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TWO CCALAEVENNG STAR SATURDAY JANUARY f 190f j u < S u rooI JLIl J qf
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C L Bittingep and R R Carroll
Proprietors and Publishers
I C L BITTINGER
Editor and General Manager
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R R CARROLL
City Editor and Business Manager
The mayors message of Orlando to
the new city council may be called
optimistic In 1900 the assessed value
oC property in Orlando was 10SS73
today It Is 51864121 a gain of sixty
per cent It has outstanding 72000
of bonds orr which H pays 54300 with
a sinking fund of 513000 Its millage
of taxation is 13 mills In comparison
with Palatkas 20 mill tax on a valua
tion of 1710524 bonds reaching
160000 and 19000 of floating debt
with Bartow of 12 mills assessed
value of 944260 and 45000 bonds
Speaking of the results ot no saloons
said whrm they existed there wero 350
coeds before the mayor during the
year Last year the town was dry
and toe drunks averaged 20 to 3 in
favor of a dry town Orlando is still
raising money for advertising its
beautiful town and bringing results
This season the town will enjoy a
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chautauqua which will be open from
February 27th to March 7th Orlan
do is progressing splendidly along all
lines or desirable civic conditions
Martol Camp was represented at the
Woodmens banquet last night by
Sovereigns J H Seckinger C R
Voul C L BIttinger Arthur Gaul
piu The latter wag accompanied
by his wIfe who visited friends in the
Brick City while he enjoyed the ban
quet
Mr J L Smoak Mr Henry Liv
ingston Jr and Mr McLaughlin re
turned last night froma very success
ful hunt in the big cub across the
river They wer joined on the oth
er sIde by Messrs Perkins Griggs
and Wilson They killed four deer
and wounded two others that owing
to darkness got away Mr Smoak
nid deor arp quite plentiful in the
scrub
13 A Harroll of Alachua camp No
5 Gainesville who was a gueatat the
Woodmens banquet last night said
It was a great feast and one of the
most delightful gatherings he ever at
tended
Messrs M C and H T Jones of
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Anthony were guests of Fort King
camp last night at their annual ban
quet 4
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S M Register Sarasota W J
Harris Jacksonville Chris Hull
wacker Jacksonville B T Garrett
Leesburg D J McEachern Irvine
and Robert MunrQe Anthony ere
iiests of the Montezuma last night
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Mr John Dewey who is making
such desirable improvements at the
Montezuma hotel is expecting his
wife and four children from Jackson
ville this afternoon
Mr S W Curry and son Bryanof
Standard were In town today with a
view of making a land purchase In
the Bejrlin section Mr C deemed It
a good proposition and autographed
for the Star Mr Curry is one of the
sturdy yeomanry of the countyJt
thecounty1
Mrs C Stevens teacher off the
Griner Farm school with h rt hus
band Mr G W Stevens was In town
today on matters pertaining to the
proposed sale of lands
Charley Haycraft the Fellowship
farmer was a business caller in town
today as was Mr Mont Atkinson of
Oldtown v
The circuit court ceased its labors
lost evening and adjourned until Mon
day morning The last case was that
of H L Anderson vs the Saunders
Phosphate Co in which a Judgment of
5fO was awarded the plaintiff
Mr R V Hendricks and wife will
go down to Dunnellon tomorrow to
visit friends for a few days
The annual conference of the M E
church North is in session at Miami
Bishop Cranston of Washington Is
presiding
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Thar were two marriage licenses
fcsued this morning from Judge Bells
office One to Jessie N Stevens and
Miss Hnttle Atkins
Carter H Dame will so to Dutton
Monday to organize a camp of Wood
men He expects to got bnck to Mar
tel Tuesday night to participate in
the installation of the new officers of
tho Camp Dnme is an indispensable
lieutenant in the ranks of Woodcraft
In Florida and has done splendid work
In the upbuilding of that order
J
C W Hunter the enterprising pro
prietor Of tMe Ocala Gas Co returned
yesterday from Jacksonville where he
contracted for five miles of gag mains
which will be laid as soon as they
arrive and thus extend the use of this
desirable commodity for lighting and
cooking Mr Hunter is making many
desirable improvements in the plant
of the gas company and the quality of
gas has been improved since he took
charge of the concern
Mr Fennell of the foundry who
was sent to Inverness to do some
work was taken seriously sick while
were and was compelled to return
homo He Is up again and at work
Mr Carter the popular salesman
with the Ocala Furniture Co has re
turned from his holiday visit with
friends at Live Oak
eacH Lohrijr returned yesterday
from the Eureka section here h >
Killed an eishtpromjed buck that
weighed lAO pounds Jraehail to car
ry him fltfe miles ore he reached his
wagon Huts Vqrajjnyud of his
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trophy 1T
Elks meet Tuesday evening
II AT THE CHURCHES TO TOMORROW
y f Baptist
Regular church Sunday school and
I B Y P U services at the usual
hours
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I p Episcopal f
i Rev Geo Hendree Harrison Rector
1 10 a m Sunday school f
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iTa m Morning prayer
I 730 p m Evening prayer
I Come and worship with us
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1 Christian i1 >
1 > 1
i I W H Coleman Minister
Sunday school 945sami > tJT 1
Junior C E3 p mX r >
I sermon < a m1 The Forward I
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I Movement
ei1tit7 j > m 7 The Dellre to be
I Lostto Save Others
I Everybody welcome
t Presbyterian
Rev WH J Dodge D D Pastor
Services 11 a m and 7 pm
The Lordf Supper will be celebrat i
ed aitlie nornlng service i
Sabbat school945 a m
oT pt ilJ Sj Z p m
A cordial Invitation extended to all
Methodist
Sunday yhooJ 930 a m I
Preacnfh All a m by pastr
Junior L ague230 p m Leader
Martha Kate Rentz
Senior League 330 p m Leader
Grace Detterich
Preaching 3 p m bwpt
Epworth League Program
S The Epworth League of the First
Methodist church will meet at 330
oclock on Sunday afternoon Every
one is cordially Invited o be present
and to take part In the aervice MIss
Groce Detterich will lead the meeting
Subject For Us Who are Lost
The program prepared is as fol
lows
Song service
Responsive reading PX 4i56 GlorIa
Patri sung after each song s
Song and prayer
Scripture lessonf Matt 121 Eph
17 Acts 412
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Address leader
Prayer
Talks on topic by Misses Martin
Knight ErvineMills Smith
Song
Illustrations on lesson
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VolUntary talks byr members and
visitors i
Behedlcflpn < vt t
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Junior League Program
Meets at230 oclock Subject The
Scriptures t Le der i Martha Kato
Rentz Every one invited
Song To God be the Glory
Scriptur0 re dIn g John 203031
PrayeK
Song Well Girdle the Globe with I
Salvation
I Reading on The Bible Alfred
Greentt
s Bible vercise4In arithmetic
1 goIfg mtAW tclIr 0 1
< A Bible s6Jry Louise Kenfz
Davids refrence to the Word of
God Eight Juniors
Duet Tell It Again
Bible illustrations 1 How the last
book of the Lord was found 2 How
the reading of the book affected the
hearers 3 The finished book
Song My Mothers Bible
Roll call responded to by favorite
Bible verse
Collection
Announcements
Song Tell the Sweet Story
League benediction
MEETING OF THE WDC
The Dickinson Chapter U D C of
Ocala held a very interesting meeting
last afternoon at the home of Mrs E
M Howard This organization meets
every second Friday of each month A
large number of the members and
several visitors were present on yes
terday After the usual routine of
business was transacted the officers
for the coming year were elected as
follows
President Mrs F R Gary vice
president Mrs R G Blake second
vicepresident Mrs J H Livingston
Sr secretary Mrs G S Scott cor
responding secretary Mrs A Y
Strunk treasurer Mrs C C Todd
1 historian Miss Florence Walters
registrar Mrs James Moorhcad
All the members present paid their
dues for 1909 and several members
who could not be on hand sent their
dues by friends
The Daughters will celebrate the
birthday of Robert E Lee Jan 19th
by giving a silver tea at the home of
Mrs J H Livingston Sr and a cor
dial invitation is extended to every
one to come and spend a pleasant time
with this worthy organization The
Daughters hope that all the veterans
and their families from the country
as vtett as other friends will brighten
the occasion by their presence
Mrs Howard assisted by Mrs W
W Clyatt served refreshments after
which Mrs E L Carney played Dixie
the old tune that is so loved by all the
Southland The guests then bade
their charming hostess good by feel
ing that a most enjoyable afternoon
had been spent
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IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE
K
About the size ofi your shoes its some
satisfaction to know that many people
can wear shoes a size smaller by
sprinkling Allens Foot Ease Into them
Just the thing for dancing parties
patent leather shoes and for breaking
in new shoes When rubbers or over
shoes become necessary and your shoe
pinches Allens Foot Ease gives in
stant relief Sold everywhere 25
cents Sample free Address Alien
S Olmsted LeRoy X Y Dont ac
cept any substitute
I WEATHER FORECAST
Washington Jan 9Raln tonight
and possibly Sunday warmer in the
north portion
There ia rio cazkon record oC a
cougliVcoldjior lavigrippe developing
into pneumonia aftetjjUToIcys Honey
and far hk1 been taken as it cures
the tIt obstinate deep sated coughs
and colds Why take anything else
Sold by all druggists
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Talks
By EDWIN A NYE
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Copyright USX by Edwin A Nye
A FLOWER FOR BAirS GRAVE
This is a true story of what llIap
pened in Prospect Hill cemetery at
Omaha Neb >
Two boys just average American
boys were strolling trough the ceme
tery Many of the graves were dec
orated tvlih flowers
In that walk the lads came across a
small grave that bad no flowers on it
The younger boy aged about seven
years stopped and looked at the grave
He turned about to see if any one was
near The coast seemed clear He
crept over to a nearby mound that was
almost covered with fine blossoms
Telling his companion to keep watch
the little fellow selected several bou
quets fron the well decorated grave
Secreting the flowers under hIS jacket
he crept back to the neglected little
mound and gently and lovingly be
stowed tnem upon the tiny grave
The two little fellows walked quiet
I ly away speaking net word to cach oth
er uutibtbey reacuedthe strefet outside
the cemetery
r Then the younger said That wasnt
stealin < was it
Course It wasnt responded toe
other Dont you think that little
baby had just as much right to flow
ers on1 its grave as some of those old
folks 1
Aye boy why not
Somebody had forgotten babys
grave That was no reason why a boy
should stand by and allow It That
was no reason why the tender feelings
of two boys should be hurt by such
neglect
I Benisons on their headsand hearts
They felt the reproach caused by the
neglect of the babys friends They re
moved the reproach and repaired the
neglect by taking a few flowers that
would not be missed
Trust the sweety ftnder Instinct of a
right thinking lad to do justice and
love mercy <
IT VAS NOT STEALING f
I dont care what the calf or buck
ram bound books in the law library
have to say about what the boys did
1 O i
t It you must stick to your definitions
of petty larceny and the letter of the
law why I
LETS PUT IT ALONG WITH UN
CLE TOBYS SLIP YOU KNOW I
WHAT HAPPENEDTHE REcoRi
ING ANGEL DROPPED > TEA I
UPON lT AND BLOTTEDiITOUT
E6 EvE1t l 4 L I 1
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TIE DEVIL
The stage has a new devil 1
He is popular and bows aadleers to
standing room only
Nobody knows how the real Satan
looks He appeared on that day when
the sons of God gathered and Satan
came also but there is no description
of his shape r ±
When he was given power to aSUcr
poor old Job and when be appeared to
tempt the Son of God he did not dis
close himself physically so far as we
know
There Is the suspicion that the real
tor sure devil is too smart to mani
fest himself bodily
Many have tried to picture Satan
Each picture lathe artists point of I
view Milton gives him form and
shape But his is a very human devil
He suffers like a man Which way I
turn is a bellMTSELF All HELL
walls this poor Satan
Goethes creature Mephistopheles Is
a man of the world genial enough and
never so repulsive as to defeat his fell
purposes Though he keeps horns and
tail well bidden he Is just as cruel aa
Miltons Satan
Oh there is a devilall right
I And worse than that
THERE IS A MYRIAD OF DEV
ILETTES
The spirit of evil is iq the world
along with the spirit of good These
spirits manifest themselves In human
flesh men and women < Gin you fancy
a feminine devil There are aplenty
of both seies little devils Incarnated
evilwho go about not like a roaring
lion seeking whom thuy may devour
Indeed to tell the whole truth about
It THERE IS A LITTLE DEVIL IX
YOU He or she may be a wee tiny
devil but he Is there just the same
And in me And in all of us
When the spirit of evil works through
you and me and all of us that is the
big devil of all using you and me and
allot us ministers of his evil de
sign
Mask this big Satan as you may no
stage presentation can ever idealize
hIm as anything but vile nor conceal
his wicked and awful character
The Bible says he Is now chained
BUT THE CHAIN IS A LONG ONE
Keep away from him or hell gitye
If you
dont
watch
out
SUICIDE IS CONFESSION
A young man threw himself Into the
Chicago river Vhen he was pulled
out he said be was driven to commit
suicide He said
I could not see my way through
lifePootyoung
Poor young fool
He had 20 lnlns pockets was
strong and healthy and there waa no
one depenoxentrUpon him 4
J
cowun
Supposing all of us who cannot see
our tray through life should jump Into
t
tfce tiTK what wpald become of the
cennl1
It JiJMt giv a to Kottal to see the
end from the beginmiBg None of us
bi a nwp of the eipeditloa ia wkicb
M Is engaged One may Mr his
plans bt plans fall down Unfon
ReD things happen Mottai prophecy
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fails because of eontlngeBcref Ot
I lie way grows misty often fke tats I
do not shine J I
D r
But the wise man knows i
TEE FORCES THAT AREOtt
US l GREATER THA N TIE
IHAT ARE AGAINST US Tli re 1
fore r I
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The wise man goes < DB bravely and I
blindly T
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P Should we say blindly Rather h
goes by faith Instead of sight raitb
t sees the gllmmerof a star and heap
the rustle of an angels wings FaltJtx
does not SEE the way It HOLDS the
way unseeing
Because of this lack of faith And
courage and because of morbid brood
i
ings young men and womIiyrthe I
hundreds are committing rs tv self 4e
litrJ1ctlOL Sck suicides caHsed by
weakness and whim are aJar nwglJ
on the increase
It looks as If moral courage the
bravery of mental and emotional reso
lution Is decreasing
It should not be so I
Life is given to be hazarded It is
I a gift and no one has the moral right I
to throw away a gift Therefore I
mortals hug life closely II defeats
come why even defeats If honorable
ara a form of victory Let us idle I
straining toward the goal If the
I
harness sometimes galls the tender
places well scars are creditable
Life Is to be lived to the brim c
Bravely drink t the cup r
Lift the beaker high and drink to I
the brave who go upward though the I
way be full of stones and dark and
thorny
If there be sweet poison in the cup
Fate put It there not you or I
And as for Death Why let him
knock whenever he wills Youand
mehe shall not have TILL HE
BREAKS DOWN THE DOOR
SALUTING A STATUE
The character of Peter in F EOI
kinson Smiths latest book of that
name is a fine old gentleman who lifts
his hat to the statue of George Wash
jngton
This tsthe way the author tells it
t Peter wheeled and lifted hiq hat
to the statue Good morning your es
cellency he said In a voice mellowed
by the same respectful tone with
which he would have addressed the
original in the flesh
Hia companion laughs at the strange
conceit whereat Peter says
I He wasnt put there for orname t
my boy but to be kept In mind and
there Is no place In the world where
his example is so much seeded aa in
Wall street Nobody reyerenciBB any
thing wlda5s a Even < jer
presidents have to be murdered before
we atop abusing them
Afterward moralizing Peter says
Into our maw go respect for tra
dition reverence for the dead decency
love of religion sentiment beauty
They are back numbers
Do you wonder my boy why 1
touch my hat to his excellency
Nor was Peter crank
He was the hard beaded paying
teller of a Wall street bank
BTJThe had old fashioned ideals
Indeed this novel Itself is a story of
the clash between modern business and
idealism
Perhaps Peter was too sweeping In
his Indictment y but It is true that lack
of reverence is the crying sin of our
day j
dayFancy
Fancy one of the money mad brokers
lifting his hat to that statue of Wash
ington across from the subtreasury
Impossible
To such a man absorbed In money
tradition has no glamour greatness
has no precedence goodness has no
prestige heroism makes no appeal and
the tender graccota day that Is
dead is nothing to him
And what of the boy who calls his
parents the old man and the old
lady to whom fathers advice is only
dope And the girl distressed at
mothers accent and ashamed other
table manners What of thfsBe young
sters who deprecate the experience of
the old folks
It is all of a piece
Imagine such youngsters caiutingr the
statue of that old party George
YashIngton
Peter Grayson was right Lack of
reverence for parents teachers the
aged lack of reverence foi tradition
aDd for righteousness these the
Statue of George Washington Is a per
petual rebuke
IIS LAST REGISTRY
HENRY L SMITH HEAVEN
That was the peculiar way in which
I a deaf and dumb man registered the
police station at Sioux City la
I Why heavens registry book at sipo
lice station
It might be there
Indeed It Is as likely to be there as
Im1 some of the high priced feoetelrtes
where the bediamonded clerk holds
out the pen for the registry
Smith was neatly dressed evidently
well educated and shoWed < Heerf J
and gracious spirit The desk sergeant
says he was courteous in demeanor
I and exceedingly kind
Was the man sane
DM he devoutly beUeve as the book
says Your citizenship Is In heaven
Or was be a crank No matter Ifhte
bead wuAddle hIs heart waszownd
The maa bunked at the station T
end nights htuSting for work nrkfca
he failed to find Hewag glad to per I
form any serrtce however naemkLloc i
the sergeant I I
Deaf and dumb but great sosletU
1
Henry L Smith was not deaf to tie
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real Mnw Ias of life Mt LZIbJ k I
pcoclairaiag allegiance te tJwt cenatry
whose Maker and Bulkier is Got
bat deaf to earths cncO < 1kfllib to 1
speak ill of anya heavenly guest JM
bEmaiiltys garb
AMthea one day Smith started to
walk to ki 5 home In Nebraska That
eelsg he was struck by an Omaha
mt XIi
WeiH a > i >
TJte kaieia jorchein Neros gar
KfSd Pauls ie < iM body on the road
to Ostla Savonarola by way of the
state Hear L Smith oqtl railroad
tracXyo see THERB IS NO apE
GIAL ROUTE BY WfflQp > HOME
SICK MORTALS GO HOME
Foe JMtrely Henry IL Smith wfilgle
at < hoise laheaven a
Here he grew tired buatis let
work there he shall work for aa aye
at a sitting and never grow tired at
alL So far as we know he had never
crushed with clumsy feet the flowers
of human kindness nor thrust unholy
hands into too heartstrings a friend
deafand dumb and por but ONE
OF GODS GENTLEMEN
Plebeian Banie Henry JX Saaitli but
who knows1t may be amiiiustrkwMi
name In celestial regions
He registered finally at hts bOrne
hoteL
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SCIENTIFIC NKING
consists in punishment only wLen a
child is actually bad Some mothers
think that nil cryingMs badness its
not When a baby cries l ok for
pins br some external lcause Jf yon
cantifinfl them give the babjWhIte3
Cream Yermifuge asthe chances ore
it is sufferiQgrfrQm worms which ke p
it hungry and cross xallcthe time
Pleasant to take sure in i sactioh
Price 25 A cents Sod by XntfMonoj
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Drugstore
Call in ana see the pretty line of
fancy Imported China that we are
displaying The AntiMonopoly Drug
Store
Always have Kennedys Laxative
Cough Syrup handy especially for the
children It tastes nearly M good as
maple sugJUV It cure the cold by
gently moving the bowels through its
laxative Tprinclpie and at the same
time It Is soothing for Jiroat Irrita
tion thereby stopping the coUgh
There nothing asgOOd Sold by
the AntiMonopoly Drugstore
THE PICKERTS will beat the arm
oJfor three njghts commencing
Thursday January 14th The PJckejta
are great favorites here and we hone
to gee tile house packed on th6 open
lrcg night >
Physicians prescriptionsi farally re
cipes all orders for med ctn tIed
under positive guarantee at the Anti
Monopoly lgstore Only QLbba
chemicals > nd Parke DavIs 4k Cea
drugs soji ajL this store both gs1su
teeing purltYwd strength
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You would not delay laktnf Tofeys
Kidney Remedy at the first sign of
kidney or adder froubl Eybk re
r alized that fteglect m tregUle1n
Brights disease or diabetegi Fotey
Kidney Remedy corrects inregBteriti
and cures all kidney and bladder dis
orders Sold by all druggists
Neuya and La Luzerne two new
perfumes at the Poetoffice Drag
Store
All prescriptions filled at the Anti
Monopoly Drugstore are filled fcy
drugs and chemicals guaranteed un4r
the Pure Food Law They use Squibb
chemicals guaranteefo7i > o
Parke Davis k Cos laboratory drugs
none equal guarantee NoG Always
the best the motto
SOMETHING NEW FOR OCALA
I have received an electric appar
atus that has never before i be4ii
handled in Ocala It is a rectifier for
recharging storage batteries fec au
tomobiles gasolene engines oCany
other battery I am therefore pre
pared to restore all batteries brought
to my electrical shop Also have
storage batteries stock for sale
H W Tucker
Electrical Supply House
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For health and happlness DeWlit l
Little Early Risers smalL getPi
easy pleasant little 1ferplllSo tlL
best made Sold by the AntiMonop
oly Drugstore
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Cranberries f
Mince Meat
Plum I
Padding <
Canned Pumpkin
Cranberry Satsce
Red Snapper 1
India Reiisk 1
Tomato Chutne
Mandalay Sawi I
MtfsIltooms
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