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AIRSHIP HAS OfE AD T
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Germany Greatly Excited Over the
Erratic Conduct of Count -
Zeppelin's Cruiser Did you ever etoi tWW fas #aVeWy w Va W 1 -11
deise lotas ia Oes that a uWi t ti fiodr aig' b #4
Moiich. April .-The great Zepp^- this Is v0n7 e U clo. I Til fl111at!l ` e t I;".fa 'I n -j-i- M 1 1*
lin airship with Count Zeppelin him- tuaa hal f al tahed lob, N f ,eetes. he, "
xelf on board. is floating high in .he
air over the country and seems to be town that are for l A. t W l
utterly beyond the control of those fn will be bought sad w i,. l ,-...MS1t-ls, t, fbatesl .
charge. years are passwL.. It yo& *s 0,* tfnef 1 U a
Soldiers .in automobiles are racing a akeo to t o tvs a ., sl aM ,. i
over the country In order to be cn ... .. ...
hand if any attempt is made to de- O' W' "a* te :
sce-nd or should the bit airship and Is ot depre0iated bA nMs of a 3. o)A tbM l
its precious freight come to grief, look into these propeies. Tt0y a,. lldlgR oh.W ,4llig 1g
Squadrons of cavalry have been or- lots. for ra lde e m purpi I. a i Ue, be to a Ma-
dered out from certain ponlt a Ifyou bsldl yO Ab tou Y a leboutW. on ao yo sw
Tho-r,, i. r,.Illy nothing wrong with iOO.
the grr-t air cruimsr except that it. - .,K.
cannot be controlled in the face .of the s ^,.- su u
high winds. Count Zeppelin. 3o10 L (-.. WNW
.afts-r the ascent, ceased trying to send 1i
the balloon in any particular direc- .... ..n .
tion, nnd apparently he is afraid to No. a P-- Ogd to t l li. l a s l
attempt to land. for it is likely that Of4 g I Il m i g' glo ; .-
should such an attempt be made the .
big airship would be dashed to pieces No. S-.Splidld bi l4 loet im O l a-i OknlSWha 1 k
owing to the velocity of the wind. froatiag. the Upabuopal teculr, ,fxl tealt of isSrtsh
The airship ascended at Priedrich- On terMi ..... ..... ..... ... . ..
shafen at an early hour yesterday
morning. It was the Intention of No. .4-O1W. alshit11 s oMha1 .4 ,
Count Zeppelin to make Munich and very ce7ltrlly T0M-.Oted,
then return, landing in the presence alley In r of 10. f.'t-, ,...* ,i..'.... .* .*'. 4
tof the prince regent and thementire 1q0.h3
garri on of Munich. When Munich 1tt __ : W ."-.
S was reached It was seen to be impos- -OC. ..*. on te O ...O .. -. <
"ible to make a landing. An attempt No. -O -6frw let D aN -f ow Al$L iS
to return was made. but the ship wan ly locate m 8 iA M T Jii.n > .IIb. .......
driven sideways an(1 out of her course. *
Muck anxiety Is felt for the safety of No. 7-One pleW4id Wmf lot a Oa 4 8162110
the Zeppelin party. of Mr. Ir. Hora'e. pvt of sai a ", : 2
FIRST CLASS PAPERHANGING No. lot a la Oki m 714 e,
AND PAINING ?0No. $--On* lot aJelate abve OawlSt e 7Txtl4 H Wt
AND PAINTING Cash ...... ......... .. .....* . ... ............ l
I have opened in Ocalaa shop for No. .-Cot0er JM l alas aM Ve ad fStl Mr, Bfre"* weal-
hig -clas paperhanging and paiaUting dene*, Oklvha.k is 7Ix1114 feet. 16, ...... ...ISOMA*
and It Is my desire to give an esti-
mate or every painting and paper- No. t -One sles wOdr lot awha ee., tUt, Mr. BM
hanging job that is to be done In gear's reridM ee, 11ll114 ,lit. ll, .. -... ..'..0 -
Ocala. I have the best paper man In-its
the south and I handle the finest and o N Io--Two r*s4lofs S I e.* t, :
most up to date line of paper, bur- Woodlrowv res Ct6 we ., * .... .
laps, silk fabric goods and Imitation No. 1--Two good tew, 7U11z I tLet; ...stati 1ms -: .** W.
tiling, both imported and domestic on. .....................
the market and my Interior decora-
tions are up to date 1 have made a No., 8--Two good lt. ftr. t of Jat t ,I c, a i a
special of interior work for years and and ast AdMs .tr ~tef haM1 good vAl i 'ilMir h i, 6171
can suit any one. I make the best each. Price $40l Md4'r ( t th ...;.;...... .. ..
cloth and pictorial, also all classes of .
signs, gold leaf and gilding a spe- No. 14-Good eirer lot Is Ost Pi-hrl, d o W. ,.
cialty. Ladies desiring to make se- iClark o n ast Ahm t VA"e. Pma .. .....
elections of papers without the trouble No.. .- ic. lo 0_6. -- 0 .
waited on at any time they desire at to rL Pre f '
their home with a complete line of No. lg-Two sp dUlenti ag a r- .,Iw )-twr.
samples. Just drop me a card with 5xd1 feet. Pries, ftl .....5 2.3. 1.--'. *
the time you desire to see them aqd
you will be waited on promptly. All No. 17-One lot adiat 6le 6 aae ia i .... *
out of town work promptly done and This property I aspisddid leestloo, hi: t etc. The total
solicited. Respectfully. frontage, 19ixl I feet b e lad for ...... ... .. 1I
Andy Whitley. .
No. 10 Fort King Avenue. IP YOU AM .lf .... IWK A"UP
TALIAFERRO ISN'T TROUBLED O
- is Not Wrried by nCharges Ma by
American Naval Steres Company
Washington. D. ('.. April 2.--.ena-, l-PM.'^
tor Tallarerro of Florida, an account . .t -t.-
of serious charges against whom by
President Nash of the American Naval
Stores company, was printed in one of--. 1
the Washington papers refuses to say
anything on the, subject except that _____ _.._.....
he has written for the letter reported -
to have been given out by Mr. Nash. ':
He was notified, he says, several N. '
days ago, that there was such a let- '' e"""h
ter making charges against him, but, *H eH se'. -
had not seen the text of it.
Eagles meet Wednesday evening. Los Angeles. Ap5i3-(brt* a .
I_ th_ Gates, the noted nadn 4n -I"
name Is known t10m0t tb C
l N The ebarg i 'AO .
that he was a MA
f ran&d prantlead spea the**
meat Ia M'OGW- Th
In Oklathoa t w has bi
Is th o G ualafnteed nvesatlaa the iar-m a
Hose of Qualt. \an Jndletmet agatast M; Oates a
WB WrA"To" ArToowftw days ag.
I Olt few1"asa1W.
FRIlGHftAL FATS AWMWT*0
writes PisAk 1wb Y..~
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the w ~ 1 ~ w' it .- &
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ble for*.s b
L UbeLie. Sass boWils. skin ecupdoS.
Th o o MI for plies. 26c at 82 u ~ ~ '~s. ~ .
A3bMadmal DBPgfNDGON "M N~
toohsor If oier3hsd1 e
oif* that Afffiet 0 theRos
Bjrmnlngham, ApO lL-'Thmt three' be ___
fourths o te u838 wL, -
No L MUASPJAS 0 bla1ehere.'M
Agets s ive. the tomb lWtlb AIh,
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C. J. PHILLIPS m ob amgte geatuest.hihuMW II
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P lans end SteriAcefions FurnihW dOwdbate --MOWy*eeatoma& 7 '-s'"s4 .
UpOn Requestbaywudsbi se U3 BurIO
baby wgeuwie vim t rim weithim
egg 11115. has7, 4,7.
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SIC. L Uittiner and R. R. Carreoll,
SEdiltors and Publishers.
SC. L. ITTINGER, Editor
R. N. CARROLL. Susins Ma U sgr
OCALAS IN ST. AUGUSTINE
Among the former Ocala people we
met during our visit to St. Augustine
and Jacksonville were Mr. J. B. Floyd.
formerly of Irvine, but now a prop-
perous Insurance and real estate man
of the Ancient City. He and his fam-
ily honored the Press AmoIaUon with
their presence at one of tm. meetings.
Mr. Floyd is an genial as ever and
Just as popular with the people of St.
Augustine as he was with the people
of Marion. We also noted Mrs. P. V.
Leavengood. wife of the business
manager of the Ocala Banner, who Is
the guest of her sister. Mrs Hill, of,
St. Augustine, and was in the throng
that saw the beautiful and inspiring
scene of the landing of Don Pedro
Menlndes d' Aviles, who sailed from
Spain July 1, 15$5. arriving at St. Au-
gustine August 2., 1645, and lal the
foundation of the Ancient City,. and
to honor his memory April lst was
assigned to this city builder of the
oldest town in America, antedating
by 56 years the landing of the Pil-
grim. In Jacksonville we had the
pleasure of meeting Editor Albert
Williamson, a former resident, news-
paper publisher and state senator of
Citrus county. He is and has been
for years the editor of the Floridlan.
the oldest established paper in the
state of Florida, started by Mr. Dyke,
of blessed newspaper memory at Tal-
lahassee, but moved to Jacksonville a
decade or more ago by Mr. William-
son. Mr. Williamson is not only a
genial gentleman, but one of the
strongest writers is the state. He is
as gentle as a lamb, as swe4 as a
-violet, as fragrant as a rose in its per-
fect blush when his heart is touched
and his sympathles.aroused, but when
occasion requlrep and the lion in him
e arpused, he rides the whirlwind of
Invective vituperation, the blizzard of
sarcasm and the storm of Amasterful
logic. You, ma always know by read-
ing the Florldian where Albert Will-
limson stands on all questions of
public interest There is nothing neg-
ative in hia make-up and the frater-
nity Is his friend. We also saw Al-
len Rogers, the good roads expert, one
who did as much If not more than any
man In Marion county by pen and
men to establish the interest in good
roads among us and continue the
evangelization of them. We also met
Miss Minnie Neal, the president of the
W. C. T. U. of the state, who with her
sisters of the white ribbori propose to
do battle royal at Tallahassee with
the state legislators for state-wide
prohibition. Their hearts are in the
cause and the loyal white ribboners
are in the fight to the finish and you
know, the rest. "When she will she
will" and the results always speak for
themselves and no clas.4 of persons are
watching as keenly as the W. C. T. U.
the organisation of the legislature and
who will be the presiding officers of
that body. Nor must we overlook Mr.
Rall,. of picture show fame, formerly
at Ocala. Harry Bullock, formerly
with the A. C. L. railroad, but now
connected with the operating force of
the Florida East Coast. was greeted
by all who chanced his way. He is
still the same Inspired and capable
baseball player and took a hand with
the St. Augustine team yesterday in
playing against the Kentucky cadet
team, who were present as a military
company at the St. Augustine festiv-
Ities. The pleasure was mutual in
renewing acquaintance with Mr. Tom
Harris, son of our esteemed local
contemporary. Editor Frank Harris of
the Baner, who attended a session
of the editors, but who Is engaged In
running a passenger train on the East
Coast Railway between Jacksonville
and St. Augustine, with headquarters
at the former place. Tom seems per-
fectly at bome with the punch and the
bell cord and la very popular with the
traveling public. May Tom rise by
successive steps until he becomes the
head of a great system, is the wish of
A WORD ABOUT HASTINGS
While In St Augustine we had the
pleasure to be hailed by that prince
of good fellows and a past master in
the art of hustling and succeeding.
Mr. Prank Bugbee. of Hastings, and
one pt its potato. kings. We passed
through Hastings on our way up and
noted the bright prospects for the
Irish potato raisers of that potato
town. It was potatoes everywhere
you looked, and the green fields look-
ed Inviting. They vines are about to
blossom and prospects never looked
r0e promising for a big yield. The
town, too. Is putting on substantial
S ars of progress and prosperity. A
new three-story building of Florida
aund brick of Imposing proportions is
under roof and will be used as a bank,
a potato growers' exchange, board of
trade offices, etc. Every traveler to
and through the growing town of
RastlIgs cannot help but note this
Imposing building and it will stand as
a monument to the thrift .prosperity
and progressive spirit of its people.
Our only regret is that conditions
were such as would not permit us to'
accept Mr. Bugbee's cordial Invitation
to visit him and be shown the vast
area of land in and around Hastings
devoted to growing Irish potatoes. We
remarked we had seen fields on fields
from the window of the passing train,
and Mr. B. replied: "That was not a
circumstance to the spud lands put of
sight of passing trains." The potato
growers of Hastings are not only an
industrious people and very success-
, ful in growing Irish potatoes and
marketing them. but are excellent
farmers, growing splendid crops of
corn, sweet potatoes and as hay mak-
are &A ths ro%. -t U
CONTEST IN $UnTiR COtWw
First Pmaugy fe' Cenrlnms Sib Rue.
suited in the E mamsM of,
Widweed aMod Women
Bfumtervlle, Pla., April L-We.te
and Bushnell wil go Iato a seow .
primary to decide which ot the tt
will contest with NervSe as h ,
pointat at which th# eit emart home
is to be located.
The primary yesterday iB
the eliminatiom of Wadwe sm
Coleman. When Webster sa b-
nell have fought oat the emm t the
winner will enter agalit SitenrBle,
the present site, to decide the queW
The following was the vote: Wild-
wood, 13; Coleman, 178; MihemAL
22;: Webster, M. Ape fi7t Is the
date on which the seed straw prl-
mary will be held.
Mr. H. W. Douglass, who is am-
vassing the county for the OMrt
; Marble Company, returned trs a
Visit to Falrfleld, Mclantoeh. leaog-
ton and Micanopy today. Be reports
the section of country visited as be*
ing In better shape then for several
years. The truckers have had -
ceptional good season, etting f
prices for their lettu ae mbb
and are feeling good fta emequCoe.
Frank Wetherbee and his friend, J.
W. Flogg, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Wetherbee with Mr. Flo'rs ftamf
free Bateso, took a -hiag tlp' i
Conner. The weather' w wet and
damp and they did not have the usual
luck. but enough fish were caught to
show the visitors that we had them
and of the game variety, too. 0
Mr. C. R. Kreger, the wide awake
representative of the Times-Union In
Ocala, returned home yesray free
a business visit to Jackslv Hle.. He
had intended going t t.L Angusti a
to witness the landing, 1 Poaea do
Leon, but press of business cempel
him to return to his newspaper dutte
To have seen our popular and ef-
ficient "rp chief, Mr. H. & Chambers,
in St. Augustine yesterday aad tak-
Ing in the festivities and gay sights
of the 397th analversary fat Peace do
Leon's landing and mulrting the
lighthouse steps three at a e p, you
would naturally have t0llht he w a
15 instead of 6. Mr. Chambers is a
guest of the Florida House and hav-s
ing the time of his life, only be can't
get used to the electric bells of the
hotel. Every time one sounds at night
he is out of his bed and a the roof
of the house looking ftr are. He will
return home tomorrow.
Of Ointments for Catarrh that Ceatale
As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system, when enter it It
through the mucous surface. lueb
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phys-
icians. as nCe damage they will do la
ten-fold to the good ybu can poitly
derive from them. Hall's Catar
Cure, manufactured by F. J. J.Cee
& Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains no mer-
cury, and la taken internally, acting
directly oi the blood and muces saur-
faces of the system. In buying BalWs
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen-
uine. It is taken internally and made
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &
Co. Testimonials free. old by druag-
gists. Price 7Ce. per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Pltls for estlpatitlon.
LAUNCH MERRY WIDOW
MAY SEl CHARTEkRED
The launch "Merry Wow," with
canopy top, safe, swift and eomforta-
ble. is for hire at yver Sprngs,
either for a short trip e the rua. for
a moonlight excursion er* pnalo to
points on the river or fay loa tripe to
Paatka or Jackmoyvfle. A careful
pilot and skiled eaglinee always in
charge oathe boat. Ouders oid be
booked several days ahead to make
sure of an engagement. Cal on IK D.
Mathews at the Ocala steam Landry,
or phone him at No. 10L -.M-tt
Crmi Peptmti '
Boa-Bs a td Choedatt
Fresh Sbipat Tty
T. W. TROXLER
t. Angwaste, March t1,-The lw el'
Pre1 Aseeitior closed its session
thie noe. Before doing so It eleet-
ed the tefolowaig oaers, viz: Ham
mow s etr and manager of the at.
SAmedfte onr preademnt; freak
3 6 WM's at. te f= ta the O. ..- ,.,
m hT. .J.Asy.ard otthe .
Whos, T the r.ateral ftee r -. tree .
wer: 0 L 1ttiager. of the Ocala
Star S. national coMftteel ,:
with as ertiatie oC to astst
la pay hig ezpesaes to attend the, -
Natinal Zd t A nea which
ami M no -f ttast, W,, July i1th.
The t o- pd reatlsou appro- -"
W r eg t tme"dal to be com-
Vp*eatSr the atbh s&ool boys sad
loe at Pte3 a, s.uppetnsated by a
s5 gold" mei to be competed for by
the hes or girls capturing the first
prIse. Theme making the. contribu-
ta wme essrs. W. White. C. IL
kttager aud T. J. Appleyard.
The aseolation passed resolutions .
asking Congress to require the postof-
flee dtpartme to desist from printing
beelsg mlts*m os em stamped en-
vekoe^ -* h wA e, by *right, be.-
-kMW jobeb prianag Ma.e ON
Ie nda The asmelataom alne
- p sa rltioms lequsUg the leg-
Mlature to appropriate $25A,0 to ad-
vertise the state.
Tuesday night the citizens of St
Augustine entertained the association
at h Jnew 3e opera house,
wMeo eaet $14,M. with a varied
pro oram t music and oratory. The
speakers were President Hetbflng-
ton, of the Lakeland News, who stood
up for the Integrity and honor of the
state pree against the dishonor that
attaches to the state In Its convIct
leae system, which sentiment won *
gaMa applause" .,
Han. PMank Clark, congressman
from the second district, made a very
pleasing address, the substance and
easmence of which was the aIntegrity and 7
homr f .e stM ate aseleas the in-
diviMl, evteMtly a trust at the
state for not paying CMa WaBes' Just *
claim against the state
The editor e the Star tok the
side e the government in its envelope
pritiag, aatig thh the government
let *e tract to le ewt bidder
and was the "c"t.6 and not the
govesWAet that competed with the
local prater. It ralsed a storm of pro-
tet, as Appleyard. Humphreys and *
Barris ceteanded the government was
doing wOee that belonged to the in- rgs
Last naght a banquet was tendered -
the asoclteoon at the Alcasar Hotel
and it proveD a very elegant ad en- *
joyAbe affair. Col. Taylor ras toast-
master and proved. a past t aster at 9 i
the art His witty introductions pro-
duced much us lamat. Thoe who
-reepoded were Hetherington. Apple-
yard, Powl, Bittnger, Harris and G U li
MtWMllia and Larned of the St. Au-
Sgtne Record. All voted the occa- ha O1. j ft m B h. :
alon a great success.
Tms t oon by special request the as-. ----- t
soclatlm inspected the famous Ponce
de LOM hotel. gased In wonder at the WEATHER FORECAST JAR D EVEU .
magileent dining room that seats -
1i,0 persons and the ovalsover the Washington, April L.-Generally seie s ULe "H. i
entrance Into the hall and over the air tonight and Saturday. P74 tg a
opening into the kitchen which costO lret ig a : -
$4MA .* Also a glimpse at the $17.000 The moUbautifal aster eO are Washingt, Ap -The
mantle la the parlor and the $10,00 prodOced ,bp aarbelued elects. ThIe is aee ba'bet 3 M -
patting' tIn the same gorgeous room. most successful process of dyeiafg ach with the uests sat farther m -
The taInspection of the Record office eggs .1s I f"e Rainbow Barter os ua pon the Htes tiufe l& thea
dalosed the mot perfect, complete Dye Papeis, which ate simple to ue, national cap&ta. A di'amsAt
and effective plant in the state of do not stain and are not polsonous. men prthbIeN uet to ft a p
Florlda and one that does the largest Another set of the. Rainbow Easter Cannon to request that he apgM
Jbb business. Egg Dye Papers will be given tree with temperance adveates esoy' to ts 4i
Wralbo took a look at the old state next Sunday's New, York World. Out eesemittee on the Dietrlet 0a9
armory, being put In effective order of town readers of the world who do ba, which wil page epe dinage -
for ne-a supplying tue state troops not receive a set of these dye papers Uque r eahe-res, -'.I
with supplies et all kinds by Gep. J. will receive a set if they: write to the "Ladles," saln t s7Ue, 5 hew.
C,.R. Pester, an offiees who Is doing Easter Egg Editor. P. 0. fox 1.254. been aasedl'sme ov p -at
lpsendid service for the state, and a New York City. the holae cesn fthb.llI s 15 t
genial, kindly goatleg.'u, whom it that I have ever beg asaedagit
was a pleasure to meeotL ontan s .. *" "i
This afternoon we witnessed the S before the We nllem tellig@
laadbg of Penee de Leon celebrating the awe e aa aetoha lg l ti
the 37th anniversary of this import- ., comatP^wag 9Impo. UK agg g '>g
ant historical event Fully 10.000 ,* Wt en toeeuphala st-4e aigl V
p saw It and it was the most Bi ttee on teJDigriet W ad
and attractive feature that many di ealt masscipal ggagHty
ths city or state has ever witnessed. K dea With it. .igt -e'a --li 1o ad
Sverythiug had a holiday appearance fitted to a ab idea Mail a-
and the cty Is allve with visitors. It terlnlag their qualltesaiiPi W i
has earpassed anything of Its kind eserlesiee Is amnicipal .
ever attempted in attendance and
grandeur In the Ancient City. The 1gggIgP
eelebsatieo lasts two days more. Ocala I g- *
seat the largest delegation to the Slg aeck hi iameed 1w zbhIne
wif e. -i4j
We et .J. C0 ank and wife, of Tr. W ..
New Teork. They were former real- knows a good thina whe bme me ILAA"'
dents aof Otals atm wa I vet Ocala "The-~proof of the puddti is lea e. W t a
Shortly. They ae her e visiting their tag it" and o pateotas have4 i a -
seo, who is connected with the Bust ago' tested our -ntaionwy -andE atlhskn
Coast Railway, books, of asl klOda and 5a the hut wine
grades of paper. We have e.gW at tam t
mOOKM* UVE WONT iIn stock Sl writiu( shAteliMll amid 1*-
TfA Awa ys have the laet thitg e t. is OEAt
TAR A"D CANCHALOWA1 ^ ^.**|X ciIt^.| '^1
boots of all kida.
S the complete Ocal NewA C
eoi ma sadd a w ej bMWhitJW 4N*^ ^ Ai
Ung -wptlet tenditang to comump- -.
tufte- ljvsrws .u1tand wild Cherry
have for ases maintaled aa est-- .
I It omutalna no oarmn. or E . .
(No e xe vtmb, taftog tl
saw to ehfldre. Price $L Sold b
C*6a e ,eveand O wr Od by the 15000 J g. t -
semue kidneI wa .. h lpt .. il.lil. :.. .-.
mawthe wviUt%,,wik*- -
low"r 3i on a
LINE IS UNLUCKY
iht LivmeLestan a aMmuirg-Amer.
i Sn teer at Celem
CeA. April -A finre broke out tt ur p
yeAtsrday of beard the Hambur ig-
American sames Hariato whibt wasZ
lyang alongside her pier. The re was draglets. *-,...-
IS some estm and ermseme between A
deoo aad the ouatterwmte and reca ARI
WeOt Indian lwores were burned to
death. The Sgara Iater in the day d At
wam able.to preeed for orey town. the bodies it Luwg .
DOrag Soe sprtg everyone wowld GeMar
be boebAtetd _ s Pey's M- stre by h ight th
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If you want to .rent a Housem T -,m "-- Oto W- I
If you want to buy a House, ... .. W.... u1..,, ". +. a "
Ohi. Is a goet of the Ocala Booe. low I1 1110 7. ,;__t,
Do you want to sell a Lott, r2 ns .0.so ... __ ...Prot
Or would you prefer to buy a Lot. W-wIop"I"'""otey idi1 a.":a m -
Mrm. Ab.imea Martin. came up g atting umc
It is an undi-puted fat't, that Real Estate brinp .1or r bom Eastare today. tM e e a-
to the amount iuivtel than any other investment will butig. u ptanrs chan Tonic ouaran- ...e... . a o .
If this ir true, and youi Know it. why don't you invest in t ed. Pric* Is. so2 d tr a Odd ru 4 s--s- M an m
Real Estate. HFomies. Farms and all kinds of property for Mr. Mai Hasughto. leaves Monday, -iaao maiS
sale at very low price. for J Jackson lle t:o fske. K
Mrs. J. G. 8p came up from ...>' i*-.^*',;:,,M-i-
MAKE THE START TODAY I h is., tod. o.. ORO OPm, l.
M Mrs. D. W. Ttgapklas went up toI _ _--__ _ _ _
Micanopy to visit fritm eds today. yesterday afterne
FOR RENT"--One six-reem or sey in regular sess mt beilng- i
an. on R.ea yT. BrM Was a bIne en-room cottage. faeyr ewa pr ary meeting before the W,
Virtelo*f to J aefM *l e "oter-. school building: eleetrie ligts fire Florida Medic Soelety
A. FRUANK. Manager, places and bath. Apply to Mrs. R. D in a few days. These w uts e .*.-
l-fI1s tY feie 411es fresh every Puller, 95 South Third street. -31 phrcsl fa s mL
week at the Postoffce Drugstore.
Our poitd paper Is .e best d
for &,sew days-,- Isi- ,"-8 IIU,111011" @ Dna- dtettis, which will albe be rei betoe
,HOT EL ,E -A; the state soty.'The- ele -t
81 North Magnolia Street, Telephone No. W. ualng his home Ina JaMo Iee s at1 *
B T* P. A. Munroe. the Pine turpentine has been for sevef r yew perf.e. ad H.,-' B
Best Meoium Priced Hotel in the ptorwaller tod* aim ,self in the WW. -a
will sever his eoarudlKsa tomenv VgRANt MAo r M ft ,
WANTW-Bna Ird n private family v.:th the Fllorida betriC Co., and .--.-",--
Table is :IOway. s'Pi"plivd with the be's the market affords. by Stleman. wie'and our-year-old ope an office for himself. We wlob The cittee i
Skilled cooking. careful attention to the wants of the gap t. ekA Ar. x T. Z, star ofMce. r l. mayor success In hi new bai- In ea m t .
Good rooms and comfortable beds. Mr. d Mrs. .X s. C&ark o ayette-
Ville, X. C.. ar
Spidal Rates by Week or Me h. C.- ae v e ot. ,ethnS. .inw Jt s aouth on e na ar.eb.len al .U
Sight train to his home and bank in texitma. haa oferet te h
MRS. ROBEIT KA ISEl. PROPRIETRESS, OCAI .. a .aiesa ofs i JSS hima, TRa SwA -
---typeWruter ons easy terms If tdr Mr. tmn Rawls oi J oalle CodKeray a vSr e
Mesrs. Dell Moody and J. B. Mar- afterpoowfn o a bginess trtp Mw o a Marion
s Were goestm of the G House Trk City. Mr. Rawls was quitg e k d maer u e
ETR Lwhile in the metropolls, but Is 6 ldedoe oway or a n etl. Ld
W IN D SO R you both promptness and efc Rev. Ja I. Foom. of Holder was
The Court Plua"m In town today A "e wned acqualt Km : iss M ret An -
an~e with the'f,.itor of the sar.. ilmk. a ag]e
JACiSOWVILLE'S FINEST AND FlI.IR A'S + eia..C W White.. of New York. .iolm some ye&*s ago wase t 1 a t cfe i s .
Is In towar looking after laMd matters tor of the1le ahist chureb at hell. ~r lmmast ie i Tilh m1's
LARGEST and BEST YEA.I an Isa s ues of -the oea Ho. ,view. He was a great beloved and". l s A bad a MB
efficient pastor at Dellerew "and hI her er t. e mto '.met
wave Su s hMe eW visible Pay- wife, wIho is a very sweet woma Istisa dae a.(, I
-----S----- lppmf~~ggWI IL.C. .JI~ & 'o0 a splendd iger. 'The m inetgwas W s et V ,
THOMAS M. WILSON, Prowet__ 7 S. .
---.'sImll in55. a very- pleasant one.
I "- + -- - Mr.D. N. MeL of Tallahamssee. our Charles Leitar. who .ws "mft- ceity.' us d6"31A, V
..... p'opualar coimimerw of agriculture fully macused In y rdas Star of former ina Mm t
as to i JackoTaville yesterday. committing matrimony. e"me in thfe .eletaS up of u
and said he corsd prov ea s ab: two Tuesag ala wil
FOURTEEM BODIES FOUND i PIANO PLAYER'!,, AtN P R,.. OA Alason and sood mule. or three of them lfseeessay. arWle., hUae isc t u "
"-- AFFL PS i W O asyftift. Lobble Hodge, however, edatsed that Iis ,lS WHtg to Oeala tol o-tw^_S3
Havana Harbor Fire More Terrible in -- Orae lake a. D. A. Harman. 1-It to be an edomlplke ain soevent of the tor. Mrr. V. 3M og.
Consequences than at First The Magiian i - ort, as soonas he can find a suttable ; _,
Supposed t n'1 Depeyo partner.. M 4rs, Dem s t
Havana. A,.ril .2.-Th,. ,bodi ,of a kra N f r.# f. a$wa n theve tet- s la I the ci vlfatti -P
fourteen m risingg m,-n from the. lam- as .SaPr. Bm* hat ttOg..aam place:. law, Miss -ea..s lote &
burg Ameri'can lino st'e-.m-r Alten- New York. April .-lne. Jean W-.vt Mhr e
burgr. d(etroved, by fir. Monday, were Paderrwski and wife mailed for trope Miss Lat Svester, *bW ho. has been Q D. Juba
found In the harbor ye..terday. All yesterday. The magician of the plan quite sk for some days. I able to be at Crstal tv r, .befo l
evidently were drnwnsd in an att'mipt may never charm agaln In AAerlea, out again.. I 11
to *,apj. from th.*- ,ur:ing v .->isl. ,s-ib!y never agiln anywhere. He ew lot of wide patent leather u 1W Im 3 ies
will devote the principal part of life New lot of wide patent leather "KWMiss Valeta fttter reta me ete
FR mnL n of ti" 1 n.re oine mstaning to him to comr beltf r ebInIe r his al Lo B.
Remingtnfn ,and ,n, Smith ir.mier nfars prove true. / Masaers CO.: als lidl" am wash belts. 1+i.ht.
tyi.writer. ('heal, for cash. Aj,ply to The reason for this retpaWde the tf, gattoorow. saGo
R. T. A'iam~. mous pianist virtually admittedwa P.Q y of ieintonaPetteivay ottna and GeorgeW'e a B
"piano player's. or*m~' 4re in t to- m patek -
creping malady dtrer PK(> dayw- LOST-A gold seal raig, wi th l.n '
Sears of brilliant and ere-Wftarl dian head both sides of maL a- The pretty new ,im 4'41 M.Inl
THE COMMERCIAL .5tf b elli ta t an I..bea Laura IA .orwd "returned this Itials . e Eon. Lost last V- MI.. r gie Ka .h
the career of a. MMrIs wn-afs.o as ult to D A D day between the gymnasium sa Mr,. n is .mr a -p etms ewBB
ABL SH O time. .4 m O at arrno. While on I Jake Brown's resideeL. bRal w- Mr & an. A W i
--- AMERICAN N6MELI ILL O nM1ed auto mn m. MU. tE, wba -- i-sf ll. :-e&
Opens into the lobby of th+.! ^,, ^^K. ; ^.+ Mr. ,. & I pham of .. k ^.bon+ ,s ,a55e gsa d-S allgi
.Opens int-o th lobby of th M and Mrs. -ee Lrtle, who have Weir. wasd business tor to me era toM tieaces. C as i
Ocala H SIri orento. italy,- Ail, 1A- beaet pleas naxt guest. of the Campbell ...ity today sad made he .a an ap aa avebeai a
eCrawforu. te .. ..A.merican for lh I I5 e tow some weeks, left today to pciatey talL He mail the .intep and srbbery ptuated. i lIM*t+9
Offers the very best service of woriourly Il1._ A mde tunroin.: vfor: t .--isit -riends at Stanton. tourists were returning om"'e,
skilled workmen with modern ap- "rofemor ieuriea e ste director or BA .wnn *ufa "oe d t ts a IP. sPaTn Tea.. imm pl/.-e._e
plianccs; Strictlh sanitary. rc the medical doa. at meJt. ve .. atd:e: took pr t Mrio Cout Gibn' adpm that ata
tric fan., electric massages. ple.. Wacalled awn ave b Paer. Prie 4 bieL 0 D. GeeL Dshown at the Masters Co. re ln wit M m Mrs 3 +
b He found the aelig f tr t'Fiseet, PIne, FIa. $-l-t t" e newest thd most popular styles sad rturuad obeh t.is d a. my
VINCENT C. DETTERICH, Manager. which. It is fented, ufilifh WreIyp hitn WR AIL-Orange grove at south tan e a w s Ask to sy ee-them
pneumonia. " ake Weir. mow in full bloom. Your
"OBOA D, Ahale. a a5s or il-acre grove at a M. and Mrs. T. J. IBliaklo of Mad- w n ug, .4
I POSTPONED +uI.I." lAy. Imr-gaIo the anst few days. Come ison, who have beue vsitig their a .,gist, ya.
The trial In Galneasve of Win. A. Nse me at oce.. W. N. Wilson. South children, Mrs. GeOrg Taylor and Dr. tlake yeste ay ad .
0. BBxRcy and Tiaae, dilli e L Wke ir. l-:3-zt L. P. Blalock, returned home yester- St the Campbell flse
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER a pr s h e sp d or in ptures, will be Mr. F. Ftts, of Oneonta N.Y., Mrs. Lie Ca
Plans furnished cult court. :4". UA Beau in a Flat" and "The Tramp's bemfited by taking Jblers 0r11o day to vtst her daughter, Mrs. 4tb=
-t wil unklak all the smles you Lexitive and I think it is the best McRae for. seveisa weeks.
on application. IPrYOu ONLY *W have Ib )eMl. to coi up in a week. remedy for ciasdpadom .and liver_ 1
The merits of the Teas rju, we e trouble." fe-y's Or-ate laitv to Judge W. a* s in tW.led
O B 4 cala Ft. 4wl aver.o w er sr Mabblad- PIN si-a pway to school this 6est ftorwmml cahed rm an. I isa w I-
dira' X .ena .ml tratile. ILutte two morAiB2 April d aerdoent-shaped ,i, ple3nmi and aSn!ba to1e 16 et basi sS? I^sfnts
month tre tan t.. 9dSet "M clasp piwith forget-me-not. oo splendid spring ed It
or by malt Send for temtimle. Dr. It. Finder will peace return to the cleanse trhe sIJy t M M Dr. M i a n
IrL W. Hal. 292 Olive mWeet, Sltar otioe and receive suitable re- complexion. SWoI&b#a& A 4 t.-A. .,t tO.r'-.M u w ..j
Y Louis..Mhaours. wcd. -
SMOONLIGIT NIlt! K Miss Miriap Pasteur, who taught and suver 8p 1g e11ua1 efshne .*.AI '^\
FUNERAL DIRECTORS Are now on. young t.o and thia a this season Paa.. i te city ain gotes in wl plese. 29. j 3e i
the time to orgauni fe. ta S0ISt. of be sef. Mrs. C. I. Cul- to the OklwaI Ia *a m eeive "e- jsigat the. "4 ,
Undertakers and Embalmers for t" Silver Wp",r A a, ve w ar geens t ~w.
waia river. fit.h ow. a t- '1 thaer s tei meWa t'a-
0. L MclVER ALFRED E. OW.Nry Widowa fewdays a Callpect the new lot of pFOB ENT*--A (.feg4e m w Itase,
Under lakers 1 the lovely trip to Del's muff. men's qztordf at H. B. Masters Co. All screened whadow6 1tei Ot.an, O
UndoakoD e ra lovely tr, ip r3?to[ *Ea11.9 0 M ._
Wee., nd bottom. They guarantee, tOhe Van e m eV. :iam.
Fi Caskets and Burial Robes wasn't ac Ar W f nof* very pair theg ml .ndals .
All Work Done by Licensed Em- good merowdatot he ow d r i Mr. James. ar a eM .,1
balmers and Fully Guaranteed. all who went were well faol MAtter R. L. Anderson returned a blE1 tki t to MeA. a .
*-*** both in pictures a"nd ue Its a* N hie last ight fhm a professional
ways a safe propobtlte to be ott t to IahjAe i i -* .
CAoA PRESrfnIi dCLUB doors In Flo I. ,It i 't pow rtg "ia Mine wA,
rain. The elevating te ey ttof tt- Mr. Je Davis, the up to date far- severe &am
J. J. FORT, Proprietor eriture was emphaxsed by 'atng a I" t su "Sn kao Sa mA t t oat i.
SRates reasonable-All goods a number, ofbackS ePe f wasIn towno today and e m vi
Rates reasonable-All 906(15 Dai Banner as cushios to the s fi pigsty of rain i hisbsection bettei tt- tO 112 W 1",10%109
Pressed and Cleaned on Short No- what damp meats. ld wit warm weather truck "a a l i- .t
twice and Delivered Promptly. Allmk pg- ,. m growth. The season
transient work not called for ir 3 nThe0 "rtue sueof -we a- *--If- -L h- -avm r ow e ltac a X
dav. w'l .eld for charges. friction cleanao wth c wi r -. Or Ium palmer s the best we Tsh tI e khh p V Ie11 t *.m i
out bith tah. is a tople at eoap MtM- -r 4A had Nw lot Jut i. Come ... MM,, .
tdom. Call and se- It -bm seele rNao a s rtogm Mn
lock an& ea. tt adm seLe t Thee P14toce Drug- -- l. r 4m d411hal :..,
I block*l. e e -. / a m by a
C Mr. Lews IL Tarei mi a las t WKn naAm AT Tea veL max.z s m -M h--. a
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OCA- LA ,
TIE Sm II.M- ,
Are the. Mu~ta, the MCIefr a
of thecit,*0 a* -merso ie ro.
We aamm iwodte AllClaun s. a
sad -wv g who have buitsand ane
We solict a shame of Mr huhm.e
a cauk b
-- hot t
NF a uM~f-
MOUSE FERNISHINS iW
ft G* hueIn CA" ul~
AIMbe Pem a ift
took owow gildkm gi
so ym reu
gin A ath'a od
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40 -40w. Mai
Western Beef, Veal, Florida
Mutto, Ahnour' Star Bam, .
Saumge, Cabbge, RutCtbag.
Sweet Potatoe, Irish PotmiomauJ
Me~ In the ush~o al
I ~~sta11W the
bo*4 hbk" balm is
Rout Quawts $3.50. Iefi
This is a Choice, High Ogadoiu
Rye Wttskey and.weR y
it to be a ood a any bo1 di
key on the market, that b la0i-
quart. . .
b my O ftifiv Vyou
by homing good dge
is ~~~ ~ Iok idIn-ms
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