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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: 06 14, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03192
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Frier no@sc MUSHRooMs,


- .. FULLER,
-e1 OmW Mummm ChmmbM'


Dental Surgeon

FPbome S1S.
Olee hours: 9 to 12 a. w 1 t to
56 T. m.


Room 9, 10 and 11.
Oeeoud Floor, Holder Block,


(OU4-SeBond Floor The Monroe &
Chblie Bank Building, Ocala,
fa -O e. 222; Residence,

L. In.; 1:0 to 8:30 p. a.

ylaidm ai SureM
r"1 PrMtie Case Made Promptly
Nght oer Day
Spei l Attentlen to Obstetrki Di-
some" of Weeten d Childre
Ofee.: Rooms 3-22 Holder Bultding,
eenad Floor; Phones, Office No. 323;
mdbMce, No. 333.



P. o0.-S .



Life Assurance Society
Mike IM Sela
Reindent Agent.

Ilotem Bubershop

fh ootI With the iotre Ofee
k mst worketM and courteous at-
tt" to alL. special attentlom to

r alc M&BOAGM

a" *0 rA&wftk


several Town Demlished

and Many


yesterday. It Is the opinion of tlO
attormney-generars office that any per-
son who has cigarettes in his posses-
sion is subject to fine and Imprison-
The Alaska-Yukon-Paciflc Exposi-
tion police will enforce the law strict-
ly. No one will be permitted to smoke
a cigarette on the grounds.
It's a woman's delight to look her
best. but pimples, skin eruptions, sores
and boils rob life .': Joy. Listen!
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them:
makes the skin soft and velvety. It
glorifies the face. Cures pimples, sore
eyes. cold sores, creked lips. chapped
hands. Try It. Infallible for piles.
25c at all druggists.
St. Petersburg, June 12.-The Ira-
portant district of Urumlah. in North-
weatern Persia.l seems about to fall




entire stock of

Matheson of Gainesville, and in con-

sequence of the


from I. D.

we are over-

stocked with Shoes.

We have too many of them; more

than our store space will allow us to

keep in good shape, and therefore will

Hun-reds if Net Thomusnds, of
Uvee Led in an Earthquke
Marselles. Jane 23.-From seventy-
five to one hundred dead and one hun-
dred Injured Is estimated the total
calualtles as the result of the earth-
quake which devastated several towns
and villages in the so-thernmost part
of France.
Great suffering Is reported from re-
mote places on account of lack of the
necessaries of life as the ruins are not
entirely searched.
The villages of Saint Cannat and,
Rogn'-se were completely demolished.
Lambese suffered heavily and advices
say that a number of the wounded are
still Imprisoned. The survivors are
sleeping In tents. The streets are Im-
Among the villages seriously damag-
ed were Vauvenardues, Vennelles, Po-
flssanme, Puyste, Repardo and Arguil-
The victims were horribly mutilated.
There are evidences that the victims
lived several hours after being impris-
oned. People rushed into the streets
at the first shock and their cries min-
gled with those of the wounded.
The Regnes family of four were
buried in the ruins. Their cries could
be heard throughout the night, but all
were dead when reached by rescuers.
The Chateau of Valmousse was dam-
aged. The Chateau of Auguillos was
split In two.
anmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
or cold. W. J. Atkins worked as night
watchman at Banner Springs, Tenn.
Such exposure gave him a severe cold
that settled on his lungs. At last he
had to give up work. He tried many
remedies but all failed till he used Dr.
King's New Discovery. "After using
one bottle," he writes, "I went back to
work as well as ever." Severe colds,
stubbon coughs, inflamed throats and
nore lungs, hemorrhages, croup and
whooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medi-
cine. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free.
guaranteed by all druggists.
On the Tariff Bill, Which he Declares
to be the Wort Ever Passed by
Washington. D. C.. June 13.-Declar-
ng that he believed the Payne-Aldrich
tariff bill to be one of the most in-
iquitous tariff bills ever passed by Con-
gress, if it is passed, Mr. Overman, of
North Carolina, yesterday attacked the
sincerity of the framers of the tariff
He announced himself In favor of
Senator alley'sa Income tax amend-
ment and declared that he proposed to
offer an amendment placing a head
tax upon Immigrants and another one
giving the president the power to ab-
rogate the collection of duties on arti-
cles similar to those manufactured by
a corporation which controls fifty per
cent of the American output and which
offers its good for sale in foreign
countries at lower prices than In the
United States. Mr. Overman also dis-
cussed the steel and lumber schedules.
Asserting that be would vote against
the bill because be claimed it was un-
Just and full of inequalities, Mr. Over-
man charged that the measure was
framed in the special Interest of the
privileged few, while the great mass of
the consumers of the country would
continue to groan under. the heavy
burdens of Increased taxation.
Men past middle life have found
comfort and relief in Foley's Kidey
Remedy, especially from enlarged
prostate gland, which is very com-
mon among elderly men. L. E. Mor-
ris, Dexter, Ky., writes: "Up to a year
ago my father suffered from kihney
and bladder trouble and several phy-
siciansa pronounced it enlargement of
the prostate gland and advised an r.p-
eratilon. On account of his ane we
were afraid he could not stand it and
I recommended Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy. and the first bottle relieved him
and after taking the second bottle he
was no longer troubled with fhisa ros-
plaint." Sold by all druggist I.
Seattle, Wash., June 12.-The new
anti-cigarette law went into effect


to the people of Ocala and vicinity.

If you are thinking of buying a

pair of Shoes for yourself or any

member of vour family in the next

12 monthly, which is more than likely,

you will do the right thing to come

and look over our stock of Shoes.

As to the quality of the Shoes

there can be no doubt, as Mr. Mathe.

son was well known to sell nothing

but strictly first-class, honest Shoes.

The people of his county recognizing

the fact that he

(from not being tempted td sell shod-

dy Shoes and get rich on the people's

money) elected him to the position of

trust of treasurer of Alachua county.


Of the Tmmense Values You

Expect During this Sale, We

Give Below a Few Prices:

Men's Romeos, tan and black.
the $1.49 kind. at .........98c
Men's King Quality, high top.
all leathers, $4 and $5 kinds
for .. .. ................ 2. 98
Men's Satin Calf Bals, plain or
cap toe, worth $2. at....$1.25
Men's Oxfords, patent, tan. vici
and ox blood. latest shapes.
Goodyear welt. of be-st makes.
Pnckards. King Quality. Ral-
ston Health. Iturt & Packard,.
etc.. $3.50 ar.d 35 .sho~s. .2.49
Ladies' Comfort. a!l sizes, the
$2 kind. at ..............$1.25

Men's Single Sole Oxfords, the
very thing for this time of the
year. light and flexible..$1.24
One lot of Ladies' Oxfords, all
sizvs and all leathers, some
with cork heels, at.......98c.
Ladles' Tan Oxfords, the $2
kind. at .................$1.25

Many other bargains in La-
dies' Sh,.>s. toe> numerous to
mention. Children's Shoes of
the be-st makes at the lowest
possible prices.

This store will not be undersold.

To do what we say and say what we do.

by us, It is urloss and not ihe caslers; we are


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To at Least


by the Cas

We have recently bought ot the


Branchvllle, S. C, June 13.-A tele-
phone message from Smoaks, ten
miles from here. states that Quillie
Simmons and Frank Samuels arrest-
ed there, charged with the murder of
young Ben Smoaks two weeks ago,
were lynched yesterday by a mob of
5,000. The victims are negroes.
Sometimes you may be told that
there are other things just as good as
DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
That isn't so. Nothing made Is as
good as DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills for any ailment of the kidneys
or bladder, which always results in a
weak back, backache, rheumatic pains.
rheumatism and urinary disorders. A
trial of DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills is sufficient to convince you huw
good they are. Send your name to IB
C. DeWitt & Co.. Chicago, for a free
trial box. They are sold here by all
Sebastopol, June 13.-Twenty men
went down in the Russian submarine
Kambala, after a collision with the
battleship Rostislav during maneuv-
ers last night. Hope. though it is
slight. is entertained that they are
still alive. Desperate efforts are be-
ing made by the officers and men of
the Black Sea fleet with the assist-
ance of divers and salvage workmen
from Sebastopol to raise the subma-
rine before the imprisoned men suc-
cumb to the vitiated air.

we awe pnprepuedto MIii rm .q
work Of w 31PNweat ind.
Manufacturersof omenft bik dtm
hexagon and o4agou block Od s "*i~gb-f-t-a f -
ing materaL Wemlq kh wmi
our motto ig "to plain.
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There are many ways in wh"2h it i.M
public, but the m m M
hapl is to hel with m We
needs of coseravaue btrowa.t

The Munroe & Chambliss Balnk

Primary Bill, Which Has Just
Beco me a Law
Tallahassee, Fla., June 13-Governor
Gilchrist has signed the Cash primary
bill which gives Florida a new primary
system. This law provides that all
candidates shall made sworn state-
ments of all campaign expenses. No
candidates shall make donations of
anything of value during the cam-
paign. No abusive literature can be
circulated on primary day and tax col-
lectors shall not accept poll taxes from
any other than the person owing them.
A new form of ballot is provided.
A a Ideal cough medicine I re-
gard Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In
a class by itself," says Dr . A. Wilt-
shire, of Owynnevllle. Ind. take
great pleasure in testifying to the re-
sults of Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy. In fact, I know of no other
preparation that meets so fully the
expectations of the most exacting in
cases of croup and coughs of chil-
dren. As It contains no opium, chlo-
roform or morphine It certainly
makes a most safe, pleasant and ef-
ficacious remedy for the ills It Is In-
tended." 1
Successful Railroad Men, Who Has
Worked His Way Up from the
Raleigh, N. C., June 31.-It is learn-
ed upon the best of authority that C.
H. Hix, general superintendent of the
Seaboard Air IUne Railway, will suc-
ceed W. A. Garrett as executive officer
of the road. Mr. Garrett will sever his
connection with the road on June 30.
Mr. Hix is 45 years old. He began
his connection with the Seaboard as
a station telegraph man. Then he be-
came train dispatcher and later train-
master. This led to his promotion to
the position of division superintendent
and the latter to that of general su-
perintendent. It is now regarded as a
practical certainty that he will be the
next executive officer of the road. He
Is a native of Nelson county, Virginia.
beside this: "I want to go on record
as saying that Iregard Electric Bitters
as one of the greatest gifts that God
has made to woman," writes Mrs. 0.
Rhinevault, of Vestal Center, N. Y.,
"I can never forget what it has done
for me." This glorious medicine gives
a woman buoyant spirits, vigor of
body and jubilant health. It quickly
cures nervousness, sleeplessness, mel-
ancholy, headache, backache, fainting
and dizzy spells: soon builds up the
weak, ailing and sickly. Try them,
50c at all druggists.
Honolulu, June 13.-Evidence of
what officers say is a concerted move-
ment on the part of Japanese of Ha-
waii to control the sugar industry and
thus dominate the internal affairs of
the islands through their number and
power was disclosed yesterday when
the offices of the "Jli," a Japanese
newspaper of Honolulu, and the offices
of the Japanese Higher Wage Associla-
tion were entered by officers artned
with search warrants and letters, re-
ports and other documents seized.
The most delicate part of a baby is
Its bowels. Every ailment that It suf-
fers with attacks the bowels also en-
dangering in most cases the life of the
infant. McGee's Baby Elixir cures
diarrhoea, dysentery and all derange-
ments of the stomach and bowels. At
all druggist

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"Land of the Sky" WAYNESVILLE. N. C. Akta 71
On the Southern Railway, one hour fro m Aahbevill. Caplty i
No consumptlvep. Hot and Cold p hubar Bata. Mumic, BoDlM I m
Special attention to mountain parties. Spacdal pmrW a ad ayf" iaMW
Information address G. C. ROGAN, M aaaer. (J-O mljr ---W- 6 -
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Skilled cooking, careful attention to the wants of the gXiL.

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2%8The baby hw aiaugrated by the

lr tammry to do good for the needy
eMAo n at the armory as saneoume-
d i t y ,ftrum betwa the
heas at 4 ed 4ceck. There was
s fate ft trUm-petL. of- beating of
uAm. 3t fat Up to 4 o'dOck thae
Wesa IitaMoe that anything an-
uowl was t1 the air. But when the
asi lgof the babies beuan aand their
feud mtMher. responded In that baby
whlM1 ely 1" mothers
-h bow to artuealate, them there
llWv, babies benn muummo an4
tuaG MWa dilagw rete"d m ore so $aorvws a same of al-
gMMd as^tlriec hmasty sad
a gatre. It ti doubtful If an-
ther mah pieture euld be duplicat-
d, ehm it w smether baby show
that to k pItpe at this ame building
sare ivo year f a. tIn which the feel-
Sver babies blame intelatns tIhat
it Msted stmmed relations that Utme
s not yt fully removed. But In
this OMP. -so tr as we could
pliesimt. mhe juges who were
stnaamld a d umkaown to our peo-
ph and did M t kow whose babes
they were paying o gave Judgment
to Oh bet of their ability anad these
de mswo peepted as final.
i la a-id the baby show was a
smem n md warm as the afternoon
uamasmet to a
the me were
n &Mr s. ,A. matm-
ley guarded the door for entrance
fees. Mrs. r I Caney ad Miss An-
m'Mina mw that the voters mad
their peelms ea eswere seated and
them terlag tie psris contest duly
labeled and naumub
Mrs. McCoathy and -M. Oottlieb
*fr- e the respective
HW h tIgch they W maly
im Jit tnoe CEi table Mr. Van
Bead and Mrs. John Taylor presided,
i K the M e Mary Phlips, Nellie
Gettueb amnd arnh Davis touched the
kas of the piano qa" I& a small d-
JIe drew the auttkta of the amn-
0m to the ct o*t wm ea you et
something lem than I* bables of all
agea, sines and mes in one room and
laoosa their vocal chord It is abso-
lately neemmary there should be some
W s esrm ant tnot. Other
t.iooI bavt. Mrs Ed Carmi-
C. U ittlager made the announce-
meats. Mr. Chamblise was the eager
Uggasa W tilette for votes for the
aa popular baeT and Pralk Ditto
deqrp*.. As seomn as
a ywd i heated, Ie dtffcr-
s e at babMes were called to the
pI.l*at,.at could ee eand the
Judges saw them to advantage. The
9 w"re the .Otrie4:
Dor yle., ina cIan s years 3 to
5, Of Mrs. Masle Lyles:
Prances Lammu, to 5 years, No. 11.
Mgl Of Mr. ar MrsIS.a M Lam-
mam; Womm Kenneth Stroman, 3 to
5, Na. .hmld of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
Uromam: Mabel McAteer. I to 5, child
r. r UMaL J. 8. McAeer, No. 3
1. pa 4Mr. and Mrs.
t 0691ngIa; Brby Bryant, *9
m the. child of Mr. *and Mrs. Cecnl
BnatM; Uwar4 rown, 1 year., No.
* 2. hild of Mn. Fhnle Iowm.- Mtes
Master Wilbur Gary. No. 7, the. child-
na at Mr. and Mrs. Will T'. Oaly, and
In ehare ot their aunt, Mrs. Edward
T. ehlvemstoea; Jean Bitting, 10
moatha lb 5, ehuld eof Mr. and Mrs.
HR. R tP Medet alal.r-Oldleid,
Syears and 10 months, No. 3; Cor-
eMaap W oatem. 10 months old, No. 11,
a ot Mr. and Mr. C. r. WInston; B.
S K. -mden, Jr., 1 year 10 months, No.
10, ebda ot Mr. and Mrs. B. H. fand-
en; H. C. Joaes. Jr, r months, No. ,.
mB t Mr. ad Mrs. H. C. Jones; Jean
MedQahmgn, 2% years old. No. 1. child
er~ r.-ead Mrs. Grge MeGahagin;
Beeker, years. No. 3,'son of
aht h 8 W. R. Loce.r: James
Syean4 No. 0. Louls rnlght,
*ett, 5, 9 eMlrea of Mr.. IA J.

SJ y tea, 41 moths, Na.
I al aB, 5 years, No. 2. child-
S eM of at MH J. W. Xes: Loret.
Todd, 1 year, No. 7; Mamie Sue
I year. No. 4, child of Mr.
M. J. I. Speaker;: eMer Lan,.
ar. NO. 3: M*ry Guarrant, 3 years
o l, edld of Dr. ad Mrs. Ouuerrmnt,
by XM l Faae Claerk: Marion
4 ars No. Ie hild of Mr.
M. C. W. Buster, Mary eMcKean,
I" I_5, GitU of Mr. an4 Mrs
X MKea: J. M. 'Meffert. Jr,
4Mw d Mra. a. A
primes were as fol-

tif t g7 up to the
Serge MeGahag
Sue Speomer,c
,M E 4 L MM, J. H. Sipemeer,
= ii.laOtf by Mr. Frank.
aml" ymre et ag.--amces Iam
= 7ter 9 Mrwad Mrs. M. I

men S6 deahts
Dr. aamSi ft I P.Oneueut, a8
seem. demoted by Rhetmnaer & C
tdn -e No. b-Bahle from
i ft years-Maybelle MeCAI
A I|- f W. and rs. U Harris
j M ring donated by C
asa-WiNm M Kenneth Stre
Sem t rW. sad Mrs. Taylor Str
mw i k t rk aM d spoon, dem
bh Mr. Cmlemese Cams.

t baby girl of Mrs. Georg Meah-
a0 that was almost a beautiful coun-
terart of the sttlk1agly handsome
Itte brother that took fAt prtse. and
there are others deserving, but we
must hurry to a close.
In the voting contest for the most
popular baby Mrs. WInston's fat
little cherub won. against a dosen
competitors. the handsome spoon pre-
seated by Allen Bridges.
The show showed up welL Every-
body was pleased and a number re-
marked the whole thing was the great-
eet affair ever pulled off In Ocala.
The expression everywhere was
heard. "Now who would have thought
Ocala could boast of so many really
pretty babies," for It must not be for-
gotten. Ocala has several relays of
babies st toin the background, whose
sweetness and beauty Is the joy and
happiness of many a fond and doting
mother, who In her heart knew she
had the fairest and cutest in the land
and to her this was glory and pride
Mrs. Bittinger. president of the
Kings Daughters. desires to express
for the order, her sincere thanks to
every mother who entered her child
nla the contest and her only regret Is
that there was not a prlse for every
child entered. She also desires to
thank every person who in any way
assisted tIn making the show the suc-
cess It proved. Nor Is Mr. H. C.
Packham forgotten, for to his help.
Ice was received and the babies' dry
lips refreshed, while the services of
the unnamed Judgies are enshrined in
the book of remembrance. The tress-
ury of the King's Daughters Is en-
riched to the amount of $24.15.
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to curedeaf-
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remedles. Deafness Is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucuous
liling of the 0ustachlan Tube. When
this tube is Inflamed you have a rum-
bMng sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when It is entirely closed, deafness *s
the result, and unless the Inflamma-
tion can be taken out and this tube
restored to Its normal condition, hear.
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but In Inflamed con-
dition of the mucuous surfaces.
We will give -One Hundred Dollars
for aby ease of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
lars free.
7. J. U tl.KInA & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists, 76c. Take Hall's
Family PiUs for constipation.
Washington June 14.-Fair tonight;
showers Tuesday.

Will not suffer if you have to wear
They are Improving to most peo-
ple's looks when fitted by one who
understands how.
Your eyesight is too precious to
neglect. You owe them all the at-
teation and care that they may need.
They Get Careful Atteatioo Here
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Oflce hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
1:30 to 4:30, p. R.Optical office
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary


l. a For "lie by




We are indebted to Mr. Isaac Stev-
ens for a copy of the Boston Globe of
June 4th, containing an account of'
the death of Dr. D. S. Chase at Med-
ford, near Boston, in his 91st year.
The death of this estimable man has
a local interest, especially to many
of the older residents of South Lake
Weir, in which section nearly thirty
years ago he was a pioneer settler
and orange grower, making a success
until the big freeze of 1894 and 1895.
which destroyed his property. At the
earnest request of his son, Edward
W. Chase, he went north and ended
his long and eventful career in his
son's home. He died of pneumonia.
He was a dentist by profession. He
was the original gold foil manufac-
turer south of the Mason & Dixon
line, in Augusta, Ga., where he went
in 1846 after his graduation and where
he remained until the-breaking out of
the war, when he returned north, go-
Ing to Fremont, Nebraska, where nc
practiced his profession, bought and
laid out a tract of land, which is still
known as Chase's addition. The cli-

played Dy 1MiS s .usie Eliot. These the!
guests were to guess. The first prize
was won by Mr. Fletcher Kimball.
The booby prize added to the fortunes
of Mr. John Couch. It was a pair ot
doll shoes, bearing these wortls "For
De Feet." (for defeat Miss Olivia
Moody and Miss Susuie contributed
beautiful piano selections and a song
by Fred Weller was rendered in his
pleasing style. Miss Francis Chamb-
-s, to the delight of all present, re-
sponded to the request for a reading.
with a humorous one in negro dialect.
"Christmas Night In De Qua'ters."
Miss Chambers is a reader with in-
imitable charm. Delicious ice cream
and cake was then ,njyed. Those
present besides the fair honorees.
were. Misses Fred Trawick. Ade-le Bit-
tinger. Jean T'egue. Susie Eliot. Net-.
tie Chambers. Louise Wetherell. Helen!
Hill, Flossle Brannan. Margaret Col-
lins, Marie Eliot, Mary Wyman. Iois.
SKnight. Carlotta Wethcrell. Olivia
Moody, eessrs. Fletcher Kimball, Fred
Weller, Raymond McDonald, John
Couch, Phill Kennard. Joe Gable,
Terrell Barton. John Moody. Bill Van
Dyke. Jessie Van Dyke. DeWitt Grif-
fin. Will Poage and Mr. Thaxton.-

mate proved too severe. He became Tampa Tribune.
a sufferer from rheumatism and came
south, taking up a homestead on South 'rhe Troy, (N. Y.) Record contains
Lake Weir, embarked in the orange the following notice of a young Ocala
growing industry and created one of miss who recently graduated from the
the handsomest and most productive Emma Willard School at that place.
groves that adorned that beautiful, Miss Weathers is the lovely daughter
stretch of country. I of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers, and
One of the attractions of Dr. Chase s she graduated two years ago from the
home on the lake was his wife's rose Oenca High School with honors and
garden, having some 90 varieties of read a delightful essay at comm.-nce-
roses and In their care and attention meant. entitled, "I eautifying Towns."
Dr. Chase took a lively interest. So The Record says:
beautiful was this rose garden that Miss Janet Ferguson Weathers'
Its fame spread abroad and in their theme was "Sicily, the land of Le-
travels many people stopped to ad- gend and Poetry." It was a splendid
mire and drink in the beauty of this effort and gracefully presented.
beautiful spot In representing Sicily. the Land of
Dr. Chase was a good citizen and Legend andi Poetry. Miss Weathers
took a deep interest in everything emphasized the fact that while the re-
that effected the welfare of the corn- cent earthquake in Sicily called at-
munity In which he lived. He leaves tention (if the world to that island.
a widow and two sons to mourn his the claimn of Sicily upon our interest
death. All the old residents of South is more than temporary, for its nat-
Lake Weir will be sorry to learn of ural heauties. history and legends
his death. have been celebrated from time Im-
memorial. After noting the signifl-
A good audience greeted Bishop ._- _
Gray yesterday morning at the Epis-
copal church. He preached a splen- -2 -: .
did sermon from part of the 15th verse
of the 14th chapter of Exodus "Speak .

unto the children of Israel, that they I
go forward." His plea was for God i
and his kingdom. irrespective of de-
nominational lines and in the simplic-
ity, purity and holiness of God's com-
mands and Christ's teachings. He
said the Anglican Catholic church, the
Episcopal, had gone forward in this
spirit in all its history and for it has
bAn much criticized, but he was glad
to say its course had made an impress
on many discerning minds and now
were heartily congratulated and com-
mended for their consistent course and
uns-werving loyalty to the commands of
the most high. He said one of the'
most distinguished divines of the Con-
gregational church, Dr. Newbern
Smith, has in the pulpit and through
the press commended this course; that
in late years quite a number of priests
of the Roman Catholic church had
Joined the Episcopal brotherhood. He
spoke of the work laymen could do in
furthering the cause of Christ, by be-
ing thoroughly posted in the history
of church affairs so that ,those who
sought information could receive it
and be enlightened as to its policy and
instanced a number of cases where it
had worked wonders. Lastly, he said,
the rector could do nothing, the bishop
.could donothing, unless the rank and
file. when spoken to by rector and
bishop, would go forward under the
banner of Emanuel. The bishop is a
fine sermonizer, spoke with eloquence
and power and produced a profound
impression and in the delivery had the
undivided attention of his well pleas-
ed audience. Then followed the con-
firmation of a class of eight, which
was most impressively done by the
laying on of hands by the bishop.
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. f1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.,
Louis. Mo.


$17.--Asheville, N. C., July 13, 14
and 15. Limit July 31.
ft17S.-Asheville NC /C. June 17 1S



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LORETTO., (Near Mamnda) M-
Borrding School for Boys Conducted by the bt"n at ft. JgkY. Tew-
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Caretally Trained aloag f Mite
lectual. Moral and Social Lies, Healthy LaeatLis, M~absW te w
Po.ol. Complete Equipment In Schoolrecoa, Domaiteuor.s TM Hald H Mad
R"crcation Rooms.


The memorial services held Sunday OR OCALA GUEST
afternoon by the Odd Fellows of Tit- Miss Franc,,s Chambers gave a
mtala dodge No. 22 was fairly well at- beautiful party Friday v,-ning for her
tended. Those who attended were- ho "use egtst. i J Teuand
well repaid for their presence as Rev. AdL-le Bittinger. of ala. at her pret-
W. H. Coleman made a very appro- ty ho"n,.. No. 21 ('V,!ar av' nue.. There
private, suggestive and impressive ad- ; was an artisti, arrang.-:ni.nt tf gr,.w-
dress on the uncertainties of life and ing plants and tut low -rs" ab.ut the
why we should not disregard the pri- ro-ms. which made an attractive set-
ent In preparing for the certainties of ting fr the dA:intily gowned 3oung
the future. He paid character a beau- girls and gallant bvys. On the porch
tiful tribute and emphasized the Im- Miss Fred Tarw. -k pr. sid.'d at a
portance and influence that a well! charmingly arranged punch table.
rounded character lived on a high serving the delicious fruit beverage to
plane of living effected those who be- the guests as they arrived. On en-
came the intimates of such valuable tiring Miss Nettle pinned a
assets, or saw the effect it had in the slip of pap-r containing the nam.- of
every day life among whom it was a character in a book on the back of
lived. A number of flowers were con- each guest. The young men th,,n
tribute as a remembrance of Brother foundd their for re.fre shm,-nts
Thomas J. Owen. Mrs. C. E. Winston by r.e-rgnizing in th. namns bornt b
led the singing and rendered a sol- ,the young ladies the aftfinity in the
"Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep." story fr,m whih th, ir wn character
beautifully. accompanied by Miss :s taken. A vory interesting feature.
Myrtle Whitfield on the piano. for. of th,. entertainm-nt was
which singing and Rev.'s the 'Musical lI.v.. Storv." read by the
address they have the sincere thanks: hootess. The questions in th-. story
of the lodge. were answer,.d hy musical selh- tio'ns

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We have a complete stock of all kinds of Carpetem' Tools of the highest '"
Also tools for workmen in most of the other trades. Our goods are all 8 t-
guaranteed, and will be a good investment. Comw In and look overthe stock;
will find what you want, and at reasonable price.

The Marion Hardware Co. ..
H. B. CLARKSON, General Manager. OCALAi.
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cant geographical position of the isl-
and. Miss Weathers spoke of the 'rare
natural beauties of Sicily, to which
poets and travelers from the days of
, Ovid and Cicero have testified. The
speaker then touched upon the le-
gends which flourished In that pictur-
isque land. The charming legend of
the fountain of Arethusa and of her
lover, the river god Alpheus, and the
myth of Mount Aetna and the burled
Titans we re-told. Of the many de-
lightful legends which found root in
the fruitful soil of Sicily, none is more
*attractive than that of Demeter and
Persephone. The speaker brought
her paper to a close with a sketch of
Theocritus, the pastoral poet living
in the fourth century, B. C., to whose
winning idyls much of the enduring
charm of Sicily is due, concluding
with lines from one of the idyls Illus-
trative of the happy, care-free spirit
of the, ancient Sicilian poet."

Stiff neck is caused by rheumatism
of the muscles of the neck. It is usu-
ally confined to one side, or to the
back of the neck and one side. While
it Is often quite painful, quick relief
may be had by applying Chamber-
lain's IAniment. Not one case of rheu-
matism In ten requires internal treat-
ment. When there is no fever and no
swelling as In muscular and chronic
rheumatism, Chamberlain's Liniment
will accomplish more than any Inter-
nal treatment 2

Two-Thirds of Which the Girls Will
Probably Take
Haltimore, June 12.-Samuel Clem-
ens (Mark Twain) gave the sweet
girl graduates of St. Timothy's school
some humorous advice in an address
which he delivered here yesterday.
He told them that there are three
things which they should not do If
they would be happy. Said Mr. Clem-
ens: "Girls, don't drink to excess,
smoke or get married."

just exactly the cause of your rheu-
matism. 'but you know you have it
IDo you know that Ballard's Snow Lin-
iment will cure it--relieves the pain
-reduces the swelling and limbers
the joints and muscles so that you will
She as active and well as you ever were.
Price 25c. 50c and $1. At all druggists.

... Good, Bad or Indifferent, the Payne
Tariff Bill Will Soon be a Law
.. W'ashington. June 13.-Having com-
.-. i>lpted the consideration of the items
cf the tariff bill, passed over under
THEY FIT TPHE LIPS LIKE KISSES objections by senators during its see-
THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES ,nd reading,. adjournment of the sen-
and taste as swcet. That's why Schles- ate yesterday marked an important
S' --riod in the progress of the measure
singer's and Lowney's Candies in half thr .ugh boy. When it is again
and pound boxes are so popular. Pure taken up it will he upon its third read-
confections these; flavor delicious. Our ing for final disposition of the items
confectionery is free from adultera- upon which the most pronounced ob-
tion. It is wholesome and healthfuL j. tirns ha e been made.
Every kind of confectionery here.'
Fruits. Cold Drinks, Cigars and News- STUNG FOR 15 YEARS
papers, by indigestion's pangs-trying many
doctors and $200 worth of medicine in
A M ^ AI I A M = va in B &vq a oa nf Tnclnsida X _

Limit June 25. Stopovers allowed. j M I PM LLAM I rLJ 0
$14.25-Atlanta, Ga., June 19. 20. Limit --- --
June 25. Stopovers allowed.
$12.40-Athens. Ga.. June 26. 27. 28. .
LImit 15 days. Extension to Septem-
betr 30. Stopovers. -'. -"
IlS--Knoxville. Tenn., June 20, 21, ... .
22, 26, 27. Limit 15 days. Exten- '.
slon to September 30. Stopovers. 1 ... '-. .-, -;
W27.25-Louisville. Ky., June 5. 6. 7.
Limit June 17. Extension to June /, "
30. Stopovers. n\ u-n" e- 6','. ;
$2020-Nashville, Tenn., June 6. 7 8. .. ,

at last used Dr. King's New Life PilI.3,
'n.n writes that they wholly cured him.
Th,,y cure constipation, biliousness.
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bow-l troubles. 25c at all drug-
Flor-svlile. Tex.. June 12.-Using as
.t x-:ipon a metal spoon, sharpened to
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On June 14th, the Atlantic Coast
Line will sell tickets from Ocala to
St. Petersburg and return for $2.55
for the round trip. The tickets will
be geod to return to and including
the 19th. Some excursions on the bay
will be arranged by the people of St.
Petersburg and a good time can be
had by all who go. For other infor-
mation call on F. J. Huber, ticket
agent. Ocala, Fla.

Nor Iiduts a l Catn

Users theJ
Signature of

FOR SALE-At Fort McCoy. forty
acres of the best strawberry and let-
tuce land in Marion county, situated a
mile and a half from the Rents rail-
road. This land contains 25 acres of
good cypress timber suitable for cross-
ties. electric light poles, telegraph
rn)lo and *hinwl timbtar A mfe. in.

In the Circuit Court, Marion County.
Florida-In Chancery.
Thomas P. Denham, as Trustee, vs.
Oklawaha Fruit Company, et al.
To bondholders and all persons claim-
ing under and by virtue of the trust
set up by the complainant In the
above stated cause, or claiming other-
wise a lien upon or ownership of any
of the lands and personal property i-
volved therein, and to all whom it may
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified to present your bond, cou-
pons and claims under the trust set
up by the complainant in the above
stated cause, and also claims of liens
upon or of ownership or- any of tha
lands or personal properties described
In or therein. Involved under oath to
me. the undersigned, as special master
In chancery for the laid cause in ac-
cordance with the terms of a decree
heretofore rendered in the above stat-
ed cause, on or before the 30th day of
June, A. D. 1909. at my office in the
city of Ocala. Marion county. Florida
or otherwise the same shall be for-
ever bowed.
L And you are hereby further notified
A that reasonable opportunity to contest
the claim so presented, and to prove


Mr. Oscar L. Moore of Rufus.
guest of the Montezuma.

Ga.,. is

The prescription department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy
reliability. promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the,


K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows mi-t tomorrow night.

Eagles meet Wednerdav evening.
Masons meet Thursday night.
Red M.-; nr.- t Th. r. .i. venlng.

Meet me at the drug store on the
Mr. S. M. Lummus. the' Banner's
efficient llnotypiet, is quite sick.
Plank's Chill Tonic. guaranteed to
cure chills and fever, 25 cents.-
Miss N. K. Smith, th.- trained nurse,.
has returned from Invt-rn*-sq.
Currie Campbell has r-tirnud from
a pleasant visit to Lake Weir.
There were 30 arrivals at the Mon-
tesuma Sunday.

Mr. S. M. Lang of St. Marys, Ga.. is
a guest of the Montezuma.

You can sell more easily and at a
better price, if you will use a little
GOOD PAINT. Speaking of good
paint-why not take the bull by the
horns and use the American Standard,

Davis' 100 per cent
Pure Paint

Davis .1t0 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
Hardware Co.. Ocala, Fla.

Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
tle Bonanza.




Meet me at the drug store on the

Mr. J. L. Jones of Jacksonville. Is
at the Montezuma.

Mrs. J. B. Hayes has returned from
a visit to friends in Jacksonville.
5 or 6 doses "6" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Kem p of Key
West, are guests of tin' Ocala House.

There were 37 arrivals at the Ocala
House Sunday.
Lots of nice fat hens at Rowe's Lit-
tle Bonanza.
Mr. 0. B. Wright of St. Petert'burg.
Is at the Ocala House.

Gabe McRae went down to Dun-
nellon this afternoon.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.

Mr. L. A. Boswell of Hernando is
stopping at the Montezuma.

Meet me at the drug store on the

Mr. E. A. Smith of Blelleview. was
among last night's arrivals at the

Mrs. Arthur Cobb has been quite
ill since Saturday at her home on
South Third street.

Mr. Will Denham, city editor of the
Gainesville Sun, spent yesterday and
today in the city with friends.
Messrs. W. L. Mason and H. J.
Hampton of Tampa. are guests of the
Ocala House.
Messrs. R. P. Taylor and II. C. Hil-
liard, of Jacksonville. are guests of
the Ocala House.
Messrs. W. N. Hampton. Jr.. V. G.
Mixson and '. S. Romx. of Gainesville.
are guests of the <)cala House.

Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Coo
general agents.

Messrs. F. J. Welch and V. W. Far-
ris. of Pensacola. were among the ar-
rivals at the Ocala House Sunday.

Messrs. F. L. Phillips and G. F.
Watson of Coleman, are guests of the

Mrs. Ben R. Blitch has gone to Vor-
dele. Ga., to visit her sister, Mrs.
Tompson, who is ill.
Mrs. Mazie Lyles and her petite
daughter went to Gainesville this aft-
ernoon to visit Mrs. Williams.

Mr. R. A. Detterich. the Montezuma
barber, after nearly twb weeks of
sickness, is in his shop again.

Dr. K. G. Lindner and wife of An-
thony, attended the children's day ex-
ercises at the Methodist church yes-
terday and dined at the Montezuma.

We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly

G. F. Watson and P. L. Phillips,.
prosperous truckers of (olemian. took
their Sunday dinner at the Montezu-
ma yesterday.
Anti-German-the idal disinfectant.
The Court Pharmacy c('an supply you
with this elegant preparation when In

Mr. L. O. Itooher. the Orange avenue
farmer, has the thanks of the Star
force for a couple ,of succulent water-
melons, donated this morning.
:nue candies, fresh stock Schles-
singer's best. in pounds and half-
pounds, at Ballard's news and fruit
Mrs. C. C. Bryant and little daugh-
ter went up to Jacksonville yesterday
to visit Mrs. Bryant's mother for a
few days.

Conductor Butler Hurt and Three

Hundred Yards of Track Torn Up
The southbound A. C. L freight
train due here at 6 o'clock a. m. was
wrecked at Ray's siding, a mile this
silde of Kendrick. at about 5:230 this
morning. The wreck was caused, the
r;,ilr,.ad men think, by a broken flange
-on a car wheel, as the place where the
I'r.k.-n wheel left the track could be
plainly see4n-
The' train was going at full speed
:and :alout 300 yards of track is torn
up. Two, carloads of coal. a car of
ice and an #-mpty car were overturn-
-a< andm ore or less damaged. The
cato.,se left the rails and is on its
side. One of the rails stuck through
the llNir of the car and several feet
out the rear end. Conductor Law-
re-nce Blutler was standing up in the
ca:ithose and narrowly missed being
impail'-d by the rail. He was thrown
down by the force of the shock and
turning of the car and is badly bruis-
ed in several places. His right shoul-
d,-r was severely sprained and bruis-
ed and the arm is helpless. He was
the only man hurt.
"Captain Butler. with his engineer.
Holkins and the others of the crew.
after putting out flagmen at both
ends, crime on to Ocala with the edf-
gine and the cars that were yet on the
The 6 o'clock Jacksonville train had
started out with a full load of pas-
sengers, but came back and after a
short wait necessary to get the prop-
er authority, went on to Jacksonville
via Juliette and Newberry.

Every member of the Marion County
Anti-Saloon League is expected to be
on hand on Tuesday night, June 15th,
at 8 o'clock. As this meeting is Im-
portant. every member outside the
hospital must show up.
H. C. Packham. Secretary.


A11110 Im LTY COI

An alarm of fire was sounded yes-
terday at 12:15 o'clock, coming from
the second ward and was at the home
of Mr. Taylor. the roof catching fire
from a spark from the chimney. The
fire department responded quickly.
but neighbors had gathered and with
a ladder and buckets of water ex-
tinguished the blase. Scarcely any
damage was done.



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Its Use.
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As htst of lerdtnt to *e0 Vma id
Steek O&wre
As there seem to be same -oll*-
derstandiUg concernalg the apONeOlen
of our stoek feed law a It ap-les tf
"mixed feeds." when the mature Is
composed of dfferest grats, the fI-.
lowing ruling of thins eparta, t -
-mixed gratoa Is hereby giteW :

Attention Is called to Beetes II,
Chapter 45%, Laws of Floridl. Acts eI
195, and Chapter 5061, Acts t 19T.
as amended. relating to "Ulaed feed."
which includes all mixed grain, san
also to notice of Jeugimest No. 58,
United States District Court, NoertI E
Division. Western District of T~nae-
see, "Adultemtion and Mistbranditag
Oats:" (mixed with barley).
The folow lg regulation, under
Section 15. Chapter 54562 Laws et
Florida, is hereby reaffirmed Mt e-
All mixed grain consisting of two er
more kinds of grain shall be tagged
"mixed feed." and shall bear the eem-
leal analysis, as provided Ia Seettke ,
Chapter 5452. Shall also state the la-
gredionts from which It is e omfmisa
with the proportions by weight of the
various grains therein. No double or
scale grades of per cents shall be al-
lowed, such as 10 to 40. 92 to etc.
The minimum amount of the best or
principal Ingredient of the teed and
the maximum amount or per cent of
the mixture must be definitely stated.
In the case of oats and barley there
must not be a less percentage of oats
nor more barley than is spedcifeally
named on the guarantee tags.
B. e. MeAN.
Commissioner of Agikulbte.

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Elected President of the Association
of Atlantic Coast Line Surigeos
The fifth annual meeting of the At-
lantic Coast Line Surgeons was held
this week at Wilmington, N. C. Dr.
J. H. Pittman. of Jacksonville, attend-
ed and read a letter on "Minor Sur-
gery." and he was then elected presi-
dent. Jamie Pittman was raised in
Ocala and his friends here are always
glad to hear of his success.

A two-year-old colt. stone gray,
gentle in every way. Will sell cheap.
Apply V. D. P. Pratt, Bellevlew. Fla.

I am prepared to take any Job of
painting, no matter how large c; how
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right. Houses painted inside and out.
Graining, gliding. lard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw,
Ocala. Fla. tf

I take this method and opportunity
to announce to the people of Ocala and
vicinity that I have opened an office
as physician and surgeon in suite 22-
3 second floor Holder block, Ocala. Fla.
Shall do a general practice, paying
special attention to obstetrics, diseases
of women and children. Calls made
promptly night or day. Phone Nos.,
office,' residence, 333; office hours,
9 to 11:30 a. m., 1:30 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8
p. m. Respectfully,
F. E. McClane, M. D.
Note-Shall devote the morning of-
flee hours of Tuesday and Friday of
each week to free consultation to the
poor and needy.
Any one wishing a good home In
Ocala. with very large lot, on easy
terms and at a great bargain, apply
at once to F. W. Ditto.

via tte

S17T.5, Asheville, N. C., and return,
account International Convention
Baraca and Philathea. Tickets on
sale June 17 and 18. Final limit
June 25. 1909.
$14.25, Atlanta, Ga., and return, ac-
count American Association of
Opticians. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20. Final limit June 25,
$17.65, Asheville, N. C., and return.
account Dramatic Order Knights
of Khorassan. biennial meeting.
Tickets on sale July 8. 9. 10. and
11. Final limit July 26, 1909.
$31.5-Memphis, "enn., and return,
account Interstate Cotton Seed
Crushers' Association. Tickets on
sale May 16, 17 and 18. Final limit
May 22, 1909.
6LS90--Denver, Colo., and return, ac-
count General Assembly Presbyter-
ian churclW of U. 8. of America.
Tickets on sale May 16., 17, 18 and
19. Final limit to reach original
starting point October 31.
L365-Savannah, Ga.. and return, ac-
count General ,ssemby Presbyter-
ian church In United States. Tick-
ets on sale May 17. 18 and 19. Final
liv;t June 2. 1909.
$2080--Nashville, Tenn., and return,
account Annual Session Sunday
School Congress and Young Peo-
rle's Chautauqoa. Tickets on sale
June 7. 8 and S. Final limit 15 days
from but not including date of sale.
$ l2a--Tuscaloosa, Ala. and return,
account summer school for teachers
University of Alabama. Tickets on
sale June 8. 9, 12. 14, 19, 21, 28, July
3rd and 5th. Final limit 15 days
from date of sale. but by deposit-
ing tickets with special agent
Tuscaloosa not later than 15 day
from date of sale, extension may be
had to September 30, on payment of
fee of $1.
30JO--Nashville. Tenn.. and return,
account Peabody College summer
school for teachers and Vanderbilt
Biblical Institute. Tickets on sale
June 6. 7. ~. 14. 15. 16, 28. 29 and 30.
Final limit 15 days from date of sale.
but by depositing tickets with spec-
ial agent Nashville not later than 15

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The attendance at the Junior Laa*e
yesterday afternoon was small, yet
appreciative. The subject was 1lt"
and lo Decker led the meeting. Carle-
ton Ervin was organist and a very in-
teresting paper prepared by Addle
Decker on "The Uses of Salt" was
read. Bible 11lntrations Sa the sub-
ject were read by the Juniors. The
superintendent made the application
of the lesson, and the pastor, Rev. BI
H. Barnett, after some ll",-tratimo
along that line, gave a very nterest-
ing account of his visit to Raterpriso
last week. while In attendance at dis-
trict conference. He described the or-
phanage there, making mention of the
children and the bed which the Oeala
Junior League sent as an master of-
fering to that institution. The matron
told him quite a touching Incident In
connection with same, which he re-
lated. Next Sunday the subject will
be "Branches." Margaret Little will
lead and there will be some interesting
features. Every one invited.


Some little people can never see
anything larger than their own small-
ness. They are literally amairrers of
souls. Neighbor, In God's name, be
careful of what you say of a fellow
man whose life can be nothing to you,
whose path does not intersect yours.
Just as truly as "an Idle brain Is the
devil's own workshop,' Just as truly-
are idle words his tools. But if you
have anything to say, say it of a man,
and like a man say it to his face.
Above all things, let not your lips be
smirched with slander of a woman. If
there is anyone who deserves an ever-
lasting plunge into an unceasing burn-
ing hell, it is a man who would care-
lessly handle the good name of a wo-
man. Excuse this little preachment of
the editor, but he sees the need of It
in Montezuma. as it is needed every-
where.-Montezuma, (Ga.) Record.

Mr. John T. Moore of Tampa, came
up last night and went back this aft-
ernoon. John says he is doing well
in Tampa and the city is in fine shape
and business good in all lines.

Mrs. George Maynard and son have
gone to Rock Springs, their former
home, where they will remain for a
few weeks, until the work of remodel-
ing their home is completed.
J. E. Waters, a brave veteran et the
civil war on the Confederate side.
died this morning at the home of his
brother, J. A. Waters, north of town.
Deceased had been suffering frpm a
cancer for two years, the last six
months of his life he being almost
helpless, waiting for the end. His
remains will be interred tomorrow by
Mclver & MacKay.

Mr. J. W. Sylvester returned home
Saturday from a week's stay in Jack-
sonville. Mr. Sylvester and Miss
Leafy Sylvester left this afternoon for
St. Petersburg. where they will visit
relatives for a few days, returning
home Saturday.
Miss Maggie Lytle of Stanton. came
up Saturday to be with her father,
Mr. Frank Lytle. who is an inmate of
the hospital and was operated on thib
morning for appendicitis. He stood
the operation well and is coming out
of it nicely.

Mr. and Mrs. Erastus Hopkins have
gone north for the summer. Mr. Hop-
kins is of Williams College alumni,
Williamstown, Mass., and will be
present next week at the 75th anal-
versary of his college secret frater-
nity chapter.
The Tampa State Pair will be re-
organized. Messrs. Brown and Bro-
rien have sold their stock to Ken-
tucky parties. The state fair will be
held and this time there will be no
waiting on the state to pay its prem-
iums. The fair will assume the same
and pay them promptly. Now is the
time for Marion to line up.

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How Is that Th. T bI not an *MiG
mobile. but one of tshoase w $-"
Wesghoue elsetricem that I
have' Jwt received. Let Pae a
or two of them at ywor hms or
your desk. H. W. Tuebsr, the else
metal supply an.

Is of two ind --eoeat and the bi
head that comes from a stick hA--aeI
Does your head ever feel Ukea 6
and your brain feel loMse ani msa
YTou an cure It in no Utn hyi atll
on your lvwr with Baliards Harbblm
Isa't It worth trying for the alseow
and certain relief you get? At dM

I will place an eleetde M
iroM in your home on a few days' tra.
upon requst at mr e s, or dMM
or phone. They are the the prt
little thing m the home, espedow t.
hot weather. Connect th e 0" at
one of your lght drew aMd I abSw
minute them Iron i s hot Ne m .
or dirt andm plat dy wh it 1b
wanted.. H. W. TUCKU.

Your prwsmriptloa whi m aft t I-
Court Pharmacy, are cmpOmed
tr pure and fresh drugs. wPhi e .
well call for and deftvyr our ps-

Oer Its services m a pMMorte weekMt-
manship s n the art at paltng vai-
des of an kinds and asse It w-
Introduced its spedalty of plating au.
tomobiles. A asnple o oar weok earM
he seen an the ecoratlen of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auto. Giv = a aL '

Three cents will tam ymS fr t
heous Get oee eo these $-keh Wee-
tingbouse faa frtm H. W. TuIe-.


There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city than we
carry. Come in and look it over it
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Co.
M. C. P. /Pillans of Terrell was in
town today to meet his wife and baby,
who have been visiting Mr. Pillan's
Ipar.nts at Electra. f*. C. P. Pillans
is in the crosstie business with Mr.
i:ryant at Terrell.

Mr. J. C. Pillans of Electra came in
this morning, bringing to town Mrs.
C. P. Pillans and child of Terrell. Mr.
Pillans told a Star reporter that the
Lake B ryant section had a fine rain
Sunday and the rain extended across
the causeway at Sharpe's ferry.

Many of our citizens are drifint to-
wards rights disease by negle-tinq
symptoms of kidney and bladder
trouble which Foley's Kidney it-emo ly
Will qui-kly cure. Sold by all drug-

We do not know of any other pill
that Is as good as DeWitt's Little
Early Risers, the famous little liver
pills-small, gentle, 'pleasant and sure
pills with a reputation. Sold by all

The Commercial Bank had two very
fine melons on exhibition this morn-
ing. one a 60-pounder grown by R. D.
Jones and a 65-pounder. grown by Mr.
Te-uton. of Martin. They are very
fine looking.
Took over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfume", powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
Company. %
The following parties attended the
Blitchton church yesterday and heard
a good sermon by Rev. Prison, name-
ly: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bridges. Prof.
J. H. Workman, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Hickson. of Lake City, Mrs. B. B. Mor-
riston and daughter of. Morriston. all
of whom were entertained by Dr. and
Mrs. S. H. Blitch.

Wanted. at once. an experienced
drygoods saleswoman. Must know tht
business. Salary no object. Apply at
the Globe. Ocala. Fla.
An eight-inch Westingholse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man,
A five-acre orange grove, with
splendid large trees, now filled with
fruit, located right at depot in the lit-
tle town of Eagle Lake, eight miles
from Bartow and four miles from
Winter Haven. Large house of 10 big
rooms, suitable for winter home of
ha^.-.i :**.n i-a ..nd n an ah Iarnt fnille

days from date of sale. extension
may be had to September 30, on
payment of fee of $1.
For full information and sleeper
reservations call on any agent Sea-
board or write to S. C. Boylston,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville,
Fla.; or call on H. C. Raysor, C. T.
A.. Ocala. Fla.


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tion and report.
On motion bill of C. L. Dean, with
papers attached, read and referred to
Commissioner Mathews for investiga-
Commissioner Proctor as committee
to investigate petition of Mary Wil-
liams for damages, account of road,
reported matter stetled.
Report of Clerk Sistrunk, showing
expenditures for free labor cifi hard
roads, read and approved.
Bond for license to carry pistol by
following named persons read and ap-
proved: 0. J. Harp, T. J. Zimmerman.
T. N. Strange. W. M. Tucker, P. H.
Hampton, J. B. Walkup, G. F. Holly,
J. E. Godwin, J. C. Nettles. T. J. Wish.
art, J. A. Parham, Jas. Roberts, S. E.
Means, C. C. Curry, C. A. McPherson,
J. D. Robbinson, J. B. Godwin, Hardy
Rainer J. K. Mixson, M. F. Dodson, J.
A. Nelson, S. A. Foster, S. H. Chris-
Bond by Elbert Mills for license to
carry pistol refused, same not being
properly executed.
.Bond of F. E. Williams for license
to carry pistol refused, account not
being properly executed.
Bonds for license to carry rifle by
following named persons read and ap-
proved: W. K. Mizelle. G. W. Porter.
J. K. Mixson. S. J. Martin.
Commissioner Mathews. as c;.mm!t-



Official Report of the Proceedings at
the June Meeting of the Board
Ocala, Fla., June 8, 1909.
The board of county commissioners,
met pursuant to adjournment. Pres-:
eat: George MacKay, chairman; J. 11.
Mathews, N. A. Fort, M. M. Proctor
and W. J. Crosby, commissioners.
The minutes of last meeting iere
read and approved.
Bond of W. S. Allsopp as notary
public, with R. G. Allsopp and Geo. E.
Snow, sureties, read and approved.
Messrs. Jake Brown and ILR E
Yonge, as a commtitee from Marion-
Dunn lodge, No. 19, appeared and ask-
ed privilege of renewing a former
proposition of building a Masonic
temple and opera house on lot west of
the armory building in city of Ocala.
Bill of Dr. F. E. Miller for services
rendered to Tom Ford read and re-
fused, not being ordered nor audited
and no explanation given.
On motion of Commissioner Fort,
bills for paint and painting the bridge
over the Withlacoochee river at Dun-
nellon were ordered paid, and cierk
instructed to make duplicates and at-
tach same to a bill against Citrus
county for one-third of the total ex-
Boa d f 1. K. I(xoza as notary gub-
lic, with S. H. BUtch and J. B. Georgoe
as sureties, read and approved.
Adjourned for dinner, to meet again
at 1:30 p. m.
P"tlions for Ocala. and Leesburg
roan presented and read at the regu-
lar meeting in May, were again read
and discussed.
On motilr same were granted and
road ordered opened and petition filed.
L On motion a committee composed of
Commissioners Fort, Proctor and
MacKay were appointed to lay out
the Ocala and Leesburg road as peti-
Su veyor R. L. Marter, being pres-
ent, proposed making the necessary
surveys free of charge, which kind,
offer was accepted.
Petition of J. B. Booth and others to
change a portion of the Orange Ham-
mock and Altoona public road read.
On motion the rules were suspended
and petition granted.
Committee on petition for public
road, known as the Flemington, Fair-
field and Ocala road filed its report
as follows:
To Hon. George MacKay, Chairman
Board of County Commissioners,
Marion County, Florida:
We, the undersigned members ap-
pointed a committee to investigate
a proposed route for a public road
from a point on the Flemington-Ocala
public road in section 10, township 13,
range 20, running thence west to line
of Levy county, as petitioned for by
H. W. Nettles. B. S. Jennings, Doug-
lass, Fort and others, beg to report
that we have gone carefully over the
route as far as Dr. Pasley's farm, and
recommend that the road be not
granted. W. J. CROSBY,
On motion report was accepted.
Commissioner Proctor, as commit-
teeman on petition by Vack Jamison
and others for permission to build
dock and bath houses on Lake Weir
at Stanton, filed his report, showing
county did not claim ownership of
property covered by petition and
could do nothing in the premises.
On motion report was accepted and
Petition by A. W. Allen et al for
opening public road from Belleview
to South Lake Weir read and referred
to Commissioner Proctor for investiga-

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est terms. I find the quarters clean
and in first rate sanitary condition.
Will Burd is in the hospital in
Ocala and Doctors Newsom and Hood
operated on his eye the 3rd inast.
Mrs. Johnson continues to etist,
and is a world of trouble.
You will find hereto attached the
superintendent's expense account.
Respectfully submitted,
Com. in Clifge.
Expense Account
Superintendent's salary, $35; cook-
ing, $14; washing and Ironing, S9.60:
hired help, $15.25; nurse, $10; Martin
& Carn, $20.60; J. L. Smoak, $1; Hel-
venston & Pasteur, $18.40; Tydings
& Co., $4.70. Total, $128.45. By pro-
duce sold from farm, $4.25. Total ex-
pense, $124.20.
On motion report was received,
adopted and filed.
Mr. L. B. McKenzie appeared and
asked for damages, account of Stokes
Ferry road passing through his lands.
On motion matter was referred to
Commissioner MacKay to interview
parties at interest and make further
Hon. F. E. Harris appeared and
asked that the board designate a pa-
per for the publication of the acts of
the legislature. On motion af Com-
missioner Crosby the Ocala Banner
was designated.
Commissioner Fort offered the fol-
lowing resolution:
Whereas, Messrs. Jake Brown and
R. E. Yonge appeared before the
board and made a proposition to buy
the lot of land belonging to the coun-
ty, the same lying between the ar-
mory and the Star office, for the pur-
pose of erecting a Masonic temple and
opera house, offering $500 for it;
Resolved, That we accept this prop-
osition upon the following conditions,
viz: That said above named gentle-
men be required to put up said $500
as an evidence of good faith upon
their part: further conditional, that
unless said Brown and Yonge begin
or cause to be begun said building
within a period of twelve months,
$250 of said $500 shall be forfeited.
On motion of Commissioner Math-
ews same was adopted.
Report of W. M. Lucius, road over-
seer, was as follows:
Mr. George MacKay. Commissioner in
Charge of Hard Road Work:
Dear Sir-I beg to submit the fol-
lowing as my report of work and ex-
penditures for the month of May,
1909: I have finished opening up and
grubbing out the right of way,, ex-
cept through a lane, where I will have
to move the fence along one side and
then do a little grading. I will also
finish claying soipe time thi week,
except the fill on the east side of the
river, and the bridge spaces across
the fills on this side of the river; they
have yet to be filled and then clayed.
My expenditures for the month of
May amounts to $891.35. Mr. Sistrunk
can tell you how much money it will
require for expenses through the
month of June.
Overseer Hard Roads.
Report read and adopted.
On motion warrant for $200 was
ordered drawn to order of 8. T. SIS-
trunk to be used in payment for free
labor on hard roads.
On motion of Commissioner Port

- planted late, though it preeats a
The Badge Of H ty healthy appear ce. and i being .-
Is on every wrapp-r of Doctor Pinere ciously cultivated, and barring all un
Golden Medical LAeovery because a full torseen disasters it promises a fair
list of the ingredients composing it crop. The pindars are comlmg up,
printed there in pain English. Forty rop e re
years of experience has proven its superkio but at. this writing the stand remalas
worth as a bl,.d purl.fer and invigorat. broken. About one-half acre is Iphat-
Ing tonic for the cure of st. machdi'.orders ed in sugar cane, of which the stand
and all liver ills. It bull:is up the run-
down system as no other tonic cann is poor r. the cane Is saa, bt It
which alcohol is u d. The active medic- has at no time been allowed to sufur
final principles of native roots such as for the want of work, and as it has a
Golden Sal and Quen's root Stone and long time in which to develop It prob
Mandrake root, Booidroot and Black !
Cherrybark are extracted and preserved ; ably will come out and product more
by the use of chemically pure. tr;pio-, than it now indicates. I Rad sa abua-
refined glycerine. Sc nd to Dr. I. V. Pierce dant supply of vegetables, including
at Buffalo, Y., for free booklet which tomat ora, Irish p
quotes extracts from well-rcognized med- tomatoes, okra. Irish ptte, s
leal authority such as Drs. artholow, bt ans and squash. A nice patch of
King, Scud e,. Coe, Ellingwood and a watermelons and cantaloupes are aso
host of other showing that these roots in evidence, as luxuries for the in-
can be ended upon for tzeir curative
action I all weak states of the stomach, mates.
accom ied y Indigestion or dyspepsia Fifteen head is the present number
as well I Il biliousorlivercomplaint;, of swine, eleven of which will make
and in wasting diseases" where there nice porkers for another season.
Islo flesh and gradual running down ce porkers for ther
of t strength and system. I Three cows with calves that came
. The"Golden Medical Discoverymake since the first of February supply the
bichb u" biood and so invigorates and home with milk and butter, and bIas-
ropath th' stnraci. liver and bow1. q d
a.thnrituh th~itm tln ie hole cvten i much as this i more than is necee-
Thus all skin affections, blotches, pimples, sary for the purpose, I rect-...mrand
and eruptions as well as scrofulous swel- that one of the cows be sold, as a
lings and old open running sores or ulcers i
are cured and healed. In treating old g)od price can now be secured.
running sores, or ulcers, it is well to in- About CO young chickens have been
sure their healing to apply to them Dr. hatched off and are being carefully
Pierce's All-Healing Salve. If yourdrug- watched and cared for.
gist don't happen to have this Salve in
stock, send fifty-four cents in postage William Montgomery, who was ad-
stamps to Dr. ILV. Pierce. Invalids' Hotel t emitted from Martin last December,
and Surgcal Institute. Buffalo. N.Y., and and Edward Bell, from Tler and
a large boi of the "All-Healing Saive" tieu i uer a
I a% h u so hew lH. Adterson's ttrpeti e sUBl, near same
You can't afford to accept a aceret nos- place, and admitted April 1st, have
trum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic,
medicine or x.uowX coMpostrno, not both improved sufficiently to voluntar-
even though the urgent dealer may ily move out and seek other quarters.
thereby make a little bigger profit.
Dr. Piere's Pleasant I,'Icits regulate I have questioned closely among the
and Invigorate stomach, liver and bowels., inmates and every one testifiesl to
Sug'r-coate, tiny grnles, easy to toak kind treatment, and without except.
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led mhe ammyo.will soffer hwe K. a".
canad aGood mD.,.

And cateOwsr lfans It mNO
tleted bag gmoush, O~ a rt-
cam di seme tIn Vch EKgtc maunt
bhe t you. Some at these there
is so help for at al.
There are ta fact, wry few all-
mfts wlehich eaot be traced dl-
rectly to impm blood. And Im-
pre blood is always deto a dWi
ordered stomach.
Use Kodol and prewes Nervow
Kodol wil eectually as" t N-
ture to secure a F-oupte restor-
tion of good dioatlm It does
this by at ocmef deting all ftd
Is the stomach as d kteptg tt dl-
ated, tl the stomach is mted
and ea- teame st ow work. Ko.
dol moves the easn-and theM
efect quickly es ov IttW.
Whw t It rko alled that Apo-
p lxy Heart dDseas, Oaaer--and
oevef ns" Im--G m doe to
poor 'digmstuo and polsos thm
transmitted to the bkodM and
throughout the aytema--- Impor-
tance of t mtaala good d
tien Is at oesrealiead.

We kiw what Kodol w da-t
befor evr the rt bot MW we.
old. If we did not kaMow t mtV
It wilB l we wmold t gwngMes
It the way we do.
It Is eas for you to prw Kod
-the next (or the irt) t)me ym
havo as attack of Indla-tlm. A'
you win cetatlya be surprised at
the rseal. It ti peretly baro
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mMhigthhat may doyo g aL
deal of good-wmhen it emte ym
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Ster beU o e. Dtm'I t.uh*s
o=uaiew tha our guarsateeIne
and to ltote is&
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asked the recommendation of the
board to the comptroller to allow the
heirs of C. J. Allred to redeem the
taxes on the Allred block at face
value and omitted years' taxes.
On motion same was granted.
On motion the clerk was instructed
to write the S. A. L. and A. C. L. rail-
roads to fix road crossings at Orange
avenue by the S. A. L. and at Martel
by the A. C. L.
On motion the clerk was Instructed
to write the Rentz Lumber Company
that they must put public road cross-
ings by their railroad in proper shape
at once.
On motion Commissioner MacKay
was instructed to investigate the con-
dition of Henry Hogan, with power to
act as he may think best.
On motion warrant was ordered
drawn in favor of town of Belleview
for $173.44. account of its proportion
of road taxes for 1905-G-7.
Board adjourned until Tuesday
at 7:.30 a. m.
Wednesday, June 9
Board met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. All members present.
Mrs. Sue E. Frink of Ocala appear-
ed in behalf of Luisa Johnson and
June Green, asking relief for them.
On motion warrant for $3 per month
for each be drawn in favor of Mrs.
Sue E. Frink, to be used for their re-
Commissioner Mathews, in charge
of the poor farm, filed his report on
the poor farm as follows:
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the
Marion County Board of Commis-
I visited the county infirmary on
the 22nd ult., and desire to report as
The superintendent has harvested
and housed in neat shape 1800 bun-
dles of sheaf oats. I approximately 10
acres are planted in corn and pindars,
with alternate rows. The corn was


Careful eetlmates made on all
contract work. utves more and bet-
ter work for the money than any
other contractor in own.

"' .vif taken t'.-r'il s',t, 1o
eatarrh awl vw ~ti. t. wori of praie is
duetw "a%,a'.'-rt%,"f.,r th,-irTr...-; ,..r ; eonmolit,,,n.
I iaarp !;:I, I !i,m-,r >'?; ,,lr. r jo V ,' ;" r nemi .i-
but aitit>'it avail and I n i th'l 'Ca,' .*lt riifve ii, a, ;ar than all the utiiers I uave taseS
nl u a v err "er ity.
Ja ;JeUGnue. IN Mercer St.. Jersey City. N. J.

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reported fines and costs imposed as 1n at the south door of the court
follows: hou= In Ocala, Marlon county, Nor-
oowIda, during the legal hours of sale, of-
Joseph Bell, county judge, Sam tert for sale end sell to the highest bid-
$230, costs 1.39; C. R. Veal, flne der for cash all the property directed
urry e B, to be sold In and by said dnm f and -
$30, costs $27; C. C. Curry, es described as follows, to-wit: Begin-
costs $6.8 F. A. McClaran, fines ning at the southeast corner of see- .A
$36, costs 0; T. K .Slaughter, fines p$; i (6) In township thirteen (12) ",
south of range twenty-oe (1) east
costs $L.0; C. C. Carry, for April, and running thence wet aloe
$nes $10, costs $38.2. south line oft id section six (C) forty-
five (465) chains. thence north frty ,
The tax collector filed his report of (40) chains to the quarter awcti o
licenses collected for the month of line. thence east twenty-five (2)
May: ir the state, $1.M ; for the chain thence south twelve and -
county, $1113.1L. chains to seetio ine, thebee ssot
The tax collector Aled his reportwenty-seven (27) and -1 ais
to point of beginn lug. lying, bet" -
of poll taxes collected for the month and situate In MariMn county, FPlorida
of May: Regular, $353; extras, 46. ,and also that certain other piece or
TtA $M parcel of land described therein ad
Total, 3rt. culary described follows: Be-
On motion or PCi--ehs-- r Pro- ginnin at a point e*ght (I) chains
tor it was ordered that a doorway be west of the northeast corner of the
cut and supplied from the hal on the in township thirteen (13) rsth at
second floor of the court houe to the range twenty-one (21) earn themes
run west along the quarter section ;
toilet in Jury room, and matter wasline ou (4) .chains. then out
referred to Chairman MacKay, with twelve and 0-10 chains. thence at y,. ,
power to act as he considered best. four (4) chains thence north twe
On Moo by and 0-200 chains to the point of begin-
On motion by ComnRsioAer Ma th- an, situate, lying and being in Ma-
ews Mr. K. T. Williams, supervisor of rion county. Florida, said last se- m
r-lJsta.ll'-, was authorized to hre toned piece tobe sold subject to the
a clerk at an expense of $1 per day to of Charles K. Garner against Chm
make a new set of rPgattttop book W. White. dated August 21 18N.K-a'
recorded In Minute Book "- at Pw "
Sherlfrs report of es andcost 25 of the public records of Maroi.
imposed In the county for the month county, Florida. and now held sad
of May received and audited. owned by defendant, J. R. W 1 ams,
by deed of a--ir,,-,nt dated Novem-
The county treasury filed his d- her 18. I4. and recorded la BIek a oft
port, showing receipts and disburse Assignment* "" at page 48 of the
ments, including balances on s icrecords aforesaid; togeths
ththfall the buildings. fenes, tools
the last of the month as toDows: and implements, orange grove and'
County Prep Fund nursery stock planted and
R................S 3 4 ereon and allf form.
Disbursed .. ......... 3,264.9 property now owned by mId dt- '
.....u .. ** *daNt. Ocklawaba Frut Co qr ,. ,ot_
Balan. .$ 8.1 auat. upon sald before mentioned a s
Balance.. ......... 0.1 described lands: and, further, that h .
o;id Fund accordance with the terms o a do-"
Received.. .. .. .... ...........$ 2,921.11 cree. no bid will be received or tester-
Disbured.. .. .. .... .... 3,9113 talked by the master from anyperso
or bidder who has not prior to the
Balance ................$ 2.83 time of the making of the aid saletof
Fine and Foreitur Fund said property, tendered to the master
Received ...... ........$ 8791 a certlaed bak chick payable tothe
Disbursed............. ,173 order of ad master or urre of
uonu .. .... the United State of Amerle, ter the
Balance.... $ m of at least Two Thousand el-
I. .suchsu so deposited. by the s-
Smlding Fused cesftl bidder to be applied on the per.
Received.... .. .. ......$ 1,33.41 chase price. If he pays the talmase of
Disbursed...... .... ...... 11688 his bid to said master. or to be ap-
plied oa the ddeit, If any, hbatwem
Balae.... .... ........$ 111.53 such bidders bid and the subsequent
School Fund successful bid. If any. at a re-sale of
Received .. .............$ 7.06.32 ad property because of the failure
Disbursed ...............7004.2 of said Purhaser to pay the full
.. ..... ....... amount of his bid and ale by the
orders of this court, the deposits of all
Balance. ..............$ .50 other biddes to be retarsed by mid
Total received...........$15,33.99 master after sad sle. eep that I L
Tontal lahur -d ... .... ..-Xl-.7- -._ __#._0 .. ....... ,.

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