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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 27, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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: VID03152
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Skimmed Milk.

MIL-KOW is the solids of liquid
milk without the butter fat. MIL-KOW
in liquid form is a delicious and satis-
fying drink. MIL-KOW is produced
without preservatives or adulterants.
MIL-KOW is thoroughly sterilized. H
danger from disease germs. May be
used whorover milk Is wanted for
cooking and baking. Two car for
25c. makes six quarts pure skimmed

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Phone 211.
Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m.: 1 to
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Mot Running Water at All Tmew
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'Tallahassee. April 2.-The belief tIs
that the lawmakers will now give at-
tendt** to q b -nepdd leoflatloa bw
there are other bills that wl he mdrk-
ed by exciting debates and A-naeus
contents Will be mde to kin freak
measures that have been laUidu.d.&
Sidney L Walles. with Freak Clar
an his lwyerf,; Is making as effLort. ,
secure his lonS-discumased clam, w )
has been rejected by previous legils-
ture., and this wUll precIpItateM'a ght
as there are numerous represe iativs
who sustaJn the action taken by both
the Jennings aad Browadrciuinlns-
tratoen. There are others who bellov
Plorid.shgjld pay the *t-.
to be due.
Quarantee of Bank Deseits
The state guarantee of ba k et-d
posits is a propwoItlo t#at v.t be!a
live one before the end of the week.
There are a number ofbillla based on
the Oklahoma plah now beftre the
Before Day LodegesMay bo bepp ead-
It looks very much like the negro
secret society in Florida is doomed.
Senator Williams' bilL which Is aimed
at them. came up for passage during-
the week, but was so heavily loaded
with amendments that It was rushed
back to the committee to be fted- up
for fear that Its objects woUld be lust
sight of. Jt requires societies to se-
urew permits traum the besaids of ,40a-
ty commissioners before holding meet-
ings, and the commissioners must not
isue the permit if they have any rea-
son to believe that there Is anything
tending to Immorality or disrespect of
law hitched utp with the lodge work
In any way. The senators begun to
amend It so as not to Interfere with
particular lods. It will be f0ed up
so that the white lodges will be ex-
cepted. as their objerts ar etfrety
different from those of the negro so-
cieties. The bill will probably pass.
Important- Seheo HIN
Leggett Introduced a bill Friday that
is of importance to every school In the
state. The lat legislature made an
appropriation under wMhIci It was
agreed to pay to each cofint a certain
ium for Its schnols. based upon the
number of its schools that kept up anw
average attendance record of 80 per
cent. Every county reached after It,
but the law got yanked In the supreme
court and that body knocked the un-
derpinning out from under the whole
business by declaring the law uncon-
stitutlonal. In the -meatife thI"
countelps had got ahead and spent the
cash they hadn't got.
The new bill makes up the amount,
for them. It runes-all tle wWa froeC
$35,000 for Hmlistreo county Oowa
$3.000 and $4,000 for some of the small
counties. A similar bill Introduced
early In the session by Mr. Leggett
was found to be dangerous as the
old one and was pulled out of the pile.
Mr. Leggett spent mach time on the
preparation of the new one and be-
lieves It.will stand the test.
W~ Tenweo-^~ $
Repreuentative Dup ont R .4L,2ha
introduced a bin l ithe eai -thl
week to abolish the Efeo, e( county
treasurer. The plan is to require the
county officials to debaolt :al;wit'lij
banks, who .wl -me id for the d-
ptosits, and thus a away with the of-
rice of treasurer entirely. *-
It looks very much Ilka the legIsla-
ture is going to bil herae raing In
Florida. . .
to A. A. Chlao T r L
now. His ream is wl worth wend-
ing: "Trr a e I 1 qlrhedk ho
lndlgestlB, ttwic |q~fujgjtsoa.
nervoussein, i-d~'IIlrl-B~,*h
writes. '1 couldnt sleep had nm ap-
petite, nor amWne, 'gpew. wsiar
every day m spte er ml medical
treatment Tteta utief tlerttbe m
ter. Twelve bottlee stored aO of
my ol time healS a ,igoh fIoe I
can atteni to ttaelaft. e~r a It's
a weaderfl nmedlclas. -mmkf~t tor
stomach, lIver, kidneys, bood and
nerves. M c at all dJru Tnto.

Domb Expld d i. to H ISIrlo S
LouWs Catmdr" IW NOw oeVOS
New Ortleans, Apri. 2-The ta-
mouo old St. Louit eeatklrak Ia nbar-
tres street was shaken yesterday af-
ternoon by an explo ian believed to
have resulted from n i0 nmE, of a
bomb In the south tower of the bsuIld.
The eroslof. einear f4 r emny
blocks and rutiag will exctement
In that part of the city, occurred at
a time wbti the church was ertl-
caoty epty. -I
On e t the as an ar. h the froat
of the chch was wrecked. band-
some glas windows ,e.e broken and
a quatity of .alastirg dislodged.
The 4mwe e amount Ato ftA.
The ML Leab cathedl is e oe f the
most -an Catheilc A-naeh in i the
united Satesh ft hisabemled do-
slen sao weiNoWi #.a4 e em of 4be
mest I P, I didOMAN49et loakid In

JapeM io Wosklpe at Awoher in a
Caifiomian Harbor
3 Angele., April 27.-For the first
Uine In. ten years warships of Japan
adteed a Paceific coast port of the
Vaited Stit, when the cruisers Soya
"ad *Amo comprising the Japanese
tranang squadron, commanded by
Rear Admiral lcbh i, steamed Into Sun
Pedro yesterday.
They ae on a peaceful visit which
will take them to all of the principal
lorts a4 the Pacific coast. The two
sps are prat e of the Ruose-Japanese
war, the Amo being the former Russian
cuWif Bayn, and the fyo form-
1i -the cruiLser Varaf&
"Personaily I can only express my
pleasure at the increase edvidemo of
ftlendliness between the United States
and my country," said Admiral Ilichi
yesterday. "I have ao dow*t that our
visit b ,w, be oat of lasting pleas-
'alt fambrances hr us. We .f Jap-
a Bav great admiration for Ameri-
camns and I am glad of this opportunity
to return here for even so short a

Wria The Wear Wall

N bmNhtgbW paet a saue s
bW yo of mated life often make i
l aipearanc and dmpositim of may
women. The freshness, the charm, the
brilliaNme vanish like the bloom from a
peach which l s rudely handled. The
maton Is only a dim shadow, a faint echo
ulibs ohaming maidem. Theara two
Fmsoin for this change, Ignonce and
eemt., ew young wome appreciate
the thAck to the systI through the
change which comes with marriage and
i thirhood. Many neglect to deal with
the unpieaant pelvic drains and weak-
mVaS which too often come with mar
riage and motherhood, not understanding
tat this secret drain is robbing the cheek
of Itsftu nMM ad th form of Its

As nely !! En general health xffen
W he Is dGMACOetof to& Wbalth
-4 thedtce Woma VgorgAnsO aoMWeY
whe~lhea orias ArG istaleed to
heahtllte a~riikftoI wfneal
t e~a~cw eell Mmt SAndy
a-owd health aqd
61W In the M of r. Pierce's Fa-

strm and tick wom welL Ingrdil-
oft af tabel- etalas no alcohol or
anmfdl haMbt-foming a mg. Made
wholy ofweoms mUv, Amcan, medi-
li rol -m a highly recUmmended by
adInL aI authorities of all the Mtr-
W1 -10 of practice for td t core o
wowan's pecis~ar ailments.
1~rnarmoI -Atbxor for thaesbroken.
&#m te= etI by too Gfrqtent bearhig of

eh1o1sa aIlsol flor thl] xetnt nihely
talo maim iW lLt co g
aom ts Advent easy and
aaastnelWido e is no medicinequito
sa I"ds-'w "Ifrtia Preecriptom.n It
an JO. -0 harm i0 a"y condition of the
syste. Ist a most potent Invigorating
..tomlc in. Mmte nk,, r tem y
l*anag uelrvne nicely
adapftsaV t asa elcto system by a
wphyuclan Of laSM experience In the W0t-
meat of woman's peculiar ailments.
Dir. Plem be consulted by let-
bwofe-fa at CDr. R. V.Pkerce,


Stories of Slaug~ert, Pillag A
Rapine Come from Every Ceemer
ef the Anielst PeiNSUMl


Beirut. Aprfl 27.-Tbe situation In
Asiatic Turkey Is one ot extreme grav-
Ily. How many _boqw-ndv have been
n;assacred cannot be estimated, the
0isturbanceir having been so wide-
spread. Latest estimates place the
number of killed In Adana at approx-
imately 26.0ee and fhoueands have
been done to death in the towns of
other districts. The state oa ae~
which several of the places are under-
going, has brought the Inhabitants to
ti.e verge of starvatimn.
Several warships are In them Wa-Mi
but the disorders mae so far-rehi,-
that the efforts of the powers to re-
store normal conditionMs have as yet
hardly been felt. The French cruet
Jules Perry arrived here yesterday and
left tor Lafitka. where swamrnn of
refugees are pouring In. Brttlb,
French and German warships are at
other ports, and marines have" been
landed to quell disorders aa far as
possible at the more Important points.
One of the missionaries at Alexan-
dretta. Mr. Kennedy. with 46 Turk-
Ish trool", has gone to the relief of
Dturtyul. an Armenian .village oan the
coast, where 10,000 people are beseat-
ed by Immense bands of Kurks and
Cyricians Only two days ago a Brtt-
isi warship returned from that place,
the governor havyig refused the com-
mander permission to land a relief
party. The water supply has been cut
off from the town. Children drink out
of animal tracks after a shower. There
waas incessant firing on Greek subjects
sent out under escort yesterday.
Confirmation has been received of
the burning of the Armenian village
of Kessalo. All the men and many
women and children have been slain.
The American property there was de-
stroyed. Miss Chambers, an Ameri-
can missionary. Is safe.
All the property of the Christians at
Djebel Bereket has been destroyed
The loss will be enormous. Reports
state that HadJIn, in the vilayet of
Adana, 1s on fire. FIve American wo-
men are there, including Miss Lam-
bert. who has been sending out appeals
for help. Miss Virginia A, Billings and
Miss Bowman. The authorities have
refused permission to Messrs. Lawson
and Chambers, also American qis-
sionaries, to go to their relief. Frantic
appeals for protection and food are
coming from all sections. Beirut is


Wilbur Wright Performed a New Feat
in Aerostation
Rome. Italy. April 27.-Wilbur
Wright. for the first tme, yesterday
wade a flight without using the start-
Irg tracks. The feat aroused the great-,
eet enthusiasm. Wright maneuvered
his machine for a hundred yards and
then shot up into the air.

-- Of Ointments for Catarrhi that Contain
Several Towns Destroyed and Many MereY
UvOe Loot As mercury will surely destroy the
LUsbon, April 27.-Seismlc disturb- sense of smell and completely derange
SaNMo have cea4ed throughout Portu- the Whole system, when entering It
gal. Every one is greatly Impressed through the muous Murf ades. Such
with the courage and energy of King articles should never be used except
Manuel, who after directing the fire- on prescriptions from reputable phy-
men In the city when the first and Iclans. a the nuge tbey wm do lo-
met violent ahek ock rre on Fri- ten-fold to the good yFou man poblf
I noderive from them. H~tl Catarh
day. set out with phystcans and sup- derive from them. Hl' Ct tar
piles for the districts where the de- Cure, manufactured by F. Cheney
stnruction wa the greater & Co, Toledo. Ohl ctaln d s omr-
A number of villages have been cury, and Is takeMn intsf, aet~ng
wiped out. BL1avaterr and San Ste- directly on the blood andmuco'- r w r-
aioe were badly damaged. Thirty- facesuof the system. InbutHalrte
ni bodies have been taken Trom the Catarrh Cure be ste you get the me-
runa, 120 persons are missing. Hun- ulne. It is take lnterany a ad e
dreds were Injured. It Is reported that In Toledo, Ohio, by V. J. Cheney &
two large nsh boats foundered and Co. Testimonials free. Sold by drug-
gists. Price 76c. pe bottle. ak
their crews, numbering Prce 7]. pe bte. Take
perished. Parliament has voted $100,- .ils FIaally Pills ftr ostipation.
On for the rele of the sufferers. CHUFA SEED FOR SALE
IF YOU ONLY KNEW These chufas took the price at the
The mits fWonder Marion County Fair. Price $4 per
The merits of-y Texas Wonder, you bushel. G. D. Turned, PMe, .
would nave e r from kidney, blad- ,
dwer or rheuaUt trouble. $1 bottle two -- --
math'. trntmmtL. Sol bv dbruggists w -- -v i s a -

or by mail Send tfor testimonials. Dr.
& W. 11OA, 9M Olive street. St.
Lolde. Whmomu
The launch "Merry Widow," with
cano top. at. swft w and comforta-
ble, Is for hih at t liver Springs,
elthe for a abort trip on the run, for
a moonlight excursion or picnic to
pots on the river or for long trips to
Palatka or Jaeksonville. A careful
pilot and skilled engineer always in
charge of the boat Orders should be
booked several days ahead to make
sure of an eagage"t. Call on D.
Mathews at the Ocala Steam Laundry,
or phone him at No. 10L 3-24-tf
One of t he greatest convwlenes
about the hoese Itoet of those Amer-
icM Uetrie Smoothing Irons. Heat-
ed it a minute, an even temperature,
never soiled or smoked. Get your wife.


P. 0. Box 4. OCAIA, 'A.

Red and Fe Brickk Work
Special attention to repairing fur-
naces, boiler setting and Dutch
ovens, brick kilns and baker's
ovens. If your boiler doesn't steam
as it should, send for me. I am the
Anl Work GOrateed
No distance too late and no hour
too late to respond. At the Carlton

8 Johns DIVISoa M1K Ordor RAW "
way Conductorm I conjunction with.
the Jaeksonville Board of Trade. Wf1i
meId a committee te Boston on May
Uth to Invite the grazAd atlo of
the Order of allway
meet in the city at m at
their next rglar j- .
1911. This caiverttos ft a OpW -u
over s5 regular delegates, he lt -
dies auxilary over WIe. Tes with
the ft--rte- wI cany the teglax
attendance mo noderaby ver UAK'
reresenting every state and territory
In the Union, as weU as Mezlc, Can-
ada and Quebec.
The biennial sessions are generally
made the "mecca" around whitt hor,
during the astmina. 4p"r nly or'
-ft. AMOS -odomow_ act the
aw.,Ao -- wt m.1 31i0 t go- Aft
a~ht~ inelag eapeltlom. .It is waft t^
mry that i we succeed a gSetting
convenomw tht we will have with us
tar at le]At two eekls Uly VIA M9is-
t wtsk when tb*e tdW r 1*ch
hom~e wm be scateed an over. the'
Unftd State, kwhatev the asiw4 ;'
ti a means of locomotion. aA f w
make a ftvora"e InPrmlon ,,rW
paises will be msn to tbhtwf
The committee will o-n headquart-
era in Boston and keep tem open dur-
ing the season of the grand" dMa wm
which will last ten days or two weeks.'
The Jacksonville Board of Trade and
St. Johns Division 1 will distribute
souvenirs, badges, etc.. but 1 think it
a good idea to get up a lot o folders,
booklets, souvenirs, etc. of the dif-
ferent places of Interest In the state,
also manufactories, etc., and the com-
mittee will be glad to receive sug-
gestlons, cards. etc.. even to the ex-
tent of making a small exhibit of,frult
and fwers.
We believe this convention w ill be
of vast good to the state In gfeateral.
and the committee will apprecIatel any
aid or suggestions that will help us
capture it. Please communicate. with
any of the committee as early as pos-
sible, as we will leave about May ith.
any anything for the committee's use
can be sent to Boston care "?arkeg
House," addressed to W. B. WaddeIL.
Yours respectfully, .
W. B. Waddell, 13 7th Street.
W. H. Dowling, Jacksonville.
W. H. York, SL Augustine.

Mothers who value their own omw-
fort and the welfare of their children,
should never be without a box aof
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children, fur use throughout the aea-
son. They break up colds, cure fev-
erishnese, onstipatlon, teething dis-
orders, headache and stomach trou-
bles. These powders never all. Sold
by all drugstorest. 2Sc. Don't accept
any substitute. A trial package Will
be sent free to any mothers who wll
address Allen S. Olmsted, Lmry, N.Y.
Saged two Wild Bassts and a Ganele
on the Plains of KaMtL \
Nairobi, British oast AMa April
27.-After a brief hunting expedItion
at Kapiti Plains. ex-PrIesldeut RIt
velt and his party broke eamp .indA
started for the ranch of Sir Alfred
Pease, on the Athi river. Presidet
Roosevelt spent part. of yestetda-
sorting his kit, while Kermit and sev-
eral of the men went to try their htck
with the rifles.
Col. Roosevelt's first hunt war fa-
vored by fine weather. He bagged
two wild beests and a Thompeom Sb-
sells. He was somewhat disappoInted.
however, as he had been aamloai to
secure a Grants gaselie, whose m'!.
,ive horns are much sought after for.

Great deeds compel re-rd. The
world crowns It doers. 'Taf' why
American people have crowned IDr
Kings New Discovery the King Of
Throat and Lung Remedies. Uverp
atom is a health force. It kills germs,
and colds and la grippe vanishes. It
heals cough racked membranes and
coughing stops. Sole, nftcmed broa-
chial tubes and lungs are cured and
heuo, rhages cease. Dr. Gee. Mere,
Black Jack, N. C, writes: "It cured
me of lung trouble, pronounced hope-
less by all doctors." Us, $1. Trial
bottles free. All druggists.

Gues-t of Battery Park Hotel Re"Wtd
Out in the Early Monming.
AsbeviDle, N. C., April 27.--Fire
which broke out In the laundry room
of the, Battery Park Hotel here early
yesterday morning caused 2e0 guests to
leave the building clad only in their
night garments.
During the excitement following the
discovery of the fire the electric lights
went out. adding to the eoqfusion.
Trunks were thrown out of the win-
dows and some of the guests carried
their clothes down the stairs In their
hands. The fire was soon extinguish-

Is a man who can't see good l anya
person or thing. Irt's a habit caused
by a disordered liver. If you ftnd
that you are beginng to aeme thla
through blue spectaces, treat your
liver to a good emening out process
with Ballard's Herbtne. A -e cure

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SOne dak ktame b eMauet ft e, ol _a*. TeeM M rsh amppe r te aSthe beI s door atd the baquestUs S MtR

_,. heo, mtherof Meurn., the Ba- ri. At. ,a Ketw VL ( ,a. i.,t,, <*eh t-6h - e mwm +eldr;ka dee.
Two steel-nwsedobauwr tst e ssy mo bM m 1o_ 0. 3M atr a9han ta In s athey widet open e.l m-s

One ae arblownwCel4 5 E IWeO*tose h usa ut" mdt

t AM LOttTOfMtyDAtohe teW semi edIlsituon omfgr eat i a, a. .,. .
SaM gtsOTHAN t ne MerM aalereai. wb"eare m ccentricOber the e' a doors W."et a" G oe

The shou ting and the tmlt gr w,. t m m t b anotine gs rtain nt a al ome htas w '
mThe angryod bullets spat and es f we iti r a ad t appeamsa" an As thes aasseekies. C g W wonis
And whena the king of beasts wasr nto t ha s r ee baa aa r dti cstol 5 wa t a is AL Snewas ai S e

The following aGreworkseated to glae t: o a a me-h a h-tb a. e goaod eme ro e vead Btrate ht ogh Aatma B I
and d urlit ng thinrtfy-tte das b1 : she "s& r om. MaryM o S Ue io didmaltplehsue t Me
o ixpskyroai elbun"at. Ser 0 *r Mat. Di. Oh ist I m i to amuse In'th act.of Besis waate& t tthe a aers were

Twor owerpot s mpl is @ 9 I.ber lh" 'b is o M"l" ae' w ak Isas theyname t wta t
wo Roan ma candles t 'ame -- g tc nI sompwiany tem travel w su an

, The ree Wmerchantd the m" .. "e tiS s medy.Sh h t
fe Twval of the meod (May 25e) to AV*t*OSOa.."WM OEd Slno eote lTemigh Tusdaybe tt nmma ai se K
At e one wao te-rs teue. ,rh aou s the slannftasto ts opori tyo n 0wt-

Sb w, A ILSON TO GwRADUATE daMsA SIe Vie0eptt etosr60 t0 ws ,,til ae p" leswtsf
Aterig sto s an evam to thise tim -eainef rm- pandtess e scale QA# twas ersmaume a S he ta Ms

Wake m mother rOsfU.r a f tt It elected Mtet o s wth01. e0suata o.,,st b o.,* i -
maen bea of the p ay, mot r I to be a u* gm.huMs^ i, ahsf ma.Le2 %we -6B'ested r da I' mt amrheed. hIs at AL
queen of thoImprove Mayt, It will hr t e so I mt t o gaeber ek w.f b at dc w s 1h n M the 13 04 9016-.O

undthert the favorable At ev eor s ee a 3af.t gM= e iSA n*aa t M illt -do. I np date am I eaW ea t ett i shloose
uwas named for t d dedI l ted hmto ktgal Coaad e.f oe& "$,Ia"g oodoft rf at to -- Crean"l po-0014
and during Its b t "orbott*o a dollays us pusthemow 0 Am tothe W&gdIt it as far perioto the Aim r

bness has t qsIusuae t stelly b4een goodsmWh gw A s gve-~ e oN0s DbI Lais
comparatively abundant ly dI IS A02iMX Dr. 49 l atet tWaldest Saledvitk M ena I&e-&-Tawat W ebimiwe

seem ingW, mother,- o acoa-h __Aod prca,, , .m re

dw e rn, the Pouta. i j ape nG6h sk bu 1s. W '\ bs a

theward fr goods with the watoerseovf to minute by tue ty wit
that they might be p onarde Itwpasses iag agi Molar ]Brow partXrnmeaeATIt waswho e un Wafter mes*wereek wba

ameatsorthonevtn g to bin.,h COL huIIwA t AY a" CAUTIONED calethe tau"ect We e very "SssS old It.POM@Wk
the I NeFry t the UofiateIaM -e th ano ce o ,H.. 1 mmaak .W h.m o--- .- E 'a=
tree awld t he w ri llwo. aw arlea ted a sew sM -j bips Jap Ite the. Mr Mri Ug n of geedei tte l W I

I* tree wi bl ,t e TT t .R the toa.t h ad Bd o so su o
boom, the barlyefomother boy w l asa i sS a l C A us atth a ,tpele2. teet sat t

will frisk and e g ol like a eac 1var 'ta1s1t '^* by1 Wa r Swinby n o hlai the At hod I e A -
*at it. in as sot. a s b e a. Th l ot. .. ........ .... .
the b eavineost beg m s to rn aad f t b . s t ac o e -ae .t ... *

our congressman sent out airs wee mt i ~S eg'Mt a. sis -tate la sbipn ?apileae to o ao. f- & Hod-L t etU aao a *s 1l i MT t
Qn eeery one. Them mbo Mi 5 r 'M e Cn islea s e eo be as **The imbiea r e lsesio

oyterplant mrse eaven Incinkea high, aad ie is misse Of a diered as an act unfrienrdly to the ---- ^* ,ls a*'r*s! e m
Sthe mint (I wonder doelay I ahe w the As i.JITl a o s d SOL V s baa w g tsa e t ptaeb mi
otate ha voted dry? A eovera smom_ ume theae l ig r A
a *-d tm n tr e e ps a Brag bo te beat yoou Jbaot fs A aT Tts s e Me" n m, *toiW 1"t a
isdey make'ssRte- q eemns Of AeS t re I n a. ea, Ithe C 0i I WeafOn 0 iamy age ise
e othe squashw er. o ef aig 5. as- -s"Bid in lishi well and hres sof asem y.

ad tnhe fimart srut ow arn otm "s M*rl h- be Made -- 'MDS leeT ows dfsplevere the *a g ggW Agsga dT D In bein Uiw VoB W B
don. WitrhdThesW116mt m heas hat av coKlnts Nu w.e Poi d1 6mnt1 1A ll )h te3U
while nhes fedro TWA u poA 1Cte is al agits Teeda d is o nad b ub rainadbody.e w aisL A

WatIstr haswalw af mf4 the 6s6Mt a gand" sein t M In pespln Beras, 2Is re, W. Va., writes: tU I U U 15 gYle It'
Slace Boceevelt stepped iowo adt uat m hat Un that I ev sd.

Retire again at 10 A Af te W b*- tde .o RMB T BALI AT MWP sm
To bed at 1 agala, e Mdy, Mwary i, ten 6 IYAd 1LUSTRATE YOUR AO. is
Arise at 6, stay up tll t, 2nl3* p. m. o em I pt U 7 9 p *L Sm&a&
And finally retire, awm. is s ads Ub o 5^i itatroas and
And there wi not be a dog-pm gne m he "l0t at dtoeq gaISso Is"li With livve islele
To put upon thevi wire. "Ioae SM' ean b. e 4s-dat adtntomu"bb
Go toi _i iWe-- IJA E BROWN i 'a
The correspon-eat wheowad 'R OT" srsaretype la a ala th
to listen at theucrackswl tartay the U at evye 0 wo Sw 9 at w hrtao. D bft for OO
the White Bo os pe mae m iil d tak.t ''e 105 KM O et a set ony kton ct aa ad dgleigin" ." I
playing jacks. The praetat we amey rIany. ft Itir 6 eea& tio&MMvs "am desire to lustrate lad
upon his bucking rocky hore, the sV taise the 6 i6b after te R r itm-tYU or hand bils a fi -
men will turn up their toes and parb stran itI m t 1MaSWMa the 3.04Lte Can at the oce a dt -
of remorse, the tariff argumInt w blead W. sai the maa sW e- 0e1&et of the Cuts. New o a hes .___A_.
drone Its weary way along, the stiesu em a Iai7tee tha I sreoulve twse a week. IK n Ca the eoses e se 2 thetf
will battle with the weak,_ sad._ -'__ -__ea :-r..,./
will wrestle wronC, the vedeav 1.>0", "Wo w fta tlWS W me w is a eats- kW a raI a aI
will howl, the planter will protest, d M.h to bn belsd by a- ftin.a a a m tN a sam s n& < at
miner will exhort the lawtoo 1 "-"
the oppressed, thewm im-E XALL aA"devopsint*pamns.-^ AftoMaa.
bat the tax upon a Par hat, -B.M i by Insbat unpa B A 1 a il
about the tme we settle it, we wati 8M tC Of M4W" S.,, geganS aH Romey a d Tarn .,Sbd. k b
know where we're at. ... I a.I- I .. ,o o harmfl &wG AL w
Uuntl the ftth May wf ha ?* ISIS b jwru r. 1 h a pNrbey vq ,W bs iZ. op-
Mthe odic al s gao"Tarus- t I"....RA. -* AT TEN00.*K*d f -10"p* m a'" T Pd m w i. i .
reached the Albertie Ba and ,,,e Go CLOSI NG oCHEDULK |.3.
Influence of Taumru wil easae h to m T" oa seBa gon "o .. ...
do a good deal of roaritag The s eet I May 1st at flee sk y va
and other fairly good roarerp wft Aon after a- eIept Saturdays. On Jm 1l-,
compete with him a while, bat jr t the aohdale wfl he aa above um an -a a a M O"
they have heard him roar two or Sm Two eIpTr *et "eat n Tunias afternooms the Soe
ume they will bst aup a go deal C ..__. St" 0 w .. at .... AA we t I &ON Il ilk". -a
brush getting on the other Ide o tf Al r a. o a t the greary tor t am -
Congo. M UAY AND TUMMAY S S th 410dag ist th O year.
People born under tain W _ve__ __ T l a .
Intricate minds, and thy ..1 A e W w b o anypn=f- 9 J-S
the tariff debate. They ar tngA eM be n-a ma ade 5te takrt ay r ftaHC af tA Ug
In love. and generally marry their tht o aft ber aad Tr r m S a1- W In S6
finities at the outset. Theris a am ..a 1r. cu tn twe. Do oe 1- n .. M at aa -. M ss

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-- t -%c>a^i Mr. C. Herrick of Crystal River the Dade county ail H rrab ut a s tW IemA hT
Uet1a *.. macISer .for the Dixon Crucie c0., tso *urt *meat* s a mir of- Or-N*. .1 *
SI town today. femns. This anegro Was tried Ia s t
here and sestesced to 6 years when -It yen bare a ba sah em s
I &Or p.. -ription department, we h escped ft Mr. tMrh., HN was tremA P U t.
4e1eW bn be th oprmptme:2 and e- ant to the camp of IMe .avis & af er -1 hant m M
On 'e C Inet e Co. ear 8t. Peterabsu, of the up the aisme Oe 4 1
-s^^^ s ob-lemses of the states*aBtleta, *m *oft, .a a s all" W te W-e
G aroad to the Air Dome this ev- which plaeb he %scapsd m te&. I dmtego Solm by t Wggmte.4
eaS A s b hear the "Intermittent mow way Mr. A. J. B esne -a th -
Aare Clerk" so off and witews the tt', 0e of tbe r0eemitaig eiese or REMNANT bAL T OLOB To
adtfutures of *Od I-ac the Pawn- the lessees o fthe eowaefk Amon -w
S vtAmatr -At the Csrosro of Life" hm In 3l at Dade Cstyl had Mr. ANY LADA (LW i
LtoiIH IStefer awvry anme sketch: one worth going bath go down to0 sAItiU Ses S Per s wm s
S* jt seet at eW time, soyou won-twant perWet.. Mr. alll poMitivelv 4tleity ther Stl
.dt AMIN "I tit e*vennIg. adeetfled the man. Is a nesed. ue-'em. watb .lst
onye @wsaestigate VWeAW ft se e ft
The Tewng People's Missionary go-.. REX A I .- Isp WtwojgV UP.. ea
^^---hAnkf .t der of the Presbytersan church will Iirn_ ....s /n 4U ,
ew the monthly sociat on Thurnday There will be Ban le eres pper twme Atol bf. SM- W i t ft-gim
^^^ ^ ^ jUN~ght, instead to Prf day, of this week given byth lad60 m, he Baftist fIr pwdmft Addn II .
^e ^ bW-fteds tof the young people are church of Anthony on Tuesday maght, Ulebad s U Wel1 sI i
w-it to invited to )oa them at the main '.aow y 2?th. Etei]b ly IntMd.& Jel, I Ma5e
-^^^ Ve^~tt N ag sraue with t Mrs. Mary -n NT AL A1O MOMU TA
Abe $016 dW`4' sMaf* ess inese". _______-aBNA" SAL ___-A- .__T T=O G Mt SjMB
70To T amaw
'Mr. and Mr. -W. Marcus of Savan- j' *"
uOak a S h. I rted nto town this afternoon to Over SGCeas UWU* Set 460
bai theP'i:^iirA da^evamhter. Mrs. Mareus Meada-NighS 'iI e
bIP4 d U t. Pinsk wr a tow weekm h PAWf*

unA--**----*-a m R t e < or a rooe B t elle mf e Sam b
em Soath ?frd street. Apply to Dr. solved 1 AiWM -
Sat he hotel or to 5.G.K1a -
nash DRto..W 4-14-tt ITMmt. AWEil M, -. S
ties, I owas o rm tht -A U
'IEEE C thus-mm owru befg a bad umash ely e .
OCALA -A **at *So wsch corn tMwar 8 0 *B 1* *
a"LW :S about 6: p. m. yesterdayO. onft

.mw - 0 VA '.1 j' -- timA *,v(v a. a f

p!c J

"O A D0illm..

ukatUe .4 ~ gtI h mn

wfgan W ft-o -Owtbea"0

at a of" Do ofmomui jist

'j111j~j3PROV11141"1Aft mo

Write toe as fortoe eftmwe a *fd.Theheay

Vfr. ai~guests f the Oon' lime
sea uftO bee fwil unroyevening.Ti mnn r QeeW ba 3~m

"n Oat mosLe AT nTHE GLOb Mr. G. QUu ret m111Mig i fb R NE W 0
Agentsthe A. t yan. KIMF-b

4~ seekprou" 04"atkhe o MY bang am a".hft-e es
M OWLonemate*"mho bwas the ph
~3MONANT AIE AT ofGOEmlot i he te dtmo jmp
am- r.e fItL iett.auall oflm-Newt
MW. 3.. e M&ea ohavken-daeenso",aiudgu ml a4Ct
'Y*11 *f a I n e te cakRem Pstasterfigu redonan eIslbe mokn
premcr~t~onm owthecr. b aif~l we. islrues by t
EverettarbalW.C.BGL beenPetl andt s
MXUXNIT SALE AT TnzH4E 06thewlsft asetilstace.WMr.
00 a 1(1ev. was drage. IL ,' the atofat.
~~~*/ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e.atoneyv5.oC.Do-want of Roomsvll, lt heforwA dTRun. Ad ase
is r s wemOWwil e ay afr"f him.rsartMLbeame amme W
Ilmaks hill T rigum 26o, de thenbareso. ndi ay~
RX39NAM SALE AT THE GLOBN Ins fhtea o a Img ear agin bbas Amet f ublub '2
by theIn hes attnfrm ybeti 31r. HtmatL ured

*r. It. e~ of Leoy ~wm inpte v at dbthe
ftt cars; beingAth e a&c'ftt ost a"
cu oman fvr,26nd very OPlf fft hsf- WLA S
Eliwexa momoftn o il btb
wr P.Ne- o. the stATagot out he' tben
(WJ U uS bS difld& ~~W' -~ Mt 1 C 08p"te oeBarlow fet TCEWSY EAV 108L
ab dddj gte b a.Hon %e. 0 oe POewledme qlbrdti

e tar ot&eal dineseIn the cito athe, cars. Uk Citws.sot@9
ti M::athe -.Coura~Iuee .dt, 100T n& aoierm" inedtoa" aIFc
-. c~~ere seof ndthe busi ess sad t o mh tld Zws
2=A* SLBATMZGWSI temile fritpaea a shet inateiee. Lft.oR- u

AtteH. FaJ.oC yeva-t of Brow-vwmeu terthe to- bO.AbII. "dpssS 2W
PIsatkts TealtHos. mhm.Psbrb eae umelS
~~~~~chiflls and fever. 26 cents. ptb Mte ~

~ Wy theH.MolfnacotWlioothndatU the e Mied asdbift Atei00:.'M 4 AU A
by dw Cim of b*06 to almlif I' wIee vlltotBAIAnATowToday. Z inte 13at10 jWug en atha dslt Sae& oSt"4 tsk.
his a drm sueici oentlyba remage IS n: b s
Mr.W. E BllofVakit s sittb me Frtunatlew ca sop- v-.
q AnL m wiays hve isub16spold
Mr.and Mom. T M. Srickand othe 'n Mgs em dkbb "Me
Ulm W :taken out.. Vr 1 kW was am
Finl tt angust ofth OaCalM twu13th
Zafsst beapste t v frora napsela] te soWin & few m, the "i whoMoe b" It
geserat mafateesand-alms't,& kijrlledM, CaftrM. be. & ftt W f 6
MOL 15w. aENANT .SALEAiAT THE GLOBE M. tb ,wehlhm irueehtea~ e
7~ U ~ W ~ -an ws aknghi t 0jm.i. w.7an? b t4 m




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There are many ways in which It -irw the
public, but the one now mast Valual, pe.
haps, is to help with loans. We willme e .
nwds of conservative borrower. '

The Munroe & Chambliss Bank

T. T. Munroe, Pres. Z. C. Chambl Is. V. Fres.




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Rates $3 per Bay ai Upwards, Im aim -|m
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P"61Florida and Wesmt Id .T !mena"t

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Waet we i -H--- the f mesed-

MW Ited "s DUd k stte s unig

nmoIa swxmm& a Th. e apppi-
eaem of ccstesm satoVdd atns-
pflatalMn a w eo a great hto then
s, s maid dr ahem .t Ca e-w as
6a the .ave -- et t- e telete*ph sad
bla. AN of which have eusPred
wlaa the ah y of m. yt nvr H .
Bat Ie mM* reeat lawvalon ofeth
tameype *mbbe Save them their

A 9eat maEW MMphlaints are lodged
4asWR h. eW..I.ap.1 .a" e.peciall
egatast whlt is tsmedteilM Jowr-
maw.Ye" Met tade it up eOn wayr ad
down aoMner, ai it. will be teaM
that the worM owwe Its growth loar
the lines of trade, traffic, commerce
mad righteoousees more to newspapers
than to say ethe single force or fac-
ter. Indle4 It may be aid that the
SewS9aper Is the pulpit, the school and
the circulating library combined. It
Ums prevent itself to be a potential pow-
er and has climbed from the "fourth"
to the "flit" qtae.Its Influence Mhs
been civtlslag and reaning. and that
the world Is rowinar better, and the
people eVerywbete more jealous of
freedom, and ae more tolerant In
their discussions of religion and Mtate,
is largely because of the powerful and
splendid Influence ebrted by the
But what we want to know tonight
to the reItlnq=-hip existing between
the bankers and the newspapers.
Newspapers cannot exist without mon-
ey and the banks are generally sup-
poeed to furnash ths necesmry
"wherewithal." I wish, at least, that
that were true.
I believe In an abundancy and re-
dundancy of money. I do not submit
to the doctrine that "too much of a
ood tMhin s gooe twr nothing." Be-
Ilevigt that every artery of business
would be Improved by a liberal supply
of money eostualned me to advocate
the "free coinas of silver on a parity
with old." I was not a particle alarm-
ed by the argument Shat the nations of
the earth would dump all their silver
on us. I was aniomsfor them to &d

I shan cte am illustration of the
great benefits of ei "cheap" money.
I alaMB cite the evnament of the
Confederacy. Lvdn before its organl-
satlos It was abowered with shot and
shell. It was called and property call-
ed "the storm cradled nation." What
did it do? There was but one thing
for It to do, and It did that. It immne-
diatey put its prting presses to
printing money and kept then steadily
at It from Its besning to Its cloee.
There was nothing back of this money
but the love and loyalty of the people.
but it enabled the government to put
vast armies Into the field and it ena-
bled It to supogn those armies with all
the muntion of war. This money,
cheap and worthless p It was, enabled
this overamet to keep those armnles
in the field for more than four years.
Without t. It, t oud not have moved
band nor foot. Not only was the gov-
ernment able to bay all it wanted with
this money, but the individuals were
alU .fortunate. There was nothing
that t could not buy. It took a great
deal of it, it is true, but everybody had
.a great deal of It. So what was the
Living under the freest and most be-
niga government In the world, and in
the most favored state of the country,
we ought to do something for the good
eof our own people and for posterity, to
let the woMd know that we had an ex-
Let me cite you an extract that willn
tel you of what the aborigines of this
'country did long behre Colbmbus dis-
It. The extract le from Cham-
ber Zcylopedia:
"The greatest highway of the coun-
try was that which led from Quito
thrush Cuaco into the Chilian do-
mialons. In Hits eaotruction galleries
ep cut for leagues through the living
rock; rivers were crossed by bridges
of plaited oders that swung in the air;
preciplaes were ascended by staircase'
artiflelaly cut, and valleys were filled
with solid masonry. It was from 1500
to MS mileM long, was about 20 feet
broad. sad was built of heavy flags of
treestone. * Fresh fsh caught
on one day at Lurin, on the Pacific, is
said to have been eatse the next day
at Couem. The distance between these
places ls 3i milee"
Taking Inspiration from these early
lnhabitants, let us emulate their ex-

ample. Let us use the potential power
of the banks and the newspapers and
arouse a sentiment that will build a
highway teNa the capital to the ends
of the t ats n adrectaons, and plant
on either elde evwy tree and flower
that e Indigeous to our solL The


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wit at mma. goBeUs ba me peb-
Ilem an a tas and, cTvAlit e to
bb boman on=&bbhis M- eme
W9 hbon AAnd e .eealed MtheaGK
an woman sarthe 6Wy city ato
s re muarrecet. Thb is the d"e
pufn of pt4lip4at the gsoapel@ sa "t
is beooed atthe mnatme t m8atn& -Fw
a@eDa work. pssemeal hawmy md a
pereOal word of -vftiatib B Ewhes
eter thage SkLVt I-N11 f
commercial traveHr. the smal
agent, know that ton t= e upb
co-ses maa @e liseedes kernag @
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mare atome them we s ea bL

The town has bem or" tweat-
fve years and ait is a a vrs frsM
bel- dead
We are m y7 .tt we e

and dear M.

Mmly e0a"k Ru fe -w e iE fW
-d **P*o 1**hv
thomnds of bad beac Wt a t
Ocala are glad to teen that pmpt re-
ef is wuthe their ,s eb. Naoy a
lane, w ad an- aIsa b* th as
mer thanks I* oasals Kldmrefas
vom amery sate- I the -ale.
aM t t m adge0 t1 *-
Perlnc wast the Q Aer aw-
dy. Here s. an -p wonri raid
Mr. I X. EwardA, vIng f B
St, Sqaefb, saym. '"I neer med
a remedy that. proe of lsuc igrt
beneft to me s De 's iMly Pills.
and duln pai t h.. ay hle.,
Some days my backt timMeId m so
severely that I elS g oarcely get
arena. I was unable to rest weU at
night, ad in the morning a y back
was so isme and stiff that it ws
difficult for me to put on my cloth-
ing. My kidneys were also weak .
greatly added to my m 7ry. I tally.
learned of Doam's Kidney Plls, and
procured them. I had only used three
boxes when I was cured and I am
now feeling a great deal better than
before in years. I give Doan's Kid-
ney Pills entire credit for the change
In my condition."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their eusto-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price SP
cents. Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo.
New Lork, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doen's-and
take no other.
I receive every day from Crystal
River choice oysters, both Inside and
Gulf oysters, salt and fresh water fash
and mullet. I can give you the best
In fish any oyster, fresh and prompt-
ly delivered. Phone 21 city market;
second stall on the lest. 1-20-tf

-E* AI aM
7.S5, Loulsvl.e, Ky., aK4 Mrtun,
account Southern Baptist ConvI-
tion. Tickets o sale May 10, U,
12 and 13. nal limit May 22.
$17.45, Ashevine, N. C., and retaurI
account National AmoelatUon T.
P. A. of America. Tikets on sale
May 28, 29 and 20. Final liit
30 days from but not including
date of sale.
$7. 5, Loulsvilme, Ky., mad return,
account annual aesmlon Aneat.
Arable Order, Nobles of the My
tic Shrine. Tidkets on sale June
6, 8, 7 and 8. lmual lalt June
17, 1909. -
$1745, Ashvlle, N. C.. and return,
account Itaer*mtte- MConmvetim
Baraea and Phlatheb. Tickets o
sale June 17 and 18. F al lasIt
June 25, 1909.
014K.5, Atlata, Ga., and return, ae-
count American Association of
Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 26,
$174t, Asheville. N. C., and return.,
account Dramatic Order Knita
of Khoraan, blemnnial meen
Tickets on sale July 8, 9, 10I, and
11. Final limit July 26. 199.
For full information and sleeper
reesrvatloms cal on any aent Ia-
board or write to 8. C. Besmt,
Asat. Gen. Pae. Agent, Jaeksvlg,
Fla.; or call on H. C. Raygr, 0. T.
A., Ocala, Fin.
Williams' Indian Pile Olntment wil
cure bind, bleed- adt ttchbg plm.
It absorbs the tamor, allay the itch -
tar at once, acts as a poultise, tv
instant reier. Wllnsams' Indian Pie
Ointment is prepared for ples mad
itnching of the private parts, SuM hr
drugists, mas 60e. and 11, WIHmuf
oMauulatur-ln Ca, P csp~ s
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