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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 30, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03128
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Volume 14, No. 260.


Me". In all accmbepti.cnbr~s ind
Men a or Wenner.' I, rLi kr Iik f-.
$2.00 to o-i d*X M i FS
Me.'s and Wom'n'. Pure 54'k Lu-l.
$3 00 1:- lxIz~' -I i'A;
Jest the kind yowme looking for.
~Are You OAnd

Agents in Ocala


Office Over Munroc & Chambliss'





Rooms 9. Io and Ii,
Second Floor, Holder Block.


Dental Surgeon
- e Over Cmerclal nsk
Phone 211
Offioo Hour--8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. m

Charles 0. Hulbert, M. D.
hmeepafl Physidan
and Surgeon
Office Second Floor The Munroe and
Chambllasu Bank Building. Ocala.
Telophonse: Office, S2:; Residence, 221
Office Hours
*-12 a. m.. 2-4 p. m.. 7:s0-2o 0 m


Plans furnished
on application.

P.O. ex 46.

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Opens into the lobby of the
Ocala Hlouse.
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with mdlern ap
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec-
tric fans. electric massages.
Eot Roiele Water at all Times

Contractor and Buldet.

Plans and Sperifications Furnished
Upon Request
129 Soth rIrd St.
Ocaao Fla. Phos 130


Best Quality
D...jmiAma L C



Sign the Pe

The folio
circulated a
natures. If
It. and if it
way to put



ltitiom to the Ieglatere
Cattig off Any of
the County.
wing petition is being
and receiving many sig-
it comes your way sign
doesn't, go out of your
name to it. If you are a

citizen of Marion and object to
having your taxes increased:
To the Members of the Legislature.
in Session, A. D. 1909, Tallahas-
see, Florida:
Gentlemen: Whereas. Sefiah So-
tives have nstigated a movement
for the purpose of forming a new
political subdivision in the state of
' Florida;. and
SWhereas. This- new political sub-
division is to be formed or created
by taking from or cutting off of the
oil established political subdivis-
ions of thia state; and
Whereas, It is the object of this
Movement to take considerable ter-
ritory from the county of Marion
anl place the same within the lim-
its of the Intended new political
subdivision, regardless of the will
and wishes of almost all of the tax
paying citizens of Marion county;
Whereas. the board of county
commissioners of Marion county,
Florida, at a regular meeting In
March. A. D. 1909. passed the fol-
lowing resolution: "Whereas, It
has come to the attention of this
board that there is a petition being
circulated for signers, looking for-
ward to cutting off a portion of Ma-
rion county, and adding it to a new
county, at the meeting of the legis-
lature in April;
"'Therefore. Be it resolved, by
this board, that we are opposed to
the project. deeming it unwise and
unnecessary from every standpoint
of reason;
"Therefore, We feel constrained
to ask our state senator and county
representatives to use, In the eom-
ing legislature, all possible means
to defeat any effort to change the
boundary line of Marion county."
Whereas. We heartily endorse the
foregoing resolution passed by 'he
board of county commissioners of
Marion county, Florida, in opposi-
tion to the project, deeming it un-
wise and unnecessary from every
standpoint or reason, and request-
ing our state senator and county
representatives to use every possi-
ble means to defeat this movement.
Therefore, Be it resolved, by the
taxpaying citizens of Marion county,
Florida, who reside outside the ter-
ritory proposed to be cut off from
Marion county, and placed within
the limits of the intended new po-
litical subdivision, whose names are
hereto subscribed. That we are em-
phatically opposed to the cutting off
of any portion of Marion county,
Florida, for the purpose of forming
or creating a new couaty, and we
deem such action premature, inex-
pedient. noa-progressive, unwise,
unreasonable and very unfair to the
tax payers who reside in that por-
tion of the territory proposed to be
severed from Marion county; and
Therefore, earnestly request our
state senator and county represea-
tatives to use all diligence and every
possible means, honorable and be-
coming, during the next session of
the Florida legislature, to defeat any
movement or effort in any way to
change the boundary lines of Mar-
Ion county.


Did you ever stop to think that there are a very few vacant reel-
deace lots in Ocala that are desirably located, that are for sale. WelB,
this is very much the case. The following short list comprises mere
than half of all the desirable lots in the best part of the eastern halt o
town that are for sale. At the rate the city is building, most of their
il be bought and will have homes built on them before two more
years are passed. If you are thinking of building a home to live ia or
a house to rent as an investment and want to locate in the best part
of town, where, after you have put your money into it, the property
is not depreciated by reason of a poor or undesirable "location, then
"look into these properties. They are all well located, choice building
lots, for residence purposes. In a little while, it will be to late, and
If you build you will have to locate your house where you may regret
N. 1-One splendid corner lot on Oklawaha avenue, froeating M Stanl
diahs,. In Oklawaha Park, 7fx114 feet, street on two alley
os bak. Price ... .... ... ..... . .. . .. ... ... 4 ,
No. 2-One good lot on Earl street north of W. W. Condon's and 1 south
of Condon's on same street, 75x115 feet each. Price .. .jS.Oe
No. S-Splendid building lot on Oklawaha avenue. in Oklawalha Park,
fronting the Episcopal rectory. 72x114, alley in rear of lt. Price.
on terms ...... ............................ ..s 0
No. 4---One nice lot in Oklawaha Park. facing south, on postofftle street,
very centrally located, back of Sol. Benjamin's house, 90x130, with
alley in rear of lot. Price.......... ...... ...... .. .$0.
No. -Three lots adjoining the above' 72x130, alley in rear, central
locatiOn. On terms, price, each ................. ...... .700.00
No. 6-One corner lot adjoining above. 72x130 feet, alley in rear. nice-
ly located, street on two sides. On terms, price .... ...$00I
No. 7--One splendid corner lot on Oklawaha ave., fronting esidesaee
of Mr. L. Horne, part of Benjamin lands. 77xi14 feet. Price
cauh. ...... ...... . . . .... ...... ...... ....... o7004
No. 8--One lot adjoining above on Oklawaha avenue, 77xl14 feet.
Cash ...... ...... ..... ...... .. .. ..... .......e .
No. 9--Corner lot adjoining above and fronting Mrs. Badger's resi-
dence, Oklawaha avenue, 77x114 feet. Cash ..... .-._ 0.00$
No. 10-One nice corner lot on Oklawaha avenue, fronting Mrs. Bad-
ger's residence, 110x114 feet. Cash .......... .......$7.00
No. It-Two good lots 75x110 feet each on Ray street, rear of D. &
Wobdrow's residence. Cash, each. ..... .... ....... ...9
No. 12-Two good lots. 75x115 feet, fronting above on Ray street,
Each ........................................... .S



IS--Two good lots front of Jake Brown's residence, on Tuscawilla
and East Adams streets; has good well and new fence, 65x117
each. Price $400 each, or for the two ...... .......... .700
14-Good corner lot in Oak Park, fronting residence of W. H.
Clark on East Adams street. Price ................ MS

No. 15-Six nice lots near In, all fenced, suitable to build cottages on
to rent. Price for all .... ...... ...... .... $780,00
No. 1--Two splendid lots on South Third street, near water tower,
65x21 feet. Price, each.. ............ ..... ... ... a00.00
No. 17--One lot adjoining above same size. etc. Price ..... .50.$M 00
This property is splendid location, high elevation, etc. The total
frontage, 195x231 feet can be had for .......... $00.00


Real Estate and Fire

A Ma7yland Nare Paid a Heavy
Price for Her KiEadessi
Cumberland, Md., March 30.-
Having become Infected from a kiss
bestowed by request on a patient


Another South Niter Courts a Little 18 FRESH MILK IN PnWDER FORM
Unenviable Notoriety
Washington. March so.--Represen-
tative Bennett, of New York, has of- The Mistur in Cow's Milk is Water
fired a bill for the amendment of the
'.portionment act of the Flifty-sixth Tis water is eaporatd and the white
(0ngres. reducing representation of
the states which deny to the negro W TRUMILK--temain.
citizens the right of franchise. -
Bennett's bill gives Alabama five To file the TIRUMILK powder into
instead of nine representatives; Ar- liqul milk yeou add the water that
kansas. five Instead of seven; Florida, ha bee.n taken out.
two instead of three; Louisana. tour -
irnstrad of seven: Georgia, 9lx Instead There Are no Prservativ or Adul-
of eleven; Mhiaisilppl. three Instead terats na TRUMILK
of eight; North Carolina, seven In- __
stead of ten; Texas, thirteen, Instead TRUMILK is oeoo*srilizd so
of sixteen, and Virginia, seven instead all 4agr of diseaseeIm is avoid-
of ten. ad.anr f e is avoi

On a lonely night Alex. Benton, of
Fort Edward. N. T, climbed Bald
mountain to the*Iomne of a neighbor.
tortured by asthma, bent on hearing
him with Dr. King's New Discovery.
thet had cured himself of asthma.
This wonderful medicine -soon relIev-
ed and quickly are d his neighbor.
Later It cured his son's wife of a se-
vere lung trouble. MIlMUom believe Its
the greatest throat and lung cure on
earth. Coughs, colds, crpom, hem-
orrhages and sore lungs are surely
cured by it. Best for hay fever, grip
and whooping cough, sae. and tL
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all

TRUMILK may be used wherever
fresh milk is used-for the table and
for seeking. _
TRUMILK Sells for 16 Cents a Tin or
Two Tins for 25 Cents

on IS



Iointezina Barbershop

In Ce -otioe With the etel Offieo

Skilld workmen and courteous at-
t-t*a ntA *II IL gueel *tln to



And AR Amwrca a-, h Yu.
the WVmesof the Angle, Is

Ashev4e, N. C., Maal .- 3 -T"&
the whole of the Aferian i
will WestMauy beeae a me, ea
reublic wder the rveMtl
what is nMw the ialtod
tk Ifdledntl mae O fmeCr oyr.
Folk In convention here yesterday.
Gov. Polk declared that a elh a
between the Unlted States and Can- .T ,
ada is inevitable, and that it- will
come in the no distant future is his
belief. The great influx of Am"eri-
cams into the graita eld aed lumber
region of athwet Caa, eachT
C tarrylag with bliut his 1*ra
Seglaace to the United States Is the
leaven, which he thinks eventually
most develop the clash between the
United States and her slater coz-
try oa the north.
The ltuation in Meso ..
food for serlous th6egbt. e a._4- /. .-1-*
- fitted. The natural atao m of
the Mexicans to the America =E-L
lug interests l that o ry, which
has been kept under by PredWitt'
Diax, he thinks, will beak ot -
afresh at the death of the Mextea
Outraged Imiesenoe of So Thieves r f lf
m. Farmiseo is a Mvla uIWmg r Hl!I

San Francisco, Cal. March 20.-It
Is the general opinion that a out- te o as B
break Is imminent hwer as a result of --
the arrest of Ruers followers and the f i f-B
securing of valuable papers by the of- -- r.-._S.
flee of the district attorney. Nine I i N d f
prisoners were arraigned yesterday
afternoon and were represented by Wh. f ",: k '1
prominent attorneys Identified with
every turn of the graft cases. The se Abe Wron
will ask Judge Murossky to pnaish
the raiders who at the direction of ---r l
District Attorney Langdon, raided .
Patrick Calhoun's safe, as Lanxdon '
claimed, to restore evidence which
had been stolen from his office. Cal- ik yWI ,.
hbon's attprmeys claim that the raid..
was made to find some telegrams
which langdon claims Calhoun sent
here while in New York Itructing l
4he agents of the agent of the Unit- "
ed Railways to bribe the city official.
The demand for that wonderful
stomach, liver and kidney cure. Dr.
Kini's New Life Pills-4s astomedinag,
say all the druggists; that they never
saw the like. Its because they never
fall to cure sour stomach, constipa-
tIon, Indigestion. biliousness, Jaundice, t
sick headache, ehis and malaria.
Only 2. PFor sale by all diiag ists
Gainesville, Fla.. March 30.-R. H. ttt

Owen, a white man ebar&ge withn e
killing of R. I Smith at Joesavlle.
last January, has been found guilty
of murder in the first degree, with no
recommendation to mercy, in the cir-

Scult court. A
lying of blood poisoning, Miss Mar- A RIoua Auther's Statemnt
ion C. Spier, a trained nurse, died Thi% 1 .
here last bght. Miss Spier nursed Rev. Joseph ELH. esperman. Salts
Mrs. Virginla Carder, wife of Dr. G. burt, N. C., who Is the author ofr se r-
L. Carder, a prominent society wo- eral books, writes: "For several years I g
man, at the Allegheny hospital and I was afflicted wttkr d4my trouble
was so kind to the sick woman that and last winter I was suddenly strsW~- 0 B
the latter asked her to kJit her as' with a severe ae la n y MGatd s i .
she was dying. The request was aA. was comieand to bed eightt d 0
granted and in a few days Miss--aUe to get up t "sssl -t.
Spier was stricken with the same My wrbti contaft d a tt.k .wbtis
malady. I t aad I passed e f .
THINKS HE'S CHARLIE R088 s Kidney Remedy, aed.the pa
gradually abated *Ad nally seft s ..
Startling Statement of a Brakeman on and my urine became noeral. I cheer '
the Lake Erie Railroad fully recommend Fl's Kidney m-, ..
Pittsburg, March S0-William Brant ody*. Sold by al &deble .
Eyester of McKees Rocks, a suburb,
formerly a coal miner at Shamokin.
now a brakeman on the Pittaburg and
Lake Erie Railroad, stated last night
to the Associated Press that he be- rr '
lieves he is the Charlie Ross, kid- S JOSE PH S
napped from Germantown. PLh. thirty-
five years ago and never recovered. &
He said he learned early In life that .- "
he was not the child of his supposed
parents and that many thiO they
did led him to believe that he was M &
Charlie Ros. He said be talle In
Charlie, even to moles On his body. r-U. .
Memories of his early home, he said, A86W .Prwf.i t
agree with descriptions of the Roes A A AVt
home. as foster parents, who lived
at Shamokin, are dead. I 11 ,
THE ROAD TO SUCCESS .- . .. '-, ,

has many obatructtonM, hbt none ao
desperate as poor health. Success to-
day demands health, but Electrfe Bit-
ters Is the greatest health builder the
word has ever known. It compee
perrfet action of stomach, liver. kid-
neys, bowels, purifies sad enriches the
blood, and tones and Invigorates the
whole system. Vigorous body and
keen brain follow their use. TYo
can't afford to slight Electric Bitten
If weak, run-down or sickly. Only
50. Guaranteed by all druggists.
Mrs. Mary Farmer Paid the Highest
Pealty for Crime a .1L

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At the rate Ocala is bulldin there
.will not b- a single vacdat residence
lot on the market In a few yerM.
There are comparatively very few
now for sale that are really desirable.
Look over the town and see how small
the space that Is not built on or own-
ed by part les who will not sell at any-
thing like a reasonable figure and yoi
will be surprised. Those who have
lots are building on them. More houses
have been built In Ocala in the past
two years than for the ten years pre-
vious. The building boom has Just%
well started. Later on the city limits,
will have to be extended on the east
side of town. where the best and most
modern part of the city I growing up.
Most of the few desirable lots remaln-
ing are In the hands of private par'-
ties who expect to build either houes
on them or houses ftor rent at a near
date. If you expect to build, look Into
the few good lots that are offered be-
fore they are gone. A real estate man
prepared a list for the printers and
before It was delivered three of the
best lots were sold. Good lots on
which to build fairly aloSe in will be
at a premium soon and it will take a
good. tiff price to get them.

They do say that a Tampa pastor
preached an eloquent sermon on the
flood Sunday night, aod the next
morning a reporter, who had been at
the church during the sermon. entered
the office of the paper on which he
worked, sat down at his desk with an
air of immense importance, and com-
menced to write in the business-like
manner of one who has secured an
Unparalleled scoop. The editor of the
paper happened tp look GVer hi
shoulder and was' *qhfIl-pSaled by
the glaring head of iW afticle.
Terrible Fleood in .the Vieinity of
Ararat An Entire World in Sek
But Captain Neah Brimg Hie Craft
Safely hin" Port
"What are you writing about," said
the editor.
"Oh." said the reporter, "its the
greatest ever. Nothing else like It.
Got the whole thing right off the bat."
"But, see here." said the editor, "It
all happened over four thousand years
"Gee!" said the reporter, "is that
so? And to think I never heard of It
until last night."

There is a little boy In Ocala, or
some other town, whose regret that
Christmas does not come oftener
found an unusual expression recently.
Having a hankering after some pres-
ents. he asked his mother 'when Christ-
mas would come again and we quite
doleful to be told. It was several
months off.
"Mamma, what makes Christmas?"
he wanted to know.
"Why. my dear, its Christ's birth-
day." she replied.
He studied a mIfbutt 61r two until
the full meaning of .the statement
percolated through his Infantile brain.
Then he said:
'Mamma, Its to0 bad God didn't
have but one little boy."

Mr. Settles, the young editor "of the
South Jacksonville News, regale. his
readers with the statement that be
has never been in l' bint"smBe and
never taken a drl,, rWe mmae rry
when we think o,4h, .hw eadIeo he
will have some mornlnn.

Smart sayings are seldom, but they
are made once in awhile, and the
bright little Ocala lady Who told her
husband he was too crooked to hide
behind a corkscrew is esttled to at
least a small corner in the Hall of
Col. William Henry Tippets, a pinm-
Inent citizen of St. PetesbWr, died
at his home In that city Monday, aged
59 years.

Mr. William Harmon. wbho' has been
visiting his daughter. Mrs. James
Gates and family for several weeks,
left yesterday for his bn In Lans-
Ing. Mich. In Jacksoqvlles Mr. Har-
mon will be Joined by his son and
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Harmon. of Lima, Ohio, who, since
their visit to Ocala two .weeks ago,
have been to Cuba and all Interesting
points of the east coew.

Dr. J. M. Merchantrho spends ims
winters at Bellevlew, left today for
his home at Warren. 3. L -Dr. Merch-
ant. though retired, stands at th head
of his professionin his. state. rring
his winter at Belleview he has made
several visits to Ocala.


Moving Pictures

and Music

SBast U h iu

Repertod that a Crasy I a6i84 Maee
an Atftefpt on the Life of the

London. March --The Dally Mafl's
Horta coepodent says Reports
are current, and I repeat them with
meWe*, that an attempt was made on
the life of ex-Presdent Roosevelt."
New York March M.--Glueppl'
Tostl. a steerage passenger on the
Hamburg. is the man who threatened
Rooeevelt, according to dispatches
from Horta. to the Wotid. The Inci-
dent happened soon after the steamer
was loqie< sight of America. Tostl
broke f-m his companions and start-
ed qrf the upper deck, where toose-
vet w as standing. "He let them take
away my child." Tosti is said to have
shouted in English. "Now he win
`-ay for it" Tosti was sensed by the
a-ptaLn, Who ordered him placed in
VnmL.,The man refused to eat for
four 4 crying "Roosevelt is trying
to poldn me." The shblp's doctor has
to taste all his food before he will eat.


Peetmater at Mtlntesh Made an
SAttempt to End His Life
Last Night
Poestmaster Drey, of Medntah.
early last evening attempted to end
his own life by shooting himself in
the stomach and then cutting his
throat. At first it was thought he had
been murdered and Sheriff Galloway
ias. telegraphed for, being told to
come to Mclntosh and bring blood-
hounds, Soon after this message was
received, another one came, stating
that a note written by Mr. Dorsey to
his wife had been found, In which he
stated he intended to tae his own life.
tater in the night Mr. Dorsey regain-
ed consciousness and claimed that he
was attacked by masked men. Very
little credence is given this state-
ment, however. It is supposed that
Mr. Dorseys attempt to end his life
was caused by -worry over affairs in
the postofflce. He was still alive this
afternoon, but nothing definite could
be learned here.

Hie Capture at Daybreak was Ex-
posted Last Night
Oklahoma City, March 29.-Chltti
HarJo, (Crazy Snake) was surround-
ed at midnight In the north Canadian
bottoms near Pierce. Three hundred
militiamen, cowboys and deputies are
closing .in on him, and his capture Is
expected at daybreak.
A detachment of Crazy Snake's band
of belligerent Indians was surrounded
by deputy sheriffs this afternoon near
Crazy Snake's home and a lively bat-
tle resulted. Mote than 200 Shots
were fired and one Indian was killed,
eight captured and the remainder fled
with the deputies in pursuit.
Crazy Snake's band apparently has
broken up into numerous small groups
and it seemed at nightall that each
was trying to accomplish Its own es-
cape without regard for the grand
dreams of the chieftain, to realise
which they were called together Sun-
day by signal fires.
The Indian killed by the possee was
the only fatality today reported by
Captain Hoffman.

State of Ohio. City of Toledo,
Lucas County as.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the Arm of F.
J. Cheney & Co, doing business In the
city of Toledo, county and state afore-
said4, and that said firm will pear the
for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hairs Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De-
cember, A. DI. 18.
A. W. Gleason Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure tIs taken Inter-
nally., and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for teetlmonfals free.
F. J. Cheney A Co, Toledo, 0
.Sold by all druggists, sc. Take
-ras Iamlmy PUts for constipaton.


SprinhWgfid, 0, March 8.--With the
beiest vote In local history Clark
comty yesterday -voted dry by eleven
majority In the local option election.
The total vote cast In the county was
17,3UL The election affects 97 sa-
loons is the county and three brewer-

The merits f the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidey, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. 1 bottle two
mntuah eatm st W & by druggists
or by 0l4 ei W t estimonal. Dr.
IL W. Hal, B*6C Olive street, SL
Lasis, Missouri.

I receive every day f tnm Crystal
River choice oysters both inside and
Gulf oyster salt and fresh water fish
aWd mullet. I can give you the best
in Ish any oystets, fresh and prompt-
ly de41vrered. Phone 219 dtcy market;
second stall on the lest. l-3-tf

Ten years einerience. References.
&ay m-u teaedor in Ocanmany
hde m n110jaekwonvifls. These
8. A. MI td city. 14-tt
Few seoAnd-hand& four-bomse tux-

Wednesday and Thurda


Is Demonstration Day for

the National Biscuit Co at

our store You are invited;

don't fail to come; there is a

Treat waiting for you.

Thursday afternoon from 8

to 6 o'clock. We will assist

the National Biscuit Co's.

lady. Tell your neighbors

and friends that they are

all invited.

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Ocala, Florida

The Loo.metive Broke All Records, Rejected Affection Crazed John Col-
But the Pale Horse was Swifter lines, a Prominent Citizen of
Than the Engine Denver, Colo.
Chicago, Marcb SO.-Frank Vander- Denver. March 30.--Anfattempt at
lip, president of the National City murder and the suicide of Jqhn Col-
Babk. New York. broke all American lins. a prominent man of this city, and
railroad records, in an effort to reach well known throughout the state, stir-
the bedside of his mother here in a i red Denver yesterday. Collins shot and
losing race with death by 28 minutes.1 fatally wounded Miss Sarah Nichols,
his mother dying before the train ar-, of whom he was enamored, and then
rived. The special left New York at: turned the gun on himself and blew
midnight. over the New York Central out his brains. Collins is father of
and made the run to Englewood, a Miss Jennie McDonald. wife of for-
suburb of Chicago, 956 miles. In 898 mer Governor McDonald.
minutes, including stops to change.

Geneva, March 20.-Switzerland has
declared war on "cartwheel" milliner.
The big hat which has lately had sd
much vogue among the women of all
nations are to be classed as bicycle
wheels on the *wiss State Railways,
and will have to be conveyed in the
luggage vans.
The official notice is said to read as
follows: "Ladies' hats more than 31%
inches In diameter will, according to
articles 117 of the-railway tariff adopt-
ed in February, 1906. henceforth be
regarded as wheels. Any lady wear-
ing a hat of larger diameter who de-
sires to travel by a Swiss passenger
train, must either ride in the luggage
van or deposit her hat with the lug-
gage guard and enter the passenger
carriage bareheaded."



Havana, March 20.-Two piers of
the Havana Central railrOad in the
upper part of the harbor were totally
destroyed by an incendiary fire yes-
terday.. Total damage done is esti-
mated at a million dollars covered
by Insurance. A number of lighters
loaded with sugar were tying at the
piers when the fire broke out. They
were cut loose and blown to sea,
threatening destruction to steamers
and other craft In the harbor. The
Hamburg-American Line steamer Al-
teuburg. which was lying at the sec-
ond pier, was unable to get away. She
was damaged $30,000. There was no
loss of life but several firemen were

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
Graiinns, gilding hard oell fnishing.
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Write a card, care Camp Phosphate
Company, or leave word at the Star
office. I. W. FUlyaw. Ocala, Fla. tf
The largest line and the most up-
to-date new poet cards in the city are
now on display at Weihe's. the Jewel-
Ladles' Home Journal. American,
McClure. LUppincott, Pearsons, Bo-
bemlan, Outing, Scribners, Century.
Harper's Monthly. Harper's Bazar and
Ptctral Review magazines for April
Just In a the Ocala News Co.

Thirty benches 10 feet long and 25
chairs tfor sale cheap. Apply at the
Orpheumn Theater or to Mr. Hall at
the Campbell House.
We have a large supply of fresh.
gumranteed -ln. cantaloupe and gar-
den sees all kinds for the Spring
planting. See us before buying your
iMADbw I'vem and Ca.

I have opened a store between the
laundry and market, where I will buy
and sell all kinds of "Junk" such as
old metal, bones, hides, bagging, tal-
low, barrels, rubber, etc, etc. I will
also buy and sell second-hand fur-
nituri and repair furniture, stoves,
etc. An experienced man with all
tools and facllitle for doing repair
work will be In charge of the repair
department and satisfaction is guar-
anteed. See me It you have anything
to sell or repair. K J. Decker.
S tr-it Phonoe 24L.


Quick! 'Mr. Druggist-Quick!--a
box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve--heie's
a quarter-for the love of Moses, hur-
ry! Baby's burned himself terribly-
Johnnie cut his foot with the axe-
Mamie's scalded-Pa can't walk from
piles-Billle has boils-and my corns
ache. She got It ltd soon cured all
the family. Its the greatest healer on
earth. Sold by all druggists.

One of the grelftt't conveniences
about the house is one of those Amer-
ican Electric Smoothing Irons. Heat-
ed hi a minute, an evep temperature,
never soiled or smoked. Get your wife,
mother or sister oxe ot them. Two
sizes and prizes. Ask H. W. Tker &m to you. U


Any one desiring good storage
ooms can find same In the third floor
3f the Star building.


A few more horses for sale by the
Tompldkins, Cobb Company, which wIll
be closed out at figures that wll com-
pel buyers to take note of the fact
STompkins. Cobb & Company.

A portion of a dairy herd consisting
of a good bull and several elets,
yearlings and calves. A bargain If
sold at once. See or write. J. H. Brn-
son. 3--d4twlt

Pittsburg. March SO.-"Not every
person has the honor of 'being bitten
by a dog having bridge wok and gold
teeth." said Alderman Means to Mar-
tin Griese, twelve, years old. who to-
day preferred information against Dr.
P. H. Murphy. a dentist of Penn av-
enue, charging him with keeping fe-
rocious dogs. Dr. Murphy was held
for court in $300 biL The dog hal a
number of gold teeth in the froat eof
his mouth, and these teeth are bridge
FOR SALE-Orange grove at Soth
Lake Weir, now In full bloom. Tow
choice of a 5, I or 1l-aere grove at a
bargain for the next ew days. Came
see me at once. W.. W. Wilson ih
Lake Weir. 3-It-ft
"My theme yer eold boy was badly
constipated, a high fever and was
In an awful conditionL I gave Mm
two doses of Fley's Orlno Laxative
and the next morning the fever was
gone and* he was entirely well. Phs-
ley's Orino Laxative saved his life.

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Wifet d CCM saie "to Carry
Out eieid P"t

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atfocirn double ierdw was01111110
ted In Autrim "eftyM inst wh mf
the wif1 and i atCe aMetf Ga
Hegbr, -a& bmser, wne lie bh
desatb with m axe. Ther
boomim we0, f-nain bed at the -mp..
Sw m s by h n A VON
tido=& am" B 10 nthbom" =b
father, hblo In the weed. e Me

killed bis wItfe aad chIL ds aM -he
and his wit talked all n tft abut
how nice It woulM he r the thine e
them to die together. F ially. a m-
Ing to Hopter's story. It waes ree
between them that be soulMd kl thm
With a stick of wood be hber
beat his wife and baby over tr
heads until they were dead. B He
chopped their heads o with am am
When he saw them d@ed, be says te7
he lit his courage ad m meiead eo
killing himse f, fled into the wedsf
The authorities think Hopter Is de-

Peaceful Metheod Have Tamken te
Plos of the Strnmes a"%=
Washington, March Xe.-Altho"*
the Taft si tkrt is n s e a m
month old, its startling tmasb to
the Rooseevelt regime am aee
sticking out like bum u a' ha:.
In everything President Taft d ,
whether in the lmne of work or ly
politics or religion, exerclse eof brtA
or exercise of body, be Is the abe-
lute antithesis of the man who is l"w
on the high seas bound for the Dtk
Continent. The very trip Mr. Roose-
velt is taking Is typical of the dON-
ences between the two men. Net by
the wildest stretch of l ala
could any one conceive ef Preej at
Taft forsaking the comforts oftcwvi-
sation for an invasion of the Arema
Jungle. Moreover, it is doubtfl tf
Mr. Taft ever killed a llvnt erestt.
knowingly; certainly he ha e*t hat-
ed for yearns, mad If he ladal f
squirrel shooting or murat tap-
ping In his younger days, his eldet
friends have forgotten the fct.
The Roosevelt household n mwere
scarcely out of the White Uoune be-
fore the attaches of the etabllhduet
realized that the "old home isat M
It. uus to be." The blue-coated peos
officers at the front door of the nm
sao disappeared and two tall. ehoco-
late-colored negro btlers, with white
shirt bosoms and gray ests, took
their places. The white ma at the
door of the secretary to the prneeldent
also vanished to make way for a al-
ored man. The stable homlag the
Jumpers, pacers and gallspers provid-
ed for President Boeesevelt's use, was
transformed Into a, garse" and tw
magnificent automobiles replaced the
carriages that had eoveeyed the White
House family from pame to plae
about the capital. PreideM Roosevelt
never acquired a lidag for devi-
wagons; President Taft fell In osve
with them on the first whirl-
From the first day of the afmina-
tratlon the manner of handailg visi-
tors at the White Houme underwent a
change. The strenuous gave way to
the-.peaceful. Roosevelt sht his ha-
shakers through at the rate of ffty
a minute. Taft, whoen rueh d 4te
poses of twenty to twenty-five. T
hurry his business visitors out, Bmooe-
velt would Invite half a doea sssen-
ators or congressmen into his office.
aad, in a loud voice, would dlecuees
the matter of appointing this that
eman to this or that Job. The ais-
m- who had expected to bttoehboe
the piesident In a corner ama ,Ju5
off something on the qu"et" were isat
to get through the conuvrsatee i- a]
jiffy for every other man in the we
wts sure to get^ out aad tell abeut IL
hids expedited things wepdsrfty,
but it hurt the dignity of the -
makers. That's one emasn why. s
many senators and repressafattve
carried paving blocks I their pockets
for Mr. Roseevelt


Mothers who vales thokin esoss-MH
t.Lt and t1s welm e/rms- J~.
should sarhm Bow sut "' hZr of
semThey bren k l iI -- b Wj

bk&s Thonse- neveM~fal:
br alln mustwim26 r. D- t ae
any submstiute AAtrd lmuew
be amt fmetoimy ma hr wig
-address tAls 5 CA %d Luetp. N.

Mt Joe FPrt bha iee etse udk
for the pat wee Dr. Week the at-
tendi alhydewla, we lm. h pro-
nounced the case apgis. We
wish hbe a speedy esowry
Dr. 0. W. Weod attar a few dam
skass with maiwli fver Is ub
en his feet w am glad to eIat.
Mr. and Mrs. am aner had the
misrtume to loe ma &bnt a birth
Friday night The metihr, we are
plsa od to say, is dof aan weU 'as
Commd 'be 135 do I
We are pained to chrmile the 1'-
nef -U t MY& A. M. 3 Se has
bem qate sicdek tor ~ a we, o b
Is eupposed tobe bhepteeM ad w
stemely ho- wM s.. .e la A
ejomnt of health.
Our lecad bhy; w ave a f
dshw a wee kow* ands&- ma

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and the Publc inr gesto is aI ... -v

invited to call at the Grocery Depat-

ment of the H. B. Masters Sto e ..w. n a de .
r 4-- t -AWIn at th Ocala Newo Co.
Today and Tomorrow, ch29th I ,1 a _a = .of ayton&. is re-
i tered at the Meate-i w.
a ind 30th and see the danMstratuM Nanr.s flne canes fre every
Ssweek at the Postotfiee DrUgtore.

of the National Biscuit Companys Mr. M eJ.yI uN e postmaster at
oft he NatSm=erfild, was In town today.
products, presided over by MineawEo*ss i J* for Apri lJut

teed. Price 25. Sold ty all drluggists.
Pbose or send your prescriptgns to
________ the Court Pharmacy.
FOR SALa-A ane Webber piano.
..* Abe Brown. Omirn. 2-3t-t
Marion Ralty pany -'T T2
471(11 1y the a. Drugstore.
A. rnAjrnf i -Mrm. P. V. Lelvengood went over to
~A in- Utw. Auuqmtole today to attend the

"* o s the tr me to plant your ar-t
e. W o art kind of garde

E hit Room House, remodeled and all latest and se^tor taE planting. Tydings & Ce
improvements put in, good terms, Price 9 *f'. waiter Ray oi Martel passed
Sthrugh Ocala o his way to Jack-
Five Room Cottage located in best section of city with .onvme today.
all improvements and large yard 1 M. sL. awn. one pound and
good terms, price--------- ..... twoac envelopes to match for We.
,--. Im'"st -TPostofce Drugstore.
Large Lot 110 x 200 feet located on ll
O(klawahiavenue, prim...........D-. H.Pettys and W. B. Cameron,
Osklawaha avenue, price........... h. were registered at the
ma, lams night b
Small Cottage. lorted near Public School t i T 6"i
building, price -l w ........ nd us your psiptlon business.
u ......... ....... We are thoroughly prepared to handle
SIt. Tydinga & Co.
C4 tS f Mr. Arch Mclntosh has returned r ... ..from Irvine, where he spent last week
M st be Sold Today the guest of Dr. J. W. Davis.
Must be Sold Today *" I J w
sHa" you aen tell new visible Fy-
holes typewriter? I. C. Davis & 1.

Wanted Houses to Rent ,.
home at L Age today after a delight-
Wan t Hadl You Real &t a[T_ , hful weeks visilt to Mrs. George Closhe.
Want to Handle Your Real Estatose $
.. --- FOR SALE-Chufa seed $8 per
Look after and Collect your Rest bushel. Apply to J. B. Hall. Orange
SprinB. Pla. 24. .
Look ~t~M and r. collect ynd Mn .ent rank are
Wanted Some Small Tenement H0ouses now -teI- the Yt
Cottage on Oayinia avenue.,
WMted t. C. Davis & Co of Jacksonville.
handle ai t-gewriter rlibbon. :1TU.
eanlch.: v tb. 13.n. .-
S~rs T. E. Bridges and Mrs. A. W.
Bridges have returned from their
To Invest at Good Pereat. st to Jasoville.
m-ots boarded by .day or month at
G 0rrad veterinary hospital and
Your o f buins A f In o* prescription department, we
Your orders for business statiomery. offer you t pgomptness and effic-
Bblank books for your new year ac- lency. TH&CUart Pharmacy.'

there s no place in topn o percteelaopsa, ye..belt gre, forT
equipped to supp your wa.ts and at .' St e .
prices that csanot bi duplicated Is R. C. Davts a Vo off ac4soulla
the Ocala News Co. CGive u your or* Will. *ll aMp male of .ecoahasd
der and we will give you perfect sauts- tyPewiter upe easy terms it desired
faction in return. FOR R3NT-A four-room cottage,
Ocala Co careened w. d "w city water," on
l Ocala News o south S"C..4 street Applv to Dr.

_-...- -..--.. .--. ... .. ... - Miss Sea Austia, with her school-
mate. Mi Loras Write, will spend the

Master boelays at home. much to the
delight of the young society set.
SoleyWs HSoey and Tar cures coughs
quickly, streugthens the lungs and
expels eolds. Get the genuine In a
yellow package Sold by all druggists
KM&.pRevxe Todd who has been hav-
Slgx hMih fvern for a week, continues
qp t .str,01mek-to the sorrow of her

S^* &I SA&a- An offee desk, on
m"aD e e Smith Premier
... .S Cheap for cash. Apply to

Dr. .. -. Clark of Daytonr. was
b to*WW to.y, cosulting with Dr.
Soew sR* s of the State Op
"t C. r. Eruger, the Ttaes-Unlon's
|terpfllag and popular young repre-
statetKe went up to Jacksonville for
a hft" la Mt today.
Everett Piano ,- __ .,
4he Ui^j Bsetk Davib the oldest
S-a- r E Mr. and MrS. Dh Da-
Isaqdmiu va. l1asueIs",d pretty mavitay -
i ay J, of triends to cometo ome her
a-eigf yeay Waadeiay afternoon.
YoUC c Way Ji...t.w .S the O Tawsaa Inn
accracyv te.ageftjlBal i a e aMa closer ooe saacw seb osse
Md % al -V A1* 1r wi please return
by ud cla &s O boo in tem &C -A1 O -.-a a a. d receive re-

q An EVERMT B in d UmX fO NMrIa. aS.r McCoath b has re-
mote "i - -ft=--Ae --' tmn s JcksMv l e and St. Au-
ot"esate, "wbre she wet with her sis-
ter t, ITaImas femth, of Bards-
q _._.Tbecrert ,-- O i:e to^ Ky.,

ATTACi1, ViMT, p
Toases Halu was th moeeme
abost delightful i-M-Jdam s ho-
last eveuingb byaYthe smm am
Ceompment to Wmo n .--d&*- 3,- -
Ai, of PlaiufleLd, N. J., Ms tae Me-
Coiley, of Atlanta. ha.. MiW Mar
Camp, of Franklina, Va, M 3sth
MeGuere. of s8ethbo. Pa., and Mam
Annie Land, of qgtWc- M. C.. C, e
pretty and attractive vutes who.
have been a distinct aCequiml to
Ocala society.
Miss Rapa1ij a pretty bbrette,
wore a white peapple tague with a
pink stripe, over white taffets, ade
decollete. Miss McCoBey was lovely
In a green silk trimmed with velvet
ribbon and lace. Miss Camp were
pink silk daintily trimmed in lace.
which was very becoming Mi Mc-
Guire's dancing dress was hander-
chief linen embroidered and Mls Lid
wore white organdy beautifully mafe
and trimmed in Valenleeaes ace.
The evening was a little warm. bt
the sixteen dances and our extras
played by Miss Myrtle Witield on
the piano, accompanied by Mr. FisheS
on the violin were greatly enjoyed.
This pretty compliment to the visit-
Ing girls was enjoyed by the follow-
ing: Misses Rapalji. McColley. Camp.
McGuire. Land. Hope Robinson. Anna
Mixson. Etta Hood. Sue Andersot,
Alice Bullock. Margaret Taylor, Catr"
Williams. Annie Atkinson and MMiLt
Phil Robinson. Herm ad BIe Todl,
Roland Bitte. ANnlf eek, o*bsrts
Mathews, Sam Teage, Howard Wal-
ters. Mala Haughtes. Will Taylor.
Julian Robinson. 0. B. Howse and
James Taylor.

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The Air Dome list night had a fle .- -
hand-colored subject, "The Talls- ".
man," some sketches of Northeran Ven- *
ice and the funny adventures of an 6 6 T
over-ripe fish. This evelagff there
will be "The Vestal Virgin" a stry
of ancient Rome, the adventures ofr
"An Outcast Heroine," and a few rib- TIE I 'h e ,
looseners in the way of comic sketches Tr aKi ti
M. Fred Lovell until recently man- STYLE
ager of the Hunter Drug Co., leaves P O
tonight to visit his mother 'at Lees-
burg. From there he will go Om a I fAB
business trip to New York. ,, T 0 iW..
Miss Loulie Barnett left' this after- ed o f TO
noon for Key West, where she will be A N
with Miss Emma Tucker in a meet- W
Ing, assisting in the music. Before ..
her retprn home she. expects to visit -
her brother, ea R. Ira Barnett and t - .
family, of Wesf Palm Beach. Mr.
Barnett is pastor of the Methodist
church in that city. If
Miss Annie Land leaves to mrrow
for her home at Kngsto, N. C. after ey.
a most delightful visit of two moth -* .
to her couSins, the T"ylo a tndhe til w Or I W ill X
Mayos. a c.*T
"a"l c--" L-- o e refr y
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Burnett return- *
ed yesterday from.a delightful wom ers. YO
visit down the eamt coast. Miami,
Palm Beach, Daytona and St. Augus-
tine were voted. At Daytona they
witnessed the conclusion of the au-
tomebile races.

WEATHER FORECAST ida. I have sees
-I disease restored
Washington. D. C., March 20.-Fatr
Tonight and Wednesday: ;cooler to U.
nghL of the steo iov
Miss May tamp, the popular guet damaged ,'nac,
Jta Sfr-A t W *6 j of her cousin, Mrs. Clarence Camp health aad n =eM
GC ML A left-today for White 8priftg, to visit
_ EU--sm 1U her cousins before returning to her .
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Snet of Ocale's best boding
If you want somethIng goo to eat sa
large, we ventilated roms to -ep
-Ud& Fed 1W=A to; bath m o cty sdw s
-drug, Mrt. LAd*or, N& mr Not Me& 17 f -.

ian la t the Po7t7mf Drug. -"S.y'. ".

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La grippe co gwe are ft M
MOONLIGHT NIGHTS they trequeafty dwemtp in plm -. -.
Are now on, young folks, and this Is o tops the oog ibt h *3 l I S
the time to organize launch parties ;w a a w -.
for the Silver Springs run and Okla- *Uj1WC n b f. 4
waha river. Engage the launch ern- ; t-teas W stM t m2s
ry Widow a few days ahead and make n rmfdrugs and IsIna
the lovely trip to Dellk's Bluff. MaefuSe loe ac E
Mi Fida Kanpp oof Geneva Swits- al -dr s .ms A
eriand. arrived in Ocalas Monday to
visit her friend, Mrs. Clift e Camp FM RTCheap; 'anow.
for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs D -m hIo , lieely .S*.ted a o-
Camp met Miss tapp Jacksvile ; w.4ya soft wIlW -va t -A
ant accompanied her to Ocals. ste et A.
Mis Kaute McCoey. who has bee M
visiting her f rtled, Mrs. L. a -
lock for several- weep, completed herILA
visit here today and left tor her bes.CMPR CloAw*
In Atlanta, Ga., much o the Aregret o A s-hI 0 O 3 ,
the many ftrim&we mo awd e hee. Ati the eve wb -f l The tur I
Our poud paper Is the best we Uan preQed ai- 5 '
have ever had. Hew lot JAt LS. CNes ir t t
In and see it. The Pstomfce Drug.- StSt Wh spaine; iC
store. nor V~fth e -. L0mhli"
losl." ae saM tin prt:

which does set ta x
The chmP r t h hy as e *ig
however l th&e1 apes001 o0 0
t of doors ..d a"to e. -p
skiesg rars..r teo as Ta .,*t
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l faaat'nhd I OIb y *5 Am f7 contest to be decided at out comma tg .
a *v Pitea membuef of the county air, we are sending you a -- . -
a "-- *otefnemidd to the custody of condittens as attached to said co ,
t r-- t arms and flung Into test ade by- Dr. Booser and re- "- .
JiWVwset> An& to show that mew- quest y'ou to pubfMls sawe In your t. Jl is eqa ^e Slls V
J&^ ?^^ tSt in weekly edition. We believe that the t0 e a Jate..
b T-s a i Smeleas el y to mernion boys tf Marion cout d tet . -.- .-"e. -
43. ie eaSeh tonth Tow mnoners too, should enter in a --telathSr t
the cae t Clptain Church ll. wbo n rivalry and endeavor to Dak.e this av I "I n .m i o .o ,.
agl Wg^ | l-- -~blIWO merchant ships sder county. No one thing w~f centrib te
tha aseMlqOl &hl man of war UnMles more to our prosperity than to desa- f t u '
b se4tloet-gift ofI00. onstrate to the world that we have
Is tbusutau. they had to pay stimy solU and conditions at booe toprodee m e
ift *t' g oft betng eOmt to the a staple crop at a reauouable cost that
-- we -tri sstract .ronn ri Ase a now a ulatersal food ora mnan Ua t 6es.-
hS-f fed r dw^ritten th
^fw ai aw t *r.Dod brouhbt wBe
a Sat 0t -ea which come to a L R *E 0M- I'N
@-k, 5 VtU W.rer. 10W. setanse of -oo hearth sshaid prevent k-
perm,< |agesomes sa, na-" nen instead of leaftt OSeOmrM s
a f *now'r NeP I to tbae ,ick an" "en try to tun I. 6 so b" *.,r agasm
s e. aaed"-* a y kep yow Iver. wel ad
wa s ..e7 y before mom-ittal-he stomach i a ielta"y =ad actve con-*
alI =Mf (, %&r t ovw, but I diltion you .WO, t B ? ,-.-* w--tgt s -."aNWS
SuaSS no jb mat snow. HerbSne relieve onrtipatiaas **
Sdae e.-4'etduy s w eekly.a
S"--ver.s-ad .eant CM.. -,,
-L.Ma . *on S B .. ,, o. : s tr oea _.gae.' _-.y *
m' n -einJ^ness-rbIn a. Sidb ft OIA *. ms*a rim i

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WOmintr Clock Tower Is the san FrVnc seo, rch s.-uOBow.
Ins the arrest 4 yestrd Ofr tNO
Fbs* a kInEngbnd. UnitPlagrMess rffiets.a a and e
Other persoas In cOURe6dds with the
alleged theft fe jury flsa. ftuam is
W _T It IS ALWAYS EMPTY &e oeofttco Pa v cN... M --
denM t of the enftftV tC:o S f,...
trial for afor ged brelery.f tamP
The To~ IsOem Ur.0d ParWlismests Murphy. aaistnt eamagl fir -a .-
me owofToe110-o- crhs. smm ferW-t, e i _;:
e l h Was ht a...t O... pm.- Than arrestedd af-e w-IS AO..t.-
Thk Old rin r ssamr Days. hualeteat lsenwal rpsel O rs teh- e
SCated Raitroads; J pt e LaIAdlo
S1 ma Wmem wd lminal claim n agent for the strij a g ;--w
wm* Aw tb Waet wte p ce of company; Luther Brownm ead of the
seseina Mls eboise w1td prob- street ralred deteoahw; X .. R
ab&y fall t the Clock Tower prison Hamlin. private peeretary a- Wlaa I
..m-I -I.e.t a. ta t is the very J. Burns; A Mi cKleey. aled ea1-

quite askame to the ordinary BIll Wormer, a ralreAd detective, ad .:
Sie )A. PlaMt, attached to the district St--.
fat the loa tidee that members torney's office. d -
of psdOn -. emlt na'y be confaed Abbott and Murpay a' re al*
is tmt s- d J theu e a k 1ao"er with having telamved stoles eooas aa e
tOu fe cCmNfltWt tothe Cjsk Tow_ s& the others withl s -gad asr % .
? fore n etes agati o the. nBruws, AbbOO sad ut
rle n regote ofparliamen. agent the ralrecoapd -
The Clock Tower prison, as it ex- From Saturday until test aght the
Ista today, was erected In connection office of Patrick Calhoun and i '-
with the bosei occupied by the ser- legai staff were in charge of Detee-
safat at atma. Tble OfllalI t in com- tive Borne' men. who were armed with Of &C 18 sevell,16 8 i
Ihte .hage f any menl ber coMn- a search warrant issued by Police eC for c it a It
altted to the Clock Tower, and a Judge Deasy, calling for papers alleg- ... ,
member cannot easily make his es- ed to have been stolen from the office IeLz g P d Cd WI
ca because n order to do so, he of the district attorney. The searchto D ."
wasus roe begun after the occupants the
m st pas tbrog the boose of the attorney associated in the deen .. Of
~ Calhoun. had refused the Setective e es
Very fw meb of parliament admission and the Clas door had been
a U elomBlted to: the Clock Tower In broken in. The work of looking over
these dk, We have to go back many the papers found in the room was
y m a precedent Mr. Cbarlex finished last night after two safes t-
stoilewith papers bud been orced
St r tlockTowe. ope rn. The each was watch ed byT T O. W*:.
w hlao w t ,-s th ed warrant and in designed only to per- 31 --
nrge at at ia n fW 23. 18, it them to look at our private pa-
***@* to t.h Tower and leased pers," said Calhn. B S
agnt bAy. iDocurents foupd In Calhoun's of-
Te we t"w oet of cells In the nee fully justify our OceeAf^x"i
e ae s u pper sad a lower, .said Detective BuMs-. "We were ook-
(so bfth oan cell 5an malh the ing for copne of our records and'a-
e.. .,_ softof ib sifthei-s.1 nconn_.. -eetiton -with, the vau.lo
f M eah ptere os wallng roo. ,cases, and found what he sought. The
of ry GO ,we a&ti-onsP well car- confessions and the papers we faund
pid am ftrl and rpleteWith are proot of the bribery of my m*en
set 4 t, tha, 6 whVkh go toward by the Ca.loun interests." eZL ...u .
M. e4aON te _I--WCal houabs trial wuill ntoW 4. Its :
h eac h at there arn two bedrooms twelfth week today with ags wMIEFLefr '
-OWm fotr se ae of the Imprisoned Jurors and five temporary pasrd.
K. 1, Us other for the eavenlence _-______________
f .3 jter. who mnt always be on
hW bpot to-order to o that the A J Y
Igi r s pa me attempt to ewape. May e at ly a a riadir a sarw PERT P A I VA1
AMp610001 t s0ent to SM o It ws d bV a a stpb aa Wil .a
a* C 0u1 bW Ily orGer of tme Pa w-s o kt a vwv r .
-10ibe reg s t pay for ma bwmitBn ha h is wesb b&35 s
so he eMo be e oI eouft AMy f ^ ist h Itth 'ems d "77
o v I I In Dlock sW.d*ru Ls A u tW o 1 is t t
Tower woeald be anowed to rise n lo a knepa maP-cshgg uaets
te i a Jt wbody wh baseaargaat f with m olho
be l tutire to bed when the spirit i t W ofg k.777esfma7e wh
Mewed hla. He could. red to b hi Is lba Iast e adr s o eM -M owP -
he'tba -tm1t Mad anoke aa mnt quickly year lver wS teeie a tiw- BOm see I O as
m he BaK the*e hbelg m watrtM sasft. Per e's GoMea IasA DisMewry that ty ar trt W -
mwr sUe amtters; hs whole punish- has madessay maryelotes ca utfw f i eual kS.
motu we lie ,ia being prevented trouble by its wonderful control of the Al
ora jafeg b his fellows and mlzing organs of digestion and nutrition. It re. ren the aoease of eme peopftfe is
wfh tem. .torm the normal activity of-the usamebh s Mlar that It is em b to duiC a
Be wUW be taken out to exercise, lfause4themaseere0tioloores eaea Of t b18044" ps oe m
but weald always have two officials lg glands, cleanses the system from pa -
beide ba to guard against say at- sonos aeimulation, andtsoBeliwai the
Stn M aObnI hitexwee aver of the Mburdeas tmposed'oa ts u ue i

WmNas t a.S amothe terrace before the4 der ous I3tY
Np assat'lor the day. u* biso ha asses sSUsse
as ela n les would he be A l bm.
towed t- hAld eoverse with his fel-, el weeak;a Mmd. |
1w AN I0e way or another an tin- s ssa *amntbc.*
Puumed K.xP. wod e not have a bad boa s o mm
s tam! be t aot be kept aeer st r esP t e tp a*u'~
In .m t* thr say lengthy period. at r g -et exgit

r B .um te c foro mmo a fori-et
dep-was sek to w e^ ^e. In nsusNgsuseeww anw aw ^ beg g
rghMlSsu 'to athi etge, ao, indeed.xSS ee by e a ta Meeit ad.,s ,se ad
to the Tower, sad a am'S- eM Sl

mssember to the Tower was somewhat prnl ea^ bO"tb-wu mi
...n hte U witness the 'acase of a sme aspii as ptos e oIll


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