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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 27, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03126
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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tow like a o tIeof t u t titsgopt to tan from the engine do an k, eo
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TERnonMS. CASH. edept A We st eawas 0on ne Was carr d ymnge to a l go and t he a ner or was rwa






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Raoss with wbouhta ee that to re ti her hopa.a th tell Chl. as vya ati
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DENTAL 6c m. fe wold he-omer C *b t"what I en called Dutc- s.m brandy.e -.es h5
,prospect, wasa. to. e tfhle ,eo t '. .lbad newsr ame. d o no o m o fact. tol .L.* vies
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Coall-. Bank Building. Ocala. donkey esge, wbich. lpq a tfe. 1e W S*e *o Ite w a ,,, rt i 1 .-^ IMHM.MH.K.
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Opens into the lobby of the yi Wm gaA t,0114,e it T r Milk Wh wibtdy efi *
Ocahwngo House. nf othre 0 SM.mip.A et CUne "* adw c. do nothing more for bim I told
tOffers t Wf ver best the waves;e Srvg "I ave ao dozen wols Courtear It was m'tplai
plOae Scos. d Floor The Manitary. E lec tayth eraptiLd b a. oef mtoe.e. asm "K me mt e c my bin i a rd
tc anb elect Bank BuNles. Ocula. t ae e| heh a e, wb*de belj ulhe ao Ma adigP te tols. tat M sdt
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dCeadtor and Bender. dad aft the dore s.IHr a__, . 0%. 1 *
-- hoed .sw with a cmaed a -p. t l al iA
PiRas and Sper'ications Furnished an she placed a hed to her eyes m
o9 Uou-R s ~~ Theu Joey sprang in through the W,.m.j-. .
.Upo"Request doorway w a eag-
129 Seoth rmrd St. stor e ss. a sm TWRIHLU e.lr UCoe.a a TiN or, Pi., W- -
terrier that hmas j"t maeeoefr a *is. Two Tiae Bom C e4 rs tat M u a st
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__ rattled. S denutaad that t0e wd U potba I
But he eyed the he0 h of the aa J' RY Iarat.4 as te -a tIi- pmtica-y
o tA toW.e l a "o 4p we 6 1me Ia m5i l . 1-,.'':i ,.e
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L. EVENING STAR

C. L. Sittinger and t. CewI.
SEdltors and PuM-i *.

C. L. Sr1TTNERi Idit*

I. Rft. CARROLL ;hM M"amp

MARIONt FAVORITE SON
FOR SPEAK OF T41E HOUSE

It is generally keo W Wt Bon. IeS
L. Farri, of Jackseaves iN a prm-
I ient ndMtate for soaker of the
lower house of the florida legisla-
ture. His eandsedy is lghfted with
additional interest to Maite county
people from the tact that Isa in a Ma-
rion county boy ansd rs we. his pres-
S ent enviable standing as a ctifsen, at-
torney, judge ad egislator by his
unaided efforts and ablfty. Thin fact
is also well know to most of our
people who knew Mr. fPrris as a boy
and watched his career with deep so-
licitude, as he showed when a law
student in the Boa. W. K& Sewadskl's
o ie, to this city, there was that
fibre, are and devotion to std., that
marked the comain man. All these
expectations he has made good ad"
it would be very gratifyla indeed to
his host of friends and well wisaem
|- In Marion to see him enjoy the dis-
Unction he so richly deserves by be-
ing made speaker of the next hoe
of the Floridas legislature.

Word comes from Reddick that It
things keep on tightening that our
representative. I, Licht. will have
to take his flight to the legislative
halls a-foot. Of course the Star re-
mrets this unfavorable outlook, but
hope for the best and trusts Mr.
LAght will see blh way clear to ride
In a Pullman and not be subject to the
perience that we have heard was
the fats of the Alachua legislator, just
.. aer th" republican carpet-baggers
was bounced from power. This In-
dividual, whose name we have for-
gotten, hailed from the extreme west
end of the county amid the simple
life of nature, large In the aesteUtics
of boundless skies, vast forests, small
clearnina, few neighbors and less cuh.
but being honored by his teow eiU-
zens to represent them In the halls of
the legislature, was confronted with
such an acute attack of monetary
embarrassment that his only report
was to hoot It to Tallahassee. and
hoof it he did. He took a bee line
and the distance to the red hills of
Leon was considerably shortened as
be trudged along with his bundle ov-
er his shoulder and he debated. He
figured on his per diem and how to
make the most of it Economy was
his watchword. No hotel, bill of fare,
standing collars and patent leather
shoes for him. No capital luxuries
should Invade his simple life and dls-
sipate his thought and purpose, so he
hiked to the suburbs of the towa. en-
gaged a modest room at 25 cents a
week and having toted his own skillet
and coffee pot across lots to the cap-
Ital city, the Installation ceremonies
of housekeeping were simple in the
extreme. Here he spent his %spare
hours in cooking, sleeping and thnlkc-
Ing great thoughts for the welfare kf
his constituents at home. In fact, so
stupendous wese his thoughts that
they towered so grandly and majest-
ically above his vocabulary and eon-
structtve faculty, that In 60 days he
never opened his mouth in the legts-
lative halls, except to respond to roll
call. The session ended and no sooner
did the speaker sound its dissolution
with hs gavel, titan the gentleman
from Alaehua shook the dust of the
capital from his feet, fAguratively as
well as actually, took his salary, pur-
ehased a likely span of mules, ona
which his eyes had been centered for
some time and rode home, asking no
(-^ odas of railroads or anybody else, and
lived contentedly and happy ever aft-
erwards. This little sketch Ia respect-
fully referred to our Ight; as a par-
S trial illutmination of the vexed question
that report says is perplexing him at
y the preset moment.

Mr. R. A. Green, who for years has
represented a prominent commission
house of Cincinnati. Is with us and
looking after the shipment of cab-
bege, of which he has purchased ten
acres grown by Mr. Duncan, twenty
acres grown by Anthony truckers and
the crop grown by Mr. Waldo Martin
S. on his Sugar ammock plantation at


Martin. The market on cabbage Is
doing well and bo the growers and
Mr. Green are making mopey from
this product, which is Indeed very
gratifying to hear.

Captain Buck Williams. who runs
on the Homoesas "sa ort" resumed
his train duties yesterday, having
laid off the best of the week and tried
his hand at drawing a straight fur-
row on his farm near Martel, recent-
ly purchased of Hon. H. W. ~eg. He
Jays those straight furrows e .lno
what they are cracked up to be and
to draw the line properly over the
back of a brindle mule la a work of
art compared to yanking the bell cord
of a passenger coach. But all the
ame, "Buckshot" has entered the race
and will compete for the corn prise
at the coming Marion County Fair.

Dr Walter Hood's auto is a spirit-
'ed machine I" make-up to his horse
"Oobb." Just for luck Dr" Walter
gave Meffert's auto a love pat this
morning.


Mr. Miller, representing a school
book publishing company of Atlanta,
visited our high school this week and
made a very Interestin address to
the pupils.
The Masons of Inverness popose
to build a large three-story brick and
cement building. T*e first floor will
be used as the Chronicle's oeSee, the
second floor for offices ad the third
a Masomnic temple. Inverness tos grow-
tng and the way the ChroIsele to
spreading out is marvelous. The edi-


oTA'lm'nY THAT CtWULATES AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW FI
The stationery printed in this office Baptist Take e&ru '4e I l nL A$riat
to giving the best of satisfaction. Last C.Carro, Pastor. !many cases of kide compaiat are
week we printed one thousand state- C. Carroll Pastor. i reported about heram also blddUr
meats for a man and by their aid he Regular church, Sunday school and trouble and rheUMtmW.
collected a small fortune. Two months young people's services at the usual An authority A Mgte a& t .pa.
ago a man bought of us some note hours A cordial welcome to all. In the bac Jes %=go .a the
paper and envelopes to use when .kidneys is the *a aL m-ture
writing to his sweet heart and now Pr-tno4 an hangs out to notify ate l- e tt
hr Is married. Another lonw Rev. W. H. Dodge D. D.. Pastor. there is so'mee er wimu m w the
forged a name en a check printed at kidaers which shoAlb this office, and is in the peanitstlary.! 11a.. and 7:30 p. -Servies. date attentie.7 On vW.ta r-eft
Another young man stole someo our m- meant shouas be eMasN tena a taU-
paper to make cigarettes wlit-be is .3 "--Y. lPS. e .. ly s r -bo
dead. A young lady bought some of 2~ 0 r.-Junior eK a whi n st sll to tb l
our paper to curt her hair e, and A cordial Invitattna ettnded to al a which M a, to th
now she has a beau (we have only a The f wng
few packages of this kind in stock). simple; harnless aad a 1 Smive -1s
B) using our stationery a person can W. H. Coleae MInister. known and recognised as A s vurei
collect old accotats, tell fortunes and 9:45 a. m,.-4umay school. remedy for kidney o e~palt. T la-
make rain. change the color of the 3 p. m.-Junior C. ] gredlents can be obtataed at any ged
hair, have the teeth extracted with- 11 a. m.-Sermon, "Our Brother's prescription pharmacy ano aty o e
out pain. and find out the name of the Keeper." can mix them: ahenga'ma Ka-_~
future husband or wife, be sIceeesful 7: T p. m.-Sermon. "Chief of Sin- one ounce: Ph id na t dama,
In business, triumph over enemies, or ners Sved." one-half ounce; i mO kntsa Sprip
be elected to office. Give as a call. Everybody welcome. Sarsaparilla, three one ha wa
* in a bottle and take In tteaspeO
The above was clipped from he Grae Epiopel doses after each w Mam at abe*lme.'
Cotton Journal, and reminds us of our This prescription Is mid to iatot i
job printing plant, which is one of Rev. Gea. M. HarrisMo, Rector. the natural function of the idste
the best equipped in the central por- 7:20 a. m.--Holy conamsnlo. so they will sift and straf thepeles-
tion of the state. 10 a. m.-4uaday school. oas waste matter, f a G, ete., ftea
11 a. m.-Prayer and sermon. the blood, purilft yi t ad grefslg
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, 7:80 p. m.--Prayer and sermon. rheumatism. Buckacba wlM be to-
Lucas County. s8. Services 4:30 p. m. Tuesday and lteved, the urine wil be astralead
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that Thursday and 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and cleared and no luenr a cause MV
he is senior partner of the firm of F. Wednesday and Friday. irritation, thereby overcoming sach
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the Come and worship with us. symptoms as weak ibladder, paitful,
eity f Toledo, county sad state aore- --- frequent and other -trinary difficul-
a, and that said firm wlfl pay the Methodist ties.
sum of ONE HUNDRD DOLLA Rev R H. Barnett Pator. This is worth tryitn and may prove
for each and every case of Catarrh 9: 30 a. .--Sunday school. Just what many people here need.
that cannot be cured by the u of 11 a. -Preaching by the pastor.T A T C
Hall's Catarrh Cure. .. _- ,__S_ ,AYS IT WA&WT 8UIC


-.... .... .. p. m.-Junlor League.
Frank J. Cheney. 3:0 p. m.-Senior League.
Sworn to before me and subscribed' 7 p. -reahin by Rev. T. J
n my presence, this th day of De- Nison, our presiding elder, this be-
comber, A. D. 18. ling the occasion of our first quarterly
A W. Gleason. Notary Public. meeting this year. Our male quartet
Hall's Catarrhb Cure i taken Inter- Iwl sing for us at the evening ser-
nally, and acts directly on the blood Ie.
and mucous surfaces of the system.: Senior Leue
Send for testimonials free. j
F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. The Senior League will,be led by
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take; Miss Mabel Bateihelder tomorrow af-
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ternoon. An interesting program Is
Sprotmised. Young and old are invited
THE FESTIVE CUKE to Join with us in this meeting.

Mr. W. F. Cassady shipped two Junior League
crates of cukes last Saturday, thel Meets at 3:30. Missionary topic for
first from Sumterville this season.- tomorrow. Leroy Bridges leader.
amterville Times. Song, "Rescue the Perishing."
Scripture lesson Ps. cxv 1-.
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Prayer.
Song, "Gla,1y We Will Go."
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. Re- Blackboard lecture on "Idol Wor-
lieves palaful, smarting, nervous feet hip"-Antle Pope Eagletoq.
and Ingrowing nails, and Instantly Reading, "Little Workers" 4toy
takes the sting out of corns and bun- xon.
ions. It's the greatest comfort dis- Sg, Jixn .
cover of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease ong. "Jeu Story of ndoor
makes tight or new hoesfeeleasy.IRecitation. "The Story of Indoor
makes tight or new shoes feel easy.: Sun' "-Louise Rentz.
It is a certain cure for sweating, cal- Duet "and chorus. "Send the Lght
lous, swollen, tired, aching feet. Try Dfar O aer the Sea."
It today. Sold by all druggists and Recitation, by. a little Chinese girl.
shoe stores. By mail 25c. In stamps. Illustrated recitation on "Japanese
Don't accept any substitute. Trial Customs"-Annie Pearl Liddon.
package free. Adre Allen S. Olm- Song. "Tell the Sweet Story."
ste, Leoy, N. Y. Roll call Response a missionary
PIANO TUNING station.
Collection. Announcements.
Ten years experience. References, Benediction.
any musle teacher in Ocala. any
music house in Jicksonville. 'Phone WHEN YOUR JOINTS ARE STIFF
228. A. M. Lansford, city. 1-$1tt and your muscles sore from cold or
t a. ;m. t po s t rheumatism, when you slip or sprain
Pat Randal, merchant. postmaster i..nn ... . .. ,. .,...
and hotel manda n. was In tow a Joint, strain your side or bruise
Soted man da inner, as in town syourself,M Painkiller will take out the
yesterday and said everything was soreness and fix you right In a jiffy.
mov ing smoothly at his place and he Al ways hase it with you, and use it
All who comeying are good tourist tavel. freely. The oldest., the cheapest and
All who come are p leased. The O- the best medicine for Internal and ex-

lawaa river boats are enjoying a ternal aches and pain@ jn as.ais Per-
sp-lendid seasoa.. ry Davp' Painkiller, and -ii over ev-
FOR SALE -Orane grov aat-'' en"ty years it has ee the '-aeat
Lake Weir. now in fuR bloom. TouT Io fan- f. r em-ere e a -. thousands
choice of aS. $ or10-awre grove at A,-o fa Iiese all..-_ the word o q n'te
bargain for the next few days. Come onew sitze u. bootlesn. .
see me at once. W. N. Wilson. South bottle
Lake Weir. 3-'-3t "
RAN AWAY FROM
In our prescription department. we THEIR CHILDREN
offer you both promptness and effie-
lency. The Court Pharmacy. Elopement and Marriage of a Metha-
S selah Couple in South Geergia
LOST-A gold seal ring, with In- Valdosta. Ga., March 27.--t is not
disa bead on both sides of seal. In- often that old folks are involved in
ItlUas J. D. B. on seal. Lot last 7".-. -hurry up", weddings to escape their
day between the gymnasium and. Mr. children, but that Is what happened
Jake Brown's residence. Liberal re- here' yesterday afternoon. W. H. Mi-
ward for its return to Star otice.27.-tf lam and Mrs. Ellen Merchant. from
from the southern part of the county,
John Martin of Mose Bluff was In secured a license from the clerk of the
town yesterday. ,Mr. Martin 14 one o ordinary and then asked for some-
the most progressive sen of his set- body to marry them. They said they
ion. ranted it done quickly, as their chil-
S- dren were on their track trying to
FOR REN'T-Cep; a new. large, \prevent the ceremony.
I-room house, nicel painted and na- WhI the ceremony was over the
pered; well shaded yards, soft water groom passed other a .handful of coin
well; in West Third .treet next tO A. to the offlclatiag otfoet and hurried
. ..Delouelt residefce., -Apply to E. away., he children d ot sho* w up.
Delouest. --tf z : ;e ctartI t
-aftj -idaid'ina--


streeL Inder Aleatis rn and we- I31 Stipo' x*"! la,
celve reward. T'W *: .*.syj IIII SItgo

Foley's daWiel' Reed w rt' Wen r t fsa. Dr.
any case of ldney or bladder trouble 1 W. *Ha 92S9 Olive street, St.
that Is not beyond the teach of medl is. isour ,
cnlue. Cures backache and Irregt '
larities that It neglected might rewat RAT"S TO THE FESTIVAL
In Bitght's disease or diabetes ld--
by all drg ts. or iabete Special rates of fare to Jacksonville
by tor the Spring Musical Festival have
FOR SALE-A bargain One E.t been made by the railroads. Tickets
Myres & Bro. bulldozer pump, fit. 800, wfll be good for leaving Ocala on the

of water per hour and sits it 18S feet by midday of the lth. Return limit,
or the equivalent J. JL MeClymonds. April 2lst. thus assuring every dttisen
the pleasure of attending the festival
Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs at lowest possible cost.
quickly, strengthens the lungs and As the regular box office prices will
expels colds. Get the genuine In a prevail after March 21st. it would be
yellow package Sold by all druggists U V 0e- one who- intended visit-
ing the festival made appelication for
FOR SALE-A good heavy horse, the assocate membership $5 ticket to-
1,20 pounds; good worker and nuffe day. as they will be withdrawn, and
driver: strong one-horse wagon near- increased prices of admission be put
ly new. Will sell cheap for cash. Ap- In force. April lst.
ply to E. A. Mosher, South Lake Weir, A .SWLLN JAW
a. "3-25-tt A SWOLLEN JAW
Is hot pretty nor pleasant. Whether
This is the most dangerous time of its caused by neuralgia, toothache or
the year to catch cold, and It is the accident. Ballard's Snow Liniment
hardest time to cure it. If you should will reduce the swelling and relieve


Pierre Lorillard, Jr, Ulaim that His
Wife's Death was Due to
Aesidmnt
Washington, D. C., March 7?.--
Pierre Lorillard, Jr., says that his
wife's death was tlhe result of asphyx-
lation due, to a collape from heart
failure after she had turned on the
gas Int her room but befte, she could
strike a match. The house le load
to the police and .he reporters, aad
the progress of in -ig*ten, IS gew.
Coroner Nevill has a note wMhh he
found in the womoa's room, ad it to
supposed JIs vgr#dft of suloide was
based on the oontdats. but the oarw
oner maintains that there is. 8 thdag
In the note to indicate the motsIe.
The body will be buried at Irvingto.
N. T.

THE TARWF ON LUMNUR

CanadSan Mils .S wtoe- Lasly
Operated agh -tah7
Washingtoa, March 27.-When the'
tariff bill debate was resumed, i the
House yesterday, Mr. Humphrey of
Washington, tool k Is e wel-tae dee-
larations of Mr. jtie, when he said
that the fact that Orldntaks were en-
gaged in the lumber mills In British
-Columbia would not lnterete with
correct operation of. Aeaa "lumber
mills, because ot the few, Orientals
employee* and the, slight df1sftse inJo'
the wages paLd.
kr. Hmnphrey jleade4d fr an in-
crease in the duty on shingles. He
warned.,the repr.,.ntatives that they
could not.es6ie fe r-panslfltty fir
bringing the laborers in the Amer*a
mills In competition with cheap cooDs
labor if they passed the bill in Its
present form. He insisted that the
reduction in the tariff .a Jamber as
proposed, would. have the effect of
cheapening the product to some ex-
tent. but it would also have the un-
desirable effeeto cR-~4 off a great
many Aaniereass ark Sn. ta
mtfils orithe4aijet b- t1art ttM-
United States, .*wkkc stoqys a-t
attempt to compete wIh 1- predeUt
of fills manned ih- -Mret...
ag W ITH A MAM

The mn for that wo.adal
stonfach, IuVer aid kIldney are. Dr.
King's New Life Pllfb-4s aetoead1t.,
say al the druggists: that they neer
saw the likeq.. It because they never
tall to cure sour ste"ach eileasa-
tion. Indigestion, blmousnbes, Jaundlme,
sick headache, hills aad malaria.
Only 25. For sale by all druggists.

LAUNCH MERRY WIDOW
MAY BE CHARTERED

The launch 'Merry .Wd4eW," "lth
canopy top, safe, t wift and Ie a-
ble Is for air at g 1
lthex for a short trAp m the 'tr

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and aHB pr complaints. Mra F--.
Worth. Texas, writes: "Have.'
Herbine In my famBy tor t
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OCALA'8 CANDIDATE


Some friends of
.son hav- entered
"rn VTImaml Ii *l


I allmp- I IUeMF sr Ir
K. of P. meet Monflay evening. the first prize im S
- ---; ,Atkln ,n Is a ver)
<<1,1 i.',. l,> .s m,,.t Tu<-,-;iday night. compli'hn d young
g Rift.d enough to
Eagl,'q m.t Wedr,. sd;.iy ,v.,-nhng. in any cause. T
-- friends will give
Spaldingli' tsa.ball (Gulde for 1909 port she deserves.
jIst il ;at th," ')'ala N-ws (C'o.
AT rMEA


Miss Annie Atkin-
her name In the
e. contest, In which
1.000 in gold. Miss
y charming and ac-
lady. pretty and
represent any city
he Star hopes her
her the loyal sp-


AIR DOME


M.r A II. HIlandin of f;ain,.vlll. .--
i' at tho oeala House. The Air Dome gave its patrons
--.-- --- sonve excellent views of Sicily last
Nunnally'.s fine eandils fr, sh every' -vening. They possessed the more
%P-ek at the Postoffice Drugstore. iterext because of the fact that most
,I f the territory depicted has been de-
ladi-l" Home Journal for April j,'lt vastated by the worst earthquake In
in at th.* (wala News. 'o. ,itory since the views were taken.
-A laughable incident caused the
I1 i'. Mort.v ,,f ;I"f'tn i.s at tho crowd t,, break into a vociferous
)r;lain fgU,0 smile. Prof. Fisher, while sawing
--- melody out of his vil9it, iaserted the
i'rescriptlons fillet accurately and toe of one leg of hbis hair in a knot-
delivered by the Pomtffice Drugstore, hole in the platform, and the chal',
.-.. .t ho ircfessor and the violin executed
*a tumble which was good enough to
1-o into the picture machine. The au-
fdience thought It wan on the program
Sand applauded energetically, but the
p' professor did not respond to the eon-
core. It was not so funny for him,
^ --. h,-h gave his back a severe wrench
but hp pluckily went on playing as
Soon as he recovered his equilibrium,
rawhich Asher Frank brought to him.
CDreUammapr Ul s Port Leavengood says he will guard
against such accidents In future by
Chocolate Pralines having that knothole sawed out
The handsome and well arranged
Crystalized Ginger display of baseball goods in the wet-
Srn show window of the Potofflce
B n- ns anDrg CitCoetes s an eloquent reminder
B on-Dions and Cthat the season Is about to open.


Nut Chocolates


Fresh Shipment Today


T. W. TROXLER




PftITampa Bmuoe lcolic*0 |
IS 0 0 Isth* 6", Pa" 10 10 a 10 1


A Oed Dislum EMaad
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SA ompleteSetofBooksd A
. The Bedt Sysem of Shorthand.
S Standad Tpewrite
Ato ARBllRoad isstc.es
Buqinem Lettens, and ll Biinm
Por Ued by Buine Hoom

. Send for Price and Specimen A
AdJes L N. MATTON. Prsid1
lmrauw Building. - ThMpa Florida
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MclVER &


FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Uadotabs ad Embalmm
0. C. MOIVER ALFRED E,.OWI.N
Urkwlskws

Fine Caskmets aid Banal iRokes
All Work Done by Licensed E.m-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.


mbould use
*qmUZI E '" U


DON'T
lot "wnnlf to be mlsemmo.


SMr. M. B. Turnipaped. of Dunnellon
Swas in town today and made this of-
tice a |pleamant call.
Our pound paper is the best wa
have ever had. New lot just In. Come
in and see it. The Postoffice Drug-
store.
Mrs. John W. Dodge and children
-nd Mrs. E. D. Dodge, of Jacksonville.
arrived this afternoon and will spend
.some time as the guests of Rev. and
Mrs. W. H. Dodge, at the Presbyterln
manse on Fort KlnI' venuie.
The "Portable Bath," with Its com-
bined features of shower, massmmage,
friction and cleansing, with or with-
out bath tub, is a topic of conversa-
tion. Call and see it Montesuma
block, afternoons.
Mrs. L. A. Gable and baby have
Rone to Waterboro. S. C.. where they
will remain all summer. Master Ed-
die Gable, "the unfortunate kid," went
to Savannah, where he will visit all
summer. Master Eddie has broken
everything but his neck in the last
few years and he hopes to save that
by reasonable care.
FOR RENT-SIx-room house near
Presbyterian church. Apply to T. C.
Thomson at postotfice. 3-12-It
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Borrell of
Chicago are among last nights ari-
vals at the Ocala House.

Now Is the time to plant your gar-
den. We have all kinds of.* g ernn
seed for fan planting. Tydingm ,& Ce
Miss Mildred Sumner. who makes
het home with Mrs. Simmons on Ok-
i lawaha 'aVelue,is te0joylT. a visit
from her I Ur. Mr. Austin Waldron,
I of Dade WIWI ,

Gerigs Linen Lawn.hpott-P' and
two packs envelopes to match for W4.
Iat the PoWA-il-- o.e

Mr. Daniel Cappleman. after spend-
ing a week with hlis parents. Mr. and
*ts D Cappleman. west of town.
has returned to Gainesville, where he
i attends the university. .
I d + '' .; -,
Send us yolr pf Pripiq4A4swlbeiwia
We are thero'althly prepared, 'to band
It. Tydinfs & Co.

Mr. Adolph Dame. who left Ocala
last September, returned home Thurs-
day night. During his abmece Mr.
Dame was In the following western
states. Colorado. New Mei Mex.i ,
Atisona and Arkansas.
Have you seen the new visible P%
Sholes typewriter? B. C. Davis & C.
general agents.
Miss Nettle Gordon of Largo, arriv-
ed In Ocala Tuesday and will be the
guest of Mrs. George Close at her
pretty home south of town until next
Tuesday.


FOR SALE-Chufa seed $3 per
bushel. Apply to J. B. Hall, Orange


Messrs. F. W Ditto and D. S.
Woodrow have just sold two of the
choice residence lots in their Benja-
min sub-division., lying between Ok-
lawaha avenue and South stree-t. Mr.
L. Chazal bought the corner lot
next to and west from the old Benja-
min residence, and Mr. H. D. Bessett.
of Lakeland, bought the pretty corner
lot immediately south of this one and
north of Mr. Harry (Clark.son. This
splendid property was only re-ently
sub-divided and placed on the mar-
ket.


THE BASEBALL MEETING


The Ocala Athletic Association hi-ld
a meeting yesterday afternoon in Mr.
Edwird Holder's office, and elected
the following officers:. President, Ed-
war'i Holder; vice president. Clar-
ence Camp; secretary. Donald Ford:
treasurer, J. J. Gerig: manager. E. C.
Bennett. Money was subscribed to
put the grounds in order, so that
when the baseball season opens they
will be in good shape for play.
THE-ROAD TO 4UCCFSS
has many obstructions, but none so
desperate as poor health. Success to-
day demands health, but Electric Bit-
ters Is the greatest health builder the
world has ever known. It compels
perfect action of stomach, liver, kid-
ney, bowels, purifies and enriches the
blood, and tones and Invigorates tme
whole system. Vigorous body and
keen brain follow their use. You
can't afford to slight Electric Bitters
If weakL run-down or sickly. Only
0. Guaranteed by all druggists.

SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take- any job of
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paInt and do it
right. Houses painted inside and out.
Graining, gliding, hard oil finishing.
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed
Write a card. care Camp Phosphate
(Company. or leave word at the Star
office. X. W. FIlllyaw. Ocala. ".la. tf
NEW MAGAZINES
Ladles' Home Journal .American.
MeClure. Lippincott. Pearsonx. Bo-
hemlan. Outing, Scribners. Century.
Harper's Monthly, Harper's Bazar and
Pletoral Review magazines for April
Just in at the Ocala News Co.
SEATS FOR SALE
Thirty benches 10 feet long and 25
chairs for sale cheap. Apply at the
Orpheum Theater or to Mr. Hall at
the Camvpbell House. -
Mrs. Ed Carmichael has returned
from a short visit to friends at Dun-
nelson.

Gerig's Linen Lawn. onejapund and
two packs envelopes toT math for 50c.
at the Postoffce Drugstore.
Mrs. Laura Raysor Hansell. who
was called to Ocala last week to at-
tend the funeral of her mother, the
late Mrs. L. M. Raysor. returned yes-
terday to her home in Boston.
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville,
handle slk typewriter ribbons. 75c.
"uaeh; 7MJ per dosen.

Mrs. C. E. Cullen and children with
Mrs. Cullen's guest, went down to
Weodmar yesterday afternoon to re-
main for several days.
Horses boarded by day or month at
Guerrant's veterinary hospital and
livery barn.


The Carney Investment Company,
Lake Weir. will utilize rich much land
it possesses by planting the same to
celery.


Our pomund paper Is the best we
have ever had. New lot Just in. Come
In mmd- e It.' The Postoffice Drig-
store.
M. A. M. Goodwin of Standard, a
navW stem operator, is at the Ocai9
Nuae. _
t Chill Tonic. Guaran-
PSold r 1 all druggists.
Mr. 0. A. Pettewy,. the Tampa
'Mdgo ad naval stem .man, form-
erly of lwx and this city, came up
last night with Mr. L. Hornet, who has
been In Tampa on business, and drove
out to York and Leroy today.

96d IWaw meet Tuesday evening.


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_d.

rK~~~~wlV A~~l ~ 3g^ WigjL


__- --- -t Theher Orem at -r
100100h Oan kawha avM.
lies uM u aLM I M. C- t ee s Ago Mrs. GrM was he 1 of(
the Married Ladlea' Am~ Cl
tolay wita th thedb s o. ta h
s.Greem'sguests lneb~de" ly W
9 c--.-. 1 .,, club serse who hav BafalwAJ
___ memberwi .',*
2 Nunis 1W ---------- 2k rs ~ ~ w a
...ber sineandber frieef v ,ae s
The hostess, lovely in all wte,
G"di FfCa for S- 1 gCxreeted her guests on the fro-t ver-
Pa..m.- anda which was very attactve with
Lh i, pC rC-...... many ferns. and Mrs. LAuis Duval
asked them into the hall where claret
-- punch was served by Mrs. J. C. ]
Kooce and Mrs. Clarence Camp. T& e,
1Aouch table was ba"nWid sm V
IU IlI\ iI~lLIU I UU v wn In Mrs. Qren's ttoww aB.
itl rill I 11,ln/ The aea tahle.a five of -a*.hf
OTl~ Q tUb tll three of domlmses, wein pia"Ni ft
macnfiet bog"ajr Ioe .tt 4
,, back -verana, whi" hab bee" 4iiM-
..a and artisticy deorated tt'
A CORRECTION magnolia branches. vines, pot plants
-- and flowers. The billiard room was
The young man who was tried In fragrant with quantities of beautiful
Judge Bell's court yesterday for steal- roses sent In by friends of the pope-
ing a grip and its contents took the lar hostess. Rowse and other flowers
t.rb.wrty from the Hotel de Kaiser also adorned the other rooms. Thel
instead of the Florida House. -' tables were marked with pe as l tsek.
skstchs of a March haIP thl eft
work of the beftes. The *eoro i twe.'
LeS EUR HUI WlSEer and M.Au-
U V U U U AHOUSE tin. wrr,. v,-ry artistic and celebraUng
One orf rcal ba d b in.1 r- 1 the going out of the montk ot Mah
Ifyou want oet gsood toeata" bY the appropriau 1st sam
representatiom of the" A it-,m
large, well ventlhlated rooms to Ake on the whiso" Mi jd* a
in: bath room, both dcity dA we wa- t ugMIn t meshes o lo
ter. IJ particulnars cal o or "_ looking over a ha rea t two hearts
dress. Mrs. LeSuer, No. U North Mla o the domino card the hare was
street. a-n-1 tdanc two domtnoes.
The maby renda played wene liyey
Mr. and Mrs. W. r. Jordan, of Or- and intcresUig ad whne nce. wee,
a nge Springs., came over yesterday compared M BAbeina erJ IM l.' But-
to attend to tax matters and do same lock and Mrs. MiimM held, the higb-
shopping. They drove over to Citra. est for cards and Mrs. Mclver and
and came down on the .3. A. L IThis Mrs. Powers for dominoes. On the
is Mrs. Jordan's flst vist to Ocala cut Mrs. Rhelnauer worn a hand-
since she has been living at Orange painted powder box and Mrs, Melver
S;prings. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan are In a hand-palmlted pin try. Mrs. Austin
hopes that Rents railroad will be ad Mrs. Koonee marked the score.
built so that the people of that me- At the close of the games, Mrs.
tion can come often to Ocala. Mrs Green. aMssisted by h sister. MrXs.
J4,rdan made an Inspection of the Mary fXagleton. Mrs. Austin and Mrs.
Star office and was pleased with what Koonee. served ice cream, cakes salt-
she saw. Hor young son. who rioted ed almonds and coffee with whipped
Ocal4 last season with his father, cream. Mints were played on the ta-
was so pleased with the workings of es while the guests were playing.
the linotype that he can't get over On each plate was a cluster o pInks.
talking about It. Mrs. Green Is always a charmingc
hostem a"d her lovely party yester-
^ --day was one of the moot ejoa
ones gIven this winter. Those whec
Enjoyed the Ideal aftmamoio were .+A .,
Mary Egieton. Mrs. W. H. focker-
Mrs. I. W. Duval, Mrs. J. C. R
Koonee, Mrs. J. K. Austin. Mr. Clar-
^^ "ence Camp, Mrs. Clifton Camp, Mrs.
,George Armstrong, of Savannah. Go.
Mrs. E. L. Carney. Mrs. B. W. MimB3,
S Mrs. Lee Miller.
HILOR EYES AT THE ORPHtUM
If your child is backward In his
studies-does not like to study, or has The pictures at the Orpheum last
1 symptoms of headache, you will prob- night were good and the illustrated
ably find that there is t ome little eye song. "Morning. Cy." was loudly ap-
rouble. lauded. A good sized audience turn-
There may be no outward signs of ed out and" all seemed to enjoy the
a defect yet the eyes should be ex- perfwuanie.
amined to make sure there Is no fault This evening, and the last evening
in them. the Orpheum will be open, Mr. Hail
WE GIVE SPECIAL CARE TO will sing two illustrated songs, and
WE GVE SPECIAL Cshow four reels of pictures. All who
CHILDREN'S EYES attend are assured of a plea-ant hour
DR. D. M. BONT, and the price of admission will re-
Eyesight Specialist, main the same. 10 cents for adultsi
Ocala. a. and 5 ce-nts for children.
+ Office Hours: I to 12 a. in. and T- A THE WAMAN'f CLUB
t: 3O to 4:* p. m Optical. office and TEA AT TH vWOmAw CLU
I laboratory. rooms 2 and 4 Oary block The weekly af.rpoon tea was limt'
CATTLE FM 8ALE c*t the club rooms Feriday afternoon asa
CATT FO SALEusual Mrs. D. W. Davis sad Msr. H.
A r-o of a diyed L. Anderson acting as the hosteases
A portion of iry herd eos1t on this occasion served a nmbher of
of a good bull and s.evAmlhin t, the club members with tea sad cakes.
yearlings and calves. A bargawn ~Th weekly gatherings are well at
sold at once. See or write, J. H. Brin- eded and prove very attractive be-"
son. 2--d4twlt cause of their infosnal character. ;

FIRST CLASS PAPtRHANGING Mr. A. B. Dement, the horseman,
AND P MNTiNG / left this morning for Marlanna. to'
I have opened l Oala shop o s wf and baby and look atr
high-class paperllangtlg an psumting his Interests in a livery stable. lrom
and it is my desire to give an es- there Mr. and Ms. De t Wl pro-
mrat on every painting and paper- c Murfresboro. resin., thekrit0l
hanging job that is to b" done In Code. dator ae nt wicla oh
Ocals. have the t paper m n InI a w"
the south and I handle the finest lad will p.5s the summer pnrcbs1ng
most up to date line of paper, bur- horses for the Kansas City mltkt
lips, silk fabric goods and ImitatUon ha the fal he will return toOcal'l~nL
tiling, both imported and domestic on open a livery stable In tile bid
,+,... ,,, .. ... .. ,,,_on North Magnolia street, now isledl


I,, ,,,are u, e ,. I ,amy ve m,,-a y ^ mith & Roberts as a store^
tl-ns are up to date I have made a by Smith & Roberts&astore rOM
-pe-Ia o I-IF wor. o years


special of rnterior work for years and
can suit any one. I make the best
cloth and pictorial, also all classes of
signs, gold leaf and gilding a spe-
clalty:. Ladles desiring to make se-
lectidns of papers without the trouble
of going up town wfll be prompt
waited on at any time th-a desire at
their home with a complete line fa
samples. Just drop te 4 card with
the time you dedre tO hem aMd
you will be waited on promptly. All
out of. town work promptly doe aWd
solicited. ltespectfully,
Andy Whltley.
No. 10 Fort King Avenue.

ELECTRIC SMOOTHING IROW.
One of the greatest e ou.e4 MM
about the hoae Is o oe of those Amer-
ican Electric SuOthldta Itrms. Heat-
ed in a minute, an evea temperaturM
never sole d or amoked. .Get your wife,
mother Or sister one ao them. Two
sizes Sad prizea. Ask HIL W. Tucker
to show them to you.
STORAGE ROOMS



Any
rooms
of the


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one desirIng good stora
can find same In the third floor
Star buUMdg.
OFFICES FOR RENT


Some desirable office for rent in
the Star building, third floor.
WAGOfS FOR SALE CHEAP


Mr. William Knoblock of Martin
continues very low, though his condi-
tion Is no worse than several days
ago.
Mr. B. H. Bankston of Ashburn, Ga.,
is Is the city and will make Ocala his
beadquarters. He will open man f-
fce for the Southern Loan and Trust
CompAny of Atlanta. -
W. but WOW lv'beasesi dIs.
Call an or J. 11. B. M b. 3 tt

Dr. Walter Hood's auto Is Imbned
with so nmeh spirt that It can scarce'
ly be -traifnfd, When he turned lIt
into the garae this morningl for a
gentle rubbit dewn It few throm h
the line of autoe and created *great
consternation amoug them.
Phone or 'send your prescrlpt.ona to
the Court Pharmacy.



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* Notwlth~los~'g the low purte^ *K
spirits and e"n during: *pteu e pm" ea
or more, some and 4qute z few oW .a,.
conservatIve operators have
money. Of over 3 OoevXW.a 7
their books., the X P. *Wiia.g
$any of oawlh sy
;uey. ?uteoni h Swn M.~~-|,l
*< by-;Mr. X. T. l *r'rf ^
Mveg.,' cmthe svwaansVe!j,
and. owed by j. 3tlg
Uer, Frrg.aon ebm .fqrj2i
best record. f
Mrs. BEaxter Cart, who
visiting friends at Redlek,'
home this.* afternoon. ,..- .
B. L. Martia, the Weir p*.
man, was here today' a l:
business siatking u.. "--
Mrs. W. T. Cole b .w et ..
a visit to friW"ds at L4*S B .-
Mr. and Mrs. ewitt '
were callers in towneldhy,? ..:- .
SMr. Walte. Tucker nf
from .-a boainsea trip '+;p

Dr. W. H. Powers will go to
sonville tomorrow night, for hias W
automobile and will hate it sMWOp ^,
down. . ,..- ; --"

D. l Alitn of pusaql'wa^
town tonay. He ide: a'-,
for the preheat ut bope& tem 'h
work mining pos.a-to sh ''-

WillHam HadsockO the v.I e
down to Crystal B ivr tat aftai- ,r
to vit his daughter. -
Mrs. K. P ,Guerrat ibid <
went low-n to Viati- a tkldia-a t5.
noon. -
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Best Medi Puiced Hotel ia the Cty,

Table i always supplied with the best the market awdffl.
Skilled cooking, careful mention to the wants of the guest
Good rooms and comfortable beds.


MRS. ROBERT KAISER, PROPRIETRESS, OCALA.
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FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES


Western Bee, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Bee,
Muttun, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turlp, Beets,
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, panish Qniomi


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Phone 108


City Market


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Am ~oma dthK we are pleaded 'to
bImr s bt as a posacher you will
have to apea a few month In pris-
The Amerikan tried to laugh. but in-
stad he tamd pale.
"rhem there will be a few more
methan r phmelum for les majety."
"DMat y"- say awhMle ag that yoe
comlered youeset as od as the
emperor? What do you think of that.
..nsh.. ? This reement of the tar
we4t Is Ama.e. a .im hosif as
ga d Msi,
"fB thV yO sUMa," Sa t&
Am I A _Wag aS "by premtendk
to be emfraR to get me lo herem fr
ag o" buml witban a
~ebNo,.ato fr gh s. Rb suit
Momeidd anes majesty to me o.a
thea t the tale "stve Mr. Berm-
nraethk ter a sthoeman a thaera.
eb bet aM tMt eramlag that I could
p-UMM W l w wll" dete1 i m
Waso after phaeM ts I bmt him
-h T a heFserwv with all t e
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1"Is. T a not the rt w hs

ldw. tmai. en Wta
1 have eay m him picture and
thea tak la .alfrm. If yoa were
to ale oimaty renot y aou ibt pWa
isv hiaas r waketection."


iem tbav Ie
wtn p,. Ih a a Mwe What a
Joke at wes e for me to go to the
- h eand f IMiso *a Po
'Tr bt 7oa .themed theirs that
"mle m ye rma up aals..t the pesrr-
or himaef or sa.e of the roal fmly
yeM cam play emperor as lag as you
Uka".
*I tae, the bet. "t fat pGombe
mt wr n hr. me way."
"I I1ml f that sbt are yea oibge

Tr" -JtIa y a naol In Berlin."

The two ibteao togr such they
wmero mewded away.
"Who me y-uar akea the maen who
was to play emperr es the other.
" Bais6Lh BoDeUageaMr. a GIre

heem. ''
t yes rt u anywhere y l Mke in
iPro"y that I la ns M ourL
Wo Ba ase anot where there Tmo
a*tb e at n 1 am h sy om o t-
pir Wetim R. DsBt thirek of me
say eM e. To oumit betray
Teare right. I wo hegis sm r i*
.gt"m0 '71a- majestyy* Wher


i n emper ore sb e mm t tM.
Ta wlft l for halfm o han when
m5 3S1ct sa: "The sheetig lodge
is right up there. Do't be fsright-
F'r9w et y? De yoe sppoee an
Amenim e be frightened at royal-
tyT MRtOLI Iom**er mynedfa good
-- th emperor."
"ee her." bM Mr. Boraneeer
aazioefly, "r not aftraM of an em-
pero, but I seriously object to skat-
is ars with ama Impoter."
sOeym do? Very weD, If you are
eM. pay am the thened thaltera."
"Not hr a eug shot. Proceeds"
wsy to the lodig threw down his
pm lag is which there were two
pt-yAee aLd maM to cetiura wnho
S tIo Mr. Borugemeer from Aer-
ea. He will be erNX t fr the
y. Lit at poetale aom"eraston be
oe teek Mr. Boraeeoea sa. an-
other mbdeo ?V(brimful of phear-
sae and smother offered itm re-
frbeheat. Be looked very uneasy
anas a -an e .dtlalty offered
tetle the de thtor:

"la that ease 1 wolt won ay bet.
It wealS prove that I cowld not play
Diaer was siea served, and the
Amerian sat down at table with "his
... 5r -d a s..l asut at the lod.e
at be.yI do with poacher e to
a'r e so pteoas, ter there


dies with only alight beb t. I he-l
of Doan's Kidney P11k and grlsefe
a bos. I seed them sad ta I it
me the desired rliet. I am w *I&
to rmt well at Blc4 am tiMe ft.
pan amnd imemem maSd to1,
and better In every way." .
Pleasy -ow -epn ue i -iMs
Oealae pespl. CaB at r & es'.
drau store nd ask what M at>o
or ale by al deal m. P ab
New TeYt. sole'aMto re a
State. *
take no other.'

stoo so e aS h H i Nval
cii mm r n wrw be blM is thk a-
t the nCompm an' the i
WWedear. Apr 7th, aI. at M
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and it isOetpecMO th at -Te won


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your address.Ne od I wia atb.
to Care yourself at:oa a the aM-
terd sev of this haomelr mtee lle
for trial with ret aeneaos ft
owne Aality If requeas e em
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