The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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5 -

.V'
WHEN' YOU THIXK OF FURNITURE
You Very Naturally Think of
No Matter What Yo ZZsj X7c
in Furniture or Hocse Fcjev
We Hare It, and Cca Cave Tea'
Mosey if Yon Get it frost IJ.
THE FURNITURE MEN
VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLOKIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1911.
NO. 61.
THE FURNTTURS 2223

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One Dollar

It is enough to start a bank
account with, and if you
adopt a systematic method of
saving, the dollars will pile
up surprisingly. Why not
adjust your expense ?o that
they will not exceed three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of your earnings?
That will enable you to save
a quarter out of every dollar.
Just figure what such a sys system
tem system would have done for you
had you commenced it five
years" ago! It isn't too late.
NOW is the time to open the
bank account and put away
one dollar out of every four
that you earn.
We welcome your Account and
will help you (o Save and
to Succeed
THE
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
BANK
OCALA, - FLORIDA
CAPITAL. 50,000
SURPLUS, 2.,0OO
nnHniHim
(EATINGS CAFE
- Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
The Best Quick Lunch Eat Eat-ing
ing Eat-ing Douse in the City
Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. SHRIMPS and
CRABS and all other del delicacies
icacies delicacies of the season.
nnnnnHninf
FULLER & AYER
PENTAIi SURGEONS
Office over Monroe & Chambliss B'k.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
J. E. GHAOE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and JL1, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH
L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Bank
OCALA FLORIDA
Office Hoars, 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to
p. in. Phone 211.
TERMS. PASH.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Offlce-Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4. 5 and 6. Holder
Building, Second Floor. Phones,
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA.
J, T. BROWN
CONTRACTOR FOR
ARTESIAN WELLS
Artesian and. Irrigation Work a
Specialty
Satisfaction guaranteed
formation apply to
J. T. BROWN,
For in
Box 285
Ocala. Fla
M'lVER & MAO KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers acd Embalmers
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.

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Ob Cltra Fruit Granted to Florida
Shlppera by tar lateratate Com Commerce
merce Commerce CombImIob
Washington, August 10. Material
reductions in freight rates on citrus
fruits from Jacksonville, to points in
the central and western states, was
ordered by the Interstate Commerce
Commission yesterday. The reductions
range, according to distances, irom
to about 20 per cent.
In February, 1S10, the commission
deciding the case of the Florida Fruit
& Vegetable Shippers' Association
against the Atlantic (Const Line and all
other carriers operating In the south
ern and central freight association
and western trunk line territory, held
that rates on citrus fruits from Flor
ida points to destination in the cen
tral and western states were unreas
onably high. A reduction in rates to
eleven of the principal markets In
these sections was ordered.
The roads were ordered to put ear-
responding reduced rates to all other
destinations in the same territories.
Commissioner Prouty, in rendering a
supplementary opinion and order In
dicates that the original order was
not carried out, apparently for the
reason thai the carriers were hot able
to agree among themselves about the
divisions of rates when named.
The commission has fixed definite
rate3 to points of designations named.
These rates become effective on Oc October
tober October 2.
LIFE SAVED AT DEATH'S DOOR
"I never felt so near my grave,"
writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington,
Tex., as when a frightful cough and
lung trouble pulled me down to 100
pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment
for two years. My fatheimother and
two sisters died of consumption, and
that I am alive todAis due solely to
Dr. King's New' "Discovery, which
completely curTl me. Now I weigh
187 pounds arid hVye been well and
strong for yaars." Quick, safe, sure.
its the best Smedy on earth for
coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup,
and all throat and lung troubles. DOc.
and $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Tydings & Company.
STANTON
Stanton, August 10. Mrs. VanNess,
who came last week to visit her broth
er, Mr. tluthery, was taken sick be
fore she reached here and was quite
sick for .several days. Dr. Henry was
called in and under his efficient treat
ment she was able to be about in a few
days. This morning Mrs. VanNess, her
two little boys and her sister, Miss
Emma Guthery, left for Kendrick to
visit their brother, Mr. J. J. Gfuthery.
after which -they will go to visit their
father at Rochelle,
Mr. J. J. Ritter made a business trip
to Ocala one day last week.
Miss Juanite Lytle and her brother.
Master Karl, are visiting relatives in
Lakeland,
The rainy season seems to be here.
The showers every day cool the air
and make living more pleasant.
Rev. J, W. Nease will preach In the
Weirsdale school house Sunday, August
13th, if nothing prevents.
HAY FEVER, ASTHMA
AND SUMMER COLDS
Must be relieved quickly and Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound will do It.
E. M. Stewart, 1034 Wolfram St., Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, writes: "I hayfr" "been greatly
troubled during the Wt summer months
with hay fever anf find that by using
Foley's Honey anfd Tar Compound I
get great relief.' Many' others who
suffer similarly vMll bo' glad to benefit
by Mr. Stewart's erferlence. Sold by
Court Pharmacy.
FORT MeCOY
Fort McCoy, August 10. Several
people here took advantage of the ex excursion
cursion excursion to Fernandina on the 9th.
Miss Bessie Bragg was called home
Monday from Quitman, Ga., to the
bedside of her sick mother.
Miss Mattie Glisson of Daisy is
spending a few days with Mrs. L. E.
Bragg.
Mr. J. W. Stevens spent Monday in
Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Temple Parker are vis
iting relatives near Ocala.
Mr. W. M. Glisson has accepted a po
sition with the Ocala Northern Rail Railway,
way, Railway,
Mr. Frank Roberson of Crystal Riv
er visited his mother last week.
Mr. W. L. Cowart and wife are visit
ing home folks at Middleburg.
Dr. Percy LIsk has returned from
Vtlanta.
The Rentz Lumber Company is hav
ing a piece of ground cleared prepar
atory to the erection of a commissary
building.
Mr. E. A. Tompkins of Lochloosa has
accepted a position here.
LOSS OF TIME MEANS LOSS OF PAY
Kidney trouble and the ills It breeds
means lost time and lost pay to many
a working man. M. Balent, 1214 Little
Penna street, Streator. III., was so bad
from kidney and' bladder trouble that
he could not work, but he says: "I took
Foley Kidney Pills for only a short
time and got entirely well and was
soon able lo go back to work, an am
feeling well aita healthier than be before."
fore." before." FoieJtidney Pills are tonic in
action, quick in results a good friend
to the working man or woman who
suffers from kidney Ills. Sold by the
Court Pharmacy.
SUMMERFIELD
Summerfield, August 10. Mr. C. C.
Stoops met with a very painful acclr
dent last Wednesday, when a saw slip
ped and nearly cut off two of his fing
ers.
Mrs. R. L. Douglas, wife of the local
manager of the Florida National Land
Company, left for Chicago last Wed
nesday for a short stay.
Mr. Knifer, who has been away for
some time, returned last Wednesday
after an absence of several months.
Mr. Meade Oliver of Arkansas, was
here for the past week inspecting
lands purchased from the Florida Na National
tional National Land Company. Mr. Oliver rep-

resented a number of buyers and when
he reaches his home will report fav favorably.
orably. favorably. Mr. Oliver is delighted with
our section and will return in Novem November.
ber. November. Work has started on hardening New New-som
som New-som street from the county hard road
to the railroad tracks. This work is
being done by private contribution and
will be of great benefit to the entire
community. Xewsom street from the
railroad to the county road is about a
quarter of a mile, with live oak trees
on both sides and the improvement will
add materially to the value of real estate.

i
Suwtalaed Fatal Injury In Reaeufae; a
Drowning; Woman at a Georjrta
Connt Resort
Atlanta, August 10. On his way to
Atlanta on a Seaboard Air Line train
early yesterday morning Z. D. Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, Jr., died as a result of pneumonia
caused by his lungs being filled with
water at Wrightsville Beach. The wo
man was saved, but as a result of his
struggles with her, Mr. Harrisons
lungs were filled with water and
pneumonia followed. His condition
was supposedly much Improved, and
he was on his way home at the time
of his death.
He was 40 years old, leaves a wife
and four children, and was a nephew
of Col. Z. D. Harrison, clerk of the su supreme
preme supreme court.
$100 REWARD $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be being
ing being a constitutional disease, requires
a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Citarrh Cure Is taken internally, act acting
ing acting directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the dis disease,
ease, disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in
its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for any case that
it fails to cure. Send for list of tes testimonials.
timonials. testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti constipation.
pation. constipation. BELLE V! EW
Belleview, August 10. Rev. J. R.
Wenrich and family left on Monday
for St. Augustine, where they will
spend their month's vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. John Osbom, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Crawford and Messrs. O. M.
Gale and Frank Townsend took in the
Tampa excursion last Saturday and
report a pleasant trip.
Mr. John Brown and little son of
Wildwood spent Sunday with his
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. B. N.
Brown.
Miss Reba Bryant has been on the
sick list the past week.
The ice cream supper given last
Tuesday evening by the Junior Baraca
and Sunbeam classes of the Baptist
church was a success, both socially
and financially, although the weather
was bad.
Te following are those who attend attended
ed attended the Pedro barbecue and who en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed themselves hugely: Mr. and Mrs
A. L. Nott. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lucius,
Misses Edna Nichols and Ida Kllpat Kllpat-rick,
rick, Kllpat-rick, Messrs. George Spencer, Earl
Davenport, Ed Schramm and Eugene
Ilardison and Lloyd Maier.
Our little city is much pleased and
benefited these hot days by the con
tents of the ice house which Is man
aged by Mr. P. L. Moore.
i ne s. a. is putting down a new
spur or sidetrack running parallel
with the main line and sidetrack.
Mr. J. O. Carter accompanied by his
children. Miss Gertrude and Masters
J. P. and Jennings left Friday night
for Naylor, Ga. Mr. Carter will re return
turn return shortly but the children will re
main during the winter. Master J. P.
has just recovered from typhoid fever
and it is hoped the change will ben
efit him.
Mr. W. F. Ritter and Mr. Fisk Bry
ant left Monday for Lacoochee, where
they are engaged on some work for
the Seaboard Railway.
Miss May McPhaul has returned
from her vacation spent pleasantly in
the north and is in her old place, the
telegraph office. Mr. T. Z Cason, the
popular agent who relieved Miss Mc
rnaui, nas returned home, ah are
glad to see Miss May home again.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman spent Sunday
visiting at Shady Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. William Millsom have
returned from a pleasant trip to Mr
Millsom's home In Connecticut.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Pelot, late of
Levon, spent last week the guests of
their mother, Mrs. M. J. Pelot and sis
ter, Mrs. Amos L Nott, leaving on
Monday for Ocala. where thev will
make their home for awhile ere decid
ing on a permanent Tesldenee.
Mr. William Lyles of Dunnellon i
spending his vacation with his aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nelson.
The City of Oaks is now being sup
plied with meats by Mr. W. F. Ab-
snire. wno nas purchased the meat
market from Mr J. A. Lucius on Wes
Front street.
Mr. Weaver's pretty bungalow is go
ing up rapidly and will soon be ready
for Mrs. Weaver, who will arrive soon
We are sorry to report the illness o
Mrs. W. F. Abshire.
Miss Maggie hisenant and little
sister spent the week end with thei
aunt, Mrs. Will Jeffcoat of Oxford.
Little Miss Minnie Tremere was pre
sented last week with a fine littl
pony, the gift of her friend. Mr. J. O.
Hightower of Heather Inland.
A telephone wire ha? been placed
from Tampa to Jacksonville on the.
telegraph poles and a telephone will
be placed at every station for the con convenience
venience convenience of employees.
UP-TO-DATE MAPS-
Latest maps of Florida and all oth other
er other states at Ballard's.

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Ninety-Three Live I.ot When the
Steamer Emir Foundered In the
Strait of Gibraltar
Gibraltar, August" 10. The French
steamship Emir foundered yesterday
morning five miles east of Tarifa, Spain,
the Straits of Gibraltar.
Ninety-three persons were drowned.
Of this number sixty-nine were pas passengers
sengers passengers and twenty-four members of
the crew. .
The ship sailed from here at 3 in the
morning for a Moroccan port. An hour
later, in a dense fog, she collided with
the British steamer Silberton, bound
from Newport, England, for Toronto,
Italy. The prow of the Silverton clove
its way Into the port side of the Emir,
almost cutting the French vessel In
two. The Emir careened over and al almost
most almost turned turtle. Then she began
to sink as the Silverton backed off.
The captain of the Silverton ordered
his crew to man all tbe;boats and res rescue
cue rescue the people from the Emir. The
boats were sent down, but before they
could reach the side of the foundering
vessel, she went down. As she sank
many leaped into the water. The
dense fog rendered the work of rescue
doubly difficult. Those who were for fortunate
tunate fortunate enough to secure hold on
wreckage, which kept them afloat, or
who could swim, were rescued. The
greater portion of those, who drowned
went down with the ship. Many of
them had not sufficient time to get
from their staterooms to the decks.
The Silverton, disabled, with her
bow stove in and her forepeak filled
with water, made this port late In the
morning. Of the twenty-seven persons
saved from the Emir, fifteen were pas
sengers and twelve members of the
crew.
The Emir was a vessel of 1,291 tons
net, and was owned by the Compagnie
of Navigation Mixte, Marseilles,
France.
HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag
nolia street paved with vitrified brick,
centrally located betwen the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
stations and within one bloek of
he government building and postof-
fice. This hotel has recently been
horoughly remodeled and modernized
m every particular. Has over ?3500
worth of new furniture, new gas and
wood range, etc. Best of plumbing
and electric system. House will not
need a dollar In repairs or furniture
for years. One of the handsomest cor corner
ner corner lots in Ocala, surrounded by mas massive
sive massive cement block fence. Lot Is 105 by
105 feet. The Colonial. has 25 rooms
and Is now enjoying a splendid busi business,
ness, business, every room being occupied every
night. This Is one of the best small
2 a day hotels in the state and will
prove a fine investment and soon dou
ble the money at the price, $16,000,
$6,000 down and balance $5,000 in one
and $5,000 in two years at 8 per cent,
interest. If you mean business, come
to see me or write for particulars and
photographs. It will not be long on
the market. I have the sole aerencv
for the sale of the Colonial.'
H. A.KRAMER
Montezuma Block, Ocala, Fla.
CASH PRIZES FOR COTTON
We are offering the following cash
prizes for cotton:
For the first bale of cotton brought
to our gin in Ocala we will give $15
in cash.
To the person bringing the most cot
ton to us through the season we will
give $25 in cash.
We want all of the cotton that la
grown In Marlon county and as much
of that grown in adjoining counties as
we can possibly get brought to our gin,
No better facilities for handling cotton
in the state that we possess. We pay
the highest market price In cash for
cotton at all times.
Remember the prizes. Haul the cot
ton to our gin or ship It to us by rail,
it does not matter which.
Respectfully, George Giles & Co.
Local and Long Distance Phone 170
Ocala, Fla.
Now is the Time
To Have Your Orange and Tanger
ine Trees Sprayea with Fungus
TERMS, TWO CENTS PER TREE
T. A. HOOPER, CITRA, FLA.
BOX 94
"THE WHEELS THAT WHEEL"
The Ivcr-Johniion nieyclea.
The Ocala nicycle Shop,
II. S. CHAMBERS, Proprietor.
ZUBETl
Zuber, August 9. We received the
sad news of Mr. T. N. Sumner's death
August 4th. He died at his home in
Georgia. Mr. Sumner was president of
the Sumner Lumber Company at this
place. He left here July 4th with his
children and Mr. Stanton in his auto
for his home in Georgia. Just one
month from that day we received the
sad news of his death. He will be great
ly missed here by all who knew him.
Mr. Robert Martin has resigned his
position here as locomotive engineer
and accepted one of like nature at Fort
McCoy.
Mr. Paul Soencer Is at home visit
ing his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Brooks made a
business trip to the Brick City Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mrs. H. B. Baxter and little son. H.
M. Baxter spent Saturday and Bunday
in Ocala.
Mrs. C. H. Khaw went to Lochloosa
Sunday to visit her sick mother, Mr3.
MeEwen.
Master Vernon Nettles of Fleming-

ton Is visiting, his sister. Mrs. W. J.
MeGehee.
Mr. H. B. Baxter went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Saturday and returned home Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening.
Mrs. Davis is still very 111 with fever.
We wish for her a speedy recovery.
The plant of the Ocala turpentine and
bi-produets concern has been completed
and as soon as the heavy rains hold up
it will start operations. The company
has already pulled quite a number of
stumps on Mr. J. X. Tiller's farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. EL Knoblock of Mar Martin
tin Martin were callers here Saturday afternoon.

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G rem teat Naval Victory the Saaatak
Government ha Gained Slaee the
Daya of Don John
Madrid, Spain. August 10. The
Spanish government, in explaining the
summary court-martial and execution
of twenty-six men of the crew of the
battleship Numanci at Tangier, Moroc
co, Saturday, affirmed the report that
the men mutinied, and that the mutiny
was part of a republican plot to over overthrow
throw overthrow the monarchy.
One hundred sailors, members of the
Numancia's crew, are said to have
been implicated. The authorities felt
that it was necessary to adopt strin
gent measures to prevent a growth of
the republican movement.
NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE
Ocala People Should Lear to Detect
the Approach of Kidney Dtaeaae.
The symptoms of kidney trouble are
o unmistakable that they leave no
ground for doubt. Sick kidneys excrete
a thick, cloudy, offensive urine, full of
sediment, irregular of passage or at
tended by a sensation of scalding. The
back aches constantly, headaches and
dizzy spells may occur, and the victim
is often weighed down by a feeling of
languor and fatigue. Neglect these
warnings and there Is danger of drop-
y. Bright s disease or gravel. Any one
of these symptoms is warning enough
to begin treating the kidneys at one.
Delay often proves fatal.
You can use no better remedy than
Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's Ocala's
proof:
T. B. Barnes, printer, Ocala, Fla.,
says: "I am pleased to say hat Doan's
Kidney Pills have been of benefit to me.
'I had a weak and lame back, and I
suffered intensely from backache. See
ing Doan's Kidney Pills advertised, I
got a box from Tydings & Co's. drug drugstore
store drugstore and they brought me prompt re-
lef."
For sale by all dealers. Price, 50
cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y sole agents for the United States.
Remember' the name Doan's and
take no other. 9
EUREKA
Eureka, August 10. The farmers are
all busy planting their fall crops now.
Dr. G. B. Parramore spent last Sat
urday in Fort McCoy on business.
Mr. Tiller, the turpentine man of
Silver Springs, was a business caller
here last week.
W. and Mrs. A. O. Harper of Fort
McCoy spent part of last Saturday
with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Marsh of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Cowart of Fort McCoy
pent a day fishing on the river here
last week and report fine luck.
Mr. R. A. Ilogan and son, Roy made
a business trip to Orange Lake and
vicinity last Sunday, returning Mon
day.
Mr. Jas. F. Marsh was a business
caller at Fort McCoy last Saturday
night.
Among those from this side-of the
river who attended the birthday din dinner
ner dinner of Mrs. Perkins of Lynne were
Messrs. A. B. Albritton, Jas. F. Marsh
and W. E. Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hogan spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Browers of
Daisy.
TORTURED FOR FIFTEEN YEARS
by a cure-defying stomacn trouble
that baffled doctors and, and resisted
all remedies he tried, John W. Mod
ders, of Moddersville, Miciw seemed
doomed. He had to-ell his farm and
give up work.-Hi's neighbors said "he
can i live nyrcn longer.' whatever I
ate distressed me hewrote, "till I
tried Elecfirie BirfefsT? which worked
sucn wonders ior me that I can now
eat things I rwjyld not take for years.
Its surely a grand remedy for stom stomach
ach stomach trouble." Just as good for the
liver and kidneys. Every bottle guar
anteed. Only 50c. at Tydings & Co's.
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 land on the place and It Is a
high grade of pine. Has twenty acres
as fine corn and twelve acres of cotton
as any ons can show; no fertilizer used
Located 1 miles from Dallas and
right on county- line of Marlon and
Sumter. Price $2000. Apply at Star
office for further particulars and own owner's
er's owner's name and address.
BARBECUE AND PICNIC
AT GOINS SPRINGS
The people of the Shady Grove com community
munity community will have one of their pleas pleasant
ant pleasant picnics and bountiful barbecues at
Goin's Springs, Thursday, August 24.
Everybody is invited, and the Star as assures
sures assures everyone a pleasant time.
THOUSANDS DYING
Every day from kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Why suffer death
when a $1 bottle, a sixty-day treat treatment
ment treatment of Hall's Texas Wonder, seldom
fails to cure? Send for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street. St.
Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.
Bites of poisonous Insects., that cause
the flesh to swell uj-rrfust be""treated
with a healing antiseptic that will
counteract the ypoison and heal the
wound. BALL-VRD'S SJOW LINIMENT
answers ever requijfemeTBt In such
cases. Price cz r.0a.rfd 1 per bot bottle.
tle. bottle. Sold by all3rQggIsts.

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ment Cement Brick. Plans and estimates furn furnished
ished furnished for all classes of concrete and ce cement
ment cement buildings. We handle the highest
grade of cement and build the best side sidewalks
walks sidewalks in the state.
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OCALA EVENING STAB. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1911.

ICALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

CANDIDATE FOR COMPTROLLER

from the telephone, bat now he has

hit on the plan of fining me two cents

for every charred pancake. Last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night when I asked for my pay

he said I owed the firm $7."

'I told my, wife I wa3 going to get

one of those injunctions," said a den

tist, "but she said if I did she would
come to work with me and pass the
day in my office. Many a time I've

had a tooth half out and had to leave
it hanging while I assured my wife
that I still loved her."

Mr. W. W. Stripling, the enterprls;
lng and popular traveling man, author authorizes
izes authorizes the Star to announce that he will
be a candidate for state comptroller in
the- primaries of next year.
Mr. Stripling is well known in Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, having in his vocation of com commercial
mercial commercial traveler visited nearly every
part of it. He has made good in his
calling, and that is an indication that
he is a good business man and has
made himself solid with the people.
"Strip," as he is called in Ocala, has
made his home in this city for a num number,
ber, number, of years. He was every man's
friend before he ever thought of run

ning for office, so it is not necessary

for him to change in manner when

canvassing for votes. He can be the

same "Strip" he always has been and

yet give every man the glad hand.

Mr. Stripling has received many
good wishes and promises of support
from his brethren of the road. They
are mighty good friends to have in
any cause, and with their support and

that of his other friends, Mr. Stripling

will probably cut considerable primary

Ice.

ANOTHER EXPOSITION

The centennial celebration of the
founding of Astoria, Oregon, by the
little band of Col. John Jacob Aster's

fur traders, virtually the opening of

American exploitation of the great

northwest, began today. The Astoria
centennial exposition -is welcoming the

advance guard of the hundreds of
thousands of visitors who will throng

Its streets before the closing day, Sep

tember 9th. No less than $200,000 has

been expended in iaaking the exposi

tion grounds a fairyland of riotous

color and wonderful architecture. Of

this amount the Astor family of New

York contributed $10,000. Judging
from thn thousands of visitors who are

swarming the city's street and crowd

ing the hotels, the interim between the
official address of welcome and the
closing day will be filled, with activity
that will favorably compare with any
exposition ever held on the Pacific

coast.

BRIGHT JACKSONVILLE BOY

While the Clyde liner Apache was

several miles out at sea Tuesday she
called for her docking orders from

Jacksonville, as usual. The local sta

tion of the. United Wireless Company

was not working, so the orders were

sent to" the 'incoming ship by George

W. Clark. Jt., son of G. W. Clark
Young Clark who is Just eighteen

sent the message over a private in

. strument built by himself. He has

been experimenting with wireless in

struments for the last three years and

has become an efficient operator. Last

winter he talked to Providence, R. I.

-a distance of 1000 miles.

TRAGEDY IN WEST TAMPA

William W. Bell. foreman of the

construction crew of the Peninsular
Telephone Company, was instantly

killed Wednesday on West Tampa, by

coming into contact with a live wire.

He was superintending some repair
work to the lines, when in some man

ner he touched a feed wire and death

was instantaneous.

PONDEROUS FOOLS OPPOSE PEACE

Arbitration Treaties May be Killed by
Make-Believe Statesmen la the
Senate
Washington, August 10. Friends of
the British and French arbitration
treaties in the Senate have reached one
conclusion which is that it will be nec necessary
essary necessary to amend the conventions in
order to get favorable action upon
them. This conclusion is the result of
the consideration of documents by the
Senate committee on foreign relations.
The causes are similar to those which
have killed other arbitration treaties
statesmen of small caliber finding triv trivial
ial trivial objections to them.

CONFEDERATE VETERANS MUST -ELECT
A NEW COMMANDER

PLEASANT PLACE TO

SPEND A

"Light Out" Have Sonaded for General
George W. Gordon
Memphis. Tenn., August 10. George
W. Gordon, soldier, lawyer and states statesman
man statesman is dead. Worry by an illness dat dating
ing dating from his last political campaign
when he was re-elected to the national
House of Representatives, the last
general of the Confederacy to serve in
that body, answered the summons to

join the invisible majority yesterday.

He was born in Giles county. Tenn.,

and was 75 years old.

His Successor
General C. Irvine Walker of Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, S. G, will command the veterans
until the next election.

VACATION

COURT HOUSE CAMPAIGN

IN DESOTO COUNTY

The board of commissioners of De-

Soto county have decided to call an
election for the removal of the court

house to Zolfo. The date for the elee elee-tion
tion elee-tion is November 14 next.

Spend your vacation on Smith Lake.

Have a good time cheap. Lots $25.

Fine bathing and good fishing. One
and a half miles from Candler depot,

three miles from Belleview. Lake

front 70x150 and three-room screened
cottage with stove, cots all ready for
camping, $275 cash. Write O. M. Gale,

i Belleview.

An officer of the law should be mod

erate and good tempered and not

handle a prisoner any more roughly
than he has to. A law-abiding man,

arrested by mistake, or tor some

breach of the law he is driven into,

will go quietly with an officer, and try

to obtain release by lawful means, In
which proceeding the officer, ninety-

nine times out of a hundred, will aid

him. But a man who resists' arrest.

with, weapons or without, seldom gets

any more than is a-coming to him if

AWFUL DEATH OF

AN AMERICAN ACTOR

London, August 10. Jameson Lee

Finney, the American actor, perished
last night in a fire which destroyed a
portion of the Carlton Hotel where he

was a guest. His death was the only

one resulting from the fire. The Carl

ton is one of London's most fashiona fashionable
ble fashionable resorts and many Americans are

among its guests.

NEXT MEETING OF

THE BOARD OF PARDONS

Tallahassee, August 10. The board
of pardons has decided to hold its next

meeting on the first Thursday in Oc

tober. There will be no meeting of
the board on the first Thursday in

September.

SOUTH LAKE WEIR

MANY A SUFFERING WOMaN

the policeman deputy or bailiff beats D nerself painfully tnrough ner
him Into submission. If officers of the I , ,

headache, nervousness, loss of appetl.e
and poor sleep, not knowing her ills
are due to kidney and bladder trou troubles.
bles. troubles. Foley Kidney Pills give quick
relief from pain and strength. No wo

man who so suffers can afford, to over overlook
look overlook Foley Kidney Pills. Sold by the

law are to handle lawlessness with kid

loves, peaceable citizens would very

soon have to arm themselves in self-

defense.

Mrs. S. M. Sparkman and daughters

Misses Ellie and Eugenia, and son, Nat.

have returned home from Washington, I Court Pharmacy.

D. G, where they spent several months

with Congressman S. M. Sparkman

Miss Eugenia attended school in Wash Washington
ington Washington last winter, and this is her first

visit home since last summer. Her
many friends will give her a cordial

welcome. Tampa Tribune.

Is

NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION

DR. H. W. COUNTS PHONES
Office, 427.
Residence, 340.
?
WEATHER FORECAST

Notice is hereby given that the firm

of Kramer & Christian, of Ocala, Fla.,
composed of H. A. Kramer and R. M.
Christian, is dissolved, R. M. Christian

retiring. H. A. Kramer will continue
the real estate business in his own

name, ah accounts due the nrm will

be paid to H. A. Kramer, who assumes

any hrm liabilities. H. A. Kramer,

August 8th, 1911.

Washington, August 10. Local rain

tonight or Friday, light to moderate

variable winds. v
.
KODAK DEVELOPING DONE

ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC

South Lake Weir, August 8. Miss
Myrtle Bishop returned home Friday

from Conyers, Ga., to visit her par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. L R. Bishop. Mrs.
Marston, Mr. Bishop's sister, accom

panied Miss Bishop home.
Mr. Frank Henderly and Mr. F.

Carey made a business trip to Ocala

Saturday, returning on the evening

train.

A number of friends of Mr. and Mrs.

C. S. Gates gathered at their home

Wednesday evening to call on Mrs

Gates ere her departure for the north

The evening was spent very pleasant

ly, music being enjoyed by all and

several recitations rendered. At

late hour the guests departed wishing
Mrs. Gates a pleasant trip and a safe

return.
Mrs. Chas. S. Gates left, Thursday

via the Seaboard for Rhode Island,
where she will visit relatives for the
next six weeks. Mr. Gates accom accompanied
panied accompanied her as far as Jacksonville, re returning
turning returning home Friday.
The heavy rain that fell here Fri Friday
day Friday hindered a great many of our cit

izens from attending the annual bar-

becue at Oxford.
Monday night a large number of
friends were invited to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Bishop as a surprise
on their daughter, Miss Myrtle. Games
were played, violin music furnished
by Messrs. H. H. and C. J. Rast. Dur During
ing During the evening delicious refreshments
were served by the hostess, and at a
late hour the guests left after spend spending
ing spending a most enjoyable evening.

I will do any kind of kodak develop

ing and printing. Rolls of any slae

developed for 10 cents each. Leave

work at Ocala News Co., Star office or

my residence. J. W. Sylvester.

APPRECIATES THE HONORS
SHOWN TO HIS ADMIRAL

President Taf t received a cablegram
from the Japanese emperor Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday thanking him, as representative
of the United States government, for
the cordial welcome which has been
given In this country to Admiral Togo.
Togo left Washington Wednesday for
Baltimore, continuing his tour through
the United States, which he will con conclude
clude conclude at Niagara Falls on August 20.
Through his naval aide, Lieutenant
Taniguchi, Admiral Togo expressed
his appreciation for the reception ac accorded
corded accorded him by Jhe United States gov government,
ernment, government, from President Taft down.

NOTICE

The firm of Galloway & Moulton by

mutual consent was dissolved on July
31st, 1911, F. A. Moulton retaining the

business of the firm at Ocala, Fla.
F. A. Moulton.
Ocala, Fla., August 7, 1911.

Having bought the J. L Leitner

store, I wish to announce to all that

I will open in the new place Thurs

day, August 10th, with a more com

plete stock than ever, and the public

is invited to call and see me, and I

assure you that your wants will be

taken care of in the best possible man

ner. Remember, l guarantee satisfac

tion. Ollie Mordis.

FALLS VICTIM TO THIEVES

S W. Bends of Coal City, Ala., has a
justifiable grievanceJTwo thieves stole
his health for 1-welve years. They
were a liver aira kidney trouble. Then

Dr. King's Met Life Pills throttled

hem. He's wfll now. Unrivaled for

constipation, nfraktria, headache, dys

pepsia. 25c. at Tydings & Co's.

RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE

Do not allow your kidney and blad

der trouble to develop beyond the

reach of medicine. Take Foley Kidney

Pills. They give quick results and
stop irregularities with surprising

promptness. Sold by Court Pharmacy.

Two choice residence lots In pretty
Palmetto Park addition to Ocala, next

to Dr. F. E. McClane's new residence.

Apply at 3 tar office.

OPEN FOR BUSINESS

STORE FOR RENT

Half of front store downstairs at the
Woodmar block, next to Theua-Zacaery

Furniture house, for rent. Apply to

Mr. Akin" or Mr. Bennett, with Oeala

Plumbing; A Electric Company.

MENACE TO NAVIGATION
WILL BE REMOVED

The Iver-Johnson Bicycles.

Tlie Ocala Bicycle Shop,
H. S. CHAMBERS, Proprietor.

Authority has been given by the war
department for the removal of the
wreck of the Dutch steamer Zeeburg.
which has lain on the extremity of the
south jetty at the entrance of the St.
Johns river since September, 1909. The
ship was driven on the rocks during a
severe West Indian hurricane, but no
lives were lost. The vessel will be
broken up with dynamite.

HAPPY
r

DECISION FOR HUSBANDS

The New York World says:

Married men who are unfortunate

enough to be within reach of a tele telephone
phone telephone in business hours sat up and
took some nourishment yesterday
, when they learned that a Chicago
judge had Issued an injunction re restraining
straining restraining the wife of a surgeon from
calling him to the telephone while he
is in his office.
Men who have not smiled since they

paid the parsons for taking away their

freedom laughed right out loud and

then hurried to the nearest lawyer to

find out what one of the new style In Injunctions
junctions Injunctions would cost.
It Is altogether likely that many

New York wives who have a penchant
for hurling all sorts of foolish tele

phone messages at their husbands In
the day soon will be deprived of their

most popular indoor sport. Encour-

aged by the success of the Chicago
man. the local sufferers will pay any

thing within reason to hang a silencer

upon their better halves. The man

who conceived the idea of enjoining
his wife from bothering him in bus!

ness hours complained that she had
. i i ...

ueeii in me nauic oi catling mm up at

the most awkward times. On one oc

casion when he was sewing up a man

she called him up and kept him there a

half hour telling him about the disap disappearance
pearance disappearance of their pet canary bird.

When he returned to the operating
table his patient had come out of the

ther and was protesting vigorously

because the surgeon had failed to re

move the needle and thread from his

chest.

"On another occasion." the complaint
read, "the plaintiff was abbreviating a
patient's tonsils. He had just chopped

off one tonsil when his wife called him

to tell him the water was leaking thru
from the apartment overhead. He tried

to excuse himself, but she wouldn't
have it. Finally he had to move the
patient near the telephone and while
he had the receiver in one hand he

pruned the patient's remaining tonsil

with the other."

"I'd rather have one of those in injunctions
junctions injunctions than three months vacation
with pay," said a pancake architect in
a quick lunchery near 34th street and

Broadway. "My wife has a mania for

telephoning me on the slightest prov

ocatlon. You know you can't leave an

edition of pancakes on the fire for
more than a minute without losing

them. It happens that she calls me
" Just as I have the griddle spread with
MkL When I get back all I find is

grease spots. First the boss threaten-
d to Are me If I didn't keep away

"THE WHEELS THAT WHEEL"

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.

WIFE GOT TIPTOP

"My wife wanted me

to the doctor to c

writes D. Frank

said'put Bucklen

She did so and

short time.." Qu

scalds, cuts, co

and swellings. Best pile cure on earth

Try It. Only 25c. at Tydings & Co's

ire an

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'if A rn Ua

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fit euned th

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ADVICE

e our boy

ugly boil,"

oud. Okla. "I

Salve on it.'

e boil in a

er of burns,

sprains

I am again open for business at my

store on Fort King avenue. The

building has been repaired, a new

stock received and we will be pleased

t otake your measure and make your

clothes. The latest designs in piece

goods to select your suit, trousers or
I coat from. Come In and make a selec

tion. Fit, price and quality guaranteed.

JERRY BURNETT
The Tailor,

OCALA, :: FLORIDA.

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 H. C. Sistrunk.
Tax Collector W. W. Clyatt.
Treasurer W. T. Gary.
Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
Marshal R. I Carter.
Fire Chief II. 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

;

THE "FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

is the soda fountain in our drug store.

All the youth of both sexes patronize It

but that does not keep the old folks

from enjoying it, too. Our soda Is pure

and refreshing, and flavored with all

the popular syrups, lou will find it ex

hilarating, satisrying, cooling. Try it

Aldermen First Ward L. J. Knight, once then you will recommend It your-

C. R. Tydings.

Aldermen Second Ward J. H. Tay

lor. R. R. Carroll.

Aldermen Third Ward E. T. Hel-

venston. H. A. Fausett.

Aldermen Fourth Ward H. C. Jones.

G. A. Carmichael.

Alderman-at-Large W. P. Edwards.

Committees of the Council

Market G. A. Carmichael, L. J.

Knight, R. R. Carroll.

Sanitary E. T. Helvenston, W. P.

Edwards, H. A. Fausett.

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

chael, J. IL Taylor.

Cemetery E. T. Helvenston, H. A. ;

Fausett, H. C. Jones.

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

G. A. Carmichael.

Fire H. A. Fausetf, C. R. Tydings, I

R. R. Carroll.

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

L. J. Knight.

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

E. T. Helvenston.

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

dings, W. P. Edwards.

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

Tydings, H. C. Jones.

self. Only Five Cents.

THE COURT PHARMACY
Phone 284

ORT KING CAMP NO. 14.
WOODMEN OP THE WORLD.

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At Pass-a-,Grille, Florida
On the Gulf of Mexico

Tie Idol Ifaalii Mmi

ATTRACTIONS

La Plaza fronts the Gulf and
the surf comes to the front steps.
It is as fine a beach as can be
found on either Gulf or Ocean,
safe for children. A bath house
of thirty rooms is free to guests.
Over 6,000 feet of veranda, with
hammocks and two screened porch
rooms afford breezy resting room
for all guests, and the wide halls,
spacious lobby, social hall, parlor

and dining room give comfort at
all times
Playgrounds for children
launch, croquet, bathing and wat water
er water polo for men and women.
T wo real chefs in the kitchen
good dining room service, clean
linen, bright silver and glass,
make the meals a real pleasure.
No false style, but only proper
people entertained.

Daily Boat Mrect Frai Tampa
Our own 100 passenger boat, the Juanita, leaves Seckinger dock,
foot of Whiting street, Tampa, every afternoon except Sunday, at 3:30,
returning before 9 o'clock each morning. Round trip $1.50. Special
week-end rate of $5 00 for boat trip and hotel accomodations from Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon to and including Monday breakfast. This week-end
has become extremely popular with Tampa people, particularly on the
occasions of the fortnightly dances which are given every second Mon Monday
day Monday evening. These arn for the guests and these who hold season so social
cial social courtesy cards. i

Day
Week

Rates, $2 and up
Rates, $12 and $15

For further information address
Gilbert D. Leach, Mgr. La Plaza Hotel, Pass-a-Gril!e, Fla.

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Next regular monthly meeting will

be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening.

August 11, 1911, in Yonge's Hall.

Visiting sovereigns always welcome.
W. F. Marlowe, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Conventions held every Monday eve

ning in Castle Hall over Peyser's store.

A cordial welcome to visiting knights.

J. G. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and S.

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.

J. C. Geiger, Noble Grand.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

OCALA AERIE NO. 1814. P. O. E.

Ocala Aerie No. 1814, Fraternal Or

der of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesday in the month, at 8:15
p. m.. in Castle Hall. Visiting broth-

ren are always welcome.

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

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

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings In

each month. Visiting brethren always

welcome. Edward Drake, E. R.
Louis F. Savarese, Sec'y.

OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter, No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth

Friday of every month at 8 p. m.
J. A,. Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

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.

FOR SALE House and Ave acres of

land at Anthony, Fla. Mrs. S. R. Har

well, 215 E. 7th street, Jacksonville,

Fla. 7-19-mw

Fuy it now. Now is tetime to buy
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol Cholera
era Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy. It is al

most certain to bq needed before the
summer is over. T-ks remedy has no

superior. For sale by all dealers.

A farmer has to bet only against
the weather; in every other business
its betting against fire, famine, plague,

robbery, panic and universal deviltry

Cuts and bruises juay be healed
. m -3

In

IT IS PAN SEASON
And we are not alluding to baseball
either. But those hot days make the
breeze dispensing electrical fans ne necessary
cessary necessary in every office, store, factory
and home. Our business is to install

these and take care of them as well as

. .k. t . 3 1 Vvvrl

aDoui one-imru p.e j furnishing all kinds of electrical sup-

me usual ireinieni y appi) m

It is an an

Chamberlain's ZJnimenJL

tiseptic and causes yluch injuries to

heal without matMTation. This lini

msnt aUfi t-plitrCf soreness .of the

muscles and rheumatic pains. For Corner South First Street and Osce-

saie bv all dealers. ola Avenue. .PHONE SOO

plies for every purpose. We are very
reasonable in charges and prompt in
our work.
H. W. TUCKER

Stepping on a rusty nail has been

the cause of many-leases of lockjaw

The nail was nor so much the fault as

neglect of thewound. If such wounds

were prompty clansed and BAL

LARD'S LINIMEXT applied there

there would b nolockjaw, as the anti

septic propertiesjbf the liniment would

counteract the poison and the wound

would heal quickly. Price 25c, 50c and

$1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.

You can tell a rich man by how all

those who aren't know he's not honest

The sunny side of life seems to have
about as many thunderstorms a3 the

shady side.

Foley Kidney Pills will check the

progress of your kidney and bladder
trouble and heal by removing the

cause. Try them. Court Pharmacy.

Men, our illustrated catalogue ex ex-Dlain.i
Dlain.i ex-Dlain.i how w? teach barber trade in

few weeks, free. Moler Barber College;

Atlanta.

Most people hunt for
salvation hunt for them.

fun and let

Amdl Hon ttflne Sake ofl nits (GoocDinHSSS

TRY

We had a car of Flour to come in ahead of time, and in order to reduce our stock, we are

making an exceptionally low price on
DOEAL &GD) a? GEO

WE GUARANTEE THIS FLOUR TO

Ideal, whole barrel, $5.60

Ideal, half barrel,

GIVE YOU ENTIRE SATISFACTION

Ideal, 96 pound sack,

Ideal, 24 pound sack,.

Ideal, 12 pound sack,

3.00'
2.80
.80
.45

Red Crosa, whole barrel,
Red Cross, half barrel,.
Red Crops, 48 pound sack,
Red Cross, 24 pound sack, .
Red Cross, 12 pound sack,...

-.1.45
.75
AO

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

2 PHONES, 16 AND 174

OCALA FLORIDA

OXFORD

Oxford, August 9. On account of
the rainy weather the annual barbecue
August 4th, that is held for the ben benefit
efit benefit of the cemetery, was almost a
failure as it began a steady hard rain
early in the morning and did not hold
up until about" noon. But in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon the crowd began to gather and
ail seemed to enjoy the afternoon.
The picnic committee, I. P. Rainey, J.
P. Driggers and S. L. Griggs, had
everything arranged to accommodate
the crowd, and we expected a larger
crowd than we had ever had before.
But the committee sold out without
any trouble all the barbecued meats
and served ice cream and cold drinks
all afternoon, and about cleared ex expenses.
penses. expenses. But after holding a meeting
decided to try it over again, Sept. Sth.
So come everybody and help us to try
to make a success next time, as we
hope the rainy season will be over by
then.
The Oxford and Wildwood band fur-

EDWARD DRAKE
CIVEL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
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

nished music for the afternoon whicn

was fine for so young a band; only

been playing about four weeks. The

band appreciated the new stand Duilt
for the occasion and the special inter interest
est interest TS. F. White took in their Interest
in pushing the work and completing
the same.
The Oxford High School opened
Monday with about 140 pupils in at attendance.
tendance. attendance. Prof. Giddens is principal,
Miss O. Gqjnn first asslstanat. Miss
Bennett second assistant and Mrs.
Reee primary department.
Mrs. B. F. Borden and children of
Ocala and visiting relatives and
friends here thi3 week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Booth and child children
ren children of Clearwater are visiting Mrs.
Booth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reece.
Mrs. Dwight Crom of Plant City is also
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Reece.
Mrs. J. T. LaVeigne, formerly of Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, butnow residing at Meredith,
returnedorrfe' after a short visit to
relatives, and friends here.
The Sunset Lumber & Crate Mills
are being repaired and will be ready
to start up with a full crew in a few
days.
Our two prominent merchants, O. L.
Bogue and W. R. Warnock. returned
from Baltimore Wednesday after pur purchasing
chasing purchasing their fall stock.
Mrs. C. B. Perry has moved to Levon
to take charge of the hotel there. We
regret to give up so good a family
from our community.
Rev. Blocker .filled his regular ap appointment
pointment appointment at the Methodist church
Sunday. His sermons as usual were
enjoyed by a large attendance. We
wish that every one in this commun community
ity community might have heard his good prac practical
tical practical sermon Sunday morning.
The Oxford and Ocala Juniors cross

ed, bats on the baseball diamond anl -although
the game was very one sided.

the score Deing 13 to v n ravor or ui-

ford, it was interesting. -The Ocala.'
boys played well.
Mr. O. L. Stewman, our popular liv liveryman,
eryman, liveryman, will move into the house va vacated
cated vacated by Mrs. Perry. y
We are glad to say our community
is free of fever at last, and our able
Dr. Wood 13 at last able to get a lit little
tle little ret.

An ordinary case of diarrhoea can,
as a rule, be Mffedpy a single dose of
Chamberlain chile. Cholera and Di Diarrhoea
arrhoea Diarrhoea RenW Sold by all dealers.

JUST RECEIVED

Ship-sect I Cfillfccia
Frcits

Apricots .
Keloey Pla

Blae Pliu
Red PIbbbs.

Callforala Peseta ....... ....'SSe.

Georgia Peaefceo ......
All KJada of Freak

PHONE 209
S. A. MOSES 6 OIK).

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1011.

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dered rendered by the Metropolitan Band from
the band stand in the court house
square Friday evening If the weather
will permit. If it is damp and dis disagreeable
agreeable disagreeable the concert will be postponed
Sueeulrnt Fen it for tbe Country People
In Tbl.t City In September

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Fraternal Union meets tonight.
Mr. Ed Carmichael is getting up
money for a big barbecue to be held
OU are reminded that the Commercial
Bank is a state institute n and under
the direct supervision of the banking
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening
in Ocala early
next month for the I for one week.
country people. The affair will be the
largest and most elaborate ever" held
here, and the subscriptions to the fund
are vefy generous.
March, "Gentry's Triumphal" F.
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If you want a
Merry Widow, see
i Jewell.
Hamp Chambers.
Schottische, "Four Little Blackber-
department of the State of Florida
That its capital and surplus is $75000,00 and
that we are growing but can still take care of more
business.
j ries" L. B. Connor.
W. M. MeLeod of Live Oak was
the Montezuma yesterday.
at
"Genee" Waltzes M. Levi.
Overture. "King Rose" G. D. Bard-
II ALL GAME POSTPONED
! ard.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at
Postofflce Drugstore.
the
The game between the Ocala and
Gainesville Elks has been postponed
one week. Its just as well, as nothing
less acquatic than water polo could
have been played today.
March. "Right Swing" G. B. McFalL
Medley, "Echoes from the Opera"
i Mack ie-Beyer.
G. C. Edwards of Citra was a guest
of the Montezuma yesterday.
Serenade, "Schubert's" Arranged by
I Tracey.
Selection. "King Dodo" W. H.
Fresh limes for limeade at the foun fountain
tain fountain of the Court Pharmacy.
Mackie. A. E. Gerig, Director.
AIR DOME EVER ALERT

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Motion Pictures and Music
EVERY EVENING AT
The Temple Theater
Matinee every Wednesday and Saturday
Comfortable Seats and Electric Fans
Change of Program Every Night
PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
A CHILD OF THE RANCHO STARLIGHT THE SQUAW
FOQLSHEAD HAS LOST A NEEDLE A MARRIAGE ADVERTISEMENT

Prices Ten and Five Cents

THIS SEAL STANDS FOR
quality, and is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on hand a full
Jine of Huskies, Carriages, Wagons,
Automobiles, Harness and Leather
floods and all kinds of up-to-date
I'arming Machinery. Everything that
wears wheels, made of leather or goes
t.i make farming a pleasure. Call on
u.s when in need we will eliminate
vour troubles.
KNIGHT & 1 ANG,
OCA LA FLORIDA

Frank T. Graham of the Tampa Tri Tribune
bune Tribune was at the Montezuma last night.

Buttermilk, fresh everyday at
Postofflce Drugstore.

the

T. E. Williams of Moultrie, Ga.. was
at the Ocala House yesterday.

Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It is healthful and invigorating.

A. T. Bethune of Dunnellon was at
the Ocala House yesterday.
If you are looking for something up-to-date
in frames, call at Mills' studio.

C. W. Gray of Pensacola was at the
Ocala House last night.

Buttermilk, fresh every day at
Postofflce Drugstore.

the

R. A. Rosco of DeLand
Ocala House last night.

was at the

You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company.

C. J. Rogero and wife of Palatka
were at the Ocala House last night.

5 or 6 doses "66fP will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.

C. A. Hester of Evinston was at the
Ocala House last night.

Buttermilk, fresh every day at
Postofflce Drugstore.

the

. Mrs. Flora Johnson Nissrod
Lake is at the Ocala House.

of Bay

5 or 8 doses "6fttF will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.

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$400 Upright Piano Will be Given Away
on November 16. by the Following Well
; .Known Firms,

MARION GROCERY CO., Fancy and Staple Groceries.
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUG-STORE, Ice Cream and Soda Water.
W. S. C. YOXGE, Plumbing.
H A YCR FT & DeCAMP, MILLINERY.
HAYES & GUYNN, Dry Goods,Notions and Gents' Furnishings.
THE DAILY AND WEEKLY STAR,
Votes Issued on Subscriptions, Advertising and Job Work

Yon May Secure Piano Ballots From the Above Firms. You
May Vote Them for Your Sell or lor Any
Other Candidate

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Toph and children
are home from their visit to the coast.

We have the best line or nalr brush brushes,
es, brushes, combs and other toilet articles in
the city. The Court Pharmacy.

Mr. and Mrs.
view were at
day.

W. H. Millsom of Belle Belle-the
the Belle-the Montezuma yester-

To Seen re Fine Subject to Pleaae Its
Patron
The people appreciated the Air Dome
to the limit of its capacity last night.
The new supply house is certainly
sending the best subjects to be found.
The program tonight will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: "Mrs. Davy Jones, or His Wife's
Husband." An extra funny comic.

"The Lieutenant's Wild Ride." One

of the most thrilling pictures ever run

here.

"Tho the Seas Divide." A beautiful

story.

MITT AXD JEFF

MADE MICH MERRIMEXT

DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES

The largest number of people that

has as yet visited the Temple were
out last night to see Mutt and Jeff.
The pictures were all that one could
expect. The Mutt and Jeff pictures are
a decided novelty and caught the
crowd from the first. Next Wednesday

another Mutt and Jeff subject will be
shown.

Tonight three full reels of very fine

subjects will compose the program,
and now that the Temple has proven
to be the most comfortable and coolest

place in town, no doubt a big crowd
will be there.

Office, 203.
Residence, 295
Miss Marguerite Porter accompanied
Dr. E. Van Hood home from Seabreeze,
but Mrs. Hood remained at the beach,
where the doctor and Miss Marguerite
will rejoin her Saturday. Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite expects to leave on the 17th
for a visit to New York.

WOODS DOES GOOD

WORK FOR THE

WOODMEX

Mr. J. E. Woods of Live Oak was in

town today on his way to Reddlck.

where he will organize a camp of 29
members, W. O. W. He has just or

ganized a strong camp at Stanton with

42 members from Stanton, Eastlake

and the country between, and another

I camp at Lady Lake with 22 members.

If he does as well in a race for state

Mr. Jno. T. Lewis, state inspector of superintendent as he does in organiz-

convict camps, was in town today. Mr.

Lewis had quite a painful accident to
his left hand July 31, while alighting

from a train and has ever since been

at his home at Oklawaha, having the
injured member treated. Mr. Lewis is
preparing to put up a substantial two-

story building at Oklawaha, the upper

story of which will be used for a lodge

room by the Masons of the neighbor

hood, also by the Woodmen, who will
soon organize a camp there. There
are fifteen master Masons at or near
Oklawaha, and they intend forming a

lodge in the near future.

Ing Woodmen camps, he will make
mighty lively for his competitors.

it

VALUABLE CITY" PROPERTY

FOR SALE ON GOOD TERMS

Two good leaders: Peroxide Cream
and Beck's Cold Cream at the Court
Pharmacy.

Mr. Ed. Dreyfous returned Monday

from his visit to Jacksonville. While
at Jacksonville he visited Pablo, and
there saw Stuckey, the young giant

from Marion county, who is training

for a pugilist. Mr. Dreyfous says he

was looking well and getting in fine
shape. It seems that the bunch into

whose hands Stuckey put himself

when he first left Oca'ia tried to ex

ploit him, and the young Hercules

promptly quit them. He is now in the

care of a genuine trainer, and will

probably be heard from in the prize

ring at no distant date.

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-

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.

GUATAS FOR SALE

If you want some fine guavas at

lowest prices, phone to the Star office,
and your order will receive prompt at

tention.

"THE. WHEELS THAT WHEEL"

C. H.
Tampa
terday.

Witt and B.
were at the

L. Johnson of
Montezuma yes-

You can get anything from a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'
studio.

H. C. Denmark and G. W. Roberson
of Hawthorne were at the Montezuma
yesterday.

You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
now.

W. II. Massey the Orange Springs
merchant, and Mrs. Massey were
guests of the Ocala House yesterday.

MISS MYRTLE BI.AI.OCK
MISS ESTHER LEY
MISS FREYERMUTH
MISS FANNIE COOK

MISS ANNIE BENTON FULLER

SlISS DOVIE GATES
MISS MATTIE MOORE
MISS IIELLE HODGE
MISS CEVIE ROBERTS

MRS. HARRY COLE
MRS. A. M. RICHIE
MISS RUBY KMGH1
MISS MARY GATES

We understand there are several other candidates, and
would like to have them come in and give their
t names to Hayes & Guynn.

Your kodak work can be finished In
two to three days If you leave it at
Mills' studio.

C. A. Pound, J. A. Wilson, Oscar Med Med-lin
lin Med-lin and C. W. Hill of Gainesville were
at the Ocala House yesterday.

If you smoke you will oe Interested
In the best line of cigars in the city
at the Court Pharmacy.

J. F. Mead and E. F. Bedell of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville were at the Ocala House last
night.

Five or six doses "fMta" will cure
any case of chills and fever. Price, 25
cents

J. W. AKIN
Phone 235

DAVID S. WOODROW

E. C. BENNETT
Phone 283

Ocala IPfloirmlbiinio k
Electric Commpaiiy

PLUMBING AND TINNING
ELECTRIC WORK IN ALL BRANCHES
Pumps. Gas Engines, Steam Heating, Irrigating Plants, Rubberoid
Roofing, Fire Extinguishers, Kewanee Water Plants, Acetylene Gas
Plants. Lamps, Motors, Generators. Fans, Batteries, Electric Fixtures.
Heating Appliances. Everything Electric Electric. Electric Installations.

WOOD MAR BLOCK

P. O. BOX 49

PHONE 2S0

ALL WORK GUARANTEED

QCALA,

FLORIDA

D. H. Pettys and S. P. Bush of Mc

intosh were at the Ocala House last
night.

When you have anything to frame

take it to the Ocala News Co.; all kinds

of mouldings.

Mr. Harry Peter and family came up
from Dunnellon today in their auto

mobile.

When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs

E. L. Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11

East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c.

room in the city.

U lAJ

Mr. John Mathews of Candler was in
the city yesterday. John has been
busy with his crops and this Is his first
visit to Ocala in months.

The Iver-Johnon Bicycles.

The Ocala lllcycle Shop,
H. S. CHAMBERS, Proprietor.

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Knight will leave

next W ednesday for New York City,

Washington, Baltimore and

places. They will go up the Hudson

river from New York and will also

visit Niagara Falls. This will be the

first vacation Mr. Knight has had

since coming to Ocala. :

ttROOCH PIN LOST
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Lost, on the streets Mondav. a erold

other I brooch formed by a knot of gold, part

of the strands plain and part engraved.
Finder please return to Star office.

Mr. J. D. Jiixson or Micanopy, ac

companied by his daughter, Miss Alice,

spent last night in town, returning

home today. Mr. MIxson is a prosper

ous truckgrower and reports great
success with this season's crops. He

Is now shipping beans and will soon

begin preparing gsound for his fall

crops.

L. II. VAN ENGELKEN, M. I.
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old Postofflce Building, Room 4.

Mr. P. H. Nugent of Candler was in

town today. He says the sale of per

sonal effects of the McKInney estate,

which took place on the 8th and 9th,

has been continued to the 17th. The
goods are going at, about one-third

value and some five or six hundred dol

lars have been realized so far.

Mr. E. M. Brooks of New York City,

13 in the city for a week or ten days.

a guest of the Ocala House. Mr

Brooks is one of the executors of the

estate of the late Dr. S

Stanton, and is here settling up some

business affairs connected with the

same.

Mr. R. O. Dennard will leave tonight

for Parkton, N. C, where he will meet

his fiance, Miss Meeks Ausley, and they

H. Spooner of I will be married next Tuesday at the

home of Miss Ausley s sister, Mrs. J.

R. Montgomery.

Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Munroe left today
for Blue Ridge Springs, Va., where
they will spend a month. They will

stop with Mr. Phil F. Brown, who was

a resident of this city for some time
some years ago, when he managed the

Ocala House.

WANTED Contractor with two or

three mule or ox teams to haul pine

timber; good contract to right party.

Address Sumner Lumber Company,

Zuber, Fla.

Mr. E. T. Helvenston left today for

Daytona Beach, to visit his wife and
son until Sunday.

Wilbur Cleveland, day clerk at the
Ocala House, left yesterday for his

vacation and Mr. Goodwin has taken

his place. A clever young man named
Hitchings from New York is at the
desk at night until Mr. Cleveland re

turns.

About seventy-five Ocala people

went on the Seaboard excursion to

Fernandina.

The picture sale at the Ocala News
Co's. store store yesterday was some somewhat
what somewhat dampened by the weather, but

quite a number of pictures were sold.

all the same. Mr. Martin, In considera

tion of the weather, will continue the

sale for a few days.

The county commissioners finished

their work at noon today and ad

journed.

Mr. George Rentz will leave Tuesday

for Baltimore on a business trip.

its sssfefe

Saving moiiey is tho test of reliability, and good
common sense. Be wise today. Start with that sum
you have in rour pocket.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Dank

BE

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CLARENCE CAMP. VlT Pre.
STOKES, Cashier.

We keep the Leading Makes of Harvesting

Machinery. If you buy from us- we will Give
you a square deal.

Don't put off buying your Machinery, fc?

when your crops ripen they won't wait for yea.

JMaurfioim Mairtil'waiiis Cd.

OCALA, FLORIDA.

Frank Harris, Jr., is out again after

several days of sickness.

Dr. H. C. Dozler has moved hi office
to the eeond floor of the Lanier Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson building, oppoiilte Melver and

MaeKay. Phone: Of flee, 41; Residence,

OH.

CoL J. H. Livingston returned today

! from a two weks trip to Georgia.

Messrs. C. E. Conner, Alfred Beck,

B. F. Condon, Barney Spencer and

Clifford Ayer and Miss Rebecca Smith

went down to the lake this afternoon

FOR SALE A well drilling ma machine
chine machine in good condition; 3 h-p engine;
all tools necessary. Address Arthur
Gallipeau, Martel, Fla.

R. A. Linzey. W. F. Malcolm and L.
C. Menteith and wife of Fitchburg,
Mass., were at the Montezuma last
night.

FOR SALE One new 180-egg Bud Bud-ley
ley Bud-ley incubator for sale cheap for cash.
Has been used once. P. O. Box 537,
Ocala.

George A. Sawyer of Cincinnati. C.
E. Langford of New York and Craig
Phillips of Tampa are at the Ocala
House.

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JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST and FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST YEAR ROUNDgDOTEL

Rates Reasonable

THOMAS M. WILSON.

American Plan

Proprietor.

BLEYSIflDNEYPMIS fOlEY'S OMOLAXA'IM

FOR Stomach Trouble. fcnd Constipation

FOR RENT Orange grove on Lake

Weir one mile from Eastlake, on the

A. C. L. Railroad. Address Mrs. H. G.

Spooner, 1811 K street N. W.t Wash

ington, D. C.

Mr. E. E. Converse will leave in a

few days for the New England states,

where he will spend the remainder of

the summer among old home scenes.

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.

-Mr. ana Mrs. x.. c unamonss re

turned yesterday afternoon from their

short vacation spent at their former

home in Georgia. Mr. Chambliss ran
up to Kentucky for a day or two at

the big horse show and fair.

J. C. Tarvin, T. G. Hutchinson, A. S.

Hoagland, R. B. Smith and H. Gill

made up the large delegation from

Jacksonville at the Montezuma yes

terday.

Kenneth Campbell left today

visit to Eustis and Mount Dora.

for a

and

R. L Keith of Atlanta, C. A. Bar-

nett of Juliette, V. W. Robbins of

North Loup, Neb., and A. T. Gunter of

Mcintosh were registered at the Mon Montezuma
tezuma Montezuma last nierht.

Our line of cutlery, scissors

CA. A LkVAWO A, M A VI V U. A V VMKA TV AAA

appeal to you.

Pharmacy.

Miss Meta Wicker of Montezuma,

Ga., and Miss Cornelia Wicker of
Coleman, arrived today to pay a visit

to their aunt. Mrs J. A. Walters.

When you are happy drink PLEZOL.
When you are dry drink PLEZOL
When you look for prosperity drink

PLEZOL.

R. F. McCook and C. R. Thrash of

Gainesville were early morning ar arrivals
rivals arrivals at the Ocala House.

Mrs. L Griggs came up from Oxford

yesterday to spend a few days with

her sister, Mrs. B. F. Borden.

Mrs. W. L. Speer and Mrs. L S. Ville Ville-neuse
neuse Ville-neuse of Orlando are at the Ocala
House.

A. A. Waterman's seir-nillng, relia

Die, non-leaking fountain pens: all
sizes and several different prices, at

the Court Pharmacy.

Mrs. James Carrington of Kendrlek

was at the Montezuma today.

W. P. Gaillard of Tampa was at the

Montezuma this morning.

Dr. J. G. Baskin and J. F. Cocowitch

of Dunnellon are at the Montezuma.

See them at the Covt

lniARVgSTIllNIt3
FROM TflEBiSlBT 1

If. S. GALLOWAY

F. A. M0ULT09

GALLOWAY & U0ULTC3

CONTRACTORS

&

BUILDERS

PLAXS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED
P. O. BOX 273 OCALA, FLA.

EXCURSION' FROM ORLANDO

The Seaboard brought in an excur

sion today from Orlando. There wrere
sixteen coaches pretty well filled with

passengers. Most of the excursionists
were colored, though there were ample
accommodations for the white passeng

ers who came. The excursionists

strolled about the streets ill afternoon.
The stores were mostly closed for the

half holiday and the rain kept the vis

itors cool and moist.

CONCOKD1A LODGE F. U. OF A

There are Two Kinds of Chill Tonlt

PLAXK'S AXD OTHERS

THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED

TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO
CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS

AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IP IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST.

GOIX'S SPRINGS PICNIC

In a few days the annual picnic and
barbecue will be held at Goin's Springs
south of Ocala several miles. The
neighbors for miles around will gather
there and at least 1000 people will be
in attendance. The barbecued meat
will be something especially nice on
this occasion.

REST AND HEALTH
TO MOTHER AND CHILD

You Can Get

1 Caa of Sunbeam Jam 25e

I Bottle of Soabeam GraaJnlee. . .25
I Bottle Suabeam Staffed Ollvea...l0e
I Package Sunbeam Black Pepper. lOe
1 Package Sanbeam Taploea lOe
see
For 65c.

AT CAM'S STORE

Mrs. WIXSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP

has been used for over SIXTT TEARS
by MILLION'S of MOTHERS for their

CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING, with

PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the
CHILD, SOFTENS THE GUMS. AL ALLAYS
LAYS ALLAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC,

and is the best remedy for DIAR DIARRHOEA.
RHOEA. DIARRHOEA. It Is absolutely harmless. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's

Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Serve PLEZOL to your family.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
' When you are down town drink

PLEZOL.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets In Tonge's Hall on tho
second Thursday evening: of Uk
month. W. T. Gary. F. U.

Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.

MARION-DUNN LODGE

NO. 19, F.AltL

Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. It meeU la
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month.
Visiting brethren cordially larltad.
W. T. Mcllwalne, W. U.
G. W. Martin, Secretary.

MOUTEZUMA BARBER SCG?
W. F. BLESCH, Proprietor.
Business Men's Favorite Place Reop Reopened
ened Reopened by a Veteran.
CALX. AND SEE HIM

C. J. PHILLIPS

Contractor and

Plans ana specifications FnmJabed
Upon Request.
129 South Third Street
OCALA FLORIDA

Ex-Senator D. H. Raker of Orange
Home was in town today.

Any one desiring lightwood or light light-wood
wood light-wood posts can write me and I will
fill your orders for posts of any length
or size desired. J. W. Williams, Bur Bur-bank.
bank. Bur-bank. Fla. 7-28-4tw

Mr. Bat Lanier
town today.

of Tavares was in

Mrs. Cochran of Clearwater
the -Montezuma yesterday.

was at

Foloy Clidnoy HGo
TON 10 IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHB
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLB,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of t2
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of fee

BLADDER and all annoying URUiARt
IRREGULARITIES. A poaithra boon SS

PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
MAVK HIQHEST RECOMMENDATION
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1 III OF

Drier comparison ol miles wltn mln-

iii warn

BY FRANCES L.YNDE

Copyright 1910 by Charles Hcribner's

OCALA, FLORIDA.

CHAPTER III.
A LITTLE BROTHER OF THE COWS.

Jl S a parting kindness to Lldger-
wood Ford had transferred
j A one of the cooks from his own
private car to Lidgerwood's

service, and the little man, Tadasu

Matsuwari by name and a subject of

the mikado by race and birth, came to

the car door to call his new employer
to the breakfast table as the service
car approached Cross water Gap.

It was an attractive table, well ap

pointed and well served, but Lidger Lidger-wood,
wood, Lidger-wood, temperamentally single eyed in

all things, was diverted from his reor reorganization
ganization reorganization problem for the moment
only Since early dawn he had been up

and out on the observation platform,
noting, this time with the eye of mas mastership,
tership, mastership, the physical condition of the

road.

To a disheartening extent the Red

Butte demoralization had involved the
permanent way. Originally a good
track, the roadbed and equipment had
been allowed to fall into disrepair un under
der under Indifferent supervision and the
short handing of the section gangs.

Lidgerwood had een how the baHast
had been suffered to sink at the rail

joints, and he had read the record of
careless supervision at each fresh
swing of the train, since It is the sec section
tion section foreman's weakness to spoil the
geometrical curve by working it back.

little by little. Into the adjoining tangent

Reflecting upon these things, Lidger-

wood's comment fell Into speech oyer

his cup of coffee and crisp breakfast

bacon.

"About the first man we need is an

engineer who won't be too exalted to
get down and squint curves with the

section bosses," he mused, and from

that on he was searching patiently

through the memory card index for
the right man.
At the summit station, where the
line leaves the Pannikin basin to
plunge into the western desert, there
was a delay. Bradford, the conductor,
black shirted and looking in his slouch
hat and riding leggings more like a
horse wrangler than a captain of rail railroad
road railroad trains, lounged In to explain that

there was a hot box under 2068

tender. Bradford was not of any fac faction
tion faction of discontent, but the spirit of
morose insubordination, born of the
late change in management, was in the
air, and he spoke gruffly.
"Were the boxes properly overhauled
before you left Oopah?" demanded the
new boss.
Bradford did not know, and the
manner of his answer implied that he
did not care. And for good measure
he threw in an intimation that round roundhouse
house roundhouse dope kettles were not in his
line.
Lidgerwood passed over the large
Impudence and held to the matter in
hand.
"How much time have we on 2017'
he asked, train 201 being the west westbound
bound westbound passenger overtaken and left
behind In the small hours of the morn morning
ing morning by the lighter and faster special.
"Thirty minutes here," growled the
little brother of the cows, after which
he took himself off as if he considered
the incident sufficiently closed.
Fifteen minutes later Lidgerwood
finished his breakfast and went back
to his camp chair on the observation
platform of the service car. A glance
over the side rail showed him his
train crew still working on the heated
axle bearing. Another to the rear
picked up the passenger train storm storming
ing storming around the climbing curves of the
eastern approach to the summit There
was a small problem Impending for
the division dispatcher at Angels, and

the new superintendent held aloof to
see how it would be handled.
It was handled rather indifferently.
The passenger train was pulling in
over the summit switches when Brad Bradford,
ford, Bradford, sauntering into the telegraph of office
fice office as if haste were the last thing in
the world to be considered, asked for
his clearance card, got It and gave
Williams the signal to go.
Lidgerwood got up and went into
Ibe car to consult the time table hang hanging
ing hanging in the office compartment. Train
201 had no dead time at Crosswater;
hence if the ten minute Interval be between
tween between trains of the same class mov moving
ing moving In the same direction was to be
preserved the passenger would have
to be held.
The assumption that the passenger
train would be held aroused all the
railroad martinet's fury In the new
superintendent In Lidgerwood's cal calendar
endar calendar time killing on regular trains
stood next to an infringement of the
rales providing for the safety of life
and property. Ills hand was on the
signal cord when, chancing to look
back, he saw that the passenger train
had made only the momentary time
card stop at the summit station and
was coming on.
This turned the high crime Into a
mere breach of discipline, common

enough wen on well managed rail railroads
roads railroads when the lending train can be
trusted to increase tiio distance inter interval.
val. interval. But again the martinet in Lid Lidgerwood
gerwood Lidgerwood protested. It vrus his theory
that rules were made to be observed,
and his experience had proved that
little infractions paved the way for
great ones. In the present instance,
however, it was too late to interfere,
so he drew a chair out in line with one
of the rear observation windows and
sat down to mark the event
Pitching over the hilltop summit
within a minute of each other the two
trains raced down the first few curv curving
ing curving inclines almost as one. Mile after
mile was covered, and still the perilous
situation remained unchanged. Lid Lidgerwood
gerwood Lidgerwood began to grow uneasy. Oa
the straight line stretches the follow following
ing following train appeared to be rushing on onward
ward onward to an inevitable rear end col collision
lision collision with the one car special, and
where the track swerved to right or
left around the hills the pursuing
smoke trail rose above the Intervening
hill shoulders near and threatening.
Lidgerwood left his chair and went
ajrain to consult the time table. A

jutes explained the effect without ex ex-I
I ex-I cosing the cause. Train 201s sched-

I ule from the summit station to the

desert level was very fast, and Wil

liams, nursing his hot box, either

d not or would not increase his

! lend.

Williams and Bradford might be de deli!
li! deli! erately trying the nerve of the new
boss' The t -resumption did not hrod

j fear: it bred wrath, hot and vindic vindic-I
I vindic-I tlve Two sharp tus at the signal
jr-ord 1 Tuh! Bradford from the en-
J T!ri(
I To you cnll thl3 railroading?"

l.f.lrwooti raspea. pointing backward
to the irun:K-e. "Don't you know that
wo nre oa 2Uls time?
Bradford scowled in surly antago antagonism.
nism. antagonism. "That hlamod hot box" he began,
hut L?lTrwvd cut him off short
"Th- hrit box has nothing to do with
rho You are not hired to take
changes or to hold out regular trains.
(Jo forward and tell your engineer to
spHd up and get out of the way."
"I got my clearance at the summit
and I nt dii'tohIn trains on this
Jerkwater railroad.' observed the con conductor
ductor conductor coolly. Then he added, with

a shade less of the belligerent dis

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That bousin under the tender is about

ready to blaze up and set the woods
afire again right now.

Once more Lidgerwood turned to the

time card. It was twenty miles far farther
ther farther along to the next telegraph sta

tion, and he heaped op wrath against
the day of wrath In store for a dis dispatcher
patcher dispatcher who. would recklessly turn
two trains loose and out of his reach

under such critical conditions for thir

ty haaardous mountain miles.

Bradford, looking on sullenly, mis

took the new boss frown for more to

follow, with himself for the target.

and was moving away. Lidgerwood
pointed to a chair with a curt "Sit

down!" and the conductor obeyed reluctantly.

"You say you have your clearance

card and that you are not dispatching

trams, he went on evenly, "but nei neither
ther neither fact relieves you of your respon responsibility.
sibility. responsibility. It was your duty to make
sore that the dispatcher fully under understood
stood understood the situation at Crosswater and
to refuse to pull out ahead of the pas passenger
senger passenger without something more defi

nite than a formal permit Weren't
you taught that? Where did you learn
to run trains?

It was an opening for hard words.

but the conductor let it pass. Some

thing in the steady businesslike tone

or in the shrewdly appraisive eyes

turned Bradford the potential mutineer

into Bradford the possible partisan.

"I reckon we are needing a roundup

over here on this jerkwater mighty

bad, Mr. Lidgerwood, he said, half

humorously. "But, Lord love you.

that's the old 210 chasm us with the

passenger, and she can't catch Bat

Williams and the '60 In a month o

Sundays if we didn't have that dog dog-goned
goned dog-goned spavined leg under the tender.

She sure couldn't
Lidgerwood smiled In spite of his an annoyance.
noyance. annoyance. "But It Isn't railroading, he
Insisted, meeting his first pupil half halfway
way halfway and as man to man. "Ton might
do this thing ninety-nine times'
The sentence was never finished.
The special, lagging a little now In def deference
erence deference to the smoking hot box, was
rounding one of the long hill curves
to the left Suddenly the air brakes
ground sharply upon the wheels, shrill
whistlings from the 266 sounded the
stop signal, and past the end of the
lowing service car a trackman ram
frantically up the line toward the fol following
lowing following passenger, yelling and swing swinging
ing swinging his striped coat like a madman.
Lidgerwood caught a fleeting glimpse
of a section gang's green "slow flag
lying toppled over between the rail
100 feet to the rear. He called to
Bradford to jump and then ran for forward
ward forward to drag the Japanese cook out of
his srallev.
(Continued Tomorrow)

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