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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 7, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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: VID03135
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Volume 14, No. 267.


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SELF RISING Reprewntative of thea
F L O A 0 U ] Expr mees e the Swii

lived Distriet
uitre eop a

; -Large Numbr of Seuther
1his Hour makes beflr = es',
Ih lorWashington, April 7.-Jongress-nan
aid BEATEN BISCUIT ahan ay Vrank Clark. f lorida. created ade-
-.i : n-i)d sensation in the House yestrrtay
other. PURITY FLOUR, Is ready ,whn he dramatically exclaimed that
t i;:-. South had made a serious min-
ter use, and does not require tak,' when It tied up to William Jen-
:! ;:igs P.ryan. whom he declared to be
any baking powder or soda. 'a pcr'o"g a
The Florida congressman began his
Wili PURITY FLOUR you can1 address by saying that Incidental pro-
I trtlonm was absolutely necessary Hi
beat the man that killed kimsel c' rtaIn eases. He said that all. egi -
Slattion was the result of compromise:
*aking biscll. i don't exlert to write the tariff bill
biufit. ; r this majority," he exclaimed. "but
Guarankteed Absolutely Pure. I say to you that if they put Into this
bill what my people want, what they
nt me here to get. I shall not dic-
Srtat, to them what else they shall put
0 K nGROCER Y`i I nto it." The republicans applauded
CLARK BRS. P:. nd cheered, and the House was
CLARK BROS., Propr.tors thrown into an uproar when Mr.
TWO 'PHONES 174 Randfll asked: "If the geimleman
bie.ves in the doctrine that If a rep-
-,r s,-r.ttive here gets some of the
swag. he- ought to go with the repub-
Sl FULLERicans In making this bill."
"' U L R -jMr. (lark took exception to the use
DENTAL SURG rEON ro the work "swag." and said.that as
IAL SUK EOa llng as the people of the South had
Office O r M o & to bear the burdens of the protective
Office Over ,Munroc & CIrnbltiss tariff, they at least ought to have a
Bank. division of the benefits.
"Are you a protectionist or not?"
OCAJA LONII)A Mr. Randell asked.
TERMSf. C(ASH. Mr. ('Clark evoked republican ap-
plause when he declared: I am in
line with the democratic party, but I
am nwt in line with the populistic ele-
J E. C H AC :" nint that has controlled it recently.
E. C HACE- "I wi ttell you what f want the coun-
v try tounder.4tandl." he said. "We
Do NT LR bURG'J dn't Intend. so far as I am concern-
!,di. and. I believe. the people I repre-
Rooms 9, io and II,. I s-nt to follow your Nebraska popu-
Second Floor Holder Bok, ltic l-ader any more."
"I)ot the gentleman stand with the
OCA A. FORIDA New JErsey democrats, that thinks
CALA FLORD1lA. ryan knew too much of the deca-
-hlguc to be president of the United
TERMS. CASH. States?" propounded Mr. Randell.
SI think." responded Mr. Clark with
some. feeling. "that the Southern dem-
L. B ALO C ocracy never made a greater mistake
L. F. BLALOCKr then when it turned Its back on its
Sdemiocratic friends In the east that it
!had driver from the party. and tied
Dental Surgeon i pulism out in Nebraska."
HIe ever Commercial Bank I am just a plain, old-ftuhiotmA
democrat." Mr. Clark said. "The peo-
Phone 211 ple who assume to speak for the South
are not entitled to that right. I am
Office Hours-8 to 12 a. m.; 1 teo 5 p. m sick and tired of hearing my col-
TER.1S. CASH. li(agues talk of the 'poor men of the
South.' I want to do something to
S--- 1 take them out of that class. The fac-
tories of the East4 are going to the
ARB D [IIUIBERT, H D South, where their raw material is to
CHARLES D. HULBERT, V. D be found, where livit t is cheap, so
that we can soon-efy the world in the,
omeo IMc Pbyslda ^cheapness, of manufactures."
Replying to a question by Mr.'Pin-
ad SOurgon ley. of South Carolina. Mr. Clark said
that If the republicann party would
Office Second Floor The Munroe and put in the bill what his people had
Chambliss Bank Building. Ocala. Instructed him to get, he would vote
Florida. for the bill regardless of anything
Telephones: Office, 222; Residence. 221 else.

Office Hours
9-1I a. m.. 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-90O n m



Opens into thle lobby of the
Ocala House-
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec-
tric fans, electric massages.
NI Rieming Water at all Times

Contractor and Buolded.

Plans and Sperifications Furnisked
Upon Request

129 South
OCala. Fla.


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Phone 130



Undertakers and Embalmers
Underlaker I
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All I"ork Done by .iccnsed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.


lies in a keen, clear brain, backed by
Indomitable will and remdstleim energy.
Such power comes from the splendId
health that Dr. Kngfs New Life Pills
impart. They vitalize every organ
and build up brain and body. J. A.
Harmn, lsemore, W. Va., writes:
"They are the best pill I ever used."
25c at all druggists.

The Veneauelan Advesturer is Dis-
tasteful to Yor U"We Sam
Port-of-Spain, April 7.-At th. ur-
gent request of the state deparutant
at Washington, the British goVtern-
sent has decided not to allow Gen.
Cipriano Castro; the deposed presi-
dent of Venezuela. to land at -'Trin-
General Castro Is now on his way
to that port on a French steamshipl
He has made his plans to land there
and It is understood that he means tO
foment a disturbance In Veneueb
through his agents, The United States
Pam taken the stand that if neceary
it will aid the Venesuelan govern-
meat to put down any trouble which
C'astro may foment For that rema,
among others, the government deairem
to keep him out of the oe of trou-
would have many contestants: but
It's safe to say that the healthiest
baby would win the prize. No baby
can be healthy who suffers from
worms and most babies do unless
they are kept free from them with
White's Cream Vermifuge. Acts
quickly, yet mildly-Is Its own pur-
gative. Mothers, doalt attempt to
raise children without White's Cream
Vermtifuge. Price 25 cents. Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Great Danmae to Property owB Soee
Less of &if
Marion, BI., April 7.-Two peros
were killed and many hurt and much
property damaged by a tornado wideb
struck this section yesterday. The


Of Oi.ttm ts for Citarrh that Contain
As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smeln and completely derange
the whole system, when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phys-
Iclams, as the damage they will do Is
ten-fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure. manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co, Toledo, Ohio, contains no mer-
cury, and Is taken internally, acting
directly on the blood and mucous sur-
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen-
uine. It is taken internally and made
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &
Co. Testimonials free. Sold by drug-
gists. Price 75c. per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
This morning at 9:45 o'clock Har-
vey L. Fowler, one of the most pop-
ular and highly respected young busi-
ness men of Tampa, died at the resi-
dencet of his sister, Mrsi. B. K. Rich-
ardson. Sulgrave Court. Hyde Park.
the result of a wound inflicted by him-
self, while the victim of incipient mel-
ancholia, brought on by a general
nervous breakdown of his system.-
Tampa Times. 6th.
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
mouths" treatment. Sold by druggists
or by maiL. Send for testimonials. Dr.
B- W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St.
Louis. MissourL
For' Criminals to Escape by Way of
the Pardn Route
Twelve applications for pardons
were presented to the State Board of
Pardons at its meeting last week-
Among them was that of Bruce Nor-
mana, sent up from Marion county for
forgery a year ago. Anothey was
that of Hugh Kelly. sent up from
Levy county, for murder. One condi-
tional pardon was granted, two appli-
cations lakenk into consideration and
nine denied.

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Supreme Court of the State Demi
that tho Prmb tiom statute

is1 'l
Montgomery. Ala.. April 7.-Th. s-...
test case which the liquor InteretSo i -. .,;
Alabama brought to determine the l- ARRY A A I
gality of Alabania's prohbiton law .CARRY ATA-L. n IS
Resulted in a detlsion by tUe au- ,- *-
preme court that the law is constit*- T ,., tt""':-j
tional and valid. AD of the Judg5W 5 X UZ: P
concurred in the decision. The bill A~.
was attacked from a constitutionaal Jl
standpoint. This is the second time OS J J .
the law has been the subject of an at- ,*
tack by the liquor men, and in each
case it has been successfully defend- "

Three Hmwudd Salee"s Put Out of
Business in Tumedmy's Revoltl, mu,
Eletotln 31 1111
Detroit, April 7.-Upwards of L :300i A
saloons and ten breweries were forced A ge U
out of business in the I1 counties vot- e ol
ed dr" yesterday. Returns Indlae
that instead of going dry loco county d fb fl W flfLh
'v.nt wet. In eight wet counties them re A^ tW
ar* a total of 300 saloons, giving the c 1j -
drys a victory ob about 300 saloomns. .OI1 SI k)7.I
Nebraska Saloons Must Cloe Right -'- %-:
After Supper I
Lincoln. Neb.. April 7.-A bill de- TI
declaring that all saloons in Nebraska
shall cloNe not later than 8 p. m. and M. ..f ,
open not earlier tha n 7 a. m., was t
rushed through both houses of the "
legislature during the closinge rs '
of the session.
Every housekeeper recognalb the -
nte( of effective remedies *to be used
In emergencies-when something must V- n. k S 14 j su I
be dne right away. Such a remed
Is TJerry bai-s' Painkiller, for sprain SfIm SoM Ikei, bl a l..
and bruises, for strained muscles and i J ,V
or the aches and pains resulting from y^ ^ -4"^
blows and falls. Burns and euts are Appb ft PSW|--ita t-
instantly relieved by it and helped to O EPl .
hra!ing. Its mission of mercyW began i Srr,, -j
seventy years ag. It i used in all I A

HEART FLUTTERING countries and millions of bottle ae ---- --W_ _
sold annually. There is but one Patin-
Undigestedxt food and gas in the killer. Perry Davis'. Have you seen
stomach, located Just below the heart the large new 25c. size? that copy of the ame be furnished
presses against it and causes heartRsolved Fifth, That these resl
palpitation. When your heart trou- RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT tions of respect to other eQuams
bles you in that way take Herbine for -b--- tt o .e O hosfthe y pa-
a few days. You will soon be all right. Adopted by Marston Ledge, N t pers for publication.
60c a bottle. Sold by the Anti-Mono- & A. M., A'ril 3, 190, to the Morn- Fraternally sublAtted.
poly Drugstore. ory of Alexander MoQuaig.L C. Martin, C Ci
FIRST CLASS PAPERHANGING Inasmuch as it has pleased the Su-A. J AlbrtttonOwn.
AND PAINTING pireni Grand Master of the universA
-- to remove from our midst our aged A JUVENILE HER O
I have opened In Ocala a shop for and beloved brother, Alexander Me- U E
high-class paperhanging and painting Quaig; and. Somerville Ma. April -A ro
and It Is my desire to give an estl- Whereas, as it becometh us an a a ometrviyle.o csAate f ,-A row-
mate on every painting and paper- lodge of free and accepted Masons to lnent ya oscandiateefor'a i e
hanging Job that is to be done In express our regard for our departed medal devei.op yesterday in 1.-) -.
old James Comfort, Jr, sn of t
Ocala. I have the best paper man In brother in suitable resolutions of re- pt.,e n Uew ho
the south and I handle the finest and "pect to his memory. therefore be it prom nent poltlot who bat t i-
nost up to dnte line of paper, bur- Resolved. First, That in the deathfro bulldogs that we at"-
laps. silk fabric goods and Imitation of Brother McQualg the lodge ha Insl aitte teglrl, his Jtm'yt- .
tlin., both Inmported and domestic on sustained the loss of the oldest meB- 1 W s ty t.
the market and my Interior decora- her. he being a Mason fifty years, ast f .ar a
tiwns art up to date I have made a well as a true and faithful member R---,TE AVERT-c -
special of Interior work for years and of the fraternity; the church an hon- 67 would bare been a cripple t ar IK
can suit any one. I make the best est. faithful and true adherent toits from a terrible cut on my knee p"
cloth and pictorial, also all classes of doctrines and teachings, his family a rtom tes r tDisben my. enUfsr.
signs, gold leaf and gilding a spe- true and affectionate husband and Mt I wthount *a ckle's Arsica
clTaltr. Ladles desfring to make se- tender and Indulgent father, maidm the wieu soonwouw m es jtio .
goodw e m.mr4me." j* m
lectionseof papers without the trouble community at large. a good neighbor no nmid, r 'h',7alf It
of goig up town will be promptly and loyal citizen. so-n .b c u ,. i-,,. :mrt
watedlon -at any time' they desire at Resolved,/Second. That the -mem- bo Csi n w Suptlom & 1 sor bes
their' home with a complete line of bers of this lodge. extend to the grief ffo pra. 5at anll druW ts. '
samples. Just drop me a card with stricken children of Brother McQualg
the time you desire to see them and its warmest sympathy in this their ACRO;S THE EVaa.AAO .
you will be waited on promptly, All great loss. and pray that the God ol( N -! B
out of town work prompUtly done and all nations may comfort them In their E
solicited: Respectfully, sad bereavement. -- -
Andy Whitley. Resohved, Third. That thelodge be An Ampbiaia Craft W b A Wil
No. 10 Fort King Avenue. draped In mourning and every mem- Maki an UI- -w1tal V4yag1
ber wear the usual badge for thirty ,.
ROOSEVELT GUEST OF ROYALTY days in respect to his memory. Mam i.,M Api&-"a-DeWm'
--- Resolved, Fourth, That these reso- Dream Is the oeme ofa .boat-*tomb-
Ex-Preident Pays a Visit to Memina lutions be spread upon the minutes bile now being built In this.e.y ftm
In Company with King and Queen of the lodge and that a page of the re- the express purpooe of crawling and
of Italy cord book be devoted to and suitably swimmingla acroMss the vergades of
London. England, April 7.-Under inscribed to his memory, and also ;orkL
~~ John Buckle, formerly of Boston,
the escort of King Victor Emanuel, --- Mass, who oftates a little repute
Mr. Roosevelt paid a visit to the ruin, shop at 1211 Avenue C, is the designer
of Messina yesterday. Mr. Roosevelt MAiAvnma and builder of this peculr motor
arrived at Messlna at noon. where he .Uf l D U UO cocern, and within a few days he ex-
was transferred to the Re'Umberto. vpects to give the machine a trial.
where he met the king and queen of The craft will be ready to be launch-
Italy. The 'king then accompanied In CommN iesm With the Hetel OffieKm ed within a few days. when prelimi-
Mr. Roosevelt ashore and accompa- n ---ry trip will be made into the Mv-
.led him asa tour of the rdins of the illed workmen and courteba at- erglade. After the tonditown I the
eart quae district.L tentio nto all. Special attentiUon to 'Glades are thoroughly understood and
Sc-hildren, the beat fitted to overcome obestaces
You should not delay under any --- of all kinds, a start will be made bt
circumstances in cases of kidney and
bladder truble. You should take ELECTRIC MASSAGE Mr. Buckley In his Devirs Dream for
something promptly that you know Is a general serch of the Flord aer-
rellable, msothing like DeWitt's Kid- HOT AND COLD WATER glades. of
W. W. Moor.te, p~sahro
ney and Bladder Pills. They are un- WAvene C, whooe ery aog i the
4qaedfrweak back, backache, In- AveueCwbsegaler ajoasth
euale ot~ weak back, backache, In-' Dl fryWNMi fOM LI workshop of Mr. BucWley, wi soeom-
flammation of the bladder, rheumatic RR. U|IU. U p ony Mr. Buckley on the trip across
ains etc. When you ask for D-the 'Glad In the apity f ofleal
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills, be -the- photogaperI The boat witl be eq ip-
sure you get them. -.They are anti- ph to pher. The boat will be em
se tle. Aceeet no substitutes: Insist W C ,,j5, ped with provide ns gn,. mm |-
Sno bt eTIionetc- and the trip promise to tbe
Upon getting the right kind. Sold b) f as interesting to the "two men in t.e
all druggiats, bot" as Roosevelt's trip will be to
rer,. aMen Co, t Stand an Un- Plans furnished or a reptile or wl animal will be
brkesdealtwhbytee explorer and they
broken Run of Bad Luck pon a l tion. expect to have enogb material when
Macon, April 7.--Capt. W. S. Tyson. P thoIr trip ends to AlU a food saed
who was. up to April 1 state warden p Seid ft nuagafne.
at the plant of the Stevens Sons o., A little tank. sufficient to hoM gas-
this city, eommltted suicide yesterday l . o .e for a day's run, will feed the s,
afternoon by firing a shot from a 3S- engine, and a can of gmotlese will be
caliber revolver Into his temple. at his ,,^,In..,- i ,In *the *..* h. ^., .... i.,.






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Aaber Frank secured permision
yesterday from the county coamfls-
aIoners to place a number of seats
around the courthouse curbing. How
restful these seats will be when the
fathers and motbars and their little
onee repair to the courthouse to bear
our incomparable Metropolitan Band
give its summer concerts. Aiher will
have the sinere tbanks of these ap-
preciative people.

The state editors in getting ont an
edition for one day last week ot the
fL Augustine Record did commenda-
ble work. There were 15 of them,
headed by Frank Harris. of the Ocala
Banner, who was the editor-in-chief.
We had intended giving the names of
every contributor and the subjects
treated, but mislaid our copy. Such
bright and shining lights of Florida
Journalism illumed the way in the per-
sons of Tom J. Appleyard. of the Lake
City Index: Lambright. of the Tampa
Trtbure; Miss Jefferson Bl of Tal-
lahasee: J. W. White, Fraternal Be-
eoard., Jacksonville: Farmer. of the Levy
County Times; Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, the
Ocala society editor. The edition was
one brimful of sparkle and ginger, a
credit to the gray matter that effused

Mr. Slayden Fakes son of Dr. Fakes,
former owner of a big orange grove
00on the southeast edge of town, but
now a wholesale groceryman in Ashe-
ville. N. C., arrived yesterday from
Dunedin. where he went to recuperate
from an attack of grip. His Ocala
friends will be played to know he Is
greatly Improved. He is the guest of
Judge and Mrs. R. McConathy.

Lake City will entertain the Florida
Press Association next year and
here's hoping that Appleyard will have
a daily for the boys to edit--Tampa

Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Albright. of
Portland, Maine. arrived In the city
yesterday and left today for Jackson-
vile and home. They have spent the
season on the Bast Coast. went to
Key West and returned via Tampa.
Fort Myers. the Manatee. St. Peters-
burg. Tarpon Springs. etc., taking
photographic views from our most at-
tractive scenery and itife for the H. C.
Leighton Co's. post cards. They tar-
ried here to see where a Mr. Griffin
lived In Ocala 12 or 14 years ago. They
are pleasant peo s and made the Star
an appreciated atl. Mr Albright was
In Ocala two yeas ago.-

Mr. Klplingert the aluminum man
from Atlanta, Iit here to show our
people the weariver aluminum cook-
ing wear. Econ4ny dictates that they
should be in eery household. Mr.
Kiplinger and his assistants are call-
ing on our people. See his al. In the
Star. and if he doesn't call. 'phone

Mr. J. L. Smoak, who several months
ago went to Cordova. S. C., to the
bedside of his mother, who was not
expected to live and was taken sick

shortly after going there and came
near dying ere turn [for the better
came. returned Iome this morning,
greatly Improv but still a very
weak man.u

Rev. Tom oper, *ofr the KL E.
church. South. lI #o*.rhated at
Crystal River andIls -the pulpits at
Homosassa, Cltronelle and Lecanto.
was in town today. He said every-
thing was moving along nicely in his
town. and at Homosassa everything
was booming since Dr. Curtis bought
several pieces of property tbr a san-
itarium, Inclqding several' farts on
which to grow produce for the Insti-
tution. He also purchased two lots
In the town on which to build a bank.
The doctor says Inside of five years
he will have the place lit up by elec-
tricity. He Is having 30 rooms ad-
ded to the house he purchased for a

Mr. J. F. Baker, who is employed by
the Camp Phosphate Company and
superintendent of the Blue Run mine.
has been spending a few days in Ocala
and attended a meeting of the Odd
Fellows last night Mr. Baker Is a
pleasant young fellow and a worthy
member of the Dunnellon lodge of
Odd Fellows.

The following youths will enter Dr.
J. C. Boozer's corn contest. W. H. An-
derson. Williston; Clyde Martin. Red-
dick: Charles Harrlngton. Robert
Brown. Travis Eichelberger. Henry
Brooks, Andrew Edmond, Joe Tucker.
ideDuffY Ward, Gilbert Maxwell, Mayp
LaRoche. Will Hood. Richard Ma'k-
ham and Ernest Johnson. of Martin.

A white man named 4. M. Holt and
* a negro. W. M. Summers.,were arrest-
ed at Summerfleld Sunday, charged
S with selling liquor without a license.
They were released on 800. bond each
by Judge BelL They will have a hear-
Ing April 16th.

Revival services are being held in
Belleview this week. Rev. J. J.
Thompson. pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal church, assisted by Rev. &
Addymnan Smith. district superintend-
ent, are holding those services.

Joe Mathews. of Flemington. was


The KipUlingers held a demastra-
tic last night at the lovely home of
Mr. and Mrs. T. X Bridges, where to
several domen people Mrs. Kipliger.
Sr.. demonstrated to all that the wear-
ever cooking utensils made of alum-
Inum were the thing for the culinary
department of a boase. These 'esels
and Implements are strictly sanitary,
which the enamel ware is not. being
lined with glass -and this, as the
vessel wears out, goes into the food.
Mr. Kiplinger. Jr.. made a very inter-
esting talk on the mineral. its rarity
and the expense incurred ina Its early
discovery, it being worth a dollar an
ounce, but of late years since it has
been found in the clays of theo eon-
try the pice has gradually come down
to five dollars a pound. There are
factories where these cooking utensils
are made in the United States, lag-
land, France., Russia aId Germany.
Mr. Kiplinger showed the crowd how
cooking could be done in these ves-
sels, treating the crowd to various
articles of delicious cooking. Mrs.
Bridges received her guests gracious-
ly and made all feel at home and re-
freshed them with strawberry punch.
which was greatly enjoyed. The ev-
ening proved one of great social en-
joyment. Those we- noted present
were Mr. B. J.. Potter, Miss Valets
Potter. Mrs. Frank Harris, Mrs. Har-
vey Clark. Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith.
Rev. R. H. Barnett and wife. R. R,
Carroll and wife, Dr. J. W. Hood and
wife, Rev. T. J. Nixon, MrL K P.
Rents and Blittle daughter, Mis Kate
Rents, Miss Josle Wlllams, Miss Car-
rie Pelot, Mrs. M. C. Looney. Mrs. T.
M. Moore, Mrs. R. L Anderson and
sister from Kentucky and Mr. and
Mrs. C. L& Bittlnger. It seemed to be
the consensus of opinion that the
aluminum cooking utensils were the
correct thing and that many will be
sold In Ocala goes for the saying.


The Ocala camp of Confederate vet-
erans met in regular monthly session
yesterday, 26 strong, and devoted
three hours to routine business, some
of which evoked much discussion.
On the question of pensions the
veterans, that is, at least a majority,
were of the opinion that if the state
pension board appointed one of their
number as pension commissioner It
would facilitate the busbins of the
office and weed out a number of
names on the list not entitled to pen-
sions. Col. J. M. Martin strongly op-
posed thil proposed innovation, creat-
ing a new office with additional ex-
penses and no better results. He
thought the present board had all the
power needed to' straighten out the
list and make It one of honor.
The matter-st members In arrears
was also taken up some names strick-
en., while others remained to be con-
sidered at another meeting.
A very important question was
settled, namely, that the seconaw bri-
gade of Confederate veterans would
meet in Ocala June 2nd and 3rd and
steps will be taken to properly enter-
tain the visitors.
Because of all the time consumed
in considering business. Capt. W. L
Ditto did not give any army remi-
niscences. They will come later.

We are sole agents in Ocala for Kno-
tair hosiery: pair guaranteed 6
months. They are sheerer than oth-
ers you buy at same prices. All col-
ors. H. B. Masters Co. 4-4


AU members of the city council
were Niesent at last night's meeting
except Mr. D. Z. Mdlver, who was at
Lake Weir.
D. W. Tompkins preseted a com-
plaint for assessment on his br
stable property and asked a reduction.
The permit granted John Dosler to
unload ema at his warehouse was ex-
The second warders asked for ad-
ditionaw arc lights. Request referred
to light and water committee.
A petition was presented that the
council demand that all city officials
pay their honeIt debts.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead. chairman of
the Woman's Club cvie committee,
asked that the tows be put In perfect
sanitary condition before the sum-
mer season sets In. Alderman Duval
moved that the city hire 26 men and
as many teams as necessary to do the
work. which motion was seconded and
passed, work to begin immediately
under supervision of sanitary com-
All bills properly approved were
ordered paid.
The sanitary committee and city
board of health were authorized to
hire as many hacks as would be need-
ed for them to drive over the cty and
inspect same and condemn anything
that was unsanitary.
The salariesl for city officials. re-
mains the same as last year. Sani-
tary inspector's salary was raised
from $60 to $ month.L
The street committee is to consult
with the city attorney to see whether
the city can legally advertise for bids
to lay a cement sidewalk around the
city hall and market
The S. A. L Railway some time ago
sub-nitted to the council a proposi-
tion to improve and drain the street
at their depot. The council after con-
sidering this proposItion, accepted the
same, but the mayor refused to sign
it, because he thought the proposition
was too favorable to the railroad. The
matter was again discussed and the
council decided to accept the rail-
road's proposition and Improve the
surroundings at the depot
The finance committee made Its re-
port and same was accepted.
The different committees were re-
ouested to submit budgets for their


Damagngv EvidOnes Against Draft's
Wife and Albert Smith
Judge Bell presided at the coroner's
Inquest over the body of Isaac Draft
in which Albert Smith and Draft's
wife are accused of killing Draft this
morning, the murder being committed
Saturday night or Sunday morning.
April Sth. Fully 150 colored people of
the Martin section crowded into the
court room. The gallery was packed
with colored spectators and fully half
of the first floor was filled with the
same race. Quite a number of white
people were present.
First witness we beard was Jef-

person Jenklns. He said there was
bad blood between Draft ind wife.
Witness had heard wife .all Draft
hard names. Told the names of a
number of colored people present at
the inspection of the body Monday
morning. Knew Smith 1I months
Saw Smith off and on every week at
Draft's house.
John Gillis said saw Draft's body
about 8 o'clock Monday morning. Saw
Smith Sunday morning. Smith went
down to railroad station. Smith re-
turned at night to stay at Gills'
house, something he had never done
before. Always stayed at Draft's.
Draft's wife was present at finding of
Draft's body. Smith left for Ocala
Monday. Didn't know of any b;ad
feeling between Draft and Smith.
Smith refused to Inspect Draft's body
as did his neighbors.
Albert Ward of Martin. said body
of Draft was found 250 yards from
Draft's home. Knew Draft l bffort- the-
big freeze. Ward said his wife told
him his dogs barked during the night.
aroused by some disturbance Sunday
night. Draft's wife was the one to
notify the Ward family of her hus-
band's death. Ward heard two loud
screams that night. Didn't examine
for tracks where dead man fell until
officers came. Draft and wIfe didn't
live harmoniously together.
gWie Ward. wife of Albert Ward.
was next witness. She it was who
heard a gun fire one time and two
shouts as if in agony or for help.
8. E. Weaver. white, was next wit-
ness. His impressions were that body
lay where it was shot. Wads of gun
were on the ground near the body,
also his whip. hat and gloves, also
two clubs with blood stained near the
body. The story told was Draft was
shot in knee and limb broken, head
was badly beat and finger nails were
torn off. showing a terrific struggle
preceded Draft's death.
John Gillis was recalled and ex-
amined broken stock of gun. Said it
looked like Draft's. Couldn't say It
was Draft's.
D. W. Glover said saw Smith at
John Gillls' home. Smith called for
Gillis Monday night and together they
had a talk and Glover heard it. Smith
said he was at Draft's Sunday night
Was there during the killing. Didn't
matter a d-d who was there Smith
was. He. Smith, knew all about it.
When asked how the trouble origi-
nated Smith said over money matters
and, Smith, am sorry for it.
Jessie Lewis corroborated what
Glover testified to. as he was present
when he. Lewis. got home. He wrote
out what Smith told them. Found five
wounds on his head, made by the
hammer of a gun. Showed bloody
Mr. Tom Wishart. white, of Martin,
arrested Smith Monday noon at that
place. Told what Smith said. but
also remarked Smith had been drink-
ing. Smith said he would be hung
anyway and walked away from offi-
cer 25 or 30 feet. hoping officer would
shoot him and. thus end his troubles.
Smith said he didn't kill Draft but
beat him. The reason Smith assault-
ed Draft was because Draft had
shamefully abused and beat his wife.
Smith said again he beat Draft, but
didn't kill him. Would tell officer
who did kin Draft, but never did.
Smith called Draft's wife his wife.
Court then adjourned until 2 o'clock.
Robert Sinclair acted as stenographer.
Draft's wife and Smir th were present
and heard part of the testimony..but
were later placed in the jury room.
The woman is quite large, coffee col-
ored and perhaps 45 years old. Smith
is quite black with fairly regular
features, about 30 years of age. .
Three witnesses were examined in
the afternoon, among them Deputy
Sheriff W. E. HutISon, who said Smith
told him he knew who killed Draft,
but would not tell his name.
The coroner's jury. consisting of
0. R Smith. R. C. Loveridge, Will-
iam Kopsman, N. W. Kraybill, Robert
Sinclair and C. M. Livingston. retired
and brought in a verdict in effect that
Isaac Draft came to his death by be-
ing shot in the left knee and from
wounds on his head made by a club.
by parties unknown, but implicated
Albert Smith as peinclpal and Isabelle
Draft as acceessoy.
As soon as the verdict was rendered
the sheriff arrested John Gillis, a wit-
ness, who did not seem to tell a
straight story and believes he knows
more than he was willing to telL
The Judge was busy making out the
pay roll and did not announce the
bond under which he would place the


We can now supply a limited quan-
tity of our Jersey butter. The Hia-
watha Lake Dairy.



launch "Merry Widow," with
y top. safe, swift and comforta-
I for hire at Silver Springs.
for a short trip on the run, for
alight excursion or picnic to
on the river or for long trips to
ka or Jaekmonville. A careful

O7." oem Your -a& Noa iee
g ulp dosswn baha y or we

pis mia tb= It unow*t
Ams that the m-Wmd s

The makin of DiL P s far f
seiptim. tor thecnulof week. marv rmw
dawa. o01 6Tked. debiitated. Pisn raCe
wOI knowNig tiAs edice eto be made up
of ingredients. every omea which bee the
tiong et possible Indnamit ofithe leaeda
sad standard eatbosles of ido smw i
hools of wa, ee*. are a iv wUll. mmd
In fact, aremaly toesled tousinat. as thawdak
te formula*.or lnt of ltbin1aw at wbi
a is composed. toa phi a ao w
The formula of Dr. Plerc's Fa Pre L-
eriptiom will bear the mit critical ezxamine-
lion of medical expertAs, for it atlas o
alcohol. narcoticsm hamful, or hatlt-foming
drus,. and ao agent emats Ile it that i sIo
iShly reom ended by te mast aedvimand
ead leading medical teUchs am" aatu-
hie f their sevemi schools atf Vrados

Vm ar.--w ----u Yr 7 Iz -i

09 Dr. SI LW9wmvi n Mruo US
core of e t r 11w ssua

No other -mdicsm for wo 'se 's Ms b hsay
such professional endorsement as Dr. Pierce's
favorite PreMcription has received. Int o an-
qualified recommendation of each of Its
several ingredients by scores of leading medi-
cal met of all the schools of practice. Is
such an endorsement na" worthy at j01

A bles of Inerredlio oftwith
authorative profesonal em-semeam br the
leading medical authorities of this country.
will be mailed fra to any on* wdsn f at
Bad address with rueoset fapWML Aiiwsu
DL. B T POWLs8. 2iWal ,

"Sometimes I do feel so charitably

"Do you, Indeed"
"I suppose it keeps you
"N-no; not exactly."
"How Is itr

"I am always broke when I feel that
way." p



"Why did he quit his job? I beard
that he was fired with enthusiasm for
hid work."."
"He was for a time, but he grew
languid, and the first thing be knew
be was fired with enthusiasm by the

The G1049000 MOM.
On New tear's mom
We toot the horn
Because another year is born.
Shoot rocketi igh
Athwart the sky
And wake the welkin with our ey.
Hip. hip. hurrah!
We blithely my.
This Is the moment to be gay.
The year Is dead.
And in its stead
A new one comes to paint things red.
Another year
At last is here.
And for awhile it will seem qer
To write the date
And get tbgs straight
Without reverting to 'U
Oh, me! Oh. myl
How time doe flyl
On rubber tires the years eSp By--
New year. 4hea June,
The harvest moon
And time for borns agasoin to tu
The o her*
Is very "er.
It's handed to us once a year
In prose and rhyme.
And therefore rm
Inclined to cut it out this UM.

Too True.
"A fool and his money are soon part-
"Pshaw! I know a better ooe."
"What Is It?"
"A fool and hisa money seldom a

Reason aEough.
"What makes a 1wsm * a4dt
OAnother woman.'


Mr. Arthur Galipeau has returned
home from putting down a pump for
Mr. J. W. Morrison.
Mr. Merritt Morrison and sister,
Maggie. spent Sunday afternoon at
Martel and attended preaching there.


o mreo IMug Apply fieTheme9-
fete eki-ng Fed" Trilm se

New OrleasJ Aprl 7.-The UIAIted
Sttes circuit coWrt of alppeaI ba
dissolved the ajuctlon ordered by
Judge Thomas 0. Joaes of the Un01ed
States, dtMrict cowt at Man-l Ii,
restraining the raIroa c inis
frm putting in the 2% cenat iMM-
er rate and making reduced ftW
rates effective.
The court put itself an record as
favoring an appeal to the Ite 0--t"
es the tat recourse and a uOd a
regret that opw tumlty has not been
give the state supreme court Of Ak-*
bama to pass UPOR the baws eMaacCO
by the Alabama eglature.
The effect of today's deliS wI i
be to remand the case to the IOwr
coutr at Montgomery fr farther am-
eeedlngs. The lajunction Whih waa
today dimelved, is sweep ing I Its -
-feet. By its terms the Prepoeed rates
are suspended and de situlIe until the
fninaaetermination of the case.



Washington, April 7.-Former Unit-
ed States Senator Marion Butler ad
his brother. lAster. were convicted at
Guilford superior court yesterday of
criminally libelling Republican State
Chairman 1. B. Adams by the phiUea-
tion in the Caucasian, a weely.-
newspaper owned by Butler. a series
of allegations against Adams' inte-
grity and honesty.
Adams' acts as chief Justice of the
Indian court in Oklahoma in I were
severely condemned by the paper nl a
fight against Adams' re-election as
chairman of the republic state es-
ecutive committee. An appeal will he
taken to the supreme court The de-
fendants are released on a I.LM bond

This Is one of the most O -
forms of muscular rheuinatI. It
attacks the muscles In the smell O
the back. It often comm ea sasd-
ly and is so severe tOat W hOe
be moved only with ~grat m KZ
as quiet as posbe, as eMvef S
meat of the body a5s..avtM the dis-
ease. Massage the affted Sart
with Chambhwlain's aRmot three
times a day until the pain, ina
and stiffness have eotrel dlSappear-
ed. It is prompt and effectual


Thompson, Ga., April 7.-Fire, which
had been burning at Warrenton since
10:30 o'clock last night, but was un-
der control at midnight, destroyed the-
courthouse, B. L. Wicker's place, the
Harper House, the Warrenton Clipper
office and Dr. Lockettfs offa. The
cause of the fire is unknown. No es-
timate of the losses is obtainable.

to A. A. Chisholm. of Tredwell. N. T.
now. His reason is well worthisred-
ing: "For a long time I suffere ftro
indigestion, torpid liver, coPstipati-,
nervousness, and general debility," he
writes. "I couldn't sleep, had no ap-
petite, nor ambition, grew weaker
every day in spite of all mediiel
treatment Then used Electric t-
ters. Twelve bottles restored all of
my old time health and vigor. Now I
can attend to business every day. Is
a wonderful medicine." Infallible fdr
stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and
nerves. 50c at all druggists.


I have Just received a emow w
of electric fixturesm Among thin wm
some handsome bracket I1tures Md
Tungston fixtures, Inverted or turned
down. H. 'wV tw!bwr

Washington. April 7.-Local how-
eras this afternoon aad tonight e00,
fair In extreme south portion, CosA
in northwest portion:; fair Thursmak,
." 't

As Many an Oala Reader KKows Teoo

When the kidneys are *ick,
Nature tells you all about It.
The urine Is nature's calendar.
Infrequent or too frequsa* astiav;
Any urinary trouble tel at kOaIe
Doan's KidneY Pills cur an kidney
Mrs. 13L. Ratherree. living at 2M1
W. McCormick St.. Gal1esvIs, awI
says: 'I suffered from rl 1a A
in my back for see e s.r I
was in almost constant
often the pains were so Inten 3
could not move about The -
from my kidneys were also ir
In action, and caused me father an-
noyance. Any cold always agrvatd
my trouble and at sack tMes I would
suffer severulyt A frIead finally ad-I
vised me to try Doa'a Kidney Pll
and I did so. The first few de08s of
this remedy gave me relief, ad whn
I had used the contents of one bez the
pains had disappeared, and the kidneys
once more acted in a normalma r.
I am glad to give Doan's Kidney P
the credit for bringig me back to god
Plenty more proof loke th ftrom
Ocala people. Call at Tyd- 7 & CIL's
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price o
ceets. Foster-Milbumrn Co, B aO
New York, sole agents for the Uited
Remember the name-Don's--0d
take no other.

Annie ChUlds, wife of Simeon Chd.
of Spring Park, died yesterday at the
home of her niece, Mrs. Blatmakss., I
Tuckertown. The niece had beew
raised by the Childs and a few wedi

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the l~ geom akat am smie t cc g wn

as& the ago f -the lpa84 -0i
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The name of the curp NOWubdon
be ?IOMD& not=cKOOANZ andThe,
its Wrnial Wplace of bNMM m -Aw ;
We at Osaw a XIn Marisa mm ey. aft, eS
wde vith braseb *me= sckat bert; w~ww

"a from time to time dols*. .

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and rouIm a"d "a eSarw
vaiMble lepests.It wIN eww~II~
the In a" Oneal o t
ere jowl. wekradftd ret ,
0 &OFI a imumuc ia.O elm ": j

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Eagles rnect this evening.

Ried Mp"n :,,.'t t~minorrt.%% ui~i,

E:''a;t.r ii lie kl- i t ik .

'l 'y pur il'ii: tax it k's#;p a kt-.
Mir and 'if r'-.F V I iWil~'XiI-
ruingtion i' a*.t I. u.

ait the 4 Ica~ilfsi

uwf th-" (Wlea IfiuI '

t h- O caila Hopuw.
'Mr. ('harle's F;i%%1I" -if l'...t, -!1 :1-
town toda~iv t rodsl.Ktg

thilelr#n '.vr.- ill 1mtx -tn ~ i,

"1111 RKN'1-Six-rsolom suw'* utar
P'resbyterian tur-h-.A pply't6) T. C'.

Tialula Lo''lg'1 (1. 0. F 'last rtizht.
Phonp or s' nd l your I rescrip!oils ttO
Ii.' 4 ourt Pharmacy.

M4ic'higatn, is a giuae.t(i t' 1.. 4I wa!;i
W~ANTET)-Boeard in lirivatto filmily
by gentleman, wif" .and 'l fur-y-ar-celd
t'i ilol. Adulro-go, X. Y. Z. Star offlce

Mr E. .W. Hal.sey ;i and Miss Gladys
lalsey of Nyack. N Y.. aie guests of
the Ocala House.

Supt. R. Ih. Turner. of Citrus countt,
was in town iste'trd.iy. aco',nifpani,-d
by the tax coll'ctoir of the' county.
Gerig's IUink l~awn. on-. pl,-c'nl and
two packs envelops's to match for .,ite.
at the Postofflc, I Drugstore,

Mr. CharlieC 'haza;il hais returned
from Newberry. 'where' I Vwa thei
guest for a short time 4f,% Mr. I. H.

FOR RENT-A four-roomr cott;a:e,
screened winthow.-. e'itY water. *on
South Second stret.t Aippl t o Dr.
E. Van Hlld.

Miss Sarah Mc'Crearvy nts'rta;in id
the Reading Club Tuesday aft i noon
at the home of Mi.s M'eti J'ewe't.

FOR SALE-A six-room rrsinl.-n'.
two stori,,s. large l<,t alar sc'h l,,I
house Price' $1.0oon 0oi p-a me'nts ial-
most like itnting. Apply to .11 A.
('are Star. "-4-

Mrs Lanier and Miss M;ami" La--
nier have returned to their hisni, in
North 'arolina. after a d+ li'h*ltfnl visit
of several we'ks in this city v ith Mrs
'. S. Cullen and with Mr. aTln iMrs.
John Pasteur. at Stanton. lakike W'ir

We have a most exquisite line of
fancy imported china in many dif-
wferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly

Mr. and Mrs. Roil',rt
Miss Mamie lhudien.s if
yesterday in Ocala. M1r.
to attend the me'-ting ,,f
rate veterans.

'ritik and
I'*rnri sp-'nt
Frink canm'
thi' t',,nf< I-

Miss Maude Al-xander. who was the

pretty and popular guest of
T. Helvenston last Nove'mbr.
cently been voted the mo-st
young lady in hvr hiom- to n.
vllle. which ,,ntitl-s her to a

Mrs. E
has re-

I popular
I rooks-
trip to

M1i.~s Roharts of Brooklyn, N. Y.
v. h, ha.- h-en tht- guest of her sister.
.Mr- .. Fi. Hrumby for several months
l.-ft ve~trday for Jackmonville. Miss
ibarts will visit relatives at several
;:a;'.- bf<,r- going home.

'ur ,pound paper is the best we
hav <,ver had. New lot just in. Come
in a;:(ld st it. The P -*'.ffice Drug-
, rii ..

IF'o R SALE-Orange grove at
L ..I-.. 1 .i- .k Wb. In f.11 kllh tnm


Col. Robert L. Anderson has bought
26 acres of land on the west side of,
Orange avenue. Just south of town IMPORTED SWISS CHEESE
and opposite Mr. Duncan's home from
Major T. C. Hall through Mr. F. W. GEORGIA CANE SYRUP
Ditto. the real estate man. Col. An-
derson will soon make some substan- Guaranteed Absolutely Pure 1'/a 2,
table improvements on the property,
the exact character of which we aire and 2' 2 Pound Sealed Cans
not now at liberty to state.
i Weekly Shipments of
Referring further to the new liv-i
cry business to be opened in Ocala. .
first news of which was given in th'I BREAKFAST BACON
Star this we.ek. the man who wili ow n,
and operate the business is Mr. ('. E. Consequently Nothing But Fresh
Johnson. of Daytona. who will arrive; Stock
here with his family about the 10th!
and will open the livery business
later than the 15th. H- will re-nt a I 1 |

nolia street through Mr. F. W. Ditto
and Mr. Ditto's men are engagetl in,
making all changes and improvements SPRING MUSICAL FESTIVAL
necessary for the business. Mr. John-
son will bring over a first-class line, On acco,,unt of the above occasion,
of carriages, buggies and hacks with the Seaboard Air Line Railway will
all of his horses and a number of sell round trip tickets Ocala to Jack-
white men for drivers. He proip)ses, sonviile. on April 17th and 18th. 'good
to conduct a strictly high-class busi-' to return to and including April 21st.
ness, at $4 2.. For full Information and
sleeper reservations call on any agent
WORK AT THE CEMETERY Seaboard or write to a. C. -Bylstona.
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Corn- Jacksonville, Fla.
pany is going to do some work at the
cemetery and parties desiring such
work will please communicate their STORAGE ROOMS
wants within the next few days. P.. Any one desiring good stor
Box 956 or room 29, Holder block. tf rooAny one d esiring gtheood tord fle
AT THE ARMORY TONIGHT rooms can find same n the third flohetar building.
AT THE ARMORY TONIGHT of the Star building.

Capt. Henry B. Roncy and his "boys-."
arrived this afternoon and will give
one of their excellent performance'
at the armory this evening, It will be! THE
an occasion that no one who really,
loves good music can afford to miss
J .i--

* A.. rv" i r'i. now ill ani UI U woom. U our
.hi,,ie. of a 5. 8 or 10-acre grove at a "Only in drams rI've listened
bargain for the next few days. Come To the music of the sphere, OVlling P Ctu S
s..- m- at on Lake Weir. 3-'3-t 0 The Volces of happy.tears n Mi
But now my prisoned fancy
i.tsi.*r (chickie- at Fishel's. Has an earnest of their joys.
For I've heard the earthly cheruhbs
I.1 AN WANTED--Party wishes to That are christened 'Roniey's Bays." 1n B t g f e ert ament Fir-
,u, r o w 171o to $1.000 on good real es-
'.t. s.-urity. Address, in writing. Tickets for sale at the' O-ala. N-wv| isbed bby oMe w Feep
Lo,.n. ar. Star office. 3-4 Co. There are a few left. S- *
cure yours at once.
Call in ann see the pretty line of DOORS OPEN AT 7:30 P. M.
f.nmy imported China that we are OCALA PUSHES AHEAD
di4p;aying. The Anti-Monopoly DrugNU -- ic A
S.tore. The ordinance to pave North Mag- NEW PICTURES EVERY DAY
nolia street, from Fishel's corner to
Du(cks Iu)pks! the Seaboard depot with vitrified Doors open at 7:1 performance
Chickens: Chickens! brick was passed by the council last begins at 7:30 and continues until 10.
Fishel's! Fishel's! night. The work will be done as soon
4.a possible.
W\. often wonder how any person Admiion 10 and 5 Cents
;in be persuaded into taking any EASTER EGG HUNT LEAVENGOOD AND TUCKER
thing but Foley.'s Honey and Tar for ---
oiuich., colds and lung trouble. Do I.le Marion and Francs .innmmu- Proprietors
niot he fooled into accepting own ha issued invitations to an Eastr| -
rilakf" of other substlta-. Tie gen- e'g,hunt for their friends on Satur- JUNK BOUGHT AND SOLD
iiin- containss no harmful drugs and day afternoon at their home on South n 4 i
i- in .t y.-llow package. Sold by all Fourth street. I have opened a store between the
,:rgglt. j laundry and market, where I will buy
IN A NEW BUSINESS and sell all kinds of "junk" such as
'l RNT-The center one of the old metal, bones, hides, bagging, tal-
thr,-, ne.w C(room cottages on South Messrs. M. Fishel & Son have von- low barrels, rubber, etc., etc. I will
S'ecndl stre-et, possession April 15th turned in a new department. They have -also buy and sell second-habnd fur-
.\pply too Jose-ph Bell. 3-4 now on sale chickens. ducks., ihbbits nitur- and repair furniture, stoves.
.. -- -- "'- eggs, etc. Look at their sltow win- etc. An experienced man with all
Ea-t.,r ,post cards at Pishel's. dow. 'tools and facilities for doing repair
work will be in charge of the repair
tl C. Davis & Co.. of Jackbouvllle. MR. WEIHE'S 51ST BIRTHDAY department, and satisfaction is guar-
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c. anteid. See me if you l.ave anything
eaih. $7.50 per dozen. Mr. F. B. Weihe was 51 years of 1to sell or repair. E. J. Decker.
- ---- a, age yesterday, though he does not 3-16-6t Phone 241.
East-r egg dyes at Fshel's. look 40. Mrs. Wethe and her son. Fv-
t J). B. Welhe. Jr., remembered the oc-
Have you seen the new visible Fay- caslon, as they always do. and pre- -
.*holes typewriter? R. C. DavisI& Vo 'pared a little surprise for hhn in the t...
i t.ji D the family and a dainty supper, also
Mr. F. G. Fritts. of Oneonta .N. Y.. inviting a couple of friends to spend
writes: "My little girl was greatly the evening. The occasion was a .
benefited by taking Foley's Ortno, very happy one and one greatly en-
luixitive and I think it is tje best joyed. May Mr. Wethe live to cele' -
remedly for constipation and lnver brate the day for many years tom~ome
trouble." Foley's Ortno IAxitive Is -- ---
best for women and children,'as it Is | CHILDREN'S PARTY CHILDREN'S EYES
mild. pleasant and effective, and is a ---- i your child s backward in his
splendid spring medicine, as- It I Master LaGrange and Miss Virginia studies-does not like to study, or has
e leanses th- system and clears the Sistrunk have issued invitations to symptoms of headache, you will prob-
complexion. Sold by all druggists. their young friends to a party at the I ably find that there is some little eye
home of their parents on Wednesday trouble.
our pourd paper Is the best we afternoon. April 14th. There may be no outward signs of
have ever had. New lot Just ln.-Come a defect, yet the eyes should be ex-
in and see it. The Poetoffice Drug- BUTTERMILK amined to make sure there is no fault
store. We are prepared to supply our cus- In them.
h Easter novelties at shes. tomers with either buttermilk or se'p- WE GIVE SPECIAL CARE TO
S,. th,.aster novelties at Fishel's. arator milk as may be de.sired. The! C E NS E
Hiawatha Lake Dairy. CHILDREN EYES
Miss Hell Haycraft of Cottage Hill DR. D. M. BONETY
is visiting her cousin, Miss Ethel SEND IN YOUR ANNOUNCEMENTS Eyesight Specialist. The Star will appreciate It if all of Ocala, Fla.
the churebe, uu day schools and so- Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
t'OTTAGE FOR RENT-On South cities will Isen Ah their full and com- 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical otMeeand
Third street known as the Looney plete programs of services for Easter laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Garyb
hou,... Has electric lights, bath. and not later than Thursday afternoon for
servant's house which could be sub- our mammoth Easter edition. which
r nted f.r three or four dollars; sta- we will probably issue Friday. Make PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Il.., buggy and wood house. Apply to our a complete program, especially of
Mr. T. W. Smith, 'near Ocala High the song service at your church. Casually mention in the bearing of
,s ol. 4-3-3t NOTICE your relatives and friends that you

r. W. Prkins of JacksonvilleNOTICE might get yourself that set of beauti-
i. reon business f or the Logan Coalle All members of Ponce de Leon Lodge ful books that you have cove
h ,Supply Company. gan Coal of Perfection No. 3 are commanded to longIf you didn't have to pd
ul in R. S. Hall's office at 7 o'clock ong if you didn't hare tos pnW
din' ,asea ue or ~Thursday evening to celebrate Mound much in Christmas presents. It ril
Spalding's Baseball Guide for 1909 Day festival. All brothers of the Scot- make them prize so much moe highly
just in at the Ocala News Co. tish Rite Masonry are invited the trifle that you present them with
FOR RENT-One six-room or sev- By order of the V. M. at the mierry. merry Yuletde.
oR RE-nsiroo mr. Schwerin. Secretary. -r

en-ri u n age. new prim ry
school building: electric lights, fire
places and bath. Apply to Mrs. R. D.
Fuller. 93 South Third street. 3-31

The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
1Episcopal church will give a lapanese
t.-a at the home of Mrs. C. L. Bittinger
on Tuesday afternoon. April 20th.
from 4 to 6
MEN-Our illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we, teach barber trade in
fs w weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber

Mrs. G. D. Wa.shburn drove to Bel-
Itview yesterday afternoon. The local
W. C. T. U. held a meeting there.
Thr.. **l>,,-*rt l. l i'n. i .... a

is SMabel ogAht to
mom be sttd@" w1tl
S J a ribbon orna-
Sment It doesn't
S1 amount to much.
but it certainly
show, and she
ought to be giv-
lugn you some-
thing worth

When ladies get into a rieUagp
e96 over the prizes at a party, could It be
Called a prize fight?

Mother, who is always neataad care


Mr. J. L. Fitts. national organizer
of the socialist party. will lecture at
the band stand tonight at 7:30. His
topic will be "The Suicide of Capi-


William Diegan. the white convict
who escaped Monday morning from
the stockade of the McKean Lumber
Co. at Silver Springs, has been cap-
tured and is back at work. The man
got away in a rather unique manner.
When the prisoners were filing out to
the morning work, he caught hold of
a clothes line tied to the top of he
stockade, and placing one foot on a
water pipe, vaulted over. He went to
a farmer's house and told him he had
been robbed by tramps, who took his
clothes and left him the striped ones.
The farmer gave him overalls and a,
jumper and the man made the change.
burying the stripes in the woods. Dur-
ing this time he had a shackle on one
leg, but kept it hidden f-om the far-
mer. He was captured at Hawthorne
last evening and returned to the camp
by Mr. Morrison of that place, who
gets the reward of $100. The blood-
hounds would not track the man, be-
ing worn out from a long race into
Georgia after the murderer of the
sheriff of Leon county.


Mr. H. D. Thompson. a hustling
young man from Jacksonville with a
number of years' experience in the
business, has moved to Ocala and
opened a grocery and feed store two
doors south of the city market.

The King's Daughters will meet to-
morrow morning at 10 o'clock in the
Sunday school room of the Methodist
church. A full attendance is desired.
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Sec'y.


The Daughters of the Confederacy
will hold their regular monthly meet-
ing with Mrs. Cobb Friday, at 3 p. m.

A talented young lady pianist of this
city, a superb musician herself, said
that the music alone at the air Dome
last night was worth the price of ad-
mission several times over.
Mr. and Mrs M. J. Roess and lit-
tle son have returned from St. Peters-
burg. where they went to visit Mrs
Rachel Roess and Miss Lillian Roess,
who have been in St. Petersburg
since leaving Ocala. Mrs. Roess and
Miss Roess accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
M. J. Roess home and after a visit of
a few days will leave for their home
In Oil City. Pa.

A fine collection of beautiful Easter
cards at Ballard's news and fruit

Dr. H. C. Howard, of Champagne.
Ills., father of Mr. E. M. Howard, was
knocked down a few days ago by a
reckless chauffeur and would have
been instantly killed by the automo-
bile if It had not been for his keen
fore thought and quickness. As it is.
his body was badly bruised and one
foot severely injured, which will ne-
cessitate him using crutches for
weeks. The death dealing automobil-
ist is getting more numerous and
must be curbed and laws should be
passed laying emphasis not only on-
speed, but reckless driving, for the
latter is the cause o' nine out of ten

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Attorney H. M. Hampton has been
In Inverness for the past two days on
professional business.
FOR RENT--Cheap; a new. large.
S-room house, nicely painted and na-
pered: well shaded yards. soft water
well: in West Third street next to A.
E. Delouest residence. Apply to A. E.
Delouest. 3-20-tf



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Humor o Philosophy

IftI hard to please a woman who
oa't know her own mind, and the
qulekst and mot certain way to do
it If Dot to please her.
There are people s nifty that they
would rather be an up to date crim-
ial than a back number millionaire.

It Is imply impomible to be
oae's Ideals iw'on some big,
rough person ..,es along and
them all galley west.


Leading Vehicle Dealers

of Central Florida
As Immoem sleck Rd llable Wagns, Bggles, Cart
nd Carriages carried at am uis.
Earmess, Saddles, Lap IobRes Whips, id all tems
carried by a flrd hss b M e of Ufis bK, kMugM Is quan.
l Ires Th_ te acrles- a-d always I sleek at the very
bwei prices
We cam save Yom m ey 0m yor pu MtAses, be hey
largewor m .
Ageis for m el the leadl ad bed makes o
wagon ad boggles.



01 North Magnolia Utr t, Telephone No. 237.

Best Medium 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.
Speeal Rafes by Week or MmtL.


tM me fW oyew 80 mbw, h0- boan the mtmt e of
/^^^ fe#ad has be1d.wer hal per.
0mm; Atmwpe t0sfacueft fnatcy.
AUl OqateMta WL""bi-MW "Jat-.-ged4" are mbut
l--t; that trUe with v d mdemiamgr the health f
Inamb mad C'ku- -in- t-: Eb~dm

S What I hrs CAST o RIA t
Omseb 1 a basmlem inbudie e hr (e Oil, Pine
o-Dr.ew =-d B ..t. S- ftruvP. lt is Pmmat. It
m luwee. Its fts n It desrsWOms
aM ObUp IN wimrbau& *mt ourA. D1-arhm a"Wind
OeIt 1rfsvos NihIdft2VebhinemuC~
and~ulit. "t m fi" "" he F, "r the
,Duwel %CmEASg eathyo andWAYle
2U Chiliten'AP- MOW* sFileo


true to

Undoubtedly we would with mach
heartier fervor welcome Christmas'
presence If we were better prepared
and fortified with Chrlstm-is presets.

Polish up your patleuce aud your ur-
banity. You will doubtless ueedtthem
both to ease your fall from the high
plane to which your New Year's reso-
lutlons have elevated you.
Probably there is no more Inefficient
and ineffective thing In the world than
a genuine busybody.
It is bard to find a ninore difficult
proposition to change tihani a cheerful.
contented peron who doesn't care who
knows it-
,&S a general thing the uian who has
to pay the bills makes the least com-
plaint about what lie gets In return.
Some people may be saddest when
they sing and yet not be able to bold
any edge over their hearers on that


Credit for being first to inaugurate
the celery industry on an extensive
scale in Duval county belongs to Mr.
Robert Gamble, of Jacksonville. He
will invest $25,000 in the business as
a starter, and, by way of encouraging
a spread of the industry throughout
the country, he will permit his expert
to aid and give advice to all who
wish to engage in the business.
As far back as last April Mr. Gam-
ble started a thorough investigation
with the view of beginning this indus-
try. He visited Sanford and there
made a study of the methods of the
successful growers, then he had the
soil of Duval county tested, and he
was gratified and surprised to find
that there are many advantages here
for the industry over other counties
of the state.
He has purchased a thirty-acre
tract of land near the city and has ar-
ranged lo put in a complete irrigating
plant, Including tile drainage, upon
which he will grow celery, lettuce,
cauliflower, tomatoes and strawberries
in season.
The selection of the land, purchase
of the irrigating plant, etc., have all
been under the personal supervision of
an expert who has made a great suc-
cess in celery and lettuce growing in
the Sanford region. This expert will
manage the farm and give advice to
others who wish to engage in the in-
Mr. Gamble has r ent to New York
for industrious German farmers, who
will be taught the mysteries of celery
growing by the expert, and as the
business grows he will bring In oth-

One advantage in Duval county is
that celery may be matured ready for
market fifteen dayis earlier than at
Sanford, thus insuring catching the
high prices of the early market.
Owing to the continued warn
weather i most parts of the state a
large percentage of the lettuce crop
this year was spoiled by going to seed,
but here the small crop planted is do-
ing fine and is headed beautifully.
Mr. Gamble will also plant a large
acreage in strawberries, being encour-
aged to thatcro
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i72al NO. 1814

Meets every Wednesday eveWmag at
8:15 o'clock. Visiting bethremn al-
ways welcome.
F. w. Ditf. plrMidI
W C. Moore, Seretfry.
--':g wMr mmC riJ-

Next regular monthly meeting wl
be held Friday evening. April at
7:.0 o'clock in Tonge's HaiL Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
M. M. Little, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.


Conventions held every Mon-
day evening in Castle Hall, over Pew-
ser's store. A cordial welcome to vis-
ting knikhts. Sidney Halle, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of 1. and S.


-- S Tulula Lodge No. 22
1. 0. 0. F. meets every Tuesday even-
ing in Yonge'a Hall. Visiting brothers
always welcome.
W. C. Blanchard. N. G.
M. M. Little. Secretary.


Y J Marion Dunn Lodge
SNo. 19 meets In the
/temple on the fim
and third Thursday evenings of each
month. Visiting brothers cordially
Invited. J. A. Bouvler, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.
Prescriptions filled accurately and
delivered by the Postofflce Drugstore.



Careful estimaps made on all
contract work. Gives more and
better work for the money than
iny other contractor in town.

Sour Stomach

"I used Cae.sto and feel like amewvm. Ik
been asuiorrr fro dyaets a p m" r Lt"o
for the at two yersm. I have been1k1 maS-
esi n4 oAer dr"a. bst eoouldM and
fbra hortime. will recommend CMe oo
my tried aS the only thing for tfd aMo mad
eoar stomach and to keep Oht bowen & ow M
dtotn. Ther are very nirce to s.'*
Hairrm Stackley,c N b ank, ft.
Best Fr
^\y~'PleBowd ^
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Piemana Palatable. Po-,taet eats p Men.
Mer Sicken. Weaken or ,ripl. e. we.Mre.
sold tIn bulk. Tb genuine tablet tmllpd a
QuaranMud to ema or yor money bLk.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y.


of any case of Kidney a
Bladder disease that is not
beyond the reach of media.
cine. Take it at on:e. Do

not risk having Bright's Disw
ease or Diabetes. There Is
nothing gained by delay.
f 0c. and $1.00 Bottht,.

bleaching boards ard marketing a
crop of celery Is $400 an acre. It will
acre. The selling average at Sanford rAl c ef l
has never been less than $1.50 a crate
net, and it is frequently as high as Nw omen use
$2.60. One thousand crates at $1.50
would net $1,500 an acre, or $1,100 at-
ter deducting cost of producing, but li
even If the nrflt wore o nnlv S5A an3

I fwe

rate of the old bill and for a new
method of measurlng, or by the box
or cuble foot tntead of the pound.
The Increase In lemons will help the
Florida producer of both bNe mad
lemons, and the pineapple grower wl
also be benefitted by the iereMae.
Have you neglected your kideys?
Have you overworked your nervous
system ano caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder? Have you pains
IP loins, side, back, groins and Wad-
ler? Have-you a flabby appearance
of the face. especially under the eyes?
Too frequent a desire to pDs urie?
It so, William wKidney Plls wil ed r
you. Sld by the AMti-Loop1o
The Interdeuomns-tat eacher
Jnion listened to a very interesting
Miper read by Rev. L& C. Griffn. sub-
ect, "Good Soldier of ChrisL" The
paper was practical and its application
ras easily seen. The deduction were
One indeed, and furnished a skeleton
or a powerful sermon.
The paper was ably discussed by
ev. S. S. Andrews, T. W. Willimams,
P. 0. Golns and A. N. Richie. By
ugestlon bf the president, Rev. D
I. Baxter, each minister of the union
greed to preach on the subject
Good Soldier of Christ," the third
The ministers win visit Howard
ekcademy next Tuesday In a body and

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ON THlE V^pm
T enmP& o m.d Lom.pp
or t rimda lmer-e .
The members of the P1 No ah
gatlon lItend to ik. an Gamma
to ProW e a tar zW aW-su Is
ftam nsotm- ewed&- n 91 l ..I
wWl be recalled that tbe rladf !m
hdature eM more 6
has ezpressed ItselffIs 0- oa
tari On cotton s 0I esati per pr
and 60 per cent. ad valrem, Wue
would be equivalent to a t
about 13 ceats per pomu iL TB pk
te cost. 17 cents per pOa-i, Wo
make It hepoobe I* Import ev- aa
less th otal oat of P a I
pound, and the ct oM be th
importatunm of no filga, eatea. C
corse. it will be Impow to abS
anything like 10 cents per isawd a
60 per cent. ad valorem or er I 1
cents per pound. The oun dmearsOt
argument that can be mad e Is lt
case is that of tariff revue, an
when a prohibitive trff is obtaied
no revenue Is produced. It my b
possible, however, to obtain a rate c
6 cents per pound, a4nd.- a the am
Importation of Toypthan cttm Jat
the United States Is about 7IMWO0
pounds, it will be sen that 6 cat
per pound would produce a revma
of 1 OWM.
Egyptian cotton is not altogether
competitor of Sea Otand. If it won
it would drive out the Sea. Istn
from the market, and make It unprert
able for the producer to grow It. to
the Egyptian cotton is available i
very large supply, or about aU6.A,
pounds, and yet the Sea Island ovr
sells the Egyptian ftrom 7 to 1l. cent
per pound.
In a recent bullet. on the sublec
of uses to which 1yptani eotto .ar
put, the department of commerce as
labor says:
"There are four principal peaon
for the extensive use of kptia
cotton in the United States:. (1) The
are best adapted to merceriaing a
other processes that give a high An
ish to cloth and cause it to resembi
silk; (2) their exceptional .elearnu
(freedom from nap" and luster, a
well am their capacity for taking dy m
fit them for mixing with silk and fto
filing sateen, India linens and umfla
goods having a brilliant surface;e (
the brown color of Mit AMn fiber al
lows It to be used without dyeing fL
manufacturing goods, such as balbrig
gan underwear and lace curtains, I
which the ecru shade Lu desired; (4
they can be used for the manuftactur
of sewing thread and other article
which need to be very strong and to
which no other type of cotton but Se
Island is suitable. Owing to tb
higher price of the latter, E.gyptma
cottons can in many cases be advan
tageously substituted.
"Except in cases where the brow
colored fiber is especially desired thev
seems to be little reason for preferring
Egy4ptian to Sea Island cotton, al
though one manufacturer reports thai
within the range of numbers used
the former furnishes a cleaner an4
better looking filing than either S
Island or peeler (long stple upand
cottons. The highest grades of 8U
Island have longer and finer fiber thai
any other cotton, aad therefore sai
stronger':and finer yarns anad thread
For these grades the gypdtan can.
not be substituted, but In manufac.
turning various classes of oode the
somewhat lower price of Egyptiaz
cotton allows them to be used to ad-
vantage in place of the lower grade
of Sea Island, especially when the
supply of the latter io below the nor-
"Apart from spectoc qualities of
ther fiber, Ameriean m--u*,rterar
give other, reasons for preferrin
Egyptian cotton. They state that it
Is usually more caefully ginned,
graded and baled, and is apt to be
freer from trash and short fiber,
hence giving less waste s carding
and combing than either Sea Island
or long staple upland cotton. yp-
tdan cotton is also esteemed ftr its
evenness of staple, the diEmet
grades sbowng ittle variation ti
this respect from year to year."
The new bill adva ces the tariff en
lemons and pineapplea, the rate oB
the former being Increased 2 per
cent, or one quarter cent per pound.
and on the latter $1 per UW, or 14
per cent Increase. The New York
Fruit Exchange Is making a vigoos
flght for a redaction ma lemons to the

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