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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 15, 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: VID03142
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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m nOf Oi ntso u feor Catarrh that Contain
COD FISH BRICKS, MACKEREL Guests f One of Ashvele's Famous As mercury will surely destroy th
sense of smell and completely derange
SMOKED HALIBUT, HERRING ROE tle Md* Hurlid i t the the whole system, when entering it
tr-e in the arlyi M ingm through the mucous surfaces. Such
IMPORTED SWISS CHEESE, articles should never be used except
AshevUille, N. C April IS.-Early on prescriptions from reputable phys-
DATE in bulk, 0. pound yesterday morning the great KenlI- ia14as the damage they will do is
ENGLISH WALNUTS worth Inn, one of the largest and most tn-fold to the good you can possibly
fashionable of the tmed resorts here, derive from them. Ha"s Catarrb
Crow A Blaokwelre Chew Chew was burned to the The guests Cre, manufactured by P. J. Cheney
bad to flee from the building in waat- & Co., Toledo Ohio, contains no mer-
Croses Blaokwell's Pickles ever elothing they could gather to- ur, and ta tken internally, acting
ALL-Ngetr directly oa the blood and mucous .-jr-
U-ALL-NO-CHOCOLATE MINTS The loss Is estimated at $2S0,00. faces of the system. In buying Hairs
U-ALL-NO-AFTER DINNER MINTS Insurance on the building amounts to Catarrh ure be sure you get the gen-
7.. George W.M T Vanderbilt. who ulne. It Is taken Internally and made
$75,000. George W. V derb wh In Toledo, Ohio, by J. Cheney&
CRYSTALLIZED GINGER in bulk, was Interested in the property, is said n Toleo Oho by Cheney &
SO. a Pound. to be the heaviest lqpes. Co. TestliWntilsl free. Sold by drug-
The alarm was turned In by two gst Price 7. per bottle. Take
DEVILED CRABS, SHRIMP. negroes who happened to be passing Halrs Family Pills for constipation.
along. That was about 3 o'clock. The
LOBSTERS, CLAMS, OX TONGUE night was dark and bellboys notUed EVELYN THAW'S NEW PET
-- the guests that they ad little time, Will Vey Likel Find it Less
R 00EKand tthe throng poured out Into to W ew her ely than Some M en
strets.T ehewe than Some Men
0 K BROGERY It was a motley gathering. nome of New Tork, April l.-Evelyn Nes-
the ladies had on ball gowns, while bit Thaw, after a long search. was
CLARK BROS., Proprietrs various degrees of negligee made up found living quietly at 31 West Thir-
TWO PHONEr 174 the remainder of the c-stumes. Many ty-third street, by an officer who had
TWO HONESofthe men had only their night- a judgment for a milliner's bill. When
-- -------- clothes topped by an overcoat grabbed found she was playing with a snake.
from a friendly hook as they left the which she calmly caressed as it en-
Rroom FULLER There were no casualts. twind her arm
ULLER, The fire department could not con-
DEmNTAL SUReON* trol the fire, but savsd the adjoining IF YOU KNEW
cottages. The flames re supposed to The merits of the Texas Wonder. you
Office Over Mno & Ch l have had their origin in the kitchen, would never suffer from kidney, blad-
Office Over Munroe & Chamlisder or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
Bank. MONEY COMES IN BUNCHES months' treatment. Sold by druggists
OCALA FLORIDA to A. A. Chisholm. of Tredwell. N. Y, or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr.
now. His reason is well worth read- W. Hall 2926 Olive street, St.
TERMS, CASH. ing: "For a long time I suffered from Louls, Missourl.
indigestion, torpid liver, constipation,
-. .- - nervousness, and general debility," he SPRING MUSICAL FESTIVAL
writes, "I couldn't sleep, had no ap-
J E CHACE petite, nor ambition, grew weaker On account of the above occasion,
every day in spite of all medical the Seaboard Air Line Railway will
Tm 1 treatment Then used Electric Bit- sell round trip tickets Ocala to Jack-
DENTAL U RG N ters. Twelve bottles restored all of sonville, on April 17th and 18th, good
fmy old time health and vigor. Now I to return to and including April 21st,
Rooms 9, 10 and II, can attend to business every day. It's at $4.25. For full Information and
Second Floor, Holder Block, a wonderful medicine." Infallible for sleeper reservations call on any agent
stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and Seaboard or writq to S. C. Boylston,
OCALA, FLORIDA. nerves. sec at all druggists. Assistant General Passenger Agent.
*_ 'Jacksonville, Fla.
.-. -- -- Reintroduces His Naval Stores Bill
Into the United Statet Senate A Philadelphia Girl Tried to Kill Her-
L. F BLALOCK W ngton. C. April 15.Sea self on Learning the Man She Was
tor James P. Tallaferro yesterday re-Love with had Negro Blood
Dental Surgeon Introduced his bill to prevent the Atlantic City. N. J., April 15.-Des-
manufacture and sale of adulterated, operate over the discovery that the man
$lMe Over C- e i M A misbranded or falsely graded naval with whom she is In love is a negro.
stores. Mis Geneva Reeves, of Philadelphia,
Phone 211 Several hearings were given the bill daughter of the sexton of a fashiona-
Office Hurs--- to 12 a. inm.;1toSP.- by the committee on Interstate com- ble church at Fortieth and Sansome
Omence last session at which argu- streets, tried to end her life with laud-
TERMS. CASH. ments were heard for and against the anum here last night. Walter Reeves,
proposed legislation, but the measure with whom she is in love, sent her to
was ot reported. a hospital in time to save her. -
In addition to the above, upon the Reeves has disappeared. He worked
H D II suggestion Qf nator Tallaterro. an In a. big beach front hotel. and al-
CHAun LE UL 1 D* V amendment has been inserted in the though his employers had learned that
census bill, so as to extend the census he was a negro, his light color and
S inquiries into the whole field of this'quiet dress led others to believe him
business. to be white.
ad WPM The amendment reads as follows: The girl confessed her attempt on
Office Second Floor The Mn "The inquiry concerning manufac- her life to Detective Whalem. She
Ofhamble secos ank FloorThe Munro an, aures shall cover the production of said she had fallen In love with
Chamblis Bank Buldin Ocala. turpentine and rosin, and the report Reeves while she was employed in the
Florida. concerning this industry shall show in same hotel here last summer, and be-
Telephones: Offlce, 222: Residence. 221 addition to the other facts covered by lleved him to be a white man. She
Office Hours the regular schedule of manufactures left the city and for a while they cor-
9-1z a. m.. -4 p. m, .7:30--2 . the quantity and quality of turpentine responded. When the man failed to
and reein manWaetured and marked, answer her letters the girl became un-
S-- -- .--- - -- the sources, methods and event of the easy and came to this city on Sunday.
Industry and business, and how con- According to her story, she met
THE 0""ER ndA Lsducted." Reeves last night, and he told her he
TIME V Es I L The amendment wa4 readily agreed did not care for her. When this did
m S P" to by the senate and is now in con- not suffice to drive the girl away. he
ference. It is likely to be retained. told her of his negro blood. Then she
Took poison.
Opens Int0 the lobby of the would have meay contestants: but some kidney or mdadder disorder that
Ocala Honee. It's safe to asy that the healthiest saps the vitality, which is naturally
baby would win the prise. No baby lower In old age. Foley's Kidney
Offers the very best service of can healthy who surfers from Remmedy coreots urinary troubles,
skilled workmen with modern ap- they are kept free from them with mr t io y aud restores
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec- Whte's Cream Vermlfugse. Acts stroues and visor. It cres ure kidne
trick fans, electric massages. qulcy, ys.mly--is t Pwpr- so they will strain out the uric acid
gatire. Mothers, don't attempt to that settles in the muscles and joints
*e u Water at rs cdn witot Whe Cr causing rheumatism. Sold by all

VINCENT C. DETTERICH. MVermifuge. Price 5 cents. Sold b druggists. -
VNEHMa r. the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
SHADY We have porch screens, porch rock-
|ADY era and porch settes. Any kind want-
H L.Our farmers are getting busy killing ed. Mclyer & MacKay. 4-10-tf
Cr T1o t a0 fl grass, which the recent rains have - -- -
been ttmaking grow. Soon they will be

Plans and Spc catios Fnuisted owing to the lnne o R. A. tfiila apb Sh p
Upon Request his appointment here Sunday. It be- Bo

ing Easter quite -a crowd was out. In _em et With the Hotel Offics
129 iSow f d St. Among them were Dr. and Mrs. John- C to With the Hotel Office
son and Mrs. ULdol, of fSntos. -
Ocaa, Fla PMw 130 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duhl attended Skilled workmen and courteous at-
Easter services in Ocala Sunday. tentlo ate all. Special attention to
We think our post master and mer- ldren.
chant. Mr. William Jones. would do
WI I l a good thlng to put In a telephone to
M V& h -A Ocala. Very often people In this ELECTRIC MASSAGE
NO R 1Jjll & neighborhood would like to send mes-
sages in to town. HOT AND COLD WATER
Miss Harriett mpson. who closed
UNfiKAL D ECher school at ort King last Monday,-
called on"her sister. Mrs, J.-M. Doug- I K' I UC.
aUitalm r nlas. Tuesdaj bee returag to r oR. KTEICL. rofrietor
home at Weirsdale that, afternoon. ---- - --
D. L MeIVER ALFRED L OWCN Mrs. Geo. Buhl returned from
Croom and Inverness. where she vis-
Unkl d nIted a few days last week.
..Mrs. Deas. Of Camp Iard. is pay- C.BLANCIARD
FM Caskets d il lag her daughter. Mrs. &Snm Redding,
AU Work Dowe by Limsd Em- Mrs. Arthur' Douglas and children TACTO AND BUILDER
rl nt up to Martin Friday and were
blners and F y Gurante L joined by Mr. Douglas on Sunday. Plans furnished
------,--- _,when they returned home. .
Mrs. Ella Sweat formerly of Ocala. on application.
Is making her home with Mr. and
Mrs. John Smith. PA Nm U. Alat na
11rM. Perkins was a business visitor
to Ocala Saturday. as was Mr. John ,
Our old friend Mrs. Hariett Musxy.
of tBitvUle. has been beard trnm GEORGE FIX
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Stir Memphis People to Wrath and
the Legislature w l be Asked to
Reform City Judiciary

Mernphi:, Tern.. April 15.-Brand-
ing many recent murders, in which no
Con.-iction was secured, as "assassi-
nations." and condemning what Is
stated to be a "deplorable condition
of affairs." indignant, citizens, meam-
bers of what is known as the Civlec
League, have passed resolutions which
end in a demand for drastic changes
in local courts. Judge Galloway's
removal from the beerb he has oc-
cupied for nearly twedny years is ask-
Resolutions wh!ch lve been en-
trusted to the legis.lIaA- from thi
district asking for .L ..dlatioa of
power to grant bail to iatrderrs op
habear corpus were albi adopted. At-
tention is called to what as stated to
b, a fact that there nearly sixty
murderers under Indic aent, but that
noi white man has bepb hung In this
cc,!tray for more thai twenty years,
although negroes have. paid the pen-
alty on the gallows it more than ten
in stances.
The league, of 'Aich Dr. R. B.
Maurey. one of the ol4pst and wealth.
iest citizens, is at the fead, also gives
statistics to show tW 1. for several
years Memphis and ftIs county has
supplied more murders annually than
have occurred In the whole of Eng-
The legislature conVenes In extra
session next week. A delegation of
league members will vjsit the capital
to s~t forth their req r.hehts.
If yqu have pains In the back, uri-
nary, bladder or kidney trouble sad
want a certain, pleasant herb relist
for women's ills, try Mother Gray's
reliable regulator, and relieves all fe-
male weaknesses, including Inflam-
mation and ulcerationst Mother Gray's
Australian Leaf s sold ,by druSglds
or sent by mall for 5. cents. Samaptl
sent tree. Address, the Mother Iray
Co., LeRoy, N. T. /

Washington, April S1.-Offcial an-
nouncement was mad* at the White
House yesterday that President Taft
has leased as a summer home the cot-
tage of Robley D. Evans, at Wood-
side Point, Beverly, Mas.
Most Ocala People Ha a Weak Pwt
and Tjo Often I~ the Bak
Everyone has a w e, spot.
Too often it's a back.
Twinges follow eve~snf t*lrt."
Dull aching keeps up day and night
Tells you the kidneys need help--
For backache Is really kidney-ache.
A kidney cure is what you need.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure. a&*ek kid-
Cure backache and all uriamry Ils.
Mrs. W. R. Pell. of ThIrd' 8t.&a-
ford, Fla., says: "I am pleased to
recommend Doean's Kidney Pills taklag
in view what they have done for ma.
I have suffered from backache a great
deal and at times was so lame that I
could scarcely turn In bed. eone
mornings my condition was such that
I found it difficult to dress l met.
Whenever I stooped, sharp ipates
would dart through my body. epe-
cially In the region of my-kidneys. I
also had some trouble from the too
frequent action of the kidney secre-
tions. After I had used several reme-
dies with only slight benefit, I heard
of Doan's Kidney Pills dad procured
a box. I used them and they brought
me the desired relief. I am now able
to rest well at night, am free from
pain and lameness and fell strong
and better In every way."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co's
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 66
cents. Foster-Milbura Co, Buffalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-aad
take no other.
Mr. Charles -A. Millen and his
housekeeper, Miss Hane- left the past
week for their summer home In Re-
vere. Mass.
Mr. Those. B. Quimby,, representing
Chase & Co.. of Jacksonvilie. was in
town this week looking up data for
the coming orange crop. He express-
ed himself as much pleased with the
appearance of the groves in this see-
Mrs. C. S. Gates and Mrs. F. E.
Peckam visited Ocala this week, go-
ing up on Thursday and returning on
Messrs. McCulough and Bennett,
two very pleasant gentlemen from
Candler. were in town a few days

since and tarried over night at the
Pleasant Hills House.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Newton, of In-
tervale. spent Friday with friends in
The Young Peoples Society of
(hristian Endeavor has appointed
Mrs. J. F. Sigmon a delegate to the
State Convention to be held in
Tampa next week.- Mrs. P. M. Oleson
will attend as a visitor, and Mrs. A.
M. Rfed and Wallace W. Reed will
represent the Intermediate Society.
The hous- formerly owned by W. IL
Ramond and more recently by Nelson
\V. William.s, was burned Saturday
night. It had been unoccupied for
-ome time. Mrs. A. M. Reed was the
present owner.

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Editors and PubUish .
R. CARROLL. & s ems Min

The Banner received a dispatch
yesterday from New York annoiun-
ing the! death of Mrs. Nancy Kent
Brown, of Eastlake, this county. at
thf horme n of her daughter. For many
yerMr Mrs. Brown occupied a lovely
cottage home at Eastlake at the most
commanding heights on the lake sur-
rounded in every direction by orange
trees This winter she decided to
spend in New York with her daugh-
ter. Mrs. Brown had reached the ripe
old ag of eighty. but to have e bet=
looking after her place from day to
day. investigating every detail, yo-a
would not have thought she was a
day over sixty. She was a devoted
member of the Episcopal church and
on" of her daughters married an
Episcopal minister, who for the past
ten years has been rector of the beau-
tiful Biltmore chapel near Aaheville.
Mrs. Brown lopt her husband, who
wax a prominent Cleveland physical,
twenty years ago.
The Ocala Woman's Club Is up In
arms because the Banner said the
placing of benched around the court-
house square by Aaher Frank. witi
his realty company's ad. on same. met
with their approval. The clut ,says
the benches are 0. K., the ad. on them
is not to be disparaged, but the point
is this and so emphasized: The club's
civic department, at the time, regis-
bred Its disapproval, of the benches
being placed before the county com-
missioner- as soon as the civic de-
partment -.:arned this permission had
been given. because the civic depart-
ment of the Woman's Club believes
the presence of benches will cheapen
the stately beauty of our courthouse.
grounds and walks to ftll them with
wooden benches, no matter how nice
the benches nor how refined the ad-
vertisement. Again the women fear
the benches will prove so attractive
they will become the loafers' paradise
and that our police surveilance will
not be equal to prevent such a nuis-
ance. The ladles are very modest In
thin matter. They say, "Our voice Is
very small in this matter and we
do not want to be unpleasant, but our
position is very decided and we don't
like to be misquoted."
Dr. Walter Hood and Fire Chief
Hamp Chambers performed a test of
physical prowess this morning. The
electric light company had an old
pole cut down in front of the Star of-
fice and to get it out of the way the
gentlemen named banteringly chal-
lenged ea':h other's strepgth. It was
a good stiff load both straining their
muscles to their utmost and U-e
weight was about all they cared to
toy with, but as they turned the cor-
ner of the Star office to' dump the log
on th" -vacant lot, Dr. Hood sustained
his part of the load with one hand
and with the other lifted the chiefs
hat, as much as to say, "I'm with you
and I'm not on the limit line yet."
Those who saw the feat were very
much amused at the manner in which
the partiess In Interest performed their
The Gainesville Sun says the 8. A.
L. railroad will build a track Into the
phosphate mines of western Alachua,
fifteen miles In length. It will reach
near Newberry and It Is thought will
extend to Archer.

While in Tallahassee. Mr. John T.
Lewis, of Moss Bluff. state 1 spector
of convict camp, was granted cour-
tesies of the floor. Mr. Lewis, speak-
Ing of the legislation, said Marion was
opposed to the Wiggins bill to protect
gophers. What Marion farmers want-
ed was to kill them and prevent them
from destroying crops. Also said the
law protecting alligators in Marion
would be repealed. Hon. James Alex-
ander of Volusla county, in the lower
house the legislature, stirred up a
big cloud of dust yesterday, desiring
Congressman Frank Clark of the sec-
ond Florida district to be censured
because he, Clark. had said In a
speech before Congress the Florida
legislature had instructed him to at-
tack Bryan and Champ Clark. Even
If the legislature did request Congress
to put a duty on Sea Island cotton and
citrus fruits, the hostile resolution of
Alexander of censure on Clark was
turned down to an opportunity to hear
Congressman Clark in his defense.
The resolution created great excite-
ment and debate.
The educational department of the
Ocala Woman's Club has about com-
pleted.a substantial wire fence around
the playground lots of the primary
school building. That part of the lot
facing north from the building is be-
ing filled In with loose earth and
when this I, completed will be set to
grass, shrubs and flowers, making It
a very attractive spot
The executive committee of the W.
C. T. U. held a meeting and voted to
send their president. Mrs. H. C. Pack-
ham. to Tallahasse next week to Join
the white ribboners there there to urge the
passage of the of the proposed consttutonal
amendment for state-wide prohibition.
We understand the Ocala Anti-Saloon
League will send Rlv. C. C. Carroll on
a similar mission.
Mr. Jau. R. Moorhead has purchas-
ed the west end of the old Gerald
place at Eastlake. which tract con-
tains an acre and a half of bearing
orange trees. He purchased it from
Mr. C. E. Baker, of Indiana, who with
his wife has spent several winters on
the lake and left today for their home
in the North.
There were over 6S0 postal cards
and letters mailed &t Ocala Monday to

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ahassee, Apri 14.
To the People of Ocala sad MariKa
I wish to express my apprecatiob
for the many letters I am recealng
from people all over the county de-
claring themselves In favor of sub-
mitting the constitutional ameadmeat
for state-wide prohibition and other
temperance questions. As It will be
Impossible for me to answer eaek of
these letters, I take this method of
acknowledging their receipt and
thanking the good people for the same.
I am glad to receive these commmui-
cations, for it really proves that ouar
people are stronger tof prohibition
than I thought tley were, and I assure
them that I shall do all in my power to
submit the amendment and to pass

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We desire to eapress our deep and
lastig gratitude to esac and every-
one for the many and thoughtful set
sad expressioms of sympathy extend-
ed us In the death of our devoted
daughter, sister and wife, Mrs. Ger-
trud Carter, which occurred at Citra,
Fl., April 4th.
P:s.t-(l'ty sand gratefully yours,
KQ C. Chitty and Family.
Charim R. Carter.

We are prepared to spply our
towers with either buttermilk or
rsator milk as may be desired.
BHawatha LIde IDary.

any other good temperance legisla- I receive evay ,&y fn
tion. R ,tlly, Rivyr el ites "satrs, both
W. D. Carm. Gf oW r 0 mit and ftal
and mult. I can give
FIRST CLASS PAPERHANGING in ish my oyster, frmh a
AND PAINTING ly delivered. Pboe 219 e
-- mees d stall the led. 1-
I have opened in Ocela a shop ftr WILLIAM
high-class paperhanging and palatitn"
and t is y desire to give an esti- The collectors of the Ro
mate on every painting and papt4i odist church received a ter
hanging job that Is to be done I their aervo system Suan
Oeala. I have the best paper man to when they counted their
the south and I handle the fnest and sad found $10,0M0 bll.
most up to date Une of paper, br-. new adverthlng to ascer
laps. silk fabradgoods and Imitation eotribmtor did not give It
tiling, both Imported and domentle O sad if so the owner can hi
the market and my interior deora- Generally the amount of $14
tions are up to date I have made a leeted in the course of a
special of interior work for year and the- great surprise.
can suit any one. I maks the bet
cloth and pictorial, aim all classes of Children especially ke
signs, gold leaf and gilding a spe- Laxative Cotgh Syrup, a
clalty. Ladies desiring to make se- nearly as good as maple i
elections of papers without the trouble only heals irritation and
of going up town will beh promptly nammation, thereby sto
waited on at any time they desire at cough, but It also moves
their bome with a complete line of gently and In that way,
samples. Just drop me a card with cold from the system. It t
the time you desire to see them and opiates. Sold by all drug
you will be waited on promptly. All
out of town work promptly done and PIANO TUNING
solicited. Resc.tti. Ten years experience.
Andy Whitley. any musal teaeher in (
No. 10 Fort king Avenue. a bsic howe m. Jacksonvil
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The annual meetiWng of the County
Commissioners and Rood eao As-
sociation of Florida will convehe In
the city of Palatka, Tuesday morning;
April 27th. 1909.
The annual meetings pave always
been held on the third Tuesday in
June, but owing to the legislature oc-
curring this year, the meeting it called
The suect of Improved reads ls
comn"tn4if more active and practIal
consideraton at this time than a.y
other question of internal Improve-
ment In the states and territories of
the Amewran Union. A ltural,
commercial, industrial, traaspo action,
religious, educational, social and pub-
lic Interests are demanding a sysfeim
of permanent highways ^1-.W kZur-
ate with the needs of the comtry.
The proceedings of the conveotlio
will include address and discuoaciao
upon the scientific, ethic and economic
phases of the subject and Its relation
to industrial- progress and develop-
ment. Legislation pertaining to state
cooperation and supervislon. financial
ways and means, the use of convicts
and other details of the subject will
receive practical consideration.
State and. county officials, mayors
of cities, oficerv of commercial. agi-
cultural, ladnstrial. tlrafpA tattlo,
development, civic improvement an
all good roads advocates are earnestly
requested to be present.
A special invitation is extended to
the press of .the state.
Palatka spreads royal welcome to'
her guests and bids you come
Special hotel rates.
Badges for* all delegates.
The trip will do you good and your
presence will encourage us.
Don't forget the date, Tuesday, April
27th. 1909.
C. L. Bittinger. .See'y. and Treas.
J. W. White, President.
N. B.-The dues are $2 a year. and
we trust your board will see the ne-
cessity of the existence of this asso-
cilation and its usefulness in keeping
alive and propagating the Importance
of the work. Please remit to the sec-
retary and credit will be given you.

"I would have been a cripple for life
from a terrible cut on my knee cap,"
writes Prank Disberry, Kehber,
Minn.. "without Buckles's Aralca
Salve, which soon cured me." In falli-
ble for wounds, cuts and bruises. It
soon cures burns, salads, old sores,
boils, skin eruptions. *rld's best
for piles. 26e at .a druggists,
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Com-
pany is going to do some work at the
cemetery and parties desirtng such
work will please commmulcate their
wants within the next few days. P. 0.
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satisfactory amount of wear in his garments.

question of wear -'tis the question of STYL
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yott Style, Service Character, Individuality and that plea
being in absolute fashion-in perfect accord with good taste-- wl-
gressive spirit now so manifest in men's wearables.

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These Celebrated Master Tailors have been the leaders of Style for more i
a thitd of a century. They design-they create-they are the head mate '
the Tailoring Craft Why select the work of the copyist -- the copyis eveY asM

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If you want to rent a flouse -

hIfyou want to bqy a Housem a,-'

Do you want to sel a Lot, -

Or would you p to buy a Lot, i a. ac a is
It ie in undisputed fact, that Real Eitate brings more e,
to tle amount invested than any other invedtaist will bring. iasats c L."r "a
If this is true, and you know it, why don't you invest in
Real Estate. Home, Farmsn and all kinds of property for % a.0 0b. e l s at
sale at very low prices. oo aa tlye
tort order meal prapy sted
S "- .,. Mr. W. DoLty oa thmp a is at the

Manon Realty CoImipmiy ZIs
--as-- inea liat lghatts arrivals at the
A. FRANK, Manager. oea
'_ Mr. S. B. Joel tNew vToe Is at the
Oeal me.
-OMi f~t M Ldm Mr.K. e msV ftSotlder

L.L EU. T UMpL. C. C. 366113, omL"M-,
G L. J. UMTM. TuM. a
Mr. W. D. Gra-a -aditor for trhe
ISouthme. nI em (onpen. Is in the
SMr. and MrS. mrasats Hopklns sad
A thelr friend cm up tioon from
mn~n amnafrnlf o-I - r ~ Mr. fPla 1tle, manager of the
THE i EPOSITORS IN THIS B Sn Crestgrove at Stanton.
T, .N Swas in town today.
Are the merchants, the professional and successful men and uOmes w Mr. Jas. R. Moseomi went down to
of the city, the farmers of the surrounding territory. Holder today to do qome surveying
We accommodate all classes. Our customers represent the n=i or a railroad spur. -
and women who have built and are still building successfl-enter-a have a display
,,,;, s Mver & Maeay have a display
prices of bird's eye maple in their 'show
We solicit a share of your business. window that is attracting the special
attention of the ladia.


Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida

AI -s-e stcfk e dla e WllWagemi ,, Cr
a rd Car es carried at m OEMs.
armess, Saddes, Lap Noes"Whim, ad md Hem
carried by a -dmlass hme .of ls-ikbad, aM I n
lies Irm the adtes, aid always HI suck dat e very
owest prices.
We cm save Tv mneny yewr purtales, be Sq
large or imadL
Agel lr rm st I the kledlag aud best makes of
wages at buggite.

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Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Yed Beef,
Muttto, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnilp, Beets,
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Oniou


City Market.

Phone 108

Washingtn Seminary
For girls and young ladies, establbthed 1871. Number mearlg stud
ents strictly limited to ensure refined home Ufe. Cih divMeU tat -baae
octlons, personal attention to each pu pll. Faculty pf it peeia COM
pervatory advantages In MUSIC, ART, ELOCUTION. Cwrticatb e mtst f
Vassar, Wellesler. etc. Cattle tre -
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-Bottiled In B.4 d

Four Quarts $5.50

Delivered $.S7S
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Mrs. &. L. Martin, of Weir Park.
who' spent several days as 4the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell. re-
turned home this afternoon.
Messrs. P. J. Theu# and L. Hurst,
of the Timus-Zahry Furnlture Co..
went over to WPrt McCoy today to
note ho, wtt village Is growing.
Mr. Roy Cook of Gainesville came
down yesterday to visit his daughter,
Miss annaie Oek. the. popular sales
lady at Jake KletaW dry goods store.
Mr. James RMot Iead is having a
modern kitchen added to his home on
Tuscmawllla street. LBeneath the kitch-
en s a largi, well vtilated cellar.
made of concrete stone.
.The Woma's e ome Mission So-
ciety of the Methodist church will
hold their regular meeting at the
chut h toan utk afternoon at -:30
o'clock. A full attendance is request-
Mr. and Mrs. OKelly of Jackson-
ville, are, guests of Oe Cannpbell
House. Mr. Kelly has taken a position
with the McKean Lamber Company.
The agles held a well attended
meeting last anMd fitted wings on
Mr. L M Rayse r, Jr. The Eagles are.
goeng to afk Mr. Tonge to put a hy-
drant la the lodge room, right along-
side the aphlam's station.
Mr. Lee Lrtle representing a Chi-
cago manufacturing eancern, who Is
taking a rest of ten days with his
brother. er. Frank Lytle. at Stanton.
was In tewn today. About the first of
May Mr. and &Mrs. Lytle will leave for
Birmingham, Ala. were they wil
nmua the& bowne.
The rOweranent contretors placed
the ftfag f4 in podtte on the root
of the emaemt building this fore-
mao sad 'rom It hosted Old Glory to
anst there dr* mthe. bright days -for
seneratlom to come. -
The friends of Miss Suste Niblack of
DOuseloe, have entered her name in
the Tamps Thmes voting contest, and
have so ftr given her 11,390 votes.
Mlms 9ule l -a very pretty and charm-
itng gi. She is a granddaughter of
Mrs MUL. Dmwand, of Ocals, and has
aNtde quite a nmber of friends in
this city during her visits here.
Mr. a" nU C. L Tarter, of Span.
-ar MMt_ adl' r ifr a few days. the
-guests at Mrs. Beddck. Mrs. Harter1
me thea a quarter to a century ago
was pftmast r of Oea, when the
peotoe was seetaed In a shanty of
.a Ieh w eA tMS tehlemmer bak-

Asmese the. registered yesterday
afteem ad night at the Montesu-
ma were P. B. Rouse, New York: W.
-P. Baya Jacksovtile; A. U. Williams,
Ta/Tmp.; & A. MXlfl Florence, Ala.;
SV. w. enprtOeA: A. R
Wlina faae; _eo. D. Duk-
1t.5, MBlo Cef; X PF. Simpson and
T. M. It-Lt. W*dwood. and P. D.
- Roberta, of Lovea.

The Mario. Ialudware Company put
tp a Deffaig nider this morning to
go to JaMo Martin's plantation at
Sugar Hammock. The home also
Susx ower engine to the Mar-
tipl Aamer IW4n'Up water into
the tank fq their leg engtme.
The fonelowing stence was ..
a sp"Eaf be lately and a
MWatltt made s errors in ,
at an emlNeat toewher andt
made six "It Is ma agr l

bud ftii %

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owe to the coy:at..
rmWk-a~k ,
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ginia Sfistruak tk e w
ran of Mr sad Mr9.m6 0M, b
t1uuk, -ntertaimed saqamty-R*. *
their friends aI a bvtrtIal weir.'
party. The day pr oised to e pt aw
and miserable onem bt r W ia n o -
noon the W-eatm out damti off e
lawn and letting ch little gues ar-
rive without gettlhg wet.
The happy host and hostess grated
their guest oa the front veranda as-
sisted by their r- and t1elr auat
Mim Atdinaso. Mits Virginia wM a
hand-embroldered whte Usen dress
and with El^k bow itner i hair and
pink sasb never eitokd sweeter.
The entire lower Eor and broad
verandas Atre banked w efta ta
all kinds of lower sent ita n f emd
Miss Byrd Wartmanna, their muside
teacher, and M Ms ietUe Wray -Me-
Iver. served a delclous trait lemon-
ade from a prettily decorated table at
me end of the veranda.
Robinson. their Sunday school ta her.
May Turnmley and tte Cars. their
teacher at school, and Mrs. W. KL
Powers and Miss aBther Weathers
were'present and helped to make the
afternoon pleasant. Numerous ames
were Indulged In both In and out of
the house. The atchn-i .---aper
faster eggs proved very ,rtemsti
especially for Mis Myrtle WUtSetM
and Mr. Julius Brown, who zexpelle
al others In completin- e Most
eges. Te .lreA,-wer* d0 0am 0,
dafk stuff AC A f- at ik ^.dr.
from the front gate was another con-
test Similar games mad the after-
SDoos" paa hC .. ,~- ..
Strawberry tee cream ansd ake
,,ere served In the dining room which
had been made matuMiy arttrihVe.
The dining table ws ceatered with a
tall vase filled with an exquisite :eh-
ter of taster lilies placed oR a 9e-
fletor dotted with Easter -chiks and
circled with a wreath of ivy. Placed,
also on the table, were dainty and
pretty Easter souvenirs filled with
marshiellow chickens, out for each
guest. '
After leaving the dining room all
were asked out on the lawn to huat
for candied Easter eggs. In a cage
near the front two white rabbits were
placed, which delighted ecbh little tot
The afternoon as, the guests oi Ma-
ter Lagrange and Miss ViZ .ia 1s6b-
trunk was one of the mot delightful
ones possible and their beautlfUl
Easter party, enjoyed by -thr many
guests, will long be re--e isit
MR& PYL18 GltVC8 A flfeN0h
Yesterday Mrs, Samel n lqsiwo,
is universally noted for ta .b i utdeil
hostess, gave a dinner at er beuti-
fnl country home. five mis su6th *
town,. to five of her maiv ft* l0%06
who were Mrs A W. llams, Nw, ft
U Carney. Mrs. Pa, nees Bows. Ml'.
J. C. B. Koemtee and Mrs. iw4
Holder. ,
The party left tOws aboaW10:* bW
Mrs. Holder' lovely car and the' tb
out, which is oe of Ocala's ptest
driveways, was made in, a very short
The dinner consisted of six 0mae1
each of which was tborougly *a"o-
ed and the day spent as the ueata ofe
Mrs. Pyles will always be a pleammt
"In all my eitclpnew* a pais.,
bi have never seea the equal of
Davis 1e0 Per Cut PW PWfit
t wie cover m treset thsta W
It better, than anyth wg 1 have e.
used. Its finished appearance tl st
like enameL d C. C. Maso. IL P.
Marsal, Texas.

ed for It seemed too much, WI.


wa o, al me a i.T I
Consisting of the stsits andSt
prettier tha he 4*e thid Jttgrm

a white isee over pn .
A In the -ac c prM.k APW'<1160

paoafll wq. -td rlees

an m attuevee young wctal.
K -o Mrs ary Car nvi r I- *

Me ianson, acve o a ttrl et .tv t '

the boder of the table wa : eao
po mlar. gias e.o mpassed. t
chandselers were tWa o dak,
white Battemerubol Mud S&as oam
terd w- the a im vilan. L
the border of thea grl l r
opf solax.FloMeach. athees fbed
Mr. chandeliers wera twoP ink, t r .ae "A
Celed with smad lW p
sable. Om t, l he htando me- e., ,T Ia
we vase o. of-ower *e
ogout a- mf th d
guests spent a fo. .:Cutn t e v MIPw-.

a pooan tasel owe pe gj
Robertsn Mrs.. M 'i t
Mrs. Charlie Xa het*A.. -S

ed lan Mirs. Tamise r ) .erte a.:

anto spod e cld r e n ,lo wo r w,

lteon, s Nteina l t pat tie.
aftefwasc from 4Uin Wf o'vOW b

'damspt and anot tuse s e-rm
Me bode t wthoe ah tw biltiA

fe sona tFom ac o &? fp M ai
bcadetlels wern ae w hi,
fie.t ethe ,h4sme. o sftde.-smw
oit wth eroun fthes dtag

Ropes. Mare w( ,.rr Assesv

Mrs eV M a1n B 1eta .l "'"" s A
e&W cdises the bita of- lead
a the ai"nt reeDt at 1

fe canle e woad eann
- 4d..'*ve LOVELY *Csrt

M ine rs. anoIa ggis t wers

prTheparrtiedatchdsen colofl with twot
two spoons. aThen a drena nt
spoons, te n found their ,pnmr.en ed22
t lhe s o te n tb an
Wbega to lown ter tho M Mtatj- 2fig
.d the ribbons ontuin.
s"d In the mlower bot TWO-- p ~t *fr,
om to tteg "n ~e as4sbS
edl and a -rsellins.*g 4irr e to- tho :16 '1.
basketr wino the veetion gbe WbWI
big asdtet eggS, tha empeaeI indapqu
SiWed with -***r'ttb2L ag. The -
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There is no way of.mak
Dr. Pierce's medicines w
than two decades of popt
sands. They have "mad
A good, honest square-

Dr. Pierce1
It still enjoys an immense
nence in the earlier pe
more heard of. There
to be found in its super
for liver and blood aec
has survived and grown
suddenly flashed into favf
For a torpid fIr
headahe, pwhaJ
with bt e taste
Iaofes sem and
Golden MedlesI
It's an honest, square-dea
no secret, no hocus-pocus
make a little bigger prof

Dr. Pier<
Expecting it to prove a
It makes wek i
Used thaw mome
lind curative &h
ranks, where it
As an invigorating tonic
those who want booze,"
Dr. Plocew's Pleaseat I
in the market, still lead, and 1

b Will cure any c
beyond the reach a

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Exp!Inen tA" trwe %
IntAnts anodCbIva Mq

What Is (
Ol n hra ibahamiem -O
sort%1%*" 0 gond"I
p a tables eltbe Oplunip
subtane.Itsage ft tin a
MAn allys Fverfabse" I
CWMl. It reffiees Teething
6"pantwdmesemy. it maim
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Ling kassng fhmE
dw -ity11
le good mad g6gy I -'w"VkmftI 'ltw- 1 At a wl im *P
-deal meicine of bli mplupm Ubioier"u xsear~adiw T*WIi4 e-
were trift W utn
reputaloa lathe Niestr O wheren
S Ix~dC M ~ ~ U ~ ~ 7.and egnwd on the .Partienlags ,,tiea w. . . .
ludigl~e. Ut poew the Am10c"k~iwbi
idsidalie 4 o
Od of its porl" A I by k -*e They seod *at-jktr Orecery W0 0'i 1-
*aftwt be 0w dy 0 WK.OU4 a e 1s
ior bert. sw m.s ojw Uha is that di mer4 at every o nes-Itini a ip.Its edad~ ~
riormai as 6" a faw tWW SI i eastoma*hor ot his re~skd~ th_-e Amerlean Jh"im 1W CApsii ba&
tdons, its a1"20C 000610, qnwei.=* no softt;hence it ti.Whmwhelfte aimaveydths Ii.
in~h was- ~ a ~ ~shadowed,-the mJolons of tbe soni. s *At imf a..
in N=-w m' -Whave MaragwoMkfltator eiftg now me that of610.mSep" wIOj
o rp btU!fP~vS: Id"n h ee s fogt.polite in their srvla" ons eca.
=a ny occasonsmiafor fhOAeb* of the Tbe hair on tUm ipofA.1wha
"Wr withk Zelaya ..v'rnnmet qiemly 1wufted a dbstnet aubms aiwl
INS.Wthe young( L.001 ofntals 'sock lfte tOat of "e low
iijjjj The dispetehem or the Amnerican AfP- aunsated with rovab -and bu
~,I. f~learnt vre luoreupted and counw- uremfeet. upon. whichl iatsk-. *
6 m fcated &04Gon wevwffi occasions. it Is like thuse f a bins behmg. O
Al-jg J d swbea eusdadmittance to the for- te naft .which are Shr '
SMMSts pdkm wben ==med to ef~kThe t reat -a6st q tal.O
lookvw after-s'- th ntez' qfthe Amert- atpagamuwtk Very ilow is"Mme40
Li med~ wit ii. ngredents botte-wracans of the cefatry It, Is said that thumb oet wefl, ts ~-~
11 ed~~fwwi&SA 10 onbothis is only' a yert oft tbopolicy of To-- moutb xis )mg e.Uk that'1s2t
I L~~.L.. ~lays to drive Americame out of U the fthe hein u~l -
%n ay j country. and that every occasion In monkey, w"ibth he.: rows i**a.
taken to Impress them with their an- slight chin whisker.
,es F V6jei'e cip i uwelcomenem I ws be 1o heckstby. t 0a?
c*% F r~rft -resirpao UMUTEERS WREk SUCC&SMFULknoeewn Vaqumeroe afhf Kia
Sultan Granted 'All the Du,~.dallofteito .
M~sROt1110001.1Troops fS F1T~
FP Am m* W tion at Cduetaptliople is quktteafter mtoosek 1ova"Justa bob'"-AftAoii
two ~w*~pem ~the siciting occuw"enes of Yeatera. Ire 40eshui t f A* V 110
All business is gradually being re- palphatatn. Yewm A
St~d oleo Aftwaned. A majoriy ofthte garriws bles- youIn that *Oy "p P. p .
bwvew, still occupy positions In tPS~m a few days. You w~lvisn hePWAM.,
of heChmerofDeputies and VWtr We a boW.. SeU WS~ hA~WVQW~
aor 6M U, 111StiS 1Wat atify Office. where they await thUe forms- poly Drugstore.
forth30 oa* oof alcowolin 11 tion *of the new cabinet. .*ta__ ~**
x p, The night. however, a oeof#GT
aI~uiw~h in alarmn. Troops -celebrated the, over-' The t-n
whO A .'J fjtU0 throw of the Young'Turks-by drftofOclaterth yw if-
cntnuos ~fe vllys. Tisalarma- onilte The msaUs b*9*Ujs q
*4 thw entire ppOullaim of the eft.Y* ,fti spee~t &t atthe dti- elpk'b t
The people were lgborant of the cauma &ce.All. cOmlal~ntsagalat .
curwSacaft of the Biring. and thought a fight was meats b~ e n be t cow
03. *by' pettion win Wagd"mes
The =UMo ran ndachi7 5. 11L__.
Se of ~~Do nft risk jgy 'CUSSUIS hrUISSIRIU49from thetO g CftY 5MW7o
D~of -yestatay- Inchkie Nesim Pasha.
Ls o Ydw o Bade MWS Dset M~arofjwe nthe tat& QAnbit',UMC
4 eii medichm 4 1aISdicne M-2 doQ 0? VIbiIft5 killed; RtiaPasha, .miniser of USW-"b -
SOLD BY A" l. Gii*Pa"hawho was kMled. -Tit.weO~0
Weywaieaffuyke -14.Ia"A. -

1~US BAI vasoter, fnaw. 5. X. t .*
OTU, BA- me was at his beet, .v
1pm ke spke nWIN In D~ uL A 0%tet POlulS -meWOO s~3.~~
sen,4AO t d N veb, 4e"On~ldth gawi a05
is ".4 weuwspke btinW' Ya g10% ph ai m4m..ItAiWth sPaw sng

M e Wh e beft at 4 skLl. a day? psgm theeffacsysttbeBla*khjjr,;nproprjate to 06e V,~
ytat ewt eumea 4OURLszbark6, pIo1wA oGOWiN _88al otlib, WMis"Ida Wsiiso #Isl
I 'V w~bW Aw ~a leeh Gekler ml A 0 -QAem f, ttIIVibiear GOOSPle as81t uw~v-*mm
is ~ me whg~It wonback Mr. Iiml hmr' ~ L BC. ldair-M abIn
els a md toic, or H""grin~ oghs, 04Aeseoped a posiftiea w"tle.
i 3s~t..~F 3~sIII~is~ I ai~'t ~SIW f* di~ roe" and lung afecrtfous, tor a.11. .11"-*hle awfilook aft~that mtuhI>
_Waii a Sldandft"W weight whatthese aIAaens aercMine" bWsqa*runaft-Interests.
inaiS MAW bper. I 10L sI kgum I "W eWill now. ar *edicl authoritles.L I-I g hwt~
01p ,s~ bbq DWOa .UkWO) I baltre-down in sit cam where there b beans. at ems-timA
Ow Xe orhik breads. Broads IIs away of Seek, lossofalmttlawi.h wlkvnk X~teWMO hiM.of h4 W-~'v
*waiy Af t ftm wamoa, together elm In tho a YG e; f 11! Ited totsparents hew Ze f oraSw, 4a s
mmteecan beso doeubt that jj%, anwiX, He y~urW4to th&_ 1.5W. n
Ilk ~i sm 1p6 f re riee acs 16 valu" attletuYS an
Nmhare a Watph"e for leeches.Me a Seat took Siam ,Monday.
I -&.AEphn- JI--'-&&- ... J6 -- _-16ak ID2-U dR Mrs. UAWillie Bamhhwbm;in

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