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: 08 6, 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: VID03238
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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A. I. Nuseaum, Batesylile. Indiana.
writes: "Last year I suffered for
three months with a summer cold so
ditoeasing that It Interfered with my
business. I bad many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pie-
scriptiUn did not reach my case, and I
took several medicies which seemed
only to aggravate It. Fortunately I
iasamted upon having FOley's Honey
-Hoea aad Tar. It quickly cured me.
My wife has slnea used Foley's Honey
and Tar with the same success." Sold
by au dealers,.

A Tip t s May be Neeod by FWocId
v" Tper ia a Year or Two
Topeka. & Aug. .-The latest
drinkI tsa Kalis tdoe Jackson cock-
tail. It is in-ded tto avoid trouble
with the Kass- prohibitory law and
-red Jacksone the attorney general,
for whomo It was name.
It Is a drink that can be purchased
ar*here in Kansas and at any time.
sad the chap that sels It is never In
danger of proseeantlon and the fellow
that buys it nev wiln be brought Into
court as a witness
The drink In three parts apple elder
aad oe part Jamaica ginger. It Is
said to be a really palatable concoc-
tion. Cider Is always good and the
ginger, being chiely alcohol, gives the
mixture a Savor that old topers say
IS about the finest ever; beasdes. the
drink Is quite active and right away.
,Two ood slues wll make a man f tn-
ni7, t0ee will make him rob his own
ruak and Lve will lgve him a pref-
eWemoe era bed of cheeks In a vacant
let to a down oMh at home.
The attorney general and the state
board of health are hearing many re-
ports of the Jackson cocktail and Its
effectiveness as a Jag producer. The
attorney general and the board of of-
ficeals are looking for some way to
top the esmumpltn of the cocktail,
but they have uot bL" able to flnd
any clans of the law with which It
ame1 hi. 0coafict.

SThis would be unusual news It men
4ad 1men would keep themselves
.free, hem rhesmatism and all aches
aadi pal, as weB as keeping their
ecisae and joints Umbered with
BlAsra9. Snw -Ialmat bld by

FIrw I a Pea B ----t Hat Called
Out a PMe Doempartmut
Atlanta. Aug. 6.-A Are on the root
garden of the hat of a pretty girl trav-
eldr at the Ualon itatlon yesterday af-
teroen called ont two lre companies.
a bea cart, a.seere of willing amateur
Imrea. delayed a fash train and de-
str d about SM worth of finery on
mte beach baet iftnreeaid.
the yoema womaa, ao her way to
w Terk. 'rushe ift the station for
smethdig to eat. Isaying her check
shie swag the bat oo near the cigar
lehter. In aa netat the orchard
which adorned the hat was a mass of
flme. A darkM-sklnmed walter turned
In a Me alarm and every available
male guest tried to rescue the affair.
The timn was held a few minutes
antfl the victim recovered from an at-
Itk of near ysteria when she gra-
omashr nermitted It to urbeed.





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by amea masMority. passed
Pa AsNd fa t aritf pt. The vote
Pbr pmo 41; against pao-
1 eve rsmBmNa vetod am t the
or a e: Bri2.or, ClapK Cnum-
8l- 1 nds ve, laMkeM Buoeftdg
and eapon. Eveyteab was arranged
l eof ttam and there was o delay
Ifb debale Or other WreesWsMgs
A F eeh scientist has discovered
oae secret of long life. His method
deals with the Mood. But long- ago
smillens of Americans had proved
lesetrie Bitters prolongs Ue and
makes It worth living. It puriies, en-
dlebsa"d vitaslles the blood, rebuilds
i wtd serve cells Imparts life sad
Oge to the entire system. It's a god-
to weak, salk and debilitated
piMe. 'KdMany trouble bad blighted
Mgh Bte tr momthu," writes W. IL
I a oof Ca-kBg Me., "but flee-
Wtel Mitters re d me entirely." Only
SOc at all druagse.f
,mo Fd eof Now J"s myhas Pasued
Twety Yeari in Jais
Slitsabeth, N. J., Aug. .--Mrs. Ford
of this etty, was aenaeeed yesterday
by Judge Owes P. Mahon to serve her
elhty-third term of naety das i
Sthe county Jan for dnmkennes.
S1nee 1887, when Mrs. Ford was-
Srst arrested she has served more
than twenty yeas behind prison bars
for Indulgence in booee, enjoying but
brief intervals of freedom. The coun-
ty authorities ay the secret of' her
longevity Is that She has been in pall
so much of the time.


I, Johnson.

Is the only way to describe the poor
child that is afflicted with worms. No
matter how much or how often It eats,
the worms get all the nourishment
from the food. the child gets practi-
cally none. White's Cream Vermi-
tuge gets rid of the worms quickly.
easily and with no bad after, effects.
Pricl 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all


PyK as Meeo Eflsmosms than a Pie-
teW AgWmIet PIie RuffiMas
Utica, N. T., Aug. 6.-Rev. Fath^e
Suck, acting pastor of the Holy Trin-
ity Polish Catholic church In this city.
went Into police court and lodged
complaint against twenty members of
his congregation, who endeavored to
kidnap him late Saturday night for
the purpose of murdering him. He
had been hastily summoned to go to a
hospital to attend a dying man. As he
came from the church with the holy
oils he was surrounded by a score of
hiL parshoners who endeavored 'to
drag him Into a waiting carriage. .
Father Suck shouted loudly for help.
Then he drew the pyx, In which he
carried the sacrament, from his inner
coat pocket held it aloft and called
upon the men to not commit a sac-
rilege while he was carrying the sac-
rament to a dying man. The assail-
ants of the priest then fell back for a
moment and Father Suck escaped into
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 9t bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
I. W. Hall, 26 Olive Street, St.
Lonls, Mo.
Brooksville. Aug. C.-Mr. Jerry Han-
cock and Miss Bessle Snow started
out for a drive yesterday afternoon
and stopped in at the home of Rev.
Partridge, who hVade them man and
wife. This was quite a surprise to
everyone. Mr. Hancock IS the goung-
dst son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Han-
cock. Mrs. Hancock Is a sister to the
clerk of the circuit court, M. H. Snow.

It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war
veteran, of Kemp, Tex., that a plot
existed between a desperate lung trou-
ble and the grave to cause his death.
"I contracted a stubborn cold," he
writes, "that developed a cough that
stuck to me, In spite of all remedies,
for years. My weight ran down to 130
pounds. Then I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery, which restored
my health completely. I now weigh
178 pounds." For severe colds, obsti-
nate coughs, hemorrhages, asthma,
and to prevent pneumonia It's un-
rivaled. 60c and $1. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by all druggists.
I will place an electric smoothing
Iron In your home on a few days' trial.
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing In the home, especially In
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a few
minutes the iron is hot No smoke
or dirt and qNeat only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.

Washington, D. C., Aug. L.-Repre-
sentative Bartlett of Georgia. has In-
troduced a bill amending the Inter-
state couakhnhrce law so as to make it
possible for railroad companies to
grant tree or reduced transportation
to bona Ade members of the United
Confederate Veterans aisoclations.
All persons are recommended to
take 1Vls's Kidney Remedy for
backache rheumatism, and kidney
and bladder trouble. It will quickly
correct uinnary Irregularities, which, If
neglected, may develop into a serious
Nhmets. It will restore health aod
stegth. Do not neglect signs of
kidney i or bladder trouble and risk
Brights disease or diabetes. Sold by
al dealers.
Cleveland, Ohio. August 6.-The
Behmidt ordinance providing for the
grant of a franchise to Herman
Schmidt, Insuring three-cent fares on
a part of the city street car lines, was
defeated at a referendum election here
yesterday by a majority of 4,763. The
ordinance was fostered by Mayor Tom

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Henry Pa*l Turned HighwMyImn, and
flw he Will Rest in the

White Bear, Minn. Aug. 6.-After
he had robbed the cashier of the First
State Bank of this town of $70, ap-
pearing at the wicket with a gun and
compelling the man to push the mon-
ey toward him. Henry Paul dashed
through the streets, pursued by a
crowd and took refuge In an old house
on the edge of the town.
Here he was besieged by his pur-
suers and killed after he had shot
Fred Larkin dead and mortally wound-
ed another of his pursuers.:
The men who were pursuing Paul
were gathered In a thicket near the
house and called upon him to surren-
der. He made reply and they conclud-
ed to rush the house. This was done
and Paul shot Larkin as the men 4-
tered the door. A volley from the be-
siegers laid him low, but as he fell be
shot another man. Paul was a la-

Loss of the Itea7MasU I and Many
Uves tab lte Bay
Capetown. Africa, August &.-The
British steamship Maori is a total
wreck In the bay, and of the entire
lost of passengers and the crew, but
nine people are knpwn to have reach-
ed the shore alive. Six bodies have
been washed ashore.
From the survivors it Is gleaned
that the Maori ran upon the rocks
during the night tearing a great hole
In her bulL The vessel began to Ull
rapidly and the captain ordered all of
the boats cleared. Some of the boats
were swamped after they were filled
with people, and it is supposed that
most of the unfortunates from the
ship perished.
The boats which got away from the
wreck were soon separated in the
darkness. But one boat has reached
shore as far as is known.

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I Riusedtotbesawl toakas
in eaeen. DM yeu eW try it?
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else to you bave two quarts
,of deli s ice creaam at a cost f
about one oest a dish. '
S SS es asts, aM
Illustrated Recipe Book Pree.

lonteumi Barbershop

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Killed workmen and courteous at-
tention to alL Special attention to

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Ocal0 Fha.. Au. 2, 19.
The- board met this date. Prs-
eat Hoa. leo. MaeKay, M. M. Proe-
tor, N. A. Port. J. M. Mathewa sad
W. M. Crosby. Mautess of prewy
meeting were read anad approved.
The board of eeaty een.m. .-
en met a tM for the pM tM
of hearing. Somplat of pof
who were aggrieved a Ia eoat O"
raises made em the aameste
made during their mestag July,
The bIl of the Oaea Banner for
printing general laws f the lat leg-
islature was duly approved by the
Mr. Fraak Lytle, repreoantl.
Phoebe W. Bufam, produced evi-
dence sufficient to convince the
board that the property should not
be raised above $210, and the nme
was put back at original -auea t.
Mr. Lytle was also granted. refde-
tion on his asssmaent to $540.
The amesNmint of the Car*y In-
vestment Co., which was raised from
$1,800 to $4.000, was reduced to
The Carney Investment Co., which
assessment was raised froe $3,400
$20,000 was reduced to $115,60.
A. M. Cameron asseument, which
was raided from $300 to $1,000, was
reduced to $600.
Mr. Snooks, which was ralsed tro
$50 to $250, was redaeedto $50.
Florida Lime Co., which was rati-
ed from $5,000 to $10,000, was re-
duced to $7.000. I
The assessment of R. A. Kelsey
raised to $600, was reduced to
The apmesment of R.. Hice was
reduced to 11,800.
The assessment of James Kelsey
was reduced to 8100.
The assessment of W. F. Steble-
ton. raised from $100 to $300, was
reduced to $100.
Mitchell Rigdon, whose mesesmeut
had been raised from $100 to $500,
was reduced to $150.
The asmesment of Barah Choate,
which was raised from $100 to
$1,000, was reduced to $800.
3. F. Wyckoff, reduced from $1,-
000 to $800.
The board thereupon took ad-
journment until tomorrow morning
at 8 o'clock.

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Aug=t -rd, 19
At 8 o'clock the board met, all
members present, and the following 8
proceedings had:
Mr. MeKinney appeared beore the
board with reference to Lake Weir
road, and made some complaint. The C
matter was referred to Commissloner
Proctor with power to act.
The report of the compisioalers
to lay out a public road from Can- -
dler to Ocala was filed and clerk dl- *
reacted to post neceamry notices for
opening up of said road.,
The Ways and Means conmmtUeem U
vis: T. T. Muaroe, Dr. C. Booser
and D. E. Melver, appeared before
the board asking for assistance for
the county fair In the amount of- ." -^ S ^ I
$1,000, which matter was taken an- Made from distillsd'wams l ead of tihe
der consideration by the board by our Red Wage Delivery. 041os (tr
T. P. Johnson paid iato the cona- peeos ale taken by ew driver le ,
ty treasurer $160, J. V. Booth ... -
$23.59, to be used in the construe. tl l llU
tion of Altoona-Orange Hm .w UL L IU I U
road, which payments were made, al I flE
through Commissioner Fort. It was I Ul
ordered that the clerk draw warrant -
in favor of G. J. Griffin for $240,. PFblmeS- uyheIhft A
being 50 per cent of contract price
of $50 per mile for 725 yards of con- MON
structed road. ,
Dr. B. J. Lindner appeared" and FOR H f<|l
complained of hole being dug In pub- The ainaWt *1. '. P
lie road by railroad section master.. .
between Anthony and Sparr, on right I A
side of crossing, having run his ma-
chine into the hole and broken off.
both front wheels. Matter referred Mof t deSky- WAY hI mth+I ..:%
to Commissioner Crosby.
On motion of Commidssoner Fort On the Southern Railway. onoe soWr waM
that Inasmuch a certain petition No consumptives. Hot and 0old M tlphw .
which was led th the board for Special attention to mountain parties.
opening up of road between Belle- Itnformation address G. C. RO(OAN.,* t l.
view and South Lake Weir has been worth Inn,,AAevlle.)/
misplaced, and whereas, Mr. Proctor, ..
as commusloner for the district. haas
investigated requirement sad report-
and furnish profile of route for file.
Ordered that a committee consist-
ing of two members of the board and i
Wm. Lucias, road overseer, be ap-
pointed to go to Palmetto to ee and TeAln_ V
test road machinery there at work;
In cae purchase I made the com-
pany pays the expenses, otherwise 0 C nt
the county pays expenses. Commit- ...?
tee to be appointed at September A--" --u-_| adtVj
meeting of board. f "
Board thereupon adjourned j u atn M til a mC TU cS lrd l .
Wednesday morning.
Wedpeeday morning, 8 o'clock, am., hU K, Lo
board re-convened. All members _,m
present. The following proceedia ngs _
were had: ia r 0 a
On motion, the clerk is required M '
to order justice's docket for Justleb .
district No. 29, for C. L. Gray.We me m ia m01
On motion of Commisioaner I-
cenases for carrying pistols being Ir- -' -- o ..'
regular and improperly executed,
were refused, viz: Z. P. Hitchcock,
E. P. Townsend, W. H. Sherouse, W. d .'
M. Mcdoud, l. T. Dutton, L H.
Hall. A. T. Munroe, T. J. Perry, Ed- *J
win Elberton and J. Hudnall.
The bill of W. F. Pulliam, deputy
sheriff, for $650 in securing evidence S -e A
ia the conviction of Will Smith for
selling whisky without a 1-eae.,
was refused, for the reason that the
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O.ereas -f elt good. but
--s- a s at Wih eastern sopka-
4M, ad we eart B earth Toldha, ona
In a Owte some same, a sose brash
aialf Bde to Msoesom as the ree un-
dethe .t pelg power of irrigation.
Only a fewr years ago it was an arid
alba pail Today apple orchards
-Uat rival those of Hood River, Ore.;
'ttaay a town ot 15.O people and new
BIMM goels up rapidly. It keeps
a m busy to count them. Improved
1a0 with fruit orchards on them sell
readiy at $U @ acre. Returns on
Sam from an acre $ to $400.
north TYakima. Wash., wa" in evi-
denee at the Seattle fair, has a build-
I1g of its own. atractive with its pro-
duets, amog them barley and altalfl.
They ai beeomitg the place for all It
Sworth. Men pass through the train
ilaadmit out with *ee band its lovely
'ap9ss, which eat as good as they
leo, and with the other hand a tract
obtk ftal of ftats about the town.
-W emastte and soil. Not only do they
Introduce their fruit on the trains, but
op an escurulon to the editors to the
United States navy yard. Mr. KE. J.
I ough distributed those beautiful ap-
ase to over le excursionists. Those
apples leave a taste In the mouth that
slli for more, and Its a splendid ad
Ur the place.
We reach Seattle Sunday evening.
it-lthat calls for more lead pencil.
C. L. Bittinger.

$5 REWARD $10
The readers of. this paper will be
leased to learn that there is at least
oM dreaded disease that science has
beMa able to cure in all stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
W the omly iomitive cure now known
I* the Uedlcaj fraternity. Catarrh be-
leg a oonstitutloal disease, requires a
eonastltutional treatment. Hall's Ca-
tarr Cure Is taken Internally, acting
direetly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby de-
straying the foundation of the disease,
aU giving the patient strength by
)ldlug up, te constitution and as-
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in Its
ewative powers that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it
fafls to cure. Sent for list of -testi-
meials.. Address. P. J. Cheney & Co..,
Teledo. Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
PFmlly Pills for constipation.
Nat a single 'phone has burned In a
begisin Oeala. A telephone is better
than **- ranmc. In case of burglars or
Ars you need quick action. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
Resdeace rates. $6 per quarter in ad-
vase.. Ocala Telephone Co.

Many people do not need glasses but
moat people d4.
Tou may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding out.
SOne-await for time and disease to
uMv you to it.
Tw -4oasult us about it.
W We Qsw Toll Youe whether br not you
adi' them, DR. D. M. BONET,
Byesight Speclalst.
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:3 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms S and 4 Gary block.
An eight-Inch Westinghouse electric
An that I positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
triefty in ten hours steady running.
86e them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.

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Per $10 spot cash second-hand Call-
graph typewriter; worth fully $26;
want the room, Apply immediately,

We have' a most esquislte line of
ftacy Imported china In many dif-
-ea-t places. The Anti-Monopoly


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K. Wartmann.
Miss May Redditt left Saturday
for Silver prings, where she will be
with her cousins during the absence
of Mrs. J. D. Stilley, who accompan-
ied her mother, Mrs. M. A. Davis,
back to Chipley. Fla.
Conductor Charley Carter arrived
Wednesday to spend several days
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Our popular enginerr on the Citra
Short, Mr. George S. Esterbrook and
his fireman, Mr. Marvin Mathews,
had their trunks and all belongings
that were in a private room of the
A. C. L. depot quietly removed from
their sight Thursday night by an un-
known hand. The thief has been
caught and we hope will be dealt
with accordingly.
The Misses Borland entertained
their guests at a picnic Thursday af-
ternoon on the spacious and beau-
tifully kept lawn of Mrs. Walter Ray.
The goodies were spread after an old
time fashion on the ground, and
each one did themselves Justice (as
is common at a picnic). During the
afternoon a musical program was
rendered by various members of the
party. After which dancing and the
game of "Up Jinks" was indulged in
remainder of the afternoon. Those
who attended from out of town
were: Misses Eva McQuanter, Mary
Branham, of Orlando; Miss Addle
Neremina, of Longwood, and Rev.
Harry Shaw, of Island Grove.

We belete thaj the people who de-
posit their mpney at hoae should have
the bemnelt of It.
We believe In taking care of home
interests--always. -
The farmer wfo wishes to hold his
crop for better, prices, should be tak-
en care of by his home bank. The
merchant who Wants money to take
advantage of low prices should be able
to enlist his home bank in his enter-
prise. The man who desire to pur-
chase a home. a farm, or advance his
business ititerest' should feel free to
call upon his 'hoWe bank (or whatever
help he wants.
This bank adheres strictly to the
above principles. The money deposit.
ed with us by the people will be em-
ployed to supply home demand.
Give your business to your home
bank. Your home bank will do favors
for you. your friends and neighbors.
0alas, Florida

Two wall tents wanted, 8x10 or 8x12.
Apply at this office.
Those wishing extra early break-
fasts can g:t same at the Elk Cafe, as
eh-y as 4:.0 if they desire.

Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.



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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hagins have
moved to Wilcox, Fla., much to the
regret of their many friends, who
hope' it is only temporary.
H.A.A. Wartmann has returned
from various points In Georgia,
among them being East Point, where
he visited his sister, Mrs. Eugene
Cox. Mr. Wartmann seems much
improved physically and now greets
his customers with a smile.
Mr. Jack Williams made a flying
business trip to Ocala Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crosby have
returned from Jacksonville, where
they spent several days.
Mrs. Lewis Hall left Saturday for
Holder, where she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. Adams.
Mr. Neuner went down to Ocala
Tuesday to consult Dr. S. T. Cars-
Miss M. E. Irwin left for Pablo
Friday, where she will spend several
days enjoying the breezes and surf
Miss Nellie Johnson. of Island
Grove, has been visiting her brother,
Mr. J. A. r Johnson.
Miss Apple Redditt and Miss Dol-
lye Rowell have returned from
Galnesville, where they attended the
summer normal. They report that
the normal Was progressing nicely
under the management of the acting
president, Major Floyd, and a better
faculty or more enthusiastic set of
students cannot be found anywhere,
not even in Tallahassee, for they
numbered them twice.
Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Carswell left
Monday for their future home,
Ocala. Dr. and Mrs. Carswell have
made Cltra their home for the past
seven years, and needless to say
their many friends regret their leav-
ing, for from the smallest child to
the oldest person will miss doe. and
Miss Annie's beaming face and
cheerful words. Not only friends
were they, but ever ready and wil-
ling helpers.
Mr. Ivan Rankin, of Palatka, ar-
rived Sunday to he the guest of Mr.
Orvill and Miss Mervin Ray.
Miss Byrd Wartmann is visiting
her brothers, the Hon. E. L. and R.

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Washjneon, Augst 4-The tarff
has been revised and both houses d
Congress adjourned at o'clock yes-
P~eident Taft arrived at the capi-
tol at 4:45 o'clock and entered the
room set aside for the president en the
conclusion of assaonms of Congres.
This was his first appearance as pres-
ident in the room. and members form-
ed a line to shake his hand after the
writing of "WIlliam H. Taft" on the
tariff bill. The preslaent added.
"Signed, five minutes after five o'clcok.
August 5. 199. W. H. T."
A smile of satisfaction was on the
president's face as be signed the
Philippine tariff with a pen sent him
from the Phblipplnes.
President Taft left today for Bev-
eriey. his summer home. The new
tariff law became effective today.
Y.Hp ..p..IALT2n
The Oeala Telephone company has
had placed on the transmiter of their
'phones throughout the city a card
bearing the following Insertptilm: "In
ease of fire call central and say Tire
at plug ----" the ntrmber of the fire
plug nearest the phone being given.
This is a very commendable spirit and
will eliminate the uncertain method
formerly in use of calling the fire sta-
tion and saying there Is a fire near
John Smith's house. These cards
should be kept on the 'phone so any
one wishing to turn in an alarm can
readily see what is the nearest fire
I am prepares to take any job of
ralnting. no matter how large or how
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have ,be material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right. Houses painted Inside and out.
Graining, gilding, bard oil finishing
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and #kill guaranteed
Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw.
Ocala, Fla.
No matter how long you have suf-
fered, Foley's Kidney Remedy will
help you. Mrs. S. L. Bowen, of
Wayne, W. Va, writes: "I was a
sufferer from kidney- disease, so that
at times I could not get out of bed.
and when I did I could not stand
straight, I took Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy. One dollar bottle and part of the
second cured me entirely." It will
cure you. Sold by all dealers.
The prescription department Is the
main stay of any drugsore. Accuracy.
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
hkye made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your orescriptlons.
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Modem cotiage4, sa 't oimrvah
wel .locate and aew. Apply win
eph Bell, ast court hooe.

We had quite a jollyr crowd from
Ft. McCoy last night. vi: M B pi
ry Taylor and Mr. W. A.L Stei N
Mr. A. M. Fort has retlraem frol
a pleasant trip, viatia*. regtive
near Conner, and reports a
time. ,
Mrs. D. M. Waldrom um tfrown
Orange Springs ot weik, ma" m ,
accompanied by her daughter, M
Dotnie Waldre. Mrm Waldi
been sick for quite a wmle, aUka
come up here tp be attended ir.
G. B. Parramore.
Mr. D. Waldro a '
Miss Clara, vtid bere*8vmW .I
Mrs. P. W. Harp d two Uttle
sons left last Wea y to visit rel-
atives in North Carolna,, a*d
Mr. r. M. Harp and"M r. aulm
seem quite lonely dla h vM k sa
went away, but they A mkow
hor to keeb 1oUae. tP.*; :-t,.,
Capt. Johnson and wife will leave
in a few, days to visit relatives in
Georgia, and may extend their vaiit
to North Carollan.
Quite a number of peoplee tfen
here have been *ttadi tracted meeting at Mill Creek
Dr. 0, B. Partfanme and faully
will lea4e Friday for Vicho&a to
visit relatives there
Mr. d Mrs. Will nve
Just returned freo a vte .4e b '
ter, Mrs. Well.
We are glad to have Mr. Gilbert
Proctor with us agaha. He has been
away for several we0 Isitd g h po-
latka, Jackwsoavlne and other potas.
Master Lyn -
his grand parentsh.Mr Ciei.
to three doctors; was kept in bIo
five weeks. Blood poisoned ftuam
spider's bite caused large, dm.....
to cover his leg. The doctors
then "Bucklen's Arnica Salv. .I-
pletely cured me," writes JohbWash-
Ington. of Bosquesvlle, TMl
ectema, bolls, burns and ples Ite
preme. 25c at all druggltsa.

Mrs. Bradford C. Webb ree goend
telegram last Sunday covt- mIn tit
sad intelligence of her father's death,
which occurred at his home at Av-
ery, Iowa. sunday morntag. The
many frkieds of Mrs. Web are
deeply in sympathy with herto this
sad hour of affection. Mr. a4 Mrs.
Webb left for Avery, Iowa, on the*
first train Monday mornig. -... .- I
Miss Ruth Nix left last Sat-ay to
spend a few days with her brother,,
Edward J. Nix, and family at Floral
Mr. R. EU Vaness and family, of
Hernando, have ben spendlang a fe
days with Mrs. Vanses' brother, Mr.
J. J. Gmutey. this week. They left
Wednesday to visit Mr. W. A. Oath-
ery at Weirndale before returning to
their home at Hernaudo.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Davis "ad Min
Grace Rogers returned home trom
Lake Weir last Tuesday, after spend-
lug several days very pleansally at
that popular summer resort. TheIr
stay was made shabort ona aeeant of
Mr. and Mrs. Webb havwe to retr
so unexpectedly wS account 'o ti
death of Mrs. Webb's father.
The Sumnr Lamber Compaiy
have tracks in their yard at the
mill, which will be met csire
convenient for their bg -
ness. They have als reeet com-
pleted the building of ten asos of
track going northwet of Zubet. C.
I. Grace did the work for th9f.
Miss Grace Roger leMft fr ber
home at Sparks, Ga., W af-
ter spending several weeks with her
sister, Mrs M. G. Davis.
Mr. Greer, of Honosm, s pat.
last Sunday here with his fairly.'
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Mr. J. ). Terrell of Sneads is a guest
of the Ocala House.

Mr. 8. W. Arnold of St. Petersburg
Io at the Montexama.

Mr. W. .IL Marshall of Tampa is at
the Montexuma..
Dr. A. LI Iziar went to Clearwater
today to sped ten days.
There were 25 arrivals at the Monte-
suma yesterday.

Rose-Violet Talcum, ^ e. the bottle,
at the Postatffce Drugstore.
Mr. W. P Scarborough of Oak Is at
the Montesuma.
Mr. K. A. White of St. Petersburg
is a guest of the Montesuma.
I Mr. J. 0. Guynn of Dunnellon Is at
the Montesuma.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
at the Court Pharmaacy.
Dr. and Mrs. E. R. tarswell have
taken rooms at the Campbel House.
5 or 6 doses W'- will cure any case
ot dOis and ver.. Price 26c.
A new shipment of peroxide cream
just in at the Court Pharmacy.
Nunnally's fine candles fresh every
week only at the Postofflce Drugstore.

Do you smoke? Then try that XI-
manles smoker at the Court Pharmacy.

Edwards' meat market will close at
I p. m. on Thurpdays.
Bathing caps just received at the
Court Pharmacy.

O R MRNT-A large pasture close
in. Apply at this office.

Mr. C. A. Robinso., flavellng au-
ditor of the A. C. 14 railway, is In the
city, a guest of the Montexuma.
R. 4. Davis & Co. of Jacksonville,
handle silk t0&*wter ribbons, 7Sc.
each: $7.M per doaem.

Mrs. Guy Toph and little daughter.
Dorothy, have returned from a visit to
relatives tn Tampa.
POR. R T--r-urnished rooms; two
blocks from square, modern conven-
lences; 24 Watula street*

Mr. L. W. Knight of Cadillac has re-
turned home after a week's visit with
Dr. H. C. Mills.
I Try a box of that sunburn cream,
for sunburn and freckles, at the Court

Are you troubled with ilandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dep's Hair Tonic.
at the Court Pharmacy.
i WANTED-4 or 6-roc:n cottage in
healthy neishborbood. Apply to X. X.
X., Star office '

- A Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
S fead for, fll and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.

Charlie Gray of St Petersburg, is
spending a few days in the city, the
guest of -Mr. and Mrs. 0. 8Scott.

r Have you seen the new visible Fay.-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
S general am ts.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Knoblock of Mar-
tin, were guests of the Montesuma

LAWAHA TRS NO41 L 0. R. .L A aew shipment of that famous Al-
plie Plax just received at the Court
T ka .*venlagp at 7T., at Phr
T8a aiL W. Gray, C. of R.
Mr. D. 8. Woodrow went to Tampa
iTRyAt YOUR UG IG today on business for his phosphate
I have just eeelv a lot of the
tele d sdi hsa g mhade for Take one of those bathing cars
electric Mghts. These shades laerese along with you when going to the lake.
yoar light power 7 per cet. Try Get them at the court pharmacy.
them. H. W. Tucker, the eleetrie tp-
tey Hed 3 I. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksonville.
will sen any make of second-hand
Tie preA of Ie Coeur Pharmacy is typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.
Its prescription department. Pure
drugs only are uMed, whieb ar select. Three cents wi fan you for ten
ed by MA f hita Bouers. Get one of those *-inch Wee-
"tiaganosj fans from H. W. Tucker.
S-. 1 H 0 Major 0. A. Nash went to Tampa
How is that tis os mo ana auto- last night to sit on the court martial
mea bht em t hes new a -Iach of the Tampa captain who Is to bo
Westau 1se eltri c uas that I tried.
have ast reetve-. Lot me place oem'
or. two thim la' yor home sr ea Pr Indigestion and all stomach
py eak. L- *"., Ta ,er the agoe- truiMe take FPley's Orino Laxative as
tr st aIr -ut. t *"u*tate. the stomach and liver
and regulates the bowels and wil pos-
CAILA N. 0 I A L Itively eOre habitual constipation. Sold
by all dealers.

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Davis 100 per cent
Pure Paint
ever since it has been on sale here,
and can truthfuly say It Is the best I
have ever used In my 33 years of
practical experience."
.R D. Shapp, M. P.
Stanton, Va.
..Mr. Snapp echoes the 461i of
thousands of others.
..Y ou canOt improve upon
Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion,
Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.


Elegant furnished rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. LH. C.

Ten years experience.. Ieferenees,
any mdeusic teacher in. Ocala. any
mqsiMc house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
128. A. M. Eaford. city. 1-8-tt
FOR SALE-Parlor suite of furniture
for $12.50: cost $60 new: one large
cook stove, good order, $5; lots of
flowers in $10 worth of pots for $12.50.
W. H. Clark. Ocala.
We have a large swppy f fire wood
both pine and oak. fireplace and stove
lengths. Good seasoned wood.
delivered, cash. Call- at factory or
*PHONE 170-Ge. GILES & CO.
FOR RENT-Five-room house near
pumping station. Apply to .L C.
Jones. Ocala Bottnk Works. Ocla
Fla. 1-25-tt

Messrs. George and Herbert Martin
returned last night from Tampa, where
they spent a week most pleasantly
with their sister. Mrs. William Wilson.

There Is no better stock of flae
writing papers in the city tian we
carry. Come In and look It over if
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Co.

Mr. John T. Lewis, the state convict
camp inspector, was In town yester-
day. Mr. Lewis said his son was do-
ing well.

If you are looking for prompt
efficient service, send us your
seriptions, or 'phone us and we
send for them. Nothing but the
used at the Postoffice Drugstore.


Mr. W. H. McRainey of Wildwood.
was in town yesterday and stopped at
the Montesuma. Mr. McRalney has a
splendid Mitchell auto, but the woods
are so full of water that he could not
come to town- In it yesterday.

Mr. J. W. Sylvester and Miss Leafy
Sylvester will go to Eastlake In a
short time to spend a month in one of
the bluff cottages.

Rev. W. H. Dodge will leave tomor-
row for Jacksonville. where he will
spend the remainder of August visit-
ing his sons and will preach in the
First Presbyterian church. During
Cantvmh-r T.- rmi knlep will -. t- oJ-

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Mr. L Walker of Inverne s at the

~~m pre ndle post eards at the
OajRa Hose.
Mr. W. P. Franklin of Tampa Is at
the Oeaa Hollo
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hickson of Vir-
Sgala, are guests of the Ocala House.
Call and see the new books at the
the Ocala News Co.
Mr. G. B. Reynolds of Tampa is a
guest of the Ocala House.
Have you seen .the picture putzle
post cards at the Ocala New Co?

Mr. W. E. Lowe, Jr.. of Chattanooga,
SI a suest of the Ocala House.
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Mrs. B. A. Weathers Is enjoying a
visit in Ocala with relatives. She will
remain there several weeks longer and
will then go to North Carolina for a
vilt.-Tampa tribune .
We are showing the best 2ae. box of
writing paper that we have ever had.
and if you want the centre value of
your quarter, don't fall to buy thlftrom.
the Postoffioe Drugstore.

Miss Gladys Stewart, who bas been
stenographer at the Ocala Iron Works
for some time, has gone to her former
home at Kingsland. Ga.4 where she
will remain.

Mrs. J. W. Akin and son. George,
have gone to Macon, Barnesville and
Ocilla. Ga., where they will remain for
the next two months, visiting friends.

There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 26 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know.
The stack of pension applications to
the office of the clerk of the court,
filed under the new law. is very large,
and when the different counties of the
state send in their batches the pensalon
office at Tallahassee will be deluged.

Among the subjects at the Air Dome
last night was "The Clever Reporter,"
which brought a smile to the faces of
all who recognized in the perssteut
Journalist a strong resemblance to
Claude Kreger. the Times-Union's
smart and resourceful Oeala corres-
pondent. "The Dairy Maid's Lovers
was the funniest, and the other three
subjects, "Boots and Saddles," "The
Gold Prospectors" and "The Fighting
Chance" were thrilling picture stories
of love and adventure.

FOR RENT-Cottage on corner of
Tuscawilla and South First streets.
All modern Improvements, ten-foot
verandas: windows and doors screen-
ed. Apply to Dr. E. Van Hood. .
Miss Marguerite Porter is expected
home from Galnesville. Ga., tomorrow,
to spend the remainder of the sum-
mer with her mother, Mrs E. Van

Bear in mind we carry a full 1ne of
Staffords and Carter's Inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
News Company.
Mr. I. W. Arnold of the McDowell
Crate & Lumber Co.. left today- for
Palatka, where he will spend a few
days. From there he will go to Jack-
sonville to transact business and will
spend a few weeks in Maeon with ais
father, Mr. W. B. Arnold. Mr. Arnold
will be absent for six weeks, the latter
part of which he expects to spend la
the mountains of the east.
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes, get a pair of smoked gisiaes
from us for 25c. The Postoffce Drug.

the Arst visit li two weeks. --
Harris of the Ocda Mae iat
opposed the llune*hig et the
Jim" special between Tampa am
.in He ehas changed hms attm el
train and has agreed toLmaka ta
on the special to 6amps wM"l
Jim" In the sear fatua'e-Tamps Tri.

Col. W. Davis and family have g
returned to Oeala after a *ew weeks kt
fishing and bathing. OsL Davis w
very-much pleased and thlials he
return shortly. In any event he is n
he will surely retsN when the eyater g
season is on. He has. leat atl eb
oyster bar*-elema, ad a latH l n
Will be nae to wa t them at low
tide. and pick m9 the melus r al -ies m
without asking saybeRd aythi-g ag
about it-Crystal River News .g
soe, roed YM
Jake ueng Vkmi, awn e viswwmi e*Sm
the racus oer the b" amme : i
Gaiesvme yesterday. wa ldmde th
reticent. He said It wa a ge -saga e-
and was fairly umlpiet by Mr. .W -
chnsmon of Galnesvlle. After the h-
game, a Palatha ma called a Aalnesa. ti
vile man a liar. and they alad. Alr M M
considerable more mixia a J1
pulled 1s gun, and theft ak had vi -
portant busimeas elsewhere. ad
Conduoetor Bob rederlek tof -a
Jacksonville morlag tatin, who Is
been spendeag his vaeatm im a a
in Alaehma county and at Pale w eak, =f
has returned to the city to rume his
run. t-

Miss Bette
been visiting
the past four
and relieves,

Wray Mdelvro waa has
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meathsa Sk-ggg^-
returned hemse ,ete-

Aeeuracy a eaaceInte. dot
bmttaofS the Court Phsacrnmeproo
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triedght t man wa playm 'possum,
that he by ra the eetetes. Bae wSt
botlerd to by Dr. oedft ad car-
for theo the hopita e was laternd
placed up I the outy Jal for safe
but who keepin.aft He is verywards paid out. apparently
Lake City for burial. At irst it was
todayouht the man wathis pla inga pad
but it is now preny well understood
that he drm4 the deceetism*. "ewS
adnulatered to by Dr. Hoed sad car-
ried to the hospitaL He was later
placed In the cou.tY JaI for safe
keeping. He Is very IIl, apparently.
today. It Is thought this man Is a bd
character and be is suspected of hav-
ing a hand in the house breaking go-
Ing on in Oesal some timb since.
which suddenly stopped when he was


Mr. and Mrs. John H. Taylor and
Mrs. G. 8. Scott gave a pleasant little
party last evening complimentary to
Mr. Charlie Gray of St. Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor chapLroned the
young folks to the Air Dome, where
they enjoyed the pretty pictures and
from there went over to the Court
Pharmacy and were refreshed with
cooling beverages. Those in the party
were Misses Mary Burford, Alta Pear-
son. Leta and Sallie Camp. Messrs.
Charlie Gray. Phil Robinson, Main
Haughton, Troy Hall.
Mr. Walter Tucker, the proprietor of
the New Air Dome. has engaged Mr.
Hayco, an European handcuff artit,
who will beat the Air Dome all next
week. Hayco is a wonder. It is Im-
possible to handed, chain or let Iron
him or in any way fasten his legs or
body so that he cannot free himself in
almost no time. He wants any and
all chiefs of police, sheriffs or other
officers familiar with the use of these
Instruments to be on hand nightly to
try to outwit hhn or fasten him up In
a way that he cannot free himself
right before the eyes of the audience.
He is an expensive attraction and Mr.
Tucker hopes you will appreciate the
expense be has gone to to secure Mr
Hayco and patronize the Air Dome
next week.

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from Euake to lMartin yea
where they will bulM a cottage an land
owned by th-tm_ and ral e r-
MNo. srael erof ri Jake and Roe
who fom Yresided ifo OCc. will

return to Ocala la the fall and
here again, either bulidbag a bese as
her lot on Oktawaba avenue or rest-
ing a suitable boase. -

Miss Theresa SuIva. of Georia*
who has been visiting her casla. Miss
Paullne Saullivan for several wee .
has returned bone.

Mr. W. P. Haato.a, of Tampa (he
deep well driller. Is In tow a guest at
the Mo suma. Mr. Hag ttm left
Ocala several years ao. but is pre-
paring to return and resie here agi. g

For 15 cents a Yard I
Colon: Pink ad White

Lieutenant Joseph Bell returned to-'t
day from St. Augustine, where he was a
In charge of the squad of rifemen who.
competed for the Tallaferro trophy on
the state rifle range. t

Look over our line a toNlet, p16-
aratlons. We are quite proud -of the
fine stock.' PertuBe. powdersn d t
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la the tletns departments:
L A sbool of Liberal Arts.
1L A Schol of Industrial Arts.
I I A Bebsol ol e Arts.
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over till September meeting, asking Telegraph Office and Bro. Rogers. Weiear~ed to love W
for the board to grant -public road Bro. Smith when he was with us ja go
connecting Summerfleld and Orange k Called for and livredP our protracted meeting about eleven a I
avenue, to-wit: Commencing at in- Wlt AGm ot h months ago and we love him more m s
tersection of Summerfield hard road y. All Work Guaranteed. White and more and pray God's rich Ulese-
in township 15 south, range 22 east, Trade Cn y Ings upon him wherever he may be.
thence running due west through The love and good feelings We have 0u
section 30 and fractional section 33, for our pastr words cannot express. a
thence continuing west in Sanchez W H nith his big, loving, kind, tender m
Grant to Intersection of Orange IK Hheart he has watched over us the
avenue hard road. past few months as 'a faithful shep-
Also petition asking for public herd enduring all things for Jeasu
road, beginning west of Sparr and Located on North Main St., sake. To know Bro. Rogers is to to
Lowell public road running west be- near government-building. love him. /
tween sections 19 and 30, half mile ar g ermetWe thank God for this meeting
In township 13 south, range 22 to Reasonable rates by the and all the honor and glory I His
range lines between rages 21 and 22, week or month. First-clas forever. May God's blessgs rest
thence continuing west between Wpon Bro. Rogors and Bro. Smith
ranges 24 and 25. about quarter table board and comfortable and everyone interested In the work.
mile in township 13 south, range 21 and may those who were converted
east, Intersecting with what is rom during this meeting grow strbag
known as the Wire public road. Pe- P1. l Ar Dmiem and press award for Christ and His
ttiton filed and laid over till next IMrs. R i lowe, rpi c end be shining lights to others
meeting of the board. Phone 77 Ocala, Fla. That we may all row stronger it
Also petition for change in the the Lord and strive to do His wlHl
Ocala to, Old Town public road as more perfectly Is my earnest desire.
follows: Commencing with a point D. B. .
where said road turns westward L ALE A Conner, Fla., Aug. 2, 10*.
from field of D. E. Jones, running *
north to point directly in front of REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL
residence of D. E. Jones, thence Practical
running due west until line of pro- Tour only hope," sad three doctors
posed change intersects with said tIPETERU DER o Ms I shert DeJ.trolJ U.,
cala-i d Town road, being increase suffering from severe rectal trouble,
in distance of road of 176 yards. Careful estmati s m-ae on all les inan operation, "then I sed Dr.
said proposed change of road being contract work. awes more and bet- King's New Life Pil" she writes,
in section 11, township 13 south, ter work for the money than any "till wholly cured." They prevent ap-
range 19 east. Petition filed and other contractor In own. pendicitla, cre constipation, heads.
laid over till next regular meeting of che. 25c at all druggists
the board. tn---- -
It appearing to the board by pe- pw A DwB
tlton filed wherein a number of cit- -
ensm of district No. 24, state that theA M 3 u
mark and brand Innector fnr usi FLE Y'S

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(Contiued from Prat Pag.) ar, sien,, Tudrln ~ b eIo
at and valae ladirrsdtTh-Gul e S tr a -
B. Mimm. Mathew L. Arustaunag, rSeal t. .l tiwd t ei i
Logaldus L. Alke. Joseph C. Bas- ady foar ama Itg Pha -l m ad m m aa a i7 m,. .
kin, Lucy P. Parr. Mrs. Sarab E. IWedthat0eeoaMbyathaemse ig SpSrSr a si dtamit
Waterman, Mrs. Sarah Perry, Benm t- glyoerin, as, byfA sot a
jamn I. Hall, Salna J. Britt, I. P. tale degree of @ Ute y --mN3 Ss-t I ram ~ th a
Stevens. Leonidas M. Ralson, Wlt- hbat anmd tthe aM of a sa ad be pt S You V IW
Ham W. Jackson, Sarah Elisabeth app"ntam delged ffeorthat Upa/lg ae., aopa. a6 8t -,
Perkins, Thomas B. Stevens. Mrs. B. trt f our S SS ahlMS utiweme --L2& o Jly
A. Halford, Benjamin F. Vaughn, dia roots their curaslve ropIerus 4ettH i
Jas. M. Price, Alexander Holly, J. muh better than by thel s d t aleol, LMI
W. Lyles. C. T. Scott, Annie L. id- geaerallyspidL 8otem wwM COB Cmu
don. Rhoda A. McClure, Frank H. DLo C y raagW
Lytle, Worry KlIpatrlck, Sarah A. dyp ia I July 3i N IB I P- A 3--0 cokn waA h l- i
Reynolds, Caroline L. Leitner. Thad- kBL S AM 1 $30 IIoora $ 160 ; wbrd'e $74
deus D. Lancaster, Robert A. Kelsey. t ever sd ha wIb tmtau t -alm$10; & s lsiS
Malcy We Hall., Valentine M. Seckin- Of alcohol Its$ ;d Je S1112i S
ger, Mrs. Ida V. Gates, John W. A glae of I ar .25; Tyd a & Co., $1.50; Ma -
Hall, Mr. Jas Fant, Wm. J. Folks. ns rti it b ptgu -n Ait i n ang&. 6 p. Un 2;
Sono ForMar lwill uawtt it is Knight & Lawy SL26; J. U ambeek
Mrs. Ieonora E. Fort, Mary Jose- valuable medicinal $1. Total. $11.5S
phine Flewellen, Isaiah J. Fort, Ben- la our Aa rin ca al It was ordeMre the ehma rm
jamin F. Freer. James L. Hinton, r _et of this board eseute inhs ld add
Christopher C. Stevens, E. G. Tay- of conveyance to let of lad iy
lor, Harmon C. Martin, Daniel between theN armo7 I gM ad-
-Grantham. Montholon Atkinson, lot of R. R. Caonrr oPt. I g
Thomas J. Statrunk, Raphael Camp- aavenne, same being part bhe 5 m
bell, Henry B. Nettles, Wnm. Had- Wold survey o Ocala, Florida, toa-
sock. Robert D. Hampton, Hardy aa .psV D by Dr. V. Ple Of rion Dsns lodge No. 19. A. P.
Rainer, Joseph Shuford, James C. t aY ., and will bemalled r e to nD de i s
Setrouer, Henry N. Knoblock, Geo. ny nd same an a ad dels t with the
W =rD. ekdd to tbe asur ar above. Woe & (!bramblie -Ban to be he
W. Bella, Robert D. Beek, Salo- these rdu rmeafao si oem there till terms of greenet bayhe i
mon Smith, E. T. Williams, D. P. standard meal booof a differ- bn complied with.
Whylle, Alfred Ayer, Martin J. Chit- ent schools of practice, it will be fo It s ordered that "m be a- m
ty, W. H. Shackleford, Benjamin L. that the ingriedentecomipogl the *old.
Hickman, Columbus Milligan, B. L. Media Dscoera advsed a Propriatedo to Marion Ctaty a
amll, Joseph B. HaIrrell, Wm J. for t cure o theabover pIo I Aaociatlon, to be used In the p kq
Sa Joieph B. WnM. 3. M ht also for them re of all ca 1ag of premiums oa the fair.
Hogan, Robert D. Wilkins, J. A. tarrhal. br-ochial and throat afectlon Chairman MacKay was appolaWtst a
Welsener, Johh R. Whaley, John H. acrmpained with catarrhal dischars a committee to examine the onty 1
Falton, R. J. Evans, Mrs. Elizabeth poareneas, sore throat, nI Ja a nd report at the eat m tfg
M. Smith, Julia D. Hunt, Mrs. Ann hang-on-ucoguh, andal ha wi t n t the t mt
J. Thaler, Rebecca Ross. Mrs Alice an tions which I promptly I o this board. 0 1
. VThaler Rebecca Ross. Mrs. Alia f y tread e u s abletoE i The resignation of W. J. May as
,4. Vo rt, Elizabeth Rattue. Julia aoUption Take Dr. Pleee's Dtis superintendent of the poor farm was
V. McCredle, Mary J. Pelot, Mrs. L. govery in tme and peruse Ir n its s accepted and Commissioner Mathews
A. Cauthen, Mrs. Jane A. Hudgens, antil yougiveIt a far trial and It is not was authorized to Supply delel -
Miranda A. Winston, Martha A. l ei Wto appont. Too muek mut not r
Hickson. Mrs. Hannah E. Mills. Eli- f" M ep1cdt4i. mit wil t psrft eomd toe c this bad req t-
abheth Rabb Yon ugue Martha J c m I will not u e umpl e to write A. W W. p. To e o
Whiter. U. L Bader ts advaed stae. No medicine wilL PFarfeld, Fla., to appear before thi
White, lrs. M. L Badgerl, Belle A. mt waca the affect that led up io board at the meeting in Sptembet
McEwei, Elizabeth J. Hall, Mrs. El- finmp ( tI nk sNa" and show cause, of any he has, why
la R. Bemby, Sallle J. Denmon, Mrs. he should not move his temn hm
L. V. Mixson, J. Duncan Shaw, publc road between PFaUr i ad
Wright Fore, John Rotler, Louisa S H.. .. Ir roa
B. Randall, Fianklin S. Holly, Mrs ty, H. A. Ross. Robert A. Swain and Irvine.
B. Randall ankn. Holly Mrs E. Jones. It appearing to the board that the
Sarah F. Phillips, J. S. Weathers, Complaint having been made to telephone posts between Oa ad
SrK Jane -,ml Be jni Jr Simmons Complaint hawing been made to tphone Post bwn Seala d.
Mrs. Jane S ym, Ben. J. Simmons the board that Arthur Hall and Paul Blitchton are in the rig-t-of-way of
Mrs. n Ida W. Walkp Mrs. Emilyt Hampton having been improperly the Bltchton hard road, ad the
Bateman. Mary 0. Lews, Elizabeth using their pistols, thereby abusing board destriig to have said road
Crmton, Margaret Fort, Jas. .' the privilege granted them by 1i- sraped and repaired, which they
T. Crter, Mary Ward Andrew cense. it was ordered that the U- canot do while the posts ae
J. arel, Lovents M. rham cense granted Arthur Hall and Paul ing in right-of-way, directed the
Wm. H" ll, Lohv n Ad raham Hampton be cancelled and the clerk clerk to communicate with Dr.
White. Sarah E. Dtncan, David Tar- of this board is directed to notify Blitch and request him to remove o
er. Duca H Dar i Mrs. said persons of the action of the telephone posts outside of riht-o- a_
ner, Mrs. Mattle J. Harvey, Mrs. board. way so that the county machinery 7
F. C Err. yG. C. WillaBe Geo. Pope The superintendent of the poor can be used on repair of public read.
. Carry G. C. Williams, Gea Pope farm fled his report, together with The clerk is directed to notify J.
W John Adams, Sa .Tr- statement of costs of poor form, P. Taylor to move his fee of the
tar, Mrs. Cherry A. jerry, Wm P. which is as follows: right-of-way of Blltchton-Ooala road
.Moorman, Mile J. MicAo, Edwin To the Honorable Board of County so that the road machinery coid be
A. Me onell, . ,McAteer, Henry Commissioners: properly used on public road.
R,/ haw. M Ar. GeorgsiaAnnM Gentlemen:-I, having visited \he The notary bond of W. C. Zima-
.Jo .i E. Adams, Mrsconty's infirmary on the 28th ult., merman as notary was approved
Htcell, Elizabeth W. Jernigan, J. be leave to report follows: I Notary bond 6f P. T. andan ws --_
H. Lanier, Sr., Geo. W. Walters. Geo. nd the inmates exactly as reported approved.
H. Davis, F. M. Townsend, John W. last monthhirteeny n number, Bond of E. T. William s notary
Nance, Adam B. Rou, Hugh W. lfor whites and nhne colored, pno blic was approved.
Douglas. Nicholas P. Myers, Mrs. deaths having occurred since last
Nancy S. Wallace, James Parker. reported. They continue in their BABY MORPHINE FIENQ #
rs,. R. C. al, Mrs. Harriett A. usual but feeble condition. About are made by all soothing syrps and g
Brah, Johns Connell, Munroe. one more acre has been planted in baby medicines that contain opium
Pitman, Marvm P. rinel, doctor peas for a forage crop. Sugar cane and narcotics. McOees Baby mtdr
PiRotesn, Marvin P. Frink, D or and sweet potatoes have been work contains no injurious or narotic a
Roberson Dnn, Miers T. LCheshire. ed up; and live stock, Vat is, a drugs of any kind A srs and ease
Jane V. Childers, Wm. Luclus, Dunn-cue
can McCraney, .Mrs. Florence L. cre for disordered stomachs, bowels a I
Mayo, Henry W. Long, Seth R. and tretfulness-splendid for teetipag #OM
Brown, R. G. Nell, John H. Brooks, Infants. Sold by.all druggista
R. O. Billups. Frank E. Caldwell, J.
Q. Bishop, Wilson W. Best, RobertSPE PS WANTS TO BUY A dOUSE
Holly, Thomas L. Johnson, James J. "N tsea or weadeM as --
Brown, Levi Thomas Matchett, yb' for anwmonths a eia e y Party wishes to buy a six or seven-
Enoch W. Agnew. Luther D. Geiger. ed i *stoarh catah and d, room house'east of railroad In Oa;
Ferney W. Blitch, Emma J. McRae, I think a wodd of pk I J o cash transaction. Apply to Star office.
Georgia A. Sellers, Massie E. Robias, Csewsar' for their wodemfaul cm.
Mrs. Vermedy Hall, Alexander H. tioc. I have takes resmous ether so- EAST OP THE RIVER
Yongue, W. M. Richardson, Joseph called memdies but without avail, d~ I -
P. Burgess. Thomas N. Davis, Dan- Sad that Caseaets ilreve ma i a day The protracted meeting at the
lel A. Smith, George W. Wills, Wil- tia all the othem Ive tahaken w n Baptist church laed Sunday aIght.
liam E. Yongue, Susannah E. Frink, a year." Janes McGuan The meeting lasted eight day and
Jarret J. Beck, William E. Martin, so8 Meer St., Jersey Ci.y, N.J. there were eleven addition to the
Adella P. Phillips, Drucilla T. P. easatm Paletadb. PoNt, TTae Good. church, eight by coaversiom.
Smith. .od 3 S .W fatoahe wkr Rev. E,. Lee Smith and our below-
The following persons filed appli- iMstIImIpeCCC,. Gr g ed pastor, Rev. F. Rogers, cor-
cation for permit to sell whiskey. ma year *m b ducted the services. We feel that
Permits being in regular form, were we had two of the best preaches in -a
ordered filed and the clerk directed the state with s. Services were
to publish necessary notices as re- held in the morning and evening of a 1
quired by law: TE each day and were wel attended.
Bluenthal & ,Bickert, district No. Sunday an Sunday eveinag at the
1; Keating & Co., district No. 1; r(O' I)T If l T close of the meettag the large church
Carmichael & Son, district No. 1; J. building would not comfortably hold
M. Tyson, district No. 1; J. D. Ho- the large coagregatton. We feel fA 4
gan, district No. 1; J. M. Trotter, PnESSING CUBI grateful to Bro. Rogers for laboring Mp
district No. 24: W. C. O'Bannon, so well with us. They were lastra-
district No. 24; B. F. Dukes, district mental in God's hand a pointing oat
No. 24; W. H. Mills, district No. 23; J. (. C AUIIN, fTrp .r the way of salvation to ansaved sobls
Harry Peters, district No. 24; R. A. and In reviving "the Chri)srse. We
Fallana, district No. 4. had a glorious meeting and our
Road petition was filed and laid Next Doer to the Watern Union hearts go out in love for Bra Smith

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