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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: 06 19, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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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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Volume ID: VID03197
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Colonel Stbieeig of Arkmass with
a Rewvlwr md blt of Cmwrtedgme,
Was a Caller at the Whit
S Hem Yeemrday


Washington, June 19.-The Wash-
ington pollee and the fSecret Service.
men who guard the White House are'
punsled over the actions of a western-
er who marched up to the White
House House yesterday and demanded
to see Mr. Taft. I
The caller was a man of unusual
sise. and his actions were so peculiar
that the Secret Service took him In
charge. When he had been carried to
the police station he was searched and
a revolver and belt filled with cart-
ridges with steel bullets were found
concealed on his person.
Asked who be was. he replied: "Col.
James Strickling of Rasberry, Ar-
kansas." Further than that the big
man would not commit himself, ex-
cept to say that be had come to Wash-
Ington to see the president, and that
he will call upen him as sod% as he is
released from custody. He added
that he would wait at the White House
until Mr. Taft returned, In case he
should not find the ehjet executive at
home. -
ALONE IN A SAW
MILL AT MIDNIGHT
unmtndful of dampness. drafts, storms
or con, W. J.. Atkins worked as night
watchman at Banner Springs, Tenn.
Such exposure gav him a severe cold
that settled on hbi lungs. At last he
had to give up work. He tried many
remedies but all failed till he used Dr.
King'r. New Discovery. "After using
one bottle." he writes. "I went back to
work as well as ever." Severe colds.
stubbon coughs. Inflamed throats and
sore lung,. hemorrhages, croup sad
whooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medi-
cine. 5ec and 1S. Trial bottle free.
guaranteed by all druggists. i
PIERCE TAKES HALE'S PLACE
Mr. Taf's Pastor Appinted Chapleain
of the United States Senate
Washington. June 19-Ulysses Grant
Pierce, pastor of All Souls' Unitarian
church of this city, has been appoint-
ed chaplain of the-senate. The ap-
pointment was made In the form of a
senate resolution. Mr. Pierce will act
as chaplain until a permanent suc-
cessor of the late Edward Everett Hale
is chosen. It is believed that Mr.
Pierce will remain In the position. The
newly appointed chaplain is pastor of
the church which President Taft at-
tends.
MEN PAST FIFTY IN DANGER
Men past middle life have found
comfort, and relief In Foley's Kidney
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 kiJ-ney
and bladder trouble and several phy-
sicians pronounced It enlargement of
the prostate gland and advised an r.p-
eration. On account of his ag.- we
were afraid he could not stand It and
I recommended Foley's Kidney Renm-
edy, and the first bottle relieved him.
and after taking the second bottle he

was no longer troubled with this com-
plaint." Sold by all druggists.
STEPHEN D. LEEWS SON
Appointed Legal Adviser to a *ig
Railway Corporation


Chicago. June 19.-President Hara-
han of the Illinois Central announces
the appointment of Blewitte D. Lee, as
general counsel for the road. Mr. Lee
succeeds Secretary of War Dickinson,
who resigned his position with the
railroad to accept a portfolio.
THE BIG HEAD
Is of two klnds-conceit and the big
head that comes from a sick headache.
Does your head ever feel like a gowrd
and your brain feel loose and sore?
Tou can cure It in no time by actlcg
on your liver with Ballard's Herbine.
Isn't it worth trying for the absolute.
and certain relief you get? At all
druggists.
NO HELP FOR THE NEWSPAPERS
Washington, June 19.-The senate
yesterday went on record against ad-
mitting white paper for news pent
free of duty. Senator Brown's amend-
ment placing news print on the free
list was voted down. S2 to 29.
RICH MENU' GIFTS ARE POOR
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.
Rhlnevault. of Vestal Center. N. Y.
"I ran 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 diszzy spells; soon builds up the
wiak. ailing and sickly. Try them.
sCc at all druggists.
A POOR MAN'S DESPAIR .
Columbia 8. C., June 19.-Because
a creditor bhad threatened to seize his
mule If be did/not pay a debt, John S.
Orange. a waite man aged 40. yester-
day shot the mule. then turned the 4


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CMAPt XV.
WaI Ctoi__-b al isTse-__e to
the salem he foumad d hM.
INS the rexled da & Itbwmw
tantly perc ble that ah
was not aware eof the save polities
of afRail M deek. 1M kew, of
0e-eR that the Alacu of meace hed
become active again. but the isht at-
tack had ben btesn ofsme easily that
she wa sure this later aert weuld
"0, 4w -W".Wsssr heigg",
alert ears told him that there were
st geegs b g oea board. He tr d
so resolutely that Ele freed him just
as the Spaniard reached the foot of the
stairsL Forgetting his wounded paw
and all autlver with the One courage
of hs nrae, Jey galloped up the eem- -
paulo and disappeared. Ehe w as
muhe distresed by her four footld
trend' Mseles pugnacity.
"I could not keep him back," she-
said, "aa4d I am nafrt he runs some
risk of being hit. Do you think he
will go to the chart bounse? That Is
eo exposed. Captain Courtenay Is not
there, is he
"No. I left him a moment ago close
to the alone entrance."
She litened latently. Her Imaglna-
tlou led her astray, It was so bopeles
ly on the wrong tack.
"There does not appear to be Ne
muchetone throwing now, but I sup-
pose I ought not to go on deck," she

"It IM not to be thought of. Mia
Maxwell Indeed, the captain asked
me to come and bear you company."
"Just fancy those horrid IndiaM veo-
turing to approach the ship tomaght
after the dreadful lemon they reclved
this afternoon! And what will poer
Senor Snares say? He was so positive
that they would never come near us
after dark."
"I saw him also n the promenade
deck." answered Chrub"al quietly.
"He had very much the semblance of
a fae propbet."
The panIud meast to meet phe
fate with a Jeet on hise ips. He had
seen Suares lyngt dead or nmemasble
close to the rait. In fact, the unlucky
Argentine was only separated by the
thickness of the ship's deck from the
table near which Bse was standing.
Unless he were speedily rescued he
Would bleed to death.
"Ah. I heard Jeey barfkig. He has
gene aft," cried Else. "And what Is
that?" she added, moving suddenly to-
ward the center of the salon. She
had caught the fierce hiss of steam.
and she was well aware that steam
would only be brought Into use If the
Indisan were endeavoring o climb the
ship's sides. Not yet ad it oceurred
that they could possibly be on beard.
"Some of our friends the enemy hare
come near enough to be scalded," said
the man coolly. "That should soon
drive them away. You are not tright-
ened, I hope?"
"Not a bit. My only regret is that f
am not permitted to help In the de-
fense. It must be Irksome for you, Dr.
Christobal, to be stationed here when
the ahtpI t la danw. am certain
you would prefer to be up there with
the others."
"Thank you for saying that I wish
you were able to read all my thoughts
as accurately."
His right hand went to the pocket In
which he had placed the revolver. The
stpce appeared to have a peculiar elam-
miness as his fingers elemd around IL
Though he was proud of the Iron nerve
which had won him repute t his pro-
femilens, he almost prayed now that It
might not fall him at the last. What
a horsr, to be compelled with his part-
Ing glance to see ths bright and gra-
cloue woman crumple up en the deck!
He heard ominous sounds from the
fore part of the vessel The revolver
shooting had ceased, fr the covinc-
tng reason there were no more car-
tridges. Coourtenay's double barreled
gun was being fired as quickly a he
could reload tt, and the sharp smap of
mse of the riles In the Indias' poesee-
slon wa recogniable a coming from
the poop, the remaining marksmen
Having preferred to fire wldly from
their canom. But Chritobal knew that
a deadly strmle was In progress on


the fore deck. Tollemache, Frascuelo
and thawe Chleans were engaged Ia a
hand to hand fight with nearly a score
of savages. The doctor could distin-
sulsh the cries of he combatants, the
Irregular stamping of boot shod feet.
He wondered why the gir, with her
acute dd t grasp the ignl
camce of the yells and trampling on the
deck until It occurred to him, with a
quick pang that she was lis0ning for
M voice 'alone. Owing to her Igno-
rance of the desperate nature of the
coalict raging overad she had ears
for nothing further
He placed a hand on her shoulder.
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Ry R Ge. Headee Harrimom, Rector.
ty 7.30 a. m.-Holy communion.
bll 10 a. ,n--Sunday school.
11 a. Lm-Morning prayer and ser-
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S 8 p. m.-Nveaing prayer and Aermoa.
Come and worship with us.
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f 11 a. m.-Mlarf services. Preach-
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3 p. m.-Junior Leaoge.
4 p. Lm.-Seulor League.
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by the pastor.
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build up the cause of God, which
means so much to the well being of
our country.
Junior Epwerth League Program
Meets at p. m. Subject, "Branches."
Margaret Uttle, leader.
Song, Praise God from Whom All
BlemIngs Plow.
Scripture lesson, John 15:5-7.
Prayer.
Chalk talk by Alvis Landers.
Song, Wbat a Friend we Have In
Jesus.
Reading of Topic Hymn.
Object lesson.
Bible Illustrations by Juniors.
Song, No, Not One.
Reading, "What the Branches Do."
Collection.
Announcements.
Song, Let Us Crown Him.
Benediction.


Baptist
Rev. Harry Shaw wit preach
p. m. Regular Sunday school
Y. P. U. services at the regular


at 7:45
and B.
hours.


Program for Childre's Day Exercless
ixerelses commence at 10 a. m.
Doxology.
Invocation.
Scripture reading.
Song.
Recitation by Ava Lee Edwards.
Exercise by primary children.
Song by the Baraca quartet.
Recitation by Mabel Aiken.
Recitation by Marie Robertson.
Song by primary and Intermediate
children.
Exercioe and song by intermediate
girls.
Song by primary and Intermediate
children.
Recitation by Miss Alta Pearson.
Solo by Mrs. Mote.
Song.
Christian
W. H.L Coleman, Minister.
10 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Sermonette, "From Slavery
to the Throne," a character study.
3:30 p. m.-Junior C. R.
7:3 p. m.-Evangelistic sermon.
Mrs. Sarah Whltfleld-Winston will
sing a solo at the morning service.
Everybody welcome.
Junior Christian Endeavor Program
Meets at 3:30 p. m. Subject, "Rules
for Right Living." Loureen Spencer.
leader.
Song.
Lord's prayer in concert.
Bible lesson read responsively. Rom.
12!9-2L
Circle of sentence prayers.
Leaon story, "Roderick's Rule."
General discussion of lesson.
Chalk talk by Bob Chace.
Our string of pearls, Col. 4:5.
Recitation, Carl Coleman.
Mission study, Julian Freyermuth
Bible study period.
Ron call.


FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
Will Have Its Headquarters in Tampa
Tampa was yesterday selected as the
headquarters of the Florida Citrus Ex-
change. R. P. Burton will be sales
agent and J. W. Reid of California, will
arrive here July 1 to take up the work
of organizing the units.-Tampa Tri-
bune.
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and your muscles sore from cold or
rheumatism, when you slip or sprain
a joint, strain your side or bruise
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freely. The oldest, the cheapest and
the best medicine for internal and ex-
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standby for emergencies in thousands
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new size 35c. bottles. 3
INSPECTING THE INSPECTORS
East St. Ious. Ill., June 1i.-An of-
ficial Investigation of the charges
against the meat inspection system at
the National Stock Yards here was
began yesterday by a board of select-
ed by Secretary Wilson of the agri-
cultural department, headed by Dr. A.
1D. Melvin, chief of the animal indus-
tries bureau.
USE ALLAN'S FOOT-EASE,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
If you have tired, aching feet, try Al-
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makes new or tight snoes easy. Cures
aching, swollen, hot, sweating feet.
Relieves corns and bunions of all pain
and gives rest and comfort. Try it
today. gold by all druggists. For
free trial package, also free sample
of the Foot-Ease Sanitary Corn-pad.
a new Invention, address, Allen S.
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Also tools for workmen in most of the other trAds. Our goods ~p al l d
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RAGS WANTED


Clean cotton rags wanted for clean-
ing machinery and wiping presses. We
pay five cents per pound. Apply at the
Star office.
BIG FIRE AT KEY WEST
Key West. June 19.-Fire broke out
yesterday at Pollacco's restaurant on
Duval street, and in one hour five bus.
ines nousta had been destroyed. John
Tr(vor's dy,- works, P. Weinberg'p
Jewelry store. Pollacco's restauln,
Charles Johnson's drugstore and th
Victoria Hotel were laid in ashes. The
firemen did heroic work in saving the
business section of the city, checking
the tire after the Hotel Jefferson had
been slightly scofcbefL
STUNG FOR 15 YEARS
hy indigestion's pangs-trying many
doctors and $?00 worth of medicine In
vain. 1. F. Ayseue. of Ingleside. N. C..
at last used Dr. King's New Life PIlI.
and writ-s that they wholly, cured him.
They cure constipation, biliousness.
-sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney
and bowel troubles. 25c at all drug-
sists.


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I. C. A Mis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upn easy terms If desired.
REXAL4
Mrs. R. O. Blake and niece. Miss
Mary Samford, returned this afternoon
from a visit to Mr. E. L Wartmann
and family at Citr..
The pride of the court Pharmacy is
its pwua.ription department. lPure
drugs only are used. which are s-ct.lt.
ed by men of experience.
Miss Sallle (room and little son
"Buster" of Jacksonville are in the
city for a few days vist to Mip.
Croom's sister Judge ant Mias Bell.
Ynur prescriptions, when left at the
Court Pharmacy, are compounded
from pure and fresh drugs. Phone us:
we'll call for and deliver your pre-
scriptions.
Supt. E. C. Bennett of the electric
light plant, spent yesterday and today
with the boys at Orlando. and will re-
turn home tomprrHw.
REXALL
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quit- proud of the
fine stock. Perfume-., powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
Company.


r. Jim Pyles one of the Teapot's
efficient salesmen, has returned from
a brief but pleasant vacation inm outb
Carolina.


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Is a guest I the Montesuma.
Phuak C60l Taic. guaranteed to
owe do@ MAdywer. 5 cents.
Mr. A. Bowman of Crystal River,
is a guest of the Montezuma.
Hndnut's Der.tal. xe Tooth Powder.
just in at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. Ben Sandler of Dunnellon, is at
the Moatesuma.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. C. 0. Beal of Martin is a guest
of the Montesuma.
5 or 6 doses OW' will cure any case
of ChMB and Fever. Price 56c.
Mr. M. ILR. Baker of Savannah. is a
guest of the Montesuma.
Mr. W. P. Enis of Birmingham is at
the Montezuma.
Mr. M. B. Jackson of Blackvillle, .
C., is a guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. John T. Lewis of Port Inglis. is
a recent arrival at the Ocala House.
Mr. J. V. Walton of Palatka Is at the
Ocala House.
Mr. T. P. Uvingston of Augusta is a
guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. John J. Taylor of Jacksonville Is
at the Ocala House.
Mr. Paul E. Cannon of Savannah Is
registered at the Ocala House.
MiM Leafy Sylvester has returned
from a visit to St. Petersburg.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. George MacKay has returned
from a business visit to Jacksonville.
REXALL
Messrs. S. P. Rou and A. Snelling of
jowell are registered at the Montezu-
ma Hotel.

Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.
general agents.
Mrs. Jean K. Austin and daughter,
Miss Jean Austin, left today for the
north to spend the summer.
I/ you shave yourself, call at the
Court Pharmaey and ask to see the
new safety raxor.
Mrs. W. P. Edwards is learning tq
run an autpmobile, and is becoming
quite a skillful chauffeur.
When in need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. is the
only stationery store in Ocala.
-Mr. T. P. Jones and son Herbert
Jones, leading citizens of Anthony, are
transacting business in town today.
The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
date line of toilet articles and Invites
your Inspection.
A substantial and much needed awn-
Ing is being built in front of Schle",
mer's bakery.
We aqv" the nicest line of hair
brushes combs and other toilet arti-
cies In the city. Tding A &
Miss Lda McDougall, formerly of
this city, BOw of Gainesville, Ga.. tI
visiting friends in South Carolina.
Mrs.. D+, , pmkns and little
dauchter have gone to Safety Harbor,.
@reep Springs, to spend a few weeks,
Mr. L. W. Ypen, went to Eastlak
this atterneon to spend a few days
with friends.
Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those 8-Inch Wes-
Utinghouse fans from H. W. Tujiv.
HarrN Walters, after a pleasant visit
to his parents in Ocala, has returned
to his position in Jacksonville.


Broueft Down Fred Dealass, W |bo
JUSTmoJi. t
Mr. R.eece Hunnica...who lives an. the I rm11111111n 1 .1,r a
old Campbell place ar M Ma t-g dutsti i It n g ium s g
came to town this morning adamlade 1 tog ve ha n
a warrant againstrFred.Doui mo a-tall IoE O fl--I M aV 1a"I
young negro, for stealing his chiefs --- alght. Wwmar, aI M
and also for breaking and entering SiM h I e esi tht hes wait .w ,;
house. Brick Chemsb e "at U egn* a v3e
The warrant was givt to Deputy a t a --im 1
Sheriff Will Hutsuo to serve. Mr. e Wo ouefwtiChemowdI t_ mmw. e.e -- i
Hutson approached D a ginI in eat
of the H. B. Masters sWe and, tel hin F Sa g wm At h a tlthe ta i t 211 1V U r. k
he bad a warrant for his arrest. Dogh i eot two lama. -M e U IL
las satd. 11I be blanket blank If e you at t ee .i
have." and started to run like the wind. Gemaz S S R. G au Saleom .- Tua tb
Mr. Hutson shouted for him to stop star. Ie the beAAet wooal
and ran after him. As the man turn- Fresh Star Haim and a --bod el M
ed Martin & Camrn's corner be shot to-. te ei charS thse -
wards him, but not at him, which made Star Bre fast BaB C| oam and =a ale inan
the negro run an the faster, baek to ea A
and through the alley back of Melver Ih Week .tWaeM A t t. t t- a. a bai| heg
& MacKay's, wit' Mr. Hutson after theb aaS h9lJid fthemo W hp
him. sM they did not expect to ageM"f8=
When the officer came out on the If there wa- anythi -g o oi to o
north side of the block he saw Doug- TE lkPT1 i dtrnklta M ta __-thnt So
lass two blocks away. west of him, and Im-- didn't .hys. a m m
he aimed to hit and at the crack of the A Mr.R ibuo | .g aJ
pistol Douglas ducked and Mr. Hubto room p ii ~ *- th- a -
knew he had been hit Mr. Hutosono 0 i U H W E a.I a ht M d. s ::
kept on and f Do glass biding alstats kept them gft are lema. N".
some gras and he still wanted to run,..or Robertso nheve o t 4 .8 -"1M
but was easily gathered In. He was h"__________ e" d "the i*n Mty
taken to Jail and there Dr. Newa6m othe good th:g0. wheA tie dga! -V0
dressed the wound. THE BAND CONCERT wark"e up at ;:. A t a
The small steel bullet from the a--- THE wa. A O TleN C EtT b r a. t1...t e.:e'...
tomatic revolver penetrated the flesh The band concert at the band stand ol tai a rt.
of the shoulder and made a clean last night by our splendid btualcal or- soroneLb-ea
wound, missing the bone, but It bled gsnt-9l -, the Metropolitan Band, m_ theMO at time s
profusely. An Immense crowd quickly compiMentary to the visitinghad m e the
gathered and much excitement pre- drew an Immense crow&. heb *ee- IghtM of t the= mN o iatmu ....*&imil- .-"-
vailed. Many different reports were lf was an Idea one. The air was o..to. S Wt .thei al-..-I,
spread about the shoot, one being clear and fne after the rain. T'he grass a pI naI ofh
that a negro woman was wounded by on the beautiful quae thicktgreen -- .
one of the bullets. and neatly trimmed during the week. in th the AtMM tggi jMhjgi h
ma a Idel reDEAFNESS CANNOT t CURED tng place and the them, as a fond 40
by local applications, as they cannot their heart! contest. The bank e boys 411 by2 ts -le. bm---.t I i '
reach the diseased portion of the ear. have never played better and the pro- nom% the wives o, de-t,..s pe t l --l
There is only one way to curedeaf- gram was one of toe best selected and 'who waa Mdown past the house -
ness. and that is by constitutional most sweetly rendered of the many m.t '
remedies. Deafness Is caused by anthat have gone before. The beautiful Dr. With may -.anems iof a ___._."_
inflamed condition of the mucuous number. Toban's "Hearts and liowers s eih a g "-.
lining of the Eustachlan Tube. When was dream" and took well with the andwedn ines tfor tab ba Ia. .i
this tube Ins Inflamed you have a rum- audience. prosam y a both Oeala anrd 8. 1 m0gpi--
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and or, the boys fled back to the hotl b ad-
when It is entirely closed, defneus *a BEAUTIFUL CUT FLOWERS to bed.
the result, and unless the nflamma- Mr. John eints the florst, has a
tion can be taken out and this tube great many beautiful flowers In bliMm ELECt O CERGS AND ADJOURW /" "
restored to its normal condition, hear- and is able to supply all local alls on -- U m
ing will be destroyed forever; nine himn for flowers. Mr. Relnts has w- The Florida State Dental Socety l
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, oently made many Improvements on convened In the parlers of the Oo .
which is nothing but in Inflamed con- his green houses and garden and a a House this morning fr the clsoes -- -- m .
edition of the mucuous surfaces, place that Is credit to the city. sion. A little routine work was d ame w orm i .-
We will give One Hundred Dollars and the election otf ocers ar the a.
for any case of deafness (caused by OCALA WON YESTERDAY suang year was taken up with the tld- *I b" v..
catarrh) that cannot be cured by lowhia roults: President, Dr. D. l m.
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for clrcu- In th game of hall yesterday be- Barnett. of Orlando a aea of Rev. I.
lars. free. tween Ocela and Orlando In that city. Barnett, of the Method t churchkM, t
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Ocala won by a score of S to 1. ay -city; first vie presMdet, Dr. 16 .
Sold by druggists. Tic. Take Hall's Galloway made a home run. Our beys Blalokk. Ocala: second vice prMengat, Pk. -
Family Pills for c9oltlipation, made 13 h it and Roy Galloway as an Dr. Coleon, of St. Pt-r.barg-, uear ns.-_ -- .,
outfielder put eight mewn eat. The boys ponding secretary, Dr. W. A. Dean
WEATHER FORECAST say Hy will be a pmrfealonal Inside of Tampa; rteordl se-setaery. Dr.
of three yena, Tyson, GOateovlle; treasurer, Dr. I C.
Washington, June 1-Showe to- -- / Nance, t Tampa.
night or Sunday, IW YOU Imp. The next aeetaing place was ma a -
the erit of the Tea Weader, you St. Austin where the mnebrs
"Thompson's Night Out," at the Al would never puke theb kidney bad ae promised a great tin-. The date
Dome last night, was a subject that der of heualt troue 1 ott two will be named by the executive eamrn- _
aroused the sympathy of the married month's tr eaineat. druggists mittee later. i i .... 1 .
men and caused the batches and grass or by maa. Sad for tettimonials. Dt. After adjournment the delegates a nd ,
widowers In the audience to be t. t. ta&, W.% OUve Street, St tleir wives were taken eat tar a ,e lon ia
they could go home when and lhow LoutI MOa automobile trip over our hasme roads
they pleased. Misa Myrtle Whltfilld which was greatly enjoyed. The IN* *
is certainly a talented young pianist A NEW CONTRACTOI of automobiles drawn up before the ml ..
and keeps everyone pleased by her W NT RA hotel was an Imposinlg ne. MIg L L
skillful rendition of popular melodies. Mr. Cooper, of Dunnellon, who Is re. Mr. and Mrs. E. L Maloney, of the MEt m-- Wan a a
There will be a fine program this ev- modeling Mr. 0. 0 Maynards reel- calI House, card far the s t
ening and everybody wants to go, dence on Lak, Weir avenuetsoa sklU ad thir d ull in mgo i* a -.rl ..,.;
ed contractor and builder of many adto the air ngdsctar doing she ilad
Miss Ellen Clarkson. thl ovyely years experience Mr. Cop has oe dton to taking care of the nur -
young daughter of Mr. ano Mrs. H. B. a number of large and wel executed guests of the house. Ur4TAIi A -- -. -
Clarkson. left thi mo9ming for Mas- pieces of work at Dunamello ad other The following resolutionl were pass- A large and deg"~" O
sachusetta, where she will spend the sections of the state, He expects ed by the dentists: woh V bi,, am W, W%--
next four monthly visiting (repeuds an gontmnqe to business in Ocals and wM The cor aSitte e a ressoltions of the or s a$1 k l. Ainr Ie .m a
+refeav. ake s bl $+ hai --.aare of the. Florlds tate Deantal A sselatin sub bt g'- "
lake aanttty ong aew hisstar of te mlts te ftoowlng report: Whereas, ..
The rsrtph de hment the S e committee of this assoclatla rel . .
m rect ipt prtent Is the .one .es l the many ..raths,, et.;e
marn stay or any drugstore. Accuracy, toe t-emany .--a- e1tended to A I fAil aIm ^^ ; a m^
reliability, prnmptneas and pure frws- HARNS, REPAIRING IWe assiIeno dUaring our m eetig;J
have made this department of ad W---rea, we feel t.at s o- .. W +.
business one of the lerges ha the All kinds of harness repairing, neat. lwes"h'u1 of a t be tendered: .,.^ '
country, and ua your pnSesptlptton. ly and skillfully done at reasonable Therefore be It resolved, that Vthe us v r-
Tydlings A O. prices, alo sao w flng. Ask for Mr. clety seand a v .te of thanks to NaI m m,
on tmmons at Tompkins and Cobb's 4v, I o. Robertson, mao of 0 b a- ts'
Mr. and Mrs. Thoe. M. Johnson andery Stables. he. .t o_ t .-- ,- s
leave net week for White Springs, LOOKINIg N EST v j I Banet, an ls --t-u .b y.
where they will spend two weeks, go- --.- lSest, t he i t the -p 'n .oc .a -
Ing from there to the mountains 9f Ifa a woman's dclibht to "ak her 1 e mns east. the ve eheS iS. t w mcep
South Carolina to spend the simme_ best, but pimples, skin eruptions, s...ores. t, v .~ tile. e ----- - de-" .: ar,
and bols rob Ife jy. Listen! M the art ,
Mr. G. A. Pi-oway, president of the Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them; TH 1 -- O IAD TiID caml t a a- tM |m 1 l .-- h'h
Bqn oi mpa, is In town today, a makes the stn soft and velvety. It ..R ..E....OST.I e 1 I ll pet fal.il
guest of the Ocala House. Mr. Pette- glorifies the lace. Oures phnples, sore tal M he th dsatism emd =aM i_ a -
way says Tampa ia going to sec "e (heeyes, cold -ore, cracked "ipa. chapped l *MB th A mmam <. ',:
Orange Growers Exc.--'a and it w" hands.. Try It. 1-DkIbts or poe.. D i Mta-,, .w-eto _wS iJd e "Be -@ s a- ..g
be as big a thing for the city as the 5c at 4qrugglst court this morning for b toA V E


gar ouy. H. Stoval will enterta the ended hy R Bullock sad th .
--- ". M. u rd. Steoa. wnsl e .^er teJury rendered a verdict of not guilty FARN MA-AIAM g
There is no better stock of fine bome and foreign pnsten societies at ur v
writing papers in the city than we BRMa o0leWe axt Monday afternoon --- An eiht-hek w g Ihl h |t
earry. Oogne In and look it over ~ fto4 to 5 oooo-- ,taesle (Ga.) __m, "mth i, d m' I
y.-u want something really nce.. Ty- Hlerld, Wat trif tsy i t e atmts e -t at 4 I
Captain Hatton Howard, -of the P ie rem's Ni ,inrs a p Os f msa s t e . "r w. -
steamer Sophie Howard, on the Okla- uem asve electrieai supply mgNW&
Mr. L. P. Butler.. wke was Injured in by.e...sn --dtr -- i 1 ____es_ _--- I'.1
the wreck on the A. C. I& near Ocala alriver, was ln town today. Thq aa hdel- nall Ia s ve alr a -w e__gh_ -- ._
pntserrveral at ae captain Is making regular weekly tr&pe than any m lr's Bel sa m ta g 1
Sunday, arrived last nIglht. He has t^ t"*than-myo- --u- ** -- *M"o-C- tnam-ufi ll l N _I. RY? 0 .04 2%r Is.mood
spent several days at Oeala under the to Palatka. .askr and expects ^ to go tb iQ1 tlmamll P9PrP ,F o Nr mtI t*i F it S
..octrs care-St. etersburg Indepen- to Jacksonville once a week toIn a ashortUun=AbW M oWR Ni U on d t..y ..iW .
dent tme tbottl-wra-pper Ina&fullnoh- lsl af" bl Iit ml
gadleaft printed toPalamla a Mf b NIs o l le"t-11N a9 of g
n REXALL. asewhere f this ssue s a. nttimeInainee....t .m.S n i Iisy i -e. -t..' *
R EXA LL card of Mr. Simmonse. the harness re- e free headacetasad ahe, *n a il svei.
Dr. R. H. Macey, of West Palm pairer, at Tompkins and Cobb's stables. In I ... _i"
Dr. R. H. Macey. of .. t palm MMW IIILI I -- ^ C I.. -..-- --|
Beach. who was here attendance Mr. Simmons while a cripple, wmaba sgt pgg
mupon the Florida State Dental Society even to stand on fhis legs eot an Irmo dag*t diotoSew-
meetings, left for home today. While t ant of tikae, sits l his waaheea atr a perh -da or -- panu me .
here Dr.Macey was the guest pf Mr. m- works "day laeng at his tirade thm latAIaA gM O 0.
and Mrs. B. T. Perdue, at the Agnew in whiMh he tbek"^ed, sae I a-- caa *Iellltladewes
House. living for his family and has paid for ama, derangeeatdthe fella aBd nnla to I i i
a r htme In Oeala. Mr. Simmons wheels Wrga WA can not dio better Sth-a n b rii es os pa.te m . s u It
aneh. .. a dy himself to and from t his home night Dr. Favorite P0sa8M0 s ,-
The band gave a superb concert last an- morning. Many a ban, not half Thet r SSS2 Sa G -
night, and the courthouse squae as so sadly e ha laid down the at a h avoIded i in' --
as usual thronged wtth apprectative burden of life and allowed others to amnf w eU Aaintm p.2F Da? 125,Sor
listeners support him. Give Mr. Simmons your CeS. Tereb tm tha St ar.e W
weok In this line. He will do It will i, l.a i i i o a
Misses Bessy and Marguerite Por- and appreciate your patronage.a .
ter and Minnie Stovall, of Ocalb, stu- -
dents at Brenan College, were mem- r. Floyd Cardell, representing the A VITAL F T
bers of a party which enjoyed a most N. K. Palrbanks Co. of Chicago, a hint The mat delmnte eIt r atop
pleasant picnic at Dunlap Mills, near the city today advertisig the pro- bw Bb a tfgtt ." AO
Gainesvllle. Ga., a few days ago. ducts of this big comeern. Mr. Cardell 1e0 wit attao wea v he o b a w S-e-
-- made the Star a pleasant call, andw ootclumhoa.l0 d0er6 in- a a
said that be was much pleased with Da no xpS ooa s IWVgumh laat t M U699 0 a% a *_
lls Meade Sw s section of the country., uor:pis wn; WS iw prSige dimaMrws-rhmat e 0g g- a d" A
The Ocala News Co. are agents forl In Siz L cBLIt W M d o U no&
the celebatd Hawkes glasses. We
Sg r, Fueanfit you. Give us a trial. a tAMO AS O AN TWIO
SMr. and Mrs. Louli W. Duval left etr a A. P. laow wftA.IL Uspertat p.b
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a-s -611-10 si -SurGMa s erratey-..W -h e* speaki nm g bernf
U.p.S ,- ,,, L ,. o,, -.- 3 *










Weeas dees.. ar asteseers repleaft the mesd nt.MW hetbaghot be meant what be
4"A LW .. ,h ,ujrmf-sal ssa wbad f thimnThim m e nb
.i es he Ie b -ht wa armluy seterI seet







S.. .."IA W at bere a moment or two,"
-- . ..... .M .... .. m r wh at the mow. ou she fe ll
Ste d. The man I love Ioup the oer-
perAaps aMl wounded byOvane ere su







A i byhis siet Let me o! Would
a rush t India They caught ight

*... my e.t others leapgtt mm the bridge com-u
70b to moa f Courf tenay"t allowed









T a lle c -clearia a path for him-
..lus wit ~ a rs ba which he swung
n I O unds Follow"e byFr. scuelo,
Silihe I ids h e athe salo n gangway.
Four stages followed. two entering
Si"i "i 5-TIlI 31 through the doorway behind im. One
SL raise tat hatIet- Tl e anplement and
2 ?a b e.. u ha n 'ot I. wiped oe tg! -hise
S- .S U h d eveloter and h shot ir ouf the bodye
Senthe forward were drin back byurr
& T ftA .Wu Prrprt i stash fanla They caught Esightef










ST M The lan pig tchd he b dlong down theo
l-Iq I w" TBanEmacbe, hearing a path for him-





Sef wsth an looped ovebar which he terri wugre




MA l1e ld- th e man's weapon. Her
1 .the armt togleo. A wed by cuelo
P L G 1 through teda to Bowa thri. Onher
.. 1 1 .E-- LuR E ad, a, hatchatlike oisogwmplement and.
wo rd haSe brained the. nald. could
A 1SdP l 52 hWrCT Ey STa butM had ot Chtobal whipped puny, despable




M S Nler and U ot hiWM Wan the path to her body,
--o,- ver.
Seas hing thase irls wrist n hisng flurry.
-. m I / IMa IThe I*nd"a pitched headlong down lmbthe
stars falli ngt liply at Elsdier fee.l









Sl FU RNTUREU SEbe again ad htantherpnd. n
:to his i, eltUseon d wita's fall
SA AAca A LAR E eed. Sramedo to trpl aow thnde Clr
J boday, loCke a grb to rb with a somewhat
Steady onent rel puled In the salon.
I r i drew back JustIn imth or to her
Sa ovrer the were turhing form
s"|rs bant seietob al. admirably cool,


U R rNIT P- I- -mfed aai n and broash. At father Indianof the
N.D A- eani loc red rib to reie bwthea somewhat




two me. Woul" ba tnocke d her
a ( ellers arn ffIe drew sack Jst Ine timeo he
I USlFUUIdU. Een d nothey were turneng
S --- over o the steep atepes e saw Ftw-





S* ptes thknife aght be At the foot of the
SsAt the Indian l way watll and Fra. -
b' m. Can 1i w b Lie tretd to rise. She helped him
W? ^ leW-afer appalled her. Each dead or





1 d Iabled Indian waa Mone les obstacle


roke But the doctors did not forget
Atea then, theway was clear. El-


R B fltx^M ~ x zJk r^ -"An dowar she repeated, white lip-
O"I thinkWOb h said he blankly. The
#%OMDAG OLDEST COLLEGE
O A was dased by the ordeal through
OnOa E ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, XPkaSSlON, which he had paNed.t
P. N ARTm DOMESTIC AND INUSTRIAL ARTM AND As If to answer and refute him.
J e s hysterical yelp sounded from a
point else at hand. and they distinctly
S"1-_ Halln .a"d tMd;l mme's dormitory now completed; electric heard Courteay's loud command:
St am ant farea"s hiat; large faculty; perfect health cond- "T way, Boyle! Rally to the
Ia 0 a h. e, athetae fields, boatlae. tennis courts, golf lint;ks;'
a sea "b "tall fand Spaetfir teams champions of Florida in 19. 1 a. E.
S. a carter Mo a m l.a dollars endowment; expenses moderate; "oS mre mistaken!" shrieked Elsie.
- -a s avalae; Christian but undenominational; stands for wrenching herself tree from the Chil-
I: ,M.- :.: LTU :-: C CT








er Not Get

-10I0 b e



Wh111100 I. m tla-t a4



Af e KedWl ian" pergeft digaetar. eE
o E. N O m e$ m o avnS im ~e ", w imseoa-=
,,....70 0maI N wa -. ,.,


Mried Misery
People often rely on nature inniAed to
correct evil but it doesn't. One aim of


away with- married unhappiness. At
the bottom of a deal of misery is found
lack of cheerful yielding. Mean self-
ishness is as surely due to ill-health as
famine is to failure. Ungovernable ternm
per-a third fault-is largely the owt
stomach disorder. All these causes disappear
when stomoeh and liver are keyed to a finely
balanced tone. The first sign of on-coming Bilious-
ness, Indigestion or Headache, should suggest old
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. No
other kamu edwe contains so complete a wnw w
for disordered stomach and torpid liver-'Tw vertt
many a conflict between man and woman.
The, p-am, wevwr, mt Mt ahl" e".
rsuewmy an h.e s your swn way apt
wiT tm deh --aim- that--* he e l es
Dr. Pisre's Geidm Medicald Dimeevry.
Constipation is always aggravating. A costive person is lmuI
ft to associate with-while free and easy bowel action tends' to
make the grouchy grfimbler a cheerful optimist, lovable and fal
of hope. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, taken now and them,
move bowels gently once a day. That's enough.












The K1 eYoa Have Always Bought, and which has bea
la e for over 30) years, has borne o e algstre ofa
Sand has been nade under his per
gonal supervise salince t osInamey.
MEt1: 5eithe Allow no one to deceve e inthis
Af Coauterfeits, Imitations and "Just-es-good" are Imt
Expememnt. that trifle with adend danger the health ft
Ishto sand Chfldren-Experieece against Experi


What is CASTORIA
uterIa Is a harmless substitute for Castor 01, Pe
IV Dropa Soothing Syrup. It i Plent. In
contains neither Opiun, Morphine nor other Nareele
suhbanoe. Itw age is itI guarantee. It destroys Wers
ad alBlys FOverlainegS It ecre. Diarresa a =i Wi"I
Cole. It elIeves Teething Troubles, cures ConstiasOsm
ast Flatulency. It asnwmintes the Food, regulates the
Stemeh and Bmwe* giving healthy and uatrAi sleeps
T Chdren's Panacea-The Mter's FreAnd.

nMnuuis CASTORIA ALWAYS








The Kid You hare Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.

urn em~~~s emma,.~~ y uy ia.sssael


was aflame now with the lust of com-
bat. He wished to die fighting rather
than by a suicide's bullet.
(Continued Next Saturday.)
A STEADY DRAIN


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 1 ef Chap.
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that E. 8. Up-
ham, purchaser of tax certificate No.
953, dated the 3rd day of June A. D.
1907. has filed said certificate In my


Sick Kidneys Weaken the Whole Bedy. office and has made applicaton for
Make You III, Languid and tax deed to issue In accordance with
Depressed law. Said certificate embraces the
Sick kidneys weaken the body following described property sitated
through the continual drainage of life- in Marion county, Florida, to-wit: ea
giving albumen from the blood into 15 chs e of sw cor lot 7 see 25, tp 17 5,
the urine, and the substitution of r 23 e. thence n 20 chs e 7.56 chs a W2
poisonous uric acid that goes board- chs w 7.50 chs-15 acres. The said
cast through the system, sowing the land being assessed at the date oft l
seeds of disease. Loss of albumen issuance of such certificate n the
causes weakness, languor, depression. name of D. E. Miholland. Unless
Uric poisoning causes rehumatic pain. name of D. E. h all be redeemed -
nervousness, nausea, cricks in the said ce fiat shall be redeemed ae-
back, gravel and kidney stones. The c,,rding to law, tax deed will Issue
proper treatment is a kidney treat- thereon on the 5th day of July, A. D.
ment, and the best remedy is Doan's U909.
Kidney Pills. Witness my official signature and
Oscar Osterman. living in Starke. seal this the 2nd day of June, A. D.
Fla., says: "I give Doan's Kidney Pills 1909. s. T. ISIicKUlK
my highest recommendation, as they Clerk Circuit Court of Marion Co., ha.
proved of more benefit to me than any-
thing I had previously used I suf-
fered from kidney trouble for some NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
time. The kidney secretions were too Tax Deed Under Section 8 ef Chap-
frequent In action, and I was forced to ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
arise from six to eight times during
the night on this account. I also suf- I Notice is hereby given that E. L. Mar-
fered from backache. and was bothered tin. purchaser of tax certificate No.
by a pain through my loins. None of t42. dated the !rd day of June A. D.
the remedies I used gave me the de-t 1907. has filed said certificate In my
sired relief until I proctrd Doan ,f'" fice. and has made application for
Kidney Pills They soon hi.lpe.l me and tax det-d to issue in accordance with
by the time I had taken the contents of, ;;,-w. .aid certiifeate embraces the ftl-
two boxes, the backache and pains had lowing d.'ecrib-d property situated in
entirely passed away. The action of .M;,rion county, Florida, to-wit: ne%
the kidney secretions soon, became 1 ,f nx% see 25, tp 16 s. r 24 e. The
regular, and as a result I did not have : .aid land being assesst-d at the date
to arise during the night as formerly. if the issuance of such certificate in
I now feel fifty per cent. better than the name( of unknown. Unless said
before In a long time and cannot praise! -,-rtif.cat- shall be redeemed according
Doan's Kidney Pills too highly." to law, tax deed will issue thereon on
Plenty more proof like this from the ;th day of July. A. D. 10M.
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s Witno, ss my official signature and
drug store and ask what their custo- swal this the 29th day of May. A. D.
meors report- 190i. S. T. SISTRUNK.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the Untited
States.
Remember the name--Dlan's-and
take no other.
NOTICE .OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chao-' L


ast avowr th st- eua d 11


twelve amd the-1 catI. thasme east
four (4) chalas, tharsea rth t ve
amd pI* ebw ti o the Polit af f

tiesed "ple to be- aml we t tothe
Ien aof tt ehat hSI to tInlawo, ar,
of arelwa it s raei agalhtt Caha
W. White. d Auust l. i2. -m:4
*rerde fa Mtaa li i $k w I at"
25 of the pabei resw rds ofMaria
owned byt adamtsef a 0 s aJ.s
ber 18. 4M ha rcor In. aBe e
Wr am w staou 1-1
Ande outr (4) c -is th em etha
public resard afInsas. eieagmi

nursery stea su i
there n d an d eall S n o at
propertyuanew ON d byein in
dant. Odduawasa FIumt Coapay. st-
ute upon "a bINrlae mandnmed am
deserlbed k la: a av former, fat aI
accorlaeme with tha etn ot sad a4e-
cree. as Md wwUJ be roeelved or enter
tabaed by the master foam a"r Hgg-
or bidder whs h edot prior to e
time of the atldan of the sadt al s
said property, tenderd to ahe masts
a certled bak check paly eyabe to te
order of manM e- -Ik eo r eur a t
the United Sbtate erA of aria. nr ta
sums o a lesta m Tw* umemmad De.
Ihe. such SU aMo depaled y the sMc.
Ceeassll aerto be applied Ma ePa
his bid to sad master, or to be a-
plied on the de~ct. it Nay, betwase
such bpder's bid ad tm ...-...
sdoeesftd idM K say. at a ro- eat in
sa id property bsase of t Ir fllt e
of said perhaser to pay he fll


should' be to


. CALA


"WNW% no i 1% low


do


aChu ar -1 .




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ama SI "M na mM Oak



Prime s at as e m

a ot6 w Am ewhi ask

term@ a"easo w very -asta. aa




Maa as rteas e4a "amo wa
Lta dated s t -e& s of s A


"ari s cu Ms.da h-gtt:a
Sw% ofmeii pseee". Of U ar.W. M
e. The mid .i has emass t mea
Sm thae memO N OWs. W. C. .ei.W
IM.rbo ,a to e ,-,ma wt,: ha SW


Itsse there em the M ar am f
A. CD. 15.
aeal this 5th day o r stf. A nI. I

IOewk Circuit C imt iLr.

et_ m, las of Fhrlds -
Notice sa hereby ire- that A. i. At-
Nos. 1- and X1. daled the hG by of
Jko, A. D. 1367, has fld tamd ewrtl
ficateas m nmy ofce. ad has mae ap-
corda e with law. 1 etlMtr.*
emNbrae the folowan iibeI prop
erty situlaed M Maris emoty. ~str-
Ida. to-wt: wa a am aNdi ito
sw% see 25 aa4 e.% etoswf a ss -
ar se la3 tpa 14sl.r e. The
said lansd beaig aimm i at th dat
the Issuance of sueh aetUeate .
amn*e oarte *l asd W. n
Clwards. UPsA saw desert. %
shal be redeemed according to law,
tax deed wil Issue theresa o the 5th
day of Juily, A. D. I13.
ax amy oa sa e
ea the t th Bof May A. .
1iA. &. T. bT fZUNK.
clerk Circuit Court of marovies Ca. ha.



and by virtue of a wal degree reader-
ed by the HMwnrable W. &5 Bulek.
Judge of the airga t court o a ithe
Judicial circuit t lorida, In and for
Marion county, ia chtaery -sittin, ia
a certain eusee p-sug themt
wherein Thoeams P. IUa., trmek
is complainant, and the Oktlwaha
FruIt Companyim The Cmi4daitd
Chnuta Comparny and na. Wlalam
are defendants tihe ambigeod as
special master s ecney, wIl SO
day the J th b< uy. A.
1M. at the south door o tha eAurt
home nh Ocala, Marieo county lor-
fr for sale sand s tho tblasI biM-
der for cash all the prorty directed
to be sold ia and bS aid deesr and
ecribdas folows to-wit: Begin-
ning at the sodrteastamow fs e
lion st ) a tlwuhip thrtea (1)
south if range twnty.-aee (y1) at,
amd' runtain thsmea west alg e
south lies W mais.etim I (6) forty.
flv (45) e thee nsrth (orty
wheri choinst P Dnam tr slne.
liethem g 1I chaias, thenee east twaty ()
chis to sctmmi-m am 4L meM eUMh
twe atyare (7a) ga- 1.4e halm
to poirt eof 4egtinMl li


towshi A. ream. &Vow
or otbwf UwThe m5, t
14, b'gaun-* T ) I.
And V= man o ui0 4,
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