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: 02 25, 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: VID03100
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. 23.





Office Over Munroe & Chambliss'




Rooms 9, 10 and II,
Second Floor, Holder Block,


Dental Surpgeon
Mete ver C 2.cMI 3
Phone 211
Ofte. Houre-4 to 12 .. m.; I b t m

Charles D. Hulbert. 0D.

Office Second Floor The Mewrs* sad
Chamblius Bank Bulidln. Oealat

Telephones: Office, 222: Residence. 21t
Office Hours
9-12 a. m.. 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-3it U m.



Plans furnished
. on application.

P.O.3Box N.

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Opens into the lobby of the
Ocala House.

S, Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly' sanitary. Elec-
tric fans, electric massages.
eR IM biMbg Water at antr


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F e Castes uiaSail es
S Af Work Dope by Licensed Em-
belmers and Fully Guaranteed.,



City horses boarded by the moNts1,
or boarded and cared for If deidrad.
Hores ted aloo by day or meal.
Horse! and all -dmeetle animals
treated. Thoreathly *quipped for
performing any operation.
Selntific horeshboeing done.

P. GU R NT, Y. S.
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theme sx-a-atr aked

Qei~lttiinmisyoftbb Awd of I
A~nred, andw heSatsUCm Now
Colsoth & 011M 00T031M


stlpatios. Vhelb amd t
er comptita. Sold b. G AutIMt4
nopoly DrM gore.
Ohio Valley it. Wreeti4g wids at
fM qwR Wk'e, IW '" "
L.oulsville. Feb. .St.-The flood e"-f
editions which have prevailed here ft
the past two days are somewhat bet-
ter. although conditIonM are *IMl dis-
tremssla. Durlna the tweaty-*x hoier
preceding ifdnlqht tast night *Ie
inebee of rin fo1 which broke all
p0TIous records for a rainfall durng
a 'hnilar pered. All strels in tahe
deluged territory In Kentucky, In-'
diana and Tennessee are owrowlang
their banks. A good s predicted for
the Ohio river at ths petaL
PResumMia FPNews La Grippe
SPneumonia often follows la gripped
I bt never, fobwlls the at of PdW*a
fepey and Tar. for k grippe cqug00
and deep sated cold& P RAese any
but the renaule in the yellow package
Sdu Iby an dmbta

bsia 4ulte a strak thip
alqa n reasnu 1tesR a grept

*ralgbten and mornings upon artisag.
could Jst ebetk get around. I tri.a
nlaterm and nltment, but the a rdeef
thpe brought was Only PUght an
te onrvh. nWh I tea ed of Demis
Bd PUil. I obtained a box aifd
tound that they acted JUht as rp.
ated. When I had used the cen-
tents of this t-x the baeekche, hba
ceased and my baik felt strouagr.*
Plenty mre proof like this fro-i
Ocala people. Call at Tydtags & Cat*
drug store and a.k what their cua~-
mefts report.
Por sale by all dealers. Price a
renta.L Foter-Milburn Co, BuffkL
New York. sole agent for' the Untd
Remenaber the name-Doan'e-- ue
tak so other.
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A Wis uMu i. . ",..,"

rem6 t to 1s years. i
knife- He l teliowc this crime by
stabMIW several horses and ow, f tr-he back of a w
tlg the barn and house and then eut- the ak of pe
ting his own throat. sonm fair a idu
After killing the children Hansm -
went to the barn and abb t.S
horses, cows and P iI
owtb np andAMIi l

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a woman N 1 v N n aU He Jacksonvfe. Feb. 2S.-E -Gov. W.
Drew Hig PtFtl S. J.emase, attorney ftor the board of
drainage commissioners of Florida.
Nalv*lle. Feb. b L-In a da r amatie b J teen" "'Inftored by the drk
recital emphaised by the enestness of the UnltO4 States eitrott court of
of his *peech Colm l Cooper detailed appeal tMt tha a i of J
on the witness stAnd eterday his Lacke alnat sals Wilh y
story of the shootian of Senator Car- the Mad ominim, to tat x4* os-
mack. He denied that he had shot at stetlemeaiy t the **a.ka tax, has
Carmack ir dropped his platO! to the tLen affirmed by the Srt rf appeals.
ground after shootta. He also de- It wHl be "remibered that ast
nied that he had a e o" t p trpoeely sirt were ftstltuted by certain land
to find Carmack and lav It out with .mlpami. vi :
him." The eathern States Land and Tim-
Colonel Cooper told of e eb cm -eapipy, waing 598.963 acres.
attacks the dead .madl4pR M -t "' and Compa_..
tin t o

defendants. Cooel -Coope emi tlt 4 b
Hto atory 4bonNaa" ita t r ,
maine partlcr the atory of th
sbootft as detasied by fatb f aspe, fmpasa ses.
and later by John Sharpe. hi co- by
defendants. Coloel Cooper Mld that cog .t oFF
whe0 he came upon Chrmack la the t U KW
street on the tatal day be stita es MA
to him; -Mr. Carmack;" He said that
oanmiak nmade so reply, but reached
into his pocket adpuoted oatta p.- a i
tol. at the.eamre tihsbe pi6ushima .re
Mastmian between taiem m 4 CWfid o"
Cooper. Colonel opera he Mae, M
ome remark to CauM ik about it be-' M| ., W.
aing "damned cowaoTay to.m beliat a
woman when -l heM a h i ..s
had." and that Ja -din st
Coper, wa shot, -ad at athet t
san Mlte Can.ack rMeefd .and AW
When Carmack fell isbe pt his. n s g
gun into him, hip pocket ad aceoui- 1
pan led his seoa to the .0r tWry. an w",t Uth i .
tRobn's wounds were AgM.e. 0 -im -the fi
saRs WITHr A.1T 4 O0 MO b. g a
or salded by., vwtmed iettl i.
with a knmfe-*ruleId by itanib 'ar
door-injmred by .a gns. or Wa a
ether way-the thieg neeed at o *m At M-.
Is. Bucklen's Ait, 'ale to Sbd ....
tnfhartnattan a mnd 3t the pab.r rg-I r Mv' l- W' .
earth's sfupreme ebaler. infouttle 1w, am"*e*i* bjt
bons, ulersk a
plles. 2e at an dru w
h-_t I c A t arrelier mk .B* "
I. L Carney, Tea x I. At S *

By treasurer's receipt ...... .1.33 I .
Hal. uncolle-ed Feb. I1-. .~LI 21.064.04 bnn dm A*a lar ohtm
C41..ty Preper
Uncollected Jan. 1, l ....$ 6,7au.18 SOUTHIRN ARKA1SAS SUFFERS
By treasurer's recent ...... M3.86
BatL uncoifcct.14,S Omd. kierad 3mod Mob.
Cri*s y asu.i*.eas~d s .*. nnL' eLA.&
Uncollected Jan. 1, lm....s1l.A.n
By teresu ree*ot.... .. t.s .s-e to o'W m
Bal. uencollected Fab. ,L 19. l#.U psie 5
oidiag wNch -mpt father.
Uneolected la. .lIefW....$ 944.2 tdat1
By treasurer', r*eipt4.... .. .S...n pior" .- .m -
HaL uaooe ct edte1dW. St.AS bm WbeS^leeJdiJ4
Uncotllected Ja. 1. 6... ..s.r meie I i b
Extras coeted ........ :.; n.- i z p
By treasurer's receIpt ...... 2.ssUM eV 1 e *m
BaL uscoilected, Febl 1. 1919 2. L* A
Uncelected JAp. LI1, .. .v1,4fl..1 te
By treasurer'r receipt ...... 4- 436% -Mj8rj "
Mt. tumbomeeted Feb. 1. I19" 9
Pta of OFlor0da, Marion County. *l
I. S. T. Sstunk, clerk eirsit c t ..ra -
hereby certigy that the above Is a
and corrnet utataneat of thfe:U' -
tor's account with Marlon iptp 4 Ua
the sub-school distr".tp. ash- ; ,M
appears upo" the hooke In n' one ^

(Seal). W. r. gstLak. IPa ff W v b
Clerk Cfrdit comet. wy. t. .en Ci 1 -,
Had melancholy, probably .caused by Plenty of OaNla n NeHave Thia
an Inactive liver. A bad liver makes -no
one cross and Irritable, cases men- Xea et
tal and physcal depreason and >,- Y-. C,
to aetmewgdghd: to be the'airfwt >- -4
of sorts, get a btstde eay ? *W *
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Dr. J. C. Booster.
Commercial Bank. Is
efforts to promote the
eats of Marion count
his offers of seed cor
those who will accept
It and try what they C
better and larger yield
did before. It is nee4
the man who tauses
grams to grow wber'
before," Is a public b
a word that Is the c
excellent public spirit
only is he deiirous
material condition of
classes, but to stimula
school boys and g!r
lines and get a bett
knowledge of the "fat
try." George Washlng
aspect and reverence
dear mother, a lesson
kamrn too thoroughly
Dr. Boozer will give a
.,or girl who will writ
on Washington and
displayed In a partly
you can see in a pictt
office of the Commef
conditions of this con
en later. Watch the
Star for it. The ervs
ed at the county fair

MRS. 8. F.
A letter from our c
P. Hosmer, from Lo
veys the sad news of
wife. which occurred
burg. Fla.. three wee
mains were taken to
Lowell for interment
Mr. and Mrs. IHosm
Ida In November. whi
habit for more than
spend the winter in
and Mrs. Hosmer had
Ocala. where some
spent a number of w
nouncement will be s:
those who knew this
an. To the sorrow
Star extends Its sym

The fire in Jacksoi
day afternoon was i
brick building on F
tween Laura and Ma
pled and owned bY
trial Supply Co.. an
Ing and stock was a
property must have
ble, but was tolerably
city was threatened
most destructive fire,
quite high.
Employed with th
Messrs. Chas. E. Tay
aid and Jim Farris. a
when they went in b
pelves. Messrs. R. E
Otto Mente. all forn

There is not one
S not desire to Impro
condition and that
Farming is your v(
calling. You are cc
how best you can im
lal condition. The
answered, but the w
success is not of a d
season. It simply n
work. and the mor
work. the greater t
pant of that success
better seed and bet
that seed. Besides
dIung better crops.
yIJd is the prospec
tofadd to your inc
oportunlty Is In I
ftru Dr. J. C. Booze
standing that you
thoro'agbly cultivate
place the product o0
Marion County Fa
Will you do it He
portunlty you are c
Ing for. always mi
that It Is work tha
intelligent work. T
conditions of that w
10. 15 or 20 bushel
to 0SO bushels and r
quired Is very little
old methods. Fern
your corn bins.

* Mrs. James Engr
tunate winner of t
pitno. The contest
23rd. Mrs. Looney
withdrew from the
fore It closed. Up
race was a very cl
o tulates Mrs.
Vood fortune.
V. R. Whaley. a

returned this morn
in which section b
for the past four y
at Lamar. Colo.. the
In grounds for Te:
at Rollins and Ro
and comes from th
where he Is empln
Pacific railroad. T
seat of large coal
and from which pol
coal go out daily.
well pleased with
he will return aftei
his parents In this


100. and 21

Some fto&s ttni


'row this into thed of Abraham Ineoth with the sol o gmranteed by all drugstores.. ,,,i ..wlee Prow, for
. you can have 30 eomiassionate exprssion that tol the WEATHmR O A to eow we 1V Ib. en seam 0 a0 E"t.
really the labor re- word that he IV and die fr ..
Smgreater than yourinanity.. I"at" ,* f w- ^.V- G.
greaters brac oup nn almost forgot to refer to the *.06ioptong rjeeiveq I o
Sbrace up is delineation of the Buwannee i rft in n r Lar-a ues- '-, t. t a .l "U
river. It .was a beautiful tribute to Portion. possibly heavier in mi arpor.-
.ser was the for- the song th t has cheered and-, tinia aadg, .
eed the hea rts o mil "ions.,ind -l ,r"
sthe Banner' pr the sad TO CUR A COLO IN ONE DAY. '

bt closed Fbruary trateo n that showed how.g t a piru. a f . S1 S^_ B.!S
,and MLP Blitch aTablets.e er d ay fro I p0a

Marion ounty ooy, chuillone. Sipe an River choice oyster M born Insde and d t o w O
race ten days ch-tory. r ITtle. Erbt _.ftud _. .. .
e thas n tim e- t Mr. Crane's presence to the armory oit alls to cIre. E. W yfl the Rtou Ie. & l
o haet oame. T he tta 't ight left s in press not soon to ature.9 is eS 0 t *be. will ''t m hemtt
ose ontt he r U a te wfo en. As one spectator t re l'n H-F IHit p DO YST E l- t t ft, r m f :09 -"
e marked his aetdh6 and talks em FRESH FI H AND OYSTERS
braced a minstrel show, a circus, a M,. ,im '~g- ww"i'--.m 3
r c ount.. theaters a lecture, a school and a I receive every day from Crystal -
rs. church kit rolled Into one. an River choice oysters. both Inside and ts 4a ...
ing from b the West. et pleases Instreets and Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water h .
He h as lid rgquwo people to this and thMnk and " I can give you the' ba atteaU
gars. Hee ha l irtghtly. nlu db any oysters, resh and prompt- WVd0A ,,X ag V
]MRcattle oly- delved. Phone 219 city market; os-4, a- "
cky Point Joanna Hawkins one of the rsteead ps. Sa the let. 1. 20-tt tat r
e last named point, colored missionaries to Florida after WILIAM TUCKER. eat V 'lb tgig
)yed by the Union the war and who with her husband for
bese towns are the many years ccupied what it known MORe ALE-My housebotd furol- Z_" aO -

int 50 train load, of the fair V00Abed"own* f mal
Mr. Whaley is so yesterday afternoon sand 4111aPebruried Am g t m
his new home that today from MountMob Ptlst sCainsme cent at Flshers4
r a month's visit to church. Deceased left Ocala some 17 AMA -6
city. years ago and with her husband weorJa ekpd M fthe
There sbe lost her husband. The t
foew years she lived in Washnton tas ?.IP th1Ett SU1V mem

. TH CSJAR.ShewSrespected by Mgums at y'w :atatFree
those who knew her and of her labors dinner

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----- ow Ii thde s"aW al ne t .
h. h. Ca rrbeRoss C rnne.t n n e ai the st t held come t the o' r U6 Id ''at 2"'
te tae the boards. of the ymong niht"Poa f have tnor been tIsom oa- Ka.:
baslers. a full house and one it t come up and look around. You I
Sdetlhtel unade? the p the tareTly reod ma way to.amuse y fa1
ER, setor lyceum c6tirse- The bkettlies 'were sef. Now'that warm weather isa e CUM
e. enlivened and acreontuated with hum- coming everybody willonujoy a good 60
sime w orous comments on current event s. sower bath We have hot and cold M ll
.h,_. men. measures and methods. o cof water.. wpe abowers C ad dresi E t.
which was Intensely enjoyed. :It wooe M t ihe f m$a We have, al.4
0 aitLS b a pleasant pastime to atve i pn detal nearty ,A i patre dollars worth of ab a
RION COUNTY the subjects pre noted, but that w od go" OppauL, Al paid for ecept A 't e
make this notice too nh. hvery little. *
manage. r of the He spoke of the fita- .tive *pow 0 ttW very inporot t st, ever y tnlLADMt
untirlng in his ers and how yhelp the wri merbe was l f the to, y~ ha fs e dals
e material Inter- along and that those who were bled- see of theGOcm*Phe Liary. wch
ty. as shown by Od with it and cultvated it drew from Is connected with .th afthot ab1 lA' '" A,
rn and- priseeto life the saunshLne nsd honey of ex- tonl esem&. O o P h i a
t the Weed. plant Itendce. He biid ge eatiBal te wits aberat nk Ms 6 W 4a. *--e W i
ean do to grow was as with a teacher who t at lfr g nel," t IV 1tege fi.. "A POlN
d than they ever broad, comprehensive and g tao tes Cad taIN 4 MA b .-e" SS-
diess to say that opienon of the great aes of our esao- ber -A t tteial sair. .Srw
"two blades of try and It delighted htim to nry ome at dWoe' a top d we rs t C & -.
only one ew those three really gr eas t Men ofi-u 4 Itwee w $1 4fw ago wih he -I *
enefctor and In natUon was Robert 1. Lee. He aMo per aith or M jper yew la- s -n 1SB
character of this showed how as the years receded trsoa tlem The regular afnnoal setlnl .s I
ted citizen. Not the great civil strife, the bitterness of wil be keld Friday evenitna at "o7: t .r s
to improve the that strife had died out or mellowe d orlock. If K you are a member coeaE pe ltr.
our agricultural o 'that observing and thoughtful peo- ot ad make th a good treealugo. W"If
te and unite outr l were wil li to teoncede that the you are not co e ayway And make I.e ~Ct~t
.inl along mental South contended af pat toticales for an y .rself at W home. n joy y cmli, U i040|now 1
er and deeper principle which they believed to be hand $1 tol te .sf t y ;10Wilfia or l"A 9"W
her of his coun- right asdid those of the North, who Cole., ul. & IC. tflihtt1-t h
tn. and the re- battled for the perpetuity of the debt and he ". At. t S .-
he had forb hiPUnion- t m* lay a botiaiem 1hr1 gBg
I none of us can He related an tncident In his pilat- 1M w ited MaIM & DA al
Sand devotedly, form experience to Wiseoin- a- bhort board that, will gkv. 'te 1 i l BMa
prize to the boy time ig. where he entertained thethir personal attention.
te the bemt essay embers of the Grand Army of the Again we say become a member at
his mother, as Republic and In giving this ame once CaA help along one of the bet
ure he has In the waa appl&uded. He sdt mwch xr"Int. aetA r.

yna will be Judg- Ingt Is the power of one stroke of the Io sm nele
in December. chalk. how on datih changes thine tw ildhsg p t .
whole aspect of all pture.. He gave i
HOMER beautiful drawing of a bleak o In
old friend Mr.~ S North Dakota. The beauty of It An-"

r the death t his p .. .. a te faceslain e nI .
e return. Now.In- contra..i dt"esadvancemen ,
ts ago. The re- e "
their old home at Hi second-part. *as dicriiptb of C eLD R ;.
.lare o" In. which real "tie-ie ie wisv t tl a " "M- "
ter came to For- wax a part and that was a deryrwareverio,*e
ch hasr been their caricature of a child lano player, h oerf t to o ewn C.e __ Pep "
ettn o sart and usefulness at the Ie b in o" dadl l-ng heorrhoes. enI uld GMNNW

t w e n t y y e a t o a a f t "n nhe *Ha m"aI ma W E 0li ttL Cle 0 T D
rth whthn er wath onev s se he made the CnoUnt tosYtesec h I r SiP
l eshiitia on thet hande lnsabe hat p theat imply h o D .D. M. tOh "eeweeks eellike e1twIa,'-
rCKsONVILLE pierced through hat en hetd. tteate ht aoltad t PS he' lB
nvllle late yester- drawing of the Charleston bridge. pnt. dB Tn 't

orsyth treet h- repeating n ellow s poem. too p. m t .ee t t
a in. Itde wa occu- "I Stood on ehe rtm a tideughtpr laboratorylrooip aa 4 rary Ink that we Hae i or arre W h lrh l y Y wih t
the Florida E eo- hall, the senaa hile of that piece a dsl. lnn wl the ld o e or slrd t -,
d both the bu ild- helhtened by a faint gsloy of the CABINET MAKING s let uf san w srgthem the hild. rie 2**.. e
a total lfoM. The moon' silver ldgt aos it powerftlrly -- agrerp. or t by te'. A:ti-T .., O S
been very valua- silhouetted the tfar buildings and tow- We have opened a shop at C. J. . a A / -.. ....lh u w.'eL.U I'U QAivMoooml
well insured. The er of the church teep and the taint Weave. No. 31 North Third street Tll. ll '- '.s
d with another silver thread cast out on the quiet where we are fully equipped with the .*,---".f^- f ..5g
as the wind was waters, emphasized with the notes of tools, material and knowledge to do al Ileaggo -g ge a 9
Sthe piano. The enemble of the artstt kinds "of eabit making window I 'e t.s a -
is company were with chalk. re~ttation and notes of the door seens and al kinds o "arp* S *
ylor. Bert McDon- plan gave a -meaning and power of ter work, both,.new ad repac.a W 1
nd. until recently. pathos to the poem that had nver make a specialty of job 'work. Phe .otc
usines for theme-r been teen before by the audience and 177. We wl He pl* to call ad Dr, A
Syonge. Jr.. and its deep appre2ation of the artst give you primes if yom will phoebe 0" 1 a .M :
ierly of this eity. was feelingly recoganied. writ u2. e n4peatfully. t .. .libi t:h.a: aSiSt
hFARMERS new nature ofr this r t s' fat s' dN 4tU N
id b'ot who tdoes entertaining and InstrucUng the Aub- -" ..,

to. tour talo.T. he mooststiler ing hetnea s ofIn t hoe In or som n el.. .
been v al ue-isi lhou eded tn th e nth"u.l a.. .. ..and .... ... ......op'"ttCp o"
proved Iurema-The _.e.dtfo of _, prchnc ,- prst adh frt the b r. The ha d o.1 Nrt as Thrd-

S.thewi.nt tWhate in contrast zdth the odvamceeaet and not away o .
the..... t- Teeneble of the ats tn- TofWAc A bineto wous VI TaORY tIWO?
tter eompvation f .-it chak.eTt ores reJolen la li Fedor, Ten. tr-ayto ",' 4
y-our efforts Mpro-t asge A m.nm ag a powr bterh e esaved W --d ,lo..W- -

t to sdrao The der the chUa tod o. the .p asve, "I ed of the to wn fora rg .. P- ,pe - . .-,t
rind p.i recend.rato tot ,heapmh atha M.. e adedoor h eo ot r ,obt -" ,x

wie planthnb_ milk of human ibforebhs never lpane1. ater We. D.rbpes. edtws N'cwDi Dr the dhild s star .ors ae et- *e R
e hne Jrm., and Th ts .rep appreitio the a of rTuilstgi v u -piesI t o uel like 41. new alan, alo eft ir fo . Chldrea
__., twa f .he eli ng iy re-ognzed -,SS " oS . ... -Repe tflly o. . ^ . ... ... <-- -.-..r. -..'r ,t ,'S
n xhbi""oat th s .ar thie -p me I n Iay to r1ise. i W_.,-"., ." ., weo ur nee't whts' M< aBrotor *l*b. ag thi
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an M f l cknall 4L "' P IW Conventions t held every Men- Our store Is showing many new pet-
music house in Jacksonville. 'Phone da e ng i atle Hall, very tes I j.l et a d RluelneV
294. A. M. Lahsford. city 1-8-tt day even li Castle HaIl, o ver fy- tori t, P wash goods. Rhelts
2 .A..... f ser's store. A cordial welcome to vi & Company.
ROMS- FOR HOUSEKEEPING Hitting knikhts. Sidney Halle, C. C.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING Chas. K. Sage, K. of B. and 8. eautful alk patterns foV wpaista
Sand suits at greatly reduced prieA, at
Several. comfortable roomsu arranged a the H. a Masters Company.
for housekeeping, third pr Star *. I ""
building. Apply at Star of ce. I Get a dress or wait pattern from
-- those pretty silks offered At bargalme
OYSTERS AT ELK CAFE Have you forgotten your state and at the H. I Masters Company.
---- - county .taxes They should be at-
Pul' Irv .................... 40c. tended to at once to avoid the unpleat- Have you seen the new visible Wey-
Half fry .................. 25c. ant waiting and Jamming of the crowd Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & '0j
Milk Stew .... ... ... ..... ... 3Sc. wilich to unavoidable In the ten days I general agents.
Plain Stew ..... ................30c. or two weeks prior to the closing of!:
Dosen raw ........ ........... .la. the tax broks. Do not forget to bring P OR REN'T-One nicely furnished
lalf-4.en raw ..... ... ....1c. an old tax receipt or other correct front oom -modern convenlen No.
At any hour from : a. m lU In p. m descriptIon of the property upon which 24 Watula street. '2-24-t
every day in the week. Opposite 'h }3u wish to pay taxes.
C. L passenger deoot. Respectfully', Beautiftl lace curtains, shades, rugs
BACK K XR .ALE CARNEY. Tax Collector. and mttinggs In the Carpet depart-
BLACK jCKFOR BALE S" Iment. second oobr. Rhelnau r a Cn.
Best fertilizer for :gar>,dn. grass or AND TYPEWRITER Neuya anZ LaA Lusnre. two new
flowers. $1 pi.r two-horse load. B. --- perfmes at the Posashe Drug-
H. Seymour. 12-18 i Wagnoh. a flrst-clkss stenogra- gore.
-1 tl*r and typewriter, has opened an
SEED POTATOES FOR SALE office In the corner of the Ocala .
-House lobby fnormly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder are
-- House lobby, formerly occupied by
200 bushels yellow yam nnd several the A. C. L ticket agency, and will speeding today at the main havitn
other varieties; also several hundred do stenographing and typewriting for #e down yesterdo in 'their aunt-
bushels eating potatoes: four young, the public. .e.
cows. fresh milkers, at a bargain.
Have more than I need. Fifty pair A HISTORICAL MEETING We hmte a/lot of dress atteras a Id
extra large Homing pigeons. match- reomants In'hradame auliks that will
ed. Hate no time to look after them. The Dickiln Chapter. U. D. C.. will be sld at reat uctn m the
D. M. Boney. Ocala. Fla. 2-10 hold an historical meeting Priday aft- original prices. B. Masters Co.
---- --- --- ernoon at the residence of Mrs. Jake
FRESH SEEDS Brown, and they invite their friends Mr. C. D. May re-turned to Newberry
to be present on that eocas io., this afternoon' after spending a few
We have a large supply of fresh. A very Interesting program, rt e days ln the city lookIng after his budl-
guaranteed melon,. cantaloupe and gar- to the history of Plorida, has e ar- *ne Intests
den seeds of all, kinds for the spring ranged by the historian. Miss Floresce .
planting. See us before buying your Walters. and the afternoon will be a our d4e imofnt ready made gar-
supply. Tydings an' Co. very pleasant one. mets for ladle offers especially at-
Odd Fellows Heights Lot Sale be- Company.
gins Sttuyaay afternoon at 1:30. Free Now is the time to plant your gar-
dinner on ground. rand starts from den. We have all kinds of garden Mrs. W. T. Mcllvaine. children and
courthouse square. Free lot given I eed for far. plating. Tydings & Ce mother. Mrs. Bell of South Carolina.
away to the holder of the lucky ticket. I were, .the guests yesterday of Mr. and
SThe regular annual meeting of the Mrs. C. Y. Miller at Leroy.
Po at one cent Osceola Athletic Association will be %
Post rd sal at Flhel'one cent. held Friday evening 7:30 o'clock. at We have a mat exquisite lse at
NOTI-- the gymnasium. All members. and W. tmote .la lia ml many dif-
NOTICE others interested please be present. At r t pltas. The Awt-MO *UaPt
Notice is hereby given that thirty thi', meeting a board It director will OrgnaWtVa.
days after date. or as soon thereafter be elected and other business ,o lB
as practicable, the city conncll of the lportunce will be trtasseted. Mts. 'ulam Wolff and her lovely

city of Ocala. Florida. will receive and
consider all bids in writing fir the Foleyl Orlno Laxitile cures os adi-
construction of all, or any part or pation and liver trouble an4 makes
portions of the unfinished sidewalks the bowels healthy and reguisr. Orlao
on the following avenues and streets. i superior to pUls and tablets as It
a.s by city ordinance is directed and ?"sm not gripe or nauseate. Why take
required to be constructed, to-wit: anything else Sold by all drugists.
Oklawnha avenue, from the eastern -
-city limits to the west side of Magno- Neuya and La Luxerrwn.. two new
lla street. ,wrfumes at the Postofffce Drug-
Fort King avenue from the astern Store.
line of lot 7. of Harris' subdivision of
block 53, o! Caldwell's surrey, to the Od(d Fellows Heights Lot Sale be-
west side of Magnolia street. gins Saturday afternoon at 1:*. Free
Box lane. from Fort King avenue to dinner on ground. iad. starts from
Oklkwaha avenue, courthouse square. Free lot given
Ray street, from Fort King avenue eway :o the holder of the lucky ticket.
to Oklawaha avenue.
Herbert street from Fort King av- oley's Honey and Tar clears the
enue to Oklawaha avenue, air passages, stops the Irritation In
Turcawilla street, from Fort King the throat, soothes ^he Inflamed mem-
avenue to Oklawaha avenue. bramnes. and the most obstinate cough
Watula street. from Fort King av- di.-appear. Sore and inflamed lungs
enue to Oklawaha avenue. are healed and strengthened. and the
Magnolia street, from the Seaboard cold is expelled from the system. Re-
Air Line railway passenger depot fuse any but the genuine In the yel-
pueperty to the north side of South low package. Sold by all druggists.
Fifth street. ---
Mata street, from the north side of FOR SALE-Eggs from thorough-
North Fist street to the south side bred barred Plymouth Roc:-. <1 for
-0 a tS 11.A -. -& a ~at IC -. a %A B- 1W, n

tme degr, ,e. returned yester-
day tra tamp". whete they have
been the past three weeks.
WANTED-Poitlow by experlemed
lady steO6oapher: referemmes fr-
bished: familiar with law an:d ca-
mental work. Addreqa. SteSographer,
Box 211, OOala. 2-10-tf
Master Earl McRae. who has bees
so sick for the past week. be "lepegd
scarlet fever yesterday,and though Nas
condition Is better he s still very eick.
Bhernt (Calloway has returned from
Clearwater. where he went to tabls
the cridtled white man arrested by
Marshal Bull and wanted in that ity
for stealing a revolver.


PON* I* P O -i 4** 0s z-

Past em"I a "m emtat -UWIsh
of ". meet ,

Post arw$s at Fisbl's. one cent.
Odd IMows me n Tuesday alant.
Mr. D. C. Warner, of (Linesville.
was In town today.
There were 27 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.
Spring styles. In ladies' footwear.
now on disptly at Rheliauer & Co's.
Mr. A. R. Harper, of Jacksonville.
the piano dealer. Is in town today.
SJake Brown made a business trip to
Dunnellon today.
Mr. W,,R. iBanacker of Tampa. is
at the Ocala Homoe.
Mr. W. N. Nannobey of Tampa. is
at the Ocala House.
Mr. Ed McElmurray of Jacksonville,
is at the Oc ou.
Muaw. atus W ar r an& J. LJsbei:
*os 3 Matel. were I foa today.
Nera and LA Luaerne. two aew
pertumes at the Postofflee Drug-
Mr. William Hooker returned today
from a professional trip to South
Florida. f
Send us yTout reurcption )ustnem .
We are thoroughly prepared to handle
It. Ty2lna & Co.
7o 1 O. T. Orees has been confined
to hls room the past few days with
cold and fever.
The ladies should see the bargal n
offered In silM,. many different pat-
ternsa at the H. B. Master. Co
Heay Stevens of akeland. paid
parents. M. and Mrs. Isaac tevens.
a flylinr visit today.
We are showlag the new spring
styles In belts, neckwear, gloves, hose.
etc. Rhelnauer & Co. -

Per. If lW -e wi3 -
emnbarrassbW gquestlamns 'l U.
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We have one of the mut bsaatifdk
stocks of miew embRelOet. laes Aud
lmmertmleve ew bought to P10041P6
71e ladles i e.jV~uefted to C04. &Iaft e

Wills redmthere Ror Sas" =aiba

bieuaznpa r.H at Uwe"i a
the Mtropaie. and#e Mis3u od

Miss Mule tha. iise[ ,

herfte thei. r ue, zu IPOh

bAtahine aeom V.Nl.011 Wu tsresa

not bol~d It1*euL omk. *W 4ft
ernop eeinvjqf .40"
MlAs ti 3psa. 7U OkuW0. ip
rMuses, prest ident l,* t 46oin~e

afrt er.... b nr~ .atca

nt2 h0d1tsre00r ISM at

MUM, Wefne ACO.&Ohe 9t 'b8kd'as

through he enen lon.Mr.
nseis UKdume& ba str, t he
homec. S mY

tolove hber apai A5 POO
Uri.' T.wZ. BedftmAnd ,Wa. 0-1*
fo mV& at -461I rtbi. -f mrrage et6iiidpriyubs of
plae n hat eIgW t histee'w ar

Dr. anivd Mrs (I.E. T e. who hav

benlivg n heraSnet sincete i r aria

at tklhe arag-eu ofWu he onthe t
ami1ss 'Ync.*Wan event tat wil )"k
plae n ha ~tythis Oweek.

WO. ad Mrs. 0.K. ancy.who hav

have ,s maker Masknxtmeetk.&

b" ew eft to Tm ewinow
maew s~awimeas

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Mr. and Wmre e ;rtMfmt
who -have been spedntef the ONMO
w.eks in the city with Mr. a"A
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"' MuttA,) Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork [Copyiht., UK by American Pr Asso-
S, .age, Cabbage, Itutabagas, Turnips, Beets, A crtf oM bachelor told me this.
reet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes. Spanish Onions "'o.dS Wxr ,

V Po. ED W A RwD S h"at-,' ",. yon ..
hater? f'I to 'b wifet. ad ft wif
Phone 108 City Market.g set al ever town."
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HERE IS NOTHING that trikd e terror to the s .s. do
hears of parents more than to be awakened#a' tmvaPV sboat sa ea* mt chowes
the night by ringing cough which accompam A.'ht eS B 1
an attack of croup. The child may retree with xeat who tee. spom e t h16 ,a M-ets.- ,
nothing but a slight cold and a few hours later the fany when *theym hka vm yaest ,-
be aroused by the ominous symp Every b nmew 'er4m, tsellm "n "r- -
there are mall children should be prepared for thmai nd*'~ - Vst y e am t .by wo-
den attacks, as prompt treatment is necmmary. Do =et a=a whq la I e. Most et
experiment with remedies of doubtful value, bat get K S of.
N Na Moatagu Wtho tber at a ftfamBi.
extensi, of t he. .to wap tO
CHeAMBERLA I S the Itstfr eaeri a m
Tweed h. engaged 6l41tiQre o ha- .
er a" a stet6s v- -' tt
t V I to faL ir t1
that has been in use for nearly forty years and merwewaew a teat sed, osrt wvy w n." wtenw M
"Verwy wkg iuytheat; s e yo A
-- -a -- ai s-sseab titrITa" what
Mr. llomer Krohn, of Lisbon, "We guarantee every bottle of I an do to e my lt ketd at." Jak Brow,
Iowa, in a lett-r to the manufac- Chaiberlain's Cough Remedy," "Will you attempt to placate the wo-
turers of Chamberlain Cough savs W. M. Parish, Palmerston, men you have mentioned?" Two post a
, Remedy praises this medicine for Ontario. "Out of the amny bottles "By no means. I dba attempt to -
what it has done for his children, sold last winter not oe was e ft- verbalace t*etr bWlOe by tNkb
He says: "It his not only saved turned. We recommend it espe* few% wift tl eat kttrfttfre '
them once bjit niany a time. Only cially for children with t ap.". Mfi. eithr -"-"Mn a rv*en
two weeks ago my bWy had the Chamberlain's Congh Remedy is. ,ilace l mammum TIea so"M
S croup so bad in the night that bad famous for its prompt cures,
it not been for having a bottle of coughs, colds and crOmp. Whta '*
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in given as soon as the cbild beo, co"mPerad-1w W j&thin
before a doctor could have gotten averted. This medicine ir s ta- ae s Iem
to the house. It is a medicine that freefrom nericsriajriousb '-You as the ea to aaelH that V-
no one should he without at any stances of any kind and ay be Sr, #eetM"rt It ay W a .,
time." It is pleasant to take and U given to the lttljsees with abs sen it e r ," 1r".> .1
salay children like it. lutesifty. . 8 tke
sup m a.tio..".. .
Attacks of croup are moat likely to ocear dirug the om ara lp t.
whier mouths, and every family wh y AoNg cii- _l-- M 4 to her Mni at the bregaB tb
be prepared for it Keep a bottle of CHAie"WRLAIW" 10ISo I h1 Comnlced to 'reftet' a
iavitatbs tfor the balance of tbey 'r."
COUGH REMEDY in your home. It 1oly amter, 9 uar saweeiheartr -eaki ep. w< a
large size so cents. Yo-&eur d st ell i. a.priad.. m b per. .t ,T
-For aSo. Umeo p4 I haf Mefls ta 4 *
tt. ,,t a ,s. .t i. Me-. that.

"Yes. I i sad At"."
"Do mYs e I
-t iL st Iy tat, .ate use.

ellyour sete
"It didn't work t J ust the way I .
S thought It would. It's true certain wo-
Thie Knd Yom ave Awrays Beougt, sl oa ls been dU were very bitter agabMt you, but
In use for over 30 yeaw, has berne e tsigauare e otW"- o rA de.
Now- andboabeen, e under ve b 6elbt4 Sa that the
1 sonalt stpervis.leIt sice i nauy. wua m attin re al ben
Alow no one to dleceve yon in this. wMan dg oilet e YI aso y =26- s
All Covute'felts, Imitatlons and "JustM-s-good" are but guesting bee s."
Expenmeuts that trie with and 0adan te uatr0 ft r"Ohor I
Infaats and ChUdre--E4ptrlese AB4 IrN aPI "re way 1tucy T ei psalvn4
wer you at the AabtMe' t M aight
Was mlaply ltr"on& BW estalpedit.e
What is CASTORIA e-drr a-
*w what auteryu a hive 00
Cator i fs a hamlesm substitute fbir Castor Oil% P0a with that disacrelMae tMage of hbs
.rtc, Drops and Soothing Syrap.. It is PFeaun-t. t were mough to. make ese alL W^O
contain neither Opium, Morphine nor othem' Narc6Ie the sixth wo ma. .0*od6 hbg al
sustan e. Its .ae tes uantee. It der W p herse rls about ie. sal 1
aidlayv Feverirsmnesm It eme DIarri and Wind Ca St SUDoY- me.d" mnd
Ceoli. It relleses Teetlhing roubles, cures C-ontpatio sHowrdo yer. hae. et for 5t
an4 Flatulency. It asuminate. the Food, rcoadte the Whats their gamer?' '.
Stomach and Bowels, gviva healthy d ustxralsi a "It aD eame ofr tiat lelu ueloapwetL
The Chlren's Panace--The Mother' Friend. yeas hout gtiar a womns hater.
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