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 11, 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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Volume ID: VID03164
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Potato Chips, 15c., two for 25o.
Imported Swiss Cheese 40c. pound.
1 pound Cans Presto Prune* 'Sc. each.
2 Pound Cans Presto Prun. 'e. each.
Presto Prunes are fine .4lifornia
fruit and ready for use. T a can.
Herring Roe, 1 pound Cans, rec.
Herring Roo, 2 pound Cans, fI.
Asparagus Tips, 25c. a Tin
Argo Salmon 20e., two for 35e.
Blaek Pepper in glass. Nice for the
table, 10c. each.
Pineapple Chunks. Fine goods, 20c.



Two Pnes 174, caila, Fla.

Office Over Munroe & Chambliss"

Rooms 9, 10 and 11.
Second Floor, Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commerctl BaM
Phone 211.
Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m.; I to
6 p.m.

Ofnce-Second Floor The Munroe &
Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala,
Telephones-Office. 222: Residenee,
L Office Hours-9 to 12 a. r..: 2 *o 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. im.


Life Assurance Society

Of The imed States

Resident Agent.

lontezuma Barbershop
In Comaection With the Hotel O1ce
SSkilled workmen and courteous at-
S tentlon to all. Special attention to

* R. A. DETTERICHI Prhoiuter

Comtractmr and B.dUcf.

Plans and Specificattons Furnished
Upon Request.
120 South Third St..
Phome 180. OCALA, FLA.


fes Qualit

Prompt Servicem

We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-:
Sward for any case of Catarrh that _
v cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh .
Hiibm l.der Amt for Ce tempt. Cure. P. J. Cheney & Co.. President Taft Ved es tie People
w Tahi c. anyEpecW0010 9of the Island arme Uft for SeV.
We. the undersigned. have knowni B
TiWO Loslratl F. J. Cheney t'r tbhelast156years, andI Govemnvent.-
believe him perfectly h nerable In"all "
Tallahas1 e, May 11.-A motion business transactions and financially Washington, May 11.-President
yesterday by Wefts of Leon to recon- able to carry out any obligations made Taft yesterday seat to Congress a
side the vote on Walles' claim was by his O rm. special message recommending leg- eWUe Jh
lost, shutting off further action this Walding, Kinnan & Marvin., slation at the present extra session,
session. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. amending the Foraker act, under
Mr. Alexander rose to a question, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- which Porto Rico as governed. The 11
of personal privilege ad denld ally, acting directly upon the blood resident directs the attention of
statements made Ina letter lronm and mucous surfaces of the system. 1 congress to staffairs on the Island by riced W-
his colleague, Mr. Thoraton. to the Testimoniatl sent free. Prie, 75 laying particular stros on what he A U
DeLand Record. Mr. Thornton then per bottle. Sold by all druggists. terms a situation otf unusual gravity,
rose to, queton tf' personal priv- Take Harll's Family Pills for consti- developed through the failure of lthear a w are
Ilege. and exhibited a letter from pUion. house of delegates, the legislative a
Hardee eorroboiattag the statements assembly of Porto Rico. to pas the "
to paper. Persovatles wound have . ......T SLE A i. "'usual appropriation bills. leaving theVA ta f n A T i
ensuel when Ught of Marion shut __ETisland without support ofter June'0 a. 1m u. .
off fnrtBer debate by moving to pro- net.
ceei with the regular order. P d let Porto Ricans have forgotten the U ama --'--. -
The house having under disems- the Chazge of the Bulky Beast. generosity of the United States, the ,
slon the motion of MaoWillisa. -to Nairobi. Brit(sh East Africa. May president says, ia the desire of cerW 5 -
reconsler the vote pn Beard's di- 11.-A bulky bull rhlnocerou3 is the tain of the island's political leaders
ranchlseme~~nt ame" unt, 8. J. latest prize wrestled from the jun- for power and he add that the pre-
Hilburn of Putnam spoke at length gle by Col. Roosevelt. Jp ent situation indicates that the ditiOR to
In opposition, but the motion to re- From the ex-president's camp near United States has gone too fast In ] 1 0 ,W e-
consider s,. carried. MacWillams Machakos word was brought down the extension of political power to <
moved to postpone further consider- yesterday that the lick of the Roose- the Porto Ricans. He concludes that vOC Of sprin ,an n
action until Wednesday week for the velt party continues, and that fif- the absolute power of appropriation s. Of s-I* Ig
benefit of the abeeat members. The teen varieties of game, including the should be taken away from "those
motion was putand Hilburn inter- "rhino," have been bagged on the who have shown themselves too ir- ".'. ,
erupted by saying be had .moved to last expedition. responsible to enjoy it.
lay of the tAble. The speaker'said The rhinoceros was charging Mr.
be had no knowledge of such mo- Roosevelt when toe latter fired. The CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Uton. dissuces was fourteen paces, and
Hilbur claimed be had been rTc- the animal fell dead. Naturalists of Mothers who value their own com-
ognised. The speaker. declard rim -the iarty are kept busy preparing fort and the -welare of their children. 5 fl E lI S : I
out of order, saying: "The gentle- the trophies which Mr. Roosevelt shouldd never be without a box of U
man nill take his seat." and his son, Kernit, 'are bringing in Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
dilburn excialmed: "I won't take daily. Forty-five skins have already children, fur use throughout the sea-
my seat." The speaker then order- been repaired for the Smithsonian son. They break up colds, cureafev-
ed him arrested, which was dope. Institute at Washington. erishness, constipation, teething dis.-
hlIburn remonstrated, and was de orders, headache and stomach trou- -
lared in tempt he the, reded IF YOU ONLY KNEW ble. These powde never fall. Sold customer o t e store. I
andapologised. eF by all dru stores, c. Don't accept
SThe merits of th Texas Wonder, you any substit e. A trial package will
coN Vc cC ALAc" ER would never suffer from kidney, blad- te sent free to any mother who will w ise. than repres nted A
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two address Allen S. Olmsted. Leroy, N.Y.
AND PRISON GLAIUM months' treatment. Sold by druggits| T -
''To the -b o Pror by mail. Send for testimonaL.,r. SHE TA ELD t e custom er e are here
To the Members of the Pardoning & W. Hall. 2926 Olive -street. St.! ... .,..,. ..
Board. TallahasMee, Fla.: Louis, Missourl. Mauetaala Beat Al Previous Bee- t. :
I write begging information coq- -- words Ia Crossing the &Atla*e. a es OUr Store 0 o. -
qerning the bill which ts to be plac- WHOLESALE DROWNING Queenstown. Mat 11.-The Cnn-
ed before the legislature concerning AT WILKFSBARRE ard Line steamer Mauretaala, arriv- --"- "
the pardoning of prisoners. Doesn't e f aunt's Rok etera 'h.a.
thea a off Daunt's Rock yesteadmy, .,;.
fu l lprivilege ofreeci ord tet men, a woman and two children i eastward records by 24 minutes. H EG o h
un a prisleer' petition without the were drowned yesterday afternoon in She would have done still better
Stpetht the Susquehanna river near this ity had she not been delayed by a fog.
a psig time man will be compelled by the capsizing of a row boat in The line's time from Ambrose light-
o w time man wyer b e putotn which they hai started for an out- ship to Daunt s Rock was 4 days, 18
Serve even years before putting in. -. Ba E r B "I'.
a plea eo pardon hours .andI1 :minutes.
n a plea for a pardon and ten chances will make the child wellsoothe ts he coeretheentred eeat
Ito one he beilln working priscause trble. here- ner ves Induce healthy normal slum-. ito J
abost eight years and claim to know A HABPPf FATHER the average speed of 2si.70 knots anto0c-
hour. For three days a new record
something about them. You take a i soon turned to a saa one if he a average of 26.3 an hour was made.
longer time man who known the has topto walk the floor every night with a25 aer tr e and h 5r t s mat
serve seven years befo right, a putting in crying baby. McGee's Baby Elixir!E do 1. W. u T
a plea fr a efardon and ten chances will make the child well--soothe its a REV W. WSRmSO L eR S e .
to one be will cause trouble. here-onervesm. O induce healthy, normal slum-/. T J O S E P H
as, it he has hopes from the start. I:her. Best for disordered bowels and IRev. 1. W. willlamsoI Huntlactona' .
ed, then give him a chace, and the --- neeswrites: and "This is to certify
know of several instances where the sour stomach. All teething babies that I have use. Foley's Kidney Remn-
prisoner ha served five and ten it. Pleasant to take, sure, and safe, edy for nervous exhaustion and kid-
years perfetly content on the hopes contains no harmful drugs. Price 25 ney trouble and-am free to sy that's w -Wha'
If I understand'It right, a prison Monopoly Drugstore. Fole-'s Kidney Remedy has restored
Is a place of reformation, and whenatm o sad Sic ftm
the prisoner has suacileutly reform- Odd Fellows meet tonight. / 0 health and strength to thousands of U a n S ii'-
ed, then give him a chance, and the ,'-- -- harmful drugs and is pleasant* to talke.
only way to fnd ut Ift he has re- Sold by all druggists. ASbfw "Pip-tos t 0 f 4UW|
formed Is through the prison of- nDHJUDD ft IiV '_ 3 .'* __
cials who have to contend with FOURTH TIM ER FAILS ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
him mmdw A" Ti m th 'l

uam every auny. ey are leu vouy
ones that kPow the ly conduct of "._
the praon. Probably someone from UtotK obAL DIRECTORS
where he committed his crime ob-
jects to his being pardoned. I claim Ut le d Emillmers
they do not kndw anything about v Afr w
this prisoner daily conduct and c. K. MCIV0e Alfred Owe
consequently do not know whether UnSeNa SE
he deserves a pardon or sot.
Let .n consider our guard ays- Roe CaSkets and Burial Robes
tern. to amy belief It is the rotten- &i work 4one by licensed embalm-.
et la the world. Anything fhnm an a yarant
ex-prstoner on up can get a job, JuA er sd fully guaranteed
o he Is able to carry a gun. and hs -- - .. -.
character Is never taken In consid-
elor be #. aded hbe as taken t b lU HA lD
o. Of course has to alga and w e. s .tA flU AA
nil .out an appBiatlom, but that Is
aothft for a t of, the timr he i. a COTRACTOR AID BUILDER
man without a character, or prob-AND BUILDER
ably a boy of ifteen or sixteen years LrANS FURNISHED
of age, who think h m eif a young 1 APPLICA!fON
Jessie James, or sidm otorious t- A LCAIN
law. It is trne we asve Ohat is call- p Box 4. OCALA, FLA.
ed a black lat, but the large t part _____
,of those o it are good guards. Hew "' -
is this? Ok! the guards have been
looking after the work too cloe. and T L
the priao" have plotted and made I
up a falke aeatloa, and when the I BHOP
inspector ose around they turn U B S
him up aad oonsquently he Is black-
Isted, and, the guard that -does not
look after the work and who hangs Opens la Ito the Lobby of the Ocala
around trees an' nods and lets the Ho-e.
prisoners do as they please is the
guard that the prisoners like. I Offers the very best service of
wish 'that while the board is fixing skilled workmen with modern ap
bhlhl for the lgiature that they pliancee. Strictly sLnitary. Electric
would Afix one to the elect that every tans, electric massages.
man ashall give bond before he be- Hot Ronum, Water at All Times
comes a guard. The respectable
guards have to associate with any VID '1T C. DIETTERaCH, Ma angerr
and all clawse therefore it is the .- --- _--
opinion of the public that they Are
aUll of the ame low, degraded class. A
Hoping the board will investigate M arion
the guard ytem more doey and
lay the proposed pardhtiag bul on T ,
"'" """, Lumber Co.

.it aesdtehe. an wen as claer women,
but an get quick relief an prompt
care from Dr. King's New Life PillU
the werrd's best remedy for sick and
nervous h eadaees. They make pure
blood, aad strong nerves and build up
oyew health. ry them. Sa e at all

Zumert Fna



;A Chiago Couple, Thrice Divoreed.
Try It .Agait "'.' ,
Omaha. Neb., May 11.-"It cer-
tainly is 'until death doth us part" "*"'z
this time." said-Hfram L. Harker, of
Chicago, discussing the fourth cere- lh cM -a i Ii r
mony in which he and his wife were
united in matrimony. "There won't o
be any more separations. This .. -'"
Omaha knot is tied to stay.'."- IA a
Harker and hlis wife were married OCAL FLORIDA '
in Chicago 10 years ago. Two years ,- -
a short separation were remarrie. CARRY AT ALL TIME A CVEUIi E
Another divorce followed, and after
a while a third marriage wa per- Doors, PaInt
formed. In time a third divorce was
Recently the two decided to par- asils&
ry for the fourth time, all of which
took place in Chicago, had proved so Ali &lSre
unlucky they determined to come to
Omaha to have the the knot tied. Mr. saw ll, Phosphate a
and Mrs. Harker returned to Chif- aW Phosp ate ,. .
go yesterday.
"The most merefess enemy I had
for 20 years," declares Mrs. James
Duncan. of HaWnesville, Me. "was Se-S o -l Ca
dyspep.ia. I suffered intensely after
eating or drinking and could scarcely a f the
oleep. After many remedies had fail- 1 xWs9 gii o t
ed and several doctors gave me up, I,-
tried Electric Bitters, which cured me i T.O"mpany.
completely. Now I can eat anytht .
I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to .m 's -'-y d
a get my health and strength back A, .2 ,;.
again." For indigestion, loss of appe-
cmplaints, It's unequaled. Only 60ce 1
st all drugsists.

IN TiR DARK fifteen minutes. Finally he rae front, 9 9
the h3use and the intruder shot at _
him opoe while he was eetg The *.
Between a Young Ma of BUler, two men were'the only pers Ina iX O ; 8 .e
Ga., and a 'Mysterioans Rlsa. the house, Wiggins' family being on -
Columbus. Ga.. May 11.-Charles a tto n. .. *: al
G. Wiggins, a prominent young man t a s me g at Btle Ce iM M E
,.#terday $271 was subscribed as a r#e, -.. L.
of Butler, Ga. is hovering between ward for the capture of the man.
life and death at his home n hate was a stranger to i
place as the result of a terrible as- .e was .tn to W a AL '
sault upon him at a late hour Sun- Everybody is likely to have kidney
day night. and LidGer trouble. In fact nearly
In walking through his home dur- n bd t hadoue trouble of this
ing the night he noticed the door of kind. That is the reason why you so
a wardrobe slightly ajar. This struck often have. pai ns in the back -a
hin' as rather unusual and he Dulled ..- .

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ALBERT HOLT Uval way mi acknville yt
S I I--- .,tm.-- dbt MaXfer a kil1
Albert Holt was born at Dalton, ., .. p M to Ac a l C h t
in 1844. His father was a prea. t "k f it o pto Acting martat Ocubreath, to
miller of that town. Wes a s tudet c,.- e-- .-i an s vrn m' k ae bt e was hte
at Smithfield College. Pa., he e sas u n -t cet Um uf oIr 12h eo
at 19 In Company A 76th falihlmt 'd. im a b Wb Deft tae afteenoo -theman began
Indiana Volunteer., at Wabash, -, *Uimi ta6 6 Afldag p dlerBt ido dope,
July 29,. 1562. and served dutiag th S*, m u. Ms .v tan y be. a dope fWnr. He
war, being honorably mustered eot mf Ca07- Gaiss nl;* M M j. mid tal be ftward dpevelod at
July 8. 184. near Wahingtoo. D. C. "tphi.a L-s i eb s"irma. to dht d.. ftewardsrdevelo t
He Joined the G. A. R. at AmbMe, oohu S'e am w. t, e olf .a d e.. lain', Diarrbos
Mich., in December, 15,, a .was e a -_: te H4 bte o member of same in good standing at om nor, Mrs. W. N.F Wterth ort. o ai-Nteratd opu One of
the time of his death. He became a oi -e tho bottle he dank whe *senanb at
saw filer, which calling he followed far HSitorian 'tot fbe oppweted by thetoi a l s tera
35 years and with one exception was-m t. l it c. C at. ., to ta e fLtain, tt. Later he w=ated to
the oldest man In that btesl w Aekw Ies ather Wt c" cUmb the are escape on the eMaOr
Florida. He was faithful to hei duties be Waf te bo to fim of and k ill iself, but
and highly respected by his eploy- Us for a peod tI years. be uul' to ap to ki to make the
Ms,, ,-2!. S I --h- A Au- n oL 34tre to borrow arolver
He was married twice. By hies 2Mrt h a, a Olea-a-At. At- a e. nad t b a t ._ determO
wife he has two daughters, Mrs. ul toIkl himself, but little attention was
ert McGinl, of Bellingham,. Wash., a paid to his talk. He was not drink-
Mrs. Frank Morgan. of Seattle, Wash. A TM ag, and was known to have refused
and a sister, Mr.. Gertrude Snidea. are ,e U e to out- an ofer of drink to brace him uk
of North Manchester, Ind., the mole a o-a atgt This morning the policeman'who
survivor of the family asme. e 0W8 tk of. It is therefoe made the arrest told the actain mar-
He was in good standing In the W. *o -e --- thef t g tembt- shal what he had done and how queer-
0. W., being a member of the Ofreed --i5W"gI W of the mlst l lB y I the man acted. The officers rent
lodge and carried $1,000, -lars-Pac- a MN -- -il m Ala. He willw to the Jail and found the man dead.
which Is left to the only chld of ~" for a numbe During the night he took his
second marriage. e with f pocket knife and severed his left bead
b um SWrI s na a t the wrist And cut the veins -t his
TEUTON-NETTLES awe -eAe ottem am day ti e left arm He also gashed his threat,
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--- Sme"e soo U -mu-t ,and mu,,at 410 0 1Wed Moe m te o O
Yesterday the Star noted the fet UKaS S--.o of blood. He was found tying In his
that a marriage license was ssued to W tm u setral isn Sell with his bead asalnst the .door,
Mr. Mack W. Teuton and Miss Marie A a I it w ot *With the severe hand lying In the
Nettles. The ceremony was perfoIrm- oi t e Ao ofm fa d V in ta corner whMre he had deliberately
ed at the home of the bride's parent, Wd I thrown it after finishing the amputa-
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Nettles, aner tIm. The forearm was cut around
Flemington, Sunday morning. Mt Jhalf way entirely to the bone and
The occasion was a very happy o -- -there were several stabs n the side
to bride and groom and their friend, h at the body.
who are many. All the afceeories to 4)3a .m,, 'no, V01 There was $4J5 In change in the
the nuptial feast were bright,' radiant t e .iudsan ihs man 's pockets thtis 1ormlng.
with sunshine and the sweet pe of the brde's -the- Jme. Gore, He was a man of about 46 or 60
of flowers. Rev. G. B. Thrasher, pm.- o .ri., '- J_ years of age and his name was found
tor of the Flemington and Micmopy iear CO .. on his key ring. That was the only
churches, spoke the words that ae A "larp .crw, neighbors.. Mr. thing found on his person to identify .
Mr. Teut n and MIsS Nettles ao a d Alr h iedcrl to witness, the mar him. All signs Incated that the man
wife. nlwd cp at dh. t, .. w re serve had doped himself and that his a-n
The newly wedded couple attended with the m usake of d- settled state of mind arose from this
chuch services at Flemingtoa and with a". t.
tl ir friends returned after the Ser- forest ds; tM be Mr. Will Mock, the blacksmith, said
vices to the home of the brde, where clt th ie was unfortunately h knw th man many year ago
a splendidly prepared test was served Kentucky and that he called on him
to the pleasure and a iUlcatlontm of al MisVirginia ger tie trih, tos yesterday at the wagon works. Camnp-
The groom is a romt and hr bell is said to be a printer. He was
business man of Martin, honoe- ad known and ..ved by .r. of media height, rather slight of
respected whenever known for bilt Mr M. L1d the r "n. buald, had a rather lst ase sad
fine manhood, while the beatItUlih a y .S man .f soberr, l 4Stious andy r h air and ms~*be
bride, the pride of her home and the _"_he rul fa" .itia a tru...g A copy of the Inverness Chronicle
admiration of her host Of friMed, IS been a v lt, s d trusted was Md his pken Th* e the
as sweet in disposition as h is Sove- a the a -t was n ot d by any at the
ly in features. May the j sYand blis"UN* threya USBe iavshis Ocals pratf seomBe Of whom hawd
of a useful and well spent life be with a o ,be ,aPros been herw tweMty reaa.
them, Is the .wish of the Star. pe *U L The body was taken charge of this
Smrning by Mr. C. V. oberts, of the
Mr. HPwitt, superlatedent o the A CARD OP THANKS firm ,oft ~th Robert and a tl-
Marion Parms Hoepital, is a busy leme waA sent to Waycroass, a.. to
man these days. He has not ony the Mwow of theI te Albert nd out what disposition to make of
hospital and convicts to look after, but *to.- Mtehheebdy I
the general supervielon 'at the turm t hs -bMi Judge IV. presided over the In-
and with it all is having put out 1AS 0 mn tou ind Mker I b S r d grWWS quest, the result of which has not"
acres In tobacco shaded. e ~0iar eople fe Sle aater0elfOW for their atten- been mofcally announced, but will
an exrt from the t. .tiona" -ri given her hba probaeby be in keeping with the above
aistrictto mpevthe tb s ^during his sicknems 1d death. e facts.
......'..t.....remal-s erme Interred In the Oxford
the tobacco grown on the t~r I'st", of
season and cured In QuIdy waso pro t of whe camp W the deceased REXALL TURPEN
nounced of the very finest quality, t tw e pteead
great hopes .are IndrIged In tl ws beBeste ent dinner Ins. the jasty at avan
who have set this tobacco move OR AR YVOU ATI 8IED the k Cate. *wa the
foot. The history of the past In grow- by maeJ
ing tobacco in Marion conty is re- to ps.M a.dehWIP paint, or are you Plan' s chill Tonic, guaranteed to -rAM
membered with satisfaction, for its lomg for the best? Tou need ook cure chis and ever. cents. the
quality was equal to the beet !ow N trther the .
anywhere, and we can see as goo& e Davis M per eat *
son why with intelligent pre-olme, the pWO fendantf
story of the past In the peoduatlMs t01 u. the analysis a guarantee a
the weed cannot be more thsadr to everyd *ad it wl remoe o IAaeer
rated. of prperity this doubts from yow mind as to what It Wsu b .a t
return of prosperityIn tubt eduity.R a -leis My. Boardpm
The Sumatra least. which maks the RD 1av- prl ent Pam Paint ill and 1.
most "beautiful wrapper, has 'M-I ebeen D he ts a t 'sen t re Pain will
planted and its culLtvata is Sry the test a t th e st rigid PUre the COaM
watched. We wish for the Maes at. aw. VW asle by the Marion Jacksonv
arms proprietors abundant s neefss a ager of t
their new undertaking. WAT MEL

Mr. Abe Brown, who as nmaki his A* n ne wish -g early car of ol fo tund s
home with his brother, Mr. Jake B"rown G ~ wsladowl to se Dthe cout
since his wife left for Pattaaoog.a Scdt w C da ver to see Cha a
returned home Saturday s lght sad ctb-at of SUsa w wl ha frhas
car of ft 3e?!n wswihwill o forward
thinking he was entering the 'proper about the t weeneds ic fMa. I fso a
domicile, got Into Mr. TImpone b*M about the t of May. isapr]1
and did not know his lmistaker t 84 : Soft Waft*i" wh
entered Mr. Tompeena. s leepg rqo A SO- SHIK s -- e"=_ -- -
and was about to reti, when Mr. rise his e t r, Mrs. Maria k s t
Tompeen. who was lytng on the be T~wylot e. Nebe, Ky. ~h writes that. ., .
resting, the other members f tthe fAi- we *B thought he would die, Buask- The Ors of real good sodawater Ballartf
ly being absent at the Air Dme, e s's Armes ae wh cuivd lhim. and fecrenm itd ours touches the latfl4
costed Mr. Brown. wda~,r the te loiblbN r bwr., mcld, eatas earnas spot for them. We aim at quality, per bott
Intruder was and demandng his s. nd, bruises. Cures fever sores, which Is why we hit their appreela- stot
tentions. ItIs needless to ro kMr ,s, Si f tlpdas, chilbis chap- tion. The quality of our cafe.tiomery
Brown was as mach su tot S ndo. piles. tc at makes It necssary to keep up the Todty
Mr. Tomipsen there as EWi. .peWes rs rputsatlk ofur store, and our sods-. Umldp
was. to be so uncer asMioen awakem- water and Ice aream 6es J"t that. candidate
wns to be so saere e-e ",~l Cpesen ,I
. and both d ath -- COURT T. W. TROX LER
Ume: "What ane you doitg hre .. .. .-. WL R
plantions folow" Mr. t r w uy ye terday M... .
move .orth' S3ldS o hs ,, t a .> of trespass In 1-- IO
wer watnSSL -^ tcelmit woesas d a coloeded -- rest
proper resting place. m t fr* Saler Wwvew ar ed. The wo- meen e
. was aware SM damages. kdne
The committee of Ite' t M', f the o was buy waAe im
growers who are nmow lna Wa Antadthr trae CA Mise Ir wilch M iss rites
are diligently at work tai"M n"g jS Owens to 4 arr. wa platatlM ervoes
the methods employ" toly tio c1 0 ~ ,eSmtase .- C-
lg. sorting ad "sks a"i soon be I
of fralt They were it shn et A vi AND PRVN by aldn
courtesy and privilege by the C.l_-*' ___... t
ala Fruit Growers a.hamwea ial$ds, iSem .e Sele. uigG .
Angel... Hospitality muled and hir A O Up-s a Wel-N tive of t
eral banquets wee tendered thf v- ld l today po
tors from Florida.' Ok hirer, Mh io ieth. Oeala radamr, seem se Bt exce
noted criminal lawyer of Talga 184 isa
owner oh a very Ile eusdag ea DPSi Riby Wgv1 Pet od sho Iygo
Tampa Bay, which he w ,eedt le.g.. amhrC arbo prlIaN

the reapone toa n aa eb ta a few .. Ingr V. sas A
come. The committee 5a 41 4 "Nw ghas r-a Me assact of at g~gg lear s**
Ide ad edlad t w, e t fre tof -t p tute. 81

who rnse a pm "geU7 5Iksai nt J

and Waycroes to-I? eat set wev S* e ag ta abold It rdn

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yla tahe amofthe
es of the two Indlited oar-
1aft omittld.ud th me wet
tar al tve In& a[ d-
A '8. ash, p esepnt i f-e
Natal -at-- dmm e;
P. abotter, hadirma of its
C directals: George MeOM
a oCf fw. Yor, it twssurer,
. C. Myers, viSe present of
pany. aad Cadl Moer c
le, fL., manager of the
and alse JaekrvslBe man-
the Natoal Trspormtatllm
ma Cbmpany. The dith
4. Caries IU Ret h,_ was
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Man blu%, blo nmd ent of
bomaho 40U i Eo wm
S low ." as&a *sapoiws.
Birnbme Is aib yet obse-
ctive Is a do es, waPes to

Jacksonville Inonlges in a
l election. There are three
w for mayor, coLS. ebirng the
Icnbe and Mesra.JdaA

ore" to health hby ut
tMedy as Itt srtmintes the
so they wmil manat the
ter wle the closed Impn-

we8. PlSasat to tae. Sol"

Cook, tme geudal repremtn-
be TIUmee-Unen, wam I toWn
ihitg the sauhilptoan lUst of
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Am mnml must rew efl. ,
The above req r w di thte prees Ma s- t e. R offes you Mr t bu ret ed from
r offered In Ocals, t'or F | laPaVA. let be) W5 .n w tfl eay an c
Magnol iastreet facing A. ot l d the es r4e "r
h three- large stores on pebw -mie (M fb aaA 4 8Ims REXALL
plie is now brAingig 81a f t' b e ShortMui order meals mptlyseve
. t bring $22.50. or WWil -s-. h a at the Elk Cat&'
n and $100 eveVtry te. d
Th.* above at pcs uag 1it eors you a Mr. Q. L Roberts bas returned from
,my a building that wiL byl4 paid for it, visit to Palatha.
you will receive baok *W7 .ar ets, be- 5 or d s Wm m nh Case anyf cSa
you have paid the esti*r of Chilas sdFeWver. Prim. Se.
A!t Immejlately nda ll"arly breakmhts served for special
orders at the Elk Cate.
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haps, is to h
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Loam peaiy sa" te, 25 cents.
A. PRANK, Manager. Mrs. Arthur Isler left Monday for
Denmark, 8. C.. to visit relatives for
S-".. T."Mt CrTY. several weeks
.LOTS FOR SAL ON EASY TERMS Have yo smeen the new visible Pfy-
-o-'- loe typewriter? R. C. Davis & #e
Sge eral agents. .

,,-Mr. Frank Maria..Jr. ha returned
Sfrom a dsI fu1 visit to Lake Weir
K-.-.. :'-' -.+ .. -- ^. ..... with Miamies Mx and McOulre.

SW the DeWRs Little Early Risers, the fa-
the oae m*iaBIt e, p mous Uttle liver is,. small gentle
elp with iol W irlh melet the and sure. Sold by all druggists.
r.. ,. ".. r : Mr. 8. A. Rawls of Jacksonville. was
In town yesterday looking after his I 11 I. .Interests here.
roe& Chanmbiss.Bank the nt.
.. ORATBD) Clothnlh merchant, is in Savannah on
S business. but will return tonight.
L O.ta elM V. PR. A. Gerig. CaQMher
-_...._ "^"___ Mrs. E. C. Staley and little daughter
have returaed.from a pleasant vhdt to
S* relatives In Dade City and Plant City.
Mr. and Mrs. James of Spring Park,
and taste as sweet. t':S why Sehle. were callers in town today visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Tompson.
iaeOers and LowOney'sandlJes In half
and pouid boxes are so popular. Pure IMr. L T. Ilar has returned from a
a p o visit to daughter. Mrs. Clifford L
coaectlkU these; Mavor delicious. Our Anderson, at Holder.
eamteetionery is free trom adulterm- I
SduMrs. E. Carney returned home
ti o. It is wholesome and healthful. Sunday from an enjoyable visit to her
1 Uery kIad of confectionery here. setter In Savannah, Ga.
Fruits, Cold Dnks~ Cigars and News- REXALL '
"'" .. Fine candles, fresh stock Schles-
SBA singer best, in pounds and half-
SAT ALLARD'S pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit


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Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Munroe returned
home Monday from Lake Weir. where
they spent the past two weeks de-
lightfully in "the Goodwin bungalow.

We have a most exquisilte line of
fancy Imported lhina In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly

Grand Master Geo. T. Self of the
Grand odge I. 0. 0., F. of Florida, has
appointed Mr. P. V. Leavengood dep-
uty grand master for this district.

Mrs. Albert Holt came up from Sum-
merfleld this morning to take out let--
ters of administration on her hus-
band's life Insuranee.

Miss essie"Oweng of Rutland, poet
laureate of Mation, -was in town-today.
having been called here as a witness
before the court.

X. C. Bennett the Ocala electrician,
went to Jacksonville last night as a
delegate to the session of the Royal
kch Masons.

Capt. R.. K Pa Z. te treasurer of
Georgia. who i.>'? a few daysgago, is
an uncle of Mr. P. L. Park, with the
Oeala Printing Company.
The Ocala Iron Works has tempor-
arily suspended operations, awaiting
the arrival of pig irop. which they are
expecting daily.
Mrs. Collins and children of Uma-
tilla, who have been on a visit to Mrs.
ColHn's sister. Mrs. J. J. Williams, at
Uqomasaa, returned home yesterday.
Miss Byrd Wartmann, who has been
taking her meals with Mrs. C. J. Phil-
lips all winter, Is mow taking her meals
with Mrs. M. C. Looney.
Mr. D. Stebbleton. successful far-
ther and orange grower on Lake Bry-
ant. was In town today as was Mr.
Holden of Electra and Mr. and Mrs
Alt Proctor of Pedro.

We understand that Messrs. Mclver
& MacKay have the contract for pull-
S- g down the old stable on the lot op-
posite the new government building.
which will be done shortly.

Mrs. Ralph T. Birdsey and little son
will leave in a few days for their
home In Macon, Ga. Mrs. Birdsey has
been with her mother. Mrs. Ford, sev-
eral months and little Ralph, Jr., was
bornIn th4s city.
Second LieUtenant W. C. Dunn went
down to Duamellon this afternoon to
preside over a summary court which
will sit on the cases of some members
9q the Dunnellon squad who failed to
attend the last Inspection.
The A. C. IU railway will run an ex-
cursion from Ocala to Worthington
Springs In Alachua county, on May
14tL ona meiant nt theo nonine of the

UMI Blem wgua t w . a
attack w apf ,-.dt m te a q _o,
hod a twt 1wa the wsfse aft- -
ed by her phyaleeana. Dr Btrees
Morrist of aciEf was u
Mr. Theaard htenseod l "M. ftalb
Tapsa, both arriving on the ma.t-.
night trains. Miss The srd wpe m-
panied by ber parents amd t train-
ed nurse Mrs. Pept Vwas take to Jack-.
sonvile by Dr. Morrts oa this umorn- j1* if i...
ing's ,tral ffor an operate which
will be made at the earliest poIde -
time. The friends f Mr. a Mr.
Th.gard are akdoiisy watittff het
news from the bedside of t
daughter. -
The frst baseball game of the ea*-
son to be played in Ocala wll be be-
tween the borne team and the Orlat KAP T
boys. J&ne 2nd mad 3rd. Mr. X. C. f
Bemaett is manage r at the Ocalat tea m U
this year and promises us some good

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TIE A meeting Marm
TIE AI AntaIO ag wa
Tuesday evning, May i*&
---- o'clock. HL C. aekbaam te.

Moving Pictures To TE MELON
SI have 2W a acres e mefs. WilO
S UlM JIYNUafiU be ready to load by the et of Jta
I f. o. b. boyeoL.
S8R H. Caduitb.
The Bet of 69 em Pmib- Candler, Fla., May 0, I '

On account oa the fact that I am
DoMe Ope at 7: p. .* building a speed launch lor use on the
springs, I will sell the launh "erry
Music by the Orheatra Betwee Aets Widow- cheap for cash. Apply ino S
-0 or to It. D. Mathews, at the haedrs.
Plgf for tuig Sweag 5-4-tf Frank Mathews, Cty.
THE RED SKIRT Mr. Hugh Nichols,
A FAITRTR horseman, cae up tUi oa
A FAITHLESS PORTER auto aod accompaled by Mr. 016
DISOWIED W. D. Gamblte and litUea son ( 17
one of the prominent and Jmr...i
WHEN THE HOUSE RENT IS DUE merchants of Widwood. W&iMao
though It failed to land the 0 ceaty
Admisealo 10t ad 5 Vents seat. is busy looking after Its -turw
progress. Plant City peop- l
SJust completed a plant fr WutiWoi
and with the making of Ic will eMt-
.L W. TUaE, biM a cold storage plant. A meeting
SO, I, was held last night to orgalae a an-
ning plant for the tow;-. Mr. TW, .
LAST NOTICE FOR COMPLAINTS McRainey. the succeMal tarpetl
operator, is at the ad of thise move-
The city council will sit to hear coar- meant .
plaints on-tax assessments May 18, *
1909. All parties having complaints SKILLF' PAINTING
must le them in writing by that date.
otherwise they will not be considered. I am prepared to take tb
H. C. SiStrnk, pa ting~ s matter uwh o g -hew
Clerk aN Assessor of Taxes of Ocala. small or how Sem. the wreat
may be. I hav the Mnatgdal,
ELECTRIC SMbOTHING IRON*', and knowledge to paia& a"f -
-- .right Hou ses pabsted idab.= k
Onp of the greatest conveniencwr Grainfg .. gBdlng Nar& oll ftdsa
about the house is one of those Amer- .arI'lshing and ltie1g a .d aSgS
lean Electric Smoothing Irons. Reat- painting. Taste and ak gasated.
ed in a minute, an even temperature, Write a card, carae Camp Phapbie
never soiled or smoked. Get your wife, Company, or leave word at the War
mother or sister one of them Two office. I. W. FUlyw, Oesa, Pi. ltt
sizes and prizes. Ask H. W. Tucker *
to show them to yon ILLUSTRATE YOUR ADS.
The Star can supply its patr s
the general pubie with. O verifIIL

CASTOR IA Eustratas. we ha t
_~ zcan nlke tie electtypee
ma otyplug department . Ter ft

your ad vertmem .ts or al- hIb
De'**s the tones te. Ca it the ade a-
e aref see prooteets oth t1. Ne w eSa
received tvrte:W
I receive every day from Crystal -
River choice oysters,. both Inside and
Golf oysters, salt and fresh water fit
and mullet. I can give. yoa the best
in fish any oysters, fresh and prompt-
ly delivered. Phone 21 city market;

veend sta*l on ine i. i-xl-s g

We will give the Ocala Weekly Star TROU .
and the DLclgner one year for $1.30, 'A
strictly In advance. H IY
PIANO TUNING They ar dae down fm rt
Ten years experlenJe. eferenaes, to eahild, and If there I a : e
any musie teacher ,ln deala any paeat's 4ye7 I Is more thaM lthly to
music hoqe In ackonvlle. "Phon be found I the ee of the obild
13. A.A Lansford. city. 1-l-tf- Red lds, stye or Itel g ml
pains arf
Smuc tlar doubles that em -I over-
Mr. Arthur Clark. who has been comin e ng o .
the office of the Armour Company, in DR. 0 -, D W *
Jacksonville for the past year, has re- 1yig't
ceived a well-merited promotion and
Increase in salary. Mr. Clark will soon Ofce Hars: I to 12 aI. aL
go on the road for this well-known 1:30 to 4:3O p. a. Optral easl
company and will represent them in and laboratory, roolm 2 aId 4 Garo
Florida and possibly South Georgia. block.
Mr. Clark will continue to wake his -
home in Jacksonville.-Thpes-Unlon. JUNK BOUGHT AND GOLD
Fank Walpole. of the Manatee Re- I have opened a stwer *tw the
cord, is aglow with pleasure became laundry and market, wev I w .l W
Manatee has voted for boads to hard- and sell all kinds of -jmks aik -as
en Its streets with and "make other Im- old me*W. bones, hIMes..hBagg "'
provements. ow, barrels, rubber efta.,. tef. I 'w
also buy and seKll seemId-aad ftrI
nature sad repair ftwtue, twtee,
etc. An experlenmed man, wIth A
tools and f"alltle. for dIg repair
work will be f charge of t1h & alr
* department. and matdisatl tosn Il-
anteed. Bee me Utyou lamearting
to se or repair.' 3. 3. ,DutIr.
3-IStt P ae rL
SJ One black afill with white speek
about her fresheulder. .Wis a eightt
ased face, and oner oe l with
white peck about the i m
a and a lre b l in the ta 'h
up April 21st. er ma tem
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Skilled cooking, careful attention to the wantsof the guests.
Good rooms and comfortable beds.

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Rate Friom edmafs

VALDOSTA, GA. ...............$44 00 BAtalURDGL GMA. ........$...5 M
THOMASVILLE, GA. ........... 4 6 ALBAN, GA. ................. -0
BOSTON, GA. .................. 4S TPTON GA. .................. sO
MONTICF.LO, FLA. ........... 4 6 VE JUNCTION. FLA. .... 5 00

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'. KCPS*336#61 NATION
4mhom dF am Busy With Ex-
~w~m~~bp'of Tefts of Iin-
pee'wss to -Sanate Or* -owse

MOOER, so. that ft Is Important for each
orange grewer to know which sp6cles
he has in his grove. At Titusville, for
instance, the yellow fungus is destroy-
ing the smoky white fly. The Ento-
mologist tried the spore spraying
method lat September and October
with fair smcess; and has traveled
about 3,5W miles, and experimentally
sprayed fungi In many orange groves
since last July.
In the Botanical Department, Mr.
IL T. Winters Is making a thorough
botanical study of the velvet bean,
the Lyon beaim, and fourteen other re-
lated beans, many of which are un-
known In the markets, but may be
found useful In Florida. They are be-
Ing grown In the field and studied as
to their botanical characters, and by
cross breedimng. Selections are to
being madc from the Salamander Im-
proved lettuce, to obtain a new strain
resistant to lettuce drop (damping
Fifty-five varieties of tomatoes and
eight varieties of eggplants are being
tested In the horticultural grounds.
PIgeon peas and several varieties of
English peas are also being tried,
and are always getmng scratches, cuts,
sprains, bristes, bumps, burns or

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The plant Pathologist. Prot &B
Faweett, has bean stmdyia the sealy
bark of the Orane, oa the West Coast
of Florida. and has devoed remedies.
Be has lately f(od a m-crsecc
tangus which he co aiders as proba-
bly the cause of the disease. With
regard to the seab of the sour orange
Oad lemen, he has cseatlacally proved
by culture and famsetes experloents
that a eertasn fgsus Is aloe repen-
sible for the disease: and be is now
working to disefver the life history
of "hs fungus, especially with regard
to bow it lves over from one year to
the next. Mere work has been done
on the gum disease ot citrus; and the
black spotting of the orange and
grapetruit together with the shark-
skin of the grapefruit are being laves-
The camphor being a promising tree
for planting lan Florida, the Patholo-
gist is at present lnvofsitgttg the
fungus which causes young camphor
seedling to damp of. Another line of
work has been commenced, namely
the study of the fungus disease of
the peach In Florida. The twig blight
of the pecan, Whose nature Is not yet
understood, is also being worked out.
One new fungus which kils the
whte fly has lately been found, to-
gether wth V tw or perhaps three
more fungi wtch kill scale Insects,
and are apparently new to Florida.
Many spectmens of fumaus diseases of
vegetables, ett., have ben sent by
farmers or fruit-growers, and these
have been Meatfled and the proper
Ia the laboator& for Plant Physi-
ology. Mr. B. F. loyd has been mak-
ing a mIcroscopical study of the roots,
stems and leaves of healthy orar-e
tre s, comparing such healthy tissues
with those of orange trees diseased
with the dieback,' renching, melanose
and yellow spotting. He has identi-
Ged four enzymes In the branches of
healthy orange trees, and has made
a study of the nature of the gums
which appear in such diseases as die-
back, yellow-spotting and melanose.
The fact that no suct thorough knd
exact studies have been made here-
tofore, probably accounts for the lack
of-'prorres.ln the practical prevention
and curing of these di-eases. The
Physiologiost Is also aseertalning the
maximum.amount of fertilizer that or-
ange trees will stand without Injury.
The disease of casave which causes
a lees of leaf-olor and a dropping of
leaves, popularly known as trenching,
has bem ascertain to b, due to a
fungus (uari"um). Fifty large or-
angx trees diseased with die-back
have been inoculated with copper Eul-
phate (bluestone) under the bark, and
the results, so far. show a slight In-
jury but no benefit.
The Animal Industrialist, Prof. John
M. Scott, is carrying on a feeding test
with Florida grown feeds, using grade
steers, to determlid. the cost of pro-
ducing beef In Florida. The ration
used is composed of corn, velvet benas,
sweet potatoes, and Japanese cane,
which gives satisfactory results. An
experiment Is In progress to deter-
mine the cooperative value of velvet
beans and cottonseed meal for milk
production. The velvet beans and cot-
tonseed meal are fed along with bran
and sorghum silage. This forms a
continuation of the dairy tests made
during 9 and g 108.
la co-operation with Mr. A. L. Jack-
son, of lalneeville, an experiment is
In progress In grading up cattle and
testing the Shorthorn and Hereford
breeds for use In Improving the na-
tive Florida stock. P rage crops are
being tested to determine the amounts
that ean be raised and their cost for
matntaining animals. The following
are grown ths 'year: Japanese cane.
sorghum, Natal grass, Guinea grasm,
Part grass, 1.1o bean, velvet bean.
beggareed, soy bean, Kudzu vine.
cowpeas, sweet potatoes, cassava, and
rape. The Lyon been has been found
about equal In yield to the velvet
been, but feeding tests of it have ot
#et been made. The Kudzu vtine from
the chemical analals appears to have
a better feeding value than cowpea
' Dr. B. W. Berger, the Entomologist,
with the assistance of Mr. U. P.
Grn, has prepared a large number
ofdishes, bottles and tubes, contafn-
bng sterilized sweet potato, on which
a plentiful supply of the red fungus
of the White fly (red Asehersonia) is
growing frot spores sOwn there. It
Is intended to use this artificially
grown fungus for spore spraying dur-
ig this spring. The study of the
white fly has lately shown that there
are two different species which are
-differently+ affected by the different

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first hour after. If at this time a few
essentials should be neglected, ay at-
ter treatment will make little differ-
ence; for milk once contamlate~d can
only be made wholesome by boiling.
and thi las objectionable to many, as
It destroys the taste.
Water and Food. .
The herd should always have acrees
to cool pure water. I the herd while
In paste should be compelled to
drink stagnant water from dirty stag-
nant ponds orlake., It ought not to
be expected that cows under such con-
ditions could produce wholesome milk.
The feed as well am the water bas a
controlling Influence on the quality of
the milk produced. That Is, If the
feeds are sour or old, with a musty or-
der or taste, they will Impart the same
flavor to the milk. This is not the
only bad effect that may result from
using feeds of poor quality, as they
will also have a bed Influence on the
health of the animals.
The Cow Shed, table or Barn
The stable or shed in which the
dairy herd is kept Is of great impor-
tance. For with a dirty, untidy barn
it is impossible to obtain clean, whole-
some milk. The barn should be kept
clean at all times. If the cows are
kept In a barn the greater part of the
day. the droppings should be removed
at frequent and regular intervals. If
the cows are only In the barn while
being milked, the stalls should be
thoroughly cleaned as soon as the

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

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cows are turned out. Dfy o. dms
feed ahould not be given u$it befoW e
milking. In fact a numbe of our' 6
dairymen do not feed iatf aiter a .
Ing. In ho(, dry weather he f O
should be sprinkled st 1eforter 3'
ltg, to settle the dust '

open lot, the cban& .ot the ti c Oie- L
corning contamina j vrted grated4r.
Ing most. of tihe r. The 'W"
riMe all kind of gera with the *t.
and in this way the lk is aosom ah
with all aorta of organO -
The manure should nt I b. a ...
to accumulate near-. dair tarA, as
It is a breeder e of es. gbata Ma bsa-
teia. fresh wam m l very .*
takes the odor from the ,ui 6e-
or if there should be, a bog wSvew
near by. the milk wMhie eing dMw
from the udder wild abheob td. o d.
The vessels In which the uk ts
drawn must be "kept lean and sweet.
Those that are ro and rat MaW ,
be discarded, as it Is I pba1b to
cleanse them properly.
The MilWer,.
Aln of these necessary -precwutio
may have been taken and yeta aL *
Impure milk may be obtain i
b due to carelessness on the pert
the milker. Just before dll"gi% ;'I
udder and teats of each Cow should -be
washed or wiped with a damp cloth or
sponge so as to remove dust and t looe
hairs which would otherwise ,fa to
the pall while milking. The mlMW ,
himself must be clean and neat MisU
hands should be clean and he tBdo,
wear a clean suit and csp; or Vf ntt j
suit, at least a milking apron. e |
should never milk with wet hands. 4AI
milk that Is In any way questImmabe
should be free from any dtoe. MNe
one should be allowed to do the mlek-
ing who has been taking care of the
slek, or who lhad naay other W-,
been exposed to .a i5,stg,.,, dts. .
There is no other food pwoel bII
which disease g w l
multiply so rapidly asu M 'L-
DirtyM ir.
There Is nothtnr that detracts from.

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