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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
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 04 1, 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: VID03130
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Vohlume No. 262.



Legislature of 1W7 Leaded the Pay -:A 00._ _______
Rll with Useless Clerk-Will T
that of 19S be More Savin7g? Did 7you ev eroSptoo tk t there are a vey few vacant rei- Rw i IH-
deuce lots In Qeala that are le located,. that are for sale. Well, 7 .
Tallaha.see. April i.-At the 1907 this very miuch th Tvlowag sort lit copr more HNew Yolrk A08i. 1L_-,.y ,' _.
.,salon of the Florida legislature ll ta hl f M tathe te-bleU Inthebet part of t- ter h-t alft of ea " ...
attaches and clerks were employed, at ties 5tnM and
the expense of the state, to help the town that for UA. At the rate the dty s b ildlog, moat of thea advanees. wit -
o00 members of the senate and house will be bought and Wi have homes built oa the before two more .o...giag f-eMo e e --
do the work of the session. yearsarepaeed. If y aethlakftofbut a ho-to live In or U002i ther Is
This force consisted of 117 regular PIS fd aetinigofblibgahoet lv n rt of, br'ealbsk~-
attaches of the senate and 2:of thetrhoe to rt w t to eat Ithprt ^^ T
house; 22 committee clerks of the sen- of town. whe, after w 7 ate put your moey o tt It, the property tariff "- b
ate and 17 of the house:; 5 extra en- Is mt depredat by roms of a poor or aemiramble location. then Waahlaitl.l-,
grossing clerks of the senate and 7 of look into thee propartI They are all w located, choice build. 4 Rn ay "h owift S'
the house: 11 extra enrolling clerks of lots, for reoeace I Inttit e t i Abe to late, and o*frilt Wrtaste nd ap as weal i " '
the senate and 9 of the house. For Iin acgroate to the ki g tandard fa
their services the state paid $2.,195. if you build you wl have to late your" b e where you maw regret 1MW tat there exists a Im aegr eause
The attaches of the senate received It. or cowa by ra.l-y ..... '11
from the tate o,5.415". and the attaches a. a nor fe of f ttre I h"i.l i -: I& U11
of the house. s6.31F. a total of $11.771 -One pleaded r lot m Oklawaha avenue frouti Ma Stan- tore ohe hoMerA .i-.', s.
The services of most of the attaches dley'% n OU a Pfrk I7314 fett, street I t0wo a tW a lley11%" f "
were really needed for the proper 03 hon PL . ..i.".w..... .. .... *.. ". ., *d
transactlor of business. Some of them. o!-O go however. c, uld well have been dis-. a h d how *to 3 "
iwns-d wit h. For instance, the re- of fondOr't h e Ifl," 751Sll feet .0 P ... forthel ,ceaesCoJ.,^:
cor ln secretaries of the two houses No. 8-Splendid buMld g'lot a Ok uha avenue., In Oklawaha Park, when c." res d St s 74i.'..t:u !
are ,entirely usiele.. and their work front the pLoopl etory. 7x4, alley rear of lot. Price. "'t- S-- c ,.`4^^ B
might indeed rorve detrimental. Their on term ....... ....................... ..... ... Wherever ,ee l s "
rltit has heretofore been to transcribe ciree there In dioaope; of I U ,
in long hand in books provided by the No. 4-One nice lot in Oklawaha Park. facfi south, on poetoffice street, externs Imron.rvemhl ,-' .
state corrected journals of the respect- very centrally located, back of SoL Benjamin's ieese. 90x130, with construetioum work. eqpiilta 4 l '
lye houses. In these days of printing alley In rear of lot. Price................ ...... bettermeats generally. Orido ert e* p-..
presses and typewriters there is no a" filed evey day folr OWll .. ..... J- .
ne.d for s.uch long hand records. The No. -ThIree lots adjoin the alive, 721x130. alley In rear, central many mom e rders wgs : r
records thus kept may not Ie rella- location. On tae, price, ea .. .................. .. M raMzils, breid'g1e01 m arlol: bus y1 0S-".
bie. since no one e-ver revises the work Ctute
of herecrdngsecetris t asue N. -.-One comer lot adjotalag above, 1U1i36. feet, alley in. rftr for the wa'o-it Vogeo uleym s
of the recordings ecretaries to3assure 415Snc ..". .
its correctness. ly located, street 6a two dasm On terms, price plus .... ...9 a iW s i" uf
Its correctness.,a

drhe legislature of 1907 paid $9 39No. 7--One splendiGU M e1t kd e ft 0 aw a awe., residence aike o 1to ikow lsldjM ^ t --W "A.
of the state's money to pay commit- i of Mr. L. Hoe,. part of.BDSajatm land, 77x114 feet Priee the tatlf ehoarg mWi r' I.
toe clerks though 10 clerks, at a Cost cash... .......... ........... ..... ....... ...*i, Not lIn the bot e' "
Of .&'.(5o. could readily have done all clerlg has It been s i ,- ,,: 'as W, e
th- work and loafted half of the time. No. S-One lot aaJoining above od Oklawaha avenue, 7.7x114 feet. good seeurties as It MO. ..... :*- : *^r
The legislature of 1907 went do high- Cash ...... .............. ...... .........B...1 and America bs P ar .b... r
water mark In liberal spending of that are enable and A... e .
public funds. The legislature of 107 No. *--Corner lot adjol*g above and fronting Mrs, Badger's real- exhibit of eari0 a': ... .
has also appropriated several hundred deuce, Oklawala aayeue, 77x114 feet. Cash..........65. Millions of 1ars 6e1th eA bbtg,4, :
thousand dollars more of money than ivadeey aw u h m"a "-"
the treas^ No 110-09e^ ^tm nice tow W3> t s s 't as raa aeu,^rgMr.Bd
the state tr a.ury has been able tot y e
pay. Will the legislature of 1909 heed gers reeSdenee, 111114 fet. cah ............ $7OAM roads, are placing tbne mee a
the lesson by cutting off at the be- No. 11-Two good lots T110 et each on Ray treet, rear of D. & .inncal Shape that 5e '1.r.
ginning extravagance in the conduct Woodrow'a sreseses. C A, each ............. for years to come and. eBle 4e" to -- i
of its own business? make xteaadn lroiimMb ad : .. "
No. 12-Two good lots, 75x16 foet, frosting above on Ray treet, betterment that ls t11011a11 w:
FIGHTING A SWORD FISH Each ............. ...... ;................... ... lto ran4 mot*tod 'd "4 e e arl ll
Iwo and may o .dd1iay I tM Wg
Throe and a Half Hours of Thrilling No. IS-TwO 0ood lots front Of Jakfe Browns res"desce, on Tutoawa dispoeed of. cause l aIwtt e
Sport for Visiting Fisherman Near and East Adams streets; has g1od well, and mew fence, 62117d directions that 'wObit e eei".:
FSpr o rt Myr each. PrUt $40ea*, or r the two............... $70-.00 in exte nt. "
Nty 1o a ,o Provided th Crop tlm at -
N.t-aocoeWinfkPr.frontt ng odneo .H by June 1st or t1a th- -bhe wva ,.
Fort Myers, Fla.. March 31.-Guests Clark on Ea tAdam -silret. Prime.... ...... ........92&W few demno ameua
and fishermen witnessed a royal con- cplarl a n Aa 1i .. few lmen o Urnta"tm. ra i *, .f. o .";A;'a
flct on the Caloosahatchee river on is--Ix nIie lots near in, all fenced, stable to build cottages on a I t td /
the morning of the 25th at Harley to rent.Prlce for anl .. ...... ..--... -". A .... '
Point, about seven miles below the Too. wT Dv ~ -. ""
Hotel Royal Parm. Fort Myers. No. 1,6-Two splendid Iota Uo- Both Third trt, near water tower, G-- s "tdes,'- )l.'TYtt
Dr. Rudolph 0. Born of New York 65sx231 feet. PrI. each ....... ....................... (Get deeds compel ra. .e ?-.
City, with his guide. George West, and WWN -wns Its_ oe a f t- :.W,
Major Chap. A. Sadler of New York No 17-One lot adjolltti aboVe same seetc. Price ....... i35 Amneria people have f. X'i-'-WY
City and his guide. Sandy Davis, This property is Splendid location, high elevation, etc. Thettaf King's New Dluewov Wy t Wer
started out tarpon fishing early in the frontage, 195x221 feet can be had o..r .......... 500*6 Throat and Lang eme I'
morning and located down the river atom is a health force. itft lgoems, **. r6. !'
at the above point about 9 o'clock IF YOU ARM iNMUXM XK B AT ONCE. I HAVE A FEW and colds and la grippevaabe. It.tal, L
fishing for tarpon. being about 260 OTUM JAM IN Gam-O M heCIals .. cough racked mmbmf and a ....
y'idr apart. It was soon noticeable coug.g stop. " e "-' / ,J' 'i
that Dr. Born was busy and the guide, chlal tubes and lnei ew 8 L l..
)avis. Informed the major that theF A hemo agea cease. r. e Me
doctor had struck a large fish. "and it A Black Jack. N "t .
ain't a tarpon, neither." It was ap- .F E W* Xme of l-ftg 0O pq
parent that the doctor had a large i less by a- dte." 3 rl -
strike on hand and his guide beckon- bot " le free 'A *
ed Major Sadler and guide to come to Jl v l A W n r ...' 1 '
their assistance, which was quickly A lUA KW U U -' r A d. JAPAN .CO .W
responded to. n arriving, the major Now" r T Tl~l
was informed that they had struck a i -
swordfish and had been on it - Victria, B Coo, evni t- s .i hI-:
for half an hour with no chance of e. 'tA T adopted a ic e oyoI A!M= '': -+' A.i
landing him, whereupon the major. Repeatefdy, the laine mdS t PIANO TUNING can goods 4" 1
who has already a record for h i efforts to et &my. atuwAti towieg m nIt riglt and lft A
prowess as a fisherman in Fort Myers .both power bats dow, ad Tea re ars, Jp e dReferences. t tft lo ho Tt -,L .,
waters, took the rod and was O in the agaln wAould d ew too te syj u 0 ad to be te tbe'nu a rtM e" 1.' l
the fight, which the doctor had given bottom auE ek. 'TUe m nmuicpi Ia Jllat. 'iam forememt of -l oe toe . "tSft
up. with the intention of landing him 1-ted for over a mhear an a rae n A N. 1 citt. 14-t- t ap in ma resn"
....__ ___ hemjrwa bie t_ _gl__# __ the. -f, 0. ofr Y o ma
- -- - --* fight aad haad U ro toR ri gid llJT4fiix-roam -em near' ay~wf omem~ aae ifB i '^w^ -^^' V.".-B^
with . ..w e...Se h^reS Sk W m :
strengh m..n o., -. o,,,, ss .... ... bees .-.lI~ .

-me hd ural.d.. O as c
Lisaeso he up with a .. Will'Vi 1 Sto e f
1= the Gu"r"ntoct j that"ha ha e h' "flaU
Hoseofuallt!. / would have bees 'h~r alA t wI*.T- ji --haeeeAere Aed< ;-'**IB t ^
Hose of QuaInx,. / | the FRESHi MILt tt MNhl PcWreR FOR. ..,..a., M "The officers do naA qes leek a '~ fi^^^~BlHfi
we nuw MT W s~M Y Tii ApdVA,.m and SOUedt. Is thi --- the g~ht r " WtIOMth rfa.en ndP <|S 't n'i-M^fH
OftNE OSS~c0 yITUU kept up for three and ase-half hours --- la~eS~ 5S A t~ l IH cJ B l
.,-^^-/-"HoSe as when finlltay, the aworM~h, In 5The Melebra hi Cev's Milk 1e Water ohei~ feature f ihe ettUap pr. ^K t ^ *P f
Mouths wNCL ;*l effort to escape,. ade oe brNiN.ethe @41m.:. --.- oedag. was that artyaK tW athi uS. ''I~ff.
a ^ '. "sufaean hisp^ head1 appeased yh ^ji5r^ WM jas & ~ y .^la ^ N
TI.S^/f)l ga?/sTh land Iede htv. blets nt th__e ead^_ .^ ^T -_ ...ite TN~ ^ iB .- A-. "'*- ^ -^^-*
Men'sasd -' :rf ~ r r^ shut M;-ue h

Von'l&wobsura's- uikly drew. 4tem OW .
Lisle LQ*..1ae o-h lita9 00 n4
ofhte flbz of dSWX ow Am soPrevstivea vor Add teI -
pali. ast to saumeaad them wU to om.' I~h
PAM&biued efforts *ef the'twf. p,6WWatt4 :~Sw be tRUMIUCLlnehK
AN ,-~ .g~ the fish Wastowe a4 O ma-I'~at
TAO d sx emosa mThe eatimated eweight ft ~- obh rnuwwis reutiw 'elerhmc s
rum, I~t tow the dbaheeti e shaaAR
Iftkt bnosw go te te -NO
landed on thebeah..fg j0Ismsd4e hetbi sIAs
is L UASTL EGHFL AS isob -~~6
Agents ii Ocela -1 would have heea wwo I.1 TRU NSdb for IS eCota aTim or i Ue ~i
__________________ft a terrible eat AS-amy bome cap.' r oo-31oo far Atot,..
writes tPrank Xpoly. KU~
Maien, wth"st soowaw, n Males*- -, ,
bWfrwoum6I ,Aets m e1e.I
cure'bemsmeh. ohsaeTMO YNOMIft, A Vlwoekb m w
boilsskftn- me mioIS 0 W ldO bes
for paies, Be a &enbfuglt IMAM= ~
Him RiHT 531fIEID&HNO* -WW p 00, u
Mm W.. lu~uji Lap athi. 7ck.
WNwe iiedh Pbt-.mmWih ie el MOW esht

But *T avuwbf, .oft; o AL-As a ', hete-
'WON thew~ tdlapa ~~ m.,~ jmpnnat be pkeenth

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EVENING STAR A 1f11111b1 f

CQ L.aa rO and R. Carr ; --M-im
As mercury well S.ret instver ame
S.ditors and publshe Anse oc mewn moliy dmn. Is the Paities of People of Fairleld

c ". w.. a st r s e"sys tem, Wh' a. e i : 'ivido"
|". .No s e rAt er .. -.W .. F1 a i .... .Ni el.
,n' estues__as __ n .... .ens. .

in' DeSoto county. In a well written fe s o : ":
article he tells of the condition as be catr'h i
found them; a far as .ctIsCM u s 1 i 5t1
weuld permit the convicts were faWldyF la bpn f '. I
well cared for sad Do taNit was to be C-
found with their treatment bt ge v i- o d M I
concludes hi article with this we h t t
sensible comment. .'sLe lleheae. b r t.,0 wisf .
"We came on Impressed with tbAe 40WmO TAl IUM S e s o rf t IH l t
fact that the men in chafe, tb cW im Kost'to tabnvne bi to take
governor down to the uadt s w mad We aMiRttod. Ae dub Mg rpw t Mart oey to for
trusles," are faithfulloy trying to rem- March, discherga M agh 0 nw ty to beW a as Blox-
der good service. It is best for the ne- have mae ebbam at Ui
groeu and moet of the prisoners to td *Ab i 2il- ll i
work at tme t:ratlnm There is a The. ea .. t
healthier plan of living, especially out pr~st at p -rSS .
of doors in Florida. Our otters s a n m mafd.oa
trying to adnlaister the bad systems magM u fdisc$.. i t' plaa ta -i f t form
with humanity and fidelity, we be leve -sS it wa a rM x' ..
We have no sort of opitaon bru tat o t 9i. ,,1 te-rrtsy, c-
f the whole system Is inherently n wreas. aet N emer. PlM It- sa templates platctg Ia the new county.-
We mean the leasing of state COB- people to us In the last agmy 4t death o most earnestly protest against any
victs out to the highest bidder, to be when there Is no hope for them, for we
suoblesed and worked and driven like '
dumb beasts to put mosey th the bt* .. .. ....
frs of the tate lad into the private gm Maron oasty to e their best
g uards, reulations and what-not are help thea to get well, a not just be measure or btil affectig the boundary
not dooin mus h to reduce the abuses. able to relieve them If we cam n or a tmaes .trion co.tyI
Still, just an soon as possible the plan few hours until death elslag them. Tm secreay was stg.a to
S should go. Florida will some day have This month ha be." a 5 -.t'uM t ag g i e o tW. ,
no trees to box. What will we do toewe bowels for u h s p for a atbt I9 oan t 'tha Se utial A -
with our increased number of coi SW haJe begI uh -th4 p -e ,
dvict? We ought to purchase faAV r w i therallt o hi aM.
and just as soon as poi U1e to e w ig" ,,% m :- tpuse thirles
the U tase system to the Imtas of past of t o d, e t he :assge l "
mulsatakes and t hlaes, itde slavery, wa sbt
feedvlis roiyour huand I othrwrong several

S Peoptle who taterfere in matters of eis aed felt at 1 c la
Wh. I they are ignorast, espedialty :ad br l "as" r".S is s ^
S such matters as require special knowl- Some o K V I afa L_ 40A
edge and study, almost Invariahly de flow ers
emotIonal sad wel meaning, but bs .m .
Stercal women, sided by several yeltopw he '.
I and thrieking journals, succeeded a n ei to '"" '" '" ,I
curint the release from a lunatic aines. Mr. C. mh leae ,.
; asylum of one George Bell, formerly a machine for more th a t, ig "' '
Member of th e state legislature. The was a boi hoelp toem. l i.
doctors sald Bell was crasen but the toso Us ma" am,
women and the newspapers Insisted ea ha s VAn Wis ta a
that he was the victim of persec 'Wtion v lbM"r M a
Sand medical blunders. So Bell got out. b yiet, aMt s 4at 'i
And the other day he' vindlcated the dowae bp Mhil C
doctors ald worked a grim Joke on the Miss Mare no ,t .
rescue party bry goin aboard a pas- Mr, lSanftd, of i., F- Mr. 'mo
singer train at Macon and there cut- lla ma n fo ai ate *tLa mai
memg hbi own throat He is dead If Tewlis usML Sae .0
he balonged,'Berobably he would be hAldB If h-eJ NMS * 1 t --
living and possibly there would be a brtat, nt we hd O .

THE LAWYER LOST A FEE F Lshe- a Levely Sg g she (.e, th.
According to old-timers, relates the ke t entartald1
Dallas News, the late CoL Bob Taylor, Sa r 4 A 1 1 -
of Boshan, once met a woman in the GAY IS CNT1LY8 g
road as he. was rtdin on horseback to
bold court in Delta county, he beins Demusir, V sVW
then destriot judge. The woman hed a e cuett- a
t hi l orsty. mm an thwritigfHotnd t Lcharge of lbs u
SBeing a man with a cheery word for tt aH ta booked eWr days aa toe aB
every one, the colonel stopped her. (Geinemiba ufm. a Marl 81)
"My dear madam," ,he said, sling. G. GOay, f Tr a
S "If you will gve me a drink of cool have hleft u tAi ft... .
water troa yonder jug, when you want Freeman, s1 Si W
a divorce from your husband I wiln see sad reieat taiM .
that It costs you nothing.." Owing 1101
-Are youa etlawyer" Inquired l the Ales the b WSraw.,
Dlwoman, hanelate hBm the sTaylo r. -
TB colonel explamad who he wan thl 8iI o
fo, and waving a farewell, departed. leoav d they wil c
Indg the woman gazing after him. n mrtd s :4 98^e.
T every next morning the woman bada aOt e "
showed up an the court room and askv- wre 1 901-
ed for himt. She explaied that she w Jpk afer ut e chreof
, wanted a divorce. She bad bee sep- were tlee -left t he
rated from her husband for a dug future li wt fr: have ht taltAV
while and the colonel had put an idea Gay I. Sep hmISSW ie
eThe colonel was gamet, however. He prSomLeat ay

wa giM ven a divorce, and Col. Taylor tractive wS si aS -. &Ami comaliS! f th

Pat oget a job movTing some begs of mKan SU P a v
powder, and, to the alarm of the fore-
ma n, was discovered smoking at his It you 0 ,
w, ork, says Tit-Bits. bay, bd4 *r
"Graclous!" exclaimed the foreman, want a Oceta, n
"Do you know what happened when a tor Wom -a't-, l 4
man jimoked at this Job some yeats "Ai .RA AN
ago? There was an explosion which enable IAV47
blew up a dozen men." MI S PR "
S "That oeldn't happen here," retwr. a.M.d S
edf Pat toan A.a-20a b
"Why notr?" or sent by 1 wT1
S*Co. thore's only me and youl" was seat tree AM ade t b ve yt
S the reply. Co. L. ty H ,tek tI writ Mate" land
The Philadelphia Rcor4d. says: A SC% NT1T aae i thet
Great news comes from the Miane- ,A
sots Collee of chemistry. where a M anO t AprU , .*..-. ,* *
professor, after twelve years of exper- the toWed a m ia
Imentation. has discovered how to get deta.4 by --: .
$41 worth of turpentine and M worth caw o 'tT o 1ma7
of wood pulp out of one cord of Nor. iudewd- b Y
way pine worth $7.50. This Is fne. It abota. He bad been a thp hi lonwmes A o at
Stogreat. The only lame element is the tw yeas. Th,
announcement of the failure t b a .1
professor to give the cost of e. *nW
process of distillation."
The Baltimore Age Herald says:- "A .- ....
tariff bill Will be passed before mid-.
summer, and if we have normal Cop_
the railroads will prosper and that will
certainly mean a new era of solid AON
thrift. In the meantime the trm "mar-
ket. which is a reliable business bare.-
meter, is beginning to move, and ndi-

cations point m to a steady Improentates "e .-..

may come to the representative' In-, (I thtw Ml@



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Eight Room House, remodeled and all a
improvements put in, good terms, Pice
Five Room Cottage located in best AectIon
all improvements and large yard
good terms, price-------.....
Large Lot 110 x 200 feet located on*
Otklawahl avenue, price ........... .
Small Cottage, locrted near Public School
Building, price....... .

4 CityLots for $4501
Most be Sold Today

Wanted Houses td
Want to Handle Your Real B
Look after and Collect ypomu

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