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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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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SPIELS FROM DINKELSPIEIi
FUN, FACT A1XD VTZJ
(George V. Hobart)
PHILOSOPHY
Der man dot sows der most vild
oats in his youth is der same man dot
has to eat der most cracked oats in
his age.
A man must grow olt to haf a mem memory;
ory; memory; der young haf none.
'11
, From James Clara&c ; nnrc7
-Over the Nuts and Win-
Remember dot many m&a dot attr
hat his name In der newspapers m &ls
cart vill be famous in Heafea.
Did the serpent tempt Eve with the
apple or did she wheedle tt out of alia?
And war didn't they : cross-questlaa.
Eve as they did Adam?
VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. JULY 12, 1911.
NO. 36.
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EVENING

. S ALLOW COMPLEXION comes from bilious

impurities in the blood, and the fault lies with the
liver. It is torpid.
SIMMONS
red a
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDEB FORM)
Is the greatest of all liver medicines. Its powerful purifying and
strengthening influence is at once apparent in an improved appetite,
good digestion and a feeling of strength and energy in the body.
When the system has been put in order the yellow cast in the skin
gradually disappears and the complexion becomes clear and healthy.
old mi tuun. Mick, unci puckci. i.oo.
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VACATJON

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DID YOU EVER LOSE A FISH?
Tackle our Fishing Tackle and yon will tackle the best.
Then when a fish tackles your tackle he will be yours.
Our good Sporting Goods will make yonr sport good.

Frightful Ioms of Life Near Bridge Bridgeport,
port, Bridgeport, Conn., on the X. Y., X. H.
and H. Railroad
Bridgeport, Conn.. July 12. Many
lives, probably twenty, were crushed
out instantly, and sixty or seventy
persons were injured frightfully, when
the federal express, running" from
Washington to Boston, over the New
YorK. New Haven and Hartford rail railroad,
road, railroad, was hurled over a viaduct here
by an open switch.
Fire broke out in the wreckage,
adding to the torture of the suffering'
and imprisoned passengers. The fire
department extinguished the flames
and firemen assisted in rescuing the
injured. Ambulances carrying doctors
hurried to the scene and did their
best to save those under the debris.
The express left Harlem River one
hour late, shortly after 4 o'clock yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning. It was going at a
high rate of speed when the open
switch, one mile and a half west of
Bridgeport, was struck. The switch
was near the tower. There was a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous crash, an instant of intense
silence, then the groans and shrieks of
the wounded rent the air.
The wreck of the train was a most
complete one. Five cars of the long
train went over the viaduct and only
three cars were left on the track. The
engine, drawing the train was twisted
into junk and was thrown 200 feet
away. Behind the locomotive were
the mail and baggage cars. The Pull Pullmans
mans Pullmans and the coaches were almost en entirely
tirely entirely crushed. It was here that most
of the deaths occurred. Three Pull Pullmans
mans Pullmans ? were badly battered up. The
passengers in them were protected on
account of the superior strength of
the equipment of cars of this class.
The Engineer Died at IIIm Post

In the wreckage of the locomotive

was found the body of the engineer,

who died at his post, his hand still

grasping the throttle lever.

A baby about a year old. was found
in a car alive. In another coach a
woman was taken out alive, but her
child lay dead;leside her.

"It seems fitting that we should
here express our appreciation of
the generous patronage of the
reople."

A WORD 10
THE WISE

PEOPLE BECOME
WEALTHY
By Spending Less Than
They Make. The very
best place to put your
Savings is with

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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
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GROCERY

CIHY

J. C. GEIGER, Manager.

TELEPHONE 114.

HOXEST MEOICIXU VERSUS FAKES
President Taft's recent message sug suggesting
gesting suggesting an amendment to the Pure
Food and Drugs Jaw in its relation to
Prepared Medicines, does not refer to

-such standard medicines as Foley's

Honey, and. Tar Compound and Foley
Kidney ;Pjils, both of which are true
medicines' carefully compounded of in ingredients
gredients ingredients whose medicinal qualities
are recognized by the medical profes profession
sion profession itself as the best known remedial
agents for the diseases they are in intended
tended intended to counteract. For over three
decades Foley's Honer and Tar Com Compound
pound Compound has been a standard remedy for
coughs,- colds and affections of the
throat, chest and lungs for children
and for grown persons, and it retains
today its pre-eminence above all other
preparations "of its kind. Foley Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills are equally effective and mer meritorious.
itorious. meritorious. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.

CONNER AND LYNNE

i::nini

CANDIDATES IN THE PIANO
COWTESJ
Following Are the Names in the Piano Voting Contest,
as Far as nave Been Turned in to the Management. It
You Are a Candidate, List Your Name at the Store of
Dayes & Gnynn, and Ask for Votes, When Trading With
the Following Firms. Get Your Friends to Sopporl You.
MARION GROCERY CO., Fancy and Staple Groceries.
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUG-STORE. Ice Cream and Soda Water.
W. S. C. YONGE, Plumbing.
HAYCRAFT & DeCAMP, MILLINERY.
HAYES & GUYNN, Dry Goods.Xotions and Gents Furnishings.
THE DAILY AND WEEKLY STAR,
Votes Issued on Subscriptions, Advertising and Job Work

NAMES OF CONTESTANTS

MISS BELLE HODGE
MISS MATT1E MOORE
MISS DO VIE GATES
MISS CEVIE ROBERTS
MISS ANNIE BENTON FULLER
MISS FRE VERMUTH

MRS. HARRV COLE
MRS. A. M. RICHIE
MISS RUBY KNIGH1
JIISS MYRTLE BLALOCK
MISS ESTHER LEY
MISS FANNIE COOK

Miss Tilly Pasteur of Lake Weir were
callers here last week.

Rev. Albertson of Candler was the

guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Oleson

from Friday, till Monday.

Mr. II. D. Curtis of Massachusetts

and Mr. Walter Curtis of Ohio are
stopping with Mr. O. S. Dickinson.

luiss Myrtle Bishop is expected home

one day this week. Miss tsisuop has
been In Georgia visiting for the past

year and her many friends here will

be glad to welcome her home again.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank tlenderly had
their home very prettily decorated on

the fourth.

A few people from here attended the
fourth of July celebration in Leesburg
but almost all of the people from here
attended the big picnic at Stanton,
which was greatly enjoyed by all.

f ran

Intrust 4th Will Make July 4th Look
Like the Firt of the Mratfc la the
Solid North Sumter Tovra
Editor Star: At the request of the
chairman of the arrangement commit committee,
tee, committee, Hon. J. P. Driggers, for the Ox
ford picnic to be held here on Friday,
the 4th of next month, I herewith
hand you the following notice for
publication.
On last Saturday a meeting of the
citizens was called by order of Hon.
(Busted Financially) Smith, the afore aforesaid
said aforesaid party being duly elected chair chairman
man chairman of the meeting. Mr. Jesse Car Car-uthers
uthers Car-uthers was elected secretary. Chair Chairman
man Chairman Smith explained the purpose of
the, meeting, which was to select an
arrangement committee to look after
all details pertaining to the pleasure,
comfort and entertainment of the vis visitors,
itors, visitors, as well as to see that the tables,
the barbecue and the grounds were in
first class order.
Messrs. J. P. Driggers, I. P. Rainey
and S. L. Griggs were appointed on the
committee, and we can safely say that
these men will put forth every effort
to guarantee a successful and pleas pleasant
ant pleasant day.
The proceeds from the selling of re refreshments
freshments refreshments on that day are expended
upon the cemetery grounds.
Rev. C. R. Phillips will deliver an
address on the subject, "The Purpose
of the Ages." Hon. H. S. Phillips, of
Tampa, state's attorney of the sixth
judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
who was the .orator of the day at the
Bushnell 4th of July celebration, will
also be the orator1 of the day at this
picnic.
Tom Watson May Talk
Hon. Tom Watson of Georgia has
been asked to be present and deliver
one of his inimitable addresses. It is
not assured that this distinguished
Georgian will be on hand, but if he
should come he will of course be ac accorded
corded accorded the right of way.
The committee request that a copy
of this notice be sent to the Ocala
Star, the Tampa Tribune and the
Sumter County Times. This request
is evidence of sa hearty welcome to all

who can come.

"Come with a whoop,
Come with a call.
Come with a good will,
Or come not at all.
C. R. Phillips.

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 testimonials.
nials. testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street,
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.

PICNIC AT POWELLTON

Fourth of

Conner, July 12. The dance and
supper given at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Randall Friday night,
June 23rd, is known to be a grand suc success,
cess, success, as there were about one hundred

people present to witness the same.

The young people enjoyed themselves

by dancing and playing games, while

the good old men of our country en

joyed it as well by looking on. After ;

12 o'clock all departed for their
homes rejoicing over their most de delightful
lightful delightful time. Those, from Ocala who
attended the supper and dance were

Mr. Charlie Smith and two daughters',
Misses Bessie and Grace, Mr. Osteen

and daughter, Miss. Millie. Those from

Daisy were Mrs. John Hogans, Mr.
Roy Hogans, Mr. Jim Marsh and sis sister,
ter, sister, Miss Gertie. .'

Mr. and Mrs. George Bheely of

Blitchton are visiting Mrs. Sheely's

parents. Mr. and .Mrs. Frank -Smith
of Lynne.

Mr, J. M. Dudley and family have

moved to Eureka in the house with
Mr. Dudley's brother, Mr. Henry Dudley.

Messrs. Wiljie and Walter Bewell of

Omega, who have been visiting rela

tives near Conner, have returned.

The fourth of July picnic near the

Christian church was attended by a

large crowd. Ice cream was furnish furnished
ed furnished by Mr. Godwin. Music by Mr. Hat-

ton Tillis.

Misses Mamie Laurd and Etta Ran

dall spent Sunday with the Misses
Holly.

We are glad to say that Mr. Pat

Reynolds, who has been on the sick

list for the past month, is able to be
up again.
Mr. Frank Tucker and Mr. Yar Yar-borough
borough Yar-borough of Lake Beauty were visit visit-tors
tors visit-tors in our town Sunday.
Mr. W. A. Godwin, the merchant of
our town, has just received a new lot
of goods and is doing quite a business
with his new store.
Rev. Perry Roberts of Lynne deliv delivered
ered delivered a fine sermon to quite a large
crowd Sunday afternoon.

July Celebration
Great Sneeess

Wan a

Powellton, July 12. We are having
some fine rains now and the Powell Powell-ton
ton Powell-ton planters are glad to see it.
The picnic and party given by the
Christian people at the Christian

church was quite a success. Music
was furnished by Mr. Hatton Tillis

with his banjo. Ice cream, candy and
chewing gum were furnished by

Messrs. J, B. Gore and W. A. Godwin

and sons. There was a large crowd

present and everybody carried well
filled baskets. Palatka was. represent

ed by Mr. H. A. Atwater. Ocala, Fort

McCoy and Daisy were represented by

large crowds of people who enjoyed
themselves fine. We hope for the next

fourth to be better.

It was announced by Col. R. F. Rog

ers that on the 7th day of August that

the annual birthday picnic of Grand

mother Perkins will be at the Perkins
home five or six miles east of Con

ner.

We think that wedding bells will
soon ring on lover's lane at one end

or the other or on one side or the oth
er.

DEATH IN 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.

SOUTH LAKE WEIR

BUY A LT W
Maonificent New Resident Addition to Ocala
IF O JR.T KING
There is No Better Investment. Lot s Sold on Easy Terms. Prices Range
from $45 to $210 per Lot. Ask at the Star Office for Plat. For Further
Information, Call on H. D. Stokes. L. M. Murray or It. R. Carroll.

. South Lake Weir. July 12. Mrs. D
E. Mclver and little daughter of Ocala
were guests at the Pleasant Hills
House a few days last week.
Miss Elsie Morrison of Oklawaha.
came down Monday and spent the 4th
with her schoolmate, Miss Irene Gates,
and her many friends were glad to
have Miss Morrison with them again.
Rev. Neace of Lady Lake was calling
in our village one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brown of Ocala
came down Saturday night to see their
little son. Carl, who is staying with
his grandparents for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown returned to
Ocala Monday morning.
Miss Pearl Kelsey of Stanton and

SPECIAL PRICE THIS WEEK

Corn Beef 1 pound Can ......... ISc
Roast Beef, 1 pouud (nan 18e
OhellNk Flour 24 pound sacks 80c

Sugar 10 pounds f 1.00
Six Ran Octagon Soap 25e
Bull Head Jelly In Kla So
Cottolene, 2 pound bucket .2oc
C'ottolene, lo pound bucket fl.30
White Onion per quart 5e

Bent Pat Flour Vz barrel In wood. 92.95

Star llama 15 to 16 pound unrut.lTV-tC

Six Grandma'. WabiaR Powder. .25e

JaekMon Square 1 pound Tin

Rent of Coffee

Walter Baker'M Chocolate 1 pound

Caked 35e
Pink Salmon, 1 pound Cans 15c

Campbell's Catup In Bottle 8c

LETTER FROM LIGHT

BUY YOUR
HAY, GRAIN, and FEED
STUFF of ALL KINDS.
ALSO
Staple Groceries in
Original UNBROKEN
Packages, n o goods
sold otherwise.
Hides, Poultry and Eggs Bought
and Sold.
PHONE 266 AND 381
A. M. BOBBITT,
THE FEED MAN
58 Sooth Main St. Ocala, Fia.
FREE DELIVERY

The CorntaMMel Phlloaopher of Reddlck

Expels a Few Think from
Hla System
Editor Star: I will give you $10 In

cash if you will take the laws passed

in 1909 by the legislature and show
me the "fool bill" you say the legisla legislature
ture legislature of. two years ago passed in regard
to publishing county finances, provid provided,
ed, provided, if you fail to find such law you

will acknowledge your error in the
Star and treat to cold drinks when I
see you shortly. I dare you to take up
the above proposition.

The county commissioners have been

reminded by the last grand jury that

(the said fool bill you write of) the

law declares the county commission

ers shall post two copies at the court

house door of the resources and ex expenditures
penditures expenditures of the county and furnish

the foreman of the grand jury a copy

of same, which they failed to do.

If the county commissioners refused

to publish a statement of its finances

because of costs whs' have they failed

to comply with the law which would

have cost nothing for posting, etc.,

and furnished those who desired to

see an account of our finances an op
portunity.

You write In your piece that If

Hillsborough county would publish in
full a statement of its finances It
would cost $6,000 to the voters. Yet
Hillsborough county commissioners

am pubiisn m the rampa papers a

statement of the county receipts and

disbursements the early part of this
year and if legal rates were charged

I doubt if it would cost $100.
Suwannee couty commissioners pub

lish monthly a statement of warrants

issued.

The school board of Marion .county
published in their last proceedings a

budget of the expenses connected with

the coming school term and levy of

taxes approved by them. The expense
connected with publishing same will

not cost the county 25 cents.

The county commissioners are now
publishing a monthly statement of
road expenditures in their monthly re reports
ports reports which does not cost the county

50 cents a month.

The county commissioners at the

end of each year could give the total

receipts, the disbursements and Indebt Indebtedness
edness Indebtedness of each fund in the county and

publish same at legal rates costing the

county less than $10.

Mr. Editor, is It not a fact that the
Star and Banner get both $100 per

year for publishing the county com

missioners proceedings? Why. don't

you charge legal rates for this work.

What paper in the state charges legal

rates for this class of Information.

Mr. Editor, did not Mr. Carroll of the
Star go before the county commission commissioners
ers commissioners and ask for the permit and got it
to publish the laws of 1911 legislature

and you will get but $100 for all that

job?

Mr. Editor, why do you eome to us
taxpayers with legal, rate charges
when we simply demand of the county

commissioners an accounting of their

stewardship?

The reason why the county refused

to publish the information asked of

them is because some of the board did

not want the taxpayers to know the
condition of affairs in this county, Is

my honest opinion.
Here's my proof for the above be

lier. w nen we were sending tne pe

tition to the gevemor to have the

county commissioners books audited

why did one of the 1910 commission commissioners
ers commissioners write the governor, trying to pre

vent the auditing of the commission

ers" books, of whom he was a mem

ber. We have a copy of his letter.

Mr. Editor tell the county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners "it is. hard to kick against the
tricks." L. S. Light.
Reddick. Fla., July 12, 1911.

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OCALA iSViSHlNG STAB, WKDXESDAY, JULY 12, 111.

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.

R.' R. Cam-oil, Business Manager.

J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

PUBLIC LIBRARY'S
NEED IS PRESSING

The Ocala Public Library finds Itselt
in the condition of Noah's dove.
For a number of years Mrs. D. M.
Smith, with much kindness and pub public
lic public spirit, has given the library a
home. Now, in putting up her new
building. It becomes necessary to tear
out' a wall in the old one, and this
compels the library to move.
Miss Louise Gamsby, the faithful li librarian,
brarian, librarian, who has served for seventeen
years without any remuneration, asks
If there, is not some public-spirited
citizen who can give the books a tem temporary
porary temporary home. Mr. M. J. Roess has as assured
sured assured her Jhat if the library can hold

out another year, it will be all right.

but some one is needed to bridge the
gap.

The latest magazines Just in will be
lost or spoiled, if there is not a place

to put them.

What has become of the Carnegie
library proposition, anyhow? Seems to
the Star like it is time the idea was

assuming concrete form.
i
. SVTUS OP CITY BOND ELECTION'
We should hear soon from the su

preme court of Florida on the validity
of the recent city bond election. The
record has all been sent up by City
Attorney C. I Sistrunk. Mr. Hamp Hampton,"
ton," Hampton," representing the injunction side
of the issue, has filed his brief and the
court now has the entire matter in
hand and there is nothing for the city
to do but await its action.

STATE RIFLE SHOOT
Orders have been issued by Adju

tant-General Foster for the state rifle
practice and competition, August 2nd,

at the camp grounds near Jacksonville.

Company A of this city will be repre represented
sented represented by five men and five men from
every company of the National Guard
of Florida will be there to compete

against them.

The rifles practice will last not more
than three days. Besides the tea.ns
from the companies, every enlisted
man applying for transportation and
subsistence who has qualified as a

sharpshooter or expert rifleman will be

supplied.
From the best shooters at the meet
a team will be selected to represent
Florida at the national matches of
1911 at Camp Perry, Ohio.

WEATHER FORECAST

THE NORTHERN SIDE

A MISQUOTATION'

' The Times-Union misquotes the Star
about the extension of the Ocala

Northern. The Star said the road
would be completed to Palatka not to
Jacksonville, by Sept. 1. The work is
progressing but not quite so rapidly
as to cover 76 miles In seven weeks.

WOT ALL RUSSIA'S FAULT

Joseph Edgar Chamberlin In a letter
to the New York Evening Mail, says:
"Bankers, chiefs of well known trad trading
ing trading firms, travelers, attorneys, clerks
and agents of such firms" these are
the only Americans whom, if they
happen. to be of the Jewish faith, Rus Russia
sia Russia will admit to her dominions at any
time. Evidently the Russian states statesmen
men statesmen have the idea that business and
money making are all-important in
the United States; and that' all they
have to do, in dealing with us, is to
put the dollar above the man in order
to meet the full American require requirement."
ment." requirement." An unwise discrimination, but not
altogether the fault of Russia. If any
other country puts money higher above
the man than this one does, we feel
sorry for It.

LIGHT'S LATEST

Editor Star: I may not live to see
it, but the time is not far distant when
the northern side of the city of Ocala
will be the manufacturing, part. I
have been living for a long time In
this city and have watched the trend
of affairs and have seen the good work
going on steadily, enriching all who
settle on the east, west or south side.
But it is reserved for the north side
to develop into what upholds and en enriches
riches enriches all who enter there. Do not
then become discouraged because you
are on the north side.
I see by the papers that the ice plant
is soon to be rebuilt. It is needed.
The canning factory, too, and cold
storage plant will go up with the rest.
They are needed now. Too much of

our money goes to waste and too many
are Idle who might be employed. They

are coming fast. In fact, many are
getting their eyes open who have been

slumbering.

I am glad to see this move in this

part of the city. I am glad you are

satisfied where you are. Iam, where

I am. Let us all pull together for a

glad and wholesome city where no one

is but what wishes for each other's

welfare north, south, east and west
Yours for the best,
Well Wisher.

Washington, July 12. Local thunder
showers tonight or Thursday; not
much change in temperature, light va

riable winds.

BUSHXELL

The glorious fourth of July was

most fittingly celebrated in Bushnell.

Bushnell is soon to have an auto

mobile garage, which is already need needed
ed needed badly, as we have sir cars and
three new cars are reported to arrive
here in the next thirty days.

Mrs. C. Bevill has been ill for the
past few days, but is now convalesc convalescing.
ing. convalescing. Sumterville Times.

WEBSTER

Mr. J. W.
home to Mr.

Kimbrough has sold his
J. W. Caruthers and will

move to Lakeland about the first of
August.
Mr. Beery has bought out Mr. L. P.
Kimbrough and moved in last week.
Mrs. J. S. Collins left last wee for
Boston, where she is going to take a
course in music.
Dr. Bartee has sold his drugstore de department
partment department to Mr. Bob Pryor.
Mr. Getzen has bought a fine auto.
The Times learns from a reliable
source that there has been over two
hundred cars of melons shipped from
Webster this season which netted clear
of all expenses 1100 per car and 77, 77,-000
000 77,-000 crates of cucumbers, tomatoes and
beans that netted $1.25 per crate. Ac According
cording According to the above figures which is

a low estimate $116,250 has been dis distributed
tributed distributed among the truckers around
Webster this season, besides fine fields
of corn, cotton, pinders and sweet po potatoes
tatoes potatoes yet to be harvested. Sumter Sumterville
ville Sumterville Times.

SUMTER COUNTY BANKS

'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.

A report of the condition of the Cit Citizens
izens Citizens Bank of Bushnell at the close of
business June 30th shows total assets
of $123,082,32 and total deposits $106. $106.-753.70.
753.70. $106.-753.70. The- splendid report of the Coleman
Banking Company at Coleman shows
its total assets to be $80,350.30 and de deposits,
posits, deposits, $63,004.92.

On Monday at the water front of
Mr. J. G. Spurlin's residence at Lake
Weir, Mr. Spurlin and Mr. Horace
Whetstone caught 48 fine trout in a
little over an hour.

Mr. B. H. Sanders has moved into his
handsome new residence in the south southern
ern southern part of town which he has just
had completed. Mr. G. M. Mynheir, a

new resident in Ocala, has rented the

Carroll & Ditto cottage on South 7th

street that Mr. Sanders vacated.

CALOMEL

Mr. Leavengood, a new resident in
Ocala, has leased the residence on

Oklawaha avenue that Mr. H.
Hampton has just vacated.

M.

To the lucid Mr. Light Greeting:
Yours received and contents printed.

Some of it looks good, to you, but, it

won't stand analysis.
You are a better statesman than

some, an interesting writer on some

lines, an al philosopher and some
Dunklns as a farmer, though a few of

your neighbors are mean enough to

say you raise more hell than corn. But
if you tried to run a printing office,
we opine you would run It in the
ground. .
Following Is the portion of the law
applicable to the case in hand and cov covering
ering covering the portion the Star was con concerned
cerned concerned in and spoke about in the arti

cle that Drought forth your communi communication.
cation. communication. The matter of posting the no notices
tices notices did not concern us and was not
mentioned by this paper. The ques ques-v
v ques-v tion was raised by Mr. Sistrunk ask-
Inr tho Star if wa -nrnnlrt nilhlish thp

financial statement of the county for
one year for $10.
In Section 772, Page 396, General
Laws of Florida, the following will be.
found: "And If there is a newspaper
published in said county, they shall
cause a publication of the said state statement
ment statement to be made; provided, the expense
of said publication shall not exceed
ten. dollars." We may have been mis mistaken
taken mistaken about the legislature of 1909
passing it, but all the. same, it Is there.

We didn't observe what the Hillsboro

commissioners did. We know "about

ment of warrants for Marion county.

Tt mnnM taba at laaat 40 fiftft pm nf

double price composition, and the
tvbesettins: alone would cost more

than $10.
We don't charge legal rates for pub

lishing the commissioners' proceed

ings because we don't have to take
the same amount of trouble with it we
do with legal advertising: because it
is news matter, though much less con condensed
densed condensed than if it were written by a

reporter, and it costs no more to fill

space with it than any other sort of

reading.

The reason why we can publish the
laws of 1911 for $100 is that they are

printed on the cooperation plan. We
will not make any vast margin of

profit on them.

If we do not make money on some
kinds of printing. Mr. Light, we could

not run a paper in which to publish

your gems of thought. We have never

seen, anybody who was willing to pay

anything for the privilege of reading

them.

As for your attacks on the county

commissioners, we leave them to an

swer you. One of the former board

seems to have been about all you

could attend to.

PROTECT
THE HEALTH OF YOURSELF AND
FAMILY
Pope's Herb is prepared to provide a
dependable household remedy, based
upon the principle of purity of blood

Insuring freedom from disease. It is

a medicine for maladies such as, rheu

matism, liver complaints, constipation,
fever and ague, female disorders, indi indigestion,
gestion, indigestion, lumbago, kidney derangements,
catarrh, sick and nervous headaches,

loss of appetite and all ailments aris arising
ing arising from inactivity of the liver and
kidneys.

It is a purely herbs, barks and roots

compound. It Is put up in chocolate

coated tablets pleasing and easy to

take (or can be dissolved in water).

Mrs. J. C. Meade of Hyattsville, Md.,

says:

"For years I have suffered with

backache, headaches, neuralgia, and

nervousness and extreme fatigue. I

tried many remedies without relief.
Four months ago a grateful friend in

duced me to write to Pope Medicine Co.,

Washington, D..C. for a box of Pope's

Herb Compound Tablets. The very first

dose of two tablets gave me relief. 1

used not quite a $1 box and I am en

tirely cured of the pain in my back and

have no more headache."

Dr. J. V. Hennesey. a prominent phy

sician and surgeon of Albany, N. Y., In

part says:

"As a blood purifier, liver, kidney

and system regulator, I prescribe

Cope Medicine Co's. of Washington, D,

C, Herb Compound, as I have done for

the past- 20 years, and I have found it

to be a great remedy, which seldom If

ever fails. There are thousands of let

ters from users of Pope's Herbs, that
have been benefited and cured by its

proper use. Pope's Herb Compound

Tablets are put up 200 in a box. "six

months treatment," and will be sent

post-paid on receipt of $1. Each box

contains a printed guarantee binding

us to refund the purchase price if the

remedy fails to benefit, also full di

rections.

Guaranteed by the Pope Medicine

Co., Inc., under the Pure Food and

Drugs Act, June 30, 1906, No. 34956.

For term to agent h fa anoccapled ter

ritory, addreaa
POPE MEDICINE CO, INC.,
Pope Handing, Washington, D. C.

SMITH ELECTED SENATOR

The Georgia .legislature has elected
Hoke Smith to represent the state in

the national senate.

Dr. B, P. Wilson and family of Red-

dick, have removed to Lake Butler

where the doctor has purchased

drugstore, which he will conduct with

the' assistance of his son. Max. who is

a. graduate of the. Macon. Ga., pharma

ceutlcal school. Dr. Wilson came to

and has

citizens

of that section. He and his wife have

raised a good-sized family of sturdy
boys and pretty girls, and Marion

county is poorer and Bradford richer

for their removal. The Star hope.

they will be prosperous and happy in

their new home.

Reddick, many years ago,
since been one of the leadin

It-is a surprising thing that more

people do hot grow figs. They flourish

in our soil and climate and there is no

more delicious nor nourishing fruit

Marshall Cam. the enterprising little

son of Mr. W. D. Carn, has already
sold $S worth, of fruit from Pushes

growing in his garden.

DodHon'ft Liver-Tone Hat All the Me

dicinal Properties of Calomel with
None of the Dangerous After
Effects
You can get along without taking

calomel yourself or giving it to your

family when you can buy a substitute
for it as good as Dodson's Liver-Tone.
Dodson's Liver-Tone is a pure, harm

less vegetable liquid that starts the
liver to action just as surely as calo calomel
mel calomel does. But, unlike calomel, Dod-

son s Liver-Tone does not stimulate

the liver too much. It cures consti constipation
pation constipation gently instead of making you

more bilious than you were 'at first,

and it can no more salivate .you than

tablespoonful of maple syrup can

salivate you.

Dodson's Liver-Tone has given such

perfect satisfaction to every person to
whom the Court Pharmacy has sold a
bottle that this store will give the
money back to any person who buys a
bottle and does not find it a perfect
substitute for calomel. It is worth
something to you to try a medcine
with a guarantee like that.

OCALA AERIE NO. 1814, F. O. E.

Ocala Aerie No. 1814, Fraternal Or

der of Eagles, meets every first and

third Wednesday In the month, at 8:15

p. m., in Yonge's Hall. Visiting breth

ren are always welcome.

F. G. B. Weihe. President.
N. L. Williams. Secretary.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHLlS

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.

PINEACURA REMEDIES
At the Anti-Monopofy Drugstore

SOMETIMES
CAUSES

SALIVATION

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the

Postoffice Drugstore.

J. T.BROWN

CONTRACTOR FOR

ARTESIAN WELLS
Artesian and Irrigation Work a
Specialty
Satisfaction guaranteed. For In

formation apply to

J. T. DROWN,

Box 285

Ocala. Fla

HUNTER THE LOCKSMITH

MENDS UMBRELLAS FILES SAWS,

Repairs Locks, Fits or Makes Keys,

Repairs Guns, Etc., Etc., In a
Prompt and Workmanlike
Manner.
CALL ON OR SEND FOR HIM

He Can Either do Your Work or

Have It Done.
Corner North and Orance Streets
(Opposite Smoak's Shop)
OCALA - FLORIDA

Safe Mik for Hoft WekftBiier
No WasteNo Gemnrns

Here is a milk that is utterly sterile amazingly rich.' A Eii!2s
you can serve in frozen desserts and have them free from gernn

Tv

M a.

Madam, here are some facts

which ycu ought to consider.
Nothing else connected 'with
food is half so important to you.
Here is a milk which remains
in hot weather exactly the

same as it came from our dairies. It ij the finest
milk produced in America from high-bred
Holstein cows. It is produced under ideal con conditions.
ditions. conditions. It is utterly free from germs.
If you are not using it every day it is simply
because you don't know it.
It Isn't Peculiar
Van Camp's is simply rich Holstein milk with
two-thirds the water evaporated. Nothing is
added, as there is to condensed milk no surjar,
no starch, no preservative. Nothing but water is
taken out.
Our dairies are located in seven states, each in a
famous dairying section. They are conducted
under rigid inspection.
Close to each dairy we have built an evaporating
plant, and each one is sanitary built without
wood.
The milk fresh from the cows is put into a copper

vacuum. On account of
the vacuum, a moder moder-ate
ate moder-ate heat evaporates
most of the wacer. The
purpose is to reduce the
shipping bulk.

Fruit Ice Cream
Dilute two 16-oz. cans of
Van Camp's Milk with a
I ait of water that has been
boiled and cooled. Dis Dis-tc:ve
tc:ve Dis-tc:ve in it half a pound of
Sranulatt-d sugar. Mash a
f;cart of strawberries, rasp raspberries,
berries, raspberries, or any fruit desired;
,dd half a pound of su?ar
and let stand one hour. Put
He cream in the freezer and
freeze. When about frozen
pour in the berry juice and
beat well.- Freeze hard.
Write for our book of 131
recipes, including all sorts
Ki ice. cream.
Van Camp Packing Co.
Indianapolis, Ina.

When you put back that water you have a milk
exactly the same as it came from the cow, save for
the sterilization. ,
No Richer Milk
There is no richer milk in all t!.o world than we
produce in our model dairies. WFien Van Camp's
Milk comes to you it is as thick a3 thick cream.
So thick that you add one part water for coffee,
cereals or ice cream. It is 28 per cent solids, 8
per cent butter fat.
It is like the milks of Switzerland. For we
brought to our dairies the ablest Dutch and Swiss
experts. To bring this milk to you Li its perfect
condition we have spent $100,000 in r -"search
and experiment.
The result is the finest milk produced in
America the equal of any produced in the world.
Common milk cannot compare with it.
Its Utter Sterility
Each can of this-milk is pasteurised after being;
sealed. It is absolutely free fro-n germs.
. Milkman's miik, as ycu know, is always germ germ-laden.
laden. germ-laden. There are millions cf gerrr.3 in each spoon spoonful.
ful. spoonful. The things which you make with it, unless
they are cocked, -are always alive v.idi j,erms.
Careful people are coming tq sterilized milk.
Think how much better milk dishes will .taste to
you when you know they are free from infection.

Coolring With Cream
To cook with Van Camp's is like cooking

cream. It gives a richness and flavor Midi an
milkman's milk never gives.
The reasoa is this: Milkman's mSk scpcrctia. -The
butter fat rises and the solids faO. When thct
milk gets to the cooking it is rarely more than
half muk.
" Van Camp's is the whole milk, i It has mH the
butter fat, all the solids, which belong to the
richest milk. You will be surprised when you rct
discover how rich the whole milk Is.

Six Cents Per

When Van Camp's is reduced to the usual mSk'e
richness the cost will figure about six cents
per quart. Besides that you save the waste. You
open a can when you want it, and it keeps t3
you use it up. In the average family the use tS
Van Camp's cuts milk bills right in two. : V

The 16-oz, can a full pint of Vaa

costs 10 cents. The C-oz. can costs S
the poorest evaporated

milk doesn't cost any less.
Your grocer has Van
Camp's Milk, shipped from
our nearest dairy. Tell
him to send you some.-

Van Campus Milk
Evaporated Sterilized Unsweetened

(166)

!3ia5a53IaBi r

MUNICIPAL DIRECTORY

NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
"VVe wish to notify our customers

tuat we have bought out the big Mc-

Duffy business on Exposition street,
two blocks west of the Commercial
Bank and will be pleased to have you
call in person or 'phone your orders,

and we will take pleasure in serving

you. Our 'phone is the same, No. 209.

Free and prompt delivery as usual.
S. A. MOSES & BR0.

The best remedies ever offered for

cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, sores,
pains in the chest and back, or for
coughs. A trial will convince you.
Remember, say, "PINEACURA."

NOTICE OF FINAL. SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that on the
1st day of April, 1912. the undersign undersigned
ed undersigned executor will present my accounts
and vouchers to Hon. Joseph Bell
judge of probate in and for Marion
county, Florida, at his office in Ocala.
Florida, and will make my final settle settlement
ment settlement and will apply for final discharge
as such executor. Wm. M. Baker,
4 7 West 42nd St., New York City.
As Executor of Last Will and Testa Testament
ment Testament of Mrs. T. W. Baker.

THE -FOUNTAIN" OF YOUTH"

is the soda fountain in our drug store

All the youth of both sexes patronize It

but that does not keep the old folks
from enjoying it, too. Our soda is pure
and refreshing, and flavored with all

the popular syrups, xou will find It ex

hilarating, satisrying, cooling. Try It

once then you will recommend It your
self. Only Five Cents.
THE COURT PHARMACY
Phone 284

City Officers
Mayor John D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder H. M. .Hampton.
President of Council H. C. Jones.
President Pro Tern R. R. Carroll.
Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Tax Collector W. W. Clyatt.
Treasurer W. T. Gary.
Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
Marshal R. L. Carter.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Superintendent of Electric Lighting

Plant C. Caldwell.

Policemen Frank Hall, S. N. Grubbs.
Street Superintendent M. F. Dodson.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleveland.
City Council
Aldermen First Ward L. J. Knight,

C. R. Tydings.

Aldermen Second Ward J. H. Tay

lor, R. R. Carroll.

Aldermen Third Ward E. T. Hel-

venston, H. A. Fausett.

Aldermen Fourth Ward H. C. Jones,

G A. Carmiehael.

Alderman-at-Large W. P. Edwards.
Committees of the Council
Market G. ; A. v Carmiehael, L. J.

Knight, R. R. Carroll.

Sanitary E. T. Helvenston. W. P.

Edwards, H. A. Fausett.

Street R. R. Carroll, G. A. Carmi

ehael, J. H. Taylor.

Cemetery E. T. Helvenston, H. A.

Fausett, H. C. Jones.

Building H. C. Jones, H. A. Fausett,

G. A. Carmiehael.

Fire H. A. Fausett, C. R. Tydings,

R. R. Carroll.

Police W. P. Edwards, J. H. Taylor,

L. S: Knight.

Finance C. R. Tydings, J. H. Taylor,

E. T. Helvenston.

Judiciary L. J. Knight, C. R. Ty

dings, W. P. Edwards.

Light and Water J. H. Taylor, C. R.

Tydings, H. C. Jones.

Amur! Hoi tine Salk2 off Ells (Goodliniooo

TRY-

r

We had a car of Flour to come in ahead of time, and in order to reduce our stock, we are
making an' exceptionally low price on f-
ODEAL AMID) FM 133 '!
WE GUARANTEE THIS FLOUR TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE SAI1SFACTCC3 1
The following prices will hold good until the 22nd of July: ,

Ideal, whole barrel,
Ideal, half barrel, .
Ideal, 96 pound sack, .
Ideal, 24 pound sack,
Ideal, 12 pound sack3-

. . $5.70 Red Cross, whole barrel, il . . ICS. CO -f
3,05 Red Cross, half barrel, -r.. .. 1--.12.C3
2.85 Red Cross, 48 pound sack,l:- 1.C3
. .80 Red Crops, 24 pound sack, 1 : .75
.45 Red Cross, 12 pound sack, .... C0

HAPPIEST GIRL IX LINCOLN

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

been ailing for. some time with chronie
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.

CONCORDIA 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.

FORT KING CAMP NO. 14,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.

Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening,
July 14, 1911, in Yonge's Hall.
Visiting sovereigns always welcome.
W. F. Marlowe, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

TULULA LODGE NO. 22. I. O. O. F.

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. M.

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets in
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month.
Visiting brethren cordially Invite!
W. T. Mcllwalne, W. M.
G. W. Martin, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Edward Drake, E. R.
Louis F. Savarese, Sec'y.

OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, 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. Bouvier. H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

We have a full line of -Mason's Fruit Jars and The Queen, wide mouth,. Fruit Jar,
with glass top.
..."'.

2 PHONES, 16 AND 174

OCALA, FLODIDA

nin:!

I SEA DELICACIES

I have Shrimp and Crabs and
Deviled Crabs daily at my Cafe.
If you have not done so, be sure
you try my famous
35c. MERCHANTS DINNER.
You will find everything good
to eat at

(EATINGS CAFE 1

Charles RodofT, Proprietor.
nmninnuHMimimnmnunimmmi

CASTRO HAS THE COIX

OPEN FOR BUSINESS

I am again open for business at my
store on Fort King avenue. The
building has been repaired, a new
stock received and we will be pleased
t otake your measure and make your
clothes. The latest designs In piece
goods to select your suit, trousers or
coat from. Come in and make a selec selection.
tion. selection. Fit, price and quality guaranteed.
JERRY BURNETT
The Tailor,
OCALA, :: FLORIDA.

To Carry on War Md Bin Old Adher
eot Are Floekl.a: to Hla
Standard
Caracas, Venezuela, July 12. Cip Cip-riano
riano Cip-riano Castro, self-styled man of desti destiny,
ny, destiny, who once set out with an army
of twenty-three ranchmen and over overturned
turned overturned the government, seems prac practically
tically practically assured of regaining the presi presidency.
dency. presidency. Even many of teh military au authorities
thorities authorities here assert that the present
regime is tottering and that only for foreign
eign foreign intervention can save it.
Castro has already an army of more

than two thousand men. These troops
are equipped with modern army rifles,
using steel jacketed bullets. Whence
they came ia a matter of speculation,
but it has been known here for a
month that they had been shipped.
In the Credit Lyonnais of France
Castro has on deposit 35,600.000 francs,
or about 17,000.000. He is said to have
the additional backing of Banker Sil Sil-vera,
vera, Sil-vera, who has asserted that unlimited
means would be at the disposal of the
exiled dictator.

RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE
I have several choice residence lots,
fronting on the Anthony hard road,
south of Mr. E C. Smith's residence.
50x173 feet, that will make splendid,
well located homes or as investments.
Must be sold at once If purchaser gets
the low price they are now offered at.
200 per lot. F. W. Ditto. Ocala. Fla.

Bradentown's telephone wires have
all been placed underground.

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 V Kidney Remedy
cured me well and sound." Ask for it.
Sold by Court Pharmacy.

C, J. PHILLIPS

Contractor end Cz!!t:

Plans ana specifications PcnUs&rd
Upon Request.
120 South Third Street

OCALA FLORIDA

GEORGE TUO
. -J .'
The Prcakeat a ad Beat ef Frails

Vc-et-fc.es
' QUICK DELIVERY
We Taaak Ysa t Call amd So IJa

MOXTEQUMA BLOCK OCALA, ffLA.

fey Usm PQ3
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESUCTO
Oirs prompt relief from DAC2AC1I2,
KIDNEY mod BLADDER TROUKI.B,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTIOri of the
KIDNEYS, IMFLAUMATIOn ef tt
BLADDER and all annoyin URIH ARt
IRREGULARITIES. A positiTS boon ta
MIDDLE A Q EC D and BLDBRLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN. 1
HAVft HI OH 1ST RKCOMMCMDATiea

& A. Dart, 827 WasUMtea 8L. CoaaarfrU),
Ind., is in his ISth year. 11a writes tu: "I hats
lately caffarad mack froai aur kidaava aad btaav

der I

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was too fraqoeot, caoaiaa mm to mm aiaca alarf
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SOLD BY THE CO CRT, KlAXt-lACT



OCAliA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1011.

DHJIOXD DTJST
HELD WITHOUT BAIL

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

THE COB I

WE LEAD IN

Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Carts, Automobiles. Harness and
Leather Goods, Farm Machinery', Wire and Wire Fencing; Umbrellas.
Canopies and Tops for Euggles, 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,
COX $Sb College
College Park,
Georgia.
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Enrollment past pesslon of the two institutions, over 8C0 students in the various departments.
69th Session begins JSejpt. 12, 1911. For catalogue, illustrations tnd general information, address
... COX COLLEGE AND CONSERVATORY. College Park, Ga.

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North Ave. and Peach tree St., Atlanta, Car. Boardin and Day School for girls and young
ladies. Boardingxlepartment strictly limited to insure refintd home lif e. Classes divided into
small sections to secure personal instruction. Faculty of eighteen specialists. Conservatory
advantages in Music, Art, Expression. Certificate admits to Vas.-:ar, We.'lesley. Randolph Randolph-Macon,
Macon, Randolph-Macon, etc. Thirty-fourth session begins September 14, 1911. Catalogue on application.
I D. SCOTT, EMMA B. SCOTT, Principals.

PUDDINGS
. fl,Je from
JEL10
ICE CREAM
Powder
Are fbf easiest made and most de delicious
licious delicious ever seryetl by the finest cooks.
Simply stir tlve powder into milk,
boil a few minutes, and it's done.
Anyone can do it. Directions printed
pn the package.
"je Cream made from Jll-O Jcfi
Jrea.yj Powder costs only one mut a
dish.
" Flavors t Vanilla, Strawberry,
Lemon, Chocolate, and Unflavored.
At Grocers', 2 psutitapes 25 cento.
Beautiful Recipe Book JFree. Ad-
Tbta?esee Pure Food Co, Le Roy, N.Y.
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TIME TO CELEBRATE
When ytm r4er any of our
SEAFOOO .SPECIALS
Far tme-Fourth-or any other "day. Our
market lAbe one to serve you with
tlws best itu ch.oicest sea food.
W. P, EDWARDS
PTo 108 New City Market.
OtfALA, FLORIDA.
IT IS FAN SEASON
And we are not alluding 10 baseball
cither. Bu those hot days make the
breeze' dispeujng electrical fans ne necessary
cessary necessary in every office, store, factory
and home. Our business is to install
- these and take care of thm as well as
furnishing all kiids of electric 1 fup fup-flfis
flfis fup-flfis for vr purpose. We are Very
reasonable in charges and prompt in
our. work.
II. V. TUCKER
Corner South First Street and Osce Osceola.
ola. Osceola. Avenue. .PHONE 800

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Ocala, Florida
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F. A. MOILTOJ
GALLOWAY & MODLTON
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PLANS AMD ESTIMATES Fl'R.MSHED
P. O. BOX 273 OCALA, FLA
and Conservatory

Delightfully situated In a beautiful suburb of Atlanta,
with most invigorating climate, Cox College

and Conservatory offers many advantages to
students from all parts of America, College
professors from leading American and
European universities maintain broad
courses of study and high standards.
The union of Cox College Conserva Conservatory
tory Conservatory and the Atlanta Conservatory
affords the strongest Conservatory
tminatg
KICKS FROM MR. COULTER
To the Board of County Commission
ers: You ask if "the citizens of this
county desire you to retrench and sus
pend hard road construction in Mar
ion county." You are prompted to this
inquiry by reason of the presence of
the state auditor- Th writer answers
yes; emphatically yes. except a differ
ent policy is pursued than that prac
ticed by the board heretofore, J.
utilizing the funds of one district
e
to
hard surface roads in another. Here's
he truth: We who are or should be
benefited by the Blitchton route have
paid road money to build from 15 to
25 miles to other sections while we
have hardly five and a half miles and
an eighth of this is no better than
sand hill and in rainy seasons much
of the road is impassable. We hav
fussed, complained and got mad. bu
availed nothing1. Then jye tried coax
ins and sugarism, and no results. Now
we who believe "in equal rights to all
appeal to you to ponder, this discrim
ination and help us. Members of
the old board occasionally remarked
'Get you a county commissioner," or
"make a big lot of noise and you 11
stand in; you'll succeed." The former
proposition is impossible; the latter
made bad matters worse. Members of
the present board, in all seriousness
we ask, shall your policy be similar to
that above or will you give us an equal
showing as humble taxpayers? Again
the pubjic roads which are not sur surfaced
faced surfaced are neglected. I spak pf those
out this way, especially the Fleming Fleming-ton,
ton, Fleming-ton, Williston and Cotton Plant roads.
and rocks are left in the roads, where
as if once removed forever removed,
and this to an industrious supervisor
would be an easy task. I appeal to
you citizens who are interested in this
side to know if I'm right in asserting
there is discrimination. If so, write
and talk it without fear or favor.
J. W. Coulter.
Bltchton, July 12, 1911.
FULL BLOOD RHODE ISLAND BEDS
I have for sale a limited number of
thoroughbred single comb Rhode Isl Island
and Island Red pullets gnd cockerels. Bred
to lay from prize wtnnis SJrain. Mrs.
H. C. Jones, North Magnolia street.
OLl SOLDIER TORTURED
"For years f suferpd unspeakable
torture from indigestion, constipation
and Jiver trouble," wrote A. K. Smith,
a war veteran at Erie, Pa "but Dr.
King's New Life Pills fixed me all right.
They're simply great." Try them for
any stomach, liver or kidney trouble.
Onl 1 25c. at Tydings & Co.
STORE FOR RENT
A well located and most desirable
store building for rent. Possession
aitiiin 30 days.. Apply at the Star of-
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
The second floor of the Bell apart apartment
ment apartment house on Fort King avenue is
for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the
court house.
Dent 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 right; -,
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company.

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Rebekahs meet tonight.
F. U. of A. meets tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
If you
want a Merry Widow, see
Ham p.
Mr. C. A. Pound of Gainesville is at
th Ocala House.
If you are looking for something up-
o-date in frames, call at Mills' studio.
The Montezuma
hotel had
ar-
rivals yesterday.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postofflce Drugstore.
Mr. J. I Wall of Summerfleld
Is a
guest of the Montezuma.
TO
LOAN ?750 on city real prop prop-Address
Address prop-Address P. O. Box 583, city.
erty.
Mr. W. M. Barfield of Coleman Is
guest of the Montezuma.
Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It is healthful and invigorating.
Capt. J. B. Martin of Oklawaha is
guest o.f the Montezuma.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postofflce Drugstore.
E. L. Bouchard of Mulberry was at
the Ocala House last night.
W. A. Baxley of Istachatta was at
the Montezuma yesterday,
D. L.. Butler of Boise, Idaho, was at
the Montezuma yesterday.
Mrs, P. J. Pelot of Levon was at the
Montezuma yesterday.
L, E. McLaln of St. Petersburg was
at the Ocala House yesterday.
When you have anything to frame
take it to the Ocala News Co.; all kinds
of mouldings.
Oscar Merlin of Gainesville, J. J.
Stephens and T. B. Quimby of Tampa
were at the "Montezuma yesterday.
You can get anything from a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills
studio.
Mrs. Geo. C. Dame of Inverness and
Mrs. Hunt of Bushnell were at the
Ocala House yesterday.
The best line of moulding and
frames in Qcala can be found at Mills'
studio.
W. C. White of Moss Bluff and tf. O.
Marsh and son of Dexter were at the
Montezuma yesterday.
Striped and dotted rainproof foul
ards are attractive .for hoods for mo motoring.
toring. motoring. O. V. Williams and W. Hunt of
Gainesville were at the Ocala House
last night.
Your kodak work can be finished in
two to three days if you leave it at
Mills studio.
S. E. Smith, J. C. Pillans and Miss
D. A. Pillans of Electra were at the
Montezuma yesterday.
The prettiest line of cut glass, silver
and fine hand-painted china at A. E.
Burnett's
J. A. Haynes and
Cincinnati were at
last night.
H. A. Huggins of
the Ocala House
Yqu pan get your pietus framed at
the Qcala News Company and get them
now.
E. W. Rayburn of Atlanta and R. H.
Hawkins of .Birmingham were at the
Montezuma last night.
Two good leaders: Peroxide Cream
and Beck's Cold Cream at the Court
Pharmacy.
Miss Ethel Haycraft has returned
from a pleasant visit, to friends at In Inverness.
verness. Inverness. WANTED To buy
range hogs for cash.
Ocala, Fla.
!5 to 75 head of
F. W. Pitte,
Messrs. C. M. Lowe and J. E. T. Bow-
den of Jacksonville, are guests of the
Ocala House.
WANTED A quart or two quarts of
bird's eye red peppers. Apply at Star
Office.
B. E. Grantz of Cleveland, O.. J. and
B. H. King of Atlanta were at the
Ocaa House yesterday.
We have the best line or hair brush
es. combs and other toilet articles in
the city. The Court Pharmacy.
J. B. Murrell of Jacksonville and F,
J. Kennard of Tampa were at the
Ocala House yesterday.
A. A. Waterman's self-filling, rella-
Dle, non-leaking fountain pens; all
sizes and several different prices, at
the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. A. R. Harper of Jacksonville.
the piano man, is in town to look after
the Ocala branch of his business. He
is registered at the Montezuma.
When yqu are happy drink PLEZOL.
When yon are dry drink PLEZOL.
When you look for prosperity drink
PLEZOL.
W, H. Powell. J. S. Jones. F. P. Fitz Fitzgerald.
gerald. Fitzgerald. F. O. Bauman and L. C. Butler
of Jacksonville were at the Montezuma
yetserday.
Norris famous Atlanta candles, a
high grade confection, received every
few days by express direct from the
factory at the Court Pharmacy.
Harry C. Groves of New York and
L. F.' Blankner and O. S. Marstqn of
Baltimore, were at the Oala Ifouse
jast night
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.
A new cottage is being framed in
Magnolia Place, the pretty subdivision
that was completely sold out at auc auction
tion auction in one day last spring by Messrs.
Woodrow and Robinson.
5 or 6 doses H866 will cure any case
of Chills and Feyer- Price, 25a

Ocala LMt Yesterday' Game to Lee Lee-bursElk
bursElk Lee-bursElk Go to Galaevrtlle To Tomorrow,
morrow, Tomorrow, ami Oxford Kids Come
to Play Here
Yesterdajs ball game resulted in a
score of 11 for Leesburg to 5 for
Ocala.
The Ocala fans criticise the home
team in a very caustic manner too
much so, the -Star thinks, and it rec recommends
ommends recommends that when we can't cheer
our boys we keep silent. Sometimes,
like the rest of us, they are doing their
best when unsuccessful.
The Leesburg team played fairly
good ball. Gillespie and Howell partic particularly.
ularly. particularly. Harris pitched for Ocala and
Bullock caught. Ward Leavengood and
Jim Engesser umpired the game.
The Oxford Juniors will be here to
play the Ocala boys of .their age to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. The Oxford kids are a husky
lot and our little chaps must be on
their mettle.
The Elks will go to Gainesville to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, probably twenty-five strong,
to play a return game with the team
representing the Gainesville lodge. It
will be a nice trip for any one wishing
to accompany the team, and you can
return home on the 8:45Ccast Line
train.

LEFT A FEW IX LEESBURG
A. B. Lees and wife. F. Gillespie, W.
Howell, E. L. Peabodjv ,WC Brazier, G.
Sayles, F. Pemble, J. Pemble, H. Car Carpenter,
penter, Carpenter, P. Alsobrook. T. Thompson, J.
Lee, A. B. Medlin, Jr., W. A. Medlln.
B. H. Brdiges. Eloise Bridges. Miss D.
Hughes and B. F. Watts and son, Locke
Williams and Jimmy Cottrell, all of
Leesburg. registered at the Montezu Montezuma
ma Montezuma yesterday. Nearly all of them
eame up to see the ball game. They
left a few people at home to take care
of the town till their return.
EXTRA FIXE PICTURES
WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE
The' Air Dome will have a partic particularly
ularly particularly fine subject tonight in "The Sol Soldiers
diers Soldiers of the Cross." one of the best
pictures ever shown, and the -people
should be sure to turn out and see it.
All the other subjects are interest interesting,
ing, interesting, one, "The International Aviation
Meet at Belmont Park, N. J., being
particularly seasonable, as the meet,
the greatest in the history of aviation,
was held only a few weeks ago.
The other subjects are:;
"The Lily of the Tenement," a story
of the East Side, New York.
"The Lost Ribbon."
DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
Office: 203
Residence 295
EXPRESS OFFICE ADDITION
Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith are build building
ing building an addition on the rear of the
building which they own occupied by
the Southern Express Company. The
doctor will use the second floor of the
addition for his own office as soon as
completed and will move from the
offices he now occupies In the Holder
block. The express company needs the
additional room that the extension to
the building will give it.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. sL. Maloney, at the GIrard, No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c.
room. in the city.
MONTEZUMA BARBER SHOP
V. F. BLESCH, Proprietor.
Business Men's Favorite Place Reop
ened by a Veteran Veteran-CALL
CALL Veteran-CALL AND SEE HIM
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All Work Done by I J censed Embalm-
evs and Fully Guaranteed.
NEARLY ALL IX
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 yo.ur.
home is a "well spring of pleasure
to the family, which you should have
installed now in youf b6w0 by relia
ble and scientific plumbers, ke
those those of
THE OCALA PLUMBING AND
ELECTRIC COMPANY
$1.05c.
For 80c,
One Jar Sunbeam Preserve. . ,85 Cle,
One Dqttle Sunbeam Salad Dren-
ming .,, 85 Cta.
One Mottle Soybean Catnap ....15 Cte.
One Pint Bottle Sunbeam Grape-
Juice 23 Cte
One GiaMN Sunbeam Peanut flut
ter 15 Cte.
91.05
All these for 80 cents and every one
guaranteed to be the best.
Baxter Cam
SUCCESSOR to MARTIN & CARS

Ha Made Oat a Stroaff Caae
Asralnat Loala Wate
The preliminary hearing of Louis
Waterman, charged with the killing of
Mr. and Mrs. A. ML Higglns. an aged
couple, two weeks ago at their home
at Lake Brrant. was adianrn) lt
evening till 19 o'clock this morning.
Only about half of the witnesses sum summoned,
moned, summoned, about 22 in number, were ex examined.
amined. examined. The state made out. a very
strong case against Mr.. Waterman, on
circumstantial evidence, though.
This morning court was convened
and Mr. Waterman and his counsel,
Mr. R, B. Bullock, decided to introduce
no witnesses. The judge held the de defendant
fendant defendant over to await the action of
the grand jury without bail and he
was taken to the county jaiL
The evidence brought out showed
that Mr. Waterman was absent from
home at the time of the killing and
could give no satisfactory accounting
of his whereabouts; that he possessed
such a weapon as the killing was done
with; that he had injuries on his legs
and knees, just such as the person who
fell over the pine stump in escaping
from the window where the shots were
fired from, could or would have sus sustained;
tained; sustained; that he told several at least
three different stories about how he
received the injuries to his legs; that
he had made threats against the life
of Mr. Higgins; that Higgins had told
several people that he feared Water Waterman
man Waterman would kill him, etc. 1
As Mr. Waterman has made no
statement or introduced no witnesses,
It Is Impossible to tell how strong his
defense may be, but the state is satis
fied with the evidence it ha3 in the
case.
L. H. VAN ENGELKEN, M. D.
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old Poatefflee Building;, Room 4
THE BEST YET
1
The pictures at the Temple last
night were the best yet -and were wit
nessed" by a large crowd. But still bet
ter is the Feature film for tonight,
"The Voice of His Conscience." A rich
landlord tries to collect his rent from
a poor tenant. When the poor man
goes to pay the landlord he is struck
witn a coin ana in trying to dodge the
blow, kills the old man. Another
young man comes in just in time to I
be arrested for the crime. At his trial
the tenant is drawn on the jury, but
as his wife is very sick, will not say
he did it, fearing the shock would kill
his wife, but during the trial news of
his wife s death reaches him and, he!
tells alt This Is a very strong drama
that cannot fail to hold your atten
tion all the way through. Don't miss
this great picture at the Temple to
night. Also two other pictures good
enough to be featured.
ALL AROUND SOUTH
FLORIDA IN THEIR
AUTOS
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt. Mrs.
Willis of Crystal River, Dr. and Mrs.
A. L. Izlar and son, Laurie, left early
this morning in their automobiles for
a several days pleasure trip through
the state. Their itinerary will be as
follows: Leesburg, Eustis, Sanford,
Orlando, DeLand, Daytona Beach, St.
Augustine, Jacksonville, Palatka and
home. Stops along at the
different
places of interest will be made and
the trip will take up several days.
NEW BROKERAGE BUSINESS
j
Mr.
?. fi Jones, a hustling young
man from JTampa, of pleasing address
and well known ability, is in town and
has leased an office and will open a
brokerage business here. Mr. Jones
was for some time with the well
known firm of Jones & McLaughlin, of 1
Tampa. There is a good opening here
for a general brokerage business and
we believe Mr. Jones will do well.
Mr. Jones has leased offices in the
Thompson block over the Teapot
Qroeery,
BAPTIST SOCIAL
The Baptist Young People's Union
will hold their regular social Thurs
day evening, July 13th, at the- resi
dence of Mrs. A. J. Brigance (next door
south of Mrs. Van Hood's).. The so social
cial social committee has arranged interest interesting
ing interesting games, etc., and a cordial invita
tion is extended to all friends.
COMMISSIONERS IN SESSION
The county
commissioners are in
session today. The special business
before the session Is the report of the
jail test and the matter of accepting
the building. Road matters also will
receive the attention or the hoard.
Miss Bettie Wray Mclver has return-
ed from her visit to relatives and
friends in North and South Carolina,
and gone on down to the Mclver sum summer
mer summer cottage at the lake.
Mr. B. J. Johnson of Cotton Plant,
who bought a Whiting car from Knight
& Lang some time since, has wrecked
the car and is having the engine re rebuilt.
built. rebuilt. Mr. Harvey Clark has returned from
Daytona Beach, where he went with
his wife and baby, daughter. The lit little
tle little girl has been ill but the few days
at the bea.ch have helped her. Mrs.
Clark and the baby are pleasantly Jo-
cated at the Seaside Inn, where they
will be for the next six weeks-
Mr. Guy Toph and his brother. Mas Master
ter Master Raymond Toph, eame home yester yesterday
day yesterday from Daytona Beach, where they
have been for the past three weeks.
Mrs. Toph, Dorothy and Guy, Jr., will
remain for some time longer.
Mrs. J. G. Ramsaur, daughter, Leon-
tine and son Keneth, came down yes-
terday from Jacksonville. They wil
visit Mrs. Ramsaur's sister, Mrs. P. R.
Carroll, for a few days and will then
accompany Mrs. Carroll and Morris to
Wood mar to spend som time there.
Mr. Gus Liddon k laying a cement
sidewalk iu front of- his residence and
M;C B. H. Converse is laying a cement
sidewalk along the entire side of the
block owned by him on South Third
street.
Dr. F. E. McClane's new residence
in Palmetto Park is almost ready for
the family to move into. The bunga bungalow
low bungalow will be a verv nrettv nni am i
one of the most novel in contruakm
of anything in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. F W. Ditto and little
son," Frank and Mr. P. V. Leavengood,
went to Reddiek today In Mr. Ditto's
car t visit Mr. Tinker and family at
Millwood Farm.
Mr. Gilbert, .selling Hackney wag
ons and Mr. King pushing the fortunes
of the Ames Euggy Co.. are in the city
on business with Mr. W. A. Knteht.
Fresh limes for limeade at the foun
tain o.t the CQurt Pba.rro.acy.

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CREATE OR CRUMBLE. EVERY MAN SHOULD CREATE A FOUN FOUNDATION
DATION FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESS BEFORE OLD AGE CRUMBLES HIS BAXUf BAXUf-ING
ING BAXUf-ING POWERS. A SMALL BANK ACCOUNT STARTED TODAY, MOW,
WILL START YOU ON THE ROAD TO INDEPENDENCE. . TVSS
FARTHER YOU TRAVEL ON THIS ROAD THE LESS YOIT WILL
WISH TO TURN ASIDE. s

CAPITAL
OCALA,
COTTAGE FOR RENT V
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.
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
sist with books but not necessary to be
a bookkeeper. State age, qualifications
and references. P. O. Box 604, Ocala.
Mr. L. K. Edwards, wife and daugh
ter of Irvine, are In the city spend
ing the day with Mr. Edwards broth
er, Mr. J. L. Edwards. They came over
in their big Bulck automobile.
The handsome Bishop & Babcock
fountain and counter was set in place
yesterday and today at' the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. It is a beauty.
Two of the marble slabs were broken
in transit, but will be soon replaced.
The counter is all solid marble and
onyx. -
v The point lace handkerchief given to
the U. D. C. chapter by Mrs. Whet Whetstone
stone Whetstone will be drawn for Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 5 o'clock at Mrs. Ed Carmi Carmi-chael's.
chael's. Carmi-chael's. Each one having a nunrber is
cordially invited to be present at the
drawing.
If you smoke you will be Interested
in the best line of cigars in the city
at the Court Pharmacy.
Serve PLEZOL to your ramlly.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink
PLEZOL.
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.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at
the
Postofflce Drugstore.
SI'MTEU COUNTY SPLICES
BuHche of Yuaajr People
Wedded BIImm
SeeklBK
(Sumterville Times, July)
Wedding bells will ring at Coleman
Sunday, invitations having been sent
our for the nuptials of Mr. John Nix
and Miss Bessie McArthur.
A young couple appeared at the
county judge's office Monday morning
and applied for marriage license and
Coleman's popular, mayor, Judge T. H.
Wicker, being present was called upon
to perform the ceremony, which he
did, the contracting parties being Mr.
a. M. Anderson of Bushnell and Miss
Annie Gant of Webster,
-
Two v Webster's popular young
people, Mr. David Collins and Miss
Edith Bates came up in an auto Tues
day evening, secured a marriage li license
cense license and were pronounced man and
wife by Judge J. C. B. Koonce.
REST- AND HEALTH
TO MOTHER AND CHILD
Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used for over SIXTY YEARS
by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their
CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING, with
PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the
CHILD, SOFTENS THE GUMS, AL
LAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC,
land is the best remedy for DIAR
nrnjciA. ii is aDsoiuieiy narmiess r;e
sure and ask for "Mr3. WInslow's
Soothing Syrup." and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle
UP-TO-DATE MAPS?
Latest maps of Florida and all oth
er states at Ballard's.
HAY FEVER AXD SUMMER COLDS
Must be relieved Quickly and Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound will do it.
E. M. Stewart. 1634 Wolfram. St Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, writes: "I have been greatly
I 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.
NOTICE
Of Dfekittoa of Calbreata. Bell
No-trce is hereby gives that the firm
of Culbreath & B1L Insurance agents.
; Is this day dissolved, Mr. C E.
Cul-
breath Tetirins from th business. Ac-
i counts against the late firm will be
settled by the undersigned.
This July 1st, 191L Joseph BelL
There are Two Kinds of Chill Tonic
PLANK'S AND OTHERS
THE OLH RELIABLE PLANK'S
- CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA. TO
CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS
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OCAUL EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JTXY 12, 1911.

The House
of the
ering
: Pines
By ANNA KATHARINE GREEN
Copyright. 191 by Anna Katharine
. Roblfs

Whisp

CHAPTER XXII.

WHEKE 18 MY B BOTHER T
'HAT 13 the explanation of
Carmei's reappearance In
ry y town and of this sensational
introduction of her Into the
courtroom in a restored state of health
of which ao one, so far us known, had
had any intimation save the man who
was respopsible for her appearance?
The particulars are due you.
. She had passed some weeks at Lake-
wood under the eye of "Miss Un win,
the nurse, who was detailed to watch
as l well as feud her. During these
weeks she gave uo sign of Improve Improvement
ment Improvement mentally, though she constantly
: gained strength otherwise and im impressed
pressed impressed everybody with the clear light
. in her eye and the absence of every everything
thing everything suggestive of gloom in her ex expression
pression expression and language. There was the
same complete loss of memory up to
the time of the tragic occurrence which
had desolated her home; the same
harping at odd moments on Adelaide's
bapplneds and her own prospect of
seeing this dear sister very soon which
bad. marked the opening days of her
convalescence. But beyond and back
of all this was some secret joy, unin unintelligible
telligible unintelligible to the nurse, which helped
rather than retarded the sick girl's re recovery.
covery. recovery. Meanwhile Carmel was allowed such
liberty as her condition required, but
was never left alone for a moment
after, a certain day when her eye sud suddenly
denly suddenly took on a strange look of con confused
fused confused inquiry totally dissociated, with
anything she saw or heard.
The awakening took place at Lake Lake-wood.
wood. Lake-wood. Carmel had been out and was
just crossing the hall of her hotel to
the elevator when she stopped with a
violent start and, clutching the air.
was caught by her nurse, who had
hurried up at the first intimation of
' anything unusual in the condition of
ber patient.
The cause of this agitation was im immediately
mediately immediately apparent Near them sat
two ladles, each with a small wine wineglass
glass wineglass In her hand a common sight
enough, but it worked a revolution In
Carmel'8 darkened mind. The light of
youthful joyousness fled from her face,
new life, blanched to the deathlike hue
of mortal suffering. Dropping her eyes
from the women, she said to the wom woman
an woman In whose arms she felt herself sup supported:
ported: supported: "Explain! Where am IT
"At Lakewood, in a hotel. You have
been 111 and are only just recovering."
Her hand went up to her cheek, the
one that had been burned, and still
showed the deep traces of that acci accident.
dent. accident. "I remember," said she. Then, with
another glance at her dress, which had
studiously been kept cheerful, she re remarked,
marked, remarked, with deep reproach: "My sis sister
ter sister is dead. Why am I not In black?"
The nurse, realizing her responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility (she said afterward that it was
the most serious moment of her life),
' subdued her own astonishment at this
proof of her young patient's knowledge
of a crime of which she was universal universally
ly universally supposed to be entirely ignorant
and. bestowing an assuring smile on
the agitated girl, observed softly:
"You were too ill to be burdened
with black. You are better now and
may assume it if you will. I will help
, you buy your mourning."
"Yes; you look like a kind woman.
What is your name, please, and are we
here afone in this great hotel?"
Now, as a matter of expediency,
to save Carmel from the unendurable
curiosity of the crowd aft herself
from the importunities of the New
York reporters, Miss Unwin had reg registered
istered registered herself and her charge under
assumed names. She was. therefore,
forced to reply:
"My name is Huckins, and we are
here alone. But that need not worry
you.' I have watched over you night
and day for many weeks."
"You have? Because of this slight
burn?w Again Carmel'a hand went to
her cheek. y
"Not on account of that only. You
have had n serious Illness quite apart
from that Injury. But you arebetter;
you are almost well well enough -to
go home.. If you will."
"1 cannot go home not just yet.
I'm I'm not strong enough. But we
shouldn't be here alone without some
man to look after us. Miss Huckins.
. where is my brother?"
At this question, uttered with em emphasis,
phasis, emphasis, with anxiety with indignation
even Miss TJnwin felt the emotion she
had so successfully subdued up to this
moment betray itself in her voice as
she answered with a quiet motion to toward
ward toward the elevator: "Let us go up to
, our room. There I will answer all
your questions."
But Carmel, with the waywardness
of her years, or perhaps with deeper
reasoning powers than the other would
be apt to attribute to her, broke softly
away from Miss Dnwin's detaining
hand and. walking directly into the
office, looked about for the newspaper
-stand. She reached it just as a boy
stepped. Into view with the evening
bulletin, on which had been written
these words:
The last Juror obtained tn the trial of
Arthur Cumberland fur the murder of his
slater, Adelaide.
Carmel t saw and stood, a breathless
- image of horror. A couple of gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen came running, but the nurse wav waved
ed waved them back and herself caught Car Carmel
mel Carmel and upheld her. in momentary
dread of anotner mental if not phys physical
ical physical collapse.
But Carmel had come back into the
world of consciousness to stay. Ac Accepting
cepting Accepting her nurse's support, but giv giving
ing giving no sign of waning faculties or im imperfect
perfect imperfect understanding of what she had
seen, she spoke quite clearly and with
her eyes fixed upon Miss Unwin.
' ; "So that is why 1 am here, away
from all my friends. Was I too 111 to

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"You were much too ill," protested
the nurse, leading her toward the ele elevator
vator elevator and so by degrees to her room.
"And Arthur poor Arthur, has been
the sufferer! Tell me the whole story.
I can bear It," she pleaded. "I can
bear anything but not knowing. Why
should he have fallen under suspicion?
He was not even there. I must go to
him. Pack up our clothing. Miss Huck Huckins.
ins. Huckins. I must go to him at once."
With the sudden rending of the
clouds which had obscured her intel intellect
lect intellect strange powers had awakened in
this young girl.
"You shall go," began the nurse, and
stopped.
Carmel was not listening. Another
change of thought had come. "How
can 5 1 ?" fell in unconscious betrayal
from her Hps. "How can 1!" Then
she stood silent, ghastly with lack of
color one minute and rosy red with
its excess the next, until it was hard
to tell in which extreme her feeling
spoke most truly.
What was the feeling? Nurse Unwin
felt 11 Imperative to know, She ap-
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proached" Carmef wUhfenewed offers
of help and such expressions of sym sympathy
pathy sympathy as she thought might lure her
Into o?o'n speech.
But discretion had come with fear,
and Carmel. while not disdaining the
other's kindness. Instantly made it ap apparent
parent apparent that, whatever her burden and
however unsuited it was to her present
weak condition, it was not one she felt
willing to share.
"I must think," she murmured as
she finally followed the nurse's lead
and seated herself on a lounge. "Ar "Arthur
thur "Arthur on trial for his life! Arthur on
trial for his life! And Adelaide was
not even murdered !"
"No?" gasped the nurse, intent on
every word this long silenced witness
let fall.
"Had he ho friend? Was there not
some one to understand? Adelaide"
here her head fell till her face was lost
to sight "had a lover"
"Yes. Mr. Elwood Ranelagh. He was
the first to be arrested for the crime."
The soul in Carmel seemed to vanish
at this word. The eyes, which had
been so farseeing the moment before,
grew blank and the lithe young body
stiff with that death in life which is
almost worse to look upon than death
itself. Then the stony eyes softened
and fell, the rigidity of her frame re relaxed,
laxed, relaxed, and Carmel sank back again on
the sofa and tried to read the head headlines
lines headlines on the open sheet before her.
But her eyes were unequal to the task.
With a sob she dropped the paper and
entreated -the nurse to relate to her
from her own knowledge all that had
passed.
Miss Unwin complied, but with res reservations.
ervations. reservations. She said nothing about the
marks on Adelaide's throat or of the
special reason which the police had for
arresting Mr. Ranelagh. She did not
dare. Strangulation was a horrible
death to contemplate, and if this fac factor
tor factor In the crime she was not deceived
by Carmel's exclamation that there
had been no murder was unknown as
yet to her patient, as it must be from
what she had said, and the absolute
impossibility, as she thought, of her
having known what went on In the
Whispering' Pines, then it had better

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remain unknown to her until circum circumstances
stances circumstances forced It on her knowledge or
she had got sufficient strength to bear
it.
Carmel received the account well.
When she had it fully In mind she
looked up into the nurse's face again
and repeated,' quite calmly, but with
immovable decision, the order of an
hour before:
"We must return at once. You will
pack up Immediately."
Miss Unwin nodded and began, to
open the trunks.
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XtlTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR LETTEHS PATENT
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, will apply to
the Governor of the state of Florida
for letters patent to issue under the
following proposed charter.
CHARLES RHEINAUER.
BENJAMIN RHEINAUER.
GUSTAVE RHEINAUER.
COPY OF PROPOSED CHARTER OF
ItilEI-XALER & COMPANY
We, the. undersigned, hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida applic applicable
able applicable to corporations for profit.
ARTICLE 1.,
The name of the corporation shall be
Rheinauer & Company and its princi principal
pal principal place of business shall be in Ocala,
Marion county, Florida, but it may es establish
tablish establish offices and agencies inany oth other
er other place or places In or out of the state
of Florida.
ARTICLE II.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by this1 corporation is:
To conduct a general mercantile
business; to buy and sell all kinds of
personal property and real estate; to
use, operate and employ all kinds of
personal property and real estate; to
own, operate and control all kinds, of
manufacturing enterprises; to acquire
by purchase or otherwise all kinds of
patent rights and copyrights: to buy
and sell all kinds of ( machinery and
mechanical appliances;' to buy and sell
stock in and securities of other cor corporations;
porations; corporations; to act as agent for other
corporations, firms or persons In the
sale and purchase of real estate and
securities and other kinds of personal
property; to act as agent for all kinds
of insurance companies; to engage in
any kind of farming or horticulture;
to transact any of the businesses above
specified in any part of the United
States and in foreign countries, and In
transacting the businesses above speci specified
fied specified to borrow or lend money to receive
and execute all kinds of securities
therefor and to transact any and all
business, and to do all things which
may be necessary to effectuate the ob objects
jects objects above specified.
ARTICLE III.
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be seventy-five
thousand ($75,000) dollars, divided Into
seventy-five shares of the par value of
one thousand ($1,000) dollars each, all
of which capital stock shall be paya payable
ble payable in property, at a just valuation to
be fixed by the directors at a meeting
called for that purpose.
article; iv.
The term for which .this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE V.
The business of this corporation
shall he conducted by a president, vice
president 'and secretary and treasurer;
and by a board of directors consisting
of not less than three nor more than
five persons, which board of directors
shall be elected at the .annual meeting
of the stockholders to be held on the
second Tuesday in March, A. D. 1912,
and annually thereafter. The presi president,
dent, president, vice president, secretary and
treasurer shall be elected by the board
of directors and any two of such of offices
fices offices may be held by the same person
except the office of president and vice
president. The following named offic
ers shall conduct the business of this
corporation until those elected at the
first annual meeting- shall qualify,
namely: Charles Rheinauer, president
and treasurer; Benjamin Rheinauer,
vice president and secretary, and
Charles Rheinauer, Benjamin Rhein Rheinauer
auer Rheinauer and Gustave Rheinauer, directors.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at any
time subject itself is seventy-five thou thousand
sand thousand $(75,000) dollars.
ARTICLE VII.'
The names and places of residence of
the subscribers, together with the
amount of capital stock subscribed for
by each is:
Charles Rheinauer, Ocala, Florida,
forty-nine shares.
Benjamin Rheinauer, Ocala, Florida,
twenty-five shares.
Gustave Rheinauer, New York, N. Y.,
one share.
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
On this day personally came before
me Charles Rheinauer and Berjamin
Rheinauer, two of the individuals who
signed the foregoing .proposed charter,
and each aeknowledgAl to me that he
signed the said proposed charter of
Rheinauer & Company and subscribed
for the shares set opposite his name,
for the uses and purposes therein set
forth and expressed.
My commission expires on the 25th
day of October, A. D. 1914.
Witness my hand and official sear at
Ocala, Florida, this the 27th day of
June, 1911.
A. E. Gerig, Notary Public.
State of New York,
iiorough of Manhattan.
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me Gustave Rheinauer, one of the in individuals
dividuals individuals who signed the foregoing
proposed charter and acknowledged to
.ne that he signed the said proposed
charter of Rheinauer & Company and
subscribed for the shares set opposite
his name, for the uses and purposes
therein set forth and expressed.
My commission expires on the 30th
day of March, A. D. 1913.
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this the 16th day of June. A. D. 1911.
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