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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 13, 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: VID03140
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Vom-e 14, No. 27L.



DATES in bulk, lOr. pound
Cress Blackwirs Chew Chew
Crow & Blaekwllrs Piokles
MOe. a Pound.

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Office Second Floor The Munroe and
Chamblis Bank Building. Ocala.
Telephones: Officee, 222; Reasidence, 221
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Opens Into the lobby of the
Ocala House.
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
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The Inpuu TepuM the Most
UesId vveoteM ofe the NOM-
tonth C ury

"The telephone Is a fake!" Such
wmm the ebaraerlsatloa coamuaoly
given the then new Investl an the
late 70's. Te InfrmauOa at,
persons several mnes apart could
talk with each other as easally as it
they were but a few feet apart was
received with skepticism. The Idea
of trau moa's voice over a piece of common
fence wire was, to a great majority
of people, unworthy of eossdera-
tion. It was freely predicted that
'this vagary of an unbalanced
mind" would soon be vi h Gilroy's
The earth I populated wth slep-
tii tt would seem. It Is only three
or four years since we were doubt-
nlag the worth of wireless telegrphy
and predicting it would never de-
velop into an important conmmerelal
factor. The demonstration of Its
efficiency given a short time ago,
when it was instrumental in saving
the lives of upwards of 3.,000 pas-
eagera of two tra"iati'"tic liners
that accidentally collided in the fog,
has convinced the lat doubter that
during the next thirty years or so
its development and progress will
be as wonderful as the progreer. of
the telephone in the last thirty odd
To tell how the telephone has ad-
vanced from the days of the old
Gilliland boards, which were first
put In use, up to the present time
when Western Electric Boards rep-
resent the acme of the switchboard
making art, would make an Inter-
esting story. But particularly in-
teresting are the reminiscence ot a
pioneer telephone man, told as fol-
lows. They serve to exemplify the
stories that will be told half a cen-
tury hence by pioneers in wireless
"While In St. Louis in the fall of
1877, on my way to Europe, I
learned that, some new "fake" had
been brought west. An old tele-
graph line was running from a man-
ufacturing company's establishment
to the tL Louis fair grounds, over
which, it was claimed, people could
talk and understand each other. I
was not one of the persons privil-
eged to talk over the line, but took
con.iderable Interest in the so-called
"In Europe I met two Bostonians
who were on a patent mission In
Berlin, and on my re urn home to
Missouri I corresponded with them,
with the result that I was made dis-
tributing agent for the telephone, as
It was called, for the middle west.
"I received my first Instrument,
consisting of two receivers and two
Gilliland call bells in June 1878. In
order to give a demonstration, I
built a line from Springfield to
North Springfield, a distance of a
mile. The line was a common fence
wire, attached to house tops, barns
and trees, and fastened by bureau
"About midway between Spring-
field and North Springfield "there
was a scarcityof houses, barns or
large trees, and It was necessary to
span about 500 feet over a small
one-story frame house, which was
occupied by a widow and her
daughter. A 'two-by-tour was
nailed to the gable of the house -nd,
the wires suspended therefrom.
Whenever a cold evening set in the
wires would hum. Inola Is where
my Anrst trouble began-'anti-hunm-
meas were not invented In those
days. The widow went to her land-
lord and complained that the saloon
keeper, whose place was the termi-
nal for one end of the wire, and the
liveryman, at whose place the other
end of the wire terminated, annoyed
her and her daughter at night by
saying all kind of nasty things and
swearing over the wire. She stated
that she would have to vacate the
place unless these people were com-
pelled to use more decent language.
The landlord, a council member,
brought the matter up in the council
with the result that I was notified to
move the wire.
'In the faU of 1878 I associated
myself with a doctor and a drug-
gist at Springfield to build an ex-
change, as It was already known,
and gave it the name of the Spring-
field District Telephone Company.
No switchboard being available it
was necessary for the individual
subscriber to make his own connec-
"Soon after the installation of the
telephone the doctor mentioned
wanted to call his residence and

have the hostler bring his buggy to
the drug store. The drug clerk
could not ring the bell. I was call-
ed and with my assistant and tool
and wire equipment immediately
went over the wire. We found it
was broken between two barns, the
wire lying kinked in the barn lots.
We quickly made a splice but did
not. have evough wire to make the
ends meet, so while I held one end
of the wire in one hand and the
other end tn the other hand my as-
alsbt weat for more wire. While
Us walUting and holding the wire I
fet a tlingag sensation in my mus-
eks whbla I believed to be a slight
UdWoA from ligbe.I but I
bkSA aft f mr "fat 5 tho- I =Idu~

pay, a&44 a4ately two
nailfm W
Dartln tM eoure of buisles de-
peIomthe telepoe business, like
all other ines of business, fell off
rapidly, but during the last several
moatihs It has again picked up and
rural lnes partteularly are being
rapidly eztendW all over the coun-
In comaneetioa with the above
statement that a telephone mesage
was transmitted through the hu-
man body, It might be mentioned
that the U. S. cavalry men now com-
spuasate with each other by tele-
phone when several miles apart and
while galloping at funll speed. The
apparatus used Is the most comn-
pact ever devised. Two small
leather boxes similar to field glanes
cmtain all the necessary appliances,
one holding the buzzing apparatus.
batteries, etc.. the other holding the
telephone instrmeaLt. Breast wheels
are used, each of wdhi hold half-
mile les ot at wr. This unwinds
and play ot ans the horme gallops
aros the *eld. Two wires may be
used forming a complete metallic
circult, but one wire with the
ground return is quite satisfactory.
In the latter case the ground side of
the telephone Is fastened to a ieee
of sheet copper. This copper rests
against the body of the horse. A
ground connection is cons*titly es-
tablished through at least one of
the horne's hoofs, and so the circuit
is unbroken. Whatever message is
transmitted must traverse the bodies
and legs of two horses even when
cavalry men are men are five miles
apart. The horses after a few tests,
in which they express more surprise
than pain, are apparently unmoved
by the transmission of the messages.
Of Ointments for Catarrh tkat 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-
Ielans. as the damage they will do Is
ten-fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure. manufactured b16 F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains no mer-
cury, and is taken Internally, acting
directly on the blood and mucous sur-
faces of the system. In buying Hairs
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 7ce. .per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

Motion for a Now Trial to be Heard
April 21. ,
Nashville, April 13.-The Coopers.
father and son. whS were recently
convicted of the murder of Senator
E. W. Carmack, will have a hearing
for a new trial The date for the hear-
ing is set for April 21.
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatice trouble. $1 bottle two,
'months" treatment. 4Sold by druggists
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr.
I. W. Hall, 2921 Olive street, St.
Louis, MiseourL
His Ex-Wife Will Testify Against, the
Slayer of Annie
New York. April 13.-District Attor-
ney Fred G. DeWitt announces that
he has secured Mrs. Claudia Hains'
promise to testif~at the trial of Cap-
tain Peter C. Halfs for the murder of
William Annis. She will be used
to prove that Hains was sane at the
time and she will also take advantage
of the opportunity to deny the charge
that Annis betrayed her.
LOAN WANTED-Party wishes to
borrow $700 to $1,000 on good real es-
tate security. Address, in writlns
Loan. care Star office. 3-4

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In Conesotiee With the Hotel Offire

Skilled workmen and courteous at-
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Thal is Cheking Nialr amd ThMreat-
ening the Neamby Cities with a

Niagara Falls, April l.--gapll
recinmmend the use of 4ynaimte m
dislodge the moustaiu of lee whiqh
are piled In the lowar Niagara rWve
and which have airtnady resumed l.
damage to the extead of a ma lst doS-
lars and which threaten LAwiaO,
Queenstown and other citle with the
worst flood ever known.

An Object Lessen for 1the W AiW
(en Who Ge ArmDl TI 'slj

(Tampa Daily Times.)

Arcadia. Fla., April '412.-One of the-
r.ost brutal attempts at rape by a ns-.,
rro upon a white lady that ever oe-
carr"ed took place near here saturday
afternoon. and terminated i te
scoundrel being lynched. .
Miss Mary Steel Ewing had bee Itn
town shopping, and as was usual with
her, without any fear drove homewaru
to her place about four miles west of
When about two miles out a negro
Jumped Into her buggy, seized and
pulled her to the ground and to the
side of the road in the palmettoes.
Miss Ewing struggled fleroely and
pleaded and reasoned with the brut*,
telling him that she knew negro na-
ture-that if he would go home with
her in the buggy she would give him
$100 to let her alone. During all this
pleading the negro was choking hs
Nictlm Into submission, her clothes
were literally torn off her by thlt
time. A few more moments and the,
fiend would have aecomplished his
purpose, when Miss Ewdag mnaaai
to get her head from under the brute's
arm, saw In the distance Will Knowles
and his brother. She at oawe renew-
ed her struggles and screamedd again
and again for help. .The Knowles
boys heard her cries and came up at
a run, but the ngro got away before
they could stop him.
After seeing Miss Vwing safely home
the Knowles boys hastgued to town
and spread the news, and In fteen
minutes an enraged Mob of 3i peo-
ple were out on the chase In auto-
mobiles, buggiles, horseback and nfootj
old and ybung, vowing vegeance.
Marshall Powell and Deputy Sheriff
Howard, with one dog, got to the
scene of the struggle. The dog took
the track, but owing to the crowafg
lost it before half a mile had been
traced. Still it was sufficient to tell
the direction the brute went, and con-'
tinuing the course the crowd soon,.
came to Martin's turpentine still and"
found the negro. He denied strenu-'
ously that he was the man, but he
was made to put the clothes on he had
worn that morning, and when this was
accomplished, there was no doubt as
to the description. He gave hiso name
as Jolkhb Smith.
The crowd then marched him to
Miss Ewing's home, and without the
least hesitation Miss Ewing msaid:
"Mlen. I have not the least doubt, that
is the man."
She pulled his coat apart and show-
ed the shirt ,that she had torn In her
struggles with him, repeating, 'Yes,
yes, there Is no doubt."
The Negre LynloWed
By the time the crowd had reached
Arcadia Sheriff Freeman had arrived
from Punta Gorda, and with Deputy
Harward and Marshal Powell took
charge of the prisoner and jailed him.
The crowd became so threate"g-.
vowing to blow up the gaol that the
officer decided to hide him out In the
woods. Slipping quickly out the baea
way to*atds the woods, they were
Just placing the black brute in a bug-
gy when an automobile dashed up, six
guns were leveled at the officers. In
a few minutes other men hbamed
up and they threw their arms around
the officers. The negro was thea
spirited away.
The negro was In mortal terror ad
Legged that his life be spared.
Arriving at the edge of town near
the Mills house, the crold selected a
pine tree with a limb about Btb-
feet above the ground, the rope was
out around his neck and the UgrO
was jerked up, but the limb broke aa
*mother tree had to be eected nearby
and then the deed accomplished
Undigested food and gas In the
stomach, Alocated just below the heart,
presses against It and esaaa' heart
palpitation. When your 'heart tieS-
bles you In that way take Herbine or
a few days. You will soon be all right.
50c a bottle. Sold by the Anti-Mom
poly Drugstore.
R. E. Deason Shot o Deatn by His
Own Pistol.
Fivay. Fla., April 12.-R. L. Deason.
an assistant foreman at the Arlpehe
saw mills, here, met death Is a sin-
gular manner late Saturday sfternoon.
He had stooped to go under a slab
conveyer, when his pistol fell from its
case. The hammer struck something,
the gun fired and the bullet entered his
left breast, passing through the heart.
He died within a seort tme.-
A sad feature of the sudden taking

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L. L. MU Ma RIL R. Cw k- 9*. Barnetftt eshd tw are Out o tr ai-mt if Mr. Taylfee Bil l= -
Wagt armonu Sunday. In the mornlng pa"s"-pll Tax Bribery May be 9 .N '
-. fhriespke of the reuraotk of elist. J- .I
In the evening he took for his text
C. L TT1-NGR, E t--O- WJohn S:26-21. which rea d e Tallahaee, Fla.. April 12.-If bills
R. Rt. CARRI OLL. Swims.. M read. Te glut of his aIntrouced In the state legislature
the Lo. d hgievlngofhiowe yesterday are adopted, the death knell ".
raise the dead,_s __,.tua3ny.andphysic.--Of of "e elagin Flori Is-s- -d-...
ally and* t J tlm wi. 1 at- Representav*e Taylor of Hlisboro
MEETNQ OF MARION tendane was motra5t g ad the county Introduced a bill In the house --" .
COUNTY FAIR ASOCIATION audience was deeply tereted. In the lnst race track gambling which is
COUNTY afteFoIR te l o a er most stringent, and another on bet-
re ure in general. .and which In uder-
There will be held at the court- ltet"Ung Program ad theChorgtam b gd which i1 under-ling
house tonight. April Sth. a meeting of w eai lly decorated for this oc- stood to coverT race track gambling
the stockholders of the Marion County casi also. was introduced in the senate by
Fair Association to elect officers. It Is EpieeeI Senator Slioan of Lakeland. .-- --.. '-
hoped every stockholder will be pm- httdane at real opposition was started In . ,'- -
hopd eery*tokhoder UI e Fee- The attendance at the EpOScoWf the senate with the Introduction of a 2 \ *- ft&Ur^ l H
ent in person or by written proxy church "aymors very resotem for a co ductiuon o a n L a ge and m o t
The amount of stock Issued In Sarge. SId rs fo raon utlo l an.1end-
rarge.The church was beautifully meat by Senator Don C. McMullen of
,......^ An,., H.,tose ^"_^ ^ tl_,^gl
johare*s and two-thirds of the vw4 decorated and egoecaly the altarTampa. A similar resolution is now
298 shares. are needed to conduct the obancel and pulpit. The seat of the before the house. ",J y
election. It Is an Important matter to .*RhopO chair to the right of the al- gator MeMullen also Introduced a F s
the town of Ocala and the county of 'tar was banked with white lilies, Iin bill in the senate which prohibits thed.o.,a"-o
Marion and we trust the meeting will front of the altar was suspended a yInment of poll saxes by any one ex- -
be a large and representative one. crone of romep, while another etv" of cept the voters them elves except
roses adorned the angle of the organ, when the voter files a written permit
AN UNFOUNDED RUMOR and a large Cross of tr Eanter l Ms with the person paying the tax at the
stood in2 front ofthelowig Sapdale Iteise
Cf stoo n front of the lecture and a tm~e. Under Its provisions It will be C.. gob&
Col. Nie Bared of Crystal River, bank of fe"M Goanvin," and iesI iolbe orvoity afttpa u
o sw svlesImpombiegar politicians to pay, up 10i nsws .,tt-Wg -
was In town today and when ques- were piled at the base of the pa pitL poll tax to secure votes as It Is said "- :_
tIonfd about the suicide of Mr. S. W. while the arcbes of the windows were has been the custom in the past.A
Sparkman, the Crystal River and Her- bedecked wjth bdraces. the whole railroad bill introduced In the house ei
nando merchant, said It was unfound- presenting a very pleasing and happy fixes the maximum that can be charg-
ed. All ho knew 1i. that Mr. Spark- picture. ed within the state at two and three-
man had di aprpar,.a, but suicide was The music was a feature of the fourths cent a mile.
not feared. As remarked in the Star morning's exercises. The asurpliced Ater a eated debate which at A handsome cobbler seat, nicely carved Oak Dinin -
Mr. Sparkman had business and do- choir ang with expressionandeffet, tesre atherera i A hhdsomeecobbl rt i a O k
mes troue.. Now he Is not while thep olog r o- of the committ on privleges and Chair, that we usually sold for $1.25, 7f rf itw TlqfS*
In his usual haunts and places of bus- tear and Mr ,, A ert Dfau were eops- elections upon the resolutions by Sen- sam e sale prioe.-ii--------------
Iness. cally enjoyable and the fine playing ator Beard attacking the eligibility of price ....................
by Mms Byrd Wart mann, the accom- Senators I. N. Withers and Louis C. "' ,,
THE S. A. L. TO EXTEND pllshed organist, left nothing to be de- Massey to their seats was adopted. ,, ,... ../
sired. The report was unfavorable to the res- '.. -
Col. N'ic Barco. who was In town The songs and the sermon by Rec- ohlUops and so the senators kept theirei-
today, brought the pleasing news that tor George Hendree Harrison, which seats. Senator Beard charged. in the Handso e, substantial nd comfortable Por h
the 8. A. L. now owns the Tallahassee was, deeply Impressive, told th seol at e to r Bemard char theoRocker, of large size, regular p
and Southeastern railroad, running old story of Chr r esurretion, courseos d emarinvsti atethe maeRocker, of large size, regular price p ri t
ri e c Imittee didn't Investigate tLe matter as J Q emnesl prc
from Tallahassee to Perry and It 1i n afrly S W year ago, but which on it should and he wanted the entire .0aW"- -
the purpose of the road to extend It each recurring Master is reiterated matter set for a special order Friday. &- -4.,-
from Per-y via Otter Creek and Crys- with & be^ a ^ T ^ td^ on o r' ^ ^ ^
SRery Otter Creak and Crys- with a ty and emphasis that tl4 The senate voted him down, however.
tal River on down to Tampa. During how deeply its significance and power "& t
last week Col. Barco met Mr. White, i. sinking into the heart, of the peo- A S I lot o S
Industrial agent for the S. A. L. and pie of the earth and bearing fruit into ju,.Wn p"up a .. -,: '.'.
together they Inspected Gulf Ham- the conversion of the same. T"mpMIlo fn le t) .vio e *.
mock through which the new, road Mr. B., J. Mills-Price, of Jackson- Ib an any wrapper of Doctor P1i .5..IIl lL .7 .-':'
will run and he sald finer and richer Vile, was present and assisted the Golde Medical Disecovery because a full a .a.l S. .. .!
land could not be found anywhere, rector In reading the lesons, which he list of the Ingredients composing It Is iB. i
did with a clearness of enunciation printed there Ia plain English. Forty ,' '
The unexpected has happened. Wal- that enlisted the closest attention of yeara of experience has proven itssuperloi 1
lace Stovall of the Tampa Tribune, his. hearers. worth as a blood purifier and Invigorat- SM as w z
took a day off and went to Jackson- the afternoon mission servlcesa s tole fr the eure of stomachdlisorde y v .rsleb
Vllle to attend the races and get a wee held and exercises particularly and all liver Ills. It builds up the run- '- .,.
few pointers for Tampa's next m.eet. appropriate for the Sunday school down system asD o other tonic ca- In offer you valuable advice aS' se-y
The "unexpected" Is that Wallace children were observed and the child- which alcohol is used. The active medic- :
could tear himself away for one day ren of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Birdsey aWl principles of native roots such hom ." "'- <'-"
and leave the fortunes of the Tribune, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Judd were olde Seal and Queen's root, Stone andy -Ur. :.. ,
his cherished foundling, to their ten- christened. Mandrake root, Bloodroot and Black ,. .-
der mercies. But he did and had a This afternoon the teachers of the. Cherryberk are extracted and preserved "' -
jolly good time with his Jacksonville Episcopal Sunday school will give the by uthe me of chemically pure, triple- -., ,
friends, and report has It that the children an Eagter egg hunt on the frih~ed glycerine. Send to Dr. RV. Pierce T U ^.-. -'
Jacksonville pickers of the races are golf links, at Buffalo, N. Y. for free booklet whih ick U H E7 -
down on their uppers and luck has ut extacts from well-reognizmed- me S
been against them all season. while GOVE u11 amr! s as Dr, Baribolow.
the Tampa Napoleon of Journalistic JUD ENT CM Ingw GOOD t t oodW An a ,
enterprise took a flyer or two and -M 18 GS000 GoD she owing that these roots
s be, upon for their curative ...": }.
landed way to the good and now the He Will Hay te s Gw the w sa of the stme.
Jacksonville unfortunates are trying llt ea 111W01214W ll T heietAU o b
It is a well known fact that every- Cewit Chi" weid llos orhver |
thing the genial, hospital and royal Tallahassee. April l$.-In answer to andi wa stingdiseases"where the re" .-
etertalner Wallace Stovall touches a powerful appeal written to him by Is anl gradualruf 0" RAILROAD MAGNATES IN TAMPA .
turns to hard cash. May It contean estimable lady urging the commu- M 90am d system. u - w '
ever so, Is the wish of his host ofansedt t se A Bunch of Hoderriman's Ltouten 0 .- ,t ei
friends. tence of ment for lifeIn the Take a Look at the Gulf City ,
case of.\ a man recently convicted of
Conductor c. 1. Carter speaking murder, Governor Gilchrist has writ- hole t, What may prove a visit to Tampa I : .....,,
yesterdayabout the trucks busin ten the following: US all skina-fs, p f more than ordinary signiflcanceT,
around avinston remarked that thIs in will State'that after a grand J AMrn erpdtionas well scroflous swl. although It was in the guise of a
was the best season they had exper- of eighteen men has Indicted a MMU gs&an d olddopen running soreorulers pleasure trip, occurred late Saturday T S
len bsd in many years. That two weeks for murder; ter twelve men ave m r and bose In treating old evening when E. H. Harriman's ykcht .
enced In many years of cabbage around unanmol, weeks a Jury, decided him rani g wior ulcers, it well to In- Sultana, Captain Ferguson. hauled In-
ago the growers of cabbage around unanimously. a~ts a uy dcdd imre btle l hang to applyto them Dr. to this port, having on board a ds -^__- --- a & '-^-
Evinston had received $25,000 for the guilty, Sld after the Judge and state's eam theirhealingtoapplytothemDr. to this port, having on hoard a dis- RE UII:E .'
whonstn had retehved eO for hehe d^ P l mre eiunns thMEWS Ail-Healing Salve. If your drug- tinguished party of transportation mn A T B .'M *I 1-: -
prioduct shipped and had been b,,sy wh tlS te eas gast dhert -appen t6 have this Salve In men-lieutenant. of the master mind | M iI
s'nce shipping, getting not less than all the svhdae decide him to be tock, B flfy-four cents in postage of transportation In this country to- / *U 'E. ,.'.A,,
$1.50 per crate f. o. b. Their lettuce guilty, it. wouldtake very stronag 4tOD .lV. Inval Hotei day. They were 'Julius Kruttschmidt, 1
brought a goo4 price, and the bean etO pein!e Ue to undo the ai aml_ U'giCl lDtltU, BUISM, .Y.,and traffic director of the Union Pacific "': : i. '" -^S
crop is doing well and from the pres- tion o( thecouart. If I were to turn a..largebox of the 'All-Healing 'slve' and Southern Pacific railways, the* t. "" i
ent outlook their tomato crop, at fair louse such criminas> os the state after will achyonbyretot poe. f >'" :.. --' '.i.'tti^
prices, will round out the season's the grand jury, Judge, Jury and state's You can't afford to accept a set n- main arteries of the Harriman sy's- .. .,., .. * -,
yield wh tuilj $100.000, to say no-h- attorney had declared tm guilty, and tiasaebstitutsforthIsui n-alcoholico tern; Samuel Pelton, a director of the I
ilng of their frm crlos. He said the o r murder should be committed tmdcme Of NowM oMsuJ.BIud, ot Mexican Central railway; William .
truck growers all along the line, fro I would toeSidel myaslf mote or less though the urgent dealer may Hood, chief engineer of the Harriman ," '^ ,4 \ :
Cetrct orHigh Springs resp onsle ermt e mub e ur eallttle blgerjiroat. lines; C. W. Jungen, manager of e "' *" "
reposiblwen t e fr the su nt mur- I. .'s Pleasant-res reglate southern Pacific steamship lines, and .. .. ., "
best of splrit'-. dThe -o rinvr lr ate stolea li .lvea l/. several friends and relatives of the -" " :^.W 4'^
thegvrnrI esosb e mpr -aW. U- paaat amy too. t...
The chemical department o t people for the good order of the state. attention was shown the ds- .. ,-
1'nlversIty of Florida at Gainesville so far as he Is concerned. The turning vr teninwssong the dls- ~ .'-.
has started an experimental, orange l oose of murde, rer thereby encouJra- ETNA IS AGAIN ALIVE tngulsh visitors, who, among other -
grove of 480 trees which have been lag other murders, I think. Is wrong.-- tlngs, were asked as to the rumored ,; ^"
set out near Lake Harris, in Lake It Is not the governor who sentence sGreet Sioilian Volcano Terrifies the purchase of the Seaboard by Mr. Har-
ri man. They would neither affirm nor .
county', where it will be safe from convicted criminals-i-t Is the law. If Peepie Araund Its Base deny the rumor, however, and they
free.The experiments are to run you are OpO to capital ptunlmnmenlt .......
^S^S ^S^ wtyto ^^S^-s^"a~anabe6 very cutofier mut be ti
for ten years and by the thermographs you could possibly ge the memabest of Naples, April 13.--Mount Aetna is were also silent on the rumor anent --......, ...
Installed a record of the t the legislature from your county to in a state of eruption. Great clouds the Southern Pacific vessels in the ea -a ce
of aIr and soil will be kept. Various tr h to chane that law. of smoke, heavily charged with ashes New Orleans and Havana trade, belt- "AL
combinations of fertiliers will be "qThe governor of the state takes an and small rocks, is belchlng forth Ing the coast and touching at Tam-ie h rtradp.-ap ie, rml
il h nlv with r tn ,aan, and th institution," th ul pon the surrounding country." an-ea i c....iie .f ..i : ..





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food. Th roots, branches, leaves and Considerable apprehension is felt, CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY "
f Th roots, branches, leaves and. IM osod S "rI especially by those living near the
fruit of the.,trees willbeaalyed.aseoftemountain. Some have Mothers who value their own com-inicle tu r s
The trees plantedaandfertilizedwillmIwasMVsad lons t-bo syt, fied, and others are preparing rufort and the welfare of their children,
be carefully studied with regard to bWfulla drove uIO WOU0mg swmime ,leave, fearing further activity. should never be without a box of .......
withegreatyin terestt Itowsde o rpresen e -by S, It is o:. -
the physiological effects of the various 000baru Scientists are observing the phe- Mother Gray's Sweet Powders forhu t e ", ;.:"
fertilizers. This Is a new undertaking w ebmn h th INN"l id nomen wie threat interest. It in gen-chldeshnet,-forusethrooaughoutthnefea-
as no such complete fertilizer experi- he-emrily believed that the eruption Is In son. They break up colds cure fev- i -.
ments with oranges have ever beer hThea a olld the 20" sympathy with the earthquake, which erishness. constipation, teething n o t e cw e
reported. The iFlorida ime Company e f- P was felt at Mesia a few days ago. ordr, headache and stomach trou-mk
departmet ywithfinelytcrushed a lIme- a as uless ids ? fgo be Thee tt a k ,TK tl.Sl
of our city will supply the chemical (, ,---am&mhattedat l This disturbance was accompanied by ba dg e c D a p
sepatoentf aiousiex serdimens=a so pmeandSok Felt in Perumblnus" Ths powder. neeri facceil.tSoldi;"ake It right, if ,
stones v stusubterraneanrany substitute. A trial package will
With bobsoM uk OHW Lima Peu, Aril13.Sevee erthbe sent. tree to any mother who will
The grand jury which was dis- 4dade AklmSi.mL, Peo,,Apri, t, to do It. ,:
charged by Judge W. SI Bullock In M j J quake shocks, accompanied by subter- .
charged ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Ad yJueW.tBuokn iat Ilinveredo'er the lovely Sk ranean rumblings. were felt here and r.I ite.ofLdLke..'",-" '.- ':.,"-.
Citrus county was reconvenedT M en- MaPP1M M I .I nthe neighboring towns yesterday Mrs N.1 Withers. of Lady lake,- .., ;..
day to consider a case of Infanticide, .l J8l0somIn, The shocks were so severe that In wife,'.ator Withers will arrive"' r
of TvnS ^ whleh* ^ ae^' M ez ea wo a Is accused^ II d ;^^' *'
of which a Mexican woman is accused some places the cornces were shaken next Tuesday and remain with her
at Inverness.somtecest cocsweresusband during the session of the leg- .
f e hdeislature, at Miss Whatley's,--Talla-
Buckshot will rest 16 days. It all Joe au-all and Claude Hayeraft. hassee Morning News. "" "
came about by a man on the train ac- garg we o Dunnellon yes- oo LIVERWORTMrs. Withers Is a sister of Mr.
cuaing Buckshot of belonging to the terday to. howe the epl of- the OkR" LIVERWORT, Frnk A. Teague and has many
Bukhtwilrs 1 as t erall to se haoal and C eolau e acrf'thea~eMrnn es
Ananias Club. The knight of the hell Phosphate City observed Easter. TAR AND CANCHALOIUA friend .In $cala.
cord expostulated with his accuser, I .
until he had to emphasize the Iexpe- fJr the complete cure of coughs, Tampa Evening Times on sale at THE
tulation with an upper cut, and be- colds, asthma and bronchitis and all the Ocala News Co. .. ..
Ing reported the railroad company lung complaints tending to consump- T--E-- ----
called a rest. Now Buckshot says the tion Liverwert Tar and Wild Cherry
next man who calls him a rank pre- have for ages maintained an estab-
varicator must either take to the tall lshed reputation as a standard cough in
timber or fight. He begins his re- remedy. It contains no oph-'n or W ef I.
tirement tomorrow, harmful drug. Can be given with
safety to children. Price $1. Sold by
"jncle" Peter Duritoe has our drugglsts. Williams' Manufacturing
thanks for a bottle of what he denom- Co. Prop, Cleveland, 0. Sold by tfie CANTALOUPE AK
Inmates the "candidates' delight." It i Anti-Mobopoly Drugstore. W he aod ra f--
a combination of orange and lemon W he u qld ed o cat-
Juice, boiled and sweetened with white SIMPSON LOST HIS HEAD lope baets oareoe .
sugar and several teaspoonsful pour- c, r -- an nke the very closest PoenM .. .,.
agreabl an.d' rersing drnk vS f ~ Z ^c ^ --^* C A. N~ ) I E S price them. Mclvers -& Mac^.ay.B
ed Into a glass of water makes a most AndCont His Life in theIver & MacKay.
agreeable and refreshing Ink hld. Try Ad ... .. ilyLos Hs...e n eA NI,



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We have porch screens, porch rock-,
ers and porch settes. Any kind want-
ed. Mclver & MacKay. 4-10-tf
Mrs. A. 0. Lucius went down to Ok-
lawaha station yesterday to visit her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Driggers.
SWANTED-Board in private family
by gentleman, wife and four-year-old
child. Address. X. Y. Z. Star office.
Mrs. W. H. Hendry. Sr.. of Like
Weir. came tilp yesterday to shop be-
tween trains.
FOR RENT-A six-room house near
Presbyterian church. Apply to T. C.
Thomsen, a tthe postofflce.
Gerig's Unen Lawn. one pound and
tifb packs envelopes to match for 50c.
at the Postofflce Drugstore.
Mrs. L. E. Snow and children, of
Woldwood. were in the city yesterday.
guests of the Montezuma.
In our prescription department, we
offcryou both promptnezs and effic-
iency. The Court Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Martin. of Weir
!Park. came up todny to do some shop-
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co
general agents.

Mr. Robinson of the Oxfordl Crate
I Company.' Crystal River. wava in town
Gerig's LUa.en ILawn. one pound and
two packs envelopes to match for 50c.
at. the Postofflce Drugstore.

Mrs. A. 0. Lucius. who went to Ok-
111 11 E). M E30 N EV^luT r Ulawaha yesterday to visit htr par-
Ments, returned today.
EDe ght PCLm R.. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville
Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. M. and 1:30 to 4:3 p. m. will sell any make of second-hand
Optical office and laboratory, rooms 2 and A.4-QXgt k., typewriter upon easy terms if desired.
Ocat. 0 0 : : Flari Mr. M- Flshel made a short business
g $ **trip to Dunnellon today. He returned
on the afternoon train: -

Mr. H. C. Groves of Tampa was in
the city yesterday looking after his
interests here.
FOR RENT-A four-room cottage,
screened windows, city water, on
Sooth Second street. Apply to Dr.
E. Van Hood.
Mr. Gaitskill. the Mclntosh stock-
man, came down this afternoon. ,


have a most exquisite line of

fancy Imported china In many dif-
MODERN AND COMPLETE 6TOOK ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
0 F Attorney Hampton came down this
afternoon from Gainesville accompa-
nied by Peveral friends.
FU RNITU RE ..... r.
F R N ITi. E Flne candies, fresh stock Schles-
A *Mr singer's best, in pounds and half-
AN D pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
NOUS FU NI~mALLMr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and
"" "* '." "daughter, Annie Blair, returned to the
... lake this afternoon, having come up
-~ ,~ ll*rn Saturday to attend the Easter sr-
Jet l .ed M T -l vices at the Episcopal church.
FuuldSh be IMl CwrkiS I Id Ma s aLaLe -8 Mr. E H. Mote went to Leesburg
_. -- ------ .-- ---- f--uj .. thIE afternoon to look after his fine
Ile In FuIl "; Sq9 ib I i orange grove.
Wfat be Pil WL Mr. S. C. McLannahan of Hollidays-
SAW C*II.I aUKd* I* ---t-- *a 4 | Ii phor Pcl a., is at the Ocala House. Mr
MJWw carMef CIu i -a iitL*.eIfrt ***9. McLannahan is one of the stockhold-
Ea_ u_ .Cr.. ..W_,~ NIn ^^^^^ B X *era in the Ocala ron Works.
nuMrwtfr ttf'nf0 wllI, __es ____.a-oB
Ou-r pound paper is the best we
Wm O We ft -- d NC eMtI W JW have ever had. New lot just in. Come
.. .." _- n ":, j, W In and see It. The Postoffice Drug-
I*e yW pWll-S. an lII, store.
I II I ^ I i I AMiss M. Emma Washburn is the
)'sppy possessor of a beautiful up-
I I I I" I .I IS -- I right piano. which she purchased of
m I. I It I K A n Mrs. L R. Halstead. of Belleview, last
O week.
OC" fo r61& The downpour of rain yesterday and


Guaranteed Absolutely Pure* I 2,

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0F Odd Iow meet tonight.

If you want to rmit a uus61 "'*" ElRmt- tomorrow evenly
If you want to buy a Ha m, -M ; .
f you-w n to a t Man =*a Thursday onigh

Do you want to Sdl a l The s met Thrsdary night.

Or would you p*r to I"y a L*t. Best SO cent dinner in the city at
^the Elk Cate.
It is an undisputed fact, that Real Fatfte brings more Mim Tillie Pasteur has returned t,
to the amount invested than any other invetment will bring. her home at Lake Weir.
If this is true, and you know it, why don't you invest in So t or tr meals prompUy sed,
Real Estate. Homes, Farms and all inds of property for at the zi cafe.
sale at very low prices.I Mr. W. B. Gallagher of Savannah is
MAKE THE START TODAY I t the Ocala House.
Early breakfasts served for special
ad on Rea tV "- orders at the Elk Cafe.
M ari on R alty CMr. Joe Whsenant of Belleview was
*a[0 1 Re t o a visitor to the city today.
A. FRANK, Manager. pldrs Baseball Guide for 1969
:F F-r Just In at the ceala News Co.
The nip roof is being placed in po-
W T A r B AN DO F sitlon for the government building.
Mr. J. T. lacaster is mourning the

There are many ways In which It serv thesM de o ath a celent bugy horse.
public, but the one now moit valuable, per. Mosquito nets and frames, the most
improved and convenient made at Mc-
haps, is to help with loans. We wiUlleet the Iver & MacKay's. 4-10-tf
needs of conuievative borrowers. Mr. 3. W. Ward, Jr.. of Floral City.
was a guest of 'the Ocala House last

The Munroe & Chambliss Bank i"

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Shipmnts of


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Mr. G. L Lord, of Jacksonville, Is
in the city introducing Lackawanna
Springs water. This is said to be one
of the purest and best waters in the
United Stattq. It has no mineral
properties, is jist pure. wholesome
water. The Court Pharmacy has bee
appointed agent in Ocala for the wa-
ter and has a supply on hand.
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Leavengod and
, n. Hanpel. Mr. Harry Leavenlgood.,
IMrs. Dick Hendricks. Mri. Perry, and
.irs. Dean went down to Stanton this
afternoon to celebrate Mrs. A. J. Leav-
t-ngcod's birthday.
D). I. Drawdy. a thrifty young far-
rier, orange grower and stockman in
the Unadale section, was in town
yesterday and reported a fine bloom on
;h.' orange trees and promise of a big
(rop. He reported his father and
r:mother. Mr. and Mrs. George Drawdy.,
t:uite sick.
Mr. W. C'. Blanchard has returned
from Miami. where he attended the
Grand Council of Red Men. He re-
lorts a prolqperous session and a good
A lady from the country telephoned
thle. 'tar last night that she had read
the notice in the paper where some
one wanted a motherly hen for nine
biddies. She said Saturday afternoon
. h would bring In an old hen to
mother the little orphans. It is up to
"X. Y. Z." to be on hand Saturday to
receive said relief.
Mrs. M. E. Robinpon and two
daughters. Miqses Fannie and Rose-
bud Robinson of Tampa. will arrive in
O, ala tomorrow and together with
M-ssrs. Emmett and Julian Robinson,
will occupy the Snyder home on Ok-
lau\aha avenue. Ocala is glad to have
th.i family return to their former
home to live.
Miss Jean Austin and her school-
mate. Miss ILeora Wight. returned to-
day to Washington Seminary, Atlan-.
ta, Ga.. after a lovely Easter vacation
.ent with Miss Austin's mother, Mrs.
J K. Austin.
Mr. avid S. Williams, Jr.: left yes-
;>'day for his home at Syracuse, New
York. after a lleasaitt visit of two
vwe-eks in this city with his father.
Judge Williams, and his aunts, the
Misses Munroe. Mr. Williams has
been a resident of Syracuse for six
years and now his two sisters, Misns
Polly Williams and Miss Julia Will
i'ms. who is now married, are also
living there.
Mrs. George Russell of Wear Park.
who for several days has been the
guest of Mrs. Geo. IL Taylor, deturn-
ed home today.


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Rev. W. L Coleman, pastor of the
Ocala Christian church, has been in-
v.ted to deliver the baccalaureate
sermon to the Brooksvl1e high school
and has acceptd. He wi go over
Saturday and speak Sunday.
"Eight Reasons for the Divinity Of
Christ" is the subject of the lecture In
the normal Bible study at the Christ-
ian church tomorrow aftwno'. Bhible
students cordially invited.
Mr. 8. G. White of Baltimore, rep-
resenting the Antletam Paper Com-
pany, was in town last night and today
and a guest of the Ocala House. Mr.
White sold the Ocala printing offices
a generous supply of paper and job
printing stock and the Star ad Baa-
ner together a solid carload of news-
paper. 36,009 pounds.

Mr. C. V. Miller of Jacksonville, Ia
i n town today. Mr. Lee Miller is
packing his household goods to ship
them to JacksonvUile.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cos, of East
Point. Ga, who have spmt the past
few days in Ocala with Mr. Cox's
mother, Mrs. W. S. Pike, left today.
John Olllsom, colored. was given .a
preliminary hearing this vorniag as
being suspected of being an accessory
in the murder of Rev.-Draft at Martin
a week ago. Quite a number of wit-
nesses were examined. MaJ~v Islar
appeared for Ghllison The court dl.-
S charged Gillison and he weat home a
E free mai.

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Mr. end Mrs. C. Dudley came up
from Bel:evlew a few daw ago 0ad
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wash-
burn. Mr. and Mrs Dudley will leave
or their home In Masaelusetts hI a
ew days.

Speaking about school averagems
Supt J. EH. Brmsom said the school at
Fellowship made the remarkable re-
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The tea tme ple o- eoe_ _.
tAe ptmaz -- e wth 1 0t,

white lnIhwa clth f> CeI-tIr, Ilk It
die bowl, wmt ?o, 1iIIe-

mass 01 beatj p-isweI. xAm. 'I
th tea ws ta n b ttstesI saftm
terday byMrs. a which wsM IM
by the pretty boore. oa dwnh
s.vee. cakes, lM ate.
minth were a- epe A0 df .
gby rockingup a the l Us .

Mrs. Rspst^ is a lovelyr IirMfir iad
the tea table cup e to wtaCoimer

her two lovely itieI, Vlo sn to
tteIK their vi9t It Oiith a ,
was hit treat toe the Iowat wl w S.
glass bowl,woo -a looseoly IN ldai

master ofbet: MIbe sinsW ArM

IB, ie Miacray. Alice Bollock. &Ira
thc arotine Pastheur, esther Wiaes-,

Sarah McCreer/. Meta Jewett, Aiude
latkwnson. Mrs. C. Pa Hl oydch Mrs. J
by the pretty bosoree. SaiWichiS4

gH Taylor. Mrsp Mary Dodoea M-.
Mrs. RaJohn e Is a lov JaelyU6MMvillM
the afterpmoosM SCe(teawt WMbet

her two C lys. A. Green the eanrto
compete ftter Vfrom inoawks grekit Aty
las a esatblishnmft llows arrived and
will be at ts e eoMi aas amscy, the
Oeala NewMa y mpa 'a Bto n tm*
Mthq. Theth wMGui Dr. GireAns e-

viesI should call OB hiss at the soa
CaRI L ROdteur. soth Mrs. J. W.I
Sarah McCreei; J. LMets JeweMt, Ax
W. Atkinson. MrsAddington. C8. H. Lloyd. Mrsings. Jack-
H sonTayille; Gor. Mrs. Mary Dodge MaddG,
Mrands. John Dodge of Jackonvef. were

Dr.mong the guests ate the Montexuplt eye.
lanyesterday afternoon.tas arrived and

Mr. D. B. lartln. from Qainet
and connected with the imtraml rev-
enuwi be part thof the oaUnited 80tathe
Ocwasla in town yesterday 1a= in

our whisky dealers that they mus be
9th.careful In the wshipment oDr. Gregs sad
devices s of whisky to see that they were
properly stamped to keep from st-.
Hagins. CItra; J. I1-Carter, ev; them Addingtn, Souble.SalingsJack-
son yule; G. Af. Sherouse, P4em4Iql4,

andJ. D. Poundpe. former aroa were-

ty turpentine operator, hut lor aeweral
months in guests at the Montesum

business, was tn the Brick City yes-
yesterday afternoon.nd had much to y y o-
Mr. D. R. Martin. from Gainesville

trand connected with the nter favor of MW-rion, t
oenue departmentnty of the Unitedtate tte
was* in town Yesterday and informed

our whisky dale. so well known thisbe
careful in the shipment of kegs and

kgcity of whisky to see that they weem-
plropshed bookkeestamped to keep f omrge
in the phompinate roubline. t
J. D. Pope. a former Mtauiom cui-
ty turpentine operator, but for several

mothes in bookkeeper ordaIn the Dut2ton Pm-
businphate Co.. at Gain the Brick City yreeft-

a merited promootion, havig'e
elected vice pr'esident, aad secret o
that company had much to ay by an-
lucrative position, taiong thk baer of
county of the state.

W.the late C. WDle. hso wel known Inheld this

position. *
ctyMr. Lee Miller, who is theow emgag-
plushed bookkeeper or Ford & HMWle

ed in the vehilosphate business, but ai-

ness in Jaeksonvile. after Ipeiding .8
efw days with Mrs. Miller In 0caia,
returned today to the metropolis os

1Florlda. The Star wishes Mr. MOllerr
suphate Co.In his nesvllw en, se. ed
a merited promotion. having bee.

John elected vicetwiler United states fl

cararatsioner for Flria is writing
serithat company. a very ructve and ater-
eslucrative Poles forn. tweaking t"lace of
Mornnthe late C. W. aboutse wo celdu that

FoMr. Lee ubJiller, who Is de nOW teng-t t
edall our peopvehicle and ohae if process fobi-
lowed out should e after source ei gta
profit to withose who wMller In O It.
returIn a word It loo as the metropolis ofae
mFlorida. The Sta for wishes Mr. State rr
succthe Union higrows finew enterprise. and moe l-
J iohns bT.vales than this state. He taintsM
out the most desirable looridalies waiting ao
the culture of the oyster.vA t-


of the ciys ae fi~wwm ii

ind -1wboh, a -dm

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Hard to TOl Wh- WY 6Ls1*t
low j'T o"P^
Tallasrrsse, A|B ni rWmlla Ca-
trms cotiaue to esCmq40.a 5de
prohlbitios prrosb-, adl thoin
paste of It mow 6000" k ftm
omne of the minrms ait im *l*
Columbia cty oW eeted am a pro-
hlbmtiocust. and cimebb t=t he was In-
stmucedf m p Mhbi., wie v t_
other m mberi r, lb, i'4ed isp
optst, samd &il 4 that t 1was -
strueted bt the W to Ve t'O
loa otmh 1%080n "M 11 oI|
the same twowa w d"MOIs t e-
same elecci. 3t-,m 3iSNOWt
the situatlom is the a and these
are other couatlds # *Owsl
uves make claims I* thbl sf lt as"
much variame. : .
Under this sbowi KIt i hry IB-
ly that much emtm ei cabe id up-
in the state-wide fpIdui u amom
aeven should the gsi Mpm th-
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Who are broken down and m Sim"d byd dndgeryaof w fcing holfdf carcs
and duties, or by oirequeomt beg and -MWI of caldern,-and many other cares,
burdens and strains which the sex h et br. arm deviag of profounad syrm-
pathy. But while sympathy is mm an takmb th&eufota 'wme need is a
-good, hunesatm s W -ood anStdg g a Regulat.r
-one compounded and arm pftd act ia -unr wit Pea
cate, ever sensitive IM i*
who so w fitted to t pport the ingredients and co.pomnd a
remedy for the cure of these dit mg dofteapi-rckingweaknees and derang-
ments, as the carefully ad tho gy educated ad regularly graduated physician who
has had a long and scceu- i apuie-r in treating just thio class of cases.

Dr. P pierces Favorite Prescription

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A New York Magmistrate Inslurate
that Their Presklets Can Steal
With ipunlty.
New York, April 13.-James Fin-
ley, a boy of 17, was arraigned be-
fore Magistrate Crane in the Mor-
risanli court yesterday, charged
with stealing 6 cents worth of coal
from the railroad yards in Mott
Haven. The widowed mother of the
boy said he went after the coal be-
cause it was cold In their home.
She and her children, she said, were
on the verge of starvation.
The magistrate, apparently af-
fected by the pitiful case of need,
discharged the boy, remarking:
"Young mIan, I am going to dis-
charge you; but I want to tell you
something. If you want to steal,
wait until you are president of a
railroad. Then you can steal any-
thing you want and have no fear of
punishment. Until then, you must
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that out-door exercise is needed by
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Texan Who Duped a Girl Into a
Mock Marlg Gets only Five
Years Ia the Pea.
Waco, Tex., April 13.-Ernest
Wilkinson, a young white man of
a good family, was sentenced yes-
terday to spend five years in the
penitetlary for having engaged in a
mock marriage ceremony, victim-
izing Mim Myrtle Morgan. a highly
respected young lady of this city.
The affair came very near to hav-
nlag a fatal termination, so far as
Miss Morghn was concerned, for she
immediately after she learned that
Wllkerson had tricked her she at-
tempted suicide. The man was al-
ready married and had *wo chil-
lies I a keen. clear brain, backed by
indomitable will and resistless energy.
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(By air. Ireneu TroUt)
The history of the Seminoles Is one
full of heroism, tragedy and patho,
from the time when, a century ago,
the white man first reached the bor-
der of their homeland of pemce and
plenty. The unprovoked attak of
the white men from Georgia in U12
when Florida was a Spanish colony,
their penfsteat and wanted cruelty.,
backed up later by the United States
government amnd army which speat
milios in money and sacricleed thou-
sands of lives in the persecutlo of a
people who wished to be peaele.
makes a chapter in history so black
that we hang our heads In shame for
our rac-e.
Who are these Seminoles? Two
hundred years ago the lands of Geor-
gia and Alabama were peopled by a
confederation of tribes call them-
selves Mus-co-gees. They were a su-
perior race seml-civilixed living In
small villages, and had dwellings ad
store houses. Some of these emigrated
into the northern part of what is now
Florida. Theyil were called Is-tl-se-
mo-le or wild men. because they left
the old towns and made irreguhr set-
tlements In this country, to which
they were led by the *bl-Tvsnc of
game. The TYemassees, AJpalaches and
other Florida tribes at first received
these wanderers kindly, but as they
grew in numbers, became Jealous and
fierce wars ensued In which the Sem-
Inoles were victorious., and from that
time the tribes became intermingled.
This nation was, before the destruc-
tion of its settlements in 1812. numer-
ous, proud and wealthy In horses, cat-
tle and slaves. They were attached
to the British and Ameriamm. The
wars of Mcintosh (a Creek chief who
joined the white marauders) the des-
olating war with the United States
and the depredations of the frontier
whites destroyed their conildenfe, and
the white man Is looked upon with
suspicion today. These wars, ow-
ever, produced many heroes in the nc-
tion, and of these Oscola wab the
greatest, in fact He would be called
great in any nation or any time. His
capture under the sacred flag of truce.
and the shame of his imprisonment
and irons has left a sting that even
time has failed to heal. A "remnant
of a remnant" they yet retain their
physical perfection and moral virtues
(with very few exceptions) that the
tribe has always been ,noted for.
The cultivated patches of these In-
dians are situated in the rich ham-
mocks and they live scattered near by.
The sale of alligator hides and other
skins gos them money to buy cloth,
ammunition and the canned Iprovlslons
of the white man. Some few live in
houses, and have sewinr machines,
but most of them build only shacks,
with fan leaves. Their annual poll-
tice-cataw or Corn dance Includes
ceremonies of purification, endurance
and skill, and lasts four days from the
little moon In June or July.
The history of religious and educa-
tional effort among them covers a pe-
riod of about 18 years. The Womans
National Indian Asseciation began
the work at the Allen place, now call-
ed Immokalee, 32 miles southeast of
Fort Myers, and this. after a short
time, was transferred to the Episco-
pal church. It includes 320- acres of
land and a small house for the mis-
sionary to live in. Here, later, Bishop
Gray built Christ church, 32 miles
from any other place of worship, and
40 miles further on a mission was be-
gun and a hospital built, which was
called Glade Cross, because of an im-
mense white cross which the bishop
erected at the entrance to the 'glades.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Brecht. and the
Rev. and Mrs. Gibbs were the pion-
eers in the field, and later, about three
years since, Dr. W. J. Golden was
placed at the hospital, where be re-
mained until the beginning of the
present year (1908) when the "trading
station" and store of W. H. Brown, 67
miles southeast of Ft. Myers and in
the 'glades, was acquired by the
church by purchase, when he remov-
ed there and assumed charge. About
two years or so ago, Rev. and Mrs.
Gibbs retired from the work, and were
succeeded by pRev. Rudolph Stahley,
who in turn,, after a short ministry,
was succeeded by myself (Rev. Ire-
naeus Trout) the present missionary
in charge.
Because of the extreme suspicion of
the white man, and their disgust of
his past treatment, the Indians have
been exceedingly hard to reach with
any Chrlstian teaching or secular ed-
ucation, but now, after all these years,

the clouds seem to be lifting, and the
baptism of Ho-tul-ca-hat-sie by Mr.
Trout, on Oct. 26th last, Indicates that
the way is now open for fruitful work
and that the long looked and prayed
for harvest in near at hand.
The present arrangement for carry-
ing on this mission Is a most admir-
able one. Dr. Godden, at the store
where their products are bought and
their temporal wants supplied, fur-
nishes a rally point where the Indians
come in numbers, and the missionary.
who makes frequent and long visita-
tions, has a definite point where he
may converse with them personally,
and present his educational and reli-
gious mission to them Individually as
they come in to buy supplies, or sell
hides and furs. In fact. it Is the only
way in which they may be approach-
ed, as they seldom assemble in num-
bers, and positively refuse to attend
any house or school tearing yet, that
the tricky white man has some gov-
ernment scheme or other behind any
"meeting." The future of the Semi-
nole Indian Mission, seems to me, who
am so familiar with their feelings,
traditions and character, more full of
promise than at any time since the
work was inaugurated, and I firmly
believe that If the bishop is reason-
ably supplied with the means to pro-
secute this work, and keep the men in
the field for a few years longer, we
can fit the Seminole, educationally
and religiously, to meet the tide of
civilization which, with tremendous

Many an Ocala Household WiN Fimd
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~T'plr, Cbhdik wasi aE "H
life, meets with aj attrsc -t" M
for Oday (with the mKgptmt of a Am
w h. e om ou t to e t e ft ioow. .
Onme to tl-> they amow Soa-* -
last quarter entry. ft fa -
they in their deftrmi tli I I a s .-,.
nlatercourse with the w.nt o
neither bribery Bw ca&JelOy a- #
effect upon the. Indeed, a amw y"
ago as effort was =ado by the smj.
Tropcat Blspelorn at J MadM== ,
to seemu a few 5emiaets fm -
the adseatumeos spri jeb
tion, and after se pWmred S
ments, a ftew of the os, u T mU406
the adaltumous 4Ktt 3y-ht 1OwR- ^^ -
seated to gmsbetA old me o f the -
councl aid lS m wa ft i ( s bed
and they went not. The P1=Iaof Me
old nm" was respePted. The P 12wO- I T h M
tribes or clans spat each iMasio-
dant ot the oth-r. yet fal so w M *-rs-
Wilson says: "The life of the mi--
nole has been without any aid or In-
struction from the white man. He haS
adopted the fire armn and a few tI-
plemeuts and uteailsa of dvUlhigsl .,
but In no other way basa he lwtdlta
the white man." Andi abn Jq l M
41 In the Semnolke of Florida *-
tion of 1M9 she says: w r'dbt
Cleveland in b awe of 1M may* i
In these days wbewhe ite ariclor-
its and stock* raiser t experleee
sad ieUlnenlgene fnd t er lot a hard
one. we ought not to xpeft i lIaa
to support themselves the Ids
ualiy alioted to them" yet hern I
Florida we find a red race not only O
self sustaining but refutsag ay d
from the govw meant.
Several years ago the &ovw.M.iwat
appropriated $6,iW to enable the Semi-
noles of Florida to obtain bomeutads
upon the public lands and a few of the W l
Indiana consented to accept, bet thi
agent found, upon lnvesttwtk O tat
the lands which the Indan deashd
had passed Into state or Improveeat
companies, and the Seminole is we- o
NuOmbe of semiitelm
The present number ls.,wrongly sp-
posed to be 275 and that the tribe b
dying out. On the contrary t havei
large faminles of strong, ebeatt -
dren. and the past 20 years shows, ac-
cording to reliable statics, as in-
The strict law of coIma ul ty
stands in the way of a rapid Increse __
but it breeds stronger people. Moore-
Wilson says on page 57 of the-histmory
of the Seminoles. "Tom the bet ob-
tamable resources there were a n 1 I
only 112 Indians left in Florida. In
1880 a census reported 2ft. According
to data gotten from the indlans them- rir W_
selves, they number today (L 136) 4M lO
nearly 600. Of this number the grad- "--h I
er portion are children, or Ia the lan- lin
guage of the old chief who made ahe ;MWr I
calculation of the members of the dff-
ferent families, "heap pickaninals; I I
pickaninnies oj.m" (Babies plenty.) m
The 8eminoles are divided into four g a Ia
bands or clans, who vlye in groups me I I
apart, each independent of the other, ,oko Sl
They are the Miamis, the Bg Cypress, -taof
the Tallahasseen and the Okeechobees. --
Since the death of Woso-Mikka, in ar't m n;
1891, there has been no big chief. The b1
authority of the sub-chiefs, who are L--
leaders of the different bands, I per-
sonal. They camot decree death, only dJ88l
a Jury of the council can do t u (|
There is so much to be said of these ^ p d |
Interesting people, by cI who It sh
almost daily touch with them, that
items of interest throne so swiftly oeI -s"
upon the other that it is hard to eo-
dense within reasonable space even 2",^ 1
the most interesting points and any e ofi
abbreviated article must lose many
Incidents and conversations charac-
teristic of the race, which would shed ______
a light upon them almost aecesesrily
to a complete' understanding of them .,
as a people, and as IndivIduals. ,^Mr'lI l


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