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 21, 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: VID03147
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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ULIUUUIUUUL ~1 4o32S l'rWs'p&itywith practically
WaM~to.April *1.-Wheat, O no oppoultion on the pert of thetb i'-W&bgo ~U~-"~
Angie 4.Psaek-or any other grlf'sunsprossed to be loyal to the Uwietal Or ftVtl bill 6(31 9:42
MIL-KOW ie the so$& of- S~SI5V ~ hfdat 51any w o wveinfbaeM faction. ~ tb
milkwithut he bfferftt WL.*W P Ukbeut UWA a4wuro" The- report ent. out that tbq i CW
in lqui f~n m duUe~ue .4 wt*~t fsor delui -111.11 M yttide Ad- haud.abdicated Is Urmie-13. Usb w In j* A .*~uit
te. W N.*etaw ?volda&Tat r~t c0 Ieetavch with the ,TouMarT~puei -
fying drink. MIL-KOW isr A AtOIS i Morov eftw lWicefteahIam amin pSAtY and Is.rjaepaverinto -esablisi ernatei,,A& a
without presofvativeo r a4 b.LSSI-oh Sgvierammteoh ave- lazakle relations With It. whe dco* 4W~thbi-bM414 matpw4.ti.i
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danger from disosee graw *01 ~~ ~ae~ Ioi -val i..~. 1 ht4iam eme e
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cooking snd baking. Two on ~AWii 1te4, may h e duforIto, heefetaLth pole wl be The AMdw" bill As fin 46i- a
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Mr. Gelger was born S Ievy eo... ot wT r Arr..> .. ... 1 4 N U tt lat ear. amadi
ty about fifty year Ba. e H g M-- -rnts *h k, -dateR it w
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Miami, April 1-Lo Cdatrqaes seea ee ste hv S
Engineer J. C. hMe of th.e nSdMll .mooif I WOjob
hin home in this ity .eestewdal. &M t a We te l ati ne j
THE MAY AMERI MAAa e A10 gd masll e
i IAt an tt- he boMwed a strdagt .- f ne'rs- to the aet of M e
An Indictment of the richest church eTg a ior 1 who etd c his dat, I& R asp termer sinter who regret e-itl
In America-but an Ind .mletmeat MW ~.1d 'i .
does not disturt o falth iand t || AS a HMeS Cuts OW Cmittee Carks
-Is Ray stan a then.. i *11 S. 2 -O f f e the
hatis article, "The h. Agabt TrRlitm dark A 1 mee or f iartau t ge r -, m amY, ea in
which is the leadlg feature of the dark hair, but withal a sUp of a gtrL lo.4oup~a~lty alth4 is b Is resolutlon the femr atiarty be
May American Mda!tine. It Is a scath- Th.e I. f A.f deah esa.s r .m.. h which s a clerk w wed to eteh
Ing arraignment before Lbthe bar o regret ut this reg t .a .elt llouse d m siV ape Vt ah
public opinion. withi ynMpthy r VIgS deou, wbin'f m *1wa- Mmii Sdeiwi, itg mis - M.egieu -s w -ggig-ge gm i b
"The Indecent Stge" by faaml y wk odt w ye-s's as -pl- tast a Se
Hopkins Adams is asoimmemt oSa he hed B1eWe 3SSwhueaaeseatlBe This wlt sean ac Sete
present tendency of 10 treater. hTb. 1 'A 1SSSu.a 1Of mpee guin
number of lewd and humoral theatrical gWAWWM$ .PUMAN 1w a Wrkt pued aad tik. egM aCa m Aam__A Rhied -
offerlngs today before the publle IS ap- ..
palling. Al.MR' u We e CAMMi e e M lvrwIth he *atal The- bo-W e ase vered a remoluttI
True stories which illustrate how U.ited Statin li w io redmes the pie of amilgam allowed
sharp eyes, quick th aing and ingesat- Pigegry t f to melaters w oft r to tare wectak
ous signals wuin baoball games ar einii act Api -la city. r ... r The ra de o t ate a wha

baseball expert, under the title of The a -~. ..*. -*- .. MlJ SCovry. It' The GoveViner'e
Fine Points of the Skme."*The artlete Ia ae so medS!3me with all Governor Oflebrist semt a brief mee-
is full of pictures of the moat -ps"i -~ i .... a em lm tee _m a sgin-- h um to tho e toeS5I W to Wlcf heds
nent players. Unites 9spas aemsn two yreh ece. titagel dia'S aMSa e ejlub thet plored the queMavl between the mum-
This particular issuto coutas U Mewa s ern akealtle br of the atait be of me et sI
some exceptional flctUo A thriWl ig U uta. mt as WWf oM 70mi fight to hae the educational board. 'e 'plta ouat
story of ^ J"a Japanese- law nJ ekf 11 tr hEAS emefi c. Fr~e0 thaa*t there must be e bom y h
sole is MThe Butler" by Mary 5 ThMan.U than another. sa that the a. bea
tond Shipman Aadrews. S gMaril hta pelit-otoftf O is rt.
contributes "Poor ft Dosi" ans c hb the race, however. womsenao L" "r.ioW CiS1
writers of short sti who appear i it ht not bethCmball k e IN Hit WORKt
this number are James Oppenhelm "t1 M s to r the b t of his mS.RAA 'Seid' og "ee
r rs adis t our continues In mn 5irset -* W to d a As l i a
-bso, ui n Installh t and "0. 0." Be o il l" s o"_thaIn I.~_ a am e "n A l" .
tributes some wagre of her dHig*H* h IZ T-bhab ei Ap oamor ias
letters. "A Young Instru4tor -d r h *ist ae iS lls whe Wias mNUSr tum isne tw 2Wb speft asty te en tInre day yebrdy-
Big Dream" Is a revolutionary Idea S -t1 be2r~ iSSS. 2 be a kte < wragtiBng over eememy. After ft
collegiate education. William Aollef e OfwSlt bu. lusLussei aP lBtaod *ertre hn tres rt tihe eati nanne. traae
White write again on "The Old Order Is~a esTOf -asr adiofeldits.sob X h WbsOf isa Mr. h oa Mo aeallewrteSa oe
Changeth;" as editorial on the tar th SRueir4 ib .ewhim th1e e-i h eat ne t clerBBoshi Au se
appears from the pen of Miss TahPeB ea .j, T e St w. 15 "' ed w near thbroeekl atp Ore flrtbfa
and the "Intergreter's HoUse" coutama .g -- .. d-- B Oin g" will do M the Mklar emt.ees
Its usual meaty reading. icoinin.sit theh bones
TYPHOID CONQUtERKD ee"r bi1 s hia m ta. e ier a w6e At WeR W. C. T. U. a ts det e ashad % ee.e

t a to e ti- -...,, thi.s zeoa.-- m.tabera, t a teetiom se.". ta
From this time on it i -* o ,aa fte "" ther .s.t pri The regalar. needing o the alom ded fa oeoIta' d&abotlwhlaS the 0legi.
question wsther one wi1s to he he b et at held a to at the ,,.. Tis e tt m a.
oprot agans t attack by typhoM ever p I W irm aa s the ea t u Mcrs dret. St of -re tamed
or not. Certainly there can be s l Oeto-be UM sX vaeO Lawreasee UrM ns, preidia, and was dow.
reasnfor contracting the hlady t- te w asme sgaIe m- egin4 with sgatn nd N -rdtar of the .8 Al Mlee. weoias W Imele
lss one chooses. -or Q t e-- o t t "W" rw
People nowadays do not w eath* ee- I eeta- Jal a AlfUsate was now the y
smallpox if they have been proir itves Carn aad IOght in reard to tern- dicdaIt voloe l the house yeter-
vaccinated. Ibcase they neglect that WILLIAM peace legislation at Tallahassee. day when the vote was take D lect
customary prauation it is eo ,neMired, Pape- wer read -by Prealdent Jones the democratic partr amlam for
that they ha) deliberately e"paffi 'a. bas e "Tohabeo," Mra V. P.P Kelsy, on Unlted States seaator from iSealk, IL
themselves to the risk of o Metagtlo "Maokwr ,ANI e M issoe on y. U. etcher He declared that be
The same proposition wil la nfttrt the "-Z Chd Labor Comaree" an wanted to vote for Broward, but moder
apply to typhoid, Inasmuch as m ea~.~'M . e Mrs. ul aJg "Eep g xe g the primary lw ha Wa te0i. 4o ote .
have been ft whereby, inoestiMe Lia, ,r ---d g .l. or ltertn e. Mr. trIteaher o as mi-
with suitable cne" anybody .M.....M..In.. fl L. bd t 5 of t ated h thI theater utly M Ma be, wh.
be rebde red per neatly immune5t4a a he ic2w.a eke mir. Uoert Allaep W- S of pi pests Mr- Chaae
is to say, inca ple of acquiring the aom o. r a r made .the Qaele Int the oonke.
dlAease. a a. .. fc anaMiM I%" ?. r I Uhm r r
The principle of vaccination 1r 2A a ta S inh e dc M tNaNT AUTNORITd.ReftY
smallpox is that of l aii t "wTh oan aig THE TArOARO. MAtQAZINE tant heat.4ar raftte -I ae06be tr
of a nearly-related disease o the .. r.~ 41 d, w-. e w t SiAkn to leae- OVI THE MUSIC.... WORLD t ~ftcolt fThts sI very
much milder In character, to p a m. wen, bt how people wth
Immunity asalnst, the 30more sin thse Fr *I Tedieum tauuaet aad Amatem matima fLGew that advre? H ie a*-
Imalady. This ..e.s no _-adays le- m ,m .y --so* Ba W
oarginning to be applied with. eoaa-, 0.. -, m ia a X a nhew ead ta ard ow Ln @tm a tie ****
other maladies, notbly re e nti-b uesIna inr01t". b s. "Ml -i wdot tanu. (,Btaawil SetW go; avig y asM ad a m il
Pasteur discoverand heint nd al lWtoar at least 53,) Gives aalsa asa b permmm
bubonsc plsoa e sto lterat. ~.F .ot a at t I bi aiDO ,. .S... -
Vaccinaton fo typhoid-Deeist ** I gvou ionar lis van. e* to mftnlam and mui love t Monopoly Drag soare. Ater
out ly Sir A. t Wrght, of xL^MMM--o 4bou"tM a o . Visit- 41a, -- f- W.0 ---%teS -* omthrsl --ution"

9 e* Se- S pe eastl a steatps for a 1amplert
a hingeon th M anti ,ee a t ft Bolear py. aem olf mtle a st roowIBe, Ap8l eL-At I46t oI ets
washington, quates^al e teleak tas with the, body eat imW aImmunlaring flat have bee o ohi wherf he temal aes wna OatkaM COMPAY in the Cntualedf. endt beft0e tUi
tured and put sg In sealed sMA ^ -ei. lt the ay so tlaeould be ttUthed the em-
ready for hmttbeis tim eoI he wa, laid to rmt, If a t Sloi. nm ie bulding w1 dar&ea sad ad-T1t.
0. .. 1A t -tb- oo boo U emandwas da m -

For military purpoe e. I it to of e* o eI orn l fe a all 7 the hero ert t e who ather
to fight the o atm. The gesta wer
most importance to find a to g, A.edhe ic -sio-The' wo to aa.V
whereby the putrid fever" wMik t t waned barelyIn tet, and -a of
always beenM most deadly o e es t -tah. them bed to Sah their dre4..~- if
troops-comnailuly killing mamme -m8 MIMa A d itad ato lamd. an k ll l they had enouAgh to dream with, the
than were slain by the eftday-a b ib au A uaI and ae s treet. t i
be robbed at Its power to re. .s."el a". B-hagstr eer W tho of the Tamp
From Typhod er Conasae r t w e e by t Northe cae very near loaa his
Technical World Magaine for mnw. 1 n t helped ill by HNo rt he Be wa wery It to tnis
his E h r hamd. Beer patteNt Iwhae4 4 0,6 to get ftroe beneath a fal1ig roo S#
THE COLORED ORATO_ ae, his ter hagta wa *S or othee was badly burned about ti ha asad
h e" er r ur w*e arms. other guests wee slghtly
Many stories have been tMold 1 e a, m uait i the gret batte ft AMERICAMN CRU#SER burned by the lteeee heat.
ludicroxa takes of negro ra ft I*s A da hMer to this a-e loved ad" The hotel was Iuared tor 1,Km sad
Here Is one for which Governor Cm t. P THE ORIENT the fnriture for $., whi eay
wanson, of Virginia, toi rspoftei j. 4 Vbe, pastor of the Mathed- A.wl L-For the p partially cover the Bomas. The hol
In a anall Virginia town a pma Um tho ebuleh, paed e taacai r. *as btof Aeril cLsor e e pro was bal operated by Mr So De ad t
negro was delivering a forth a ofAerean cities, ad their ala at
addrew to an audience of colored a. ,tatmste. in Turkey, the 4hnstr"n w about $n worth f An t ,ttMe. he
He said: V.cad de idd t send the cruisers North houe of Dr. H. Co caught ra o t
"My colored fellow cite: W (n a Motaa, ow at Gun- but was t.*' e before any sor-
have Oecaston to be prsad oC Of te UAfl l taaaM to to Alwibdri* and the Moed- dag ag occured.
Fourth of July. It was n th erth fl J f Ite uean coast In the vicinity of the
of July. 17T. that .reC ent masoae. You should not delay auder aw
lumbus landed on Plymouth ,"k The rindoili latornation orf the cat...-taaea s to ease of kidaey and
proclaimed freedom, liberty mu"-.0Li 1 W10 fl' toe t at rOut CostSant io bladder trouble. Toa should tame
pendence to all mankind. Aand wat Bul1k i that ter so U dloat of a pe- somethtg prompt that ye kSaw is
was they doing down ahe, la V4ggI. editated act against foreigners. reia. somoalag lo DeWutf KdE
ny at that time? They had theirhla- "Days ad Bamer Pta They are aa-
n the black man's eck a- ae I I SKILLED PAINTING equaled for week bask, b**. t-N ab
let senter tyrannlbe -J a...aala of the b r a rbemaa
"My colored fellow Italea, this ." .I sa prepared to take any job of paias, etc. When ya A2t De-
a great country. It is the1 oag athba, as matter how large or how Wtts Kidney and Bladder PIk C
nation the sun ever shise a. it g w r how Ite the work desired sure yea- get thoe. fhey are a21-
1* these dlmmererats gU $to ft ,i" b e. I have the material brushes septia. Aesept aoso -b.t *
here they'll do like they done Ia. - '. ad healed to paint and do It upon getting t. Night t. o ai
Look at Rome. Once the p-- u * light. Seems paiated Inside and ot. aB draggista.
ter of the land sad ale Q Salg, gfdiaa, hard oa fll imsa I

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If you want a BS. t..

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Do you wa B d al L Dr. w ..Do. .eretned a -
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Or would pyou0 u a0t1. 11AyC-;
a or, doaom 1 we W ECu at y a
of Chills and Pever. Price t2c.

It is an undisputed faM, that Real iltat brings more Mr. W. P. (aior of Tampa. Is at the
to the a mount investe&thbanay other inoTltA emt wiUll o. e.
If this is true, and you know it, why don't you invest in s*,,ag, eOan laew U. or tt C
Real Estate. Homes, farms aid all knd of property for Jt n at mtoW (a xews Co.
sale at very low prices. ,Mr. C. W. Moody of Dunnelion. is at
Sat very low the Ocala Hoe.

MAKE THE START TODAY 1f, d ,. p, 2 .
S4 *Mr. R. k HRelfveaston is at the Ocala
F ru lt or t he m n ,lou hn."
rMarion Rty, CO p iYnch wide. ie ents at the Globe.
A. FRANK Manager.
F K ,r Mr. W. F. McAllister of New York. I
Is as the OOla House.
hn n--S- -h Snort order eals promptly sedved
i. II. BIAITCH. Managm J. C. CBOoz, Asst. Mnamr at the Elk Cate.
OmJ. J. lM CB, Teolle. Mr. E. C. Bennett is spending a few
days in Orlando attending to business.
COMMErecrptionRCIAL BANfilled accurately and
S1 COM M ERCIAL delivered by the Postoffee Drugstore.
ALadies' gamze vests. 10 cent quality.
SALA, VIA n. cents at the Globe. ,
Large line of refrigerators, several
THE DEPOSIT.I, TBI A K w" ^ .r .N.'.
Best S0 cent dinner In the city at
Are the merchants, the prseauad seoufal men and w en of the Elk Cae.
the city, the farmers of the 0 e1l0aig trittoky. @
We accommodate all classes. Oi U t enoats represent th men and Early breakfasts served for spell
women who have bulHt ad aid tl h-a Am w succemful enterprise. at the Elk Caf.
We solicit a share of your hiP Nunnauy's fine candles fresh every
S____________. week at the Postotflce Drugstore.
P a g_ 9S W FACT Tampa Evening Times on sale at
the Oeala News Co.

b hog; to yewr mind that you ema't Elastic belts, an colors, '0 cents atI
g WettW blak books tywritW Glob.
spoupas oface supplies to gea- New views of the courthouse at the t
n.. '@rl in OC1L.or. fe. :jMOcala News Co. 4-11-ltd
tral anywhen in Oceas or for less\
meery tW ha n e a a our store, i Mrs. Eraatus Hopkins and Miss Dor-
othy '"Cajtn have Joined Mr. Hopkins
s .^~w lHftat wewlshf tc 4o re. If you at lnveae.
nel,.a now seot lt boos tho e WIND--Ood breast pin. Owner
__ of 1"9a let ua give you pcan have same by ealltn at the Star
ote Wad paying for this ad.
S"O XA "WA There were three cames In the may-
e>r*- ^^g NWANor'es court this morning and $15 In
I I-_- --.- -- - .... ....... -1-, afine*s was collected.
Mosquito nets and frames the most
_, ,_ improved and convenient made at Me-
Ier & MacKay's. 4-10-ti
1 Mrs. Annie Martin and. her son-in-
KU" law, Mr. Jack Walker, returned to
I uastlake yesterday.
FO i
S" -Th Argosy, Railroad, Cavalier and
All-Story Masazines for May Just In
343 1 *N 110 j*f at the Oala News Co. 4-17-ltd
"Mrs. J. J. Pyles and ltttle grandson.
-- 3 '--Itlrll B0 M on L3mm5s3 went up- to Lowell
+ today to visit Mrs. B. E. Raysor.
We have porch screens, poren rock-
4 SL00"t4' era and porch settes. Any kind want-
Hk ' Miss LII.u Brnumby entertained the
r O -Reading Club at her home on Okla-
waha avenue Tuesday afternoon.
Gerog's Llnen Lawn, one pound and
D Vw .two pack. envelopes to math for Se..
......- .._ ^.at the Postofflce Drugstore.
Mr. C. C. Wilson of Richmond. Va..
-Thin ina ,hi c,- H h, amoaG rs night's arrivals at the

I Private loCK l lR. C. Davis Co., of Jacksonv lle,
handle silk typewriter ribbons. 76c.
and we F~ Cin'K it to inch: 37.50 per aesesn

ibe oo as y botlrd in r. B. Brown and Mr. B. K.
.be good U btcd in Thrower of Gainesville are guests of
S bod whiskey on the market, ouse
that it omi for "S oa quar Colored lawns, the very thing tor
Sfo quart summer dres: me of !t bordered.
-- j eents per yard at the Globe.
A nice Hne of hammocks, different
Mt les and price., at Mclver & Mac-
T UI O&a's. 4-10-tt
Gerlg's Lines Lawn. one pound and
OCALA 'FLORIM A two pacs envelopes to match for 60c.
at the .PoetotfeDrugstore.
Mr. K. M. Howard returned this aft-
ermoon from Auburadale, where he
I~ - 2 went Friday to Inspect his fine orange
Our pound paper Is the best we
have ever had. New lot just in. Come
Sto nadwsee It. The Poetofftoe Drua-

i'- eandles, fresh stock Schles-
singer's best, In pounds and half-
ma ^ ia "K ,., --epsInll. pads, at ~Ialards news and fruit
: FOR N T *--A four-room cottaCe,
A- Lscreened windows. city water, on-
;U -^ t" N" a*L W /-m South Second street. Apply to Dr.

"f .r q- -n~i d b Cosakand. b have ever had. New lot Just in. Come
in* and swe It. T jPostafice Drg

W 't. -'-- L O T--On Tuesday afternoon near
S- -"it h,-: i. theea traA. a back comb with

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The 9" 3Ue h Aruhxy hkad a
their -- m ~ wdo t- Aftudof
lawmosw msieto&, wm 1- 01by
their mIfMwstudies,=4 a wt of
the wode 1at Ow to. wilbe must to

the mapa m eh. A e, amber
of the friends of tkhe m en of the
Auxlary wee pmmrnt duras the t
houom how otr to ax t 'dod. aa d the
occadom had all the hWlacy mid s-
loyrnet of a ds~chtfa odanl n.o-

Mrs. Bittlgsr's home wa betu-
fully decorated ftr the afternoon with
quantitles of petted plants on the v-
randa, and a umber in the fal ReN t
rooms. But the -p M deontive l
effect was produced by the jaudiclokw
and charment use of JapNefe t m-



'sag Emi~~by

brellas, lanterns tans, scrolls and a
mats, which converted the hose Into
quite a good repremetatiom of a Jap. SATS OR BAND. .IMUTW.RL i^ l
*anese home. AU the young ladles. -- .t
listing re ly at night at the armory theater wfl ibi
kim as with beaufttelk eSM and male' Wednerday at the Ocala News t r ftoim s.
their colferes were adorned with Company. General admision will be take such amount
small fans and big bright paper Chrys- eents an d -reserd v 6 m- ...""S
anthemums, the feet being quite be- THE A S K ,WIL ,,
witching. CLOWED *gXT' ii
Serving Iced tea in the hall trom a" '
big punch bowl under a huge red and Monday. April Mth, betag a l
yellow umbrella were Misses Bthel holiday. the baaks of -the *d: wIR e
Robinson and Alice Bullock. lose for buslnes oa th 4a.. 5
In the parlor Mrs. Julia S. flaisley, IT'E QUITE DIFFER INT MOW 1 *hb lAP.
Mrs. B. A. Weathers and Mrs. C. L. -ts
Gamsby received with the hostess. A few years atb If people wastM*' l &iI!Sa-
T..owns, and eac the Lead and Oil and mix. It them-. s
had in tneir hair one attractive chrys- c lves. as there were no Paur eaftdy- u' d '
anthemum, the Bower that is so sag- M xed Paints to be bad. Today oc. T
gestive of the faFtinating country o0 ev'*er there Is no reasonable uxe ue fer
using the antiquated hand-ai *4 paint l
Japan. wince you can buy
In the next room Mit Esther you can buy
Davis IW pe, ,en t ,P,, PVMu, .
Weathers and Miss Pauline Sullivan vs 10 per cent Pure Palt wM ..
served puffed rice candy, after which stand the test of the most rigid P]one ag an
Mrs. C. 8. Cullen asked the guests, Plint Law. Fr asle by toU MaRg W a t br .
among whom. by the way. were sev- Hardware Co0, Ocala, :. l x
eral gentlemen Into the dining room. . a
where Misses Laura Norwood, Sue auMence at WIldwoeod last maght A
Anderson and Caroline Pasteur were the "Bellet of the Superattal 4 1 t
servb. Mrs. Horace Harold poured erature." He I is VttILitsto i t
tea during a part of the afternoon', nfht, My ^
and Miss Minae Pmsby relieved her ble. Our people shoilndt ali)e
of this pleesnt duty for a part of the gifted speaker to feave O mb t ~a st
afternoon. With the tea was served they have listeae to eO t h"-.AhimL
perfectly delAhful sponge cake and t it0t so s h t@Wshb o 9
crystalsed ginger. Iced le momade 2 t he
was also served tn the dialag room. e petum at, t h A ISem
The serving tabM had as tts center evening were extra od. ad.
piece a bowl of red .oleander bkaoms music by the NeapebtnR Qw artet W
and otaing butapanese chba wM sup ive The querat 2U* 1
atd at this a Ai o ee asa Ot M
Mrs. Jake Brown and Mrs. Nor- tke se is too gmato as 1
wood also aaslsteA Mrs. Bittinger I
various wayp during the afternoon. Urs. Lee Miller who latet0ledl iwge '=
as did quite a number of other ladies. Monday for Jacksommli e to ase,: ...
In the music room all during the af-- decided to remain n O-4d a ier
week so as to be with her skaters MaO
ternoon lovely pieces were played by brothers during her mother's aboMee -V "
a number of talented young pianists, this week in Tallahabs /
among whom were Misses Adele Bi- lega!
t.nger,.Sara Davis, Elen Clark. on. ae
and Jean Teagne. In this room also ..
was a table of Japrnese novelties and
curiosities, which were quite inter-
esting. At a table In this room Mins- I h
es Meta Jewett and Annie Davis sold tl
lovely Jaaese fans, which were
greatly admired. 0O 0I
The piano was decorated with two ope" "the hI
large vases of artificial chrysanthe. I eAVE MA de lli i.
mums, which were so natural that it POPE COMB TO M-I nlWl mM
was hard to realize that they were After they have tt"ed a "u ..
made from paper, sorts, of .*Y doctors, X_ 3. a 3i e e l
The amount realized at this tea was eye treatmlets. Inte-det 6f the dty i
all that could have been wished, and everythidnot claim td w oC k Owtea 1*
they were much gratified at the sue- one thing we.l I know e i osf.g -aSwl l
cess that attended the first -tea that how to at spectahe u a as to ttl
they have ever given. to rense tat. wil .M .oa t
ailmen that b m4 0N oo
Mrs. Haisley. Mrs. Weathers, Mrs. be relieved ay 41he i 4'
Bittinger. Mrs. Gamsby and Mrs. Cul-
len are the ofcers of the Woman's I OEWr- .5de51 aL" b15 " "' *
Auxiliary, and their work In this or- Eyesight Speciala, Omab a 1W
ganization has been most effective. D ye DSt KU. D. sO' 3, 101
The presence of Mrs. C. H. Gamsby Oeal Fla. .A.eiM, I a ,bS^
and Mrs. Haisley's sister, Mrs. Bev- Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. 4and L NA, p --o Iis
ille. ths t ea gave a great deal of 1:30 to 4:30 p. a. OptSl6 ilso.
pleasure to their friends. b laloractor, k.ams ad 4 a-..
JUNK BOUGHT AND SOLD Miss Btte ray M er left tis a
I have opened a store between the afternoon for Atlanta, where she .l e a a
laundry and market, wbere I wil byar vt Mrs. Carrn K. enton tr. : ;: .
and sell all kinds of "jnk~ s s days MISe Meiver win also v -t MI - .-I+ .aj.-
old metal, bone., bide. baggia t ta geia u at as acott. 0m
low, barrel., rubber, etc., etc. I wll w
also buy and seil second-hand ItSr- Mr. Cltfton Cmaap atnf heidntwell; In
niture and repair furniture, stoves from Jackcsouvie this aftirraenlS 3. DehiBe u
etc. An experienced man with alln mnpanled by Mrs. Camp- a S h-er Doel .eysli.L
tools and faciUtie. for doing repair gMut, Miss reda lanp, or Gune ,.
work will be In charge of the repair who itedIn la ~ hefalh be ) I. .
department and stifactlo a Is ar- lg Mr. Camp In Ja oumvyflh (r the .. a rili.;
anteed. See me If you ).ave musatig testvaL -
to sell or repair. 3. J. Decker. .
S- 1-6t Pbaome Hl Saturday Miss Ethel BoMamssi '^|l Aafl. 2E ^
give her Sunday school class aa aa5 M___________
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES day pnic on silver Spri~a n a .
I have Just received a new supply board the IsabelL The fo lowiwgta .. '
of electric fxtures. Among them are and sirls disease the bo u: 1is,-s
some handsome bracket fixatures and Virginia Sttrunk, Theresa Ilme. Am- -
Tungston fixtures, Inverted or turned ale Moorhead, Ruth Hamea rI -S~
down. H. W. Tucker. Pausett, iy Campbell, Maga. a-|
In our prescription department, we head. .
offer you both promptaeas and eBtc-
lency. The Court Pharmacy. Mr. J. A. Bouvler. W. P. of the Or-

der of the astern Star. went to !o-
sonville lasUt night to attend the AMh
aaua session of the Onad -1ap1w

]Dr. G. F. Taylor of WimiagLam, N.
C. arrived In Ocala MTueday lft I-
S a a verness and has accepted a pItl' .


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your kche nota
room Ay frm but a place where all. te
neceryod work done in restful coolM-
t &'t e-Flame th hu. TheO

WK me -I]-K OR "amSl

built with a CABINET TOP just like the modern el range.
camne ina no other oil stove. Th pua*t -aw
fir sfawer. Th iamesk Wih or wihou Cab Top.

The LAIIP -atrae

drh lamp free from the
faults of other lamps. A perfect arnifial light
HMdsomm.and safe. If not with your deals
*wd. our m st agcy.

ads s P w Dmw mi pwat &ri. m AnormM

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M North Maelle Street, Telephoem Ne. 27.

SBest Medium Pticed Hotel in the City.

\ able ig, always supplied wltrthe best the market affords
Skilled oooking, careful attention to the wants of the guests.
Good rooms and comfortable beds.

Special -ISR by Week r MSMOh.





"New Yo& end Floeida Speia

Sa sowVodibuls TrainsGUM imd tis 01es14, Dindag mr


croak is forgotten when the wood
thruals or the brown thrasher -Inas.
God bless the men of cheer!
There is plenty of trouble here,
but we need not increase it. There
is a lot ofdying dying done ahead of tme.
There are men living who have al-
ready crossed Jordan two or three
times, and, unfortunately, they are
not of the type who cross the river
Jordan happy in the Lord, but who
sing, if they do at all dismalest,
drearest, deadly est music. The very
tone is fatal to happiness. If you
have faith, preach it; if you have
doubts, bury them. If you have
Joy, share it; If you have sorrow,
bear it Find the brightest side of
things-God's side-and help others
to get sight of it also.-Zion's Her-


There is a group of five precious
English words beginning with "H,"
which may well stand together in
beautiful and harmonious relation-
ship, and be happily and sweetly
linked in individual experience. The
first is Heart, "out of which are the
issues of life," the seat of being; the
motive power of action; in which
grace erects its throne, and Christ
loves to abide. The second word in
*& 1- IN-- -tVW 164^. Im*. &,

Careful estimates made on all
contract work. Gives more and bet-
ter work for the money than any
other contractor in town.

"I howe -ffOd with t1Wl(y4izx 6M
Onea ve a l ag beaS a em I aMtu Cae
so 6.selpa"0u. n e d e or o a we"eI s me"si
soro ies Imemt o4Wn a1o:s: fd 8 eI *BOfs i
Woos tlk w < M edt so Io al al 0smofmt
bhw doe wonder feWorm. I n

M 'ilag Samedy Ca., Chicatker. ItN.Y.

Ira NE29


No ea* knows where Adam lies
buried, but some strange traditions
have grown up concerain his grave.
The most euarls is a belief In the
Island of Ceylon, off' the southern
point at India, that he is buried
In the center of the island there
is a mountain known as Adam's
Peak. A queer old building on the
top of the mountain was for a song
time gnau zu as Adam's tomb. An
ancient traveler, who visited Ceylon
aarly Ave hundred years ago, saw
this tomb. Be said that it was made
of big slabs of marble by Adam
himself, and he also stated that he
saw the print of Adam's foot.
This strange footprint is still
shown. It is five feet long and two
and-a-half feet wide so Adam must
have been a giant.
The legend Is that Adam stood on
one foot on that spot 200 years to
make amends for his sin! The mark
which is shown is said to be like a
footprint, and the people believed
that after Adam was expelled from
the Garden of Eden he went to Cey-
lon. This island is more than a
thousand miles away from the re-
gion where Adam and Eve are sup-
posed to have lived, but it is
thought that India and Africa were
once joined together by a vast con-
tinent which is now under the In-
dian Ocean.
This was in the days of long. long
ago, before the world was broken up
by the great earthquakes and
mighty floods.
There is a legend that once upon
a time there was a great Island At-
lantis, In the Atlantic Ocean, and a
-sihilar legend is that the land which
joined Africa and India was called
Lemarla. It is peculiar that certain
kinds of animals still exist on the
islands of the Indian Ocean, as if to
show that they once inhabited a vast
land which has been lost beneath
this ocean.
All travelers however did not be-
lieve the storyabout Adam's tomb
In Ce4Dp. A celebrated travell-
er of Veniee, Marco Polo, who spent
twenty-fve years In the journeys in
Asia la the 13th century, visited
Adam's Peak, but he did not think
that the first man was buried there.
The Arabias say that Adam's
grave Is on the mountain of Abou-
calm, it Arabia, and others say that
it is n a cave, called the Grotto of
Treasures, near Meoca.
According to one legend, Adam
was made by God from earth col-
lected by an angel in the four cor-
ners of the world. In Greek, the
tour letters of the word Adam are
the first letters of the four words,
North, West, East and South. In
Hebrew Adam is spelt with three
letters-aleph, which stands for
Adam, dalleth, which stands for Da-
vid, sad men, which stands for M-s-


We love the man with a smile, the
man with roses on his tongue, the
man who sees your boy's dirty face
but mentions his bright eyes, who
notices your shabby coat, but praises
your studious habits, the man who
sees all the faults but whose tongue
isto quick to praise and slow to
blame. We like to meet a man
whose smile will lighten up dreari-
sea, whose voice is fall of music of
the birds, whose hand shake is an
inspiration, and his "God bless you"
a benediction. He makes us forget
our troubles as the raven's dismal


Tomorrow may aever ee. to L
We do not live m te o-urmew-i
eansot d It In any ot at tUo
deeds. The man who owns wiu A
squares of real estate a1 9-0
ships on the sea ,oes set kaw A
single miuteo of tomerrew ', g
row! It Is mh as pailiU1 Im
yet borm; it a s -ar th me, .4
adnight behind the veE of Mi
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OCALA aUN V ^ tv A. -a~-

p, ~.
4- A,

viaa sh
Im, Lousville, Ky., and etbra,
aeeant 8outhern Electrical and
Ind-trial Zipastion. Tickets ca
sale AprIl 12, 15. 17. IS and 24.
Jinal limit April 21. 1"9.
4RT.M, LouisvlLe, Ky., aad retara,
aacount Southern Baptist Conven-
tia. Tickets on sale May 10, 11,
12 and 13. Final imit May 2a,
$117., Asheville, N. C.. and nretrn.
account Natiomal Aneeatin T.
P. A. of America. Tickets a sabe
May 23, 2 and 30. P lal aBit
30 days from but not Including
date of sale.
$W.S, Louisville, Ky., and return,
account annual sendlo Ancient
Arablc Order, Nobles of the My-
tic Shrine. Tickets on sale June
6. 7 and 8. Final limit June
17. 1909.
$1T.5U Asheville, N. C., and return.
account International Conventio
Baraca and Philatbea. Tickets on
sale June 17 and 18. Final limit
June 25, 1909.
$14.25, Atlanta, Ga., and return, ac-
count American Association of
Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
$17.65. Asheville, N. C., and return.
account Dramatic Order Knights
ot Khorassan. biennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8. 9, 10, and
11. Final limit July 26, 1909.
For full information and sleeper
reservations call on any agent Sea-
board or write to S. C. Boylston,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville,
Fla.; or call on H. C. Raysor, C. T.
A., Ocala, Fla.


It has been said of Captain Cook,
the famous English explorer, who
made many voyages around the
world, that wherever he landed,
whether on torrid shores of Africa
or rounding the Cape of Good Hope,
whether sailing opposite the plains
of South America or touching at the
isles of the South Sea, it was his
custom to plant the seeds of the
primrose, the daisy, the hawthorne,
the violet, and those lowers that
perennially blossom in old England.
So It was that years afterwards,
when Englishmen touched at these
shores, where they thought clvillsed
man had never visited, they were. to find the perennial flow-
ers that bespoke the presence many
years before of a fellow countryman
whose visit had then become scarce-
ly even a memory among the sav-
age tubabitant- of *ome shores.
So it is with each of us as we go
through life. We may plant th"
snow drops of purity, the primroses
of sincerity the violets of love and
faithfulness, the daisies of Inno-
cence and peace, the hawthorn tow-
ers of hope and happy life, and "he
holly berries of domestic happiress
and foresight, so that when they
bloom forth to brighten, bless and
cheer mankind the world may be the
gainer, and later meeting the per-
son with whom we have come in
contact they may unssiously realize
that the world has been benettted
by the living in It of one who wmo-ld
then be worthy the name of a true
gentleman and a Christian.
Have you neglected your kidneys?
Have you overworked your nervous
system ana caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder? Have you pains
ip loins. slide. back, groins and blad-
der? Have you a flabby appearance
of the face, especially under the eyes?
Too frequent a desire to pass urine?
If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure
you. Sold by the Anti-L.oaopoly


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of the steps. This ama ,who M-
traveled so many mias n without ms-
hap, steeped on this uaket 1 t was
thrown down the statln Bs Is a W
a cripple for life and his UOrtate h 7
gone from him. He met the usea-
pected and was unprepared for tt.
True the accident might Jst as we
have happened if he had bema i-ft
sured, and probably weAM 'he.
But that is not the peal The ". -t
is that the unexpected m Nen 4 -t
of him and he had not get res flor
it. So with you, my boy. A <.smp-
tation comes unexpectedly. A ewi
in y6r life yoM had m er-mtatoi
ed suddenly cntr l oV AON .
prepared for it? ,:" yot
yourself for it? Vte this
deep into your heWet: the aemwset
ed is always the -I tat *tt b
you may expeLt. Have0 ew
acter shaped to mWeet
School Tea.


If everybody .rto -5s an al,-m -
ence for goeed what 6a L m t wO i
we wouldW b ei!
Thom the wold ltlO nk ue
no be a pore t power ai he at
meats, no m d .,I,&
broken wf a n s
All Jails wosid b d -1041

apon ear aaiem, Iw M'
anf they are siU ll
reign dat I-

Seker he Imo4ved l a
eathe deathless .i-,t ea i .
asoedar isther WmW4ts w el SA 1i

whom the owear ask, vft4 io
in the worldent today and i OW
to be a potent power me awa a the

Men who have dtote d

ponwerul. eIn. t na
tiemselvea in e v at st
Ufe aave .tau ped th" i ee stiy
upon the weagest, let the M mble
powerful factor Ina tireis
thoughts, words and afua^ of -
and remember t, eachat n s d o
and the n, he wal, shetv are bI le
Ing they wari. r 's

maxims, satd even 'M the AuPP rt

Are not lg mral mstap- t r th1
and women ho dwe upoa &s
earth at the present tline,/
- Virgil i nInfluenctng the mhda of
men by his beautiful thpeght% 4
ero and Demosthenes by &
matchless orations, -which so fy
the ancients to acts..
AR these me afte Oead W tar-
per concerned, but y stb i lM sn^
powerful in-ueoe -n: th
and hearts of met, nldubfitg-br
lives in a manner to dleaf tht
character and, "being dead, they y7
speak."-Corner Stone.

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