Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 03 15, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03115
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. 247.


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a~The kind that wont
It;weer rut, or u.;w 0e0
Give thec same do-able everl"USa-

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The Unmmomly CoedKIMd"

He B. MASTERS 00's

Agents in Ocala.


Office Over Munroe & Chamblid





Rooms 9. o10 and II,
Second Floor, Holder Block,



Dental Surgeon
Office ver Ciuerctul -I-
Phone 211
Office Hours-8 to 12 a. m.; i toeSm.

Charles D. Hulbert, M. D.

BKtpathlc Physicia
ad Serg
Office Second Floor The Munroe ad
Chainbllss jank Building. Ocalae
Telephones: Office, 222; Residence, 2l-
Offlce Hour
9-12 IL m.. 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-83 m. .


Plans furnished
on application.

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All careful
women use

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Wcman who suffer frema -*
vore headaches. and aUl dima.:
as doe toa torpid liver, showa
not fil theirstomach with ,mt.
omol and other drugs.


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Address of Dr. L Van Heed elmr
the Woman's Clb et ao.a,
Pri.lay. Marmh 1 3

Ladles of thr Ocala eMaa'J cuab
and Iriend : 'o be asked to addreim
this body Is an homor whi I -atre
you Is appreciated. By way of aasiogy
let me beg that you w i pardon ome
plain language, beeatie even the most
sclentlfical treatise on thia sabect
touches so much that is tedulting a
to make the paper unj)*tlb'ae except
for the fact that a great ease Is In-
volved. .
The subject assigned is Ake a ad
Of the many varieties of Mak ane
only is of Interest, vi: The bame fly.
musea domestics, stand. of u *atei
only two varietee e4a- e e~ielred,
vis: the *mwprwet- or *maMitlb .mter,
and the stegomyle or yatr we ltear-
Some things commnob to botf ltu
and mosquitoes may be noted:
1. Both are factorshn ai- ae.
2. Both have affinity for human
S. Both are nuslanes. wIespctive
qf their connection with A Smms, aa
play no part. so far as haowmn, the
welfare of the human rMae
The house fly wil be eem, ered
flrst. It passe hreigh fotr utag
of development, the aM Othe oma t-,C
the pupa and the adil ., The gsema
appearance of the latter Is tee woe
known to need denarlptflM. sIdieaet.
to say, having asno ineS. It spriag.
into existence a tMfue-eed adult,
"alert, persistent and kbtelble.
Its breeding place tol i'the bemps
from badly kept hore staiblWs, pm-
latrines and in middeUm loatem
back yards of bhooes hot pwided
with proper sewerage; o aasi, in
rotting vegetabhes, n the l ab eof
dead and decayhfg aq alna* d other
As to its habits. It is ftmed all
places where It is bred and can be
seen, breedlag there lam rat numOs.
If It chose to tfeat theatre proab
all would be well but it. biaets o
coming Into the dwellng and eating
from the table and pVoeiag ery.-
thing it Uights upon wir It dfty,
feet. A story I told that a malta
Inspector threw ome .powdered Ia
Into a latrine Wbhih was swamalg
with files. The lvaeets alret*d with
the lime aroe lMke a hto Me dead ts
flew away. He then h a oaea-o to
go Into the house naet doer ad, aa the
cook was comphlar1ntg of the ~daa-
ance of fies, his atteqton was att"et-
ed to their "white w oA' ad ".hba.
He recognized In the later the agn*.
brood be bad driven from the sdigh-
boring latrine.
The diseases possibly avsed by
files are typheld fever, t Cteollsls.
sore eyes, diphtheria. erysipelas, chol-
era an4 -thers. They feed by pne r-
ence on eaxr.e. rkt.i matter .t terd
excreta of diseased human b a
one.can readily u dertao- i u Ow
antine restrictoMs might fItile I
these pests are alltoed to "t,
Maralatoa athe the t
times reveal the fatst thbetayo
with bacteria and -miA-
and vegetable parases. : -
What cam be dMa., bh, tML
or prevent their eu'nadtoa aaes .|
L Screen dwemuag s
2. Ceansulne, wh .10 e enm
eating everythIng tat y bree
*. If that Is 1 Mnabe, thMa *n
breedI n g places E age ,Ia
poured over thm t .ar
a week, asace swt trem a-,t
every caibt day.
4. Hocm stable eald ibe i ih
as possible and welt veatiaed th
eggs cannot extlt.w thout molatae
L. 'ee" p gaWge emasvere
8o much "forfleu.
The marshy pR. twe Ve0,6 et
and hot weather and bad -Saltatiom
are all calqlatetd to amravate r akM -
rial Inflaeneas where the latter al-
ready exist. therefore theMy are to be
abated or gotten rid f it ppmalbe. But
the truth la, eat of these an pro-
duce or transit maltlari. That te the
role of the mosquito,. and the aoe-
quito only, a female maesquite the Aa-
The? aed t- is e- eytlrily. mad
In stgmnaat br s ll he a ra re *
enee. A few water to a
flower vae or wmtert-teMr as a a m *
occupied roeom, or la i- p %ai vama,
on a flat root, or a emadptm ata ama
or empty bottles in thehack pait, ai
produce meaquitoes a a atold ba~-
oasis. Ponda, ancovered citeras asd
water hamess arne eserse. mm
tavrable to their growth.
Prom the time the sa laid to
the full grown bseat Is about one
week. A part of this time the mos-
quto exists as a wigser. Before the
oe or three weeks mnt theam oee
or are 4estwcde by animal aameees

or by eneles..which are wmerous. A
xmal per en1t live.
How dioe the AnoG te* tranmlt
She Mtes a peram suffering with
malaria and geta a amber af t astal
germs along with her iNeat of blood.
The se gna (ar certal aea). stra&N
to ;ay. aow e i Oin the musants.
They % began to Mw at am la the
stomach ofat the 0 bot sa to
.eiht days they are t'e or .matae.
If this mOeetito neM b ia a meam

MUMOr ft VWU40WAIW M et frOm
1211080WOMcannot be ft*Uatada"
nub& to grWON -i060 f the Mliqg
body an artfkl food elsuh asutae
Jelly or beafll~i. as ma the 43C o
dlPbtheri& tuereulsin. wsis~e
ete. Theycap. bow~vs. be essil
sema with te am .otf emieoseg,
both In the blood of humman below
and In meosqtoes.
.These awe about the facts aseoug'd
to latest aethorkies in rapitgo. go
Anopbeleft ve out of the go- wades
%AC imusarlal muter., bavisc be
found In 5ierisa.
The hitmy of- the tgahan
fUs reistlom to yellow fwS eawubft bb
a chapter INomthe SLAIubtom ights
Pbr upward, of a century yellow fever
bas At fruegdma Intervalsclhimed its
vlethas in Cuba and la our South-
bust by the -tems at I as,

pampa mufst aeW smmom

being crippled- No timey com ex-,
p"the diem"..a WbtMfY usin,
in 1881 the maesquifte iesinteI'ed
brain at Drc. C~lSOM atoy. -a SDrub

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comld be 11 som .4 Uhilim I*
sio" tht t~me Nmawam flt".0mr
h"old "M ylw' eer. 'b"ns h"
than a 6bern osam"& nr~.

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At the mane time the cmasa
Its members to vote for the
by the hteoMtg house of the .les
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Bishop Abraham GeOmai, oMt
Kanss City. spent snm~ to faM .
comnc hbere from St. Aatlas. BMe
preach Sunday at the A. M. 31
church. Mount Soa, Rev. D X. BXam
ter, pastor. ,
In the morning be spoke to the iu*.
day school and gave tbem a adMlM-
ble talk am temperaoe. HUe tolM
children they could not a be h eat,.
but they could be good aMt that
what counted wondert--t
senaship and Christian eharaestar.
In the afternoon he preamhed to a
large congregaton. Be took his at
from Jeremiah, the wicked nseed at
Sebylon, and said the le a1. t m -
tory demonstrated that san assess
that followed In God'e f ts I-a i-
eam* feat and Uomft. winee th
who torsook Gets ways suAiered a
their Inkuittiea. -
He said t seemed to hem ta pym
pie of his race mwer t m as eagr
In years gone to seek after OGdhr
words and worship at hisba ttstool.
He said then there were great gtht-
eriasp ad great revivals at em -
meetlnis which now had almost de-
clined to a forgetfultnea and the
duty of mankind to be more esleo
and eager to find God's way. He said
the watchword of the Seth century
was Individual effort and that woae-
derful results for good had come frte
It. He iantanced the case o the Mte,
Bishop McCabe, who bad prebhed a
sennormon along this Ite s tied es
his heawers baees Irsat Iar 'It ht,
the presentation of the -ib*& rr
eral months peaed a"d as hoep ,
met the same man on the tradi t
renewed the conversatlm 1nar thig
line and It so impressed the mn that
he save his heart to God aad eat qf
that act this man, a vary y prmaM
tItisen, became deeply MftoeWe Ih
rescuing his allen fellow -m a the
large cities and by him e atvildual
orts and the oooperati onf e*ba~ r
through his interest Ia hmN l, eN-
tabllsbhed U reino homes a n
a million people have boea
through them and thbimnadte -ate
see the error of their ways Mad ,te
their hearts and their lives to ChMt.
He Instanced the fact that there.
were millons of professed Chrisdae
on the church and'the world who tar-
er appealed to others emna utm a
church to come In and yet thise is t
they are bidden to do by the oA
He spoke of two men who had bees
rqommates for ten years. They wW
good friends and one of them was
about to leave when the other mald,
"Good-by. my frend, a God. bles
you." When the other rem- -1,1
'*Tou speak like a Chrlata." The
reply 41 hope I It. I Pals- to
be o Well, reapeadel the de-
parting friend "This is the amt t lMe
you hase ev*r steMtaed 4 me p-o
were o e.*:
Whet the Mashoe wa s*a I -pmGW
the edater of the Chroaleto fat t-
great ciy -tor owed hhj a d sd -s
ed to know what wpareoe his *e-
pie were making along lne a 0 1-
senship. He said the IMrementS
were marked and most Mamlen~ alt
Ia all of his anlaterial lab ad
experience and obsem oervaa I h e*t-
p Ie liwrida he knmw at- ano-inue I
com- a that aowe t his '- e
than among his ow tao s c fe he.
They wee doing *sapamft, -"
homes. eduontlag the*r e cmm 11.
d an d seupportanga e sates adklr
lah lives of damfestie p at.
Md a4POInes that it w s a
to we petP OGt the 0 ot0 twW r
Mas a pleasure to teemly orCC 1
dia teolsg a sd good wiN age
whites had for the haa A .
black man had to do We. t r
himself worthy of i thtem oe db e e
has wute wnigbor. In this
the bishop certainly paid Oeal- a
hMgh ocamlumert. .
The M-oi p aepe with aaeoa-part1
uclidity that was *a-*Ng arst"

two of the defeated Casilat taao

his audlesce that he started a regular
camp meeting fever And aguaht av-
eral deson to the rmeemn'a enme.h
The effect of the biahag'e words -
his audience was truly -1 ilal
The biahop was hera Ia IS8s GWi
Fla. over W years aga At 1 h be-
came a convert to Chaet ar aeat
them has been ccama t -ad lg '
to his mater and step by at p W ai
vanced in the good opinion sar estlk

nation of the church unti M ye a]
ago be was ordained bishop adt ha
had charge of the Sth dittet wth
headquarters at Kasaes Citr. an
bishoprie has been marked wfth rSt
results and he is reputed wM"h O
credit of having dome me Iaed
greater church work them a fte Sth-
er colored bishops of his aitIk eg
Is one of the committee, with Ped-
dent Taft. Andrew Car* ge at
Booker Washlnstos, who have o~gu
.of the Jamea ant fr Othe BI
of education am r the coim red e
of the 80ath.
He wIN lecture tedght at Sm A.
M. I church, free. on "The mains
Room In the Worid." A treat i&l,
those who attend. It isa M y~Mst o
he vitted Ocals. -

The special samees 01 -I
od last night. A lea1W u
ood latermt two e*"

to the papsw Air --*oa a
gtiing nsoe4 o the
doy. to ia. Amd seeai
premed to ts memb'rs
who blIngt teir
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Firstand Moat LaxpeeiveCaimes he

%etelmeJAft aaym* a-aft eoBr
sevengrown of milk batti4s.thm'
from ra to 7 % cents each, or S
in the aggregaw .Where, do teSp
bottles gO? A few areXmp

them dm fther .U0SS Uw
the coks tke bww Nam $10 It or
)", befe 1,0" home 1 -"d.y *a

tdois lat tme mlof "
as hea Sefts for' tbaI U *,

-hsly tws tboh ew8is .
sa Be.' of. Ti. Q isll
to put them a e-Ib o5 S1we,

elbkgbethbottles al

I. mes two b-. t e-a51TIF

'mm -x he
gow, AWd ANNA bk~t-R
Thes eam- $0'. -Al1, ,*41*-

Usmbto Pa it&
*~fthem "006 "t 4* t *-l
Um mw a stke al wf *te botle
&",ae &.'nwicto abim *=b
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If yo waat somethng sgoot d atoft ai n an thlathe -a SW
large, wen ventlate rooame to sldep ma miemwei at lmed to
ta: bath room, both ed a weB .da m MAGsi G aMs
ter. For partlcaul e o
dress, Mrs. Xflw r, N f Wef Id f
street. -a"

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'A fftMe Luau%* .1iaR~ii^ ^**

When nt a hurry for a srave or
so.t Cm to th s e .' ^r .

Woe. an a l'f i *
A.Wi bedm :^, :Cas :,.*r, *!-:" 8634
sa ar-fassists. H- ~a^U~

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K. of P. meet tnmlt .
..4 Phone or Lsed yo7' pVep i
4the Court Pbam .;..,

Mr. John T. Moop TsaM. 4h{
yesterday in the city wit hip ftay.

Red Cross PlaUters for lame bel.'
25c. at the Postofi .e Drugture.

t'. Plank's Chill Tonc. QOmN Ie"
te.*d. Price Sc. Bold by alJ dr1till0

wunnally's flne candle frea every
W k at the PostotAce -Druater.

Try an electric 'I *' |3 fW *
/hat headache. Commetal -
hnp. 4 +
SIn the mayoe cat thi W amorn
J. B. Terrell was Sued $10 ftr gwbt

FOR XENT-sx-ro4-i tl B "sneaot
Presbyterian ehurheL Apply T. C
Thomnen at postofl.e. -$-.1..8 .
Dr. H. C. Grovmew eae 0t lwst a 0l
from Tampa to p, a fi days
the city.

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'Bond u up yw Ocewipmesbusism.
We art qtboroMta Iyproparei. to
It. TyOiUCs & (Co
Miss Carrie Miflirler ornsafter a
two weew' v. Vw to10 epw, i, m lo
Myra MeMi~aS V(ofe

Where 1*IstK
Where Is what? l
why. the COmmrc"WV iWppW
Mr. and Ural~
their = url 30 Am*i
Nurney oV SuffaW T.'V.

Mmhles typewriter? It. C.- Dsb VIa A 1
generl agents.

Mr, aaid lMme.Jana Egeof COW-
town somt yPestery .0a 0 & est
the*r eouusbf% Mr. as& Mrs. X3.,K
'Howard. Mr.. Bafter t m .
pecially to attend'the 11 o'cloek-s-*W!
vilce at Orace SpimcopaI church.
In our preuerliptl" bprles *
offer you beth I -ia a(E'~-
lency. The Cotirt P&atina.

Mms.Wilcox and da~ugtp% mks
Mamie Wilcox. who are spending this
mouth the guests -of .Mms. X W. Powr-
Yom, went out 4o Marte "4tj~nr.,
momn to visit until, W d
Mrs. ID. C. Edwards left.VPiki y14W'
Gainesville. 'where shze will vist her
dauglitet. Mrs.J. D.1. tigeoIr
"Vueraj weeks.
Miss Aubele ad usar4 ed bat.t'.._
day Iro a few day% vkal ut.1040b
W** with Mrs. J, M. No*. -' so,$',s
agapin -the puest of betee ,
W' argo" Tayoft..:

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