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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 2, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (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: VID03104
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Volume 14, No. 236.


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R. D. FU LLER, OF THE WOLD tat ofhioCity of Toledo,
OI E OF THE WORD Lucas County. s,.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
DENTAL SURGEON he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. (Cheney & Co.. doing business in the
ice Oz'cr Mumoac & Chambliss' Of the State of Florida Wi!I Meetin city vof Toledo. county and state afore-


VINCENT C. DETTERICH, Manager. (olo., uncle of D. H. Pettys. will ar-
rive in a few days. Mr. Heath is en
route to Lake Okochobee. where he is
interested in a big land deal. but will
TERIstop for a few days' visit t his rel-
VETERINARY a:tive- at Mclntosh.
Miss Eva Johnson of Reddick. Is
Tf PIT AL visiting Miss Mamie Thomas.
SAMru H. c. alily and wife of Atlanta.
I a- stopping with Capt. B. F. Dorsey
and wife-.
Mr. Harold Van Ness and wife of
City horses boarded by the month. althriore are visiting S. H. Gaitskill
or boarded and cared for If desired. and wife. Mr. Van Ness is a son of
Horses fed also by day or meal. Mr. Euigene Van Ness. who was well
Horses and all ,lomfstic animals ltnnwn here and who had done so much
treated. Thoroughly rilpped for b1.frr his death for the growth and
performing any operation. i ldvancmient of Mclntosh. However.,
Scientific horsesho'ing .lone. M1r. Hatoild Van Ness has shown his
ooe,, judgment and the wisdom of his
1 D P*ATi 7 S father by declaring he was gsing to
Have a honwe at Mcintosh.
o P. GURRANMr. Joseph t(nombs and wife of Ar-
CITY VETERINARIAN cola. III., are again welcome visitors
Day Phone IP Night Phone 195 to 11l1ntosh.
D Pon 1i Po 9 Quite a surprise as well as a deserv-
- In compliment was given Mr. S. H.
Gaitskill in the way of a present by
SIV the Van Ness heirs, as heirs of the
R & M Aa u |1llru. sh estate. This present was a
IRE TO- H I" Hgaitskill. Arredonda. 20 years." Mr.
*UNE.AL DIRECTORS Gaitskill having been their agent for
thlthe last twenty years. and this
Undertakers and Enibalmers token speaks the esteem and worth of
a faithful servant of this fidelity and
D. L MolVER ALFRED E. OWLN s.r\ice many of us can testify.
Under lakers J K. Christian. of the firm of Chris-
tian & Dickson Company has gone to
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes altror and other astern cities to
Fine as n uia o buy spring gods for his firm.
All Work Done by Licensed Em- .ewis t M. Neal has returned home
balmcrs and Fully Guaranteed. af,. r a month's visit with his brother.
J. S Nal.." at this place.
-- -. Mr. Cameron of Dunnellon Is visit-
ing his brother. J. L Cameron. and
I ti "ill again likely move to Mclntosh in
if,' PBth* near future.

sIhouhl be studied by evcry parent. If
yo'jr child is nervous fretful, starts
in its sleep. is pasty faced, has rings
under Its eyes, always seems hungry,
i is not gaining weight, you can be sure
the trouble Is worms. White's Cream
aity V.ermnifuge s an absolute cure for
worms. I.4 its own purgative. Sold
n by thut Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

said. and that said firm will pay the
for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De-
cember. A. D. 1884.
A. W. Gleason. Notary Public. '
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, and acts directly on the blood'
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
A few more horses for sale by the
Tompkins. Cobb Company, which will:
be closed out at figures that will com-
pel buyers to take note of the fact.
Tompkins. Cobb & Company.

The merits of (he Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
months' treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St.
Louis, Missouri.

Mq bicycle, a Columbia No. 19406.
was taken away by mistake or stolen
ten days ago from near the bank cor-
ner. If parties will return same no
embarrassing questions will be asked.
A. E. Gerig.

La grippe coughs are dangerous as
they frequently develop into penu-
monia. Fbley's Honey and Tar not
only stops the cough but heals and
strengthens the lungs so that no ser-
ious results need be feared. The gen-
uine Fotey's Honey and Tar contains
no harmful drugs and 'is in a yellow
package. Refuse substitutes. Sold by
all druggists.

B.Juik. Tampa Next Week to Form a New
OCALA FLORIDA Jurisdiction
TERM.S. CIASHI. i Tampa. Fla.. March 2.-Next we-ek
will witn,.ss th,. gath-ring of an im-
1,'.ilanit convention in Tampa, when
J C !frtn ;.i 11 partss of th state dele-gates
J. E. CHACE 'fr-ein th, d me n of th \VWorldl will assemble for the
DENTAL sURGE CN a elos.- of organizingg the n-w jurls-
;'lictin ,f the order. which action has
Room'9 9, 10 and I T. ,h-n neve'ssitate.d by the large increase
Second Floor, If lder Bhlck, -,f me-mbe-rship within the past few
S.I; ars in this .state.
OCALA. FLORIDA i Th.. n,.w jurilicti,,n will be known
i u iurtis'diitnon V. and will be corn-
TER.1lS. CASH. e, 1 spolhvly of campf;s in the state of
-"* lrida. th.- organization of the same
h, ilrig ,arriedl out under the directions
;,f 1I. W. Jewell. of Omaha, Neb.. who
L. F. BLALOCK will offlrlate as chairman.
SThe' |-ining ceremonies of the con-
l en ti-'n will ecur at 10 o'clock on the
nal SUfrgeo0 morning of Tuesday, March 9, in
Weedm,-n', hall. which b is already
Ofice Over Commercial Bank iw,.. t.lstfully lee-.,ratel "or the oc-
'e:i-ion and diluring the. whole three
PhouiC 211 Sbeei;s .-n designated as headquarters
Office Hour"s- to 12 a. m.; I to 5 p.m f,,r t, dele,-gat,.
TlR.1fS CASH!. .Ti. 4Il:ltte-., tf whom it ti expert-
TE. TRM.IS, CASH.'. ,, th),r.. r ,II not i w less than 150
S-- - ipr.-snt. will be- met at the boats and
trains by the r- caption committee ap-
oU i nted from the local camps and ev-
C harles D. Hulber, M. D.Iorythlng possible done for their en-
St rtainment during their stay in the
I, ity.
Homeopathic Physician At t1,. ame time that the Woodmen
and Srgoon ',r. hiding th'-ir coinvinlion the
an ur \7VWVo)Ulm,'nit is Circh- will also be iln eq-
Offlce Second Floor The Munroe and i'"'in
Chambliss Banik Bullling. Ocala. Thi. followln- program has been
Florida. ;irra.nge-'l fr hit.- three- days, though
of cours.. tli,', are' liable to be some
T,'le'phonrs: Of ffi,. '2. I:,.sience, 221 slight changes. notice of which will
Office Hours 1h given out later:
Tup.,esday. 10 a. m, opening ceremo-
9-12 a. m., 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-8.10 n. m. ni, s; 2 p. m.. business session: 8 p.
... -- i m.. exemplification of protection de-
gree. Wednesday. 9 a. m. and 2 p. m.,
bus1 siiess es.ssions: 7:30 p. m.. theater
1pirty; 9:30 p. m.. banquet Thursday.
SC. BLANCHARD n.. business session; 1:30. trolley

Plans furnished ha., many obstructions, but none so
delsprat" as floor health. Success to-
on application. iay demands he'alfh. but Electric Bit-
ters is th greatest health builder the
P.O. BOX 46. OCda, Fl. i world has ever known. It compels
perfect action of stomach, liver, kid-
e. ys. bowls, purifies and enriches the
blo,'. and tones and Invigorates theo
THE OMMER-IAL ,,wholo system. Vigorous body and
THE COMMER AL ,n brain follow their use. You
HARBB SA 0P can't afford to slight Electric Bitters
BARDBER SHOP if weak. run-down or sickly. Only
.,). Gum.,anteed by all druggists.

Opens into the lobby of the' McINTOSH
O0ala lHoute. A Well Deserved Tribute Paid to Mr.
- --- S. H. Gaitskill
Offers the verv best service of Mrs. R. J. Fowler and her daughter.
skilled workmen with modern ap- Mrs. Willie' H. Johnson. of Delta. 0.,
mitarn. ill r'-turn to McIntosh in a few days.
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elc- anid in all probability call this home
trick fans. electric massages. f-,r a while.
J. D. 'arwide of Abbyville. S. C.. is
eot Rnninog Water at all Times vit'ig R. C. Stevenson and family.
I I. 4'. J. Heath of Cclorado Springs.


is out of order. You go to bed in a
bad humor and get up with a bad taste
in "your mouth. You want something
to stimulate your liver. Just try
Herbine. the liver regulator. A posi-
tive cure for constipation, dyspepsia,
and all liver complaints. Mrs. F.-. Ft.
Worth. texas, writes: "Have used
Ilerhine in my family for years.
Words can't express what I think
about it. Everybody in my household
is happy and well, and we owe it to
Herbine." Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore. I
Notice Is hereby given that all per-
spns holding the aluminum checks is-
sued by our company, are notified to
present same at our office on or be-
foee March 4th. 1909. to be redeemed.
as a different method of paying off
will be used after that date.
The McDowell Crate & Lumber Co.
Oak, Fla:, Feb. 25th, 1909.
The demand for that wonderful
stomach, liver and kidney cure, Dr.
King's New Life Pills-is astounding,
say all the druggists; that they never
saw the like. Its because they never
fall to cure sour stomach, constipa-
tion, Indigestion, biliousness, jaundice,
sick headache, chills and malaria.
Only 25. For sale by all druggists.
One of the great about the house Is one of those Amer-
ican Electric Smoothing Irons. Heat-
ed In a minute, an even *emperatjre,
never soiled or smoked. Get your wife,
mother or sister one of them. Two
sizes and prices. Ask iH. W. Tucker
to show them to you.
Health is Worth Saving, and Some
Ocala People Know How
to Save It
Many Ocala people take their lives
In their hands by neglecting the kid-
neys when they know these organs
need help. Sick kidneys are responsi-
ble for a vast amount of suffering and
III health, but there !s no need to suf-
fer nor to remain in danger when all
diseases and aches and pains due to
weak kidneys can be quickly and per-
manently cured by the use of Doan's
Kidney Pills.
Jos. Eckert, living on Thompson St.,
Starke, Fla., says: "I am very glad
to recommend Doen's Kidney PlUs as
they proved of great benefit to me.
At the time I began their use my con-
dition was very poor. The kidney se-
cretions were Irregular in action and
when allowed to stand deposited a
sediment. My back ached intensely.
and was very lame and sore. It was-
ihard for me to stoop or lift. I could
not rest well at night, and mornings
upon arising, was tired and worn out.
When I heard of Doan's Kidney Pills.
I decided to give them a trial and pro-
cured a box. This remedy effected a
complete cure in my case. The back-
apho andrl Iamene, m Almenw,.a theh


the internal Improvement fOdbe- B
ted to be in question. E-Goveror
Jennings advised the e"setment of a
lANY STYLE gan acreagef 0u met
A upon the lands to be benefited, with-
out regard to Its ownership so that
-- In the event the state bold loa s r anY.
'SH i-[ NE lands at. a mallfure to r c man
the drainage work. that the lbade b.-
ing benefited by the drainage should
share In the burden, a be prearmi
Tthe original act a pasMed by the g M
,,ture in 116, which was afterw=r omm W
attacked by thie land companies, and
KEAfl K U Judge LAcke held that the law was
unconstituton al.
S Ex-Governor Jenfasn as coU ael Assisted by G-smf_ H o-- bkooiN "..t ..
for the board of drainage commi- Rider-Ksy, sep iw
OYSTERS -. then rewed aend- FU
O Y S TRA M S ~iment to the law, advising that the r COCR edp
_,_ l ,~legislature had power to enact such 0su Tse1d0y 0it0a 0a00a;ig
an acreage tax and be drafted a sMl Crida@," with Jats k hi.
C. J. PHI LLI PS that was ased sy t' d_ Yeu* Uy .haay ll m.
kgislature of 1907 a d became a law. *SAW NICTf S
under which the land compamles
aCtw a "0lidh B r again instituted suits to enjoia the dem. Aidrsws aMi s .wlg
collection of the tax, and have the .. T. T. .


eFOR NOWTAL A ;.-S t,.,t.
The annual e Meareti at O -
RailCounty riHsltal Ae"i tha Cory A :
Railroads te"luritlo the 'i forelection of otkwers will brahM at 4:39
the Necessary Timber, Which is P n. March 13, 190, at the bhophtat.L i
All contributimg membrt W -MUMg
Constantly Becoming Sareer to be present to bee r epa.ts M-
Washington. March 2.- atthe that mayS m e -bef'-"o"e"e
humble railroad tie is a most havpet- D. S. Woodiow, uI L,
ant factor in the materiel lop- Atn : W. V. Neoweuw. -estw
ment of the country is a great trWb Va h F 2 -IM
that is little understood by pep .e
outside of railroad cirIles. Tbh p*ff.
a mile or more a minute over the.
country is a slave to the two stel 8 l A Owe. r I eO
rails that Insure a smooth and M Mfe w e mew t18ia uewm a
road. and these rails in tuis depend whle made It advent last wk is a
on the old-fashioned wooden croestle nobalej ae to e am Io "to
which holds them in place : bests IA eay t as l k.It 4
Yankee invention 'fa. not yet found eAt by 16e ever al 1I0h a
a substitute which has l e the a e 0g p ,-
railroads to give up woed, althamb tdeek capable fset ab-tm 41 i f
experts say that the dai will sey having a e awnl t It e Itumbult
_come when the country's forests will the past ummaer by W eL t "Be a4
no longer be called upon to supply P lt I llwe iF ~i e04110
the demand for ties. Up to the p W- two 4 cylinder 4 h" p. ~ "..
ent time it seems that no other a "a- voters ma.rta ..
trial has been found which th bell Motor C .pay, of Wap ta
resiliency of wood and which at the Min. The engine has an 4AIno4 ,. .
same time causes less wear and tear with twelve sight feeds, -which re
on the rails, fastenings and roadbed. automatic with the starting of the
The country's railroads during the engine. as is also the teed, Q lf e -
last two or three years use 110. 00,000 ferent from the avity feed at M 1
to 150.000.000 of sawed and. hewn ties of the (tngciea. giving t e ~
a year. The ideal tie timber is white and stopping as oon a the engi -e ''m
oak, which combines the qualities of stops. The wood work painted
durability. hardness, strength and light Inside and out. The seats in the
close grain. Over 40 per cent of the forward cabin are convertible nto ...
ties recently purchased by the rail- berths and cots can be used in the 11 Xi"
roads of the country are white oak. after cabin. The galley i ns./
but the supply is rapidly disappear- and furashed with all the conven-
ing. Croasties of Southern pine form- lences. The toilet room Is aloe nad--
ed somewhat less than 25 per cent. ship.
Douglas fir ties ranked third, with The boat Is lighted by twelve 1e. K
approximately 10 per cent of the total. p. incandescent lights, the curet for .ble w '
Naturally the proportion of these two which is furnished by a separate en- hai I t Ia
timbers will increase as the supply of gine and dynamo, which also faurtsh-
oak dwindles. This is also true of es current for charging the storage
cedar, chestnut, cypress. Western pine, batteries which are used for Ignitlo .
tamarack, hemlock and other trees All signal lights are also electric.
which are coming into the market as Everything Is closed tight. which
tie timbers. eliminates, all danger when contact
Cedar, which is very durable, has with explosive vapor, whi-e as a
been extensively used to lake the special precaution for all. daagerms
place of white oak for ties, but It is gases there Is a funnel at the bow
so soft that it is readily cut by the and a vent at the stern and the drat ?~f T f N I l
rails. This necessitates the use of tie going as.Jt does under the fleer "kee '
plates and other protective devices things tresh and clear of any bad air
when cedar ties are used. As the or gas. '"" C-
supply of cedar is also runping short, The steering device is uIldqe.
it is necessary for the railroads to there being an upright shaft with
seek further for new tie timber. One wheel on the lower as weldil as pper
of the woods which has all the requl- deck. The apparatus for blowhgr 'th
sites of a good tie, with the excep- whisUtle. is furnished by a pressure
tion of durability, is the beech. tank on the upper deck, the sas be-
Ing supplied by a compressor run by
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY a tightening pulley from the man
s- haft. ;
Mothers who value their own corn- The craft was built for comfort ai I l i
fort and the welfare of their children, speed and certainly flls the bll, and
should never be without a box of the captain and his wfft together
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for with his son Ralph and family, will
children, for use throughout the sea- enjoy the season cruising.--3RstIs
son. They break up colds, cure fev- Lake Region.
erishnes.s constipation, teething dis-
orders, headache and stomach tron- JENNINGS WINS
bles. These powders never fall. Sold A GREAT VICTORY
by all drugstores. 25c. Don't accept
an./ substitute. A trial package will Ex-Governor W. g. Jennings, attr-
be sent free to any mother who will ney for the board of drainage w cm-
address Allen S. Olmsted, Leroy. N. Y. missioners of Florida, has just been
informed by the clerk of the United
FOR SALE States circuit court of appeals, that
A good saddle and buggy horse, also the decision of Judge Locke dismas- a
fine pacer and rapid walker; eight Ing the suits brought by the
$150. Write to J. J. HudnelL. Elec- ity of the drainage tax, haseen at-
tra, Fla. 3-2-dwlm firmed by .the court of appeals.
-It will be remembered that six h l
suits were Instituted by certain land ,
companies, vis: Lea"ve Yea aNo"e aisoi
The Southern States Land & Ti2m-
CAr rOR I IAr ber Co., owning 6M,3 acres. c WeCaathebeR S
IiF HA The Covsolidwe Land Co. on-
FnU i .-l- -1 "" -acre T- --
SThe Epinre land Co., ownig 1
r te 2 The Florld Lad & Timber Coe. of & am j
Spatare cd ownlaw 31.200 acres.
aThee Model land CO., owa1.Ilf,- A T C .S W t" . S T. . .

FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS Co., owning 50,00.: ,.
I receive every day from Crystal All of these lands are ssesse Sh w Q iPiOem es
River choice oysters, both inside and cents per acre as a draiage tax by' u i a sr r-l
Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water fish the act of the legislature of 1007. l-..
and' mullet I can give you the best suits which have just been deelded i"
i fish any oysters, fresh and prompt ual inJunctis against the collecton Is "pet. Any presriptiem hit =!. .
ydelivreo d. Phone 219ct y maret; of the tax, and had the effect of de.- fled by competent and ~ezpees 111bil-
second stall on the let. lT-It laying the collection of the drainage mule. Remember our prices are rlst gII
WILLIAM 1UC tax over the entire district of 4.000,- whether you wart to buy anything or i i a
.....000 acres amounting to $2.n0g pto 0,0per
annum for the years 1307 ad 1iM. T f of ae5
some of thime mset Important llttie i ,, , o '
A V tTER KIt tihat the ate t ww had. la the : ,.; --

The Hiawatha Lake Dairy
supply you with sweet and sour
arator milk. Stop the wagon or
a card to the dairy.


Best Q



"i- ~ -.

- .OCIALA X~VA.M S *AN.-,,. ?fbMMtI

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'* *: a. n - * fa ^ r


C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carrell,
Editors and Publishers.


R. R. CARROLL, usiMMs Manager


"Da)'" Walter Ellison of Anthony.
wa in town this morning and was
"ome rile.d at the article which "aid
.,m< .f his neighbors w.uld
**Ita I it,- ",i- spasmn 1.800 acreF: of
land. Why iman it in just short ".614
acres and I want the Star reporter to
i,;t it tight. Why man. this old faec-
,.r s,;' .l., it to the tune of 1.100 acr,.-
and hlre the acreage: 200 canta-
loup-..,. 20 hbans. 300 corn. 400 oat. 100
cabbtag" and 10 ,if lettuce. It looks
all to th,- good. Just tell the boys
-%hat hold the plow handles. wo of
Anthony are in for blood and turnip.
So long

Dr. J '. Poozer continues to receive
npr.lications from parties who will
center th.- corn contest. Those who
have appear-d and asked for seedd corn
sinci' our f,'rm'r report are: Sam
Hammond. of Reddick; Paul Rawls.
of HBrlirn. Elanor Stanaland, of Lake-
l'ryant; Errol E. Reed, of South Lake .Mi-s 1.asra Drigg.rl., teacher
l'.r Will Henderson way. sent in the
following names: Willie and Henry
Hf'n'Idrson and Frrol Mills. Teacher
i" .A Hmirnnond. of Fort McCoy. an-
nounces th. following: John Ste~v,n".
Carl Elmer and Lloyd Grantham. Leon
McQuaig. Elmo B!ackbon. Ray Hogan.
Arthur MfQ;ual.r. MiFs Emily Hal-
ford. of Sparr. sent in the- narres of
Emmett Stevens. Grover Grantham
and Homer Luffman.

' .toqp,l-, 1 t,. his friend. Mr P. J.
Thus on his .v:iv home from Cuba.
While Mr (lev.lianl .vas in Havana
the annual fair was being h hll and
at these fairs they have a beauty
contest. slo much charged for each
vote and at the ,-nd of the contest all
the money paid for tictts gs to the
successful contestant. 4 this case the
girl who won in the ,eauty contest
received $70.4000. S!he was a tobacco
stripp.'r in one of the- big cigar fac-
tories. but a girl of great beauty. He
said th, fair opened on a Sunday.
While ther.- Mr ('leveland saw a cock
fight. The contests last all day. the
price- of admission Ie a dollar and
Surday is the biggest day of all. He
-ai' th.- pl.t, wa packed like sar-
din,,s with lovers of the' sport who
were- betting their money like lords.

William M Gahor. justice of Dun-
nellon, x\:i, in town today anld said
they had the mad dog scare down that
way now. That Mark Kibler was bit-
ten by a cat Saturday that showed
symptoms and he Immediately went
to the Pasteur Institute at Jackson-
ville for tre.-atment. The head of the
animal was sent away and was pro-
nounced a Xgnuine case of rabies.
Saturday a dog wU ifld hd his
head was sent for examination and
pronounced a case of rabies. Tn con-
sequence the mayor of Dunnellon has
Issue, a proclamation that all dogs
must be muzzled on shot on sight
There is great excitement in Dunnel-
Ion over the matter. Justice Gabor
purchased a muzzle while here.

Mr. R. A. Kelsey. the Stanton vet-
eran. who attendtid the veterans'
meeting today, says he is in the chick-
en business and is quite successful.
Last season he' hatched 96 and raised
94 chickens and this year he has 10too
eggs under hens and hopes to raise
100 chicks.

Henry Snowden of Wlldwood, was
In town today and said the county
seat contest in Sumter is growing de-
(idedly Interesting. A large mass
meeting was held yesterday and all
the prea'incts were represented. It
was decided to have the first straw
vote held the 30th of March. then the
two highest.places voted for will con-
test again on April 27th, when Sum-
terville w;ll come in the primary to
be held this year and contest with the
most successful candidate to either
retain the county seat or turn It over
to its new rival. Mr. Snowden said
his town was in the county seat con-
test for all it was worth asnd thought
it the place as it has the reirroad fia-
cilities from all points In the county.
Wildwood is putting on airs and will
have an ice factory and cold storage
plant. A party has come in. bought
a lot. is putting down a well and let
contract for building.

Dr. S. H. Witch -remarked this
morning there was no ce suicide in
T. C. Grant's family '.At Blitchton.
They have been marrieAd l, years andi
have had nine children, all living.
Eighteen months ago this devoted
couple had twins, girls. Yesterday
the stork again visited the Grant
home and brought twins again, boys.

The business of the Teapot Groc-
ery has .so grown that the rear office
had to be abandoned to' show goods
and the books transferred to the of-
fice formerly used by A Brown &
Bro for their wholesale bookkeeping.
A good move.

Landlord Dewey. of the Montezuma
hotel, has had the old store room in
that block used by the Teapot Groc-
- ry. cleaned out for a sample room.

Mr. Joseph Stanaland came over
from Lake Bryant today for Dr.
Lindner, his wife and son being very

Jerry Cleveland, of Greenville. N.
Wesley Nobles, one of the leading
citizens of Romeo, was In town today
and subscribed for the Star.

Messrs. 4' C Rawls. Isaac Rawls
and <'. Rawls. Jr.. of the Montbrook
section. were in town Monday shor-


We could not resist the temptation
yesterday afternoon of Mr. B. R.
Stripling's invitation to visit Mr. H. H
Whitworth's Hiawatha Lake Dairyf
and s.,,o- how an up to date dairy is
conducted. It certainly was a revela-
tion to us so far as Florida dairying
i. concerned.
We' found the men at work taking
the' rich milk from 30 Jersey cows.
The floor of the stable in which the
milking is done is made of cement.
sloping gently to the barnyard, so that
all refuse matter is easily washed
into the- yard and this is done every
night aft'r th-e coWs- receive their last
The stable contains thirty stalls.
fifteen on either side of the feeding
trough., the feed coming from the loft
above ard each cow's feed is mea.s-
ure-d so that the actual condition of
her physical rn-eds can be properly
looked after and supplied. The feed
consists ,of a compound of dryed brew-
**r's malt, oats, cotton seed meal and
velvet beans and after the cows par-
take' of this ration they are supplied
with turnips and v-getables. which
Mr. Whitworth grows in great abund-
ance. The turnips and vegetables are
fe-dl just aft-r the evening's milking,
.so that the milk of the morning is en-
tirely free from the flavor of those
To the e-ast and adjoining the- milk-
ing stable is the milk room and re-
frigerator. Here the milk is put thru
the strainer, consisting .of three
thicknesses of cheese-cloth and cot-
ton batting and as it passes through
the- strainer it passes over the sides
of the cool-r, which is filled with ice
and by the time the milk enters the
receiving tank. from which it is plac-
ed in bottles, the natural temperature
or animal heat is reduced from 96 de-
grees to about 54 degrees.
Here all the milk bottles, pails and
ians and vessels are thoroughly wash-
ed and sterilized each day. Connect-
ed with this part of the business is
the separator. which supplies pure
cr.iam to such customers as desire
that rich dressing. This is done in
about a minute, the machine making
about 15.000 revolutions a mieute- and
the cream is delvered*at one .Apening
and the milk at another.
The beauty about Mr. WhitwortWha
business is the perfect cleanliness and
the manner of feeding the cows en-
suring a uniform grade of milk to his
customers. What Mr. Whitworth does
he does with his whole soul. and from
the day he inaugurated the dairy bus-
iness his motto has been good, pure,
rich milk, supplied by the latest and
most approved methods, and those
who are his customers can rest assur-
ed the best is none too good for them.
and there is the satisfaction of know-
ing that the milk you drink is not
only pure and sweet, but its sanita-

tion is about perfect.
The Hiawatha Lake Dairy delivers
60 gallons a day with its supplement
of buttermilk that is enough to make
the mouths of the gods water. We
absorbed several quarts of it and can
testify to its great virtue. A quart of
that buttermilk as a retiring meal
without another mouthfull of food
will regenerate a rebellious stomach,
cure dyspepsia, indigestion and add
ten years to any one's life.
Mr. Whitworth has. an .abundant
supply of fresh, pure water from his
lake, has ideal lands in richness and
productiveness to make crops, such as
corn and hay that his stock may need.
Besides the cows now being milked
25 more will shortly come in and with
the calves and yearlings roaming ov-
er the pasture fields he has about 110
head of horned animals, to say nothing
of a dozen head of horses and colts,
of the latter the beautiful colt that
took the blue ribbon at the late coun-
ty fair. with a flock of Rhode Island
Red chickens, a dozen turkeys and
his herd of Red Duroc Jersey hogs,
swine that are the pride and glory of
the place.
Mr. Stripling well said, after looking
over the equipment, that it was a re-
velation to him and he-had no Idea
Marion county contained so complete.
up to date and thoroughly sanitary an
institution as Whitworth's dairy and
if he didn't make a success of it it
was because people couldn't appre-
ciate a good thing when they saw it.
The Hiawatha Lake Dairy is indeed
one of the show places of Ocala and
Marion and our people should see more
of it than they do, for to see it is to
receive a sort of a moral course in


I have opened In Ocala a shop for
high-class paperhanging and painting
.adl it is my desire to give an esti-
mate on every painting and paper-
hanging job that is to be done In
io'ala. I. have the best paper man In
the south and I handle the finest and
most up to date line of paper, bur-
laps. silk fabric goods and imitation
tiling, both imported and domestic on
the market and my interior decora-
tions are up to date I have made a
special of interior work for years and
can suit any one. I make the best
clot? and pictorial, also all classes of
signs, gold leaf and gilding a spe-
cialty. Ladies desiring to make se-
lections of papers without the trouble
of going up town will be promptly
waited on at any time they desire at
their home with a complete line of
samples Just drop me a card 'with
the time you desire to see them and
you will be waited on promptly. All
out of town work promptly done and
solicited. Respectfully.
Andy Whitley.
No. 10 Fort King Avenue.

On a lonely night Alex. Benton. of
Fort Edward. N. Y.. climbed Bald
mountain to the home of a neighbor.
tortured by asthma, bent on curing
him with Dr. King's New Discovery,
that had cured himself of asthma.
This wonderful medicine soon rellev-
.-A- 1 . - -. -- s. h *--l" K

Save your orders for Diozo, 'the
wonder of the disinfectant age. Cab-
inets useM in any apartment of the
most elegant home. office and all
4laees of business. Telephone disin-,
f-lctors perfected. Sanitary air In a
home. is not only healthy, but affords
pleasure when Diozo is used. Moves
everything out that crawls except the!
baby. Will have samples on exhilh-
tien at some stated place within ten
days. J. E. Magnon. Ocala.

Incle Billy Folks preached Sunday
to the people in the Pyles section. He
had full houses and attentive listen-
ers. Uncle Billy reports serious sick-
ness in his family. His daughter. Miss
Helma, is just up from a three weeks'
attack of typhoid fever and Mrs. F.
is recovering from a severe attack of
malarial fever.


Frank Gadson has In his new Laster
goods. The display of ladies' Easter
hats, trimmings, lingerie shirt waists,
silk waists, skirts, etc.. is one of the
best in the country and Just as late
and up to date as it can be. A splen-
did stock of men's furnishings in the
new Easter styles also ready for dis-
play. Gadson is always up to date.
See his goods before making any pur-
chases. 3-1-tf

of good health should prevent !ick-
ness instead of letting themselves get
sick and then try to cure it. So long
alp you keep your liver, bowels and
stomach In* a healthy and active con-
dition you won't get sick. Ballard's
Herbine relieves constipation, inact-
Iye Uver and all stomach and bowel
troubles. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly


We have opened a shop at C. J.
Weaver's, No. 31 North Third street.
where we are fully equipped with the
tools, material and knowledge to do all
kinds of cabinet making, window and
door screens and all kinds of c.e.rpen-
ter work, both new and repairing. We
make a specialty of job work. Phone
177. We will be pleased to call and
give you prices if you will phone or
write us. Respectfully.
2-3-tf MANN & DAILY.

Tablets. Druggists refund money if it
falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa-
ture is on each box. 25 cents.-

S200 bushels yellow yam & eR
other varieties: also several hnatreV
bushels eating potatoes; four" young
cows, fresh milkers, at a bargain.
Have more than I need. jfty ph l'
extra large Homing p.igans, match-
ed. Have no tim.. to~ddk after the'
D. M. Boney, Ocala. Via. 2-10


Best fertilizer for garden, grass or
flowers. $1 per. two-hotse load. I
H. Seymour. '12-18


We have a large supply of fresh.
guaranteed melon, cantaloupe and gar-
den seeds of all kinds for the spring
planting. See us before buying your
supply. Tydings and Co.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
S a 1-


To Introduce

"U.& *- Yanu Er I ** -

Lips. Irkwi winbw WWTM

Negro C6lteetor of Charleston Save$
Taft Much Embarrasment
C(hail-st m. S. <(., March 2.-With
the resignation of Dr. William D.,
C'rum a. 'colkltor of cAtomns 4t thisa
"port. the resignation to tiike effect o
March 4. a situation which threatened
to c:au'a, President-elect Taft consid-
erab,., embarra''sment is averted.

A Religious Author's Statement

Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman. Sails-
bury. N. C., who is the author of sev- .
eral books, writes: "For several years
I was afflicted with kidney trouble
and last winter I was suddenly strick-
en with a s,-v'e r- pain in my kidneys?
and was confined to bed eight days
unable to get up without assistance.
My urine contain, a thick white sed-
iment antd I passed same frequently
day and night. A commenced taking
Folky's Kidney Remedy, and the pain
gradually abated and finally ceased,
and my urine became normal. I cheer- '
fully recommend Poley's Kidney Rem-
edy." -


EWr sale,. a *inhall farm of 29Q acres,
located one mile west of the depot at
Slparr, Marion cotmty, and known as
the Sibley place; has one small cot-
tage: part fenced, and all in cultiva-
tion. Good high pine land and fairly
fertile. Will sell for $S0 per acre, part
cash and 'balance on easy payments.
Address, the Star office, Ocala, Fla.

How can any person risk taking
some unknown cought remedy when
Foley's Honey and Tar costs them no
more It itR e.efe remedy, contains
no harmfu! drugs, and cures the most
obstinate coughs and colds. Why ex-
Ierinment with your health? Insist
upon having the gpnuine Foley's Hon-
ey and Tar. Sold by all druggists.


After sed

WV:'-hington. D. C., March 2.-The
so-c('lla d Appalachi:n and White
Mountain forest reserve bill, amended
s', ;is n apply its provisions to all the
.-tat'- was passed in the House yes-
terday by a majority of ten.
Nine feet, siL
This is the most dangerous time of
the year to catch cold, and it is the
hardest time-to cure it. If you should -
take a cold, a few doses of Kennedy's
Laxative Cough Syrup will act tery
promptly. its laxative principle cures Given
th, cold. by driving it from the sys- Giv U
tem by a gmete but natural action of
phowwels,. Children especially -like'-"'*-*
y' native Cough. Syrup, as,
1-t tastes ,od. nearly- like maple j
-.sear It d by the Antf-Monopolyl

e._*; "-5 .FOR ARKANSAS
tte f rk.;. March 4.-The I
Gann bit laing for statutory state i
.-prt= passed the House
73terd &ay a Memoon by a vote of 53 i


Quick! Mr. Drugg!st---Quick!-a I
box.of Bucklen's Arnica Salve-here'sj
a quart,-r-for the love of Moses, h.r-'
ry! Baby's burned himself terribly-
Johnnie' cut his foot with the axe--
Mamie's scalded--Pa can't walk from,
pil:a;-Billie has boils-and my corns
ache. She got it and soon cured all
the family. ILts the greatest healer on
earth. Sold by all druggists.


Of Application for Leave to Sell
Minor's Land
Notice is hereby given that on the
1st -day of April, A. D., 1909. I will I
apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, coun-
ty judge in and for Marion county,
!itate of Florida, at his office in Ocala, '
in said county, fqr ajt hrder author- iJ^W is


There was witnessed at the A. C. L Were trto thatb0 towetak.te m ,
lpa4enger depot yesterday afternoon atffering womea kn O as Dr.Pl- 4f Sunday Tevelug Jieamer
an evidence of the presence of mind' Favorite PreecriptUon. 15s o'clock the iAd W I-4
of a little girl twelve years old that Dr. John FyfeooeofthelE W8itoral St Augutr LeiAwr left"Wetr.
put a dozen grown men to shame for of Ta ECLECTIC MEDMCAL RTw yrV S3 and winged 1ts (flht lll
their indifference and want of nerve. 0f Unicorn root (Hetoaise Difo) wklc& above. A abort time a bet
A gray horse hitched to a wagon was is one of the chidt lagrdibtetlO0 th* Jefs w -a his e aior a4 K1Eaa0,k
standing across the track, left there vrlte PreseClpt ': Most mpa ge 4-We l 1
by a thoughtless driver. A freight A remedy whb ltvraracaara St ceptance a"d t t Sft is kla WIM
train came backing down and would evttwor 0" mk tIIIS3 tI rem arked. "It was wav vwtth hk t
have annihilated horae and wagon had Hecontinues"'taHeaoiasVea Weamc- and be was Sly W." ,-
not the little girl seen what was go- meant which mote tally answs t *0S Fred was the kest wsa ve
ing to happen. She stepped forward urmste a I Sm l ta dr et M J. A. LEM er 1. 1was th <1.
and literally pulled the horse and eu=Lr to womea It s seldom thatIStola year; was nw d to Atleata &Q, at-
wagon across the track just in time eetwhich doesWt DSem sm tended PFir street ad & O g atWt
for this remedial a Dr._
to clear them of the rolling cars. After ars*: "Thetolklmingtae moam theleading grammar aeIbels a grau -
it was all over the men standing near ndiationsforHeloantu(UniDo rkoot Pa ie By's HIg SchooL Bl fb
became loud in their praise of the act or 'chin In the bck. Wl th.lsesue & a a -legIM W Mm butt 11
of the little girL The little girl's name Mtrcia oaeaftt love kim. He .alshWas dg* a.
Is Blanche Priest. Her family has ita iib.ty. scite aw rowteBass j noble and metl tat C a ltr
Jus.t moved to town. &be tt efand was every tO to doaIM O1 s'
aeys; oodi toeawek;| e W moved toOcals, fw P1 eft lamll,
THE BOARD OF TRADE MEETING eed thet. --. '--.go. Two years later be --muhrtt -
Rmoene a s eepats ParrameL.yeaSao
A board of trade m,.ting will be TOtOniWti of te TVe lirS their first btuwr, a' sea-N aim* tblle
held Wednesday afternoon at 5 sa(td ti god) abit w ta ft tb
o'clock to consider Mr. Rentz. propl- a | placed in the good GbOapbcW WU
sitlon to bring his railroad t, Ocala Jfmoreor leSS of the j His father began to decliae tW* YMS
from Silver Springs. Much of Ocala's IL L InoIn 61ago and for the past Wr B ente w
future depends upon this meeting. ow- r 'uM Sit* -confined to bed moet at the t i-h -
ing to the fact that part of the dis- enso w IsUnicorn ootnr la suffering was IntamN. Re eft a
cussion of the meeting pertains to the and the medical prperties o wh t 'devoted wife. a dear Utbe oy wl-
bringing of another railroad to Ocala. 3iOt faithfully represents. bears hi name. father. other, waiter,
Lets make this an open meeting and Of Golden SalnroothrOlUii ; brother and many sorrowiug ftrha.
invit, all those who are not r- Inredient of 'Pwavorite Pc l Me ilMe wan a member of the K. of P., wBh
It may be that othe.r. hi,.- i!. *- r. .... ly E,lw. Chicago. says: o were loyal and sympatbhetd durig h
We could work on anri in tn .'i v- 'It- a. ;,::.rait i'rnwedy in disorders Illness.
together for the best possibl'h. i.s ii. t In Ii 'a:trrlaul conditions * Why should we mourn departing
Let this meeting be the forerunner of il r n' l uiItt!-;.nt u t -u.' friends
Prof. John N1. Seuidder, .M.L).. late of
great events to come in Ocala. I vt-r Cincinnati, says of Golden Seal root: Or shake at death's alarms:
earnestly ask that all attend and giv. "in relation to its general effects on the .'Tis but the voice that Jesus sends
voic' to this imn,,ortant .i.-.tin,,t. Th. i noa miti Meintusabr I To call them to his arm.
writer's personal attention ias Ibeen I V uniafr.*'ie regamardan a Uwty I ne Who Loveid En
drawn to the fact that hundreds of alldebilitated states"
families have located in Florida in the Prof. R. Barthl1ow, M. D.. of Jeffejrs i
last six months, and wants to know Medical College, aysi of Golden Seal:
OValuable in uterine hemorrhbae. mew-
how many Marion county recef ed or rhagis (&fooditn) and conesti1v
located in her midst. Above all be on rbcha painfull enstrastkim).'
hand at 5 p. m. Wednesday and hlp Dr. Pierce's Fvorit e n ptofat.
us boom the best little big city in the fdients a lnd cure thedisabm or wnam I-
state of Florida. A Well Wisher. ga enmnmmiU.



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Wholesome Candy'I

100. and 26c. THlE JAR..

SSome fo'lcs think t!~at Lec--e vre we
an so oid-maifiuh :sh "tur carefulne%4
n reardlin',Ve~et'YitIIrK We d'k. arII c-el V o
'thing Wj u'Jl 1112t 1Z1'Y LIi." IJy liftle. 40
44 2")c.1
tied .Bds-a~wav- f-rvs,1a% morri.."4
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Markyou, but hornet -j~w'Y

Hsyler's a "W.4 fry Uncle
Sam "cave.Iw4 19~f ~

capre.'s ailyw 1ceitrr i ULi. for 25L.


S -ll ir'. :t:U,, bee .',nt out
I Ithiturm fr 1111D 1- tw wo1-,.Iings
e ar*- lurrii-h thi- l.0 -st .indl most
'ashion:,|,i,. t, in \\' IJiiign --(. rtion-
*ry, *nfl& r.i,. .! :,0.1 l riit* l, ;it .hlior,
mrotic.. W . ncr.i -;Kilning nard'
n all thE. Wit,-t .';l Pir NvY-l style% s.


Odd Fdllows meet tonight.
Eagles meet ton)orrow evening.
P.d Men meet Thursday night.
Mi.'-i meet Thursday evening.
ST'.. Plank'* Chill Tonic. Guaran-
t* !. Pr ;.e. 2:. Sold by all druggists.

.Mr f Hi. Blitch was in town to-
l;l\ .L >psling.

Mrs ');iarnre 'Camp is the guest of
Mi- \'Vardnman in Jacksonville.
VI. J Thius. the furniture man. had
*h, mi4ftrtl'in, to ;os. his very valua-
hi-, setter ,lo'g
Neuya and La Luzerne. two new
psrfumes at the Postoffice Drug-

W\.. Mc(;ahagin. #of Lake Weir.
was. in town today attending the
''onft d rate vet-rans' meeting.
FOR RENT-One nicely furnished
front rioom. m 'I Watula Ftreet. 2-24-3t
*'',. J. M. Martin recited ?me of his
S't xxirnrs f. t'lmtody at the meet-
nL ,f the, v terans.4.
Now is the time to plant your gar-
den. We have all kinds of garden
seed for fal. planting. Tydings & Co
Mr. E. I' Thagard after several days I
spi. nt in this (ity, with his family, re-
itusir r l It .jarks.onvill, Mo lnday.

The Ocala millinery. Miss Mary
Affleck. Mrs. Minnie A. Bostock and
Mrs. Hycraft and Mrs. DCamp. will
have their millinery openings on
Wednesday and Thursday, March 4th
and 5th.. The ladies have splendid
new stocks of the very latest millit-
ery. just the same that you would
find in the great millinery centers, for
each and. every one have gone to the
millinery markets and selected the
cream of the goods for their Ocala
and Marion county patrons. The spring
styles are unusually pretty and we
earnestly recommend that the ladies
of this city all secure their spring
hats and trimmings from our home
milliners. The announcements will
appear in today's issue.
Thursday evening Mrs. Wm. Hocker
and Mrs. E. H. Mote will entertain in
a mout delightful way at the home of
Mrs. Hocker in compliment to their
niece. Miss Lutie Mote Hansborough.
of Tampa. who leaves for her home
Saturday. This will be one of the
many parties at which Miss Hans-
borough has been the guest of honor.

A board of trade meeting will be
held Wednesday afternoon at 6 o'clock
to hear Mr. E. P. Rentz's proposition
to bring his railroad from Silver
Springs to Ocala. This is an import-
ant business proposition to Ocala and
not only every' member of the board.
but every citizen of Ocala should be
present. Will you come.
T. T. Munroe, President.
C. L. Bittinger. Secretary.

tire. Please' call and inspect same.
.\l,. Brown. -1-23 Messrs.-Freyermouth and Lyl will
drill a six-inch drainage well in the
Mr.:. W H. Robin.son. of Alachua. I~sblbk on which the Oklawaha Inn is
t. s. i.t .of Mrs. James Carthr. i.'c- l ocated. Mr. J. D. Robertson will use
l 'tarsl. 1th* same for his residence and Ad-
joining property and 1 6 dric&il
N-uyn and La Luzernp. two new cottage and possibly several others
rTrfimes at the Postoffe Drug wih he well.
Mtoro ,pt QUY ON
t o ,'-mh-r the board of trade meet- AMOENCE
in.: tomorrow In the city council
(tianmlbsr Work Bs 'begn'-emn-the .4qaMsby
residence in the second ward on south
N-ura and La L~uzerne. two new Second street. Mr. Chas. J. Phillips.
isrfNimes at the PLo.t,,fflce oDrug-I the contractor, has the contract ?o
or. build the house which will have
'or eight rooms.

(;.*t your Easter suit made at M.
Flishel & Son's. our samples on
Ne'uya and Ia Luzerne. two new
r,-rfinm.s at the Postofflce Drug-

If your chilli id backward in his
tudles--do's noit likt to tudly. or has
rmptoms of ho.adla,'he, yo% wi!l prob-
bly find that threro solue little eyeoi

You are invited to attend our spring
opening of tailor made clothes. M.
Fishel & Son. Come around as soon
a4 you can.

FOR RENT-Two sufftly front rooms
on Fort King avenue. Furnished or
uinfur t hed. No light housekeepig.
no, chillen. Address P. 0. Box 346. 6t

There may he no outward signs of Call In ana swe the pretty line of
L defect, yet the ey-.hs shoili be ex- fancy Imported China that we are
united to make sure thi-re is no fault displaying. The Anti-Monopoly Drug
i them. Store.
CHILDREN'S EYES IMrs;. Richardson of Atlanta, is in
tCHIL- city the guest of her daughter.
DR. D. M. RONEY, Mrs.. Fl Blalock. Mrs. Richardson
Eyesight Specialist. was here several months last winter
Ocala, F1a. and has many friends who are de-
Ic- Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and lighted to have her back.
r 4o 4:30 p. m. Optical office and
oratory. rooms 2 and 4 Gary block Mrs. '. V. Miller. who now makes
he r home in Jacksonville, is the guest
S;or-f her parents. Judge and Mrs. W. 8.
'PIANO TUNING Bullock and her sister, Mrs. George
------- McKean.
Ten years exp.-rhi'nee. References,
my music teacher in Ocala. any Last night about 8 o'lock Mrs. E.
nusie house in Ja(k.,onvlill. 'Phone T. l tn was entertainingr a
'T' T. llek.r yn was- entertn|t-a
A. M. Lansfor .'citly 1-s-tf caller in her parlor and an unknown
white man stepped lightly on her ver-
OYSTERS AT EL AFE anda And after looking i through the
! f ... ........ 4c. blinds disappeared out the back way.
alf fry ... ... ... ... ... 2c The neighbor who saw the man
ilk Stew .......... ........ thought it was some member of the
dlaln Stew 0. *'family, but when he returned again.
....n raw ...... ..... and examined the windows. Mr. Hel-
al-dosen raw ......... .......... 2..15 venston. who had been down town,
... wa informed and a search was made.
At any hour from r, a. m. to 10 p. m A short time afterward some one en-
)Very day In the week. Opposite .1 tered the James Gates house. but was
D. L passenger denot. heard and chased away.

OGE ARSLIVERWORTND Don't forget the meeting of the
Board of trade at 5 o'cloeek Wedneg-
For the complete cure of 'oughs. Iday afternoon to take up the matter
iolds, asthma and bronchitis and all of the Rentz Silver Springs-Ocala
ang complaints tending t s consump- railroad.
Jon Liverwort Tar and Wild Cherry
have for ages maintained an estab- The elegant Fischer piano at the
isbed reputation as a -tandard cough Methodist church is for sale at a bar-
-mnd It r tinq n n ir- or- --.&m

Swady. itcontn ns V o n or
armful drug. C(n be give n with
altty to children. rice $1. Sold by
aggsts. Willlam. Manufacturing
)0., Props, Cleveland, 0. Sold by the
maf-Monopoly Drugstore.



Good Judge



R lobemIm, Cuts, Burns,

gain. Terms to sujt buyer. Tisi
piano has been publicly praised by
Misses Tucker and Barnett and Mhers
until I need not mention Its
See me at once. Phone 2. 4-l-t
Our tailoring man is here and wants
to take your measure for a spring
suit. Conie and look through his
sam ples. M. Fishel & Son.

Having Just added a few more.cowrs
to our dairy we can new take on'morse
customers for sweet milk and
No orders too large or too' small to
receive our attention. The Hiawatha
Lake Dairy.
1 WANTED-A reliable boy to look
after office and keep shop with the
expectation of learning, trade. ApIy4
to J. W. Akin. Box 1L 2-23-St t

Will Bonner, usually a most peace-
ful negro who drives one of the wag-
ons for the Marion Hardware Co.. got
bad the other night and seriously cut
a negro woman on the arm. He will
be' tried by the county authorities.
Dr. 0. Grothe of Orange. N. J. is
here. having joined his wife. who pre-
cedled1 him several days. The doctor is
a noted chemist. has been with *the
Edison company for four years and is
getting along splendidly. The doctor

The friends of Mr. Alfred Beck. so
many years with the Postoffice Drug-
store as prescription clerk, should
bear in mind that Mr. Beck is now in
charge of the Courthouse Pharmacy.
"The Drugstore on the Square," Mr.
Beck and Mr. Emmett Robinson hav-
ing recently bought this store. Mr.
Beck is one of the best and most
careful pharmacists in the state and
you will make no mistake in carrying
him your business.

.Get yzur Easter suit made at M.
Fishe& & Son's. fee our samples on

You are Invited to attend our spring
opening of tailor made clothes. M.
Filhel & Son. Come around as soon
as you tan.
Mr. '. H. Stevens, of Boston, Mass..
who spent Sunday in the city. visited
in company with some friends, not
only Silver Springs, but the less ap-
preciated though by no means unat-
tractive Waldo Cave. Mr. Stevens
represents the great publishing house
of Ginn:& Co.. of Boston and Chicago.
which publishes some of the highest
class books used in our public schools.

R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms It desired.

, send us your prescription basinems.
We are thoroughly prepared to handle"
It. Tydings & Co.
Messrs. N. I. Gottlieb,. J. A. Bouvier
and T. B. Snyder went to Dunnellon
this afternoon, to do some Masonic
work this evening.
Sponges, sponges, direct from the
fisheries. Prices that surprise, at the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Mrs. Thomas Sexton returned Sun-
day from Jacksonville, where she took
her little girl, Clifton, and Master
Thomas to have their eyes treated by
a peclalislt

One pound of paper and two p'ceks
ef envelopes, very best gide, for 50
eents tags t
Op Mr. and Mrs. George Rents and
,baby of Spyipaboro. Ga.,
afternoon to bpend a few wSl*lt
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rents. Mr. Rents
in a brother of our Mr. E. P. Rents.

We carry the best dune of toilet
ticdes, soaps, perfumes, etc., in
city. Come in and be convinced.
qligs Co.
,'udg L. Hopkins and his e
mable wife. with Mrs. Bogart of F
review., were callers in the Brick 4
yesterday, shopping.



Physicians' prescnptpons, family re-
cipes, all orders for medicines filled
wander positive guarantee at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore. Only Squibbs'
chemicals and Parke Davis & Co.'s
drugs sold at this storer-both gua*a-
teeing purity and strength.

Henry Clay






RMMa Saw Lemon Cum

Peaches... ... ... ...& U .Pr der
Roin HW Lemaon Cling
Robin Hooeed Yellow Free
..Peaeh1 ... ... ... ...U mper dl
Lily White Lomon Cling
Peaches... ... ... ... J -per den
Lily White Lemon Cling
Peahes ............$2AS par de
Royal Scarlet White
Cherries..-........$3pe n -3 4
Robin Hood White
Cherries........ ... .$44 per do

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The ietty coinll will meet toNight
n regular session..

Is assured the people of Ocala Ia the
appearance of the Christine Giles Re-
cital Company in the lyeeum course
at the armory Wednesday evening.
March 10th. This company consists
of Miss Christine Giles. soprano-
violinist: Miss Evelyn Lewis. reader-
pianist. and Mr. Leon C. Batchelder.
flute soloist-all artists in their re-
spective specialties and entirely well
understanding- how to combine their
talt t in the manner most gratifying
to tijir audiences.

Marshal Bull killed a bird dog today
near the A. C. L. passenger depot, the
property of Mr~. Louis Lang. Mr. Bull
regrets the necessity but owners of
dogs persist in allowing them their
liberty without being muzzled arid'
full and ample warning has been giv-
en and the law In future will be rigfd-
ly enforced.
Our tailoring man is here and wants
to take your measure for a spring
suit. Come and look through his
samples. M. Fishel & Son.
Neuya an L La Luserne, two new
perfumes at the Postoffice Drug-

R C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonvlile
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 7We.
each; $7.50 per dosen.

Washington. March 2.-Fair tonight
and Wednesday. "

Among the arrivals at the Monte-
zuma last night were Mrs. L. E.
Vaughn, Atlanta; S. 1. RIley. Knox-
ville; G. Parker. Alisville, Mich.; J.
Gilmore, Tampa; J. M. Hewitt, Lees-
burg: R. J. Knight Crystal River;
Q. Smith, Center Hill; R. Dicken-
son. Tampa; R. A. Lawrence, Tampo;
W. LT Baker, Hernando.

Messrs. Hall and Wiggins,. of Pitts-
burg, Pa., have arrived in the city
and are stopping at the Campbell
House. These young gentlemen have
rented Mayor John D. Robertson's
corner store opposite the Ocala House
and will have it arranged for a firt-
class moving picture, show as rapid-
ly as possible.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller of St Joseph,
Mich.. arrived in Ocala saturday aad
are stopping at Mr. J. A. MeClymonds.
Mr. Miller is a mar kinist and came
to this city to accept a position at the
Ocala Iron Works, and If he does,
they will make Ocala their home.


The Globe has secured the agency
in Ocala for the famous and popular
McCall patterns. NIew styles now in


A Fay-Shoes typewriter, good as
new, In perfect order, for sale cheap
for cash, or om monthly paYMents. In-
4uire at this office.
31Mr. and Mrs. Chester mort Itaw
moved from the Oklawaha Inn sad
have apartments at Mrs. HayCratf
FOR SALE-A fine Webber i anO
Abe Brown. Ocala. -S-i-t
Several comfortable rooms arranged
for housekeeping, third floor StaM
building. Apply at Star office.
The Confederate veterans held a
well attended meeting this noon In
the city council chamber. Commander
,. M. Graham in the chair.

Mr. JBigelow of Rockwell, manager
of. the Dunnellon Phosphate Co.. re-
turned today from St. Augustine. hav-
ing gone over to bring his famBly
We have a most exquisite -line Ol
fancy Imported china in many 40-
ferent pieces. The AaU-Moopn W
Drugstore. '

All prescriptions filled at the AA-
%Uannnmuvw Drfmfsti n-r filled W


Ctl M a, w, at Uir "P.;
nomea large meag sweapsdews a
stmpted to wry the chM ai w
lt talons. Cribter Mwee Wtt
br a"d the senuMa i -mS edine
atMactd his atttioe& Be S kt i
the bird and as it attempted t
away his brother, who had am
t a shotga, fired ad
ta eagle. Its capture was theg
asy matter. .The child was f mad
be uninjured except for a few aerate
ea. The eagle, though peppered wi
sbet, will live, and the Criblers I
tend to keep It In a caw.
The eagle as wen as a lot of oti
-strsas alahs, bird sad toarta
mwy be M" at Preesr Wamihmt"
s-M m the west side of the eow
beus square, wuich win bo offl
Lowb s this wak m m moons
ft leetues will be s give r Palato
Hamoito. Use the ad. ehte
this lbees


"My three year old boy was badly
constipated, had a high fever and was
in an awful condition. I gave him
two doses of Foley's Orino Laxitive
and the next morning the fOver was
gone and he was entirely welL Fbo-
ley's Orino Laxative saved his life."
A. Wolkush, Casimer, Wis." Sold by
all druggists.

, Acting Mayor J. M. Meffert tried
one case in the mayor's court this
morning, a negro from Wldwood.
This party got crasy drunk Sunday
and some of his own color had him
arrested. He put up a $10 cash bond
and this morning came to crt, con-
trary to all rule and precedent and
his case was so protractedly cussed
that the acting mayor gave him $15
and costs, and he wished he had .stay-
ed away.
K. of. P. meet Monday evening.

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There will be a meeting of the We- -
ma's Auxiliary at the home of Mrs. *o'
Halsley tomorrow afteamoom at $ -.
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t-hel A -n t. et a uey "a- wf *
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the A.c t ceage cy, ad -i- ..
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I will sell my well known baggy % P Ak bo0a
horse Cobb with buggy and harness.---.- Ot'AU
Dr. J. W. Hood. City. 2-4 anu. inIsa- ."

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--KM r f PZE WI I I1 -'1 I -
$. L 6V 3u. e J. 3T ,E T. M L tUlExhibit of Beautiful Birds in the In-
min "a?" *f Mrs. T.
T fr LT.Dr. Pie believes that

COMMERCIAL BANK, Ithe ceof" obdm
(Mrs. Pauline Browneehsen in the ofa n ro th6 con
Tampa Tribune.) C0
OCATheexhibit of handsome domestic c ed by he
fowls and pets at the Industrial Build- G q
Ing Is one eserviag special mention.
TIE DEPOSITORS IN THIS BANK insroe.eeIgsomanytw- wMta
given to the People of this state, in Io' M
Are the merchants, the professional and successful men and women fact no exhibit of the kind has ever -
of the city, the farmers of the surrounding territory been so complete at any time previous.
We accommodate a!l classes. Our customers represent the men even visitors who have little techni-
and women who have built and are still building successful enter- mwlege o highcla birds d The reatcur
that tVs. exhibit holds keenest Inter- extras frbom t undari
prices. est. Mrs. Trousdale, secretary and
We Solicit a share of your business, superintendent of the department-- N. Y.-, to ll Ise ig, r"
"herself an enthusiast-has inspired Not assm
many to exhibit their fine poultry by
N I T A her untiring personal efforts. inay pe AW
There are beautiful Angora rabbits.
Persian cats and English bull dogs in
addition to the fowls In this exhibit.
Mrs. Florence Forbes, ef New De-
catur. Ala. has a collectionof beas- & is wsrfO Jffm
Lea"ing Vehicle UMMers tful W"ta AMd Brow Tgha "rf Ad tfRINtn ,t ,
Leawhi Vehie Deaerch have taken prime a over the
of Central FII loridaf cotry. These are not entered for a Wi
of Central Florida lUo r a sge as p
they are full of Interest to a l ovehrst h aov
AInl e scf e *I liaC lWagW S, 10%g lCN, Naof fne birds. Mrs. Lester Winadaor. of TOo0t. T e proCeseslt
ad Carrgs carried a a m Winter Hes.n, sent Partridge an- by skilled chemists and
arEsM. S de tLap Rtees. W -s d m al g Mar. j. alhoun of b- this city, sub-rpose. Both me
A l L Whips, mitted a pretty croup of English f Mn: C a ^ v :nn;=-t*.
Ct a6V6INby a &514155s 11008e Of ft f& 100W INV= t pheasants. Mrs. T. C. Vowell, of E l-
lentoun, has Indian Runner ducks. ftr theeC MWi3nfCd C OF C
ies fm tt lfacorles, sd always ina Sdck at e Ty which are perfect beauties. Mr. C." _____________ _
lowel IrIf 0G. Megargee, of Umatiua, has some in-
teresting Cornish Indian "ame fowls.
We can save yo u Mcy n yo ur pyfth s, he tk y Mrs. Logan Trousdale, of this eity, en- fa., rt co&, second and third htm,
tered lkautiful South Carolina Rhode first plet and fri pea.
r 0r luf Island Red and two English bull p*taM l O "
Al S for atl o I fle at eat hed makes gf dogs. Mr; W. T. Johnson sent White
w o n Wyandottes as dainty and dear as if Wm_ P. Woodworth. St Peteribr.
"waoS they had just donned az.Easter gar- FLa., first cockerell, first and second
meant. Mr. J. T. Moore, city, has some hen. first and second pullet and first
GKNIG T &H fine Rhode Island Reds. Mr. Frank pen.
Folsom has an exhibit of Silver Suak- White Wyandottes
Nor&h Se f S 4ure mCAL K Fright fowls. ,Hester Brothers sent a W. T. Johnson. Tampa, Fla., first
splendid specimen of Black Warhorse cockerell, first, second, third and fourth
game. Mr. J. J. Stevens, of DeSoto pullet and first pen.
R M TS A ND VE E cTBoty, entered White Opinatons, Ro-emont Poultry Farm, St. Peters-
which are well worth seeing. Beau- burg, Fla., second cockerelL
ts ftio Kystame Park sent by Mr.
J. 8. Little are Rosecomb Rhode Is-) SH, r W t -
Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall; *Fed Beef, land Reds. Barred Plymouth Rocks Wi. Crouch, Punta Gorda. nia first
were entered by Mr. George L. Clem-, cockerel, first. second and third hen.
Muttun, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork ens. Cunning Angora rabbits and 'first pullet and frst pen.
white Jack rabbits have been sub- Golden Wyandettes
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets, mitted byMrs. K. Haskin. These pets H. Snyder, St. Petersburg. a
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions have had their share of admiration, first c&kerell and first hen.-
T. A. Snipes sent lovely Indian Runn- Partridge Wyandottes
W P E D A R D S er ducks, bantams, pigeons and Partride Wyandtte
*. o D R DA RS Bronze turkeys which are very inter- Mrs. Hester Windson, Winter Ha-
esting. Mr. William .Cranch, of Puntj ven, Fla., first and second cockerell.
Phone 108 City Market. Gorda, has an exhibit of Buff Orping- first and second hen, first, second,
Phone 108 City Market. tons and Silver Wyandottes. Handsome third and fourth pullet, first pen.
single comb Rhode Island Reds were Single Comb Rhode Island Reds
placed by Mrs. J. E. Whitehead, of Mrs. Logan Trousdale, Tampa, FPia.,
ash n ton S m inar this city. Mr. John Simmons sent first cock, first and second hen, first,
as hington S em inar y Black Minoreas. which are a worthy third and fourth cockerell. first and
addition to the exhibit. Mr. H. C. Dur- second pullet, first and third pen.
CORNER NORTH AVENUE AND PEACHTREE, ATLANTA, GA. bam, of Tampa, has some fine Black Mike Coward, Ona. Fla., second cock
Plymouth Rocks. Mr. T. E. Weir, city, bird, first and fourth hen, second
For girls and young ladies, established 1878. Number boarding stud- sent a very attractive turkey, whose cockerell, third and fourth pullet, sec-
ents strictly limited to Insure refined home life. Classes divided into small joyousness at having safely passed on. pen.
sections, personal attention to each pupil. Faculty of 18 specialists Con the hazardous season of Thanksgiv- Collier Bros., Washington county,
servatory advantages In MUSIC, ART, ELOCUTION. Certificate admits to Ing. Christmas and New Year is in- Fla. third/cock. I
Vassar, Wellesley. etc. Catalog free. fectious. He Is no doubt grateful to Rose Comb Rhode Island Re&s
L. D. SCOTT. EMMA B. SCOTT. PRINCIPALL the state fair that he may have a
,_n ,time to draw a deep breath before he J. S. Little. Keystone Part, Fla.,
sacrifices his life to others. Mr. D. J. first cock, first, second, third and
Archley sent a collection of games. fourth pullet, first pen.
Mr. Benjamin Cosal, of this city, ha. LI R. Wood, 'ampa, Fla., first cock-
some splendid specimens of Black Mi- erell.
noreas, whose proud carriage is ad- Buff Cochins
mired by all who visit them. ,Mr. B. A. H. Snyder, St. Petersbur Flan,
Si v o g M e" ^F. Jackson, of this city, sent some fne first cockerell, first pullet.
single comb Rhode Island Reds. Mr. Black Langshmn
W. R. Harris. also a Tampa man, sub- A. H. Snyder. St. Petersburg, Fla..,
fitted handsome Plymnouth Rocks. A first cockerell, first ben.
collection, varied and admirable, in- White L.eghorns
eluding B. C. Bantams. Game Ban-
tams, a pair of Muscovy Ducks, pair Mrs. Eva E. Pimm. Tampa, FI..
i^M............... ,. ------of Bilver Guinea, White Geese, pair first and second cock, first, second,
of Pea Fowls, South Carolina Rhode thirJ and fourth hen, third cockerell.
The Kind YOu Have Alway Bought, an Which has been Island Reds. Silver Spangled Ham- second and third pullet, first pen.
la ~ IUfle fa r ~ i V 1 f burgs,. Black Minoreas and White Hoi- Mike Coward, Onae, Fla., first cock-
In use lbw OVI" 30^ yeas's, hs bheland turkeys, were sent by Mr. W. R. erell, first and fourth pullet.
a.M h ah been watadender ]w Harris, of this city. They have been Buff Ilhern
C.rSenual s apervl< e.ttil& *cy so enthusiastically complimented that C. C. Pearce, Arcadia, Fla., first
S^o'Allo1Wg A nno etodleed veyoMlu Ithis / their "heads are turned" expectanatly cock, first hen and first puUllet
AD Coanterfeits, Imitations and "Jufst-I-good arT but to the passer-by for more praise. Mr. Black Minoreas
Expe ^ that trifle with and a theU e th W. P. Jackson sent some beautiful John Simmons. Tampa. Fla., third
ia-ts and, Ch Iea--EK ee aght RE imt. ha some fine Rhode Island Reds. This cockerelI and third pullet. urth
species seem to be a general favorite benjamin Cocal, Tampa. Pie., fourth

W hat is CASTORIA in the state, there being more Rhode nde con ll t rs
other variety of bird. Mr. A. C. Me- and scond pullet, first pen.
imtoi a rmargelesm iutitute. *- CBastor o n, ser. of Manatee county, Is exhibiting A. C Messer Manatee county, Via.,
gone, ]rops and_ nothing Syraps. It is Plemt. It some very h ndsoma Black Minoc third and fourth caa, third hen, fourth

contains neither Opium, Mrpltne nor other NareO Pmm sent fine white Leghorn, a fowl pulet
subtane. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm that has always Its admirers. Noth- Silve Spangled Haliamur
and allays Feverishness. It cure Diarrhoea ad Wind ing can be a prettier .-sight than a Mike Coward, Ona Fla, first cock,
Co&e. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures barnyard full of these snowy fowls. st and second hen, first and second
Mr. William P. Woodworth, of St. Pe- pullet, first pen.
and Flatulency. It assimilate the Food, regulate the tersburg sent magnificent White Ply- Cornish Indian Games
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and matral deeP, mouth Rock Combs. Buff Plymouth
The Childrens Panacea-The Moter's Friend. Rocks. Partridge Rocks and Barred A. H. Snyder, St. Petersburg, Fla.,
Rocks, all so soft and fluffy that a look first pullet.
SA"A SAWAA at them suggests downy feather beds A. H. Snyder, St. Petersburg,. Fl
NUI C A S T O |IA ALWA O and pillows not in the least like the Anconas, first pullet
word (rocks) in their names. Mrs. A. H. Snyder, St. Petersburg, Fla:,
P. Delbridge, of this city. sent some Houdons, first cock and first hen.
attractive Persian eats. Mr. George B. A. H. Snyder. St. Petersburg. Fla,
Stein, of Ocala, is exhibiting beauti- W. C. Polish, first and second pullet.
ful Warhorse games. The Barred Ply- White Orpingstons
mouth Rocks sent by Mr. C. C. Wood- J. J. Stevens, DeSoto county, Fla.,
ward are much admired. Mr. W. F. first, second and third pullet.
Stovall contributed some Brown-R d Buff Orpingtons
Bantams. which exemplify the say-
I ng, "quality, not quantity." and "lit- Win. Crouch. Punta, Gorda. FLa..
tie, but 0, my!" Mr. Steve Kssinger first cock, first second, third and
KindY ou ll H o iways Uf st an interesting collectUon of dogs. fArth hen, first pen.
VU including Scotch Collies. a pair of A. C. aever. Manatee county, 2aL.
In Ur OEnglish Pit Dogs. Bull Terriers and a first cockerel, second cockerell, first,
Sr r eafine pair of Whippet Bull Terriers, second, third and fourth pullet and
t" sMte= *..P.V. Tw 1 -tMu V ii 0menw. Every one should see this splendid second pen.
exhibit and Mrs. Trousdale takes the Pit Games
greatest pleasure in showing the dif- Geo. B. Stein, Ocala, Fa, second
ferent fowls and animals in the de- cock, third hen. a
-partment. J. D. Archie. Tampa, Fla., third,
Poultry Awards cock, first and fourth hen.
A N The majority of the judging was Silver Seab-ight Bantams
D Idone by R. E. Jones, of Nashville, an Frank Fbtson, Tampa, Fla., first
expert poultry man. He is also an cock, first hen.
enthusiastic breeder of white, silver Black Red Game Bantams
and pencilled Wyandottes. He was as- Mrs. Logan Trousdale, Tampa, FV.,
ststed in the judging of the Rhode first cock and first hen.
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, SOuthern Pines, Raleigh, Ubland Reds by Messrs. Love and Mor- Mike Cward. Ona. Fla.. first cock-
od ton onf Tampa. erell %nd arst pallet. I
Ricmond, Washington, Baltimore. Philadelphia New York Following the reception of the lov- O w Coein Bantams
ers of poultry the ribbons were at-
... . ]. ... i.. .. Mike O.ward, Ona. Fla- first cock

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White Chinese Geese, first pair White
Muscovy Daets. /
f(dia Naser O eiN
Mrs. C. C. v.awell, uen.,t, rw.
second pair.
Mrs. T. A. Snipe Tampa, Fia, erst
Seem Tuwumys
Mrs. T. A. Snipes, Tampa, Fla.. lrst
cock und first ben.
T. E. Weir, Tampa, la., secemd
EagMab Pmets
J. D. Calhoun, Tampa, M.. Sarst
and second eock, first and ,scead

Misns KL asking Thampa, -a., irsta
Mike Coward, Osa, Fla.., eftt pair.

S. Kisnlager. Tampa. la., o at
English Bull Terriere, tmt Scotch Col-
lie, first Whippet Triere Uat kbn-

i. W. Thomas, Dade City., l., ret
and second pair Imported oaers

Best and largest display of poultry,
any variety:
First, Mrs. Logan Troual Tm1-,
pa, Fla.
Second, Mike C owa O l a,
Third, Wa. P.P Wo wrthV, Lt. Wl.
tersburg, PIla.
Fourth, C. C, Wood wart, T a.
Silver cup Ir bedt ar y ft i-,
gle Comb Rfhoe bia laN, W $il.
Logan Trous"m iI NM Ift
Silver cup for bet dfity it Mt-
SSUver cup for amt ad* m ef'
male Rhode IslayAl Reds, Mf Tl .
Trousdale, Tampa, Fla.
Silver cup for the hIIhs& sgggfl
male bird In the show. Mnm. Log
Trousdale. Tampa, IN.&
Silver cup for belt tealfte a6 'e
the show, Mrs. Lgan Trmeav l
Tampa, Vla.
Ten dollar old plee for highest
scoring pen In Amertca] elea.. M.
Logan Trouidal4s Tampa, 6t.
MFve dollar oel pIsA f highest
srt ng po et w A 1 om
4nmch, ,Pulta -ai 6 I AL"
r ive dollars t 9el Op-
ranean class, MBu Cowa IQM .
Ylorida Poltry- A c*-
tour handsome sak Hbadil g*e
cock, hen. cockerel ead aBset.
First cock. fArst coelreg mand St'
pullet, Mrs. Logan Trode, TaUpaN
First hen, Mike Coward, Osa. Fla.
The Fair Am.miatiou a as two
handsome silkt badges for best asap-
ed male and female bird In Aow.
Male bird wo n -by Mr. Loan
Trousdale, TampM Fa. M P
Female bird won by M e Coward,
Ona, Fie.
Association bafo foer beet dpeA
Rhode Island Rh MIe sOd ft ,
Association badges 4W best mrftoe
colored male and 5msI4 3bJsdi !b-
land Reds,. Mrs. m iew Trenmia
7Tmpa, Fla.
Special for best mated w,.a W
male and eight femaless, Mrs. Imou
Second mated pea, BeoA. Clem-
ens. Ocala, Fla.
State premium of 15 for Imilvld-
nal making largest and beet dislay
of an varieties, MIkG Cowards Oa.
Siver cup for beot diplay of Orp-
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