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: 10 30, 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: VID03311
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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Athes Orseece, Oct. .-Naval of--
felas stated a revolution yesterday
areenMforeed by about N0 mm
they smined the arsenal on the Island
of Siasims and entremched themselves
agammst attack frem the loyal forces
of tU army and navy.
Last Wednesday a small band of
naval emess, displeased with condi-
team In the navy, withdrew from their
ags and quietly made their way to
Salmis. Nothing was expected from
sas but yesterday news was brought
,by a member of the garrison on the
lam that the office, h backed by a
number of mes whom they had re-
cruited surprised the small garrison
and took poMss-em .
The set o( the naval officers was
hardly expected by the government.
which, It is believed, was rather In-
ellmed to overlook their desertion of
their vessels in the hope that would
end the matter and relieve the straIn-
ed relations between certain circles
In the army and navy and the gov-
ernmeat. Kng George is unpopular,
and It is probable that the uprising,
should It gather strength, will result
In his speedy withdrawal from the at-
airs of the nation.
The Greek fleet m anchored on the
further side of the Island of Salamis
and haes et yet had time to declare
,which. side It will take. Many of the
Junior naval officers In Athens dis-
avow the revolt. Great excitement
prevails and the office and home of
the minister of marine is guarded by

Louis Boom, a leading merchant of
Norway, Mich., writes: "Three bottles
of ley'os Se-ey and Tar absolutely
cur- my boy of a severe cough, and
a neighbors boy. who was so ill with
a cold that the doctors gave him up,
was cured by taking oley's Honey
and Tar." Nothing else is as safe
and certain of results. Sold by all

A Sr of Men Lsee their Lives from
ana Eplesin of Gas
Iondon. Oct. e$.-A score of min-
ers are known to be dead and It is
possible that the list will be swelled
when a complete toll Is taken, as the
result of an explosion which occurred
In a eollery of Glanorganshire, Wales,
There were several hundred men at
w*rk In the mines when the explo-
aona occurred, caused. It is supposed,
by natural games exploded by the un-'
guarded lamp of some Incautious
Manager Rowen called for volun-
teer tgo o nto the mine with him In
an attempt to save as many lives as
possible. Two men stepped forward-
sad the three were lowered Into the
shaft from whence the explosion came.
They were drawn up later, in response
to a signal, gasping their last. It ap-
pears they were overcome by gas at
Uhe bottom of the pit.
Nearly all of the 20 men who were
0ring ain the workings were engaged
In other shafts not very closely con-
nected with the one In which the ex-
pl101i occurred and this accounts
for their being saved.
This tetble calamity often bap-
peas because a careless boatman Ig-
mer the river's warlngs--growng
ripple sand fster current. Natures
waM O ars kt d. The dull pain or
anhe k' the baeek warns ou the kmd
awy need attention It you would es-
espe fatal s_ dropsy, diabetes
or Brtighs dkmase. Take Electric
Batters at ome and see backache flt
sa all year best feelings return. "Af-
ter Iw sEmsrg from weak kidneys
a J lame back, eo $1 bottle wholly
ered me," write J5 R. Biakenuhlp,
of Balk, Tmn. Only Mc. a bottle at all

Richmond, Va, Oct. S.-The ashes
at Margaret Davis Hayes, daughter of
JeIerami Davis. were laid to rest In
learwood cemetery yesterday. The
skesut was placed In the Davis lot,
mear the graves of the Confederate
prialdest aud his wife. An Impres-
Ivea memorial service was held In St.
Paul's church.
Mris Haye was the wife of J. Ad-
disem ayes died lan Colorado Springs
Ist Juo-and the body was cremated
and the retmae .temporarily burled at
that pIlce, pending the final burial
Mra. Haye was a woman of great
Intdhaaitn and was prominent in the
4-lsb of the Daughters of the Con-
tedetcy. Despite the tragedy which
bad entered nto the life of her father.
she retained In mid or heart none of
the bitterness of the great conflict or
the subsequent reconstruction. *
Meet wme are troubled with kid-
mny eomlaint. and you know very
mOaW seous ad even fatal disease
n mH these neglected kidney
trom If ye will take DeWItts
Kilmey and MBlder P"is as directed,
yu" may -e ueesmldt at is" result
Try them amd se how realty go
they aam Beware of Imitatlone, pIB
that a inteaded to develve ye. Us
- was h W* hWk.%L mow3* Uan..

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Of a Jmaksr-viHe Man Cauded the
Death of a Little Girl .
Ofemded because his neighbors had
requested his removal from the house
in whihb he was living. Charles K.
Putrell. 38 years old. of 22 Franklin
street, because intoxicated last night.
and bramdhing a revolver In each
hand started out to kill them ofR, with
the result that a wild shot fired as he
was having the house struck little
Katie Reser, 9 years old, daughter
of George Resser, W Frankn street,
killing her Instantly. Futrell was held
respensle for her death by a coro-
Jail awaiting a hearilng.-Jacksonville
Metropest, th.

Lame the Case of Daily Wem and
End Them
When the back aches and throbs.
hbu sework is torture.
W nlght bring no rest nor sleep.
Whn urinary disorders set In
VImen'f lot is a weary one.
Tare is a way to escape these woes.
Dsan's Kdney Pills cure such Ills.
Mate uemd thoweads_
-mA' this women's testimony.
It. NMin Moore,. Madison avenue,
hite, Fai, says:
"For some time I suffered from dull.
nagging backaches and distressing
palas through my loins. I could not
ast ell and arose In the morning
felng tired and worn out My kid-
Ias were sluggish and the secretions
werme'nnatuesl I at length procured
Dean's Kidney Pills and they gave me
te desired relief. I have since been
Ofe froNm backache and pains through
my loais, and my kidneys have been
normal. I am feeling better in every
way and give Deaa's Kidney Pills the
Per sale by all dealers. Price 60
eants. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo.
Mew York, sole agents for the United'
rnmeaber the name-Doan's-and

Of Sakheldwe Meetiang
Notice is aereby given that an ad-
irmed charter meeting of the stock-
hsMdtesLof the Oeala Garage & Supply
company will be held at the office of
he eouaty judge, In Ocala, Florida,
ea Wednesday, Nov. 3rd, A. D. 190, at
8 o'clock p. m.
Joseph Bell, President.
I. I Carroll, Secretary.
If people with symptoms of kidney
Or bMddir trouble realize their dan-
Wi they would without loss of time
emnMence talfng Foley's Kidney
emedy*. This great remedy stops
the paet and the Irregularities.
treagthens and builds up these or-
gain and there is no danger of
sBrira disease or other serious dis-
aorer. De not disregard the early
symptemsa Sold by aln druggists.
The National Fther Washing Co.
has pened for business Feather beds
ad piows washed and renewed. We
furalsh new ticks or have old ones
iaiuiesrd. Old mattresses made ov-
er, and feather mattresses made to or-
der. Feathers bought and sold. We
soltcit your patronage. Located on
North Pod street.
laternatiomal Feather Washing Co.
The ladles of St. Masaret's Guild
will helM their annual basaar on Dec.
2.4 at the Woman's Club buiding.


hy Ael MA. amt a they eannt
reach the M ordad etis .g
There ls olwy em way to eaf-
nesw, and that Is by coi-tutional
remedies. Deafness Is eaued by an
Inflamed ooaditlea of the macn Ulin-
iag of the .cebbsMa Tube. When
the tube la Inflamed you have a
rumbling sound of Imperfect hearing,
and when It Is entirely closed, deaf-
nes is the result. and unless the In-
flanmmatio can be taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condition.
bearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are eased by
catarrh, which s netnMag but an In-
flamed coandltn "w the mueous sur-
We will gIve One Hundred Dollars
for any ease of destaees (caused by
catarrb) tlat cannot be cured by
Hasll Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
culars free. P. J. Cheney & Co, To-
ledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggistsa Tic.
Take Mas ftmy Plus for constlpa-

The famous Detroit baseball team,
on Its way to Cuba, stopped In Tam-
pa yesterday to give-the local nine a
game. Though greatly outclassed, the
Gulf City boys put up a good fight and
aueceedd Ina being beaten -by only
9 to L

DumnleenP, a., Sept. 1s~t l9.--I
have sold M ls Texas Wonder of St.
Laos. Me, for sat year. very bot-
tle I adds a customer for It It is
a gensime care for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Obnmaeht.
Merchant. 0 days treatment In each


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They'* ny but If you wiB exmine
carefully the See which melts so rap-
fly ou wl note that there seems to
be holes In It that the center is what
Is called "snow Ice," which, being por-
ous, allows It to melt quickly.

crystall Ice"

The kind w trn out is cldear
MaI perfect as it s possible to make
le, and is the most eeomomical Ice
to me. Ask the the Red
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For high grade work of all kinds
of painting, paperhangig and dee-
orating, at the highest prices (no
cheap John work) with a fun and ef-
ficent corps of decorators, call at Me-
Icer & MacKays.
I am prepared to take any Job at
painting, no matter how larse or how
small or how fine the work desired
may be. I have the materal, brushes
and knowledge to panlt and do IV
right Houses painted inside sand out
Gralning, gfldng. hard o finishing,
varanshing and lettering and sign
rating. Taste and skill guaranteed
Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word
at the Star esi K. W. Pilraw,
Oeals, 1. tt
Vineyard Haven, Mass. Oct. W.-
The steamer Powhattan of the Mer-
chants' and Miners' Une, carrying
passengers and freight from Boston to
ilaltiom waIn alOMn n n-u.I wlt

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aomer eams Feumd a Vesm I na the
Galf .d Maeh-AM Stay Worthy
f Rider Haggard
Galvesto. Oct. M.-What is believ-
ed to have been the eruption oa a vol-
eamo In the Gult of Mexico was seen
by passngrw sad crew of the steam-
ship Disa. Captain Igaeste, from
Fronters. Mexico, to Oalveston, an
October 21, 156 miles north of Fron-
tera. The statement is er.bAosated
by all on board. Includiat Leader
Scheller. a German scienteLt.
The Disa ran Into what appeared to
be a terrible storm about 3 o'clock In
the afternoon. A mile ahead appear-
ed a bIad of fire or liht. which held
for h1lf an hout brilliantly Ilnuminat-
Ing the sky and Mes Wle either
side of the ship It was Inky darkness.
Entering the Mlumimatell the .vessel
encountered a dead cala% but the wa-
ter was almost boiling, while a rum-
bling noise struck terror to all on
board, and the crew pleaded with the
captain to change the e6re of the
Within twenty minuteS the vssel
paeed out of the fre et ight circle
and encountered the TshesMt sea
Captain In rvaeI evef experienced
in his thirty years' ermvie.

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esr. weaWM to a pia mN we mw

m bImmea be Id a Iit uwb B
in wma e ,r uso a u
drasle drga. A hirgM nqrl ds ak
In loatIsa of Ma l-UMIouL uOwitis
work. Start W tob ft ud ,ml-
gal o1 digosfasm md mMda. PW
thm Is In wokga.idam and me *ew
huaekly yew 31r w l tesoe.e uer

real e' y 1W woeful troil ef.Me
Dr. Pleto a Mo0 "a| in-

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Washlngtmon, Oct. IL-I do st be.
lieve Bryan will be the eat d
cratc candidate for the *
was the opinoe given out by rm
V. rqack cMirman aat te demmetoe
.atiomnal e--lttee. yesterday.
uherBm fnd Perry D&v PdN-
killer Invaluable In the
and It should be kept at beldt
cae of acidemt. L r pal9 is tia
breast take a Uttle Palhlklr JI
wmstemd nilk ad water, hthug
the brent In It dou" atm te-ame
time. If the milk peagna"
doed, from cold or eter emmn
bathing a the Painkmer wl goe
Immediate relet. Ask for New 3Ue
Bottle. 7

Madioon Ws, Oct. I flenator La-
Pollette's weekly magales yesterday
published an editorial deaumeteery of
Speaker Cannon, based on Ctam.e's
recent speech at lgain. It says that
Canbo .Is doomed and that a "free.
untrammelled ballot would strip Can-
non's power." It compared Speaker
Cannon with Tammany all, "Bath
House John" and "hinky dink of

than have my tbet'cut oK" said K. L1
Dabgham, of Prineevulg Ml. l-B*
you'll die from grems (which bad
eaten away eight toes) t. you do't,"
sald all doctors. Instead hea Med
Bucklen's Arnica Salve till wholly
cured. Its cure of eezema, fever
sore bols, buns and pile astoand
the world. ie. at an duggilst.

Fort Wayne. Ind., Oct. M0.-In a col-
lslaon between an Immigrant train
and a freight train at Tuscon on the
Chicago and Erie yesterday, thirty-
five Immigrants, men, women and child-
rea, were Injured, some perhaps fa-
tally. The alrbrakes of the freight
train tailed to work.
We wish to announce to the public
that we are now ready to do a general
livery business and take care of all
the trade in this liae that comes to us.
We have for some time had a few
horses and have done some business,
but were not In a position to ask for
trade, as our faselities for handling
livery business were very limited. We
have nowpput In a full equipment of
first-elass horses, our big barn and
stalls have all been placed In first-
class shape for their acco-nmo4atto
and we now offer the public the ser-
vices of a livery busloeas that is sec-
ond to none In the state. We have
competent drivers who know the
country and will give your Interests
our best care and attention.
Respectfully. Tompkinas Cobb,
Phone, 117. Liverymen. Ocala, Pla.

Lverett. Mass., Oct. 30-Arthur A.
Belyea, of Boston, a "poem" writer, by
election as well as occupation, was
hauled to the police station yesterday
by a policeman minus literary tastes,
charged with peddling without a li-
Poet Belyea was making a house to
house canvass with his literary wares
when the policeman held hbit up. He
was Informed that he had to 'get a II-
cense from the board of health for
selling "poems." just., the same as If
he were peddling vegetables or fish.
"Tour sO- has consumption. His
case is hopeless." These appalling
words were spoken to Geo. 1. Blev-
ens, a leading merchant of Spring-
field, N. C., by two expert doctors-
one a lung specialist. Then was
shown the wonderful power of Dr.
King's New Discovery. "After three
weeks use," writes Mr. Blevens, "he
was as well as ever. I would enot
take all the money In the world for
what It did for my boy." Infallble for
coughs and colds, its the safest, sur-
est cure of desperate' lung diseases on
earth. Se. and $1 at all druggists.
Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle


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TMahee AhHefthy tee on af the
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A-n ti w nd. an ew Ilu es n i the
4 Pat -- h In id Wo dnmaoe hgh

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Su mee usedn a short tae. wmi el for eS.

uinsoi Fieers Mim7 ard Tar clears the air
mi te ver ?* th e hI the
S- m and the meot bstilaate coh
9w"o Inman"ulngs
eanJ ho neos art t 14 Oea"d. a t
^ el iseupefled foMi& the systea. Be-
Sth e ay sts tiS ene n the yellow

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am ik* stek e$ock, e towa n te wt
Seteq.k. dThe her and les
I-. wIB he athe old John Martin prop-
Saw erty' ew BRpeittle street. Walt for
,Wpm & the stoek an looek thbMi over before
1-b b" b M In@, as 2 eas please yes and save
e bLwr th m meoyr. The anaa.o arere selcL-
r Waiss edr me in peresa and are guaranteed
e g S. a Rlas Bespectfuloy.
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liv. er

C. 2 tag w seio Jwd 0eIM1 Vir-
alms AvSe., i la, wrise
"I was as weak oro kidwny trouble
that I oldM hardly walk a hundred
t It. r F aeitles s P effsa Kdne
siedy deasMid my cmpliexli careu
y bbel en and the ltregsIaritles
dsfsmm Id. ad I m n now attend to
beinem nevey s ay and recommend
towef ilady Pemedy to aB suffer-
-a as it eredme after the doctors
a&t other rmedies bad called." or
at- b a alldrggetas.
If yw west a ettags ome In Ocala
- easy pm-ta, consult FrMak Ditto,
He haa a plan that wil not fall to la-
tlaid ryew

Tow medt net be troUabled In any
way -i the stoeMaeh, If yo will
dalply take odol at those times
w re yud Sathat yo nee sIt. KXod
s gSaatsted to relieve yo. If t
fts 0 er Imiy wMl b refunded to
S by the dNgklt* trom wh- m you
thesMI H. Try It today On this
tm. Sam te an drinsts L
bahi-eMH i.. Oct. IL-Judge
ft-lhUlAnt BunMatd fonoer Judge of
X4MI aIliy, died at his mhome bre
lat IL Dmarag the eCvI vat.
J~ 2 =er aI. was adjutant quarter
matr at General R. r Lees head-
quIat He was a yeans of age.

yabelelH. (ct. 3L-. M. CollIns.
omegly ft this city. but more recent-
rly t Clearwatoe died In the A. C. U
heMal at Waycrass yesterday morn-
aitr, as the renlt of injuries sutala-
e boa walkag off a moving train
twen Tra"r at Bish Springs.

io er o as nnt
We be thi mbb eth of thank"t
J u fb thrdau te colUMus oC

th Jt we rwlpt d N ared te OuGS

wbbs aibede m gme mr ta I.-

not we vIM be cared for. Our
aias wide wlb e Sadv fla do-

11111 yu ltf
' ait be, s I ao
M"aa a w .
w-u4r a- 9ad both eMWeS.
Charle sad Be Rbeinaner SB New
Tet City Imprted aI person with
the owect eo biestg fe it what ye
wst. The goods -a-vi the best
-rto- of thfe alls of this m eo-
ItV 1at aepe, yeow ea ot hbe
otherwiseA ta S dove-r their
the atteatims of the ladies is ae-
pedaay called to the ready mas
garmeats. & Besatifl u ad stylih
enat sits, skirts, waists, oats, and
under, otehiaftg for ladies and
mises. For the cheidres, oats,
sats sad daderclothing of all kMad.
Our stock of dream goods, tritm-
ims.a baces and embroideries, eor-
"tn, bosry, ae shoes, gloves,
sweaters, et. lIs receivias maw
cmpalmeats from the. ladles and is
sure to Pase yo. o
We cana t outythe m folks
eaoplete, from ;6ad to feet, from
this deopartUmsent of the establisah-
meat, and are ashowin this fall sad
winter the bet line of elothag we
'ave ever handled.
Boys' otM M complte,I tn st-
els goods.
On the send afoor, are displayed
an utinely new Ulae of elegant
rags, carpets, both dome.ste and ti-
portt, laes and portiere curtaias,
mattiags, etc.

you wia be sue to tad something
that you waat.

3mruess of am kIh. meIded or new
part made where desired. Aloe aw
TUmnitm A CoWs stables,

0t1 Oma e n o ope4 tte

FOR SALM. A splendid Welliaftom
upright piano. nearly new, perfect
order. $11e,asBy terms. Several used
organe for almost naothian. Wri or
phone me, %5. I have no store. 4 A.

The registration books of the city
of Ocals are now open at the city
clak's otfee. All parties desirlnq to
register will do so before the second
Saturday in November, as the bookam
will close ,on that date.
LHC. Si. trunk.
Clerk ad Supervisor of trao
of the City of Ocala.

Pall el are quickly cured by Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar. the great throat
and lung remedy. The genuino con-
talas no harmful dru&. Sold by all

For rent, a completely furnisbed,
MalM cottage on east side t Ake
Weir. Apply at Star off a.
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A nice front room. furnished, for:
at. Apply at 109 Port King avenue,'
or at this fice.

lame back comes on suddenly and
Is extremely painful. It Is caused by
rheumatism of the muscles. Quick
relief is afforded by applying Cham-
berlaln's Uniment.

WANTED-For the winter, two or
three rooms suitable for light house-
keeping; unfurnished. Apply at Star

Mr. F. FIts, Oneonta, N. Y.,
writes: "My little girt was greatly
benefted by taking Foley's Orino
Laathve, and I think It In the best
remedy for constipation and liver
trouble." Poley's Orino laxative Is
mild, pleasant and effective, and cures
habitual conJtlpation. Sold by all
drulise lad

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soon INtem a ft tiest and-l
warna pan theee oftead te oeoe mthe
thO~ band' t navo l Stea m wm a th
galited; e reel v Wedageday with
torpedoet waa the an the r
The Aeat both wasere ad i after i
4 clet and a sharp A m och aa t
ks str ek the arsemIInS bIuION "6
the cerfetpendnt eI* o ely one b
hit aso etres abet--fte S -
which immediatelyy wasa eae Aeped a
aveo ad a-n. M B

gradually retired, steaming ake-

e; The reeI viselb, w e *the en-
gagefnet was ia pnerP r eatmd Sm
the of the warsis andooL I bat-

11 a m- y- anhlySeo. i,.-
e:s, but ap-renhly liS dumIe-was
done on either side. The Web led
by Uldet TibsIde are report l to M
have numbered 30 o men. ,

A2 muC m gr:sis nmW D lI Pei s

Rev. W. H. D Ma iD. Pastetor
9-d a.:.% hschM oo.

7: a. IB.-Holy Pitedooel fo
11 a. a.-fqlar vice
7:1 a. m.-Resiqlar services.
Speial music at both morning and
I iL mw.-Junlor Missianaryhekty.
3:M m-Y0p1e. aP .ICTmwv Society. M a

8 r-t* o am.c. m ,w T, e
A cordial invitation extended to all.

7: 0a. h-Holy ou mmniment.
:6 ae m.-Weraml prayer.
10 a. te.nday e school. 0
11 a. m.-Ltany and holy comman-
Ion with sermon.
P7: 6e at m.-velg player and a@r-
ubjects Lofm ermns. morning, The
Armor t God: evening, ll Sai nts.
Wekdays, Monday, Wedneeday and
Friday, holy oon ipulon at 7 a. a.
KvealSg prayer Priday, 7:30 p. n.
Monday thei Guilda of St. Margaret ST.JO SEPH
at the rectory at :3 p. .am, the Je-
I Guid at the residence of Mrs.
Porter at :" p. m.
residence oMrs.Haisey. 3:30p.i, Boarding Seo for

W. H. Coleman, Mianister. P Coeate a ala I Sel
10a m.-45nday school.
3 p. m.-Jiltor Christian Udeavor. Apply for rupw e ItNs to
11 a. m.-whrmon, "A Greate
that Faled."' h
7:30 p. m.-noVMSa nThe d1 e ad
SSacred Books of Other hetigas Cta-
Junior Chridianea Bdmeu'peeaMi
TopIc: "Givihr Tahan." L.Thees. '
6:13. LuAse Spencer, leader., O S avi
Prayer nla concert.
Bib le emon read by leader.
Bible leon explanation by auperin- -
tendent. I ..
Chalk talk James Chace.
Lesson atorr. "In Ewvrthin.." Loas
Song. .
Missionary study, Winona Wether-

Roll calL respouled to
of thUankfulaem.
Bible character study.
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11 a. m.-Preaching by pastor.
2:30 p m.--Junaior League.
Marie Burktt. leader.
3:30 p mp-Senlor League.
Mrs. George I. Taylor,n leader.
7:3 p. m. -Peacftmg py pator. .

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Subject. The PS Stature of a Man.
Ephesleas 4:12-16; IL Tim. 2:15. -
Prayer. Latis Im s
Roll calL Responses with scripture .,
verses begIanfg with C. h
Responsive reading Psalms.
Open meeting B& .
Prayer. 1 1 aus IX. ft |f Jqv.l&
Chalk talk, Margaret Little. ., i 1
Remarks on the t6pic, superinten. "
dent. ,
Topic IInrat-d by two roses. An- t .
nie Pearl LOdon. i W.a

Bble stry of a little girl who it
watched by her brother's cradle anad i.r -
of a mother who was hired to take S
car of her own baby. Eleamer NIon. I l
Bible drilL u .
Announeements. ,L, k mN vwL

Subject, Poot Rich and Rich Poor.
Leader, Mrs. G. 1. Taylor.
Music by Sunday school orchestra.
Responsive reading, Psalm 119.
Prayer by leader.
Lesson topic, Lake 1C:19-31.
Son~,. sae quartet.
Scripture verses by seven leaguers.
Song, No. 14L. a
Talk. Mr. Fmed BaNett.
Son1, chorus of girls with viola
Talk, Mrs. Kirkland.
Talk, Mrs. T. M. Moore.
SongNo. 1U.
Talk. MiSS Milne."l
Selection by orcbestra.
CoWect* of
Weok eq P p- .-Meadas Pr-gram
Subject, The Camerated Life. Our
Need of God and God's Need of Us.
laiders. Mrs. T. I. Bridaea. Mm.m


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You can buy theW. & W. -b r at
Mr. P. A. A m ey a lttloe
or Martel were na town sofy.
nmor V let aec Bp at the
C-t Phaumamy.

Mr. Month"o Atme an of Oltown,
is a vi ator to the ety today.
A arb mam nt of choke frutt
fat Trummies.
R nd adverment eit Isers
moser-savim speeinka n tie fOurth

W. T. Bentas of Gainasville and W.
1 Woods of aIMedled, tarred at the
Moesu umma ~ mihtL
The Air Dome win reopen with movw-
Iar picture and vaudeville In the ar-
amry Monday emenln.
FO ALWE, CHEAP-A nrst-elas
Idy's bony horse. Apply to Dr. A.
I 6mar..
M. sad Mrs. J E dwards ad Mr.
Join L. Davis qame down yesterday
from Irvine In Mr. Edwards anto.
Just received a *shmmt of Hny-
l uar's cmady. Troxers, ye thaes the

L Mr. John McCredle. after a pleassat
vi it to his mother and sisters in this
city, left yesterday tor Wareross, a.
Penusylvaala Grit and other leadI I
newspapers and magaRines at Bal-
lard's new stand. \
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Graham went
AB-- #_ ....AM un

.' -v h EU~~E~ up to micanopy iy 'a ape.. we.-
.~E d'.~9 ~ / d' ~ E

p- P to lMuaNOpy tody to spee1 511-
1 W C V 'WW OK day with M Ors. Graham's salster.
Let ua do your p OeriptIos work.
S .., Preaeriptiem eded for and delivered
prmptl :% Te cort Pharme a

.. ..-. ,tive operar at Va .oats, wasa a VG o

1i. -sad T e jew Irat the Pm e Dru
<. ."...: .- ,, -. Mr. a I Ma, Cll rksnt a Mi
at sver Springs.
If yes was a good wead penel buy
on of erls et, Se. at the Pet-

". Mr, Del Meody and sister; Mrs. A.
C. ader.-mea p from the ake

S1ftf i Io tleaS, after h~se.
4 1 8f. S. 1 e the PostotMae

I. f epe"Holof Sox for men, guaranteed
Sfoe s months without boles, at

If you want a good sead pencil buy
O DEL PEMEee at Geri1's 1est. Ic. at the Post-

wi iel you a home in
S" .I lot The children of the Baptist Sunday
OU a and school enjoy a law party n the
Church wroOnd yesterday afternoon.
lI, gWbuae title and carry "" "
lsed byY YOu Holeprwof Hose for ladles, gUaran-
l actv for six aolth without holes, at

SM You pay little yo We
rent Now ready for ""' "
C. Davis a o ofJaaevll
Handle silk typewriter rlbbam tic.
each-: $U ,per dea.
SF. M. Harp, the Ereka turpentine
opwtor es* lan yesterday to enter
,. K IMthe b Lilpfl. He hss been sick for
Dome u-ae.

If yweswt a good lad pencil buy
one of Ger's Best. e. at the Post-
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Col. Charles Byre,. A. S. A. retired.
is l t he city today to look after his
landed Interests In the western and
northern portion of Marion.
Jerge's Talcum Powder, large emas
holding nearly a pint eeah, guaranteed
pure and fragrant The Court Phar-
George Turner, farmer and evange-
list of Gaiter, was In town today and
said the river was down and the dry
spell continued.
We have a few boxes ot exception-
ally fne writing paper. Drop Ia and
take a look at them. The Potofftce

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The funeral services of the little 14-
months-old daughter, IRuby, of Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil, Bryant, were conduct-
ed this moralig at 10:3 o'elock, Rev.
Barnett, pastor of the Methodist
church, read the burial service and
the little body was laid to west In
Greenwood cemetery, Melter & Mac-
Kay cc-da*ctth the funeral. The
pretty little caet was covered with
fragrant and beautiful lowers. A
great many friends and nelhboras
attended the service to lend the com-
fort of their presence to the young
.lsI-stricken parents.

Mr. . Dobbs and wife of t.L
Louis. will arrive in town In a few
days and will k.ep hou In the prop-
erty owned by Mr. Dobb's mother.
Mrs. Mesett, od North Manola
Mrs. J. P. Moody, a very attractive
lady of Jacksonville, who haS been
violting her aunt. Mrs. W. 8. Pike,
went down to Lake Weir yesterday to
visit relatives.
Messrs. 5D. Carmlehael, H. C. Jones
and Gus Halley returned yetrtday
afternoon from a three days' trip in
Mr. CarmSchaers b*k -ick ear to
Wildwood, Coleman bLeers.,westis,
Tavares Orlando and other polata
They had a ne time and enjoyed the
trip very much. The big ear took the
worst of the roads without any trouble
at all.
Ex-Marshal W. C. Ball came In to-
day from Lake City. Mr. Ball is only
able to move about on crutches. He
was an Inmate In our hospital for
quite a long time and since sprtei
has been with his daughter at Lake
* Mr.J. R. I Meon and Mist Annie
Mixon of airfeld, who were deleate
to the Marlon Baptist Asooclatlon at
Red Level, were gnets of the Moneate-

1W M-- a s----AN Mr. C. Thomas, who returned to ---
1 1 J.o SHERIDAN, Ocala from Bartow a few months ao Have ye seen me new vblae Fa-
SPhone 13 has a position wlth the Southern Ex- Mles typewrtort C. DSvTi & Co,.
-. press company In their Ocala office. eal aa.

we wLnt ywr p s o4"w!1o Mr. David Seyler, of Lady Lake, and
----sJl sOU1l and are prepared to offer you the mSt me of its m prea eit is is
l lied parmacIstis nd the rt In town today. Mr. eyler sla the
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wooden s tU e 8Trhe d to e Smolt

as 1i06 la1 a h o rd aT Air D me

Ie jeaa Lmber & sb pp a meeo-

s iing that wie he ammnened ata
cam The aa tww ill be hlated
ac fopeftes eft et betw-- thewe~
1- being a eplath ta t the 2ld

the twoa les s em e-asg em the
e aer, awhle the a o ntmbbesaft
sh~p "w hsa fOKr a haedaIme
two-marye aretch abu wMgmh wie
We up -aer the eempletilon the
woumer bWela The aem to e bmult
st now is to be s the abpe tof hasf
oft a BlenMg su e, eor pmuw bet-
ter demsrted as two two-seary beld-
ls ManM feet, plaeM th fetamart.
nd theand tJ aed y three twa-sory
buldMings 3 2, giving a eautae of
n feet, a depth a the aMdale -2
feet i and atlthe OR 4 teet Alirl
be eomneted s d yet the apartme at
overhead wia be estrely separate, if
desired. IThe grond soer wW be de-
vaetd to stores, smec the nIler
se- divided Imto little stoae room
inte feet, which are mueah oe
Mr. Walter Tenge ehad the Metro-
politan band meet at his ew cottage
ast evening for practice, ad during,
the eveaog served tmhe f mth a
ttmptint banquet as pe emold wish to
sk dorn to The table, was set In the
hail, am toe alMoneat the tire
length, and was eor with all me n
ner of good thags to et, u
oysters f tied e and stewed. two
of salad, ad delicious fit punch.
After mactil a tW they had worked
up a tremendlos appette, Mr. Yosge
Invited his brethren of the bhad, to-
gether Wl three or four outside
guests, out to the hall, where they re-
galed themlv with the good
things t they were almost too fll
to resume pactke. several short
toasts were said, Including a vote of
thanks frem the baud and well wishes
for Mr. YTone and his tlear by Mr.
Albert Gerdf the bands popular lead
er. The ftleme lspected the cot-
tage and were much pleased with Its
flnIsh and arrsangement, ad thought
that Mr..-Tage and the new mistreesa
who Is soon to take charge of the IIt-
tle home, should be Very happy In so
clsy a mest. Mr. Toge's fat her, Mr
IL. Tane. Br., came In Just before
breaking up time apd pmd armemnd
a ba of Mr. Pipfer's famgaeorand
The music made by the band w1s a
treat to the thburbood. and those
Ito hearing. ewuld only regret that the
wallr of the room coined the. sweet
strains Instead of allowing them to
flost out on the evenialg air and de-
light the ears of al
At 10:30 the boys adnjourned, wish-
lag Mr. Tonge sany years of happl-
aes ad a prosperity. and thakingt
him heartily for his splendid treat and
kind wishes for the band.
Miss Bessys Poster, after I pleasant
visiMt to her mother. and friendAs in
Ocala, left yesterday to mronme her du-
ties at Brenau College, Gainesville,


The grammar sehn deC-te the
high schod yesterday on the Nbth
treet aroumis by a sore o 11 to L
This maks two out d the series at
three woa by that dle. Altbogdh theo
grammar school team Is comespmed
& majority of high ac hool bo*a It cb.
tiunes to have that ame trem the
old team. -
A desirable badMngae let m Nrth
Seemd (East Adams) trueK oppeuite
the Jewish syages. Ad res as
1W, city. '

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Is at band. Are you equipped with
good vteas so that you can spend
these hours to the best advantae?
Real Wg by lamplight
Is a task to imperfect eyes. It Is a
pleasMre to perfect omes
Byesight Speclltet,
Oeo hoewb: 9 to 10 a. aI. ad 1:30
to 4:3.0 p. m. Optical offi e ad lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.

Next week will be observed as a
week of prayer by the ladies of the
Methodist church. The two mission-
ary societies will unite I the meet-
ings. A special program for each day
has been prepared. Begiluingx oa
Monday. Nov. 1st, meetings will be
held every day durlag the week at 3
p. m. All the ladles of the church and
their triesma are eardially Invited to
Mrs. I P. Rents. Pres. W. H. *M. 8.
Mrs. T. J. Nixon, Pres. W. F. M. I.
A. E. Burmett1 the Jeweler, is re elv-
Iag new shipments o beautiful silver
In all shapes and the latest patterns,
almost daily. He has this sem the
best stock of these goods ever car-

Fresh qysters served In all styles ev-
ery day from 5 a. m. to 10,p. m. at the
Ek Cafe.


Those desiring to contribute to the
advent box being prepared by the wo-
"mans auxiliary of Grace Episcopal
church, either In money or clothing.
can leave the ,same at Mrs. Julia
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonmile.
will sell any make tof second-hand
typewriter. upon eaa terms If desired.
The Elk Cate will begin serving oy-
sters on Saturday.
Government Pays fromW S to SM
a Yeur, Ne Lay-Os--Fre
solsehershs are Offered
Railway mail clerks, postoffee
clerks, city carriers, rural mall car-
riers wanted.
P nntwuations in the vicinity of
Ocala soon. Short bours, salary twice
monthly, annual vacation and life po-
Thousands of appointments are to
be made. Common education is all
you need; city and country people
have equal ehano and political In-
fluence is unnecessary. Free scholar-
shipi during October and November.
No time to lose. Write toCentral
Schools, Dept. IS. Rochester. N. T.

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The remodeling of the city mufbel
progresses finely and the pie w-m hbe
Meady for tenants ta ten day. Xh
work Ta one of the. best of the many
recent Improvtnents In the dch. amdI
wll gJiv Ocala-a market that the c R
*"nes may be proud of, instead of an
eye sore.
The old shed en the .st 40 d-
merly the frost of the uad,'
gone and Ie cement sidewalks '
been laid en the east and south MIde.,
of the building witt -crbings. ThOe
entire interior has beoa oeMlled-.d
painted snow white. the floor I..
solid earth filled cement with "j
proper slopes to the outside
where water s1 carried o to the e Li
Each stall ,opens Ita the eO smM.
court or vedtlbale and eaOh Me is
thoroughly screened from flies. very
stall has a back entrance, thnrou
which everything wil come and oI.,m-
eept the packages which catomers
carry away with them, which ar
passed out through the little lading
There is a room In the ree where
fish will be cleaned and other wash-
tag don. A toilet and Vtry wllM
be provided in the extreme rfw corner.
The market wiU comprise the essen-
tials of cleanliness, convenlee an d

One more thing should %e d 7. Th
walk around the south side sheuldebe
extended acres the nsightly lot to
Magnolia street so that persons esm
come to the market from that sIde- of
town without having to walk down
the middle of the narrow street, whLch
has high weeds on both sides.

Mr. K. C. MeLod asys that Lak..
Ray & Johnson are pusng thir
railroad Into Ocala as a to emtablpS a
big mb' here and sell al the rete
lumber at the mill. which they be
have to burn ap, to our people. M.
says It will be a big tahig for Oeal
as It will make several hundred la-
borers directly tributary to Oalt:
that the Sumner Lumber Comp y of
zuber will push their. rafasdi to
Standard sad then eat to Ba I ak*-
and St. Gerge and there create a di-
rect road connection with water
transportation and help to build up
Oal. He sas Its cosaing sure aMd
to 6gre these enterprises al the w IA
posmble and let the let fbe lordm
canal rest for a while. '
Mr. ked Lovell. the Sanfor drug-
gist, who is a vstr in Ocal, speak-
ing about the progress of after
said it wns wonderful: that lad witk-
In a few years had risen r2 0W siI
S4 an acre to thousands, and A ig
season's celery erop. for which t
lands are famous, will proIuee a ex*
cess of last year's crop ,*& M cara
which wil require twenty-five xtra
locomotives to pove the soas to
market. Now (here is nothing dow
about .snford and tus vegetable

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that he w -oM be the ra of it
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the omp. fetume taer. -
aiaed In appropriate N
r and trftc mw tha etow-
pen &t and uta teftne as ro.,
by thit ukfflea teetume maer. wh, WU i
one other than MNi Miry Ia-
d4 near the boi re Mita Mim Ue ,^.
ted many of the ueta wUtI.he i"y
eii ,as 1.Em
Ptlo m r. ot paltry
w guests were thea Invited to ni a n-4S
In the lawn loded with varis -i-
iand the mia Wm
which followed h bowe t e
formed aroud the fie sead s
rwas aetertaeed with sevwl ...T
stories of a mest thrfiltig a-
related by M es Mlwsfe....s .
Phbfo ana Mr. dorIen a
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a=ChWmberiss gt b oandOW ver Pt oL te per CRantae5 1U2.0 Flda
,am f n or tmr ses imedilcie to per no "$. m

a ty O meOdSn t r:tle ae Cami VaI cd ral te m
F theinstippatloee by en o S a0
l Pp es: adin Per N a e e 12.a;
aNOTWlEO AD m CAtI ONN tO rma per Ia _. peOA n
FORLPANTM tPATBWT pjeOft Per boagW. SU Per box $4
Nwo ti e Ibett given thatwe thetOA9* s=no: C .aaa s pc n e fox
l is -e.fourrn wt eesafter thae a er e $aL o
b of lm ofr thi snoticA wiON .p.P Co.eso: Nper ors -M 1--

to the gaverto oatf the taw otN der t Pleat: pera dof. .1e 9 sLet.
iL for lettIers patent to. e to rp atunder pr
AsW. ra eru t: m a and. perlm boh

O ner Ade a lower aIrlele s oa la ce sp to
W. EL tven Um Orang: COWt. Valeoeiss (etcl-m)
W* tL Thwper bommx:$00 0 l 0
COPe Ome of oth scos ouat d an2 prpotper charter

l at ourselves together for the p r o- t l o f thC pem
Pne pea.bsomlnal beoperae unerThe uonesigaed lutellmgandpro-

S" laws of th e staen oalorida a Posing to organized a Corperaty ua-
S to r for pro r the general asta e pof state of

ubetre o"e c bo ted S la, Toaclr, w c owin
e pal eofllown artines O !p real ett amn
Themaet f this corporation shall and proposeredc1 ow e :
l& CANIN G COMPANY and Its- oe name or the sut spo tiprunal

parea pflan tof busio ness sha Hue be Ora ls d e retot Companse y and

dred (11-n ando reerach oanesalf o ncorpd Praetr atu thes sumo oe-ty
w osearlesim ra for te he pao e oeIts principal l la m business sr allc
may es ad the sote te at o wa tsnbe at o ea Ins arecounty. tUee orida
a ~l ptoa l forout of tthehestate the Itatme o
ARToIf LFT.hes enea nature ofbusinessto
pt o abe transectredl sWTo acquire bur.y, ow
p t a Sueteitlease, sell asned n mb.-r real estate
The natureO te pu ose to bea d intstprostereyin, s toessuek bonds
b nWame byoa this rerporatIIs:. sad other evidences oidebt ees
Le To omma.,intan ead s*- to buY. acuire anopersonal
rate a casag betry b the purpose Poprpersty dent to Its business, am
Of CanningW Anpreserving fruit. Ad yand Men securities;ito Construct
VegseblesaOend for the puoe of p louseso bitdaings andOthe strute
oIwabe naiturenig atnd ostio a tues; to act as agent and trustee for
I storage plunt for pcki asd others In the hvdentmeot atf ousms
PrserIn o ,mas to maitai a"in real estate ad personal property

sel arand doe-arlg olt the kindsA be- iothei a nd o Mid peurform sduch
goods, are mercah and oise, an or busic ts is Intidet to teh e
fo sthepose pf hownan, h ding, p huros of th e chartern ot mneof
usin td enjo g tl kinds~n Of d r n rones estate width telaws the stat
3rd. And tobo pany lt m. popry toan to LeA,
T whhe ayobetdeeme capitblek ands p.e amon of coap tralto eat sar-

thcessary for cati yn g bt the p erms trhesf fifty t thousand do-
asadu( aM) Donllmas a d ddlat 50opot orst the e ed to a
shtlh d stre tathee par value oft
dred ($1nd) eaho, onealf of hndreodrat r las the swhs o th at
hCapital soeke shi oae the sprr-e hoUse su ot wtbn do

il casoe Dollater o ih e d of Sw .wtpee ia thsue st and true vaila-

capital stoct shalh be payable I and aoa--aas n rd ste
property at a Just valuation to be ar ed iv-
by tnm bo.rd od ors. The sorpohtion sall exist for a
ARTICL V. term of fifty years.
V. .

Tarm The business of the company shall
The term for which this corpora- be conducted by the following named
tionm hall exist is ninety-nine () officers, to-wit: A president. 's vice
ycaM. presMent, and a secretary and tress-
ARTICLE V. rer. which last named efces may
be held by the same person, and by a C
O board of not less than three directors,
The business of this corporation which said officers shall be elected at
shall be conducted by a president, a the annual meeting of the stoek
vice president, a secretary and treas- holders and directors to be held at
wer and a board of directors consist- Ocala, Florida, on the first Tuesday
lau of not less than three or more a n December of each year. The same
than five persons, to be elected at the of the officers who wMl conduct the
annual meeting of the stockholders to busitess of the company until those
be held on the second Tuesday to elected at the first election shall be
January, 110., and annally thereafter qualified are, H. L Anderson. preai
on the same day of each succeeding det; J. FJ. ort, vice president. and
year; provided that the offices of sec- H. M. Hampton, secretary and tress-
retary and treaurer may be held by urer. *
ore and the same person. The fol- VI
lowing named officers shall conduct The highest amount of Indebtedneas
the usalneas of thi corporaton ntll to which the corporation can at any
thiee eleeted at the ftrt annual meet- time subject Itself is two hundred
ng shall qualify, namely: and fifty thousand dollars.
Amos W. Braselton. president. VI *
W. H. Thomas secretary and trees- The ames and residences of the
urer. __ _ _ _ _
Amos W. Bruselton., Henry Perry --
and W. H. Thomas, directors.
The highet amount of ladebtedness
to which this corporation shall at any r A
time subject Itself Is ($50.0M) Fifty mA N .M
Thousand Dollars. Oafs u a Lmm s wea 0= an
ARTICLE VU tbact work. Wes heO and bt.
SuboelIbers tr w Iw for the manor than rv
The names and places of r nce ow.
of the subscribers, together with the
amount of capital teck subscribed
for b r-ach Is a. follows: ta- a g
Name Re ence Share .
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subscribers, and the amount sub-
s rlbed by each, are as follows:
H. I Andersom Jacksonrile, Flor-
Ida, 460 shares.
J. Frt Ocla Florda. 25 shares.
H. NO Hampton, Oala. Flida, ra26
In witass whereof, the lnc*pera-
tors have herento set their ha1ds
ad affixed their seals this the ninth
day of October. A. D. 199.
H. I. Anderson, (seal)
J. J. Frt, (seal)
H. M. Hampton. (seal)
8tate of Florida.
County of Marion.
Personally appeared before me, the
undersigned authority. H. I .Ander-
onea, J. J. Port and H. M. Hampteo.
each of whom are weB know to me to
be the parties described In and who
executed the foregoing articles of In-
corporation and proposed charter.
and each acknowledged the execution
of the same for the uses and purposes
therein set forth and expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of
office this the ninth day of October.
(f"tl rt. Ct) 8. T. Slatrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County.

Notice of Applieatio fer Letters
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned will. on the 15th day of No-
vember, 1M, apply to the governor of
Florda at Tallahas e. Florida, for
letters patent upon the foregoing arti-
cles of Incorporation and proposed
charter. H. LU Aaon.
J. J. F port
H. M. Hampton.


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of rowa s n 0 h i andag. bowa" fe h g *
Notice s hereby given that on the be dooft *9 a f It1
rt day of AprL A. D. 191, the on- .
designed as administrator of the es- A 9pat -ma pb | 9 t'
tate of Th~as J.. Owedeceaed, will trfled w l Me M
resent my account and vouchers and 0a1ry d fr d -" N-. paw-
will make my final settlement and will ehAnwei Ah-maa -l

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