young condition. His yard bas a bautil typ.-wrter R. C. Davi& ro s. esh milkers, at a bargain. upI of uhta h a b..e. which .en
Pgneral ag.-nts H. v.. n,or,. than I need. Fifty pair ,"r sought aft'r f'r their tender
eNtr a large H,-minz pig-eons. match- ilrd Ilioat ftav or w hen cooked while
Neuyn ard la IL.u'7rne. two nw (Id. Have no time to look after them. has hot h' :"si". a prfect field of
perfumes at the Postofflce Drug- D. M. Boney. Ocala, Fla. 2-10 yCunt: ro)se.s that are budding andr
Sore. "bloso-iiming beautifully. he cutting as
Smiany as twenty dozen roses a day
A, .;:r RT A f1,-., .n i, r,.,r,,...' from : from them. Mr. H. has discovered the

Clsarwtter. w '''1 ~ b~ for 14
so. ti~nq,eand lis a gee -t 1.f tLf' Ocala f*'
Ht ""'uH en. I



You are invited to attend our spring
oneninc of tailor mide clothis. M.
Fiheil & on. Comvr around '. s,"n
as you can.

Mt. Jobn rC"',bo>. ,>f Pniell n. one
of the prp- t'ti of that city. was n
town ystIteray an this morning. a he P is
gtve.. ot the Mont,'.uma. '

iOR tPONT-Two sunny front rooms RE.M
O1 Frwt' hing avenue. Furnished or
*Ufjlkbtd. No .light housekeeping.; VA at no
nao chdrn. Address P. 0. Box 346. ct- "--

Cal-tn ano see the pretty mine ,of H i lt
9--r#&A Ms flittf wp fir# is..

oJwl it s

Start of growing roses to perfection.
Jd w There was considerable excitement
a in the first ward Saturday night. It
TIse'n ams sonime one was prowling around
,,Jr the home of Mr. T. E. Pasteur, our
county treasurer. Footsteps were
la a heard on the rear porch and Mr. Pas-
JR i4AUL t, ur took his trusty revolver and pro-
ceeded to interview the intruder. As
soon as the prospective thief saw Mr.
') Pastevr coming, he broke and ran and
i t'hMe to Incrca'e his speed Mr. Pasteur sent
a few shots after him. with the de-
sired effect.

it j PLg fl G Mrs. Jake and Sirs. /Will
. 1* 1 G(itn w.nt down to Homosassa yes-
St'rray to be the guests of Mrs J. J.
A, gOOd Williams of that place In a house-
hoat r,'. it-.


A board et nde aeetisn
baeld Wednetay aftmN et t S.
to hear Mr. A. P. R -t iji
to bring his msailsea, d. m l
Springs to Ocala. Ib a
ant business p pu 6 M
not only every memb tr Ii ttif ,
but e*vry ciisea of O-tb
present. Wil ye a .
C. L. Bitter, secretary.


Messr P. V. LeamosioI 3.
W. Tckher wiB eW tin
Domne orm e ir
a fewo l daysa. Ah "=-
ready forth.e
Bnto as t*h em1 '-i
warnmer tuee *men
open the plate ThAs At bg -. .
run a. strictly ts-elss mr
and t highest claw a plto w re i

people of Ocala an eVMing m-u-M
meant that Is dethned n bee -4*
of the city'W greatest attraeMtk


The Globe SheOe was etered tat
night by thieves ad rbed of WM
worth .merchaisel. The.
was made by the rear Aor W th
brace and bit The actSeUe" Ibs
thieves must have bep vea, Meal-b
.ratte, as they chose two t$10 SMa-'
cases and filed them with the best
suits in the store, also shoe.l hats,
including eight watches, ranuh t 1fW
value from $20 to $25. They did M ot
try the money drawer.


A little son was born last niht at
10:30 to Mr. and Mrs. H qrbeft
Jones at their home on Nortr*
nolia street Dr. Powers was "the a
tending physician. Motboher a
are doing well. Th s t he paIs --
in the family anad Mr. and Mis. nJiQ
are very proud of the little fellow.

The Junior League bel aL very l'-u
treating missionary meeting yeder
day afternoon led by Marart Utti
There were r 5 members present
nine' visitors. CaruletodK ria m-I
ed at the organ and Ray
gave a blackboard drawing on mis-
sionary ships. Rev. R. .F Barett
gave an Interesting account of Bihp
Taylor's first missionary trip aboard A
ship as debt passenger. A small Jap-
an~ee house was used In Illustrattg
"how the Japanese live." TheMb-
Ject for next eabbath will be ",em
the Savior," led by Atvis '2hadem
There till be a blackboard talk and
an object leeso. 'The Judior will
hold their Maftd business meeting o
Friday aft&66na at the home of
Martha Kate Rentx on Fort Ki av-
enue, to which every Junior sa urged
to come, officers with a full report.

Mr. W. D. Carn, who aoek a O-
missioner for the Ma.iop..countr m e
hiblt at the state l n 4qturne4 home
Saturday night. Mr. Carp is de-erv*
ing of great praise for the failhli and
admirablee manner he looked af tie0
Interest o .the exhibit' at tbe air.
While there h# 4d. good work fMr Ma-
rion county. apd. the mannr *e. oaa-
swered the thousands of questUm
put to him by visitors from other
states, who wished to know a l.about
our natural resources, li boumd to
bring results.

Mr. 4. -A. Winer baa dismantled the
old greenhouse next to his own resl-
dence, 'which in year g"one by became
famous as the seat of growistg e ly
cu umbers and tomatoes fwr the ta-
bW of the Ponce de Leon Hotel, at I.
Augustine. He will fill In the let -d
make a nice lawn.

Don't forget the meeting at the
board of trade at 5 o'clock W -odNa-
day afternoon to take up the maKtlr
o6f the Rentz Silver Sprlngs-Oels

.Mrs. V. C. Detterich and two little
daughters. Kathleen and Mary. arriv-
rA yesterday afternoon from Braden-
town to make their home in the city
with Mr. DettericLh. For a short de
the family will be at the residence fW
Mr. Detterich' brother. Mt. A.
Detterleh.* In the first ward.
Miss Laura Norwood. m Oeass, Is
in the city for a viit with hdro-llue .
Miss Bertha WlHiamm---)-Staine

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Roerts have
gone to Osona, where Mr. UVtharts will
have charge of the Coast liame atee
for the next few weeks.

Mr. !Kad Mrs. IFank Dditiy ia
*mart little son came p from Dun
nellon yesterday to visit Mrs. Dorses
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L MacDo-
vid. *

The elegant Fischer piaeo at the
Methodist church Is for sae at a bar-
gain. Terms to suit ber. This
piano has been publicly raised by
Misses Tucker and Baraett iad otheu
until I need not mentlos t merits.
See me at once. Phone 20k 3-1-2t

Dan Miller, who Is emplegd la hte
phosphate mines at, speMt
SundAy with his parent Mr. ad
Mrs. D. A. )KIDer, Fort Kaff avenM.
Mr. Fred Welhonw, who spot a
weeks th h wife at
returned to Palatka yesterdw. whre
he Is employed by the VOa Cy-
pes Co.

Mr. H. W. Dougass, wto b eaM l
passing for the Ocaai M le Weo a.
returned Saturday from a Asoee
trip to Inverness aid lda 1el. ft



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We kfA.CM*lit b -'

ut the Sod baJe ms *M
4De:olvNb.'k Te Ia segpeelafl es
!!!4 k3. to otb a 0" r votaho o .

"ie coon="mlMte

Jove v~s ds0 sape to -WA6

Yo aebtd ito atten wq"n &

Pisbel A S. Comesp oua a
a s ag. flog "m 'y

Mr. ChMs. A. Ba m who 'aSp
bee. in a GalaessUo w r th t r
meathog reftee to Ocals yomwfl
aad h- hisuol peltiM wh tb

There we only two Ms in *athe
mayor s eomrt this korging. Put
a nero arraigned t -*e
Actin Mayor J. M. MNWRst Itmedl
14 and costs. Tie stims' case wet
castlmusd. .. ,.;

4"; *

., Our talloreagm sUle here and iatt4a
.to take yowur 1Measre tfor a,
*slet. Comse sand lok thros e -^eogh^Taa
samples. M.1IkI 8< M S
* 0 A' " lo '.bmot
The n sam AM Snday aftumooi at
abot 3 oaietk was trmd in biy Mr. '
. 1X Whaley. who was paiigta
Morantama .hot' when h wa -s
formed that there was a fle i tM i
eaNst eMat of th bldindlg, over the B
Chfteae 86aary. CHe lstantly o--Ph 5

ersot wih mada quick to the aj l
scms Eat after-- a lgest search ^ |y^^
Ci ihse the stlarm proved -
ftelv em,= a& aNhtae chimney eft- x\ --'-Kj
ted ,mjisl Bisg-e. The sMaorm o* ft 'M is'
OS?'wlslm P-1,'d -v
.drtw a btx~e ow&.. ..'' **Rx -

wear ik. yea"to.

*eesra. it S. H Ea X,

Mrs. I. M. Hampton. who aM been Mrs. W.j
Visiting Mrs. Wilder In Tampa for the Gacmble,
paist tea days returned home yester- boroughh BI
day .fe"non- Masc.*tslaumd
Jlae bb and
Nas M. S. heBtstO.". who has is
beatte c. =aiesnewa i ti e i -. thW G0w a

Sagn asM .
x- Ce c-6b~. a: lttBM** the a os e eM Roal Oad h
day -iow dssrs .t sc'a. e aad M2

Dbwm~sig; ade I*Detroit. NlCIL Me~
WOl be thin. for tw mo=andarLs.Tj
)am" an se eelsly Inte*to cal hd as d
-ats aoftwedu~menmtiL.
Mr. Cia". WEUsen ad wife .1 Dan-
bury. Conn.. w arhee onamiva "to0
tbgr muslas, M.a" Mm George84.4

a"d Uavsx. W. Mt isonIs proin-
se"Ini 09tehaftting InblryIn Daa-,
~ik7s KMhW ey eenyWiMtoe
amy a e fhidm"y or"a~der troule
ta"to "t -bepd a@ e rea *e MOO.
chm. h I

Ig BfW* ~eo ibts

R. WsabMissfmaW

Is #smdbg tMe winter 4Pw ishM u
tsa" aid f*3yvIftthe 1 widI*

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EleantFrechstyle C 6
Panel arch RockervJ3o"e
kLmazvedos olo r mlta renuukably fue chafr.
M~ 1 qartredemshigly peliahed a briiztO :l gkda
I wr ~rog~ybuRilt. eta!' gat Vie stores Er *$.rao
butom ac oun 0our ireftt amanufacturing fa'L'ir:s we
Selitt~alorus lThs hews you what yet:can ftvc
im e M4,I* ha cto ry C*t makes rOtL ng butt
=M Weiae awul menc puie s, whtchere n *.e Sut t
Myou Of at leastA third 0e ei'ery cl-iir -- U1,4. T.1`0
-hot this mnovirlstolm fts:rls?.z,- lyo;; hr!'Cnim you
afford not to oemui for o'irf;Lee iu-.Iat~ J c.ta.CzgUCt t-dY
Over am. Ciferitat kigids of chatm' for parlor, dfnift-
room, kiticbes, pofthi b 1. stnr, ,o 'Bee, from t he Chwmet
to the bnt we OshewsIn tVm lasgje UmmfGete aI
guaxaateed exwdty mrepmesnted, or your woucy back
RMS UA F EI, 3M m uNo F lmJacuamwU. FIAla



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In Anmwerin@ this Advertisement, Refer to this Paper.


that is popular with bookkeepers, as-
c'' intants, clerks and everyone be
a-s blink books, mercantile and me-
cin! stationery you can secure at aB
te,. fr<.m our superior stock. We
have everything In this line of tMe
b--st manufacturer in blank books,
at<:in' ry. typtewriting supplies. nlks
l'-stIm. r1ni;cllage. etc.. at prices that
art, inducemrents to those using arge
quOcala NewtCo

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Tickets on Sale Feb. 28, March I and 2
ustl Limit March 10.
For Reservation or Information call on

City Pass. and Ticket Agt.,
Ocala, Fla.


Neuya and La Luserne, two new


at the Postoftce Drug-

1iv. Patss Agt., ,
Tampa, FIa,

i A Parisa newpaper ep"af t l-
letrlng eonversantlo In a pola e cot:
The president addrei4ng the prionmr,
saul steruly. "It appears from yea
record that you hare been thirty-sevm
times convicted." To which the pri-
oner answers sententiously. "Mae is
not perfect."
| of iod health should prevent ek-
n nos in'tsvad of letting thentelves g"t
i c: and then try to cure it. lo10W
i,-a yu kt-ep your liver, bowels and
t tor,nna,;ih n healthy and active emn-
iii >n vyou won't get sick. Bafarfs
HIi'~'l" ,elleves constipatiop. Iunt-
I1v, liver a~,d all stomach and bowet
J tr,'!>!Es. Sold by the AntI-MORopoly

An old iady setog two boys ghting
wnl-:#Al up to them and said to the
oldest one: "Tou naughty boy. you
mnusIn't quarry. Youn sbould I tM t
ive andt ta!e." %
Youth-That's just what I did, iWl-
*s a. I a,-ve 'Im a punch In the eef A
'took hi er!luge.


On a '."nv right Alex. Benton, Or
F-ort EDwl'rd. N. T-. climbed Bald
Tneuntnin to the' home of a neighbor.
tortured hy arthma, bent on cartng
Nirr ith T-r. Nfm~s New DlscOvWrl'
ihvt!j0cirtod hilreiri of -&%-.
This u-n~t-iurulvuedic~ne soon rellev-
d ~and inickIr cetre-,Ih13 neigbarb.


to" dthum to g- t ahUSA the 8..TsghHFpeW
toole od bur u ~ i h the 5. mbry. N, C., Who is the author of wn
-*W bothered W= n* W" a helwm~ kIewrite.m -For several yeat m
~. t. was afflicted with Ofney 4.~m
Imm apamsofrmWe- Mlast. winer I nwa mtml*k
Yomen Wit 4b ,Vre l*11l in"I
sum~gft& A L&w eamableWh& b6W e dh ~d
amnt Ib6 bat theybM aN em tar*WO N ab to gSt upWitbOut sithe
fuly S *=aft"that ig Vo #WMMWy My urine coalaled a Mthikwhite sMd-
less* pk mcota IN l 5as i passed same frequestW
,0.,, bd. dwf*day A" v fkbL t aeo mnuenced -
about th0 esaew 1 V6 e to itebadw. FPoky's Kidxm mmey *ed, "d fe"
tie! ep tee bu ber int ~ 406a my urine becaine gise iI cpe
offabbthefully recommend PNoisy's
p~ses.A pfIGamMOladyt IV j up
yaw's agPIWM gProgremov at -tb Cnyub
be*k Md bernWeO Shah id&A Me h
"eskM *t notft d~Mbe heOWed
em"tebetwe th lavem tt wmat it a mlwSON".'a
am e*.w &-. :'t -z

AIIW th al6W Sm' waro
thve u m. I am tafer414Y.~~
ofe th S =WweWWI aft too uldcm ilad, bodla and i. chkig pwls

loveW -* ef aM OwRSdh Tthhr eau oI. W lan ~a
do 09 tft MMtesSAW tb&Wt.- Ohammt Iswpsom" M pieost -we
thsme a*othe. Umbm an pd nled Itcum irag o te tat pands.' SolO01i
Helm Omm ftWhile hMdhe V" b drmeam, inmeL SeA. aaftlba NI
storyof hw %oedOhf maMUbi UMO t S u IPW"P'0,0NO. O4fU

W thokbme to Pfttb'iePg-
I & t os h L O o t q d W m'I a m t UT s*t h*h p l m a s ~ t
ISM Ab.iftA& UM ....A h# t W m i fu.?



*..eei~e meooe~ ~71* AW 1

*060im"0 -owe atool'5AUab -5

Sift&. h-t &imoob haNhhdi.e -ne4

Sur" kat as ib s mmi' o
___ dwV -ism4:v


via bed -~ i4-#S Ad-0

Progress' and severl ther.Othnamaes04
of. which I have forgOtten. He told Meets every Wednesday evening'at
Me .tha h O W MW ikto take the W.3: 16 o'clock. Visiting brethren &I-
to him mat mhe a pkk -oft hem "S,-eWas ec

No tau an be boviib 7: -J4

be m om I r.ainyti bug
no Cow~mOskALAaCH P4%* a1N0.

vim ata 1U

W ed Mm a I U BrewO, I r S.. -~ - ,
ce~daw't aud Windaed ff th m. IS *W,

t n atheo xi ( sI e mom w -

feitime Iessd, attem Notoo to NOWt remgular nontwy meetbn#
ot ma b e zmtW IsOW00I Be .be heW d Patdrey'e'rnuiu- Mfrek 1It. at.
He.D- $20 Lw It to O~mfefeaate ~O8~kI ~lO etVI~
mey-lem tham a dollar Is peem- O elf a iV s W em -J
%bOck-samd took It away wfth MU&. I K mt lehi. t
Somehow, or aathe, the aft m- -
ekted my em W hft I bad buWei' ivOUR LivR
~t theetbherad of the Won Ithd aW&1 .
*gK Im of him I 1 6 t" "we uceais ~ ~ C
cc "Pilundafs Progra" OaGNO INSheIn' Yor m8mthb. Two wn
was esasdlt t. Wift I ~o~him to atlaulets-. 761Wi voa.Just.wv;
I askdmdhim V he w emoibc e R Ieftble.'the Ureir rag atibr, A a'7
about. smet bwftg a4e tore@ad. hettbe Ocuf* 14w Gmmdatfisn yreo
lastedoing Wb.auftqdU sAd AM1 lvbrer OmjIelts. s-
-To do I.eS? a&oft M* St Wrth, ISMS wwlr: U
honbaba Itor my- tibuM- 04

&~e .M. mu tm sow SomeI for. lm"ftm W b-the.Atk.up)
got an abosthbLam '.rV~e
Theirwere a Law Tank" priosies
of war IntmOs tow" at the time Who Mr. ftSWell-I drappad aesut %16th
had been captured the autumn before gottr and It has redcedame to POT--~
at a bO fgb hattb"OufI~n" GI artyW.
The*weemeftd bwhe do *4 t P"Ofty by t mi
bad atmya bern edS U"is A*.
eA 8 Idthia. a" A* bump* Mt W muu*sm' jg.K

eae Irm a sm"We, a QleW Mr

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