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: 07 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03233
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA. FIbADI RI-DAY, JLIVI-., tL


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CALLED DOWN THE CONPIuELc


Prs Taft Says he Mst Have a
WNae n Lumbr or he
WN Use His Vete


l *.. -le W o July t .-President Taft
NO W f or spa"t lha n s" s itnted u Os km Either the
is thoe Filtng Anmd d i em roush lumber must not ex-
--,s_ emd $1.M per thoumad feet when the
bi s m eat to him for his signature.
Madrd July -Oleal disrpatch sr wE b reoeud.b
rmeemi se admft that thebattle be- The paMdmut seat a witten comn-
tesas 1o Merih itrb.. =4 tmheu m almlemt to he tarlf coafterees yes-
Cons ta o o C ta e of M July e rday. announiag this ftct. Further
'-,7AIiwm disstros deftet o r the tlhn this e letter said the president
.,, would oMt upon the Senate rates on
The sMers cUt er the Spanish out- gIv sad hoiery.
kream et heir m l a with The plain speech of the president
the a61 Spanish ee, ad tahe Spa- me ed aod o me fo the hide-bound
ja.Mds were driven back euder the pro-. stad-tters the eeaferece foan
WWwwwwwwtrykwk .w ..V..w nGr IntO somewhat o a panic. They had
..etam 4g t ef t tltamy poaged on te not 0 ot ,upon quite such a plain
walls a the cit, where t ateght g and oetspobn Aeelaration.
Afta eer despite ares the PRE T HELPS ORPHANS
Mores sueemedd A efecting an en- -
mtasr e atote he ebty aid the~ agt wa HaUadl f orphans have been
S asud withis l ts wand. helped by the president of the Indus-
T he Spnards r iy hc ceeded n trial nad Orphan's Home at Macon.
padm tb henlava without the city RG, who wr1t: "We have used
Sws e a aft td ahe Moors wtd ln gooe d setri te td In this institution for
nlse yeat, It has proved a most ex-
The Sp ansh lssl n. killed and celent amedine for stomach, liver and
wo ed apprsmatea which kidMey trebles. We regard It as one
talkew no aeomat of the men at thes th O est family medicines on
avaRIene pets, who were evidently cut earth" 4t lnvigorates the vital or-
f and abandoned to their fate. MeS- nS pm rs te blood, alds diges-
Sis lie with wounded men. Uem, create appetite. To strengthen
and build up thin, pale, weak children
,A IIORISl nOLD-UP or run-dwn people It has no equal.
SBet for tema complaints. Oply S0
'About ten yem age my brother 54 allfdrugst&
Was 'ld-p' In his work, beea nd ad
happiness by what rai believed to be PULLIAM SUCCLeLhO
SSepelmasa eoapton." writes W. .
Leemeb, ao WaslMgtem, N. C. e oe New York, Jely I.-Harry C. Pull-
Z- took all kind of remedies and treat- hm, presideatt of the National League
aI t o several doctors, but fewad of professional baseball club died
s b p t he used Dr. K 's New last night In consequence of shooting
Su gLWS KISgSK DIscovery and was wholly cureand by himself In the head in his room at the
; Ssi bottles. He is a well man today." New York Athetle Club.
1i pP6*5 %Uft WSW BIts quick to relieve and the surest
u :U haM fre f weak or lore uings, bemorr- oF YOU KNEW
cio. ophples, hsm and aald, b romchialt, the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
ByIf *r t* tipe, ios an*d rial bsoti- eswoueld never suffer rom kidney, blad-
t e son ser 60c &E d $I e- d bottle ose der of rbeuma tic trouble. 9 bottle two
wholsom 60 be~& Oversatged by aSl drugg ists.
Ce -- by a month's treatment. Sold by druggists
ud BATTERING THEBARRICADES or by mal. end for testhnional Dr.
W. Hall, 2V% Olive Street, 8t.
u 0l9S The Ritle at BarcelOnHa is BOver. lous. Mo.
shdola iWd Mes the War i TYPEWRITER BARGAIN

-D-ayoe, Franc*. July 3.--Spansh per $1 spot cash second-hand Call-
Souriders a during here report that gov- graph typewriter; worth fully $25:
eraent troops, manr artillery, are want the room. Apply immediately,
itterlng down the barricades behind 8tar.
whleh the lasins ents are Intrenched
at Barcelona. A GOLDEN WEDDING
The It htl i s now In progress and means that man and wIfe have lived
every Inch of ground Is being bitterly, to a good old age and consequently
contested. The utters of the streets haue kpt healthy. The best way to
runnnlg wi th blood keep healthy is to see that your liver
Tbere is no means of setting at the does Its duty 365 days out of 315. The
S number o dd and wounded only way to do this is to keep Bal-
At L ai .Jv convents and a nou- lard's erbine In the house and take
ber et private residenes have been t whenever your liver gets Inactive.
burnd& 0 cents per bottle. 8old by all drug-
glata.
-IieTARVEb TO DEATH
Is wat e 0 truthflly be mald of SPECIAL IARLY BREAKFASTS
S ma hildr en who die. They hare
worms, poor little things-they don't Those wishing extr early break-
-know it and you don't realize It II fats ean get same at the Elk Cafe, as
h NyhRY ls chld 1 cross fretful, pasty ey as 4:.0 It they desire.
i "- 'Qe. ay. m olac s ad laoes weight for
i .ul ggleml vde ar asse deal et our apparent reason, give It White's HOUS8 FOR RENT
I: ao e~ at see Cream Vermituge. You wll be sur-
"As dl aet siwmne primed at the results sad bow quickly Moders cottages a onvenlences.
1As d i4 a1 0 mst. Whe r jt e lt ap.dd b al ldruists ell located and new. Apply to Joe-
past wnt Wt eahoIsull g o en bae dH- eph B1ll, at eoert house.
-ra tAt biet r a L*0,er press, It's LONG ARM OF THE LAW
Reah e s116m l ook 3 CENTS FOR 1 N HOURS RUNNING

41 -:l"~ .N N, eaDnn O(kie How Is that. IhIs is not an auto-
_. ___._-,____-..___., Krnagt, Jamaica, July 5.-An mobile, but one of those new 8-inch
Ameaten a named F. W. Dulany was Westinhouse electric fans that I
a arrested at the Constant pring hotel have Just received. Let me place one
i'~~ ~ I "~~~y yesterday o l les o anethe a gov-t ot r two -o them In your home or on
I Aeo atfTonesoMeCharlMng him with your desk. K. W. Tucker, the elec-
embeasemeant. Dulany landed here Ttri cesur, i man.
last etqday from the Conal Zone.
On Saturday he was eeocated here
Sand was kept under srvellance until DA FOUNTAIN FOR SALE
', I s arrest could be effe ted.. A maulis- -------
.: l O trat ordered him remanded today, A ne so11 mountain for sale; cost
pendlng tim lrrl al retad i pa- $30; wlll take $150 eash for it. Ap-
"- .-. rIJA, LA. peru. Duainy was elerk of the circuit ply to B. A. Moses & Brother, eity.
-" court of Wulashington county, Tens.,
~,. and- mcoaded with $55,W. ROOMS FOR RENT

DONTL GET A DIvORCE Elegant furnished rooms for rent at
A waten judge granted a divorce the Wlsteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
on account of l-temper and had Jones
S ; Math. Dr. Ki's New Lfe Pills
: would has pevented It. They cure INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
-, ver troI. te -temper, dispel I have Just received a lot of the
"colde, banl4sh headaches, conquer celebrated Halophane glass shades f-r
-e e e o f hisL eS Me at drasssts electric lights. These shades Increase
m.oders 'P your light power 75 per cet. Try
.ir N ester SEAT OFF AN ASSAULT them. H. W. Tucker. the electrle sup-
__aag ply man.
A. A. 1hme Theodeauz, La., July .-The at.KILED PAI
tieapt of a ngro to assalt Miss Mary
Manager Vicknair, several milsea here, late I
yesterday, was htd st.td by the brayv I am prepared to take any Job of
""- "- er a ud coolnes of the latter. Mis palntng, no matter how large or how


a Id VIcknair, ~who in com wmat a. or how ure the work desired
younger sister, was turning home may be. I have ihe material, brushes
free m a o el shor', was return in home and knowledge to paint and do it
i..-re a aei b wos hon e w*r, was eisa p right Houses painted Inside and out
e of e sohes near the road. The young Or rsin gdins. hard oi flnishlng.
of h t .the lb e"twoman dew a kanle tom he dressvarnshing and lettering and sign
t getting b ut s and the negro led. The scream of painting Taste and skill guaranteed.
S the e ed eAddress P. O. Box 125., or leave word
tel oe d atd earsonste Ine at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw,
TUcE4R r and sear b for the ne- e Fl*
"TU CKE gro was t diately begun.
t'rS t A C"ONTENT.D WOMAN 'If you have pains In the back, weak
.A CNMTE NT WOMAN or any other indications of a
IS .s.a. *fla 1 0 wae se 11nse t wmaeaed or disordered condition of
.. with Ballarra daow LiJament It the kidneys or bladder, you should get
keeps every member of the amlly free DeWltts Kidney and Bladder Pills
S 'rom aches and pasts It heels cuts, right away when you experience the
burnm ad easid and eares rhetma- least sign of kidney or bladder com-
Sini neurIlias, lumbago sad all mus- plaint, but be sure that you set De-
S'-' cular so-ness and atllhes2 Sc, 0e witrs Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
l 1 10 0]1; ,, t -eand $1 a bottle. At an druggists, know what they will do for you. and
on, LIf you will send your name to E. C.
t LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA DeWitt & Co, Chicago, you will re-
i B ATLANTIC CAST UNE elve a tree trial box of these kidne
S7 l A and bladder oPls. They are sold here


I wred&


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lonteuma Barbershop

In Coneetioa With the Hotel Oaee
Skilled woramen and courteous at-
tention to all. Speals attention to
children.


EIACTRIC XABFAGZ
HOT AND XD WATER


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MS1T SITAI RtYI


The Commener Will Remme to T4m3
and Round Out His Life in that
Vast Commeoweath
Bellefontaine. 0, July IM.-William
Jennings Bryan is to move to Texas.
He said so yesterday in the course of
an Interview.
He declared he intended to move to
Texas, following a South American
tour, on which he will start this fail.
"I am not to seek an election to the
Senate from Nebraska," said he. I
am not going to be a Nebraskan. for I
am going to move to Texas, and I ex-
pect to continue in politics in Texas."
S PANAMA MUST PAY
For II1 Tretment of Feur American

Washington, July 5.-The state de-
partment, impatient with the Indiffer-
ent attitude of the government of
Panama toward -previous prepsenta-
tions on the. part of this country, has
called Panama to thne and now In-
sists on a settlement of four cases of
ill treatment of American citisena,
which have been pending since June 1.
190C. The department has demanded
an apology for each of the four cases,
punishment of the Panama offenders,
compensation for the death or injury
of American citizens and a reform of
the police of Colon and Panama. The
action was taken In accordance with
article vii, of the treaty of 1903, which
gives the United States a hand in the
maintenance of good order in the two
cities.

JOAQUIN MILLER'S FIRST WIFE
A Full-Blooded Indian Woman, Died
Thursday in California
Redding, Cal., July 30.-Amanda
Brock, an Indian owman, aged 75
years. died yesterday at her home on
McCloud river. She was an Indian
with a history.
She was the first wife of Joaquin
Miller. the poet and while living with
him she was made a captive by a band
of Modoc Indians for many years, and
she was held a prisoner, and escaped
with the aid of Bill Brock, a white
scout, whom she married and has since
lived with him.
The Indian owman was buried in the
Indian burial grounds on the McCloud.
The Indians for miles around gathered,
and the ceremony aws conducted with
the regular rites of her tribe.
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packa-es. Makes 2 qwar of Pr e. Dedic-
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have returned from Georgia, where
they have been spending the past
three weeks visiting relatives and
old cqualntances, whom they had
not seen for 35 years. Mrs. W.'s
health s still very poor and she was
not benefited by the trip as we
thought she would be.
Mr. Will Pardee is bus cleaning
organs in this community this week.
The people of this neighborhood
had a road working Monday for the
benefit of our mail carrier, Mr. El-
via Bruton.
Mr. Robert Whittington killed u
iarge rattle snake in his yard last
Sunday evening.
Dysentery is a dangerous disease
but can be cured. Chamberlan's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Renf has
been successfully used In nine epi-
demics of dysentery. It has never
been known to fall. It is equally val-
uable for children and adults, and
when reduced with water and sweet
ened, it is pleasant to Nke.


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Ckeveand Ob. July -L-A edb
coampod of AdishertmaeI bd ate ea.
played advY4fam U W mdc te May
means within their rech ot ruEnAl
the peace of mlnd they erave, to
escape the torment of their dabl
grind, believed to exist here.
This fact was advanced by the pa-
Spats of MiK Rebeeca aDomabek eight-
era years of age, wo wasu mad dead
at Gordon Park Snday. Relative be..
Here a compaa iof Miss Brseck
will end her le within the aet few
days as the mother of the second gir
says she overheard her daughter and
Miss Bomche plaanitg to kml tbam-
selves .
According to thoe who know athe
habits of Mim Boeeebek the club cou.
sisfed of six girls, four yeoaa meu a
a man and his wife. Most of them
are employed In cloak factories.
The girl s known to have met with
these young peope at aeeatis held
at various places. They are knows to
have read morbid literature, and dis.
cuased death a the only relief fee their
woes.
A MILLIONAIRES SAY
attended by the higet priced baby
specialist could not be cured or stom-
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
surer than .your baby i yon give it
McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr-
hoes, dysentery and all derangement
of the stomach or bowels. Price 25
events and cent. Sold by aB drug-
glsts.
ALDRICH'8 FINAL END
I dreamed a dream-
Methought t was a dream.
Although it may have been a scream.
Methought I stood Inside the gate
Of Paradise, a happy fate.
And watched St. Peter handling those
Who sought a final sweet repose.
Among the others still outside
Was one of manner dignified,
Who when his turn had come ap-
proached
As though he had been fully coached.
"And who are you?" the saint Inquired.
The applicant looked bored and tired.
"My name Is Aldrich; I have been"-
"Oh, yes, I know," the saint broke in;
"You are the gent who seems to think
A tariff can't be on the blink.
The statesman stiffly bowed his head.
St. Peter softly mailed and said:
"We have a tariff up here too
On all that we admit, as you
Believe In having, and we fix
A rate as In your politics,
With special interests well in sight
So we may get our friends in right.
Now you. for Instance-well bow, say.
You're special n-a different way,
And when we come to you we give
A rate that s prohibitive,
And a you can't land here, old man,
You've got to get In where you can."
Forthwith the saint the portal slamm-
ed,
And Aldrich murmured. "Well. FIn
damned!"
A deep, dark voice cried, "That's no
Joke!"
So loud it was that I awoke.
-W. J. Lampton in N. Y. World.
BRAVE FIRE LADDIES
often receive severe ourns putting out
fres, then use Ducklen's Arnica Salve
and forget them. It soon drives out
pain. For burns, scalds, wounds, cuts
and bruises It's earth's greatest healer.
Quickly cures skin eruptions, old sores,
boils, ulcers, felons; best pile cure
made. Relief Is Instant. 26 at al
druggists.

Wiu-rTviIZi
SJ. 1. and G. H. WhitttUgton went
to Jackoarvlle Monday to meet r-
oest Whlttington from Live Oak,
who will show them around the dty,
and then return home with his fath-
er, J. I., and spead a few days. We
feel proud of Ern., as he is one of
oar boys and bids fair to make a
fiae operator. He now holds a good
position in Live Oak.
Mr. ad Mrs. J. A. Carlton, of
Central, spent Sunday with their
daughter, Mrs. R. R Wlttlngton.
Mr. Waiter Fletcher and Joe Ste-
vens made a buness trip to Mile-
dith last week.
Quite a number of friends gather-
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I.
Whitttagtoa Saturday afternoon and
enjoyed eating tee cream and play-
ing croquet.
Mr. R. M. Hanter has purchased
a new mowing machine.
Mr. W. T. Whittington and wife


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"aeni -gto 186, when the steamer
vessel m WiM wha the steamer
CiMy rf LacB~0- l'was bulrt under
's p m .b... -ism -and was In
e am t e lher from 112 until his
adAs local inspector of hulls
SIM. The latter position lgheld
IMa4 0ath,
m Sa haw was a member of
al-mia Ledge, No. P. & A. M.;
tlMmIs CLhapter A. A M.; Da-
Coamdery, Orient Lodge of
PWfeIeida, A. & A. Soottish Rite, and
a member of Moroceo Temple, A. A. 0.
. K He wa also a member of
nte emiselesC&. a
Captain Shaw was a thoroughly
eamopeent ofeer, both as a practical
eamoat master and a a govern-
A & l speetor, and was one of the
besat k w men Ina this city and
threaghout the state, numbering his
S M-a1 1by the thousands. He will be
trly miMet aad mourned by all.-
oaI e Metropols, 29th.
BLOODY FIGHT NEAR BUSHNELL
Cbemly Aidms. and A. W. HasIne
Ci anmd Sheet.Eaoh Other Up
mIbnll July 2t.-Slashed in thir-
te ples as the result of a sensa-
Usual duel fbt on a public high-
S f d mles s mouth of this city. Char-
-1 At4impssm a well known white man,
i 0t and A. W. Haskins, the other
[ latf- k sm' u snaleng from serious
1MAdM-4 Se of them being' a cut
AbWt the arm ad the other from a
sI ht..I Plnk Butler, a companion
f At r ha s been arrested in
Dade City; and will be brought here
for tra .
Mietl a asain en the roadway
Tus y, It is alleged that Anderson
md u tler informed. him that they
Intenaied killing. him. At these words.
askies took to his heels, but Ander-
am chased and later overtook him.
Wth drawn knife at Haskin throat,
Anderson was about to make short
wok of him when the latter begged
for iercy. Securing an unexpected
advantage, Haskins proceeded to cut
After the eight was over, persons

I Vtl a"d a botle of whisky as eir-
satantial evideaceot what bad tak-
en place. rom what can be learned it
ia thathe. an ht was caused by a
pl TM e dIt is sit i td be the
w t m that has ever taken
Sth i e y d citizens are
w mch wrouht up over it.
TWhe e Isa more catarrh a n this sec-
t[l o t the country than an other dis-
4 p4t toetber, sad until the last
ftw years was supposed to be incur-
S7 a great many years doctors
[ i It a local disease and pre-
SsIbe local remedies, and by con-
s tly alg to cure with local
tiatment, pronounced It Incurable.
elace lhas proved catarrh to oe a
'i tImal disease and therefore
eontittional treatment.
Ma Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
P.. Cheney & Co, Toledo, Ohio, is
the eity ' ltlatlonal cure on the
lmatet It is taken Internally in
dc- fo 10 drops to a tasoonul.
It acts' directly on the blood and mu1
ens surfaces of the system. They of-
fer one hundred dollars for any case
It fall to cure. Send for circulars and
testlmonlals. Address: 1. J. CHBNEY
& CO, Toledo Ohio. Bold by drurg-
git, Tic. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constIpation.


0OOKERW TRAP FOR Bl
woe\or at tWr wi.
Kiled Hi Wife
BIlthvlUe, Ga.0 July s.
as hanett Booker bad se
glar was discharged yester
tg when Mrs. Booker eni
door of his store. killing her
Everyone would be benefit
la N wefs Orino Laative.
eh and liver trouble and
eoatlpsatim. It sweetens
ach mad breath. gently ttam
trer and regulates the bow
much superior to ptls and
hxabiv Why not try Fok
1attve today? Sold by all

HOW HE OBTAINED CC
Smn over in Winer.,
planed that be was sck t
and not a soul came to see
adds, however, that on Sett
rdemd a Jug of whisky and
to se him the first nibht It
FOR RliT-My resident
occupied by Mr. H. C. J
Wtla *street. Apply Dr.
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Not tos a g there were may towns Wsbasintom July .-Tbe starif bil
that id at have a single bank. To- s completed. An agreement on al
day, bans have become so important disputed points was reported yestr-
In everyday Ilfe that when a new town day afternoon aad the everees' re-
is started the seboolhouse and the port signed by the repilan eam-
bak are among the first institutions, ferees The ouse will vote ou t to-
Along with education goes the bank. orrow and the enase will begin
hand in hand. The people consider conQhP'Vrg Monday.
the service of the bank as Important President Tat compelled the con-
ada necessary as the schoolouse. ferees to rese their rates on lumber
Each is a part of the community's suc- and gloves before he would sanction
cesesfl existence. the report. The democratic conferees
The fathers and mothers who send were called into the conference early,
their children to the seboolhouse, come but when Tafts ultimatum arrived
to the bank as regularly as the child- they were dismissed until that matter
rea go to school. The bank contrib- was agreed upon.
utes to the fe success of men and These, rates were adopted: Gloves.
women as the schoolhouse does to the same as existing, except Schmaschb
preparation of the children for sue- gloves, which are $1.25 a doen pairs
ceau lives rough lumber, $12 per thousand feet;
The benefits of our service add to the finished on two sides, $2.15; three
upbuilding of.the community and sur- sides, 2.41%; four sides. $2.0; shin-
rounding territory. As the children go gles. fifteen cents a thousand; pig
to their teacher for personal assist- lead in bars, two and one-eighth
ance, you can come to us for individual cents a pound; hides, free. Hosiery
help in financial matters. was increased twenty per cent over
We are as dieply interested In your existing rates in grades valued at
business success as the teacher is In from one to two dollars per dozen
the advancement of the pupils. Our pairs. In other grades the Dingley
service and benefits are as freely giv- rates were retained.
en to the people as Instructio Is to the Experts say that the new bil will
school children. / Increase from one to three per cent
over the Dingley law. The repub-
THE MUNROE & CHAMBLIS BANK lcan conferees say that articles put
... .. on the tree list reduce the rate con-
Ocaa Florid siderably below the existing law.

NEW MUSICAL! COMEDY SUCCESS
MAN AT VARIOUS AGES --
M __T "Alabama," Is an undoubted song hit
At 2 be thought fate was making a In the new musical comedy, Tbhe
special effort to keep him down. Broken Mo." This song has been se-
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done great thing f his wife had not will be gwen, wards and music com- -
been such a handicap. plete. You can get this with next Sun- i
At 40 he believed he would have day's World without extra charges. GOOD JOBS FOR MEN.
been a great man If his children had Also a "funny paper" In colors, a com-
not made It necessary for him to cling plete magazine nd ffty odd pages of evemm et Needs Petffie Clia,
to the sure things. regular newspaper. Order from news- Caries, and Mail Cleris.
At 50 he was poailve that there was dealers in advance. Salary E00 to $1 0
a conspiracy against him on the part Why don't you work for Uncle Sam?
of his fellow-men. eight thousand positions are to be fit-
At 60 he felt that if he could have r ed. The pay is large; the hours short;
.been 35 again nothing could have you get a vacation, with pay, every
stopped him. year, and no lay-off at.any time.
At 70 he began to believe that he The government wants men over. 18
had failed because of a lack of cour- 'j years old, with only common, everyday
age and inability to make the most of education to take aumainations in this
his opportunities. vicinity, on Nov. 17, for positions M A MPLM 4tI
At 80 he was almost sure of It-Ex. mentioned above, and the government W. AS OT iER A
DON'T NEED GLASSES civil service Instructors, with their e-
pert knowledge of the examination can R lAI eN1 AND iL VM,
C A S T R IA Many people do not need glass but ppre any man to pass n a few
A most people do. weeks. man AT REASONABLE 1
C A S OI w Im You may be one of the majority. Any reader of the Star who wishes -
7a W ia g ggl C8d a There are two ways of finding out to work for Uncle Sam. can get com-
Ir ill V a t ------ One-await for time and disease to plete free' information how to prepare Al lM A
Two--Consult us about It writing the government Civil Service | -
ers the .f We Can Tell You whether or not you Instructors, Dept. 47 Rochester, N. Y.
of.tuArMof ArUE need them. DR D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist, We are mailing to our customers.
Ocala, FIa. friends and the public in general some ,
A NERVOUS HUSBAND Ofce hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and .30 very valuable information. If you do
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab- not get this information it ist your
Mtook His Wife for a Burglar With oratory, rooms 2 and.4 Gary block. fault and not ours, for your name is .
Fatal Result not on our mailing list In this case
If people with symptoms of kidney we would thank you to send us a card,
Boston, July 30.-In excitement or bladder trouble could realize their containing your name a.d address, and
caused by belief that burglars were danger they would without loss of the Information *ill be sent to you.
In the house. Harry Pierce, a shoe de- time commence taking Foley's Kidney Respectfully. The Globe, the 'Underg-
signer, shot and fatally wounded his Pills. This great remedy stops the selling Store In Ocala."
wife last night. Pierce was taken pain and the Irregularities, strength-
into custody and released after Inves- ens and builds ua these organs and i
tigation, which proved the shooting to there is no danger of Bright's disease II MI FS i iMB
have been accidental or other serious disorder. Do not dis-R Conventions held ~very Monr-
S.. .. regard the early symptoms. Sold by day evenifg In Castle Hall.
Many people with chronic throat all druggists. over Peyser's store. A cordial
and lung trouble have found comfort welcome to visiting knights. .-__
and relief in Foley's Honey and Tar Sidney Hal ,- C. C U dl N
as t cures stubbon coughs after other LLER Chas. K. Sae, K. of R. and S.
treatment has failed. L. M. Ruggles, R. D. FU TLA ea
Reasnor, Iowa, writes: "The doctors
said I had consumption, and I got no DENTAL SURGEON L e. AF.eA I W A'N
better until I took Foley's Honey and Tulula Lodge. No. l8
pain In my lungs and they are now as Balk. ery 0 Tuesday mveni
sound as a bullet" Sold by all drug- nin on aw YtoyJ
dst O AL RIn Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers -
SOCALA LORIDA ways welcome. - grf ? T s a
A CORPSE EXCURSION TICKET TERMS. CASH. W. L. Eolbert, N. T. W
CORPSE EXCURSION TICKET M.. M itUte. Secretary.
"It may be economical; it is certain. CM .B _' M A Ct Se -rtay V iF-iR
ly ridiculous," said Senator Tillman of J CH A E. OCALA LODGE
a proposition he opposed. 'It reminds TA a vI ID UR CI NO. .,
me of Calhoun White. J ... "l -- -L LL-I
"Calhoun White stuck his head in R 1. L
through the ticket window of Salters10 and M
depot railroad station and said: Second Floor. Holdpr Block. evening n each month
'BOa, gjmme tw-uo rouObd trip tick-Vwsit-
ets t Society Hill; one for myself and OCALA, FLORIDA until October. V mlit-
one for a corpTERS, CASH. Ing brethren always welcome.
one for a corpse.' TERMS, CASH. Bradford Webb, E"alted Ruler.
'1' never heard of nobody buying S radpn w....e re ,t aR-
excqrson tickets for corpses." said the Stephen Jewett Secretary.


Instantly. agent. WJat's 'the meaning of this?' i B| AL r
"'Well. boss.' Calhoun White re- F. -LA-O *CAL& AME
ed by tak- pled, 'my brother Webster died yes-
for stom- terday and I want to take the corpse U etal l ur eon N O.,. 1v14 L ,
habitual up to Society HUill and let the family
the stom- review the remains, and.then I'll bring f f C fIte Meets every nfrst and
plates the him back to Salters depot here and bird Wednesday even-
els and is bury him. Thatll be a big sight cheap- P1h5e 311. Ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren
Ordinary er than for the whole family to traipse Ofce hours: to 12 a. i ; 1 to always welcome.
ey's Orino all the way from Society Hill and all 6 c. to P. W. Ditto Presdent
druggists the way back again." W. C. Moore. Secretary.
TERMS, CASH.
MNPANY Delay In takin Foley's Kindey
Ga, com- or bladder trouble, fastens the die F E McCLA E aro d THE -D
two weeks upon and makes a'cure more difficult. F. M C LAL S No. 19 meets an the
him. He Commence taking Poley's Kidney temple on the frt and
ing up be Remedy today and you will soon be S c third Thuraday eve-
fve came ell W6y risk serious malady? ns each month. Visitdai others
I JS?"8 S^ blnaa Sngtr each month. Vhdtll brothers
arriv. Sold by General Praetie Call Made Promptly cordially Invited. J. A Bouvier, W. M.
Recently PAN BARGAINS Nig.t or Day W. V. Wheeler, Be ar
SNo t4 An eht-Inch Westinghouse electric Spcil Attertion to Obtrtrics Di- OCALA CHAPTCR NO. 1, R. A.
. Water fan that Is positively guaranteed to
Ott burn only three cents worth of elec- seas of Women and Children Regular convocations of the Ocala
tricity In ten hours steady running. Chapter No. ., U. A. M., on the 4th
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the .Office: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
ectrcal supply man. Second Floor; Phones, Office No. 33 N L Gttb, H. P.
Siesidence, No. 33. Jake Brown. Secretary.
PIANO TUNING OCALA, FLORIDA
OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO. 41 1. O. R. M .
Ten years experience. References, eets day ev s at
any music teacher in Oeala. any Meets Thursday evening at 7., at (
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone CHAILES D. HULBERT D. Tonge's HalL W. Gray, C. of I
328. A M. Lansford, city. 1-8-ttf
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND Nf W r
Bear in mipd we carry a tun line of r OiWP2 W AND F--- M-
Staffords and Carter's Inks; also 8 Vu9m u
fountain pens from I1 up, at the Oeala Ofce Second Floor The Munroe & 14L
News Company. Chambliss Bank Buading, OcalaS Next regular monthly djstig wi
LOS- tween Oa rFlorida. be held Friday evening, Ab 12th, at
LOS 1-Between Ocala Fmrniture 7:'3 o'clock in Tone's Hal ViaitfiL
company's store and Holder block, gold Telephones-O-ffce 22; Residence. 7o ke alwa wel
sunburst pin with pearls and diamond 221. overeigns ae always e
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SMr. W. I. Aeree of Jacksonvifle is
Sat d the Me a atmeama boeL.
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d Tr wtee U arrials at the Ocala
,e .r fa oe Ky.
1Can ad see the new books at the
athe O0"t News Co.
Mr. B. Craig, the popular drug
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a, ti a visit to Bewanee, Tenn.

;..: 001lm %P 1 Try a bo o of that unburn crenm,
for Imbri aad reckles, at the Court

Mr. LS3. hn, a, St. uis. .

WANTUD-4or 5-room cottage in
) NSApYW A EAnURg he bthY neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
X., Star oface.
SMr. J. W. Thurlow of Cincinnati, Is

S:fomAsh ev~" : ti of the Ocal Ho e.Ho
V Fi O OA"POR DRENT-ar. r shed rooms, tnwo
WSurnedVILS, .Q Atitede Z Fed bloks from square, modern conven-
ar now ft Ashevll". Cpapelty M geess enes ; 14 WatAal street.
Sptaim haith paMu sad D rll r to r ( e Drie S. MeaMs of McIntosh, is
I a c' ag. overlyy msae at r othaOcala na
1 "e aN orwi thnoe bathing cars
t- tal3o witha yaou e en goigto the tiaki e
PA Gtet them at "tee mcart pharmacy.
a iMr. C. Hlliard of Jacksonville s.
COEG E a ueat of the Ocala House.
.LD. .. .Loeno o nts that oa ua can nd eay-
Sv l.. r :thing yoU wan t In crockery and glas-
OOLS Or lUSICM EXPRESSION, was at the Ocala News Co.
S.i.- o *,o. i :1- A S AN Mr. W. P. Blaeon of Danlle, Va, s
:.. a t the Ocala House.

Sahletle klds. boating tennis courts, golf links; holes typewriter?- R. C. Davis A Co.,
r~lbi CbS.n tems chamb s at Florida In 10.. general agents.
am" itr endowment: epenasses moderate:
Ci m ibut ndmWominational; stmis for Mr. J. C. Woodard of Collegee Park,
I here l the Interest of his college.
Mr. W. H. Boswell of Hernando Is
SP Cdelaegpe Addre Is thePldst at the O calaHouse.
~I -ft W.W Pa nnar 1R: Nuanally's fne caadies fresh every
week only at the Poatotace Drgstore.
Mr.. U. P. Rents and children re-
turned from Seahreeae yesterday.
C br**A^ -,d ^ A X9 fR. C. Davis A Co., of Jacksonville,.
PJ : S y -^ Mhandle ilk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
i .^L -aI c INE 4 1h;7 per doaen.
*y FABTXST TRAINS tinu Mary Proctor, the trained
nurse, after a vielt to relatives In
l .riw r -Wrw. a ^ OOala, returned to Jacksonville today.
St'" .^* .. ..... Art C: aml pm- Plank's Chill Toac, guaranteed to
** .Tha Cre ... .L 5:a am :0 eare ehilli sad fstver. 25 cents.
.. ..L.a. Ct .. ......Lv 5:15 am 4:58 pm
3$ **B *** City . ..L. 15:1 am :S S pm Mr. W. & Gallagher of Savannah, a
S. .*. .. L 1:5 a- 3: 2 p popular traveliag Laa, Is at the Ocala
.. .. .. .WhidO .. .. .. .L'1l:48 pell:37 am Bosea.
.* .. .. .. Lr:l7 apm :1 aa
I,..? .*.mvsle .. Lm : p : am Miss Bauneyr a young lady from
.. .. iJtoanvmllle..... At :a 5 pmI: :am Gerg. sthe guest of Mr. and Mrs.
B, 9g *..Saah ... .. ..Ar 1: pm 2:46ama P. Rents.
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... ..aa .. .. Ar : : ap Mr. J. K. Christian of Mclntosh is
', a..BniBmod ...... Ar 10:40 pm 12:5i pm In town.
S. 'Ll7nmt .. ... LT : m 9:6 am
S. ..MItmoet .. ... Lv '& pm :0 am OR SALB-M: auto buggy, 40-
*-hT '* ** **C .J.v 3 Sp 8:2 5 am amb wheel, solid rubber tire, 20-horse-
T ** ** **.. Ly': 1: pml2:10 am power, 2-cyllnder engine, full leather
.ua ntl a. L top; refitted with new parts. Box 473,
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TO AND- FROM NEW YORK
ts-, a wer a time and eeetims With
*a~rGam an d are et guarateed.
Can betwem Thaaps ad New Tork
hoSebrontr Mon. go
S rpCank. between Jaekstovile and
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Mr. Robert Murrell has returned
ha returned from a visit to Orlando.
The prescription aepEv...nt bi the
mie stay of any drugstore Accuracy.
reliablhty. pruptmess and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest In the
country. Send us your prescriptions.
Tydinga f: Co
Mr. Otto Ihrig has been transfer-
ed from the Oeala potoffice to the
Jackseville office and leaves in a day
or two to take up his new duties.
There is no better stock of fne
Swriting papers n the city than we
carry. Come nl and look It over If
you want something really nie. Ty-
disp A Co.
P. McalP of Tampa, representing
the Seekinger Frit Co., is in the city
Interviewing the fruit dealers and
sid almost every dealer In town. Mr.
MeOall is probably the youngest trav-
*Ua man In the state, though a very
smeaeem(l me. He is only 15 years
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The plans are ready for bids on the
construction of the large and hand-
some concrete building of the Carml-
chael & Son Co.. on the present site
of their business hque. This build-
In will be absolutely fire proof, and
one of the handsomest and most ex-
pensive in the city,

$100 FOR TOTING A PISTOL
Will Morton, colored, from Marti
City, was tried this morning before
Justice Lyles on the charge of carrying
a concealed weapon. He was convict-
ed and sentenced to pay a fine of $100
and costs or spend six months in the
county road gang.

TRIBUTE OF REMEMBRANCE
The vestry and members of St.
James P. E. Mission church, Ocala.
presented Rev. G. H. Harrison with a
beautiful silver cup as a parting token
of the deep respect they have for him.
MEN-Our Illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Atlanta. Ga.
Notice the advertisement of reduc-
ti1b In price on trousers at Jery Bur-
nett's next Monday and Tuesday only.

Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumes, powders" and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydlngs &
Company.

Mr. R. E. Cole leaves tonight for
Jacksonville, for a short visit with his
family, when he will sall via the Clyde
Line for New York to spend his vaca-
tion.

Foley's Honey and Tar not only
stops chronic coughs that weaken the
constitution and develop in consump-
tion, but heals and strengthen the
lungs. It affords comfort and relief in
the worst cases of chronic bronchitis.
asthma, hay fever and lung trouble.
Sold by all druggists.

The fruit dealers of the city have
a fine lot of California fruit on hand.
and the apples of the new crop
were on sale this week.
Mr. Blair of Martin, an aged gentle.
man, is quite ill and Dr. Walter Hood
went up to see him yesterday after-
noon.
Mr. J. N. Tiller of Martin was in
town today. Mr. Tiller has Improved
a great deal lately and Is nearer well
than at any time since he happened
to a serious accident last summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Uvingston and
baby returned today from their visit
to Clearwater. The little one, who
was very sick when they went away,
Is much better now.
Have you seen the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?



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TEAPOT

GROCERY,

Dr. T. J. Mahabry. of Jack velll,
state veterinarian, Is at the Oeala
House for day or two. Dr. MaYi
came down to see if there were any
new developmental i t matter o
slanders amonu horses.,
Mr. Iaac Stevens is takdn care of
Sd Flbaley's fruit stand during id's
absence In New York.
Mrs. Fred McAteer has returned
from a visit to relatives at Bushnel.
Mr. Albert Williams. representing
Loeb Sos & Co., makers of fe tal-
ored clothe, of Ct-Innatl, is in the
city today.
Mr. and Mrs. 7. C. Chambliss are at
Davisboro, Ga.. visiting among rela-
tives fora few days and far there
will go to other places before retrn-
ing home.


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Thes w he -a garb deew w&
b edi iI OCRIN tbb s mea nemt
W-M. -' are :hw s"-i.
a" sed saI seei and thsea s
.. .g. b... t' t as m e.
Sr the past m yea l wMbe ro ews
wal mrnd h.ape Su t 4W .A.ft."
'"um and Invdmeas Pri Im wu
be resmodlaed a reat diea mere
rSoPerty -Seman the bas wals oa te
city.
VAUDEVILLE AT THE
AID DOME NEXT DEOK
Ocala's open air theater wM mt
lat night with people who rea
the sew a nu h or meeor bving been
deprived of t by the rain the tw o ge
eedtg nghts. Their was a gaed i
aof eject Tbh wesm dry wa a
thriler. and the reformation o the
tern parent was a joker. The psgram
fbr tonight remies W--wlIIVr
Wrghtrs Aeruglene Is at particular
1intret Just at this thtn and Tbhe
Orange Growers Dauglhter" hedi be
of lntrest to a Plorida audience at any
Uti. "Playing Patience" is hand-
ted and there e two ether good
s-Qecb.
Mr. Tucker wll have vaudeville on
next week. He heant decided yet jst
what he will have. but several good
thin s are ofered, and he intends to
pick out the best,
PRACTICE MAKJ
NEAR PERFECTT
The picked shooters of the Ocala
RIles have been out at ort King ev-
ery other afternoon this week. peg-
ging away at the target and showing
Improvement every day. The ore
yesterday was u tollowa:
Knght, 40; Tucker, 34; Leitor. 3:
Carlsle 3.
The squad 'to represent the eor-
pany will be selected tomorrow after-
nooL.


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RUNAWAY THIS AFTERNOON "----


A double team from the Silver Tip
Livery ran away at 3 o'clock this aft-
erooa and on the north side of the
square the buggy turned almost over.
the top and seat breaking off and Mr.
M. Haughton and the driver were
thrown violently to the brick pave-
ment. Both were braised badly but
not seriously Injured. Their escape
was fortunate. The team ran on and
broke the tongue out of the buggy.
leaving it In front of the Ocala Par-
niture company's store.

IN THE BASEBALL WORLD
At Eastl yesterday Ocala won the
game In a walk by the score of 7 to I.
Windham, Orlando's expert twirler,
worked for Eustis, but to no avall,
the Ocala boys having the home team
outclassed. Brown and Waller com-
posed the Ocala bakery.
On the Gainesvile diamond yester-
day, Sanford beat the famous Oak
Halls with a score of 1 to 4. Another
game is being played there today, and
it wll be watched with much Interest.
The manager of the Jacksonville
baseball team, Mr. Mullaney, has tel-
egraphed for Mr LL.M. Donaldson,
the crack second baseman of the
Ocala nine, to go to the metropolis
and Join the aggregation of diamond
stars of that city. Mr. Donaldson's
Ocala friends will be sorry to lose
him, but are glad to know of his good
fortune and are sure he will hold his
end up with any team. He came up
from Eustis today to make arrange-
ments to go to Jacksonville.
DEMPSEY MAYO, JUNIOR
A fine son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Dempsey Mayo, of Jacksonville early
this morning at the home of Mr.
Mayo's mother In the eastern part of
the city, where Mr. and Mrs. Mayo
have been visiting for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Mayo are receiving the
hearty congratulation of their many
friends in Ocala, where both were
reared from Infancy.
MAGNOLIA WILL BE PAVED
It has been deinltely settled that
North Magnolia street will be paved
with vitrified brick. several bids are
on file for the work and the contract
will be let at an early date. This will
be a great improvement as this much
traveled street is In bad shape.


THERE IS STRENGTH


in Combinations, and ,the strongest
possible combination is a good painter
and
Davi 100 per oent
Pure Paint

This o-rtbinstiSo eamente be aenL
why mt try it?

Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand th test of the mot riMid Pure
Paint law. For sale by the Marioan
Hardware Co., Ocra, Fla.




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& X.aswst t are-quartrs of
lae of a uthweat quar-
tS. -l-- amres. Rased from

sitah 1e l sOr Sath a eoft
ws qat.. imept 4 Chains
g m west -s West mis, as-3-l---
4 aLal u e nin I to $to*$
L er. r. Ate at et quarter of
e .artet quarter t anorthwest
quarter neptI awm to church. 24-
16- 4--4 sIean. Raised hAm $10 to

J. a. Avery. west tOre-uarters f
urtwwet uartl of n northwest quar-
t ao e o -,
pE 1.80-34-- a- m Rak eed fon
D. ,P rteton northhet quarter
at ntheast quarter and northeast
quarter of nstwest quarter. 1-19-24
--a as. alsed from $100 to $S0.
take e ~lt Ca. lots 1, 8 t,
4, Lad eas batof naorthwest quar-
w of stom 30, and lots 1, 2 and 3,
a1-1rt-. 3eom1ta 1ig acres. Raised
rom "*00 to 81O0.
N. A. F rt southwest quarter of
seutbeast quarter, 24-15-24. Raised
from 440 to $00.
1 0. Cnat, west half of northeast
quarter and east hal of northwest
q!aote. 14-15-24-100 aCes. Raised
irm $l30 to $500
B,GrC i n th half of southeast
carter, .7-15-24-- acres. Raised
bore 800 to $t00.
O0. Cordrey, west half of south-
est quarter and southeast quarter of
mathwest quarter, -15-24-120 acres.
Ramd from $500 to $700.
T. W. Randa., on 7.90 chains north
and sooth by 12.67 chains east and
west In southwest corner of lot 5. 36-
14-2-54 acre. Raised from $80 to
W. P. wmtIams on lots 9, 10, 11,
acept northeast quarter, afd except
11 chains square in northwest corner
to lot 10, and all of lot 14. 17-13-25--
17 acres. Raised from $350 to $600.
(L W. Brant. on lot 5, 32-15-25-28
aere, Raised from $100 to $500.
Mri .lasn Norsworthy. on lot 1
septt town of Boardman) Miller's
s 9-12-1--51 acres. Raised from
m$4 to $IS.
S, 8. Keep, on lot 9, Miller's sub,
10-12-.21-3 acres. Raised from $800
to (111.
SMr A. ,Ranpeon, part of lot 3
ad all ao lot 4, Miller's sub, 9-12-21-
4t areas. Raised from $00 to $1200.
W. N. Belk. 5 1- chains east and
et, on east side of southeast quar-
ter of saothmat quarter, 8-12-21-11
aer. tRarie from $100 to 300.
Mrs. A. L, mlth, on commencing
,.11 ehalas ,orth and 12.24 chains
w t of southeast corner, 5-12-21,
hence west 14.71 chains, north 13.58
chains, east 14.71 chains, south 13.58
cbasa-2 aes. Raieed from $300
to $0.
:A. Mnrrell, on 16 acres in north-
ast coera of lot 8, Mler's sub, 10-12-
1-14 acres, Raised from $1000 to
$00. .
J. E. Reed. on block 14 except 2


ars on south end, Boardman,
1. RaLted from $.00 to $300.
BL W. Iontane, on commencing
cains east of northwest corner.
2, thence south 25.10 chains,
.72t chains, north 25.10 chains.
S272 chains-82 acres. Raised


9-12-
16.10
1-12-
east
west
from


$1000 to $1600.
Matiah Ortffn. on lot 7, block 7, and
lotb 1 1 and 3, block 8, Boardman.
9-12-21-4 acres. Raised from $200 to
$400.
H. C. Price, on .50 chains east and
west on east side of southwest quar-
ter of northwest quarter and west half
of southwest quarter, 12-12-20-97
acres. Raised from $500 to $800.
1. W. Rush, on southwest quarter
of southeast quarter and south half of
southwest quarter, 18-12-21-120
acres Raised from $1100 to $2000.
J. D. Price, on lots 67, 98, 99. 101.
10, sub of 17-12-21-50 acres. Raised
from $50O to $1000.
W. R. Brown. on lots 39 and 42. west
of railroad, and 40, 41, 53, 54. 55, 56,
57. 59, 6. sub of 7-12-21-95 acres.
Raised from $1000 to $1500.
W. I Brwm, on lots 7, 7, 813, sub
of 16-12-21-29 acres. Raised from
$400 to $800.
K. Christian, on lots (5 and 66.
sub of 17-12-21-20 acres. Raised
from $S50 to $1000.
J. Christian, on lots 41, 42. 54.
57, sub of 17-12-21-40 acres. Rasted
from $t00 to $1000.
SW. R Allen, on lots 43. 44, 54, sub
of 17-11-21-- acres. Raised from
$300 to. $50.
W. M. Glst, on lot 37, sub of 16-12-
21-10 acres. Raised from $400 to
$(00.
W. M. Gist, on lot 37, sub of 1-12-
11-10 acres. Raised from $400 to


tad beer $00.
I county 8. H. Gaitskill. on lots 12, 21, 28 and
election north half of 27. sub of 1612-21--35
ny there acres. Ratsed from $1000 to$1600.
rd to be Arredonda Orange Grove on lots 9,
of Sep- 3, 24. sub of 16-12-21-- acres. Rais-
Spermit ed from $1000 to $1200.
.trunk. W P. Van Nes, on lots 25 and 40.
Cor- sub of 16-12-21-20 acres. Raised
loria. rom $250 to $500.
Miss Helen Van Ness, on lots 26, 38.
* FR and south' half of 27, and lot 39. ex-
ua mad cept L5O chains north and south by
7,0 chains east and west. in north-
is b west corner, sub of 16-12-21-32 acres.
led with Raed from $400 to $800.
e m O Grace C. Flwellen, on lot 2. one-
pIoatiat third interest sub of 17-12-21-3.32
S sd d acres. Raised from $120 to $200.
of saMl Lsle Flewellen, on lot 62. one-
Of Bch third interest, sub of 17-12-21-3.33
am If acres. Raised from $120 to $200.
S t Johaon.m Brown Co, on lot 62, one-
t 7th tbd Interest, sub of 17-12-21-3.32
b paer ate Raisd from $120 to $200.
, Oklawaha Fruit Co., on 5 chains
east and west on emat side of south-
went quarter a aoutheart quarter.
6-2-21-180 acres. R aed from $720
* f 1Is IW".
Otlawaa. Pralt Co, on southeast
q-ter of atnlheast quarter. 6-13-21
-40 adrea. Raised from $80 to $1000.
rimw rate and Basket Co, on
S personal property. Raised from $5700
FpA &. g -


A. Douglass, on north half of ter, 29-17-24-20 acres. Raised from W. D. Mathews, on eait half of
northwest quarter of southeast quar- $500 to $1000. northeast quarter and east thre-
ter and south half of southwest quar- T. B 8Snook, on west half of south- fourths of southeast quarter, 3012-0
ter of southeast quarter and southeast east quarter of southeast quarter of -300 acres Reduced from $4M to
quarter of southeast quarter, except northwest quarter, 29-17-24-5 acres. $40
12 chains north and souin by 5 chains Raited from $50 to $250. J. M. Mathews, on southwest quar-
east and west in northeast corner 36- A. N. Cameron, on southwest.quar- ter of northeast quarter ad southeast
12-22-74 acres. Raised from $150 to ter o southwest quarter and south- quarter of northwest quart and eat
$4M0. wesi quarter of southeast quarter of half of southwest quarter 32-1-20--and
Griner and Douglass, on 5 chains southwest quarter, 22-17-24-50 acres. 10 acres. Raised from 300 to $3.
east and west by 12 chains north and Raised from $300 to $1000. W Harrison, on northwest qar-
south in northeast corner of south- E. J. Lytle, on south 2-6 of south ter of southwest quarter, 6-183-0---40
east quarter of southeast quarter 36- half of lot 2 and north half of north acres. Raised from $60 to 881.
12-22--0 acres. Raised from $20 to J. K. Harrison, on northwest quar- uM
$200. ter of northwest quarter, 6-13-26-40
Geo. R. Sangster. on southwest acres. Raised from $60 to $n p1
quarter of northeast quarter and J. McFall, on northwest quarter g,
southwest quarter of southeast quar- -- of northeast quarter and northeast
ter, east half of south st quarter. 9- quarter of northwest quarter and )al
13-22-160 acres. Raised rom 1320 to .. I omesws at I wM ul ne south half of northwest quarter, I-1(-
$600. without them. I was lwolbs a r ea l with 20-160 acre. Raised from tM2 to MN
SGeo. R. Sangster, on west half of torpid liver and heedhe. Now since taking $220. t20.
northeast quarter and west half of t C o adyleranbcb e flA. W. P. Tongue, on west half of thi
I s il eotailyr eo mad bor" v myiA f rin d .o
northwest quarter and southeast t& bo medige I hare ever peon." northeast quarter of northwest quar- 1 i
quarter of northwest quarter and ammnaSssnt, 0.oWr, nL Nao., IrAl lTw. e ter, 7-13-21-20 acre. Raised from
south half 16-13-22-520 acres. Raised $I00 to $200. a
from $1300 to $2000. Bet For H. Gatrell. on east half of northeast dol
Geo. R. Sangster, on southeast The Bowe% quarter of northwest quarter, 7-12-21 f e
quarter of northeast quarter and east -20 acres. Raised from $100 to $20& V
half of southeast quarter. 17-13-22- M. Failel, on an of lot 40. S. & D. pan
120 acres. Raised from 8300 to $600. ad. Ocala. Raised from $100 to Su 0 ve0
Ben Galloway. on west half of west Camp Phosphate Company, o cem- po
half of southeast quarter, except 5.72 Ca menacing 40 feet east of northeast cor- t
chains square in northeast corner 23- ner. 35. Caldwelrs ad to Ocala, thence thb
12-22-37 acres. Raised from $60 to east 210 feet. south 321 feet, west 210 ta
$150. feet north 321 feet Raised from
Geo. E. Snow. on land described as IPlMa Palstab'e. setasTa- we Ds0esi, $1000 to $350.
Nvo 81erske. wmea or4gi. Wc. Be. bee. Weiri
in northeast corner of lot 1. except woa14m nIalk. Tba r )tn tablets usaadl M. J. Roess, on lots 1, 2, 3, Teague'
4.50 acres in northwest corner. 16-17"- mOunaes" to eare or year money back. sub of lots 54, 59. 60. Caldwells ad,
24-20 acres. Raised from $2300 to Sterling Remedy Co. Chicag or N.Y. n Oca. Raised from 1"00 to $25L.
$000. AMUALSAiE, T IM IJ BOi ES L. N. Green, on west half at lot 2.


Mrs. N. R. Brown. on commencing
29 rods south 18% degrees west of
northeast corner of lot 1, 16-17-24
thence south 84% degrees. east 43.28
rods, south 3% degrees, west 17.28
rods. north 77 degrees, west to lake.
north with lake to point west of conm-
meet-#A" is h- 2 9. f a t


Scotts survey, ucal. maiseA troe
$200 to $1000.
L N. Green, on all of lot 3, lBot '
survey, Ocala except 1 8 feet north
and south by r'2 feet east and west
in northwest corner. Ramied fro
$50 to 12000.
*FOLEYFl ta m r r man M ma--.mm- 610


- M~iimff'.- lif-I$- y-- acres. .h. ., .--1.a.^

from ($1W to 82L0. from s04 to 3a s
JMe LzavelL on 5.55 chains east and Dre. J-. M. Eadetoan (hers of) e
west on amt side of southeast quar- commenlag at atereetion of a pait
ter northwest quarter, 14-12-22-11, L4 chains wet ef east boundary of
Coaudted Chttita Co., on an of north to north line of lot & west 1IC3 _
Thmas Clark grant, except 20 acres chains, south to lake. east with lake W0y
to Miselle, and except 13 chains wide to p. o. b.-13.1 are. Raised from
on northwest side of said grant. 12-21 400 to $100.
-413 acre. Ra sed from o$00 to A. J. Hoyt, on tractoaal part of lot Ay -__
$15s. 2. 6-17-24-4 acres. Raiad from $40 .
I. Mhsele. an o acres In Thomas to $790.
Clark grant, tp 12, r 21. Raised from Dr. A. L. Islar, on commencang t rhm .b al ..
aW. to $ n. chains, south degrees, west from
John H. Wyckof, on lot 4, sub of G. northwest corner of lot & Ayers s ub -e hf. 9
X. p. Clark grant In tp 12. r. 22-24 of lot 2. c-17-24. thpace south 54 e- Wg lt
acres. Raised from t 250 to 10. agrees. west 4 e haln, south 27 -
P. P. and A J. McWhirter. on lot greens east 9.74 chalas, north 56 de- Sm l
1, sub of 0. I, P. Clark grant, In town- gre es east .44 chains north 27 de-
ship 12, range 2--24 acre. Raised agrees, west 9.74 chaens--2 a res.
from $340 to $1200. Raised from SM0 to $40. -
arab L. Choate. on north half of D. W. Davis on fractional part of t-2- .
lot 8, LG Clark grant. tp 12, r 22- let 3. 6-17-24-- acres. Raised from
11 acres. Raised from $100 to 1000. $500 to $W00. ponm y) n t# w AN
W. H. Timnmons, on south half of lot Camp. M. A. and 1A T., on commenec-
8, sub of G. L F. (lark grant, tp 12. r ing on south boundary at Lake Weir.
22-9.75 acres. Raised from $100 to 12-17-23. thence west to a point .18 t I l
$800. chains west of southwest corner of lot
a, A. Beard, on lot 21, sub of G .8. north 11.0, chains, east .18 chains. orrt a 'f fJ-
P. ark grant, tp 12. r 22-22 acres north 32.35 chains, east to lake, south 18 oa I r 1I
Raised from $250 to $1000. with lake to p. o. b.-101 acres. Rals-'*
W. H. TImmons. on 3 acres on wet ed from $400 to $1,000. ttR tt" aen wR
side of lt 22. sub of G. L P. Clark Carney Investment company, on lots -
grant, tp 12. r 22-8 acres. Raised 5 and 6. except 210 feet east and west
from 100 to $200. by 587 feet north and south in south- to Anitt As aft-
RX A. Beard, on 6 acres on west side west corner. 12-17-23-38 acres. Rais-
of lot 23, G. L Clark grant, tp 12, ed from 81800 to (4000. It is fodio i as h r
r 22. Raised from $60 to $3200. Carney Investment Company, on lots sithi -"h rfoe ,
Citra Prolt Co, on commencing at 1. 4, 5. i. 13-17-23-208 acres. Rais-
northeast corner of lot 23. G. L P. ed from $3400 to $20 000. trn for this phofmioafh app
Clark grant, tp 12. r 22, thence west J. M. Wiley. on commencing 15.81 t in its m*. the
440 yards, south 287 yards, east 220 chains east of southwest corner, 20-i t
yards, south 156 yards, east 210 yards, 17-24. thence north 17.60 chains, north KVer Coo of pCtCe. SI
north 20 yards, east 230 yards. north 8r degrees east 2.82 chains, south 18 EErv ogma ma wi fl f
881-3 yards, west 222 yards, north chaJns. west 2.78 chains-5 acres., a i -
114 2-2 yards-31.82 acres. Raised Ralsed from 3200 to $1000. and m ay"D sure tlat- her cM W
from $300 to $1200. E. S. Upham, on north half of south. tiOn, and that the best dalr
C. W. White, on lot 3 and south half east quarter, except 10 rods east and In addition to thi free aii
lot 7, and lot 15, and commencing 20 west on east side, and except 1 acre to f LL *. w b
chains west of southeast cornet of lot school ,and commencing 10 chains hs great lU 10"5e DrE, I6
22. thence south 20 chains, west 5 west of southeast corner of lot 6, 25- will send 31 oneveMt s-p tot
chains, north 20 chains, east 5 chains, 17-23, thence west 10 chains, north 15 P u'
and commencing at southwest corner chains, east 10 chains, south 15 chains 14 1
of lot 10. thence south 17.36 chains. -R9 acres. Raised from $750 to $1500. work in hamonay with Favorif]
west 21.26 chains. north 13.3 chains, Mechanic Saving Bank. on west half COatn d f, ony asW, C to tDI
east to point 4 chains south of south- of northeast quarter and east half of ______ --
west corner of lot 9. thence north 4 northwest quarter, except six chains a
chains, east to p. o. b.. all in . P. east and west by ten chains north and
Cark grant. tp 12, r 22. Raised from south In northeast corner. 30-17-24- 3-5 of south half of lot 2, 1-17t-24-17 '
$1000 to $2000. 154 acres. Raised from $1000 to $2500. acres. Raised from $500 to $100I
W. H. Timmons. on commencing Mrs. E. A. Ricker. on commencing Frank Lytle, on south half of torth
24.09 chains north and' 7.40 chains at northwest corner of southwest cor- 3-5 of south half of lot t1-- 17-4-
west of intersection of east line of ner, 30-17-24, thence south 20 chains, 7% acres. Raised from $5 to $200
section 30 with south boundary of G. east 20 chains, north 8 chains, west Mrs. P. W. P. BRufum, on northwest
L P. Clark grant, tp 12, r 22. thence 10.40 chains, north 554 chains, east quarter of northwest quarter of south
south 1.68 chains, west 6.50 chains. 5.38 chains, north 5 chains, west 5 west quarter and northeast quarter of
north 14.18 chains to lake, northeast chains, north 5 chains, west 20 chains southeast quarter of southwest quar-
with lake to p. o. b.--1 acres. Raised -0 acres. Raised from $1000 to 1500. ter and north half of southeast quar.
from $100 to $300. A. L Jones, on 5.83 chains east and ter of southeast quarter of suthweat
R. R. Hice, on commencing at Inter- west by 12 chains north and south in quarter, south half of sothwset
section of west boundary with lake southwest corner of northeast quar- quarter of southeast quarter o pouth- FP
and sec. 20-12-22. thence south to ter of southeast quarter, 22-17-24-7 west quarter and north half of north-
north line of G. F. Clark grant, east acres. Raised from v40 to $200. east quarter of southwest quarter of
619.40 feet, north 450 feet, north 12% Mrs. M. J. Jones. on northeast quar southwest quarter and south f of
degrees, west 1839 feet to lake, west ter of southeast quarter, except 5.83 southeast quarter of northwest quar.
with lake to p. o. b.-51 acres. Raised chains east and west by 12 chains ter of southwest quarter, 21-17-24--49 U
from $1000 to $2500. north and south in southwest corner, acres. Raised from $2100 to $3000.
Tonner & Borland, on 30 acres 22-17-24. Raised from $80 to $250. W C. Willard, on 17 chains north
bounded north by Orange Lake, east W. X. Wilson .on 618 feet east and and south by 10 chains east and west
by Jennings grove, west by Hice west by 671 feet north and south in in southeast corner, 21-17-24-17
grove, south by grant line. 20-12-22- northwest corner of lot 1. 25-17-23- acres. Raised from $200 to $1506.
30 acres. Raised from $600 to (1800. acres. Raised from $500 to $1000. V. P. Kelsey, on south half of south.
W. S. Jennings, on lots 1, 6, 7, and Goff Bros., on east three-fourths of east quarter of southwest quarter of
that part of lots 2 and 5 lying east of northwest quarter of northwest quar- northeast quarter, 21-17-24-5 area.
a line commencing at a point on north ter. 30-17-24-30 acres. Raised from Raised from $40 to $150.
boundary of G. L F. Clark grant, 29.90 500 to $1000. Jas. Kelsey, on northeast quarter o
chains east of southwest corner, 20- W. N. Wilson. on commencing 5 southeast quarter of southeast quar
12-22, thence north 7 degrees, 40 min- chains west of northeast corner of ter, except 1 square acre In southeast
utes, 15 seconds, east to Orange take southeast quarter of southwest quar- corner. 21-17-24-9 acres. Rasaed from
-60 acres. Raised from $5000 to ter. 30-17-24, thence west 10 chains, $100 to $200.
$7000. south 10 chains, east 10 chains, north E. A. Kelsey. on 24 rods east and
Citra Fruit Co., on lot 3. 21-12-22- 10 chains-10 acres. Raised from $100 west by 40 rods north and south in
68 acres. Raised from $400 to $1200. to (500. southwest comer of northeast quarter,
P. R. McWhirter, on lot 4, 21-12-22- W. N. Wilson, on commencing 5 21-17-24-4 acres Ratied ftrm s13 '"
22 acres. Raised from 8500 to a 800. chains west of southeast corner of to 600.
Bishop Hoyt Fruit Co., on lots 1, 2, southeast quarter of southwest quar- Mrs. A. 8. J. McKlaney, ona 3 cha
3,. 4, 6, 7, 22-12-22-225 acres. Raised ter, 30-17-24, thence west 10 chains, north and south on north side of
from 82000 to $2500. north 10 chains, east 10 chains, south southwest quarter of northwest quar0
Clifford Orange Grove Co., on lot 5, 10 chains-10 acres. Raised from $100 ter of southwest quarter. 21-17.24-
22-12-22-46 acres. Raised from 8300 to $500. acres. Raised from $50 to $3M0.
to (600. E. Schnitzler, on commencing 21.37 G.E. nHammond, en southeast quar-
R. L Steel, on all ex 6.97 acres to chains east of northwest corner. 29- ter a-nd south half of northeast qua-l h
W.rsE. Or 23-12-22-280 acres. Ra-17-24, thence east 5.44 chains, 'south ter, 36-12-19-240 acres Raeed from wl
ed from $1500 to 82000 acres. 20 chains, west 5.44 chains, north' 20 8368 to $410.
R. I Steel, lots 8, 9. 10, 11. 24-12-22 chains-11 acres. Raised from (200 to W. A. Hammond, on northwest quar..
-161 acres. Raised from $40" to 8800. $1000. ter of southwest quarter and soath
Mrs. E. L. Wartmann, on south half B. F. Saxton, on commencing 15 half of northeast quarter of southwest
of southwest quarter. 26-i2-22-80 chains east of northwest corner, 29- quarter, 35-12-19-40 acres. Raised
acres. Raised from $300 to $500. 17-24, thence south 20 chains, east from $100 to $120.
Mrs. M. B. Boney, on east half of 6.37 chains, north 20 chains, west 6.37 Ljzile Bleckley, on north half of
northeast quarter of southwest quar- chains-12 acres. Raised from $400 to northeast quarter of southwest quar-
ter. 27-12-22-20 acres. Raised from $0-. ter, 35-12-19-20 acres. Raised from
$300 to (800. E. L. Stafford, on northwest quarter 840 to' 60.
E. L. Wartmann, on northwest of northwest quarter cf northwest Liie Bleckley, on northwest quar.
quarter of northwest quarter. 6-12-22 quarter and west half of east half of ter of northeast quarter, 5-12-19--40
-40 acres. Raised from $160 to $300. northwest quarter of northwest quar- acres. Raised from $830 to 2120.


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