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 20, 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: VID03120
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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Volume 14, No. 252.


OCAIAMI. mT.MREim.IS


too soon And what a"'llace for the Sadlh SUiks, S l l I
ship to be cat away-twenty miles I
from the nearest land, in the midst of lc, 3 s, L rie,
a M where no boat could live! God 1m .-' a-k ,V66, 9 pa
help them 111
SCHAPTER V. a yof Lat. tti
C OURrTENAY waited for t We ibi-a Nitn- dK L
reading of plates. the tearing lags mi SdbsM.
asunder of stanch steel ribs
and crosbeams, which should IfNtCOLO
Mnd the knell of the ship's last mo- .
ata. But the Kansas seemed to be W bavel, l S a UG N
in no hurry to tall In pieces. She aa*- Nie A fM-4
Strame and groaned and shook vio-
WeaUy when a wave pounded her. Mth. A~fl
iwse she y there like a beat LA ES A l I
thing. oddly reebUng i the living but L [ INiB
almost uconsdmous men stretched Oa nt so rW a I1m l- I
the matthsm In the forward salon. rri a
Coteny did not experience the A 10r' -lT P r*iu Lmcs -
least fear of death. Emotion nW any | e ie StLagSt Ihe
W was already dad In him. ne I.
found himself wondering if an unel- A U-- t' bdSUf -
ffttl A rtms current snttina to the LA Ae ..utm.


DIAWROU FIRE AT QUINCY A ELI I WATER
kLictmni PHouse and I AMO
Powdse of Fue TtMebom
Of ,From Their _-_r -I s_--rirs Woke
Qulncy, March 29.-A disastrous I the Peol e Pakeftfm W.
fire yesterday morning consumed the .s
Uttman pcking house, corner of V4, imy h1111
Washington ad Love streets. aad- '. -.
Dave Hudson's residence adjoining,! ParkeraburS W. VaI March 1.-
together with 100.9" pounds of Su- Three person kiled, twSe ohets se-
matnra wrappers of flne grade. riously injured and a namir ofa ot-
The los, approximating $175.040. Is ers slightly hurt, and property low
covered by something like $100.000 in- not IPs than $2.00 resultedfrom
trance. i the bursting of two immense water
C(line Bros. & CO.. tobacconists, were tanks which supplied the city service.
the heaviest losers. The flior occurred yesterday morn-
Several cdcerns had valuable crops Jlng.
stored with no Insurance. ; Believed to Have BSee Dynamited
Hudson saved his furnishings. but
the building was a total Ios. and the It is b' li'-ved thilat the tanksF while
amount of Insurance small. Only by were situated on heavy foundation
almost superhuman efforts were sev-1at the apex of the hill, were blown -
eral adjoinigf ba.oi saved, but U1P by minscreMnts, who used dynamite
there were no ehialleI. !or some Otbw W l explosive. In
The Uttmaa plant was one of the ; addition to the other damage done the
big packing houses of Quincy, and the lcity Is without water.
flames illuminated the entire city. The i With a crash that was heard for a
whole population was aroused, and i long distance, and which probably
I willing hands aided materially to save drowned the noise of the expo&ao.
the property in close proximity to the ; wich Is believed to have wrecked the
burning Structure. foundations, tle great tanks toppled
and burst Just before daylight yester-
NIGHT ON ALD MOUNTAIN day morning. With a roar the water,
j whi!h was released all at one time,
On a lonely night Alex. Benton. of rushed down the hillside, carrying wv-
p'oft Edward. N. Y. T, climbed Bald 'erything In its palh. One old houe
'mountain to the home of a neighbor.!which had stood the stores of 31
tortured by asthma, bent on curing .years, was literally torn Into plilaters.
him with Dr. King's New Discovery. IIn this house resMed Walter Waggle.
that had cured himself of asthma. his wife and small ehild, and they lost
This wonderful medicine soon reliev- their lives. Forty other houses were
ed and quickly cured his neighbor. partly wrecked.
Later It cured his son's wife of a se- People Swpt From Their Bdo
vere lung trouble. Millions believe Its Those who slept the ground floor.
the greatest throat and lung cure on Those who slept n the grod floor
earth. Coughs, colds, croup, hem- of the houses werq awakened by the


THE CAPTAIN OF THE KANSAS
_* s Are Your f"
j" Ho- e ..2-S
A Story of Love and Adventuwe on the -l -
Little Known Coast of South- -" r'h ---,
western America 6-Xnd Ju t
~as _Strong
(By Lout Tracy.) as That,-
(Co'ntinued from last Saturday) TU11 Id nt B
Elsie found, to her amazement, that we' arV. 4,: .. w e'V
there was lces sense of danger in fac- t "-
Ing the wind than In being driven T3A_..I C:AX"r
along before It. Moreover, she 'tad A MENcrr 170 N'
greater confidence during this second C=.I A
transit over the exposed portion of the v e j- ,,1, ^sa .-- i f-i.. m-
deck. She felt Courtenay dragging her .o.. ....
on Irresistibly until they gained the lee ".'' ". '" '" I ': |
of the smoking room. Hie let her rest Mn, W'ri '.. F i. L:...$20
there beneath the ladder leading to tbe :AX PAIt, ..tLz Iths, Price. i3AG
bridge. Then a strange revulsion o? f "The Orutwsi M r.e of it "
feeling came to him. lie experienced T "Th' Ua y G rCds KK "
an overwhelming desire not to be part- K >-''. .."- -- "-
etd from her.F He had a sickening fear H. ,0
that he might never see her aiguiln. sO B U AST RS 00.
he shouted very clope to her chrek; A ____
"Would you like to sit In my buin a Agents i Ocala
little while If I bring Ml a Ilnriw,'r"
She thought that wmuld Iw ph.lemdid .. -" -
('ourtenay. If any one. would l stweved"
In calming Isobel, In orl-r to n. :ie R. D. FULLER,
herself bear) she In turn hti:l to pulI
her lil .quite near to <'oiirten:ay's rae- DENTAL SURGEON
"Yes," she ericl; "1 sbhll Iw only too
pleased. But be Ittlent with htier. She )ffict 0'er Muitnroe & Chamb its.'
Is very frightened." Bank.
There is no accounting for the work- OCALA FLORIDA
Ingp of a man's mind. Courtenay. at
no time a lady's man. most certailurlv TERMS. CASH.
had other matters to attend to just
then. Yet here be was thinking only
of a woman's comfort. Ills disn,.! J| E C AC "
forebodings were banished by a nrsh J H C A
of absurd delight at the thought that
he would hae an opportunity of speak. )- NTAL URGEC'N
Ing to her occasionally. What a brave Rooms 9, 10 al II
girl she was! What a wife for sail- R m 9. a I
or! In truth, these were mad notions Second :'eoor, Ioller Block,
that Jostled in his brain when hi life OCALA, FLORIDA.
and hers were not worth an hours OR
ipurchase. lie drew her to the foot of TERMS, CASI.
the ladder.
"Run ahead, Joey!" he cried. The --- --
log, a weird little figure, leaning for- "
ward at a ridiculous angle against the L F, BLALOCK
tearing wind, obeyed instantly. "-Now.
you," he said to Elsie, "but wait until ntal r n
I pas you at the top." Denal Sur'gnn
Though her skirts were troublesome.
&he managed the ascent. Then she W eef tve em aI "
was taken off her feet again and hard- 2
ly knew where she was until she found PONt 211
herself In the haven of Courtenay's Mffice Hour-4 to 12 a. m.; 1toOp,.m
cabin. Joey was glad to be there too. TR A .
lie shook himself noisily In his heavy TERMS. CASH.
coat
"You won't mind If I fasten the door L a
on your And the captain so far forgottw. aksteLawn.onse poun n.
his nxiey asto sile.two packs envelopes to match for 60c.
his anxiety as to smile, at the Postoffice.. Dregatore.
"No, Indeed." And she smiled In re-
sponse.
"Very well. I shall bring Miss Bar-
Ing In about five minutes. You won't
stir till we come?"'
"What-face that gale without you?"
She almost laughed at the Idea. lie
bolted the door and ran Into the
chart house to tap the barometer. -
It moved appreciably. It was rising!
Ah. If only the wind. moderated he
could save the Kansas yet! He glanced
at the compass; still the same course- T
not a fraction of a point gained to the
north. That was bad. The ship was
already within the danger zone. Pray
heaven for a falling wind or even a T1
change to the southward! Bull, It was "
in an altogether more cheerful mood
that he regained the promenade deck 4 ..
and made his way toward the salon. T hIa a i ^ tM
He was tn the very act of entering -
the doorway when a shudder ran T
thrtugh the ship, and she lifted slight- .
ly. Clinging to a rail, be waited, rigid
as a statue. A second time the great
steel hull shook, but much more vio-
lently. Then the Kansas ran her nose
Into a shoaL swung round broadside to
the s lifted again, iruck heavily IIID *i lm a
and listed to port.
Courtesay was on the starboard side. HERE W E
He beard a yell of dismay from the
men attending to the boats. Screnms \ '
came from the salon. The sa leaped
triumphantly over the rails and nearly rJ SS
smothered him with Its dense spray.
Bo this was the end? It had come all iR I S


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df Dortmr4Ie 6996 od.

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WORTH S HAVING THW I
This is a sample home ~reipe ew,
being made known In all the lg '
cities through the newspapers. It is ,"W
intended to check the many ces .... o' '-
rb-*npSflsn., kidney and leader tie- '-
We which h have nade aiO. c, uy rpp--- S
a"d invalids a" wakib on '..-
Of W brightest 1. 1 We eH
The d rusim mer as h Bm-- y ^ riH
AeS to subiy thlsbewel iik th l-
grediests, and the use'~ wil1haw- e 0 i~~Q
no t*wuhe to otaiu ts m. -Th -. ,.*A'''- ^
ecriptfiens Is as follows: Fluld 1met ep
Dandelion, one-half ounce; Compound 5
Kargon. one ounce, and Compoutnd
SSyrup of .;arsaparilla. three Oupil.
SThe dose is one teaspoonful after
meal and at bedtime. -^i."..5
Recent experiments prove Uli
pie mixture eeteeclve -
beu-Re ot its i~oriv.
elementary tiswues of M4db t
compels the. e most vital "aWMlk to Bl- j',
ter frn i11 e blkcd and yrstem the A ..
wasle lm ,pur tMk a k ia"....

reonves qtlkly"a
bacheche* Jme"daeir
SIONUNS. y,_ um
w.scalding &Ai L ln i f ,. .
as powerful aal tow t.Hw -: -
kWIley and bladder rts : ',
Thoee whoq rs aiq
ed to puuiham a betIt.-
should -not let a Utile lnoven ,- 5
intefere- with making this up. -

WILLIAM J. SRYAWS -.
ORmTY4PWIh 35ftMbftlil^0^


Lincon, Neb. March M--WUh
J. Bryan. three thmes the cbthe uGtl.
democratic party for p t j t!b
United States. entered i psaisa lW^
tUeth year yesterday. having Ma.
March 19. INC. At the ima il
ftNlrvilew coutless lettm- a'W u,"
eaof cot- gratclalOu w 'puma '
during mthe 4 &W ttv w asm a M
pUire nI n every. aret ef e eoqn
Mr. Bryan having oa-&.de4 i '
tue tour for a few ay. aasema
stias birthday anmlversary. l,, tAe"
day a( home with hIs faIly.'


A Rolgioum Amtdhws *tsMeat
Rev. Jo3 ph ff. 1hapwmuan. .
hweym N. C.. who is lbe *utr,|
nal books, writ. 'Vo a mmp
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and last wuistr I wau eaudy
en with a4p-Vre paj or y'
and was ailm4 to beg eight
Unaabe to g~tUp btt lt^i
My urine costaladi a thief Wh
Irm and 1 iaueif ae Ibetues
day and nightI Oin oMce4 ,tajteg
grada abated aid ad te e
and my urine became nonral.I ehmo* ,
fully recommend Poley's KEiney Ren^.
e4y." Sold by all dealer..
1al barror wr ite. 3,, 3f3oarlpe
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orrhages and sore lungs are surely ,,u, or re wg e4r. wu-.en in suue
cured by it Best for hay fever. gril)p cases swept them tfaom their beds]L-v.
and whooping cough. 50c. and $1. erything In the lihe of the outflow
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all wax oon afloat. One family In an up-
stairs room near the foot of the hill
druggists. w4-re wept out on the crest of the
wave and deposited at the raise of the
S PAID THE PMNALTY street some aistancaee away, habW
S-drowned.
SRichmond. Va.. March 20.-Benjamin The largest building struck by the
A. Gilbert. a white youth of 19, was wave was a Methodist church. It was
electrocuted In the penitentiary yes- directly in the pait of the water. It,
terday morning for the murder in j was almost wrecked, but It checked
Norfolk last July of Mis Amanda 'the flow to sotae elxteat.
Morse. Strenuous efforts were made The water had spent itts force and
to have the sentence commuted to life could dp no more damagqi after it
Imprisonment. but the governor Ade- reached- the foot of the bUl. :It qI ek-
dined to interfere. Five thousand ly settled Into the tow plafts, Sora-
Virginia people signed the petition to ing a number of small lakes, which
save the young man's lifP, but the gov- will last for a long time.
ernor said that the murder was a pre- The town being without water Is
meditated one. and that the law one of the most critttif features of the
should take It. cours. ". situation. If a fire should break out
thzre would be no way to check It.
IF YOU KNEW
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you FRESH SEED
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rtlumatlc trouble. $1 bottle two W% have I large supply of fresh.
months' treatment. Sold by druggists guaranteed melon, cantaloupe and gar-
ir by mall. "Seand for testimonials. Dr. den seeds of all kinds for the s spring
,I. W. Hall, t2924 Olive street. St. planting. See us beforee buying your
Louis, Missouri. supply. Tydhgs; andCo.


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en more th e ago Re C.e C.mo fefinatW al y tken from any othey A. W. e"ot ta Publina. tmoo an thua man:
Carr and a saeryb forunetm cunt rayls ove rI at Cre.f Pis ata Intet-
seros ndhiswors f eoq en H soa. A" then p'.lwatthe o lft this naIIt sad r.actsdirectly os te alle








toshe dsallaeartedw3a adw as v ay S of --Ca *" surt o f the qy he AL'lS'
b etrtiyanpadRevd Hme addVWest 4Nem =Elm by ftma d im ow th. e esm w ~o th -ess r. in me wt*~j~ome








th yw' assisted i th ante of -chalk weeitssu 5 aUS e tNo.JWElL F.t of. C ef C t...tK'&S Tol ma *f 3rou be-e ti
vices.The-arlbearensin debte.d aS t radby I S ese
Od ad F .llow hipandtis.a5t enow cttuy ea mSWe106"E ~ fn 1s0tan d ierut~d .dL TyS









handAlcOwn spof Vsece Mrof P rot-to ta' ss t









Kendric n auhe. Mrs?.^! Bt, Inestgat5? adt l the '* km a'uui a eepe .ee U- t y toris. Se. h ,ii1i a lll |'^ ,1|,|e3W^
son ad *M. T W i. Named a S7 N. SSssKim wsa W reeito cmr.at j~ta a u. i c.oa.te 'ti~ 'sistge l-t *^ -, aim :'te i g
aB. uherpa 4 of AhtIreny, d of the ABu iBB S se a- th e rn-lr of th 1hot-X C a *- l' w.










fiends u and tnelgb --* wor preeupf yM *w i-^ ^^".^ nt M sbrl flea ue .~r ne ua new aiaotim adass Aiwem -i .- of*'~e- ^- ^ '^-^*rS. ~ *^iAKUrftb
iiat r. th e funer aL a- a.^ -~O a u e who has bees on trial O d r N -1 - mi T osn A S AW'4'* a











C.S; ~. cIA'SE S&H la"tE st*u in MCt to*N~n DaNIT ** Smi tl the~t killingof Se
-theadsldhelthesgaine. of I- P bY~ in boL& sItAates wera. egs'us iie*i. ANa
C.W.ha s te, tw of he loeadingci; no t oto ace t ms or sy ssT frathe n owsgvnhsfe-.
wasapen tyof Ga he grinadiedaster the Nn- e whou r e Usth disea e. There sgo dmnCstraulhepeppaeIno I aejutrec.e. e a.~ysl nt ttsl
terdy..He was ornInasa beenthreoet. TM instom Matures, levotCityorfnea-.
MeI eas.in 118.Mrna. Cae mrprd Hphund .eto.i.4i a" urhr.,bt wr ivdd down.'-
dent of te Dutto. huesh..t5MCem26008000L ZasCto he OU~tyor. n 9c8.e f he#W
the usinss Iterat~ ~Themy SamI o f "ME U em.ito4Frnk X.,'Mae s' Mthta t i~ *V~i PCL
We.ftnesa IN inbut in theA CC e.ft bsiness In the .L_ -
Thebuialoftherii~n o as h olv tism eeU90 4 them St as pemibl
He willoheygreatly tow" V __ qg mie mwt greand estate aforers.8,s.tu! A~
M A ..tokpac ete" a gad oee f&.rd o asss p im~st In tis MA ad tht mt, amug qu~rthe be" ftrth~l ov
tenon n r&&." ssotry Te ret OOann (-'enttlbed ote proo-SUM ofOKNa Ut wlas c- D uon toem- gl y l ifees b vi 1huqauiP 1b
atterdne was acripin the, elgit d b- isplw. .4 I ta,,
case is mo t pitiful. fl.1. 3.*u et 1 Us*a fo e Wh a den yh sheb es d ~ e h
yea' f ge asben511man af *aml as"of tar he i. H lm~
litle stooattheprofueadfledo a c arriagve.t nrslo tow es 1 te .4t
dayslo erot pecilelNO 400MtM-pus --oy w e reeat41d e ue b heue fc
Mrs b. S Trh te young insntold-sangStoo busy d owns tohut"Wg 4W. yu ao C atarrh um nndchill-if yeqAn&(sk"
meau i'ptifullystor Kndy. 3 isg ied - ,14,L- C UP4t weSlt '
hone sc""In' he hewhichf tW* 5ig"Omfa W eltoa ;-.Y~ ts~u
athilegs btween theMs. knsee thI_, -- V oT I,; 7h&county IS ~
also the outheatOft saoe1jyv, as& SW embr A. D.t 110L You'S Ine a Ritj
andrmorfeVthan amearnot Rl. C. wbahsutcm 5 The.rend tneteta&usasOi. Hav
thisrce. thatn#ofnahadinorneamm
isestoppng atthe aCatarrh *i Cum dji s taken* InWter-.~ lg R &
Onltouced ocand usingords honr a el4us O20104 0P~hO itnlr "at iet te ishealoodb
toy*arssintd nthe placW ~l 40"tw1 Wwte ogo"fl for a ad stin ieU~o, Mave. Ain ahbft so .li
lively.The isintlligeaent wdeare
J.MeMberofteHpstin DhAui*. iL & -m anheBw -as o antis~mn -v


can make the trip tm s board .. -. -
hesttoeMmme to the poeta-f"stee ta .- ra thee the rsitive fe a u- b ." am.4,
ute-. TMe young man t worthy of at iOW th .d 4C. an t ta. o U tt O .tu d- l.,
help and Is abeolutaa s0P^ldeefdeMt UPPte4Ve s
the hiadmes. .. .. ., __ ...... .. ...pO 5 9yeri ft sout fl/,,. -,o . .. ., ,.-
SE5g h the "a-e "- ". i M ,- " .. .. .....




t. . ni -at 5689k Wo-M soU 0- Pctn...
.e goes. 4W_-, -i.3 .L .li U3. 'b i !. 4- a* pJ m- ..-,' . ,. i' a l' B
GENtRAL PNAL DOW elI to tieIYtmuL a e uli.
Iosylow y inr. -hw _a
Today marks theI6thaSa. ten-io ANm b/ *W" _,..i._._
of thIe At great Amrun i/ pre11- , Ih lo O -O_ LE f f--_& .-^ i-' "-
tU64t. C General NaI'Dew. 9hwt. O Cles, S5 S^iW0 WS-yl Out Of fi*ar. YoU go to bed In a .
lg as mayor In his native al ort- U41 u weMOeWdM& Lain gJt up wi. a bad tsaste.omA o a d Pe.snt 'liil
land MaIne he paied a bill agalaat Wank I VO N W P10 6 is yurmouth. You want somnethlis -,) 1a
the manufacture of at U00- stbena'e *ft om s. te at t o tlylt n lvr. J t yewlWlieh .imt A by
__-- e Ist m. .* p Yui b S m i ... S s .
eating lIlquor aI the taa atthae, A p .r-l,_. the lier r.ulator. A po- S t R
where this law s stiftl Nob. He ha- Yo t toi voe fr 4l i --- -dyspuai -
came a temperance letue 9 of wide me b" fts L ON G* d0 ana Ever eaw ilta. Mrs. FP.-v .
repute both In America sae other email be 4 I Mk. of eFAWte. -nave maed -f Pm*aens *t 2o*'ly
countries. The Juslor Iaue of theP fta-otes Am Z! amdinMo ato*m ft. .2w Q0 -^-' 1e"
Methodist church will observe his s tost apy labor 25 ~ Wors set ozpas what I think Ml*inee &OOi m. ma sp^rn
Olverary tomorrow ,wn sX ea. to-Om al d cos-inkle??" eunotea IL. everybody In household wi 4*
MoewI"iW Pplthi- b out-
ercises. a t mnney p h is bw happy and weOL and we we It to. 41
Numm--l.s sandims <- t of lln o.* S l" by the Anti-Moiopoty US . -SA W&
ADI&IWB imVeut-the W.....~ CI U S -ER -:1..b
week at the _1e dipl1e1101110eM _!__2 nWI~3uI, C E5
*____r__t a__ am_ 0____et__ fr brae a- aS rotietrn for t^ue Ift. 1 m-sd t*=o
-- --- who desired to slee In open roomIS M ww ANItMA LtS<- BM
ITmm WM"n v the ,tonphes wa= too There will be si1d March 22, at soa nwIMWftkobt I
B e p oke ot shened aulm ala 0mgd hnll tw o y rs M N o s. O nae bull h rt teeA
tI II ffllll II I Imf I Isemd rltwh the pupils Uve and weak a white ballk )rw? sides, msared --- lift MB to 1 t. e
iPJIIVLVA J IlEJAITRIm. the op wear eape, ear mutt, Or- swaSow ftk andr Mder bit Ia no ea o P.,t. Chep.tis s tAUS. hee
fat- ad easoWlesnON&the"rW1oes upper lope the there e r; no brand. Pollute 04% 15e. tinl foo 4940p* toA MW t pym jt .d
Tf and they are doing weL. Alse of a fl"I. "
UO Y ferryboat so"i Is New York harbIN. NW Yf mAppl I, 16b -"a i T.w om a*
XfiedJs us that thePupoel mmgmt have nS- Oft- h A
Night&, March zwd s a or.n"as CAMmORIA ft""U- m'sWea a". a
ft S *e" 7ht whm we h IIWdlIg h es. wt ou- 0 a- TI. Csu i-r via tout mad wih a a A.^f.-r fVaaaam
3p y_ door dmoshg apurtnests _^ -to Bet pure Wha : g- g, am -a C e^ m e* Is
air A" ad waRd onlie.04t"on0ge1101-, l N. ft OW


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OCALA OCCUIM ES

Misse' Jean an,] oItilmo T'ague are
vi.-sitig th, ir ptareinti at lAdy Lake.
i'hoine or send your prescriptions to
th.- court Pharmacy.
Mr Will Bro.wer of Rom.eo wax in
touwn yesterday transacting business.
I's.- Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran-
t.dl. l'riep 25c. Sold Ity all drUtigsts.
Mr. F. 0'. Moliton and wif, of De-,
ttoit, uare guests of the ('Oala House.
Mr. '. A. (Gordon of Tampa Is at the
l 'la ht Hi.us". ,

Mlisf.s Mamie TaylW& who teacbes at
Irvin.-. irinllnding weekM nd yith
hi-r aiste-r and brothers..
PIANIST WANTElD-At the Or-
jpihetim Theater. or apply to Mr. Hall.
at ,mrnpihll H-'oue.
<'ol. J B. Martin of Oklawaha was In
town today a guest of the Ocala

Have you seen the new visible F'ay-
Khole typewrlter? I. C. Davis & 1'o0
general agents.
Mr. T. J. Zimmerman of Dtinnellon
was a gueist of the Ocala House last
niRht.
Send us your prescription --tliness
We are thoro,'ghly prepared to handle
it Tydi,'g & Co.
Miss Minnie Lee CarHisle. who waxs
graduated from the Ocala High School
in the class of *07. completed teaching
the winter term at Cefsgal Wednes-
day and is now in town with her par-
ents.


- Cream Peppermints .

Chocolate Pralines

Crystalizedt Ginger

Bon-Bons and Chocolates


Nut Chocolates


Fresh Shipment Today


T. W.TROXLER


ANOTHER AUTOMON L
Mr. T., L Arnold, vice president and
treasurer of the JlcDowell Crate and
Lumber Company, has ormerd a run-
about automobile. one f the famous
Simplex racing machine. Mr. Arnold
will use the machine ina gog to aad
from the mlL, WhsblalS the ateme-
biles that have beo :w- ar0
,ontemplated, have boala wI -
have more autos aceordMag to the
population than any town In the
South, not a tourist town. The spe-
did hard roads of the county are the
principal reason for it.
EASTER 0000DS AT
THE VARIETY STORE
Whatever else you do, or do not do,
don't fall to read the big advertise-
ment of the Variety Store on the tAr t
page. Marcus has the goods but yoN
can have them fto, vu tattle money
AT. 9p AIR DOME '0
"The, C-esacks at Msco nd
other fne plctusa will be 1 f at A
Air Dome this evenlng, and you can't
afford not to see them.
A GOOD DAYS *USINESS
MemsW. Knight & La A yesterday.
nold two curries, three bumles. one
road cart, one wasgn and four sets et
dolb!e harness. Most ef the goods
were shipped to out of towa points. -
Miss Ida Fort, a very attractive'
yound lady from Adams, Tenn, arriv-
ed in Ocala yesterday'to visit hetr ls-
ter. Miss slie Fort. who makes her
home with Mra. J. W. Ptmre.. "
In our prescription depe rtIent, *f4
offer you Loth prempteea sand *Mle-
lency. The Court Pharmacy.
;Mis, Muale bnloek. the little daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Itaymood 1. Bul-
lock, entertained several of her play-
mates last evening at a dance. The
Mother of this little hostess served a
very delicious fruit lemonade with
cake to the merry girls and boys who
'were Miss Musle's guests.
We are agents for the MeCall Pat-
terns. .Se 41d r write to theLwes for
an Aprit fashmea heet. The WM-

Mrs. W. F' Tomem ef Gah6wvHUIe at-
rived In Ocata jwfAe a$d will be
the guest of Iei N : lN. Mr: W. UT.
Gary, tor sveIal weL.







home t Ban d .-.'

FOR *Agem,'4 .ottages, N.
ply to No. IS, Nestk lbst Sl M. aMi
esprees office. A4 1 MraIf -1.U-tI
to 'a a .
express "Iff..J4-, *9MI& =-W t


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ft.,hnE


]EverettPJuno",

Is6a.symbol oI'nuicA ca4it


accuray. the ieflcmI avpkmfioms a a La
by the clmAd boo6 im d~ie ty


q An EVERE-rT ii At i
=* aim- iad e asad WL

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ina c AWL 044=0%
P!!14.ppp"pw
IwWdiful, and-iWid.;
tious whm -=iwd


Guire. Wianifred Rapajig, Suie Fort.
Sarah kcCreery. VaIeta Potter. Lueile
Moore. Battle Wray Melver.' Loutse
Nixon. ALolle Barnett, Jesailu Martin.
Trace Hatchell. Francis Anderson.
l !cy Hailey. Carrie Williams, Mar-
garet- Walters, Caro Ilddon Bessle
MacKay. Anna Mixaon, Ernestile
Brooks, Mrs. Mhnms. Mrs. ( rney.
Mn. KIrklaad, Mrs.. Blalock, Mesasa.
H. .. Hampton, L P. rBlalock, C. C.
teang 4. Plant City. loeb Flshel. Em-
mett ttoblmson. Cade V.
Wheeler, Henry Diff kOftb Math-
ews. Alfred Beec. John Grahamn C. R.
Xreger. Frank Hantis Jr., Ernest
Prtok1. L. N. Green, J. W. Woman.
Herog Todd. Joeph Bell, Howard
SWalters. Tim Tomlinson and Frtd
,Welhe.

THE StSSOURI GIRL
A a Play lt *ha Armry Next

Ta characteo4 eite Dodson in
"Thi MisBri Gsirt rl" ,e of tha most
unique ato coottSliS." Among the
many imnpMsmntloi of the rural type
offered to the show going public there
are but a few limited cases where the
author has even attempted to portray
this Itter stlig character as he really
o .seen In real .ife. The stage carl-
iakt*re ow the forer is so thoroughly
Ilpreesed on our 1inde that. It is al-
pmst, I possible for us to imagine a
S ty wi thout the usual mpes'
*falcaaters that *re. .a W a. y
ca a serious m awbaek to an oth-
erWise #ood ei. zer k,. a true par-
trayal eof as et bight. intelligent
ountr hy hy ho b ys aao d0es m only,
what anataral;. aia dialect tnd "01.
0 .s ar. both cal e0 ar d drolthel.
Weahdi. at'feoty Ibe m lth a'adpeas
esatb ae d l-de of teo f tt fo.s"
a tt e msake. abut them





lare beqbali l at the saet
NOr =ael.Al The M e uri Girl
*all lha Iratt to searlory Tueeday
eveal.ifoa ts tet eW at the a e Ocal

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On is a"ta e 4 .611010%
.W ll poVttel0 y 1 a.lain it. to



A. are urged to call especially ihe
ladles. Foowere the he watch weures









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i e ih.' Jkag so btldt no er-
htoe aW e fe teai. Th e s e. -








.asiiartvl .r to Bgt a mters
if Wk. 'ru.-dowa or -t On.
W. O~raatoed by an drug-sti.
IN THE MAYOR'S OPIRT
: M iw eberaes bed 'a tolae at-
_IP iat te may4rs eoour4Z this
Them were 1f eanes tried
Md Onts aggregating l,61. besides
enatov were coUeead Te batch was
a so occww^w* am-up of the po-
lice. Tnereowere o drunks or fghts
4A thg lot
SIMPLE REMEDY FOR LA GRIPPE
-tb grppe ~ coum s are dangerous as
thsy ft"Wently e-elop into pena-
gmpa- Foleybs a...= aad Tar not


to ~ IK -T ouud so#a tmArA


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most doughttfl -pty g latu t-..
esing by W &eIsen Morton Ham -
ton, at her Hegw e n pa th Sneced
stret The reeptie. l l, parlor -A
tary sad dils reat were thrown e -
togeter by aige deabI do and
wit n:meot.".v s wag-1 Swvoh ueat
OB' the froet erve I sa.d lTel ck "+' *"
greeted the gist, **awied U them -r-
to The p,~anc~h ~,w t Vsalso on
,iterfaadn ald prelded eeor by Mrs.
B. W. 1mam.,' who sMrved a most re-
ftrewtag punch with red cherries. In
the ha the hostess and' honor g.uet tik IFe 1r W '
received. Mrs. Hampton wore an ex- I, pa -
tlaMsely dainty drew of white or-
AjAdy utrammed in Valenciennes lace. +
Mls McCol e's costume was all pink
and trh a cluster of ptink roes ana
ribbcOW lair cotfare was greatly ad-
mired. MrL C. N. Kirtland and Mrs.
Carery -asaltd the hostess In receiv-
lug aad kept score during the even- 1 I ._
There were elee tables of players "' "... ,....
and on enA tle 0te was some '
tedious and trying contest to accom-
pitsh. Threading needles, stringing
buttons, replacing pli la the paper
from 'which they came, stitching pea-
nuta. turanlg tp a slip of paper with
a letter on It and naming a city be-
ginning with that letter, ut pus
ales tbgeter. jaytag Apd, 1a-
,at .by m .ae.s '
lite ag p of .4e1Ma0II e.1B B B
-a. an TIuhtA and Mr. Irma, irri T., se .
passed all alOlSe and nimble-.
seo, and had the honor of making
the highest sore. There were no
pritses.
A generous helping of strawberry
and vanilla tee cream and cake was
eujored aft wat : I W
Hampton played several yiebee the
This sahaagad( ptty-g veR' bh B
long be remem-


Kate MeOIey. Ida ot, E h Mc- B


-w o .' '7'
C. ryovmAhaerpmd~*



11a. M.-Preaehiag.
1:80 P. U-4unor L4ue
IL w l olf 604





Niq byeon Pol'


into boeit of -won'l.
r .19~auebaga


S, -"NMIP Dt -e-7W-
The star had a pleiMaot call thMi W,_ -
morning from Mr. 1. W. Ilig and "Ail lp*f 5-1 b,
son. Harland. of Bostoa.' They with 'ONOi&" e.-t.-
Mrs. Flag and Mrs. Wetherbee are5 tMhe Spc'- o. Isa.f't u
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wethe- IRe tatio "Tom Pra
bee. Mr. Flag I& a grove owner at le 'Ta -or.
Martin the grove hich Mr. Frank RWb tthe -alemiet
Wethe*bee managed .ftre the hreeke Ne
and in which he is interested. It is n A pen discs m'..J t..
Mr. Flag's aten to to restore the Announceme1. r
grove. they ft today for a tlp to Ro llCall.
TampeaS.t.Peftbgrs and the Mab- iA6..-
atee valley. -
09My thre year i"01117 b" w"s bmdlyk ft SS# A '1W -
eomsttpaii hd a high *6. er and *'W 111 -1 P : ..
ha an- awful beadift. I. v h, m,,-' T .e T,.
*two does of Foley't. Ort IV" -Ott -j -"
and thne n tianlthe
gone Smtd he Ya eotls; VOWW O'N .-l gavrmh ewi f^ B
ley's OriIo atlve Bf.7 At th, Methedist uh*, si
A. WolkTar. Caoldeby a h,-1st nts o -,w

al druggists iti : t, .




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MWe Sta motwe.m -.
periment wfth lt ne y6t iOeasy-m hea.m aI'



ey and Tar. Sold by adl drggists.
n. ubga r t "+m. ..

per imet with your health? I-sst "KUr e I-







"e No 1k -WrenI
Mr. Gilbert angM who has Loue NM
-t Ia -the oimel of Mr. 0. T. Green, 'A HlndOo-Wnsw"-llies






Thefor bst two a4ths eae M- Bret. 1 "fit


well, he wqst. ISrt


Mr. 461W., it PhON** *wait,1
the Dumnefles Adusq@M ',U~n

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sequel senmm to the, -4 t
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veer, Alto; RodMiI,** rTau; (inaaf lzqit;th
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36make japusie oamnow so bseel. .hAprlI tatand re~gub hmMe
rates th pat U. &Ferieam& ofenopsaayapplolstfiasa
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ftmadre Second Page.)
Un-0 CfW VOM at wWft.At ts


e W I to o to 'he brWig..
Up 1mGdl the M'to aser tn th
dMht bem m hke kaes. When the
snip at epk, the aer o fthe watch
mad barn -thmw headlaug to port.
eeeveduhg iMs feet bdefo- a teaUtMfn
sM emuld flung M o bsar, he haul.
d t h lfo tatam dem r t tI time
to tae pmrt lb tqe fay h oaLdecH. Be
eam baek usa, ~r- lt to Jotn the
appeal. Caatvamj, eataW aI the
Sel at of e I eft hobei, was peer
1ta thr~gh the lyiag scnd to leeward.
Tl wa s darker there than It had
bes ter hours. Around the ship the
sortae* was =lkike with foam, but
beyond the area of the shoal there
aowmed to be a emote chance for a
beat to lloe.
"W re a asort at beakwater., ir,"
Sol the snsg .Mva=
"seeansitWeRL the sh4p hard a"
'I al saM uN."
"I tMak the water Is moderating.
Go and ee how the barometer stands."
"Steady Improvement, sir," came the
Am w maw moot r
"Mr. Walker mi h thought not."
'P.erhap It doesn't matter. Try to
get the arst lifeboat lowered. Let her
carry as many extra haad as posalble.
We bavre 4at tw boatI. But do aft
and mw WOuMo I hen. It all I swell,
let am Ol toe aat ome. Take
- cfg at her yuselt."
Woeld re ae d tyia tg t hand-
IN sNlb* on Inmt au k W t his alft

tema .. *
"It ais et amUh, but I -a laming
OThb r1 e s -he uaesonaoble
hIteamr aUin di the eaptal. As he
kmaed a ines lhto a rah toemrl
qut the ol4r 6a10:1
"fh ta report to yom wha the fArst
boat -ef away, krt-
-we Od.N E halmm hew t happen.
*Whea she is deaOr I dhaW bring the ls-
PiA t rafe helped these me to
talk as Mea.leay as tf he atM p were
laM alIealde a nTames. wart. They
knew not asutat the Kanau might
Ift a aM turtoe, yet they did
not deam t delavtias a .hairs breadth
frot thelritle. The second officer
west aft to. C y out the captain's
~kigctd .00marOMt y followed a lit-
-e way, p. ah to lemwart of the
chart homeo autl bhe ro ed his own
gUarta m. There was no door on that
ssfe, but 1hft steamed through a cor-
S*I ot Mal porthles acres which the
eMrtMs hse a t .been drawn. He
,le.oobkd iMe was leaning against
tetablm e thabb a bumvheaeothealop-
Sg e. ha M Joey ta her arnm.
Sam toe he talknMg to the dog,
- who answered h his own way byjry-
ilnt hI ikW her fan.7 Th gums so
nmuld that Oduartmay C not see
that Mhe was crying.
"Bett r wlt," he muttered and tarn-
d hbg IMeaward aSo. Yea, the%
eM bem mM ~ aat abest un-
Rhoe- ewO 'wVha halt a cable's
0se OC the ah ip a. a poat-
bG aty SNO W ap There no ileMI
tag what d jnrs lay beyondW To his
.ri.mind the naret land was twes
ty isles aaBt, blt the ashosal water
aght ui m ad the way, and, with a-
hlU hS wh waves m e d lnotegri-
EA wumil at M a-- Iay considerable
lee. It as- a thaow of the dice for
Sflhettlt mt i tbeaeB. Be alula-,g
Slh a .am aj, thought as to his
own o e m.. Wld eave the saip
h let at ea, Rt every woulnd-
ei mam as heast were aken or first,
-aa how ead' '0 ammhle eova a
Mn at hae ls.pthat owardly crew
would pagerve sak discipline to the
dad as to parmat at at buega dose?

Them -m r to %hI mta qumtlo
-ame m r tha he apspecd. Be
had beba *taai th~e apem abmt
aE teH aso aa to detenmlne the best
t-me o iewdmgr a boat, when, amid

i inS- ti for-
ampiU v qrrfran
4geters ga Smff bares.


The twveotafi to shtaboard, .a lfeosat
a" the olly boat had been carried
aeres the deekiUn readiness to take the
places of the perf teboats. A lands-
ma might think that medley reigned
areM n, but It was not so. Sailor-
ite week was proceeding with the ut-
mot, awN o ain aytem when an accl-
deO hppbe. For some ra m- ne-
er aetetalaed tohagh It was believed
that the me the leading boat were
too andios to clear the falls and fall-
oUto tife the proer precautions, the
heavy cf~ft piehaG ^ -Rm ost I-D
ttheo Ihe oaek ilke a toe. and
wVth -n wet a number of Chilem.
4Lh duelfte yells, comae up from
e'a fruth, seemedto e a
a the em to ,urst forth again, thi
tioe Ia m mia g blUame that would
mot e pdL m achLa m a a, t bel nd-
7l for Mimself. bhele mew of all re-
hoe k wleds of this latest disaster
pread with amasto rapidity. Up
* team the asal came a rush of stew-
aideand othom G Ovwbore ma the O an-
le a.Ae iq. igt Gray. Tollemache.


snetims, earestt eg.1.nsk rebf ua,
left, but be ft bildttty that his ef-
forte now were of a ailv, ad he be-
thought him that thee was only 4coe
- leat nT..Tm et 6 wre s w
woMud de"tr themilTs ad all oth-
mer, so it be wem Na.e evwe a few


at the lvesa iemrite to ids care at
least.a a t- the -bea u mt be pro-
teetd. The eBm was ereWt for
the nem,-ol af thewr useboasta. By
a determined eagt he jolly boat .ght
be secIred.
so he ra tot obtain emp from the
etow be could tret, fm the thy Ceu-


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ech mmou f/-eWg bAdi for hiMtt,
heed use now QU -rnkieavM.
pany of white men be had left In thi
alone. He inet thm, a ftoier promeo.
aim, at op fe th e IMl The1 a
.pow.r-, u, e.ctt a t u l mmat-e,
aided, -b doubt, by te o-teuWt
drechin ashowemM a aspay. had game
far toward as.nm-ting ln' auher
maL, while Mrs. omervte, a womem
advanced W yearn, was able to walk.
though ba b....d with the sodde
eod. Cortuay unlocked Ohe doer of
his cabnl. Elase, her face pale ad tear
stained, but outwardly competed. was
yet shading near the table, and the
dog sprang from her arms the memat
his mater appeared.
"Tnak God" she said, aU ofet a ltw-
ter mOe that the solitary waitlaa or t
death, which came *ot was eMdet. "I
feared I should aneer sa you agai.
Is the ship lost
The wOld soughgf of the wind fBs
dered her wvets ot frlMt, sa* the
captat- had so time for explastism.
"In bere he shooter to Gray, who
had helped obel to eater the chart
room, the first refuge available O this
xpoddeeX
"Sharp with It" hbe thnderft whea
Isobel was unwilling to face the stonar
again. The men took their cue from
his Imperative tome. Gray clasped lo-
bel In his arm and lifted her bodily
through the doorway. The othem al-
lowed hi example. Saom the three
women were with Elsie In the ab.
Isobel, by sheer eaetaon from har pre-
vious' hysteria. was sUena now and
Jaeedale a eonaltsdesations av her
own mgsery. Whe she a t eyes Oa
Male tapped out

me to he cab after or ao return f d
the nteaosaloe,
"Oh, hd be? And he left e wth
thoee devls beaseath"
They both bekad w Oauete a b hta-
ded order:
"Leave the ladles here until we can
The door aimed behnd the
tElse helpd Mra. SomerviBe to a Chir.
wTha she turned to Isotai aA~d am
"It is a sdght thime to diseme wha
Sany m snt may be o"r last but So
captain placed me here. while want
to bangyou. e had goe ooly a few
-cadb when *the ship struck."
Th ecrst of a wave combed over tho
upper works and pounded the sold
beams and planks of the cabin untU
they creaked. 'The ship Ifted some
what as the bea enveloped her.
"Oh, this is awful!" shrieked laebpl.
"If I must die let me die quickly! 7In
shall go mad!"
"Calm yourself, dear. There mnt
be an end of our saufttr a m oo.B- P.
haps we may Wecape even yet."
S."Ye, I know. It any om e saved tt
will be you. You left me down there
to take my chance among these Sean
You have been here hours wth your
prelos captain, eo doubt. Were be
looking after his ship this might not
have happen. Why did I ever comae
Oa this wAtched vessel, and with
you, who ran away from Voatana? I
should have been warned by t. When
be could work me no other eva he
seat you. Oh, you have takes a Sem
vOUg.me, Pedro Vestanal May yie
be daled mercy as I am denied it
now! Go away! If you touch me I
Mal strifte Yout I hate you! I ten
you I am losing my senses! Do you
wish me to tear yoer face with my
Blse, who would have soothed her
4 graubt tries f with a loving hand,
drew back he real fear that she was
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