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: 03 8, 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: VID03109
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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DENTAL SURGEON *1 ..A~ h. t-
Office Over MAunroe & ChaCbliW w C-enWin NS A m aim % 4 H cMM in -
Bank. M-Aso We W A h *a .I4s t y a- --
OCALA - FLORIDA i vitew to the NWnd ye t M. the
Usa seems. at th bensu a e-*B
Taft ioen his mNY y frdy t r dI W 1 to f t6ed -at s sa 1 3 A
opeel seenion of -Ocit, Of -em d T% to 0 0, i d .

Rooms 9, o10 and II, ident to cas the easier Ser the r Y- U SM l IMnabIm C or*" as o the "big M i the end of te -wd.:
Second Floor, Holder Block, uleat o tel revieme. i. 3. 3. aVr, SW Pde hIe, 3 aewuastwae fo.t laate T.. .."
TERMS. CASH. Caen tao 0 b00d-e-WI be h ~ .w .a FIT m
D TLFC Yes oTb
-" b, '. I- m "-0O-w - 0 A-s "6 0b i

L. F. BLAL OC K e.aln A

Dental Surgeon ,)7, ; S....S l-.-
ONce ever Commereal amb ; wii. the hu-.. Ratl
won 'the eeth pindM. ......e ep ,M
Phone 211 ckar, a mnot many admi~a Ia at2 te m W 4 alk*

TERMS' CASH. aet t e
tit had Set already ea.tM.ed i, ..at0
r -tlSrgowrtiar ltate of sifit waIme W sk pWm
apart, some of the puermmea ""&ItM ea-T
Charles 0. Hulbert, t0. ~- the.& hIl

.C-t n.m .. B-e p. le. :0- to.. to are atictr dispe f est o e Waifs O..gMC
Inchance pcram aet. Namy seed be
gaiAs Ia 'eased n js bt Swtora io t a
an u. -.cured .e.ts, et Mb... were s p .y.
.thriaty .sewives o fa" nt'.eft.. M am er, 7.
Ofnce Second Floor The Enice sad D 'th A
Florida. those who staye ft out muBt h e it b tas t t w M th We
moment were busy t atn oI to ma"se U t Oin aWd uai da-the satm eg .
* Telephones: Office, 222; Residenc., 22 ther etaw ay. .., ,Ii em ..ll1 fue.
Office Hours Thai tn e tawf r his tb sem J C ha4 Co.. Tol ..
-.l2 a. m.. 2-4 p. m.. 7:.M-s c. there td utte dobM Th. a. t *u1 4 i p ft
-- -^- feeisothat vreythibg peopte Eal St.ttf P-7 tor w.
.. -- ---- - done toward ptoewa tr tSeis:
higher up among the state "e**gmMA At
V. 0. BLAo HARD the coMntery ad thnt PG lhieethr
ranging the fair tbs year t theW Ad
CONTRACTOR AND tUIHER Oo t"hu,"",,., es..a s, -. .. ..-
P la n s fu rn ish ed o f t ua, se. to& s ow-s AtM p 6...., .;.
on application. and with the nI ss110'oeLo the 114
P.O. ix 46. OtU cP.-m v.- t ,-, t- .ft **-O,.NO. .-* ci---
pPf i of that a biggeW, htter aI mo"e
o n a p p io. I N *m k Q l aR Wmo m

Ientzama Blarblsh Oap l the be. S-
*ort Edward, N. T., lliuAN tM M w".
m ounti is 'the h om e'o a ut a s d Y OU-,
In Ceonnecti With the Hotel Ofe torturedby t sat, hoIw t a crn i .g- -,--- --.l-t.t
him with Dr. i. .-e"w Dio eery woud .ever se r fro m kM_. bl- ofl. ina-iated t(i't te
Skilled workmen and courteous at- that la c-ied o-M- .. a..,.,tha.&&r ruatt two placed at dim. toI
tentio nto all. Special attention to This woldertl mi aun it- '
children. ed and qu y o ute .a q" " "." wt *.. i t i
Later It awed h ,aft e a 11 A Wi *1S so -t as a t5
ELECTRIC MASSAQI verejlna tW:s4h "1IIWM " .1.i
the 0tMaa et. h a -
HOT AND COLD WATER earth. Cogsb, ouas, se m Oo
e 1-we U~ 'ft- ., .-- h.e-
Soead by at er, irae Z VP
L A. DETTEICH. PMUS-K and wboohpag aqg n
__ Trial bouse free. a

Mr. evt WIU LaM -e Coeu
AL 0 fwor AMse Me h -w e A
Oyrster Day. Mavdiv1 ,ttestees
N O S P A,, *.Roosevelt. mansbil* ya y dar . . .. t....... '" ..--."-
-_- he would 'all t .,Net .qWit for A-.
City horses boarded by the month, rica on March 23 at oaI. H w '
or boarded and roared for if deaN take passa get n steamer' .
Homes fed also by day or meal. burg. RIP
Horse and all domestic animals V
treated. Thoroughly equipped for YOUl UVt
Day Pin any operation.ight Ph outh. Tof order, to aed t a
Scientific horsehoeing done. bad humor a"d *with a a. *a
Itn ourbne e"a Iat l 1ll. s are ^aeiL. T-
Dto - -l" mar y -
t. F. GUERRANT, V. oe b^ the avow tn in
CITY VETERINARIAN 'and all liver coepALnra M ae-. IU i "i" at e Ut L
Day Phone IM Night Phone 1 Worth. Tons. VtS* "Vo a W Ue 6kd-s n lee Wltj"af
- Herblne In -ay' otr yam. wanted. Tbs: SaWy-As
SWords can't oepes what I thiak a
AnAiLA e r S I n about It. veryeiy y re mI "a a
Rdaase.w old the Ate agmepv,
OAUF A L1 as ham a we aad wo -ft to, -- ,- .
J. J. FORT. Preprieter rU W d b f AtMooy,
Rates reasonable-AU goods & ,besn l
Pressed and Cleaned on Short No- "
tice and Delivered Promptly. All ada.. WIa. *arch 7.-n
transient work not called for ir 30 mates eater Iambi Uhrae74 *a
days wil e sold for charges. cmpl~td yestort the _0aq 0
termn or John C. a, was O e 9 B
Sb allot to iI the WIn.s aoi ast- U
reombly e.tFd to ,him.i ft
Blved Sf veu' 0at ". 0 cast. thus
haryttar Ia mairi ty- k
A Religioum Avhv i aif nqtest
3ev. Joseph H. Irepeosum. SAW
"ab hooks, wa^ et p*Awl=,
I was afflotew" VMASrebl
and last water I was strl-*
en with a ve M I my M IsUs
ande wan onamn1ed **6 bed esit m i' *e 4d.I w: m.
Omen unable to get on wttot f t* SM1i4 w* E" t
SMr B co laao" t0b6 s wows as.-- 7

gradwlsly abated d"as, id.
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land, Obio, ane g the eity. the gate
of Mr. and Mrs. C, W. HmUtew, a
Mr. and Mrs. A L Mahaey. th.
Ocala Hon Mr. L., who is gqely
Interested j .the m tdlusms -
the lakes, !as been spedlng several
months at St. Petetmbr. where h
reports a areat many teart&i. Mr.
and Mrs. B. are on their way hsa- by
easy stages. They will remain iI
Ocala ts,, ,
Will LeIs the. county road orver-
seer, has been herd at work for *
moneath makl*p a J.tloot fall to t,*
approach to the harp'= s Wrry I$ro
brifde. He alsapawm the came*-
way acrouas *' ep swamp e W ,
the Marhal pllatatI so two v I
hicles can pias each other.
Mr. A. Jones. who is the owmr
of a very valuable device to test tur-
pentine, has purebasd the house on
South Second street owner by Es-'
wards Bros., formerly caused a kln
ergarten. and which Mr. Jones sa4
family are occupyings today.

The Key P od scbod closed Friday
after a very aucceastul term. Miss
Laura Driggers was the teacher.
Miss Legle Blteh and lbr brother,
Master tandis Buteh, students at Co-
lumbia Colles, Lake City. who spat
a few days with their pareota at
mBltehto,. were In town this m iiag
on their way to Lake City. They re-
port the college In a very foaurlshin

Mr. Pred McAteer, propretr at the
Ocala Wagem Works, built the hand-
some furuitute waO recety put

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The peot*sae departms4 at Wash-
laStOaM ha turned Job psate and is
solutcit orem throu that -eat aeu.
U has labed circulars advraSg
stamped menveope. Now thme a
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Editors and PublisheW.
C. L. WITTINert, Edt
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The Star not with reMret the
obituary of the ahw named gmnte-
man In the Flared B aptt Wittan
wrttSen by Wetor W. baw", Of tI
*Arcadia News, who knew Mr. Persy
when he was a eiAm oe Oxford and
Mr. Hare was aepaWr dst of the-
public school of Muso r cy.ot.
Mr. Perry was born in 3 Laaah
8. C.. In 1841; came to S2algr. W
ty with his father, Mr. Johd carry 4S
184. Here Tom Perry grow to -
bood and married Mim WdbA. m-
15 years ago, shortly after the great
and dis strous free ot 184-6, -he
moM to nea BowUlr G n, where
be duMd Peb. IC, 1M.
iere are few people mO alp-d
Orford who did not knw Tom Fery.
He was a splendid citism, a sale
church member and eaghted Ia wwy
sood work for his ewmmt,*Uy. He
wai one of the men who made SU8ter
county dry nla 1887. His precinct them
cast over 100 votes for the dry afe
and "not one for the wet. Be wa a S
a brave soldter and served wtit de
tion and herolm in the Seveath FPle
Ida Regiment
He leaves to mourn his loss a wid-
ow and one son. Thomas Cleveland
Perry, and one little ruanddaghter.
Besides these, there are iving, the
following brothers and sisters: Jio
G. Pery, lRev J. W. Perrr, D. D., Mri
flIsabeth Dia,. Mrs. LOy O'DWl, MNr.,
R. H. Smith. rA. A. .U Jefaet sa
Mrs. L R. Disokse Me alseg l&an
many kinmen. as the Pewry fmu
was large and highly honored In the
counties of Sumter. Marona sad
He was not only loyal to every good
cause., but ha4 a large. geroeW hta
and his bhosptalt was ptiatd sad
no "ea was ever turned aw ar am hs
houms.-. His bouas wad te. tele of
every Baptist preached. that r
served the Pine levell chu .h at Ox-
ford. tis hnbot o fteads w ber
with since regret of.this goo d mas

The sad news was received Thurs-
day night of the death of Mrs. J. P.
Barron, whikh occurred at istesm
in the afternoon. after a leu aad
painful Illness sbe having bee t ou-
fined to her bed for sometme. De-
ceased was the wife of Postmaster
Barron, and. was about 5 year' old.
sbe ia d a.do6Ir Wd a
her many charitable aetsl
play Christan spirit. The bere=M
husband has the sympathy .a te .it
tire communlty.-~-Oainetv If a. '
The husband ottf .lWtd i We-
an formerly Nved "'1W.'M a dunty
and served as county oorui mW
from the Flemingtea district H has
many old friends ia Oal who wo
regret to bhet at b sd tlos

Most of our rural editors sea d in
their copy by W.d esday, but a few
delay until Thuralay, which some
times cause their items to be la t out
of the Weakly 3WWgh'.th
wil tae nsete sad tryr o. hm,
their alwav y a-proe-atid.ana t-ta rst-.
Lug luttup by Wahs=dy1#. th t
set. .

Mr. WuIlias uayre. aK .a
s.l-aw, Mr- an4 Mn. P. 3.
of .ma, Miiga, arrit .. Oea.
Mr. Herna's dabht, Mrs. Ja

a-s and at that timwdwe a iea

of father add dahter d ret
and sister waa Indeed a Wry hftp

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40 -s t*bh ptwg-lboth guarab-

Mr. J. A. Pittmana went over to
Klectra to be present at the meetings
belg held by Rev. -. C. Yount, an
evaages flwe Oklahoma.
OOL M.Ave-roam eutae,
alede a-8t Wet Iocated -a
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K. of P. meet tonight.

Elks meet tomorrow evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night

Eagles meet Wednesday evening.

Red Men meet Thursday night

Woodmen meet tYrfsy evening.

S Red Cross Plasters for lame backs,
t 2.e. at the Postoffice Drugstore.

M. E. Richardson of Atlanta In at
the Montezuma.

FOR BA1Z-A fine Webber plano.
Abe Brown. Ocala. 3-l-tf
'" J. H. Peacock. of Williston. Is at
the Montezuma.
Nunnally's fine candles fresh every
week at the Postoflfce Drgstore.
Mr. C. C. McCall. of Lake City, is
a guest of the MonteAsma.

Use Plank's Chill Toac. Guaran-
teed. Price 2Sc. Sold by all druggists.

Mr. Dell Moody of Oklawahn came
up this afternoon.

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Psecriptlons filled accurately add d
delivered by the Postofftice Drugstore. ne .
four w Teavl
Mr. (. W. Smith of Trilby, Is at tim had a pAst chum ~m.
Monteiuma. m nM to butter I a 110
half .and attracted a gftat t t sI
Let up measure you for your spring tentlA ."
suit today. 'M. Fishel & Son. MS
One pDomd ot paper *ad to " Mr. Harrell of Lake Welr. was Inoa f em ol T bS"t tiW Mj r
town today. ents at Tydlag A OAct.
The friends of Mrs. R. 8. Hall will L imeae .,
regret to learn that she is quite ill. s ek ta t
In to- a saturday 6A., Z
Red Cross Plaster.4 for lame backs. n t at
P j 26c. at the Postofflce Drugstore. ,
The school term for most of the
country schools Is about over. h n. AMMd5 .t *

Miss Clara Runkle returned yester- ,' -. .
day from her visit to relatives i tun Iu*y m aa
Gainesville. through the city yesterday ea- a 11A..te
to her home th ChNa-f 'm
Mr. Walter F. Warnock. of Inver- .a",. he. 37#-'.r.lms
ness. clerk of the court for Citru slawMr, av seem at ti i
county, was in town Sunday. of Mr. M. 5ka H..A..i a
Belieview and any wwe st o Wh -r .
FOR SALE-My household turnXI- e -I
ture. Please call and Inspect same. ., ao^ee,,nt l tlhe a hA
Abe Brown. 1-23 of their Tisit. ..

Mr. anh Mrs. John H. Mathews. of All. ~etr tll at tbA
Candler, came up this afternoon to DM-M#f .' W "
visit Mr. Mathews' parents. drugs i ed

Get your .Eaater Uptit,'nade at I.
Filhel & Son's. See our samples ob. PAW f & b w. e
display. --
'.*' '*" t 8 fak "Y t-, .M
Mr. Wagi6n. who sells an Improv- d i *
ed Bible and a disinfectant. went to -e 'at t
Coleman thO afternoon on business. ,elaiio 4
hats fWrbip%'tow
POR REVT-One nleely furtished aged snmu. Djqir.ea A:- = Lo
front room. modern convehlences. No. ad .eiml i t li l i,
24 W atula street. 2-24-U.T the b po A ler lA st T 3 it stas ,
thin poplar 'hot.-'The-it 1L.6 "

Charles N ,h. who bas been on o _p.
the sick list the past seven weeks, 9Is F OR R ,- Wsnytr t room
S out and about again. EshR RENT--TWo sena des t it
COOK W For night work. re
- Apply to S. e. Rwes Little
Bonanza BRem --t-ft 4 ~ .o :"
Mr. George Cram return flat- US U i
Urday from lie, where hea -1.b o. .., i.,JI
Spent thep 3 O
WANTED-k psoalon as dairyman P7" S'
or overseer *t rtn: perlenced man. f i
Address t r'We of Star oflce. u 2Ookl

Mr. Albert L. Gerig, the popular. G. d ad L.' 41
cashier of the Munroe & C~asb5Oi right V pa eL *f.- ,I
Dank, s Utoday. .
IHave you e t new Vms # W -.. "4"FS

9&"hel typWrtoW? R. C. DAOU <*--

Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin of Woodmar. 0 etty w il:l ,VW U
wh e. were the guests over Sunday of dagtder, a. l M e > i'
Mr. and Mrs. Chamblisa. returned their ard V" V .
lyts afternoon. 04 wllbe
O Or tailorInga man toI bler= 4 whnts. OUN&
to take 'your me -. for a spring s
suit.- M oeand o through his oOC a i
samples. M. FIshel & Ben .b~ U yeal,

The Theus-Zachry Pfauftre CN-e a a4 tM= i 0 R
pany, the progressialve furniture deal- A L
era, furnished the house just puoehas- How coma a rm 0 ris taolng|a. 4
ed by Mr. A. K. Jones. e sk (
WANTND-A position as bookkeep- oB M aWe P
er and stenom ter, or salesman: ret-'A
erence ft ralid. Address I. X..
care this oftce. 2-5-td PSVIUI*

S J. W en. eu. with tOe ocala iron
Woars, went down to Lake. Weir to-
day to do some work for Mr. R. L.
Martta at his mad wAtrks.

We have a most esltu e Ue W
faY Iamported china tn mn y i4W
Cewnt plesa.. The Aat-Monopely
.- Preyereath has a eotract to
sink a well :for the Standard Lamn
C*. at Kendrick and will o -

R. C. Davisa & C6, of Jaakoavila
handle ailk typewriter ribbon m e.
e01h :.$V per do4e0 .
Judge Bell held the scales this aft-
ermoon In the case of a nmero charg-
ed with breaking and entering, which
occurred at Jullette.
.Numnaly's fne candles frebh. every
we0k at the PostoMc DOrugtare.

Mr. Joseph Stanland. of .the Lake
Bryant section. was In town today to
soim t Dr. Undner. for his wtfe, who
has beeM vety aek. but is tlmprotng.

famlUps wll oI
asem- Atlat and k their homes

gahl .Tesgbo 10. Tll

Mustit 1'. uttau aft.
ofta edt -ALt 31Ik ~ds

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Mr. an:lmiru ws*ati 4
phla, are An the eWtthe p .S
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