Volume 14, No. 265.
OCM AA.FLORIA MNA YO9 APRILso5, UL
Thls ther makes btlter cakes
ad BEATEN BISCUIT ta any
ofter. ?UITY FLOU, is ready
hr mse, and does ot require
any baking powder or Feoda.
Wilk PURITY FLOUR yoE can
eal te man that kHld himself
Guaraneed AbsMldy uare.
0. K. GROCERY
CLARK BROS., Proprietors
TWO 'PHONES 174
R. D. FULLER,
Office Over Munroe & Chambliss.
J. E. CHANCE
Rooms 9, 1o an, Ii, ,
Second Floor, Holder Block.
L. F. BLALOCK
0ic Over Comerdal Bak
Office Hour--4 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. m
CHARLES D. HULBERT, 1. D.
Office Second Floor The Munroe and
Clamblies Bank Building. Ocala.
Telhponea: Office, 222; Residence, 221
9-12 a. m.. 2-4 p. m.. 7:20-520 M
BARBL R SHOP
Opens, into the lobby of the
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Eicce
tric fans, electric massages.
i Runninl Water at WI Times
VINCENT C. DETTERICH. Manager.
C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder.
Plans and Speriications Furnished
Ocala, Fla. Phone 130
lertakers and Embalmers
D. L MeIVER ALFRED E. OWI.N
Fie Caskmets aid SnBoal Rbes
All Work Done by Licensed Em-'
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
A BSY SEN AHEM BARGMIS INRESIDENCE LOTS!
A General Forecast of What May be
Expected During this Meeting of
the Legislature Did you ever stop to think that there are a very few vacant real-
deace lotW In Ocala that are desirably located, that are for sale. Well,
Ta!lahassee. April 4.-With the this id very much the case. The following short list comprises more
nearing of the date for the opening than half of all the desirable lots in the best part of the eastern half of
of the 1909 legislature, Tallahassee is town that are for sale. At the rate the city is building, most of these
taking on a busy air.
That it's going to be one of the bus- will be bought and will have homes built on them before two more
lest sessions in the history of the years are passed. If you are thinking of building a home to live in or
state nobody has the least doubt For a house to rent as an investment and want to locate in the best part
besides the amendment to the consti- of town, where, after you have put your money into it, the property
tution for state wide prohibition there
are many other bills of probably as not depreciated by reason of a poor or undesirable location, then
much general interest to the state as look into these properties. They are all well located, choice building
those that are scheduled for introduc- lots, for residence purposes. In a little while., it will be to late, and
tion. The indications are that there if you build you will have to locate your house where you may regret
are going to be enough bl!Is Introduc- it
ed1 on nearly every possible subject
that a I. gis'ator can think about with- wNg. 1-Oem splendid corner lot on Oklawaha avenue, -froting Mrs. Stan-
in the first ten days to keep things de] 's. In Oklawaha Park, 72x114 feet, street on two sides, alley
bustling the rest of the time. on back. Price ............... .. .. .............. .$1,0.
Scme of the I su No. S-One good lot on Earl street north of W. W. Condon's and 1 south
Prohibition, good roads. disfran- of Condon's on same street, 75x115 feet each. Price .. .MA.OO
chilsfment. the guarantee bank de-
positp, the Wailes claim, the state pri-. No. --Splendid building lot on Oklawaha avenue, in Oklawaha Park,
mary law. re-apportionment and Im- fronting the Episcopal rectory. 72x114, alley In rear of lot. Price,
migration are just a few of the im- on terms .............................. ........ .es".ee
iortant matters that promise to keep o. 4---One nice lot in Oklawaha Park, facing south, on postoffice street,
things stirring at a swift clip through very centrally located, back of Sol. Benjamin's house. 90x130, with
the entire ixty days. There are some alley in rear of lot. Price..................... .. ...00
determined county division fights
scheduled also which will demand time No. --Three lots adjoining the above. ,72x130, alley in revr, central
andi attention. location. On terms. price, each ...... ...... ...... ..$700.00
A State Good Roads System No. @---One corner lot adjoining above, 72x130 feet, alley in rear. nice-
A proposition for the bonding of the ly located, street on two sides. On terms, price ....... S90.00
state for $2,000,000 for good roads has
bef n incorporated into a bill by the No. 7--One splendid corner lot on Oklawaha ave.. fronting residence
Arcadia board of trade and It Is pret- of Mr. L. Horne, part of Benjamin lands. 77x114 feet. Price
ty c, rta.n that the bill will be Intro- c ... ...... ...... ....... ........ .... ... . 700.00
ducdl. It is receiving the endorse- No. S--One lot adjoining above on Oklawaha avenue. 77x114 feet.
nlnt of the boards of trade of several Cash ....................... .... .... ........ 00.00
cities in the state and it will be very
strongly urged before the legislature. No. 9-Corner lot adjoining above and fronting Mrs. Badger's resi-
A state system of good roads is pro- dence, Oklawaba avenue. 77x114 feet. Cash ...... .. .$004.0
posed under the plan. This system
wo.l,. cover practically the entire No. O-10-One nice corner lot on Oklawaha avenue, fronting Mrs. Bad-
state and would bring the different ger's residence, 110x114 feet. Cash ............... I.700.00
rsctions into close touch where no good No. 11-Two good lots 75x110 et each on Ray street, rear of D. S.
roads now exist. The system propos- Woodrow's residence. Cash, each ............. .... $... 00.00
,'d includes good roads from Jackson-
ville to Pensarcia, from Tampa to No. 12-Two good lots, 75x115 feet, fronting above on Ray street,
Plant City. from Plant City to Lake Each ............ ...... ....... .............. .$300.00
City and Gainectville. from Gainesville
to Jacksonville via Palatka. from No. IS---Two good lots front of Jake Brown's residence, on Tuscawilla
Jacksonville to Miami via St. Augus- and East Adams streets; has good well and new fence, 65x117
timw. from Plant City to a point on the each. Price $400 each, or for the two ............ .. ..$70.00
Jacksonville and Miami route near No. 14-Good corner lot in Oak Park, fronting residence of W. H.
X. w Smyrna via Orlando and Lake- Clark on East Adams street. Price .......... ...... 225.00
land. Palatka via DeLand Intersect-
ing read from New Smyrna to Orlando No. 15--8ix nice lots near in, all fenced, suitable to build cottages on
Rartew Junction to Fort Myers via to rent. Price for all ..... ............ ..%. $750.00
Hartow. Arcadia and Punta Gorda.
It I1, proposed that the route thru No. 1---Two splendid lots on South Third street, near water tower,
each county shall be selected by the 65x231 feet Price, each ............. ........ ... ..3800.00
county comml.sioners and that the No. 17--One lot adjoining above same size. etc. Price ......$830.00
work shall.be done by the county tho' This property is splendid location, high elevation, etc. The total
undmr state inspection. If the road frontage, 195x231 feet can be had. for ..... ... $800.00
comes up to slpecll,'ations the county
shall receive $1500 per mile from the IF YOU ARE INTERESTED. SEE ME MT ONCE. I HAVE A FEW
state out of the bond fund and $250 LT I O L ATION
will be paid for each mile that is up OTHR TS IN GOO ATIONS.
to requirements, but not on the lines
of the state system.
Disfranchlsement of the negro is FRANK W DITTO
going to be a warmly discussed ques-
tion again this session. It is expected
that Senator Don C. McMullen will Real Estate and ire:- insurance
introduce the bill.
Guarawto of Bank Deposits
Senator McMullen is also going to -
introduce a bill for the state guaran-
tee of bank deposits. The plan for Humphries' friends declare that he is MIXES THE MESSAGES
such a guarantee on a national scaleloing to show a whole lot more
was originated by William JenningsI strength than he is credited with. Wireless Telegraphy impairs the Tel-
Bryan and was incorporated as a Ion L. Farris, of Duval county. *phone Service at Wilmington
plank n the democratic platform "Jeemr" E. Alexander of Volusia. Syd Wilmington. Del., April ..-Tele-
adopted at Denver. The plan has L. Carter, of Alachua. W. A. MacWill- phone service throughout this city has
proven a failure in some states but it aIt ms, of St. Johns, and L. E. Rober- been seriously impaired since the in-
ik saId to have proven successful in son, of Suwannee, are among thecan- stallation of a wireless teligraph sta-
Oklahoma didates for the speakership. and S. D. tIon here, its high tension, wires at-
Cl. an w..i C.lim Clarke of Jefferson is also among the tracting current from the telephone
larmk and wai!s Cam menUtioned. Up to two weeks ago ev- wires. About the only thing heard
Congressman Frank Clark of the erybody said it was either Farris or most of the time in the telephones is
second district has been employed by Carter. Farrnis has been working hard the clicking of the wireless message
Col. S. I. Wailes to take charge of for a Ion time and he is prepared to that are being sent out and received.
another fight for his claim against the make the strongest kind of a fight.
state. His friends have considered him an
State Primary Law easy winner, but Carter's friends claim RHEUMATISM
Fault is found by some with the the same and now nobody knows just
present state primary law and an et- where he's coming out. Fully nine out of every ten cases of
fort will be made to change it mater- Farris and Carter are both ariti- rheumatism are simply heumatism
ally though in Just what way can prohibitionists and as they are known of the muscles, due to cold or damp
hardly be said. to be running each other pretty close, or chronic rheumatism, neither of
New Counties Will Call for Reappor- if prohibition enters into the argument which require any Internal treatment
Nw CountienmC for Rethere Is a probability that the whole All that is needed to afford rellef is
onment mix-up will result in Alexander, who the free application of Cbambertaln'ss
There are some warm county dl- is a proh, landing the speaker's chair. Liniment and massagang the affected
d- d h li. ti ThU. is L
vision n r.gts s eIouit, lU trom Lue anu
Hillsborough counties especially. New
counties have to have representation
and if the new ones are created, reap-
portionment will have to be made.
Immigration Bill Probable
Immigration lost out in the last leg-
islature but If a good bill is introduc-
ed this time there are a number of
legislators who stand ready to bhck it.
There is a. strong sentiment growing
in the state against the convict leajs
system and this will probably be an
issue before the 1909 session.
May Abolish Treasurer's Offices
An effort may be made in the pres-
ent legislature to pass a law abolish-
ing the office of county treasurer.
Uniformity of Text Beoks
Uniformity of 'text books for the
schools of the state will again be a
hard fought question. The school su-
perintendents of the state adopted
resolutions opposing state uniformity
at a meeting held a few weeks ago.
Jacksonville and Pensacola will each
FHT iiffO W Rtt
Two and a Half Million Dellars Wert
of Property Dastroyed and Thous-
ands of People Mad Hemnlemss .
Fort Worth, Texas. April 4.-Start-
ing in a barn. presumably from a
carelessly thrown cigarette, fire yes-
terday afternoon destroyed property
In the southern portion of Fort Worth
to an extent conservatively estimated
at $2.500.000, caused the death of one
person, J. J. Newton. of Krum. Texas,
and rendered several thousand persons
The fire originated at Jennings av-
enue and Peteranith street, in the cen-
ter of a fashionable residence d1trlct
and fanned by a stiff wind, was be-
yong control within fifteen momutee
after it was discovered. Spreading to
the south it burned its way through
thirty-two blocks and continued until
It had swept through the yards of the,
Texas and Pacific railroad, destroy-
ing the railroad buildings and a large
amount of rolling stock. There the
fire practically burned Itself out, as
nothing further remained in the path-
way of the flames.
Death of the Brave Sailor who Com-
manded the Spanish Fleet at
Puerto Real. Spain. April 4.-Vice
Admiral Pasquale Cervera, who corm-
m*anded the Spanish fleet in the battle
of Santiago, Cuba, died here yester-
Admiral Cervera was retired from
the active list of the Spanish navy on
December 14 last at his own request
on account of failing health. He suf-
fered from an affection of the heart.
Admiral Cervera was born on Febru-
ary 18. 1839. At the outbreak of the
war with the United States he sailed
from the Cape Verde islands with four
cruisers and three torpedo boat des-
troers in April, 1898, entered the har-
bor of Santiago de Cuba. May 19, and
lost his entire fleet off that port July
3, in an attempt to force his way thru
Admiral Sampson's blockading fleet.
BAD FIRE IN PALATKA -
Electric Light Plant Damaged and
City Must Depend on
Palatka. April 4.---Fire, which broke
out. presumably in shavings used for
fuel, at the furnace of the Palatka
-Gas Light and Fuel Company, at 2:45
V'clock yesterday, destroyed the dyna-
mos of the electric light plant and
consumed the woodwork above the dy-
namo room and boiled. The loss to
property sustained is roughly estimat-
ed at 54,000.
The flames soon spread to a lot of
pine cord wood, piled between the fur-
nace and the offices of the.Tilghman
shingle mill, and for a while it was
thought that building was doomed,.as
a brisk wind was blowing toward It.
Had It not been for the effective ser-
vice of the firemen and an abundance
of water, the chances are that many
thousand dollars' worth of property
would have gone up In smoke.
It will require some time to repair
the damage, so Palatka. In the mean-
time, will be in darkness. The loss Is
doubtless covered by Insurances
IT'S A TOP NOTCH DOER
Great deeds compel regard. The
world crowns its doers. That's why
American people have crowned Dr.
King's New Discovery the King of
Throat and Lung Remedies. Every
atom is a health force. It kills germs,
and colds and la grippe vanishes. It
heals cough racked membranes and
coughing stops. Sore, inflamed bron-
chial tubes and lungs are cured and
hemorrhages cease. Dr. Geo. More,
Black Jack. N. C, writes: "It cured
me of lung trouble, pronounced hope-
less by all doctors." Sc, $1. Trial
bottles free. All druggists.
SPARKMAN SPOKE POR HIS STATE
Doing His Best to Retain the Duty on
Cotton and Lumber
Washington. April 4.-Eleven mem-
bers were in their seats yesterday,
h h_ h* z f tnro- mtiva_
Those who want the legislature to 51J15 5t wu --*vm,-W. p,, w, .u tia,,-,
submit a constitutional amendment to disagreeable or unplee nt about this met to further consider the Payne
the people for a referendum vote on liniment The relief from pain whieh Itariff bill. It was the smallest attend-
state-wide prohibition are not all init affords is alone worth many times ance of the special session and dem-
favor of a fight from the start. Some Its cost. Price 35 cents, large sise S0 onstrated the fact that-interest la the
believe If they will only wait until ev- cents debate has practically disappeared.
erything is running smoothly the fight l_-,--- Mr. Sparkman. democrat. fid,
can be made on the floor of the two opened the discmsion by making an
houses and won, but that if it is fore- earnest plea for the restoration of th
ed on in the organization that strong rDingley rate on lumber and the Im-
antagonism will be aroused which will Bt position of a duty of S cents a pound
place the amendment in great jeop- -on an cotton imported into the Unit-
ardy. In Cennection With the Hotel Offme ed States.
IF YOU ONLY KNEW Skilled workmen and courteous at-
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you tentlo nto all. Special attention to Undigested food and gas In the
would never suffer from kidney, blad- children, stomach, located just below the heart,
der or rheumatic trouble. -31 bottle two, -- presses against it and causes heart
months" treatment Sold by druggists ELECTRIC MASSAGE palpitatlgn. When your heart trou-
,*r by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr. bles you in that way take Herblne for
E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street, St.- HOT AND COLD WATER a few days. You will soon be all right.
Louls, Missouri.L 0c a' bottle. Sold by the Anti-Mono-
OXFORD WON THE RACE
Sixty-Sixth Annual Contest Pulled
Off in Less Than Twenty Minutes
London, England. April 4.-Oxford
defeated Cambridge in the historical
R. A.DE[tEEC10. Pmrinet
Are the mechdants, e1 okm
of the city, the bara=*:( 1 4jv?
Wre am'cw"WAoSak&f din .
and womm uim wb. lveh* u0
We solicit a do"zeof ym wbu
Very Lite Stys,
sigma. f Sa Tfulips aIm5*
pretty G04066s ds~y~
Ww" ~s g~
S 1 ". . ...
.A .. ., 4
q '~' IVA
The iy kqe0
Lookemr Ow a
mank yew p~
f RESH, MEATSWI
maituu, Arnaur ipt a li me ik
W. P. E
OA ~ U ~
poly Drugstore. f7 "M am L 1
A RIFT IN THE LUTE 41
Richest Woman in the World Wants
to Obtain a Divocee A gA eSt e AM b -I& e"
Berlin. April 3.-It Is reported at fled wUS wnG b
Essen that there .Is nr.abaility of di- owrra w a-4106 7 44
"'-w-WIM -.1, xw= z
OCALA EVMN STAR MONVA, APRIL S IS
C. L Bttngr and IL R. Crrel,
Editors and PtubIsrs.
C. L. 1A TINm ER, E dtir
R. I CARROLe. SWme00 0 m"r
THE STAWS EM KOMION
Th Eveanir Star wil luse an
master edition ry or Mrday af-
ternoon. The edition will be the best
and handsomest we have ever issued
The covers will be o heavy enameled
book paper, the advartle ets band.
sonely illustrated and prited In col-
on. The tront page is a very hand-
some color design. appropriate to the
season. The Insldd pag- either eight
or twelve In number, seven-column In
sute, will contain several original ar-
ticles by local writersI ad many prot-
ty illustrations. The Star has secur-
ed a large number of handsome, right
up-to-now cuts for its advertisers in
this Issue and sterotyped these cuts
from mats on Its new sterotyping out-
ft. If the advertising man does not
Set to see you and you want space
for spring and summer advertising In
this Issue. get your copy In as early
HUNTING A LOST PARENT
The daughter of G. W. Bowne of In-
diana, who came here several days
ago to look for her father, returned
bome 'this morning. Her father left
his home to come to Leroy, Marion
county, to take up a homestead and
since which time he has not been
beard from. The lady understood her
father left a very valuable property
In Marion county, but her investiga-
tion disabused her mind of this.
The lady who was seeing bher
father Is Mrs.. Rill McCracklin, of
Pimento. Ind. Any information regard-
ing her father, Geo. W. Bowne, will be
gratefully received by her. If her
father is living be is 77 years of age
At the Baptist church yesterday
Pastor Carrdll preached one of his
eloquent soul stirring sermons to a
large and intensely appreciative au-
dience. -His theme was the earthly
temple of King Solomon as a type of
the spiritual temple taught by the
Apostle Paul. In his discourse he
gave a minute account of the build-.
lag of the temple at Jerusalem, the
number of men employed and how
they were classified, alnd emphasized
the fact that during the whole seven
years of its construction there waw
perfect harmony among the army of
workmen and held the same need of
harmony to be a fundamental prin-
ciple of good church fellowship. The
choir was augmented by several vol-
unteers and 't6 red some very fine
music. The baritone solo of Mr. Hall,
"Pace to Face," was certainly beau-
tiful In tone and expression and was
much enjoyed' all te 1l2ge cmn-
grmuaton pin L .. v .
Mr. Geo. H. Chappin and *itfe of
Boston, who have been guests of the
Ocala House for several days, left this
afternoon for Galnesville. Mr. Chap-
pin is the editor and proprietor of the
"Health Resort." a Boston publication
that makes a specialty of promoting
health resorts sad the hostelries of
the same. He has been coming to
Florida for years, became enamored
of the state, has a delightful winter
home at,. 8t,. vge wtIe, .ware he
spends a mo4h or, two each season.
Sunday. Mr. ad Mrs. happin attesd-
ed services at the Baptist and Meth-
odist chuwbtes and wenr delighted
with the*ersmolM their heard.
Dr. J. C. Boocr has on display at
the Commrclil Bank a ack of lyon
beans, sent him for distribution by the
Gainesville Experimental Station. They
are of the white and black varieties.
The last named color were given the
Saron Parms for experimentation.
Te beans greatly resemble the velvet
bean. The doctor also received a lot
of Spanish peanuts, each pod con-
taining three well developed kernels.
Dr. Booser has a freak ear of corn at
the bank sent up by some one at Bel-
levlew. One-third of the grains on the
cob are blood red and the test Ivory
The veteran Alexander McQuali,
who suffered such agony from cancer.
died at Fort McCoy on the 17th of
March. He had reached the ripe old
age of 8. During the war he was
a gunsmith in the Confederate ser-
vice. He was born In North Carolina,
moved to Georgia when a young man.
served during the civil war from that
state and for the last fifty years has
resided at Fort McCoy.
The following are competitors for
Dr. J. C. Booser's corn prizes, namely:
Herman Owens. Emmet Riley. Hayden
Owens. Elmer Park, W. W. Willough-
by. Lyon Sanders and Gordon Moor-
head. all of Ocala; Banks Flewellen,
Mcintosh: Charles and Miller Mixson.
Micanopy; Stafford Stokes, Frank
Jennings anfd Wheaton Barter. Fair-
ield: George Dansby. Reddick.
The Booster's Club of Eastis elect-
ed Its of cers last week to carry on
the work of the club. namely, to boost
Eistis, one of the most delightful vil-
lages in the state. It Is their purpose
to secure 200 members for their club
and are already preparing to make the
22nd of February the greatest day in
the history of the town.
The Tampa Tribune of Sunday con-
tains the premium list awarded by
the judges of the late State PFIr held
In that city. The state appropriation,
not yet paid. is $15, for the late
fair. also $IS."# appropriated for the
fair of 1907. also not paid by the state.
The awards for premiums is $15.05.7L.
The amount over $1,00 is assumed
by the fair management and will be
PRM ASSOCIATION POINTt.
One of the unexpected happentaings
at the State Press meeting at St. Au-
gustine was the conversion of Editor
Willis B. Powell. late owner of the
St. Petersburg Independent. It all
came about by a beautifully prepared
prayer, which the rector of the Epis-
copal church read on the eveinla
when the people of St. Augustine give
an entertainment' for the delectation
of the visiting editors. The iteldemt
was the more remarkable because the
rector did an unusual thing, read his
prayer, something along spiritual lines
that is seldom seen or heard these
dais. As intimated, the prayer was
a very beautiful and touching one. the
sentiments were fine and noble and
the diction employed to express the
heart-felt thoughts of Its autnor was
indeed Addisonian. Now Powell has
roamed the world over. seen all peo-
p.4s of the earth and experienced all
climes and ft remained for him to vishl
the oldest city of the Ameriean con-
tinent and of. these United States, and
have his heart touched by the simple
but touching and appealing words of
a plain every day Episcopal rector.
Now, this evidence was equally startl-
ing to the association, for It was all
of Poweirs telling. As no one had
suspected up to that hour that Poweli
had experienced a change of heart
but that he had hto own words are in
evidence, by getting up in open session
and requesting that the prayer as read
be made a part of the proceedings ol
the meeting of the Press Association
and the same be embodied in the of-
ficial published report. In making
this modest request, Mr. Powell said
he had never heard a prayer that so
touched him as that one did. He had
always believed in the application ol
the sentiments expressed in it, name-
ly: that the power of the press should
never be abused that Its primal
thought and purpose was to clothe the
misdeeds of the world with a mantle
of charity; to speak Ill of or misrep-
resent on one: if you couldn't say a
good word of a person to remain sil-
ent, but to push and smile that oth-
ers might be Induced to do the same,
and was free to confess that prayer
had tully converted him and so im-
pressed was he with it, he asked for
Its publication, so he could always
have it with him as a memorial of the
last meetflg he ever expected to be
present with the state association, an
his face would shortly be set toward
the "Golden Horn," where in a little
while he would again take up the bur-
dens and pleasures of journalism and
speed his declining days in the Occi-
dent free from the cares and veza-
tions Incident to the fact that his for-
tune he had made in the newspaper
business at St Petersburg, pleasantly
assured him. The editor of the Star
noting the state of mind and heart of
Powell, a prime favorite with every
member of the association, moved and
it was seconded, that the association
have printed in the highest type of
the art preservative of all arts, the
prayer and the same be sent to Mr.
Powell In hs Pacific Coast home, with
th, best wtshes of the association. The
inSident was so unique and Imptessive
and withal so rare in Its happening,
that it marks an epoch in the history
of theeassoelation. Among the pleas-
ures of the meeting of the association
was the greeting of Mr. Edgar, the fa-
mous "Short Talks" man of the T.-U.,
Jacksonville. No one column of the
paper is more eagerly scanned each
day than Is that' one devoted by Mr.
Edgar to "Short Talks," In which he
invariably has some kindly but point-
ed paragraph referring to an Item
,found.in the state press. Mr. dlgar's
words are not only kindly, but his
spirit is of the broad and tolerant
kind. without discriminate or bias,
and when. he dissents from opinions
expressed, he does It In a spirit and
tone that. leaves the effect of a ben-
edletion spoken. Mr. Edgar was call-
ed on for a speech, but said his health
had not been of the best and desired
to be excused, but the urgency with
which the members insisted be should
talk brought forth remarks along
lines already indicated that were In-
deed cheerful and helpful to every
newspaper man present. By the way,
the Star heard with incee regret
that Mr. Edgar was taken suddenly
ill while in St. Augustine and had to
be taken to Jacksonville. We trust
for the genial aqd kindly gentleman a
speedy recovery. Another person we
were deeply Interested in, but only
knew by reputation was W. LUvingston
Larnerd. the versatile writer on the St.
Augustine Record. He is equally at
home In prose or poetry and his ser-
eral columns a day in that excellent
publication are replete with wit,
humor and wisdom, and are a delight
and inspiration to all who peruse
them. The amusing part of the Larn-
erd personality was his age. We had
always Imagined him a venerable sear
and philosopher, with plentiful streaks
of the youthful spirit which resides in
writers of good appetite and good di-
gestion, and Judge of our surprise
when he was introduced at the editors'
banquet as the youngest man of the
FPber pushers, who looked more like
twenty than eighty. Ere we sit down
a word about Harry Brown, the able
editor and manager of the St. Augus-
tine Record, who certainly did him-
Self proud in his efforts to make the
meeting a success in ever particular.
and what he did for the boys and girls
of the state press was a plenty In
seeing that their every want was sup-
plied and every hour in their visiting
home. moments of ethical and social
delight. May be ever be the genial,
generous and kindly and knightly Har-
ry Brown he has shown himself to be,
and his shadow never grow less, for
In the memory halls of the editors
present he will truly occupy a niche
of fame and a sweet remembrance
that time will not efface. Here's to
Harry Brown and the St. Augustine
I am prepared to take any Job of
BURNED TO DEATH
Miss Virginia Carter Lost Her Life
When Her Historic Home was
Winchester, Va, April 5.-Miss Vir-
ginia Carter, the young daughter of
Reese B. Carter. burned to death in a
fire which -destroyed her home. Yellow
House, at Rest, this county, one of the
most historic structures in the state.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Carter were badly
burned In a futile effort to save their
daughter. They are expected to re-
Yellow House was more than 200
years old, and was the scene of many
notable* events during revolutionary
and civil war times. General George
Washington stopped there while on his
way to Braddock's relief at Fort
Duquesne, and during the conflict be-
tween the states it was the home of
Miss Rachel Wright. whose informa-
tion to General Sheridan was of such
value to the Pederal army during his
valley campaign that Congress voted
her a gold medal in appreciation of her
services. The origin of the fire which
destroyed the historic pile is un-
MacWILLIAMS MAY RETIRE
And Ion Farris Seems Sure to Win the
Tallahassee. April 5.-William Ma< -
Williams, of St Johns county. Is ex-
pected to retire from the race for the
speakership of the house today, leav-
ing what is considered a clear field
for I L. Farris, of Duval. It in Kener-
ally believed here that Farris will be
elected on the first ballot. Joseph
Humphries of Manatee and F. M. Hud-
son of St. Lucle, seem to be tied for
presidency of the senate.
NICKNAMES OF STATES
In response to a request for the
nicknames for the various states the
Georgian presents them below:
Delaware--Blue Hen State.
Georgia--Cracker State and Empire
State of the South.
Kentucky-Blue Grass State.
Maine-Pine Tree State.
Maryland-Old Lime State.
Montana-Stub Toe State.
New Hampshire-Granite State.
New Jersey-Jersey Blue state.
New York-Empire State.
North Carolina--Old North State.
North Dakota--Flickertali State.
Pennsylvga a-Keystone State.
Rhode Island-Little Rhody.
South Carolina-Palmetto State.
South Dakota--Singe Cat State.
Tennessee-Big Bend State.
Texas-Lone Star State.
Vermont-Green Mountain State.
Virginia--Old Dominion State.
West Virginia-Panhandle State.
MONEY COMES IN BUrICHES
to A. A. Chisholm, of Tredwell, N. Y."
now. His reason is well worth read-
Ing: "For a long time I suffered from
indigestion, torpid liver, constipation,
nervousness, and general debility," he
writes. "I couldn't sleep, ad no ap-
petite, nor ambition, grew weaker
every day in spite of all medical
treatment Then used Electric Bit-
ters. Twelve bottles restored all of
my old time health and vigor. Now I
can attend to business every day. It's
a wonderful medicine." Infallible for
stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and
nerves. 50c at all druggists.
CUBAN ORANGE GROWING
"Daily Consular and Trade Re-
ports" for March 15, Issued by the
Bureau of Manufacturers, Department
of Commerce and Labor, gives, under
the heading, "Cuban Orange Grow-
ing," a report from Consul General
James L. Rodgers of Habana, in
which, as a secondary heading says,
"misleading reports of promotion
companies are corrected. Competi-
tion from Cuba is hardly a matter for
apprehension among citrus fruit
4rwers of Florida, for a table
shows the approximate cost of a crate
of oranges from tree to consumer, if
sent to New York, to be $1.73. The
average New York price on Cuban or-
anges of good variety during the pro-
ductive season runs from $1.50 to $2
(the latter figure being for carefully
selected fruit) per crate of SO pounds
weight," consul General Rodgers
writes. This cost of $1.73 per crate
represents no Item of cost for for cul-
tivation, fertilization, labor, taxes In-
surance, living expenses,' or Interest
upon the investment, he says further.
The freight to to New York is given
as 30 cents, and the duty as 64 cents.
Nearly 40 per cent. of the trees in he
citrus groves of Cuba are grapefruit,
a small percentage lemons, and the
future for these is said to be some-
what brighter. But the whole report
is discouraging to American invest-
ment In Cuban citrus culture.-Times
Ten years experience. References,.
any music teacher In Ocala. any
music house in Jacksonville. 'Phone
$32. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf
ELECTRIC SMOOTHING IRON*,
One of the greatest conveniences
about the house is one of those Amer-
ican Electric Smoothine frons HRat-
Of Oietments for Caterrh that Contai
As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system, when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions reputable phys-
icians. as the damage they will do is
ten-fold to the good you can posaliy
derive from them. Hall's Catarrb
Cure. manufactured by P.. hJ. eney
& Co.. Toledo. Ohio, contains no mer-
cury, and Is taken Internally. acting
directly on the blood and mucous p-
faces of the system. In baying Hl if
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gea-
unine. It is taken internally and made
in Toledo, Ohio. by. F. J. Cheney &
Co. Testimonials free. Sold by drug-
gists. Price 75c. per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
MRS. TAFT LEARNING
TO RUN AN AUTO
Washington. April 3.-Mrs.
II. Taft is learning to run an
bile, and, according to report, tos mak-
ing headway at it. Every morning
during the last week a runabout has
been driven up to the front door of
the White House in charge of an ex-
pert chauffeur, and Mrs. Taft has gone
'-ut riding for an hour or more. It
now transi.ires that she is learning
hu.'. tu zun it herself. and it is said
the runabout is a' gift to her from a
friend More women run their auto-
mobiles in Washington than in any
.th-r city in the country.
JUNK BOUGHT AND SOLD
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-
niture and repair furniture, stoves,
etc. An experienced man with all
tools and facilities for doing repair
work will be in charge of the repair
department and satisfaction is guar-
anteed. See me If youl h ve anything
to sell or repair. E. J. Decker.
1-14-6t Phone 24L
Ohe of Ocala's best boarding houses.
If you want something good to eat and
large, well ventilated rooms to sleep
in: bath room, both city and well wa-
ter. For particulars call on or ad-
dress, Mrs. LeStier, No. 36 North Main
DAKOTA IS SURE COLD;
AVOID IT IF YOU'RE OLD
We assure our brother of the Pen-
sacola Journal that, when we said
that it was "'tremendously cold" In
Dakota it was very far from our In-
tention to cast a "slur" at the north-
west. The soil of Dakota IS fertile;
we admit it, but Jerusalem, It In tre-
mendously cold up there. Wieat
doubtless sells there for $1.10 a bush-
el. we have no doubt of It, but Great
'Scott, how COLD It Is there. We ac-
cept the statement of our brother
that farmers ride to market In three-
thousand-dollar automobiles, but even
this fact doesn't refute our state-
ment that it is "TREMENDOUSLY
COLD" there.-Jasper News.
Which being the case it is wise for
the aged and infirm to stick to Phair
Phlorida with its phountain of youth
and t-hosphates, phruits and phlowers
galore. Now mind, this is not a di-
rect acquasation that Editor Caldwell
Is to be numbered among the centen-
arians of the state and empowered
to usurp the throne now occupied by
him of Ocala, the Acknowledged
"Nestor" of the press; but-why the
mischief does he not relieve our sus-
pense by saying how old Ann is, any-
WILLIAM'S KIDNEY PILLS
Have you neglected your kidneys?
Have you overworked your nervous
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder? Have you pains
In loins, side, back, groins and blad-
der? Have you a flabby appearance
of the face, especially under the eyes?
Too frequent' a desire to pass urine?
it so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure
you. Sold by the Anti-Z.onopoly
DEATH TO THE WHITE FLY
Sutherland, Fla., Mar. 4, 190.
The Florida Fruit and Truck Grower:
Gentlemen: I wish to say through
the columns of your paper that there
has been a mistaken idea started this
winter as to the value of Hick's death
dope white fly destroyer by spraying
with a solution too weak as It takes
a solution a third or more stronger to
get any ,results in winter than it does
I do not advocate using death dope
at all during the winter months. It
should be used any time from the
firrt of April to the first of Novem-
ber. and I will guarantee that if the
growers will spray their trees at least
three times during the seven months
that they will put t&eir trees beyond
any possible harm of the ravages of
the white fly Aqf kee their fruit
clean. Anyone doubting the virtue of
death dope, I ill refer them to Mr.
Mr. E. A. Hoxey and Mr. C. W.
Springstead, of St. Petersburg, Fla.,
and will furnish other references on
I am now putting in machinery In
Tampa, Fla., for the manufacture and
mixing of death dope and will be glad
to hear from any grower who is in-
tcrested In sav|h-s grove.
SThe solution should be during sum-
mer, four quartf (4 qts.) to fifty gal-
lons of water.
Resp. your, C. W. HICKS.
I Sutherland, Fla.
We often wonder how any person
can be persuaded into taking any
thing but Foly's moneyy and Tar for
A FLET- P 1 -
Henry eeYves s
Mamthee Dmep-D..rand e
Sesnmd and L.n.bst
New Tort. k ApriR 4L-Heat ow
of Place wok s w e Bt ame m g
t -h derby Mfr pMraea nmt rsm -
the NaU0eal EAsgue hashs p-
her yesterday. D WdO P 1itro INet
was smcnd: John J. Baty of w
Yook tbrd. and Matthew EtemeI. o
Tokers, N. T, fT rtl. -
Tom Loagboat te CUblak i
quit the track I the tWatteD -
and Alfred Shrcbb ct sgaI
up in the twemty-fth @ 1
completely exbasted I a to i
up the terrible law net by the .W*
man. Shrum mae a saeb -
rom the twentieth to th.e twty-
mile, but the p e was t a0 a
the distance too tr for him.
St. Yves, the almost umnknWn wo
fiured but little in the forecast of th
race." covered the Manathbo distaea
2 miles. 38 yards, In 2 hboe 40
minutes, 503-5 seconds-a rmrkas-
ble performance under the comndMIous
and finishing with a fast spgt in
god condition. Dorando was ft "
minutes. 473-5 seconds behiWe the
Frenchman, while Hayes ehloewei th
Italian across the Onish lm three
minutes and fifty seco da later. -No
time was taken on Malesey. the forth
St. Yves took $5.000 of the prize
money. Dorando $2.500, Hayes, $1.50
and Maloney $1.006. Shrubb ,and
Longboat go unrewarded for their
There are the net results oe the
greatest Marathon race ever run i
America, and, in all except In poAt ft
numbers of contestants, the greatest
ever run anywhere.
in an stations 0t life, Whvus r
vitality may ha-e hbm aemirsi E-
tbroken-down by aem-werkm, se Mag
social duties, the tok.tq m beaiofg el
ehlUdre or other cass, 1 wE IO nga iD.
Pleree% Favorite Pteip do a the
potent iRvigorat ligmntatggS Wm
giver evedevised 5W eir speeal s
kaewn to the most ie
cGleoe of ami the dilemttschebooof p
Uee for the cure et wo-a- pnwIlier
weaknIIem ald allmetL
If yoa want to kamowai sebo t
rIn of t-a lrC I. l
Iwensd mmsa t 16 I BMW
SPRING MUSICAL FESTIVAL
On account of the above occaslem
the Seaboard A Line Railway will
sell round trip tickets Ocala to Jack-
sonville. on April 17th and 18th, good
to return to and including April 1st,
at $4.25. For full information and
sleeper reservations call on any agent
Seaboard or write to S C. Boyistot.
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
EMINENT AUTHORITIES SAY
that ost-door exercise i needed by
the Ameriesa people. That's aR vmy
well, but. how can peolb, ,with dMs-
matism follow th4t advice? ltb -a
wer 10 very simpite-4m ~hed'
Snoaw Liniment and the rheimnsm
will go; leaving you as spry asm ealt.
Gives quick and permanent. .n
from rheumatism, neuralgia, lmes
back and all pals. Bold by the. Ant-
Monopoly Drug Store.
-LAUNCH MERRY WIDOW
MAY BE CHARTERED
The launch "Merry Widow," with
canopy top, safe, swift and eemfotta-
ble. is for hire at lUver 8prlns,
either for a short trip on the run, for
a moonlight excursion or picnic to
points on the river or for long tripe to
Palatka or Jacksonvlle A esred
pilot a" skilled engine always Ia
charge of the boat. Orders should be
booked several days ahead tois Bke
sure of an enggaement Call on R.D.
Mathews at the Ocala Steam Xaundry,
or phone him at No. 10L -4-Ut
STORK LIT ON A MOVING TRAIN
New York, April 3.-Tbe ate' t
alighted on a northbound Niath avea-
ve elevated train yesterday and Mr.
Lena Jmseph is the the other oe a e
baby boy. When the news spree
through the cars that a wee visitor
was about to arrive, an offleial of the
interborough Rapid Transit Copma.r,
who chanced to be aboard, ha the
train emptied and shunted to the mid-
die track, where It was converted lteo
a temporary hospitaL An ambeasme
- ___ .~
stees myal"O fnIss a' tt
thagt le imudspdo inen
tiutty01mu v. h
01~~a thVs hl ma
bemany sae -a by wisk arSON"
amime. paftospooa 4c
Pdowaisopwi 0 "
Ihabowhath ut o*ts me
Pl teri 9 Se IP ~ h
&Mrdt qdmn~ -1
meatta au" ad"Cum, to
lowance am inO. of wa%MareI4
lbve tVi tew 9tbe- nul
'F1111lsr~a Ut *imita. & i
it0,111111W ., hp& i
fpeeldy t M hihkes a*hb
cs wibb mitda bUll,606 m ....
that the t Ote d&*
so"toe ath~e mia iaft imto WW
ft" i oms -I b 062 me ki fi
;aas~pawe 41 wefulat
i"feuk adauk no tae-"%"
edles an athet l~ag of NO& i
tiewe and isiesL .-s mt
Isn netthsbe tt b rIsM ofth'
pusa in Basi. VA@ isteP
Cartn commmim houes P"
-to sals imy dw btovat
taemhaa eeaa es
adbered to a"d whm ovry w k7a~
4m~a &a same flbllms .ca-
they Noa eidn odvastas. W____
Perna 0 got~~u fr
sad etm~e thsei. s hi
heir own Istwmew in p~h
some do.y. cmlae is no .. W..
Ireet fthe sb~prm 8640.
mdalom muehomam r
&ab as-infinG eelne, '
1 ,--'- '*..* -* -
*. -. 7" -aJ s wlt
OCALA EVENING STAR, tMONOAY, APf r -
- - ~ .::~~-'
'PHONE NO. 199 ANOTHER IS POR % ":AL- FI
MARI N RTY ble. The new parties will open
SI A K of P. meet this evening. a few days. They have leased a mot
7 --- desirable location a" wnlinput In a ? So SON '
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night first-class, high-grade etabluament I teel
If U W81 U10 8n 8nt 9 OUSU All white driven will be emptoyed- the- ae
If you want to rei a HoUe, agle meet Wednesday evening. The proprietor and his family and o'el
help wfll arrive In a few days anO a' b60
S want to b a HOUS. Red Men meet Th day night. that many more to our live and rOW- -
Do youselo want to buy a House, I y 7 %eproprie torinan -is b
Woodmenmeet Friday earning. fenced livery man and Ms made a U- s I
Do you want to sell a Lot, _,_w_.co._.nw "._.f *e* i .
The county commissioners will m4et
Or would you prefer to buy a oLot. .o r- E. M. GREGG KILLED lorry li am
It is an undisputed fa;t, that Real Estate brings mo e b cou ePharmacy. prtrit morning ons to lfromDr ,Umnam Andernona d IN to o l
to the amount invested than any other investanent will bli he city council will meet tomorrow Gregg was Instanting led It hat Mr. cityE. M. uIe el
If this is true, and you know it, why don't you invest in night. G this morning by a falling wall Mr.
Real Estate. Homes, Farms and all kinds of property for Gregg married a cousin of Mrs. A -
Prescriptions filled accurately and derson. a Miss Meginney, of that city.e lFfl
delivered by the Fostoffice Drugstore. HP resided in Ocala several years, at b-
MAKE THE START TODAY I Z _odoAPsG fCne o.: I ....
Springs on business. and will be remembered by all our cit-
M ae city a s a polished and courtly gentle-
'0Presbyterian church. Apply to T. C. ctyaHe polish very andpopular here. Miss Milrim Pasteur returned yes-
terday afternoon to her school dutles Lu .A" r VI !
St Mr. Britt Sanders Is In the city wit ANOTHER LUMBER COMPANY at Palatkt after spending the week l_."e e' :'
A. FRANK. Manager. his family for a few days. in Ocala with her sister. Mrs. C. S-
candies frch every Another lumber company has been4 Cullen.
Nunays fineformdIn Marion county and has be-
TS OF P IAS NORT PART O c w at the Postoffte Drugstore. gun business. The new firm t a- While pli at Mr.
-- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moorhead spent Irknd Lumber Company. W .. d. a aehe '.-
Mr.ndim.J.OFMorhaNASn Pierce, manager. and is cated at a nail which penetrated deep intD the ter t-ehe U4 ili
-- f eursp if the citizfs'a Of the yestftr ay 0on beauitfal Lake Weir. Zuber where It has leased theSP flesh and the result though not ter the cere M
Conventions held every Men- p.anern part <,f the city do not i mills and d kibas of the Ing- is very painful return Ir: m
day evenlng in Castle Hall, over Pey- th-riselves together in every elrt to 10 barre ialvet bea s for sale. did planig mli and dry kn of the ttu is very panfre oIe
ser's store. A cordial welcome to vis- advanc the Interest of tbhis part @ Call on or write, J. R. Moorhead.18-tf Sumner Lumber Company and e ter-
lltho oily. It eii b their Oit f t le Into a contract with that concert : -- -- .iM. ilmS SS
ting knikht~s. lslneyHailr-,C the clti It will be their own fant. Wet supply rough lumber. TheSewy
'has. K. Sage, K. )f R. and S. have a good part of the city to Ive Mr. C. N. Kirklanbmd is up from a omln has plenty of brdaing and ldT -
in. We have a fine street running du severe attack of sickness. "wns and ojlrat ofs a chainofthese emp
nrtl and south. from which diverge millwns an oratTha comphain of these
I. 0. 0. F. ,thr .stre.ets to each and every part Mr. Martin J. Rooess Is at It. Pe- compo d of men who are experienced ,
.f ths northern section. making it an tersburg. combining busine-ss with. um er ben ar n wilr .d
eagy. accesible and important section' pleasure. duct the plant obn strictly businessltoto e t
Tlt.':a l.dr.o No 22 It is true. weh have some coloreddut th nt trctlyt
I. O. O. F meets every Tuesday even .ople living here. bu o fai r asfi e R. C. Davis A Co, of Jacksonville, cntly, but is a northern man. He Isa New e
Ing in Yonge's Hall. Voting brother, can larn. they have behaved them- handle Sl typewriter rbims. c a young man of peing appease,
always welcome. selves commendably. We can leave ach; $7.5il osew edc a young mtedan of ple tlg ptr" CHILDREWS EYESd old t t h
W. C. Blanchard. N. G. ,.ach and ,very article on the back' + ad ge-
M. M Little. Scretarv. porch that we have to with the assure- At will:board in Oeala and purchase an If your child Is backward i hisrt r .*
anc< "It will be there li the morning. Attorneys H. L. and R. L. Ander- automobile to go to and from the studies--ees not like to study, or has. Thi
Share ndt will be do ndthere in the n son went down to Inverness this after- mills. At present Mr. Pierce will be symptems of beadacbr. you will prob- this L60 eaS t -
v have nd do conduct thetee noon on profesonalbusiness at the mills all the time, as there Is ably find that there is some IStile eye point the eis m e
Ai do belil ttv.ptfhmuch to do in getting the business erobise. a nation
cit n dLwo bieve rthat every pa Percy iask of Terrell, who paid started off smoothly. He and his There may be no outward signs o Th naS
Scity n ds to be protected. ti s his parents a visit at Grahamville re- company come to us highl reco- a dete, yet the eyes should be e: every one a
SL arbsL ar ust as i mportant as the turned honme Sunday. mended and we are pleased to wel- amined to make sure there no 19m fault o-
t'Ont,-r of the city. Let us each and.MaxeofbIn them. ROARDA
14 ve-ry one do our level best to en- Mr. Max Moyses of Chattanooga .W thn IV tem. AD A SEI CR
NOt. 1814 a n v-alue of the property his Tenn., arrived in Ocala Sunday to REMEM ERW GIV E NSECIAL CArA. P t O pr. ;-*
r o ,r her district, spend a few days with his sister, Mrs. CHILDtEYE Mr. A. P. t
A r F O r Iliad to see an Interest taken In the Abe Brown. We are sole agents in Ocala for. Kno- o Tarpa and JhlackMa-iin JB
[. U. [. sidewalk business. No detriment will tair hosiery; 6 air guaranteed 6 DR. D. M. BONKT., syi his road is doing a pasl li
.*. 0.ensue because of this enterprise. Car-, W. J. McGehee, assistant electrician months. They are sheerer than oth- Eyesilht Speeialit, ees on the G. 0. dIls
MeetM every Wednesday evening at ry on the good work to the end tthe at the Buttgenbach mines near Dun- ers you buy at same prices. All col- Ocala, Fla. receipts for March ws t .
8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren al- city. nellon. was in town today. ors. H. B. Masters Co. 4-4 Office Hburs: 9 to 12 a. m. an ahead of the receipts for .t4-
ways welcome. CMad to read what wps written In l:30 to 4:30 p. m. .Optcal office and ponding month last year. -.
F. W. Ditto. President. the Star about the street running to Carter H. Dame went down to Le- Satuilay night was one of the nights- laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary bloc
W ('. Moore. Secretanry. the Jail. It does need repairing and canto this afternoon to organize a that makes the people of Ocala ap- BUTTiR FOR 'ALE
fixing up. Let it be done as soon as camp of Woodmen. predate the Air Dome. The temper- FOR SALE--A bargain. One F. --
FORT lKIN CAMP Ilsibl. u. atui.e was perfect, the pictures were Myres & Bro. buildoser pump, fti. 104, We can now s npply a l pdi.
Light i ot -ded rjust at the poWt Mr. G. G. Maynard. the Rock Springs clear and interesting and the music No. 353, with 2-In. suction and 2-t. tity of our Jersey h h
No. 14. where this street unites withlk-artb turpentine operator, was In town this was ntrancing. The audiences were discharge pipes; pumps 2.0W gallons tha Lake iDl17*
Magnola. It is qult dawk. thera '.It hosm.,: large and everybody was more than of water per hour and lifts It 125- ft .
Next regular monthly meeting will will add very materiatly to this ,pa --i ; .-.L satisfied. This is going to be another or the equivalent. .,L. McClyood.
be hldl Frilay evening, April 9, at of the city. Go ahead with the imt WaIe yd sep"aithe new visible Pay- pretty evening. and you want to make .-. -
7:; 30 o'cl'.ck in Yong-'s Hall. Visiting provements. Come and V1ist tu*. "-'wiholes typewrteq ;R. &,4 Davis & ro tLe most of them while they last.r. Hodgep ,thutPi5"l SII'.II
sovreixiis are always welcome. A Ci*ts; I" tneral agents. t A- t
M. M. Little. C. C. ..'---, Mr. William Pant and wife of Mor-. s o of-%r e ti 4+.g
'has K. Sage. Clerk. ELECTRlCAL PFITURJ red VYt and La 46n Baflpy were ri.ston, drove in this morning to visit ai g mean S igMdhwaM;
" --- ... rassenxers on the northbound S. A. L Mrs. Pant's ristc.r. Mrs. Archil Me- ll ha iW i broke one o his legs s re the 0'
I have ust received a new supply train Saturday going to Jacksonville. hvr and do some shopping. Mr. Fant B1 e e. at his room the Ot l.'
ft F. & A. of electric fixtures. Among them are i. one of the most successful and ex- ton House, where be is suffering qut .A
__ some handsome bracket fixtures and Gerlg's Linen Lawq. one pound and t.nsive m, rchants of Morriston and a severely. -
-P.. Tunxston fixtures, Inverted of turned two packs envelopes to match for 50c. factor in the- cotton business of that Do te s. *..
Mari on itsunn Ldte down. It. W. tuleer. at the POstoffice Drugstore. j section. m ll 1 BUTTERMILK -' i
We are igeparei to supply Or e.s-
temple on the firsi FIRST CLASS PAPESHANQGNG Mr. E. K. Nelson of Tampa and Mr The bricklayers are putting up the towers with uttE
and third Thursday evenings of each AID PAINTING B. W. Blount, of Jacksonville. former walls for the third story of the gov- STORAGE ROOMS rator with a Mr bU' et L '
month. Visiting brothers cordiallb ___ c citizens of Ocala. spent Saturday aft- ernment building and the cement Hiawatha l ke t irr .
Invited. J. A. Houvler, W. M. I' have opl41'ln eO ln for enon 1i $own transa~qtUng business. sidewalks are about completed, In- Any one desiring good wt ." ',ya
W V. Wheeler, secretary. i hgh"ass eluding the approaches to the build- rooms can find Iame In the thil'r a gg .,4 as-, i- .j*;: -
S---n t i des FOR RENT- eqaer enmof the in of the Star buIlding. -s
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M. mate on evr '. taltntg .... ,,- -,-ee- new Croom cottages on South a L'i" 4
inning Job Ct R t b i Sond st. et pRs n April nth Capt. W. H. Hendry of Lake Weir. Mrs. D)Ilton ~. Graham and little D.-
Chapter No. 13. R. A. n., on the 4th Ocala. I have the -beC,*pm" gd to Ap-K e3-Bell. 3.4 was the guest over Sunday of Mr. and L., Junior, passed hthroagt the city rer-e
Chriayt er y month1 R 8 pm.n hthe south and h dll te te ad-'y"- .- Mrs. D. E. Melver. Captain Hendry Saturday on their way to Fort Myers
Friday In every monthoatl 8b. Hm. nost tip tp date ii'lr pppeF.,le-" Mrs., Udward Badger returned PFr- came up especially to attend the mon- where Mr. D. L. Graham Is employed 'the W lI lli
l ,aBe:. sflk fabric goods And I-litdiUo., day from Tampa, where she spent the ting service at the Presbyterian church, with the Southern E xpress Copany. be t Ocal.'tl s
Jk ________________ Brown, secretary tiling, both imported and domeete ot past two months with her daughter -r. Lo e wbo a esrd yt
the market and my interior* decoram- Mrs. Samuel Moyers. Mr. Leon Fishel, who accompanied Yesterday being Palm Sunday the We wat yop i sp
^ tiwinns are up to date I have mae a his aatn Mrs. Adolph Hohenberg to day was appropriately observed at ,. pla wairta S
-- ; ..swe.ial of interior work for yers nd Mrs. G. A. Carmichael left Saturday St. Augustine on her way home to Grace EIpiscopal church. The church or Cluett I eahelim
-- can suit any one. I make the best for Union Springs. Ala.. to visit rela- Wetumpka. Ala.. had a very pleasant was tastifully decorated with pahilms' U H. B. M-teBC. '= .
Sloth and pictorial, alo all classes of tives. Mrs. Carmichael was accom- visit to the Ancient City. and Rector Harrison preached a truly .. .. .-+ f_
"^ e igns, gold leaf and gilding a spe- peanled by her little great granddaugh- forceful sermon on Christ's coming is Irah Mlne# i.me _
ctlalty. Ladies desiring to make ase- ter. Janet Cuiverhouse. Mr. Richard Christian, connected and the indifrence with which he day from Jkille. ,' .
elections of papers withet the trouble -- with the Cairney Investment Company was received but the marvels he had bris vit to ber sttst. 5
/y/y y^ of going up town will- be p oinpty MEN-Our illustrated catalogue ex- of Lake Weir, was a business caller In wrought through his teachings of the arsteaB, went os to the AI g
waited on at any time they desire at plains how we teach barber trade in town today, world's advancement and betterment. _ i 3
i their home with a complete line of few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
samples. Just drop me a card with College, Atlanta. Ga. 4-3-6t The carload of horses aad mules Mrs. SwAn, who for many yeari to- Martl yea ., erdap stat
"s'UOA fj^ -the time you desire to see th ad shipped by Mr. D. W-'Tompklns from was a resident of Anthmy. bt far .Stobl-OCh wha CMl tM.W| a -M ?
_a.ija. _,_ __ you Il be waited on promptly All The KIbler brothers came up tojay Atlanta has arrived. They are cer- nearly a decade has resided in I .
10 11is'- ,out of town work promptly doe ad from Dunnellon in their auto. tainly a fine bunch of animals. Now diana, is in bcala visiting his brother, Mr. L
SM ICOR RAT solicited. Respectfully, At Fishel's Easter bread. Is the time to get the pick of the car. Mr. Samuel Anthony and family. Mrs
Wt- C0 o Andy Whitley. Swain is remembered as one of the
S-- o. 10 Fort King Avenue. Messrs. Dickson and Burne. two The city court disposed of two cases most zealous members of the E -
Offers advanta. duni'n by I. popular drummers, spent Sunday with this morning and enriched the treas- church at Anthony and a worker In Mr. A.P. Stmea 0 -
smalmllar In I tin 'u. t ', During the spring everyone 'would their wives, who stay at Mrs. Chas. J ury by $15. It was one colored and every good cause. Tiller of Martin, M?. B
wvery ad oc,.-a .I emto7 t be benefited by taking Foley's ld- Phillips. one white man for the usual Saturday -M way Wo.H gmhro l .
ed. OF Thb V n1 c < ;. L' c ney Remedy. It furnishes a needed night Indiscretions. Mr. Imd Mrs. W. H. Thomas who of nava t "-
esmen tciSty p ur.:. tonic to the kidneys after the extra LOST-Ladys gold. double case -- have been the guests of the Florida' -
LM tt~e~~ : train of winter, and it puarti es the Walthan watch; a flour-de-lis watch The Jewish passover began this House for the past,month, have gone
wr l t. .'*" .. blood by stimulattaing the kldnts said pin attached: picture in front Finder morning and will last seven days. Our to housekeeping In the fourth ward. dr. C. Bla lp
* causing them to lte aprJ please return to this ee 4-3-t Jwish citizens are observing same by Mr. Thomas lI the chief en fr ot i .t
Krausing them to eliminate theys Kiduey- please return to this office.4-3-tfting n vnd bread and drink the Eat Florda Ice Co. te al Tribe at the
tils from It. Foley's Kidneyo
Imparts new life and vigor. The steamer Hiawatha of the Hart wine. The days commemorate the of R Men of lorida .
to take. Sold b-y all d at. Line, will make her last trip tomo- coming out of Egypt by the Jews. Mr. J. A. Rents of Iavon and Capt Mrs. 3. 0. S .p a uta
row for this winter to Silver Springs John L. Inglls, of Port Ingia, wereo
WANTEP-Board In private taillf from Palatka. The tourist season has Dr. B. P. Wlon. a prominent tti- visitors to the cty today. The CP- ca ret y
by gentleman, wife and four.year-ld just about closed and has ben one men and physician of Reddlek. was In tain is suffering from a sprained ankle .W t e ;
child. Address, X. T. 1tar office. of the largest ever known. town this morning transacting busi- W It..Ea 3t
ofth 't ee r known.ness. Tom Pritchett of Candler was here Dewt
In our prescription deprment we FOR RENT-One six-room or sev- today. He said his field of watermel- m e are easyoato illa sai d t .
offer you both promptness and efc- en-room cottage, facing new primary J. M. Dudley,- the thrifty Shady ons is growing finmly and there was
lency. The Court Pharmacy. school building: electric lights, fire farmer. is displaying some very fine promise o fa good peach crop.In his ended by all drn e its --
places and bath. Apply to Mrs. R. D sim-iment of white Bermuda onions. section.
FOR RENT-A four4-oo coftae, PFuller. 95 South Third street. 3-31 of which he has quite a 'crop. INTERE
s. screened windows, city watei, on -- Tou should not delay under- any THIS WILL INT-ERES r+ 'H -
So I uth Second street. Apply to Dr. Among those who dined at the Mon- circumstances in cases of kidney and Mother Orty1 wei mi
E. Van Hood. tesuma yesterday were W. A. Baxley. bladder trouble. You should take o- _hin Grals weet Srs
e. Crow;m: P. L. Blhlingsley, Oak: H. Bor- something promptly that you know Is nes. hedhe
oGerig's Linen Lawn. one pound and den, Okahumpha: J. R. Thomas. York. wi rreliable, something like DeWitt's Kkid-
two packs envelopes to match for 50c. and H. A. Carter, Jacksonville. ney and Bladder Pills. They are tua-. h, dSdels JS S
auf erers at the Postoffce Drugstore. equaled for weak back, backache, in-break p d
l~oul Our pound paper is the -best ww, flammation of the bladder, rheumatic
A ld SFoley's Honey and Tar is a safe- Ohave ever pohad. New lot Ju st In.Come pains, etc. When you ask for De- so please t t
guard against t serious results from In h and see it. The Postoffice Drug- Witt's Kidney and Bladder P tlls, be 1.00 t imonla 0
spring colds which Inamre the lungs store. sure 3ou get them. They are anti- never a .old y a+2
and develop into pneumonia. Avoid septic. Accept no substitutes; insist ne tay. Don't aec -tr-
13Icounterfeits by insisting upon having Ja. B. Wolfe. representing the upon getting the right kind. Sold byA t.
mean=ftow..the .genudln ole-'s Homey and Tar. Southern Spring Bed Co.. of Atlanta. I all druggists. t+e
which contains no harmful drugs. was In town today Interviewing the
W NT Sold by all druggists.I trade n the Interest of his house Mr. J.. K. Christian of McIntosh. who
DONbT old by all druggists, trade In the Interest of his house. s mercantile establishments there,
let yOrself to be miserable.. has mercanti establishments there, '-'
Why suffer from severe hea d- aldlngBasebll ue for I COTTAGE FOR RENT--On South at Holder. Hernando, Port Inglis, Dun-: *,:.7.w.
. ": **
Wik iMoe flame 01 N Cs&4bve
gickwinkamd a eel kbdsm The Nw Nucttpa
bcwnaMuhaJhlCAUff4T TOP i um plans" eep-
bmg io hot aeitber =010Loak.&Ak. ss &" aift "
at Imls "khghu Inbveuy a ffi~m, toben
orW WW"s Cabinet Top. Nf not at yew dea&rs,
wriftc our aset apney.
Tb. msa i b l~
W aed viny bROiuONGive aa
nowdeM Ig = m less I. h now" w omiq..Pbk
Made ita n19
Bottled it Boad
-One Quart $1.00
For Quarts $3.50, Detivered $3.75
This is a Choice, High Grade Private Stock
Rye Whiskey and we Fuly aratee
it to be as good as any bottled in bond whis-
key on the market, that is sold for $1.50 per
quart. .. ...
|THE CARMICHAEL & S01 CO,,
HOTEL DE KAISER
61 North Magnoia Str. t. Telephone No. 37F.
Best Mediunm Priced. Hotel in the City.
Table is always supplied with the best the market affords.
Skilled cooking, careful attention to the wants of the guests.
Good rooms and comfortable beds.
S~ R tal asb lyR Week Wor Eonia
MRS. ROBERT KAISER, PROPRIOETRESS CALA.
i~cftl~ RuTM Df lASi
I~u UNCUT E UT
hI A ThOMAL N W)SNt
Leadig Vehcle eadlers
of Central FI6irida
As Wm i "-d 3bib* NWm DRku emu
ncmi Cules .cmarrsd aM km.
2wom ,Sadin.Lop kdb.,W UM mi AM Om
=arl by & Urdus humd26 l~k 60W INeu3W
One km ern m hdrleadshe"iwk iat em ry
We m-s T"Emue. n ya ew wm WYI
AWO w M b kmtmd.d- iWd
Kd'TITWO'".1LZE AV. IU %r.
ernoon, March 0th. eighteen ladies
gathered with their work and a very
pleasant afternoon was. spent, with
Mrs. Holstead and Mrs. Bush. Co-
nundrums and sewing and social chat-
ting was enjoyed until it came time
for refreshments, which were delic-
ious. They consisted of Ice cold truit
puach, different kinds of cake and
candles and fancy crackers. All spent
a most enjoyable afternoon.
Mr. J. T. I. Gaskin. wife and daugh-
ter spent Sunday in the city visiting
friends and relatives.
Mr. Rice left for his northern home
Monday, the 2th, after a very pleas-
ant winter in our little town. Dr.
Merchant left Tuesday for his home,
also. They both boarded with Mr. 0.
M. Gale during the winter months and
made many friends while here who
regret their departure very much, but
wish them a pleasant trip home and
a safe return another year.
Miss Sophie Reynolds and sister,
Mise Rlate, are visiting Mm. Nelson.
Miss Sophie taught the primary room
of the Belleview school some terms
ago and made many friends while here
who are 5lad to see her back again.
Mr. William Millsom, the faithful
and pleasing clerk who has been em-
ployed by the Belleview Trading Co,
for the past year. will resign his po-
sition the last of the month for a"va-
cation. He will be greatly missed by
all who know him. We wish him a
pleasant summer and that it will not
be long before we see his smiling face
*.&UmA *& # --&
editor Times-Cnlon: Win llyou
kindly announce the names, s. far as
I am able to give them up to this
date, of the gentlemen comprising the
cusattee of orange growers leaving
Jacksomvlle April 20 and making a
trip to California for the purpose of
investigating the workings of the Cal-
ifornia Fruit Growers' Exchange, and
their method of handling citrus
fruits? They are as follows: 1. B.
Skinner. Dunedina, representing the
West Coast; H. T. Heitman, Fort My-
er, representing Lee county: J. W.
Sample, Bartow, repreentin* Polk
county; W. B Gray, Tampa, repre-
senting the Caraey I~vestment Com-
pany; Lake Weir: Eugene HoltalAger.
Tampa. presenting large gove n-
teests In the Winte Haven section;
A. C. Smith. Wauchula, and J. J.
Heard. Arcadia. representing DeSoto
county: Hon. L. W. Tilden, _a'lanZ.
and H. A. Ward, Winter Park, repre-
senting Orange county; Arthur H.L
Brown, Manavista. representing Man-
atee county, and F. W. Inman Flor-
ence Villa. To these will be added
quite a number from other localities
who have the matter under considera-
tion, but I have not the authority of
announcing their final decision.
The. Importance of this work is hard
to portray or comprehend; it not only
Interests evey orange grower of Flor-
ida. but every merchant, 'very pro-
fessional man and every eitizen in
our state, as we have no other staple
awilcultmal or horticultural industry
which Is so general and far reaching
and Involving such vast capital as
does the growing of citrus fruits.
This is not selfish work upon the
part of anyone, but a spontaneous up-
rising which is calling for a sacrifice
of time and expense by those who are
magnaminously undertaking the work
for the good of Flor:d..
Many at first thought may be of the
Impression that It is going to dis-
pense with the services of -our fruit
men within the state who are dealing
and operating in a desultory way.
This will not be case, but it will do
this: It will keep at home add pay to
our oyn energetic men in Florida a
large proportion of the $2,000,900
which goes to the solicitors, commis-
sion men and dealers outside of our
state. The workings of the Florida
Fruit Exchange, when organized upon
a proper basis, will afford employ-
ment for all the good capable, worthy
fruit men that we will,be able to mar-
There has. been quite a number of
efforts made (and with good Inten-
tion, too, and by men with seal) to or-
ganie the fruit growers pf Florida.
and It has been Intimated to me that
this will only add to the number of
failures. Such is not going to be the
case. We are going to organize, and
that, too, on a basis which will in-
sure Justice to all and advantage to
every fruit grower and citizen of the
state of Florida. Nothing can pre-
vent us doing so; we will trespass no
laws, but when we are in working or-
der we will be Invincible and no com-
bination or organized opposition can
thwart our purpose for a day.
There are some localities from
which we yet desire a representative.
If there are any such who would vol-
unteer in this work we will be glad
to hear from them. We leave Jack-
sonville on the evening of April 20,
going via the southern route and re-
turning via the Northern route. The
expenses of the round trip ticket will
be $130.40. to which must be added
meals and sleeping car accommoda-
tions. With but one or 'two excem-
tions the members of this committee
will be accompanied by their wives.
F. W. INMAN, Chairman.
FPlorec Villa, March 18.
is a man who can't see good In any
person or thing. It's a habit caused
by a disordered liver. If you find
that you are beginning to see things
through blue spectacles, treat your
lver to a good cleaning out process
with Ballard's Herbine. A sure cure
for constipation, dyspepsia, indiges-
tion, sick headache, bilIousess, all
liver, stomach and bowel troubles.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Dugstore.
Mr. McClure Is having his pretty
home near Lake Lillian repainted and
many other Improvements are being
made that will add much to its beau-
-The thimble party met at the pretty
home of Mrs. Holstead Tuesday aft-
AN 0i VOMM APPETITE
PhWail lpus m a mes e TaM
w Won as O-em Vidue
Philadlpha April X-Afted Kple-,
copal hatal r sureees had smeed
a kitchen fbk -from the threat oa
George WJshe.oak of this dt a
few ds ag his sister report the-
wsapearamose o more olerwmu ea"
yesterday aft -ray phetigaph -ar
ed a pecuMar lump a hios enmk
which was opened. and three nias
and another fork wee taken out. We-
Jecbowski complaahed eC tly of in
BAry mw.0 VeO eOO
Codas a" rip wre vle Wta-
lent amt wint A. --
Comgh Bemee was in as10t in"
a"d p-aes anme n ammumlbheb
Mrs. Mary L. Rbasonof, tf towaftl,
W. Va Maa: "ast wlalW I waO
taken with one of the awfalet a
I ever had In my ife. I eoad at
speak above a wa aper sad waas V e
hoarse. I was afraid it wasa pdg to
be paumu Itook emoo btSs of
Chamberians Cough Rtemsda la
three days was lots betew me OWN
talk. I did ot take but the w bot-
tle and t eured ae. I awte evwy-
body about Chamh-EMf. -
'RBemedy and the goed It d0 1 a"
RO ERV NEW RAILROAD
An Important Link in Transportstion,
Has Comnewnoed Operati6s-
Norfolk, April 3.-The opening of
the Virginia railway, extending from
Norfolk to Deep Water, Va., was ac-
complished yesterday. The line ev-
ers a stretch of 446 miles and wil
be a very important factor la the de-
velopment of the country through
which It passes. .
The celebration of the opening of
the road was made m more notable y
the presence of H. H. Rogers, who
personally built -thbe road at the ex-
penditure of $40,00,000, and Mark
Twain, the great humorist
People past middle life usually have
some kidney or bladder disorder that
saps the vitality, which is naturally
lower In old age. Poles'a Kidney
Remedy corrects urinary trou lea,
..... 4, ".^ *.M
H. B. LA wee
stimulates the kidneys, and re"atees
strength and vigor. It cures uric acid crete work.. __9- a d
troubles by strengthening the kidney "-s a B, li I
so they will strain out the uric acid and_ bfd m e am-
that settles in the muscles and Joinats contracts t te mb el o
causing rheumatism. Sold by allU tram, roads auism r reafL-O
druggists. r railroad up track to bef a
commercial ralways asd sM hWJ
AND PROPOSKO CHARTER OF ad sell such property e a aa- .
FLORIDA ROCK COMPANY m6ary and a i84t to Its
--- businm ot miig -- saili gadi
The undersilged Intending Add pro- for building pa-r-po minaa -. ad
posing to organise a corppratimon under seeing po a"patme, an iga i tn
the general laws of the state of For- several onmtr M Mbl .
Ida relating to corporatloms for profit, I
and the acts of the legislature amend- "Th a2W o. t orf ~aO' Mec as-
atory thereto, hereby make and pub- tbomisi i the twt4rC t .
isla the following articles of oinor- Sa dolMi.l, wic.lh wl be a:d all
portion and proposed charter, vti: into two hUeade & aear lo i S
I v .. ...Nalu of oe hn d e a
The name of the corporation shall sn acapital stock s21ll6s PMa i is-
be FLORIDA ROCK COMPANY, and follows, to-wit: tf p r c-m, at a
its principal place of business shall pital atok gte paid b i 40 at9
be at Ocala, in Marion county, Flor- the tim ,of the s aimC- f teV
ida, With branch offices at such other cm ay after 6 a I
places as the board of directors "-th e ra@Wm&i w la in b ..
may from time to time desalnate. WEve &a ta t i f m
n erty coasstiog at o landS ad pasmal
The general nature of the business property, the Just and true vablae
to be transacted by the corporation s, ofwhich wfll be uo ua tod t o a -
to buy, own, sell, acquire, lease, mort- mantder of the espital stoek at paW
gage. and otherwise deal In lands In.
timber, buildings stone, paving and
Jetty rock. and such other property
as may be Incident to the general
character of Its business. The comn*
pany will engage in general business
of mining, selling and shipping build-
ing stone, paving rock and Jetty rock,
and phpophate rock And such other
rvauable deposits. It will engage In
the business of a general cto
of public works, road and street build-
Ing, construction of buildings, con-
OCALA PRESSK8 CLUB
J. J. FORT, Proepriesr
Rates reasonable-All goods
Pressed and Cleaned on Short No-
tice and Delivered Promptly. All
transient work not called for ir 30
days wil 'e sold for charges.
~hiWh m IS wr m M Wint as.e s
asens bstauge... s*hiee pewa.t W.f list.
hasb baegs ta4mut eeS be haI se hsE
m o a na ... iTbly bin e Akie o 000 1.4
aemqin..s5e"a ae. wmeemmeat 4, 3
wED gTeS i s wriile**r .1 Iasu aa same.-
pei reI gas .
MNL4 T* *UM 5
,The term for wind the '
shaU exist Is tweaty-4Ta. Ia
The, icers who wMl osase ithe
businmess- of the cannam wil e ,
presidonavim SM -
and trasr. m, a b-ar- d e9,oa Vi
directors, an st of wbam A I*e.A
at the first a anat m Netf f te or-
poration, ant yf th r'N v s- amd
the names of thae eA 1eeM wt.
eoaduet the baa e ts o ,-I l
umtfl those elected at the n e,4
shall be quaMmed. are, P. W. ,.S
prealet; W. A. MeaiP W S VIa
president; and C. A Tllegaw m-a
retary and treasmrr.
e hhaest smnt of ind.ed-
anels of labtr to whicM the orposa-
Uou can at anu~ tie s aubst m1.l
wil be the ammout oat eafp itaA V
the company autborwad aad mtad A
any. one tlhme and UtlR tSO mamom-
of capiw stmck bis o .426 n
capital stock hands a eht i .. e
w. W. Ditt. Oems. .n. M3W m
W. A. Mor-ead. Omef.
inoorperators th the at& day Of
e I. W. he ty (m1).
W. A. Xoohad. (Sa).
State of Wkrda.
County of Marion.
undersign" ater, F. w. W. t W 4
I lAvisem and I F. A. oI
to me wemB known toha tEm W-M-d
oe to tem f .Sh,.4 area ig.
ft d ma ae-- g
of for m noUs. ml ag1 Ik ft
set forth and pagauw
GIven under my bn, d ad eal.&
orace sths the me day at afetlx-.v
fH. aLsptern. I
Notary Paulc Iate ef raeda.
My AerO o n ep o Le Ama.' at
Notioe i sat by tat the
FApril, 1fr a ek* to E gevem 't
the Pwate Af t rMDao a
Ths Mlarch 2k UW.
F. W f oIS.
a IL Tgmmmbm
CARRY AT L
~.A ~ -
- 4 F A
- ,i~-.",. -,
-A _, 1 7-, -
-- ' '.- ( "* -WS