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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 04 6, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03134
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Volume 14, No. 266




To be C4. Off fromMarie amn d .V .h
Mr -Light Mhawa How Unsym-
SELF RISING tical the Division+- -
SSpecally Re-ved fore the Accomme- Wou d etOf Danger to Himsef PIWM d-A
S1 tion of Lynching Partie-UGeid 5(a L3auk Which i
IF oL 0 .d 8Uoe time age the Ocala Thints o d
for the SeMend Timne Monday contained a piece telling of a propos- Th!nmn hth Lawyrs
ed new county to be cut out of M;ar-
P,+nsacola. April .-David Alexan- ion and Levy counties. La.t v."ek I McMae. Ga.. April C-Pope. Bill. a
TlIS DBor lakes bedercakes d-r. the negro who murdered Police- received a card with may and an- prominent attorney of Macon. was
man Carter here Sunday was taken nouncement. and recently a letter from! "found dead in his law @m here yes-
and BEATJ BISCU1 anMY; :,from th- city Jai at 4 o'clock yester- a n-arby representative asking my' terday-
!m '1ay morning and lynched. views on the proposed new county. The dead man held a revolver In hi.,
tA er. UIITriievUi, isready The mob which made up tbo lynch- I have written the representative hand. and the office was a scene of
9aw i"arty was composed of from 25 tOlteiling him why I was opposed to the considerable disorder, which Ifidicat-
for me, and does n t reqlure 30 m,-n. They did their work quietly. new county about as follows: ed that he was killed Sunday night
After overpoweuing the jailer. who was Marion county's commissioners have; after a struggle with some one.
any baku g powder or ied. In on position to make a defense, the I instructed uA to work and vote against t Sunday. hll went to w local mer-
mnn tw)k AIlvander from thi Jail and the proposed new county, chant and told him he wanted to buy
WIE PURU I I riUAY U C20| marhed him a short distance away to I believe 9" per c-nt. (f Marion a weapon with which to defend om-
bel m i ..i.l kld la telegraph Tle,. from which the body county's taxpayers are againstiL tf He aid he had reelvd reveal
but te Iha kil ed his wasws a i,-dily swung, a rope being The card I received with map on threatening letters and he IlI bod-
thrown ,ov.r the arm of the polo. Alex- one aide and announcement o A the fly Injury. -The mWaat opem hik
making MSCUL ander a dranw. an mud his body other I believe I ts not correct and is *tore an *iod him th lyler which
i riddled with bullet-s. The mob then migleadl&g. wasto fmd In the d*ad maWa bamad
Ginara- Mle Aed JiWU PM r dispersed. The whole affair did not The announcement claims that the next moniw.
consume more than three minutes. proposed new county would take but Hill came te as One of the sttor-
_,fEB iThe pole used in thls lynching is the 325 people from both Marion and neyji In the Dodge laadcase A pe-
0. K GROCERY I %ame one which acted as a scaffold L.vy counties. The United States cullarl pait of the tragdyI that he Is
When another negro was lynched a census report of 1900 says there are one of the foremost of nso e- th% m
CLARK BROS, Proprietors short time ag96. j approximately 3000 people in Marion's five attorneys 'whe have been eonnect-
jThe affair caused but little excite- side and 350oo people in Levy's side Of e1 with the famdUs case to meet a
TWO 'PHONES 174 ment. No trouble is anticipated. It is the- proposed new county, tragic anq mysterious death.
_i __ ,_ ..._ __ i not likely that any arrests will follow. The announcement claims that the -
SAlexander stabbed Poiceman Car- propised new county would have as- BEWARE
ter to death when the officer was at- sessed valuation of $1.570.000. We be-,
R. D. FULLER, ,tempting to arrest him, He was cap- live this i. wrong, and that $1.W0.- Of Ointments for Catarr that Contain
tre-d shortly afterward. There wasn 000 would be more than its true value. MWy
DENTAL SURGEON F littlh- talk of lynching yesterday. The as that part of Marion and Levy is of[As mercury will surely destroy the
I negro made a full confession of the less value than the average Marion sense oft smell and completely derange
Office Over Munroe & Cleambli '!crime. couptir propertyJ, the whole system, when enterkn it
It would take from Marion nearly through the mucous afrilea Such
Bank. I A TOP NOTCH DOER one-eighth of Its 'people, nearly one- nrtieles should never be used except
OCALA - FLORIDA eighth of Its valuation and one-eighth on prescription* froim reputable pByr-
S CSOweat, dteds compel regard. The Of ItOf t A Itor, iclaus, as the damage they will do Is
ITERMS, CASH. world crow" Its- dors. Tflls why It would take from Levy coufity ten-fold to the good yof n poseflly
-- -_ American people have Crowne Dr. gbout oae-third of its area. about 40 derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
King's -Nt DlDscovery the King of'per. oetpf JItpeople and about one- (urmanuqaetatUred by FI. J. Cheety
JH HAC E Throat and ting Renedies. reryl' tlird of 4ts vluation. To take 3500 & Co. Toledo. Ohio. ce ka a6 mer-
J. EL. C ACE atom Is a health force. Itills germs people f" I LAtWs S802 would cripple cury, and is taken Interally, acting
and colds and fa grippe vanishes. It Levy bd.'I directly qu the blood and auMu ur-
D T LNTA|L URG.OCN heals coug racked mebftanes and One part, of the proposed new coun- faces of the system. In buying ailS
coughing stops. Boxe, inflamed ron- i ty Is itthlU miles of Levy county's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen-
Rooms 9h 10 and I lblal tubes and iungs are cured & I cotbtilae. ulne. It Is taken internally and jnade
S9 o hemorrhages cease. Dr. eo. More, j The proposed Mcounty seat of the new In Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &
Second Floor, Holder Block. 1ack Jack. XN. C.. writes: "It cured county would be Williston. within 6 Co. Testimonialf free. Sold by drug-
SeconA Foor, Holer BlockoVr91ern
me of lung trouble, pronounced hope- Imiles of 11 northern boundary and gists. Price' 75c. per bottle. Take
OCALA, FLORIDA. less by all doctors." 60c, I$. Trial would be about 40 mles from its ex- Hall's Family Pills for coMlpatio.
bottles free. All druggists. treme southwest corner.
TERMS CASH. -- The proposed new county taken from' ENDED THE ARQUIEINT
__ '-CAUSED BY CIGARETTES Marion-wold commence at the north-
1 .-- -----, west. -btmer of Marion county, runn-1 As Far as He Was C-onoo- en d
The Fire Which l Bhed a 2AO&S Inmg' ast 16 within four miles. of Or-; D t-i of Ex-G vwm PybM
L F. BLALOCK Hole in Fen Wrtk, s ange Lake. thence south to vkhbn four of 11bmk;"la
i Fort Worth. Tex... April -TO'f81l of t'0'*srtln, thence west j+ust Lincohl, April 6.' W. A. Poyntm.
n l n uarty of small boys and a c akweley enough to leave Blltchton poetofflce ex-goveror'of Nebraska-, was stricee
Denal n thrown cigarette generally crediMd arionm county. thence southh to a with an attack`o( apoplexy yesterday
Bn I the fire of Saturday, which destroyed point near the A. C. L. close to Levy, and died while making a speech In the
W Vert W e P erdsU -Ik *mloperty in Srouth Fort Worth valued thence west and south to the Wilbhla- offle. of. ovrnor )aallUmberger. In
Pho 21t iat $2.000.000. caused the death of one coochee river. three mes west of Dun- connectimt ltb. the bearlag whieh Is
Phoe, 2 person, J. J. Netton, a bank em- nellon. taking In all of Geiger, all of being conducted on the daylight a-
Offce Heur-4- to 12 a. mn.; 1 to 5 p. m ployee. the serious injury of six oth- Flemlngton. most of Fairfield. half of loon bilL The bearing of the caqe was
TR M, rAS ers. rendering 300 families homeless Blitchton. part of Cotton Plant and all immediately postponed.
TERMS. CASH.and will cause the temporary idle- of Romeo. L S. Light.
.... .. .. .. ness of several hundred workmen em- REMEMBER
played in the manufacturing plants THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS We are sole agents in Ocala for Kno-
01AR Cft D i HULBEi m uR D and business flousms burned. The tair hosiery; 6 pair guaranteed 6
CHARLE SDb. ULDIBET, 1 D burned district in under the guard of Mother Gray's sweet powders for months.. They are sheerer than oth-
state troops to prevent looting and children, a certain relief for feverish- ers you buy at same priCes. All col-

110alep i D du although *orn out by their cohtnu- I ness. headache, bd' stomach, teeth-
out laborers, thie entire flhting forceling, disor4ers move and regulate the
id Sur 0e of the city hi' still engaged in extin- bowels and destroy worms. They
gushing. finally thie burning embers, break -up c 4d in 24 hours They are
Office Second Floor The Munroe and which with the wind still high. spas- so pleasant to the taste and harmless
Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala, medically springs into a blaze. A as milk. Children like them. Over
Florida. mass meeting of the citizens was held 10.000 testimonials of cures. They
Telephones: Office, 222; Residence. 221 and relief committees named. How- never fail. Sold by all druggists, 26c.
Office Houre ever, because the fact that the burn- Ask today. Don't accept any susti-
S7:20-20 In. ed residence district was populated, tute.
-. a. mi. 1-4 p. m.. 7:O nm largely by those In comfortable cir-
--- -- - imstances, the monetary relief need- STUDIED TOO STRENUOUSLY
ed will be small. ---
THE ON NER lA L Warsaw. Ind. April 6.-Rev. Albert
I COM ER CI AL HEART FLUTTERING Rand.. who has been absent from here
B RB R SHf -- or a month, has been located at Ma-
UBan SHOP U'ndigested food and gas In the con Ga.. and wll be brought home by
__ stomach, located Just below the hart, Charles Moon. a friend of the family.
presses against it and causes heart Overstudy caused a mental breakdown
Opens into the lobby of the palpitation. When your heart trou- Rev. Rand wrote his wife, saying:
0 I ou bles you In that way take Herbine for "Memory avid consciousness left me at
OVala House. a few days. You will soon be all right. Wabash; a dreamy blank until March
50c a bottle. Sold by the Anti-Mono- 1: had a terrible struggle; thought of
Offers the very best service of poly Drugstore. having left you is crushing."
skilled workmen with modern ap-
i, c:.. .....:...... ct! DALLAS WAS DAMAGED NATURE TELLS YbU

pit iU C .. ,3tricu y lV : llltdl V z ic-
tric fans, electric massages.
l RIntMing Water at a Times

Cotractor and Badie.

Plans and Spedifications Furnished
Upon Request
129 [IrdSt.
Ocala. Fa. Phone 130



Undertakers ad Embalmers

Another Texas Town Suffers front
Dallas. Tex.. April 6.-Sixty-four
residences and a private sanitarium
at Oak Cliff, a suburb of Dallas, were
destroyed by fire yesterday, causing
a loss estimated at $2W,000. The fire,
fanned by a strong southwest wind,
swept through fourteen residence
Motfo Notverine Pill -
The great nerve and brain restora-
tive for men and women, Mproduces
strength and vitality, builds up the
system and renews the normal vigor.
For sale by druggists or by mall, 91
per box, 6 boxes for $5. Sold by the
Anti-Monopoly Drutstoro.
Washington. D. C.. April .--Con-
certed action is to be taken practi-

D. I. MelVER ALFRED E. OWI.N call" by the entire congressional del-
Undes lkes legations from Mississippi. Louisiana.,
Uaenke Texas. Arkansas and Tennessee to
eas t and B al the battleship olisinssippi sent
FlB8 C3t1 ad Burl Rbb to Natchez. Miss to be presented
AM Wor Don by Licewith a silver service, the gift of the
All W ork Done by Licensed EM- peopleof the state.
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
... - i You should not delay under any
Circumstances in caes of kidney and
bladder trouble. You should take
something promptly that you know Is
Reliable, somthilng ikeDeWitt's Kid-

As Aany an Ocala Reader Knows Too
4 Well

When the kidneys are sick,
Nature tells you all about it.
The -urine is nature's calendar.
Infrequent or too frequent action.
Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
Dean's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
Ills. I
Mrs. 90L Ratherree, living at 201
W. McCormick St., Galnesvllle, Fla.,
says: "I suffered from dragging pains
In my back for some years. I
was In almost conetant misery, and
often the pains were so intense that I
could diot move about. The secretiolns
from my kidneys were also irregular
In action, and caused me further an-
noyance. Any Cold always aggravated
my trouble and at such times I would
suffer severely. A friend finally ad-
vised me to try Dean's Kidney Pills
and I did so. The first few doses of
this remedy gave me relief, and when
I had used the contents of obe box the
pains lad disappeared, and the kidneys
once more acted In a normal m-nner.
I am glad to give Doan's Kidney Pills
the credit for bringing me back to good
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call it Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MIburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
to A. A. Chisholm,. of Tredwell. N. T..

oats. H. ^.Masters - ^.

I have opened In Ocala a shop I
high-class paperhanging and paint
and It Is my desire to give an em
mate on every painting and pap&
hanging Job that Is to be dne
Ocala. I have the best paper na
the south and I handle the fne#t a
most up to date line of paper, hI
laps. silk fabric oods and Ialtati
tiling, both Imported and domestic
the market and my Interior decem
ties are up to date I have mUde
special of interior work for yeaMs a
can suit any one. I make the bI
loth and pictorial, also all iams
signs, gold leaf and gilding a sp
cialty. Ladies desiring to make I
elections of papers vtl4ut the trol
of going up town will be prom
waited on at any time they desre
their home with a complete line
samples. Just drop me &a nrd w
the time you desire to see them a
you will be waited on pumptly. A
out of town work promptly dome a
solicited. Respetfully,
Andy .Whtley
No. 10 Fort King Avenue.

lontezuina BarbenkE

In C sti- With ithe Nat.. Off
Skilled workmen and corteo
tentlo nto alL Special attSUo

R. A. DETERII. P1iw i


Plan8 furnished
on application.

P.O. %UN.,

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The am of tka heFew e m-"r fL
fIwsweu and in Jail ~ at wng

fan Diego. Calif. April .-Cotm
ual worry over the prdcaulat it
which he now .nAdu k lMm fi&
of baving passedft"e wtg*s. tof .1
its believed to have MalMed the
mind of Howell Tits. frgmer*'"fs
ecutag attesoey at phattanin, Te-
nesses. TItu- wassa e ar e4 te doy
ago mand seace tht time hs been em-
Oled In the county Jail because ot In.-
ability to furnish ball In the sum f
Although believed to be prominent-
ly connected in Jacksonville and Chat-
tanooga. no word has bees received
from relatives or friends in that cfty.
yselaw hes ba* rt l
s state that hs% ..'rvawwo ut I
apeatrs to 6I wrecked mud it
probably be necessary to send him to
an insane asylum.
Wbea tahmT into Iow yesterday for
-r~thr egml-lli Thw ngpeur
eai to bave Iwo Vatsou @1 the aita
tMLon e a no atteaWt t'ho
proeeGInU The courtt w -e
physicians to examine him as to Ma


The launch -Merry "*Mow,- with
canopy top, safe, swift and comforta-
ble.- is for hire at Sltver Springs
either for a short tripon the runk. for
a moonlight excursion of ,*ealrto
points on the fiver or for long trip to
Pslatka Or Jacksonville. A careful
pilot and Skiled engineer always in
charge of the boat Order should be
booked several days ahead to make
sure of an engagement Call o R. ID.
Mat"ew- at the Ocala steam Lanary
or phone him at No. 1L -24-tt'
We can nw'supply a lin ited quan-
tity of our Jersey butter. The HBi.
watha Lake Dairy.
lies In a keen, clear brain, ba!)ed by
idomt.itable will and. reiste sa emw .
Such power comes from the splendid
heMth that Dr. King's New jta i &
Impart. They vitalMe every. orn
and build up brain and body. J. A.
H .rmon Lemre W. Va, writes:
"They are the best pill efer used."
25e at all &Idruggist

Items of Isr"s ofPeople ad Af.
faip in tie Phesphmate City

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(Advo te, lad.) ..
Cat. J. A. Tucker, of Ocala. C am.
down to spend several days in town, p 1f' S
with his daughrsu Mesdane Duke U
Peter and Hanewaker. The Advocate .- "
Mai6 was delighted, to see Camt, iTak- ,c as w.ok ,-
ir agasn d ea that ,hi. was "
4ettlag alstg niae* sad that : l of his
go!. mil. were well. 1 cRa. "ptain
111s Umay friends, here who-will -be
sia to bee him .again. N r -ia
Mrs. K 0. Make and Mis= Jesse.
Lou Martin, of Ocala arrived the lat-.
ter part of lost week to spend several ":"....:. "..
dan wilth Mr. atnd Mrs. IL HEL Sanders. .'w ^ Rr -f ^. ^ tS
Ulm cmrite Barco. and Mr& ato ...,,i, .y tn-
returned to the r bome at Cotton Vntt. i r'1 ik'"k 0
Plant Monday after a vs to Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Ben. Mrs. Graig wig wsoon
visit "~rt Carolina for the swumer. II
Dunmellon Is wom to have a Catho-
tic church. Mr. and M. Barry Peter ... f '
have donated the lot acrom the street + .- i
of that section haye given gener
donations. The church will be eect-
ed In the near future.
The Advocate extends congratu la ", S
tion and tbeet wishes to Mr. and Mrs. . .r-
R. H. Sanders upon the occaslo oL w r y .- i
their twemty4fth anni.v.ary or N/ .l, -GY. f tI.&I '
-silver weddang.I whifc v eeblt H .i| ..'
ed at their home i this citr Tuesdayy' L l
evening. the oc-a"ion K
Mrs. W. H. MHills died yesterday '
mori-gafter having been n Ill for the
past month, and will be buried this .
morning at the Duanello.. cemetery.
Mrs. Mills leaves a hubafd and Ive
children to mourn her loss. -Te Ad- 'p.e. + 6 Si
vocate extends sympathy and condol-A Am Iinumm IiuiJd
ence to the bereaved onoes. .
Mrs. Q. ZI Peacock and bAy re- a d L IU Wjf ..
tuned Sunday from a visit to Mr. '--- old --"+'
and Mrs. J. C. Thomson at Bartow.' MSS, __"
tB. RoL s, one of Hernandos prom- -.
Inent merchants. was In town Mon- C !.
day afternoon and Tuesday mornitg. too f te
Mr. Rosa went up to Ocala on the .-- -- -
noon train Tuesday to transxctb ug- 0 hl -: : :.
.^ , .'* - ," .-"' ''?*: M ~^ ri'!~ F (f
Ulms Winnie Tucker won the prize ca M t
at the Woodman of the WorM dauce Iu:g ', . __ -.- '*' :. S
and supper lt Fridaky evening ter .-R917
being the best dancer and the most A-"- I.-a--- i
popular young lady. The prise was aj p m -_ 11- ^
large delicious cake. Mna oe W i
Mr. Chase. W. Rush left MGEW&) (Or I
Port Orange in response to a jtei-.,
gram that his father. Mr. E. W. ORush.
was dead. having passed away that
Messrs. Henry Gordon( W d. rA nl- J-
chael and Judge Joe Bell wer among i"ILL'"' -
the Ocalalte In town Thursday.
DunmnellOn wilsn o have a fine- sys- -, -.-:.
tern of local telephones. c m
Mr. and Mrs. B. IJ. Benson enter- m,
trained informally a few friends at ii---l::
their home Monday evening, Among
thse Present were Mr. and Ms. 3 .- ,1 -R --_..I X
ttL Sanders. Mrs. IF. G. Blake. Miwse s:. .^:;'-"
""' Lm, Martin and Evelyn AD- a'

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C. L. UtsWger ad R. R. CLrreS,
dlteors ad Pa hers.

C. L. TTgah, Editor

IL. CAMROLLe. Suans MIwU r


The Star is In receipt of Governor
Albert W. OUllchtris miesae to the
Florida legqslsturs wch waS read to
that body today. It ki a voluminous
document, eoverla 70 pages, pamphlet
form, with half-doas pages extra.
giving fanes riltted sad pardons
granted to coavieted parties since
1907. numberlag 147 subjects. It is so
voelaunous that It Is Impossible to
print it nla the star sad we will Indicate
a few of the many topics treated by
hig excellency for the consideration of
the working branch of the state.
On the martin is a slip with the
words: "T he released April 6. 1009
at 1 o'Wclk p. m. and not sooner." He
opeas with state t of the. generaJ
condition of the slatc, population, II-
literary. health and general progress
Then a treatise on due process of law
rare food Inspectors, railroad commis-
skmn, telegraph companies under rail-
road commission, primary elections,
county convicts, pardons, public debt,
disposition of timber In navigable
streams, state troops, dralaage tax,
tazatio of Pullman cars, assessed val-
uations, Florids banks, license tax. ex-
pre1 companies, graduated inheri-
tance tax. homestead In drainage dis-
tricts, pensions by states, Florida lead-
lan them all In liberality: recommen-
dation of judges, among them our W.
8. Butock, who favors a cash bond
In criminal cases; repeal of the $50
reward clause for Information against
these selling liquor without a license.
saying It foteters perjury, etc.; con-
stitutlonal amendments and the cost
of printing same: school funds, how
derived: school district tax, one or
mdf high schools for each county;
rucommendations*of adjutant general;
state board of health: hospital for the
Insane; advertising the resources of
the tate; town and city charters:
silver service for battleship Florida;
lobbying: Abraham Lincoln. desiring
the day of his birth be made a legal
holiday In Florida: Internal improve-
ment fund; lands conveyed to state
board of education; drainage; so-call-
ed Indian war claim and its history:
school fund Investment; laws going
Into effect on approval of the gover-
nor; state printing; railroad transpor-
tation passes, editors, families of em-
ployees, favoring passes to editors for
advertising: defidencles. of which
there is $117,00. caused .by pension
bill appropriations not paid. 325.000
for lock at LAke Hlepochle, $130.000
for uniform system of public schools;
8120,00 for state aid to public schools
based on attendance: 80.0W for state
eld to extend term; $1S,000 to erect a
monument on the battlefield of Chic-
amaugua to memory of Florida troops:
Se,0M to West Florida Pair, also $30.-
W to fair at Tampa.
It will be seen the governor has beer.
busy noting the condition of affairs lan
Florida and in all these matters has
made mary judicious suggestions and


The old Confederate veterans have
received notice from the comptroller's
office at Tallhassee which flls them
with sadness. Thert is no 'money
available in the pension fund and until
the legislature makes some provision
for their payment the pensions will
not be sent out for the quarter com*-
monening with April 1st. The pension
roll is enormous and takes a lot of
money. The law passed by the last
legislature gave all veterans pensions
whether they were In need of them
or not and the amount required
is so large that there could be but the
result that has now been reached.
What action the present legltlature
will take remains to be seen, both as
to temporary relief and for perma-
nent measures.


Capt. W. L. Ditto, one of our oldest
ettlisens and a close weather observer,
has been on uneasy street for the past
month on account of the weather and
the growing crops. Marion county has
never had such a large aereage or so

promnlag a crop of vegetables can-
taloupes, melons and field crops be-
fore, and the captain has been fearful
lest the tender vegetation be killed by
Stfrot. Twice since he has resided
it Marion county Capt. Ditto has seen
killing frosts in April, once on the 7th
and once earlier In the month. Both
times he was a heavy looser, there-
fore, he says, he is always uneasy for
fear a froet will visit us until after
April 7th has passed, and as tomorrow
Is the 7th and today the weather is so
warm, he breathes easy. Most truck
growers In this section feel perfectly
easy after March 20th and few ever
fear a frost after the 10th that Is
severe enough to kill.

B F. Morris, of Clncinaati, Ohio,
was In town this morning. He came
down from Fairfield, where he is as-
oisting Messrs. Jennings and Tate
with their trucking operations. ML
Morris takes all his sight seeing afoot
No touring cars for him. Over his
shoulder he slings a sack containing
his portable property and his ward-
robe and as he views nature and the
arts of man In his journeys through
his vale of tears he smiles and smiles
and all la sunshine in his heart. He
* alde the Star a pleasant call to bor-
row some exchanges to note as he
trudges merrily along the doings of
this old world of ours.

Mr. M. E. Robinson, the popular
Tampa shoe drummer, was in town
today Interviewing the trade and cir-
culating a petition asking the A. C. L.
railroad to nut on a daily train be-


Speaker of the Huee of Representa-
tives by a Big Majority Over
His Opponents
Tallahassee. April 6.-After a most
spectacular fight in which every Inch
of ground was vigorously contested
and ready perception of situations and
Ingenuity of action were paramount at
all stages. Ion I PFarris of Duval coun-
ty, was nominated for speaker of the
house of representatives at the caucus
last night over two other candidates,
Alexander of Volusia and Roberson of
Suwannee county, MaeWUllams of St.
Johns, and Carter of Alachua having
retired from the race. The vote was
Farris. 39; Alexander. 13: Robersdh.
The nomination was a high tribute
to the efficiency and popularity of Mr
Farris as well as to the fidelity of his
friends. He is in every way qualiflef
to fulfill the official duties on ever.
line of work and tue lower houst
chose wisely.
J. 0. Kellum of Alachua was unani-
mously re-elected chief clerk.
For assistant chief clerk, Charles 0.
Rivers of Columbia county and J. C.
Maine of Bradford county. Rivers re-
ceived a majority of six votes and was
declared the winner.
For bill clerk George B. Dickinson
of Orange county was elected unani-
For, reading clerk Nat R. Walker
was elected by acclamation. For as-
sistant reading clerk F. W. B. Lanier
and Morris Miehelson were nominated
Michelson won by a vote of 63 to 4.
For engrossing clerk. Dr. York was
nominated by acclamation.
For enrolling clerk. C. M. Brown and
B. F. Hemstead were nominated. The
former won by a vote of 40 to 28.
For recording clerk R. A. Gray was
nominated by acclamatfin.


For President of the Senate-Our Sen*
ator Baker Presided as .President
Pro Tern
Tallahassee, April $-After a day of
hard work on both sides Frederick M.
Hudson of the thirteenth district, was
electedd president of the Florids Sen-
ate over Joseph H. Humphries of the
twenty-seventh district last night by
a vote of 20 to 11.
Senator Baker of the twentieth was
made president prqtem by acclamation
and Charles A. Fln;'y of Lake City
secretary without opposition.
Officers and attaches were then
elected as follows: Assistant secre-
tary, A. C. Sellars bill secretary, C. 0.
Andrews: recording secretary. Mrs. L
B. Young, reading secretary. Nat P.
Smith; engrossing secretary. R. A
Smith: enrolling secretary. Charles
Sams; sergeant-at-arms. F. C. Will-
lamson; messenger, Elmer MeCreary:
chaplain. Rev. Sampel Morand; oor-
keeper, T. A. Morgan, Janitor; Arthur
Kersall; pages. Jeff LeDavis Beard, John
Gambliss, Elmore Collins.

Tallahassee, April C.-Mr. Thomas J
Appleyard. successor to Mr. Claudeh
LEngle In the buslndas of state print-
ing .will launch out on Wednesday Into
dally Journalism. The new paper will
be called the Dally News and will be
specially devoted to legislative Items.
The local Interests of the NewsNrill be
looked after by Miss Alice Appleyard
of Lake City, who is accounted one of
the best women writers in the state.
Mr. Claude L'Engle opens today his
"People's Lobby" In the old armory
building opposite the capitol, on Mon-
roe street. Ms. '/Egle has fitted up
this place at his own expense and ex-
tm-nds a cordial Invitation to 11 repre-
* sentatlves, bith of the senate and the
t ouse, to meet at the lobby for dis-
cussion of public measures. Mr.
, I.'Engle says he has no personal axe
to grind,, but that he is deeply inter-
ested in several bills, the passage of
which will be of great benefit to the
state at large, and for these he In-
tends working with his accustomed
vigor. *

The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. S1 bottle two
months' treatment Sold by druggists
or by mail Send for testlmoonlls. Dr.
E. W. Hall. 202 Olive street, St.
Louis, MissourL.

The coroner's Jury headed by Judge
Bell viewed the body of Isaac Draft at
Martin yesterday. It seems that he

was a colored Baptist preacher, had
officiated that night near his home. to
which he returned after the service.
It lo& as though he was shot in the
back In his own yard and then the
body dragged into the street. The cor-
oner's jury will not make Its report be-,
fore tomorrow.

Children especially like Kennedy's
Laxative Cough Syrup,,as it tastes
nearly as good as maple sugar. It not
only heals Irritation and allays in-
flammation. thereby stopping the
cough, but it also moves the bowels
gently and In that way drives the
cold from the system. It contains no
opiates. Sold by all druggists.

Among the people seen in town to-
day from the country were Frank
Turner. Bradly Pond and Dow Beck
of Cottage Hill. These gentlemen say
there will be no pears this year. The
trees did not bloom.
If you have a backache and urinary
troubles you should take Foley's Kid-
ney Remedy to strengthen and build
up the kidneys so they will act prop-
erly, as a serious kidney trouble may
develop. Sold by all druggists

Our friend. Tom R. Gary, will please
accept our thanks for a very fine roll
of Florida butter. It was rich in color
and flavor and as good as the best.

People past middle life usually have
some kidney or .ladder disorder that
sans the vitality, which is naturally


The -New Forage, Nitrogen-Producing
Plant 6 Rapidly Coming Into
Prominence in Florida
Plants that will grow foragt and
that will at the same time put nitro-
gen into the soil and act as a cover-
Ing or protection to the land. have a
value that is daily being recognized
by the farmer and all those Interested
in agricultural pursuits and stock
Below we give an article from the
pen of E. C. Pleas, of Chipley, Fpi..I
that will be read with deep interest
by the farming class and all those in-
terested in stock raising. Mr. Pleas
has the distinction of having Intro-
duced and propagated the Japanese,
Kudzu vine, the greatest thing yet
discovered as a forage and covering
plant, as well as a nitrogen gatherer.
"The question of permanent pasture
Is a most important one to the south-
ern farmer, for to successfully raise
stock he must have permanent pas-
ture of good quality, something bet-I
ter than the native wire grass, carpet
grass or Bermuda grass. These arej
all desirable In the absence of any-
thing better, but all combined fall
short of keeping stock In perfect con-
dition throughout the summer and
fall, even when stock have free ac-
cess to an unlimited area. ;
"The time is not far off when the:
farmer can no longer depend -,n the
public range, and even now it pays I
to grow most forage in the field. We!
have for winter pasture, oats, rye etc..
Then there are the native grasses forI
a while In the spring, and the velvet
bean in the fall. but tnere is a gap!
between that can only be filed by the'
frequent planting and cultivation of
various annuals, more or less unsat-
"The forage plant that will tide the
farmer and stock raiser over the long.
hot, dry summer, as well as the rainy
season, will fill a long felt want.
Kudzu will dq'it.
An Ideal Pasture Plant
"After several years' experience
with the Kudsu vine (pueraria them-
berglana). I find It a most admirable
forage for this purpose. What is more,
it is perennial; It is one of the first
things to start In the spring,- and
stays by us until after killing frosts.
"It is ready to pasture here in west
Florida (latitude 31 degrees) by April
1, or even earlier, having the ground
thoroughly covered with new growth
by that time, and if desired for hay,
can be cut May 1, making as much
growth by May as the velvet bean
makes In an entire season. It comes
again quickly after cutting, and in
two weeks' time has the ground al-
most obscured. It*-is more easily cur-
ed than the velvet bean, which it
greatly resembles in appearance and
manner of growth. But it only needs
to be planted once and cultivated the
first season, taking care of Itself after
.that, and all the owner needs to do
Is to keep it cut, if wanted for hay,
or to turn the stock from one lot to
another In pasturing. When divided
into three or four lots and pasturing
in succession, more stock can be sup-
ported on' a given area than by al-I
lowing them .full range. I
History bf the Kudzu
"Kudzu Is a native of Japan, and
its history in the United States dates
back to the Centeiaial at Philadel-,
phis, In '76, when it was brought over
by the Japs to shade their buildings
at the exposition. It serves' many
purposes in Japan, being used as an
ornamental vine as well as a forage.
A fine quality of starch and also fibre
are made from its pu'p. There It I
planted on rocky hillsides and waste
places, and land that would be other-
wise practically useless is thus made
to yield good returns. It has been
pointed out that most" all the fruits,
flowers and other botanical Introduc-
tions from Japan have proven destr-
able acquisitions to American agri-
*The Kudsu vine is no exception,
and I believe is destined soon to be-
come the most important plant intro-
duced in the south since the advent of
cotton. While it has been grown in
the United States for over thirty years
as an ornamental vine, It remained
for me to discover its greatest pos-
sibilities as a forage plant for the
south. I had secured a few seed from
Japan to try it as a shade for our
summer house on the front lawn. The-
Afirst year it made only a few feet of
growth, but the second year it sent
out long, trailing vine all over the
grass, and after the lawn mower had
passed over it, the large -dead leaves

looked so bad we decided to get rid
of it.
Discovered by Chance
"The next spring, 1304, I grubbed
them all out and was going to throw
them on the brush pile, but my wife
proposed planting them around it to
see if they would not cover it and
hide It from view, as it was neces-
sary to receive trimmings from the
trees, roses, etc., about the grounds.
So three plants were set out around
it, and by the fa'i of :905 they had
covered a space of about 50x80 feet
(all that Is available between our
garden, barn, drive and neighbor's
pasture lot) to a depth of *wo and
one-half "'feet, practically as Is shown
in the accompanying photograph.
"It was not until the vines began
creeping through the bars to the
horse shed and the fence on the
neighbor's side that I suspected its
value as stock feed. My horse sim-
Sply got down on his knees, reached
under and nipped every leaf that came
within two feet of the bars, while the
neighbor's horse, when turned into the
adjoining lot, would make for the Kud-
su vines the first thing and never
leave until the last leaf in reach was
Rich in Nutrition
"i began to Investigate. I cut some
of it for hay, and found it cured much
quicker than the velvet bean or cow
pea hay, and subsequent experience
has proven it retains its bright green
color even after exposure to the light
and air for a year. and I have never
smelled sweeter hay.

Seime as as-ssr umg Be O 1 S1
above smple statemat os twm.
It has illumniated that statemet ad
given it a meaning ever broadening with
the increasing treadth of kaowled
When the blood is -bad r aImpure
I nDot am the body which naEm
through disease. The brain IS abs
eloude mindat sad jodl aei -
ftedsfdyua l a dsidngdarlmpmi
tho treas to theia

better. or salt-rheus, sad othel

In the ema o serofalo sm

large glands open eating ulca or ell
sorea the "Golden Medical Discoveryv s
performed the mos marvelous cuar la
case of o id sore or open eating uleeas,
It is well to apply to the opea so es Dr.
Pierce's A1-IIeatlnt Salve, which pow-
seses wonderful healing potency when
used asan application to the sores Incou.
Junction with the use of "Golden Medical
Discovery'a a blood cleansing seni-
tutional treatment If your dr
dont happen to have the Al-Heallg
Salve In stock, you can easily procure t
by inclosing ffty-for cents in postage
stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 6 Maian St,
Buffalo, N. Y., and it will come to yon by
return post Most druggists keep t aas
well as the Golden Medical Disovery.'
@ @ .
You can't afford to accept any medlic
of unknown compoition as a substitute
for "Golden Medical Discovery,"which Is
a medicine or sKroww coMPOMa-O,
having a complete I1t of Ingredimnts in
plain English on Its bottle-wrapper, the
same beig attested as correct under oath.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
and iarigorate sonmcharmassd hubowe

and when we consider its many other
good qualities, it stands easily at the
head of the list.
"As stated before, it is perennial
and closely resembles the velvet bean'
(belonging to the same great, order of
plants, Leguminosa). but one planting
and cultivating the first season serves
for a life time, if desired.
"Stock do not seriously Injure the
vines by tramping on them, as with
the velvet bean, and even if they do,
the vines having rooted where touch-
ing the ground, quickly put out new
growth. It does not have to be cut at
any certain time, as with most forage
plants, but the earlier it is cut and
the oftener, the more 'hay it will pro-
duce. It seems best adapted as a pas-
ture, however, as one would exper-
lence the same trouble in harvesting
the first cutting, each season, as with
the velvet bean, all after *cuttings be-
ing of short fine growth, thclkly set
and as easily handled as a heavy crop
of clover or parsley. Yet I have cut
some very heavy. crops of velvet beans
.very successfully with both one and
two horse mowers, aidd whie I have
not grown the Kudzu to the extent
of cutting with a mower, I sa i o rea-
sob why it should not be 's easily cut
and harvested, if not left until the
vines get old and woody and rooted
to the ground. After the first cutting
each year the vines are short and
thickly set and have no tendency to
take root.
"It has been suggested by high au-
thority that this vine might prove of
Inestimable value in reclaiming the
worn out 1)lds of the south, as well
as preventing washes on ft clay hill
sides, as its roots penetrate tbpp soll
to a great depth In all directions, and
the vines, taking root ate-the joints,
are enabled to catch tre drift on top
and hold the sofl beneath.
"If one is to Judge its powers as a
soil renovator or nitrogen gatherer
from the number of bacteria noduMes
that form on rootlets at certain
stages of their growth, I have never
seen Its equal. The portion of a root
shown in the accompanying Out bore
250 nodules, by aceal count, and is
but an average specimen, while I had
on exhibition at Tampa and Jackuon-
ville this last winter specimens show-
ing upwards of two thousand of these
nodules to the plant no larger thaa
the one here own.
Propagation and Planting
"The Kudzu produces numerous
clusters of delicately fragrant blos-
soms of brilliant purple, much in the
same manner as the wisteria, but so
far as kaown rarely seeds la Amer-
ica, and is propagated by means of
the rooted Joints, set six to ten feet
apart, and kept cultivated until the

vines reach out and prevent it.
"Just how far north it will succeed
as it does here in Florida remains to
be tested, though It Is hardy as far
up as Nova Scotia. There it merely
sheds its leaves in cold weather, the
matured vines living on.
"The Kudzu seems to be adapted
to any soil. rich or poor, wet or dry,
though the richer the land the better
it will succeed. When I bought my
land eleven years ago it would not
make over five bushels of corn per
acre. it was so worn out ahd run
down. being one of the oldest pieces
in cultivation here. Sfice I got It, It
has not had enough fertilizer, all told
(on the part where the tine is locat-
ed) to make one generous application,
and yet the Kudzu appears to be on
rich land. and I cut thirty pounds of
dry hay from a space of 15x15 feet in
July. 1907. and In two weeks after It
was nearly knee deep again. Vines
from a mature plant have made the
enormous growth of 28 feet in two
weeks' time, with half a dozen side
branches, some of them twelve feet
long, and yet that land has never
bhen broken or cultivated in any way
since years before the three plants
were stuck out and allowed to fight
their way among the weeds and
"Bales of the bay and. specimen
roots and vines were on exhibition at
the Gulf Coast and Florida State fairs
the last two years, as well as at the
Jnmostown and Jacksonville exposi-

many e t b a v a
long May 1, I expo ** W"B1a
them another year to set

I have beem asked by amy it It
can be sot rid a. and If It does t be- T .hI
came a pe" To this I answer, plant JL
It whe" ft an sta, aMd You 0 sA:
never want to get oi cc It o. le ho p
there is a good ma ot tOr stock. 4
small pate p-nwed under at e I a s" a s b
only shown or two Phots itis,
"The- Art catta a TKahto ha
eaCh season In taloff W" of0te lm +
"aft have root" aueftlcit to ft-
terfere with the eatting or ralabs,
and after that then to s eom If ay -
attempt to take reet, as th growth
ten Is too MN T. 208, n40 If ti013
net that the vine*.cannot tram eanthe
ground, and coseqatlny caaot take
root. With a gcoed strong plant to
every foot of space, or even elver.
(and Xudsu never crowds itself out)

from twenty-five to thirty feet,. i s..T- -
length. with numerous side brancheb
In a few weeks, or an egulvaie *In
the shorter finer growth of after cut- 3
tings, one can form or-e sort of an . l i
Idea of Kdsu's t andos produe- -

"heafter cttings (all after the Table is ppM
first crop each year) are ile, any Skile ooi caredA1 as* t
more trouble to handle than a heavy .
crop of clover or parsley bay. GoodroOs 8andf.Ni OW-
-It has been deadry dea tMa -
the pant season that an stock Is fond SpoKf tr.
of it both as a pasture and a hay. A
friend having a piny woods cow that MRS. ROBERT KAI
could not be induced to touch ordi-
nary crabgrass. parsley or velvet bean ... '
hay, was given a handful of Kudsn --
hay to take home and ofer her, and
his report was that the cow nearly
tore the fence down trying to get to
tae hay that hd been thrown down
beside it. A regshbor's hogs. tore
through the poultry netting fenee a.
number of times to get at the growintag
vines.- '
"One correspondent writes that his
chickens are very fond t IL Another P
that rabbits eat it in preference to
anything else. No wonder stck like
it when we learn that it analyd tbet-
ter than wheat broa, Uhe nqew -g" th
running as high as-,VM percent.'
tein. " ** .
"From the four cuttings of hay this P W
soasft (the last betlagjtaken.ot Sep-
tefaber 18th) I have realised. 1 care I
ful weights and measures, at the rat
of 10.01 tons, dry Ia,77
And when we as. i
acre of Kudzu an
woods land will yield va f
than five acre of the best ..ttoad . .. *.
at practically no expewqn-fttn pace. *.. ,-. -
established, save the harvestbg,,and.
at the same time Improves the soy
Instead of Impoverishing It, we can, A, f I C A .I
but wonder what else KEptu has in
store for the tarmners of the soMath.
"On an extended trip last falln
through nine of the southern iatsl.- I
was amazed at the seeming mtge te .
portion of billy, wer-on.t l.-
land, as seny "cr the -ar .'
Land that is bringing at- m o '. .o*
returns to ts owners, nd ,n -
taxes mst paid. e p&" see M:
my mind's eye,' Kuadsa cmbori over
those hily, rocky placed tand e*emtu-
all, converting them r t. o proftable ..
pasture lands. 1t may be difacult to
accomplish, but I fully believe that t n
time Kudzu wlH do i.r-C. E. Pleas
in Florida Hommseeker.

ienk Swee ritow
Many helwivesweld fruit cae
mdle without butter wasa a T hI -k. .
re. ip elow mill, k --owem.ghe you as :'.-
ich. avorya fritcake syo evertasted
Mto eu to a pastre .ur, one
level ateraoonaf rsia, two .e teaspoons
mixed j-ees (except fves)t
cuph seeded aod uater residens. Add* I--- V I--'+ Ra- 1l-
al t ems-thalf su n d utep nut at- tW e p" d
if you like. Blend e-Wa eup CHt-
tolene with ome cup ro* sugw sod kT ETIC

Unisge Entertalmmeet Qtven by Dr. ~

Dr and Mrs. H. W. Henry gave the
most unique affair of the season Sat- 64 Fih44.~ me4 Wajfi~ _____
urday afternoon from 3 till 5 on the A a _____
beach In froat of their residence coan d New Voik -ni
plimentary to the south and east side O
winter visitors. Soon after the ar- *.
rival of the guests a great many took -
a plunge in the lake which was quite the

rough. All decided that Mr. Good0trU
was a very graeeful ,swimme and ,
cold splash water higher thu ay a
,one present After the swI m n g anm-
test was over all were vited to seats ,.
under the trees where chicb pIllau l f f 9
was served with olives, pk=les and Drl
sandwiches by Mrs. K. H. Clements,
assisted by Miss .Elis Benry. Miss
Maria Jones, Miss Annie Blair Wood-l .l9e g '*
rom. Masters Henry Jones and Harold U fdl IWUIL, 'Q MI
Goodwin. Mrs. W. H. Bickley presid- "-
ed at the tea table assisted by Miss ..
Ines Gates and Miss Gladys Tolmle. -tL es" e Car"i-
Candy was served by Mrs. Volkman "- --
and Miss Scott Mrs. Henry Is an Ideal PULLMAN D IMt"S C
hostess and every one was delighted For tickets, reservation or Infot logt eaf i
with the southern plltau enjoyed by a j. w. CAR,O T.P. A.
great many for the first time.
Mrs. McDonnald and daughter, MissT .Ta. WMIT,% I A
Edith, who have been visiting M T. C. WHITE. M P. A.
H. W. Henry for the past three waks "gihbeO Ss ,, 4f.
left today for their home at Sot
Springs, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark, who have spent
the winter here. leave Wednesday. We
hope to see them again next winter,'- Ni
as they arc delighted with the lake
and surroundings. j


-11 would have been a cripple for life
from a terrible cut on my knee cap,"
writes Frank Disberry, Kelliher,
Minn.. without Bucklens Arnica 9.AdAli-a-Bs
Salve, which soon cured me." In falll-
ble for womnds.o uts and bruises. It m t W
soon cures burns, scalds. old sores.
bcils. skin eruptions. % *rld's best A great maay people wBB
for piles. 25c at all druggists. trifled with -i |, -
Sorry for It-Whiala

Ae ^ .^ *.77




OCA.LA IKVNING STAR, rTUO AY, APRIL ," "- :' : 4' : -..;

'HN E NO. 199 HARD ROAD TO DAYTONA 'iv ji i.Mi

Th*e automobile owners of this sc- -W .m ml o :
MARIO N REALTY CO., -F~hl WAr.\H axAEIffl" YOU lrA T' 'LBf
69!At P,-hel'EL1ter breI., tion and there are 60 of them or mt-- .e 1agB0t
f4ARI N REA TY C arp waking up to the necessity of a
()dd il Fellows meet tonight. hard road from Ocala to Daytosa. --*f tJ r '
uu want to rent uwith such a road the automobile bus-
Ifyou w n t dlrntal I fouse d OEagle- meet tomorrow evening. iness of the state would take a big -put o t B
If oiatt u House The- =' y
Jump. The good roads movement stinted
If you want to buy a House Red Men meet Thursday night. I would receive a great stimulus. Hun- S App e I l
II JUU VTU11 IU UUJ IIUUOB, ;drels. Vhousandr- of tourists with their so be ^*9S ^ S~ lH i E
Woodmen meet Friday evening. o ion cars or in rented macfaoe, would -
Do you want to sell a Lot, -- Ocala every printer fom that fa- "Of 2 I 2 At TO
1 i Mr A. M-. Fore of Conner was in the mous tourist resort. Many of these '"''
Or wou you p to bu a Locity today. wo?,ld remain over for longer or -- L Dd|'
Shorter visits with as and all wo d i io o '
SyPhone or send your prescriptions to:m s-nl more money. They would visit WWw Fi*llll M li
It is in undisputed faot, that Real Estate brings more h Court Pharmacy. Silver Springs and tell of the beauties Kere ri o B- o t
iof the Spring.s to others who would Ing p ee'r,
to the amount invested than any other investment will bring. Mrs. We athers and M-iss Harr ison of orn..Hundreds of northern peop would e bud an be o ,e et
,<,.. . '. i t 0 Mrs- "ea1*"'" and Miss ~Harrzon of cornf. hundreds of northern people -- HI -Kmtc etoftr *rhfl '^ rTiffiS
If this is true, and you know it, why don't you invest in York were in town today, would s.-e he splendid farming and water tb e ew
Rbleal Estsidatet. Homes, Farms and allr kinds of proprty for, ete rasn len s of WMarion
Real Etate. Homes, Farmsard all kindsofproperty for, Pre.criptions filled accurately andcuntv for the first time and would 4P-- ds "
*ale at very low prices. delk-ered by the Poatoffice Drugstore. return home with the knowledge of lur and cheap .&
i -- good lands in Florida, instead of just T A T fl a" div
M AKE THE START TODAY I Mr Bob Sanders of Dunnellun was white sand. as many of them only a"ee E P G|O
M K TH S A T D YI in town today. from the cars of the East Coast Rail- l .WORK AT TW
way barring a few small cases by the V-.O.6,C MH
FOR RENT-Six-room house near way. Oar own people could go to The dI V
Presbyterian church. Apply to T. C. Daytona and Seahbreeze In their ma- -_,s __ _ t
I(-hines in three hours or less in the -emeter
S R alty Cpa y Mr. J.A. Rentz of Ievon. wa. in th. higher s1ed cars.' With a little more getuy. This is an idea. though it w l v I WI S5
A. FRANK, Manager. clity yesterday, h work and money this road could be is by no means a new one. However. wta wttlsl5 or om t21E -h
. ri~z ,made a belit line from Ocala on t,, there an- so many automobile* e Box B 5C or rooX 56S
'--- "- L ~Mr. B. R. Strlipling has returned: Lsburg and around by way of De- nw ad so many more coming that t I -
from a busineq trip to Mclnt,,sh. I, tnd and back to Daytona. making Is high time the movement was tart- Mite ftO t i
SOCIALISTIC SPEAKING r AlT HTn Mrfl rn nnu of the most heautifal and inter- e& and it is certainly feasib ae *o. Mrs. TT t; I6ig
w....oN ~^.LeSUEDR H0ODSBc -" ., ,p ,. oo. ... .0..^^ ^ ?. C ^
WEDNESDAY EVENt N- Mr Clarinene Camp went up tod.t -tingloops for an autoisobile toUarOs where it might not have e i IL few W.Ab
IGI S E R H U E Gainesville today. the face of the- globe. Much of this y,.ars ago. m~on, Aprllt fn ..
fr. A. I- Fitts. thf- *-louent youngne f s b e s r route is now hard road.a For instance. ------ -- --- inoxes. l''
iallt oator. will dds. the eOne of Ocalaa best boarding houses. Mrs. Dr. Henry and Mrs. Lege came with the exception of a few gaps there THE STAR EASTER EDITION
po.wiallst orator. will addrs.. the o- If you want somethlng'good to eat and up from the lake today. i a splendid hard road almost to THE TA' E EDITION
pie of ( eala on the wants (if socialism large, well ventilated rooms to sleep.l endid.adread to DatoSEND..
on Ateril 7th. tomorrow. at 7::{0 r. m r: e vn Arvl 7th. tI m r,,o'.m to co: ou and in.In bath roomboth city and well wa- Mr. Jesse Pl-Ies was a ,assenge.r on a good road It seems to us that the Evenit g Star wil issue an The A if
F v # r % o n d i s w e r o m t o c o m o t a d a g o o r a d I t e e m t u s t h a t h a t e r e d i t i o n F r i d a y l o r S a t u r d a y s tf t h e e hc W ihim.N flre. Mrs. LtSuer, N. 3 North Main tio n. The other counties ti-rough ternoon. The edition will be the bt cetlee wil ed n heI
J. F Hirntm.. of Sh.i-,' F-rrv. .- v Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1Billinton of Sa- which th- road passes would gladly and"omet we have ever lhsie .plte proam of ?y1g
J. e. lftn f~' .' ~r.wihgal The oeswl eo ev nm~dntlt
turned tlday from I[.vy *u',,nty, Ah,.r i NK BOUHT AND vann.h. ar, guests -f the Ocala , he went to ttl up the states of his, JUNK BOUHT AND OL Hou. b private subscription to aid book paper. the advertisement, hand- our mammoth *rot,.r. M N. and t] Q .Hinton .. -iot- in th,, work. We have heard ir the somely illustrated and printed in co w1e will probably Ie
th.r. m.n di.1 niIn F.bra.rv thsn. am I have oi-nd a tore between the Hav, you son the new visible Fay- 'lst few days a dozen Ocala men say ors. The front page is a very hand-!our a c "tetprm .
weh#.k, onsn- tom, Tit, arnd th.<.athmlaundry and market, where I will buy Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & #-2o th-y would.give from one to two hun- some color design. appropriate to t the song service at youu a .t
v1.10k on. on Tl..ead and the th.r tl ant] sell all kinds of "Junk" such as general agents. dred dollars ach to the enterprise season. The inside pages either eight
thirla iv... h, as fa-n i-rtnrs all old metal, bones. hides., bagging. tal- ';Almost every automobile owner along or twelve In number, seven-column In I rI, -
Mr Hinton hrd ai sale of th- personal low, barrels, rubber, etc.,etc. I wll Mr. J. B. Borland of Citra wa In the route would give. Many of the size, will contain several original at- All mI eI I of l |iLs
Mr. Hints in had a s lro of th-r Stuersnad also buy an' sell second-hand fur- tower, today. He stopped at the Ocala regular winter-visitors from the north ticles by local writers and many pwet- of Perftctlol No. $.itl^selBm
*.ffe.c't. of' }hi. brothers Saturdayv andntu ndrpifriue, tosHu." t
had one of the larg,.st sal.s n.vr crl and rpr furniture,*m.wi h oue I to Daytona, DeLand and other places ty Illustrations. The Star has seeer-. In In R. i. ,l. .
in Lvy ounty etc. An eXlrenced man with all would giv. libially. The plan is ed a large number of handsome, rtitihtt irsday emlh* tI-_i--...
ho- with a vntv. Mr. Hintsword made tols and facilitle.; for doing. repair Gerig's Linen Lavw., one pound and fasible and can be executed. Lets up-to-now cuts for its advertlre ir Day tesUTvaL An beothbeiae DO
ofe vith a v.n which wa- sentword ma work will he In charge of the repair two packs envelopes to match for 50c. I work on it In this connection an au- this issue and sterotyped Qtese cuts tiB Kte MeouyR we ,-
th- hilippin- him n. h w se department, and satisfaction Is guar- at the Postoifice Drustore. tomobile club should be organized in from mats on its new sterotyping out- By orderr of the V. M. '
twa ahilipnes by his nice. vr hen anteed. So, me if you Lave anything O 1ala with a membership of all the fit. If the advertising man does not I. Sebweuil. ;_ '
--- - to sell or repair. E.J. Decker. Dr. W. R. 0. Veal of ('Cotton Plant, machine owners In the county. The get to see you and you want "C. e .*,
()ur ipurd eaper is the best w 3-16-Pt Phone 241. was a business visitor to Gaine-vlle initial object of the club would be the for spring and summer advertisltg in UTTER ,LK "' '
have eve.r had Nt-w lot iist in. Come FISH AND OYSTERS t afternoon. building of this and other hard roads..-thisl isue, get' your copy in an early We are prepared to a.y t
in and .-w it The lodtoffl trend. ,. tTh ff r- I receive every day from Crystal M;. (Chas. W. Huntef of the- Ocalai arator nItk a -be5
steit ._ River choice oysters. both inside and as .tompany. was a husijie.x visitor! Hiawatha k bi y *
'()TT.\(;E Flt RF;NT-On. ,outh Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water Nph to Jacksonville today. ... .... ,".^B
Third strpet knon as the Loionev eyand mullet. I c'an give you the best Mil Lura NoUIwood n-I
houe..'. H..s ele'trie' lights. bath. and in fish any oysters. fresh and prompt- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nelson and Miss- her office to the Flot l
servant'% hous- whichh <'uolb. he sub- lY dlivered. Phune 219 city market; Ruth Whittier of Belleview came upl) Truck Grower of&ceiM a
rented for three or four dollars; .ta- second stall on the lest. 1-20-tf todIy to do some shopping. K 1) lC second floor. i the StS l m i
hi'. buggy.nd w.o.d heeus Apply to WILLIAM TUCKER. Norwood Is a ven ciambi -
b_. .u-g, ... g.. n, h A ,__p tMr. George Zealey of Washington,t a'"'
U f ', W mtl .nw;, ir....t--, --- n olivi .n h" --" o

W t^. [, I -'111|iii, 11t%11 it 01i lrli n iKII
S4 ho0,1. 4-3-3t
Captain lBuckshot Williams tells a
tough story on a younf doctor in one
of the towns on his run. He says the I
younf doctor aforesaid had a patient
afflicted with seven -year-it'h. and
v;acinated him for smallpox.
Spalding's laseball Guide for 1909
Jtust In at the O'ala News Co.
T. If. Hampton of Cornell, was in
town today ind enrilled his name- on
the'- Star's :;hesi criptimot list.
FOR RENT-Cheap; a new. large.,
6-room house, nicely painted and na-
pered; well shaded yards, soft water
well; in West Third street next to A.j
E. Delouest r-esidence. Apply to A. E.
Delouest. 3-20-tf

STORAGE ROOMS spwnt Sunday and part of Monday in '
S(Ocala with friends.
Any one desiring good storage' 'I U
rooms can find same In the third floor Mrs. WlVison Tate has returned to her m A M
of the Star building. home at Reddick after a short visit to
-- Mrs. E. P. Thagard.
'I |Miss Atklnson's vote In the Tampa'
I Times contest is close to ten thou-]
...... sa nd.
SWearEver AluMMID
Prof. A. M. Lansford went to Belle-EA
view yesterday to spend three or four This is the kind that doesn't wear
days tuning pianos.
day tuning pio. It's servant-proof wear.
l Little Miss Louise T'ague is quitt:' It will not burn the food as easily
-.; :.-.. .sick with flver at the home of her! never be injured by careless handling.
CHILDRIEN'S EYES aunt. Mry. Townley Porter. I you do your own work you ar
IfIfyour child ur obackwar. ynuhis
If your child is otbackward in h Messrs. R S. Hall, C. E. Winston i nothing can equ:il "'WEAR-EVER AL
studies-does not like tostudy orhas and A. P. Stucky went to GainesvilleI It is light, easily kept clean and p
symptom of headache, you will prob- this afternoon on.sundryt business mis- ed glass In your food.
ably find that there Is so little eye slons.aed the only
trouble. ItIs a scientific warpad the only

Dr. E. \Van Hood was called to LAke There may be no outward alims of
Weir on professional business this af- a defect yet the eyes should eIex-
ternoon. amined to make sure thete Is n6ofault
In them.
I'OR SALE-A six-room residence'.
two stori-s, large loet near school WE GIVE SPECIAL CARE TO
house. Price $1.000 on payments al- CHILDREN'S EYES
mont like renting. Aipply to M. A.. DR. D. M. BONEY.
4'are Star. 3- 4- Eyesight. Specialist.
Mr. David Driver, of Citra, and rep- Ocala, Fla.
resenting the, Mile's Shoe Co., of Rich- Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
mond. Va.. was in town today and 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and
went down to Dunnellon this after- laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block
.......- --. Mr. I. WVhittlngton of the Fleming-
The "Portable Bath." with its corn- ton section, came down today to be
bined features of shower, massage, i Introduced to our now courthouse and
friction and cleansing, with or with- lawn. He never hag seen them until
out bath tub. is a topic of conversa- today.
tion. Call and see it Montezuma
block, afternoons. DeWitt'Ls Uttle Early Risers, the
best known pills and the best pills
Ernest Lytl- of Stanton, was in the' made. Sre easy to take and act gently
city today and sold his fine crop of anti are certain. Sold and recom-
fruit. He will have about 100 boxes mended by all dgtgists.
WANTED-Board in private family Mr. Kea. the' traveling man. went
by gentleman, wife and four-year-old down to Dunnellon this afternoon. He
'hlld. &ddri. X.u Y V. Z.tar offle -.

R. IL. Martin, of Weir Park. and
Jona.j Lbrigtrs of Oklawahia..were in;
lOw TI toda'..j
In our prescription department, we
offer you both promptnc -s and effic-
lency. The Court Pharmacy.
Chief Justice Alex Wynne of East-
lake was in town today.
FOR RENT-A four-roim cottage.;
screened window., city water, on
Soith Seond street Ani- to Dr.

is taking his vacation now.

w Iahaf sa" CUiiUr.
in Im Y, bi" WU ht
Ba10 the .


E. Van Hood. The regular annual meeting of the
S stockholders of South Florida Naval
Gerig's Linen Lawn. one pound and Stores Company will be held In the of-
'two packs envelolwpes to match for 50c. forces of the company on the morning
at the Postoffice Drugstore. of Wednesday, April 7th. 1909, at 10
o'clock, for the transaction of such
MEN-Our illustrated catalogue ex- ;business as may come before said
plains how we teach barber trade In meeting. R. S. Hall. President.
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber E- E. Robinson. Assistant Secretary.
College. Atlanta. (',a. 4-=-6t run today and wednesday next week
Mr. W. E. McGahagin. of Lake Weir.
and Henry Morrison of Stanton. were
here to attend the veterans' meeting
today. They said it was the largest
in the history of the camp.
Captain Frank Lytle, the veteran of
Stanton. hits gone to Fotsyth. Ga.. to
visit friends.

Our pound paper the best when you know what it will do.
Our pounds paper Is the best wew
hin and see ithad. The PotjustIoffn. Come Be sure and see them. hDrug-
stIrn and see it. The Postoffe Drug-
Mrs. Erastus Hopkins and her sis-
ter. Miss Dorothy Calvin, left todayi
for Inverness, where they will remain'
until Friday with Mr. Hopklns.

We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore. PHONI
Capt. John L Inglis of Rockwell was
In town today and went on to Jack-
sonville. The captain has sprained his
ankle severely and cannot walk with- SPRIN(
out crutches.
On accoi
FOR RENT-One six-room or sev- the Seaboa
en-room cottage, facing new primary sell round
school building: electric lights., fire sonville. or
places and bath. Apply to Mrs. R. D to return I
Fuller. 95 South Third street. 3-31 at $4.25.
sleeper res
Mrs. J. M. Dell and handsome little Seaboard o
son. Mlxey Dell. of Gainesville. arriv- Assistant (
ed in O'ala Sunday to spend the week Jaeksonvill
with Mrs. Dell's parents,. Mr. and Mrs
C. A. Liddon at the Metropole. EMINf
Mr. Albert JI. Birdsey left yesterday that out-d
for his home at Forsyth. Ga.. after the Ameri<
spending two days very delightfully well, but, 1
with his wife and. daughter at the matism fol
home of Col. and Mrs. J. M. Martin. wer ts




im Cookinga UtenAils

r out.

Sas the old-fashioned wares, and will

entitled to the best you can get, and
erfectiy sanitary-,never putting crack-.

kind you will have in year Igth -n.

Don't cill. drop a card to



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ant of the above occasion,
ard Air Line Railway will
trip tickets Ocala to Jack-
SApril 1'th and 18th. good
to and Including April 21st,,
For full information andj
ervations call on any agent:
or write *to S. C. Boylstoni
General Passenger AgenL |
e, Fa.

oor exercie Is needed by
can people. That's all very
how can people with rhcu-
low that advice? The ans-
very simple-use Ballard's
1-_----- r.A # k& ^motlem

Sinw LiW lKment aulu "ie rneumh.ruzma
The meanest girl in Florida has will, go; leaving you as spry as a colt.
been discovered. After giving a young Gives quick and permanent relief
man the frosty mitt. I. e., the sack. or from rheumatism, neuralgia, lame
to use plain English, throwing him back and all pains. Sold by the Anti-
down. she sent back his letters with Monopoly Drug Store.
60 cents due postage on them.

K. of
We often wonder how any person --
can be persuaded into taking any I
thing but Foley's Honey and Tar fort
coughs, colds and lung trouble." Doo
not be fooled into accepting "own
make" of other substitute.. The gen-'
ulne contains no harmful drugs and
is in a y e llo w p a c k a g e S o ld b y a ll P
What airs those Woodmnar people
art' putting on: Theyv are gr-%vwing and "__
the late-t iJ a yacht club of which W. u L'h_
R. Goodwin is commolrer. Dr. Henryv '
comnlander. Frank Lytle. 'hief of staff| '\7''!''
W. H. Bickley. fleet captain. Veteran -'4
Bartlett in charge of torpedo fleet, and
so on. .

P. meet Mondy night.

Jas L. Tucker, aqcuoed of killing a
negro'at Silver Springs a month ago,
is out on bail. His bondsme n in the
sum of $8.000 are Messrs. Carmlchael,
Henry Livingston, Will J. Teuton.


We have a large sPftW r of fire wood,
both pine and oak, fireplace and stove
lengths. Good see alnmed wood.
delivered, cash. Call at factory or
One of tie r'eatest .convenhnces
about the bou-.e Is onte of these Amer-
ican Electric Srmoothing Irons. Heat-
ed in a minute, an even 'emptratute.
never soiled or smoked. Get your Wife,
mother or sister one of them Two
sizes and plies. Ask H. W. Toucker
to show them to you.

Free tuitions, free room rent, re-
dued boarding and railroad rates to
teachers and prospective teachers tak-
log review courses at Stetson Normial
School March 31st to June 1st. For
particulars address Director A. L. L.
Sthrie, DeLand. Flan.

FOR SALE-Orange grove at South
p Lake Weir. now in full bloom. Your
'" choice of a 5. 8 or 10-acre grove at a
bargain for the next few days. Come
S. j.' sep me at once. W. N. Wilson. South Weir. 3-'-3-2t
l. r.f ILOAIN WANTED-Party wishes to
,6 borrow $700 to $1.000 on good real es-
:''jI tate security. Address, in writing.
-'?.- Loan. care Star office. 3-4


oD5 grapne amun uwaus
wort given her I'" betS5'4M I
accurately pertoreWC
Sheriff and Mrs. ' Invernese, are reed"tvig *
tiotens over the'd lat- 'f- a iy U E
girL ThWe- ladiij.
day morning and we Ale ft
report that mother a&i
Ing uicaW..-Dunneoi Adyoata. S
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Coa m!anui *
In the city this afternomatA -i Aw..,
week with Mr. Cox's metaei, Mt. "- "
S. Pike. Mr. Cox Oilne s b.s7 ..
Citra today, where abest A been I M J
Ing, her parents, Mr. ai 't rs1L 1sr6
Wartmann. ..
Mr. Georgep,~ y~
BrowyE cottae)us of
for the* m r. wl s^56*B
family down thbem Jl-t 4
family is anQtt0 h0 e jI<_lB
They have- w Va su tW"ah
for many ya Ye r.
Dr. -Van R o -ad'W.k4N, "
soW are deleget l O thmm 'e-
County Medical Asilaioe $'
State Medieal AAsolatoe. ,wn ,b pft kt'
vanes in Pnemeo la o$ -ut -"i
neither are yet certa in og.g l *, .
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. MetW a 0,
daughter. Frances. are 5 p 4l,
night at Lake Weir.ll They 'oit
to maif prepalmbn fteMail 'Mi
and t9mily to apeVd part 'O ?1ti
mer on the. la, K '
~ ~~~ " ".,. '. t 4 ^ gl ^y_- ^ 1
Dr. E. Van Hood. pr' eni t
Ocala Board of Health,
through the Banner '2e
annual report on the V ,f ,d
tias that s prv evaet Inll.
the past yar,-- As-te Ng
to publish thk report t M-.r i r
readers that Ocala t 11
Snd all the cOMthim A ta
are .g4oWwing o te l
.Q( the Woard Wonfprlfi-^i lif^,~~
"line upon line of pr. t to --
itsh the fact that it pamys Ui lth-
Auggestions and advice. Ut lei
our water, though h 'a. Is li
wholhmine, that It '^pays 6 S
terns. Oferrels ete. Hrnllene is utj7u"
thrme and grot aa th.e .. .
follow zealotusly In It otstep. . -
The various county boaWdi **-i&*
veterans were In nessioa tay, ?aA.'
Ditto with army elt-i-n0 **,
the ohi-f attraction a46 tb we

Judge W. S. Bolck,.State'w 'M
new E. W. Davis, Attorni RS. IB ml,
lock. R. L. and H. L. Andeuorp g
John D. Robertaoe Mad R. ute
Harri, are attending eourt at la M
George Stein, the cem-- mr ftag
left today for Valdosta sad ath-
pofnts to sow eomaeret l we.
Enmore Davdeom a e '
chant of Leesburg. bat a O r"t' .!-
dent of Ocala, Is in the eity to",It
his autu attending to bqAa .
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OCALA1~SV6WMO. 5y~._*U3, Dg5y, II5L

I sL.t

Everett Piano

h symbol of uiual cukswe.

q You can uauy.ebdimate with reasonable
accuracy, the intellectual apvatiuow i a homs
by the class of books in the M.aty,

q An EVERETT A de muc-roa de.
note" uical culkwe t6uaL*t the

q The great m necmay in the purchase
ofd an EVERETT does not cousi.e a
larger expense accoumt, but u isan a,&iial
investment in a finer and more Tamae prop-
erty. The greater &abity of an EVEREIT
and the more perfect achievements resdig
fom it me are the dividends you recve
&ue added invctmeaL

Musical Instruments Sold
on Easy Payments at
Factory Prices

North Magnolia 8trpet, Opposite Mblver %McoKay


The Kind You Have Alw aBought, MId Whiuch bh been
In um fora over 80 yewm, aas borne thO w ate et
S-and aa been mde under his per.
(^^4j?* ^- aona r--eirv wishanooeitsnflu.c
Allow no e todeceiveyou In th. '
AU Omterfelt, mit~Sama mad Ju"t-s-good" are but
Uxpeu4memta that trile with aand eodager the bomalthf
fants iMmd Chldreq- p i-M-s e At Ez-- e.

ist rla Isa wrnmi- mbtstatei- for Oftor 0, Pfs
gode, Dropam and Sooth Y SP. It is Plmmt. SI
cmntalm neither Opium, M arphine mor thr tarest
ubteanee. Its age i its m=tee. I% dtuoy Wamm
a"d iSayo Feversbnmeu. It Sem Mrrhm aSd WVId
Coe. It relieves Teething TMIublme, Ocures tptl
ad FlaPulency. It aumflt the Food, rew7iam the
Stomkach and Bowels, giving healthy md ua"ural f--eeN
The Children's Pamacea-The Mother's Fead.


The Kind You Hare Alys Boigt
In Use For Ovtr 30 Years .
u em~ m~ e ai~m .


Building Lots fobr Sale

I have Forty.two Choice Resident Lots in RBlo ks Adjoining
Howard Academy and Lincoln Height&
Alo in Blocks Adjoining Broadway.




To the Temperawn Public
That every good influence may be
brought to beer upon the Florida leg-
WItsare,. we earnestly request that on
u1day. April 11, every minister in
the state preach on Christian Citizen-
shiN. and follow his sermon with a
rising vote on a resolution to the leg-
islature to vote for the submission of
the emonstitutional amendment prohib-
Itlsg the meprfcttere and sale of al-
cholc liquors in Florida, and that
early Monday morning. April 2L he
telegraph or mafl this resolution to
the Anti-Saloon League at Tallahas-
see for presestatlon 'o the leislature.
That we uge every Sunday School
and young people's society toP vote
also such a resolution and forward the
We call upon every Christian in the
state, and every temperance organi-,
sation to observe April 11 with prayer
and fasting that the cause of temper-
ance may gloriously prosper.
We farther ask that all people show
their Interest by a letter or a postal
card shower to their representatives
and senators on Monday, April 12.
urging every man to vote for the
amendment giving the people a
chance to decide the barroom question
In the state.
C. L, Collins,
Aupt Anti-Saloon League.
Minnie F_ Neal, Pres. W. C T. U.
Oh, comrades in this conflict of the
right against the wrong,
To the battle of the ballots come with'
shouting and with song,
And this shall be our slogan as the
legions march along.
"The whiskey shops must go."
Jehovah's wrath is kindled and His
arm Is lifted high,
For from out the dus( of ages He has
heard the marty's cry,
The cup of wrath is brimming and
-His vengeance draweth nigh.
"The whiskey shops must go."
Direct post cards to Hon. W. D.
Cam. Hon. L S. Light, Senator D. H
Baker, Tallahassee, Fla.
There Is nothing more degrading
and no more atrocious Insult to civil-
ised life than the American saloon. It
has poisoned the social atmosphere
for the masses: in it the working man
squanders his savings, and the
healthy man devastates his energies
and becomes a wreck. Political cor-
ruption Irradiates from the saloon
Into the whole public life and a thou-
sand ways lead from the saloon to the
penitentiary. It is a blessed move-
ment which now turns with over-
whelming energy against the horrors
of this evil and unites the clean minds
of the whole nation in an untiring
fight against this source of infection.
There may be disagreements as to the
best ways and fteons. disagreement
whether strict prohibition or educa-
tion toward temperance Is the more
reliable method: but there is no 4as-
agreement as to the fact that the sa-
loon has to be wiped out. and the day
seems near indeed when-thanks to
the women-the fight against the sa-
loon will be taken up in almost every
state.-Professor Hugo Munsterberg.
Latest Scientific Dicta on Prohibition:

In an article on "The Physician and
Alcohol," by Prof. Dr. Max Kasso-
wits, in the Journal of Inebriety, win-
ter quarter, 190., be says:
"Investigation of the past year con-
firms the view that alcohol acts as a
poison upon all living protoplasm; in
weak solutions, irritating it: in
stronger, paralyzing it. and 'in still
stronger, destroying it. Even very
weak solutions have a harmful action
upon -live processes. It ranks with
ether, chloroform, chloral and- parald-
"Complite extermination" of alco-
holism is not more hopeless than the
extermination of tuberculosis, cancer
or the degradation and misery of.the
lower classes, and work for the for-
mer cause is as reasonable as are at-
tempts for .the amelioration of any of
the latter.
"The physician of the future will
be an abstainer and only a confirmed
pessimist can call so reasonable a
cause hopeless.".
Last summer the first German To-
tal Abstinence Day was observed In
Berlin. Ten different organizations
took part, incu4ldng the Good Tem-
plas, the women, managers of sani-
toriums, paSors, teachers, students,
merchants, railway soldiery, etc.
Eight hundred physicians drew up an
appeal In favor of abstinence, setting
forth the physical, mental and 'moral
danger from alcohol.
Florieda East Coast Railway Removes
Shope from Miami to Ft. Pierce
The attitude of 90 per cent. of the
railroads of the land toward the use
of intoxicants by their employees is
well known. Recently the Florida
East Coast Railway Company remov-
ed their shops from Miami to Ft.
Pierce, much to the surprise and con-
sternation of many citizens of the for-
mer city.
There was much speculation as to
the cause, and in a recent issue pf the
Miami Metropolis, the leading daily
paper of that city. the following ex-
planation Is given:
The fact that the Florida East
Coast Railway Company has remov-
ed the headquarters of the Southern
division of the road to Ft. Pierce has
been known for several weeks, and
many conjectures as to why that town
was made headquarters have been
exploited-all merely conjectures.
The lastest- expression, however, .s
that headquarters were established
there for the reason that Ft. Pierce Is
a drv town and that better results

was to get the men away f om the
social drink." r
Miami voted wet a little Smre than
one year ago by the narrow inem of at D
five votes. Perhaps some of hber '
short sighted bnsinei men will get
some light fro the action of tie!
East Coast Railway Company. e I
Sad Wreck of O-m. SilUa mt I m"
B* u fl Wm anes
New York, April t.-OIve L- O,
the once distinguished auth, actra .
.nd lecturer who contributed In Wa-
Ing for American woman In the co o
of Europe recognition of their beauty
and mental brillaney. -Is now ti a 5
ltuper lunatic asylum at Banutd J
Ergiand. Although she ha beea a pa-
tient there for nearly the months,
her friends in this eoaty have Just
learned of her whereabouts.


Athol. Mass.. April 6.-SBeventy-two
offers of marriage have been received
in two days by Joseph FPnno, of Soutb
Athol, a civil war veteran, whose wife
d!ed a year ago. Fenno advertised om
Tuesday for a young .woman to make
an old man's declining years happy.


%9M ;;- Tulula Lodge No. 22
1. 0. 0. F. meets every Tuesday even-
ing in Tonge's Hall. Visitiang brotbo
always welcome.
W. C. Banchard 0.
M. M. Little. Secretary. -


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Meets every Wednesday eovenng v
8:16 o'clock. Visiting brethren &I
ways welcome.
F. W. Ditto, Pre. wL
W. C. Moore. Secretary. 0




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Next regular monthly meeting will
be 'held Friday evening, April at
7:30 o'clock in Tonge;s Hall. VisitUng
sovereigns are always welcome.
3 M. M. Little, C. C.
Chas. K. 8age, Clerk.

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Marion Dunn Lodge
No. 'I meets in the
S \ temple on the flt
1nd third Thursday evening* of eaec
month. Visiting brothers cordially
invited. J. A. BouvietW. W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.
Regular convocations of The Oeala
I Chapter NQ. 13. R. A. M, on the 4th
Friday in every month, at 8 p. m.
N. I. Gottlleb. H. P.
Jake Brown, secretary,

Umms w_ _FAs

W Conventions held every Mon-
day evening in Castle Hall. over ePy-
ser's store. A cordial welcome to via-
ting knlkhts. Sidney Halle. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and 8.
During the spring everyone would
be benefited by taking Fbley's Kid-
ney Remedy. It furalshea a needed
tonic to the kidneys after the extra
strain, of winter, and it purifies the
blood by sMmulating the kidneys, and
causing them to eliminate the Impuri-
ties from it.- Fboley'a Kidney Remedy
imnparts new life and vigor. Pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.
LOST-Lady's gol l, double cae
Walthan watch; a fleur-de-lis watch
pin attached; picture In frontL Fnder
please return to this office. 4-3-tt



Careful estimates made on all
contract work. Gives more and
better work for the money than
any other contractor in town..-

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Respesible for tie Murdw r f er
Langoesto f LaessComm*
Tallahassee, April -R-. P. Willam
the owner of the turpeUtine map at
which Sheriff LTamo was hbm-
tally murdered, attrUte s whale
unfortate affair to the- rme o M
tiUser whisky, which the negroes In his
camp had in some way aa-gedS to
He says that ordinarily there tis not
a more law-abiding set of negroes in
Florida. He has made coafdaats and
trusties of many of them, and has
never yet had me to betray his trust
unless be bad previously fi Ned up eO
this toul stuff.
Mr. Williams says that onthe day
prior to the kllIg two white mm
were In his camp In a wage., al It
Is the premptio that from thes the
megroes obtained the w.hy wticb
brutallsaed them and eaomed their herri-
ble tragedy. The gentlemn ays that,
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