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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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 05 14, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
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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: VID03167
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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QUALITY COUNTS---

YOU GET IT HERE!


NEW GOODS JUST IN
Potato Chips, 15., two fhr 2e*
Imported Swiss Cheese 40e. poMLd,
1 pound Cans Presto Prunes U&. aeba.
2 Pound Cans Presto Prunes 25. e;41
Presto Prunes are fine CalilMia
fruit and ready for use. TFy *-i.
Herr;ng Roe, 1 pound Cans, pl.
Herring Roe, 2 pound Cans, 15e.
Asparagus Tips, 25c. a Tin
Argo Salmon 20c, two for Uo.
Black Pepper in glass. Nice for thme
table, 10c. each.
Pineapple Chunks. Fine goods, le


0. K. GROCERY
CLARK BROTHERS


PROPRIETORS


Two Phes 174. Osala ft


R. D. FULLER.

DENTAL SURGEON '
Eflice Over Mumnoe &A COh- '
lank.

TERMS, CASH.


J.E.CHACE .
- TAL 3URGe& .,
Itooms 9, 10 and 11,
Second Floor. Holder B ox,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.

L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
Ollce Over C naerdal 3a

(tlice hours: 8 to 12 a...; I to
6 p. m,
TERMS, CASL.


CHARLES D. HULBERT, 1. .
alIMEOPIATHIC PH 8ICIAN AMN
SURGEON
ie--eecolid Ptoor-The Uwur,
Chamblitss Bank Buildita, QOato
Flor:da.
Tele phones-- Office, 222; esidemt,
221 1.
()Ofi' Hottrs-9 to 12 S. L&.; 2 o 4'
p. m.: 7:30 to 8:30 p. a.


Equity


table


Life Assurance Society

om1 The Uib St

"STRONGEST IN THE W dIr

MISS FL RIDA dOWox.
Readent c~f
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Montezuma


In Connection With the etl dMt
Skilled workmen and 0outMW W t
. mention to all. Speci& attstd"t I
c hildrer.
ELECTRIC MAMAG.
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UaNitd States


Sayl that a Matseaa Wnk May
Iew, -a is evemy for
Its Dop
Wa*1aton. May 14.-It Is a mat-
Wr for the discretion of the directors
ntd officers of a national bank to de-
lerminae whether they will enter into
'i contact with an Insurance com-
pany guaranteeing the beak's solven-
ey. said Attornmy Geera Wicker-
-h1-tm in an opinion forwarded to Sec-
retary ao the Treasury MacVeagh.
"This discretion." : sm the attorney
general. "is to be exercised in view of
the solvency ana general financiaL
Condition of the company making the
Insurance and te reasonableness of
fbe rate of preaftia'" Mr. WIcker-
sham says that after-the form o the
poWicy- ( modA-feto -onfrm to the
eof.1ns be makes, In his opinion,
he sees. no legal remsne why a bank
day not eater lot such a contract.
Te atte ey ommuars opiulon Is in
reply to a. rhme letter of the comp-
troller of 68e4 e4ie assnlg as to
the power.4, As astloua bank to enter
into a contact of this kind. and
transmitting to the attorney general a
"Torm of policy which is proposed to
be issued by an insurance company
proposed to be organized."*
"As a general principle." the at-
torane general says, "I have no doubt
dAst It Is entirely within the power of
, national bank to contract for the
Iuranee of assets agg nst loss." But
.)r. Wickersham says the form of the
proposed polcy submitted by the
comptroller is somewhat peculiar, and
th6 contract thereunder Is, Ina effect, an
agreement to pay to the bank any de-
Adecy In its assets, upon ultimate
retaliation. necessary to enable It to
pay all of Its liabilities of every kind.
One paragraph seems to the attorney
general to be objectionable as com-
mitting the bank to a profit-sharing
feature. which might be contended to
entail a corresponding division of
losses. Mr. Wickersham adv0aes that
this paragraph he eliminated from the
policy.
BOYS WILL E SOYS
*,am are always getting sm tches, cuts,
ape-Ia, rid-s, bmaps, burns or
niftl Doat neglect such things--
I h* ay result ,serlousqly If you do.
Apply r Vllatrs now Liment ac-
reorWdiA 4 dleeetio right away and
It wil believe the pain at4 heal the
ls 1e. Price 26c, e, and -1 at the
AnUti-Meoopoly Drugstore
AMERICAN KING PEAD
Carml. IlL. May 14.-News has been
received here of the death of Edgar
Thompson, king of one of the FIJI
Islands. who left his home at Albion
Wear this city twenty-five years ago,
i starch of adventure.

KILLS HER POM OF 29 YEARS


The most merpewe enemy I had,
for I years," declares. Mn. James
Dancan. of aynes u e. Me., "was
dyspepela. a suffered Intensely after
eatlng or drinking and eOuld scarcely
sleep. After imay remedies had fail-
ed and several doctors gave me up, I
tied 2Ectrie Bitters, wMid cared me
Oempiptely. Now I can at anything.
I am ft years old and am overjoyed to
get my health and strength back
agaln." Por l dlestIon loss of appe-
tte, kidney trouble, lame back. female
complaints. It's unequaled. Only 50c
at all drutcsta.
SMCKx -HAI CONVICTED
Tallaisee, May 14.-Mick Harris,
the negro who murdered SherTiff ang-
Aq. here a few menthe agV. and was
mbwwnt e"Pt i nGeorgla and
e In the yaal county jail utilu
"the excltememt had been quelled.
pleaded gasty i circuit eourt yester-
fay. A lab e gathering of men re-
quested that the governor sign his
death warreAt to be carried Into effect
St oe. Thi was refuMed.
Everybsar is )&e*r to hav4 kidney
.and bader trouble. In fact nearly
evwfybodr i&a same trouble of this
t.Ttt ; 0 rua". why you so
,A#" ha la e a e- anc aid
Je0 0 6t e .nq t aThe
.tetse of D, -
namBs>s XM-e -ar peretly *Plu right



G low& set elW pUbpt, bet
r A -. ae th fb th a few heas or
!- *k r w g a yoa' eou anV d al
b1tchL lt ohis wayt," .o,~7yu wll ward
40 ABerftoe a" poNibly serious
'aaMtas They aft pew ly haum-
i4S-; aisa.afe not 11 y atIsepOUc, but
das yt the e y of there Uheaing



am v. Ayeumerican Naval tres C.
V:, WCol, Chiagoited i a free
S. r. Tbheyr are told ere bye tced





ONVCUthatO tIi COMPLETE
1alM l st teSfm t "l splete" feand hat i

s val b j.ud May m .-The fred on
hsdaMo m m the car of the Unith
ftfatvi vs. (e American Naval Stores
voe-aaa, virbe weat eovicted in te-
.o eomt here. aMd are to be sentenced
'ktW'da" or Mtday, filed a plea son-
'endintg that the verdict render-.I
tabint them tI -wamemplete" and *hat
| vaid Judgment may be rendered an
They- claim that 1asMuch as the
uit was aimed at the corpor-
tiof whk they are members, the


-AY ii PFARYT iffi
We offer One Rundred DOlRrs Re-
ward for any case of Catarrb that
cannot be cured by- Hail's Catarrb
Care. F. J. Cheney A Co., Twenty Me& Killed by a Preusaiture
Toledo, 0. B ta-l in a oNU Near
We. the ndeargned. have known -* -- -- Qua y
P. Cheney r the last 1 years, and Alby, N. V. The
believe him perfectly h notable In all. 7
business traasa.tions and financially Albany, N. T, May 14.-At least
able to carry out any obligations made: twenty imen were killed yesterday by
by his firm. a premature blast of dynamite in 4a
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, stone quarry operated by the Callanan
Wholaale Druggists. Toledo 0. Road Improvement Company near taB
Haire Catarrh Cure I taken inter- South Bethlehem, eleven miles south- -
naliy. acting dureco Upon the ood I-wentof Albany. j
and mucous r of the system.! The dead are John Hoyt Callanan, l O
Testimonials smt free. Price 7c! vice president and general manager of i *f^ I f *.*-
per bottle. Sold by all drugs. 1the company; Charles D. ICalanan, a L. 4 -
Take Hairs Family Pills for conti-s brother of. the manager: sx other .-.,.
patron. Americans and twelve Italian work- O1" 4'A f :
.. ; *men. - .
HALF DRUNK, HALF 30SER One thousand pound& of dynamite
__ exploded, and tie bodies of tievI-Cr l
May b.Ike Ceadities. After July 15. times were hurled huudfeds of feet by I
Ma @ etee Va..Tem. Ith- concussion and so badly mutilated IL
Bristol, Va. May -4.-Bristol will as to be almost beyond recognition.
have a local option election between,:
July 10 and 15. following the goin- out i ...BACK
of the saloons In Teanesxe Julv L .
aith a1ew of vot t, and sup. "his oe Sf the bmost m
Ing much of the new prohibition ter- forms of S it S beu tb It t'
ritory. This would place whisky much 1.ttacks m t m se In the a1 WM11a
closer to East Teunesee than it has.'the back. It-'m.-e0lili on sudden-
been In years. Hal of this cityis ly and th the by Ca
Virginia and the other halt in Ten t' I. w ai ee
-e---c. The- ,venne.ssee i Is 1aoe- *a n*1t as possIb a every move-
dt rTheTennessee 4Inbohn the744
faction favoring lIchse. and the pn with Cllambetin' te biiint thires
in to iave the Virginia part of the cIty. Pay , ; W .
iei ie le the sale of liquor. times a de at t ln s ... ..e :
The Abingdon dispensary, thirfeef"st iffnes shav destmal AA
miles east o Bristal, is reeling $p.o t al. .,
090 a year profits from the sale of A CRUELJ E "
luorr, and Is paying off the towi's a f. p n.. I-
bo'nds, repairing the streets, and uild. v r . y /. "
Inr roads nto the country. a Playmates k
T IF YOU KNEW Tacoma. Wash., May t .-Hysterlcal I
The merits of the, Texas Wonder, you blyond all efforts oF bin parents oa
would never suffer from kidney.W ad- quiet him, the 7-year-old son of Mr.-"P
Pwoult ever raer rom k ney, bi fo-ein and urd. Seeley.a, rend whosed neck* u Pam r T *
der or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle two nd M.. S a-o u pnd wo se ek e'
months treated o14ol by draggt s f child a week ago wound a snake. may
or by mall. end for testimonials. Dr. never recover his reason.
E. W. Hall. 292 Olive street, I St The children were playing near the
Louls,, MIssourt. Seeley home when one of them touond
a dead snake. Picking it up without
TOURISTS IN TROUBLE being observed by the other children
1 he qietly approached the Seeley child
Party of Americans Prisonersi; from behind and suddenly .wrapped it
Morpoo around his neckIt s twentyhoting as he did .
London. May 14.-A dhlpatch from so that tls- snike had jumped upon
angler to th eile froelegm hph says it him. The sight of the snakeM wth the S D.S W e . .,.


Is reported at Mogador one hundred exci thought, would ckre and the factl i
and twenty-five miles from the city of that the chid for a moment could not
Morocco, that a party of American) jerk the snake away from his throat.
tourists have been carried off by na- toppled the boy's reason.
tive tribesmen near Agadir. Agadir,
on Santa Cruns, i the most southern FORCED INTO EXILE ,tmn uem S a
part of Morocco. It Is twenty-threw o n -g inc W Ap< vr S0l
miles southeast of Cape Chir. W. Upchurch. of Glob Oak Oka.,

.. .. .. i- m n ne runo- oe* oo* = s-
A LIVING SKELETON air, he thought would cw a frigtfl .
.ung racking cough that had deAed all
Ing somet t Iles.your thomahothat months he returned death doing his
eats all 1 ake ia nourlsbmen Nf King's New Discovery," he writes, i
tenths of the babies have worms. may t oMan t e kaa n bt I am s
thors certain tme wand after taking six bottles I am *
be yours a Be certain that it hascln ee. ... ... IS "
not by giving it White's Cream Ver-early from des perate lnE A
ml ge--It epelall worms and Is a Infallible for coughs and colds. It d. a-
A _le for teM baby. lPrice cents e a pels hoarseness and sore throat. 3
the Anti-Monopoly Drugtore. Cures grip, bronchitis, hemorrhage,
..- -- -d M asthma. croup, whooping cough. 5c or
and $1, trial bottles free, guaranteed
r b all druggists. ST OCSEP S AClaEM.

ti UNi ALm DIRECTORS The young people and a few of the
older ones decided to surprise Mr. C.
C. Bryant and' wfe, who live at the
bulamS a EOldaMAIM.,.still.. It was given on Wednesday
night or last week, and It was a most
I) fe Mev A Iyed Owe beautiful moonlight night T ih a.rty 1
lA U RISMdHkEL walked and had a most enjoyable .. A PPT_.TrATTO time going and comt ing as well as r *at- i
PQl 4 OCIA ter they got there. M ss a ma Wash- ia nM Co.M ura andMr.
THE and Mirs Cora Marray and Mr. i. for and car in.*^ 1
All work done by lIeensed embalm- Ivy Whisenant were among the out of "
ers sad puly guaranteed. town young people that enjoyed the CARRY AT.AL TIM

u. BLAIHARD ,o to. live as Mr. Bryant Doos ,
oBtowi-th H. B. Masters Co. Their '.,..
many friends regret their departure
very much. IJU8r ",


PLANS FURNISHED his family, returned to Ocala Sunday 4 ..

P. O. Rae 1 OCALA. FLA. far as Oeala. They returned home in .:..
,the afternoon. Mr. Preeman's many
-" '~ friends were glad to see him home


THE L IERlAL., State agents wr..and cn "


m-n ur friends were glad to and Gasolene Engene of
midst again. She taught t=d e- 8w.le aagaa a
Ope. b the lAb of te Ocala Miss Emma Wasbn. of Ocla m a
oume* came down Wednesday afternoon to
Offers the very best service ofthink-. .Am erican and EU wo.
Ofer the very bestaservice of spend a few das with MrA Ganle rcn4
had been qck and came dow
skilled workmen with modern ap-I the change would hap her. Her
.iig the change would hHp herB. CLAR. r
tans, letri asages.many friends were glad to see her
s, eletric Iassag up again, and trust that she will con- H. Bo' ClAf"KS_ I
UnA emeseu Water atA Tmetue to improve.
VICET mp icm, Manag Mrs. J. A-. Freeman and Mrs. J. A.
___________ Hopkina, who were on the sick list .... *'.'
-last week are much better this week. University of Florida. at GaWefilheav
we are glad to state. gave a fine lecture at the Methodist
MarioR Mrs.- Millsom and Mrs. C. Begert church Wednesday nrght. V- .- "
Mw ion and two daughters and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Rufus Carter went up to Mte-
Nick left for their northern homes on anopy Thursday to see her little
Wednesday of last week. grandson, who was real sick.. ._ I ,w',;.---
11S11 IO. L Mr ad Mrss Jack WiUaM and *en. a -7 1A,
A SMILE son and Mits Birdie BRifham went T L-


Zinber, h


MESSED WOOING. CEIUNG,


S=IG. ETC:


Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish to Gainesvtile shopping Thursday.
when yours blue. bilious and out of Mr. R. M. Miller left Thursday for
sosm. There Is a sure cure for a his home at Newberry.
kinds of stomach and liver comn- Miss Mary Underman of Wilmiag-
plaints-coastlpatlon and dyspepula. ton. Is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Haglas.
Baltard's Herbine Is mld, yet abso- Mr. Roberts of Tampa, agent fto the
lately effdtive In all cases. Price 650 Fenole Company there, is in the city
per bottle at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- this week.
store. Mr. and Mrs. Enone and ason ad
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EVENING. STAR

C. L. Bittinger mW R. .tCrrem
Editors and Pmblabers.

C. L. BITTINGER, Edis

R. R. CARROLL. usirmes MmN
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FALSE ECONOMY


W. understand through Dr. 8. .L
B!il-h. who has years of expertfeas
and practice among the colored people
of Marion. also has experience In the
cars- 1,f the collect sick of the state
or ?he. Marion County Farms Hospital
and who has been a delegate to the
National Prlson Congress, where he
gained many ideas of use and sOivies
to th. suit.-'s unfortunates, be wll Wot
attend the meeting of the National
Prison ',,ngress that convenes this
v.yar in August at Seattle, Wash., be-
,aus,- th.- legislature In frantic effosts
at ref'.rm and retrenchment. refused to
contribute say $150 to pay a delegate'
*xp,'n.,.s to attend that Imprtant
bodly. We look at such parsimony as
fails- economy, because the Informa-
tion gained in such a deliberate body
an'l attended by men who have made
a lif,- study of the conditions that sar-
round convict life. are worth to the
Vsy','m of the state, with Its 1200 to
130I convicts. ten times, yea a hun-
drel tim,,q what would be expended in
s.-curing the information that is bound
to aqriqt In mproving the every coadi-
tion of its criminal classes. All re-
forms and betterments of sOcal and
physical conditions of the unfortunate
and criminal classes of any state are
gr#':itly helped by such associations of-
prison delegates as the National Pris-
on '',ngress r presents and wil meet
in Shuttle. to discuss and bring to
practical results. There are many
mona i.s- that can afford to wait for
anoth.-r t rm, but this matter of ap-
propriating means to send a Florida
de'legat'. to that congress should be
passed on now and the good to be
realized, appropriated in the present.

Dr Blitch was agreeably surprised
th.' other day to meet Dr. Leon, of
Louisvillo, Ky., on our streets. The
meeting was the more a pleasure be-
cause it was the unexpected. Dr.
Blitch and Dr. Leon have been del-
cgates to all the National Prison Con-
greswes that have been held In this
country and of which Dr. Leon is the
assistant secretary. Dr. Leon was
h.,re in the Interest of a syndicate of
Louisville gentlemen who Interesttng
themselves in the purchase of a big
tract of land In the scrub east of the
Okawaha for a game preserve. Dr
Leon parted with Dr. Blitch,. express-
ing thr hope of seeing him at the next
meeting of the National Prison Con-
gres? that meets In Seattle In August

Master Looney Blitch, the bright son
of Dr. Blitch, was In tpwn today to get
raiment suitable to take In the com-
mencement exercises at Lake City col-.
lege May 24. Dr. BUtch and tamily
will accompany Looney to Lake City
and witness the commencement. -*-
ercises. Miss Legle and Master Landis
Blitch are students at that school. A
very great and pleasant surprise
awaits Miss Legie Blitch on her rI-
turn home.


W. C. Turner. of Sanford a traveling
salesman for a Jacksonville wholesale
house, had the misfortune to lose wt '
suitcase while taking dinner at the S
A. L. restaurant, this city. yesterday.
The case contained not only his cloth-
Ing, but valuable document.. See hbo
ad. In the Star for the lost property.
A liberal reward will be paid for it
return to the Star office.


Preston A. Fort, a former small
inspector of Ocala. is now engaged
the orange growing business In
Manatee country and to keep po
on the happenings of Ocal an"d ]
rion has sent for his favorite, i
paper, the Star. They all hanker a
the Star when away from home.

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones wlU
cupy their summer cottage on L
Weir Saturday. Mrs. William
daughter, wife and daughter of
superintendent of the goveiuna
contractors, who are guests at
Metropole. will accompany Mr.
Mrs. Jones.

It was a seat and beautiful com
ment that Mfs. T. E. Bridges paid
members of the Ocala High Sde
graduating class yesterday, when
Included them in her reception 1
dered her friend. Mrs. ]ePass,
Gainesville. It touched and delgl
their young and susceptible hearts.
left a sweet and pleasant memory t
time will not efface.

Mr. Harry Peter, the moving plet
show m'in of Dunnello sad his
were in town yesterday, to return
the auto Mr. Peter purchased from
J. G. Baskin and which was overlh
1-d by the qallaQas aEngaie Wol
The gas engine people did such a a
Job in the painting of the machine t
Dr. Baskin on seeing same, hueoa
Inquired whose new machine It wa

A C. L. Agent FraAWRHIter sao
dozen tickets to Worthington Sti
this morning to parties who l
spend the day there. One lady boa
J .seven tickets.

An epidemic of typhoid fWter tsO
last August among the colored pie
In the Blitchton section. the fifth
Crosy Banard dying yesterday a
there are others sick.

Remember the strawberry a4 .
cream festival, which the good we
of the W. C. T. U. will give tooighi
the old Boston Store. Call around
refresh yourself.

If you want to know of the s et
that has attended Mr. I T. Hehl
stone's efforts at raising chckemmi
the question to him and hear an


TSEI BM** ,Dr.



-m Mn ample roms plea the
p keoltladsttothhalmkD. But Im
,-& dek that each -an and wemma
about be ladto aa. t to a debt
that increases every day, that drM
threat to the hae of fMMr bean
e tt radM e- r advastm for the



,free of a W m



upeoe # people for bies A
Thspie of me a come to a ava-
aTen are de r to thf d bank wth etbk-
you do. Mas of wtthes or notco bet
Soty to ft aud person1alua s ee l
fromn OW0 oeera, ad A"every bnin
bemtMe rendered rwe e utomr n
We ore glad to offer you oar service
'free of a arour W t om- pfd
.anpe for r eopelal for business. A.
snIle we ca render you Is In the
pi dt of my at the Oada e.
rTo ato sdeb t ano thiser bank whether
you do, busi well with ca or not, be-
cause evern ay hurryelp we giv soe our cton be-
r eno aa advantage to ship.r. he eamu
ty ad you receive your hae display
n the cunroe ty Ch aided directly

reT.y it you ae one of our custom-
Ora.
We awlk you to secure direct assist-
ance for your financial business.
THE MUNROE & CHAMBLIS, BANK
O ala, Florida


MELONS GROWING RAPIDLY

Oft dispay at the Ocala H e offce
-is a P-pound round melon grown at
PabieW,. which would have been
ready to ship In another week. The
It is Absol a well a Pcantaloupe onlyare
growlg In a hurry and will soon be
rthe eCotl to hip.ter- Mr. Ca ombliaes
haa a beautiful long melon on display




The regular monthly meting of
Fort King Camp. W. 0. W., wil be
hlAd In ToING CAPa this eveT ng.
There will b exere for the goat COT.
other Importat bunt Pure Pat wi

NO LONGER A SECRET

Paint experts agree that
Davis VI0 per cent
Pur Paint
Is the
American Standard of Exeslieom
WHY?
It Is Absolutely Pure-contains only
the Costliest Material&-&and combines
tie maximum

SPREADING CAPACITY
with the MINIMUM COST.
SDavis- 1 per cent Pure Paint will


stand the test of the mOst etgd Pure
Paint Law. OFr sale by the Marion
Hardware Co., Ocala, i.

QUITE A JUUDf&

A squash curiosity can be en at
the Conas.jrcl Bank. -On oeaaskb
the vine ran the whole length of the
t map and looks like a piece of beau-
tiful gre trimmsinmg on e yellow
goutrd, ad on saidM vte is a blomsogm
lawg suash. Another one is the grow-
iax tesether of two squashes. Wor*h
looking after.

THE "MERRY WIDOW- FOR SALE
Oft count of the ftet that I am
busldang a speed launch for use on the
springs, I will sell the launch "Merty
Widow" cheap fr cash. Apply to me
4r to R. D. Mathews, at the laundry. '
5-4-tf PFrfa Mathews, City.

REXALL


* m The announcement of the prospect-
the Ie marriage ~Mf Is Cuthbert Wayne
sted Sparkman to Dr. Rolln Jefferson, May
Ma- IM. at Tampa, has a passing interest
Ocal to our readers because of the popu-
fter larty and the large place the father
of the fair bride, Coasi....an 8. M.
Nparkman, has In the -feet'lps of our
oc- people, for the public service perform-
ake W in their Ifterest.
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it Ten years experience. References,
mt ar. muac teacher in Oca0 uany
musce house In Jacksoaville. 'Phone
Mre A. AI. Leas erd.clty. 1-8-tf
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wife Many weaa, nervous women have
rlth been restored to health by Foley's
Dr. Kldney Remedy as It stimulates the
wt- kidneys so they will eliminate the
rke. waste matter from the blood. Iimpu-
lce rite 4epress the nerves, causing
hat nervous exhaustion axA other all-
itly meats. Commence today and you will
. sooee be wel. Pleasant to take. Bold
by all druggitts.
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UNION PicNICtAV V
AT L'UVLE LAKE WEIR

Mars. LP. Ballard, representing
the Baptist and Geo. I Taylor, of the
Methodist Sunday school, made a trip
to little Lake Weir yesterday In the
Interest e4 the union Sanday schooL
They found an ideal spot Ctr shade,
bathing, fishiag asad boatm& etc and
decided the spot and a&d the data,
which will be May 27. and the pie-
nickers will be taken there by the I.
A. L. and landed on the groad. The
Investigating committee went down In
Tompkinas & Cobb's ate, piloted by
Alderman Gates and Pred Webber. the
chauffeur. They made Bellevlew in 31
minutes.

GUARD WAS GUILTY

Some Note Tdken in a rief Visi to
the Marion Fara
A hurried visit to the Marion Farms
Hospital this morning found it In ex-
Cellent sanitary condition. The yards
were swept clean, the hospital newly
whitewashed, which made it look
clean and bright, the sheets, pillow
cases and bed clothing clean and ev-
erything, even to the kitchen present-
ed an Inviting lbok.
At present there are seven female
and 55 male prisoners and only one of
that number In bed. The others are
at work according to their strength.
We heard the story of the escape of
'the prisoners the other night and un-
questonably the guard. who Is now in
Jail, was respoaslble for the escape and
It was done by preconcerted confer-
ences. Not only were several of the
prisoners permitted to write letters In
the dining room. which in contrary to
the rules, but the guard permitted the
Myers negro to go into the kitchen
and pretend to grind coffee and clean
up, which was no part of his work. It
was through the kitchen the convicts
made their escape, cutting a hole in
th" floor. That it was a concocted
pl.n and connived at by the guard,
is show* by the fact that the escapes
had beep tampering with the bars in
the kitchen window, as the window
frames were split so as to loosen the
bars and the cracks filled In with
dough to hide the work.
The convicts In jumping the fence.
let drop the letters they had written
Im the dining room. which gave the
scheme away and showed them to be
dummy letters.
There is no news from the escaped
convicts, except that one of them lost
a shoe in the swamp about 30 miles
southeast of Ocala, which Captain.
Hewitt has to present as evidence.
The convict, who was sick In bed,
saw all the maneuvers that led to the
escape, and said the guard certainly
assisted In the escape, for after the
sick man told him they had gone thru
the window, he refused to sound the
electric alarm bell, provided for a case
o this -kind, and It was through the
efforts of the aroused assistant super-
Intendeit that the alarm was made
.k~wn that night Mr. Z. W. Belk is
listingng Captain Hewitt In the man-
%agement of the hospital.

WEATHER FORECAST

Washington. May 14.-Fair tonight
and Saturday.

HOUSE FOR, RENT

For rent an eight-room residence
well located on 0outh Third street
Apply to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph.
at. the Montesuma hotel.

That was a somber tale that Sen-
ator Buckmaa of Jacksoaville attempt-
ed to put in as an amendment to the
anti-racing bill, that woman's games
for primes should be classed as gamb-
ling. It was the man, standing up for
open Jacksonville, desperately catch-
tng at a straw, but the man and the
straw went down in the whirlpool of
an almost unanimous passage of the
bill in the senate.

A SCAlDED OY'S SHRIEKS
horrified his granmotaer, Mrs. Maria
Taylor, of Nebo, Ky, who writes that,
when all thought he would die. Busk-
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
Infallible for burns, scalds, cuts, corns,
wounds, bruises. Cures fever sores,
Loils, skin eruptions, chilblains, chap-
pe4 hands. .Soon routs piles. 25c at
all Gruggists.


The strike of th5 postmen and tel-
egraphers of France is no circum-
stance to the threatened strike of 14.-
000 school teachers in New York City
If Mayor McClellan doesn't sign their
bill. giving them pay for the same ser-
vice men receive in the schools. Hope
the women folks will win.

REV I. W. WILLIAMSON'S LETTER
Rev. L W. Williamson, Huntington,
W. Va., writes: "This is to certify
that I have usel Poley's Kidney Rem-
edy for nervous exhaustion and kid-
ney trouble and am tree to say that
it win do all that you claim for it."
Foley's Kidney Reaiedy has restored
health and strength to thousands of
weak. run down people Contains no
harmful drugs and Is pleasant to take.
Sold by all druggists.

A promising young man in the
newspaper business in the Brick City
is Investigating the quality of phos-
phate surface indications and secured
a sample the other day In the west-
ern portion of the county that may
yet put him on easy street. May sue-
cess crown his efforts.


NW The legislative committee to Inspect
the state Institutions. inspected the
state camp site at. Black Point. near
*m4 Jacksonville, composed of 900 acres of
land, were well pleased with the site
and will favor a state appropriation to
perfect Its equipment. Senator D. H.
,aker, our representative, was one of
the committee, also Representative
Glenn Terrell of Sumter county.

YOUNG GIRLS ARE VICTIMS
,af neadache, as well as older women,
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laundry and market, w*he. Ifwml buy,
and sell ilW kinds of "a' I ee as
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The abx~ve represents the esab A ~ f 9 0t
ever "ffer."d in Ocals, or -inywbeft do lei A-0h MW7 Large lt 0 s 'Bon .1"SW"10306t.TuesdayMO
on Magnolia street, facing Carmdeheat 6 bt
with three large stores on place, and eseem bow am 5B 6jft houssa;
T~hhe pine' Is now bringing 111 a a uuft A9.hl* .t AmbS IPUM place darn he RIEXALL
ade ~, ?rin S2~Thorwilwmakre024 ar~rvals; at theOcl
down ad .iS144) evory three months withBgu t J S4es ous'e yesterday.
Tilt- ibuovoat price named Is the bheetwp1 a. (%MIS t""a. -ft Own You
~to bUY A building that will double In vabdi W.-the tMW Y" hav* pWa dfor it.,Sor 6640.63 "W ll carsany COW
It Chi"sa" Fever. Price M~..
Fadyou will receive back oue-thlrdSet'saI Oam",Iavempd SWar ests, be-
forre yo'i bhtvP' id thu entire princlpok Mr. Pt. A. U~veas of ]Mtchburg.
Act irnrnt-dlately and call on Rme f4hW4 lMfMRXat ua Mses, is at the Osmia MUMe

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OCALA, FLORIDA.
HOUSES FOR RENT IN ANY PART


Mr. and Mrs. G. Mays. of Uve
Oak. are gusts o Ite Ce(nwbenl House


A. FRANK, Menager. of ChMls and Pever. Pre 2c.
OF THI CITY. Mr. Godfry Mopyrs, of Tampa, is
O THE CIT. at the Ocala Ho6use.
LOTS FOR SALE ON ASy TERMS
Best SM cent adtner In the city at
the "lk Cafe.
THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES Mr. W. W. Roberts of Jacksonville- is
at the Ocala House.
and taste a swe. That's why Sort order mel promptly sedved
Inlgr's aid Lowney'a Candles In half at the Elk Cafe.
and pou"d boses are so popular. Pure
a poud boes are so po ar. Mr. A. ill of Atlanta. I a guest of
confections these; flavor delicious. Our, the Ocala House.


confectionery is free from adultera- REXALL
titn. It is wholesome and healthfuL1 ---
E'ery kinl of conf.eionety l I Mr. H. W. Tucker returned from No-
Every kn of confectionery here. ^ossssa today.
Fruits, Cold Drinks, Cigars and News- o today.
Mr. F. M. Harp of Eureki was in the
city shopping. today.

AT BALLARD'S i Col. and Mrs. H. W. Long of Martel
Were shopping In the city today.
I- --I--- II' Early breakfasts served for special
orders at the Elk Cafe.


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Everett Piano


Is a symbol of mu Lil -dcve.


q You can usualy etmateit -h rs smU
accuracy, te intellectual ti m a bho
by the class of boos in dte b4ary.


q An EVERETT in da ammo ~oomd d '
notes musical cuInstru mentre d

ql T greater sum mn i t pwdse
co an EVERET dos a en te a
larger expense accomt but is a alomal
investment in a finer ad voreihn& pip-
Norty.The greater duray Ea Ek 1 V eL
and the momre perfect a.mchime wre
from its use are die umidm &yo='w. as
the added invested. -


Musical instruments Sold'
on Easy Payments at
Factory Prices


A. R. HARPER PIANO UCOPANY
North Magnolia Stret, OppodW Ai Us M*Kay

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Mr. 0. M. Kelly Is at the Montezu-
mafrom Savannah.
Mr. M. M. Bagett of New York Is a
guest of tie Montezuma.
r. W. L Davis of Plant City, is a
guest of the Montezuma.
Mrs. D. A. Miller went down to Dun-
nellon today to visit friends.
The baby show will take place in
Ocala Saturday, May 29th.
REXALL
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons. c.
*ach: $7.50 4per done.

Miss Ellen Thagard is resting com-
fortably at the DeSoto Sanitarium in
Jaclrsonville.

Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & '2o
general agents. ."


Mr. Albert H. Rrds'y. of Forsyth.
Ga., is here on a visit to his Wrife Vad
daughter.

Attorney R. B. Bullock ;s adding a
large veranda to his handsome home
on South Third street.
Mrs. Nefl and child and Mrs. Martin.
of Geiger. arrived this afternoon and
sre the guests of Mrs. W. D. Grahm
.Miss AMnLPbUlps went .down to the
lake this"Wfrnioonto joIn hwr mother
a9d Misses Mixon and MeGulre.
Mrs. Johnson, who spent the week
with Miss Daisy Bell. returned home
this afternoon.
Mrs. A. J. Leavengood and daughter
Miss Evelyn of btanton. are guests ol
Mrs. -J. W. Perry.
Dr. D. W. Harris, one of Floral Citfs
highly esteemed young men, is in the
city again. "
Tine candles, fresh stock Schles-
singer's best, ." pounds and half.
pounds, at Ballard*s news and froit
stand.
If you wcnt to feel well, look well
and .e well. take Fbley's _idney
Reme.v. It tones up the kidneys an
bladder.' puries the blood and re-
.ziores health and strength. ..Pleasia
to take and contains no harmful
drugs. Why not commence today'
Sold by al druggist.
Mr. M. D. Turnipeeed *nd daughter
Miss Thelii a' urnlpeed. of Dunnel
Ion, are In the city for a short visit ti
friends.
SIf you expect to get the origisa
SCarbolied Witch Easel Salve, 7Y
must to sure It t DeWitt's Carbollse
Wtch Hasel Salve It Is good fo
.uts, burns and bruises. and In epec
lally good for ples. Refuse subati
tutes. Sold by all druggists.
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Prwogrm ewas arranged -as a Japanese tea room. -t-- ice. Ms .- l l ,,
11 Here Miss- Mary Affieck and Miss _.__-._.,, ,_ . ._
CAMBRIDGE BUMPING RACES Loule Barnett, sitting under a large wh_ e or e i l h oe s -I^ghtful
y BILLY WAS BORN tiRED parasol on cushions, poured tea and given t for M ho tbhe n .m in
- THE WAND HAS LOST ITS MAGIC chocolate in Japanese cups which twa er ca. frhie
pasied by Misses Nellie Gottlieb Uad + -- froe-d-.
~ THE -WO OTIDM aB0et Crosby. who were pretty In '- "' "" .
L THE JAPANESE ACROBATSi monas with chrysamthemiums. Incensei MU1 SCAlT 'I A'-"L
-?~-- ~was burned in this nook by Master s ".--.
Leroy Bridges, whfth added a ark ofi Mss Kate Gab wI g8" --B-&
. L W. T* C I realisation to the Japanese effect. M-in.recital at thte OcoZ B0=0 a t
U _ ature Japanese fans were given a4th4 evenlng of May Xsh. .
t souvenirs by Misr Car* Liddon..who ; L
o r. Edwin Spencer. a student at the also wore a pretty klmona. i SPECIAL A RLY -w
John B. Stetson Cnlverslty, beaLnd. During the last half hour the boy
l is at tome for a few days, but will of the graduating class joined the girlt Those wishing extra eat bea-"
U return for the commencement exer- of their class and with several other fasts can get t1me at the Elk Cae.,. s
Scises. boys and girls had a lovely time. "earty as 4:20 if ty desi -
r Mrs. Brldges' large reception will "'
r HOUSES FOR RENT long be remembered by all who at- We hae S .... -
.--- tended It and the guests were delight- &ncy hIiperted c hi 1 3 .l 7 -|
Modern cottages, all onMvelnenees. ed to meet Mrs. DePass unoler such f-t t piece AI E -
well located and new. Apply to Joe- pleasant conditions. Drugstore. -


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) 10 iet lI i ra Y uI uPM iluobli e and scycte goods that A B enf IX A"N" "DU K UMU&
..' ,-- *-, __ -.L .k-^--- Condoe has In his eastern show win- -REXA! LMr. .Raert D I I
.. pacd o t killed with useful and con- One of- the most clever and original' Mrr Mah,
-; "- "0 ec.l ie Mp Cut I i venlent articles hld they are well ar- Spaldig's BIaseball Guide for 1M of the many lovely Ocala hostesses Isto mr or kat
... n just in at the Ocila News Co. eMrs. Otis T. Green. who never a ol a to Dr. eo mf.
i Pofe Cfa ced iuea tib f, o Ar g pur's eltv 1'a
, -.-, .m: A-rmours a d of AmSer c Ar osw FiPtre Chief Chambers.- Mr. Horace Mr. E. C. Bennett. Ocala's electric joyable time.an
itr f.l.. .-'annen y BN "In -Whetstone. Miss Besste Whetstone and light plant superintendent, returned Those who enjoyed Mrs. Green's Thrower t
?. --o-aSO:.: ri _r Miss Fannie Cook took i day off and home yesterday from attending the- hospitality Thursday afternoon were M ter a laaI
.. -, TA.L.Dus' mh went to Orange Lake this morning c meeting of the Royal Arch Masons in Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce. Mrs. George _. uas in townyAteraalas
-, .i'- -t amit1CIA sh. We wish them. abundant success. Jaekm'oville. McKean. Mrs. Earard Holder Mrs. M of the
T ... m ac wkr.-Mcaa e W .1 'a sPa' J. Roess. Mrs. Clarenme Camp, Mrs' .
+t ..;'S .- Mime MM Hoarse . best dltis and other TO THE MELON BUYERS Charles Rheinauer and Mrs. Jean Ass-; 1 h
-&BMW _e S p.--anI^ N throat trouble are quickly cured -by I have thirty'acres fine melons. Will tin. 4
., -)il i '" I se-l Mags DlFoley's Honey and Tar as it soothes be ready to load by the 1st of June. The pretty fower garden In th e tea r WA I
linw tbo Orit a Hp *QS"ll I and heals the inflamed throat and I want f. o. b. buyers. of the lovely Green home N the.- .
ho, ro -1 I&mm is igra pu i .s bronchdal tubes and the most obsinate S. H. Cauthen. background for the party yesterday at
CA 0 L:-d. O--- Full eLW sm s a liats IL tough disappears. Insist upon having Candler. Fla., May 10. 1909. which bridge was payed. the earship to Ie art Mtr
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1e t-ste ia the arti s a
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were beautiftity artta~ed
had 1es appotatmets'-
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*a sitting room which. -with ^ l
Follow the proga .of the Grace HatcheU 'v Rom k**
concert to be gix by the Metropo- pretty Jpnee a ona wihl .
tan Band at the band stand this ew- santihemnus In thetr cEtftftm *w-' -.
ining: splendid Ufenem of a Japaneae nt a*
1. March. "The Maestro"-R- W. Dainty little Louise eats ed M .
Bond. Depass in kimonas received the t
2. Overture, "Perlees"-F. H. ALoWe- setting on the er.
F. Intenrmeo Indienne, "Flying Ar- At the entrance of the alttag r u ,.t
S row--Abe Holmanna. Mrs. Olive Grant Weston and ra
14. Medley Overture, "The Monarch" Edward Drake recelve4D the tMylittle -u t. A--
-W. C. O'HarE. tsr which Mrs. -William H. Powerm Ia-"
Inlntd...on vited tPam to the punch table, p
5. Marc. March "Pah Kah-R. G. McFall. decorated with pink ribbon. w
4. Barite .olo, "Asleep in the Deep" tulle and long stemmed rosf e ae d c .e is.k.
(Mr. F. E. 1lathews)-C. H. Haris. nations. The bowl was on a reject' -
1. Medley Overture. "Popular Airs"- dotted with -lowers aml Mises VatMet
W. <'. O'Hare. Potter and Lottie Nixorn presided m6t.
SA. E. Gerig, Director, charmntgly at this popular. ..
5. Marc hThe -parlor, with viames of gogeon
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE roses from Jacksonvllew cara s.
S_--- i fOrns and palms. was the most hi- '
The A. I'. L. Railway beginning i portant room. for it was here that ftrs.
Monday. will shorten its schedule on Thomas E. Bridge., the hostess of this
Its. morning train from Ocala to Jack- lovely reception, stood abd ecelt 'v
ogvillp. The train will leave at the her friends, who were ftrvited to meet
.a4Ae hour, a. m.. but will arrive in Mrs. LH. M. DePass of OGaltee lWe1
Jacksonville-at 10:50 and returning, this line were also Mrs. Allen Bridges
Slave Jacksonville at 4:15 p. m. and a s ster-in-law to the hostess and MrM. -' ..
Reach Ocala at 9:10. giving persons Howard Clark. Mrs. ridges wore a
five hours and 25 minutes in Jackson- costume of all white, charmingly .'t
I ille. off by a cluster of delicate bride's
roses. The honor guest wore a ha"d-
SUITCASE LOST timely fashioned gown of pale h Ie
and pink. trimmed with embr I.dery to
Lost on the southbound S. A. L ratch. Mrs. Allen Bridges were hert
train yesterday, a light tan suitcase. lovely wedding robe. and Mrsi. Clai
with tag bearing name and address of wa.s mIost attractive In a dress ot Mblue
WV. C'. Turner. Jacksonville. Finder a-.d white.
will be liberally rewarded for its re- The next room was entered by an
turn to the Star office. 5-14-6t Invitation from Mrs L. F. Blalock, ad I
displayed the origin ot the meeodlota ;
Messrs. McCoy and Kirkland, two of sounds heard ever since approachb-g.,.
our enterprising traveling men, came the home. Miss Jesallu Martin a in
In today to spend Sunday with their Miss Irma Blake on the. piano, acces- I '
families at the Campbell House. panied by Messrs. Fred Welhe. GePrge g
,and Herbert Martin on violins and cor- .
Misses Grace Hatebell and Care Ud-' net played a program which wa. a
don went down to Lake Weir this af- treat to alL" Tbe decorations In d t le
ternoon to be the guests of Mrs. J. G. room, 0. H. E pennants. sunflowers
Lege for several ,days. and black-eyed Susans, were as a -
to the ones receiving, who ypre the ,l
Mr. A. Boenert, of Ocala and Augus- three lovely girt graduate M~ M
'ta. was In town yesterday and today. Luclle Moore. Adele Bitttar and
Mr. Boenert is an expert manager of Maggle Lee Lytle. assisted by ls sI
sales and has operated a dosen large Sarah McCreery and Lacy HBlleyW ..t ., -'
and successful ones in different parts their teachers. The few nomeuts speimt
of the state, showing some of the with them was a treat. -
merchants what could be done with Mrs. T. H. Johnson and Mrs. T. W. I *
new ideas and plenty of printer's ink. Troxier received between the mus I
Mr. Boenert's latest success was" big room and the dining room. The d 4-
sale for Mr. W. D. Edwards at Dun- Ing table centered with a tall vat.uof |
nellon, which exceeded Mr. Edwards pink hot house roses placd on t A r*
brightest expectations. Mr. Boenert flector. surrounded by pink roses, -w
left this afternoon for South Florida an object of much admiration wu itht s
to p ut on another big sale. streamers of white tulle extending .
from the chandelier caught to. the "t nC- J
Mr. C. W. Phillps of Atlanta, Is a handsome cloth by bows of pink. A-
guest of the Ocal House. paragls erns weime sed to a pleas ,D .o f, O ga f_ a gi ..J
,,, _,,,_. .... _,_, advantage. The courses. Ou sutn g et
Ii -E I f-- l molded t fo rm a atr lily served a, sm ,'

Il -+ --y-"i- oitves and wafer .anD Ice iseam O ad WSI --w -rme as d .Is "S
g cakh tdth which kisses from the table Sht2bt


Moving Pictures *t*ndS. '-an i -
and M ui ic w.fore lovely dresses. In the bay wln ,,-
dow a table wa? placed presided over f er fr?_ad l. u i a
The by Mrs. B. Potter and Mrs. G. %i,,tmiV br---- ,,i,. '

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M W DA rs. .P. Guerrant and Mirs C. W. -- tw- kI
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__where a few minutes were spent de- .... th. . alag- 1 ,
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Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook.
Stove.
Kitchen work, this coming
summer will be better and quick-
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Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall fed Bef,
Muttto, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabaga. TUrnips, BeeO.
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potasoe, Speaish Oaims

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certificate upon payment of the face
value of certificates and omitted years
taxes, without interest.
The clerk was Instructed to write
Clark, Ray. Johnson & Co., about
their obstructing the Oeala aed Stokes
Ferry road with trees and for them
to have obstrtions removed at once.
Petition o..Hardee Ralner for I-
cense to carry pistol was refused on
account of bond not being properly
executed.
Bond of W. 0. Brewer as notary
public, with W. A. Knight and J. T.
Hutchins as sureties, read and ap-
Bonds of 0. D. Hogan, Wlliam T.
Johnson and Dr. A G. Under for li-
ce se to cary pistol, read and ap-
provcO.
Bond of S. S. Savage, Jr., for license
to carry rifle, read and approved.
Commissioner Mathews filed report
of county poor tarm as follows:
To the Homnorable Board of Commis-
sioners rto Marion County:
Gentlemen:-I having visited the
county anftarem or poor farm, for
*e month of Aprli beg leave to re-
port as follows:
I, find the Inmates fifteen In number.
fow whites and even colored; no
deaths having occurred since our last
meeting.
Mrs. Johnson is being nursed by
Mrs. Vlnule, of Kendrick. and ap-
pears to be a shade stronger than
when last reported. The negro Ed
Bell. who was admitted at our last
meeting, Is ofewhat improved, and
It Is hoped will soon be able to shift
for himself.
The doctors have the blind man,
Burd, under treatment, and will in the
bear future remove the cataract from
his eyes. Other Inmates continue In
their usual, but feeble, condition.
Hereto attached is the expense ac-
count of the superintendent for the
month of Apra.
Respectfully submitted
J. M. MAT EWS.
Commissioner In Charge.


Superlnteadet's salary. $35:; cook-
ng, $14: nurse, 10; washing and
Ironingl $9.M; hired help, $9.70: Mar-
tin & Carm. $49.4: L J. Blalock &
Bro., $2.10: Helvenston Pasteur.
19.0: Tydlngs & Co. .7.55: Ocala
Furniture Co, $L256 J. J. Guthery,


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board of ef -y commhalsinsrs
fOr Mari a6mty. ortda, mt par-
gm at Io ije rame t. Present: 'ae.
MacKay, chairman; 3, M. M hews
J. A. Ft, MK.M Pretonr and W.
Crosby. e ma
Misutes of net m atnas read ad
approved except for warrant for hard
road overseer. which should rad. to
be used for mplsmpeml of tree labor.
Dr. &. I. BUtek a red In behalf
of the BUtcltesh eard d, dalauing
that It needed repairs. Matter reter-
red to s9 ssl = Matthws ad
MacKay, wtbh power to ect.
On request at Commislsi ner Port
warrant No. 13 Issued to M. La m
for $t12 was ordered cancelled and
wairran tar $1. and $17 be Ismed
M. I. amt Ion n thereof.
Petition for Fi..rtosto. Fahtreld
and Ocala road was taken up. Peti-
tion was referred to CommIstIoners
Crosby, Mathews and Proctor. with
request that they visit the commun-
ity, and on the ground to hear argu-
meats for and against the petition and
report their Sadlags to the board at
a future meeting.
Petition of .Mrs. J. Oliver for re-
lief was granted at $5 per month.
J. H. Cauthen asked damages for
one cow all ag Into a ditch and kili-
Iar herself, beside the public road be-
tween Oklawaha and Candler. Request
refused.
Communicatlfo of Jas. Dutffy. ask-
ing for 11i, pay for material reweved
from the lands of L R. Duffy, de-
scribed as law4 of neeK, see. 10, tp. 15
s., r. 2, and used o BlHtchton road.
On motion warrant was ordered
drawn for $10 In settlement.
Amelia Turner, of Reddlck, asked
for rmief trao tax sales certificate
and for widow's exemption. On mo-
tion the clerk was Instrueted to write
the comptroller and request redemp-
tion at face value and ommitted years
taxea without Interest and assessor to
allew widow's eemption.
Committee made report relative to
Seualveds for Sharp's Jerry road. and
the chairman was Instrueted to make
an order for the same from the Can-
ton Culvert Co.
1 Mr. Walter Laufman appeared with
treasurer receipt for 12, and war-
rant was ordered drawn for $400 when
necessary to do so, for building hard
road leading west from Spar, in ac-
cordance with previous. resolution
governing the same.
Mr. W. W. Clyatt appeared relative
to the personal taxes of L. Horne &
Co. Matter was referred to tax as-
sessor and I& Horne for agreement,
and upon report received it was order-
ed that aseassmmnt of I Homre & Co.,
as to personal property be accepted
at $10,0W, as for 198.
Doctors E. Van and Walter Hood
appeared in behalf of application of
Mrs. Sweat forTellef. On motion of
Commiessoner Port warrant was or-
dered drawn for past month $56, pay-
able to Chairman MacKay, with re-
quest that he investigate and make
farther report at next meeting of the
board.
Petition of Mahaly Williams for re-
lief was read and referred to Com-
missloier Mathews. with power to act.
PUtiton, for opening of Ocala and
tsburg road from Candler to point
oF Summerfleld hard road, read- and
filed until next meeting of the board.
Mack Jamison appeared and asked
for priviege of building dock at Stan-
ton, Pla., on shore of Lake Weir, on
county property. Matter was referred
to Commissioner Proctor tor investi-
.tlon and report.
Petition of C. W. White asking re-
bate on tax redemption read. On mo-
tion of Commissioner Croeby clerk
was Instructed t6 write the comptroh-
er and request permission to cancel


SOImew To mumun
a w1mrn as ae m mrlomlty set
m health binx who have eating di"l
pa elthrla the way of home
ca social dutiftb aad fae.
y az their strenth,
YAvarto pams has preed a mail
valuabe 0team and lnvlmt-
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saw- avpeaSgbarnto espectan
Uomotes D auag hesim an h
OWNmsof baby, thwerebI&&Onle IgCh~iM
bikik ini easy, and &boostpauwm
Beaw in nId, jima that Dr. Piram's
hiwit ~mup~smIs not'sm am we
i llmtpeopb e ae uile mUwnly
swam, beemum 69 60she aimuuty As to
thefrecmprAltla iond umbeearader,
butftIsamiia , or KOW OOM
pmON a full hIMof allheIto hredleaftbeias
pritsedin plate Ungldeasesway hoeft'
wrncr.An qam-12-fLm of thS IWtOf
i~~ai~will discim tho fact/ha I
aonaloh Ine13ItsO em-oe-ah, -she.

may 2011be out of place w*1 ta" so
-., aaIS trmg dzslu*0,4m
the lotmedlrim ofa= hawe the --
exim... .& I ImI of all tgo leading
mekdicalwries adam u~s*"of all the
nsev era uboahof praesle%, AM'"thatte
as rmediem for ihe agamats fair which
gFavare l.Prrula srcmedL'
be sat to mwar dirm, wpmw.al,
aboolutely ftv If you request swneby
Dw~lcuLor o IXR.NL. PIwer.
Dr. Psrse's Phesuat ?skui em e-
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c' ea t ads bdb poape. OAum0tA re-
quest was grega.a.
Petition of C. W. Wadts rot p .erat
ism to redm e a 2 lets fto L L.
Clark grant at ee values Pdal maa
yeam takes, red and refused.
The Ocala elepherns Co. S&
and aske pn ralesd to paee a l.
distance tedate e toenll st Am Imn Ant
house corridor for use of the nmel;
public. onmtIsoendr
Fort permuik was gmmted, 4
ed booth was placed under e
ion and approval oaf theo *c a of-
the board as to plate and quatr 4
booth. *
On motion Comlssioner W. L
Crosbt- and Mr. & C. Cham-i weep
continued as a committee to am"t in
advertising Marin county, ai that
this eomntttee he sathertisn to have
SOW pamphlets. and also to use their;
discretion as to what photographs and
what printed matter is necessary to
Included in said pamphlets, awd also
to contract for such advertled muts to
such Journals as they may deem ne-
cessary .to call attention to thess pas-
phlets, and also to state where they
can be had upon appig atl"-
The county clerk' office was desig-
nated the distributing poI~t for these
pamphlets above referred to and that
the committee have Inserted a notice
In the pamphlets calling attention to
this fact.
Application of J. lB Walker, W. A.
Green, 8. H. Christian. G. W. Porter,
SE. Means. as. Roberts. C. A. Me-
Pherson. J. B. Goodwin, J. A. Patk-
ham, J. L. Godwin. J. C. a ettles. and
W. K. Miselle, for license to carmy
firearms were refused on account of
bonds not being properly ezxeateld
and clerk was requested to nitify the
parties above named of the improper
execution of their bonds.
6n motion warrant for $150 was er-
dered drawn in favor of the clkz, to
be used in the payment of free labor
on the hard road.
On motion the clerk was Instructed
to write the comptroller tor Instruc-
tions to allow Dr. W. P. Wlsbs to re-
deem certificates of tax sales against
sw%. see. L21 and w% of sw%, sec. L
tp. 16. r. 21, at face value and omitted
years taxes, without interest.
Petition of John Pasteur and others
tor changlng"public road at Stanton,
Fla., was read. and on motion of Com-
alssioner Proctor same was granted.
Petition of Mary Williams for relief
was read and referred to Commission-
er Proctor, with power to act.
On Motion the matter the con-
struction of the Sparr road was placed
in the hands of Commissioner Crosby.
Petition of Mrs. Mary C. Hood tfor


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widow's pension was read and andww-
ed. .'
Petitoms of Jefferson D. Youngud
H. H. Petteway for license to*
and carry pistols were read and ap-
prove&
Petition of Jefaersom D. Tnag to
array rifle. read and appred. **
Mr. Rz. L. Wartmamn appeurd
asked the extension of the Camr ;ad
Ocala hard roed, under tl rule es the
county paying two-thirds and the elt-
Isems one-third of the ezpeme and de-
posited the county treiuft rs rwel
for $425, benlag contribution br C(It-
ra. On motion eonmity .wmuimmt wa
ordered drawn for SIU. to be |Md aI
the exteetlon of the Ctra ad Ocala
road hbeun nem ary.
On motion of Co....-' *o-er Vt-
the following resolution wa adbpted:
Resolved, That al the public reat
In this county not hardeem sad aow
In use by travel, the width thereof va
right of way s fixed at fteet. -An
public roads now hardened sa that
may bS hardened hereafter the wMth
thereof Is fixed at 40 feet. P
that no tax payer will be qmet
move In his or her. feaO, megpt. t
becomes necemary to do b for the
maintenance of said road.
W. M. Lucius, a ilerlatendetM of
hard roads, presented report .a fti-
lows:


Mr. Geo. MacKay, Cm. in Charge of let
Hard Road Work in District Np 1,
Mrlon County, Florida .
Dear Sir:--I beg to sVbmlt the fyl- '.1
lowing as my report ofat work paRt "
ed and money expended for the mouth -
of April. 1l0 on the hard rab r f
district No. 1, Marlosa cou.t, l '
I have graded an., rmovd all -f at .
the trees stump 'roots, de,, ir aw
space of twv'ty fest wide al&oimf th'
roadway from' Sbavp's nrry tr ae a..'
tace, of 1% miles west from aid far'
ry. stll lea"4g about hees-l of
a mile to be worked In the am m-
6W. '','
I have also ,bd the .ft-m.te -
Orange avenue, slhea re .
qtokW Ferry hard rAf rs
in the last two,,k r W* Mi
for the mountha am t to ?t
which you wiMn nd la clerks i:
Itemased bills for the e. s-
I think l0 wffill esuffts it.
ReWpeat tlP. ]II rn"i
On motion the clar was tsta '
to order one "Beach,' al n ro"
drag from the 0-ach WW Ca, ,ha
lotte. Mich., to he aeIpped to JM
Matches Malto k, Pl
IFllowing justces reported lms during April, 1MW: J K. Xbm, ILXa I
L Johnson, W. W, Jacksoman, L
Ropkins and P. A. Xegf l0
The following Justlcef of the eoS
reported Ones and eami tawoo-d. deW- i.
Ing the ma= h of Apri l hu :
J~s 86%, county jvdgm Alss.
C.20; SMIh, L22 $ .4.
Alex. Wyane, NDS. $ ;2 S.
J. 0. Tumnipeed, fines. $0l;: ots,
Wa. N. Gober. foips,. I5; o"s*


The tax collector filed his report of
licenses collected lor the h of
April as folows: Ucease soe esd SW
the county, $S.5. -,
The momuty trmretr Sled his upCK
showing receipts aad sts,
Including balances o band the tU of
the month as felows:
Ceouty PrOeMr Fund
Received .............. 1
Disbursed ...... ...... s... L
Balance ...... ............ SM10
Po Feud Fed -1
Received ...... ...... ......$
Disbursed ............ .....
Balance ...... ...... ....... .21
.Fine and Ferfeltwe IF-'
Received ........ .***...........e
Disbursed ...... ...... ...... .U -
Balance ................ '11110
Received ...............
Disbursed ...... ...... ..... .
Balance ..................UT.7
Sehdd Fund


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