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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 8, 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: VID03136
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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In seeuring and Presenting Testimany
to Cenmrss Obtaiod Over a Mil-
lion Dellars for the State of

Following Is the testimony given be-
fore the State Senate Judiciary Com-
mittee by the late lamented General
Robert Bullock:
General Bulleck's Testimony
Robert Bullock .being first sworn,
testified as follows:
Q. At one time you represented the
Second Congressional District of the
State of Florida in the congress of
the United States?
A. Yes sir.
Q. During what time?
A. I was el cted first in 1888. and
then again in 1"0. taking my seat In
congress In 18. My seat was con-
tested, I however prevailed and kept
my seat.
Q. During what time did you have
anry communication or transactions
with Mr. 8. I. Wailes!?
A. During my first term in con-
gress my seat was being contested. I
was almost contluounsly engaged In
the preparations of the defense of my
contest, and that consuming so much
of my time. I bad very little time to
devote to other business. I had heard
before I went to c0igress that Mr.
Wailes had a contract with the gov-
ernor of the state of Florida for the
collection of Florida's Indian War
Claim, and I reclgnised him as such:
on several occalons I visited with.
him the heads of several departments.
aiding as far as I was able In the
work before them bearing upon this
claim. During my second term in
congress, not having any contest. I
was then at liberty to give my un-
divided time to Florida's interests.
and I was placed on a committee of
claims to which was referred a bill
f,)r the payment of this Florida War
Claim, and was referred to a sub-
committee of which I was a member
for examination and report. It was
then that I discovered that the aid
and assistance of the agent. Mr.
Walle", was absolutely Indlsnensa-
ble to me In making a thorough and
intelligent report of this claim to the
committee, for In being a member of
the committee, I had learned the great
importance of a unanimous report by
that committee to the House. Taking
Mr. Dougherty's report as A basis for
my report I told Mr. Wailes I would
expect of him the same assistance he
had given to Mr. Doucherty. as it was
only through Mr. Wailes" familiarity
with every branch of the case the al-
lowances of the two departments in
the accounting, as stated by them.
could be analysed and understood by
myself. Then Mr. Wafles said to me.
"My contract has been fulfilled, as I
understand It. when the account had
been stated and reported upon by the
secretary of the. treasurer to congress.
but you know general my compensa-
tlon is contingent, and though I have
given so many years to this work. I
realize that my compensation will not
come to me until congress has made
the approorlation, thevefore I am at
your services at all times to aid you
in any way In my nower in securing
favorable action by the committee
and afterwards an appropriation by
congress covering the account which
has already been stated." Then I set
about making this report from 'the
sub-committee of which I was a
member, to the full committee and in
the work of this preparation I was
aided zealously and energetically by
Mr. Wales. In fact. I could not have
done this work so thoroughly without
the aid of Mr. Walls. When I had
succeed in getting a unanimous re-
port from the committee of the house
I reported the same with the bill to
the house for the calendar. The sen-
ate having previously reported the
same bilL which occupied a good no-
sition on the calendar of the house
I then asked and obtained leave to
substitute the senate bill for the
house bill on the calendar. It being
in the closing seslon of my second
term I had great doubts of Its being
reached for action by the house and
so expressed myself to Mr. Wales,
who suggested that be thought we
should try and secure from the com-
mittee on rules a day for Its discus-
sion. I answered that I thought that
would be a good thing, but "I am
physically unable to do such work as
the canvass of this house involves,
but shall be glad to avail myself of
your suggestion, providing you will
make the canvas yourself as you are
so well acquainted with so many of
the members. "That was done and a
"petition signed by two-thirds of the
house to the committee on rules waa
seured, and that committee set the
17th day of December for Its consid-
ekatlon. In this connection I want to
say that all along I had the impres-
'ion and belief from what I had heard

that the sneaker being anxious to
make as eonomical a congress as
possible in contrast with his prede-
cessor Reed's billion dollar congress.
was unwilling that so large an
amount of money should be taken out
of the treasury at that time. In fact,
Mr. Crisp told me on one occasion
that it was a very large amount of
money to pay out of the treasury In
its depleted condition. I then lad a
dipeuaslon with Mr. Crisp as to the
Justice of Florida's claimha and Its pay-
ment could not be rightfully deferred
by so rich a government under any
such consideration of economy. The
day set by the committee on rules
coming on. at least two hours was
spent by the house in this discussion,
with Mr. Mallory and Senator Pasco
present, vrho aided mi In the discus-
simon. It being Saturday, a difficult
day to have a quorum. A quorum was
called which carried the bill to anoth-
er day. I feel satisfied could a vote
have been taken at that time, fully
three-fourths o those present would
have voted to make the senate bill a
law. It will be seen that I have not
mentioned a namg the others the pres-
ence of Benator Call. and knowing his
attitude upo this question I had not
ema~this nW hwf.Pm avu t A m-&


Did yon ever stop to think that there are a very few

dence lots in Ocala that are desirably located, that are for awe.. Well,
this is very much the ease. The following short list corirles m e
than half of all the desirable lots in the best part of the f er alf ofC
town that are for sale. At the rate the city Is builag, most of these
will be bought and will have homes built on them before two mr
years are passed. If you are thinking of buildlnag a home to live Io r
a house to rent as an investment and want to locate in the besat panrt
of town, where, after you have put your money into it, the property
ia not depreciated by reason of a poor or undesirable location, then
look into these properties." They are all well located, choice building
lots, for residence purposes. In a little while, it will be to late. and
if yon build you will have to locate your house where you may regret

MeNo. I-One splendid cerneimot on Oklawaha avenue, froting Mr. Stan-
dley's, in Oklawaha Park, 72x114 feet, street on two side, alley
on back. Price .... ........... .............. .$plee.
No. 2 -One good lot on Earl street north of W. W. Condon's and 1 south
of Condon's on same street. 75x115 feet each. Price .. .WaU*S
No. 8--Splendid building lot on Oklawaha avenue, In Oklawaha Park,-
fronting the Episcopal rectory, 72x114, alley In rear of lot. Price,
on terms .................. ............. .... ..... 00 0.
No. 4-One nice lot In Oklawaha Park, facing south, on postoake street,
very centrally located, back of Sol. Benjamin's house, 90x120, with
alley in rear of lot. Price ........................ .w. ..
No. .3--Three lots adjoining the above. 72x130, alley in rear, central
location. On terms, price, each .................... $70.0
No. --One corner lot adjolhing above. 72x130 feet. alley in rear. nice-
ly located, street on two sides. On terms, price .......090JM
No. 7-One splendid corner lot on Oklawaha ave.. fronting relims
of Mr. L. Hornme, part of Benjamin lands, 77x114 feet. Prie
cash ... .......................... ... .. ....... 010.
No. 8--One lot adjoining above on Oklawaha avenue, 77x114 fate
Cash .............................................S
No. 9-Corner lot adjoining above and fronting Mrs. Badger's reeda-
dence, Oklawaha avenue, 77x114 feet. "Cash ............e*-
No. 10--One nice corner lot on Oklawaha avenue, fronting Mrs. Bad-.
ger's residence, 110x114 feet. Cash ................ 74LO
No. 11-Two good lots 75x110 et each on Ray street, rear of D. &
Woodrow's residence. Cash, each ................. .ga0e.lO
No. 12-Two good lots, 75x115 feet, fronting above on Ray ,tran
Each ...........................................4180.
No. 13--Two good lots front of Jake Brown's residence, on Tuacawilla
and East Adams streets; has good well and new fence, 5x117t
each. Price $400 each, or for the two ............... (*7*A
No. 14-Good corner lot in Oak Park. fronting residence of W. H.L
Clark on East Adams street. Price ................ 02MM'
No. 15-Six nice lots near In, all fenced, suitable to build cottages
to rent Price for all ....... ................ $3
No. 1--Two splendid lots on South Third street, near water tower
65z231 feet. Price, each ........................
No. 17-One lot adjoining above same size, etc. Price ......$-
This property is splendid location, high elevation, etc. The total
frontage, 195x231 feet can be had for ......... $0WM


Real Estate .and Fire Insurance

these statements from him and know-
ing his feelings I concluded his pres-
ence was not needed In misting in
the passing of the bill, and he show-
ed no inclination to give it. if I had
Q. What assistance, if any, in
these various efforts you made to get
this bill through in such shape as to
benefit Florida, did you receive from
Mr. Wailes?
A. I am prepared to speak em-
phatically on that subject. I never
knew a man so persistent. so earnest
so engrossed and so familiar with the
dispatch of all duties in all depart-
Q. How was that manifested?
A. You will see that the data con-
tained in that report could only have
been obtained by much resource and
examination, which I was unable to
give It. therefore obtained it from Mr
Walles. On many occasions. Mr.
Walles came to my room to assist me
with data for the speech I made in
the house of representatives, copy of
which I leave with you. I never
could have prepared that speech
without Col. Walles' assistance in se-
curing the facts, though I knew some
of them better than he did, for I was
In the Indian war as an officer at the
time these troops were serving and
had been paid, and for which the
state of Florida was before congress
demanding payment.
The witness produced a pamphlet
which is filed in evidence, and mark-
ed "Bullock No. 1." "In that speech
after my demand for Interest to be
paid the state in making the settle-
ment. there were many questions ask-
ed me as to what had been done by
congress In the settlement of other
states' claims, and I was able to re-
cite what had been done for other
states, the facts for the same having
been supplied by Col. Wailes in a
brief which bad been used by him
before the committee on military af-
Washington. D. C., April 8.-The
Florida congressmen are out for a
tariff on Sea Island cotton.
Following the speech of Congress-
man Frank Clark in the House, Sen-
ator Duncan Fletcher went before the
Senate finance committee urging the

And Sent a ThewuseM Fihou toa
Grave at the Ueftem of
the elftie
Berlin, Germany, April 8-A huge
iceberg on which one thousand As-
sian fishermen were working near
Riga, was driven to the open sea yes-
terday and but 37 of the number es-
caped. One dispatch to the Local An-
selger says the Iceberg overturned
when far out at sea and that 1,493
persons were drowned.
DeWitt's Uttle Early Risers, the
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made, are easy to take and act gently
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An I-Yw'-OMd oy Tries to IBak-
Hand time Rleht "Mum inAlnta
Atlanta, Aprl L.-Charged with at-
t~ting to blackmail Asa 0. Cand-
tler. president oat the Atlanta Chamber
of Commerce, banker, and Atlnte's
wealthiest citizen, out of et8M9 by
"black-hand" method Daniel W.
Jobmas. JrI 1t yearn old, and a mem-
ber of Mr. Cadler's Sunday school
class, was arrested last nght at the
Instance of the postoffice inspectors
and lodged In the Fulton county JaiL
Johnson admits writing the letters
and says that reading dime novels In-
cited him to the foolisheb act.
would have many cortee-tan: but
it's sate to say that the healthiest
baby would win the prise. No baby


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of the city, the farmers of the M wi nC S i
We accommodate all classes. Our c-am
and women who have built and are still built
p Wes. tashut o.f
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isiMawe f35m Eneme, but
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1laBesApee, AMU a-ia the senate
yet -ar -M= A that h portion of
evoYUwezOlcbd's inge rooem-
mgntei-thua.-60he anniversary of the
birthday of Abraham UsIcola be made
a legal holiday in Florida was the
subject of a warm debate, on the mo-
tion of Senator Beard of Pensacola.
that such section of the message be
tabled. Te motion of the gentleman
from Maembia was voted down by
twenty-al. to-ive.
Objsdd to MIess
An unexpected surprise was sprung
during the organization of the legis-
lature wheo Senator Beard questioned
the eUailtr of Senaor L. C. Massey,
of Orlando, to his seat, Just uas he was
taking the oath of offoe.
The objections were on comstitutiom-
al gromuds but were voted down by
the senate after completing Its organ-
ization. and asey was allowed his
seat. He is aa attorney for the state
railroad conaM'-%Ion and Beard claim-
ed that this brought him under a con-
stitutlenal class making appointees ot
the state inelegible to the legislature
while holding such appointment.
to A. A. Chishome., of Tredwell. N. T,
now. His rasoa is well worth read'
Ing: "For a long time I suffered from
in1qltato. torpid liver, constpation,
nervousness, and general debli.ty, he
write. "1 couldn't asleep, had no ap-
petites,. or -,biltloa, grew weaker
every day in spite of all medical
treatment. Then used eetrie Bit-
ters. Twelve bottles restored all of
my old time health and vtior. Now I
can attend to business every day. It's
a wonderful medlcline." Inhfallible ,for
stomach, llver, kidneys, blood and
nerves. 6dc at all druggists.
LThree Bo. NtlW and Two Uttle
Oes Afraii of the Vokcanic
Fort deo France, Martinique. April 8.
-Cipriano Castro, in a rage against
the Britih government and the state
department at Woblngton, left the
ttmer Guadeloupe here yesterdayy
and -has taken up quarters on shore.
Finding all ports n the West Indies
xptlang Fort de France barred
Agalnst htm, his present eoOrse was
the only owe left open to the former
Venesuelan detator. Senor Castro's
wife will continue on board the Guade-
loupe to La Guaira. The American
cruiser North Carolina came into port
-this morning.
Undigested feod and .gas in the
stomach- iocalied justi ba* hfe ba
presses againt it and. sa., heart
palpitation. Whea Aurm.Utt o*
bles you In tat war tai airiW e lor
a afew days. Yeou w aMooa be alt right.
,c a bottle. Sold by the Anti-Meno-
poly Drugstore.
Fire saltorms. Pwil in the Misaia-
sippi Valey- reat De.r--ut-on
to Lift an Propefrv
Memphis Tenn., April S-Hilgh winds
are still prevailing over the Missis-
sluql valley where a cyclone last night
killed eight people and did Incalcula-
ble damage to property. Five deaths
occurred at Aberden. Miss, where a
eowd of people were caught under the
rutns of the Irlines Ceatral depot,
which was demolished by a tornado.
Five bodisi have bees taken from the
ruins and the searching of the ruins
Is still is progress. The storm swept
eorthward. Among ether cities re-
portion today are MiamL fad.; Mar-
ion, Ill., and several towns in Butler
county, Ohio. Two other deaths are
reported, due to lightning.
"1 weund have been a cripple for life
trem a terrible cut ca my knee cap."
write. Frank: Disberry, Kelliher,
MiBn., "without Boklen's Arnica
Salve, mbieh - cured me."* In falli-
ble for 'wouad, onta and bruises. It
boils, skin eruptams. U ,rid's best
for piles. Sc, at a- druggists.

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"Roney's Bys" at the armory drew
a full house last night and every piece
on the program was appreciated If ap-
plause ane oe lnlmenitary remarks
are worth anything. Ere the concert
began Manager Allen Bridges of the
local lyceum course. said that the pres-
ent attraction completed the season'$
entertainment. That nxt season a
course was all arranged and would be
the beit ever. That season tickets
would remain the same. $5, which waV
at the reasonable rate of 40 cents an
entertainment, but hereafter single
seats would cost 75 cents for each en-
tertainment. That next season no en-
tertainments would be give on pray-
er meeting nights and so all who de-
sired to attend could come promptly
and at the hour set and In the future
the time announced would be th* time
to begin the performance. If there was
no one in the house but the perform-

During the short intermission In the
program. Henry B. Roney, of Chicago,
the manager and who played these e-
companiments on the piano tor the
singers, gave a shdrt history of the
concert company, which has been in
existence twenty-one years. He did
this because there were so many ques-
tions asked him about the boys, where
they came from, how he kept then
well and if colds didn't Interfere with
their singing and if the boys were dif-
ferent from the every day boy of hu-
man existence. He said they were not
boys from foundling institutions, or-
phanagps or those of poor people who
could Ant care for their own. The five
boys on the stage that night repre-
sented five different states, namely:
Indiand, Illinois. Iowa, Wisconsin and
South Dakota. That they came from
excellent fatmiffe and were bright and
good. but as full of play and mischief
as it was possible to imagine. Their
education, secular, religious and moral
was well takes oaf. ,S. valuable
years of their lives wm spent oet of
the school room, but their journeys
were Improved In every way, for as
they traveled the land over, Including
Canada. the British possessions and
Mexico, wherever they went every op-
postunity to see and learn by visiting
libraries. hospitals, mines, factories
and all the Important Industries of the
land. At Washington they had the
distinction of being received by Presl-
dent Reeseveltt who denied himself to
senator' representatives, diplomats.
etc.. that he might shake hands with
the boys, talk with them and hear
them sing. He was delighted with
them. The boys visited te miats, th
navy yard and every fepartmeat at
Washington, the fleet' in Hampton
Roads, were guests of the flagship
Connecticut and were royally enter-
tained t the *oears f r whol they
sang. is p~t of their day lift to
take noas of all they see and embody
them In letters to their homes aad
friends and the schools they attended.
Some of these letters cover 40 to M
pages. The letters are carefully re-
vised before being mailed, and many
of the letters have been read before
the schools of Chicago, where 3,W
pupils were enrolled. In their travels
they read and study their Bibles, all
tinder the supervision of their man-
ager. So you can readily af by the
time their voices change afd ather
boys must be substituted in their oosf
cert group, they are well informed
youths.-ready to eoattae thr studies
In school or go out In the world to
make their mark.
Jules Levy was a very proficient
player aon the trombone. JOeo i Ual
was a ut player on the VIAn.
They aieard- I n warlous aiiA,
that of the am Jtiles at tha navy
clad as choir boys, In which they sang
beautifully and touchingly McKiJaey's
favorite hymn, "IAad Kindly eight "
"The Deathless Army" was the solo
that endeared Master Tom Dyer to the
audience. The wedding march from
Lohengrin, as sang by Master Mart
Eperseardt,' ws aSeer mariti ple.
Master Bartow. Dow4a
hinself in singing the "Trumpeter,"
"The Girls of Seville," sang into coatme
accompanied by trombone castanets
and triangle was a very pretty vocal
presentation. "My Old Kentuclky
Home" was a great favorite. "eru-
lem" was sang with great fervor and
Before .appering In Highland coas-
tume aad sin g a eoteh song, the
manager gave a very interesting and
instructive account of the Highland-
era, Lowlanders and their clans and
feuds, extending back a thousand
years and the costumes they wore. He
said the reason the Highlanders
not clothe the knees and left it naked
was because pants pressed oa their
knees and restritetd the motion sad
action of the knee in scaling rough,
ragged and high hills and mm*onetaln
and. strange to say. the cold la no way
was uncomfortable to them In tht
garb. He said the elans ranged all
the way from 4 Oto 1000 persons, who
took the name of their leads and
fought bled and died for their leaders.
The Roney boys were certainly to
the good and all who attended felt they
had got the worth of their money. The
closing song was "God be with you til
we meet again." and sang so that it
touched all hearts and the adlence
dispersed feeling better that they had
been there.

While attending the dlitorial Coa-
ventlon a t, A!gustine. we had the
pleasure meeting that old. w in"
man. Col. L LWalles. whbee may
years' service was gIve ths &sate,
and from his own money under hit
contract. all expenses were paid by
him to secure for this state thM emer-
mous sum of ILt.0 S,.l. on whisk
by his contract made by Govemae
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The Wailes claim? Ye., that Is com-
ng up again and In our opinion It
ought to come untli Mr. Walles Is paid
more money than the stato bha offered
him. $25.WM for the collection of more
than a million is a niggardly commis-
sion. especially when Mr. Wales paid
out most of the $26,0e n expenses.-
Lsesburt Commercial.
S. H. Oaltaskll, the sucesul far-
mer. trucker, fruit grower a"d stock
raiser, sends the Ocala Banner a
marked cop of the Winchester Sun-
SentineL W heater. M. where the
banks of that place bid to handle the
county funds. The highest bidder
named $2.035 as a premium to receive
the county deposits. In a letter Mr.
Galtskill says:
"Think of the difference It would
make to the tax payers of Marine
county to have the Munroe & Cham-
biss Bank and the Commnertel Bank
bidding for the treasurers office, so
that they could have the benefits of the
deposits, Instead of having to pay out
Several thosaad dollars to a treas-
urer. See the number of miles of good
read that could be built with the
money saved."
Well Is this not a matter for the
cuaMty oeaMa ers to aet on? One
thing Is certain, when those officials
need funds to run the county.they bre
frequently -IaIat the O()a.c ikh
to let them know the lowest tateet
they would accept for a temperaw
lean. Now It they have the power to
borrow money and me how favorable
the Interet account will be Ia open
competition, we do not mee why they
do not have authority to say what
bank will handle, the county funds, by
gtan thUe mAt for the e of sald

We are satisfied of eme thla We
do beMeve it would add at least a mile
or two a year of real hard reads to
Mario and would not cost the tax
pays a nickel. Why not givY It a
We know theM would be objections
to thit propoeltlto, namely: that If the
county omiiloners took this author-
ity they would release te treasurer'a
bondmMen, but they could easy get a
gtMarant eeAmA1M to take the Sn-
out at small eaOt.L

It Is .dattf.1a to the many friends
of nsaater Baker, of Oran Home, to
know tat he was elected president
pro tem of thea mate, quite a honor
and an unusual one fr a bold-over
senator It io equllty ew.tUylug to his
eemsaltemts of Marlt and sumter
to know that the aseator stands very
tigh with his fellow members of the
senate, a man that we san feel proud
ot and do.

We can now upply a limited quan-
tity of our Jrey butter. 'The Hia-
wata Lak Dairy.



Frh Shipuet Today
SM ent


TIM Werk sof'their -CauemeoAn AlDi-
re *ioms at Talahasesee

closing the Pensacola navy yard be
rescinded. This was adopted by the
senate under suspension of the rules.
Senator Flouraoy, of DeFunlak, intro-
duced a resolution calling for the in-
vestigation of the state insane asylum
at Chattahoochee by a joint commis-
sion. Senator McMullen introduced a
bill for state guarantee of bank de-


Of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain
As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system, when entering It
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phys-
Icians, 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-
faees of the system. In buying].)Iall'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 7Sc. per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

Jack MeCully of Berlin in back from
Tallahassee, where he went with his
nephew, Harry McCully, whom he hop-
ed to have elected page of the house,
but tallfd, which the Star hears with
regret. It seems there was a new deal
all around for page.

If your child backward in his
studies-doas not Ielm to study, or has
* of headache, you will prob-
ary And that there is ome little eye
There may be no outward signs of
a detect, yet the eyes should be ex-
amined to make sure there Is no fault
to them.
yesight Specialist
Office Hors: I to 12 a. m. and
1:M to 4:M6 p. m. Optical office and
laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.

Albert Anson Graham, the popular
grocery salesman at the H. B. Masters
Co., will sever his connection with that
firm and transfer his services to the
Weklwa Springs Co, of which Judge
W. 8. Bullock is the head. Mr. Gra-
ham will superintend the shipments of
the spring water, a growing demand
for the same having been built up in
the past year. Ocala is sorry to lose
so desirable a young man as Mr. Gra-
ham. but the Star wishes him success
in his new field.

Geo. W. Cleveland, city sanitary In-
spector, is celebrating the 25th anni-
versary of his coming to Ocala. He
reached the Brick City just 25 years
ago from Newberry. S. C.. with three
cents and a 1 cent postage stamp, at
3 o'clock on that day on what was then
known as the P. C. & P. railroad, now
a part of the S. A. L. railway. Mr.
Cleveland was then heart whole and
ftascy free. but two years later married
Mtas Turner, a sister of Messrs. Frank
nd George Turner and has prosper-
ed ever since In a modest way and
proved a very desirable citizen and a
good city official. May Mr. Cleveland
live to celebrate the 59th anniversary
of his coming to Ocala.
Messrs. G. F. Watson and W. B.
Stokes of Coleman. were in town today
and dined at the Montezuma. Mr. W
is one of the most successful truckers

Nearly forty yas ago, Dr.Pierce di
covered that be coold, by the use of pare,
triple-eSne'l glyeprine, aided by a cer-
tain degree of comastatly maiatalaned
beat and with the aid orp at ud
appliance delgned for that purpose, ex-
tract from our mnstr valuable native me-
dieinal roots their curative propertU
much better than by the use of aleobol,
sogeneraByeamployed. SotbeowwrMwd-
famed *Godl e Madieal Dcovlry." fM
the cure of week smeMa*.indw W
d trpMd liter, at. M -M
kidar e t was firg a
IS ever si a h wbhIts a




ro Our Broter aMIter of ogrida:
Today we print the eaUmmay of
he noblest Roman of them all, G5-
ral Robert Bullock, f whom a
unty was go proud, as were aB ar
tate's cltheus who had the wlmr
of knowing him, em Wat.hasM bm
o this state suek a fm ease. that
of Col. & L Wates, wa has beeeme
Imp veMihMe by r -tte re0 1s to
ery oet a eantamat dae by govean-
or Drew under seal. b whb hbe
(Waflep undertefk to and did collect
at his own expeNse a vast mmment fer
thi state. No sme who I1ew eam-
eral Buloet'e homty and Intrity
would for a moment ever questim hiS
statesmat. He left beMadt him as
afadavlt showilt that Waed' exo-
peMases ha bas, up to the date of
there conversation in 1S-. XMhA.
Whoe no one claims that the state.
though she got SI.WLM hasa ever
paid out one dollar in the way of ex-
penses to put this vast amant into
gar treasury. As an act of Justice.
ask our brother edttoe, as far as
they can. to repramas General Bal-
lock's testimony. Compare this treat-
ment to Col. Waes, wo by his own
work brought the stateatt his own ex-
pens, more than a m lke wth that
other case. Governor Bleaham made
a contract with Governor Perry. and
be associated with I s Judge a.-
lone to collect the haeek taxes against
what Is now he 4eaboard Air Limn
Railway, and they ere to be paid 15S
per cent. on the collection. When the
railroad was ready to pay nearly
$1009eM the same official that de-
featd Walles payment, prepU,
reetpt of the memy rm the rall-
road, paid to Governor Perry's hbei
and Judge Malone the 15 per cent.
under their contract with Governor




The Aseit m to Cmwvict e.
Greg on f Vieaiag
aleet;e. Lawn

(Jackasuvillle Metropteiis, th.)
M.e iGreg wa kIled in WHom-
too, N. C.. on Monday by a taullit wax
The deceased about twenty yeOMa 5
reekled in Marion county, Forida, sad
served as registration officer of tht
Cnty. He was indieted in Iaca-
S by the United fatpe raP-W
and tried for riola1ng Ae e d.W.
law many years ago In aN A'eNtaO I
negroes properly. He was mot vig-
orously prosecuted by District Atlm-
ney Stickney. and aided by the carpet,
baggers all over the state. After be-
ing out from Friday until MeMday 4
mistrial was entered, Juzwr AdderhOd.
of Kissimmee, a Georgia d cM t re--
fusing to agree to a verdict of g *ty .
The trial was a very sensatInal eme,
as negroes were the witbaees against
Gregg. and attracted much attention
throughout the state. The failure to
convict Gregg was followed atter-
war(s by a fire In the courthoue. lo-
cated at Bay and Market streets, and
a'l the papers In the case were de-
stroyed and he was never again: tried.
Judge Thomas Settle; District Attor-
ney Stickney and many others at that
court since the trial have died. We
believe Mr. Adderhold still survives-
now of Tampa. After the trial Mr.
Adderhold said he was'awfully abused
in the jury room. cursed and other-

Tallhssee, April 8.-That the pro-
lbtionists Intend to put up an active
Eight during the seeslon of the legisla-
tlre is clearly Iddleated-by the estab-
ishmment of headquarters here and the
presence of several state-wide prohi-
Mtlmists at the capital.
Rev. Brooks Laurence. of Alabama,
arrived here last night, and he will be
a prominent figure In the contest. He
on a national reputation in the pro-
hibition fight in Alabama. He is said
to be an excellent organizer, and his
supporters have great confidence in
his ability.
The Reqaisite Number
At present it does not seem as If
three-ffths of the members of both
houses are favorable to the proposed
resolution, but everyone hers concedes
that there will be a law passed regu-
lateing the saloon business In Florida
What these regulations art to be the
future alone can tell. Some radical
changes may be made, but many rep-
reentatives are non-committal, and
their position cannot at present be de-
It is known that a majority of both
houses are anti-saloon men, but this
does not mean state-wide prohibition.
Women at Work
The Anti-Saloon League and the
W. C. T. U., both have delegations
here. The first organization has es-
tablished headquarters over J. D. Cay's
harness store, while the latter organ-
isation has its headquarters at the
Constantine House.
A state-wilie prohibition bill was in-
troduced In the senate by Senator
Beard and another prohibiting drink-
ing on trains. He also offered a me-
morial to be sent to Congress asking
that the order of the navy department


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han--on-couehq, and all those wasting wie III treat*t-, but he remained stea-
affections whtch, it not promptly ana fast.
properly ratedd are liable to terminate
Icon sumptioa. Take Dr. Pierce's DiU- EMIN NT AUTHORITIES SAY
movery In time and persevere In Its w.
until you give it a fairtral and it is not that out-door exercise is needed by
lietiy to disapoint. Too much must not the American people. That's all very
as expected 'f it. It will not perform well,. but, how can people with rheu-
araslea. It will not cure consumpUioa matism follow that advice? The ans-
itn Iadvanced states. Nomedcine w9 wer is very simple--use Ballard's
l e t e ~ up Snow Liniment and the rheumatism
.esumpsim,4f i -- will go; leaving apry as a colt. ,
__.-____- -- Gives- quick and permanent, relief -.
i AUCH.iiu MERnv WIPOW frmi rheomtitsm. neuralgia, ame .
C bJ e and- Wil zatmm Sold-by 155e t :
MAY BE. CHARTERED Monopoly Drug Store. .. *
, The launch "Merry Widow," with., SUIT AAINST THI S.ANDARO ,
Canopy top. safe. swift and comforta- ,, .. ,
ble, is for hire at liver Springs The Government is Trying to Diseeo -
either for a short trip on the run. for the Immense Corporation-Vo-
a moonlight excursion or picnic to luminous Testimony in the
points on the river or for long trips to Case
Palatka or JacksoQville. A careful St. u. Aprl .Jo Milbrn,.
pilot and skilled engineer always in counl fo. April the Standard Compa
charge of the boat Orders should be counsel fur the Standard Oil Company.
booked several days ahead to make1 s in charge, of the argument f"r th
sure of an engagemen. Call on R. D. Standard Oil Comlany. Mr. Milburn
Mbe s at the Ocala Steam ln undry. began his argument at the opening o6
Mathews at the Ocala Steam Laundry the court yesterday in the govern*-
or phone him at No. 101. 3-24-tt
ments suit to dissolve the trust
SeoiIom. if ever. has such a mass of
S a evidence been compiled In a single
^ I D case. The record, including' the ex-
lb V I U 1A hibits, already exceed 7,000,o4 words,
1 i TksMAts Cil al taken by one stenographer. The
W o United States seeks perpetually to en-
SIn join the defendants from doing say
ac looking to the carrying 'out of the
nears tha ..T / u" alleged combination or conspiracy 4nd-
to dissolve the Standard)Oqcombim6d'w
tion. >or: ,.r-1" :.
The issifue's : lmperat ;t, .-tt '
'"'" whatever may be'WI resilt>p '.- -.
The Orlando Dally R ster-Star rlial before the clrcul'6itt,"the e* *
says that city is showing ua plendid- ,rTainly will be Appealed the.illt
ly In its material progress. The eou -w,'ill.b"e7 e--- a--e q- t' 1 4
cil hah four more blocks of brick ed states supreme court. :- '
pavement. Six miles of cement side- '
walks and parked out placed. Orlan- IT'S A TOP NOTCH DOER
do has the biggest building boom In .. p r _gr Tthe
its history. During the past year and Great deeds compel regarL Te h
a half hundreds of thousands of dol- world crowns Its doers. .Tbat's why
lars have been put In substantial bus- American, people have crowned .Dr.
Iness houses, residences Pad the larg- King's New Discovery thl KIln of
est business block and arcade ever Throat and Lang Remedies. lSery
elected in the city, the Charleston atom is a health force. -It kills getrmspa
block. Is going up. The water works and colds and I grippe vanishes. -
and electric light manager says no he als cough racked mapmbra ns Md.
town of Its sie In the -state or coun-
try regulree, such extensive maint. coug.hi, stop jS4e., e bron-
electric and gIan serv-ice.a., Orlafdt mdw ci tubes an-liang s 4s hd and
It entertained .000o vialtorp this sea- hemorrhages cease. Dr. G r Mme, ..I
son and all were delighted with the Black JAck. N. C.,writes: "It: pu.u..
town. This is a splendid showing and me of lung trouble, pjnounoed lh -.I ;
the Star eongratulates the Phenowe' ssgg by all doctors." 5;' f t;,.-a
nal City on Its Ward progress to t" fr ra
*reatness. 0 "-mould aft up -and -- .. .
take note. Thin.. of tt..6000 visitors A- KAMAW TRAiL R
during the season. And what' has done THE ARKANSAW TRAVEVLER -
it? Publicity 4-ad a prope1regard for --
the welfare and comfort of its visi- Will Cross a Desert When he Takes a
tors. Is It worth strivin- -for? We Railroad Journey Throvgh
should say yes. Why don't Ocala take that State
a hand in business of this kind? Little Rock?. Ark April L-The To
......... .. state senate has passed a bin laITg Sei
Children especially like Kennedy's sae senat has passed a bill placing
Laxative Cough Syrup, as it tastes a heavy penalty on p-rsons drinking
nearly as good as maple sugar. It not intoxicants on trains or on st at m
only heals Irritation and allays In- platforms. It will probably affeet but-
oammaton, thereby stopping ther fet cars. although intended. only to
fiam m action, thereby stopping th e stop ro wdy "
cough, but it also moves the bowels stop rowdyism.
gently and in that way drives the ..... ..+__ M
cold from the system. It contains no People past middle lite muay hav MI
opiates. Sold by all druggists, some kidney or ladderr disorder that
opiates. Sold by saps the vitality, which is naturally
lower in old age. 1oley' KIdney
Nunnauy's fle. candles fresh every Remedy corrects urinary troMbles
week at the Postofflee Drugstore. stimulates the kidneys, and restors
strength and vigor. It cures @i's 6Md
troubles by strengthening the kidney
so thty will strain out the uric acid. j
that settles in the muscles and joints
casting ;.rheumatism. Sold by all

There were services held in the r
4 mornin;'and in the afternoon at the
SMt thodist church last Sunday. Rev.
Fre,'r preached in the riorning and
Rev. Phillips in the afternoon.
Mrs. Roy Mindaugh and little son,
of Woodstock, are here vidting rela-
tivs and friends.
M $ SIr. Miller Lyvers. of Tampa, was
here last Sunday onl a short visit to |
SMiss Pearl Dillard went to Belle- t
View last Friday to a picnic. She said
she had the time of her life and that
the Belleview ladies 'certainly knew
The P oof is in the how to get up a fine dinntmer as she
never enjoyed a better one.
Mrs. A. D. Mitchell and Miss Mary
51 J Tk 1Davis went to Wildwood last Wed-
nesday and returned Thursday.
AMiss Reba Bryant. who has charge
H you not ,,f the Potafflee now, spent last Wed-
If you ae nOt UStag nesday night with Mrs. B. B. Mc-
it now, it's a good he quite a seatio in
g Od town last Sunday when Deputy
Sheriff Hutsor of Ocala, arrested
gifjM''___We c Mr. A. M. Holt and a colored man. W.
tiSe O y*lll. T Summers. charged with selling In- I
toxicating drinks.
X'i lpY, is In town visiting relatives ad
Ocal. Mrs. Nathan Mayo and little
r daughter went to Bellieyiew Tuesday. ]
. .. Mrs. Charles Lyvers went to Ocals a


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boa compiled by Dr. IL V. Pierce, of
BuffaoL, N. and will be mild fr to
anyone adding same by postal card, or
addresui to the Doctor as above.
these l o&ua&DGts, copied from
standard medical books of all the differ-
ent stob oof practice, it will be found
at!. tle ingredients composing the "Gold-
SMaic.l Discovery" are advised not
': i t cure of the above mentioned
.ut also for the .ure of all ca-
:..-':i. ,ronchial and throat affect;ons,
cornm; InuW with catarrhal disn argrs.
noar~sn', :ro throat, lingering. or

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Moving Pichtures

and Music


Or a General Miund standing

Admission 10 and S Cents

The Star will appreciate It If all of
tho (.hur(hpo., Sunday schools and so-
ci.tirs will send in their full and com-
plt,' programs of services for Eaater
not lat.r than Thursday afternoon for
our mammoth Easter edition, which
we will probably Issue Friday. Make
our a complete program, especially of
th< song service at your church.

One of Ocala's best boarding hoUSM.
If you want sonmethinf good to eat and
large, well ventilated rooms to sleep
In: bath room, both city and well wa-
ter. For particulars call om or ad-
dress, Mrs. Leguer, No. U26 North Main
street. $-g-lm

I have opened in Ocala a shop for
high-class paperhaumging and painting
and it Is my drslre to give an esti-
mate on every painting and paper-
hanging Job that is to be done In
Ocala. I have the best paper man In
the south and I handle the finest and
most up to date line of paper, bur-
laps, silk fabric goods and Imitation
tiling, both imported and domestic oan
the market and my interior\dsecora-
tlons are up to date I have =&e a
special of interior work for yeaft and
can suit any one. I make the bet
cloth and pictorial, also all classes
signp, gold leaf and gilding a spe-
cialty. Ladies desiring to make se-
lections of papers without the trouble
of going up town will be promptly
waited on at any time they desire at
their home with a complete line of
samples. Just drop me a card with
the time you desire to see tem and
you will be waited on promptly. All
out of town work promptly dome ad
solicited. Respectfully,
Andy Whitley.
No. 10 Fort King Avenue.

We are sole agents an Oca, for Kno-
tair hosiery: 6 pair iguarsated 0
months. They are sheerer tisn oth-
ers you buy at sama prices. Alt col-
ors. H. B. Masters Co. 4-4

All members of Ponce de Leon Lodge
of Perfection No. 3 are commanded to
meet in R. S. Hall's office at 7 o'clock
Thursday evening to celebrate Monad
Day festival. All brothers of the Scot-
tish Rite Masonry are invited.
By order of the V. M.
I. Schwerin. Secretary.
Is a man who can't see good In any
person or thing. It's a habit caused
by .a disordered liver. It you fnd
that you are beginning to amee thin
through blue spectacles, treat your
liver to a good cleaning out proese
with Ballard's Herblne. A sore cure
for constipation, dyspepsla, tdliges-
tion. sick headache, billounes, al
liver. stomach and bowel troubles.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Dnistame.
The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
Episcopal church will give a Japanese
tea at the home of Mrs. C. UL Mttinger
on Tuesday afternoon, April X"
from 4 to C.
The "Portable Bath" is not a bath
tub but a substitute where no"e I
used and If connected ti one )*vea
friction and massage In addition to
the usual benefits. Investigate It
One of the greatest eoavlewmm
about the house Is oe of thes Ame-
lean Electric Smootahi im M Heat-
ed In a minute, an eve tm pt
never soiled or amoked. et yom Wf,
mother or sister one of them. Two
sizes and pises. Ask EL W. Tueft
to show them to you,
I receive every day f &WSury
River choice oysters, both IM aad
Gulf oyster, salt aad resh water 0
and mullet. I cma giv you the e
in fish any oysters, frehb and romPt-
ly delivered. Phone 9Sa cIty -m 1t;
second stall ma the lest 1--tft


At Pl s Easter brad.
Wodmea meet tomwWr nBLt.
Vaster dack;es at FIrshbel'a.
Easter dihlese at Flisbe.
Dr.. Fed LBVeU Is In the city viTst
ag frienda.d
POR RIMT--4fix-room OW near
Presbyteraa church. Apgl1 te T. C
Mr. sad Mm. C. H. Dame left today
for Green Springs to spend tea days.
Phone or sa4d your prescrlptons to
the aourt Pharmacy.
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and daughter
came up from Woodmar this nDoo.
Mr. Lovel left for ftnford this
WAWNTW-Board la private family
by gentleman, wife and tfour-year-old
child. Adres. X Y. Z Star office.
Mrs. Ed Carmichmel and Mrs. James
Eneesor arm spending this week at;
Green Springs.

oerls Lines Lawn. one pound and
two paeks envelopes to match for 6le.
at the Poetofne Drugstore.
Mrs. McCully and daughter. Miss
Regie McCully of Berlin, were in the
city yesterday shopping.
In our prescription department, we
offer you both promptne:s and effic-
iency. The Court Pharmacy.
Geo. A. Carmichael is harvesting a
fine "-acre field of oats on his Sliver;
Springs plantation.
Have you sen the new visible Pay-
oles typewriter? X. C. Davis & 4o
general agents.
Mrs. Mote, who has been sick for the
past ten days. Is recovering under Dr.
D. M. Smith's treatment.
L C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonvllle,
hadle sIlk typewriter ribbos. 76e.
each: $7.5 per dosm
The King's Daughters held a well
attended meeting this morning and
relieved several families who were In
great distress.
FOR REI'T-A four-room cottage,
screened windows, city water, on
South Second street. Appiv to Dr.
E. Van Hood.
Mrs. Pope, the trained nurse who
spent several weeks with her mother
at Lowell, left this afternoon for Plant
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy imported china In many dif-
frent plces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drucsto e

MisUe Tillle and Caroline Pasteur
eame up yesterday from their home at
Safanten, Lake Weir, to spend until af-
ter Easter with relatives.
FOR M&AL-A six-room residence.
two stores, large lot near school
house. Price SLMO on payments al-
most like renting. Apply to M. A..
Care Star. 3-4-
Miss Bettle Wray Mclver left this
aftpnnwl for Lake Weir to spend U-
tH Tuesday with Dr. and Mrs. W. H.

FOR RUNT-The center one of the
three mewP Crem cottaes on South
S~eooad street, possessolo April 15th
Apply to Joseph Bell. 3-4
Mr. Lee Miller left yesterday for
Jacksmville, where be wiU lIa the fu-
ture make his borne. Mrs. Miler will
go up some t-i next week. It Is with
deep regret that Ocala gives up this
-hrmn couple.

Mr. Cdurl.e Fey, Jr, of Beileview.
son of the poet, Charles COMalley loy.
o. Pert Ingsis, spent yesterday In town.
Pres-riptloms ailed accurately and
delivered by the Pastflco Dr store.
FIre ChIef Hamp Chambers is giv-
ing his pet ouse a coat of green paint.
The donor of the paint is so modest his
name Is withheld.

See the faster novelties at Fishers.

One of the pleasant events of the
week was the dinner given yesterday
by Mrm S. E. Waterman. Seated at
the table were Dr. and Mrs. Newsom,
Mr. ArdIs Waterman, Mr. and Mrs, J
A. McCyinmnds and Mr. J. D. Buek-
elew, of Jameeburg N. I.
See "A Bachelors Baby" at the Air
Dome tonight. It will make yu laugh,
and "A Phlegmatic Gentleman" will
make you laugh twice
' A beautItful window display of flow-
er. and giants In one of the show
window's -f Melver & MacKay's, an-
nounees the fact that cut flowers and
plants are for sale.
The Globe store has the latest fash-
tea sheets for May and also McCall's
Magane of fashions for the same

Miss Hunt of New York, who spends
her winters at Crystal River and Is
am ardent dibesiple of Sir Isaac Wal-
fi lande a lt0-potld tarpon ye.-
tera and a Mr. Hunt of 'Michigan
was proud of his catch of a 12-foot
aviator. It was great sport for those
People and they are correspondingly

W. H. Colline. of Floral City, was in
town tn -Mr CMollna was In eharre



m m a aOCALAt FLA

Washington, April 8-Showers to-
n'ght and Friday; cooler tonight in
central easbt portion.

On account of Good rFiday the Wo-
man's Club rooms will not be open to-
morrow afternoon.
Mrs. C. t. Lloyd, Secretary.

There will be a laww-social given
by the Baptist Young People's Union
at the First Baptist church Friday ev-
ening, April 9th. The following will
take part: Address by Rev. C. C. Car-
roll., talk by Mr. J. W. Akin, solo by
Mr. T. G. Hall, solo by Mr. Frank
Gates. Come and bring your friend.
Mrs. C. C. Todd, treasurer of the
Dickison Chapter, will be the hostess
on Friday afternoon of the Daughters
of the Cottfederacy at their regular
monthly meeting.

Wetare prepared to supply our
tome with either buttermilk or
arator milk as may be desired.
Hiawatha Lake Dairy.


Mr. J. L. Pitta, national organizer
for the socialist party, was in Ocala
last night and made an address from
the band stand to a fair audience. He
presented his arguments In a very
pleasing manner and his hearers were

There will be a rallying of the base-
ball game tomorrow, Friday evening,
at 8 o'clock, at the athletic club. All
lovers of the game are requested to be
present as an organization will be ef-
feted for the season.

Mr. Henry Cleveland 'Williams, for-
merly of this city, now of Dunnellon,
and Miss Mamie Waters, of the Phos-
phate City, were married at the court-
house yesterday, Judge Bell perform-
ing the ceremony. They left for a
brief trip to Jacksonville, after which
they will return to Dunnellon.

The meeting of the Florida State
League of Postmasters which was
scheduled to have taken place in Jack-
sonville on Apill 16th and 17th, will
occur in our crlW on August 18th and
19th, instead. This concerns only the
third and fourth-class postmasters and
has nothing to do with the meeting
of the Association of Postmasters,
which is to be held at Jacksonville,
April 13, 14 and 15.
Our pourd paper- Is the best we
have ever had. New lot Just In. Come
In and see It. The Postofflce Drug-

Mr. Hunt of Michigan, who caught
the 144-inch alligator at Crystal River
the other, presented him to the fire-
men's zoo and the animal will be
brought up tomorrow and added to the
collection of pets already housed in the
little green care.

Gerig's Linen Lawn. one pound @04
two packs envelopes to match for 6Oc.
at the Postofflce Drugstore.
Mrs. George Stewart returned home
today from a visit to friends at Lady
Lake. Mrs. Hester went down with
Mrs. Stewart but remained for a longer
visit. Mrs. Stewart was very success-,
ful catching fish at the lake.

Ducks! Ducks -
Chickens! Chickens!
Fishel's! Fisherls!
Capta!fi Walte'r Burt, conductor on
the A. C. L. out of Jacksonville, who
spent several days with friends at"
Crystal River, returned home loday.
You should not delay under any
circumstances In cases of kidney aad
bladder trouble. You should take
something protnptly that you knbw is'
reliable. nothing like D>eWitt' KI18-
ney and Bladder Pills. They are un-
equaled for weak back. backache, In-
flammation of the bladder, rheumatic.
pains, etc. Where you ask for De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills,- be
sure you get them. They are anti-
septic. Accept no substitutes; iusitt
upon getting the right kind. Sold b)
all druggists.
R. (. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville
will sell any make of second-band
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
Elks meet Tuesday evening.
Easter post cards at Fishel's.
To the creditors, heirs. legatees, dis-
tributees and all persons having any
claim or Interest in the estate of the
late A. L. Williams, deceased, of Ma-
Take notice that I. the undersigned.






I ,N W- F # I-b

The new Wproir~ eU4 9
The Osceola Athletic At iatiao. :n&ec _____ Ps & .^,i
recently organized In our city. -- e thea plats
made wonderful strides within the peat IMPORTED SWISS CHEESE t with force wi a-w
six mnontha. The association has 821 c'elanlng up the bi. b lant. i
active members. with fve applications GEORGIA CANE SYRUP changes and repIrs aad eof0 -
In haLnd. Every Mooday and Wednes- placing all Darts andN 1tehJa0 t|V -V 4
day eveings Inst.,tkAUns are given In Guaranteed Absolutely PIwe 14/ 2, were badiy worn or damaged o -, -
boxinL fencing, wrestling. swinging ud this work i completed te piat .-
Indian clubs. weight lifting and var- be in ftrt-class condition ad the ,-."
ioua difitult feats on the horizontal output Of Ic wi ll b #e VeLWsJ*'"4j i
and parallel be. Weekly ShipmUnt of regular. ..H..i
Any one interested in the gyma- ARMOURTS STAR HAM The PWropretors R" a 1 m'"t
slum and wishing Information about mnR` IT HAM D M S Blet t
ainme should see Royal E. Cole. sec- -endral manager. Mr. W. H.IL ThM !c' -'
retary. who will gladly explain the sales manager, Mr. Henry IeP y, the ..: x; 1
benefits and take your application fee. BREAKFAST BACON engineer and superintendent, an un- .
Following Is a roster of the members: derstand their business thoroughly '
T. T. Munree, D. S. Woodrow, Dr. MConeqe.tly Nothing But Freh and the. firm has the capital to --l
J. E. Chace. L. W. Duval, Dr. A. I- l the work along. Lt.. ..-
lar. M. J. Roess, Geo. H. Ford. Dr Am The company owns and opkIft A1t o L rw"i a'
Van Hood. Asher PraFnk, Will Jeffeo1t, i I number of big lee plants i ine...t.,r

Brown, Marcus Frank. W. H. Clark. was purchased and m ade & thio R t "a -
Jr.. E. C. Bennett, H. B. Clarkson, Rev. A Y examination of it He knew .-that it
Bron, arcs Fan. W H.Clak.waspnrchasnewdpandtm, WeathorVay
G. H. Harrison. A. Z Gerig. J. C. Ws not a new plant, but with hi y ery
Booser, J. M. Meffert. (leo. K. Robin- -many yeaWr experience In theebIn- -. .
son. C. W. Hunter. Edward Holder. EK --UNness, knew that he could soons make
E. Robinson. J. C. Robinson, E. P. MUICA FESTIVAL good one out of it. and is rapidly do- 1 IA!
Rentz. Dr. W. H. Powers, R. E. Tucker. On account of the above occasion, ing so. -' ..
Holmes Walters. A. E. Burnett, L. N. the Seaboard Air Line Railway will Mr. Eggleston remained in Ocala imn. ; - ."7,
Green, B. F. Condon, W. a. Bullock, sell round trip tickets Ocala to Jack- til the work was well .started; and re- .
Jr.. Carlisle Islar, Charlie Standley. T. sonville, on April 17th and 18th. good turned to Atlanta. He will spend half
B. Pasteur. R. L. Anderson. Jr.. Leslie to return to and including April 21st, of him time here. Both Mr. Thoma
Anderson, Wallace Iavis, Owen Clark. at $4.25. For full Information and and Mr. Perry haM their tamU ea
H. K Chambers. H.L W. Tucker. Walter sleeper reservations call on any agent and are keeping house In uses Wfl . / -, ;
Yonge, Percy Bitting. J. A. Randall. Seaboard or write to .L C. Boylston, ed by the company on North Magno- l |iHB
Peter Mclntosh. E. R. Hutchings, C Assuistant General Passenger Agent lla street. They arv ileaased wIith
R. Raysor. R. W. Fulnn. C. E. Nelson. Jacksonvile Fla Ocala andi have their hearts in the .
Ben Todd, C. F. Farrant, Rev. C. C. work- m O
Carroll. Don Ford. Jim Witesid EASTER CARDS Messrs. Perry and Thoma told a
George Woods, A. F. Joyner, Jr. Ray- A collton of beautiful Easter Star man this week. that the Aa. "a
mond Bullock. Julian Bullock. Alfred would be running aW turning o uat
mound Bullock. Julian Bullock, Alfred cards at Ballard's news and fruit first-class ice in a very sort time,
Hewitt, Robert Martin, T. D. Lancas- tandrst-ass e In a very hort
ter, Jr.. A. J. Beck. C. E. Landers. Some delay ha, been met with in get-
ting machinery parts fntir the fac- 4
Wiley Burford. Sam Mathews J. B. B Our pound paper is the best we torits In Pennsylvania. but they will'
Carlisle. Jr.. Siebert Davis. Herbert have ever had. New lot just In. Come be in posion to announce the definite ,
Maloney. Wilbur Smith, J. F. Webber, in and see It. The Postoffice Drug- date when they will begin o operation it
H. H. Whetstone, C. R. iCreger, Eugene store. ate when they will begin Operations '
Knight. B. Salome, W. V. Newsom. Jr.. .. in a few days. The company will op- z *wAB.
J. M. Thompson R. E. Clark on. C. 0. Ae- o crate the cold storage plant next sea- . .*. .. -: "#'
Landers. Julius Brown. e n in f t South on and will have it in flrst-c:ass con- -. : .
Lake Weir, now In full ooom. Your edition for handling a large colume of "-
WORK AT THE CEMETERY choice of a 5, 8 or 10-acre grove at a business. '*.YT managers are exJper- i.
bargain for the next.rew days. Come "oenced colVtbrMge mg"as well and a
The Woodmar Band & Stone Com- see me at once. (. Wilson, South specialty wal-be made of this.dope

Wilsm Sout sp cat will made of
cemetery and parties desiring such kdent, Tei lchtion fthis Afa thy
n*ideal, being r-ight on the tracks of the. ~
work will please communicate their FOR RENT-Cheap; .a-new,. large, Atlantic Coast Line and Veaboard. Al'.
wants within the next few days. P.0. ,-room house, nicely painted and m- Line railroads and the Homosassa dl-
Pox 956 or room 29, Holder block. tf pered; well shaded yards. soft water vision of the IVdast Line. Two
well: In West Third street next to A. They will make a strong., letlaaatit ,
MEN-Our Illustrated catalogue ex- E. Delouest residence. Apply to A. -. business effort for a-good share of the b
plains how we teach barber trade In Delouest. -2O-tf business of the city and county as -ar k om
few weeks., mailed free. Moler Barber business of the city and county a..far Il, h d lftt~ f
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber out as it is practical to reach. They
College. Atlanta, a. 4--St Easter bunnies at Fbshers. are not as Mr. Eggleston said price -*-
cutters or trade demnoralizers, witherr, ..' '
!M_ are they trust builders. The de(ery"
wagons for the city trade are bheng,
made and they are beauties. When
I*ipiI g e r- the factory opens up another big in-
dustry will be added to Ocala and a *
good many people will be given em- ... .-Alt...- i.
Si n e ployment in and about the plant The' ,
managers believe in improvement ad ..... -and..... ,., ....
advancenielt. They will have the
99~ T I r T r plant presentUg an attraettve appear .. ...
6THE ALUMIINUM MAN ance when -finished and it ... ...
pleasing to the efk of *those'whq4aa ., ., .- -
: ^ that way Instead & 'iviFye s;nre, asit.,,I /"f

RANVI ik= rI It .^ T- r* 7.^ AG 1,^^.
WwarEver Aluminum CookMg Ute'[sA C wtiKnw
Keating & Co's.. met with a most un-
This is the kind that doesn't wear out. usual accident Saturday night while : c. '" .
Its servant-proof wear. nri his way to Jacksonville. over the -.. ..n-.Ji -'
It's. sn-p~of ear S-eaboard. A white woman, n.tron
It will not burn the food as easily as the old-fashioned wares, and will from the state Insane asylum, was mO t 1Vij jB
never be injured by careless handling.' IIhe train with two orazy women. Mr. t Z( u o iu m '
If you do your own work. you are entitled to the best you can get, and Konow was sitting Just b-hind one
nothing can equal "WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM WARE." of them. All at once. she Jumped up *W I Of IN
and dashed through the window. Mr. A-
It Is light, easily kept clean and perfectly sanitary--never putting crack- Konow grabbed her when she Wvaa al- .
ed glsts in your food. ". mpiat out. The rainfa nx.n 5t iJ M
It is a sclentic 'ware and the only kind you will have' In your kitrbhen,-B;." an hour. the wo ,o wwtirttvy 4 L
when you know what it will do. r.: ,.ad"tOtuIg" w :55 ^W 4,.. "
., ,. .. ,._ _. ,.U~4,aw ^naliy 8toppe4Brltflii.hae B-**:<.*** ^ ^ **^ 'll^
Be sure and see them. If he don't ,all, drop a fird to h- 'p of ethers the woma 'w "1
back into, the o Ri IoWPg
'". '-: r, ut Mr. Konow,|^.,i.. ^f orbhtana -" Ji ] l "
Ki* ph ... -| de- The tendons o, ,th^^rt re ,eraflge -I M11';"" ^^aaa^aaa~
on his right hand were entirely 'yO *'
ered by the sawing of the broken-glaaf 1saa
in the window. His hand was dressed
in Jacksonville and the doctors b-'
ieHve they can, save to him the use o(<, t> h o' 4 -
^|UL1 21T TTTUTTM~rU' TLTH'M"iii fingers.,b^ut the injury as mestJ -'M o ^ r^ -
'THE ALUMINUM MAN painful and serious. ^" "

,:.. ...

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The Badge of Honesty

S* Is on every wrapper of Doctor Pie's Goldaen Medical Disco,-
eqY because a lit of ingredients composing it is printed there
in plain EnglishL MOrn t= b-ortI-- of--- xpirm bas proven
its superior 0 r a .d ad mmgotug tonic for al
the cure of stomach dimsordms and aa liUP ills. ois uP the
runw-down system as no other ton 0 m u ich alcohol is used.
The active mdin prm pls of ntie root such as oaGoldenl
Seal and Queen's root, Stoae root and Mandke root, BIlodroot a
and Black Cherrybar are Nexurancd md pwsr d by the use of vei
chemau b prturn d WIH
Yoaent f V. Pmece at B a tbtN.Y.9 forfbooklet ,
which quotes o tracs from eB,0=Mrd ediclu thoritie ay b
such a Dr. Barthtlow, Ki. Tho Cle, Ea gm tod and a l pe
host of others, h owing that hese roots can be de laesded upon w o k
for their curative acti. in a weak states of the stomh, accom-
panied by idijstion or dyspepsia as wel as in biusor liver
complaints ind in al "wasting diseases" where there is loss of
flesh and gradual running down of the strength and system.

The OGeldwe Nefeal DhMee mbkes ,hh, p~re bleed -P
so Dr.aPiMeM aMl A Mindgui the e rh, liver a nd bowels.
and thriut6 tiewhleW sp. Thrs a fto kin affections
blotches, pimples and erptim well wwaofuonas swellings
and old epen n'or af -smameaed and hAled.
In treating old running sores, or ulcers, it iswelfl to insure their healing to apply to them
Dr. Pierce's AU-Healng Salve. If your druggit don't happen to have tbis Salve in
stock, send fifty cats in postage stamps to Dr. L V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Sur-
gical Institute, Buffalo, Y., Wd a large box of the "All-Healing Salve" will reach
you by return post.
You can't afford to accept a w nostrum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic,
medicine OF KNOWN couvpOS=ION not even- though the urgent dealer may thereb)
make a little bigger t. Though he offers the substitute for a less price you
can't afford to experiment with yeur health. Go where they give you what you ask
for widhws argumext.
EDr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets ruate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy ae candy.

Mum Near Kmandrn') ihA

TmingBoys IrminI b 14 jars bedtigi.Ca wdnyreidhql"ftyhli ibhl
Nordad -iSodal lb., biy 1edhm vo -WOhaIn 4Culdke Ei
I.~~i NommuIwds Im Was #A I smhim
x ~Awl, Ia' Prmsss"Wim toOw- lR UPEftIOR




0ar Co
Marion Harwart Co.






s Hardware,

Ti Implements,

Carpenters' Tools

Saw Mill, Phosphate and Turpentine Supplies.

GoS, Revolvp, Anntlol, Legs, lu-ting Coats, Gu. Cases

State agents for and carry in stock Implements
and Gasolene es of the Internatonal Harvester
*I "^ *' *.. 1 -" " .';" '" -"

American and Elwbod Field Fence.

H. B. CLARKSON, Geneau AMnagee

lds Cr70L6fpp1 ihki Thront
and Lung Trouble PreovenutsuPmIahknd Cmiumption


I~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ I* I II I .I* IIIII I | l


The crops are looking fine though
they were somewhat Injured by the
storm and heavy rans. Report isays
the Easterling farm Ito the finest a
this part of the county.
-* Messrs. Meffert. Whitehurst. Glad-
ney and Rayor are our largest cab-
bage shippers. They an busy ship-
ping at preent.
Our people here wslah to thank the
members of the W. C. T. U. of Red-
dick and the young folks of that Mlit-
tie town who came down last riday
night and gave s uch a anie uOtr-
tainment, which consisted of temnper-
ance sons arn prohibibtion spalkng
contest. Th e t the contest wm
Misses Joile Wllson and Mina Mae
Afrif-I1and "--- Ifilk" -^-u .

sweet little idre went to Ocala
lat week.L
Mr. W. M. Sbockley a fumtily vis-
ited relative at Martin urdby.
Mr. Lacy McLea. of Oculais lan
our Ulttle burg aga for awhile.
The health of our ommunity
seems to be very good at present,
only a few cases of whoopi. cough
among the chidres.
Omur school baa beek doe very
nicely under the able mmagment of
Mis KendalL It wial e o aI four
weeka. Mtoss Keaita frita here
will regret to m bari leave, but wish
her much seems whmver se oes.
Sbhe eMxpect to vW ber parents this
summer In North ioW-of Conna..
but expect to return to Ybrida in
the writer.

Thee will be revival meetings here.
The presiding elder and Rev. Thom-
son are coilucting .4ame. We trust
that much good may be done.
Mrs. Bush. who has many friends
In the City of Oaks, reached another
mile stone in life's Journey on Mon-
day, April 5th. Slhe seemed to enjoy
the day keenly and received many
calls and was the recipient of several
tokens from Belleview and absent
friends, Including beautiful flowers
and congratulating letters
Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Gale with their
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Nix. and their
boarders Mr. Gardner and Mr. Cow-
lea, and their friend, Mrs. Fesler. all
enjoyed a drive to Smith's Lake Sun-

CLOSING EXERCISES OF House the past week amd Wl m00i0k
FORT KING SCHOOL appreiated vhorits at the SI td
_!School a&d Christian KA er MtMV
The Fort King school closed Its set- Ing Sunday momrin .
sion Monday and the event was eel- The riloi ang, ung of l sw ,
ebrated with pleasing exercises and a here is san l' u aunda wenl a1
dlnn-r on the ground. The attend- promisesan o early n sand abtdatyIe
ance of patrons and friends was large. The good news is reported th te
and all had an enjoyable time. Misstelegraph service is shortly to be -.'
Harriet L Simpson was thf popular sm ed at Weirsdale.
and successful teacher. The following E' y W n Will n
is the program: Evecy Woman Will be
1. March.
2. 23rd Psalm. If you will send your name and ad-
3. Song. "America"-By all. dress we will mail you free a package
4. Lord's Prayer. of Mother Gray's Australian Led, a
SGreeting. Ida Belle Clayton. certain, pleasant herb and never fil-
6- Recitation. Earl Luffman. lug. !f you have pains in the back.
7. Song. "Mount Vernon Bells'-
Four Girls. urinary, bladder or kidnty trouble, us
8. Recitation. Herman Clayton. this pleasant union of aromatcl herbal,
9. Recitation Willie' Clayton. roots and leaves. All druits se1 It.
10. Song. "Children Battle Song"-- 0 cents, or addrew. The Mother Gray
School. .Co, Leroy, N. Y.
11. Recitation. Vida Parker.
12. Recitation. Thomas Clayton. PIANO TUNING
13. Song, "Dalry MaldA"-Boys.
14. Song. Venice Whalev. ya ie gfm
15. Recitation. Bertha Brock. Ten yees experience. Wlemec.
16. Sone "Robinson Crusoe" any music teacher in Ocala any
17. Recitation. 'lartha Whaley. music house in Jacksonville. 'Phas
18. Recitatlon. F..-ri May Parker 328. A. M. Lansford. city. l-S-tt
19.-Song, "Farmer Boys."
20. Recitation. Janie Clayton. KENORICK
21. Recitation. Herman Clayton.
22- Song. "Long Time Ago." This weather seems like good old
23. Recitation, attie C'layton. summer time again.
24. Recitation. James Parker. Mr. Columbus Luffman and bride,
25. Recitation. Fiailer Clayton. of Oak. visited the latter's parents
24. Song. -Florida." Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Spencer, last Sun-
27. Recitation, Laura Parker. day.
2z Recitation. "Lily"--Sue Clayton We are pleased to report this- ehth
29 March. "Yankee Doodle." of Mr. J. W. Winmill much Improved.
30. Prt-rentation of prizes and ad- Dr. Powers, of Ocala, has been treat-
dress of trustees, ing him. We are also glad to report
31. Song. "Good-Bye- Mr. Jt-rry Waters resting easy at

OKLAWAHA In last week's items relative to the
coop of chickens sent to the orphan-
We are having some fine weather age by our Sunday School should
now. and are looking forward with have read eirht instead of eighty.
pleasure for the "good old summer Mr. and Mrs. Bradford C. Webb, ao-
time." companies by their guests, Mr. and
Carson Bradford and wife have re- Mrs. Payne and children of Des
turned to Nashivlle, Tenn.. after a Moines, Iowa. enjoyed the day most
few months' visit to his father and pleasantly last Friday by driving to
mother. Silver Springs. where they secured a
Miss Edith McDaniel ar-l mother boat and took a trip down toConnor,.
left Tuesday for their horn"m in Hot where they enjoyed the hospitality of
Springs. Va. Mr. Pat Randall., and no doubt it was
Mr. J. T. Lowis. after a short III- a day long to be remembered.. All
ness, is able to be up and going who have the pleasure of being the
around again, host of this gentleman speak so
We are sorry to haar that Mrs. Car- pleasantly of him. Mr. and Mrs.
son is confined to her bed, and hope Payne have proven themselves quite
to hear of a speedy recovery. pleasant and interesting. and we
Fishing is still fine. We noted Ed- would be glad to have them remain
die Marshall with a fine string of with us permanently.
them. Next Sunday will be our regular
Miss Laura Driggors of this place preaching day by our nastor. Rev. J.
was quietly united in marriage to N. Weatherford. All who do not hear
Mr. Lucius. of Ocala Sunday last. these good sermons surely miss a
They will reside in that Mlace. treat.
The hard road is progressing nice-
ly from Oklawaha station to the NATURE TELLS YOU
school house under the good manage-
ment of Mr. J. S. Driggers. We hope As Many an Ocala Reader Know Too
to se it completed in a shhrt time. Well
Miss Lizzie Proctor, of Pedro. elos-
ed her school here last Friday night When the kidneys are sick,
with an entertainment, which was Nature tells you all about it.
unusually good. Some of the -layp' The urine is nature's calendar.
were acted as good as if they had Infrequent or too frequent action;
been played by actors and actresses j Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
of fame. ills.
The program was composed of some Dean's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
beautifully acted tableaux and songs ills.
of which the famous School Days was Mrs. Eliz. Ratherree, living at 201
one. W. McCormick St., Gainesville, Fla..,
Mrs. Spurlin has rented the Reagan says: "I suffered from dragging pains
cottage for the summer and has mov- in my back for some years. I
ed in. Others will follow her good was in almost constant misery, and
example by and bye. often the pains were so Intense that I
could not move about. The secretions
THE BED ROCK OF SUCCESS from my kidneys were also Irregular
in action, and caused me further an-,
lies in a keen, clear brain, backed by noyance. Any cold always aggravated'
indomitable will and resistless energy, my trouble and at such times I would
Such power comes from the splendid suffer severely. A friend finally ad-
health that Dr. King's New Life Pills vised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills
impart They vitalize every organ and I did so. The first few dooms ot
and build up brain and body. J. A. this remedy gave me relief, and when
armon Te e W. a. wtes I had used the contents of one box the
Harmon. Lizemore, W. Va., Wrtes: pains had disappeared, and the kidneys
"They are the best pill I ever used." once more acted In a normal manner.
25c at all druggists. I am glad to give Doan's Kidney Pills
Sthe credit for bringing'me back to good
SOUTH LAKE WEIR i health."
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall C. Goss left Plenty more proof like this from
on Sunday for their home in Pleas- Ocala people. Call at Tydlngs & Co.'s
antville, Pa. drug store and ask what their custo-
The guests and several neighbors of mers report. ,
the Pleasant Hills House enjoyed a For sale by all dealers. Price 9
candy pull on Saturday night and had cents. Foster-Milbumrn Co., Buffalo,
a sweet and merry time. New York, sole agents for the United
A prominent resident told us a few States.
days since that it was getting entire- Remember the name-Doan's--and
ly too gay about here for him with sG" take no other.
many teas. dances, bathing and din-
ner parties, and he was going over to W IRAE
Palm Beach to be ouiet and rest up WEIRODALE
before going north. The Lake Wei- yacht Club )w
Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Carnahan he Lake Wer ahtm bhas
and famUily left on Sunday for Pleas- been organizbed with more than u t
antville. Pa., their summer home. membTers. Its objects are thus dean-
They will be missed as they did so ed: To unite owner of launches o
much to make the social life of the Lake Weir in closer speoal affiliation:
place pleasant. to hold launch parades, water carni-
Owing to the service at Weirsdale vals, races and picnics and other so-
on Sunday morning the Union Sunday cial functions, and to protect and pro-
School will defer th<- observance of mote fishing int Lake Weir." Officers
Easter until the 18th. have been thus chosen for the enmu-
Mr. and Mrs. E. I). ('oates. of ing year: Commodore. W. R. Good-
Akron. Ohio, former residents on the win. Eastlake; vice commodore, Dr.
lake, who have been guests of Hotel H. W. Henry, Jr., Oklawaha. secre-
lake Side of late, spent several days tary. David S. Woodrow Tsutlake:
with friends at the Pleasant Hills treasurer. Z. C. Chamblisms Oala a-
t ecutive committee W. R. Goodwin, D.
' S. Woodrow. H. W. Henry. Jrt W. H.
Bickley. Weiredale; C. W. Wfllard.
L. ATE x AN Dj- south Lake Weir; F. F. Haskell
a^ ~ XWeirsdale: L. R. Chasal. Ocala; John
Meffert, Ocala; A. A. Bartlett. Weirs-
Practical dale; and A. J. Leavengood. Stanton.
A very jolly beach party and chiclk-
1I T.D D UILDED en pillau was given by Mrs. H. W.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER Henry and Miss Edith McDonald Sat-
urday afternoon near the Henry
Careful estimates made on all home at Okiawaha. Guests were pres-
ent from South Lake Weir, Weirsdale,
contract work. Gives more and Stanton. Eastlake and Lake Weir
better work for the money than and they formed the most congenial
another contractor in ton. and the merriest party Imaginable.
any other contractor in town. The young people enjoyed a half
hour's bathing, after which came tlhe
special feature of the occasion-a
genuine chicken pillau. This was
served with tea. sandwiches, olives,
Cheese wafers, and later several dif-
ferent kinds of home made mady
were served. The affair *as indeed
a delightful treat, especially to the
northerners present. Mrs. Henry and
I Miss McDonald were charming hos-
tessei and their guests are grateful
to them for one of the most pleasant
parties hold on the lake this year.
Mr. A. J. Peterson (Hotel Lake-
side's champion fisherman) Mrs. Pet-
I person. Mrs. Wrennick and son. John
V Jerome, left last week for their home
omen V'En Jamestown. N. Y. They have spent
i over four months at Hotel Lakeside
and will be greatly missed by their
ar\ uia many friends.
I I Mr. W Miller Jones and family de-
Iparted Monday for their home on
SStaten Island. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs
Jones with their family of eight chil-
H T- I dr-en have added a rreat deal of !life
i to the south side of the lake this win-
ter. and the quiet since their depar-
ture is very noticeable.
I Hon. J. M. Wiley and wife and son.
iA. _rn-Me ia John. and Mrs. Cooper, who have

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