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 24, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03123
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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Agents in Ocala


Office Over Munroe & Chambliss





Rooms 9, 10 anl ii.
Second Floor, Holder Block.



Dental Surgeon
Slce ever Cmermal Bank
Phone 211
Ofie* Hours--4 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. m

Charles D. Hulbert, M. D.

WM sftf ysl
-i Surgeon
Office Second Floor The Munroe ann
Chambliu Bank Building. Ocala.
Telephones: Office, 221; Residence. 221
Office Hours
9-12 a. m.. 2-4 pmin. m 7:S20.Xf w m
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Plans furnished
on application.

P.O. Bex 46.

Ocala. Fa.



Opens into the lobby of the
Ocala House.
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
plianccs. Strictly sanitary. Elec-
tric fans., electric massages.
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Sailed from New YVwk YV ard* amd
Reesived the Greatet SemI.-Off
Ever Gives an Ameriaa

New York City, MUrch 24.-The
Ameis ian liner Hamburg, bearing
Theodure Roosevelt on his way to Af-
rica. left her pier at Hoboken at 11
o'clock yesterday amid the cheers of
thousands who filled the streets and
docks in the neighborhood of the
Hamburg's pier As early as 7 o'clock
people began swarming In the direc-
tlin of the pier. The Hoboken and
New York police and military aides
kept a strict guard over the Ham-
burg-American pier. only these In-
vited being allowed withiN the pre
ciaects of the dock. Mr. Boosevelt
said farewell to his faitlly sad the
Longworths at Sagamore Hill, only
iKermit and Archie accompanylat bhi
Itto this city. At Oyster Bay depot be
wavi d good-bye and good luck to his
neighbors. On the train Mr. Roose-
v,.It jokingly told the newspaper men
he did not believe he would be gone
a year and a half. He said that if aw
newspaper men should try to follow
him into Aftlca they would be pitch-
ed overboard. He declined to send
any final message to the public. The
passengers crowded Into the ear to
shake hands, and he greeted all jov-
ially. expressing thanks for the pub-
lic's solicitude. He dodged the pho-
tographers on the ferryboat, and was
hurried from the ferry to Hudson riv-
er tunnel in Douglas Robinsoa'm auto-
mobile. He shook hands with the
motorman on leaving the train, and
cheers swept the deck when he was
discovered by the crowd. Doffng his
hat, he hurried up t' galngay to hIS
stateroom, which had been decorated
with thousands of roses. Once set-
tied there, he announced that he
would see his friends and *hen the
crush began. A delegation of Italians
presented a bi bronze tablet, for Mr.
Roosevelt's ea.sistance In the earth-


Of th Memwera Hae Doetaed by
Andrew Carmegie and LW4rig
A. Chaw
Rolltah College in the 23rd year of
its history has probably never cdle-
brated a more Important event than
the .dedication on Theriday, Febrm-
ary 18. of Its two memorial halk. one
In honor of Andrew Carnegie maad the
other In hofor of Loring A. Chase.
Many prominent friends and lead-
era of education were present, having
come to bring greetings of congratu-
lation and good fellowship to Rollins.
and a number of old students had
gathered to rejoice with their almo
The dedicatory exrerlsees were held
at 2-AI a rnnmn m- 0

quake. He will reach Naples on the a .Vinu .n o. ,a -,, awerea-
Ith of April. rom that port he will tended by a large assemblage of
continue his trip on the steamship friends and p"etms President Wn.
Admiral for Mombaza. or to Kilgard- ..presided bo at-
ing. He is accompanied by the ernoous 4u6eU ,a bd Im c .ho h
Smithsonian representative and Ker-added c to
mit, but not by Mrs. Roosevelt, who. friendliness and good ebeeT which
with the children, will sail later. 'haracterlsbd the occasion, gave cor-
The Hamburg sailed at 11 0. Mr d.11 welcome to alL He spoke of the
Roosevelt stood on the bridge shout- gift of land to the college by Mr.
Ing good-bye to the crowd. Kermit Clha H. Worse. of Chkilcsuand Win-
stood by his father's side. oa ts P r which had made possible
whistled, belis rang and the greatest the extension of the campus to the
send-off ever given an American cit-eastand th addition westward of
lien came to a close. President Taft an espla0mads driveway and walks: of
isent a message of well wishes and the removal to sites of Clover-
alsent a mpressagent of we gold pen. an leaf Cottage and the dining hall: of
a e a parent oe r y ofd peHr. the new water system, the gift of W.
The machinery of the Hambrg c. Comstock; and of the two new
when srhe ailed was in perfect condi- bu ins e b Andrew Carn"e
tion. her ' were lled withtean ld ifs A wi
choicest coal. The conudent expec- on. Joseih Carter of Illinois, and
station in that the boat will reeh Na- Col. D. B. D -er of Augusta. Ga- both
plen in record time. Aboard the ves- seVoolmates of Mr.Chaua, gave rep
sel are several hundred first cabin and nces of his early life igA
many second cabin passengers. Thea tl o h hs pure, true
Roosevelt party ocupy five state- hMt had be, hisldearest wish
rooms, with.a loungig room and bath, to-foune a eog otr you0 g men. Dr.
At Naples the members of the B'kekP a, =0n th&at Mr. Chase,
Roosevelt party wtl transfer to the wbo- a a Smember of tthe Wrty-foteu
steamer Admiral of the German East R omet o" Maf aaM-ate. famlAt-
African Line, whl S t 16o sall April 5 ftIrSet a e Ms a lasett t oMa5t
for Kilindini Harbor, Mbmbasa Island. whes e cam to die, was buried In
They will arrive at the East African Samthmer selm and gave his property
port toward the end of April. proceed abuse. The president
by the Uganda railway to Nalerob add: Chese Mall is a home for youmw
spend six months there, then continue men. where young men wlfl think ar n
by rail to Port Florence. Lake Victoria feel aad make fndshlp; wMi love
Nyanza, making a total distance of &n doubts and weep and woe-
584 miles by rail. O w what life mea and what Ufehas
Thei expedition will cos ganap ore W the I Aknw place
by caravan, and bnally am i oW a r erek mr*e pathette and more
whole length of the Nie., rhbeaMutite i*A the piece where young
Khartoum about one year from this -a ,W for that matita young worn-
date. Much of the hating and *pid- enI pas ge ye ars t their streak
men collecting w ll be done In Brit"ish strata toward lfe-nad to them
East Africa, where the Uganda rail- we lovingly dedicate Chase HalL"
way will be used as a saeans of ready .peahk#a of Andrew Carnegie and
transportation from Nairobi, which the great aeope of his widespread
will be the base of supplies. elarities, Dr. Blackman amid: "The
At Khartoum. It is expected the ex- one thing which Interests us more
president and his' sea d l be joined personally t Mr.Andrew Carnegie is
by Mrs. Roosevelt aal'Miss Ethel ate -tt .M 1"as giLve : us this
Roosevelt, a ho will company them eiag gl agatlT W We dedIea. Car-
on their trip to Europe. The JW -ge he& to the extewaston 4flilowl-
naturalists of the party-Major iEd- *edge b that the llege m ay m aie
gar A. Mears, J. Alden Loringa and & e tee t h baut lectsion of book
Edmund Holler-will proceq direct 'and a lad; equipped o afces i
to. the United States from gypt. Mr. which'to ca oo Its work." i
Roosevelt Intends to remain to Con- He also alosamced the asalgnlu, Oa
tlnen Europe and In Great Britin retirtA greats to Prof.. Lord. Long-
for al lll year. having accepted Invi- well ad Baker by the Caraege tnmM-,
tations to deliver lectures at leading datloa for the advancemet of tealch-
universities in Germany, France and tin, and the farther offer by Mr. Car-
England. negte of c ,24 for the ee "lion o a
The German and British authorities science hall. ceditloned an the rais-
In Tast Africa already have offered ag by the efolege o an eqasl s0m for
to place every facility at their dis- the endowment of the department of
posal for the convenience and safety science.
of Mr. Roosevelt and his party. There A prayer of dedication was offered
is not a member of the party who is by the blshqp of Maryland, followed
not an excellent rifle shot and as- with music by the Rotlas Ceral So-
surnutes have been given that not the clety, led by Mr. Waltia DrenmneA,
least fear need be entertained for the Instructer in vocal m1ae

isaIety or ni-e expe u o. TrustedB
guides and native carriers already
have been engaged.
Kermit. Roosevelt, the ex-president'
second son. whose age Is nineteen
goes along as the" otlcial photo
grapher of the expedition. His collec-
tion of photographs of animals and
scenes will be made Use of In a
scientific way %nd as tIlmtatlona for
books and articles which hia father
will write.

has many obstructions, but none so
desperate as poor health. Sueeems to*
day demands health, but Electric Bit-

Some detaWble o a esfi for rent
the Star budding, third lor.

Any ome lglag od storage
roum eamod mme In the third floor
of tm tar Imltg.
magke meet teoht.
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M o e y f r Little Ph s me" f r d wr * old in ... .* . .
S L. StiGger and R.T R. Corre wilw hit* wts wa tin Their PA..n. t A i 7th
SPr-.--. The thirty- ixth annual meeting of
Cleveland. Ohio. March 4.- a ti h Florida edica l Aoo atk.-will' "
C. L. 8I TNGER,1 Edt arrest here last night cCt a ~ o in Pe olsa on ApoU 7th. ,
Vow" having $9.7,7ISthe& pins---oe s,, l T1 AlE',..
n Lasnot en pe se.L th ea S-- .e nofu-a h s prmiU.sessi ons be oInt-e*
.t. AMN 90. I..l1.... M er on. the police believe they han p- ,t, bte g l3.OISP agmes t- the
tared the kidnappers Of Wile Whitfi. hisy y sthe OuIhota -l
--" In fact, the woman inO tw wb Ins Dr. J. H.Z Loveaof Jacksonuille. willn--
MRk TOODS PARTY somewhat befuddled. adsmtted that delver the principal a ddres m an the "Moir"sit
,o0 MilS CAMP she had been responsible~ f t O kiW- &s e1 d
napping. Beneath the w es o kirt sTiala s tf, ah rtdre
one of the very O ge f the was fo ad the money. All t it but asfol J ,: Preddest Dr.. .. M-ce-
many lovely parties giveS ths winter $40 was bound In packages wiS the prKimest. Dr., .Jr, SaIe 2ss*As Time u
for .tis 7e younger soetY Wt w as the original slip. placed n e the 1 p ild Ieat Dr. .L D. Ir. .,iv lfgdl
one 1 ngl t ,ogivenby C. C. when Wh took It from t ,baunk sap Ol; .talt president,
Todd at her petty e on the still around it. -1. LA.b N ; adeietay.
eights in complmet to awO pop- "- Dr. ,.D.. Cm" mBdvfle; i& 038 A
alar girl from nraki,. Vt M DAYTONA ACH RIACS brarlan Dr. C. Ty, hekso avn -l se
MAy Camp. - h-- The togowla f Oes pyealetnas are HOr WarhtUs
The ertir rer floor of theTodd Datona Beach. March 24.-A per- on te pUrgra: Drs. D. M. ltah. 6 5
home was fragrant with beautiful ect course. Mtal weather ndittlons W. V. Newom, & Van Hood, A. L. 1 .
bouquets o t use roses and a9 d anmllhilton of world's Vrd Islem sad W. H. Powers. Dr. Hood. ".
trtume Mrs. Todd and Mr. B ar the penin of th0Oe sventh wi read a paper on -"Medii Treat- Ernig Perfor B M wu
Todd gMisqd the guests at the front annual Dyto Desch ramtourn*- ment of Appendicdtis," ad Dr. Smith 00 li
door and after a few words of greet- ment here, yWdteIy ftbo one on "Diet In Typhoid Fever." -and wa -s a s
ing Mrs, C1aeUce Camp asked them Promptly at 1:45 o6'loek the eotcal Drm. Newom, Isit and Powers will iiB. CM a"ll "'-,
to the rat arranged punch bowl. announe anamoed the peaia participate I the dlioomiama. _g_ _s _l___ _ _ _a_
which wasr acefuly presided over by event a quarter-mile dah bol. There -oe S e
the eeomplIshed daughter of the wer ten entries which Irepresetd LOVE LAUGM AT ICSKSMIWT mrch at bad -Mm
house, MisBRezxe Todd. asested the most prominent rdMers o the t th
MIse Miriam Conner. Both of these United States, Colinea, oot. ier, ut the MiMr -d rAesmra h
lttle miMses were pretty in dainty Mitten, 0eahote, Wiley. Walker. WU- Chi laby the i tBMto
white frock llams, Bardgett and HUL PagWtA- Dery J-Oriy
In' library the honoree who by Ished Me.ros the line a winner, with Chi ,Illagarin*ast bt lod 3 t'.
her winsome ways has made herself Mitm a close second. Root aad Walk- h Aoler an os aretisealaleothi

N. J., Miss Edith McGuire. of Smeth- The ne t "e, ."sa for I esm nowthe b. S of of l M -er wbo It is oo.' ,a r r ." alp t
.- ." "e o e o~ey Im b 1 for monts had 5ed the yo ungwom- W y' 4s.- .l .1--th.
tier or more entertaining group of vti- Ing at $1.00 to $1.7ff. There was only hs bol chtivar hp v ae2 ad? ht1 _fib .a"-e
lUbe girls formed a receiving line in one ar hnteWe in the cla e a blebdva have tonotheas't

Orc at l or.ea on ent wo New Yoraa With e -l si and t il t-S
.oSu. Wither you ng e sstood driven by George DeWla, Jusn- the d a a2. ,
Koamerm Heron Todd, James Taylor.AilS D tby. who a tHe bLO wthO orn
.rRobert Andas ." Jr.fnank Harris, the ck onteat at Od t 1 t asUZo mget ~ p
Jr, and CharleI MIppen. weesag. rwb ra a X166t v ddh m ,.. i- -. $a. t --
setaagundl games were played and Wmi, ia Ro ~ p peht inras t "'-a5th ao. is tSy23 wr -ioumse._r .4- eas..a t .--
ptogreslons were and aon card Lytle, t the wheel a ttSmBtc en- I n mot-he0 r 11 I-te.- t2awmto "i, t tn t-- a
wh had been Im a desg s termed I the ci a itt Mwothe he te oteU. fe e
appropriate to ea l.By a" class I race Is1:44:54. to W .t meIa_.t .. _.. at swen r. .. ..It,-.
pa"rin design partner ond.e u The, e-ea event waefsr _9,h o .n for oel e t t. s emdaotas ebaW ,- -
UMiss Francis Anderso made the t two in three hea ts,"rthe SIt OloC, o. p oe t ahcoa ao eo..
highet sitgcre lesar nnor Thonea sad rllcod creyb m Owlaatge1
theg thay ver grlshaodsDewar $2.lttrophyetoebe Sate- s (hb P fo, a ne
given gol th* & vilinacooptaeen oiaterthe atBeI
wiss otrghttMaheaywintee,_the 8116-rLucasthe tst have acquiar1- a OUni rsey.eN Mthe sWI
M t Toi ddi am ,ent' holderoofsthe tenth jbof3 trhs in ed 3 J. i wh Dt thetntAY aet CHATab at. lt
go d4 9&ke-k pl with apearl In the Marriott, who made the arftmthehe i senMtio*Vr n I&wF e, q iMte ."n Ix;-A m& --o"
crescent of a now mon., was won by record of 1-6 onc on the eropa o~a g pct ens th- -W i to ,
Mr. ippen. Tothehonoree.wa g- last yer. It w a won t by David Baco $ ~ sein0 y on S o a testr. pb oOM I it' .-
en a hawh n-e Ocala souvenTir dpoo Brownr T of New Yorkin a9de ns aw lianMid, and that sia am 9Will A e AA Dlck, on b nWiStrrt-"-- .0 IL. YM e
with the Heorrda m aml on the handle. somecond ett. d skle mize &la3s lam LA. on z ( OR epp .
Mr. Todd., iss.ted by Mrs. Camp The fourth event. a one-mlle motor- mcar ea cow t veor ase t t.45m-m"" ,
and Misses T le Todd and NIim cycle record trtl. was wrm by Will- ooe hevere- b.y t he t HO SAes AT A -ne or ai
Conner served strawberry and pineap-. lam May of New York In 4o msemonds H s tre oa ia .en ae -lD o th toA A. e t e h~k a
pie ice cream, two kinds ot cake, ar
siated b- aladk n. Checy. m iate.s wJs hbet -reiini wiih 4e dln'tl *ri*
amonds and mints. Just -PLEASED WITH THE LOCATION .worn to beta e", and subscribed1 og-S p ,. ..
guest was given a slip of paper on tejh ounge -e In-a pen, Wths Atth dy f De4, o....t ,epat .m . _
which was to be written a wish for ra bMl Ac SW. eb roiolrSt&hi m0 S 'U I
the honoree. Mrs. Camp strung the Wi I feA. IdW.i S a Halls Ca1Pta b e ISto tken iteS orewG o er a -,lIse u,.o
wishes In a little book prepared by houesFwiaact-cl-the to. as
the hostess for them and MiS An- John TogOslawhoi to be nlly, na athe either to ve
der d em aoud the ma- the supervising rct for the w and musous saris of the system u i pi prmy is te iest -w k .A M ,say '
jorlty of the wishes will come true. Hi vernm0ene buildintP asOes tht thie Is- e dt f r test me al. Sree.- -''-"iB. B
Mis Camp will always make her cationfor the now structure Ideal m 3. Ch"em e p &C P ttoO aer .t l-t. mSi._,c,-.e ...a ._t-- u a,.,. 'e- wa ,,
home In Ocala. Vies; Mary Connor one aW really could scarcely be lm- S"od by B drugglsts, 76e. Take
thou played several beautiful selec- proved upon. Halrs Pa-Uy Pills fo omButipadp.'
Misas aee MacKay onhoe piano. f work for the pst fif eden yyrou% thia LAUNCH MXI* Y WB f iIOW sL G 0 U 6
Kions eMaan the pia b hnL b.d ,..SI
Mrs. Todd Is e charmiln hostess and being the tenthob of this kind that MAY @ CHARTEt .-RT.o . ,"- a
her party last evening for Mis Campp he ham erntended and m ate Itb ia*s -- .,One. o.ot t *m2a! ..+.
was thoroughly enjoyed by the fol- all that could be deedn every way. The Widow. d
lowing young folks: Misses Camp, The only objectionable feature Is canopy top. safe, swift and "omrfta Z l M l w 611t I
Rapaljl. McQulre, McColley. Franclis the narrow streets that will adjoin the ble, Is for b i at liver, Sprn. ,i.e __S 001111
Anderson. Lucie tndley.le building, but In time we hope to. see either (or a shirt trip en the u. CrW --iiiB
MacKay. Mary Connor, Anna Nixso,m the city council purchase the prop- a moonlight emewi or pictc tto Iw 2 9 l
BottUe Wrny Mclver, Annie Atkinson. r and widen them polts on the riVeror for aI U t oriaps ,, h+-
Messrs. Heron ,and Ben Todd, Morris The appropriation made Is a hand- Palatka cr Jacdisavllle. A carefu liatf-md pit bows *p 'l-di-
Smith. Bruce Mefferte am Teague. some one, but he thinks that more pilot and skilled engineer always In LEAST WE4FORE"T ae t Ithe w!tu..s--..*ad i 'h hi
Prank Harrft.J., Robert Anderson, should be asked for. as the location charge of the boatL Ordeft should be to te wVI@a" .
Jr.. James Taylor. Mada Haughton and demands a large and attractive build- booked seral day ead to make' To the Cl"sets oI Matia County: thse cork and .aN wU&
Charge Fllppen. Ing. It occupies a more commanding sure of an engsget.-L "all on L. D. To remlTnilou th at We intend to held The wMsa tek the ftlMsk. MWS .
position than the Ocala building, and Mathews at the Ocala Steam laundry, a Marlo, County ftir ci lally pulled out O cark, mistn tl
Sstar r with incre r even under the present .tw-.trgea or phone him at No 11. -tt the te orwhiccontenta nad HMn 1ld d
T Star he with sincere rret off to a No , bte ack to a

h an evangelist In their hee a gt, da I uavl.a un.- eon, u H '-inc
land thmore o the o --------- .... ta a e of faruin t e It
sbollty and strength to their better- 4 at b1 Mt e det ertleet.- *e i3 M|b Mt|
wernt ad the education of those who b rmou pOttedt frwom w Pheie hmef tt way AT m ,,,detail.. ag.uWbin t--nt. w e ,C_ .l.rw2 .B. *--
these yers p be ha h solken. written mate, returnd y anldl ith BwI 1 ---- I- the ca*. a ,.eatly e thto the mtakn,- ..- t hn. and S aS.?.S .
tand anrduested thousands and tens ot the elelo o the o ftepu am e I Haing a rdS L 1' .
hanof people In his work and shantar In-peitor, wh Th Lu wtht Hal Ta SPlort oft e mi artile we * m wgui-yo 1 gor.

world now roeogntoes and appreciate. Uy.tt0- .- a. t "', ".... S M " "+ **-" -: +-. fe_ r t

He Wed la b th year,. lamented ULas U .When he d esdid h t ~T- A ob ttr
one who lived that the world might Ha s be was allowed P.a l m "
be better and more considerate of the om unknown s b puremed wta, mat ,he u itpa iMeA 'j .
dumb animals. 2"o me Honeyo yart t t the, A sa pearslgi is e
ELKS' ANNUAL ELECTION no hart,. ,drug. a iinwM. e-----t- reour WNextna-te-we ta Sl .
The Ocala ks held a welt.attended operi mwh y iwWith anU- .d . eae. he lt

ford Webb, of Kendrick; Charles A- FOR SALD-A bar*' IP m .. 22 u2J2e Ms was asked
Treere. of Belleview; Dr. 0. BMen- Myreits & Bro. bdser p Lg. S*t ae g g be n opportuty- ,
kin r D. B. Knbler and W. h. B oswell. No. hav, with 2-In. sctflf san 2--... Ia the ost to ..r amead.ents or s ,As= s..i
Walter Pni Warnock of lvenes. of water per hour and lti it becae ery tdigat when Mr. l t "- M -- -ea ..
dThe naes of several indiibers were or the equivalent. J. 5McClymDda. Garrett of Tansesse acted hM It ___ in u. ,1>k is a
dropped from the rolls for non-pay- .tV ag the B" as whole wars not "- .--m. a
mdeot of dues. Mr. and MIr. A. Barnett left yeas. rMAevRalIsO Uard" itht wa*t ....

tord C. Webb, exalted ruler: T. Drake. east coast. ward." . ( .r T ga0w .Wa .*eWtb
eteemed leading knight; Sidney Halle. The Senate was nots lteea itonvi s Ia h etmte-- Drug-tort. amd-l
eeten ed loyal knight: W. H. Bos- Dunnellon was well repre-eated i-a tea M o. i. tt i neBsIt ato tla" el l
well. teemed lecturing knight: Ocala yesterday afternoon by DrO. the yetr to catavetI. eit yt ie shod at
Stephen Jewett, secretary: George J. Baskin and Grifith, Mayor Kiblel t hS FirST CLASS fA RHANa NG rd t tfat to a ew to se yef he*BBM MM f 5.
OBltch. treasurer: E. C. Stale. tyler; Mr. R. H. Sanders. ~; Ap20 tSlT lN take a toMe a few O aS f t 1 imt DI e
T. T. Munroe, trustee for three years. AND eorNTIs o Laatie okh ap w vy
Mr. Stephen Jewett was elected del. Fbleyw s Botey and Tar etres coughs i have opeem d t Oualsa a bhop for p, tl. t% eo
gate to the grand lodge, which meets quickly, strengthens the lungs and hlgh-cla papemrangi and psa tnag the cold by datihagit freM the asa-
In Los Angeles In July. Dr. William expels colds. Get the genutie Ia a anSd i is derLvterm by agew t t*rateg P-ltueafe&te aeta a l 2e2
Anderson waa elected alternate, yellow package Sold by all dru-ints mate on every panttng aat d paper- the bls. Childr-_aplg Ike .iS
After the business of the evenin-p hangg jo that i to be dobe nt Kennedy'- lazative Coegh Syrun as --e/e 1 in
was finished a light collation was -f ANO TUNINi) OcoSte IaSheauto P e It&p r m an tet o h pl ttes MA angra i L-Ate-lM
i sn l C. Webb, exalted ruler; T. Drsake.ueastnmoaema A, l

spread in the club rooms, of which the --N TETael i Iaha I s eM t btt p-manpinly
00teemed loyal knight; W. H. Bot-sDunnhllonaWohaleetefnsenteddIn f Is sold by T "a t-es, of.

members partook. Ten yean experence. eferece oerday tet up to date Ie f paper b- u)the ear to ou it Is
any music teacher a Ocala, a. laps, slk abric goods and itaoa n
The Gainesville Sun. In speaking of music house a Jacksonville. 'Pone tling, bth Simoted and demesitl on MA E
the death of Mr. Chas. W. Chase, one os. A. M. eanford. atyru. 1e-tf he market sad my Intearor aecorsa A portable bat ias w beang shown WhGilt -
of the distingtshed and leader, bwhh tonmeets qukl up to date I have t-ade r In oar -y whide lhas apm peanth o g.n an
Aft men of that businety. n New York JUNK OUHT AND SOLD spenl of Inobterior work for years and n exc Cirla will deerlbe it A e
sprfew days ago, said c t was ofcaued by the -- -tea suat any oIe. I make fthe best mo ra .f lIs lcy_ it -M -as tohe . i .
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'The finest, most tasteful Mad
SSwholesome biscuit, cake and pas-
try are made with Royal Bak-
ing Powder, and not othervie. j

I Royalistbe ay ak I Powdw
Mape hreow
Royal Grape Crem do Tantar


Eagles meet thil evening.

Re-q Nfo-n rmeet tnmeer,imm 've'ninr


Th,. Metropolitan Band went t
C',leman this morning on the 2 ocloch
4,.aboard train to play for the cot
house rally and barbecue there aday
.vr-,l, citizens accompanIed theM ba
I i

Mr. I. W. Duval r,-turnd lIast night < around to the Air Do"a this ev
Mr ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ f-ig hav yourl -un,1_~ln~t^ heart =00owed bi
from profes.sional trip to Tavar-s. ning. idave mlnyour hce e u aWd yo
"'Fireside ReIlrcnes"ad yo
~Phone~orPsend r r'riptonx totickle-box upset by "Grandfather an
Phone C ourt Pharmacy. r nth Kitten."'. he Protessov aA di
the CurtWax Works will keep yot j 'uesi
Ms La R r has r'rn:1 "Wigs Made to Order" will later
M l Lola Ray!4or hasn rtiir .-,l to, ,
her' toik-goat Sparterhurg. S. 4"-.t you. whether you are bald-hera
h,.r ,'ollegKe at Sp~artenburK. .'s ,"*
ir not.
IUse Plank's Chill Tni (,uaran- FOR SALK-Orange grove at Bout
t-ed. Price 2!e. Sold ty all druggists. Lake Weir. now In full bloo M
r_ ee f ce r. a choice of a 5. 8 or 10-acre grove ata
Dr.the O .B. Jnalaofch,,riat bargain for the neixt few ,daA i
____Ocla_ w. ,. Mo. at once. -.. N. Wlom.goat
lake Weir. I- 1 1
N.unnally's fnlue candles fresh every "
0-- week at the Postofflce Drugptoe. At th me tltew Tw 1 +
Mrs. Charles Schn,,i,.er r,.t,-n,,d thi- afternoon from a %'I-if t,, her sm at i,-',dri-',.s and D. 14. Onteen t0ft
ftunonl ion the initiatory degree in Odd Fello
Dunnllonship. Mr. F. M. Hodges, of
One pouno of paper and two ks1 arofina. was a welcome. valtoW. : ,.
of envelopes, very best grade, for b t late atur
Lr)ST--A gold bracelet late Aktur'
cents at Tydlng & Co. (ay afternoon between Mr. ltrit
Sanders' house in secbd wardf*-a
Mr. J. W. Sydv-,ter w-nt lown to, Mrs. J. R. Martl's on KApOmb
St. Peter.burg luxst night to spenil a street. Finder please return and me
week with his mother arid silctr celve reward. 3-22-St
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacklonville. Misses Annie and Alice Campbe
handle silk typewriter ribbons. 7,c. went down to Lake Weir this afte
each; $7.60 per dozen. i noon. to visit Mr. and Mrs. I. t 1
I Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. i" W F,,rr.s-ter of!
Nashville. ar.- amoni l;iast niglhit's ar-I Our pound paper Is thei beat'e
rivals at the ()cala HouRe have ever had. New lOt JustIn M. o
!in and see It. The Postoffit ce Dtuj
FOR SALE-Chufa seed $3 p*-r store.
hunhel. Apply to J. B. lHall. Orange,
Springs. Fla. 2-9 Mr. '. L. Bittinger went to Colenm
>l.,.'t night -to attend the coumrtbole
Mr. James A. Abram.. th- piano! rally and barbecue, and look aft r i
man from Jacksonville. is a busines-4: intere:'ts of the Star.
vlitor to the city. I
Mr. A. B. Dement, who has 6or
Have you seeUn'the new vlsihle Fay-'ducted such a successful live te
Soles typewriter? R. C. Davis & 'o and feed stable business in thi..s dl
general agents. during the past sl1 months, will lear
A,'rll 1st for Kentucky, whae be dl
Mr. Harry Peter ef liinnellon came' remalin for the summer.
up thil afternoon top 8pi'nl a f'-w das - --
with her father. 'aptain Tuck.-r. Th'-re was plenty going on last 1lgl
with the attraction at the armory. th

In our pre'.-,ription department. we
offer you toth ioriomptnes and (.ffl('-
lenc'y. The 'Cort Pharmina

Air Dome, the OrpheuM. the
.-leetirn and the 0dd F'eoib5' it

Mr. R. '. Davis. thVi typewriter man. I Poley's Kldney Rea- will .4
is In th.e clty guest or the Ocala! any case of kidney or bMalr freo*
House. I that Is not beyond the vesel.o ed
rine. Cures backarthe and Ireit
,erig's Linen Lawn. one pound and riti es that If neglected might resu
two packs envelolpes to match for 5 i.'!" inkigt's,-+ .i Or dlor..,.p
at the Postofflce Drugstore. by all dru"ggists.
...___._ __ 1 ., - '.- ;
Mrs. R. E. Van IDozie.r ani sister. of We want to feed yur bow R
Chica-go. are gu-tIs of the enablele rates of board by day o
House. .month. Most comfortable stal .J
i tho city. At Guerars t' *lUv-y UM
Sand veterinary hospital.
Now Is the time to plant your gar-
den. We have all kinds of garden W .
seed for fallr planting. Tydings & CI Major William Hamlck. Calt
tiller, fo. S. ApC wlllBAspect the-Omc
Mr. J R. Martin cam.e tip Rifles ti- eight at & oocltc. Mah
from his turpentiw.. still at Istachatta. HCatan d is acco Aamed by hiswi
and r,.mained over in town today. (apt. and Mr'. 0. A." hh wi- me
them at Dunnellonm t.this afternoon, a
Gerig's Lin-n Lawn on.e pound and Major Hancock wl A ctt m
two packs .nv.lolws nto match for wec. nelion i)latoonofu of the 6 is'W
at the Postofice.. Drugstore. I return to Ocala by atanobile in til
I fr inslIection this evelmin.
Mrs. E. H. Motpe has gone. M,, h- U .dd.. n. wh'o _<
burg to vi it Mrs. Eitld fror a few Miwl Rho nta Ltddon. ws : t-
^ Nfkanopry laote wefk to somft~o a-<
' days. lIckson- Feaster weddft ThuradI
Horses boarded by d.ay or month at ha. returned'otne after a*dejihti
Guerrant' veterinary lispital and visit" to Mrs." J. L. Arnow.
livery barn. i_ .
livery barn. Mrs. ary Eagleton-and Ittle daql
SMessrs. R. S. Hail and E. P Thg- ter. Margaret. haf retune{.,d 1
ard returned last night frm at. pleas- Homos,.a a. where they .Mt Sn
to vlsit, friends. ,
ure tip to Orland,). . Y.r
R. C. Davis & Co.. o(if Jacksonville. Mrs. John DoVge aM bl*ldeh .;4.^
wIl l any make of second .- Jacksonville. will arrive. in 006hr P
will Sell any make of econd-hanIihi to.. "isi Rev and Mae D -..
typewriter upon easy term If desired 'l a to v Dit Rev add om o
-_--_-__-_- .-Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox ftor qev
I w at f .. *" '' '
Mrs. Walter Hood at h.r pretty {eK
home on Fort King aiveniue. war the Mr." W. F. Yocum ret.. Ar. to
hostess of the reading ,lub yesterday ,I a s. .
afte rnoon. hoomg In ainevIi e a
short vizit in this city with her daugi
Dr. and Mrs. Bishop of Htoldter. were tr. Mrsi. W. T. Gary.
In the eity yesterday and attended the
iMisthouri Girl" at the armory last ev- FOR RENT-Cheap; a new, larm
ening. 6-room house, nicely painted ad n well shaded yards, soft wat
Our pound pIapir Is the best we well: in West Third str-t ext to
have ever bad. New lot just In. Come E. eouest residence. Apply to A.
In anti see It. The Postoffl'e Drug- "tt
stI. Mr. Morris Smith leaves tomorrow
The Florida Times-Union has sev- for Jacksonvllle. where he wl vio
eral attractive magazine offers in hls sister. Mrs. Alston lUimdes. S
connection with the paper. Call or urday he will mail on the Mobawk f
phone Mr. Kreager. the Ocala repre- New York. %here he Sa to eir t
sentative. Eastman Btminess College at Pongl
I______________ ___^ keepsie.

The best known pills and the hb
pills made are DeWltt's little I
Rfxprs- Thmin me. small- a 5. a

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-- K-Jw m nr i M -_ - -w- w- *- ^f lM* i IIl a-
h e aai'l7p .I I +rl L- .. a tB

-iten. ha -t -*' tolp U. -- -- M~l~lC W ,i^ e&T^
mrom to lisew A.&116410W 111110
heaherg 0aVt Wtwmpka Ala.. who Is at t iey
Present oftas M ot visiting th
mtrnL Ir. the .... r f3weasa I iii
ranged fore iI ....yesiterdlay
Oe man "isre toor VMS -rutlewas
Ile.eerated. Irtak quatwnOflmo ow- aMRINNO 80"4b~ieI dq
eng end casdft ~of wleterla bloom. edft 1W WOOLc ~
Vrs.. Charles Rhleuar -mms ~ t asw N~ sea 'Grngrhe.
I guests at the f"t do&r a Mies Va. M. L A. L Uy. n. W. -i
leta Potter tInvirted tem to the tea U-- -r. H. Darm t. n. c
table, where Mrs. BE W. Mimms pour- Mrs- M. EL Sicox. Who" 146110
ed this beverage and Mistses Alice Ck Alice Polly a" U O ,. .. ;'
ftock and Winifred Rapa.ji. of Adicc, ol--ya- L S. D'~"a ...
I Haiteld. N. J, served it with crack- OUT-DOOR IRTHOAY PAKTY .
Mrs. scott looking lovely In a eterda wa the b
white dream received her guests and Masrt Ah Root mA^, iten all",' 60*
Introduced Uthe to. MLrs, Hobenber, of 'Mr. and MI. l -f. B M,-
*o looked handsome ia a pale blue .Ieft.a Uatt vwAOg'---A-.
imen daintily inade. Receiving with,.-
them was Mrs. M. FlabeL 15-- hail V UKili
Hand-palated leaflets, the pretty tp bemI fIttlii iA 4' ++
.W ti of the hostess! dwahter. XM pp.. -- l rS "'+:
JohnTya. womgives to each guest NeeArU'I'&V GROCIKY&Lj.Xe' _
ohll0," ?we to eah pt ACCIDENT TO MR. ULDOON Iwe beWre pm, eMf j5 .. 2'y-,
bF Mrs. GOor MMceaMn. with "tru- AI r I
S to copy the wh for the honorees. .
which each. was requested to write Mr. G. T. Liddom met with a pe- As the little folks arrived they rwe *
o oetry when Invited by Mrs. S"tl collar and mt painful accident this given fruit punch by Mins Carr
Tes h We morning. He was htchit up a mule WiUllams and Mi J. C. K0oeo J, .
-8 t h e s e i h awe t he a p u t In to a .*> w c u n c- . ...* i~alr .
ebook with a ond-plated cover and. dat his farm, when the animal became Many games were .played .andi .:
after being rad ad d by Mrs. L. msfibtened and &d her h ad mi wh-.h was especl-' ly .w'- .
IL Duval, were gly" to tIe bhosree a very quickly and stru Mr t.g. .UM m m6a't0m I
edlm ui f ........ wlsiom ~adP~ h ... .-,-,+ .. -' '-,
- Anagrams wre' thm re& The L% and e R W'esthe c-.
l wa s t y tad i i d f h ta t 5 o m 7-1 ,SLO Beat W 1,1 .
i 'rayl.. and the tally car& ,we m the-MI *a. 1 ,i- o at eer.
* tter H. Aftir several enjoyable e* *L Mr.WE ..
f rounds of this fascin _m.e e that neither end ao the aM. em be A 8,1 N4o-
funds of this fteeftatft gama let- al* * tern were distributed to each by Miss truSte. W sgr e tl
Valeta Potter and Mrs. Albert Gerig. M*OFUI S -"...
and a bouquet with a corresponding M9AL FOUND I Inste e .eft .
letter was found. These bouquets* ndlegae. rt4 dUIW M
bwere mde of rum:,sweet peas. Ao- Asver -orat"Ie e
W^, pansles, rUatomsm buttercu, prIl. nd tpse hatia T. 1b (* 1t
Ok.0, which were lovely souvenir. at Star office and pay -for this a& 1.20 *" fS
re a"d iisbtad 4 .. Ji
SMarshnualow trifle and cake was ,ti V -.'?' '"1-1+"'+
served by the bqIII, "'-" s"Mrs. Ta lw.:, NOT"'b
Ysi & r L ^ With Walnuts.Thes
L i. 'M TaylSotr,, The relar al meetig of the Pretty "and numerous and ie -
uSoaeis lwaybad sauth owise NavalRobetsriend~s wish-that h.'b*l
nd Mitlhs "ayeam-sed st y C will e beld ft-te of- MAny M omt1bdYs ZA eh ea ..
andtheone_-t--.,---.,way iu- ........mlrer di ei~q ll
k any previous one given and was a of the coumsT ot mia W1 .. it, -..
e tv anH *uohe. o wednesday. AprU 7th I. at rfAI
S H o'clock. for the tr--rtio of eIch AT TM ARMORY LAW, NNM
Business as may coe M ore ad -- B
AT THE ORPHUM TONICT meti,. S. al, Pmld. The MisM arI." a wMt e*- .
.~AT E ORP UIrN I E. RobTIR bL Asistant Secretary. tdy-dnu'ma.M the M" -ttteB at th;
it. -- run today and wedneay next week irmowry last a g.ft a 404+
14jA le ae f pictures will be shown 2 alhce tii4t t -
At lhe Orphemn Theater tonight and BASEBALL MEEMTN any that the pay fs p-tto n1
- 'Uittle Vollie Driftwood,- one of Vtv- It Valdly. atar r&S ort. r 'heirng sr
iaOn G(resa Ppular compoUions, will There wil be a meet lg of the stock- esal of these aI the au lies f W .t
be the so. The slides. accompany- holders of the Ocaea Athletic Asesci. was the bat thft we N had bet* h A
I lng It afetXceptlay Pretty. Missa Uon( bwe *club) torrow,. Thw- ftr easmL m-u"
Clar Rnke,. a taJent d m"an,. day fteroe. at 4 o'leck. Lin oe- Mr. Pnsnk 1. Farre as -an',e ; U
L been engage to pay. The room ,e of Mr. Edward Holder. A full at- ast a arm haa aad Mi "-Wa ""
Is. large, clean and airy andsthe tendance Iso zver, Raymond, as "Doly aa TI"', a< T ,
program in especially fine. an enjoya- Mtheo0rl w' and the two puleipal
f;.1 evening Isassured all who attend. MR. KNOBLOCK 18 IsEROULY ILL arosIn the cast were trua e, raW".
Y --- e of the^V1ml emBtsy lUfe, Jm^^ ^
+'' MANY NEW MAGAZINES Mr. W'tlam In block. ome of the their' audiene th-hI w. uOarini +I
oldest eWftmens mand moat general te rime of the cWtaft to h eg '" ...
Everybody's Metropolitan, Hamp- loved reldts of Marin, 1 ha a vi &Ie- a peforw' .
a ton's, Munsey's. Scrapbook. Cavalier critical 'eoiltiou anW It -ilo td t M" Melhaifte l ward. whl o"-* :,
pe~l Bohemian Magazines for April at that he will not live many day a mses a bal.tme W oice 'O Iml ,,
i t Oeala e '-.Co. rave s awl dsweenbef, ag 74. Ubn*-. *.e
TURNCOeOvt TOr. T" COo*", iriy "Tb. -no er aad the Stug^
FRESH SEEDS ;-^; s aBejs^Bhe, *'Seet e^
-, We have a lare supply of fresh. Willie f jp. whi.i., e.a. th hif- aW- wo r her a_ a-m
k fwerantee met cantaloupe and W- was rrebd fyttdii ssolnxh 1T r60na of anmtae ftrmsMi the de.j B
y den geedd of all kinds for the p0wag making off with a &14 bI# fNos the We can tr ultr tbit a*.16 i
re planting. See us before buying your Arcade restaurant, the jpsperty of "The Missourl 431ri oopeit." visit o_.
3 s4 ply. Tydings and Co. Mr. Hadley. a customer, was tried in city next year. it would e avred
-- the mayor's court this morning and with a moat generous patronage, as
I4A 49"I AutWa' f ted $40 or 90 days In jail. He wap aft- tbtve who attended last night would
*.,A R-ua r a m erwrds' turned over, ^ WC q-t7, brlr' their frseils.
Abevi. Jeph 'H. Fesperman. Sas- wh*re he wilI be tried W pertty lar-
6i4ft, N. C, wlho In the author of sev- ThOcalaO0ejrefaay
oral books, wittes: "For several years Unaliir< Of ThI |fld IT
I was afflicted wth .kidney troubtec 1 ..f a<. e WtU Scosat te
_!u ulast winter I was suddenly atrick- P.o E.,> ,4 ,,; ,t t ,.
lee .wtth a severe paln In my kidneys Itws*# a .Kil R wa -w r.wt-r W.

ane ..and r passed .a.e frequently 9m EW..-f+ *I .!-:m ir a e t.d *__ er. .: t
'day ad nilghtl. I commenced taking g d ays.1 i .M uchi.8--.i , a.. /
Foley. KIdney Depedy. and the pain - -, .' -' "ATt POS,'pARS, 2 e 1 ::
gradually S atedl 4 1ad R xaly ceased Bl n I + -- '. .
^ and my ariae be omma. I cheer- -____ : The larg ie, a ll oeds fht ."p,
fu 1lly recommend JF*eys Kidney Re.- WEATHR" RA' STo-date aow poIt cars t el thecit w-re
[ *17. Sold by aln dplete. __ow to play ot WFs. the i.wt-:TI5
WAna Rr BAtI met m t lngtoMarch 4- ar tonight 1-
*without -um *NUIIT
po.dle agMforeasl*9yuy cheap for tt- ti ^ *-- -' r. ^
mecash. Apply to L. Rce. Co.,York. YOU LI Lm a OB ulgbt> AI^f~iti
e'la. tl. is out f, erder. You go o boed tn a pert. w T,
i -; + hadumormd get up with a .ad hete .aonte m to. ibm hem
H- yr StYKTOLEN to 13 y nour um Tou want uoe>thhag -otn r-a wM u~
IA oy0s O(etnt btcycle, coaate Mterbine, the liver regulator, A pel- am a eafad ,tltlsIt t .
me brtee, new wheel, butt ha old handle- Cive crot _,e +. S stolen from m-- porch night of and all liv complaints. Mra. 7.-. Ft. ed and quickly cOured ht.s .
March 1th. i reward for its return. Worth. Texas writes: Have usd ita b sea'a wt
to Mq-r M.. Looney. 3-11-ti Herblne In my family for ye". vere hlung tlef.e Msap,
.-. Words can't express what I think the aret thle-- 'BK

,+fil -m q nG !, 1. & tnIs -apW -and welL. Ia" w we It to o0- .r-hages and-sore nr o dr yh.Ip,
T. .'. e erbme, OWI. by te Antl-M -opoly cured by it. Best for My fever, grip.'
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