Group Title: Ocala evening star.
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 26, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03203
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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After the DWssevery of the Sady af
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1t. Michael. Md. June M-Pmacti- (By A I Tracy.)
eamly th entire sen shabore of -
MarY-had m mod msearchingTheyw notYetcearot doo--
for Oue Emit r. or John T. Rebe.erINNr Ybfts.
wanted 18 coenectki with the brutal Ierigand e! n g
murder ut Mrs. EdIth may woodill. Y el masi le tns eft wto da g em
wife of Gilbert Woodill, an atomo- senah s...sed th eir w fedn a ers.
bile dealer of Lee Augeleeb CaL He. r T ea d seenie to case 6tfes the
ase body. with Io skall emshed in "ea. heom me poelt vy Near the
from a blow, apparently delivered ahlp. A load abmub arose amln the
from behind; the face JborrI y d- Inda2 CAtoa"y. -abbog nte ghi
wred: the ure body swell fn rrom rushed lsk with the do at i hbelt'
the effects of several days Immersion. and ran up the bridge i p cJ .Bea.
d we ted with a pot con- They col follow his pees a he
terday eseovered by boy who yere red tonath pt a ad thr
crabbig lia Mack Creek, a tributary a hi am d cry:
of the Choptank river, st far from "What bets af tbae?"
the home of Mrs. Woodlls foster "Yrow OW, capital came the as-
MaIer. Capt. Charles 3. Thompson, a oweriag yel, plaainly audible aboe the
few es from here. d
Robert. was with Mrs. WeOfli lr Th e Mr. Gray!-aceamd Mtee.
"" she was see fr the lae will sell on the above men- si %ra='towrtebri
tae w an be is accused of having Win the ra n tw ardiD&
committ... the murder.The,, motiveoned days the following well "
for the crime Is at presmt mysteryfaoged-na s t e-lo i glieomk
Mrs. Woodll before er marriage e d knock w t
was given an excellent musical eda- r bewd who a* swimmlngr reared CeurE
'ad she is said to haye sung I the bereness of the fght from which be
Wttte House before the late Preal- ad jst emegd that he would have
dent McKinley. She was a beautiful gives the same directions to the arch-
-"'+"-'""" Fruit of the Loom -."l"-"-'
triends aIn this loeality when she re- H s cto h a I t,
turned with her husband the early He en to haim u den
part of the mOnath. head, h tred o ddey
pfrmer Secretary of the Treasury whe 1e RAerlh M.
Lyman J. Gage took a great deal of "Ah. thank GCod, you are safe he
laterest In Mrs. Waodil. and has via- Lal draw ad here to him for h an -
Ited *his young protege at Capt. tant tand- there, dear heart"
Thompson's hom. He placed her In tSo forward angle
Mr. and Mrs. Woodill, the latter who of thebridug ral and leave d outnd I
was only 22 years old, came here a s side. She underaftad that she mat
short time ago to spedd the summer pe a k h be t mt
with Mrs. Woodill's foster father. The k to bt a reat Joy
husband, however," was called to Call- hr., and her ee elted
fornis on business auA the wife and Into tears.
Roberts. who was a near neighbor. Chrlstobal, who had missed sno word
seemed to have a great fondness for atsWe's frensted protest In the sals
each other. They were often seen to- nor failed to note the manner of Cor-
sether, but on account of his standing t eay's reettg. seemed to take the
and supposed friendshlp for the fam- Th% d6 ne
, .o a. M.. wen t The above goods are 36 inches "-? ,"o...t... wt
Lat Saturday. Mrs. Woodill went toIt he f a dange-
SIt beearraned.t Roberts wide and are too well known to ,bes.- bean, b
should meet her at Royal Oak and re- the captain n his s dA
turn with her to her home. Robert ill twice aft ala e th ide of ts yes-
missed the train for Royal Oak and dnee n.Y CO 1 en f W ill e pain and a good deal of
drove there, met Mrs. Woodill and s plashing an the a proved- that be
dcve aher I te d had expedited the depar" o" f sveral |
he, b,, k httothee o oser, if you don't take advan- "s,"'t" dur"
entered the launch, and Mrs. Woodill beyond the reach of Walker's steam
w%& not peen again alive, so far an ._jeof-I"-a O--O--,;i--pp iifKy oet.
has been*learned. tage of this opportunity.
Since her disappearance Roberts has "The W bts" went on Ck -
made a trip to Baltimore, from which bal calmly, "baye turned up In some
point a letter was received by Capt. mysterious manner, Just In the nick of
Thompson, ostensibly from Mrs. time. A few minutes more and they
Woodill, saying that she was in that would have been too late.
" the bdy was brought or We will also sell on the above ao**r*e"- exedd
It was so horribly swollen that Capt. al tat bad happened, joined to a nicer
Thompson 'could not at first, believe it a adjustment os the time fator events,
was the body of Mrs. Woodill, who is enabled Elate to real le extraor-
said to have weighed only about 100 diary deliverance from death which
pounds. The Identlilation was made she had been vouchsafed that night she
positive by the dentist Mrs. Woodill 6 S p o o ls o f0 began to appreciate the service which
had visited professionally in Easton. Christobel rendered her discussing
Investigatis show that when Rob- matters wth i* iwnonealane.
'erts and Mrs. Woodill left here they Barely a minute had elapsed slbce
went in the launch tq a bungalow that
is being built on Raerts' small farm. th-Ai t WNnhe throes o a ggle
near that of Capt. ThomvboB and that P I W M I W which promnied to be the last act of
in this bungalow the murder was com- a tragedy. The ship was then overrun
mitted. There were found a bloody by a horde of bowling savages, mad.
sheet and mattress, and portions ofa A Num bers or d th desperate rtance of
woman's clothes, partly burned. ThesANmr Oered by the defender and ruthless as
were identified as having belonged to wolves in e lust for dstructlon.
Mrs. Woodi M bo I Minne- Now the Kanas was clear of every
apolls twenty Ye.ars ag Her mother bedaubed ec ma ther may woh
died when he wap years old, leav- -- cun rd the decks either dead or so
Ing her In 'm,"_-4e of her parentage. seriously wounded that they could net
Mrs. Charles Thoapeon, of Mc- move. Thee mem were so near akn
Daniel, Md., took her and brought her to anmal that thai coidf lan mplied
up to 12, and they went to Washing- ultimate collapse save I a few It -
ton. where they ied at the home of stIa e of fractured skulls and broken
yman J. ae wo took g t inter- mlb Fom the Seal ta ofa hope-
sent ,herhw.ith essto de To keep dealersfrom buying the c ywo re "."d ey
expenses. Subsequentlyy, he was ii . o w f It*twao t thearval of
married to a Mr. sweU Boston. ds at the ove prices, we are beats tth ai a
At 17 she caM to Baltimore, leave bea ant e n ce-
Ing her husband, and was known as t t slon of fghtl g strength that the Ala-
iss dth.'.. She'l.a e- compelled to limit the quantity to cou--nhavme---ure-of .
ter suit hr iv-rge against Cass- a LI I tory. Gray and his companions were
" "in "S""-7- only 20 yards to one customer and "da.. .Te" ."'" "
dlbvore oo, oasawll she nsrrhreds In a few minutes. Bren those -
t.Mw. m. J .. ..... only 12 spools of thread to one-'," ap-"b t nm o i
". Robert the co, rtpmdcustomer. Now more than ever *"ims ysd t ses
who was wanted for the murder of an act of nsual dar n dellg
Mras. Ith Mar ftompeon Woodill, .I* e a a night attack, ad the appearance of
A. Thompeon, was shot to death by a lg qualities they had already such a

sheriffs possee whe resisting arrest im l f b i lli eeri e ite demoralized
off the wharf at McDanlel. Talbott d an im m ense VOlum e of busi- them. They d without mpti
county, last night. Roberts fied one a counter assault
e f""" -* *"-'"u-ness at the lowest possible ex- At t ou-- ict died
It was shortly after m~hlght that away. The black waters closed over
It ws shortly after minight that the dud; S
a mysterious craft was seen moving tTelsiGe a. T er Tark
up ,lerstBlock r v.a pense and require only a small lawth. theo a mtwar a.
the shores on which are the homes of Ing of the dog, the groaning of me ly-
C o. pesmi and sRoberts. It I un. r in for profit Th isenables s te ad ts ts"w" ex'
usualI to ee a email boat out In the mUAL M pr L. e l s uo chaned between Coorteay and Gray
river at such ma early hour and John b tfor the guidance of the boats were the
McQuay. who has a farm on the point T values than sai hmbol of do 8ierPeI
man, notlled Bherlm Mortimer and
M:s.S"" w,,, ly. w other house in this city. And wain ugh a
McQuay said the boat looked like mas of viviMd mnmslas. awake wlh
the one in whih Roberts escaped from a start to the fact that Courtenay was
McDanlel. and that the man In it look- W* giving dJretio0 for the lowering of
ed like the mitessi author. Sheriff the shs gangway, meanwhile reeed-
Mortimer. Magistrate W]illy and a .. tf _or as to the Matlty of
possee of six men, aal armed, hurried h boats bea
tra tit& W qV Shoifandw aps

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lights, steam and furnace heat: large eolty; pst a. i
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Baseball football and basketball teams hpism at
Nearly a quarter of a million dollars endowmmg; m r s
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1 3beUWg ar. a osa00 he
o aew as hes anem a part-
P rintng Co., ad the
=E nd ae- Mr. o awage so a
nes ma namni knmewlu60. He hs
M anod w es"ewly. and
nowi b demrved kgh wherever he
Sism hew. H wI be asomciats editor
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Sthe at d- t ad Is so thna you w
St i&f~b 3-Id : I be as a"ve Ti well as you ever were.
Prie 25.. She and $1. At all drustA
sai-d Ow the eu.p b = i p aip the art o paiuan vhvm-
moti.m w "10- ofan k hl andwdomem. It ham
..umi~um SI=lS= Bttrodmeed Its speoalty of paintin au-
1 aeewdsa~ -Wy 90 aW MWemSebW A miBMle e o- work Can
Mr w',9 of. 'i sM the uM-eja thb4ecoratoi of Mr. D. W.
-e.m we. u there was DS-- t. Giave a calL
4^--1i ^t ** v^ T OCALA WAGON WOIU.
UL3ow Netr. menpaa- m- ay be tow that

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SM t am elep Mo Asa m- B or ay u at the kidneys
ask s b In & crr b op- _ o t h rb o atic Palm .
.I l ~ I ~ yhor MAtism Wit w Madis r de a

"* **- e -" ,,meet ..--- "" ,Pmis ao ffi bt to. convinme you hbow
Mr ,4 ; l y a a ndlMM y u nMto

hweas e h.m .at heladn.. mosrn
lsv aY OUmaens aall the several
dmeisleof prnctlee -remmemad, tn the
t eams psamOe, each and every
int oe the "ampaultarm
I ?gee' Goodtm .nisdM PDicovery
tordhec* etweak sto maehdyspepol
stankr O stemseh, 'lIver eamplala
wld Everor Mtlo a-shmxkc bowe;
s anid all c rW diseases of
htaseer egime mame or mature It is
Ia spoeplle emdy for alln mach eaomle
a mfn g cases of catarrhal afec-
les and thokir amltanea as bocil
icuat and disease (except -owap
(Q )aeomp with seveucoughs. I
v M" od for mte golds ad wufhs.
Mf Sor HerBor chron ases CSM ft t
-iir~r~----IS producing per6
e o Ietahe Black Chrrybark,
h-ly Rmdi o Stem for
flS fa i~nnd afeUss by Boah
aib g ghal writes a a mahe as

w S SL CD&
IL osru Chka ; P C John
Lfli~iadoof DClatmoati; Prot
the Bak u& Phe
Eswt MJJOLD. of Hahaeimas
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he mI4 0 0i6 01 Sis S A AI.OV TO GAINESVILLE
aPe W, ,101amw-n smrlag the Omis baseball C
-Ir ,~i m 1sem tan w so to Galnesvtle to trs I
h. h .U A bat--leh w the *Oak Ha ls or tho cit. R
Ctlg g ,eIU"L O1 rWie Atlasnti Coaset s e has granted an
.la, d.i Mw a m rate for the ccas oe.t $1 for
POeW uetrip. tickets good on either
.4 d6 W0 o*. a. aLor 1,pm. t asi sand good
. pmeei i, -am ,o ftd the a. e. train oal.
nr 1BetM the w 1 -* iils an opia.. mtealty not to be misa i
S*A as Ocol should sent a hundred ea.
-3- nnk eP rooters to the University
__s Wil Se e m ..I
StA04 r NhIl Theua, the o.meoss..a
t N 10. oma this sty, having Just
Si i reted os a business trip to Ian-
!2! -. D 7*SO"1 omf-SNy La d b he tootk a drive of three
&a"" w Lno".go M M ,o u r aenuetd count"
in NameIn thate distance n oerstos tat work.
Sd un Wlawhthe othr~ u d childr., h mo ree ve A
so s m--o-s- --oo 0WM wll b give yo some ides of e
Mr. L -L ya Ia 2 aw trae Inflad letw0rday afternoons
a1110611f._d WA Mea. li "e I- lft.hh

oSft h C. W. Dea lee Martim wnh his two
0 bo hew-sIn twownriday seeing the
l sights. Mr. Deal is an extensive tar-
Mstrme at a ker and says he came
he sa mfe all wlithb his truck and that
S___ reuahg erat ops were very promis-

by sc"m atinm. as they cannot
* gaE backaOwe. esmd portion e the oear.
a iairy Oemtes_, but we would Ther Is only me way to credetaf-
11e h rmars tt the habit ot gif wso. hO add that is by oetwautioal
US a101 j1les em the gideWalk is remedies. Deafnes is caused by an
01 eae oA ha4Mts a tdfhe careless l nbdiad condition of the mon.ns.
t f papwr e - to IWA ofthe Tstaeblea Tube. When
sheld _be *sped by tIe iB. a thhis e Is Inflamed you have a run-
tWo We Spuse the poulee shold intg semnd or Imperfect heariag, and
he in t g It is tirtey closed, deatess 's4
1 al, Mgaid -tle ss t the
W tU- S beu taken ot and this tube
-t, do pe eb hbt the ordinancs restored to Its normal condition, hear-
ais* tems th e asho ld be oe lg will be destroyed forever: nine
"roilay IW-d and 6w streets wu ld Bse ot of ten are caused by catarrh,
puMg a ti4ler ampea e nhing but Iinflauamed con-
a spo wy Uttle ot r at t wo P m "Mous urfaces.
Ie* U t I ft N. we aul 2' *k 0 we iri give One Hundred Dollars
61,1,, Sw d _b n sr aom rs a wo0d1 for spy case of deaf mesa (caused by
hberll aA -mso e -20- S or emtarrh) that cannot be cured by
IN Ihalbl to MW s m..airs Catarrh Cure. Send for eCirea-
P. Lmf w C u T C CO..Toledo. O.
tme ii I le* old by druggists, Tse. Take Hairs
stIe lde by the Daet Coast ,all- ur'ay pus fot coustlpatloe.
ew . of Cub"aa
V &eria Packiang A le Cispoay
rlit y Allts r ado- ad S deli'n very wagons as the
via -mob -h0 0e 0tft heeima tee. The company ti
ltMeept the wpter also shipplog frtm the plant and
at e 1 a1 .th pe or lose .the SllaH to the trade In uakttles. See
M tls et tar. as the the coampanyms ad: elsewtre in thin
uWW p oM gak th" pines ssute. The ee is made sfrom pure
u WOM hay to .CB- distilled water and ios rst-class.
y a .& sad It wo Id not
have goo ,tQKPgtioh Vg gtIfretse SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
If t apeB ,f*L Alle"'s 1ot-mas,& a powder. Re-
ed h ItoWEs ior Meves pamtd, smarting, nervous feet
they "" a weo to thisn _t and growing alls, and Instantly
va Ill the takes the sting out of corns and bun-
with the'- IMs. It's the greatest comfort dis-
a ti tht or now shoe fee easy.
S . .lom swolen aeb lng feet. Try
MISanS i eoety voted Go a, an ift.t day. fol by an druggists ad
IL -"e- laarried o b to.enIw By man me in stamps.
T----i Dt e -ept any substitute. -Trial
tag aeed~tr e the aaaee ftree. Addess Allue S. Olm-
fet ISh" Olebd o o yN T, T
O p 'ORUNT-Flve-room house ear
with Ne, ea-Uoppe editaf Jones. Ocala Bottlink Works, Ocala,

Is the. r at large thabor Mand aw VAGARIES OF A COLO

nws sM ean ad cold "o gooag to hit you. In the Wall
the-- t- m *et* those mas*ana winter It may settle Ia the bowels,
t-ves Om- te predU iug severe pain. In the summer

M-A-k Aefss appemdleltis or Inammatiom
pae or g rainp take Parry Davis.
Silnak~er la warm, sweetened water

f"* is e ey Met -w put up in a large 3Ue sine as
ab'tM gig $1 he cente-at at- reB as .the regular ec. sleB. S

It Obu ocala News Co. are agents for

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Program for this Bvealmg

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and pound boxes are so popular. Pure
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f-t sery i free from adultera-
tiom. It is wholesome and healthfuL
very kind of coanfectiMonery her.
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near government building.
IResonable rates by the
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R. ;qree p arriso., rector.
Third Sunday after Trinity.
7:20 a. mi, Holy Communion.
1i:0 a. m., Sunday School.
11:00 a. n., Morning Prayer and
1:0 p. n., Evening Prayer and ser-


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There are many imitations of De-
Witt's Carboited Witch Hazel Salve-
DeWitt'a is theb 6r1 nal. Be sure you
get DeWitt's, rbolized Witch Hazel
Salve when ask for it. It Is good
for cuts ns iruises, and is es-
pecially piles. Sold by all

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$17.65, Asheville, N. C.. and return,
account Dramatic Order .Knight
of Khorassan, biennial meeting.
Tickets ohia ale July 8. 9. 10. and
11. Final limit July 26, 1909.
$208O-Nashville, Ten., and return.
- V. B. L, June 6, 7. 8, 14, 15. 1C, 28.
29., 30. LimIt 15 days. Extension r Tr
Sept 30. Stopovers. II I
$15.25-Tuseals Alsa.,,.nd return. T J L
U. of A., June 8 ,',1. 14, 19, 21, 28--
July -5.u Extension
S1J.2-K.xville, Tenn, and return. AOtY OUt
S. .. S. June 20., 21, 2, 2, July 3,
10, 11, 21. Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion Sept. 0. Stopovers.
$12.40-Atheme, Ga, and return. U. of
G., June 26. 27, 28. July 3. 5, 10, 17. l R A
Limit 15 days. Stopovers. IGREATI
$1&S--Moentsgle and Sewanee, Tenn.,
and return. M. W. & M. F.. July 1.
10, 17. 23, 24, 30, August 1.4, 14. Limit
Sept. 5. Get Y4
$17A5-Asheville, N. C., and return.
K. of KL, July 8, 9, 10,11, Limit July
26. SA
2L6--Black Mountain, N. C, and re-
turn. Y. P. M. June 30, July 1, 2.
Limit July 2L
54.0-4t. Paul, Minn., and return. .
S. C. E. July 3, 4. 5. Limit July 31.
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Christian T
(W. H. Coleman Minister).
10 a. m.-f-rnday schooL i
3:30 p. mL-Junior Christian En-
11 aL m.-Sermonette, "A Character ,
There will be no evening service. r
Junior Christian Endeavor |
The Juniors will prepare the regular
program as given in King's Builders.
This is an important meeting and all
are urged to be present.
(RL H. Barnett, Pastor).
9:30 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Preaching. W
2 p. m.-Junior League.
4 p. m.-Senior League.
There will be no service at the
Methodist church Sunday evening, as
we will join with the Baptists at that
hour in a union welcome service to
their new pastor. 1 I
Our third quarterly conference will iw! f
be held Monday evening at 8 p. m. by
Rev. T. J. Nixon, presiding elder. All
the members of the official board and
any others who will, are urged to be
present. Also a cordial invitation to
the Sabbath school. ,
Junior League Program
Meets at 3 o'clock. Subject. "Mis-
sions." Roy Nixon, leader. Everyone
Song. Rescue the Perishing.
Scripture lesson. Matt. 18:10-14. MI-LADY'S TOILET--IERPICIDE MA
Song. Gladly We Will Go. mc. o ., th. .o
Map talk. That busy little microbe, the D
Mission band lesson by Juniors. cleanliness which follows the use of
Song, The Morning Light is Break- and luxuriance which makes for hI
Notes about our Juniors. HERPICIDE 18 THE
Announcements. THAT WILL DO THI
Benediction. THERE IS M
by lndlgestion's pa -trying many
doctors and $200 aor h of medicine in RESTORED HER HAIR AND
vain, F. Aye, Ingleside, N. C.. BROUGHT BACK THE NAT.
at last used a. Ig'a New Life Pill.-. URAL COLOR
and writes th wholly cured him.
They cure constipation, biliousness. This was the experienop of Mrs.
sick headache, stomach, liver, kidney Anna C. Layn of Hopkineville Ky.
and bowel troubles. 25c at all drug- Road the letter.
gistA. July 21. 1908.
( The Herpicide Company:
SHOOTING AFFAIR AT SANFORD I have used your Herpielde now
-- for three years and consider it the
OIli Sweet, a Young Telephone Line- finest hair tonic In the world. My
man, Killed by Mrs. Wilmott first experience was after a spell of
Sanford, June 26.-Olle Sweet, a fever, whichh cased me to be almost
telephone lineman, was killed here bald. The use lof Herplelde restored
last night in a very peculiar manner. my hair to the natural amount and
Whether Sweet's death was the re- color. I always use it after waIh-
silt of an accident, or whether Mrs. ing the hair and Indeed feel lost
Wilmott with whom he was talking without a bottle in the house.
in the parlor of the Wilmott home.,
deliberately shot him, is something ,
thkt will have to be cleared up.
Mrs. Wilmott and Sweet were in the
parlor having conversation. Mr. Wil-
mott was at home. but had gone out
on the back porch and was eating a
watermelon when he heard three shots
fired in rapid succession, and the I I
sound of Sweet's body falling to the S & U L 0
floor. He rushed Into the room and
\ found Mrs. Wilmott standing near the 0
prostrate form of Sweet, for was
mortally wounded. She held an auto- B A
matic pistol in her hand. She was al- ,A u i e
ready hysterical, and has continued so H R A R D A N D E
ever since that time. It has been im-
possible to get a coherent statement
from her regarding the affair.
Wilmott called in his neighbors and
they had the wounded man taken to
the hospital at Orlando. He died on
the way there, without making a
Mrs. Wilmott, who has been in deli-
cate health for sometime past. was at
one time an inmate of the insane asy-
lum. Whether a recurring attack of
insanity caused her to shoot young
Sweet, or whether the shooting, was
purely accidental, will probably. be
established when she regains tier nor-
mal faculties.


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Washington, June 26.-Partly cloudy
with showers tonight or Suday.
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. St bottle two
mouth's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.
Louils, Mo.
The ladles of the Episcopal church
propose giving a cantata in about two
6 or 6 doses WP will cure any ease
of Chills and Iever. Price Sc.


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UI flJ^.J K of P. meet Mondmay evening.
S'."" Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
S- "Masons meet Thursday night.

t aRed Men meet Thursday evening.
mw ^ yl a Reffcit -A--OW
,, ;Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
~'v^ Wags Ds ny. O r foz di I wai cure chills and fever. 25 cents.
a s -. by"Mr. E. Tucker and wife, of Dade
SfrIUIU ~g pOK i U bI y _City, are guests of the Ocala House.
Sfor t o udnuts Dentaluxe Tooth Powder.
just In at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. P. M. Simonton, of Tampa, Is a
guest of the Ocala House.
D "r A new line of popular, priced books
SUfiast in at the Ocala Nfws Co.U"
IC C. J. Rogers, of Palatka. is at the
JIMWqFE a"OcalH House.
6 or 6 doses "r4 will cure any case
VO N HEpALTH AND PLEASURE -of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
T .. il-M Mrs. J. A. Walters is home from a
l* visit to her brother at Coleman.
Sa aite Sup r SpraA Mr. 0. H. o daughter, of Birmingham,
rof w s ky WAYNES VILLE, N. C. Altitudk2. W F .i at the al Houe
"..N la tM, ,,,nMt r hour from Asheille. Capacity 2 t Pla r.' Chiw Teowc guaranteed to
S e.0 emptive.- -. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths, Musle. Bowlit and.Tem :eur chills and fever. 2I cents.
t J~ i Matttia to mountain parties. Special party and family rates. !>r
'h*U'rthr ai(1rre i 0. C. ROGAN, Manager. (Fbrmerly manager of Kll- Mr. W. A. Baley, of Croom. is at
,+ l lam.AshavIlle.) the Montezuma.
Mr. Walter Ray, of Martel, is at the
TOM OBI LE Mr. J. W. Davis. of Summerfield.
S was at the Montezuma yesterday.
S-The Montezuma Hotel had 21 arri-
TO FIT ANY RIMS vain yesterday.
"* O " L'--I.I ER- .--CLI i< GCol. O. T. Green has returned from
a business visit to Grahamville.
SDr. IAnak the veteran practitioner of
SW LL AS OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES AUTO Grahamvllhq. was a caller today, as
was Mr. Jano. Perkins, of Connor.
PROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRICC& | Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
S OC' IROmN WORKS. OCAA. F A. Mr. Royal Cole went to Jacksonville
this afternoon to spend Sunday with
S '"O S his wife and little son.
WANTEI`--Cheap typewriter for a
s. mall boy to practice on. Address,
"Mandy." care Star.
SEmAL SUMMER COURSE AT THE Messrs. Mcver & MacKay are
building a" neat little house for their
two hearses.
When in need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
only stationery store in Ocala.
'------Sff.f-F-11-rS FPanklin Street Tampa, Fla. Messrs. George Rents, of Edenfleld,
WWprepmfeyou for a position as Bookkeeper, Assistant tookke arn, Jack Rents, of Levon, are guests
SteMrampher, fank Clerk or Telegrapher. Many of Marion county's bright- of the Ocala House.
e t yonag me n nd women are graduates of this institution and are holding
high and responsible positions. A siw eal rate of $19500 for a complete Have you seen the wnw visible Pay-
course, tuition, books, and board and lodging four months. Forty ($40) Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.
dollMu for. tuition alone. Enter any time. Catalogueantpen general agents.
SL I Matdser Acl., i, Tlam*& fItL Frank Abate and wife are showing
some extraordinary big peppers at the
Commercial Bank.

For SPRAINS, BRUISES, AND WOUNDS ,e hav the nicest line of hair
l s ei combs and orf*t toilet arti-
USE eles in the city. Tydings & Co.
S, S W -'W.'. C. n.. Ijg, of Lowell, was in
t\ owSl paid the Star a pleas-

Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those ~-Ineh Wes-
-tinhouse fans from H. W. Tucker.

SAL DT Mr. Oran Rowe, of Atlanta, Lis in the
Scity visiting h is cousin, Mrs. Dudley

Court Pharmacy and ask to see the
new safety raoer.
Cede C a s 3 Ug George Williams has returned from
I BALLARD LSNOWndIMENT CO, SI MO. his visit to Bayport. George has as-
0 Dci wac Recommesw dsd is quired a becoming suit of tan.

M r,.h a- .Mr h if. a n en te rp ris in g
POR ALE LOW VIA citing friends n Ocala.

At auetiom It Dade City at 11 o'clock, ATLANTIC COAST LINE The Court Pharmacy has an up-to-
July l th, a large lot of Tennessee $12.40-Athens. ua, June 21. 27. 21. date line of toilet articles and Invites
vdalry cattle; the very best the market Limit 15 day. Uxtenson to Septem- your inspection.
m afords; full Jersey and Jersey grades ber no O I '21
V frot the best dairies at Nashville, I25-Knoxville,. 1Tenn.,.- June 21. There were four cases in the mayor's
a. Cattle acclimated for for 15 22. 2. 2on Limito1te r S S xte court this morning and an aggregate of
o, th. If yu want something ood I to S ember .ll a Junoovers 7. $20was collected in ..ines and costs.
m @0oW r OC hefier with calf attend 14. 15C 2, 2S. IS. U. Limit 15 days.
t s sale. Terms: 10 per cent cash Extension to September 30. Stop- C. Davis & Co., or Jacksonville.
4, m IS per east a month with title re- overs. handle ilk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
a Mid unttl- paid. Also I will offer at $1525 Tuscaloos, Ala., June 19. 21, 28. each: 87.50 per dosen.
a- iM tste om.e hon es ahd mules and July 3 and 5. Limited 15 days. ZE-
tWo w 1iS per cent payments, tension Sept. 30th. Dr. Fred J. Lovell of Sanford. is
S jyadU. W. I Timo s. 6-25-1t ', .3S. ..-Lo_ i _Angeles and San visiting his numerous and particular
I. LFrancisco, on sale various dates. friends in this city.
RgXALL Limit October 21. Variable rolates
X.L-and stopovers.
"'. 2( iO4O-Seattle, Washington. Variable It. C. uavis & Co.. of Jacksonville
N.IClt .OF APPLICATION FOR routes and stopovers. Limit Octo- will el1 any make of second-hand
'. 11 T1 9 Od1 Under 0stiOsn 8 ef Chap- ber 31. typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
S4 Law nd Florida. $18.70-Monteagle and Sewannee.
Sis rebyt given that W. 0. Tenn., July 1. 0. 17. 23, 24. 30. Au- Miss Anna Davis and Miss Chita
purchemer of tax certificate gust 13. and 14. IJmit September Kendrick went to Jacksonville today
4 dated the 3rd day of June. A. $6 8pna Ga AugustaGlow., via the Seaboard excursion.
& MA, let said certificate in my Charleston, 8. C. July 2nd and.trains
S t made application for t arrive Ja v efoe Mrs. Richard Mconathy left for
aMx a" to toe In accordance with of 3rd Imt, Juy 17th. White Springs today, where she will
l w. S^ M e4bState embraces the Dever. Colorado ring pe pend several weeks.
.b iSg des ribed property situated blo, Colo, July 1, 2, 3 and 4. Limit
1 1Mart6 i omev t. Norlda, to-wit: July .0th: stopover. R.C. Davis & Co. of Jacksonville.
W% of e% and a% of se. eC tp St. Paul, Min., July 3, 4 and 4. will sell any make of second-hand
S1S e r MI e1* The M l and being as- Limit July SL typewriter upon easy terms if desired.
'a t the date of t Issuance of For farther information call on or
S Meatto the me of We- write F. J. ber C T. A" Mil Mary Burford is home from her
0^ lad al Stre Co. tUnless said J. K. irkWand D. P. A., Tatm. Pa. visit to Boston. where she spent sev-
Sshahll be redeemed acoord- eral weeks with her brother. Ensign
o. llW, tax dUed win lamse there- R. A. Burford, of the U. S. New Jersey.
m a the S3day of July. A. D. i14.
"Witaeas my official signature and Mr. J. C. Wheeler, of Plant city,
e al this the Ith day of June A. D. South Florida agent for the Interna-
K.T a T itlfUllN I =tin-al Harvester Conmnan- Ia ot tha

One rubber tired buggy and harness, recommended and every point of vantage was liber- "swmab-m 6 ,
both good as new. Will sell at a bar- lung troubles y sufferers front ally sprinkled with gay young people thBe g
gain if taken at once. Apply to L. B. bronchitis and consumption and older ones. too. The square e'r- .d d l'. :
McKenzie, the electrician, have found co et and reUlefo, b us- ts-nly presented a gay scene, with the h a. t b .
Ing FaleyJs Honey and Tar. Sold by many automobiles with their bright 2m *5e- at aft "=+ "'
The prescription department It the all druggists, lights and gay occupants, and the hap- ,_ ,_ ,____ ,.

main stay of any drugstore. Accuraey. py faces of many children, the young .
reltbillty, promptness and pure drugs The following parties took in the S. ladles in white and the manly youths. ...
have made this department of our A. IL Jacksonville excursion today: promenading around the walks. The I" 1 & Im .
business one of the largest in the Mrs. Jessie Haycraft. Marshall Mc-e band concert in Ocala has become an M 3 E u
country. Send us your prescriptions. David. Miss Daisy Bell. Gary Beek, L institution patronized by old and you~ --.
Tydings & Co. L. Alkin, Mrs. Jessle Owens of Sparr, alike and truly on Friday nights Oeams
Mrs. H. W. Long of MarteL There in abroad. W :
were others, and fully fifty colored .
people. Rev. B. H. Barnett, Mrs. Bamnett ads E
and Miss Loulle Barnett will leave 6 I low
Belle Meade Sweets. Foley. Honey and Tar. really Taday for Blak Mountal. C, to
recommended f chro throat and spenda month. Mr. Eugene Baneft. to-- .. .
lung troubles a sufferers from a son of Mr and rs. and Mrs. Barnett,. Ithe
Sgar. Frt a Ct bronchitisast d consumption secretary f the d.M. C. A.l
"Tr S A Ing Fbley's Hon y and ar. Sold by hotel at Black Mountai and Mr. and A W m l--
all druggists. Mrs. Barnett will meet with them I i .
Miss Barnett is engaged to play the
SThs J UJ Is .. S. We Mr. and Mrs. F. .Kellyan.litt.le plano at the Montreat Chauteuq", for
1 a_--_-- .... ---beson, of Sharpe's Perry. were in toen the meeting of the Woman's Mimic- fiPORi L '
bud Mdj this morning and paid the Star an ap- ary Society of the Presbyterian cha ch' r
preheated call. Mr. Kelley said every- '
thing was moving along nicely In his m d Wt dkl- "
COUrt Phmm C "Spama--a----to-
Phrrm acy Among the list at the Montezuma psew bee a wt s i ha -&
are Harry B Coe, Frazier Thomas e, b sk --m id- -.
and Chas. T. lArson, Gainesville; J. w
W. Davis, Summerfeld; G. R. Ellis, "a n it B am f
the Gainesville fertilizer man, and J.
C. Whidden. of Perry.&i
FParmer Joe Taylor, of the old Me- fe l A mIA AM
r Intosh place on the Blitchton road, is i U tto i qm Ad ~~&a iO W
displaying stalks of German millet IN .me u-
the Commercial Bank that would
W make a blind horse laugh.
a W. W. Baelling and son and B. I-I
,, Easterling, of Lowell. successful far- i I
a andtruAckerns.were caller s Is


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Mr. W. B. McAteer. aged 73 years. Oe, bsila Ira Set
died at his home four miles soedr of eo the aighl I
the city, at 10:30 this morning. .He V I Ue -
had been In failing health f or .Isseveral no-"
weekmonths and was quite ill for some i
weeks. I E 0 E I E "derat"
The death of tis splendid eltiem. ______- C t o Mes. ck a n
father and soldier, removes from our D gead Carlsee Ilr, wh MB
community one of its best known and l o It e piar e. the itat "
most thoroughly respected eitlzens. IBr Chee Umpire y d a Wt cal e
There are few living In the county
whose arrival here antedates his. Mr. Roquefot Che 'sa
MeAteer has resided here for over fame were two lo ng& to
half a century, or to be exact. 56 F m am Ig aA that w-- ee amUft l !
years, coming here long before the c to l
war. He has been a thrifty farmer. (GaID 1Ian !awaji v rm d 1
and has done much to build up and u sae rel and In the left garde ve r wMhi
improve his county. r Sar Ham and T cr e r em a d w e i
Mr. McAteer was a member of the a reh na by the lefa drte i e sl be home
company of soldiers made up at Oeala Star Breakfast Ba u Iw the ense a n art
and served his state falthfrlly b hard h mae a Wn to B
through the war of the rebellion in IIn E1 Oh Week a .send and mee I. the sMtht.
the Confederate army, and has been _______ a Gaoway deserved te -wo hejot
a member of the local camp. Confed- the eighth. whea he eat Mie oa
rate veterans, since its organntatiM. down the th i bse" q" A W. dl i
He has raised a large family. eight Itrack the greamd sat4 La I
children were born to Mr. MeAteer l ed out or the diamod, but
and wife, who preceded him to theherght fielder pleked t p
better land a number of years a g declared fai r by the tany
All of the children are living and U ho were In a position to see
grown to man and womnphood, and way was stretch-li his 'bi g Ss
all were gathered around his bedside 40 1d and as n M th6-r w VWW W O
when death came this morning. All eer. came bo e, butte
are married with the exception of the declared f t by the -I :
two youngest daughters, who remain. LD SOME VEHICLES rn w not h oree The vtst o I
ed at home. L OEVHICLE a run the eighth and with two ame
Mr. McAteer was a devoted member on bases and the big first bassma at M
of the Methodist church and attended Mes. ht ad lang sod f the bat I fI e atta% It 1Ike as I tdoe
services regularly when his health buries and two wagom to Coleman feat of the day before was to be re- 3
permitted. pepe - oated, but Doge, for Ocs fag "
The funeral services will be con- EPARATO MILK FOR COOKINGthe big man at the stick, and the as .
ducted from the residence at 8:30 to- EPARATOR MILK O ..COOKING was ovr. -Tody CS p ts s f i' "
morow. Sunday. morning. Rev. H. we will deliver you soured, sep tor be a warm one d and a ft cr-owd eu. the t t, ta ar
Barnett, the pastor of the church, of- milk for cooking purposes In gallon ected. The home team g teftg to wai$lmdoL -
ficiating. The body will then be taken can ony or 15 ens per gallon. try hard for a Victo and as we go to
to the grave, in the old cemetery. The Hiawatha lake DaWly. press we wish them mesae.
where it will be 6aid to rest by the
side of the wife. Messrs. Smith & HOUSES FOR ENT PASSENGER COACH Mr .
Roberts will have charge of the fun- Modern cottages, all cmven enca. N 74 LAKE
eral and burial, Mr. Roberts coming well located and new. Apply to Joe- -
up from Tampa tonight to assist. eh Bell. at court bho On Monday morning. Jane thW the '
The Star extends its sympathy to Coast Line will podtdVfly S t h ,e utW -- ...1..l ..Dib .
the large family of bereaved children Mrs. W. H. Harrison, an aged lady rpssenger coseh on the mini 'Pl 3
and relatives. They have with them of Bushnell, who has been ll for the freight train from 1ast lake This
the memory of a loving father, whose Past week. was brought up last night oah will go down o the e Z 4 ta h-l 1 M...r"
wise council has guided the through and placed In the hospital, where the psenger train each eveau S gl ? _ _J_____ :
life, to man's and woman's estate, and local physicians will probably operate ample accumodM tor B In :,
now, at the close of a long and peace- on her. Mrs. Harrison is the mother dwellers going down, as the irain is a d MI W.
ful career, lays down the battle and of Mr. W. T. D. Harrison. of Harrison, often crowded as tar as Uthen. lae. T- r ew e ,HOW. ,.-
strife of earth to enter with the re- and McLeod. Bushnell. and is also the also will be an advantage, ad theispd a Itw day s .
ward that awaits him. mother of Mrs. B. W. Blount, of Jack- coach will ,be tactaed to time minig0 tbd to Mn o M i---
The memory of his life la nI truth a sonville. Mrs. Blount went down to freight leaving the sake at 9 reloek. htis h is, the NI s]t --Wi 5
sweet benediction. be with her mother several days ago,. / gM f
and came up with her last night, and y g s i s -,, f "
with her little son, is at the Oca THE SUNNY JIM TRAIN
--House. The sunny Jim trah on the C .H n BoAst4ii i h
Ocala, Fla.. June 25, 1009. Mrs. Ellis, sister, of Miss Mary Af- Une, from O ha to Lak _an- vaa s r. 1 -
Rev. C. C. Carroll-Dear Brother: fleek, i putting on a cantata for Jliette. and connecting at aka --f-t d ,.
At a recent meeting of the Ministerial Grace Episcopal church, which will for Tampa. will go on Mond. y men- was. mfr y %ift o % T -rs ,
Association of the city of Oealh, we comprise In its make-up fully ffty ing, June 28th. We are told that the
were Instructed to write you a letter voices, interspersed with flowers wad putting on of these two tranl will .the b V .m dm ... .
expressing the sincere regrets of the other attractive scenes. The choir is bring about twenty travel e men a reet '' .-
association collectively and of its hard at work at the rehersals. their famles to Ocala, in addtio to
members, severally and Individually, those we already have, m s. aklg their i "e' Ss
that you have been called from out Captain John Johns, wife and baby, headquarters with a. e i
midst to another field of spiritual ac- from the scrub south of Levon, were ..' dlv e--ra--M ha- -- -
tivity and service, but being confident shoppers here today, as was Voley DR. ONEY HAS RETURNEDM) 1m i 1 1 4 -
that you have yielded to the call of Seckenger, the road builder of Berlin. and M M '
God's Spirit and His overruling provl- Dr. ik obey, the eye pecalist r
dence. we are constrained, even under The telephone company Me tfVy m Atlanta, whb W
a sense of our loss. to bid y God a~ telephone booth hthe rtho6 atedw a meeting of the A ed- '
speed and wish you well, earnestly rotunda. for the use of the blic. It n a mt rg dIpV. a, t i hei"- s'"
praying God's richest blessings upon will prove a great cvemn Jor l ly tte e4 J thSS
you in your new and larger field of tow unrand otn om- deletes l eart__, et de.lth _. .
Christen work. What the it communication. You put your toll in the will be of ne"at t st.tthem, Dr.' "
Ocala, the Church of Christ at large, box and it will do the rest. ney a mber of the American elp,
your own church in particular, and association.-
our association may lose by your de- POOW ea m o
parture, we feel the city of Ow nabore fancy imported ehina in many dff- NEW REELS AT THE AIR DOMS IIthe u te
:and the church there will gain; and erentanI ps The A -M.po b ftn
hence congratulating that cit and.ot s t
the church there on securing mSucha sruerstes of pictures Mome iaynh o lh, WMimi baa00y. heu e ,., ."..
of thvaluable placeaquisition to the cpulpitiofsonship Ex-Sheriff Williams, who is now are AJmerican pictures, new, clear and u ise s u "
of the place, and to the pulpit of one keeping the accounts of the sherifirs beauties. They are received hare five
of her strongest churches, we most otfce, has been under the weather for weeks ftom the time they leave the Cr -&1 '--IL" "'
cordially commend you to their con- the past tep days. factory, and are not worn, dim or torm. a e stem 4h- _ee -s.e
your more abundant labors in the Mr, John DeVane and "brld e in in instead of two, 1 heretesre. The e-" "
viusfour wil ombe moe abu rnday bessd this afternoon from Jacksonville, Air Dome will then be the finest at- '.u
iU tWill thbe mre abundantly blasedy where they were recently tkrried, to trlctipn o- its kind ever aminnta omd l"' (IM, "'- t
and that the pleas oure of the Lord tarry day with Mr. DeVane's sslater. In th city and should be packed each ..... .- -., "". ""
bemanifet in all your works. Mrs. P. V. Leavengood, when the nlght. .. . Ir place elMuegiM .
Praternally,. newly weddel pair will proceed to I, ra ie mhe -e 'em a h '- .
W. H. ) ,Tampa. Mes. Hooker & Toma av p Uo
SCommittee ened a meat market in the Toaletti r p e Th~ e t ,, ,.
Committee. The Globe is doing a fin business, building, on North Magnolia street, R'e i i" the h- .oPii 4 ,'
EMBROID E 8AE good goods, low prices an printer's which business venture the Star made hot weathr. g g W ', ,
EMBROIDEA A SALE ink makes Goldman, the enterprising mention of some weeks ago. S eVa M5ht aIM at
*At A. Nash's, commencing Monday, manager, laugh,. t I i I -
SJune 28th. and lasting one week. The Miss Mildred Somnes. the efBeleut or Pt H c l' .. I
best values ever shown in Oeala. 2 Mr. William Wilson and bride, are stenographer in the county clerk's of- +
and 4 Inch, &c: 6 to 9 incb, 1c: 12 expected from their trip to the Pa- fee, went to Jacksonville this moralning LOKaS A *a.'d^I''
Sinch. 12%c; 15 Inch, 15e. Come early clfle coast Tuesday, to spend several to Visit friends. :, ___ -, -- ;'. ;
and get the cholee. days with Ocala friends ere taking up
Home and housekeepig i Tamp.* The band concert last night was one best... "uJt,*. ,
_FOR SALE_ of the most pleasant of the season. a
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STat Uendr Sentle S of Chap.

Tis bad shm 0" M ALsAt
:et.e as hershy geeso that & E. At-
-ppb-hm 4 of tax certificates
a. Na a M WI, dated the SrI day of
;- J=%, A& D. t32. hb fled aiMd cert-
Ss In ee. an ,d has b made ap-
S" 0e e with law. aidW erlellatos
-m te wlflewinsgd oesehew pte
.-. ety delld i- Maron county. 7S-
M 6 t-Mwt,: w. o4f Ms and % of
2"W% 1e ,aand nei1 of sw% less 2
W.e lge eAel alim tp 14 s. r & The
S au --s bhea mssesisa at the date of
S the Dse such certIficates In the
dM- f 5partiss udanmow and W. B.
JMdwaisb. Unless maid certificates
sa D he redeeed acoordig to law,
S ta deed wll lbmue tberon m the 5th
At JEW July, A. A. 1i0.
nWinas my ofmicia signature and
Ol al this 11 Jth day of May. A. D.
S M1. 8. T. SiTRUNK,
Clafst Chnet Court of Maris Co. Fla.
TarMbd mie.w selemSesfchap.
te 4r Laam of Forida.
S otNeu is herby tvn that I. R.
Pyles, pwehaal of U tax crtfate No.
1, dated the r da4y of June, A. D.
Ml, shas:d saidOeat""ate ti my
m es, ae- has made & pptcatlom for
t fn dee to m-e In aeoodanme with'
law. son certmas embraes the tot-
lawl Geeswar m" oer situated tin
'* Ma~.i amey, FldN, to-wit: ne%-
at w, Amse tpL I s, r 2s e--e areL.
T e saW la beleg assessed at the
Sdate 1 t IMass. oa f eN certiicate
In th e lieofartlsuManown. aUn-
--ess md eertWete shel oe redeemed
4,- fie -rd law., tm dedft wi lasse
S therena e the 5th day of-July, A. D.
Wi teas my offielal msiature and
sM J thal the 1 to day of Jue, A. D.
Clark Cheat Caowrt of Marte Co., Fla.
riie ofI A ppe I M fg TGK Deied
ii' Oa m Chapior t l-
SLao f CBM 4W
C RoMge is hereby gives thatJ. .
US Iaarth tax ewtteaN
SM, dated the r .day of June, A. D.

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u. Wt. d e at ifiate shalal e are
d^,marned as at grr-X *t usee VS
f- t"am tU ta.Ma tof uJl.

assua retaiN4 t ale No me ir
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pagMIerI atd tha elA fncafte ao
t 9 Mat aWy WJul A. D1
SE, h-Mam. saNd eremea at y

aRI o A meme Is.cesodar e with
U1u. bi med -emebrasses 0

I. teasi..ty, Pleni. to-wit: 511
( ab te 0 lNoetow% at nw%
MeIpasr 21 e. TMemid land
A aganmeswa tt im ete of the is.

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Ceauga1onel i-HstgatiW Committee
Fnuds C 8i T0Vel LtUwe of it
Ins the So-ut
Wesbihgtq June 1.--Representa-
tive John & Burnett of Alabama, who
Is a member of the house committee
appointed at te last sestio to visit
the South and investigate the alleged
POoaae system alleged to prevail
there, says that the committee has
visited Alabama Florida, Arkanas
and Georgia and later will look into
some casea alleged to exist In West
Virginia and MissslppiL
A few Irregularttiea were found in
some of the states, but the reports re-
ceived were largely exaggerated. The
committee expects to vre Its report
ready to submit to the house early In
December. He iuthn*-t-d that It would
not be as sensational a document as
many people expect

unmindful of dampnaea, drafts, storms
or cold. W. J. Atkins worked as night
watchman at Banner Spri a Tean.
Such exposure *w him a severe oldd
that settled At last he
had to givup work. He tried many
remedies Wt U failed till he need Dr.
laKing's W "After usins
m wri. "I went back to
we r a w I as r." Severe colds.
stubborn co lamed throats and
ore ngs hemorrhages, eroup and
whooping cough get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious medl-
omse. oe and $1. Trial bottle free.
guaranteed by all druggists.

How is that This is not an auto-
mole, but one of those new 8-inch
Westnaghouse electric fans that I
have Jw t received. Let me place one
or two of them l your home or on
your desk. EL W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supply maa.

lMes past middle life have found
W ,rt' aad relief Ia Foley's Kidney
diedy eoapally ftrm enlarged
proathte gland, which Is very corn-
Im amoa ea" lder B, L E Mor-
rsa. Dexter, Ky.,.ltes: "Up to a year
ao .my father suffered from kl'ney
and bladder o and several phy-
sicians lpreao fee It enlargement of
the prostate advised an c.p-
eratios. On aebouat of his age we
were afraid he could not stand It and
I recommended Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy, and the frst bottle relieved him.
and after taking the second bottle he
was so louse? troubled with this com-
plaint." -Sold by all druggis lft.

These wshing extra early break-
ftsts can set same at the Elk Cafe, as
eav as 4:3 If tey desire.
The moat part of a baby b
Its bewela. t that It saf-
lere with athi the bowels also ea-
ianger I cases the pe of the
Infant a by Elixir curem
diarrhoe, dand all derange-
meta af m astomena and bowels. At

Tax Deed Uend rSots O Coflhp-
ter 4 Laws of Florida.
Nottle is hebsy given that l 0.
Booher. purchaser mf tax eartiicate
No KEM dmatni thea ~ 3mw 1 a amon A-

(Cdtemd Fro nirt Pae)

OWT fwy arrived fles m Bu me
m wMth fatuoe.*"
Hie sath, even estences helped to
dispel e stupor of ame.enwut which
ad made- her dumb. And the first
ressUd thought which came to her
wa that the Spantsh doctor had treat-
ed her with the kindnem o an indul-
gent pment, for ZEee was far too un-
slflab not to be alive to the unselfshb-
M of other.
"How good you have been to me!"
she murmured. "I can never repay
yoa. I remember now that I said
aremfl things to you In the salon.
But you did ot know what It meant to
me when I realized tht Captain Cour-
tmey might be ftaling even then be-
neath the blows of thdoe merciless sav-
ags. I have not bhad a chance to tell
you that he has asked me to be his
wife and I have coaen ted. I love
him more than all the world. And you,
Dr. Chrsttebal, you who knew my fa-
ther and mother, who have grownup
dabhtes of your own, you wll wish
me happiness?"'
It was not easy to bear when It
came, although be had pgemed the
truth already. But be choked back
the wrath and despair which surged
up In hbi and said with his stately
"I do wish you well, Elate. No man
can hope more earnestly than I that
you have made the better choice."
Then he turned with a certain abrupt
nea which reminded her of the change
Ina bh mamner sae had noticed once or
twice during recent days and quitted
te bridge. She sighed and was sorry
for him, knowing that hbe loved her.
Courtena, who bad been far too
bumy to pay hbeed to anything beyond
the brist ght between the boats and
the eanese, perceived now that the
ngway was int podtton. Lights were
iatlang om both the upper and lower
'Be stretched out his hand and drew
EBa to hima
"Are yea al, sweetbetrt' hbe

"Ki m e,the, and po to meet your
leads. They will be aboard in less
than a minute. Oh, Etsie, I thought I
had man the last of your"
"Was it so bad as that? she mur-
turend, a great content soothing her
heart and brain at her lover's admis-
loa that he was thinking of br dur
ing the worst agony of the fray. He
gave her a reasuring hug.
With her soul singing a canticle of
oy, she passed from the bridge to the
lewer deck. Mr. Boyle was waiting
them, holding a later.
"Hahr" he growled when be saw
her. "P'raps you'll believe what I tell
you before your hair turns gray. It not
0oae0 Luck! Did any man ever
lave oueh luck as the skipper? Why.

If he fell off Mong Blong he'd find a
chuse net rigged up to catch him."
"I igree with you so fully. Mr.
Boyle, she whispered, "that I am go-
Ing to mrr him"
"I guea ed as much." be answered.
"At any rate. I fancied It wouldn't be
for want of axin' on his part"
It was a wan and broken spirited
Isobel whom MBie led to her cabin, but
MtwIthstandIng her wretched state
her eyes quickly took In the orderly
coadtion of the room.
"I left my clothes strewed all over
the floor," she said, with a nervous-
am which Elsie attributed to the
hadaships she had undergone. "Why
did ye trouble to pack them away?"
Then sle told her of her hunt for
the powder box and was so obviously
mmencrned ab6ut any incident other
than the adventures they bad both ox.
perisaced since they parted that lao.
bal questioned her no further. A bath
and a change of clothing worked mar-
vels. Though thin and weak for want
ft proper food. neither Isobel nor Mrs.
Somerville had suffered in health from
the exposure and short fare Involved
by lfe on the island. It was broad
dayllht ere they could be persuaded
to retire to rest, there was so much to
tell and to bear.
Meanwhile the meeting between
Telle nache d Gray was fall of racial
8elemache, stepping forward to
grasp Gray's hand. felt It was Incum-
bent on him to utter the first word.
"Bad a pretty rotten time of It, I ex-
pect?' said be.
Otionom. And you?'
"Oh, fair. Beastly close squeak when
yea turned up."
Gray became more explicit when
Courtemay met him in the chart room.
where the table had to be cleared of
4deris before some glasses and a cou-
ple of bottles of champagne could be
"When those blackguards cast off
from the ship," he said, "wa scudded
away in a sort of ocean mill race
which threatened to upset us at any
Amomelt-IB tact we gave up hope for
a time-but, as the boat kept afloat, Mr.
Malcolm and I managed to stir up the
Chileans, and we got them to steady
ber with the eara Bome time before
daybreak we ran into smooth water
ad made out land on the port bow.
Is a few moments we were ashore on
a pebbly beach In a place alive with
seasL When the san roos we found
we were on a barren Island and. what
was more, that one of the ship's life-
beats bad been peat on a reef which
we Jut missed and had lost all her
stlus, though the men had scrambled
Isto safety. With the aid of our boat
and helped by fine weather we raised
the Ilfeboat and recovered some of her
fflim The water masks and tins nt

Wee o2 up. yos bet The CfHeks
pulled Ia sma, ht when we came
near enough to discover that the ship
was being attached by Indkis I had a
fearful job to get my heroes to butt in.
That fellow Gome Is a brick. He
Orated like a polItc*, and finally they
got a move on. From what I have seen
since I came aboard I guess you were
hustling about that time."
"Yea," mad Courtenay, ilaing a glass
wth wine, a he beard Boyle's step
without. He handed the glas to tbe
chief when he entered.
"How many? he asked.
"Huh! We've slung Mfty-three In-
dianx an' six of the crew overboard.
There'sa ourteen wounded natives an'
five of our men in the doctor's bands
Two Alaculofs died of funk when they
set eyes on the nigger who turned up
in the lifeboat. They thought- Well.
here's chn-chin to everybody. I'm

(Continued Next Saturday.)

(Continued From First Page.)
of his body and property,-as he intend-
ed to commit suicide.
Roberts added that he had been
out in a boat with four other people.
two men and two women, that all had
been drunk except himself and one
girl, and that one of the women struck
another over the head with a wine bot-
and had killed her.
The death of Roberts marks the cul-
mination of the most sensational
tragedy that ever occurred in Mary-
land, with ramifications that have be-
come countrywide in their extent.

Had Been Carrying on a Flirtation
with Leon Ling and Chu Gain
New York, June 26.-Letters found
this morning in the room of Chu
Gain's establishment, occupied y
Leon Ling and Chu Gain, prove con-
clusively that the young woman mis-
sionary had trifled with the affections
of the two Chinamen, and one of whom
took her life. Just the day before the
one on which she is believed to have
met her death, she wrote each of the
men a letter in which she gave assur-
ance of her entire faith and express-
ing undying love. The letters are al-
most similar in context.

As Many on Oeala Reader Knows Too
When the kidneys are sick.
Nature tells you all about it.
The urine Is nature's calendar.
Infrequent or too frequent action;
Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
Mrs. Ells. Ratherree, living at 201
W. McCormick St., Gainesville, Fla.,
says: "I suffered from dragging pains
in my back for some years. I
was in almost constant misery, and
often the pains were so intense that I
could not move about. The secretions
from my kidneys were also irregular
in action, and caused me further an-
noyance. Any cold always. aggravated
my trouble and at such times I would
suffer severely. A friend finally ad-
vised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills
and I did so. The first few doses of
this remedy gave me relief, and when
I had used the contents of one box the
pains had disappeared, and the kidneys
once more acted in a normal manner.
I am glad to give Doan's Kidney Pills
the credit for bringing me back to good
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

Has Obtained a Divorq but will Have
to Worry Along on $3A000
a Year.
New York, June 26.-After a sen-
sational suit which has been dragged
through the courts for the past two
weeks, Mrs Katherine Clemmons
Gould has been granted a separation
from Howard Gould. and gets alimony
to the amount of $36,000 a year.
To all knowing sufferers of rheums-
Usm, whether muscular or of the
Joints seliataies, lumbagos, backache,
pains in the kidneys or neuralgia
pains, to write to her for a home treat-
ment which has repeatedly cured ail
of these tortures. She feels It her duty
to send it to all sufferers FREE. You
cure yourself at home as thousands
will testify-no change of climate be-
ing necessary. This simple discovery
banishes uric acid from the blood,
loosens the stiffened joints, purlfleL
the blood, and brightens the eyes, giv-
Ing elasticity and tone to the whole
system. If the above interests you,
for proof address Mrs. M. Summers,
Pc- R. South Bend, Ind. 23.
Theresa Wilson, the colored waiting
woman in the union station Jackson-
ville, is here visiting friends.
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 in-
volved therein, and to all whom it may
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified to present your bonds. cou-
pons and claims under the trust set
up by the complainant In the above I
stated cause, and also claims of liens
upon or of ownership of any of theb
lands or personal properties described
in or therein- involved under oath to


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vorite Prescription" unparts tremg&B to
the whole system and to the orM d
tinctly femimie m particular. For
worked,"worn-oui," "run-down," debilitated
teachers, milliners, dr6.maker, eam.
stresses, "shop-gVirs," se-epI In
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Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the
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Adviser, a magnificent thousand-paM p I d .' tli a4
children and themselves. It is the he*bt d- tow mebo ho i Apa WOO
a million copies were sold at $11) each, t e e at hpp S pNe' wa mat
21 one-cent stamps to pay the cost of = di. 1r- 3Mi3 ffr a b si
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five (45) chatins tham.e .- -

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wang t. e UB n. mf-,attlli
twenty een <7) ad gf <.5l

fou (4).t oha nn them w,. a.ht1'
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west of thte aertheasi dt I
retortdeisMnt at
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tAr (4) ehains theeeaamag
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neroMd aedto ll sod Mfe4
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of Cpaiteo f. Ora: aatetS
an& White, dated Aug at oft. lSa
"a of tha mastC wert eft 4me.
theosiatd Sldates tuf ea.

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