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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 17, 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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Volume ID: VID03144
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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IF 80, IT SERVE US .1tHT
It is up to the committee tO S 2 S
We refer to the bead of trade eoI*
mittee appointed to sert Il whit
support our shippers wVUM gie Mr.
E. P. Rentz in building his road Ib
Ocala and continue It to Palath. That
meeting was held Much 4UtL. T
committee then appointed hs i" W
reported though over 40 diSg W
elapsed. It was the NNot eNthiMnffit
meetlnK tever held in favor of a 3ri*1
Ject that meant more to the town t" l
any move ever presented to tne on'-
pie. Yet the chick has not V= 9Z
ed. and now rumor IS current Tk1t Mr.
Rentz ham been Seen by the A. I .
officials and such terms vochite"
hk shipping Interests withot vutt
a dollar Into the deal that he is Is -'
ly at home and the Ocala c CO ltM
can sit down and reflect 0oa 1 .1 -sp-
nems.

MRS. EMILY T. CASEY
Mrs. Emily T. Casey. 92 yeaO age. died last night at 7:M at the heSSM
of her daughter. Mrs. Naaney W i.
in this city. Old Mother Casey. a0 ,
her intimate friends atectiom tely
called her. had been ailing for some
time and her Ills with the lnflrmtles
of age released her hold on life. De-
ceased without an exeeptlon WaU the
oldest person In Marion county. wWh
she has lived nearly all IerlT l her
husband preceding .her ~ to tW..I
shore during the civil war. She lHve
six daughters to mourn her death,
namely: Mrs. Nancy Pries4t Mra. Jf
Pyle-. Mrs. Robert Holly. Mrs. GMeen
Mrs. R. P. Hampton and Mrs. Robert
McClure. Her remains will be InD-.
terre(d in the old Capulet or Cornell
burying grounds beside the ashe oat
her husband. The services will be
held this afternoon at the home of her
daughter. Mrs. Nancy Priest Rev. &
H. Barnett will officate and Mr. ANt
Owens. undertaker for Meclvr & I *-
Kay. will have charge of the ftUeMaL
This Is one of truly o-tinMis
passed from earth to heaven.
WHOSE OX IS GOREDf


Congressman Frank Clark, when
addressing the Florida House of Rtp-
resentatives, in response to the res.0
lutions passed by that body, esurla g
him for remarks made In the hsalls f
Congress. said: ]
"U'nder the Dingley law and uader
the Payne bill there is a tariff, of $30
on every horse and mule brought Into
this country from a foreign laWd that
is worth $150 or lees. If the horm ar
mule so imported la worth more than
$150. then there is a duty e-a jU3
cent ad valorem. So that wheS8
Florida farmer buys a male aetlHy
worth $200 he must pay S0 tor hi
mule. the $50 excess betng tarif, wh"eh
goes into the pockets .of the ade
raisers of Masosurl. Kentucky adM
Tennessee. I referred to this state b1
affairs and I asked the quest itf 1ny
democrats from Tennessee, Keftta
or MissoulI had been before the com-
mittee on ways and mesas or had
raised his voice In that bourne kIn
for a reduction or for the elUllnstls
of this tariff on mules and horas. I
als' called attention to the fet that
under the Dingley law, as well asa -
der the Payne tariff bill, there was a
duty of 15 cents a bushel on e rn aI
40 cents a hundred pounds oan oom-
meal. I declared In my place that this
was a heavy tax on the poWor '1 a
bread. Then I asked If say of theme
*holler-than-thou' democrats fro D
linols. Iowa, Nebraska or Miss1ur.
corn-raising states, had made any et-
fort to secure a reduction of this dty
or the putting of these artidCes 1 the
free list in the Interest of the poWr mN
In thts country. I meant thare r-
marks to apply to Mr. ClaUM alo0
with his colleagues from the .tate
mentioned. But as for my '"tt.~f9
Mr. Ciark, "assaling' him uttes1y or
otherwise, I denounce that 86at
ais utterly untrue, and I ehals0ge may
Intelligent man to find a nla. s t-
tary sentence In my speeh pa
which any such conUm, .iN e b
placed."
A musical sentiment Is swepeage ov-
er the land. The State Muas.al Bo-
cilety held a very sucoeasl ametUMng
this week at Tallahasse. Monday and
Tuesday Jacksonville will give
Ical festival, with a cho al society of
several hundred members, led by the
noted orchestra leader, Walter AM-
rosch. of New York, mad latea I0 the
month Atlanta will lndulge 1 n a spria
musical festival, at which the moat
noted soloists of the land wiN AW.
As instance in yesterday^ lMar. 9.
number of the leading etWmTl of the'
Ocala camp met yesterday 1 the o*efte
of Sheriff Galloway for the sem of the
order and to arrange for the seoai
brigade's reunion In this eity Joa~
2nd and 3rd. It Is the purpose of
Brigadier General H. W. Long to make
this reunion memorable and to that
end there will be several Orators oa
distinction present to .addm the
meeting, also General Long wit c
a sponsor for the brigade, the Marion
Camp 'will select one to represent the
camp and Dickinson Chapter, U. D. C.*
will select another to represent 0hr
chapter. All past brigadier command-
ers will be cordially and urgently In-
vited to be present.

Mr. George R. MeKean had the mia-
fortune last evening. In hsoutg h
fire new Glide auto. to run the whel
against the gate poet and break th
axle. The machine is now In the 0t*
garage for repairs. This accident is
the more to be regretted as Mr. Mc-
Kean and family had been felicitating
themmelves that fhandav there w lld


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.-Umr Young the author. is a relative
4VCapt. W. U IM. Dtto this city, and
'wra" eAk.ummmmBeach,, awvvuemUs


AT THE CVIRCHERS TOMORROW


a. C. caroll, Pastor.
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pre&das T. .
h. C. w eh. Oslneewm e, third vice


eua C. Ocal,. treasurer.
'i Once &. Wie, Jaobseovflle, peore-
The next eansal ~lwsg of the as-
deola[ wlI be held t April. 10t, In

BEWARS



AI "esenry WW asurwl dat the

fAt e the m m wa ft"& s.fSU
oarliam A sdele weel be aser t
em pgagp-i ftom reputable phys-
Sal.s as'the damage wr will fdo t
tam-SAm to the aod yoe ea possMy
deriv fgir thobm. aAa Caft
C(au, maAetured by V. J. ClbeW
& Co. toledo. Owto. caesal as me e-
cult. a" is take n Intmsw. Sting
flt "ey e M beeb a an"emo s-*
tesatO the spatII- a bin- ibft
amR Cae be s" you got t ga w-
SUeL It is take ntenafly aad made&
I ted, f$ by P. J. Chbe fa
ft. "aSUNa"a"ftleu. lle by r g-
C Prti tU. par battle. Taek
&ata 1hpJfl PWlla fer .oeatlpatonm.
lheryaaElates's mother-is-law,
V" a-s her home with hs family.
Weaveds to a very painful accident
yesterday, which may tin ohe eand prove
serous. She o *fte &a eld lady and
while walking lan the yard teu and
struck her eye and bruneed hersIf


you hav* a e gaa and uinaryj
troables por whld tabs mleys KMd-
a aW Remedy I streagtha d bubod
u the kidnegs so tey WW net prop.-
oer. a a aeritm kid y trouble may
do06b by an ruggints.
Vits my i MIWes Rehi
WO tMaVe gM at the &home 51
their to ea Pine streeta aeaew-
ta@adt seweral oa their
U auhem to tt their older
n55 8. gBeswt oas. who in at
homa S Vanderbat Uatvemity. on
his VaS*&ti The oevealg wai speat
pli t va rlm me nd all pse Mat
had a jo"y t .'
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TALLAHASSEE TOPICS


Tallahassee, April 17.--Senator John
P. Beard. terday endeavored to get
the senate to take up his statutory
prohibition bill, but it was postponed
until Idaya of net week. This ac-
tion was taken became on the above
date the temperance committees of
both bomuse will consider the proposed
costittioal amendments, and at that
time both sides wfll discuss the ques-
tion.
The senate killed the bill Introduced
by -.-e -entative SloA. of Polk coun-
ty, which repealed the present law
legralitin horse rane In this state.
This does not dispose of the matter,
became Senator MeMulen has a sim-
Har bill In the senate, and there Is
still another moe Ia the bhore.
The bill of Senator Williams pro-
hbltng neo attending white gath-
werg and vim vwa,. w reported
favorably, and was Indefnltely post-
By the above relative to state-wide
prohlition It is -seen that this quea-
tiso will caim up for debate just one
week from yeter4ay, when both sdes
will be beard.
SSt ottwy inM twil wfl also be con-
sidered and many of the bills pro-
ide for a strict reaftlm of the aa-
loona, which mey ally *erwInate in


CASTWORIA







LAUNCHH MERRY WIDOW
MAY SE CHARTERED
Slaunch e "Meyrr Widow." with
canopy top, sate, swift and comforta-
blne, a for hfte at Slver Springs.
etMaer tor a short trip on the run, for
a mossnalgt earalon or picnic to
otto a river o tfor leng tripe to
15M .o W Aw vie. A careful
Stsiaeer always. In
arP t beat. Orders should be
iehed se veal day ahead to make
wsure an s0an wgien Call on BI D.
Mathews at the Oeala Steam Laundry,
wor pone mm at NA XI. a44m-t
H EART FLUTTERING
Sndiagested oosed and gas Itn the
tOmaeh, located just below the heart,
r 1esss aga at ad causes heart
2a- a Wba 'yar heart trou-
es you n that way take Herblne for
a few days. Too will soO be all right
Mc a bottle ftSI by the Anti-Mono.
Poly Drupr.

FISM AND OYTERS


I receive every day from Crystal
RtWr caboie oyster., both inside and
Gulf oyster salt ad fresh water fish
and mullet. I can give you the be
in s ay oysters, freh and prompt-
I. dv Phems dity market:
88o00 staft e the lest. 1-M-tf
WILIAAM IOJU.LR.


The tax easn .ment roll for the city
of Ocala for the year 1w is now
completed. TIm said tax roll is open
for inspection at the city clerk's of-
ice All complaints against assess-
ments must be made to city council
by petition TI writing on April 20th,
190. E C. S. trunk,
City Clerk and Assessor of Taxes of
the City of Ocala.

We often wonder bow any person
can be pw-maded tito taking any
thinl bet Wey's Honey and Tar for
coughs, colds and lung trouble. Do
not be fooled into accepting "own
make" of other substitute The gen-
*ae contains no harmful drugs and
Is Is a yeow pachige. Sold by all

ELECTRIC SMNOOTHING IRONS
One of th greatest conveniences
about the booe is one of those Amer-
iGan aeetric Anoo g Ihvrons. Heat-
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Chair, that we usually sold for $1.25,
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Rocker, of large -Se, IgulAr prior' .
$4.50, mple sale price..............
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SUING THB SEABOARD-
Mrs. Hepbrn Wants 1A f or ear

Tampa, April 17.-Testerday Attor-
ney HBlton $. HAmpton filed sult to the
United States eourt against the re-
celvers of the Seaboard Air Une on
behalf of Mrs. 0. M. Hepburn. the
amount of the damages being set at
$10,000.
Mrs. Hepburn was a passenger on a
Seaboard train which was derailed at
Dade City, la the month of January
last, and alleges that she was thrown
from her meat and sustaild a number
of ln)urles from the asoedest.
MONEY COMES IN SU ICHES
to A. A. AC-Aolm, of Trewet, N. T.,
now. Hie reason It well worth read-
lag: "Pr a long tfae r suffered from
IndlgetWmn, torpid lI.er, eoMntfpatlon,
nervouseas, and general debity," he
write. "I couldn't sleep, had no ap-
petite, nor ambition, grew weaker
every day In spite of all medical
treatment. Then used Electric Bit-
ters. Twelve bottles restored an of
my old time health and vigor." Now I
cam attend to badsineass every day. It's
a wonderful medicine." Infallible for
stomach, liver,. kidney. blood and
nerves. See at all druggists.
OUTBREAK AT ADANA


Two AumdksheawSS a y Hw

Ca-stsAflt Ie. April 17.-Acaordlng
to advices eceived here from Ada
Asiatic Tturke, two American mis-
sionaries were murdered by the Turks
The massacre of the Armenians, re-
ported yesterday from Mersina. Is said
to have been *mewhat exaggerated.
Reports from that point today Indicate
that the authorities have succeeded In
restoring quiet.
Adne Burning
Berlin, April 17.-A private cable-
gram received here states that Adans
has been aflame since Wednesday,
many houses of Christians being burn-
ed and the most terrible outrages
perpetrated on the Christians, many
of whom have been murdered.
A BABY SHOW IN OCALA
would have many contestants: but
it's safe to say that the healthiest
baby would win the prise. No baby
can be healthy who suffers from
worms and most babies do unless
they are kept tree from them with
White's Cream Vermifuge. Acts
quickly, yet mildly-Is. Its own pur-
gative. Mothers, don't attempt to
raise children without White's Cream
Vermifuge. Price 25 cents. Bold by
the Anti-M.Wonopl T.u A(e%.


IcalFI '


AN INVITATION TO BRYAN

To Coam*e TafHaasese al n rom
Oratntam iSweor Wmh
Frmk Cltrk


Talalasee, April 17.--ac ho e
has passed a resolution to wire an i-
vitation to William Jeahags rran to
come to Talabaasee and address the
legislature. It is proposed by some
than a joint debate be hd between
Bryan and lark. Mr. Brya'Ts asoep-
tance is expected.


FRIGHTFUL FATE AVRRTO

e "I would have been a p se
from a terrib lec1t oI a4 klay a M
writes Prank Disherry, Elhe.-
Mau". w ot -Bw 's ArAn
a, oli .haot red me." t
ble for wounds, cuto a"d b rmli I
soon cures a burns, sqad, ei *Oe4
boils. skin eruptiona. W' I s best
for plies. e6c at a dr ists.

ANOTHER KIDMAPMM CAN'

Scion of a iobh t. Leaut F1i]b
Sredebty SpiOthaed A
St. Lools. Mo.. April T M.- a
Shepard Cabanne, seven yearO ei, a
youngest seln of a rich and fi"N "'
St. ouIs family, was kirtpned ef-
tn front of the home of his grandiMth-
er, Mrs. Julia C. Caanne. In the ms
tashionable district of the city, yes-
'Mere is no clue as to It where-
abouts save a telephone maangWe tro
an unidentified. an. esaOtr hat the
la had been taken 'to LIlsvTe~
Shortly before md uem Mrs Ca-
banne. almost distracted, summoned
the police and put the matter to their
hands. The authertles at lAlsevill
and Memphis have been notified and
will keep a lookout for the boy. Bar-
ring the possibility that he la to the
hands of abductors, who wld try'a
repetition of the Whitla case. It nl th
theory of the police that the kidapr
plng is due to domestic troubles.
The abduction has created a seasa-
tion, owing to the prominence of the
Cabanne family.
A KNOCKER
o a man who ealt see good i art
person or thing. It's a hah came
by a disordered Brer. N YOM -An
that you are beginaftIs to as thiW
through blue spectacles, treat y-OW
liver to a good cleaning out pruom
with Ballard's Herbbe. A sure e
for constiation. dy f epOste W si s-a
tion. sick headwbe, binousina ds
liver. omach and bowel trhONOa
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugptf.

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or Sor oe ee of them. Two SPRING MUSICAL FESTIVAL Bfig sa Cmpasy MuatA.ds m .-
and priss. Ask H. W. Tucker On account of the abore occasion, 9 1 I
ow thm to y. the Seaboard Air Le Railway will
sell round trip tickets Ocala to Jack- Topeka. Kaas, April 1T.-Ob W
F i. 0. Itta, of Oneonta, N. Y., souvie, on April 17th and 18th. good counts the federal grand SJWM resteu
a: "My little gir was greatly to return to and including April 21st day Indsited the Cday ftc C M
IMt b1 taking FAey's Orno at $4.2. For full Intrmatio and n charges of defrauding the wern-
rve and I think it Is the beat sleeper reservadoss call on any agent meant out of revenues due under the .
dw fie fimtliatjm and liver mm m a orwrite to it C. tiwlstm~. Internal revenue laws.


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T. t %WWW W" sto threw the t-to:'We tdi' ~e
or 4". bill, 0 -4cr"am threouga eut Need?- 1)aiaied by ,Aa Mcf-x
is a YJUmdce wi..bw-6d *afr4-aa5

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aM rewtcogfw -e oatteaft, Urnto e the T~~LM Pods", as
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=am-iwAl.at thehecal Houwere peaInt &dwf N16

At- a *Now ba -wo
Mer.&Wm.acoua p.4-S-udlnm the. visCtors o.'006aony
of Eustis.was en's vityIU: N5
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Wmroedaccommonveaete amll cSit no-9_%41" at Yew to oot' c mhebadkay is twl
th cty hefamesoft~ ar.U4~tElk, the inkf en ~atm ~~U~g
trvimair. a t.- ImwAwtf la68rail
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Ar temelletrth pif 1%On JachsevU, pstbe boteray sal .,C) 4-
--Okwe. frt'. ~ayat te-- .lL

Wei o.1.1.al~ds~ 4Uft8i*W i t awPrsrt.- he -1,01if 1
14 isqe~~ i~~a ib T esOeetY
women who have built "d 00ipses -;;7 4a W W "116111t. i


~ .~ ,sp5t Me~slday wit hispleaingMr. J. D. Tons& of Wulta LAi M.
MI. 1snme ook ~-C., is at the Ocala Booms M2 1. 3Ci~b
'A ,IW-1 Threoez86advl a~yY5jthIe Q..la dafteat Isa1le
-~m O. .. b. at te MWHome yesterday. *961mthlsnow-~. a rt
iii;& Y60mor A"Is,-tsiu, -40
a wi~w I ~.g. Gergia ~ Mr. Cbs. w. vWhim O ~wiV Teak AIbhicorier.,- bi
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Mr.. MomthmeksAtthism ofetOtowiDeos is15at tW ocawm. seeM
Wa Stown today divesedatthe pe- o
~~-'--*,~- ~ emetieme of the1iy With h. es lsts em tW#m aln .3MuM 1~
339 ceftat Viee Gbe.

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WM n.ow W.t o t.the R tsiikem rerthe v-A, eht, %
J. i... .. .. titbie~w Mrstniym teard- I .D *&
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Naturally makes them shrink from the delaste qusione .
noxious examinations, sad u asnt loca ta ,wc
physicians consider eseuiaaW the 1n f o woat.
S Yetif help can be had, k 1 bembito this ordeal a let
S the disease grow and spread. tb th sootes the wom-
an undergoes all the amyance sa h r noe thing. TboUm ds
of women who have been cure by D Pierce's Favoie Pf atip-
tion write in appreati of the cur which dispenases with the
initionn and local treatment. There is a other medicine so
and safe for delicate women a "S Favri Pieecription." a
debilitating drains, irregulkdi ad hm le weakneu. It w a p.
almost alwas cures.

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Some of the numerous and strongest of professonal endorsements of its ingredi-
ents will be found in a pamphlet wrapped around the bottle also in a booklet
mailed free on request, by Dr. R. V. rc, of N. These profes-
onal ndoremss uymount of the ordi-

The mcst intelligent women now-a-days nisti on knowing what they take as
medicine instead of opening their mouths like a lot of yoo7 g birds ad gulping
down whateveris o~ered thei. "Favorite Prescription" s of W co
rosmoN. It makes weak women strong and sick women well.
Dr. Pierce's Medic- Adviser is sent fr on receipt of stamps to pay ex-
pense of mailing edy. Send to Dr. L V. Pierce, Bulo, N. Y., 31 one-cent
stamps for cloth-bound copy.
If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge, by letter. A c ommnica
tons are held sacredly confiential.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate and regulate ch, liver and.
bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take as candy.

THE ORIGINAL
LAXATIVE
HONEY and TAR
Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Orippe, Asthma, Throat isthe
and Lung Trouble Prevents Pne~monia and Coa. mptio n YELWA PAC=Af
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A 41-ui Wesm, Sme frw Ser
3aml s Week.
BeOatO. April 17.-The leasthy
tgattin against relatives of the
late Aadrew J. Davie, the wealthy
Montana mine owner, by Mrs. va
A. Ianrsoll, of Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.,
widow at the late Col. Robert 0. Ia-
graoll, ended yesterday when Judge
Wiliam I Putnam in the United
State elreit court handed down a
at dee e awarding Mrs. Ingersoll
S138,810 with Interest sad costs.
SFoelMuaf the deatht ofr Mr. DarYs,
ewNtal t his relatives engaed Col.
Igerall a counsel to break Mr.
Davis' will making a contract by
which they were to pay him $100,-
00. After Col. Ingersoll died ais
widow, as aditalstratrix, endeavor-
ed to eoUeet this amount from the
Datvs relatives, who coatested the
esae. edimlda that the tun servlee.
caned tor by the contract had not
ee performed. The case was
teaght through the courts until Mrs.
tageraeBas victory yesterday.
*VfMWVKr AUTHOtirras SAY
that eat-door exercise Is needed by
the Amtercan people. That' all Tery
riie Hit, Bow can people with rhem-
mastu flow that advice? The ana-
wr is very simple-se Ballard's
Iaew Lnlament and the rheumatism
'W sgo: leaving you as spry aa a eolt.
,Gve quick and permanent relief
tram. rheumatim, lame
BWaen d al pam s. Sold by the Anti-
- TLUpobL zK Store.
CANTALOUPE BASKETS


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home to your mai that you pa't
gat better blank books, typewriter
suppues or office supples ta gew
eral anywhere In Oeama or for I S
meoy thaa you ea at oar torM ,
what we w to do here. If ye
ee a new at of books for the year
of IS0 let l give yN e prices.


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Washington Seminary
CORN NR ORW= AV&. AN D BAs(On AUaJTA, SA.
For ilrls and youan ladles, eutablahed 187S. Numher bardlac g a
dents strictly limited to Ianre refined home nw. -Clain divided into
small sections, personal attention to eah U plL 4 aaty of 18 spedal-
Ists. Conservatory advastages la MUSIC, ART, 1LOCrraiitW Ct
cate admits to Vamar. WetBlae etc. Catalog tem.


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Shave a solid carload of cants-
Sbasets I eor warehowue *ad
-e thea very loest peasib
Ses thaM. Mdelr & MacKay.
im 81 s W hI e MaMAD ,


Mulanti- April 17.-4ao H
preaduet of the tloal Asso-
a atf Mauter Bakers, haa writ-
to ghh emIbers of cousrae
mi their 'orts toward prohlb-
Scorameta of wheat. Mr. Ha-
he bakwer throughout the coma-
will delav congreia with ap-
Stfor latsou forbIddi sam-
r the measweie of fU.
t bread tis a thAing at the

inm*apli. Mian., Aprl 16.--
an ay that they barely corns
iven at the present cost of D Or.U
r anmnow maNki a fourtee
a lata s sxtfeen ounce pan
a e es edng a agreement
iaMe tihe weight of the lad to
-b **mwe. The price -t the
6 s**t, win m ot be advanced.

ue.at Ia., April 16.--4 a-
i st th, hih price of ator eme
ry dmod tas eeon today. Oth-
we e miawaig an Rtre m In
prie at b ead or a redacUto lai
atof the ltoa.

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watek wer kept. I inurved to rub all
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