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 29, 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: VID03077
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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Other version: Ocala weekly star

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Of fice Over Munroe & ChaMbli$S I ntsifores Matmf~loy Wi M. J1
BankA. tn'

01M t"140ty"datot" Tr W Vfaitly s&a"
DENTAL 8U RGt~f o os N h #Swlmeof0 IOmmoled to quft Ol7bs borNIM
and ,m~di. west.William 3X Modua. e, bmce rotectift toAd*MW
Rooms9,jo and it, a VoeIn saingtfor divof
Second Floor, Holder- Block, begermeraist te ehesg* bmught
Wv monism, whe o dchrw
OCALA, FLORIDA. she be&ad sh6~rbed lbw
TERMS, CASH.* hism banded out bt btp
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son .OWD an umeftly. kiffin t vialk the 211ithp~~
Office Hour*--#to 12 a. m.: Ito 5P. M uWW'UAue' s4I "M IN*
toweb flipe'tes0w40.i
TERMS. CASH. that 41W wait .Wcet 77

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Chares 0. H4000ert, U.e.D. ~ thlebiNo L., __Ls a _A
have two ebuare. W.:1
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he uNot ~be 00"d- lbap
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Saucer for

Porcelain Bowl and
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Rev. C. C. Carrott preached an In-
teresti ng serm frogm the tenths chap-
ter of Agts Nt evening. Tonight. Rev.
Coleman will preah ona the topic.
"Bow Can We Know Abeot the Defy."
I the wind to blowing hard at the
hour of service the meeting will be
held In the cbrcb.
We hare a mm eamom un oe e(
fancy Imported ema ina manAy dit-
tefret pieesft. The Antu-Monopoly

Mrs. John Davis of Irvine, is here
for a few days visiting her mother and
shlter..Mrs. fPnt and Mrs. Arch Me-

WANT D-A live bustling parte
for the Silver Springs hotel. Most
i apply In person to A. L. Kirkland,
proprietor. flver putange 14-St4d
*BS& pByiieie uir family ft-
4WPI pal o00 us fr 0dietlea tSkd
Wader ltive sheaMtee at te Asti-
SMsmpH| Druj Only UqulbeW
ehemimkl and Parke mDavi & Co.'s
g s" add at af store-both wasm*-

Private Bil Mooman, of Graham-
V* l was In tbahe eity today, on a little
1 business. The private steps around
as pert as a t-yar-old.
3;6 pbotos. t2c. Ml-s Stadio.
LOST-Petwem the Meeotesma and
Abhoay. amu l Molear pocket %dg-
-r. Card 1f UbwLty Pruit an'Produce
Inside. eard If atmored to the
o mteauma hotel. I-It
E-i.' ; W. Webbe t Oakm. w" a but-
ee M emaller In tow* today. Mt. Web-
a **.m.t pensd a store for the
ee niebmes 6h1 e peooste around Oak.
]*e ai die MDowe*. Lumber Comn-
paear PLprhparib to qblld a new
mn ae theat d -.e, demanded
by toc9aie of th business.
ft VehI desire to have
a# af wl (a fisher of the
winters poer cra viags
' .to apt t

.1Mrl Hon suminMerSid was a
caUe lan twft saa ,
t:')1.- If yooes Mtffel ui~dwt
lithe quality $.yeor oillb t a
^^ atha ^ Oair* ntaCtd 0OW I&-

Rev. z, a Raa mone ea te e Aml
knewn -- aeiea the Okldalih. was
I* i st today ass reportw- tb prev
alme ae of grip t hi ehais itpb Ms
aW has a very bad case of it.

Dr. ml. Howe, et Newb4y. wa
to mmw teda and reports stt M-taw
fi__ V to bis birs, bat allr tV j~-ct
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p hetrrmses west t tot t si
vags M A.. as~.
Visa "4 i*
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epart au*aved at the cw p
Slawb went **Ver the y iece wt* a
1 pmiltary exetaeeas as to eateB an
semd e on the whol wln plase
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25 photos, 2Sc. Mills tual.
K. of P. mee. t m ys wmim
Do yeua ke eodh? bne isabers.
Odd FOllows meet Tuesday night.

Two post cards 25e. Mil Studio.
Nasgee meet wednesday Vvenig.
25 photos, 25e. Mtnrs tudio.
,Mammas meet Thuraday .wea.
25 photo. 2c. Miltr Studio
Red Men meet Thsnday rVlMg.

Miss Sarah Agaww Came p ftu
the lake today.


eChb rates on magamines at the
MNews Co. 1-2-ttf

Presiding Elder Nixon went down;
to Dunnellon this afternoon.
P-o-po-t-a-ta-toes. potatoes. 119 is
the number-Fishers.
Isaac Stevens. an a aed nero at the
poor farm died tis mnwlag.
FOR RENT-A uix-rom cottage
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Falver.

Mr. lmupss of Martel aad Mr. D.
A. Clh -of the lsame mp ere In
town Iday.

ards at the Oea News Coa
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Tomorrow afternoon at 31 dock.
Mrs. George R. MeKeam wil i ptertal
formally her ried.
Mr. Allen Bridges returned yestr-'
daW from a most. ew3oamlfe fen day'
visit with relatives in M~teopr.
Rev. G. H. Harrio nretuead thbe
afternoon from Galnesrlle. *here e

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ine he ftw *redo@or mm
at "bact~inot o1 bef -sat~
ct* now ob 1"

bard at.fbe a ne *r
drew a crowded bhouMe,
fermanee deerved ad w.
they won demonstrated the epggli
tion of their bearemr STheO .
number did not arouse auk v 0i-
Iasm, but as they proceeded the a~'
plause grew and the encores they w
were a real delight. Mr. Robley. the
manager and eond tenor of 'this
pleasin' little company oe entertain-
er, fad several seectoMns that were
most highly etertalafag awd he was
repeatedly eatled back, the .aUmi
seemn g to never tire of at asfte ab
anid ppre iang them B ieare
lther ,ambens the p It. T
dlbeast nmembets wet dafthed SOW,
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it st IVM W V attended a SuInday setool atesu. States Attorney E. W. oa&mrts w& -
" .his 1 am unet for thestate ta~.'
WAlTI -le r.le *.to have1 EMr. W. H. Clark, e eot1 t s --' -jude charged the jury -- '-
e4 paeope'oh most popular Cro yo',galthi w riv ftig ip- '4stiDOWat' the
their pctrwes tahen at Ml st ne thi mni aftr tnud.64 t a a a tu hat z '
S .ting .f the kat,- rd tria.._ h tu .r. "; 4. U. ".w
Two ort eards Sc. Mls St ion. tion. M r. Clarks pr mot i w wa dl .uInaisa- -" -."
Bob d- the cwU r al be Briemem md..t 5 < ah
Bob SSemd theekotbinnimany of the Ocal colow .h" weae ag 'i -t .m H
h is.etpKeetday9. a be the beach ltwo samr2 ag sum lat hs 0 01 1 trtla, 1
hie"_ ip to Jalck -fiole. AIe. w t xi.''
OnStesa. shredded wheat, bbk- Mr- Max Meyers. of Chlattasrm Ne si th. arose over the fct that ,-S'S# -4-
wb-a4. -U-, will arrive tomorrow to vlsit her six- mwas remote over Rucker at the milCI .
ter Mirs. Abe Brown. In. Suater county, wh.eb caused Rock-
Mr.'.. IT. jo isee and a-uhtr e mc herhsra and #o afeat
Miss Clara, went out to Martel today 'Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ba. who his ire tht o sev oecal Be -s-
to visit with Mrs D. A. Clark. have been visiting Mris. Bam t alters, threetedetosheet We, but' Rank-
Mrs. J. C. Smith., wil shortly .gi er w"as M* e mebo. and West a m
ho'aekeepfng in one of Mrs. R. D leaged mana, the latter did oet pOa
0w keihh b PUAl O. Oiei. lFuiner's cttages near the new asehoot much heed to bin threats. The fteel*-- --
building. Ing grew so great thft Rucker soK|
Dr. Usk of Oraaitmvile, received a i it in alleged, that either West or hk
dbpatch today t ogo to Clermont. to, Mr. and Mrs. Erastus Hopkins will had to leave the mill, when RuakE -a'' "
attend a member of the Crenshaw Ispent the weed-end at their pretty wa relieved by the -anagmeit a"a-
family. He went down this afternoon. bungalow at Lake Helen j. ust after this the trasgedyj mrp., ,1' A.
S* IRucker wayiyrtr West a- e t is
2S photos, i6c. Milrs ftdi Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ulddoi ret-rned hmane ,ole I rdA C' ,
SThurday fr*m Gaimlmsie wher who was ar d with two piestAl shotro Q.|. $
Mr. Maliory Uddoo came I fo they were called Sunday to be with,-n In the i and then t U waiasth tK j
ainev le th aeroon. I ther daughter. Ms. J. a 4t (ot kr and Ats ,xDix, O..7,1
Ing an operationfor atpodidtekti' Mrs. tmey BUllock, who made a stri g
VUe Phtas CM Tookte&. Dlan- D)iN tedoing nicely now. amh to the O ea for West. flte asared this fore-
Wted Price Me. lWd r allf dra-ttdeight of friends* noo the jury would either da or ;
Mti Minnie Taylor came down from Mr. Buatterwliek of Brob.kMBIe. w ... h .a -.e
Irv today to spetookto d Saturday an took 'dwn the evI dee ibe Wat V "'."--
Sunday with her brother and sister. murder cas, returned hete after- CUCH TT -
-i non.- -
Fuzmy calendars r IIM at "half;l Ant t'aei"nle -t b"" 4' j"J1 "0
price at th Oe ew t. Mrs. J. A. Bourer ad, who ,a. in
have been visiting Mmrs....P
Popt. Riddell cas down this afts-.SrDr..and rsIriva i a *
Ioon from ackSpville in his private Boardinan, returned home thW after- o
etar, "noont accompanied by Mrs. Doi r -, .1, N h m 'is a to
uncle and autit. M R JM_ ), ls ix
2S photeai, -Se. MWs Studio. Gibson, of' St.'I.o.ta, Mo., s '' at ,,"
touring the state ,ad -' ,bsps a*fer dOWer B the
Mr. Henry Stevens of Lakelandwho time -with friendn. at., a d .-o- w"I' M 1
spent the igbt with his parents. Mr. 'are on their way to a:Ptes r ao Sa t
ad Mrs ,ee stevens, returned to Caba. On heir return they 1".f a Srtey D Sai ? ',
i.. -... .eal. &-avi. o .-th and .r. Gordn iSTi 5 .,
.wi, was blwin soo 7" a7 I...'-.. ;t 'V
.Two t .tards 2e tedlo.N.m ad c. a wn s aSOrMand La "- -- ]" I

s a.r I. h tte t bt ,tut.e la t -ne to Sao -A
mpectr, .at couty, paoedi w t Qnqe to t a psntage idewAlk we. .
t h Oe this after .O his M one of our topped his machine.
Sway hbr g Jacuinef. iht and promising high school pu- lr. Ia ,tvncaimno
S. __ ..t .. *t a w M- r. Isaac Stevens, chairs an. o
AntIli the stationery line aternoon to spend Sunday with her ool board Sand .pt. J. BH Brbm ..
the Ocab News Co. v la nterestd spectators at the Ar-
. U 8. W Pwu. r Dmnofm was a -e- : : .* A
vwiAfit town twodayaMwaJ.1-u
A0ster, o *k and R W. s. te am 4.Ro.
-t Hhy. --.. .. Mr. and Mrs. 8. C.' f c 5'
t ville. S. C.. are the proud a i~ It. a
kmck TbhasMd *Ash "at "handsome son, baW hat adY Ito thT +
Plabek ~ at1mr L. T. Idar, of e0b, uwV'b,
C w tatt he-r daughter a...* a i an- .a sirtt
The high wind ls afteremNonW spit 1 MO CMp tht ea
te Abbet test tit foo Dan to Beer- Mrs. Ed Carmichael with lf the A-ttML am E
* lbOl, and itthad to be taken down. Mise Mary Donnelly, Mrs. 4-0L '3
4' lpi|ris and her guest. M 0a 16f1. etr -
FPMpised, or Wilnfr et stWns for St. Louis, made aw tWNU SD M-, RamOp Chambef atd hat -
Ajt, A erSVemtit. 4 Oklawaka mellon yesterey, OaWi4 they spent the taNe bw E
41 0e. f 4-t day pleasantly with Mrs. Calcr toe vbady of5 statidm
1 friend. Mr's-yers. K by wetl IS 4W
3 M1s. Matif Lyles a01diughter re- se wherp eathr
1 t .iJSe4d thin r sholrt tiilt Col. W. N. Camp let lSetmi U1bfr the hint and twrnqe o n
a to Blitch Virginia.l He will be laied ter'e t
Saturday by his 11s F
D os sALM h-a ousold ftm Saile and eta Casn sad toge0 t1Ir. A. H& Demt ald. a"rSrARMUO
S tre. Mas. U call ad inspect sae.I they will make extended toT of ,tock yesterday, asweWn be a *wy '* s h.
So fc1^0ar e. t-st jlEuope. H ;; e driving terse to aR V. A Apa SSIF
V j ________________ wtich Mr. A deeip onl semd sei
Mr, rank Brown with Mrs. Kirk- in style and action ts e coe oam d
an bby of Silver Spribgs. were by QIL Robertsofaie; thfafSie
Ww todsaw. M, mews sa id, hasp.ny. -
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at the P eoItee Drg- city. Corme e and t
;* ^majMrtin A Cor, prsoira e Te Mre e m ass
ate0ded 4ge have bht 433co
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Tbe Florida Optical Assoeation
closed Its labors l t eveming and
elected the following officers:
Dr. D. M. Boney, Ocala, president.
Dr. H. L.Lough. Tampa, vice pree.-
Dr. C. E. Taylor. Ocala, secretary.
Dr. V. 8. Jacobs. Jaeksomville, treas-
Executive committee-A. E. Bur-
nett, Ocala, chairman; F. G. B. Welhe.
Ocala: N. H. Clark. Daytona.
examining Board-N. H. Clark.
Daytona; H I. Lough. Tampa; C. E.
Committee on Ethes--0. C. Buttw-
Ick. Brookeile. U C. Cole. QatesW-
vtlle; J. M. Balley. Homeland.
They were so pleased with the treat-
menit received In Ocal and Its central
locati that they win come aafa in
l191. Thanks were teadered John
Dewey. of the Moutesmia. for the use
of the parlors of the hotel as their
place of meeting and other eourtneies
extended, and the local press for 'Its
oticees of their meeting.
Much business was tramacted at
these meetings for the promotion of
the society and the advancement of
the .profession. Ocala wabs eased
with the presence of these entlemen
and can rnmt asured the haad of wel-
come will not be withheld when they
come In 1910.


Reports reached Ocals last nightt
that the Withlacoochbee hotel had beet
lioaded by thiev and quite a mn-1
ber of gOests tm t their portaAe prop-
erty. Among the heaveMt Isers were
J. M. Tuecer. route agent fte. the
Seghern express Company, who was
reneved ot several hundred dollar of
mnutsy, while W. L Bedford and W.
mlott. kntahts of the gup baA theli
watelee and pocketheooks take. It
seemas there is au organized gang that
Is doing this dastardly work and they
have bee opeatint for, sverae weeks
In the Phosphate City.

The Star waO mlsafmi bout A.'
J. BrlIance moving to Duaitelon and
taking a position on the police force
ft the Phosphate City. He is still
with the J. B. Martin Hardware Co..
but we regret to say Mrs. Brigance is
*m the sik list and has been for over
a mnth.

Mr. Jack Camp has Inveate, In a
ew 4-heorm poer MitehelU iato-
mo4le al6ch he win have M t1 .
1.. ..ree Ja afe, boity. boests i
&Wt acqum w ma4. and hete* atps
than any other rews to se I. the
state. so meeh o rea rm havin
gred hard roem

Mr. T. Ir llA6m 6 s Levos, with,
her sistoer-la-tawis a T Viota ~18a6-
ter. ofo acut fos t M

Hee tenonpolesmt n hea

Male Quarted tnat aot

iomeths stay at Beason Harbor Ad.
Joseph, Mteh.. the reat

Which he elahsn will r ampt ag
of its kind ever envested, inshhlg Mx.

eral years sad his obseratis asadie-
vretive ,isietns hde o. e the wUa
tor a future for thts genial geatleuaan.
JIere is hoping that It wll all come
around In good thee.

Th musical ftetival at D Lads and
under the auspices of the Unrenfty
wilt eome off February 1th. Two of
the Euest sonM so ts in the ouNtry
will be hear ,

Won. W. J. Bryan is In *reat de-
mand for speaking In this state while
on his visit to the state itr at' Tampa.
February 4th. Beo is also beaked to
speak. at lakemla, aad sar ether
Tawtatdoas which M is lmpoanbAe for
him to access.,

We notice that the S. A L. Ian-
noeaee its rate to the state fair at
T-mps at $4 for the round trip. We
undmrmeeed Ra" sa g t as. to be oem
rat&, tw4 ptas 2 cuta smklng
U8 .At lour dolls It will matr-
aly reduce the attendamee ,s m tht

The visitnl opticlasn teaook yelter-
day f.ean"M or. and th be e ein-
auttea ploted these to s8lyr Spelwgs
to ahow them Its beauties and attree-
tibo. wtt whit t eoarse they were

Mr. H.B h Nichato. we WMdwoee
he- m0as, was in fe yeteray.
Hea sald oeek was mw e ; at rr16
rush in the bhinw.

Ol. J. H. LUvwasto1, owts to tron-
We with hi optac aerve, went down
to the Brasnota saani sam for treat-

r. Joseph Stp of Oxft e-
NaEng the Wila.e & To.ef rpwtUs
aser empar Vt Jackso"wvie, wks is

row, 21. *";! '

ah cooking set hild uld
SleY5 OZ. 10 'IS *rk Naod Mi-
Margant be found in the ad nden-
haul ehr s e. 0 i hark had charge
of tbhe sima thaeaschool rsm. Of
the* ppdl m the roll about 190 were
prent a happier or mwore gleeful
an4 good looking set of children auld
not be found In the hahd. nlewas It
were a similar .assbcr habool
children enagd *-og ra ,.aol -
exr exlises. took place in e a-
friends o f t he i rl t ldoor. WiB
there 1 larV nmoer, i 1'w bt t1e
happy oxpreslos of 4"abteaace and
heart beat that their hopeful was on
the program.
The exercisea took place In the au-
dieace room. of the rst floor. Miss
Mary Gates presided at the piano, to
which notes t ^te school responded
splendidly. The trees were presented
and planted by the Woman's Club of
Ocala. Mr. Schneider had the plant- .
ing in charge and betag an experienc-
ed gardener, the work was well done.
There were seven oaks planted on the
west side of the lot and iX en t4he
east side.
After the exercises Il the school
room Miss NeJtle ftevans, I i few
well chose werdf thagN t* Vlf.
for their pieai 4 fli
Woman's cMub far l
adoernig the w he.
the puaplts Ae -i ar iaetin of
their teaehal .ag appropriate

set, when t n d to their rooms
aown wn thea si ., te little
hearts overtowing with 24aifs at
the thought that tey had IMA -o
pmrtlapnta in afood work. aad lato e

kids, wit"d grew to mtI and we-
Ranhood and l9006 Ihdre of their
own wilt te. the ndo aubrg story to
their tUUtla a06 how they partici-
pat e the Mwt tree pantiag around
P& new Puu say eebosl *bone. ,
. ThO children looked tbe p-cture
health and arrayed hla satJ bhght
garment, their ste". hu-Mted*Wth
Ste hat t U h s a nlled their
yotmg uonk the msao was Indeed an
hIspirt n one sad .me la to dwell
deligtaISuy ft amos ahill.
ARmseO the many preseMt the Star
reporer noted the fptHo*ig Mr J.
L. ftwardi ,ra,. P. rt. Mr J.'
W. Bishop. Mrs. A. MI ftt. MrA. M .
R. Moorhead., Mr. Bla, n. J. H.
Spencer, AMr. P. A: Teaue..s R. R.
Carroll Mrs. IL. .Wall sMr. C. E.
Culen. Mrt. Baster Care, Mrs. George
MaKay, Mrs. laMft Stvena Mrs. A.
A. Wlner Mrs. C. 0. -ardr.A M. C..
'H. Uoyd. 'Mrs. C. 'Bhttae Mrs.
C. H. Campbeli. Mr. Hayle. Mr. It
G. Blake. Mr3 S.aners, Mr.. .enary'
Gordon. Mrt. fidney, Perty Mrt.. W.
D. Condob. MM. Harry Clarkson, Mrs.
Washburn and Mrs. Jake Brow. The
program was gotten up by the pupils
of the school, and decorated with
green leaves done in water colors. It
was as follows:
Greeting SNq, Sy SeeWod and Thrd
G r a' . a* '"

aereh, by I1a1 Clam. 6 by -OINW aet uett
emeitatieon, by Jessie Bito

resi hseoem t ah Thirad radee.
peeR opnedti te Mnretts bdwaea*
B00"6atl6". by WVaee Soine*.

Rfel with t yood b MtareM and clear
Renclation, byLoreen speer oy. did
Exercise, by told well t de

well. The Ev~e boys told well the de-

struetion, that Is going on in oar
woods. The fw little girls of the first
grade aO ed th, lveest interest.
Mary TaylosA reeltatl closed the
declanatms and Ieely.

Thets for thW benqkrt to 0 ten-
ed at the Ta t
evening of Pebtuary 4. a hI-wr et
WOU.m Jeatsi Bryae. aen meeting
a ready sale 'M aad r a
peimts to 'the baNoet beng thae aa
notable eer served 't that citr.
The t6r the ofast has been
anmag i 4 is as follows:
Qoemrae Albert W. onfehrit wl
he s and" wl be int ced.
by T. 0.w erown.
Addrb 'The State oft lorids"-

he o Ttempe"-M-ayor Prank
cc Wlng.. .:.. .
"The* Pbiare of eaocrcy'-Wll-
sa la ryan. By
lticin. M*ne. C .ve
Prtma of. the Naton-CoL Bary

AMA#^,sbjett to he annu*ced
1e5.til:aM AMB-, ert, ecretary at
^the eavys se Clevelad's admats-

"Rtsnfta es at Coenress asd
Uft e t John
ILMn A. A Iam In c-grs
fles the Tup ba Mba, dsisrict-
"(sw"da I af aemmb- Ce:sk
"Blsboroaugh Comty fin the Next
Leg.ature-State *&"a ir It C.
xefMrtd. '

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atroikofanlya h mNafa
of the charminning ulm, A iftgdge
mesfas r this changm
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the shaock to the system tisamgh a
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Ostar yU wul not eha toSha 'aT__"" '
tives coastantly, as Pleer Or no f '
ale positively cuesat thrnic qpat *
nation and stash Ptoa
to take-

colder tonight.
You would not delay taking
Kidney Remedy at he rst sign t'
kidney. or e I .f t

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A&d Winter goods, regpmlles of profit. To deal here noweawT your gain nd our lome. It's to yarr toui. l
j4-and a bsif years. yet during that tine'we have Opb0ly *oan)ged the merchastile tactks of ,t s g iig
Asy of value* that will startle and enthuse every purchamw a4 bring gladness to thousands odf home in 0ea, a .d
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Havana. Jan. 29.-Ite (onSt5Ih'
ate has elected as Isp.dtMt
Morou Delgado. one of the At~sabogil
miguelistax-and a leading revointlo..!I
fat agmst: President pabmuaa)ft 's
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bv-- or thW ,Jms c"Novtey er
haveut10 Pm_ se~we.,
Thtruck s.rowa '4f.,0
toned A union -it"i~
Swicot i narsa hk 0Ofiv
em on yestw~uik. s h.tmcr
more abbq*'sbWlw foc : and will
keep It, up.for o-te a the buy-
era are bet*e pwuud -with the Cask
to O&Sfor At imeebkag*- 'Tile Budge
Brothers, awt
mr AnB loading. ,lbbo li %.31110
,frgm one Cto. thrft-ioats 4~~4
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wis~at,06it".. br at 4,161isl,'4

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around C liman. isaying tim 164 s o
I1res that mwh land was In Florda.
one mana tramTeqpneqmee said no such
bad tu~oThoe1s4111a0 dj.

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the uasooklo
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the police. No drinking Is a
there. You just go t a ftt* '.
and canll for a.y. ) bwi9,
mawy as a wi.' agaMrr

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