OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1911
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OWE IB OPENED
TO RAILWAY TRAFFIC BV THE
OCALA NORTHERN OX THE
FOURTH OF JULY
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Office over the Munroe & Chambll
O E NT A L SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
L. F. BLALOGK
Office Over Commercial Bank
Office Honrs: to 12 a. m.,
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General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis-
eases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3. 4, Holder
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Office No. 333: Residence No. 333.
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Practice limited to specialty Eye,
v Ear, Nose and Throat., Office hours, 9
to 12 a. ,m.; 2 to 5 p. nx. Other hours
Office in Law Library Building.
DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
, Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Leated at the Jones Honp!tat oa Sooth
' First Street. West
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made on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
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OCALA - FLORIDA
A Fertile and One Famous Section Is
la s Fair Way to Ajcaln Beeome
One 'of the Garden Spots of the
The first passenger train reached the
station at Orange Springs July 4, at
10:30 a. m.
At 8 o'clock Tuesday morning a long
and heavily loaded train pulled out of
Ocala on the new railroad, the Ocala
Northern, bound for Orange Springs
and the points between. There were
sixty-six passengers for Orange
Springs and a large number for Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs.
The country beyond Silver Springs
is a new one, from a railroad stand standpoint,
point, standpoint, for most Ocala people, and it
was scanned with Interest by the pas passengers.
sengers. passengers. It la a very good country,
and the day isn't far distant when it
will be covered with truck farms.
This brand-new village was, of
course, the cynoteure of all eyes. Bur Bur-bank
bank Bur-bank looks good. All the houses are
new and neat and several others are
going up. j The Methodist church, in
course of erection, Is going to be a
handsome and spacious edifice. The
neat little depot will soon be complet completed.
ed. completed. There is an air- of alert newness
about the town that speaks well for
its future. A good-sized delegation
joined the excursion at Burbank.
Going on northward to Fort McCoy,
the country improves, looks higher and
better with every mile. Fort McCoy,
for many years a pretty village, Is now
a busy town. The first thing seen of
it is the cemetery, and one can't help
wishing that every cemetery in the
country was as well kept. Then comes
the hive of industry, the Rentz saw sawmill,
mill, sawmill, one of the biggest in the, state.
The town itself is as bright as a new
pin. Ocala people looked with inter interest
est interest at the lake, where one man from
this city crippled himself for life, and
another for months, while In swim swimming.
ming. swimming. It evidently wasn't the xault
of the lake, as pretty a sheet of water
as ever dimpled to the smile of a Flo Florida
rida Florida morning.
A large number of well-dressed and
pleasant-looking people joined the ex excursion
cursion excursion at Fort McCoy, and the
heavily-loaded train pulled out for
Isn't a big place, but it is in a fine
farming country, and a perfect gem of
a lake, to the west of the road, gives
its name to the place.
At 10:30 the train reached Orange
Springs, and while there were no noisy
demonstrations It was most evidently
a very interesting and gratifying
event to some 300 people of that sec section,
tion, section, who were gathered there to greet
their visitors and help them celebrate
the day a great day for the nation in
general and Orange' Springs in partic particular.
ular. particular. Orange Springs before the war was
an important place to this part of Flo Florida.
rida. Florida. It had three hotels one of them
bigger than any now in Ocala except
the Ocala House a bank, a factory,
several stores and a number of old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned Southern homes. Immense
crops were raised on the' wide and fer
tile fields, and people came from all
over Marion, Alachua and Putnam, and
even Orange counties, to rest and re regain
gain regain health at the spring.
It was an important place -during
the war the spurs of Southern cav cavaliers
aliers cavaliers often clanked on the floors of
the hotels and In the halls of Its
homes, while the swords and carbines
and gray jackets of Confederate troop troopers
ers troopers swung on the boughs of the live
oaks, as the bearers and wearers rest rested
ed rested in the shade the same live oaks
beneath which people from all over a
reunited nation met Tuesday to greet
each other in fraternity on Its birth birthday.
day. birthday. Orange Springs is now a rather
sleepy but quite a pretty village its
fields have lost none of their fertility
and its spring none of its virtue, and
if we mistake not, it is going to be
greater than ever, for Rentz has put
it back on the world's highway.
The reporter doesn't remember ever
attending a more all-around, satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory celebration. It seemed like the
air t and Florida sunshine pervaded ev everyone's
eryone's everyone's nature and made everybody
pleased and anxious to be pleasing.
The exercises were mostly held in a
grove of live oaka on the hill above
the spring. It was an excellent place
clean, open and well shaded. The
most prominent feature was a band bandstand
stand bandstand and dancing pavilion. The latter
had no roof, but the shade of the
trees, which certainly couldn't be
equalled on a summer day.
The Ocala band, which Mr. Rentz
engaged for the occasion, was soon at
work, or rather at play, and while the
boys hadn't brought their uniforms,
their music never sounded better than
In this sylvan spot. The people couldn't
resist its charm, and in a few seconds
a number of couples were whirling on
the floor of the pavilion.
The dancing didn't last long, how however,
ever, however, for a number of athletic contests
had 1-een arranged, and all went to
the field alongside the grove, where
the games took place.
There were a number of races and a
FACTS SPEAK LOUD LOUDER
ER LOUDER THAN WORDS
About fourteen years ago. there
being no means to even get a
check cashed, we organized
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
Just how the business men and
the ladies of Marion county ap appreciated
preciated appreciated this action is evidenc evidenced
ed evidenced by the progress made by the
bank. Its growth has been and
is the talk of the town. Its in increase
crease increase in deposits its surplus
its progresslveness its safety
its accommodating spirit is re recognized
cognized recognized on every, side.
IT SOLICITS YOUR
tug of war. All were carried out in a
most enthusiastic and good-natured
way, being great fun for the partic participants
ipants participants as well as the onlookers. The
most interesting events were the races
for girls and ladies. They were
unique and wildly applauded. Then
there were a three-legged race, a fat
men's race and a tug of war, which
filled the program before dinner.
There was no set and formal dinner.
Many of the excursionists brought
lunches and enjoyed them in the shade
of the trees. There were several re refreshment
freshment refreshment stands, where good food
and drinks were sold. There was an
imprint of country cooking on all the
food, and the prices were very low.
The stands were loaded with the mag magnificent
nificent magnificent watermelons of the section,
and the crowd didn't leave many of
A Michigan Han, n Xenr Settler nt
Shady Grove, Drove His Wife Into
KllllnK Him Monday
A regrettable affair was reported
from Shady Grove Tuesday. ; t
Mr. and Mrs. Arndt, new settlers
from Michigan, have been living on
the Lucius place. They did not get
along very well, and their neighbors
report that Arndt was quarrelsome,
and abused his family out of all rea reason.
Monday evening, it Is alleged, the
father abused and beat the oldest boy,
about fifteen years of age. The mother
interfered and Arndt turned on her
and began to choke her. She gained
possession of a shotgun and fired a
load of shot into his body, from the
effects of which he died instantly. ;
The case was reported to Justice
Douglass, who, after hearing the evi evidence,
dence, evidence, allowed Mrs. Arndt to give bond
for her appearance before the grand
jury at the fail term of the circuit
Arndt's remains were buried in the
Shady cemetery Tuesday afternoon,
after the trial of Mrs. Arndt.
SAID TO BE A SWINDLE
Mississippi Courts Force Jackson Lou
nnd Trust Company Oat of
Jackson, Miss., July 2. In a decis decision
ion decision rendered here today the state su supreme
preme supreme court held that the loan from
contract written by the Jackson Loan
& Trust Company of this city is fraud fraudulent
ulent fraudulent and usurious and the company
should be forced to quit business. The
concern has been operating extensive extensively
ly extensively in several Southern states.
This company had an agent In Ocala
for some time, also in Gainesville, and
did some business here. They advertis advertised
ed advertised quite extensively through the state.
(Concluded on Second Page)
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
I am again open for business at my
store on Fort King avenue. The
building has been 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
coat from. Come in and make a selec selection.
tion. selection. Fit, price and quality guaranteed.
OCALA, :: FLORIDA
There is more catarrh in this sec section
tion section of the country than all other dis diseases
eases diseases put together, and until the-last
few years was supposed to be incur incurable.
able. incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and pre prescribed
scribed prescribed local remedies, and by con constantly
stantly constantly failing to cure with local treat treatment,
ment, treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science
has proven catarrh to be a constitu constitutional
tional constitutional disease and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca Catarrh
tarrh Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Che Cheney
ney Cheney & Co., .Toledo, Ohio, Is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It
is taken Internally in doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonf ul. 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 ure.
Send for circulars and estimonials. Ad Address:
dress: Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Ha'll's
Family Pills for constipation.
COTTAGE FOR RENT
A neat, well located, five-room cot cottage
tage cottage in the second ward for rent rent-Possession
Possession rent-Possession about July 10. Apply to F,
W. Ditto. ?
C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
129 South Third Street
HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLDS
Must be relieved quickly and Foley's
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E. M. Stewart, 1034 Wolfram St., Chi
cago, writes: "I have been greatly
troubled during the hot summer months
with hay fever and find that by using
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound 1 get
great relief." Many others who suffer
similarly will be glad to benefit by Mr.
Stewart's experience. Sold by the Court
STORE FOR RENT
A well located and most desirable
store building for rent. Possession
within 30 days. Apply at the Star of
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
We wish to notify our customers
tuat we have bought out the big 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 Is the same. No. 209.
Free and prompt delivery as usual.
S. A. MOSES & BR0.
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SAVES TWO LIVES
"Neither my sister nor myself might
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Dr. King's New Discovery," writes A.
McDonald of Fayetteville, N. C, R.
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Of DiMoIation of Culbreath A Bell
Notice Is hereby given that the firm
of Culbreath & Bell, insurance agents,
is this day dissolved, Mr. C. E. Cul
breath retiring from the business. Ac Accounts
counts Accounts against the late firm will be
settled by the undersigned.
This July 1st, 1S11.
HAPPIEST GIRL IX LINCOLN
A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, I had
been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach, trouble.
began taking Chamberlaln3 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
coin to find such a good medicine. For
sale by all dealers.
Fresh limes for limeade at the foun
tain of the Court Pharmacy.
IF you are look looking
ing looking for real Shirt
Values, buy an
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and get the best
Helwistoi & Fasten?
TATILL certainly stop
V V that leak in your
Radiator, and the cost.
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sides besides we guarantee sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory results.
A full line of Automo Automo-bile
bile Automo-bile Accessories always
on hand, Tires and
Tubes in AH sizes All the
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ORLANDO : : FLORIDA.
Ocala iariiess Shop
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We Make or fiepair Anything in the Darcess Lice
Give us a Trial. We Guarantee all Worfr.
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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 band
a full line to select from; mall and 'phone orders our specialties.
Don't forget us when in need.
KNIGHT & LANG, Ocala, Florida
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST ssd FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and REST TEAR ROUND C0TEL
Rates Reasonable American Plan
THOMAS M. WILSON. - Proprietor
OCALA EVENING STAIl, WEDNESDAY, JUEY 5t 1011.
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
'R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
OHAUGE SPRIUGS OPENED
(Continued from First Page)
Aftr dinner there was a spirited
game between the Burbank team and
the Kenwood-Orange Springs nine.
The former was made up of veteran
players. while the latter was picked
up among the best of the country
boys in the wide territory. So it isn't
wonderful that Burbank won by 12 to
8. It was a very Interesting game.
The members of the home team were
not used to working together, and
their pitchers hadn't learned many
tricks. But they were as active as cats
and did some splendid batting several
times it looked like the ball was go going
ing going to leave the county. The visiting
team was very smart, particularly in
catching and pitching, and two or
three times the game was very clone.
'After the game was over the crowd
returned to the pavilion, the band
struck up, and dance followed dance
until train time. Shortly before 6
o'clock, t the excursionists, most of
them with regret, left this very pleas pleasant
ant pleasant spot and boarded their train,
which, traveling southward at a steady
gait soon brought them to their re respective
spective respective homes.
So ended a model excursion. It was
the least marred by unpleasant inci incidents
dents incidents of -any event of its size this re reporter
porter reporter has attended. He did not see
an intoxicated or quarrelsome person,
and there was not even a trivial acci accident
dent accident all way.
Mr. .Rents gave the affair bis per personal
sonal personal supervision. He treated the ex
cursionists more as his guests than
railway passengers. He was among
them all day,' looking out for their
comfort and convenience in the most
thoughtful and efficient manner.
OrMKfr Springs Am It Is
It may seem to some pessimistic
people that the Star is inclined to
make too much of the occasion, but
very few who were present will dis disagree
agree disagree with it in its estimate of the
importance of the field that this latest
advance of the railway has opened to
' Orange Springs is a pretty and well
situated village, made up mostly of
old-fashioned, comfortable homes. The
country around is exceptionally pretty
and healthy and very fertile, and our
merchants in particular and people in
general should cultivate closer rela relations
tions relations with it. 1
that part of Marion county and she
will if Ocala doesn't get a move on.
"Work Is going right ahead on the
railroad, and it will be into Palatka by
An auspicious omen to Ocala people
when they alighted from the train was
the presence at the station of those
two very pretty young ladies, Misse9
Eleanor Crom and Olive Weston, who
are now staying with Mr. Crom at the
springs. They entered heartily into ths
pleasures of the day and contributed
not a little to them.
State Senator Carney was one of the
excursionists. It was his first visit to
Orange Springs in thirty years. He
passed through there in the eighties
on his way home from Jacksonville,
and there' being no other way of trans
portation had to walk from Palatka
The conductor said he took up 66
:ket from Ocala, 25 from Burbank,
80 from Fort McCoy and 20 from Bay
Professor Brinson. who taught
school at Orange Springs for several
years, is a mine of information about
the locality, as well as on many other
subjects. The Star thinks Professor
Brinson would be a good man to write
a history of Marion county.
Jim Howell represented Anthony.
Jim is enough by his lone to represent
a good-sized burg.
W. W. Copp, who runs a barber shop,
was one of the passengers from Fort
McCoy. He came here from South Da Dakota
kota Dakota several months ago and is doing
Not many people know that the Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy cotton gin, the most efficient
machine of its kind, was manufactured
for many years at Orange Springs. J.t
was in use wherever Sea Island cotton
was ginned a quarter of a century ago.
Henry Rast of Weirsdale, who was
brought up at Orange Springs, took
advantage of the excursion to revisit
his old home. He was accompanied by
J. G. Davis of the same place.
Occupying a position of honor in the
center of the pavilion was a 68-pound
watermelon. A card on it told that
it was raised by D. M. "Waldron at Bay-Lake.
Ed Bennett, Peyton Bailey, "Will Bul Bullock
lock Bullock and Fred Vogt of Ocala helped
the Burbank ballteam to win Its vic victory.
tory. victory. Bennett pitched, and it was
surely hard for Kenwood to get on to
Postmaster Haney of Burbank, aid aided
ed aided by H. F. Talbot of the same place,
were judges of the games. Mr. Haney
takes great interest in all sports. Mr.
ade With Germles's Mil
Madam, here is a question a daily question of prime importance to
you and yours. Pray give us a moment's hearing.
Is a wide, deep pool of sulphur water,
pleasant to the taste and most reviv reviving
ing reviving to bathe in it. It is not likely that
a better watering place of its kind can
it. even now, for miles around to
bathe and carry water away In bottles
While the spring is there, as good
as ever, the bath houses on its brink
are falling into ruin, there not having
been enough use of them lately to
warrant their repair.
Proof of Old-Time Popularity
In the hammock, a few yards from
where the dancers tripped to music
yesterday, are many heaps of brick,
remains of the piers or chimneys of a
hundred-room hotel, which was crowd'
ed every summer in the days of Its
prosperity. The situation is splendid
high and dry, shade enough to be
pleasant and the spring just a con convenient
venient convenient walk away.
Orange Springs is the most conven convenient
ient convenient watering place to Ocala, and it
can't be excelled for beauty and health
in the state. If some one would build
a good hotel on the same spot, and
carry it on properly, the Star believes
that it would be crowded every sum summer
mer summer with people from all over the
county, and It should attract many
northern visitors in winter.
There is a good trade around Orange
Springs that Ocala business men
should reach out for. Now is their op opportunity
portunity opportunity if they wait a few weeks it
The Ocala Northern is the smoothest
road of its age he writer ever passed
over. It is being built to stay. Heavy
rails are being laid down well, and the
road could carry the Coast Line travel,
excepting a few of the heavier en engines.
gines. engines. It gives a quick and easy ride
to the springs.
Some Excursion Shortstop
The Ocala people who went up were,
first and foremost, the members of the
band Messrs. Gerig, Borden, Tucker,
Ten Eyck, Weihe, Mcintosh, Collier,
Norwood, Martin, Yonge and McClane.
T. D. Lancaster, Jr., was mascot.
jThe less important people- were State
'Senator Carney, Ed Bennett, Miss Mary
Seymour and Eugene Swindell. Will William
iam William King and wife, George Williams,
Stirling Hooper. Floyd Olds. J. S.
Burke, Fred Vogt, A. O. Strickland,
Mrs. Rowe, Mrs. Bogie and daughter,
Mis's Ella, Professor Brinson and fam family,
ily, family, W. N. Maycumber and Miss Pearl
Leonard, Minnie Butts, H. E. Osteen,
Will P. Edwards, Fred Magaw and
family, J. H. Benjamin, Laurie Benja Benjamin,
min, Benjamin, O. W. Cordero and many others
the reporter didn't know.
Burbank sent Postmaster J. B. Han Haney,
ey, Haney, Hugh F. Talbot, S. F. Cameron,
Mr. and Mrs. Richter, Mr. and Mrs.
Iken and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn,
Mrs. Bridges, Harry Langworthy,
Charles Dunn, S. Miller and H. Mc Mc-Cutchen.
Cutchen. Mc-Cutchen. Mr. L. H. Stencil of Mannville, a
large, good-looking man and owner of
a fine orange grove, was at the
Springs. The Star reporter tried to
induce him to sign on the Fat Men's
Ball Team, and he said he would con consider
sider consider the matter.
Half a dozen autos. filled with good good-looking
looking good-looking people from Palatka, were
present. Palatka thinks she owns
There are myriad"? ol women
who have cc?,d the use of
raw, germ-.-tzuIz. borne
have done it for -iff -.y, ocie
fcr economy, sevsc ti- tyt bet better
ter better fooI.
They are using Van Camr'r a st?i3-
from pure-bred Ho'stein cpws. T! cy j-e: ? y:l rA--,
rich milk with the whole-milk iia or. Thc-y v.-.:-lJ.m
milk dishes with it such as rzvilkruir.;; ;.-'L never
They have it always on her J the ccv; right
in the pantry. And their rn;IL bill?, tLicc they
started, have been cut in two.
All of those benefits are oy.:i to you In :MJ
rich, hygienic milk.
Thick as Thick Cream
Van Camp's Milk as it comes ta you is as thick
as thick cream. So thic!: that yen add one part
water for coffee, for cooking tr : ze cream. It ia
28 per cent solids S per cent I-rier fit.
This is how we reduce it:
The milk fresh from the cow l put '.z.to a. vac vacuum.
uum. vacuum. There we evaporate tfj thiru o: the
water, just to save shipping bu.k. On a; ccunt of
the vi.cfiur.., the water
:s oviorated in a mod moderate
erate moderate heat, without
Nothing is added, as
tbte is to condc-nsed
milk no sugar, no
starch, no preservative. Nothing is subtracted-'
f'-e water. When you put back that water the
lzu. is the same save for sterilization as it was
when it cax.e Ucni the cow.
Peach Ice Cream
Mix two cans of Var.
Camp's Milk with one can
of cold water that has
been boiled. Dissolve- in
this three-fourths pound
of granulated sug'ar, turn
into the freezer and freeze.
Pare and seed one quart
peaches. Mash these and
mix in the frozen cream.
Crank tbe freezer several
times and let harden.
Write for our book of 131
recipes, including: all sorts
of ice cream.
Van Camp Packing Co.
The evaporated miik is sterilized by hat aftrr
te ccn is celled. Ths'milk when ycu (ret it is
u:teT?y tterile. Hot a germ of any kind can exist
Raw mill:, as you know, certain millions of -fjerms.
Van Camp's contains none at ali. This
sterilization S3 row considered t i-seimai. ; Cariiii!
pecplc won't use ir.!":!; .without it. A t
Milk dishes made with Van Camp's Milk are
exceedingly rich and savory. Dishes made cf
milkmen's miik cannot compare with them. 5
Some women th:rk that this flavor Is dee to :
something crtificial, hut it isn't. It i.3 simply the
Savor of whole, rich milk.
Milkmen's milk separates. The butter fat rises f
and the soli Is fall. When that milk jets to the
cooking it is rarely mere than a half-milk.
Van Camp's cannot separate. It contains too
little water. So it brings to your milk dishes the
whole milk flavor. When you learn what that
means yon will never cook without it.
Milk Bills Cut in Two
When Van Camp's is reduced to tha utud
milk's richness the cost will figure about :
The saving lies in the cost of dally deli
the main cost cf milkman's milk. Wo aave that
Then Van Camp's saves waste. You Jhavo BO,
xrulk left over. You never run short. You open
a can when you need it, and it keeps till you
. This caving. in cost and the saving in
rat.an a saving of half on your milk bills. .-
, Cost Us $100,000
'The. seven years spent in perfecting this mSk
have cost us $100,000. The ablest Swiss sad
Dutch experts have been engaged on it. All to
give you an unscorched milk 7 changeless and
Our cows are Hclsteins, constantly inspectsd.
Our dairies are models of cleanliness. Our evap evaporating
orating evaporating plants are built without wood, v
You get the best' milk produced in America, at
the price cf the ordinary.
when you get Van Camp's.
Tha lfoz. cans a fall
pintr-costa 1 0 cents. The
6-cz. can costs 5 cents.
Your grocer has it, shipped
from our nearest dairy.
: Van Camp's Milk
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THE HEALTH OP YOURSELF AND
Pope's Herb Is prepared to provide a
dependable household remedy, based
upon the principle of purity of blood
insuring- freedom from disease. It Is
a medicine for maladies such as, rheu rheumatism,
matism, rheumatism, liver complaints, constipation,
fever and ague, female disorders. Indi Indigestion,
gestion, Indigestion, lumbago, kidney derangements,
catarrh, sick and nervous headaches,
loss of appetite and all ailments aris arising
ing arising from inactivity of the liver and
It is a purely herbs, barks and roots
compound. It is put up in chocolate
coated tablets pleasing and easy to
take (or can be dissolved in water).
Mrs. J. C. Meade of Hyattsville, Md.,
"For years I have suffered with
backache, headaches, neuralgia, and
nervousness and extreme fatigue. I
tried many remedies without relief.
Four months ago a grateful friend In Induced
duced Induced me to write to Pope Medicine Co.,
Washington, D. C, for a box of Pope's
Herb Compound Tablets. The very first
dose of two tablets gave me relief. I
used not quite a $1 box and I am en entirely
tirely entirely cured of the pain in my back and
have no more headache."
Dr. J. V. Hennesey, a prominent phy
sician and surgeon of Albany, N. Y., in
L "As a blood purifier, liver, kidney
and system regulator, I prescribe
Pope Medicine Co's. of Washington. D.
C, Herb Compound, as I have done for
the past 20 years, and I have found it
to be a great remedy, which seldom If
ever fails. There are thousands of let letters
ters letters from users of Pope's Herbs, that
have been benefited and cured by its
proper use. Pope's Herb Compound
Tablets are put up 200 in a box, "six
months' treatment," and will be sent
post-paid on receipt of $1. Each box
contains a printed guarantee binding
us to refund the purchase price If the
remedy fails to benefit, also full di directions.
rections. directions. Guaranteed by the Pope Medicine
Co., Inc., under the Pure Food and
Drugs Act, June 30, 1906, No. 34956.
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Talbot is an Englishman, a direct de descendant
scendant descendant of the distinguished family
of that name, and has been in America
Mr. S. G. Miller was captain and
catcher of the Burbank team, and he
sure was on to his job.
John Livingston, now of Edgar, born
and raised at Orange Springs, revisit revisited
ed revisited his old home. Mr. Livingston was
one of the pioneers in the picture show
business in Ocala.
R. LeFevre, an old prospector from
Alaska, is now a resident of Fort Mc McCoy.
Coy. McCoy. He is a carpenter by Occupation
and takes pictures for recreation.
Frank Turner and family and Pro Professor
fessor Professor Brinson and family took along
baskets and had an old fashioned pic picnic
nic picnic dinner under one of the live oaks.
Senator Carney, .the Star reporter and
some other fortunate ones, shared
their home-made viands.
Mr. William. Rainer came up by
team from Electra to take part in the
There is a picturesque old town pump
and a genuine lover's lane oak in the
middle of the main street at Orange
Springs, the latter fitted with t seat3
that have held many a romantic
One of the state's auto highways
runs from Palatka through Orange
Springs to Ocala. It is 53 miles, and
fairly good road.
W. H. Massey, the leading merchant
of Orange Springs, has a store about a
hundred yards long, and his customer's
keep him doing Marathons up and
down it. He was on the travel all
the time the reporter was there. It Is
a big, old fashioned store, one of the
kind where you can buy. anything
from a package of pins to a two-horse
J. H. Pegram, the postmaster, has a
neat little store and does a good busi
Mrs. A. Wilson is the mail carrier,
driving over to Johnson station on the
A. C. L. and returning every day.
W. F. Jordan, an old settler, took
Senator Carney and the reporter n
charge, and told them much of interest
about the country and its people.
. Two unique and Interesting contests
were the ladles race and the girls
race. The fair ones were sprinters, in
spite of their skirts. The former was
won by Miss Mattie Waldron, Miss
Pegram a close second; the latter by
Miss Gladys Iken.
The boys' 100-yard race was won by
Frank Waldron and the 100-yard dash
by F. L. Graham. The three-legged
race was won by Collier and Mcintosh
of Ocala. The fat men's race went t3
A. B. Carpenter, who is about the sii.e
of President Taft.
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FINE FARM FOR SALE
A splendid farm of 160 acres of good
pine land, 120 acres cleared and well
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 acre3 of cotton
as any one can show; no fertilizer used.
Located 1H miles from Dallas and
right on county line of Marlon and
Sumter. Price $2000. Apply at Star
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It is a special preparation, with Raspberry Juice for Peaches and Pears, a
DIRECTIONS FOR PEACH "MELDA"
Select fine ripe peaches; the kind that detach themselves readily from their
stones, 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 basiu on ice. At the
moment of serving take 1 lie peaches out of the syrup, arrange in a fruit dish
on a bed of vanilla ice and mask each with "Sauce tlflba".
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To one can Royal 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 tablespoons
spoons tablespoons cucumber pickles chopped fine; mix thoroughly; serve on lettuce
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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1911.
E IS THE
YOU have been earning all these years ?
YOU spent it and some body else put it in
the bank. Why don't you put our own
money in the bank for yourself ? Why
let the other fellow save what you earn ?
Be independent and start a bank account
with . . . . . .
THE COflMIAL BANK
We have in out large stcre, almost every
thing yoa could wish for to furnish your
home, office, farm, garden or workshop with.
We have a complete line of farnitarein med medium
ium medium and high grades, with all of the furnish furnishings
ings furnishings that go with the line. Our stock of
hardware is complete and the toots 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 l)S BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES
Secret WeddlaK of Popular Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville fJIrl and Yonne: Oca I a Atlor-
i aey Revealed
Their friends and acquaintances In
.Ocala and Jacksonville and throughout
the state will be surprised to learn of
the marriage of ,Mr. Edwin Spencer,
Jr.. of this city to Miss Katherine
Chapman of Jacksonville, "which oc occurred
curred occurred while both were students at
Stetson University., on May 25th, before
the session closed, and which has been
of their most intimate friends.
Mr. Spencer was a senior in the col-
.lege of law and liberal arts in the uni university
versity university and Miss Chapman was a jun junior
ior junior in the college department and tho
the rules and regulations of the school
made it impossible for them to be to together
gether together very much,, they managed to
make the necessary arrangements and
were quietly and secretly married by
the county judge, who, himself, has
faithfully guarded the secret. It was
necessary to keep the matter quiet un until
til until Mr. Spencer could be admitted to
the bar and establish himself in prac practice.
tice. practice. Since coming back to Ocala Mr.
Spencer has been practicing with "his
father and has already gained a firm
. foothold among the profession.
Miss Chapman is a lovely and pop popular
ular popular girl and comes from one of the
best families of Jacksonville. She is a
graduate of the Duval high school and
during her stay at Stetson was one of
7 the most popular girls in the institu institution,
tion, institution, and Mr. Spencer is to be congrat congratulated
ulated congratulated on winnig so charming and
beautiful a wife.
. Mr. Spencer is the son of Col. and
Mrs. Edwin Spencer of this city. He is
a graduate of "the Ocala high school
and of the Stetson college of liberal
arts and law.
Mr. Spencer went to Jacksonville
Monday and brought his wife back
with hjm Tuesday night. Although the
marriage was a complete surprise to
the family of Miss Chapman, the young
couple obtained the blessing of the
young lady's parents and left Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to make Ocala their home with the
. best wishes and congratulations of Miss
Chapman's many friends and acquaint
ances. They will immediately begin to
keep house, making their home at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Nash on
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer are being show
ered with congratulations by their
many friends in Ocala. This paper
joins their other friends in extending
to the young couple its heartiest con
gratulations and best wishes for a long
and happy married career.
A SURPRISE MUSICALE
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Y. Miller at 58 South 10th street, quite
a number of young ladies appeared at
7 o'clock last evening, they havin
learned that it was Mr. Miller's 52nd
anniversary and knowing how fond
the old people were of music. They
took possession of the parlor, where
Miss Lillie Bailey led on her violin, as
sisted by Miss Maud Mcintosh on the
new Cornish piano that Mr. Miller rTad
received just a; few weeks ago. Mr
and Mrs. Millet-always prepared for a
surprise of this kind, at the hour of
10 o'clock, when the young people in
; tended to return to their home, sur
prised them tjy inviting them into the
dining room, where lemonade, fruits
and different kinds of cake was serv
ed. This over the young people re returned
turned returned again to the parlor and enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed another, hour of good music. All
had a pleasant time but no one enjoy
ed the evening more than Mr. and Mrs.
Miller. Those present were. Misses
Lillie Bailey, Maud Mcintosh, May Mc Mcintosh,
intosh, Mcintosh, Ansbied Lingstrom, Verlie Mat
lock, Mamie Johnson, Mrs. M. B. Reed,
Mr. and Mrs. Julius H. Miller and their
two sons, Herbert and Erwin, Master
Charles Frederick Newbern. Mr. and
Mrs. Miller trust these young lady
musicans will return soon.
DIXXER FOR THE VETERANS
WAS A GRAND SUCCESS
At the stroke of twelve the veterans
marched to the armory, headed by
Gen. II. W. Long bearing the flag that
was presented to them by their de
parted comrade, Mr. D. A. Miller. As
they marched through the door the
Daughters sang "Dixie." It was an
impressive sight all those old sol
diers in line with the flag at the head,
and the sweet voices of the ladies
and the Children1 of the Confederacy
singing "Dixie." The song was re
peated by request. Many of the old
soldiers were completely overcome by
the present scene and the recollec recollections
tions recollections of the past.
There was one long table and four
smaller ones, all laden with every-
thing;.that was good to eat, and beau beautifully
tifully beautifully decorated with flowers. The
children assisted the Daughters in en
tertaining the veterans. Mr. J. R.
Moorhead donated some very fine mel
ons of the Tom Watson variety and
many !of the veterans asked to have
the seed saved for planting next year.
Mr. W. E. McDonald brought in a bug-
y load of cantaloupes and watermel
ons and presented them to the Daugh
ters, which they highly appreciated.
Mrs. R' G. Blake, acting president of
the chapter, made a talk in which she
reminded the veterans that the time
will soon be out for receiving the
cross of honor and urged them to ap
ply for one at once before it is too
late. They all expressed themselves
as having enjoyed a most sumptuous
dinner and a social reunion that will
long be remembered. There were sixty
of the veterans present.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
The second floor of the Bell apart apartment
ment apartment house on Fort King avenue is
for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the
COUNCIL HAD NO QUORUM
There was no meeting of the council
last night. On account of sickness and
absence from the city there was not a
quorum present. The meeting was ad adjourned
journed adjourned till Thursday night at S
HUNDREDS AT THE SPRINGS
At least 300 people went out to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs yesterday" and spent the
day there and on the run.
RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE
I have several choice residence lots,
fronting on the Anthony hard road,
south of Mr. E. C. Smith's residence,
50x173 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.
Pearl Brown, colored, severely cut up
another negro- woman, Ella Walker,
last night, in the western part of the
city. She cut her victim in half a doz dozen
en dozen places, one stab under the shoulder
blade being very serious.
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I I I UUIILII UUUUHHLIIULU
If you want a Merry Widow, see
Mr. and Mrs. li A. Burnett came up
from Tampa Saturday to visit Mrs.
Burnett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
One of Oeala's clever young men will
lead one of its prettiest girls to the
altar before many more days.
Mr. C. H. Dame has returned from a
trip to Pablo Beach and Mayport,
where he organized prosperous camps
Mr. John T. Lewis of Moss Bluff, was
in town today. Mr. Lewis went to
Tallahassee, where he will appear be before
fore before the pardon board tomorrow in the
interest of several prisoners.
Mr. M. S. Slaughter of Terrell and
Mr. F. J. Kennard of Tampa are guests
of the Ocala House.
Mr. Charles Brabham of the Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon Advocate, spent the fourth in this
The fire this afternoon at 3 o'clock
was in the roof "of a cottage occupied
by Henry Gillen, colored, in the 4th
ward. The damage amounted to about
Messrs. R. H. Connell of Arcadia and
G. K; Keeney of Anthony, were pleas pleasant
ant pleasant callers at this office today. Mr.
Connell is an Anthony boy and is home
for a few days' visit.
Mr. W. C. Black, one of Weirsdale's
citizens. Was in town today and paid
us a pleasant call.
WANTED A stenographer. Will
have to begin upon small salary. Ac Accurate
curate Accurate work, not speed, required. Must
be good at figures. Will have to as assist
sist assist with books but not necessary to be
a bookkeeper. State age, qualifications
and references. P. O. Box 604, Ocala.
Messrs. A. C. Boone and H. E. Tal Tal-ton,
ton, Tal-ton, two of Anthony's prosperous farm farmers,
ers, farmers, were in town yesterday.
Mr. J.. H. Taylor has commenced
work on his summer home on North
Lake Weir. The cottage will be a very
pretty one, and is especially well lo located.
cated. located. Miss Jessie Wilson, after a pleasant
visit to her friends in Ocala, returned
today to her home at Reddick.
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge, an expert painter
and decorator, who spent some months
in Ocala three or four years ago, has
returned to the cits' and, may locate
Mr. Clifford Peabody has returned
from his visit to Sanford.
Mr. E. R. Hutchlns of Eustis, a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, who was with the Court Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy for some time two years ago, is
in the city for the week.
Mr. Phil Robinson is relieving Mr.
Otto Lohrig at the postoffice for a few
Mr. John R. Dewey, after some days
of sickness, is again at his place of
Paul Wolff spent the 4th at Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg and said that pretty town had a
Any lady who bakes good bread, and
who would like to bake two large
loaves a week for a good purpose can
secure the contract by calling on Dr.
W. D. Eminisor was fined $75 in
Justice Lyles court yesterday for
cruelty to animals. He killed one of
m : i i ; a i
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The King's Daughters will meet to- Jw
morrow morning at 10 o'clock in the
Mrs. B. Goldman and children will
leave Sunday for Savannah, where they
Will spend the summer.
Mrs. Ernest Smith arrived today
from Hampton, for a few days visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Miss Frances W. Tarver leaves to
night for Atlanta to visit friends in
that city and other nearby points for
two or three months. Her father, Mr.
J. V. Tarver, will accompany her as
far as Jacksonville.
Mr. Bruce Meffert is having the trip
of his life. He left Ocala a few days
ago and met his friend,' Mr. F. M.
Leonard at Valdosta, Ga., From there
they started out with Mr. Leonard's
Regal automobile for a long trip. Their
first run was to Atlanta, which they
reached in the afternoon after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant ride the two men taking turns
about at the steering wheel. The only
mishap was one puncture. From At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta they will go to Roanoke, Va., and
stop there a few days. Thence to New
York and another stop. New York to
Boston and stay over. From there they
will take Mr. Leonard's motor boat
and go up into Canada, later on to De Detroit
troit Detroit and then to Mr. Meffert's former
home in Buchanon, Mich. Mr. Meffert
naturally anticipates the grandest trip
of his life, and the conditions and
itinerary are most auspicious for such
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guaranteed to be the best.
SUCCESSOR to MARTIN & CARN
Remember tfce Game Between the
Oeala and GaiaeaTllle Elk
There will be a game of baseball n
Thursday afternoon, be it remembered,
between the Ocala and Gainesville
Elks. Every one is supposed' to be
The Brooksville team failed to show
up yesterday, greatly to the disap disappointment
pointment disappointment of the fans. The Star had
what It believed to be reliable Infor Information,
mation, Information, about the coming of this nine,
but it seems to have been an error.
SUDDENLY WILL CEASE
The Band Coacerta UaJeaa 'the Pablle
Camea Aeroaa Next Coaeert
' The Metropolitan Band will give its
usual concert Friday night at the band
stand. In this connection we would
remind the citizens that they are not
buying those season tickets so that
you could notice It. This is a necessary
adjunct to concerts. The concerts will
suddenly cease if a reasonable fund
is not provided. We have covered the
ground and explained the matter very
thoroughly before. The pickets are
$2.50 each. The "members of the band
have not the time nor the desire to
run you down and collect these sums
and they are not being voluntarily
CAME TO A SUDDEN CLOSE
Auto Races on the Fourth Ended by an
There was a good attendance at the
fair grounds yesterday and fair pros prospects
pects prospects for some fine races, but an acci accident
dent accident in the seventeenth mile of the
first one brought everything to a stop.
There were three entries W. V. New New-som
som New-som of Ocala in a Buick, L. C. McCray
of Gainesville, also in a Buick and R.
D. Medlin of Gainesville in an E. "M. F.
The E. M. F. had a blow-out in the
eighth mile and quit the race. Com Coming
ing Coming around the curve at the northwest
end of the track in the seventeenth
mile, Newsom, in attempting to pass
McCray, was crowded into the fence.
The car was badly damaged and Fran Francis
cis Francis Webber, Newsom's mechanician,
sustained a broken rib from the force
of his headlong plunge from the car.
Mr. McCray at once stopped his car.
Claude Haycraft acted as judge. The
gate money was divided between New Newsom
som Newsom and McCray.
A NARROW ESCAPE
-A serious and probably fatal-accident
yesterday was only averted by the
presence of mind and bravery of Mrs.
Mrs. Fox, late in' the afternoon, was
guiding Mr. F.-W. Ditto's auto!, on its
homeward way out Oklawaha avenue.
In "the car with her were her sister,
Mrs. Ditto, Frank Ditto, Jr., Mrs. De De-Vane
Vane De-Vane and little Luyvee Shoeflin. When
in front of the Oklawaha Inn, they met
a boy on a bicycle. This youngster,
who should never try to ride anything
but a mule on a country road, disre disregarded
garded disregarded the law of the road and all
common sense, and steered his bikei
right into the auto. Mrs. Fox had al already
ready already turned the car as far as she
could to keep in the road. .Seeing that
the boy was going to run right under
tne wheels of the machine, she turned
it still further to the right, put on pow power
er power and drove the car across the side sidewalk
walk sidewalk into the rough ground beyond.
-The bicycle and its rider were, struck
glancing blow and fell, but neither
was much hurt. The car struck the
coping or the sjdewaiK hard enough to
break it, but none of the occupants
were hurt. They were badly shaken
up, and frightened much more on ac account
count account of the bicycle rider than them
Mrs. Fox has only been driving a car
a few weeks. She did the only thing
that could save the blunderhead s life
without throwing away her own and
those of her companions, for. the car
turned out at a ticklish place, and just
a little more one way or another might
have turned over and killed or badly
injured everyone in it. Barney Oldfield
couldn't have acted with more skill
The Ocala Rifles held a medal drill
Monday night. The drill was spirited
and close, but the medal went to Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant Booher, who held it the previous
DELIGHTFUL END TO THE DAY
Several hundred people wound up our
safe and sane fourth by a visit to the
Air Dome last evening. The subjects
were all good, and the one with snow snow-clad
clad snow-clad landscapes in it was particularly
We haven't the program for tonight,
but will go to see it and advise all of
you to follow our shining example.
SEE THE CORONATION
The Air Dome will have the corona coronation
tion coronation of King George (Friday night, and
don't let it escape your memory.
Mrs. Guy W. Toph and litil? sn.
Guy, Jr., left today for Daytona Beach,
where Mr. Toph, daughter Dorothy and
Master Raymond Toph have been for
the past ten days. They expect to take
a cottage and remain for at least a
month longer at the beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Felder Lang of Miami,
are In the city visiting their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Louis
Lang. Mr. Lang is always a welcome
visitor in Ocala. Ke resided, for a short
time in this city and for many years in
the eastern part of the county, where
he operated a naval stores location.
Mr. Lang says the growth and develop
ment of the Miami section is marvel
ous and Its future is most rosy. Mr.
Lang has a beautiful estate on the Mi
ami river, two miles from the heart
of the city, and erjoys life there to Its
Mrs. Sage of Tampa is here for a few
weeks visit to her son, Mr. C. K. Sage.
Miss Hope Robinson is visiting with
friends in Gainesville.
Mrs. Frank E. Harris, and daughter.
Mrs. Harvey Clark and Mrs. Clark's
little son left today for Daytona Beach.
The little boy hasn't been well and
they hope the ocean air will restore iL
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HOW WE TREAT THEM. MAKE OUR BANK YOUR HOME.
JOHN L. EDWARDS, Prea.
- H. Dw STOKES, Caahler.
A NEW ENGINE
A Handaome, Up-to-Date Locomotive
for the O. St S. W. Railway
The 'Ocala" & Southwestern Railway
has received a handsome new Baldwin
locomotive. It is one of the very latest
machines and equipped with all the
up-to-date devices. Mr. W.W Condon,
the general manager, is very proud of
the new engine.
The business done by this road has
been heavy, far larger than the stock
holders could have hoped for, and there
are few roads in the county that have
handled a greater number of solid car carloads
loads carloads than the O. & S. W. has.
OCALA FIRM SECURES
A VALUABLE CONTRACT
Messrs. Akin and Bennett of the
Ocala Plumbing and Electric Company,
have secured the contract to do all the
work in their line, in the palatial lodge
that Mr. Hulburd of Chicago is having
built at Heather Island. s
The plumbing, fitting, etc., will be of
the very best and the bill will foot up
into the thousands. The Star ; will
guarantee that this firm will do the
work right up to now.
AIRY AND AMUSING
SUBJECTS THIS EVENING
The Temple will have three bright
comedy sketches this evening, and you
will miss 'about three dozen good
laughs if you don't see them. Program
Don't forget the continuous perform performance
ance performance tomorrow afternoon and evening.
Go if you can, and be sure to send the
kiddies in the afternoon.
L. H. VAN ENGELKEN, M. D.
Old Postoffice BalldlBK, Room 4
Washington, July 5. Showers to tonight
night tonight or Thursday, moderate east and
CROWDED OUT TODAY
Pressure of other matter compels us
to leave out "The House of the Whisp Whispering
ering Whispering Pines" today. (
WATERMAN HEARING NEXT WEEK
County Judge Joseph Bell. has set
the hearing of Louis Waterman,
charged with the murder of Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Higgins ten days ago, for
next Tuesday, July 11th. There Is only
circumstantial evidence against Mr.
Waterman, so far as we know.
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
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.
Sold by all druggists.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
A VILLAGE FLIRT
AN EXCEPTION TO THE RULE
WHEN A MAN'S SINGLE
ADMISSIOIM O AND 5G.
CLARENCE CAMP. Vice
COMMENCE TO CLOSE
Thnraday Half Holldaya Will
for the Summer Temarraw
Commencing tomorrow, Thursday
afternoon, all of the merchants of that
city who can do so will begin dosing
their places of business at 2 o'clock in
the afternoon and will keep up th
practice for the next three months.
DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
OFFICES OP THE NEW FOLK
. Messrs. Moorhead & Oldfield. the civil;
engineers, have leased the beautiful
suite of offices in; the Law. Library;
building recently vacated by the Ocala:
Northern Railway. '
LET THEM OFF LIGHTLY
Assistant Recorder j H. M. Hampton
had about twenty drunks to dispose of
this morning as a result of the fourth
of July festivities. Most of them-were
fined $2 and costs, as the recorder told
them It cost about that much to get
drunk. ? : ' V .,V:'
WOLO.IST KNOCKED OUT MORAM
San Francisco, July 5. The measur measured
ed measured swing of Referee Welch's arm, toll tolling
ing tolling off the fatal ten seconds over the
writhing and unconscious body of Owen
Moran, of England, counted a victory
for Ad Wolgast In the thirteenth
round of yesterday's international bat battle
tle battle for the lightweight, championship. ..
It was a clean knockout and the de decisive
cisive decisive victory was earned by the rug rugged
ged rugged strength and terrific -punishing
power of the champion.
There are Two Kinds of Chill Tonic
PLANK'S AND OTHERS
THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA. TO
CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PBR BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
When you are happy drink FLEZOL. .,
When you are dry drink PLEZOL.
When you look for prosperity drink
POUND SALE OF CATTLE
Two head of cattle are to oe sold at'
the city pound on the 6th of July at
11:30. One marked crop split in one
ear and hole in the other ear, branded
E; one marked crop in one ear and hole
In the other. ear, branded W J.'
R. I Carter, Marshal.
Jk'OTICE OK APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed Uader Seetlaa 8 mt Chapter
4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that R. A.
Kelsey, purchaser of tax tertlflcate No.
711 datfil thp 7th dav of June. A. D.
1903, has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol following
lowing following described property situated in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit: Com at
ne cor of lot 1, blk 1. South Lake Weir,
sec 29, tp 17 js, r 24 e. thence west IS
ft, 9 170 feet, e 130 feet, n 17 ft. The
said land being assessed at the date of
the issuance of such certificate in the
name of colored Masonic Lodge. Un Unless
less Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
according to law. tax deed will issue
thereon on the 19th day of Jnly, A. D.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 10th day of June, A. D.
1911. S. T. Sis trunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Fla,
Under; and by rirtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of the
circuit court, in and for Marion coun county.
ty. county. Florida, dated the 30th day of Sep September.
tember. September. 1891, in a certain cause
wherein I. L. Mark is plaintiff and J J
X. Strobbar is defendant, I hare levied
on and will, on Monday, the 7th day
of August, 1911, the same being: a legal
mles day. and during the legal hoars
of sale, offer for sale at the west deor
of the court house, in Ocala, Florida,
and sell the same to the highest and
best bidder for cash the following de described
scribed described real estate in Marlon county.
Florida, to-wit: The e of lot 7. sec
5, tp 17 s, r 24 e.
Sold to satisfy said execution and
all costs J. P. Galloway.
. Sheriff of Marion County, Fla,
TOE OQAINOL CO.
WE WANT YOUR
TJATE can make it an inducement for you
7 rae wh us. We are not doing a
'''' cut price business, but a legitimate,
Cash Grocery Business, and are selling as cheap
as first class groceries can be sold. .
Courteous treatment, full weights and meas measures,
ures, measures, prompt delivery is assured you. .
We give chinaware Free, save your cash tick tickets
ets tickets and see what they will bring you. .
J. C. GEIGER, Manager.
Ur. Fanner: Dasn't a poor piece of Hardware often cost
yon four times the price of it because you had to lose a whole
lot of time coming to town to get another?
Coy your Hardware from us and you will save many
needless, expensive trips, and many dollars on repairs.
We sell the best Hardware, because it pays us to sell, and
yon to buy, the best.
Enrollment past session of the two institutions, over 800 studenis in the various departments.
69th Sfnnifwi begins Sept. 12. 1311. For catalosxie. illustrations and general information, adtiress
COX COLLEGE AND CONSERVATORY. CoIlele'Park, Ga.
North A v. and Ptachtree St., Atlanta. Ca. Boardinsr and Day School for girls and young
ladies. Boarding department strictly limited to insure refined home life. Clashes divided into
mall sections to secure personal instruction. Faculty of e:phten specialists. Conservatory
advantages in Music. Art. Expression. Certificate admits to Vassar. We lt-sley. Randolph-
etC Tnirty-fourtn session Begins aepiemotT n, x?li. vyaiaioue on apimcaiion.
L. D. SCOTT, EMMA
fOR Stomach Tnouaue ana wnstiptioh
Delightfully Bituated in a beautiful suburb of Atlanta.
wiJi most invigorating climate. Cox College
and Conservatory oilers many advantages to
students from ail parts of America. College
professors from leading' American and
European universities maintain broad
courses of study and hijh standards.
The union of Cox College Conserva Conservatory
tory Conservatory and the Atlanta Conservatory
afTonls the strongest Conservatory
faculty, with tl:e lanrest and most
efHcient equipment in the South.
B. SCCTT, Principals.
For Bamachc KiwcnMioBuwca
OGAXA 12VJBHLNG STAB, VnZBSESDAX JULY 8, lOll!
I I ill i
COY FEDERATE VETERANS
Had a Good Meetlagr and a Fiae Dla Dla-ner
ner Dla-ner In Oeala oa the Fourth
The Confederate Veterans had a big
meeting on the Fourth of July in this
city. The following
Alfred Ayer, Montholon Atkinson, J.
H. Billingsley, J. W. Bray, A. M.
Browning, J. L. Beck, M. T. W. Chris Christian,
tian, Christian, W. D. Eminisor, R. J. Evans, W.
J. Folks, P. I. Freyermuth, L. M. Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, Frank Harris, "W. J. Jlogan, D.
II. Irvine, R. A. Kelsey. H. N. Kno Kno-block,
block, Kno-block, H. W, Long, Frank Lytle, Fel Fel-der
der Fel-der Lang, J. H. Livingston, J. H. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, H. C. Martin, Z. A. McClaren, W.
E. McGahagin, B. W. McDonald, C. H.
Norris, J. W. Nance. C. C. Priest,
James Sims, C. C. Stevens, Joseph Shu Shu-ford,
ford, Shu-ford, L M. Raysor, F. J. Titcomb,
Adam C. White, A. H. Yongue.
Comrade Graham made his final re report
port report on tombstones, showing that he
had- paid $1.50 freight on same, for
which he was reimbursed by the camp.
Comrade B. I. Freyermuth gave a
sketch of his war experiences, which
was greatly enjoyed. j
On motion J. H. Livingston was
elected adjutant Of the camp, vice D.
A. Miller, deaceased.
Comade Livingston stated that no
place had been designated for holding
the brigade encampment.
Comrade Folks favored separate
meetings for the state and brigade or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. After considerable discussion no se selection
lection selection of a place for meeting of the
second brigade was recommended.
The following tribute to the mem memory
ory memory of the late George M. Hubbard,
commandant of the camp, was sub submitted:
mitted: submitted: 1
Death of Oeorjre M. Hubbard
Marion Camp, Not 56, Confederate
Veterans, is again called upon to
mourn the death of One of its mem members.
bers. members. Major George M. Hubbard died at
the home of his daughter, Mrsl Neil
M. Allred, at Globe. Arizona, on Mon
day, June 12th, 1911. He was in fail failing
ing failing health when he left Ocala for his
new home, and In February suffered a
stroke of paralysis, and lingered on
until the Great Captain called him to
answer the roll call in the great be beyond.
yond. beyond. Comrade Hubbard was born in Eu, Eu,-taw,
taw, Eu,-taw, Ala., May 21st, 1845. In 1862 he
enlisted in the 7th Alabama regiment,
and served throughout the civil war
under General Bedford Forrest, whom
General Dick Taylor pronounced the
greatest cavalry commander of mod modern
ern modern times. The dauntless Mosby, a
contemporary general, says that it was
owing to the metal of the soldiers un under
der under him that made it possible for him
to win such imperishable glory.
At the close of the war Comrade
Hubbard was mustered out of the ser service
vice service a captain of cavalry, he being but
19 years old, and it is enough to say
that he won praise from his intrepid
commander. None but the brave could
have exacted this praise.
After the cessation of hostilities he
lived for a time in Mississippi. He
moved to Florida In December, 1876,
locating at Leesburg. He engaged In
various pursuits and while in Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg bought some phosphate proper property
ty property in Marion county, which necessi necessitated
tated necessitated his moving to Ocala and he re resided
sided resided here until he moved to Arizona.
While here he joined this camp and
was elected its commander. We re remember
member remember with pride how active he was
in Its affairs, and under his adminis administration
tration administration It increased in efficiency and
After going to Globe, Arizona, Com Comrade
rade Comrade Hubbard attempted to organize
a veterans camp in that far-away
land, but as there were so few of the
veterans there his efforts ended only
in an informal organization.
Comrade Hubbard expressed a de desire
sire desire for his body to be buried in the
cemetery in Ocala. under the direc direction
tion direction of this camp, and it is a matter
of sincere sorrow on the part of his
family that it was impossible to carry
out his wishes. His last thoughts
were of us.
It may be interesting to us to know
that his body lies buried in the G. A.
R. plot in the cemetery at Globe Ari Arizona,
zona, Arizona, it being the special request from
the comrades of that post that this
honor should be accorded them, as our
deceased friend and comrade was held
In such high esteem by them. His
son-in-law writes that he believes
that the camp here will be pleased to
know of this, as It is an incident-!
pointing to the fact that the war Is
over, and that the dust of those who
so bravely fought its battles now
mingle in the same soil and Test to together
gether together in peace.,
The deceased leaves a widow, Mrs.
Nellie Herndon Hubbard, i a son. Mr.
uucien M. Hubbard of Pueblo, CoL,
and a daughter, Mrs. Neil M. 5Allred,
LEADERS OF THE WORLD
AND THE AMBEROIA IS THE
LEADER OF THE EDISON LINE
It is the most perfect instrument
mechanically as well as the t most
handsomely appointed that has ever
left the Edison lactory. We are pleas pleased
ed pleased to show them.
LARGEST STOCK OF EDISON
RECORDS IN THE STATE
A. E. Burnett
MERCHANTS BLOCK. OCALA, FLA
use oro ic
It is the Best by
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.,
Think of her at attempting
tempting attempting to make
ice cream in the
she can make the
most delicious ice cream in ten minutes,
freezing and all, at a cost of about one
cent a dish aadn erer go near the stove.
Your grocer will tell you all about
it, or yon can get a book from the
Genesee Pare Food Co. Le Eoy, N.Y.,
if yo;i will write them.
Grocers sell Jell-O lee Cream Pow Powder,
der, Powder, two package for 25 cents.
of Globe, Ariz., the members of this
camp and a host of friends to mourn
Resblved, That the above biograph biographical
ical biographical sketch1 be spread upon the his historical
torical historical record book of this camp, cop copies
ies copies be sent to the local newspapers for
publication, and copies to the family
of the deceased. r' '
IL W. Long,
T. D. Lancaster, -r.
. Comrade H. W. Long, chairman of
the memorial .'committee, stated that
he had prepared a biographical
sketch of the late Comrade D. A. Milt
ler and that same would be submitted
to. the next meeting of the camp.
Comrade Wayne McDonald recited
his war experiences, and introduced
Mr. Felder Lang of Miami, who was
his lieutenant during the war, who"ln
turn related some very interesting
and amusing reminiscences.
. The following resolution was '. sub
mitted and adopted:
To the Veterans and Members of Ma Marion
rion Marion Camp, No. 56, U. C. V.;
Comrades Tour committee, to whom
you referred the amendment of sec section
tion section 2 ot article 8, of our constitution,
so as to change our dues from 10
cents per month, or, 1 per annum,
when paid in advance, to .. 5 cents per
month, or 50 cents per annum, when
paid in advance, have had' the same
under consideration, and after due de deliberation,
liberation, deliberation, recommend that the amend amendment
ment amendment of the aforesaid section and ar article
ticle article of our constitution be adopted,
which, from the expressions from
members on the floor at our ? last
monthly meeting, se.emed to be the
wish of ; the camp as then and there
H. W. Long.
Comrade Folks said that he was
agent for a marble works firm, and 'if
a monument is to be erected to the
women he would gladly donate his
commission to the same.
Comrade Long gave notice- that at
the next meeting he would move to
strike from the rolls all who had : not
Daid their assessment.
Commander Martin arose land in a
very chaste and patriotic speech an announced
nounced announced that Dickison Chapter U. D.
C. had prepared a dinner for the camp
in the armory building, and that they
would march over in a body to par
take of their geenerous hospitality.
Upon arriving at the armory they
were formally received by a commit committee
tee committee of the Daughters, and seated to a
most bountiful and splendidly prepar
It was pronounced by all present to
have excelled all previous efforts.
At the conclusion .of the feast CoL
John M. Martin, commander of the
camp, extended the thanks of the vet
erans for" the sumptuous repast, and
took occasion to compliment the
Daughters of the Confederacy, and his
remarks were enthusiastically ap
Mrs. J. Wesley Stevens recited with
fine effect a war story, and while the
meal was in progress Mrs. Sanders
gave several patriotic selections on
the piano, and as a finale Comrade R.
J. Evans of Candler gave some violin
selections, and Mrs. Sanders played
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
ters. 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.
Frederick Moore, ex-coxswain of the
Scotland lifeboat, who has just died,
helped to save ISO lives and had many
narrow escapes from death.
When the bowels feel uncomforta
ble and you miss the exhileratlng feel
ing that always follow? a copious
morning operation, a dose of HEBIXE HEBIXE-will
will HEBIXE-will set you right in a couple of hours..
If taken at bedtime you get its bene
ficial effect after breakfast next day.
Price 50c Sold by all druggists.
William Richardson, who represents
the eighth Alabama district In Con
gress, was once condemned to death as
a spy in the Confederate service.
jTEOI ,msm : ?.
: W. F.'ELESCII, Proprietor.:
Business Men's FaTortte Place Rac
ened bj a Veteran.
CALL AND SEE Hill
NOTICE OP APPLICATION
FOR, LBTTEHS rATEHT
MnU. la h.r.hv vlnn that WJ. th
undersigned, four weeks after the first.-:
publication of this notice, will apply to to-the
the to-the 'Governor of the state of Florida
for letters patent to issue unaer w w-following
following w-following proposed charter.
LHAKLlUH KHtiinAUbit. V
COPY OF PROPOSED CIIARTBR OT
RIIEIMAlER COMPAS V
We. the undersienedl hereby asso-V
elate ourselves together for the pur-
nose of becoming incorporated unaer
the laws of the state 'Of Florida aDDliC-
able to corporations for profit.
, ARTICLE I.
The name of the comoratlon shall be
Rheinauer & Company and its princi principal
pal principal place of business shall be in Ocala.
Marion 'county. Florida, but it may as-
tabilsh offices and agencies in any otn-
er place or places in or out of the state
. ARTICLE 11.
The sreneral nature of the business ;
to be transacted by this corporation Is:
To conduct a general mercaauta
business; to buy and sell all kinds of
personal property and real estate; s to
use, operate and employ : all kinds of
tieraonal nronertv and real estate: to
own, operate and control all kinds of
manufacturing enterprises; 10 acquire
by purchase or otherwise all kinds of
patent rights ; and copyrights; to buy
ont soil all lrlnila nf maphlnarr and
mechanical appliances; to buy and sell
stock in and securities' ot oiner cor cor-rvorations:
rvorations: cor-rvorations: to act as agent far other
corporations, firms or persons' In the r
sale ana purchase or real ,ee itno
securities and other kinds of personal
nronertv: to act as agent for all Kinas
of insurance companies; to engage In
any kind of farming or horticulture:
to transact any of the businesses above
opecifled in any part or tne unitaa
States and in foreign countries, and In
transacting the businesses above speci specified
fied specified to borrow or lend money to receive r
and execute all. kinds of securities
therefor and to transact any ana Mil
business,' and to do all things which
may be necessary to effectuate the ob
jects above specified. ,
. ARTICLE III.
The amount of the capital' stock of y
this corporation shall be seventy-live
thousand ($75,000) dollars, divided Into
seventy-five shares of the par value of
one thousand (11,000) dollars each, ail
of which capital' stock shall be pay-,
ble in- property, at a just valuation to
be fixed by the directors at a meetins
called for that jpurpose.
i ARTICLE IV.
The term for which this corporation
shall exist 1? ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE V. r
The business of this corporation
shall be conducted by a president, vice
president-andr secretary and treasurer;
and by a board of directors consisting;,
of not less than three nor more thau
five persons, which board of directors
snail be elected at the annual meeting
of the stockholders to be held on the
second Tuesday in March. A. D. lflJ.
and annually thereafter. The presi president,
dent, president, vice president, secretary and
treasurer shall be elected by the boara:
of directors and any two of such of
nces may oe neia or me same oerson
except the office of president and vlee
president. The following- named offic officers
ers officers shall conduct the business of this
corporation until those elected at ttao
first annual meeting shall auallfr.
namely: Charles Rheinauer. president
vice president and secretary, and
Charles Rheinauer. Benjamin Rhein Rheinauer
auer Rheinauer and Gustave Rheinauer. directors.
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at any
time subject itself Is seventy-fire thou thousand
sand thousand $(75,000) dollars.
ARTICLE VII. V
The names and places of residence of
the subscribers, together with the
amount of capital stock subscribed for
by each is: ...
- Charles Rheinauer, Ocala. Florid.
Benjamin Rheinauer, Ocala, Florida,
Gustave Rheinauer, New York, T
State of Florida. '.
County of Marlon. :
On this day personally came before ".
wv. v H i ri r . i
Rheinauer. two of the Individuals who
signed, the foregoing proposed .charter,
and each acknowledged to me that ho -signed
the said proposed charter of
X? hsitrio ii a a? pAmna m r n n 4 m KaolKil
s urs ut- wviuyau oiiu m u wav m wsji4
for the shares set opposite his nam,
for the uses and purposes therein set
forth and expressed.
My commission expires on the XSth
day of October. A. f ltl4.
Witness my hand and official seal at
Oeaja. Florida, this the 27th day of
A. E. Gerig. Notary Public
State of New York,
Borough of Manhattan.
On this day personally came before
me Gustave Rheinauer, one of the In Individuals,
dividuals, Individuals, who signed the foregolns;
proposed charter and acknowledged to
me that he signed the said proposed
charter of Rheinauer e Company and
su bscribed for -the shares set opposite
his name, for the uses and purposes
therein set forth and expressed.
My commission expires on the 39th
day of March. A. D. 1913. I
Witness my hand and official seal
this the 16th day of June, A, D. If IL
Reg. No. 3023, Notary Public N. T. Co.