The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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daily (except sunday)
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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OCALA

EVEMNO

SPIELS FROM DINKELSPIEL
FUN, FACT AEX
(George V. Ilobart)
PHILOSOPHY
Be satisfied roit Tot you haf, but
doan'd let d Is pre went you from try trying
ing trying to get a leedle more.
Independence used Tit der proper ac accent
cent accent vas always a Tinner.
Your lot may be lowly, but happiness
is not alTays In der high places.
From James Clarence tlanrcya
, "Over the Nuts and Win"
TO A LITTLE PATRIOT
Her lips were Red. ..-..
Her skin was White..
. Her eyes were heavenly Blue.,
Twas the Fourth of July.
And the flash of her ye -Said:
"A Yankee-dude'll do!"-
VOL. 18.
0 GALA. : FLORIDA, TUEFDAY, JULY 4. 1911.
NO. 29.
AFTER IliilETY YEARS
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ity opportunity of soliciting it and
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THE

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THE AMERICAN FLAG.
WHEN freedom from her moun mountain
tain mountain height
Unfurled her standard to the
air
She tore the azure robe of night
And set the stars of glory there I
She mingled with its gorgeous dyss
The milky baldric of the skies
And striped its pure, celestial white
With streakings of the morning light;
Then from his matron in the sun
She called her eagle bearer down
And gave into his mighty hand
The symbol of her chosen land.
Majestic monarch of the cloud
Who rear'st aloft thy regal form
To hear the tempest trumpings loud
And see the lightning lances driven,
When strive the warriors of the storm
And rolls the thunder drum of heaven.
Child of the sun, to thee 'tis given
To guard the banner of the free,
To hover in the sulphur smoke,

To ward away th battle stroke
And bid its blendings shine afar
Like rainbows on the cloud of war,
The harbingers of victory!

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Each gallant arm that strikes

That lovely messenger of death.

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Flag of the brave, thy folds shall fly,
The sign of hope and triumph highl
When speaks the signal trumpet tone
Ami the long line comes gleaming on.
Ere yet the lifeblood, warm and wet,
Has dimmed the glistening bayonet,
Each soldier eye shall brightly turn
To where thy sky born glories burn
And, as his springing steps advance,
Catch war and vengeance from the
glance.

Flag of the seas, on ocean wave
Thy stars shall glitter o'er the brave;
When death, careering on the gale.
Sweeps darkly round the bellied sail
And frighted waves rush wildly back
Before the broadside's reeling rack,
Each dying wanderer of the sea
Shall look at once to heaven and thee
And smile to see thy splendors fiy
In triumph o'er his closing eye.

Flag of the free heart's hope and home.
Bv angel hands to valor given!

And when the cannon mouthings loud Thy stars have lit the welkin dome
Heave in wild wreaths the battle And all thy hues were born in heaven
shVoud Forever float that standard sheet!
And gory sabers rise and fall Where breathes the foe but falls b--
Like shoots of flame on midnight's pail, fore us,
Then shall thy meteor glances glow With freedom's soil beneath our feet
And cowering fcas shall shrink be- And freedom's banner strpamirr- r-neath

,DfcAKE'S TOMB WITH

AME&ICAN FLAG

DRAPED OVEIi IT.

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ADOPTING THE DECLARATION.

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WHAT WILLIE
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BULLETIN.
Willie lit some powder sticks.
Willie's better July six.

City's Plan For Safe and Sane Fourth.
Several months before tbe Fourth of
July this year the Milwaukee Associa Association
tion Association of Public Play and Social Educa Education
tion Education held a meeting to discuss plans
to have a sane cerebration of the holi holiday
day holiday in place of the old fashioned noisy
Fourth. It was decided that a great

banquet should be held. The general

plan for the observance of the day

included the setting aside of certain i
6treets in various parts of the city
where contests of many kinds could
be held, both for adults and for chil- j
dren. The city was requested to pro- j
vide medals for the winners.

How the Immortal Document Was Put
Through Continental Congress.
Although the Fourth is the day tht
is celebrated by many as that on
which the immortal Declaration of In Independence
dependence Independence was signed, sealed ana
romu!gated. as a matter of fact such
not true The great document was
rer.d to tho people on the Fourth after
having been approved by congress, but
it was not signed on that day. Ihe
facts are these:
On July 2 Jefferson presented for
adoption the immortal Declaration aft after
er after congress had adopted a resolution
presented by Richard Ilenry Lee of
Virginia, which had been placed before
the body on June 7. 177G. This reso resolution
lution resolution was as follows:
Resolved. That these united colonies are,
and nf a right ought to be. free and in independent
dependent independent states: that they are absolved
from all allegiance td the British crown
and that all political connection between
them and the state of Great Britain is and
ougat to be totally dissolved.
Tuis resolution was debated 'or near
!y a mouth and, owing to the absence
of Lee. wbo had been called home, the
defense of it fell on his colleague, Jef
ferson. It needed defense, for in that
congress were able men who opposed
Its passage and revolution. Great,
therefore, is America's debt to Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson and Lee. On July 2 Lee's reso
lution was adopted, and Jefferson's
draft of the Declaration was adopted
on July 4. 177G.
John Hancock, president of congress,
and Charles Thompson, its secretary,
immediately signed the document and
became thus the first official traitors
from an English point of view. It was
made public to the citizens by John
Xison. who read it to the citizens of
Philadelphia in Independence square.
On July 15 it was ordered to be en engrossed,
grossed, engrossed, and on this being done it was
ready for the signers, "who appended
their names on Aug. 2.
iler.n while there had been some
changes in the personnel of congress,
and canny of those wbo had taken part
in the debate p. gainst iis adoption were
displaced, some of thra at their own
request, and others who had no connec connection
tion connection with the historic discussion signed
the document

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By ARTHUR. JANES.
(Copyright by American Press ? Associa

tion. 1S11.

ITU all due re-:" t to "The

Star Spangled ..uner" and
James Whitcomb Riley's

"Old Glory." the one ban banner
ner banner poem that continues- to fioat to
the breeze above all Is "The Amer-
ican Flag." by Joseph Koduian Drake
I cannot read that poem to this day
without wanting to shoot firecrack firecrackers
ers firecrackers and deliver a Fourr .sf July ora-ti-u.
Of course I d. her. since
shootiizs firecrackers is against the
law and delivering Fourth of July ora orations
tions orations ought to be. In these days we
must seek milder and more humane
ways of showing our patriotism. But
the cutting out of platitudes and noise
does not detract from Drake's perform performance.
ance. performance. His is really the noblest flag
poem ever written. It is so filled with
freedom, stars, milky baldric whatev whatever
er whatever that Ls red streaks and eagles that
on perusing it we can scarcely restrain
ourselves from giving three cheers and
going out to march our legs off in de defense
fense defense of the country.
It was fitting; therefore, that when
Joseph Rodman Drake park was opened
in New York city something more than
a year ago on Memorial day. 1910, to
be exact a fine American flag was un unfurled
furled unfurled over the poet's grave. The ora orator
tor orator of the occasion was Charles De

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rXZZ-OUZEXB HALX.ECK, CLOSEST miEKD
OF JOSEPH KODMAN DKAKE AND AU AUTHOR
THOR AUTHOR OP THE EXJIjOGY "NOKE KNEW
THEE BUT TO IiOVB THEE," ETC.
Kay, Drake's only grandson. De Kay
is also a poet, likewise an art critic
and a founder of clubs. To get at the
matter at first hand 1 hunted him up
not long ago. finding him' In the Na National
tional National Arts clnb, one of those he was
instrumental in starting.
"So you have the spring fever to
write a story about the neglect of Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Rodman Drake's grave?" he Raid
when I had explained my errand.
"Every spring, when tbe news Is
scarce." he went on. "some editor dis discovers
covers discovers that Drake's tomb needs atten attention
tion attention and proceeds to bestow it, at least
to the extent of a story."
Later on Mr. De Kay explained that
the descendants of Drake and of oth others
ers others buried in the same little cemetery
near Hunt's Point provided a watch
man who looked after the graves. As
for the wild scene, the tangle of vines
and the apparent negltct. that was the
sort of place Drake loved and in which
he would wish to rest.
But now all Is changed. The little
cemetery is a park, the tangled vines
are cleared away, the knoll is rmiudcd
and all in apple pie order.
Drake was born in 1795 and died at
the age of twenty-five from consump consumption.
tion. consumption. His best known poem other than
"The American Flag" is "The Culprit
Fay," the" scene of which Is laid in the
Highlands of the Hudson. There ls
nothing like this poem in American
literature. Only In an earlier school
of the English poets is found any anything
thing anything approaching it The "Fay" was
written as the result of an argument,
between Drake and some of his friends,
the poet contending that American
scenes lent themselves to romance and
romantic treatment. Despite its artis artistic
tic artistic flnl3h. the poem was written with
great haste. When I was in the High Highlands
lands Highlands a few years ago the natives
pointed out the very mountain said to
be the scene of the poena. It was
old "Cro'nest," just above West Point,
which also inspired some of the songs
of George P. Morris. Drake was pas passionately
sionately passionately fond of nature and spent
most of h's time with a relative at
Hunt's Point, overlooking Long Island
sound, some of the scenes of which'
were also woven Into the Fay."
The young poet studied medicine and
in due time annexed the resultant title
to his name, as is indicated by the In Inscription
scription Inscription on his monument.
For a time he collaborated with Hal Hal-leek
leek Hal-leek in skits for the New York Even Evening
ing Evening Post over the signature of "The
Qroakers." The ."Flag" did not appear
until 1819. one year before Drake's
death. It is said that Halieck had a
hand in this, writing the last four
lines. That one poem made Joseph
Rodman Drake immortal. As long as
the American flag floats the author of
this its noblest panegyric will be re remembered,
membered, remembered, and it is indeed a fitting
tribute to -his memory that after he
has slept ninety years in an obscure
and lonely little graveyard that flax
has been raised at last over his tomb.

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CGALA EVB1K1G STAR
BUtinger & Carroll, Proprietor.
R R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
' J. H- Benjamin, Editor.

WA RIGHT THERE
AT THE PROPER TIME
The late editor of the Ocala Star was
a lieutenant colonel of a Pennsylvania
regiment daring the war, although he
was not addressed by that title as a
general thing. It may be said that the
lamented Bittinger. smiling, good
nat a red. and unaspiring eared little for
titles, yet when there waj serious
work to be done he performed his da da-ties
ties da-ties like a man. People haven't much
use for a "coffee cooler, and a man's a
man whether he fought for the Stars
and Stripes, or whether, on the other
hand, he tried to shoot it fall of holes.
- Leeburg Commercial.
Mr. Bittinger seldom alluded to hi
war record, bat he was in some of the
fiercest battles of the strung- He
was wounded and captured in an at attack
tack attack on Fort Wagner; admitted on
both sides to have been one of the hot hottest
test hottest battles of the war.
The following extract from a letter
from one of Mr. Bittmger old com comrades
rades comrades to Mrs. Bittinger will be of in interest:.
terest:. interest:. "My dear Mrs. Bittinger: My son in
LImona, Florida, has sent me a clip

ping from a Tampa paper which tells t Figure This End of the National
f your husband s death. I was sur- Highway Will be Held Friday
prised and shocked. Tou certainly
have my deepest sympathy fn your be- At the recent meeting at Brooksville
reavement. He was some six year for the purpose of determining upon a
younger than myself and when I have route from this city to Live Oak, con con-seen
seen con-seen him at long intervals I have noted necting with the national highway
that he appeared to enjoy the best from New York to Tampa, a commit commit-bealth
bealth commit-bealth of the two and I certainly put tee was appointed to select the most
him down to be a long lived person. feasible route for the same. This com com-"I
"I com-"I remember well the first time I met mi t tee consists of one member from
him, in Charleston. S. C, both being each of the counties through which the
in the hands of the enemy. He was proposed extension will travel, and is
lying on a bedding of straw covering as follows:
the bottom of a rickety, filthy box car, CapL W. J. Hillman of Live Oak,
when I was lifted in and placed beside 'Suwannee county, chairman; Mit Ellis
lm. We both had ugly wounds In the of Fort White, Columbia county; Dr.
left leg received at Wagner. His J. H. Alderman of Gainesville. Alach-
wound was crosswise through the calf ua county; J. T. King of Lebanon,
of the leg and mine from front to rear Levy county; John D. Robertson of

near the knee. He suffered terri bly i
from the Jolting car on our night ride
to Columbia. Our cots were near each
other in the Columbia College building,
which had been turned into, a hospital,
Then the long months of starvation in 1

the Richland' Jail and one winter inlcounty.

th mud of thm inan aavlum vard and I
after twenty months imprisonment to
be exchanged at Wilmington, N. C'
i "Jerome Tourtelotte."
"Putnam, Conn., June 8, 1911."
DISTINGUISHED SOLDIER DEAD
The following press dispatch will
have sad interest for the Confederate
Veterans who gathered here today:
Atlanta, July 2. After lingering at
death's door for jiearly a month. Gen.
Clement A. Evans, formerly command-

er-ln-chief of the United Confederate named, a misogynist, also a rarmer, or
Veterans, died at his home In this city Morris county. New Jersey, makes the
this afternoon at 4:40 o'clock of following sacrlligious remarks about
Brlgbt's disease. His death was riot feminine apparel apparel-unexpected,
unexpected, apparel-unexpected, and several of his child- Mr- Kidder has been raising corn in
ren were at his bedside when the end Morris county for forty years. Until

came. Arrangements for the funeral
will lva onnnnnoosl until tnmnrrn-ar
Gen. Evans, who was 79 years old,
has been confined to his home since
the first of last April, but he has been
in ill health for several years. He was
born in Stewart county, Georgia, jn
1833, and came to Atlanta to make his
permanent home in 1899, when he wa3
appointed presiding elder of the Grif
fin district, in the North Georgia con
ference of the Southern Methodist
church. At the -time of-his death Gen.
Evans was still a member of the North
n i ui it. ,v,
.v. r.,CT. im cv.
clety.
Gen. Evans was elected .commander-in-chief
of the United Confederate Vet Veterans
erans Veterans In April, 1908, and served for
two years, declining to accept re reelection
election reelection on account of his health. Jle
was then elected to the position of
honorary commander-in-chief, being
, the first member of the Veterans' or organization
ganization organization to be accorded that honor.
Gen. Evans is survived by six child-
- ren, Mrs. W. S. Eve and L. B. Evans of
Augusta. 1 Ga., P. II. and Clement W.
Evans of Mexico City, and Mrs. R. G.
Stephens and Miss Sarah Lee Evans,
of Atlanta.
Gen. Evans since his early manhood
' had been prominent in the affirs of
Georgia, military, business, civil and in
the work of the Methodist church, of
which he was a minister for twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five years.
He was born in Stewart county in
1833, and was educated in the common
schools of Lumnkln. and afterward at
Judge William Tracy Gould's law col-
tes at Ane-iit ff wa admitted to
n Ko- Kfft v,o 10 r,t o
and was elected Judge of the county
court at the of. 21. During hi
practice of the law he was associated
with some of the most prominent men
in the legal profession of the state,
among them being' Seaborn Jones, Al
fred Iverson. Mines Holt and Judge
Wellborn. He was sent to the state
senate at the age of 26.
When he heard of the first election
of Abraham Lincoln he immediately
organized a military company, and pre
pared for the conflict which he thought
was inevitable. He served under Jack
son. Early and Gordon, attained the
rank of brigadier-general and fought
In almost all of the principal battles
fought by the army of northern Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. After the surrender of Appomatox,
he returned to his native state, and
worked for twenty-five years, later de devoting
voting devoting his time to literary pursuits.
At one time he was candidate for
nomination for governor, but with
drew to prevent a split in the demo
cratic party. At various times he was
trustee of three colleges, and took ac
tive interest In educational matters.
He aided many young men through
college by advancing the money nece-
, ssary for their studies. He also was
active in looking after widows and or orphans
phans orphans of Confederate Veterans.'.
Jle succeeded Gen. Stephen D. Lee,
as commander-in-chief of the United
Confederate Veterans in 1908.
He was the author of A Military His
tory of Georgia, and edited the Con
federate Military History.
ai tne time oi nis ueatn ne was a
member of the state prison .commis-
sion of Georgia, and had been desig
nated by Gov. Smith to be the next ad adjutant
jutant adjutant general of the National Guard.
JOHN DIXON
Parties coming up from Center Hill
yesterday morning reported that John
"Dixon had -been killed by a train at
Mulberry the night before and was be-
lng orougnt to center Jim for burial
tic n a.9 sr, c n.uu 11 1 11 urcsuuig,
having held a position In the Yaeger
Danic niteen years or more ago ana
was a member of the Leesburg com

any daring the Spa.nl8b-Arrieriea.fi' war.
He srii married about cine rears ago.
Besides his aged father and family fee

leaves a large eircl of friend a.
bars Commercial.
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DIAMOND DUST
BrswksvHle UIII Play Oral Today sad
Ike Gaiaesvllle Rika Will Taefcle
TMr Briett City Brethren
The Dacnellon baseball tam coall
not accept Ocala s Invitation for a
game on the fourth, but Brooksville"?
hard hitters and terrif.e throwers will
arrive this afternoon for a ?jme with
oar home boy. It will be an interest interesting
ing interesting game and rh&uM 4 raw a big- crowd crowd-On
On crowd-On Thursday, July th. there will be
one of the most laughable and Inter Interesting
esting Interesting ball game in this city that you
ever saw. It will be between a nine
from the Oca la. Elks and another from )
the Gainesville Elks. The proceeds oft
the game will go toward the fund for
the purchasing of a home fo rthe Oca la j
lodge of Elkj. Let every one come out
and give the. game your moral and
financial support. The game will be
worth $5 of anyone's money for jatt
standing room, but will be reduced fr j
this occasion to 25 cents. j
ine players irom me tjcaia ioage oi
Elks will be about as follows: Will Will-lama,
lama, Will-lama, Savarese, Ayer Magaw, Haney,
Moore, Graham, Kibler, Palmer, Drake
and Nelson.
IMPORTANT MEETING IX OCAL1
- caia, innun wuni) uree .teisou,
Sumter; W. H. Boswell. Citrus; H. D.
Evans, Hernando; J. S. Y eeks, Pasco
Capt. S. C. Washington, Tampa. Hills-
borough county, and W. W. Clark,
Wall Springs, of the proposed Pinellas
Chairman Hmman has called a
meeting of this committee, which will
be held at Ocala, in the Ocala House,
on July 7, at 8 o'clock p. m., when the
matter will be thoroughly discussed.
This will be the first meeting of the
committee, the action taken by them
to be submitted to W. A. Fulton of
Brooksville, as. chairman of the
I Brooksville meeting.
KIDDER IS A KIDDER
Amos Kidder, evidently properly
line iasi Planting time ne usea nts own
IcaSt Off SUitS tO Clothe the poles he
stuck In the center and corners of his
field, but each year the crows came
along about planting time, the corn
disappeared, and the yield was small.
"I decided crows weren't scared of
men any longer," Mr. Kidder explained.
"so I went out and got myself an as
sortment of women's garments. One
was a hobble skirt arrangement, and I
planted her right in the middle of my
five acres. Then I stuck one of those
bushel basket hats on her, and I got
1 Hume iea luci s 11 uui
my rooster's tail
and decorated it.
"I used a gown with sweeping train
in one corner; one with a stiff neck ar arrangement
rangement arrangement in another; one of those
low-necked devilish affairs in the third.
and a bathing suit in the fourth. The
crows came and looked over that wo
men's meeting, and they went to my
neighbor's fields and picked around
their men scare crows. Crows even
roosted on some of the men's hats.
"I tell you, if. you want to keep a
crow off your corp. dress a bean pole
in a woman's hobble skirt and let her
company be poles dressed in some of
those other late fashions."
There is more catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incur
able. For a great many years doctors
pronounced It a local disease and pre
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treat-
ment. pronounced it incurable. Science
haa Proven catarrh to be a constitu
tionai disease and thererore requires
const i tu t ional treatment. Hall's Ca
iarrn ur' manuiaciurea oy r. J. we
ne' & -V toieoo, onio, is the only
is the
constitutional cure on the market. It
Is taken internally in doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts direct directly
ly directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and estimonials. Ad Address:
dress: Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 73c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
COTTAGE FOR RENT
A neat, well located, five-room cot-
j tage In the second ward for rent.
Possession about July 10. Apply to F.
W. Ditto.
IT IS PAX SEASON
And we are not alluding to baseball
either. But those hot days make the
breeze dispensing electrical fans ne
cessary in every office, store, factory
and home. Our business Is to install
these and take care of them as well as
furnishing all kinds of electrical sup-
plies for every purpose. We are very
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PREMDET TIFT SPEYDIXG
HIS FOURTH IV IVDIAVA
Albany, July 3. President Taft. en
route to Indianapolis. Ind., parsed thru
Albany at 8 o'eWk la.-t night. The
president left the new summer White
House at Beverly, Mass., shortly after
noon and Boston at 2 o'clock. At Wor Worcester,
cester, Worcester, Pittsfield.and Pprlnzfield. Mass.,
where hundreds of persons were wait waiting
ing waiting the president went out on the rear
platform of hi3 car. but said it was too
hoi to speak, adding that he did not
believe in making speeches on Sunday
anyhow.
Although the day was unusually
warm, the president spent most of the
time on the way to Albany preparing
the speeches he will deliver in Indiana
tomorrow. According to his present
plan, the president will speak on peace
and arbitration at the Soldier's Home
in Marion and his address that night to
the bankers and editors will deal
largely with the Aldrich currency plan
and reciprocity will be his subject at
the Marion Club dinner in Indianapolis
the night of the fourth.
HOVEST MEDICINE VERSUS FAKES
President Taft's recent message sug suggesting
gesting suggesting an amendment to the Pure
Food and Drugs law in its relation to
Prepared Medicines, does not refer to
such standard medicines as Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound and Foley
Kidney Pills, both of which are true
medicines carefully compounded of in
gredients whose medicinal qualities
are recognized by the medical profes profession
sion profession itself as the best known remedial
agents for the diseases they are in intended
tended intended to counteract. For over three
decades Foley's Honer and Tar Com Compound
pound Compound has been a standard remedy for
coughs, colds and affections of the
throat, chest and lungs for children
and for grown persons, and it retains
today its pre-eminence above all other
preparations of its kind. Foley Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills are equally effective and mer meritorious.
itorious. meritorious. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.
IMMENSE
APPETITE
OF THE OLYMPIC
tier Pai!enKer and t'revr AVI 1 1 Con.
Nume M)HK) Worth of Supplier on
Every Trip
New York, July 4. About 160,000
worth of American food and drink was
loaded aboard the new ocean leviathan
the Olympic, the biggest vessel ever
built, which sailed yesterday on her
first eastward trip. About -the same
sum will be spent to fill the larder and
ice box each time the Olympic docks
here, according to the commissary of officers
ficers officers who are entrusted with the big
job of victualling the ship.
SAVES TWO LIVES
"Neither my sister nor myself might
be living today, if it had not been for
Dr. King's New Discovery," writes A.
D. McDonald of Fayetteville, N. C, R.
F. D. No. 8, 'for we both had frightful
coughs that no other remedy could
help. We were told my sister had
consumption. She was very weak and
had night sweats but your wonderful
medicine completely cured us both. Its
the best I ever used or heard of." For
sore lungs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage,
lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup.
whooping cough all bronchial trou
bles its supreme. Trial bottle free.
50c. and $1. Guaranteed by Tydings &
Company.
IXDIAX PR I CESS
MAY BE EXECUTED
The Ranee Sahfha of Amrltftar Seenin
to be a Modern Boruia
Bombay, India, July 4. A murder
trial which has caused more excite excitement
ment excitement throughout India than any other
criminal case of recent years came up
yesterday in the chief court of Pun
jab, on appeal from the lower court of
Amritsar, Punjab. The defendant,
who was the principal in a tragedy
which is reminiscent of a tale from
the Decameron, is the Sudorani Bhag Bhag-wan
wan Bhag-wan Kaur, commonly known as the
Ranee Sahiba. She was convicted in
the lower court of killing her lover, a
Brahmin named Kahan Chand, and
sentenced to be hanged by the neck
until dead. The Ranee is of a rank
equivalent to that of a princess in the
Punjab royal house, and the possi possibility
bility possibility of the infliction of the death pen penalty
alty penalty upon a woman of such promi prominence
nence prominence ha& aroused all India to protest.
The Ranee is noted for her beauty
and Is said to be the loveliest princess
in the empire. Her husband, the Sir Sirdar
dar Sirdar Dyal Singh, died some year.? ago
and since then there have been spicy
rumors of the Ranee's love affairs
with various men, including, it has
been alleged, a prominent officer of the
British- army. Kahan Chand was one
of the lady's lovers. but the fickle
princess tired of him and told him to
be done. The smitten man refused to
leave off his attentions. She then in invited
vited invited him to visit her in her private
apartments on the night of Feb. 20
last and gave him a glass of milk con containing
taining containing arsenic. He was then remov removed
ed removed to another room, where he died,
and two days later the body was se secretly
cretly secretly removed by trusted servants of
the Ranee. In passing sentence the
judge of the lower court denounced
the titled lady and declared it was dif difficult
ficult difficult to conceive of a more cold coldblooded
blooded coldblooded murder.
KIDNEY MSEASES ARE CURABLE
Under certain conditions. The right
medicine must be taken before the dis disease
ease disease has progressed too far. Mr. Per Perry
ry Perry A. Pitman, Dale, Tex., says: "I was
down in bed for four months with kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder trouble and gall stones.
One bottle of Foley's Kidney Remedy
cured me well and sound.
Sold by Court Pharmacy.
Ask for it.

The Mouse
of the
Whispering
Fines
By ANNA KATHARINE GREZZ1

Copyright. 1513, by Anna Katharine
Rohlfs
mt. Morrat pzaiiea emgrrmttcaiiy.
"Mr. Camber land, if you are not sure
of baring sees tMs ring then, when
did you see It and where?"
A rustle from end to end of tnat
crowds! courtroom. This was an
audacious move. What was coming?
What would be the answer of the man
v.-ho was believed not only to have
made himself the possessor of this
rizg, but to have taken a most strange
and uncanny method of disposing of
it afterward?
I saw it when the police showed it
to me and asked me if I could identify
it."
" Wti-3 that the only time you have
seen it up to the present moment?
"It Is.
Thr aniversai silence gave way to a
universal sijrh of excitement and re relief.
lief. relief. Without waiting for the present
sentiment to cool, Mr. Moffat proceed proceeded
ed proceeded immediately with his examination:
"You swear that you have seen this
ring but once since the night of your
sLsters death, and that was when it
was shown you in the coroner's office?"
"I do.
"Does this mean that it was not in
your possession at any time during
that interim T
"It certainly does."
"Mr. Cumberland, more than one
witness has testified to the fact of
your having been seen to place your
hand in the casket of your sister, be before
fore before the eyes of the minister and of
others attending her funeral. Is this
true?"
"It is."
"Was not this a most unusual thing
to dor'
'Perhaps. I was not thinking about
that. I had a duty to perform, and I
performed it."
"A duty? Will you explain to the
jury what duty?"
The witness' head rose, then- Bank.
He. as well as every one else, seemed
to be impressed by the solemnity of
the moment. I even thought I could
detect a tremor in his muscles as well
as in his voice:
'I had rebelled against my sister's
wishes; I had grieved and deceived her
up to the very night of her foul and
unnatural death and all through
drink Here his eye flashed, and for
that fleeting moment he looked a man.
"I wished to take an oath an oath I
would remember. It was for this
purpose I ordered the casket opened
and thrust my fingers through the
flowers I found there. When my fin fingers
gers fingers touched my sister's brow I in inwardly
wardly inwardly swore never to taste liquor
again. I have kept that oath."
It was an unexpected explanation
and calculated to cause a decided and
favorable reaction In the minds of
those who had looked upon this espe especial
cial especial act of his as an Irrefutable proof
of guilt. Mr. Moffat's voice was heard
rising arn in his strange but telling
examination:
"When you thrust your hand In to
take thi oath, did you drop anything
into your sister's casket?"
"I did uot. My hand was empty. I
held no ring and dropped none in. I
simply touched her forehead."
This ndded to the feeling, and In an another
other another instant the excitement might
have risen into hubbub had not the
emotions of one little woman found
vent in n low and sobbing cry. which
relieved the tension and gave just the
relief needed to hold In check the over overstrained
strained overstrained feelings of the crowd. I knew
the voice and cast one quick glance
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building has beenj repaired, a new
stock received and we will be pleased
t otake your measure and make your
clothes. The latest designs in piece
goods to select your suit, trousers or
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tion. selection. Fit, price and quality guaranteed.
JERRY BURNETT
The Tailor,
OCALA, :: FLORIDA.
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Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
129 South Third Street
OCALA FLORIOA
Foley
Fills
What They Will Do for You
They will cure your backache,
strengthen your kidneys, cor
rect urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre Prevent
vent Prevent Blight's Disease and Dia Dia-bates,
bates, Dia-bates, and restore health and
strength. Refuse substitutes.
SOLD by THE COURT PHARMACY

ED.dLni.e,y

UATQEUS

We have the Strawberry, Raspberry and Cherry flavors. It is unsurpassed
for Beverage?, Desserts, Ice Cream and Water Ices.

. HAVE YOU TRIED SAUCE L3ELDA?
It is a special preparation, with Raspberry Juice for Peaches and Pears, a
la "Melba.7
DIRECTIONS FOa PEACH "rJELDA"
Seleet fine ripe peaches, the kind tbat detach themselves rekdilyfrom their
srbnes. steep in boiling water, peel away the skin, place in a basin and cov cover
er cover with a syrup flavored with vanilla. Keep the basin on ice. At the
moment of serving take the peaches out of the syrup, arrange in a fruit dish
on a bed of vanillalce and mask each with "Sczte LMia.
LIMA DEAN SAUCE

To one can Roval Scarlet Lima Beans add 3 tablespoons olive oil, a little

onion juice, and 1-2. teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons vinegar or lemon juice, 2 table?
spoons cucumber pickles chopped fine; mix thoroughly; serve on lettuce
or watercress. :

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PHONES 16 & 174
J. M. MEFFERT, Presides t.
J. K. CHRISTIAN, Vie Preatdeat.

OCALA FERTILIZER

WE MANUFACTURE A SUMSRIOR
FERTILIZER FOR
WATERMELON'S CANTALOUPES
TOMATOES STRA"WBERRIES
COTTON FLOWERS
BEANS CORN CANE
POTATOES TURNIPS
LAWNS SHRUBBERY ETC.
ORANGE TREES GRAPE VINES
lhat way, in time to see Ella sinking
tfflfrightedly out of sight under the dis dismayed
mayed dismayed looks of father and mother. Mr.
Moffat continued his examination by
demanding why. when the ring' was
discovered in Adelaide's casket and he
saw what inferences would be drawn
from the fact, he had not made an Im Immediate
mediate Immediate publie explanation of his con conduct
duct conduct and the reasons he had had for
putting his hand there.
"I'm not a muff." shot from the pris prisoner's
oner's prisoner's lips in his old manner. "A man man-who
who man-who would take such an oath, in such
a way and at such a time is not the
man to talk about It until he Is forced
to. I would not talk about it now"
He was' checked at this point, but
the glimpse we thus obtained of the
natural man in this indignant and sul sullen
len sullen outburst, following so quickly upon
the solemn declarations of the moment
tie fore. dSd more for him In the minds
of those present than the suavest and
most discreet answer given under the
instigation of his counsel.
The question as to who had dropped
the ring into the casket If Arthur had
not the Innocent children, the griev grieving
ing grieving servants was latent, of course. In
every breast, but it had not yet reach reached
ed reached the point demanding expression.
"Mr. Cumberland, you have stated
that you did not personally drop this
ring Into the
place where It
was ultimately
found. Can you
tell us of your
own knowledge
who did?"
. "I cannot. I
know nothing
about the ring.
I was much sur surprised,
prised, surprised, probably
more surprised
than any one
else, to hear of
Its discovery In
that place."
The slip and it
was a slip for
him to Introduce
I WAS HEB BBOTH BBOTH-ZB."
ZB." BBOTH-ZB." that "more"
wits immediately taken advantage of
by his counsel.
"You say 'more. Why should It be
more of a surprise to you than to any
one else to learn where this missing
engagement ring of your sister's had
been found?"
"I was her brother. I had a broth brother's
er's brother's antipathies and rightful suspi suspicions.
cions. suspicions. I could not see how that ring
came to be where it was when the
only one interested in its restoration
was In prison."
- (Continued Tomorrow'
HAPPIEST GIRL IX LINCOLN
A Lincoln. Neb., girl writes. I had
been ailing for some" time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and in three days I
was able to be up and got better right
along. I am the proudest girl in Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln to find such a good medicine." For
sale by all dealers.
STORE FOR RENT
A well located and most desirable
store building for rent. Possession
within 30 days'! Apply at the Star of office.
fice. office. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
Is effective for coughs and colds in
either children or grown persons. No
opiates, no harmful drugs. In the yel yellow
low yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Sold
in Ocala by the Court Pharmacy.

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MANUFACTURERS OF
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AUTO FOR SALE
I will sell my Hudson 30 automobile
equipped with top and windshield and
in first-class condition for 500 if tak taken
en taken before July 8th. R. T. Adams, at
Ocala House.
ENDORSED AT HOME
Such Proof as TalK Saoald
Cenviaee
Any Oeala aiiftB
The public endorsement of a local
citizen is the best proof that can be
produced. None better, none stronger
can.be had. When a man comes for forward
ward forward and testifies to. his fellow citl
zens, addresses his friends and neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, you may be sure he Is thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly convinced or he would not do so.
Telling one's experience when it Is for
the public good is an act of kindness
that should be appreciated. The fol following
lowing following statement given by a resident
of Ocala adds one more to the many
cases of home endorsement which are
being published about Doan's Kidney
Pills. Read it.
R. C. Loveridge, 225N. Magnolia St,
Ocala, Fla.. says: "I have taken-Doan's
Kidney Pills for kidney and bladder
trouble and have found them to be a
reliable medicine. I do not hesitate to
recommend this preparation and ad
vise its use in cases of kidney com com-plaint."
plaint." com-plaint." For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
The Jacksonville Buick agency re received
ceived received last Monday two of the latest
model Buicks, model "38" and a model
"21," detachable. Tuesday both of these
cars were sold. Mr. Spencer, of this
firm, stated that they were not there
long enough for him to get a good look
at them himself. Times-Union.
J. T. BROWN
CONTRACTOR POR
ARTESIAN WELLS
Artesian and Irrigation Work a
Specialty
Satisfaction guaranteed,
formation apply to
J. T. BROWN,
For in-
Box 285
Ocala, Fla.
GEORGE TUBEL
Telephone 408
The Freshest aad Best of Fralts aad
Vegetables
QUICK DELIVERY
. We Thank Yob to Call aad See Us
MOXTEQUMA BLOCK OCALA, FLA.
HUNTER THE LOCKSMITH
MENDS UMBRELLAS, FILES SAWS,
Repairs Locks, Fits or Makes Keys,
Repairs Guns, Etc., Etc., In a
Prompt and Workmanlike
Manner.
CALL ON OR SEND FOR HIM
He Can Either drt Your Work or
Have It Done.
j -',.
Corner North mmt Oraaare Streets
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H. TAYLOn,
COMPANY
WE SELL ALL
FERTILIZER HATBBIALS
AT LOWEST PSICBS.
i THE "FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH"
is the soda fountain in our drug; store.
All the youth of both sexes patronlsa It,
but that does not keep the old folks
from enjoying it, too. Our soda Is pure
and refreshing, and flavored with all
the popular syrups. xou wilt find It ex exhilarating,
hilarating, exhilarating, "satisfying, cooling-. Try It
once then you will recommend It your yourself.
self. yourself. Only Five Cents.
THE COURT PHARMACY
Phone 34
L'OTICE TO OUH CUSDiS
We wish to notify our customers
tnat we have bought out the bis; Mc Mc-Duffy
Duffy Mc-Duffy business on Exposition street,
two blocks west of the Commercial
Bank and will be pleased to have you
call in person or 'phone your orders,
and we will take pleasure in serving:
you. Our "phone la the same. No. 209.
Free and prompt delivery as nsuaL
s. A. hoses a dro.
FORT KING CAMP NO. 14.
WOODMEN OF TUB WORLD.
Next regular monthly meeting: will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening.
July 14, 1911, in Yonge's HalL ;
Visiting sovereigns always welcome.
W. F. Ifarlowe, C C
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Conventions held every Monday eve evening
ning evening in Castle Hall over Peyser's stora.
A' cordial welcome to visiting? knights.
J. O. Ferguson. C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and 8.
TULULA LODGE NO. 22. L O. O. F.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday at p. m., in Yonge's HalL
Visiting brethren always welcome.
W. F. Marlowe, Noble Grand
i. M. Little. Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets In Yonge's, Hall on the
second Thursday evening of aarh
month. W. T. Qary. F. If. ;
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R, A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter. No. 12. R. A. ML. on the fourth
Friday of every month at t p. m.
J. A Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
MARION-DUNN LODGT5
NO. 19, F. A A.U.
Marion-Tunn Lodge No. 19 meets in
the Temple on the Brat And third
Thursday evenings of each month.
Visiting brethren, cordially in rltad.
W. T. Mellwalne. W. XL
G. W. Martin, Secretary.
Eagles meet tomorrow eveniaj.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JULY 4, ldll.

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ERE IS TH

YO U have been earning all these years ?
YOU .spent it and some body else put it ia
the bank. Why don't yon put your own own-money
money own-money in? the bank for yourself ? Why
let the other fellow save what you earn ?
He independent and start a bank account
with . . ... . .

THE COMMERCIAL BAI

VJE LEAD IN

Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Carts, Automobiles, Harness and
Leather Goods, Farm Machinery, Wire and Wire Fencing; Umbrellas,
Canopies and Tops for Buggies, 'Wagons and Autos. Always on hand
a full line to select from; mall and 'phone orders our specialties.
Don't forget us when in need.
KNIGHT & LANG, Ocala, Florida

North A vt. and Peachtre St. Atlanta Ga. Boarding- and Day School fur girls and youngr
iadtea. Boarding department strictly limited to inuare refined home life. Classes divided into
mall sections to secure personal instruction. Faculty of eighteen specialists. Conservatory
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Macon, Randolph-Macon, etc. Thirty-fourth session begins September 14, 1911. Catalogue on application.
L. D. SCOTT, EMMA B. SCOTT, Principals.

SHE COULD CUT THEM
BETTER OX THE STREET
Mrs. Nuwed Mary, for dinner I
think we'll have boiled mutton with
caper sauce.- Are there any capers in
the house?
Mary No, ma'am. r,
Mrs. Nuwed Then go' out in the
garden and cut some. -Harvard Lam Lampoon.
poon. Lampoon. APARTMEXTS FOR REXt
The second floor of the Bell apart apartment
ment apartment house on Fort King avenue Is
for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the
court house. i
HEST AND HEALTH
TO MOTHER AXD CHILD
Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING' SYRUP
has been used for over SIXTY If EARS
by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their
CHILDREN 'WHILE TEETHING, with
PERFECT SUCCKSS. It SOOTHES the
CHILD. SOFTENS THE GUMS. AL ALLAYS
LAYS ALLAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC,
and is the best remedy, for DIAR DIARRHOEA.
RHOEA. DIARRHOEA. It Is absolutely harmless. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup." and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
mmn:mia
SEA DELICACIES
I have Shrimp and Crans and
Deviled Crabs daily at my Cafe.
If you have not done so, be sure
you try my famous
35c. MERCHANTS DINNER
You
will
find everything good
to eat at
(EATINGS CAFE
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
i:wm
SPECIAL PRICE THIS WEEK
Corn Beef 1 pound Can ......... IRe
Roast Beef 1 pound Cans 18c
Obellak Flour 24 puund isrkN 80c
Sua-ar 16 pounds ........ .... .$1.00
Six liarx Octae-on Soap .......... .23e
Bull Head Jelly In kIbmn .So
Cotrolene, 2 pounu bucket z.c
fottolene, 10 pound bucket $1.30
IValte Onion per quart Se
lira Pal, FJour Yz barrel In wood $2.95
Star Himti 15 to 10 pound uncut. 1 740
Six Urandma'a Wanning; Powder. .2:
Jacknon Square 1 pound Tins
Best of Coffee .25c
Walter Baker's Chocolate 1 pound
Cakes ...... .. .iWe
Plak Salmon, 1 pound Cans 15c
Campbell's Catsup In Bottles ..,.. Ke
BUY YOUR
HAY, GRAIN, and FEED
STUFF of ALL KINDS.
ALSO
Staple Groceries in
Original UNBROKEN
Packages, no goods
sold otherwise.
Elides, Poultry and Eggs Bought
and Soldi
PHONE 266 AND 381
A. r.l BOBBITT,
TOE FEED MAN
58 South Main St. Ocala, Fla
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P. O. IIOX 273 OCALA, FLA.
OUR LINE
HE CALLED HER BLUFF
The man was standing behind a tree
in front of a New York apartment
house, when the cop on the beat came
pounding along on the sidewalk. It was
close to midnight and naturally the
cop stopped and looked at the man
tanding behind the tree.
"Howdy, -said the cop, by the way
of opening conversation.
'"You're another, replied the man.
good naturedly.
nutchu doin waitin rer some
body?" inquired the policeman.
"No."
"Just standin there, hey?"
"You've hit it."
"Live near here, do you?"
"Right" in there." says the citizen.
pointing his thumb in the direction of
the apartment house he was standing
in front of.
Te cop looked at him thoughtfully
for a minute. "Mebby It's none of my
business," he says, "and then again
mebby it Is. I don't like to go 'round
buttln' Into anybody's private affairs,
but tell me, neighbor, what a your
graft, any how?"
"Well" loosened up the citizen, "if
It's a case of me a-tellin' you or you
crocking from curiosity right in front
of my eyes, I'll tell you how it is pro
vided it don't go any further. My wife
says to me when I started downtown
this evening. 'If you're not home by
midnight, I'm going to pack up and go
right back to mother's. So there!"
"Well?" says the cOp.
"Well," repeatedthe citizen, "it's Just
about midnight now, and I'm like you
I've got curiosity. I'm waiting here
to see if she's going to keep her word."
The cop's curiosity ceased at that
point and he walked on down street
whistling, without waiting to see the
thing out.
VALUABLE PACKAGK LOST
While driving into Ocala Miss Elsa
Schneider lost a valuable package,
which she was to express to Mrs. N.
C. Goodman, 10X West 109th street,
New York City. Package contained
one diamond ring, one satin kimona,
one dresser scarf, three books and one
picture. Any information regarding
this package will be gratefully re received
ceived received by Mrs. Goodman and a large
reward is offered by her for the re return
turn return of the package.
$ RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE
I have several choice residence lots.
fronting on the Anthony hard road,
south of Mr. E. C. Smith's residence.
50xl3 feet, that will make splendid.
well located homes or as investments.
Must be sold at once if purchaser gets
the low price they are now offered at,
$200 per lot. F. W. Ditto, Ocala, Fla.
PINEACURA REMEDIES
At the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore
The best remedies ever offered for
cuts, turns, bruises, sprains, sores,
pains in the chest and back, or for
coughs. A trial will convince you.
Remember, say, UPINEACURA."
LO.NG-LEGGED HEIRLOOMS
An heirloom, my son," explained
the farmer's wife to her twelve-year-old
boy, "is something handed down
from father to son, and in most cases
is highly prized.
"I'd prize these heirlooms I got on,
a good deal more," rep'ied the young youngster,
ster, youngster, "if they wasn't so long in the
legs."
SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY
"I want to thank you from the bot bottom
tom bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, of
Lewisburg, W. Va.. "for the wonderful
double benefit I got from Electric Bit Bitters,
ters, Bitters, in curing me of both a severe case
of stomach trouble and of rheumatism.
from which I have been an almost
helpless sufferer for ten years. It
suited my case as "though made just for
me.' For dypspepsia. indigestion.
jaundice and to rid the system of kid
ney poisons that cause rheumatism,
Electric Bitters has no equal. Try
them. Every bottle Is guaranteed to
satisfy. Only 50c. at Tydings & Co.
We have the best line or hair brush
es, combs and other toilet articles in
the city. The CouA Pharmacy.

x I nii nnnurrriifrn $

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Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Eagles meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
1 ri
A. II. Tongue of Fairfleld was at the
Montezuma yesterday.
If you
want a Merry Widow, see
Ham p.
H. X. Knoblock of Martin was at the
Montezuma yesterday.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
H. H. Petteway of Homosassa was at
the Montezuma yesterday.
Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It is healthful and invigorating.
W. E. Johnson of Reddick was at the
Montezuma yesterday.
Fresh limes for limeade at the foun fountain
tain fountain of the Court Pharmacy.
J. W. Wilson and wife of Citra were
at the Montezuma last night.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company.
Hansel Leavengood has recovered
from his long and severe illness.
5 or 6 doses "666 will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 2ac
Mr. Clifford Peabody is visiting his
relatives at Sanford.
TO LOAN $750 on city real prop property.
erty. property. Address P. O. Box 583, city.
Mrs. .Jack Rentz and baby have re returned
turned returned from their visit to Georgia.
The prettiest line of cut glass, silver
and fine hand-painted china at A. E.
Burnett's
Col. G. C. Martin of Erooksville Is in
tiie city, a guest of the Ocala House.
Two, good leaders: Peroxide Cream
and Beck's Cold Cream at the Court
Pharmacy.
R. L. Turner of Inverness. Citrus
county's efficient school superintendent.
is at the Ocala House.
When you have anything to frame
take it to the Ocala News Co.; all kinds
of mouldings.
Geo. M. Lynch and R. M. Torrence of
Gainesville, were at the Ocala House
last night.
If you smotce you .win te Interested
in the best line of cigars in the city
at the Court Pharmacy.
F. H. Simmons and wife of Summer-
field were at the Ocala House last
night.
Striped and dotted rainproof foul
ards are attractive for hoods for mo
toring.
L. E. Means, Jr., P. J. Titcomb and
H. J. Peterman of Dunnellon were at
the Montezuma yesterday,
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocaia News Company and get them
now.
Messrs, Oscar Medlin, Elmer Mc-
Creary and Ray Manassee and Miss
Mayme McCrew arrived in their cars
from Gainesville yesterday and regis
tered at the Ocala House,
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs
E. Li. Maloney, at the Girard, No. Jl
East Duval, just off. Main. Best 75c
room in the city.
Bascom Seymour, who passed his
boyhood days in this city, and now
holds a responsible position in Atlanta
has been revisiting his Ocala friends
He expects to make his permanent
home In Orlando,
5 or 6 doses 66P, will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c
Mr. W. Ia Colbert went down to
Weirsdale Saturday night, and returned
Monday, bringing Mrs. Colbert and the
children, who have been visiting Mrs
Colbert's sister at that pleasant place.
The finest line of stationery in boxes
of paper and. envelopes and paper by
the. pound that has ever been brought
to Ocala. Two grades of it at the Court
Pharmacy.
Messrs. L. C. McCray and Oscar Med
lin, two autoists, the former with
Buick 20 and the latter with an E. M. F
30, came down from Gainesville yester
day afternoon, to run their cars here
today. They were taken out to the
race track by some of the Ocala auto
ists for a trial spin. They expect an
other car this morning. They intended
to run their cars in their home town
today, but some cranky regulation pre prevented.
vented. prevented. Ocala is glad to have them.
DR. I.. II. V.JV EXGELKEX
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old PoHtoffice Huildlng, Room 4
Mr. and Mrs. George Pasteur and
children have gone north to spend the
hot months. They went from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to New York on a Clyde Line
steamer, and from the big city will go
to Laconia. X. II., to visit Mrs. Pas Pasteur's
teur's Pasteur's sister. They were accompanied
to New York by Miss Tillie Pasteur,
who will study at Columbia University
this summer. Mr. Pasteur has not been
well for some months, but it is expect expected
ed expected that his trip north will restore him
to his usual health.
THE CAUSE OF ECZEMA
is germ life that burrows under and
feeds on the skin. The way to cure
ECZEMA is to remove the cause by
washing away with a clean, penetrat penetrating
ing penetrating liquid, the. germ life and poisons
that cause the trouble.
We have a preparation that will do
this. The first application will stop the
itching and give prompt relief to an ir irritated,
ritated, irritated, itching or inflamed skin. If
you are a sufferer from skin of scalp
eruption in any form, try one bottle of
this clean scientific preparation, we are
confident you will be pleased with the
results from the use of this standard
preparation for eczema.
Good for Infant a well a grown
pernoDA. Sold at the Postoffice Drug
Store.
Norrls famous Atlanta candles, a
high grade confection, received every
few days by express direct from the
factory a,t the Court Pharmacy.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.

A GREAT MASIO.

OX THE O K LAW A H A
Over ;n Heather Ilaud.that wonder
ful aii.l roraar.slc.ypit an island made
by the bend of the Oklawaha and a
marsh same northern people.
who have become enthused with the
great natural attractions of the place,
and the wonderfully fertile soil, re
cently bought 2800 acres of the rich
land and have began the construction
of a house that will probably be the
finest country mansion in Florida.
Seven carloads of brick for the
house have been unloaded at Candler
and from there they will be hauled
the three and a half miles across
country to the site of the house. Mr.
W. W. Wood of Chicago, an architect
and. builder, is here and will Imme Immediately
diately Immediately put up a temporary house for
the owners of the land, Mr. Chas. H.
Hulburd of Chicago, and the erection
of the mansion will be pushed forward
as rapidly as possible. ;
The concrete and brick work on the
big building will be done by Messrs Messrs-Jameson
Jameson Messrs-Jameson & Thompson, two young
Scotchmen, and Mr, W. J. Sheridan,
another successful contractor of this
cty. The general contractor is Mr.
W. H. Mann of Crystal River.
The building of such a magnificent
country home 'in the woods of Marion
county, in one of the wildest and least
settled portions of the state, famous

even now for all Kinds or game, wiillfour thousand dollar aerial' race. ; It

be watched with a great deal of in- J was a majestic" scene that was" present present-terest.
terest. present-terest. We are informed the house led when the great machines sweDt ma-

will cost about $30,000 and will have
every modern convenience.- 1
A VERY QUIET FOURTH
The city seemed very quiet this
morning. As no special efforts had been
made to draw a crowd here- and noth nothing
ing nothing was on the program but the base
ball game this afternoon
between J
Brooksville and Ocala and the automo- J
bile races between Ocala and Gaines-
ville cars at the fair grounds, the j
streets did not present the crowded, J
animated appearance that they usually j
do on the fourth. The excursion to Or
ange Springs over the Ocala Northern
took a good many people out of the
city to attend the celebration there and
to see the newly opened country there.
Many of our citizens went out of town
on the trains, in automobiles and oth other
er other conveyances to spend the day.
NEW BUILDING GOING UP
The material is being placed on the
ground by the contractors. Messrs
Mclver & MacKay, for the new dou
ble brick store building on the cor-
ner below Mr. Schlemmer's bakery,
The building is being put up for a col-I
ored man, L. C. Smith, and is being
financed by the Metropolitan Realty &
Investment Company, a strong local
concern of colored people,
THE DINNER TO THE VETERANS
Nearly all of the Confederate Veter
ans of the county came In today to at
tend the annual dinner
the Armory by the Daughters of the
Confederacy. The dinner' was a big
success and was greatly enjoyed by the
veterans and a few others who partook
of the Daughters', generosity.
DR. J, W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
Of fleet 203
Residence: 295
f
BAPTIST SALE
The Baptist Sewing Circle will hold
a cake and candy sale Saturday, July
8th, beginning at 10 o'clock. There
will also be some new fancy work on
sale.
Temple
Tfceateir
MOTION PICTURES
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
NIGHTLY,
PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
BACHELOR AND OLD MAID
THE LITTLE FLOWER GIRL
THE FISHERMAN
ADMISSION 10 AND 50.
THE DAY WE ALL CELEBRATE
should find your roof and tin gutters
and all tin work about the house, store
or barn ready for the inspection of
your guests.
Don't keep putting off
the work until the weather or accident
makes it necessary to do. See us about
it right now and make sure that the
roofing or tinning is all finished by j
July' 4th. We furnish estimates on anyi
job.
OCALA PLOIBIXG & ELECTRIC
COMPANY.
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalraers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
A U Work Done by Licensed Embalne-
ets and Fully Guaranteed.

AUTO RACE? THIS AFTERXOOX

Pmf Cant trmm Gainesville aad Proba
bly Other fraa Oral Will
i'aatcat
This afternoon at, the fair grounds
there will be a trial of speed between i
f oar different -makes of cars owned in I
Gainesville, about which the owners
have disputed as to their respective
speeds. It is probable that two Ocala I
cars will, also enter these races as they ;
have been invited to do so by the
Gainesville ear owners. The Marlon
County Fair Association has loaned the
grounds to the Gainesville gentlemen
with the understanding that they as
sume no liability in case of accident accident-We
We accident-We believe that this contest will be a
most Interesting one and trust that the'
Ocala people will be weir represented
as the prizes awarded will depend en
tirely upon the attendance.
Admission to the grounds, 50 cents;
to the grand stand and parking privi- j
leges for automobiles, 25 cents each.
Banner.
A FLEET OF AIRSHIPS
Aliased Ita Way ArroM the Channel j
' from Franee fa Eaarlaad
-Yesterday
London, England, July 4. -A fleet of
eleven aeroplanes made the flight over
the English channel yesterday between
Calais and Dover in the great ninety-
jestically over English soil.
ciiibert won first prize for the best 1
! time over the channel, he crossing in j
imrty-seven minutes nity-seven sec
onds. 1
HAD A FULL HOUSE
The Air Dome was packed and Jam-
med twice over last night. All the pic-
tures were good, and one subject, "At
Eventide," was well worth remember. J
ingr. The program for tonight is as j
follows:
The Show Girl's Strategem.
Heart Throbs of Long Ago.
Chosen Against His WilL
DUNNELLON STEADILY IMPROVING
The Messrs. Kibler have just com
pleted tnree nanasome new brick j
stores next to the big brick hotel, J

tearing away, several wooden ones tojC., on July 4th. At the International

mane room ior mem.
The foundation has been laid for the
nanasome new brick city, market.
someining me eity nas long needed. I
Judge Titcomb has eommenped on
nis contract to lay one mile of new I
cement sidewalks for the city. 1
Air. bam Petteway will soon build
a nanasome new oricK Dusmess nouse. i
Many other Improvements have just J
Deen made or are In Immediate con-1
j temptation.
CELEBRATE THIS EVENING
AT THE TEMPLE j
Tour best way to eelebrate this ev

iven them atlen,ng wil1 De to SO to the Temple,

wnere you can pass an hour most I
pleasantly watching the clearest pic-1

ture eixects you ever saw. see adver-lof

tisement for prosram'
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets see-
ond apd fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Edward Drake, E. R.
Louis F. Savarese, Sec'y.
HAY WjVJSK AND SU.UMEK CXUiDS
Must be relieved aulcklv and Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound will do it
E. M. Stewart. 1034 .Wolfram St.. Chi-
casro. writes: "I have been arreatlv
troubled during the hot summer months

with, hay fever and find that by uslnglas Ia'a OUI m tne Christian Endeavor

PoIpv's Honv Rnd Tar Oomnnimd T &tt
great relief." Many others who suffer
slmilarly will be glad to benefit by Mr.
Stewart's experience. Sold by the Court
Pharmov
The second floor of the Bell apart
ment house on Fort King avenue Is for
rent. 'Apply to Joseph Bell, at county
judge's office in the court house.
THOSE WHO TAKE
FOLEY KIDNEY PLl-LS
For their kidney and bladder ailments,
and for annoying urinary irregulari
ties are always grateful both for the
quick and permanent relief they af afford,
ford, afford, and for their tonic and strength
ening effect as well. Try Foley Kidney
Pills. For sale by the Court Pharmacy.
A. A. Waterman's seir-fllllng, relia
ble, non-leaking fountain pens; all
sizes and several different prices, at
the Court Pharmacy.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
For summer diarrhoea In children al-
and a speedy cure Is certain. For sale
by all dealers.
DEATV4INA ROARING FIRE
May not result from the work of fire-
bugs, but often severe burns are caus-
ed that make a quick need for Buck-
len's Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest,
! cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils.
sores. It subdues inflammation. It kills
pain. It soothes and heals. Drives off
skin, eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only
25c at Tydings & Co.
Our line of cutlery, scissors and
articles for the manicure table will
appeal to you. See them at the Covt
Pharnricy. g
FOR RENT
Three nicely furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Bed room with
connecting bath; Good gas range in
kitchen. All modern improvements;
electric lights and phone, All rooms
well screened. One block from post post-office.
office. post-office. Inquire at Star office.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Ocala Lumber &
. .
fices of the company at Ocala, Fla., on
Tuesday, July 11th, at 3 p. m.-
I By order of the president.
R. C, Muncaster, Secretary.
OCALA AERIE NO. 1814. F. O. E.
Ocala Aerie No. 1814, Fraternal Or
der of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesday in the month, at 8:15
p. m., in Yonge's HalL Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren are always welcome.
F. G. B. Weihe, President.
N. L. Williams. Secretary.
Serve PLEZOL to your family.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
vku T n town ari"
UP-TO-DATE MAPS
Latest, maps of Florida and all oth other
er other states at Ballard's.

A NATIONAL BAK IS AX ABSOLUTELY SAKE PLACE TO'
YOIK M(tKY, BECAUSE THE UNITED STATES COYEBBBXT

AMINES REGULARLY" ALL NATIONAL BANKS. ASK OUn PATQOIfS
HOW WE TREAT THEM. MAKE OUR BASK YOUR BO JOE.

It tela H

CAPITAL
JOHN L. EDWARDS, Pre.

H. D. STOKES, Caskler.
OCALA, : : : FLORIDA.

CHRISTIAN EXDEAVOR NEWS
The secretary after a pleasant' three
weeks In the village of Oconee, will
spend several days as guest of the At-
I lantic City Union. Headquarters are
at 233 Luckie street, at the Moore Me
morial Presbyterian church manse.
Many new and old friends are to be
met before starting to Washington, D.
(convention mv address w 11 b 'Varo of
the District of Columbia headquarters.
Million nniiar pibt-" thnntth.
of July mail, can be sent to Chester
Springs. Pa. Thus far the trip has
been a delightful one
Miss Maggie Gilmore. active In En
Jdeavor work for her home town, Gil
more, took a long vacation In Mav.
visiting relatives in St. Augustine,
Ocala, Grahamville. Kendrick and
Moss Bluff, Miss Maggie and her sis
ter, May, are home keepers since their
brother's death last vear. and this
month In v other scenes will be some
thing long remembered In coming days
of faithful duty In -the family circle.
Mr. W. A. Jenkins, active in the con-
gregatlonal society of Lake Helen.
sends the following interesting news
Endeavor work in his town: "The
two societies Baptist and Congrega
iiionai, meet in union. The Baptist is
! the only one of this denomination In
I the state connected with Christian En-
deavor. Meeting together gives us an
average attendance of about fifty and
from the opening of the services there
is something doinsr. The servir la from
lone hour but It is very common for us
i to over-reach, when we have repeated
the pledge of doxology at closing. We
are very fortunate in having pastors
Jwno are greatly interested in Christ-
ian naeayor. iney are always pres-
I ,'ini""s msirucuve
We follow more, or less closely work
oria. musicians oi me cnurcnes
have aided us most kindly in leader-
sn,D and special music." It seems well
to add to the particulars given by Mr.
iJerKins, tnat tHe services are held al-
ternateaiy m tne congregational and
1 Baptist churches and that both their
I p"" unenaea me state convention
ln May. somethiner which some much
nearer ministers did not do. The most
interesting feature may be that of the
Congregational society the pastor, Rev.
C. N. Knook, Is president of, the new
East Central district union.
Mrs. Alice Reed, : treasurer and press
superintendent of the Presbyterian so society
ciety society in Weirsdale, Lake and Sumter
counties, has sent a good news letter!
Among other items Is that through the
stirring 'work of their, president, Mrs.
Douglass, already this year they have
raised over f 90. Of this $65 went for
the repair fund of their church, thus
-showing what Endeavorers of "even a
small village can do "to help out" if
they have a mind to work and enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic leader. From Weirsdale was
sent to the Children's Home Society ln
Jacksonville $10, and a large box of
clothing. They also remembered Mr.
for the rteenrat nff rf tna Vlnrlrtit ha!ii1.
quarters booth at the International
convention. We would appreciate
more such letters as this just quoted
from.
President Alex Linn is hard at work
getting C. E. and boaYd of trade mon-
ey for the adorning of the Florida
booth in proper way at Atlantic City.
Grace A. Townsend.
Atlanta, June 29, 1911.
READ THIS
Jacksonville, 111. I am a farmer and
was suffering with acute kidney trou trouble,
ble, trouble, could not get up or down for rheu rheumatic
matic rheumatic pains In back and hips. A dollar
bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder, of 2926
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., cured me.
Frank Murgatroyd.
Sold by all druggists.
KILOSSVS ILLL'SIOX
DROVE HIM CRAZY
Hard to Believe la Thin Stmry, Which
Come from IT notary
Vienna, July 4. A remarkable story
of how a man, having lost the girl he
wanted to marry, kept up the illusion
that he had married her, is reported
j from Budapest.
Michael Kilossy, a property owner in
Klienpest, had for several years been
in love with Marwrne Marmestein, the
daughter of a merchant, noted for her
beauty. Her parents were not in favor
of the match, as they considered Kllos Kllossy
sy Kllossy to be very strange In his ways.
Later a bookkeeper, named Gaspar,
fell in love with Malwine Marmersteln,
and married her. Kilossy now took
rooms near the Gaspars, and after a
few months he seemed to have gotten
over his disappointment. He spent, the
greater part of the day in his rooms,
into which no stranger save his land landlady
lady landlady entered.
After a while Kilossy began to re receive
ceive receive boxes and packages from Paris.
These he opened himself, carefully con concealing
cealing concealing the contents from his landlady.
The latter, in tidying up the rooms,
occasionally came across articles of
woman's clothing and one day when
Kilossy was in another part of the T
house she peeped Into the room. Inn

which he: spent most of his time anj.

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CLAREXCE CAMP, Vie
saw Frau Caspar sitting on "a sofa.
She ordered the woman to leave th
house at once, threatening to Inform
her husband. At this noint Klloaav
appeared on the scene and bests to
laugh. He pointed to the Frau Oaanar.
That tis a wax figure, he said, "but"
tell no one what you have seen, other-
wise I will shoot myself
The landlady promised. Kllossy ex
plained that when ha mad th
quaintance.of Malwlne Marmersteln she
gave him her photograph, 'from .which
he ordered a wax figure made. The'
story goes that he made love to the
wax figure for a year, and when the
real Frau Gaspar became a mother El-"
lossy ordered the figure of a child from;
Paris. -
:, Recently Kllossy had a nervous
breakdown, and showed signs of mad
ness. A few days ago he began to rave rave-and
and rave-and was taken to an asylum. ,,
FINE FARM FOR 8AXE
A splendid farm of ISO acres of good
nine land. 120 nr rlAtnA J mil
fenced. Good out buildings and plenty
of them; splendid water; large and
comfortable new dwelling. Not a foot
of waste land on the place and it Is a
high grade of pine. Has twenty acres
as fine corn and twelve acres of cotton :
as any one can show; no fertiliser used..
Located 1 miles from Dallas- and
right on county line of Marlon and
Sumter. Price $2000. Apply at 8tar
office for. further particulars and own owner's
er's owner's name and address. -i ; :
There are Two Kinds of CbCl TokIc
PLANK'S AND OTIIES3
THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVR OTTT MAT; ART A TfV
CURE CHILLS, FEVER. OOLD3
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACH
IF IT DORS 'NOT. '' TWISrJTYIPIVT3!
AND FIFTY CENTS PDR BOTTLE.
ASK, YOUR DRUGG'ST.
, .
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
When you are happy drink PLISZOI -When
you are dry drink PLEZOL.
When you look for prosperity drink
PLEZOL, .
W. C. DLAtJCIIAOO :
CONTRACTOR AHD OUILCIR
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P.O. BOX 46
OCALA. FLA.
TIME TO CELEBRATE
When you order any of our ?
SEA FOOD SPECIALS ;
For the Fourth or any other day.. Our
market is the one to serve you with
the best and choicest jsea food.
W. P. EDWARDS
Phone 108 New Citjr Market.
OCTALA, FLORIDA.
USE MICE
It is the Best by
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wrons. you can blame ft on the Liver, aa tnat orsu til oaosily at f .t,
F'or a Torpid Liver Yea Tcd

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WE WANT YOUR GROCERY TSaDE-

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TTTE can make it an inducement for you
Am f to trade with us. We are not doing a
y cut price business, but a legitimate,
Casta Grocery Business, and are selling as cheap
as first c!ass groceries can be sold. .
Courteous treatment, full weights and meas measures,
ures, measures, prompt delivery is assured you. .
. We give chinaware Free, pave your cash tick tickets
ets tickets and see what they will biing you.

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GROCERY

J. C. GEIGER, Manager.

FiiriislloMiis

We have in out large stcre, almost every
thing yotf could wish for to furnish your
home, office, farm garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of furniture in med medium
ium medium and high grades, with all of the furnish,
ings that go with the line. Our stock of
hardware is complete and the tools, materials,
and implements are of the best grades. We
carry the largest line of harness, wagons,
carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
have a good line of office supplies of all kinds,
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in stock every item the
builder or contractor needs.
SEE US BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES

OCALA. FLORIDA.

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GAUDIOATiES IH

CONTEST
Following Are Uie Names in the Piano Vcling Contest,
as Far as Dave Been Turned in to I he Management. If
Yon Are a Candidate, List Your Name at the Store ot
Dayes & Gnynn, and Ask for Votes, When Trading With
the Following Firms. Get Your Friends to Support You.
3IARIOX GROCERY CO., Fancy and Staple Groceries.
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUG-STORE. Ice Cream and Soda Water.
W. S. C. YOXGE, Plumbing.
HAYCRAPT & DeCAMP, MILLINERY.
HAYES & GUYNN, Dry Goods,Notions and Gents' Furnishings.
THE DAILY AND WEEKLY STAR,
Votes Issued on Subscriptions, Advertising and Job Work

NAMES OF CONTESTANTS

MISS BELLE HODGE
MISS MATTIE MOORE
MISS DOVIE GATES
MISS CEVIE ROBERTS
MISS AXXIE BEXTOX FULLER
MISS FREYERMUTH
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Ur. Farmen'IIasn't a poor piece of Hardware cHen cost
you lour times the price ol it because you had to lose a whole
lot of time coming to town to get another?
Ouy your Hardware from us and you will save many
ceedless, expensive trips, and many dollars on repairs.
I7e sell the best Hardware, because it pays us to sell, and

yea to bay, the best.
. Hartoi Hardware Co..

,, OCALA. FLORIDA.

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FOURTH-

BY JAMES A.

COPVB.GMT tan 6Y AMtRiCAW ASSOCIATION
CUT out the jollity, din and frivolity.
Firecrackers, pinwheels and guns.
Can all the various plain and hilarious
Noise producers and buns.
Candles and rockets' glare, that left our pockets bare.
Henceforth we give the go-by.
Gone is the riot rude! We must have Quietude
Now on the Fourth of July.
.
Squelch the uproarious stump speeches glorious.
Setting the eagle a-sail
The proud and regal American eagle
By twisting the said eagle's tail.
Pass up the attitudes, bromides and platitudes.
Rhetoric bursting on high.
We've a less talkative and less provocative
Soft pedal Fourth of July.
Uncle Sam's natal day had grown a fatal day.
Blowing off fingers and toes.
Boys that exploded didn't know they were loaded
And lost by an eyebrow or nose.
Sisters and others were shot by their brothers.
While some missed an ear or an eye.
We've a less perilous, likewise less garrulous.
Denatured Fourth of July.
That sort of blowing up called for a slowing up.
We who had lost our forbears
Loved independence, but, oh, you descendants.
We couldn't lose also our heirs!
In all sincerity shooting posterity
Thus came a trifle too high.
We've a more peaceful, healthful and easeful.
Safe and Sane Fourth of July.
From our gentility, soothing tranquillity,
. Noise and fireworks are banned
Gone the mortality and the banality
Of the grandiloquent brand ;
Gone the old happy days, poppy and snappy days.
When we shot holes in the sky;
Ours for sobriety, pink tea variety.
Ladylike Fourth of July!

FATHER AND
JOB
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THOMAS M. WILSON.

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kidneys in their work, clogs up the bowels, throw bilious impurities Into the blood and Littrftrrs
with digestion. A person in this condition is pale, sallow and discouraged, feels bad. looks bad aad 'J
general condition is bad. Food digests poorly, bowels mostly constipated, suffers from Clay tptlix
occasional headaches an J prefers to sit around and do nothing in place of his usual hustling easily
and cheerfulness. ...
Herbine changes t?r t s bv starting the Internal machinery into activity again. Its rerlTinar
effect on the Torpid 1, r .j prompt and thorough. The Stomach and Kidneys feel Its stimulating In Influence.
fluence. Influence. The Bowels o purged of costive conditions and regular daily operations re-ostabllaaed. As
a result of this general scouring of the interior, functional activity Is resumed everywhere and the
purified blood goes coursins through veins, carrying new life and eaercy to eyeiT put.

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JAKES F. BALLARD
For Sore Eyes. Granulated LJda,
CITY DIRECTORY
Mayor John D. Robertson.
Recorder I T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder H. M. Hampton.
President of Council IL C. Jones.
President Pro Tem R. R. Carroll.
Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Tax Collector W. W. Clyatt.
Treasurer W. T. Gary.;
Attorney C. I Sistrunk.
Marshal R. K Carter.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Superintendent of Electric Lighting
Plant J. C. Caldwell.
Policemen Frank Hall, S. N. Grubbs.
Street Superintendent M. F. Dodson.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleveland.
City Council
Aldermen First Ward L. J. Knight,
C. R. Tydinss.
Aldermen Second Ward J. H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, R. R. Carroll.
Aldermen Third Ward E. T. Hel Hel-venstf
venstf Hel-venstf n, H. A. Fausett.
Aldermen Fourth Ward--H. C. Jones,
G. A. Carmichael.
Alder man-at -Large W. P. "Edwards.
Committees of the Council
-Market G. A. Carmichael, L. J.
Knight, R. R. Carroll.
Sanitary E. T. Helvenston, W. P.
Edwards, H. A. Fausett.
Street R. R. Carroll, G. A. Carmi Carmichael,
chael, Carmichael, J. H. Taylor.
Cemetery E. T. Helveroston, H. A.
Fausett, H. C. Jones.
Building H. C. Jones, H. A. Fausett,
G. A. Carmichael.
Fire H. A. Fausett, C. R. Tydings,
R-. R. Carroll. -
Police W. P. Edwards, J. IL Taylor,
L J. Knight.
Finance C. R. Tyiings, J. II. Taylor
E. T. Helvenston.
Judiciary L. J. Knight, C. R. Ty Tydings,
dings, Tydings, W. P. Edwards.
Light and Water J. H. Taylor, C. R.
Tydings, H. C. Jones.
OLD SOLDIER TORTURED
,
' "For years I suffered unspeakable
torture from indigestion, constipation
and liver trouble," wrote A. K, Smith,
a war veteran at Erie, Pa., "but Dr.
King's New Life Pills fixed me .all right.
They're simply great." Try them for
any stomach, liver or kidney trouble.
Onlq 25c. at Tydings & Co..
There are now 1,500 societies and
groups for the propagation of Esper Esperanto
anto Esperanto situated in all parts of the world.
Foley Kidney Pills are composed of
ingredients specially selected for their
corrective, healing, tonic and stimulat stimulating
ing stimulating effect upon the kidneys, bladder
and urinary passages. They are anti antiseptic,
septic, antiseptic, antilithic and a uric acid sol solvent.
vent. solvent. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.
Frederick Moore, ex-coxswain of the
Scotland lifeboat, who has just died,
helped to save 150 lives and had many
narrow escapes from death.
If you feel "blue," "no account," lazy,"
you need a good cleaning out. Herbine
is the right thing for that purpose. It
stimulates the liver, tones up the stom stomach
ach stomach and purifies the bowels. Price 50c
by all druggists.
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The new French navy bill fixed 20
years as the maximum life for the
larger classes of ships.
Right in your busiest season when
you h.ave the least time to spare you
are most likely to take diarrhoea and
lose several days' time, unless you have
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar Diarrhoea
rhoea Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take a dose
on the first .appearance of the disease.
For sale by all dealers.
William Richardson, who represents
the eighth Alabama district in Con Congress,
gress, Congress, was once condemned to death as
a spy in the Confederate service.
When the bowels feel uncomforta uncomfortable
ble uncomfortable and you miss the exhilerating feel feeling
ing feeling that always follows ar copious
morning operation, a dose of IIEHINE
will set you right in a couple of hours.
If taken at bedtime you get its bene beneficial
ficial beneficial effect after breakfast next day.
Price 50c. Sold by all druggists.
Of the three men most prominently
mentioned for the democratic presiden presidential
tial presidential nomination, Judson Harmon is 65
years old, Champ Clark 61, and Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson 55.
Never leave home on a journey with without
out without a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is
almost certain to be needed and can cannot
not cannot be obtained when on board the cars
or steamships. For sale by all dealers.
Palestine is to be supplied- with
plenty of cheap electricity from the
river Jordan. The water will also be
used for irrigation purposes.
Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
Liniment freely. It will remove the
soreness and quickly restore the parts
to a healthy condition. For sale by all
dealers.
The first official convention utter utterance
ance utterance favoring protection to American
industries was contained in the demo democratic
cratic democratic platform upon which Andrew
Jackson ran for president in 1822.
XOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credi creditors
tors creditors and distributees and all other per persons
sons persons having claims or demands against
the estate of- James W. Means, deceas deceased,
ed, deceased, to present the same duly proven to
the undersigned within one. year.
Augusta Evins Means,
As Administratrix of the .Estate of
James W. Means, Deceased.
Mcintosh, Florida.

Drug Stores, Price 50c per

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A1JU DRUGGISTS
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HEARD FROn
A Lady Who Lives in Goldstcro
Joins in the Chorus cf Praise
for Carditi, The Woman's :
Tonic
Gcldsboro, N. C "A physician treat treated
ed treated me for many distressing symptoms,"
writes Mrs. Etta A. Smith, "but gave
me no relief.
"I suffered with neuralgia around the
heart and was troubled at times with my
head. I had pain in my leftside, bowels,
left thigh, shoulders and arms.
"After taking Cardui, I am now well
and can recommend it to other suffering
women. '.. -v ..
Just such doubtful symptoms, as those
from which Mrs. Smith suffered, are the
ones for which it will pay you to take
Cardui, the woman's tome
It is at such times, when there is noth nothing
ing nothing to show, for certain, the real cause oi
the trouble, that you need a tonic, to give
the body strength to throw off the illness
that evidently threatens.
Take Cardui, when you are ill, with
the ailments of your sex. Take Cardui
as a tonic, to prevent illness, when you
feel it coming.
Your druggist keeps it.
N. B Write to- Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chatta Chatta-nooga
nooga Chatta-nooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn., for Special
Instructions, and 64-page book. Home Treatment
for Women" sent in plain wrapper on request.
EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
Are the
LEADERS OF THE WORLD
AND THE AMBEROLA IS THE
LEADER OF THE EDISON LINE
It is the most perfect instrument
mechanically as well as the most
handsomely appointed that has ever
left the Edison factory. We are pleas pleased
ed pleased to show ,-them.
LARGEST STOCK OF EDISON
RECORDS IXTHE STATE
A. E. Burnett
JEWELER
MERCHANTS BLOCK. OCAIA, FDA
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XOTICE TO CREDITORS
. Notice is hereby Riven to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all oth other
er other persons havingr claims and demands
asrainst the estate of Stephen Hodge,
deceased, to present said claims duly
proved to the undersigned within one
vear from the date of the first publi publication
cation publication of this notice, to-wit: May 19th.
1911. Samuel L. Hodgre,
Gertrude Johnson.
As Administrators Estate of Stephen
Hodge, Deceased.
Adflress: Ocala. Fla,
NOTICE OP V1SAI SETTLEMENT
AXD DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby sjiven that on the
1st day of April. 1912. the underslgm underslgm-ed
ed underslgm-ed executor will present my accounts
and vouchers to Hon. Joseph Bell,
judjre of probate in and for Marion
county, Florida, at his office in Ocala.,
Florida, and will make my final settle settlement
ment settlement and will apply for final discharge
as such executor. Wm M. Baker,
47 West 42nd St. New York City.
As Executor of Last Will and Testa Testament
ment Testament of Mrs.' T. W. Baker.
XOTICE
Of Application for Final Discharge
Notice i3 hereby iven that on the
20th day of December. 1911. at 10
o'clock a. m.. I, as guardian of Paulin
V. Lloyd, will make my final returu.
presenting vouchers and accounts to
the county judge of Marion county,
Florida, at his office in Ocala, Florida,
and will at said-time and place make
application to the said county judge
for my dischargrfc as guardian of said
Pauline V. Lloyd.
This June 6th 1911.
v George Giles,
Guardian of PaiAine V. Lloyd, Minor.

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
fur Lcyriias patent
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, will applr to
the Governor of the state of Florida
for letters patent to issue Under the
following proposed charter.
CHARLES RHEINAUER. 4
BENJAMIN RHEINAUER.
G 17STAVE RHEINAUER.
COPY OP PROPOSED CIIAnTBR OF
RIIEIXAl'ER A COMPANY
We, the undersigned, .hereby asso-
ciate ourselves together for : the pur-,
pose of becoming incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida applic
able to corporations for profit.
The name of the corporation shall be
Rheinauer & Company and Its princi principal
pal principal place of business shall be in Ocala,
Marion county. Florida, out it may es
tablish offices and agencies in any oth other
er other place or places In or out of the state -of
Florida. . -.
ARTICLE II. I
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by this corporation is:
To conduct a general mercantile
business; to buy and sell all kinds of
personal property and real estate; to
use, operate and employ all kinds of
personal property and real estate: to
own. operate and control all kinds of
manufacturing enterprises; to acquire
by purchase or otherwise all kinds of
patent rights and copyrights; to ouy
and sell all kinds of machinery and
mechanical appliances; to buy and sell
stock in and securities of other cor
porations: to act as agent for other
corporations, firms or persons in the
sale ana .purchase or real estate ana
securities and other kinds of personal
property: to act as agent for all kinds
of insurance-companies; to engage in
any kind of rarming or horticulture;
to transact any of the businesses above
."pecined In any part of the United
States and in foreign countries, and in
transacting the businesses above speci
fied to borrow or lend money to receive -and
execute all kinds of securities
therefor and to. transact any and all
business, and to do all things which
may be necessary to effectuate the ob
jects above specified.
ARTICLE, 111. 1
The amount' of the capital, stock of
this corporation shall be seventy-five
thousand ($75,000) dollars, divided Into
seventy-five shares of the par value of
one thousand (S 1,000) dollars each, all
of. which capital stock shall be paya payable
ble payable in property, at a fust valuation to
be fixed by the directors at a meeting
called for that purpose. t
' ARTICLE IV.
The term for which this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE V.
The business of this corporation:
shall be conducted by a president, vice
president nd secretary and treasurer;
and by a board of directors consisting
of not less than three nor more than
five persons, which board of directors
shall be elected at the annual meeting
of the stockholders to be held on the
second Tuesday In March, A. D. 1912, ;
and annually thereafter. The presi president,
dent, president, vice .president, secretary and
treasurer shall be elected' by the board
of directors and any two of such of offices
fices offices may be held by the same person
xcept the office of president and vice
president. The following named offic officers
ers officers shall conduct the business of this -corporation
until those elected st the
first annual meeting shall qualify,
namely: Charles Rheinauer, president
ind treasurer; Benjamin Rheinauer.
vice president and secretary, and
Charles Rheinauer. Benjamin Rhein Rheinauer
auer Rheinauer and Gustave Rheinauer. directors.
' ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at any
time subject itself is seventy-five thou-
sand 1(75.000) 'dollars.
ARTICLE VII. sV
The names and places of residence of
the subscribers, together with the
amount of capital stock subscribed for
by each is:
Charles Rheinauer, Ocala, Florida,
forty-nine shares. v
Benjamin Rheinauer, Ocala, Florida,
twenty-five shares.
Guxtave Rheinauer, New York, N. T..
one share. ..
State of Florida. ,
County of Marion.
On this day personally came before
me Charles Rheinauer and Berjamin
Rheinauer. two of the individuals who
signed the foregoing proposed charter.
and each acknowledged to me that he
signed the said proposed charter of
Rheinauer & Company and, subscribed
for the shares set opposite his name,
for the uses aad purposes therein set
forth and expressed. :.
My commission expires on the 25th,
day of October, A. D. 1914.
Witness my hand and official seal at
Ocala, Florida, this the 27th day of
June, 1911.
A. E. Gerlg, Notary Public.
State of Nlw York. 5
Borough of Manhattan.
On this day personally came before
me Gustave Rheinauer, one of the in individuals
dividuals individuals who signed the' foregoing
proposed charter and acknowledged to
me that he signed the said proposed
charter of Rheinauer & Company and
subscribed for the shares set opposite
his name, for the uses and pjrpose
therein set forth and expressed.
My commission expires on the 30th
day of .March. A. D. 1813.
Witness my hand and official seal
this the ICtb day of June, A. D 1911.
Gustave Joretsky,
Reg.) No. 2023. Notary Public N. Y. Co.

.NOTICE OF 'APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed fader Seetla 8 mt Cfcayter
4SK, Law mi FIrtda.
Notice Is hereby given that J. D.
Young, purchaser of tax' certificate
No-?. 814, 813. dated the 1st day of
June. A. D. 1S08. also tax certificates
Nos. 838. 837, dated June 3rd, 1907. has
filed said certificates in my office, and
has made application for tax deed to
issue in accordance with law. 8a id
certificates embrace the following de-

scriDea property suuaiea in jna.no a
county, Florida, towit: S of nw4 -A
sec 22, nw-4 of neH and n of w J
of ne'i, sec 21. sw of ne&, sec 22.
and sw4 of se of ne4, sec 22, all in
tp IS s. r 24 e. The said land being
assessed at the date of the tsssuance of
such certificates, in the names of Lewis

Co. Unless said certificates shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deel
will issue thereon on the 31st day, of
July. A. D. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 27th day of June. A. D.
1ll1 C 1 .Gl.t.niib

Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Fla. f

3WTT1CK TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby riven .to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of lira. T.
W. Baker,4 deecased. to present the
same to the undersigned duly proven
within one year from date.
Win. XL Eater.
41 West 42nd 8U New York CUT. .
As Executor of Last Will maA Veata Veata-ment
ment Veata-ment of Ura. T- Yir. VzrTT.

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