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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 03 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03114
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Agents in Ocala.


R. D. FULLER,


D)ENTAL SURGEON
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L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
Ottit Over Commercial Bauk
Phone 211
Office Hours-8 to' 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. m
TERMS. CASIr



Charles D. Hulbert, M. D.

H eopathllic Physician
and Surgeon
Office Seonl f'lnoor Th" Munro* and
c'hamibli; l:nnk Tuillin4. O ala.
Florldn.
T'l.ipfowlws. Offep, 222,it'sldence, 221
Office Hours
9-12 a. m. -4 p, m.. 7-30-98O n m.



W. C. BLANCHARD

CONTRACTOR AND3 UIRDER
IPlans furnislfed
on application.


Ocala. Fa.


Montezuma Barbershop

In Connection 'With the Hotel Office
Skilled workmen and fourtmnus at-
tontio nto all. Special att4 -,ti'n to
childr.n.
ELECTRIC MASSAGE
HOT AND COLD WATER

R. A. DETTERICH. Proprietor


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NIGHT ON BALD MOUNTAIN


-On a lonely night Alex. Benton, of
Fort Edward. N. Y. climbed Bald
mountain to the home of a neighbor,
tortured by asthma, bent on curing
him with Dr. King's New Discovery,
that had cured himself of asthma.
This wonderful medicine soon reliev-
ed and quickly cured his neighbor.
Later it cured his son's wife of a se-
vere lung trouble. Millions believe 'its
the greatest throat and lung cure on
earth. Coughs, colds, croup, hem-
orrhages and sore lungs are strelyl
cured by it. Best for hay fever, grip
and whooping cough. Bc. and' $1.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all
druggists.

CHLOROFORM FOR CRIMINALS
Merciful Mode of Execution Recom-
mended by Head of the Georgia
Prison Commission
Atlanta. Ca.4 March IX.-General
Evans. commander in chief of the
rnlted Contederate Veterans. and
chairman of the prison commission of
(; nria. advocates the &hloroforming
of criminals who have received death
sentences. General Evans had already
,lalified this statement on the subject
by declaring himself opposed to cap-
ital punishment for any crime save
that of attack upon women.
WORMOLOGY'
should be studied by every parent. If
you'r child in nervous, fretful, starts
in its sleep, is pasty faced, has rings
under its eyes, always seems hungry.
is not gaining weight, you can be sure
the trouble is worms. White's Cream
Vermrfuge is an absolute cure for
worms. Is its own prwgative. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

AN IMMENS. CAVE
IN THE ADIRONDACKS
Raranac Lake, N. T, March IS.-
Seemingly as deep as the Mammoth
Cave. in Kentucky, and containing a
.iccesilon of wonderful avenues,
chambers and abysses, an enormous
cavern has been discovered in one of
the wildest portions of the Adiron-
duacks by Captain E. R. Thomas, a
wondsman of wide experience. Already
it .has been explored In several direc-
tions for a distance of approximately
1.000 fcet and Captain Thomas Is of
th' opinion that it would requnh miles
of travel to Investigate all of the sub-
terranean passages. As an. Indication
of the depth of some of the yawning
chasms encountered, the captain says
that twenty seconds elapsed before
stones dropped into the plts were
heard to strike.

SIMPLE REMEDY FOR LA GRIPPE
La grippe coughs are dangerous as
they frequently develop Into pena-
monla. Ioley's Honey and Tar not
only stops the cough but heals and
strengthens the lungs so that no ser-
lous results n -ed be feared. The gea-
uine Foley's Honey and Tar contains
no harmful drugs and is n a .yellow
package. Refuse substitutes. Sold by
all druggists.
CARRIE IS COMING HOME


Found the Demon Rum is Tee Iteng
for Her in England
Liverpool. Eng. March 1.-Carrie
Nation called for the United States
yesterday. She said she felt much de-
presb.ed over the hold liquor has on
the big cities of England.
THE ROAD TO SUCCESS
has many obstructions. but mone so


ACKACHE FROM KIDNEYS
More people succumb each year to
some form of kidney trouble than any
other cause. The slightest form of
kidney derangement often develops
into Bright's kidney disease, diabetes,
or dropsy. When either of these dis-
eass are suspected bhe sufferer should
at once seek thel best medical atten-
tion possible. Consult only a good.
frst-class physician.
There are many of the lesser symp-
toms..f kidney trouble which can be
treated at home Is stated by a well-
known authority. For some of these.
such as backache, pain in the region
of the kidneys, weak bladder, fre-
quency, (especially at night) painful
scalding and other urinary troubles.
try the following simple home rem-
edy: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-
half ounee Compound Kargon. one?
ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla,
three ounces. These simple ingredl-
ents are harmless and can be obtain-
ed at any good pescrptiom pharmacy
and anyonem can mix them by shaking
well In a bottle. The dose for adults
Is a teaspoonftl after each meal and
again at bedtime.
There is 'no more effective remedy
known to relieve all forms of rheu-
matism. because it acts direct-
ly upon the kidneys and blood. It
leases the clogged up pores In the
kidneys so they can filter and strain
from the blood the poisonous uric acid
and waste matter which If not eliml-
nated remains in the blood, decom-
poses and settles about the joints and
muscular tissues causing the untold
suffering and deformity of rheuma-
tism.
Backache is nature's signal notify-
ing the sufferer that the kidneys are
not acting properly. "Take care of
your kidneys" is now the physician's
advice to his patients.
MURDER AT ST. PETERSBURG


St. Petersburg, Fla


March 13.-


Will Barton, a negro porter at the
Detriot Hotel shot and killed Will
Butler, of Key West, yesterday. The
killing was entirely unpro'eked, and
the general opinion is that Barton
will hang for this act.
Every Woman Will be Interested
If you will send your name and ad-
dress we will mail you free a package
of Mother Gray's Australian Leaf, a
certain, pleasant herb and never fail-
ing. If you have pains in the back,
urinary, bladder or kidnty double, use
this pleasant union of aromatic hprbs.
roots and leaves. All druggists sell it,
0 cents, or address, The Mother Gray
Co, Leroy, N. Y.


THE .HIERGIAL




Opens into the lobby of the
Ocala House.

Offers the very best service of
Killed workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec-
tric tans, electric massages.

Md mbtg 9 Wter at aK Tims
VINCENT C. DETTERICH, Manager.


C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor mad Bdlider.

Plans and Sperifhitions FurniThed
Upon Request


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A Story of Lve amn Adventure on the
Little Knewn Ceat f S uth-
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(By Louis Tracy.)


Liquor for Any Purpose, in Any Shape
or Ferm, will be Out!awed in
the State
Topeka, Kan.. ..-, h 1..-Kansas
has taken the le.,l If .I the states
in prohibiting abh,uti.iy ".h. ".le and
manufacture of alcoholic beverages
Gov-rnor Stubbl has signed the bill
prohibiting the sale of liquors for any
purpose. It is the most drastic law
ever put upon the statute books of
any state. Druggists are barred from
handling, any kind of liquors and phy-
sicians are prohibited from prescrib-
ing them for medicine. Alcohol can
not be us-d In the arts and scientes.
At least 1.000 drugstores in Kansas
will go out of business before June 1.
the date for the publication pf the law.
Large stocks of liquors in storagW in
clubs, in wholesale houses and drug-
xtorps will have to be disposed of be-
fo'ce the law takes effect.
An order has gnme forth In all clubs
in the .towns and cities of Kansas to
"cut out booze" and the principal club
of Topeka will discontinue the handl-
ing of liquors.
Fear State Went Tee Far
There are a great many proalinent
!ro.hibitionists who fear jfe legisla-
ture went too far in absolutely prohib-
iting the sale of alcoholic liquors for
any purpose, and especially denying
doctors the privilege of prescribing It
in their practice. These advocates
are glad that the liquor drugstore Is
outlawed, but they argue, that in mak-
ing the law so sweeping there is liable
to be a reaction which would bring
with it a reign of the bootlegger, the
"club" and the "joint," which have
s.andalized several communities of the
state.


the puzzle of the aceldent and report
on Its extent, while he climbed back
to the bridge, there to tackle the far
more pressing problem of the memsares
to be adopted If he would arVe his
ship.
It was typical of the man that his
first act was to wipe the grime of the
stokehold off his face and hands.
Then he drew a chart from the locker
In which he had placed it two hoars
earlier. Mr. Boyle, who had been at-
tending the signals both by sire and


ZEPPEUWS NtW,
His Airship Reshsed a Level at i
Theswand Feet
Freiderichshafen. Germany. Mafh-
13 ---Count Zeppelin made a new W
coru with his dirigible balloon yester-
d y. ascending three thousaa "dfet
an I maneuvering at that height, the
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VAAARIES OF A COLD O 4&
You can never be quite sure where o
a cold Is going to hit you. In the fall ,
anad winter it may settle in the bow- -
els, producing severe pain. In the Oe 35.W z
summer it may give you a colic wtl .
diarrhoea or summer complaints Da, Tr 3ft M
not be alarmed nor tormeunt yeareoW
with fears iof appeditcils o a..1.
of the h eraL* At h

water and relief will eiie Jat, dm ce. ,.. .
There Is but one Pta 5er, tarp D- .,teiO. $3c, S
viae. It I. now put is a Wto me
ise as wetl as the regdsorH. Wirt Wilk
FOR SAlE-A fiee ebber pta-
Abe Brown. Ocala. S f -3


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CHAPTER IV.
A a little yeast leavens mae
flour. so does the prseeM of a
few stout hearted me. give
strength and courage to a maul.
titude. Although the rumor soon went
the rounds that a giant wave which
pooped the ship had carried away two
of her six boats, there we,* no visible
signs of flurry In the aMS taaes
to equip the remalintg bestm foe ars.
TheMO1 had e itH- ImBhirB -
ee Every iw ipothly and
well.
All told, there wre eighty per Nse
on board when the Kassas left Val-
paralso. Of these, seventeen. I~acld-
ing the ofcers. were of European birth
or eage. The rmain sixty-three
were men of mixed natloailtf, rang-
g from Spanish xpaking Chileansa to
negroes. There we eight uumr
stewards, a cook and his asssa
and nearly fifty sailors and s
Unfotnu.atly the expleslos of the
stokehold had killed the chief egaer
and one of his juols, while six satk-
era were dead and several injured.
It was discovered that before he Aled
the chief had shot off steals and tas
prevented the accident from msaGing
far mou~ serious prv.putokus. The sec-
ond engineer, a Newcastle man named
Walker, who rushed to the enagia
room at the first hIdication of a mis-
hap, found his hef ying In collapse
on the lvetr platform. Walker pro-
ly opened certain levea. which allowed
the steam to escape freely; then ~
carried le. comrade cut of the sImae
to the deck. It was too late. PaS l
suffocation had played too great a
strain on a diseased heart. By ; b
time Dr. Chrintobal was anmmnmed a
brar4 man was dead.
Courtenay, who had left aruetl
that he was to be called when the
Evangellstas light was sighted, was
sound asleep. ln the elevated qar-
ters assigned tot uiepta& the aNe
of the explton differed little from the
thunderous blows of the sea. but the
stopping of the engines awoke him In-
stanty. lBb felt the ship lurch away
from her course and saw' the quick
swerve of the compass Indicator over
his head. As he ran down the gang-
way leading .from the bridge he heard
the officer of the watch say:
"Something given way In the engine
roo sir."
Several minutes elapsed before he or
WItlker. aided by willing volunteers.
could penetrate the depths of the
stokehold. The place was a charnel
house, a stifling pit, filled with the
charred contents of the frnmaes, which
gave off the most oilsome flames ow-
ing to.the rapid &Mdemtsto- of steam
and water escaping from the damaged
pipes. But the gale raging without
served one good purpose i driving
plenty of air down the ventilating
cowls. Gradually the choking atmos-
phere cleared. Courtemay was the first
to reach the lowermost rang of the
Iron ladder, whence he looked with
the eyes of despair on a seen of death
' and ruin.
The electric light was anlnjured. It
revealed the bodies of several men.
either dead or nsensble, lying amid
the scatteredcoaL Shovels, stoktg
rods and pieces of Iron plate had been
hurled about In wild confusion. The
door of one furnace was blown dean
out of Its bolts, furnace bars and fire
bricks strewed the Iron deck, while
each time the ship rolled the heavy
clank of loose metal somewhere In the
engine room proved that the damage
was not confined alerly to the stobe-
hold.
If Courtanay .oeed haveu dropped
quietly into the se through the stout
bull of the Kansmas hie woldM have wel-
comed the certain result of that bitter
moment Bat he was the captain, aad
men would look to him foer salvation.
Well, he would do all that was possible
and,-at any rate, die at his post So,
choking back his misery, he prgalaed
the work of mece. Slngs wee form-
ed of ropes, and those men whom
any signs of life were visible were the
first to be lifted to the upper deck.
The stokehold was quclkly emptied of
its inanimate occupants. IJving and
dead alike were carried to 'the a-
tenanted second elas salon forward.
Then Courtenay left Walker to solve


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EVENING STAR

. L. Bittimger aind R. R. Carrell
Editors and Publishers.

C. L. MITTINGER, Editor

R. R. CARROLL. Sims Manager

FOR SETTER HEALTH

The Friday afternoon meeting of the
W(man's Club in the interest of hy-
giene was a great success. The at-
tendance was large and the interest
evinced In Dr. Van Hood's address on
the effects of the fy and mosquito on
the- health of the people was deep. Mrs.
Win. H. Hocker, president of the club,
Introduced Dr. Hood, who proceeded
to giv., an exhaustive review of the
ravaged these insects have caused a
th.e world. But as we propose to prit
the doctor's word we shall not com-
mnat on the same except to say that
the discovery of what caused the ter-
rible disease of yellow fever for cen-
turies, the bite of a certain kind of
mosquito in 18l1, was looked upon with
Indifference and passed, as all great
discoveries are, for the moment with
a heedlessness that relegated this
great and far-reaching fact for the
lives of mankind 18 years until our ar-
my occupied Cuba and had to con-
front this very serious and fatal prop-
o"ition to the lives and health of our
soldllrs.
In connection with his address, the
d ctor also read the Instructions of
the Ocala Board of Health. published
in the Star some time ago, and issued
for the information and guidance of
our people In protecting them against
the Insidious and persistent attacks of
these pests.
At the close of his paper he said
tfc would be pleased to answer any
questions that might be asked him, If
ihe could. He was asked about the
rnat and said it was a disease dis-
tributor and that efforts should be
made to destroy them.
Mrs. Hocker said she would be
pleased to hear from any others pres-
of the city, especially from the mem-
3ers of the city council which con'
tituted that body's health committee
Mr. Helvenston responded by saylin
the committee was active in its wor
to further the sanitary conditions o
the city and had a man at work now
making a house to house canvass with
this especial object in view.
This subject, like all others, would
be comparatively easy of solution i1
every citizen in the town would co
operate with the city council health
committee and the city board of health
by keeping their premises clean, no
for a day, but for every day in th<
year-in a word, : -tting Into practice
the advice tendered by Dr. Hood.
Can we be made to realize how al
Important is this question and do ou
whole duty in the premises. Not onl:
do this duty religiously, but compe
the thoughtless, heedless and Ildif
ferent to do theirs, and if they wil no
do it by kind persuasion, call'the lav
into requisition and compel them.
After this question was disposed o
the president of the club took up th
question of the coming tuberculosis
exhibit by Prof. E. G.WTomusahn an
arrangements were perfected tot hi
reception and his exhibit. The pro
gram will be found elsewhere. Le
Ocala show by Its presence that w4
are Interested in stamping out th
great white plague.
Dr. Hood'remarked that all the phy
sicians in the county were Intereste
in this matter and would constltut
themselves a committee to receive
Prof. Routsahn. Mrs. HQcker sal
Mr. Camp had kindly. paced his auto
mobile at the service oi the physician
of Ocala to take the professor front
place to place to talk to the school
children.
(Received too late for last Issue.)

Mrs. L T. Islar entertained pleas
antly the U. D. C. yesterday afternoon
The beloved president. Mrs. Pannie R
Gary, was unable to be present, owini
to injury from her fall and from whicl
she is not yet fully recovered. During
her absence the vice president, Mr
R. G. Blake, presided. Mrs. 0. 1
Scott tendered her resignation as sec
retary, to the regret of the chapter
Captain Ditto appeared and request
the cooperation of the ladles in get
ting up a reunion in this city for th
Second Florida Brigade in June o


July. The social hour was enjoyed
and heightened by the dispension o
refreshments by Yrs. Islar.


MONTHLY WOODMEN MEETING AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

There sure was something doing Baptist
with the Woodmen last nighL They Regular church, Sunday school and
began early and ended now the ghost y. P. U. services at the usual
walking hour. Great interest center- t the
ed In the reports of the camp dele- e- ---_
gates who attended the meetita of
Jurledkition V, held this week in Tam-
pa. The meeting has espeWlal Inter- Rev. W. H. Dodge. D. D., Pastor.
est for the members of the Ocala Services-11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m."
camp because of the promotion that Sabbath school--: 45 a. m.
meeting had brought to Mr. Dame. Be Junior Mission Society-2:33 p. UL
is now the manager of the order Ito y P. M. -S p.i m-
Florida, which gives him increased A cordial Invitation extended to alL
power, pay and responsibility. Mr. C. I
K. Sage said he was the most popular Tabermads
Woodman in the state and his promo-
tion to that very Important position W. H. Coleman. Minister.
came to him almost by saceisu' ton. Sunday school-9:45 a. m.
But then Dame has demonstrated In Junior C. B.-3 p. m.
the years gone by that he is the most Evangelistic sermons at 11 a. m. and
successful organizer the state has ev- 7 p. m. These services will very like-
eor had and largely through his labors ly mark the closing of the tabernacle
has been the phenomenal growth of meetings. Everybody welcome.
the order. Mr. Sage further amid the
delegates got down to hard work as Episcopal
soon as they arrived in Tami and
had accomplished much for the good Rev. Geo. Hendree Harrison. Rector.
of the order. He said the hospitality 7:30 a. m.-Holy communion.
of the Tampa choppers was no dream. 10 a. m.-Sunday school.
it was a reality as he could speak 11 a. m.-Meraing prayer and ser-
from experience. mon.
Dame said Fort King camp was in it 7:30 p. mn.-Evening prayer and ser-
at Tampa. They got just all they ask- mon.
ed for. That the next meeting was Services 4:30 p. mn. Tuesday and
scheduled for Ocala, but this great Thursday and 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. r
honor was declined as It brought too Wednesday and Friday.
much labor and expense to the camp, Come and worship with us.
and as the Miami choppers were just
dying for the honor. Ocala handed it Methoist
to them on a silver platter and that
created more popularity for the Brick Servces at th Methodist church as
City choppers. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Mr. *.ago was very modest and said pastor
not a word of the honors conferred on by the pasool-9:30 a. m.
him. but this Dame supplied. Mr. Sunday schooleae-29:30 a. m.
Sage was made chief of the press com- Junior League-2:30 p. m.
committee anofd cthe oiraner for the managing eats free. Congregational singing.
committee of the order or the state, An earnest message from God's word.
the mrisdict important committee in the offering you present salvation. A most
Dame, too, touched some on Sage's cordial welcome to all.
gastronomic feats. He said Sage was mir L
a worker, but he also disposed of edi- i,
bles as he worked, and three roasted There will be an interesting pro- *
chickens fell by the wayside of Char- gram tomorrow afternoon at the Sen- I
ley's plate. Each day as he labored for ior League meeting at 3:30 o'clock. t
the good of the order and the strength- The subject, "Our Pattern," Is a beau-
ening of his physical and mental CO- tiful one and we hope a large number
ditions. Dame couldn't miss an op- will be present, prepared to take part. t
. portunity to tows a few jocular bou- --
g quets at his partner, while taking In Junior
k the trolley ride around the growing Meets at 2:30. Subject "The Good
t city of Tampa and the stunts done at Shepherd." Leader Nn Geneva
r Garcla's West Tampa Gran Orient. hepherooksd." eader, a Geeva
h where over 200 sovereigns spread their gong, Mighty to Save.
nether extremities under the mahog- Scripture lesson, Joh 101-4
d any at that epicurean palace. It seems Prayer John
f that on the car ride the Tampa Brew- ong. Safe in the Arms of Jesus.
-ery, one of the show places of that Song. Safe in the Arms of Jesus.
h prohibition (?) city, the cars were al- PsaBible llustrMa tio Akin of the Sh
h ternated, one car of "prohlbs," the oth- Paper,"Shee o OrenAkin.-Oro
t er car of the "open-way" and by some per, "Sheep e"-
e unforeseen enumeration Charley age Haley. e t th heart of the
e got into one of the "prohib" cars and Duet ear to the eart f the
of course tha tdid not have the brew- Shepherd"
1 ery on its stops, asd the expression of Bible story of the lost sheep by Nel-
r consternation thaf spread over Char- lie LUddon.t
y ley's face as the ar made a home run ong, Hard 'Tis the Shepperd's
?1 without giving even a "dry man" a VoRe.
- chance to Inspect a "wet place," as Recitation, '"at LlBrack Sheep."
t, depicted by Dame, made the audience Reception of members.
w fairly howl and eharley, not to be out- '1ong. Footsteps of Jesus.
dote, joined in the chorus. Annoumncements.
f At the big banquet the tempting Benediction.
e menu contained Jewell on chicken
s catalana, in honor of Grand Soverlgn State of Ohio. City of Toledo,
i Jewell. of Omaha, who was the bright Lucas Couy a
s particular Woodman star present. In Frank J. Cbeney makes oath that
- desserts Ramey Dame omelette and he is senior partner of the firm of FP.
*t tea Sage leaves, and everybody voted J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
e the whole thing a Dam(e) good time. city of Toledo, county and state afore-
e Then came the initiation of W. E. said, and that said firm will pay the
Smith, bookkeeper for the Teapot sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
- Grocery and Mr. Detterich, the Mon- for each and every case of Catarrh
d tesuma barber and the chase these that cannot be cured by the use of
e choppers got for their money wasn't a Hais Catarrh Cure.
e little. Smfth surely thought he was Frank J. Cheney.
d in Africa hunting lions with Teddy, Sworn to before me and subscribed
- The crowd was there, forty choppers my presence, this 8th day of De-
s being present and when these stal ember, A. D. 188.
m warts got busy something was doing A.W. Gleason, Notary Public.
li sure. Hall's. Catarrh Cure is takes inter-
nally, and acts directly on the blood
WEATHER FORECAST and mucous surfaces of the system.
-- ~ Send for testimonials free.
- Washington, March 13.-Showers to- F.p J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, O.
'* night and Sunday. Sold by all druggists, 75e. Take
L Hall's Family Pills for constipation.


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The gentlemen present at the hear-
ing of Dr. Van Hood's paper on "Flies
and Mosquitoes" were E. T. Helven-
ston, F. E. Harris, Judge W. S. Bul-
lock. Rev. W. H. Coleman. M. Fishel,
W. D. Carn. J. H. Brinson, R. C. Lov-
eridge and C. L. Bittinger.

Mrs. L. B. Stevens, who makes her
home with her daughter, Mrs. Cahoon,
of Oak. was in town this morning on
a shopping trip. She said she expect-
ed during the summer to make a visit
to her father's old home In North Car-
olina. which she has not seen since a
child.

Miss Fannie Thrilling has severed
her connection with M. Fishel & Son's
department store as saleslady.


Messrs. Clarence and Jack Camp. W.
P. Edwards, H. M. Hampton, H. L.
Anderson. Richard McConathy. Will
Richey and R. A. Burford were in
Jacksonville last evening and most of
them attended the society farce com-
edy play, "The Blue Mouse." Thurs-
day night and returned home last
night on the morning train.

Mr. and Mrs. Randall Williams, of
Wisconsin are In the city and are
seeking a location. They have been
about Florida a good deal and like this
section of the state better than any
they have seen. They were In the
dairy business in this state. but low
prices of milk. high prices of labor.


The NeiMdy of WolM
atunrally makfs them shrink from the
indelicate questions, the oblioas ex-
aminations, and unpleasant local treat-
ments, which some physielams consider
essential In the treatment of diseases of
women. Yet, if help c& be had, It Is
better to submit to this ordeal than let
the disease grow and spread. The trouble
Is that so often the woman undergoes all
the annoyance and sham for nothing*.
ndT womem who have been
cured Dr.tere's Favorite Prescrip-
tion wri n In eIOatlno of the cure
which dis M the examinations
and loeal treatmuen Theam JBaft
tedicin&go S ur U mad sf for dfa lIt


GLOBE HAS M'CALL PATTERNS
The Globe has secured the agency
in Ocala for the famous and popular
M *tock.


LeSEUBUR HOUDE
One of Ocala's best boarding houses.
If you want something good to eat and
large, well ventilated rooms to sleep
in: bath room. both city and well wa-
ter. For particulars call on Or ad-
dress. Mrs. LeSuer, No. 3 North Main


women as Favorite PrearipUo" It street. 3-9-1m
cures deitating drains, regularity and
female weakness. It always helps. It Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure
almost always cure. It is stricgrtly o any case of kidney or bladder trouble
alcoholic, non o Mret, all its t le gredMts that is not beyond the reach of medi-
beingprinted o bole-wrapper; co cine. Cures backache and rregu-
tas no deleterious or habit-foin latitles that if neglected might result
entering into Its omposition has the ll in Bright's disease or diabetes. Sold
endorsement of those most eminent In the by all druggists.
several schools of medical practice. Some
of these numerous and strongest of pro- FRESH SEEDS
fessional endorsements of its iagedients, I We have a large supply of fresh,
will be found In a pamphlet wrapped guaranteed melon, cantaloupe and gar-
around the bottle, also in a booklet mailed den seeds of all kinds for the spring
free on request, by Dr. L. V. Pierce, of planting. See us before buying your
Buffalo, N. Y. These professional en- supply. Tydings and Co. ,
dorsements should have far monre weight '
than any amount of the ordinary lay, a
non-professional testimonials.
The meat intelligent women now-a-day s
insist on knowing what they take as zied- G OC A lNG
Icine instead of opening their mouths like
a lot of young birds and gulping down
whatever is offered them. "Favorite Pre

makes weak women strong and ick ARIOY TEATER
women welL
Dr. Plerce's Medical Adviser Is Met fie
on receipt of saip toD..S0f Monday
mailing onl. sewdto Dr. K. V. lay
BuffaJo, N. Y., 21 one-cen s tamps for to pa-
per-covered, or S31stamps forcloh-ioung 1uejday
If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge y -
by letter. All such communaio are adn
Dr. Plerce Pleasant Pellets Invigorate
and regulate tomach. liver and bowela M ar -
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moving Pictures

and Music


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DOORS OPEN AT 7:'0 P. M.


NEW PICTURES EVERY DAY

Program for This Eveuing
MUSIC-Orchestra
A Yellow tome Park Held-Up
MUSIC-Orembtra


tWO


MUG

PERFORMANCES
NIGHT


EVERY


ADMISSION 10 AND 5 CENTS

.LEAVENGOOD A TUCKER, Props.


CANNON IS CONFIDENT

rhat the Uprising ef the lasutgents
Wi be Defeated


Washington, March 14-Presdent
raft held a confftence yesterday with
Speaker Joe Cannon of tle House of
Representatives, Senator Raute Nel-
on and -Former Representative Wat-
ion. They talked over the "esurgent"
movement la the House whlch seeks
:o change the House rules.
Mr. Cannon came frmb the White
House considerably elated. "We hav
the Ulcked." he said, refew v to tfx
nIF regents.
IF YOU KNEW


The merits of the Texas Wonder, yao
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
months' treatment. SoMld by druggists
or by mall. Send for testBmomlals. Dr.
E. W. Hall, S292 OlIve street, St.
isuls, Missouri.

STRAW HATS FOR COLLEGE BOYS
We have the latest shapes la straw
hats for college boys, green bands and
Ireen brim edges, also brown and
black bands and brim edges. Some-
thing novel and right up to date. Tha
H. B. Masters Co.




CASTOR AA
IhrM OT0,0 m.

N1 DM YsUll MlJN|


CABINET MAKING
We have opened a shop at C. J.
Weaver's. No. 31 North Third street,
where we are fully equipped with the
tools, material sad knowledge to do6 an
kinds of cabinet making. window and
door screens and all kids o carpen-
ter work. both new aend repaiting. We
make a speifty of Job wok. Pbhmes
177. We will be pleased to allU and
give you prices If you wll phone er
write us. Respecttally,
2-3-ttf MANN DAILY.

The best known pils and the best
pills made are DeWtt's Little arty
Risers. They are small, easy to take,
gentle and certain and are sold by the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstor

We have a splendid light-weight
hat, imitation of Panama In material
and shape. Also straw hats to suit
almost any ftacy. the H. 8. Masters
Company.

"My three year old boy w hs badly
constipated, had a high fever and was
in an awful condition. I gave him
two doses of Foley's Orlao IaatUve
and the next morning the fever was
gone and be was entirely well. P-
ley's Orino Laxative saved his lfe."
A. Wolkush, Casimer, Wis." Sold by
-all druggists.

When in a hurry for a shave or hair
cut come to the Commercial Barber-
shop.
We say without hesitation that De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are
unequaled for weak kidneys, beekschl.
inflammation of the bladder and all
urinary disorders. They are anatl-
septic and act promptly in all cases oa
weak back, backache, rbenw--tlw and
rheumatic pains. Accept no substi-
tute. We sell and recommend them.
The 'Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
FIRST CLASS PAPERHANGNQ1
AND PAINTING
I have opened In Ocala a shop for
high-classw I-_perirngar and painting
and it Is my desire to give an esti
mate on every painting and paper-
hanging job that is to be done t
Qcala. I have te bet paper man t
the south and I handle thi fneet a d
most up to date line of paper, bur-
lapI, silk fabrice goods and Iitatien
tiling, both bimported and domestic e an
the market and my interior decom-.
tions are up to date I have made a
special of Interior work for years aad
can suit any one. I make the best
deth and picti also all classes of
sjis gold h and gtildig a spe-
cialty. Ladles desiring to make se-
1a--#a "f r. _"--- ..at--wtk fha f hla


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tiad* swAm'Vow

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wat eewsNift smbu
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during tM e '1 hag at the





fortbat bok, ries: "Foe'sevrM2 w m
Iaeu wa flce ithws skdmey troWI'




unble tN C, wo Is hel
M rine boos, wite: O IMawM IM


and last winber as. *.miL I estrkk-
fullyas cominem to badlih &W .- ~
hi."ktWupkbt


APPLEYARO MAY t
THE TATE" PUmI
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honda Pre, aUI -a p-~
chased tfe platat of the Captat City
Publishing Company, "d wM t-W ,
charge of it em April thk, a the eve
of the assembling of the VierMt leg-
islature. It is. undertod that th
state priatig, Incldean the daa.
journals of the bhose and aet. t we
be prinatod by Ca Appleyard a
not only a thobemh awSedg o
styles of sate 3r1tlam. t"e .im lo
one of the best praettest apetrs Wb
the state.

YOUR LIVER
Is out of order. Te I te h e g.
bad humor and get a wth a
In your-=o akss tgr ant
to astmalatoe ~Ap V& a
Sb- -e, the am- iti=ee-A
tve cure e e oerauemp.-
and- a llv- mpe Mv. -,l,
Worth. Te2 w wetfek'a
Berbine la nmy ftly A rl-e'
Word& cs't e2qseeV wl t

1 bappy smd wB, as we o e K
Bunm.. Sold kbp the Utl-cimp
DrRiKtM.


BONOSMEN OF THE
FLORIDA PINE OMIANY


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Tallahassee. March 13.-At the As hby jAA
cent meeting .a the beard at et mams-
sloners of State ^sdttaeam. the -tX 33
tract mand ti4v thea t -e .*,
State cohviets wapI-
cepted. HBo.^ af R l t hf
aeSomer of agicatea, fitages- -Yr-.>. .
ed to esecut the do tr1e4 Yte
cate. ada to delo er t. th.e .J
Ad Ihi lTatrSa P a8s agamIy, W
company -tliet npean

nateed ge'tlea beoaome segftta a*
the $10.0 0 eband, gten bly eeaw '' .
pany: C. B. Degemrs, b. f. ieMsBl b.
I. McHItan, W. P.C nsteamMOW.
Kelly and S. A. Rawls B at 'o5
soavine; j. Pwe, o f Lake City. zad
and W. J. HnnIan, at Live* Oak.

Get your Easter salt ad. at MV
Fishet & Se's. See our samples as
display.

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tableta. Deuqgb"t ue~fad momsy J N .
tfai to care. X Ws. uOe lg -.
tur Is a am each b"box 'eats. f Ik a

CAN BUY TEN WIVES APIECE
Norfolk Va-_. March 1 *-l &a A-. -


preme court of Virginia yesterday
handed down decisions afrirmif'ver-
dicts against the Norfolk and Wes-
tern Railway growing out of the kill-
ing under the wheels of a freight
train of Mrs. Muasell ad Mrs.
Holmes of Springeld MassL who lost
their lives while *tt-mdl'1 the "MU-
lenlal Dawn" national convention
bere in November. 197.
The husband of each oe the victUs
is awarded 105,90, the maxImumA al-
lowed under the Virginia statute.

The deMoad for that jueIg ff

King's New Life P116-4so aI eI ma
may all the druggists; that ey
naw the like. Ua beeames ther neeW
ell to cure smw sMaaBc, ontpa-
t1oo, indig on JaMadioe
kick headache., cba* SM au*la.
Only 2. br salie- by al Ha'g

DARK RECORD OF DAVTON
Seew. tohe* Saf t to M.-a t'

Darta, 0., March 1-mte
baking mystery cIafremio the polPee
tin the discovery ysrzdeIe at the da-
compaspoed body af an -aow whfta
woman I the canal belw the Ap-b
street brkiedge. In th epiaWlaM i the


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and pastry; conveystofood
healbbd of frut propertA




Mi. Fred Welihoner of Grahamvfle,
who In some way was Iplikcated with
1Jim Tucker for shoothif MaOr'oe Be-
-grg, woodis rider at Goolby'a store at
.SIv'r Springs and from w wound


MNr ritz- rii3. thI. -t;:* !rInai. t" I the n-grno died, was released on a $6.046
comvit ;. ;m, i l,- ;,ftnion. I honl yKtf-rday. The ease will have a
pr.liriinary hearing Monday before
IC. 1 Cr, ,.-s l'la t, 1- f<.r :. iwr baek Ju B 'll.
2-,4* It t b } ,t fli',, I i a- 't, .
.- Where it it?
M r Z. ( }:; i,.;. -s *. t C...'." h-r. 1 what?
', ,r thit art' rrr hy. the 'Commercial Barbershop.
NilCo ln*- .F t -n, -ir, Chief Hamp (chambers' monk-
n.;i,, 4 ,1 -.... ^ -,, t ri l,.n .y giltt looIseyeate-rday and went way
iv,, in th- tropv'i and could not be got
.1Ii. H M t.r1 I t '. vI '- d,,wr until given a shower bath this
itfr t"' tIl.. y ei t,..:;' mcirning. They excited a great deal
S, interestt in their roosting so high.
<, ar; ,rm : (nigr :,n.I .,n1 l, I : p,,:,.,o l !i,, iir. I 1" Plank'q Chill Tonic. Guaran-
-t t Price 25<. Sold by all druggists.
M11 1 'l ; \',,l .- i,, t! '; I a n -
Ir tt, nl, ?'irtl.y *.' i fri i ml ti \; Mtr. A. M. Torrence of Gainesville,
'frt' i i- ,tt the 4<"'atla House.




Marion Realty Company

A. FRANK, Manager


Ocala


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Florida


Eighit Room Hou~se, l'i-mfudt'led and all lalost. -A" A
irmprov'lfeflts pit itii good terms, Praim


Five Io all improvements and large yard C$;
good terms, price ..-..- .-j


Larp


e Lot 11( x 200( fUt located on Il IM
41 klawaliw IaveuIic. price.... .......... Vv


Small Cottage, lo'rtd near IPublic School C MiM
Buil A ON O T t 0 A P- % A


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MRS. HOLDER ENTERTAINS
In Heaor f Mra. lhembeu mnd Mrs.
imil.
Mrs. Edward Holder was the charm-
Ing hostess of a lovely party yester-
day at 3:30 e'cleek, given at her ale-
gant home on Fort BKi avenue, in
honor' of two very popular visiting
matropa Mrs. Adolph Hobenburg. of
Alabama, and Mrs. Buena MMans of
Kentucky. Mrs. Holder's home is one
of the handsomest and loveliest As the
state and yesterday all three floors
were used. Cut glass vases filled with
gorgeous hothouse roses were used In
the decorations, also booty from the
woods, dogwood branches covered with
bloom and wisteria clusters.
Mrs. Holder and the two honorees
greeted the guests in the dining room.
The hostess' beautiful gown was of
white mull embroidered In lavender.
Mrs. Mimns wore a red princess gown,
which was very becoming. Mrs. Ho-
'henberg .was In a handsome gown of
nvsteria satin made en train with Per-
sian trimmings. At the front door
Mrs. J. C. B. Koonee met the guests
and ushered them Into the drawing
room. after which they passed to the
second floor with Mrs. Charlesm Rhein-
auer and were received by Mrs. J. K-
Austin. who showed them to the third
floor. Mrs. L. Carney greeted them
there and from an exquisite cut glass
punch bowl stationed on the billiard
table, Mrs. George McKean served de-
licious panch.
In the billard room, which is one


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T) a4 25c. Cshe cw that have

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Spite the weather have bB. s r
evidence that could be
DAID~~~~I"U OIaUPVjeasn hr Mfn.5


OCALA OCCURRENCES


incidentally with Mr. Wm. Dudley, lf
that place, made excursions tol Lake Preserlton- nlld accurately and
Smith and wIH no doubt report good delivered by. the Posetofee Drugstore. ..


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head of a girl Sad a wis-ae. Many A .t .t e a- e 7.
rounds were played and greatly en- held t.el u *t :3.
joyed. espe-ially by Mr. Mary B10le -. --"1 ,,- . .- S *.
ton. who was given a sliver salad forI THE A -' VIEW
for making the highest score. To esehl .O -
of the lovely honorees the hostess gave
At the closeofla g refreshments opened Sbtury f *
were served. Wine jellyv with nuts, March I1th (today). Tro perftrm- 1 .. -
cherry ice cream, angels food choc- s every afternoon and evenln The re t arrive
late cake, salted almonds and coffee. Doors open at m. or the matuns House yesterday. t
Candles were placed on each table ad at 7:30 forthe'eveningper- House yesterday.
while playing. former ..p
Thesenjoying the happy afternoon The wnauag-et has the pleasure Phone or send your wpl
with Mrs. Holder, which was one of of aanoncing that they have secured the Court P arm -a.
the most Lleasant this winter, were: Mr. Thos. G. Hall baritone,. of sman- Mr. a. T_..'1J
Mrs. B. W. Mlnms, Mrs. Adolph Ho- ton pa., who will sing at each per- Mr. BI f. ts a T, B
henber,. Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. formance. All songs will be strated town today a guest" the
E. L. Carney. Mrs. George MtKean. lth slides. The price of adialo Hou is
Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce. Mrs. J. KI Aus- only 10 cents for adults and 5 cCeu" Ma "' ko N
tin. Misses Annie Davs, Francis An- for children. You are cordially invit- Miss Loulse a mcol o h Oa l .
derson. Valeta Potter. Mary Platt. Mrs. ed to come and spend a least hour ton, was a -. --a "'l :
M. Flshel, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. Mrs. with us. yesterday.
Mallory Uddon. Mrs. WV. S. Bullock.
Mrs. W. V. Newsom Mrs. O. T. Green. HOUSE POR SALE AT A BARGAIN Mi Free o ". Pa,,. B.
Mrs. Mary Eagleton. Mrs. H. L. An- Frase and isb
derson, Mrs. R. L, Anderson. Mrs. A Large, well built residence with P P aam g the: Arrival" .
C. Camp. Mrs. M. J. Boers. Mrs. J D. outbuildings, splendidly 16cated on Oca a mi ouse otS" "-
RpbertoI-. Mrs. E. Mi. Howard. Mrs. good street, envenient to depot Ns 71, -
E T. Helvenston. Mrs. M. C. ooney, a block of groId ample _ro n I.na u r r leer prcrlp uo0 s "
Mr William Anderson and Mrs. D. which to build three or four ot offer you beth -r asf &e'li ^
W. Davisl. boqsn a.houses. acash ctloe, cy. The Coart 5 :,.gn
either to live In or as an Iavestment.
AT TH AIR DOME this property Is the best bargaln la Mr. e -W -e W
the city. If tInterested call at or tel- a guest of the Oeala alit- -*
The Air Dome had a fine line of phone the Star oeff:. ^ :.- *.- i
pictures, exquisite music, beautiful .A ....p Pscrpo at, iH a t, I
weather and good crowds last night. LATE POST CAR delivered by ihe P
and bids fair to repeat the experience The largest llnet-nd the most up
this evenlag. You will miss much to-date new post cards in the ity are Mrs.ertle M. I..
pleasure If you *o not go. ; noy p jOla atVIeihe' he ewel- atie. arried i
See advertisement elsewhere! fer. the erk vist her eater
p.ramu for this evening. .
crIpAL FiI'm1f -t Attorner W. W. Ha
FOR A --Orange grove at South I have just revived a new sOpply ve, is at the O1a e j' -e
Lake Weir, now in full blo'm. Your ; .,if ectr ~c fttu Along'ttH are "
choice of a S. 9 or 10-acre grove at a sone handsome .,bracket fxtures and Mr. J. C. Devait, f
bargain for the next few days. Come! Tungston fixtures, Inverted or turned at the. Ocala House. M. Ewt ai
see me at once. W. N. Wilson. South down. H. W. Tucker. well known lawyer of that eUr. '':
Lake Weir. 3-13-2t
I r. Jam-er. o PATRICK'S DAY CAIS ittOr L,
Mr. James, Moyer. of Gainfvill is 10t^ -lrlO be business v: to.k.
In the city for a short visit to his sis- A l.retty iunet est Pdatrick's day h itWtt
tp- t cards just received at Welhe, the
tor, Miss Clara Runkel, at the Camp- Jeweles "Mrs. L. M. a*II jW
bell House. Mr. Moyer Is connected witah ..
with the Gainesvlle fire department av.e "r
and has been spectl ur re outfit, A HURRY UIP CALL t
with a ood .A of.Intre. ....s Quick' Tr.. 'I,.--: .-
b.,,ox" of Iinc 'e :Artl-she ---v.-hete'W -- =-
AI pmerwpt Sm aS to a&t the Antn- ^ te- -ej o m b se to
dmooty Dru odws at im- -11110ry!' U W bd. ed h teftdif -49.. .
drugs and chemicals guaraUteeW 0Bdir ."1 ma Iu Q w14 Eh aie . -
Sthe P ode F law. They use gWlbb MameI saM- Pa cumt wa*k fre 1 1 Co1ur1n
cbegdals, gearate. No. 75; ala pNI1-Bi- os4 ellt-sa 4 d yea t Tt r
iraaae l a csaM laboratory drug*, ache.. 'Sb& gOt, ft A14 soon cUrdS w- s ;:_ -c. .ui
nng eSqual guSlatee No. 6. Always the MfamllyI. -l tithgumrianteed !,
tohe bs, t.& .otts. earth.. p91 d al d ,* *
Jack Blair, *ho was in town today HORSES ALMOST YS4VN AWAY it h ,3wl
from OklawasI, said Lem Griggs who ad MItAr.' P. Bp i.: .
has M acrel na melons on the lake, has A few mre horses for sale by the meet of
a spledid sta d. They are beginning Tompki*as, Cobb C4inany. whtch WO
to rn. be closed out at f t-res. that wUill cei- i j1rilT in
pel buyers to' take note of the torti Al-te it at tsB H
One poue t paper and two pe.Os Tome ttk,0 b. AustC Meat
t avelop very best grade, for "
ost sue lopes, 6 o. P SFR H FSH ANM OYSTERS
I receive every da artal t stnton were ote .- ata, WI:
The beautiful peacock fowls in the URver choice oysters, both. Inside. and day. -.
city 3oo came down from Mr. J. T. Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water Ash
Britton, of Micanopy. and mullet. I can give you the best Messrs. C. K. Janrts au4ii& .l
in fish any oysters, fresh and prompt- tin. tombstone men, .are aS,&5 .
FOR SALE-My household furni- ly delivered. Phone 219 city market; Florida Hoam.
ture. Please call and inspect same. second stall on the lest. 1-20-tf
Abe Brown. -1-21 WILLIAM TUCKER. A few days ago a new upright ine
-- was placed in the high school depart-
Mr. J. J. *'flams, of Homosassa. A SpLL N JAW ment of the Ocala gh School,
through. Ocals, today to Atlanta. is not. p wr 01ast. WVhb"ether river
whe.obe went to further the location its, e s ca tfm toothel o er Mr. Lawrence Price, who bms o r a W
of a- 111tption camp at Hotae ,,,,t=. B ~~, t i with typhold fever at his, ~ig a
wir re e *Qhe sml ag i rela ate grt de .
Try the porter at the Commercial th .u n. Tt ant oure ..
Barbershop. He is the best shoe p9l- fo rhbftatm c U br ", ~,
laber In Ocala. He lines them for t e g -aey and all achebs Atb i .
cents. oM- by the AntLiWMnopoft O1 utre. r
John T. Lewis, Inspector of convict CAdTL E FOf. SALX -
crnpaey ws In town ody ohh, wyi A d oti? of a ab herd .onslstina ha.S y
h ais sure tof a goeop bell and- neveoal ee.ters, aged sn D e.tioP 1 het is
his-f fi y.ea,.t yo s4 ale v-. A argalu It and- several dfferent beinrieb se
We have a mot exquisite lne of p e aI in..o rite, H.. The bat l 5m'.
fancy Imported cblna in' many dif- son. 3-3-4wl this pbpiar hat31. XR Awll
fterent pieees. The Anti-Monopoly WiLLIAMS IOW*Y PILLS _________________________
Drugstore. .f -
Have yeo neglected your kaieeys?
Mrs. Rapaljl and daughter, Miss Rave you overworked year nervous
RapaUt. of Plalnsweld. N. J.. are In the system and caused trouble with- year .. .
city the guests of Mrs. IapalI's son. kidneys and bladder? Have yeu pains
who lives near Dr. &. Van Hood. Miss ke loms, sMid back, groins and bhad4
Rapalji Is a very charming and fasci- dee? Haey you a babby appearance
, eating young lady and her first visit of the face. especially under the eyes?
to Ocala Is sure to be a pleasant one. Too frequent a desire to pass urine?
If so. Williamat Kidey Pils will cure
Now to the time to plant your gar- you. old by the Atl-l.onopcly
den. We have aR kinds of garden Drugatera.
seed for faX panting. Tydings & Ce 1. C. Dark Mvlso l
Mr. G. D. Washburn and son. Frank, wil sell any make of second-hand 9bitUM
have been In Bellevlew on business and typewriter upon easr ter. it desired. l .Aa +


4 Pity Lots tor O
Must be Sold Today


Wanted Houses to Rent

Want to Handle Your Real Estte,
Look after and Collect yo0t Rents.

Wanted Some Small Tenement BHoues .aty

Wanted

$5,000.00
To Invest at Good Perceat


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Is a symbol of musical culture.


q You can usually est mute, with reasonable
accuracy, the intellectual aspirations in a hame
by the class of books in the library.

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To Introduce


PRTTS I" TUTORS
"Make Tor &Mi Lay."

25c Prop's Ann#el R lat r Iel
50c 35S
S I.00 75
$2.00 Pail $1.50

25c Pratt's Pitu, iat 18io
50c 35c

Grnd Boe per poad .... 5o
Scratch Feed 35c per Peck
h- Pek 35c


S0. K. GROCERY


OCALA PRESSIK8 CLUB
J. J. FORT, Prepeter
Rates reasonable-All goods
Pressed and Cleaned on Short No-
tice and Delivered Promptly. All
transient work not called for ir 30
days wil- e sold for charges.


GEORGE FIX
PRACTICAL BRICK MASON
Red and Fire Brick Work
Specli.l attention to repairing fur-
naces, boiler setting and Dutch ovens,
brick klins and baker's ovens. If your
boiler doesn't steam as it should, send
for me, I am the doctor.
All Work Guaranteed
No distance too great and no hour
too late to respond. At Carlton House,
Ocala. Fla.


ICE


Best Quality

Prompt Service

Lowest Price
an yfr be
BLUE WAGONS
0CALA ICE AND PACKING CO
MEFFERT A TAYLOR


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apend seseeuctlos.
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uldews" at Oourtmay.
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"I propose asw ecd o.eaptaels
coolly, "to edeavwi-
t wahis voe that there st Wt4
miht hear, to ver the poi te
so wewr resolTed to nwale ous
pwy'without tartber wNW The
Second ocer. outald. o the butdss.
had to cling to & stesack f for hbbfs.
Courtenay and Boyle saw two bOat
wrenched from their davft a"d car-
rid oaerboad, whie a befthead for-
ward was manhied into hwe
The hal caste quartermaster at the
wheel muttered "Madomumr and tied
to remember a prayer.
"I propose." comSfted CoM"t"em .
raising hisT voce O athe other
might bear, 'to give t sO- is Wuerits


NOTICE


1 Of Application for Leave to Sell
Minor's Land
Notice is hereby given that on the
1st day of April. A. D.. 1909. I will
apply to Honorable Joseph Bell. coun-
ty Judge In and for Marion county,
state of Florida, at his office In Ocala,
In said county, for an order author-
silng me. as guardian of the minor
heirs of the estate of George M. Long.
deceased, to sell at private sale the
following property belonging to said
estate to-wit: Lots fifty-five, fifty-
six. fifty-nine and all that portlop of
lot nine (9) commencing at a stake In
the northeast corner of said lot, thence
running northwesterly 1290 feet to a
stake, thence southerly 1328 to a
stake, thence easterly 1700 feet to a
stake, thence northerly 1178 feet to
point of beginning, containing 41.89-
100 acres more or less of J. H. Camp-
bell's survey of 8. Fernandez Grant.
S and lots one and two of section twen-
ty-one and lot one of section twenty-
eight. township thirteen south, range
twenty-one east, lying and being In
Marion county, state of Florida. Said
lands belonging to the estate of the
mfd George M. Long, deceased, to be
sold for the best interests of said
minor heirs.
This 27th' day of February. 1909.
Annie E. Long, As Guardian.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 488, Laws of Florida. \
Notice Is hereby given that J. W.
Morrison. purchaser of tax certifi-
cates Nos. 486, 485, 487. dated the 4th
day (of June. A. D. 1906, has filed said
h. certificates in my office, and has made
appli.-ation for tax deed to issue In
S accordance with law. Said certif-
icates embrace the following describ-
ed property situatedd in Marion coun-
ty, Florida. to-wit: Nw4 of ne4 and
S e*% )f ne% of neLt; also 6.32 chs
nortr. and south by 15.1I chs east and
west in southeast corner of ne'4-all
In section 4. township 16. range 21
east. The said land being assessed at
the slate of issuance of such certif-
icate.4 in the names of Fred Baker.
Rebecca Tisklay and Marriett Hamp-
ton. Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 22nd day of
March. A. D. 1909.
Witness my oftlcia;l signature and
seal this the 17th day of February. A.
D. 11609. S. T. SISTRU.NIK.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla


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had to i9g too- etdtalmfItbwolg.
way by hosting the toeamIl. Will you
me to t? Then I intod to warm the
paSusgeras nd maie me. plapm-
tions as are posalbe before we strike."
"Hahl." agreed Mr. Doyle. B took
the short cut ov the rasl. la ew
mecodsa the captain beard a w et
ornate pmAih, and he kMw theA t Mr.
Boyle was attiag the naeat OO
to work. .
Then Coortemay t to hI e a
caito, In which, la the ha t hia
exit, he had .IsadmmeSd W'e. The
dog received hiM wft doI*. for Jesy
knew a real -le from a sam ow -w
well as any man before the ast.
Courtenay paited his haind. Opel a
drawer to the wr it taMbe -al d-
forth two pb oto-a wh ch I lm
ed. He replaced them, Iokel the
drawer and west out. letg the dog
come with him. That was his farewell
to his mother and shltu. It wm the
amt and last a otf m. Ift m -he ex-
Iibited ddtig that at g eo at e-
durance.
When he returned from the alo he
found the chief oN r sextelhaa the
chart
"Do yoa thlik we have na e haee
of making Comeepek stratmr he ask.
ed, pointing to the do eo lly rxed
chmanel wlUh separates H w and
Duke ot tork Maia.
-It west the m we 1gxt
bear up a Mt."
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