Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 03 6, 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: VID03108
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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Volume 14. No. 2W


Office Over Munroe & Chambliss




Rooms 9, to and II,
Second Floor, Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon
UIee 0er Cnmerdal B
Phone 211
Offfee Hours-8 to 12 a. m.; ltBp. m

Charles D. Hulbert, U. D.

aJi Sinrg
Office Second Floor The Munroe and
Chambill Bank Bullding, Ocal,
Telephones: Office, 222: Residence. 221
Office Hours
9-12 a. m.. 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-630 P. a.


Plans furnished
on application.

P.O. ex 46.

loft FIL

Montezuma Barbershop

In Conneetion With the Hote Offte
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tenUto nto all. Special attention to

I A. oDEitRICH. Promrietor



City horses boarded by the month.
or boarded and cared for itf desired
Horses fed also by day or meal.
Horses and all domestic animals
treated. Thoroughly equipped for
performing any operation.
Scientific horseshoeing done.

Day Phone 1M Night Phone 195

J. J. FORT, Proprieto
Rates reasonable-All goods
Pressed and Cleaned on Short No-
tice and Delivered Promptly. All
transient work not called for ir 3c
days wil he sold for charges.


AU carful

All careful
women er from

Womaa who suffer from se-


C ut this out and put In some safe A C46 010
plaae, for Kt Is valuable and worth
more than anything else mn tae world
Tie New Prasidmat Ma. CommaOsedtf you shamuld have an attack of reeu- A Stery of Lu a-nd A n r t 1
His WYe w Web natism or bladder trouble or any de- LtM K mG a 0 t TMW
ran Bnt of the kidneys whatever. JMAPAN -
Oase Ier Ca pil.s The prescription Is simple and earn weatram Amesina e .
be made up by anyone at home. The her -- ----
M*d 4* hInredmess ca be had at aay good (B L o
prescription pharmacy and alt that IS 40
Washing M arrh -Preet necessary is to ake them well In a -.-
Taft took up his normal duties -as bottle. -
president of the United States pre- He It t; 1tur "extret ud*e- a N 4-
clasely at 9:80 o'clwk yesterday mo n- linonne-halE ouace: CoMpdK EW r-W I
ing. His first offeal set was to WH YOA U JOT A t 1.
transmit to the Senate the names of ths,,.n. ,tbtee ..- a- o t ,t and yor muscles sore from sal
his cabinetofCers fOr eomfirmatlon. T1oe a teaupoanyrm ateer eamh meal"w"
In addition to the Mr. Taft mde and at bedtmo A few o id m e Men a wo-rt. e u
the following appointments: Fred W. to relieve almost any caqe of Cbladder M hal the t nreon panic of f o int, strai-1 t r te
Carpenter, "to be secretary to the trouble, frequent urination, pain ands a lmat whe a unknown faore re- Lan A you
president: William leb, Jr., former- scalding, weakness and backache, pain'Veals M s pest-up fury. They t6a0l tU v
ly secretary to President Roosevelt. above the kidneys, etc. It is now that safety valves are.*
to be collector of customs for the port claimed to be the method of cur$M Ntaar I I s a g~ a & s a5
of New York. eSoel imaflsmn, Vecause of ., . -t emal aebes sa a
Mr. Ta~fa r$o MMingi -drect aW. positive acton upon 't dos. Ia mUm e `Sew 4- the ry DavW- PaiaIiie2. t51ls o
Mr. Taft aounced that in a spe- elmate tissues of the kidneys: ItOT. engty m t m
clal message to Congre he will be gi"ve .them life and powr to sit andtb g. coh dM a id e ro sf4
brief and l cons hmstlf enthe ly l strain the.poisonous waste.matter and n hr thh e, IleaSold.d. -i.em do W
brief and-one himself entirely to notarehs

the tariff question. He will-not ae uric aci dfrom te blood,. relev ing the .
Ysugs.tlonas to the characters worst forms of Rheumatirm and kid- -lhe wiet be sem
on a to the character neyand bladder troubles. The ex- the matter or t ey W %at bet WaIt Lnew e
SPromptly at noonyeteday tract dandelion acts upon the stomach Ing power lke that," aa"t . .
Presd n at caled the ftand ver and Inused ao extensively Aeresa to e of his Wt
to order and routine matters me n o relieving constipation and idclges-P e t.h
order. Then followed the denocratlc andnrhes the blood There Is In 1
caucus. The commIStee dos permalet rthe blood. Tohpere
,uot. let tetrl ~ s I^^~ 4 than Kargon Compomud H
procedure elected setrs Clarke of th drs. o r 1
Arkansas. Daniel of Virgina and "W- This-presa to aafe to use at --411 at "
larerro. of horis. y am * as Btaetusr. at

-a-d whoo.l i tu .a -- a p a aIbnuitpa a
Flort UdwardX dimearom aaamta L eut Ram '6r mr tbrt OW, ty *:
tortureG n by athm beat an curg Wh av
him with Dr. KAs N'ow-Discoveryd by rther L n head hunters."
that had cured himself of asthma. b el H i .
This wonderful ma elae soo e eli o ev- L,
ed and. quickly card his neighbor. IF YOU MNEKW "Dr. C ii
Later It cured his eek's wite of a se- The mlerits of the Texas Wander. ia' tpk yoa u1yo, he -U
vere lung trouble. Milbi believe ItH weld never suffer from kldity, blad- ChrIo&e A A- creMA th
the greatest throat and lung cure on der or sbeaatlc trouble. $1 bottle twa
earth. Coughsh, coes. crop, bem- moath tatmeat. oldt byM dra gs g
orrhares and or hlgs are surely or brnaL & eIodCr testimentals. Dr. f. Rt h.r% "mii oublawkr .
cured by it Beat for hay fewer, grip L. W. eill. 290 OMve street, st.-
and whooping cougL. Mc. and $1. Loaulu k iinWurt
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all be tn-p YN" O

EXPOWRft WAS FATAL cads -March .-vice Admiral Cer- c asMD so 1h uibpM T b
vers, who commanded the Spaalsbh a.
To Three eof the Atundants on tethhe at d s 8nptlse. Is re- "Wast sny helv* mdasa- d a
ported to be dying at Puerto Real. He Ame iaa /
.Washlngton. March e.-Casualtles ba been Ill for some time. *W uri gt k th 4e qPtWa.*
incident to the Inauguration of Mr.
Taft as president were three deaths SIMPLE ,REMEDY FOR LA GRIPP e : a .
three other persons probably fatallyho re r
Injured and about eenty-five elight- p cugh are dage.ou. a way. II,
y hurt. SIe deaths are reported as oe Tqontly develop into pe-&Wor w 411d b~I at 4
the result of exosur.. The Injured mona. Foley's Honey and Tar Aot ar adt
were hurt in various a only stops the cough but heals and rs-soN W b Ar lauj t ,Vlwl lmI
Results ned be feared. The gen-
YOUR LIVER une beys Honey and Tar contains m sme por elle
Is out of order. You go to bed In a no harmful drugs and is in a yellow hS !dha*-h % 5
bad humor and get up with a bad taste package. Radnse substitutes. Sold by COOrtay Sent for m. -minuM-
in your mouth. You want somethif all druggists. d UN .
to stimulate your ver. Just try "Oh, ot cout.e, I meant that. I -
Herblne, the liver regulator. A peos- Let us memyrsi you for your spring not titakl the 0 4 llJt
tive cure for constipation, dyspeptS. sult today. M. Fithe & Son. it ai 4a
and all liver conuvalants. Mrs. F.-, Ft.
Worth, Te, writes: 'Have used "ma _6 A *
Hurbine tIn my ataily forut ei*-put u t---6taw
about it. Everybody a my household 11i.
is happy and well, samd m e owe 1 It"o" VI th a SW
Herbine." Sold by the Anti-Monopoly To. Introduce W. wab the Inl,$a
Drugstore. o himnwe. We Igit m I *lw M f L

ci aTw n inAI thTee It lthe ar s am. p. IM Cob-
San Bernadi no Cal.. March 6.-A
friplbt train on the Southern Pacific total m a Kr I. w,'a-
railway last 'ngt was attacked by 5i ')lm BSWiI t*
30 armed tramps near here. V sufluw EM it 4t H
The timely arrival of. a passenger 35 P1w t" wI7. f -
train routed the tramps. after they 66a OW ** I S kW Bad
hat clubbed the conductor into Inson- UI, dI tl
.sibility. a r fclEfgggg
lebn smge St LIh as it th e -t *
d an Rels- htime-V -bauMt -. a .aT-bh .e-i Lb **w* Im-
Rev.r Joei b H. F5eper na. Sals- 25 Pratt'S Polut Reulatr "iC F "e l i *a
bury. N. C, who Ia the author of sev- he 6 6 6 dl Paetm sdisMay o Ibar ftd, am-
eral books, writes: "or several years SOC 35the advae darkest did not td
I was affected with. kidney trouble -- toward em fl ness.
and last winter I was suddenly strick- ... 5 The of walthng tEey F
en with a severe pain in my kidneys Gm WImW W w Ut Wa W daed the I
and was eamined to bed eight days 5 knew set I h 10 ufdthe
My urine ontalaed a thick white sod at am 1, 11
Iment and I passed ame frequently h -. Ul rU ,9C Uy**1 he d l T
day and night. I commenceid liiang-
oey's Kidney Remedy, and the pa. fe al few-aa wbam em oem
gradually abated ad finally cease NflIena. ;faV as a a..eUi .me
and my urine beease normal. I cheer. 0ERahia4 *i allr ht 4
raftuy racommiu td Maey's Kidney Rem- __ ea u l
edy." a eiSeW at h MIp N
SAIL PO R ftC EWt Z -Cl ar no anh5* showed
Fort Myers. fa. March C.-The lU'" *C. t t h w
preliminary hearitt of Joe Crews, wAi- t ma.w - e
charged wit kil Manual May', HBUItP ela, L 0 1
was held yesterda- afternoon. The ft m sm i a gb iw Am |dvg
result of the hearing was that Crews uto-Mdi' -
which was fmtuernl. May. was kill- OPens into the lWoby of the...-*am*si B
ed Tuesday afternoon at Deased. dur- OC&I HOus6. atted gs -ltat age af-b mI-
Ing a quarrel with Crewas Finis Crews, g a ammcm |t|rll. Be
daughter to run away with him. May Ofers the very best service of aes '
ia said to have abrted to abuse Crews jd5ijd workmen with modern ap- e. 2r....j.2aiSe ana. a ia-
that followed crews shot hs dead. pHances. Strny anitary. Ee- ten sages ws aa
has many obstr onsu. but hnone go ISI W-- 11.-i muzuxitmo .ft ^lf eapm e
desperate as poor health. Success to- VIN- diaNTflld th e M T( dem
day demands health, but Electric But- VIe CENT ETERIcn MinW. The wMae itlte U i s'ME 1 e r-
ters Is the greatest health builder the - d as abruptlrs MafBs. Time .hlp
world has ever known. It compete agg rga ef tagft a
perfett action of'tojuach, Uver. kid- ag .aj 3 I a ACaahniuma
nebs, Bowels, purifes and enriches the ^. W. t htha asha .cc.

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AN SMPORTANTU MUTINo ImL ee* *Wg .- (a"tu m* tfhe *mRt ,mlA
tpre t t be n 2-th. 6 1&

maS- 4. a w td o 0C. mes. -S -I * -"4 Io'
tbat Important *r1ara. At Ow haose e ma **s wa eairwel pae.'

ty br. Let a baw a"b en Sad -4 0 1 b
C Ow ~ntEp"fe ll l Mll Wo Dr. A. "t C1te, tis ete "o. t M W-

th sw ag ais ams onem Iu os a.s- adar s mae n&s iss "It seems Ithat tht e Mris e-
eMlIgese tohe elmLet. ne is sa i- begis promptly at 7:11e01 A 0aA e S mdIm toe a1trIomy. havl sew-
pwe.i ad emmet be secretary of tbe trat Is In to s rm y- w ea e em Inwons twie- and marri
treagmIy he gives away or trus- The public ewseimy nage C Oe several others e mmO me asm. of
Se his- b eli 4sw The brime 0 uwtem sa odMamnun e the, the my, eP i do
doifs S e b e am l it is aw to yua people In their waft. m-n ow we
be hoped tt It wlB mt develop that -. may n q.
Mr. lWft's scab will have a a Qurum PIe Is'I le. to

It tI true that frnms MaeCVWdi ladey scht- a. a. eaae Ias
is at the head of ot e o the lar est Holy .......ommulo s m11 a" ITu .e vS"agor was pt edl o
Jebbl. einlaw e ftnebcturlAM sa at G aseewvile, P, after e was comn-
por ey houses la Chicag eU praylew sd Misum- ?: p~led a ilp the tMalts Nmorth
SbutIt l msay wary g DaOae L Co mb se )Si is*" WhMest
r. M ~ *s eu r seriee4:3T th. aa em Saded Wmo hetlm, espdg h a MtA
him forI his prelsrt p-y e -1 s as Thursar 5 a. a. s 9U:L M :eeE e wrr ml -idled eerytboa
otheasuy slM wa. wemaW y dSa wie:y. that be was able to touch, sad that
s easItancy ia disp g of his Ba- Come ad lp with m. was a good many."
toe IntIs that busluees. No more so -.
4 director of the Commerisal Bask M10hed T1he 1eisiVIIe 11 wBK e ile 4 mr~
of Chicag, to which official bord he Sunday schol-f a. a .a..L -02.4t A l w. hiM S ,w
Ieoened or the past yeaMrs. PreschMa-U a. a L tta gMter. wtwo. ea- Sam #we hm er.
Mr. MeVeash Ba a paduse of Tale follwe byh the se amSeat t aids U wow 20 ab4 2 is0a & erS
and o.a graduate aI law, the pmwae- m to meofstrno o Isa d vey
ice oC vwteh he had to aba"MI '3-3 p.. IMoW-2 93of Epen iligg SSi dr"the
1 06?betw his 4U0th oWled hI. s Ls aer I *O-4:U. a. SiS bbP.E.
west wto Iae ap o i embarked I the PeaChI ag1-?:. pa. b atehe Ade d rfhee ka r g.
-whcth S ipm y b-i- with w eybody v w a r.M b- a.. ..
wel blseas he has beo Ident ed weml" m to B o sHMO sertvi rN
ever Oswes. IMsb he became the SenAer pwooee oude-
boad o athe RWC of Fm s16 ac o 0 accost o0 te rSTIVal Bs erviSM es
iheMest metbod h bst Upl a bd1- the ps thr eSndays kbg heI g ge--n b S IM f
me that r latoe the1 mloaS sa- aftemeenoM at :9 eitek the vlar 1i:a MA et sk t 11U Mad
asny. BH has oem w vho I m d e uevotel i wEe ees -do by bN rwt, ols
isolated with hbt Ia the boslea. fle med s, Ca w t lead a adle dae, t -abatebiAlgSt
tMr M.ahw beaeeboetas 1h* * neef tso aspa d1 A14n 0 Ohld m, ethr_ eaei wB md a itol.
stamest o amaseW ned correct oem- borng. y-s -1 i
mercial methods ever elmo he entered i
eommertal Ife and so thorouoth a *' f r ime-
studest was he of those terests that Meete at 2:U eelctk. eFttl fwrl
there ae few m to the great ity of arch7, "JOe the svis e' lader,
Ccoago r this coutry who stoad sAlv nLander very ae emy gsagdia ml
a ohar tem he doe -- the masteray of atd-4 _-
them Sons All Hal the Powr et J SemW
Mr. MaCVesgh was born a reormer, a i...
a an clanmse .lam lofty Meals sa4 .p.ItVe madlGf hr lheoalts-
mated purpose, he has o never ewerv- c, w5 *d.
*d from tem ad his record as a ct- Prar csc.lad wh af UrC's Pray-
is.s and mas is second to awe or.the or-
great city Ot bhi home. Ie to a man BOg, More About Jesus WoAd I
wham to know s a pleasure and a KntOW.

PePt. Biactlourd tak. M agwret U"tW eEi
With the success that ham attended RadM *fr V e.e asueW M-Auale sair
Is which he Ishdeld by those who N& Jesu the Lieft of the WoALd. I
know hbm N ntheetty,. w* peSelt for WlIbMe 1edh0 "TWThe 3ai of JesO m a f
Mr. MC Ve ta carer w treasr WIS DOM -Tev iU
at tie United states hor wlib he wil lSa J 3" Smo m &VOL
wet blush mor Mthe atow hel asham-M ObMlt aioS, "'Oiw 3e0al" E0 0420
ed. We speak usm poatively for we Dut, l"es w W a Me.t
3mw the splemid character of the 0t1 54 rspgoe to y Bl E I
getlemon personally ad for several M- -M 8
ytarsm were o s employ. If the 0a- Cel-tleU. .u M
ties wero as fortunate t a oahm a ainrto. g
as Ina the Oselection of Mr. MacVeah, Selecte soiaeits
a mnew em of parity and Justice wMd Benedlth. am e d i&ar *M. DwL
Go"d to dsfht at Ste b firt OB "pon S lavit twBn"f h al" stigak
u. MR. D. C. MAY SMLLS OUT teIaseteotatgtwl

sea lU a Osmes, of JaskWsomloe, were PSIos I Iso rUem wt ph nesedns w eleims jsa

Mill at Lnsw todmy wtth their la- remasnig steek to Mr. Einmoe Head uPJnSufII
arumast to regulate te heat of the f DuamellsM who ma a ubeament *t T
sUlls that produee tarpatisa. It is plme 1W tbwu baphas I. h e g ,-,
.id by the us of e ts thermaomeer transfr tMk pace N-- eruatg sad JT rt m g id ta a
the is so mdager of burmain the bet- Mr. Head Is nw a ewHaesg Ha saidst mesertslbueylB
toom ost of ana. The lastrumemt i he would neathe. ths. tso t6 geoe
met sold. only leased and cost th at tm un-maiy tow poses peevall
lssee Wie hor Iv. yearf use. It is and wi ewe ds betr tham that.
qulteo iaventsm. sAlable bo to. teek
state at of Ou City et Tatht aftr tos sad teep abep wtth the
Mr. Iaak, of the Shady aectiom. Lucas omty. ah aspee*slea et learpiag trade. Apply
eam to town this morasta with a Ptank 3. Churner amba. m that to 1. W. AMa. Box 1L S6 -H-t
lced t vlvet beams. Goong down the he th sealer partner at t8e t P.
hMt at the ThemZeebry Purmiture .L. Cheay & Co.. iseb teea Ith We y wutheut hesitation that De-
Co. urner the bolt eame out of the city of lolede, esemw and Sets eat- witta idemy ad Blasder Pill are
reehbar that held up the tongue, the maid. sa that aM km wut pa the taaalad for waak hMimys baenaeac
horses started em a rum ma It was a ONf 0I3 HUMIID DOA O AM listoto or mt e bladder san all
o*ly by supehama tnasKth and ax- hor each sad evary Oa of Cateha urimr disorars. They ame -Btl*

elleat aNoe ha broe t them under that cammot he ued by the um oe septio W anoet1 prgoar oa& meB eaf.
eubjectta. Mr. Lak's UtIoe boy was Halfs Catmer Curm. weak- eft, aaft-eahl-m anad4
on the mat with his atLer. reak J. Chemey. rhbnauitl pal s. A et s* a a
Swora to before m sad sw ealbsd tte. We e ae reueWmead Wdthem.
Mr. WIl Koltek ofat the Knoblock nla my preseege, thie th day f Da- The AstjiM.eppMD Dragtore.
Brso. Mrttin, W a ler In town comber, A. D6. 8t .
today. oe aSt ty were as boy as A. W. Gloses. NOtary P.ube. CATT. "AL3
beeo plantag ~ d cultivatang. There Has Catarr Cue iso toem to --- -'-
WM Mo flat th other alht and the naty, and acts directly -0 the M0U A petion o' a tda-terd -"-m
truntke ar e sno py. na d -m s sutesa of th syst-m. m a gooad h.. ma. d 00. 1 IShil.
m&a for teso.moMi -e.. yeoardi a" en"al&. A bar.sai -f
Mr. Wryan the TerretU ill man, ws r. J: Cheey A Oft, Toled 0. ldAt o. Sear wWMeM, J. Bria-
to tow ,today eam t ea oMs daugh- Sold by anl drto s e. Take sea. dtwit
ter Mrs. W. V. Bae.o sad Mrs. J. C. Bars 1iny Plls htPar l-lne.
snub.U AT D < a c a TO CURSE A COLD N0 ONE DAY
Mr. T. J.L Satruak of Brins was tin abetG A l ATIA V BOMO Quinte
town toay aWd Iont a ew oar of W .. ...... ... ... ... ..... itane"
opleadid oewn at thCoumerial Banka. alt fry........... ... ... o wa' W O'B -
The ears are d with well matured Mk Sftew .... ... ... ........ u toeIs e sack b cM aSB.
grans to the very tips of the cob and pik b tw .... ..... ............ PANO TIi
prfetly healthy. De0e raw .... .... .... ....... Ie. IANO 7 I
HuM-deaea raw ..... ... ... ... Usea n y mrM Penalee e41s56mons
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Goodwia of At anar tre fm a. t a 1p. inmum *s a wla. aY
Woodmar, came up this afternoon yd day ,thet-wee. O s T w6 I t Jaam kiTa
are tbdhe -to Over nday of Mr. Wad CL ims. _ OWLM_______
Mr. L C. Chamblie. MNat wek Mr. E. .-
Goodwi will pay Mr. 8. H. Oaltatlrsa LOVE=
ostockho a ooctoft good health aoaud poveat slk*-
The, ftnbwfasan the saw esoft@=ness instead of lottingr eiem get'
at me aid snckq *C 06 pasreser-sikaftand them tryto e"e It. Las um
chureb: Mra 0. a. nest, preeldent: as yo keep yeor Dyer, hbeb wad
Vre. W. V. Newoue, Vice presade-t; u bIn a .et iad"Iaf
Mrs George Davis. 7;Mtary s Ms. HerbiaS eieves e565patieft -
I. I Anderson, treasurer. They willaWe as aI MA0
meet at Mrs. 3ILC DSka's ea Mnu- & ea;W. Gold by theA6miewp
day aftermeeoa t

310eaeIin e1M 1 a,1 Suvam"wasI at epIONtW
fa town yastefemy a"ed onenm MnachSr
12th aId 13th the honme wis haew a a miw mAAh

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011 t9aby Km W b*Aa la of
Royal Baking Powder ise twr sme M -a 11".%+
the greatest of time and 941 1 m0 an0 i1
labor savers to the pastry s.mse r gs5,. or f. .,a
cook. It cconnmneqflour, but- a ceu YYy u.u
S :r and eggs, and makes the s M**we= "-B"" me .. 77"77: "
fbod digestible and healthful. .' of I 1.1111SM Ie
o OtSS* U headstIo"rme t"e-
p"re.tow. '"e-l .'is W t" ww-the
g~goe and the tae VP nt playlug ge- Ti
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lW|prie two pretty adM bas.y0,

BAKING POWfDE t ft h.n. ot _ ...I
-- --- w aa.d h1Ir ,hrew. atvel .wsW cr....,-:me
boom wias mas, 'her sWOeW. nastr
_ _ _ _ ____a_, _thie bombes served aoter
----- ---,,- -,- --- -,.... -.3"a with waters, renam cr.a K I ---f..
nut sam, hot ta l o -t-- *es. as .1
OP I A NEW TOURING ods and bot choiaee.-Some- -
A nA- = candles were plaee t"on the
Dr. R. Tydings has received a tables wbie playing.
--_--- -- --- large. handsome new touring ear for MIs HanabeoSC h, who has a clear
K. of P. meet Monday night. Lis Tamlly's use. sweet vde, sang several catchy "
; sones, after Wuleh the pueats departt-
H H Williams. postoffice inspector. NEW MAGAZI4 S f ed&0. hbavt 4d a m*Aft *" 0or T9
w;t.a in town yesterday. SulamI.h .
People's. the Cc'ope- .i". '
UsI Plank's Chill 'onic. Guaran- and the Blue Book for Apr ugt j In gime MA t "
teed. Price 26c. Sold by all druggists. at the Ocala News Co. -- .ll
'A iers, Wir belt rn1 ce-wi' 0a 'S
Their were 34 arrivals at the Ocala AN ARTIST WITH THE FLUTE 6e*b iSk a, spludily le-ated iC
llou., yesterday. ---T p d.ood street, coaenvae t to epot. Was Mr. 3, T. A'.M ;-
-- The 8pringfield. Man., Rep ihko"n W block a t'rnd amle roa o n
Mr. and Mrs. J E. Leander of Mil- says of Mr. Leon Batchelder. who will which to build three or four other M*EETINGO" o ]AT -'
waukee. are guests of the Ocala House appear with the Giles Recital Co.. in houses. For a cash l'gleIratl .
Sthe lyceum course, at the armory n&t either to live In or ma a tavestment. t_ i
Ift us measure you for your spring Wednesday evening. this property is the best hargain Inla I or e -
suit today. M. slhel & Son. "The remarkable flute playlag of Ity. ,IC ,terested ca t..r tel.- ur I .r
1 j Mr. Leon Batchelder will long be re- te u tar ofe. o -e .1 .--
SMr. C. W .Ta,. ,f Gansvik. is, membered. It was a delight indeed '- .al S 7 l *w
at the Ocala House. to see this modest young aan. .come lv, Au" t A e i~ ist tweo
forth and take the auulebce byi a Itd .-. . ,
SMr. W. J. Appleby of C'hicago. Is at by his really wonderful ability. e There W a good crowd' the Air u 1
S th- Ocala House. was recalled until his encores doubled Dome last., t aad i w7M.ere
Mr. W. T. Renaldl of Tampa is at; NOTCE TO HOLDERS western y. was s e thIe
the Ocala House. OF LYCEUM TICKCTS price of admission l several times over.
-- ..There were three tfunnyar sketches, each David S. wu- hri.
Mrs. D. M. Eubanks of Tampa.' s' Tickets for the next lyceum enter- of which wa* a la gh from beginning
at the Ocala House. tainment will go on sale at the Ocala to end. The herss, brother& and sis- i. C. Davis '#0 of0 o
N C .v companyy next Monday morning. ter, furnished the muase and were Wi l sell any as. o
Mr. H. M. Hampton, Sr.. of Inver- The entertainment is that by the frequently applauded. The tempera- tyltor ne9 a tm 'r-I.
,..,.. was a caller in town today. Christine Giles Recital Company. one ture Inside the Incloaure was oam-
of the best that has ever visited Ocala fortable to every one with ordinary WANTeD-A pIsition m a k| j
FOR SALE-My household furni- and will take place at the armory warm clothing. er and at agrapier lr sn m
ture. Please call and inspect same. next Wednesday evening. Secure your The Air Dome Is a good place of ,eretA te- ftrmli. Ad-rW- IU M.
Abe Brown. -1-23 seats early. amusement, aad one that Ocala ay C re this *eO -.34-
needs. It *s f W i a de4 operated by
.. c. Voyle, the Gainesvillle tele- Mr. Lou Green eatertalned some of anme folks and It wi be to the t A WAJMP yp f iat
phone man. was in town last night his friends with an oyster roast at terest of our people to kbep It-up. w5eeorr overseer (c i M TU
ir the interest of his line. his home southeast of town yester- advertlsememnt e.ewhere for tonight's Addre. "R .. .etar "A ..,l
day evening. The viands were serv- program. Doors open at 7:.
G.'t your Easter suit made at M. ed on the lawn. which was Ut up by aet yo r ~rwr 4t A '
Fishel & Son's. See our samples on the moon. aided by Chinese lanterns Mr. A. A Burtd, speakltn of his Fliel l ,e llI
display. swung in the trees. Mr. Green was visit to Ifampton Roads to meet the dispihy. ,
assisted In entertaining by Ms sister, Incoming UT. 8. fleet, sald 4
W. H. McRainey, the Wildwood tur- Mrs. J. J. Gerig. Following are the was execrable; It rained and I storm- .- .,
pentine operator, was in town today, a names of the guests: Mr. aail Mrs. ed, the midst and fto were so dense
guest of the Montezuma. James I. Ford. Lynchburg, a., Mr. that althoub he and other vato rs
and Mrs. Frank J. usood. Jackson- 'went out In a launeh to see the 24 big
Nenya and La Luxerne. two new 'ville. Mrs. 11. D.. Starr, Mr. and Mrs. bo4ts euter the harbor, the water was
perfumes at the Postofflece Drug- Allen Bridges. Mr. and rM. T. M. so obscured that only a few vessels
fftore. Moore. Miss Lmeile Moore; isst Lucy wre visible at a tipe as they steamed
Hagood Ford and C. Kreger. past to anehrage. He aid the streets
The oldest aaugnter of Mr. and Mrs. of Norfolk were so congested It was,
J. T. Taylor. of the second ward, is Mrs. D. J. Burnett received a dis- almost worth one's life to attempt to
that her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Moore, I IISll .WS,
FOR RENT-One nicely furnished was quite sick and she went down on Mr. and Mrs. J. Waa aad ',
front room. modern conveniences. No. the afternoon train to be with her. daughter, Miss Jimm.le f[la Wagnon, "' i.
24 Watula street. 2-24-St sar -ow boarding at the Florida
"My three year old boy was badly H e. a n.nd tlIti
B. Y. (layton of Jacksonville has constipated, had a high fever and was
Sre-opened the restaurant at the Ar- in an awful coadltlia. I gave him Mr. W. A. Ka"lueabrger has bee. l e- nbil
cade. two doses of Foley's Orio Laxative on.U. Ashm and hunting trip to Salt i
-- and the next morn g, the fever was Spdga for the past few days and *th spr r" u *i
COOK WATEID--For night work. gone and he was entlly weln. Fo- will retm home ]I day. I'n" t II 9'.~9WIK^
Apply to S. E. Rowe. Rowe's Little ley's Orino Laxative aed. .as. lte.
Bonanza Restaurant. 3-5-tt A. Wolkush, Casiaoer, WIa." Sold by Mr. A. J. BrigaseI retermed yeiter- w. W W "A.KB TD .
all druglsta. day afteroea from Miail, w here -.. *te : .ll.--
Mr. Wilbur Counts now has a posi- went for a .y white who waa ., .-.
tlon with the Guarantee Clothing & FOR RENT-A five-room cottage, convicted tbe fr breakiag and em- -' iif
Shoe Store. n'ce condition and wel located on tearing a hbape. The boy was a nice
South Fifth street Apply to George looking yeU ellow, apparently of -
You are Invited to attend our spring F. Williams. 3-5-tf good tamily and not over years of Ofce H n- i ii t :a.--
opening of tailor made clothes. M. ---- age. l: t 4:o 1 I. i o'a '. S"s
Faishel Son. Come around as soon A. M. Lansford, the plane man, Is *labstttot. -I 9 ma., -"os "
as you can. in Dunnellon today on besiaess. This is the mOe dangerous time of .- -':'.
the year to catch celd, ad it is the "IrIR WgOO-..tR* WO
,-11,1,,,,, ei sto 6I It. If t ul sould We av M# j
take a coM, a -v doses 01 Kennedy's bth p ami aAgalto
jW0proBputl!. It laasatft prtaciple carn A UG LAaA -f A USaA
tem by a sBPle.hut natural action of dellv a. S ak ^
DKImId1 Lsaxative Cough Syrup, aa .l" "
SEE -R- A D tastes ,o good. near like mapie KEEP THI KIONEYS WELL

sugar. It is sold by the Anti-Monopoly -- *
Drugstore. Health Is Worth Saving, w nd Sm0=
T TEA FOR PAITICI I PE anitaryInspector Clevelsd 1tk-
tag a oeusus of the city. many aft Ma O"a take thbr

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ST APOT GROCERY- t-Or 1tra-ted atalogue ex- a... a
Tx;-RPOT 1I ROMYC Z plates how we teach barber traef ta weak MOM& CM -10"06
few weeka, maled free. Moler Barber matir ae the r
SOoCollege. Atlanta, Ga. 144t dneS -,
WORRs. Jah B Wanda W aM. ill Gow la_ mo
who have beast the oats of lMrs. J. tL ., t .PF d ot -IBiOW
or a Fe Gw Days O ly I uca- OA* o- e th e I VIae r
For a DC ays VQ y 1 hotuseboatsand have had such a de- gSmv= wa wr .. zoo!!
S' llghtu thee during the week, wMfl retim we gar vaiilanihr
return Monday. "Wham a -.w i m0u02
sediment. my btek
The Eastern Stars had theirregula r ", v a" aiiUwe
WORD RENOWNEmonthly meetC U It *a I E t _ToI W' lied ti : I
*- hall and after the b1aas1 had beenow
Nirt MIru FIM orMi&a Fatr u.n W. hh at,
W. D. Grabam were tatinated Into the I decide t a ei, aR Em
JANE THE WITCH 3ode. The metings are an the order cred a a i .st
One hundred years old. no arms or legs. only 36 Inches high, the last liv- "
Ing relic of the old Colonial days when witchcraft was in power. we IgAr tlf .gw ettyt i .
I ALAKA screen sea ba ack lm
The Two Headed Indian Baby. one of the World's Greatest Curiosities; has- earry the best sae of toilet ar-
baffled and mistifled the Scientists of the world. tlatle, mapi perft0e a e, c. in the Ie" *am S hL .
RAGIO THE STRANGE HINDOO 6lty. Come in anId be coaueed. Ty- Y Pr
After seeing Ragio with his Deathly Poison Pets. you will be Astonish- Jl-U. Co Omsa f h at il =a8'
ed at nothing in the future. dre.. o w rs r il ,
SAMUEL THE FEROCIOUS CHILD SLAYING EALE p'dlmAg to end tom row with her Fri sale by an -rr.. "
Nine feet, six inches from Tip to Tip. Carried away a child In Uew JeueO states Mr. Hall andB Miss Car-. OEM V -o olr.
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dact her words miet have on the
41 A 1- the salon was
was m-alost we-'"'frtably hot ow-
in to the doing eo the main air
Mr. Suoerrme drew a book from
hi po t. if that be so," he sald
Ig tly, "may I samgst that we seek
aid te.m one who is all powerful? We
an few sad of dfeat religions, but
In this ho we en ly worship at
a common altar."
"W aM te taciturn English-
man, varying his adjective for once.
The mdissionary offered up a short but
heartfelt prayer and, finding that be
carried hims congregation with himL read
(he opelg verse of hymn No. 270.
"Por Those at Bea."
The stewards, mat of whom uder-
sMood a. fw words of EnglUsh readily
-a I factg that the padre was
ask .fr help In a situation which
theweM -aew to be desperate. They
drew a, r verstly sad even Joined
in doe1=1o1 lb":
O. h eaou vwha we cry to thee
For theme o InWul en the satI
During the brief silence which fot-
loved s. singdnf of the hymn It did
Ms-med seem to their strained senses
that the ASre. violeame of the gale had
,fainwhet absle& It was not so to
a11. A study fall Into the barom-
et feretaM even worse weather to
'emom. Courteasy, assured now that
the aMst 'aginae were absolutely use-
NB gthoMht It advisable to get steer,
s war a the ship by rigtng the
U S doei sMested sand trapped.
t* e. skt. was m alekly perceptible.
The' .Kasse- might not be pooped
Sain, but a would travel more rap-
NlirIto the unknown.
Tet this ab- oed only another in-
saoss of the way met reason when
thpy seek to explain eaiOe'from effect
hW-e hbaste* f that strip of stout can-
was waas of the tioe factors in the
stay 4f an eventful night, for it was
IWith pfay-.f ed despair that the cap-
tain ave the requisite order when
the second engineer reported that his
senior was dead. the crown of two
furnmae destroyed and the engines
eleged Ift not Irretrievably damaged
Wg famen debris. None realized better
ga" the young commander what a dis-
astreoe fate awaited his ship in the
gloom of the dying scud ahead. There
was a faint chance of encountering an-
.~t sAteamshbip wlhch would respond
.a-bMs stigals. Then he would risk
anll by laying the Kansas broadside on
h the effort to take a tow rope aboard.
SMeanwhle It was best to bring her on.
d r somne sort of control, the steam
Steering gear, driven by the uninjured
oonkey eagle. being yet available.
In the esae Ees had shielded her
fM In her hands to bide the tears
whei the entmeaty of the hymn had
baIt to her eyes. Some one whls-
pOe-to hbr:
Weo't you stng something. Miss
It was the Am*artg n He Judged
that the sweet Vke which uncon-
cogly led the singing of the hymn
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fowad that she was stagig sla
own langtuae. Tbh- as s, .oflt t
their naqupiaptn with the amand
knewld e of the coast weO aow tO a
state ofate. They woeM have alw
the bonds of d pln on the esat
pretext. So, as It eaneed, the vale.
of the English aeiortto reached the
as the msage of an eaoi, and the
spell she east over them dad not les
Its potency dinrIg some heaM of dat-
* grous toB.
Excited applause rewased the sdag.
Fired by example, the dapper FreIch
count approached the paos o and asea
Elsie to play Berangers "Reo d'Tre.
The Frencunha took the merry Bron-
arch seriously, but thea Wtog meodyO
pleaded everybody except Mr. Wood.
The "Oh-oh's" and "Ah-ah'm" of the
chorus apparently stirred him to
speech. He strolled from a e~ of
the salon to the side of Gray. the
American engineer. and said. with a
contemptuous nod toward the singr:
"What rot!"
"Not a bit of It. He' a 1 rit.
Won't you give us a soesma xtr1
If Gray showed the aSoe t a sphlas,
so di d Mr. Wood, whae real: a
was Tolluacbe. e beat a a
"Seen the rocket? he asked.
"No. Ax we ,aUealtegr
"Every minute; ha e counted M -
"You dou't say. Things are In
pretty bad shape, them?"
"Well, like Br'er Rabbit, we must lie
low and say nothing."
This opinion was lneoetioveUible.
Moreover. Tollemache was mat one who
needed urgn tto keep his meath shut
Indeed;-this was by far the longest
couyeratan e head Indul d iIno mo
he ame aboard, nor was he ftiams
with It
"hip will strike asoo," be aid..
Gray turned on hie saarp. *O
noeer!" he exclaimed. "What -ha
pat that absurd notion Iant yeur
"Know thts coat"
"But we are far out at sea."
"Fifty miles from dangfr Uine two
bours ago; thirty now."
"Are you sure?"
"Do you mean to tell me that la
three hours or less theship may be a
"Will be." ald Tonaembea "tave a
cigar." And be iasaed a wen iled
case to his comepanon.
The American was begle9ag1 t.fake
the s'ieot one's measure. Le bit at
the end of a cigar and Ut It.
"Wbat'i at the back of your beadr
he oaked coolly. The other looked to.
war:l the C(hiltina.
-Those chaps are rotters." be said.
"You think they will cut up rough?
What cau they do? We must aN sink
or swim together."
"Yes. but there are the women, yeN
know. They must be looked aftlr.
You can count on me. Tell the ahlet
steward and the padre."
Gray felt that here was a os a after
his own heart, the native born Amei-
can having a rough and ready way at
classifying nationalities when the lut
test of manhood Isto applied by a shp.
wreck or a fire.
"Got a gun?" be lngutred.
"Cabia-golng for it rst opportual-

"'Sane here. But the captain wIM
give us eome sort of warning."
"Perhaps not. Die quick, die happy."
Then Gray smiled, and be coold set
belp saying. "Tell you what, couala, if
-you shoot as straight as you talk these
stewards will come to heel. no matter
what happens."
"Fair shot," admitted Tollemaeb,
and be stalked off to his stateroom,
while the count was vociferating for
the last time:
Quel baa p'tIt rl e'etalt ra!
La, Ia!
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-"m pve Is a sAower OaL ire
could Just taud oubdde and mee our-
selvem we should look like an lMml-
Uated fetina."
That was the ritt aote-lbeltC b
the dIo cmtsmpet ed o dad s s and
teXgai. The a -
441r e u1hy tl W a heavy
s-e," amM .l4, hetty tMacorte;
MetwMlftM we. eMtM be pitWble uor
taa, ~as es hsab, where we sa
aetualtr er wmae m ady than when
"I std them auIns the storm most
try"iW" compIaI.d Isabel. -rThbe
mted me of sme wild animal huntm
to pmn, cre plt up with uleot stealth
und t n spraltaI."
"I have .eer atm heard a fog
born .u t sa m=uluMy" m, d
the Uria inMiT ife, a Mt. Snmm
valle. "Don't yo tsu k thAb an
whulteg for anobw
"Asistance? Wbat tort of aswst-
aace can anybody give us here? ro-
less the ship rights herself very soon
we 4da't kmow what may happen."
I el sememd to have a premonition
of evn, ant he pasM so bheed to the

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A book of pcu"arwraps "emhLtLe tie
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