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Title: The Ocala evening star
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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 14, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03141
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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OCAA. ORNAWIDNESDAYw-AFRU..14v U


FRESH AID RIB


COD FISH BRICKS, MACKEREL
SMOKED HALIBUT, HERRING ROK
IMPORTED SWISS CHIEM,
DATES in bui. 1, 0. a pound
ENGLISH WALNUTS
Cress & Bl.fwira Chow Chow
Cr. & B*aakwoHre Pieltl-
U.ALL.-NO.CHOCOLATE MINTS

U-ALL-NO-AFTER DINNER MINTS
CRYSTALLIZED GINGER k in blk,
50o. PuLd.
DEVILED CRABS, SHRIMP,
LOBTERSt, CLAMG, OX TONGUE


0. K. GROCERY
CLARK BROs, Ptepieos
TWO 'PHONE" 4


R. D. FULLER.

DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Muroe & CkambiuW
Bank.


- FLORIDA


TERMS. CASH.
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J. E..CHACE


DENTAL 8URGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and ii,
Second Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

TERMS. CASH.


L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
mke Over Cinurdi 3 A
Phone 211
f0A9. Hour-4 to 12 a. msI to9p.m.
TERMS. CASH.



CHARLES D. HULBERT, 1. D.

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Oftee Second Floor The Muaro, ad
Cammbliss Bank Building. Ocala,
Florida.
Telephones: Office, "22; R2eskmwc, 2*1
Of w". Hous
9-12 a. inm, 2-4 p. in. T7:.0-N .E



TUE SOUEBSIAL

.BARLR UIP

open Into the lobby of the
Ocala Hous.
Offers *te very best service o(
skilled workmen with modern ap
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec-
tric fans, electric massages.
Ed Wier wwaas Thm
VINCENT C. PETERICH. MUnssm


C. J. PHILLIPS
Cem"Suddo


Plma ed SpeificatIop Fwu1ih
Upon Request
129 SostT rHkd St.
ocia.s. P.o..m S30

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IcIVER & lucflA

FUNERAL DWRETORS


0. L MeIVER ALFRED OWLN
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AU Work Do, by Liceu Em-
b..mers nd Fut-y GIhIntod.


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DO, CO9RAW ACCEPTS
Wil b Presidnt Wo the Stab
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P10spsed tohe Csadh-e m- w3 he
peelftd on th .do m 4ea
Thurmy of N"ft Week
TaHisMMee April 14.-The. Meate
agreed to make euator Beards di-
frasehumient of negroes the special
order ftor Thursday mornat
It was decided to voto f the dlec-
tim of a United tates smnater at the
session next Tuesday MHrUa Of
coure, there Is no chane of aotha r
selectloa than that of Duaan U.
Fletehr, who was voted-as the choice
of the people at the primaries but
Year.
Governor Gleuhrtes message to the
legislature recommemig that cousti-
tutional amendments which ari to be
submitted to the people for ratiaa-
tIon of rejectmebt. he advertised to
full prior to the election, was raMd. HBi
messgereowmda that the 1461-
lature call upon Florida's representa-
lives at Wasbingto., to oppose the in-
creased duty on kaImtIt, as being in-
Imiecal to the best interests of the
growers of this state, was also read.
The house held a short session yes-
terday morning. Representative Alex-
ander of Volumia introduced a resolu-
tieon cesuring Congeressman Cark for
his attitude eon the tariff. The reeolu-
tion aroused a lengthy debate and ac-
tion was deferred until two weeks
from date.
The committee on constitutional
amendments will not report until April
22. when all of the proposed amend-
ments will be dealt with in their re-
port.
The Hilburn resolution introduced
In the house, while it is apparently in
an Incomplete form, as it "resolves to
amend the general statutes" without
making therein any provisicn for its
submission to the voters of the state,
seems to be the much more consistent
measure, and It Is probable that upon
the Hllburn resolution the main flight
will be made. In this connection, It
might be well to state that there is a
general feeling that the Hllburn reso-
lution will pass the house and fail in
the senate.
It Is understood that there will be a
strong bill introduced providing for the
establishment of a state printng plant
and that it Will include a free school
box law, the books to be printed and
furnished to the scholars by the state,
with only a nominal sum in the way of
a deposit to insure against an abuse
of the system.

MONEY COMES IN BU4CHESI
to A. A. Chisholm. of TredweU, N. T.,
now. His reason is well worth read-
ing: "For a loag time I suffered from
indigestion, torpid liver, constipation,
nervousness, and general debility," he
writes. "I couldn't sleep, had no ap-
petite, nor ambition, grew weaker
every day in spite of all medical
treatment Then sed EIlectric Bit*'
ters. Twelve bottles restored all of
my old time health and vigor. Now I
can attend to business every day. It's
a wonderful medicine." Infallible for
stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and
nerves. Ne at all OruUsts.
I
PANNING THE FLAMES
Wind Helping ean a MilMn Dollar
Fire in RsehDWto, N. Y.
Rochester. N. Y. April 14.-The
greatest ire In 'the history of Roch-
ester is in full swing, and already
the &amaWe has moved up to cloee on
(1.-~.-
Two big conflagrations, which com-
imented practically at the same time.
soon became too much for the Roch-
ester department to handle, and help
was called in from Buffalo and Syra-
cuse. Both cities are senig fire ap-
paratus and men on special trains.
which are racing to the rescue at top
speed.
Gale Faamlumthe Flawues
A gale which Is blowing at the rate
of thirty to forty miles an hour. is
fanning the fames and spreading the
fire.
A EASY SHOW IN OCALA
would have many ceotes'snts: but
it's safe to sy that the heaithleet
baby would win the pru1e. No baby
ean be healthy who suffers from
worms and most babies do unless
they are kept free ft- them with
White's Cream Vermifuge. Acts
quickly, yet mildly-Is it own pur-
gative Mothers, don't attempt to
raise children without White's Cream
Vernituge. Price 3 cents. Sold by
the AaU-Moaopeiy Drugstor. .

CALHOUN TRIAL COMMENCED


San Francisco. April 14.-The jury
which is to try tryPtick Calhoun. the
millionkmaire and alleged briber of coun-
cimens, was completed yesterday. The
trial commenced yesterday afternoon.

ITS A TOP NOTCH DOER


Great deeds compel regard. The
woNld crowns its doerm. Tharts why
American people have crowned Dr.
Khan's New Discovery the King of
Throat and Lung Rmedea. Every
atom lis a health force. It kills germs.
and mds and Ia grippe vanishes. It
1beakcough racked membranes and
oshbg stops. Dote. named broan-
Mhial Mes and lungs are cured and
bemeln+.ge4 cease. Dr. Geo.More.
lack Jack. N. C, writes: "It cured
* of Iug trouble, pronounced hope-
blis 1- a ll II iWnO Sba. 2. Trial


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A dispatch fro Tallahassee sa-ys unless the Unit.d Stai supprsos..
thepre~ec f hes offa taer the Night Riders, *we Lest the
SffWefo r Women his nben- of fer e d
Dr. dward Conradi of St. Petersburg. Tobacco Trade of Dago Land
which offer be h as accepted. Dr. Con- I
radio has been in Tallahassee, but will Washington, D. C. April 14.-Dipilo-
retur to St. Petersburg temorrow.- matlc correspondence made public to-
'Tampa Times. day shows that the Italian ambassa-
(dor. Des Planches, has notified the
TWO MILLION BOTTLES state department that unless the gov-
O0 agy Davis' Painkiller sold every -r.nment can guarantee the Italian to-
year. Think of it! And every bottle is bacco monopoly security of its stores
lessUla anffering and helping some <-f tobacco purchased In this country
binm beig to health and happiness! ag.'inst tho raids of night riders, the
This wo m derfl household remedy trade of Italy. amounting to thirty-
stops the pain of sprains, bums or four million dollars a year, will be
bruiae. It relieves rheumatism or lost to the tobacco raisers of the
neigia. It cures colds, cramps United States.
conc, diarrhea. There ought to be a. -
bottle on your shelves Just now, ready SPRING MUSICAL FEITIVAL
for the first sig of trouble. The new
mIs bottle flaS ents and there Is On account of the above occasion.
a be S censt sise.' Be sure your the Seaboard Air Line Railway will
drago't getrs you Perry Davis'. 21 st-il round tilp tickets Ocala to Jack-
Ssonvllle. on April 17th and 18th, good
MAY WHEAT SOARS to return to and inoludi" April 21st,
--- at $4.25. For full information and
ChIcago, I., April 14.-May wheat sl-eper reservations call on any agent
Jumped to $SL29 at the opening of the S-aboard or write to 8. C. Boylston.
market yesterday, one and one-quarter Assistant General Passenger Agent,
cents higher than any previous record Jacksonvil)3, Fla.
for the crop and a top-price record.
DUNKIRK'S DILEMMA
IF YOU KNEW -
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you Indiana Town Trying to Carry Water
would never suffer from kidney, blad- on One Shoulderm and Whisky en
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two the Other
months' treatment. Sold by druggists Dunkirk. Ind.. April 14.-The uni-
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr. que situation here has caused the ex-
!. W. Hall, 292C Olive street. St erclse of much gray matter in the
Louis MissourLi heads of the forces of prohlbition-and
Santi-prohibition.
NEW YORK BROKERS FAIL Dunkirk is both wet and dry. At


New York, April 14.-Ennis and
Stoppani, one of the largest Consoli-
date Exchange brokerage houses, filed
a petition of bankruptcy yesterday.
RHEUMATISM
Fully nine out of every ten cases of
rheumatism- are simply heumatisam
of the muscles, due to cold or damp
or chronic rheumatism, neither of
which require any internal treatment.
All that is needed to afford relief is
the free application of Chamberlain's
Liniment and massaging the affected
parts at each application. There is
disagreeable or unpleasant about this
liniment. The relief from pain which
it affords is alone worth many times
its cost. Price 25 cents, large size 50
cents. .
Z'IRST CLASS PAPERHANGING
AND PAINTING
I have opened in Ocila a shop for
high-class paperhanging and painting
and it is my desire to give an esti-
mate on every painting and paper-
hanging Job that is to be done in
Ocala. I have the best paper man In
the south and I handle the finest and
nost up to date line of paper, bur-
laps, silk fabric goods and imitation
tiling, both imported and domestic on
the market and my interior decora-
tions are up to date I have made a
special of Interior work for years and
can suit any one. I make the best
cloth and pictorial, also all classes of
signs, gold leaf and gilding a ape-
cialty. Ladies desiring to make se-
lections of papers without the trouble
of going up town will be promptly
waited on at any time they desire at
their home with a complete line of
samples. Just drop me a card with
the time you desire to see them and
you will be waited on promptly. All
out of town work promptly done and
solicited. Respectfully,
Andy Whitley.
No. 10 Fort King Avenue.

People past middle life usually have
some kidney or #ladder disorder that
saps the vitality, which is naturally
lower In old age. lFoley's Kidney
Remedy corrects urinary troubles.
stimulates the kidneys, and restores
strength and vigor. It cures uric acid
troubles by strengthening the kidneys
so they will strain out the uric acid
that settles, in the muscles and joints
causing rheumatism. Sold by all
druggists.



lontmina Barbershop

In CoMmcti. With th Hotel Office

Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tentie to alL Special attention to
children.


ELECTRIC MASSAGE

HOT AND COLD WATER


t. L KTTICH. Preietor


V. C. BLANCHARD

CUTRACTM AMID BUILDER
Plan furnished
on application.


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GEORGE FIX


least, part of it is wet. The town Is
situated in two counties, one of which
went wet, while the other took the
stand for local option.
Liquor men say they will open sa-
Ilons in Tbhe wet part of the town. The
temperance forces are lining up to see
what can be done under the eJty char-
ter to prevent this.
HEART FLUTTERING
Undigested food and gas in the
stomach, located Just blow the heart
presses against it and causes heart
pa>4itatlon. When your heart trou-
bles you In that way take Herbine for
a few days. You will soon be all right.
50c a bottle. Sold by the AnU-Mono-
poly Drugstore.
CULTURE RUINED THE COON
Downfall of Louis Graves, a Negra


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Gr-aduate of Yale +1. H~+ +.- r -
ura ua wlq~l t Ta ...... ^-_ ^jo. .. ....
St. Louis. April .-Loui Graves. a? *
negro, graduate of Yale. was arraign-. OU -M T
ed in court yesterday for forging a
checl,. The man argued his own case. .'..
He said he had served several terms I -l. -l f.'.
In penitentiaries of rariouL states. T J r ;
been anjinmate of ftve asylum, t11 ifi l'* J -.SS -I-' .
five times to ki!l himself and was I i" mK f
generally incompetent. **. "'
"To what course do you attribute, A i ^. J
your peculiar mental conditim?" r a'T a l
ed the astonished Judge. 11 '.IH- *l l l' l
S "upereducation." answered Grave n. l "d -.0 ifi
I am a negro and I have no busine -ss
with a college education." -.. .
BAD SEASON FOR OO&LD3 *- m 221-rn 4
Colds and grip were quite pre"a- .
lent last winter and Chambe-laln's A -
Cough Remedy was In great demand KV)I' I~tAT AiK'iU'l 1
and performed some remitabl e res. y
Mrs. Mary J. Robinsom, of Cameron, = '
W. Va.. says: L s 16t wintef I wasrii
s, says:and
taken with oe of the awfuiest coldM m
I ever had In my life. I covld not
speak above a whisper and was verY '
hoarse. I was afraid It was going toI

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy mnd In Igor
three days was lots b*ttr and COOld
talk. I did not take but the cue bot-
tle and It cured me. 'I now tell en wy-
body about Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and theg k tood it did t f
toedoit.
MSRTEL r~~i ItU U) 1 1 lX
The weather is ideal. Farmers fl/
are getting busy. Some are work- t -
ing their crops, others are planting, ,
and as a whole the outlook is prom-
ising. _ -
Fred Veal, of Jacksonvi le, who a i
had a serious attack of typhoid -
fever, came to his father's. Dr. Veal .
of Martel, ten day since, a" r Iwo u -
convalescing nicely, but was cal ._ _
home Tuesday to the bedside of a
very sick daughter. The doctor ae-
companied him.
MLrs. Susie Grogg. of Savannah,
daughter of the late Thomas Barco. ,. . ..
or Cotton Plant, Is visiting relatives
and friends in that vicinity. SMe i
in bad health. Her numerous friends
trust the change may be beneficialJ. 'd J .'
to her.- .W I
wife made a flying viait to MartaWl
Thursday in the doc or's improved
auto, which is a thing of beauty, and
may revolutionize the mechanism of 5
the auto of today.
One of the most beneficial pro- |
tracted meetings ever held at Mar-
tel. after having been saccessfully -
conducted ten days, closed last night ". ,
with a crowded house. The Rev. ^ Ai A fL O RI
Thadeus Neame, of Springfield, Ga., FL M M
who is a member of the South Geor- .
gia Conference, and uncle of the ..
pastor of the Martel circuit, did the CARRY AT ALL TINS A OMPOUfLI
preaching. '-He captivated his con- '.
gregaUon In the outset. His aer- A
mons were clear cut, soul Inspiring. T'hf
and ree from the appearance of .r Dao .... ..
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NMYERS-SULLIVAN ELKS MEETING AT ORLANDO THE CLOSING OF THE
VNING -TAR FELLOWMP SCHOOL
This morning Mr. 0. Myers of **mesat People Eth will nCo-nvene OL
Tema. L F Tb sad Miss Dalsy Etelle i the Phaseomemnal City The closing exercises of FeBllowship
C. L t r W n. of Martel. were apply mar- s school took place Saturday and the
dto rs ad bh P m ied at the Florida ome by Jdge Orlando, Aprl 14. he state ass- day was du cebrated by a large I
SBell at 11 a. iThe grom is very clation of Elks will be held at tis crowd in attendance from all sections T"
C. L I SrrlNoE a, Edi' fine looking young man and as many place on Thursday d Friday of this FIlow p. with a few ro
friends at Martel, where he was e- week. April 15 and i. LDelegates from Ocal to wish the far few fromd e
R. R. CARR L, SueLess mne played for quite a while by the Martel Jacksonvie, St. Augustine,Tampa eedla tni thetr efforts through l
Lumber Co., leaving there six moths and other places are expected. The Th n who graduated were Minsg t
agor"*" i-sew'" he""a t newdsbld moing Stywillh ednee T oeorad
& wAM the mere a ntileir hTheaP~rtantb essloriecMlls.whrshoedfover tt an
sf t rplesseappearaein i p paio a fr cceptable verbiageandideasant,

of coina. acerent exercises, such as who have the pleasure of her acquaint- tions. anquets.etc- aft arranged. back to the bloody days of the French
securing an orator of the day, ance he s the sister of Mr. J. Business men are al beginning Revolution sad stirred the blood of all M i ll nery p--
there are others. It occurs to US that Sullivan a valed employee Of the to decorate for the occasion and pur- by the recall of the reign of unseated
If the trusteexpens of the o cannot ki Lmbr .e pr Tlaltee are in evident In manyl hres in t naevero of Oean tier
meet their fe"acfit omblnthet h, h p t er h a pariad Whtow s ebest peoplenncr non in the name f onman l bre


2t5ne seat the e lr a In ouse and left this a!- C eNt Brand tro Bil r s O received-j ust rebuke ande nr a etI re
the xrbie abofedt soe veningal ert longFteoin o theirnua dehhae windo w Tcah bst debple he Benedct. Arold. th A riantrtor. upe
esthe exercs o the c ternoon for their h om at Thelmatb. end will hate carte blanche i at the hands of Miss Lottle Mills Ian


enough without Imported atry at sob e wishes of the Star accompanies the city durin tg the Mwteti ug. Among her essay on *The Tresure of Ben-
may be 'at he exes of bt _.w_. l ...pesn... .l, Rev. C. C. Carrolt oom eatlc Hatsr
much per minute. however tbrl nt It the thre pr mt k or ye of the state who edict Arnolda e



may tonly be at U expense Of te ten erved wll be vsat w re lA M. Taoy the The .C.alolC a ir the program ren- t
of the money raduate ised. We don tknoward T. LA r de, S Augcorrestnee o; D. Ackerly. made the commencement address. excee




Seryting. but do know that when vto s th e Pa cretrh the moasurerJacksonville. Such invocation by Rev. Pric.
attendedschool, when the upils and Mr. Knight received the sad C. N. Broadwat vice president. Or- able d el ent manner he treated
the public enjoyed such vocMtv, i ned to taker ervf th oe freltry on pre I. MacKay district deputable phy- Hornet rof J.Cla Hnd cully. super









pla .sr ers tprt "opetn Unite sra ofe th e coth e wI dobis Recitation. 'ohe Bridge--Sarah
pleasthern . eerxises of the c m- brother-in-law, Mr. .o Qeeal ntlset grand exalted ruler, Tampa' and Intendent of Marion's schools. present 7 Tri}mm in
hemlmnt exercise of theh ihghIn a W shlng p D. C., hotel. Mr. Jee Retation. ted ruler, oncluso the ates with
school e n t decided wtaby the trus tees t iseew s a well known ewspap- dip lTomast See p pard atriiatt- r .





school out of the schools ts tt. He ea de- o the blood pnd ucour-r- Reitation. rThe Railroad Cro in
Hilory J one, a hard or tk .- m n this state h c o the tem. Inhis bun A big picnic dinner topped off the 2-Tk.
tees man ,hlt Wee dm arenlotth s t .journaisti .. A -nthe -ei e t th t n day's doings and a returned to their
teos oro ahol t.W o tf we aend Sun to ety years a aderemained Ofd~ o Oo b. .C~0 homes more than pleased with w hatr "
osne odina.l ess.w pfer .......twe owithditor McCreary foro ma- yearss" r oPthey saw and heard. ft
tand tale oy sosed e twrdthen served ag city edito r of the Flor- A megrcury will surely destroy the The following Is the program ren-






that the money o ised go toward Id Times-Uniont the wasnter wathr cor Has- sense of smell and or completely deranged dered:ood.
better school equipment, etc. pondent during the Spanish-American the whole y6tem, when entein it It ong. ""Onward Christian Soldiers." w ear is not
The Bar- of Tde c i t le a tr, re t v today foratthe. through the muco fes. u Recnation "A Rev.ere P Church.-
the Rents morlrd, frnaomel Daytona ad ilA nl, rwihpetoe hnhe John T iclesh would never be used except DBelamation, "Uncle Torm and thein-
ueorge tayr. amto the lM o e Aed to take srvicI rn t ohefbrest y Onpres cptIOsfromreputable pnhye- torne ts-Claud McCully.
Woarther -. H. Crnd .B department of the United States. HeC a c al s a s the damage they will do is Recitation, "The Bridge"-Sarah .. .b A ftis n.
Weatha J. J.say whe andter tarmhv worn was -ma n rof General Albert ten-fold to the good You can Possibly Ferguson. The&.am.
ouThe Many on Counle leather holing ol- lchrst"s campaign when he ran de riend from Dm Halla pleatarr Recitation. "A Boy's Concluseion"- |
u rt.ny o Phone Wtherliing for governor of the sta thete. Hehappy En C- -d et by F. J. Cheney Paul Rawls.
.tow rdthismportant enterprise. anao d of Mart ends am l n th e cury a nd Is taken internally, acting Cul Tre n of Bene t Arnold- k at
n ory Jones, board working er of this stattend the eravesulla dirUy on the blood and mucous r- Rehow L station "The Railroad Crossng"
ored man of the ora auv iloe se Uionvotedwife to mourn his datb who owf the system In buying Hairs -Bucher of k.
ned mnob he t areil wltia at the time of his death, was at a .- Catarrh Cure be surate aget the genl Recitation, "Curfew Must Not Ring
invaded the city's precincts with his crosse. F.. to witness the marrag une. It s taken eternally and made Tonght"-y Reoy McCy. Cr-
se a d of e a -of her sister. In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Recitaton, "Us Boys Ain't Skard
Posed of a load of oranges.ptCo. Te-tlumop-a free. Sold by drug- of Pa"--ohn Ferguson.
and cabbage to Moses, the o o fruit man. Mrs. Caifray. Mrs. N. Barco's moth- gl Price 7c. per bottle. Take Recitation, "The Bald-Headed Man"
ofhe arrival of the new lve y stable er. who spent the winter with er Hall's Family Pills for constipation. -Wiliam Hood.
the mrriva f r y stldaughter, left today for Osark, Ala.J Recitation, "A Reverie In Church"-
peoutfit this morning from a and later will return to her home at Joh UT T. Lewis o Moss Bluff, Ispec- Bessie Rawls. -t
Thed f Interest to the lookers Atlanta. Her son-In-law, Mr. cher to of state onvictsly min Taled quan- hRecitation, "The Most Obliging Lt-
and acmpanied her to Ozsark.Recitation, "Broadway"-Anne Lee
The Mari H. Lloydon Geo. H. Frd ad Amt No to r Assoca-The friend from Dallas will lease Hood.are bet I e
tion stockholders held a well attended phone or en your rr t accept our thanks for the happy Eas- Song, "tlorida"
fice and elected the following dre- BoLN E Ne A IN .
tory, namely: R. S. Hall, George Mac- Mr. J. M. Slliva Mrs. A. .. Nel- SKILLED PAINTING "Educathon"-M onnle Seckinger.
Kay. Clarence Camp. J. C. Booser, H. sonS vad Mis e nell and Netl."The leNe rn -.
A. Fausett and Z. C. Chambllss and soen of at el ee n et I am prepared to take any Job of "He Treas o p of nt
ddges, of Martel were in the city "The Treason of Benedict rnold" -

















Ineaou ed the b ad y to members, can to atten d th e M yer s v pai matt ex rs o w or hnl ow trdaLottiepuetMlls herl J. V
Iurea enoudthebuo the odoboy t rom e day to attend thk' be Myers AtSulavan patng, no teriv or how lge or how Lottle Mills.eged that Dr Alexand-
by change wing the consrery attract-hese wedding a e wt to hel teor da wa d au, or ow Jc the work desi. A careful erd The delivering of the diplomas by
new members are E. L. Wartmann. may be. I have the material, brus 1B-
of Cltr. and Mr. S. H. Gskill, of Oumber of paper sot the best w and kowlede to enainteer and do Itn .he wa der treatment in h e.
Mcntosh. The board then proceeded ever N ot right. Houses painted Inside and out. coroner ess by redered a verdictC. Car-
to elect the old officials. George K.Iand It. e Postofc Dr. a gilding, hard oil make of murder and White ha been placed
Robinsmaon, president; D. Williams, store. varnishing and lettering and sign Address by the principal.
secretary, and T. T. Munroe. treasurer. painting. Taste and skill guaranteed. ong, "Farewe l." O
Mr. T errelld S ne "p Mr. Jake Brown has purchased r phone him ar t Na 10amp -24-hosphatt A KNOCKER W e aveg
Dry. Ton" Moore andof Cordele a. sot tr pony for his boy Julus Company, or leave word at the Star THE BED OC e C OF JCCE .
so the gang plow cultivator, all and now th Lake a hDairy. We often wonder ow anycala, Fla. tf or thing. I a habit aeed by
eof Anthony. we re among thecountry Bick C his grin from ear to R indomitable will and resist e ergy.
ve tearedtorsShownb Rdu NT'Chitp; uch power-'comes om the splendid st o bi ...i. T"o abt e e'
the ort Dall Bank failure inco Mal t *rooi ,ute Wes et a teh and -. can now supply a limited quan- heal ~l that Dr. Kin's New Life Pills

















ami. In 16 months the rece tier has pe, well a e a s t o toole n acpi ver to a goodleaalng out process
namely: Messrs. B. A,000. Weathers. esLe, of Oxford we ree In the city Ai t tyo of u erJ y butter. The ela- ImparL They vitalize every organ
o otand build up brainand body. '. A. d ': i -s.
Pasteuor the receiver but mhty lean and werevisidting gue' from watha Lke Dai y. Ha r fmonr c sttmor, W. Vs.a., writes:
met tor the creditor. DelAmity Lodg No. 14 to Tulowa Lodge "They are the best pill I ev used.'








W HPorter. C. H. oyd, Ge. frdandOca T LAUNCH MERRY WIDOWiver. s*ma and bowel Mr i. OA L A









Jno. W. Coulter, a Bl.tchton mer- WEATHER FOReCAT -old by the AntyMonopoly Druitore.
formchant and armer and ed that the spirit of Odd e.1 T- MAY BE CHARTEREDn to-
The Teapot and IL Grocery win-lwhp t a marchingd Thuronda n Sumtcool er and their AVENGED AN INSULTAM
Show co lorings of Armours Star hams. a. for hire at Silver Springs. Alexander, a prominent dentist of this
Mr. A. B. oldman the loe st Mr. John Spencerf the Oala either for a short trip on the run, for place, was shot and killed on the -street
enougewh to maek ,ee youthink tyIC Ga s Engine Works, returned yester- Imoonlight excursion or, picnic to yesterday by Deputy Sheriiff J. V.it















Mr. A. B. Goldman, the Globe store ,m. s~s., -I .Amh i3 TU. ApI1. h__ud ,


proprietor made business visit to I have open a sto e between the Geris Linen Lawn., one pound and nation of Gluseppe Flcarotta, a whole- S*
University City was all excitement and sell all kinds of w I u at the Po toi ene Dru t ore. motpromineqt and wealthy members
over a city election.boes ides aingta- of the local Italin colony added
rlow, barrel s rubber, etc., etc. I wM R. C. Davis & C, of Jacksonville, the third to a series of murders hereo_-
Mr. IE C. omnith of the Ocals a Fur-also buy and sl second-ha nd f1r- will l any make of second-and which have been charged to the black
sewing machine business at Gaines nature and repair furature, sites, typewriter upn easy terms t dr and during the present year.
ville. etc. An experienced man with all A*"
tools and faclities for dot repl FOR I INT-A four-room cottage, FRIGHTFUL FATE AVERTED
Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb disposed work will be In charge of the repair screen windows. city water, on "I would have been a cripple for life ST. I J EI %of A"EAr.1E PH A
of five mules yesterday, four to Mr. department, ad stist ctoeto Isgu- South Secoud street Apply to Dr. from a terrible cut on my knee cap,"
J. W. Melton, manager of the Southern anteed. See me if you have anything Van Hood. writes Frank lDsberry, Kelliher, VFW
Pine and Lumber Co., the Meadows, to sol or repair. J. Decker. Minn., "without Bucklen's Arnica
who had the misfortune to lose his A ble for wouds euts and bruises. It TROUBLE IN TURKEY K T
STe years experience. ReferomCe. bolls, skin eruptions. 'rid's best "ow of paru#iWrt a-id by K .
any music teacher In Ocala, any I 1M0 I for piles. 2e at all druggists. ou iesTr
Mr. Alt Proctor and Dr. Snow. ofthe music house In Jacksonvile. Pha
Pedro section, were business callers In I A. M. Laist&rd, city. 1-8-ttfUNW Hon. R. F. Rogers, of Lynne. a very Constantinople, Turkey, April 14.-
town today. They said plenty of rin prominent naval stores man of middle Two battalons of m ous troops
and grassagrowig. P1esriptiow f illed' -erateoly sad thFlorL. Flida, is In the city for several days surrounded the hoeue of parliament
Hol James d. Alexander, represen- dvr by the Poste. D. a o with old friends.-Tallahasee Morn- yesterday and made a den 4 b U "wvi
tatlve to the legislature from Volusa ----g ews dismissal of the grand vister, H Rm
county, was exhibUng a handsome We have a most ex tste line of Foley's isoney and Tar IS a safe- Pasha. The Incident created the great-
gold-headed cane he had Jut received fancy imported china In many d- guard against serious results from' eat excitement. The rebelctiyntaed
by express, from Pensacola, Thursday f t tpI The Anti-Monopoly spring colds which inflame the lungs by parliamentIs caused byte pa
In 124 the Arliqton hotel at Gaines- northand developed Into pneumonia. Avoid ing of the Austro-Tnrkish agreement
ville. which was located at the northe- Drgte, counterfeits by insistlnr upon having ed*ng Turkish territory.
west corner of the public square, was Fine candies, fresh stock Schles- the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar,
turned and th courthoch n pounds andhich contains no harmfuldrug Children especially lke& KHe s ...
that time was a wooden structure pods, at B ards news and frt s old by all druggists. Inr _.- Cough _yr, as It tastes _e_
cuhonieThcetotecnnearly as good as mape su. r. It not
was J. H. Carlisle, who offered $1O to standOdd Fellows meet Tuesday evening only heals Irritation And allays In- .
the first person on the roof in order to m Our pound paper Is the bemao thereby stololag uh rie. theb
ve the build t. Hon. J. & Sti- hav eer lost Come cough, but it lim moueves thee w In
man. oUctor of customs at the Port I Knandse It. The Postoffice Drug- .L gently and In that way drive the 1L
of eaola. was cadet at the ast d ee The Pototce Dr- cold from the system. It eotalas. .
Florida Seminary at the time and woass re.Lopiates. Sold by all druggi ta.
the first one on the courthouse root FOR 8AL--A six-room residence. REG N A DA
and aved the building by removing O stoies,- lot near shoolli Ifl A RELIGION CAUSED A RIOT ''
the burning shingles with his bare two stor ies, large lot near school
hands. There were over 10 people house. Price $1.,0 on payments al- ee S Monterey, Mexico, April 14.-A pe.-
a. .--. ....... sa like ntinw Annal tn o A .1I1 Afms VlMlaleene ina hs th mtae :


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OCALA OCCURRENCES


Eagles mest this evening.
Masons meet tomorrow night.
Red Men meet tomorrow evening.
Rebekabs meet Friday evening.
Mr. S. H. Gaitmkill of Mclntosh was
in town yesterday and today.
Best 50 cent dinner in the city at
th- Elk Cafe.
Mr L.anford. ti.- piano man. went
to Cr. stal River this morning.
Short ordr m sals promptly sedved
at the. Elk Cafe.
Thu eail House had forty-two ar-
rival.s last night and yesterday.
Karly lir'akfasts served for special
o ,ilers at the Elk Cafe.
Mr. WV. F. Evans andl wife of Brooks-
ville. ;ar uests of the Ocala House.
Mr Sam W. Petteway of Dunnellon,
r ama gue-t of the Ocala House yes-
t, rday.


BAND'S MINSTREL FRIDAY 3RD
The Metropolitan Band will give its
long contemplated minstrel day
night, April 231, at the armory theater.
The band will share the net proceeds
equally with the baseball team as that
oragnizatlon also has to bave funds
and prefers this method rather than
a public subscription. Later on the
ball team will return the compliment
and help the band. The band's con-
cert will be something well worth at-
tending and will pack the house.
Miss Grace Hatchetl entertained the
Sewing Circle of the Baptist church
Monday afternoon at her home on
Oklawaha avenue. Notwithstanding
the bad weather, there was a very
good attendance. After lewinkg and
chatting for an hour. refreshments
were served by the young hostess, as-
sisted by Miss Lucile Standley.
Miss Annie Campbell. after a pleas-
ant visit to her relatives. Mr. Oeo. E.
Campbell and family, in this city. left
today for her home In Murfreesboro,
Tenn. Miss Campbell made many
friends while here. all of whom hope
that she will soon be a visitor to Flor-
ida again.
Mr. J. P. Tranthama was initiated
into Tulula Lodge, 1. 0. 0. F., last
night.


Grand Millinery Display


AT-


GEORGE A.


ASH'S


Beautiful Pattern Hats. Gage swefl ready-to-wear

Hats. If we can't soft you tn ready mm&d, ..

we have an up-todate milliner who can

suit you while you are waiting.



We are making a specialty In Ladies' ready-to-wear

goods, Suits, Skirts, Shirt Waists, Uanderwear,

etc. Oaur regular t linae of Dry Goods, Shet

and Gents' Furoshlng Goods

is strictly up-to-date.


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GEORGE


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There are many ways i
public, but the one n(
hap@, is to help with IoM
needs of (onservative bui


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Yesterday morning at 10 o'clock the
wee little baby daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Chazal was baptized and
christened Eugenia Anita at St. Phil-
lip's Catholic church by Path.r D. Bot-
tolaccio. Only the family witnessed
the beautiful ceremony. Mr. Charlie
Chazal and Miss Onie Chazal stood
with their little sister while she was
being christened. Little Eugenia Anita
wore the christening robe of her eld-
est brother, Mr. Louis Chazal. who is
now attending St. Mary's College. Em-
mitsburg. Maryland.

FOUND JAIL IN FINE CONDITION
Dr. Willis. a state convict physician
and Mr. John T. Lewis, one of the
state convict inspectors, a few days
since made a careful inspection of the
Marion county jail and found it in a
strictly flirt-ciass sanitary condition.
They found the prisoners taking a
meal when they visited the jail and
state that the food was in abundlanpe.
well cooked and of good quality. Dr.
Willis complimented Sheriff Galloway
very highly on the splendid condition,
of the jail. From a structural stand-
point, however, the jail is hum. a fail-
ure and any experienced Jail breaker
can get out of it with a little time and
a tooth brush. This part is for the
county commissioners and not Mr.
Galloway to remedy.
MR. KOONCE OPENS AN OFFICE
Mr. J. C. B. Koonce of Sumterville.
who recently sold out his newspaper
business in that town and moved to
Ocala, has opened a law office in the
Merchant's block and wi'l begin the
practice of his profession In Ocala. Mr.
Koonce Is a talented, well read lawyer,
made a fine record for his county In
the house of representatives and will
do well in Ocala, devoting his entire
time to the law. .
Bpaldlng's Baseball Guide for 1909
Just in at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. Charlie Chazal has gone to New
York to take a thorough business
course at Eastman's Business College.
In early summer he will be Joined by
his brother, Mr. Louis Chazal. who
will graduate from college in Mary-
land. and will spend the summer in
that city studying art.-
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R C. Davis & Co
general agents.
SMrs. B. W. Mimms leaves Monday
for Savannah. Ga.. where she will
[ visit before going to Louisville, Ky.


n In our prescription department, we
offer you both promptness and efflc-
p K -" lency. The Court Pharmacy.
,1 N KW D O Misses Hazel and Irma Feltham. the
little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George
in which it served the .* Feltham. have issued invitations to a
m t va blparty which they will give Friday aft-
ow most valuable, per ernoon at 3:09 o'clock. Pretty little.
Bus. We w 1 me 4Mary' Birdsey will be the honoree at
ins. We will meet the this delightful affair.
m)rwers. Gerig's Linen Lawn. one pound and
two packs envelopes to match for 50c.
',ham bliss Bankat the Postoffice Drugstore.
Ihambliss Bank e<*""o
~ Miss Bessie May Kay leaves Friday
)RATZD) for Atlanta. Ga., where she will he a
S. guest at Washington Seminary for
SS V. ProS. A E. Q tig if several weeks.
-I-I -- FOR RENT-A six-room house near
Presbyterian chur.h. Apply to T. C.
Thoms.n, a tthe postofflce.
PRESSING THE FACT(
Mr. Henry Stevens of Lakelard is
in town visiting his parents. Mr. and
home to your mind that you can't Mrs. Isaac Stevens.
get better blank books, typewriter
supplies or office supplies in gen- WANTED--Board In private family
eral anywhere in ea or for less by gentleman, wife and four-year-old
oral anywhere in Ocan a or for le child. Address, X. Y. Z. Star office.
money than you caa at out store, is


D-. H. C. Mills. the Indian herb spe-
cialist. went to Newberry today in the


interest of


his business.


THE AIR DOME



Moving Pictures

and Music


The Best of EiterWeOMt Fuf-
oisd by ome People

NEW PICTURES EVERY DAY
DOORS OPEN AT 7!30 P. M.
PROGRAM
OFF TO MOROCCO
MEDDLESOME BUTTONS
SCANDALOUS BOYS' FIRE CHUTE
SONG. "GOOD-BYE. LITTLE GIRL,
GOOD-BYE.

Admission 10 and 5.Cents
LEAVENGOOD AND TUCKER
Proprietors

Mr. W. J. Edwarda of Irvine Is In
town visiting his brother.
Mr. H. Gunter of Tallahassee Is at
the Ocala House.
Attorney W. W. Hampton of Gaines-
ville,. is a guest of the Ocala House.


CHILDREN'S EYES
If your child Is backward in his
studies-does not like to study, or Baa
symptoms of headache, you will prob-
ably find that there Is somr little eye
erouble.
There may be no outward signs of
a defect, yet the eyes. should be ex-
amined to make sure there Is no fault
In them.
WE GIVE SPECIAL CARE TO
CHILDREN'S EYES
DR. D. M. BONNY.
Myeslght Specialist,
Oeals, Fia.
Office Hours: I to 12 a. m. and
1: So to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and
laboratory. rooms 2 and 4 Gary block
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.
Tampa Evening Times on sale at
thie Ocala News Co.
A nice line of hammocks, different
styles and prices, at Mclver & Mac-
Kay's. 4-10-tf


ABOUT


BAND CONGERTFRJPtY N1a_ AM
The first o*iert iftt lee1 seas" V=lL
be given by the Metropoitan Bu-d a
Friday evening. Apr--il lh. at -li
o'clock, the weather permitting. The;
following program will be madered&
Program ,*
1. March. "High Prtde"---J. C "eaL
f. Overture, "'Lestsa---Keler a
. Selection. "El TsovatorW-Verdt
4. Indian interwzo. "Rainbo"--P.,
Wenrieh. b e


KITCHI.N Ma"Y IVEN |EI E
MBY imS. T. SMTRUNK IU T RE E
Tuesday afternoe the following
frlendf of Mrs. Simeon Sistrunk were
Invited to attend a kitchen party giv- IMPORTED SWISS CHEESE
en at her home. namely: Mrs. J. A. -
MCCymomds, Mrs. B. A. Weathers, GEORGIA CAME SYRUP
Mrs. D. E. Mclver. Mrs. E. T. Helven-
ston, Mrs. George MacKay, Mrs. W. s Guaranteed Absolutely Pure 1/a, 2,
Bullock, Mrs. Edward Holder. Mrs. W
V. Newsom, Mrs. C. R. Tydings. Mrs. and Pound Sealed Can
ft. Hall. Mrs. &. H. Mote. Mrs. D -
W. Davis, Mrs. E. L. Carney,. Mrs. n Weekly Shipments of
W. Miimi. Mrs. L. W. Duval, Mrs. E ARMOUR'S STAR HAM
Van Hood. Mrs. J. D. Robertson. Mrs ARMOUR'S STAR HAM
W. H-L Hocker, Mrs. E M. Howard. -and
Mrs S. E. Waterman, and Miss Carrnie
Williams. BREAKFAST BACON
Mrs. Mlmnms received at the fro':t
door and showed the guests to the Consequently Nothing But Fresh
prettily appointed punch table placed Stock
In the hall, where Misses Carrie Will:-
larns and Annie Atkinson served a de- 'I V \1
liclous strawberry punch, and after Ea A
happy greeUng presented each with a
pamphlet on which was an appro- P T
private sketch and a rhyme or two.
The guests then passed into the -
large dining room, artlctically decor-
ated with flowers and vines. There Mrs. I. N. Withers, of Lady Lake.
Mr. C. E. Kiplinger and his son. Mr. arrived in Ocala Monday and remain-
Herman Kiplinger and the latter's *!d over with her sister. Mrs. F. T.
wife had on display a full line of Porter unt:! yesterday. when she pro-
aluminum kitchen utensils. On an repded to Tallahamsee* to join her bus-
oil stove placed on the dining room ta- bandl. Senator WiVthers.
ble the Kiplingers demonstrated the
many uses of alumimm ware. whk.ia Mr. S. r. Mo.ers of Richmond, Va,
is growing more popular each day, by is at the Ocala House.
cooking several substantial and dainty
dishes such as omelette, fudge, peanut Its. going to be Air Dome weather
brittle, coffee, etc. During the prep- this evening, and there Is a fAne pro-
aratlon Mr. Kiplinger dictated several 'arn. The song, "Good-Bye, Little
of his very beat receipts to the ladles (.rl Good-Bye'" will alone be worth
who took them down on their pam- t!:' a'lmisi-mn price several times
phlets. o,
With the relishes prepared Misse over.
Williams and Atkinson served devilled Mr. Morris Rheinauer of New York.
eggs and sandwiches. -Presiding a t rav.ling for a house in that city, Is
the tea and coffee tables were Mrs in town for a few days' visit to his
Hall and Mrs. Hocker. .'othcrp. Messrs. Charles and Ben
The two hours with the Kiplingers F.v'inauer. Mr. Rheinauer formerly
at the home of the hostess was indeed r, sided in Ocala.
very delightful, also beneficial.
CHRISTENINGA AT Mosquito nets and frames, the most
CRISTENINGr AT proved and convenient made at Mc-
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH hver & MacKay's. 4-10-tf


LIVERY OUTFIT ARRIVES


Mr. C. E. Johns.on of Daytona. and
his livery outfit arrvc-d last night on
the Coast Line and was unloaded this
morning. Mr. Johnson brought ten
men with him. 25 head of horses and
about 20 vehicles. His family and the
families of some of his men will arrive
in a short time. Mr. Johnson has con-
ducted a livery business, in both Day-
tona and Seabreeze for the past ten
years. He calls his business the Silver
Livery and has always conduct. a
first-class, high grade business and
proposes to give the people of Oca
the same kind of a deal. Mr. Johnson
will locate his business in the big
warehouse on North Magnolia street,
which is being made ready for him
but will not be ready for occupancy
for two or three days. .We welcome
Mr. Johnson to our city and trust he'
will do a good business.
HEAVILY FINED
A white man from the tall timber
was arrested at an .Ocala hostelry last
evening for living In adultery xith a
colored woman. The officer raking
the arrest locked him up and Marshal
Bull released him this morning early
upon his giving a $i50 cash bond. The
man did not appear at court this
morning and Mayor Robertson. upon
hearing the circumstances, ordered
Mr. Bull to again arrest the man and
make him put up $250 more. making a
$300 cash bond for his appearance at
mayor's court tomorrow morning. Mr.
Bull soon foupd the man and got the
cash. It is not. thought that he will
appear tomorrow and will forfeit the
bond.
HOME FOR RENT
Home on Oklawaha avenue knwe*n
as the Spellman House, for rent AP-


Conductor N. C. Novel! has taken
Buckshot's place temporarily on the
Homosassa run.
Call in ana 3ee the pretty line of
fancy Imported China that we.. are
displaying. The Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store.
Mrs. Dorsey came up from Dunn-!-
ion today.
Mr Rl4hon and wife ow Eustis are


visitors to our city.
Mrs- Edward Carmichael and Mrs.
James Engessor turned today from
a pleasant visit to Green Springs.
Veteran Bartlett of Sourth Lake
Weir, was a caller today.
Mallory Liddon came in today from
Leesburg, where he had been in the
interest of the National Packing Co..
of Jacksonville.
Dr. Guerrant is in Tallahassee to
further the interests of a veterinary
bli for the state.
Mrs. Sue Frink, who visited friends
at Boardman. returned home this aft-
ernoon, because she had a message
from her mother. Mrs. Nancy Walrace
that she was suffering from sorM
throat. We trust Mrs. Wallace's ail-
ment is not ve:y serious.
Mr. T. B. Snyder went to Jackson-
ville today.


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Intemission
3. March. "OMld FaithfulV-A. Ho&a-
mann.
G. Medley overture. -The Ruler'--W.
C. O'Hare.
". Trombone solo. "The Me.aage"-R.
Brooks. (Mr. Charles Barr.)
S. Medley overture. "Remick's Hits
Xo. 4."-J. B. Lampe.
A. E. Gerig. Director.
HOUSEKEEPERS' SALE TUESDAY
The Housekeepers* Sale yesterday
at the- Woman's Club rooms given by
the Ladies' Aid Society and the Yoing
Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyter-
ian church was a ?snt way and Pcu of the pr-ttietst Easter
sales eve-r given in Ocala.
There was on sale a full line of
hand-made linen underwear, children's
dresses, scarf for dressers and many
such useful articles as of which foumd
a ready purchaser. Ocala has a repu-
tation of having splendid cooks and
it wa ever more clearly shown than
yesterday on the cake and candy ta-
bles. Those assisting in this sale
were Mrs. W. LH. Dodge, Mrs. Maddox,
Mrs. MacKay. Mrs. ,. E. Waterman.
Mrs. H. L. Andersn. Mrs. C C. Todd,
Mrs. Jchn Taylor. Mrs. Peter Ingram;
Mrs. G S. Scott, Misses Bessie Mac-
Kay, Bettie Mclver, Frances Ander-
son, Mary McDowell and Etta Hood.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver and Mrs. W. V.
Newsom set-rved punch to the many
who attended the sale. which began
promptly at 3 o'clock. The ladies
made in the neighborhood of sev.,nty
dollars.


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accuracy, the intellectual ap'.tws in a home
by the class of books in the library.

q An EVERETT in de msed-eo de-
notes musical culture houao the one.


q The greater sm ncsa inth de pchs
of an EVERETT does not ccmoute
larger expense account but is an additial
investment in a finer and more vauabe prop
rty. The greater durability of an EVERETT
and the more perfect achievements eSug
from its use are the divide amds you recaves
the added investment.


Musical Instruments Sold
on Easy Payments at
Factory Prices .


A. R. HARPER PIANO COMPANY
North Magnolia Street, Opposite Molver & MroKay





Women SuSfer


mude needless pain when they delay usiag uat
for their female troubles. Oardui has been found to
relieve headache, backache, pain i the side and dis
siness arising from deranged organ&. It does more
thanrelieve,-if used persitenetly,-many ha rit
ten to say that it cured them.


iores woulu remain empty nor tue
one that they would be greatly re-
duced in the price of rents, has ma-
terialised* The rents today are as
high as they were before prohibi-
tion went Into effect. Of course
there are a few exceptions, but the
general results are not materially
affected.
The building record in Birming-
ham during 1908 was the largest
ever in the history of the city, de-
spite the financial depression all
over the country, the more or less
handicapped business activity by
reason of presidential politics and
the coal miners' strike of more than
two months' duration.
'the amount of money invested in
building enterprises during 1908,
while prohibition was in operation,
includes the financing of four large
office buildings, one of them the an-
nex to the Brown-Marx building,
which was larger than the original
building Itself, and seventeen stories
high; another, the financing of the
Empire office building, on which
work has already commenced, and
which will be seventeen stories
high; still another, what is known
as the Parley building, which will
be nin, stories high, and the splen-
did new Chamber of Commerce
building, which will be seven stories
high. These four buildings alone
will cost about $1,500,000. Busi-
ness in the residential district was
very active an during 1908.
LaIbr Not Afald of Prohibition
It has been found by experience
that desirable labor hai not been
kept Aot of this district by reason of
prohibition, and that little if any
desirable labor has left for that


W.LC.I .WE

mlis MMe Opposed ProbiMtion
at Filn
A comprehensive view of what
prohibition. under local option law.
has done for Birmingham and Jef-
ferson county during twelve months
will be of interest to all cities and
states which are seriously consider-
tag the Issue In any form.
Whether statutory prohibition
stands the test of the courts or not,
Birmingham and Jefferson county
wil remain dry by reason of the lo-
cal option law, upon which prohibi-
tion has been in operation in this
district for a year. That law has
stood the test of the courts. The
local option law was adopted by a
Isrge majority of voters in an e'ec-
tion called for that purpose. It is
interesting to note how the law
looks after a year's test.
When prohibition was carried,
most of the prominent industrial
leaders in Jefferson county were op-
posed to it. They believed, and so
expressed themselves:
"That It would not materially re-
duce the liquor traffic and the evils
arising therefrom in *his district;
"That it would keep away many
desirable workers in the mines and
mills of the district;
"That It would deprive the city of
a large source os revenue;
"That it would drive away many
efficient laborers In the mechanical
field;
"That it would Injure property
values."
Indmtrial Res ts of Prohibition
Let us look at the effects: First,
the Industrial side of It. Birming-
haum and Jefferson county, in 1907,
had between two and three hundred
illegal liquor sellers, under prohibi-
tion termed "blind tigers," which
seems to show that the presence of
licensed saloons does not prevent
the illegal sale of liquor.
When prohibition went into ef-
fect here, it was shortly after the
sharp panic of of 1907. That panic
was followed by a disastrous indus-
trial depression the country over,
and Birmingham suffered, just as
every other southern c'y suffered.
Furthermore, during .ast summer,
the Birmingham district had a long
continued, costly and aggravated
coal miners' strike, which reduced
the production of both coal and iron
in this community and threatened to
do tremendous damage. All of these
things were largely laid at the door
of prohibition by a great many peo-
ple who do not stop to think. Pro-
hibition was blamed for a large pro-
portion of those losses resulting
from the natural conditions in the
country, growing out of the indus-
trial depression. Of course this was
not fair to prohibition, but prohibi-
tion had to stand for it because it
came at i time which was unfortun-
ate from the reformers' standpoint.
Irvestmest of Capital
Notwithwtanding the financial de-
pression everywhere during 1908,
capital invested in Birmingham and
district, the whole of it lying in pro-
hibition territory, increased during
the year. $17,507,700. This was
$3,390,200 more than was invested
in II of the year 1907, which, until
late in October, was a year of un-
precedented business prosperity.
Balding Operations for Year
Keeping in mind that 1908 was
what is known as an "'off" year, fi-
nancially, the city of Birmingham,
during that year, had an unparallel-
ed progress in building enterprises.
The building inspector's office issued
a total of 1,104 permits in 1908,
representing a money expenditure
aggregating $2,546,519 as compared
with 1,047 permits in 1907, repre-
senting an expenditure aggregating
$1,918,205. Here is an increase of
M. 14. Neither


LAXATIVE cob h renmoi.
Tor coughs, colas, throat and lung
troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic.
oed for everybody. Sold everywhere
The genuine
rOLI Y'S HONEY and TAR is it
aYellow package. Refuse substitutGe.
Prepared only by
Pf gy & Company. Chkmgl
FOR SALE bY ALL DEALERS
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mth by preparing tho mfor t
eeVing ofbaby, thereby ma dering chs-
Mrth safe, easy, and almost painless
Bear in mind, pleasse that Dr. Pierae's
Favorite Precripton not a secret or
patent medicine, against which the most
Itailigent people are quite naturally
averse, because of the uncertainty as I
their composition and harmtimcharacter,
but is a mxDIcuX or xgowi couro.-
now, a full list o all its ingredients being
printed, In plain English, on every bottls-
rapper. An examination of this list of
ngdientse will disclose the fact that it b
son-alcoholic i iits compoto, cemic-
ally pur triple-reined gycerine takin
the place of tshe commonly used alcoo
In its make-up. Is this cnnection bt
may not b out of place to state that t
*Favorite Presription* of Dr. Piers MI
the only medicine put up for the cure of
woman's peculiar weaknesses and all-
ments, and sold through druggists all
the ingredients of which have the un-
animous endorsement of all the leading
medical writers and teahehs of all the
several schools of practice, and that too
as remedies for the ailments for which
*Favorite Prescription" to recommended.
A little book of these endorsements will
be sent to any address. post-paid, and
absolutely free if you request same by
postal card, or l0er, of Dr. K. V. ierc
Buffalo N. Y.
Dr. Pierces Plessat Pellets ceM eon-
stipation. Constipation Is the cause of
mauy dieases Cure the cause and yoe
-g ti dmseas kay to take asemMpi

ordinance was passed limiting the
number of saloon license; to be is-
sued in that city. The temperance
people thought at frst that the
council certainly had been converted
but presently we ascertained what
is really the milk in the cocoanut.
It appears that the number of li-
censes to be issued by the council
in this ordinance corresponds ex-
actly to the number already issued
at the time of the passage of the or-
dinance, but some of the licenses
already issued were bought and
paid for by the wholesale dealers of
the city, and are not at present in
actual use by saloonists. It is,
therefore, simply a plan to compel
any new saloonists who come to
Jacksonville to purchase their li-
cense from some one of these local
wholesalers. What would follow in
the matter of restrictions and con-




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You should not delay under any
circumstances in cases of kidney and
bladder trouble. You should take
something promptly that you aMow is
reliable, something like DeWtt's Kid-
ney and Bladder Pills. They are -*
equaled for weak back, baskaehe. In-
flammation of the bladder, rhsumsti
pains, etc. When you ask for De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Plls, be
sure you get them. They are anti-
septic. Accept no substitutes; sst
upon getting the right kind. Sold by
all druggists.
Hastings is harvesting a millim
dollar Irish potato crop. They are
now bringing in the market 8.0 per
barrel.
During the spring everyom wwGd
be benefited by taking Fole's Kid-
ney Remedy. It furnisbes a needed
tonic to the kidneys after thr eta
strain of winter, and it pr~sM the
blood by stimulating the kidneys, anad
causing them to eliminate the aperl-
ties from IL Foley's Kidney Remedy
imparts new life and vigor. Msant
to take. Sold by all druggists.
EAST COAST'S NEW OFrICeR


J. R. Parrett Suoeseds Mr. Flagles as
St. Augustine. Fla.. April 1.-The
directors of the Florida ksst Coast
Railway in annual meeting yesterday
elected J. R. Parrott president to smc-
ceed H. M. Flagler, who sfM1 retains
the position of chairman of the beard
of directrst-M r- P>m t b"b kmvMd


a matter -a | lt tbma- i
.It is bbt atet Mr i
the 1qer iaten8ts ag9geSe
Petaw their grp a "a-,
They bham -bse bem
matters ith to* a h,
rie t m* mu am om
brethren over tb O st tw vth _1-
deterin-ati to km tb i
busbew Oet of tIe ladm 4.t
shine sad Flovw TVkw r Is
the air.


Mr. John Hanula, of Ot
Mo., is here for a few dM'.l I
sister, Mrs. B. F. Drsey.- ra. s
say wil have a publ SIds 40. tha
21st of this meat, Naselg aR e of r
homehold and at tnri ,
and then return to Meenat. mjh1gs
Ky., to make her future beasm to 4&
regret of everybody in Mclates amd-
vicinitr.
The boadamen of the late
master., B. F. Dorsa.q put l
Hickson in- as aetinag m s
and he is holding the vaeo w'-,
satisfactorily to evwyW MrJ
HIckaon was asslstla Mr. Deory In
the olece at the time he saw fSt to
take his own life.
Miss Mary Taylor, who bas heemo
visiting her unce, J. L ChrisLaa.
and family, hq retuared to hR
home at NicholasviBle, Ky.
Miss Maude Weber, of Winchest-
er. Ky., who has been visiting Miss
Maud Davis, has returmA to her
Kentucky home.
Mr. J. C. Norsworthy ad dasghtt-
er; Miss Nellie. who have bee t
guests of Mr. W. G. Norsworthy f
the winter, have returned to their
home at Ingersol, Canamda.
Mr. Hugh McGuire ad wife lft
last week for their home at Wia-
chester, and will return early In the
fall to make Mclntosh their futte
home.
Miss Artle Baldwin has saespted
a position at Dublin, Ga., and wll
make that place her home for at
least one year.
Dr. Moncrief and wife, who have
been stopping with H. L. Dicksmo
and wife, have returned to their
home at Atlanta. Ga.
P. L. Billingsley and family an
visiting Dr. J. H. Biingsley while
here. Mr. Billingasey will put @ONe
of his improved patents in the way
of box machinery in the Irwin crate
mills.
EMINENT AUTHORITIES SAY
that out-door exercise Is needed by
the American people. That's anl Try
well, but. how can people with rheu-
matism follow that advice? The ans-
wer is very simple--use Baard's
Snow Lniment and the rheaumtisam
will go; leaving you as spry as a colt.
Gives quick and permanent relef
from rheumatism, neuralgia, lame
back and all pains. Sold by the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store.-
COLAMAN
The cabbage crop of Coleman has
been the largest ever grown here,
and has nearly all bee sold at a very
good price, and 80 per cent. of the
crop was sold by D. W., Swieord,
manager of the Truck Growers'
Union. The union has saved the
growers at this place $10,000 and
will handle the tomato crop in the
same manner. The tomato crop of
this section is the best ever known
and is ten days earlier than usual
and if it is as remunerative as the
cabbage crop the truckers of Cole-
man will be well fixed s-mneuelly.
The cake crop is a little late.
but is fine, and cakes will soen be
moving from here in carload Iota.
While Coleman lost out ain the
court house election she is still go-i
ing on improving and nw resi-
dences going up and old ones being
enlarged. S,. 8. Reese t adding two
or three rooms to his already nest
cottage and C. M. Waton will soon
commence to add to his hoese.
Mr. Witherly, of North Carolina,
has come to Coleman, and Uking the
place so well has purchased a hose
and will make this his future home.
A fine son came a few days since
to gladden the hearts of and home
of J. A. Coleman and wife.
Mrs. M. T. Caruthers, who has
been quite ill, is rapidly Improving.
Bell Caruthers, who took a dose
of strychnine through mistake, is
now out of danger, to the great joy
of her many friends.


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