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 22, 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: VID03148
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
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lccn - sn 84027621
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in liquid form is a delhoous and satis-
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without preservatives or adulteroant
MIL-KOW is thoroughly sterilized. No
danger from disease germs. May be
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Second Flo6r, Holdef Block,


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Phone 211.L
OfMee hours: 8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to
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Office-Second Floor The Munroe &
Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala,
Telephones--Ofice, 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-
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Hot Running Water at All Tmes

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Ia Shooting Ear Adamne-Strng Evi-
dense that Ho Dr*e HsW Crazy

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(Jacksonville Metropolis, 21st.)
Playing a part mn the sensational
nio-drama, "Why Women 8an." Earl
P. Adams little knew how near was
that story to real life, until he met
death shortly after i o'clock yesterday
afternoon in thE hetwe of Jessie C.
Brown, a former sweetheart who fired
three ballets into hid body.
sobbing and crying out in tnnes of
aaguiOb. the girl leaned over the dead'
body of Adams and begged him to
speak. The authorities were notiffle.
and Sheriff Bowden and his deputies
hurried to the te sceneof the murder in
otherwise quiet Itverside. When the
officer arrived Mis Brown Wasu still
at the side of the tat she had shot
and was begging hh to spea k As
Sheriff Bowden took seer by the arm,
she begged not to be taken away and
asked why she, was wanted.' Kind-
heartefi Sheriff Jowden was As easy
as possible v.-ith the seemingly eraed
woman, who when told that she had
killed her former* sweetheart, only
looked about In bewilderment, and
"What! me? No, 1 wouldn't harm
my darting."
Still protesting her love for the man
she had slain, she was taken to the
county Jail and gOven an much com-
fort as that place- will afford, among
the other white female prisoners. She
slept Utittle during the night, but ev-
ery precaution was taken to prevent
her from doing any bodily harm to
Miss Brown Wouldn't Talk
This morning she refused to talk,
and only looked with a stare upe any
who visited her. Because of this con-
dition no statement could be secured
from her concerning the tragedy.
Adams, who was an actor engaged
with the Mabel Paige company in this
city. Is ell known anl over Flord.a
having been connected with. various
amusement enterprises in this city
and at Tampa. He was between S-
and S years old, and had been once
married, only lately securing a divorce
from his wife, wheois supposed to, re-
side in Canada.
Per three years or morm Adamr bad
been a friend of Miss Brown, And was
recogIsed as a favored admirer. Time
M. e aga the engagement of thel
couple j.ras rumored, bt never an-
nounced. -Recently- Adams has been
paying attention to Miss Elizabeth
Bagley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Bagley. 122 East Monroe
streett. -On Monday evening the wed-
ding of the couple was announced to
take place at the home of the bride
on Jane Ist.
Called at Her Heome
.Yesterday morning Miss Brown
called Mr. Adams-over the telephone,
and he agreed to see her at the home.
of her stepfather yesterday afternoon:
The meeting occurred between 3 and*
4 o'elock and ended in the death of
Adams. That there were other causes
than simply the injured feelings of a
Jilted woman which led to the shoot-
tag came out at the coroner's Inquest
in the offte of Justice Willard this
'Aoams Bnwed Meney from the Girl 1eeman, mother of the girl.
said: "ThGe were engaged and had
been for three years. No date' had
been'set for the wedding, and Adams
had often promised to marry my
daughter. me borrowed considerable
moea from her and refused to pay
her back. In all he had gotten from
her between $440 and $10. When the
wedding was announced In the paper
the other n~t she told me she was
going to see him (Adams) and see if
he wouldn't pay her enough of the
money so she oeold go to Mississippi,
which shie intended to do today, if he
hd Tvwn her the money yesterday:.
She called him on the 'phone and be-
tween S and 4 o'clock he came. Once
she came out of the room. where they
seemed to be talking pleasantly, and
when I asked her if she got the mon-
ey she said he would give it to her
Paid for Adams' Divore
Mrs. Freeman said aat her daugh-
ter wae 27 years old, and that she had
given. Adams 350 recently with which
to aseue his divorce from a former
wife under" a promise that they would
be married when he secured it. Then
he began paying atteeion to Miss
Bagley, and the trouble started which

ended In the tragedy of yesterday. *
Although no story of the shooting
could be secured from Miss Brown
herself, her stepfather, James H. Free-
man, who Is a member of the local po-
lee t7re, told to the Jury what she
,wold probaty tell. if she would or
culed talk of the affair. It was with
Meaipi'S revolver that the fatal
fhet'were fired.
The ow pfathee's Story
Ieataman oiled ashe told the story
at the shooting, which he knew from
taUkng pith. ts A t teianghter this
aMtainW aWd the events wiheb hld up
'S et~ and Waked mneup yester-
y aOmebftma she had ever done
befm< -I Ureelean, "and showed

This angered him and he threatened
her with bodily harm. If she tried to
do what the attorneys advised. After
this the shooting occurred."
Jessie Brown was the official ste-
nographer of the Mid-Winter Exposi-
tion, held last year. and was attentive
to her duties. She worked cheerfully
eatly and late, and was highly es-
teemed by those in charge of the expo-
sition at that time. In recent months
she has continued her stenograph-"
work for other interest", and is said
to be most capable and accurate in
4ier services.
The coroner's jury found that .Ad-"
ams came to his death from bullet
wounds resulting from shots fired by
Miss Jessie Brown. Miss Brown will
be held without ball pending a pre-
llminary hearing.
Of Ointments 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
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phys-
icians, as the damage they will do is
jen-fold to the good you can possibly
derhive from them. Hall'.. Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. 3. Cheney
& Co, Toledo. Ohio. contains no mer-,
cury, and is taken internally, acting;
directly on the blood and muco--: jr-
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen-
uine. It Is taken Internally and made
in do, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &
Co. Testimonials free. Sold by drug-
gists. Price 75c. per bot Ie. Take
I&sa Family Pill for constipation.
By Ex-President Roosevelt and Party
hae Coe aneed-Landing Made
a MembN a Wednesday


Religious Persecatieo proading in
Asiatic Turkey-ultma hs Made
Sterns with YouRt Turks
Constantinople TUrkey, April L--
Massacres of Christians by fanatical
Mohammedans have broken out afresh
at Antioch, Damacs and Biredjek.
Entire villages have been burned and
looted and the foreign .population is
fleeing to the consulates. The Brit-
iph cruisers under Admiral Howe
landed a large force' at Alexandretta
yesterday to protect the foreigners.
Progressives in Possesale
The Young Turks entered Constan-
tinople yesterday afternoon. They
sent couriers saying that no foreign-
ers need fear danger. Martial law
was declared yesterday. Mohammed
Effendi, the sultan's brother. has been
missing for five days. It is the gen-
oral belief that the sultan may have
made away with him. It is believed
that only the regard of the Turks for
th, dictates of the Mohammedan re-
ligiop will save the life of the sultan.
Sultan Retains His.Thrones
Londoin. Eng.. April 22-The sultan
and the Young Turks have reached an
agreement whereby- the sultan re-
taine the throne, but the ministry re-
signs immediately.
Every Woman Will be Interested
If you will send your name and ad-
dress we will mail you free a package
of Mother Gray's Australian Leaft a
certain, pleasant herb and never tail-
ing. If you have pains in the back.
urinary, bladder or kidnty trouble, use

Mombasa, B. L& A.. April 22.-The this pleasant union of aromatic herbs.
Admiral with Theodore Roosevelt on roots and leaves. All druggists sell it.
board this afternoon came into thr 0 cents, or address, The Mother Gray
harbor. An enormous crowd awaited Co.. Leroy, N. Y.
his arrival.
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you NOTICE
would never suffer from kidney, blad- All persons interested and all who
dter or rheumatic trouble. 31 bottle two are willing to aid in a good cause are
months' treatment. Sold by druggists I requested to meet at Flemington on
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr. Thursday. May 6th. for the purpoAe of
I. W. HaEll 292 Olive street. St. cleaning up the cemetery. Bring hoe
Lols, Missouri. and rake. We are also maktin an
I effort to erect a substantial fezee and
REMNANT ALE AT THE GLOBE. respectfully solicit contributions for
REMNANT AL AT THE GLOBEthis purpose. Any aid will be appre-
LAUNCH MERRY WIDOW clated. J. K. Mixson, Treasurer.

The launch "Merry Widow," with
canopy top, safe, swift and comforta-
ble, is for hire at Silver Springs,
either for a short trip on the run, for
a moonlight excursion or picnic to
points on the river or for long trips to
Palatka or Jacksonville. A careful
pilot and skilled engineer always in
charge of the boat. Orders should be
booked several days alad to make
sure of an engagement Call on R. D.
Mathews at the Ocala Steam Laundry,
or phone him at No. 10L 3-24-tt
would have many contestants: but,
It's safe to say that the healthiest-
baby would win the prize. No baby
can be healthy who suffers from
worms and most babies do unless
they are kept fr6e from them with
White's Cream Vermifuge. Acts
quickly, yet mildly-is its own pur-
gative. Mothers, don't attempt to
raise children without White's Cream
Vermifuge. Prtce 25 cents. Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


I have opened In Ocala a shop for
high-class paperhanging and painting
and it is my desire to give an esti-
mate on every painting and paper-
hanging job that is to be done in
Ocala. I have the best paper man In
the south and I handle the finest and
most up to date line of paper, bur-
laps. silk fabric goods and imitation
tiling, both Imported and domestic on
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 make the best
'cloth and pictorial, also all classes of
signs, told leaf and gilding a spe-
cialty. Ladles desiring 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 and
you will be waited on promptly. All
out of town work promptly done and
solietted. Respectfully,
Andy Whitley.
No. 10 Fort King Avenue.
Great deeds compel regard. The
world crowns Its doers. That's why
American people have crowned Dr.
King's New Discovery the King of
Throat and Lung Remedies. Every
atom is a health force. It kills germs,
and colds and la grippe vanishes. It
hetds cough racked membranes and
coughing stops. Soe, intflamed 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-
-- tbap IA tIanf4n* CA- tI Trvi-

Many an Oeala Citizen Fids the
Strugmgle Hard
With a back constantly aching,
With distressing urinary disorders,'
Daily existence is but a struggle
No need to keep it up.
Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you.
Mrs. Anna Erickson, Third St., an-
ford. Fla., says: "I waj a victim of
kidney trouble for year l the kadgeys
being so weak that I had but little
control over the action of the sere-
tions. I suffered almost constantly
from backache accompanied by painl
across my loins and some duts I
could hardly get around, having 0lit-
tle strength and energy. I finally ob-
tained a box of Doan's Kidney Pills
and their, use as directed soon proved
that they were the remedy I needed.
The kidneys gradually became stranger
my back ceased to ache and the
nains across my loins disappeared. I
have been able to rest well at night
since and as a result, have felt much
better in every way. D mean's Kldne
Pills have certainly benefited me more
than any other remedy f ever sWed."
Plity more proof like this tram
Ocalaslpeopl. Call at Tydings -& O.',
drug store and ask what customers
For sale by all dealer. Price t
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co, Buffal&
New York. sole agents for the Untted
Remember the naze-Doan's-and
take no other.


Life Assurance Society

ol The Uited Stes


otema Barbershop

In Conmect on With the Hotel Oficee

Skilled workmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to

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to A. A>. ars-NPhn. of TredweM W. r,
now. His reason so weft worth gao"-
ing: "Ior af l m ednW I na]ftVoAMft'
tadigestoa n, tlvr liver. hoo [ipatl
nervousness, aM gee bt,*
writes. "I couldn't sleep, ad o ap-
petite, nor amitte wre
treatment Then used Weetate Blt-
ters. Twelve bottles restored al of
my old time health and vigor. Nw I
can attend to business every day It's
a wonderful medicIne.- Inlabe 1Wr
stomach liver kieys ru ood
nerves. 50c at AU dnJtMa
I am prepared to take say Job o9
painting, no matter how Iarge or hw
small, or how fane the work N l
may be. I haAe the nMaterial, ruahea


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4 l m e ei andR.iL Ce, the ground a a t 4 A.- *a tul card parties dainSg tba pst
Sowilr wa is tthe rswl 'theue whe ae-t of Yee lteuia am me6 in the ter and this srg was stm Wed-
3ditors a" soabmer. lae -a 04 eAS I leno v4 ear sons0 1eLes need m aftenm I a D Mrs. feaat .6
m n at prosmirM d "ala Anderoon, ade iilea teI Mahiei
C. L. BITTtN RAf, KdtP tor her amm It b eai40M dre ane avafaah 4; 9ik tf1. LadSeG Card CO k t WalehMar. An-
some N--' 1nmm Is .- Charlest 3 ; nMaN *- dersea is & aya paepelar a aub saO
ft. ft. CARROLL. s0a01m Manae lord thie aaW et a s earth catt-ne a e 1 M c A Lthose who hav e i a d 5. a
M l the aigsM aae a t ColumbuA 1; sAgm 4I Ing the eaon. he tan hm-
are nso i ema ste m Wh..4eime .l P T.dy"-,a" tm mot0*t megm h tme
ORLANDO, SANFORD, DSLAND iemament in t t eaism. i va st a City andI nr y.a mi
H- e Iere to ated aU ner wes air_ b brings forth m a ne m
A tfew notes reported as ee trie g d, the Miveneat r~s irt a Am, at ob who ew e Ia t at it j e theIr th t tha
the car window on our 001 to *- the at.a m6 a s e Mar oletn at t a. eleven car we Pla s d
Land to attend the Orand ladgef Detm wA, Ke eeawd .ruM fe r I o ed b idstabl eal
Odd Fellows may have a pAMdal l y anad sabeanmt um W Lot P. c with lavedw amd uemdaish ft
terest We went via Ortb g. very and beauty Me ts Iaa *Mims- Cattmaaua .. .* 1 -a teo to m att Mrs. AM M sugrmetel
body on the train remarke how well tl-fu i e shades ald. As=a-vle .* ..4 4 1 .1 her guests Ie her sgel hae -
the orange groves looked dd ow a tM o n gM0- 0 ColM, .., ..* I .5 mae. At thim ase t a m
favorable the season bad been so r th II w d rn Ohallestom..... ..6 4 2 .N palmetto to tbn- we"re pmed. m
-the best known in yearft ad It I came about y the ddk (CVd-*-. .. .... 2 4 aJ t of whic b el the. ptac boel deI
One of the groves, batlt Sad a ~ a premum at elm hr ev- A ta ........ 2 4 .3 In a wreath of Wh t t hevaBy
overflowing with promise, was that ry tree of a eertao s'iaa d ti 8svuash. ....... 1 5 .16 presided over by Mz1 MI. J. BRn-oma
Senator Baker, at Orai Home, to assume to so toward reodefg th pWp- Maed.. .. .. ... 1 6 .166 Mrs. M. C. LMoAey, who served av w
Summer county. It stretches for qtlt erty own's. tax, aoeouM L aI w k-d dellcioun trua t ne` Og the otn-
a distance alone the I. A. .L railway chaa c ad Dela 4 dlay is the -: table was water served fem f hA brl
and it is the admiration of every be- meet perfect shaded Ute etty la the o me e t lass pitcher. .- iaaMs
holder. There may be other groe tats W A T cut tgum vase fslued with glotem at
as attractive and WIomisina but ne no The o attract te the JIft3 It& ft M al dsd, "a-mIm h gorgeous and ft raftt cut roMes we
more so trom the train. tat t** UnverseMf the 0 e alped abw lIequest hendfta o a l toge, also on the table.
On the train we had the plasftre 0o jpth ot leaorais I the s tate If oMur or bad o mt in mweral& heart- The danty score eards were pawse
meeting Dr. I. D. Gelger, the late not tlai Se0th. Its reu eat b becinge g M, meld e au In by Mrs. Boeks ad points we taMted
corresponding secretary of the State amimpea aa m teae ft w. Its throat after eatri, amtoea gmaw 0 On taOn table was a dish of salted al
Board of Missions of the Baptiast tnidtm tfar beauty and ut- burn, feel breath, dzy spells, poor er monds, which were enjoyed drla the
convention. He was just retuaint ity In the new Carnegie lbrary. which variable appetite, 3a3as at time sal afternoon. The games were itemiiy
from Tallahassee, where he had been hs Just been occupied and cost near- kindred symto interesting and related avuably tor
In the Interest of the proposed amenad*-, ly i 1"e T is a Mrs. Rheinauer and Mrs. Harris. Mrs.
inent to the constituaton to prf lbMt ln, marty ash ". a t sg s- Rheinauer won the club prise, an ex-
the sale or manufacture of InaoiNSMS. .-&a ae P we" rms quisite silver olive set consisting of a
In Florida. He was very nthsa r. l the b y president, f with indl* t ork and spoon which she most gen-
and confident that the legisature captivated the Grand Lodge of Odd 0d.1 erously presented to Miss Freda Kopp%
would adopt the same. He also told fellows by his address of welcome to 0ili Hl the lovely and attractive guest of Mrs.
us a few of his plans for the future, that body. It was alun e or glat Clifton Camp. Mrs. Harris was g.iev
namely, to dispose of his lovely ho0M and way out of the ordinary foraip the visitors' prise, a beautiful dlver
at Apopka so that he could move to modes of expre s on, I bon-bn disah.
Jacksonville and be nearer to a great We could not help mote the mas as aelt t 0,M ta The hostess, assisted by her daugh-
center to carry on his Important work. he conducted maramig services at the bowel gulator ad serve stMngthma. tern, Mrs. Roess and Mrs. Camp,
Rev. Geiger's sudden death recalls chapeL Be IS a aa al out rty The Oeda Meieal Discovery *" M served delicious cherry and nut cream.
our acquaintance with this really good clean shaven, maed.ian e aS, sightly a patent mdida or semat MnstrU n Mrs. Sellgman passed the cake Iced
citizen and consecrated minister of the stocky, with a grand forheaOd rinn M- lM It of its agedlis belag printed in pink and white and macaroona.
gospel. It began In 1895. while Mr. Ing evnly back, covered wlth a ]ia- m I Iele wrap attested ade Playing at this lovely party given
Geiger was a school teacher at St. riant head of sIbtly da hair. H oeth. A gtiesM at IWhl mua will alow by Mrs. Anderson, who sa always an
Johns school house In Marion county, has a smooth oes.pleslon, piercing that It eSatea s aleotol, or harful Ideal entertaher, were: Mrs. B. W.
and how in all these Intervening years eyes and aws that meet with a pur- habit-raosingdrug. It I a fluidextrsat Mimms of Kentucky, ,Mrs. Albert
we have never lost sight of each other, pose. He goes right to the kernel, made with pure, Mtople-aed glyeai, Birdsey of Frsytbe, Ga., Mrs. T. B.
but our good will and friendship for his eyes sad thought seton the one ft proper tregth, fra the roots of te Stringfellow of GOanesville, Misa w tMth
each other continued until the end., thing In sight to da. The fe org0a. sEfliwlg nam t merlesa forest plai McGutre, of PenA ylvani. Mtiss
He spoke of Rev. C. H. Nash, now the flner playing and the congrega- v Gole ea l Stoe roo Black Kopp of Swterland, was one ot -he
of Tampa, but while Mr. Geiger was tional singing of the aulAmSae m W in-s C rybark Q e fM t B1Idlroat .a admired guests but did not play. The
studying for the ministry and after deer pressing and aplo S q M & other guests Included Mrs. S T. 8Is-
he began to preach, he was a frequent It was r fte@ to m&es the great teAwh ta ndbcal t a trnk. Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce, Mrs O.
visitor to Mr. Nash's home In Oea, Interest shown hy the vialtbtg Odd anmi mealths eolS T. Green, Mrs. B. A. Weatherk Mns.
and said in looking back and remem- 1 to w in the naivesIty saI its 'si M- W. V. Newsom. Mrs. I L Caraey,
being the good advice and Instruetof workt. Most every delegate present Mrs W. S. Banllock, Mrs.-J. J. GQerig.
he received from Mr. Nasb, he could had a young friend or -cqv-l**euce XP& i n Mrs: George Maxray, Misn. C C. C. Tod-
see how valuable It had been to him from his section In atteadaune. We m e_ Mrs. M. C. Looney, Mrs. L. U Asade
and he would always feel grateful to counted S2 professors on the platform eJ ,son Mrs. J. K Tayor, Mrs. a 6.
Mr. Nash for the Interest he took to that o mr aag. D, iisf' Scott, Mrs. .G. T. Maugh, Mrs. D. W.
him as a young minister and how The memory to Joh B. Stetson wfMll 'A Davis, Mrs. A. Gerlg Mrs C. .W
valuable had been his advice and ad- ever remain green I the t of thae ftinIL thh Cullen. Mrs. Bertard Seluman. Mra.
monition to him, and fortunate were people and espet ina the learto and t Frank Barris, Mrs. C. H. Lloyd.e r M.
the young men In or out of the plan- minds of. ecores et Vot boy s ,Wt 2SS t I. T. Adama, Mrs. D. C. ZdW a
Istry who could have Mr. Nash as a ~r who got their l.U&etia tere a l ftlgaboee Mrs. G. K. Robinson, Mrs. D. U .
friend. the eUtvatves so generoelye endow. eC aandaasOs sia the Smith, Mrs. B. H. Mote, Mrs. Santord
In the death of Rev. Geler, cer-ed. Great is Stetson, sad ilU great- Jewett, Mrs. hartle Rhenaue Msses
tainly the town of Apopka, the state er Is the work et the teachers of this i Annie Davis, Valeta Potter, Anna
Baptist association and the state of great ln-eltutlop of teararng are do- P ea lets ea t es- Mixson, Esther Weathers, Sarah Me-
Florida has lost a good friend and a Ing for the ,youths who tare drinktag bvI sie Creery, Carrie Wmiams, Meta Jewett,
noble cdtizen, the best heritage any deep trom its fountant of knowledge. am&eh tbels a e Ethel Robinson, Alice Bullock and
eomnnweaith can possess. ]DeLand did herself generoas,fe w Ie Annie Atldinon.
Just below Apopka we passed the contrbutmd $W towards entertain- --
town of Gerhart, the seat of a most Ing the Grand Ledge of Odd ellows. A MESSAGE FROM ATLANT4
complete crate manufacturlns plant, We had the pleasure of meeting m AM
who were turning out crate material dwta Spener and Welar Canml- "One of the bet painters in Atla*-
under a full head of steam and a very chael, who are Oe sa students at the Ita ays, the
large force of men. University, also Ultor Coad tn, of -I S e -"s
We tarried at Orlando for the night the Dr ladM oweo lin v factor Ia -n P a
and In the morning took In the sitna- Deland's gpbO S I
tion of its topography. Its surface s It's good to so from e ,o nOW aMd M a"out covers" anything he ever uNed.'
as level as a floor, Its streets and thae and note the progre that other M oVh ireS "He says, he first-coated an
sidewalks are well paved and beauti- towns are making In population and eight-room house with only tinree
fully shaded, the glory and pride of betterment tin s ne e ceMe and cemented gallons."
the citizens of the town whose homes street aad auewaks, beverage, etc., West Lumber Co., Atlanta, a.
are comfortable, attractive, a number and that Ocals, eaterpristag mad pro- --- Is-t *Tht E i Emeuglh to
palatial, especially bordering the min- greive as he t o kIsp n 'h Des .1 rmaaea Pum h. ls t o tThoia ue
ature lakes of Lucerne and lola. which lag to keep I the o e- '61 ma- ed bg aam o Dav pe cn tgi ure
set as sparkling gems in borders of terla l a loemar sa Davis d t tet per tent Pmret Pilt wPm
magnlflcent oaks, palms, flowers, stand the tet of the mot rg Pare
shrubs and vines, presenting a ple- g NEW I50 DS EVERY DAY Palat w. Fbr sqie b. the Marie.
ture that is ladeed m'bst Inviting and i iD co. oer as lM
after seeing It all, including its splea- lIs In a kses, m.h'ain,4 e by 0- 1rd ., Ocaa Pa.
did courthouse and grand school buind- mndmil~ w iw fB. Der Ope a : JUNK SOUGHT AND SOLD
In and the" cleanly appeance of its m isslt po coea tL "" lm I h opd trbetw te
attractions make t the home of s ad bld 'bral. ad bo1. I MUBT MAV-A NW HAT and sell all knds of "Junk such as
these of these climatic brds of ps- *a Tm W. VS., write: U'S HtART o h me, hd ba
frlid breath of old Borear wams ie at all rI. MUIIC BT W OYRCHETbRA ntmen sea frntol
them o sf hiscy apprl t e h REMNANT SALE AT TH GLOB HEtH PROTBCTORS etc. An man with all
comparable Florida. It Is isal 000 LOY6 v0 wo l e ha o
wInter visitors tarried there for the OomdUCtce "Be'mcht" Willims of WYI' de rtmtwot, w ad hein fceane s h e -
season. the Ocaa and m m- 'borft lIa, MUSIC BT THY OfmrcuserrA anteed. aee m if yoa lave ayta ga
We had the pleasure before-takhItag ay that he has fon his trouble at -- to se or rpar. . Deasr.
the train for DeLand to visit Orlando's lasrt. t the past several meth he A18 19 C* Pho Ml
public school building and note the has been ander treatment malasa, i ____

Interesting exercises of the morning. but han recently had Wea s vestfa
The building is an ideal one of brick. gated by'the Rest Ce Cok. which guAm0 01o r uckm People pat middle w1 uinalr aV"
two stories, very commodious and found his trouble to have bees caused remt ap the vitality, which I at
comfortable. Air and light the great by drinkiag too much unskimnad T lower old agIe OelPO s
considerations. Its auditorium will swst ailk, which had caused &ball Remedy oa ol urtdFoay tloSL
deat 1.000 persons, with a very roomy fat better soeet the sthe of as ord. Mr. N. C. Packham has undertaken lnmulate the ku1eS sa ratores
platform. The building occupies the hrry football to "a-Oemoo4tl Isn is the ticklish Job of reputtying and re- strength d e s
center of a block, surrounded with abdeme.L palating all the wl ouw of the Gary trobles by st and -ate u aeys
beautiful shade trees. The school has bl k tro they wBl stra oeat tM e urAI at
enrolled 494 pupils, as bright ahd YOu amt er Nr0 oa that settwes in te "mneles o ad joats
promising as any you can boast of. t tae a 0 dat M ad y a"ldwe espeelaly l-ie Kennedy's tautsou rhelumatim. Bold I r a
Prof. Hathaway, a born educator, has bldlMer trouble. TYo hold take Laatve Coedgh Syrup, as it tastes
been in charge for a number of years. sorethig promptly that you near as god as ale sugar. It not
The patrons appreciate his services it lable, athig 4 DeWlttWb only heals Irritsto and alt ys In- RWT-Cbheap; a new large.
and know a good thing when they Uey ad Bladder PlBa. TThey are w n- a Malon- thereby stopping the 6-room house, nicely painted ap-
see it, and propose to hold on to him. eqmuaed for weak ba d, a e cough, t It also aoves the bowels
drivs b well; in West Thrhd street meat tM A.
It was indeed interesting to note itM"on Ct" blad*W, MgWNUe sMtYW n that way well; In West Third street aer t totA.
the coming and going of the pupils of palas, etc. Whtn ytou a Deto- ld from the system It contains no E. Delosest residence. Apply to A. ]
the school at the morning exercises. Wtt s U y sa" Mader POl, be oplantes. Sold by al ruggists. Delone t L-s-f
under the eyes of the principal and sR you get the. They am anti-
his twelve able assistants. Every sept. AOpt o As titutes aist REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE Mr. C. C. Stevens of the Berli see-
move was the embodiment of system. upon getting the right isd. Sold by tion, was in town this morntag and
and of this word system were were re- Sl U m at .- A said he had a ine crop -at oats and it
minded at DeLand, when one of the --= -- A l was made, but his vegetable needed
patrons of the Orlando eobeol extofl- PIANO TUNING C A S T O R IA rain.
Ing its excellence and the appreciation l 'm a year t perieame. SafArenees
of its principal, remarked: "Oh, he any mud teacher ta Ooals. an REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE
will have order and discipline. Why, music house tI Jacksonvile. TPhee m B
one boy he thrashed 19 times, ere he 821. A. M. Lasf-8-tr. cTty. 1--tt
reduced him to a sense of appreda- S O R I
ion that to hear a command was to, oB
Orlando possesses an excellent pa- II
per, the Reporter-Star, under the edi- *i I fa e e rp
torial management of Editor Roward. Mr. Sisk s=4 Joe Pemberton rep-
one of the brightest and best 4a time re tS the Oxfor Odd ellows a A D WS
state. the DeLuad meeting and G. B. Tank-
Winter Park looked good. a eley represented Coleman.
CoUege campus more inviting a --th. . . V V V
ever with its two new Impoelag hallo, MDAY AY D TAUSPDAY Mr. F. Fitts, o Oateonta. N. T.
the Carnegie library baldting sad w "My ittle gr waes greatly
Chase Hall dedicated only a few n ftd I i *l taki tey Orino
months ago. Rollins to doing splen- v, and I th k It I the best at l Xbyi e r r J
Old educational work for the you a reomedy tonr constlpation and liver
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REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE. their home to Oeala. Mr. Toph will
SOCA XA 11WI COMPANI continue to represent the Florida Life
Oerag's Lawn. one pound and Insurance Co., which he has done so
... .-- -- ... .' two packs .avelopes to match for W0c. successfully for a number of years
at the Psteoffe Drugstore.- and will probably take an interest lan
the Montesuma hotel with Mr. Johb
__', Mr. Lang. wife a baby re- Dewey, the proprietor. *
# -turned yesterday from a pleasant
visit to Mr. Lag'U s parent at Miami. LOST--On Tuesday afternoon near
the Seaboard tracks, a back omb with
SREMNANT BALE AT THE GLOBE fleur-de-lis In gold making a vine
S- I across back. Please leave at Star of-
SM lty)e and prieem at McIver & Mac-
SKlay. 4-1-tf Rev. C. E. Woodman, eminent
** | g g 4- Paullst of New York City, who was
BANe IN *19 1 The next meeting of the Grand to have spent this week aIn or city,
Lodge of Odd Pellows will be held In has been quite III at Miami and win
o tlled n Boa Plant City in April, lIt not reach Ocala until next Tuesday.

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Mrs. George McKean and sweet lit-
tle dafmhter returned this afternoon
from Jaceknavlle, where they have
bees the- guests of Mrs. C. V. Miner.
Mr. A. R. Harper of Jacksonville is
among yesterday's arrivals at the

Geris Liten Lawn, one pound and
twoire pack envelopes to match for 50c.
art the Poatoefte Drugstore.
Mr. I. H. Htrsehman of Tampa. Is
In the cite for a week. visiting his
fVm~dkA 19 lar mvw flo pJa

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themot mwft
waW omfkt eve fmm@'-o

AMmIsor nothev Dhut
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bem kof twe bciand
Ocala News campays" 0"aneb

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S iE YOUR VEo A efr t s Oa Way In
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159Sohlt Wa rs Sm IAE
t-.-- t h west a- SoMM a
T -agles -ald a we. attended
Writw to us for Stamps asd Sftemils mee 1 .l. w1 d 10 w
SPlank's Chud1 T-lc, g anted toil
cure chills ad fever. 26 Ues.
Sold Exc.ismlly by
SMarion Realty CouSyfMaY"Ofr- .T EATGOCR
i or Mrs. Washburn tolay.
Agent A. Frank, Mgr. Ocal, Fa spaldt~a Basba Guide for 10 .
Just In at the Oelaew Co. .
land BagMlh ---- SM-h Awh.r.. f.I_-_--..n
S-Mtis .Enlly Waabuorn, the trained Among thosi who went to Silver
... l sure. Is home qt.e ilck. Springs run today on a fshing and
launch trip wert Mr. and Mrs. 8. T.
S or doses will cre any case Seitrunk, Miss Annie Attinson. Mr.
WAHAT TI 'Q No Chllt and ver. Price 25c. and Mrs. Arthur Cobb and littl
WHAT A BAN K DOES.A daughter. Fanita. and Mr. and M. W.
Short order aeals promptly tdved W. Clyatt.
at tim Elk Cte,
Ther- are many vays in W'hich it sertve the Mr. Tomuas Uvlaton bas opened
Pub--, bt t,, .o oM BwNANT S AT ATE OLOB an agency in Ocala for dlffrent man-
ufacturers of the country O laOwa m
puhK, but the one now most valuable,,pert, ran a ugen or tielsterrionry aor ast
iris., it, t, ipelp with loa1ns. We will meetthe ,--ertbooft. 20" awwrately and agency for this territory for a grat
n p. o elp with loan. We wil eet te b toe many houses making all smer of
ied,- of Doon rvative borrowers. hardware. mll. farm. co=ua..ora',
Mr-. LA~ e W' odmar fruit man. builders and other supplies. Mr. I v-
S, was a eaBllr Ia the city today. Ingtpan ha been n this class of busi-
I .Vll-nro C harnhl l ank B 1-' neas all hldi lfe and we are glad to
I UI Bet e0 rest dinner 1K the city at see him ote In Ocal and knew
(INCORPORATED) the t Cakf. w!ll enjoy a full measure of av6ess.
T. T. Munre, P'res. Z. C. ChamMiss. V. Pos. A. e. G ,tg. i*rr REMXANT SALM AT TH GLOBE The Neapolitan Quartet made quite-
-- n in narge tnne .tof wfrgeratos. vera a hit at the Air Dome the last two ev-
t-Le and ie of "laefr s MacKae's l enings. and its superb muaste was
,Mr. J. KnlgM it Crystal River, present. Thw program for this even-
wsi .toingIncluded. "I Must Have a New
'THE FURw1Tt.RE.N W Hat." which will revive memories of
aly breakfasts mseve for special Easter.: "The ZEun's Reprt" a aInter-
A fro--A A M a Jorrs at Bthein Cate. eating story of avage honor ad
OF fMcVE wlAt bravery; the "Village Proteeto I't a
REMNANT SALK AT TRB GLOBE. bunch of funngrapis. and "Love's
Victory." a very pretty Uttle romance.
CARRI ES A LARGE Nun rs fne candles fresh every Be on hand early andabsorb them akl
week at the Poatofo Dragtore. Regular prices, 1-and 5 cets. .

MODERN AND COMPLETE Mr. arp the trpetne op E By repr tin the C
teratr. w"a in town'today. Jumbia Shade Co. of New York City,
was here today to interview the
SOF Taw" 3stemntr ?lMs on ale at trade.
Sthe Ocafti ew Co.
the O^ New CThe fire department has received
REMNART SA A"T THM GL bE. 12 new aluminum helmhnets and dal
FU R NIT U'hRE' -- lPhone or sed- your pr-eriptt.ons to
AND the Court Pharmacy. Mr. Chas. V. Miller of Jaek'slunH
ia in the city. He will be here unti
.F m n Mr. R. J. Knight of Crystal River, Sunday.
HOU E FURNISHINGS ALL KINDS -" .o c- In this a -
Plank's CMll Tonlec guaranteed to ernoon from a four days! trip to the
S---- ----- cre ehillae and fever, 25-entas. southern part of the state In the In-
terest of the Star.
The only Hose la C i aktdHMa m. C e NWANTSALW AT THE GLOBE.
Mr. B. R. Stripling returned yes-
Furnishes tel Home. Cxrrdis eM a d WS"e d Mr. J. 'W. Crosby is In Jacksonville terday from a visat to his family at
esl a Fraltre; Keeplg p .wie Ms nd J- attending to businessw Gainesville.
There were thirty-five arrivals at Mrs. T. T. Munroe and MIsa Emily
WhIa e People WaUL the Ocala House yesterday. Stoesburg have returned from Jack-
sonville, where they went to hear
AIls carries a COMplete UK 1 aIIers ua9 Sif Oi REMNAxT SALE AT THE GLOBE. Walter Damroack. director pt the New
ware, -es, W :- --. O-. r :Mi-r of_---er OBor s^ York Symphony Orchestra.
Hardware, Carriages, Wage, 0om, IMUi, MSAbSM ft. Mr. Cldse Wller of M iler Brothers'
SDi oram. i at the Moutesuma. Miss Anna Sanders. who has been
Look over o SCek ad I In the city the guest of her costa,
Mr. J. R. Thomas of York Is at the Mrs. Islar, for several daym. as re-
Montesum-a hoteL turned to her home -at Spartenburg.
S* N. C. Miss Sanders taught Mr. and
S I R REMNANT SAL AT THE GLObE Mrs. Kibler's children at Holder dur-
V A I i A n ing the past winter.
cent ar-ival at the Montestuama. Mr. O'NeH, in the employ eof the
S a-. Dixon Crueble Co.. Crystal River, and
'l a Moiqulto nets and frames, the most who for three weeks was an inmate
Improved and coavenient made at Me- of the Marion County Hospital, re-

__,_ED PACT[ REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBB Mrs. Lula Moody of GainesvllUs,
S- who has been visiting her brother at
** a Col. J. H. Lvlngwton returned on the Rockledge for the past month, is 16
" '{hame to yolr alma that yoa cal't early morning train from a business the city visiting her skater. Mrs. R. M.
get beter bleak book, type vter vislt to Tuaes sad iado. Perry.
splptle otm a ~ gpIea 1e REMNANT SAL AT THE GLOBE. The pupils of the primary achool
eral a I O or for r will celebrate Priday, April 2rd, as
emrad aarfRhme .13} oai 0 tou la Dr. D. A.. Smaithf Anthony, was bird day. At 11 o'clock they will have
moey W thai'ou cm-i onr store, Is In town today. The doctor is quite appropriate exercises to which their
what w WIu tdo 4he. It yee feeble, we regret to say. friends are cordially Invited. .
F AiB Bseend a w MKt books for the year We have porch soreens, prcn rock- Mr. Guy Toph arrived In the oity
.of 1)99 let 1e yo priees. era aad prch msettes. Any Mnd want- yesterday from Pensacola. Mrs. Toph
Sd. Melver & IMaeeKay. 4-10-tf and their little daughter will arrive toIn

Year. The SON Is- In the W. D. Catf
tract, is on new around and Covem
M* aerm.Tbo vbm~pur.
and runafta Ube
*we* A dtheNoin.*gs'-
slow,, Nc011 fr tbl

tbe aseft owin&the 'tft* 4*meM

UMra. BC rNekhqm ami ther -
ofthe subwsa
Mr. R. a 3W Idm~(
wamaver et the Pbeift h4

Perry&.whati ~e he6--%ft
read". to 000U"* lee. WWW ..
ltg smeW~bet del&***1 uMIa N.ato*
Is l eaO3Lsed with e a I b

ready hwsw ilft b .~*

the e"-ul wa* tate
do. wh~ er, ewtto 1
light ialsintMGMIAWgers the 4mikint
aitift of Florida. Ther we"ft~m
five UIOaagerN sent and Mr.
of Ovlamdft Woo *a& e~ o
new aswocistleiL Tb. sea" i
wM i b~held jt Teoma.M. BI&.'-
labored ft have tI~ .~stmi
fts 8684601 In OSLA, .htr. Ds
-Gxlxi Gae. svflua a0.seo ONOW

number, at the -a ,.sm F*Um 'gia'' '
orb=" Gpeople,- for which theyre
thi thanks.

The lOcataoIrn Woaa8 israp lW
getting in Its ad~teaOlbagi.r pe o
a"d eupptle V and wil be sMOy ft... a .
few days to bagwl repairis Ma *
building autoabeale tl Maut-e.tag
Rev. W. Coleman, who
the baccalaureate sermon agunit 1o
the Brooksvt e High Shool pupla
was met by a splendid and appime -'"
ive audleoce. At alght he I~ th
pulpit of the Methodist church, the
po Rev. Partridgea being c ed to
Tampa suddenly n amount atof the 11
stckaeas of his child. U
Sheriff GeeOi Cartar of Citrae
county, was tow n tday eoa his wy
home from Thas wham be wat
to urge payment of his deatab aAM
the state for lost timae wAto he j
suspended without a hiarlag by .
N. B. Broward. Mr. ourter thiMks
the sCdat wi be paid.
Hr. W. 0. 0 Massey hr d a new
sidewalk laid in freat of his property
on South Third street, eeeu led by
Mr. J. A. Walters and fal.
The Woman's Amualary at Of e
chrch desreate retard that s
Jake row for tea suppOeN them for .
their late tea soeal .
The r port haat Ight ftem AfAofaf
was to the efemt mhat the Aask toW
Mrs. L. D. Gelger on the death ot her
husband wa so great that a tI TH
collapse to her system M6iow ,
while everything was doaM to .rive
her, it was feared the sheatk *-W M
prove fatal.
Messrs. P. V. LIaveagoed a >.
M. little. delegates to the Qrami .
L dge of Oad WlUews at DeLaand e-
turned home this afterme -,
panted by Miss Gemewtieve TAwho
attended the Rebekah assembly at
the same plea.
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Are the merchants, the professional and successful mm sad o-emes a
the city, the farmers of the sarroud a territory.
We accommodate all classes. Our customern report the sad
women who have built sad are sM buildbag s*uewal se sere.
We solicit a share of your busbnes.


rT*1HERE IS NOTHING dthat i11 -mtor bto d
I arts of peasts more tan to b awa d .i
the night by the ingig coughW ich a_ -m if
an attack of creoup. The c d may rk wi
nothing but a -ght cdi a d.=.'fi M M.- l_ th
be arouedw y the onumm smom&.M Ejvery ho.where
there are unall childa should be prepared for these md-
den attacks, as prompt treatAn- ts nis Fary. DS ot
experiment with remediM or dofbAn dalm ebut egt




that has been m se forI nearl forty jeanrs md e -eT m
to faL.
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Mr. Homer Krohn'of LiJbon,
Iowa, in a letter to the manilae.
turers of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy praises this medicine for
what it has done for his children.
He says: "It has not only ared
them once but many a time. Ouly
two weeks ago my boy had the
croup so bad in the night that had
it not been for having a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy isn
the house he wtuld have choked
before a doctor could have gotten
to the house. It is a medicine that
no one should be without at say
time." It is pleasant to takeand
many children like it.

"We g"Ui-e every botte t
Chamberlia's Congh Rautedy."
says W. M. Parish, P lfues,
Ontario. "Out of the as y bottles
sold last winter not ue was is-
-tuned. We mmumend it ae-
daily for children with aCMp."
Chamberlimt' Cough 1r y is
faous for itsopt m-
comgha, colds a Wbi
Ici asa as a the s ==chi b a
oars t atc of rey a aybe
averted. Thise mie ie
ifreefrom narcotics or ijusiab-
stances of any kind ad aIy b
xi to (he aitfe i mh whk aire

Attacks of croup are mat BkI* to wduari the eam]
winter months, and every fasiy with young I chIIe usd
be prepared for it. Keep a botlde of CHAMBELAIS
COUGH REMEDY in yeow bom. It ely *co a m r,
* targe size 50 oenta. Your-dWggIt.b



WusternBadf, Veal, Florida SUMll ed B64f
Mnti.n A44 -v A .4;AaUam Av vmrm Av*

Ing the holy -lerement .FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Wsp. T. I. Peckhamm ws the guest .
of Mrs. a Upbkm e lr, .. Cara,.r Tax Coeleto.r, is Ae-
Mr. W. N, WI i n W anB mu-" fAfih Mari cCeu AWN
Gfla l for a fw days the past 1st, 130 -
week. One t hie reds, Mr. e- it, 100.
ellen, came on Saturday and pet --
Sanday with hblm. They wee guests Comty SoheeIa
ot Mr. J1 Adam. Uncollected ...... ........$.254.5.2
The sister service of the Union By tressres receipt ...... 5865.57
Sunday school, which was postponed Balance uncollected .... .. f100.5
on accostm of special services at county Pprr.
Wedredale, wil be held oa Sundayn ,,^ e.
uay o scted, ..... ...... .... $8W4.77
next at I$:So a. m., and It is expect- By receipt ....... 8L21
ed that Pastor Lawrence Jones will Byltresurr's rece"i ...... 12428.2
give an sddrem Balsace uncollected .... ... 4688.5
sive an address. County Readls
SMINKNT AUTHORITIES SAY Uncollected .... .... .......81371.42
that out-door exercise Is needed by B tras* rept ....... g.
the Amernit people. That's all very BalSane uncollected ,....*... 10
well, but, bow can people with rhes- Ceenty iWdmg.
matinm follow that advice? The ans- Uncollected'...............S 7T8.?
wer is very s aple-usae Baards By L-aur '5 receipt ....... 1 6.6
Snow Liniment and the rbeumatimm Balance ucollected ....... 184.72
will e leaving you as spry as a eaolt. Pll Taxes, Ete.
Gives quick sad permanent relief Uncolected ............... 852.
from rhematsmm. nerslr a Isam Extras collected ..... ...... Il.*
back and an pains. Sold by the Ant- 24W7.6
Monopoly Drug Store. By treasurer's receipt .... .. 2487.00
Balance uneoeeted .... .. 120M
8 MMERFIELD County Sboems.....i
The espad raBMs we Bad last Uncoeet ed.... ...... ..... 8834.4
week have made the termers and By treasumrer's receipt .... .. 1725.3
truckers happy, for the cerop are Balance uncollected .... ... 71M.
lookagt aine. There has already beeana -
quite a large numaer of crates of By treasurewa receipt .....85-7.47
beas, squiah, etc, shipped trm this i
section, sad seaon shipping season wil StatO o F av r
he he with its rush ad work. Mia County.
* Mrs. C Lvers, aepobnpIed by S.- T- 8 trk ce c u MU
her asm Wallae_ went to Jackson- ber certify that the aboenIs a true
lle klt waf taI spent a few days ad correct s maent of the coue-
IL..... ... .. A%-- toft seeo with MpIi l o, ntr and

Have you nelefteaS yu. da
Have you olrV yute meryw
system mam Eneed tro A v wift
kidney and bladderT? Ha* ys pales
o lotau side. baet grams Sa Mad-
der? Hav, you a faMby Sapara
of the fam esapecdally adr the eMt
Too frequent a detIre to pa ita- -
If U Wmam' Kwkday P1 wft evS o "
you. Sold by the Aam-Lft.

Mr J. A. Rent spent several ay47-
1% Ocala the pat week tthe g0at oc
Mra.- L P. RBeat.
Mr. J. D. abmu a ,!twmed Meafl
from Jackauvile, W he hd
spent several days on buses'a
Mr. D. U. McGlnB sad h O alW -
Frday '.ftenaooa.
Mrs. Otto Janes sad Miss Mands
Detser spent- Thqrebv aftemam
shopp~ag in aeeview.
Mrs. T. L SlagMhter uat NFida
and Saturday a Oce hlavi h ng ese
dental woek done md W d -
Mrs. I. Dval svad Mrs 4. r.
Pelot drove over to 5iiimnld&:r t-a
urday to do es. as.e 09In .a .
Mr. and Mrs. D. 3 WIL ttmsMA If

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Th pealte m f a M llNleaM 3er-- KM
WWI"einthemes.ta per the I Me a ul 3g., am tanc.
of the lat dsmiMi0N ommOa, wh Isk Tdiali a- al as .
wus tak tole owIfOe, w tn etow: ae Aewu ji tm, an, I. S. a ma2.
Whites. -Me-ees Pal a mt AMrf 6. 1193.
Alabia .... .. ..1,1s Wt*r#t1 T.,# dlaBelol Ky., saftd wtra.
Delees o c baima 6,a0 as,is tis. ltMats as a1 M 4w 1I, 11.
.rida ...... .. 3& 2s0.M 12 and IX. LinaN Mamt Wr 2,
Georgia ... .: ... *LM l.34A 10. .
Keatushy .. .. ...1,88Q,30 a S 17SITAW Ad W N. C, sW fftr,
Lowiama....... .. 7*2TA 0.a40 ac4eot Ma Amaslat T .
Maryiad .... .. .. UWU4 2S.4 P A. L t Ameriea. TIkeBts on Bae
M.stbepi .. .. .. 4ajM 7,3 May 2g, 29 and S0. a1 Balit
Mteaor .. ........ 10,14 -30 days m Uo- bat et lmb tdiug
Morth CaOei a.. .) MS 6t6e d5t. at aile. -
-Metkon CM a* 70 ., 5TJS8 T J^, LAdUne, Ky., and 4tula.
Teooa Iee . .tWUg WiSW sascoint maad senhea Amt
Tesas ..... ..6 MgemLsa721 Arabe Oiter. Nebit of the My-
It will be observed ftees the t18- rte TIckt ea le Jwwne
lag table that GeOala posse se the 5. S; -1 a liait June
4d'1 -th la t having the largest ero 17, IM. I
popitrWt of any of the Souther 7^, Ashelle, N. C., sad reta.rn
state. Mississippi and &th Caro as eut Intet14a Ceovestisa
outnuaber the whites; and Missouarl BrS m and Plath. Ties a
and Kentucky wre the states tin @a Jne 17 and 18. Flal ltit
the backs an found Ina the Junew 2. 1.tH W
*. $14.^, Atlata, Ga., ad retara, so-
-oat Ameriea anAm8sMtt e
WAI mDO T TO LEND Optk l Tickets, oa ame Jane
19 sad 20. P m!limit JmW 125.
A.n Arkaos ma who was In Cl- i .
cao a few weeks ago said that when $17.5 Amsevi, Ns Ctc. 534rol2
President Roosevelt was in the South- account Dram"ale Olde" 1K gts
west on one f bhis bear hunting trips of Khorassn. btefial metein
_it was fomd teU di ag. which had Tickets on sale July 8,9. 10, and
bq se M the tr oo down, 11. Final limit July 26, 1909.
eould not his T e presidentFor full l formation sad sleeper
put out and a search for good bear reserve tos call on sa agent Sea
dogsa was ( ted. After the party ALG orwPts to AgnC.aosoan
had suffered a good deal of discour- t sa. Ps AeJ soie
ageumlet a matvt" o a the country ; orc as on C. Raywr, c. T.
rought Js word ftA a ecmro who A.. Ocala, r.
Uved at the edge Of a aear-by clear- i X A v f
Ml had some tee bear dogs, but t
was sea that there was no possibility
ef persading hian to loan them to OFn 1mITUS
aaybody. Es-U _
"He winl lead them to -a-' ald the
MMmdent Is his weU known decisive U Co vewtlas held evr Mo-
mamaer, ad mount ng Us borse, he day e aulas in Cmtde iW ever Pey-
started for thl elearlse s alwa. A aerdlal welm to vt-
"I uderada4asM id Mr. Rooeevelt, tng tnkthtas. sUer Haa, C.
when he was met byr the old.colored CMaI. K. Se. or f.L sag .
a In of-hio s hia. oAMl, -you av e
mn i. bear ePdos" -
"Thar, ye ts in hre right. Dim L IL L F.
das obEe M- da le bst war &awVs _
In dias w01hole h try."
"I wlMa" aid the president, "to eTsla e adge No. 52
hborow im fat a few dayw" L 0. O0. meets ewy Tuebdea nw
*'Met much, bos. I nevah loana ag la TYoep Ball. Visiting brother
dee daws to nobody nohow." alway wdeicme
*B-t oM evidenUy do not knaw W.. C. Blanhard, N.4.
whi I am.; i Theodbre BooseveKt, M. M ttleG. ecretar.
president o the Unita taa"
*Ah ealant help dat, boas. Ah
OWAldat toan ,. dea bar daws e l
ye was Booker T. Wash'nt h- hes

Undigsted od sal- gas Ino te |
seae located just below tIhe heart, ..
premeOs aNast It ad causes heart
palpitatlea. When year heart tes 4
-Meet eve-
ias yoIn that way take Hurme for e0 0Us :e
a. days. Young will wson .be alriht
"ae a bottle" id by te Anti-Mon.. Meets every Wedneday e fng at
poly Dr % 48: 1 clocki. Vittng breathn al-
wa"s w91e0m0
I. W. D t Prsl6eat
UTH LAKS w. c. uoer. se tary.
Mr. & mak Adamas has gone to
ruei a ., for a viit to his old F. & L
Mye ad a at his trip to Cia-
elmati, Ohio.
Mrs. Thboma Baker, who has been Marlin DIM LAodg
Ill for several months with heart No. 1 insets In the
trouble, is in a very critical condl- temple on the aret
and third Thursday evelag at each
Anie Bls Iee, left for. their BUB- i A. Duiuier, W.. .
m 'home at lheammt Ma on W. V. Wheeler, Sereta'y.
Thursday. This i their seventh win-
ter here and they expect to return In OALA CHAPT NO. 1t t. A. M.
Mr. C. W. W1lWrd went over to chapter N 1, A. M., the 4ths
a r few day tay the ptr y in every month t 8 m.
Hotel Lateside closed last week and seL etay. -P.
Mr. D. Roberts, who has spent the Jae wa a
Pleasant Hills House to lanlsh out the ( n N. C
.asm befo returniag north. .
Mrs. P. M. Olfson. Mrs. A. M. Reed
asa jr. Wallace W. Reed are attend- o
ing the C. 3. convention In Tampa et gi ontly meeting wM
this week. be held Friday eventei. Aprl at
Quite a number from this place at- 7:20 oclock In Tong' Mal Vistn
tended church at Welrdale Sunday, sovereisne are always wetome.
after the elose of Sunday sehoel here, M. M. LMttle, C.
and listened to a very interesting Cha K Sas Cle*k.
sermon by Rev. Mr. MeNary. who as-
saited the pastor, Rev. 3. 0. McKi n- REMNANT SAU A THU GIOBE.
ley and Rev. m Ja In -d"malater


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band ltscu m.heslaml -'u~a
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rcaphes, are666W locft*da ~

mrs. David Bat 001has rtiuma
10o1e fro m Tiai
Cmomrs.r Ick te WIftlisLAm,. b Nt
Saweek8. aloS w m
litsrnedto ir& t u
Mown. ye&.ata
Trahe msa7 rie nows aW a
TownseD avd iauce oxv
bamet vro mu10h13111.
Mrsl eavde neat eek sim i,*
gee. at? Mm u. N. les's
beek eias tQai
Mr. anW im.t LIToto 0
thin ilat pat Ii
Mill If.iW. nestl k.fwist A
home Is-PDa`

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Is0fe i bammiat 1 m~~

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am* hto him I levs ad hp

-1 wol lm bm bowsa aebmStogu-U
from ar tenthS. mat an jmw"
writes IlkAft UdbII*M
salvs, wbleia Caa: ulmar- ]
soiln emin-wbim
for iles. tatAmd~l

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out now sam4 new*&*if-g*ft
4rn basse.4% Amew IWO
their dqsztur. th"ift_~Wm
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Guest. We hooe to -me tOnm maTre7"
tarm Ixt wiftler -
21r. Claims.OPTrewus &SmIft9
Cln. ma&e a boousin sfigADA
Tauofmy. M 3.'V. 1& htt ~~mb
a bumiustrpt tekmUyq
Mr. And jjM rjW. s ....
sam r. i.T. 3. E'ss wt"
6f abaft. "ud f ftied ft*
in tde city at O a

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