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: 07 12, 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: VID03216
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
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OCsal suspt of tahe Pe inAgs at
the July MUeti n of Seard
taakl Fi, a6 5 199.

6 lngMc Jdy 6, 10M. Preue: Br.
George MaeKay. chairman; LM. M
Mathews, N. A. F rt, M. M. Proctor
-ad W. J. Crosby, e uoa. mu.
Tax Ammemer Alfred Ayer preestedo
tax assemea t rOra fOr Marsa some-
ty, Florida, for 109, IW-the purpose
of reviewlag aad eqamb the t" W
samsents for year 190.
After the board had reviewed Id
books the foSewiN cages were or-
dered made:
J. Booth, west thuee quarters of
northwest quarter of aorthweat r-
tar. 8-147-- aoe Raised fem
$200 to $1009.
Mltchl Rigdoa, for smotM hal of
sothwat quaner, eeet 4 easm
east ad west opestst side, 0 4 174*--
72 acres. Raised trout m59to $50,
J. R. Avery, northwest qesrer of
northwest quarter ad west carter
of southwest quarter of northwet
quarter, except 1 acre to eheare, 44-16-
24-49 acres. Raised from (f30 to

J. L Avery, went throequarters of
northwest quarter of northwest e ar-
ter, 1-16-24--0 acrJL Raised from
60 to $0.
D. F. Stebleton, northwest quarter
if northeast quarter amd northeast
quarter of northwest quarter, 1-16-24--
90 acres. Raised from $100 to $300.
Lake Bryant Co., lots 1. 2, 3,
4, k, and east half of northwest quar-
ter, section30 and lots 1, 2 and 1 31-
15-26, containing 503 acres. Raised
from $899 to $1009.
N. A. Fort, mot st pa tep of
soutbeat quarter, 24-15-24 Raised
from $400 to PW
R C ort, west halt of northeast
quarter and east hal t northwest
quarter. 24-.1-24-1-0 "re.4 Raie4
from $300 to 6.
J. B CrIlgPsouth af gk o thaem t
quarter. 7-124-- areas. Ramtd
from $100 to $S0
3. 0. Cordrey, west half of monS-
west quarter and motheast quarter of
southwest quarter. 3-15.-24-12 acre.
Raised from $F0 to $700.
Adjourned to 1:30 p. m. for din-
-At 1:30 p. m. cammisslomers met
with 4ll members present.
T. W. Ramda, on 7.99 chlns pcrtI
and smuth by 12#7 halp 6 ad
west fan southwest comer of lot 5, 36-
14-23-5 seacres. Raised from $ 0 to
$300. ;
W. P. WIlliamso a, o lots 9, 1, 4.-
except isortheaW4 greater, aa4 44 pt
11 chalas square In w 4er
of lot 10, ad allt V W 4, T7-2 -
170 ace-, Rajeod (fam $0 to 000.J
0. W. DBrant, o lot 5, 394455-28
acres. Raised from $100 to $5W9 '
Mrs. llian Noraworthy, on let 4,
Imecept town of Boardmaa) MIfler's
sub, 9-12-21-61 acres. Raised ftom
$400 to $1000.
B. B. Keep, on lot 9, MIler's sub,
10-12-21-33 acres. Raised from $800
to $1500.
Mrs. A. M. Sam on. part o t 2
and anl of lo 4, iert sab, -S1221-
42 aces. Raisad from $(- to $1200.
W. H. DIk, 5 1- chalss et and
west, O east side of southeast gasr
ter of southeast quarter, 8-1-21--J
acrea. Ratletd b a. 95 he -W

5.19 falps north and 12.24 chalaq

theace Vest 14.71 chains, irt, 13.58
chains, east 14.71 chains, sgnth )U$

J. A. Murrel, do 16 acres a sortht-.

east corner 4 lot BIller's sub, 9- w2-
21-16 acres. Rai&e4 (lfp N$441

J. H. Reed, O block 4 except 2 acres
on south end, Boardman, 9-12-2.L R 3qs
ed from $100 to .
B. W. PFotaueo, oe estating 16.10
ehat~s east of mothwest corner, 1-12-
29. thence south 2t.10 cha s, east
32.72 bah e, anrth 2 waawt

Masah 6t em bloc 7 Tnad
ft" k 2 and LtM a a. -asraaa.
3,1 1- Wares. Raised frm pN t to

&. Priei. 98.m0 chalns Oat w ad
waet 'em MA- of Mthwest m
t anmthwest quarter ma wl ha--
et esthvwet quarter. 1-12-29--97
M M me...a hma. 2" Amt oi ms

67, sub of 17-12-21-40 acres. Raised
frm $306 to $1(00.
W. L. Alen, on lots 43, 44, 54, sub
of 17-12-21-3 acres. Raised frout
$300 to 500.
W. M. Gist, oa lot 27, sub of 16-12-21
-10 series. Raised trom $400 to $600.
W. X Glst, on lot 37, sub of 16-12-21
-10 acres. Ralead rm $400 to $600.
S. Galtsklla, on lots 12, 21, 28. and
north half of 27. sub of 16-12-21-35
acres. Raied from s$1e to $1400.
Arredoado Orange Grove, on lots 9.
2X, 24, sub of 16-12-21-30 acres. Ials-
ed from $1000 to $1200.
W. P. Vaa Ness, on lots 25 and 40,
sub of 16-12-1-20 acres. Raised
fIS $S2 to 6e.
Miss Heles Van Ness, on lots 26.
8., mad south half of 27, aad lot 39,
except 3.50 chaias north and south by
7:. 0 chains east and west, la north-
west scorer, sub of 1612-21--2 arres.
asled from $400 to $800.
Qrace C. FleweBt, oe lot 62, one-
third Interest, sub of 17-12-21-3.33
acres. Raised from $120 to $200.
IJsze Ilewelle. oan lot 62. one-
third interest, sub of 17-12-21-3.33
aces. Raised tro% $120 to $200.
- JohmsO, Brow Co., op lot 62, one-
third aInterest, sub of 17-12-21---3.33
acres. Raised from $120 to $200,
On aatiom of Comi--moner Fort,
boa 4ourd Med at 4:30 p. m., to at-
tepd the funeral of Dr. W, H. Pow-
erm, ad to meet again at 7:30 a. a.,
on Tuesday to resume labor in equall-
sation of taxes.
Tuesday, July 6, 190
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
AUl members present.
Oklawaha Fruit Co., on 5 chains
east and west on east side of south-
west quarter and southeast quarter.
6-13-21-180 acres. Raised from $720
to $5000.
Oklawah! Fut go., of southeast
qptes 01 northeast quarter, 6-13-21-
40 acre. Raised from $80 to $1000.
Irvine Crate and Basket Co., on
peWMal'jproperty. Raised from (570Q

WI! I Col. M lots 1. 2& 3,
4, 12 13, 1I, 1, 17, 18, 1, 36, 36, and
L2. arsm p seotheat corner of lot
14, ad Meat alt of lot 41of T. H.
Chmphi's survey of east part of Fer-
samdes grant, and lots 1 and 2, see-
tinm 21. and lot 1. sectIon 28, sections
1 and 28-12-21-245 acres. Raised
from 2M0 to $3000.
R. W. Montague, on lots 25 and 26,
J. H. Campbell's survey of east part
of Fernandes grant, and lots 1 and 2
of section 21, and lot 1, e.tioEn 28,
setiops 21 an4 2*.13-31-42 acres.
RaIe* brm $70 to $100.
J. B. Maloy, on personal property.
Raised from $3000 to $4000.
McDowell Crate and Lumber Co.,
on peonal property. aIsed fr9m
JIM to Oe0.
Johq Eendl, on northwest quarter
of n rtest quarter, a&s oqtheast
quarter of porthwedt quarter pf outh-
west quarter of northeast quarter, and
southeast quarter of northwest quar-
tar, 1-113-2-130 acres. Raised from
1600to $2000.
Jesse Lovell, on 5.55 chains east and
west on east-side of southeast quar-
ter of northwest quarter, 14-13-22-11
acres. Raslaed from $t00 to $300.
. Consolidated Chltitu Co., on aU of
homas Clark grant, eacept 30 acres
MI ell, ad except 13 chaIns wide
* morthwept side of said grant, 12-21
-413 acres. Raised from $600 to

I. Mis le. oa 30 acres in Thomas
Waqk great, t 1|, r 21. Raised from

Jobj H. Weyckoff, on lot 4. sub of G.
L P. Clark grant, nla tp. 12, r. 23-24
acres. Raised from (P40 to $12M0.
Sarah L. L hCat, on north half of
lt 6, 0. L P Clark grant, tp. 12, r.

22-11 aes. Raised from $100 to
W. H. 'TI=m eo, on south half of lot
8. sauM of 0. P. Cl. ark grant .tp. 12.
P. 22-9:26 aees. Raised from $100
to (99.
R. 4. Beard, on lot 21, sub of 0. L.
P. Clark grant. Ip. 12, r. 22-22 acres.
Raised from $20 to $100e.
W. H. Timmoas. on 8 acres mB west
de ef lot 22, su of 0. L Clark
great, tp. 1 ,. 22-8 acres.U Baied
fram $100 to $30.
I. A. Beard, an 6 acres oa weal side
at t 23, 0. L F, Clark grant, tp. 12,
. S2. Raised fom 00to $300.
Catra irut C0., on eommegslg #
northeast eotmer of lot 2 O0. L P.
Cark arant, tp. 1, . 22, thence west
4 e s, s-mth 387. yards, east 236
yards south 16 yards, east 210 yards.
north 30 yards, east 230 yards. north
88 1-3 yards, wet 222 yards, north
114 13 yards-31.82 acres. Raised

south 16.08 chains, west 6M0 chanlas
north 14.18 chains to lake, northeast
with lake to p. o. b.-10 acres. Rais-
ed from $100 to $300.
R. R. Hice, on counueniJnf at later-
Section of west boundary with lake to
20-12-22, thence south to morth :he of
G. L P. Clark grant, east 61S.40 feet,
north, 450 feet, north 12 3-4 degrees.
west 1839 feet to lake, west with lake
to p. o. b.-51 acres. Raised from
$1000 to $2500.
Tonner & Borland, on 30 acres
bounded north by Orange Lake, east
by Jgninngs grove, west by Hice
grove, south by grant line, 20-12-22--
30 acres. Raised from $600 to $1800.
W. 8. Jenninags, on lots 6, 7, and
that part of lots 2 and 5 lying east of
a line coumencmag at a point on north
boundary of G. I. Clark grant, 29.90
chains east of southwest corner. 4o-12-
utes, 15 seconds, east to Oranke Lake
-60 acres. Raised from $500W to

Citrs Fruit Co., on lot 3, 21-12-22-
68 acres. Raised from $600 to $1200.
P. R. MeWhirter, on lot 4, 21-12-22-
23 acres. Raised from $500 to $800.
Bishop Hoyt Fruit Co., on lots 1, 2,
3, 4, 6, 7, 22-12-23-225 acres. Raised
from $2000 to $2600.
Clifford Orange Grove Co., on lot
5, 22-12-22-44 acres. Raised from
$300 to $600.
R. L Steel, on all of ex 6.97 acres to
W. K Oyer, 23-12-2:-280 acres. Raise
ed from $1500 to $2000.
R. L. Steel, lots 8, 9, 10, 11, 24-12-22
-161 acres. Raised from $400 to
Mrs. E. L Wartmann, on south half
of southwest quarter, 26-12-22-80
acres. Raised from $300 to $500.
Mrs. M. B. Boney, on east half of
northeast quarter of southwest quar-
ter. .27-12-22-20 acres. Raised from
$300 to $800.
E. ,L Wartmann, on northwest quar-
ter of. northwest quarter, 0-12-22--4
acres. 'Raised from $140 to 30
A. J. Douglass, on north half of
northwest quarter of southeast quar-
te and south half of sothwet quar-
ter of southeast quarter and southeast
quarter of southeast quarter, except
12 chains north and south by 5 chains
east and west in northeast corner.
36-12-22--74 acres. Raised from $150
to $400.
Griner and Douglas., on 5 chains
east and west by 12 chains north and
south In northeast corner of south-
east quarter of southeast quarter,
30-12-22-60 acres. Raised from $20
to $200.
Geo. R. Sangster. on southwest
quarter of northeast quarter and
southwest quarter of southeat quaa
ter and east half of southeast quar
ter, 9-13-22-160 acres. Ralse4 From
$320 to $600.
Geo. R. Sangster on west half of
northeast quarter and west half of
northwest quarter and southeast ouar-
of northwest quarter and south half,
16-13-22-520 acres. Raised from
$1300 to $2000.
Geo. R. Sangster, on southeast quar-
ter of northeast quarter and east half

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Red and Fie BAek Work
Special attention to repairing fur-

it Will Pehably Take at Lea* Two
WedM Sw lb HeMouse M Seat
to Agree
Wasbtiaar*t-. July 11--Cheaper cot-
ton and woolen goods and cheaper
hosiery and women's gloves, the for-
mer demanded by the house and the
latter by the senate, promise to be
among the most stbbornly fought
questions n the congressional con-
ference on the tariff bil Many mem-
bers express the Opinlon that the
house will yield on cotton and wool
and the senate on gaoves and bosiery
In comqpllance with the protectionist
Idea of "staadpatism. If this is the
outcome it Is predicted that vigorous
protests will be heard* l the senate
and hose from advocates of a down-
ward revision.
When the conference session closed
for the day the conferees had passed
through the chemical and earthen-
ware schedules and more than halt
way through., the metal schedule. AU
of these, however, were not settled.
Some of the conferees place the
probable length of the conference at
a fortnight or more.

often receive severe burns putting out
ares. them use Bucklen's Arica Salve
and forget them. It soon drives out
pain. For burns, scalds, wounds, cuts
and bruises Ws earth's greatest healer.
Quickly cures'Skin eruptions, old sores,
boils, ulcers, felons; best pile cure
made. Relief Is Instant 25c at all

Marriage of 0.D. David., Cenvict-
ed Murderer, ihr Paltka Jail
Palatka, July IL-A marriage of
more than ordinary Interest occurred
Thursday at 2 o'clock, when D. M.
Davidson, convicted of murder, was
married to Miss Eva LAe Wald of
Waycross. at the county JaiL The
ceremony was performed by Judge
Coze, In a front room of the prison,.
as Sheriff Kennerly removed the pris-
oner from his cell long enough for the
knot to be tied. The sheriff gave the
blushing bride away but decided to I
keep the groom. Those who witness-
ed the affair were J. M. Kelly. who is
Davidson's pal; Deputy Hagan, and a
few others. The bride is a woman of
45 years. Following the ceremony, a n
Mrs. Davldson left for Hsih Springs. w,"
where she wl see after her hubby's as
Interests; but the groom returned to ea
his private apartments in the Jail,
where he will remain until his case
is decided or-he assumes his life job
with the state.
is always found In the same house
with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
keeps every member ot the family free
from aches and pains, It heals cuts,
burns and scalds and cures rheuma-
tim, neuralgia lumbago and all mus-
cular soreness and stiffness. 26c, oe
and $1 a bottle.' At all druggists. "La
/ No
New Law Restrioting the Number of pe
Barroems in Texas Went nto nfo
Effect Saturday Night -
Austin, Texas, July 11.-At midnight
more than a thousand saloons in
Texas ceased' their operations because
of the effect of the law enacted at the
last session o the legislature regu-
laating the sale of liquor. The prin-
cipal provisions of the enactment
limits the number of saloons In each
county to one for every five hundred
people and bars the Issue of a new li-
cense except when a saloon is con-
ducted !a conjunction with" a hotel
If you have pain in the back, weak
hack, or any other indications of a
weakened or disordered condition of
the kidneys or bladder, you should get
DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
right away when you experience the
least sign of kidney or bladder com-
plaint, but be sure that you get De-
witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
know what they will do for you, and'
4f you will send your name to Z. C.
DeWitt & Co., Chicago, you will re-
ceilve a free trial box of these kidney
and bladder pIlls. They are sold here
by al druggists.
New York, July 11.-lolowing a sa-
lote of sixteen gus,. representing the
sixteen states at the time of the
launching of the original Clermont,
the modern replica of Robert Fulton's
frst steamboat was launched yester-
day, preparatory to participating In
'%he Hudson-Fulton celebration next
Baptember and October. The vessel
Is an exact reproduction of the Fulton
boat that taught the world the poe-
siblties of steamship navigation. Mrs.
Alice Gray Sutellfe. ulton's great
granddaughter, broke a bottle across
the bows. Several thousand people
witnessed the ceremoeu. Several
warship sent specially by the govern-
ment were anchored in the ship yards
as a guard of honor.
Everyone would be benefited by tak- m
ing Foley's Orin. Laxative for atom- -
ach and Hlver trouble and habttaual
constipation. It sweetens the stom-
ach and breath, gently -tIm,--tes the
liver and refnlates the bowels and Is


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al medium priced and large that I ea.n a pm.U h a $n, SlM !:R
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nd of the Sky" WAYNES VILLE. C. AMWU iAMIV
Dn the southern Railway, one hour from Ashmevila.- CpaMW 1M go
conwumptives. Hot and Cold Sulpher Baths Ma% l Bit a i ., t
clal attention to mountain parUes. Special party ;a No "i ltirW
>rmation address G. C. ROGAN, M sas er. (Frwly manage at sM
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S* upalwAerv~ica4s of the late COL Soeat Amerka Swiberland Earoaed
AdIl Elegsgierger were held at 11 -Apimt PWru and Argtine
Lapas. Bolivia. July 12 -lapaz Is
%eunover to riots. The people swarm-
was s'!- sympathetic In to the streets last night and did
aBmw a" wIt e friends of the *ach damage. The electric light
de"a patriarch who gathered to pay wires were cut and pillaging wae be-
"thei..rla.s-trespecu. -Igan on all sides. Shots were heard in'I G iT
W Of the nfRtives who attended were every direction. The situation tor
fese and nephew, Mr. Douglas foreigners, specially Peruvian and.
R R chelberger and Mrs., Jackson, of Argentine r sldents. was extremely
,, --.-- ,. Tampa, who resided in' Ocal many serious.
S- -.. y- ag and are the children of the The guards protecting the Perv-
late John Elchelberger. Mrs. Jackson Ian and Argentine delegations were
Se- I Sae e SW de. is the wie of Sheriff Jackson of Hills- suddenly withdraw for some unan-
a e W w e vem *ins borough county and Mr. Etchelberger nounced reason. When itt became
wvj S t oIs 1 eo of Mat city' leading furni- known mobs renewed tbe attacks on) lt T M
tut- men. The widow and the oldest the legation". causing serious damage.1
.. 1 hn _% = M_ daughter. Miss Lillian. came down The Argentine minister, Senor Fonse- n am
Sftom Aanta to attend the funeral. ca and wife. had a narrow escape.
m-- The pall bearers were Judge R. Me- They ran eight blocks. finally seeking _
-gM *s at t. "aen of Co0athy, CoL R. IL Anderson. Messrs. protection in the home of the presi-
r t f tehe wi- Ha .E K. T. Williams. and B. A. dent of BolIlia.
W_ --9 -' " t Weathers.-- Messrs. Mclver & MacKay Th- trouble wai caused by the pre-- ..
S ....,MeKasd t s.adthat ghad charge of the burial and the body id-nt of Argentine deciding the Acre
ism brWs WS Wt n ed. was laid to rest in the old cemetery. -1spute between Boilvna and Peru in
w-- .s.other esunt A gret many beautiful tow-. s wer.- favor of th- latter nation. Brazil as EE THE *UAIll k'S NI
"s a li-. m-- e." *nt to the chapel of Mclver & Ma.c occupied the Acrre territory claimed HI 'S
9 -M- -Oeh tor more were lmy's during tile morning. where the by both B3.iivia and Peru but offered ________________
.. .-W W ..f _Oka-, w t ,bedy lay. and at the church during the to pay for it- The disputed title was
wM ~ yI wor* i ...... referred to the president of Argen-
No. we'ud aad "aft oI Elchelberger was 1 years of tine. It is not unlike that Brazil. at s how
9W AWL -% ohs .. m. .. g He w at one time very wealthy. Peru and Arwentine may Invade Do- ---- ..
o h, S1go:OW point but his, we ith was most!y in orange liiva and divide the country between
i* t*ia S do. SL a tt Jf andt andf the freeze of 15 y-ars ago them Bolivia is the only nation of
S"-- a- pert e-orts of swept- t away.- He was a kindly man. South America that has no sea coast.
.l. -- a v ---le h-W liberal with his money whn he had losing what little she had to Chill in
.s swht r ,. .. .l li -n hs e t Aha msqd a eendato w s.
bI RthU am ge to st plu- I. _t, md J t ao cheerful anid hopeful 1S.8 Because of this and the moun-
% he....*. ea i When adversity overtook him. He wa.s tainous character of the country. Bo- iF
t m loed by all and will be long rmemO- lia i sometimes called the South
a M art bered tor his many kindnesses during American gwiterland. but if parti- | L
"PAW f W. W 9 k wbeh ,hei 'G o *and eventful lHfe among, u. t h,ned ,tmorg, her more powerful
M**S d aT w i-- .He l"a A- 5 ,ldow nd three dtau ~- i ighbors would become. the South
ast e et ,sst, w nre e, s after on Ewv MIr Lillian is the old- American Poland. It has an area of
it .; v Sp s1e S? am1ir extends its deepest half a million square miles and a pop-
2M m sym p rat tby to the bereaved family., nation of three millions. The coun-
de adet p *t a hi r aD :Doee It try contains the richest silver mines p
VW l w? 2W 1 1sm06 .6o a It 9oI COORDON KELLER In the world.
"aw a'Gordon KellIr Is dead. He passed There is more catarrh In this sec-
LMr. t h ta left whr a at bi home on Eagle street tion of the country than all other dis-
lo at ta e C or. whd re ho th n term oon. very person who eases put together, and until the last
.: My. & "0 0"0 h kri"W'" to knew billwil be greatly griev.-d, few years was supposed to b'? Incur- PITY HER TASTE
Nn11MMl PreW Amoclatio In Le 1smpa. as community, has suffered a able. For a great many years doctors -
**" r Bo 'UswlVtb stev eral Pane "great los.6.-Tampa Times, 11th. pronounced it a local disease and Nre- ew York. July 1.-Mary Leppin.
f ft-r a California, W' ugtOP scribed local remedies, and by con- a pretty Irish girl. twenty years old,
'. -- 0UM before retiring ombeo COL. MARCELLUS POINTER stantly falling to cure with local walked up behind Joseph Thompson, a
-- treatment, pronounced It incurable. West Inda egro youth, in a down-
IMr A. A. iBris entneetfor the Lights Out Have Soundd for Another Science has proved catarrh to be a town apartment house, where he ran
amsr Ka elm Ty nmear Paothlatha Co-nfder-at Veteran constitutional disease and therefore an elevator, and shattered his spine
i N York. July 12.-The body of requires constitutional treatment. with bullets. She fired four shots.
S r deMarcellusPointer, distinguish Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by The girl who became hysterical, said
wl -a "Mt aML. Hesaid, the o.P MarellUS onter a lstlngUs- P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is that Thompson had ceased to care for
S bw c ts ew a officer of the Confederacy, who the only constitutional cure on the thatThep S owilladiear
W W mA @W w 16 to-died in poverty In a Bowery hotel y s'- market. It s taken Internally in her. The ngro will die.
-g r t eI wi d raty. Vete buried today he the doses from 10 drop to a teaspoonful. A GOLDEN WEDDING
'.. I T gonrefe d. te Veterans camp here. Col. It acts directly on the blood and mu- A GOLDEN WEDDING
who g -i.-Lf is to -1 e Po.inter was an aide to General Joe cus surfaces of the system. They of- means tat man and wife ave lived
h The e be has been In op one hundred dollars for any case to a good old age and consequently
sailS"tw ys"M5 'and th ef-pAt .. it fails to eure. Send for irculars and have kept healthy. The best way to
..n.. I .Sbie. MARQUIS OF RIPON testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY p healthy is tosee that your 'liver
-- s M'-U&-- O CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by drug- doe its duty 365 days out of 365. The
W. A 01-6 I ts editra of t o London, July 12.-G4eorge Frederick gists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills only way to do this is to keep Bal-
W -M u --SWa moW withl thei aml Robinson. the first Marquis of for constipation. lards Herbie in the house and ta ke
)" mIPA I a pies- ~ RIp M-and formerly keeper of the It whenever r your liver gets Inactive.
"gt. ,g dw l a n I l p y seal.' a statesman of interna-CLOE N NE0 cents per bottle. old by all drug-
,WOl -IN atf why 't01 Herald tional f&ae, bet known in connection ___ gis.
.'- n vNo regmatd rt with the Alabama claims, died here Ortonville. Minn., July 12.-Six pe- LW EXCURSION RATES VIA
* ke Mf as a no theI camps ad ast evening. He was 82,years old ple were killed, fifteen Injured and -ATLANTI COAT LINE
b le Idle for a year. that the and had been in public life since his puch property destroyed yesterday by ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Mii 4 .ns was liUght, -"jority. a tornado which passed over this see- $&70 Savannah, Ga., July 26th. Limit
","m g g ..,OI&e. t -A tl > "-U .... .- to i-ave Savannah July 29th.
t, e SW ta s lAblue to make PRO ISSOR SIMON NEWCOMB $152.2 Mobile, Ala., July .1st. August
A* i eta theaught It best o uit --!F YOU KNEW 1st. and 2nd. Limit Aug 15th, ex-
t' ...--17: i .. Wasshington. July 12.-Professor the merits of the Texas Wonder. you ten-lon to August 28th.
SI *. ea moNewcomb, the famous astrono- would n.ver suffer m idney, bad- 83.0 104.-Los Angeles and San
M... I .. s I aLEL, BaDo.- mer, mathemat. tan and wld. tray- der of rheumatic trouble. bottle two Francisco, on sale various dates.
S alga atl artery fro m elertdiedy at his home n this citymonth's treatment. Sold by dru sts mit October 31. Triable. routes
Systetly at the age of 74 years. or by mal Send or testimonials. Dr and stopovers.
or E. W. Hall* 2926 O ive Streetimonials. Dr. 0-eatte,Washington.Variable
a.Ve oth rLiE MoW rHall,o9s6 Olive Street, St. r t and stopovem It.umit Octo-
e iftu C. W.. i, for Lous. Mo. ber 31.
The mail waie e leePoldie _"$1&70-Monteagle and Sewannee,
T" is wafte" ex nat" and was :07 CARL BERTUNA'S CONFESSION Tenn.. July 1. 10, 17. 23, 24. 30. Au-
gl*ed l ide a W "' boed. -g-- gust 13. and 14. Limit September
,.- "'"..* _i New Orleans, La., July 12.-Carl 5. Stopovers allowed. .
h k' "t e dy quite a isteries Bertuna, who killed his employer. John For farther information call on or
.f I eII ..'-. Knecht. a banker, here Thursday, was wrte -,r Huber, C .A, A. 'or
*"d fcal b oy.6 b.: The B arrested at Mobile last night... and ""L" "d. P. A. Tampa. F-a.
with Mr. hi y toew gt hec met made a startling confession to the po-," "r,. in taking Foley's Kindery
WIt taebil don a a!the.ela .9S~~lic ie today. "Ipnecht told me hisk wife .emeW iY^ you have backache, kidney
3SU mr. Tbe vehclee ran onto -YOUR APi'EABANCE thought more of men than she did of or bladder trouble, fastens the disease.
S ate hrses ad threw Mr. him, and we would have to ilt, it out. upon and makes a cure more difficult.
_l_ lj t sea,. Wul not suffer i you have to weal We fought it out In the baking commence taking Foley's Kidney
M s hiss s. After he a- --t. room. I struck him down, then told Remedy today and you will soon be
1dined U i ph the -ym i a the. Mrs. Knecht. Together w( went and welp Why rk a aerious maladvy
Mt eff the h a-eeand bad start- They are improving to most peo- .viewed the body and she gave me tmee Sold byall druiksts "
ed ahe4wgll/ d1ewu the hil aerses ples looks when fitted by one who money to leave town." ..
the dthe toenge of the hack understands how.
mD m he Sto ok to lr Your eyesight i. too precios to A HORRIBLE HOLD-UP
gU e megleet. You owe them all the at ..About ten years ago my brother AT f A KNOWS
tention and care that they may need. was 'held-up' In his work, health and
in. asat t, MNeltt They Get Care.ul Atten*.t. Here happiness by what was believed to be
.att Mpl at Bay City, was la hopeless consumption," writes W. LR.
tows ant4ay to get couplings to re- DR. D. M. BONEY, ULlscomb. of Washington. N. C. "He
p- fe pipes to their well, which got Eyesight Specialist, took all kinds of remedies and treat- I
e. t M der and will need the ser-. Ocala, Fla. meant from several doctors, but found
F e y P uiNyrmoetlh, whom he no help till he used Dr. King's New
I d I to down Sundaa and re- O"cc hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and Discovery and was wholly cured by -

s rhed '- 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical offce six bottles. He is a well man today." -
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary It's quick to relieve and the surest
. m r, Taylor, commeral block cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr- j
o thOe A. C. L railway, reports, blok. hages. coughs and colds., bronchitis, la
.i i 8a y *a ty ...0 grippe, asthma, and all bronchial af-
i. devie e SPECIAL EARLY BREAKFASTS feetions. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free.
a. I m iwho were In car- I' e washing extra early break- Guaranteed by all druggists.
..kft the lbad department bAt ean get mame at the Elk Cafe, as N
ty -' evlyr as 4:3 0 It they desire. HURRICANES ON THE ISTHMUS 1W ey weminboodo
-.Tnde a d dbe gh-. Prof. P. A. Hathaway of Orlando. Panama. July 12-Hurricanes of un-
at Brpb- brother of Prof. W. B. Hathaway. of usual severity occurred here last night doe.a1eel M 0RAW-
Sl. M i e Shwtls, has been employed as Princi- doing much damage to property. The Her fst choce,-ber law
S. InOe rOetr.ed palA the Jacksonville High School at electric plant at Panama was put o c edm d he choice
., gainemdhweres W ta I salary of 30 per.. month. School of commission and the city was left all Ui-M.
"W hple for treat- te ing Is begftnlng to command In darkness. MY FAVORlIES"4
0%" fit "iKe b m respect.-Leeaburg Commercial. "MY* AV.. .J.Lla..
-,u..b' p'.. ." "C m ra A MILULIONAIRE'S BABY _____________
-. .. Yor.TOW p'recritPtI Wan left it the attended by the hNlglest priced baby'
ti I d ert Parm.ey, are compounded specialist could not be cured or stom- For Sale by
i sad an. frofn pure and fresh drugs. Phone us; ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
t .'t T'tlhe- .ll call for and deliver your pre- surer than your baby if you give it T W TROX I R
^.> eN 9 1S *- ncrlptlonW_ 'McGee's Baby Elxtir. Cures diarr- 1
f I T.. ., .. - - .. hoea, dysentery and all derangements .
',,1 .Pil, e it am own- of the stomach or bowels. Price 25
^* ?.jwegh p.- mLWm ~ rests and 50 cents. Sold by all drug- .T MB *aImGiA
401 a rof tahe. gists. -l 9I UWUUn gUIL
v^ m: i g -j. --.t hK A desirable tBcrmd W
te afty adw .wIb bld a tne lCordelp. Ga., July 12.-With a bu-
ail "o- at vTlal. llis to a let hole through his temple and a re- Ope. Into the Lof, cf the Ocals
iB -" Ivolver lying near the lifeless body of ouse.
'7 *--. '9. : ., iK W. C. Hamilton, a prominent and
l A. ll l wealthy merchant of Cordele. was Oersm the very .best serve of
--. T J i ^ r t I Vsfound yesterday In a bedroom at his sklled workmen with modern ap ,
wwr Ta l 1 country home In Seville. pliances. Strictly sanltavy Electric
69 Many people with chronic throat Rot Runmag Water at AIU Times
-1^ ^and lung trouble have found comfort1 C. DETTERiCH, Mnag
4-/ 'and relief in Foley's Honey and Tar
.- It 8Mme ias it cures stubbon coughsafter other --- --- ....
bowh-'am e oa" treatment has failed. L. M. Ruggles,
e -Mm'imma lt* BReasnor. Iowa, writes: "The doctors I
said I-had consumption, and I got no
ISv an. a o... mm . T s- & AtL better until I took Poley's Hon-y and I S


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Election in Bristol Last Week

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Bristo', Va., July 12.L-The "drys" J J
art making preparations to contest .
th:e local option electilf held on AN I
Thursday. and which gave a "wet- | 1 r M 9MM U Oi,.CjUrIll
majority of 33. The resignation of -
-Judge Price will prevent the souring
of licenses until August, as his suc-
cessor cannot quality until then. '-T ... -
Is what could truthfully be said of
many children who die. They have EPRIN AND TIRE VULCANIZING
worms, poor little things-they don't
know it and you doa't realize It. If | ROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRICES.
your child is cross, fretful, pasty
complexioned and loses weight for .
no apparent reason, give It White's
Cream Vermifuge. You will' be sur- | LA IRON nO U lWI.
prised at the results and bbw quickly-
It picks up. Sold by all druggists.
Four Days Sandy Hook to Land's End
Will Yet be the S "hedul
New York. July I.-A new west-THR AN A.lVA n
bound record was established by-tbb '
Cunard liner Mauretania. which ar- W prCared to fill your orfde:rs.
rived pff the Sandy Hook lightship At dt a ir' ow &-, kind
9:1 o'clock last nght.-The boat clip- WOrk, k01 W.s i or kind.
ped 17 minutes from her best per- ,Man afit Of Ccement brick, "i.lWdigW I
formance liereto tore, hexago and otagon blocks, ad al kinds o f
minutes. ag materiaL WeO Omploy sulied B
DON'T GET A DIVORCE .* r o oi btopleae.
"--- ....Temporary qurtem, phone 256. :,6
A western 'judge granted a divorce e a h 2 - 9. .
on account WIll-mper and b J A ES R. MOO EAD
breath. Dr. e'S New IJfe Pis. .-Yl. ,
would have prevented It. They creaw
constlpatiol causlag bad breath Lad
liver trouble the 1i-te.mper, d1.el.
colds. bani sh headache. Cn, e.nquer I r ftM
chills. 25e at a druggists. INS COL
Washington, July 12.-Preodet AT -.rIAO DMff
Taft has announced his teatatuian thr -
plans for the western trip expects (daraegle Rau and third'
to take September 15th. WtflsAI3 lights, steam aa' furuace beau dgrou tefulty; Wefct lH Ul' J
he will stop among several other tion a fine gyamasium. at ertilr4ds lboastln, teml i ohr
places, at Macon, Augusta sad SaR. base'eil fapthall and basketbaff tesms cblupio ait flt
nai. Ga.. Jacksonville, Fla., OWlming- Nearly (quarter of a million dotIra endowment; upW
ton, N. C., and Richmond, Va. scholbsipsavailabe: Christian but udeolnatotl-: a
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SLof P. meet this evening.
Dr. W. H.Dode spent Sunday lan
St. Ausstine.
Mr. B. L Thrower of GalneAevil is
at the Ocala House.


The pride of the Court Pharmacy Is
Its prescription department Pure
drugs only are used, which are select-
*ed by men of experience.

Messrs. A. E.
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Owen and Charlie
Sunday at the lake.
the guest of the for-

We bave a most exquisite line of
tancy Imported china In many dif-
forest pleees. The Anti-Monopoly

Dr. A. R. Toph returned to Jackson-
ville yesterday after spending a week
with his son. Dr. Guy Toph, at the
Moatew us
Bear In mind we carry a full line of
Staffords and Carters Inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocala
News Company.
Mrs. L. A. Gable and baby have re-
turned from their visit to South Caro-
ina. Mr. and Mrs. Gable have rooms


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sells on Its mests. No hoae-
hold should be without It. De-
stroy insects and you reduce
disease;. FPeole does the work.
A trial order will convince
you. Accept no substitute. Ev-
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Plak's Chi Tonie. guaranteed to
are chills and fever. 35 cents.
There were 7 arrivals at the Mon-
tesuma yesterday.
S or dooseg e* will cure any case
of Chlls and Fever. Price 25e.
J. R. Moorhead spent Sunday with
his family on Shell Island.
Mr. L. H. Pillas of Terrell, is at
the Monteor-a
Mr. W. F. Pulliams of Reddick is
at the Montesumaa Hotel
Mr. Sam Leonard of Gainesville is
a guest of the Montezuma.
Mr. Geo. P. Cox of Morriston, is at
the Mouteauma.
A few of those Diamond Edge Safety
Rasors left at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. A. W. Inglis of Rockwell was
a guest of the Ocala House yesterday.
Planks Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure eblls and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. H. Wertheim of Savannah is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. G. A. McLeod of Tampa la a
guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. R. L. Martin of Lake Weir. was
In town today.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
at the Court Pharmacy.
George Williams returned today
from Lake Weir.
Marshal C. M. Thomas of Dunnelon
was in town today.
5 or 6 doses -*' will cure any case
of chills and fever. Price. 25c.
Mr. P. V. Leavengood spent Sun-
day at the lake with his parents.
Mr. Max Reich, of the Gulf Supply
Co. at Rockwell, was at the Ocala
House yesterday.
Another shipment of hard water
soap just In at the Postofflee Drug-
Mr. C. A. Paul of Gainesville was
among yesterday's arrivals at the
Ocala Hope..

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Rose Violet Talcum .f ,one of the
haS. 2 cents at the Postotnce Drug.
Mr. Harry E. Leavengood, who re-
cently went to Tampa to accept a po-
sition, spent Sunday In this city.
H. M. Sherouse. a prosperous far-
mer of Reddlck, spent Sunday In
Ocaw. .. .
Three cents win ran you for ten
hours. Get one of these S-Inch Wes-
tlnghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow came
ap Saturday morning and spent the
day la town shopping.
Take one of those bathing caps
along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.
Mrs. M. E. Layne and daughter, Mrs.
George Chambers, left today for a
summer visit to Chattanooga.
Have you aeesn the new visible Fay-*
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.
gemerai agents.
Mr. H. W. Tucker went up to
Jacksonville yesterday to meet Mrs.
Tucker and return home with her.
FOR RENT-My residence recently
occupied by Mr. H. C. Judd, No. 24
Watula .street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
Hood. 7-10tf
Mrn W. B. Banrmer, a prosperous
turpentine operator at Mascot, was in
town Saturday. and remembered the
Star. \
Miss Ellsabeth Newvom, who has
'Jst returned from a visit to the East
Coast, went down to Eastlake Sat-
urday to Join her mother.

F. U. of A.

The members of CeoeMrdi
Lodge, Fraternal Union ef Amer-
ica, are specially requested to be
at Yonge's Hall at 8:30 this
evening, to attend an important
meeting. A class of thirty-*ive
new members will be initiated, and
much other important business
will be attended to
CHASE. K. SAGE, Clerk.
Mrs. F. A. Teague and baby, of
Lady Lake, who spent the past week
In Ocala as the guest of her sister-
In-law, Mrs. E. T. Porter, returned
home Saturday, to the regret of her
many Ocala friends.
Mr. J. A. Grumbles of Holder came
up Saturday and returned home with
his daughter, Miss Marie Grumbles,
who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D.
A. Miller.
Mr. D. G. Elchelberger and his sls-
ter, Mrs. Jackson, of Tampa, came up
to Ocala Saturday to attend the fu-
neral of their uncle, CoL Adam UL
Editor Star: Beginning with Thurs.
day, July 15th, and thereafter on each
Thursday until about Sept 1st. the
banks of the city will close for busi-
ness at 1 p. m., following the custom
now prevailing amongst the mer-
The Commercial Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
I have six fine pointer puppies for
sale at five dollars each. W. H. Clark.
Ocala. Fla. Stdltw
A new seven-room house for rent.
on Daugherty street Apply to A. G.


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When In need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. is the
only stationery store in Ocala.
For rent an eignt-room resienee
well located on South Third street.
Apple) to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph:.
at the Montcsuma hotel.
Offers Itas services aj superior work-
manship in the art of painting vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced Its specialty of painting au-
tomobiles. A sample of our work ean
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auto. Give us a call
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The MaIree & ChambaMIS Baok If
stnlam- the new electric b-nit
arglnr alm ayste3 s mme m l
Is here and the warmens are gttieg
t ina shape to put I. t
Yesterday afternoem at 4:3 0oelek
Rev. Gabby, pastor of the Baptist
chureh, married MisSe Loume P. Tay-
lor to Mr. Ernest T. Parker, at the
home of the bride's parents six siles
I west of town. Mr. PaIrker Is a em-
ploye to the Ocala Iron Works sau
both young people are very popular.
John T. Lewis, Jr., who is In the
hospital from a series wound In his
head. Is doing well and has been for
the last few days. His father feels
more hopeful over his condition than
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There will be a meeting of the Anti-
Saloon League tonight at eloCIk.
J. D. McDuffy wishes us to state
that he has remodeled his stable and
converted the carriage portion here-
tofore not used for horses Into stalls
and is now ready to resume business
with the general public. His street
hacks and a few livery hoare are at

Arthur Hall, who so badly wounded l iB M 1 i
young John T. Lewis eight days ago *I
and was arrested. has secured ballot in
the sm ofr SN and is at liberty. His 'E"__________
bondsmen are D. Hogan, Walter
Harris and Henry Gordon,
Much pleasure was added to the _____
performance at the Air Dome Satur-
day night by Mr. Harvey. a traveling
man for a Jacksomville music house,E
who entertained -the audience by play-. ,
Ing on the piano and cornet, and both
exceedingly well. at the same tie.
The pictures were fine. particularly
"The Wonderland of America and
"Any Port In a Storm" was one of the Made & foh m W
funniest sketches ever seen, mitm *- d
We are having the same old trouble, of a ft F0 a ai m_ _"l
only more of It, about getting our -, ....&
tickets and bottles. Your attention Is dison In a -a I
called to the little preface in the In-
side of the cover of the milk ticket ___
books. This rule will be strictly en-
forced in future. We have six gross
of bottles out somewhere in Ocala, In
a little over a year's business. With
each bottle is a ticket that belongs
small Item. Gather up all bottles, put HE [ ORIDA PACKIIC
a ticket In each of them you find
about the place, for you are due us as an D U,- Bt,,s Ir-
many tickets as you have bottles, put --* m If w-- -wo
them out and in future pit both a bot- is ss s
tie and a ticket out, as the deliverers -..
have Instructions to leave no milk
where they do not find both a bottle
and a ticket. It the tickets are out,M T Z M
put the bottle out and a note statingO--- *
the fact and others will be left. This
note Is not Intended to apply to those W l G UYW -
who have put out the bottles and tihk. OUI I Ur IH, l1mII
ets regularly, as many of you do, but i-- ,, ----- m-d 2 -
to the otifers It means business and Let CMd M N- a M
will be enforced.
THE HIAWATHA LAKE DAIRY. The three months old son of Mr. and --
H. H. Whbtworth, Proprietor. Mrs. S. B. Brooks, of Zuber, died Ska.
day morningg at six o'clock of whoop-
ing cough. The little one was named
A MESSAGE FROM ATLANTA for Mr. Howard's father, Dr. Howard-
Hartwell Marvin Brooks. The funeral
"One of the best painters in Atlan- took place this afternoon and the lit-, fil
ta says, "the tie body was laid to rest tbe1 ..
town cemetery. Mr; tod Mas",n a
Davis 100 per cent have the sympathy of the etitm eom-
Pure Paint munity in the death of their bahy.
"out covers" anything he ever used.* BASEBALL* THIS WEK I u-----
"He says, 'he first-coated an -----
eight-reeom house with only three Instead of Ocala going to uestle on
gaJlen1." Tuesday and Wednesday, the Autius
West Lumber Co., Atlanta, Ga. baseball team will be In Ocala on th"o
days to meet the Ocala team. Busts, C o q
nt That Economical Enough ton her last visit to Ocals, was vic- urT I
Please the Thinnest Pure toriou% and Ocala this year expects
to return the compliment Come uat
Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will and see those two games, as they will
Davis 100 per cent Pure Pant will be interesting. Brown and Swan wl
stand the test of the most rigid Pure probably be the battery for Ocala nsiIAn
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion Tuesday. with Harris and Swan on
Hardware Co., Oeals la. Wednesday. Ocala expects to have
games on Thursday and Friday, but ... L
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Sheriff Galloway has begun on the
vagrants. All Idle people who cannot
show means of support had best get
to work or get out of the community.
Five were garnered in this morning,
four colored men and a woman, a
bright mulatto girl street walker.
Their hearing will be tomorrow prob-
ably. In the meantime they are in
JaiL The sheriff has plenty of law to
back him up and has the determina-
tion to stop this kind of business. Get
to work or move on, unless you can
show means sufficient to live on.

Mrs. S. T. Ssltrunk, Miss*,Vrginia
and Master LaGrange Sistrunk and
Miss Annie Atkinson went to Sea-
breeze today, where they will spend
the next two months, having -rented
the "Comancbe" cottage.

Mr. C. J. Phillips came up yester-
day from Eustis. where he is building
a handsome residence for Mr. W. M.
Igou. Mrs. Phillips and daughters
are spending a month with Mr. Phillips
at Eustis and are enjoying their visit
very much.
Miss Bessye Porter entertained
Tuesday evening at Brenau in honor
of the A. E. fraternity of Riverside
Military Academy. Miss Porter is an
honorary member of the fraternity.
Miss Marguerite Porter entertained
Wednesday evening in honor of the
PI Delta PI fraternity of R. M. A.-
Gainesville, (Ga.) Herald.
The residence being built by the
Hintons In the southern part of the
city. east of the T. C. Hall cottages, is
all framed and sided up and the roof
is almost on. The house will be a nice
one, two stories high, six large rooms
and upper and lower hafls.
Nyal's Roach Powder kills 'em quick
and is non-poisonous. 25 cents at the
Pmstoeff l Drumstare.

The city marshal of Dunnellon
came up at noon today with Tony
Long. a negro who committed rape on
a little white girl this morning. The
arrest and bringing to Ocala of Long
was a skillful piece of work on.the
part of the officers.
George Kinsler. the negro shot at
Reddick, Is dead, and his assassin,
Will Andrews. Is so badly wounded'
that his preliminary trial will have
to be put off for some time.
FOR SALE--Protographs of the 37
horses that were shot and buried July
7th. The size of the pictures, which
were taken in front of the courthouse
and as the .animals lay dead In the
trenches, is 10x12. Price 50 cents. To
be had of Tompkins & Cobb.
Mr. C. C. Bryant has rented Dr. J.
Walter Hood's residence on Watuls
street. Mr. H. C. Judd recently vacat-
ed the house.
Foley's Honey and Tar not only
stops chronic coughs that weaken the
constitution and, develop In ceoe.amp
tion. but heals and strengthen the
lungs. It affords comfort and relief In
the worst cases of chronic broechttis.
asthma, hay fever and lung trouble.
Sold by all druggists.
Washington. July 12.-Loal showers
tonight or Tuesday.

Hundreds of orphans have teoi
helped by the president of the Indus-
trial and Orphan's Home at Masea, (
Ga., who writes: "We have uaed
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.00 OUNTY COMIIONERM *to antiug to $97.25 for the state and
r $817.88 for the county.
SPae). On motion the board adjourned to
,'- sothe tqurte, 17-1. --O Bmeet Wednesday morning at 7:30.
S- uthmet quarter, 17-1S-22-120 Wdneedsay, July 7, 7:30 A. M.
S 1m Rai"ed fm n$00 to o00. Board met pu-muant to adjuorn-
Of QGaSoway, o west half of west meat All members present
wI ",e t quarter, except L72 Bond of J. A. Tucker as notary pub-
S i : sortast earner, lic with Edward Holder and A. E.
Barnett, sureties, read and approved.
SBond of J. R. Thomas as notary
tso $1&. public, with L. 'L Horne and J. M.
sor fort hove that board Tison, suratims, read and approved.
S. ... aaMsat- of tax smess- Bond for license to carry pistols by
SWa b d 11 into regular seiItS and following named parties read and ap-
p;. -1Me f-tse the board proved: Elbert Mills, A. L. Wade. Wil-
M ti th l itS labdl Ia equS i am IL Luffman, William H. Polks,
1" 4 1111a3a J. R. Thomas, J. A. Cameron, W. A.
iMi ain of Iat mietMng of board Green, N. A. Sistrunk, L. H. Short-
ad d ; pra--o i .L ridge, P. A. McRae, F. E. Miller, A.
Ca, J. 1. Welsh appeared and ask- A. Olin. .
1 o ilet as to aseemssm on six see- Comnrissioner Mathews, in charge
St f i hat 21 WeUtL Matter eI of poor farm, filed his report on the
N* I r to ta meaesr. poor farm as follows:
Mr..A C. Chambsils appeared ad Ocala, Fla., July 6, 1909.
asked that the roadway o LeM av- The Honorable Board, of County Com-
dmM hb repaired fromg washout, and missioners of Marion County:
t- seed way be ditched on each side. i have visited the county's infirp-
Onft 'f O a was rehired to the ary for the monah of June, and report
.' power to act. as follows: I fnd the inmates pres-
Notary puble bmd by IR K. Wart- ent eleven in number, seven colored
mans, with 3. L. Wartmamn and J. L. and four white, two being absent by
' fw e i Ntled approved. permission of th" superintendent.
AMtmld _autil 1:30 p. m., for din- Stuart Green, the colored paralytic,
o. appears to be g-owing weaker, and I
Bad rea ld or at 1:30 p. m. think wil not Lsat much longer. The
Up. 7 rt of t 011..m.n. m Math other Inmates continue in their usual
S ow warrant No. 19&, for $4 in tavor but feeble condition.
S1f IU Dam.a erdsed aceslUed, ad The field crops-corn, pindars and
a warrant for $L640 i favor.of C. L. sugar cane-have been worked out,
D'. be l e & In place of warrant and the superintendent is planting
SMOe .meaosled sand a warrant for some sweet potatoes. The live stock
11 ld10ed to D llnoa Sup1ly Is a B1good condition and doing nicely .
O. aor balnee of bil rendered by The expense account of the infirmary
C. If D"a. is hereto attache& and is as follows:
.l s ia ero Crosby report the Superintendent's salary, $35; couk-
tedi" l tee oldM int Sat to Mr. ung, $14; washing and ironing, 9.50;
S Weh S l. "red help, $10; nurse, $10; Helven-
,9. 01 eary D.8 Stoke. as notary ston & Pasteur, $18.60; Tydings & Co.,
.puse, th W. J. awards and K. $1.45; Martin & Cam, $21.50; L. P.
Sewai metsa, flea d approved. Olin, $7. Total (17. By items sold
S Itoe t S. T. S1struak 0i hard from farm, $3.20. Total expense ac-
r ea ps t r- s for tree lbmr, b read count, $123.80. M. MATHEWS,
,Ind agmsL Corn in Charge.
Seaport of W. M. L e Lcu erseer On motion of Commissioner Crosby
1 of s aiuws: Commossioner Proctor was ordered to
". Oala, h.L, July 3, 19 change the Candler and* Belleview
SMr. B K y, CO In Charge of read around the northeast end of
*, 1KorN la Distrt No. ,Smith Lake, instead of running
S, Mia Co1, M: though the take.
-N Dear -I wish to subsa the tol- Commnuaition from the Woman's
at1 8a mY ort SOtr the month of Club of Ocala, relative to protection
_ in 1tH : I hve Just about Sfiah- of forest and r hade trees along Ocala
W O te bMN. Oa tnhe Sharp's Ferry and Slver Sprin;s roads. Read, and
e d th ti the swamp, with tho ex- matter referred to Commissioner Mac-
g Ois o iag Is bridge spaces and Kay for investigation.
"t" #A on west ide of On motion of Commissioner Fort it
'd e laed the verts was ordered that the warrant for $5
Sir ellt-te theed each per month for the aid of Mrs. Sweat
,, e ...U ea6h side of river, be drawn in favor of J. T. Lancaster,
Cd W tt Se a tf river easmet proceeds to be used jointly with such
Stoad t I pes s m em a ount'e a other funds as may be. contributed
h.h" -water. After Alt bride pee by the city of Ocala, or such funds as
S-o wa W at atlog a wt J. T. Lancaster may be custodian tf.
/a^ ef V Iwin be ready to take Further provided that a warrant be
p. g air" wk a-hs g r-ad back to drawn for $20 at this meeting A pay-
OsalL Myy -ntamm for the ment for four months' allowance to
MOS of Jue aMGM" to $798.89. aid her in buying such necessary
S TOI S d B4 ild bil a clerk's household goods as would enable her
ease for aem. W. M. LUIUS, to make a partial support for herself.
SHa-d e al Overmee. Marion county school board ap-
flie ad appgveg. peered, presenting schedule of re-
^ -tisus of the peaie sources and expenditures, and asked
^1'-^i _ofrWe shwsi no buas l- for a levy of 6 1-2 mills for school
A .1 rn -99: C. 3. YVal, T. purposes for the year 1909.
W. W. Ja a, Ales. Coemmuanication of Chas. W. White
. "' /l L Dmg s, I'. A McClh reed. On motion of Commissi.ner
".y 1.'A ***tiuar. Crosby board recui...aended that the
1* h W esg e Jeules of the peaeo comptroller allow redemption of lands
mi__ ksh diARAm na M Jimapudhe. me lst' K 2A.1 .99 amea s~ent

chine at an expense of $15M, for use
h. the tax co etor's ea e..
PetUotn of J. J. Outhrey and otmer
for improvement of the public road
leading from,the depot at Keadrick to
the school house at Kendrick, read,.
and on Motion of Commissioner Cros-
by petition was referred to Coumis-
stoner MacKay with power to act
Bill of W. Hawkins for expense of
burial of pauper, read and referred to
Commissioner Mathews for Investiga-
tion and report.
Letter from the Rents Lumber Co.,
relative to road crossings, read and
referred to Commissioner Crosby.
Letter from A. C. Croom, comptrol-
ler, relative to tax assessment rate,
read and filed.
Letters from A. C. L. and S. A. L.
railroads, relative to road crosiangs,
read and filed.
On motion of Commissioner Proc-
tor petition of Henry Hogan for relief
was graptn'l and warrant ordered
drawn for $5 per month.
On motion of Commissioner .Fort,
all costs in cases reported by Justice
J. 0. Turnipseed vs. A. E. Baynard,
Henry SiBmpson and A. G. Leverett. or-
dered refused, except the legal costs
to constable.
On motion of Commissioner Fort all
pensioners from Marion county now
drawing pensions by reason of service
rendered in the civil war, and all ap-
plicants whose claims are now filed
and lying over, will be required to
meet in person with the board on
Wednesday of the regular meeting Ia
August, 1909, the same being August

Communication of T. E. Bridges Co.,
asking relief from one Eula Neal, read
and petition refused.
On motion Cornimsisoner Proctor
was granted until next meeting of
board to report on petition of road
from Belleview to South Lake V elr.
On motion adjournment was taken
for dinner, to meet at 1:30 p. m.
Board met at 1:30 p. m., pursuant
to adjournment.
The board of county commission-
ers having determined the amount to
be raised for all county purposes, or-
dered that the following levy be made
for the year 1909, on all real and per-
sonal property in Marion county, sub-
ject to taxation for each fund, re-
spectively, to-wit: For county school
purposes, 6 1-2 mills; for general
road purposes, 3 1-2 mills; for county
proper fund, 1 1-2 mills; for building
fund, S mills. Total, 13 1-2 mills.
An occupation tax of 50 per cent
of ,the amount required by the state
is hereby Imposed on every businc"',
profession or occupation carried on in
Marion county, Florida, for which a,
state license is required, and the
clerk of this board is ordered to re-
port the same to the tax collector.
On motion of Commissioner Proc-
tor the matter of building the Altoo-
na and Orange Hammock hard road
was delegated to Commissioner Fort
with power to act as he thinks best
for all parties concerned.
On motion warrant was ordered
drawn in favor of the clerk for $126
to be used in payment of free labor
in use on hard roads.
County Treasurer Thomas Pasteur
filed his report for June, showing re-
ceipts and disbursements, including
balances on hand July 1st:
School Fund
Receipts... ............... $5046:19
Disbursements... ... ....... 4362.45

Balance...... ... ...... .$ 683.69
Road Fund
Receipts...... ........... $2SS2.61
Disbursements. .......... 2750.00

Balance... ............ .$ 82.61
County Proper Fund
Receipts... ............ ..1253.37
Disbursements... ... ....... 1149.84

Balance... ..... ... ...$ 103.53
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Receipts................. $ 718.21
Disbursements............ 649.67

Balance... .............$ 68.54
Building Fund
Receipts.. ..... ..........2608.41
Disbursements... ... ... .. 2475.60

Balance... ...... ... ....$ 132.81

Total balances... ..... ..$1071.18
The board thereupon resumed its
labors in the equalization of the tax
assessments returned by the tax as-
sessor and orderep- the following
changes in the assessments as return-
Geo. E. Snow, on land described as
in northeast corner of lot 1, except
4.50 acres in northwest corner, 16-17-
24-20 acres. Raised -from $2300 to
Mrs. N. R. Brown, on conmnencing
29 rods south 18 1-4 degrees west of
northeast corner of lot 1, 1C-17-24,
thence south 84 3-t degrees, east
43.28 rods, south 3 1-2 degree-. west
17.28 rods, north 77 degrees, west to
lake. north with lake to point west of
commencement, east to p. o. b.-8.25
*rss RaeleatA frwmn ion trn *IAAN

so jhdmr of Rwmea
Jaral4 t makes QMn abd tum tma
id26ea q.-LdimDO, the t n sO.
Wdna*nts, aud anpl na adt twle
met4, which sm phjicise wm kier1
essential ia tn e treaUlmt of dlmms ofd
om e. Ytfhbelpcanbte bad,ftIs
better Isabmlt to this edal tana 1
the diseam gw ad spread. Theroable
Is that so aets the womam undmIegos al
the a ae a&M dam $or nothing
Thi B Womern wP hvle PreMbeen
tams In Ute. of the cM
which d the 4msllm

'cares Sta sam
female weakM. It always helps. It
almost always Cre. It i tMeUy *w
alcoolc, a- a-allI itu m
being printed so Its bottle-wrapper; eoa
taisw no delsterio or hakt-formiaf
drugs -ad jr matiUve medcIai rot
entering Inot its compolie has the fau
endoraemMntot those most emima4t la the
several schoolsof medical practles. 8om
of these mmerous sa. strtnest of ,m
fsnoal cadoinmte of its iurediats,
will be found In a pamphlt wrlpped
around the bottle, also i a booklet maled
'fre oa request, b Dr. L V. Perce, of
Betaflo, N. Y. T prmlsoeal -*-
, -t bmeud have far a weight
than any aumat of the ordinary lay, a
Son-profeMlonal twstammoIL.
The most lateDliget woNme nMow--days
uaoet ma knowing what they takes md-
ide Instead of opening thdir months Hl
a lot of yog birds and gulping dow
whatever tsofeedthem. *Favorite PW
scripteMI lS d mOwN om Rm- It
makes weak women strong and sick
women welL
Dr. Pirce's Medical Adviser I smat r
on receipt of stam sto paI Ie ft of
MaIlMi onftl Se14to Dr. IVPMWx
Bufalo, N. o. 21 one-st stamp for
per-covendr 11 stamps for eloth-bead.
If sick comsuilt the Dotr, fre of chape
by letter. All such communlcamo are
eld credly coadeUaL
Dr. ae l PMsnPt P10105Vrtr .tt
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5.06 chains, south 5 chains-2 acres.
Raised from $CO to $200.
H. C. Morrison, on lots 1, 2, and
north half of lot 3. 19-17-25--135 acres.
Raised from $350 to $500.
R. L. Martin, on lots 1, 2, 7, 8, or"
northeast quarter, 4-17-21. Raised
from $200 to $320.
Dr. J. M. Eagleton (heirs of), on
commencing at intersection of a point
1.40 chains west of east boundary of
lot 3 with Lake Weir, 6-17-24, thence
north to north line of lot 3, west 13.63
chains, south to lake, east with lake
to p. o. b.-13.61 acres. Raisrd from
$400 to.$1000.
A. J. Hoyt, on fractional pyrt of lot
3, 6-17-24-- acres. Raised from $400
to $700.
Dr. A. L. Izlar, on commencing 5.87
chains, south 56 degrees, west from
northwest corner of lot 2, Ayer's sub
of lot 3, 6-17-24, thence south 56 de-
grees, west 2.46 chains, south 27 de-
-grees, east 9.74 chains, north 56 de-
grees, east 2.46 chains, north 27 de-
grees, west 9.74 chains-2 1-2 acres.
Raised from $300 to $450.
D. W. Davis, on fractional part of
lot 3, 6-17-24-5 acres. Raised from
$500 to $900.
Camp, M. A. and E. T., on commenc-
ing on south boundary at Lake Weir,
12-17-23, thence wept to a point 3.18
chains west of southwest corner of
lot 8, north 11.50 chains, east 3.18
chains, north 33.35 chains, east to
lake, south with lake to p. o. b.-101
acres. Raised from $400'to $1000.
Carney Investment Company, on
lots 5 and 6, except 210 feet east and
west by 587 feet north and south in
southwest corner. 12-i7-23-38 acres.
Raised from $1800 to $4000.
Carney Investment Company, on
lots 1, 2, 4, 5. 6. 13-17-23-208 acres.
Raised from $3400 to $20,000.
J. M. Wiley. on commencing 15.81
chains east of southwest corner, 20-
17-24, thence north 17.60 chalas, north
82 degrees, east 2.82 chains, south 18
chains, west. 2.78 chains--6 acres.
Raised from $200 to $1000.
K. 8. Upham, on north half oA outh-
east quarter, except 10 rods east and
west on east side, and except 1 acre
to school and commencing 10 chains
west of southeast corner of lot 6, 25-
17-23, thence west 10 chains, north 15
chains, east 10 chains, south 15 chains
-89 acres. Raised from $750 to
Mechanic Saving Bank, on west half
of northeast quarter and east half of
northwest quarter, except 6 chains
east and west by 10 chains north and
south in northeast corner, A3
154 acres. Raised from $100 to
Mrs. E. A. Ricker, on commencing
at northwest corner of southwest cor-
ner, 30-17-24. thence south 20 chains,
east 20 chains, north 8 chains, west
10.40 chains, north 5.54 chains east
5.38 chains, north 5 chains, west 5
chains, north 5 chains, west 20 chains
-50 acres. Raised from $1000 to
$1500. J
A. L. Jones, on 5.83 chains east 'and
west by 12 chains north and south in
southwest corner of northeast aur-
ter of southeast quarter, 22-17-24-1
acres. Ras from $40 to $200.
Mrs. M. J. Jones, on northeast quar-
ter of southeast quarter, except 5.83
chains east and west by 12 chains
north and south in southwest corner,
22-17-24. Raised from $80 to $250.
W. N. Wilson., on 618 feet east and
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east quarter of southwest quarto
northeast quarter, 21-17t24-6 a
Raised from $40 to $150.
Jas. Kelsey, on northeast qu
of southeast quarter of southeast 4
ter, except 1 square acre In saout
corner, 21-17-24-4' acres. Ri
from $100 to $200.
E. A. Kelsey, on 24 rods east
west by 40 rods north and soul
southwest corner of northeast c
ter, 21-17-24-6 acres. Raised
$120 to $600.
Mrs. A. 8. J. McKinney, on 3 cl
north and south on north side
southwest quarter of northwest (
ter of southwest quarter, 21-17
3 acres. Raised from $50 to $N0
G. E. Hammond, on southeast (
ter and south half of northeast 4
ter. 85-12-19-240 acres, Raised
$360 to $480.
W. A. Hammond, on northwest
ter of southwest quarter and a
half of northeast quarter of south
quarter, 35-12-19-60 acres. Ra
from $100 to $120.
LAzzie Bleckley, on north ha
northeast quarter of southwest i
ter, 3512-19--20 acres. Raised
$40 to $60.

Lizzie zevi;ey, on northwest quar-
ter of northeast quarter, 35-12-19-40
acres. Raised from $80 to $120.
W. D. Mathews, on east half of
northeast quarter and east three-
fourths of southeast quarter, 3*0-12-
-200 acres. Reduced from $460 to
J. M.'M*athws, on southwest quar-
ter of northeast quarter and southeast
quarter of northwest quarter and ea#d
half of southwest quarter, 32-12-2--
160 acres. Raised from $M00 to $320.
W. 0. Harrison, on northwestquar-
ter of southwest quarter, 6.13-20-40
acres. Raised from $60 to $8@.
J. K. Harrison, on northwest cuar-
ter of northwest quarter. -13-0-4-0
acres. Raised from W60 to $8
J. S. MeFall, on northwest quarter
of northeast quarter aad northeast
quarter of northwest quarer and
south half of northwest quarter, 6-13-
20-160 acres. Raised trom 00 to
A. W. P. Yongue, on west half ot
northeast quarter of northwest ouar-
ter, 7-13-21-20 acres. Raised from
$100 to $200. *
H. Gattrell, on east half of north.
east quarter of northwest quarter, 7-
13-21-20 acres. Raised from $100 to
M. Fishel, on all of lot 40. D
ad, Ocala. Raised from $1-0 to $20.
Camp Phosphate Company, on coae
menacing 40 feet east of northeast or-
ner, 35, Caldwerls ad to Oe l, theme.
east 210 feet, south 321 feet, west 210
feet, north 321 feet.- Raled from
$1000 to $m500.
M. J. Roess, on lots 1, 2, L3, Teague
sub of lots 54, 59. 0., Caldwels ad,
Ocala. Raised from $1S80 to (2-0.
L. N. Green, oa west haf of -lot |,
Scott's survey, Ocala. Raised from
$200 to $1000.
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o northweast ofqartwer of tnme~N
17-24,qurte ce d wesouth e eat ea
6.37 chawes north oc0 ebals, west 6.&
-cha2s-I- -ac Raised fsed ti
to o00.
B. L Stmook. M thwes"t quarter
of northwest quarter of northwest
quarter and west haMof east hal of
northwest quarter of no rthwest
ter, 2-17-24-3 acres. Ralisua foMu
$Rai to $ t
T. R. aeook. on west lKtcsuaM -
east quarter of southeast qartr at
northwest quart, -17.14--5 amre.
Raised from (30 to $2L.
A. Camera, on southwest qof
ter of southwest quarter sad south.
west haarter of slot theast qmat~ eO
o hthwes ot quartT-, 3-17-4-40 Tes.
Raised from $300 to $1..
C. J. Lytle. on south 6a of sath
hat of lot 2 and north heM a torth
3-6 of south half of lot 2. 1647-24-11-
acres. Raised from.S U to SSlUL
Prank LyOte on south ha of north
2-5 of south bal of lot 2, 16-17-24-
7 1-2 acres. Raised from $61 to $200.
Mrs. P. W. P. Beffm, on north-
west quarter of northwest quarter of
southwest quarter and northet quar-
ter of southeast quarter of southwest
quarter and north half of mouthm
quarter of southeast quarter of south-
west quarter sad south half of south-
west quarter of southeast quarter of
southwest quarter and north half of
northeast quarter of southwest quar-
ter of sowuhwest quarter and south
half of southeast quarter of north-
west quarter of southwest quarter, 21-
17-24-49 acres. Raised from' $2100
to $3000.
W. C. Willard, on 17 chains north
land south by 10 chalas east and west
in southwest corner, 21-17-M-17
acres. Raised trom $200 to $150
V. P. Kelsey, on south half eg south-


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