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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 03 16, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03116
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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m MCir n THrI MAKING UP FOR LOT TWWMWE A
LA Bi gCrep of Tragedies Goaerd in
s th Metrepelis f the Stat --
8 A EDRSE OF QLAUTY A ddressf E. V acksonve ins not, as a eral A 9e w l-e h ANwmd
*I. 1 an rstbie m t 5t the V/oman's Club f 0t ealso but when n city: dt tas0W
Friday. March 14 I* business, a the other he to A i
FRL tsui. LIGHT and STRiG state misht as weB sit deow ad rest
Men aor Wommen' Lie Like l 'until the smoke*eClearsw Thtac. March 3w .
$2.00 the bx o' s!X ' (on.ia i on yesterday) Priday nbght. R. A. IIua.phrelp, an 81 sa s a tM Tatbms h
Men* and Wmt' Pure Silkl old farmer lvtIy west of the city. ad ed a bill to be entitledd *A set" a
e who had made the too frequent mls- Ing the oficeof pa a wv. O I fDf $ 1
Jot the kind yu'r looking fir. Now Long Do Mosquittee Live? take of marrying a girl young enough which wMi be presented th e In .
Are Your And In a very xastive article o home suddenly and fond his wife at- HO. John L Neeleyresti d
Hose as Just mosquitoes written by Dr. Hyram cepting the attentions of Tom Me- member of the hoese a stropejmt
Byrd, he answers in detail. He says, Manus, a man some forty years near- ties from Leon agsuty. Mr. SkW Thr
how long do mosquitoes live Is a or her own age. Instead of giving moms' two years' service as ex oet'e
This as The question often asked. It is root .esy the two children his blesn. Htum- secretary of the beard of pauim baa o M
Sto answer, for the reason that In con- phres emptied a otgnInto made him thoroughly
finement they nay not live their al- killing the mam and mortaly w Jl- with the crditles of the present r-
lotted time. And tae spe,& o fe is Ing the girl. 'He then went to Jack- d Intg system as .t obtain n in C- O 00 IDt"Uo ,j Wl
probably greater in some species than sonville and gave hlmelf up. -doubt- Id, and gives him the drht to speak.
others. The Stegomtla fasciatus s less relying on the unwritten law. He with authority upon the oef esity at
been kept alive for five months. So should be hung, but he won t be. more uor-to-date legislatsi upe. th w h
has the Culex. Mr. Smith thinks that The girl's moter-Mrs. A. J. Whit- detail of executive dut
e a e Culices i some thred or four weeks, the tragedy, wandered to Cedar Cfee, Ala. but hes lived s oris
He Be MASTERS 0-e thve aliIe life of our commoner taker, of Jacksonvfle, on hating of Mr. Si uMM wa bor l Ine S315 I a
and that Anophe'es live somewhat Springs. some miles from the city, and since 11184. He was two years pu-
AgRentS In Ocala enr It is certain, st, that they drowned herself, her body being ound vate secretary to Qov. broward bt
p in O a. live long enough to reproduce their Sunday morning. Probably remorse O the In l ming of the p-re1wt
-- offspring, and. 2nd, that they breed that she had allowed her 14-year-old mlilstration went back to the prae-
fast, enough to malntain the abun- daughter to make such an April-to- twice of law -
R D, F'UI LL'R dance, and, 3rd. that they bite often December union had mueh To do with etqter *f thr eLL &E O. B
ULL enough to transmit disease. And her act 4 Under the present law ovrealag
these are, after all, the vital facts. Meanwhile, the gir-wlife Is In a appleations for pardon the oSly pri-
DENTAL SURGEON Mosquitoes. like most other insect, hospital hanging to existence by a i ns notice required te p aW'
and. Indeed, .ost of the lower orga- -thread and wondeplag in her brief pubO in. t he Snty where the ap .
O/ice Over Munroe & Chambflis/ tisms, reproduce very rapidly and minutes of cosoleManees why her pieai t wan covicted.& in fagl5 r 0 pe
Bank earth In a very little while. But naq- Philip Baker, of Detray. hel a po- Uoat*on i gives no natlo e to aimS .0 M M E
OCALA - FLORIDA' ture provides checks and counter- sition for a few days in JacksoSnvlle. ber of the vpuad -.S. Maayi
cheelk for such rapid multiplication. lost It, and Instead o calling for a hundreds of appilcats each y~ S,
TERMS. CASH. Whether there are any creatures that new deal took a Pose orf hiUaw plr fo4r pa each as havf 'at
prey upon the eggs or not, It la cer- Sunday, with fatal effect. coitattltoRal rtt to have bg as
tain that large per cent. of them About the same time, Josep" Plda e7 taBy hIe -cousu T
S*AC never hatch. In the larval or w ler a cigar maker, suffertg with coa- f eases are- presented ersy
J. .. Cn CE state they have many enemies. Min- sumptIon, put a pistol bullet through at tewr.s. TheMesmbers of rA6 te a aa pa
nows eat them, the larvae of dragon- his head. which remedy for the gmt doateg, bout provided by tbo c -J .S
iDENTAL SU RGEO C fLies and bottles eat them. disease at- whteplague proved efflcaclous In a tutiu #Vtare c"v*e oe s" f-a d. tl.A
Rtacks them, fungi get on them and few hour. the executive department, w os t *
Rooms 9, to and i, kill them; they die for lack of food, Jacksonville can deliver the m -s tIs fully oocupled with the J ale We
Second Floor, Holder Block, they sometimes eat one another, they tlonalg oods when she tries, duties of their respective ofees, o g -'
OCALA, FLORIDA. get entangled in threads of *plrogyra that It has been found lID>t..e sthe W e- o icit dohmt- .
or underfloating leaves and drown. State of Ohio. City of Toledo, to hold more than one meeting each
The water dries up before they are Lucas County. a. month, and it has been the rule rath-
TERMS, CASH. grown and millions of them perish Frank J. Cheney makes oath that er than the exception that as many a ni ."-.....'"
... , in this way. Finally, when they are he is senior partner of the Mrm of a thirty 9F forty cases have be"a pr-
ready to emerge 'rom the papa. the J. Cheney & Co. doing business In te .sented at each -eetle sg As a i~li
L I A p cast-offt kin serving a a beat for the city of Toledo, county an state afore- of these condition t he aLp. -
L R DLALOCK casting to take place In, frequently ma, and that said frm will par the the t conieratio .* *ach eae '
capsizes and the mosquito dies at the m of ON HUeNbaRuD DOLARS w y W prtesup and, there amft
v iery threshold ef existence. And ftr each and every case of Catarirh or leswa question atgueawor.L
D nll Suro those that do hatch successfully now that cannot be cured by the use of Then, too, In many cases probably
--I 91Ug Crel i have to take their chances among Hairas Catarrh Cure. In the majority, the evidem nce pe
dragon flies, bats Isards, tods, Prank J. Cheney. which the applicants w"a vie ,t .
Phn TT Dight hawks aAK &atst of other ene- Sworn to before me and subscribed has not been preserved and the .
rmW ie21. in my presence, this 6th dAy ot Da- ana prosectll atItarmey have -
Offee Hours-8 to 12 a. m.; 1tS.m W NK-'to VON- ceombereA. D. XISI ed the attorneys for p a -n*
The Ocala B oard ot Health has A. W. Gleason. Notary PuVbtic they have forgotten the vba k a t
TERMS. CASH. suggtions to which yor at- Hall's Catrr Cure Is taken Iter- It. Ts makes It necessary to sob-
-- - -- tention sl invited; nally, and acts directly on the blood stitute the thestielmay as f It i e
and mueous surfaces of the system. mmmubcred byW sMe 0 or poersma. and
ahlesa nb utGUo n iin Send for testimonials free. It 4s no reflection either pn the ..-.
Charles D. Huler, D. Recommended by thq City Board of P. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, O. plichat or his attorney thtt the tao.
Health. Sold by all drgg'sts. 76c. Take ments thus secured might be n*Et
1. The netting b Iould have meshes Halls Fsily Ps tefor cotipation. favorable to the appieant. -
fine enough to prevent the pasoge of A Pades@ Attome y.
mosquitoes (at least 18-2 meshes to Masons meet Thursday evertbh. The proposed bill provide for the
the inch). appointment of a pard attll rs,.ey.
Qfce Second Floor The Munroe and 2 It is important to screen the whom any permos Ilutendlag to make
Chambliss Bank BuidIna. Ocala. windows and doors of the house. It a is1 application for pardon shal give at d
Florida. doubly important to screen te beds T E L least thirty days of at sa I 01-
Telephones: Offce, 22; Repidence, 221 of feverfpatient tetion; whereupon It shaUll become
SMosquitoes a bite through the duty of the parda a to t- ,14 "1
D*Me N rs neto" nete when any part of the stitute a thorough ln.v a -' -'f 1 "eti e
-12 a. m., -4 p. m, 7:.U-83 a. tt's body is In contact with the fact and eircumsteaees eonn a f
netting. b the with the condition and sentence W-4 OU
4. Frequent e nmlatlons should. be OpeW into the lobby of the applicant, and of his prison ee- ls aewfI5 ll
Made to see that there are no torn O House. ord and to report the result of h la- ,
places in the fftg or that no mo- vestigaten to the board. of pardo C
A quitoes have a oemet Offers the best rvie of at -the time the applicant is present-
side S killed workmen Wit modern ap. ed, attahing to uch report a c m- I
CONTR A MTE A A.5' The nettlin should be well n cs.S.-r-c.t& sanitry -ec ptea of all 4oeumadetary essasman
tucked in to keep moeqaltoeq from PhanCes ??I& *m..E' gathered by him luring the laimoti-B, yar pm W.
POIm frnshed entering trc fans, electric massi e r
'Ok'& If mosquitoes are found within *. - It Is plo that waseo t
On pploatiOn the netting they ,she be kmed in- -apevo of coumuepvit report to e ..- :'-'.
1.9-. isi 46. -rside and not merely driven or shake VINCENT C. OETTERECH. MW~agsr. dea attorney the uame at any erAvI *B'I u f a
.RL o. Dex ut .-edl.-. who i tota ,i.,...a from la&|
7. All cases of fever should be means or Interesta friends to h.
Promptly reported to the local health lhis application pimented to te bad
otfeer. Awaitlng his arrival they ithat thetter.y shall thoro ly l- .. a
should be covered with a mosquito EVIMt--t hb e9h@ ea and, if it seem
S. Mosquitoes live in the vicinity In Cessetio With t he repot nUs tpo a 4pekia e with thei t|
int which they breed. They do not of- -- pi6epar i a of -a ap'l."'-for the '
*lten flyI a long distance. Sktisd workmen and courteoe *. pardon of such evict, to be pre- IL' "<
g. Mosquitoes breed only in water tentlo uto alL Special attention to sented to the board of pardons t s I1t6 & is | ,
-usuMally in artifcial collections of h-ldren. regular order. | I 1 '
lr sh water. Condition f PardeM.
l e. The young mosquito, or wig- ELECTRIC MASSAGE T r d tes.
S gles, lives in water at least seven to -he- t a I
twelve days HOT AND COLD WATER FlorIda are comltloed that the poer-a


uaeaU 12. Coal oil on the surface of the k these conditlos e eu be re-ear-
Skoukld use -water prevents the wlgers from' - cer tedT -... T .bID m It -.
breta uhg t'y of ` "a to -
--1 toy tIe rethteg Piaes C. J. PHILLIPS thoroul..y arnvt.t BW. a1 : -sit
and you wil desftin te meeqaltoes. anst p5 O ibiSO wn-
A-ERS1 N-5S S -I i 1- --aS^
14. Empty the water from All 'tubs, M C ads "ad tferms oatthe indiimuathis i-q-
tgt Ibuckets, cans, fower pots. UaseG onme do andto aet the ret f bi
'every forty-eight hours and at least Plemsd Speriicoioi, Febuishddoos, It aso hdt
; %a Mss usrab once a wuo aleek. k M P KIeoi tIo
~st~ouzgij~. gjg~imi 16i. Flu ator alsan 004. ~ke UP" eisRq wes.1. a complete 4host of teahease, amd' ,~ ~.

*Mus ennttor-11 ow ( eo a Goa Ph. a"Wt het *and rorte to t^hosvv.
WhyauffofromseM4 St. -ernor bim-enniallg. mbodytng in 5uEj ""
aches, UTIO lWftlng99MU It- 16 haw 7i5SU"iP WOv ry 19 fewf'fd t
Ia aiwar eda k nrepotThe b1 m tat t Wathaw
coall- kennols. tc. as wah6 P.. -d 130 constitution requibs t t v Sernor.. to
ke** t. -,.-.xH T R A
n. 100.. U a.rio1a7. 11. Treat with Woal oP anOtandin suba mit to the 1l eaturo. .
Wl 5K"77WU water wehiCanso hbe srore The bill poiesthatt pa
0Commadtonwine1attrneyShaneslected by -
-~Square feet at inface). The .11 60e jorlty vote ofthem members of4 the
IN*tafet" the WOON orCuse. V hR U BY rardolgbo@A eappoint"bY
Ei. When ti Is so~eto standing of suear tp teL-


'-mr" tons, etam ste toas wateraien eyoug.s-w-
Uedmrin. eydy ~-- Ctyhoresberde b tedonatim, th
sl oe Wmteal.R
1 ISOMPl eswbe f t is ineutiabl 1 bau" M"Mo f dak A HURRYUP CALL.
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HOOD'S ADVICE ON HEALTH

lecture and*prolt by It. It is a& Rsod
advice. and most o it aa b easily
carried out and sav meh a

BISHOP RQANTS LECTIM
Bishop Grants lecture it nht at
the A. M. Z. church, 3e, ~ .$. Bait-
ter, pastor, drew a lrge bem, eam-
siderng the disagreeable mosphere
outside. His subject was "The Larg-
est Room In the World." He said that
room was elf-ImprovemenLt vSery-
thing ea be improved but lost 'te,
that never can be recalled. On e the
things desirable s boew to think alow
right lines, to sppre l the tower la-
stinete and to acutivat 4W- luer
ones in your ofe.
The speaker has onfte i0 eea a d
where he be receIlv ise M det lL f0
reply has Invariably been t he "tMs-
versity of adversity." If yo ar Im-
bued with the proper comoeptlea of
life, adversity brings out what is ti
you. He reprehended the moone-st
of his race as well.as others, s d-
onlng the farm, the country liVe sad
crowding Into the city. 'What do yo
see among the poor i great amtms
of popWlation* 'Tour ch dl erore o
credit, live n the Istallm nt plea
and die on crilt*
He spoke of books: geod books. the
love of which was an inheritance that
would stay with one through life, an
paid a glowing tribute to Andrew
Carnegie. who said his s-oese In lfe
came from a fremd-ftl =ad loIe of
good books and rom this sentient
came Mr. Carne ge's ambition to de-
vote a lar part of his wealth
create libraries, that others mlht se-
cure the same blessing that came to
him through good books. It Is not
quantity. but quality that tells the
story of benefits received. am good
book wel read s ta"ted is worth
a library uncultivated.
thinkk of It, that master mnd of
the world, peare used In his
works 6.00 qoftetiret from the Bio
Think of the umilis that read. ad-
mire and rejolac toa the wisdom they
confer, and then reflect. how few by
comparison so to the somver of all
knowledge and t-0_4uptn. the Bible.
Mind rules matter, so cultivate yor
mind and heart. The body may fta
by the wayside, but the mind rides on
trumphat to glory and eternal hap-
tess. Her e dw an Inspiring
picture of the human mind, with his
feet on the earth, but with his Bnli
inspired and Inflamed with the glorie
ofe asod' hd. he n im Intellectual
ladders .i1 bhe dissovarel the aler-
Ies and ales a pte ft aatmem t and
looked iato hdam.
Be rpoke ot the dignity of labor.
the hon ,andb h ol.ist f woar viit
dos, W&ipr* ^S 'f ita MW
how te thaete b If-t- Iteed
with the woath of hi werk ma e It
resplendent wit smrvies wven dome
and the spprecmaUma that a pmso
who knows how andodoes if always la
request.Th bw h a open sesume
It the oeuat of atrtvee ad as ea-
tion perfets' labor, s e It ato a
costs, and not oaly use It for r oiwn
betterment bu tfor the aley o 1 od.
.31e wa ges et, know lht Race
had Impeed 4t hr -at -0o their

service to -hs race oC aooks her -
It often and saw the w eays It eon-
ferred on all who entered Its doors.
The solgol wau a seooss becaue ev-
ery one of the Wr pupls when they
went ther hid a purpose In view.
They had to make up t-er mids
what they would t themselves fort
and when they passed out they set to
doing that for which they trailed.
How diferent this method to one of
almlemesa; don't know what ill do
when I get through school. The per-
mn who has an aim la,,fe sad never
He deplored the fact that parsets
neglect their chdren; do not illult
them property at home. Here i were
the foundation Is laid. It you nalect


It troubles distress ad su
mus ha yoars.
He spoke of the blesdinm and bea-
eits that came to his race through
slavery. He samd at f t tusght It
looked bed to thik that sis they
come frV Aica Ef yes Yoim
lot had been in te rice ad sgA
fields, In the forest and 0on the mns
and yet It was tbe et choolin the
could have had. It all demg ed hoew
we could look at the steps oessary
to bring us and tft as fra a loawr ta
a higher plns of iaahmbo. The
school of adversity mwas great for hta-
He said there wre s may boys
that wwere baed bmss am&lef atrs
wMe bad. Kep sbdr. btt7 ty wa
the adge at amambed. A'oe4d, hon-
eat, no ss trned -m a
could not be kept dowa Be r Iedlfty,
be trind. There was as ister so

e todche ftn sveatls, Naw ssrpoet
of ws-could n.ot avet, bt eWel %a-
goove f those 1,ngW a aL g & eur~
band for wusm N eleass Ir payN
Oeala 4 Fn-a@'em-e both to Itt White
nd black po-slak 0

tel lives of hapIBmi

Of so L th=" i- el a oI t
it that seat thaa -ft
power I the n a" sMo we a- -o*


CONeATIN VCN m n sTHE 0 O t AWAIT "
;A T 1irs Us,. l Car).- "IHi l TiU .T- .- "."-G 'V


P B read the noerte. ,. .-
g so n ft FdayCaned"b yw URI.A&WTE .-.
Pic-of the state board of health ,.vv- **i na ? y-Jly-.TJ"?^ ^"..s -'- *H
Also a conmunteation from .o-. Cn- " II1 1 1 A1@6 h 'I
christ endorsing the work and urging knw, Wem W All 7t d '
thea people to give the subject their -"ew a"WINt be a0 s etwesa trat .
earnest attention. 3 ,
The pawsor took rsr is mtest re* MOVIfg EP tL U nar ISr 'ar la .:
aftr seals a" o the eW h beesme. n
tw.ed to t i ..o.--4..,..ad 'L IL n mst.s t.tlLestu ift. -
-in ls-lly d the 1ourtla seal aagd P0*b I MlMid WIsN r at O n t .T-f $j -, L.- -
om the Pale Horse, nd his theme w m l. a... had a. he e *
a discussion of health and the law of
Its preservation. He said that death l A b-1" i Ihl* biBef .mw "'
was everpresent in some gulse-ac-
odet, wild beasts., snake bites, etc.. Come and Spend a Pleasant a a.....e.. m..
, ich were oft unavoidable as at and reliable. Albritton sald he hlad a
as tMses pow"cor h uman HourWithU s talk with the negro Macy, who sai
thought were concerened., but when Wellhoner had nothldg t6 do' with
It came to disease it was in a great -shooting the negro Johasoe.
measure the result of Ignorance ani Mr. Wel"ho.er was the eamed to
neglect, and it was to educate the Evenng Perteoamarne at :d .. .sad h.,e d ,rk
people along t Ies" of p vetion Jolisgheld Jt ,a i.-"
that the commission was ordered. tine 0 p. m. a deiled Johas...s ...sa
gave the number of deatlm In this o2 the Silver fipilaga w 0e, aim 41
country each year tr6e the mvagsm their retrsn totheairt~s. t3 s
of the white plague at 1,W., and the Johas stopped in daeMdde Ot f
actual cost to the country In money raMs. &W- read r and -Sa 2 T. & W pas aroeA
at one billion dollars; said that put- tm. T hen e rpassedei' -
5MW the lo In dollars and cents ____ -_ _s Sad__S 7?r t the. aw OT. A Sw%,.
seemed to be the only way of getting n y ta i ag so crsed s Al
some people to appreciate It. That SIXTY-FIRST CONGRESS as i ed e for alht raa a a s ,
e peope of tt a. er NOW IN SESSION wideb Wellenmer s iste A thed. T. & '' ..
perfectly Indifferent to the ravages of _W. would Ign-_ awt a__..-
typhoil fever till some o e called the Cannon Defted CJlark a ree S T e or J so ..e ed 1 'k & -.-..-.-"' l
attention of the community to the A Fi.erce Fight Ov the .. Rle W. poor readers. sry Ps te r.
etu mey lose in icasnle ..coo-ed tol dT. W. --that n ,.
ad then the people awoke to a Washington. D. C.., March 14L.--The wold no dobt tuan oit a the ot
knowledge of Ito serious mature. and Sixty-first Congress was convened at ptr
stamped it out. So with the so-alled noon yesterday for the purpose at S sdaWold at track e Sle -
white gdague. When the people be- considering the tariff. Vice Preshent S n n t le .them
gin to realize the fearful cost to the Sherman called the Senate to order, . to. .... -" " ""....""
coatry, they begin to take measures and Clark McDowell tWhe ouse oThe h to n or oeaen ed t h w ,. "..ft ,-
o cbeck-if not cosquer It. He said fight Over the House rulas and the the5Y eaar esIa-te to VVO 4 ~-00 81
Sm the soul was the bet-opoton to Joseph nton almost or s@t a .hi i Ar
trmnt-of the body and tbe idea of overshadowed the purpose of the se- e bys- ,
the body beink raised at the resur- Mion. The democratic caucus.no tw- sa wchi Goldby hom eTh -, ""
rection was perfect body-no pain inted Champ Clark, of Missouri, frtogivel whWic h olnr, butI n epawing
disease or death. speaker. Members were auled r it over, ToWeor, hw t In owsbiy. ._ "to,
He spoke of the Ignorance of the sick beds and persuaded by every g obeM I kLer., Wh boraerta
middle ages with no Imowledge of the means to attend the caucus of the re- o why re te lidertet r-
geN theory or hyglene-of the ad spective allies. Every member o olsby why e wanted arms- pro- j P-R
stiry that one-haluf of tht' deaths Congress received a message th tact himelf I as ng--iOW t havir noug W ,


Jolunsen w wasW ew tew.t rm",
from tuberculosis occurred ew New York Association of Magasne w Sprimo hiW3a,," moP Fhone 108 t-I0 +
the ages of 15 and 24. and that life Publishers urging him to vote against emihi. pesho and fereBd beiIg + lob7-W'PBS
when the dread disease takes hold of nation of the fight, Congress was J .
them, though some make so brave a crowded. Mrs. Taft occupied a seat door. W. e wenes ? e 'wb- "' "-e
eight against it that they keep away In the executive gallery The disorder te 3~t re* t het nbo dr lm l1 *" a -
the "Pale Horse" for years. nstane- was so great that flnaly the ploorn a ached acK as dw a
Ing Stevenson, the novelist and the had to be cleared. Mr. Well- n TU P never
sweet poet Lanter. of Georgia. He Cannon received 204 votes and Clark hadWa h that be wour saeit tuc e nev
sad that If the one hundred patt 166. Scattering 12 gro for his hnog e. ldsiht them
of the money spent on fashions, func- More Liberal Rules f gr poor racker s wld fight T. A
tUoes and other frivolity was used i After one of the stotale9t meam W. iast or with pltelp. "W'seOl he
Is prevention then the white plague ts history, the House, regardless -,ver expected trouble with to e .
wold soon be a thing of the past, for of party alignment, adopted, 211 to Re. W. A T, wanted to get rid
man as his brother's keeper In health 172, a resolution by Pitagerald, of tohe agger.
as well as to morals could selze the New York. (democrat), whereby the .Wellhorner was asked ft he was v'
Pale Horse by the bridle, force him rules are amended In several Import- drunk and said all be drank In Ocalsa te
back on his haunches and bid him ant particulars. The resolution was a that day was a glass and a bottle of
s*tp, substitute for one offered by Clark, beer. Asked about Tucker, said e e9
of Missouri. The adoption was aW- was as sober as he, Wellhoaer, had
O tMMh o 7 To igIsM complished after the "nasurgentW," ever seen Tucker come berne h rm
womes as s t asro-yt with the aid of democrats -with One ocala. (Laughter.) Tucker aid not -a
wfomhenave sar or two exceptions, had wona dect4- shw that e had drank anythingg. a
Wa to ha 0 ve eos e pUellimmary victory b-Totaing down a Gieely ts" ewver asked .
inher Inbte way -aw a resolution by IDiell. =akSag thM la oer wohat wanted with t e pe-. ,w--
asI i dlIs tun -unamended rules of the.lS xtoth Coat !teL idit see Will TlW u t iltat- .
US Z hW& gtress appUicable to the.prspent aser the tla. Tucker witntgwe.
smoetia r l.m slon, as analysed by prils t#"ft'$ to get Mr. Tsr shet'ga. t, )

-MlS we. m U Ui tE U en Mebootrg ,1 eac
MA aV't hear TeBr ufo lood abe asi e ,
sd eOne of Ocatla's best boarding h o ses rs words. Sa everythg wleg W .
K Iifilv M fr you want something good to eat and e ui'.- et
large, well ventilated rooms to sleep ukerwas then called. He saM .
In; bath room, both itys ad wenl wa- that Stewart handed him the ai b" O
F ritPMrcuip- ter. For particulars call on or ad- That when he walked up to the ;frost "' -- l i
h rovena gwathoon toopectanit dress. Mrs. LeSuer, No. S( North Main door the nesrb Johnson said. to the *
methess preparing t syU~tm for the street. 3-9-lm oter negrees, "H*e ome *th 'ost -" ..i
semintr abtb. thereby i mdering chid- crackers." Tucker then re d to
hitrisai, Bear In mind, please that ir. Pierce's fom hmv sadi as T. sail this he .


a besM,beoas ttheuamirtatty o t se your lver. Just tr .ra te pistol W '" to ti- , ,
m th unrri ne, the iver regulator. A pam- w a n th e 'pow nrs at S l S'l J . .... ..* .
-a is s a mw toe cefor cntw coryo p epim The .t.m. e for tacs :..
printed, p li h, on every lbotl erbine I my faily te __ th s of Ma. Weller, ,
will -eloe thA Iet that it i'...... "-- ,,a'e pca'e eswht t s'"
alehelle in las chesie- about it. Everybody In my heehold was o conspiracy to bod..y -arm
allyfnla-tdglycrtie takia is happy and well, and we owe It to the egro between Tucker and
.seeom ny dafcoh Herbine." Sold by the Anti-Monopoly w ^h-e sat that w^lon -bd
i ma-up I 4s 4_ Drugstore. thng to do wh the setinge- and
*hvm afllU P epilptlom 0 h All work guaranteed to e atic- Air AttA. Bulock dta-
wolAmendIIr wPaUUs t aad tory at the 'Commercial Darbershop. p d his arguainmt yesterday in be-
m.s, aiamid tbiw.g drugglst an .hlf of his eniJ.t. Tuker aad wen-
the .tagedlets of which have theUn- 'My three year old boy was badly homer the court took a reess ant "


Sd2masn IMo s ofallMc oSie_faning constipated, had a high ever &ad was o't lck, wheat landed dow" Its
its a a dhst tof in an awful condition. I gave him opinion that both James tucher ad aI i '.
remedies for the ailments for whleb two doses of Moley's Orine Latatfve prederidk Weoftoner behell ft the
v*rte Prseri pton' Is re...caded. and the next morning the fever was actlo of the grad JWury n .
A litteeookodheseadosememtswill gone and he was entirely well. Pb- otf ss.M:
to SM to any addMes. POt-Pa K O ley's Orino Laxative saved his Ifte." W-- f-- .
bes If you _reqMuatMob.eA. Cats mer, Wi. Bold by,
,Y. all druggists. .
r. ,Pa A Pets cmal. are Messrs. A. J. Albrittoem- D W
matfn dimesee. tioes tse and you a" Q D. Rogan of OssLa Thead
S wes ad as D the -of$S W-
WDayne 1 ld jaap as thei i
moing trying to raise the nd of s
STm I Lr James Tuck. Mr. Me, -"'
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State and county tax books wil
dlse March 31st. Save costs by
paynlg your taxes before above
dates. Do not forget ao bring a cor-
redt delription of. your. property.
L .. Carney, Tax Collector.

SIMPLE REMEDY POR LA GRIPPE
La grippe coughs are dangerous as
they frequently develop into penu-
el-ai. o ley's eyr akd" Tar not
ely stops the cMgh but heals and
tre agthens the la- so that no ser-
lan mresultts need be feared. The gen-
ulne Ibleys Homey and Tar contains
s harmafl drugs and Is in a yellow
paagre. Refse substitutes. Sold by
am drugist.

NEW PANAMA MATU
We have our asr spring and s m-
.er Ie of Panama hats. -Th e newest
s and a good range of prices.
1amew salted to either yoemang, amiddle-


ble to gas peolT E to go0ANDthe ead M
it were not for the *esemms m d
S^by the law. A moe's empe"m ib bs
aomesead sad a hsusm delle'
vo of personal property.

THE ROAD TO SUCCESS
bas many obef t re but10m4 go
desperate as poor health Sems --
day demshea lth, buM lscte Dalt-
trs is then smgnetet m bin,,e
woral as ever knew. R eB
perfect actlos of wanshPe d
Th t aes, bowels, -u8 enrhes the
fi -g Mood, sad tma an Ingvaes -
Whole system. Wono b l k "

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tar as walls and roof go and s go- son stores between the laundry and
Thto is the mot dangers time of Intg to be a very handsome house, as market and will conduct a junk busi-
vyear to eatc cod and It Is the well as one that will last for many ness. He will also buy and sell seec-
Stimt e to cur It If you should years. Just opposite this house, Mr. ond-hand furniture and do general
eold, Kafew doem of Kennmiys C. J. Phillips. is rapidly completing repair work. He has bought a fine
latitveCough Sprup will act very the Gatmsby house. a pretty cottage horse and a heavy dray for the busi-
promptly. Its laxative principle cures of about eight rooms. aess.
time cold by driving It from the .sys-
tern by a tle but natural action, of Mr. L Dodd Israel, the popular Nunnally's 'Ithe candies fresh every
the bowIb Chldren- ll lik Philadelphia jewelry salesman, is Ia week at the Pottofflce Drugstore.
Kennm LKamtv Coagh Sy p, as town shaking hands with his former
It tastes -s god early like maple townsmen. Mr. Israel says his smoth- Foley's Kidney. Remedy wiln cure
sugar. It is Ua4 by the Ant-Monopoly p 1Mrs. Julius Israel, will arriv In any came of kidney or bladder trouble
Dr gtore Oeahi next week to spend a month that Is not beyond the reach of medl-
-,with ua. cine. Cures backache and irregu-
- .... laritles that if neglected might result
Now Is the time to plant your gar- in Bright's disease or diabetes. Sold
SHET Ali fldea. We have all ikltms of garden by all druggists.
|N AIR 1 .aseed for faln planting. Tydings & Co -. -.
SMr. Robert Miller. who formerly lot*****6********t *
lived in Ocala and worked with the .
Ocala Printing Comapany for many -
years, but who has been in Chicago W e
for the iast two years. has returned "
as'sj 1^ to Ocala and was busy today greeting10
S. his many friends. Mr. M'ller may go IOn. and 26c. THE JAR. .
Into business here. S 4
SCREW CAP
P P VGASA Li-Three cottages, Noe. W U5CJ JAR
IS k. 17. 21 and 2. Henry street, West Ap- JA 7'GOODS:*
a ply to No. 2. North First street. near : s we
express office. A. Y. Strunk.L 3S-1-t a so oId-miish is or caefau
regarding everything we do. and every
uI thn-R SAIwe-Three cottages. Nos. t a l w l i.ai they can't buy lttle. a
11 21 and ?,Henry street. West. Ap- prsed caqdy bee.
AW fAY ply to No. 28. North First street. near 0 Melo 1.
express office. A. Y. Struk. 3-16-t
Teyaim-10csad25c"bot-,
Our pound paper Is the best we
.-g have ever had. New lot Just in. Come : ed oo- way- a fresh as morning
t and tsee it. The Postorfce Drug- p cw--m ipy et ol ot. 4 .
Sors .. We sell ton aad ws of it-
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OCAL AWsVs TERRIBLE ACCIDENT
SAT sLVAR SMpRNM
( in-A most distressing accident happenm-
El ed at Sliver Springs this morande.
Else mee tomormw eemalf. YTwo children of Daumei Mitehell eal-
Thr wr a l ored, a girl aged 11 and a boy e.ed A "
There were arrivals at the M eight years, were playtng in s oen _
teuma yesterday. .,-abandoned dry kiln ued. f intly by _--
a sawmill, long since closed down. '
Phone or send your prescriptions to when the building collapsed without
Ihe Court Phamacy. warning and killed both of the child-
Sre most atantly, cruehtg their
Miss Esther Weathers returned to- lives oust bstante hlp could re ch
day from a vist -to Wood.ar'. them. The parents are greatly dis-
Mr. R. C.[ s, the fy-Soles tressed over the loss of their little
typewriter man..s at the Ocala- Hose ones. Messrs. Smfth & Roberts ship-
typewped out c&qkets to bury the bodies In.
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaranm.AIR DOME WEATHER
teed. Price 2t. Sold by all druggists. FOR THIS EVENING
Mr. W. R. O 0. Veal of Jacksonville The .i D me was not open last
in at the Ocala Houses night. on arcount of the cool weather.
Mr. C. T. Young, of Plant city. i consequently a double set of pieturme
at the Ocala Home.will be run this evening at he same
at the. Ocalaprice. ) cents. Time for you to see
Mr. W. B. Gallagher of Savannah Is them before g lng to the armory.
at the Ocala House. Don't fall to go.
Mr. J. Fred de Barry of Jacksom- SECURE YOUR LYCEUM SEATS .
viii. is at the Oeala House. Th' .ale .f lyceurn tickets for the
Mr. Tom J. Capers, the popular Lou J. BeauchampI leture at the ar-
shoe drummer. Is at the cals House. mory tomorrow night has commenced -
at the Ocala News Company, and you
Mr. A. S. Doyle of Tampua Is at had best secure yours at once. as they
the Ocala House. are going fast. You can't afford not
to hear Beauchamp.
Nunnally's fine candles fresh every ORPHEUM WELL ATTENDED -..
week at the Postoffee Drugstore.
Mrs. L. M~.Rays ra ed copar- The Orpheum gave a good perform- a
atvely easy last night, with hopes ofance yesterday evening and was well Atla
continued betterment attended. KMi Alice Campbell. one---
of *the eity's -ost skillful young
3. IA Smith eh pladists,, assslted with the music.U
J. I- Smit. the ert t. AMUSEMENT AT THE ARMORY
was In town this morning with a lead BAPTIST WEEKOFPRAYER
of ems. -- The John B. Wills Company Gave the
Gerig'. inen Lawn, one pound and- The Baptist ladies are observing Crowd the Worth of Its Money
two packs envelopes to match for their week of prayer. The meetings are and Then Some
at the Postoffice Drutore. held at the church at 3:30 p. m. The John B. Wills Comedy company
M W M R opened its engagement at the- armory
Hr. W. H. McRalney' f WildwOod. last night with "Two Old Cronies,"
the well known naval eto att Is rand if the first eight's play I a forest -
In tow"U n. r -east, the house should be crowded to-
Mr. C. J. Smith went to Chattahoo- night and tomorrow night.
chee last night to carry an Insane iJohnd Res Wla who bea. a strik-
colored woman to the asylum. especially about the mouth caused a
FOR RENT-A four-s itagelaugh every time he moved or spoke,
on hardroE -A four-st w oom ottAe .and was ably supported by Dick
railroad track, near lime wor. Ap- Thomas. who is almost as talented a
pl at hou ek Nteclme I -t afun maker as his chief. Nathan
ply at house. S3-12-t NiIeXu ia I Barnhardt and Harry Gilbert are both
Mesn. Frank. Ditto, Jame Morr.is- good, all-around men, and each has
Robert Culbreath and Alfred Owen C eam C e . some particularly fine specialties. The
were among the Ocala EaSle who half a dozen young ladies with the
went to anford last night to inti- S Hb t "y are good look ne dance
tute the lodge of Eagles at that plac mo eera and sweet singers, and each of
tonight their stunts brought enthusiastic ap-
tonh t. plause. and repeated encores.
Mr. Robert C. Sterling. of Frank- .O" 0 o 11 Miss Ella Warner Davis. a Juno-
fort. N. Y., is in the city for a few.- looking young lady, sang Annie
days. Mr. Sterlintag spent several Iot V d c S Laurie- in notes that held all en-
at at pr Park pior to 17 thrilled and awoke many a beautiful
winters at Spring Park ptior to 17 memoryIn the souls of her older
years ago. and still owns some prop mlistenrs All the singing was good,
rty at that plaee. MlerJ UlUVW i UI? but this was superlaUtve. and" worth
ln Win and see the pretty line of 12 24 F0Ui -.- going a wrong way and waiting a long
flag Imported China that we are ta.e to "ear.
dlpbyln& The Anti-Menopoly Drug t da The flag Sgure. were the Inia
store c. T nost S N ri' S" "Madens threw tke ftational-. color
..... .... .- across the stage,' ;and> tht m enqic ,o
Missl sabeth Beli will be the TV -k "Doodle blended intv Dixid
Mlif blmabeth 8niti wlli be the iE il UlIT IV# lmtt brou"t .own the bo-- ...
pretty of a lovelly party to be > lu Atlanthe City TM. Even .
.given rday by h"Atlantic City a musical cemsy.
aunt, Mrs. Richard kecoatthy. Is the play tonight. :t is the-rept
*- i m *IT goodst and will treat the audience to
C. Davis & Coe of JackneIlle. IT r something in amusement they never
afdle silk typewriter ribbons. 7e. saw before. Seats on sale at the
".mb: S17.l per dowen. Ocala News Co. Go early for there is
..'ie ola Raysor, who was due in going to be a rush.
Smabl SaMndy night, did not arrive Fuller's earth seems to lay around There will be a matinee for tho la-
StSaon sqount of some ms- in Marion county. Shortly after E. dies. and children at 1 o'clock tomor-
m about the telegram. C. McLeod discovered a deposit on row afternoon. Prices 15 and 25
-is student at Converse hl place near Kendrick along comee cents. It will be something all the
College and was called home by the the Altruist Montholon Atkinson, ot children should bee.
erltical illness of her mother, Mrs. 1. Oldtown. and sees Mac one better.
M r These discoveries will be a big thing A CAR OF AUTOMOBILES -
for our new pork putting establish- -
Gerig' Linen Lawn, one pound and ments to strain their lard. The Ocala Gas Engine Works re-A
twopacks QvenLo omachf eed the first of three carloads of
t pth s u, gtoree. Mr. E. C.. BuffUtm of Tamnpa was in Buick automobiles today, which they
-t tetown yesterday eon his way home have sold and are coming as fast as
In our precription department. we from Memphis. He was a former shipments can be made. In the ear
offer you rboth omptae. and etn6- resident of Lake Wetir and Ocala. and received today in a high horse power
lency. The Court Phalmy. built and i 3 property of Mr. Holder, on Ft. King touring car for Mr. Veffert ad a big
SThe latest shapes ta yachting straW avenue. He then became Interested touring car for Mr. E. P. Rents.
hats for boys, young men and middle in the Manatee Lumber Company's
aged men. DIeens t widths Ia brims property Ib Tampa. A NEW BUSINESS FOR OC3L.A
and several different heights n crown. "-- .
The best Hline we have ever srown in The ceAneat block resdence being Mr. E. J. Decker, who arrived in
thi popular hat The' H. B. Madters by Mr. LR. Chaul on South Sec- Ocala recently from Lasing, Mic..
Cmani. pnd street, is nearing completstion, as a rented one of the H. L Ander-


at the Armory This s


THE R YTERIAN TE, i.
Mrs. I. V. -NewsoM w4 bas wa

dies of the PreebytWtao chcapeh, i
though thi afteran t was maw a d
ralay, quite a number caBed aM Ate eri
amoahubt of seven detimirs ** b^'"
Mm. Newom asaested by Mrs. t
Mayo and her mother, Ms. ;
Waterman, served hot choeltat, i .
and kmae&. The afternoon was de J
agltfu1 spent j emvefatems
J-rC, J. ps Ca w agOs.
.4 on Sunday at Jqbmas-B i. B j e
pit. Balt se. and a team to the
family here fom ew. Cba.e tat as
Mrs. Cae stood the operaton a
well as could have been epoctw and "
now great hopes are felt for her f et,
covery. Mgs. Chace has been IIf tofe tus
mamy months and ber Iudru pwort*
friemas here pray o her est"rato
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MRS. CAMP'S DANCE
IN HONOR OF MISS CAMPj
Of all the many parties this winter
there has been only one dancing party
and that was given last evening at
Yong'.s hall by Mrs. Clarence Ciamp
in compliment to her cousin. Miss
May Camp. of Virginia. who s -her
popular guest. Mrs. Camp is a love-
ly hostess and tLe party last night.
like all of her parties, was thorough-
ly delightfuL
The guests were greeted by Mr. and
Mrs. Camp and Mias Camp, the lat-
ter, who is very pretty, wearing a
pale blue silk made dancing length.
Miss Camp has been thl honoree of
many parties and .her second visit to
Ocala this year is being made very
pleasant by her many friends and the
friends of her hostess.
One of the most popular places In
the hall was the punch table, which'
was presided over by Mrs. J C. B.
Koonce and Mrs. J. K. Austin. The
punch. which contained all kinds of
fruit cut up. was very refreshing to
the rhter-y dancers. During the inter-
mission delicious sandwiches and but-
ter-thins were heartily enjoyed. A
program of sixteen dances and six
extras was played by Miss Myrtle
Whitflehl on the piano accompanied
by Mr. Fishel on the .yvioat. The'
weather was cool and the floor grand.
Mrs. CtfOtp'u guests included the
following: -Miss May C amp. Miss
Kaft MeCadlley. of Atlanta. Miss
tdih MeGuire of Saethport, Pa.
Misies Ethel Robihtsok- Hope Robin-
sons Adele BttUnger, Elisabeth New-
som. Carrie Williams." Annie Davis,
Lucite MafIdley, Valeta Potter. Sara
Dalts, Bettle Wray Mclver, Swe An-
derson, Margaret Anderson. Anna
Mixson. Annie Atkinson and M41sra.
E:nnett Robinson. Marion Pelot, Sam
Teague, Heron Todd. Carlisle Izlar.
Joseph Bell, Robert Anderson. Alfred
Beck. Morris Smith, Phil. Robinson.
Jim Taylor, Harry Polmer, Frankle
Hatris. Hibbert Weathers, Robert
Mathews, George Ford, Fred Lovell.
Mals Haughton. Gilbert Younglove,
Mrs. C. c. Todd. Mrs. MaHory Uddon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor. Mrs. C. H.
Uoyd. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller.

LOCAL I Qlst ACTION
The city council will meet tonight
in regular session. A full attendance
is utged

C. Y. Miller and son-ia-law. Fred
Newberr, the Leroy merchants, who
spent several weeks in New Yerk
buying goods and transacting other
business, have returned home.
A. W. Elliott. of Atlanta, represent-
ing the Florence Critteaden Homa. is
In the city in the Interest of that In-
stitution. ,
Messrs. W. C. Blanchard, M. M. Ut-
tie R. C. Detterich and L. L. BittUgerr
went down to Coleman this afternOon
to institute a lodge of Odd Fellows.
Mr. W. C. Blancha-d returned yes-
terday from Mr. Holders hunting
preserves on the Withi-ecoorhee riter,.
where he built a boat house for Mr.
Holder.
Rev. G. H. Harrison returned this
afternoon from Sumtervllle, where he
went to fill his regular mnethly ap-
pointment.
Mr. Morris Smith, who ho been at
Jasper ever since bhs b r.deatag -from
the Ocala High School in 19. has re-
turned -to Ocala for a two weeks"
visit to his father. Dr. IX M. nitth.
after which time he will leave for
New York to enter asIman's Busli-
ne s College.
Mr. Mala Haughton, wh hals been
a student at the UniversIty of Flor-
ida this winter, has returned to Ocala.
Mr. O. B. Howse is speeding this
week at Kiasisissamee sttemdig to
Business.
SMrs. Erastus Hoplins and her sis-
ter. Miss Dorothy Calvin, have gone
i to Jacksonville 4o hear Madam Calve
Sing Wednesday evening.
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Mr. Albert F. Miller, son of our
Mr. Dan A. Miller. and formerly coa- Wz
tracting advertising agent for the De-...
Witt Medicine Comapany. ha seve P&P
his connection with same and is neI 8W,
an employee of the city government' t*
of Kansas City Mo.' 1e* has eLe-
nial work ana Is dIlghted ,ylth'hlq
new home. Mrs. Miller Is wIth his h

held Saturday t ftsoe, asm t- tior'- Sit
cassiug vations tblogs tmeete4
with Iah l'tatstitutlem.
meet the first Thurday i t
the same place at 5 o'clock.

All pireerpto aled at taie Aat .
Monopoly Drugrtor are Xe ky / :-
drugs an chemalsem gcarantes a. er
the Pre Food Law. They u se h '
chbeitrals. guarantee 3b. 7:;m al m a
Parke Davis & Cos libo3" to7ry pgs, *O
none equal, guarantee e. Ah *'t ..
the best. the a to -de
One pouad or paper aad two peVks
st envelopes, very best grad. tor tf
efats at Tydings & Co. -
OLOBE C AM IMCALL 0A
The Gto, bo_ hase ed e --
in Ocala for the famous anpaad r
McCall patterns. New styles now l
stock.

HOUSE FOR SALE AT A BAROAIN The target t
A large wellU built residence with toet w p
outbuildings, splendidly located on & oW o is 0 W4.
good treet,. convenient to depot. Bas .
a block f tto Imad.-ample .een at -, 40 .
which ., buld three or fWir et& IF'-T_
ibosess. .: Far A cas oatloS.
either to hIe tor '-s ana mem. To e- M
t property is the beat hab 4e b a ID
the city.-If nbterefted can at or tel- s'isrie bIN isio.
eph*e thes Otar o S.f ''I! -& M IL

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and ready honds;
Men who the lht of *t9 C# e does not
men whom the spoils oaf office cannot
Sbuy-%
r? sh h w a e u i who possess opinions and a will;
Mean who have honor and wit not lie;
3b6 Men who ma stand before a demo-
Anad hto es bU heN O fatteri s
$2s31 j wa withos. wle
Tall nwes, ma-Ceowaed, who live
above the for


6k 3 The Prohibitien Cenwation
Saloon League, held in Jacksonvile,
g 5 Uwas saki to be by far the best that hae
been held. There were about wO de-
S FM 3 p d egates present from outside the city,
and there was mach emnuine euthus-
tsau. The prohlbutloa fces of the
st are sn tteing theousgiy erganat-
ed "d teady for a hMA*d lea ht k
the lsers t of state-wite proibtionm.
and with briht project of uecoe.
i.-9 uThere seems to be a widepread end
rapidly growing uoteat in faver of
A the npropt probelIMtlo amendBnt,
R ad thrwe hae M to be little doot
L pmy fthI te tf the *e*at s i pas ed by
Sthee lgiatusare and placed before the
ie, Aamteh 1n t-A goods people It wile be carried with sa over-
Pr a, d mCl ied a. Sort No. wheltaun vote.
SWdIt is w ell however, to coa t well
S bee Dew d Proittly. All cost o athe fght and to take' due
tr e wo ot called t 3r I eoansase of the strength of the foe.
dm vw e tso or chaes. Since Georgia, Alabams.. North Caro-
S.alina, Msiassippi and Tennesmse have
-- gone under prowltory'lawa, many of
m .the retail wbi ty men of thoe states
a. we come to lorida". Thee w ll add
r* their strength to Florids dealers, n. a
wil be backed up by pHl the whole-
EJ e dealers who sel to the Florida
trade, and they ca afford to ,peed
almost any amount of umosey, and
wil. do so to defeat a olbition in
D*. ..^ --dVU' AD L OWEN, iFlorida. We Ote accustoMed to aq-
0e Ie dMrfVKM ALPUSO U. OWEN sure ourselves that we are bound to
U d-e-" rs win, that prohibition Is bound to come.
SWe are content that It wil win It
it every'ets fairly before the people.
.'sS^. But here le the tug o war-etting It
A pW Do Dw y LicemaI d Em- before the people.
A NY The reader doubtless knows by ow
that the legislature must pass a wre-
B --- elation to submit a constItational
Samenmet to he people, sad that
4 ORGO'l 'FIX this amendment must be voted oo at
i the next general electiod (191), be-
PfACCAL MaC MAWN s fore we can have state prohibition. It
requires a three-fifths vote of both
O W Fire Arisk Work houses of the legislature to pases this
,0w & i to ru., resolution. The torialmaton Is given
B*val O g kn a out from the ofies of the Anti-
e. nw se1ttig a Dutc OO ven, a Ioon Leaue in Jat i- viUe that
bri'C& klnsand babor's o t.m your e tha tahree-fifths of the senators
beer doesn't steam as It Should, send and representatives of the state have
for SS I the doctW* already pledged themselves in writ-
A Work Guaeranted ing, over their own signatures, to sup-
oXe distawse toe great and no hour port the' resolution when it comes be-
to We to bMi. At (huiton Rouse, foray the legislature. This. however,
ONAk11 6ie.n not an absolute guarantee of vic-
___._-_ ___________ ~tory. The whisky men wl no doubt
-6 alld a their power to'bep the reso-
S timon from comian before the legisla-
tare. This they will probably do by
seeking to get control of the drgania-
ti* on of the house and senate. It they
* d can secure the election of a speaker
of the house and a president of the
senate who are favorable to them,
-,C they can, through these, secure tha
appointment of a committee on teast
S..- *perasce, who will delay tie resolution
S In^.t committee long enough to, cause its
arie *'blidefeat. The whilky people are too
wle to advocate men for speaker who
5are avowedly and openly anti-prohi-
K 0f C button. They wIll seek to accomplish
*.* their purposes through so-called corn-
P M |r servative men, or even through men
fWW aWw awh have masd a mild profession of
W b prohlbItion sentimenat, but who claim
to aBs "conservatIve."
BLU| WON We trust that every county and ev-
**-W- *^ **senatorial diotrict whise a pro-
lUAI fl -- nracic Ml hibitlon in sentiment wil bring al
MMA W N P l wf possible Influence to bear M ta rep-
wg~ TAYLOR wresentatlves for the proper orpante-
M-'P--i & TAYLW t.on o( the lelslature mrt and then
M -4' for the passage of the resolution when
It come betere the legislature. Then
men who are in the thick of the asht
TAX ASSESS0WS APPOlMTMrUeTS t Tallhassee wll nee all the help
I at^ the flwin len Plorof essrcangie wle they gre
2? eelSee to reelve tax retum bela tempted and tried in every way
L Oeala, th to 31st Of March. W woul do wenl to remember, too,
The law requres *al tax return to _* i this time that Is to mesa -o


e -sd by 1t m ApOi u much to the cause of probihition in
PmstmtIer wS i ple. t t and Florida, there ae no really coservat-
p.t t .. w lye ea--ll are out and out on one
SA M ATL Assesse-w. side or the other, and these that are
s i oat and not for us are asatoauns.-
Sr SALK PFlorid" epust TWHItne
A ood addle ad y borme, aso
amhe pe ad a apd M waktr; ei*ht FIRST CLASS -PAPERANIMNG
I*etf old. sosd m iemtle Pric AND PAINTIlG
,, Wrte to J. J. Huealt ee
Strai L, I have opem Ina Ocala a abop or
agh-crtehattiperhuan w and palatting
l uand It is my desire to give sa esti-
Smate on every paIntlIo and paper-
'mde batbh 'ambeam pma t hek- hanci. n ob1 t s to to b doue in
aieae' ft"- Wtryt -bo.elm e t O (l&, I haadthe fis t won M
cuk a nthrn try to acrn &Um. of t. mt I weor t~IMbu bo*
y eea b your bw a d most up to date ne iOaper. bur-
etab 10t healthy ao s nelie Ie- lape. Mla t n tgoeoe and Isltailo.
idtti y~s t st aSle. tanair l a, bth iampored d ee aNe li en
rbe reuv ePml ae ts market aot ir terror o dex*m,-
tres is a*aa by the os sbow el e ae up to date I have eade a
tree:Ms. - n th AmI-MWl pIem l atcIntrior work f eor YaradM
r can sult t ay one. I make the best
CYVCL LSTOLMN sAig gold leat 4 an dit a s*pe-
A'bey's raescmt bepele, coaster dalty. Iadlem destriaff to mke S-
brab, new wheel. abt ba eld handle- leetou or apers without the trouble
bars, toea fr m- perne nalht of of g oa up town will be promptly
Mah 1uth. reward for tl return, waited en at awy time their desio at
Mra. M. C. LOeW. l8-11-t their benme vith a complete line of
samples. Just drop me a card with
We m*y witbt heal ation that De- the ti e yo desire to aee them and
WMft K dauy maO 1ih r Pfills are yo will be waited on promptly. Anl
ueqaled fur weak kidaesy, bakhe. out of town work promptly done and
tiasmtla aof ethe bladder and aln sodced. aenpeptu y,
wOtary aoerai. They are anati- Arndy Whtley.
spIMe As sat pr Ip lO asl -m- of No. 10 PFrt Kinc Avenue.
- u MUt paiMLs. Aep-t no substi- ROoaW LIVERWORT,
tate. We 6s o 9enam.--nd-- em.- TAR AND CANCNALOWUA
The Ai-_Mepely Dr_ te. For the emplete aoft o
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M. Clean up vacant o's aI ", u ,
yard of a aim tna, bottle a -: "
rubbish.
s. First, do away with, or treat,.
all places where meaggitoew aO
kmewn to breed, and theU M ale to
work on pIaM whe they &ht M

24. Inspect ad treat with seat a.
gutters, culverta, dit e, s ;
catchlar be"$, O etc., alc Ue M t" v 7
ide. Manabole covem shoan ,b .wiA /
CRMenewd. -at,
25. Homw should claed or -' .
mosqlioes by lsmw ee dmd aR f .'
Insect p**der, or two pemads .- '
phur to IM0 cable yar O -. j
The MosqiltOM will ftan to the SOWr,
and should be olleeteOS aM batM e.
26. access t h moe"ito dest e-
tion depends depends ea tIA co-opat-
aion of the members of the eb. te
community. ." .
The p-aea where the propfmr
of moequttoe" is ma "mt pMk ane xam -
water, cisterns, tanks, 4m ba "r-..
whether they are located on the
ground level, beneath the ground, in CARRY A
the atto of buildings or on th reef
of a buildija
Autberitis LWed in Pr*paiag thse

Health Nots, edited by Dr. s.Ja
Y. Porter, Feorls state health osef:er.
Gen. O0. Howard. Udi te Statse
e-tomologXXt.
Dr. Hiram ftr,* Ont doolrtnt
state health. offtcer of Fwlrida. Saw .
* Any questions in further eXpaia-
tion of what has been said or on oth-
er topless will be idly answered. If
possible. U

.NIGHT ON BALD MOUNTAIN s
On a lonely night Alet. sBentMo, of e
Fort Bdward. N. Y, climbed ail
mountain to the home of a nandber
tortured by asthma, bent w eu
him with Dr. Kin's New Disoeveru wn TlMw 'i ""
that had cured himesl of amtnm. *v7
Th#e wouderftl mea m ee -. .
ed and quoIty C ur1 e Citf42M. e
Later It ci e td aro we bt 49 ae- s .
,oere lung trm,. Milim. e ts *t~ :

orrTbaes ad me mawg a a l I
ccured by if e.rwt fr a ~ ter, r i
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NOTICE TO PEOPLE OF OCALA-
It is t tw of he asaltar ...
mittee of th petty eeeIl to bl ., -
Ocala tn a thhbstb g sgitay mdtltn A: ;
as peome ati an tW. Sa-sor cAtt -'
during t-e apto and m uw"f i, We han *M 2 at C
adt we ask the eopeltai Of -he Weaa No. .t t r
people of the entire ctty to 4hi warth where we ane Rgye the,

to tlp depat mI' sat we o Mk y- jgV as ml aRI Me
one to report to te nuspeet i w a* ar- weSft ago* 9"W
man of th omAe y rf- nwolu ommy bre gf a
ties or wea-amet with itafl We wIN be pume b
wbma MM wl be promptly aA ea. gSe ys- prikeS E m wIR *a-i
R. .c nea.- s-s-st var ana
T. T N .
,PLA@KAmDWOT.MML
A Uogisew Autw% OtalMeea
Rvc JSON .f, b^.- Trial W of Nun York W- W W r I.
burmi S. C, wo Is the atto1 oms atev- -ee "i- f
eral boot wriua: "r sevl Us Now Terk. March I -T-Ie poe
I was afSted with tw" r g t.ome.a *PuigC am. pabesm e
and hit vIater I wIs saM-vy - ythe T-W fo
en with a smwe pa in W airmen pleaded *net w aftya Iseral o
and wa oondH to bed etft d ys hers ye steid to chare w o.f l
Mnable to get up witfet m* n MIbel t 'Wet PMdt and Now
My urte contained a thick wMtbMed- ples Is ufame"tnm wit th.
Iment a" I passed same fte"et PSaaeMPSAged I"bel eCM
day and aliht. I commmm taktng I* esounael aat seAr and we*A
Fatel's -ey Bamedy, a the ase gives a week In which to prepure e-
aM absted n 6inay eo cWa pleadwnas as to the weUrt'vs a-
and my urtie became nermsL I cheer- rslletioa in istel ease.
fnlyre r-,Me Towli's eday Rnw,- ilter Jeepq P tner v u
edy.** present Ia cemt. -
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