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 19, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID03119
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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Agents in Ocala


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Rooms 9, 10 andl II,
Second Floor. Holder Bickk.
S)CALA, FLORIDA.

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L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
Ofkce Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
Office Hour-8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p..
TERMS, CASH.


QTHE- IEITAIRIFIIL


Looks Like It WIll Hdo the Cown
sunme mdR aieBMWeMomRev-


ease.

S BUT, WILL IT PAWI
Washington, D. C., March 19.-
The long awaited tariff bill was pre-
. sented to the House of Represen-
tatives yesterday by Representative
Sereno Payne of New York, chair-
man of the Ways and Means com-
jmittee. An increase of-$40,000,000
to $50.000,000 in the annual reve-
nue of the country, will, it is esti-
mated, result from the changes pro-
posel, making a total of about
$30.000.O00.
The bill contemplates downward
.revision with maximum and mini-


mum provisions which impose an
average maximum duty of 20 per
cent. in excess of the present tariff.
The recommendations made by
! President Taft-that an inheritance
itax be provided, and that a limited
:amount of tobaccoo and sugar be ad-
jmitted free from *he Phtlipp'ne--
'are Included in the bill. The meas-
'ure also provides for the issuance of
SPanama canal bonds to the amount
of $40.000,000 to reimburse the
treasury for the original purchase
of the canal, and re-enac's the pro-
vision for the issue of treasury oer-
tificates, the amount being increas-
led from $100,000.000 to $250,000,-
:000. The bill was referred to som-
m iittee.
Some of the salient features of
the bill follow:
An additional duty of 1 cent per
,yard is placed on mercerized cotton
fabrics, with a small additional
'duty on lappets, and an increased
duty on stockings fashioned and
Shaped wholly or in part on knit-
ting machines.
Coffee is on the free list; tea Is
;taxed 8 cents per pound, and 9 cents
when brought in from other than
itho producing country.
Iron ore is on the free list, a re-
durtion from the present rate of 40
cents a ton. The duties on manu-
'facturps of iron Aand steel are ma-


terially reduced. Tin plate and steel
rails are reduced.
Charles 0. Hulbert, M. D. Hide are on the free list and du-
ties on manufactured leather re-
lmeMpat c Physilan iduced: and shoes reduced 40 per
Sad Sargeon per cent.
Lumber and timber duties are cut
Office Second Floor The Munroe and !
Chambls BHank Buildlng. Ocaais, in half.
Florida. An inheritance tax is provided.
Telephones: Office, 222: Residence. 221 ;esolmatel to bring In $20,000,000.
Office Hours I Phlli pp e dpo0dti.
9-1t a. m.. 2-4 p m.. 7: so-san m There is to be recprocal tree
-- !trade with the Philippines, with a
limitation on the amount of sugar
l and tobacco annually to be import-
W D BLANCHARDf ed. Reciprocity with Cuba con-

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER The internal-revenue tax on ci-
garettes is increased from $3 to
Plans furnishdid $3.60 and from $1 to $1.50 per
on application. thousand. Beer and whisky are not
touched.
P.O. IBx 4. Ocala, a. Nails, wire, hardware, tools. etc.,
.*..".. ... -are reduced.
Sugar is reduced five one-hun-
THE COMMERGIAL drelth of a cent per pound. The
Cheaper grades of wool are reduced.
BARBER SHOP Tallow. cotton seed oil and works
--of art more than twenty years old
Opens into the lo y of theare placed on the free list.
Opens into tlhe lobby of the The tariff on boots and shoes is
Ocala House. reluced 40 per cent. and on other
leather manufactures IS proportion.
Offers the very best service of he manufacture
skilled workmen with modern ap The pottery schedule remals about
plianccs. Strictly sanitary. FKlcc the same, but the duties on window
tric fans. electric massages. ani plate glass of the smaller sise
~- "g W e t n 1 are Increased, while the duties on
M B mk Waler at al TmeS the larger sizes are reduced. The
VINCENT C. DETTERICH. Manager. tariff on wool of the first and mse-
*oni class, used principally In cloth-
ing ,is not disturbed, but on wool of
Err RIaJJ&D 1the third class, known an carpet
VETERINAR Y T wool, it is reduced on the cheaper
A gra-es. The recommendation for
HOSPIplacing wood pulp o the free list
HU PIIAL ,and reducing the duties on print pa-
-.-- per, with certain restrictions, made


City horses boarded by the month, j by the house, are lanespora*ed in
or boarded and cared for if desired the bill.
Horses fed also by day or meal. Maximtm ana" MJiniMu Rates.
Horses and all domestic animal, The duty on refined sugar is
treated. Thoroughly equipped for T
Performing any operation. duced five one-hundredth of a cent
Scientific horseshoeing done a pound and on dextrin, one-half a
Icent around. A reduction of one
E P. GUERRANT V. cent a pound Is also made a the
P GUEKRRAN Y. S o duty on starch, with the exception
CITY VETERINARIAN of potato starch. Zinc ore is assem-
Day Phse IM Night Phen* 196 ed one cent a pound foa the zinc
contained. The tar'ff on pig iron to
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the bill is similar to the New York
state law. It provides a tax of 5
per cent. on all Inhertances over
$500 that are collateral inherit-
ances or in which strangers are the
legatees in cames of direct inher-
itance the taxes 'preearlbed are: On
$10,000 to $100,00, 1 per cent.; on
$100,000 to $800**00, 2 per cent.,
and on those over $300.000. 3 per
cent. It Is estiMad that $20,000,-
000 anualy will be derived from
this tax.
The ms-famip and4 miasimuma pro-
vision of the bill doe away wPh the
necessity of mcotinMig the foreign
trade agreements. The abrogation
of these is provided for in a section
which authorises the president to
Issue notiee of the terstmat'en of
ths agreements within ten days
after the MO l oas Into efect. The
French agreement would therefore
terminate immediately, while the
German agreement would remain in
force for six months. The time
that must intervene before the in-
operation of the other reciprocity
agreement would become effective
ranges from three months to one
year.
Drawback privileges are extended
by the bill and tihe metod of valu-
aties on articles pon which the
tariff lapoems- ad valorum duty is
broad :tr tthe pcspo of proe-
ventiag the paetiee of undervalue-
tion.

Mr. Payne, in IntroduI lg the
bill. gave out a statement in part
as follows:
"One problem that confronted the
committee was the question of rev-
enue. The business of-all comer-
edal natlosm has been depressed for
nearly two years and this has af-
teoted bu ommeme and greatytr
reduced our rte aes, no that we
have a large deAelt, but the reve-
nues under the present law are im-
proving from month to month, as
business conditions are becoming
better.
"With a return to anything like
normal conditions. during the next
fiscal year. it is safe to predict that
the delett woed'be entirely wiped
out, but in ease it .s not, the bill
provides for the tissue of Panama
canal bonds to reimburse the treas-
ury for the $40,000.00 paid out in
the original--purchase of the canal.
This would more than make up any
probable declene,. There is also
re-etdcted the provision for the Is-
saance of certificates to run one
year. to replemh the treasury, rais-
ing the amanst from $100",00,000
to $260.00.t m aa, amount suf-
cIent to provide at any UW against
two or-three years of depressed bus-
iness conditions.

A HURRY UP CALL
Quick! Mr. Drugist--Qulck!--4
box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve--here's
a quarter-for the love of Moses, hur-
y!. Baby's burned himself terribly-'
Johnile cut his foot with the axe-
Mamie's scalded--Pa can't walk from
ile---Blllle has bolls-and my corns
aeh<. She got It and soon cured all
'be family.Its the greatest healer on
.arth. Sold by aJ druggtotsg

We are agents for the McCalt Pat-
terns. Send or write to the store for
an April .fashion sheet. The Globe,
OUala, Fla.


- engaged in the old time game of jump
the rope. After this, they were invited
Into the dining room by Miss Louise,
te Barers p whe er mother, Mrs. W. amp-
.bell, servtwe lemonade andoeboolat
--- cake, assorted candy and oranges, The
In Cemcdies- With the Hotel Office table wa beautiully decorated. In
the center was a handsonse -atea-
Skilled workmen and courteous at- berg eenterplce, upon which was
tento nto alL Special attention to tanked a beautiful bounet eC-aow-
children. drop and umbrella bloeaoma. The fault
--- and candy was also artlsn ar-
ELCTRRC MASSAE ranged. The little fks yed
themselves Immensely, their being .
9OT AND COLD WATER faces and cunnain remarts only ad*
-- ng to the pieM sar of the older on
I B. UCflhICfI fw g iJttle Miss Louiste preved'to be an
Ideal hostess and we hope that this
__. __ ___ -... will not be her last birthday elebra-
tion at Cornell. Among those wh
C lRI A D a attended were lisee Nellie TeanWy,
C,* J. PHILLIPS Alice Tenner, bye Tucker. Apple
Redditt and Mrs. I Ballard, Meas.
CO rf* a &d~ Bennie Hamptae, Archie Hampton,.
__ Oti and Lester Dinkms
Plaad Speietioj s AF nihe.l Miss Lwise Campbell was the guest
Nfams aeWn Sfevir e ns Fg*vtsh of honor at an Iee cream supper on
Upmo Request Wednesday evening at the home of
Mr. and iMrs.I L Balrd.
129 Sortl f rd St. COL L.. Millerhas a fine crop of
watermelons and has them beauti-
OMI- Fn. Pbhom 130 fully worked out.
Cupid is busy winning heart and
S - . -we understand that wedding bells will
soon be ringing. Who is It? Can you
KI ACK Y Mr. r C. Green is building himself
a new residence.
MrsL Mafty of Ocls was I town
lie P L. DUQ&Cr O Tuesday visiting her daughter, Mrs.


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b: w~ i~mdI th*. 'Th


noluncd lb mit~on of
them together a week or two-W
hO's-op6 *mecA lega verAi it
the Jurom arem r~


Great Hisetorical Im I e b Md
Ae- .me. v.e


BLt. Augustine, Marn it.-A&ftr
weeks of labor the em-ttee" f
charge of the PesM. de l 'a '-
bratoe have pee 'a rg
that completely aefpems a& e flts
of the mpast d all FM & will have
occasion to thrll with pride ever
the magftaeent spectacles that are
planned for Ponce de Leon week.
Opening on Wedae e Mah In
with the landing of e NwaKr At"
Leon. the eleatia d .....
three days ad wHIB authe pri.-
cipal events ie the his tory of the
oldest city in the United States. On,
April 1. the second day ft te eC -
bration, the city will be tmbde by
Menendez, and on April 2, the last
day. the change of lags will form
the principal feature of the day.
St. Augustine, always attractive,,
is fairyland during the celebration
of the landing of Ponto de laem.
From and to e*a the citr is aoth-
ered uader beauful dee'4omioMA
and at night Is one great blisseM
light.
This -~ tW
will be premstR eorr4 t to the
smallest detail, blaterlealy. At ag
enormous empeetthse oemmalt-has
purchased eompbft .tWv fspa*-
tsh costaeupb a unituor .Of I the
early part of the suteest clltam,
and the legions of Spain win be
seen ton the cots of aramr, arw
with battleiub ame &* on ass*

tlneutal p1*4 e bnd fiuuh to
the soldier & a i
and ta* Imamie.i beeenh 1a
the glory eo war paint.
Two companies of regglam from'
Fort ScriAn with the regimental
band have been ordered to- t. As-
gustine as evidence of reeoatlmto
from the national government of the
great historical entertalnmeL The
state amlittl Mil be reprlsented Iy
a battalion and band and the mtlH-
tary forces will be augumee by
the cadets and band from the Ken-
tucky Military Academy.
The torpedo flotilla will probably
be anotbhergreat attrtom of- the
occasion. An attack on- Port Mar-
ion will be made by the torpedo boat
flotilla or gun boats a-md will be a
great spetale of the third ight.
In this attack the regulars mand the
militia will jots, sameitng the fort
from the land. The fOt will be de-
fended by Spanish soldlers I tot
pictureaque uniform of-the sixteen-
th century. In the pyetecae die-
play on the third nlght wil be. the
finest ever seen I Florida.

CORetELL
Little M pLouise Canmpbef enter-
tained vW dellghtfury W#e&eeday
afternoon .at a birthday party. It be-
ing her eighth year. At half pst three
the ihtle boys and 5trs bigan o-&ar-
rive and in an hour they bad alls t-
rived and were having a real geasine
"tea party" in a easy little noc which
had been decorated and arranged for
the occasion. After they had enJoyed
their "tea" it was decided that some
exercises would be helpful so they


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ties of the court may be a vtal i to
nw fI the appeal that to sire to be


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The first annual pl e
ket diamer of the member, atf.
mers. Union of 8 enty' aw
be held at the n gr-d a
Sumtervile on thb th dy
in April-the 17th. It ia beped
that all members wfU be presmt
a%4 a cordial Isvtatlom to the m.s
eral public is hereby .xtmud. MA
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Is out of order. You go to bed tI a -
bad humor and get up with bad ItaOW0 '
in your mouth. TYe' want esBWnat g
to stimulate your a ver. .at,, atw. ...
Berblae, the Bberve asr. 4 post*-A
tme care for m ..oMspaths, dyspea.la..- ^,V.
and an. llver co laetin- a.-. .
Worth, tes, aV ries: MHae iee

about IL Everybody -i my beumhoM
appy and wl, and we it tot
rbln Sold by the Aati.-leorP- ,
Draato-e. -,
cAtWT MAKING
We bave epmds a ft C.
Weaver's, No. 31 u N "t d trt seet 4
here we are tfuN .l0d w9 t the,.-h.
tools, material and l k OW te ft
kinds at cabbet a.k C low
door ac reas and 3 M.t es uw\
tor work, both newm adf alrN. -e - <. '-
make a specaty of JbO #erL ,home <.
17. --We wilt be peuagM to mM ala'
give you pries if mt y iu ha4* *
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iso Mrs. Wm. 6oLkrw, Mre.. 'i.lbg"
EVENING STAR iMte. Mrs. D.W. 4 UMLMJ.L
Moorbead. Mrs. Btn r.3LO
.Carest, 1W. Martin and ora ohele M*.
L l sZ. C, cha mbisa the beaker, stck- 1 ont i m- I
Editors and Publishers. r s.t and genera l pr mster. 96hi st'w ~a c. w.
presence at the school was ,a& mat 4the MI 1ft
C. L. IITNo editor in hi. life in this community sad w" s V Il.
appreciated. -aS t
t. R. CARROLL. Sees Masng The profeswr spoke tr- the .mst -m g t.
S steps of the school budIaC Ngwem at OW Or Ia k to i l s -
dience at his feet and for b ht ea :rer g mela .
CAMBATING THE RAVAS3S he claimed 'their attentlems oe a 2M ThE w r ber at p p,- lf _
OF CONSUMPTION them the seed coulddt growr sais structiosa mae sbre am, a. -k
the garden, the lungs, were p their courses t r a1 F i -
The arri-al -~ 3~5~fl ~ for It and made ready. This 5I U.ISoSI as to /"
UJve Oak this morning who In a guest bansdeeingos on.'lWhyrm, K So
ofthe Ocala House started an atve p wos d tMhe ..
ipag n"nth-i Brick Ci^ty against ?ei-' w. lg
Tuberculosis. or comumption. and delight ul n t, fea r g* n ir .g.u. i ..i -. ..( .....
At nine o'clock Mr. J BckCLmp At' 6or 7 e too meh tam hous t Iae mp r.tml.i t -- P -
placed his automobile In c arge of a 9" od oe asM a *oe.e
chauffeur at the disposal of the scom- appearstopeno the e d ta agr o








windows.lotewtaspancaHidhe c W cotmVimted toatrc a Aoither a"e pntat y Ma '471 77*
ittee. which consisted of Ds. E V makn w ws. It alt beaches ma.d ft kl tor and whtco to c tion
Mayor Robertson. Editor C. L ittn- You can' t get too mu breath Ctair. It m o ritse, Wma t rC EtheuFendto r r--








| e r torepresent itheOaoarde rodo ofth t te eot Seir eSrs Por bneban ae
to repre sent the Ocala Board of a healthy climate as Flor com mp-e to the eveim sad atd "e *m i
S tle and tth pres. acquire t sholdeunkle w diLaed. 'B" rall t 1 a t






gmphy of the city Its low and hig ofll the state must take stopto sto gmp t. .;.nv.eg.B
p ces, its reservoir s f or receiving Its l a ed fr thd o ot S s.a e te
-- -- shpro idla b smpt bout. aIdn e o nd n I tt he ^ 0" of _d _o
hosurplus wato the round and the rehighplaces nt ot doi .tn eo f-- t 7,
where t was alwaergros udry. The swapencer ahe e t. o'h:owon,,tl,,!s5
pond the lowest place In the city, was Heso ketof how ego" " ,l.o"-.o 6.
visitedrethen ouramp Heghtate, sturpen- om .e I car te A. othr e a ter Ap. p i e -e .'






tma e, lumber And lime Industrie. akers sitting at be ches and facing sekeor which the coven . .
aShlorpodwtly after 10 o'clock he was take- t t.,o at en-*-
an underground passage. Then the each other blowing their breath Into did endorse. was a rcuuuuendatlon
Icmte tou o hi e. Tn S filvhenr t rach others faces and by th pitsem that the l3i.ture re.u e e The meaoly d a






committee took him to Sithe clubp the room aTlldyowingts cuh p t- disnease tt e e W ]1W t dd l

swallowing the gerofhetthisve war that wae being wapead toe b.s Te Wae io the e dad mcfne
one of the real show places of Ocalao, h person.Nowthe werUkqan eso m Wu T claseh *t ytar -u ..es io..
Which Prof. Routztahn greatly admir- pero to st p t rihe w aki ti td T e ake a ts a b ba tru eiA

















boaohat hikeofre. pespe t ooreair n to tte this habit sag it would bU elestigg npttomtetoher* al- AcBrees t a .. I
tloed and regretted his official duties arranged to whatI onte f esl the ack otrbe raisedAtwo to .years..FrV10rt-hl,-*mra.tBg S
V, would not ptrmiltblmt4o remain t a Told theo in w utoHe wevi t over E&hai ioaea B haeit o tc gmaeae .w w. T .u




















this diseabe. He then told of hiosmeetdpi to wsp- o 4t0ae&w8pp1 tb**easwatoby 328. A. MO hw grloat'.
to explore in Jaconvll a nd n Its surpassing le the habit hws ae no o pe Dr. Pspaiuysea wieNS te that
gave exhibit work that a on. At night take the paper n 0- COMMON SENSE nt dtnkay frg e A s' n -0.
Eo route he asked al aboutre.a S acquire t unless dis eased- y 42B s .-.r3
e dof getting water, iKill the fly by eftaliness .about 49"0"NT tu -..:P











e. He pokeofget tingWateIsne pouribltuea of the disease a spreading """aM***"orwtD" sdatw
systemwhich he wasr told wa of you hot e. and reoi ,eshimv Of Snatures providing, by simply boriul and st the nolr oso lidma TM- r o
holes Into the around and th refuse and youhegas i tei" sit wM the *S i
flowed off underground. He wase also- a O .g '

























help to hem being made to pcntol ittc coved.owd o -t e wanted ewa Whie Rft spbg i w 1
tine, lumber md lime Industries. Thsemwo havne the se f ,,. gh g3 a. ..-
Shortly after 10 o'clock he was tak- gumption ghte t em away. Dot for- .- 3 t h A -
























v aornd t f tl te dH e s ai t ae S At C. I m- J
* en to the Woman's Club rooms. Intro- lget that.. He i s c-Pd th ftash--- s-. 'e '-,
daed to uIts energetic and eent m umpton in the spu u m s lie the, w 4 6
president Mrs. William Hocker, who rock In the snowbalT the i spMO asy.I owl -i0 .0-m 14












e a harmless the seed in It was otAu .dSr a TA. y 6 6m
introduce him to the cl room IT h- or os iaga. t ito
Told how skirts caught ups
Being well filed with its represent - w o N me u PM m M --.-d!
.. .tive members and for nearly an hour ^ ^ germsa n the sidewal, too th.em...' ""
he ve a very Interesting resume of h o me, . where the tak. .e ... 5 ,5" -h ..... .. ...
th 'ctive war that was being waged b w a. The,_,worstIs sa d m .

,..,funIan for ote o--e o._,,._he fresh "'--41M t.&-b
an t hat far oe 1 diseasetiotth0r the0 children, noa so mus sr the dow g&"se -aSh 13 Th i ts Ad^ csft A'
3 human face sufersi from. stand and practice right flingT TOMd =911 gd these ISs we enitiely MEN *PM&w5vis Su
He them to oiteupdstraight,vwalkeatndtIsan,1d onIMne oreto ufbatnthsihbitandIt oun oap s l sr at.-A.... .-
brought him here. These organiza- to cultv tt.hish-Acr-"-,11.. 11 .- .1
tions all over the la nd ad done m- or...ore .. ... .. .
y j..... w .. .. help too a a l e the m. h e alt h)' a t, w ,- -he lp - .. a- m. .-. .- *. n W *"ak--^t 0_iO'.lR
nan any ol' eg aey o ar a m word.Told them hoo *IteM C. U T t t T-Vo *w v,. .how -,U o ,h Ow I Z b aIx i V,-,.
this disease. He then told of his meet- T d e o.. .t d ..m th f---, m ..oM. n ". "
disease should use pap r to "K 00 901100 = Ma to bp 22L A I -.ouslr- I A
logs In Jacksonville and Pensacola and disea should u paper to ..- e e. b sam as am i by
the class of people that he got Inter- 1h and then burn It. There wae ow W' Dr. eles, a you wi tha i
ted In, b this vital subject. There he r ,- ,,cp sm .- --t -- ---le M_,a D.u the Call In-ne me -te p-. m I-I p -K -i
gave exhibit work that attracted at- holder with,& lid ow .I ttr expectorate1s0mb* bon fancy ImporedChina tpt w-e em
on At night take the papes cups&and in'ginlti'le - TU A"tl^powsp *W V's
,'ttention and all classes were. reach-o .. .. I b - o
ed He spoke of visiting jails and bur them. This would destroy- an q n -da atoe I .i- .tsstemr e. a
p ..hou.s and talking to those In possibilites of the disease epreadl Ag e INA 00 i vi-ewflV T !a
authority and their wards, to schools ohr s 10m ,. I.nj^ .t e -nt e-scl Ne .*1-0 1A +- .j..
and churches, all of whom g im al and to ti s a. .. d.. ...'111..k-0
Precaution was taken. it was proving < l
helping hand to g rasp the serious e lva W
of the situation and the fearful raV- lt- .. ; ... . .. :,
The newspapers aiso wiere a great ing o ,y h e 1the.fact.tIn srdattatothe

and consider for th s the ding- whi... . .H.. ..
era that beset the hminn amlky. o n us......-r this was b s the did nt l A S.. -. ,
H-ie said the sliumon from observe the .... of-health. ......... unhe..1h-6"-N..f
ales ot contumptIon hSoa besa e e the disease one from the --her.-That1 FI-- I *-I- ,OI0 VO V M I ,. 1 .".ep
prevalent that In o0 states active ef- most of ,hem slept with their beads cc r frt.m
1n, is were being made to contriol.It ." '
S .s wrbegmatoccovered. Now what he wanted VMS war W..te n ow "POla m l o 1.W
a n d s ta m p It o u t. "0 1_4.. .1_" "16 IN O ft &
He.said..uch.a.thing as tubrcu- for anl ofthem to sleep with hmis un- T .ae m g way Er ha exper-
was.covered and doors and windows open- mantL Wi a sMt h h u s s i e -- stWih *

fact that because the seed of the Me- ness of sleeping wi.thcloseddesaMI-*... -"
eae having ome into the amitv nd window. ,,, ,IXTURES l e crabs,, lb .. .


carry on a war of education until 'eev- '1 ene.tk m~ e i.. . l*
c ry person In the community would n t e m$-ad-L.. t- I -- I l,

fay bareducen tdestr tivelnorced at the Orpheum theater t ight. sad .el e t t s I .f su
ob ve the rules of health and in thi An exhibit wl be tmr a fthe rt- 1 bale opfmidt-A kAbetweeno& at
finally banish it frnthe land. V-1
He had something to say about the -OU .E b b. .ANat
ilthy habits of the fly and how that HOUSE.FO R hALE AT A AG N 15bw, W" 1e OW N 1,Y jtc illa thbg
Insect communicated the seeds of dis- -. ;m b e, sa" .*s fogi-- u- as'
ease into our bodies by carrying them A large. wel buIt Wt ^fs wit if'6A? 3d, nooskrnitu re, stores.
Into our kitchens, leaving them on our outbuildings s e o etLc. -An eDIsee AW 'a Wh nil.
dishes and the food itself. He said good street, convey 10at IOS depot.' a toes and thties for doing rpar
he understood Ocala had spotted the a block of ground, ample room em o will be In charge of the repair
fly and given It a knock-out blow, re- which to build three or far other spartm a ni mad satisfaetkm i as gsr-T" s. M~ 1 ou tto' A
ferring to Dr. Van Hood's address be- houses. For a cash co drMtaem, sate. Be m I you 1ae .ayhg
fore the Woman's Club. either to live In or as an Imtetimst. to sell orrepalr. 3. 3. LDekL'er. a
He spoke of the spread of science this property Is the bet bargla a 3-16-t Phfte 4L.
and Its benefit to the world and said the city. If ter ed a at or tel ...
Its most comprehensive campaign be- phone the Star ofPxe.-
gan about the time of the World's PA Onst M 1T to guarate to
SFir In Chicago and since then Its FOR BALB-My household ftarn- IO S 3 " I
progress had been wonderful along ture. Pleasee call nld Inspeet same. W la ikI to
medical lines. He said during the Abe Brown. -l -11 .-2 4 in. ro BS -5
past three months over 20O meetings boo* a N
had been held in the schools of Nash- THl OF- PUNS A NIA L
ville, Temn. to educate the children of__ A I "t
the dangers flowing from consump- Th wi MIh
tion and the means to resist and over- at uh dty m ftea '.
come It. Light and alt were the two seethed 1 Oe t y2
* great remedies. He said you could not T1 c b am i e '
get a cure from the drugstore, from a oTL2 wahmW k aI er bit em oar.
patent medicines or the prescriptions aer slips Emhe other ear no n-oMe
of doctors. Correct sanitation, plenty
of wholesome foot. pure air. rest and ANi Ahtiad *. jm. 'h -
the care of a doctor would bring re- *^ OTIM- r i-
He said he had spoken on this mo- Iwkm i U >wy r I5 auILrCo'"Mto .12 Of s eh.
mentous question at all manner of V ToiI M Sted wIt w tru e M

mid no newr organiation was needed BWM mW m*amI m2ghe.k -0
to circumvent this disease. ItiexIsgt e i3ME +'-"iffit b


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Marion Realty


A. FRANK, Ma er


Ocala .". Florida p .... .
,, th* f owt'' tt^- e^ ". .-
Eight Room Ilaonw remnod.-led and all latfrt 9 LI : s-. .4a$ W
improv'mneuts put in. g4A terms, lPica 9n9 bat 0u o Ea. -
Five Roomn Cottage l]; t.d in bost ,-tion of dity w5th Ks0,n nt i m0 0 vorr
all improvements aid large yard iw w t th P i o-
go d terms. pre .Km.... Sp..... ipft n an 0to LAke
$ Wel ttos tsn.
Large Lot 110 x 200 feet located oi 1M M. -~e
Ocklawalina aveuIm. peric----- .... .o .....V M Mv"le Pesint D e.
Small Cottage, lort-d near Public School no, llans vWIb km Ir ala
Building, price ............... ....... L t

4 City Lots for $450 CW^"sh tat -i -o "-s

Must be Sold Today Mrwr ,wAma-u te oor-
Spbeam Thetor. or apply to llr. h,
at campin 864Uf
Wanted Houses to Rent.oLN -P
two "xelm snelop" temateh tfor64c.
Want to Handle Your Real Estate, .a t e...Pstf fi"
Look after and Collect your Rent; i .., io

Wanted Some Small Tenement Ho-.uses To- 1 0" --
to buy US "0""S to bauI
Wanted .t Y. C
KwM ga M"aV. K WMe4arMeW of
-.PV' t 31mm w tint. of the
$59000 00 4--.,-941101, -.-
' 9 . OC84 ,. -
To Invest at Good PercenL i -y

iaeral-ageuii K -,.***
A Wedding Inuitation w.wI .al00"
.,: L ; . m-'S. *~m n

,'-g'..;. ld,*red from our up to-date stock -' "'"-S
,oft llne tationery Is sM to be In th,4 O.d5 Lb l ws p0I ead
: ,*'' r* \ S lattpst style and ms o rus et or IS te .wo d amv D t oI M t SO
/ ~~~at th Fotfs DWUpSe.
/' -h A'^ ialw and wording. ar t halsable .
%t .df'igs no one would tblat' ot O- In ow pewr lplo department. e
!,,itng their statlonery t eir eiTiv- offer you bfth Promptness and Ifi-
slo 1-g^^'^.d or printed, if t.they U "l b lec Coot vmc
the 'i m" fromn anyone but us. W O, ar? M&. 3. 5. Bdrd of
S ci:n supplyyoLr npe4L lns InIn tiu ttM O-t.. -a a l lt -l hf.
si ll purposes. Irhll tt~. R ..m

S-S c Ocala News Co. ft "M fg-ulv
co ft," e Fo"rat r*."IM

Ni.w In tse tli t o mt yw gar-
-l. ea, e toy* Vktndo o$ ardes-
Elegant French S e d for etali p itilnt. Trydln" & Cc
Panel Back RockeroM-". M" mja bownk e to-
nigbt ow ute S. a '., to visit'Mr.
A war~ciTt4l. Ijv v >; ce'1'>!* a rf!a!>i>- I-.e Chaiir. W V BB y. rjMI' lt M
Made Uft qt artc l ,l k .,:I 'yp ',:" Kla ',"tt;.'tl r ,': andt vet y i., I:.t. P. #.*, .-,::, stt. ? .- ) ,r t,..., l res bo e b yded ay ay or mr nth at
but ont*.l;'r%'.;t ;cr: t::: "t".i. i' .t GS1t' urinary b hosp it "nd
sell it to, You f-ir *AO *E'~AyOjac U -nte Hire -
11ab yiorNrc i-onil;- fC:ir r- V- m~t'!-4gbut r
by bnyi'i <'ir'ct -o' ;;-f~r: r- r L..: I I;..( B e t, t SnLL *tmthul IB -
you atIVlo-14l '0lcs1' .t-: --- 1 W.trh BICr a6".VItag One pmgwn ,eepamper &" two I
toyou of at lea .1 iU ; o. i e ;e":. r yr,- .': A .." la 1 e m vry .Wt grade. for S -
w .ut it;ii r'-nout.'; oi'I f'lr2 i:: ;.i v.jr ir'-.lEl" (an you tt n l b t fo
n:ford :out t. d l fd. !r of i u tr..: :.Ic.ioCe to-ay Imt t y nIgs & Co.

*norn. kit. IIFt, ;'. r ii, 11. <-'r>- e-. r- frets thedlaeaCt ,e^ -'^ ^ ^ ^ ^ -'-M*1 .'0* sew- Ow vs of Span. '^nmt
r...r..-._ .....ren.t ...-..o '.. for p81nr arlor, inB-ahr C--Ir.a SI C Aleo ma E, ta
,nomns kit.ereV-,I."the'i e wedla
RIsM t aR FICT. 1it. f eonm se Msi- in r.. Jamdum i,. fh rlB il1 n I >k r *Tl
gnatrantetil exactly i._4 re%,rtcscritc., ,or yourmoneybac. 40... 1 .4_;., ,
^ -- 1^1^ - -- -- - -- ^ -- '- -- : H ^l i n lh #^ tc w i d'n t 8t
In Answering this Advertise ment, Refer te this Paepw. -^ pe yma ' it.6 WlSMt w
S"-- Mr. A.LK. atpr o.JawL.ak.SUs and
9061011 -4. In dtoity uest of the
F. & A.M. f FIRST CLASS PAPIRHANMNGI Oad4 bsiet.
SAND PAH*TWMG."-.. ... I V_.1
IH^ AIte" __a.. C. tiavs a e. .t of *acUMOT1il
Marion- Dunn I..o, i I haveO openedd Im Oea Ks sop for huf -tPU rift boM- 7ie.
No. 19 meets In tht high-class paperhaagtig and p emttahTmW dmS" doom
temple on the f1'r" !and it Is my desire to give t s.m-__
and third Thur.fday evenhnigt of earcl mate on every pattaln ama pa Ig0R fty ml" t0 ea se fle e
month. Visiting lbrothert cardlall} hanging job that dS to he dose 3n I PMlhR Apply toT. C.
invited. J. A Bouvier. W. M. Ocala. i have tbet .aper Mi. r ThtoW St "-** 51-31
W. V. Wheeler, Cecretary. the south and I bami je ft ld e a.
-- most up to date 1iMe of papb, bar llar- I. ,1-11 w-'l l :UB tUr-
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. N. '. silk fabric goode and lnltatle *a'-I*0 .US." to buskms iv-
Regular eonv,.watlons of the Ocala tillug, both Imported and d om IIest i to 1 p el the midnight
Chapter No. 13, R. A. 3M.. ,,n the 4th the a:arket and my antarlor deom', tr'lI"
,ria neeymn! tsp tion.- are up to date I have mad II -
ilay In erymanttll st. p spti al of interior work fotSr ea ta .1" We w usth n. ruPt-
N. ottlb.H P-van suit may one. I miI "lb. betl jun.li u! ib e is .. f
Jake Brown. secretary. -loth end piitoral .111@ als 11 all c la.set o S A R. Th S e '

iKNIGTS OF' fTBIAS .,. La,.. de to mge s .- .C
lectlons of plperfr without the tf bte f'. bBd Mn' ^ O. mup we mm- "
neld --- ry Mon going up town qiM bhe peoely berd among the Ofda people to bear .
Conventions neld every M an- w!ited on at any time they 4dietc at k..1de .C.lvT ^- 3 JacklBatvl i
day evening in Casti Hall. over Pey- th, ir home with a cdmllee t. M f wedteadhy iht .'
her's store. A cordial welcome to via- jumples. Just duip me a card with W . _* ^" . .
Itlng knlkht-. t41ltwy HnIllf. C. C. ; l tinif you desire to * tHina ~ 1 @RRU4T ^^'"***'J"1^ -E- CU~tt
,ha,. K. Sage. K. of R. and S. >,o..iU s be walted B "nmetry., AlK ,mY' !1 *m!* t: si 3>.A u,
out of town worli p. Mu dllm ill-d ,'flP t -!l U-. A'-


I ollcit*#d. i e afll .. 5 r-. l l. -' 3-
OCALA No 10 i Ae h lave a mis exa qt i tN
IANo. V j 10 Fort Kt Avo
t A R I F b, AaU-mopoly

SNO* 184!Gk tti~A M aa.n 1814 -*A be w'i
-^ y^^1 rs~ A. m..... n...... V bu *a- tw- ^ -. 3,.<~lfpr-row xdeace.
b d a mll lfor Mr. T. J. g o ad St-a ,
'90 i 1.. B. ow as hauC ho aaw t e ba ast .a an
.Meets evrry Wednesday t-venlng at = t th.e S student. ..Xr. lil wilb be III
I.'e W.tDitt, Pesident
:"15 o'clock. Visiting bretharn al- liEBlnat f 14ed rZ 14 ,dl6ivl tbe C -
way%, welcome. N ct IMM*. .. b
F. W. Ditto. President. ""---
W C. Moore, Secretary. We have a pl adld lght-w eht M- OtI-. 1A. Albfd d" MU'eU
hat Imitation of Panama la arital plt1. Mi- Dmvie Afud, Gof
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR and shape. Also attoW hts to Sift',FWt 1S, are g -it( of the Ocla
To the creditors, heirs. legatees, dis- almost any fancy. T1-&. B. Mas w Mmw. iatvi -e on up yMterday.
tribute' and all Iwrson-v having any Company. :
claim or Inte'rest In the estate of the Little mks Mary dna Carroll i
late A. L. Williams, deceased, of Ma- Foley's Honey and Tar ctwre coet im ree erle ftr a SO 1iles ad
rion. quickly. strnthem sthe lu=a and &Ws ot otkitg a drtv wth bher par-
Take notice that I. the undersigned, xp4elI cold. Get the eIuIe &i, a eat.myer.ap.
was on the 29th of Oct.. 1908. appoint- yellow package Sold by all druggft
eil administrator of the estate of the 1 Dr. I. toWe r. J
in. K. N w e n an d M r. 3. K.
late A. L. Williams. deceased, of Ma- We are a9ent fr the MeCeM Pat- n--t*rnow-etbfe y' ay oningmh
rion county. Now. therefore, all cred- terns. S9d or write fa the tirs for twM Or1llah, whe eM went to look
itars, helr., legatee-s and dl.tributees. an April falshi"al mllt. The S t t a a and all persons having any claim, in- Oeala, Fla. of by t "/
terest or demand In the estate of the k
said A. L. Williams. deceased, of Ma- HERE I RILiEFl P O AM-KM MIr. Hem tn PO. Ml im .emm l ,


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have secuitr an theW i
The planfas'toh. b the, bo
nRON Wed oppbmm


ODD FELLOW*~ ANEII9~



L .0. it.iliat
lft rla .ond. -
MWi b& orit-a&i pwI
est. Visitong OUWI f mb nt=i
ane &ls" InVftfto be witlthetim. hB.


Soui 34diwhrbh a redt In




of thme OwStar b&it
We Aoapt*in tosi 0 ieMb
tewo&. Sed *0 wfbe so Uso- dere fee
ani April fadales shieS Tmi.
Oemis, Pie


.mwf* -YU
U CHILDIV'tS le
U your rid ls backwur4 hr w e
tud -doe- I"4 1M t -lk o r'*ni I
4ymptomat of otsdehme you will prob-
Ibly fl tMat that I Ism Utte o
e r o u b l e "
There may be no'wtwarM sg e tf
a defect, yet the eye shoolM *e x-
amlned4to make sure there Is so ftalt
in them.
WE GIVE SPECIAL CARE TO
CHIIDmMRN' EYS
S DIL. D. D OX IZ ,.
Eyesight pwiallst,
S. Oial. FL
Office Hours* 9 ta 12 a. muMW
,:to to 4:W s a. Optdl ofice.aMd
iMbo.atMj). room t ad 40 Ghr
LAT 0po6 CARi=
The laget I.- a m*te ms t um p-
to-dao new 0st cardis tahe city a"
now on dlmay at We~ia. the jew -
er's. ./ _
We want to ffeed yor borMe. 'Ram-
900able rates of board bI day er
month. Most cocmortauble stal to
the city. At Guerravts ivry brn
ad vetoterr eipital
In .tbe Bays mit thi muubg
youg ado o wi dla " M a
vests .a"A*b*bt m M e
B.,.'. n e. -


t3m an awfu andile. tsus
two aesto'.1 1sgc Od Eat
maO& the SOO Md- t ie Cover Was
go"s A" e4* heWa Otwe!7 WOinS.
lef5 9glo, iwafe esved hbS IUe.
A. we., c.o.e, ins." aaw


or. or 4F.iM.0.4
flub,~
I ha", roo
ears Sar, AM

an APuIV d~.

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and se"Tam sl ~t
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h yuof minica cabove


q You ca m~ycdy a wdk tom
aacw-cy, the i6iemal guW ab~m. im a hum.
by doc~~ dmbofksinthe ilury.

qAn EVEREtT in the nn-o o
Oaim mojcal cadhve dmouthe16uhsa

q T6vaarmmncessaq in dwpwmc m
of w EvERETT J&a not comfo& ca
6argMP poes.account W i s an a~dwidm
ini mmet in a her and more vahabi poop,
sty. Th6 greatrcw Mitydoa= E~ul ih
and the m m mpe~de P, eiicno, nmdk
from ts we ayn e&iensY" loco" 4a
doe addd aveetmeasLa


A. R. HARPER PIANO CO.


North Magnolia St., opposite Mclver & MacKay


Washington Seminary

CORNER NORTH AVENUE AND PEACHTRKEE ATLANTA, OA.
Per idrl sad young ladies, estab libed 1817 Numb-r bordirg st- .
eats strictly limited to Insure refinled homqllfe. Classes dvIeu tuto md
section, personal attentlo, to each pa pil. Psculty of 18 o,peeb.o ow
Nrvatory advantages In MUSIC, ART, ELOCUTION. Ctfrtlnte admit to
Vussr, Wllesley. etc. Cataklo ftee.
L D. SCOTT, EMMA L. SCOTT. PRINCIPALS.












te EAYs o avu e alway a Bs.6W, aA we bw
S use fo mewr 80 yewar, ha i bern .M .at


U C w* -thmIe s mma s' ine gs.eoe ns a
zpe.iumts that t Ae with m man gsr- the bmrt.
nlabu Aa l--B----- aode e lT lmt,


What Is CAS-T-ORIA_
a M hIs toa bmulm cnihth smw (Nj, r
gwi. c, w and BIofthhIMyr Is VIt is lamu IS
-~ mefth~r pism, Nqh~m- .w saw n
A -, -all A Its k is mmi fStSS
6m au~r..im.. it-Is ~Mud
Cub Ita.wasToag **bli6m mu,-0S
ama~~ --a-q t nh~m ias NA v8eUSS
Stomech mA Bowebgt g hmWivm n& wimx*-de



~*"'**CASTORIA ALwAYS








The Ibid You Rare Mup Bough

In Use For Ovetr 30Ymarl.


ATLANTIC COAST


LINF


ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED

"4 New York a&d Florida Special"
Slid Vedtible Trains, Stem d leetri Heated, Dnifng C


SoWested"

1 Floida ead West Iadia Lilted"


EvM in the days tof ay youth I had
thi desire to become a psogrov~
mtrmer mad *dumia With tdis
ea4d s viw I et w th avlity am e
the Oed- I eowed eeeuss, ed thru
pWtnAe O by ba orew (and oar-
esoses to reral them.
in ts way I become the proud
paseo r eof qut a number e( valus-
bie volumes, to-wit "The C atof
Jeme James,- "O1d M uth."- "ck
,qp Haundred .a t rthae sadt eay

these %--ansd t fed1-at I esae o-
tins-a---I 1nte fte I am armdt ,
with sflei t tstlc data mad
self-esteem to give s avee upon mthe
matter tt forms the caption of this
article, sad I mow revert to the sub-
Seet at "How to Raise a Hog."
My advice to any one who Is anxious
to seeded along this Une (and It Is
only lntoeded for those who will make
as beeom t W1e as 0t tefmew ay -*
struetions) In tor we1 at n early
hour en the Ias t Sreenea db ,r fa
teao d embasthe la athe ho rats*
us bimhma&
Arising a little while before dawn
the next morning, you should partake
of a light breakfast, say six scrambled
egWs, two cups of strong coffee, eight
.or Ot Memit aad- muse deep thought.
AM r deAMIM i which direction
you are golr to start out for the pur-
pose of buying a hog. take a quiet
stroll for about sixteen and one-half
miles, this should bring you to your
deetaUt. o Arrived near the farm-
er's 8Me. shout the singlh word. bal-
loot Beas earfulmi, however bftr
hosting, however, to plae yourself
In elms presilaty to a tree, one with
0lo hagIgS lnmbs, asthis certain
fim mahep dogs. (So'e foolish
The armSU who it probably at this
parmOlar ame.st lokrr window to see If hs son sad the Mred
man are plowanr steadily, will answer
with a similar about. hal. The way
of approach now belag dear, advance
with yEu met a.t:n smile as
far a the stoop and alt own.'
Wh n yoe aad the farmer rave ex-
hauted the peote topics of the day
and lioaeqed the relative merit of
a.ksesaeM. Byro. Itbem and the edl-,
tor of the M.masue searchllNt,*-
you atre theIn a peeMnm to lead
gMradually up to the object of your
visit.
When yom have conveyed to his
mind the fact that you want to buy a
pig, be very particular to say an un-
weaned- &. Do not use the iword
"uekesr," at he my thereby think you
wish to buy Im (eme ales recorder's
office Bmadferdcounty, VoL Z1. p v1,-
e -Lo teVro an v. usekers, et aL)
After the tade has been afected
and ysu have elected your pig, try to
ImpreS- upon your memory a& of Ifs
line ntms, the color of Its ees, the
exact asgle at which It curls its tall
or any particular facial expression It
may have; Ia feet, photograph It so
deHlbly upos your mtnd tht where-
ever, wheer- or under whatever
clrcumafaes yoe may meet it again
you ea T readily Wreeo se it (ths you
muet do to prevent the farmer putting
a bler sad finer ene In Its stead). 4
The transfer of ownership being
completed, after sOme desultory talk
anent the beauties of farm life, select-
Ing such subjects as the completion
of the Panama cnal, the latest thing
In airships, how mch a farmer should
pay his chauffeur and the revalling
price of lee In Al kas yes will start
Jauntily for home.
You should arrive at your home In
time for a Ile supper of cold vegeta-
bles and a cup of weak coffee (your
wife having go.e to vihelt .a nelshbor
- and returned too tired to e6ok) and to
have your feet. poulticed (after your
wife has ope-e the water blisters on-
them) you should theM retire to bed,
where you will pass the fArst half of
the night trying to keed the over
from rubbing your sores and the lat-
ter half tIn dreaming that you are a
peanut pasture aIn which a man has
turned a drove of heog to root and
fatten.
Wi the return of the mornln.
however, your nightmare (or shall I
saw nighthog) will have galloped into
the .great nowhere and life will again
assumed a reate hue.
After, an early breakfast, requisite
to an early tart, call the hired man to
adjust the hanrmes aO the malea. ThIs
wtB obviate aay chance of your put-
ting the aeechn? around their aebs.


Thmt.jwe, the ma and a pnme the
muh ready. to tart.' Take as a
camrge Ke oqe Mock and tMackle
three tll grown sties of dramite.
Upof yew ar val at the farmer's
apprum- t.he pean with conhance.
Note the emat pedtiOum of your pig,
them return to the wago saad tea the
hired man to eater the nearby wooeeds
and to cut a pole eighteen feet by odd.
When this has been accomplished, s-
turn to the pea aad with a shovel
make a hole at an angle of forty-six
and twe-thdahr degree (it is takes
tfr Mated that the pig is tying
do-w) stwer the pItg aert the poleK
the rtae to aet as a lever, ea the
hired man to add his weight to your,
Men t ave together This may prove
eaOUm buWt I dubl It.- iNel It
ftil in aise the pg. as I have aseeadr
stated ht I teaed it woeld, the I
sve that yea resort to herate
Take the bock ad tackle from the
wag, make. a goose necf hitch (you
know what kind of a hitch that IW I
hope, for I dawt) drop Mthe mules froem
theI wmamO a at. the double tree
to oe end of .the rope. ty the other
end tohe lever pole. When all is
ready yell, gee, haw, whoopee! If the
mule are yeAs stirea and heavy
they may male the ptL. but I am st0i
It deobti thereere I exclude tIn ad-
vance that t has beem a failure, and I
wI with y advipeem m.
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ldoe March 31t Saveo comet b
aying your ,ta. before- sb w
dates. Do uQt forget to brif taef
rect description of your property.
E. L. Cantey, Tix Colledor.
LE VON
Borm. Sunday mornin mA tch t14. t
Mr. and Mrs. P. 1. FLil, a 1-pmd
boy. His pareatv are sure he Ib i
nest boy that ever was and have
named him Charles Curtisa ill.
Mrs. J. F. Pelot and Miss Ruth
Moore spent Monday in Oesh shop-
ping.
Mr. J. D. Scruggs went to Ocala
Tuesday on business.
Mr. wnIt Perry at o ord, a In
Levon Sunday- afternomaL
Miss re* McGinnisa arrived Wed-
nesday to visit her brother. Miss Me-
who are deligted to s HI b im.
Miss la I4les speat Satwday ead
sMrday in Ballevie stn rea res
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