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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 04 12, 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 )
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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: VID03139
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Volume 14, No. 271.


OCAIA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APIlL IS, I.L


FRESH AND FINE


COD FISH BRICKS, MACKEREL
SMOKED HALIBUT, HERRING ROE
IMPORTED SWISS CHEESE,
DATES in bulk, 10. a pound
ENGLISH WALNUTS
Cross & Blackwell's Chow Chow
Cross & Blackwell's Pickles
U-ALL-NO-CHOCOLATE MINTS
U.ALL-NO-AFTER DINNER JMINTS
CRYSTALLIZED GINGER in bulk,'
50c. a Pound.
DEVILED CRABS, SHRIMP,
LOBSTERS, CLAMS, OX TONGUE


0. K. GROCERY
CLARK BROS, Proprietors
TWO 'PHONES 174


R. D. FULLER
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Munree & Chambliss'
Bank.
OCALA - FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.


J. E. CHACE

DENTAL BURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and iI,
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA.
TERMS. CASH.


L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
O1lce Over Cmermdal Bak
Phone 211
Office Houlr-8 to 12 a. m.; Ito Sp.n.
TERMS. CASH.


CHARLES D. HULBERT, I. D.

gae SFdeo_

Office Second Floor The Munroe and
Cliambll Bank Building. Ocala*
Florida.
Telephones: Office, 221; Residence, 221
Office Hours
9-12 a. m.. 2-4 p. m. 7:0-830 n. m.


THE COMMERCIAL

BARBER SHOP

Opens into the lobby of the
Ocala House.
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. strictly sanitary. Elec-
tric fans, electric massages.
M Running Waler at a Tiaes
VINCENT C. DETTERICH, Manager.


C. J. PHILLIPS'
Contract ad Budier.

Plans and Speifscations Furnise d
Upon Request
129 Sotah lird St.
Ocala. Fla. Phae. 130


cIVER & NACKAY

tuN RAL DIREuiOkS

Undertaers and Embalmers
D. MolVER ALFRED E. OWLN
Undertakeys

Fine Caskets and Burial mies
All Work Do e by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.


ICE


IN KAI


It Never Was Much More than Half
Alive-Marion's Representativ Do-
ing Good Work at Tc.iahasmee.


(Special Correspondence.)


Talahassee, April 11.-The sun rose
this beautiful Easter Sabbath morn-
ing over a very beautiful rose bedeck-
ed Tallahassee but a remarkably quiet
capital city.
The adjournment Friday of both
branches of the Floa legislature aa
til Monday enabled iany members
living near enough to pay a short
visit home. Others Improved the op-
portunity to visit Jacksonville and
take in the races or go to church.
Easter Sunday in TallahasaIe dalft
the legislative eessine is always more
or less of an event and some of the
more experienced members who have
been here before regard it as one of
the compensations of office If It is
unaccompanied by emolument.
Marion county and especially the
twentieth senatorial district has re-
ceived her full share (and more) of
legislative honors in offices and in
committee assignments. The unani-
mous election of Senator Baker as
president pro tern of the senate, en-
tirely unsought as it were. was a dis-
tinct and marked recognition of the
esteem and regard in which this able
and experienced senator is held by his
colleagues. The honor, however, was
followed by another and one of pos-
sibly still more importance in the as-
signment of chairmanships of com-
mittees when the senator from the
twentieth was made chairman of the
committee on pensions. The Import-
ance of the work of this committee at
this session can hardly be overesti-
mated and its work and ultimate re-
sults will be eagerly watched in every
county in Florida. The honor howev-
er is not without its compensating
duties, for on the members and espl-
cially the chairman will devolve an
enormous amount of work. Senator
Baker is also a member of the com-
mittee on Judiciary A, one of the few
lay members of this important com-i
mittee. The judiciary committee in
the past has been composed almost
entirely of lawyers. President Hud-
son however, very wisely It is thought.
decided to place a few of the most
experienced and strongest laymen on
the two Judiciary committees to in a
sense discuss and consider measures
from a standpoint not wholly legal.
Senator Baker tl also assigned to the
committee on agriculture and forestry.
mining and mineral resources and or-
ganized labor.
In the house, Mr. Light landed a
chairmanship, that of the committee
on census and apportionments. This
is and should be a most important
committee this session as we are
promised a very strong and earnest
effort for the reapportionment of sen-
atorial districts and of membership in
the house of representatives, a work
clearly demanded by the constitution
but which since the adoption of the
constitution of 18S5 has either been
whilly neglected or the difference of
opinion among the legislators was so
great than no satisfactory agreement
could be reached. The cnatitution
calls for reapportionment in 1887 and
every ten years thereafter. Senator
Baker is one of the strongest advocates
of reapportionment and both the Mar-
ion county representatives are thought
to be also' in line and both are mem-
bers of that house committee.
Mr. Light Is also a member of the
committee on public printing, finance
and taxation and railroads and tele-
graph. Mr. Cara while not securing a
chairmanship is on the very import-
ant committees on state institutions,
education, county organisation Wand a
before mentioned, census and appor-
tionment. Both Cam and Light can
Invariably be found in their seats
when the house is In session, unless
engaged in committee work, and both
promise to take a very active and
prominent part In the shaping of leg-
islation.
The solar plexus blow delivered on


the very first day of the seftlon to the
little county divislonist Idea, as far as
Marion and bevy counties are con-
cerned, will probably end all hope of
any such bill being enacted Into law
at this session. The MAfore blow
was delivered at a little tcerence
held in one of the senate committee
rooms and was attended by Senator
Baker of Marion and Sumter, Senator
Williams of Levy. Representatives
Light and Carn of Marion and Epper-
son of Levy. together with the two
lone advocates of county division who
were in Tallahassee, viz: Ex-Repre-
sentative Jasper Willis and Prof. hel-
ton Phillips of Levy. By Invitation
Mr. L, J. Brumby. editor of the Flor-
ida Fruit and Truck Grower, of Ocala,
was also present, who quoted the ex-
pressed opinion of Hon. J. M. Math-
ews. the county' commissioner from
the Marion county section affected as
saying that the sentiment in the dis-
trict named was anything but unani-
mous and that many persons signed
the petition under a misapprehension
or misunderstanding. The two advo-
cates of county division were given a
respectful hearing but were unani-
mously advised that the entire dele-
gation opposed any such proposition
and further that It would not have
the ghost of a show. The suggestion
was further made by Seaator Baker
that they drop the matter and not
fnrce the, snators and repnr.ntative%


It afzords is alone worth many tines
its cost. Price. 25 cents, large size 50
cents.
IGNOMINOUSLY EXPELLED
Ex-Prosident Camtro Forcibly Deport.
ed From Mantinique
Fort de France, April ll.-Clpriano
Castro, ex-president of Venezuela, was
ignominously expelled last night from
the Island of Martinique by the French
government. He protested to the last
against his expulsion, but his pro-
tests were in vain. He is now on
board the French line steamship Ver-
sailles bound for St. Nazare.
IF YOU ONLY KNEW
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer fro& kidney, blad-
der or rheumattk trouBle. $1 bottle two
months' treatment. Sold by druggists
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 292A Olive street, St.
Louis, Mlssouri.
CANTALOUPE BASKETS
We have a solid carload of canta -
loupe baskets in our warehouse and
can make the very closest possible
price on them. Mclver & MacKay.


Ilontma Barbershop

In Commotion With the Hotel Officej
Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tentlo nto all. Special attention to,
children.
ELECTRIC MASSAGE
HOT AND COLD WATER


R. A. OETTECH. Prorietor



w. C. BLANCHARD

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Plans furnished
on application.


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The Most Bast"f.-and"h


1 ,0 E. LNw as E'on. E- LI iV ilHLA
w&IttISSIof Ctra, who is here In at- DIVAll I RAILg 13 1
tendance on the meeting of the state
board of control of which he is a meem-
ber. Another visitor is the Hon. G(-,v.
G. Mathews. formerly of Ocala, n-% Donald MacDonell, Formerly of Mic-
editor of the Record at Bartow. Th.- anopy, Provokes His Benefactor
two gentlemen comprised Mario 's
delegattoo in the house last sess-,,n Into a Fatal Act
and are being warmly greeted by th'-.r
former coflagues as well as by th ir
tany teads in Tallahassee. 4 Tampa Times, 19th.)
A;;pparently as the result of a blow
E r "ceivd on the head from a water
....... pitch-r hur(*d at him by John Boat-
O Oitmets for Catarrh that Contain right. Donald MacDonell died at an
Mercury ;ar h..ur this morning at the home
As mercury will surely destroy the of the former, on Michigan avenue.
sense of smeD and completely derange Immediately after MacDonell's death
th whole system, when entering it Batw right came to Tampa and gave
through the mucous surfaces. Such hirnse'f up to the police.
artiles should never be used except Ma-Donell. who, with his wife and
on prsecriptlon from reputable phys- child. was stop-Ilng at Boatwrighb''*
tclans, as the damage they will do is hon..e, ha'i been drinking, and was a-
te_-toKlto the good you can possibly noylng the mnpibers ot the Boatwright
derive from them. tal's Catarrh family by going from one room to
C are manuactured by F. J. Cheney another and refusing to remain In his
a Co, ToledO, Ohio, contains no mer- ..wn room. Boatwright is said to have
eUry, and is taken Internally, acting; ,ut up with it for some time end then
directly on the blood and mucous sur-:! relbly put him into his room. When
faces of the system. In buying Hall's l.acDo.n.ll again attempted to leave
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen- ;t. ;.Hatwright threw the pitcher at
ulne. It is taken internally and made ;. n. strikinr him on the left side of
in Toledo, Ohio, by P. J. Cheney & t i ,,.,ad. MacDonell fell to the ficor
Co. Testimonials free. Sold by drur-| nd Boa:.ri;ht r.-alizing that he was
gists. Price 75c. per bottle. Take il hurt, rushed to him lifted him
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ,,hi h.d and sent a message for
;'r. Edward Smoak, who shortly ar-
AMERICA AND ENGLAND i' iivd on th.- scene. This was about 10
I--.c!,-ck last night, and after examin-
Mourn the Loss of Two of Their Most iig the wound the doctor expressed the
Gifted Writers "Tinion that the man would %we all
Sight in the morning and left.
F. Marion Crawford Boatwright and some of the mem-
Sorrento, Italy, April 11-F. Marion Lrs wi of he family reo aned iman the
Crawford. the celebrated American rom with, tlhe wounded man, and
novelist died here yesterday afternoon bout n o'clock. While sitting up In
after a long siege of typhlud fever. bod hme su ddt' v .collapsed. and in a
Mr. Crawford hail been seriously ill momie tas t dead.
for some time. and his death xs ex- iThet lbody was then removed to the
for some time. nd his death nre" ex mdrtaking parlors of Smith & Rob-
I Algernon Charl Swinburne rty at Seventh street and Ninth ave-
Sr. e mue. from where It is understood that
London, April 11.-Algernon Charles it will be shipped to the home of the
Swinburne, poet and essayist, died deceased at Micanopy
here yesterday of pneumonia. He was Mr. and Mrs. MacDonell came here
72 years of age. Mr. Swinburne was oiye four weeks ago from Micanopy.
the son of Admiral Swinburne. He ,acDonell being in search of work
was a bachelor. He appears to have been unsuccessful
R* S. EF DAI in his. efforts in this direction, and
MRS. JEFF DAVIS some ten days ago he and his family
Little Rock. Ark., April 141-Mrs. moved to the Boatwright home, the
Jefferson Davis, wife of Senator Da- two men having formed a friendship
via of this state, died here yesterJay s'"ne time ago when they were both
after an Illness of several months. She living at Miami.
is survived by her husband and th.,ir John Boatwright kas been living
nine children. here for some time, devoting most of
his time to the business of horie
RHEUMATISM trading. He Ia a man of considerable
Fully nine out of every ten cases of physical strength, and it Is probable
rheumatism are simply heumatism thathe adno Idea of the force with
of the muscles. due to cold or damp which he hadfell thrown the pitcher until
or chronic rheumatism, neither of MacDonell fell to the fl6or.
which require any internal treatment. MacDonell was without means, and
All that is needed to afford relief is had bein drinking a great deal of late.
the free application of Chamberlain's Because of some debt of gratitude
the free api o O a e ..which oa+twright owed to MacDon-
Liniment and massaging the affected .. f .. h. B w t m and
parts at each application. There is i 1's fatlwr. he hid taken the man and
dilagreeable or unpleasant about this Iis wife and child %into his home., hav-
liniment. The relief from pain which n" expressed a hope of reforming the
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ITS A TOP NOTCH DOER I have in Stock 2500 B' o.

wr Itsrs. T' wh difetent numbers to dect ft.. Tu 3miw
American people hdvq crowned D r.4h m0t .mm 4
King's New Discovery the King ofe t ^'i -.
Throat and Lung. Remedies. E"1veyVy- .ti- .. ,.
atom is a health force. It kills germs, A-3a5SWU is wi tock i7UI7I
and colds and la grippe vanishes. It A. .-
heals cough' racked membranes and utfC in
coughing stops. Sore, inflamed bron-
chial tubew and lungs are cured and plpua f ,- "-
hemorrhages cease. Dr. Geo. More. / ;
Black Jack. N. C., wrtesa: "It cured
me of lung trouble, pronounced hope- a.
less by all doctors." $0c, $1. Trial A .
bottles free. All druggists. "Solid Silver
LOOPHOLE IN THE LAW ere t We asS
An Alabama Judge Decides that a RA
Man has the Constitutional Right Theseiffl -,
to Store Liquor in H;&
oi. own u. piece of
Mobile. Ala., April 11.-One of the Solid Silvr b
strongest sections of the state prohi- OliVr -- --
titory law was declared unconstitu-
tional yesterday by Judge Mayfleld at areC m I l
Montgomery. The section prohibited n
the storing or possession of liquor In inlaid
any building or apartment which was ,^ hav C
inhabited. Judge Mayfleld held that where thelh v -v a Ai" ce0. Jl
the statute was In cfict with he rests assortm ea t '
federal bill of rights which held that SpOOn rests ;assortmen t (A.)
every man's home is his castle.
SHe further ruled that search war- On tfle W g ith b
rants toseize liqfr could be legally
issued only after evidence had been tabDle 1 "
discovered. Under this ruling the ho- .' *'"
tel and cafe men whose places were .
raided a few days ago by prohibition 1 T 'V .-
df tectives will sue the men who In- -* if
{tigated the raids. r o
Whisky. wines and other liquors to -
the value of about $10,000 sex here '
on Thursday by the sheriff on war- -,
rants sworn out by 'members of the l ..
Law and Order League were released. I W ill e O lO O the ilmCa8 Jl ssII
the owners giving the necessary bond. I will be pleased to show
A BABY SHOW IN OCALA Jewelry of all Kinds. Some of the ledi artie
would have many contestants: but
ts safe to say that the healthietmond wings and PMin W atches of d
wobrm d mot aobirers do Clocks, Pins, Bracelets, Combs Belt B lw had Ht P s
worms and most babies do unless A f t OS m I '^"'- .iLe :a a '*o
they are kept ree from them wit latest styles. Silverware of all u id, It Oa
White's Cream Vermifuge. Acts '
quickly, yet mildly-is Its own pur- plate. ine Chia and exquisite Cut Ula,.tt -
gative. Mothers don't attempt to .- -. ". .
raise children without White's Cream eporierced JOweerBs at O~ar Servie t y A
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Jewelry and W catches on short u tie. : ; r
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EVENING STAR AT H


C. L. Sittinger and R. R. C ,rr*le
Editors and Publishers.
C. L. ITTINGER, Editor
R. R. CARROLL. Busine Manaer


INCONSISTENT FREIGHT RATES
Ocala thfmks, and Justly so, that it
is not right to pay more freight on
100 pounds of goods from Jacksonville
than Tampd doe on the same ship-
ment. more than twice as far, passing
through ocali, on the way down. That
is nothing, however, compared to the
following: Colller's Weekly gives an
illustration. A shipment of machin-
ery ;rom an Iron works In San Fran-
cisco In carload lots going to (oldfeld.
Nevada. 300 miles, costs 25 per cent
more than a carload shipment to
Johannesburg, South Africa, which
takes the same route as far as Reno,
Nevada thence to New York City,'
where it is taken aboard ship, reload-
ed at on Er.glish port onto another,
taken to Cape Colony, South Africa,
there reloaded onto the cars and ship-
ped 300 miles Into the interior via rail.
a distance altogether, we should say,
of about 12.000 miles, with three re-
loadings. more than the 300-mile
slilpment. Wouldn't that Jar you.
THAT RENTZ RAILROAD
The people of Ocala are sleeping on
their rights when they do not aid and
encourage the construction of the
Rentz railroad into Ocala. This is too
fine a proposition to let go by. Mr.
Rertz was a~ktd by a Star man the
other day is te was doing anything on
tn s end of th road. He said there
was nothing to do until the business
m,.n of Ocala made some move. That
It was up to Oca!a to say whether she
want-d the road and for the business
me,a to assure h'm of their support.
hhen te stood ready to put It in and
at once. .4r. Rentz ldos not want any
assistance He only wants the freights
to haul. Let's do something.
OKLAWAHA PARK LOTS
Elsewhere In this issue we publish a
plat of Oklwaha Park, the beautiful
tract of elegant residence lots recent-
ly placed on the market by Messrs.
F. W. Ditto and D. S. Woodrow, who
bought the property from the Benja-
mins and subdivided it. There is not
In the entire city such beautiful lots
for sale and those who wish a well lo-
cated residence lot should buy one of
these -hlle they are available.
DR. HOOD'S AUTO A SUCCESS
Dr. Walter Hood li now perfectly
satisfle-l with his patent, home-built
automobile. All of the difficulties
have b-t.n overcome and the machine
is working like a clock. The doctor's
first country trip was last week to
Blltchtt.n. which the machine made
beautifil!y, with Dr. Walter and Dr.
Van Hoiod. The second trip Dr. Hood
made to Hernando Saturday afternoon
wi-h Mrs. Hood. and returned home
yesterday. They went via Dunnellotn,
a distance" of Z'S8 miles, and made it in
Four hours without a single delay. The
machine will make ten miles an hour
through any sand, mud or over any
hills. It has ample power, 20 horse,
where most of the high wheeled ma-
chines have only ten, and it can make
25 miles an hour if desired.
Mrm. Carson of Nashville. Tenn.,
who spent the winter on the lake, was
brought to Ocala today on a stretcher.
She is not real well and will rest a
few days with Dr and Mrs. E. Van
Hood and then hopes to resume her
Journey home. She was accompanied
to Ocala from the lake by her so;,-in-
law. Mr. Bradford, of Nashville. and
her niece. Miss Tolmie. who Is spend-
ing the winter in Ocala.
There will be an exodus for the
Gulf on April 26th on a fishing and
oyster excursion. Among those elect-
ed from Ocala are Judge W. S. Bul-
lock, State's Attorney E. W. Davis and
an Invitation to the editors of the
Star. Dr. Blltch and others. A num-
ber of Crystal River people will be il
evidence, notably Dug Smith, Ml"
Stafford and Mr. Hay. Mr. Leas-
ford. the piano man. Is promoting this
enjoyable outing.
U
The editor of the Banner will please
accept the thanks of the Star for his
complimentary remarks about our
Easter edition. Whatever of glory or


prestige is attached to that edition is
due to the business manager of the
Star. R. R. Carroll. and his faithful
assistants in the mechanical depart-
ment.
Saturday while all the clerks at the
Globe were busy waiting on customers.
some miscreant stole a $5 pair of
pants that were displayed outside.
There Is more trouble in store for
the Baptist congregation, as a son-
gregation In Kentucky I1 after their
talented and eloquent pastor, with
persuasions such as seem irresistible
to the gifted expounded of God's word.
His leaving would be a positive
loss to the city and county and if be
should determine to leave our regrets
will mingle with those of his congre-
gation.
Representative Light of Marion Is
on the following committees of the
lower house of the Florida legislature:
Finance and taxation, public lands,
railroads and telegraph, unfinished
business Representative Cam Is on
the following committees: Education,
census and apportionment, state insti-
tutions, unfinished business. The ap-
pointments we deem admirable and
well suited to both gentlemen, as they
have made a study of the questions
they will have to consider.


At the Baptist churnb yes6my
was gathered the elite aesu ee
seen there for a log time, and while
the new Easter millinery was very
much In evidence there wau notlbi
tartUn' or lod i its appearale, it
being somewhat subdued mad It ogod
taste. Before the t inrM Ut choir
rendered the uAh. "Crt m e
Pasover, In .ae -uI
solose being sg byr m wi/e .
and Mrs. George Me=mS. 55 1 m
tor took for the topple of his e a,
"Christian CtOmanhi" aad h" ilel
his subject as only Mr. Cail a.
Among other beautiful. th- l of
the pator was that "the dt was thal
acme of development" Gots "a of
a city was a pio fuf at hm--1-do
principles. He spoke of the bety
and strength of a large city, almo ot
the terrible feeling of4 hasdies to
one who Is a stranger there. Cotng
down to modern times and modern
events he spoke of the need of the
people purging politics of every trick-
Pter and political bos In the commun-
ity: said that mosey was the sle ob-
ject and aim of hords of politicians;
that they were elected to represent the
people and then when graft and mos-
ey is brought to bear eo them. they
voted against every prineiple they wes
elected to support and them claimed
that they were voting foe the fnte-
exts of their co-rstltuents.
He dealt a few body bows to the
liquor traffic:; sooffed at the present
poseltion of the saloon iMn hJ adv-
cating local optim; w there eolduM
be no such thing a loeal option In
this state, as for Instance when Citrus
county voted dry, the liquor men of
Ocala could pour the liquor into that
county and the dcitiaens had no option
or say in the matter.
At the close of the service Mr.
Isaac stevens moved the following
resolution:
"Resolved, That we the members of
the First Baptist church of Ocala,
Florida, do hereby most earnestly pe-
tition the honorable members of the
Florida legislature At its session of
1909 to pass a resolution submitting to
the vote of the people an bmmen.!ment
to the constitution of the state to pro-
hltbt the manufacture and sale of in-
toxicating llqqors throughout the en-
tire state, believing that such action
will be for the temporal, mental and
moral uplift of the people of the com-
monwealth."
Mr. Carroll called for a rising vote
on the resolution and, as far as this
reporter could see, every man, woman
and child in the congregation came to
their feet, making it emphatically
unanimous.
Chriguie
"The Message or the Jilles" waN
splendidly rendered Sunday evening
at the Christilan church by the boys
and girls of the Sunday schooL All
present were delighted with the ex-
ercises and many were the compli-
ments showered on the scholars and
Mrs. W. H. Coleman and Mrs. Win-
ston, who trained the young people.
The following was the program:
Song by the children.
Prayer by the ministeW.
Sdng by the child-en.
Queen of the Lilles-Nellie Beck-
ham.
Princesses-Joy, Loureen Spencer;
Duty and Goodness, Ruby Cappleman
and tbeo Beckham.
Doet by Duty and Goodnes.
Princesses-Self FPorWgetfulnes and
Kindness, Lois Dame and Winona
Weatherbee.
Song.
Princess Sacrifice, Loulse Spencer.
Solo aad choru, "Take Tour Creed
and Follow Me" Floyd Coleman and
Princessma.
Sons and exercises, "Little ties,"
Virglnia Beckham, EUuaeth Weath-
erbee, Theo. Beekham. Ruby Capple-
man, Loureen and Lousle Spencer.
Song. "Sons of Soll," Lawrence and
Jullan Friermouth, Floyd and Carl
Coleman, James. Bob and Hugh
Chace.
4ddres by Lawrence Flermouth.
Address by Myrtle Whitield.
Talk by minister.
Offering.
Hymn.
Benediction.

While there wine no special dster
services at the Preebyterian church,
Dr. ,odce prieaoed two excellent sr-
mona. beautiful flowers were in evi-
dence and the music by the bhoir was
Just a little better than the best they
have been singing for somwtatme.
Catholic


Suttday was appropriately observed
at the Catholic church. There weri
beautiful flowers, music and a specially
strong sermon on the reaprreetlon Vy
Father Bottolacclo, the gifted x-
pounders of God's word.
Temperance had a great day's Inling
in Ocala Sunday. From almost every
pulpit went up appeals fram the pa-
tors to their congregations to write a
letter or postal card to every member
of the legislature to vote for the pm-
posed amendment to the state consti-
tution to permit the voters of the
state to say If they desired state-wide
prohibition.

MUSICAL SERVICE AT
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Organ prelude. "The Strife tIs O'er"
-Mendelssohn.
lrceslonal, "Welcome apB y
Morning"-Hymn 1..
Anthem, "Christ Our Passover"-
Chappie.
"Gloria Patr--Mendelsseln.
"Te Deumf"-Von Boddrk.
Benedictus-Heathcote.
Introlt-Hyma i22.
Gloria Tibi.
Hymn n uo, "Come YTe FailthuL"
Offertory, "Cahr'arr-s ia by Mr.
Drae
WlL H 1n 5 T11S, "T Day


JUNIOR LEAGUE
The Juniors held a very lateretif


9PAMUAWS WICID. RECWAVED 4"SEWARD 1
CryOWl NWW tterehalo TeTok the Arcadiaes Weem-be Rapist TakenLLT iUK
lhert e-t4 Out of Trouble From t Ofi ers and Sng
Satwday evening a report was rife t a Trie ,. -
0a our e ets that Mr. E. W. Spark- Areadi, PApril I. -An attempt
aw a we Shat at Crystal River and at; rape, hapi unscesul. "was
Min habd sullied at the latter mtie by anegoeontheprersonof MiU e ni
place, 1000iytef 'was to the ef- Uvans, a youg w g a 1ki 9t & promw-
fe a mtd lwWa s true. nent amW, tMre yuUrday. That
WN'l -- SWel kIwn the brute d Aomt sucreed in his de- .
al" s" W Oafbrd e ectson. Where signs was argdy owing to the stren-
IIdie & What we create which the young lady B
e lm be int with revfwe In bus-- iffue. .
lo tI w ed. bhmA11 tahe 10 soA m ss mAM news was conv'"yed
ha f u.. tr i bb wife. fset- to the citil em a posse was formeoL If
Uang a dive W of w troubled the negro is caught and idmtfiled, It "
hI that he took his own llfe. Is probable that be win be lynched.
Mr. Spautmma w= Uyears of agk
Wnd eJmIed a good reputationm aa Arcadia. Fla. April 1L-John Smith,
-the negro, who OMagged Miss Mary
Steel wing from her buggy, two
CONTE OLLER CROOMS CIRCULAR miles from Arcadia Saturday in an
-- attempt at criminalssault, was tak-
Oiv fermatien -is to the Stim us of en away from the sheriff and his dep-
the Pension Fund utles yesterday and hanged to a tree.
The negro, seeing that he was doom-
Tallahassee. April 12.-The comp- ed to death, pleaded for mercy, but .: .
trofer's office isl fairly deluged with there was none for him in the hearts -
requests for InformatlIon with regard of the men wbo carried him to the .
to the delayed pensio payment. edge of the city. where they strung ,1 ,. ... ..
Mr. Cro b has iued a circular let- him up. His body wag still hanging We u r I b it
ter relative thereto which w l be of is morn M s Ewing positively .
special fet to pcaeioma&e In every identified the clothing an the negro a ft *f S
seed.. of the state. th this announce- and pointed out the shirt she bad torn
pentbe say: "I am unable to give in her efforts to esca in o l, .
you dedlfte information * There |
should be uufficienL money collected 4%
by the middle of to meet payment The O 'my Wf R
by.theami S we hae be WLg -a l dW IWI
over due. The govefuor in his nes- jatarally makes them shrink fro theB
iage hsaloBed attention to the present Indelkato questions, the obnoxious ex- wl m t h Weinf kie -.i *iwlo
lick of fuds and It is hoped that the minatons, and unpleasant local treat-
legislature will make some immediate ments, which some physicians consider aa k M dw y ibP. We we --
provision for this payment. essential in the treatment of diseases of ,---
"I regret very much the inconven- women. Yet, 'If help can be had, it is We ave hole h d u e ii>> r
lence this delay has caused the pen- better to submit to-this ordeal than let inr e.k. 2aa4. B a ...
slonmers but am powerless to do any- the disease grow and spread, The oble sohC f W .... .
thing until funds are provided to con- Is that so often the woman undergoes all tm d BMsaLn C i lS a 3 h C N 6 .0%
tinue the payment of pensions." the anoaceand shame for nothing. '
The customary reception by the gov- Tho uva women who have been Ruom, sa w Capfet, nf om, aMI
ernor of Florida to the state's legis- cured Dr. terces Favorite Pre p. .
lators state officials, attaches and the tloU wrint reclatIon of the cure C eMn it dw bk w 7 W 1 -we W 4i
public generally will be gtven at the which d J the examinations U
executive mansion on the evening of and local treatment^TkLI B 'T '.
Thurso April 22nd. Formal invlta- wd,'ir .. > 5. l "ytf
tlons will probably be issued during wO ulila "lavoita Preseriplonm It O '* t
the week. cures debilitataug drains, irregularfty and
female, weakness. It always helps. It -.4 4H
almost always cures. It Is strictly non-
WANTED-An able-bodied, indus- alcoholic, non mcret all Its Ingredlents I
trious hen to scratch and make a llv- being printed on Its bottle-wrapper; cone. s
Ing for nine motherless biddies. Any taluns no deleterious or habit-forming -*
one interested will know to whom they drugs, and every native me nalT- oot-"
entering into its composition has the full
should apply in replying to this ad- endorsement of those most eminent in the
vertisement. X. T. Z. several schools of medical practice. Some
of these numerous and strongest of pro
fessiopal endorsements of its Ingredient&s
Mr. Gus Lddon has 100 acres of fi will be found In a pamphlet wrapped
melons on the old Caldwell place so round the bottle, also In a booklet miled
far advanced In growth that he has fon rquestby Dr. In V. Pblet ofmi
laid them by. The vines are four feet Ire on rolet by Dr. B.V. Pire of
laid te by. The vine are foBuffalo, N. Y. These professional en-
lo. dorsements should have far mee weight
than any amount of the ordinary lay, 49
N. H. DeLane Af Eastlake, was in non-profesonal testimo l s.
town Saturday shopping. His new 10- The most Intelligent women now-a-dayp
room home Is completed and he will #usWt oR knowing what they take aU se !
occupy it be his return ftrom Massa- Icine Instead of opening their mouths like
chuasetta next fall, where he and his & lot of young birds amind gulpiagedown f ;
wife will go on the 23rd of this month. whatever is offered them Fa voriteP ? et
serlption 11Is of KxowNxcouPOarmo It L- MS -- *^^ ^
Dr. Wilmisa of Quincy and John T. ilkes weak women strong and sick VM ., *'
Lewis, of Mom Bluff, state inspectors women weL lT.U P
of convicts, gave our Jail a thorough Dr. Pierce'sM Neical Adviser A Ismtf [' I jea t m
ispection Saturday morning and ste rCept S1t4na4pst p< ewo ma
con- igl fa 21done-cent stamps n.
breakfat with'the inmates. They said B u ffi.m, 4ouent4 im4.2? -. 1 d 5 H l- 1jn-r ." 1e51j 3.-..
everything was found in splendid con- i _-'ov& or 31 stamps for = =oP6un. .
dition and were loud in their praise Itsick consult the Doctor, free of charge
of the manner Sheriff Galloway Is by letter. All such cIsnplcat*im are
conducting the county's penal institu- held slacredly confidential. LL PAINTN .
the i am SKILLED PAINTING41TSHP0
ob. A. reen, ininI am prepared to take any job of
Co.-L rentl Cno.nt
comn who p tvera LENOX HAS HEAVY LOSS painting no matte how lae or how
eomms o who spent several rhow fle the U o dt 7e
days last week Inspecting cantaloupethmaeilbrss
and bea crops In which he is Inter- Big Fire in Massachu .s Town Cots ay be. I have th m brushes
ested, in and around Anthony, return- Six Lives and knowledge to paint arld 60 it
exted. lm and around Anthony, return- right. Houses painted Indel iaJ ouWL
ed to his home at Clearwater Satur- Lenox, Mass., Apil 12.-Six persons Graining, gilding, hard ll f iahing.
day. lost their lve, three others were badly varfls-ng and lettering and 01 '
burned and property loss of between plintmsg Taste and skit g ctaarteed. - -*" P'....
Mr. and Mtr. W:.W. C t Mr. and $200,000 and $300,000 wm caused by a Write a cart, ce ca imp plmosrhsl1
Mrs. C. N. Kirkland, Mr. and Mrs. H. fire In the hearu of the business sec company, or leave word tthe 3 -- lit. i. "
M. Hampton, Mrs. A. L liar and Mr tion of this town yesterday. Four oi ] l tilw, .Oali Fti, tf e-- (;* H ,-.
T. G. Ball, copose a pleasant party busIness blocks, two dwelling, and -
who left this morning for Lake Bry- two other structures were destroyed *UTg FOR Srd
and cmpingout. ain, ousto~niandCmrh strets We can now suPply- ag~ liie quinn-^ B
The fire is believed to have started in tty of ou Jersey bMtr. The Hun- 1( I
Rev. H. Coleman's talk on mis- the Clifford building from spontiueous watha lk Ds.1r7. ---' S
slons and homes for the aged minis- eounbuston.. ^ ^^ ^^ ^n li---1 |Hl v..^ .^f^
church were full of interest and sbw- BAD SEASON FOB COLDS some kidney or iadder a e ""
ed how the human race was marching Colds and grip were quite pry- sps the vitltyL*, which 1 u ."nxd"aa
11ve ti want of ged humanity and Cough Remedy was in great demand Rey mct5 urina tHoIi ; : "
thos who from childhood were left and performed some remarkable cures. stimulates the kidntSeys, and*s--1nM" &' "" ret
to Its noble charitIes Mrs. Mary J. "Robinson, of Cameron, strength ad v igor. It cures ui c ? ^.8|
W. IVs. says: "Last winter I was troubles by struuugtheni~u the Ul~f ^'.k yS^^Mai^^ '*^~sH
Mr. Ar'thur Hsrdaker, so well known /taken wlit one of the awfuiest coild so they *111 srin d th uis acidt] f ."
.jnOcla as the former manager of the Iever had in my life. I eould not that setfles Iii the musoles and joints "
West matll at evon and the Clark- speak above a whisper and was very causing rheumatism. Sold by al 5 .B
Itay-Johnson mili at Martel. but for hoarse. I was afraid it was going to draggsts / **-^^ -" *-'^ ^ ^ J S
the net ear in the lumber business be pneumonia. I took one bottle of .,...


at Tampa. wa mingling among his Chaimberlain's Coug Remedy ,nd 1 Mre .than a y a and at fre- _. &-ye -; .- :
friends saturday afternoon who, of three days was lots better and could quent Interlat since, the ha2 bp
.coue. wenlad to see him. talk. I did not take but the one bot- expressed Itself et asE et
-tie and It cured me. I now tell every, a Sea Island cotton ezpelwtti at Lse o -
JD. YL oung of Washington, D. C., body about ChambertaiV's Cough City. So tfr an thi s aper 1 1 ./ ,
is in the i.ty to look over Marion Remedy and the good it did me." cerned. It sU beUoeveS wa oe"ht ..to .2
comty with a view of Investing in -have it; and a guod race track ale "-'./g, r*
some of our valuable land. MURPHREE SUCCEEOS 8LEDD with it could not be objeI ua r.-
take City Index. -".--- 7 -,
S. MeAllter of Reddilck was in As President of the University of _
town thi morning and reported excel- Florida DeWltt's Little earty Risers, the '
lent prospects for crops In his se- Tallahassee, Fla.. April 11.A. A. best known 0is iad the et pil ls 9
don. Mr. McAllister left this after- Murphree. yesterday was elected pres- made, are easy to take and act mt .- A
noon for Jacksonville to witness the dent of the University of Florida, vice and are certain. Sold a"nd rcome-, arfcP-
er a onefPark.Andrew Sledd. resigned. mended by all druto iz I
Murphree Is an Uniyersity of Nash-
J. R Ta.rner. a GalnAvllle well vlle graduate. Hfe was for eight The 'alatka' board of t nV Is a m
borer. came down this afternoon In years president of the Florida State, eating a county fair t &for Puam ad ..
his h'gh wheeled auto and will have College and for four years president propooes leading a 4o0nmte i D"da -
hIs machine repaired at th5 Ocala of the Florida Female College. county -to see how they work the
Gas gineWoitrks while he bores a racket there. They ne" t -ati s -
well for Mr. W. L. dwarda. A KNOCKER far, but came to Mani and am .L-
is a man who can't -e good In any Bobinsaoe and pave Wilams 33Can US
person o'i thing. It's a habit caused them about how to make a eoun'w
by a disordered liver. If you fnd fair a success.
that you are beginning to see things"- '
through blue spectacles, treat your Children especially like K ad's I
i Sliver to a good cleaning out process Laxative Cough rup, as It :--..
with Ballard's Herbine. A ure cure nearMy as good maple spr. ft nt Il
for contipation, dyspepsla, diges- only heals irrtaUoi a-.d allays In- W
tion. sick headache, biltousnes, all -nw'ot, thereby stop the E E
liver, xomach and bowel troubles. cough, but It alo Mo nscw Ve vsels
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly IDrugstore. gently and in that way dr1v1 1 the Ta" isl w
cold nro the A79teem. It contained
SThe department was called out opiates. Sold by .all drkbe. Sk
to the M4 ward yesterday afternoon Owa n n
where a house owned by Mr. Ardis FOR WETm-The center m-- ote
Waterman and occupied by Morris three new Craom cottages - po0th
McLieod, was on fire between the rootf Seeod street, e.o-(lon April 4h -
Sand ceiling. The fire was put out with Apply to Joseph BB. 1 -4 4 .. i '
difficulty, both the chemical engine --- N






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'PHONE NO. 199.A I; Ij EA Aw .. ...
.- I N "- .... -V:-t^ ^- ) ly eve n shd 1s O ls ,,- a,
MARION REALTY r party to e
tM~ tJotwopartles WI wo nhge-nd
Others wce mreso bt all Wr- d-Aigt-
Elks net tamorrw evenbu. ful and each child had a emrry time
If you want to rent a Houm e, -J- t. -laid by the aster u
If you want to buy a IouWe. .*ih ^l her cib^ MODEaua
notimasto e aIlls"ni children Inl her rigi0rh Do you want to SI a -Lot pretty ef-were found ato a J a 1 B
f you w to ta Th -- t& played during the aU MsMac-
Or would you pot to b a uy.a L Kay served a c s trawery
Or wu~l d yu JU tW b j Lt, a /E at has Joined his punch to her IItle friends. M
gW o wa t soe at Grifn, Ga. Mrs. George W. Martin, who has
It is an undisputed fact, that-Ral Etat bri gs more charge of the primary department of
to the amount invested than any other invstamt will bbg. Den asIn town yes- the Methodist church, g av she tI .
If this is true, and you know it, why don't you intw in Kind the church. MU JeasKu Martin
Real Estate. Homes, Farms and R& kijgls propty or j o s on ea t e at he rm ots. h elnSr on atflub!
sale at very low prices. v youngsers. Many es *were Uas
Mr. J. Or. Lmtestes fine buggy md in the nooks and crevices af the fe
MAKETHESTART TODAY il """ e y" " k. an eggs iled with candesa *s
MAKE THE START TODAY I found. Mrs. Martin i very p a
FOR R -T-4 -z ro m o near among the pupils of her class and her
Marion Realty l. Apythe.C.a
token of her love for ewee member."
Dr.GCe.rant has Putchased a very The lIttle girls and boys Ivtin mear
hansossb "hoe.the hospital planned a wer Jolly egg
A. FRANKI Mnger hunt among ^^e...w tml vi ees for s
A.8 rANK, M igg. a n*e0r6 flecadlestresh every afternoon. Each child gave two or
------^----^thewek at the paors" Dro tree eq to Mae rPat. FPaned
Lkddon and Nan Brooks, who hid g e
I Dr the afli*e a"M com- In the grass on thet lot ." 3 ; :k^ ,:" "
WHAT A BANK DOES t syW"te g.rs s h 00a theku
IMiss Ettie Carn. one of the Sunday ==opt ar il
There are many ways in which it o 'e ES o ...6 2 1r the most fhool t e hera l o t Me twhii
r-ved a" co'nmt made at Ment ehi
0110b h on-" r f hunt Saturday morning at the b1..
public. but the one dw most valuable, pir- IverAT? n mass rse-1 0u r t ret I? T M HTF It1 N A
haps, is to help with loans. We wilmeet the The .r at Grace piscopal rOlive. Batchelder, on H ,.-
church yesterday was over $0 with t'on street.,whereshe tospendf te
needs of conservative borrowers. esnwae vlstilhe most dntlrt an R
remttaces Still cominU I One of the most delightful and RY
Thh Munrie Chambhipach ank k1 thoroughly enjoyable aaffirs given Sat-
e le Mu n eM &C am lis B porch rock- urday was the all-day picnic to the
T u a en d orch sett. Ay kind want- .woods given by Mrs. John Taylor for
(NOORMORATED) d.4. MWver & MacKay. 4-1t-tt her Sunday school class composed of
iu A the following girls: Elieabeth Davis.
Mr. Back Howse went down to Alice Sexton, Annie Pope Eagloton, T l533W
T. T. lrime, Pres. Z. C. Chambliss T. Pns. L L gt CU Klsmmee this afternoon to look aft- Mabel Meffert, Marion Halle, Reie A,
S er his cattle ranch. Todd. Stella Cleveland, Louis Sanders, ....
May and Maude McIntosh and Musle
"WANTED-Board In private family Bullock.
O A LA N W SC OP AN by geatleman, wife and foUr-year-old This happy crowd of pretty *irl .3
O CA LA NS CPA N Y Addre X. Z Star office. with their lovely hotels, who had also
invited Miss Sarah McCreary, Mr 0. .T-
Mir K. R, Thagard went down to S. Scott, Mrs. C. C. Todd and Dr. W.
ANNOUNCEMENT Fort Myers. Saturday afternooon im- H. Dodge to go, left town about 10
T portant turpentine business affairs. ,'clock in the bus and drove out to the
We thke great pleasure in announcing to our patrons and the geieral GerW. Linen Lawn, one pound and ni the Bummeouth o ref d s te A U
publ that we will have with us for the folwn dys oly: two pecks enve.lopes to match for 60c. beautiful day frolicking In t. woods.
April the 13th t bei I l dBn e at the Pstotefice Drugstore. After a number of games had e ..< -
played a bounteous dinner was .sea.. ,
An expert optician, representing the celebrated firu of A. K. HAWKE CO Mia Bettie Wray Melver returned under the swaying pines and a pie ic
Atlanta, (ia, the largest and most favorably known optical establshmeut this afternoon from Lake Weir, where dinner was never more enjoyed th, '
in the .South. ale has been visiting since Thursda/. the one Mrs. Taylor had prepared. .
S'wll TeslT Ed y l ad1 QWMM Sa"ndwiches*. olive, pickles., egg sala
e *wi Tst E gM ad l T to in our prescription department, we and all such goodies followed by
The doctor is a graduate of one of the leading Ophthalmic Colleges In offer you both promptnes and effic- strawberry lee cream and deli'eous
the United States. is thoroughly conversant with all modern methods i re- leecy. The Court Pharmacy. cake made the dinner.
fractive science, including Retinoscopy, Ophthalmology. et4Z %ad abf had During the afternoon pretty "aster
long experience in his specialty. Mr. William Wilson, the popular eggs, many of which were hand-paint.
REMEM BER young Seaboard ticket agent of Tam- ed. were id whie the girls were -
pa. was In town yesterday and today. busy havg a good time among them- .. . ,.
That we have arranged this engagement and secured the arvilees 4f a man selves and the fun of o niang them was .
of ability and reputation, and that we, personally, guarmante his Worl. Have you seen the new visible Pay- the Jolliest part of the pice."
All examinations are free, and only regular prices will, be charged for fohleg tpewrtk? R. C. Davis & Co Mrs. Taylors partleand plcics are ."
glasses. general agents. always thoroughly delightful end the veky" t m
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY one Satarday for her clam iH1 be Ev
^YOU CAN SAVE MONY EY^. Mr. J. W. Crosby went to Loughman pleasantly remembered by-each of the / 4:t ...
and obtain the highest class of professional service In this lne by ta this afternoon to vis it his turpentine r e er bee r
advantage of this opportunity. loeaton. Anotheg pretty Easter party ovra ... .In
po and Marion and Francis Lnmaus enter- If i ts
BDear Is idM Ie dates Ap 1 I v Gerig's Line. Lawn, one por Saturday was the e a hichlit If aide r o
two acks envelopes to match for 50t. talned a large number of tbeir M ends .
at the Postof4ee Drugstore. at the home of their par Mr. andrepre ented s
T C. Davis a Co.,oe.cores were he represented by us, itt1 i
THE FURNITURE HOUSE .iymake ,ofrondh fuo them nd un not the customers h
James-"-o siopuro was r deed a treat to the'IIt- - I.
sOF lnmk & aeo Newberry after a short but enjoyable happy party. wT te gt -A tI I
visit ,with h friend. Mr. Gibert Ice cream 'and cake was served M oL b y,
T~Younglove. Mrs. Lummus asalsted by ra. J. J. .- -
CARRIES A LARGE. 'u a four-room cottage, yle. hser Masiter. -K" I t i < r0O

MODERN AND COMPLETE SITO K ,opl V d ....
Mr. Ralph Blrdsey arrived in Ocala J||* ,- 'i-
Saturday from Macon, d., to visit his : " " |;
-B A f t wife and sona at the home of. Mrs. H. .-. ..
FURNITURE
A1N We have a most exulte line of IMPORTED (WIM CHElES .. .. -. .
HI..- .nAND teteoy~fcy imported casla ny dtf- A ,. - ".-. !.

HOUSE FURNISHINGS ALL KI!K8 "' ^j*""B. w," ***mr
i The Air Dome ha splendid pictures and 2/ Pod *ed Cana I f l
end beautiful music Saturday night, -


a1d the entertainment was much en- Weekly- THE SNhipneEtsofN
.. ..e. --t .,4 f "r -, ... ",. ARMOUR# STAR HAM V .. -
-Furnshe Tbe ie..Caris 1 *LAWI" I ne candies, fresh stock Sebles-
Best Ia Fr lWre; Keepi g up wl a r n pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit BREAKF ST BACON
What he Ppe Walt :' stand.
W -Me .p WUL Conestpontly NothingB Frwk :" ...,.. .. "1
As carries a Crmple-le ine d li4ers ud f Mr- Elmer Decamp wo has been C on Hur e .. Bt Fr
AIS9 C S ^K L ; I .*i111 [ I I NK i' town or a few days sle return- .. --. _.. ._-:.:.-.a town or afew. .ay" -.-... return
arwwares Ctoearriages, we.h ums, SG. o S n o r. C e .t t ienCovee an BA-
Look wae r or Sltock sal ge< pus. heodyre web 4' Kl ltsi C



Ocala Fo niKdair^' s .'."em., *-. ^ ^ ae"msa "* ,'* "'-
fortnigh to gh prn. These gentle-..I
men of the bell cord have exchanged l .r G .O. h a .- n tW
S orcurch during the hildsed of four cases--.
mke yurprisgu aesnthis nJMsoeagainst r! Tom Wish- I__



'- -" --stodr a d -M ad .. r .."'

aWhat Kodol Wll Dlo na p iatl o.that he am .---s
for yOO, when you neod i. Bu driane_ U- Mr. C. R. Carter, the conductor on tor on the ailliamsthe aspqet Sv tosat le M tar -
fthe r e the Citra and High pringdk s ranesed $10 and sucay tnOeaalce ap taelttr a Geh cet





.. ... ---- who recen-.wy lost his wife. left today p aant vt ths a d eI- t .l... 1 m log
Ca "",ftor St. ptrbgd where he will take pimented the business lmager on the W. D. Grams m. ela a. -hm -
O...wilt.a Mr... --- C.iCatl presr ran to Jacksonve. ll go ts e t edte e to sot out a w k i th e ~a
A_, of _ous, madsto_ _t _s- _ ___w_ _ t Sattrda"t op tigh Springs. Th le-t e aa J h lw-
men of the bell cord have exchangedr.Undae afteroorbbaartthMrs.st bottwa
oschurch during the iolotall's arvie -mambo&-ofIn
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Afbft Pie ^S tWeldeL.
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Silver sema.
Silver Trawag Oepsw
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aot mha.rr? he Inquiread. 3f any case of Kidney a +..ne.s ore L- my e 4s
^- r. _ __ p" al4-t, vice p-am meBf, m'l *^*sy
o-N T,;l Time.. Bladder 4ise rS that ha- D and. taurer, Rnmt a e -
bey.otrA the reach of medi&t-a aril ha a fr
Mod O-iip. B at the list annual .jetiW eOO
A ,teai, arg beem- SIde. Take it at bce. DN por atn, sad w- eMs~.-
k net Sppar bethe notetfSkh.vingBright' Di- Jei.uirt e. o.
SWr havng a asgW "M hi heart, wasmu
to I~ s biSt bSre i. Sa or Diabetes. Ts her t~ those, '.
em tae asf h aothi gaihe b dely. president; w. A. Xb.a, ..
P IW toMShp t; ad M. Lasmana dho-
rnei tht hehad a dIcst question c. and S t .00 IotthiV r neoMw .
to ask w i h he could a t msolve him- VI
,gg*o"esvreWs e ws%.Mjs Tb hihest AmountoisaMe-
-t quttm Is O" hbe said. -e FOR SALE BY ALL DEALRS nes of ability to wbteh the ee ,a.
hek "f the cart belonged to John can s
e- .a-d tha *body of the cart l the company altho A -
So to thde ar, and the bag of any one tiUes, ad stamI*e
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e2 a e sLabernr M es emin anatiA
Caoft Ict0s ab ca .i.. by eak.

'e mmthe reant Who de- C.K T&stow, O laW r s
swss" hek e, "amd where would Women w uese te als & a" IS.
astr' g Ahmbmafmtors thh th h
"V get al Mnthe redi wanted March. 15f.
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arm Oe ak iafa na a better cove-*- dersd aett P. w. sol c
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.-To.Decide Whe.ther, so . 0ID
A n b Fi hee l doChims .o a Tne is 4 W - the U..So
Osod Little Sy.
adw do 0e 0Aat@1 m11 Doutr"
J ahai ao emtIfa t tadtreet the Nota April 11.-ho. t1.
S4 *eck y yesterday Special As- 4....
he theo J ose W -In' 1 It sitsant Attor e General -l- ank B, W .. . .
m tXaIdea I3*pI tar pe. Kelesg copacGheie s last adras in
mrnbe sa 1u o ber the 5107 et dislmve e a r 0as at~ ,I
W WU MaNW .m le X 20&. Wa Me&g, New Jeraer a an unlawft 000
S t semm. aas very *hbeat to his nation in restraint Wf trade SmtaB-_ J-4.
a @e a at te *age or ftht other chapter In one of the fest aNo
& -was t hea me nqgi..ous .caeinotw bt of e ecomU-
* ftS 1 sm this sons wW hy try's jursproeesce was comptate& L
16m *weThe features of the -cse yet to P ene
V W9 t *! f jIn4ut7p lbe lle c will be the decision of the four S 'tesr ;
apem aC A to MWAe t1kM of the United States circuit court of
yst., 1 te er cl10: appeals and the. ftnal decisi on the .
0* bI0g O11 the m0oqu101ee a98 Ike justices of the supreme court of the
yg ylWag.' lnd their wanted hma is United States. Neither side will rest
almost equl to t mder. H e tired the issue short of the decteton of the
Weare ractaln therbed, court last resSrt.
oofuatseim aldy mu~k 1 It is not expected that a decsio n will
2S S 01 t be rendered before early next autuMlo.. '" ". "
r t hem. altanntely rtret& EMINENT AUTHORITIES SAY BUSS,
^ands& laig.d The Insects disturb thtout-doorexercise needed br
the tmI-g se pem aad with as- the American people. Thtr al verty a
1, 014M U t eW 1lt S e0 W to 20e. well, but, how can people with l-ea-
'We se 0 k ihone hifM partws' matiam fonow that advice? Thbe an,
Mal9 w4ic cases hs heart to war i very saimple-u-se asr ts
g g-v. Hi. s1b, he thiks,*can be SnOw LaIInent and the -Arbeuthme
I~ b ut tm of his parents will go; leaving you as spry ast a o.l001t..
is bard to penetrate. Lying on the Gives quick and permanent telwe w
from rheumatIsm, ne ae'..- '
k G, he t1 w Mhis cltho and on, back and all pai4s. Sold by the Anti-
.e M Uo their att e MkbeMonopoly Drug Store.
at ft"ave MW dred tof you,haor
have yeo any reason to tear me! MR& SAMPSON ACQUITTED
-*Altboug I have a fan, I will not - .
se It, nor will I atrlr you with my Lyons, N. T.. April 11.-Mrs. Georgia
o. I wW Ie very quiet and A t yn Sampson, the young woman who
y -s sei to tfall'. has been on trial for her life here. "'
___Lll. m U M- Bsince Monday on the carx that she -"?. --rd
Tift J X0i 0 V I WU Me had shot and killed her husband, Har- ARTICLES i
get a chance to dep la peace. ry Sampon, was acquitted shortly at- AND PROPOSED o AOF
ter 10 o'clock last hight and was Im- FLORIDA r t CO AMYIf
COLOMBIAN ETIQUETTE. mediately given her freedon FLOR DA -OCK COP 0 o
D alS A and .'Utin Con- THE BED ROCK OF SUCCESSiThe rpond lto a aa -
aame a Let of Tim. lies in a keen, clear brain, backed by the general laws tIte tat 1p mi|
It was the third or fourth day out indomitable will and relsstlesg energy. Ida relating to ck a.tiU f"e proU
fOrS Such power comes from the splendid and t. asets of the legidlatwre aa
f*WrOm Batat MUMl Mb and "rn ,health that Dr. King's New Life Pills atory threto,. hreby Mae a pub-. --
sa the ~~mtag wb 1on e a the South impart. They vitalize every organ lish the following articles Cee t e r-
Ammgikan menagusa camn on deck. and build up brain and body. J.. A. portion and proposed charter. I
Aather South American arose from Harmon. ,Lizemoref. W. Va., writes: I
hi deck chairP, etead s his n and "They are the best pill I ever used." The name of the otgotfa ha lt .i
a t i alshook an@ inquired after 25c at all druggists. be FLORIDA ROCK COMPAY .
ht dohed l am tho Mweem'r. his feIts principal place of b ueu si
ht j. his e LYNCHING IN KENTUCKY be at Ocala. In Marion county. aI er"
sa 1 ty hadpare. d -- Ida, with branch oftces at -uch ether
)W_ ANs t 116 arWe comMYe r Hopkinsville. Ky.. April 11.--aen, places as the board of ai e es
ab edght bous before in the smok- alias "Booker" Brame, a negro. 18 may from time to time dedignata.
)Ur Iag reom, t this seemed like unnecemary years old, was lynched yesterday by H
eourltue. The observer noticed that 250 farmers for attempted assault on The general nature of the bnali, es
Vt happened ta te case of a the Miss Ruth Gee, 11 year old, daughter to be transacted by the cowpu"ttio- ia.
sma.ime es board. so hbe ased one of William Gee, a farmer, to buy, own, sell. acquire, lasse, ot-
nan haboutIt gage and otherwia-4edel w laada. *
a t It. FOR SALC-A aix-room residene timber, buildings stem, Ming., ,
It i a e~ M thecny," two st6ries, large lot near school jetty rock an, a such other liy 0-.- .
S"'O the occaeom ot meeting a per- house. Price $1.000 on payments al- as may be tindent to *e so ral
a Sr th teA fllMe each day It Is most like renting. Apply to M. A. character of Its em 'm. The ebis- *
t otia to shake healsnds and to makb care Star. 3-4- pany will enowa la enAral
Is abot-t the heal of th per- .. of minur f aeg an hlpmgtiB -A
Sto aeeAd a t od his relatires It Ing stone, payil j reck d k.



me bMa b ati were to cover iaan dWhshm. I n sno a a dew contrcation p ad antt The eal- ,.
.agtheetdmliehtbem rather easly .c i* sl parny wiae ows f t noll amen..".' "
aela,-e41el,,eih I ve everbus." itrahan ness a genIeral--I -

wirts mt shake hands with tieds LI V colmereaal radiways, aIt w hil .asse m 1e yB
S the a ha th trp toldok to b auire, mot e on
-s hear-New Tert Sun. fThe and sell euch property aa 111 Be .a ....:.
r eof public works road ad 1 i re eek
a Va*own mo aA w s La ZY .Ieneral contruceter bustne. M -
Wlea the i ce m TheyWere beat- ICrete work, tywrk-a" ea




ea br Mem day repae to thither from k IemIwa- w The amount io eapal t aSthe seM
htOe ar haMi st aad ratherht airfo sa *"" thoried lis e wu o teNty tws
tan at his blever, long slace etab- towe %JS". sand do MAAi La l.Eaecontracts rwM the. *:buf.4 .g -








38hef 41 11e114W DeMIM of th e wm two hm an d ud 46ar1 of th gp< -"T Ag" 1a
mA &*m Sr a US OS ne EICr* *- ss et es. e 1 aantrnaptal Blogw o ad. m r - *:li '' .b /" A
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Sto a hands With f endstmmerals t alley s a i.

t. over, I artan t ha t thook nearly coverage to the bo.m g epI .VIAW
m ply haot d e Sun. and sell such property as. iT be IO
fA alu-b a a partner witha nd of bshich wile etanet 09t6 r0ep
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