The Ocala evening star

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

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

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University of Florida
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SPIELS FROM DINKELSPIEL
FUN, FACT AHD
(George V. Hobart)
PHILOSOPHY
Visdom may be food for der vise,
but der chump prefers coffee and sinkers-No
vurm efer turned ven trodded
upon if der trodder vas on his chob.
Many a worm of the dust in the form
of a man sleeps late to avoid being
caught by the early bird.
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From James Clarence Harvy vr ;
"Over the Nuts and Win
If a woman, is sure that a sweetheart '-is
is '-is lost
And the, pains' of her beart-strinas 1
wrack her, ...
Tou'll find hex so busy at counting:
the cost,-.- .--V
That then is ihe'Ume to attack ner.
VOL. 18.
OCALA. FLORIDA, MONDAY. JULY 10, 1911.
NO. -34.

OCALA

EVENING

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ambition. To rid yourself of the burden, take
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FULLER & AYER
j DENTAL SURGEONS
Office over the Munroe & Chamblb
Hank
' OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.

J.E.CHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.
OCALA - FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH

SUMMERFIELD

L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Bank
OCALA - - FIJRIDA
Phone 211
Office Hours: 8 to 12 a. m.,
1 to 5 p. m.
TERMS, CASH.

F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly
ly Promptly Might or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder
Building-, Second Floor. Phones,
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333.

EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
' DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR

Accurate Building Flans. Blue Trlnts
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
made on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at

Room 27, Holder Block
OCALA - FLORIDA

SEA DELICACIES
I have Shrimp and Crafts and
Deviled Crabs daily at my Cafe.
If you have not done so. be sure
you try my famous

35c. MERCHANTS DINNER

good

You will

find everything
to eat at

(EATINGS CAFE
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.

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Death and flurlal of Mr. Sherrlll Sum-

merfield Had a Good Fourth
Summerfield, July 6. Mr. Thomas D.
Sherrill, who came to Summerfield from
Hutchinson, Kan., a little more than a
year ago, died last Friday night from

a second attack of paralysis. Mr. Sher

rill who was 80 years old, had been ail ailing
ing ailing for quite a time when, some five
months, ago he was stricken with par paralysis,
alysis, paralysis, from which he partially recov recovered
ered recovered and seemed to be gaining, when a
week ago he had another stroke from
which he never rallied. Mr. Sherrill
was born at Springfield, 111., in 1832
and was a man of a happy and genial
character and always ready to help his
fellow man. Besides his daughter,
Mrs. Charles A. Messenger, who with
Mr. Messenger are residents of Sum Summerfield,
merfield, Summerfield, Mr. Sherrill leaves another
daughter, Mrs. Ida Marker, of Seattle,
Wash., and four sons who reside in
the north. Services were held Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Chas A. Messenger, aft after
er after which the remains were taken to
Uelleview for interment. During his
short residence here Mr. Sherrill made
many friends who mourn his loss and
extend their sincerest sympathies to
Mr. and Mrs. Messenger, To their many
friends and to those who were so kind
to Mr. Sherrill during his long illness
and who attended to him after death,
Mr. and Mrs. Messenger wish to ex

press their thanks,
Mrs. J. E. Branch went to Ocala last
Thursday to visit friends and inci incidentally
dentally incidentally to do some shopping.
Mrs. G. J. Mitchell of Bradentown,
who has been here for some, time visit visiting
ing visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mitchell,

returned to her home last Thursday,
Mr. and Ms. A. M. Blackman left
last Sunday for Lancaster, S. C, where
they will spend ten days or two weeks
visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. G. S. Collier of Maitland was
here for a few days visiting with his
relatives Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harrilson.
The dances given every Friday night
by the F. U. of A. are well attended
and the young ladies and genllemen
enjoy themselves very much.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo and fam family
ily family left last Sunday for Daytona Beach,
where the family will spend the month
of July. The trip was made in Mr.
Mayo's auto. Mr. Mayo returned Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning after seeing his fam family
ily family comfortably settled.
Many of our people spent the fourth
at Leesburg. Those who remained at
home had a royal good time celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating our glorious fourth In many ways,
the small boys making all the noise
they could with what fire works they
could purchase.
Summerfield presented a gay appear

ance last Tuesday, the fourth. Many
of the buildings were appropriately

decorated. Those worthy of note were

the local offices of the Florida National

Land Company and the National Hotel.
Many of the new settlers who had pur purchased
chased purchased lands from the company were
guests at the hotel where they spent a

most pleasant day.

MUCH UIH IN

And Velvet Ilea n Mr. Howell Advlwe
the Farmer of Marlon to Revlne
Their MetbodM
Editor Star: I have been for some
time past what might be termed a
corn and velvet bean crank. Since
getting in some returns on the recent
cantaloupe crop I am a crank cranked
up to such tension till I feel like
"somethin' am a gwine to bust, sho."
Of all the fools in the world the far farmer
mer farmer is the biggest. I know for I am
both and have been for several years.
The truckers of Marion county have
been working for the railroads, the
fertilizer factories, the crate mills and
the negroes ever since trucking has
been a business. I venture to say
there is not an outright trucker in
Marion county financially any better

fixed than he was the day he started
the business.
I believe its just as impossible for
any man to get ahead as an outright
trucker as it is for water to run uphill.
If any one doubts this statement just
look around and count up the success successful
ful successful truckers. I would be almost will willing
ing willing to promise to eat every one of
them, but any one who has followed
trucking long would be too tough to
eat. I grswit you there has been some
easy money made at trucking and so
has there been at any other gambling
scheme. Look around you and you
will find that every successful farmer
is the one who raises his own corn, his
own hay, can load a "fej." steers, can
haul off a few hogs, has a few velvet
bean and pindar seed for sale and, In
fact, does a general farming business.
Did you ever stop to think of the
Immense amount of money sent out of
the state for products which should be
produced at home mules, horses, corn,
hay, oats, meat of all kinds, canned
goods of all kinds and hundreds of
other things. This constant stream of
money flowing from our state tends to
enrich, the railroads, the merchant and
the northern farmer. Why should not
this money stay at home? There is no
place on the face of the earth where
hog feed can be produced with as lit little
tle little effort as it can in this state. The
crying need of Marion county is a

nacking house located in Ocala. Not

simply a cold storage, but a real, live,
up-to-date packing house. It matters
not how much money any man may

make if he spends it all he is certain
to die a poor man. The same thing
applies to a county, state or nation.

Just so long as this constant stream

of money continues to flow northward

for things we can and should produce

here, just so long will be remain a poor

state. We hear of this man or that
man making some fabulous amount on
an acre or acres planted in lettuce,

cabbage, beans, cantaloupes or some

thing of the kind but we are careful

not to mention the dozen or hundred

of men who have just got out by the
skin of their teeth. We want to look
this thing squarely In the face and get
down to real and up-to-date farming.
Quit working for the railroads, the fer

tilizer man, the crate mills and last

but not least, the negro.

Lets work a little more for our

selves and keep our money at home.
The day will not be long when every

160 acres In Marion county will have a

ood farmer on It. Where the cattle

tick will be a thing of the past and
fat cattle will be seen upon every hand.

Where the corn fed hog is the envy of

our northern neighbor and the razor
back is a thing of the past.

We believe that an up-to-date pack packing
ing packing house in Ocala will only hasten
this end. C. P.. Howell.

FACTS SPEAK LOUD LOUDER
ER LOUDER THAN WORDS
About fourteen years ago, there

being
check

no means

cashed.

we

to even get
organized

0 10

THE-

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BANK

CHAr.iBL SS

Ocala,

Florida

Just how the business men and
the ladie3 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 progressivenes3 its .safety
its accommodating spirit is re re-cognized
cognized re-cognized on every side.
IT SOLICITS YOUR
BANKING ACCOUNT

M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All Work Done bj Licensed Embalm Embalm-evs
evs Embalm-evs and Fully Guaranteed.

HOXEST MEDICINE VERSUS FAKES

President laits recent message sug

gesting an amendment to the Pure
Food and Drugs law In its relation to
Prepared Medicines, does not refer to
such standard medicines as Foley's

Honey and Tar Compound and Foley

Kidney Pills, both of which are true
medicines carefully compounded of in

gredients whose medicinal qualities

are recognized by the medical profes

sion itself as the best known remedial

agents for the diseases they are in

tended to counteract. For over three

decades Foley's Honer and Tar Com

pound has been a standard remedy for
coughs, colds and affections of the

throat, chest and lungs for children

and for grown persons, and it retains

today its pre-eminence above all other

preparations of its kind. Foley Kid
ney Pills are equally effective and mer

itorious. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.

HALL C A M E AT COOTER POXD

J. T. BROWN
CONTRACTOR FOR
ARTESIAN WELLS
Artesian and Irrigation Work a
Specialty
Satisfaction guaranteed. For in information
formation information apply to
J. T. BROWN,
Box 285 Ocala, Fla.

o'clock his horse attempted to fly home
instead of run. Guess who.
Mr. J. F. Martin, Miss Tiney Holly
nd Peter Holly dined Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Smith.
Messrs. II. B. Mock and Mr. D. F.
Stebleton have formed a partnership
and are moving the Higgins mill to
a timber track belonging to Mr. J. M.
Mock, and will in a few days be saw

ing lumber.
Mr. S. E. Smith and son Coke spent
the 4th in Jacksonville, where Mr.
Smith went to meet his mother who
has been spending some time with her
sons at Leno, Fla.
Mr. Hoy Holly of near Grahamville
was in our section last week.
Mr. J. C. Pillans has installed a new

gasoline engine with which he now

bountifully supplies his house, lot, etc.
with good fresh water. Mr. Pillans

proposes in the near future to arrange

to irrigate his garden and grove.

Mr. G. W. Waters, one of our very
best citizens, has been rather unwell

the past, few days. We trust he is

better at this writing.

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 teaspoonful. It acts direct directly
ly directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and estimonials. Ad Address:
dress: Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.

YOU MUST CONFESS

After using Hall's Texas Wonder for

kidney, bladder and rheumatic trouble,
that it has merit. It gives quick and

permanent relief. Seldom one bottle

fails to cure. Write for local testimo

nials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street,

St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.

EUREKA

ELECTRA

In the afternoon at the picnic at

cooler I'onu, July 4th, there was a

baseball game between Oak Vale and

Montbrook. The Montbrook boys
brought quite a crowd of girls on a

straw ride over to witness the game
but think they wished, after the game

ror sometning iaster than mules, so

as to rush the girls home, and we feel j aturt3

quite sure tnat trie girls were ashamed
of the boys and hope they will learn
how to play ball before they try it
again, as the Oak Vale boys gave them
a shut out. The game resulted in a
score of 8 to 0 in favor of the Oak Vale
team. Batteries were: Oak Vale, Smith
and Chitty; Montbrook, Limbaugh and
Lennon,

SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY

DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col Col-lege
lege Col-lege of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Located at the Jonea Hospital oa Sooth
First Street. West
OCALA, FLORIDX.
All Calls Promptly Answered.

VTTTirc ATITITAT AVATI171? We have the best line of hair brush-

JlIJUXO VllIllviyiiAll'JLr es. combs and other toilet articles In
. f oa Stomach TuouatE an 'J Constitution the city. The Court Pharmacy.

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

Electra, July a. We have enjoyed
several refreshing showers the past
week.
Mr. O. H. Rogers and wife and Mrs.
Ed Rogers and little Edwin, Jr., pass passed
ed passed through our burg Saturday en route
to Lake Weir, where they dined with
Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Henrv.

Mr. Charles Pillans, after a brief
visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Pillans. returned Saturday to his home!
at Terrell. i
Master Robert Rogers of Lynne

visited his friend. Master Coke Smith

ay.

The cruel and brutal murder last
week of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Higgins,

an aged and highly respected counle.

has cast a gloom over our entire
neighborhood. They were buried at
the Electra cementry Thursday morn morning.
ing. morning. An arrest has been made and

new developments are eagerly await

ed.
Rev. Mr. Luter preached to a large
audience at the school house last Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon after Sunday school
services.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Smith. their
daughter, Elma and Miss Emmie Hutto
visited at Lynne last Wednesday and
dined at the ideal home of Mr. and
Mrs. O .H. Rogers.
Mr. Ernest Roberts of the Lynne
section, attended services here Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr. Gus Waters suffered a severe
shaking up Saturday, his fiery young
mule running away and spilling him.
The wagon was a wreck and he car carried
ried carried the remains to the shop at Ocala
Monday.
One young "Moss Bluffer" called on
his girl Sunday night and when he
bade her good night at about 10

Eureka, July 5. Dr. G. B. Parramore

spent a few days in Ocala last week.
Bro. W. L. Cowart and Bro. Jones
both delivered fine sermons here Sun1

day morning. There was a large crowd

present. Among those who attended
church from the country were Messrs.

Fred and R. Brinson, J. C. Hales and

Ed Moorman of Conner, Frank Mc-

Quaig, Wade Hastings, Gilbert Proc

tor and others.

Mr. L. B. Marsh spent Sunday with

his family. Mr. Marsh is looking after

the Interest of the Ocala Northern

near Palatka. He says the road is be

ing completed rapidly.

A party of young people from Pa Palatka
latka Palatka passed through here last week

in an auto en route to the derrick near

Gore's landing.

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cowart of Fort

McCoy spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr
U. B. Parramore of this place.
Mr. Benjamin Brinson made a flyin

trip to Fort McCoy last Saturday aft

ernoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hogan spent Sun

day with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brinson of

this place.

Mr. J. C. Hales made a flying trip

down the river from Conner last week

looking after his raft of timber.

Fodder pulling and planting pota

toes is all the go here now. All the

farmers are busy.

Mr. James F. Marsh made a business

trip here Monday.

The Misses Waldron of Bay Lake are

spending a few weeks with their aunt

Mrs. A. J. Albritton of Daisy.

The fish fry and picnic at Gore's

landing on the fourth was well at

tended and enjoyed by all.

Mr. R. A. Hogan made a flying trip

to Ocala Monday.

Mr. J. C. Hales and Ed Moorman of

Conner spent last Sunday with Mr,

Hale's sister, Mrs. J. R. Hogan of this

place.
Among those who attended the pic

nic near Conner on the fourth from
here were Mr. R. A. Hogan and son,
Roy, Mr. James Marsh and several oth others
ers others whose names the writer has for forgotten.
gotten. forgotten. Mr. L. B. Marsh made a flying trio
to Ocala last Sunday night.

iniin

The taiveraor Gives a Sufficient Ex Explanation
planation Explanation of Ills Veto of the Mae
OTIoek Salooa Cloning; Bill
Tallahassee, July 10. Governor Gil Gilchrist,
christ, Gilchrist, rather nettled by the unjust at attacks
tacks attacks made on him for his veto of the
nine o'clock closing law for saloons,
has sent the following circular to the
state press:
My attention has been invited to the
fact that some papers have been cri criticising
ticising criticising my action in vetoing what is
known as the 9 o'clock closing law for

saloons. The following is a quotation

from the bill:

'That from and after the passage of

this act, it shall be unlawful for any

person, firm or corporation, to sell, bar

ter, exchange or give away any spiri spirituous,
tuous, spirituous, vinous or malt liquors between
the house of 9 o'clock p. m. of one day
and 6 o'clock a. m. of the succeeding
day.

'Provided, that it shall be unlawful

for any such person, firm or corporation
to sell, barter, exchange or give away
any such spirituous, vinous or malt

liquors between the hours of 9 o'clock

m. on Saturdays and 6 o'clock a. m.

of the succeeding Monday; and

'Provided further, the provisions of

this act shall not apply to hotels con containing
taining containing seventy-five or more rooms
and at which said hotels where meals
are served and where such spirituous,

vinous or malt liquors are served with
each meal by such hotels to bona fide
guests."

Under the provisions of this bill no

one could have served wine or beer at

any little party during the hours

stated without becoming a law-break

er; no one could have given any such

liquors in case of sickness, during

such hours, without being a lawbreak lawbreaker,
er, lawbreaker, and no minister of the gospel
could have served wine as a sacra

ment during such hours, without be-

ng a law-breaker. This would have

been a bonanza for a saloon located

a one of the seventy-five room hotels
n Jacksonville, St. Augustine or else

where. During such hours they would
have had an absolute monopoly. In

order for any one to buy a five or ten

cent glasts of beer, he would have had

to register and at least have taken a
meal in order to become a bona fide
guest, thus costing his family 75
cents to $1 for a 5 cent drink. With Without
out Without any such discrimination in favor
of the seventy-five room hotel. I pre

sume the advocates of the bill thought

that such a measure would have driv driven
en driven many tourists out of the state.
Some one might consider that they

were selling out the "higher moral
principles" for the "filthy lucre" of
the tourists. If you can find as many

as ten men who actually favor the

provisions of such a law, kindly let
me know. I wish to send them a lit

tle souvenir. As for myself. I would

nave resigned the ortlce or governor
before I would have approved the

sa'me. I have vetoed all kinds of bills.

io one has ever yet accused me of

selling out for the miserable, intangi

ble hope of a vote for future office

This is as bad, if not worse", than sell

ing your vote for cash. 4

The last two pages of my biennial
message to the legislature refer to

nine of the business methods employ

ed during this administration. Any

two of them are worthy of the life of

any administration. Upon my recom

mendation, the last legislature passed

an act establishing a hospital for the

indigent and crippled children of Flo

rida. I hope that some day this will

grow into a second John Hopkins in institute.
stitute. institute. I would rather have been in

strumental in accomplishing such leg

is lation than to have been the gov

ernor of Florida.
Yours very truly,
Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor.

DIAMOND BREAST PIX LOST

Lost on the atreets of Ocala Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning; July Ktb, a ladies eres-eeat-shaped
breast pin set with six
diamonds, five of them In tbe ereseent
and the sixth making; a star. Was
lost between the following; points. It is
supposed: From Melver & Mae Kay's
store, office and up-stairs, Khelnauer's
store. Little's Shoe Parlor, llelvenston
& Pasteur's store, Masters store, the
Court Pharmacy and the I'ostofflee
Drugstore. The finder of the pin will
le liberally rewarded by returning; to
the Star office.

STANTON

SAVES TWO LIVES

"Neither my sister nor myself might
be living today, if it had not been for
Dr. King's New Discovery," writes A.
D. McDonald of Fayetteville, N. C, R.
F. D. No. S. for we both had frightful
coughs that no other remedy could
help. We were told my sister had
consumption. She was very weak and
had night sweats but your wonderful
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the best I ever used or heard of." For
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lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup,
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Company.

Stanton, July 5. The Lake Weir W.
C. T. U. gave a picnic under the pret pretty
ty pretty shade trees near the lake at Stan Stanton
ton Stanton yesterday to celebrate the fourth
of July. The decorations were red,
white and blue bunting. And a little
U. S. flag was pinned on each guest
as a souvenir of the occasion. The
table was loaded with good things to
eat, "cooked and served in a neat and
attractive way. A good number were
present. After dinner there was a
short program of singing songs to suit
the occasion and addresses from Rev.
Lawrence Jones of Weirsdale, Rev. W.
J. Mace of Lady Lake and Rev. Albert Albert-son
son Albert-son of Candler. The speaking was ap appreciated
preciated appreciated and enjoyed by all.

All are glad to learn that Mrs. V. P.
Kelsey, who has been sick for more
than two weeks, is improving. It is
wished by her many friends that she
will soon be well and among them
again.
Miss Matilda Pasteur of Lake Weir
is the guest of Miss Pearl Kelsey. We
were all glad to see her at the picnic

yesterday.
Misses Elsie and Annie Morrison of
Oklawaha are visiting in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood among their old school .ates.
The watermelon season is over but
those who expect to follow it next
year will soon be preparing ground for
the next crop. There were more cars
of melons shipped from this place this
season than ever before.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1911

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.

R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.

JH. Benjamin, Editor.

UNION STATION FOB OCALA

The Board of Trade's move Friday
night toward securing a union pas passenger
senger passenger station for Ocala has naturally
caused considerable speculation as to
where this ornament to our city should
be placed.
The logical point seems to be the
crossing of the Seaboard and Coast
Line, but this place, while it would be
all right for the first named road i3
open to two grave objections from the
latter. The first is, being at the bot bottom
tom bottom of a long grade, it would give a
heavy train no chance to gather' head headway
way headway before commencing to climb the
incline. The second, and greater one,
Is that once in a while a car gets away
.at the top of the hill and runs amuck
through the yards, sometimes not stop stopping
ping stopping for a mile or two. While no ser serious
ious serious accident has ever occurred on
this account, the danger would.be ten tenfold
fold tenfold increased by an often crowded
passenger station at the crossing.

Some have advocated the Coast Line
changing Its line at the junction at the
north end of town, following the line
of the Dunnellon branch to the Sea

board, then crossing and runnin

parallel with the Seaboard to the lime

works south of town, where it could

use its lime kiln track back to the

main line, and when this was, done for
the union station to be built at the
Exoositlon street crossing of the two

roads, where the Ocala Northern and

Ocala Southwestern could join them-

also, the Coast Line abandoning the

present line through town.

The principal objection to this is
that It would virtually confiscate the
Coast Line's valuable property right in
the center of the city. We have no
Idea that the railroad would do this
of its own accord, and the only way

the city could have it done would be to
condemn and pay for the property. We
don't know that any law exists for
such a. stpn. and we are auite sure the

city can't raise the necessary money.

The lime kiln branch of 'the Coast
Line was never intended for a main
Hne. It has two grades on it, one as

steep and the other steeper than the

one up from the Seaboard crossing;

and In order to make the track prae

ticable for through traffic a cutting at
least twenty feet in depth would have
to be made through Orange avenue and
bridged. The Star hasn't consulted any
railroad man about it, but it doesn't

believe the route could be changed for

less than $100,000.

" The Coast Line would have to bear

the brunt of any Of the changes. It

already has a line that suits it very

well and an adequate passenger sta station
tion station in the center of the city. It would

be foolish to give up its advantages

and we doubt that it could be compell

ed to do so.

On the other hand, any of the pro

posed changes would probably suit the
Seaboard very well. It ought to build

a new passenger station anyway, for

the present one is entirely out of har

mory with the size and good looks of
the city; and a union station either at

its own crossing, or on Exposition

street would be comparatively little

trouble and expense for it. But it

would be more just to require it to

build a line up town it already has
a track over half the distance and run
its trains into the Coast Line station
and back them out .again; than to re require
quire require the Coast Line to rebuild at the
Seaboard crossing and stop its pas passenger
senger passenger trains there.
The Star sees no chance of an union
station, with anything like justice for
the two roads, except in the far north
of town; and that now. and for many

grapefruit. Our display last year was

rather skinny. It made a bad impres impression
sion impression on some and might have made a

better on all. Lets do something this
year to encourage our own people and

make the visitor think our barns aj-o

bursting with plenty.

Let the ladies work with their intel

ligent ideas and nimble finger for a

superfine display of needlework and

preserved fruit and vegetables. The
latter will be particularly attractive.

They have only so far given an index
of what they can do. Let them turn

out a full volume this time.

Horses, cattle and hogs come next in

order, and every manufacturing enter

prise, however small, should have an
exhibit of Its best work. Woods and
minerals are of prime importance. As
soon as the county schools start for

the season, the teachers and pupils
should begin to work for exhibits.

Marion County's Fair is something

all can help to make a success. Begin

to work now, if you haven't already

done so.

Judging by one sentence, which we

carefully marked out. Governor Gil

christ includes the Star among the

papers that criticised his veto of the

nine o'clock closing law. The Star

never approved of the bill. It never
Saw anything in it to promote tem

perance. It has never been classed

as an administration organ, but it
has generally considered Albert W.

Gilchrist a very good governor and ap

proved of most of his official acts.

The following from the Emporia cor- j

respondent of the Volusia County Re- i
cord is just about the limit: "Uncle J

Senile say? that he 'raos' alius notis
that when a feller gets a 'spress pack

age f'um Jacksonville, he is purty suah

to have a bilious attack.' We are won wondering
dering wondering if the recent indisposition of

Mr. Palmer was preceded by an express
package."

Chis Codrington, of the DeLand
News, seems to continue out of sorts
with the world. Chris has a bad case

of sour. Banner.

That's where you are mistaken. Cod Codrington
rington Codrington is as cheerful as anyone, but
he is more given to speaking out in
meeting than most of us.

F. R. McCormack of Live Oak
president of the Florida Press Asso-.
eiation, has appointed Mr. F. E. Har Harris
ris Harris of the Ocala Banner as a delegate
to the National Editorial Association
which meets in Detroit, Mich., July
1 8to 20.

It begins to look like reciprocity
will go through the Senate unamended.

They had another "athletic exhibi exhibition"
tion" exhibition" in Jacksonville Sunday. That is,
Jacksonville walloped Savannah by
4 to 1 at the baseball park.

Judging by the report on the Com Commercial,
mercial, Commercial, Leesburg was one Florida
town that had a good, old fashioned
fourth.

INTEREST IS INCREASING

Id the Union Meeting; A Large At Attendance
tendance Attendance at the Methodist Church
I,HMt Mght
' That the union services are to be
very popular in Ocala was proven last
night by the very large congregation
gathered in the Methodist church to

jhear a sermon by Dr. W. H. Dodge,

pastor or the Presbyterian church. .Not

only was the main auditorium filled

but the annex was also well patroniz

ed.

Last Sunday evening the Rev. J. P..

Ley requested the ladies to come to
these meetings minus their hats. The

only exception he made was that bald-

headed ladies might wear theirs. Now
if the ladies at the church have adopt adopted
ed adopted that rule there must be a splendid

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WORK FOR THE FAIR

years to come, would De-very incon- opening in this town for a wig maker.

venient for the traveling public. It I for there must have been a small

would suit people able to pay hack J crowd of bald-headed women present

fare, but it would mean a long, tire- a suggestion has been made that
some walk for a majority of the trav- one of our pastors deliver a sermon on

eling public. "Selfishness," illustrated by the utter

And while we are talking on the I selfishness of a woman who sits under

subject of railroad routes, we would an open umbrella, knowing that none

remind the Coast Line that it is past behind her can see the preacher.

time for it to build that new freight Another suggestion has been made

depot, take the old one out of the mid- that the ushers keep a section of the

die or Osceola avenue and strighten its church exclusively for hat wearers.

line through the south end of town. I where each will have to take the same

Both the railroad and the city will I medcine, but the best one we have had

look and feel better when this is done, lyet is that each church decorate the

sides of the building with mirrors and

large hooks. The ladies will then be
requested to hang up their hats, and
the ushers will place a card on each

with the owner's name in letters large

enough to be read all over the church

After the service, by the aid of the
mirrors they can be sure that the

thing gets on straight.

Mr. C. F. Noble, the representative

from Columbia College, sang the song,

No Room for Jesus." Mr. Dodge took

for his text the whole of the 132nd

Psalm, and intimated 'that it was fortu

nate that it was not the 119th and his

theme was Christian unity not, as he

remarked Christian union. He com commenced
menced commenced by drawing a difference be

tween the two and said that while the

human mind was constituted as it is

there was bound to be different creeds

and different beliefs, but while this

was the case yet there could be a unity

of brotherly love not only among the

members of one church one with an

other, but as between the members of

one church with the members of an another
other another church, because each church

member as he sees it is or should be a

follower of Jesus Christ and therefore

brethren

He spoke of the terrible drawback

to the evangelizing and Christianizing

of the world is the want of church

unity and brotherly love among church

neonle. That while members of fra-

rians ana apecuirauous r urnisueu ternal societies are verv particular

about brotherly love and unity, that the

membership has for each other, some

that while that army marched shoulder

to shoulder and step to step, that they

hould be divided into companies of

Baptists, Methodists, Christians. Pres

byterians, etc.. as ea'ch could win a
share of the fight neither of the oth

ers could accomplish.

It will be something over four
months before the Marion County Fair
opens, but the president and secretary
are planning and working for it, a'nd

right now is not any too soon for the
people' at large to begin to help them.
Particularly does this apply to the
farmers, every man and his wife of
whom should consider what he or she
can do in the way of agricultural ex exhibits,
hibits, exhibits, for these are the real
foundations of every country fair. Let
them begin to watch their farm pro products
ducts products with a view of bringing the best
looking and most unusual to the faif.
We particularly want a brave agricul agricultural
tural agricultural exhibit it will bear more weight
than all else. Let none hobi back for
fear of not winning a prize. A big.
healthy display of farm products will

be for the common good, and everyone

who contributes thereto will be a pa

triot. It will make any man or woman
proud to see a big building full of corn,

potatoes and pumpkins, of oranges and

C. J. PHILLIPS

Contractor and Builder

Upon Request.
129 South Third Street
OCALA FLORIDA

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

tion. Fit, price and quality guaranteed.

JERRY BURNETT
The Tailor,

OCALA, V. FLORIDA.

churches are so lacking in this virtue

that those outside its portals claim

that there is no evidence of love or fel

lowship among the elect that would

justify them in joining the same. Thi

ithe worthy doctor regarded as a grea

i mistake on their part, for while thert'

is a want of unity and b'rotherlv love

at time in all churches, yet the same

want is often seen in the family fo

no matter how much thev love each

other in their hearts yet like children

they often quarrel and dispute, but

when it comes to promoting the inter

est of the family or in the case of ill

health of one of their number all
thoughts of self are set aside and all

jjoin most lovingly in doing everything

that love can suggest to help the af

filcted one.

In the matter of the impossibility o

uniting all lines of creed or doctrine h

said that if all men thought and be

lieved alike there would be but on

school of philosophy, one political party

and but. one line of commercial action

He represented the Christian army a

a military one and even as tor the best

accomplishment of the aims of tha

army it is divided into artillery, cav

elry and infantry. So for the best in

terests of the church in the advance

ment of Christ's kingdom it was well

The above is a plot of the pretty new Subdivision Chautauqua
Villa, on the high bluff, of the north side of beautiful Lake Weir,
the most lovely sheet of pure water in the state. This property is
the last available tract that will be subdivided and placed von the
market. It is located on the lake front, 800 feet southwest from
the Agnew Dock, and is part of the old Chautaugua Picnic grounds;
The lots are covered with stately live and water oaks, a hard clay
road has been built from Lake boulevard to the Ocala and Lake
Weir hard road. The size of each lot is marked on the plot. The
prices are as follows: Lots Nos. 1 to 8 $500 each, 9 to 16 $350 each,

17 to 24 $250 each, 25 to 32 $150. For further information apply to :
F W. DITTO, Ocala, FHa. dr. G. IL-ECSE, East ILalrse IFflsi.

LEESBUKG LOCALS

HAPPIEST GIRL IX LINCOLN

A Lincoln, Xeb., girl writes, "I had

been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I

began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and in three days I

was able to be up and got better right
along. I am the proudest girl in Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln to find such a good medicine." For
sale by all dealers.

WANTED A stenographer. Will
have to begin upon small salary. Ac

curate 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 G04, Ocala.

(Commercial)
Col. II. M. Hampton. J. Fred DeBar DeBar-ry
ry DeBar-ry and R. C. Muncaster of Ocala. were
visitors to the city Monday.
Mrs. W. V. Weathers, of York, came
down Saturday and spent the fourth
with her sister, Mrs. D. E. Davidson.
Mrs. W. T. Cole, a former resident of
Leesburg, now living in Ocala. is the
guest of Mrs. Lula Allen.
During the thunder and rain storm
Sunday two mules and one horse be belonging
longing belonging to County Commissioner J. F.
McClendon were killed by lightning on
his place west of town.
On the first of this month. R. L
Marsh purchased the interest of J. F.
Alsobrook in the Diamond Drugstore,
and with Mr. Riles will conduct the
business as heretofore. Mr. Marsh
came to Leesburg from Ocala last fall
since which time he has been in E. H.

j Mote's office as bookkeeper. In Ocala
j as well as Leesburg he bears an envia envia-j
j envia-j ble reputation, always attending strict-
ly to business.

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SPECIAL PRICE THIS WEEK

Corn lleef 1 pound Cans 18c
Roaxt lleef, 1 pound (hdh lhc
Oheliyk Flour 24 pound Hacks SOe
Sugar HI pounilH $1.4)0
Six Har Octagon Soap "Te
Hull Head Jelly In glass 8c
Cottoiene, 2 pound bucket 25c
Cottolenr, JO pound bucket $1.30
While Onion per quart 5c
Ilest Pat Flour U barrel in wood.92.95
Star Ilamx 15 to 10 pound. unout.lTV'aC
Six rami in a. WaNblne Powder. .25c
Jackson Square 1 pound Tint
Heat of Coffee 25c
Walter Maker' Chocolate 1 pound
Cakes 35c
Pink Salmon, 1 pound Cans 15e
Campbell's Catsup in Ilottles 8c
BUY YOUR
HAY, GRAIN, and FEED
STUFF of ALL KINDS.
ALSO
Staple Groceries in
Original UNBROKEN
Packages, n o goods
sold otherwise.
r
Hides, Poultry and Eggs Bought
and Sold.
PHONE 266 AND 381
A. M. BOBBITT,
THE FEED MAN
58 South Main St. Ocala, Fia.
FREE DEI1VERY

DEATH IX A ROARING FIRE
May not result from the work of fire firebugs,
bugs, firebugs, but often severe burns are caus caused
ed caused that make a quick need for Buck Buck-len's
len's Buck-len's Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest,
cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils,
sores. It subdues inflammation. It kills
pain. It soothes and heals. Drives off
skin eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only
25c. at Tydings & Co.

FIXE FARM FOR SALE

t A splendid farm of 160 acres of good
j pine land, 120 acres cleared and well

i fenced. Good out buildings and plenty

of them; splendid water; large and
comfortable new dwelling. Not a foot
of waste land on the place and it is a
high grade of pine. Has twenty acres
as fine corn and twelve acres of cotton

as any one can show; no fertilizer used.
Located 1 i miles from Dallas and
right on county line of Marion and

Sumter. Trice $2000. Apply at Star
office for further particulars and own owner's
er's owner's name and address.

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the board
of county commissioners of Marion
county. Florida, will receive sealed bids
at their regular meeting on Tuesday,
August Sth. 1111, at the court house in
Ocala. for linking one 10-inch sewer or
drainage well at the new county jail,
in ocala. Parties making bids to in include
clude include all material and labor for such
work. J. V. Crosby,
Chairman Board of County Commis Commissioners,
sioners, Commissioners, Marion County, Florida.
S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.

NOTICE

Notice is hereby :iven that the boar.!
of county commissioners, at their reg regular
ular regular meeting, Tuesday, August Sth.
1111, will receive sealed bids at the
court house in Ocala for the supplying
of mattresses, pillows and blankets for
all bunks in the new county jail, at
Ocala, same to be of the best and most
durable material, usually used for such
purpose, and to be fitted to each bunk
in the jail. J. W Crosbv.

j Chairman Board of County Commis-
sioners. Marion County, Florida.

S. T. Sistrunk,

Clerk.

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MATHEWS' TRUE FRUIT SYRUP MAKES A REFRESHING
DRINK THESE HOT 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 ."Melba." V.
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 jLltlba".
LIMA BEAN SAUCE
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
or watercress.

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PHONES 16 & 174

: HARVEY CLARK, Proprietor.

If you smoKe you win De Interestefl
in the best line of cigars In the city
at the Court Pharmacy.

NOTICE
Of Final THIemriit and IH-ekarsr
Notice is hereby ;:ven that on the
14th day of February. A. D. the
undersigned will present my accounts

and vouchers to the Honorable Joseph (

ueii, juase or prooate m ami lor iiar iiar-ion
ion iiar-ion county. Florida, anil will make my
final settlement and will apply for final
discharge as such guardian.
Martha Ida Brooks.
As Guardian of Winnie. Delia and
Flora Brooks, Minors.
This July 10, 1911.

Magnificent New Resident Addition to Occla
IF O K.T E I M B
There is No Better .Investment. Lots Sold on Easy Terms. Prices IUa
from $45 to $21 per Lot. Ask at the Star Ofice for Plat. For Fmvt&cr
Information, Call on H. D. Stokes, tu U. Murray or fit. IL CarrolL



OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1911.

BASEBALL TOMORROW
COMING IN SLOWLY

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

WE LEADIN

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

KNIGHT & LANG,
IT IS FAN SKA SOX
And we are not alluding to baseball
either. But those hot days make the
breeze dispensing electrical fans ne necessary"
cessary" necessary" in every office, store, factory
and home. Our business is to install
these and take care of them as well as
furnishing all kinds of electrical sup supplies
plies supplies for every purpose. We are very
reasonable in charges and prompt in
our work.
II. V. TI CKER
Corner South First Street and Osce Osceola
ola Osceola Avenue. .PHOYE300
NEARLY ALL IN
telligent people realize the value to
health and comfort of being able to
indulge in a daily bath. Even ani animals,
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
ble reliable and scientific plumbers, like
those those of
THE OCALA PLUMBING AND
ELECTRIC COMPANY
TIME TO CELEBRATE
When you order any of our
SEA FOOD SPECIALS
For the Fourth or any other day. Our
market is the one to serve you with
the best and choicest sea food.
V. P. EDWARDS
Phone 108 New City Market.
OCTAL A, FLORIDA.
HUNTER THE LOCKSMITH
MEND4 IMBHK.LLXS, FILES SAWS
Repairs Locks, Fits or Makes Keys,
Repairs Guns, Etc., Etc., In a
Ironipt and Workmanlike
Manner.
CALL ON OR SEND FOR HIM
He Can Either do Your Work or
Have It Done.
Corner North and Oranxr Streets
(Opposite Sraoak's Shop)
OCALA FLORIDA

OUR LINE

Ocala, Florida
If. S. CALLOWAY
F. A. MOILTON
GALLOWAY & MOULTON
CONTRACTORS 8 BUILDERS
PLANS AND ESTIMATES Fl KNISHKD
P. O. HOY 273 OCALA, FLA.
MR. TENCH EXPLAINS
Editor Sun: Please permit me space
in which to correct an error reported
in yesterday's issue of the Sun, which,
unintentionally, does an injustice to
the Ocala Elks' ball team. That plucky
sportsman, Mr. Ted Drake, exalted
ruler of the Ocala lodge, was catching
for Ocala, and had his hand badly in injured,
jured, injured, forcing him to retire from the
game. The Ocala lodge having no oth other
er other catcher Mr. Bullock was substitut substituted,
ed, substituted, with the full consent of the Gaines
ville players. Respectfully,
B. M. Tench.
Gainesville,. July 8, 1910.
One of the best things "about the
Elks' game was that the players
dn't forget their fraternal feeling In
he contest. We haven't heard of any
one "getting sore, and almost wish
hat baseball could be confined to
odge teams. That is, if all lodges
were like the Gainesville and Ocala
Elks.
HAMPTON-MVEBS
Mr. Ralph Hampton and Miss Collie
Myers, a young couple from Cornell,
were united in marriage by Judge
Bell in his office Saturday afternoon.
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.
jfOO per lot. F. W. Ditto, Ocala, Fla.
.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 Pr.
King's New Life Pills fixed me ajl right.
They're simply great." Try them for
any stomach, liver or kidney trouble.
Onlq 25c. at Tydings & Co.
STORE FOR RENT
A well located and most desirable
store building for rent. Possession
within 30 days. Apply at the Star of office.
fice. office. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
Is effective for coughs and colds in
either children or grown persons. No
opiates, no harmful drugs. In the yel yellow
low yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Sold
in Ocala by the Court Pharmacy.
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.
Norrls famous Atlanta candles, a
high grade confection, received every
few days by express direct from tbe
factory at the Court Pharmacy.
R, H. Dunwoody of Atlanta. R. S.
Clark and wife of Tampa, W. J. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers of Tampa, C. S. Handlee of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. W. J. Rogers of Tavares, O.
C. Gammasre of Abbott and C L.
Brooks of Inverness were Saturday
night guests of the Ocala House.
The finest line of stationery In boxes
of paper and envelopes and paper by
the pound that has ever been brought
to Ocala. Two grades of it at the Court
Pharmacy.
Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
Liniment freely. It will remove the
soreness and quickly restore the parts
to a healthy condition. For sale by all
dealers.
Serve PLEZOL to your ramlls.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink
PLEZOL.
J. B. Cason and D. E. Sutton of Ter Terrell.
rell. Terrell. L. H. Singletary and D. Dun Dun-woody
woody Dun-woody 'of Jacksonville, A. B. Danforth
of Savannah and John George of
Brunswick were Saturday night guests
of the Montezuma.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c.
room in the city.
Mr. Amos W. Braselton arrived from
Atlanta Saturday afternoon. He is at
the Ocala. House.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the

Postoffice Drugstore.

K. of P. meet this evening.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Rebekab.3 meet Wednesday night.
F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
If you want a Merry Widow, see
Hamp.
If you are looking for something up-to-date
in frames, call at Mills studio.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
Mr. C. W. Gray of Pensaeola is in
the city a guest of the Ocala House.
TO LOAN $750 on city Teal prop property.
erty. property. Address P. O. Box 583. city.
Mr. H. T. Thornton of Burbank is a
guest of the Montezuma.
Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It is healthful and invigorating.
We regret to learn that Mrs. Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton of Montague is very sick.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c
Buttermilk, t fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
When you have anything to frame
take it to the Ocala News Co.; all kinds
of mouldings.
You can get anything from a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills
studio.
The best line of moulding and
frames in Ocala can be found at Mills'
studio.
Mr. B. K. Chambers and little Miss
Gladys Burry of Irvine were" in the
city today.
Striped and dotted rainproof foul foulards
ards foulards are attractive for hoods for mo motoring.
toring. motoring. Mr. P. Franklin, of Jacksonville,
a machinery salesman, is at the Ocala
House:
Your kodak work can be finished in
two to three days if you leave it at
Mills' studio.
The prettiest line of cut glass, silver
and fine hand-painted china at A. E.
Burnett's
Miss Mayme McGrevv of Gainesville
was a guest of the Ocala House Sat
urday night.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
now.
A. J. Albritton of Daisy and H. D.
Douglas of Calvary were at the Mon Montezuma
tezuma Montezuma Sunday.
Two good leaders: Peroxide Cream
and Beck's Cold Cream at the Court
Pharmacy.
W. A. llaile of Gainesville and A. L.
Wells of Trilby were at the Monteau
ma yesterday.
- WANTED To buy 25 to 75 head of
range hogs for cash. F. W. Ditto,
Ocala, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Liddon of
Jacksonville are visiting Mr. Lid-
don's aunt, Mrs. M. H. llatchell.
WANTED A quart or two quarts of
bird's eye red peppers. Apply at Star
office.
Mrs. Frank Mustin returned yester yesterday
day yesterday morning from a visit to relatives
at Campville and Hawthorne.
M. J. Roess is a strong lumber deal dealer
er dealer of Ocala in today on business.
Tampa Times, 8th.
When you are happy drlnK PLEZOL
When you are dry drink PLEZOL.
When you look for prosperity drink
PLEZOL,
Miss Mamie Goodwin of Kansas City
arrived Saturday night, and is a guest
of her brother, Mr. F. C. Goodwin, the
efficient and accommodating night
clerk at the Ocala House.
Our line of cutlery, scissors and
articles for the manicure table will
appeal to you. See them at the Covt
Pharrrucy.
Mr. E. P. Rentz and children expect
to leave Wednesday for Asheville, N.
C, where they will spend the balance
of the summer.
Geo. IT. Kodke of Elgin, 111., James
Miller of Atlanta and M. B. Higgins
of Minneapolis, were at the Ocala
House Sunday night.
5 or 6 doses 6G6 will cure any case
of Chills. and Fever. Price, 25c.
W. H. Caldwell of Tampa, C. W.
Gray of Pensacola and Mrs. J. C. Mc Mc-Grew
Grew Mc-Grew of Gainesville were at the Ocala
House Sunday niht.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
S1.05c.
For 80c.
One Jar Sunbeam Preserves. .. .25 Cle.
One Bottle Sunbeam Salad Dres-
mIdk 25 Ct.
One Buttle Sunbeam Catsup
,15 Cte.
One Pint Bottle Suulieam Grape-
julee 25 Cte,
One Gla Sunbeam Peanut But Butter
ter Butter i:
Cte.
f 1.05
All these for KO cents and every one
guaranteed to be the best.
Baxter Carn
SUCCESSOR to MARTIN & CARS

Mr.

range rnents with the Leesburg base baseball
ball baseball team for n match game here to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon with the local team.
Our boys played in Leesburg at the
opening of the season and lh,e score
was 2 to 0 in Oeala's favor and it was
a nme-mmng game, too. ua-eball
lovers can count on seeing a real ex exciting
citing exciting same at the South Magnolia
street diamond tomorrow and then
the association needs your entrance
fee.
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Mrs. D. J. Burnett announces the
engagement of her daughter, Miss
Agnes, to Mr. O. W. Cordero. The
marriage will take place at Mrs. Bur
nett s home m the third ward Wed
nesday evening, July 19th, and the
young people will leave on the'early
morning train for a visit to Washing Washington
ton Washington and Baltimore. The bride to be is
one of Oeala's prettiest young ladies.
and the groom, the chief clerk at the
Seaboard, an excellent young man.
who has made a solid footing for
himself in Ocala by his integrity and
courtesy.
BIG FEATURE FILM
AT THE TEMPLE TONIGHT
"Waiting for the Midnight Express,"
one of the best pictures ever run. full
of life and action from start to finish,
not a minute that you will not be held
spellbound and watching for the re
sults; the plot to rob the express, the
watchman suspects, the sights he sees
in his dream, the way he holds the
robbers while he telephones for help
and at last gets the well earned re reward,
ward, reward, are worth three times the ad
mission. Two other fine subjects at
the big cool theater tonight. Come
and spend an hour at the Temple and
see the best show for the price you
ever saw.
DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
Of fleet 203
Residence 295
W. C. T. U. MEETING
The Womans' Christian Temperance
Union will meet at the M. E. church
tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.
On account of the rain the regular
June meeting of the union was not
held, and as important business urges,
a special meeting is called. These
temperance meetings are of much
pleasure and profit to those who at attend
tend attend and a large number is expected to
be present.
UP-TO-DATE MAPS
Latest maps of Florida and all oth other
er other states at Ballard's.
L. T. L. PARTY
The Loyal Temperance Legion had
a jollification and watermelon party
at Mrs. G. W. Martin's. There were
nineteeen present and quite an amount
of business was attended to. Robert
Blake presided with all the officers
present except the corresponding sec
retary and treasurer. There Is a big
and pleasant surprise for next meet
ing so all be sure and come. Next
meeting place will be announced later.
May everj' man and woman and child
pray with these workers and help
carry out their prayers for their vic
tory may depend on you. There were
ten bouquets carried last month and
three visits made."" Misses Nettie Lid Liddon,',
don,', Liddon,', Mabel Akins, Marguerite Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Katie May Eagleton were ap appointed
pointed appointed to obtain subscriptions for the
Crusader, and Misses Lois Livingston
and Katherino Strunk to collect dues
for next month. Business being over
all were invited to the dining room,
where delicious refreshments were
served. Reporter.
Jake Brown has aaain proved him himself
self himself a public benefactor. He has in invented
vented invented and put on the market a brand
of salted peanuts that have all other
fruit of the kind beaten to a finish.
Get a package from Ballard. It is a
Florida product, and after one trial
you will use no other.
A note from Mr. L. D. Geiger at
Titusville announces that his little
girl is not expected to live. The Star
sympathizes with Mr. and Mrs. Geiger
in this great trouble.
Major L. T. Izlar has returned from
a visit to his former home in Black Black-vllle,
vllle, Black-vllle, S. C. Mrs, Izlar who was quite
ill, has recovered and will remain for
some time longer visiting relatives
there.
Messrs. Knight & Lang has been
opening and checking a very large
stock of harness that they have been
receiving for the fall trade during the
past week.
Miss Agnes Burnett, who has .been
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. E. Mc Mc-Gahagin
Gahagin Mc-Gahagin in Tampa, will return home
Wednesday.
Mr. Oscar Burnett of Daytona, a
former resident of Ocala, came over
yesterday to spend two weeks with
relatives here. Mrs. Burnett has been
here for the past two weeks. Mr. Bur Burnett
nett Burnett is a successful merchant tailor at
Daytona.
Mr. Henry Johnson, formerly of the
Moore Bro's. studio of Jacksonville, is
now with T. H. Mills and can show you
some of the latest stunts in photo
graphy. Phone 260 for an engage engagement
ment engagement today.
A. A. Waterman's seir-nillng, relia relia-Dle,
Dle, relia-Dle, non-leaking fountain pens; all
sizes and several different prices, at
the Court Pharmacy.
We are sorry to learn of the dan dangerous
gerous dangerous illness of Mrs. Liddon, the
mother of Messrs. Charles and Gus
Liddon.
Removing fences continues on Fort
King, thereby greatly improving the
appearance of that fashionable thor thoroughfare.
oughfare. thoroughfare. Mr. George C. Crom came in today
from the construction camp on the
Ocala Northern at Orange Springs to
attend to some business. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his daughter. Miss
Eleanor Crom and her guest. Miss
Olive Weston.
We have received the catalogue of
the "Ala Rrenau" Oollt-Ee, located at
Eufaula. and note among the faculty
the name of Miss Lola Raysor of Ocala.
as professor of chemistry. Miss Ray
sor is a degree graduate of Converse
College. South Carolina, and in June
completed her senior year at Vassar.
She is a very brilliant young woman
and will doubtless make her mark in
I her chosen vocation of teaching.
Fresh limes for limeade at the foun
tain of the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. Albert Gerig informs the Star

that about $200 worth of band concert
tickets have been sold, and that as
many more will be barely enough to
furnish the band with necessary funds
to keep up the Friday evening concerts.
It should be an easy matter to raise
such a comparatively small amount in
a town like Ocala. More coin changes
hands on every scrub ball game. It
will be a reproach to our city if such a
beautifully useful custom should be
discontinued for the lack of such a
paltry sum.
If a few of our pretty and popular
young ladies would start out with a
handful of tickets apiece, we guar
antee that they could raise the money
in one afternoon. Why shouldn't they
try? It would be a work worthy of
them.
FIVE REELS, INCLUDING FAUST
Superb Picture Show at tbe Air Dome
This Evening
Besides "Faust," which is reproduc
ed from the play acted in a leading
metropolitan theater, the Air Dome
will have three reels tonight, making
up one of the best moviner picture ex exhibitions
hibitions exhibitions ever sen here. Following is
the program:
Faust. Hand painted.
A Snake in the Grass.
A Queen for a Day.
The Rajah. From this famous story.
The Air Dome had a crusher Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night, everybody is town going
to see the coronation. A heavj- shower
broke up the performance about 9:30.
but not until hundreds had seen the
show.
L. H. VAN ENGELKEN, .M. D.
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old Poatoffiee Building;, Room 4
BAPTISTS KEEP BUSY
The Baptist church has no pastor at
present but its members are by no
means taking a vacation. The Sunday
school yesterday was largely attend attended
ed attended and full of interest; only two out
of eighteen teachers absent. The fol following
lowing following in their calendar for the week.
This afternoon the sewing circle
meets with Miss Leafy Sylvester. Mrs.
Sanford Jewett, president.
This' evening at 8 o'clock the mis mission
sion mission study class meets at Mrs. Van
Hood's. Leader, Mr. Edwin Spencer.
Wednesday evening, preaching by
Rev. Mr. Cloar, Gainesville, Fla.
Thursday evening B. Y. P. P. social
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Brigance.
Friday evening, Bible teachers
meeting with Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Gary, Dr. E. Van Hood leader.
A SUPERB SCHOOL
We are indebted to Dr. A. W. Van'
Hoose for a catalogue of Shorter Col College,
lege, College, Rome, Ga. of which splendid in institution
stitution institution he is president. Shorter is
admirably located, for like the city of
the Caesars, Rome is located upon sev seven
en seven hills, high up in the Georgia
mountains, near Chattanooga. The cit citizens
izens citizens of Rome have subscribed $150,000
for the splendid new modern building
of "Greater Shorter," which is to cost
not less than half a million and which
is now being erected In the center of
a magnificent campus of 150 acres, one
of the most beautiful sites in "the
South,
The plans call for accommodations
for 1000 young women. Room for
300 to 400 will be ready for the fall
term.
Among the officers of government
and instruction are the names of
some of the most distinguished edu
cators of the country, and degree men
and women of universities abroad.
We predict a great future for this
Vassar of the South," and like every
Georgian, we feel much pride in the
development and growth of educa
tional interests in the old state. Miss
Bessie Porter of Ocala is filling the
important position of private f secre secretary
tary secretary to President Van Hoose. Miss
Porter is a graduate of Stetson Uni University
versity University and the business department
also of that school.
Mr. Amos W. Braselton of Atlanta Is
here again on the wo,rk of cleaning
up his factory lot, for the new build building.
ing. building. Mr. Braselton is now waiting on
a big steam derrick to use in load loading
ing loading the heavy parts of the old ma machinery
chinery machinery on the cars. This machinery
will all be shipped to Atlanta to be
used as evidence In the suit brought
by Mr. Braselton against the insur insurance
ance insurance companies.
Mr. Converse's new cottage, on the
corner of South Fourth street and Or Orange
ange Orange avenue, is almost complete, and
will be a very pretty little building.
Rev. John B. Ley of the Methodist
church issued an invitation yesterday
at the morning service to his mem members
bers members to call on Thursday afternoon to
inspect their elegant new parsonage
which is now entirely finished.
Col. R. A. Burford and his charming
daughter. Miss Mary are enjoying a
week's stay at the Continental, At
lantic Beach. Col. Burford is attor
ney for the A. C. L. Railway. The of
ficials of this road are holding their
annual meeting at Atlantic Beach.
Mr. Emmett E. Robinson, of Ocala,
was a well known visitor to Jackson
ville yesterday, being registered at the
Park. Mr-. Robinson is prominent in
business and social circles in Ocala
and is a frequent visitor to the city.
He was enroute to Atlantic City, N. J.,
where he will attend the annual con
clave of Elks, of which order he is an
enthusiastic member. He will also
visit various other cities in the East
before returning to Florida. Times
Union, 9th.
Teimple
Theater
MOTION PICTURES
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
NIGHTLY,
PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
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WEATHER FORECAST
Washington. July 10. Local thunder
showers tonight or Tuesday, moderate
easterly winds.
FULL BLOOD RHODE ISLAND REDS
I have for sale a limited number of
thoroughbred single comb Rhode Isl Island
and Island Red pullets and cockerels. Bred
o lay from prize winning strain. Mrs.
H. C. Jones, North Magnolia street.
Mallory Liddon, the enterprising
commercial traveler, was in the city
Saturday night and Sunday, visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.'A. Liddon.
Mrs. Harris of Miami is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Dekle on Fort King
avenue. Later Mrs. Harris and Mrs.
Dekle will visit relatives in North
Carolina, remaining until cool weath
er.
Jake Brown, not discouraged by his
bad luck with his first two autos, has
bought a big, handsome Buick, a
swift, easy-riding car, which his son
Julius handles with great skill. Jake
had a bunch of his Odd Fellow
brethren out in the new car Saturday
evening, and they considered the ride
a great treat.
The hou.e Mr. Charles Thomas is
having built on the southeast corner
of Orange avenue an South Fourth
street is almost complete. It will be
occupied when furnished by Mr. II. P.
Bitting and family.
Mrs. E. C. Staley and children of
Palmetto were in the city last week,
visiting Mrs. Staley's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. I.. Moore. Mr. Staley, who Is
Seaboard agent at Palmetto, was in
the city Saturday. He praises the
Manatee section very highly.
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore re
mains open until i o'clock every Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, thereby slaking the thirst of
many a weary pilgrim, who could
otherwise find no rest for the sole of
his feet.
The Star regrets to learn" of the
critical illnes.s of Mrs. E. N. Green, at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. J.
Gerig.
Mr. Fred Ti. Magaw, a well known
business man of Ocala, was among the
Floridians at the Park yesterday. Mr.
Magaw was a visitor to the metropolis
on business and pleasure. rimes rimes-Union,
Union, rimes-Union, 9th.
D. P. Smith of New Smyrna, tax col
lector of Volusia county, and one of
the best known citizens of the east
coast, was in town Saturday night, a
guest of the Ocala House.
Don t send your pictures out of town
to have them enlarged. Take then to
Mills studio. We can make them In
crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices
are rights
Mr. Paul Marion of Jacksonville,
who recently graduated from Stetson,
and was admitted to the bar with Mr.
Edwin Spencer, has accepted a posi
tion with the New South Farm and
Home Company and is making his
home with his cousin in this city, Mrs.
Geo. Li. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rlalock have gone
to Jacksonville to visit their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Phillips. From there they
will go to Valdosta and Macon for a
visit with their sons, and after a short
trip to other points in Georgia will re return
turn return to Ocala in October.
A card has been received by Mrs.
Geo. L. Taylor from Mrs. Giles of Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, grandmother of Arthur Stewart,
the young man who was so seriously
injured at the picnic at Fort McCoy,
saying that Arthur was hovering be between
tween between life and death. There has been
no report since then.
COTTAGE FOR RKT
A neat, well located, five-room cot cottage
tage cottage in the second ward for rent.
Possession about July 10. Apply to F.
W. Ditto.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Conventions held every Monday eve
ning in Castle Hall over Peyser's store.
A cordial welcome to visiting knights.
J. G. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K, Sage, K. of R. and S.
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 1.3, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter, No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday of every month at 8 p. m.
J. A. Eouvier. H, P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
CONCOR1HA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. W. T. Gary. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.

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This newest style
Victor- Victrolac
is yours for $50
The latest addition
to the famous Victor Victor-Victrola
Victrola Victor-Victrola linearid only
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An extremely popular price
and made more popular still
by our easy-payment plan.
Come in and hear this instro-
H mcii, and find out how easily it
becomes yours.
1
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to $250. Victors $10 to $100.
FOR SALE BY -A.
M. I.AXSFORD
NO. 3. NORTH MAIN ST.
FORT KING CAMP NO. l4
WOODMEN OP THE WORLD.
Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening.
July 14, 1911, in Tonga's Hall
Visiting sovereigns always welcome.
W. P. Marlowe, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
TULULA LODGE NO. 22. f. O. O. P.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday at 8 p. m., in Yonge's HalL
Visiting brethren always welcome.
W. F. Marlowe. Noble Grand.
M. M. Little, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN LODGE
NO. 19, F. & A. IL
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets in
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
W. T -Mcllwalne. W. If.
G. W. Martin, Secretary.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
THE "FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
is tbe 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 pur
and refreshing, and flavored with all
the popular syrups, xou will find It ex exhilarating,
hilarating, exhilarating, satistying, cooling. Try It
onee then you will recommend It your your-selL
selL your-selL Only Five Cents.
THE COURT PHARMACY
Phone 234
W. C. BLANCIIARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA.
flUEZULlA BARBER SCO?
. W. F. BLESCH, Proprietor.
Business Men's Farorite Place Rcop
enea oy a veteran.
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WE WANT YOUR GROCERY TRADE

WE can make it an inducement for you
to trade with 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.

MM GROCERY COMPANY

J. C. GEIGER, Manager.

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

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CANDIDATES IN THE PIANO
CONTEST
Following Are the Names in the Piano Voting Contest,
as Far as Have Been Turned in to the Management. It
You Are a Candidate, List Your Name at the Store of
Hayes & Gnynn, and Ask for Votes, When Trading With
the Following Firms. Get Your Friends to Support You.
MARION GROCERY CO., Fancy and Staple Groceries.
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUG-STORE, Ice Cream and Soda Water.
W. S. C. YOXGE, Plumbing.
HAYCRAFT & DeCAMP, MILLINERY.
HAYES & GUYNN, Dry Goods, Not ions and Gents' Furnishings.
THE DAILY AND WEEKLY STAR,
Votes Issued on Subscriptions, Advertising and Job Work

NAMES OF CONTESTANTS

MISS BELLE HODGE
MISS MATTIE MOORE
MISS DOVIE GATES
MISS CEVIE ROBERTS
MISS AXXIE BENTON FULLER
MISS FRE YERM IJT1 1

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

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On motion clerk was instructed to
nter advertising: for sealed bids for
furnishing new county jail with mat mattresses,
tresses, mattresses, pillows and blankets of the
mogt durable material used for that
purpose usually used in jails to meas measure
ure measure and fit same to each and every
bunk in said jail and to be of such ma

terial as will be satisfactory to and

accepted by the sheriff and board of
county commissioners. Sheriff J P.

Galloway will furnish sizes and quan

tities needed.
C. II. Rivers, representing the Dixie

Culvert & Metal Company, of Atlanta,
Ga., appeared before the board in be

half of their metal culverts and sub submitted
mitted submitted samples and prices.
Petition of M. V. Tillis of Graham Graham-ville,
ville, Graham-ville, asking the board to reimburse
him for merchandise lost in river at
Grahamville ferry, read and on mo motion
tion motion was laid over until nest meeting
of the board.
On motion clerk was instructed to
make advertisements for bids for
sinking a 10-inch well for new jail
drainage, parties making bids to fur furnish
nish furnish all material.
Communication from Oeala "Well
Drilling Company read and tiled.
Communication from Hon. IL Clay
Crawford as follows:
"Am mailing you under separate
cover copy of all laws of a general
and permanent nature passed by the
legislature session of 1911, to be pub published
lished published in a newspaper of your county,
as provided by chapter 5199, acts of
1903."
Publication of above on motion
awarded the Ocala Star.
Petition by P. Goolsby for recom recommendation
mendation recommendation of mark and brand inspec inspector
tor inspector for district No. 1, read and laid
over for further action.
Petition for recommendation of ap appointment
pointment appointment of II. R. Roddenberry as
mark and brank inspector for district
No. 4, read and on motion laid over
for further action.
Hid by J. F. Jenkins & Co., for rais raising
ing raising Stokes Ferry bridge four feet

read and on motion of Commissioner
Proctor, was -id over until next
meeting of board.
S. T. Sistrunk filed report of pay payment
ment payment of labor certificates for Henry
Gordon crev amounting to $81, and
for L. L. Ptiest crew amounting to
$299.70; total, $380.70, which was read
and filed.
V. L. Cclbert, tax collector, filed his
report of errors, insolvencies and dou double
ble double assessments for the year 1910.

Hon. W. J. Crosby returned warrant
3157 for cancellation, which was can

celled and filed.
Letter by J. L. B. Hudgens of Mar Mar-tel,
tel, Mar-tel, read and on motion was ordered

attached to road petition for road from

Ocala and Blitchton road to the Ocala

and Dunnellon road.

Letter and circular from W. A. Neal

& Son, of Atlanta, Ga., read and' filed

Letter from Ocala Iron Works read

and on motion clerk was instructed to
write this company to send itemized

bill okayed by party getting goods and

Uf correct will be paid.

W. L. Colbert, tax collector, filed re

port of poll taxes paid during June,
1911, showing 135 regulars and three

extras, making a total of 138. which

was read and filed.

Petition largely signed asking the

recommendation of the board for the

appointment of E. E. Williams as In

spector of marks and brands for dis

trict No. 24, read and on motion of

Commissioner Proctor the appointment

of Mr. K. E. Williams was recommend

ed to the governor.

Tax Collector Colbert and Judge Bell

filed report of licenses issued during

month of June, 1911, showing $127 col

lected for state and $63 for county,

which was read and filed.

Communication by the Good Roads

Machinery Company read and filed.

Report of collections by A. C. Croom,

comptroller, of railroad and telegraph

company taxes read and filed.

Communication by Fulton Bag &
Cotton Mills of Atlanta, Ga., read and

filed.

C. R. Veal, justice of the peace dis

trict No. 4, filed report showing no bus
iness during June, 1911.

The following justices filed reports

showing fines and costs imposed during

month of June as follows:

Fines Costs

Joseph Bell, Co. Jdge. .$250.00 $132.61
J. W. Lyles, J. P. Dist 1 397.00 203.04

F. A. McClaran, dist 2 10.00
H. W. Douglass, dist 7 25.00

Womesn9s Greaitesft Mistakes
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Are Often Made Abound: Mils

They cling to raw milk thin, impure and germ-laden -becaucs tthq?
suppose that Van Camp's Milk is peculiar. It's simply pure n&

WE RE&; J N TH E

Ur. Farmer: Hasn'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?

Buy 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

you to buy, the best.
Marioi Hardware Co.,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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25.00
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It is a great mistake, Mrs.
Housewife, to serve milk that

is filled with germs. A milk
produced, it may be, in in insanitary
sanitary insanitary ways.
Raw milk is always germ-

laden. A single germ breeds millions hi a night.
Careful people everywhere are coming .o sterilized
milk. To supply the demand for Yxi Camp's
alone we milk 30,000 cows per dzy.
Eut some people hesitate. They ha.e always
bought milk from the milkman, and they think
-that Van Camp's is peculiar. We want to point
cut their mistake.
Just Rich, Whole Milk
Van Camp's Milk comes from high-bred
Holstein cows. Our dairies are !oca::? in seven
States in America's best dairying sections.
They are model dairies, conducted ussder rigid

inspection.

Macaroon ice Creais
With a sp.on beat the
yolks of three t fjjs, a o.'
half -cup of rur.ir :tn u: p:;u h
of salt tojrethr tnorou,;i;:
Mix tbr-e-tovr'h c:p vi
Van C;imp'-i Mjiu wish
cup an i a hu'f of water. lt
boil und pizr irf j die c--r
mixture. Look in -i 1 Hih":-
boiler and stir t ort.n.si
until doue, or m'.v. it ha a
buttery i'N'L. i-'t:iin an I
add one an a !:!' can-' of
VanCanip's Itilk atul samo
quantity f waicr, with
either tw.j t;-:ipoon!a!s ot
vanilla or four tablespooti tablespooti-fuls
fuls tablespooti-fuls of Jtf udcira. When half
frozen, remove the dasher
and stir in half a pound of
pounded macaroons.
Write for our book of 131
recipes, including all sorts
of ice cream.
Van Camp Packing Co.
Indianapolis, Ind.

Cloze to czch dairy
we have bull, an a?t a?t-tic
tic a?t-tic eva-cra.;-2 :-'ar.c.
V.": have c.!;:! the
bect C v i n.odl?.
' T I T 1 1
1. - 1. vail
f:o'. tli: i-o.s ir. yuc
i::'o a cojvurr va:uupi.
C.i acco n t oi the
vacuum, a r.io aerate
heat evaporates the

milk without scalding. Thus we take out two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the water.
We add nothing whatever no sugar, no starch,
no preservative. When you replace the water,
the milk is the same as it came from the cow, save
for the sterilization.
Absolutely Sterile
When the evaporated milk is sealed up in cans
each can is pasteurized. Not a germ of any kind
can exist in it.
You can buy, if you wish, a month's supply at
a time. Keep it always on hand like a cow in
the pantry. Have rich milk or cream whenever
you want it, and all you want. It always remains
exactly the same as the day it went out from our
dairy.-
Like Using Cream v
Van Camp's Milk as it comes to you is as thick
as thick cream. So thick that you add one part
wacr for coffee, cereals or ice cream. It is 28
per cent solids, S per cent butter fat.
When you wise it in cooking, or for making ice
cream, it gives a richness and flavor immeasurably;
better than ens gets for milkman's milk.
The reason is this: Milkman's milk separates.
The butter fat rises and the solids fall. When that
:r:Ik gets to the cooking it is rarely more than a
IjM milk.
Van Camp's is the whole milk. It contains
all the butter fat, all the solids, which belong to

the richest milk. That, is why milk dishes ami
with it have a surprising richness. :
Six Cents Per Quart ;

When Van Camp's is reduced to the
milk's richness the cost will figure about au

per quart.
v The mala saving lies in getting rid of the m!r- 1
man's daily delivery. That always costs more
than the milk.
Then ycu save all waste. You open a can e?
Van Camp's uhen you want it, and it keeps tu1
you use it up. You never have too little or ttO
much. In the average home the use of VdA"
Camp's will eat milk bills in two.
Lute Swiss Milli
' In perfecting this calk we have brought t3
our dairies the aLIctt Swiss and-Dutch experts. :
In the past seven years wc have spent $100,CC0
in bringing- this milk up to the highest Swiss
standards. The result is the finest mUk ever

produced in America. Yet it costs no more
common evaporated milk.

' The 16-or. can a full pint of Van Camp's-

1 0 cents. The C-c-. can costs 5 cents.

has it, shipped from our
nearest dairy. Ask him
today to send yousorre.
You will then find out how
much it means to have
such a milk as this.

Your croccr

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Van Camp-s Milk

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15, r 22, containing 400 acres, raised
from $800 to $1600.

Assessment to Ocala Mfg Co., on per

sonal property, raised from $1500 to
$4000.

Assessment to Trotter & Cocowitch,

on lots 526, 527 and 528, Dunnellon,
sec 35, tp 16, r 18, e.

Assessment to Kibler Bros, on lots

361, 362 and 363, Dunnellon, sec 35, tp

16 s.r 18 e, raised from $300 to $3000.
Assessment to Hattie G. Morrow on
lot 557, Dunnellon, sec 35, tp 16, r 18,
raised from $600 to $1000.
Assessment to Christian & Gamble,

on lots 518 and $519, Dunnellon, sec 35,

tp 16, r 18. raised from $1000 to $1500.
Assessment to C. IT. Hollingsworth

EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
Are the
LEADERS OF THE WORLD

on Jwuuavi)

North Aw. and Pevchtre St. Atlanta, Ca. Boarding and Day School for girls and yon ng
ladies. Boarding department strictly limited to insure refined home life. Ciasses divided into
mall sections to secure personal instruction. Faculty of eighteen specialists Conservatory
advantages in Music. Art. Expression. Certificate admits to Vassar e,losley. Kandolph Kandolph-MaconVetc.
MaconVetc. Kandolph-MaconVetc. Thirty-fourth sessicn logins September 14, 1911. Catalogue on application.
- L. D. SCOTT:, EMMA B. SCOTT, Principals.

T. L. Johnson, dist 8..
Alex Wynne, dist 19...
C. C. Lurry, dist 20
L. L. Hopkins, dist 21.

J. O. Turnipseed 105.00
Which were read and filed.

On motion of Commissioner Proctor
it was ordered that the clerk notify the

superintendents of hard road crews to

issue road and labor certificates to all
laborers entitled to payment and that
these certificates take the usual course
pursued as to district superintendent

certificates.

On motion the jail test is ordered for

Tuesday, July 11th, and clerk was in

structed to notify Mr. J. F. Kennard

Commissioner Petteway was selected

to represent the board at this test.
Following the reviewing of Tax As

sessor Ayer's tax rolls for 1911 the fol

lowing changes were ordered made, to-

wit:
Assessment to Irvine Crate and Bas

ket Company on personal property rais

ed from $7300 to $9000.

Assessment to O'Hara & Russell on
lots 3 4 5 and 7 sec 24 tp 12 s r 22340

acres, raised from $170 to $340.

Assessment to Robert L. Steel on s1

of lot 2 sec 24 tp 12 r 22 Jo acres,
raised from $50 to $80.
Assessment to Christian Ax on neVi
and ei of sei sec 25 tp 12 r 22 con containing
taining containing 240 acres, raised from $240 to
$480.
Assessment to Christian Ax on nV of
ne'i and sw'i and sw'i of nw'i sec
1 tp 13 r 22 containing 280 acres, rais raised
ed raised from $2S0 to $560.
Assessment to O. B. Brown on eV of
neU and e2 of nwU of ne4 sec 2 tp
13 r 22 e 100 acres, raised from $180 to
$250.
Assessment to A. A. Mathews on eVi
of se4 sec 21 15 22 80 acres, raised from
$300 to $600.
Assessment to A. A. Mathews on swti
ex lot 13 n and w of rr sec 21 15 22, 130
acres, raised from $500 to $1000.
Assessment to Mrs. M. G. Turnley on
sw4 of nw!i sec 22 tp 15 r 22, 40 acres,
raised from $S0 to $160.
Assessment to Florida Lime Co. on
nl2 of neVt and neli of nw'J sec 22
tp 15 r 22, 120 acres, raised from $250
to $480.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing
Co. on s1 of seU see 10 15 22, 80 acres,
raised from $160 to $400.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing
Co. on si of nei and n1 of seV of
sw4 sec 11 tp 13 r 22, 240 acres, rais raised
ed raised from $500 to $1000.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing
Co. oa e1; and y of sw, sec 12, tp

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AND THE AMBKROLA 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

ed to show them.
LARGEST STOCK OP EDISON
RECORDS IN THE STATE
L E Burnett
JEWELER
MERCHANTS BLOCK. OCALA. FLA

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USE Olffi ICE
It is tKe Best by
Test
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.,
OCALA. FLORID

on lot 359, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18,
raised from $1150 to $1500.
Assessment to B. Neff on lot 360,
Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised $900 to
$1000.
Assessment to S. Feinberg on lot
1848, Dunnellon, section 35-16-18, raised
from $600 to $1000.
Assessment to Petteway & Guess on
lots 43 and 44, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18,
raised from $700 to $800.
Assessment to Bank of Dunnellon on
65 feet n and s. end of lot 1316, Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised from $800
to $1000.
Assessment to Mrs. A. Leitner on lot
1312, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised

from $300 to $500.
Assessment to A. J. Parham on lots
1306, 1307, 1308. 1309, 1310, 1311, Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised from $600
to $1000.
Assessment to Mrs. A. Leitner, on
lots 1409, 1410, 1411 and 1412, Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised from $250
to $1000.
Assessment to E. F. Smith on lots 39,
40, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised from
$200 to $000.
Assessment to W. H. Mills on lot 41,
Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised from
$200 to $1000.

Assessment to Marion Phos. Co. on
sel4, of nw',4 and w of nw and sv
and nVi of se!4 and se4 of seVi. sec
29-16-18, containing 40 acres, raised
from $1000 to $1200.
Assessment to Marion Phos. Co. on
sj of ne',4 and se of w',4 and sw4
of nw'4. and nwM of sw'i, sec 30-16-18,
containing 480 acres, raised from
$1000 to $1200.
Assessment to Dunnellon Phos. Co.
on s of nw34 and sw'i and nw of
se4 and seVi of se, sec 18-16-18, con containing
taining containing 480 acres, raised $540 to $1400.
Assessment to Dunnellon Phos. Co.
on all of ex pe',4 of nw VI and sw'4 of
nwV4, 19-16-18, containing 560 acres,
raised from $800 to $1500.
Assessment to Dunnellon Phos. Co.
on all of sec 20, tp 16 s r 18 e. contain containing
ing containing 640 acres, raised from $800 to $1800.
Assessment to Dunnellon Phos. Co.,
on w-2 of nei and nw'4 and wVi of
swli and se'i of sw'4 and se sec
21-16-18, containing 520 acres, raised
from $650 to $1000.
Assessment of J. G. Ross on e of
ne!i, sec 19-17-20. containing 80 acres,
raised from $180 to $240.
Assessment to A. B. Ross on nw!i

and w V2 of nw4 of ne'4 and swt4 of
neJ4 and sw'4 of se4 and se4 of sw4
and e?4 of ne'4 of sw4 and that part
of sw',4 of sw'4 n of river, sec 19-17-20,
containing 350 acres, raised from $600
to $1000.
Assessment to Fla. Nat. Land Co. on
w of sw4 and nw4 of se4, sec 2-17-23.
120 acres, raised from $200 to $350.
Assessment to Fla. Nat. Land Co., on
ne'4 ex sw of sw4 of ne4 and ne,4
of nw4 and se of nwVi of nw4 and
s',2 of nw'J and els of ne'4 of se4 and
se4 of se4. ec 32, tp 16. r 23, con containing
taining containing 340 acres, raised from $600 to
$1200.
Assessment to Fla. Nat. Land Co. on
e4 of neJ4 and si, sec 33, tp 16 s, r 23
e, containing 400 acres, raised from
$500 to $1000.
Assessment to Unknown on wi of
ne4 and eVa of nw',i, sec 33-16-23, ttQ
acres, raised from $200 to $500.
Assessment to Unknown on lot 1, sec
34, tp 16 s. r 23 e, raised from $100 to
$300.
Assessment to Unknown on lot 2 of
sec 34, tp 16'. r 23 e, 72 acres, raised
from $100 to $300.
Assessment to Chanty Thoma3 on
neJ4 of swU ex 5 acres to Smith, sec
2, tp 17, r 23, containing 35 acres, rais raised
ed raised from $50 to $100.
Assessment to Thos. L. Scott on n'i
of ne4 sec 2, tp 17, r 23, containing 80
acres, raised from $100 to $200.
Assessment to Stanley & Mayo on
sw4 of ne4 and e of nw'4., ,sec 2,
tp 17 s. r 23 e. raised from $150 to $300.
All bills audited were ordered paid.
On motion, board adjourned until
Wednesday, July 12, 1911.
S. T Sistrunk, Clerk.

NOTICE TO STOCKIIOLDKRS

The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Ocala Lumber &
Supply Company will be held at the of offices
fices offices of the company at Ocala, Fla., on
Tuesday, July 11th, at 3 p. m.
By order of the president.
R. C. Muncaster, Secretary.

KIDNEY DISEASES ARE CURABLE
Under certain conditions.. The right
medicine must be taken before the dis disease
ease disease has progressed too far. Mr. Per Perry
ry Perry A, Pitman, Dale, Tex., says: "I was
down in bed for four months with kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder trouble and gall stones.
One bottle of Foley's Kidney Remedy
cured me well and sound." Ask for It.
Sold by Court Pharmacy.

COTICE TO OUR (MORS
We wish to notify our customers
taat we have bought out the big Me
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. 109.
Free and prompt delivery as usuaL
S. A. HOSES & BR0.

EIGHTEEN" PERSONS POISONED

Eighteen persons were poisoned at
Largo Tuesday afternoon at the 4th of
July celebration and picnic. All of
those effected are supposed to have
eaten ice cream which was afterwards
discovered to contain ptomaine. All
will recover.

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

ford, and for their tonic and strength

ening effect as well. Try Foley Kid.iey
Pills. For sale by the Court Pharmacy.

Miss Evelyn Lumsden of St. Augustine-has
been appointed to fill one of
the scholarships maintained by the
Florida Division U. D. C, and will at attend
tend attend the Womans College at Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee this fall.

The greatest enemy of childhood is
the tape worm. It destroys health and
undermines the constitution. The great greatest
est greatest enemy of intestinal worms is
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It
removes the worms and helps the chjld
back to strengthfi vigor and cheerful cheerfulness.
ness. cheerfulness. Price' 25 cents per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.

The recent purchase by the board of
commissioners of state institutions
of an additional 7000 acres, gives an
area of about 16,000 acres to the pro proposed
posed proposed Florida state prison farm.

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.

A shark measuring a little over ten
feet in length was landed a few days
ago by a couple of men who were fish fishing
ing fishing off the end of the Star Fish Com Company's
pany's Company's wharf in Pensacola.
i i
Foley Kidney Pills are composed of
ingredients specially selected for their
corrective, healing, tonic and stimulat stimulating
ing stimulating effect upon the kidneys, bladder
and urinary passages. They are anti antiseptic,
septic, antiseptic, antilithic and a uric acid sol solvent.
vent. solvent. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.

Twenty-three permits were issued in
St. Petersburg last month for the erec erection
tion erection of new houses.

Fretful babies need the comforting
effect of McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It
quiets feverishness, corrects sour
stomach, cures colic pains and checks
diarrhoea. It is a perfectly safe and
wholesome remedy containing no
opium, morphine or injurious drug of
any kind. Price 25c. and 50c. per bot bottle.
tle. bottle. Sold by all druggists.

The ice factory at Eau Gallie was
destroyed by fire a few days ago.

HAY FEVER AND SODIER COLDS
Must Tie relieved quickly and Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound will do it.
E. M. Stewart, 1034 Wolfram St., Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, 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 I get
great relief." Many others who suffer
similarly will be glad to benefit by Mr.
Stewart's experience. Sold by the Court

, Pharmacy.

Never leave home on a Journey with without
out without a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It Is
almost certain to be needed and can cannot
not cannot be obtained when on board the cars

or steamships. For sale by all dealers.

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WHITE STAR TRANSFER OO.
COLLIER BROS., PROPRIETORS
PHONE 290
Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture)
and Saf$ a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Ghen All Orders
WK SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE

GEORGE TUOiEL
Tdcpicsc US
The Frrfcet aatd Be ( Frmlto sal
Vegetable
QUICK DELIVERY
We Tkaafc Yum f Call aa See Ha
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MOXTEQIJMA BLOCK OCALA, FLA.

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

IFoloy Clidndy PES
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN NtSULTO
Give prompt relief from BACKACHB,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLES;
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of tba
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of th
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY

IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon ta

MIDDLE AGED and ELDBRLV-

PBOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION

The Jacksonville Owls are going to
erect a $200,000 hall.

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 A. Davis, 627 Washington Sc, CoaaerTUlar "V
InL, is in hi sth year. Be writes as "1 have
lately suffered orach from my kidae; s aad blad.
der I had sever backaches aod any kidney action :

mi khdner action

was too frequent, caosice me to lose ssaeh slam
at sight, and in my bladder there was

ain. I took Voter Kidaer fill torn t:

aad am aov free of all trouble and aala able aa
be tip asd aroeod. Foley Kidney Fills hare wrj

SOLD BT THE COURT PHARMACY

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