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: 05 3, 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: VID03157
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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Udtets a" Pubours.
C. L. mrTNGIR, adw
ft. R. CARROLL. Uuhmm Na

Mr. W. L. Goodwin of Richmona
Va., representing the Richmond PaP
Manufacturing Co.. was In towm lgr*
urday calling on the trade. Mr.
win says the Florida printers are.
doing well and buying lota of tnodl
and that the day when they do b tf
ness only In winter is past, and th04
sto now very little differtee hetweta
the summer and winter bunema ex-
cept Is one or two tourit towns.
E C. McLeod, of Kerrlcck, was la
town Saturday and whe adked about
affairs at Tallahassee and Kendrick
maid Light fell out on his ooo^atao
tax bill and that bhe. MLeLod. has giv-
en his truck competitor an opportun-
Ity to receive the postage stamp, whieh
he had captured last season In his
trucking contest.
Mr. C. Peyser is making a large
shipment of his flne cigars to northern
markets. HIS tame Is spreadiaff s--
he Is receiving Inquiries every day for
his make of superior smokers.

A. B. Crews came up from Dunnel-
Ion Saturday to fget a diploma from
Supt. J. H. BrInson for the only
graduate the DunneJlon Nah School
will have this year. The cu-M.0,4Ce
met exerclse will take place Mon-
day. May 10th.

Major E. F. Carpenter and wife, of
Worcester, Man. who spent the win-
ter on the delightful shore of Ealt-
lake, where they are creating a &ew
home, left today for home to spend
the summer. Mrs. Carpet,'er baa bMe
troubled with a part of a needle e that
traveled clean through her hand, hav-
ins entered It forty-six yea ago. Dr.
Henry of Lake Weir, removed It, to the
relief and pleasure of Mrm. Carpomter.

Mr. George RoM and son., John, who
reside In Dade county, .soth of Mi-
ami, are In the city and county *vt-
Ing friends. Mr. Rom was a former
resident of Marion out Martel way, but
several years ago went to Dade w*ere
he has made a success of orafte
growing and trucking. His old friends
are pleased to again meet Mr. ROMw sad
son, who are excellent citisems.
J. EL Waldron. one of the Industrus
farmers and truckers of the Oxford
section, was In town Saturday and
displayed and presented to the editor
of the Star a tomato branch contain-'
Ing ten tomatoes, almost every one of
them matured. It was the largest and
finest bunch of tomatoes we have ever
seen. The Oxford section is fameu0
for Its trucking ground and there Is
n more favored section anywhere In
the state for Imatoes. cantaloupe
and watermelons. The planters of
that section have planted the average-
acreage, while therospects for a big

k sad enjoyed the nin
eshnig ever experienced. Whea it
comes to fish, deer and birds Gulf
Hammock can't be beat.
Gene Parham, the blweat aad meet
uccesMful farmer and trucker around
Oxford. waa In town today, aocor.
panned by Henry Snowden, Cape'Sto*
and Ernest Smith. He said the wpoa-j
peets for a b yield were never better.

Frank Turner. the Bradley Pond
farmer ad stockman, was in town
Saturday and was dellhted to ea
that Representative Carm had intro-
duced a hog law and hopes It will
pass. as It will be a great benefit tb
the real hog raisers of Marion county.

The weather was peculiar unuday,
In that the heat of Friday snd Saturday
morning was changed to a tomperatme
that made a fire very acceptable S.D
day. the day endhng with a rain that
continued during the nmigt and most
of the morning. But while It wasa m
unusual atmospheric condition, uae not
experienced In 26 years, it wau the re-

flex of the storms and cyolmne thfitgb
Tennessee, ll nois a-d the aow
storms of Pennsylaia aNd New To*
where ten ichWes of snow last

The Inspectors under the stats J-
food law are causin or o ewalem i
trouble. For years they have tW
selling oats, mixed with tem pa. eNt
of barley, and found to be an adMira-
hble feed. This Is against the prvi-
ions of the law sad now the qestioa
Is what should the dealers do. as 0 et*
sto nothing wfmag in the teed. The
law Is drastle.
Robert Munroe. the turnmlte o,
erator of Pine, was la town FrTky
his only trouble about the Cmop waS
It took so much to aksM a wad tI
money, still be did not foret th Um
when he sold rosin at 4 oeantsa bar-
rel and now It ranges way up .2 841
but now everything pertaining to "N
making Is much 1hIe.
Fort Pierce has formed & striu
booster club. A. C. Dithamar a SonmR
popular citizen of Oxfotrd, Is tIa .
president. Mr. Dittmr efor mab yeaw.
has been one of the soosmmmo ft--
tens and merchants of Fert P1m,.
J. L. Hinton, ex-fertya at a>rpft
was In town Friday comtis.O Dr. r .
&. Chace, and Incldeatally told/ good
story on Lou Skeaworth. of rilba-
ville, who was one of Bob Pule" -
aing arty in Marshallrs ImsAe

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a^^s-sk s-b- -B

ammmmmb a

ft-atWi Jk, to t. it. thoe
Mra maa saner a fw arto
&'he pore-

lean- t l'ime0 eTae ~eeimmao
caus, be 1,, wht Ease .a be-
prig" ai cm s rwmar on
the tmPoIvemete of theof chrhb, he
delivered a AM sermmB to a lare
omeat M6f enodlmgas, we text the
Iosg a-s aa&At for.e thirt Sunday
after bier, Amb lI to veoe 8U. The
aporso bo W of csofrottao was ad-
tad o Mn. Ted Dbrake and
at the close of the

Oritount aW the very inclement
weihr aa4 Scetquenty a smma at-
teada, aad the nahloty of sme of
otw j*tfbwi to he present. the E-
nd service has been
oeip seat SuD& evening.
1.2L The committee In
a -h*SSemlaea the *te dance of
thee.-Vbe wone prinsot Iat night be-

camw44m msv mpmm,-at of rIa othe i
y service" The members amd friends
tof the leaue e roeoated to itve the
ervilepue pbIrity 2tg thoe pIeent
and wIll-be raed aW M" dy ev-
eIut without "..a An interesting
ser.mvieIsIp do eI

0r L lagne ow maemer of uhe Clt-
P" a Clbty smk aI s e with wao-
Usg eiii as A h ha 1am0mPesidgace he
b havtg reed ems Main street, and
l t "oo n | see as completed.
It toe a dse property and
mateialty enhance the value of other
re*d""-* -pinWty In thaqt prtof
towm lveress i faI t fortain to the
troaioad -mw eA themy who reeoc-
nie the att that Mglt herem Ios the
beet place iFlorida to oU a home.-
Inwrnes Chrocle.
-% asbtOm ib a first no d of
M. te e:Hayepft of ths city and
e her mais ce was Mow Olue
aif tand lived at umowahip with
her a"at a"d mkmf the atn. Mr. aad
Mrs. James MeDaPL
C. uQrit4l 6 Dadf Cth v aithe
epo a the -'A. C. L, WIase I Mown
Friwd. Mr. erma to a brother of
owr R. A Grt A, of AntbeW. and like
himt, -nts hi ace remarSih aft 5!7;
not the ama o gray hair. Mr. G.
was) '9orstf~ iherit a of^h sonaty
and i h brother a -,r, who
was-.. ou .-ty treas-. .,

wdo w fpom &0 0edahills-of-
Uo dth n t to=mft will b Benao
V O. cam.

with the m*, who pr0an Oeo. Moo-
gam*a o mPa oweet xtir. Cit is
siAmly &. mito of-oiw ^r-the-
lemaOteo M- I9&tmAe dsee ned usenroa
up .a C to *WSaft-w *is' -1r.. Nor

Ldvie4 aHMiN per t PareN H Pa~int Uill
Pala LAW. or 1-byth Maio
-rae Vi" *

the two um *sWbie b*riin ou
mt, h- -s bb stelbyo
theLie BTelbut Tlaytse Be
Davto P aer edaldPthem Paintowe
-aad the e tee move rigids-r

coady. had a fessned the loary l.
th -ifotl-atT~hse m

it A*skftVOW" Iby WeiMatlam
theuu~eae( heaao. I rps
4". eaipto aw ddek, het
se w a* &makd seeda
1A b de qwwbyd*OL Cdamwer
bin' d 1dtetI .at whe-
m&Ume e l teim UNW41treat-
Umet. When k- -theo I* f~t "ead no
-o U ~kqd- l* bnoalo

IKIft OWR ?KE ffi

GOks.-abo at ,Thsnqpkgrand
U~m~"ad A. & tArrelL d ~cwOf
the. ~ um ~mn eesof the Gand"
mised wt.*mtown saotudy a&d
withF I= Gaow ndJamea I&-
moew V*mt out -to he-at 4the *'aev
tmas INAand e*the *ifeawlk bord
mea noaorthoftows.. whisk thewgraii
ww-beyfoan m ~Fedbm
= lese wiM tbo eherdefegtes
*-4oalans e anon heaftooorn train
1wr Ammoobw wbwe-(begant lodge
of. lt" ei~omemethiswomb&ng


Pea" Them bawk&_d n

v fy vf tbda meraf t od Ith e
in eI*~io. o the9ot sahi,
teamry-otat a bl i216, rdw It
was tideed a marmtfil -Fort aad
gfoowy apprecdaed eo thoul hae pute-
bet of Odd.tWhersnl-it. Af rlef

"adv ab wr tad& ot us e
spup, Al t w afte Ajm te to W o- .ex
ouliHeait *a addias. an. we shall con-
tent ereseIa by giviiW'Sg fCw cap-
tions 1 whieft he partie-taed a",
emphasisO and the reader aa readily
flow the (read of thought do potent-
'ip spoken. Tb. humanity of manhood.
All eoduct ois the rlmciple of right.
This asnivervara is not a season of
every. but in gratitude for Gods
goodness and kindns. The principles
of 4dd Fellowship are sood citlwiahiMp
Its teamkinp do not contravert those
of the church, nor presented as a sub-
stituto, but an aid and help,' absolute
belief In a supreme being. The ritual
embraes the all seeing eye of the
Omnipotent that loots into the soul of
-man, which reveals the brotherhood of
man In the fatherland of God. He said
it stood for sobriety and temperance,
for no one addicted to the drink habit
can Join and "o member who does not
livo a temprate Ufe can retain his
membership In the order. It stands
for helpfulness, the relief of the widow,
the protectieon of -he orphan and the
burying of the dead. He said the lodge
tois a home and beautifully and touch-
ingly emptoted Its full force and
meaning. Odd Fellowship was a
stewardship for the benefit of human-
ity and nobly It haS fulfilled Its mis-
sion. He spoke of the founding of the
order 90 years get April 26th, and Its
marvelous growth, now numbering in
the United States 1,522,000 members,
which with the Rebekah's hall million
made it numerically of the 38 benev-
olent orders In this country, the larg-
est. Its contributions to. the needy
and destitute ra. lato the millions,
with forty-seven milUosm assets, In-
eteasing at the rate of three million a
year. The reder diseoprages Idleness
and invites Industry and thrift.
The beautiful solo by Mrs. C, H.L
Wintam was much enjoyed.
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Soda Waer Time

lee "Cream Place
The lovers of real good sodawater
and Ice cream fad uA s tomehes 4bh
spot f r them. L*e aim at 'qalllw.
which Ist why we hit their apprecla-
tion. The quality of our confecttionery
makes it neeftiary to keep up the
reputation of outr store, and our soda-
water and tee cream does Just that


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I am showing for the season of 199.
Spring and Summer the Prettiest line
of Millinery that I have ever shown.
The importedd and Domestic Hats are
exceptionally pretty and my line of
Trimmings. Plumes. Flowers, Ribbons
and Uatr-,bwaed Hats for all kinds of
wear tIs not excelled In this country.
The ladles are cordially invited to call
and look at them.
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WE have the Furnitme, all kinds of it, every thi gAIagH
you need what wehave, we want what you ha the Woimti
bill, all the better, if nt, your credit is good. .We w i
at the mmem prlee as forall lash, plus legal rate fitmtBt
immense stocg, of all kinds of nrnlitre, a t t igh A tt V .
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The Adamevfl" picnic will take
place Fniday. May 7tLh. The Metropoli-
tan Band boys will supply the music.
A big crowd[ wi be in attendance.
Barney Horatio bridges, the Obleman
cabbage magnate, will accept our
thanks for an invitation oj)e present.
5 or 6 doses W will cure any ease
of. Chills and Fever. Price. c.

Prank Wetherbee, with the Marion
Hardware Co., returned the other. day
from Sugar hammock Waldo Mar-
tin's agricultural, retreat, and has a
rural tale of luxury and wealh th tell
that made us feel that we wanted to
turn our faber Into a plow lnstatter.
He said Waldo had forty acres of as
fine oats as any sickle need tickle;
was Just rushing off 12 acres of beans,
having shipped 114 crates,, with as
many more in sight, whilethe big,
cabbage patch, denuded, toM of 4fat
reserve bank account, to say nothing
of cantaloupes and melon acreage ga-
lore and with a Edch, red, golden
promise, with fat contented porkers
and fowls in abundance. Sure a very
peaceful and contented life atof which
Mr. Waldo Martin, the splendid gen-
tleman,- Is a magitficet exponent of
agricultural fellelty dad prosperity.
No finer, richer lands exist than the
acreage Waldo Martin cultivates so

Lams of MUMDA

UConveslio- .hed every Mon-
day eveungn.Captle HaN over Pey-
mer's st-*e. A erdlal welcome to viT-
tig knIkhbt. Sidney afts. C.C.
ChiM. K. Sage, of a. d 8.

L S . F.

T'Tulia Lodge Mo. 2t
L 0. 0. F. meetaevery Tbueday even-
ing In Tons'.HAll. Vistling brothers
always welcome.
W. C. wpelrTfd. N. 0.
UM. Little. Secretery.

US 1LM4 F..L

Meets evry Wednesday evening at
8:15 o'clocke Vkattog brethm al-
ways welcome.
SV. Ditto. Preemat
W. C. Moor., erenv.


It has been 9a-' y -ift
from the general eadqurt of the -
lorida state troops that the br.gade of
infantry, which comprises the military
force of Florida, will be or dere out..,
for t1s annual tour of d dty duran .
the first week It June. which to. f-
Mduty will be held at PbflbrEfte.fn the.
St. Johns river, near JaoonY* ,

I the fina econdUilm .M ofL o
ha warm-t It Itree. tak of l .
ins something in your -a0m ta
eats all you take as omIf eat Nt N ,
tent-s of the babies haveV eg.a& .y .,
be yours has. Be emrta 6hA, a "
not by gStving It Whites Oam V er-
mifui<-e It expels an w Ans l Is a_.
tonie for the baby. I Prlces cens, at
the Anti-Monopely Drtster .';.: -
J. D. McDufty has 'reeeI~ d a heupfUU
Deerin oat threeba machigaw-m a a4
aoWleOe enffine to run it. The aiva-
chine Is portable aad wiI be sAwed-;
about to the different oat ields aaBtft
Its own power. The thresher learnoy
the best and most modern that I
ever been ordered for tlb esaty. -I"
5 or S doses lW wiel cure ay iase.
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