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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 29, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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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: VID03127
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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Ho Be tASTERSCOs.

Agents in Ocala


R, D, FULLER,

DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Mlunroe & Chambliass
Bank.


OCALA


- FLORIDA


TERMS. CASH.


J. E. CHANCE


DENTAL 8URGECIC
Rooms 9, IO and II,
Second Floor, Holder Block.
OCALA. FLORIDA.
TERMS. CASH.


L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
Mlce Over C eirdal k
Phone 211
Offe Hoeur-4 to 12 a. m.; I to 5 p. m
TERMS. CASH.


Charles D. Hulbert, M. D.


ad SrgeW"
^^ Offte Second Floor The Munroe and
Chambiles Bank Building, Ocala.
Florida.
Teleobeoee: Office, 2; Residence. 221
OfWe Hours
9-12 a. m., 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-3M n. w.



V.C. BLANCHARD


CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Plans furnished
on application.


P.O. Box U.


Ocah FbL


THE COMMERCIAL

BARBER SHOP

Opens into the lobby of the
Ocala House.
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec.
tric fans. electric massages.
ed Bamlng Water at all Tims
VINCENT C. DETTERICH. Manager.


C. J. PHILLIPS
Coatracto aad Btilde.

Plans and Specifications Furnished
Upon Request


129 Sath
Ocala Fla


rMrd St.
Phone 130


ICE


Best Qalitv


Elil I TO IE


Work of Surveying Ship Canml Aomes
Florida is as Big a Job as Laying
Out the Reute of the
Panama Ditch-
Savannah. March S.--That they
have two decidedly big jobs on their
hands In surveying the Inside route
from Beaufort. N. C._ to Key West.
and the ship canal route across Flor-
ida. was the belief of the members of
the perilal board of engineers In
charge ye.terlay when hey adjourn-
ed. Florida was found to offer the
greatest problem. In the inside rout'r
other is comparatively little work to
be done before taking the survey of
the route from Beaufort to Fernan-
dina. In the Savannah llstrlet Col.
Kingman took a survey under the
1907 rivers and harbors appropriation
bill that will praiteially answer the
purpose ftor this section of the route.
In both the Washington and
Charleston districts it wasn't very
hard to decide upon preliminaries for
the surveys. In some places it may
be deemed advisable to shift the route
somewhat before recommending a
permanent channel, but it wasn't hard
for the board to get together on these
matters. Allotments will be asked
for the surveys In these two districts.
Down the Florida East Coast it is a
different proposition, however. Sur-
veys of this 500-mile stretch are rela-
tively few ad an immense amount of
preliminary work must be done be-
fore any definite route for a survey
can be determined upon.
The survey across the state for a
.hip canal is as big or bigger Job than
the survey across the Isthmus of Pan-
ama for the Panama canal was, In the
estimation of ('l. Kingman, the chair.
man of the board. it is three or four
times as wide as the Isthmus and the
survey level isn't so much different
in bight.
Capt. Spaulding, the engineering of-
ficer at Jacksonville, was asked by
the board to collect information both
of the coast survey and for this one.
He was asked to secure all grade
maps of the railroad systems crossing
the stale that he could, and also to
send a few men out to Investigate the
lake and water supply on the summit
levels. The board will meet again
in six weeks and this Information will
then probably be in hand. The board
will then go more deeply Into he wo
problems.
NIGHT ON BALD MOUNTAIN
On a lonely night A'm-'. Benton. of
Fort Edward. N. T.. climbed Bald
mountain to the home of a neighbor,
tortured by asthma, bent on curing
him with Dr. King's New Discovery,
that h-id cured himself of asthma.
This wonderful medicine soon reliev-
ed and quickly cured his neighbor.
Lat"r It cured his son's wife of a ae-
vere lung trouble. Millions believe Its
the greatest throat and lung cure on
earth. Coughs, colds, croup, heM-
orrhages and sore tangs are surely
cured by it. Best for bay fever, grip
and whooping cough Sc. and SL
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all
druggists.

ALL HAVE BEEN FAILURES
Bishop Warren Candler Denounces
the *Live Like Christ"

Baltimore, March 2S.-Bishop W. A.
Candler. presiding ower the Baltimore
crnftrence of the Methodist Episco-
ail church, South, in session here
yesterday, declared against the "Live
like Christ'" movements started in
several cities of thd country recently.
"All the so-called movements that
make people live like what they think
Christ would' have been failuress" he
sai4d.
A SWOLLEN JAW
is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
its caused by neuralgia, toothache or
accident. Ballard's Snow Unlment
will reduce the swelling and relieve
the pain. The great and sure cure
for rheumatism, cuts, burns, bruises,
.scalds-any and all acbes and paina.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
MURDER AND SUICIDE
Well Known Newsapaper Man Kills
His Wife and Himaelf -
Bostom. March 2U.-A starttllg
tragedy was enacted In a public gari'-
den near the entrance to the Boyiston
street subway last night while the
early evening suburb-a rush was at
its height. Suffering from nervous
trouble with which he hs been atf-


flicted for several years. Lawrence
Boyle. a well known newspaper man.
shot and killed his wife and ended his
own life by the same means.
A Religious Auther's Statemntt
Rev. Joseph H. Fesperma. Salls-
bury. N. C., who is the author of sev-
eral books, writes: "For several yeMrs
I was afflicted with kidney troMble
and last winter I was snddenaly strick-
en with a severe pain In my kidneys
and was confined to bed eight day
unable to get up without *-mltau0 e
My urine contained a thick white sed-
Iment and I passed same frequently
day and night I commenced taking
Foley's Kidney Remedy, and the pan
gradually abated and finally ceased
and my urine became normal. I cbeer-
fully recommend Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy gold by all dealers.


NORTHCUTTS WIFE
STANDS BY HIM
Atlanta. March 24.-R. L North-
cuU, the well known capitalist and
society man of Marietta recently In-
Alcted for a mlsdemear or in which
several boys were witnesses against
him, and who was put under a $2.000
bond, has left Marietta. It is stated
bis wife. whom he married about a
year ago and who Is quite wealthy.
believes him innocent of the charge.
He made disposition of his property
through an attorney before leaving.

State of Ohiom City of Toledo,
Lucas County. sa.
Prank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co.. doing business in the
city of Toledo. county and state afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Haeir Catarrh Cure.
Prank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De-
cember, A. D. 1881.
A. W. Gleason. Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter-
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo. 0.
Sold by all druggists. 75e. Take
Hall's Fmily Pills for constipation.

EDWARDS MUST BE INSANE
Representative of the First Georgia
District Wants His Salary as .
Congreseman Reduced
Washington. March 28.-Represen-
tative Edwards of Georgia, hI tired of
drawing $7.00 a year for his services
as a member of Congress. He is will-
ing to hold the Job for $5.000 a year.
Accordingly he has Introduced a bill
to reduce the salaries of members to
$5,00.

IF YOU ONLY KNEW
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
months' treatment Sold by druggists
ar by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
I. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street, St.
Louis. MissourL

PIANO TUNING
Ten years experience. References,
any made teacher in Ocalas any
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
328. A. MIL. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf





IS FRESH MILK IN POWDER FORM


The Moiseture in Cow's Milk is Water
|

This water is evaporated and the white
pewder-TRUMI LK-remains.
Te make the TRUMILK powder into
liquiMd iMk you add the water that
has been taken out.
There Are me Preeervatives or Adul-
terants in TRUMILK

TRUMILK i as thorouglhly sterilized, so
all danger of disease germs is avoid-

TRUMILK may be used wherever
free h milk is used-fer the table and
for ***king.__
TRUMILK Sells for 16 Cente a Tin or
Te Time fr 2S Cents


. K. GROCERY


TWO


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lIontma Barbershop

to Ceammettee With the HeWt off m

Skmned works and c rteou at-
tatlo ar #A. Special attention to
eblldMs.


ELECIC MASSAGE

HOT MAN COLD WATER


GEORGE FIX
PRACTICAL BRICK MASON
fthd sd Fire Brit k Work
Special attention to repairing fur-
naees, boiler setting and Dutch ovens,
brtck kIlnM and baker's ovens. If your
boiler doesn't steam as It should, send
for me, I am the doctor.
Al Wrk- Iuarat-d
No dletance too great and no hour
too late to respond. At Carton House,
S1CALA, FLORIDA,


PAl F~IIA


COW01 Amoadee WaWiUT#
----- to the North Psee i l'5 ,'
False Gods of Prestotie Cm Never

Path of Virtu menta s f
Washington. March 2$,--n 4 da 4l to(te(ooasg $-
xwdite discussion of the. tarieia the be N'g
House, unanimous eocsest wae glvas- a.
last night that session begiW oK _if e t Y 1
stead of 11 o'clock and last sti M 'ii t-he
11:30 at night, with recesee s from 4 er o of the Ford. but will return sal
to 8. later proceed to America and theneet
Mr. Hardwick of Georgia, spoke to Nome, Alaska, where the Fram
yesterday and maintained that the which goes by way of Cape Horn, will Ae "
South still condemns and denounces pick him up. From Nome the expe- O1 I
protection. in spite of what has been edition will eater the Axetic Ocesa
said t(o the contrary He said he op- through Bering Straits.
posed the Payne bill as a whole'and '" l l f
contended it is a revision upward. He
also declared it la not true the it
Is turning to TAIt Special rates of fare to Jacksonvile:
"Human naturep" he s "i about for the Spring Musical Festival bpe
the same In the oeth as anywhere been b th.. r ..Tl ; -/', .
else. and there aft dotlees mo w be g fod fr l a o
men and many ltterests In that see- 1th or l't et fl and a"A
tion who would be wlling to see all by any train v a In
rates and schedules raised antil te by midday of the 1th. ett li
touch the skies, provided only they Aprlr 21t, thus assuring ever Mc e
can get their own particular schedules the pleasure of atten g mlfthe ,
fixed to suit themselves. These men at klwet possible coWt. -
by no means speak for our tolling, un- As the regular bm om rffi
favored and unprivileged millions. preval after March t tiaIlt be
They speak for themselves andthese and their wln If ~Ceyy e wllho I vit ... "
own pockets. Let this be clearly un- lag the festival mad. pa 5ppleatoU
derstood, andyou get a pretty clear the assciate memb ers ip ts ket i
Idea abont the worthlessness of all as they wi be wlthdrawa, a
this talk about the 8outh Is turning I Sn-e prices of admiatas be lout
toward Taft. eager to embrace repb- In force, April l 1t.
licanism and hungering for the flesh- X ,
pots of protection." : -
THE ROAD TO 8UCC ave opened
has many obstructions, bat none so la ndry nd arket.
desperate as poor health. Success to-
day demands health, but Bectric Bit- ol d n ot al W bflIMit$-.
tern Ins the greatest health builder the low. b"uands e, l t. eto. I wW. 1 I
world has ever known. It eompels :so m ESde-IJ 4' '
perfectaction of stomach ver, kid- e an repair furatthe
neys, bowels, purtfies and enriches the etc AM A eqd ea w ..sill.
blood, and tones and nv, t beo t r oet-he e ftbr
whole system' Vi gorous body anwd k wil be- -'- --
keen brain follow their use. You
can't afford to slight electric Bitters. a .W
If weak. run-down or sikly. -Only'PU -f "
S0. Guaranteed by all drugtbta.

GILCHRIST HONORED WbRNOLOSY
--n Rg- Hn Ushould be studied bty vr64.y a re.n ,
Invited to Attend Coagra of Aimer- Y cMhd Is nerM ,f.tftL a
ican Rhe d uilMdw Is It sleep is p -ty -aee ba S
Seattle. Wash.. March 23.-WIth U der Its"wo, a s. emsR.'. '
Gilchrist has been Invited by the gov- i3 taiub I gt y aa
ernor of the state of Washington, and the trwbe l Is w h" '
the president of the Good RoadsW As- v-rmat is a ao- lu"te,1a,
sociation of Washington to setd two w'nlm b Ils a W ':, -i '.a.ow
delegates to represent Florida at the b the Anti-Meopol rut -rg e..
First American Congres ok Road
Builders to be heid at Seattle. Wasllh., 6 3P 1 .- W"S
July 4 to 8, 1, in the good roads -
building of the University of Wash- I am prepared to tak any Job at
ington. painting, no matter bow .lasge or bow
Sismall or how iae the work dstl.ed
LOVERS say be. I have the material, br ahes ,
of good health should prevent rack- and knowledge to paint and do it -.I
ness instead of letting themselves get rlht. Houses palted tiIe and U ... ,.::
sick and then try to cure It So longGrainlng, gildin, hard oi k alh ,thig.
as you keep year liver, bowels and v harlhi and letterag and
stomach In a healthy and active con- vLIIUl a t te e&AdM .ll .ertd, -
dition you won't get stek Baa s W te t.aad cam Cam P" ."te .. .; .,-.O
Herbine relieves constipation, naet- Company. Wk e word -t the.star
Ive liver and all stomach and bowel oce. W. Filw. Ocala. ia. tt
troubles. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly .
Drugstore. Mw

MARRIED THE MONGOLIAN McC Hl re.onsl, A-ers tc n
Shemi.an, Outtong. cribner,. Century,. -
CaliforlIa Girl Traveled a Thousmad H s Monthly. Harpers Bapr and -
Miles to Wed a Jap Ptoa iew agsis for Apri. t-.
Seattle, Wash., March W.-With just In at the Ocals News Co. :.
Rev. ILH. H. Gowan as the officiating
clergyman, assisted by Rev. A. Pat- EMATS FrOB AL*
terson, Gunjairo Aokl. a Japanese, -- v i".f
amnd Miss Helen Gladys nery, the .-Tirty benches t.t oag o--d : 4'-*^I'
daughter of Archdeacon Emery of the d for sale cieap. ->ie'ly t '.M
Episcopal diocese of California, were Orpem Theater or *tor..ai .a., -.-
married at the Trinity church 7ester te Campbel n -. - *-'
day.
They had traveled for more than ppIg -- su.
1,000 miles to become legally united as +...
man and wife. as the laws of Califor- We have a large supply of 'hl., b
nia. where the girl was born and guaranteed mlon., eaaleape a td 1
reared. prevent such union. den seeds of all hinds for the Wdeg'.">.. c V.
planting. See us before buyisgag yea "
1O WITH A RUSH supply. Tydtinga and Co. "..* ^
The demand for that wonderful ____ "___________________
ot mnach ih'r nda kidney enre TDr


King's New Life Pills-Is astounding.
say all the druggists; that they never
saw the like. Its because they never
fall to cure sour stomach, comast a-
tion, indigestion, billoumea, Jaundlek
sick headache, chlls and mala.
Only 25. For sale by all druggista
FISK AND OYS tRS
I receive every day tram Crystal
River choice oysters, both InsIe ad
Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water flsh
and mullet I can give you the best
in fish any oyster, fresh and promHpt-
ly delivered. Phone 219 city market;
second stall on the lest. 1--t-
WILLIAM z UIJcKR.


FATHER WAS A FIEND
Decoyed His Little Boy with a Gift,
and Then S et Him DewN
Pittsburg. Pa. March 2&-After
firing two bullets at his wife, point-
ing a revolver at his mother-in-law,
when she attempted to help her
daughter and trying vainly to get his
little girl out of a neighboring house
that he might kill her, Henry Smith.
aged 31 years, a motormas living near
here., yesterday sent a bullet through 1
the brain of his six-year-old son.
Russell, killing the boy instantly, and
then shot himself through the head, J r
dyin Instantly.
Trh. n-a.. nf the taIwedy Is maid to -


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EVENING STAR

C. L ttinsr a.d R. R. C ,
SEditor, and Publsher.
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This paragraph from the Florida
School ]xponent deserves attention:
"It would give us a great deal of
pleasure to publish a list of the
schools In Morida that have mreae
than three Window plants, and It would
gitvj us special pleasure to make pub-
lic mention of any school In the state
that has a garden. Is there one?"
Much might be written on the sub-
ject of the Ihfluence of flowers and of
floriculture on the budding mind. It
may not he always possible to grow
flowers In the windows or on the
grounds surrounding a city building.
but It should be done where not im-
practicable and the -duty of looking
after such gedens might be well as-
signed to the person who attends to
the city's parks and greenhouses, but
It Is always pracUticable In and around
a country schoolhose.-Tlmen-Unlon.
The teachers of Both of the Ocala
S schools take great pride In their pot
plants. especially Miss Georgia Bor-
ger who, for the past three years, aa
had the prettiest Easter lilies In town.
Sumter counr is In the middle of
S a great county site scrap. that is tak-
In, ^ on waumb sob day. It is to be
hoped that tpi best point will be 4g-
i, elected, which Ip. the opinion of the
v Record, w*0l. e- 0ther Wildwood or
S Bushnel.-K.aate Record.
1 It Is very evident from the above
S that Edltor .Pank Walpole knows
nothing about the thriving town of
|Coleman that has come to the front
since be ceased publishing the Wild-
wood Vidette. some 15 years ago.
S Mr. E. W. Smith, assistant engineer
-t of the Seaboard Air Line, arrived in
Sumtervllle Wednesday afternoon, but
at once proceeded to Center Hill, at
which place on. Thursday. he will
S meet Mr. J. W. W. ie. Industrial
V** agent for the 'eaboard" and they In
company with Mr. C F. yenabe and
Mr. F. I& Ruqtlad will' proceed to
make a thorough Investigation of the
extension of the umtervlUe branch
f to Center Hill. It is hard to foretell
what the outcome of the Invertlgatlon
r will amount to, but up to now every-
thing looks very favorable.-Sumter-
vylle Times.

Mr. J. E. Roache of the Central of
i'Georgia Ralway, was in town today.
Mr. and Mrs. Roach will leave Wed.
neaday for a trip to Cuba.
Mr. Harmon Head. who purchased
the stock of goods In the Boston
Store, closed his business career In
Ocala Saturday night and is bus
packing his goods this week prepara-
tory to shipping them to Fort Meade,
where he will try his commercial
luck. Success to him.

I. R. Hubbard,.,,mpreentlng a Ch-
cago furniture house that makes a
specialty of furu.ihking churches, halts
and opera houes, .w in the city, hay-
-. lung heard the Masons propose build-
*k, Ing an opera house and Is here to see
r If he can supply the same with fur-
* nltur.
': Among the Saturday arrivals at the
Montezuma were J. B: Cason, Wild-
wood; W. H. Donnelly, High Springs;
SR.C. Davis, Jacksonville: E. L Wolff
and wife, Jacksonville; J. R. Black-
gf man,. Trilby; T. J. Pearce. Chicago.

Henry Mason. of Conner. owner of
the motor boat, Oregonlan. was in
T*' town this morning and reported his
' trip In his boat t4 Jacksonville a very
!, pleasant one. Mr. Mason thinks. he.
has the finest boat on the rlver. It
was made from an Immense cypr-s
.' log. Mr. Mason is suffering fromt
i ~carbuncle and is heretp consul a,
,doctor. ,

: Captain Harrison of Citra, with the
Hart Line of teamers plying the Ok-
*; htwaha river, has been temporarily
relieved by Captain Lansing of Astor.
so that be could go home and attend
to some business matters.
It seems the Item in Saturday's
Star about an encampment at Shell
* Island, on the Gulf has misled some
of our people. It is not for military


purposes, bhut for social gatherings and
Intellectual entertainments, the Crys-
J tal River News made a plea.
*
SMessrs. J. P. Galloway, Mason Ty-
sen. Henry Livngston, W. D. Richey,
; C. L. Sistrunk and Dr. E. P. Guerrant
went to Center HIm last night on the
S Coast Line train and returned this
afternoon on the 1 o'clock train, and
K had a dove shoot, but the birds were
S scarce and very . were killed.

SMr. D. W. Tompkins, of the ex-
S change and sade stables of Tompkins,
; Cobb Ak Co.. will leave tomorrow for
S Atlanta olbr a fresh supply of horses.
Mr. Tompkins desires us to iny that
If any one desires a special animal,
S he will be glad to secure the same
S while In the markets. Mr. Tompkins
bhas special orders for over a down
ftne horses. Mr. Tompklns leaves to-
morrow, but If you make up your
S mind within the next day or two, go
around and talk to Mr. Arthur Cobb,
S and your desires will be gratified.L

The Tampa Times says Captan.
Garner, of Jacksonville, and own sr v
"_ the Independent ine of steamers ply-
ing the waters of the Manatee river
from Tampa. has disposed of the
Ssamne to the St. Petersburg Transpor-
tation Company.


The Ocala street sweeper has ar-
rived. It Is a miniature hand aidakr,
and to our way of thinking is only a
good big carpet sweeper on wheels.
It does Its work well, however, and Is


Whet am Oe Pe ad msew st


Tuesday. March B. 10 It $ *-m sAi
clation called to order in JAeSN-'
Theater by Pread t X '*. r 0 -
ington, of the lA.shno NmR 4
Invo at oM, its YM Som0610A.:
of the MemorIa Ih -- ho A_-
Courtesies of the dtw e be b,
Mayor Masters. .
BusinesM season to last duti .&
journmemt at 12:3.
Afternoon session will- bom at -2
o'clock.
Paper will be read by CeON s 3.
Smith, of the Madison W-AM0O-
Recorder Oa "A Untlo. Ra r P6.
liltlcal Advertislng"
This will be Moewed eY a lpe ty
C. ,L. Bttinler, of the Oeala a1. eon
The Postoffice in the PrtIntla B-
ness."
Another paper on Unltsrsedir I
Advertising Rates ANMa Plumb.W
Newspapers; How Can It he "st-
edr will be inatrodueed -Mr. W. A.
Russell of the Palathm WeIW Tis
will he followed by renas am 4Ao
subject ,by the .Jac-e m1il4e150i tet
ing agents, Messrs. Harry I. BUmbsm
and Percy P. Vyle. The meahbers gm-
enally wil reply.
At I p. m. the etera sreIAM will
begin In the Jefferson Thter with
Invocation by Rev. L. PIts-James
Hindry of the Trinity Eipscopal
church. An address of woeomis wS
he made by Mayor |m e awm asM I*
WVi"h Pr cdimt NetisW ,- we Sr-
,i ,enda on behalf of the press associa-
tion.
% Then wil follow the president's an-
ual address.
The annual poem will be read by
W. I. Pabor. poet laureate of the Na-
tional Editorial Asoatio.
The principal address of the evetn-
Ing will be delivered by N OWVIS
Clark, member of oaena0. TsMl wiflt
be followed by a paper aO th. MO---
t4ial Column; Its ilatIoS to .0
Public and the 1us1m1 s O1 eO," by
IL R. Tomlin, of the Piat City -cor-
ler.
Among the musical mature wZi be
vocal selections by 3 male memBe1
of the St. Auguntie Choral teSa y.
under the direction o. Mor. I, r. gL
ton and orchestral n Mber-If audS-
ence will also have a raMe treat 8
outside talent, Miss (Meos Lsdb Pet-
ty, teacher of vefee I SJ m6Ma OA-
lege. Lake City., beln oa M-.pre-
gram for a reading. "Quer U
Tilngs From Texas by ileanor Hoyt
and Miss Erin Black, teacher of musli
in Columbia, for a violin solo, "Scene
de iBallett" by de o er
Another traction will be the ap-
pearance of Miss Ida Belie verett,
a professional entertainer from the
north, who will 8 1"er best recita-
tion, "St. George and the Dragon,"
and a vocal solo, 'Violet," from
"Roma.'*
On Wednesday Editors FrankI K
Harris of the Oeatn Bauner, and T.
J. Appleyard, of the Lake ( Index.
will take chae of the St. AuLgutIe
Record and Issue the same with the
assistance of the other editors of the
stkte re. '

L088O OF THR KRAISARM
Not the. BatU-hi but a Cenmal

Lve Leog
New Orleans, March 2.-A special
from Blueflelds, Nlvargua, gives the
details of the loss of the. sloop Kear-
sarge on the night of March 13th be-
tween Monkey Point and Greytowa,
Nicaragua. The report Mtates that
twenty people perished whOe the boat
went down. The catain, ook, two
sailors and five pa saNgenr-Suceed-
ed in reaching shore I& a si beat
Moot of the passengers weon Amfi-
cans.
-SELMA IOw APLOAT;
w-. ORADA TILL MnASOUN0
. Port J Uarch z-The steam-
i the-'tbninoe the saea dat be
w reported agrond. No a.ms
The loading machine Xorada, Co-. ;
P. Dewey, Is still ashore sa an oyster
bar In the hay. -
q
Mr. L. 3. Tonce, who is ooia
with the Ocala Star, was in the cfty
Monday attending to business euo-
nection with his paper. While here
be waa a moat pleasant caler at the
Advocate ofSee.-Tll m Advoten.


W mas -mpacha a. ai

Tham *a vm AN& a. -

AIAniiG* t7e:a S w


un "dol& %VW


FOR RIT-Ohmp; a uow,*larie.
$-room house, nicelypalatol andu-
pered; Vo wA-A3l f mt Sof ""
-imAr I AM*to A.A
~uest iawa. Idya fA. 3.


lip, I "b'~swe en n, Rif
street Finder uulbsextwn cud to-
cmdve reward. 41-"-
Proleyv Ilbwyam"*0n WE Win
any 0me. of hbedsy *or a.b
that Isnbet hundo NOW R =I*
kritas Otk I" nausP to gt flAW
in Br din-Ama.or Mae"*1*a


Abied ImGI *edUa


ELBCTMIC ,OOTUNG IROw.
-ass, at caveatest convenienaes
abot the hM U onemoa thUoenA -
t* mUlftO oeths Irens. Heat-
-a aIn s !a, an even te perature
2uwer saw ,r-IMODOICGtim yaw ibf
s r o oadd-r one o thema. Two
a-be -a"-|iML Ask H. W. Tucker
AM amhw sa so *yoi.


Any a- d am lat=* in the thIrd floor


10M ALMO6r. GIVEN AWAY
A teW sprehorsme for sale by the
TsmqNt% -bft Companr. which wil
be dmms- 4WiA IsUrB that win Corm-
-.P baimite ke onts of the ftact.
iT'-riii Cobb. Company.

VM 9 LLf-A go"d heavy horMee
U -B-Mft-W- ewe and. nflm
tvaer 0 .e- ee wagon, near-
try -Uw. wit sU cheam for cash. Ap-
p *0 M A.2 Mlser. mouth Lake Weir,
H ++ 8-tf

) +,* .
Owr f L -xppear is.mthe best we
w* m 4 wiiw bkc, t u Inj Vem ne Comm
fi mad mse IL The p~otof*ce Drug-

6grove at Bouth'
aIU bloom. Your
ee t* eA t or M-awce s p..at a
- ap a .h .et tow au. come
aie | tt..m61. W. X Wsaf South
3ak*WeT. --5-13-2t


4
4.
Mo~u


Gl-so-s. tr OhL., March 20.-






at Woe alsnh .Tey b eas
od e-S ave ,osm-

at UhisU~ lat gas





- a .f *intar, wiche Wset
St~ Us ft- Ihathe (Ins -bixa-

a.t, i eu pheay teak mp a








"Cr~ flabeand his Irave. wiU
haw de &, to srmcd. If they
of&tte mtett wVid be o unles the4
os tco t ore.me

Ths' ttflfflk weodic beev *Un-
the-gn ta 0M W BHIS fghe at td-






old hef ie sia to stir the eks
soft *edev. u roeueed by a Company





t a upr anadk se for what hewill
ke" hhmO jula su the Indown. Old-
OVas~y SNaOW" endhis heaveis will






atime arotCramen, who insist they
refSe Sthe batRU will beem. Unless tMe






know what such thing meanu declareous
PROWto'- a us.tl





this s sn which aways ushe Ters




laId an troubkes
i8 Mea ha *been lleses and aore
MgagI uINsd &setrale t0he That the
ONd chief In striving to stir the Creeks
60 AS uprising sd strike for what he
easd swa mugevdent from
the aeeo S4*,W e 9siginAm irson ad-



JreCt hills Dr. before sundown M. Wallace. of Du-
time toUtero went twho Insisthe Hickory
know what such thnsroopmean, declared more
this Is a sign which always ushers


MIn Indian troubles.M and n were



Sw wthe troops, declared morped
0"muMes and Indians were
j~bd Tbhuib-and Saturday, and
weftvaeb Am6 j$4 ~without Coate~s, in
"m OW wheve the troop* eaaped
- Cr r fmka men are all armid
wva meden ald plentfully aup-
pU- with ,amsntlton. They are
Ines-ap r -W months for this final
ad aS ftabwful authority. They
sett a wtr* that they would fight
to the e at,

wbsmo atwinWdi
htpos St mi~~.A sme oh. mdeine

e ad p ilsm of many
k~j"% &4pms *9awnhu, the
u &f No tho bloom -fm a
fl wuIb s umidy bauded. The
umbeW *1Wdshkbyva tal*Ad
d do ism&&lim e an two
nM-hr a4is 68e6a4 PmWaaca sod
as. *xok 0 a" system throqk tae
Wlicme -s with arribage d
*Ha..hmd. )ByiMegletfto deal with
go 1"ilsi dvk dre e& weak-
M- whh to i os ecmm with= mr-
uilla mh1 nfum t understanding
tat h1s im i rohbb9g1 the ebehe
fS t IN S Ii te a em. of as





-i~r -e genra behialmobot o





hkanf ett49onM y A MV1mr iess medby
it t Mhedisus a eMorga all by
h w S O~MISo aldosw


harFul at &" Agdrus. Mad


CASTOR IA







DRe SOOZfrt CORIN C m*T
Auditor Mar: In order to gve Ma
wide publicity as poBAle to the pn- '
offered b # Dr. J. C. aBooer in the eorn
contest to be decided at er.o ari
county fatr, we are sming yoam a coa
oft condItions as attached to said cMo-
test as made by Dr. Bosmer and re-
quest you to publish sam Ja our
weekly edlt.p We beeve, that the
bOys of a eoaty, Mand the ftuarm-
ems. too% should eatwr ain a ir
rivalry and endear to make thi a
notable event aIs the bisty rt oar
county. No one thing wl omtrtuibote
mre to- our prosperity thai .ft dma-
onstrae to the worol that We have
sol and caditlom bot e to prodaeel
a staple, crop at a oaae cast that
is now snwfrerA fd or a nMM8 -
beast.. lhaning yn ftr A .ateid
extended us. Respecttfly ..
Marion Costffdr Aoinebl

PILES CUEIIO 4"TO. 4 OA
PAZO CNTM in gummlaTaasd to
cure ay am f tbc, B se.ed-
ing or Protrudtag Piha tI *84914 dav
or nmney refswal&.
'We have a now Move
fan"y Imped a s -. w-
forest pism PTh CA -ManB l

LTE P PGTCAN".


she droppdaydak- 49 W ae O



fot tdIWmmd at tm, -





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LEAVEmoOC A M 'WTMM


LAUNCH MERRY WIDOW
S'MAY M1 C4HATMIED
The launch "Merry WidoW." with
canopy top, safe, swift and eootta-
hibe. is for hire at Slver' ,Sprlut.-
either for a sbor ttlp On the run, fur
a moonulight excufisla *r pcvle to
points on the 1v" di f lou itr1i to
Palatka. or 1J .a *e. A Oa
pilot and ak 4e keeir alwa Isa
charge of th sbet Or er shel le
booad several day. ahead to mke
suree of san eem --- me. 1 -L
Mathews at to e O*e l o Itaftury.
or pho*n hia at So.. i 3-24-t
Mrs. W. P. Goo4yearE e -f
Conductor Goodtet, was wbew f
Ocala the paDt st eik vi:t:g her s
and his family, and esu H the'
bouncing baby boy, who mriv.d .
week. She returned home tam i
Inverness Chrosldei:

YOUR.LIV=E
is out of o r. youo t t *- L
bad humor and get up wi0 a . t.atO
In your mouth. 'TYE want M ogbC
to stimulate yov liver. Just try
Herbe, the liV#r- regus*c A p
tiv ce u fotr caIutino .!pal,
and all liver c0oouiV At. Mr.. P.-Ht
Worth. TsXlam wriet: ANd U
Hearbine to n my aatrf ar d012-
Words can't dxateAA I h tb*-'
about it. Everybody Ie f ISM
ias happy and wel. aIa&*o itt
Herbine." Sold by the 4s1-Moma1Q0


S An D PAoINM .4"s .
I have op n ftd b a.* 4,
hifh-clasks. "A'-1164fa~ 0, n *Sow gt
and it is my dealjr4to gi-s e -n;=
mate on vwr: poiaftp - 0" psM--..
hangir Job that s to nbe daw ft-
Ocala. I have the V esW pap" r as un -
the south and I hadle the dfesite an
most up to date toe of apsM er-
laps, silk fabric goods and heitotlam
tiling, both Importe* and domestic an
the market and ny imterior -decom-
tiens are up to date I have made a
special of Interior work for yearn a
can suit. any one. I mk* th dbeat
cloth and pIctorial al classes SC
ign gold leat and giving -
cialty. Ladies rhnilin to mace e-
Section of pap W ithot so trnart
of going up to, ^wir h
waited on a-r timo that.46esi*. SA
their home witi a ead Wt M 4F
samples. Juit do me with
the thus you mur to ,se ,thmW-me'
you wib be waited pa ptompfty Al
out of town work promptly Mei -and
soUcited. RespOctWy.
Andy W~.
No. 10 Fort Mug Avenue?










































*


of the National Biscuit C.-

products, presided over by. 0.-

Sadie Each, and partake of the deti

cious Crackers and Cakes.
^-- I - ^ - Bei- Il lli'l


MOONLIGHT MNIQ
Are now on. young folks, a -d .tb IN
the time to orgaibse a
for the SilTer Bprings re
waha river. ,Xngage the lasaeCh Me
ry Widow a few days ahead and at0i
the lovely trip to Delk's BIUf

Free tuitions, free room reot, re
!duerd boarding and raltrod rates t
teachr-rs and prospective teachers tak-
Ing review courses at Stetson Norms
School March 31st to June IstL Fl
particulars address Director A I. L
SWhrie, DeLand, Fla.
.


If rd an Idea
I know what rd do:
rd earnestly labor
To we it go through
rd st up for hers
And nurse t with eat
To ure sIl to ritan,
Mature and gr0w t0r. -


SNO. 1
... .S3 "

Meei, every Wednesday evening at
: 15 o'clock. Visiting brethren al-
ways welcome.
F. W. Ditto, President-
W. C. Moore, Secretary.


F.& A.M.


q I Marlun Dunn Lodge
No. 19 meets In the
temple on the first
and third Thursday evenings of each
month. Visiting brothers cordially
Invited. Y. A. Bouvier, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.

OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the 4th
Friday In every month at 8 p. m.
N. I. Gottlieb, H. P.
Jake Brown, secretary.

^ FORT KING CAMP


Next regular monthly meeting will
be held Friday evening. April 9, at
7:30 o'clock In Tonge's Hall. Visiting
sovereigns are airays welcome.
bl. M. Little. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.


The Se rt f Priuze WIling Pastry.
Fourteen prizes (nearly all of them
fints)out of fifteen entries of cakes and
fine pUtry is a record that any woman
might envy. This was the showing made
recently by Mrs. J. H. Chastain, 299 S.
Boulevard, Atlanta, Ga., at the Georgia
State Fair. Her explanation of her suc-
ces is decidedly interesting; she writes-
' "I entered nine cakes and six pies at the
Georgia State Fair, Atlanta. Ga.- won eight first
premiCs on cake, three first premiums and two
secods on pies, also first premium on general
display. I attribute my sicess in cake making
altogether to using COTTOLENE and not
butter."
Mrs. Chastain is the wife of the Master
Mechanic of the Western & Atlantic R.R.,
and enjoys a high local reputation for her
fine cooking. Not only does she use
COTTOLENR in making cakes orcrusts,
and other pastry; but for frying chicken,
fish, etc., se finds it unequalled. For
over nine years she has not had a pound
of lard in her house, using COTTOLBNE
exclusively.

Dr. W. H. Fisher. the medical of-
ficer of health to the Walsingham Dis-
trict t"uncil., says the London Stand-
ard. In his annual re'i-rt traces an
outbreak of diphthelTha which occurred
In the Raynham district to a batch of
school books that had not been disin-
fected after a similar epidemic about
six months previously.
ONE WEAK SPOT
Most Ocala People Have a Weak Part
and Too Often It's the Back


I'd never, no. mevr',
Permit M to be
uZposed to the do W
Austere ea lty.
uI rd an ssa
Quite safe from absa&-
I have no Ide.,
No what Is the usea



* of
1rn ut out dunk-
At y1l -


Od pip. my shes
And deght, .
Tour anetahot b .- -.
No moe re ll Ig.
Thefatt
No more wl aS e +
The chunse semlme
Of my fase.


The truth no meow
WmI I diiAss
I mustnt evn
Tell w We HM
But always sta
1% the eza st
And mm or ilMo
. Anho ig fst.
P be so soe"
Tee'4 mmr -g
Yours truly
The same *em e
Puffed up a bt,
a walk aboet
And watk or wsr
- qe~


'I


oWho was It that Val. Oh, t
so @8ge64 "?
"I beieve it waR Soe -6
when er stu
earm of uRuctive ftBI-1 C
"Oh. I thongtx I 0w
"Who 4du6you thtaktN 0
obs felow who tdtele Im
wagon the asecea day.


MI, Nt taWy ,


thing of that tr
"Not a thi",


Everyone has a weak spot "HOW jbtamy t -. e '
Too often it's a bad back. TeYr's y. '
Twinges follow every sudden twist. -
Dull aching keeps up day and night. S> .b'
Tells you the kidneys need help-
For backache is really kidney-ache. "Afitb a*, the VOW l I
A kidney cure is what you need. handy as a et SI A
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid- "Tem ht
Cure backache and all urinary ills. Ma w in a s aty ogas
Mrs. W. R. Pell, of Third St.. San- ___
ford, la.. says: "I am pleased to SIMPLE REMOMY POR S
commendd Doan's Kidney Pills taking .
In view what they have done for me. La grippe eghi are a ei. a as
I have suffered from h akartkhe a retreat t.. r .- mI m.-


THE LADIES OF I

and the Public in general M Y

invited to call at the GoceyD

meA,.of the H. B. Masts I

Today and Tomorrow, M

and 30th and see the


_fast at Tydings a Co.
a & W. L Martin, the ex-newspaper
Mr. C. 3 winste, after spending man of PrIe, has gome to La rel
the Sabbath In the city. w'et out to- Pla., where he emad .- arin
day to can on his t ,e. n.g.

Dr. Wlinam Andkesou has had a 1M C. AM M"o0re td 90~
new root pt on his residence on Port Mtis ', hla ret urne t,
, Kin avenue vis t to Plant City..
LOBT-A INoe maklUn t-mma T
I C. Davi A Co. of JaekT Mv loom: t orleft with amoa *w oa
W wi sell any make.ofe sio d i-hand o f6W r Mnk A.
typewriter *po easy term f itdesired uBailey, atKw rkK a a *het fe.
,w ward. S.-
lr. IRoom, Reatlta, who has been
at Dawi n Beach ftr the past week, ALow-Btwa the OblWsha 1-*
Watteading the automobte meet, re- and Siver Sprimg, .one .leaw aaa
trained home thiU aftermoo. He re- akin gNoe. Flader w e .eIrt
"saili over *ald JcksleAville. .to the Oklawaha hle a-Ad meashe o-


.ward. -t ,
Mr. and Mm. B. C. Camp ra.in Il
last niht roma a trip toa iaiIrl
and other petats
R Rev. W. C(elem"n .ads a .
Interesting and lantrctiw tal ast
evening to his ca.regatloa le bl U l
study And the wondtrful uew rI


Mr. J. J od was ia tw mlat
prdary and sa the itorm at vre4Mk
day moruang WSWthe ea8st he m f
saw and beat down the agotaales I *
- the Anthony neighbursod hedly.


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A
",A :. -+" -wa NeW a._FE,

aeat ehCoe ess MnowCo.
-.I ", C'ha. "t .o. I r a 1-1 e-. It "he .P' .. o- Be.






J -r w tof a bs. r le t o
*ishe Yblfto lb the city today. Augstne wheee h wIt En
& m" mite aft h ev ee ot Pr
'a.fnven .***.r .hn w ....




Laa rd' Hi JiUrnal for April Just
JIM *i *lid New&. Co.
.n-IN Oran today brot
up a ftul td t aseers. Our pom d paper tha bes e
MiV ever tad. NewI" lot jnt s. Cm
U- k Was CMBl Tomtc. GaraI- inland *a.t. Tae MTePOf Dn w
itoei. t inX &t. ldr y aBl 4rgt& store.
Mr. l k Cambchael was a business Mr. F. E. Harris left today for L
-vts er p armneavinle today. Augustine. where he will attend
meeting of the State Pois
f.tate CmO et ipetor John T. to .... -

"- A Theso e of wri at lit_-1k f_-*"
t*0 Mour. B-kXwa VW Wrll be sey to ll-ftUte e fs oam*^'
towa ta. -. iSued to he rooh m with an aelt aof








two paPes envelopperon to I fo 0S.
"t c o urti tb i c ut A turd geawelatUt P toriee i .a "h e .





to spend Sundavwh his wife. -J
.I;,a-h ....h Early Satr ay monnlt d er
)- PC.mgriptions flled a.uratelY snd Robert. hlasle and E wtA w
eC. 0b the neate toI Drugnneore. ef t In rIr new aall an or o .d-
*i o deri to brnL tler, No. atr Mr. R, th Wai
n street a -et-in

IMr. Harer BAax e o-Candler spent Anderson, and broLawthner, . nd d
y i O th friends deron, to Oela. The tripo the sl e






back wt made wbothct ai alv.e ad-
Mr. BrOest tf m went to ine Saturday o thlle Postice Dntar. -










adesMroon on busUesN for theo o Mai
Aer Bro'n. Oa-lann.. pot an wne n a""

twt w aeas eevoeopet to matmh for S.:
to spend Sundap woh hbi wife. .
Early Saturday morning M
Presorlotion filled accurately and Robert. Leslie and 3dward Auduws.
deltverPd by the Doatofe Drugstore, left in their neew Cadl-laI ear o 101-
-- der to bring their father. Mr. &L 1
Mr. Harry aW. iley ofCandler spent Anderson, and brother, ft-r. C. U A-
yesterday in Ocala with friends. person. to Ocala. The trip the" At ,
back was made without a ,ishap and
Now lethe time to plant your gar- they reached home In time s d-
&IL -Weohave all kinds of garden ner.
iseed or e1a Plantg 'Tydtng C
Rev. eoteolacclo went to Galneville---l a -
t afternoon on business for the h

G e l's Line Latwn. alpound and



t" "e oB fe topena to, match W. t r t


at the Pat 'f itom Drugstore






a' 'l t y w i0 t e r 1 1 ^ R ." C Do L Ie -. n t i c
Mr., W. Davis returned ss aft-la





"rno v0h t ;t ataer. s-D _.na-. a
It f your cW b new 4kcat. Aft





i. A w ll e -






We o Mr. T O. arae o n "



the m a s r to barien s y ptomrl t heSre. eswllt p*.' -
%Mt- e at; mMcIntoshhAtt4 1geet eyeshould berex-






bsine aminedto make sure there I no fault




l4*. ohy eaIter far C d ahors o ha3 st .a tho a ase ow at
ealt agfl tIC.O r s






Jim D. C. iydwar has returned p e of s Ito

tfomta vi to er da ter. Mrs. T.






4 S Mr. C. Ie lry ers of smai..triB.
erass barded by day or tenth at was I p today to eosa i Oer. M tan
th s eterary hospital ad frend od td e ri her retpet.a.i to miNr





, acoy tae. mother. Mrs. Nancy Wallha e, S ae ald
-st woman tn Marton 4or ty.

city sold ble ne drv. horse to J Mr. J. B. Thomas, one of the sat
D. -M5Du1y. peng ymun.C men ft Sparr, waas Ia town
this mornings. He said the late lettuce
One pJas oe paper and two *r-rks growers were doing splendly with
et ofvelope oery west rad4 car nbs their cropa.


of W Im~~Ala.. hw? *
,home S a duso..



aest oumbr: eftww.ft
.rt, b.te baInftftL her -


OcaDla bt hd o mw.bmi -
be expectedt 64"'1ten oh

this aftermesa for A'*ii'IWit oW
tend the S86"e Pres AsoiM~M
Blttluget wffl'laave mometbftj to sal
abmit the govrqamoat 13 teprntm
basluess.


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low. or Dockdn"L b"s
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ANNEXATION IS A DREAM
Opinion of Ex-Governor Magoon on
the Future Relations of Cuba to
the United States
Philadelphia, March 28.-With the
Hon. Aldredo Zayas. vice president of
Cuba,, as th principal speaker, the
American Academy of Political and
Social Science held a notable meeting
in Witherspoon Hall here last night
at which pas and present conditions
and the prospects for the future in
Cuba and the Philippines were dis-
cussed.
Former Governor Charles E. Ma-
goon of Cuba, under the second inter-
vention, was unable to attend the
meeting because of illness, but the
address he had prepared was read by
Dr. Rowe.
Mr. Magoon in his address said the
two questions most frequently heard
about Cuba were: Will the present
government of the Islflhtd continue to
be stable, and should the United
States annex Cuba?
The former governor said that he
had no hesitation in declaring that the
Cubans are capable of self-govern-
ment. On the question of annexation
the address says that the United
States will not and cannot annex
Cuba, except with the full consent of
the Cubans.
"I am glad to say," the former gov-
ernor concludes, "that the thought of
annexing the island of Cuba Is en-
tertained by but few Americans. It
will continue to be, an iridescent
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ROASTED ALIVE UNDER AUTO
Agonizing Death of Deputy Sheriff
Abrams Near West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach, March 28.-Dep-
uty Sheriff James R. Abrams was
burned to death and George C. Barco,
was seriously injured near Boynton,
at midnight. last night. when the
steering gear of Mr. Barco's machine
become unmanageable and the car
swayed out of the road and was up-
set.
An the machine turned over it
caught Abrams, Barco and Richard
Gardner under it. The gasoh ne tank
exploded covering Abrams and Barco
with burning fluid. Garner manag-
ed to extricate himself uninjured and
succeeded In getting Barco out. but
not until he had been seriously burn-
ed.
Coroner Rickets went down to the
scene and held an inquest, the verdict
being accidental death. Abrams' body
was brought here for buriaL.
ANOTHER BATTLE IN OKLAHOMA
Several Offiers Shot Down and the
Miitia Has Been Ordered Out
Oklahoma City, March 28.-In a
pitched battle at Hickory Ground last
night between a posse of five officers
and twenty Creek Indians of the Snake
clan, Officers Edward Baum. Herman
Odom and Frank Swift were killed.
Frank Jones and William Carr, other
shembers of the posse, escaped and
fled to the settlements where news of
the battle was telephoned to Sheriff
Odom, of McIntosh county.
At the request of Sheriff Odom,
Governor Haskell directed Adjutant
General Canton to assume charge of
the situation and to order the neces-
sary militia to the scene of last night's
battle at Hickory Ground between the
officers and Creek Indians.
ROGERS' LIVERWORT,
TAR AND CANCHALOGUA
For the complete cure of coughs,
colds, asthma and bronchitis and all
I ng complaints tending to consump-
tion Liverwort Tar and Wild Cherry
have for ages maintained an estab-
lisahed reputation as a standard pough
remedy. It contains no opltrn or
harmful drug. Can be given with
safety to children. Price $1. Sold by
druggIsts. Williams' Manufacturing
Co.. Prope. Cleveland. 0. Sold by the


ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION be FLORIDA ROCK COMPANY. sad
AND PROPOSED CHARTER OFP Its prine pal peoe of bumager ua
FLORIDA ROCK COMPANY le at Ocala. In MarM oem teI "
6- with branch otfces at sM 1ko i
The undersigned intending and pro- places as the board ot di ketors
posing to organize a corporation under may from time to tite deasie.
the general laws of the state of Plor- I
ida relating to corporations for profit, The geeal n atnry of the b eins
and the acts of the legislature amend- to be tranaacte.Lby the eorpaeatj e-il
atory thereto, hereby make and pub- to buy, own. ees. acquire lease, mort-
lish the following articles of incor- gage, and otherwise deal i in lda
portion and proposed charter, vis: timber, building stone. paving and
I Jetty rock, and such other property
The name of the corporation shall as may be incident to the emerald
-- _- character of Its bunema The core-
pni y will engage It general biuta
n u n m r of mlnalng, sell Mad ahppla uI-
Sin stone, paving ock apd Jetty reek
i i- n d phosphate rock- and ek ther
*valuable deposits. It wll engage nb
"I treda kinds oi Mofe uAmesir w ieb t the business of a general c teeti
do mea n1ygo4 o o* I have fed .* ttUh of ptuble works, road mad Aaeet bu-
r iast. My fees wrats fl o pl.. ea 4hflr
eads. After taking CaearethebWiafk j a ing. conLstructle of building -*
tetomyM.ads. I f eel wee iS i crete work, jetty wi kiajwa
momis.lg "*I hew.h ae asse I construction and bUidla. TMe oe-.
Fred4 C. Wines. Elm s. -8.iM .. . pany will alo own am pogan t, and
make contracts, for the ggot ft
boo For tramas, oi roads, leeber eMe6 rat
TheO railroa spM r treash not to be i-ta
commercial ratwa, sad attAt have
pw er to by., ateale, manste, own.
^and sell such propent* WMW bee m e-
cessary and incident to its Mrual
business of mining and seinig feek
^ qfor building purposes.. ang and
selling ptomphate, am d engagltg in
general scotracUtlgr llas.
Pleasat. Pala le. P0T1INWetee,ae ,
Never Mak. Wekem e. Theamount of Capital stock W*-
Sbud.to uearY erM Eir m iS thriMed is the sn at two ty thou.
terUagRemedyCe.,Chewge r .T. MIsand dollars, which wll be divided
AMimALSMLME. mim I into two hunWed lrs the9 w
,, value of one hundred dodan each, and
said capital stock shall be paiM M as
follows, to-wit: t per eat. of -aid
capital stock shal be paM t eash at
5IAMPU i rLA IK I9 the time of the organatemks f the
I innA i I compa after receIIig1 it chare m,
I i P- l I conveyance to te coema o a-
C_||||Um mpperty., the Just and true v.atna,
of which wi1 be equivalent to the -.
Smalnder of the capital atock t -"U


IV
K wJ rThe term for whicB the eobe'a"Uo
s hall ezst iw tweaty-Sv years.
---* The ofloen whe wlw et dnt the
business of the cmpemy wVl be A
uu president, vice president ad secretary
and trenarer, and a board af thres
directors, all ot whom shalla be electl-
at the fat annual meeting o the oar-
portleekta"r ynd ttasr t e,,
Co LCo^ d the names of the oteeB wt WV
Snduct the business of the ins
unti those eeet d at the fb t elsetla
U K shall bn be qmaliedi ma w. DMW.
president; W. A. MoeheM. YVit
Presdent; nd e. M. UvigutoUm, aOf-

kb1rfm cadwymapkdqM lMtNd l The highest amount of Indebted-,
Hpkasam ea.L ItaamW nesM or Habflity to which the Corpora-
tion can at any time subJect Itasef.
bwm 0u3. myl b/ 1111 win bet he amount of capftn etock of
iuIy a.lm ulbad the company authorlaed and Issued at
Mercalk Ibrig isaa m. any one time, and until the amount
of capital stock is changed, said
amount of indebtedness- or Habilty
shall be twenty thousand doDar.
VII
EVIDENC */ The names and residences of the
IS subscribers and. tie msNaMt Oe the
CONCLUSVE .T capital stock Mh d h e, are
as follows:
I. W. Ditto, As.:. h*Aag -
W. A. Moorbhmd, OedL., rh ares.
C.AM.LIvlngatoM.Oceal,1a,4 $0 MI
Witness the bea.& m. m etam'o
B^ ,,; incorporates thbl the Mth day lay
S March, e190.
A W. A. M a D.
Good, State --- of Florida,
il Co of Marlo
ReCOOued risa e arity. a ?t. rnw. W.a
LivIngu! san a W. A. Minhoip&-
ALLARD to me well knumm to be the eft
SNOW eackow the mmfs file
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