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 30, 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: VID03155
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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Editorsa -d ?u~tN .,

C. L. Nmwom 1 ,'

The Ocala Based of ftc a hear
that the .Usfidb at On A I.6waq,-
Inaugurate a pB~ eyar he)01119 '
tween Ocala and JU SiYS -nrl-r
here In the mirabi ad rtma1i at
night, urged the A C. L I ato 1 4
extend the service to IAGN* T2
offctals say the poopow e nds I
the nature of an naMedmWt m af
the train will pay It wil b oma ,
but tie officials feel that seatlem
at the preset do not Jiutfy t p in
extending the rn ofW thes tn te
Leesburg, which of caue, they very
much regret.


. The people at Ocala want the A. C.
UL Ry. to again operate a painir
coach on the morning frflaMt ro
East Lake. for the aeo atin ae
the people stopping along the oreea
Lake Wetr.

Catching "blin4 t1genri' eeem- to be
a favorite pastime with the lUm ef-
SIcala of the several dry eountlesaf the
state just now.-Palatka Thlnes-Her-
And this I printed In Bro. McKer
ate'* paper, polished In a dry "com-
ty-Tallahaue Mornig New&.
Why, Tom Appleyard. bow Moul"pei
be so cruelly thougltitem. Wbht m
effciis for If not to enforce the aw,
and are not dry counties the ftorlte
haunts of the "ter, bUnd," and
whose agent Is he. Notlng supris-
Ing to find 'jch violations In Vy
counties when Ocala with sevn a-
loons keeps Its officials busy runng
down the same class of violated. A
hearing In question Is on today of a
colored man. who was found pedd1ng
liquor without a permit. Where the
carrion is there is the crow ah and
Tom Appleyard'can -d laty o
them In T-llshese-, If Its letdaoiS
are above suspiclon, as Col. Tom y
edttorially In IN Mornig News.
Mr. Chas. B. Hulett, repreenMtl
the Produce Newp of New Yorttk, Chi-
cago and CIun4tl. with headquamr-
ters In Jacksonville Is in the city. ad
will spend a week with our fme
and truck growers to note the acreage,
etops and outlook. vThe PreJAW
News Is one of the best eexpoaeate E
trucking. news and truekhn priee af
any paper in the land. No man who
cals himself a farmer or tru-r Saa
well do without Ita weekly Visits. It
contains a boo k of information In v-
ery Issue.

S. C. Boylston, Jr, the popular as-
Blstant passenger agent of the &. A. L&
railway, was In town yesterday co-
Sferring with Ocala's accptae local
agent for the road. Mr. Henry Rayor,
on matters pertalinIng to the comfort
of Its patrons.

B. A. InglI, of Birmngham. Ala.
and of the Copeland-Ingle s VtriUd
Brick Co.. and who attended the good
roads convention In Palatka, was I
Ocala yesterday with his brother, AleA
tnglis, of Rockwell, coming up In the
latter's Stanley steamer.
Ben Condon Is the latest milloaIre
who has Joined the Ocala Auto Clu.
The Star can't just understand bow a
bicycle man can turn down bba Ow0
propelling power for a competItor. We
may be enlightened later.
Grant McCall. the rnulture salbbes
man for a New York House, but who
home Is in Washington, D. C., wa
among the trade yesterday. Qrat ts
an old-time Ocata furniture man, In
fact a pioneer- dealer In the city 2
years ago.
We are glad to hear that Mr. B. r-
Potter. the cement sidewalk ma who
has been quite sick, IS convalaseli
ft-Gov. JeanfniNw' $2.. state ph
tree shake was a pronounced ue
fqr Jennings and now a score of eQuaM
ly astute lawyers In the state a"
kicking themselves to think they dId
not get a shake at the plum tre.
Mrs. Clifford Herrick and two OW-
dren, Mrs. William B. Raider and Mr.
Herman Miller, of Crystal BRive.r
guests "- the Oa -ow*a yeaetefy
and today.
Mr. 0eorg W. Hy, of th0 9 ena
Pencil Company of Crystal RIver, wa
in town yesterday and today. Mr.
Hyde was Setting some InftSMSi
from the Ocala Gun Club about the
trap, etc., as the gentlemena o cryt
S""" River have organized a dub ad m
-:* e antalling a trap.

_-" Capt. Buckshot Williami, after
.. enforced lay-off of fliftea mays,
again on dck with the po"eakh twa
and OcaLa. He 1Wy M -
*:*"* hot berrle are craWltg' 1100 th*4afsta


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d tooI dme 'wMI
< .-w ge, ii*^ leads

toaca lae~ *5- pofa qUS 'katts
~a am& lims. iwift AND
fi ofimp# 616- dotbe qas-
&uwmg is g iso eeag- OW
weam aw smf sed sIa. 4w i ft

was a. 65m" bfm.- Same wthat
the ftot was gett" sa topo ite. Tha
as It may Xbo$msm w haye* &el-
ways tahsa at the d blt
ton "WON~amte Not. hr psod
-chlbi s. a ther uwed tkew atm& we
lavr the beat farn lhafti n the atate
--that I* hrgeo r al Of aI
The wulter would B1 to know it
ONeOh ism. habe cONfmes
Mails Co"Oty I is. pit us AwYears
'-mli et in Wi1IU W* a year to
the county he to sl. f we locate tea
new amles a year. It meama jut
4M mome to the county. In' i
yeas tho. would m ean P6 added
to tha eaMty vanta. Tmei i so
dot that tam- e # w atoabaoa l is
increased this aewat aAd even more
in toa years, but It It based oa naew
-m o~to not fae oam vamsqiaa
pu On au who are alorean here? ToIb
moways seeapsm lke thunde, mt
thb writers Inteafts Is toh aow the

It ks the Mifw atof the board of
county inqadados- and the bould
at trade O OeaIa.Wst up som de-
mslpUge aderis*ngm atterandak
as ~ ~ ~ ~~i =00tis ob .cm
anlseqtfe Is owr Idit, and no wo6"t
their I-teOt- an good and the ad-
vertgf will n. uM O -op here,
bet wMil t bb a s peool to off-
-got the agte ? -
Kicllee. a *ts towN about the
minatoko WaS61@06i In SUNM MWa
"w tradvetisdng. T is being
don by to board e*a t1f aad other
bodiem. basmd INspowani -i a
year; w; L -teteMnBg I-B o s a
year; Weld I 00064"
1 "^ T* / -. \
Nome of ,the Q t-a0 en tia a s aa
-WO a 06aa: am -lt -have
made'iom Imor gragat ei Se lad u

reary a getting larsI Ntot their it

What aI t- Traiid I -thisr? WeO
know- we iaV( better boa-us OW
af the OB*ti mantiOPe. W- aB-L
know what we looqm do If we weod
,o why ot 401MIwo do Mow~
The bearSa .ff trae abodte tteaty
oominlesionin *15 Agn qbet
which I "ams ypm wim at Mg t& r
far towards I-h in -maew sijpr
-'wewremea Sopet isam$$ 2m
the Past four ASMeuIN
and has wMites- pecoW y OW 1
letters, but swat x ow that f&M
all ths he 'oty* been aaeato-
rate dx n ew famim sIn Our r a=".
county. BewoE be bW a sintla
to offer, wMOB to as ohbw.
Have a amaM Gmaw Get in 00
people So o Ra and tat t ahe uteN
over. This is.UMs SW tloa. W ub-
scribe aboutU S1". Get up arns good
dabo tftag all about. our i-
Omu-es..Aft*, that aNKa ma wMo
Man talk ad who kamw what he it
t-aang about; amd lNhi out wa, llave
hi to 1aBt ae to m ait 4ilot Pafte
of the co0atry, W.if a areeptlco
macbns shewing *ft ufOfws Ooft
ka itth. s sevram duwnBt sagea.
This wa gtve ama the p-pb an Or-
Oestualtyi t he ow wwe t'ahotw
beflt my afte-nt*&dc-maca
-cfe and Qtfa -(OBw RaW p01oa
taR weaWe, a Lft ib 01 4 a111.
with oaa oa t- fal

and t wrilstr eow eftw do, It,
I: b*In kmoo- piopl to. Moaiea
Cmew 18 n eaf d'"', ha"sen
not" .mm at es ipeast i News.

Viste tem xooes pB9S--:creotseiia,

absabe. e ^^ a uW^y ..\''
qebilin twoSM $boa a

ueo 46 to W and ft to s
wimm a a -go arttsl I atNo
with ,a* J m eW
Ismtet isam"* 41t OWIama"nd

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P"a veals. the aafewwas WSW-
'aMd4 the w miaaON" beh. agto ve
at eopleI a'CotraK poitw Oere Dole@
M hbe mfd, mey borawedM ind
delfa r for.far I-I or for .Mn.-

Or I* aloh fa to ator Tt-
.- -e m

t- baak la trte tha our o
.h borne ay bank cm. tu e-
blefto In .Kwham present

It at I AD~r _.w d e aMe cr knd~oIn
o -pwartibat aste onosthda
-thI w-i ne the -ee twe o@f.
Mu soyy saalso.d uiue but the

tapt boae 0 nIopeng da
Mfor'aiibli INKnot

A* put. m ro elnh

dtbMaalso 6101tob ther beow thearThus
the bank stronger than t a"anoe oa

pptana Whv an all of thea to-
Myouank tabeeft toway t ho H e o-
alty. It fe.Toa soon buei g ifv
NWe a e. sd11a byp to ee their ac-

I -am repd tatmake and oh ofa-

pitnc o matte ow lax or how
moi othe iow ine t mr woft dmore
HeausIs tnobea411018
tay b I %a material advantage to

de pvwl- to chain and do nt
Is particular. We seek the opportun-

Wrtt a earI. care Camp Phosphate
v pfsd-wnterate the benefit of our

offic. aL 1T. nnyaw,. Oeala Fla tf
an toa la u a a ordie


Shosme held furniture. If bot ght
In a lump. A good chance for someone
Ito start bomrmembeeping Answer today;
this ad will be changed tomorrow.

etAt.K. Gro

S e against It ad carluses heart-
alpotaedto. Whm yowuheart rou-

Mas you In that way ta oeeb Pablefor
fpa fow dMa. o will n be all fl.t
SMc a bottle.- Bold by the Anti-Mono.

I asm red ttq take anet b of
painting ,somatter mow largeorhow
smvAl or bow fine the wor desired
map be. I have the material, brushes
moi 10"heeag ato painted do It
Af~t Souses intad hate a"d out
Gmrallah ~m 911111416,ard ol aniShIng.1M
varnihing *a& kdet eigand.sign
vaurhaiha 2w"inand skMll uarateed.
redt: aa ca4dca Cra ampPhosphate
r Oinpy, leave Tdw at the Mt"A
SOW.A 3. V. anyaswOcaa. Ml& tIA. tf

so ot tao -aassesat

-r okomictA zhsiatsm. wither Of
Wh"iskf lquii. any Internal treatment.
All that Is needed to- afford relie Is
11,6 &"e Ilate ot hmell'
SLiiment eLMA magingt the affected
Oearts at eahoa* atilm. mThere Is
k Isgrambl or unplasinut about th"
linient.Ther~ tfrmPaIn whic
ft afords to woein. Worthmany us"
ans cost'Priesis casatelarge 21111soM
Couts. 4

We have av 5.111corlodad ofcafta-
-Jospe baskets Is our warokuse A"d
jn ju=maet"e vey'dosest .-possible,
Iprifeon them. Mefer & ,McAyw.

New Irish potatoes, eic
rish potatoes, e a. "eo
sepO Cak rtys ---

a peck: old
O. K. Gro-

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rh. piu4t El beneumy '~'4*
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La~shewe is a 3ams~
Uues~ --

Talisham, April M-.a b-
Ye s:erried doaleta
-the- JPii
by hmlag thm f-m -
tm her yet amb bdm

Ge ,. the --p.

meek. -onit..
that Prov #at ftr he L

gard-inr aBl Me eatwral reasuroaa at-
Othe Istat- astdAu, m st to
and sm that the mee at of the wai l M

pay both anliny and ex-saesa of thba
o*aie. The bit. mi.4ubmd by Mr. Do-
Pont. of St. Jehi-, ar ft of A
than average Wmoea iwas lafde-

Aimnotr Imatte Oa 9 i,
the state, todebtety ok ab
and for the am- rveama, was S
of Mr. C at of Marion. *rodw- that
the fare be paid far lterso attd.-
Ing the iminoir trm eh boolm.

Most of the ladmI.s o,.t th d .
seen the brary s ips I the dtWowmI
grocery products during the lat few
month. These aHg rwanrm rt a cask
value. I-f you ave enoug ofe themi
and am they coast you nothing yoa will
have In the courwe .of a year eou
of them tv pay for every agtaine
and newspaper your want in the hbome
without a cent of coat. Ak for em
and see that they are tin lif rodales
you buy. In a few day every aI
of the Evening Star and Wekly Star
wll contain one of the alpa. Save
'them when they begin to appe m ot
they are worth money.

Lee Star state Has Put a Crik" 3i
at Ai of t e OtIpme-
lit Is probable that-a solemn rite peo-
formed the other day at Austln, Tax,
escaped the eyes of sieot Anmaleanas.
There mare some ceeoaa whIch aln
ebould msee .or note and h4b was me
of he. .f'
An aut.o-oWle cOtafafag uvrwal~
armed men and a bolapin esae amck
drew up l&ront of tGeo.ofe of the
stotreaurr. The be wa earre-
lte the building Aa opened. I11 me-
tents ore counted,& a AcetO, was
written and "Ae rwed aad oer. e .m-
tries were "ude upe pon t". a~*a-K
book. The Ane O5f # U M roenfly
hnlcted aupos the Wat Ot
Company by h stats e -
ly Bustafed by the aupr- ourte(
the tkrnaet Wtm court hbad ,"es pi..
-~New toe^Worid.&.

I a~opened a r hetwe6., th
laundry ad m Wark5tw'am wih
and sen anB indsa flfta*k -ek as
old metal, boaeM hides, bag. la-W
low. ba"Wls rb r. Of t, IwIm
also bay a&au sell aea-,ha--d _fo-
niture and repair furnltme, stens
et&. A" expqrlmed v wita wI
1o00e and f ctIe'. ftr ftkaqi ir
work will bei. in chare of te rpar
deparieft. ad "Mafateim t omar.
anteed. Dea me If you UB MEytW-ng,
toeforpr. OR *.k.

.l-It PhasL-e M .

Wen t, ho .D wthd

S hasVe j at revved anewa W.
,o ueleeinc filxure. Among 1them ar a~
-ome bandsome bOracaft m0sm asi
Tungstmn xtum, eou Atuned
down. fa-^''^ flW.-tAlirf
that out-door .eiss Is sdsd by
,the American people. That's at 'very
well. but, howr can people with rhpa-
matlem felow that advile? TI. -i

Stnow Liniment and the rh-ma atl
will go; busIng you aa spry aa a 0.1.
Olvos quick and pumament ~ratta
from r'w"'*-W. neuriltai. IBme
back and all pains. Sold by te Anti.
Monopoly Drug Stars.

lIs Star earn noigip Ipts -w and
the general public with live, original
and up-is-date advorttlulg eto aad
liluatratlene. We have the^ Mais and
canL mnajB thea aleetrOIdrpas our sUteHr-
otyping department en vary a-st a-*
tine of almost any kind cC an lha-
tratlom you *ay desire to Ulledrabe
your adv~rttseMants or hand bifB,

statloasry a. CaM l at 114 oIM and
aee ofnrtma-o i o tlao outs. Now usesNo
received twloa yolk.
Mr. P. 0. rtttg, of Oneomi. X. Y..
write: "OMy Utle grm was am*
benefited by taking Poley O(lo
Lasxttte and I think ft Is Owbeat
ready for ossatlgatoA madi = Iftr
trouble." Po ys Orwn lazutve ts
best for wovan and children, as IfIt
mild, pleasant aad o eftoet, aad st a
splendid spring meadlminia as it
cleasea thsay atem and clears the
complexao. Sold by an arouguta

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The fouowb&(l oegates f1m Gem"&
wm MA~VISow Pams~Amaistmerbow to
attend the Twemty-el*a6th a01 e8 -
stoe otbe Dstrict Grand ot G U."
0. of -Odd Fowm of ..lea .ahi
which wtt be ha n seenl anl next week
at Penmed: Frank (adme., 1J.3 I& -
SB H. a IR m JI.-N obeB, D.
Stowas a a4 Dmn Coward PAm Duef
mellow ankd 2W. &IL & 3ins At
Behlev'ew. 'There wil geval ba-
dred 6odes la In attindamne Anm6all
over the ste. It R WS ug the mtI

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'nowb Maonso meet Thwday night.
SMf e M smeet Thursday evening.

ii Ste l REXALL
The Oscai House had 31 armval
*1 yrstmiy.
6 or 4 domes % will cure any case
UBY of Cli *nd Fever. Price 2c.
Drugit J. 0. Fleece, of Wildwood,
-U-CaM, FIL i a guest of the Ocala House.
Spfi~ns BaseWa Guide for 191)
mm i .--ow _Jst In at t Ocala Nem Co.
Mt. Z. J. L'UfAgle, of Jacksonville, is
at the Ocala House.

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-maurice La".
tertuade.-Love Me and tbe WOW. ft
Mine-Ekneet IL BalL
Overture. -Poet and peasanr-t'- vo

Mr. |rR*.niimin 'ondon was the de-
lightful h,,t,.os of the Ocala Contert
4irt hvstra at1 it. weekly meeting Wed-
n,-f.lay -v nhiK. fI't-*Wl the mem-
be rx of t3,"- or,.,stra. ill of whom
lre, prettnt -xcept two. Mrs. CondofW'
hadl '.vfiral nighbhors and friends to
drpl, In and enjoy the musical pro-
gram. whieh was skillfully rendered
by the- tal-inted players. Refreshing
ie coll 1 ,monade was served Vm ar-
rivng anI lat,-r the hostess assisted
b her s.ster. Miss Mary Conner and
.liter.-in-l:tw. Mrs. Perry. served de-
lli I',i .strawberrpios with whipped
Sra mainda sf-veral kinds of cake.
Th<, two-tabll bridge club which
hIl I,, *i. i ,rKganized line early winter.
hald it. r*.gl;ir meeting Thursday alt-
tl.ii,,,n \with Mrs. Louis Chazal. Misfse
Eti3'l I ti,,inson, louise Gamsby and
Mir M. 4*. Looney were the only ones
lilaylirgiK h.iqlds th tiight members, twq
oof v hmn wr'- (' nt 'rf the city.
Mis lh4tolin,'n tiu is th fortunate
winner ,,f a I r.tty deck of playing
vards At ih,. conclusion if the game
Mis. E'h;*:il ..-erved dain:y reftresh-
Mr l.'-n'n T".1l. who has been very
ill linc. MmNliav with high fever, was
sfimii lttl.r this morning, his temper-
sitiure lrippiina to a hundred and two.
The many friends of this promiling
.oung n iiin him a speedy recov-
*r .
Mrs. Stovvns and two little daugh-
ter.. Dorothy and Margaret Stevens,
l.-ft Thur.,lday for North Carolina, after
a1 d.-lightful visit to Mrs. Stevens'
hroithr. .Mr. II L. Anderson. .
Mr Rolhrt McCann. of Jacksonville.
was a visiltr to our city Thursday and
Mr. and Mrs. (Clarence Camp are eZ-
pted lihonime Sunday afternoon from
New York City.
Misk liholt I.Lddon closed her school
at Martin Weldno-sday and Is home for
the silinmT'r.
Mis- Kmily Stotesbury went to EaUt-
lik- Thurnsday afternoon and will be
th,, guest for several days of Mr. and
Mrs. T. T. Munroe.
Mrs William Hocker and daughters,
little. Mises Elizabeth and Margaret.
returned Thursday from their visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Trusten P. Drake at
Mrs. D1). W. Davis Is ;n Jacksonville
for two more weeks. Mr. Davis ac-
('omp:inled his wife and will remain in
that city for a short time.
Mrs. Edward Holder has left French-
lick. Ind. and is now in Cincinnati.
Mrs. Frank Wetherbee Is entertain-
ing her friend. Miss Mary MHael, at






a ort order.meals promptly served WEATHER FORECAST March. "Just Take ne DOM to WON.,
Sat the k e. derland"-T. 8. A-lien .
Partly cloudy in central and south; Overture W OW B A
3. .P.}.- Bralew left today for showerss north portion tonight or Sat- La .
f at tJamesburg, N..urday; cooler Saturday In northwest S"rtaC ot lf Portion. M-tbew)- U. L. "Banhose
Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to Overture. "Mornings NOB and rh
cu re chilD and fever, 25 c-nts. "Caught at High Tide" Is a fire In Vienna"--F vm V n f rppi s.t
e Ha o wn t sketch which will bre shown at the Air A. Geri MDetor. E
Attorney M. Haipton went to Dome tonight, and "The Squaw Man'. F
Stark today on professional business. rlughtee" is a regular Wild West per- 1. 0. 0. F. ANMIVSUAfy $ MOO*
ftormance. "Willie's Magic Wand" and ----
... Phone or $end your to "Too Much Champagne- are fun mak- ev. W. L. Cotemaa f te Ch&sima
MRS VADOOOA HOOT Or the Court Pharmacy. era. Come out to hear the bnd py church will preach special s m to'
M" l M eAm~i -0je T Mr. Edward HQlder is home from his and go to.the Air Dome. althe Odd-laylOWs and Ab ao of
Mrs. Mary Ddge Madden w he vlt to Prenchlek Springs, d. Bob Conner, to have a day off, went there will be futll ba .s
lovely bestess at the Toung People's ,,-A lg f n k. down the river this morning In a skiff
lovl e ees large folding ore key. fishing, and will float until he meets NEW MAC4 NERY ARRIVES
Pian cbui^'cf't -- Capt. Howard's boat, and then return --
on Fort King avenue. rv r J R. Moorhead went down to the Spring'. The Star's new power apr SStL er
"Nt*UeYOmt 11 Wi f t hl iT to look at went down and goose ,af puoaching mbuoSA-
^ ^ts, Invernss'^ ^ to^ look_ at stakes. W
enJoye4 by the mony PIPING" 514 the Harry Clarkson. the manager of the aarred and' are In place WMthl .l.
evening was5 uou5 a in'5S 1 bIe5 6 5or 4 doses 0 wm cur. any case Marion Hardware Company, who has ividuai electric amotora C
onade and cakes We passed at the a Chils and Fever. Pri ce 25C. been spending the week with Capt. Jno. "am e.
conclusion of the 5axlast ,it` inglis on his yacht Una on the Gult metal department and aldti;iug e4- ."
Blest cent dinner In the city at returned home this afternoon. pSrtments have been mov to th J
A aPUASAAM OUM- IVAT_ t___he __ third floor of the bulltmg. The tar
A PLEAANT DIMNER PARTY the Ca-. '- is now in position tqo print and iK
Thursday Mr. and Mrs Geoqw Fet- Planks' Chi Tonic, guaranteed to DOM E w e d r g *f sf eany, ded.xan
ham gtve an elegant sdt &e6dnner smre0 c11 and fever. 26 cents. THE AIR Q3lU C ul sTC as.
at their homeon ot lf,,,, THE AI D M GLOBE BUYS STOCK "t
Covers were laid tfor Mrenand the REXAP.L
table centered with a cluster oft flow- ---- Mr. B. Goldman of the Gobe hI
era was very attracted with er I Lorg who has bee visit .
atctSn M$orwht dLorg asco en, M i sit M pibought a large sok goods
and cu as soIr e Inlali s father at Macon Miss. ham re'- M OVin iCtures aievinesvlle and Mr. Richard Hendricks
ive couset"s wiSte 5l. tturned to Ocal a. of the store went over today to close
Mr. A" Mr. = Music**In
Mr. a X2. Fs" I ahd M U ~i~C out what he can t the good a the
eluded Mra. and Mra. D. Melve, Mr. New4rUsh potatoes, $5c a peck; old a remainder wll be shipped toVcala.
and Mrs. m eorge MacKaY, e.l and Irish potatoes, Sc a peck. 0. K. Gro- -
Mrs. A P. Re ts, m rA Albert i3f0y, ery, clark Brothen. The Beft of LESS PER GAlLONS
at Mrs. I. S. Hail. Mr. Bal *as In-BR
vled but lb iss called him out of W. Doughtry, of Oklawalia. who ed by jome Peoile COS S MORE PER J
tow. made a visit to Atlanta. returned home JEW PiCrultE] 3V KY DAY You may buy pilts that ost y
Lo yesterday. l s s1 J nper gallon tthan
IM ad a few ad Miss. The Fenole Disinfectant at the 0. K. r at 7. p. 1.. D avi p "
where Mr. Lohfr. Is h i saw- Grocery Is death on Insects. including Prog : for this Brasg Pura Pahot
Ing hard lumber. iay friends the dirty fly. *
of Mrs. LhCi.- arevtiCNs faksnie, to CATUGHT AT HIGH TIDE. but you cannot AVl In tAhe t
have her go. C Davs & Co., of Jacksonville. States a pai that win est you lees
St. handle .al typewriter ribbons, 7c. WILUE'S MAGIC WAND. per Job.
Mrs. William 'l lema t this each; t.6 per doemn. THIS IS TRUE 0XCONOMr.
morning for Port It to vi st Mrs. TOO MUCH CHAMPAGNE Davis 100 per cent Pure Ialnt will
Alfred. Mr. John Bele and MUton Hall, of tand e tet of temost rd P
Center Hill, are guests of the Ocala THE SQUAW MAN' DAUGHTER Pai t et For sale by e ,'
*Howard Clark and wife ae arrang- Hoe THE POACHER'S TRICK Hardware Co., Ocala, .
,.t to take their leave ao Ocal- aisi --- OUSES FORl wr"
will reside, take thein Mr le Teae .-a r. cd New Irish potatoes, a peck: old Music by the Orohestra Between Acta HOUE FOR R
ld borne. Irish potatoes. Se a peck. 9. K. Gro- -odr-
MbMe.y. Clark Brothe. Modern cottages. all conveieces.
M ..i lery. Clark Brothers fAdmisalon 10 ad Ce s welljocated and new. Apply to Joe-
Era. 8. P left ye M.terdftayT fr ell
t.Miss lly Haiford. 6f Electra, was eph Bll, at court o .o ;
at thuat n Ito iM Ind to*& today. She ts ono of Marion's i, W. TUCKER ?ff3Im p;i, Proof Hesler f ,
ai n muw -. ? ^ cdtator P46cture Proof Hsdsery fa le ue wa
- - -. ---- womenmn and Mldr -,th On t e pMo--
Mrs. IL 3. LCo le di d taCh M'r. Je. J Sim the Esmeralda cattle / anted for forew nd"f' w isr r W
blism Viss Ca F tinkle and tf. a man, was in town today. He hald the -anteed foe es, at the Glmbo. U
N. Dsh !k"* doaw 10t O t" pta ,d been fine for bovines. "ri ad N
ax INDe/- o Sm*ia w A bl t e Autolst Jeffcoat'and bis frteid P1-
jafm. bieqe4-ahr a- t*
e Capt J. B. Martin. of Oklawaha, the lot went out to Silver Spring adb
naval stores operator of that place, I.s oyond the other night to UjOY th -0 -
Miss L4 iNizom. who JcpO t ov- in the city. lielous moonlight air. Suddenly :the
orat days h MEra. Waiamp tMs ,Mt- auto balked and' no amount of m"tal,
toosh, returned home today. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lewis, of Moss -.s, and physical strength would budge M.
Bl were guests of the Ocala Houg. ., The boys had a good sppl e4tsgy
Win Dale, vs president of the Dot- yesterday. / on deck and walked back t Oa6
ton Posate Cnp Gainevll. e EYE getting home when the roetM '-we
come dwAn t Wo0o. New Irish potatoes, 36c a peck; old TROUBLES crowing lustily. ,
"... lah potatoes, Stc a peck. 0. K. Gro- ARE Puncture Prf Hl
R XA.^esr:. Clark Brotherm RE _Pntr ro elr fow an%>
SHEREDITARY women and ehildref, three V asr-
Flo MU6 4 ft1 M b tock SA PFotw P F- Hosiery fe' "wt They are handed down p aren't eed for foer moer s wer wfr
ane s "-IN V11 a"bel. e-- mi > and ohid.r. three pair gear- to child, and if there is,*I a nta, at the Glebe.
pounds, t BaU a oWSan W I nteed N Wfeirr fe nmoths' weor for 50 parent's eyes it is more than Ulikely to
sta-L esar, at the aos. be found in the eyes of the child also. Mr. Buthrey, the Stanton section
Red lids. styes, or Itching, burning man, was In town today. a said the
B C. WCt--A o V 1 Punstur. Proof Hosiery for men, pains are / section of the county wa. deeply in-
will oll. aW im w mo sie hA women oand ehildu m, three pair gwar- INDICATIONS OF terested in the ebtnsion of the rdl-
typewrte - asy tsrmB It ed anted f bes mfmths, wear for 50 muscular troubles that can be over- road either from Candler or LabS Notr,
OSs V.a* o eth Gloe. come by using proper glasses. from the point it wold reach rt from
.1t1 ow 8tW4|- DR. D. M. BONKY, Belevlew.
offer yoI both iz ,111 ,i and e1 o- T.--of the graduating class will Eyesight Specilist,
cy*., ft 'Cp9 .w.-- ,,.. ,W.t<.Alwd of their class pcnic at We oen wonder bow any person
Sliver Springs tomorrw. Robert An- Office Hours: 9 to 11 . A edcan be pervaded ito w a",ng a
FOR RUNT-4e-rAOm WMtta- t derm sand Phil Robinson' will chap- 1:30 to 4:30 p. a. Op* 0w thing but rloey's anoey sad Tjar 1r
No. 11 North 8 1 e 3oi a :!a-0 e0 tin crowd, *"and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 4Oa _o6gh, colds A d .lung twube. Do ,
tent location. A-*y ] P. uslDeos. St block. -not be fooled into accepting "ow.
*; -. We bsvT in a most exquisite line of ,_ ._ make"' of other sabstitute. Tb. ge-
...... fancy Imporlte hia In many dilf WAGOMS FOR SALE CHEAP nine contains no harmful drugs and
... ..I n rest pse- The t--Moopetr --- te m a yellow plckade. 8oil lr .
-' foet plss Th Ani Monopoly Fou second-band, four-born tur- druggst.s. I
Di-t, i ts pentine wagons for -Ie very cheep for <
o' h Joha Holder came up from Inver- cash. Apply to L. Home k. York. REXALL k
III. I U today and will assume his old Job Fla. j.2 ,
at Tireaer's. He relieves young Hin- New Irish potatoes Sie a peek; old C
tr a m, who goes to the grocery depart- HOME FOR RENT frinh potatoes, Sc a peck. 0. K. Gro- ;
mast at Masters. Home on Oklawaha avenue known eery, lark Bothers.
-'^"* 1' as the Spellman House, for rent. Ap- .
*a LA ft^ Pmeuif, Pseef Hosiery for man,~ PIy to A. 0. Gatea. 4 144f Mr. C.EV MttoS, of Micanopy. came
... LAHQ& we* Micnelde,, tUsem pair gear. down today is lflg1 ,,
.f-e. d Is. for f rnJ' we. for S PIANO TUNING Melton says the saw mm and ttrpln- '
& gfliBJ|.M ":bR.' "o :k"jt aM" aat the sls.o Ten years sxpeclenee. References, tine men are not doing so mue, hut
Him n .f iB A any u-lc teacher in Orala, any crops are certainly -, and be -n
S party of ladles from the Metro- music house In Jacksonville. 'Phoue brag on his melose.
pol e were eajeyig the game of Five 321. A. M. Lansford. c4ty. 1-$-t__
Sg" '* Ftos last night at the new alley op- of Mr. Helvenaton and Mr. Ketch-a,
; ,' ; the Variety Store. This is a K. of P. meet Monday evening. JacksonvIlle, represeuntig thu
167. vey tenresttg game for the ladies, as York Life Ino rance Cdrtami -- 1t
-'*- iF- Volas the gentlemen. the city looking after busimes tor W J

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a Wtt'el~ti ~ut ~ ~company.
Bl^"*^^^ ~DOwlt LttleTAG marty Riocrj the .-M IL
best ksaOWa and the besths The free ice cm served this -
Smade, aM esW to take and act genty ermoon by Miss t a DeLett, wo
Sand ar ota Sold and recom- ts Wesos C Olg
G .... ;by aR d mktwas very .M a a"d fmtbr dam--
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It i wonderfully
convent to do'
Kitchen work on a
Stove tet's ready
at the instant wnte=
and out of the way dt
moment you're -n.
Such a stove is the New
Perfection Wick lBbe
Flame Oil Cook-Stove.
By using it you avoid te
-continuous o,,poen #
heat of a coal fire and cook
with comfort, even in dog-.
days The

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It differs fromall other oitove iwm flii
with shelf for iii||iliaNp Jei iiap g ib5Il
J| hot, and drop'" lgi" t I -&g- -
Sutensil. Hascly mn, m ko .--
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H. ROBDSON, Prelbet
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Are the merchants, the professional and sucesftul men ad
the city, the farmers of the surrounding territory.
We accommodate all classes. Our -uxtom- r-e-premat th-
women who have built and are st building ue-eeeul :_-erNI
We solicit a share of your business.
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4 Caria es arrel at d ltes.
Eamessw Saoep, NbAM, WMp, .4
carrica ky a flrstul "m d db b sq i
Mes krm & labderles, d dws bi tOWA d
lowest prices.
We eat save wve lo Jeff- -W-_
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m thiat me expenitures m were greauy
L_^In Iy ePxca vof what, on the ace of the
reports, eems to have been necessary.
M* i ii -1i would have been a cripple for e
fri a trribte cut OB my knee ca,"
writes rank Dlisberry, Kelliher,
mon "without Bucklea's Arncs'
*t which mom caed me. In fllM-
WK ble for wont eosut and bruises. It
N K #l soon Curo burn% scalds, old sore,
boils, skin eruptions. 1% rid's best
for piles. 2e at all druggists.
SThe twenty-lrst annual convention
Sof the state union was held In Tampa
S April 20-22, and was a splendid one in
very many respects.
I e- o A larger number of delegates were
In attendance than for several years,
a t although the number was over
he hundred, reduced railway rates
1L,. could not be obtained so many having
come by boat or trolley tr.. '
It being a mwd-week convention
S .. several ministers were present, enter-
ig hem iy into the service.
G l)duabe speakers new to Florida
Sr ldeavor conventions were: Rev. W.
,V. Ba ,c-- P. a I D. D, esldent of Rel-
y lins Co"l Wle, Winter Park; Dr. A. H.
^ Jolly, head of the state Presbyterian
colefe at Bustli, and Bev. 8. V. Dil-
ley, pastor the Congregational church
at Avon Park. X eh of these learned
gentlemen delivered addresses Wed-
nesday afternoon.
Dr. Fancmlis I C&ark, of Boston,
president of the World's Union, was
i our most honored guest, bringing
C s- counsel and eaooura&&,ent for both
experienced ad new workers. Wed-
nesday evening his address, Cuhris-
.- -- i aEdeavor th World Over," was
S enjoyed by about three hundred peo-
^ pie. Later that night he spoke for te
Ali= C. I Leagers at their mass
S nmeetn In PtPaul _A. M. B. church.
S-With the flam i pastor. State Pres-
ident Wnnprd, at the helm, tbhe con-
--vtiUon church of Tag&pa lelghts
Stesbterian had worked and planned
low and carefully to do Its part in
Making the convention n such a success.
h i udeavrers of each society in the lo-
cal union aided n etertaining and
other OblOatona, of Tampa.
A new feature was the Junior
Workues' luncheon served Thursday
Soon in the church dining room to
about twenty Junior superintendents,
ham ad reided ever by Dr. Clark. Sup-
-p ar were ready In the dining room
S for delegates who arrived on evening
trains, The reception Wednesday
evenie was an elaborate and largely
tteaded aflar.
SThe ous new church made easy
il*I* the gettingf together between sessions
LES r for exchange of plane
for warkt.
SReditzifting the State Union, a
Span "glve by President Winnard.,
SbrougtMt h much cumment.L Decls-
twe results from such changes wil not
take place until next November in the
district conventions.
S The Junior had most of Thursday
after noon and a Bible drill was the
S main portion of the program for
T _a their rall Feour prizes were assign-
) ed to the boys ad girls flding Blble
pasages the most quickly and reading
them distinctly. The State Union of-
Sfared Junior Endeavor World as Its
Sprts. which ws won by Miss Mar-
uerite Taylor. Dr Clark thought
tr and9 Marguerite Taylor worthy
three Junior, Selbv Brengle. laberta
of C. F. pins. one of which he had
S. U t from Spain on a world-over
tripp' These bright Juniors are all
Smeirs of the Tampa Heights Pre-
b_ s society. Members from West
Tampa, the Christian church In the
city, and Magdalene all competed and
showed careful training by faithful
U- nllt/itedeintD,
e preatag of certificates to so-
c.ietes havi done, good endeavoring
alon e* Iteral nes of work was hI In-
tenilne portion of one session. Three
Junior societies. Magdalene, Tavares
TaUMpa hSeIghts, ekch received
iS,-stars, thetr societies fewer on
-ertf~cates Thirty-six Young
societies reeelved a total re-
. (wit nearly 1N stars.
*^ The Oampslgn banner was won by
northeastern district, which had gailn-
'., ed five societies during the past year,
|Ur enIs to be kept by Pomona active
Ki-F. The Meorial service conducted by
|H L w. PW. aia. of Tampa. was par-
"c-a-hety Impressive mand wi not son

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ft4 lawiru to eanstibae, a knnoittee
lwtus BMIAO the repr a mof thet
outets hie eppoinel aeong
bd ~ 00 M s onsitea" cmite
fmtd, to aseertak f there is any way
I& wbhih leal setibe may be taken
:I recover fro-tise beart and foram
Governor Jeonsm a part4 f the aos-
eor ea ed is- or attorwst ifee and
-eerwile tratAAntly fependedi
'- hfa resluti&A -tosin line with the
report made -byOft '.wiq Carter of
the house committee set week. who
severely mwralgued the board and the
attorney fi the board for the amount
s-pent as attorney's f ie, for steno-
graphic work and similar outlay dur-
Jng the Jennings and Broward admin-
The resolution was discussed at
worn length and then by agreement It
was made a special order far May 7.
Both houses have appointed com-
mittees already to investigate the re-
port and advise as to what Is best In
the premises. It is the general opin-

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have sone weigatbM UOsy amrl -
vm pe li tptfirm mei beam .
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t1.215, AolasLe, Ky.. aU eturn,
count Southern Baptt Couvea
tflon. Tickets on a eMay 2*, 1.
12 and 13. Final limit May 82,
$17.6, AsheTtle, W. C., and retuMn,
account Natiomal AueOdeatOl T.
P. A. of America.J TyIket at ,it
May 28, 29 and 30. Fal limit
30 days from but not inrut .
date of salae.
*WJ, Louisville, Ky., aMd retum.
account annual emoied Adcient
Arabic Order. Nbbles of the Mys-
tic Shrine. Tickets On sale June
6, 9. 7 and 8. Final ]mt Juo
17, 1909.
$17.45, Asheville, N. C.. ad return,
count OO ta-
Baraa nad Philatha. Ttket an
sale June 17 and I18. Final iamit
June 25, 1909.-
$14.5, Atlanta, Ga., and return, ae
count American Anodatloat of
Opticians. Tickets on ae Jft
19 and 20. FInal limit Jun 25,
$17., Asheville, N. C., and return.
account Dramatic Order Knights
of Khoanman, beflal meeting,
Tickets on sale Joly 9, 1., aad
11. FInal limit July 2. 199.
For full Informatlos aMd deeper
reservations call We ay aget aB
board or write to S. C. B"ye
Ant. Gen. Pass. As-t, A. -,oar_-
Pla.; or callnoa X Rayor,. C. T.
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