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: 01 7, 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: VID03057
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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C. L yesteIrday e d Rdid. Ct"ane
Jk e Brownr and sLouis by
CJ. P. Phi Lps, .oe e and C.
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t. It CARROLL, -

The call for a public 'lbrary meet-
lg yesterday afteinoo did wnot came
that object of public spirited dt-
sent which he did the sange that the -
him whte'.he occuld bo deallindd-to
renew hipreset were Mr.. Frank
Teague. Miss Nellie Stevens, Mrs.
rake Brown and Miss- Loaie Gai sbyl
the faithfreul librarian. Men, Me he wa.
Jake Gerig. W. D. Cara. Frank Harris,
J. P. Philip1, C. Loveridge and C.
L. Bittinger.
The president duld e was inorant
ot the object of the meeting and ascontribk-
ed Mr. Carn to enlighten those pres-
ute to which he did by ains that he
had beelyn to rrespondence with Mr.
Andrew iifVAgri to ascertain from
him whether would be iry whoilln to
renew hl oster of two years ago in
regard to aide Ouala in pestilIh-
In ga free library. He usMI he was.
That he wbyold depticate ay amount
the taxpayers f Ola, appr would contrib-
ute toward such a worthy institution.
Immediately after the reaJiug of this
letter, came the inquiry who would
contribute a kingtabe lot. Misature Ltose
Gamsby requested s editor Harris to
ask that question, throuagh hi. Baaner.
The old.atraw of two years ago was.
thrashed over about how a petition
signed by the majority of the tax-
payers of Ocala, approved by the city
council asking the legislature to so
amend the city's charter so as to en-
able them to assess half a mill to
maintain for ten years the $5,000 Mr.
Carnegie would give to erect said
building and how Marion's legislators
failed to make good in presenting the

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sTh. dooe -of 021i A a*
76 was the aSt Ot 10 1s 1rir. AN
t at eM ON decind e-edmgs,
but they wm mumewi- re-elseted
:tw "_=10 0111' their wprtits The
o mce a Mrs Mrs. C. IL mDII.M pn-
Mient; MaM c. rhs M mSe.
Mrsu. Jake Buih tssi.eo lhv
presidents fe t doa 1 t10 Avll
o the city eOlesed w tU B M. .
Cryatt, Mrnmsi; taU l M. SSS&
Baptist; Mrs. 3. -ifbw Presbr-
terias: Mrs. I. D. Thromp. oChrist-
1am, ts. J. I NLtorbea di Soo.el
Mrs. ID. M. amith, Cathole, sad MW

prsidint at large. An ma-ing em-
the books and p*aW the Banal ro-
pOrt of the wseertary, tmety: Mrs.

ham, the committee als tInclding
Mrs. Rhe. laer, secretary, and m:
rowDea tre rs. urer. This a
will neet one night nt s eak to el
forum its work. in msoftl-m -B>

thead I did not insistrsbL e he
Dr. Calhoan. the asd the Meat wa-s
1st. It refers to Mix. IW. teMthe
blind daughter of some ent to e, f
Ocala. for whve the t do futMe
arranged to havdo e Dr. C a f operate
on. The parties had e" seate to At-
lanta for this Purpose, zbfughf th
help of the Ktgs lugbtrsu. The
letter explain ItnseHf
Atlanta,With indGa.. rJan. r I am,.
MYors. C. Blyn, Ocala. Calhoun.L:
Dear Mrs. BltUt-R-After I ha
made all anangementsI n tMe hesp
fre Mrs. Wilder, she do~eci that s0 e
would not have the R peration AN
and I did not insist. because she
taking a chance and the outlook
not the best However. I b-evre it
would be of some benemt to her.
If I can serve you at any future
time. let me know adt It will give me
pleasure to do anything I can for her.
With kind regards. I am,
Yours very truly. F. P. Calhoun.

petition, it having become lost in the '
shuffle. Invitations are out foran the aU ge
Mr. Harris desired to know of Mr. of Miss Sara Lillian Bram, of Wrr.
('am whether In connection with said to William McCreight Barem, this
money for a public library, it It could city. at the home of the brides par-
not be utilized to also create tat- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ryan, at
rical temple. Mr. Cam thaghtt not. Terrell, on Tuesday evw Sg, ,Jan, ry
The only use to which Mr. Carnegie's lefth. Miss Bryan was fre a year
onaton could be ut was a publ more stenographer and deputy
lidonbration coldn Mr. S. T. trunk's office and is
Then Mr. Harris thought that $56.0 sister of Mrs. J. C. Smith n this
would not be sufficient to erect an -ve an un usually pretty s l
ornate building such as our citizens this city, where sho& ea
desired and we should ask for $I0,- t cIty, wh eme
004, as he did not think the taxpay- Mr. dpareo Is em In the co
e#r' V d loSok with disfavor on that ing department of the H. B. Muast
additional amount disfavorxes. Company store is a son of Mr. D. M\
Thereoal uestl bef the meet- Barco. of York, and is a splendid
The real r before the met- young man, attentive to business and
ing et shall e e rt be aade to has a great many trlueis In o.,OCa
property umeoM toetax. the seis r o TheyoungPeopt Via 'I n-
this public' lttutluon. To that end .r after D r ,e.4 ,,'
C. L. Bittinger moved and J. P. Phil-no loger a seex t Mr
lips seconded the motion, to name F. ank weo a at
E. Harris as the solicitor In charge of h cns onhHew-I
mid petition. wdc was carried. his nam!
Mr. Habuts, Imt e li -, Ga, to Miss Ana Martas "
standintg t -his youn g lady of that city. Their wed*
steadtot a t his t imW taIp w nI latudie .1e 61 Te.
andp iNo 01 W1.9ragvteo Sadb other f1pB. At the
aeot M. "- J D, natlcal capital the happy i cope
"ed a e re W*Dt. witness the tnaga ot Prode-
elect Taft. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
ibrary w ey^^ make their home in this eity, a"
about ended the h Frtak" will ontinu to be eS-a t
will give the INNUM lar and arue beelates
block the dea4,

The I. o. u of her sister, M D. W. ils.
day had the Third *tre1t yesterdl ayW 1*
Senator IL U'Te aisamttendance was lor
county, who was I t'the cfty a O r pating Is the play bees
way to Tallhsshae U attsUM a.K* tmhe of the ld woa re Mm
ing of the t.tes of the GU9iveitr Albetf Mrs. 3I 1. Betlv faen,
of Ptorida, of whichdeb he Is oe the rs. 8 .I ngetea Mrs. H. I. And.-,
trustees. Senator W manrt am a I. j; Gerag, M-, C. V. A1
a prominent merchant sat OW |Q fljthel nIMManS. AUt Mx-
grower at Citra and his fi Atkinson Aliese Sl*
joyed his short stay while In in t rdsey win the trF4br a
-Times-Union, th.
Indications now are th meetingg of the elub wil be
E. L. Wartmann will be Mrs. M. C. 4"e".
in 1914 for state ento''
from Mrilon and WATCHED FIFTr EN YEARS
but for the present the ior fifteen yefs ve watebed
IA a little of as to "ati the working of eUS Amita
mann. a member of the o s falve; and it haasMh aed te e
trol of state educational any sore, bell, o ultyW tu le
--* It was applied. s Maved s anan y
"Don't burn the feldse is the t-l. doctor bill," says A. P. kIarty,
vice of Z. C. Chambltes, tb to Wilton, Maine. 26e. at all d rg-
stock raiser and farmer of M sd stores.

county. In the Ocala Banner of Si*-
day. But the farmer who belisVs.
that his father and grandfather knew
all that was to be known of thi
science and art of agriculture mWt
continue to burn the grass, weeds and
trash before breaking ground for hew
crops, thereby destroying that greeM
manure which slowly yields up to the
growing plants elements .of the high-
est value as they are needed, and
meantime retains the water that falls
and prevents the crops from dying in
severe drouths, besides preventing
the packing of the soiL But clean
fieid.s look pretty. you know.-Times-
Union Short Talks.
All this is as true as gospel and has
been told the farmer a 'n loimt times
that he was destroytp his best friend
In burning the trat eof his fields to
make plowing easier, Wt he still goes
on. St least those who thitk they
know more than sleaeg and because
of their vam glory and stupidity, will
contaue, with their nose to the grind-
tose until there. ceem to burs. But
themes to an apImeeatlon and en-
iftented understanding there are now
thousands who do not burn
tbeir fields and It Is those who per-
mit nature to assist them in restoring
fertility to their fields that lre
prespero s farmers of the l ad a
have bank accounts. But the de
serve It. Why won't the experience 1
some m,- especially when It Is
pulsee to the good, cause other
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Veteran Bartlett of South Lake'
-Weir, was In town yesterday. He ig-
f ts Mrs. Bartlett s-Wlg 6 nm I a
cold. He mM aatundea Mr..W.
.Jones and ht my. o tM a, wiO
1ve and occu their oear eatUe
W the water. ft is tite eota e-
Ily owned and oup- It AW hki
bother. Howard Jes, who ded
ver years aga Mr. W. W.
Is the magn actm of the
Croedle ny of New Jerey,
very peu n reposible fpl

If you have I'I' AI
nary, bladder or k f
want a certalai Psk"
for women's .lls, tr
reMable regulator. and lle -
male weakfee Iss -
mation and ulceratiomi. Ns ta's
Australian Leaf is soMd
or sent by mail for t o t -
sent free. Address, the Mbea *l-
Co., LeRo. N. T.

That the Jackwanville Mt*
gaposlt..n did not get -a
tloa frt the coAunty as
of Marion to make a h*
products, is no Bfatt 4 AA
its faithful and emhtemt
tbe. Every hour oa the t MO

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Tou feel a I d one Mfe
many when y have nnalgio, dn't
you? Save /hec mae aeedt
it; but get ma a W p,
el thing ain lr Usn.

batk and a M Mpal s It the A-
Mo y Drageter.
members of the new a
tycommisslontra had their
ture taken ysterdm en the wsstfe
steps of the court bmme r Pb -
grapher Mfils The Wil
used by winter I.U. J. b
special Malson.-co.aty -jr irm, m
the Florida Jut 1 tsad ?Ms.
The county pots l-atod thrl .iH
but Chairman GeoiWge Ma ayt
"busted" aI his dOusn.,la -se 1
hitmelf from testmr *- M, W e .
artist said, "Look stay
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t"grov M aers h Mae
Mr. & A. Moses

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p165. The above price represent the Nur-
aath dered. The actual value of t o imery is
T1,1000, but pany who owns seae ham't time to
Will sell at price quoted; down, balance
year~. Party can pay bark as trees are sold.

trees now ready for market, worth 20
700 coming in soon of seedling oranges
frit. -Balance of rough lemon, to be budded.

to 40ceach.
and grape.

Tfi is an uppurtuuity seldom offered to a man
-'& als and will pay for itself in a year or two.


SCall or write,

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Capt. 3. B. Maihwas. a callerto-
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Mr. W. W. Carlton.- of Inlisg.aIs at
the Ocala House.-
Mr. Harper. the .JackwonviUl plaw
man.u cams In this afterao...
Neupa and La.2AImsexpo, twosoww
perfumes at the 41,WUIm bw.
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