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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 06 30, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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: VID03206
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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S Mxa past milde life have founded
W"~ 'com Wofrt a relief IN ruoley. Kidne
SMI.T-l- Ruedyes, pecially ftna enlarsed
prostate gland, which I wery on-
m", "among e d A&oU"me & Mon-
v, ,DeSer., wr.o ;*p a year
anb18 ~0o1 be aind several plra-
^h ~-the prostate Sland sad ad"sed as c.p-
Sw renOW eration. Oa Seaat of his a*& we


a"d aftem lear ting tsecon dt i heO-
was 0 og er troubed wh This amR-
paint.s Soud w aml & M.I
STIKE s SaE ItED
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--:a....I sai ,. the a e-etemt railway strite whieh
bw cg .the city of Pkttaurg over
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So you get the actual wholesale


price on each article


The pse are all sew, stylish t The v

t material you'll ever get low the man


FOR LADIES WE HAVE


ShirtWaists, Mslin Underskirts


Hosiery, Kimonas, Undervesb


Collars. Belts, Hannkerchliefg


Etc., Etc.


Fm MEN WE HAVE


Dress Shirts, Working ShirtA


Overalls, Undershirts, Drawern


Suspenders, Handkerrhiefs anm


Good Sox


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-Robes, Etc.


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we know you will appreciate it and avail yourself


this chance to save money.


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The 811outh Cc ana-b H 3a ms Pays

h l eU. & Smaine
iraahlnto, D. C. Jane -.-As
earnest speech Ina aor at a tariff a
tea to pretee the Somth rCSan- tea
edstry was mde today by Senator
TnlS. who dedared that thmre was
in his paspostion for a dpty ot 10
cents a pound as this product e-ee.,-
s for revenue and $1e 0or protee-
AddNagain Mueelf to Mr. Aldrich
as the embodiment tof the United
tat senate, Mr. TliUman was Inter-
rupted by the Rhode Istkad senator.
who s~usted that there were sme
thbgs that seemed to be jh.
"MHe i the senate of the United
States and he knows It, replied Mr.
Tilman. Mr. Aldrich sade no further
reply.
. South Carolin Raise@ It in s tesm
Senators a th. MWihiganls M e
had be green atly surprised to and that
fouth Carelinas l rlateio o omel times
more tea than dd the Island of Cey-
loy In 157. This dicoverWy, he midse
caused him toibe very friendly toward
any ggestion lookingto e protec-
tion of that ladustry.
A HURRY-UP MEDICINE .
ery Im keeper totwseso the
need of effective remedies to be used
In emers-a-e-'.wh something Mst
he done right away. Sueh a remedy
is Jerry Davis' Pa ainer, for spralna
and braises, for strained muscles and
for the aches and pains resulting froa
blows and falls. Burnas and -cuts are
lastantly relieved by It and helped to
healing. Its mission of mercy began
seventy years ago. It is used in aM
countries and MNIllnas of bottles an
sold annually. There Is but one Pana-
kiler. Perry Dars'. Have you sm
the lare new 2C. alse?
THE INTEROWASTAL CANAL
A Waterway Which Wile lbef the Ut-
most ilmentosea th ute south-
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sideratlon began yesterday of the hest
methods for urveyg the intercostal
eapl. sometlame ku the 'In-
land waterwy," esnetl the -nmi n land
waters along the Atlantic and Gulf -
coasts, whica, If completed, will be of
great conmeercal Importance to all the
Southern states. The projectors hope
some day to have this waterway open-
ed up from Boston to Galveton. a




New Orleans,-Black at New York and
Kingomasat Savannah. They are the
senior offers, too, of the three boards
composed of themselves d local e-

InatIons that wil enable them to rea-
der' an op inio as to whether the .
sheume Is feasible and deskrabtl. -M
The inland waterway, one that will
e protected fr tm the stoam on the
o ian. s the outgrowth of the g ta- et
tion began In Boston and taken upo At our stoIvL
alom the ne for a canal from Doston
to Beaufort. N. C. Those along the
ine In the South'and beyond Beaufort
got Interested and ad the project
changed in name and Is scope from DI-
"Boseto n to Bemaufort to "Boton and M -
Beauont and Beyond:" TIhe G peo-
pie who had been adoatng a canal .
from New Oreksma and westward to
Oalveston j"-oed hads In the project
and now the whole project has been "*T w "s
termed the trcoastal eana," t
name rst used In New Orleans. V
Thi is m one of the three big projectst
Wmy engineers have been called upos
to deal withL The other two are the.
fourteen-foot channel from Chicago to
em Gu of Mexico an the mother the
eiu-lwton of the Ohio river, so as to
proere a depth of nine feet at all
seasons of the year. A .le
The Ohe Project
The Ohio project, whoe neW for-
many endorsed by coangr, is unawr- .AJU
way. the nine-foot depth havingbeen
authored In tlp last two riv and '
ml praelEom fresm Cmlatge to tab e -
Gulf ha been lMo eneed by the -
army review board, but It I still ba-
bh orgves by the people alot ne therr
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further soth who will be a ,met 18d.
who hamve not the Inland waterway
right where they ca ,ee1 to see the
Imourarwe o it to em Ubdlsouatk.
pardcu-y ne coast towmL Con-
iresmBanA5ll. of North Caluna.
ad Brantley. of Geurgla. are pare-
ubafty intIeedom nt the prOject and
have de a m aod deal of w ok for .
OTUs"d R I YlEARS is
doctors and $24 worth of medicl- 1 n 1 *
vain. R. 7. Ayse. of 1100ese, N. C, I
at last used Dr. KitS*' New Life PiBKUl .. ..
and writes that they wholly cured hft
They cure a entIpatom, bUin..m. I
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... ..... ..am mb,- ,. ... ..... Oa--dui-sts
... poor health. The cause usually Is-that M ,Dlate NO NEW EVIDENCE
.ggg11ft desk"ethe child has worms. They get the On.m ys OStGold.. Seal0root: AGAINST THE WILMOTYS
!IM ^_+ h iS I ll noTurishnmeat in the food and the baby *Ie t s i see on the AGAINST THE WILMOT
M .aw m starves. actually starves. White's i abr -i-
--UM L elbt a- active,~. .* | Cnream Vermifuge expels the worms s.l awe vadd e e Sanford, June 30.-Although the
a nI as hse ti ae he f et . Mnosrishes the child sure and safe. coroner's Jury ordered Mr. and Mrs.
S h e 1 3 .\ \ I Price Ia e at an s drugsist. tecidLut, D o ef ermS Wilmott held under $2,500 bond for
Price.ataall drug Iis t vei l-.o~~~f "GdfL LnSa the death of Ollie Sweat, who was
47 i I a A and os 7 ewra d u C=killed by Mrs. Wilmott last Thursday
.1_ ii i | fan. ptiationk night at the Wilmott home, nothing
via noUa .Pierce' Favorite Prescription falth definite has been shown to prove that
arAt &Awfo a c lr w th e abee | Mrs.w Wilmott intended murder when
--_WWil_ P- Asheil, N. C she shot Sweat down, or that It was
INII_ 0 I- I -. Atur* anything more than an accidental
MealcounDramat. Order Knigts killing.
-- S t-- 0.0m e he bee hCARD =offl S f Kbo ms"i besa meeting. The bond *was furnished by friends
4 -ase Tk es. eMakle .July 8,. 19 i of the Wilmotlt and they are at lib-
set g ehSo s ae11. FIal lmit Jul26. 1909. erty. Mr. Wilmott Is In very bad
ToiI 6 ang return, health and almost prostrated. She In-
s t-.., i i""-----V. v me I J ln1e, 14, 1- i, n3, l slsts that the killing was accidental.
ia __ 29l,3 Umt 16 days. Extenson and Wllmott sticks to his story that




he -l liit'i' i "" a g T .ad- n get DeWitt's Carbolloe Witch aale-
p g I N A*s t D c ity .S e N .4 6 9 81 S6 sto p o v e r s h e w a s o n th e re a r p o rc h o f h is
U. Os A., Jue,111,f A.21 shooting occured In the parlor.


l i, .-A G., sad atur. U. of t Salve when you ask for it. It Is good
it,. t t i a- - I u. rt w -e ara m n imittio s o Do-


* A. P. -- 'aG, JaBneD S0, J0a nd u 1-U 17. "-for cuts, burns and bruises, and is oe-
i G .dass K .. P . Jw.e pec ally good for piles. Sold by all
JW- q11- aw a ptoasasi** JaO7 Is saes Ie n fi T druggists.
SW I a ret V. w. i M F. any 1, ROUNDED UP THE RUFFIAN
10,u1h f o'it Ms eM 110.i 17, 23, 24, 8 August 14, 14. IJmit OUN ED UP THE RUFIAN
Return. LIPS LIKE KISSES Robert Jenkins, the ngro who shot
bbI l, dot "TH EY FIT THE LIPS LIKEKtMr and Mrs. George Howell down In
._L J ;-u9, &y.9 n1 L mand taste as sweet. That's why Schles- their field near Scott, Ga., a few days
ALL U ,nT M mbtsie N. C, nd re- age's and Lowney's Candies In half ago. was killed in a fight with a sher-
turt. T. P. L. june 3k July 1, ald pound boxes are so popular. Pure ifs posse near Adrian, same state,
i"it July 2. easfectioss these; favor delicious. O Tuesday.
P.4S'-4t. Paul, Mis.., and return. U. ensteetionery Is free frim adultera-
IS.. C. _. July 4, Limit July 3L tIoe. It is wholesome and healthfuL A VITAL POINT
am A lla-DoSOv, Co1, sad return. N. veIWY knd of confectionery' here. The most delicate part of a baby is
he to tha3.t. IL A. July 2, 3,4. LmiAt July 3$. IWits, Cold Drinks, Cigars and News- its bowels. Every ailment that it suf-
S' -1. r. Stopover Ppers. fers with attacks the bowels also ev-
h --ahe A W7B Nek MOURnMiL- N. C.. Sad &re- -Lo" - danRering in most amses the life of the


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*. H-.vli t't-t ..S,,,, "r a m. ame, ^ 1.-.1.s s' s sth gh/-l -ti wHco i.m .. ot aJ.-,, ^ -
iobm vo~ ozheeno was L hAmy ommh whe v w'gs nm

_*ooram n' i _flBP^31m ae t. CVo tot mb .pC b.the SM:r r Col. & B. Wells, of Plant City, an .
S* -AL D Iwmho l by.ase -.al -O-a- a ct .nd- thte yo-t: eatt stomsey an a tneer member or the
*'^--Q---A*'---- Manr tat se to spite af dt taf that aries couty, Florida, U. S. AI ta legilsatur,, who has carefully Investi-


-as. P.-...s (19), 35; 1t become cooperative before July 1.
-i Mtat who .s- .eeseR 4493B It whm 4 m67? were e91- stead of July 1. 1911 as statai
CN.... J tI ow cov-rf these agr@e. Abet tzi miles eaat of in ti, amendment Col Wetl i n t a
11gAAi i |a -.Oc i a The Oesal it the tmbi. fSlver Springt, comm-5eatian to the Tampa Trib ne
pgt Dr.h a yr ae r wMr saneloP Metrepela.nC the 24th the largest and et now of the is hi view at lenth and hi re-
Mne s dM M le nseU ,t ~ _.to.ay tDr. Bm1 spring. of F -orida. Its hao i ci rcu- o wmI be fnad of Interest w
Mb'A aAIMIl1 15 -- b- I i M l: ot taeelt la diameter; it is throughout the state e
t o mb et -tt -s phe- "Dr. I_ M. B0esy, Dr. H. t. tgh, fIeet or depth a d I wterU. v .re ,. Colonel Wells points out what seem a
SkW N was a WP 5. 3J. m bhanr yad N. m. Clark. al markaMe for their tranrecy and to be glarg errors in ecothe proposed
S- U.re7 k a hetal m ers Ot the ierMs mm- rehlctiv powersm.u Accordn to the law, and ows how it cannot be en- t
tr a =I "Al It olp on te g naltarrie#illd t I tlae estimate io Dr. D. G. Brintonh the forced If ad ted euil the legislature
-i g a i tide mning fres Atiseta, when prime didharea more than -.--..- tack ua penalty on Ite He says:r
SA hee yealkh- t Wu. they haye bes attaenns the a sal *M go of wter daily, Its otflow '"The said amendment does not pro- 1 1 a
f Mi 8a t f fl M^tt, o1 the Amrica. Asocla forming what Si known as ler and y penalty for a violation of te n
labb m OM fM e Opelesas whikh djourMTd Spriag rna, nale mile. loom empty- pro Mleat atdente butT .T
0% adcha aa ywa ht ": e.a to day. t *elh e t tae late the Oklawaha river and no t section 2 thereof prois ldegthane hr e-
. tf t bw aAt The u awe# very estholasti Iahie by small river stemer. or0lature shalo enact suitable laws for Wa Ia b i m-
r a i .- e .gg..a g Atlanta, ad the draiage and sewerage of the city the enforcementof te provisions of AI oer0 fo w pre
e ~~ a M.em e pimed a sbterraeaI river who sources this article, thereby rende.ng the saidl for w men in
eaW Iad ww eas. and mouth ar unknown, is utilized. en uuerative until the leg- granted, and will be
mSa 'A-e6 "as ,--- .~a etas meD....tAe .. ps.- The tey In the at S te Eersaene Islatoure shnel have prescribed laws for wlt ol fnd w ouaont a
bmetl 1 w86 W, ev l law which e at effee.t July Memori Home ethodst Eplcopal) the enforcement of t pro visions. w find what yo
dto sompslosok iti hs wLthe a spratae ofr optS- Sor megro girls. Oa I to r ut The m. adment, according to I ets
-a- to a Aa o j)t mn@ yar w vd t the eye) ad a dial center for a fertNe reiton, the own terms will not become a part of
n-j rs g g ap w s was appeated to eaie all men t a nole s igdeg, agree, or fertile lands, therefore time legislature wh h con-
Sg De Me -l b s the state of sad in thm shipp--ng po-A--n wat kt for -- the at* vnes-- n It o biennial session I nr 1911a-
us --bb --- q-f --r -- liofBH-of the aBV Km- W x -AM i -* - -- ....
slW d w Miermo'ni-s and astaloupets- will have atpourned prior to the time H B. CLARKSON, Genera
S----. ... .d... -.. ..its-t Dr. D. and for tshe large quaytutthes of pls- to .med .e.t becomes operative...
i me l O p t . pte ok nd I te ty. M and thet o the legislature s of 1911 i
em Nollw Wt e as1Mh _, Tam n., s _eMtrt ary ad tres nebleby for phoelphate plans, Ire and its re sess on wl have no powo er arn hool o ls
.ea Wr 3. .f ifw= ng OI aetcaa leares tmIan"wura he Oci to ytenact laws for the enforcement oftehsl


I a4 the Sa law prMie inthea-er cpJu- 1_ te. as e In power, It certainly cannot act Ho untilRo
nt ateri dwe mitws tne mill pn Olafe oAn- suche time went such grant of power R utO, (Near





M< esy. ti .e T de-Irs dM qua eat or e of...U Mt prte othe. nea e ssard bale, btaer or exhone ofwEnglishrmeanneleIn eeropae.
Sag att- Ab r eoe oh wea. tiothe ere wn re at c rdi nas It Boarding School for Boys Conductr
ha le wwg e. te lw s g S -- e-e th most et politiel principles, generally Without penae or license Bola om to seph Care
l iSw twesmty-six states r ersa Mvemea) result of this state of affairs, sho uld Pool, Complete Equipment n Scoo be e
XI I II .a weth. I*m r Blt osse nth amendme nt be adopted, is that Recreation Rooms.
agatlyprohct-the ESS CANNOT SE CURED after the I t day of July, 1911. the
so f --td hisiadto n In r r) loc t pptemo o they cannot constitution 1will prohibit the man- bAtply for Prospectus to tha
p mw Ds will leav, for teir es reah the diseased portion of the i ftctur- e and sale, nebarter or exchange ofU

Aft ,- tam ham Pool e a Jda aesthed that lwl esgrtu:ownsthere wiobha old penmatd for the viola-

that iert B. Dal and Mies o f& Letr IlamadH. coidB Ct of the mcuocs ntnilth oladr oe amde fore-
M r Orl B. Booe d M Myrtle Clark. he pded the original article AN INTERESTING EVENT
laa ge the agat tha--am ehem their 1mm B. Meadows and MVis Eva thin tube is inlamed you have a rum- I othatthere will be no law to
Ap eDam ts Camle ps D LL ng ..,+m .-,..n.. ..oundrIm ethearicingy and othtthelegwislltubeof no law1t
of sh ewh. .i sa t t e i tnorely sed, eafpss pa control the liquor traffic and every Fa the Aeronaut, and Tw of hi
M ig mtoe a ma af t wheetheJsl,. t an nte.les. th .e n .aa m person -.who so desires to engage in it F rends, Will Try to Fly Aeree
a at l. a er Mte r of O e ve r of the the crea betakean oule t then t stuea- could do so without the payment of t he English Channel
'l. .O s-t t evgr Clo tat M ny license, tax or without prosecu- Calais, France. June 3e.-Herbert
in -tf ejhere thet they g81 of groceries, was lnterviewln restored to its 3omaal condition, hear. thon until the convening of the legisia- Latham. Count D'Alembert and Henri
Ue amt wMih ladiatay. It I Pensa~uit Prda, d ao made la will be destroyed forever; nine ore a 191, or when the legislature Farman are at a point on the coast
..: 6r f fi fgl Isa "pe. To lacal a pleasant vilt.-lavereas cases out of ten are caused by catrrh, shall have prescribed suitable laws to near here awaiting favorable weath-
lt em- I a- at ia.tsd. m m whicb Is nothing but inland con- enforce this article. And there will er before attempting to cross the
a daama f the a. datlo of the mcaos surtaces. necearily be an hiatus in the law English channel in an aeroplane.
Se- t itythe elli give O H-- ndred Dolla- governing the liquor traffic from July The attempt will be made in an ef-
aIh asohmt la. I a notlosfor any eae of dealep s (causd by 1, 1911, until the convening of the leg- fort to win the prize of $5.000 offered
S" rrh) that anot be cured by islature in 1913, a period of twenty- by a London newspaper to the aero-
a n-.it B aart, Ss. e-age agagr . Hals Catarrh Care. Send for wcrcu- ot mo-nths nuts who make the first crossing of


t.he" _l_ amendment be adop ted.Istta- R crto nRooms. i with D0 a, -t




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j .1 o wad g o e d t i t e ther aUr. SendW yous e f o the Eomfothing |ust as une hs -
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8atortsa t ub:Is iflrdo thvearm-evA r, sumy usi I teaorig acts ls a5ter* rheumatism and urinary disorder. A
*a81119Mr. 01eeks whom dttol by s who enftIs MEN'S GIFTS ARE POOR ft c onro the lq ueodrctra side.ve Pil s is sufcent to nvine you wIttew
401s *t O besi |de thinsll lMa: t.te tenr w toon coud oowihotepase good they are. Send your glie Cte.el
Goy eiwgtho a eol ttever tol d -anbe tatno tandt le tubertrnBtcere.atme disease CDett Co., ChicaJngs for frbe
te ata .w. theytof as 0sn of th gr atest gfats tht God KEt ts icseldnd that a cetber trial box. They are sold here by all
S Irs Othd'they may mdd woman," writes Mrs. 0. mgem whoe r does Isa present bovne indictoio e druggists.
Swa teaa aee tc nn nygaeh e Lhof Vestal Center. N. a m i.Counnt EmSL Dr. Ff ntery

ll ajfiataer= *4a dwe w I thns DsMtnaEo heenfoce BothI mSewee tthlatle.AdUthr Bwi nder bfor'e the, noted tjournoslsal
MaSome w he oo ... . dt o the e np.oco raescst women: ge c t was acquitthnyesterday at the charge
*I Oe- tW-r$ 8.ta. aa bap f .aleMMB a*MI dIso of grand larceny, which crnultel fromp
am.ofdoB.:om eml )0W dill give OeDlar s g'v e leiqortricr atmJl his sale to them New York b mades of an
1n.! .fr t"fc., tithenf artie supposed to haver eobe written
"ar hi soaonw esa~h tha c e cred aby .It 5D&.8lin193. ae tiod bftwenty- the latearovnd eronlewandp r itthe r-
aa sta oatr all druussMs.d drusime gard to Willian Jennings Bryan. TiIW
Sthe outcome was awaited with deep

w> Gus GUeSl was the 'tevil SprIage was a calla In town | Io a pistol fight with Donald ao,. S a .
the 8er Mees ata whe1 Vin, d Ianother broker in the Prudential bpld- IB unior root or Helos las,
AmA Mm wng, Atlanta, Teday. Both men were .ad tho hn a properties of which 1B Foleyg s Honey ind Tar is especially
et the -.lk aI the employ of Etfgene Oberdorfer .Plt fal y sts recommended for chronic throat and
The Sneaf t ble agpClt~ de who in well known in O.s. Of Go~eia srootwt, anothon p Iom t lung troubles and many sufferers from
lf "D s *of *Favorlta Preserl tion,f bronchitis, asthma and consumption

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v." Me. meet tomorrow eventing. sea A e armisal oi atthehadg a.
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J. ''Ch, with fever. The -s6 b--ifk. 1.h, "-,
".oap. tpth ,r a pB ricC Memm 4iwli q 4e t.,0
i ,,l,,I--A_ . ....... operator. was In town today.AN*WLth0uh a pe .m v
4^i^ai~flroe & Chambliss Bank oMr- th ef Raw thtifC -__ C6Mad
II5 ,t ,Plank's Lcul| T ni. guaranteed toaa.. tth =.. M. e...a... 1-1' .. -
L. Qft. C. ~ mainM V. -A AL eQ. 4 w 9am cre c .lls and eCver, a cents. Farmner Saufage t -. Mr Oaass teso M 4a
Mrs. John F. Thompson and child imA Sal0omiSua g i- -- -- r "M
left for Nashville this afternoon.
a mmmes,' a wl close. at Freh Star Ham and TH o P AE AHe AD i. wi
a I__L 11 hM temM wMIS X C. L mC 1 NMmmaW awards' meat market will clo" at *s B -- be" t I
0 -_ i. m. m *iwfDaod ed to come and play Ocala ba ier
Mr. J. R. Blacklston returned this in fach Week after-....
er-mmToo, frm Jodr. nhe M astrHigs team willU be her to
COMMERCIAL BANKof chills and fever. Price. 25c.
y #________ -_, ____.____ Mr. John T. Lewias, one of the state TU, N T hL --- yr .. W :
convict as__pectors. was in town today. Mr.o FthM ndraft with Met rr -
M .Jh, M Lew ...ne of.... ..0 0E.I. ..--, a M ac ray. to ok th 0110 at t he
A new Ine of popular priced books a t aniry thi n Ir W
just In at the Ocala News Co. a ra 1t.o ary trMrn an dt .I U
A A.Ms- a.,, l, profeale= s-. oo--- -- mn w,,. e f Jeleas --- o ^ ,,,ne htt work a te _ew -mr a_ n li .U _;_
a t trit There were 27 arrivals at the Mon- bm is to ba hmitly, h or 7
d 1 *fb011...11 a1 t at ._ Omdlagteratomry. t aM yesterday. BANKS WILL BE CLOEUD MONDAY tha mut beae wflat the pS bI
1n 1 O*M^ Vat evsin ri t Ih I --- of 0ctta thi"k tof the MaSmIe
b W b 4 are tNs bumd in m emee1rpriPea. peroide Cream, for the complexion.As 'the Fourth of July will all on project to nahee SUM to erect .
S ; rYe b inL at the Court Pharmacy. Sunday this year, under the law Moa- the prpee p1a hwae ad aI the .
at courtPha r m acy day, the nfth, will be a lpgal holiday. ceo m ittee a nS nce h Jut begs m
'._Mr. H O. Adams of Tampa is at the The banks of the city. therefore, wm the wa k oat solicitg fude t pay
R House. be closed for business on that day. take mamth or two before that l 6
Sportant work aIs -llamshea T
A few of those Diamond Edge Safety NO CONCERT THIS WEEK sabcriptlo will coMntit'te a rIt
Lasers left at the Court Pharmacy. ortgae bed an the buildba adt
On account of the absence of several hob as to draw foe r per ecot utu ...
Ge orge Martin. Jr., Is now working members, there will be no band coa per year. As the wrk is a desraMbe
for Marcus Frank cert this week. one, we trust every mao and wman
SOea ft ho ean winl tame at least
SREXA%.L ODD FELLOWS ELECT OFFICERS oROf the 81M bo0s. The termo .
~. ; ~ .~ ~ K uht ---l mtt-insie r,..ortro Payment will be per eot whe t
S1 Try a box of that sunburn cream. Tulula Lodge held its seml-a al IU$140 has bee raie ad thea
f Til II mllfor su burn and freckles, at the Court election last night and elected the per eet each mouth until the amount l_ --_e
Su ,WIloftUK l f is Pharmacy. following otfcers: subscribed, r l pD. for
W. I-. Colbert, noble gran; R.
S S y a R Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malever and Detterich, vice grand; M. M. Little. TOMPKINS AND COWS STABLES -
children ave returned from a visit to secretary; J. H. Benjamin, treasurer. --
090wW' WtT*a hr w JacksonUile. These officers wil be Installed at Of seventeen horses and mule own *%
So othe ne xt meeting. Tuesday evening, ed by Messrs. Tompklna and Cobb a
STake one of those bathing caps July tested for gladers Sanday and Mer-
M OIL ICS ft 60 { a at ow pha" along with you when going to the lake. day, fourteen of them rested and
.. ar sba.om m se .Get them at the court pharmacy. K. OF P. OFFICERS showed that they had symptewmsf the
disa.Thee home r. ma w n INt-
Prof. J. H. Workman left yesterday The Knights of Pythias elected the ed In the baa, which is closed to the
PIt & l l ifor his summer vacation at Southalde. following officers at Monday night's public, while Dr. Mahathey, the stat
Tenn. meeting: S. Halle, chancellor corn- veterinarian, awaits anstructionsa from
mander; J. G. Spurlin, vice chancellor: Dr. Porter. president of the state board
Sa r When In need of stationery go to a J. G. Ferguson, prelate: C. K. Sage. of health In Jacksonville. It yo' have --
!4 VOll I,, *-L _1 stationer. The Ocala News Co. a Is the keeper of records and sealt ;L w. Te ar twelve more horses ow
e F 5on stationed store In Ocala. Hampton, master of arms; R. d by Mes.. Tompkis and obb and
_____^____________________~ ~~~~Yonge, master of work; Jake Brown, six boarders now Ina the barn that ae
The King's Danghters will meet to-einside guard; E. T. Porter. outside be.ng tested. It Is not thought. -t
Sum f u *A-Bw *~m mm -r m Borrow morning at the Methodist guard. the disease Is generally prevalent l f ee cha-e the mi a
S. church at 10 o'clock. A rather unusual thing about the thi section, though further lvest e
I M A WE AN P A Celection Is that every otfcer from tae toMs wil be made y Dr. Mahathey. e oa be e.e t a. -
Have you sMw the new visible Fay- door keeper up is a past chancellor. Two more popular, deserving or hon.
i mmi Mo fill you -" for ce n4 hion typewriter? R. C. Davis A Co orable young men than Messrs. D. W. t wM
We ae prepared to fAll your orders for cement general agents. EMBROIDERY SALE Tompkins and Arthur Cobb do not re- t-
i WOro, of hate Mr kuNd. At G. A. Nash's, co.....ncing Monday, ths am amnity a their hiO t
I I. f ( it mirr M Dr. Toph is spending some time at June 2 th. and lasting s w o. od of f friends .zeedingly h
I Wo facturer -ofC OaM & brick, yuildilg block, White Spring and says thee wneaters June tb lade s tinr hownI .OeWee. thennme O r .
hxagon and octagon bloCk5, and all kinds of pV. are bsve. and 4 Inch, sc; e tow 9In Gala e *. 123their
If We miL employ Ak w erkmien d A new -slpment of that famous Al- ntd 1-get th c lic. O ,thezm as at s a
B tour "ttO Fa"tO Julease.s 1 pin. ax just received at the Court t- sn ue r TeK r oy w .e.^" oR .. *h '
mporvy quarter, phone 256. Pharmacy. METHODIST SERVICES FOR JULY wil wese a__
--- I- lb A oletor^ o Charles Whitehead, merchant and In the absence of the pastor, ev. R I t.m .ior. -f-, it. 4i' IV ^ a- .-
JAM ES R. M OORHEAD, MO R. Ptater at Hollster. was in town IH. Barnett the Methodist pulpIt WlU l Th m w sp-dy
Yesterday. be filled on the first Sunday by -ev. rralnged baan will be ga ttedft
Mr. Lightburn; on the second Sunday wood work. thoroughly cleaned an WEATHER FORU.Sp
hour.m Get one of those -tanch Wes- on: on, the third Sunday by -Rev.J.P.In g occupied agai. ..at any rate.I ut ah o Ju
II ... "--F .- !!-i- lA 4 m~e H aT ;I tl. ngbouse fans from Ht W. Tucwe. Hilburn, of Sutherland College a"dthis cannot be d.ne until -a o tr Thrsay ll "
Wm.... --'n.-E---' on- ... tee jtia rl--a yu f r emo the forsth Snglday byr ,oer. Rev. N. H. horses aore out and disposed-ofIn soom .,-_N ,__A ,._..
Mre. C. ER. ty of Bellnview, left for Williams, e ditor of the Advocate. The
o*U(3 t l WE --JM t 1 Ptneayrns to visit his sister yes- rela weekly pra meetg wl Mr. Harry Flood and bride passed The -lievew W. C. T. U. W
liny Cemmerdi C s UI ---IIX w|-n, 1-ffr l It. C. Davis a Co, or Jacksoville EXTRA BARGAINS AT TrUE 0 ^sffia t t


O J o o h s" "" 7c B A A T. Q. wa '.-. -" "m "t- er.. dinfoA wo gcrnom ha.e a.

bee. polate4 to seeneed Col. Fred leg last night voted to take $500 worth shirts and underwear, underwear for was brope la the tulon- thre etchderodae well at thy ---
.r Cabberlt y as collector eof customs for of the bonds of the new Masonic build- ladles, with a large line of other pro- la.er is thet hiail Hetm veete boar i gr Ldra>eptthg t w elat l to S S
SPARMSAN RATED C t ed Ke and Port t he o ur algo his stomach. He i der the care of by the city sad the aerd to a Ia.
R MOYAL. LUllW N CHEESE Col B. .B Chubb, who has been In Miss L. M. Walkup of McIntosh, yo need them.r yDrr Kttenti Van Hood. othelow wet plaeeten the debt
CAMEM Cr HNEESE Washington for the past few days, spent the night in Ocala. Miss Walk- anedh sarmil se petel. Is i Me
g g-ggg gWstate. that other Florida appointmpents up is a first-class pharmacist and con- Mr. C. R. Kreger, the Times-Union's Rev. and Mrs. B. H. Barnett and v~lete an w se beI s.RU
I *n~i-s~ilTCHEESE that are recommended hy the eMtiast- ducts a drugstore in her town. enterprising young correspondent, wll Miss Loulle Barnett and Miss Louiose Mr L. i the popular 1s-R
tee are receiving favorable coastdera- remove his place of business from Mizon left this afternoon for North shzippin clerk at thel ar &atge a
tion, and that they all have Just cause Bear In ind we carry a full line of Condon's store to the southwestern Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Barmett will Son Co. with his bride i s o wS 1.
0 41 PICKLED WALNUTS to feel good over the results obtain- Stafords and Carter's Inks: also corner of the Ocala House ofice, for- stop at Black Mouaine inn, where lng the Bi Carmelrhael sidu*u at the *. K. K
yJUNKT TAaETS '1 ed.-Galesnsille Bun. -.. fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocala merly occupied by the uptown ticket two or their sons, aene ad Henry' foot of North Main street, whtch ha
^SPANIH MO PEPPER, m aMd Does this mean that the whole News Company, agent of the Atlantle Coast Lne. a tU ema. M recently been almost rebut by Con-


'O V TiT bnTch, p anot tr mo er yean rsUl will M Sarah Agnew came n last H. 0. Adams, manager of the fne MImua iss Barnett willoin them
RAW rr $YRW. T i another 'ou night from Jacksonville, where she Wilon orange grove t lake thereafter te-Il the Young Mr. JW. vter a-
STRAYRD OR STOLN was called professionally, to nurse a weIr, was In town today and ld his ples Missionary Conferem at Mn- M
ALMan CENY, e. a Ti tDOLLA tRWARD patient some weeks a. sc tiwas greatly retrershed yesteaL Miss BRefott haes bMe ch sn p _r
-- .- O T MEi y .II -.-- -,.--i is..cousin ^n -- Miss Doth Pi Mr *|.
I. s at Cornell: One old cow, ""4 6 rAnt _-pies. The Anti-Monopoly Bay, where he owns a mag-Acent or- Ms J. F rtusona &Mlittle son
DIlgcattle d1 a SIun buey hmp0rtedd ci In many dif- Mr Robert J. n O old Tampa ______________
.7 Ay T-t M t cdr, Oe os cow on. 1SwlfoTeatr,-Moooo ange grove and oig turpentine later. have o..e to Daytona Beach to spend The the
Ac r aw w k neests In Citrus county, was In tow" a few weeks. p& regeeS cr3t p
NA Cs H %split 5 I other ear; one bick heifer, Mr.DW opknhniscast night.
same mark dcow; e:-,. Jer e Mra. D. W. -Tompkins is enjoying lsnih. -Mrs. . Carrot ad Moris Mrs. ed by me o operf e
TM hII t74 ed heer. same mark as cow; two her stay at Green Springs and has gMs.. CarellandCri spen
_e..e.s _,-bee Jehasy, ent mrr_ l d ,. . which became afflicted by his str- yesterday most pleasantly with Mr. .
: edo. 0e meoh -i apcht ear. brahabe.;tntouous endeavors at the ball game In and Mrs. R. O. Cp1nor their o- paplu g stati. Apply t_ Z r

MFWIS H e ifer randeL W.' p MEN -OurIllustrated catalogue ex- Gainesville Monday. Ed is alw ay did suburban hom a mile south
.Wbeesbmts. Apply to U Ballard. few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber limb.
Ia iwherabbt. Apply to IeeCo Ballard nell. College, Atlanta Ga.n Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Petteway. M,. Willism Wheo and brie ese p.;
SeeA daly su ots cbolse Corae, F. Hn. N. P. Bryan's time having ex- Master Sam Petteway. Miss Rth Pet- 1lt lht from Beat me
Wm es C l n othi n bet --btAhG ENIE BRGm ... pird as a member of the State "oara teway and Mr. Petteways sister, Mif few orrs visit with Mr.
a6de1111 I m1t 1 f ENGINE BAain stay of any drugstore. Accuracy, of Control of our educatne al Iwst- Louse Gues o Duel, were ris- W. Mat N l MWs. WS's Nt leit
ha e ther i hreablty. pom n and -t cpure drugs tutions., Hon. T. K. e of Pe termed at the Ocal House tra for Ta their re hem .
1 WM < (wilevelop fourirs o j have t pmpe this dep armen of or Tcola. becomes the head of that body. and today.
i KL RU" forleve atp-fbargain r. F-tt als for busianesse of thiesdarment of oi The board has decided to erect an Y .g--l
Clip, m eo ,fo gsaleatwnergh thog .also forbusintr Senduse of theur rgest in he $90,00science hall for the diversity There Is no better sock of m I
m mo -----rOwner. ss- --elec-. .couny Sn us .u r --e ptionof Gainesville and establish law writing papers i the tan wem
m motor.4m. AddressP.. Box M. am &aschooL carry. Case I ad t i r a d vr t
Ocala. 6-24- you want somethhg really nlce. Ty
S' L TYWM TR ARAI We have the nicest line t bk ir dqpge o&. 1
S ~M llU M TYPWrTsR_ BARGAIN b e ._ b a combe and other tolt arta Mni Das Bell'd .o t r
IifatC I hT $1 spot Msosecond-hand Call- Belle Meade Sweets .es te h Tydng A* C. The Teapot t stock. from a visit er he Sa -
p- p E typewri pter; wth f .lly $2;, Mr. John J. Jeffords and f mUr with- ., .-N
wat the r Aply edlately, about 12 other Clearwateria Mis- ner etue
S tar.__~ .t.., oad0I were on the nort hbou nd train today, TUE All |HUE vsit t, ,... .d ,
S PORA enroutetoChattanooT .a HE A her k e er o.
FOR ISAE_ L O I r other points in that vicinity.
og ro bode s se.wS ,M an.har Mr. Clifford Landera. night lerk at M ~ i P , kl
^.n both good soJ^A~ m W1L saM at.- aG bar- M kthe Ocala House, who ha been os e A tW heve-mr hr i .
K fematbcrsam Applyk oLA L ailing list for the past few weeks, has jr m on Dmherty st A- A. .A
A --.. Mme the electricians. gone to West Florida to take a short U u mIUC Gates.
a. M a ...m..... -"TH WA.ON W.RK.S rest and Mr. Marion Pelot his tanlag .
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Hill. $5; Marshville,. 5; Bay Lake, $5;
Orange Springs, $5; Indian Mound,
$5: Key Pond, $5; Greenwood, $5;
Lowell. $5: Patts Iland, $5; Andalu-
sia. $5: Baldwin Farm. coL. $5.
An estimate on the expenses of the
building of the Bay Lake school house
to take the place of the one destroyed
by fire was submitted from Mr. D. M.
Waldron. It Included the labor of
building at $50 and amounted to
$266.50. It was ordered that he be
given the contract for the work at
$50. and It was agreed that the board
would pay the bills for the cost of
material as presented, not to exceed
the estimated cost. and the work to be
done in a workmanlike manner.
Notcle from the trustees of the
Electra school was received notifying
the board that Mr. J. M. Mock had
been elected to succeed( Mr. J. A.
Morse, deceased. Election confirmed
by board.
The board adjourned.


Wednesday, June 23, 190.
he board met. All members pres-
and acting.
he matter of operating school wag-
for the coming year was take up
fully considered. It was agreed to
)ntinue the wagon service
ughout the county.
was agreed that no school would
run with a less enrollment than
nor a less average than seven. 1
r. E. M. Osborn, one of the trustees
the Dunnellon district, came be-
the board in behalf of the trus-
of the district, to protest against
appointment of any teacher in the
ol upon petition without a recom-
dation from the trustees. It was
ied to refer the matter of appoint-
Lt of teachers for both white and
red schools to the trustees, asking
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SOASD OF PUBLIC 4uTmUCWu
Ocala. Ph, MU L. J-e 21. 1i9
The board of public bh.t eUon In
and for Marion Conmty, met in special
aessiou on the above date at the court
house in Ocala .
The fun board couastlag of Isaac
Stevens. chairman, B. R. Blich and J.
L Grantham, with Superintent Brin-
son, were present and acting
Minutes of last were read and ap-
proved.
J. W. Thurman, colored, of Orange
Springs, called to ask that a school
be established at Cedar Springs for
the colored. Action deferred for pres-
ent. Afterwards granted $25 per
month.
Dr. P. A. Snow, one of the trustees
of the Pedro school, appeared and ask-
ed that the salary of the assistant
teachers be Increased. Matter was
laid over for the present. Granted.
Mr. James Mathews of Flemington.
called to ask for two window sash
for their school building. Granted.
Messrs. Henderson. Cordery. Hicks
and Griggs, patrons of Key Pond and
Cake Bryant schools, called with ref-
erence to a movement to move the
Key Pond school so as to put it mid-
way between Messrs. Cordery and
Grimgs. -
It was stated that a meeting of the
patrons had been held to see if some
satisfactory arrangement could be
made of the matter, and it had been
left with Messr. Cordery and Griggs
to agree between themselves as to
the location of the school, they being
the patrons most distant from each
Thy had failed to agree and the mat-
ter was referred to the county board.
Mr. Cordery now asked for a school
to be located at Lynne. He presented
a letter from Mr. Rogers asking for the
school, which was Indorsed by Mr.
G. W. Elkins. Refused. It was final-
ly agreed that the patrons would make
an effort to agree upon an equitable
location, and notify the board at the
next meeting.
Mr. J. W. Luffman one of. the
trustees of the Griner Farm school.
called and presented the claims of
his school
The board adjourned for dinner.
Afternoon Seesion
Mr. Mills, of the Grahamville school.
called and reported that Mr. A. Long
had resigned as supervisor of the
school and that the patrons at a meet-
ing. had recommended him for suc-
essor. He was instructed that Mr.
Long should send In his resignation
to the board, coupled with a recom-
mendation from the patrons for his
appointment.
Mr. H. Brass of Dunnellon called
to protest against the stopping of the
Blue Springs wagon to the Dunnellon
school. Action was deferred tempor-
arily.
* Mr. G. C. Leitner, one of the trust-
ees of the Dunnellon district, appeared
In the general interest of his school.
He tried to get Mr. Brass to agree
to operate the school wagon, but Mr.
Brass declined to do so. A petition
signedd by a large number of the pat-
rons asking for the retention of Miss
Daisy Ross In the same position as
last year, was presented.
Two petitions were also presented
for the appointment of different teach-
ers In the colored school at Dunnel-
ion, known as Hard Rock School,
Action on the petitions was passed
for the time being to take up other
matters.
The trustees endorsed Miss Agnes
Zetrouer as primary teacher for Dun-
nellon.
The board adjourned.
Tuesday, June 22, 1900.
The board met with all members
present and acting.
The matter of making appropria-
tions for the several schools for the
coming year was now taken up.
In the midst of the proceedings, C.
A. Adams, colored, principal of the
Hard Rock school at Dunnellon, ap-
peared and discussed fully the details
of last year's work.
The board proceeded with the ap-
propriations for the schools, making
the following changes from last year:
Increases per month: Ocala, $12.50;
Reddick, $;5; Pine Level, $5; Citra,
$20; Griner Farm, $20; Buck Pond. $5;
Blitchton, $5; Martel, $5: Fairfleld.
$5; Pedro. 810; Kendrlck, $5: Ever-
green, col, $5; Roper Farm, col., $5.
The following decreases were made:
Melntosh, $10; Benlevlew, $5; Weirs-
dale. $5; Fellowship. $5; Moss Bluff,
$5; Charter Oak. $5; Heidtville, $5;
Irvine. 810; Flemington, $5; Pleasant


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Fairfleld-B. iAL Jenson..
A request from Moss Bluff school
for then to tear away the assistant's
room and use the material in building
a porch In front of the building was
laid before the board, with a request
for an appropriation to assist in de-
fraying the expenses. Permission was
granted to make the changes request-
ed and $25 was appropriated to apply
on the expenses.
A -letter from S. W. Williams. coL.,
of the Wetumpka school, stated that
the former supervisor, W. M. Houston.
had resigned and that the patrons had
elected him in his stead. As in a num-
ber of similar cases, the secretary was
directed to write the former super-
visor or a statement.
A request from the supervisor of the
Evergreen school, coL. for student help
to be furnished the teaelur, upon a
salary, was refused.
A recommeade tlon for Mr. J. M.
Mock to be appointed trustee to take
the place of J. A. Morse. deceased. was
received and appointment duly made.
Notice was received from the two
trustees of Oklawaha school that at a
meeting of the patrons Mr. J. M. Blair
has been elated trustee to succeed Mr.
Robert Marshall, resigned. The elec-
tion was confirmed by the board and
his appointment ordered.
A recommendation was presented
from Liberty Chapel school. col. ask-
Ing for an appropriation of $35 to re-
pair their school house. This request
was refused. Also, they applied for
the same teacher as last year, which
was granted. Also. that Roy Jacobs
be appointed supervisor to succeed A.
Jacobs, resigned. This request was
granted.
A request for a school to be grant-
ed at Cedar Landing on the Oklawaha
River, was presented and granted.
No further business appearing, the
board adjourned to meet in regular
seuion on Tuesday, July 6, 1909.
J. H. BRINSON. Sec.

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THE COUNTRY ONE VAST TRAP
Polioe of the World aor Loekin for
the Slayer of Elsioe SigeL
New York, June 0.-Inspector Mc-
Cafferty. chief of the New York de-
tective bureau, gave out last night the
first authentic statement on the mur-
der of Elsie Sigel that has been made
by the police since the discovery of the
girl's body on June 18 In a trunk Ii
t h bedroom of Leon Ling. ean Ameri-
canized Chinaman, in an lighta ave-
nue chop suey restaurant,.
"We shall catch the murderer." the
Inspector said. "Delay does not alter
that. although it chafes us. The whole
country is one vast trap with every
exit guarded. The only possible ship
on which Leon could have left the
country is due to arrive in Yokohama
on July 3. She will be watched."
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i DALLA8
We are having some beautiful
weather these days.
Times are not as lively now as they
have been.
There were over three thousand
crates of tomatoes, a few hundred
crates of cantaloupes and three hun-
dred cars of melons shipped from this
place this season.
Dallas Is a small place, but we do
a big business here.
Dock Hough, Ben Swearingen and
Hon. Harry C. Grof, the agent here,
went on to Oklawaha fishing last
week. The fishing crew has not yet
returned. Mr. Hood relieves Mr.
Groff while gone.
Mr. Chas Rusco has bought out the
store of the Dallas Truckers' Union.
Mr. Rusco will increase the stock of
goods, and will also take charge of the
post office as soon as he can conven-
lently do so.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Morris, Miss
Byrd Smith and Mr. idney Hiers
spent Thursday and Friday on beau-
tiful Lake Weir last week, sing. At
noon Mr. Hiers and Mr. Morris took a
special trip to Mr. Laymon's, some
few hundred yards from where they
camped, and returned with some wine,
grapes and grapefruit The young la-
dies furnished a couple of cakes and
besides other nice eatables; Mr. Mor-
ris carried a watermelon weighlag
over 45 pounds. Fish, too. Ar. Mor-
ris' good luck brought him a fish
(Judging from its size) weighing 10
pounds, besides the smaller ones he
had the good luck to catch. The
small party said they could not have
had a better time, and returned home
somewhat convinced.

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Does your head ever feel like a gourd
and your brain feel loose and sore?
You can cure it in no time by acting
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Isn't it worth trying for the absolute
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LYNNE
Lynne is coming to the front. Some
of our farmers have already begun to
pull fodder. Mr. I. W. Perkins being
the first to bring down the golden
blades.
Mr. Max Griggs had the misfortune
to wrench his wrist some days back.
While driving cows he ran his horse
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