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)
daily
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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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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OCALA

EVENING

STAR

SPIELS FROM DINKELSPD2L
DEFINITIONS FOR AUTO KTl
(George V. Hobart)
. PHILOSOPHY
A great man can make any business
greater, but a small oyster cannot do
much mit a hig stew!
Der vay of der transgressor is hard
on his family.
In politics no man is a transgressor
until he is found ouid den he is a slob.
Danger Something- a. chicken : cr
cow knows nothing about. ::
- driver A person; entrusted with 4 5
valuable machine and several exceed exceed-in
in exceed-in gly. valuable lives.- .
Dust Pan a metal pan under the
working parts to catch all the dust and
grease and then let it out In, a nice
clean spot lu the street.
Ditch An obstruction to be avoided.
VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 17, 1911,
NO. 40.

BAD BREATH

Is caused by Indigestion and that
disorder brings on headaches, sal sal-lowness,
lowness, sal-lowness, languor, dizziness and a
general discouraged feeling.
SOyEulOGvIS
RED 2
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDER FORM)
Corrects all Disorder In
The Stomach and Bowels.
Its powerful, reviving and regulat
ing influence in the liver and digestive
organs brings an immediate improv-
xnent. You feel better. The bowels
move freely so that the impurities
that have clogged up the digestive
tract find an outlet. When the sys system
tem system has been thus purified the bilious,
half -sick feeling disappears; the com
plexion improves, the breath becomes
sweet, the mind throws off gloomy
forebodings, and there is a fine feeling
of energy and exhilaration all through
the body,
told by Dealers. Price, large package, $1,00.
Aak for the irnalne with the Bed Z on the label.
. .a as. wa will mttnfi 4 Ka
nail, postpaid. Simmon Lirer Regulator ia pat op
I also ia lianid form for thoia who prefer H. irn
ce.
I lUOO per bottle. Look tor the Bed Z label.
J. H. ZDUSi I CO.. Preps, St Louis. M
FULLER & AYER
DENTAL SURGEONS
Office over the Munroe & Chambli
Bank
OCAIiA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
J. E. GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 0, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
, ; Holder Blocfc.
OCALA - FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH
L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Bank
OCALA - FLORIDA
Phone 311
Office Honrs: 8 to 12 a. m.,
1 to 5 p. in.
TERMS. CASH.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly
ly Promptly .Night or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Of flee Rooms 1. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. Holder
Building, Second .' Floor. Phones,
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333.
DR. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col-
lege off Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. C
Eioratcd the Jones Hoapltal on' Sooth
First Street. West
OCALA, FLORIDA.
All Calls Promptly Answered.
EDVARDDRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
J
AND CONTRACTOR
.Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
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
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalraers
Fine Caskets and Burlai Robes
All Work Done ly Licensed Embalm
ed s and Fully Guaranteed.
J. T. BROWN
CONTRACTOR FOR
ARTESIAN WELLS
Artesian and Irrigation Work a
Specialty
Satisfaction suaranteed. For in
formation apply to
J. T. BROWN,
Box 285 Ocala. Fla.
f.10IITEZUr.lA BARBER SHOP
W. F. BLESCH, Proprietor.
Business Men's Favorite Place Reop

ened by a Veteran.
CALL AND SEE HIM

WORKING AG 1 1 111!

Conffrr-atMman Cox Ilell?vei tbe Special
Intrrenti are TrjioR to Have the
FimmI InHpertur Removed
Washington. July 16 Expressing the
belief that persistent efforts to have
Dr. Wiley removed from office have
been made by "powerful special inter interests,
ests, interests, whose welfare in life attaches
more to the dollar than to health, hap
piness and prosperity of the people,"
Representative Cox. of Indiana, dem
ocrat, yesterday introduced a resolu
tion calling for a further supply of in information.
formation. information. His measure contemplates a
broader investigation of the Wiley case
than was contemplated when the House
committee on expenditures in the de
partment of agriculture yesterday de
cided to investigate the charges made
against Dr. Wiley in connection with
the department personnel board's rec
ommendation for his -removal.
Mr. Cox declared that he wanted to
find out what interests were after Dr.
Wiley. His resolution, he said, was in
no way antagonistic to the work of the
expenditures committee, which will
meet next week. He said Dr. Wiley
"had fearlessly performed his duties in
the enforcement of the pure food and
drug law to the benefit or the many
millions of people throughout the
country."
His resolution calls on both the At
torney-General and the Secretary of
Agriculture "to furnish the House of
Representatives with all letters, rec records,
ords, records, telegrams, protests and objec objections,
tions, objections, now on file, in their offices, pro
testing against his retention in office
with all letters and data of every kind
protesting against his rulings and de
cisions in the administration of said
law.
HONEST MEDICINE VS. FAKES
President Taft's 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 meritorious.
itorious. meritorious. Sold "by the Court Pharmacy.
TAINT EXTENDS TO TAFT
Scandal of Lorimer'M Election Extendi
Even to the President of the
United State
Washington, D. C. July 16. Presi
dent Taft's administration was brought
into the Lorimer election in a new
way yesterday, when Governor Deneen
of Illinois, testified before the Lori Lorimer
mer Lorimer investigation committee that as
early as August, 1909, Secretary of the
Treasury MacVeagh had sent for him
"to ascertain for the president mat
ters regarding the election of Senator
Lorimer." This was about three months
after Mr. -Lorimer's election.
Whether Secretary MacVeagh was
proceeding on his own initiative or
whether the president had suggested
that he interview Governor Deneen
was not revealed, nor was it develop developed
ed developed whether an extended inquiry was
being conducted by the administra administration
tion administration into the manner of Senator Lori Lorimer's
mer's Lorimer's election.
SAVES TWO LrVES
"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 Fayettevllle, N. C, R.
F. D. No. 8, 'for we both had frightful
coughs that no other remedy could
help. We were told my sister had
consumption. She was very weak and
had night sweats but your wonderful
medicine completely cured us both. Its
the best 'I ever used or heard of." For
sore lungs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage,
lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup,
whooping cough all bronchial trou troubles
bles troubles its supreme. Trial bottle free.
50c and $1. Guaranteed by Tydings &
Company.
COULDNT RESIST CHICKEN
III Mother's Cooking; Overcame Okla
homa Lawyer' Resolution to
Emulate Dr. Tanner
Anadarko, Okla., July 16. Because
his mother announced that she would
serve fried chicken for dinner, H. W.
Morgan, an attorney of this place,
broke a fast which he had maintained
for twenty days.
When the news of the intended feast
reached Morgan he at once started for
Lookeba, his mother's home, a. few
hours distant' from here.
PILES CURED AT HOME
HV EAV ABSORPTION METHOD
If you suffer from bleeding. Itching,
blind or protruding piles, send me your
address, and I will tell you how to
cure yourself at home by the new ab absorption
sorption absorption treatment; and will also send
some of this home treatment free for
trial, with references from your own
locality if re quested. Immediate relief
and permanent cure assured. Send no
money, but tell others of this offer.
Write today to 'Mrs. M. Summers, Box
P, South Bend. Ind. 22
FINE FARM FOlt SALE
A splendid farm of 160 acres of good
pine land, 120 acres cleared and well
fenced. Good out' buildings and plenty
of them; splendid water; large and
comfortable new dwelling. Not a foot
of waste landi the place and it is a
high grade orpine. Has twenty acres
as fine com and twelve acres of cotton
as any one can show; no fertilizer used.
Located 1 miles from Dallas and
right 'on county line of Marion and
Surnter.f Price $2000. Apply at Star
office for further particulars and own
er's name and address.

BANK YOUR BOODLE

Doable-Barreled Story vrlth a Moral
that the Peaaaeola Journal
Should Print
Springfield, Ohio Believing that her
money would be safe in her stocking,
Mrs. Nora Jenkins, of 19 McKinley av avenue,
enue, avenue, placed $31 in her hose before re retiring
tiring retiring last night.
When she awakened this morning
she discovered that her stocking had
been removed and the money was
gone.
Seattle. Wash. Miss Ro3e Culver, a
woman real estate broker, is out about
$300 as a result of herstocking burst
ing, scattering gold coins and bills
over the pavement. Miss Culver had
made a cash sale and started for the
bank. As usual, she pushed all the
money into her hose for safety. The
gold was heavy and the stocking well
worn, but would doubtless have held it
had It not been for the new style street
cars recently adopted here. The steps
on these cars are high, and as Miss
Culver attempted to mount the seam
of one of the stockings parted, letting
loose a shower of gold. Much of the
gold was picked up by people who as
yet have not answered the reward no notices
tices notices published by the real estate
dealer.
EXCURSION TO GEORGIA
The Georgia Southern & Florida
Railway has arranged to run its pop popular
ular popular excursion to points In Georgia on
Tuesday, July 25th. Tickets will be
sold for the regular morning train
from points on the Palatka division be be-tweeri
tweeri be-tweeri that point and Valdosta. This
train will connect with a special ex excursion
cursion excursion train at "Valdosta on which
Pullman cars will be operated to Ma Macon
con Macon and Atlanta. Owing to the fact
that there will be no tickets sold from
Valdosta or points north thereof it will
be quite an advantage for the people
south of Valdosta as better schedules
will be maintained. Very low rates
are offered to Valdosta, Ma,con and At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta and tickets will allow five whole
days in either of these cities. This
train will be personally conducted by
the district passenger agent of the
Georgia Southern & Florida Railway
and there will be plenty or refresh refreshments
ments refreshments and edibles, ample accommoda accommodations
tions accommodations and best of order; in fact, every everything
thing everything will be done for the comfort of
the passengers. The ladies and child children
ren children will be looked out for same as on
the, regular train. This will be a grand
opportunity for the people of Florida
to visit their friends and relatives in
Georgia. There will be no signing of
tickets and each ticket will allow one
hundred and fifty pounds of baggage.
For rates, schedules or full particulars
see advertisement in the Star.
SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY
"I want to thank you from the bot bottom
tom bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, of
Lewisburg, W. Va., "for the wonderful
double benefit I got from Electric Bit Bitters,
ters, Bitters, in curing me of both a severe case
of stomach trouble and of rheumatism;
from which I have been an almost
helpless sufferer for ten years. It
suited my case as though made just for
me." For" dypspepsia, indigestion,
jaundice and to rid the system of kid 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.
CHAMPION FLY CATCHERS
Captured Ninety-Five Quart of
the Pest
Worcester, Mass., July 16 More than
ten barrels of flies were gathered by
the 232 contestants in an anti-fly cru-
sale, which began on June 22 and came
to and end last night. The, winner,
who will get a prize of $100, turned in
ninety-five quarts, or a total of 1,219
000 flies captured in traps of his own
construction. The claims the world's
record. He is Earl C. Bousquet, twelve
years old. The entire collection of flies
will be placed oh exhibition in Clark
University.
HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLDS
Must be relieved quickly and' Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound will do it.
E. M. Stewart, 1034 Wolfram St., Chi
cago, writes; I have been greatly
troubled during the hot summer months
with hay fever and find that by using
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound I get
great relief." Many others who suffer
similarly will be glad to benefit by Mr.
Stewart's experience. Sold by the Court
Pharmacy.
FELL 130 FEET
Joseph Klnvvard of Tarrytonn, T. Y,
lias Well Developed Feline
Characteristics
New York, July 16. Joseph Kin
ward, of Tarrytown, was in a swing
painting the water tower when the
rope broke. He dropped 150 feet.
struck a guard wire, turned a complete
somersault and landed on his feet. He
smiled and said: "I didn't expect to
come down this way, but I'm all right
Although somewhat shaken up, he was
able to walk home.
DEATH IN A ROARING FIRE
May not result from the work of fire
bugs, but often severe burns are caus
ed that make a quick need for Buck-
len's Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest
cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils
sores. It subdues inflammation. It kills
pain. It soothes and heals. Drives off
skin eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only
25c. at Tydings &?Co.
MRS. BED WELL'S SACRIFICE
Killed Herself It at ben Than Testify
Aajalnst Her Hosband
St. Joseph, Mo., July 16. Rather than
testify against her husband, James
Bedwell, whom she was suing for di divorce,
vorce, divorce, Mrs. Elizabeth Bedwell. 45 years
old, swallowed carbolic acid and died
half an hour later. An officer who had
been sent to summon her to court
found her dying but conscious. "I could
not face all that room full of people
and tell on him," she gasped.
Norrls' famous Atlanta candles, a
high grade confection, received every
few days by express direct from the
factory at the Court Pharmacy.

I ORB
It Is Believed that This Year's Crop In
Florida Will be from Four to
Five Million Boxes
Jacksonville, July 16. It is some
what early to estimate the citrus fruit
crop of Florida for the season of 1911-
12, but the June bloom is set and the
present crop has been estimated from
4.000,000 to 5,000,000 boxes, and no
doubt the latter figure is about cor correct.
rect. correct. The drought through the spring
caused serious damage to the crop,
grapefruit being hardest hit, and
probably curtailed the crop 25 per
cent. Prominent growers say there
will be plenty of grapefruit, as many
groves, particularly on tne east coast,
are just coming into bearing, which
will materially increase the yield at
those points.
W. C. Temple, manager of the Flor
ida Citrus Exchange, places the cit citrus
rus citrus crop at 1,000.000 boxes more than
last year, which would make the yield
5,310,650 boxes. Mr. Temple said: "I
would say that it is too early to make
an estimate on the coming season's
crop. The estimates we have vary and
are changing constantly, but I will say
that from present indications there
should be in the neighborhood of one
million boxea more citrus fruit in Flo Florida
rida Florida this year than last year."
There Is more catarm In this sec
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be Incur
able. For a great many years doctors
pronounced It a local disease and pre
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treat 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
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Che
ney & 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
ly on the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and estimbnials. Ad Address:
dress: Address: F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
EASY RIDES FOR NEW ELKS
The Grand Lodge Has Put a Dragoon
Bit and Padded Saddle on the Goat
Atlantic City, July 17. No more
horse play will mark initiation in the
Elks' fraternity. The grand lodgers
last important action was the abolish abolishment
ment abolishment of goat riding and all other
forms of amusement for those already
Elks. A fight has been on for a decade
against the practice.
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.
innmnmnn
I (EATINGS CAFE
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
The Best Quick Lunch Eat Eating
ing Eating Douse in the City
Everything, that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. SIIRMPS and
CRABS and all other del delicacies
icacies delicacies of the season.
mnmMMMnMinnuminm
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
I am agan 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.
THE "FOCXTAIX 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 ia pure
and refreshing, and flavored with all
the popular syrups, xou will find It ex exhilarating,
hilarating, exhilarating, satistying, cooling. Try it
once then you will recommend It your yourself.
self. yourself. Only Five Cents.
THE COURT PHARMACY
Phone 284

THE HOUSE OF
THE WHISPERING PINES

BY ANNA KATHARINE GREEN
Copyright, 1910, by Anna Katharine
Rohlfs.
CHAPTER XXV.
"CHOOSX.
I
HAVE not finished." were the
iirst words we beard from Car Car-me
me Car-me I wben order was restored
and we were alt in a condition
to listen again.
1 bad to relate what yon have just
beard that you might understand what
happened next.- I was not used to
pain, and 1 could never have kept on
pressing those irons to my cheek if I
bad not had the strength given me by
my own reflection in tbe glass. Wben
1 thought the burn was quite deep
enough I tore the tongs away and was
lifting them to the other cheek when I
saw the door behindme open inch by
inch, as though pushed by Hesitating
touches. f
"instantly 1 forgot my pain, almost
my purpose, watching that door. 1
saw it slowly swing to its full width
and disclose my sister standing in the
gap witb a look and in an attitude
which terrified me more than the tire
bad done. Dropping the tongs, i turn turned
ed turned and faced her. covering my cheek
instinctively witb my band.
"I saw her eyes .run over my elab elaborate
orate elaborate dinner dress my little hand bag
and the candle burning in a room
made warm with a tire on tbe hearth
this before she spoke a single word.
Then, with a deep laboring breath, she
looked me in the eye again with tbe
simple question:
And where is he 7"
Carmel's bead had drooped at this,
but she raised it almost instantly.
Mine did not rise so readily.
H'Do yon mean El wood 7 I asked.
'You knowf said she The veil is
down between us. Carmel. We will
speak plainly now. I saw him give
you tbe letter. 1 beard yon ask Arthur
to harness up the horse, i have de demeaned
meaned demeaned myself to follow you. and we
will have no subterfuges now. You
expect him here 7
No.' 1 cried. 1 am not so bad as
that. Adelaide nor is he. Here is the
note. You will see by it what be ex expects
pects expects and at what place 1 should have
Joined him it I bad been the selfish
creature you think.' I bad the note
bidden in my breast. I took it out
and held it toward her. 1 did not feel
tbe burn at all. but 1 kept It covered.
She glanced down at the words, and I
teit like falling at her feet, she look looked
ed looked so miserable.
"She glanced down at tbe paper, and
let it drop almost immediately from
ber band. 1 cannot read his words!
she cried. 1 do not need to. We both
know which ot us be loves best. You
cannot say that it is 1, bis engaged
wife.' 1 was silent, and her face took
on an awful pallor. CarmeUM said she,
do you know what this man's love has
been to me? You are a child, a warm
hearted and passionate child, but you
do not know a woman s heart. Cer Certainly
tainly Certainly you do not know mine. 1 doubt
If any one does even be. Cares have
warped my life. 1 bave no charms to
rival yours; 1 have only love, such
love as you cannot dream of at your
age. And this is no longer desirable
to himr
"You see that 1 remember every
word she spoke. They burned more
fiercely than tbe iron. That did not
burn at all just then. 1 was cold in insteadbitterly,
steadbitterly, insteadbitterly, awfully cold. My very
heart seemed frozen, and tbe silence
was dreadful. But 1 could not speak; 1
could not answer ber.
'You have everything. she now
went on. 'Why did you rob me of my
one happiness? And you have robbed
me. Carmel. do yon know why 1 am
here? I shook my bead. '1 am here
to end it all.' said she.
I tottered at this threat, and she, a
mother to me from my cradle, started
instinctively to catch me. but the feel feeling
ing feeling left her before she bad taken two
steps, and she stopped still. 'Drop
your hand!' she cried. 'I want to see
your whole face while 1 ask you one
last question. I could not read the
note, p Why did you come here? 1
dropped my band, and she stood star staring;
ing; staring; then she uttered a cry and ran
quickly toward me. 'What Is it? she
cried. 'What has happened to you? is
it the shadow or
1 caught ber by the hand. 1 could
speak now. 'Adelaide.' said I, you
are net the only one to love to the
point of hurt. 1 love you. Let this
little scar be witness.' Then, as her
eyes opened and she staggered. 1
caught ber to my breast and bid my
face on ber shoulder. 'You say that
tomorrow I shall be free to receive
notes. He will not wish to write them
tomorrow. Tbe beauty he liked is gone.
If it weighed overmuch witb him. then
you and I are on a plane again or 1
am on an inferior one. Your joy- will
be sweeter for this break.
"She started, raised my bead from
her shoulder, looked at me and shud shuddered,
dered, shuddered, but no longer with haie. 'Car 'Carmel.'
mel.' 'Carmel.' she whispered, the story the
story I read you of Francis I. and'
'Yes. 1 agreed, 'that made me
think Her knees bent under her; she
sank at my feet, but her eyes never
left my face. 'And nnd El wood?
'He knows not nine, i did out make up
my mind till tonight. Adelaide, tt bad
to be. 1 hadn t the stitigih to to
leave you ail or-or to ay no tl he ever
aked u) to my fare whal he asked
me Id that note
"And then 1 tried to lift ber. but she

was kissing ray feet, kissing iu? dres.
sobbing out tier tile on cay oauds. Ou
was happy. My future looked very
simple to me. But my cheek began to
burn, and instinctively 1 put up mj
hand. This brought ber to her feet.
'You are suffering. she cried. 'You
must go home at once, at once, while I
teleohone to Dr. Carpenter." 'We will
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OCALA EVENING STAR. 3IOXDAY, JULY 17, 1911.

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Can-roll, Business Manager.
J. If. Benjamin, Editor.
BIO IXDIXEMFATS
FOR GITILS AXD HOYS
The girls and boys of Marion county county-should
should county-should be very busy thi3 summer and
autumn working for the fair, for the
premiums for their work will be num numerous
erous numerous and valuable. Besides the usual
inducements. Dr. Boozer is offering
special premiums for the best product
of their hand3 and brains so they
should get busy for their own honor
and that of the county.
CLEAN UP YOUR PREMISES
Now is the time of the year when It
behooves every property owner to see
that his premises are kept clean. Clean
the yards and alleyways of all garbage
and leaves, trash, etc. Remove the ac accumulation
cumulation accumulation to the front and the city
carts will take it off. Cut the weeds
and grass about the s-ards and walks
and have this removed. Weeds and
grass are unsightly, breed more or less
disease and are the greatest harbor
a veritable incubator ror mosquitoes.
Clean up the city by doing your own
individual part. The rainy season is
on and this is timely advice. The health
of the city is remarkably good; it was
never better. In fact, and we do not be believe
lieve believe the state can show a better re record
cord record In any city of its size but we
should all do our part to keep it so.
SOMETHING TO CONSIDER
The "Healthy Home," one of the
numerous publications that are dis dispensing
pensing dispensing valuable advice on vital sub subjects,
jects, subjects, has the following. which is
worth the e-iose attention of our law
makers:
"Massachusetts requires both the
"men and women who want to
et mar-
ried to procure a license
They have
to be of certain age, they have to make
known certain facts in regard to their
home, their race, and their previous
condition as regards family, whether
they have been married before or not
Indiana is trying'to get a step further
with a bill before the legislature pro-
v Miner fnr li fprtiflafp of a-ood health
before marriage can be sanctioned,
Whv la not this a. wise sten? Whv
should sick and invalid people be al-
lowed to bring children into the world
to become possibly a burden on the I
state? Why should a wicked and dis-
eased old rounder be allowed to marry
anv fill r and innnpont fffrl whom he
can persuade to take the foolish step,
ignorant as she is of the peril of dis disease
ease disease and suffering which she is surely
facing? The number of wives whose
health is ruined and the number of
children doomed to a losing fight with
the world because of the contagion of
vile disease is appalling.- Not a few
wise fathers now demand a clean bill
of health from the young man who
seeks a daughter in marriage and this
demand ought to be universal."
RE SOLVE AGAINST RECURRENCE
Right now is a good time for orange
and erranefrult errowers to note the
following and take steps to present
any such reasons from counting against
nim in future. J
And sub-exchange, association or
grower, whose oranges averaged be-
low $1.50 Der box f. o. b. cars nackina:-
house, this season, received his lower
average because of one or more of
three things:
First The fruit was not properly
produced; that Is, the grower or grow growers
ers growers tendering their fruit that was
properly grown as to grades and sizes,
to meet general conditions.
Second The fruit was not properly
handled from the trees to the cars.
Third The shipments of the fruit
were 'not made in accordance with the
information and advice contained in
the daily, bulletins Issued by the ex exchange.
change. exchange. SENSIBLE OI,D SOLDIER
They may say what they please about
ex-Dictator Diaz, but if the following
story is true It proves that his heart
and brain are both sound:
At Santander boat loads of enthus
iastic visitors brought him masses of
beautiful flowers. The president was
literally buried under floral pieces,
made up from the finest beds of Span
ish gardens. Somebody estimates these
flowers as worth at least $2,000. The
day after leaving Santander, General
Diaz saw the purser. "Purser," he
,...i..v ..vci w.c
flowers overboard now. It was very
nice to have given them to me, but I
have no use for them." On the way
back to his cabin, he said to a friend,
-After all, flowers are all humbug. It
would have been better to have spent
the money on the poor."
MICH LAND UNCLAIMED
The impression has ; gone out that
neatly all the government land in this
part of the state had been taken up.
but that this is a mistake is shown
by a letter in the Gainesville Sun from
Mr. Henry S. Chubb, receiver' of the
land office. He says the number of
acres not yet taken up in Marion and
adjoining counties Is as follows:
Marion, 11.126; Alachua. 4940: Citrus.
3440; Lake, 29,200; Levy, 4960; Putnam.
4080; Sumter, 800.
Hoke Smith has run against an ob obstruction
struction obstruction in Senator Terrell, who was
appointed to the Senate by Governor
Brown, to fill the ad interim term.
Governor Smith,' who has just been
elected senator, wants Terrell to keen
his seat warm until the regular ses session
sion session meets in December; Smith mean meantime
time meantime governing Georgia into a condi condition
tion condition where' he thinks it Would be safe
for him to leave it. Mr. Terrell, quite
naturally, refused to be used as a
catspaw and resigned. Smith refused
to accept his resignation, but Terrell
says he is going home, so Smith will
either have to go to Washington or
have his state represented by only
one man in the Senate at this time
when the democrats need every vote.
The Star has always been friendly to
Hoke Smith, but it can't help think thinking
ing thinking he is rather piggish in this instance.

The New York Mail is doing some
earnest and, we hope, effective work
for the oppressed "Jews of Russia. It
Is a well established fact that the
children of Israel are bitterly perse persecuted
cuted persecuted in the land of the czar, and this
persecution extends to those who. hav having'
ing' having' become American citizens, revisit
their ancient homes for business or
sentimental reasons. Xo race, sect or
nation has ever made anything by per persecuting
secuting persecuting the Jews. Their powerful
though quiet influence counted heavily
against Russia in the recent war with
N

Japan, and will ever be thrown in the j

scale against her until her people treat'
I the Jews with the consideration they'
deserve. Our government should insist j
on Its passports, when presented by
Jewish citizens, being treated with
I proper respect.
A hieat?o doctor has photographed
la mans soul at least ne says ne nas.
!Dr. Walter Hood and the editor of the
iStar figured out a method of weighing
I a man's soul some years ago. but.
neither of them being photographers,
they didn't try to take any pictures
Some" men's souls would break
camera, anyhow.
The proposition has been made to -the
state board of pardons to let the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa agitators, De la Campa, Russell and
Bartlum. out of the pen, on condition
that they leave Florida, but the matter
has been deferred "to the next meeting.
-e three men are in a convict camp
near I'lant city.
Mrs. Sarah R Gabbett, known
I throughout the South as the designer
of the Cross of Honor of the Confed
eracy, an emblem given conieoeraie
soldiers, died at her home in Atlanta
Sunday morning. Mrs. Gabbett was 78
i years old and formerly lived in Sa Sa-ivannah.
ivannah. Sa-ivannah. She was prominent in church
work and left a comfortable fortune.
Twenty-one miners were killed in an
explosion in the shaft of the Cascade
Coal and Coke Company's mine at
feyKesvilie. l'a.. Saturday nigm
Prof. Asa B. Clark of Quincy. a prom prominent
inent prominent educator and a member of the
state text book commission, died sud
denly at Tallahassee Sunday morning.
The corn crops of the county cer
tainly look fine, since the heavy rains
of the past ten. days. The velvet beans
of which man acres are planted, are
growing apace and making up for the
: backward condition of the crop caused
by the lack of rain.
Bishop Gray, now seventy-five years
of age, has been at work amid the
pioneers of Florida for eighteen years.
Muring no little of which time he has
overcome difficulties that would have
daunted many younger men.
AT TIIK ISAl'IIST CJIUUCtl
The Rev. C. C. Cox, a native of Vir-
ginia. but now pastor of a church at
Merchant ville. New Jersey, filled the
pulpit at the Baptist church yesterday
morning and evening. The reverend
gentleman is of middle age with a de
eided ecclesiastical look, a good voice
and plenty of action, all of which seem
to be essential to the success of a pul
pit orator. He addressed the Sunday
school keeping strictly Within th
limits of the lesson for the day
At the regular service after a well
isung anthem by trie cnoir, ne com
menced by saying that he had come a
long distance to be with the congrega
tion today but being a stranger to all
and not being familiar with the eondi-
tions he was somewhat at a loss how
to address them but he had decided to
use the same topic on which he ad-
dressed his own people last Sunday and
took for his text Psalm 8;i.8, and dur
ing his discourse he proved his knowl-
edge of the Old Testament by quoting
a number of characters each of whom
carried a name' almost unpronouncea-
ble
He divided his discourse into three
sections: 1st a noble resolve; 2nd, grace
assured, and "rd a wise and kindly
caution, and said that today we were
living in a state of transition in relig-
ious belief, with a tendency to mater
ialism, a new theology not at all in
keeping with the old ideas of supersti
tion and dreams, and as God does not
speak to men today through dreams
and call then into certain lines of ac action
tion action through those dreams, yet today
he speaks to men not only through his
ministers but by the life and actions
of those who sit in the pews, but he
firmly believed that even today God
called men specifically to enter his
ministry and do his will. That a man
who atunes his ear to the reading of
God's word has reached a crisis in his
life that knows "no parting of the
ways." That God does not always
chose the shortest or most direct way
for man ,to do his bidding, that the
children of Israel were not allowed to
take the shortest route to the laml of
promise, but ry the more circuitous
route through the wilderness, and while
the former route was much the shorter
yet it lay almost entirely through the
land of the Phillistines and therefore
was not the best way.
The word folly in his text he claim
ed meant idolatry and that the con
science of a renewed man was very
tender, and that the man who con
scientiously puts away folly or sin but
; rarely goes back to it again. That aft
er the captivity or the Jews, as a na-
tion they never retumed to idolatry,
ire classed the psaims as the most
wonderful production in literature the
world ha(j ever Peen. That its poetrv
was the son? of the soul- Ue ciosed bv
reCiting a part of the William Cullen
jDryant's Thanatopsis.
OLD SOLDIER TORTURED
"For years I suffered unspeakable
torture from indigestion, constipation
and liver trouble," wrote A. K. Smith,
a war veteran at Erie, Pa., "but Dr.
King's New Life Pills fixed me all right.
They're simply great." Try them for
any stomach, liver or kidney trouble.
Onlq 25c. at Tydings & Co.
MOON EY WAS ON THE MONITOR
When She Lout the Fie lit to the Mrr-
rlmnc Fifty Years Ago
Sawtelle. Calif., July 16. Michael
Mooney. one of the last of two sur survivors
vivors survivors of the crew which manned the
Monitor when it fought the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate ironclad Merrimac, died yester yesterday
day yesterday at the Soldiers' Home. Among
Mooney's papers was a complete list of
the vessel's officers and men.
Foley's Honey and Tar Componnd
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.
NOTICE Oh' APPLICATION FOR TAN
Deed I niter See t Ion S of Chapter
4XSS, Laj of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that R. A.
Kelsey, purchaser of tax certificate No.
711. dated the 7th day of June. A. D.
10. has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol following
lowing following described property situated in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit: Com at
ne cor of lot 1, blk 1. South Iake Weir,
sec 2. tp 17 s, r 24 e, thence west 130
ft. s 170 feet, e 130 feet, n 170 ft. The
said land being assessed at the date of
the issuance of such certificate in the
name of colored Masonic Lodge. Un Unless
less Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
according to law. tax deed will issue
thereon on the 19th day of July, A. D.
lSUt.
Witness my official signature and
eal this the 10th day of June. A. D.
111. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.

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"It seems fitting that we should
here express our appreciation of
the generous patronage of the
l eople."
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THE WISE
PEOPLE BECOME
WEALTHY
By Spending Less Than
They Make. The very
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BANKS WILL OBSERVE
THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAYS
The banks of vOcala will close at 1
o'clock during the summer half holiday
observed by the merchants.
The Commercial Bank of Ocala.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
A Pensacola minister said he could
not see that Sunday baseball was any
more harmful than Sunday swimming
at the Y. M. C. A. Tampa Tribune.
OCALA AERIE NO. 1814, F. O. E.
Ocala Aerie No. 1814, Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesday in the month, at 8:15
p. m., in Castle Hall. Visiting broth broth-ren
ren broth-ren are always welcome.
F. G. B. Weihe, President.
N l Williams, Secretary.
SAFE WANTED
Wanted, second-hand safe of 1000
pounds or larger. Must be cheap and
will pay cash. Address Star office.
Now is the Time
To Have Your Orange and Tangerine
Tree Sprayed with Fungua
TERMS, TWO CENTS PER TREE
T. A. HOOPER, CITRA, FLA.
ROX 04
MAIIION-DUNN LODGE
NO. 1, P. & A. M.
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. Mcllwaine, W. M
G. W. Martin Secretary.
THE CAITSE OF ECZEMA
is germ life that burrows under and
feeds on the skin. The way to cure
ECZEMA is to remove the cause by
washing away with a clean, penetrat penetrating
ing penetrating liquid, the germ life and poisons
that cause the trouble.
We have a preparation that will do
this. The first application will stop the
itching and give prompt relief to an ir irritated,
ritated, irritated, itching or inflamed skin. If
you are a sufferer from skin of scalp
eruption in any form, try one bottle of
this clean scientific preparation, we are
confident you will be pleased with the
results from the use of this standard
preparation for eczema.
ood for Infant; ax well .an crown
prrMonM. Sold at the Postoffice Drug
Store.
$1.05c
For 80c.
One Jar Sunbeam Preserve. . .25 Ctc.
One Ilottle Sunbeam Salad Drea Dreading
ding Dreading 25 Ct.
One Hot lie Sunbeam Cataap ....15 Cte.
(tne Pint Bottle Sunbeam Grape-
jwlee 25 Cfc.
One Giant Sunbeam Peanut But Butter
ter Butter 15 Cte.
91.05
All these for 80 cents and every one
guaranteed to be the best.
Baxter Cam
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BASEBALL AXD BOODLE

The Two Great Impediment to West Western
ern Western Salrntlon, Saylit Rev.
HeCBlIoaga
Wilkesbarre, Ja., July 17 Two great
impediments to religion in the north
and west are baseball and the money
craze, declared Rev. li. W. MeCullough,
a Baptist minister, after a western
tour.
"Westerners are baseball mad; they
prefer a ball game to church," he said.
CITRUS SUB-EXCHANGE
WILL HE LOCATED HERE SOON
Tampa, July 15. Officials of the cit citrus
rus citrus exchange have been busy since the
Tampa meeting. Marlon county has
not heretofore had a sub-exchange,
but one is to be located at Ocala with
a membership of four local associa associations.
tions. associations. These will be the district near
Ocala, one at Lake Weir, one at Orange
Lake and the fourth at Citra. These
locals should handle 100.000 boxes.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR
GROWERS OF ORANGES
Federal G-overnment has Served Notice
that Green Fruit i Ad nit era ted
Food-Stuff
Dealers In oranges which have been
taken from the trees when green and
made yellow by placing them in arti-
' flcial head are to be dealt with as
'dealers in -adulterated foodstuffs by
! the federal government, according to
notices forwarded to all state food and
idrug commissioners from the United
States department of agriculture.
. The federal authorities have been
j studying the average sour orange of
! the common market, and have found
ithat it usually comes from orchards
where fruit is treated by the artificial
process. This results in a skin of the
proper color, but the fruit Is not prop properly
erly properly ripened, the acid of the green
fruit remaining unchanged. If left on
the trees to ripen properly the acids
would give way to sugars.
The federal authorities found the
acids to be inimical to the health of
the consumer, particularly the child children,
ren, children, and have ruled that the artificial
ripening constitutes adulteration. Ac-
; cording to the practices of the boards
of health, the ruling of the federal au authorities
thorities authorities will be made a rule of the
various states.
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.
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS-
Conventions held every Monday eve evening
ning evening 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-Monopoly Drugstore
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.
Kemember, say, "PINEACURA."
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.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed Cniler Section H of Chapter
4SSS, La m m of Florida.
Notice is hereby- given that J. M.
Graham, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 820, dated the 7th day of June, A.
D. li"0S, has filed said certificate in my
office, and ha.s made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces .the fol following
lowing following described property situated in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit: Blocks
166. 167. 186, 187, 208, 227. 228 West
End Ocala. The said land being as assessed
sessed assessed at- the date of the issuance of
such certificate in the name of Thomas
T. Lowrie. Unless said certificate shall
be ndeemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 29th day of
July, A. D PJll.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 20th day of June. A. D.
i:11. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed Under Section H of Chapter
4sss, Lawn of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that F. W.
Webber, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 325, dated the 7th day of June, A.
D. 1909, has filed said certificate in ray
office, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law
Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Marion
county, Florida, to-wit: 132 yards n
and s by 268 yards e and w in se cor
of nwl,4 of se'i section 15, township
14 south, range 22 east. The said land
being ases.ed at the date of the is issuance
suance issuance of such certificate in the name
of Mrs. P. Sanders. Unless said cer certificate
tificate certificate shall be redeemed according to
law, tax deed will issue thereon on the
29th day of July, A. D. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 21st day of June, A. D.
1911. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred
itors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of -Mrs. T.
W. Baker, deceased, to present the
same to the undersigned duly proven
within one year from date.
Wm. M. Baker.
47 West 42nd St., New York City.
As Executor of Last Will and Testa Testament
ment Testament of Mrs. T W. Faker.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
4sss, Lanrti of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that W. S.
Bullock, purchaser of tax certificated
Nos. 502 and 504, dated the 3rd day of
June, A. D. 1907. has filed said cer
titicates in my office, and has made ap
plication for tax deed to issue in ac
cordance with law. Said certificates
embrace the following described prop property
erty property situated in Marion county, Flor
ida, to-wit: SeU of nell and h'i of
swU of ne'i sec 10 tp 15 south r 22
east. The said land being assessed at
the date of the issuance of such cer
tificates in the name of D. C. Culter.
I nless said certificates shall ue re re-demed
demed re-demed according to law, tax deed will
isue thereon on the 12th day of Au
gust, A D. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 6th day of July, A. D.
1911. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed I nJer Section K of Chapter
4N.VS, La w m of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. J.
Luff man, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 32.. dated the 7th day of June, A.
D. 1909, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol following
lowing following described property situated in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit: 414
feet n and s on s side of se1 of sw1
see 27 tp 14 s r 22 e. The said land be being
ing being assessed at the date of the issu issuance
ance issuance of such certificate in the name of
W. Luffman & Bro. Unless said cer certificate
tificate certificate shall be redeemed according- to
law. tax deed will issue thereon on the
31st day of July. A. D. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 28th day of June. A. D.
1911. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.

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Anndjl Hon ttlns

We had a ear-of Flour to come in ahead of time, and in order to reduce our stock, we are
making an exceptionally low price on w
0(S)EAL -AND RE R
WE GUARANTEE THIS FLOUR TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE SATISFACKCrJ
The following prices will hold good until the 22ud of July:

Ideal, whole barrel,
Ideal, half barrel,
Ifleal, 96 pound sack,
Ideal, 24 pound sack,
Ideal, 12 pound sack,

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

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2 PHONES, 16 AND 174
NOTICE OF RAISE IN ASSESSMENT
Notice is hereby given that the fol following
lowing following properties were raised from
the amounts as assessed by the tax as assessor
sessor assessor to the amount as stated in this
notice. The board will hear complaints,
if any, at its next regular meeting on
Tuesday, August 8th, 1911.
Assessment to Irvine Crate and Bas Basket
ket Basket Company on personal property rais raised
ed raised from $7300 to $9000.
Assessment to O'lTara & Russell on
lots 3 4 5 and 7 sec 24 tp 12 s r 22 340
acres, raised from $170 to $340.
Assessment to Robert I Steel on s
of lot 2 sec 24 tp 12 r 22 25 acres,
raised from $50 to $80.
Assessment to Christian Ax on ne!4
and ey2 of se sec 25 tp 12 r 22 con containing
taining containing 240 acres, raised from $240 to
$480.
Assessment to Christian Ax on n of
ne1 and sw'i and sw'i of nw4 sec
I tp 13 r 22 containing 280 acres, rais raised
ed raised from $280 to $560.
Assessment to O. B. Brown on e of
ne and of nwM of ne'i sec 2 tp
13 r 22 e 100 acres, raised from $180 to
$250. v
Assessment to A. A. Mathews on e
of seM sec 21. 15 22 80 acres, raised from
$300 to $600.
Assessment to A. A. Mathews on sw
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
sw'J of nw,4 sec 22 tp 15 r 22, 40 acres,
raised from $80 to $160.
Assessment to Florida Lime Co. on
n of ne and neU of nw, sec 22
tp 15 r 22, 120 acres, raised from $250
to $480.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing
Co. on s of se'i sec 10 15 22, 80 acres,
raised from $160 to $400.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing"
Co. on s of ne andn' of seU of
swVi sec 11 tp 15 r 22, 240 acres, rais raised
ed raised from $500 to $1000.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing
Co. on e and e of sw, sec 12, tp
15, r 22, containing 400 acres, raised
from $800 to $1600.
Assessment to Ocala Mfg Co., on per personal
sonal personal 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 Klbler Bros, on lota
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. II. Hollfngsworth
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 from
$900 to $1000.
Assessment to S. Feinberg on lot
1248, 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 ft n and s on s end of lot 1316, Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised from $800
to $1000.
Assessment to Mrs. A. A. Leitner on
lot 1314, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised
from $200 to $500.
Assessment' to S. G. Myers on lot
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THOMAS M WILSON.
1312, Dunnellon, sec 35'-16-18, raised
from $300 to $500.
Assessment to A. J. Par ham on lots
1306, 1307, 1308, 1309. 1310, 1311, Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised from $600
to $1009.
Assessment to Mrs. A. 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.' II. Mills on lot 41,
Dunnellon, sec 35-16il8, raised from
$200 to $1000.
Assessment; to Marion Phos. Co. on
se1 of nw and w of nwU and sw
A and n of seK and se of seU, sec
29-16-18, containing 400 acres, raised
from $1000 to $1200.
Assessment to Dunnellon Phoa. Co.
on s of nVi and sw"4 and n of
seV4 and se!4 of se, sec 18-16-18, con containing
taining containing 480 acres, raised from $540 to
$1400. ' ,
Assessment to Marion Phos. Co. on
s4 of neli and se4 and e of w
and swli of nwiand nw of sw,
sec 30-16-18, containing1 48 acres,
raised from $100 to $1200.
W. J. Crosby.
Chairman Board of County Commis Commissioners,
sioners, Commissioners, Marion County, Florida.
S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.
MUNICIPAL DIRECTORY
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 IL 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 J. C. Caldwell.
Policemen Frank Hall, S. N. Grubbs.
Street Superintendent M. F. Dodson.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleveland.
. City Council
Aldermen First Ward L. J. Knight,
C. R. Tydings.
Aldermen Second Ward J. IL Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, R. R. Carroll.
Aldermen Third Ward E. T. Hel Hel-venston,
venston, Hel-venston, H. A. Fausett.
Aldermen Fouf th Ward H. C. Jones.
G. A. CarmichaeL
Alderman-at-Large W. P. Edwards Edwards-Committees
Committees Edwards-Committees of the Council
Market G. A. Carmlchaei. L. J.
Knight, R. R. Carroll.
Sanitary E. T. Helvenston. W. P.
Edwards, H. A. Fausett.
Street R. R. Carroll, G. A. Carml Carmlchaei,
chaei, Carmlchaei, J. H. Taylor.
Cemetery E. T. Helvenston. IL A.
Fausett, H. C. Jones.
Building H. C. Jones, IL A. Fausett.
G. A. CarmichaeL
Fire H. A. Fausett, C. R. Tydings,
11. II. Carroll.
Police W. P. Edwards, J. IL Taylor,
L. J. Knight. j
Finance C. R. TyJings, J. II. Taylor,
E. T. Helvenston.
Judieiary L. J. Knight, C. R. Ty Tydings,
dings, Tydings, W. P. Edwards.
Light and Water J. IL Taylor, C, R.
Tydings, H. C. Jones.
FORT KING CAMP NO. 14,
WOOD3IEN OF THE WORLD.
Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening,
July 21, 1911, in Yonge's IfalL
Visiting' sovereigns always welcome.
W. F. Marlowe. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
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, Ri A. 3L
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter, No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday of every month at 8 p. m.
J. A Bouvler, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.

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Red Cross, half rmrrfti, SCj
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Red Cross, 24 pound sack,.... .. ... .73
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Contractor end DuSIer
Plans' ana specifications Furnished
Upon Reqaest.
120 South Third Street ;
OCAIiA FLORIDA
IIOTICE JO OUR CUSU3
' .We wish to notify our customers
tuat we have bought out the big; If c c-Duffy
Duffy c-Duffy business on Exposition street,
two blocks, west--' of V; the Commercial
Bank, and will be pleased lo have you
call In person or 'phone your orders,
and we will take pleasure In serving;
you. Our 'phone is the same. No. Z99.
Free and prompt delivery as usual.
S. A. MOSES & BRO.
GEORGE TUOEL
I Tclcptcst C3
The Freshest and Beat ef Frsrita and
Vesretsfcle
X : QUICK DELIVERY ;
We Thaak You Call aa Bee Ue
MOXTEQtTMA BLOCK OCALA FIVaI
IT IS FAN SEASON
And we are not alluding; to baseball
either. But those hot Vdays make the
breeze dispensing electrical' fans ne
cessary in every office, store factory
and home. Our business is to Install
these and take care of them as well as
furnishing all kinds of electrical sup supplies
plies supplies for every purpose. We are very
reasonable In charges and prompt in
our work.
H. W. TUCKER
Corner South First Street 'and Osce Osceola
ola Osceola Avenue. .PHONK S30
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ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Coo Coo-tract
tract Coo-tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in town.
Fohy Kifcy W.)d
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RKSULTN
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUDLB,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of the
BLADDER and all annoying URINAIlt
IRREGULARITIES. A posjthr boos to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMEMDATiea
a A. Davis, 627 WsshiiurtoB St., ConaervrCUn
lad., is in his 85th year. He writes mat "I hsas
lately suffered much from my kidae aaa1 mUA
der IhadseTeiebeefcsebesaDdmrkidaeyactic
was too frequent, eaasins- me to lose meea
at night, and to mjr bladder there was
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for ac
ad am now free of all trouble aad afaia
be up and around. Foley Kidney J
Mllaa
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OCAIiA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JULY 17, 1911.
Bl SIXES WAS A' EVER BETTER
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People become wealthy by
spending less than they
make. A good place to
put your money. : : :

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EXCURSION TO MIAMI
0m Aeetif t the Celebratlo, Over
ifae foamt Lite
Tickets on sale from Ocala July 19,
til Julvr z.ith. Tickets
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good on all regular trains, following j
fares from Ocala for the round trip, I
via Jacksonville, $13.05; via Palatka, j
Si 1.55. For further information call on i
M. R. Williams, City Passenger and
Ticket Agent.
VIctor-Victrola IX, $50
This newest style
Victor-Vietrola
is yours for $50
The latest addition
to ihe famous, Victor-'
Victrola Jjne and only
A" extremely popular price
an4 niade more popular still
by our easy-pay merit plan.
Come in a4 hear this instru instrument,
ment, instrument, and find out how easily it
becomes yours.
Xjfhet styles of the Victor-VUtrila ffS
to Victors $10 to $100.
FOR SALE BY
A. M. LA.SFORD
. NO. 3, NORTH MAIN ST.
V
Poof, Fooflfislla
Womniaie2
Think of her at attempting
tempting attempting to make
ice cream in the
old disappointing
-Sy! With
JEIX-0
ICE CREAM
Powder
fchjB can make the
most delicious ice cream in ten minutes,
freezing and all, at a cost of about pne
cent a dish. a nil netergo near tft stove.
Your grocer will tell you all about
it, or you can get ft book from the
Genesee Pure Food Co., Le Boy, N.Y.,
if you will write them.
Grocers sell Jell-O Ice Cream Pow.
der, t,wo packages for 25 cents.
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS., PROPRIETORS
PHONE 296
Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
end Sates a "Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Ghen All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
r
Accidents to the nesn
will happen, no matter
bow careful you are.
Ballard's
SNOW
LINIMENT
Kept always in the house
a guarantee of prompt treat treatment
ment treatment whenever there la a cut,
burn, bruise or other injury to
the flesh of any member of the
family. The sooner these
wounds are treated, the greater
certainty that they will heal
without much pain or loss of
time. It is equally certain that
the torture of rheumatism,
neuralgia and sciatica, lame
tilr ctlff nprr anA lnmbaJTO
will be eased, and the disease
speedily driven out or tne Dooy.
If you have it on hand the
eufferinf? is short and the cure
is speedy and complete.
Price SSe, 50c amd 9 1 AO per
Bottle.
JsmtsF.BaUard.Prop. St.Louis,MO.
Stephens Eye Salve Cures Sere
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ALL DRUGGISTS

MONTHLY WOODMEN MEETING
Postponed Until S O'Clock .Next Friday
Evealag
In consequence of inclement weather,
the regular monthly meeting ot Fort
King Camp has been postponed to Fri Friday
day Friday evening, July 21. As there is much
business of importance, all members
are requested to be present.
B. X. Dosh. Adviser Lieutenant.
Chas, K. Sage, Clerk.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE ON GOOD TERMS
Large, 10-room house with large
grounds. Lot is 140x250 feet. Has
large- two-story stable with two good
stalls, also carriage room; a two two-room
room two-room servant's house, also house suit suitable
able suitable for garage. Fruit trees, etc. Has
fine large lawn. Is situated on one of
the prettiest streets in Ocala, four
blocks from court house. Apply for
terms to Box 180 or A. C. L. freight
depot, care J. F. Thompson.
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
to lay from prize winning strain. Mrs.
11. C. Jones, North Magnolia street.
KODAK DEVELOPING DONE
I will do any kind of kpdak develop developing
ing developing and printing. Rolls of any tii?
developed for 10 cents each. Leave
work at Ocala News Co., Star office or
my residence. J. W. Sylvester.
RESIDENCE LOTS, FOR SALE
I have several choice residence lots,
fronting on the Anthony hard road,
south of Mr. E. C. Smith's residence,
.0x173 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,
$iQQ pr lot. F. W. Ditto, Ocala, Fla.
There are Two Kinds of Chill Tonic
PLANK'S AND OTHERS
THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO
CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR PRUGG'ST.
BELLEVIEW TRACT FOR SALE
Ten acres of splendid ?and in cul cultivation
tivation cultivation and good field fence, part of
it in fine pear orchard. In full bear bearing,
ing, bearing, in suburbs of Bellevlew. For
sale cheap for cash. Address, Mrs. C.
L. Bittinger, Ocala Fla.
COTTAGE FOR RENT
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.
STORE FOR RENT
A well located and most "desirable
store building for rent. Possession
within 20 days. Apply at the Star of office.
fice. office. UP,TOI)ATE MAPS'
Latest maps of Florida and all oth other
er other states at Ballard's.
W. B. Gallagher of Savannah, W. A.
Bunnells of Juliette, Albert Anson
Graham of Conner, Mrs. E. E. Prince
of Gainesville, G. H. Hapgood of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and G. C. Miller of Rockwell
were Saturday night guests of the
pcala House.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postofflce Drugstore.
C. O. Byrd, J. F. Byrd and" J. M.
Smith of Jacksonville were guests of
the Ocala House yesterday.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Waloney. at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval, just off Main,
room In the city.
Best 75c.
Mr. Otto Swartz, the popular mixolo mixologist,
gist, mixologist, left this morning for a two weeks
visit to his old home in Savannah.
A. A. Waterman's seir-filling, relia relia-Dle,
Dle, relia-Dle, non-leaking fountain pens; all
sizes and several different prices, at
the Court Pharmacy.
The Seaboard passenger trains last
night each brought in an extra coach,
packed with negroes, to go out on the
A. C. L. excursion to Tampa this morn morning.
ing. morning. WANTED A stenographer. Will
have to begin upon small salary. Ac Accurate
curate Accurate work, not speed, required. Must
be good at figures. Wiil have to as as-sit
sit as-sit with, books but not necessary to be
a bookkeeper. State age, qualifications
and references. P. O. Box 604, Ocala.
John Lewis, colored, of Hernandot Is
in the hospital and he may have to
have one of his arms amputated. He
had a fight with a colored woman sev several
eral several days ago, and she bit him on the
arm and blood poison set In.
When you are happy drink PLEZOL.
When you are dry drink PLEZQL.
When you look for prosperity drink
PLEZOL,
Make the most of the few remaining
days in which you may eat watermel watermelons.
ons. watermelons. There are still some good melons
but board of health is apt to prohibit
their sale in town within a very short
time.
S or 6 doses 666 will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Pripe, 35c

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K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Eagles meet Wednesday evenjng.
Masons meet Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
If you want a Merry Widow, see
Ham p.
Mr. Louis F. Savarese is in Jack
sonville today on business matters.
Fresh limes for limeade at the foun fountain
tain fountain of the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. M. E. Robinson went to Tampa
today to call on his shoe trade.
Vmi nan t vnnr ftiivAa fr rr o rl af
the Ocala News Company.
Mr. P. H. Nugent c ime up from
Candler this morning.
If you are looking for something up-to-date
in frames, call at Mills studio.
Mr. C. E. Connor came up this morn morning
ing morning from North Lake.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postofflce Drugstore.
Mrs. W. H. Temple of Gainesville
was at the Montezuma Sunday.
TO LOAN $750 on city real 'prop 'property.
erty. 'property. Address P. O. Box 583, city.
M. M, Feinberg of Dunnellon was at
the Montezuma Sunday.
5 or 6 doses 666, will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Mr. Ed Carmichael has returned
from his trip to Brunswick.
Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It. is healthful and invigorating.
Mr. C. F. Flippen left Saturday night
for a three weeks' visit to his parents
at WatertowB, Tenn.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postofflce Drugstore.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Colbert will go to
Miami tomorrow and spend a week or
so with friends and relatives.
You can get anything from a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'
studio.
United States Marshal J. T. Bundicks
of Jacksonville is in the city serving
papers in a civil suit.
The best line of moulding and
frames in Ocala can be found at Mills'
studio.
Now" it is sweet potato planting time
with the farmers and they are all busy
putting out their vines.
Striped and dotted rainproof foul foulards
ards foulards are attractive for hoods for mo motoring.
toring. motoring. Mrs. D. A. Miller's pretty bungalow
is nearing completion. Messrs. Mclver
and MacKay are doing the work.
Your kodak work can be finished in
two to three days if you leave it at
Mills' studio.
Mr. T. E. Pritchett of Candler came
up this morning and went on to Lake Lakeland.
land. Lakeland. Thp prettiest line ot cut glass, silver
and fine hand-painted china at A. E.
Burnett's
Mr. Dave Bryan, the traveling repre representative
sentative representative of Armour, went to Newberry
and Cedar Keys today.
Tjv cuu get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
now.
G. R. Mobley of Leesburg and A. M.
Kimbrough of Center Hill were at the
Montezuma Sunday morning.
Two good leaders: Peroxide Cream
and Peck's Cpld Cream at the Cpirt
Pharmacy.
G. R. Reaves of Macon and W. L.
Burnett of Atlanta were at the Mon Montezuma
tezuma Montezuma Sunday,
WANTED To buy 25 to 75 head of
range hogs for cash. F.. W. Ditto,
Ocala, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hobkirk of
Waldo were at the Montezuma Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. We have the best line or hair brush brushes,
es, brushes, combs and other toilet articles in
the city. The Court Pharmacy.
Allen A. Poncher and Samuel J.
Barco of Martel were at the Monte Montezuma
zuma Montezuma Sunday.
WANTED A quart or two quarts of
j bird's eye red peppers. Apply at Star
Miss Flora Maddox, one of Rhein Rhein-auer's
auer's Rhein-auer's efficient clerks, has returned
from a week's vacation at Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Green Cove Springs and Yalaha.
When you have anything to frame
take it to the Ocala News Co.; all kinds
of mouldings.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Lummus. children.
Marion and Frances, will leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for Miami, where they will visit
relatives for, ten days.
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.
Mr. R. O. Connor, district manager
io? the International Harvester Com Company,
pany, Company, spent yesterday at home with hi?
family.
Our line of cutlery, scissors and
articles for the manicure table will
appeal to you. See them at the Cou-t
Pharwicy.
Mrs. Frank Turner, who resides on
their big farm, four miles? southwest
of town, was seriously ill last night
but is better today.
Serve PLEZOL to your ramlly.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink
PLEZOL,
Mr. John B. Cordero. an old resident
of Ocala, but now living in Jacksenr
ville, is expected tomorrow, to attt-i-3
the wedding of his son. Mr. O. W. Cor Cordero
dero Cordero to Miss Agnes Burnett.

Report that Woodmar Saad & Steae
iimpany Va Going; to Qait
Is Untrue
The report that the Wood mar Sand
& Stone Company i3 going out of bus business
iness business is not true. Mr. Thomas, the
president, says the company has no
intentkm of ceasing operations, has
plenty to do, nyre contracts in pros prospect
pect prospect and expect to do a big business
in Ocala and this part of the state
during the next few years.

SOME XEW STYLES
Mr. Nathan Goldman, representative
here for the Royal Tailors, has receiv received
ed received his fall samples of piece goods and
new style books. He has been absent
for two weeks in Florida and Georgia,
taking orders and has done a nice
business. Mr. Goldman has a great
many exceedingly pretty ready made
garments for the ladies, some of which
are things of beauty and works of art.
Mr. Goldman's place of business is
near the city market.
BAVD CONCERT FRIDAY MGHT
The weather permitting, the band
will give a concert on the public square t
Friday evening, on which occasion the
following program will be rendered:
March, "Officer of the Day" R. B.
Hall.
V.alse, "Bleue" A. Margis.
Serenade, "La Paloma" Yradler.
OvertuVe, "Poet and Peasant" Fr.
Von Suppe.
March, "Lights Out" E. E. McCoy.
Waltz, 'Daughters of Love" C. W.
Bennett.
Alto Trio, "Visions" Al Hayes.
Overture, "A Gleam of Heaven"
K. Harris. A. E. Gerig, Director
MUCH XEW MERCHANDISE
Messrs. Mclver & MacKay have just
unloaded a carload of Studebaker wag wagons,
ons, wagons, in one and two-horse farm wagons,
one carload of nails, another of field
and barbed wire. They have received
a great deal of furniture within the
past few days, and are receiving car carloads
loads carloads of brick and other material for
their many jobs of building that they
have under contract almost daily.. This
is stock taking time with the big firm
and every one Is very busy.
FOUR MORE UNFORTUNATES
Judge Bell this morning issued mar marriage
riage marriage licenses to Hampton Prevatt and
Freedie Holder, white, and Walter S.
Mead and Esther Hull, colored.
TEMPLE WILL HAVE A
FINF PROGRAM TOXIGHT
The three subjects at the Temple
Saturday afternoon and night were all
extra-fine picture stories, and were
seen with great interest by a large and
constantly reinforced audience.
Mr. Eldred ran his reels through the
machine this morning, and as a special
favor admitted a few friends to see
them, among them was a Star reporter
who can cheerfully testify to their ex excellence
cellence excellence and advjses everyone to see
them this evening. They are as fol follows:
lows: follows: "The Awaking of Golita," a classical
stpry out of ancient mythology.
"The Little Major." A most pathetic
story.
"Dr. Grant's Great Discovery." An
intensely interesting drama.
DR. J. V. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
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Reftldence: 295
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 right.
Mrs. E. C. Bennett and children left
Saturday for a visit to Mrs. Bennett's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark, at
Tfoy, Ala.
Mr. Charles L Moore has made num numerous
erous numerous and tasteful improvements to
his pretty cottage on the corner- of
South Magnolia and South Fourth
street.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goddard came
up from Dade City Saturday, to visit
their Ocala friends over Sunday.
Mrs. E. B. Hiers of Worthlngton
Springs, who has been in the city the
last two weeks, .the guest of her
daughters, Mrs. Hatchell and Mrs. Lid Lid-don,
don, Lid-don, left today for a visit to her son,
Mr, Hatchell Hiers in Tampa.
Mr. Fred Shep"perd from Bridgewa Bridgewa-ter,
ter, Bridgewa-ter, England, is a guest of Mrs. M. A.
Norwood and family.
Miss Clara Johnson, of Ocala, who
has been the guest of Mrs. W. H.
Wilson, is now visiting Miss Frances
Chambers. Tampa Tribune.
Mr. Louis Lang and family will go
to Daytona Beach tomorrow in their
automobile and will remain there for
some time.
Mr. J. R. Moorhead was at Camp Camp-ville
ville Camp-ville yesterday, where his partner, Mr.
Alf Oldfield, is superintending the
subdivision and platting of a large
tract of land for Jacksonville capital capitalists.
ists. capitalists. Mr. Moorhead's oldest son, Rob Robert
ert Robert is at the camp and is running a
transit and will soon be a full fledged
civil engineer.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postofflce Drugstore.
There is a great deal of pleasure ex expressed
pressed expressed about the city over the fact
that Prof. Looney will open his select
school in Ocala in the fall. This school
will fill one of the needs of our city and
will aid rather than detraet from the
efficiency of our splendid high school.
Mr. Joseph Reilly, organizer for the
National Carpenter's Union, met a
large number of the Ocala members of
his craft at Yonge's hall Saturday
night and made them an interesting
address. Nearly all the carpenters in
the city were present, and several ap applications
plications applications for admission to the union
followed Mr. Reilly's address. He lefi
Sunday for Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Burt McDonald and
children of Jacksonville are in the elty,
visiting Mrs. McDonald's mother and
sisters, Mrs. Condon. Miss Condon and
Miss Perry,
Little Johnnie Lee Flynn, the three-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Flynn, fell and broke her arm
yesterday. She was alone in the roon,
at the time and it is thought she feU
off a trvink.
Dr. J. T. Shaw, the veterinarian who
has been at Bishopville. S. C, for the
past ten days, where he was called on
account of the sudden death of his
mother, returned home yesterday.

Give by Mr. Carney fa Homer of Mnc
filer nd Mm. Srott
The porch party given last Saturday
afternoon by Mrs. E. L. Carney in hon honor
or honor of two most attractive and popular
visitors. Mrs. J. B. Hiers of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and Mrs. E. L. Scott of Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala., was a very pleasant social
function.
In the rooms large -vases of frag fragrant
rant fragrant flowers were to be seen in every

nook and the spacious porch was con
verted into a bower of loveliness by
the artistic arrangement of handsome
potted plants and cut flowers, rugs,
chairs, etc.
As the guests arrived each was giv
en a cordial welcome by the hostess.
In the hall they were greeted by Mrs.
W. V. Newsom and Mrs. G. S. Scott.
The guests of honor and Mrs. A. C.
Williams of Charlotte, received in the
parlor and looked unusually pretty in
their handsome lingerie gowns and
large picture hats.
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer and Mrs. J.
C. B. Koonce led the way to the li library,
brary, library, where Mrs. S. E. Waterman and
Mrs. Cardy of Clearwater, were receiv receiving.
ing. receiving. Mrs. W. H. Powers asked the la ladies
dies ladies into the dining room where .de .delicious
licious .delicious grapefruit punch was served by
Mrs. Jack Rentz and Mrs. R. C. Mun-
caster.
The guests were then invited out on
the porch. Here Mrs. R. A. Rurford,
Mrs. R. G. Blake and Mrs. W. K. Zc Zc-wadski
wadski Zc-wadski assisted in entertaining till all
the guests had come. Then Mrs. J. TL
Taylor, Mrs. K. M. Hampton. Mrs. L. F.
Blalock and Mrs. T. H. Johnson sang
several solos and duets, which were
greatly enjoyed.
Ice cream and cake were served
during the afternoon.
Mrs. Hiers and Mrs. Scott have
many friends in Ocala and are always
most charmingly entertained wher
here. Mrs. Hiers is visiting her moth
er and sister, Mrs. S. E. Waterman and
Mrs. W. V. Newsom. Mrs. Scott Is the
guest of her husband's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. S. Scotf
Among the ladies invited to be with
them on last Saturday, were Mesdames
Waterman, Newsom, Scott, J. H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, James Taylor, Cardy. Rheinaur.
A. C. Williams, Maughs, Jack Rent?.
Zewadski, Muncaster, -R. R. Carroll,
Koonce, Howse, Hatchell, Mallory Lid Lid-don
don Lid-don of Jacksonville, W. H. Powers. C.
V. Miller, Hocker, Walter Marsh. Bla Blalock,
lock, Blalock, Richardson. O. T. Green, Ed wart1
Badger, S. P. Eagleton, J. D. Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, Burford, Sistrunk, R. S. Hall. D.
M. Smith, Fishel, F. G. B. Weihe. W.
W. Condon, Blake, Roess, Frank. T. H.
Johnson, Hampton, Harold, A. G. Gate?.
Robinson, Holmes and Miss Lillywhite
of London, England.
WILL DICK THE WEATHER
Air Dome Will Soon Not Care Whether
it RalnM or Not
The Peabody brothers are preparing
to put a fireproof tent cover over the
..r Dome. This will be rolled up and
out of the way except when it rains.
After this is in place, the young men
need have no fear of the .rainy even evenings.
ings. evenings. The Air Dome had a big crowd and
a fine show Saturday. People tried to
make up for the two' evenings they
lost. The program tonight is as fol follows:
lows: follows: "The Medallion." A fine story of
Italy in its most romantic period, the
seventeenth eentury.
"When the Light Waned." A beau beautiful
tiful beautiful story of true devotion.
Sailor Jack's Reformation," A Sal Salvation
vation Salvation Army story.
L. II. VAN ENGELKEX, 31. D.
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old Pestoffiee Pulldlng, Room 4
C. W Farrell of Terrell, A. B.
Powell and W. H. Jones of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, J. T. Smith of Dunnellon and
J. S. Cox of Gainesville were Satur Saturday
day Saturday night guests of the Montezuma.
C. E. Land of Sarasota, Harry Camp Campbell
bell Campbell of Gainesville and J. J. Bundrix of
Jacksonville were at the Montezuma
Sunday.
Mr. J. G. Spurlin came from Lake
Weir this morning, where he spent
Sunday with his family and went on to
Mcintosh and other places to call on his
grocery trade.
Among those who went to Tampa this
morning on the A. C. L. excursion we
noticed Miss Ma'rlon Dewey, Mr. Olaf
Zewadski, Messrs. Claude Haycraft,
Will Moore. Vandenbrock, West and
Pindar, Mrs. Layne. Mrs. George
Chambers, Mrs. N. L. Williams and Mrs.
Burr, Miss Mary Connor and Mrs. Dr.
Hulbert.
Mr. A. L. Mitchell, with the Dunnel Dunnellon
lon Dunnellon Phosphate Company at Rockwell,
and many years ago chief clerk at the
Ocala House, spent Sunday in town, a
guest of that hoteL
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. White and child children
ren children went to Tampa today. Mr. White
will spend a day or two, but Mrs. White
and the children will spend some time
visiting Mrs. White's sister, Mrs. Dr.
Mason.
Mr. John T. Lewis, state convict in inspector,
spector, inspector, left today for Fort Myers. He
will go up the Caloosahatchee river to
the Everglades on business for the
state.
Dr. J. E. Chace returned this morn morning
ing morning from Woodmar, where he spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wood Wood-row.
row. Wood-row. Messrs. L. R. Chazal, D. S. Woodrow,
Stephen and Sandford Jewett came up
from Woodmar this morning, where
they spent Sunday.
Miss Alice Carlisle left this morning
for Birmingham, Ala., where she will
spend the next six weeks, visiting rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Temple
Theater
MOTIONPICTURES
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
NIGHTLY.
PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
THE AWAKENING OF GOLITA
THE LITTLE MAJOR
DR. GRANTS GREAT DISCOVERY
ADMISSION 1 0 AND 5C.

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FEEL nDLY ABOUT IT .AFTERWARDS? DID YOU EVER SPBSTD
MOXEV FOOLISHLY ASD REGRET IT AFTERWARDS? TOT IT I3T
THE 11K AXD YOU WILL DO NEITHER. BESIDES YOU'LL FTMD
IT MORE REAL EXJOYME.T TO SAVE TH AX TO SPEJUK'
4 PER CEXT PAID IX OUR SAVIXG DEPARTMENT, COMPOUND
ED QUARTERLY AXD NO NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL RE4RJIRCD.
Capital Fully Paid In 075.CC0.CD
OCALA, : FLORIDA;

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WEATHER FORECAST
Washington, July 17. Local thun
der showers tonight or Tuesday, mod moderate
erate moderate variable winds. y
B. Y. P. U.
The Baptist Young People's Union
had a very interesting meeting last
evening. Mr. Paul Gates, the leader,
had prepared a very interesting pro program
gram program on the subject and a pleasant
hour was passed with talks and solos.
The union has a bustling devotional
committee and leaders have been ap appointed
pointed appointed several months in advapce,
and all the members are pulling to together
gether together to make it a success. Strangers
and friends are cordially invited to
come out at the weekly meetings at
7 o'clock Sunday evenings.
'
BOUGHT THE BUFFET
Mr. C. Carmichael has bought the
Elks Club buffet from Mr. Otto
Schwartz.
Deputy Sheriff Brigance is feeling
sore today, and with anger in his. eye
and an S. & W. special in near vicinity
to his right hand is hunting a son of
Ham who bounced a brick off his head
Saturday night. It --was in the wee
small hours, and Mr. B. was coming
by the horse hospital, when he redis rediscovered
covered rediscovered Haley's comet and also saw
about forty-eleven new constellations.
At the same time his legs gave 'way
and he sat down, not ungracefully; but
unpremeditatedly, on the sidewalk.
But Brigance, who is an ex-cavalryman
and ex-fireman, is hard to kill,
and he recovered from his trance, in
about three seconds to see his assail assailant
ant assailant doing a hot-foot into the dark darkness.
ness. darkness. He unlimbered his battery, but
the miscreant outran the bullets.
Brigance says better luck next time.
Mrs. C. H. Dame received the bad
news yesterday that her mother, Mrs.
S. C. Stone, formerly of this city, but
now living with her stjn, Mr. Spencer
Stone in Jacksonville, had sustained
severe injuries from a fall, which as
she is 84 years of age, will be very
difficult to recover from. "Mrs. Dame,
accompanied by her daughter, Miss
Lois, left this morning for Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. They were accompanied by Mr.
Dame, who will go on to Orange Park
to organize a Woodman camp.
Mr. P. H. Gillen, the capable foreman
of the Star job printing department,
took a day off today and weni to Tam Tampa
pa Tampa on the A. C. L. excursion. Mr. Gil Gillen
len Gillen does not average to miss more than
one or two days from his work" in a
year.
Mr. Ed Smith, who has been at Floral
City and Dunnellon for several months,
since leaving Ocala, came up Saturday
night and has a position with the fire
department.
Mr. Edward Drake, who has been
taking stock for the Dunnellon Suppl
Company at Rockwell for the past two
weeks, finished Saturday and returned
home on the Sunny Jim.
'Mrs. Florence C. Robertson and htr
daughter. Miss Alice Mae Robertson of
New York City, are in the city visiting
Mrs. Robertson's niece, Mrs. Lanier
Robertson. Mrs. Robertson is a daugh daughter
ter daughter of General George B. Loud of New
York City, .who has visited in Ocala
several time and has made many
friends here.
Mr. Charles Brabham of the Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon Advocate, came up Saturday
night and went on to Gainesville yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning to spend the day there.
Mrs. & P. Anthony and daughter-.
Mrs. Webb, and Mrs. Webb's little- on,
Cecil, returned yesterday from a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to Sarasota.
Mr. Nathan Goldman, who has the
ready-made gAFment store near the
city market, has returned from a visit
to Savannah.
Mr. Jenkins, of the contracting firm
of Jenkins & Williams, went to
Gainesville this rooming on business
for hi3 firm.
Mr. J. W. Kea went to the northern
part of the county this morning on
business for his firm.
Miss Edna Counts went to Tampa to today,
day, today, where she will spend the day and
from there will go to Keystone Park to
visit Mrs. Frank Myers.

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OCALA FLORID
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telligent people realize the value to
health and comfort of beJng 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
homa 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-dar. Our
market is the one to serve you wltH
the best and choicest sea food.
W. P. EDWARDS
Phone 108 New City Uvfcet
OGALA, FLORIDA.
HUNTER THE LOCKSMITH
MEADS UMBRELLAS, FILES SAWS
Repairs Locks, Fits or Makes Kers:
Repairs Guns, Et, Etc In a
Prompt and Workmanlike
Manner.
CALL ON OR SEND FOR HE
Heo Can Either do Your Work, cr
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Craer North mud Oraase Street-
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OCALA EVENING STAB, 3IOXDAT, JULY 17, 1911.

THE HOUSE OF
THE WHISPERING PIXES
Use THs Rfcb Milk

(3AU1IDATIES IN THE ETOO
(SQNYIEST
Followiag Are the Names in the Piano Voting Contest,
as Far as Dave Deen Turned in to the Management. It
Yea Are a Candidate, List Your Name at the Store ot
Oayes & Guynn, and Ask for Votes, When Trading With
lie Following Firms. Get Your Friends to Support You.
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MARION GROCERY CO., Fancy and Staple Groceries.
ANTr-MOXOPOIiY DRUG-STORE. Ice Cream and Soda Water.
W. S. C. YOXGE, Plumbing.
HAYCRAFT & DeCAMP, MIIiMXERY.
HAYES & GUYNN, Dry Goods,Notions and Gents Furnishings.
THE DAILY AND WEEKLY STAR,
. Votes Issued on Subscriptions, Advertising and Job Work

NAMES OF CONTESTANTS

MISS BELLE HODGE
MISS MATTIE MOORE
MISS DO VIE GATES
MISS CEY1E ROBERTS
MISS ANNIE BENTON FULLER
MISS FREYERMUTH

MRS. HARRY COLE
MRS.. A. M. RICHIE
MISS RUBY KNIGB?I5nrrlj
MISS MYRTLE BLALOCK
3IISS ESTHER LEY
MISS FAXXIE COOK

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WE SHAVE DOWN OUR PRICES WHEN WE FIRST MARK OUR
GOODS.
EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE RUNS SMOOTHLY BECAUSE WE AL ALWAYS
WAYS ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND A FULL STOCK OF EVERYTHING A FIRST-CLASS
HARDWARE STORE SHOULD CARRY.
WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE SELL AND "MAKE GOOD" ON
EVERY DEAL. OUR VALUES ARE PLAIN TO SEE.
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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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Dish coupons issued with each cash purchase or votes
given in the Free Piano Contest.
Clay Peas for planting, choice seed $3.25 per bushel.
This is the best forage and soil building crop that you
can plant. The time for planting is now and for the
next few weeks.
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Conrteons Treatment, Low Prices, Prompt Delivery.
J. C. GEIGER, Manager. TELEPHONE 114.

WE. LEA DIN. OUR LINE

Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Carts, Automobiles, Harness and
Leather Goods, Farm Machinery, Wire and Wire Fencing; NUmbrellas.
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.
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KNIGHT & LANG, Ocala, Florida

UNIVERSITY OP FIORIDA
GAINESVILLE
A Superior. But Inexpensive Institu Institution
tion Institution for Florida Young Men
Four colleges, agricultural experi experiment
ment experiment station; University extension.
46 professors and assistants. 125
per cent increase in attendance in
last two years. Attractive buildings
and campus. For talogue address,
A. A. MURPHREE, President.

Florida State College for Women
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College of Arts and Sciences, Nor

mal School with Kindergarten

School of Music, School of Art

School of Expression, School o

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er expenses very low. For informa

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L. D. SCOTT. EMMA B. SCOTT. Principals.

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go together.' i said. 'We can telephone
from tbere. But at this the awtui
look came back Into ber face. and. see seeing
ing seeing her forget my hurt, 1 forgot It. roo.
in dread ot what she woold say when
lae found strength to speak.
it was worse than anything 1 bad
imagined; sue refused absolutely to go
back home. Carmei." said sbe. T
have done Injnstice to your youth. Yon
love him, too not like a cbild. bat a
woman. The tangle is worse tbao l

thougbt; your heart is caught in It as
well as mine, and you shall have your
chance. My death will give it to you.

1 tried to dissuade ner. 1 urged

every plea, even tbat of my own sac-

riiiee. Bnt sbe was no more ber nat

ural self. Sbe bad taken up tbe oote

and read it during my entreaties, and

my words fell on deaf ears. Wby.
these words have killed me!" sbe cried,
crumpling tbe note in ber band.

What will a little poison do? It can

only, finish what be bas begun.'

"Poison! 1 remembered bow 1 bad

beard ber pushing about bottles in tbe

medicine cabinet and felt my legs

grow weak and my head swim. 'You

will notr i Tid. watching ber band.

in terror of seeiog it rise to her breaat.

Wben I came bere.- sbe said. 1

bronubt a bottie ot cordial with me

nnI three glasses. I brought a little

vial f poison, too. once ordered for

si. kness. I expected to find El wood

wrt. If I bad 1 mean! to drop tbe

jMfisoti into one glass and tben fill
them all up wltb ibe cordial. We
sbould hare drunk, eacb one of us his

glass, and one of us would bare

fallen. 1 did not care wni-n. you or

Elwood or myself. But ne is not

bere. and tbe cast of tbe die is be-

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Try this milk from high-bred cows, kept in model dairi33.

that is utterly germless 8 per cent butter fat thick as

Madam, you can settle the

r milk question at once and for forever
ever forever by using Van Camp's one
day. And the question is
immensely important.
Tomorrow at breakfast serve

Van Camp's Milk in your coffee. Serve it on
cereals, make milk dishes with it, freeze it for
ice cream.
Prove for yourself if this is as we say the
finest milk produced in America. The equal of
any in Switzerland.
And learn how good it seems to use a milk
entirely free from germs.
You'll Find Out This
You will find that Van Camp's gives to milk
dishes a richness and flavor which milkman's
milk never gives. And it isn't an added richness.
Van Camp's is simply the whole, rich milk, as it
comes from the cow. Not a.i aLo. i of anything
added. Nothing but water tolreri oac,
The difference is this: Milkman's milk separates.
The butter fat rises and the so!;d3 fa!L When that
milk comes to the cooking it b rarely more than

a hall milk.

will be surprised when you first find out the
richness that whole milk gives.
How We Produce It

water for coffee, cereals or ice

per cent solids, 8 per cent butter fat.

It b S3

the

Our dairies in seven states are located in Ameri America's
ca's America's best dairying sections. They are supplied
with high-bred Holstein cows.

Lemon Ice Cream
M Ix and stand aside for one
hour nine ounces sugar, the
grated rind of three lemons
and the juice of two lemons
and one orange. Boil and
cool three-fourths of a pint of
water and add two cans of
Van Camp's Milk (small
size). Pour into the freezer
and when nearly cooled add
the sugar and lemon juice.
Turn rapidly and finish
freezing.
Write for our book of 131
recipes, including all sorts
cf ice cream.
Van Camp Packing Co.
Indianapolis, Ind.

Van Camp's is the
whole milk. It has all
the butter fat, all the
solids, which belong to'
the richest milk. You

Close to each dairy we have built an evaporating
plant, and we conduct it with hospital cleanliness.
The milk fresh from the cows is put into a
copper vacuum. Cn account of the vacuum, a
moderate heat evaporates the water without
scorching the milk. Two-thirds of the water is
thus taken out simply to reduce the bulk.
When you put back that water the milk is the
same as it came from the cow, save for steriliza sterilization.
tion. sterilization. Free From Germs
The vital fact is that this milk is sterilized after
being scaled. It is absolutely; free from germs.
Milkman's milk, as you know, is always germ germ-laden.
laden. germ-laden. There are millions of germs in each spoon spoonful.
ful. spoonful. Careful people, in these days, demand
sterilized milk for their tables. Van Camp's'
is utterly sterile.
Like Using Cream
Van Camp's Milk, comes to you as thick as
thick cream. So thick that you add one part

- When reduced to the usual milk's ric

cost will figure about six cents per quart.

saving is due to the fact that we save the cost cf

the milkman's daily delivery. That

than the milk, v -V .."
And Van Camp's saves waste. ; You

can when you want it and it keeps tSU you use
it up. In the average home the use of Van Ccs?'
. cuts milk bills right in two. And you can buy at

one time, if you want to, all your tnSk and

for a month- v
The $100,000 r.2ii

: in perfecting this milk we brought to our i

the ablest Swiss and Dutch experts. In

years we have spent $100,000 in learning how to
bring this milk to you in its perfect condition.
Now there isn't a milk in all the world any better
than Van Camp's.

' The 16-oz. can costs 10 cents a fu3 ptet cf

Van Camp's. The 6-oz. can costs S cents. Yi

grocer has it, shipped from
our nearest dairy. -Tell
him now to send you some,
and try it out tomorrow. -You
will then know for all
the days to come which
milk is best.

Van Gamp 's Milk
Evaporated-Sterilized' Unsweetened

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"CHOOSE ARIGHT. DEAR HEART. LEAVE
THS POISONED ONE FOB MX"
tween us two. unless yon wish a cer certainty.
tainty. certainty. Carmel, In which case I will
pour out but one glass and drink tbat
myself.'
"Sbe was In a fever now and des desperate.
perate. desperate. Death was In tbe room. 1
felt it In my lifted hair and In ber
strangely drawn face If I screamed
who would hear me? I never thougbt
of the telephone, and I doubt If sbe
would have let me use it tben. Tbe
power she had always exerted over
me was very strong In ber at this moment-
" 'Shall I drink alone? she repeated,
and 1 cried out. No.' at wblcb ber
band went to ber breast, as 1 bad so
long expected, and I saw the glitter
of a little vial as she drew it forth.
-Oh. Adelaide!' I began, but sbe
heeded me no more than tbe dead.
"On leaving borne sbe had put on a
long coat with pockets, and this coat
was still on ber and the pockets gap gaping.
ing. gaping. Thrusting ber other hand Into one
of these she drew out a little flask
covered with wicker and set It on a
stand beside her. Then she pulled out
two small glasses and set them down
also, and tben sbe turned ber back. I
could bear tbe drop drop of tbe liquor,
and dark as tbe room was it seemed to

turn darker till 1 put out ray hands like
one groping In a sudden night. But

everything cleared before me when she
turned around again. Features set like
hers force themselves to be seen.
"She advanced, a glass in either
hand. As sbe came the floor swayed
and the walls seemed to Ikjw together,
but tbey did not sway her. Step by
step she drew near, and when sbe
reached my side she smiled in my face
once. Then sbe said: "Choose aright,
dear heart. Leave tbe poisoned one
for ma'
"Fascinated. I stared at one glass,
tben at the other. Had either of ber
bands trembled 1 should have grasped

at tbe glass it beld. but not a tremor
shook those icy fingers, nor did ber
eyes wander to the right hand or to the
left 'Adelaide,' I shrieked out. 'toss
them behind you. Let us liveliver
But she only reiterated that awful
word. Choosef and 1 dare not hesitate
longer lest I lose my chance to save
ber. Groping. 1 touched a glass -I
never knew which one and. drawing
it from ber fingers. I lifted it to my
mouth. Instantly ber other band rose.
1 don't know which is wblcb myself.'
she said and drank. That made me
drink also.
"The two glasses sent out a clicking
sound as we set them back on the
stand. Tben we waited, looking at
eacb other. Which?' ber lips seemed
to say. 'Which? in another moment
we knew. 'Your choice was the right
one.' said she and sbe sank back Into
a chair. 'Don't leave meV she called
out. for 1 was about 'to run shrieking
out Into tbe night. I 1 am happy
now tbat it is all settled, but I do not
want to die alone. Ob. how hot 1 amf
And. leaping up, sbe dung off tier coat
and went gasping about tbe room for
air. When sue sank down again it
was on the lounge, and again 1 tried
to fly for help, and again sbe would not
let me.
"1 tried to soothe her to keep down
my awful fear and soothe ber. But
tbe nearness of death bad calmed her
poor heart into its old love and habit habitual
ual habitual thongbtfniness. She was terrified
at my position. Sbe recalled our moth mother
er mother and tbe oath sbe bad taken at tbat
mother's deathbed to Droteet me and

care for dip aurt my orotner. 'Ana i

bare failed to do either. she cried.
'Arthur I have alienated, and you t
am leaving to unknown trouble and

danger.'

"She was not to be comforted. I
saw ber life ebbing dnd could do
nothing. Sbe clung to me while she
called up all ber powers and made
plans for me and showed me a way ot
escape. 1 was to bam the note, fling
two of tbe glasses from tbe window
and leave tbe other and tbe deadly
vial near ber hand this before I
left tbe room. Then 1 was to call up
the police and say there was some something
thing something wrong at the clubhouse, but I
was not to give my name or ever ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge 1 was there. 'Nothing can
save trouble. sbe said, 'bat that trou trouble
ble trouble most not come near yon. Swear
that you will beed my words swear
that you will do what I say.
"I swore. All that she asked I prom promised.
ised. promised. I was almost dying, too. and
had tbe light gone oat and the rafters
of the bouse fallen in and burled as
both It would have been better. Bat
the light burned on. and the life In
her eyes faded out. and the bands
grasping mine relaxed. 1 heard one
little gasp, then a low prayer. Tell
Arthur never never again to' Tben
silencer
(Continued Tomorrow-4
' i

HAPPIEST, GIRL IX IINCOLN
A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I had
been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and in three days I
was able to be up and got better right
along-. I am the proudest girl in Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln to find such a good medicine." For
sale by all dealers.

Nat Goodwin is to head a stock com company
pany company in Los Angeles. Cal., and will
make his debut on July 31 in a revival
of In Missoura.

FoniFiuQonirice-. :amiDCul''Bbo)iu1iss

FiraM

Imp

EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
Are the
LEADERS OF THE WORLD

Up

AND THE AMBEROLA IS THE
LEADER OP 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

A. R Burnett

JEWELER

MERCHANTS BLOCK. OCALA. FLA

KIDNEY DISEASES ARE CURABLE

Under certain conditions, f 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.

The next Viennese opera which may

be heard in this country is called Boy

or uirl, and is said to be exceedingly

tuneful.

Those Who Take Foley Kidney Pills

For their kidney and bladder ailments,

and for annoying urinary irregulari

ties are always grateful both for the

quick and permanent relief they af afford,
ford, afford, and for their tonie and strength strengthening
ening strengthening effect as well. Try Foley Kidjey

Pills. For sale by the Court Pharmacy.

Franz Lehar, composer of The Merry

Widow, will come to this country to
conduct his opera, Gypsy Love.

Foley Kidney Pills are composed of
ingredients specially selected for their
corrective, healing, tonic and stimulat stimulating
ing stimulating effect iipon 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.

We have in otr large stcre, almost every
thing- yoti cotsld wish for to farn&h yozt
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of farnttcsre in rssd-
iom and high grades, with all of fbz furnish furnishings
ings furnishings that go vith the line Oct stocfr of
hardware is complete and the tools, materials
and implements are of the best grades U We
carry the largest hue of harness wagons,
carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
have a good lis e of office supplies of all kinds
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in stock every item the
btfUder or contractor needs. .
SEE US BEFORE MAKING Y0UQ PUQCQASES

C

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OCALA. FLORIDA.

Lillian Russell Is writing a series of
newspaper articles on how to be young
and beautiful.

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.

Jack London has. written a dramatic
sketch of Alaska, called The Great Interrogation.

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.

Harold McGrath's story, The Goose
Grl. has recently been dramatized by
D. Baker.

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 child
back to strengths vigor and cheerful cheerfulness.
ness. cheerfulness. Price 25 cents per bottle. Sold
by all druggists. (

Billie Burke will begin in August re rehearsals
hearsals rehearsals for her new play. The Run Runaway.

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 2 5c. and 50c. per bot bottle.
tle. bottle. Sold by all druggists.

1

Fay Templeton denies that

tends to return to the stage.

in-

W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BOILDER

PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION

P. O. BOX 46

Right in your busiest season when
you have the lea3t 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.

If you smoKe you will De Interested
in the best line of cigars in the city

OCAIiA, FL&. at the Court Pharmacy.

JESSE TMcEDIUIFIFY
LIVERY, SALE and FEED STABLE
SOUTH FIRST STREET. WEST
Fine Buggy and Carriage Teams at Reasonable Rates. Com Competent
petent Competent Drivers who know the Country. PkCZ2 2C0
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Including Snnday night, July 30th. Call Ike Bearent G. f. A P. Ticket
Agent for ticket and fall Information, or
J. II. RAFFTERY, Dlvlnlna Pnanenger Agent,
1 Hognn Street, Jnckoonyllie, Fin.

To

Jacksonville and Return
Monday, July 24th

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For Reservations or Information, call on nearest Atlantic

Coast Line Ticket Agent, or write

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Tampa, Florida.