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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911
m. 32.

EVENING

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-.
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goods to select your suit, trousers or
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The Tailor,
OCALA. ;: FLORIDA.
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i 1 AND CONTRACTOR
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veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
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Upon Request.
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Graphic and Poetic Descrlpttoa by a
Germaa Lady -of Silver Spring;, the
Ran aad the Oklawaha River
Dr. Van Engelken is in receipt of a
copy of the Berlin (Germany) Tage Tage-blatt
blatt Tage-blatt of March 28, 1911, in which Her Her-mlone
mlone Her-mlone von Preuschen. one of the lead leading
ing leading artists of the day, writes an en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic account of her Oklawaha
river trip. The translated account is
as follows:
The wonder of Florida; yes, the
wonder of the whole world! One glides
for a hundred miles on a river so nar narrow
row narrow that the trees and flowers of both
shores touch the high, narrow steam
boat Hiawatha. One gazes upon a daz
zling tropical vegetation with an al-
ligatornow and then, sliding from his
log and hastily retiring to the back
ground when frightened by the noise.
America is truly a country of surprises.
I might have suspected such scenery
in Siam or Java, but never in Florida.
Indeed the Hart Line well repays one
for the expense the trip may entail,
for is not the tourist greeted with the
most fascinating, fairylike sxenery .of
the world!
Here along the Oklawaha was the
last battleground of the brave Osceola,
the last of the Seminole chiefs. With
the exception of three or four orange
groves there is scarcely any civiliza civilization
tion civilization along the banks of the river. In
fact it might almost merit the name of
a genuine forest primeval. Strange,
picturesque birds of beautiful plumage,
arise from the branches of the trees as
the boat goes by, lending enchantment
to the scene.
Silver Springs, however, is the great
est wonder of all. It is a large basin
of cold springs which feed the Okla
waha and its water is so clear and
transparent that in a depth of 85 feet,
one can distinguish the smallest ob
ject at the bottom. The basin is real
ly a huge crevice, originated, it is said.
as a result of the Charleston earth earthquake.
quake. earthquake. Turtles and fish move about
in the crystal waters and from small
glass-bottomed boats one can see the
life beneath, exquisite in its varied
hues and tints. Everything shimmers
In an opal light, and one is prone to
believe that this is the famous foun fountain
tain fountain of youth for which Ponce de Leon
searched. He must have discovered It
at this place of wonder.
We note the beautiful transparency
of the water as we glide along the
shores for a distance of nine miles
from the springs. Then all of a sud sudden
den sudden the black waters of the Oklawaha
again surround the boat, the meeting j
place of these two waters forming a
well defined line. The name Oklawaha
signifies o the Indian "dark and wind
ing water." The river winds its way way-like
like way-like a snake through the fantastic
world. How beautiful the gigantic cy cypress
press cypress trees appear, covered with Span
ish moss, which lends then a silvery
sheen in the glow of the late after afternoon
noon afternoon sun. Below grow rhododendron
and laurel in all their beauty, together
with the holly. The maples are clad in
the first fiery red leaves of spring.
Both shores look like one shining mass
of lotus and water plants, with white
lily blossoms in between. We count
the alligators and altogether see more
than a dozen. In former years there
were many more along these banks.
The famous '-cypress gate,'' consist consisting
ing consisting of one tree on each bank with
stems joining above, is also a thing
of the past. The largest of these trees
have already been felled, but neverthe nevertheless,
less, nevertheless, it still looks so wonderful, that
one fears things can not remain long
in this undisturbed beauty. No doubt
within a decade, quarters to accom-r
modate tourists from all over the
world will be found necessary. The
acme of Florida's beauty and her soul
is the Oklawaha.
As the sun sinks lower, we note en enchanting
chanting enchanting exquisite effects. Behind the
trees, garlanded with moss, the red
sky may be seen. Presently the tints
fade away, the stars appear, becom becoming
ing becoming brighter every moment, and my myriads
riads myriads of fire flies lighten up the scene.
Suddenly the whole shore is aglow
with a ruddy light. Above on the boat
torches are burning to guide the ship
in) the dark as it glides from one shore
to the other, brushing against trees
and bushes. One could easily break
off the branches were it not necessary
to shield the eyes from danger. We
hear a signal as a freight boat, hiah
and narrow like the Hiawatha, ap
proaches and by the light of a large
torch, the two steamers are enabled to
pass one another safely. And still the
charm Is unchanged. Tall palmettos
with gigantic leaves are reflected from
the dark. The faint scent of orange
blossoms, the odor of the swamps, the
shrill call of the birds a fawn looks
shyly from the dark. All the passeng
ers are asleep now, but I cannot break
away away from this fairy scenery.
Finally, however, I have to follow
them. It grows very chilly and I dread
the fever, for the malaria is prevalent
in these districts. But even in my
dreams I hear the call of the birds, and
the trees brush against my cabin win window
dow window with a mysterious rustle. I nev never4
er4 never4 remember of having slept more
soundly than during the course of this
night, rocked to sleep as it were by
the wonders.
At dawn the following morning we
were in the St. Johns river and the
mysteries of the "dark winding wa waters"
ters" waters" have disappeared from view, but
not from my memory. Surely the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha alone is worth a trip to Flo Flo-ida.
ida. Flo-ida. It is one of the enchanting won wonders
ders wonders of our earth.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

FACTS SPEAK LOUD LOUDER
ER LOUDER THAN WORDS
About fourteen years ago, there
being no means to even get a
check cashed, we organized
THE
MUNROE & HISS
BANK
Ocala, :: :: Florida

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 progressiveness its safety
its accommodating spirit is re recognized
cognized recognized on every side.
IT SOLICITS YOUR
BANKING ACCOUNT
COTTON PLANT
Cottpn Plant. July 6. Mrs. J.' L.
Beck, son Beecher and Mrs. Jane Hud Hud-gins
gins Hud-gins of Berlin spent several days with
friends here,
Brother M. M. Lord gave us a fine
sermon Sunday. There was quite a
crowd out to hear him.
Mis Beck and Mr. Joe Hudglns of
Berlin were down Sunday and spent
the day with Miss Carrie Barco.
Mr. Sam Barco and mother went to
Dunnellon Monday to attend a fish fry
given by Mrs. Barco's brother, Mr.
Niblack.
Mr. A. S. Harrom left Wednesday for
Croom to accept a position with L. C.
Bell.
Misses Vera and Wilma Veal of
Jacksonville are visiting their grand grandparents
parents grandparents at Martel.
Mrs. Bob Ferguson and son, Malcom
were visiting Mr and Mrs. J. S. Weath Weathers
ers Weathers the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Rivers and children attended
preaching here Sunday.
Misses Margaret Bell and Helen Veal
are visiting their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Barco.
Mrs. Mollie Smith of Martel spent
several weeks at Istachatta with Mrs.
W. E. Veal.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Seckinger and
children of Martel spent Sunday, with
Mrs. A. W. Woodward.
Mrs. D.' M. Barco is contemplating a
visit to her son, W. M. Barco at Has Hastings
tings Hastings soon.
Cotton Plant celebrated the glorious
iourtn in a lamny reunion, serving a
sumptuous dinner, ice cream and wa watermelons.
termelons. watermelons. Those present were Judge
C. R. Veal and family, A. W. Wood Woodward
ward Woodward and family, D. M. Barco and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson of Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant, Mrs, Pf. Veal of Martel,
Misses Vera and Wilma Veal of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Veal of
Istachatta, Mrs. L. C. Bell and child children
ren children of Croom and Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Reynolds and daughter of Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Veal and Mrs. Eell re returned
turned returned to their homes Wednesday
morning.
Mrs. M. L. Reynolds and daughter,
Lilian Ray, returned home with Mrs.
Veal to spend a week.
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 rhe,u rhe,u-matic
matic rhe,u-matic 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.
PEDRO
Pedro, July 6. Mrs. G. Lowell will
serve ice cream and cake Friday eve evening,
ning, evening, in hpnor of her sister, Mrs. J. U.
Lanier.
Mrs. P. B. Perry of Fruitvile is vis visiting
iting visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Perry. Mrs. Perry's friends are glad
to see the roses coming back to her
cheeks. She has been seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Daugherty of
Plant City are visiting the famil of
their father, Mr. R- E. Perry, a well well-known
known well-known farmer of Pedro
HAPPIEST GIRL IN 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 Tight
along. I am the proudest girl in Lin Lincoln
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II II IB

Official Report of the Proeeedlnga of
the July Meeting of the Board of
Public Instruction
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met in regular
session at its office in the court house
on Monday, July 3, 1911, with W. D.
Cam, chairman, J. S. Grantham, mem member,
ber, member, and J. H. Brinson, secretary, pres present.
ent. present. B. R. Blitch, member, was absent.
Mesrs. G. D. Turner and E. W. W.
Jordan, trustees of the Pine Level
school, called and discussed district
taxes. They requested the board to
help on the expense of putting down a
pump from county, funds. It was
agreed that the county would -pay one one-half
half one-half the cost of putting down the
pump, the expense to the county not
to exceed $40, the balance to be paid
by the district
Mr. Atkinson called with reference
to the building of the new school
house at Turner Farm and presented
bills of lumber and bids for hardware
and hauling and labor in erecting the
building. It was agreed that the board
would pay Mr. D. J. Atkinson $65 from
county funds to erect the house and
put the well in good order, he to have
the help needed from the patrons of
the school in doing the work.
Mr. J. W. Stevens, supervisor of In Indian
dian Indian Mound school, called and asked to
have salary of teacher increased from
$35 to $40 per month, stating that
there would be an attendance of
twenty-six for the coming term. Re Request
quest Request was granted.
More than a dozen citizens of the
Fairfield district appeared in the in interest'
terest' interest' of moving the school from the
present site to a point about one-half
mile west of the town of Fairfield on
the Ocala and Flemingtpn public road.
Prof. P. W. Green, as spokesman for
the delegation, laid before the board a
petition signed by a large number of
patrons asking for the proposed re removal
moval removal of the school and accompanied
the petition with a plat of the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding country showing where the
patrons lived. He reported upon a
meeting of the patrons that was held
in response to a call and which voted
for the proposed removal" by a vote of
14 to 5. They reported that there had
been a committee composed of Prof.
Green, Clark Yonge and D. D. Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, appointed to take into considera consideration
tion consideration the merits of available school
sites and the committee had unani unanimously
mously unanimously agreed upon the proposed site.
It was stated that the objections that
had been mentioned tQ the site select selected
ed selected were that it was too wet at times
for a schooj. lot and that of the school
were located at the proposed site it
would probably have a tendency to
draw pupils from the Oak Hill school,
the line of the Oak Hill district being
not more than three-fourths of a mile
from the proposed school site. These
objections were met and the situation
explained by those present in free
discussion. Hon. M. L. Payne addressed
the board upon the situation.
The request for the removal of the
school was followed by a request for
the building of a new modern and
commodious school house and in sup support
port support of this presented a subscription
list amounting to $303. They further
wanted a general strengthening of the
teaching force of the school, saying
that there would be a largely increas
ed attendance if such were the case. A
pledge of 47- pupils was presented with
me names or tne patrons and also a
list showing a probable attendance of
56. They requested two teachers and
a strong principal.
Board adjourned for noon.
Board met as per adjournment with
Messrs. Carn and Grantham as mem
bers present.
The Fairfield delegation appeared
again with Mr. R. H. Scott, trustee. He
objected to the proposed site upon the
ground that it was too low, but was
willing to move to a place that was
the second choice of the committee. He
asked that a committee from the board
be appointed to inspect the location,
saying that the trustees would show
tnem tne situation fully. The matter
was discussed freely by various parties
and the necessity for prompt action
was urged as they wanted the school
house ready for occupancy for the
coming term.
Upon motion of Mr. Qranthm, sec seconded
onded seconded by Mr. Carn and agreed to it
was ordered that the Fairfield school
site be changed from the present loca
tion to the one asked for in the peti
tlon and indicated on the plat present
ed.
The trustees came in and disc-uased
the selection of trustees for
the selection of teachers for the com
ing term.
The matter of the erection of a new
school building was taken up and it
was agreed that the county would give
$500 and the proceed? of the sale of the
old building and it was suggested tnat
the district appropriate $100 from dis
trict funds and that enough be raised
by private subscription to build a
house costing not less than $1000.
It was ordered that the secretary
write the mills at Fort McCoy and Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs for prices on lumber deliv delivered
ered delivered at Bay Lake for building the Tur Turner
ner Turner Farm school house and for the sec secretary
retary secretary to accept the most favorable of
fer. He was isstructed to write the
supervisor of the school that the pat patrons
rons patrons of the school would be expected
to do work on the school house with
Mr. Atkinson to the value of $J5.
Petition for establishment of negro
school at Candler was refused.
A request for the appointment of
Miss Frances G. Hale as teacher at Or-
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OCALA EVENING STAR,

FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911.

OGALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.

J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
AUTO DRIVERS SOT
THE WORST OFFENDERS

The Star had a little admonition
yesterday to auto and carriage driv drivers
ers drivers to be careful about turning cor corners,
ners, corners, and to observe the law of the
road.
There is a widespread but erroneous
opinion that auto drivers have less re regard
gard regard than anyone else for other peo people's
ple's people's rights on the roads and streets.
The great majority of autoists are
careful of their own and other peo people's
ple's people's lives, limbs and property, and
many an auto accident is the fault of
people who have nothing to do with
controlling the car.
Almost the worst offenders in our

PASCO COUNTY'S AID
TO HIGHWAY PROGRESS

Dade City. July 6. The county com commissioners
missioners commissioners yesterday by unanimous
vote granted the petition of 453 citi citizens
zens citizens of Pasco county establishing a
hard surface road from the northern
line of the' county to Trilby, to Dade
City, thence to Green, thence to Ze Ze-phyrhills.
phyrhills. Ze-phyrhills. thence to Crystal Springs
to connect with the Hillsborough hard
road via Knight's Station as agreed
on by the Hillsborough commission commissioners
ers commissioners last Monday.
This road will connect on the north northern
ern northern line of Pasco county with the pro proposed
posed proposed line of the national highway as
proposed by Sumter and Marion coun counties,
ties, counties, and through Sumter county this
road would pass two of the greatest
and grandest sights in America. The
national caves of Sumter county and
one of the very largest orange groves
in the United States and known as the
Monarch Grove.
Marion county is one of the finest

farming and phosphate counties in

the state, and the line proposed by
Marion leads through the very heart

of the finest farming lands and has

Temple

Theater
MOTION PICTURES
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
NIGHTLY.

c.vy re m already flfteen miles of macadamized
with bicycles They head their wheels I and perfectly

right at an auto, a team or a foot pas

senger, reckless of the result, and its
owing to the care of the much abused

automobilists that more than one of
the youngsters hasn't been killed long

ago.

Some of the useless studies In our

schools might be very well exchanged

straight and now in fine condition.

PLEASANT EVENT AT EASTLAKE

Dance and Milan Party Given by Mr.

and Mr. Newport

Among the particularly charming m-

for training boys how to ride bikes j dependence day affairs at this pretty

on the street. I lake resort above named, was, the

The next worst offenders are the ne- dance and old fashioned pillau given

gro hackmen, some of whom are either I by Mr. and Mrs. Newport in honor of

too ignorant or too lazy to observe the I their niece. Miss Edna Walton, of Mi

law of the road, and drive around a I ami, who is spending the summer here,

corner utterly regardless of what may I and Miss Ethel Boring of Waldo. A

be coming to meet them. Some of them J number of cottagers and Eastlake res-

should be jailed, and we heard one I idents. were among the guests. Dane

able-bodied auto owner say that he 1 ing continued until after eleven, when

was going to castigate the next of-J supper was served on the attractively

fender he had to put on brakes for I decorated veranda of the Newport res-

with one of his own carriage traces, idence. Cut flower?, ferns and pot
In which event the Star will help pay plants formed the principal decora decora-flne.
flne. decora-flne. tions, the color scheme being red and

white. Flowers and long fern fronds

Not onlv" more accidents followed the banked high about the punch bowl and

"safe and sane" manner in which Ocala snaaing me ngnis aaaea to tne Deauiy

Ta rr-th hut th vitv ins" or the scene, .music concjuaea, tne ev

was crowded with jubilee tepants, and J enmg,

Assistant Recorder Haraoton, who

adorns the recorder's bench now. swell- There is more catarrh in this sec-

ed the city treasury in the sum of one "on ol the country than all other dis-

PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
THE GLOVED HAND
THE GIRL OF THE CORAL REEF
SHERIFF'S SWEETHEART
SILENT SYSTEM

ADMISSION 10 AND 5C.

EASTLAKE

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

(Continued from First Page)

hundred dollars. Banner.

eases put together, and until the "last

A careful perusal of our esteemed

contemporary's issue of July 5th failed

to reveal more than two accidents. One I ,

stajntly falling to cure with local treat treatment,
ment, treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science

has proven catarrh to be a constitu

tional disease and therefore requires

constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca

tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Che

ney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only

of these was certainly in no way con

nected with a celebration of any sort

The other might have happened on

Thanksgiving Day, or any other day

when ardent autoists drive their ma

chines at topspeed around the race
, track. Worse accidents have happened

here several times when there was no

nAnatttiitlnniil in .n stm Vi i- yva.l-A T

celebration or race, and others almost l
Z i . I lis taken internally in doses from 10

drops to a teaspoonful. It acts direct

ly 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, 75c. Take Hall's

.certainly will before another fourth

As for the long list of cases in the
recorder's court, we have remembrance

of more than one fifth -of July morning

that has found Ocala's jail full of of

fenders, and we can also remember

many Monday mornings when the city
nmivt hoi? n 1 m net a a manv ane nmo

" r I Family Pills for constipation
very much worse cases. It has always I

been the policy of the Ocala police,
when an excursion was in town, to be

as easy as possible on the excursion

ists, not arresting them unless it was
absolutely necessary. Also, when there
are three or four thousand people in
town many drunken men are hidden in

the crowd, and would be overlooked by

twice as many officers as this city has

put on.

Boat Club and Masons Ready to Build.
Enjoyable Evening Spent with the
ev jm; t -Mru Summer Vlaltera at
the Lake and Pleasant Parttew the
Order of the Day.
Eastlake, July 7. The final report

of the building and finance committees
of the Masons, who are planning a
lodge at Oklawaha, will be heard at the
next meeting, scheduled for Saturday,
July 15th, at Oklawaha at 7 p. m. At
this meeting the building committee
will also submit plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications for the proposed temple. These
plans will be acted upon at this meet meeting.
ing. meeting. The "charter" has been secured by
the Lake Weir Club and site selected
for the club house. The executive
committee choose the location offered
by E. F. Newport. The ground ad adjoins
joins adjoins the big packing house of Geo. E.
Snow. R. L. Martin recently made the
committee a very tempting offer of a
location and generous sum of money
to assist in building the club house at

Weir Park. Eastlake retaliated and
came 'to the front and the deal is
closed and work on the breakwater breakwater-and
and breakwater-and dock will commence as soon as
possible. "x
Mr. and Mrs. McCraney of Ocala with
several friends are "camping" at East East-lake
lake East-lake for a month and enjoying the
beauties of Lake Weir with its un unsurpassed
surpassed unsurpassed fishing, boating and bathing,
entertained in a most charming way
last Thursday evening about 25 friends
at a "pillau" supper.
Word has been received by relatives
that Mrs. Fosnot. who left Eastlake
last week to spend the summer in

Iowa, reached her destination safely

after a short delay in Nashville. The

weather is exceedingly warm in 'the

north this summer.

Mrs. E. C. Sage of Tampa, who is
spending some time with her son, C.

K. Sage in Ocala, came to Eastlake

Saturday and spent several days with

Mrs. C. K. Sage and family at their

cottage. Mrs. Sage is a regular sum

mer visitor at Eastlake-armithinks it
the mo.st delightful summer resort in

the state.
Geo. E. Snow, Eastlake's progres

sive orange "grower and most success

ful melon raiser, departed Wednesday

morning for a few weeks rest and

recreation in northern states.

The Eastlake and Wood mar homes

are all filled with summer guests

Lake Weir, as a summer resort can

not be excelled. The white sand beach
which extends entirely around the lake

is kept free from unnecessary obstruc

tions and affords an ideal playground

for the children. The numerous piers

and pavilions and lovely old trees pro

vide many opportunities of pleasure

for the picnic parties. Mr. Mclver's

boat house and pavilion, "Idlewild," Is
one of the most charm ing- spots on the

lake. Numerous dances have bei giv

en there by the launch parties. The
pavilion is built out over the waters

and offers numerous advantages for

ange Lake was presented from the
trustees but no motion taken at this
time.
A recommendation from 'the Griner
Farm school that Mr. Bert C. Murphy
be appointed trustee to fill the unex unexpired
pired unexpired term of Mr. H. L. Griggs, resign resigned,
ed, resigned, was received and approved and it
was ordered that he be duly commissioned

A request from the trustees of the

Sparr district to have Mrs. A. Mouzon
appointed teacher for the Hopewell
school, colored, was received, but no
action taken.
Resignation of Mr. J. C. Pillans as
trustee of the Electra school was re received,
ceived, received, also a recommendation for the
appointment of Mr. S. E. Smith as his
successor for the unexpired term. The
resignation was accepted and the rec recommendation
ommendation recommendation was approved and Mr.
Smith was ordered to be commissioned
for the unexpired term.
Several requests for certain schools
from teachers and recommendations for
appointment were received and passed
over without action for the present.

Resignation of L. J. Jones as super supervisor
visor supervisor of Moore's Pond school, colored,
with a recommendation for the ap appointment
pointment appointment of J. P. Lazier as his suc successor
cessor successor was received and each action ap approved
proved approved by the board.
Request for help from the Jerusalem

colored school to rebuild their school
house was received and they having
raised $50 by private subscription, it
was ordered that the board would fur furnish
nish furnish material to be used tn the work to
an amount not to exceed $100.
The superintendent reported to the
board the issuing to Miss Margaret E.
Taylor of the Ocala school a life first
grade certificate, she having complied
with nil th lffira.1 rpnu irements.

trustees of ther"L"urase ol uols ai any anu an

times. cnautauoua vnia is tne

STORE FOR RENT
A well located and most desirable

store building for rent. Possession

within 30 daya. Apply at the Star office.

HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLDS

Must .be relieved quickly and Foley's

We have walked around the public Honey and Tar Compound will do it.

square several times on fourths, when I E. M. Stewart, 1034 Wolfram St., Chi-

the town was full of excursionists, and I cago, writes: "I have been greatly

seen all the way from half a dozen to I troubled during the hot summer months

a dozen men who would have been ar- with hay fever and find that by using

rested on any other day, and we didn't I Foley's Honey and Tar Compound I get

hunt for them, either. great relief." Many others who suffer

The Star hates to disagree with the- similarly will be glad to benefit by Mr.

Banner, but in view of the above Stewart s experience. Sold by the Court

points, it thinks the people of Ocala Pharmacy

prefer such fourths as the last one to

some that have gone before. The Star FINE FARM FOR SALE

would prefer to see the day one of rest

and pleasure, and useful information A splendid farm of 160 acres of good

not one of noise and crowding and a pine land, 120 acres cleared and well

fever'sh scramble for a few more dol- fenced. Good out buildings and plenty

lars. I of them; splendid -water; large and

comfortable new dwelling. Not a foot

Dr. Van Engelken did the people of waste land on the place and it is a

Florida a favor in translating the ar- I "igh grade of pine. Has twenty acres

tide from the pen of the distinguished as fine corn and twelve acres of cotton

German writer on the first page. We I as any one can show; no fertilizer used

have never seen the Oklawaha more Located 1 miles from Dallas and

faithfully described. The author was riffht on county line of Marion and

misinformed about the orisrin of Silver Sumter. Price $2000. Apply at Star

Springs basin, as it was there certain- office for further particulars and.own-

ly hundreds, and probably thousands, I er's name and address.

of years before the Charleston earth

quake. But what she saw with her

own eyes she did artistic justice.

DEATH IN A ROARING FIRE
May not result from the work of fire firebugs,
bugs, firebugs, but often severe burns are caus-

Nearly five hundred deaths have re- ed that make a quick need for Buck-

suited from the wave of heat that len's Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest.

swept oyer the northern part of the j cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils.

United States in the last few days. The I sores. It subdues inflammation. It kills
big cities are infernos. Everywhere, It I pain. It soothes and heals. Drives off

is hotter than in Florida.

skin eruptions, ulcers or piles.

25c. at Tydings & Co.

Only

FULLER & AYER
DENTAL SURGEONS

Office over the Munroe & Chambli

Bank
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
J. E. CHAGE
0

DENTAL SURGEON

Rooms 9, lO and 11, Second Floor,

Holder Block.

OCALA --- FLORIDA

TERMS, CASH

COTTAGE FOR REM
A neat, well located, five-room cot

tage in the second ward for rent.

Possession about July 10. Apply to F.
W. Ditto.

There are Two Kinds or 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 PHR BOTTLE.

ASK YOUR DRUGGTST.

AUTO FOR SALE

L. F. BLALQGK

DENTAL SURGEON

Office Over Commercial Bank

OCALA .... FLORIDA

Phone 211
Office Hours: 8 to 12 a. nx,
1 to 5 p. m.
TERMS. CASH.

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.

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.

A request from the

Oklawaha district that their school
district be officially designated the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha sub-school tax district instead
of the Weir Park district, as it was
sometimes called. It was so ordered.
Letters were received from the chair chairman
man chairman of the Mcintosh trustees stating
that Mi.s Catheryne Farra of Mt. Ster Sterling,
ling, Sterling, Ky., and Miss Mary R. Cochrane
of Rocky Mount, N. C, had been chosen
as principal and assistant for their
school, respectively.
Report of Mr. W. A. Moorhead, coun county
ty county suveyor, on a survey of the mileage
of the Ocala & Southwestern Railway
within the Ocala school district was re received
ceived received and ordered incorporated in the
estimates for taxation the coming year.
The superintendent presented to the

board the correspondence with Dr. A.

C. Maddox who had been selected for
the prineipalship of the Reddick school
but who took the teacher's examination
in Alachua county and having received
a second grade certificate, the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent insisted on his taking the ex examination
amination examination again in order to present a
first grade certificate, and he having
declined to do so, he resigned the place,
leaving a vacancy in the prineipalship.
He also presented the correspondence
with the trustees in regard to the mat matter.
ter. matter. The general matter was freely
discussed.

A report was received from the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Cotton Plant school stating
that a meeting had been held in which
Miss Leila Parker had been selected as
teacher for the coming term and the
first Monday in September was named
as the time for opening the school.
Two colored teacher's Teports were
audited and ordered paid.
Sundry accounts were audited and
ordered paid from county and district
funds as they properly belonged.
An account from the superintendent
of Alachua county for $103.62 as the
part due Alachua county from Marion
for children from Marion attending
school at Evinston in Alachua county.

was presented together with the final
report of the teacher for the attendance
of the Marion county children. There
having been no arrangement with the
school authorities of Alachua county
for the account, it was ordered that the
secretary correspond more fully with
the superintendent of Alachua county
in regard to the matter.

The treasurer's report with the
vouchers was presented and checked
over and found to be correct with the
warrants returned and cancelled. The
report showed total receipts of $1657.12,
disbursements of $1648.65, leaving a
balance of $8.47 of county funds. It
also showed for the district funds total
receipts of $3271.81, disbursements of
$447.83, leaving a balance on hand of
$3723.98.
The minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved as read.
No further business appearing, the
board adjourned to meet in special
session on Tuesday, July 18, 1911, for
the special purpose of making the ap appointments
pointments appointments of teachers so far as possi

ble for the coming school term.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.

name applied to a pretty location on
the north side. This new subdivision

has just been placed on the market by

F. W. Ditto of Ocala and J. G. Lege

of Eafstlake. It is the most desirable
building spot on the north side and we

predict quick sales when the fact be becomes
comes becomes known there are available and

desirable lots on the market.

Eastlake again came near witnessing

a tragedy one day last week, but for

tunately a cool head and strong arm
prevented any sad result. A gentleman

with his wife and daughter were en enjoying
joying enjoying a pleasant hour together on

Woodmar dock; accidentlj' the lady,

who was standing at the edge of the

dock, lost her balance and fell into

eight feet of water and, not knowln

how to swim, was in danger of being
drowned, when the husband jumped in
and quickly brought her to the dock
steps.

People become wealthy by
spending less than they
make. A good place to A
put your money. : : :

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IS0OTEST :
Following Are the Names in Ibe Piano Voting Ceatest,
as Far as Dave Been Turned in to the Uansgectct. If
Yon Are a Candidate, List Your Name at the Store of
Dayes & Gnynn, and Ask for Votes, When Trcdtog I7i3
the Following Finns. Get Your Friends to Support Yea.
MARION GROCERY CO., Fancy and Staple Groceries. :
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUG-STORE, Ice Cream and Soda Water.
W. S- C YONGE, Plumbing. 1
HAYCRAFT & DeCAMP, MILLINERY.
HAYES & GUYNN, Dry Goods,Xotions and Gents Furnishing
THE DAILY AND WEEKLY STAR,
Votes Issued on Subscriptions, Advertising and Job Work

NAMES OF CONTESTANTS

MISS BELLE! HODGE
MISS SIATTIE MOORE
MISS DOVIE GATES
MISS CEVIE ROBERTS
MISS ANNIE BENTON FULLER
MISS FREYERMUTH

MRS. HARRY COLE
MRS. A. M. RICHIE
MISS RUBY KNIGHT
MISS MYRTLE BLALOCK
MISS ESTHER LEY
MISS FANNIE COOK

nmini.nmnmm:

won

GROCERY

con

WE WANT YOUR GROCERY TRADE

WE can make it an inducement for vou
to trade with us We are not doing a
cut price business, but a legiti mate.
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, Have your cash tick tickets
ets tickets and see what th-y will biiri you. v .t

iAROI

GROCERY

J. C. GEIGER, Manager.

TELEP00NE 111.

F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.

When the bowels feel uncomforta uncomfortable
ble uncomfortable and you miss the exhilerating: feel feeling
ing feeling that always follows a copious
morning operation, a dose of HERINE
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.

W

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MATHEWS TRUE FRUIT SYRUP MAKES A REFRESHING
DRINK THESE DOT DAYS

We have the Strawberry, Raspberry and Cherry flavors. It is unsurpassed
for Beverages, Desserts, Ice Cream and Water Ices.
' HAVE YOU TRIED SAUCE MELBA ?

It is a special preparation, with Raspberry Juice for Peaches and Pears, a

la "MelDa."
DIRECTIONS FOR PEACH "MELBA"

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 basin on ice. At the
moment of serving take the peaches out of the syrup, arrange in a fruit dish
on a bed of vanilla ice and mask each with "Sauce, Melba".
LIMA BEAN SAUCE
To one can Royal Scarlet Lima Beans add 3 tablespoons olive oil, a little
onion juice, and 1-2 teaspoon sail, 2 teaspoons vinegar or lemon juice, 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons cucumber pickles chopped fine; mix thoroughly; serve on lettuce
or watercress.

PHONES 16 & 174

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIBAT, JULY 7, 1911.
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One Jar Sunbeam Preserve,. . .25 Cte.
Om Bottle Sunbeam Salad D res res-slag;
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One Bottle Sunbeam Catsup ....15 Cte.
Oae Piatt Bottle Sunbeam Grape-
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line Glaaa Sunbeam. Peanut But Butter
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General Practice Calls Made Prompt
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Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
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mals animals and birds demonstrate this in instinct
stinct instinct that .nature has implanted in
place of reason. A bath room fitted
up with sanitary plumbing in your
home is a "well spring of pleasure"
to the family, which you should have
installed now in your home by relia reliable
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those those of x
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formation information apply to
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Undertakers and Embalciers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All Work Done by Licensed Embalm
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THE FQUNTAIN OF YOUTH
is the soda fountain In our drug store.
All. the youth of both sexes patronize 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., iou will find It ex
hllarating. sauarylng, cooling. Try It
once then you will recommend It your
self. Only Five Cents.
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If you want a Merry "Widow, see
Ham p.
... ...
Mr. W. I Goodwin of Fairfield was
at the Montezuma yesterday.
T. E. Williams of Moultrie, Ga., was
at the Ocala House last night.
P. G. Ramsey and John L. Harmon
of Gainesville were at the Montezuma
yesterday.
Col. R. F. Rogers of Lynne was in the
city today transacting business and
shaking hands with his army of friends.
Mr. E. E. Robinson left today to rep represent
resent represent the Ocala lodge at the great
Elks' convention in Atlantic City.
C E. Adams of Burbank and J. H.
Adams of Valley Junction, la., n-era at
the Ocala House yesterday.
Mr. Clarence Meffert left today for
Jacksonville and expects to return
with a new touring car.
Mr. R. C. Muncaster left last night
for Fort Myers on business for the
Roess Lumber Company.
C. H. Rogero and wife, of Palatka
were at the Ocala House yesterday.'
John Collins and J.. B. Thomas of
Bushnell were at the Montezuma yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mrs. Flora Johnson Nisserod of Bay
Lake was at the Ocala House yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. L. S; Petteway of Brooksville and
F. T. Petteway of Homosassa were at
the Montezuma yesterday.
Mrs. I. E. Spigel and Mrs. J. F. Pe Pe-lot
lot Pe-lot of Levon were at the Montezuma
yesterday.
Mrs. Willis and Mrs. Schenck, the
two Ohio ladies, daughter and niece of
the rpurdered Mrs. Higgins, left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for their homes.
Dr. Percy F. Lisk of Fort McCoy
was at the Ocala House yesterday.
W. H. Dixon of Charlotte, N. C, M.
S. Harrison of Nashville, Tenn., R. P.
Ward of Columbus, Ga., and R. M.
Baker of Atlanta were at the Monte Montezuma
zuma Montezuma yesterday.
C. H. Rivers of Atlanta, Ga., G. V.
Guylon of Lima, O., and James
Woodward of Memphis, Tenn., were at
the Ocala House yesterday.
P. H. Nugent came up from Cand Candler
ler Candler yesterday morning and registered
at the Montezuma.
Mr. Edwin Davis, who with his fam family
ily family is spending the summer on Shell Is Island
land Island at the mouth of Crystal River,
after spending a few days in town, re returned
turned returned to the island yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. 'Any lady who bakes good bread, and
who would like to bake two large
loaves twice a week for a good pur purpose,
pose, purpose, can secure the contract by call
ing on Dr. D. M. Smith.
Mr. W. T. Mcllwaln, who wrenched
his knee severely a week ago, has been
improving for the last day or two and
suffers much less pain.
The rain of yesterday and last night
was certainly a relief and has been
most refreshing to the crops as well as
the people.
The city council had no quorum again
last night. The clerk was instructed
to draw the fixed salary warrants and
the counci ladjourned till the next reg regular
ular regular meeting night, July 18th.
Mrs. Mae Bingham, the bookkeeper
at the' Star office, spent' today in Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, assisting the Advocate force.
Mrs. Fred H. Robinson and two
charming daughters. Misses Mildred
and Lucile, left today for Mackinaw
City, Mich., where they will remain till
late fall, at their former home. Mr.
Robinson accompanied them as far as
Jacksonville.
Mr. L. S. Petteway of Dunnellon was
guest of the Montezuma yesterday
and last night.
Tomorrow at the band stand on the
Dublic square, the members of the
Baptist sewing circle will hold a mid midsummer
summer midsummer sale of cakes, candy and fan fan-ey
ey fan-ey work. Housekeepers and those in
need of any dainty article of fancy
work will do well to remember this
sale tomorrow.
Hamp Chambers has just received a
new macnine witn wmen ro re-iire
baby carriages. If your baby has been
too hard on the wheels, see Hamp.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Eyrie, a good-looking
and evidently new-married couple from
Island Grove, who were at the Monte
zuma Wednesday night went on south
yesterday-
Miss Nellie Stevens who is taching
in the normal school at Gainesville,
will come home this evening and re
main till Monday morning visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens will leave
on the Sunny Jim train Monday for
Lakeland to spend several weeks with
their son, Mr. Henry Stevens,
Mr. R, T. Adams will leave tomorrow
for the northwest to visit his mother
at French Lick Springs and other rel relatives
atives relatives in Illinois.
J. A. Roberts, Rochelle, G. M. Ellis
of Fort White,' L. B. Qsteen of Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland and A. E. Sumner of High
Springs were at the Montezuma yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, y
Mr. and Mrs. John Mixson and child
ren and Col. Craig Epperson of Willis-
ton", who have been visiting Mrs. L.
Horne and mother, Mrs. Edwards, for
several days, returned home today,
Mr. Ed Carmiehael went out to Or Orange
ange Orange Lake this morning in his auto automobile
mobile automobile on county road business.
Mr. L. D. Geiger of the Star force,
left today for Titusville. where his wife
and children are visiting relatives
Their youngest child, little Elsie, is
very ill and its life is almost despaired
of,
A party of twelve young ladles and
gentlemen, chaperoned by Mrs. Chas.
H. Lloyd, went down to Lake Weir
yesterday to remain until Monday. They
will occupy Mr. Goodwin's bungalow
at Woodmar. Those composing the
party are Messrs. Jim -Rentz, William
Bullock, Robert Anderson and Clar
ence Zewadski and Misses Minnie Sto Sto-vall,
vall, Sto-vall, Hallie Ley, Beulah Hall. Alta
Pearson, Nettie Cay Little and M. E.
Ley.
Buttermilk, fresh j every day at the
Postornee drugstore.

Program to be Filled on the Publle
Square Thla Evening;
The following program will be ren rendered
dered rendered by the Metropolitan Band this
evening at 8 o'clock, provided the
weather is agreeable:
No. 1. March, "Front Section F. E.
Bagley.
No. 2. Selection, "Bohemian Girl"
Balfe.

No. 3. Waltz, "Wild Flowers
5" W. H.
Kief ear.
No.
4. Overture, "Lustspiel
-Keler-
Be la.
INTERMISSION
5. March, "The Hurricane" S. L.
A 1 pert.
6. Medley Waltz. "Yip-I-Addy-I-Ay
Cobb and Flynn.
7. Intermesso, "Indian Summer"
Neil Moret.
8. Medley Overture, "The Ruler"
W. C. O'Hare.
t A. E. Gerig. Director.
No.
No.
No.
No.
I'SED UP XBARLY
ALL THE ALPHABET
The members of the Gainesville Elks
ball team were at the Ocala House last
evening, and when they had spread
their names on the register it looked
like a page of the record of the Paris
Academy of Arts and Sciences. They
were as follows:
E. A. O'Neill, LLD. ; J. M. Dell, M. D.:
B. L. Miller, Q. C; Chas. J. Harris. T.
S.; Dolph Chamberlin, R. G.; W. S. Mc McDowell,
Dowell, McDowell, V. S. ; Joe Manassee, P. P.;
"Bill" Shands. P. C; G. H. Cairus, H. D.;
J. D. Stringfellow, B. S.; Hy Davis, H.
D.; R. F. Brush, C. S.
The other Gainesville guests, most of
whom attended the game, was as fol follows:
lows: follows: Mrs. F. R. Hartsfin, B. M. Tench, C.
R. Layton, W. Lassiter, S. Graham, J.
C. Byars. Pat Castleberry, M. Tucker
and W. G. Richardson.
JAKE HAD A JOLT
We hear the sad news that Jake
Klein has lost a game of checkers to
another member of the Coast Line Club.
Jake has been either brooding over his
defeat or planning a dreadful revenge
ever since.
ANNEX WILL BE OPEN
See the Picture This Erenlne While
the 'Band Plays
A heavy shower "put an end to the
Air Dome performance early yesterday
evening, but it will be open with an
extra fine show tonight, which you can
see whle listening to the band on the
square. "The Tale of Two Cities,"
which was so much admired some
weeks ago, will be run In addition to
the usual number of subjects, so don't
miss It.
COMING HOME TO
SEE THE CORONATION
Many Americans who were in London
at the coronation didn't see It, on ac account
count account of the crowds in the way. But
the picture show men were there and
carefully reproduced it, and then rush rushed
ed rushed the films across the Atlantic by the
fastest ship. Many Americans are
coming home to see the coronation. So
far as we know, Ocala did not go to
the coronation, but the coronation will
come to Ocala and can be seen at the
Air Dome tomorrow night. One of the
greatest events in history. Prices "will
be twenty cents for the older folks and
a dime for the children.
L. II. VAN ENGELKEN, M. D.
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old Postofflee Bulldlngr, Room 4
WILL SELECT A ROUTE
FOR THE TAMPA HIGHWAY
(Tampa Tribune, 7th)
At a meeting of good roads experts
who have been making an Investiga Investigation
tion Investigation for some days past and which,
will be held at the Ocala House, Ocala,
tonight, the exact route of the exten extension
sion extension of the national highway between
Ocala and Tampa will be decided on.
Two different routes have been pro
posed, one by way of Plant citf north
to Dade City and the other to Brooks Brooksville
ville Brooksville and south to Tampa by way of
Stemper.
A strong delegation of Tampans will
attend the meeting tonight, leaving
today over the Seaboard Air Line.
Among them will be Capt. Syd Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, president of the Tampa' Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Club, and delegate from Hills
borough county, and Willis B. Pow
ell, secretary of the Tampa Automo
bile Club and the Tampa Board of
Trade. Other Tampa citizens will at
tend as well as residents from other
towns throughout the county.
The Tampa delegation will not Insist
on the cholee or either route Dut will
confer with the representatives of
the other counties regarding the best
way to proceed, it being intended to
endeavor to make the selection which
will prove the most satisfactory to all
parties concerned. From indications
yesterday the meeting tonight will be
an enthusiastic and harmonious one.
The North Tampa Land Company.
Secretary Powell stated yesterday, of
fers to contribute $1,000 toward the
building of the highway provided it is
to follow the direct route north thru
Stemper.
STOP THAT DANDRUFF
Before it kills your hair. You know
dandruff is a germ disease and it leads
slowly and surely to baldness and
there is only one way to cure dandruff
and that is to kill the germ that causes
the trouble.
Greasy salves will never do this,
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP kill3 the germ
and are guaranteed to cure dandruff,
itching scalp and all other germ dis diseases
eases diseases of the skin and scalp.
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are the true
scientific remedies for these "afflictions.
To show our faith in ZEMO and ZEMO
SQAP we have instructed the druggist
selling them to refund your money if
you are not satisfied with the results
from the very first bottle and the very
first cake of soap.
We can afford to make this offer be because
cause because one bottle of Zemo and one cake
of soap are sufficient to show their
healing qualities and if used according
to directions, they will effect a perma permanent
nent permanent cure.
Sold by druggists everywhere and in
Ocala by the Postoffice Drugstore.

Bllla of Oeala Seemed Somewhat Rnsty
ta Catehiaic and Swatting: the
Ball
,Te game between Ocala and Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Elks yesterday was a good one,
and enthused everyone of the large
number who witnessed it.
It being the Thursday half holiday,
all the business houses closed up, and
most of the proprietors and clerks at attended
tended attended the game. With them went
hundreds of other people, Including a
score or more from the University City.
The two line-ups were as follows: :
Gainesville: Hartsfield, e; Lassiter,
p; SWands, lb; Lee Graham, fib; Pat
Graham, ss; Dell. 3b; Tench, If;-Chamberlin,
cf; O'Neal, rf.
Ocala: Drake "and Bullock, s; Sav Sav-arese,
arese, Sav-arese, p; Magaw. lb; Haney, 2b; Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, ss; Dosh, 3b; Tucker, If; Beck, cf;
Flippen, rf.
The Ocala Bills5 played good ball, but
hardly any of them had had any prac practice
tice practice in years. Several of the? visitors
had played on the old Oak Hall team
in the days of its renown, and they
don't seem to have deteriorated much.
So it 'is 'little wonder that the home
team-had the worst of it. But its mem members
bers members played well well enough to have
beaten any ordinary aggregation, that
could have been brought against them.
The game began with Exalted Ruler
Ted Drake catching for the Ocala
lodge, vand Secretary Savarase in the

box. The secretary finished the game
and pitched well, but the exalted ruler.
who hadn't had a ball in his hand in
eight years and then not very often,
,had to retire on account of catching
too many balls en his bare right hand
instead of letting them hit in his big
mitt. The hand was badly torn and
may be useless for some days. Ray-,
mond Bullock was substituted as cat catcher,
cher, catcher, and finished the game.
Following is the score:
Gainesville .. ..2 2 3 0 0 0 1 8 8 5
Ocala .. . ...1 0 0 0 1 0 2 4 8 4
A return game will probably be play played
ed played next Thursday between the two
teams in Gainesville, on whic hocca hocca-sion
sion hocca-sion the Ocala Elks hope to have a big
crowd of rooters accompany them to ;
the University City.
PICTURES WERE MOST PLEASING
V.
The Temple certainly had a fine line
of subjects last evening. The most in in-terestlng
terestlng in-terestlng were the views of Jerusalem
and the Mount of Olives. Some of our
people who have seen the originals say
the pictures were exact reproductions.
The "Two Girls" was a pretty sketch
witha moral, and "The Red Avenger"
and "The Dog and Wolf" were thrillers.
Another good program this evening.
Tomorrow the performance begins at
3:30 and lasts till 10.
BOARD OF TRADE
SHOULD MEET TONIGHT
Attention, members Board of Trade.
A meeting will be held tonight, July
7th, 1911. Notices were mailed to you.
Come.- Louis F. Savarese, Sec'y.
DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
Office: 203
Residence! 205
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.
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
low package. Refuse substitutes. Sold
In Ocala by the Court. Pharmacy.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
The second floor of the Bell apart
ment house on Fort King avenue is
for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the
court house.
WEATHER FORECAST
Washington, July 7. Local showers
tonight or Saturday light variable
winds.
THOSE WHO TAKE
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
For their kidney and bladder ailments,
and for annoying urinary irregulari irregularities
ties irregularities are always grateful both for the
quick and permanent relief they af afford,
ford, afford, and for their tonic and strength strengthening
ening strengthening effect as welL Try Foley Kidaey
Pills. For sale by the Court Pharmacy.
We have the best line or lialr brush brushes,
es, brushes, combs and other toilet articles In
the city. The Court Pharmacy.
When you are happy drink PLEZOL.
When you are dry drink PLEZOL.
When you look for prosperity drink
PLEZOL.
Norris famous Atlanta candles, a
high grade confection, received every
few days by express direct from the
factory at the Court Pharmacy.
Our line of cutlery, scissors and
articles for the manicure table will
appeal to you. See them at the Cowt
Pharnricy.
Never leave home on a journey with
out 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.
HUNTER THE LOCKSMITH
MENDS UMBRELLAS, FILES SAWS,
Repairs Locks, Fits or Makes Keys,
Repairs Guns, Etc., Etc., In a
Prompt and Workmanlike
Manner.
CALL OX OR SEND FOR HIM
He Can Either do Your Work or
Have It Done.
Corner North and Ornnse Streets
(Opposite Smoak's Shop) .
OCALA
FLORIDA

A NATIONAL BANK IS AN ABSOLUTELY' SAFE PLACE TO PUT
YOUR MONEY, BECAUSE THE 'UNITED STATES GOVERUEUT EX EXAMINES
AMINES EXAMINES REGULARLY ALL NATIONAL BANKS. ASK OUR FATHOMS
HOW WE TREAT THEM. MAKE OUR BANK YOUR HOME.

CAPITAL
JOHN L. EDWARDS, Pres.
OCALA, fS :
North Ace. and Peachtree St. Atlanta. Ca.
ladies. Boarding department strictly limited to

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L. IS. SCOTT, EMMA B. SCOTT. Principals.

MM LI STEKC i

Ur. Farmer. Hasn't a poor piece of Hardware ollza ccst
yon four times the price of it because yon bsd to lsse n ntzlz
lot of time coming to (own to get another?

Ony your Hardware from ns and yon will save cray
needless expensive trips, and many dollars on repairs.
We sell the best Hardware, because it pays ns to stUv zzl
yon to buy, the best.
Han! lairdwaire CdD.9
OCALAV FLORIDA.

LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, July 7. The fourth was
quietly celebrated by boating, fishing,
picnics and fireworks in the evening.
Mr. Chazal's, Mr. Woodrow's and Mr.
Davis fireworks displays were partic particularly
ularly particularly fine and enjoyed by all the shore
residents. ''
M'ss Mertyce Camp gave a delightful
card party last night. Delicious re refreshments
freshments refreshments were served on long tables
out on the lawn.
Miss Tillie Pasteur is spending this
week with Miss Kelsey at Stanton. ;
Dr. Willis and family of Quincy, Fla.,
are pleasantly located at the R. L. Mar
tin residence for the summer.
Mr. J. L. Carney, manager of the Car
ney Investment Company Is building
another commodious packing house for
the company's increasing crop of fruit
they will ship the coming season.
Mr. E. J. Lytle Is building a neat lit little
tle little cottage on the bluff overlooking
the lake near his present home.
Mrs. Clements of Hickory, N. C. is
spending a week or two with Mrs. D.
E. Mclver.
Right in your busiest season when
you have 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.

375,C30.C0
CLARENCE CAMP, Tie Pres.

U. U. STOKES, Cashier. g
: : FLORIDA,

H. S. GALLOWAY
F. A. MOULTOIV
GALLOWAY & LIOULTCrJ
copctoiis roues
PLANS AND ESTIMATES PURNISRSD
P. O. BOX 273 OCALA, FLA.
Board in pr and Day School for girls and rouac
insure refind home life. Classes divided into
4
FULL BLOOD RHODE ISLAND REDS
I have a number of pure blood Rod
Island Red pullets and cockerels bt
different ages for sale. Mrs. H. C
Jones North Magnolia street.
If you feel "blue." "no' account." laxy.
you need a good cleaning out. Herblne
is the right thing for that purpose. It
stimulates the liver, tones up the stom stomach
ach stomach and purifies the bowels. Price 60e.
by all druggists.
Mr. L. B. Osteen of Lakeland Is at
a . ..
the Montezuma.
For summer diarrhoea in children al always
ways always give Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil,
and a speedy cure is certain. For sale
by all dealers.
A. J. Legg of Savannah was at the
Ocala House yesterday.
Sprains require careful treatmenL
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.
Foley Kidney Pills arV 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.



ocala wmmsa shad. Friday, juvx ?, imi.

Ice dream ;-W5ftIlai;0(kfm
The House
of the
Whispering
Fines
By AK3A KATHARINE GREEN
EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
Are the
LEADERS OF THE WORLD
The: Only Way to Gefi B
When you make ice cream from milkman's cream there aro i
Copyright. 1310, by Anna Katharine
Rohlfa
cf germs in a spoonful. There are none ,'vhen you ucs Van Cccris'o.

Sr

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
cd to show them.
LARGEST STOCK OF EDISON
RECORDS IN THE STATE

k E. Burnett

JEWELER

MERCHANTS BLOCK. OCALA, FLA

USE'QURIGE
It is the Best by

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OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.,
OCALA. FLORID

nOHIEZULlA BARBER SHOP

W P. BLESCH, Proprietor.

Business Men's Favorite Place Reop

ened by a Veteran.
CALL AND SEE HIM

KENDRICK

K end rick, July 6. Mr. and Mrs. M.

G- Davis have moved back to &uber,

Mr. Davis once lived here and we are
certainly glad to have them wittt us

.again.

Mr. Dodge has resigned his position
with the Sumner Lumber Company and

returned to Georgia.

Mrs. W. B. Livingston's mother, Mrs

McClaren of Reddick, arrived yester

day, to spend a few days with her

daughter.

Mr. Paul Spencer came up from South
Florida to spend the fouth with his

parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.. Spencer.

Mr. Boyd and "Walter Turner left

Saturday for Island Grove Grove, to
spend the fourth, but returned yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, reporting having had a good time.
Miss Grace Moore and her three cou cousins
sins cousins of Island Groye arrived yesterday,
to spend a few days with their uncle,
Mr. C. S. Moore.
Mr. P. T. Montgomery of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg is visiting his neice, Mrs. J. G.
Guthery.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Turnipseed spent
the fourth in Ocala and report having
a glorious time.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Olin celebrated
the fourth by giving a big dinner and
inviting over Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb,
Mr. and Mrs. O. G, Olin and some other
friends. All report having had a very
pleasant time.
' We are glad to note that Mrs. T. J.
Sims is slowly improving. Hope she
will soon be able to be out again

HONEST MEDICINE VERSUS FAKES
President Tafts 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 ingredients
gredients ingredients 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 fer 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.

-was it the gray mare?"
Had the defense changed places with

the prosecution? It looked like It The
situation was too tempting for Mr.

Fox. With an assumption of extreme
consideration he leaned forward and
muttered under his breath to his near nearest
est nearest colleague, but still loud enough for
those about him to hear:
"The prisoner must know that he Is
not bound to answer questions when

such answers tend to incriminate him.

A lightning glance shot in his direc direction
tion direction was the eloquent advocate's sole
reply.
But Arthur, nettled Into speaking.

answered the question put to him in a
loud, quick tone: "It was not the gray
mare, but I went up to the gray mare
before going out. I patted her and
bade her be a good girl."
"Where was she then?"
"Where she belonged in her stalL"
The tones had sunk; so had the
previously lifted head. He no longer
commanded universal sympathy or
credence. The effect of his former
avowals was almost gone.
Yet Mr. Moffat could smile. As I
noticed this and recognized the satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction it evinced my heart went
down in great trouble. This esteemed
advocate, the hero of a hundred cases,
was not afraid to have it known that
Arthur had harnessed that mare; he
even wanted, it known. Why? There
could be but one answer to that, or
so I thought at the moment. The
next I did not know what to think,
for he failed to pursue ., this subject
and simply asked Arthur If upon
leaving he had locked the stable door.
"Yes no I don't remember," was
the bungling and greatly confused re reply.
ply. reply. .
Mr. Moffat glanced at the jury, the
smile still on his lips. Did be wish
to impress that body with the embar embarrassment
rassment embarrassment of bis client?
"Relate what followed. I am sure
the jury will be glad to hear your story
from your own lips."
"It's a beastly one, but if I've got
to tell it, here it is: 'I went straight
down to Cuthbert road and across the
fields to the clubhouse. I had not
taken the key to the front door be because
cause because I knew of a window I could
shake loose. I did this and went im immediately
mediately immediately down to the wine vault I
used an electric torch of my own for
light I pulled out several bottles
and carried them up into the kitchen,
meaning to light the gas. kindle a fire
and have a good time general. But
I soon found that I must do without
light if I stayed there. The meter
had been taken out, and to drink by
the flash of an electric torch was any anything
thing anything but a pleasing prospect Be Besides"
sides" Besides" here he flashed at his coun counsel
sel counsel a glance which for a moment took
that gentleman aback "I had heard
certain vague sounds in the house
which alarmed me as well as roused
my curiosity. Choosing the bottle T
liked best I went to investigate these
sounds."
Mr. Moffat started. His witness
was having his revenge. Kept in ig ignorance
norance ignorance of his counsel's plan of de defense,
fense, defense, he was evidently advancing
testimony new to that counsel. I had
not thought the lad so subtle and
quaked In secret contemplation of the
consequences. So did others, but the
interest was intense. He had heard

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When you order any of our
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For the Fourth or any other day. Our
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the best and choicest sea food.
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Phone 108 New City Market.
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Van Camp sMilkasitcorws
to you as thick as thick
cream is utterly free from
germs.
Dilute it with water which

has been boiled, add sugar and flavor, and freeze.
Then jj have an ice cream of exceeding rich richness,
ness, richness, absolutely pure.
So in every sort of a milk dish so in coffee
and cereals so in milk to drink. Van Camp's
Milk means the maximum richness and utter
sterility. Milkman's milk means neither, as
you know.
Nothing Artificial
Van Camp's is simply rich milk as it comes
from the cow, with two-thirds the -water evapo evaporated.
rated. evaporated. Nothing is added, as to condensed milk.
No sugar, no starch, no preservative. Nothing
is subtracted save water.
Our evaporating plants are built after Swiss
models. There are seven, in seven states, each

built close to our dairies,
with hospital cleanliness.

Fruit Milk Sherbet
Take the juice from
oraages and three lemn.
Add to it two-thirds cup of
Fugar. Dilute one pint can
of Van Camp's Milk with
three pints water and turn
into the freezer. Pour in
the sugar and fruit juice,
-with half can grated pine pineapple.
apple. pineapple. Freese.
Write for our book of 131
recipes, including all sorts
of ice cream.
Van Camp Packing Co.
Indianapolis Ind.

' They are conducted
The fresh milk is
put into a vacuum.
Because of the vac vacuum,
uum, vacuum, a moderate heat
evaporates the w?.ter
without scalding the
milk. Thus the milk

is reduced to the thickness of thick cream. Then
it is pasteurized after the can is'sealed.
Its Amazing Richness
Milk dishes, hot or cold, when made with Van -Camp's,
have amazing richness and flavor. Some :
people think we add something to give it. But
we don't.
Van Camp's Milk as it comes to you is 28 per
cent solids,, 8 per cent butter fat. It is rich be because
cause because it is whole, rich milk.
- .
: Milkman's milk separates. The butter fat
rises and the solids fall. When it gets to the
cooking it is rarely more than a half-milk. Van -Camp's
is the whole milk all of the butter fat,
all of the solids. That is the only reason why
milk dishes made of it are so surprisingly good.
Saves One-Half
Half the cost of milkman's milk is the cost of
the daily delivery; We save all that. And, by
removing two-thirds cf the water, .we save in
shipping bulk. As c re ult, Van Camp's Milk
costs less than milkman's miik. The cost will
figure about six cents per quart when reduced
to the usual milk's richness.
Then there is no waste no milk left over. ,'
When you open a can it keeps till you use it up.
By saving in cost and saving the waste, the
use of Van Camp's cuts milk bills about in two.
Think of that. Whole milk instead of a half-

milk. Pure milk instead of germ-lader.
saving of half besides.;

And a

But that isn't all. TV. ,1
have milk and cream alw
supply, if you wish it. H i v
man, no shortage, no wa&u

v?hit
"it

1 mean-5 to
' 1 1

Be Sure of Van Cauipo
Van Camp's Milk comes from pure-bred Col Col-stein'
stein' Col-stein' cows, kept in model dairies, coastsc!!?
inspected.. It is evaporated in cssdera txtpiZz
plants, ; f
It is reduced to the minimum to the thicknasa
of thick cream.. It is 23 per cent aoUls, 8 per
cent butter faL.
It is the final result .of seven years cf perfect
ing, in which we employed the ablest Swiss sad
Dutch experts,' It has cost us $IC3,C to trisj
Van Camp's Uilk op to its present ttxplsrd. It
U so generally preferred that we now milk 33,CC3
cows per day to keep up with demands. :

Van Gamijp?s
Ev orated Sterilized

Yet this premier milk costs po more than coo
mon evaporated milks. The 16-C3, eta a fxU

pint of Van Camp's costs 10 cents. The

can costs S cents.

Use this milk once and
you will always insist on
it. You may as well have
the best. Orer from your
grocer. Do ft now.
' r -

Una veetened

.1 2 u

sonnds he acknowledged it. But what
sounds?
"But 1 did not complete my in
vestigations. Arrived at the top of
the stairs. I beard what drove me from
the house at once. It was my sis sister's
ter's sister's voice Adelaide's. She was in
the building, and I stood -almost on a
level with her. with a bottle In my
pocket. It did not take me a minute
to clamber through the window. I
did not stop to wonder "or ask why
she was there or to whom she was
speaking. 1 just fled und made my
way as well as I could across the
golf links to a little hotel on Cuth Cuthbert
bert Cuthbert road, where I had been once be before.
fore. before. There I emptied my bottle and
was so overcome by it that 1 did not
return borne till noon the next day
It was on tbe way to U- hill that I
was told o the awfuk occurrence
which had taken place in the club clubhouse
house clubhouse after I had left it. That sober sobered
ed sobered me. 1 have been sober ever since."
Mr. Moffat's smile came back. One
might have said that be had been
rather pleased than otherwise by the
introduction of this unexpected testi testimony.
mony. testimony. Ignoring the new facts just
given, undoubtedly thinking that they
would he amply slfttd fn the coming
cross examination, he asked the fol following
lowing following question: 4
"Will you tell us again how many
bottles of wine you took from the club club-bouse?
bouse? club-bouse? "One. No I'm not sure about that
I'm not sure of anything. I had only
one when fit the inn in Cuthbert
road."
You remember but one?"
"I had bur one. One was enough.
I had trouble in carrying that."
"Was tbe ground slippery?"
"It was snowy, and it was uneven.
I stumbled more than once In crossing
the links."
"Mr. Cumberland, is there anything
you would like to say in your own de defense
fense defense before I close this examina examination?"
tion?" examination?"
"Nothing but this: I am innocent."

(Continued Tomorrow"

SAVES TWO WVES

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Dr. King's New Discovery," writes A.
D. McDonald of Fayetteville. N. C, R.
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help. We were told my sister had
consumption. She was very weak and
had night sweats but your wonderful
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FORT JIcCO

Fort McCoy. July 5. Several from
here attended the picnic at Orange
Springs on the 4th and report a good
time.
Joe Hughes is suffering with a ris rising
ing rising on his hand.
Mr. and Mrs. Temple Parker are vis visiting
iting visiting different points of Florida for
their health.
Mr. and Mrs. Raines of Hagan, Ga.,
are visiting here.
Mrs. I E. Bragg spent a few days
last week in Ocala.
Miss Bessie Lee Bragg is visiting
friends at Quitman and Newnan. Ga.
Miss Ruby Lee Grantham returned

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The Remedy That Puts Hew v
and Regulates the Dowels
' A liver that Is torpid exercises a demoralising Influence all through the body. It fcicrsrs tbe
kidneys in their work, clogs up the bowels, throw bilious Impurities into the blood and interfere
with digestion. A person in this condition is pale, sallow and discouraged, feels bad, looks bad and Ms.
general condition is bad. Food digests poorly, bowels mostly constipated, Buffers from dissy spells,
occasional headaches and prefers to sit around and do nothing; 'in place of. his usual hustling energy
and cheerfulness. ." ; -:-
- Herbine changes r'" tl'Js by starting the Internal machinery into activity aaaln. Its revtviaa
effect on the Torpid 1 r i.? prompt and thorough. The Stomach and Kidneys feel its stimulating In Influence.
fluence. Influence. The Bowels j purged of costive conditions and regular daily operations re-established. As
a result of this general scouring of the interior, functional activity Is resumed everywhere and the.
purified blood goes coursing through veins, carrying new life and energy to every part.' -..: '- -.-

Sold at Drug Stores, Price 00c per Cottle.

JAMBS F. BALLARD

PROPRIETOR

T. LOUI3, CO.

Per Sore Byes Galjied Lida. Uedaesa of the EyefcslL Weak Slant,

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ALL DRUGGISTS

home Saturday from Sparr, where she
spent a few days with her sister.
Mr. Boatright Is visiting friends in
Georgia.
TVe are glad to see Mr. Charlie Fair Fair-cloth
cloth Fair-cloth able to be out again.
Mr. T. M. Pierce is expected home
from the hospital this week. We are
glad he is improving so rapidly.

KIDNEY DISEASES ARE CURABLE
Under certain conditions. The Tight
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." Ask for it.
Sold by Court Pharmacy.

BI aTCHTON

Blitchton, July 6. Miss Lucile Ste Stewart
wart Stewart of Tangerine returned home on
Thursday after several days spent at

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ited unluvt-ited scholarship
Bookkeeping!
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L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in town.

mUY A L -'OKI.
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Magnificent New Resident Alt!s3 to G?c!o
IF O IR.TT IK II (G

There is No Better Investment. Lot s Sold on Easy Terms. Prices Cxs

from 945 to $2io per lu ask at tne star uace for nau For i
Information, Call on R. D. Stokes. L. Kf. Marray or R. It, CarrcL.

the house party given by Miss Legie
Blitch. Miss Annie Stephens of Palat Palat-ka,
ka, Palat-ka, a member of the houseparty, left
for her home Saturday.
Mrs. McCully and daughter, Miss
Peggie passed through Sunday.
Mr. Harrison Blitch of Morriston
called Friday.
A refreshing shower fell Sunday aft':
ernoon. j
Dr. and Mrs. J. I Davis of Irvine
called Sunday. ;
Mr. B. Pw Blitch and daughter, Ola
spent Tuesday in Ocala.
We were well represented at the pic picnic
nic picnic at Cooter Pond Tuesday. '-:
: '-: Mr. and Mrs. Sims of Anthony spent
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Sheely.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sheely are visit visiting
ing visiting Mr. and Mrs. Smith at Conner.
Mr. B. Pw Blitch is shipping pear
this week.
Master Oris Willis Is on the sck
list.

SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY
"1 want to thank you from the bot bottom
tom bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader. of
Lewisburg. W. Va, "for the wonderfnl
double benefit I got from Electric Bit Bitters,
ters, Bitters, in curing me of both a severe'ease
of stomach trouble and of rheumatism,
from which I have been an almost
helpless sufferer for 7 ten years. It
suited my case as though made just for
me." For dypspepsia, indigestion,
jaundice and to rid the system of kid kidney
ney kidney poisons that cause rheumatism.
Electric Bitters has ; no s equaL ; Try
them. Every bottle is guaranteed to
satisfy. Only 50c at Tydings & Co.

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If lee Cream ecwlJ
oaly take tbe place
of meat as tbe sab sab-.
. sab-. stastial disk at
dinner treat deal
of money would
be saved.
for
Ice Cream, which
has always been
considered a Imv

wry.- casta

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. ICE CriEALl
PotvCsx
than meat. Its actual cosl is about

-cmtaiish..?v-' ;
And it is rood, substantial food, loo
- Dissolve JeU-O Ice Cream fonder ia

milk and free-ze. That ts alt tlnvrtt to do.

olmte, AadCnltaTOrod.

Bemotifal Kwiw

Tbe Ceaesec far ItxX Ca,Le3r, K.T.

COTICE TO 0111 G0STC"p
We wish to notify oar- customer
tuat we have bought out the bis; Mc Mc-Duffy
Duffy Mc-Duffy business on Exposition : street,
two blocks west of the Commarcial
Bank and will be pleased to have yoa
call In person or 'phone yoar orders,
and we will take pleasure la serrtas;
you. Oar 'phone is the same, No. 2tt.
Free and prompt delivery as osnaL j
S. A. HOSES a DIM).