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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 20, 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: VID03146
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Volume 14, No. 278.



A Powder lade of Pure

Skimmed ilk.

MIL-KOW is the solids of liquid
milk without the butter fat. MIL-KOW
in liquid form is a delicious and satis-
fying drink. MIL-KOW is produced
without preservatives or adulterants
MIL-KOW is thoroughly sterilized. No
danger from disease germs. May be
used wherever milk is wanted for
cooking and baking. Two cans for
25c, makes six quarts pure skimmed

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CLARK BROS., Proprietors


(f1ice Over Munror & Clammbis'


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


Dental Surgeon
o@wc e Over Comiercml Band
Phone 21 1.
Omce hours: 8 to 12 a. .; 1 to
F p. m.

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



Opens Into the Lobby of the Ocala
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
fans, electric massages.
Hot Runming Water at All Times


Coattactor and Budidg.

Plans and Specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
120 Mouth Third St..

Phone 1.0.





Undertakers and EniaMIs
D. F. Melver Alfred E. Own

Fiue Caskets and knal Ms
All w6rk done by licensed embalm-
ers and fully guaranteed.


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It will be an Entire Senaterial Dietriet
if Senator Harris' ..p.rtimn.nt
Bill Bscomes a Law.
Tallahassee. Fla.. April 2.-Hills-
boro. Escambia, Duval and several of
the other larger counties are given
three representatives in the lower
house of the legislature while the rep-
resentation of some of the smaller
counties is cut under a reapportion-
ment bill Introduced before the senate
by Senator W. Huat Harris of Key
West. If the bill becomes a law. Mar-
ion county alone will form the twen-
tieth senatorial district, while Sumter
and Lake will go into the twenty-
fourth. Levy and Citrus will compose
the twenty-first.
State-Wide Work Advanoss Steadily
The senate this morning passed the
bill for state-wide prohibition to sec-
ond reading, amending it so as to fix
the date for the law to become effect-
ive, should the voters ratify the pro-
posed constitutional amendment, as
July 1, 1911.
L'Engle's Sen is Shiing
Claude I'Engle has connected at
last, and the first issue of his sprightly
Morning Sun appeared this morning.
Those who aiumenbtr Claude L'Engle's
Morning Sun of 1"7, which was a
sizzssler, are looking for some warm
rays to be darted in various directions.
Mr. L'Engle's People's Lobby has been
quietly conducted during the session
so far, but it will become more ag-
gressive now that he has a vehicle
through which to convey his opinions.
The appearance of the Bun is hailed
with delight by the prohibitionists.
who expect to see the paper line up
strongly on the side of state-wide



The Tnnmesse Senator Tells the
President the O(ly Way He Can
Shatter the Solid South.
Washington. D. C. April 20.-Sena-
tor Bob Taylor, the Tennesseean, who
is noted as a violinist, a story teller,
a lecturer, a magazine editor and a
politician, was streak the other day
by the number of Southern democrats
at the White House. As he entered
the office of Mr. Taft the Tennessee
senator said:
"I am going to tell the president
how to break the solid South. I am
going to tel him that if he will give
every democrat an office, if he will
live every republican a pension, and
give every nigger a railroad pass,
them the South's solidarity will be at
an end. And that is the only way he
can break the solid South."


Of Oiwtments for Catarrh that Contain

As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system, when entering It
through the mucous surfaces. Such
artleles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phys-
leanms, as the damage they will do is
ten-fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall' Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cheney
a Co, Toledo, Ohio, contains no mer-
cury, and Is taken internally, acting
directly on the blood and mugot- r .zr-
faces of the system. In buying Hairs
Clatarr Cure be sure you get the gen-
uinae. It is taken Internally and made
In Toledo,. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &
Co. Testimonials free. Sold by drug-
gists. Price 7ec. per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
An Eungluh Poet Who May Have Pro-
forred Suioide to Canoer.
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Great Activity Arond One of the L. on April 20.-Th nere Is no trace
Truck and Melon Coates of SJol Davidson. thi poet, who 'ta
of the State been mimi ng from his home at Pen-
sence since March 23. and his family
The truckers are busy a lot o g have now given up all hope of seeing
grass" and getting In action tor the hm alive. A search f the poet's .a-
shipping season. Sole are already per has revealed a document, in
sending out the early beans. Car which he wrote: "The time has come
bage have rolled out by the car and to make an end."
lettuce has been shipped In ilag Afte a reference to financial diffl-
quantities than ever before. Now the culties and ill health he concludes:
bean shippers are busy u tzodSm "i cannot put up with cancer."
baskets, organizing the picking bri-
gades and giving the bushes the final IF YOU KNEW
touches. before calling for reftriger-
tor cars. The season will be In full The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
swing within the next ten days. Anl would never suffer from kidney. blad-
varieties are raised here and owing to d6r or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
the fine soll conditions about Martin, 1rionth' treatment. Sold by druggists
the crop is extra fine and the quality or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
will be up to former years when there E W. HalL 2926 Olive street. St.
has. been a special demand for the lAml., MissourL
-Martin bean."'
Cantaloupes are coming on. The PROBABLY HE WANTED TO DIE
season has been pretty good up tUl '
now, and If the showers will stop the Paducah. Ky.. April 20.-Death by
fruit ought to be as sweet as the drowning came to the man who is
Rocky Ford gets, under good condl- said to have had the longest name In
tons. the world. He disappeared Friday
Tomatoes are looking pretty well and confirmation of his drowning was
and the crop will be larger than at obtained yesterday by finding the
this point in other years. however the body in Perkin's creek, near Paducah.
general acreage in the state has been'His full name was Arthur Hugh
lessened. Thomas T. De Witt Talmadge Har-
Watermelons give promise of fair din Eddy Lane Arland LJnnie Marion
yield, If it is safe to Judge at this Branch Sam Jones Pigq Reuben
stage of advancement. Walker Chiles.
When all the hundreds of laborers The deceased was the son of Rev.
get in action in this section the -ratns W. R. Chiles, superintendent of the
begin to roll past, the regular hum oft Resuev Mission of Paducah and each
saw mills and the shrieking whistles name was some preacher of note.
in a radius of twelve of fifteen miles,
the coming and going of commission HEART FLUTTERING
men Into se and swell rigs, the ac- Undigested food and gas In the
tivity of iberantile matters, it is stomach, located Just below the heartM
much te a lr of.New ork.The presses against it and causes heart
industries so varied pad so profitable Wvaltation. When your heart trou-
under the guldanee of lfdustrious bles y' o hi that way take Herbine for
men, tell a Wonderful future for Ptr- a few days. You will soon be all right.
Ida, when it is fully developed. We a bottle. Sold by the Anti-Mono.
The following truckers are making poly Drugstore.
Martin famous: Knoblock Bros., with .
sixty acres of beau; W. W. Martin LAUNCH MERRY WIDOW
& Co., with forty 'acres of beans, MAY BE CHARTERED
seventy-five acres of melons, seventy- MAY BE CHARTERED
five acres of cantaloupes, two hun- The "MerryWidow," with
dred acres of general crops B e The lerry Widow," th
Sons, one hundred acres; Howell & canopy top, safe, swift and comforta-
Chamblbss, one hundred and twenty- ble. Is for hire at silver Springs,
five acres; Atkansonu & Son, twenty either for a short trip on the run. for
acres of beans: .M P. Townsend, a moonlight excur.lon or picnic to
forty--five acres beas., sixty acres points on the river or for long trips to
melons: Mastering Bros., one hun- Palatha or Jacksonville. A careful
dred acres cantaloupe. In addition p and skilled engineer always In
to this acreage listed there are many charSe of the boat. Orders should be
truckers that have small patches of looked several days ahead to make
from two to ten acres. sture o an o engagement. Call on R. D.
C. R. Wishart, who has been keep- Mathews at the Ocala Steam Laundry,
Ing books for J. N. Tillar & Co., has or phone him at No. 10L 3-14-tt
accepted a position iInBiloxi Misa,
Mr. J. Hood. of North Carolina, is now THE NEW HALF MOON
manager of the Tiller commissary be Pented to the
and bookk.pper. Wich Will be Preented to the
The low price of spirits has caused U td States in the Name of
much depression in the naval stora HMndrik Hudson.
ranks and It Isto be hoped that the Amsterdam, April 20.-The ship
price of turpentine will go high Halve Maan, which the Netherlands
enough to Justify. the wages the op- will present to the United States on
erators pay to get efficient labor. the occasion of the Hudson-Fulton
Mr. J. N. Tiller. who had the mis- fetes, was launched yesterday. She
fortune to break his ankle several will be completed and sent to New
months ago. is getting better rapidly York In the early part of July.
and before a great while will be able
to go to his various stills as formerly. HEALTH AND VITALITY
The M. J. Roess saw mill here -
runnling on full time and under the Mett's Nerverine Pills
direction of Mr. Hyde, the new man- The treat nerve and brain restora-
ager, Is giving better results than live for pmen and women. produces
heretofore. Mr. Roess I building strength and vitality, builds up the
facelRtles In Ocala to handle a part of system and renews the normal vigor.
the output of his mill here. For sale by druggists or by mall, $1
< W. W. Martin. who has "made *er box. 6 boxes for $5. Sold by the
Rmoot* In thkd AiretioAnl ft *he Ifw' 'a- ant<.l-Wamenit ..

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Indignant Citisins of Oklahm. Td.

Lynch Fewo " Sa U -

Ada., Okla., April 2.--FOr PrOmlA
nent cattlemen were taken from the
city jll here yesterday and lynched
by a mob of oet hundred eltiseMs.
The victims are J. B. MOler. of Port
Worth. Texas: B. B. Burrell. of Dun-
can. Okia.: Jesse West and Joe Allen.
of Canadian. Texas.
The mob organized in the rooms of
the Commercial Club. and maarhe to
the jail. Only one =ma on gfu
at the prison, and be was qutfck1 ov-
erpowered and the four prisoners
seized and taken to a nes-by barn and
hung from the rafters. There was
little excitement during the lynmehlg.
The men were being held on the
charge of complicity in the murder of
former United States Marshall Bob-
bitt. near Ada. last February Bob-
bitt was shot from ambush on hi.
way home. An vantning trial was
held on last Thursday, tut no indict-
ment was returned.
Miller had killed alx men in his time
and was a "chum' of the late pat Gar-
rett, the famous manhunter, and was
with Garrett when he was killed at
Lascruces. V
The mob was composed of many
prominent citizens of the city, and
only a few of them were masked. The
authorities were powerless to prevent
the lynching.
The entire formation of the umob
and lynching, which followed, was
performed In a most methodical man-
ner. So Intense was the feeling during
the preliminary hearing of the mes
that Judge Brown prohibited the pub-
lication of the evidence. Burrel was
a nephew of Miller and turned staWs
evidence against Miller and told of the
plans of West and Allen to murder
Bobbitt. for a long time the enemy of
both. No arrests of the lynchbere have
been made.

Mother Gray's sweet powders for
children, a certain relief for bverish-
ness, headache, bad stomach, teeth-
ing. disorders, move and regulate the
bowels and destroy worms. TIhei
break up colds In 24 hour They are
so pleasant th taste and. bar-les
as milk. Children like them.Over
10.000 testimonials of cures. They
never fall. Sold by all d4tggista, 2c.
Ask today. Don't accept any susti-

I have opened In Ocalaa ahop tor
high-class paperhanging and paMting
and it i, my desire to give an esti-
mate on every painting sad paper-
hanging Job that is to be done It
Oeala. I have the best paper man to
the south and I handle the l-est and
most up to date line of paper. bare
laps, silk fabric goods and imitato
tiling, both Imported and domestic e
the market and my interior decora-
tions are up to date I have made a
special of interior work for years and
can suit any one. I quaks the best
cloth and pictorial, also all classes of
signs, gold lest and gidlug a spe-
cialty. Ladies desrkng to make se-
lections of papers without the trouble
of going up town will be promptly
waited on at any time they desire at
their home with a complete line of
samples. Just drop me -a card with
the time you desire to see them ad
you will be waited on promptly. AU
out of town work promptly done and
solicited. RespectfttUlly,
Andy WMUey.
No. 10 iPort King Avenue.


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C. L. Bittinge and R. R. Carrell,
Editors and Publishers.
R. R. CARROLL. Business ManagW

A hurried look at charming Lake
Weilr assures the observer that every-
thing la to the good and the groves
never looked better, handsomer or had
brighter prospects for a large yield.
The orange and grapefruit trees are
literally loaded with forming fruit
and the estimate is, if present favora-
ble conditions continue for the season.
that the crop will be twice as large as
ever has been garnered in this favored
The groves we looked at were Geo.
A. Snow's, Wall's, the late Mrs. N. K.
Brown's. Judge Wynne's and the Bar-
oness von Freileg's, not overlooking
the Woodmar possessions.
Merchant Newport's business is
growing and he continues the favorite
and the champion swimmer on the
lake, while his poultry yard contains
the finest lot of Rhode Island Reds
you can find in several day's travel.
Mr. and Mrs. Newiport have made a
great success of their poultry yard.
Jim Joslyn, the ancient mariner, Is
losing none of the gracious smile and
cordial welcome he has for all com-
ers. Jim is a character and as an .r-
tistic dellinator of the humor of life
it is a genuine pleasure to talk with
Mr. J. G. Lege, the fruit factor, is
devoting his leisure moments to build-
ing a motor boat that is to eclipse the
speed of the Chicago. That is Lege's
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow has been seized
with the thought and purpose of
beating Mrs. Newport as a raiser of
Rhode Island Reds and has a nursery
running over with Rhode Island Red
biddies, having imported her stock
from Hamburg. on the Elbe, nd has
a demand for all the broilers she can
produce at 50 cents a head.
The marine yards of the Fosnots,
Bob and Sam. Is a bee hive of Indus-
try. The boys have recently rebuilt
the good ship "Della" and placed in her
a 14-horse power gasolene engine in
place of the steam engine formerly
relied upon for motive power. This
leaves more space for the comfort and
convenience of pleasure parties, and
for its size the boat develops remarka-
ble speed. running almost as fast as
the Chicago. The boys are building
a launch considerably larger than the
Chicago on the same lines, which they
hope to complete during the summer.
Major Carpenter, the bluff and hale
old veteran, is surely enjoying the
sunset of life on the lake. He has
built a neat annex opposite "Oakdale"
and later will add the main residence,
which for convenience and comfort
will have no equal for the major and
his estimable wife.
Judge Wynne has become the con-
veyancer for all that section and as a
chancellor In handling out chunks of
official wisdom even the members of
our supreme court could pattern af-
ter his wholesome and horse sense
advice, a great deal of which comes
from his inseparable companion.
"Pompey,' while "Lize" acts as his of-
ficial stenographer.
The demand for houses at Eastlake
will be large next month and the de-
mand will largely outrun the supply.


Mr. William Knoblock. one of the
oldest and most respected citizens of
Marion county, died at Mr-tin Satur-
day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. Kno-
block was nearly eighty years of age
and of course had seen many changes
in the conditions of Florida during
the last sixty years.
His whole life has been one of
great activity and usefulness. For-
merly he gave much time and capital
to agricultural pursuits He then
went into the growing of oranges, in
which he was signally successful.
During the past few years he "as
given attention to mercantile matters
and in this. like everything else he
has handled, he has succeeded above
the ordinary.
Mr. Knoblock was one of the
strongly original thinkers and close
observers. He was exacting of him-
self and expected for men to come
up to the highest standards. His rug-
ged honesty, yet great geniality made
his life a blessing to those with whom
he came in contact. The precise way
he managed, the good fences, the well
arranged barns, the promptness in
settlement of all obligations and the
text he used as his motto, "Attend to
your own business," taught many les-
sons to the young during the four
generations he walked "the path of
Six weeks ago he exposed himself
to a draft and that, with other 2om-
plications, weakened him daily till
the end came.
He was honest with his fellows, and
like Abou Ben Adhem, his name must
be with the good.
Mr. Knoblock was a manly man in
every way and his high sense of
honor and fidelity to duty placed hiss
far above the average.
He chose safe and honorable lines
of duty and finished life's tasks with
praise and a "well done" from all.
There are hundreds of friends who
will sympathize with his devoted
wife and daughter. Mrs. Nora Sladk.
in the departure of one so much of a
true type of the Southern gentleman.
Mr. Knoblock had amassed quite a
competency and was never during his
life time satisfied, if not engaged In
some activity.
He wPs buried in the family ceme-
tery and there was gathered about
the bier friends of both races that
dropped tears of regret.


Waili-m J. -ym A iSo s
-W- e gamss mI s- s
Tallahassee. April 9-Mr. WiHaim
J. Bryan wired Speaker inr.o yester-
day as follows:
"Greatly appre iate the atas
extended by the es a, a
possible will em V bMe a m-
me"t, but ~ watoM M a

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Jacksonville. April R.-At a meet-
Ing of the Cleartlag oMes AiLA ms o1,
held yesterday with aB msmsi pres-
eat a resolution ws --alm
passed protesting against Oay and as
measures having in view state-wide
The resolution subecrlbed Armly to
the principle of leeal eptini, but urg-
ed that the saloon businem of s tthe
state be strictly regulated by law. The
members were very emphatic In their
declaration against the proposed eo-
stitutlonal amedamenta. whereby it is
Intended to secure Maly stat*wliM
Is the Probable Rmor Which Per-
vades the StrGts of the Turkish

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portant features ot the situation ia the
Turkish capital is the report that
Sultan Abdul Hamid II has abdicated.
It caused the greatest excitement in
the lobbies of parliament and spread
with lightning like rapidity throughout
the city. A rumor of the flight of the
sultan on a warship followed closely
on that of his abdication, but neither
could be confirmed.
The abdication of Abdul HamV ap-
pears not to be improbab'e, and it Is
believed that within a day or two the
constitutionalists may accept as his
successor Prince Zussof Issedin, the
eldest son of the late sultan, who is
second in line. as they ag strongly
displeased with Abdul Hamld's at-
Fesseaden Academy is shedule to
close on May th. The ommeme-
ment exercises begin at 10 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited. There
will be no night concert as In former
years. All exercises wul occur by
daylight This coarse has been de-
termined after consideration of va-
rious inconveniences of the night
gatherings. There is a tendency
throughout the country to abandon
the night exercises and to give day
exhibitions instead. There will be
four young women to graduate from
the High School department. An in-
teresting program will be rendered
and all who can should avail them-
selves of the invitation.

Asha vsv & VTWdal
There is not a Snle kiMd of animal
food which we night not replace with
a vegetable comte. p.L la most cases
it s merely a matter of choice which is
preferable, the animal or the vegetable.
In the matter of cooking fats, however,
the vegetable has far the advantage.
Lard is made from tie fat of hojg,-
often impure and maunclen, always r.di-
gestible. Cottolene comes from the cot-
ton fields of the SSr Sonth. It makes
food that can be digested with ease,
even by invalids. Cottolev e is recom-
mdcd by both pqylAin and acted
cook' experts 'as a much more health-
fuandesirab cooking fat than lard

Washington. April 0.--Senator Tal-
laferro's amendment to the censs bill,
which requires the collection of data
bearing upon the naval sm Ires ndus-
try. has been adopted in conference
and willIn a probability become law.
It was opposed by the senators nd
representatives from Georgia and
North Carlia, but supported by the
Florida delegation.
that out-door e, e is needed by
the American people. That's all very
well, but. how ean people with hema-
matism folow that advice? The ans-
wer is very aaple- BaOllard's
Snow Lnimaent and the rhusmanism
will go; leaving you as spry as a colt.
Gives quick and permanuet relief
from rheumatism, r e-uvlgs lame
back and all pains. Sold by the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store.

Incessant Injstiee Meted Out by the
Rusm* W the Childmren f srma
Washington. D. C, April 2.-O-ne
wooden spoon sufficing for entire fam-
ines, newly born children celad only Ia
newspapers, and the levy of taxes ev-
en on chickens killed after the Jewish
custom are among the revelations
'nade in a report concerning the Jews
throughout Russia, which the state le-
partment made public yesterday. The
report is from Spencer F. Eddy.
A strong feature of It is the refer-
ence to the extreme poverty in the
agrian colonies established for the
Jews. "One wooden spoon has to suft-
fice for an entire family" says Mrs.
lddy, "as the cost for one for each
member of the family cannot be borne,
and yet a wooden spoon can be bought
for 1% cents. There is a lying-in
hospital supported by charity in St.
Petersburg. Itself. where it is a cem-
amoa o.strence for women to wrap up
tkefr newly born children in newspa-
ers when leaving the hospital for
their homes, simply because they can
not afford to buy even a piece of flan-
nel cloth suitable for the purpose."
pecial taxes are p by the Jews
apart from the tames common to all

Reutof Yvow~*qf
low* AtweKUI

Games in the
L emoe

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W%"M They- Playd Today

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Ce~mubes at AWgusla

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Moving Pictures

and Music

The Neet of atalmmenM Furnish-
d by Hoe NPele
Doras Om at 7:80 p. m*.
Progam forthis Eveming



A4unii n for This Evening


Per the Toasher, Student and Amateur
zach issue contains:
24 pages of new and standard music,
vocal and instrumental. (Retail value
at least $.)
48 pages of interesting, inspiring
reading matter, and advertising of
value to muslr'ins and music lovers.
Special departments for Teachers,
inger= Violinists, Organists, Child-
rna etc.
SuboMripti Prio "1WO per Year
Send 15 cents in stamps for a sample
copy. Catalogue of music and musi-
cal Itruets sent upon request
10 Trmeont SL Beston, Mass


I am prepared to take any Job of
panting, no matter how large or how
small, or bow fine the work desired
may boe I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do it
right. Houses painted inside and out.
raining, 'ld ng, hard oil finishing.
v-rplmhtng and lettering and asgn
pantbing Taste and skill guaranteed.
Write a card, care Camp Phosphate
Company, or leave word at the Star
offlee. ,. W. irlyaw. Ocala, Fla. tf

I receive every day from Crystal
River choice oysters, both Inside and
Gulf oysters salt and fresh water fish
and miDet. I can give you the best
In fsh any oysters, fresh and prompt-
ly delivered. Phone 219 city 'market;
second stall on the lest. 1-S2-tf
You should not delay under any
ci -- m.rn<& in cases of kidney and
bladder trouble. Tou should take
something promptly that you, know Is
reliable, something like DeWitt's Kid-
ney and Bladder Pills. They are un-
equaled for weak back, backache, In-
flwummatton of the bladder, rheumatic
pains, ete. When you ask for .De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills, be
sure ybn get them. They are anti-
septic. Acceept no substitutes; insist
upon getting the right kind. Sold by
all druggists.
Altoona, Pa., April 20.-Edward
Russell, aged 21, was shot late last
night by J. E. Craig, who surprised
Russell and Mrs. Craig together in
the latter's home in this city. Rus-
sell died Ia the hospital today. Craig.
who is 25 years of age, is a locomo-
tive fireman In the Pennsylvania
Railroad yards here.
Mr. F. G. Fritts, of Oneona. N. Y.,
writes: "My little girl was greatly
benefited by taking ioley's Ort0 o
Laxiltie and I think it is the best
remedy for cosAtipation and liver

A bues" a vi ORs fit
Ply be" fblm" smios


Jacksasvl, April 2L-WUan S&L
eanett, Co aguama n enm iNew
York: Jhat I ls armem .11-16.11 e
fran fah I. Cg 3mi e-
and WMb W .Ammms a saON, pher.
form a ma.amsI. o o se bim M the
United *ates oert e fm f this d ty
for thne o,-0 tlet a f ipew
charges mm 116db.
The onaminft wiU be l the e"a
for several teys, aa4 whi lanveetgato
various Ae-is wheI have bees be-
fa~s the wgovwat for some time.
The eaes betrea te members this
=waft were the eas case. the
Howdea cae. the aratt ease ad the
O,ara case,,a gUet the sreifble de-
t*6t0oa of -foeig fn t this state.
The comm lsa is a national organ-
isation, supported by the government.
and many lnvetgta*nms of a similar
nature have ben made in various
states in th Union.

Great eeds compel regard. Th
world erws Its doers. That's why
Amervca people have crowned Dr.
King's New Diseorery the King of
Throat and 14MS Remedies. ens
atom is a health force. It kmls germa
and colds and la grippe vanishes. It
heals cough racked membranes and
coughing stops. Sowe, inflanmed bron-
chial tubes and lungs are cured and
hemorrhages cease. Dr. Geo. More
Black Jack. N. C, writes: "It cured
me of lung trouble, pronounced hope-
less by all doctors." 5c, $1. Trial
bottles free. All druggts.
A Discovery at St. Aegstine that
May Correst a after in Tradtien

(tL Augustine Record.)

Evidence to the effect that Ponce de
Leon discovered Florida in 1618 and
not in 1512 has been unearthed at
Mrs. McConnelrs place north of the
city. This was formerly the Williams
place and the former owner knew of
relics on the property, but did not dis-
turb them. Mrs. McCoanell recently
discovered a coquna cross, placed by
Ponce de Leon to mark the spot where
he found a spring of fresh water. The
cross Is about five feet long and about
four crossways. It was uUlt appar-
ently in the ground, as the blocks of
coquina are cemented together, and
the form of the croe has been pre-
served. The eoquina blocks are badly
worn from moisture of the ground, but
are otherwise perfect as to alignment.
Two blocks of coquina which Mrs. Mc-
Connell has unearthed contain the date
of Ponce de 'Leon's first visit. One of
the blocks eontalns the number -1"
and the other bas the figure cut
In the front. ese two blocks were
together and two other adjoining
blocks were broken. The theory is
advanced that the century was con-
tained on the other tablets, but al-
though they contained figures of some
kind they were so badly shattered
that the fgures could not. be decipher-
Mrs. McConnell has a metal casket
which she found a few feet below the
surface of the ground. In digging out
the stump of a big palmetto tree a
workmen unearthed the casket. It
contained a parchment stating that a
cross had been planted in the imme-
diate vicinity. The cross, however,
had been located years ago by Mr.
Williams, but he, believing that it
was of recent origin, eevered it p
again. The parchment save Mrs. Me-
Oonnell a clue as to the value of the
cross and ste succeeded In locating It
and has Jst had a curbing built
around it, boarding it over so that it
can be viewed with very little trou-
Historians differ as to the date of
Pon ce de Leon's landing here, but the
best authorities clam that he discov-
ered Florida in 1518. The cross is un-
doubtedly a genuine relle of the ear-
liest days in St. Augustine's history
and papers left by Ponce de Leon and
now held in the archives of Spain re-
for to the cross and the casket. In his
reports Ponce de Leon did not mention
the year of his discovery of florida
and this omtdsion has led to much
controversy over the year. The tab-
lets of coquina will s t a Aotlly settle
the point In the minds of many who
have seen them and are versed in the
early history of this ata.

Many an Ossla Ctiz FMind the
atuggle Hard

with a satk cenvtantly aching,
With distressing urinary disorders,
Daily existence is but a struggle.
No need to keep it up.
Dean's Kidney Pills will cUre yoM.
Mrs. Anna &lbrickso,. Third St., San-
ford, Fla, says: "I was a victim of
kidney trouble for years, the kidny
being so weak that I had but little
control over the action of the sere-
tions. I suffered almost constantly
from backache accompanied by pates
across my loins and some days I
could hardly get around, having so lit-
tle strength and energy. I finally ob-
tained a box of Deaa's Kidney Pils
and thelt ue as directed soon proved
that they were the remedy I needed
The kidneys gradually became stronger
my back ceased to ache and the
pains across my lobs disappeared. I
have been able to rest well at night
since and as a result, have felt much
better in every way. Don's Kidey
Pills have certainly benefited me more
than any other remedy I ever used."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Cll at Tydags & C.'s
drug store and ask what customers
Por sale by al dealers. Price 56
cent. Foster-Mlmbur Co., BuBal,
New York sele agents aor the Ualted
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SEagls meet tomorrow niht.

If you want to rent a House, R e s aet ei

If you want to buy a House. .:""
I-of Chills and Fever. Price 2c.

Do you want to sell Lot. ,b.A. M left tday for
kiwa prings.
Or would you er to buy a Lot. ..,,W1o. h ew teN...pln
Quartet at the Air Dome this evening.
It is an undisputed fact, that Real Estate brings more l d. abell Guide for 1M
8iphlding' Basebell onide for 1909
to the amount invested than any other investment will bring. just in at the( ocaa News co.
If this is true, and you know it, why don't you invest in --
Mr. A. Strauss of New York is at
Real Estate. Hones, Farms and all kinds of property for t ocala House.
%ale at verj'w-' prices. 5 or doses "WV will cure any case

MAKE THE START TODAY I of ch"s and Fever. Price
Prof. W. 8. Pike is in Jacksonville
S Rea attending the musical festival.
Faton ea of the om beaching. 3-
inch wide, 10 cents at the Globe.
A. FRANK, Manager. Short order meals promptly sedved
_. ...." ___at the Elk Cafe.
Prescriptions filled accurately and
WATI A BA N Kr delivered by the Postoffice DrUgstore.
Large line of refrigerators, several
styles and lees. Mclver & MacKay-s.
There are many ways in whil-h it serves the
Best 60 cent dinner In the city at
public, but the one now most valuable, per- the Elk cafe.
Iv- s, is to i z lp with loan. We will meet the Early breakfasts served for speal
lltd.s of con'ervative borroiwer. wrdrs at the Elk Cafe.
Nonnanys fine candles fresh every
e unrc Cha blss B nk week at the Postoffce Drugstore.
Tampa Evening Times on sale at
(INCORPORATED) the Ocala News Co.
S. plastic belts, all colors, '0 cents at
T. T. Munroe, Pre*. Z. ('. C ambists. V. ;e A. LB. &r Cashi the Globe. .




Are the merchants, the
the city. the farmers of
We accommodate all
w omen who have built
\Wp solicit a share of


New views of the courthouse at the
H. )oIN'80 Px. ddent. Ocala News Co. 4-17-ltd
r. J. C. BOOZiRJ, AsetL MM er Lonsdale bleaching, ?J-tnches wide,
GuO. J. BU T(O TedMr. .. to cents at the Globe.
Mr. T. J. Sistrunk of berlin spent
E R C I yesterdayy In Ocala ha ing dental
IA JL BA1N j, work done.
OCALA FLA OUND-Gold breast pin. Owner
can have same by calling at the Star
office and paying for this ad.
OSIT0RS I THIS BAlK Mr. and Mrs. G. A. -Panee of Toron-
to, Canada, are guests of the Ocala
professional and successful men and women of
the surround lag territory. Mosquito nets and frames, the most
classes. Our customers represent the men and improved and convenient made at Mc-
and are still building successful enterprise. River & MacKay's. 4-10-tf
f your business. Dr. D. M. Boney has been under the
-'*eather recently, but is able to be In
..... his office and attend to business.
2UmniG T FACT -
The Argosy, Railroad, Cavalier and
SAl-Story Magazines for May Just in
home to your mind that you can't at the Ocala News Co. 4-17-ltd
get better blank books. typewriter Dr. J. G. Baskin and Mr. D. B. Kibler
supplies or office supplies Ia gen- of Dannellon, are guests of the Ocala
eral anywhere In Oc-a ,or for less Hou.s
money than you can a our store, is We have porch screens, porcn rock-
what we wish t.- ao here. If you era and porch setter. Any kind want-
ed. Mclver & MacKay. 4-10-tf
need a new set of books fcr the year
of 1909 let us give you prices. Mrs. George R McKean is visiting
her sister, Mrs. C. V. Miller In Jack-
OCALA XEWS COMPANY R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
vil sell any make of second-hand
typewriterr upon easy terms If desired.
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An Immen slek o Reiabllme Waeum, kiets. Cart
and Carriages carried at allA t.
Harmess, Saddes Lap Robs me m aU nteas
carried by a tirlliasm kM n tUs IIa botl iU qmp-
Ots from the laceorles, ad always Ie SneK at very
lowest prices.
We cam save Tv memy yM. r etahyme, be Icy
large or sall.
Aents IG matoM & ea ad best ato d
wagons ad bggiete.




Bottled la Bead

One Quart $1.00

Four Quarts $50

Delivered 175

Tle Neapolitan Quarte at the Air
Dome this evening will be a treat to
everyone who loves good music.
Gerig's LLian Lawn. one pound and
two packs envelopes to machb for 50c.
at the Postoffice Drugstore.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons. 75c.
-ah: $7.50 per dozen.
The Neapolitan Quartet, which will
be at the Air Dome this evening, has
won a high reputation In some of the
leading resorts of the country.
Our pound paper is the best we
have ever had. New lot Just In. Come
In and see It The PostoffIce Drug-
Fine candies, fresh stock Schles-
singer's best. In pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
Mr. Ernest Lyles returned Monday
to his home in Gainesville after spend-
tag a few days in this city with his
tathtr, Mr. J. W. Lyles.
FOR REZK-residence of 8 rooms
on South Third street.. Apply to Dr.
Toph at the Montesuma hotel or to
Frank Ditta 4-14-tf ,
Mr. and' Mrs. C. H. Dame returned
Monday afternoon from Green Springs
where they have been for the past ten
FOU RINT-The center one of the
three new Croom cottages on South
Second street, possession April 15th
Apply to Joseph Bell. 3-4
Mr. George F. Taylor. of North Car-
olina, a graJuated pharmacist. is here
and has accepted a position with the
Coert Pharmacy.

FOR R 'T-A four-room cottage.
screened windows, city water, on
South Second street Apply to Dr.
E. Van Hood.
Our pouWd paper is the best we
have ever had. New lot Just in. Come
In and see It. The Postofflce Drug-


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Mrs. Donald E. McIver was hostess,_____I___________ _____ __ I
from 3 to 6 o'clock Monday afternoon., .- -
of the regular monthly silver tea given
by the ladles of the Pre9 stan gATS FOR BANMH.T E *
church. The parlors, balls and d-g
room of the lovely Melver home were Seats for the band Bhtrel P Idg
made very attractive by bowls and night at the armory theater will go o
vases of spring flowers, sale Wednesday at the Ocala Nwm Mr
Mrs. Ernest Rapaei& end Mrs. George Company. General -a-ms-s w1 e 87 k
MacKay assisted the hostess in re- SO cents and resaereda~i ft 7
celving and Mrs. W. H. Dodge greet-
ed the guests to the partner. Standing TEN LITTLE LOom MII
at the entrance of the dining room
were Mrs. 0. S. Scott and Mrs. C. C. Ten little lodge men west set to dine, KA
Todd, who chatted wlth each as they A cocktail floored a Ma ceaee, thsm
were going in to be served to lee cream there were ala e
and cake by Misses Bettle Wray Me-
Iver, Anna and Mary McDowell and Nine little lodge men. drinking In tbhe
Etta Hood. fate; s
The silver offering made by the Down went an Odd Fellow, and then
many ladies who called daring the there were L *
hours amounted to quite a nice little ight itte
um. Eight litte lodge men, ( tho)t ter
OOUBLE ATTRACTION A small bottle ixed a -Westen a"- g
then there were sevea. Mal
Seven little lodge men playtng tricks,
In addition to the moving pictures Another for a Red Man. then there h
and the regular orchestra at the Air were six.
Dome tonight. Prof. N. Marinaro's Ne-' to
apolitan Quartette of New York willSi little tryl. to bUhPW1
give several selecUtons, and Master and thrive. cove..t
Marinaro will sing several songs. This e next round iedM a.W0d ,m aMnd
quartette has been traveling over then there wer vl .... .
Florida the past season and won quite Five little lodge mem-the others eo.g
a reputation at Palm Beach, Miami the eoor,
and other tourist resorts. They com A Malta p t go,
to Ocala from Tampa. Those who A then tanhere wee tw. h Ue
to the Air Dome tonight will be deo
'ghted. The price of admission will Four little lodge men O a loaewy sores 0
be 15 cents for adults and 10 cents for An Elk got his habits o tea there a tlhel
children ;were three. 1am &
EASTER EBG HUNT Three little lodge men sitting 'ro w
the mw, bre.
The children of the Episcopal Sun- Away rolled a Pythian, then th day -W1
day school were given an easter egg were twao.
hunt on the golf links yesterday aft) Two little lodge men prettWy maftl
ernoon, by their teachers who are Cboned
Misses Pauline Sullivan. Annie Atkin- A Shriner couldn't stand the pita
son. Edna Dozier. Ethel Roblpson, then there was ne.-
Meta Jewett, Esther Weathers Mrs M
Erastus Hopkins and Mr. J. MIll- One little lodge man drhikng, all"t
Price. The egg hunt was planned for alone, V it
Easter Monday, but the rain prevented 1He was an agl, and took the
Its being given either then or Tues- Hewasnch homelandookth e
lay. hoe, Mm
The sixty or more children were wh
taken to the links in the buss, where. "
the colored marshmellow eggs were lkg t-
hidden. Fancy eggs were given to weekly
each while fruit lemonade and several o t M.,
kinds of tea cakes were being passed OpeiBt
by the teachers, assisted by Mrs. Geo.
C. Crom. Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Eagle- IL
ion. Mrs. Blaine and Miss Ethel Rob- ^i A
%nson. ett
The afternoon was lovely and every- A Ba,
body had an enjoyable time watching e il
the children play. I HAVE MANY Mends
PEOPLE COM TO Mn ftrom a
Dr. D. M. Boney. yesterday, sent a wAth i
telegram to Senator Baker and Repre- After they have ttrW a
sentative Cam. thanking them for sort of eye d oto MdWA A
their good work in passing a binl reg- eye t 'st st5 styits
ulating the practice of opteometry in I do not edaln to know JsE .
this state. If the bill becomes a law, everything, but 1 do Itow
It will do away with peddling eye- howne thio well. I kw two
glasses or. the street corners, how to ftispectaes so as tw tpe
to reieve may ile and .at the
ailments that wUi never
Rev. C. C. Carroll was taken sud- rflvd Btat wil wae e
enIvrv[)lais I** .nT< s i b be revived -ay other way. M-P. A

unsy ver. sin just event.ig ax i o coma
and the services of two physlicia
were required through the nightL e
suffered intensely and Is very weak
Don't forget that the band will give
Its annual minstrel at the armory Fri-
day nighLt. This will be one of the
best home talent attractions ever giv-
en In the city and the house will' be
Home on Oklawaha avenue known
as the Spellman House, for mat. Ap-
ply to A. G. Gates. 4-14-tf
We often wonder bow may pma1
can be persuaded Into taking any
thing but Poley's Homey sad Tar lor
coughs, colds and lung trouble. Do
not be fooled into aeetqptvg "ows
make" of other substitute. The ge-
utne contains no harmful drag and
is in a yellow package. Sold by af






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AND r"ty Ma- Sed -co -et:

I notice you are to debate toiSht
In behalf of prhbtiokn. You will
without donot told that it spreads
The inl 3SM IH C40al- (to a O-I Cainld poverty and devastation, muntcpaly
San -d otherwise. Georgia completed ts
Fr e Ie. Carries Im TIMs IN Ld afirnt year without saloons January 1.
With prohibition and the panic the
1 fee WiA S P J1M state's income was half a million dol-
lae greater, Atlanta two hundred
What be Pnple Waot e ie r i re t
WW amn ee W L forty thousad dolarm grterM. Ml
teand lees arrests. Atlanta real
Ab carries a Cmplede Wte luIliers sId S IMate 9s tIss *mmth three thouamd
Se hundred doars front foot -thse
dardware, Crriaes Ha BW Hm0e, "aism 6 record. ..p.. I. LSE Y,
Publisher The Georgian.
lak ever emr Stck ao S get dr prices, behdre --
e y r g ils id Ju At lanta, Ga., March 26, 1909.
._ ^ Milwaukee.
El V Ro Tur telegram Inquiring about pro-
A_ -1hibition In Atlanta referred to me for
reply. Business conditions in Atlanta
N Ar -- -_' Br n as good as in any southern city. wet
'or dry, and steadily improving. Real
O lr estate value greater than ever before
Ocala, Flovida and important improvements under
tive. Industry steadily improving and
bank clearing Increasing. Collections
good. As to enforcement of law and ef-
ftW on crime refer you to City Re-
Sec. Chamber of Commerce.
Birmingham, Ala., March 2, 190.
S- prohibition has wrought vast In-
3j4t *mO- j --i A m F* lprovements In Birmingham, far less
ad s 9w on ad upww UKr r n drunkenness, fewer cases of crime
caused by drink. Some violations, but
ATH MAs wL uIA N not more than expected. Prohibition
a bleslsna especially to the laboring
classes. Money formerly spent for
whisky and beer now goes to pur-
cehase of homes and comfort of fam-
*h*yPres~ident Howard College.
WashingtonSem ar, March 26, 1.
Ur. lsUoen Dal wrou rtou-
CORNER NORTH AVB. AND BACnllrs'hfi, ATLANTA, GA. r Mawakel .
For girls and young ladies, established 1878. Number boarding stu- Uu"ee ay ipobtfewor taes oihe
dents strictly limited to Insure refined home life. Classes divided into st sed Is verany known tola work
small sections, personal attention to each pupIL Faculty of 18 spedal- tor- our good. People as a whole ap-
lsts. Conservatory advantages In MUSIC, ART, ELOCUTION. Certil. prove the law. B. COmRUt
cate admits to Vassar, Wellesley. etc. Catalog free. Godn r of Alabama.
L. D. SCO(T, EMMA B. SCOTT, PRIIPAI. Atlanta, Ga., March M. -9W.
Samuel Dickle,
Prohibition In Atlanta Is more suc-
Caesful than its strongest supporters
anticipated. Our bankers and wromld-
nent bustnessh men generally are well
Smtsied, especially our manufacture
ers, who are delighted as they are
getPtge more efi ent help than be-
fore. Pollee court trials for drunken-
ness and disorder decreased one-third.
Real estate values have increased
from twaety-fve to as much as one
hundred per pent. in many cases on
central property. We are, of course,
troubled with some illegal sales.
SCourts re e nforeng law fairly well
wMM TYOu eATr B gh% a d ha beMs ainst violnors. Business done in
I rs e Afo Sovmer 80 Ye A as bore the SgmS eg Atlanta s -better than In any other
a" bo moem dee e e ud b hi. SPe southern city.
goiad m Business Man.
Adf Alawfnete oodecYoula- thi. ---
AUiCouN felts Iita mea aid "Jam tas-M"m barme bat Atlanta, ., March 26, 1I M.
pe hIMnant tat tre with ad ier the health rt Mr. Samuel Dickle,
lema and ID-- u . A rte Th te people of Atlanta re
overwbehlmgty In favor of state ro-
Sment of the law. Any one who can*
not see thmt prohibition has greatly.

gene Drope mmd So ng Syrp. It i- 1 mf AItB deed be blind. Prohibition Is by no
eeotlnas neither Opham' Um-phine mur e -aKee means a failure in AAt a. It is r
_sm ^y """" "^ *jmaglsftce et s ess In G eotgia.
gmentn. Its 2e 1 1DD. T
a m14 alh ]L'arimgas. It ar-- bTiiM Sad Whtd State Treasurer and Member Head-
Ve0]s. I lgel s "argm a Apata quarters Committee Anti-Saloon
and l Btuemecy. It aaslumhtro the Food, regulates the g ta
0 and BW ea, gI g b-ealt-- -a- _1tu l'-- BirrhluaeM, Ala., March 26, 1919.
The Childe irms-'s P A= T M F e Mr. Samuel Dilekh,
Milwaukee, Wis.
s sm frtyCASTORIAea owf*: pr oh biio AMA

police arrests. Prisoners In county
Jails forty per cent less in 1918 than
previous year. Building in 1908, in
spite of off year, was greater than
First Vice President Pratt Consolidat-
ed Coal Company.

T Kt HaA Strong Argument
-lThe following card mrde Into a
Theblotter, signed by a osen grocery
firms of Delaware, 0., has been scat-
In Use For Ov r 30 Years tered by the thousands, and has pror-
ed very effective In a campaign which
m meemes m i -en S -w_*-IM- M-ss e- *s-m. writes Dr. C. W. Barnes, "Is moving
"Anyone who drinks three glasses
of whiskey a day for one year and
pays ten cents a drink for it. can have
In exchange at any of the firms whose
names appear on this card three bar-
rels of flour, twenty bushels of pota-
one barrel of crackers, one pound of
L Pepper, two pounds of tea, fifty
pounds of butter, ten ounMds of
ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED tcees.Wtw -.^vd thedancas
SI1of tomatoes, ten dosen pickles, ten
"New York ad Florapecians of corn, eigteen
boxes of matches, half a bushel of
tI Belid Vetibule Trains, Steam and Eletris Heated, Dinisg Cars, beas. 1-t cakes of soap, and twelve
packages of rolled oats, for the *ame
A kA money, and get $15.30 premium for
making the change in his expedi-

am W loqtmu mpi a

AmwublI in ah- bd~in
and~~ p opYe Um

Weak --I aed *%..i -K.&-
he cm of 1ilgela dy4sepel aen
heart a fad breath, eoated t ue
powr W. gn'VI, A--%.-
aMnd ind derang-
ae atof the stooMch. lher ant b&owuil
BreaM eus i all the above dit rMing
almets. the B Medial Deimevor'
Is t aa all disas of the amem'
arhm eIaytarrh., whether of thew
main poa > or of the Isnack. boweo
or pelvis enasI. Even O n. ulouat've
aps eit w l yd to teh t seto m-

novMY 0hr, idbormne may -etWa-

he treatmAE wuwsallyOM iu W eM
In coaMrLaen mdoumsem ee caus te be-
ieL. thnaet aod bu g wtiom. xcmc-
aW Its adveaced stwe. s heGa
Daundy an Isda W .eresat Urem-
oa ceoasecd byr IrritUation d c of
0o0w is st good for cutete eoua l aft-
aM f&rM uBde. ctd. Or must it be ex-
Petad a o remoirnomMuon tlits advmoed

I have opened a amre between the
laundry ad ma t, where I will bary
and sell all kinds at nk" sch as
old metal, bone, hides, baggta tal-
low, barrels, rubber, etc, etc. I wll
also buy and seo l mamdn and flar_
niture and repair furantmre, stove,
etc. An experlesced "an with all
tools and *ac iti fzor dotgrepair
work will be In charge of the repair
department, and *&atadetloa Is guar-
anteed. Bee me If you tav anythbne
to sell or repair. e ,. Deeker.
8-16-0 Phone L341
One at the greatest cenveneeas
about the bouseo sono oC thee Amer-
ican electric Smoothng fbreus. Mt-
ed In a anbute, an even telaparatu
aever sled or mmnld. Get yom wlft
mother or sister one a these. Two
tees and prime. Ask R. W. Tue er
to dshw them to i"o.
We have a so od arload oa canta-
loupe baskets In ear wareboeus and
can. make the wVery eloet possible
price a them. McOer 6 MacKay.
flea in a keen, clear brain, backed by
Indomitable will and reetless eneay.
Such power comes from the splendid
health that Dr. Kinl's New Life Plls
Impart. They vitalise every organ
and buUild up brain and body. J. A.
Harmon, Lmmore, W. Va., writes:
"They are the best pll I ever' used."
26c at all drugints.

0T.5, Loulsville, Ky., and return.
account Southern Electrical atd
Industrial Expositoa. Tickets oa
nabe April 12, 157,17 19, and 4.
Final lImit April 12," iS.
7.15, LoultvlLe. Ky., and retu.
account Seouthern Baptist Conven-
tion. Tickets oan ae May 10, 11,
12 and 11. nal limit May 22.
$17.65, Asheville, N. C.. and return,
amount National Asodatioa T.

80 days from bat not inmudinug
date of sale.
27.MB, Loansville, Ky., and return,
account annual semi.a Ancient
Arable Order, NTobles of the My-
tic Shrine. TIckets on eale June
5, 6, 7 and 8. Pleal limit June
17, 1909.
17.65, Asheville, N. C.. and return,
account International Convention
Baraea and Phllathea. Tickets on
sale June 17 and 18. FInal limit
June 25, 1909.
$14.25, Atlanta, Ga., and return, ac-
count American Aueoclation of
Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
$17.5, Asheville, N. C., and return,
account Dramatic Order Knicaghts
of Khorasean, blenniall meeting.
Tickets oan sale July 8, 9, 10, and
11. Final limit July 26., 1909.
For full Information ad sleeper

reservations call on any agent Sea-
board or write to S. C. Bpyton,
Ast. Gen. Pas. Agent, Jacksovlfle,
Fla.; or call on H. C. Raysor, C. T.
A., Ocala, Fla.
Have you neglected your kidneys?
Have you' ovuerworked yur aervou
sytem an caused trnoble wtk your
kIdne and bmderw? Have ou paln
In loia side, .bak, egras and blad-
der?. Have you a flabby appearance
of the ace especallr under te eyes?
Too frequent a daesIr to p m urine?
If so. Wlmamr' i bey P.s wil ere
yoe. Sold by the AnUt-Loopoly

We h*o a lare npe af fre weood,

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amanndyou emwibmt ye
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