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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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 03 9, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03110
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Volme 14, No. 24.


R. D. FULLER,


pan


DENTAL SURGEON
Offce Over Munroe & Chamblis/ Ox PVBuC


OCALA


Bank.
- FLORIDA


(I


VETERINARY


HOSPITAL


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

P. GUERINI, V S.
CITY VETERINARIAN
Day Phone 100 Night Phone 196


OCALA PRESI8K CLUB
J. J. FORT. Proprietor
Rates reasonable-All goods
Pressed and Cleaned on Short. No-
tice and Delivered Promptly. All
transient work not called for ir 3
days wil he sold for charges.


THE


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Good Judge
will
recommend
BALLARDBS
SNOW
UNIMENT
I "nrmvta V l DCtM


3.


JINAldk 'AYS, SM.


onmr


Favors Leasse System aN d Se a

Often Carees.
Jacksonville, FP.., March 9-Of
much intewt to Florldaa is a leot-
ter published by the Metropolb-
from Governor Gilchrst. as It. oat-
lines briefly the overmor's views
upon the convict lease system.
lie considers the direct aOe of the
state convicts at the present tme
on the roads as Impracticable S4a
indorses the action of the state in
leasing them out collectively. He
also takes a hit at the m niim r lto
which the county emIn1Mi-s-n
look after the eeWty eov Iets la
some parts of the state adS blames
most of the esviet eapdal to that
source.
The letter was In response to a
telegram from the Metropolis In-.
quirlag If the state covcts could
not be used In the building of ood
roads. The letter in part is a" IS
lows:
The.prison system s ame of the
most important of our inaUtatios,
and In Its proper aItalistratko all
the officers cae wth the duty
of supervision theg prim am de-
servitn of our bet thouatW sa8 o-
operation to be derived from ate.1-
ligent public stimenot OR the b *
ect. The newspapers eaM ade
valuable a-sistance by Pubi hian
accurate laforaqatio ad -&141a
up sound pabUe optlo relative to
this matter.
Under the law the Board of Com-
missioners of State I t
composed of the gO9eT o ot
the cabinet, have paervWib eo0 '
the state prison s tem.
I am herewith InaisaI yQ-, a
copy of the roI hl t
ths board In maklag a -Mwof the
state eovicts priAr to the
IIng of the lelatr. T
sons given sosed. eoud to t0he 4-
tire board. Feeling such to haw
been the care. I o .Md i wat. m
have been lack otood faith to
have referred the -al.' togte
legislature, as any other a~ tiat
that which has beef tae by the
board would have undoua dly We-
sulted in a vto message.
nuWAXsds


MN Nr. Marh 9'W*rg
-4 OW t ariymonnga
hose sai. now l_____-vivzp* *
At here. 1s.m SmlNA .*aW-
ow. gM4 WUia a-4. uber, S to.-
.)O-W_06W. siudotat hrbed-U&
idi said "whom mho' oarod mamar
Sw"~ to his quendom thA*
did got an him, .the m an ed four*
buleso late bet bead. W~amert&* ~
killd kmesibytaking p~ho, a and L
.the& mw~t choin imosf. -T
-1 -LAI*eMlast bgt umrs.Me vuwa"
'Xbq* 111m, ih z. pesib ebuso chanjeo
HU IG icOe Is $6. Sunee the death 120"i
of be ubomb=*mr. McKee has sub
m~aceda bearding house and PuPl
,VW vr w ~oneof heir boardersfuIqbp
Doninga, the- last year he was nus-



lo~mi Coonty.
ftIs 41 Cbmeym aksoaktT
J. Clums & Co.. 4.1mg buslune ss n0h6_
CRtY of Tolede. souaty and state .Itre-
a" aan *At am amwin ly.the
om at OS kJ)(Upk,'DOUA futha
-Iw -emch and evo ycamof thatrr
pt.a cans" be cqped byr the owq whal
Ftank 5L Cbeme..,.
sworu to. helme s ad" mscbm

*rft.hCure isIshowkea
~* nfoism~ ~the ~tm
FP Lheey &Co.. T*1lede. 0,O
aws flow 1m 14WCoatstaltLo w"



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Atteet~ W.V. IIfewuia ~w ee-y

Oak* NO-. .,a U


take& up *,oS
ins the crsu a triat.
Sby the boar giving to t- several sIall d
s who had collected by private whom is but .
criptions as amount for the Wood warn 4~.
poe of building hard romul h.e hM t
ble the amount ofthe c
the ---r~ I~ n


by -wwau s
this ord~f
NeetUbt15


gema


TERMS. CASH.


J. E. CHACE
DENTAL SURGEC'N
Rooms 9. io and I I,
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA.
TERMS, CASH.


L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
meO tver COrel li
Phone 211
Office Hmour-4 to 12 a. m.; 1to 5 p. w
TERMS. CASH.


Charles D. Hulbert. M. D.



Office Second Floor The Munroe mad
Chambitss Bank Building. Ocala.
Florida.
Telephones: Office, 222: Residence. 221
Office Hours
9-12 a. -n.. 2-4 p. m. 7:30-SMa m. m.


W. C. BLAICHARD

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Plans furnished
on application.
P.O. xU. *oal .ft.


Montezuma Barbershop

In Commnection With the Hotel Office
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tentlo nto all. Special attention to
children.
ELECTRIC MASSAGE
HOT AND COLD WATER

L A. DETTERICH. Prosiewt


Owing to the d nanoal conditions
it is quite evident that the state o tttns M 1 *
convicts so ul be eaWlea t hId e..SJ
Ing the only practical d to8 0 tod = Bea Stestrmit,
make of them for the prment Te W. Kl, 29m Olive street, SL
question then was as to whether Lo, ",
they should be leased In a body or
In groups or sections. The lattIer O B "ve-r iam a-OWI
plan waw tried in Georga, sad ulfe co"di as well cated re, t,
suited in mieh MadL loOth Fifth street, Apply to 0eor~e u ti7, By thit
I Invite your arefl emInato y Wn s. a- -: -t.
of the codltlos to be followed by ., h .
the contractors who lease the state
prisoners, and Wouldsugest Sethati'
you compar these w ith the tem U' I.
upon wh ih county oaWis aMean
leased by your bard of e. at
According to, tAe l ,ermat -
which I have reeMhed, the darkt *
spot upon our coaviet system lies In.. .
the improper caS give this matte.
by county commlma Wrera, There Is
reason to believe that If them
boards woull treat county e6.- .. ,
with the a -" *
the state bard treats state OA 400-
vticts t.he would be o IV I .UE R
scandal hi FIlor"da. ., f_ *- *J
Why LAite Sstegm IS :M
In my u_ .mal addu" 1 0".i.... .... -

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ed out ta th e de t rate
the codfI th l tbe, 8*4-7tralh-b --
Bastand, New NT,
Delawara. the Die t C l- S
the death te 17iT2 per Ohw-
sand. This it a eqoavincitMg argue
meant that the nner in whic IS
Florida' s caviet are emploed IN
conducive to their health laes. Iii BP i -. '
Another bthig: It is obrl as Oat
it would '1e lmpracticable to. -* Oiie
long term em ~s -a t ot per :. ,
A" maps Wma INWC Bit _W
sary in comlns a '1l oreaf wri
It may -w ^Ue-I that.f thI
state is d*esre.. ... "ft"mi
roads throh th"e SO :
convict syta that a law be'
passed by which theO pree.a6n10 ..
the leasing, et the vets '* tJoe"d
be app.l4t.o .the eme otrf
I hope that iy iNW briag year
cannon, loaded with the shot A d
shen of printer's ink, to bear OpM I fto thA b*by of
your county cosmatesl ais, agt As
them to aaderstmad tOat Mvicts B
have crtaia rights. .4.-...
Veryr tres rbe service a New -rr a
WAlbe lW. rwist, GovIoCer. vu 0 m r -dem 'S&-a


PIRST -CLA PAPM,_ANS-- -_
SAND PAI4TIN
I have opened tn Ocala a sahf tr
and it ia my desire toft aan. ie -
mate on ev* y palating and lar-
banging job that Is to be doW m
Oeal. I hav the bet paper I -
the south and I bahle tihe mie-a
most up to dat m of at p ,.
laps. sak tabric geods ad OAttti
tilMar., both impoted and dsdme en


fui~ 'eh~is massage.
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rt cb& Cabbages wwis, m ,L,. HNMRY wr. M KS -
11aVE I T 1 SA to SL. a crate at the depotad let- ------ "S ...
k -- ace was brmlarb l toSI$u a eal. reene Henry W. P as tedinss t. & e& -. .
C. L. *itt er ad R.R. CIt i THE W. C. T. U. SOCIAL A ood mn is saw. He was the od- .
EditorM and Publishm. --- est man ia Marion county east o the
---- The social given by the W. C. T. U. Oklawaha river, betif la bhis st
C. 1.. SITTINGER, Editr at Tonge's hal last night was large. year. Mr. Paskita eame from Ale-
ly attended, every seat a the has be- baa to Marion reafty somehanf
R. I. CARROLL. Bugle***MOa rW Ing taken and masy ter1peai ems lest U years ago. He was a farmer'-
flued. It was Indeed a pktr M I* ey aee patio sad a god one, too. He
seats were not to be had as the iAs served in the Indian war of 1S5 and
NEXT PAIR IN NOVMMER program provided by Mrs. Wiate l18T, also I1 the Coufederate army
--- would have been more e aomfrtably during the civil war, serving his
A representative gathering of our enjoyed i Coutry faithfully in both capacities.
progressive and publ spirited citl* Mrs. H C. Packham, presilMt of He was a consitm~t member 9 the
sens held a meeting in gberiff Gallo- the local orsgaato prMli grame- Baptt ebitch fr ..yy year. Sm ..
way's office last night. President 0. fully and introduced the e.r-alBew. ten years- ago he h6d-a street pa .- y.
Fair Association, presided, and See- Thel singing was good ad so was the alysia wIhich raUtii hl peetcal- *
Fair Associatio-prelsided. and See- playing All did well, or y' m better ly helpleI-. grasdam wft wa -
retary D. Wllam recorded whether M thtoere Mr er. sa t the end i Mr. Perl i
acts of the eetfln. sweetly. The eeE by Mrs. T. married f to Mis 2ms.bet"Herndom
The first ting to consider was th Johnson beaatW a I wwtae .Their ui wa beeed with nine -,
date on which the next fair should be of note and expreasioa. MKim Mary children, feo seas ad ftv daugh-
held and Nov. 24th, 25th and 26th were Connor violin solo was ampressiv terms. He was a a estimable citizen
named. This date was made. includ- Mis Ethel Haycrafts esecutlem was To his sorrowing wife and children we
Ing Thanksgiving, which is a school lovely. Mrs. B. Ceoodem's solo on extend our deepest sympathies. y t Ot s t iy '
bolday, to enable the school children the piano w apprece
on Ocala and the county to attend and dut by Misses Jeh ells Mart av aha 2 W
a testu will be made of thil fact on Irma Blake struck a respSonlve go I.
that date and secure an attendance Thereadin by Miss Vivian Da~m eof 1 Y? A'
that will make It memorable In the ..The oul o the "IoIa" was eW ctve, ?11 0
annals of the fair. It was also de- ly rendered. A difficut piece mbater- i
cided that steps should be taken to so1 y p okn, t g ee her ta- o-fd-m li Jjr ^ L..
raise funds for the premium lit and tatlons were no qt it clear do A 1 C Dr.
to erect buildings for additional dis- # . I. capteord the * t ** .' *e
plays. also for betterment of the race with her temperance reading. Mr. ,
track and to this end It was voted H. C. Packham's address was a ne K



books for sale of stock be opened at lever in the cause. Part of thistalk t mw eLe Dr. ?t wreP- you have sent to th mk ha to ilrta ? s
once by the secretary and those who was Mrs. Armourws report on the ef- irptsUoB.Sor.the car weok. eruonsran.* been high, you are t Ipe
desird to engage sto ck could do so at etsff o prohibition In Georgia and dowa. over-ork.d Muitad. pamcked 6. for a e
at per, which inI0 share. At t how temperance and temperance -a0



once. though many obstacles had to be ov- hwase iwu thtismeidlc.ae mad.ep ui PVTUS p salt
o enthusiastic and optimistic ere become and there was great oppo- a -em oe Of our Pi e a .he bs
some of the persons present that they itn to th e law, espectanty it Savan- ibeu a price teadl ob ll
believed the association could declare nah, figures and facts. proved prohitlMk- 2 a se D1
a dividend this year. y dn w Georgia had Ae to -tay r un-. l h r Th Y U a n ,t o
It was urged by Mr. Chamblis that to ibneortialresit thad woontoht.eeI m ervtad
desired to engage stock could do so at fects of prohibition inGeorgiteeecarsn it ad wrought r w e r ;.. .a.for .f0,






belr. In getthin out the l artists now clear so that t could be heard It the i i "
would make that a very valuable ad- remotest part of the halL e .i
vertislng medium for merchants. Retrehments wee erve by a i l*t
It was agreed that the amboc ati@f t e hnI woe se vlld ly a l ty b*CIp
needed a secretary, who should be veln Pot charna of the corn- g" ".
paid for h.is service and an Mr. Will- mitte on refreshments, while asove- rd- t e l. & I -lr T. a..r e__n_ -a i sta
lams had done such splendid work in n t sp o o t bt t ada atal c es ave mal Vis.e Sor ?b o -
190w he should be the man. The board re s othe olael ote hi .a feu a
of directors later elected Mr. Williams. e pnne d o y t.thwape sW v . w a m-9M" h
It wasrn a that the ass tionbevofhnsmOtlebyIB i@1 -0 oe otowsby.tre r...._w



a s secretary at a compensation of e Hay att Glady Ma ee rt a N ..-
continue to Nov. lt and for that All in all the evening was a very nty
month he was to receive pay fitting plesnt and very profitable one an Aty iaV10' je3 evn
for the strenuous work he would In the yn ng folks of the W. C. T. U. are it ihra i n a0re10minI 0I tima or
called on to pl i e man. to be congratulated on the success at- i n@ii .. ...-n11.1100-_e aDr.-Sitet's *4tvt"M.


Mr. Chambliss proposed prizes to be tending their efforts. UylPl.U hu m a.-tvd.tat I C .'ew M
offered by the assoceatlon m or the best aal each $f -E ghls ladyn se t to
acre of corn and the best acre of cot- a ,aJ blasmme.mhpBt acorfetleadhWmdi- Issng 8y md iiwwi I
ton, under certain rules and regula- II aSUER HO USE se t "o H. 1 4 s
a month. pay to beginaMarch IsNand. 1814mwriteto y dear '""itIs


ntions to be later presented for thait"-.t"we".r"y



There was some discussion as to o All inl at t n" t ta s ..
whether premium exhibitions should One of Ocala's best boarding hoses. *_ 9 * P that cete gou PltMs eobeet S
be invited from other counties. A few If you want something good to eat and A booMt eg mi w l;..e wa aFuels F F Maros o ist o.
thought tenuous A large majority said large, well ventilated rooa. to sleep eaM orat ive wdAm eIsal e s nby the f
no This is strictly a Marion county in; bath room, both city and wen wa- tea- meteal a. orttaleu of this couatr. Meets'every Wednesday evetlag at
fair; only Marion county people could ter. For particulars cal on or ad- wb Ndeatie s to smuar cm sdinarc name 8:15 o'clock. Visitig brethren at
exhiit for mums u I anyo dre. Mrs. Leuer, No.a North Main ed with 1Uy is iin Aidrurf ways w wisMr.hed to make a display of It they uiROOMS FORI W. C. Moore. e a tall
would be welcome. ROOMS FOR MOU1X ING ------- assa assmetak ,
Those pred by nt were Mesrs. Geo. K. Several comfortable rooms arran ged
Robnson, D. 8. Willams. T. T. Mun- for housbpto, third floor 8tar ets
roe, H. A. u aunett. F. E. Harris, Dr. building. Apply at ta of n are a co1.
Walter Hood, Dr. W. H. Powers. Dr. Ha o I p l Ite t a t W ama,
Clarkn. George MacKay Dr. E. P. should e have the latst shape i a trw be held rday eve March 12, at 1, t iaa o e-i& :-
Guerrant, D. W. Tompkins, Win hats (or college boys, green bhade afd 7:3 o'clock in Yonge's Hall. Vtsittaig over ta stl Clt by a B
Knight and Arthur Cobb. green brim edges, also brown and sovereigns ate always welcome. Ask today. Dss' sasept II ut-
At the directors' meeting it was or- black bands and brim edges. Soe- M. Ute. C. C, tute.
dered t hates. Attorne Burford be givelar thing novel and right up to date. Tha CHILDRtEN'S EYESd cb K a b
the figures that the fair associatIon H. Mat. Mstwrs Co. TH EYEE UN VEStf W OOP -W e a
had expended in repairing buildings If yNo.our child i backward in his .. T..IS
track and ence and he at oncenotify PIANO TUNIN stdle-does not like to study, or h B Prof C. C
John R. Martin of the fact and call on Ten years exprleacea. sfuemeMa. symptoms f headache, you will prob- B --ert. to I
him tor an accounting for his interest any ms t r O a that there is some little eye .t eat Moot 4 Ben Otai t i h
in tw grounds and if a compromise misc hase in Jacksovle a the .m feri, a
could not be reached whereby he re- K .. e Leastordt, ty ls*att Thi er may be no outward signs of t ae i the ba f 1t- W t U
tnquished his claim to said property. un- for yet the eyes should be x tm tho
to proceed at once and haveett t. Harr, D ORSES bu ALMOST SIVN AWAY ted to make sure there i no fault and third Thuraday evening of each
deterne Hood, Dr. meW.According to the r. moth. Vt brother ordially i t
dire. ctors understanding Mr. Martin, B. A few Aor horse L for sale by the WE GVR SPECIAL CARE TO Nvited. J. A, hIW lr W. KM. I
In his neglect of the property and faE.P WeivethIntwbel-Tob lCNe M rh A at,1.l-V 0 ha






forfeitedall h t ahur nd title to the oe e l o ges, vetOtt aW w DB. D l. ONBT, OCALA C IAPTER N 1, It. A. a t.y. "* -.

The secretary was ordered to go to black b n chapter do. 13 L. of the th I tat i aia
work at once on revising and prepar- O m. aChaptXer adre.1 t A. cm teh 4th se md6sek
ded th et m bmt en teTYPhinnovel R FOR SALE Off i Hce our.: N to a. m. sa Frday tl every orth, at tb ". m. peawed ree "' + + .

In an Informal way the attractions fo re (ath oir onU monthly .nLO HA k &CALL PATTERNS OYSEt.S AT LK CAPI t-o. m s s
of the fair were discussed. The racng r
oan to be baet do and thea i t n LASTER AT AINOR'S The Globe has secured the agency i! fry....... .............. 4e. giv by ay sag
deveryianr tular shouldnbe what Its Frank Gds. aa ihis w easter in Ocala for the famous and popular Hel try........ ..... ... c. Me t j e ah~-t. ~a
name desliated, a purely agricultural goods. The display ot adis' aste stt ,.
show and in that name it was to be hats, trimmings, Ungerie shirt wa.eiaP laino Stew .. tet e r t ,'
- mu, a ....-


m ade the bigw est success ever. silk w aists, skirts, etc- Is-a --ofS-"L E.RM E.Y..R.L A.-..P E."110%rw . . .-".. "--.. .V, Ism
All signs point to the Marion eoun- bsat In the country and Just t a e"i
ty fair of 1909t as the biggest thing and up to da as it ecan be. A pLa gri- Atm-hour froiaa&to1eroe as 7
ever presented to the people of cen- did stock of m 's rnsifas I Lahrpe oh a dangeo s awi
tral Florida. From now until Nov. 24 new Easter styles also ready for dis- they freutly develop into pem- 6. tZ u-pta w.Sr d .
It shall be our watchword and battle play. Gadson is always up to data moa. l's Honey and Tar not t i
cry for more and better corn. more See his goods before making any pag- Strste the co h but ei and "
n better chases. *A strngthes the lungs so that no ser-c
home pride and glory. Tarotanlogical
Of the nine directors of the fair as- Get your Easter suit made at aim Ta H and TIar contains logi-l ew tmn
sociatlon six were present, namely: Fishel & Son's.Se samples e a nso dus andbistIntae llsw Soldb D RM A vey between GaIaneVMefl d O.;.
Messrs. Robinson, Williams. Munroe. display. Sf tse ouUtitutes. Sold by | a A V D e t
MacKay. Boozer, Fausett. The ab- a mdrubli "s route for a hard road, itanto o-
entees were Camp. Ray and Pyles. CATTLE FOR ALE
Mr. Anthony Hawthorne, represent- A portion of a dairy herd consisting end Is to draw up phumn for a eg- I m-
Ing the Tampa Dally Times, was In W of a good bull and several heifers piete read system ftr the state. This
town today in the Interest of his ex- 0 yearlings and calves. A bargain it wil tend to systeaat ne road th bSw -
cellent publication and made the Star sold at once. See or write, J. H. Brin- Sc/io/a ~is P. 7 9 struction and may gi m ato
a pleasant call He said business was : ad THI JAR. 3--d4twlt e bdr -
growing with the Times, its circulation No tealyagpd hww.lbua gedbesi- The advaftea Os sM Eret'a g .mtr hS
and Influence widening to such an ex- SCREW WORMOLOGY am leuesor as we. The seto dos too evident hor wa4- -U1us....
tent that the management of the pa- should be studied by every parent. If is at a good bneas eoiaad th the Uw, Other advantage
per will shortly Install a press to q JAR 00f your child is nervous, fretful, starts s Zed el elia i
print a sixteen-page paper. Editorial- in Its sleep, is pasty faced, has rings Tlmpg. Bw M i ood rtoa- p- ai 3
ly the Times Is one of the strongest Some folks thi besewe under its eyes, alwys seems hungry. a a, ..ina ML.y ihe
papers inh the state. Mr. Hawthorne ar eW n iaiMOis w b not gaining wegh you can be sure "OAs ps ianit etlbo otH -'" '' .-: -
while here visited the Marion PFarmns t t iyIs 7 the trouble is werms. White's C-eam a ewei**** lstaltue. m As A very tflt e hilas beeo .
Hospital. l i t ay e. Verminfuge Is an absolute cure for m onaue. Open alle year W st e i d for tbe partat
:p-i.candy hiJe. worms. Is Its own purgative. Sold h il ai a nl i "
Dr. J. C. Boozer continues to re- *--ll by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. L. at. AiTTO ,pa ii..ao etes 1- greeted t Ih iaa- R lS0
celve applications for seed corn from Ta .. a Kate ulMs. Tams, P'iwa. b rtia. A tfal afs 'aw ne"
Marion county boys wishing to corn- GOLD BRACELET LOST -_ 1be. 1 Ift in the at Wi tht
pete for the corn prices at the com- l a afYeste;rday or ning in returning -"-W
ing county fair. The latest are: lt bome from church Miss Anna Mison b w popibe to 4 l
Theophilus Neal. Montbrook: H. G. Why p n e caa a a gold bracelet between the t
Reynolds, Lynne; Roy Knoblock. Dun- Mrs. We 71-7llst- Cf lrt rac and the Presbytaern t hi e r a L
nellon: J. B. Trimble. Dunnellon; CtJ sm -d *chureb. The finder will be liberally S t amSeporL *ear s 1tho,...
John Brooklyn. Ocala: Sebron ar by rea ng the P este i -ana %eaAt n .
uon. Berklyn E. a Hlow ell Anthony. beat Ub Mae Missan at her home on South teal1 schoole s
James Marsh. Daisy; Hugh Mathews, Thirastreet. 3-8-tf t e w e.
Flemhigton: Mafley Bowling, Candler; -nalways rak. Unde lactri l- alssutt iu--
Lee Meadows, Ocala. and Claud Mc- Sam charges but Ic. a ac5 tocar A A Re tligio Auther's atemamtt t with a 'pwer
Cully, Berlin. ityaw. A i to .pomad box 11. o*ep*h" It P e rma salv-i
tby apnmaawhbe. 4l & a1r Uf to the sme 5


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ALA OCCiIMICES
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Nunnally's fine candles fresh every .... .... -- I
week at the Postoffnce Drugstore. In Bttl 0
Capt. John L. Inglis. of Port .Inglis. In la a
is at the Ocala House. I alll ft To lt
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran-
teed. Price 2.rc. Sold by all druggists.
Mr. and Mrs. T S Kyle of Gadsden. _ ._ ,,
Ala.. are guests of th". Ocala House.
Mr. James Badger, the cattleman m
Prescriptions filled accurately and the Oldtown section, wa a tl
delivered by the Po.toffice Drugstore. caller In town today. He ,'ld a
was doing wel and all his a&gril
Mr R. B. Kyl,'. of Ciearwater. is at tural efforts were to n e feed for hi
the Ocala House. herd. -
Mr. John T .Moor., returned t; Tam- Mr. E. J. Decker, wife, two daugh
pa this afternoon ters and son, of Lasing. Mich., wh
were brought to Ocala by our youm
Let us measure you for your spring real estate promoter. Mr. Asber Fa
suit today. M. Fi-hl & Son f the Marion Realty Conpy. hav
Rented the Massey cottage the see
The Dallas school taught by Mls: onid ward and moved I thb -after
Beck. of Berlin. closed Fridav. noon. They will Invelt In a honse nea
Ocala as soon as one Ist found to al
Red Cross Plasters for lame backs, them.
25c at the Piistoffice Druggtore r
S-25c. attherpo.stfc. Irugstir i h'.all and get acquainted at the Com
Mr. Harp. th,- Eurek.i turip-ntine merial Barbershop. You will b
o1wrator. was h.re todlav. treated with courtesy there.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Raysor came in Mers. Edwards. Rents i4 MeIVe
today from their plantation at Lowell njoyed a very exciting fox chase lam
Jim nders. the ,r ird farmernight. They started a fox near Mar
Jim Sanders. the arl fam. tel and for an hour there was f I
was'a caller today the air and until sly ReIyo ad was rw
County Vommi.s~iono-r N. A. Fort Is i into a hole, when the exeltement wa
a visitor to the city today. over. -.
Where Is it" We have a splenaId 1gh-1weli
Where is Whthat. imitation of Panasma tin aterl
Where ris wa and shape. Also straw hats to sal
Why. the Commercial barbershop. almost any fancy. The I. B. Master

FOR SALE-My household firni- Company.
ture. Please call and inspect same.
Abe Brown. -1-23 WANTED-A middle aged ~wla
of neat appearance "ad good eha&
Messrs. Rollh- Keating. Mason Ty- acter to cook and do general hotke
son and Col. Abrams went to Orlando york. Good wages and ho~e to
last night to see the races, right person. Answer by mal, stat
ing salary expected and accomplish
Get your Easter suit made at M. ments. C. E. Foy, Port Inglis, Flor
Flahel & Son's. See our sample- on ida. 3-, 1 r
display. When in a hurry for a,shfve or hat
The Commercial Barbershop is lo- cut come to the Comamercal Barber
cated In the Ocala House next the of- I shop.
flee. Try them. Yoi will be used
right. Alex Moorhead. county surveyor
went down to Dunnellon today to d
DId Pounds. one of the be4t known some surveying.
piano salemien in the state. is in town
for a few days. Mr. Jas. R. Moorhead %rent dow
to Hernando this afternoon on beal
... ... .... .,.. ..- -. ness.


FOR RENT-One nicely iurnisiepu
front room. modern conveniences. No.
24 Watula street. 2-24-3t
WANTED-A position as dairyman
or overseer of farm: experienced man.
Address "R." care of Star office.
No soiled towels used at the Com-
mercial Barbershop. Everything clean.

Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & 'o0
general agents.

Miss M. S. Miller. C S. Miller and
M. E. Wayne. of Philadelphia. are at
the Ocala House.

Our tailoring man Is here and wants
to take your measure for a spring
uit. Come and look through his
' samples. M. Fishel & Son..
Mr. Reece Hunnicut is in charge of
the store of Ferguson and Usher dur-
Ing Mr. Ferguson's absence In Miami.
For a first-cla.s hair cut, shave or
shampoo, go to the Commercial Bar-
bershop.

The moving picture- show of Messrs.
Hall & WIggins at the corner of Okla-
waha and North Main street, is about
ready to be opened.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cobb and little
daughter. Fanita. went to Orlando
this afternoon to see the races.
Shoes polished in the very best man-
net. &c. at the Commercial Barber-
shop.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. K. Sage went to
Tampa today to spend a few days
with friends, and while there Mr. Sage
will attend the W. 0. W. convention.

Bill Hogan. the Grahamville farm-
er, was in town today.
All work guaranteed to be satisfac-
tory at the Commercial Barbershop.
The fox hunters. Messrs. Edwarda
and Rents. caught a wildcat a few
days ago and thought they wquld
have an exciting chase when they let
him out the other night, but he would
not run worth a cent and they had all
their trouble for nothing.
Try the porter at the Commercial
Barbershop. He Is the best shoe pol-
isher in Ocala. He shines them for
6 cents.


Mrs. Norman B. Port accompanied


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Smuaked HaIlbft.

Caro Cora. Si

in 10 and 2SCa


lRry 'Widow PIw
12 id 24 hod Sak

Best FPciria Swim


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Send us your prescription blus-a
We are thoroi'ghly prepared to- S
It. Tydlngs & Co.
A fine son waa b this
to Mr. and Mrs. Melt tb, wh* .
in the Mrs. Annie Mar
the third ward. May the battle oth
American live to be a comfortto Mls
parents and as fine a ctisen as his
father Is.
Try an electric scalp massage for
tMat headache. Commercial Barber-
shop.


Dr.
school
White.
Spring
ties.


Hammep, the noted Sunday,
man, Is the uesOt of Mrs. I. .
CStra, a visited s btver
Saturday to admire Its beaut-


The Marion mealty Company's sale
of lots at Odd Ftlows Weltkhs Satwr-
day was fairly sueomsl. Te lots
were disposed et. Aahb 4Iftak. man-
ager of this company. Is a hustler.
If your hale is ftlling, call at the
commercial Barbershop. 3-9-st
Now Is the time to plant yout r_
den. We have all 0 hnds of
seed for. fan plastaMg. -Tyd a b
W. G. McNelly, thM tranmdhf tpre.
sentative of the Atlanta Newspaper
1'nion, was In town yesterday oa bas-
Iness connected with. the MAoa.- MR%
McNelley made the Star a piasant.-
call and said he expected t be pres-
ent at the meetinr of the Flerida Brees
Association at St. Augustane March
30 and 1I.

FOR SALJD-Th fownag proper-
ty on Lake Weir, one mile from Okla-
waha: 40 acres comprising 1I acres
bearing grove, 4 acres lake front. 2
acres uncultivated laadst. Dwelling
house and- 'packing house. D. IS
Woodrow. i-20-It
Foley's Honey aad Tar cures eaughs
quickly. strengthens the lOs and
expels colds. Get the genUMte l. a
yellovr package Sold by all dr SUit1

FOR SALE--Ig fIram. thborouh-
bred barred Plymouth Rseks, $1 tor
15. $a for 10o. Mrs. W. R. Dreher,
Micanopy, Fla. M'l4-tf

Miss Annie Land, of Ki gto. N.Q.,
who ie visiting her coals. Mim Mar-
garet Taylor in this city, went down
to Lake Wetr this afternoon to vialt
Mrs. J. M. Neely for a few days


a ls on. e IN
CASTORIA a
fdy ft il S
T Ui FloND-A boneh of key, four n inspect< mi s<
number. Fnlder ean haf _s a Ve B dec-ba imt I fa
M T I 0 An at this ofee and payg fr .e- r
this advertisement wa- 11 i M Nl "

oGe Sponges. spongs t t t the for the ba
faiheries. rice* that aprp isat tke an slagmaoa,
Anti-Mpnopoly Diugatow. hal "
MED POTATOES FOR SALE
2" buasets yellow ynm and several rWANTED-A pooltof as bookkep- p. v. ta .
oth er Varb & Wo averal hunred r andstenographer, or salesman: rofa ,was~ Itowa. ~,
bushels eating potatoes: four young c-e thl of A-d -:. ..
cojws, fresh mimkers, at a bargain. caret .,
Have more than I need. Fifty pair ble aom tWO oC
extra large Homing pigeons, match- We have a most exquisIte ine of Mr. C. T. Ckrut ot Pbhad e
ed. Have.so time to look after them. fancy imported china in many dif- and one to J. M. Mathi, he cat- -
D. M. Brney. Ocal,. Fla. 2-10 feet pe T Aloupe, t- omr. .
Drugstore. -.
Call In .a see the pretty tne of Mr. Flrank L.b7 D-.sa it.t
fancy imported China, that we are A SWOLLEN JAW visiting Mr. Drt s *a tav.
displaylug. Anatl-hoopoly Drut is not pretty nor polesamt Whethr L Dwuad. to M dt.,-
Sltor., t. ts caused by neuralgia. toothaebse or
L s accident. BlIard's St ow Ll-iki .n*t r. Curtis, sAflaa l
A AN p resptintj l8ed at the Anti- will reduce the swelling aa rloeW Aek e& at Hooem"s
6ohopo* Driv a-se are fled by the pa"' The great and sure course pa vB
ras sad ll.miumle airanteed under for rhenumatim. cutM, burna brAises, locate *
s Fo.od Law. TTyu re Squibbie' alds-any and all-aches aed pamli. doctor
S & o 15; also Sold by the AntMonopoy tore.

Sexual, guarantee No. Always. ELECTRIC HMyOOTHcam -10 Haryl ae d own .
the et, the et ... t fro J .
4e McxOne of thiM gratedt ill tu tonight. t t
The atest shapes In yachting straw about the houae is Io o o tbb" Ant- will reMiUAN torster 001 '
hats for hb.m yowga men ad4 middle lcan Electrio ISmootieg etwo HNet.' ucle aSSS .
aed mean. DOerant width tI brimns ed a mtVInute,' as even *wte" Wat*t* M. Wi s. onv o eiltW.
and several different heights In crown, uae'ver soi or .ota O W o .t 0ei g
Toe bm* e m e we have ever show la mother or sister one of thew Tw ikes hiMs"_
this popular hat. The E L. B. Masters i.zes and prises. Aak H. W- Tl..It 40;JOW
CompeNr, to shgOw them o o70L .

V RIanwa' suy *oaut o a 1
on ftfrt -KIs qaue. Pamnhed Varnish orv.
tished, 3 lt bouakSep~ln both phe ad cab, *rela ahr?- ', B
Sm. Address P. O Bo 34 t g. e Mr. ohn t
YOUR LIVER A BIG LOAD POR A DOLLAR -vUe On t
Is out of order. Yon go to bed In a delivered, cash. Call at fcttery or Ir. 1
bad humor and get up with a bad taste 'PHONE 170-G. GILES & CO. .
in your mouth. Ton want something CABINET MAKING tered at the O l*"g
to rtUnuiato yow Uvr. Jurt try CABINET MAKING :
to stimulate your liver. Just try
Herbee. the .wr segulator. A peel- We lave opened a sbWp:,t C. J. Rev. G. I. Iarrto FH ueit
aew curM*r eeoatlsss. dyppsgela e No. n1 Nort Third street. from Orange ake. wherm he Md er-
t a ailta. Mr i-t. whewe ift q.Me with th viee. last evenal. -
wutees: mlaw used toreleaiit.tlmrI and rto 4043 4Wa01
a-U I a' t flty for yeam tt M GO. baast i-ide. aWd Mr. B. A. Carie sUe. oI'4fw r
1 ieast roa*e bwhat I thi.k d end Wtt t ft the "arly mj huO.k
aboet -I. eryody a y est d tor no, N1.myte n e w a t'
Is happr ad t Wex, and we owe it to na a'tja I .-_ -
Note p4by g the AJ-tiO0*IOly 77 Iw i vdwL to, J; i

Mr. J. W. AkA and Mr.,Paul Dtr- A'UX fr. l l i
and. of th e Oeal Plhmbta Co., weat t w al
*to IntvtMm thIs afteOO, where 1t. 1TH01i, t w6 -
mfay he the contract to put ta has ntey hamtihtp' r s, o mw the oh-. It *un s
wh"P f A =V
modern plumbing s teo nthe e"ta- elertdfta poo- eabfthm f y t- o er "t
ty jail of Citrus cotaty. They wiWl be. day 4eind hea but M iewd
there for two months, though M tet .Is th .grateatAealrdmhai .... 3
Akia wii at % remav i all the thime. world h evr 1m. 'C o i tp r isF
Thi Sociapnya ha juSWt Salshe a btg perfect alon of itsmach, lver, aid- .
job at plumabit for Capt. Jack Will- so. bwala parl* aft erdn ichel the M ra H Maria% do ag N
lans at Citra, where they put In a Mbl1a, a$n tones a- Invigemta t t, Mrs. C. H. v a a
toe ina the Harris Manaton. The com- beea brafta fto(ew their sM. You Jan aItaevi. 7
pany also had the contract and did a can't atKrd to m ght heetrle Bittef ," .
large Jab of punambig in the new it weak.run-dow" or Aicky. Only Ms. C.n B .
house recstly ld ildby Contractor C. Ws. Guaranteed by all druggists. Aodeson whohae ea teat.
J. PhillpsA and has a contract at Me- Wl-r: e o
Intoeh for Mr. No _su...thy to plumb I. C. Davis & S.., or Jae konis. of ast week retire e M
his residence. W$ sel any mafs of second-band Prday they wre jelled by 31 wA
typewrIster pon aagy terms if deired. who accomp a0ed them 4

We have a baie supply of fresh. THE WOMAN'' HOME Hs. RitchaAv TcVotath ad tb .S
guarateeod ese, cantaloupe and gar- iTtre L. & M.L Pant e^ates mom, goest. Mrs. Sth a d s ea
amg seedsa at hOdas for the spring than two mllliou Americas homes. 111b3Lbeth. of Kseeky. wegaVu*," '- h
plating. ge- before buying your beautiful finish aid lasting tefanem Woomer thi afsU sui to visll O3AS
supply. Tydms mad Co. dtIunaulshe a resuence painted with D. S. Woodraw for seveat 4sa.
It from an othen. It's Mewtal Zinc


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Elks meet this evening.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Eagles meet tomorrow evening.

Red Men meet Thursday night.
% Woodmen meet 'rltday evening.
Mr. E. E. Edge of Taylorville. Is at
the Ocala House.
Red Cross Plasters for lame backs,
25c. at the Postofflce Drugstore.
There were 40 arrivals at th,, Ocala
House yesterday..
FOR BALI--A fine Webber piano.
Abe Brown. Ocala. 2-8-tf


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1 eT ot OWtE w daton

aft'] N .ta ti ase the *
wry pMeat there to attend the the







AMr Dme me"fft and all wer e
Sg d toe aterta Inmet --
*aft ardend. Sth H payes to go asan




Ro Mr wrestQali watch wad seeaort me

ase good a tookhe real th. and the l..
wVaery pleaseathe to battle piec the while OPEN T 7 P. 11 the tar
Airthat wDo t with the ore ad allenter ... .- . -
Stanmenased b th, enaterta d ment -AI o tr otf lbag -.

Thogers wrute pt matd much anot O st U.
_A good an tie real thinen aTnd the_"



aaint the A was qBrown Haitea a T e wotght il b
trer. The ProdgLL E TAKENturn" MUSIC Meart. vryboy
-Poor P`s' Pol fttrabshedhe thaon For. allyl2110e sm atW
t t .went With the u more od en ter-



talmnt lurie the ette seono the breadsTW PEROR ER Y
TM e am te was e awd much appre- '




etroed. p" ;'a &W.
ee a-ertlwmt elsewhere for this "A Nigt of Tr the -ttabernacle lt












- outbtslldl slendidly located o bt
evening's conceitt to depot. Ha progm e l tel

ORSDE "WILL BE TAKEN MUSIC Heart." Everybody
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St. arares Gld w all take ord- Um C. a a. u o le'










NEW PANAMA PfATS We Cany the tolet at-S
on d elente seeon for cakes, TWO PEFORMAs SEY










a edor dM getl-en. Mako yor _. t ; Z

Saetltons early. Th, H. A. "-It" 3 "-.. -,t
A mlargey -r tb t residence with







Sgood stree MAAZconvenint to depot. Has EA .
block f ro ample room onver the vicry o
which to bIlo three or four other Stante Bt"- ormty tax ll
t ou. For a Newcash cons. deration., lo MIrA I1st AsVe -resin-
either to lave In r as an intesmnet. payi-PS ye-r -. y tau bef ab"C I
this property Is the best bargain in dates. De not forgi t to bitog a c'- l





T IoteStrentna of mar ithat. U-.:. M K eni.

ms or OR e t todA. Maeyw "1 l-6h.U tt.n. "
election ,-early. Thea R setfs .. Chub"

NaW MAGAZINES oer a tc -ttdt "&,i ..,




It opening of tllthr mMX4 . t.


Mr. J. W. Dutton of Mascotte.
at the fcala House' yesterday.


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The Gneatest Event o Ye


SPRING MUSICAL FESTIVAL

Jacksonville, Florida, April 19 ad :

N. Y. SYIPNONY USI8EM
Codncted by the Famus laterprter of the WaMi rll


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WALTER AUA SU
Assisted by Gustaf Holmquist, base; Reed Mileer, tamW ) MI Certoo
Rider-Keleey, soprano; Nevada van der Veer, a".
FOUR CONCERTS: Monday matinee, er ;ohestalds MeI u e*t is-
colaneous; Tuesday matinee, artists' concert; Tuesday ig1l,. n "ra, Oh
Creation," with the Jacksonville Choral Seciety of 2M tmised veloes mIn
Now York Symphony Orchestra and soloist.
SEASON TICKETS $5. Make application now. Seats n Mnd ro-
tation. Address and make cheeks payable,
T. T. ELMORE, Jacksonville,' Florida.


Easter


Our Easter Goods


The stock is the Newem

the Prettiest and the

Best we have ever


... Carried


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We point with pride to

our Magnificent Line of

Ladies' Hats, Silk and Tin-

genrie Waists, Skirts, Neck3

and Waist Wear, Shoes and

Hosiery.

IN GENTLEUENS' WEAR
We have a Splendid Line of Shirts, Shoes,
Hats, Handkerchiefs, Collan aad Ties,
Etc., for Easter that cannot be equalled
in the state for the money.

Get Yout Meas.te

Taken by us for Your Spring Salt.
Wanaanaker & Brown Spring and Sam-
mer Samples now in. The poods and fit
ane guaranteed.
Every one is cordially invited to call
and see our Easter Goods now on display.


OCALA BAZAAR


F. P. GADSON, Pfr"lr


M*qs


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sead Boom& WIideS b OO
ow rn. ataa" "MW
- oo10 low51, Scwhaov.that


Oft ILmb as haOR

Eased- w .toheo ogasy tram-
Ku620 for the beset at the read

~ at te weuetr hein

eu edto theof olsetm or-to b
uIt wasi tbe~d tattwo dw,
U"16 ft n C b* dl'S, 400a&M


the eard for pto hav
bIat two elvrta under the hulile-
' icftu i'th- in 0 r Cro-
t lttr o I act.
r mmt to* fwas orisd that
3Iit4 BaNd Owaese Laciae, abe -
wred wto, wbth reelfa s to the
,ter at .Imtim tah ]AM1
throne the Coobrt place at Mar-
,ta CoISto Cm-ey -ap-r4
beIm tMhe -ear with reftreme to
tst. tOwm.lp -mam waUh
tira be ftrl ed ta aOB roke
oaee, tad ISoule thit th board
pm-16 the saw Th mater w as
r~md to Mr. Cuamw- to com-
omaimakis with the Wahlagtom a-
thotaA for beat rim to maW,
The ma rw arrea to Comins-
iomr Ma.r. at the l mt eetg
of tme boant wit l rfe n to the
bl i'w Marcay mae am" sot
of sa"- immemIed that the Vale-
MaB *ef lat *e of aok a. B -
mla' etuvi4 oam. t reduced front
0a4dec, the vltat oAm iodbe ear-
Thel u *r asfd pay rol, prop-
to dgamo by the tree laboremr to
the bears, otshowl amot dismbre-
hard road work for Road Omerseer
Lucius, which reports were exam-
ted by the board and approved.
Toa Collestor Carser fled Mi TO-
pat at poll collected ftl the
Mmth oat etw ary astowiew: x-
tran, U1; reMlaM, 144. Total,
$145. ,
. h, sofsowBc J,,tloma of the
p-eae ed their peprtia ahewlag no
Oidtaus for the. math of VebrW-
ary: 1 L. Hopkas Alexander
Wymne, W. W. Jacksn. Z. A. Mo-$
Clarea. T. L. JohMaoa. D. R. Let-
roe aid a L& SShortride.
The e. lowiag Jde. ti ofthe
pease Sled their repoita shown
Bee sad oestm lpeeid as folow:
W. M. Goer, e sis: oats,
stlP 5


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. W. ...le. 2.. osts, $1.7S.

-Joeph Baltf eout-ty -odge 'me,
.. Umea tor L A Carwy ledesb

... 1 to. a--..... 1411e.
P*. IS to 3-atate. ItS; county.
T. 3. Pasteur. county treasurer .
ad his report as toR:ow:


maladce....... ........... .M
Reeelvmd... ... ...... ....$1445.74
bhwssd..... ... ..... ... 1i .
Baace...... ...... ..... 5. .97
Ceouty Preper Fund
Received..... ... ... ... ....$ 77S.8
pI)sbhwed..... ... ... ... ... 48.81
Baman ...... ........ .... 1.
Resweld.... ...... ... .... .sml-
DtInuab ..... ... ... ... ... 1 .4AS
asedidt PFnd


aealiee..: ..... ... .......13a11
Baaam .... ... ... ... .......
Ttsttl rtaeapta^.. ,.. ... ...(r,44M.E
teest uleae.4.. .. .. ..... .5s.4
aLt. o had March 1. ..* M2M
Theim abing so father heb.o tahe
beard thereupon adjouirsed -t s a
aftt roguaer me-sar
George MaeKay, chairmn.
& T. Siabreamk Caqk.
thita n the mat dangerG.. ttain e
the year to catch cel. and it is the
hardest time to ueare It. If yea hael
ake a celd. a. w dese& of eOAaeW4
Itamtl-e oakh Yrrap wl actt ve"t
=a e asM ame -te prrof thCe a-
t. ell by drivbg it from the pa-
IeeM by a sense but ,nssoab e&imes at


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Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bufalo, N. YT'

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vegdyetrday bestar umb'
his', Ye. a lbtt dm ofes do
dotitog -were"iTra ffift. w
forn $p0, wom by *tho lev"W.Ua
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