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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 04 23, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03149
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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MIL-KOW is time sl adkiod sd 4enp, yA Iatat d i-pet:e Us ae essl -a-4- ihn o4m"Mry sA v lip
milk without the hdb~r fat. MIL-KOW 1 bo ok CAI *NO W**0k 4te besBO ma ni -N.h-::le".
in liquid fom is a deieles ad atn" b Ot 1 m L U s i .st ar- 4
m. alag, Mr. W &er M- aairmeb o 'a00019t the Vrasry.ii f
fyingCLARnk. MILKOW iO s pre 0dh m t .. -' -- : m.a i O i
without preervatlye or adautereat m ee1g *m0 A ggetome
MiL-mKOW is thero-gh ly temled. he the d N e rr9a t u M i sdeMi e S -
MaO ho report of the I ei1U."a 3 IIIIR i- k ANN" M J
danger from disee.. -gerAs. 1.0 ,. w. 0 t" .. ot A t.1 ..
used wherever milk is w w .d for toe -.ve betwe tie ai i ->
Looking and baking. Two e*me for moashe 1i"a' ruesie m
25, makes six q sarts pure kinmedfai tweor e*s Ift-sbem let Aunseeia w a* dig a e"Ne to our M
milk. .iamldsmtl v i th W t Do abs _".
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a-4estoheh a b e! Iw eW" rs toe ewe a In t M w o st ea al t A tro A a to
CLAKn rathe holer" frf They meartged a sores of sortbeo but she has r.uiled to a .m e d- a huga
IR Dt FULLER i uf.t. ...." tdi that rec- w e* NN..-*.J.'
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We d osn a -el~at p-at *,y-.t--o e, e a s tmhae to make Lo ttt tAak peaeTf Iu t-I "ei p-"l --w----- tod"W A
"No a ma sey ad t. w l ee, DThey ange'd his comiofsoespb"she wo" rpo.eold to peace. One emnt "=ut= ...AIa,"I
OCAILA, LORIDA r see a him ot a theam !s e i e re but Bthy yield- Indl ge the hope that e' pre tiM *
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Mh lleCHAh ltimsmore mabreosleie. tt e ls lpmedal*Itsr n16a sofC .im-
t laW at the Lcakel a gme ea ,eold et Oecammwi a. ks ,* opelenl. Af.'.
OCALA, lAY8 I wimr o" *hand gut* ...t.i S e dthe Idespenir elyb t ~I ng i eld'-i agree thespeto tatuowp.t es ia... wdebI

S--- e.. .. .f i .a ..e e u e ... .. .. . k" ab --rve WWH ,* ,
AA-LO DA1lieMtM- Is &Was bI salary l msomywlse der the Att .M.. . '.. iau a "l, oft i-
lfut Ilang that te cake t t tm wee -ofe "my angae a.din* wrs to th fa" thato." .m .- ... .m -a



hviag 1tve oht, they may turn ao ldae t y a w o 6 1 t'~ i ,ai "i.
towe ba e doe u the ~e s asnd, l1ike the ette id the o ye a po Bl REMNANT oAits AT TIB pLOe pd.e to' < 3ig m r E 'd
Dealur n C.H ACE-oier ..AI.. M' u a .
___ Deaettr, h@ etWats under the bane VW UMM-fT6 b1 1. 3. ChuO1 *HemLLEHI *ILL _
*OWW tm et-erelao the purchaserr. Naagag eadlo 6' dl se Oe. inSbsesa PA D TU' NAiS.'
the trseOs dry, the t-rn to oe t B -lake n a, e. ,.- . UN
Office hours: 8 to I a. N.; 1 to Soea hypoetc Ieoawene nMe"t th is"a e eotu e teve neg S-
6 1. A .llios tampestatw to tbe e t SS TIndobdT. Apy ti5
Ti RMB. CASH. L i L i ta anld a. emim asA.taIt s tem I a ly adS fJ c i ai Icomii" ny aeahelese.e atlpn"tet"
SL--- iewas a chans e .- adnidtra.m. mer il. e i ree. Sold bys dro MueAen resoht elos mlae for tne 'tab. '.
a hfee tw- as vnse -. pa vrs Nh Ibotk .Wades. ATake mii ea i 7,'vt u U faual shmeda W
TERtrMSes r Cei HB -lltr lll e10 0 ostuatourn. mei t prowess tor stais -ids e pro- q
CHARLES D. HULBIRT, 1.0. ,, BKMX W Z T MA,,A as TH Be. ",o oe._.'. ee e-l,.l.-... u_
HOMEOPATiJil P"TI"AN AID make any harsh osme but merely i UU f-U. ta WeUl5ttf t-t W"& m" ,
adthatethatnowTH ss frm e A WAp-NIN To CHINA r w ours isl5.uei .O er i*e s Ida-- 1
lotrongesaeat try* o scamlOw shige.&at-
sb1e pe.8.f view ft Is wholy andew-
Ooei m b at asc seab S a_ at-* c Mha isn.ae Tsew s Abeng tre bi t that hAM ever bees heard tthe Q-lKittopl, Aes .jn-lh. :
Chamlarn Bank touUlag. Gala, meat 01 what the el d see ae MmJepae are oash la tasre. Theairs f e epteme *tm a
pForhda. s:ut8fst3 to.sua ta tm el staes 01tmeBatte-nrVw Aril 2 -~What eetrotldhrsrb a Tt d sWebth tt h- nol flle
T h -t. XoX: sdUiles t. s e essale* I? blet Aateter e wat cisi*saides. ber t( Svlkish'
11 wed J . s iast e employed by o-ei ate t oIsnpotaed from Man- ow --
-2 21. i the thea bt at ma e ry orpa- eroi. Thn mws has been recabved J.
Officgheer Houri-4 to 12Hi a. h.; m4 p ltb 2w pr that thn der"Iss an nuhg a lr _
-l-oci"a -a"ss Uard hae bar atlry P* -mll" A uCO-te ac2"oe the utlser toPsU .m euar ,ti 1 hemt n rJ
Oe eos In geruuie sfts d be w p" -- as m Itt're pt I tiU.M ahe 8 s a Itealmayda n


Tline sEM.AL tsapwtar ONLY KNEW Eleetagh aSMM ti tS- aat^Jgg
fs l ri .me. ta I m ha t's 'ewm ml or t h,: b t yT WO -D "" t ,
Oler 8to IS-- to som **Bs Inetat ouswut IUt bi aawowin buying leek Mo -i *5i i'

6o nRa-SWtatim to beanw 4 he* 0atne poe A th M"gaetOamiveApitr e-ee *.-

Offers the very best M f nb t im rt alh was ablm o a te I -r --e @. It is prompt a nieorge. Le-Meins.eiep. gf,|
skilled workmen irth ,modemgr at- sse : e pLSe TtM e cnMn amofubrwit i#AkilmIn AT THeralnS m M e
pliances. Strictly esaitary. Uleete'le myurib'm~trhiu f thist 11d y1J.AM AT ULLEY *Aj lh II
fans electric maSag eILs *taIlwMIuml04 to ".ihem ow ACK O IT COMRADS --
~Hot Iuun WOater "byat A. T M M tetres and ullenT Cu.o Aftft a jrt
VINCENT C. DpTblatC, Ns eaha. ant r> Mt M.1autey SSA TOP NOC D'nR -
Upo--"---- "- a catred during the civi OA S a T S.i
e- h T* G. "TMe -a te w by a -pri st of dOhbo cavalry wa as dy ht.s wa te f2 to'h
C. J. PHUILLPS IL Do does not-_ Most __ *" __ at
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ui.,ismit wasw *tt serg le o s~.f5 Alldrs.Uh un-e ebd m
Pot rnMN HTSALS AT T S0.8 4 t u h ~ a~ -
All work dam y fesind 00 bea d.- li-a. C6f WILL IfSPECT w J no(smds ~h-__ -~ i~
en al h am abodoomd. semed thai er Va. f he hTHE amDITCH awt
m__ _ ad adsd tao he~~ ~-
- -~ *w*m ituse M We hu avo L b. el sILhue t m C ", A pril 2 ,3- L. N. t eatto to a& S A ~ s f e s m tt m i m w ta" oom ?-
W~O It had hms Is~ 3~a e~etary .1 ar, mes- hiluues.&ntaW
~1 GOBell .WandmembersOf att .
~ m U O A L ~ s p i n e m b a rk e d e h a a l* M A Ew E g i s b W W I e g~
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haMes Ga ~u4* y-stwdy lo owesmuitlome p -, b &40
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-..... s .b -...all.t-peobs ll WaId. %Im.WS
R. R. CARROLL 6-- i ---M i s no I bo o -I l -a m
o waalem vmaltse f sm a,- ,- -th Male by the .
a umuefr4 tm cea OWche"a*e" aree- Diac
GRAND LO OK O.CM La A . tFest a. W Nu b
.e.d sad avws0 io 1i4 md-a"e Comer. T ax w
The.. ..owtu w. 1- sffce s V0 w*- Rome.. she, .0 go w, I. oWe &&_ -_ .
elected flowa n wG S oters eios p d P ertah Maatay.G rWemhe. 1r0SMoin tom me

deputy grand master, Key West,; J. ua-fly the m asy om A Sl the W te-l ia-a m ie L -
B. Williams, gand ware, P.eas t-mpleis but aiequmtly "a" a- TibeOs-I Chate Ba*S W-e
cola; A. M. Cushmas. Md sMcretarf, m gagdi the a ,, Ji, Bm.l. r.Cdem.A T lm 3 aoNo e & A- 0 1
Osineerifnl; Gero. L. Bare n ar a d a e m. a w
treasurer. West m l ,g_ d. r.., a _a ;C .., D. .. Daem -._ ,
inehardt, grand *tepredtatlver %eek fm t r M M ee. io T.os a. S .
s wnhl lt00010ue:eAo.trnIr I W.l Ue.- 3 V.4
ILLUSTRATE YOUR ADOL ,haw latorest C kms Nash, frank Gatesm Ana with or s bs ~asmi
-"rfn *0 bithow. eaoua ior J. ThQUu o .
The Star can supply Its patrols and o~ es their lmeesim rdom P. mpon,-DewaetMah ips, hbrti t UA3Saa
the general public with live, original r I iMe to b kflta ws ChriW WChhamc. f o n"t a aAf0011 ,i esf -t
and up-to-date advertising cats s d bok asm s First Pt A v07 -m s w.m
Illustrations. We have the iaat a' alM bullary f V s" O e-a ee.te. .w.r. we a No. 4
can make the eleetrotypes In ou r ste- r M- .tlt I 0X .....Wr.k Me.4 a I
otyping deparM t on very ~20t 5@- 1fprbliM *a liuW. we saw% I~ge 1 "Olmob
Uce of almost any p hid of Tma liow- sOd, yf hi e I- MUsif .......... --.* .'**- jfamfls _. Bek
tration you mAy desire to nhnnto ohet 0 j otnwerI t 1 -i- A.. ". ian __fno t tJ
your advertisements or band iloI bes% aq ..a eW U htI r to Tail" Aah o ....astwe..o Tasaa Sn. e
stationery. etc. Call at the otfe .n.. W haasrs A. e ma.reA ato Tetu ,
0ee proofmheets of the cuts.tNow snijdT oy e e b b W.t-hbar"
received twiceas e Nw t Songw Noah Gave Out Checks for Rain weldes -Ir
J. G. F du.Seming. CDhas mam ai rkor Mbas
Carrying ou.Js Sct t t all em- tmot O eft esue u b or a er rw. I
ployes caught smoklAg ctga.ttes o .4 111 't TW b. -- abo r K wee a r et ya t
be discharged, upt, P, J. af t INFg, n ut 9 Wat DorKWC hmA o r -w 1,ne Do
Rock Istand System, has discha m
an engineer and a bfakenm3 TTi a._- II' Solo.... A Son of the Desert Am r pey Hi II
d&*charged empl6byos ave referred *'& Tbv Q. NxX ?. "I b.ar aits b ftd a 1W.1111
their grievances to the brotherood t A PLOWMR DAY w ******........****-*** ... s
of engineers and trainmen-Tallahae- t O. ..............Orhestra .w
a" sun. A -fy tfresutn pl ram was Part Seasead "rIw 1 waths00104M ---
Thse railroad bosses are baring carried out this fmoralr at the pr- Pratt Morris, with an original sttmp C do h o
down mighty hard on the drinker and a t spech. "
cigarette user. It effect the minds at In charge f Ma M .I Ste vnT Cornet solo, "Short and Sweet"-. .h
toset who are frequent users of sam principal, assisted by MIm 0WZVale -1W teker. -Danced a jg tr a amle anda then
and in their business It Is better and Cl ark., i Margaret TAWr and wl CoMedy isi3cal sketch A. Ger i and weat ove r ad mahed the salas
after to cut them out. tro ml linc umwas me P IOle-a, z.ock."
.Oe..nf.l.s wI M iM Mary Gates Te F sher. s os and dance artist. ----
Tampa people are getting busy about PW&-At sl y ib te iregtr I
a union depot. They will find strea- w d te h1 Hw oGet a Divoerge.. w
nous opposition, as both of the lead- of the phemi3 s2ady, whch Cast of Characters I *
Ing railroads IntI that 'ity, th A. C. ir abits, sogJad Alimony ............ J. J. Gerdg
L and 8. A. L. have very creditable e Ml e bea t.awyerI Beedem .......... A. Gerig
accommodations. In fact, the last .as e *eoia stud to tad- Lawyer leedeI . tI. on F. l -Gi Parad..
named only a year or so ago erected a meLit" olYthet oles u I kd ..cm."-. ...... 7im.- ", iW t
aneowo"a politeness and kl-adess to ant- Ofl W ................ J. G. FUM M Wk jt TM
very creditable building. That a mals. The hrds paln La April Mra- Toiuhusband ... .Prank Gatea ak me sI tk.
anion passenger depot would be i- ae the Mackbrd a e i Mr. Youngbusband .......Otto Lobrig ere do
alrable to the public ln Tampa goes Mch a M ligan ........... A. J. Beck wo
without aying. dr&a- w tb plls thosedola the r. Mullimgan ........... Prat Morris the depart-
The Natidnal Association or the ,wage R Mis 4 Mrs. asy.........Julian Robison
tudy and Prevention of n Tuberculosist Carro, ,Le ask and y Cmp. Mr. as'y............George MartinS .
willtdy and Pvene Wtion of Tubercult U g .! third sAg And Mr Almhony ............. Ted Fisher
will convene tin Washington May mn t their wk eltad T Baoy ............ Herbert Martin .
14 and 16. at the New Willard Hotel. y mg an --- st Tim hW.b A0T (fl.O PLACr A _- _ .
The membership has reached nearly the e oui o a t t drawItngs.lThes i O D P .
2,000. coming from all parts of the pla nts a "tR owe rs ulmvaed .the
Union and Its colorles and among Its sebm c h u mis s
most distinguished citizens. The as- ~t teacera Wad whb wee s y-* md ada gnlp wd wn b D t .
sociation is doing wonderful work in ornament to mthee widow da1 were en Wte aradainafbatoredyou "-What wmlM8 youcometasm aU Meal
promoting interest in this dread dis- evidence In the*ammiy rom, while O.,do yOUwanMto kaow sethilngofthe woa=ar l h
ease and means to prevent It bouquets of tewrs Wre Mgray umpolNatlio aNd character aOf tha which -Qn wo knows wheas and hew to
Mrs. Bryson who was so severely banked on lthe lao at *,ad the 7ell Se I yr se Wathr at i tt pa aS that is aoaig
reS. unay b. ye in gthrw corners of the room. We am yw et d0 or .iklI . .,
om&.*arriager 4atch5idrs en the w, earybWis 5ys if abI but b# I
recovery will be slow. Mrs. Bryson la .. and we m wv It wll ma a r medin Md nw 4O M.
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Howe, on dineult task to Iet a sehoada tof tawe 0P "w.bo petect
Oklawahk avenue. same number of Abitreau t in t-he .lW i? ?4* f tht M how U.-e t MiBht Maggu-.
utate to upa NthemI to those pleans- igati "Walterr!
The legislature of Florida hasu -a aOte A d tod of UI tenahoe"Yea les
'ne P&M a hereft resen we."M, sadoyea foiA Waft waeso
Clark not for advocating protection on served the l 1OWe Maem Wt"
Ing dlqparagtngly of "the matchlesa s rice.Tonle Or e'are ^8 '&&Jiff5Sei.Tha ** ; n%., w is W
leader of the democratic party." Dis- liwf e vnt in bopewj
loyalty to a party platform seems i.a 1I. ete. t. : Soors
be lew odious In Florida than dis mor.P e 3.y a ote Of wImai peinlareak The Usual Wma es,
loyalty to a personality.-New York Tr lwe othe uft lwA Msa "Os ade r *
Although this i. take- from a re- mirably carried eout to the great do* d -s, rS ? t "f yeeaw'
publican paper, it Is worth consider- light of all pjnt. The teabls aad S or ery -wt What weald I .I
atlon. If every member of ihe Gem- scholars ae to be ui ESes 1 *. Fo mert y aska a wto aueltd
ocratic party hasn't an much right to --*-- a P-eroe' vni__ -
his opinion as Mr. Bryan, thos the hI5T-
democratic party has indeed lSt Its "TheB?.B2 Wa- Ip^e t)?a -
first principles. When the pat has LCl aIt. ga 5sth lvaes aben ma r1 .'
met in coaveaton, nominated Iti -* Ruthat Tb.a and t hsthm aisystem ci 'Oa't he rate to uM Of ua,
didates aur Bed Its platform h la wo Vrtala ep Ohpkela othartr y's camin tha.
proper to fOllow 1t banner to victory W on. A &"eBI -d dWillie a and co II
or defeat, but when the battle Is over Mefelt. 3iMvpunl1 The'Favorite P 'We low an easy Un.
It Is proper to discuss men and mess- gW "The ^ "... Gr ade. pe1Wt, sWr ma" 4
area for the next campaign. It would pi"iSs^t ClueC*I55 t lt anto tS e -
seem that the nedesslty of new men pe la tin 'Wegiatng .l It is o a soothing sad tnvigorating Maybe. Sb
and different measures had been fully Recitaton "The tttle Tomtit- nervine and eures nervons xaustios, "Why dose a woman year .te look
Impresed on democrat. by three seu- Irfveh? als 70! them She -s? &wa.f d1e

Mr. Robinson of the Oxford Crate t h n Ug- S aa o Sf fauhl in ar ar"g ld COIrsaf
Co.. Crystal River, was In town and Theo- dt utluetly inintitrt5e 7 figt Misale.7
received treatment from Dr. W. H. S "* B- la"'-w'ftlr GVads uedBte o practice, lheeoin-nin AW
that Mr. Robinson's health is Im- Quel a Gf ts a f PutaeapteorwMu' is meel farm te 'Th BM w
p eoatce t e Ser..-. .. fto be a cana Ye read what they w't Snub f WH5 dS5


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The chrysanthemums so greatly ad- o A far a boo o at Mea m
a hired at the Woman's Auiliary Jap- a, i the swgdoat uorites, to Dr. I. V
anee tea at Mrs. Bitthnger's were sup-. R.e PlUe tionmHote sd s It irea .I -. m miO
posd to have been of nature's grow- leyMarh. Yaduof Ba
tag, but this was not the case, a they laOs U,, WOMA
were artificial and to Mrs. Jame BR. th s Never a Rem VER
Moorehead's skill as an artist Is due -AS s rfREKANT 8A AT T UB I.BB
the credit of their creation. 1saIn. MA AT a. Tlah
Finge* phiasr-glmn Ch a eammaha
Those who occupied one of the car- *' Reciao. "Who Sktt e m fat?- LAUNCN MERRY WIDOW met briliaat
riages and took In the Tompkins and -4A Se Spe MAY SI CHARTSRED gved to TawI
Cobb picnic at the Springs yesterday Rectl0aU "V* Be aI the --- reept
were Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins, Chicl -Manle ba -s. The lavach "Merry Widow," with .ll- l61111
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, Mrs. C. N. RemtioSO T.am r eta- .canpy tp aafe. swift and comforta- timewas held
Kirkland. Mrs. J. W. Crosby and Mr. mily In I. b e, is for hire at Silver Springs, was haMdsamet
and Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor. Son. esIn the G o either tr a aort trip s the run, for In homar O
srTt Ormai moemlightwcurrson or picnic to close Interior a
Capt. J. A. Tucker. who went to IReci~a "Tbe Poor O Crew"-- pots on the river or for long trips to I ot the colonial
Jacksonville & week ago to harb his 1Rib 1a; I Palate or Jackonville. A careful "He is an eter." see. The eb
eyes fitted with glasses, t home again. ReCM "fThe Boy 0d the Spar- pilot and akined engineer always In "An sk tor some women a
Dr. N. X Heggle. an eye specialist of row"-Margaret zwar. charge o -the boat. Orders sbould be "yTa Iand braM of
Jacksonvlle, some time ago remed Realtation, "The TOan .lB "-Carl booked several days ahead to make m e, w a ha emllisthment t
the cataract trom the captMa's right Cl sure of a engagement. Call on R. D. Iera r rece motvedr.
ye and did It so nicely andsucess- Tuft raima. Math --'ews-al the Oasis m rSteamr I L-ndry,..... be mother.
filly that Captain Tucker calls Dr. "itUtal~T-nr adM The or phoae him at No. 1L 3-24-tt mT AA were gsn
Reggle the "Calhoun of Plorlda." Pwr Crowi'-ilImI Ca ... RT -- __ -M- O if bP rg
two years Captain Tucker could not 80nMM v P'e W --"- --- Hgbotfle through
-Recitatoh-Robert Whtte. 1 pled st
Mrs. Iarry Peters and children and 1 "Tbh siler--Vlwelt JUNK IM
Mrs. R. M. Hannawacker of Donnel- e 1 1ot B &youDodeo& hat Ia
Ion. who spent a week with their e "Te H per"- w "The k lvt. I have opa
father. Captain J. A. Tucker and their I TWO NIGH iSandry mel s
slater. Miss Tucker, returned home Bh"iss M s Al-4e who came ad tTW at d "ea a a Ks
today. AMs Thisil Grades. H whoem, rad ti *t old metal, boa
MONDAY AND TiGtte tahal fteW w aB about patent low, barsl nre
Mr. George MacKay, a well haw MNANT SAL AT TBEL A)B MONDAY AND TUESDAY a alo
eitsen of Ooa, was among the Mar- ** A r
IMO county people who 'were In the EAHW R FORCAMT It a be p t Ube a te. An ep
i rt yesterday. Mr. MacKay waM a t I t a prss a L We e ra t c- t ta" re
gueot of the Dural-Times-Unios. Wligtat AprlM f.-Partly oelt- vi tkomOa thitpolMat work wll abe i
Mr. MacKay returned home yeter- ay with showers tumalght or o ate |ds I fI department, a


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-ii z.R&AxSAME AT T1S GLOBE
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SW NJ TUo I *'"or- g.dose I s will- ewe any case
S. ,. ChIls ad Fever. Price 25c.
SP lanks Chil Tonc. guaran teed to
I N L I I* 5151 5Jrte chile atMl fever, 25 cents.
RIETT.BROT It/
S^ ^ w s S c REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE
15) SeI h Wakrs S.... .....
p lding's Baseball Guide for 1909
just In at the Ocia News Co.
Wri- tA.5 or doses 'W will cure any case
Writ- to nu for Stamps and Stencils Mof Chils and Fever. Price 25c.
| REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.


Marion Realty Company

Agents A. Frank, Mgr. Ocala, Fla.


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WHAT A BANK DOES

There are many ways in which it serves the
public, bnt the one now most valuable, per-
haps, is to help wi~ i loan We will meet the
needs of conservative borrowers.

rhe Munroe & Chambliss Bank


T. T. Munroe, Pres.


(INCORPORATED)
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OCALA. FI4A


THE BEPOSITOU IM TIS SAINK
Are the merchants, the profesioal sad suoewful .ama sad men of
the city, the farmers of the surrounding territory.
We accommodate all classes. Our customers represt the sea ad
women who have built and are Mal building esuccese enter.fre.
We solicit a share of your business.


PRVING IMEME1 T= FACT


home to your mind that you san't
get better blank books, typewriter
supplies or office supplies in gen-
eral aaywbere .. 'Oeasa or for fees
moaey than you an at our store, is
what we wish tc ao here. If you
meed a new set of books for the year
of lo19 let us give you Direes.


(XCAL&-NNWs COMPANY


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Short order meals promptly sedved
at the Elk Cafe.
Preicriptions filled accurately and
delivered by the Postofflce Drugstore.
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE
Best 50 cent dinner in the city at
the Elk Cafe.
Large line of refrigerators, several
styles and sizes. Mclver & MacKay's.


REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.
Early breakfasts served for special
orders at the Elk Cafe.
Nunnany's fine candles fresh every
week at the Postoffice Drugstore.
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE
Tampa Evening Times on sale at
the Ocala News Co.
Phone or send your prescrlpt.3ns to
i the Court Pharmacy.
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE
Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.


Mosquito nets and frames, the most
improved and convenient made at Me-
Iver & MacKay's. 4-10-tf
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE
The Messrs Munroe, turpentine op-
erators of Anthony and Daisy, were
Business callers #h the city today.
We have porch screens, porch rock-
ers and porch settes. Any kind want-
ed. Mclver & MacKay. 4-10-tf
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.
Messrs. Harvey Clark and Herbert
and Wilbur Counts spent yesterday
fishing on the Oklawaha ilver.
Gerlg's Wi.euo Lawn. one pound and
two packs envelopes to match for 50c.
at the Postoffice Drugstore.
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.
Capt. W. L. Ditto has gone to Jack-
sonville to spend a short time visiting
his sons and wife.
A nice line of hammocks, different
styles and prices, at McIver & Mac-
Kay's. 4-10-tf
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.
Miss Sue Anderson Is enjoying a
visit from her friend. Miss Berenice
Alfred, of Port Inglis.
GerIgh Linen Lawn. one pound and
two packs envelopes -to match for 50c.
jat the Postoffice Drurstore.


REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.
Prof. J. W. Lyles left this afternoon
to visit his daughter. Mrs. J. M. Sel-
lara. who now lives near Apopka.


Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Q'o
general agents.
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE
You will enjoy the band's evening
concerts this summer with a clearer
conscience -if you help fill the armory
tonight.
Rev. G. H. Harrison, wife, baby and
nurse returned today from Griffin and
Atlanta, Ga., where they visited their
parents.
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.
Our pound paper is the test we
have ever had. New lot just In. Come
toI and see It The Postofflce Drug-
store.
Mr. Godfrey Moyer of Lakeland. a
former Ocala citizen and now with
the Georgia Supply Co.. of Jackson-
ville, is in the city.
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.
The young man who fails to take
his best girl to the band benefit to-
night will have hard work to look her
in the face for the remainder of the
summer.
Mr. Howard Rowton, a popular
young business man of Palatka. is
visiting friends is Ocala. He came up
the Oklawaha to Silver Springs in his
handsome and speedy naptha launch.
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.
If you are at the armory this even-
ifg you will enjoy yourself, and you
will take more satisfaction in every
hand-fought battle the Ocala baseball
nine makes on the diamond this sum-

REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE.


One of the largest attended social
functions since the close of lent was.
given by Mesdames 8. M. Davis. J. M.
--t, Dell, Jr., and S. T. De!l at the lovs.ly
home of Mrs. Davis one afternoon last


Wlly usehk

Wks Tom C


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BASTINES 8

The frt ami kit in CI (m"la ia"JN
VePd h WON. T nhe r .vw.O -s
as- the Safst bty to 7 ai the
by r to 17. Ts ftgiven a1%sV~
Sold Exclsively by to pan r the a hgls ,


TEAPOT GROCERY"


SOME NEW CITIZENS On the opemite is to iage
-__ program for the he al -Ie t.wnd
Mr. L J. Brumby has received a bslet. TheBm br bo that eWtey
)niL-t front. Mr. Frank Z. Ranked of body wil' be prmat. or at M1at s
Tt.nfrld, Ohio, sendnlg subecriptios mny Of everybody as a *et t the
for the next six months to the Florida house. The bs ad--ite B mi
Fruit and Truck Grower for himself Wr mIstt that O g" *it
-aid threw. of his friends. Mes. 8.,B -g OI e dM w IB
Porter, of Hopewell, 0.. D. X B O-1m *Mt; *a
ton. of Glenford. 0.. and A. C. PelL of gelag to be a goed oe, ad e g'
Toboro. 0. Mr. Rankia writes that the price of admisha. Maperma
he expects to spend his winters Ia the to the Ocala NUew Cnmepy at eso
future with us and intends to bring n lw .tl ., "bh 7L
alFo the friends mentioned and all a om "t.
want to read the Fruit and Truck .
Grower in the meantime to.get ac- D
quainted. This is only one et the very
large number of results of the copies 0oet of et. -ioe!
of Mr. Brumby's fine special edition *e the bei' ig I II f Iin
snt out by the Ocala Board of Trade grocery prodUCto dert ~ t t
and our board of county. conwisBlao- wethos.Theee'T e est a. .. '. *: .r'.
ers and by Mr. Brumby himself. aLet- value. y e Ra-Hs ( '
terq have b-vn received fro all over ~ ad as they cost a7My aO h y "
the United States,. from Can&da ad bhae a tihe Mw at o year
one of the latest Is from Costa t ea. Of theM to pay or eW ey
aad nesppaet you want lath i o-' ...
Dr. '. R. Tydings is having a boat- .withtt a cet of et. Al-ko' 1
house erected on the south 'ide of a d WW t e awt Mt I o the
Silver Springs head for the unMch he ft bm. Ia 4 W '
recently purchased tfor his son, Mae- the wM e Wl24 I- O y J
t-r Rtbert Tydings. W. l lOwtt e of -..a
the= when OWhar beg B5 W aggA.-
Miss Susie Fort, who has been quite ey a wo th ar.
sick, is able to resume her det eb at ."r .-; '
s.. ol. Dur-ng,.ANOTh'ER'CHA-.
school. During her absence h Je- ANOTHIl w Joe .: -JS: ,..-" .
silu Martin had charge of the erenth ,
grade. .
Mr. J B 4( Sttlka i
You will have plenty of t e to the city a d se th- Viael DB"B
to the Air Dome this ev be te a the Mr .e Ab u *2"b W IN
attending the big show at the armory. adverthi do Mr. &W A, m
The pictures yesterday evenia were wlM oft the M ao
much admired and those tonight will Ba0k. He L Sie ft e n ate .I
be equally as good. property. Who. a9 t"& .
doesn't payw ..
Mrs. T. B. Stringfellow and Interest-
Ing children have returned to their MNANT A AT I= '
home in Galnerrille after most
pleasant visitIn Ocala wrtth Mr A PLSAAM 9 A' "
Stringfellow's mother, Mr.V D. C. E R"""'".-""d- -
wards and with Mr, and Ms. teobert I&. A. C.- l MW I 't
Adams. Mrs. Stringfellow Is very a I -
tractive and has many trled. here the r" riods at-a a I aw. :
who are always delihted to. have h erP pleas yestoe The g91ty left 1111
come. at e i tas t I .' . *eater -edm arvatvhg at thqi t .w:
the Merry Widow ane twtM, sV r
...wen icIekite Th* -bb....
Died the row beets. which while D# 6
.by the launch ,at "":hamvte w.as,,,
1shed all the waT to Ogaw .
Dinner was spread under the oshi 1_
on the Abluff at Cma-Nsr Bm- e a
full Justice was deme to the a ft el _
4 H^ t and to the picnlelbner whleih MM agd .
ed an abundance of everything 110d to
eat, eves devilled rab%4 d *lma "a -a
I HAVE MANY baked ckea ae. ,
PEOPLE COME TO MB Mr. Readaifts ag ~ve .at
Sthe. erowfa dlesela the gigjug- -g
After they have tried all tfrits wei, tbore e thI. q"
sorts of eye doctors, ,and m any brought gs Of gr hft i 'ei
eye treatments.h the m ll
I do not claim to know* thtohse" :M 1 -1 9. A" doom
everything, but I do know- nt bloom &sAt S
one thing well. I know -Iva", I ,-"h
how to fit spectacles so WOThe cy. laeroe~ the 4:e11 '
to relieve many Ills and To lly co r m b stra"
ailments that will never o'clock se all er r. t a.r a Ao
be relle'ed any other way. accent I ay way had a b eappe ", I PROVE WHAT I &SA but no sooner saM than whi .. a. "
Eyesight Specialist, Ocalas Itwyp splash w55 beard aml W. :AIm Mr G S
DR. D. M. BONETY, Brdges was see I emie ui eMi St-.,
Eyesight Speatal tfrom under a rswbxt hem whih he -,
Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. and was a ladieroes sight sa-d 1:30 to 4:30 p. n .OpJdl o-elatey iyt .bm the e.f ..... .WsSo
and laboratory, rooms 2 aad 4 Gary ay h e he the 7 BWIL W s.
block. r i
Part of the w ftmTat be tWM Sm
The friends of Mrs. L. T. Islar will rh f r -I f II i _UP.IW
regret to learn that she was suddenly caml. rght o to townr. Mg,'B S O IS d
taken very sick Wednesday night and adTompkin" b*hng uty M" ip I S
suffered agonies before be eould be t to alln theh the .- .
relieved. Mrs. lar s a grat deal ey I mU '
better today and her friends hope th and the fum of i t h .AO "N
will soon be entirely well. enf'Oyed. M P I
REMNANT SALE AT TE GLOBE. REMNANT SALE AT ?EIS.0 M -rf "I -If "

Miss Myrtle Whibtfeld Is how the MILLAR IOTHR R I..
pianist at the New Air Domae ad a her VAUDEVILLE JOVGLTIU Sevel I -: e'jIIa


selections last evening were ably ren-
dered This performance WWli be lei t at
ded the armory MNeaiay sad Tumeday-. _L
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBR Nomthming e hthe tk e sama "' hs e The5 mom
been witnessed la thi city. It I a the eM .
Mrs. E. D. Blane and two daugh- prom n Broty. .The WaINm i -l he
ters, Misses Theresa and lsabeth meant tIs divided to theepn a. 9 p-I....
Blaine, came in today from Sliver Part cNMs of the nirt a t
Springs, where they have been speId- ofthe D ins.* to wble ay carm I,. '- i.
ing awhile with Mr. Blaine. PrSilu ad ehalai Hadwae OO.
fects are proedM@, a Bi ". a .
REMNANT SALE AT THE GLOBE eIdedly startUInag atre. T-hin ft M- L I. A, TMl, '
_____-____ on4Caeludes with a thvylad- iMrami n *ri=a&i in gesm
. ..... -- imatioo-the Gretto Coalypse S ap~ I repsrte ft-a .l
unagnfeemt specima of mt' aolfge s he
work. The eced aumaer b'sse m I* y hi h 4 a tk
Millar and Collims a their iE .4'..
sketch. May Co-i- app"m f -s t-.
lar has some witty sUIdsI &, ai- de l'tigA. bi ..W
antics that ms e much a elms r as N. YeI ge
Cot"I.O thet appOear am the mw m.m l
GermSan girt, a ,'i.t ea u -i|n MU
S B charneter as whCh Ia m uI. a d
isa=Ma ears bmasa I Au-e7
Tavish. ts ketch highhulk at
slugs Whew Hghlamd M euRy nse
the ghland Mi-. Th Main set n -
tC tended to mealW pe
ly a most ON-k eigi 4
render. We t an a


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This in a choice, High Grade
Private Stok ye wb oe
and we y rmt It to
be a good as any bottkd In.
bond whiskey on the market,
that is mold for 01.50 a quart.


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dshes-for keeping meals hot after they are cookI'-for
warming plates and for keeping towels heady. Mad. h
&Ies sizes-with or without Cabinet Top as Ak
At your deaWls or wi-ts our a m" -
PL Lamp|usa a -mme.
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Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida
A.leue sto*k of NdAeW WAM IkiMu C
.a Carrlages carrmiat aani.
amess, Sadles. LamIsi U. n, 1l. IN
carrie by a irgl-aMs h M.d- .f
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M1 North Magnolla Sftrt, TelephWe1 F W.
Best Medium Priced HMi n te (

Table is always supplied with the best the market a
Skilled cooking, careful attention to the wants of the I
Good rooms and comfortable bede.
Special Rates by eek W M aL.
MRS. ROBERT KAISER. PROPRIgf'rBS, 'OO


Some women retain their beauty to sa
age. But women, who regularly endure ps:a,
rapidly, for suffering leave its lasting apka
them.
Nearly all women suffer more or les wi h M
form of female trouble. It should mt be negh
Avoid the pain.treat yoelff at home by tak
Cardui, as thousands of other women ha e do
Begin at once and give Caldui a fair tiaL


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GeV"afy e to eeahrti overnisgh. a few d&y%'TouW so" .bemOn u a VW ,
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ae ea der e Cot outlook i quite mtWeteaoy.
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-mom BOL -Whalt a fl W. Cf feord lvlengA took a drive w dM W- *" dy T- too0,0P
2hem, seeg that beVM wSIn to a kiten over toeater bp 'ig la t a Snday SPOn*t that ^
'he~ ed -ony, ro hupyr and spent te ftay. They rep.. ed h t 3* he Mit I Ml.
o I t' it dow the b y tthat tabkidneg spent a exa a enjoyable day. joet Of Ub werA
sa- odp "and. lgot yW a plie a' Mr. A e. G.Payne a he family who to be"t ataa T ata i
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him to bed. Gitatg Brown a od ta workt tor the sw *than asyWa" vOe mare *qf t
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