-. sA~:- ~i4'~y
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R. D. FULLER
Office ()'er Miunroc & Chain
P.O. Box 46.
In Connection With the HotelI
Skilled workmen and routirteou
tentin nto all. Special attenti
HOT AND COLD WATER
R. A. DETTERICH. Proorie
City horses boarded by the n
or boarded and cared fur If de
Horses fed also by day or meal.
Horses and all domestic ar
Wteated. Thoroughly '(julpped
performing any operation.
Sclentiflc horseshoping done.
E P. GUERRAN, V.
Day Phone IRO Night Pho.
OCALA PRESSIK8 CLU
J. J. FORT. Proprietor
Pressed and Cleaned on Shor
tice and Delivered Promptly.
transient work not called for
days wil '-e sold for charges.
'3CNTML AUR GE
Rvoins 9. io andl iI,
Second F1-ior, Holder Bloc
L. F. BLALOCP
Office Over Commercial M
OfF.ce Hours--8 to 12 a. mn.; 1 to!
Charles D. Hulbert, M
Office Second Floor The Munrro
C'hambliss Dank Buil-lng. Or
Tl'phoncs: Offlee, ?2: Irnidenr
9-12 a. mn.. 2-4 p m.. 7:30-830 a
W. C. BLANCHAI
CONTRACTOR AND BUILD
the greatest threat sad M r loengcm.oe aes e o.a.
earth. Cough., coCs aaup. hea- s my a& the rteat a rir a
orrhagse and s" e ungse are snrey !saw t *heF -ez_ e MT-
cured by it. -Bet for Way Sever, grip Ma fa tA9l e .ntji .-
and whooping co gh. We a *$1. o- iLtmbn s
Trial bottle free. Gearanuteed by all Us w S i"3 S g
SUDDEN Oh THE SHOOT OpeM in 1t b of the TE COWIMt Y LUsUXME F
d r g is s ~n ly 25 ; sa l he"L^ s m l S -** ; ; ^ ' .
Darby Answered a Slow wvim a Sat hot_ YOUarmesI&atIn l
as an E*hA PeROS0 ReporA t ing: va*'ri *a
Vaidoeta. Ga, Martch 1-In a d- e I a41y 11 rI rihtJg" o ,
ulty over business asatters, in -whIchd Wfled iD with iodcrb apCrat TVo 8 6 a*C *a.
he lie and a blow were pensd. iW. L. 0nee SuicO snhAry. Ewte wa ow is an. Meoa -
Darby shot and fatally wounded 0. CLtr fans, dect*i *"m AI M t we=ht e(ew is &A Auler m ki
Moore, in the street here yesterday the r-alh tar.
morning, his victim dying tI the aft-t* b -W J anT
ernoon. Darby escaped for a tume, bigt W
later was caught hidlag benMeath somVe yuCSggcW gn C. Maaies of goo health M abot preet lk*
logs In a swamp two mfles aWay. _e___ nol-saest ego lettag theameaes get
Both men are we" known and well- s ead thea try to cm f. to a s-e
to-do and the tred and mstbesquest as, Se you. t ber a hdwim sal,
Schase of the slayer caed Intense e- aM IIP a hea a aett A -
citement here. Darby to Iow In tae w J. rPHILLIPS MU M "wat aed Alf, BAa
Toombs county Jail at Loes where I- a I Hetotioe seeves vevieaw g
he Wars take *hthe a mba I b %S~d a. St..... a6. hA M &amd tA
REAY F1 T ""'" l
DeIi- dsi h lei M-4ab Apply tI to he
N awnso. -ny
bliss Which Wiall Tear it to Tattims, is s* gam Ct.. Mo. March b t-M s- i l i Mr. Uti
se:ra Iwoceast pa*> sad freleW Ne
New TwiarnI g c eduls-.O a -we 'sm by muwdW" decisism ad.- a. SI
DA Lumber Ma:, Redou44edu yeedy dl udwe b a
-MePbrme. *irma Seagorop frSw the-
in4bbeenbpractical: .%' by the eltseS someds thu $a th kefi .t the ta otg
tariff framers, prtioMa of1 tite Wtwo-cent every stasI i state bi t
tartiff bill were sent to the anr asuo./ Jufa -ge het"e heM the agala t the
ment printer last night. it h esp t*SAF aws axes a at rbiun *
eN that by tonight the entire meassar u eA. Sa A ou --a mal
will he in type. appeal Sw* Ve n.al costly a. yo. aet -.
SAlthough no announcement has been a state fair heM at T steps R a medy at the pe
made by the house committee an ALL BLAOOISR TROUMLE uot, as stated hr tek a 'a afit proper remedy fo ar
k, ways and means regarding any of the ** display of r cF4e Is Pry a
S schedules of the tentative bill, It has Here Is a. preSerlptiM that anyone Aside tfom the citrusa a row a2e1 0 per ton e 13 i to %k
Ibeen learned on unqunaemale au- can mix at home. Any good prescrp- cial exhibits it was te br a
thority that as a ahm 1 to the ti psaaey cm n alwply the ig- *mSa to t te a At
lshoe men because of the I.tag.e a t se son"mUti dS at1.1 cost: belae knows what it
hides on the free list, the duty e eOMmil (
-hots will be considesry rsadmed. t
Steel Trust Will brftb -g
While no fcure wern oebItalmeae eft- at
guarding the steel scheb te. It was Vp= ta 1 thet i dei^ 2
said on the same authority, that a ap-e th e Sust tti "1th01 1p.-
substantial reduction In the duty em makes the emest Vital' or- rubsa-S t o @ -1
a12k fteel rails, tools and simear proeuts wCam rMi the bleed ad sytem of an S the i ngIU 0
is provided Tfor. wstW atter A-. aric acid whieh that the If )dra
CoWfee May be Mere Ceatly causes a-e* fe --ORa* hem.e . .
A luty of four cents a pound 0 Hers it It y It7f ye suffer. elected. I" pruO og thfis &
bp*m coffee la levied. This Is hb w ayo ef :w ddm-lehalf ,was.ves t thappsal a
compromise with the Pwere *lccas e: < O m: C wimO afonae ounaee ; gemt esut to Maiss togmtyB -tb5
who demanded a tax oe at eents a Coui p fia, three and the hia t
peund. .sces. __ae4k-no was bdn
h ahwe fwB A a bottlee Sa" take, l n-o> te e l1 no & *alm 1 00
Whisky and See. Uvdiasltgd-
fl~ nwteaspeoeul deses after each meal and tatv" at SfOWe meh awas
D. Whisky and beer will reatle as they at bedtime. o aee an.tt a '
are at present if the abea ittees rmw saerer oe tatt that and was oi evek
recommendations ae en nacted te law. one week's use shows curatia re- "Lomml as a ch Iatqe
It was felt that -whisky was aseady spits in msarly every ;Intaame. and whole tiae, drew a 1 ''
carrying all the- tax It couid staud. such symptoms. as tafte bak. ftre- ftom he aneam a P-es"
while in the case of beer tihe prohbi- quent desire to urtisate, pain is blad- are a e
e and tion movement threeghat thet coon-* der and even chronic rheumatlesm am tormd a e *
ala, try. It was explalaed, bad eat down generally revered within a few day. tie-,s were 111 e11 --'A-I t' .
th.- tonsumptlon of beer, and it was the pain and swelling dmindalashtig aae. Vstor Ita athtrt
e* 221 tdt that it would be a hardship to with eash dose. sad *Igs rteam: 'i
impose any further tas. P,! but not a cow. aedit 'r|as*.
It having beer manifest to the eo- AN IMPORTANT OCCASION moely oudeript1 sheDp sam ea
M.* mittee that the duties derived trom **-- of goats enstituted the live .e to e' B
--- customs under the new bill wwld enot Keel of the *aM Ip Plerie Laid at play. Why? KxmlteiA of ana o
produce the revenue Nupeoed* theo nbs Su YVrki M"1y Yard at previous 1*V woW meu iret Wl"
Turned to the azpedient et revivBg WaWSlsp a, March t.-Yesterday. kee p thel thao 1> loe- the aboio.
the war revenue act of 1S. whieb the ApM*vgess fit the histortec battle ships. danger a eipaimth w,-ta-
placed a tax on teeBspi hetweeg the Malter aMd the Merri- mech; stalls 95tt0it 14 t
hecrks playing cards and al r steaks ae, was dea4 be' the navy depart- ea atrla to hejoeeged bo'r
ER bought or sold. That feature of the ment as th* te fr laying the beel pronaes eMily bat MI
" vwar revenue act ain lacorpoatedn t0 t of the O-to battlesbip Piulda ,at inut be re 4a r .
measure, it i said. the New Tork navy yard. The event But I heart 1y e a1
May Urge aInheritanes Tax was attended with considerable cere- state hai sad a etawill t rpeptiai
A matter which stin is pmrpleuu ane under the supervision of Rear. f t It wen ue t ti1 *-si y wn''
the committee is that of placag a tax Admiral Goodrieb and Naval Con- spent Tamps ia Is place fr i
FlHa. on inheritances. President To want. sotr Baxler. and has. the feir z t -
-- it. It Is declared, and Is preaing the -- ness -m-"an*:S t M stee0 -ja
committee to take action along that F'YOU KNEW Ki "theat etsa the i1tte, bd
S line. Present indications are, It is The merits 4 the TeMs Weoder, yw & ou rt bldusM
Al said. that the committee will yield to woul e~ aier tr kidney blad premiums nai- C. CibIaB ,
ho h l.adets ..e. i y bk -
VJthF prt erid*ents w-ishes. did or rnMematic troublMe. $1 battle twi o
Lumber and Hide months treatmeent. Sold by druggists SIMPLE REIMEDY POR LA MIPPRI
Office* Acut of one-half in the duties on or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr. -
lumber and manufactures of lumber K. W. Hall, 2W2M .Olive street. St. Lagippe coughs ar danrous as
s at- 1.4 understo.Nl to be one of the changes LOWs$. MindeO they M ently develop _into puan-
Ur. to in. Owes~, 000";$6u.Th'arso-,
n to provided by the new tariff bill which aftr .to t2 bu t bomba M
Is being printed preparatory to its FOR ft3NT-A ve-roIn cottage. th 1 a s' 3
final revision by the republican met*- nice condition and well located on ustrenut s n-the page.so tham asm-
bers of the House ways and mesM Sout Ift h street. Apply to George ose Ssoe e re ha
committee. Another change that has P. Willmsm. 8-5-tt Uwe S6 sad T
been made, according to Inforoation uer-e-al dref ale s ita S a" b
from reliable sourMs, is that hide pakg B1 luteu. d
tr have been placed as e free Ito """
u ^.^ rn!?f NEEDS oNO>^^v ^ lWfh
There has been atmch coniestaio
over the duties ot til. two artileseF
and while none of the members' of the
committee will verify the eerrectness To T luoe Judge- AihMam r
of the reports, they are geemUally ac- fit-
cepted by those who have been fol- A
lowing the work of the committee PH. ICM< Marck I& fllalat3
During the heartie on the lumber f I W jIUn tor"ey i ta Ilw se ohe m 4re 09-t"d- 4
schedule the testimony was o sat h1 a ar Oil Cepany a t 1a"lal OWaw
character as to lead to the hapreloa 501a0, La d aceptausee rebat oOes ttra h
that lumber would be pVt on the free cao ad Altfta egfaa 8
month. lit." Such action was kows to have i ofl r ta .to aaVULla d 1lB
*sired. much support, It betag claimed that Bl, *M- toMdraeldaj ta a
the forests of the country would onely dera th antler t-hey iliM S
imals be conserved by adinittbsg fereige tMrther proof se-tillng heir BilSS
for lumber to ttifs country free of duty. M
Lumbenme Wat Higher Ouy Sabte-t J
Lumbermen havw been working en- tj.~ $155 Pl.. tof ocewic.y1 1 '*^t ^ '
ergetically to prevent the pla of 9ia Tellr tho. sht a l er ,eg8eb
lumber on the free Itot. They coon- e. 1 J Wjg '*4
* tnet"ha t*he re u**y shou fatt's M "Ul 3Sc ",o-..1'2W o te Chi-
ie an industry may compete with Can 55 3* ago and Alton. and Wiaggins
-- ting the documents in this way the
N NIGHT ON SA MOUNTAIN 6|ui hE H . . So f the "fEpanc REy'
JB On a lonely night Alex. Beam.. of *. n..U. Staadar 01 Comapay.
Fort Edward, N. T. climbed Bald, M If the gogeamsat eaa Swradh no
mountain to the home of a neighbor. f rther aloa aa be, 1 at>|rt of
goods tortured by asthata, beat ea g tis Www Its oaijla the tartg ,1
him with Dr. Ktag's New DIqoeerSI. : already l nater as weE ____________
tNo that had cured himself at ,has* I.- -*
All This wonderful medlcise seao Nitr*
ir 30 d and quickly sOnfed his bseihber.UUi /U W E I
Later It cured his eaen's wife ot a aa -*-The dumna t t' e-t
vere lung treble. Mlgos neve t*iM m i
AIRY .&?WZ UV~
Volume 14, No. 243.
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Cerll.I
Editors and Publishers.
C. L. DITTINGER, Editor
R R- iArARROLL usine Manager
STATEMENT OF CIVIC LEAGUE
Ax ofuflers of the* Civic LIAgae for
the year -nding April. 190, we beg to
submit th,- following report for the
twpwfit q*f the contributors:
Bal on hand April. 1909..... .$27.76
MImbershi. due (active)..... ..
M,.mtwrhip dues( honorary) ... 11.
Snn- Total..... ... ... ... ... ....$73.7
Yes. the almighty dollar controlled Watering trees cemetery walk.$ IM
the- convict leame. The majority of the P'o.tal .ards...................
vot,-rs in the state believe In law or or'r.iector........... .... ... 2.
no taxe-s and any me*aure that will 't;,a. Federation dues......... S...
s.(cui,- this gope---onscience ,cuts n", f R.-s
li (ur. in thi< matter with th f'.-ragpo Tr.e' ,h;ntmd at primary school 7.89
vote-r. If you wish to corrt'-t th -vil Tr.,.. panted o Springs drive. .t
you mu't e-urate tb p)ulcllr
up to that standard that lifts the- hn-
man above the brute, no matter If h. T.4tl disbursed.............
iN a on fvi,.t it is only fair t say the Thi left a balance of S4.71, which.
state- board, look this vi-w of it a ni l -u .on tribute to the primary schooll
acted. Th.- board leased th. convi-tns for the l.urpe of building a fenee
for another term "*r that th#- state r-v- ;.,rund the. playground. The Wo!eas's1
* nn.- rould have the teneliit ,f thi, o. ,tb ,.or.tinued the* work and gave the;
viat labor and in that way li-rmit tiht. l,r,<-A,-d of a special entertainment
present millage to r-main. II th i mountingg to $80.
board had taken -,th- r ,p:,.s tt rif tfly it i principal work done by the CIV-
did, had created state farm.s and in itc League was the sale of 90 Red I
that way made them self-supportlng; Cr,, stamps for the Federation to aid
and! utilized the extra labor on gooda in th e anti-tuberculosis campaign.
i,,ad.s and had tax,-.i the. stat, to th, Tlhis mon.-y was sent at once to tbhe
,xte'rt n- -.-sary to cr, at" th-'," farimn tr ..asurr. -Mr. Arthur 0. Cummer, .at
and the- additional ex[m'ns,- the gMI jh,.kGonville. i
roals would hav,'- eomt. you would Mrx. Wm. Hocker. Pres.
h:iv h,'ari f.such a hiowl of disalppro\val Mrs. D. X. Smith, Treas. '
KO up ;all N ,.r the '';ia' ta':t wo,,ild Irs. G. T. Maughs. Sec.
lave' rockedI- the a hairs m :irl uns',tttlh id
the minds of the rnam.beis of the state .MISS HATCHELL'S PORCH PARTY
Board It in a weaknAs.s of human na-* I P
tur. to th,-orizv and t-mip-iiize on thui Tuesday evening the broad piazza of
slightest prv-'-xt. -.p. -iilly v n'.n r-- th-,. Oklawaha Inn was the scene of a
forms ar.- na .-.,d I anl d vhi,',;I l I .n In" -,..t
ttituted. The officials of titi- public lie s (;rati. Hatchell. The piazza was
hav<- to fall back on ".1-ave wal4 scar.--ned in and by the artistic arrange-
aenough alon-" and lneve'r. until the I ment of.f-rns, flowers and rugs It had
shame b(ec'omles a ,positive disgrace to a very cosy appearance.
the people and the state. are th,-re- Miss Hatchell met her guests at the
rn-n wi and strong enoiugh in the stein, then punch and maccaroasI
rntam' ,f ;ns.-ience and humanity to were served to them by two pretty lit-
ea;l ;I halt That time has not qulte tc mni.sses. Francis LJddon and Etlel
corn.-, iut it is ne.arnrig Hayeraft. For several hours the ever
popular game of whist was played. The
Mrq. Ii W. Long. of M;ort.. mourn" tally tards were cunning girWs heads
the .atth of her .sit-r. Mr-. L. I. 1 'and the progressions were marked by
Curry. of Jacksonvill-., which sadd the tao little misses that served
event took place in that c-ity Saturday punch Miss Caro Liddon won the
Doce.ase-d suffered for a long time, but highest score among the girls and was
was Iati-nt iand resigned In her Chris- given the prize, a pretty hat pain. A
tian faith. A woman highly estee-med knife was given to Mr. Harry Palmer
for h.-r many virtu,-s and whose death for making the highest score among
is di-plo,rdil and mourneil by all who tht. boys.
kn-,w hrli MrN Curry wqis married In Assisted by her mother and Mrs. H.
March. Isf;4. and lost herr huhand the M. Hampton, the hostess served de-
following Noambehr. In th-- h.r.av.--i l init.,tu lobster salad on toast, olives,
ment that has coini, to Mrs. L.ong. she ;fnes, coffee and whipped cream.
has the .sympathy of h-r friends. Miss Hatchell had with her on this
Mr. J 11. Schro'-t,-r, orf tlih printing Mcliver. t'aro Liddon. Carrie Williams
machinery firm of J. H. .rlihroo-ter & Francis Afiderson, Anna MIxson. wlith
Bro.. Atlanta and Baltimore. was in McGuire and Messrs. Wheeler, Fitppent
town today and made the Star an ap- Frank Harris. Jr.. Robert Mathews,
pr-eciat--d call. lH, hos be.-n visiting Harry Palmer, C. R..Kreger. Otto Lah-
th-, lI.aIing tfownq I of the s att IIn til.- rih.. Ernest 'rook, Ardis Waterman,
inter-st ,of his firm and r,-plorts quite Howiard Waltprs, Leon Fishel. Jones
a natistfactory trade. Mr. S. had not and Parrish.
been In Ocala for some years and was!
more trian Ipal-aedl with tie inm ve- WEATHER FORECAS.
ments hf- has soen all around the-
town. Th.,- ,-ourthouse and- It, lawn Washington. D. C. March 10.-Fair
is what took his eye-. .'He said he had! tonight andThtrrday- much colder to-
not seen its equal in the state-. He night with light frost in north portion.
commended the sliArit of our officials
who made. it and keptIt na lautr. spot.! Judge W. S. Bullock, who returned
He- said its influence -walLbe* edulca- today from holding court at Tavares,
tional and a ge-ne-ration from now t-Lak county, said most of the term wa4
dozens of homes, not only in Ocala, consumed it hearing the murder ease
but over the, country, woutl by Its of A. T. Glover. the accused slayer of
well kept lawn nhow it. teaching and E. S. Rawls. The case was a mistrial.
I (et your Easter suit made at M.
IFlitor MaYn. the man who deos> li:shel & Son's. See our samples on
things with his PIens.a.ioa Journal, had' display.
to decline the honor of assisting Tom
J. Appleyard 4;f the Lake City Index, GLOBE HAS M'CALL PATTERNS
in editing thel St. Augustine Record
for a dlay during the- meeUng of the The Globe has secured the agency
State Press As-.ociallon in St. Aigus- in Ocala for the famous and popular
tine March 30tlh. so Editor Appleyard McCall patterns.' New styles now ia
has called in our Frank Harris. of the stock.
Banner. to even up the editorial dolu-
ble-tree on that occasion. The choice.
could not have fallen on abler should-
ers and we truse the Ocala editor will
b- there with all his spring fancy un-
T. J. McRae, the general merchan-
dise broker of Gainesville. was In
town today and speaking of the dif-
ferent towns of the state and their
condition, said Sanford to him was a
revelation. That all the growers were.
in the wildst of harvesting their crop
and were getting good prices for sane.
The fever was on everybody and spoke
of an old "auntIe" who was ovet.rflowing
with joy. because on a lot 100 feet
square back of her quartters she had
had harvested $175 worth. Reader. do
you wonder at their celery enthusiasm.
C. A. Tremere. an enthusiastic Elk
from Hele-lview and one who wears
formidable horns, was in town last
night and attended the lodge meeting.
He was a guest of the Montezuma.
Cows Invaded and depredated Dr. J.
W. Hood's new lawn last night. The
green grass is mighty tempting to bo-
vines these days.
George Stein, the angel of comm*.ree.
returned this morning from a visit to
his house. Carter. Webster & C'o.. Hal-
timore. manufacturers of all kind's of
feminine garments. While there he
xpterienc'ed the terrific snow '.torm
that put that country under a blanket
for a day. He also exte-'ldedl hi.s visit
to northeastern Pennsylvania. ti set-
his aged grandmother. who is In her
Captain Jack Crawford was one of
the attractions and drawing cards at
the Orlando chautauqua. Captain Jack
is pleasantly remembered in Oeala.
where he entertained our people dt-
The strawberry season around Lake-
land is th,' best they have had in many
year. The season willU last into April.
Present prices. 36 cents to 40 cents a
R. H. Sanders of Dunnellon, drove
up behind his spanking team of pan-
ies last night. He is said to have the
fastest and most untiring pair of
ponles in the Etate and "Bob" Is de-
ELECTION OF OFFICER
FOR HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
The annual meeting of the Marion
County Hospital AeoelatiUo for the
election of officers will be held at 4:09
p. m. March 13. 1909. at the hospital.
All contributing member are urged
to be present to hear reports of of oi-
cers and to participate In th e siness
that may come before the meeting.
D. S. Woodrow, President.
Attest: W. V. Newum, Secretary.
Ocala, Fla.. Feb. 25, 190.
People's. the Cosmopolitan. Smith's
and the Blue Book for April, just In
at the Ocala News Co.
Signature CSf 44
Call and get acquainted at the Com-
',er< i-i Barbershop. You will be
treat<'d with courtesy there.
We have a splendid light-weight
Iit. irritation of Panama in material
;mnld shape. Also straw hats to suit
aim ist any fancy. The H. B. Masters
WANTED-A middle aged woman
of n-at appearance and good char-
act' r to cook and do general house-
S,.rk. G;ood wages and home to the
ri-'ht perron. Answer by mail, stat-
.n; salary expected and accomplish-
TORNADO'URO A TO"I
KTis* wind twb
Mimy Wegmudedat Selinky, -Ark.
Brinkley. Ark. March 1,-Thirty or
more lives were snued out. sity peo-
ple were Injured sad property estimat-
ed to be worth me miom 4dears was
destroyed as a result to the tornado
which wrecked this little city last
aight. Of the known dead 14 are white
The tonavdo hovered about the city
only a few minutes but Its work of
destructi@a was complete, The Reman
Catholic church, standing directly
the path of the stom, al escaped
damage or destruetio and tands to-
night a grim seathel o a scene of
desolation. Main stet ad Cypress
avenue, the two prIa tlal thoeogh-
fares of the tow, are M w itpamabhle
and plied hgh with wreckage f.nm
end to end.
FIRE AT ORANGE CITY
DeLand. March u 1.-Fire late yester-
day afternoon destroyed eight build-
Iags In Orange City. The blase start-
ed from a kereae 4l stove in the
kitchen of the Hi ra ,ma and semo
spread to the d.N.e*Ors adjeltag, *.
stroying the resideem a store. then
jumping across the street to the city
hall which together with the Sperry
House, occupied by Miss Massie. were
destroyed. The adjoining store build-
Ing was also burned.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo,
Lucas County. as.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he Is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doang business tn the
city of Toledo, county and state afore-
said, and that said frm will pai the
sum of ONE IHUCNfti D DOLLARS
for each and every ease of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hairs Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presence, this Gth day of De-
cember, A. D. 18L.
A. W. Gleason. Notary Public.
allt's Catarrh Cure' la taken Inter-
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mumeous surfaces of the system.
Send for testlmoMlais free.
F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, 0.
Sold by all druggists, 7Te. Take
Hairs Family Pilts for com tltotnm.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
Several comfortable rooms arranged
for housekeeping, third floor Star
building. Apply at Star office.
STRAW HATS FOR COS FQ lOYS
We have the latest shapes an straw
hate for college boys, green beads and
green brim edges, also brown and
black bands and brim edges. Some-
thing novel sad right up to date. The
H. B. Masters Co.
Ten years experience. References,
any must teacher aIn Ocala, say
music house tn Jacksoville. Phone
29. A. M. La-fdw elty 14--tf
HORSES ALMOST GIVEN AWAY
A few more horses for sale by the
Tompkins, Cobb Company, which will
be closed out at figures that wll comn-
pel buyers to take note of the tact.
Toma Cobb & Company.
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
A Fay-Sholes typewriter, good as
new, In perfect order, for sale cheap
for cash, or on monthly payments. In-
quire at this office.
One of Ooala's beat boarding houses.
If you want something good to eat and
large, well ventiated rooms to sleep
In: bath room, both eity and weU wa-
ter. Fo particulars call on or ad-
dress, Mrs. efIaer, No. 34 North Maie
Fort Myers .t orgaanisag the largest
orange packing house ta Florida.
All prsserhptms fled at the Anti-
Momopoly Drusstore are Sled by
drugs and chemicals guaranteed under
the Pure Food Law. They use 'Squibbe
chemical Amaiantfe No. 76; also
Park Davis & Co.'s laboratory drug
none equal, guarnatee No. s. Always
the b the mett
The latest shapes In yachting straw
hats for boys, young men and middle-
aged men. Different widths in brims
and several different heights In crown.
The best line we have ever shown In
this popular hat. The H. B. Masters
Prof. E. 0. Routtahn. the United
States tuberculosis expert, will be In
Ocala March 19th and give an exhibit
and lecture on this terrible plague;
how to prevent and cure it.
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS
I receive every day from Crystal
River choice oysters, both Inside and
Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water fish
and mullet I can give you the best
in fish any oysters, fresh and prompt-
ly delivered. Phone 219 city market;
second stall om the lest. 1--tft
W.ALIAM 1u. KAMl.
This is the most dangerous time of
the year to catch cold, and It is the
hardest time to cure It If you should
tftl -ow'A m km Adm o 11~hm%.m U~f
OYSTER t AT ELK CAPS
PaP try ...... ... .... ......**',
Half fty ...... ... .... ..... f
Milk Stew .... ... ... ..... ... Me.
Plain Stew .... ..................e.
Dosen raw .... .... .......... rec.
Half-dosen raw .............. l1e.
At any hour from 6 a. m. to 1t p. m
every day in the week. "Opposite .
C. L passenger deoot.
is out of order. You go to bed In a
bad humor and get up with a bad taste
In your mouth. To wYu ant somthi
to stimulate your liver. Just try
Herbine, the liver regulator. A pet-
tive cure for eopstlpatlim. dlspepeia,
and all liver cotuplainta MrL. F---, It.
Worth. Texas, writes: "Have in&
Herblne In my famiy for yeam.
Words caa' express what I think
about IL. everybody ta my houehmld
Is happy sad well, and we .owe t to
Herb"ine. Sold by the Anti-Mosopoly
GOLD BRAET LOT
trn nt.-. C. E. Foy. Port Inglis, Flor-- Utae a cO, w doseW m oL ennv TUYesterday morngr ti returning
:d.. 3-6-tf Laxative Cough- Syrup will act very hoMe fratu e rth Min AM |sma
promptly. Its laxative principle cure lost a ge bracelet between the
When in a hurry for a shave or hair the cold by driving It from the sys- our ar the P tei an
cut come to the Commercial Barber- tem by a gentle but natural action at chuth. The er will be Itbeallly
shop. the bowel Children especially ike awarded by retwgsg the same to
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup, a Miss Mi S at her home on South
How can any person risk taking It tastes so good. nearly like maple Th tee--t
some unknown sought remedy when Dus. It e sold y the Ant-Monopoy -
Fokv's Honey and Tar costs them no Drigstoe. "My three ear ld by was ea
morP It is a safe remedy, contains Pn LOST Oonstipated, had a h ever and was
no harmful drugs, and cures the most in an awful ,ndu-1 .' I gave him
obstinate coughs and colds. Why ex- On the streets of Ocala an agate two doses of alus Orioe lmxatlve
clal stmps which the law rGuawe-to
be affxed to every package t of rti-
tser oer4 tr satle t this stats, k-
dicstem a oWpedigt actert is
the etMecy ao tbbs dpaat. In
the last two years smy eas st
imrass' wWoth. mWie o these Usaamm
table eaG is wsta st mmt
as shlew ts. the huh ..atMear -
that a stomp asM r a
.PaaM eMit Nbe e am ed 4 M w -
s" er W. eandied pou.b but
vli the tmag ." .li-
ft me -t m o m t.
hrom tg-mAes. And, ab the-
law this thi c hm haM sM abbM i
accomig e to aft"e bees osIbys
erm- amt am revmns ha e a"s -w
Barey r ses ea the n m
have hat beeas dmlh lms Sm t
martat *a the -Gtown.
I1 ethA O ar bn BsheB ot ta"s hAN
peortat depwrmt a a- a a
may be ObsMVL The smfarJ- |
letLawe a more weebge.!-t, 10
now a seat ae weB en ia..
IN WOWCAL IRCLW
Sedueed maw "M IAe0,U00
With the New YTk. Sypfmnmya Or-
Paring with Walter aoRk-fto. all
soleats of 110m0n6m -so
make their t aae -
sOvI. "l. Thoew
Mider.Kelemy. a ll am
d Veer. emmcltbo M a lm" -a IM-,t
ptrai t wth Waitr "c ttle a
and .oI a SpN.. aW
wite have t reatme a t ue m -as
them psissi a TMV phrM* ^ga l
Iona. Ohis, PbMA*Wer a
ing the vecal taets r. Mr. Xin iP
let. His techUaqge hfsIty sm t-
most superbuomam BM e tIsMM*t ef
tire pages of sisteath anl tMlty-
second notes with remarkable asM
land breadth of voice. And what is
rarer, he sang witl such fervr that
his Innumerable recltat ve Ma the
pathos of melody. oaw manMw W
tenors cas do thatt
of the taluett egMd bW. te -
amovle eChioma -tity -a t6iM
merve to Me ai sall Ie s at MSLt
appreciate that U teval .
the greatest u tied -etb t *4106-
templated in the ste's nMtrepel0 .
The demand for tickets has assume
large proportions, and society all over
the state evinces great interest in the
event. The railroads have consented
to grand reduced railroad rates to
Jacksonville. All applations for
tickets should be accoapMSale& b
fund---5 for the series, addressed to
the secretary, Mr. T. T. iamore, Jack-
FIRST CLA APERMHANOlMS
I have opened oi Ocala .aw or
htigh-elas Meagi .gl-i Atj
and it I m dmy re toiv a M-
mate oan evety .palatg ad. paW-
hanging Job that is to be dema hI
Ocala. I have the best paMttl Jm
the south atd I hdle the M t Ia"
most up to date It e at oaier, m>
laps, sk abterie goo ad M rt Ata
tlung both .imported a 4d n06n1U. e
the market anda y antWesde *e-
tions are up to date I have aiSe a
special of Interior work fr y Mears
can suit any one. I make the t.
cloth and pictorial, aiso all ma at
signs, gold leaf and sN ra stpe-
elalty. Ladles dedltg to make ai-
lections oft papes without the trouble
of goifg up town will be tmrernptly
waited on at any time they desire at
their bome with a complete fUe at
samples. JAt drep m nqa car4 with
the time you deIre to see thm and
you will be waited tm pemptly. All
out of town worti promptly dao* ad1
No. 19 Uort *Kw- "ern.
One of ttkp stet aismoinnom
lean Destie mosths Mig Ioe. a ata'
ed to a mbsate, a even.-ipemtasM
.nevwr ~l or -d. wt 7W Wok
mother or detar' on ft thlm. Tw
stoie and p..eP. Ask H. W. T*eeer
to show thm to y....
FIRE WOOO-FMRE WOOD
We have a large apy s t fre wO
both pine asnd aiik mlab ad st
leor 0. 04 an *Maee or rm.
detver bth ne e t fty oWe
*ake 1 .pelatt a jo o d
CA-t MAKN DILY.
We hate t j w e e seC.
auk a specialtyy of jab wttL Pham
aw ftb &
insA ph w w 11s o
meo. The smat Isis*
3,. ~ a frofte wow.~
kAura ft Mr. IS AOv00
Ifor no me has come hrWaa wdth
ithe Idea that he could take his plas1
-and Mr. MCIln Is noit nAmNidac
Ithe honor and tutbestove M as bb
Iand is natnurani wiy hepw tia be
r may pursuWthe lW M at 4
r Se restnes, a"d waebb the
"vMAW Sty. *aam,
- o 0-IN Ithe1 advi li
entered thawn ism t w woma.
Vi" ~ hke b
Edthe 1 ~ams bee s-peeia
Aftr OW hetfte A&
Veha fbt b at e~a
is 171-heusre hpRa
34mw, c~eis Thlm 1
Up fahis greMuat.e M3
m~e hethe e. sI*S
Aflther hi"$mathe~ eath 4Lhe ew5
Floirida beW kwis 18tohb
1J'm In is" AI ks eoiule-,Ao
bow aftt h rdesM to1.No
wef e ;Wur
* -*7 ~---.-.* ,~ ~*-. -.
- A- *., ~
-. 7 ~
g-iddle cakes, rc
Made from Royal G
Eagles meet tonight.
R-.dl Mn meet tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet P'rtday evening.
circuit court convenes Monday at
U-<1 C('ra Plasters for lame backs,
aZ.c ut the Postoffice Drugstore.
M..r. 1). S. Woodrow returned today
foim Jacksaonville and Savannah.
FOR AL'--A fine 'Veler plano.
Abe Itrowvn. Ocala. 2-8-tf
, IDr. P Bergin. of McIntosh, dined at
the," Montezuma today.
I'- I'lank' <'hill Tonic. GuaraU -
.Mr. Z. '. ('hambll paid a business
Sisit t, .Mi Intosh today.
PI elcrlption4 filled accurately and
dl-livred by the Pomtoffiee Drugstore.
Mr :end .Mrs. H. W. Itobarts are In
thi.- ity from Ozdona.
1 .*t uij jneamure you for your spring
sutit today. M. FiShel & Son.
Thir.se wr 2, arrivals at the Ocala
1 1,,,e y,'st-rday.
Where i it? "
V'here, i. wlht?
Why. the a' inemrefl\ Barberhaop.
The Eourt .Plharmaey received a
.-hiprm,'nt of iris tdAy) as far am we
know, the flri to reach the city.
If .,our hair istafilng. call at the
'immer'ial JBarbershop. 3-9-6t
Every inch of cloth
gptlpan's taulirs, j.
New York and Chic
abutely pure wool
Not one inch of cotton
new ALL WOOL
And this se=on the
ever. If you want
quality Clothes at a
you can't do better
the old reliab.
My prices are low
garment, or better
NO FIT -o-
LET US MEA
MI iticpated aS eOWdiy me was the
dmwant six hof -di to v en yes-
terday by Mlsf DeosM Melver, at her
baettui hmeaf is hemor -at her bus.
a .d's rth. il eu- t e a few days -S
V^ W, H W .r-- b0,Mte Mr -.
p& this happy ocokast, a- whe al had
SA.r-I d the traow l was, a Jol.ly. ..
S" I mthet wlta the stver and cut A- t a" as o. + "a -
b. f. M tm w O.white 1I ne .... weft gi
agn centered wit a ata ca t Claps Tame 0 C4lt the,
SDed with dogwoboseoms. w asin- JIt .Inm a + .
do" wele. Bouquets orf violnet d* so 14,61i
the pretty place cards. Seated at the Pee agN "" 0"
wk Derr Mr. and Mrs. Mclrer, Mr. l Li ran
.9 -. -l"Melat eahg. Mr. and Mrm E T. Iip iM -g eAK U f
Si Struank Mrand M. R. P. ,Rentz. O M -y
SPwMr. and Mrs. W. P. UdwarMds r. and- le shW.
CMO.Alf Owen. A delicious and ele- namtoSnu^ H
6ant wsas coMue ev was senrv ed. at-
ter which the maen enjoyed a smoke on
pa ta-d the ladies retired to the
Mr. & MW haa Melver be the hon- S
macy for t pst year, let today for wish of his ny last night r the
his old home n meas. t ldot l dbactrdw
has many friends bm3here, wr CHRIMTINOILS*- COMPANY orw a
ways be glad to welcome the a He AT TH ARMORY TONIGHT
will probably help the 0cOl .
their baball team ti: .
Try an electrics ea I- tVw
that headache. Come te
shop. that -P*o:. ., .to .e a
nK49 en one.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Haguo e da h "ARY AOCIATION MEETING
sonville and Mr. and Mrs.w .&IL lieeep -
of Lynchbutg, Va., who haee been ,vis A A meeting of the Ibrar A ocla- ae sPrimt heisa
Iting Mr. and Mrs. T. M1 11gclp.*4 I cl to be held at the library tsti.omopoiy
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brklw s, left today o
for M *t a oC MaaSm.i*e -. ', teto attend owropringsrla .
ft" "s aMrs. .,dwa-a* -
We aft thoroughly r d dplre- to p a..... ..n l ed at a meet u.-. -
It. T rd ti IEm O of O lNUS, who is r ft. Po.o it l wm is t, e.. . ..
*" :iuiJR s..s.40 l is ?.r ^eap- Colea xa., a fltandsG TaggAtRy
Mr M-^aL^Arti j~i~ilW.JL tn *nd selection from Methodlst et leretet alitt Al a
Perry, of Atlanta, two ee plant mien onur pclarise ao sercin styles og i
ar*e stopping at the Florida House-. .thi sraw hats. Whe them for the Junior at th eolW Oci a
No .t.. .: n, middi aged sad elVderly men _Comme amei. X0 Barnett isa s a ad at times $he
Now Is tha e to i H ,B trCpa of Rev. a"d Mrs. K. l Brnett, of this saVily lively. peitr w.he.
do. We have all kinds f garde . city. -atp a w w as o .
Reed for fta planting. Td C FLOWER WAN1 ED we ivee ,. th hh st
^ rw^ 'l'-+ *wyfcn* _P r. ad x Brad'ord C Webb, of made the I.ike ..n.. --yr- .. /+. a
Mr. W. 0. WnlHaia, ot ofine, It Is the wish of the officers of the eE;Indrichk, eae dewn ter y- aft. At the cl'os
Is stopping at the Florida House this ;as gauhterr to appropriately erM________ __utas_______ i
week advertial g the we ll kawt RetI' mernorate the death of MissR Emily
cross iver medicine and se
You are Invited to attend our p a truat all who come will bring
opening.of.talor made lothin.. -'Ne
.ishela Son. Come mndasA
its you can. -. D rO .AKIN UP
Mr. J. H. DIcklnson. a railroad con- A fOne bird dog hans been- taken up
tractor from Virginia. spent the day by Mr. A. 0. 3atesm -Owner ean ha : 5 .SCEW CAi AT i.
at s by calling o Mr .Gates. an JAWa_ M1 16..rrar. V-4
Lake Weir. .. 'I i se s mw be I an
tMr. J. T. I cCullu m of Tampa. is.at aewer to theow ",n--, --Wh"preed of
the ocala House. .onfeuson Ofaeiothf d iiChrist plaea in 0 NU
Space the same evening. t.. at o "entSy ar frea' s onac oW-e end o th porh I'vt1i
A1-- % l.ef r. ," ..e d --s, ey bene, t- _--u _wa served to the gUs oet W.t'-i
5WANTED sa-" h" "f .... r.-ed. Miss Care Lisaea sa- i^^3j^.. -l "
a nd. .. lc .lo se....S. .gold..alat. tht e .ai-,
S. ing's Deah.tebs ha- an ur- Dr. 'G.cdt 'oM .a e o- ,
a ponst r a babp y locatrgged onak delit htfl l acbeen oa lst r i-ea0 pa,
".. .1L. b'd"eW -a fmsr ee-k waim. eAU
-timetoa-lpk wiesr to. ,'- _--4~ata
tainmets. Wie d stam ping or em- at tihe O#s x Re; h-. x% o p ***ft "I.;
bes7 Phone S. 3. 24-9-td .len.isS rdo t h e t 1uvAe.
A large, Vell sedt residence with
l-bll W? te so' (~ .e-will, a.
. l, "" -----:--- I MENaW PANAMA HATS .* -*-***- ^ ^
y. :: :: ., . .,NEW PANAMA AT Mr. A. Bawls, lessee of th state M - .
aour new prin a victa. me down last night from rmba pmeaw*
w l mm of --,! 4, "t .... ,- The. -,,a",, q,--- I... e. an Is . a .oViS ',fo.th
el and. NeaOn-sbk the -" .. ,Third h tstreethoo the a O m e --
WE T A n I tylesa and a- ane M s. "Street. recently vacated by Mr. r. +M. Ltry the
haeso su tesadp & Ab mrY h t ount. -*- tr and family. I
L.a BOOKofea t1 "I2U ---, -.-- o -
rC f.o.y l .. ..-.. .. : o ..... i. r -t-
pac--e2s m Levw 4 f r d 4- ,o p, o .r .h pa, is i' h ..
O rA "..'o -.s a a yr-.. %.Air=.... ..*. ..
.o f e. d ,*a. c l ,b.and _Jh-__--_. -___- *. A b, ..... "
SUaR aYOU*tmo mo. 6eorgac. t is one lo.te oIe it.
S. M "e-OTu ilba atIed cataloge -l J --da-y to.- .he t-at. ao "+ .-ms l a .*.
M P i s rhow we teach banter trade ~ I n re c asa -a .-. .t are ", .- "
Se weel- .-me ad m t aied r. -oler Barber. se adcs -h.. .... eJs--. --lm&so 0M64 te 7~ to 1*.1
le.Atlanta Ga&3- lk4t set hiam 1. us *um..- IVa. *.-o.. Owe i9I- 9. "
at or '^ a nhos house, -na o( guet d ten. xtix the @ -m S ^' tf
HE rum *l i el dtdiobet Nemlon. the bright.ns Pet ald Mnal Mjiel a--
'IYelioU, of T O a, i has orned hof e _ _ _ __ A f rt' boli' J9
I e s bta te v i otn Mr. and lMrs to take V We tme C lt ah r fo i
rer for the "m< 1 MC Msu A sampie. an Plebi ^ te eu-.
garment forahaimomi lint I. e e of A. J. ioree ow Saot sate WeI. K. A. L
top ~ ises. l
AWO forb r led a&state Club andowith the Abe Brown. d -1-21
-, .~ 1-
I WNDSOR HUSOsso ~'TEL W.T m
visal su"idto a "W rao prae aa
STHOMAS M. WILSON.-n M . O ft r ~nt M, W _.ana ._ *
l I A RSEST and BEST TAI o I IA M i a -* p. :-.
Theote acolmues nery b ft* M-
l\,. ,\-ll l I I L .L wr"t,, Ie s- "*M i, s a".s ^ W
n~ r g. ease. 11 00 .,
"-Is An alysis -8-1- 0 J' ts. .m poue o. eei .
Leadit Vhiesaclermawh i' n. a
Lagie- sat a t cath3llAS k
lWcarrc by a first lss hou ose o ti"s bua 1 U. .... -- . .-
ttles f- the factories, and always im st l fe wry s-ae psr M imeM Insrbu to ton.Ts tomalcpmOf 1W*b sg at *. .. 1 a'
We cam save you mosey .on ye.r p..a., =.be y pi* a boic a.id .. w wi. .. .lue per ton a'............ I s t
Ageib fof mos t te tblan til e M mi, 0 ol 1 o s at ses,,sh fia .. ,,e,. To tnmiWS t e ..w V,^ .
wagaos a bawgg es. 4T ma. t 5 a oe te. hr esseso
.s iem oS ae r S" ofe Relablewo ,U02a r a aUse f N.u .,byaquab o 6_ s u"
.. .. A20 .ti t W by-.Z .B. ia tt oM teh an- P.h fntA Re... A" n ,! nimS, s kS4 0 S1
Banat.s"nSaddles, ,tapnRobes, Whip jsd anMons e Ir oem *T. e *. of otbdA- ,*..
-carri e r it r be the number offirst-class houseioflthislblot.l N-fN foie WN W
fom the fatores, and always Is 2".ata, ifyI-t is s1i.ma.. _-, ,_.ply secto a m o
enough of each mw f material at haw a- od si atmou pe ...at.40
low. ..e.st pries. to smuep iv the, etaabe Ir d l- r m e --G adbagg lg ....l -.
We can save -Voe money on yer a a ee, t pb.spori c o d welae Value per tn ...... .......IM
large rd ptao s Star Ham, Armour pork ph eata per cett o avibe phophorc.
Saufasage, Cabbageacad.TRutabaga, Trnp Bwt, h asrUe tem t o4wedby Um" uAwt
Ageents for most Po e. I th Pes, pithe aI uthe aat ofesopu "-uEsD sa ,a_ t .-- -It Ita l.'
wage Pd. E DbWgAa= id. Teskad the qiy of rawea * *d*d ** o b*an.
Phone it rkL material needed to suppy epr- s- L i
.m a__ t of th_ e Ing edi nts dei rted aloo t
KNIvuG & ,U.ANG vhe m o-,,, ges-O -
Pas The stock is te Nto aewest.-
bElaaeds ofW pids atf teraw M_
t .H i nrv'- /.:"- AcM,_ ...it. .1 W Is,*qual .:"t. ft," te"
uWestern Beef, Veate, Florida Stal o d& wk& ** .. a
est we ave e ;... a acid ph...hate giv.
Muttn, Ar i o r s Su tarHam, Armo-r's Pork I erme t ava.bable phosphodc-
ft ofnetn CC* 1 3 e- a s*run.ft.
..CEDr amd *. ti. t tuas Os. The
t kwaein m e ianie
We pont w1ith priAde t::ss as st we me
our Magnificent Line of s-- ---l 3 per cerntt at"-rSgi e
.. "... T.. ,-_ ....a. o **..a. : --vm Aam .. |:..*l
.h to t .t he r u: 0- a0de es b
gene Waists, Skirts. NecISk k ndw e
and Waist Wear, Shes and, e"- 'ai.... _ spous-o ,
..... P.h sps -f... *a* .. ....-
-^6 o* A Y aLm .
the Prettiest anIIh ..... __. i
ihT rM ias uf AD 1 ..... ...... 1'm 1. s* I*1a 1
II5 16M U U~I r-IU16MUiP W91U HoNw fa~t hke o AmmWplof a jGifven "a 4v c n~thIWa'~i
to MU7emmv..fra tnwt IIU140 ft"w OK PIMIAw $
We have aSplend id Line.o 9,1,S Kw~smmrmxet U5 ~ .e~g~a
U" "e n" 1MA ustlb ORM ador w___
Haft, Handkerchiefs, Collars A"'- Ties, vm"mbkeMEatuain"a"
Muue- f Uu fEs0MOMIMorl of mu-- can Of um
Etc., for Easter that cannot be eqmsamled :z.scor h w Imp is or ade dimethaafts"
fin the state for the Imoney.- O NOMpmm %Iee e4.M f~ p~t~' ~n
* .4 ~.A*
. ,. '
The Grteate1 illEventaso0 b"bus
000*0 the w'a er atI&M te "
SPRING MUSICAL FESTIVALe -Ma WWI& ~ m t
Ys TiSYhI'NONYMSflUldM, ec~lb1pa-o mbr rthe 'a~Ulbmamao -
coadicted by t lk mun litu pee 1thu ets bP -"'- bWitWO 4i ml -
of asy 9Laublhsr. ~ --
WALTER $AUNol".'~ E ~
Assisted by as Kf ohlsiskqasuIf" f4 lit, 'Am., .
Rider.Kelsey,. Opr101 NOvdhV*" dt VOR dw b'alft- . -.- Iem
FOUR CONCIERhM: day mahtstnfesedued 'N;Ue.t'ja* uds ~t-W'
co laneous; Tuesday meatifso., rtis'oerneh- "eya~~T"sU6004 PNOW atthme te w
Creation." with the Jacksonville, "oreli ocity of 9 mWNW_ t MW eer d all o asinnethe*Wa=e Iw
Now York Symphony Orchestra aftd eigs nbmio&W lpl't~e soimle" and the oth-
SEASON TICKETS $L. Make applioation new. 'lSaab menimWin mre- er ep ulbsduiced In by people
The lda. -..V z z I