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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: 04 9, 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: VID03137
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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CLARK BROS.. Proprietors


Office Over Munroe & Chambliss
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Rooms 9, 1o and it,
Second Floor. Holder Block,



Dental Surgeon
ce er C9Wierd Bak
Phone 211
Offl Hours-4 to 12 a. mn.; l to 5 Ip.m


E-eoablc flyskiam
aid Sure
Office Second Floor The Munroe mand
Cbambllsa Bank Bulldlng. Ocala.
Telephones: Office, 222: Residence, 221
Offi.. Hours
-1It a. in., 2-4 p. in4 7:30-1O s. m.



Opens into the lobby of the
Ocala House.

Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Efec-
tric fans. electric massages.
lot uineN Water at aD Times

Cost act an w Budet.

Plans and Speifications Furniswhed
Upon Request
129 South rDlfd St.


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Fr Casiets d Burial bs
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed. a

Wild Work of Wind ana Waves on the
Shores of the Great Lakes.
*Many Lives Lost
Rochester, X. Y, April 9.-A fifty-
eight mile gale which raged in this
section all last night, caused the loss
of one life. injuries to scores of per-
sons and thousand of dollars in .prop-
-rtv I.s'. John Velth. a New fork
C-ntral brakeman, was blown off his
train sustaining a fractured skull
from which he died. The wind fanned
a fierce fire which caused damage to
the car sheds of the New York Cen-
tral estimated at $65,000.
Work Paralyzed at Tolede
Toledo. April 9.-Hundreds of men
out of work. thousands of dollars'
damage done and many persons
slightly injured, are the results of a
hurricane that visited Toledo and vi-
cinity yesterday. The wind attained
a velocity ot 69 miles an nour.
Eight Lives Lost at Detroit
Detroit. Mich.. April -9.-At least
eight persons lost their lives in the
storm that visited Detroit and Michi-
gan yesterday. Anthony Kaup. a sa-
Inonkeeler: Joe Kadich. a barber, and
Adam Felln. all of Wyandotte. at-
tempted to cross the Detroit river In
a rowboat from Wyandotte to Can-
ada in a fifty-mile wind. to settle a
wager, and all three were drowned
when their boat captilzed.i
Fearful Rumors Heard at Cleveland
Cleveland. Ohio, April 9.-Shipping
generally suffered thousands of dol-
lar loss in last night's storm. Reports
which are drifting in from many
storm-swept sections in the middle
West and South, indicate that scores
of lives have been lost and that prop-
erty losses will reach over a million.
An Unique Aeroplane
Chicago. April 9.-Telegraph wires
east of Chicago as far as Pittsburg
went down rapidly in yesterday's gale.
according to telegraph companies.
Wheeling, W. Va.. reported every wire
down east of that point. In Chicago
several persons suffered injuries from
toppling fences and loosened sign
boards. Scores of plate glass win-
dows were broken.
Samuel Holland. an elevated rail-
road conductor, was seated on the
roof of a box car on the Metropolitan
elevated tracks. The car roof was
lifted by the gale and carried In .a
horizontal position like an aeroplane
more than a hundred feet. Holland
was none the worse for his experi-
A Howling Gale at Buffalo
Buffalo. April 6.-From 2 o'clock un-
til 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon the
wind tore through the streets of Buf-
falo at the rate of seventy-two miles
an hour. One man was killed and
many people were Injured by parts of
buildings detached by the force of the
wind and hurled through the air.
Out on the lake 4Ae water was lash-
(d into a foaming, tumbling mass,
and the big ice field that stretched as
far as Dunkirk, was broken up and
forced Into this harbor. The big
steamers J. H. Brown and William H
Truesdale broke from their moorings
at the breakwater and were blown
aground at the foot of Michigan
street. A dredge got Jammed In the
Ice and sank.
School Children in Danger
London, Ontario. April 9.--Six per-
sons were Injured, one fatally, and a
financial loss of fully $50.,000 was en-
tailed by a northwest hurricane which
passed over this city yesterday.
At the Aberdeen public school, a
tall chimney crashed through the roof.
imprisoning 300 pupils and creating a
panic. Mary La Burtis., aged 9 years.
was fatally Injured and four other
pupils were severely hurt. The fire
department worked rapidly and suc-
ceeded in quieting the children, who
were removed by means of ladders.
to A. A. Chisholm, of Tredwell, N. Y..
now. His reason is well worth read-
ing: "'For a long time I suffered from
indigestion, torpid liver, constipation.
nervousness, and general debility,' he
writes. "I couldn't sleep, had no ap-
petite, nor ambition, grew weaker
every day in spite c all medical
treatmenL Then used Electric Bit-
ters. Twelve bottles restored all Of
my old time health and vigor. Now I
can attend to business every day. It's
a wonderful medicine." Infallible for
stomach, liver, kidneys, bltod and
nerves. SOc at all drugsists.


We can now supply a limited quan-
tity of our Jersey butter. The Hia-
watha Lake Dairy.
Saved the Life of a Child at St. Pe-
tersburg, Mand Immediately Made
Himelf scarce
St. Petertburg. April $.-Sunday at-
:ermnoon, while the Electric pier was
crowded with sightseers and excur-
slc.nlstIL waiting for the steamer
ahich was approaching from Tampa
to and, little Ruth. the 2-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P.
Fuller. who live over the bath house
on the pier. was playing at the end of
the dock, and by some accident she
fell overboard into the bay.
Instantly a well-dressed gentleman
Jumped into the water after the child


Of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain
As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system, when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phys-
Icians. as the damage they will do is
ten-fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure. manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co. Toledo. Ohio. contains no mer-
cury. and Is taken internally, acting
directly on the blood and mucous sur-
faces of the system. In buying Hairs
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen-
uine. It is taken Internally and made
in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &
Co. Testimonials free. Sold by drug-
gists. Price 75c. per bottle. Take
Hall's Famfly Pills for constipation.
A Petit Chieas Girl, by Jiu Jits
Methedi, s Able to Dimcoemnfit a
Husky Thug.
Chgiago. April 9.-Miss Wilma Ber-
ger. twenty years old. a probation
nurse, saved herself by her knowl-
edge oD Jiu Jitsu when attacked last
night on Ontario street near the lake.
She threw her assailant, ran and es-
Miss Berger sla about five feet tall
and weighs 119 pounds., From her
description her assailant Is about five
feet eight inches and weighs about
180 pounds.
Miss Berger left the hospital about
8 o'clock for a walk. As she neared
the lake a man caught her around the
neck and threw her down. She ap-
parently gave up and asked her as-
sailant to let her remove the dirt from
her dre-s. When he assented she
struck his foot on the ground and
grabbing him by the arm gave a
quick twist that landed him on his
back. Then she ran.
At Jhe police station she gave an
exhiblon of Jlu jitsu, throwing re-
porters around like children and
early flooring a detective who is
more than six feet in height and
weighs 200 pounds.
The merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two
months' treatment Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2924 Olive street, St.
Louis, Missouri.

Philadelphia, Pa:, April 9.-A grain
of stewed corn that lodged in the
windpipe of 5-year-old Leo Rogers, of
113 Davis street. Manyunk. while eat-
ing his supper, caused his death by
strangulation about midnight.

"As an ideal cough medicine I re-
gard Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In
a class by Itself.- says Dr. R. A. Wilt-
shire, of Owynneville, Ind. "I take
great pleasure in testifying to the re-
sults of Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy. In fact, I know of no other
preparation that meets so fully the
expectations of the most exacting in
cases of croup and coughs of chil-
dren. As it contains no opium, chlo-
roform or morphine It certainly
makes a most sate, pleasant and ef-
ficacious remedy for the ills it is in-

Brave Girl in Atlantic City Stopped a
Runaway Team
Atlantic City. N. J.. April 9.-Miss
Maisie Scanalan dashed from the
steps of her home in New York- v-
enue and, at the risk of her life, stop-
ped a runaway horse attached to a
carriage in which Miss Josephine
O'Brien and Miss Julia Mission were
riding. Groups of men stood inactive
as Miss Scanlan grapped the horse's
rdin. Miss Scanlan did not faint,
either, when the excitement subsided
[" would have been a cripple for life
from a terrible cut on my knee cap,"
writes Frank Dlsberry, Kelliher,
Minn, "without Bucklen's Arniea
Salve, which soon cured me." In falli-
ble for wounds, cuts and bruises. It
soon cures burns, scalds, old sores,
boils, skin eruptions. 'V 'rid's best

for piles. t2c at all druggists.

The Victims are Not Much Out, as
They Would Have Been Robbed
Ogden, Utah. April 9.-Last night
robbers walked Into the White Ele-
phant gambling house, held up the
place and made their escape.
Four of the men held guns on the
dealers and a crowdkof twenty-five
players, while the fifth robbed the
games of between $1,900 and $2,000.
Undigested food and gas in the
stomach, located Just below the heart.
presses against it and causes heart
palpitation. When your heart trou-
bles you in that way take Herbine for
a few days. You will soon be all right.
50c a bottle. Sold by the Anti-Mono-
poly Drugstore.

The Exiled Cas&s Cm Find Me bst
for the aska f HMsI M kl
Dreadd rFeet
Paris. April $.-The French sove-
ment has decided to expel Clwbq
Castro. for president of Veamesuma
from the Island of Marttiqu% aR thO
ground that his presence there Is
likely to foment a i.rolath.i in Tam-
esuela. This decis ion olowed the
consideration of a cablegk m fro M.
Jusserand. the Frencb sana ndor at
Washington, giving an account of the
conference with Secretary of State
Knox yesterday.
It is presumed here that the gov-
ernment of the United States, whik.
initiated exchanges with the fl
governments to prevout Cas t*ral
establishting headquarters ele to he
Venezuelan coast will prevt him
from maklJg his way to the nmamand
on the saying of the vetae.
This course will leave Cawtro th
alternative of taking refug ti o me
the Danish West India Islais of re-
turning to Europe.

I have opened In Ocala a shop fr
high-class paperhanging and & palUtf
and it ia my desiare to gly a -=tS
mate on every painting and paper-
hanging Job that i to be dom tn
Ocala. I have tUe best paar ma to
the south and I handle the Samt and
most up to date line ot paper, low
laps, silk fabric goedS and hl ttam
tiling., both Imported apd iri om
the market and my I'teM r Mi-.
tions are up to date I Wva if
special of Interior w=* fee y iNll-
can suit any one. I make tea he
cloth and pIctorial, a sk alla egag o
signs, gold leaf st Su9l a e-a
cialty. Ladles 'edaoi1 to ak1 0
lections of papers without the treft
of going' up tow wil bii pMiit
waited on at any Ume they delft at
their home with a efnmpsla eim at
samples. Just drop me a card with
the time you desire to ew them aid
you will be waited 9. promptly. J-A
out of town work wroeartly d a d
solicited. Repett fl,
SAndy Whitley.
No. 10 Fort KIM Avemwse.

We are sole agents In 0 laa ir Kao-
tair hosiery; 6 pair guariase .
months. They are sbeerer thma oth-
ers you buy at same prices. All col-
ors. H. B. Masters Co. 4-4
McRae. Ga. April $.-Some persons
now believe that Pope Hill, the Ma-
con attorney who was jounoad dead
with a bullet through his head hI the
office of the Dodge Land Company,
Monday morning, committed sulelte

Children especially like Keedys
Laxative Cough Syrup. as It tastes
nearly as good as maple ,sur. It nt
only heals irritation and- allayl In-
flanmmnation. thereby stapping tht
cough, but It also moves the bowels
gently and In that way drives the
cold trom the ystem. It eentalns Bo
opiates. Sold by all drugists.


Life Assuanace Society


Resident Agent.

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thtt I will be male the caer of-
iMtemaire^ peeratlngf ap^ ^atim.M^K^ 3 t
ateaptiiow tiht te pi- pwa trh
the ereetio, at a ent of a ot ia-.
-IOof ao a plant with a capaulty of
45. ten of paper daily.
The locality includes a port which Is
free from ice adl the year round, aad
it i, said that afte the pleat Is hi
operattI there will be a regular

Itaftism a.m e .- swu-x Fh ID

Pmm Aftt-on s ed a ara s$ 'atI

Mie f&a. the w via ad aetryo
ItId mni tht iaty yeeoayl afterI aI
Il aIs of several days. bhea wr era
Ie poId In lIS

The Woods! Sead a Soes Combo
pany Isnow te d sme wk at tia
cemetery ad parties deadyig a
work will please c i Fate der
wants within the Oext tV day43 P. O.
Box M or room t39, M11 Melo Ut
Belfifg tao Dath. He Bruaght Hte
T*od sly lat the OlBRIe'.
DeorS, am SINr ", alia"" run tI ..

the Omaha has made mmMsdt a he
nearly at the expense Of hts I me
was frin hsin agime a#t a forty-
mile-an-bour pa"s through 'ha huge
-f dRiW. wheih have almost eom
ptely blocked tafme here f the .anh
three &m Wam l tha widraw u
his cab was broken ber *tom witt
the maow, wind and le, iie. a'ple
of the broken glass vtolwtr aCainst
his threat, cutting a satO gash aM4
nearly sevriar 0, JguWar vein.
With Otisa t the t route Sa4
the Other holding shut the wound to
stem the profuse faw of blood, h
brought hisW trala at to Grantem. a
distance of twenty miles. The, al-
most dead tfam the lm of beedb he
was taken to a hospital, were it t.
believed he will recover.
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You hamould not delay Indr ma'.
clriumtsabc, In cases of a dbey mad
bladder tmble. You should take
SOmethIng promptly that V know is
reliable, somthg like DeWItrs Kid-
ney and Bladder PUils. They are un-
equaled for weak back, backameche, In-
fammaUton of a bladd; rbeoumatic
pains, etc. Whea you ask for De-
Witts Kidney ad lWadder Pills, be
surae you get them. They are eat-
mpetic. Accept no submtatutes; iat
Ma getting the right kind. fld by
all druggists.
Prefsamo P iUbatk PoImok ulaB-j

Want a a ifkit to teach school,
You'll fin' rm eddycatd sash.
Or(. 'rithmatWe I know each rule,
Dars easly lucydated sa.
Ef Deacon Johnsing comes along.
Whar yo chickens Is a-dleepl sah.
How many winl be roostin long.
Ef you a dog aint keepla' sah?
De Ingl sah langwlge Is de boss.
Dat I is away rid"' ma,
Of jog-o-fry I An de bWas.
An' dat dar aint no au8n' a.
Kammkatk to is de battle round'.
Whar Roosha licked Jampan sah,
An' New York Is a leetle town,
Up on de Rio Grande sah.
Of latin, dutch, eyetallan. trench,
Fm 'moat too full to talk satah,
My t'irst for dem I could not squenckir,
I never hWlt nor balk sah,
NUi desperandum, is de dutch,
For, come an' take a drink sah,
Se temper tyranais, dat means much
Obliged to you, I tink mLh.
1ft Champetre, MAh-bily-n-a
Is latin for watagmfem aah,
Dederatum. I~i de trench I sary.
Den I wish I had a billeo samb.
leh Ueber ae mls shat. Her Veo
Meom. FIi dine wid you today al.
I selta de bmaan to maa de mo,
De eyetaiass always say aa.
Wen dey talks ls as ab e's spoke.
By eddycated men of spunk ah."
Wbo-giwe-de-momk-de-hot-nickle Joke
Not relished by the Monk sah.
E pluibus munum. dat Is de Greek
Par. of yo' bruadder mnite ah,
.Jes' slug 'In ou de odder ebeek
Ant' dat will end de fight sa.
On writes' Fm de Katydid
Aldough dey say she didn't sah.
Ex uno dies omnes quid.'
Is Cboctaw. for t'lngS hidden sah.

In hitry I took every pire.,
Fr&om all who did attend' stb
Doe school whar I did ram *wu wise
To know an' not pretend sab.


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Besides the servants, there is on
trained nura s who looks after th
feeble and helpless inmates. Of th
latter class there is one. The appll
eations are numerous for admisslo
Into the home. but for the present
there are no vacancies. but as fast a
they occur applicants are admitted
per date of the application.
We tender our thanks to the lovel
superintendent, Miss Martha Oweni
who made our stay so pleasant, in
structive and inspiring.

RepresentaUve L 8. Lght, of Mar-
ion county, true to his predellction
and election promises, was one of the
members of the lower house, demand-
Ing a limitation of committee clerks.
He thought 113 clerks for 100 mem-
bers too numerous, especially when
one of those clerks only enrolled one
bill during the whole session, but got
$250 for that burdensome task. But
with all the protests the house refus-
ed to consider the question on the
ground that the speaker had not yet
appointed the chairmen of the various

Charley Weaver, who was in An-
thony yesterday, called on Walter El-
llison. the progressive farmer, and says
Walter has the finest 200 acres of
cantaloupes he had ever seen. The
vines are a thing of beauty, while on
them ark thousands of cantaloupes as
large as an egg. If this weather con-
tinues Walter will have a record
breaking crop and we trust he will
get fair prices for them. It he does
he will be on easy street for the next
twelve months.

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C. L. Bittinger and .L Carom ,
Editors and Publshers.


R. R. CARROLL. Business ManerW


While in Jacksonville last week.
with our "better half" we called at
th% Old Ladlies' Hofm for laformation
about that retreat and the possibility
of securing a home for a helpless old
lady. We found Miss Martha Owens.
a former resident of Sparr and
daughter of the late Dr. James B.
Owens, in charge, who. when we pre-
sented ourselves, made It try pleas-
ant for us. She gave us all the Infor-
mation possible about the Home and
Its Inmates and the beneflelent work
it was doing for those who were ad-
vanced in life and had no home of
their own or a place they could call
The home sla a creation of a body of
noble and helpful band of women of
the city of Jacksonville. who knowing
the crying need of just such an Insti-
tution, began work for the same and
by their untiring efforts and seal for
the needy and suffering and those
who had sepn better days and In their
declining years were looking for Just
such a place, provided the same.
Though their beginning was small,
the Institution has so Impressed it-
self on the hearts of the people of
through the efforts of those In charge
that they have enlisted a membership
whose contributions have secured a
large three story brick building In
Springfield, furnished and maintain-
ed It and today it is filed to Its fullest
capacity for those who need its ser-
vice.s rro.t.
The home In all Its a-il--denotes,
yet Is not entirely f, e JA iose who
ask for It shelter. Anrlt-lady who
can raise $200, c through
her friends, can have 4 ie for life
under its benignant ropf. or. by pay-
ment of $10 a month have the same
privileges. The room are comfort-
ably furnished and each Inmate ham
a room to herself. The menu is ex-
cellent and In being presented to the
various Inmates as Mrs. Owens
showed us around, we never beard
such a unanimity of expression from
those whom she *sheltered as to the
pleasure and satisfaction it gave their
to testify to the perfect conditions
that prevailed there. Miss Owens has
certainly been a.sister to the inmates
and they perfectly worship her for the
zeal. interest and atte tlon she gives
them and the kind and considerate
treatment she accords all. The art of0
housekeeping is almost perfect
Cleanliness and sightliness Is every-
where 4n evidence, and to the well fur
nished'rooms, many valuable and deal
mementoes and, keepsake* from he
former' homes t the Inmates have
been added to tend brightness and
cheer to those whal occupy them,
Those of the Ilmates, who are able
physically assisl In salting the dinlni
room table, cleq the same after eaci
meal. also kee the room neat and
clean and do wlth great cheerful
ness, as It is a relief from the Inevit
able monotony that must come ti
them as they do what little they car
In their rooms.
The home shelters two cld ladle
from Marion, gamely: Mrs. Stewart
formerly of Oaklawn and mother o
the late Hon. George W. Wilson, ani
Mrs. Moore, the widow ofr the lat
Prof. J. H. Moore of Citra, who ar
delighted with their surroundings an
with all the rest of the inmates sa:
the home to t 1 is a paradise.
While we h beard of the home
we knew little 3 it and did not real
Ise the full Importance of Its meanln
to those who. coaditions litf
needed Just such idat place. No
are we unmlndfuin the services 0
that noble band of "consecrated weo
men, who appfteciating their ow
home comforts and the 1 ving heart
that minister to It and make It th
dearest placq on earth to them.tAa
these in their comfort, have not for
gotten their less fortunate sisters I
the generosity and kindness of thel
hearts and have made this splendid
provision for them. All is a labor c
love with them. but their reward I
the heartfelt prayers and benediction
of the Inmates, whose gratitude an
appreciation for what has been don
for them. raise an incense to the al
terms of a common humanity and sis

Captain I. 8. Keith, with his wife,
of Brevier, Mo, who spent the winter
in Ocala, will start on their return
home Sunday morning via the Silver
Springs and Oklawaha route, visiting
St Augustine and Jicksonville. The
captain was so pleased with Ocala and
our people that he came near buying a
home in the Brick City. The Star
wishes this excellent couple a safe re-
turn home and hopes to see them next

L. A. Morgan, manager of the An-
derson Paper Company, in Savannah,
was In town last evening Interview-
ing the trade and while here was a
guest of the Montesuma. Mr. Mor-
gan has Just returned from South
Florida and said trade was good.

Mr. W. R. Goodwin, editor of the
Breeders' Gazette, accompanied bY
Mrs. Goodwin. has returned to his
home In Chicago, Ills., after a very
delightful winter spent at his new
winter home on Lake Weir. Mrs.
Goodwin, who is very lovely, has ad-
ded greatly to the social life of. the
lake by giving a number of delight-
ful teas and parties.

Messrs Theus & Zachry, the furni-
ture men, have added to their varied
stock the agency for the new dustless
carpet sweeper made by the Milwau-
kee Dustless Brush Co. It it an In-
genious device, Just what its name im-
plies, a dustless sweeper. Every wo-
man who keeps house should have
one. It to a labor saver. 7t dssln-
fects and purifies and the labor re-
quired to use It is not near so great
as that employed In sweeping with a
broom. Call and see It, you will be
Impressed by Its many virtues.

The closing exercises of the Fellow-
ship school tomorrow promises a re-
cord breaking attendance If the
weather is pleasant. Rev. C, C. Car-
roll, pastor of the Baptist thburteh.
Ocala, will be-the attractive speaker
of the occasion. A picnic dinner will
be served on the ground. We return
thanks for an Invitation to be pres-
ent and trust all will have an enjoy-
able time.

Mr. G. R. Croft, an extensive or-
ange grower and also engaged In the
trucking business at Winter Garden.
Orange county, and Incidentally man-
ipulating in Florida sand. as in town
the past twenty-four hours chatting
over old times with Dr. 8. X. Blitch.
Speaking of the growth and develop-
ment of his town, he said a year ago
they organized a bank with $15,00*
capital and today It had over $10.000
of aeposits, and that moseet of the de-
poeltors were depositors In the Ban-
ford and Orlando banks. Speaking of
our old Marion county friend, Mr. J.
G. Strozler. Mr. Croft said he was do-
ing well in the merchandising busi-

Phone or send your prescriptons to
the Court Pharmacy.



Fresh Shipment Today



Good Friday was observed today by
the Catho*c and Epticopal ehurches.
bdlh of Which held their cutomary
services, and by a great many mem-
bers of the Methodist Episcopal
church. The day commemorates the
death of our Lord Jesus Christ, thru
which good has come to us, pesae in
the life that now Is, and felicity in the
life to come. It is caed Good Friday
because of the great ood which God
accomplished for mankind by giving
His only begotten Bon to die on that
day for our sins and beemase of the
Savior's goodness in giving himself a
ransom for our souls. His death and
passion ought to be the means of
awakening the liveliest emotions of
love and gratitude to Christ and the
deepest sorrow for sins and ought "-1-
ways to be observed as a day of fast-
ing and abstinence from all worldly

Today being Good Friday Rector G.
H. Harrison preached to an unusually
large congregation this morning. His
text was taken from the first chapter
of Lamentations and the twelfth verse:
"Is It nothing to you all. ye that pass
by?" and from those words of holy
writ spoke a mast rful semon. show-
ing that Christ In his tender solitude
forgot self. Came for the redemption
and salvation of the world. Yet seem-
ingly how few heeded his message.
but passed by. Of the thirty thous-
and crucifixions of the past. Christ's
is the only one that has lived and es-
tablished beyond doubt hit malsion on
earth, proving that he was the true
Messiah and the things he foretold
came to pass to bless the people of
the earth.

The resolution as offered by the gen-
tleman from Putnam is as follows:
"Be It resolved by the legislature of
the state of Florida: That Article XIX
of the constitution of the state of
Florida be and the same is hereby
amended so as to read as follows:
"Article XIX. Section I.-The man-
ufacture and sale. or other disposal
of all intoxicating liquors and bev-
erages, whether spiritous, vinous or
malt, are hereby forever prohibited
in the state of Florida. except alcohol
for medicinal, scientific or mechani-
cal purposes, the sale of which alcohol
and wine for the purpose aforesaid,
shall be regulated by law.
"Sec. 2.-The legislature shall enact
suitable laws for the enforcement of
the provisions of this article,
"Sec. $.-Until the legislative en-
acts laws for the enforcement of this
article, any violations of. the provis-
les of this article shall be punished
y a fine of not less than $250 nor
mere than $1.000. or by Imprisonment
at hard labor for not less than thirty
.days nor mory than six months."

C. A. Miller has retired as manager
of the Crystal River News and Geo.
W. Hyde has assumed that position.
while W. M. Stafford, an experienced
newspaper man. has leased the paper
and assumed editorial control, to be
assisted by two veteran knights of the
Paber. who are to remain ineog. Here
Is hoping for the continued success
sad and prosperity of one of the most
spirited little local papers In the
state. -

8. &. WALKER
Stephen S. Walker died at his home
near JRomeo on March 28th after an
Illness from pneumonia.
Mr. Walker was drawn as a Juror
for the spring term of court, but was
Ill at that time and could not attend.
He was a prosperous former and one
of our best citizens. In his death the
editor of this paper has lost a warm
friend, the county a valued citizen
and his family a loving and kind hus-
band and father. He will be sadly
missed in this community.
E. Walker, of Bronson, a brother of
the deceased, and Sheriff Walker, a
nephew, attended the funeral. The
sorrowing friends have the sympathy
of a host of friends.-Levy County
Mr. F. 0. Frtts., of Oneonta, N. Y.,
writes: "My little girl was greatly
benefited by taking Foley's Orino-
LaxlUtive and I think it is the best
remedy for constipation and liver
trouble." Foley's Orino Laxitive Is
best for women and children, as it is
mild. pleasant and effective, and Is a
splendid spring medicine, as it
cleanses the system and clears the
complexion. Sold by all druggists.

The mayor of Dunnellon, Mr. Kibler.
passed on twelve black loafers thso
morning that Maishal Thomas. and his
assistants rounded up yesterday. One
put up the plea of sickness because e
was not at work.. The mayor told
Mm to take 90 days on the hard road.
All of the dozen were brought to this
city to serve 90 days on the hard

We often wonder how any person
can be persuaded into taking any
thing but Foley's Honey and Tar for
coughs, colds and lung trouble. Do
not be fooled into accepting "own
make" of other substitute. The gen-
uine contains no harmful drugs and
is in a yellow package. Sold by all

Fred Allworth, with the A. C. L. at
Jacksonville, passed through town to-
day on his way to Brookaville. Mr.
A. Is a former popular A. C. L. agent
at this place and has many friends
here who are always glad to see him.

LOAN WANTED-Party wishes to
borrow $700 to $1.000 on good real es-
tate security. Address, in writing.
Loan, care Star office. 3-4

J. Y. Clark. of Leesburg and W. M.
Sherouse of Reddick. were guests of
the Montezuma hotel last night, as
was A. R. Harper, the Jacksonville
piano dealer.

Dr. C. H. Curtis. the Atlanta man
who Is promoting the Homosass3
sanitarium. spent the night in town a
guest of the Montezuma and with his
friend, Mr. Eugene Cox. the West
Point. Ga., druggist, talked over At-
lanta afaral.

During the spring everyone would
be benefited by taking Foley's Kid-
ney Remedy. It furnishe. a needed
tonic to the kidneys after the extra
strain of winter, and it purifies the
blood by stimulating the kidneys, and
causing them to eliminate the impuri-
ties from It. Foley's Kidney Remedy
imparts new life and vigor. Pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.


If your child is backward In his
studies-does not like to study, or has
symptoms of headache, you will prob-
ably find that there is some little eye
There may be no outward signs of
a defect, yet the eyes should be .ex-
amined to make silre there is no fault
In t'em. '
eyesight specialistt,
Ocala, Fla.
Office Hours: $ to 12 a. m. and
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and
laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block

The NationAl Tribune Co., Wash-
Ington, D. C., -ha*w purchased 35,000
acres of land six miles southeast of
Kisslmmec and farmed- the Seminole
Land and Investment Co.
They have already sold 1000 lots in
the proposed city. with five-acre plots
outside the proposed city for $50 each
They sold these lots three weeks after
they began publishing the sah.. The
company now offers 1.200!o li the
proposed city and 1.2G0 :' -acre
tracts for $100.
The parties that'purchased the land
visited Ocala this winter, but could
not find a tract. large enough or one
that suited their ideas.

Par In ate and Children.

ThsIi Yftin Aaphtalt
Bears the
signature of


On receipt of County Commission-
era and Good Roads circular, acknowl-
edged receipt of the same and inform-
ed the secretary that the rates that
will prevail in that city during the
meeting for accommodations will be,
hotels Saratoga and Arlington. each.
.2 per day:Hotel Howell and Kuppwr-
busch European Restaurant. 41.25 per
If you have a backache and urinary
troubles you should take Foley's Kid-
ney Remedy to strengthen and build
up the kidneys so they 1ill act prop-
erly, as a serious kidney trouble may
develop. Sold by all drugga:3.

Ten years experience. References.
any music teacher in Ocalas, any
music house in JTscksonville. 'Phone
328. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-'tf


Driven. Crazy by Aosipmng Weonen,
John Andersoen of Aurora, Ills,
Tried to Depopuate His
Aurora. Ill., April 9.-Armed with
two pistols, a shotgun and three bombs
which he had manufactured out of
gaspipe and gunpowder, John Ander-
son. a plumber, mentally deranged,
tried yesterday to kill the Inhabitants
of the block in which he lived.
He shot Mrs. John McVleker thru
the heart, killing her instantly,
wounded her husband and also .Mrs.
John Belford.
The police came up on the run and
Anderson entered his own- place, and
shot hhnself thi-ough the head. He
died instantly.
Anderson's action caused a reign of
terror: He said he would kill every-
body in the block, because the om-
en had gossiped about him. The peo-
ple when they saw his coming bar-
red their doors and windows. Mr.
and Mrs. McVicker were standing in
their doorway as the man came run-
ning up the street, and he opened fire
upon them. killing the woqan-instant-
ly and seriously wounding the man.

Great deeds compel regard. The
World crowns its doers. That's why
American people have crowned Dr.
King's New Discovery the King of
Throat and Lung Remedies. Every
atom is a health force. It kills germs,
and colds and la grippe vanishes. It
heals cough racked membranes and
coughing stops. Soze, inflamed bron-
chial tubes and lungs are cured and
hemorrhages cease. Dr. Geo. More,
Black Jack, N. C, writes: "It cured
me of lung trouble, pronounced hope-
less by all doctors" 50c. $1. Trial
bottles free. All druggists.

FOR SALE-Orange grove at South
Lake Weir. now in full bloom. Your
choice of a 5. 8 or 10-acre grove at a
bargain for the next few days. Come
see me at once. W. N. Wilson. South
Lake Weir. 3-13-2t
FOR RENT-Cheap: a new, large,
6-room house. nicely painted and na-
pered; well shaded yards, soft water
well; in West Third street next to A.
E. Delouest residence. Apply to A. E.
Delouest. 3-20-tt

Mr. E. H. Cox joined his wife here T
Sunday and they will spend this week *
in Ocala. -
Mr. J. W. Crosby and two -children
wt-nt down to Ocala Monday.
Miss Zelma (an.on and Mrs. Coch-
ran. of Island Grove, were visitors in
('irra Tuesday.
Mrs. E. D. Shrouse left Saturday
for her home In Palatka.
Mrs. Jabe Steele left Saturday for
hi-r home at Branford.
Mr. D. A. Hopkins. one of the Coast
Line's popular engineers, is at the
Ret.litt Hous(e this week.
Mr. Davi1 Rarcus has returned
home from Miami.
Mr. Andrew C. White went down to
Ocala Monday.
Our city was shocked very much
Sunday m-irning to learn the sad
nf.w. of Mr.. Chas. R. Carter's death.
which occurred at 8-20 a. m. Her
rmany friends knew that she was very
Ir,- hut notr thut the ndwa s o mA near-

Of. ri


Mr. Hilbur, ef Putnam, Intredues
Measure that May Lead to
State Wide Prohibition
Tallahassee. April --The feature of
yesterday's session came in the shape
of a joint resolution Introduced by
Mr. Hilburn, of Putnam. proposing an
amendment to article 19 of section 1
of the constitution of Florida, in order
to permit the enactment of a law pro-
hiblting the sale of Intoxicating bev-
erages in the state.
Although for one and the same ob-
ject this bill is quite different in
method from the one introduced in the
senate by Mr. Beard of Escambia. in
that It attacks the constitution for an
amendment, while the Beard bill is
brought to prove the constitutional-
ity of the clause of the constitution
providing for local option In Florida.
The resolution was introduced, read
and referred to the committee on con-
stlutional amendment. This will be
the first matter taken 'up by the com-
mittee, the personnel of which has not
yet been made public by the speaker.
The Proposed Amendment

AM nsid hfte.b toSihd iVz f l PL |j. i. Striping isAfter the Peeirle..of

their fawiy physicians, sufferinCg, a they
iasgine, one from dyspepsa, anotBr ftm a GoMM Cheme o.f s usee
hert4is*a, not rom liVerorM- The declaration made lat we
sy disease, another fom alrvo o. The sident Taft. that in matters per
tration,anotherwith pain here and thee, t t
tratle^, wl n toI aintng to certain federis oit
and in this way they present Ikhe ewo tl, cesrta e .. e, eral s .-
themselves and their y- r o ver ould consult the s a
busy doctor, separate dLseasesator which ronsresmTnen. has aroused much ta-
1assu uliithem to be suce, prescribes terest in Jacksonvlle, as well as tI
Sis plls anipot to& In reality, they nar various sections of the South.
au onlyste ptI au cad by samewuteine A movement is on foot by represen-
diTeae. Thetita rt of u tative men to induce J. N. Strtplm
lause of su up r s a formerly Unitrd states district attor-
patient gets no be t etejbLt. ney. to aspire for the position of col-
wrong treatment. bat A lector of internal revenue for Flor-
leit likel' Ptr', Far A ida. This important position has for
gnrarifnt_ JlUrcdt W years been held by Joseph E. Lee, a
V am nyem i well known colored man who has fg-
tog~a~,s titutinj toamfert instead of ured conspicuously in the republican
proion misery. t has been well said. politics of Florida.
that a disease known i half curd. Mr. Stripling is a leader among
Dr. Pierce's Favorite PrescriptionUil what is known as the 'Lily White,"
lenUific medicine, canelly devised by and is regarded as one of the ablest
and e woU's deli s me-n the party has in this state. While
It is made of native Aaerican edieina e an ardent republican, he Is pop-
r and is erfectty harmless ja Jts ular with democrats. and men of both
,ectA ( &in afG fi 4 L)k K [MR are now urging him to seek
SL- f ... ..n e- the important position above named.
&o Ftu invt g toea It If a change is to be made in this o*-
Veite Prerpttov lmparts istreagtht ee and a white an selected t
the whole system and to the organs ic and a white man selected. then
utetly Iemniine i particular. For over- Florida's representatives will no dotbt
worked. "wornimt." rnln-dow.0" debU- be consulted. a n it is said Mr. tr4p-
tated schers, milliner dressnakers, Ung enjoys the personal friendship of
eamstresses. shop-girs, ouse-keepers -ach f them
sursing mothers, and feeble women gen- It I al o s ai that Mr. Strpl1g ha
erallyDr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptios a tripling ha
is the greatest earthly been, being us- taken the matter under advisement
equaled As an appetizin cordial and t -nfld will announce his decision within
storative tonic. th.. ntxt f. w day.. Should be aspire,
As a soothing and strengthening cerv ., s., b-d. will have accomplish-
ine "Favorite Prcscrption" is nnetuaI and is Invaluable in allaying and sub- .. vi. te ovthroi of
during nervous excitability, irritability, ilslluda. viz: the overthrowing of
Dervous exhaustion, nervous prostration 'h l republican machinery of
Neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, St. Vitus's this state, which Is in control of J. E.
dance, and other distressing, nervous Lee.
symptoms commonly, attendant upon Mr. Stripling. in the state republi-
functional and or ie disease of the ,cn connton o ; f last year a-a
aters. It inducee refreshing alee- a n convention of.last year,. made
teus. anitmidd very strong fight for P. CKnot for.
eliees metal anxiety and desnondency. ^ s f o P C
Pr. Pieree's Pleasant Pellets inviWorat pri.idelnt. Mr. Knox was selected for
9 stomach, liver and bowels, Oa f cretary of state by President Taft.
thUaL u ja4to takeMasE --Jacksonvlle Metropolis. Sth.

that- out-door exercise Is needed by
Washington. Ar-ll"9.-Fair tonight the American people. That's all very
and cooler except in extreme south well, but. how can people with rheu-
portion: probably in north por- matism follow thkt advice? The ans-
tion; Saturday wer is very simple-use Ballard's
Snow Liniment and the rheumatism
will go; leaving you as spry as a colt.
H 'Give-s quick and permanent relief
from rheumatism, neuralgia, lame
back and all pains. Sold by the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store.

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mm .I

Did you ever stop to think that thaW a a tg
deice lots in Ocala that ate deer e
this is very much the case. TheM f0a
"than half of all the desirable -ots ti
town that are for sale. At til jrate'
wilr be bought and will have homes tilalt -a
years are passed. N" mu are thlUa~jf *an ->S
a house to rent as as Ivmestmtet aal(Mt.
of town, where, after iyu have pat r. !
Is not depreciated by roa ent-s a
look into these properties. t m 'a (i-
lots, for residence purposes. It a ita
if you b4ild yoe u e to loca 1
o terms "- ^ .
No. 1-One splendid corerlot aOka11a
dley's, tIs Oeklawa Park.," 71x. testT
on back. PeeIc... ..*.
No. -One god lot oa Batd street north I .
of Conden' same strootl N411
o. 8-Splendid ul4*x lots pa Oa 'l

on ter .. .... .. ... .... '* "
No. 4-One aiD e lot l Oklawak a P ark
very centrally located, back of SoL
alley in rear of lot. -e.....
No. 5-Three Jot* adjetBing tt 'ab
location. On Uteras. W %ae. .. -
No. &--One corme1i ea4 i, o .
ly located, ast A trt.
No. T--Ose spleditcone b OW

No. --One lot adjolaiI albote one 1caak l
Cash .... ...... . .... ......
No. 1-CorOner l Uotd algbovei, aas ,1
dece, Oklawaha a&ease, 77TU3LiA
N. IS--One alde corner lot ar Oklawt .vm* mt
ger'B naedence. lOx11il f et. *be ....HA,' .,
No. 11-Two good lots 75x11T i* ae ;a '
Woodrow's realdenee. Caeh, each. 3
1No. l-Two good lots, 756115 feet,
Each ...... ...... ...... :
No. IS-Two good lots front of Jak. nL
and East Adams streets; bas g ood we i
each. Price $400 each, or for the two
No. 14-Good codrmer lot Ito Oak PtHk. M1
Clark on East Adams street. Pl w .. V..b..:
No. 15--Six nie lots near la. all f, s .'
to rent. Price for. al m.,.
No. 16-Two spamuid lota on Soeth TWIrA*41
65x231 feet. Price, each ....... *
No. 17-One lot adjoIning above --e a1a, e
This property Is spleatdid lo Atito. high *lWt O. eU.
frontage, 195x2$31 feetLCaa e M- b, b4.,,






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Moving Pictures

and Music

The ust f EIteraluimt Fw.
isdM by &ut Peek


Admission 10 and 5 Cents

One of Ocala's best boarding houses.
If you want something good to @at and
large, well ventilated rooms to sleep
in; bath room, both city and well wa-
ter. For particulars call on or ad-
dress. Mrs. LeSuer, No. 26 North Main
street. 3-9-lm

A social gathering was given on last
Saturday evening at the residence f
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Smith in honor of
the closing of the Eaton Creek school.
The young people whiled the hours
away in p!-.ying games in the par'or.
while outsh.le In the moonlight the
older ones were making peanut candy.
When the candy was made and
ready to serve,. those who wished
gathered around the- candy table and
partook of it.
Everyone amuepd emslves in
some way. conversing, playing and the
like. At 11i o'clock all were invited
into the dining room. A sham cake
had ben prepared by the hostess-
a secret to all the guests. The young
people were to cut the cake. The lot
fell to Mr. Reuben Peynolds to be the
fist to cut and of course he was the
last also. It was discovered that it
was an "April Fool." and not a real
cake. All enjoyed a hearty laugh.
Then real cake was served and soon
all were off for their homes, all hav-
ing enjoyed a pleasant evening.
Those who partook of the evening's
enjoyment were: Misses Bertha Snow,
Maggie, Bessie and Clara Wilson,
Cora Roberts. FIlossie Stanaland, Ma-
mie. Laura and Etta Randall. Vir-
ginia Gore. Daisy Fore and Dora
Smith; Messrs. Warren Yartrough.
Ed. Dudley, Joe McD)onald. Freddie
Wellhorner, Earnest Roberts, Pat
Reynolds. Reuben Reynolds. Don Ad-
ams. June Perkins. Franie Smith.
Oscar and Kinnon Gore; Mr. and
Mrs. P. P. Fore. Mr. and Mrs. I. W.
Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Mr.
and Mrs. R_ D. McDonald. Mrs. J. W
I'.rkins. Mr. E. E. Perkins. Mr. and
Mrs. B. V. Smith, Mr. Will Godman,
M Jack Randall.

One of the greatest conveniences
about the house is ooe of those Amer-
ican Electric Smoothing Irons. Heat-
ed in a minute, an even temperature.
never soileld or smoked. Get your wife.
mother or sister one of them. Two
sizes and prizes. Ask H. W. Tucker
to show them to you.

I receive every day from Crystal
River choice oysters, both inside and
Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water fish
and mullet I can give you the best
In fish any oysters, fresh and prompt-
ly delivered. Phone 219 city market;
second stall on the lest. 1-20-tf

I have opened a store between the
laundry and market, where I will buy
and sell all kinds of "Junk" such as
old metal, bones, hides, bagging, tal-
low, barrels, rubber, etc., etc. I will
also buy and sell second-hantd fur-
niture and repair furniture, stoves,
etc. An experienced man with all
tools and facililtie for doing repair
work will be in charge of the repair
department, and satisfaction is guar-
anteed. See me if you liave anything
to sell or repair. E. J. Decker.
8-1I-St Phone 241.

On account of the above occasion,
the Seaboard Air Line Railway will
sell round trip tickets Ocala to Jack-
sonville. on April 17th and 18th, good
to return to and including April 21st.
at $4.25. For full information and
sleeper reservations call on any agent
Seaboard or write to S. C. Boylston.
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
Jacksonville, Fla.

Good Judge



T PnImvpi v CflUM



At Fisher's Easter bread.

K. of P. meet Monday night.

Easter duckles at FIabel'.

Mks meet Tuesday evenia.
Easter egg dyes at PFisbel's.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
See the Easter novelties at Flsberls.

Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
Easter chickles at FIshel's.

Masons meet Thursday evening.
Easter post cards at Fishel's.

Red Men meet Thursday night.

Tampa Evening Times on sale at
the Ocala News Co.

Mrs. W. P. Edwards continues very
Ill. much to the sorrow of friends.

FOR RENT--Six-room house near
Presbyterian church. Apply to T. C.
Nunnaayrs fine candles fresh every
week at the Postoffice Drugstore.

Dr. Mills returned today from a
professional visit to Mobile, Ala.

Spalding's Baseball Guide for 1"0
Just in at the Ocals News Co.
Capt. J. B. Martin of Moss Bluff. is
in town today.

Prescriptions filled accurately and
delivered by the Postofflce Drugstore.

WANTED-Board in private family
by gentleman, wife and four-year-old
child. Address, X. Y. Z, Star office.

Mr. Erastus Hopkins and Miss Dor-
othy Calvin returned yesterday from
the mines at Inverness.

Gerlg's Linen Lawn. one pound snd
two packs envelopes to match for 5c.
at the Postoffice Drugstore.

The friends of Mrs. Clifford Ander-
son will be glad to learn that che was
able to be down stairs yesterday.

In our prescription department, we,
offer you both promptne:s and effic-
iency. The Court Pharmacy.

Miss Mamie Taylor came in from
her school at Irvine today to spend
Sunday with her brothers.
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & 3'o
general agents.
Mr. James Norton of St. Petersburg
returned home this afternoon after a
several days' stay in the city.

R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 76c.
each: S74 0er dozen.

Today Mrs. R. C. Camp and her
guest. Miss Kapp, went to Savannah.
Ga.. to visit Mrs. George Armstrong.
G(erlg*s Linen Lawn. one pound and
two packs envelopes to match for 9Oc.
at the Postoffice. Drugstore.

Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Knight are re-
joicing over the advent of a baby boy
into their home, yesterday morning.

Ducks! Ducks!
Chickens! Chickens!
nIshel's! Fisbers!

Mr. John H. Taylor has returned
from a business visit to the towns on
the East Coast.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.

FOR RENT-A four-room cottage,
screened windows, city water, on
South Second street. Apply to Dr.
E. Van Hood.
We have a moet exquilite line of
fancy imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. Tb. Anti-Monopoly
FOR 8ALE-A six-room residence,

two stories, large lot near school
house. Price $1.0. on payments al-
most like renting. Apply to M. A..
Care Star. 3-4-
FOR RENT-The center one of the
three new Croom cottages on South
Second street, possession April 15th
App'y to JosephJ3ell. S-4

MEN-Our Illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College,. Atlanta. OGa. 4-2-St

Mrs. Henry Shoeflin. t Tampa. who
has been the guest of her sister. Mrs.
P. V. Leavengood for several days. re-
turned home yesterday.
Our pound paper Is the best we
have ever had. New lot Just in. Come
In and see It. The Postoffice Drug-

Mrs. A. E. Burnett and mother re-
turned yesterday from a ten days"
visit to the East Coast, which was
greatly enjoyed.
Messrs Clarence and Jack Camp
and their wives have been In our city
a few weeks automobiling andi getting
their "houseboat in ship-shape.--Cry-s.
tal River News.

Mrs. Sam Gordon of Tampa and
Mrs. Dunean Campbell. of Mtnneola,
I-1r 0. AtL t *. bo. m w~tl t a ..L.



Guaranteed Absl", Pure 1w* %
aw 2 Pepmw SmNod Cms
Wmeeldy stlpmaMts of



The sanitary department of the city
government will put oan an extra force
of men and carts, the first of the week
and will ask the property owners to
make a special effort to clean up their
premises and place them In a first-
class sanitary condition. All garbage
that cannot be readily burned should
be placed at the front of the lots or
outside, where practicable, and the
carts will call for and take it off. Lets
get the city cleaned up thoroughly
before the weather gets real warm.
With the hearty cooperation of the
people the sanitary department can
accomplish thia.


All members of the Junior League
are requested to meet at the residence
of Mrs. M. M. Little at 2:30 o'clock
Saturday to attend the egg rolling
given by Miss Florence Walters and
Mrs. Little.
Hon. W. S. Bullock. Judge of the
fifth judicial circuit, recommends a
law providing that a cash bond may
be given in crimnlaal cases, and I
heartily concur in his suggestion.-
From Attorney General Park Tram-
mel's message and recommendations
to the legislature.


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Rev. C. C. Carroll the eloquent pas- RT ARARAPIS
tor of the Ocala Baptist church, is al- P T PU&U
ways in demand as a speaker, and nev-
er more so than this spring. He is a Iteerful at any eCot ito the bho
engaged to deliver commencement S Co" a.,
addresses for the Live Oak and Wild- -
wood high schools, and the Home When the new wife Sods out t
Mission Board of the Southern Bap- Jomhn likes corned beef and cabbage
tist Convention deslrep to secure his.better than be Ukes angel cake
services for a month to advance its! .moe Blauson has gone to swel te
cause before the leading churches of' mrvishd bl to we t
the South. vanished myriads.

Miss Jean Austin and her school-
mate. Miss Leora Wright, came in X
this afternoon from Washington Sem-
inary. Atlanta, and will be with Miss
Austin's mother until Monday. Miss
Austin is very popular among the ____'
younger set and her friends are de-
lighted to have her home.

Mr. Max Moyqes. of Chattanooga.
Tenn. who has been visiting his sis-
ter, Mrs. Abe Brown. is spending to-
day in Tampa. Mr. Moyses will stop
in Ocala again on his return.

Mrs. J. M. Dell and bright little son,

Maxey elli, returned yesterday to
Gainesville, after a delightful four
days' visit in Ocala with Mrs. Dell's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Liddon.
Yesterday Mayor J. D. Robertson,
Sheriff Galloway and Attorney Carlos
Sistrunk took an auto trip to Dun-
nelion. Holder and Terry in Mr. Rob-
ertson's machine.

Mrs. J. B. Webb. of Kendrick. was
in town this morning, having been
driven in by Mr. Carleston, connect-
ed with the Standard Lime Co.
Mr. D. B. Borden. of Sanford, who
is interested in the Cobb Loan Co., of
this.q city. was a guest of the Monte-
zuma last night.

Mr. C. H. Cooner. who is now with
the McKean Lumber Company. Sil-
ver Springs. spent a few days in this
city. but will return to work tomor-

Dr. A. R. Toph. of Jacksonville, Is
In the city a guest of the Montezuma,
which he owns. He will remain here
several days looking after his prop-
erty interests.

Dr. Percy Lisk is here from Terrell.
He said the mill at that place .has
shut down temporarily. The doctor is
thinking of looking up a new loca-

Mrs. Capt. J. A. Tucker received a
telegram yesterday stating that her
mother Mrs. Hanola Carey, of Terra
Haute, Ind., was dead, she having died
Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. ihe
funeral will be sunday at 4 p. m.
Mrs. Carey was 92 year s of age. Mrs.
Tucker left on the A. C. L. yesterday
afternoon for Terra Haute to attend
the funeral services. Her daughter,
Mrs. Harry Peter, and Mr. Peter came
up from Dunnellon to see her off.

Mrs. Gerhard and Miss Lizzie Hoff-
man. of Terra Haute, Ind., who spent
several weeks most pleasantly in this
city with the family of Capt. Tucker,
and with other relatives at Dunnellon,
have returned home.

Mrs. B. T. Perdue reached Ocala
yesterday afternoon from West Palm
Beach and will open the Agnew house,
which she has rented, and conduct it
as a first-class boarding establish-

Tampa proposes to hold a bond elec-
tion in May to vote $480,000 worth of
bonds to build a bridge, a new city
hall. sewerage and paved streets.

Hon. B. E. McLin, commissioner of
agriculture, passed through Ocala yes-
terday from Inverness to Tallahassee,
which place he visited on official bus-
Mr. Kreger. the Times-Union repre-
sentative in Ocala, returned last ev-
ening from a business trip to Dunnel-
ion. He said the Phosphate City was
quiet owing to a number of mines be-
ing closed down.
Mrs. C. E. Kiplinger. who with her
husband and son was here In the in-
tervst of introducing to our people
aluminum cooking utensile, was call-
ed to Ohio yesterday by the news of
the death of her father.
Mr. and Mrs. R C. Camp with their
guest. Miss Frida Kapp, of Germany,
who spent ten days at Crystal River.
returned home yesterday, having a
most enjoyable time fishing and hunt-

The man who systematically blow
Mis own horn uses his Imhgs to such
an extent that he is apt to get chety.

Don't keick. Get some one else to do
It It will conserve your own reputa.
tion and be Just as effective.
A good. substantial excuse Is always
desirable, but Is apt to be expensive.

Don't speak harshly of your enuees.
They expect you to knock them, and it
you have them guessig they will
cease activities for a time.

To keep on good terms with some
neighbors you have to be deaf as a
post and blind an a bat and stand tor
all the ghastly jokes that they spring.

Speak gently to an angry man. He
will want to kill you anyway, so It
doesn't matter If you do incense him

It takes a lot of conMdencmee in your
appetite to cause you to order seram-
bled egs at a restaurant

The ma who
^ makes a g"od
lIving basset
^^-^ -e to corn-
plain o1 unless
somebody else
gets It.

The days are
so short that
lots ofme dm't
7 fAnd time In
S which to earn a
m, i, much needed

He doesn't ee why his wife should
object to being left alme whenver he
wants to leave her aloea. He didn't
take a contract to keep her eater-
tained, not It he knows it eve itf he
did happen to marry hemr.

We 1Thremms.
Oh.. little Maryi. plat of fess
With y of oded blM,
89omef daye- ml -e inMee -
Wull tall is ae wtt y s,
WBil swear you arne the veay mm
His empty heart to an.
The one and y grt for him.
Or let us hop he wEL
iSome momenMt when you least pet
A lover he wul stray
Across your path and aftr that
Refuse to go away.
Your very prene-M, hel dectm,
Will cause his eart to thrill
And makeim fr the te Mst tioMe Mv
Or let us hope he wL
With praise he wl em whm
Your modest mamenort
WiMPro edeath ad deth alme.
You tM can evr part.
WIM wrt a smmonet to your eys
With ferver If not sklD
To pmov they am the brightIst ya.
Or let us hopse he wL
And. UnttUe Mary. plain face.
Adarmed with charms aso IOW
You'D h alf eevl as he probtet
The thas he says we tru,
And wkm you have besn htehed O
YoaGr drea ag to tu=l
TeY'U ever dfter happy e,
Or lat un sam.yu wi


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wIt th.ast vfdtenl, tllnb-
mmt. w~t uilmei is am
her Miter-Nla-hw M, i s Ina-
The program readere Was
ly daylight am wa S-ei -
bY-the members of tle 1eh6 %t
by several iimaten mds roor'se
fod of good e.
At te cemeINs-a uiMldens uW
carMe waM dawtiy servn by Mwi
Comnnr asssm by Mrs. COMMON
M as Florida Cowdols.

An alarm of fire was turned Ila yes-
terday aftrrn m and the fire was lo-
cated in Rev. Walter Swan's house.
west of Lincoln Heights, being caused
by a defective flue. When the Ire de-
pert ent arrived the colored neigh-
born had removed all the furotun
and had formed a bucket brigade to
extinguish the mamae, which heief L
I. Chambers did with his bmanil
enite. Dame about $2. The are
wagons In their run came near meet-
Ing with an accident. A hack hore
in trying to get out of the way of the
fire horses fell and it was only by a
piece of fine driving that the imped-
In.ent was passed in safety.

I have Jbat uBeahvQ. a aew MOV
of electric fixtures. Among them are
some handsome bracket fixture aad
Tungtn fixtUMreS inverted or tamed
dwn _____ BL W. Tuur

A fine collection o beauttful ater
cards at Ballard's news and fruit

The undersigned intending and pto-
poeing to organise a corporate undi
the general laws o-f ts stat, of 1ior-
Ida relating to corv thms for prot
and the acts of the legislature mieii-
atory theteto, hereby make and pub-
sh the following articles of incor-
poration and" proposed charter, vIz:
The name of the corporation shall
its principal place of businme shall
be at Ocala, In Marion county, Flor-
ida with branch office at such other
places as the board of directors
may from time to time designate.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the corporation is,
to buy, own, sell, acquire, lease, mort-
gage, and otherwise deal in lands,
timber; buildings stone, paving and
Jetty rock and such other property
a may be Incident' to the general
character of its business. The com-
pany will engage in general business
of mining, selling and shipping build-
ing stone, paving rock and Jetty rock,
and phosphate rock and such other
valuable deposialts. It will enage in
the business of a general co0smAuction
of public works. road and street build-
ing. construction of buildings, con-
crete work, Jetty work and railroad
construction and building. The com-
pany win also own and construct, and
make contracts for the building'of
trams, log roads, lumber roads, and
railroad spur tracks not to be .umd as
commercial railways, and shall hbe
power to buy, acquire, mortgage, own,
and sell such property as may he na-
cessary and ftncldent to its general
business of mining and selling rock
for building purposes, mining and
selling phosphates, and engaging tIn
general contracting business.

The amount of capital stock au-
thorised ts the sum of twenty thm"
sand dollars, which wll he divided
into two hundred sabres of the par
value of one hundred dollars each, and
said capital stock shall be paid In as
follows, to-wit: ten per cent. of said
capital stock shall be paid in cash at
the time of the organisation of the
company after recerrIng its charter,
and the remainder will be paid in by
conveyance to the company of prop-
erty consisting of lands and personal
property, the Just and true valuation
of which will be equivalent to the re-
mainder of the capital stock not pald
The term for which the corporation
shall exist Is twenty-five years.
The officers who will coudust the
business of the company will be a

president, vice president and secretary
and treasurer, and a board of three
directors, all of whom shall be elected
at the first annual meeting of the cor-
poration, and yearly thereafter, and
the names of the officers who will
conduct the buslnes of the company
until those elected at the first election
shall be qualified, are, F. W. Ditto.
president; W. A. Moorhead. vice
president; and C. M. Livingaton, sec-
rotary and treasurer.
The highest amount of indebitd-
ness of liability to which the corpora-
don can at any time snbject itself.
will be the amount of capital stoeek of
the company authorized and Issued at
any one time. and until tihe amount
of capital stock is changed, Said
amount of Indebtedness or liability
shall be twenty thousand dollars.
The names and residences of the
subscribers and the amount of the
capital stock subscribed by each, are
as follows:
P. W. Ditto. Ocala. Fla, 1 shares.
W. A. Moorhead. Ocala. M6 S shares.
C. M. ivingston. beala. rusl. shares.
Witness the hands and4ea-s of the
incorporators this the 26th day of
March, 190.
P. W. Ditto, (Seal).
W. A. Moorhead. (Seal).
SC. M. Livingston, (Seal).
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
Personally appeared before me, the
undersigned authority, r. W. Ditto, C.
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You WillNeed an Oh Stove

te Kitchen dor

s it kepth room w

Wk Fe lame Oil Cook-Ste.

is the only oil stove built with a CABINET TOP for hlig pfm
and keeping food hot after cooking. Also ,s ful duep fuld
on which to stand the fw pot o tapot after moiug l' bmnL
Fitted with two nickeled racks for towAel. A n orMl d etf
simplicity and cmnvenic. Made is dut
sizes-with or without Cabinet Top. If no
with your dealer, write our latest agmKy..
rs .O ?ON&' .:
Tinr bL mplamp as
*very one waB-had
som S enough for the parlor; strong enough favor
the kitchen, camp or cottage bright enough far
every occasion. If not with your deale, wit


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One Qtart $1.00
Four Quarts $3.50, Delivered $3.75
Th:. is a Choice, High Grade Private Stook
Rye Whiskey and we Fuily G_-m -ee
it to be as good as any bottled in bond whis-
key on the market, that is sold fotr 1.50 per

Ocala, Florida.

"New York and Florida Spcal -
Solid Vestibule Train., Steam and Elestri Heated, Dining Cve.

SFlorida and West Idia Limited "

to the East

To the West
Dixie Flyer," Montgomery Route "

"Central Route," "South Atlantic ute"
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Care to New York, LeleviNe, CllmieMtl ChcllegM
St. Louis, Atlanta and Intermediate Pelta_.
For tickets, reservation or Information, call on nearest Coast Lite Agt, ur
Tamp, Pla "d.
T. C. WHITE, G. P. A. Wilmington, N. C. W. J. ERAIQ P. T1. M.-


Savannah, Columbia, Camien* Southern P a ,
Richmond, Washingon, Baltimre. PhkMi l w TiUk


seab orl Fonlea, umoe Seom n utM
Seaamrd Year Rom LMI

The Seaboard Florida Limited. Solid Pullman, Vestibule
train, consisting of Pullman Club Car, Ob ervation Car,
Pullman Dining Car between Jersey City and St. Aug otine.
Pullman Compartment Car between Jersey City and Pa

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* Nw He UEcaped.* Accompany Pelibitien ee
SScarcen the G City
*********** Atlanta. April .-Thereis a steady
109910 IKW AI a m AM*e- increase In drunkennes. according to
dem]- police records. Dpite the fet of
1git Brandt eae ss tomatoes" prohibition the number of dr nak
m a g w to a ea m "I cases put on the police docket Is grow-
--I 9t r orr r MeUst am or ing continually. In March there was
fo m." I more drunkenness than during either
yamW January or February of the new year.
NWhat tatMM yOe In that and almost three tim as much
barad? TYo*ef always trylag to sell drunkenness as during March of W19 A. ft.2
thm to me, when ye7 know I prefer The recorder says this condition *H.a g
*aotr k1d. Doy no m nke more ou due to a relaxation from the arst re- Sead men, gave Mkip VnW *a .
thmr straining effect of prohibition. The M is of.*-If
Oft. The Is a w 411 t e- .police attribute It to the near-beer aM- -... .
atIlm. Ces In hetr a i ni toU loon* and the number of blind tiges
In March of the year that probib- -Nar- bow st. .. ,
A skel." f the way to h private tion went into effect, there were 134
wy A be wa -. camse of drunkenness. There has stace Mr
es, be to the following story: been a steady Increase with each in Cw ieti, Is l I
Ome day 01m years ago a young month, showing a record in except of Itee s pnuaibm M oh il
womI a s c 1a l here to buy some the past month. In March of this MdfI i t owm e abtix imwW a
canned geo I wanted on her myself. year. the cases of drunkenness were O
Thse e toee were new n the mar. 245. This represents the apes that chane there s to poe larde t j l
at tbea and I bad bee" offered In. has so far been reached. and when lhejAh4| CAdIAte h e so a .
a4gamof to = tbem. Thegd compared with March of last year '
et appear to kaew what he want- shows what the advane has been.
ot s4 w at easeraz ti VDuring the past January the casesIoTTri
l" e me that about Inscreae nce the frt of the year has money in cas yes are at ple a h l
kWO Ca "a toOm" that &ttr&C-W been about M. -',"'',"-* ',"
Wr attetOA. It cowed the as fton Records show that conditions are Novr Sold kI da is1-
top to bottom, aNtM W was a colored now where the amweat of drunken-
iftete of several ripe tomatees-in. ness is practically as great as It was some, nd P vent ftrom mUn a- I
M6K, t a Ibdls that Ii Ied to- before prohibition, and, if the pres- odors, such as fsh, oil, etc. .
y. I g" h a&a0 Mnd.a n Mof eat increase continues, in a few
S bh .which edo tmon ths It will be actually as great. Cook Book Freefra
Sof the The number eof cases for drunken- edited a Mry
e took the away wth ns in March, 1905. was 253. but and cotainig nearly 300 ,valua.le .ecpe.
ay a eight in excess of the cases last
e next da she brought them month; in March in 1906 were 42.
back, tn me that shabe wiUed me to nd in 1907 were 406. :
shp them with some other articles During the past month a total of Made lyby THE N. APBANAi.
he latenad to purchase. She then 1,542 case were -made. of which 82 .
agetgd a lot of canned goods-mar- were for idling and loitering and 32 "N atur es G i ft tro the
mintd, peace jelly and the like- for violation of the prohibition law. IlaMl e l
dketaf mas to pack all in one box.
They were to be sent to her invalid SOAKED IT TO THE STANDARD
brother, tIn ee of a certalb person at... m
a tow aar the center of the state. House Ado saolutic hat May
she paid all charges and left me to Rdee0 tn Tari hp the box when I UkeA Washington, D. C., April 9.-Yester4
.......oorganization of the hose. a m
irl. from the rt. She was S pret- on between republican "Insur-
iy, s adi, an before she went away gents" and democrats, the Ways and M Nea
gave me aa appealing look which I I Means committee was bowled over, the A_
terpreted to mean that she wanted me advocates of free crude oil and its __ .d" 1W'ftP bt
to be re that her brother received products won a signal victory when T!le g BoyS trm 8 14 jmS w DW t
the della ftss g In good order. I super- an amendment by Mr. Norris of Ne- 5g j1 e lka lla M l
8ed 9" 69 g myself, and. no- baska., placing the Insigniflcant duty Sc1h.. d.B --"_IM -Bed M f sa,
tin at ths ea of peas Indicated of one per centum ad o valorum on Im i -, tMrl -1A -Md _--flbin s .
term tatIo I put It aside and got s ia aj r adopted by a yb- Apply for Prospectus to h the
amether. The wtsof the goods seemed A decision of the chairman that
to be anll riht, and I sipped them amendments could not be offered to T. JO SE PH 'S ACAD EIVIY
1"I left the can of peas In the pack- the oil schedule other than the one I ..
tog noom ti to next day, when I took covered by the special rule of fast
it up to put it away. It had stood all Monday and which provided for the -
night sear a sink, and ,ome one bad removal of the countervailing duty on
spinled..Me water over It. I felt the crude petroleum and applying an ad
ke ftIaway ad noticed that some valorum duty of 2S per, cent. was
ha bee w rap puedtghtly under overturned and not even a fervid ap-
peal by the speaker in an endeavorto
it. fti It o6M O ashelfr I sw rally the republican forces, was suf-
that a lot of s ll thin eaws had been ficient to stem the tide avowedly ,
sodred arand the an. against the Standard Oil company. '
"You may Imaglaei my atonliehment
My at *was to call some one STIF OCALA FLORIDA
toa te MO. Mh w ai Stiff neck is caused by r teumatism
uie1 m tough before action, I ptooke of the muscle of the neck It is usu-
Stook lly confined to one aide, or to the CARRY AT ALL TIMES A OO
the can up to the top loor where I back of the neck and one side. While -
0o00ld e6 1la "it aloLe. The aws It is often quite painful, quick relief
were hhly tempered and would cut may be had by applying Chamber-Doors P nts
ight through ron. Upon reflection I lain's Uniment. Not one case of rheu- D .. .....
urmisaed that the girl had taken this matism in ten requires internal treat-
a d the can of toatoes home with ment. When there is no fever and no
her that the fles might be fixed be- swelling as in muscular and chronic
-t the labe-s The T tomatoes had rheumatism, Chamberlain's Liniment "
b se s be T a o7- will aecomplish more than any Inter- IM ..tmi.
to some gremer wohd dobtle o w l nal treatment. .
saws waouatthe c sout. MESSINA AGAIN SHAKEN aw Mil Phosphate and
1e irl bads eu ptotiosly used our --___
bri, belevag that any goods coming Messina, April 9.-A violent earth- l '.r *^ ^^ ^
*..y .thos ve r. ideTb nleS d ,wael 11- 1
aws were discovered by the authori- enced here last night
sdI w a e pmpt of td onds tw mpa b: .State agents for and carry in
the plae of the prisoner. I resolved nean rumbliings. A
to teleraph at eto the prison ofl. The people rushed from their rude and Gasolene Eogines of Il
elahs a warning that would protect shelters, expecting si recurrence of the
me froa g atestoal complcity. I hbid awful catastrophe of last Decogber. Com pa
the cam wth the saw stml on it and. No buildings were overthrown, hower- O IUpa 'y. ^-- .
gan to the eee, was writing the er,' and there is no report of any per- -l' '--" -'
tgram, wn, feeling that some one son being Injured.Elw oo Fl I
was leong over 3l7 iioalde I turned Spalding's Baseball Guide for 1909 .
and aw the rl who had trapped just in at the ocala News Co. H T A ... -|..
.r her to m that her game waa up. Easter egg dyes at Fishel's. -....

There wasa s one else I the office. --- -
I steppe to the -door. closed and
leetd t. ar an hoar I Ustened to a DALLAS
etoey with Intite complications which
ty ta d eof cannot B AD BLOOD We are having flune spring weather
W Ulm..dthe rsbrother, In Ja.".- now.
r a c e o embeement nto =ale a mp on nl s fae. ad m ot The crops in and around Dallas
which he a be trapped by the real st hou havli". Im atr are looking frn e.
edmi .fa. Ireantruthuia ayth at lsssa Mr. Sol Smith and son save the best
he gng, anp madvlusd;ls'Iali e e ob ntl." melon patch here.
I'M SK wasaCaasmtoe00eship. Grm f im=a. SbwhlIldnc Tomatoes are also fine.
My he W csmeof l Miss Ola Smith made a flying trip
bee for Shome last Sunday to see the home
hr el bit rally to as If the box The Bowl folks. She returned the following
Sbem soat. Seett me Iti the ofce Monday and carried a hen and brood
writing, abe had slipped In and, look. of chicks back with her that her .
l rover my shoulder, learned the sita- mama gave her. We think she muistH IA L WBAM1
afl. H toM her story, she con- c GasMV6,nuuj Intend to start In the chicken bus-
"I kww It ha been very wrong of E Mr. S. Hires and Mr. Haze, two
Me to e yoe il to i fashion, bt'- W young gents from Oxford, were the. .
guests -of Mides Byrd and Jimmlme
t he sw a' n Isuere, t Iran tie rsk m20f s pt-or S4. mith last Wednesday afternoon.
W ilk. MCtRuexe sab l .s ccS BRex Nictii6ls of Belevilew, passed'
of gong to prea myself? Iocae or oyr O mbt 'bk through Dallas the other day. Rex t-I
Anotth"inkofthat I wm n-.. -nC. C orN. a friendly boy and we like to see bim
fae to bfve doIme It all myself. MSALULTE MJ l come around.
"I i"OOk yh bead. DLast Saturday was the day for the
M'What ar you going to dor? Dallas Truckers Union to meet here i
1 eat for some antes deliberating. but the majority of them failed to
Sthr 4f us "spo. Thwe 'U L t come Mr. David Martin, Bro Hor- ".
sung ou outside andthMr. Loven werethe only ones
e b seen tM sh a gls. parti- that came. e "
tis but-H the MttEYaeTe an WILLIAM'S KIDNEY PILLS
s oehet ftr a box of matches, acratch- Have you neglected your ilWnet .
94 one. took up my bait e te.- Have you overworked yourrvous
@Ra N youaNe the look s tem al n c asi e d r o n sae dth yo
Slo. in, ts id theer doe, beak, rin,- and blad- ha Forty-twoh
g t No; you can't Nor can any .,.T *1 der? Have you a fabbylappea.-ance
artM palt It. I saw It bat one. I g of the face. especially under the eyes Howard Aa I|n1
hae een looks M ke t s ne from the V TliUr .. ...L -- Too frequent a desire to pass nite? A r-. : t-bbLS..

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