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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 3, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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 14, No. 237.



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Office O;cr .11un ie & Chambliss'




Rooms 9. 10 and Ii,
Second Floor, I Iolder Blicck,


Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
Office Hours-8 to 12 a. m.; lto5p.m

Charles D. Hulbert, M. D.I

nemeopathcl Physician
and Surgeon

Otflee Second FP)Ior The AMunroe and
Chiarbii-'s itinrik Buluilding, Ocala,

T'le'ph ln* !:I

Office', .'2:2: I' sidtnce. 221
Office Hours

9-12 a. m.. 2-1 p m.. 7:3n-10 is. m.



Plans furnished
on application.

P.O. Box 46.

Ocala. Fla.



Opens into the lobby of the
Ocala Hiouse.

Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec-
tric fans, electric massages.
Nel RuIning Water at all Times



City horses hoarded by the month.
or boarded and car.'d for if desired.
Horses fed also by day or inenl.
Horses and all dom,-stic animals
treated. Tholroughly "quipped for
performing any operation.
Scientific horseshoeing done.

Day Phone 1i Night Phone 195

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All careful
womenn use

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Woman who suffer from se-
warn m.a nhmha. and nall* dI) e.


Dealing With Criminals" and Is also
engaged in evangelistic prison work.
You may be of those who resent this
lecturing of society by reformed crim-
You may disbelieve In such conver-

The Indians of South Dakota have
cheerfully accepted some of the con-
veniences of our civilization.
Among these are the white man's di-
vorce laws. which the Indians cherish
as a means of culture and uplift.
A correspondent -tells of a Sioux buck

slons and predict that the mood will who walked Into a lawyer's office at
not last. Chamberlain demanding a divorce. He
But it may be Crowe has a genuine .wore a Ouge sombrero, greasy and
message on the treatment of criminals dirty, with a pair of overalls flapping
and the spiritual miracle in Crowe's about the ankles and a blue checked
case be as genuine and lasting as that cotton Jumper soiled by weeks of wear.
of Paui. The Sioux, unable to speak English.
Anyway, one thing Is sure-child- made known his desires through an in-
hood is ever a potent factor in the re- terpreter. He said his squaw had sai
demption of men. husbands previously to marrying him.
No wonder the divine infancy drew The lawyer filed an application for
to Bethlehem the wise men of the east. divorce on the plea of "Incompatibil-
For It is true now as of old that ity."
"out of the mouths of babes and suck- Eagle Boy hoped the lawyer would
lings strength is ordained." hurry, as he had already selected a
It is true now as of old that in the new wife-the squaw of another In-
best and highest things of life "a little dian who had applied for a divorce.
child shall lead them." When he got tired of the new wife.
he volunteered the Information. be

Both man and animal are in a cease-
less fight for successful existence.
The law of the survival of the fittest
does its work. With tooth and talon
the animals selfishly battle for the mas-
Man also fights his fellows, not with
teeth and claws, but with cunning and
foresight and skill. Wit takes the
place of the club of the stone age.
And in the arena of competition men
face one another as bravely as did the
gladiators of Rome and Corinth. But-
There is this difference:
Among men the fight must be fair.
If in his climbing up the man uses foul
means to pull his fellow down. he is
dishonored. If he employs deceit or
force, he descends to the brute.
Real success today depends on HOW
a man WINS It-and USES IL
If anxious to win a man betrays a
trust or extorts an undue advantage
or grabs more than he earns or need-
lessly wounds his rival, that is not
"the square deal."
It was not always so.
It is coming to be so.
And. on the other hand, the man
who wins an honored place among the
successful of today must do so by
helping his fellows. There is only one
way by which one can wring from the
world of today Its admiration and its
gratitude, and that is by the way of
SERVING the world. Only he who
serves his generation is respected and
honored by his generation.
Is not that Just and fine?
The people want to know HOW the
man comes up. If he gets up by low
trickery or by a betrayal of the com-
mon Interest, he cannot win the recog-
nition of the people.
But you say-
*-*othi..nir _nevw-j> IMP _ner- -

would get another In the same man-
The smiles of Eagle Boy plainly indi-
cated that he thought the whole proce-
dure a lot of good fun.
Formerly when an Indian grew tired
of his squaw he sold her to some one
else for a pony or a blanket or a bag
of flour. Now he Is civilized. He con-
suits a divorce lawyer-and sells her
just the same.
The marriage custom Is also changed.
The buck selects his wife according to
tribal precedent, but Immediately starts
with her for the nearest justice of the
peace or missionary and gets the sane-
tion of the law. Marriage or divorce.
It is all the same to the discriminating
Lo, the poor Indian, is up to date.
The tribes, It Is said, point with pride
to young braves who have had four or
five wives and been freed from them
by law.
And why not?
The smart set of the east find the
Dakota divorce statutes convenient to
them and travel long distances to avail
themselves. The Dakota Indian is for-
tunate In having the courts close at
hand. And-
Is not "incompatibility" as trying in
a tepee as in a brownstone front on
Fifth avenue?
If the white man makes a mockery
of marriage, what can he expect from
a half tame savage?

If it is true, as stated on good au-
thority, that Premdent Elect Taft has
made a decision never to drink alco-
holic liquor, he Is to be warmly com-
Mr. Taft has the will power of a
strong man. and if he has made up his

spoil the animal for Intelligent direc-

HHoa in The more one speaks loudly and
H a rt to e ar harshly to the horse the more does the
animal expect such outbursts and will
make an extra effort only when the
Sl S driver makes an extra use of his voice.
T a s*The low word spoken positively, but
By EDWIN A. NYE. in kindness, is all sufficient.
One may make an intelligent, falth-
Copyright. 1909. by American Press ful companion of his horse or he may
Association. make his horse a driven slave, a nerv-
Sou, sullen brute.
A LITTLE CIILD SHALL LEAD TIEM. The writer was pleased the other day
If Saul of Tarsus had lived In our to witness the tact and kindness of a
day his sensational conversion on the coal teamster. The team was a good
road to Damascus would appear in one, and the wagon was heavily load-
black headlines d. Pausing for awhile at the bottom
Scarcely les striking was the co- of a long hill. the driver spoke to his.
horses In a low, encouraging tone. The
version of Pat Crowe. bandit and bad horss in a low, encouaging tone. The
man, in a Chicago flat recently. team responded to Its tmost. At in.
And, like Saul. Pat Crowe has be. tervals the driver "chocked" the
come an evangelist. wheels, giving the animals a breathing
Crowe's reclamation was one of the! spell and a friendly pat.
rewards that come to the patient (it v That teamster and his team were
missionary who goes into the depths chums and coworkers. They under.
for the fallen. stood each other. The horses were in-
A Mrs. Woodmansee visited Crowe's telligent, and so was the driver. He
home at the psychological inouent had only to suggest to the animals
The bandit was overcome with re- what he wanted done. and they gave
morse over a recent drunken debauch. every fiber of their strength to his pur-
With all the directness of a first ven- pose-
tury apostle Mrs. Woodmansee said to A Kentucky gentleman who owns a
the man: "big string" of thoroughbreds and has
"God needs you in his service." won many races permits no unkind
The declaration was like the bolt of word to be spoken to his horses either
Ilpht that blinded Saul on the high- at his ranch or on the race course.
way. Had the missionary said. "The The driver who yells at his horse as
devil needs you in his service." Crowe if the animal were deaf is a poor
would have understood. But-God's horseman. The driver who loudly
service! curses his team is a tyrant. The driver
Following up this stroke, the good who Jerks the reins or beats his horse
woman pointed to the infant son in Is brutal.
the lap of Crowe's wife and asked lie that abuses one of G(d's best
what about his future. gifts Is not worthy to be master. much
Whereupon the hunted fugitive broke less owner, of a horse.
down in abject penitence. His love for One sometimes could wish the dc-
'the babe was Crowe's tender spot. trine of the transmigration of souls
After several days Crowe's conversion might be true and that the brutal
followed, driver might be changed Into a horse.
His transformation appeared corn- compelled to wear an Iron bit In his
plete. When he told his wife of his tender mouth, his delicate ears as-
future plans she put her hands In his sailed by a torrent of abuse, and feel
and said: upon his back the sting of the cruel
"I have faith In you. We will work lash. That would be the Irony of fate.
together." Exceeding firmness combined with
Crowe, who is a bright man with an exceeding kindness will conquer and
unusual command of language, is lee- control any Intelligent horse.
turning on "The Crime of Society In

seeing a remarkable latance of the
way In which animals ean adapt them-
selves to their snm"nflwT.
"On the upper reaches of the river
there was a large pool Jut fM dab
at most times, but ton a dry seasn
very low," he says. "Among the
horses making their run In the vicn-
Ity of this pool an old mare and a
number of foals and yeartngs used to
come down every day to the eag, dry
summer, when the herbage was scant
and scorched into dryness. They wad-
ed Into the pool until the water near-
ly reached theirheads and stood there
for bours, diving to the bottA for a
mouthful of succulent weeds, which
they chewed at leisure with their drip-
ping heads raised above the water.
The overseer told me that during a
long brought some M eor six yeao
previous, when hardly a vestige of
food was left om the run and Muh
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State of Ohio. City of Toledo,
Lucas County. a.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of P.
J. Cheney & Co. doina business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore-
said. and that said frm will pay the
for each and every ease of Catarrh
that cannot-be cured by the use of
Hairs Catarrh CUre.
Frank J. Cbehey.
Sworn to before me and subsribed
In my presence, this Sth day of De-
cember. A. ID 1886.
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, Toledoo 0.
Sad by all drunists, 75c. Tak
Halrs lmily Pills for cotip~Uion.
Masons meet Tbhua- y evesia. -

Are the w,'mto6dhantbtm~
Of the Ckyacy, the fan. rs of e

We solicit a shamro sotciml

ma) be to him a pleaue, meoed by a
love of hs fellow men, the world takes
note of it.
President Eliot of Harvard says: "I
tcrn my back on all the past If ead
be. I have changed my views. I have
hundreds of young men ns my hand..
No license for the city of Hbarrd
which covers the heads of those st-w
Not for himself, but for his student.
That Is the Christlike doctrine.
Fred Grant, the son of the silent
soldier and himself a brave man, when
the cup Is offered him mays, "I am
afraid to drink."
When some one asked Grant why he
was afraid to drink he replied, "I am
afraid not for myself, but r the
young oce,."
That is It.
Phbmps Brooeks, of the greatest
preachers of modern times, ueMerstnd
the meant oa this spirit of -acrIce
for others. In the pregncea o young
men who looked to him for lema ship
he spoke the language of the little
converted Jew of the first reatury:
"If eating meat craueth my brother
to offend I wil eat no more meat while
the world stands."
It is refreshing to note the growth
of this brotherhood kandnmn, the spirit
of sacrifice on the part of the strong
for the benefit of the weak.
The law of the survival of the fittest
Is cruel; the law of helpfulneaa for the
weak is divine.

Garfield said be felt like taking Off
his hat to every poor newsboy he met
because of the possibilities under his
ragged Jacket.
And Napoleon said there was a mar-
shal's baton in the knapsack of every
private soldier in his armies.
Whether Napoleon believed what he
said or was speaking for a purpose we
may not know, but a recent writer
tells of two potentially great men who
did carry knapeacks In the empower's
One of these veterans was named
Pasteur, who, after the battle of Wa-
terloo, returned to his trade as a tan-
ner. Denied the advantages of an edu-
cation, he determined that his so
should have his chance. He worked
far into the night In order to send the
boy to school.
That son was Louis Pasteur, the
greatest chemist and physiologist of
modern times.
Louis Pasteur made some of the
greatest discoveries of the nineteenth
century. He also laid the foundation
for modern antiseptic surgery, thus
conferring a boon on suffering human-
ity for all time.
The veteran Pasteur had more than
a marshal's baton in his knapack.
There was another:
Napoleon died In a home on the
island of St Helena that was Infested
with rats. To the everlasting shame
of the allies, be it said, they stooped
to make his last days miserable. It
was the business of an Irish soldier
named Sullivan to scare away the rats
while the "Little Corporal" lay on his
That Irish soldier was the grandfa-
ther of Sir Arthur Sullivan, whose
music has gladdened more hearts than
Napoleon desolated.
If Sullivan had written nothing but
"The Lost Chord," he would have
soothed more souls of men than Napo-
leon sent to their last account
Napoleon strode the world like a
Colossus. At the age of twenty-ax he
stopped the growl of all Europe with
his whiplash, but-
In Napoleon's army were men poten-
tially greater than he.
Despise not the day cf small things.
Look down upon no man.
The possibilities of every human
soul are beyond the farthest dream of
It was the skeptical loafers of Jesus'
time who asked, "Can any good eom
out of Naserethr

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Editors and Publishers.


R. R. CARROLL, Busimaes Manager


Mr. Sam Hoffman. who f,tr ov'. a
y.a r 1>;ii b-en a partner with Mr Jak,"
K! ;n in t,,. tIry goods busimnss, ha-
ol! rn- irntt r,-sts to Mr. Klein and
left for Richm'ndl. Va. Th.- relatifln'-
,if th.- film w*.r( of the moet ,corriil
n.itu. .,.', the firm wag doing a v+ryv
satisfact..!. )'lbinles. hut as Mr. Hoff--
man ,> to shortly loa'l to tl.-
altar a fair maid o f Rlchndrnl. mVa.
and shlir not wishing to l-)av* hiTr home
vliy after tho- marriage. Mr. Kl,-in r,.-
Ileveld Mr. Hoffmann ,f his *nmbdarras:-
mcnt and Ilmad-e hi. ;w:iv -m',oth anril
plea.'ant to a th riv rn,,itlTl .Tiiii 11 l-
Ilanr e. Mr Klein will continu, th,
businesri-. which he estaJilshh.d n a
n>ml'--t s-'aI,, m >orph than a i d-cad ag
a ii m .sin whichth lim a It hai izr, iwn
into o]fly iprrirtions ,m un'l',.r th
.str:ii~ ttf, war,;irrl and honorable mo'th-
,dl ,mijloyd ,.v Il.


Tih <1 i tii*' G;il-.s Recvital Com-
ranyv it com )ios-d of thr'e mr-tropoli-
tatii arti'!--i. t who have b' -n tri.-d and
founid rit actingg. Mii- <;ils. -who
has sl c' '-sfully pti rfecti accomplislhm nt of playing artist '
violin hlihmt p: is ton h'r own soprano<
niml, .\i-i :\. !y!% L<.wis, than
whom there is no l,.-v".*rtr exxpon.nt
of artistic re-adling on thi' platform.
and of ,-hom it has h' b'n said "she Is.
ilii it. lk.' Mtiss Kath<'ii n' Ridt-wa!y"
and. last liit not l"ist. the gr.'at Ipat-
chelder, v.ihop- 'ik upon th- .polo
flute has mad.' hi1in .1 r- 'ita:ti in In
musical circles s-,cond to lionme in

Each artist in this company has had
several full si-a)nso upon the concert
stage, and it will nfo doubt be one of
the s,'c-s'(',.es of thi' present lyceum
These n'lm-,vmr an't versatile artists
will present anI evening''. program
consiLsting of msoplrano solos. with violin
arnl flute obligates. violinn, luti e and
pianos, humorous and dramatic read-
ings with muisic.aI accompa ni im-nt.
and flute :and lpimcolo solos.
This cml-v r company will furnish
thi' n, xt Iv,-ium iAttri and will bh. at the armory next WVd-
nesday .v'ning. March 10th.


This morning at thm- home of the
groom at Montague. Notary John E
Balle'y sioke the words that made J.
W. F-ort and Miss May Osborne man
anil wife. The' fair bride is recenutl.
from rTennessee and a very jproposesss-
ing and char.$tng woman who has
made a host'o friends since her ad.
vent into Montague society
The Star extends congratulations anti
wishes Mr. and Mrs. Fort a long life
o)f usefulness and happiness.

The Star is in recelipt of a number
of letters, in reference to the' few lines
in last week's Star. from plnrties ,de-
siring to know the name of the person
who wanted to purchl.os wild orange
seed. The party is W. M. Barton.
Thre- Rivers. (alifornia. with whon
those interested are inviteil to com-


The r'ity council met last night and
transacted the fiolowlng business.
A numbt r of p)rioert'-, ow-ners in thp
northeastern part oif tiw < ity lptition-
ed the ( council for an arc light at the
inter.--ction o, f Ea-t Adams ,and High
st i'-"ts. The matter was referred to
tht light and wat. r committee with
powmr to act.
The <, ity surv,.yor was instructed to
gi'-' th- property owners on North
Ma.noliai streett the grades for their
-idl'.walks, as some property owners
;-. alreadyy laying walks.
Th- *I.-nt'.,. Ir. E. Van Hood. president.
In. W H Powers. vice president: Dr
W V N'w.usom. agent state board o
h, alth, lay members, George MacKay
and E. T. H'-lvenston. Mr. Helvenston
being eletJd to fill the place of Mr
"hli.rl,-s th,.inaue-r. resigned.
A 1I ntthy an'l most valuable type
wlitten report a. submitted by Di
I.. V'In Hood on th.- -anitary condition
,of ih. city. thi. results accomplished
hyIv th,- biard of health and the sani
tary department. The rploort was rea'
and filnd for information.
Th.- bill ,of th, Munroe & Chamblis
iMank for about $1.500 and the Fltz
zerald Co. foir $1.921. being all of th
r- maining paving indebtedness. wa
'om io1,.,! paid in full.
ThR street committee was instruct
,-d to have a surv,'y made of Nort
Magnoija street from the present pay
ing to the Seaboarad Air Line depot
to ascertain how many yards th
street contains. cost of same, etc., t
r.'imoit at th.- nwxt regular meeting
Th. Ii.rk was instructed to mak
an effort tio sell and cance-l as man
of thi ity tax c,-rtificates as iposs1

Mr. i. E. Harris appeared and asked
that the ordinance governing an
controlling livery stables abutting o
the public square be enforced. M
Walter Ray. who owns the property
in question. was ordered communical
,d1 with by the city clerk and he wi
b'- r,'que.sted to remove the building
sain' not being deemed safe.
Mr. Carmichael reported that th
o-stimate he had received so far on
suitable cage for the animals in th
too high.
A large batch of bills were ordered
Thei reports of the different officer
wer' read and referred to their respect
live committees.
Th', finance committee made its re
port. which is as follows:
Report of the Finance Committee fo
Month of February
To the Honorable Members of tl
City Council, of Ocala, Florida:
Gentlemen-We beg leave to repo
that w" have examined the reports
the officers hereto attached, and fin
t* he same correct. These reports sho

the following:
Bal. on hand Feb. 1 ........
Clerk deposited light coll'ns.
Market rents ................
Rent of street roller ........
City drainage wells ........
Sale of pound fertilizer ...:
Licenses ....................
Ad valorem tax ...........
Delinquent personal tax. 1907.
Police court fines ...........
Pound fees .................





Mr C. Y. Miller and his son-in-law.
Mr. Bert Newburn came in last even-
ing from Lroy, preparatory to leav-
Ing for New York. where they will
purchase a large nnd complete. stock
of goods for their Leroy store anad Mr.
Miller anticipates making a real es-
tate. deal of great magnitude. Mr. M..
who is the soul of kindness and hos-
pitality. on his arrival in town last
evening, telephoned the emlitor of the
Star ,ndl his family to join him at
supper at the Ocalna Hous'. which
pleasure was denied them on account
of other domestic arrangements. We
trust these people will have a safe.
pleasant and profitahble trip to the me-
tropolis of the nation.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sistcunk of Ber-
lin. spent yesterday in town. guests
oif their daughter. Mrs J. D. Fe'rguson.
Mis. Sistrunk came in especially to
consult IDr. Howard about her tongue,
which has troubled her more than a
year. Mrs Sistrunk went to Tampa
to a specialist. but the treatment giv-
en was not satisfactory. so Dr. ITow-
ard. who is a noted 1phy3ician in II-
li.,iois and who is .lpendling a few weeks
S in tc(ala. was consulted.

From all accounts the i;imaguina;ti-ini
-of iPresident Taft will bring to' Wash-
ington the largest crowd of;le'
ever assembled in that city and the
thrifty hotel men are taking time by
the forelock and advancing price.* for
accommod(litiins ;at least 500 ner cent

W B. Stocks, o(if C'ol.-m:an. whoi was:
in town tod'y. s.iil steps weret bing
taken to organize a v. ry strong loidge
of Odd FeIllows at that place shortly.

Mr J. L Sm.oak has been heard
from at Cordova. S C.. where, he1 went
to see' hl is aged mother. He' reports
her condition slightly improved. Their
Star reported that site was dead. but
It rejoiced the heart of her son to find
on his arrival 0h,. nas still alive. Rituibn Smith of Oxford and
her sister. Miss. Minnie Jeff,'oT.-;i. aret
in the city visiting friends Al'hough
Miss Jeffcoat was horn .mand reared
near Oxford, this is her first %visit to
IOala. This is the more unusual. a.,
nearly every one in and around Ox-
ford look upon Oc':a. a a th, ii home
city andi visit it more. Ior I ss.

With C'alpt. John L. Inglis and John

Total .....................$17.293.98
)is.iiarscmnnts during Peb-
ruary. 1909. as follows-
General fund ..... ........ $
Fire and water ............ 297.78
Electric light fund ......... 1.150.03
Bond interest fund ......... 654.03
Sinking fund ............... 4095.00

$ 4,848.44
Bal. in bank March 1. 1909.$12.435.54
Distributed among the fol-
lowing funds:
General fund ..............$ 6,578.16
Fire and water fund ...... 3.515.27
Sinking fund ............... 830.99
Bond interest fund ........ 206.35
Electric light fund ......... 1.304.77

Against this there is out-
standing scrip in the sum
of $999.45. distributed In
the following funds:
General fund ...............$ 441.45
Fire and water fund ........ 85.40
Electric light fund ......... 472.60

1 999.45

The following amounts of
scrip have been issued dur-
ling February, 1909:
Regular salaries ............$
Street dept. (current account)
Strr.eet dept. (old account)..
Police, department ..........
O office .......................
Fire department ...........
Sanitary department ........
Market Janitor ............
Printing notices, mold account
Ev> nin Star ............
Ele-,'tii light department ..
Adverti-ing for sidewalk bids
Ocala Hanner ............
City attorney, commission
on collections account the
>-tre, t paving .............
S'ity lighting ...............
Reilemption of bond ........
Itond int restt . . . . . . .
I 'ity 7.00 . . . . . . . .
Fo'd for animals city zoo ..


7S 00



Total .....................$ 5.168.72
H. D. Stokes, Chairman.
E. T. Helvenston
In the matter of the committee ap-
li;ht* d to look into the Guerrant-


To Introduce

"us-m- 111 m-110 --"

Have more than I need. Fifty pair
extra large Homing pigeons, match-
ed. Have no time to look after them.
D. M. Boney, Ocala. Fla. 2-10


Mothers who value .their own com-
fort and the welfare of their children.
should never be without a box of
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children, for use throughout the sea-
son. They break up colds, cure fev-
erishness, constipation, teething dis-
orders, headache and stomach trou-
bles. These powders never fall. Sold
by all drugstores. 25c. Don't actcpt
any substitute. A trial )package will
be sent free to any mother who will
address Allen S. Olmsted, Leroy, N. Y.


The annual meeting of the Marion
County Hospital Association for" the
election of officers will be held at" 4:230
p. in. March 13, 1909. at the hospital.
All contributing members are urged
to be present to hear reports of offi-
eers and to participate in the business
that may come before the meeting-.
D. S. Woodrow. President.
Attest: W. V. Newsom, Secretary.
Ocala, Fla.. Feb. 25. 1909.

The merits of the 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.


Save your orders for Diozo, the
wonder of the disinfectant age. Cab-
inets used in any apartment of the
most elegant home, office and all
places of business. Telephone disin-
fectors 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 exhibil-
tion at some stated place within ten
days. J. E. Wagnon. Ocala.

Piles Cured in Six to Fourteen Days

PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching. Blind. Bleed-
ing or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days
or money refunded. 50c.


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.

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
Herbine in my familyy for years
Words can't exprfas what I think
about it. Everybody in my household
is happy and well, and we owe it to
Hrbiie."' Sold by the Anti-Monopoly


A few more horses for sale by the
Tompkins. Cobb Company, which will
be closed out at figures that will corn-
pel buyers to take note of the fact.
Tompkitna Cobb & Company. I


I have opened in Ocala a sh p for
bligh-class paperhanging and paintting
and it is my desire to give an elf-
mate on every painting and paper-
hangirg job that is to be done In
Ocala. I have the best paper man In
the south and I handle the finest and
ino1st up too date line, of paper, bur-
laps. silk fithbric go ds and imitation
tiling, booth imlioirted and domestic on
the market and my interior decora-
tions are up to date I have made a
special of intettor'work for years and
can suit any one. I make the" best
cloth 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 tn 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 reliev-
ed and quickly cured his neighbor.
Later It cured his son's wife of a se-
vere lung trouble. Millions believe its
the greatest throat and lung cure on
earth. Coughs, colds, croup, hem-
orn hags and sore lungs are surely i
curci'l by it. Best for hay fever, grip
anml whooping cough. .5,,. and $1.
Trial battle free. Guaranteed by all
il'rug' ists.

F'<)l SAL.E-The following proper-
ty on Lake Weir. one mile from Okla-
wahla: 40 acres comprising 16 acres
bearing grove. 4 acres lake front, 20
acres uncultivated lands. Dwelling
house anil packing house. D. S.1
W oodrow. '_-2-Tt

This i- tihe 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 loses of Kennedy's.
Laxative Cough Syrup will act very
promptly. Its laxative principle cures
tliu cold by driving it from the sys-j
tem by a gentle but natural action of
the -hovwels. Children especially like
Kennedy's Iaxative Cough Syrup, as
it tastes so good, nearly like maple!
sugar. It is sold by the Anti-Monopoly


-Ana *1 ...

When the days have vanished
That were full ot splendor.
Hot emoug, ru venture
Storage lard to reader.
How they strike our tfacy
Like a hammer tr ipag
Withl a ro layout
And the frot bug nIn
Then we die of loataw
Fer the brasmes G gs
That with blast of turnafe
Were at times competia
And we can In fancy
Fee them fan o m-fMc
When we and old winter
Oetting down to cams.

Thus at every asino
Vain regrets come fretting
For the one that's vahlahed,
On ts races bettln.
And we come reciPtg
Words semrene Pnd esast
For the one that Ia't
On the job at present.

Reoardlefe of the Futme.


bShe Is young she is ;
She is good to see,
And her nut brown hair
Has entangled me.
And her round thrat white
Is without a flaw.
But er vole Is qite
Like a cro-scut saw.
In her cheeks soft bloom
Is the dew drenched ro s
Like a rich perfUme.
Now It comes and em
But.&ia&as whe ash speks
She her Englis lays
And the red gore reeks
In each dripping pbram

Kmnw His Line.
"You can recommend the cont, CtiN,
to be gentle and house bro and all
that," said the American mlmalre
who was looking around for something
choice In that line as a prI t for his
spoiled daughter.
"Yes," replied the marriage broker.
stroking his short whiker, "Me Is all
right, and you can safely put your
money In him. Re In om of o ix
best sellers."

"I am sure of one thnlg" said the
homely woman.
What Is that?" inquired the brtal

"That I can make myself ptl& "


Whitworth ase. the- following report KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERY i
was rnadt
Report of the Sanitary Committee Thre ar. more cases of kidney trou- ,
R Iela.f t la.nmaryh lommtte9 11- h.-re n,,w than ever before, while
T- thHoala. FlaB Mard ,". f int r:-c .nt re ,pirt. show that more people
Ton th. Hori,,rabl.- Boar.! ,.t Amlrr..n ':,,',u b *each ear to so nm form of
of the City of Ocala 'kidne-y disease than any other cause. 4
Gentlemen-The sanitary committ- Vhn^ there i slknes., examine the:
to whom the complaint of Mr. H. H. ut ti... Rh.'umatusni is only a symp- PERT PAfG I
Whitworth against Dr. E. P. Gunerrant t.,m ,; kidney trouble. It is nothing ---
as milk inspector was ref.-rr-d. b-g moe ,r li.:-s than excessive uric acid i Don't get SCL. gmo t Y hIM
to submit the following report in th o,: o)d which the sluggish. in- ; flerlg M friend mt y tem
S \a%- have thoroughly inv-stigat.d the t ltive ki,lrins have failed to sift out.' and insist uponi t
case ani find that all evid.-ne- .-nds ,.aviig it to decompose and settler
r to Ipro- that Mr. Whitwurth 4s ,n- about the joints and mus.-!es. causingi
tinely innocent )of the charges. He inteii.-e suffering: frequently rt-sulting!
wa.s given a new trial in the mayor's in h.fornity. often reaching the heart Of e a W
court Wednesday morning,. the 24th of 6 hen death ensues. w WM le gb i m
February, and the case against him Pains across the back. frequent itl li B
. was dismissed. painful and t-uppr.'-sed urination and of f i
f The in.sp .etion at the Hunter Drug other symptoms of weak bladder are m1 il i
y Co. %aQ made about twenty-four |not the ,nly signs of kidney trouble; V
hour; after the milk had be*.,n deliv- ma~ny cases of stomach disease. head- -* LV s
er-d, and about twelve hours pro- :,., ,;ajn :n th, heart. inactive liver. Ilk"a t, 0 0
vioux a quart was l")ur,-(d from th.- .-te. ar,- but symptoms; the cause of' i
top of the- an by th,- Hunt'r Dru,,.\ hi',h a0i n be tiraed to f--ble. clogged : te g'rlf
. (Co. for us. at the fountain. thus rib- 1 kihis \ e T fl tM
n bipg th"- milk of nearly all ot th. but- A in.% .t; tf-t of the urine is to void pom-e sfe
d ter fat. a n-matll iuanitity in a bottle or glass -
While we fee-l that the milk inspe_- aid let it stand over night; next e t w a
d tor should have the moral support o morning the mothereis a ruepdish. bribck- ntthere is ayth ltdt a WI
the city in the discharge of his offi- dust like sediment. or white fleecy yearns to have onhand waday" It
s cial duties, and that Inspection of milk substance present, either consult some One of the new sleves.
" from the various dairies should be reputable physi~ani or take a good
e made frequently, still we think that vegetable treatment. The following Life would be ime gado swet Ag
s it is very unjust to any dairyman to prescription iL recommended highly If we could NrWa OWr frta~la d
t-tst his milk hours after it ha- passed in th-se cases, and the sufferer can, puih our eemies aCCOt n to f g
h from his hands, and we- would advise inix it it at home: Compound Kargon, ow private omde
h that in the future, tests be made at a "F'e ,u* l'ltiil Extract Dondellon,
" time when the milk is, to the positive o .-hbilf ounce. S'nrmi-u',t Syrup Sar-
it knowledge of the inspector, in the saparilla three oun,... Shakt well- No woman has 1, 11 u:
le sam.- condition in which it was deliv- and use in teaspoonful 0om es after cause for jealousy e*
to -fred. each meal and at bedtime. -who Is the only _sas
W.- further r-comme.nd that insppc- W'h'-r. any of the symptoms enu- woman present -
' ltion be made at the various places morated. above are present. good re-
ly where milk is served to test its qual- suits are sure to follow immediately It is bard to en*
- ities E. T. Helvenston. the use of this simple prescription. dare another 'S
d B. Snyder. FOR SALE paln--unless yot
l H. ('. Jones. FO aALE
id .V. JA good saddle and buggy horse, also are either his phy-
in TWO MILLION BOTTLES int' pacer and rapid walker; eight slaOn or his train-
r Of Perry Davis' Painkiller sold very yl rs old -. found and g ntle, Price, ed nae.
ty yar. Think of it' And every bottle is rte to J J Hudnel. ec- -
Sessenhi, suffering and helping some tra. Fla. 3-2-dwim Had the combinati besn Just a lit
l human toing to health and happiness! tle different every man Is dead su
s. This wonderful household remedy A Religious Author's Statement be would have been a great and glocr-
st' mops the pain of sprains, burns or OUs success.
bruiises. It relieves rheumatism or' R'. Jo.-h H ...eperrnan. alis-
aneuralgia. It cures chlds. cramnl,, bu'. N. ('.. who i tOhe author of sev-
Sneuralia. l ks writ,.s: '" or several years It may be all right to be strenuO s
d ut I was afflicted ith kidne trouble If some one else will stand the expense
for th. thirst sign of trouble. The new lnd last winter I was ,uddenly strick- and. let you reap the profits
f,,r th.tnirst sign of trouble. The new myI
Pd size bohtle is 35 cents and there is i-i iwith a svvi-' pain in my kidneys
also the 50 cent siz... Be sutire your an!,1 wats to bed d.ight days "t" PM"
rs druggi't gives you Perry Davis'. un-h, t,., gt upt without assistance. ig a g mmr.
druggi gives you Perry Davis'. ^;:tBing a song of sumam.
c- My urin, contained a thick white sed- Hard to chant Its Vralss
SEED POTATOES FOR SALE I "ilnt and I passed same frequently When the s n is boUla
e- d lay ;and night. I commenced taking And It' hot as bloa,
200 bushels yellow yam and several hundred y's Kidney Remedy, and the pain But Its rare attraetlons
or other varieties: also several hundred grually abated and finally ceased Are Immenselly please
bushels ,eating potatoes; four young and my urine became normal. I cheer- When the snow comes dritft
cows, fresh milkers, at a bargain. f,,,i .o.m..dt i, ,-., .-iidenv And our eas ame reilaig.

-7N7 '77--

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Assisted by Gui elsuit hWbu N1
Rider-Ksesy, asp row; N vda yn jr eswb
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cr.ess,"wids t s "auIs I a Charwd *a f, v *

mew ork y wm" 0sh-s sa


one hundred years u,#M. arms 19f~
ing rele C (the ol C~olulaldays wa wthr~

The Two Busied 1.41mm hbraonetof the WaM0 esf
hobeffMad m"M1U4 he the Whe f w wM .
~~~ft~4t ~us tIUtt

ed at mothig In the future
in.e took IAx inches from TIP to UP.away

Gives by Prot.f. iC. P'iamitan onan mi(its.
!ha". Adult. 16 cents; children 10 oass. tiU
West Wde orwftPab 41toquMare

Tmw~e A* so


Sam Mon

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sor this 1801 0ats s w ay

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I receive every day ftrm CMsWI
mRivermebi.' ates bt ibeth aOa
Gulf i sa. it and frels water fla
and UileLt. I c give you the ibt
In Am-"y oyuteru. fresh and P0s1t-
rl devtere. Phone 219 ft y lt-;
amecoed stalU oan te let. 1-"*t


One Ot gtreate oveBin-sa
about the boRfse is ems o ss Amins
Ican lectrie amothing IreU tNat-
ed in a minute, an ese. tint,8.
never olld or satked. GM2t elI'wfe
mother or er Ome a t Am. .Wi.
sixe n a primes. AskIL, W. ?2w
to how $hem s yen.



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Masons meet tomorrow night.

Jied ''fl n.'.t t'e(3i'rx 'se ninzl~
Let u., s maiiurs' you foir your spring
.quit today. M J'ixhe'l & Son.

t'e. Prico "'P( -!.1 IsY ill 'lrtcgcct!4.

j ,f-t I. ne-c iifer N'H-r ;.rIng
"Iit t', M j'il'. & Sonr.
Ai rs. E. P 4.j r; pI t :1md ii~e
J11 visit t Mt A!' l?. fec' a r.e%%ei.-
tJ ;L.lflg gpne tj e


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ferguson of
1ilto" ri'. were hoping in town yes-

Neuya and La Luzerne, two new
p'-rfnum- at the Poistofflce Drug-
A.. It. Il .,!I. th.- e'nte'rirising far-
men and rll(.ker at O(tk, was in town
t, nl:y for the first tim," in two alttth..
if.. hi.s b.-'eIn Ielumy putting in his crops
- It I h .t. ..: ... .

Neuy hnd L~ Lec.'rre'.tWA rv~' Vee ar.- iiivitoel to attend our spring
Stre.'r o'ttt ~C Iiu :*liz er tailor imade clothes. M.
St OtP. 1.' ,le' & Sion. 4'i'm.. around is soon
'is )ki c-an.
ft omit reseececJj4P~. nol 'I',el.'j ~'* n Ei-Trwo sunny front rooms
24 Watucla s~t reel 2.21 -::t .1'()P., L... . '.m i.hA
'PC sr'IL leeijet- n I *de-.. .' .h6

Cw.t y-mrE;I~l-icte-r -iji't rnad- attM.
lFishf'l & er. l!.tie'-.c
display. -

Mt'4. tG,.rg- Mal i, ~ ;md e'
ttle cia Z:hlo*r. Aiiiiisr -tic:ii, (I Mtendacv
freon Lit k-- W--ir Nice-r-' tIe sy sit Tit tic.'
teo d i -I %%i lc '.% Irs. I S W 4eit jeIro %.w
Neuya andulLa I .cize'"'iio.. t'VI w fewI
pcrfcuin4.'s at he- P. e-tidfi'e' Drug-
Itore. ~ -

Mr. W.f.ilae.h i. th' :ivp-jnt4'r!
aind c'ontractst'e. le- o%-e tisola v feet'Mr.
l'.wiril HIleeler's 1eeeetirig aelnd thching,
premoervvu amtin ti V.' ithl-iac'.wheei, v here
he will build a ))"at hiceils-e fAr Mr Heel-



"l li 1 n gi %i.'enl -r ni otST n fl
mnifiirnisi, ,1. N, light hous'k4-'ping.
n.o c hili'ron. P. 0. Box 346. 6t
Call In ana see the pretty line of
fancy imported China that we are
displaying. The Anti-Monopoly Drug
FOR SALF--See'd corn, the same
quality and kind that won the Cham-
bl] -:. prize at the county fair. Apply
to XV. 31.. ;ist. Mcintosh, Fla. 2-25-1m
hyvsl'lins' prescriptions, family re-
tpe", ;all ordir. for medicines fliked
uirnder positive guarantee at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore. Only Squlbbs'
chemicals-' and Parke~,4,J s & Co.'s
rugs sol'l at this storhe-boh guaran-
te-eing purity and strength.

t imer


You are.cordially invited

to attend the

Grand Display


French Pattern Hats

and Imported Novelties

Wednesday and Thursday

March third and fourth

Courteous treatment given'to all

Minnie A. Bostick '



BY USING-------






Electrical Supply House

Lutie Mote Hansborough of Tampa,
who is one of Ocala's moat popular
visiting girls.
Mrs. Sistrunk had planned to have
an all-day picnic at Scott Springs, one
of the most picturesque spots around
Ocala. but the inclement weather
turned a merry day in the woods
,lmong spring flowers into a- jolly
house party. Tables were placed on
-the broad verandas, which looked
very woodsy with the many pot plants,
and whist and bridge were deeply en-
joyed until the hostess announced
that dinner would be served.
Pell mell the picnickers rushed
forth to the dining room where a most
bounteous and delicious picnic dinner
was served in picnic style. Chicken
pillau, sweet potato balls, deviled eggs.
sandwiches, pickles, olives and fruit
punch were relished with appetites
that always go with a picnic. Then ice
cream, cake and fruits with stuffed
dates were passed to the tune of
waltzes and two-steps played on the
After dinner booklets with pen and
ink Billy 'Possums sketched on them,
work of the clever hostess, were given
to each with Instructions to write a
'possum story. The peals of laughter.
while these stories were being read.
showed marked witticisms and great
literature talents on the part of the
authoresses. Miss Hansborough prov-
ed. in black and white, to be the clev-
erest 'Possum writer and for her tal-
ent was given a bunch of suckers-all-
da -with ribbon around their necks.
Assisting the hostetA were Miss An-
nie Atkinson. Mrk. W. H. Hocker. Mrs.
E. H. Mote. Mis. Louis Duval. Mrs. B.
.W. Mlmms. Mrsa.. L. Carney and
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston. Though the
weather was stormy everybody had a
jolly time and each one voted Mrs.
Sistrunk an ideal entertainer.

Last evening twelve or fifteen mem-
bers of the Young People's Missionary
Society of the Methodist church met
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Clyatt I the second ward to perfect
plants l angemenfs for a mission
service hed at the church In the
near fu ,
The ytag of this society
will have' Ithke church service
Sunday, ). a, in the evening.
and will p AeWe i unusuaUlly Inter-
esting and ins ttlve misison picture
of work In the different foreign fields.
Japan. China, Korea, etc., being rep-
resented by different members, dress-
ed In costume.
Last evening those assembled to
discuss and arrange for this service,
after completing their labors, indulged
in music, games and a candy-making.
An hour and a half was pleasantly
spent with the charming hostess, and
each guest went home well pleased
with the evening's work and pleasure.
The quiet of FPort King avenue was
ruthlessly shaken yesterday afternoon
by the explosion of a gasolene boiler
in the shoe shop of D. W. Goodwin.
In the Montezuma hotel block. Just
how it happened it still a mystery and
the more so because no one was In-
jured in the explosion, which wrecked
the Champion Shoe Machine, sent
fragments of casting In every, direc-
tion, one piece, embedding itself in a
door and another pice as big as a
man's hand whistled past the head of
R. S. Mitchell, who was paying Good-
win a business visit at the time and
had just remarked to the proprietor
that the gas flame under the boiler
were burning with unusual brilliance
and the words were scarcely out of his
mouth when. the rumbling noise like
that of an immense quarry blast had
expended its power. The machine,
wbhie not a total wreck, is so dis-
mantled that it probably will have to'
he sent to the factory at St. Louis to
he repaired. The machine when new"
cost $320. The total damage was
fully $200. but Goodwin deems himself
and those in the shop as fortunate in
not being injured.

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.


..... .. As SIlisst 1 raItTERmAMlB
moR MsIg a 3i maiatman

"Behold! In the City of Ocals, eem-
monly known as the town of bard
rock. there dwells a woman of the fe-
male kind. known favorably and other-
wise as the Lady Sistrunk. Be It
known to all that this Catjfgl.o&s
dame had it laid upon her heart to
take certain of her cronie--worse
than herself--on a tour of the woods
known to those of scientle lore as a
"Behold! The winds blew, the rain
descended, the water rolled In the laud
as a mighty river and it appeared
MPOV wI f even unto the least that the sky had
gone into a shower bath and the frm-
d y ament into a mighty ocean and the
time of the 'possum was in the land
i that ix what I know about 'possums.)
rg p3Wa M "Behold! This aforesaid dame built
* Cream of Tartr. a great fire In her spacious dining
.moom and dragged forth pots of pillau
Sand pans of sweet potatoes, nests of
eggs. great baskets of the staff of life
and many other things to tickle the
fancy apd fill long felt wants and the
company of maids and mothers for-
The- frienr.ds of Mr. Alfred Bck, so .ook their worldly pursuits and came
;;v years with th, Postufflce Drug- forth and set about the festal board.
or'. as pr"scription clerk. should "Thereafter it is left to the medicine
,.,r i mind thtt Mr. Beck is now in man. Thus endeth the story of Billy
ars. of th Courthouse Pharmacy. l'Posum. Let us plant 'simmons and
Th,. l)rugster. ,on the- Square." Mr. sweet potatoes on his grave and erect
Seck ;'and Mr. Emmett Robinson hav- an ebony abaft at his head."
S, ,ently bought this store. Mr. The above is one of the after-dinner
:,,k i on ,tof th- bfst and most Billy 'Possum stores written at the
,rifril in the state and lovely all-day party given yesterday
,u will mak. no mistake in carrying by Mrs. Simeon T. Sistrunk at her
im your business. beautiful home to comppUmet to M12

of the men resisted the officers. Mar- Foley's Honey and Tar cues eoughs
shal Bull and Policeman Culbreath quickly, strengthens the lump nd
finally subdued the man. after club- expels colds. Get the genaue lna a
bing him good at the Jail door. where y ow package. Sold by all druggt.
he made his last stand and put up a _-
fierce fight. Neither of the mnen ap- Mr. W. H Thompson, from Pine
peared this morning and their hds t Wyo, is stoppmg at the lorida
were estreated. The other fite was Br n Be is U 9td s"
against a woman of bad character. to locate ;V w O0l1 where It wIlA
be Ihady tor his chldMn to g- to
Our tailoring man Is here and wants ood. Mr. Z C. Calhas toWm Ur.
to take your measure or a p-ring Tompmn out to s fI todew to
suit. Come and look trouow him what hs b prt .of 1ur
samples. M. Fishel & 0Dlo. ba
Send us your pescrlptlea bausaeas. et- t the
We are thoroughly prepared to teadle-Bm prtb that umr K, 1at 1
it. Tydlngs I Co. AnntlM opoly D ftM -

The W. C. T. U. wil give a reeptiem
n Yonge's tall Moeday Ight. March
Sth. The publie Is erdially Iavited.
especially the young people t
One pm oef pawe and tW" SI
of evelmes vyw best mank No
*ent* at T~ & Ca.
Mr. A. J. Brigace vei last
nigb. from Perry, to which 610 f10m
Jacksonville be took a gang f twenty
fve convicts. He left, on the Etar-
noo train f tor Kkl, gam wlth let ate,
bhe will brin another gaW. Owng

of ceol bravery and pb gml "W -
awe, and Mr. Brigames semewm t.


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Wil bea t or Sto
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Much 4 5 a" 6*- =19 m g 4VINjMS
*t 9 a usettvale vm t ,..

This Demanstmaton is Worth t u mnnk
Ie iing he ean y >-n-' -aK
s MissCarrie mWW be
tlllils I~ JIM th & imt a

to call and see the msperat. lat he he tW Mt0 -AB4 9n
ority of ersI a ol s. r

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TaIlahasee. March --At a
of the commissioners of the stote U-
stitutions. held here mystery In the
executive office, the contract tor ee-
vict was awarded to the imwda -Plae
GLOBE HAS M'CALL PATTERN& CoM"yf. of mftml a t0M pa
-_ per year. m lYw. -
The Globe has secured Oeabo a
in Ocala for the ft m TI cort aa mst, az
MeCal pattena. '-New tye wf t s I astts evIeta for va g tsd Ot tota
stock. yeam, to benta Jamar 12l

A PFy-Sholes typewriter, god as u rTe r haes
new, in perfect order, for gale cheap ftrh ir a fi I*
for cash. or on monthly payments. In- attend w I make a me tha w5
quire at this offle. a ke a
A portion of a dairy herd consisting y g M G e
of a cood bull aAd several heifers, Tuesday orala Mr
yearlings and calves. A bargain if McKean was the detbtful hostee at
sold at once. See or write. J. H. Brin- a two-table bridge party tSe in
son. 2-3-d4twlt honor of her sister, Mr.. C. V. MIlgW,
of Jacksomvvle. .
The brldg games were wreatl5 e*
LOVERS jored. At the comnehlemt Mrs. 2ne-
of good health should prevent sick- Kean served deGkloua teah. ThWe
ness instead of letting themselves get enjoying the mornam1 were Mm."
sick and then try to cure t. 8So long Looney, Mrs. J. gerig M W HoMje ,
as you keep your, liver, bowels and Mrs. Rheinauer and Mr. Otis Green.
stomach in a healthy and active con- .
edition you won't get sick. Ballards PIANO TUNINGl
Herbine relieves constpation. inset-
Wie liver and all stomach and bowel Tea year experece. .IBAftnoaea,
troubles. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly any muase teacher in Oeala. My1
Drugstore. music house in JaclwMvlsI. 'Pit
29k A. M. LaImasur ety 1-.-tf
The regular annual meeting of be OYr8Ts AT ELK CAPS,
stockholders of the Ocala Water Com-
pany will be held In the city of Ocala,. f *fry ...... ... ... ...* **.*
Fla, on Saturday, the th day oft HIf ry ......... ... ... *** e.
March, A. D. 1WS. 2-9-t Milk Stew .... ... ... ..... ...ow
J. A. Campbel, leecretary. Pan Stew -......... *.... ..... .I*.
DK r1amw ........ .....2U
*a raw ............ .,..
At anyhMow fmW a. ALm 6 WI a
*ver iyY n theWo -et

attended by many ladie m wet to,
admire the new opIn, eresfemagm
women's wear. Mi- As e~'s w n-
dow was bl utitflly deoate with,-*
purple ribbon, bouquets of violets
CHILDREN'S EYES etc., and was greatly admired by all.
If your child Is backward' In his
studles-does not like to study. or has X KM A ame f 22 a
symptoms of headache, you will pro a letter from fvmHiahl o m Wn4
ably find that there is some Uttleye ews "M at t ahatU Um.L P
trouble. distos Wo inm e, itO
There may be no outward aens of c WcUea -i
a defect, yet the eyes should be ex- s O thls '.
amlned to make sure there s sno ult wa Al" 'Wshaim ived "' Is n We ,
In them. "eal years aft eir martu.
CHILDREN'S EYES returned lahut nlght from a ten das '
DR. D. M. BONUT, visit to relatives 5 St.81 mirur
Byesight Spelant.
143t. _Ot. of t .Campbed So ad wLlta
Otfie Hours: 9 to 1z a m. an tihat place their home. Mr. L tie is
laboratoryht, aoomsv ed 4 lrg w e es w.

+ -- Ahe.0elh. _
Three cash bends of 125 each were ..
retreated in the mayor's court this Mayor John I) flobtqlo-tina m
morning. Two of them were y toung eoa grea 4f t a
white men said to be working on the pMacola e steeped In m-
steel bridge being constructed across o the way hIme itoT beprlstat "
the Oklawaha river. They came to l o the ids s t l
town yesterday and got gloriously fulloe o tie e y o h s 1 nna
and one of them In particular wa s for the ex
fighting. Last night several people Mr. Edward PitagraM of thA'le
were rudely jostled off the sidewalks, p i fgoe, wa "re
violent language was used and a ne- today, a t of the hin N
gro woman was knocked off the side- made the Star a li ant call .*
walk and beaten. When arrested one

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There are many ways in which it serves the
public, but the one now most valuable, per.
haps, is to help with loans. We willjmeet the
needs of conservative borrowers.

The Munroe & Chambliss Bank

Z. C. Cbambliss Y. Pres.

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Leatling Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida

An immense stock of Reliable Wages, Bggles, Cart
and Carriages carried at all times.
harness, Saddles, Lap Robes, Whips, ad adU AN
carried by a first-class house of this b ad. b In quaM
tiles from the factories, and always a stock atl e Very
lowest prices.
We can save you money a yor prehases, be MIgy
large or small.
Agents for most of the leadlag and best dakes of
wagons and buggies.


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Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Mutton, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnipe, Beets,
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions

Phone 108

The following pros-poem was writ-
ten by a well known bachelor poet to
a lady's album: "All honor to woman,
the sweetheart, the wife; the delight of
I t*d all kin of bloo e the fireside by night and by day, who
tod e anymgood but I hav fond nthe r'htfIthn never does anything wrong In her life
blmt. MyNr fo was full of pimnli *ld llk- except when permitted to hav tbar
healds. After taking ('atear.4s t >'y all *, 'S I C
*ontlning the ne of tShipn and re-onmeinn own way."
SomB tn my friends. I fe-l fn wtihn I r,.e i1 the
molnlgg. Hope to have a chance to recoumenod
FredC Wi te. 4Kim St..Newark. N.J. SIMPLE REMEDY FOR LA GRIPPE
Best for La grippe coughs are dangerous as
The Bowels thty frequently develop into penu-
he monia. Pol.y's Honey and Tar not
S",1l 'nly stops the cough but heals and
strvngth#ns the lungs so that no ser-,
Sinus results need be feared. The gen-
CANOV CA uina. F'oley's Honey and Tar contains
no harmful drugs and is in a yellow
P.i-'kage. Refuse substitutes. Sold by
all druggists.
PiM wm t PsItable. Potnt. Tast. TGud n l oo4,
oever Sleben. Weakn or '%ripo. 0c. *'e. ... Nf y
I. lk. The' gennt.... taet tamred CO. Short-Yes; I believe some fortune
Maed to care or ,,r n oy toack. tellers are on the leveL Not long ago
sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or N.Y. M one agreed to tell me something about
ANNUAL SALE" TEN MILLION BOXES my future for a dollar. Long-Well?
S- - Short-I gave her the money, and he
Told me the time would come When I
Should wish I had my dollar back-
Chicago News.

T. T. Inroe, Pres.

there was Jim Culver lying flat on the
ground beneath that runabout of his.
Tm busted,' says Jim to me, 'and
Miss Bronaon wants to get that 452
from the junction. Think you can get
her over? You'll have to make a rec-
ord.' What could a fellow do, Rajah,
old chap? He couldn't be cad enough
to refuse, now, could her?
The girl stroked the kitten thought-
"It's a very clever explanation," she
"The worst of It is, Rajah, she won't
believe a word of It," said be gloomily.
"I'm almost tempted to believe it.
Teddy," said she.
"And If she does believe It she won't
be sorry for the way she treated me,"
ho Vrntn

"Im almost tempted to be sorry,"
the said softly.
"And even If she Is sorry shell never
care for me the way I've been trying

I U I A SWOLLEN JAW for the past four years to have her
-- -A SWOLLEN JAW are," he persted.
is not pretty nor pleasant Whether The girl held the kitten at arms'
its cau.d by neuralgia, toothache or eth.
AND 1ill reduce the swelling and relieve "Tedd," maid very softly,"I
Sll thrl pain. The great and sure cureilmos t ged to- She stopped.
for rheumatism, cuts. burnt, bruises, ft*hingdeely.
vald's-any and all aches and pains. Kenworthy sprag from the ham-
The Ong l nd Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. mock with a suddenness that precipl-
1 V tated Rajah to the ground.
L AOX re TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS "Alcia, Alcla," he cried, "I fareyou
S-- to finish that sentence!"
or cohs, cola. troat and I will be at th following places on TheM dropped the kitten. Se
.o. ougs oI.. % t du. time speciflea to receive tax returns# .


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C9TrS~a. a b. I, Mr M C cuhtg.*-B m 3
By al the fws and the prophets of
precedent Kesworthy should have
amde a stormy exit at the he lht of
the. qureL In staylag on whea the
final word had been said and grim -
lesce had aoeseeded the berated accu-
mationa and counter accations be was
guilty of an aat"vH-v But Ken-
worthy was no rspecter at precedent,
and at present It mattered not a rap
to him whether he was guilty of an
anticlimax or not. e only knew that
he was utterly serable and that the
fine view he had of AUlia's back-
turned to him with an obviousness not
to be gainsaid-was in nowise encour-
He sat in the hammock, his face a
Study of ,cu if4k1rg ic BaS, gaz-
Ing abstractedly afield ad pulling the
slky ears at ajalh, th tenadle buan
terrier that ded beadde hm Twice
'he essayed to speak, but each tme as
be raised his eyes and caught sight of
that uncompromising back the words
died on his Upa.
At length be looked down at the dog.
A whimsiceal emile curved his lips, and
be looked grimly toward Alicia, who
to all intents was interested in the
distant landscape.
"Rajah, old boy," be aid, addressing
the dog, "it sbtrke me that women
ar getting very fair these days.
They secuse a chap of all sorts of
things, and when be offers to explain
they fly Into a Amee dudgeon and turn
their backs Oa him. They give him
the maximum sentence without a
He glanced at the girl. She was
quite unmoved. The landscape was
apparently quite as absorbing as ever.
The back was certainly no whit less
"I'e been Ill treated, old man," Ken-
worthy went on. "I wanted to ex-
plain It all to her, but she wouldn't
At that moment a Persian kitten
came stalking across the lawn, paused
Irresolutely beneath the trees and then
Jumped Into Aiela's lap.
"Teddy, you dear." cried the girl.
stroking the kitten's white coat, "you
knew I wanted to tell you something
about men, didn't young'
Kenworthy pricked up his ears.
"Teddy," she went on confidentially,
"all men are horrid-selfish and hor-
rid. You can't trust any of them."
Kenworthy smiled at the dog.
"Between you and. me, Rajah," said
be, "I think the sum and substance of
the whole matter is jealousy."
"Imagine my being jealous, Teddy,"
said the girl scornfully. "Who on
earth would I be jealous of?",
"I imagine Ws the Bronson girl,
lajah." said Kenworthy.
"The Bronson girl goes automobil-
ang quite frequently of late," said the
girl to the kitten. "And she's such a
horrid little flirt! She boasted when
she came here she'd have a spin In
every ear in town. I did think. Ted-
dy"- She stopped abruptly.
"By Jove, It Is jealousy!" said Ken-
worthy, forgetting t address his re-
marks to the dog.
"Didn't I tell you men were horrid,
Teddy' said Alicia, with much con-
Kenworthy chuckled softly.
"Do yoa suppose she really cares if
I did take the Bromon gir for a spin,
Rajahr he asked.
"He was to come here at 4 yester-
day afternoon, Teddy," she said. WIt
was half past 5 before he came. I'm
glad he found such congenial compa-
"ee here, Rajah," said Kenworthy,
"the explanation she refused to listen
to I shall tell to you."
"Aren't men clever at explaining,
Teddy? asked the girl, with sarcasm.
"You see," Kenworthy went on, pat-
ting the dog, "I started out In the car
to run over here yesterday afternoon.
When I got to the old Bassett place

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It is the duty teday at v~l ldo
tieo to sme that ot a -i e
lamp is buraNing, b t that 4d Ih
meughbor. And tham t tafy t at see-
eal duties whieh an n Maw e .the
Cheistha of today. Tbli-' an dwllj
aridees t aIn ~m Is
ot" lamp, wh I&ch that s the e-
oea, and hea always to ba
kll thought san IMS alAig
for his aehhcs wdlfa. g i
the red Ismop Ct waralngd.wheh -g
the Christian agelast darbm e"
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several iBeredsug orts" Vsw0 t 0 '
Pierce's medicines by in& wrM s
have more weight than any amount the, Iemt at laist L
son professional UItinonials. beea Nell, Baptist, Phladelphia.
such men ar writing for the guidance of I -
their mldiml bahre sand a JUowwh wol How to Usdersta DMvi.. Seedmea
"p e The true relatIea Ist W.-an
secret, and ostam no harmful hab
forming dru, being composolefgpaire We sae ai extracts of roots of htev, Amiuea et at o t. hi w a

i-es Maisuaw p 1Wio s -
1Maes maedlclat diko na udMgd %.I tt at Una yl a -IN
ra to talele!iaatnig i We .W. emm"i'"I* w e ae
V~lsiforaterlagsksmhdeINS I SaM a atute lDm pebotwn .S
SSuet we bemerIt t a w1 -
Sprovince f e cel to
C. J. PHILLIPS of poti e Wo-" f
Cootoig g and Bgudiea as a cbhrch.-ev.Te.alrIastR rr.
H~Rebrew, Ohcao.
Plans and Sperifications Furnished Darig the mature yasA t s
Upon Request perfects Its tools. Dring these yams
0 Its wretest aw s sgs Bs awse
129 Soifuth Ihkd St1 It s st aas wt
Ocala. Fla P3one 130 o b l N -l
aheevesliUs most aisMBsfu L.M. Ms[b
turity in the gold e age lt al t--
Rev. N. D. HMICs, anetuiWMW ,

Montezumia Barbershop j -
Freedom doea not man nalo e.
"-"- We are not ths who deas the t
In Connection With the Hotel Office makes no dWfeare what &a h
liers. It makes an th *41efs b
Skilled workmen and courteous at- the world wat f a md '
tentio nto alL Special attention to I beli a i oat tI i
children. will be tIJanakal himeal t
primarily a mttter at 1e 4-1d at
HOT AND COLD WATER secondarily of format4l e1
Mdeas.-Bv. Jotn an lelaik, ft.,
UUniversalst, WashisIkta..
R. A. im n -f
.......... G_ .. od nas the wiad anad th aii
sandthetlesortheWiatag. We
IsLTWD A |i B a are ll In partMi waipGfet sa" ad
IcIHEr & MACKAYam. '8Sto R rsom
Stame r. The iawhggm tei&
t UNEKAL DIRECTORS th and e. amas lW
but It wW not made tr huma ixs
Ue taers and Embalmers w" "'"Ut 0' "i
0. L M*IVER ALFRED E OWEN God Is bsyTeverywhe a Vth
Undterakers of minklmi-B-op-L. S
Methodist bibpal, Lu Angilu M,
Fine Caskts aid B ial h et T ..w .a -M:m.
All Work Done by Licensed Em- The eoght is w d*"-Pa m t
balmers and Fully Guaranteed. food and medeaBtJf *blLw -.-.

J. J. FORT. Protriete on the noble, tl o t he ai
you sPirit, wli- take M0b th6, b
Rates reasonable--All goods and telaty o mqa tsMn, .
Pressed and Cleaned on Short No-1 67 o tO f.. bs
tice and Delivered Promptly. All yoimn a" m tmIa ipsmw
transient work not called for ir 3 bVt l aftOW a. .a.
days wil '- sold for charges. wea fti l fi r -y fIt
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things work together gr -*' ,
Sthat love God. la ,
msays that an thMt wS S
good fr e yrf-d. h wtwt
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