Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 03 23, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03122
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
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Vinme 14p, No. 254.

as oSheer as 'JL

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MI&e totead thrals a4
tefy'r ft"e ed s er.
Men*' al Women's Li.-Li, a,
SIX PAIV-S. i.M,, Sx/
Men', and. W .&Uf,l,*IX PAIR3r. a
si Mpggths. PrMi ceSL"

"Tkh: GuarMteed Hose of Qusity."
STrIM, smes MlU EveOusTIN

Agents in Ocala

Office Over Munroe & Chamblis.





Rooms 9, 10 and it,
Second Floor, Holder Block.,


Dental Surgeon
Me tver Cemercal il1
Phonet 211
Off"e Hourw-4 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 8 6p. A

Charles D. Hulbert. M. D.

-i Suine
Office Second Floor The Munroe and
Ch-mbIs Bank B lndlng. OcalL.
Telephones: Offlce, 222: Resdence. l22
Office Hours
9-12 a m3., -4 p. m. 7:M30-8 ni. a.


-Plans furnished
on application.

P.O. Box U6.




Opens into the lobby of the

Perry, March fl.-Everybody kzws
tDre liey t Ithat Taeylr co ty Is the hbeat wild ,B
Will b aMd .W G 4 g count In the state, but few ifP f t-
ry Con ra La On fr would h ave thought that panthers fa rictimk f
,,. I l. g .tiS tanled the streets of ftrry. A few
oIndieviutale ntoh l ,daye as a Ilage panther entered the
yard of Mr. W. R Quarterman. the
Washngto, D. C., March e.-That plar oeridA railroad conductor. Pe,@
there will be a lively contest ever the and attseld bi twdodogs. kill ing Sajnd j%. hW- Aqw
tariff bill Ui evidenced by the preparma- eatag one and ay womadlg thie^ lf
tIonsi that are being made by, the ahe A ngro ertvaat. roomita near are a-ljs6 *W406
sponsors for the till) and by those who dt hobne bea t the om *es n
oppse "It. d d o teq does whe the *y f
Chatmban Payne, ably supported by d dog run ti d the .ro w tface a s "" tiol .f th. be e a of Wh t6
him chief lieutenant, John Daimee, of the pfer sitt ing the yard d.- 5stt1 =1 ad*3 sawater stands practicaly CaIes hu
'Pennsylvania, ad the other repubtl- ot other doe. He was too a bpen throughout te dy. a rement with Pfr i
can monmbers of the ways and mesasbafl figomed to -do anything but dat a thriving buklnew: pkaasure vr3 the *l'p^iRt
cornm'ttee. toget er with Represwa- erawl hder Ue bed without givin bf ed the barbm, and two games
tiv, Broussard olf i wias. will b~ne aw Neibors heard the coma h .r
armed with thousands of documents A % t s.0' the o we

ted sopmn.-i-tio .borAs e. t WNW,
caoy theo a 4 Mtiagues a g hB .S.- ....
man Payne on te oor at a aunme
,hamp. Cla. .inorle a.O. .Of w Ust o A ft oedo,

minority member of the, ways x saIf. L C JI&Co ,doing-bu n t-- Ab "e
Committee. The 'doecrte0.Kstatafre-
n', ber are goi n to k a a -trUI ,t ca
fight against every pro dutecti t1e"st"= d -2- SAI0 1
tU. bill unlessA It s a revenue p^ro.-; A $as a -d evsrej Ca" 4 116g001n, L- .., 1 i__ __ _I
sytcerti e->. umer ~ C-m- Qtered t C at Case. I
There probably w' be vereral dd S- i &b Cey r F gA
t ano will h Me f" othuea S,- tOily S At. as .tDo'
pshlo.. Ti. sd, ts ,,t-te to t i, g

ound standing tOgether in opposition Bod S b. a C e. ty. 0.T-af +e
Ar nthetInreasedduy;""a each iuT 1t s
".'" y '"ey th"% **.e.i < .. n., SE .-.
hane deserted hinm. This Illustrates
the feeing that I prsy.JA1 thtTo-- X-S w

.Pipie ftr FIa caw0h0r do1n. fl. w aft,
Synthe dutic cat phr1 a product of

synthetic chetulsty, made frol oi of 1ofhes
tas tine, has been e sseee d a duty asThe .mer.s the Weeder, you at his
vaofl" for cet uber p y owt Psane ebilwlevm4o*kdy bin tIS 4 ,"' bwttin

Mr Payne a. Ur. . lark w s. dba *.r k ,, ,* "-. -*-* -
now imposed in reether in port. onS de or tsge trute. bottle twos B

a rthesult of res*dduty; ld e .thch will WS* -r t. &M ld b !8,Tle- Tk r s
by the department of agr4iture with or ip gtl* Saged for teeatnkafs. Dr. thought;
n tcamph or grow f- ih Florida, thi d Aues'M s w. ,t Oli110ve stet, lJ
have Idenpted a me. It belitteg po e d to C un

plant camphr t s hat pr those .es ctl U. ,-7 o lg
ofthnt teate whipofe the ora8ng indusI w A mem g.,
tcry %hsbedr hould work, forte xtr Af m t two-poW t A

M m* rece i d m. s.. ns t ksonvne. .-'-Phone .". Irt t /It
synthetic camph o a r, which p the past " ', _....__. .,. ". Ito_.c.h r :._
tuis been adsa w etted free of duty as - -. t -E -h -e. in Nwi1, .--. a-7I-0 W-i
of. cents. per PO the same ".In wo.s.l ever soufer ,o .,kidbae s. bill*- ".: .'
now deped caor.a cpor. A r trole. bttle Oft a t l

I Sold, by & mai.10..W _-
camphor gbrow n ta Flrda thftI nuse L W. |aio M ev L -Wit thU H G
try PromFise toe of oW.ira- WS AW e -

tNe lrdby.dpce, !t bef ep W S to, md al .a t9 o w A tw.v ,

ofMth at euae the FaeUm
This iis OW-lr c T .irv M re ASI

OW,*3a trley here nettd
ta traI cu "re ei v

has been adnttd free of duty ase Kin Pll- td WAA
crude camphor. s b I ay Bethe d o; v

'08 a lety ndt A HOW I'd
F'ftl 129I. i-- -- T.^tfgaii
mountain to, 1hoeme Slbfh a41 aao fteota #A

ed *Bd a l 'ey ad rt-010;1*?, i ; IIl i*i- -as
Later It ourtla "oint-a of C F .i i --A HO ANy i
the sredtft tgM Vloftud1 40d -.

*nd WO^ ss i66 A a" V..^^s fl i S-^K*iH B
T" >$a;--S o be" ,nft* -e-SS '

OWaLaHouse. iL eaae" a'a uwwo mnU~N -O-Ww
Offers the very best service of camacty 6 ,f 606,meout, anos Wmw, -- ---A
skilled workmen with modem po~~werk aeno. was* t, *,k*
place.Strictly sauitary. ECitye anfI.peom ymy",-
tric fans, electric massages. horse 'powee -:ot4'O, fi-46116 67

VINCENT C. DETTERSCH. Maummonr ble it tio make a fligor
A ReNsfigoisAuibes 81 Wes..t mmss
Rev. Josemi BL. Vspraerma. Stft sit' ~~
bufy. N~. C.. wbw in the author of sev- .u*,*-''
eral boo"s writes: "For several yeazs
I was aflficted with kidney trouble CITY VIETERI NA SAtSUa6UN41Te2
4Wd lastwinter 1. was suddnily sgdft OWy pbim 1b VSS~ML 'hame 13thiareWtt I~ Wtd'
&M -as cflatad to bsA aftftda30 -,4: iM ben "f
My marine tcoutalSMed&a-thicwhite a5 4jE---Ak i bl* 3 W 9p~ibed -re~~
ituent and Ix pasip e4 AMAtreqnsafACAIt & gu y 010 V00 oft f 14tl
?bleys Kidney Remeyamithe 1pa r D Mhet re4Wev&
raduallr abated #an& BMW eassilMrNswsssi, from .naWh
hasall eefhere all Woinsti.a
edy."Soldby el immeui.b.S eriVER ALM"'E. OWILU be 1116 pes1da Ukily eater-
All careful an 11 ftTHA* -LOVNCHING J.Ibrtnd ua "".16T1 AyIa physigo%
~n &1.~ ~fi Ca ~iI In having coe dnwn4"M al;Ta"Yb1to lot
qwbiu n umftef Sh~t fo a. 44preItap m" *U ft at b aft With has at tie ea, ..Aampft- edisU
M1Wurderer lomeb LcusdEu-cbime& by., V greatWhite p4sgen.
IiUA iJtJ-. Rchinond.VV&, Much SL-UAirellms AN W" fte'bGwutexed.Em- ri nemli Wa to see. est i"fh
.,H R NEChristian was electrocuted In te sut at. $a$ ef ; mf& PVWUifw @w

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THR GOVKRMNUET In uO p WEM .R. k iloi -
,, the .mM ae I. of wsMr his e
THa mwnwo r su sIN ma nsf t ,MAU4I 0rafI i^N1* MIu "
The either of thear hae tsbeM" rm ,W Fa 'n ,to a -aeem". aad wUeahe a- m, t tf
sin*d the shj-eet "I*he svraaait m hthUl lt. eater, HaP t
la the prinatoing i at the I orth. Ath~ os a ab-at s. te . .
coming press aedatlse a't .1 LA setM eAm'aro t nam daiss e pena. *.
imUsne areMl sk a a 42st mThW, W the s 101we i sl.. ame
cow. I*.fs to the Vurmet I w' w e .
printing oa their stamped .velopes.he "Me. that 6 Mr
for their c -stoers, the rd I iff
ot call for i f ds w t Mto0hM 0d- W-
Jones CO., etc.. a peet paf tie wth peme,. was h a vp? hg w-
which most a l printers a4 o nsA- aat atafiad, ftd.. s -rT- u b eo .d p- a hii
pers n the land think beloS teo r tats ci it hi q1s11 .;l aOgM tgt eards
offices. Ipea that .rr Were 10 aelts-
The printers think attthe govern Married_ ae i X-.t llr "alt y g e
meot should not bet eagdad I so olIU the o S wh"e f 1 .. v t a | "
small a, taking the bread out WiM limsV A ght t .
at tm muthe at the le si newspaper ..Mrch asge. M Wi-th-W .WN
Use. A Maid at paterseimm thet this ales p"submm The mmm
sMA m-ane do us g -severme,_ft M Sue ming ... V. asse m ,
she"ld not be Suity e. einBae
At irat glance the subject le ks iaw & Mbi .Si
a "barM storiner, but fIt a mMa. *Ar, th el .- .
this subject, like every aeher subject, r. lia the n tag si c- the -s l
has two sides-the heads of the poet- t seas t e the ield abe prayed Into
office department does not manuftee- JsUt hootews every seoo k nd .ercey, kiiak g all 1t- mgi n
tars the stamped enveloped. but corn- Whe that -W-A A M -l;. .- UMf t W 2l22 S
t*wet ar them, and to eas a au pIi me -"
doas exIpeaseM the g vurmmnt A ie i ge row n, a
deemed It economy to hoV prited a Up l Vl e' Nrb ope d w5 lw ai
the envelop.. "tetani ian 5 days,-a thbe $10 sat F Lch they open the gasmlae oders Ws d OMappest
party endingg the letter simply writ- QuicklyM p3e, ple vi"M l almost la1ed1i081y.
lac his or her nsame o the blank line, that ,et tl AB .thee mNedti fAtor3o...
so that If th letter aisnot cosled Wo The Judge *aw th e llg will ab t1e
the government can rter Ait. to the on".day at Ca - "e - tio -ow- SOt 4
writer. thereby avingto t ** t"f t -- -1. a.0 ,.,. ., ,N
dead letter otaee. Tehis l* has re. omfk, to WM& MAV4 0 0- 0t0 S It wi. st -te
turned mllload of letteff to wita anI pi 1 t r
that were of ret service and vfi a 1 aM.sW' maan t m t6a
This line is printed by the go st .
meet as a business propositom-=, a i.ep
e7 saver to the people, for the manu- "~- i46"eM .- ;.,
facturers charge the g pt 4-roosa 40 W beueks low0V~I Ag-
ICg for this ~ork. as It tW ae" 86. '..-o n wo thew S s a 7 8 1Wi'
amne time the die ot the WII I.; e West Third U t. o, .
the unfolded envelope. A n 4 A. g lrIe5 gle "ets a
son ca have their return carn d prig d- .......
In the left-head comwer unless that i h (i
person gives an order ftr s ea a. ABll ei iW the eher i- o A ie ''"
lopes. In one sense, the govermineint sMsopely Deusrg m 1d tMs hsi
by this measure really bMoomos a ro- m!p* m I i-..rr, pSI the t l. mi-t it t o -WA
mother of letter writi, thnereb : jBPe sVdltatarw. t *** in'k p th .la . d.
larging the social and comsmmkatsl gt hfe iw .0
spirit of our people, which fact is ea-m- P*ake DYl & CO.'5 MbiiatWy 4raF THW Wit. M TKIf Mow
onatrated by the Increased male of o eq @ al uaratin No. L AI W
the stamped envelopes, the bet. tme ott-. ather ia .met pdw asr A -L
. e~igap < rtalflefaitofrfsie-i- 6i
"*SUNNY JIM'S" PETITION Mrs. W. T. OlC M a deal adad Ol 6tt m aoaMke 68a61 K
- ra ,behter, 31 Easseem' ae d. d sOht.s, g I iMwidwat A
The editor of the Star is in sM Bipt a vb1tlg Mrs gea. MX. Cot wasv a bowes .bo dobra, worns. Tby
of a petition from *8Una J," tr...onter rgeIeat pelr. oer mar break i ; d e M SI J.a. fhmey an fla 1ftr7 t
M. E. Robinson, req ,aRUi ea.ty &amnds a alwap l-h|ps teMe bur. b e i thpii r to ad harmtess ZAPr& tta t e'
tranla to be put on from Ocala to Lbk- -Ls eosebrlg -i lt,.a CLbftAi them, Ovor tD ple 1 h
land to connect with the Tart Wr4 Mrs. Coele deMed t p*eiea her I.N et t o carea. Tiey at low mj
maeraig train for Tampa, also to re- visitt to laseburg, M*" Mr. a. 3. Cole "aevft.r' SoMWME I drgsts, Ie As tim
tUra to Ocala Ina the eveain, reah- wept daw Sunday aud eopami Ah* tetyi Ilst seept ay s-,tl.IU
ft* this city about s or 9- *o.' hos ule nlee, MsUe 9aMMa to Oet.tate. i N mW1
This train, as we underteMIand is to tt
run via Dunnellon. I U we stake not We are ageas feor the MeOaI Pat. KIoNAPP"D S0MTti O hS
a similar petition was presented se- ter., 6eId en r write to t___e -trt tiw ...w4
oral years ago and our board ot'f trade an Aprif fa*eme olhet. -The feb Clevelad, (ll Marsh .-LLt %
declined to have anythlarg to do with oeela, Pla. W-ll *s h ei theF p.-^
the same ha* eSAn.ire hoee angnes Nre
e FOR SaI-Thrsee 6 ottaa, Nos. Vy Fam hrat watd Row oM aewo
Thoae of our readers wh avet kept IT, 1 and X S eary s1t0at, WeAst. ApI- a Ian P las.hdai g a
track of local affairs a sware of th6 ply to No. 28, Nerth WiAt street seat trmed to i lmatherat e Euieadn
fact that COL J. H. IUvngaton has express office. A. T. Struck. 2-1-tU BetW hef bot Mtat 8O3 V.toek,
taken great Interest nla the soap tree, o nh IoaUah iei-t
of which he has several in his yard, Thlrty.* lh In Ta qmtee regto TO"attlsi the kresappe -- -- i
and what he has said of the tree and a at foru a as bolr fthert sad aa agent of the *kid-
Its uses and adaptablUty to our all- 0s.. e& y4 appear. here, the boy was placed on
mate and soil has aroused great la- teat car e4 the eautkirts ofat the
terest In this tree and Its possliflities iptnoSAw I Aa m M. atu d s ta"te tot ia hotel portly
of usefulness and has been recetivian c alk sle es ..a SO :e SAS
letters from all over the country Con Ab e W, V.,- y So4* Ib- IOW *A
corning It The latest s In i .ba M It veabt, the lad e
ctlwen of California, who said*eUad a th*e -ad tal e
Aeen an extended notice of the tree In tekyn Kiniy 3'6 at N e es 4 agw5 helto go iMKII
a Pacific medical JournaL. o lea10 aSA
Rev. T. J. NhtA. pretsding elder, e PMiM M a S bya n "heA da im a m 49i f
went down to aeX Lake this aItor7o h.r a It._-t I
to hold quarterly costhroi* WNW .7MS Sawel M*4* "' %

Lake Weir. who was tI tows yestsr- o v s aai si -
day, is the owner of a motor boat $1LYIR P *.: '*.* OaN ead -. 'Iw
Which, he said, was kept seuy triday -.-- -*- :* -i*i- v S35 Sh
trasportian guests of the hadthpde laay aftoeera. g psh g 1*t, o1 M ,dL -Sr __a
Hotel to Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. (3oodwat osrd t prt vimewaa arsm3dl th aeMlir. e inmatMeneIt?
house-warming at their aew uangatow peph ee thts i met .-a-u g Ma *f
at Woodmar. He reporld the attend- theplaat aai wt-iewh nt veryJ
mace very large and every portion of ...fomrtaMe ha*4 bee ppavud Tgar HptapL -
the take was represented. 3 prybpdi, Ms4 &hid a help maO eep"ti r( nl JSKONVILLE
had a good time and greatly eaJoredH igioeus uetslMl. 3 3. Base. pnstt .4 -*
bornee loud ta their praise er* rehaoed to a rter ..eeailOB ZL

senator D. H. Baker, of*.OraM-' ThI-as Neeid.u" Tho hlapth5e?
Women. Summer county, and Ogr repr- tentlom of the iHeribs.
seutative In the state eaie, n athteal to eaaae he i is
buslneus visitor to Ocala yeoteraay. mwi Vth mec ISe t
shaking hands with his atqpy Oealk atctar aad eth A g I) 'a
friends. He attended Prof ll...- 'sw letiMust Is tet m I huii 5
son's lecture last night at, the Bap- eisqumagbt. It was iMmO it h1"0 :

tist church on the layman's, muvt.eet .I Ia. -1 1".r ._i, :. -, o ii
la the cause of Christ. .o.. .. I 'I .e e Ie -* 4 e ...
*;. -. perbitaem. a u a4te ab1"im As k
Mr. P. W. Brooks, oft Caamtlde. N. raaise o esimw Usc -alo d 11 ffl
T., was in town yesterday. r. Brooks ,.( al da!irna. ,who Mi a e .. ,- ""
represents the National 1rnf* Com- I't wIty Ng M I l-
pany of New Haves, Coan~a to ta a all aM an It -I) hv e ti. -h1V0 14
Florida In the Interest of his c4tera. mnet 01 e h we th whih
.He has, however, had a ale of Asth- last I.ial aft ple a2
=n and for the past month has been qi pvered toja to iutly the
confined to his room In a Jacksonville 9ropeae4 090da7 chO eaterpriatA, -
Jiotel, to within a tow days ag, bt eier as ldrs p l l. a h M
now Is much' Improved and ta "be ""
around some again. He saM while t -
Jacksonviae, the Odd Fellows. bearftal k ffI
of his Illness, were very kind to him -
and paid him many apprecatIeMd attea- al S fl I t
tons. Mr. Brooks went, down to Bet- V I
leview today to echao* greti y. ,-
with old friends. Heand his eed wire em the _
were residents that bmeatltl .ity .a t- I *-'ww*
toa palmy days of the o arew- 3 .-
SIntodstry. he, being one of Its gro iveht IW 1 e I
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J. D. Baiett, a former itha' of
Anthony. but now In the r eag grove
business at Largo. was in totow =---
day payiag taxes. He speat Sunday
with his children at older. Be i
looking well and dotia well. althsk
he say. rain Is greatly neeuad Ms

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Eight Room House, remodeled and ll lafet il b CJ.a .--:a : -
improvements put in, good te~ms, Price m. t..a. -- -m -- .- .*l
Phoe. or ,M year' -I .."s'
Five Room Cottage located in best edtion of city w Mith bM W paw. -_
all improvements and large yard t f I- -6M. 5o, Om.-
good terms, priceP -pric Uso. a tY an4u st
Large Lot 110 x 200 feet located on Cl Mr. John ,Hnts or istlitxua, 1 4
was |t &.. n today. --? .." -. VO. W
O0,klawahA avenue, price-..............lVWW ':'- 1' c -tiru couty ,
..... ff Ca~ o C c nty. was "" " *u i
Small Cottage, locrted. near Public School In h the city Ud"ay. m.....,. ,.L
Building, price t ...............- ..r O. ,a .rtla TEP-OTI. I
delered4 by the tos(Ae Drmtore.
SCity Lots tI a Mr. D W. Robert fT ah. :. .

,090 la st..t th -R OFb.... -...... t .. p rty whch she was giving Is O
iH I .- L. .r mee' s i rnti"ng ilthm aesaui wo pt. e i "* T i
W anted Houses to RentL .M Broo, of Inve.. l. *t I -,-, Meftl of the Southern R ^r2,.--- --
.. the Mooateu~ma. BaptiaiConventom. gave a vey iter- aM,
ea :' ting iM4 itruIIe IeIIsm-jsItnI Ed
Want to Handle YoUr R#al Estati The Mottenna had a fine ist qf ending at the Bapxtit celtm
Look after and Collect yow Rent % eh S

Wanted Some Small Tenement Douses oty


To ivesm at Good Poet.
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Everett Piano

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.accuracy, dhe intelectuul auuuo in a lme
by deassof boob in the hibary.
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notes miwAcal cukure ih d6 uis te 6aron
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q The greater necessary in te pe .
of an EVERETT doe "vot cotifaea.
larger expense acat. but u an ad"iO-l
mjvment m a aie v and more va"la iw
aty. The greater &.ablaof aoEVEREIT
and dte more perfect c i 1 g
from is useare the rdedi YM ce am
dte added invtoeem

Musical Instruments Sodd
on Easy Payments at
Factory Prices

Buhecriptlone to stock tf this -ft9;
e-tiom wii be received at0 te -,
gferela& Buk b the M;ne '
NIls M Uank and by the setafy
22. Holde lock. t M SM in
fully paid and aon-aM; be.
Marion ;County a AMsOaiut
T. T. Munroe. TraTi.
We an *nis fe for MCall Pw.t-
lqft& bd or writ tdo stem for
an A061l feehien shook .The Sobs,
Ocala, Fla.
OuOr seeoed-haad, four-bora tur-
peftidne wagons for ale very cW for
cash. Apply to L Horne &C., York,
Fla. 3-2
We have a large supply of fredM .
guaranteed melon. caataloupe and ar.
des seed of all kinds for the spring
planting. See us before buYg' yor
Supply. Tydincs and Co.
We wnt to feed your horne. R*
soable fates of board by day l or
mouth. Most comfortable stalls to
the city. At Guerrants livery bam
amd veterhqary hospitaL

Washington. March 2S.--Fair tonight
and Wednesday with rising tempera-
4 .
A por(wtable bath is now being shown
in our city which has many points of
excellence. Circulars will describe It
more fully. Quincy Dwight haM the
agency and will politely explain It to
S our people And during the afternoon
and evenings the handsome applIance
may be Inspected at the Singer Sew-
ing Machine office. Mont-zuma block.
All are urged to call. esprWlaly te
ladles. Following the healotr'ctore"
this usanitary arrangement l oppor-
tune. Be sure anf see It.
The latest shapes In yachtfta straw
hats for boys. young men and middle-
aged men. Different widths In b rims
and several different heights Is crown.
The best line we ha4b ever shown In
this popular hat The H. B. LMasten
The local employees of the S. A. L
were made glad with the comIng of
the pay car yesterday.
We are personally acquaintled with
Quincy Dwight who is introducing' a
portable bath apparatus In our city..

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