Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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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 19, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03145
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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A Powder lade of PMn

Skimmed ll1

MIL-KOW is the sed f 1quM
milk without the butter fat. MIL-KOW
in liquid form is a deiciaose ad sagt-
fying drink. MIL-KOW is prodm
without preservatives or aduhteranft
MIL-KOW is th rougly slFri l-ad. No
danger from diMesse grm Mow bw
used wherever milk is wmeed for
cooking and baking. Two Means for
25cg makes six quarto pure skimmoe

O. K. aSRfD"
CLARK BROS., Prriefmre


(Oire Over Munroe A ChamblMs'

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Rooms 9. 10 and 11.
Second Floor. Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon
M*e@ *@m Csl 3
Phone 211.
Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m.: 1 to
5 p. m.

Office---Second Floor The Muaroe &
Chambliss Bank Building, Oeala,
Telephones-Office. 222; Residene.,
Office Hours-9 to 12 a. m.; 2 .to 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.

THE 0, 0 I AL


Opens Into the Lobby of the Oua"

Offers the very best aile of,
skilled workmen with models W
pliances. Strictly saiultaty. is,]tIte
fans. electric massages.
Hot Rtunang Water at ANB Taes


Plans and Specflcatoias Paralshed
Upon Request.

Ih South Th
Phone o180.




I). E. Melver Alfre B. -Oq

All work done by l esaWd eimbbaW
er and fMlly uamitede*


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of tb, m. idra it. tha famous op-
SgaaiatioM of newspaper. men was'
kept ay ast aight serving uar wt.
a*nd-- hlir at x spec al dinner com-
plinamtary to the new mntstiao
.sren p. the banquet ball f the MNw
WVllard. 'Ca.e Was taken that men.
pasMlnaMtl M le poUe eye got an
that wax pom to tf them the w y'
of thrust anad ibes that kept tde
great saemblage lt a consatai state
a uproar. And Amhe. sp there were
seam sAta by an esato a of sc n-
dilating stare that would have put to
blush mea who coat the

opener, and it Ota lke othis:
gaoundt d-wodest tlde anerahorn. well
sing paothero'abng
About the- tri- that Taft once mad
when, with diagstgon sgtong
He ate his share of everything that
they would bring along
,As we rent eating through Georgia.

We tackled the opossum that they
took such care to bake:
We ate canned watermelon and a dish
they called Woe cake;
We didkt even draw the hne at alli-
gator steak.
As we went eating through Georgia.,
By Southern hospitality our hearts
were surely won, .
And we resolved to do the very best
that Wit be done,
For democrats; and so we saved some
pie for Dickinsaon.
As we went eating through Georgia."
And the chorus! well it would grate"
on the serves of a hungry man If he
beard these words:
MHurrah, hurrah, we sound the Jubilee;
Hurrah, hurrah. 'twas something uee
to see.
We put away three rmeals a day,
And sometimes three times three,
As we Went east1g through Georgia."
After a good deal oa. sparring over
what was the ileasig of -dead liter-
aturf" and whether It referred4 to san-
scrtt otastee, the ead ma' declared It
to be president's messages.
Re-inded fe Reosevetl
"Say, Mr. Wee President,". a mem-
ber of the "cabiet" Injutred. "do you
remember the morning when all those
boilers blew up and scared -a lot of
"Oh, yes,. I remember It perfectly,
but I do not see why It should have
scared anybody. "It was merely a big
Tes, that was It. Everybody thought
r.-':tisewvtt bad come back."
th-e White House cow. how already
fmous, was mnde the subjeet-pt one
of the best tstkie of the eventng.. At-
tended -tr hirr, mad, a splendid
Imitation e' the -ovine was led Into
the room. wicb instantly ed' the!
"president to bjirre "hat's thisar
He was poumttylWfraed that whbte
there ham been a l)t of loose talk about,
the oposum being thi sanmal emblem
of e,.rest *t 6 ittstratio, an&
tUbtteth Teddy bear was one of "my"'
-pouile that hd be-a Inherited, It waa
*l aaemse. 1The emblem of this ad-
*trst,." said btheanimal keeper,
,e .the ew, and thai is IL" It.was dis-
onceet that, th milk 'pall was malus
the 4ae8 L40 "ad a Ia d ta stead was
fnaid eagOtes tiltes, among wtieh

tron Senator W arI> as follows:
4"We tin", aimeWftoh the tariff
bil anhd ves a Payne from it In-
stantly.",. -
A rtse .s & Uncle. Tom's Cahin
smade U is^ val of some of the
other atuly ts. Oilsa was depicted
as 3nIat I "aN the Iee holding 1i
her alg lt ISdrea. Maximum, and
Ni"tH Wr .ape4 in the tariff ill
,aM -Me4 ....he Howl of the gre
*9e e -
d te ~segarda. Te
"wWjer .e s llve u aSrea wby

atam is a -a io t klate gers.
:a& mWeI see1 tg ipg. ft eaIhee. lit
be a- i -e -embranes and.
etingh taoge. e, infamed na roi-
~ot tbuea an i q ace cured an"
*.imerhag4. - De. Gee. .)tore,
sa.J sadn a, 6 ,rstees: "t owued
-s a r mounesd hpse-
less by all dectraui 8c. $1. Trial
bottles re. Alt raggts.

Uttle Rock, Ark. April 18.-When
aakfd yesterday relative to a report
that he would be a candidate for thme
United States senate to succeed Sena-
tor &. J. Baitett of Nebraska for re-
election, W. J. Bryaa said:
-arwill ai say I witHnot ueder .ay
creu-mtances be a candidate, bu I
wouW prefer dr.t to be."

tt^ -^ t any Chat the h eat
aby wsld win the prise. No bamy
,da he healthy who sauffee fram
Q--fL^tf'S~k. ha^k Mh^ odedmm^'t^ ^K *~a.. l 6 *a M1> i^F-h

Hard to Tull Whieh wiUll Win in Tsa.
cey--Mamaa. and Plag ie in
Asisa Mw
a0onstantinople, April S1.-The com-
muttee of union and progress has giv-
nen convinc no proof of its power and
Ilfience over the third army corps.
Two military trais, t-ach containing
'9SW, Infantry, arrived yesterday at To-
hataUe. about sixty-seven miles from
the capital, aid four other trains are
expected to reach that point within the
,next twenty-four hours. Preparations
also are being made at Salonlki for
the dispatch of a number of additional
tracts for Constantinople.
Within a day or two the committee
wiU have between 15,000 and 20.000
men within striking distance of Con-
tantinolef where the mutinous arri-
on. having praetically discarded its of-
flcert and all discipline, certainly will
notice able to offer resistance.
The British vice consul at Alexan-
dretta telegraphs that the most dis-
turbid condition prevails here and re-
quests" the Instant dispatch of a war
vwsel. It is reported that serious dis-
turbances have extended throughout
the Vilayet of Adana, although details
are lacking. A telegram today from
a vice consul at Adana reports a great
lose of life and property at that place.
but it adds that disorders have prac-
tically ceased In the town.
Serious attacks have been made on
the Christians at Tarsus and part of
the town has been burned. A school,
thought to be the American school,
was saved. No additional news has
been received here regarding the fate
of the misstloaries. A British warship
Iis now on its way to Mersina.

r the several fredimentscf whleh ht
Pierte's -dcietis composed, a gives
by0I degia all toe several school of
ldl&, ahoUlt haU e far more weight
say atamoutqo noewfe- tonal SA-
monlala. Dr. Ih o'slravoritePz"mri
SMi uasm MADos ow osnaMrrUF n ry
botlae-wappl. in a full lit of aB W is-
rsdisaiprinted In plain Eaglib.
it yfarranInvalid woman and soft

wor prthap dark spot or specks
s lebse taewsMe faint spell at i
sIeyaiused by female wmih
uA mdrageetofhe t wa
ar as, can not do better tha tsanl
Dr. F Favorite PmtcIptlon. I
The Stalsurgeoa' knife and opera
Utng ay be avoided l the t
se e of wite Presriptlo In such

ea- sa a tt ca

astea no dolve ic.known to =ca
leanm fSr ct o flo w an's pmuch t

Proatu~ On;t will Mt perform IraM-
lea 1 not diGsole or care tomorM
KWelfaR wH It will dO as each to
orou health la Imet weak-
n atd uilnests penuliarl acident to
wome Ws.S medicine ean. It must be
fforea staanane biesrera eA

I'MVotelaft invitd to neouDt Dr.
P trc&by letterfra. All eorresppd*
inf arsded as scraedly secret and
wcna coaokeneme are protected_ ,
Address Dr. X V
S a~t Pelets the bwt
axa vtie awl zuatr of the bowe.
They l gua "stomach, lver and
bwea O *lsagatv e two or thi.a a
jj~- -i obm

Chicago. IlL, April 18.-A squad of
police and large delegations' from the
athletic eluba went to South Chicago
yesterday to escort Edward Payson
Weston, who is walking from New
York to San Francisco, in this city, to
the Chicago Athletle Club. WestoA Is
on schedule time and Is In good condi-

'12b. merts of the Texas Wonder. you
* wid never suffer from kidney, blad-
dr or theapatei trouble. $1 bottle two
msaths' treatment. Bold by druggists
*r b mtiU. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2)26 Olive street. St.
tool, Misso.ri.
TIWe launch "Merry Widow." with
cam r top, safe. wit and eomforta-
'he..Is- for lhre at SMver Springs,
either Lr a bort trip on the run, for
a e0onlight excursion or picnic to
poWts on the river or for long trips to
Palatka or Jacksovill.e. A careful
pilot and skilled engmneer always In
charge of the boat. Orders should be
booked several days ahead to make
sure of an eugagemet. Call on R. D.
Mathews at the Ocala Steam Laundry,
or phoe him at No. 101. 3-24-tf

Stiff neck Is caused by rheumatism
of the muscles of the neck. It is usu-
ally Woane4 to one side, or to the
back of the neck and one side. While
It I& nftdm a dunlik a kt-C-nt1 n1.4,- vv.M

Se -etary WHm 1 ereSho ld
bea P lay, d anSde-ulatrs a .

Washington, D. C., jAr 9.-S-Seerv
tary of Agriculturwe .Ileant decasres
that there Is s fIcleM wheat in the
country at ormuat prices to make
bread for the Amnriet people up to
the t6e1 the new 0cro arrives. -_
"Those who attempt to keep the
prices up at present Mte expect to get
their money out of the cnunmon peo-
ple. who are the emstUaeTB. The
large majority of what has left the
hands of the farmers. A Actitlous
price has been created. The farmers
are not the beneelarles; Net lear
they will naturally plaat *iMh t p~a
when the gamblers will aet in Itthe
market and.d mosle will .be done by
the distartaice of the crop system.
The rleportrs of the department are
farmers who know, I t any s- doe,
the actual facts. We eaftOt establish
the truth as to the gxa a Sappiy by go-'
ing to the ,nmblerw
Of Olantments te Catafh that Ceataisk

As mercury wil su xel deetroy the
sense of amell and eoapletey derange
the wheoe system, when emteria it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be ueed sept
on prescriptions from reputabe hy-
Iclans. as the damage they l 46.o
ten-fold to the good~ ya can possible
derive from them. ,Bal's nailhb
Cure. manufactured by i. 3. J.Chaq
& Co. Toledo. Ohie, mtalI mewnkin
eury, and is taken itemaia, aMatig
directly on the blood and amieo r.r-
faces of the system. Tn bui4ag BHam
Catarrh Cure be sue you get the ga-
ulne. It Is taken internally and miase
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. 5. Chefty A
Co. Testimonials free. Bold by drug-
gists. .Pries 75c.. per bottle. Tath
HIaJl's a tly Pills for consUpation:

ments issued by t mU wheat ltter.-
Ply. over the am slet u a ll'ydemnd4-
td haalmost psract'sAld sa P
hlierpool. Eng., April 17.-atte-

Thb "ports show a 'greatly reduced
acreage toin Europe. Itusia and the
Daaube country are eighty mi'UlU -
,bushels short. PattAt is given the-
credit for pushing ap the prl e but the
belief had been exprssd that prices
would have soared as iUgh, naturally.

I receive every day from Crystal
River choke oysters, both lanide and
Mulf oysterp, salt and fresh water ah
and mullet. I can give you the best
In sh any oysters, fresh and prompt-
ly detvered. Phmnie .219 etty market.
ftcon statl on the lest. 1-i2-tf
You should .at elar -under any,
circumstance tw ouea of kadney and
bladlder trouble. You-, should take
someth tg promptly that you know' is
reliable. something -ite lDeWtti Xid-
aey and Bladdei Pills They arw un-
equaled for weak back, bdhaache, In-
fammiatlen of the bladder, rhem atie
pains, etc. Whem yoa ah S-r e-
Wltt's Kidney. and Bldder Pts1, be
sure you et tbea They ae a--
.septic. Accept no m atltutes: Italst
upon getting the right kind. Said by
ali drusgists.
Haw you 'eea thp nev visible FaJ'r-
Suotes typewriter? R. C. Dvia & C4,
generall agents.
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lonicinia nuunnep-

ua Conaom Wimh the Notes Onee

Skilled workmen ard courteous at-
tention to all. Sptcial attetlO to

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h eas a 4 ,siii-

the wanderer anld w lelsBf

boarded her hey found a lndle hI
snuff ithi de .
*Themmem s a -.lh hi

has dat s 4 nadt
Thursday morau- te -;ttlel
sighted ds.ty arle& t o.t

the wanderer 8a0 wh5 S me
boarded her they found a eade e *li-
Ju HOw in the h Anuin.
CiWgWe crew. agha l 1|mr

crew is a mvter. Fla
found lot at iue tne- | 1iit-

for a pol ,at Baeg 4 ,
Jame" C. C-aniurd -bav.d
Water' edge w.t thge gld
side. he or utewhata re m'
wio visited the ve-d ta 1

lerebef trason
havw Caused ^

poly DasasM.s

oe ,a battle. Ml Wk.:

Ia AwNb ,gii
Ovi, booy

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Msotbe-lsisWbe o mmo *ol
hisw eat trnt"Vaib 'eou. arnji.i .. ..
meut was's Deaf*bls~i'

4me W4d ala ubhi

ehuhreA buthr iili

loep obtferiahs
sp T hew stun e ame*d

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pa~eesi a dwfl, r tat us bp

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1 aftt lot ,1 ue-d

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&stha re p bk~ts *Wo yof,

.Was tWrjrlw*m)SbadtIf

pac* at: tw"days the bft -a t skmi1 -
rdfrom my A.M &" fean 9 *kt I-.
Edased mt am I w Waw em it''a
gratd m~eain um'over mw sum."
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LAnuvg the wardsf.m- ow to
i..wsu r~uty w E it 5mrwse& o
teacher In t'emmYITrauin un
nowe. MW nee's5
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C. I- B.ner a ". LI. BittiI sad . Carrel t with a Ie .-
that ho be whe n *s ti" t f eral we0 .11"-"ut wth a view to
Editors and Publishers. stay a ehWAllamitw to belt I: I beht atibO Mg s 1 r bhime a 80
confevemas. U&VWeM leaves a %@ o ..meRM a that Itit sm
C. L. sITTINGER, Edtor wreta the aemsa to ummia f thea.y g, oea d -1 010 11a11e a.d ha111. -.a _
-so eise.. 'At b."_he vw e e N*--is-* t..
R. R. CARROLL. uesines Manager feelinsgy e spe te s lb e law a taureth t mi i mmsooe w, a* sm -
__ _analyIeart on a pet e e a aah s t Mro Ihb. s -. 4 0 i &
the worked b h OeWe 0t & a b the-Wer R. Iti 9ipe l-at. lM M;.+l-
DR. EDWIN W. PUGH htts98eh*h tad 3 s7 11t e111t a. Ist me1eifl to d ls .
part had bes t the s batd u~'l i 5t ,. t. s ta nw .
The community was shocked today the aL e tbe t m he, *d Ia:-. i ltg nliw aW*dwe w ort." -.
when it became known that Dr. Edwtin eelv a e5u Se t eS e als T to material walut tot oW rt at Ma- ..
W. 'ugh died at 4:29 'clock this chsu~k In OweMsbore, X at |e bl- tiS. it. W 4 v m ; T.b I Mi i. ..
morning, after an illness of less than debated the 1hattsrWiti:hubffw a l ot Imi et w onteiA.hId s ". ., .
two days. I"on time and asily fe' prpr aLUr e M. a te m t Tte -
Th' deceased was born In Perry., gud0.e- he e. 4 4 te -
Ga., about 42 years ago, nd has pr.a- ofeInim to ASiT tO iM It. .
ticed medicine in this city twelve years bound t OtheM miA l ----m i-'ls IBInlJ -
leaving once for about a year, the n hlw i td go. bt ul to e da0 MWTI
returning here. When quite a young two months noticetso M t they m sa t -o tihe a g
man he moved to Anthony. Florida. He secure another pester heb he left. an -- a a The
was a graduate of Vanderbilt Univer He asked lfor Imnfte ae se but ____ 0itwA ti s A 4 Obto t Ae
sity, in Nashville. Tenn., and was p Mr. Isaac Bve. moe that the t .- ttoet thm te >t$.l thagi tt .:
Ident of his class. whole matter be aId ever t .l ovlws OMl. hl We ': : "" '*
Before coming to Miami, Dr. Pugh regular chm bIn.l ss t which O e u The S w s m a % k T -e "-f&-
practiced medicine in Palm Beach for will be the frst W imday la a benrW a toar .t1o t i. -. ,a
some time, but like many others saw Judge Bulk&k a0m10 d the mot s b Mby g* u lPaue Ar 11 lp11 oSC It
great possbilitlltls In MiamL BHs life having a cMnt otemmle t to -M years ago. smh 1atIr 1'ti *ft 9
here was spent In reUeving suffering fer with the p str .a ale hm o ..m- T"M i t pop .ontt- .e "-
humanity, and a patient's call was. withdraw his roeilgao. tnhe ...
never too late in the night or during tee to report at the m 11 m- te"b l l c t1 is -be" VtO .a-. .,' .'here 4%
too stormy weather for him to respond meeting. The Jdge bayte very feel ed by ie W gBe of the kI*aot two A e lI. e s-.-
and thought of remuneration wag ne- Ingly of the relations that should etat sonaries at Aam t 1i ...
er seriously considered by him. It has between pastor and people and ad- NW PeatuUK KMVERT DAY missionaries were MR. ag ginad Mr
been truly said that Dr. Pugh was a mitted that he had been very rem In Maurer. The others connected with 1
big hearted man and never spoke of his own duties In that dizroti. T.he D C Ops 7 *. the mission are safe. Including Mr.
another except to applaud some eom- motion as amm" wwas oan lt& e Christile, Wo is at Tarsus.
mendable trait of character. He was fOn e l il a ioatid.4 a Pmw 1m Iwae B d Three French wdrhlps are hurrying
everybody's friend and all who knew 1y: Mr.f t "eY awMr. W. T. Gary, to Mersina. where the situation Is de-O
him well, were his friends. Mrs. Standley and Mrs. Lvingston. THE DOCTOWIS DODGEB perate. FP reluers and man y ohist-
Deceased has ascended high the lad- Iana have tabeuu reftge Is the conam-
der of Free Masonry, and was a mem- JUNIOR LEAGUE MA aes. The local top d th "goer-
bor of the Jacksonville Shrine. He CEROMC LIM SAVE nor are doing-their best to proteetMthe
was elected president of the Dade There was quite a jf attendance at town. but there is moare real ter that
County Medical Association at its last the Juso a e yesterday R MUSICAL AGENT'S DREAM It cannot eald Out ch le ~er w agai:et
meeting, and held that office at the no The subject Wa TMWeIdsW" NWsN the lavasin aof the MoeUWSos, who are
time of his death. and Clara BeDe Stuart led the eet- sweepiog down large ae mITers. The
On the Inst of August, 1905. Dr. Pugh nlag. There was a Ielttboes backi6 "- Iamd vise i tcoulat Ma Sln -
was married to Miss Adeline Austin,bord Illstration, Bible re dg ad a Debs, owng to s tertptios of cm_- fy.
at her home In DeLond, Florida. paper on "Weed'--weds which am IA&VS 9P AM CK M mo- eti.ton, hass been unable to p od ft a
The remains will be shipped to Jack-. aociated with lasinese, Interperanca, -im ceed to AdanL A britih warship ist ._. mV .
sonville in charge of Mr. W. W. ignorace and detruetion. The atten- proveedig to Alexadretta, which is-
Charles, representing the Masonic tion of the Juniors was ca ed to the t the UOit .the osums.31"l&0
Lodge. Burial will be made In Jack- leglsature now In 0sess1t, with the THRE TANOARO MAGAZINE According to the latest news from
sonville cemetery, by the side of Dr. request that they add their payen to OP TH MSIC WORLD Adana, the B *pal rio e do not dare to June 1 .
Pugh's mother, who died about twd the many others for a law whclh wl, leavq t We isulaes house. They are .
years ago.-Miami Metropolis, 17th. banish whisky from oW taur state. Per the Tea en tuden ad Amater suffering orn. lack fof provislMo f Our f m s -e l" Ou B
Dr. Pugh is a half-brother to Mr. Miss Walters, the superateeeat, read ch I e cotalAB: medleaea. and have seut a appal to ;t-
Robert Stripling, the Ocala district a letter from the matres at the er- pages of ew and standard mauslc the ulltat aruth IU s for protedte. a d il t fe w a a O ki .
agent for the Florida Protective Life ph5aae at Biterprte, rat y voc ad tr ent al. (Retail value Adams is otl butg and it is report- A
Insurance Co Dr. Pugh has a hoet of askaowled8g the reaepta, the Ie at least 3.) ed that not less than ,kM personal am A, ."
old friends at Anthony and in Ocala shipped to them ut aat ttm from 4 pages of In eating, Inspiring honelea at Ta. 0 U8R M O .tp l& U
who remember him as a school lad at the League. There were twelve new reading uattr, and advertising of
Anthony and later when he left to members received Into the Leagues, value to Vsrltvak and musl e loversa.Wehvwo VO."
study medl. ne. who will regret to Rev. RH. 'Barnett making some ap- -.1, Le1 i01 Him 011.
learn of his death. propriate and sImpreslvre remarks. Bl e r sf Om t stSta tet h.....
Next Sunday wil be misslomary Bon-
day In the Lague Oro Halsey will rin, etc. Pre.$i.3"Year
WILLIAM KNOBLOCK S ?S !Subsoritis Pride SIA r YearUnited Stato w puity A
WILLIAM KNOBLOCK lead. There willbe a missionary talk a
Mr. William Knoblock, of Martin, and an object lesson on Japa6. to- m +'ata "a",y ++'' ";'+ s
-ead 1i cents m diuapy for a ample are 4AXA < a ** -II
.who had bae dangerouslysick, gether with appropriate adings and- taus etmsic and msuetd esi-e
ed wayeac.fully saturday afternoonsong. The first Sunday In OLIVER DITS ON COMPANY
at 3:,0 o'clock. His remains were In- league lly ay In coton Oblhi... .
torr d at the old family burying of the organization of the Npworth ,m Trm gut OL bege, Maes.
ground at Martin. where the ashes of League. The Junior will endevor to -
hil father and grandfather repose. Dp- hold a special service e this occasion.
ed was really the plneer settler to whih you are cordially invited In C AO R I
tion from South Carolina in the early hUbn10wThtW-of
fftle. In all the Intervening years he Mr. H. A. FIausett, the prospefous If n- glgw ,tw "
has been one of the foremost ni en of Exposition street merchant, has pus-b for Yson;s t..
hs been oneofb t h eforemost fe chased a lot of Fa.k Newport at"It -arn tte ebasay."
his neighborhood, an excellent farmer,rchased a lot of Ftn Newont DoII I .11q "es;tbey.l te lmarri
a successful trucker and later engaged Eastlake. It is right on the bluff and "Do you ti they wm be urrir'
In a general merchandise business, in to the southeast of George Snow's res- solmib %he wasn't deeidie&yet whether he
which he did well and as a neighbor idence. Mr. fusett wiln I immediately will ask her or not ."
and friend he had a large circle of ac- build a summer cottage on the same.
quaintances with whom he was large- 3. R Moorhead of Ocalas who r eetly
ly estemed and who wll sincerely re- bought three-quarters of an acrd from Might Help There.
gr his death, an s does thewill editor of Mr. Baker at Eastlake, proposes to SKILLa PAINN "s a college edtation heptlto a
the Star who looked upon him as one erect a summer home man same. I am prepared to take any job of young man who Intends to practice
this prswhonalofriedupond.h asonever..paiating. an matter how large or how law?'
ea ys tergeal frhelpinds Hed to er Mr. M. M. Little left Sunday for De- small, or how' ase the work deiredsepn an whef watto prac-

oa friends to mourn i death. the Ocals Rebekabs at thm assembly Grinalg, gilig, hard oil nishing. "WetlIla a poll eeart pn"et-el.g
of friends to mourn h death. Mr. P. V. Levengood, who is a dele- varnisahn and letterin and sign to m b like a fetal CAR Y AT A I M
ENERALrB UTLE, Rate to the grad lodge, left today for paInttin. Taut e sad skll g-ateed. ---- *AR YA1 A" .i ..
GENERAL BUTLER Deland, acompanlid by C. I Bitttin- Witeo a card, ear Canp Pophate M ea HM H M*
er, who reprents Tulai Ldge o. Cma. or leave word at the Star th to the
General Matthew Mlbraith Butler, s 2 rd thse rIbtet as demu tyramd. R W. Wls lyaw, Oca a P t "WaUitto iVla thte peclp the Drh

bia Wednesday night, was one of. the other lodges of this district to boost MONEY COMES IN BUNCHES to b ante7
last Confederate cavalry general M;r. Little for an exalted office, as to J. A. Chisholm f Tredwell, N. Y., -,0 ff ,y ndght delie tlw Bber- ,a ..... t
General Butler's death was due to a thare is not a more ttthftl and well new. Hi reason is welt worth read- ti.'* .I *P
complication of diseases, Induced by pouted Odd Fellow than Nr. Little in lag: .Fr a lag time I suffered from I sPppome the fool with the loa "" ..
an old wound. He lost a leg at Brandy the state. dgestles, torpid liver, constlpation. -44 gu tad mot yet appeared O the m '
Station, and after recovery, continued .erossae, and general debility" he ee" Z, V W
throughout the war. His wound had Editor Wallace P. Storva haa been write. I couldn't sleep, had no ap- .
not bothered him up to a few months elected president of the State Base- petite, nor ambition, grew weaker 7h useal Thinug. Saw
aUo baB Leunue. every day is spite of aU me A little temper LUllp,
Gen ButlerotWas bornoin 183 of a treatment. Then ased electric Bit- 1Now Snd them :
distinguished South Carolina family. Last Thursday s Ruaby ftrns and terms. Twelve bottle restored all of s hane4d to
He served with distinction throughout Mr. George W. Adams., a Jacheamille, my old tme health and vigor. Now I The best o-f ,n*- -* fl4 DA
the civil war, rising from captain to quietly married to that city. Miss can attead to business every day. It's A tl UUtnO A Z U
major general of cavalry In the Coa- Prris formerly lived tI Oet and a wonderful medicine." Infaltlible for WhU r, or cof ..- ..
federate service. After the war Gen. s graduated severand years ago frous stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and A sto m L ,-

Butler took a prominent part in the the Ocal High School and then went nerves. 50s at all drawists. And them dvr ee. A
movement to reclaim the state to the to Jackomllll to take a -,aisrdcial a
democratic party and aided greatly In course In the Massey De college, FIRST 'CM PAMp HANg INggg tt a the Fey. u
Hampton's victory in the gubernatorial where she as made ha' eM PAINT ", me sell you a reept for ak8r
race of 1874. In 1896 Gen. Butler was since. Her many ftin& in Ocala wMAl mks
elected to the United States, senate e surprise to ear er... marae t .
and served three terms. During but td I ave eped In Ocala a shopfort "o* dWBa me "
Spanish-American war Gen. Bute n and bet wishes for a losa5s a'appy "inoi. i Xr h a ive a aU= Bight Bme day."
was a major general In the United tiIe. Mrs. Adams Is sereot otoeS. It I do f wil just turn to the cook-
States army. After the war he wasoa i rns, slpeakr f tin houe orp- mate a S-everybook fro wh the lada make sM- Imto U 10A W
appointed a member of the Cuban ehangg "Job that Is to be' dos Im n- bo t -
peace commission. He is survived by Oas. I have the bet paper man a bi
his widow and three children. Mrt. suhanand Mrs. T.d T Mh e etve ad t
mated dito cdwb's attractIve most up to daline at paper. bw- o to" ...
The cattle raisers of* Floda were bungalowat Wocdne andsthe sik abrkgoods and imltatie "Yes, I have wlrtten a book or two."
in session last week at Bartow. Mar- 27th of this month they will occupy It tilin oth imported and domestic o S IS any?'
ion's representatives were S. I. Galts- for several weeks. Other tIs no bluild- the mket and my Interior decora- Not I I a wrftag f' ptr -
kill, of McIntosh and Z. C. Chambliss ta anywhere around the lake that has tions are up to date I have made a
of Ocala. There were 31 cattle raisers the accomodata ispecialIinterior work for years a "Tlok the In I M
at the association meeting, among aid commodous structwe hMa to en- Clt andPco I a k the bestOfyour
them the owners of the largest herds joy lfe In the prettiest spot Ina theo l- s .,ye?'
in the state. They considered ways state. 6 8a% Sy les nd giing ai t ma e- so-1Jt
and means to market their cattle, as IAdles desiing to make se
the situation is somewhat acute *ro C. L. Bittlngar, wif ad daughter, lectins of papers without the troubleI o
the fact that Florida's Cuban market Mabel. were the -stsa t a go. oing up tow Wllb bel promptly
for their surplus has come to a halt. Mrs. H. C. Packheam at a lvely n wa1ite oeat a ttee de s ie at"sto
from the fact that rich cattle country aer fSanday. tendered them In recog- their e with a e plete s113 of oe _.
is supplying its own wants. The mar- nitlon of the 29th anniversary of t sam ls u dr me a cud with tabke mer Slni
ket now Is mostly a home one. Tamoa marriage. A very pleasant thor wa the t syo deae to me the i nd e
Is South Florida's main outlet and to spent In the hoepiltable home of Mr. yo wmll waited onproptly. All "1 runllning AN ST. J OSE I' AC(
minimize the situation of the dispoeal andMrs, Packham. out of tT V/s riltr ST J C.3p roEmpt-lyteFen
of their product, It was deemed best siclttl. e n 11 a sjt
to have all the raisers sell their cat- Dr. H. C. Dozser and family will thing.
tle through a single agency and In this move into the house recently vacated 'No. I- I r tso Atem.e. *."We l, "--
way secure a better and more uniform by Mr. Ed Gable, as soon as the rp-o. af a o w ,-
price. The new. officers are: Presi- pairing and remodeling is completed. PRe HTPUL PATE AVERT. m d The paeret i, "
dent. Garrett Murphy; vice president, and Mr. .. G. Fleming and fatlly, who "--*'-- t a utiat lding a m n la I l'7:'.1
H. F. Moody; secretary E. 8. Skipper. occupy the upstairs of tie hoeis where 1" wed ha been a cripple for fr day, camln o thme llmi -in to nt
the Dosters qw live, will the hav treom a tWrrte cut en my knee c" the.voter the right to 'tr e e-
Orlando has gone to considerable the entire hoWe. writes Fra Disberry, KelMher., p-ed consait-utha, l a iitm t
expense to beautify its sidewalks with MJ1a, wtthe1t cisak-m's Ara T whether mira sshanmllli *--a= 'n'
parkettes and now comes along the Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. Weodrow eter- Sale, whbih a emed Ine." In tl- PR local optiom or be Ueiate1 y;4 .'
chickens of the city and are playita tained at B31ir Villa Woodmar, v he. for wounds cuts and braises, it -- -

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Real Estate. Homes, Farms and all kinds of property for the Oaa1 ao. We**d*^t AmiBa aua ra.s .
Ssal at w price. 5 or dosr will cure any cae The Woman's Au ry the Ep--
ale at ve o, wof Chils and eMrer. Price Mc. copal church is ese at @O P edea DE eO .r ..... ,... ,.. .
MAKE THE START TODAYI Mr. B .awa of LsvilIe. Ky, inOcala. I.t was orga.d t. e, by ...... .
/ Is at the Oeal House. Mrs. Bisbop Yange., ait the hne of
It. iin nd ut o tha Mrs. Henry y-- obabrLgs the hoousa bag - -f-r 1" -. aM
Maion Raltrt f the LooC omblechg, now ocepied by Mr. (ioT Q. tDRt n AA
Inc i wde. cento at the Globe. and family. Mrs. Amnle Bitt wastT lllT
to the amount invested than any other inv firD su directness. Mer Hbory is toblaso In-
FA N Ma~ tfnager. xMis Mi~arrt Peace has returned secretary. Mrs. Branttr Weathes /l'lI/ /
A. F rom aa brief v.tet to Micanopy. treasurer, the otflee whic she still
holds. Mrs. W. P. Baslar. the e- .
Short order meal promptly sedved ond dlrectress, still holds the oeeM ,ht .B-
Sf at the ECHou. faithful and efficient laho" te"t M ".
Ra Hmhig s hly apteelateid. Mrs C utt- Mi Freld apf&o t
Si. PrrlpI. l l M edrptely and ger hed the oMee of secrtary for h-ve been vitiS M Gs
delvrwd by the Petegee Drcore.n r the past four year The sauxliary hi stgac JB asvmah, Ga.. are la Tarst -t
Sa compo of 21 members een o e se i le to a tt -t i he
There are many t ays in whi.h it serves the Lse lne et retfrierators, several eight active. Their work, which is u',., |.
Styles and *sOW. Mclver & MacKays. misconary, is carried om with that Miss It lt/W .
public, but the one now most valuable, per an quiet and earnest persistency that g her si.te tM ttha i
ha1 R to h el with loans We will meet the r-t h white lawn., 1 cent quality, hardly known except n iS results, he hbme of Mn. Join rr I 'n
t help ith We will meet tat cnts er yard at the Globe auxiliary standing at the hed ten wees, et e
uetwis of conervative borowerI. of the soFtfeI jUariadtettiS 3o as admnn Tesb. Kp .t' yrt
Mo Bei t b cent dinner in the city at Easter and Advent boxes. IR Is unique pletM t geMag ij l
the kM Caake. In it. character: has no debts, si._k- ret vdt tsc O ,mri. .;wi
fromaIng tutd, and this is the irst tIme 3S fedw whh wse 4eesstlh
[he vMunroe & Charbiss Bank --n c rl eMign. its history that It h2a come bn.ore the her lb 't
It ernts per yard at the Blobe. public asktig recognition, either la' ,-
(INCORPORATED) social or a fniane i way. Thse Is our- YOU HAVE NO ONE Oir
early breasts served for special first offeoae and we trust that our A -
rL Ts at the N Caf friends and the public ..R aoPt forget- o
T T ereaPremany.iniV e.ItN"08thenn at r f seea -igh usl on Tuesday afternoon.
stylesandsis Mcvacandles fresh ever y sm
Se--" atb te t Posttie Drugre. ol0owv"g are t number tof eoteh a s e
h- ast for Marl o coun t n ...u an lades 1 gue of.
H. ]DO[SXceO N, PperyrTt. t."Gl b T i on sale at the Tampa Times contest: M Ant W .

S. H. BIUCH, M)aaer 5. C. BOOKR, Ast. ager, the Oalar News Co. So. utkhn ltloIS. etar f
O. Elastic belts, all colors. 0 cents at leas, Sparr. t$,6: May tOrsat Pe attt LAiw,. Api"
the Gloka. Sparc, r.00: Delba LafMtw. Oakh 0. ;
S.40; Linsale Proctor, Lake Wetr, v7.1 ; t e wS.I-,- .
C O M MI L KR A NA ew views orf the corthouLe at the Floe Stanaland, Lynne, 7.90 : Bettleo -
0 M MKA A T K Ocala Ners Co. 4-17-ltd MoCorley, Eleetra., 6*8; Jimmie
s Brown. Oak. 6)65; Dany Ad m. Dun- B
L -&e blMe aing. B-thnhes wide, nellon, 5,145. i i -
1# cents p a at the lpobe. . reoniin In a
OCALA. ILA -* tOcent. at the Globe.The Air Dome was crowded Satur-
FOUND-Gold breast eln. Owner B day night ans the program was veT r
can have same by caing at the Star gratifying. The "Final Pteu a t
offee and paying for-thi ad. for the rsity Boat Race" was .-ure .
1.T.unre,.CV Pres. A. IL -fs. c- ua* enou h twenuteth century romance msad W*
THE DEPOSITORS II THIS ANK Mr.. E. T. Porter and nieces,. Misses everybody watched It witt ea at- c-- .M
SrL oJean and Lte Teague, returned this tentlon from start to flA. aad the I HA V*MAir Y
." afternou tro lady. perforncs of "A Yoithfl 8(e HUt tstO W tM ever y0- "O
Are the merebants, the professional and sueaeasfthl men and women of made the crowd em a' re .et *^t k'MJ
the city' the farmers of the surroundlag (ritory. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mtiler left this at- the tro blee of life. The m. tohd- After lth-a .ov te
women who have built and are stil imllding successful enterpriaea. Air Dlime of an eventag, ce rtainly do ot nelait kt A
We solicit a share of your business. Moaquito et and frames, the most m iss a great deal of pleasure everytht ) .
H.....a..-Naa ir & MaeKay's. 4-10-If The annual cel4ratlon ot statess' how to t t*im a-
PU N Tth Ocala NeDasy" by tnhe students of Bro,- e Col- to reWiSVe m 111 : 4'
Mr. and Mrs. a. T. ehrieber are at- lege, Gainesville, Ga., April 27, win be af that vi am F
,. .tending the musical festival in Jack- an event well worth seeing. Ainam be reileved- another w r.
a / sonvlle. the attractlon4 will be a parade thru .. . Wi
^e] to your maie that you vit othe city of a number of o7t reprY Ip "By WA "I I I;A5
get better bashk boos tyewete The Argosy, Railroad, ^aTaller and scnting the states vbo have students ()t 1*pn the dl et.-
C -,^- All-Story Maugatnes for May just in at the college, each float being manned D.. 5lr tiM
sIpplees or office suapls e- at the Ocala News Co. 4-17-ltd by the young people from the state for R S;
L .erl anywhere Ina Ocaa or for leW which It is named. As each t "oS S
St Dr C. Tydings and son. Robert. passes the auditorium of the college. t hUO Ut,,. : t 1 a. m a- M T
whaey tha ywe Swhat we wish tc ao here. If y C. They will be away/about ten days. state song. Florida wullt b( rprasated artry,v 1 2 8 4 OhQMI'$' 1a
fpLTiW I-- brea a e ay tr l tyhenoCt and the was vow,
ned a nsw set c. books for the 7r We ave prch screens, porch rock- among whom are Miyes eate and __ re- 3,
amosgewhomveryb aorted Mise Ot d awnt- a- -
of 1909 let us give you prices. er ad por tt. te ndwant aruerite Prter, f Oal will s
'ed, Melver & Maekeayu. 4-1e-tu t "Way down rpen de 'wase Ribber." ~aBea o for Atst' Men haves M
Arets Canada, Cuba. Engilan, Pali and will ednjsy fa ta e -- of MGr. wa tm Jwett t'
In the mayor's courtlthlis mooring twenty-fourtates of the e a enjtoy, thger st o 0et1!t7, -,t
OaAdA WS O PANr / there were three cases and fines represented at Brenau. tl f am
S . .amount in to $ were collected... M CI Mler wo e away A OF
AN iDb*ao -UGH Me dI(LIN3 Melver wIT be away until lI i L.., o AX4

3. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville' ,i-.s .el, -- d, ., on at th a, he -
W slt sehe any make of second-hand y"A. an Ideal Mqough medicine I n ist mias tdlo, mem nName of t.e4m0 iJ'h.-rt
typew-i ,----in- t ter upo a -y termsIt desired ard Ca is og l etes in hel'.hw esie to 2
eora class by I tl." Is-ays ,Dr. 3 A" Wit- eonnehtion wiorrtha t se ~mt s t_ 7n i .

II 'D (j itiared Sunday from a visit to Mr. great pleasure in testifying to the tei. e t c her .te w. S .. s
SRobertsons mother at Whitney. suits of Chabertlan's Cogh S ute c
Stedy. In factcl knw of oter IM ,sKendrak koce t
..... ... .... "1 Geras LLet Lawn. one pound ana preparation that meets a fly thhe b o er &t, M, BaS
e -two pya6k enope to mach for re. expects of the otst esaeiiu thoahubomr ofr stpo- MrI mF. '
.gS better At th< P T oete Drsal tore. e asei of croup sad ceghs et chil- Tose St a atats r
Dr. AM Lg -- --d -a Rb dren. As tt oae tait s or oputm, .hel o wte.. f ttois & B

d_ _. am * Mrs. Frank Dorey came up from reform or morphine it certain M. Chrl o Jug- --t,--
s t O ile& BO4, Dannellon Sunday, to stay wit her makes a most sate, pleasant and t- sonville Friday to remai a tow
mother. Mrs. H. 0. MaeDavid who has ficaciono remedy for the .i t In t to te dY Fatndy to respring a mleW ~ i.
----en very aick for some weeks. tended." d d attend the a i il
.L One Quart so"$1." -t"' ''r
SOur pond paper s the test we turday's Tampaine M. we at the
O w Qbi" h eer bead. New lot jijst in. Come a splendid likeness of Min M rs. F .
SIn anud me It. ?e Poetoffice Drug- Alexander, who will be pleasantly re- brlekisye as tthegovenetb1691 1 06
stoe. membered 'by many as being'on of t and daut. Mis 3s m r b SM b
'p*Iettiest visitors to our city uarsng the g uestKim lRte uphr. I9r7 '^
o4,u r..91m Pelot.chlef office man for past winter. The Tiumsbas the fol& bK lefty erday for a tow of Aft
S the A. Rawls Co., of Jacksonville. lowing to say ab*ot Mti Asle .: t oa-st Asoa- mr sat Jpa'cks w.r
speat pasteray and today in the city -She represents the progressive lIttfle it ST Ag"ilbe jab6 'a 11. ip
ventv reb. Visti-g his mother and s .ters city of Brooksville and k ecus i i months wI Mr. Pbe h e~ aSW
may be attributed to .hr7charming"! mwh w h- Mb w w l. 3a4 i OI --
S. C. Davis & Co. of Jacksontville. manner a nd tireless eforta. Mts Alex- wIS Mthe w isae s -1 $- h Gl*
handle k attypewriter rbbonas. 76c. ander Is a native of loerid tad is nthey apyi illbe rgat Ingli m O1Wa
Seb le eh: ~' deor .. granddaughter of thme lte Dr. m. .Murphys.
This is Iatcho.ce, HselaytGary of a0al Shee aduated ft cisty.
Miss Hattye Smith. a saleslady at Breau College last summer. pa9sag ,
tllvaee Sto-k. helsae& co's..,dry gods store the final examinatoMs with high b- Mr.Ade t sNw
will spend this week with her mother ors." She Is a tireless worker and has Mhr. A i a" ood, wh is m m.
at WIsm many friends who wish her much sw- 5 5 I- &'
d.r b ti in Fs cdlfresh and who will stand by her. bl
inte cadwes, fresh stock Sebles- ally. aome business st r I S..
be ua goWd as any td iFslen t best. ta pounds a at- -
pounds. at Ballard's news and truit Mi,, Florence Walters, who was e. Mr.
boad whiskey on the market, t d. chosen a.t the last t. i ng of the
tqDaghters As sponsor for Dickinson
Sis0d dlO r J $1.60 a quIrt. R RENr-residence of I rooms Chapter at the reunion of the Coated--Wug
eB South Third street. Apply to Dr. rate Veteranse to be held ai-this city
-Tpkh t the Montetuma hotel or to on June 2nd and Ird, has selected Missr
". rank Ditto. 4-14-tf Grace Hatchell as her maid of honor. a
Brigadier general H. W. Long will InD1
Mr. W. A. Pelot came up yesterday a ew days announce the sponsor foror a ^i g 4
fat I ^T-B- 1 11 Jfoma his orange g ve and nurseries the'brigade. / e m M
at Areaa and will remain in the city M
CA A - t AA w ay" w ith family. HOME FOR RENT R e
FOR REN K T-The center one of the Home on Oklawahi avenue known fw4ra
three new Croom cottages on South as the Spellman House, for rent Ap- t
Second street, pomasesson April 1th ply to A. G. Gates. 4-14-tt t t'Nd
..- ,'.: '. Apply to Jseph Bli. 3-4 e often wonder how any peno e' -ii
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10:30 am 9:30 pm!Lv .. ... ..Tampa .. .. .... r: :36 ami 6.0 pma
11:30 am 10:20 pmiLv .. .. ..Plant City .. ... ..... Lv 1:15 4:58 pa
12:30 am 11:18 pm: Lv .. .. ..Dade City .... .. Lv 4:15 Oa 41 pas
1:48 pm 1:10 am:Lv .... Wildwood .. ..... v I: :5 am : 35 pa
2:45 pm 2:10 am!Lv ....... .Ccala.... .... L 1: am 1:7 p9 M
4:40 pm; 4:30 am Lv .. .... .Waldo ....... .Lll:4 a 11:37 am
6:06 pmr 6:15 smLv ........Baldwin...... Lvll:17 pmlC:l am
6:50 pm 7:0 am!Ar .... ...Jacksonville .. Lv ;: 36pBW:i3 amj
7:50 pm 9:15 amLv .. .... Jacksonville ..... Ar 4:60 pm T.U am
11:40 pm112:45 p mAr ....Savannah....... Arl-jO l- t:46.a&
4:20 am 6: 00 pmAr .. ... ...Columbia .. .. .. Ar1*: thtA-iP u p


Dr. erk fnihes ,the afttoe*a
with 'hidametal Priaeipei of Our
Wedneday eveaing Dr. Clark
bives his great address, "ChristIa
I iasavor the World BooId." Then
fonellows his reception for the re-
mainder of the -m hg.
Thursday -ntera the snrise
=n0609 wi be charge of Nov. F.
P. istigser, of West Tsmpn .
The foresoom will malar be giv-
ea to sate tale aed d sttlot union
reports and other important bd-
*eam Taime also Is slowed for dis-
trise ras e.,
Dr. Cark will conduct a quest!om
bex FO tihe ohlt.g of ndear pro-
Mems, sad the su" es will n 4
wioth a In Menorumn service led
I* svT. e. W. Stk., of Tampa.
At moos them win be a Junior
Wtkerw Lwmmheo. Something
T hrsday afternoon wtH be given
to the Jalors sad their leaders.
The. state *eriatadeant, Mrs. H.
W. re, wm nduct an exercie
"Trese ad Their Leaved." Mrs. W.
0. Besars, at Magdalene. tenx of
"Juersand Bible Staud." There'
wil he a Ite.treeting Bible drill.,
Dr. (ark wil lead a Junior confer-
SPrumeatitio of campaign certifi-
asas win be a prominent feature
.r both Yong People's and Junior
'taa~ evening the concludiag
song sovie Is followed by the In-
tllatimo of new o*oers by Preii-
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March, 3w.
P. W. Dtto l.
W. A. Mgoohea. (SUe).
C. M. Ltwginstom, (Sal).
State Of Florida,
County of Marion.
Pereomally appeared before Ime, e
undersigned authority, W. DittW o C
M. Uvtistom and W. A. Moorbed,
to me wen.known to be the subsertb-
ere to the foreg lg artkcItsof In or-

as W4.
C tml PM., Aps 17T.-The re-
post *f- h A2 p a to tha talurs
th s 11 re .tMe crop sa tat e-

tort br o blest fl but thb t e n
frtkVt O .t *b- ack antthe w6M
We ise toaiso mnt to sythlem.
Thee ow serthat r er reatlu
-w# m s the Chm**, a latse*,
hass th D*er-
and has Bet aimess a ern.
Tto ~t r tr 1M i na Ve
,"-NOW., *t 44", 0kul' ha I - *
tims ea th t ass nti October. It
has hees predmo eed wherever it
has bee sOat the f aest cooski 1
pear. knows. It bleems with the
LeConte. The manU who plants a
orWard of this fruit wLS make so
jMistake. X
There has bees rather too munch
rain Ine this section for the growing
cro s. ilt an IMWyears haos thare
besa -s L a wt *fag Melons are
teotac tt Ma&, early 6B Selds
v11a" .rc e e o to three feet in
f eraag"e erop wil be a alul
one where then groves are benot affect-
oed with white fly. This pest is
proving a serious problem to the or-
ange growers.,
o beaseaa will be ready far market
tr d rp toe
I have opened a ste more betweeth
laudry and market, where I will buy
and sel an kind s of Junk" such as
old metal, bone, hides, agging, tal-
low, barrels, rubber, etc, etc. I wMi
also buy and sell second-hand fur-
niture and repair furnthore, stoves,
Tet. An experienced man with alle
toob and tactlies o or doing repair
work wffi be m charge of the repair
repar tent and satisaction Isd t ar-
-anteed. Bee me if you have anything
to sell or repair. who att Decker.

Ten years experience. elereeeas,
any music teahe ain Ocala. any
musi house oIn asoMnville. Phoe
25. A. # JL -ord. city. 1-1-tf

oanvemtla tie ap nearly here
and the Utloois to bright for a
oodly lumber of delegates, many of
-th 0 0"i". fr&M anios the young-
rw workm, tehat they may -receive
itralbe for eetual service.
President Wtlmrd has Issued a
circular: teBt hat good things -re
ois stme for tEes who attend. That
iswaoy eore may also know, we now
taise to en frM his account of to e
m All aerie In the Tampa Heights
SPresbyte hea church.
-The opening meeting, Tuesday

SAddei s of Welcome will be r ven
Ly Mr. David Read, Tampa, and the
Sonltlle. The convention sermon
,eoday evening will be delivered
by tevr.Ja. Jr. M Leaa, of St. Pet-
Wednesday the sunrise prayer
oeetiagl sto be led by W.E H. MU-

woll begve at eeis. peeks on the-
'theme "T Chrs and the Church.'
The t-rd "Tddess, "The Vale of His

Woo Bme, tak" by woDr. ker from t.

a pr, state soperintendent of the
drer, "The Undeavorer and Hie

Winter Park.

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ewais tbeu
me tl _t MI it albkmW

ter bwhe thIuaft the wea

-All r"gbt." replied Job&. Tub
fo' yous, e. PI'l vote fV e. m
fow you, aSh."
"That's aHl right" tamt ah,- i m
dtem. "nhat an right. rs .

to bearv the whle uea v X4a & 7 w

o, ..I u. :.

fo',ye -- . ..'^*. m -. r*
tmi ea S oes said e-ve bueb P.
ye ftiendw It lim t y**4 U1
"t my, J k,-A .
them eaudo th f -te .:

here -sa ett I l jo ns I

Y'Tou'l gl deo i"eal.. h .i
Right 't .t be
l, sak. 1 -11 e

lies .a ken, .e .

"The are a thbet paih I
0 .A.t alL.l. A--.--i s
ECEatRI an S1QN F~ea 'eW^


CatOWli estimates made On an
eoteftwork GiVes more laUd bet-
ter work for the -wmW t- myr
other contraetet la towi.

We have a solid carload of canta-
loupe baskets na our warehouse and
can make the very closest possible
price on them. McIver & MacKay.
-The undersigned Intending and pro-
posing to organize a corporation under
the aaeral laws of the state of Flor-
ida relating to corpoMrations foro ploit.
and the acts of the legislature amend-
atory thereto, hereby make and pub-
Un the following articles o at eor-
poratlon and proposed cbartbr, vias:
The name of the corporation shal
,its principal place of bminmess hl
be at Ocala, In Marion county,, t -
ida, with brach offices at such other
place as the board of directors
may f&u time to tme designate.
The geneftl nature of the basines
to be tnaascted -r the oorporatiom t,
to buy 9wn, soi. amqulre 4ase t-
gare, ana otherwise deal in lands,
Utmber Iblmags stone, pavfng and
Jetty ruck, and such other irokaiU
as may be accident to the geras
character of lit business Tibe com-
pany will engage In genMeal bilsnes.
of mtnilg, selIng and bhippiing bld-'
lag stoe, pavtg reek and JettyW rock,
and phoephate o and--o k oer
valuable d epqlts. It wlt 'az ni
kthe busieam of a general cqpdskUJot
of, p1Wiee works, road and steet build-
ing, comstreactloa of butlagin, con-
crete work, jetty work ia ralffrql
4ojttretKioO mad bmildlugI The newom
pany will almo owp and construct,*jod
make contracts for the bwBlldtng of
trams, lf roads. lumber roaeeds, and
milmroad -spur traedma.mot to be used as
commeretal railways, and shall have
power to buy, acquire. mortgoae, own,
,and sell ch poperty as mar be mea
cessary and Incident to Its general
bustneus of minain and selling rock
for building purposes, mining and
selling posphates, and engasg in
Sdenral contractIng busss .
The amount of capital stock an-
thorised is the sum of twenty thoa-
sand dollars, which wil lbe divided
into two hundred shares of the par
value of one hundred dollars each, and
saI capital stock shall be paid in as
follows, to-wit: ten per cent. of said
capital stock shall be paid In ash at
the thme of the organIzation of the
company s ftr receiving Its charter,
and the remainder will be paid It by
conveyance to the company of prep-
erty consisting of lands and personal
property, the Just and true valuation
of which will be equivalent to the re-
mpainder of the capital stock not paid
The term for which the corporation
shall edst is twenty-five years.
The officers who will conduct tte
business of the company will be a
premldeat vice president sad secretary
and treasurer. aad a board of three
direetm. nll of whom shall tbq elected
at the lnt annal teesting of the eor-
porat- an" y thereafter, aid
the. names of the officers who wml
Aodast the business of the company
untll those elected at the first election
shal be qualifed, are, P. W.- Ditto,
preemdet: W. A. Moorhead, vice
president and C. .lvnston, see-
retar and treasurer.
The highest amount of Indebted-
ness of laluty to which the ecoposa-
uon can at any time subject Itselt
will be the amount e capital stock of
the eompiay authorized md Isued-at
amy eae time, and until the amount
of teaplt stock Is changed, said
amount of Indebtedaems or Ualality
shanl be twenty thesanad dollars,
The names and residences of the
subecribs azq the amouant e the
capital steck subs Ibed by each re
as follows
T. W. Ditto, Ocla, Fla, lie aIaseI.
W. A: Meorhead, Ocala, Fla, 50 shares.
C.Mn.Llvingston. Ocala, Fla.W shares.
SWitness the tanis and seals the
nlaeorpoatoes this the Mth day of


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about tbbhe wthi~~
kan 4mectric =tftoL
7seversolio. me.Gt-Vs
8*sesand. 0rlails.'AAW .x 4"
to show them t rm-8~

sm~uu~AM- MEw-

-amcount. SoButheN jib
male Apil 12,1;$ lt4
Mial Rama ANUmSI l w~t

dat uof am&aeslAssI
P. 4. t AMeria! I-a2

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dateC@7 s" a.

17, 19".
$17.65,Ashevilleq. .C.. A"nd oure,
flarsos nt TP- athoaaTeb4
sabe Junellj sad ii ..lea lat~
Jane 2c 11.5.--

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account Dramalit ic *4
of KhoaMas. Mesuut
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bcar~ *write i 5.O wIi
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