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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 03 11, 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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Volume ID: VID03112
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Volume 14. No. 244.

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Second F floor. Holder Block,



Dental Surgeon
Ofk* Over Comwercal Bad
Phone 211
Office Hour--8 to 12 a. m.L 1 teop.m.

Charles D. Hulbert, M. D.

BoUef~palhl Physicisa
and SEWrg".
offlce- Second Floor The Munroe and
Chamblisa Bank Building, Ocala, -
Tel.jholl-n-s: Offlee. 2??2; Residenco, 21i
Office Hour*
9-12 a. m.. -4 p. min.. 7:30-520 .


Plans furnished
on application.


Montezuma Barbershop

In Connection With the Hotel Offo..
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tentio nto all. Special attention to

R. A. DETTERICH. Promrie



City hor-es boarded by the month,
or boarded and cared for If desired.
Horsex fed also by day or meal.
Horses and all domestic animals
treated. Thoroughly "quipped for
performing any operation.
Scientific horseshoeing done.

Day Phone 10M Night Phone 195

J. J. FORT, Proprietor
Rates reasonable-All goods
I'r-..,'l and Cleaned on Short No-
tice and Delivered Promptly. All
transient work not called 3c
davi wii I-e sold for charges.


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ant and the Rn' wa.sfltd. Had you
been there you would have felt good.
Wllaon Green.
There was qufte a ufrwd at Mr. sad
Mrs. Alf Proctrs en ft. to eeele-
brute Mr. T'hunman, and hia
little nephew, CiNao Ui" Wbs irthe
days. Ther were r aIa nuber to
partake orf the gad e ag.
A party of yougfolka. from here
and Charter Oak w Elcbet-
berger cave last a-dmby afternoon and
reported a fane .t .
There was a re the McOosbe
leg ttait Meeday I VDg while so-
beg out lgs. T train ra over
a cow. kBed her andW OMW three col-
od mea f tess tho -tre -1 kOng
S and severely wous-mt the oth-
ers. It is probable that they wll Alfe
Mrs. J. C. Perry at this place, who
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In'the Opials of a Usies Ve wag
sM the n ssAneftNaase ase at
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(New TYt W.i. Larcb h )
Nerve-racked, hvyei, e l
managed to set back lat MahMt fe
Wahington, the Capiol City, whe
in its tweaty-fouf hews tof Isaitlse
and -*augaratlan. 'ad hbsea Ple"
of bysterim, pusa.mna at habu
drinking, rather thm n seme of an
Impressive cereaMbao
Pew who retuerod had ee any-
thing of the lIaugural. A M-n I Ow
had speat many jrMIw -Mte
Washington. they had empraaemd
nothing but uspeem, to NsfbS 0 at
sleep, lack of !edL they
knew of a parade boo htat
the ,wspapers.
lig W of N"l.. MWtM
Bat all h bad ms to IsU of a uaht
of noise amt drakes 1me a hby"t"r-
Ical womea: e restauasmt waiters who
would serve a. tod aMd of aemid
officials who could or would give o
hope of releL .
Civilians earmb back UESVed a"d
dejected. Mes who betmseM t a
Ws ok bead dge*wwift
litleal chlus, efto I *e-m nd1
travel s.MT mI! se le
am ang heielv b a A M mvS
were too. far gone to M am y f-t Ia
the thAigs that Sa cree nar Om-
Military Competimlea mist of h r-
g ry. MM tru Ikeh" g I
they hadI jus 4walU n mielves et
of a battle Jiea M I a sila
pated N a rm) a4 1111 .
That was what eo tat woiw-aStedit
gentleman. wearit a Orat Army
button t mo. h e Ms vamjog"t ON S
nWastngrtoo Wae wax n lste at
Jersey City. he wnn ashd what hid
happened Wt -WM
Do you man a Ye rda er AfY
years ago?" he a-e. 1 aWa t; atbe-
cause one tim We About aa hwt aa
another. The i*a a#I saw Wsbt-
Ington I was a.way boa a t
battle natumber k n. I I d to chet it
between anotherRt n the am an-
other night aIn that Vale sBaton at
Washiagle s 'h Wb h" l3est eight
I would takse Ba ML There was
lesstort red ag the bate a talaee
danger, too with Dr. gss. N hae ratte
the number kod at ts M6, but Its
probably wonder 't touch eth number
of pe"Umala Cases that will grow
out of this latest ma .ma

On and lonely se ight AA. BIonb. of
For it wared N t elbod B aMd
mountain to t* sis' ea eeghber
tortured by asthre a. beat sa eula
him with Dr. Kats Mow Disebveiy,
that had c e h lmm tl oft aeta.
This vonderfal atodlae seem reliwv-
ed and quickly en A his eolghbor.
Later it cured hbb ams wsle of a se-
vere lung trouble. : beleve Its
the greatest throat aa d oag ewe oN
orrhages andt ae' i -are sualy"
cured by It. Bet otr am Ser, grip
and whooptg eagh. -es, adS IL
Trial bottle free. OGaranteed .by all

A led WWrek Mo oeb e Leg

Editor Star: T, will remember
your offer or lprlarto ppupls of our
school for tl u tlhredb eaet gradings:
first. three dollarslaseeoad, two dol-
lars: third, one ys&pe sub criptems to
the Starr I
Those entitled to the above are:
first, Mary 8aow measwo 9 : asenad,
Janie May Perry, aerage 91; third,
Gertrude w, av 3 ""
we were vei y asir havM ..the
length of our term cat a. two months
by the decisleo of t pme court.,
and hope r tIltoIrW. D Car
Will help u. Wrtre raising funds
for thle purchase a new ogan tfor
our school. A number of sial gath-
erings, at which hae beem served
cream, coffee mat -ase boa teach-
eons, have elded aa ea er
at Satuuiry
Mr. aufus Perry pmoWeda at the froee-
era, Aureis t W an WhnMe Ofimes
ively, sad te y ta t the comrn
amity td hg t tse maete. of
dainty imohns heahared with the
charming maidens *- IBu pre-
pared them. The eafel .mea pleas-


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Open int the lobby of the

Offes the very best service of
killed ,workmen with modern ap-
phiac& Strictly sanitary. Elec-
tric fans, electric massag
vmCMr DTTST ICbo. Manager.

18- .6a dir,

A disgaMgd over the wies of the
Westua s leVs Teleraph Company
y slerimy "-efn1oon gave the Infor-
malke that the terrific storm of sleet
ad s aw that swept over the northern
tates at the time of the Taft Ian--
satiesam was being repeated. As a
CemmeImW the telegraph and tele-
phone Maes wore down, traffic serious-
ly Impeded ad M aiaess suffering.
ats. of 0b City or f Toledo,.
Laem Consat. as.
Vrak J. Chber make .oath that
he Is N mor Prter SC the frm of F.
J. Chemer a C.. deat bminess in the
city of Tledo, eseoty and state afore-
said. and that said mu will pay the
'ar each and every case of Catarrh
that annot be cured by the use of
Halrs Catarth Care.
aFkL J. Cheney.
ii ime a 2 au d -No FuAed
In eao.mWi., t. W th 6of be-
A. M. flmemo. Notay PIble.
Hara camt.r Cumi Is kien tater-
asll. and aetne 4reetly em the bood
samd ave u sarfaes of the system
Sad tor testimalae free.
P. J. Cheaey r Co, Toledo, 0.
SoUI by sa4ll d-onl- 75c. Take
airs aslfy Pbfi for constipation.

U0100Ma. 1.a1410, Ma1rch 11- th Bry-

c in' t a.laW t atsp r of Wl-t
h-yas, W yatetday wanted
Ta re Ms a W iaM Leavirst. hett
911ef410- RignuporpL
Mrs eaim sa- her mother ap-
peased in oa corai of tudgeo Cnooh,
amd beo* abd that VLeavitt had not
contrjaufad a. the Appdrt of his wief.
There ame diesa. Mrs. Leavitt
Was pgaated the eta'tody of the two

ahOaId e IStuded by every parent. If
year chid IS nervous, fretful, starts
Ja its astf pasty faced, has rtlags
Uader tb aWhe, always seems hungry.
Is not ga0~ reighlt, yoa ean be sure
oae tiaOb t warms. White's Cream
Vworal Is a asheoitte care for
wau. Is Its owa purgtlve. Sold
by the Aatlimeapoly Drugstore.

Chieag, March 11.-Judge Ander-
on has decided to Instruct the jury
In theb tandrd Oif cae to find the
cempmay at galty.
ThiIs the re-trital of the came In
whkh a o of 9 tM.4M.. was as-
semed ag*"st the Standard Oil com-
pany for alleged rebates.

Poley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any essay of Ridney or bladder trouble
flhat Is not beyond the reach of medl-
cew. Curms backache and Irregu-
laies that it aglected might result
In, Bright' deae o diabetes. Sold
by all drulsts.
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Mr. P. PCaratbeo' Utle soea Wl;
lard. has bees quite serimls f stc
erysalpelas, but we are glad to report
that under Dr. Wood't akital t
m nnt he Is in a fair wa to speedy
recovery. -
At a school election held In this
place Saturday last, Mesrs. H. A.
Martin, H. 0. Collier asd J. T. La-
%P!gne were chosen trustees for the
ensuing term, and a speeial school
tax of 3 mills was voted
Rev. J. T. PShdlps preseahed very ae-
ce-rtable sermons at the Methodistl
church Saturday am Sunday, these
being his regular appotments. LThe
i4stor drove up to gammneroeld and
preached there In the afternoon, re-
turning home at night.
Quarterly conference for this cr-
cuit will be held at Oxford Methodist
church. A.badesg the Srat fuaday In
April and Frday and Saturday be-
fore. Dinner on the groabda Satur-

has many obstructions, hut noqo so
dewrte* rwwhaHL .b Qmm tm.4

Thomas Pendel, Whe was 0n of fh
Body Guards of Pemident
Washington, March 1L-Thomas.
Pendel, who was one of the bodiy
guards of President Uncoln during
his term of oflee, ~n" who has sl*ae
'beeo aa employee of the White House.
die at his home a this ity yster-
Pedlel was well k1a1n to practl-
ary every ae ia Was.b.ts and'
="am. representatives a&. ihel-
m.b of tistton throughout tho coun-
try because of his connection with the
executive mansion.
Pendel was 84 years of age and had
held his position at the White House
for forty-five years.

-. V". '. ..W W-,.
taetts et the t. W
weold never softer ln Idmey bad-
dr or lbe"umati table. $1 bottle two
umenthe treatmeL Sd bya.f d.
or by mumL Saotfr S0st paeibsn D
I. Vw. mall, U Ov It t4
Le M

Caught Lo on .th e r'" by the
Inauguration Wsmaw They Un-
loaded em 4.B WMB v^rs
New York, March 1, -The New:
York Ticoket Specag ew Amadlsth e,
held a joffleaesati || YMea|
afternoon In the cl at *o. SM
West 4Srd trt, a b th
president. George Dn Bm afa owt
certIficates of homorabe- to a
score or more members *ho lavested
prac tcaHy their tnatire. ank rolls In
stand privileges at Waphington. and
who. in spite of the weather and the
change of the inauguration program,
escaped with but Uttle of no Seos.
Several days before PrdpMoat Taft's
Inauguration ffty ofet POG O
went to Wan -tao -
about PW -ft kaad Wile se a",
eholcd eoats aleo the of the par-
ade. ey Paid a sU e e-
pected to map -0 to f 1t e4 each
seat. -
When the storm elede began'to
gather on Wednesday efi-S' Ja-
cobs, one of the eIase0s, eU1d a coun-
cil of war. Aa a rTetbeors dd-
night "the bow hadr as of met
of the stand tickets to the hotels,
practically at cost.
They sent a wire to the wholesale
Jobbers t this city. and ever. thou
sand pairs of rubbers ad a lot of urn-
brefts wwft ehippef to WasgtoN
Wednesday, n.'t pm L. The
umibrella eoa taw e tors about
28 cents apieme and ao far fWem s
center to$L Th7 -hbe m comt .S
cen* tsa pair, wtohis a b n -ireaht
as high aa $s witk as cbae> of sow.
John Maloy bogea up Oathe empty
boxes In town. blred a wages sag ada
them Io persons to Mali OI. Max
Jaceb, a speculate, who et mm-
ey on grand s0A sa% was freed
to sell $3 seats for M ceals. The osly
profitable sale he made was that ofat a
pair of seats to twos men -from eeth
America. who had never seen snow
before In their lIve. Jacobus over*
heard them talking aad a1d them two
sets for $15 to see the spow 61l.
Max Wolf was oaght th a bNadi'
of tickets good for seats the treas-
ury stand and these he ell for from
ten cents to halt a doelar! KWd" Wel-
ler scurried around, bought up several
hundred program for $2.0 a hundred
and sold then for ten cents api ce.
Lefty Robtas was the hero of the
meeting yesterday. Robles In New
York sells tickets in ftret of the
American Theater and is known as a
hustler. Thrday morning when the
storm broke. n t went to the cir-
culation department of a Washing-
ton newspaper and bought a thouseat
papers at sixty cents a hitadred. In-
stead of selling the papers for the
news, he went through the stands,
where thousands-r ere awtid to aft on
the wet, lcy stands and sold the pa-
pers for five cents each. He made
enough to pay all expenses.

Is out of order. You go to bed in a
bad hum t and get up with a had taste
In your mouth. Tou want sme IMag
to stimulate your liver. Jet try
Herblne, the iter regulator. A posi-
tive cure for constipation, dyapepela,
and all liver cemrptlnts Mrs. F.-, Ft.
Worth. Temaa writes: "Sae used
Herbine In my family for *years.
Words can't express what I thiak
about It. EL, ybody In my househOld
is happy and well, and we owa It to
Herbine." Bold by th* Anti-Monopoly

Mr. and Mrs. Janmet Ralaey, aftert
a visit of several days with the fam-
ily of L P. Ralaey, of oar town, left
for Leesbuig a tuday. -
Dr. Joo. C. Sailth hasa disposed of
his drug business to Mr. Joe C. Ball
and Dr. 0. W. Wood. Success to
them in their venture.
Quite a goodly number of our peo-
ple were in Sumtervllle last Monday
March 1, in attendance on the meet-
ing to discuss the proposal to move
the Sumter county court house away
from Bumtervlle.
Mr. O. Id Stunan, after a few days'
bout with fever, Is again eat on the
streets, we are glsa to say.
We are glad tOb say that the several
serious cases or scnesa In our sesdat
are all convalsent, ant sre expected
to be quite reeseredr In abort time.

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The King's Daughters rl ser-
vice held this morning at the Meth-
odist church in memory of M30 Emily
Tatham was well attUeded. The King's
Daughters In this artbUisare dif-
ferent from most ay ether society, in
that they never fail to mark the death
of one of their members by such ex-
ercises. All the members wore' the
purple ribbon, the emblem of their or-
der. and the seats were simIlarly
marked. Flowers and wreaths were
present in abundance and they, too.
were tied with a purple ribbon. Mrs.
Winston and Mrs. T. H. Johnson sngs
beautifully. The president, Mrs. C. L.
Bittinger, mpde an address, which by
special request of those present will
be published. Mrs. H. C. Packham also'
spoke, while Mrs. Jake Brown, Mrs.
George Davis and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt
read appropriate selections. Mrs. R.
H. Barnett made a most beautiful and
touching prayer. After the memorial
exercises, which were very effective.
Mrs. D. M. Smith and Mrs. C. L. Bit-
tinger took the floral contributions and
went with them to Greenwood ceme-m
tery, where they were placed on the
grave of this sainted woman, a friend
of mankind and brute cratlo.

The Woman's Club will hold its
usual Friday afternoon social with the
10 cent tea attachment. Dr. Van H od
will be one of the attractions in a
talk on "Files and Mosquitoes" and
the menace they are to the health of
a community by Invading our homes
and our kitchee.and dIntlg room&, A
full attendance ofmembers is desired,
also the public Is cordially Invited,
which Includes the sanitary coinsittee
of the city council. The subject com-
mends Itself and Dr. Van Hood is pre-
pared to tell you all about the serious
proposition as he bhaa4 iten the u
Ject much thodtgt add study. frdk`t
hygenc standpoint. FllU up the club
rooms and get health pointers and
how to retain It.

Quincy Peacock. the up-to-date edi-
tor of the Dunnellon Advocate, whose
presence in the city was noted yes-
terday, said, in making a pleasant call
on the Star. that he and Mrs. Pea-
cock and their precious baby would
attend the Press Association meeting
at St. Augustine March 30th. That is
right. The only way to make these
meetings a success and a benefit is
for every editor in the state to be
present and participate in the discus-
sions of the meetings.

Lou F. Beauchamp, "everybody's
friend." the thinker who makes -you
laugh, the humorist who makes you
think, will appear at the armory under
the auspices of the local lyceum man-
agement Thursday, March 18th. Seats
will be on sale at thi Ocala News Co.
Tuesday morning. Mr. BeXa, hamp is
the most popular lecturer touay in the
country. It Is doubtful if any man on
the platform causes as much laughter
in an evening as does Mr. Beauchamp,
yet all the time he Is teaching truths
that send hbq auditors out Into the
world better men and women, deter-
mined to do pore than ever to bring,
sunshine and song into the lives of.
those with whom they come in con-
tact. Go to hear him t.nd enjoy life
for an hour and a halt.

The following boys are contestants
for Dr. Booser's praise corn: Emmett
Stevens, Hrmer Luffman, Sparr; Li-
onel Reynolds, Willie Jennings, An-
gus Carter, Clark Tounge, Henry Gat-
rell. Louis Jennings, Engene Joy, Fair-
field; Arthur Rou, m laud Rou, Red-
dick; B. B. Beck. Berlin, Winfred
Scott, Fairfleld; Horace Holly, Mon-
tague; Leland Alken, Navis Lantier,
Raymond Sanders, Dutton Holder,
Blltchton; Earl Phillips, James Sand-
ers. Rufus Williams, Blitcbton: David
S. White. Citma: Harry E. Woodward.,
Cotton Plant; Alfred Harrlson, Cotton

Among the arrivals at the Monte-
suma yesterday afternoon were W. M.
Greenllef, Floral City; H. H. Pette-
way. Homosassa; Mrs. Bertha Varut
and Mrs. J. W. Fleming, O'Brien; W.
I. Lowry, Homosasa;: T. W. Simp-
son, Martel: B. H. Bridges, Coleman;
Mrs. E. '. Barganler and Mrs. Anna
Lindsey, of Dunnellon. The last nam-
* ed ladies have Just returned from At-
lanta, where they made a purchase of
an elegant stock of spring mihhier.
Mr. M. Fisbel is back from his trip
to Washingtom, where he witnessed
the inaugural ceremonies and the
worst blissard for years. He also
Journeyed to New York and .ati-
more, where he purchased a hand-
some line of spring goods.

J. H. Hill. the popular and success-
ful manager of the Rents commissary
at Fort McCoy, was in town today on
his way to Levon to visit Mrs. Hill.
He will have Mrs. Hill join him as
soon as he can find a house. He said
the big new mill would be put In op-
eration in a few days. That the mem-
bership of the W. 0. W. camp is se-
cured for that place and are Just
awaiting Sovereign Dame's presence
to institute the same. The editor of
.the Star has an invitation to be pres-
ent on that date.

The automobile parade in Orlando
Wednesday was a most beautiful
sight Over sixty cars participated.
all elaborately decorated. 8. E. and
Marion Ives received first prise, a sil-
ver loving cup. J. N. Giles won second
prize, a blue ribbon. After the par-
ade came the races of the country
club. The Orlando horses which par-
ticipated in the Marion County Fair
races were entered. In thle 2:18 heat
Tiny Bird won the first heat and Lady
Lou won the second, third and fourth
heats. Time. 1:47%. In the 2:20

""^- '"^T SWEPT SY A SY
Tbe Christine. G I Reeital mcom- EPTr.___ A
pony drew a. afu hboue at the armory Town of Cuthbert Oevasette and
Ist night and their excellent pro-
gram was greatly enjoyed, because Sever Lives Lest
every member of the company is an Atlanta., March 11.-With the con-
artist in his or heb respective line. pleted death roll o'f Sunday nlght's
The following persons instituted Arkansas tornado Just eating In and
the pwrsonel of the company. vire the tail end of the Arkansas storm
Miss Christine Giles, sopnme and vie- which slipped across Alabama ad
tlantt: Miss Evelyn Le*hs, redr, and south Georgia yesterday, set is me-
Mr. Leoa Batehldder, 9dut aM piccolo. tion a death count for the latter two
states. This count was ten, Ave ne-
Se ]tte-Folr O LuciaD1 LTlnielmoo r groes killed nla Cuthbert. Ga., and three
iS t I L Lammemoor whites and two negoes drowned at
(Doeieti)--Flate, Violin and ano Montgomery. he tter de are a
Reading. A Midight Court--ship s erY. The latter deaths are a
(Pbelpe)-Mlas Lewi. p toult of high watem totoiww a ,e-
FIlute Soo. "M.~tish shoes" (De-icord rain fatl for the pX tw ity
Carlo)-Mr. PBatchelder. ars.
Walts song.?r;wnpsht" (Wau)-MIsL' reCuming GA, Sus w&or that a
Gwi son. I tornado ploughed through mes ot
Dramatic reading, seletted-Mss Lew- tmbr, farm yards and vas able prop-
- rty in that vicinity besides destroy-
Peo solo. "Brd of araeIng half a dozen faram r's homes and
(Meyur)-Mr. Batchelder. souingly injuring a young man ad a
Serenade. with violin obligato Go- young wo n. Haf Mie
nod)-Miss Giles. Cuthbert's Las a Half Million
Breeding, (a) Unele Remus and the 'uthbert Ga., reports the damage
Telephon (Hfarrts). (b) A hrlst-h at half a million dollars, and Mayor
m"l Convermtaion (bStanton) Miss D. A. MePherson Issued an appeal tor
t ). eaid. Nearly half at the main obias
AM t.. block of Cuthbert was
"Thou Brilliant Bird," from "La Perle bloct of C et ws dern le'
du Brisli" (David)-Mis sGiles, Mt 9 very store on Depot street wM as
Lewis. Mr. Sutchelder. i down, fling the street wl e Of0
wMr. Bateetdr.h playing was wayd brick and timbers. Homele ess peus
Mr. Bateelder's playing was way. wandered though the town searching
above the average on his Inri-trum.nts waner tough the town erehing
abd the accompaniment t b ." for household possessions which the
..a. the acmpanimen by-M~s% ind had scattered for blocks in all
Giles on the piano were good. directions.
Miss Lewis' readings were a suc-1 reactions.
cese. Th "Quaker Courtship" was NOTICE TO PEOPLE OF OCALA
ft1 art and her "White Swan" wasi NOTICE TO PEOPLE OF OCALA

dramatically effective, while in the!
rendition of "tncle Remus and the It is thi wish of the sanitary com-
Telephone" .%he was humorous, and' irttni- of the city council to keep
"A Christmas Conversation" was home O ala in a thorough sanitary condition
folks down to perfection. A .neat little as po ssible at all times, but especially
encore number was "Billy 'Possum." during the spring and summer months,
Miss Giles' singing was (ndon d en- and we ask the cooperation of the
chanting, her high notes and accord people of the entire city in this work.
with flute wap perfect and the ap- The sanitary inspector has been in-
plause given her testified that she strutted to enforce all laws pertaining
touched 'the human, in our natures. It to this department, and we ask every-
Was all to the good; Manager Allen one to report to the inspector or chair-
Bridges is to be congratulPt'd on the man of the committee any irregulari-
eveellent charaser of the troupes and ties or non-compliance with ordlnane4
programs they *have rendered during! when same wil be promptly acted on.
the season's .curse. They have all E. T. Helvenston.
beein clever, inusing, entertaining., H. C. Jones.
Instructive and elevating and the corn- T. B. Snyder.
munity is the better for having enjoy-
ed them and none more so than that of I eS EIR HO USE
last night. jjeoUMK HOUSE
Miss Giles L r. statuesque beauty. O, f Ocala's best boarding houses.
tall, graceful, with winsome smile iif you want something good to eat and
and Ralph Bingham drew a prize in if you want sVmthitn good to eatad
.the matrimonial market when he. s- lrge. well ventilated rooms to sleep
cured her consent to be Mrs Bingham. In; bath room, both city and well wa-
St,'r. For particulars call on or ad-
dress. Mrs. LeSuer. No. 36 North Maia

The special sermon tonight will be GLOBE HAS M'CALL PATTERNS
illustrated by the use of a large chart.
The topic. "Entering the Kingdom." The Globe has secured the agency
ought to prove very interesting. Y-s- In Ocala for the famous and popular
terday, during the heavy rain, the McCall patterns. New styles now In
tent was examined and not a leak stock.
could be found anywhere. This was |
due to the fact that the cover hall ELECTION OF OFFICERS
been paraffined. The place and fur-7 FOR HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
nalhings are perfectly dry and no one
need hesitate to attend for fear of The annual meeting of the Marion
dampness. County Hospital Assoelation for the
election of officers will be held at 4:23
We have a splendid light-weight t. m. March 13, 1909, at the hospital.
hat. Imitation of Panama In material' All contributing mepubers are urged
and shape. Also straw hats to suit to be present to hear reports of offt-
almost any fancy. The H. B. Masters cers and to participate In the business
Cetpy. ' Ithat may come before the meeting.
SD. S. Woodrow, President.
WANTED-A middle. aged woman; Attost: W. V. Newsom. Secretary.
of neat appearance .ana good char- Oadla, Fla., Fele 25. 1909.
acter'to cook and do general hous-- IL- --
work. Good wages and home to the CATTLE FOR SALE
right eron. Answer by mail. stat-
ing sAlt expected and accomplish- A portion of a dairy herd consisting
ments. C. E. Foy, Port Inglis, Flor- of a good bull and several helfers,
ida. 3 -6-tF' yearlings and calves. A bargain if
I ; old at once. See or write, J. H. Brin-
"My three year old boy was badly son. 2-3-d4twlt
constipated, had a high fever and. was
In an awful condition. I gave him ROOMg FOR HOUSEKEEPING
two doses of Poley's Orino Laxative Several mfortable rooms arrange
and the neftt morning the fever was,, o f tl-r eaag
gone and he was entirely well. Fo- for housekeeping. third floor Star
ley' Orino Laxative saved his life. building. Apply at Star e.
A. Wolkush, Casimer, Wis." Sold by STRAW HATS FOR COLLEGE BOYS
all druggists. ,TA. HAS. O.COLEE ..

When in a hurry for a shave or hair
cut come to the Commercial Barber-

This Is the most dangerous time of
thq year to catch cold, a id it is the
hardest time to cure It. If you should
take a cold, a few doses of Kennedy's
Laxative Cough Syrup will act very
promptly. Its laxative principle cures
the cold by driving it from the sys -
tem by a gentle but natural' action of
the bowels. Children especially like
W n 'Ma rfq tw .

F we have the latest shapes in sraw
hats for college boys, green bands and
green brim edges, also brown ad
black bands and brim edges. Some-
thing novel and right up to date. The
H. B. Masters Co.

Tablets. Druggists refund money if It
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa-
ture ts on each box. 25 cents.


.uIneyua Lxatiive Cuug Yup, asI ) Ten years experience. References,
It tastes so good, nearly like maple iany music teacher .In Ocala, any
sugar. It is sold by the Anti-Monopoly music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
Drugstore. 296. A. M. Lansford, city 1-8-tf

i. C. Davis & Co., of JacksonvilTe, ELECTRIC SMOOTHING IRON*,
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired. One of the greatest conveniences
about the house is one of those Amer-
AU prescriptions filled at the Anti- lean Electric Smoothing Irons. Heat-
Monopoly Drugstore are filled by ed in a minute, an even temperature,
drugs and chemicals guaranteed under never soiled or smoked. Get your wife,
the Pure Food Law. They use Squibbs' mother or sister one of them. Two
chemicals, guarantee No. 75; also sizes and pt Izes. Ask H. W. Tucker
Parke Davis & Co.'s laboratory drugs, to show them to you.
none equal, guarantee No. 6. Always
the best, the motto. FIRE WOOD-F;RE WOOD
Get your ater t ade at We have a large swppy of fire wood,
Fshel ou 's. See our samples on both pine and oak. replace and stove
iayleee our pl o ngths. Good seasoned wood.
display.. -. ... .... ... .....f





and Wednesday

15, 1 an 17.

cdvlivered. cash. Call at factory or
'PHONE 170-Geo. GILES & CO,

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


We have opened a shop -at C. J.
Wearer's. No. 31 North Third street,
where we are fully equipped with the
tools, material and knowledge to do all
kinds of cabinet making, window and
Door screens and all kinds of carpen-
t,-r work. both new and repairing. We
make a specialty of Job wofr. Phone
177. We will be pleased to call and
Give you prices If you will phone or
i 'write %. Respectfully,.

Am y pqftft

Dr P~ r l" W .

Malm amm



starative a.
As a soothng and stre-ngtheing aerr-
be~~~ ~~ 0but rsrpin is un~uale4
a"d Is invaluable WIaftllaySandsubo.
Lining rm ervn fctmblity, Urls~ality,
in~TiiSexhirnen, nvon pusbtion,
Neural"la, puirlmw -mSL Vitus's
- alo. S14 herb L Demous
%Fm; od wpook dimo of1-the
INmUIt mdu m iho *a-- an
"of SNO -Vl am At&eOl tme
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I have opened in Ocala a shop for
high-class paperianging and palating
and it Is my desire to give an esti-
mate on every pkinting and paper-
hanigng Job that Is to be done In
Ocala. I have the best paper man In
the south and I handle the finest and
most up to date line of paper, bur-
laps, silk fabric goods and imitation
tiling, both Imported and domestic on
the market and my interior decora-
tions are up to date I have made a
special of Interior work for years and
can suit. any one. I make the best
cloth and pictorial, also all classes of
signs, gold leaf and gilding a spe-
cialty. Ladies desiring to make se-
lections of papers without the trouble
of going up town will be promptly
waited on at anytime they desire at
their home with o. poplete lune of
saniple. sTat p4nse a ,carip .ith
the tfm o de sep tim and
ou witll be.wa aiQ on pro0m11v y. All
out of to"w work done and
solc Ited. epecttuiyd
X 0 Antdy" tey.
lP King Avenue.

Rev. Joseph H..,Fisperman. Salis-
bury, N. C., who is the author of sev-
eral books write e "For several years
I was afflicted,- ith kidney trouble
and last winter I was suddenly strick-
en with a severe pain in my kidneys
and was confined to bed eight days
unable to get up without. assistance.
My urine cop4iten-
inent and. edking
day p.a niht. t eo taking
V*)eas f1dney Remedy, and the..pafn
grabia *aated sad nly ceased
and'mtiy ttle bbecmeandfnal. I eheer-

ad A *
Frank Gadsohas Inm his new Ester
goods. The display of ladles' Easter
hats, trimmings, lingerie shirt waists,
silk waists, skirts,. eti. Is one of the
best In the country and just as late
and up to date as it can be. A splen-
did stock of men's turnis4ags in the
new Easter styles also ready for dis-
play. Gadeon is always up to date.
See his goods before making any pur-
chases. 3-l-tf


IMd* Neems Pills
The great nerve and brain restore
tive for men and women. produces
strth and vitality, builds up the
system and renws' the normal vigor.
For hale by druggists or by mail, $1
per box, 9 boxes for $5. Sold by the
Anti-Monopot3 Drugstore.
A -
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 on the lest. 1-20-tf

How can any person risk taking
some unknown cought remedy when
Foley's Honey and Tar costs them no
more It Is a safe remedy, contains
no harmful drugs, and cures the most
obstinate coughs and colds. Why ex-
periment with your health? Insist
upon having the genuine Fbley's Hon-)1
ey and Tar. Sold by all druggists.

WANTED-A reliable boy to look
after office and keep 'shop with the
expectation of learning trade. Apply
to J. W. Akin, Box 185. 2-23-St
The best known pills and the best
pills made are DeWitt's Little Early
Riers. They are small, easy to take,
gentle and certain and are sold by the
Anti-Mosopoly Drugstore.

FOR SALB--ggs from thorough-
bred barred Plymouth Rocks, $1 for
15. $S for,0. Mrs. W. R. Dreher,
Mianooy. Fla. -l-tt.


hMt. Gi. IF dr
Mie aMt lt

WsrN. ne wisn teri
tMr s. eb I a .S
4enjoyable MrA whal
i 4t of geogator,

or ate s and e ie

AeiA r y bons .T.iU. S- A
York weas present and ae

ben no Maloo fior y ad
ofthat the state ba ig d

workers have tur.eG thlei'-,M
frma tempence work to he 4-e..
toW. f S.Ee~

prayng that i th e ear W ;
wla be no need wfa
clety in a. Flore d. aa -
por.Oed wtera tst I maw

omperne whatreset ad bei .
the minds and hr to th w. o
fsor a a grea"t.Vv to ee
the no tloWsk t or years a

pie In the co.he Alaty bama lady ta

been ng for s oalda Irs and aw
that the state has gon dry tr
workers have turned thoir -' ms ds
from temperance wrklittle town tet
tMon o. A. Of areemW iS
praying that unday n Shady oe vt
will be no eedll Smit a ad wife
city in all Flor untida. Ctr In ell
Thmagine werehat a gueadl of M. a
the minds and. Their many e lafer
pwere in thee ommeIty at lo e "Am.

thMr. ant beed dMrs. am s, Put .t._ e-
comit-g for "Florida Is sales dnr^ -.^

Mrs. were t thtle t te.
City Sunday aad returned MeBa46w-
Miss Emily Schleshwce, .*b -as

Ashworth, returned to her, bboa 6s&
Tenneoee Sunday. .e maw hrieft

regreOaks last week. Th le r m wer
visitor to our little town Raturday
and Sunday as the gmet et of Mwa
Irene Thompoon. ;- V -'
Mrs. J. A. FreemAn aa d.BM&W1
spent Sunday In Shady Grove vietti-
Ing relatives.
Mr. Bill Smith and wife aad t,
children, of Oxford, speat Saturday
and Sunday until train I& Bele leW.
They were guests of Mr. Wad Msa.
Ike Nichols. Their many -(hissa
were glad to see thm .nt our =ndNt,
Mr. and Mrs. Ptank let, of tie*
vor.. were shbppifg tI nthe aftr ,-4
oaks last week. Their ftde-siweI
glad to see them ou ow- steits eIO

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The ladies of the pDIe held'a
enjoyable and very sweesaitl e
tainment and sup ter at the'i_
house on Thursday night, Marh
The following prograin was gle
Duet, Misse Ethel sat Cla
uaha "Baracole.",.
Solo Mr. John Ff,%
by the Sea" .
Solo, Miss Carrie Adams, -,a
ing "
Recitation, Errol Beed, -CaitI
Solo,- Mr. Frank Adams, "L6ve
and the World is Mie."
Solo, Miss Grace Wi6Mn,
Night, Little Girt, Good NlS4t."
Every number on the pr~Oa
Mi ely rendered and re-ev d gseu
applause. 3Mr. Fabian In respe
to an encore sang "The Little, T
die Bed" in, a most pleasing as
At the conclusion of the prugn
bountiful supper, such as i t
South Lake Weir ladies know hi
prepare, was served. A lJamh
the north sl4e brought ovw, a
of -ax young people. A very I
some sum was realsed to be (
to the fund for improve0Ments
bbhool house.
Mrs . Warren, of Jaeliv
to visiting Mrs. E. At. Ricker.
The mother of Mrs. Arthur A
d'ed very suddenly last week it
home in Candler.
Mrs. R. McConathy, of Ocala&
her sister. Mrs. Thomas Smith
nleee, Miss Elizabeth Smith,
Bardstown, Ky.. were guests e1
Pleasant Hills House a feor days
News was received the: past
et the sudden death Ino Gaiesvl
Mrs. Louis Roux, formerly Miss
rah McMahan. and daughter a
late Rev. J. A. McMahan of il. |
Mrs. E. A. Rieker, who" heb
building a house it Jacn s nteS.
soon remove there and makes
place her home.
Mr. M. S. Carnahan shipped his
fine hunting dogs to his sa
home in Pleasantville, Pa, by eat
on Tuesday.
Orange trees are blooming ft
melons are up and looking well.
everything is looking favorable 1
prosperous season
Mr. E. Lehman has an erage
which has a crop of oraages on it
ripe from the June blooma et
year, another crop of green o-
September bloom, and is now 4
with bloom for this year's erj..


of good health Whou M prevent o-
ness instead of letting th'newive -g
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Marion Realty


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- Eight Room Houwe, remodeled and
improvements put in, good ten
Five Iloom Cottage located in b
all improvements and large
good.terms, prioe-...........
Large Lot 110 x 200 feet located
Oiklawaha avenue., price ....
Small Cottage, Jocrted near Public
Building, price .---.......

4 City Lots fo
Most be Sold

Wanted House

Want to Handle You
Look after and CoIIe

Wanted Some Small Tenoen


To Invest at Goeo

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Every inch of cloth ued by
gentleman's tailors, J. L. T
New York and Chicago
absolutely pure wool ony.

Not one inch of cotton w


ever. If you want real
quality Clotes at a very
you can't do better thau pi
the old reliable,



My prices are lower fo
garment, or better garme





The c.ty's new street sweeper has' In s|
been shipped Lrom the factory and ye&.$
will be here in use in a few days. ir A-
A boy's Crescent bicycle, coaster T1he
brake, new wheel. but has old handle- and, t
bars, stolen from my porch night ot party
March loth. $5 reward for its return. ule thu
Mrs. M. C. Looney. 3-11-tf fire wa
*- ,esiatinl
Washington D. e March iL-Fmlr he m
t.nmiht and Friday. exc-pt rain In the interim
northwest portion. I CrKan"
A meeting of the Library Associa- posing
tion is called to be held at the library Mr. irh
ritms on Friday afternoon. 12th Inst., lor, Mr
at 5 o'clock. A full attendance is de- na M31
sired to discuss' way and means of kinson,
raising money for the payment of sub- the twe
scriptions to magazines. J. Gerlg. ees of
President Library Association.
Come in and make a selection from box of
our popular line of spring style In a quar


U asammem most -ala Wnigt. S w
F lor. -,,-;, -- Ow .
in "i = "a e"T IL ary Wes t ---
Aih PSo 10 Of t afwhu Nalt*A
oimnme"" ad io. bhnsf.
eot sctioF of Rl with 0 AR A)a -A O -e.r& HaliNet
yard *l OAe w. ocala. 2-9-- *W
..r..... . i Buterror. .ma CO Srya

$1 V3, s. -aIrcm aran- in 1Oa&d25c.Cama
....., s. tSPe -M lby. at dnrgists.

s" to Rent n- 1 I2" if

Is a a 1 ma
-I ^ltGo, r.-d 26 tbo Air Oem htTmto wn-
450 Cas h -i -m -* p Be.t J..l-id S ,io

Tod ay ~ Dy Iil .Van s d

"..imri agAde ons a Isq returned oges Hal tamnw evemlg. $ g
l *beh a .n W tA-p to Dubadlas. wok o to be da i iaTg
th Roul be paeent. I

Letas -~ m es s for ya sp ever
week a. t ti he uee. PROGRAM AT WOMAN'S CLUS
Mr. DaPe, a ppreb ArcB6 nt The topics of P1 mii es i
t yedoek. e dews th is afternoon. wl Ecoomles, wt 1 s
_Avo -. lllltaterest In dl sehrneiest, 1 Whli asu -
Mr. J. N. hse at aks Mo., be cont inue a nl the mst
atr.he QuaMI mse. etur Dr. E. Van Ywed Wa te a1W tak -
There wereOal1rrlvals at the Ocala ernoon at 4 ocloek. It is hoped th
imI whetherr members at the club or non
he Phask'u Chill Tome. Qwuyrang The council is espeaialy teaited to be
te. P-Ie M by alt wrists. present. In ear m-W localbIfty and m -
mate attention to this subject is per*
Soul Wo Ketlbe has returned ticuuarly sentll to the we1lfe t
r Orland t where he ato tended the thr c to be do. i ad i ,
race On riday, Marc PROGRAM AT OMAh, Po.
i 3ml M r,. D.r .sah will be top ofre with his td beem a
Wave yea sesm the new visible ay. losds exhibit, which has been atiteAded eh

ps typewriter? C. Davis & 'o so e intihusasticallny throehot l the
7 1 K..M at 8 Laut. No., be continued during the mouhL

ga state. Vn H a talk
." Gret M o New York r- one or moe od our local hys aft-es I
MThe ma t Oasi be is at the Ocale wlroon add-e t -e club oi s me kidred
a r. m on uan The council espeally r 1

m e tt tt s tu e-s.
r is Kat has returned ticularlyALMOST Vhe w AWAY o

on. HiMisarch w.hat? tt- 4,
hy, te CommercIal, Barbershop. A fw mae haer i ale r the
..,.. y e e -,.' ?- -Tompki-a s. e Cbb C e a, whieh will <
PAY,* l 1^_ ... ... .- A. On th, next Friday it is .hped that I
W-*-, i atl- McCa of Now Torfc, for- one or more of our local Physicis It

-.:Why. On. Commercial,, Barriop. A few mm hona for as b t..
L & P. errant and children re- be closed out at figure that wil co.- t
lc 4 teday e*an a visit to trends at pel buyers to take note at the et. e
Yt. Tompkins. Cobb & Cosmopany. J
-~ Jr tallerawp map here and .wants LOST-Mr. Paal 3. Thees loot a '
the w~l mt ae or Bm far ari bunch of keye yesterday with a Corm-
aylor & st and e look through his mercial Bank tag an the. '
oD. C. McCormiek., a plasan-t yeon i
i Mr. A. K Gert, after some days of printer trom Atuata, was In tow* to-
:: : :: it sickness, is aek to atael be at his day visiting Ocalas print shop. s
post in the Munroe t Chamblass Bank.
Iht hai WA *Mrs. J. J. Williams of onmusam. I
y0 _miA poitan_ bookkeep- was in town last at tht get oat
ae s a *Spho msieman: r*at- M*. Jake glrown ad attended the o
qtIC er tmlsd. 1 AidreeU L it. B, Christine Giles concert.
mm.mmIWz V t his otTce. X-K to
Mrs. Davie. wife of the manager of 1
W Mri. Clhal K. !a0e who is attenadn the big Bm.mer alit at tSber, with a
0 0the district W O. -W. e CWQntiMn.t Ilady friends wasIs tea to h u!. mea-
. Tpa has bIpad on he pre- a Ic

* fo ftE O f 1k? d. po athe

yu *rr" S- sin. a*M a bet -* '
Mrs. D. W. ' Mpkla. had the noil- flsuo PIe Mt a ..ewhM a1
dbl-line thew $15 stolea from her Anti-Memaopoely bwt<. 1

TA LI .W o yea r pbuersiMn Oure, o-pntar e, t Ar g eh Au a
r te amp A # emkih-amh em k -

at for-me Mr P. rammend, at the BUlitebton Word was reelved eromai'Prirf.
prthe wa 'gsh town 'today to meet AMa, this mWelar that Mr A-,ay. '
l frt uetf.arday. been tavud t a s.Miem mar I
PAY' -> doestie .alp mamas for has been wailing at theb kear tm-
YO untIl tomsht. whan sh wil probably
^ RW Centracter Leac retyrfed today

KS c af.a a.ethel which he wfll erect le Jack- at the msetisu of the WInea's Club a

^.,-/&.'^,^'^BBB^ .f mi<**/. Frdday afternoon t the k ab seip la 4
S-the Central National Ba b:bMIag
06 qerwerat the Commerais
a& is tho bet shoe pol- a sa O tye- aj"
,Adam s. 3 1,8 l -two
me "eah thesr formiter; t *eam

pite of the d a .) -wtr The p a tfor the Armen's part -
lft teaa a d It enin It g 1an vitatnslo w le"a
etue s, a 5nt ea ttYfiU~ to the Santford or a ia m oeB
Sprg Ocala to gso ver he tMt a
-Merry Widow- a charter In the Celery. Cty. A mbeR ml '
ough the alehht O RIe0 awl-Two aMy bet rooms the miuter the Otrioutemte
decided to wch"ime b e vitam'.
reached De and (..i War We. .ta lshed or f I
me without a i A large walmihed. No ght hatekeepl wi lea ve ey V .
s built and a picnic luch ca- -as ehddren. Address P. O. Bex 34. St h a te
of tried ellelahs h*-T. .. U s __ The W. C. T. U. beM *'wa B ll atd-
my other dlBt weee ing yoeaorday a 0 fK t at 4
oo soheeI Sma ftme at -- which Mrs. Barnett Asave a vey *-
is on the aetar tbt, Irbk, hi f Ins of the AntI-Balsa LMCUe i Jack-
"ed js-!. IU& NEE EUM sonr~lle. to which shew-- erosof the AIftla aE L Uit rw t -rimanag-
re. Arthur Claska ea- M. Roer te gt O
It were2Mr..Heward Wa nate, was registered at the OcaOa
ank Herriet P cuuHouse today .

the Occasion.
'Bdies$ Malm ~vebaelb
tea-tathe lAwe at uMam-an. h

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lt'ma. cuaitlem am T lo C .W
Tome n the ro dt wart taloft- Wa
Cbwatt- parte M a awolwaym0 a24giat
ad with pleaure ad thi Ir

Wr W b at the te thera a
d to the pjac last ofhevt ao-
gtM th fu .ae a ey
eS aLem. or awwas thuaae twh-
The Ir. Aet hrowd et we-eeMthaeet
ist aftnd the "OMe" w o*he I 4
oieor wof th ineater bhaook eh ad&*i
a the enjoyreat of te int hAwi
Pal f tM* 8. ',
i Jah, B. Waet wa the tem *l g- ,
ime aftar tutee oa Mlt"ifa at-
.ae wam w thik thbata had ade a-.

Te rmt atm o atthe afy t4 nhi
iSh as befoMr. He opt theg fa la

kwrA uev rasasltasse
utmrts mest. Kate Eacos bthe Sa
o- "Where tee Sweet Pdltatba
rae also- ee o the bate of the -
og. A novelJaad etertatetudampe
van the "dpil dames" gives b tor
f the chorea girkh-ew Oriegas Pie.
suns. .. *"

OR Tuesday femsMu.
Firh mw 4.-o uaris
he AR-ImA#*Mr.- -6 A&Ape *


Now m mwomb

Ibe" JM e as"MA-a IW 4
VagI o 0 p 0 in in o
h.~~~R .keu~~~W. T**

L~v-rW ablOme ndw *Ge

Tab ema* t :w

Joe Ty ygi r C 3
I sotle~" amAmoomtubep*
ift bat mm htA- *u X
p looum feIfturm eetd

I a a alDl SC de alte of fearoe that theWyt
exhibited at our county fair a at-
,.---- tract ef o mech attemat6 to B. P.

.- -Mr. J d here. l o va
from MIchlcan a few -a a e, o ea -
Sagin ln the junk busims as a eam-
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The Gsaet Ewvet of th Ye

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Of a. NOW
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Jaco.vl, Florida, April 19 ad 20

N. Y

CWdule L by A m IitiitM Of th ViWM's Ut 1

A AiC by Qat Hmel idt, bas; Reed Milter, tmeenU Mi m, Cem
Rider*Keieyy, uierIet Nevad van der Veer. ato.
FOUR CONCiRTB Mnda mtifs, esr'ileaal; Me-day a*~l, min-
oelnlano*os; TueMday mmtea, artist' oonew t; fu-eday night, ws0^ *The
Cr~~etion," wW we JaMkmnvilo Choral Semty of 0 trained vAm md
, Now Yok GyephrI OrohestraS Ond w
EASON TICKETS 9&. Make application now. Seats reserved in V-
tation. Addrem and make chtk payab,
S ... T. 1'. ELMORE. Jacksonville, Florida.


Or Easter Goodsarel Here

The stock is the Newest,

the Prettiest and the

Best we have ever

.. Carried . .

" We point with pride to

our Magnificent Line of

Ladies' Hats, Silk and Lin-

gerie Waists, Skirts, Neck

and Waist Wear, Shoes and




We have a Splendid Line of Shirts, Shoes,
Hats, Hak. hiefs, Collars and Ties,
Etc., for Easter that cannot be eqalled
in the state for the money.

Get You Meas

Taken by as for Your Spring Sat.
Wanamlaker & Brown Sprin ad Sa~-
met Samplesnow in. The goods and flt

an guarateed.
Every one is cordially invited to all
and see ou Easter Goods now on display.

F. P., GADSON, P-doIds

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MedTomi M um"Spervuh%.m shtee iA_ __

Alow sme enoto deaeev mla tids.
AB coutfeitat, wImitotlosaMdA6Ju boo utaee
IewIim mam"tfe with a*t ea maged the bemmesf
sod& t

What is- CASTORIA:
On i *% is a bimaessain89btsmah I. ( w Ol, I% Pe
5d0, D M*n 8" 8"0106ruft It is MPmmonew1a
tae M pme, Nwjh ms 3Wesuer weeds

co" IN ""w Tm Yet lgrosbieu, Ono .. VmutII"Af

~da"-'Bowe*, giving health=MRnmost="umniie


omy, or floridm l d as ft is oaesdM
They are both aomter, thi1kerm -Is
dies and gentlemen et the very high-
est order, together with their two
dauhters, teaebers and sears with
desem frem former Ruakda Collees.
for athe neuclus of the faculty of
the new school. Two younger boys
of 12 and 14 conclude the list of one
of the finest and moat Intellectual
families It 'has been the writers' good
fortune ever to meet and become ao-
quainted with. There are further the
three Brothers m riman. two of them
with anlem, all brothers of Mrs.
Miller-all such people as it does our
soul good to met. They all hall from
Toledo Ohio, and vicinity.
This city is also the headquarters
of the Cooperative oenmetead com-
pama, which Is engaged in ftrfanb
and etetlehlht similar coloalees to
various parts of the United States
and Mexico, an now betig put under
way at Rushi, la California, ad
elsewhere. As a mere letter wil1
bring the more minute details of or-
ganisation law. r.gulationn and con-
ditions a the enterprise., is will aot
be neceamry to monopolise more of
the space of the Ocala Star, and
those interested are cordially Invited
to address for further information
either Dr. Mler oa the ground, or
myself. I might add for thi benefit
of thee Interested to so Iato this
matter, that I have Just returned
from a tow of inspection, sad and
*e-w, thlng as repreoseted-and pros-

There" osawyf mob='I ui
io dir -
~d~ mb Tof ~
A god e list. d

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It is by request eqf ae a number
of people that I beg lss through
yeom cotms* ts git a a t oe-
dnied '4 *a no "laS t o
thea Sa~ tO a at at it
t Is ateed tedo maed
-tawsoinsthag mere then meaely
p rpotse a It -V meanry ea r S
Me friend, philesopher and other.
ee R i.n to o, pe -.l of the an
momre, thae nna st jelmar sstst
for their me tdougm JMX.- Mal
Hopes, apm tm a s o de .d of
a better, Sak, ebeter now, ohe-
n sad tuoY -,6f le
Feeamme at awon t Ye mnses tym ad

ale reement. with m-
moc moupre or et efis alteted as a
trat at 12 textures of ot land ad
s mules soth foot to city across
the bay,t about lar nles east f t
oPeterbeurS, ona the soeath the little
Mable ea River aS part rthe adne
form the Ala botweesn Manatee
eand UIder Ma P ,.n tm the
west eat i mai or iI the
Gult of MenioS msq a as 1mmpa'
rat, stretches wse ae te a
tfm the boundary oat at
uhome of disciples of good Old oha
The sementl s of the better class of
Florida fat woods Yellow pins cy-
-ress, nae oft two or o @@va-
ratis Ianterpersed bert ad m there
iteeatures and streams woithlm-
mocks of more or less extent a dark
gray sandy texture of considerable
huaus for a foot to 1s nhes ian
depth then a layer Oft e forces ta
sowt, t ollow nohl day, ry desr-a
able as. a foundai ond for all tru and
vegetables. Under both these stam-

Iatu eery lare of t wi thiW thess
t s very, lettll worth trawberring

atot etc s. fe o i oee meat.

latitupe wior produce. Tir road
-an natural d m a, sieh wld and
witha more toroh Willhld the o tade
do all the coneft. wMok now besom -
laa such an eaSa p feature in a
There sane nm e mprA-
ive with mouk of a a thprer c of
and areof varying extent eyed ad

dived tto ten crsre abost fore tohe purth
pow, that Withn om e dltchlm wcan
eail very few r Into the mo or

Advancpromise ing trc a o ce farm
and evety It WMislow the
cabbage c aexleanythingt vlse thaor
ati mont ene wi produce mThe o-oldp
everywhere cut p by flttle bucre
and natural dranm houm eh will matn
up thmore thorough drainage or allow those
lands such an easy propoelthial

thve thous o and acres this cla of
ndoves, the oghte sre d and sub- of
boa very iaria, o men aornd womenor
whio sh re neady po theo irood d Joh
by subecribing for a participat
membership with a ten dollar o ill.

Advance alo ts o ftr 16aue t meracts

near the town site and college alrm
thus thavie la er and made to the
extent of some 20 acres or more and

,awo rely with a Sood mod pan-
Pr oPects ae exlv unt th d to ave or
plave clony ofr cMfamilis bu mWas
nalers, rbuildinghouses and turanti

rive ln a few daya Rskin
up the bottomof tis pvipain sol ato

the a ontgs of b or andthe reoop-ng of
tlon of Reska College at Olea llyn

"pratic*l a well am ed
doves, thea to waughter teand badinagrepe of
tea a girls, of ttmen to earn.
their bard by growing to old Johnl
work bu the oloeay, workts a ashd
stedar aln ot ad acls timae. This
metor d ai o loner la'tmand expert-
meta u e, ut Ina bunance tired the
a s h a good moderplan-

er fre- --* n uiPvna, is due to ae-

Io a o tnt coien onnor resume
e schohlnl tbe new Ihudin Ctrlala
Dr. e asel theeic st adt
" uide nf bit. arie peite ato erl-

the late co, butt sa heavy sap o
mt em -. -
mDwg doe maf 1m laNt uaday
we later. 1. I ClweI ad- thm
ilstoirtlieo rloend s iere ha wt
was it by the Usk i .ta&
be aort, ar -he are ao- ntft
the lat colda but a beavy amp @
WaFde, which wIN be a ao euof
weeks later.

very suddenly Aast Tuesday afteraee,
Is Visiting fti nds here t O
Okr seheoa Is 8e1"EW1 t
sunder the s ltul managmei e-
Ums sDeft Pmlt
Sto mIs their e to h.
h adlamcle hI the pOoldng ,eIme
FrIday night was teed as nU=
crowd. and mr bed gaoin" It.
Mrs. W. A. Caldwell tpm.s &wey
very suddenly last Tuesday aftermom
which w&9aa shock to ber family.
She leaves a husband and six chil-
area to moun thber Ioes
Mr. W. T. Hyde and family haw
recently moved to Martla, wbre he
to employed i- the saw -1i u1in.
A Flnt.
Kidney TreuWlee AteekaO ND"a Men
aid Women. O ald aTm Ym
Kidaey Iaf t elof young an* od.
Come quickly *ith ttiO warming.
Chldrea S-er in their AUrP-ow;--
Can't ooatrol the kidney seeretium
Girls are languid, unervm sU
Women worry, can't do daily work.
Men have lame and aching backs.
The cure for man, woman or child.
Is to cure the cause-the kidneys.
Dean's Kidney Plls cre sick kmd-
Curea. forms a of idaey suflertag.
Mrs. 8.. L Plnkwmsm. vtinS at s

W. liberty Bt. a. Gakames le, H rs:
"-My daughter tns poor healthf
*o1-e time. "and I an re that It mwa
an due to weaened .daney". Ih
was aft Itf-c feU S"We"e and VW
subject to dull headebhe. -1tm
9y73U~to'C of k-WeN* tmb% tP t
with others that existed, Indeed -
to proc a bo of bafk EMInsay
Pll. Mi daugter ed thi ac-
CO t te dtr M. and I m gla to
may tmt she a taur.' I foel tt
I owe a great deal to. Doea's irh
heath, and am alad to riiomm-m
then to any pome aedtagr from
kidney dileaMe."
Plenty more p~ Be ths fram
Oealapeople. Can at Idlag & 4a.'a
drug store and ask what their Gmo-'
mer reprt
For sale by af l ealMs. Ptim W
New York, aole agt fr tthe U m-

take no other.
Morton Brothers, large trauers of
this place, are dispolats of their
extensive cabbage crop In ear lota,
and ar setting good prices, matly
to the Eastern anrketa.
The vegetable crop of this seetiS
will be the largest ever plated and
It consists prielpally of emeumbesM
and tomatoes. This section is the
natural home of the cucumber, and
this Is the largest shipptag petal t
the state.
Mr. CragC. pperson. who Iha just
recently recovered frm a som at-
tack of typhoid fver, is abe to be
out on the streets agela.
The Baptist pastart i ts ear colm-
pletion and wll- son hbe oeelped.
The demand for that wanderful
stomach. liver ai Idnaey cwre. Dr.
Klna's New Ute PIs-Is astoundat,
say all the druggets: that they asever
saw the lt. Its because they never
al to ,eue sour ch omftpp-
sick headache, cld sa malad ia.
Only 25. War male by att dragets.
FOR SALB-feed eary, the sam
quality and kihd that won the Chsm-
lis prise at the county fair. Apply
to W. M. OM, Mcitel sh S-I-bm
We my without hasit*tlmn that De-
Witt's Kiday and .3bdder PBli are
unequald tor week ilduqer haoaha*
nna&mmatioa at the bldaer aad aBl

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*ev. Che-. .. U .... l .t.e

Mtr. Med AYW. iwN
voweeI& hutmi, -w.
Ayer. ... -.:.

theme Thesto mao .t. AIf

Mr. and Mrn. 1LC. N Mewsly M
Patas- ;.ast mday.
Mr. 1. J. Ha, was IL t.
Ocala Ieveral da e aI.
H is a prsperoe P-e~ga .

We are simy tokbaa xmwttl"
ofa a te weeks wmll e asedmr. S
Utsle Mw Baim l all: t aeamlow
seoia at Mdlebrt the g inUK.e
aunt. Mrs. Lizale itch.
The entertanlume at the heom. i
Mr. and Mra. Oea. P. X .t thotFHtW
lalbt wa enjiesT by a0 a| -
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Mrm W. ML am.e K
vitts edarers,. bea" L .
ine toer. %on*

Mr. W. H. inMw, w,
"tbl t al m ew. t..' e
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