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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 03 4, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03106
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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New York, March 4.-Ten per-
sons. three men, five women and two
children, all Italians, perished la a
fire which destroyed a Seventh av-
enue tenement yesterday. Twenty
others were rescued from the Ave
stories of the structure by firemen
and police, who risked their own
lives. The rescues were the most
daring seen in years, the firemen
clinging to the shutters and pasSin
out the womep and children to men
on the extension ladders, who iar-
ried the suffocating victiMs to the
street. The flames started it th
basement. The poll deker it h
be the work of the Black Hand.

Dental Surgeon I
Dental SurgeonMr. J. N. Malphuls sad children
Oillet Over Commerctal Bank spent a few days this week at Wil-
Phone 21 I Miss Dollie Rowell is home again,
having closed her school at Para-
Office Hour -4 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. m dise.
t Dr. and Mrs. Hammll of Nash-
TERMS, CASH. ville, Tenn.. are in Citra for a short
while, sight-seeing. Dr. HammXll
gave a fine lecture at the Methodist
F church Sunday evening.
ALU fl 11aaMr. Couper. of Norfolk, Va., Is aIn
Charles D. Hulbert M. D.oCitra a few days seen flt oMf nds.
Mr. Couper spent several waters at
ompalc Physiciathe Mansion while opem.
e palc A. T. Gore spent Saturday
id Sr Ogen anI Sunday in Ocala with relatives.
Mr. II. A. Wartmann and cousin.
Office Second Floor The Munroe and Miss Bessie Tyson. of SavannMah.
Chambliss Bank Building. Ocala. spent Tuesday at High 8prigs.
Florida. Misses Emma Warden and Zelma
Cason, two charming youag ladies
Telephones: Office, 222; R#Esidence. 221 of Island Grove, were la charge of
Office Hours Mrs. J. N. Malaphurs' store while
she was away.
9-12 a. m., 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-S0 A m. Mrs. Chitty Of Meanopy, visited
her daughter. Mrs. Charles Carter,
here. this week.
| Mr. W. J. Crosby, wife and edld-
V Pren and Mrs. Harter spent Sunday
SC. BLANJ AR i afternoon at Island Grove.
Miss Anna Long, who has closed
her school at Eureka. was at the
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Relditt House Sunday o her way
to her home at Archer.
Plan furnished Mis Willie Harrison returned
Plans furnished home last Tuesday from a deligtful
on application. trI! on the steamer Hiawatha to'
Palatka. with her father, Capt. W.
P.O. iOx 46. Ocala. Fa. H. Marrison.
Miss Emma Tucker, the noted
... Bible reader, who has Just dosed
her meetings In Ocala, was the guest
T O EI ofA irs. White Wednesday.
TNE COMMERCIAL Mr. Leonard Browning made a
visit to Ocala this week.
RA BBA S, Everybody remember. services at
BARBER SlHO Ithe Baptist church Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
Mr. R. J. Horn, of Theus-Zachry
Opens into the lobby of the & Co., Ocala, was at the Redditt
House Thursday. He was ia Citra
Ocala Housw. looking after the Interests of this
company here.
Offers the very best service of Messrs. Pooser and Roblison, A.
Offers the very best service of L. officials and Mr. Morris, of
skilled workmen with modern al)- Gainesville. were In Cloa Friday. at
pliances. Strictiv sanitary. Llec- the Relditt House. They were on a
tric fans. electric massages. hunting trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borland and
Id lunsuig Water at all Times bah left Tuesday for their home In
Pittsburg. Pa.
VINCENT C. DETTERICH. Manager. Mr. Clyde Sherouse of Hawthorne
was In Citra Sunday, visiting. reda-
- ties.



has many obstructions, but none so
desperate as poor health. Success to-
day demands health, but Electric Bit-
ters Is the greatest health builder the
world has ever known. It compels
perfect action of stomach, liver, kid-
n-ys, bowels, purifies and earlebes the
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City horses boarded by the month. loe.s, and tones and a v rnte
or boarded and cared for If desired. w hole system. Vigorous body and
Horses fed also by day or meal. keon brnin follow their use. To
Hre an I ca:a't afford to slight Electric Bitters
Horses and all domestic animalsIf weak run-down sickly. Only
treated. Thoroughly equipped for' :. Guaranteed by all drusicsts.
performing any operation.. Guaranteed by all drug ts.
Scientific borseshoeing done. EARTHQUARE NEAR JERUALEM
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E P. GUERRANT V. S Lonn. March rs re
Sceived yesterday state that the Va1 e
CITY VETERINARIAN of Masran. near Jerusalem. has been
SPho .Night phone 196 destroyed by an earthouahe. One
Day Ph Night Phone 195 hundred and fifty persons are buried
in the ruins.
is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
its caused by neuralgia, toothache or
a'ident. Ballard's Snow Linlment
will reduce the swelling and relieve
the pain. The great and ser me
for rheumatism, cuts, brum," bruesa,
; alds-any and all aches and palns.
E\ Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Dragatore.
.Qutenstown. March 4.-The steamer
*jLJ 'iMauretania passed DaOunt Rock at
ome7 a. m. yesterday, establishing a
suf fere)rs 1 new ^record for the eastbound passage
i from New York of four days, twnty
hours and two minutes. Her average
phoued for the run was as utical
m Ple. M per hour.

let Itu'f t.o bg m I em'14,1
Whi sugfer fvximmertre hc~idi-
aches, have fainl' itz Il


La grippe cough are dangerous as
they frequently develop into peoa-
monia. Foley's Honey. aO Ta r Ot
only stops the cought 't heals and
strIngthens the lungs so that no ser-
ions results need be feated. The *-

Slate of Ol6% Cutr cc Toledo,
Lucasu Countly, a.
Frank J. Ch~etm ails oath that
be Is senior parter'of the arm ot P.
J. Cheney & Co. delatg mb es la the
Mty of Toledo, ouaty a state sore-
awl. and that md am wll pa the

for each and every case Catarrb
that cannot be eared by the me eo
Hares Catarrh Care.
Frank J. Chmeey.
Sworn to before nme and aubcribed
in my presence, this h day of Do-
cember, A. D. I
A. W. GaisM. Netary Pu le.
Hall's Catar'h Cure Is tte Iter-
nally. and acts directly on the blood
and muceots surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0.
Sold by all druggists. 76c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.


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State aad eouty tax booke will
elose March 1it. kav costs by
paying you tams betr above
datw. Do ot frt to brimg a cr.
red decriptlo of your property.
L. Carmey. Tax Cotector.
The demsad for that wonderful
stomach Uver and kidney. care, Dr.
KlMs New Life Pbe--4sIOMasse N
say an the druggits; that their sv
saw the ll i. Its became they sever
fall to cure sour stoma, eolps-
ton. Indigestion blo-m- jandim,
sek headahe, chil and ainrla.
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many leadns British authors aMd a
large number of Amertlesa raldets
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C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carrell,
Editors and Publishers.


R. R. CARROLL., Business Manager


Yesterday and today havt been "la-
dies' days" in Ocala. The three milli-
nery stores had their spring op&'nings
and each was thronged with hand-
somely. gowned ladles all the time.
A buyer from each store was sent
north several weeks ago and the
haats purchased are the prettiest ever
displayed in this city.
MS. Haycraft and Mrs. DeCamp.
who have been in business less than
two years, had their windows artist-
ically decorated with ribbons and
daisies, among which were arranged
their pretty hats.
Mrs. Bostick had her hats arranged
advantageously throughout her estab-
lishment and the many handsome
creations were greatly admired.
Miss Affleck's windows were beau-
tiful. On- was a violet bed centered
with a hat made of violets. the other
a typical rose garden. Her store was
lavishly decorated with all kinds of
flowers and' her hats are pretty

Attorney Fred H. Cookingham. of
Utica. N. Y.. w'io has been here for
a day or two settling up Dr. Torrey's
estate, left yesterday for Washington
to attend the inaugural ceref.monies,
being a nephew of Vice President
Sherman. The real estate belonging
to Dr. Torrey was disposed of by Z. C
Chambliss & Co. Dr. Torrey. who
formerly resided In Ocala, was a re-
tired dentist and during the years he
lived here was well and favorable
known by most of our people. Dr.
Torrey had the mikfortune to lose his
mind and is now an inmait, "-f the
New York state asylum at Utica. His
general health, however, is good.

An amusing account is given by an
unexcited spectator at the Court
Pharmacy yesterday afternoon when
Mr. McKenzie met with an accident.
When the electrical shock threw his
feet from the ladder and left him-
dangling in midair. there were in the
drugstore Misses Hope Robinson.
Adele Bittinger. Ethel Cro bv. Mrs.
G. A. Nash and several lady friends.
The latter made a hasty exit. Miss
Hope Robinson nearly fainted, while
Ethel Crosby turned pale as death.
Holmes Walters lost his nerve and
made a dash for the sidewalk. Ev-
erything was aflutter and excitement
R. R. Carroll,. of the Star, was the
first newspaper man on the scene. At
the sight of Mr. McKenzie's suspend-
ed body he turned a shade whiter and
broke for Dr. Powers' office. Next
came Prank Harris, Jr.. and he, too,
lost his nerve, while Kreger. of the
Times-Union just could hold himself.
so eager was, he to call a doctor. Miss
Adele Bittinger In her moment of ex-
asperation at the fate that overtook
the subject, lost a King's Daughters*
pin and a fish hook that Holmes
Walters had taken from the hand of
Hope Robinson disappeared as by
magic and never could be found. The
only unmoved person In the store was
the big negro who quietly took Mr.
McKenzie in his arms as though he
were a child from his glassy hair
brush couch. For a moment the worst
was feared, but when it was known
he escaped so miraculously the amus-
ing side of the scene was presented.

J. L. Uinton, of Sharpe's Ferry. was
In town Tuesday arranging with the
county commissioners to take care of
the new iron bridge draw over the
Oklawaha rler at that place. He
will receive 50c. for every opening
made on .the bridge.
Mr. Joe White, the popular sales-
man with Mpartin & Carn. has pur-
chased the home of Mrs. C. R. Hen-
dricks In the first ward for immed-
iate possession. Mrs. Hendricks and
her son, E. V. Hendricks. will make
their home in Montgomery, Ala.

The board of county commissioners
has issued an order to the effect that
whenever a community builds a mile
of good roads the county will supple-
ment the same with two additional
miles, but the construction of said
roads must be under the supervision
of the board and said roads must be
first sanctioned by the board.

A shooting took place at Goolsby's
store at Silver Springs Saturday ev-
ening. It seems a white man was
coming to Oeala Saturday morning
with a slow horse. A negro came
along with a spanking team and pass-
ed the white man. In returning home
in the evening the negro again pass-
ed the white man. They met in the
store, when the white man drew a re-
volver, it Is alleged, and snapped the
weapon three times, but the revolver
failed to fire. The negro turned to
leave the store, when the white man
again pulled the trigger and the re-
volver fired, the ball going through
the negro's body. The negro was
brought to the hospital in this city.
We could not learn the names of the

J. L. Tucker of Grahamville. was
placed under arrest in Ocala this fore-
noon for shooting a negro Saturday.
He Is out on bond.

To Introduce


M"sk. Yams' Km.2v-" m


From Ocala to Palatka is the Opper-
tunity of this Section to Seesre
Reasonable Freight Rates

There was a large and enthusiastic
meeting of citizens held last evening
in the city council chamber to hear
Mr. E. P. Rentz's proposition to the
Ocaia shippers about extending his
railroad from Silver Springs to- Ocala
and from Fort McCoy to Palatka.
President Monroe in calling the
meeting to order stated the object of
same and said the proposition was
the dream of our life and would re-
'luce the transportation to Ocala from
the seaboard.
Mr. H. L. Anderson said it also was
the- dream of his life and he had de-
voted some years, energy and time to
the the same, but in his old age he
had found it a snare and a delusion.
lie had sold his interest in the Silver
Springs & Western road from Silver
Springs to Ocala to Mr. Rents and now
had no more personal Interest In the
proposition than any other private
i-tizen. but was confident Mr. Rentz
hal a proposition that would meet
With the approval of the shippers of
cniqla and would be of great benefit
to them. All Mr. Rentz asked was a
lib ral share of patronage and asked
no bonus to put his road in operation.
Mr. Rentz was then called for and
made a straight propo'!tion in effect
what Mr. Anderson had stated. He
said he had considerable experience in
building short lines of railroad and
with the cooperation of citizens in the
past had made a success of same. He
Instanced a road he had built into
Eastman. Ga. He felt confident with
a liberal patronage from the shippers
of Ocala he could give them a lower
rate than they were now receiving
from five to ten cents a hundred. He
had good connections and all he ask-
ed was patronage and right of way
Into the city.

Major L. T. Izlar said it was the
best proposition the people of Ocala
"ver had. He had advocated an elec-
tric line from Ocala to Silver Springs
and there to connect with a boat ser-
vice to secure lower freight rates for
this city and surrounding territory.
He said the railroads had taken mon-
ey out of our pockets and never put
any in them. He then cited the exper-
lence of the town of Allendale, S. C..
which had two railroads and the cit-
izens appealed in vain for lower rates.
Tle citizens' then banded themselves
together and determined 'to start a
wagon train to the Savannah river, 13
miles distant which they did and
hauled all their cotton tothe landing,
where boats conveyed It to Savannah
nnd on the return trip brought back
their miscellaneous freight at a great
reduction of rates charged by the
railroads. It was not long before the
railroads saw the people were in dead
earnest and the result was they were
glad to meet the shippers on a liberal
basis and since then Allendale has en-
joyed better freight rates than any
town in the state. He then Instanced
the discrimination made by railroads
In this state. He said Captain Thoe.
II. Johnson attempted to contract for
the shipment of apples in carload
lots from Hendersonville. N. C.. to
Ocala and they charged him $84 a car
more than to send the same car to
Tampa. This was all wrong. He said
Ocala could pave her streets with gold
and build cement sidewalks all over
the city, but these would not bring
a dollar to the town. unless the town
had railroad rates that would bring
business here, start new industries
and thus increase our population And
Jake Brown followed and said he
was ready to give his freight to Mr.
Rentz from start to finish and believ-
ed that other large shippers would do
the same and that no obstacles should
be put in Mr. Rentz's way to carry
out his proposed project. Mr. Brown
said he could not speak or make any
promises to Mr. Rents about right of
way Into the city. but presumed the
city council would see the good Mr.
Rentz's road would be to the city and
deal talrly with him.
C. L. Bittinger agreed with the re-
marks made by Major Islar and Mr.
Brown and .thought the opportunity
holdd not be allowed to pass without
Improving same. They did not pre-
sent themselves every day, and to
give Mr. Rentz assurance that his
proposition met with the hearty favor
anad sympathy of the board, a com-
mittee of five should be appointed to
annvass the town and get the signa-
tures of our merchants obligating
themselves to patronize the new rail-
road and stand by it.
Mr. John Dosler asked Mr. Rents If
he knew what it means to handle the
bulk of Ocala's freight and If be had
the facilities to handle it. Mr. Rents
!.ald he had Investigated the matter
r.nd had an Idea of Its magnitude and
felt confident he had facilities to
handle the same. He now had five
locomotives and thirty ears and If
that was not enough be was in posi-
tion to increase it to meet the require-
Mr. Frank Harris then said as the

government had designated a land
reservation In Marion county across
the Oklawaha. extending across the
big scrub to the St. Johns river, would
il not be possible to get the govern-
ment to make an appropriation to
build a hard road across same to con-
nect with a hard road that was being
built from Daytona to the St. Johns
river. That such a road would be of
creat benefit to Oceala, as it would
r'nable the winter auto visitors to ex-
tend their observations to Ocala by
connectingg this road with our coun-
ty hard road to Sharp'es ferry.
C. LA Bittinger suggested that the
'hair appoint a committee to conm-
municate with Congressman Spark-
man to ascertain what the govern-
ment would likely do in this matter
and if said appropriations could be
%& 161. M tvfa Im *%a* Af.

. Snyder and J. F. Dozier on the pub-
licity committee.
On suggestion. of C. -L. Bittrhger it
was the sensense of th meeting to meet
en masse the night the e!ty council
met to urge them to meet the Rentz
railroad plopoalUon and facilities to
aeter the city In a manner that would
leave nothing lacking to secure the
From the spirit shown in the meet-
ing it is evident our people mean
business and we trust their ardor will
not cease until this liberal proposi-
tion of Mr. Rents is an accomplished
Four new members Joined the Ocala
Board of Trade, namely: Messrs E.,
P. Rents. John Dosler, Dr. W. V.
Newsom and Mr. E. L. Maloney.
Among those present were Measrs.
Newsom, Islar, Jake Brown. Harris,
George Ford. Snyder. Dozier. Brumby,
Loveridge. Packham. Maloney. Cam.
Phillips. Isaac Stevens. Holder, Asher
Frank, Ed Carmichael, Woodrow. E
P. Rentz.s, Dr. Powers. J. J. Gerig. 0.
B. Howse and others whom w- can-
not recall.
The Canvassing Committoe
In accordance with the action of
the. OcaW Board o tTrade last even-
ing, I have appointed the foftwiBn
committee to canvass the business
people of Ocala and Maralon county,
to enlist their support for the Rents
railroad from Ocala to Silver Springs:
George MacKay. chairman; H. B.
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dition was very poor. The kidney so- in said county, for an order author B lA try ................ e
c.rtimn were h Irmnr in action and ., .,. m .- .m.u. a. *att mi...,=. Mt MSte.'.- --l-r-- -ill

olarauun, B. BA. Weathers.. . uert gu1F5r1nent s r .eiaxn 1 n C
C. CarmichaeL T. T. Munroe. M jIU uter% a te g
President Ocala Board of Trade after many other m
Ocala, Fla., March 4th, 1909. IlCl a 16- 1'

SOMETHING NEW COMING Bo thy ta ovemeshoa m ..s eA i ,.a ., ,is t mi.:

Save your orders for Dloso, the a dgeDru- p from the 4" a 1r" ..... hf
wonder of the disinfectant age. Cab-" t Dr i -V
nets used In any apartment of the skilled cMI d l
most elegant home, office and all desgned jjr Ato A w Wto Arrlied Ws a W b
places of business. Telephone disn- maedicanes aeti ely ftrts wie "Whet IS to tt r as wg N~q* t
fectors perfected. Sanitary air in a oer SS the mafd, quay, wigia otle iW mfbat
home Is not only healthy, but affords m .- the thid ealaI t, I ,- '
pleasure wbhen Ditoso is used. Moves _- hw 8 5
everything out that crawls except the a-"' e- .r Io o-k 'ln.... o '-. ".
baby. Will have samples on exhibl- CHAL.LGED THE 10 N
tion at some stated place within ten --- 5d S N
days. J. i. Wagnon. Ocala. It is Alleged that the Florida Pih o-- 9 11-- .
Company .is Foreig *SMh .
Tallahassee, Fla. March 4.-Pi'- The atui ot aI e rseee 4 d. C. i,
200 bushels yellow yam and several tests have been filed by the Barn-. Asar a dua w r
other varieties; also several hundred bridge-Richardson Company, and by Brts good hM k tasto thelb sse- r e t
bushels eating potatoes; four young Pritchett Brothers, against the action A Iem d t w a .
cows, fresh milkers, at a bargain, of the board of commissioners of state Acase la rd a l me
Have more than I need. Fifty pair Institutions in awarding a contract for rd wrabt er a ig %
extra large Homing pigeons, match- the lease of_ state, convicts to te 1norA a d- W mem M 09 06l .r10"
ed. Have no time to look after them. ida Pine Company. ..* *-
D. M. Boney. Ocala. Fla. 2-10 They complain that the Florida Pine PTh0 1m60 t tf "g"'"
WORMOLOGY company. i1 a foreign corporation, In- That I the h" 16a
corporate under the laws of the state Asmhobomsbe S mwe w
should be studied by every parent. If of Delaware. The secretary of the Are not at presit w.r.g
your child is nervous, fretful, starts board noticed those interested that Be certain toe p ree
in its sleep, Is pasty faced, has rings the board would hear arguments uponI As bale of ready m "er
under its eyes, always seems hungry, the protests on Friday, March 5I. I Asssted and t rs se -ss
is not gaining weight, you can be sure Tf- l nOrhe n a ig. oa1e'r*;' .... ^ ?"' ''
the trouble is worms. White's Cream FIRST CLASS PAPERHANGING l' i teMwoder n 'M will .,
Vermifuge Is an absolute cure for AND PAINTING A trae msro timh sk m -- .' as
worms. Is its own purgative. Sold Perhaps a ball tost lpla -
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I have opened In Ocala a' shop for Bat paIt on ea bw. S a., ' *'." -.+
high-class paperbanggi ad painting w S s o
FRESH SEEDS nrft i. my desire, lve an etid- And6 see wbere it 190
---- hat on every pj-pt-ng and* paper-' .
We have a large supply of fresh, htaVgfc Job that is. to be done ta They o st to thMak It ay -. ,. .
guaranteed melon, cantaloupe and ga- OcalaP I .ive the e paper r i To mna tt e S ~ *,
den seeds of all kinds for the spring the south an 1 handle tAe.bent, a .+h,-e
planting. See us before buyIrng W.most. up to date line, .at be But now we do r at botbW"
supply. Tydinga and CO. "1' 'laps. silk fabric goods ti uel Wi Jk 1sn mat dt es m u -,.sh
tiling, both imported and domestic on We bgr our Ilek eresSly 1
This is the most dangerous time of the market and my Interior decora- Wih goodad reandys .e
the year to -catch cold, and it is the tons are up. to date I have made a .
hardest time to cure It If you should special of Inlerior work for years d Only etblm e. .. -
take a cold. a few doses of Kennedy's can suit any one. I msike the beat "Let us be thantfulll' thlle il s N
Laxative Cough Syrup will act very cloth and pictorial, also all classes of do not call thbir werk areliglAB d .
promptly. Its laxative principle cures signs, gold leaf and gilding a ape-
the cold by driving it from the sys- cialty. Ladies desiring to make se-e oy "" '*
tem by a gentle but natural action of elections of papers without the trouble " ''. tayr
the bowels. Children especially like of going up Aown will be prmpy "Don'tthr take pe lit' {
Kennedy's Laxative Cogh Syrup.-as waited on at' any time they deie at -
It tastes so good, nearly like tnapkintbeir home with a compltd -"f'n ra ny asy aks" .
sugar. It is old by the Anti-Monopoly samples. Just drop me a card with .
Drugstore. the time you desire to see~the LiA d ang al 7 ,
you will bo-waiteson promptly. All O
HORSES ALMOST GIVEN AWAY out of town-work tln~ptty done and _" _ _" "" *-'" "
-- s~tcit r. ep li',itq&
A few more horses for sale by th . 'lly httley.
Tompkins, Cobb Company. which will Nd. 10 -Fort King Avenue.
be closed out at figures that will com-
pel buyers to take note of the fact.
Tompkins, Cobb & Company.

Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tf INts Ul, CIlir.
T**ablets. Druggists refund, moneyIf it '7 VIIa
falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa..'* 5 W,18..O
ture is on each box. 25 cents. Bearst

Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure Signatre of
any case of kidney or bladder trouble
that is not beyond the reach of medi-
cine. Cures backache and irregu- CABINET MAKING
laritles that if neglected might result We have, opened a shop at C. J. '
in Bright's disease or diabetes. Sold Weaver's. No. 31 North Third street,
by all druggists. where we are fully equipped with the A
C Davis & Co. of Jacksoiwille. tools, material and knowledge to do all
C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.kinds of cabinet making, w tdow and
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75 door screves and all kinds of carpen-
each; $7.50 per dosen. ter work. both new and repairing. We
make a specialty of job work. Phone Uulw I s e Is ds .-
EASTER AT GADSON'S 177. We will be pleased to call and -It II ss .
Frank Gadson has in his new Easter give you prices If you-will phone or -'W-.-i----i.
goods. The display of ladies' Easter write us. Respectfully,.
hats, trimmings, lingerie shirt waists. 2-3-tf MANN & DAILY. NIHT ON ALD OUTAWI S
silk waists, skirts, etc.. is one of the ". .
best in the country and just as late A Religious Author's Statsment On IS h e e t ail Sl l
and up to date as it can be. A splen- Rev Joseph H. Fesperman. Sails- o wta to te " "- "''

See his goods before making any pur- and last winter I was suddenly strickh- Thi o-esfl tr e 1r.--d P# t' ,
chases. -l-tf en with a severe pain In my kidneys d -. "" .hW , ....+-
and was confined to bed eight days tr it esw hin s M & a .....
KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL unable to get up without aarslstace. ht ag tirha~ a lllh m qBl bi -1 '.-'< ,"?'
--i-v urtie contained & thick white sed- thertast thralt -" 7----
Health Is Worth Savinq, and Some iment and I passed same trequenatly earth.^- eggup,
Oeala Psple Know How ,ay and night I commenced taklag id eme Ta me au!* SeemI uBi l &l h la 1 i.
to Save it Folscys Kidney- Remedy, and the palm car by tL Beet fee flLb. wer -ip mo-.-^

tn their hands by neglecting the kid- a dae -dI
neys when they know these organs andmy bale- b"oe" free. Qmsued be' aM
need hielp. Sick kidneys are responsi- fully recommend Foley's Kidney *
ble for a vast amount of suffering and edy. t1rl.
ill health, but there is no need to suf- P T g-ANg O 'TUNING ; et- a.,.s
ter nor to remain in danger when all TI %. -- M I r^ .M
diseases and aches and pains due to
weak kidneys can be quickly and per- Of .M for Leave ts SW ainy multe teacher Oeam. m led ( lyritf
manently cured by the use of Doan'sMi r' Land c house JacksomelUtI Y i lp S
iJoS Eckert living on Thompson St Notice is li.eby given that on the a. A. M. M Lse 14If.ty .w t
Stake, Fla. says "I am very glad 1st day of A: A X. 190>. I will UI. ltElr -WE
to recommend Doan's Kidney PIls as apply to Honetfable Joseph B3 e .OYSTERS AT 'E.K CAFS Hr.W.^.. io,
they proved of great benefit to me. ty judge nto a tfor Mari e aco ty, -- Sa

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SWholesome Candy &
SMasons meet tonight
lOo. and 26c. TRR JAR. n 1 eve ;

: SCREW CA Let us measure you for fr *pra in
JAR GOODS suit today. M. Fishel & Sona. o t

Some folks think that because we o Mr R D. Medlin of GaladNftli. ts he'
are w old-mandilh in ir carefulnres i at the Ocala House. hi rq
regarding evcrylhin we do. and every e mTongp
thing we ell 'they can't buy little- Mr4 W. 0. Brewer of Romeo, is at The p
priced ca .dy here. 4' th- Ocala House. S
No-lae veran
S6 L'e Plank's Chill Tonic. Guarsa- gracef
They "mr!e 4 10c and 25c Lot. 4 t od. Price 2Sc. Sold by all druggists. the he
4ard rt

d w- dsampwy aefes as rn4ng E Robinson of Tampa was at the g
* Why little.prce,i candy i a hlob. vof Ihe Ocala House last night. by r
Spurs. We sell to,. ant t., f it-- f themo
god. pur*, wholee candv-n 't the .Mr .Leach is building cage for h to
* hghlly rotd, ti rty-..-turo i .tt, the animals in the city zo thed
mark you, but homet ca"d 1 the de
So I There were 32 arrivals at the Ocala den, w
Siuse y-terday. beauti
SHyler's--alwa,% fre h. "Uncle and f
i Sam" r.harges ul J. ,,unce tIcarrv 4 I Major Carpenter. a winter visitor at very
* it anywhere. A I' 5-. *un. i11x g1<- ~ Eastlake,. was in town today. getber
Sy exCpre anywlecre i r U. a. fur 3c. `was a
T. W TROXLER Let us eaure you for yor spring useful
.W .TROXLER suit today. M. Fishel A Son. skealh
.... calend


* Mr. Louls Duval left yesterday for
Tavares on professional business,

,Mr. Z. I'. Chambliss has returned
from a business trip to Jacksonvill -
Neuya and La Luzerne. two new
perfumes at the Postoffice Drug--
4 --
( Get your Easter suit made at M.
Flshel & Son's. See our samples on
Mr. 13. J. Benson and Mrs. George
W Neville. of Dunnellon, were guests
oI)f the Ocala House yesterday.

Mrs. Lewis of Irvlne came In this
afternoon and is the guest of Mrs. 3.
E. Bailey.
-- .

Neuya and La Luserne. two new
WEDDING BELLS MAY RING perfumes at the Postoffce Drag-
eitl ,.l,!ing invitations be sent out Store" '' .
,d Iiliturn for many swell weddings tr. R. A. Brgance and sister, M
W,, ;r, th.. lat,..t and most Sallie Brigance. went down to Lake-
fas.hlona:ble tyls in wedding station- land thin afternoon to visit friends.
ery, engraved and printed, at short One nicel
notice We als, grave calling card FOR RENT-One nicely furnished
ntle. We also engravfrnt room. modern conveniences. No.
In all tlit latest and approved styles. 24 Watula street. 2-24-It

Ocala News Co.

G,,t your Easter suit made at M.
Fishel & Son's. See our samples SO
I display.

Neuya and La Luserne, two new

SKNIBTS OF PYTHIAS erfumes at the Postoffee Drdg-
-.O .t--- e "

Conventions held every Mn-. Miss Sara McCreary, the assistn-tf
day evening in Castle Hall. over ey- prinelpal of the Ocala HIgh SJebtl'
user's store. A cordial welcome to vis- a on the sick list yesterday.
Citing knikhts. Sidney Hall C. dairyman
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and WANTED-A position as dairyman

I 9

Isa F

a ftS Tilula Iodge No. 223
I. 0. 0. P. meets. every Tuesday even-
ing In Yonge'. Ha1 VI 4tin*g broutherm
always welcome.
W. C. Blanchard. N. G.
M. M. Litti Secretary.




NO. 1814

Meets every Wednesday evening at
1:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren al-
ws/s welcome.
F. W. Ditto. President.
W. C. Moore, Secretary.

Vr overlseer o arm; expei e a a.! .*
Addlreos "R." care of Star tfl .,

FOR SALE-My household furni-
ture. Please call and Inspet same.
Abe Brown. -1-2 -

W1ll D. Graham with the Southern
Express Company. is home for a few

Have you seen the new visible rPy-
Sholes typewriter? B C. Davis A ,o
general agents.

Neuya and La Luzernw. two new
-nrfumes at the Postotfce Drug-
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bryaant d Tbahby
of Belleview, spent yesterday aIn town
with relatives.
One pouna of paper an two pf.s
f' envelopes, very best gr for 40
cents at Tydings & Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditto and baby
went down to Frultland Park this at-
ternoon to visit friends. Mr. DItto

will return tomorrow.
Fe & A. @m
A u Mrs. Abraham Martin returned to
Lake Weir Wednesday afternoon af-
Marion Dunn Lodge ter several days spent in Ocala with
jN~q No. 1i meets In the her sister. Mrs. J. E. Bailey.
temple on the first
and third Thursday evenings of each FOR SALE-Egts from thorough-
month. Visiting brothers cordially bred barred Plymouth Roe s, $1 for
invited..J A. Bouvior, W. M. Mcan op o a. 2r D er,
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary. Canopy. Fla. -t
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R A M Mr. Oliver Mitchell. of KellyuIn,
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. i in the city the hi
Regular convocations of ihe Ocala grandmother, Mrs. W. M martin and
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the 4th his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Moxley.
Friday In every month at 8 p. m. I
N. L Gottlieb. H. P. Our tailoring man is here ad-lwalfs
Jake Brown. secretary. to take your measure for a s4rte
I sult. Come and look through his
:: FOR'MT gKIN CAiF sampits. M. Fishel & Son.
i I Mr. Wilbur Clevelaun. who was
Taken sick at Rolllns College, where he
Next regular monthly meeting will 1s a student, came home Wednesday
,b held Friday evening March 12. at ,to spend a few days.
7:30 o'clock in Yonge's Hall. Visiting I
vereigns are always welcome. I We carry the best line et toDet ar-
M. M. Little. C. C. tl(Il soap. perfume, ete tin the
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk. city. Come In and be convinced. Ty-
Slings & Co.
N.euya ani La l.uze 'ne. two new
perfumes at the Postoffice Drug- Ocala is shipping lots of eggs to the
More. past coast hotels. The H. B. Masters
S , Company s'nt 340 dozen during the

Opening of tailor made clothes. M.

C H I l ou Erein t t attend a- s rig
Fishel & Son. Come around as soon
yas you can.
U We have a most exquistte line of
fancy Imported china In many adf-
ferent pieces. The Anti-*Monopol
SUGHC Drugstore.
The Woman's Club will hold its
regular meeting tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'rlock. The subject for the day
will be "Household Ectnomics and
Pure Food."
_Mrs W H. Carlton and ehllren at

bit wa
for se
and cu
were 1
the su
ful me
M. Ho
vet. of
C. IM1
v. V.
son. I
A M%

Song I
at the


Married Ladles' Card Club had
ruoo We0se-ay .afternoon lme
day at the pretty home of M=a
reen. who the delihtfl
s. Mrs. Green several ape-
riends as her guss,- as a few
e club members are observntg
hostess looked very happy as
lceived on the broad veranda
q the many beautiful pot plants.
unch table banked with numer-
pring flowers, wa also on the
da and was presided over most
fully by Mrs. Mary Eagleton.
stesses' sister. Mrs. E. M. How-
eceived In the parlor and. after
,ests had been given tally cards
rs. Koonce, Mrs. Austin showed
Into the den, which ls one of
vellest in Ocala.
six tables of players were in
n and in the passageway to the
which had been Inclosed and
fully decorated with dogwood
erns. The tally cards were
original Three hearts tied to-
by-pretty cords. On the first
Sirrs head. the second was a
blotter and the third was
ed with pen and ink. a March
ar. over which was a br'er rab-
iking In the tall grasses. Whist.
is always enjoyed, was played
veral hours, after which ice
Scake. kisses, salted almonds
coffee with whipped cream was
On the pretty saucers of the
cups were carnations, .which
grown in the hostess' flower
i. Mrs. 'Robert Anderson was
iccessful winner of the prize, a
pointed powder jar.
me playing at this most delight-
eeting of the club were: Misses
ns. Atkinson. Mrs. H. Lr An-
Mrs. M. C. Looney, Mrs. R. I
ion. Mrs. Edward Holdsr. Mrs.
s Rheinauer, Mrs. E. T. Hel-
n. Mrs. G. K. Robinson and her
Mrs. Sayles, of Boston. Mrs. E.
ward and her cousin. Mrs. Fra-
Champague. Ills, Mr. J. C. B.
e, Mrs. Charles V. Miller, Mrs.
e R. McKean. Mts. George T.
is. Mrs. D. W. Davis. Mis. D
wards. Mrs. Albert Birdsey, Mrs.
Newsom, Mrs. William Ander-
Mra. Harvey Clark. Mrs.. D.
son. Mrs. J. K. Austin and IMrs.
e MacKay.

Columbus, (Ga.) Inquirer-Sun
"Miss Giles acquitted herself
splendidly, complimenting her
ce by rendering the Spring
by Reinike, with violin obligato,
than a lighter one on the pro-
Miss GUes Is also an accom-
I violinist and in this opaclty
d much to the program."
a Giles and her company will be
armory Wednesday evening.

The proprietors of the Globe will

pay twenty-five dollars for the arrest
with evidence to convlet of the party
or parties who broke into .their store
last Sunday nigbt


I receive every. day from Crystal
River choice oysters, both Inside and
Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water fimsh
and mullet. I can give you the best
in fish any oysters, fresh and prompt-
ly delivered. Phone, 519 .ty market:
second stamt onm the test. 1-20-tf

One of the greatest conveniences
about the house Is one of these Amer-
iesa Electric Smoothing Irons. Heat-
ed in a minute, an eve temperature,
never sol~W4 or smoke. Get your wife,
mother or star one of them. Two
siss and prices. Ask- V. Tucker
Id show them to y m..

A good saddle and buggy horse, also
fine pacer and rapid walker; eight
year* old. sound and gentle. Price,
$150. Write to J. J. Hudnelt, Elec-
tra, Fla. 3-2-dwlm

Piles Curs in Six to Fourtem Days
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleed-
ing or Protruding Pkles in 6 to 14 day
or money refunded. Me.
Several comfortable rooms arranged
for housekeeping, third floor Star
building. Apply at Star office.

The Globe Bs
in Ocala for the
McCall patterns.

secured the agency
famous and popular
New styles now In


A Fay-Sholes typewriter, good as
new, In perfect order, for sale cheap
for cash, or on monthly payments. In-
quire at this office.


A portion of a dairy herd consisting
of a good bull and several heifers.
yearlings and calves. A bargain It
sold at once. See or write, J. H. Brin-



of good health should prevent sick-
ness Instead of letting themselves get
sick and then try to cure It. So long
as you keep your liver, bowels and
stomach in a healthy and active con-
dition you won't get sick. Ballard's
Herbine relieves constipatioU. inact-
ive liver and all stomach and bowel
troubles. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly


The regular annual meeting of the

or cement, puts In ovens, brick kilas Mr. Harper Is a meet sna eeesful man --
and baker's ovens. He Is stoppitg at in this business and Is very popular
the Carlton House. He has the best through the state, and ha a bost of
of recommendations. See his ad. In friends in this territory .who wil be
the. Star. gcad to see him open a house here. 0
Call in ano see the pretty lae of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Frank sarived tet wasot .wired
fancy imported China that we are in the city this afternoon ad have Ew.* ~ )s M1
displaying. The Anti-Monopoly Drug rooms with Dr. and Mrs. W. H. odgef c uth. I the "Ce
Store,. on Fort King avenue. Mr. and Mrs. the meeting wll be
Frank were married in Savannah tight
Messrs. N. L Gottlleb and George three weeks ago and have been vtWt-
McGahagin were the Masons who ang the large cities of the east on their SPECIAL SALK
went to Dunnellon to assist In con- wedding tour. They spent a few days --
terring degrees. They say such ha- with the brde's parents in Savannah To reduce my a
pitaity they never experienced as was before coming to Ocala. whe Mrs. will sell for the
showered upon them on that night Frad e Miss Marcus, was a very lyelo 6l
popular youg ldy. An sofa A Iw-ohmmMOeA N
Mr. and Mrs. Hohenburg and two the place eaa be put to read Mr. $for S: one iVer
children arrived today from Wetamp- and Mrs. Plank ,will move itW thehr : three *2 J
ka, Ala., and are the guests of Mr. and Dorsey house on Oklawaha aveiL,* each; one Mi2m
Mrs. Charles Rheiaauer. Mr. Rhein- and start haekeeplo. The Star aerling 30
auer is a brother-in-law of Mr. Bob- heartily welcomes Mrs. i Fank to ow ar $6 co-
enburg. ty. coaster brakes r Wi
Send us your prescriptlo business. Mrs. Travet of Champagne, Ills..
We are thoroughly prepared to handle who has been the get of her edM wJUNIOR LEA I
it. Tydings & Co. Mr. and Mrs. EL M. awaudthe paut
--- -' few days. left thi ft A busine me
Epworth League w

When In Ocala d tforget Reat s row. Frdty, after
place. We wl do all In or pow at the bmew M
to make it pleasant tor yew. B i.Frt K alw .
the whisky an

Mr. John J. Rutland, a prominent Mr- J. H. pence
cittoen of Rutland, Sumter county, Bine We is I
was in the city Tuesday. a guest ofto Michigan Whil
his daughter, Mrs. Fred McAteer. Detroit, where he t
bile slaw. Then
Our tailoring man is here and wants Mich, whre the
to take your measure tar a spring sde and or whic
sult. Come and look through bhOaidtUhweathws
samples. L. Fishel & iss. a Flori mam wanll
ad a"eet his nom
Mr. D. a Williams, now engaged it --
Sthe detective business in Jacki- ame, OR SAL-The
s.~ w.. an a few s wimh twrm ty a n lAe Weir, a

or -

-. gD .l(...w 2
L "4 no

Match 49 5 usd 6. 4 Thasr "s4^
Th weather is A utt o Is o .
--Darm a Is ft& Co -n L
tsoThis Dkmr etrtis e is Wodh A W i."S.I-T -

to call and i ee the superi.n '- YAP` PT it

ority of am llasit 'i

for- me, a" h dotor r elyt f wu t or. 'h "t.
A. W i raft i sideweft mtQ e4 st Xig j*.
ntol Sala r" wpapert a.m ANo~
TEIPOT AM newspaper man Is doin a Job of tbu
Sdl e to et and o otkind that will make &a toUsi n 6a
Sbi look like thirty cents when h
pays for the work.

GEORGE FIX bHelfamnd mauSV T
PRACTICAL BRICK MASON _an --pof t-it s
Red 00 Fir *Wic BMW o af op"s have ebe"re-built
wi'hi the pst wlw years in Ocala
Special attention to repairing far- and now are as pretty and vetea l
nace.. boiler setting and Dutch ovens, as they can be alade. There .ae th .G-.
brick kilns and baker's ovens. If your er that hme Boet been a wis.- -
boiler doesn't steam as it should, send There are business hoe as g -
for me, I am the doctor. barely keep out the weather
An Work Quaranteed many, we are glad to say). Don't wat
No dicsance too great and no hour before you fix it up, It is a bad pl e
too late to respond. At Carlton House, of business Judgment, A Asttch n
Ocala, Fa. time saves iDe. apples to a atore or
dwellingjust aa we1 as a a rm t.
It does the pUbtli spirited wa!'s _
heart good to see a b u i iegs ine s
worked over and beautid We t .he
Munroe & Chambllss Bahk M e-k i AMOST ,s
now benlar done- This property wa
not In bad shape as properties go; In A god fiI d-t
tion. wsn wn nfast mose t owners would not huw t caused at tiCod*
touched It with paint, tianers temas terday afatiseo "
i or g lser's knife for two yea' to befe Mr. MKera
S COWe. When the waok isdoe bow- Tucter Ueftrlw 4
vor, It looks so much betto r and the par. Mr. a--e
CHILDREWiS EYES property ls so nch better preserm d ao m the aSl
If your child Is backward sin hi.. bb O tofht adL ftIt a to e oL- a h.
studies-does not like to stady. or has p n en.t.
symptoms of headache, you win proub. grood eay pe h u al eoh it to a w ir 1e i
ably find that there il some littlerO eend dq t e t e taM
trouble. 3 PP thltt at:i
There may be no outward signs of FITTED WINGS ON FOUR edeti i
a defect, yet the eyes should be i .e ti
amined to make sure ther Iso alt The regular weekly neei t 1. Ma i
In them. tAre 4t P14. r. at 1 ta. the other asm
In th Vem. PC TO 's Banlast at Was afte"aM what ws.ti the"a"
Wi 0GIVE SPECIAL CARl TO 2by aboutN 5 members. ad toes
CHILDREN'S EYE After the usual business was trwan te was a
D. D. M. BONTY. acted, the Initiatin team went to hmnastedlaIy er*
Eyesigbt P-swNt. wo, work ad wimp were tted om the lSUM shw ea 1 .J
Ocala, FU following gentlemen: oCarmichaA, ew tre 1 6wder I*
* bes t the at r th e W. V. Cul ter hof ears.c t wa .r
Ofrce Hours: 9 to 12 I U. andJonW. V. ho d VONU tumd
Mr. Georg herW. lS.- Eu ily. Each reosteed W at4 the m cane. er
1::o0 to 4:30 p. oa. Optical oca oUe ad ta. to Ia tn 3 e t ali y
laboratory, rooms I and 4 QMy Meook. w c pau tohw6 he a*o 3 i pea 9ek
hm e w et a e a good nature with wits they stood W" M ia j-l
Mr. D. W. theeton.atrordeal.jue
young fae mer from the Ere see- aThe committee an reftr ts a eI m set t
tion, was in town Wiednesday a then 010 too th r ta Bt with tny1 29 gIas 1 tram am
paid his respects ,to the Star. led h gh with mndwIche and 6" ag& &tO ati to
I R RENT-Two sunny front roam t -the crowd partook with appetites hawrylir crowd, a&
oFotRea u Fwettedby the exercise of pRttiug two oT 7 iSw eIvtlY SaM
on Fort King aene. raised or of the bigesm t men In Ocla through zle to his eeM 1
unfurnished. No light houseke t a knothole forty feot long. (The e ami- eWO atta*4d 1%
no children. Address P. 0. Box d4. ft dates thought it was forty rods.) ahft .a e*d0t1W
Pis is the time to plan your P and toacco were then ptoduosd wat. thg meu *e
Now te te o p t yr gS a after an hour or more of smoks stlte<*od Up. Thb
ennWe havne nSall kind o ga and talking, the members sought eight uts ,a.i t
seed for an plating. 'rydinga Ce ~their homes. none of them ant
Wil Hn deon ad Jm T uckes -t, Q a number of app'etItorw are electric shock wed
from across h -arIver. waa Te town sight sad the hearts Is co 1n-et Mr. McK or iIS
yesterday. incoming t mWembershp to 1 be- a t

All prescrIptIons at the A NEW U C HO S Al
drugs and chemicals rvunteed under The A. R. Harper Plane Company, m L r
the Pure Food Law. They use SquitbV' of Jacksonville, have opened a umusl Tbutanay -
chemicals, guarantee No, T5; also stare mn Ocala. They have leased the Oaowirn

none equal, guarantee No. 9. Aiwus same, new two-tory straeture merth ,
the best, the motto. of the square, for a term of years.
Mr. George FIx is here from Jack- and a practical man will be In charge
fonville. He proposes to make Oeala of the business. It Is a number ot N s & 0 1*
his home If he can get work at his years siace Ocala has had an emdus- tn.d. S*
trade, being a bricklayer. He does all lye music house and there is a splen- **, s0
manner of boier Installation la brick did opening here for sach a bosaaness

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phurs, T. H. Griggs E. H. Hopkins, day.
Chas. W. Willard, A. J. Ellis. We had quite a shower TNeday,
S. L. Bitting asked a reduction of which was needed very badly a#d
valuation on tax rolls for lands de- appreciated by all, espeday the
scribed as follows: Com. 19.54 chs truckers, as their mdelo, stom atoe
s of nw cor of ne 1-4, sec 19, tp 15, etc., are up. It came in good tiem
r 22. east, thence s 420 it, e 210 ft, and was a great advantage.
n 420 ft, w 210 ft-2 acres, from Mr. Sol Smith has had a wire
$300 to $200. Request was granted. fence put around his yard, which


Spring has come again and Na-
ture seems to be putting on new
life; garden seed coming up. trees
budding and birds singing, all tell
us winter is past.
Some of our northern visitors ex-
press themselves- as being delighted
wih our Florida climate.
Mrs. W. H. Fairchild. of Gladb-
brook, Iowa. is a pleasant visitor
here. the guest of her uncle, Mr.
Dennis Bright. Miss Penia Bright is
also the guest of rM. Blight. her
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McLenan. of
Alamo. Ga.. were the guests of Mr.
W. H. Massey and family.
Mrs. J. W. Neal. of Scotland, Ga..
accompanied by her charming little
niece, Miss Sarah Neal Graham.
were the guests of Messrs. W. H.
and J. C. Massey and family.
Mrs. W. R. Tompkins and chil-
dren. of Fort McCoy. are visiting
Mrs. H. V. Porter. while Mr. Tomp-
kins is in Macon. Miss., on business.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Cockrane,
of Musella. Ga.. ar vilstine rel a-

lawaha, who has finished her sec-
ond term of school, returned to her
home last Saturday.- and it was
with sincere regret that we bade
her good-bye. Miss McGahagin has
been an earnest, conscientious
worker, and she left us carrying
with her the love and best wishes
of all. May all that makes life
bright and beautiful be yours. Miss
Nannie, and when time makes you
tired of earthly pleasures, may
there be a gentle wafting to a bet-
ter and a happier home above.
Our school closed with a most
interesting program. Below we
give the entire program. Each pu-
pil did their part well and showed
the careful training they had.
Messrs. Hall and Wimberly added
much to the evening's entertain-
ment by their music, the former us-
ing the violin and the latter the
guitar. Their music was just sim-
ply grand, made us think of "some
sweet serenade," soft and dreamy.


Mrs. J. T. Sigmon received the
sad news a few days since of the
death of her mother. Mrs. Vander-
beck, who died at the home of her
son., Mr. J. Forster. at Benton Har-
bor, Michigan. where she was visit-
ing. Mrs. Vanderbeek was for
many years a resident of South
Lake Weir, where she is well and
very pleasantly remembered. She
came here with her son from North
Carolina, driving through the coun-
try with their own conveyance and
joining her husband, who had pre-
ceeded her and had secured a home-
stead here. She was a good wo-
man, a devoted mother and a kind
Hon. J. D. Buckalew. of James-
burg. N. J., and Miss A. D. Wood-
bury, of Bedford, Mass., are guests
of the Pleasant Hills House.
Capt Russell of Weir Park, came
over in his power boat on Tuesday,
bringing a Mr. Smith from Massa-
chusetts. who was looking up the
property of the late Mr. Fisher.
originally a part of the Dr. Chase
A little daughter arrived a few

makes quite an improvement nla the
looks of things. He also had a wit
fence put around a tweuty-are
field, which he has planted Ito smd
one. They are up and lookNag eae.
He and son, Eason, also have a bte
stand of tomatoes that are looking
well considering the. recent dry
Mr. H. G. Morris, of this place,
also has a fine patch of meloem up.
Mr. John Blackman, a bachelor
who lives near this place, is quite
sick with pneumonia. Let as hope
that his sickness is not serious and
that he will soon recover.
We say without hesitation that De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder PIlls are
unequaled for weak kidneys, backache,
inflammation of the bladder and all
urinary disorders. They are asatl-
septic and act promptly ie all eases ot
weak back, backachbe, rheumatism and
rheumatic pains. Accept no substi-
tute. We sell and recoamn..d them.
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
The regular meeting of thd Unioe
was held at the Weirsdale church
nA Thursday afternoon, the prl-

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The board of county enmlwoa- A
ers for Mario county, Florida, metI Cc 'yolut I JOUi 1i3t
in regular session on above date. 1 I 0"
Present: Hon. George MacKay. 2
chairman, and N. A. Fort, J. M. aid IOg B B r 1
Mathews, M. M. Proctor and W. 3. t m li
Crosby, commissioners.
Minutes Qof last meeting read and fl oi X
Hon. H. W. Long asked chang
of a former resolution wherein the
county agreed that when citizens
would build any portion of a hard eg ,.F,
road that the county would build an SA A
equal amount, requesting that th'e eW F--
county adopt a resolution agreeing .t .
to build twice as much as built by ma t W N'ial m
citizens. Matter laid over for furth- ,
er consideration at this meeting. SM&thir -M
Mr. J. W. Coulter and W. J. Wil- or /a Wr aA
lis requested reduction Jn assess-
ments on account of shortage in the gO yO ft
acreage on lands in sec. 6, tp. 14. r.
20e. The gentlemen were referred Te People Comm
to Tax Assessor Ayer, and that in
the event the tax assessor had made VCd Up-to-date -io
an error in the valuation of their and how to correct oa i
property by assessing on ackeagea
that he correct the valuation and Cent Stapli, O l pf C
make proper return to collector' and lost a2 hMeold PC
that the tax collector is hereby au-
thorized to collect in ac'ordance DL PIERCES P
with the amended assessment. I
Road petition was filed asking
the county to abrogate part of the
Old Town road. beginning at a
point in northeast quarter of sec.
24, tp. 14, r. 20. running thence
southeast to the Turnipseed place
In see. 34, tp. 14. r. 21, east, or
Ocala and Flemington road. then WE31MDALI
commencing about the center of -II S a
northeast quarter, see. 24, tp. 14, r. The recent arrivaals at MetU
20, east, thence southeast to south- Lakeside are: A. oses. Oalk;
east corner of northeast quarter of OL. Wilox, 3. 'Vamt, Wee-
southeast quarter, see. 30, tp. 14, r. terly. R. L; prank Clawma.
21, east, thence south on section- Holmes Clawson, James ogwg
line diidling sections 29 and 30. 31 and Mrs. A. T. Randolph, Plaft-
and 32, to connect with Ocala anad field, N. J.
Blitchton road. Petition laid over Several of the cottagers and the
until April meeting. hotel guests were visitors ln O ela
Chairman MacKay. having ex- Tuesday and returned as usual hid-
amined the steel bridges construct- den by packages.
ed at Sharp's Ferry and at Moss On Monday of last week the fol-
Bluff, and reported (verbally). to lowing people composed a jolly
the board that they each had been party who spent the day at the Ok-
constructed in accordance with the lawaha River: Mr. and Mrs. B.
plans and specifications, and were Schnltzler. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Biek-
good bridges, it was orde-ed that a ley, Mrs. Bickley and daughter Oer-
warrant be drawn payable to Aus- trude, E. W. Hemingway and wife,
tin Bros.. contractors, for $3730, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Poster, A. J.
payment In full for said bridges, and Peterson, Mr. Kinsel, Mrs. Mideh
that the contractors be allowed $10 and son. Mr and Mrs. C. W. Wil-
for five barrels of cement left over. lard, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carnas-
to be used in the construction of han, Misses Clara and Ethel Carnms-
culverts on the causeway. han. Mrs. Miller Jones, Henry and
A verbal agreement was had with 'William Jones and Miss Marie
Mr. J. L. Hinton for the care of the Jones.
bridge and opening of the draw to There was recently a terrible col-
allow boats to pass for fifty cents an lision at mid-sea! Mr. Schaitsler
opening. and Mr. Bickley ran into each oth-
Commiseloner MacKay was in- er in their launches on the lake. No
structed to have prepared and post- eerious damage was done and no
ed at the bridges proper warning lives lost.
notices, and he was also instructed John Wiley (also Walton, Jr.)
to have the Dunnellon bridge prop- had an exciting experience a few
erly scraped and painted. days ago. An immense bass (so he
Mr. E. H. Mellvaine proposed toi says) struck his trolling spoon and
the board that he would act as fer- i pulled the steel rod to the bottom
ryman and keep in good repair at of beautiful Lake Weir. It was a
his own expense the flat at Gra- "sad event" but the rod and reel
bamvllle for $20 per month from were soon rescued by their owner.
January 1, 1909 to January 1, 1910. C. W. WIllard and Miss Willard
Accepted and warrant for $4 was, bad a fine day's hunting east of the
ordered drawn, balance of payment Oklawaha River with C. J. McCra-
due him to date. ney Tuesday.
Mr. Mcllvaine was awarded the Rev. Martin O'Donaghue was a
contract to transfer flat from caller in Leesburg last Thursday.
Sharp's ferry to Eureka for $6. Mr. C. T. Watermon, of Viola,
The matter of transferring fiat was business caller nla Weirsdale
from Moss Bluff to Stark's Ferry, Monday.
and keeping up abutments was re-
ferred to Commissioner Proctor. "My three year old boy was badly
The petition referred to Commis- constipated, had a high fever and was
siener Proctor for investigation at in an awful condition. I gave him
laast meeting of the board, viz: Be- two doses of Foley's Orlno Laxative
ginning at the southwest corner of and the next morning the fever was
section 4 in tp. 16, r. 2.2, and run- gone and he was entirely we'. To-
ning east along said section line to ley's Orino Laxative saved his life."
where It intersects the Ocala and A. Wolkush, Casimer, WIs." Sold bty
Belleview hard road. Mr. Proctor all druggists.
re-ommended that the petition be
not granted. The report was DALLAS*
I The bill of Melver & MacKay. for Mrs. E. A. Groff, Of Newberry, is
the repair of jail and construction visiting her son Mr. Harry Groff,
of a porch for $207 last November agent at this place. She also went
was ordered paid. to see her son Joe at Oxford, agent
Bonds to carry firearms were ap- there and stayed a day or two,.
proved and licenses ordered issued They both have clever little wives
for the following persons, viz: H. and I do not doubt but that she had
T. Jones, B. F. Morrison, Arthur a pleasant time, as they both hiae
Hall. James WVlson, M. C. Jones, two sweet little children apiece ad
W. H. Morrison, G. E. Krtder, Geor- as a general thing "grandmas" lem
ge D. Earl, H. T. Jones, W. B. Mal- babies. She returned hem Weasem-

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for making pregauam for the -a
quarter. Miss Lattie Beik a
Miss PeOrS KH .ey -we ..-.
a committee to arnurae for the
coming quarter.
In the report of the very sMOeomA
ful seal held ooeatly oa the o-w
casonm of the presmstsuh o0 a r-
trait of Mim Willard to the
school, the name iof Ms
Bishop was l advert-etly omatted
from the proTgram. Th is vsy
much regretted a i a vry
sweet little sager sad hebar lagag
on that oaesdon gave muc plas.
ure. Mrs UPHAM,

How ean any. m risk takiag
some unkaeowm ohn t m hm
F eys Reasy sad Tar eani t m a
more I sa s wo e.
**toeas al e Why
perimeet with ymear health?
up" having the g8nueti W VtyeskUta
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The te rate that have visited
this vicinity lately have bmsated
the youa erpe greatly and they
are looking mee.
MmrS. ma Gad a n mtims
real Sict. Her Blanehe and
Nettle, who havw been i0lag her
have retired to their uAks at
Plant City and New Rivw.
Mr. J. H. Richieb tis ea the ak
lat this week. We tp fr him a
speedy recovery.
Mr. ThIasM Ma ftamilyof .Nrth
Carolina, are on eanplg tr. Do
UIviAaatoa's resdeae at pIWomt.
The onlyr vacant hoae hen bIs
undergoing repair m as om a
finished will he oea@$.d by. Mr.
Jake Faster a-nd famly. Mr. 1eip-
ter as a position with "ea & Hail,
our hustltna girbatl Mr. aDl
Is kept quite buy looking after Bis
fast growingte- swo- Ha and at
Zuber. where tm have lately put.
in a stock of goods in Mr.L J. L Mel-
feft's new stores at thaal Mo.
Mr. J. M. I sauet ut Mr. L
McLean, of Ocsla were h' e aombs
IesO Mosday.
Mr. Jia Thomam, ma Spar, was a
caller here last Ma-e .
Mr. T. J. MQa viastsi his le
father at Port MeCor atatew sada

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