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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: 02 22, 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: VID03097
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Volume 14, No. 229.

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DENTAL SURGEON -- Mnk. Trailed a e.
Offce Over Munroc & Chambliss. Attempt te Obtain Padem for Tyler M Hi'o tO Floids f He M Y g, a i Worcesteum Mam.. P
Bank. Causes Goobe's Ghost to Walkt ien M to be fro2m -h Wrig- i "de0t aS .tS
OCA L r rk Pittsburg. Feb. 21.-Tbomas Qor- wi n for-e oma
OCALA - FLORIDA Kentucky don, a negro formerly Janitor of the CeutINy d- teat 2it agea *.
R rst Xational Bank of Turtle Creek. Mr. Wkrigt Sai W ..
TER S11 .ASHtl. Louisvill. Feb. 21.-Kentucky's Pa, was landed in jaJ here Thurs- Lakeland, Fla eb. 2L-The repent T a 1
-. -- most vexatious political and penal day after having been brought from reached this city this moanla that qtMaC Ai:; ..l
problem has appeared again, as told Ocala. Fl by Thomas Carroll, for- Harold M an emapto* e Cof the :* A
J. E. C HACE I yesterday's dispatches from this mer cashier of the beak who had Diaughtery astbif Cthi,. lthy, a-a #*
E. int in the petition presented to trailed bin more than 5.00 miles in shot in aIansh lat nlght lar Peb- '
DENTA SURG CN Governor Willson by Caleb Powers eighteen months. ble Heights and killed. Trme what
asking for the pardon of ex-Governor On August 1, 1"T. the bank was can be earned Me oely had driven a vera1l schoo eb an
Taylor. Charles Finley and Jim How- robbed of 84.57#. There was no one couple of women from L &eland to eat capacities and becafte lUteA
Rooms 9. o0 and it, ard. The petition bears the signature but the cashier and the Janitor In the ancock's place. It is said that dent of Clar Coftge. He Is (e a0.
Second floor, Holder Block, of more than a thousand citizens of ank at. t ime the money disap- Moely became somewhat lntoxicated thor of a loe lIst of wat. di 4al V$
Kentucky. many of them prominent pea Gordon had a good story to and started a rough oue." cal *econom, b wlI.S
OCALA, FLORIDA. men. tee thc blame fell on the cashier. He was requested to leave the ple s O W a m
P- c Powers soufht 'the governor at wh .~e~< ^ b home and borrowed iles by the proprietor Mad '- A s ,
TERMS. CASH. Vrankfort yesterday od presented the loiw. He was also be was *byt pplaffr ioto, iltIm& a-
-- th.' document. The governor looked it oalsot wasA -st
over carefully and said that it would rA &&. b eME
L. F. BLALOCK ,..., cs; a"w0'.=.. ^ .oc^. ^SJ? ^
L. F BLALOGCK The mehes ofthe air which re- h awife..te Trg e Crek scow tilt a
suited in the death of Governor Will- lar CarroUll trailed thb estalk- aedic a thm
Dental Surgeon lam Goebel and the subsequent trial ed the couple al through thei so aised, "that hab
of his alleged assassin, with the comr- butit wa not until a few weeks ago wound sad p ua.d. .
it er Ck )plications resulting therefrom, later- that Gordon bought a country place cmant at tleL home "'is)
weaves every phase of Kentucky po- in Florida for $.00 and prepared to enough has been ltea ei .... "
Phone 211 litlcal life. Political fights for years spend the rest of his life In ease. Car- Moaely came from e iS .
have been settled by it and campaigns roll had kept tab on every move of Intoah, ia. His fat1L Ml ie
Office Hours-8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to5p. m. have been fought with the matter in the couple since they left Ture Creek wired as to the ablei t fe l X-
the central place. and was able to show that Gordon had has been received, them blohw 00
TERMS CASH. not done a stroke at work. so when egraph station at Irvine .
S-...-..-- 'TWAS A GLORIOUS VICTORY Carroll walked In witb the officers the .
-- former Jniltor collapsed and It is said IF YOU KNW
There's rejolcing In Fedora. Tenn. confessed. e.Ws
Charles D. Hulbert, M. A mans lfe ha been ed and now Caontraced an illness n .
Dr. King's New Discovery la the talk the searchh whleh may cost him his woud .m a fskin1ey., tl 0i .
of the town for curing C. V. Pepper Hfe. Jer mr tte $Me.1 b8,t-leF .
k pH Y nYSKi of deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could athr t ra .ol The t f l a "
not work nor get about.- he writes,. m nw D, r or by maIL, S,-t o I g f w, .a a
and the doctors did me no good, but E. W. Hall, 2 O t 0tL e kea ,e 'nr M1.rt 3
Office Second Floor The Munroe and after using Dr. King's New Diseovery The leaders, of this paper wil, be Lo M I esaL l. A uOsMteMt h iA
Chamblis Bank Building. Ocala, three weeks, I feel like a new man. pleased to learn that there is at leait eseMa wai m a..a4tilI
Florida. and can do good work agiln." For one dreaded disease that science has SEED POTATOE POR SALE mo SpirIt. M a
Florida.weak, sore or diseased lungs, coughs been able to care in all Its stages. and tte rt-ate 1
Telephones: Office, 222: Residence, 221 and colds. hemorrhages, hay fever, la that is catarrh. Hal-s Catarrh Cure 200 bushels yellow yam an dap ti -sUt-gshetap a. ..
Office Hours ripped, asthma or any bronelal at- Is the only positive cure now known other varieties: alao several humdr^. We are plMaed itb 6hvi. M 4
section it stands unrivaled. Price 68c to the medical traternity. Catarrh be- bushels eating potato; fowr tha visit to dr. 111pe
1 9-12 a. m.. 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-82f0 n m. and $1. Trial bottle free. Bold and lg a contltutitaci disease, requi s cow, triih milkers, at a bargain. wmpa little 4 ', i l. ,J-, 'B
---*----- - ------- guaranteed by all drugstores. a constitutional treatment Haire Have m- than I need. Fifty pair Sobineos, of TV*Miitae ..
Catarrh Care Is taken Dternally, act- extra large Homing pigeons. match- bees visiteto' tee
BELLEVIEW Ing directly upon the blood and mu- ed. ave no ttime to look fE tm. aftthe coast.
cos surtaes of the system thereby D. M. Bonei. Ocala, a. % -1 Amog the vfadti, i
.* 0. BLANCHARD Mr. Jim FYeeman, formerly of Shady destroying the foundation of the dis- Pat? &Uap& Mr. 1^4
Crove, but now of Dunnellon. was In ease, and giving the patient strength HORSE AND BUOBY FOR SALeE kd MIs-- T ea
CONN CT ORa AN DBlliDERD our midst last week visiting his sis- by building up the' constitution and K...... lsag h J. M. l IWS0
,NRACTO AND BUILDER ter, Mrs. J. A. Freeman, of this place, assisting nature In doing its work. I wilH sel my well known bggy VebOy M oi l* Wi l
Miss Alice Campbell and her charm- The proprietors hae so much faith In horse Cobb with buggy ana hareoes. exserlsee_ ti -';:on t. A.
Plans furnished Ing cousin, Miss Annie Campbell. of it curative power that they ofter Dr. J. W. Hood. City. 2-4 The W. Co. T.. 11 1*01
Murfreesboro, Tenn., were in the City One Hundred Dollars for any case twt as dfi ii-, ir
on application. of Oaks on the 13th. for a short time. that it falls to cure. Send for testl- COTTAE' FOR RENT M sight, the Ith thl Ve1
Her many friends were glad to me monials. Address, P. J. Cheney & Co, eraryof t '-.
P.. iX 46. OCa0l. I. Misq Alice looking so well. Toledo 0. Sold by ad druggists, 75e. OB South Second smI, a 4-ro b a ...e..
---- Mr. J. A. Freeman and family vist- Take Hair y ils for contt- o wth lattice k or, to tie
ed relatives at Shady Grove Sunday patlon. fr a ,t watert the o e i
and Mr. Freeman drove through to D fire plaes citd.y wate App-'
Dunnellon from there with Mr. Jim pIANO TUNING -3 _llliig . C. ,....W. JII"
Freeman and returned on -the early Hugl Weket ,at Sakn ...lf" ci
AR R C P train Wednesday. but will leave again Te years experience. References, All prelsriptions Iled atihe Anti- alnr la neck an *a* w e an
Sunday for Dunnellon. where he has any music teacher In Oeala. any Monopoly Drugetore are aled b s wethe good *whe ,
secured a position. Mr. Freeman's music house in Jacksonville. 'Phone the Pare d cmdaw. TheylW tume ul their 1.deciasog. r. ---, s .
many friends regret very much to see' 24. A. M. Lansford, city 1-8-tt tc heiPareoo, g w rtey Y-ae i-B .O 8g6. .2; S ai-
Opens into the lobby of the hhn go.t B i sent Par ke ais trto,. try dw Mrs. Yn ?i re fd .
Mrs. C. D. Bogert and children ent WORN OUTP& *,.*
Ocla Hounse. last week at the Florida House In oone equal, guarantee No. 6. Always bearing on the themm. of teperae. -.
Ocala. They return home Monday. That's the way you feel about the the best the Fnally, the dee
Offer t very b. Mr. Joseph Mlllsom. who has been lungs when you have a hacking eough A visit to the state fir In mp ate .so t CreaO l,
Offers the very best servce of quite sick f" the pt few days, I It's ftoolishnes to let It go on and will not be complete ou to g tp i Vy 3bl*i"^ *
-.kitlle workmen with mIlodern ap- much better at this writing we are trust to luck to get ever it, when ial- atC Oewth South 'Plio f .Mal l M r- Beebe Thas irme ee
"pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec- glad to state. lard's Horehouan Syrup will stop the derouse seea-the thager, jlon test e-e Thi ig-
t"cfs eti Mrs. O'Brien. who spent aceple of cough ad heal the lng pS Pte t b T. Moore. of Oala. Y ean'tmis Vl "
tric fans, electric massages. weeks in New York, returned Monday Ai eodt1 p- bottolen. SoT M- Yet.. n ight "AA an
to attend the play. that Is being got "otpolyDugt u a y ove aWt itte wil --- --o-
Waterat Tt up for the benefit of thelUbrary. Her .l I t ee
NCENT C. DETTERCH Manaermany friends are glad to see her SMALL AR FOR SALE vee a stock of uors an to see them -win a
VINCENTC. DETTERICH. Manager. acALL.FARMFR LkeptI tate-and will tiet you
-- -- The dance at Mrs. Pratt's on Friday For sale, a sa farm of 20 rl '
night was a grand uccess, every one located one mile wet of the depott s tat
r I enjoying themselves Immensely until n e and kno a st
midnighL The music was llfurnished tlle ble place: has one s ll e y levei-e p i MOUL .0ve a e.G e A
ICIA &or MACKDAoni by Licensed EH- Sold by alledrot-nistsWe.. Re cared :Itby., -clet And.,
by Mr. J. A. FFeeman and Sme T ._ tde;o i fencby med, anl text book a__--_, -i..nd _,t r .A ,araCt d. iH'# tllh i B

-Th-ma--. and was --rep-y en e b ato. nii a. a uric acid solvent and mm nWigl -Tr thea5aml. the -- ..
--IL ------- -D---O- CABINET ALMOST COMPLETE ante f epti c for the rtne. Takre pt th, iFoley' a
UnrTaNand Embalmer eneem a A r the M. .ar thes e Mar soon ao.t Ne.w or. eb

VE.TERINAR Y - *-4. -, ,ss ,s: ,- ...... . ^'to-..- .
Undo lakers Pnedmronlr often foltows Ia gripgper

but never follw the atine Chales '. reaeove s every day from Crymtal t '- A prg

--- Nay>a of St. Loude wp be Mr. Taff.sBRver choice oysters, both mtde and -iniai!!iir ^^-

City horses boarded by the month, secretary of commence and later. IL t *yste.s, salt and fresh water fish' -
or boafied and cared for if desired. A. Ballnger will be secretary of the, aa lGtt I caa give you te best .. r'.n--. : .
Horses fed also by day or meal. Interior. This statement is not ma It ash any oyte0a, tresh and proimpt- te 'L ..
Horsm and all domesticanimals upon the announeesmat of Mr. Taft y t dvered. tmloe 1 dty market; Il b L.Ra :7 7
tr e. Thoroughly upped for but its correctness may be aeeipte aset stall a the lest. 1-2p-tt 2-
tret. Thoroughly -Quipped for ^K ft without ut WilliAM unclH
performing any operation. without question. WILLIAM TUCi-A iA cultwtt. b e
Scientlflc horseshoving done. BAB YHANDS be a a aad thSe iYt t V Pleowhase Raft -l
P ilA will wet into mishleef-often it means. ad--t-- O, ;amar ta i
Fe GUERRAK~ 9 Va hurn or cut or scald. Apply Bal- How many tird fathes aand moth-
lard's Snow UIntment just as soo as ern in this town enter this race every. 0 7-
CITY VETERINARIAN the accident happens, and the pain nighy carrying a baby? And they won-
Day PheO 19 Night Phone 196 will be relieved wbhle the wound will der what the matter Is. Chances are 0 -- --" .
S heal nicely and quickly. A sure cure the child is atarvetg-worm are eat- I haves 4SN 3
---- -- -- - for spralns. rheumatism and all palms. Ig all of It feed. Most children have *I W S wN ere we a
Price 2c. 50t and $1 a bottle. Sold worms, yours needn't White's Cream A s b -w "" .' 1
by the Anti-Monopoly prugatore. Vermifuge will get rid.of the worms Comla-Or B
and s strengthen the child.' Price 25 Woo t*-U r an l
PRESIDENTE ROCA LOST cents per bottle. Sold by the Anti- doors cens all-
I b th AntiMonopoly Drgstore. pfls Wd S*Wtn aclw vh em i IL S.a S gt t wrsh
A Wreak U th -Ca ar of Li ves i w m-- ..e, Uo 17. e k
S e n th A si C PIANO CONTESTANTS, give you prkwiC JA
I nuenos Ayres, Feb. 21.-The Arn- TAKE NOTICE sova m SL writeS s -
tine steamer Presidente Roca, frop I have this day received an elegant 129?:3I-t St.
southern port, according. to reports $40 piano that I am authorobed to v y : '
received here has been wrecked be- R tor 8270. on eay terms Can sad
twees Puerto de San Antonio and m e It at my home, 127 South Sixth .
SPuerto Madrin. on the east coast. The street. A. Lasteord. Phone 29 We hew --"" *s o
o t s.ank ad twenray lves wetfr e O h |-|. Bal le
r mpt .erVce lo. Three hundred and Mifypae- Thisis jst the time of year when* an are& fSa
ep.. -anl. vhm-a&% Ot&ewar auabWss at- ..3t5l bt &JttikZfA

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C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll,
Editors and Publishers.


R. R. CARROLL, Business Manager


Seldom has such an Intense interest
been displayed in Ocala as in the
brilliant concert and entertainment to
be held tonight In the Armory theater.
Th- famous Theodore* Human, who
has toured all the European countries.
Including Prance, Germany. Belgiumn
Austria-Hungary, R ssia. scoring a
tremendous success everywhere, play-
ing before the esar in the latter coun-
try, will play to a full hcuse tonight
and the regret of the management is
that the theater is not twice the si*e
for it seems that every person In
Ocala Is anxious to hear the c-l.-brattd
violin virtuoso.
In his Interesting career Human has
earned many sobriquets by his mar-
velous playing. being called the "Wis-
.ard of the Bow," "The Soul Awaken-
er." and "The Versatile Virtuoso," and
many other flattering titles through-
out the world.,
It is the first time in the history of
the city that a celebrated violinist has
given a concert here and naturally the
people of Ocala have gone into rap-
tures over the coming of Human, who
ranks among the greatest vioHnists of
the day.
Human w!ll play on his priceless old
Instrument, the rare violin for which
he has refused hundreds of offers.
ranging away aip in the thousands.
He has selected the gems of his
enormous repertoire with the result
that the program is one the most fas-
cinating and Interesting character. ap-
pealing to every nature-music that
will leave a life-long Impression upon
the hearts of tie listeners.
As a leading musical authority re-
cently said: "Theodore Human holds
his audience in a state of enchant-
ment-they are transported to a sub-
lime atmosphere and feel as If they
could linger forever in the wonder-
land of music."
Historical tableaux, appropriate to
the patriotic Importance of today, will
be enacted, over 15 well known local
people participating. Summed up.
this will be a delightful and most en-
Joya.le evening, a rare treat indeed.
The admission prices are only 60c. and
75c., and the tickets may be secured
at the Ocala News Co.


The Rev. J. J. Thompson. associate
superintendent of the Anti-aloon
League of the state of Florida. occu-
pied the pulpit at the Baptist church
yesterday %morning. He read for the
scriptural lesson part of the 37th
Psalm and gave a beautiful compo-
sition of that Psalm, saylng that It
taught the slowness of reform and
that people should not be discoturag-
ed at that slowness.
For his text he selected the 94th
Psalm, 16th verse. God's call for vol-
unteers. He said that when the na-
tion called for volunteers a few years
ago to fight Its battles in the Cuban
war there were more men)offered than
could be used. but it was different
when God called men and women for
work along the lines of aggressive re-
form. He said that after centuries of
practice Satan's forces were thorough-
ly organised and in nothing was this
better exemplified than in the baleful
influence of the legalized liquor traf-
Re: said there was not a single evil
that nu could think 6f but what
could Ie traced to this traffic and on
the other hand he challenged his au-
dience to point out a solitary Instance
where any act for good either direct-
ly or Indirectly came from the same
traffic. He drew a line between the
men who are engaged in the traffic;
and the traffic Itself; said that while
the church was doing a wonderful
work in opposing the traffic they
were not calling down rebuke on the
heads of the men engaged in It.
He said that it was mainly the
work of the church that 15,000 saloons
in the United States were put out of
business ast year. and that while the
South gets a tremendous credit for the
work in her section, yet as a mutter of
fact there were four saloons put out

of business in the north during that
time for every one in the South. This
he explained, however, by the fact
that there were so many more north
than south ef Mason & Dixon's line.
He spoke of the criminality of the
law; that while allowing a county
the right to vote Itself dry, yet per-
mitted other counties or citiUeA to null-
ify that vote by shipping in to it liq-
uor by the car load.
He stated that the Anti-Saloon
League was a confederation of the
churches of the state, consolidating the
work of the county with that of the
state, making one grand unity of work
and purpose to overthrow this real
evil. He congratulated Marion county
on the men who she had elected to
represent her in the next legislature;
spoke of the fight ahead of then. say'
ing that Jacksonville had sent repre-
sentatives to 750 of the largest deal-
ers and manufacturers of liquor in the
United States calling for funds t1
help their side In that fight, said flghi
being their opposition to the resoli-
tion. submitting to the people a con-
stitutional amendment prohibiting the
manufacture or sale of alcoholic liq-
uors for beverage purposes in the
state of Florida.
Time only permitted him to toauc
on the wonderful results of prohibi-
tion In the city of Oklahoma since the
liquor was dumped into the gutter
Said the retail trade had increased 31
per cnt, manufactures 6% per cent
and Jobbing 13 per cent. showing thai
it was a long way from being a dead



The Hunter Drugstore was sold
Saturday afternoon. The new owners
are Messrs. Emmet E. Robinson and
Alfred J. Beck. The new firm will
change the name of the, store to "The
Court Pharmacy" and the store's
*middle name" will be "The Drurtere
on the Square." which catch pbrase is.
destined to become famous i to se
parts or the young men who have the
store's destiny in their hatd will be
much disappointed in their plans.
Mr. Beek win be the manager of the
store and will take charge about the
first of March. when he will leave the
Postoffice Drugstore, though the new
firm is now -in possemsson of the store
and has been .since Saturday. Mr.
Fred Lovall, the present manager, will
remain In charge until Mr. Beck
takes hold of the business.
The two young men, who now own
this store are too well known by the
citizens of this city to need a lengthy
Introduction here. However,. It -I
not be amiss to say a few wort 'V
them. for the benefit of those who do
not personally know them.
Mr. Alfred Beck was not born here,
as many think. bht came here at the
age of two years. He was bora la Al-
abama. He has scarcely eem absent
from the city for a month. *exepi for
the years he was attending colse.
He graduated with a very high mark
from the New York College of Phar-
macy, one of the best and most ex-
acting colleges of its kind nla the
country. He has been with the Post-
ot0ce Drugstor, for tee years and has
had a splendid practical training and,
in addition to his college course, has
passed through many years of the
"school of experience." and is said to
be on.- of the best and most careful
pharmacists in the state. He is a
bright young business man as well
'and is popular with all classes, an-
other valuable asset ia i biuaesw of
this kind. very one Bkes "Doc"
Beek and he likes every oae else. -
Mr. Ekpmett Robinson has lived In
Ocala for seven years. coming bre
from Savannah. Though he will not
have a hand in the inside manaqw-
ment of the store. Mr. RobInson Is
half a druggist and was for sevqa$
years in a store of this Ikad. He. s;
secretary and office manager for Mr.
R. 8. Hall's vast Interests in the state.
which responsible positton he has Al-
ed for several years and to one of the
most originally bright young 'en of
this section of the state, and has a
most roseate future. He, too, .is very
popular and widely acquainted.
"The Court Pharmacy" is one of the
handsomest drugstores in the state
and one of the mercantile "show
places" of Oeala. The store s wll
stocked and has the most beautitfl,
modern and convenient fixtures, soda
fountain and equipment soint of
Jacksonville, ranking with the most
up-to-date stores of that city.
The new proprietors will Immed-
iately add more stock and Introduce
some changes and Improvements. The
soda fountain and lee cream depart-
ment will be given especial attention
this spring and summer and a' a
place of resort for the people Wf the
community every Inducement *ill be.
Success to the young men In their
business venture, is the wish and
prophecy of the management of the

It is with Justifiable pride that we
point to our new stock of spring dress
goods Just received from the New
York market. The goods embrace
both domestic and imported goods and
are the most beautiful and original
that we have ever carried. We cor-
dially invite the ladles to come in and
let us show them the goods. Rhela-
auer & Company.,

Physicians' precnpripss. fa*ly l'.
dipes, all orders for mndletas t iled
order posittv6 guarantee at thie AMtt-
Monopoly Drugstore. Only Squlbbi
chemicals a"d PWake Davis & Co.'s
drugs sold at wa sto-botha 'tawa-
teewing puir an

Now to the time to your gsr-
dm. We hav A kinds 09 garden.
"aed for taR planting. Tydla~ Co.

An pportmunty to secure' a' pretty
silk dress or waist patteeam eor a very
little money Is offered to the bagalst
sale of silks at the H. .IL Mante Co.

FOR SALE-At city touWd, stable
fertilizer. 56c. per load, cash. 1-20-1m

C. R. Kiuger, the Jeweler, 10.M Vir-
ginia ave., Indianapolis, Ind., writes:
"I was so weak from kidney trouble
that I could hardly Walk a hundred
feet. Four bottle of F'oley's X ld
Remedy cleared my complexion, ured
my backache and the Irregularitiles
disappeared, and I can now attend toW
business every day, and recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy to alU suffer-
era. as It cured me after the doctors
and other remedies had failed." Sold
by all druggists.

Neuya and La Lurne, two new
perfumes at the Postofflee Drug-

Use Plank's Chin Toonic, uaran-
teed. Price 26c. Sold by all druggists.

R. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksonville,
will ell any make at seemo -hand
typewriter upon ma ter It f .i

FOR SALE-My household furni-
ture.. Please call and Inspect same.
Abe Brown. -1-23

We carry the best Iula of tLlet ar-
Ucles, soaAs, perfumes, etc. in the
city. Come In and be eavbtead. Ty-
Jings & Co.

FOR RENT-Three romas on sec-
and floor, all fitted up for oomse;eep-
g; water and bath. P. IL Gillen.
SPtfta street. 1.30-tf

I. C. Davis & Co., at Jacksonvifle,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, T7c.
ash:2-S ao mm


Yesterday morning Mr. ed Carmi-
chael asked a Star man if be did not
wait to take a little trip to Silver
Springs and a few miles down the
run. On a day as beautiful a yester-
day there is not a more delightful
ride to be had in the state, over the

fine hard- road to the springs and
down the run In a swift launch, and
the invitation was eagerly accepted.
At the springs, after showiag a
northern visitor who was with as the
marvelous beautle of the spriags In
Mr. Carmicbaers launch m"'daoo," we
ran down three umies to Alxaadat
landing, the pretty o01 OtWI
chaels, tylag the BaUac att
and were saho VN, the O sId a-d
through thse iMjhgs c this smoe4r

fla.Me a4dig to irt. ig.-nsg, a
they di.: several years agp, with the
parchaie of the Frank Lyovs home-
stead, they began clearing land and
buying other tracts, until now they
nave an immense acreage. The land
is the richest in the state, as all Qf tho
Silver Springs rue land Is. Here the
strip between te river and rolling
pine tod beyond I lM-ck 0,sead
of yPie.- 1 Te hNd p =AVns
all high and dry ad ys fto aM uw
distance along the river, rmning bne
and including a samtciency of the pine
land, which Is also good and heavily
timbered. At this point the owners
have about 200 acres in a state of cul-
tivdtlao and are adding to the culti-
-Vated area each season. Farther down
the run there Ib another old field of
150 acres, out of cultivation for a num-
ewr of years. and this, too. will soon
b." reclaimed.
This is one of the oldest clearingk
on the river or the ruM a d was tiled
twrtoe the war. Oats is the big crop
on the fields and the crop this year Is
a sight worth' seeing. There Is also a
good deal of sugar cane planted, and
the yield of both of these erop a of
this ria land is very bhavy. Mr. Car-
mtchael baa a quarter of a asre la
al*dfa as an experitaet. Then ota
two orange grov o severalO aRia
each. One to just comala Into bear
tag and the other I 'newly set outs
With themeMpto of a few tangerine.
tree, Just budded, there was not a
lea withered th orange trees.
O0 this term the owners have a
neat two-stery house, which Is kept
furanabed ^u1 tue time pad where
,members of the family go foe an out-
lag or when staying on the farm In
the .busy season. There Is also a.
house for the superintendent, who is
always on the place, and half a dosen
comfortable cottages for the colored
The barn. arrangement on this place
t1 ideal and well worth pattematin af-
ter. There are really three .sets of
barns of two each, Immense buildings.
arranged with an Idea of economising
time and space., In the big barn where
the live stock is kept the feeding ts
all done from overhead and In, five
minutes one man can feed the 2 head
of horses and mules. In the hay biar
there lb a patent track overhead with
pulleys, and chains and a huge spear
device, which comes down. -leree a
load of hay and takes it aloft, storing
it until 4t is wanted for balling.
There is n the place every modern
farming impement. The owners seem
to have a nanis for buying Inqroed
machinery aad each barn was fled
with it There are two big preisse
for bailing hay and heavier forage.
These are operated by a gasolene en-
gine and another engine pumps water
into the big tank near the house, from
whence pipes lead into the house, the
nearby laborers' houses, superintend-
ent's house and to the barns. The
water is pumped from the clear., wat-
ers of the ran and to always fresh and
pure. There w as a a flock of tur-
keys running .about the place, and
Mr. CarmwA .l said that over 100.
were raised last season without a iNar-
ticle of care or expense.
The entire tract is fenced along the
outside or hack, to the river at each
end with Amrican field fepce and
a good Mahy. head of Unimproved eattls
sad hogs are raised on the place. The
hm to equipped, with work gbop
ad MaceButh sop, where all ord-
Inary repairing can be made right otn
the place. The location on the river
is ideal and the view a most enticing
At (he hduse a large veranda is en-
tirely, screened in with wire, so that
Whe' nmosqultees are bausy one can
it ot and ajoy the e1ventas with-
ouw fear of a ott. Both Mr. ma ad
Mr. G. A. Carmichael delight nla st
Ing on the farm an one or the other
may be found there at almost all
times. They are fond of company aaId
there Is always a bed and a -elome
to a friend, who wishes to come ,out
and speed a while with them.
In a few years this place wfIl be one
, -,the show spots oa the river and a
I farm with few equals in the state.


Best fertilizer for garden, grass or
flowers. $1 per two-horse load. B.
H. Seymour. 12-1i

When visiting the Tampa fair do
not Wail to call at the South Florida
Ma t Orde* Howse, 101 Lafayette
street, Just s you start across the
bridge and see John T. Moore of
Ocala, the manager. He will give you
a warm wel eme and show you a
strictly first-class stock of wl$skles.
wised and beers.

Two post, cards c. Mill's Stado.


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sick womes **8 L Low
some preparatons sold for
Its sterling curative virtua -8sS
It poeitoa nla the front ranks, where It Saturday afternoon Miss Bther
60ood o1 tw decades ago. As an ina. Weathers entertained internally at
lgorav grto i a taM W hIg e i Ybridge-There were two tabhb o4
who wasu' f Shut. 44m
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$5.00 Down and $5.00 a Month

Call For Prclr


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Ocala, Pla.


that Is popular with bokkeper, ac-
countants. clerks and everyone who
uses blank books, mercantile and so-
clal stationery you can secure at all
times trpm our superior stoek. We
have everything In this line of the
beat manufacture In blank books,
stationery. typewriting supplies. Inks,
pastes, mucllage. etc, at prices that
are inducements to those umal targe

Ocala ews o.

Humor .aa Philosophy

Oh. little does a. fellow think
As, by some lady smitten.
He turns and follows her about
Just like a little kitten
That he if slipping on a noose,
Or. more precise, a halter
Is being tied about his neck-
To lead him should be falter.
The noose. the halter or the string ,
His constant bondage l oen.
Is nothing mystical or ) -U
In language tizures SlAODen.
It is. ai he will later
As dies away his laughter.
The common necktie that he tW s
Which she will pick hcre:.fter.
,aeb scarf t.rav" that be fst *
is vilth hibhro-t connectlag; .
A plain one or a loud cravat.
Will be of tier ielectu:g.
What whims In neckwear he may have
Unto will not be pandered.
She'll do the buying, and her taste
Will be the family standard.
This little badge of servitude
Mayr gall or chafe or humble.
He cannot break away and down
To freedom take a tumble.
He may attenmt It once or twice,
Swear hc'ir be fiMe. by thuader! .
She'll turn on hhn reproachful ey A
Aad be will knuckle under.
No Monotny TN

"That woman has several kinds
"Why. the dlireputable'-
"Oh. no; not at all."
"Wbht do you wean?"
"Vaudeville actor. Changes bill 01
,/ a week and always tries bi part
on the family."


His Worry Over.
"Got ln your winter coal?"
"Yes. I am happy to say."
"Got It paid for'**
"No, I am iappy to say."

Made a Diff.rene.
"Is steallug a kis grand or petty lar-
"Let me see the girl Arst."
Hardly a Gem..
To pain: the ly Is a useless.thing.
Gilding fine gold is but a waste of tisM
But any person competent to sing
Might easUy improve this modest rhyme.

Call In ana see the pretty line of
fancy Imported China that we are
dijplayln. The Anti-Monop ly Drug



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With tW Greated num of
Fun-Maker ever BAnded
--,- ogetherIJnder One
Tr14 Prqer am 1 Beds

Prices: 35 and 50 Cents

ts u" Sae at a Bubuews CO.

We have one of the most beautiful
seeks of new emburdteries, laces and
i#h*ertfoas ever brOuglt to Florida.
The ladies art'requested to call at the
store and 16ok them oee. Rhelnauer
& Company.
Mrs. H. M. Hampton has been via-
IPing friends In. Tampa for the last
fcw days.

Mr. Charles Bard, aventeen years
ago a resident of this city, is here
ft oin his home In Ahbeville, renewing
o! I acquaintances.

LOST--A white belt with stee ing
silver buckle, on streets of Ocqla.
Finder will be liberally rewarded by
leaving same at the Star office. 2-22

If your child bekwis Wd M Af
studies-does not Ie to stW ie
symptoms of headache, you ,wfl
ably fnd that there ft Iso-m 1M
em uble. "'. :. > '-
There may be so ou.twa s fs at
a detect. yet the erA should be ex-
amined to make sure thert ia o sJalt
In them.
S ygaght SpeelaUst.
; Oeala.Fla.
Office .ours: .40 I.t a: a. 'and
1:30 to 4:30 p. .a Optical dfie amnd
laboratory, rooms 1 and 4 Gary block
The Star has gfteeved a post card
photo of the big la lthes the* sthae
quSaries Inl Ildna trying out the
hqe marble ecfdv er .tlem Ocala
public beildlna.
Neuy. and La Lmerae. two new
perfumes at the Postofflce Drug
ff e
Smoeum summ rieut thm the

Post eards at Pisbel' "
K. of P. meet to .ca
Post cards at FPlshes, one cent. Pach .......... 4u
Royal Searlet Yadlew Fre
-r..ks eet tomorrow "nine. Peahes........... pr di
-- Reobin Hsd Lemuas Cline
' phot s.Ic. Milw Stud. Psohe... ... ... ..sf pe de
Robin Hood VYsmw Free
i5 pbotos, 2c. Miars Studio. ..Peaches ... .. ... .-# per dee
Lily White LemmA CilgU
Odd Pellows meet tomorrow night. Peaches... ... ..*.. P.4I per doe
Lily White Leaeen CSef
Post cards at Fisbel's. PRaos ... ... ... ...OW par do
Royal Scarlet White
Eagles aKwt WedneNday fvfeag. Cherries... .........i pser des
Robin Hooeed White
Poet card sale at Fishers, one cent. Cherries............P d-
WANTED-11CM people to have
their pictures taken at MIlH Studio. IE M .
Anyt. a Inha the stationery lime at rB
the Ocala Newn OB. Bt ck Ib iL
Mrs. Chas. K. Sage it Ill at her Fr a -*- -

home on South Seeoad street.
Post cards one cent at MFhers.

lor. Ben BordM I.,
Teneyck, Sam and Bt
The toftwig eitteeug
the tbnd to vbt Uk
tourtst eity ad mWate-._ee
P a'. t.,5 Amber

services are often s t. ,tMh .
bher. however, are very baW asO S
cannot often respod ttO *
tksei. &M are otewnt te

Mr. M. Haughton spent Sunday with I u ll. V UUI VUIII3 Wo*<
bis family at the Ocala House. .
256 pO% 2. M2W f StudIA

MOm Temps."
A we knows drateio tle writes
Pot cards at Fishel's, one cent. of RSm Crane' -- '
"Here the voice oft poet -1" II l
There were 30 arrivals at the Ocala The artist portrays en the cnvs & locke i 'a
House today. picture of striking beauty, nMi t gatt of
some masterpieces of literature, w ei .
Miss Amy Blanchard has returned interpreting its motive. And them l
from a visit to friends in Jacksonville seating himself at the piano, seoftly bb W
, touches the keys while impresl Hy i-
NeuVa and La Luserne, two new reciting the poem. Thus is the crown- le wS ,
perfumes at the Posetffce Drug. Ing touch of beauty placed upon a er J L
Btore program fled with ight and beauty't" ta w eiams .w M'as mi -
The peuop e 1 ear eity wilt nhave an ster tje
Miss, Rhoda Uddon. who teaches opportunIty to aeethis artt-loetat at. ,.. V..iU
wbeoott MMartin. spent SOnday at her the aAwu uBla eveeni ( f .e alace* M .
huome in this city. now B ea e Oaa .M -A. i
Send uas yor precrip budam Victor Igrtiat say at I s ig
We are theoiuhS1 ppae to handle Banner spett, his Pegasasa with a odr T"
It. Tydlns A Ce bhip a, it reminded the .ire remet to&
much 'of another amia, whi i am sU n
Mr. W. D. Graham returned home undeserved slur on Vcls' 'se T *1- imBdsS.a
early Sunday morning from a businea sinuating that it rides Oe fitae trip to Jacksonville. mule. '
We are showing the new spring Judging by the edtotal headd
styles in belts, neckwear, gloves, hoee, "'Us' Rfo NmeW" in, Sndy's pmass. .r s .o. -i
etc. RhIm er & Co. the editor Oat paper has eo -i eean
the 'clsnelloa that be,* A, etov a- e~ld- o
Mrs A C. CO. b and titledaughter li, ,leon .Ma -.*, m
returned today froa their visa to .a_. .. -- t ,
Alschuea. A I e
Mr. F. P. Thagard came in Sunday ed
morning from Jacksonvtill to spend, taoo 5 d m- tlIMS U lit lA -'
tfw dars with his samly. ported dres patter ',M t.hai e m
_ew u ad been reotelE A the mee btifl d MIS OUWd 11
Beautiful e1W durtw ade s r .. exclusive oods ,ever hrao t thi-.-
-- ---. Witelityt. ."
80and UU g rin thet arpet. depaft- i -.a
hemt, e.ond eor. ihenauer & Co. .. c m Okiawata -
Mr. siph T. M eR (L a poettyM paAe.
Dr. A Ibert L ClimeV. S., and Ida 1 Is the 0 o 0I kI#E c With |
pretty bride, paid the Star an appre-. In no t ,
elated call tisa morailn. before re- ~- finethr.leors r'ib turning to their home In Gainevill. l"ow t- wn t' *; -
WANMED-Posltion by experienced Mr. Albert Birdse'y, -. acon. f .h a-ad l at
lady stenographer: references far- 13 In the city t11 a des6. Mrs. any y tzv
nished: familar with law and comn- ,irdkey and ttle dua haaV eela -1 I
merdoil work. Address, Stenographer, In osla for tTheT past wit Mrs. Spr.iag -rtnr ws r u _
Box 211, OQala. 2-10-tt Li-.sleey's parents, Col. ,and Mrs. J. M. o.Rte the lower floor iof the Mb
Martin. Miss Weston, in a pretty whit
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dixon are again M tMae low Meek wit elb ner.rt
in Ocala after several weeks spent In Mr. and Mrs. C. P..- and Utt wokeia y
South Carolina with relatives. They son of Teirell, who h foW t
have rooms at 4Mr. C. J. Philipa. ,for several days vlti MiIa as j.. -
sis*raU, Ma. *. C. Sth? our deopat est of ready mae gar- M. Barce, retuated home imdby. M bl'
met ts or offer especially at- ,.na,B wnIr g ofo il ta a OIf g tihe
itysctilon thm eon. Eenauer ingI soumg tdy. i vUittag Mrs. Saith. shehit
Ms a AjdeopW :d two t puach w ervet
Harry Matsha. formerly night op- ang o older 44 -her fcous et 60k
erator of the Seaboard In this city, Ana nn Banders Thar al ra .
has won for a .ife a charming yPomg 8. C. who Is pee wbter w tl or
lady .ad is "aow agent for the Sea- her. are the gM e ui. A'. i
board at Coleman. Harry is a good parent, Eeajr d -MMt It e WV o
boy and deserves success.
S-Mrs. W. '.' v Colba t ne .--L
OuW store Is showl WMany new pat- AltHetand Turay. tleft tedqa
terna tPretty wash goods. Rhetaauer River, near MiamI, where d .tl w "
& Cogahy. 7pend a i&ea o r x Wtalith O e ,a at-
Peost card'ale at Fishelrs. one cent.
Charles Brabhaat of the Gainesillete Ts "
Sun, well and favorably known ftn
Oerala, was in town Sunday, visiting N lo-,I
his numerous friends. iwft. im".. .s -

AMies Sallte Brigance of Clarksville. to meet em Imy M O
Tenn., who spent last winter with her Uses the T following: ME ea pe Rg tanou.
brother, Mrs,. R. Brigance. has re- B a oElizabeth lNewss om, leoln Oawttnis
turned to awhile. Jean Teaguetta Hood. Sam Davis.
.. o' '. . Margaret Anderson. feanor Crom,
pw- s11 two" l~"". 4y fmag we t 0en Clarkson, Helen Brown. Gracea

:La$ at ig & Chole eabet t au 1 "o - 6 l.

Mr. Joitn Saterd and MK. e nlaMn* *'*lt
ar e a the city, guests of -'
I vfae .t*Ie 'd 4 Sh Mr. I ". wray west dwnP to i .
and wIt. JohI. Jr. is 4el wil I Dunnelhon as m minSg to laeree w ..-- T
Ahertila where s hoMes an tM thw amee e terest o t'. : W. t he -ater ed
ant position as electrician. a e Co. r. '
This afteraden at 1 o'clock Mie ,
Meta Jewett' sunday tmelool clamS wtry cota rdIuwne. of'b Mother "Gra ...- nI
gave a pretty Georqe W hange c., pzrlved fai mt certat. poisaut

no to. their Leaten box and uites a been with a party rtd fhi a fe w hs plesant unip et
at at Kiass Jaewset' a prhome. t 3 as nsh gut 6 t-em p had Iagw to you Aave.*i
te< j M T mat l days at St. Petea Ahi cents, or lapent
wI s pinning V's on a cherry tree. 2 -- CO. i N Y.
This cleam 11 strive to make t*e lr. R T. Pendoe. w as been.sth *
largest atm tering I the ais' the Tampa ant Jacb Sntle railroad NOTICE <.,
copel Sunday school and they made a la mfr msmee time, is ha the ; 3
most noble beganluar this afternoon. ety, a gase of the M 4itexsa. To the credsitr 3, .-.t-L..
"hoee In thelass are Misaee lesn ......... .-;- hrIbatees and aS'-n
and Lucy Moorbead. Etta Bogle Syd- o >

ney Harold andU Cameron Ganmsby. Hlyhate A. U ki
Ramp Chambers was unpleasantly Tabe Bettee tkait'wu
wirpdred yesterday imering bb an t" h 3Q o Tf *e., 2l
attack from one of his pets, the back ed at
deer. whias tdok him unawares and x lte L ii T
keacked him owa, sand then tried toM m w. tSr-
p oa oamn wft h im nfaW'eet whiih a

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MONDAY FELD fl*s-s ..:

Our Complete Lte of--t-at-the ""o""u+"---a
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wi .f wp, .,,,, Pu.amO." There was also writ.-

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whom be ha t ak e afan and at ads eaftM6 th<..1t. .k ..q'a

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Tr the play h- f"ter, who ws In thee
Sseetheater, feat .aefotelle as lant- t emp. O e

anTm m 1&T^ tfm o a p helam fo y horadne+Im IThir IaIA V Ii n IMI I ItI A I

In tretM Cwwop Pdtoovab s ad p -apt
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t he a 1 4- I i I*h ae a better gamtf Tb& F.& O@Uvocatimt" the o tW Umhi a* *n
Our Comnplete Liine oiei~ rt~~~i.K^^
Eiwamiiiel Ware. hras drlmft^' l ther In 10e st at7n, M
Park w boo beheadtakesa h et toad -er ae arm.0 h.ld1,-
Price fore w se adthe atr m o was Icad -am em t oofl 10i010-oft .
.0 at th e f t the bo rn.toth Is*~

oo, This wil t.l be Your Chance stand,. -T.,.- a at
aTMe pumh Of aR M 4 the 00 K, romutb- nd b me w -0
to urnish Your -,-112^
Kitchen Cheaplyngat~W R~t~t LA.Bevlr

SE TE WIND DSL demoles toa her TmgHtew *'a WSfotl.i0i,*va--.
lw1at the "ae0 e "t-that h ad "PMf ther b.4ad "
U telegraphed to U mal7y p,,11ton,' t Come In t'l,** b 1*" l l. O 'If II"I i .
-a il who mM meet h at ter e t r ^^^ t .nd. a :rpe 5 6..

otwa he ed h im a Mr t o m aor andce PA. A. ,*, ,,f tM S It A Bl
oa thy aaer la un for hemcut bRme. -r fo Ce W ote 0

Our Com plete A 0m Xu Of I"a ? two a-t t.- he --,db ...... pterN. 1, U --- & Xd. an f f^-. 'Vs
T c Vbarcy S o rtN*y" ar m n, a I N a I
N. LOUGH k -"k._

e otto hr i .o to aria e. d o Jake Bown, secretary VW

G"ET TWIEa- T. HE Am a H -' h. + .hei
FOR O1ltE-HAF THE COST U"PI accept them"said rndemol. always bere to mae good en azn- th.aM. .. i rf
tofle 'FaeeY tue are eo aemoo thing we sei yon and are *i ha thM to t
Ch seal you at- tp asan onem0 th haepo rto ithiB
DYUSN Uncl Gaston formed man plan uutryf. Come in early and make MaSt ( , ^ h (T
KQiutle Dumit ot her oro-f eka i heave km..? VA" wield ti he 1
---BB^^--f&B *li--4^ Bales. Noe~of them emeseemced to epctu *f oam -o Is~ thew ftu qrfe4
*irC~lr *I IU I V corn to a head, butt the attentlos abe TOXPKIS8. COBB A PI^HOTA wm it t wttmdp~ mta1
TUEGSII I IIlt f III bW-I Ia I- K a t a, A l. .
epp ty. o er alents as n aw bt b l Ai
SEE GETTHHEIN OWDISLA wfI, ierbe tt shbe flfrI
a t couM paty admaSatIb y, b"
tind tau her peat dincarc 00 = I so an& Is
no 1 h'hspAt tce Itakea
H. asVU TU*EEfzr:: IaUGII I __

M L^ iIS her. She ws very aMlm daw *
ed out t hho W&bw 'lo b uardaMI s

u u to ly p w r h a bta t l aI h e r u p w a r d W Oi T1M m a k e t h e a nadVrr t a i
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