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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: 05 4, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03158
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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It. R. CARROLL. Svmins ,r

It Is true that the Bearl n e* n
disfranchising the negro In 1tVSVR
passed the senate 20 to 10, but II111
it pass the house and it is tested
courts, does any sane man belloW t i
United States supreme court will n m.
tion the action of the Florida legislae
ture? No one doubts the corrected
of Senator Beard's argument, but It i
another proposition to ask the sprNme
law interpreters of the land to My sap
acts passed by Congress in the carry-
ing on of the great civil war and aw-
Ing the Union, are Illegal. In the ltA
all questions brought before the s*u-
preme court relating to that war wer
sustained, not In the light of the eem-*
stitution, but as war measures. 'te
Times-Union of Sunday contatna an
editorial that in our way of thaingkt
disposes of Senator Beard's contrt-

Representative Cam, of Marion, true
to his calling and profession, after a
hard fought battle landed his bill thru
the house.'getting an appropriation of
$4.000 to continue the state summer
normal schools for the benefit of the
teachers of the state. The Lord knows
they are paid none too much for their
services. Mr. Light opposed the bill.

The disappearance of W. D. Parrish,
of Tampa, a few weeks ago. excited In-
tense Interest. It was thought he was
thought he was waylaid. It now turns
out that Mr. Parrish came to Dunnel-
Ion to dispose of some phosphate lands
he owns In that section. It seems he
wrote to friends in Tampa Immediately
after his departure, but It did not
reach its destination, hence the com-
motion and anxiety.
Judge Charles Godshaw announces
that in case the state legislature does
not pass a too stringent anti-racing
law, he Is ready to come to Tampa aad
Invest 1150,000 in a first-class race
track and conduct it in a manner that
will be a credit to the association. Be
will cut out all pool selling and betting
and let the horses run on their merits
and few will object to this sport.
The outing Phil Robinson gave the
graduating class of the Ocala High
School Saturday aboard his father's
launch Isabell, down the run and the
Oklawaha river, was a most delightful
affair. Mr. Geo, K. Robinson, father
of Phil. was master of transportation
and the admiral on deck of the trim
little craft. The party went down be-
low Grahamville, where a delicious
i epast was served, Including ice cream.
Several attempted to cast a line but
the fish were Indifferent. The boys
enibyed several dips In ie watet, and
the" girls ppun fancy yamts of all man-
ner of Improbable affairs. The day
will long be remembered as one full
of social enjoyment.
county commissioners were in
this morning listening to' road
In the case in the Fallrfield
mlngton section In which Mr.
nd was the complainant and
Interested parties were J. C.
ews, W. J. Edwards and 'Mr.
Jennings, while Commissioner J. M.
Mathews was holding down the Id on
facts and figures. C. E. Conner wal
acting as clerk to the board In teW
absence of S. T. Sistrunk, who was
busy with court matters.

Dr. T. K. Slaughter IRvon, Mr. Ca-
hoon, Oak, H. W. Nettles, Fleming-
ton, Walter Lftman.': Sparr, Dolf
Mitchell, Summerfleld. E. E. Ormond.
Mr. Blackman, Sr., Sunmnerfleld. were
amon gthe visitors from the country
In town today.
Rev. Father Clarence E. Woodman
of New York. arrived in town last
night and will pay a visit to his
friends. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Dewey.
at the Montezuma. Father Woodman
came here from Miami. where he
spends his winters. He married Mr.
Dewey to Miss Welch, at Welchton,.
south of Ocala a few miles when Capt.
and Mrs. Wells lived at that place.

Major W. R. Thomas of Gainesville,
has purchased the real estate Inter-
ests of the estate of the late C. W.
Chase, of that town, aggregating sev-
eral hundred thousand dollars and
makes the major the largest realty
holder In the University Cityi

Mr. J. 0. Harr. of Macon, Go. t.ha
been In the city for a few d4ys VMlit-
ing friends and was a guest of the
Ocala House. 0
Mrs. C. K. Cumming. a nssioeary
of the Southern Presbyterian churct,
In Japan, now on a furlough, will be
the guest of Rev. and Mrs. W. i.
Dodge for two days and will speak to
the church tomorrow evening, at 7:c
o'clock. A most cordial Invitation Is
extended to the public.

Phil A. Coates. representing the
Rand McNally May Publishing Q., of
Chicago, was In town today s g
advertisements for the new eqiM
of his Alabama. Georgia and Florida
maps. Quitt a lumber of Florida
towns took space in the msae.
John R. Proctor, the geMal ftrmer
and trucker of the Pedro sectimN, wa
a business caller In town today. He
said prospects never were brighter.


The Ocala attorneys In evidence at
the opening of circuit court this fore-
S-on were I6 T. Islar, H. M. Hamp-
ton. W. A. Rocker. J. H. Bell, C. LU
Sistrunk. R. L. Anderson. L. W. Du"
val, I. B. Bullock, I. N. OGree and
State's Attorney E. W. Davas.
The passage of the Beard dstra-
chilsement bill by the Florida leglia-

The lovers ot ral dood sawater
and Ice ream ftid OM toches the
pt for them. We an at quality
which I. why we it their appreca-
tin. The qnty ot our confee'onMery
-aktes tt messary to keep up the
reputat/o f of ur store, and our sroda-
water and Ice ream does Just that.


I am showing for the aSsson at 190.
Spring and Summer the Prettlst t106
of lninery that I have ever show
The Importoa sad Dostle Hts are
exeptionmaly pretty and my itae "o
Trtmalnga, PPtume, M power, RibboM
and UVtrbumed Hate for an ktEds of
wear Is not excelled in thtbi country.
The ladles ma eardlasy lMvlted to san
ad took at them.
Next to iMwee hauwmbe Bkum

has received a more attractive offer
from a Ura tn Jacksonvlle. At least
his frequent visits to that city give
foundation for this belief-Tampa


Attee-p Wi be Made to Preserve t he
Weird w aty T the Okifalae
R W.n.h m neral manager o0
the Hart Line of Oklawaha steamers,
has.formulated a petition to the legis-
lature now la session relative to the
preservation of the flora and fauna of
the Oklawaha river, which have been
and are at present. being rapidly and
ruthlessly destroyed by lumbermen
and hunters. The petition more spe-
caially deals with the press forests,
plumage birds and alligators along the
route of that most idct resque and
wonderful water comure.
The cypress forest referred to and
which Is being rapidly decimated, con-
tains trees that measure ten and
twelve feet in diameter and towel
above other forest rees like light-
houses do surrovadimg objects, and are
the wonder Of the th msads of tour-
Ists who annually take the most beau-
tiful Inland trip in the world. Com-
puting the ages 6f these ancient mon-
archs of this vast setami-tropical jungle
by the circular lines shown upon the
ends of saw logs and the surface of
dreamed boards, many of them were
half grown before the beginning of the
Christian era.
In the Oklawaha forest is a strange
bird called limpka, having very long
legs, a peculiar limping walk, and a
habit of caring to the tourists front
the near tree limbs all night as the
steamers pass. Its voice Is much Uke
that of the wild lyn of Canada. Ox
the authority of Capt. R. J. Adams
agent of several steamer lines from thi
north, it is stated that this semi-tame
bird has no ha W station In the Untted
States outside of the Oklawaha wilder-
ness. Can the poeoe o Florida affor
to let this rmlN l of the last geo-
logieal and age of th
earth e dowa like the dodo?
All tat Mr. T pleads tor
eloquently i t tt" Whfle we do not
appst ate the Ai t ad Its value now
later oa it will d come to m a sa leae
us to reamsta "-ow stupid we were.
But It has ever b eethus," that tb
greed of mmais iM own and the coun.


if Trous ik s We Weswder Mieseu
aRi Law w Turned aowm ins
thm red Court







Good Evidenee for the Defense in the
Long Island Trial
Flushipg. N. Y., May 4.-With thir-
teen of the defense's witnesses dis-
posed of, the mains trial started on its
third week yesterday.
Emma tavelle, employed in Cap-
tain Hains' home during 1907 and 1908,
"A said to Thornton that it was too
bad the captain's home was broken up
and Thornton said 'yes, and I want
you to tell me all you know about It.'
I tol4 Thoraton Hains that I saw Mr.
Annis In Capt. Hains' home with his
arms around Mrs. Hains and kietlag
her." continued the witness;
"And when Mrs. Hains saw me she
said: 'Emma, this is my affinity."'
The witness testified that Annis
made frequent visits to the captain's
home while the captain was in the
Philippines. She said!
"The .way they carried on was
something dreadful. They would stay
up all night and drink and act ridicu-
The witness told of a quarrel be-
tween Mrs. Hains and Annie, during
which Mrs. Hains said:
"To with your wife. Am I not
more to you than she is?" to which
Annis replied, "Yes, in a way."
The witness said as she was relat-
ing these things to Capt. Hains, the
muscles in his face were drawn and be
glared and said: "My God, what am
I coming to? This is enough to drive
a man mad. I can't stand It."

If you expect to get the original
Carbolised Witch Hazel Salve, you
must toe sure it is DeWitt'd Carbolised
Witch Base1l Salve. It is sood for
cuts, burns and brndses, and Is espee-
iall good for piles. Retuse substi-
tutes. Sold by all druggist.

WashlagtaM, D. C. May 4.-Makln" y /| 1
aswioss oa1ages ainst the conduct o
Federal Jugem John ipltlps and V[ AA"
manth Me"Pterse of the Westera a i
Dbetriek at Mamrl, Bepresentative
-Mfrphy o that state latroduced a res--
eatiosmy eeuday providag tor an t- A
vtadtae 9 at their oAoauct in the
d etwee the Ow state and the
rafl ed companies over the a -lar-.A" ceo
fight ISW sad the 2-cent passem0a
rate law f the stata.
hM preamble of OR wevlutkm
edaim U U'th e two Jdges aceompan -
led eartaiu raihbad attorney e a. 'a, he f .
fGahME trip, as which occasion men- "WqSU vhesofafe maf s*
ban a the paWty were rested .or *eUhda j all dises-
viinfft the sun a-ws of the afa. I due Wtorpbta liver should
..m-.... _hat_ ., S atfnifthelratoSich with cl-


wa npTed this
Srw. JudW[ge W-. 5
aeed the court to order. .~bea
a- drawn for Jury duty were can-
ed sa excuses take. Among thaef
MusM were J. W. Db of, or s -
m&ried, esewd Oe statutory groum
Oesk, as a Malftrier. e ad he
Oea, a s. m a arrier. He bd e
bad no service at present, t wat
waiting a retam of eetraet. t
on Mr. Jewell created considerable
meS 11MW, as-tumg to be exwesed -
the geald that he was over age, say-
Inta e weMdd be sO next July. We
the jdge teinfmed him the age limit
was 46. not t. M. G. Davis, assistant
PtI-ter at Zuber, put In his plea.
. f Vogt, chauffenr, set up hil
claim as an Ooala fireman. His re-
cord was looked up and it was ascer-
tained his name was not on that rolf
of honor, but Mr. Vogt had rolled out,
la the meanwhile and was still roll-
ing when It was discovered he was
not legally exempt. E. L. Mills filed
an inabUlity plea, being an assistant
postmaster. Robert Holly pled age
Uimit and the judge told him he might
retire If he wished, but Mr. Holly said
he had never shirked Jury duty and if
the court thought he had not out-
grown discretion, he would be faith-
ful still. The audience smiled. J. C.
Perry, of Levon, returned home be-
cause he had Dr. Slaughter's certifi-
cate of his wife's illness and she was
in need of his presence. J. H. Brass.
of Dunnellon, stated to the court that
he was a very sick man and could not
serve without great bodily and men-
tal strain and he was permitted to
seek the shades of the Phosphate
The grand jury was then polled, re-
tired and chose John L. Leitner, of
Dunnellon. as foreman, when Judge
Bullock charged the Jury and did it
ti an admirable manner, telling of the
legal requirements and the sworn duty
of the Jury. The body gave the judge
the cboest -. attention. Incidentally,
the udge-asmk in hbis Judicial exper-
ience he oly know of one man who,
had deliberately lied to escape Jury
duty. That. man was spotted. In his
mind and be hoped some day the
man's conseeace would trouble him,
and lead him to repentance.
As ten more men were needed for
the petit Jury a speelal ventre was
granted and .Deputy W. X. Hutson
was busy on the streets summoning
men for that purpose, so that the
work of the court could begin this af-
Gnmd Jurors
John 1 Leitaer, William Irmre,
L. KnigtwkJ. E .Goolaby, M M. UIttle.
J. W. Sylvester, Z. W. Clements, N. J.
Cooper, Job Misson, J. D. Proctor, .
Griggs, C Jewell, H. 0. Water-
man, B. C. Webb, J. K. Christian, H.
SG. Hull, Robert Holly, J. H. Lucius.
Petit Jury
W. C. nmoek, Calvin Long. r 0.
Cordero. T. W. Troxler, G. W. Mils,
I. W. Kraybill. J. H. Chalker, W. IL
HaIll I. W. Ogle, J. A. Tucker, Lesley
Home, P. J. Theus, M. C. Landers, R.
L. Oelger.



WE haie the frniture, akiJids, 'd i .rt10
jfm need -what we have, ~wo want, Whajos7Mi

ai the same PHiceas for all caA lsh, 1n e4xWS
Immense stwxs, of all kinds of uitratI
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Soorcher. Must Go low and Cu.lser l Coenel R JMOI CeiUOA ms o O'
Put en Curb popuate .h- Afrian Juli
TallaWassee, May 4.-In the house Nairobli Bqrtish Ist Africa. May 4. '"
yesterday the measure defining the --4heodore Roosevelt b-gged o.e Am
speed of automobiles on country roads lion yesterday at Wailm, .ae -at "-
was passed. It limited the speed to 20 This gives him'a total of thee lo .-
mills. The origindf bill limited the and on loness aon eatet pOedl-
peTd to 16 miles per houer, but this was n. '
amended. Kearet Rooevelt mceeeI to "
The house atlso pased the Duponat ng down a cetah. The matl
law prohibiting open protanty. exitig and both iltorsea t
RkihbwM is.Jeloua of Seard cellent ..
" A& a sL.t of m.panlonm measure Bto . ,
the m ure whieh afator aw [of OOMVELT WA A
Escambia has put through the senate
disfranchising the negroes, Represen- His Quik *y d 1B. d 44
tative Richboamrg of Walton county has TwO MO Mfri U
introduced Into the house a bill which Nairobi, B. k A .,I :
In designed to dsfranchise negroe. from the Booseve nM g-:
But the bill will grant equal suarange brought the news Of am M ....
to both sexes of the Caucasian race. It which CoL RoeeVelt -avisd heS of i
Is in committee now. two native beaters of the pa0y- .
Light WiHi Fiht for Franhblee Tax had etombltd ntoa a W-IK
Representative L, S. Light of Marlon beast baad- -epared t6 a's
county, says he will make a determin-
ed fight for the passage of hiso measure Rosevelt quiw S l5d. 5
to levy a I per cent franchise tax on h the lasa. The 4C
corporations doing business in the trough It haltl. O S3
state. The gentleman from Marlon,
who was ont of the charter members W!1S m, 1 a. P l. .

Ever in his bill and the propriety of d
taxi the cIrporation.u His measure r A.
is designed on lines sanmlar to the oem ".
Introduced In the senate In 1907 by :' ...._-_-_ _
Attorney General Trammell, theb sea- 1 J-
ator from the seventh district. .The bl b ..
was defeated in the senate. It had the *
endorsement of Governor BrowauL
Farrs' Child Labaer Bi
The child labor bf. sa measure simi-
lar to the one IntroduceLeIn the last
legslnatmae. but which was eew ....s
tful has been brought up by Speaker
Parris. It provides for the appoint-
meat of an inspector whose duties it
,sbH be to go over the state and sub- H I
mit al, factories and similar slaceIs IS S
child labor Is employed to a rigid in-
spectioa to provide against the employ-
ment of child labor under the age pre- SnT J jQ JSM F" IS-
scribed by the statutD.
Esfeoment of Sumay Laber Law .
Senator Sloan. of Polk county, has -, .* .
fathered a number oft reform measures A'
ts sestea. His latest Is a bll de-
asigned o prevent the operation of man-
ut-AU4tlh. pleats of any nature oa

D a 'OM fast Mh "P
A OAGeend Pal a M. TramAeeUl A
has made it very Plaim that he does not
Sdesire the aid of former Governor Jea-
nings In the condpetion of the case of a
Peters va. the Internal Iaprovement I
Fuead tstees. The attorney general
sasm t e Ee i o necessity for the out- OA A
lay S the atare of special counseL ."

I wt1*b'y i he. to have kldn yDoora
and =in troUe. In fact esr
evebody NWa oBe troupe at' ths
kind. Tat tI the esa why ymz So


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H ow to Get.Uwr 5
\Llbrrv S~ps tare peced ~ihmmd -A"izu Alhiw
Ship OLJap;zz mcewb urns d Iis k a
aVu vl& t!ioC pcke ihbdmk
nwirmo's B-..ji nt aced Nests*

ount 1utter.-fleLdnIcy's L Coiihuh.
Canet iEaking iowder "o ~ ow-u
Pore, K'TIKm k ink 1r4) li~
sod Tas-C, lku
area. f~spur-qisA!, P

~~ f~laew to O.&e Ibew p
Sead6cianp fomdis= =bee ~e'~d~n
fo Umll Guw A ul msL dw;FdlLAMY Sw inkequdo& S d
fPdutecatalog 5?ipe qual b am 41ame omAM bairn s o~ MFAL&

What Library $i~bs hS. RAnwy. 8*9 a -smpukk t
n~mII mp
14 W 1 S
1-msw ri pakl binkumid by mm~e

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There will be a business s tepn at
the First Baptist church Wedada)
night at 7:30 p. m. sharp wlt V eT r-
1 -~~ -, -" -.lil *jaastor. Z .ery mem-
lwr very cordially and earaue ll$
ed and requested to be present.
Board of DIsim.
Lots of It In Ocala, A Dly Ifr o
The kidneys cry ft help, -
Not an organ in the whi w b
so delicately constri.tcd. '
Not one SO Important to hSi -
The kidneys are Lthei uM t-
When they fall the b1ee* be
foul and poisonous.
There can be no hath where thre.
Is poisoned blood. A
Backache is one of the flt dles-
tions of kidney trouble.
It is the kidneys' cry for help. &Hee
Doan's Kidney PIlls are swhat .t
Are just what overwoaed a
They strengthen and iVigUlte the
kidneys: help them to do t0he i r1i
never fall to cure any se of idney
P. T Smith, living at ISM AlaChuaM
Ave.. Gainesville, F i., s ay: "y
wife was troubled for some tiae with
severe headache. She aao pa
of a dull pain in her = -& sad 4Wa
nervous and weak. I thought that bhe
kidneys were the cease of her tt f-
ble. and procured a box of tEaev
such great benefit from the uae t
first box of this mgedP tiat 1 X b-
tained another supper. Wb. ,-b
vaq used the pala a$ diASAt ahf i
now no longer troabled wrM $'-1
aches. It required but two .-! ,s E
Doan's Kidney PUib to *
Plenty more proof lhke (t f-ow
Ocala people Can at Tyd
drv Kstore and aAk what &tWr M -
mers report., .
For sale by al dealer. PIe In'
cents. Foster-Milburn CO(, lMW
New York, sole agents Ar the w0llst
States. ,.
Remember the name-4~ta''.
take no other.

J o t, between our ,x.- ea, W. P.
EdwardW' reseldence, a ruht*l3A
bile cover. Finder wtlb Vhe zJw ~rd
leading It st the ahop. -..& T-li'A
son. .

Washlngtoa my. 4d-h i apoth,
showers In aowe p -or tIeM t or
Wednesday: wal I a eh ptif* .
tonight; warmer, a'"m .
FORCED vow t

Wan. Upchum-h. O

- Tea y-s experience. Stafereneas,
any m ttma teacher i Odiae. any
.AP"e h"pe 1in aekswovine. =hone
MS A. M. -a .ard. cty. 1-tt
1 'ed a new supply
atof elIei a--re. Among them arn
se exs e tures
Tugl- tered or
W. Tucker.

My heb s ha f-totre, if bought
isao- inL .. ed chance for Mmma
ti utwe Ma hg. Amt today;
At 0. Grocery.
We hav -a l arioad Pt ceMta-
to*pe Uaetes la ear wareosae and
Mt nte the very closet possible
pries on them. Mdte & MacKay.

I am nimrad t take o ay job of
pantie" no hotr bw large or how
T.- a&r ,hw ae the wrk desired
mar h. hv thea material, hiusbes
and ptanat and do It
"rig t., Mi isldo and out
-Qltahwa ad d dan

~q ~.4 aitad uslates the
k~hm ~ b~ pWMlehmbailatthe
AWN tb. boi~L Impo-
mmii other -an-
me w eta n IYsayou wm
P@OI be uM Wlemmnjt to tmke. sold

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11m- ar three weeks visit to Preuchlick, stand the test of the meat rigd Poure
Snd., aad Cincinnati, Ohio. Paint law. For aale by the Marion Mr. and Mrs. L Lee 4 wa 0*- .
,Hardwae (!Ok. Ocela, Pto. epylnag the lttle eat.... om hit K t
Fine Candlea treh stock Schlesm- Aveoe w ie belonga to ,r P
sher's best, ln pounds and blt- FOR RENT-A acrn r1 meM at sea noc vta y Mr. aad
pounds, at Ballard's news and frutt tatona, crnished with beds, chaie jeemoar.
*ead. and stove, oppoelts the Pastaur atea ,-:
torlerly tV& M rta hUme. Ap- Tibe ear-red t
We 'have a most exqumatta uae tof ply to Jetlfttw. Steata. M 1 g this etruai wtth I
tag7 imported china ta many dit-
wivnt pieem. The Anti-Mmopely 6Or 6 doses *aN & W eWM e any case
r-ore& at of Chfils am v Prias t M. Ma .C XC *a
'.... t .o e -
Mr. Ed Mcwalw e, a succeaeul ue RXALL a
Inauance agent from Birminghambig a .00 sMigtd ggB bal ana
has been paying a visit to his brother. CLUSSIMO RATf baigaspe agti ft h Mr S tha a
Mr. W. T. Molwalia of this city. The Ocala Weekly Star sad the or emrfy .eta~? h re .- at -
WI h e eb ork Predee mew, t.0. tnctb a great delis totewt ta- S 3
SWAN TED-One hundred able boded s au b: t--- a thi a
me for work O cansaL. Can make *srtbee gart f4 th-aIts
$tL. a day and upward. J. B. Tooang.
IEfctra, Fla. 1wdltw 1911 wewe
W is g-t to abs a' g
Mim C. Utelle Ly-es. who taught e.- b..11 iA
school at Orange Lake. Is a the city b as Mt t Mi *
on Ier way home to ColumbiaW o. C. a- ";t
S Is a guest of the Campbe Houe. .-.W
Mrs. a. a. Ricker, who now resMUes desk ea SWea ,
in Jacksomvlle it a beautiful mew
hekem aust completed In Sprvagtlv
came -f this afterna on her way to
spend a .ew days at her splendid or- g
ange grove at South Lake Webr. &I-*
Mies Katherine emp]ut one of
GiOnesie's charinn girls, arrived S -or
OW this afternoon to visit her ma, m k--ar m te h




a' -. < ; H

Mr. L. asealk went up to Jack-

tosco po.. -:
J. W. .I
-Mr. t.e.hen Bel wGt e-uple.oU is& e --
Pmhe oatsead your pe to
the CouP pharmacy.
Mr. J. D McKlee ofl eAtfleld is at -W t te .
the Ocala HSoe. or *iiV
Wd6 cot dinner In the city at '* ^ I'.i:
the. k cat s a m nm ,.-

Mr. A oeer of the A. C. iL t -
at hmA"'1 01e "'. U I 1 M. Cent s. '" .. ^ !

railway, Is In town from -Clearwater. M A. X. LImr the .KeI 1asta.&2 o a
*XALL pnsol tuner and oeshman uurtmur- tubat tshewIt *
RXALL ed from a succeCsl bem tria p tO y r rto ebt *l'
4 W. Nen of LyDchbbr, s the west coast. He h ild dur ing -a worst a wthma s iA
t L Wf h v ery v short tim e t*ht paas at Crystal tores we 'ti e^ A*!
ap -b RMO6 Uver- m al a six at thowtomNm e has aclyEm.
Mr. Stephen Xeal of Cordele, Ga., 1o pa tat w In tilw rggy) pg RgI l 3 '

Du - Bteh for- a prON1 a tbe setods, ic ketsfr trb r11a C C
Pbmak Chil TeotU. guaranteed to dsh ter. M .is m ae M Ir. det. w s -"aee a,~
cure chill sad fever. 25 cents.
CITY COUNCIEt PG S-t-eginaack:h m

-1 c1 fLC. ls -Ci*..r Jcksoinms, pietet bhifJIM
esIll s- Safu lol tot iss a Ir.
Mrvo .pow. u t- o w A .., ,, .., *y:te ^^ n^m !^-^!^!n
,-... .--.M Ir THE MA.RY WOWo OR.SA",..E
r. Jan. U ie. of Orlando. t O o ot tat er.l s Ji:
rl eal estate agent,t at the builing t speed Iamh fr use s the n4an ad s "
m pa Hse 2~ ri1gs Iwillv"atheJ Iesu J "erry leakot. We ab r< *^
It oar pr. ipt tputment, V or to R. D. Matihewsm at the lanadry. S01 -Me i -'
of uboth psriptae:3 and efotA $ t- W WS k Ua hpw, City. Weft Mt T
loy. The Court Pthar ce O y. _t_ a
Mr. sad Mrs. Erastus Hopkins re- a aoln
turned M 9tay from a few days' stay -

SFOR RWNT-lx-renm cottage at .
No. 11 North Bancies street. Comve-
tent location. Apply U. D. Stokes. St The ow
SM vai P ture sc. a" As W to
Mr. If. all,. the Ocala turpen- xbow be"Ot latw
tin ma age, is tao nsacting business a i 1 or ..
t1e sad 4tipink Abed E t
The Ftenole Distitnfeetant at the 0. X. Tle e - d 6 t it a I aq
Grocery to death on sinects, Includitn go e d o*rw% t1 AriB
the dirty fly. by Kr.:, WNTW
Bob Sanders, of Dunnellon. came up N W -y stock e -
this morning behind his spanking pair GM MtI a jp.-
of bar ponies. ofa.s2 ae lau"p 4nd 1 pe'
4% be s11? 31 beneftat f
-. Q. Dfts AsB, at< mn i&9 be 4:
beadle A 1k typewriter ribbons, MW WeMbb. t ak m
eastr; er dosen. a i et t a
ROSA, AN ITALIAN PFLOWKR GIMf g tl f or 44 t ntiaL
Rev. W. H. Coleman will preach a maid busi bea eal *
special sermon Sunday on "Mother's SICILY ULUSTRATD tiUon of the new aa
Day." at the Christian church. -- most atat
Musie by the Oroelstra eDw-e Aesk proper wi le 77
Have ryou seen the new visible Py- ----. and the crte mill r01 Us BVtlr o 1
1hleoes typewriter? R C. Davis & 00 AdaomnisiSe m Ot la C S ..
generall agents.--- *
r- *Mr. Hward Mnwree i N 4,
*lr. and Mrs. J. X. McCoy and theCir U. TCC WI, a the ueg* .f i s ag e n
pretty little daughter. EllUor. have tak-- AtS *a s --*sMi at th
eon rooms at the Campbell House. -l 00"0tt e -
e8UlI. HftiS HOuAS town. MMr. MUearO
Mrs. C. N. Kirkland left today for a d to ha te st.
visit to Sutherland, Green Springs and *Be. W. H. 6* a. s prartil to home for a viit. /
Tams. frebtbud the home that he reee
New Irish potatoes. S5c a peek; old Dr. Hds prOer. The Imae viii Fbrest hM., to .vtal wpest., Mf .
Irish potatoes SHc a peck 0. K. Oro- be remodeled aad sval roomsad- and Maw. 0. W. 0mfaiat.m.ttbr Ibqj'
cery Clark Erothers. dad. wStunk will bed r w a a teas. Metr

Jack Robertson are visiting relatives at STILL LOOKS WELL Mr. Joet* h 'ara, foreer pittaipal
Whitney. --- .t d esa High SchooL bee
m yea go ag I parted my elected seetary of te Mahe cm-
Mr. ai Mrs. Bnest Payne have house with t Flt ors* means wilgh
given up housekeeping and ,taken DMm ptr M weat rsctya isad at M deat
rooms at the Campbell. House. w
My painter said. It would tke 21
Mr. J. W. Davis of gummerftild. wa, gallons of Lead and Oil hand-made V.151ta hnSis stM_
te town today. He says all crops in paint. i he l Si a- M5.ate
hie section are looking well. I flnshed th work with 19 g9aHe
of Davis. The paint ea my property 1rt rIm*1l ltonqr wit.
Ed Hays, with the Teapot Grocery, la Stfl In agfecg esafnMiM*n *el f X w
haa gone Into the chicken raOing 0. T. DaIvY, Queentown. Md. egre el Qct tsr b who ar-
besaaees with promise of success. Paiat leetk Perfut* b.aas s ia moIte, hsve ordered a Sattead ma *
M dadodra eteatv claims, which they expect to be uetyi
Mrs. J5dward Holder has retuned Davis 1M per cent Pure PatotwBI ered ia short timey

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Are the merchants, the professiaonl -
the city, the farmers of the surr3odbN
We accommodate all classes. Our
women who have built and are tf be
We soliiet a share of your btsne's

Rates $3 per bay ud 5 up La



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Washington Seminary
For girls young ladies, established 1878. NmatM hstiWtg Stu-
Ited to insure refined homIe itf l diMed flato
rsonal ttentlon to each poeiL. Peaty ot f3 speefl-
ry advantages in MUSIC, ART, MLOCU'tN. OertU-
Vassar, Wellesley. et. Catalog te.S
SY. 8 W. EMMA B. BCrT. fMIo ..


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tUon, and cypress shingle roofs, we
hope that they will be as strong and
durable ,as our intentons, to only
breed and send out the best. They are
really for the storage of feed, for in
this southern country a breeding herd
s be In the open, both for health
and growth. There Is an o'ce bulnd-
Ig, where all records are kept and
c. .~spondence attended to. TheI
water system goes to every lot and
building. and Is the purest possible,
like that of old Kentucky, and, com-
ing from the lime rock, should help
to make plenty of bone it the "future
of the herd."
The Spring Park Heferds
There are already some eighty head
of richly bred Berefords in the herd.
all registered except a few recent ar-
rivals. It Is the plan of the owners to
increase the breeding herd as rapidly
as possible. It Is not possible within
the limits of this booklet to do more-
than to show the pedigrees of the
bulls in service, and a few of the
cows. lOllowing these will be found
a list of the younger bulls and heifers
that are already registered. At the
head of the herd are Dallas I0308 and
Ridicule 4818L. Dallas, a many times
winner In strong competition (from
San Antonio to Fort Worth Fat Stock
Show and St. Louis Exposition, where
be'was Reserve Junior Champion for
southern cattle), Is Of the deep, blocky
kind, with plenty of bone, and Is back-
ed up with the best of blood-The
Grove rd--Anxiety-Lord Wilton
Ridicule, a4so a winner in the show
ring, Is avery lengthy, even bull, with
lots of quality and style, weighing
2200 pounds, and was bred by the
Shadeland Stock Farm of Lafayette,
Indiana, from whence so many great
sires have come. We have selected
L tks 22M53, a Sunnyside Stock Farm
bred bul, to follow the above. He is
undoubtedly the best and richest bred
young Hereford bull in the South
The cows for our foundation herd
were all prise winners at the leading
fairs and attstock shows, and were
selected with great care regardless of
expense. All animals are kept in
good breeding condition, are healthy,
and straight In every way, and we
trust to make one order lead to
another, If a careful and proper con-
sideration Of our patrons' needs and
wishes is of any value. The majority
of our young bulls are fit to head any
herd, but are quite able to rustle on
the range. Our system Is to keep
them growing, but under the most
natural conditions. We wish to place
our young bulls and helfers quickly
and widely, for the time is coming
when we hope to be in. the market
with a ofmAWerable number.
The Be IndFstry In Ferida
Lest' our patrons ton South Carolina,
*Georgia, Alabama, etc, who have not
traveled ever the cattle seklon. of
Florida, should fall to give credit to
this state as a beef raising state., we
will give a little information along
this Ine. At present the ranging of
beef animals is an Industry repre-
senting many milons of dollars.
There are single owners whose herds
run well up In the tens of thousands.
Bua. a few weeks ago a single sale of
range animals was for a check of
$60.W0, and the was of
only local Interest. The estimates of
Mr. B. L. MeLt. Commissioner of
Agriculture for the state of Florida:
Commissioner MeLin estimates the
cattle oc the ranges of this state dur-
ngt the last year at Ms.e00 head. and
as the are 3e,Ms,se acres of avall-
able range, there is room for five
times the present number. He divides
the state roughly into northern, cen-
tral and southern sections, calling
this last "the greatest graaing section
east of the Mississidppi" where the


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led the *ent.s-- "wr e d es
1to* l0 b th bes a Nes iotjsoabs e

'l, e r- b insetion-
h"A- 9*a

s- fa th.o best fore ve -aserl of ut
r wgat tos a; twe arht ese
tnsheP a swma A live oeeastohes

a.- *m thlat slor e emsm.Une. ePt the
... estegrapher. T r m ee4 wese pm-e
Sturesd eight l months ot the
s bwr etha. Ofesag condition.
The f e a sa uiadings

stt rowded fast on the heels of theo
m e-- andMla ,and thervine assumed such pro-
w I-& tportlons, that ft was considered time
L r-I U to completee thi e plmat with suitable
b. as 'or central buildings where the
Ssw heads could be fitted and ale
.-e N 1 stock rounded In for the Inspection of
S buyers. Fo the rst winter feed-
lag, two slos, each over 100 tons
9 -Md- I N O capacity, had been put up and regu-
(f- ^ bj b* ^larly filled. These were connected by
U a main barn UM feet long, containing
aroo ovrbead for storage of rough-
age, grain. eta.; and at right angles
_* ,aas, *-- -- from this was extended an open feed-
Sa ed. also with, overhead storage
Sfor hay, eta., and double feed racks
k___ fa me" s for grain and hay through the center.
-- d 1 Later a third slo was added. Pure
water Irm an artesian well, 24 feet
deep hard limestone, wIs pMoped
Into two tanks of ower 10,00 gallons
& LA N G capacity, either by windmill, or 6y
Gasoline engine. Overhead trolleys
KT l i through both stories allow for th
storage of roghage, the distribution of
ensilage, and the removal of manure
with the minImup of labor. In addi-
tion to these, tiere are. full equip-
ment of mule, bull and feeding sheds.
In .short, the farm was properly equip-
Sped tor the care of such valuable
** TL breeding stock. With concrete foun-
N I --dations, heart long-leaf pine construc-


07.65, LoulavU.e, Ky., an: retara,
accoant Southern Bxapst Covuna-
tion. Tickets on sales Ma 10, 11,
12 and 13. PInal imalt May 22,
$17.65, Ashevlle, N. C., and retara.
- account National adatim m T.
P. A. of America. Tickets on sale
May 28, s 'anMd 3. F10al Bamt
SO day from but not Intuding
date of sale.
7.5. Loulsvile,. Ky.. mad retara.
account annual msaNon Antleat
AfalMe Order. Nobles of the Jy-
tic Shrine. Tickets on sale Ja-
6, T and 8. Final Hlmt Jma
17. 19O.
$17.45, AshevUle, N. C., ad retata,.
account latermatloal Covetie
Baraca and Phlathem. t
sale June 17 and 18. tal
June 25, 199.
$14.6, Atlanta, Ga., and retair, sM
coeat American A umsclatom
Optdsan. Tickets en sale
19 adi20. FPlaaml.t Juae 26,
$17.5. Asheville, N. C., aud return,
account Drmatic Order Knl
of KhUrau. bennial
Tickets oM sale July 8, ., 10, and
11. Minal iMtt July 2, 1909.
For full I Aation ad sleeper
reervations eall o any agent Sm
board or wrte to & C. -1 ta,
Aset. M. Pa.m Agent, Jackmovfll,
Pa.; or cateon L C. Rayswor, C. T.
A., Oeala. 6Ia.

Care eal tma. mad. s an B
cont et work. tves more -ad bet-
ter work or -the emw than any
other aoatizr r in town.

ma rv'o


Taylor. of xae;M Y* %hs-RWU*5
wbea all tho~abtin wood-W,0.'E
lerii's Arsice Rev,.lvwbao
Infallibe for biNUmn,
bbus, skin eutis U~
W-4 hands. SBMW1 s. 26ait
&U drunglsts
AN EVwKYPUL :15lm_.#IW*
0sme- of 06W. Logs" W a
lAnd.., may -1 ,'

day o hat tdm.U~m
ft~tip.ieofi tisIn*
UUY wbakshebo out

nmuw Yiens wam aftAWR
povpulartyas alomr h-i
hove ha nI TAMW~
a"d buttop herw n m
-e se Id6
passed her ddllmibg dat: nw
She was beftaAprlUIX fte**

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wranppor a el t et
a' eree-thy les tII-
h fad ioffie-g t be

IS youh as the knp w tre ash the Our -
d MLet austs erly uwau 6ae the a*
eoen o thet maortet eS ) to

set ntol te liner endt t Ioe m t perod has1
trn pper a atioesd h ee ..o .t of
ldoas thust iJa s filefilthe Iast.h ai

breeod have rla blatrl nMgaaItIt
BfIouWAh-te pb"tat m thbeiSt e sn pa et to
case I he nt awda aa" now bo
fteiedemotsan i red "ense- fPn good do
ee for the cu of wll pemdiar beet am
ieakwes aIs aod mhta to Payo

have been tt abt t I

sar M".e lnoDIe LanLhVeYew.ear

b=e sat am sNtEW or (2 Ite-I
c bhcan't art etoe eas aubat a e ra
WUtae fat th i as s e o r re ytduaby. w

bel...nrimrs. t
am ao IId o IL I IIII It
Ct Is. IA
graesa on the umwrket w b ble to
raices whleh made t 1 trnesaeo the 4,
get 35 to ia per cent. more per pomd f
than for natives.
HNw to Eltminate Risks Id 4"
Although It I only In the last lew besf I a
years that pure-bred sees of the beefJ O
breeds have been t'enluM d t te Ithe
South, the epectatonsa lb 1 to-
chasers have not always been raei. l-anves
ed. The Causes aearsr always have CtS W
been one of the following: (1) Thr the am
have been brought from abeve two s ye
quarantine line and have succumbed
to Texas fever, or have been to ram y Thea
down and stunted by the fever as to tma
be worthless as ires, or (2) They i ,
have been bought froM ascrupuos "
traders, who have painted of scrubby ahl 0
grades for fun bloods", selal them to no e
believing friends and buyers at af e
price whieb made th transaction the a
wort kind of robbery. or (3) Goad twe
animals hive beew sewed, but they in t
have been thrown out on the 1ge hat
expecting that they could ItTve f O i
scrub. Now we can gftaatee the 2 l
elimination of the Mrst two rsA, forw -MOto
our animals are trom the best
ble sires and daoms, abeolutely ta-,
mune, and It Is only up to the nWr- 3 BW"
chasers to remove the third riAk by The A
giving some reasonable cate, espe1l- at'prsi
aft darift the three wiier nths. on haa
The South has long 4tNiuAif animals


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Leading Vehi
of Central]

a4 Carrm es can* ae al m
maress, Saddles, Lap N
carri by a Ursitclaus hm e
UIts frm the acdKrles, a
owesl prices
We can save v. memey
large or maiL
AeIts for eeol fle Ib
wags ud buggies.

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